University of Colorado - Coloradan Yearbook (Boulder, CO)

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Q A A , X i hw, Q 3 ,wa , wf'wfYW'92f Fm ,J k A.:..: 'M' 5 5' 1 wi , , ff A - LA 11' 'Sk 'f K'L,,3f gm -f ,, W, W. g. wi A 5551.-vsitgip 1 X an , - W wffw mu V, Qfgwli AQ" A mi .W M, N, f- .J xx ,U R. Q Q-,A I fiifff' ' 29 l' , - , Occasionally the dreamers are doers. P-e"1-W ii' .51-' 1 V ni w l if 5? WI V J h I ,- , V' ,f5,,:,., . W it ' -...l-., "-' tl , . Untamed impressions of life, formulated in the mind of an artist, are harnessed by discipline. A blank canvas, lifeless statue, and tuneless instrument become impressions of man's dreams. rv'- '-qs kl- A 4 AQ' -3 an 'E ' " ,, H- Aff' ,M-fl' 3-4 1- WU .Wi Lg v 1 w v i ii --,-,-'-'-"'i1,l ev 'ggi QQ' , .. fv,,f If-. E' , ,ef 3,5 , -,Wh h 1 xt f' ppftvps, V u-' .,. R ik, Q I ,U,vF!l', '4',, , 4 Qidqff 'ifis - ' A iw 1 . -1 ,,,8-'3'.' X ' 4' 11 f - . - , f 4 U . , J. t"V+LM ' . 1 'J' . " 'P Y . .V .1 ' . , F. ',dQ3f' L t'i6J'11"5'Y"11' U 'fi 1' 1-,-"f""'f3 :'1??Vf'. . fii'-K ' AW' ak,,g.2g. 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For the past two years she has been a standout as a pompon girl, and her refreshing enthusiasm has stirred many a home rooter. At CU on a Shoe-Smith scholarship, Ter- ry is also a member of Angel's Flight and an International Fair worker. Her goal to become a physical therapist at the CU medical center in Denver is reflected in her courses - kinesiology and physiology of muscular activities. Humility, Terry believes, is one of the greatest attributes an individual can pos- sess, and she feels she has learned some of this at CU - a place she defines as people, intellectual awakening, friends, and most important, home. Wa Wffara X I Perceptive, intelligent, quickfwitted, and responsible best describe Mary Mother- shed, the pride of Shreveport, Louisiana. With four years of conquered challenges behind her, Mary will graduate this year in sociology. Her sociology major has been of great value in her Work as freshman camp counselor and resident advisor. In addition to Mary's serious activities, she was also kept busy in her roles as home- coming queen and best dressed coed. Mary has maintained a high grade aver- age which she hopes will enable her to enter the field of public relations after graduation. Both her present courses and activities and her future plans reflect Mary's goal - to use her talents to help others. coloredan queen attendants 77' f 'T ' i , - a Q-6,55-'fgaagw' , me s ' e i ' ff ' 4 xx Xl .iff ' 1 X xy' v f il Nw.4':1 g .' A - Q . ga .g , ax F ' ' aft 'xl 4 e As, " ' 'S V1 r K- x vfvb .fi 9' 1' - ,v- WA' Q ivy, K-I' .x I if .tr f ., if mx.- UP 19" A ' ' I K x s Qjfjb 1 wx . t -rw rf 1. ., 'QW-d is in .i,gli,S,A "'-4' -:Env -lf: .Aix st! 'hx 5 All-uh 1- +4 4541 vffsiqpn-efefrfww-an r,,,., , ,K , , K, -',, ,!,',.,, L4 ,x ia., - M, L- fi 4 Q l' ,n ., , - ' .,., cv var. V . , X ,-2, , ." f . . ' , - ...... my ,' . v . .i .4 . . . . . - v 1 ' 'H . Q A ' .- Q 1 fatal! . 1 - . U- - - I...-1 - , Ip. 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As an example, Marsha mentions the Althen-Goldwater incident two years ago. But political science is only one of Marsha's many interests. She enjoys serv- ing on the junior class council, Water ski- ing, working on the AWS Revue, and group singing. A history major, she hopes to teach that course in high school. Marsha feels that communication is the backbone of all human endeavor, and emphasizes its influence in controlling public opinion. Regarding the current civil rights issue, Marsha says, "People don't take the trouble to understand it. They base their reactions on emotion in- stead of on rational thought." WM From Borger, Texas comes Diane Take- well, one of the most highly respected, in- trospective, responsible, and wellfliked persons known to her contemporaries. She is a lovely young lady with an uncanny adeptness for numbers: a summertime banker, a wintertime assistant treasurer for the Kappa Kappa Gamma's. Diane's interests are quite varied, how- ever. She is majoring in English literature and teaches adult swimming classes in her spare time. Diane hopes to teach English at the college level, after a trip to Europe and a few years in graduate school. Her charm and graciousness will certainly guarantee her success in any field of endeavor. hornecorwaing queen A football game and a Shakespeare Festival play sold Jeannie on CU three years ago. Now a junior, she sees other things as well: challenge, inspiration, and a sense of pride in her accomplishments. For the past two years she has been a mainstay in NSO work and is a member of Hesperia and Ar1gel's Flight. ln spite of her immediate desire to travel as an air line stewardess, Jean- nie hopes her major in Latin Ameri- can Studies will eventually enable her to work with the underprivileged tribes in South America. She is quick to point out that her hopes to some- day do social work in South America are founded on idealism more than on practicality, but, she says, "Ideal- ism is great. You lose your desire to help man when you get out in the world. You must hold on to your original hopes and sentiments and not be swayed by the pessimism around you." MEM QW Giga QM WW WMS EM homecoming queen attendants freshman queen Cheryl Norris, the 1963 Freshman Queen, has proven herself as gay and lovely as the songs she sings. A major in the School of Music, Cheryl has assumed the position of song leader of her dorm wing. In addition, she is honored in being one of the few freshmen chosen to sing in the Modern Choir. Although Cheryl calls Elmwood, Illinois, her home, she has traveled extensively in the United States and Canada. Someday she hopes to revisit these places as a performer in musical comedy shows. QW KW V wwf BM Gaim freennwan queen attendants miss like . 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Wm! 560 M Qfgfm T7 F military ball queen Personable, cheerful Barbi Garnett reigned supreme this spring as queen of the Military Ball. Blessed with a Warm personality and a funfloving nature, she Wins friends easily Wherever she goes. A transfer from Duke University, Barbi feels that there is not such a Wide aca- demic gap between CU and Duke as many people think. She is a member of Pi Beta Phi and junior class council. An avid water and snow skier, Barbi hopes to teach history in high school after graduation and a year of traveling in Europe. are 5 M QMQEMM 5 , I-, , arm, 1 1 u 1-.,, ' dw 97227 MW Wm I I I IESEI I 12. r 1 E UH 22 L 5.5, ' T" - Wi 1, ,jg L? wi: f w ,www F' . 1 7 .gc X ,rx . ,mil : . . A i F ,gi 5 military, ball queen atte ndants I I L8 ', a i , if w I :R A EFX' .J bi W . itil. :N 5 l. 'je J ,np 'A . ',' af f4,,gaM 14 " Hs! 2 , 'ff' . - -- 'f. , W .fy ' ' 1 'N ' I 4' .1 K l ' H pg x Q . 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Presently enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, Wayne hopes soon "A to transfer to business school. He isa Phi Delta Theta V, and a member of the hearing board at Nichols Hall. VJ' l - ,"'f4 2 r' . '- N' t 'NET' -E :wr ' 5' ' rggxxiffxvd. X: Rx 'xi A Vx P 'rifx 'Q"i, JXP-. . 'Q-xgf - '-1 x '-Q.-X . r , J - "vu '17, ' X EK. s gs, cl ,Cl rrn 'P-I7l"l, 4 an ' 5 wifi?-f,:'Ys Y. X-we he 'P ,Ir-.J"h-' P'-Q QT if' ,Ei u X kk., U. Q X fl, 'N rw., - hw- l ne: 1 xW -. MM WMM Lovely Priscilla Howard, a native of Golden, Colorado, was chosen Dorm Queen this year, At CU on a Ioint Honor scholarship, Priscilla has a wide variety of in- terests as is reflected in her activities: Silver and Gold, Delta Gamma, and Buff Ski Club. Priscilla is an educa- tion major and hopes some day to teach at the high school level. ' sv-. X i -K . i., 5, 7'v L . 1 tx , L 1 , ,'. ,yi .ax f. - i ,, . . . fag., '2T.L, B.: .3 if , T-NS .ri J-1'-qixbxhi . ' 'Trl' ach year a select few of the University's students are singled out for the award of Pacesetter. Eighteen seniors and four juniors were selected this year by a committee of faculty, administrators, and the 1963 Paceseffefs' fo otp ri nts left Pacesetters are selected on the basis of quality-quality in academic areas, ing leadership, in character, and in service to theUniversity of Colorado. fer lesser With the award of Pacesetter comes the additional distincf tion of membership in "Who's Who Among Students in FT1 en American Universities and Colleges." The ten women and twelve men described on the following pages personify the attributes of a Pacesetter and have thus been chosen to to ICJVV receive this honor. . I , , IJ. V lv. :. 4. .1 5 eff :H+ -QN. J, -.arf -. YJ -...,-:,. . ...,, V fl r '4R'i 7 1 . 1, . 9 W 'Aura sri ' "' ' -as -- . f, :art ..-uf . H5 -jd ' ff. : f ,' A 1- 2 PACESETTER SELECTION COMMITTEE - First Row: Carlton Stoiber, Christie Kirkpatrick Roberta Cooper, Rich Light. Second Row: Dr. John Carnes, Dr. Walter Weir, Mr. Paul Kopecky Tom Casten. 1 Q J l U ll' I F , U LU Following a precedent set two years ago, an outstand- ing foreign student has been selected as a Pacesetter. Justin Zulu, a graduate student from Northern Rho- desia, was an influential voice in ASUC Senate dur- ing his term as Foreign Student Senator. He holds the presidency of the Rocky Mountain African Stu- dent Association and has appeared several times on television to discuss contemporary Africa. A coun- selor for Freshman Camp for two years, Justine has been in charge of the Campus Friend Organization and also held a position in the Cosmo Club Cabinet. His 3.7 grade average in economics and his sincere interest in his country and ours merit his selection as a Pacesetter. BOB E GLE As president of his fraternity, Bob Engle was recf ognized as the most valuable member of Phi Sigma Delta in the nation. Under his talented leadership, the CU chapter of Phi Sig was named the most: outstanding chapter by the national fraternity. member of the judiciary Council and treasurer o IFC, Bob is a senior economics major with a 3.7 cumulative average. On campus, Bob has served as: a Freshman Camp Counselor and as ASUC Comf missioner of Alumni Affairs. Sabres, Heart and Dagger, Phi Ep Phi, and Hammers are a few of the honoraries to which he has belonged. Bob's untiringl efforts on behalf of his fraternity and of his Univerf sity have earned him Pacesetter recognition. MARGIE MAXS Margie Maxson, a senior in international affairs with a 3.0 average, has put her leadership abilities to good use as president of Kappa Kappa Gamma. A mem- ber. of Pi Sigma Alpha, she has also been tapped for Hesperia and Mortar Board. Margie served as an AWS Senator and as the chairman of the Spectrum Lecture Series on campus. Elected president of Spur her freshman year, Margie attended the Spur National Convention in 1963 and, because of her interest and ability, Was selected as a national officer for a two year period. A Joint-Honor scholar, she has been a fine ambassador for CU in her visita- tions to Spur chapters in the area. B RRY .IOH l Barry Johnson, a philosophy major from Loveland, has been a great asset to the student community this year as the ASUC Program Commissioner. All UMC student activities have been under his direction. The special concerts on campus are a visible product of his efforts. As a leader in his fraternity, Pi Kappa Alpha, Barry has served as vice-president and secretary. Barry attends CU on a Boettcher Scholarship and has maintained a 3.0 average during his four years. gsm we ,,,,,-al? L .lflll ll A person vital to the efficient functioning of ASUC this year is student body Vice-President Neal Johnson. A Pi Kap with an earnest devotion to his University, Neal has directed ASUC Senate with a firm hand and a spirit of reform. His exper- ience withC U student government dates from his freshman year and includes a term as junior class president and as chairman of the Senate Rules Committee. A member of Pi Sigma Alpha, Neal has a 3.0 average in the field of political science. PULUK GERH BDT Polly Gerhardt has skillfully combined sports, academics, and extrafcurricular activities during her four years at CU. A champion golfer and fencer from Des Moines, she has brought her sportsmanship into various fields of endeavor. Active in sorority life as vice-president of Pan- hellenie and as a member of Chi Omega, she par- ticipated also in Mortar Board, Phi Sigma, and Sigma Epsilon Sigma. She is an honor student with a 3.67 grade average in zoology. As AWS president, Polly has dared to be different, and under her direction, AWS concepts are being ref evaluated. G RY HHJAA N A Boettcher Scholar from Gunnison, Colorado, Gary Hillman has displayed qualities both of a worker and of a leader. With a creditable 3.65 cumulative average in pre-med, Gary has shown his excellence as a scholar. His fraternity, Acacia, has found in him the loyalty and enthusiasm appreci- ated in any organization and has elected him as president for his senior year. Gary also acts as presi- dent of Alpha Epsilon Delta, the pre-med honorary. For two years, he Was in the symphonic band and men's marching band as outlets for his musical talents. Through his character, personality, and academic achievements, Gary has earned the title of Pacesetter. JUDY HEERE Responsible and dependable Judy Heeren has been an invaluable member of her sorority, Alpha Gam- ma Delta. A true leader, she has charged her house with enthusiasm both as pledge trainer and as pres- ident. Iudy began to Work extensively with the YWCA her freshman year and has held a position in the Y- Cabinet for two years. A participant in student government, she has acted as secretary for the Special Events Commission and for Religion in Life Week and as Senate Clerk for ASUC. From Geneseo, Illinois, Iudy is an elementary education major whose fine character and concern forothers will make her an excellent teacher. CAROLI E POI T Senior Caroline Points is a hard worker with high goals. A research assistant and an undergraduate instructor in the Biol- ogy Department, Caroline has maintained a 3.63 average in her education - biology major. A member of Kappa Delta Pi and Phi Sigma honoraries, she was presented the Freshman Biology award and the Women's Chemistry Cup as a sophomore. Caroline has devoted her time as a Fresh- man Carnp Counselor and an ASUC Election Commissioner and claims mem- bership in Mortar Board, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Spurs, and Alpha Delta Pi. FRED KINNER A senior with a 3.96 average in history, Fred Skinner is the President of Honors Union Council and a member of the Stu- dent Academic Advisory Committee. As a junior, Fred was selected as the recipient of the coveted President's Award. His wide range of interests is demonstrated by his work as Associate Editor of the Colo- rado Daily, his membership in Sumalia and Heart and Dagger, and his valuable contributions as a Freshman Camp Coun- selor and Director. ln the fall, Fred was tapped for Phi Beta Kappa. -fr Nancy Hadady is the creative -vicefpresident and scholarship N hairman of Chi Omega. orking her way through school with scholarships and H art-time jobs, Nancy was ecognized as the Outstanding Pledge of 1963 and was apped for Pi Sigma Alpha and Mortar Board her junior ear. She devoted three years to the Christian Science rganization as clerk and reader. Nancy, an internaf ional affairs major with a 3.2 average, was elected presif ent of the Experiment in International Living on cam- pus and also helped initiate the People-to-People program. ml? Tim Brinkley, a junior with a 3.7 grade average, is an exceptional student and a participant in the 3-Year Master's Degree Program. His positions on campus have included a seat on the Religious Programming Board and the Commissionership of Merchant Rela- tions. Tim's ability to stimulate thought was particularly useful in his job as Freshman Camp Counselor and later as a Freshman Camp Director. Tim also has had a dy- namic effect on campus as the Associate Editor of the Colorado Daily and Editor of the "Cvadfly." il' '1- .ll 110 5 L1 aw ii r ,r 'x ..---X J EN: . fi A A C ROL JO I CHE TER A determined and cheerful junior from Honolulu, Carol Io Winchester has main- tained an excellent balance between her stu- dent and her campus life. A Delta Gamma, she has held positions as president of her dorm wing, as chairman of ASUC Commis- sioners,and as a member of the University Student Disciplinary Committee. She is cur- rently the secretary of the ASUC Commis- sioners and an enthusiastic member of Hes- peria. With scholarship aid and part time work, Carol is financing the greater part of her college education. Evidence of her schol- astic achievements are her 3.41 grade aver- age and her membership in Kappa Delta Pi. DA ARM TRO G Dan Armstrong, a Boettcher Scholar from Greeley, is a senior with a 3.74 cumulative grade average. With a double major in in- ternational affairs and Russian, he was se- lected in 1963 as a participant in an inten- sive summer Russian program in Finland and the USSR. Dan has contributed to the University through his service organization, Alpha Phi Cmega, and this year holds the presidency of that group. Dan's member- ship in the United Christian Fellowship typ- ifies his interest in working and serving with others. JEA DEXHE1 ER An electrical engineer with imagination and initiative, Jean Dexheimer was a charter member of the first student chapter of SIAM CSociety for Industrial and Applied Mathj. Jean has been a leader and a positive force as president of the Society of Women Engi- neers, as the vice-president of AES, and as the commander of Castle Belles. For two years the secretary of Sigma Tau, she has also served as historian of Mortar Board and as the editor of "Feedback," the electri- cal engineers' newsletter. Iean's loyalty to her ideals and principles sets a guideline for all who know her to follow. ROSS FR KER lRoss Fraker is an unusually well-rounded individual with talents including athletics as well as academics. A senior in the College of Engineering, he has an impressive 3.59 Everage in applied mathematics. Holding of- ces in APhiO, SIAM, Sigma Tau, and AES, Ross has been an active and popular member of the CU community. A Joint- onor scholar and Business Manager of the olorado Engineer, Ross has also been a Jarsity wrestler for four years. He is a scholar-athlete who has set high standards n both fields. ter in her junior year, - v Selected as a Paceset- E F R Q Frank Tucker, a Rifle, Ellen Fairweather has Colorado history major, does much to earned this honor A enhance the image through her work in 1 V 1 1 l and prestige of CU the dorm system and V J 1 through his contact in Spur. A sophomore advisor in Farrand Hall, Ellen was dorm Wing president and secretary of President's Round Table her freshman year. Iunior advisor to Spurs, she served as chairman of the successful Spur Regional Convention held at CU in the fall. A Willing Worker with an inquiring mind, Ellen has been selected for membership in such honoraries as Sigma Epsilon Sigma and Hesperia, and carries a 3.79 average. . with groups and in- dividuals throughout the state. As a member of the Governoris Committee on Higher Education, he has spoken to various organizations about research and educational opportunities at the University of Colorado. Frank's work as ASUC Commissioner of Health and Welfare is characterized by an ability to handle assigned duties with originality and to cope with unexpected situations successfully. Alf though many of Frank's activities are not directly connected with the campus, his actions have always been in the interests of CU. deserving of the Pace- setter award is senior Judy Richter. For two R1 summers, this person- J A Boettcher Scholar able Boulderite has done research at the University's Science Lodge and will publish a research paper shortly. Judy led her sorority, Al- pha Omicron Pi, to a first in grades on campus as scholarship chairman and never hesitated to help pledges or actives scholastically. With a 3.49 av- erage in chemistry, she is a member of Iota Sigma Pi, the Arts and Sciences Dean's Committee, Hesperia, and Mortar Board. Judy has demon- strated her insight and perception in the newly created position of ASUC Commissioner of Pub- lic Relations, and her concern for the University has gained her widespread respect. Paul Wiberg has L made a definite im- pact upon University life in the three years he has been here. As a freshman, he was general chairman of Fine Arts Week and as a sophomore, Paul was presented the Presiclent's Award for his extra- ordinary scholarship. Paul, an active member of the Honors Union Council, was a student orien- tation panelist during the summer of 1963 and held the position of ASUC Academic Affairs Commissioner this fall. A junior with a 3.67 cumulative grade average, Paul has served and represented CU well. 459 mechanical engineer from Gates Mill, Ohio, has been of great value to the student govern- ment at CU. Chair- D man of the Special Events Committee of Program Council his sopho- more year, he was selected the UMC Chairman as a junior. A respected member of Acacia fraternity, Bill was elected president of that organizatiorrwhile still a junior. He participated regularly in the School of Engineering's Superior Student Program and maintained an overall 3.35. Bill numbers among his honoraries Sabres, Heart and Dagger, Tau Beta Pi, and Sigma Tau. An outstanding member of the University community, Bill deserves Pacesetter recognition. Bill Lindberg, a senior B I L L The chairmanship of C T f AWS Central Hear- C H LN ing Board was handled P in an efficient and just manner this year ' W by senior Christy O K E Cpdyke. Christy, a C joint-Honor scholar with a 3.3 average, has dis played her interest in the University in many ways. As a student orientation panel member and an ex- ceptional NSO Commissioner, she has set a fine ex- ample for incoming students. A marketing major, Christy was tapped for Beta Sigma and elected secretary of CUAMA her junior year. A versatile individual, she has participated as a lead actress in several campus productions as well as in Mortar Board and Angel's Flight. Christy has been a great asset and a source of strength to her sorority Delta Gamma. .-,. 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Despite occasional plagues of pro- crastination, and the commotion emitting from the Daily office down the hall, the finished product was finally sent to press. lt is the culmi- nation of the talents and hard work of many students, most of them un- paid and unheralded, but through their efforts a year is recorded. CO I O ra Ci E1 ri : the year 'N'-N ,19- . -gb' Chief Photographer Peter Hartley Editor-in-Chief jim Nance -Aer-S -.W pn--n rv ., 971111111 'I -l l l lilfl QQ i on -il' I llllln' ' sal 000006 ' Elissa I l.l.l. First Row: Jim Nance, editor-in-chief, Anne Sloggett, assistant copy editor, Judy Works, copy editor, Helen Ruth Fogel, assistant layout editor, Gid Meeker, assistant layout editor, Francie Green, secretary, Cindy McCormick, photo coordinator, Diane MacCornack, royalty editor, Sara Nance, Greek editor, Judy Werschkul, assistant administration editor, Lois Moll, administration editor, Jeanne DeGraf, assistant ad' rninistration, Penny Coleman, assistant residence editor, Gail Spaller, index editor, Karen Hinn, University life, jim Pulver, sports editor, Marg McGuire, publications editor. Second Row: Craig Penfold, manag- ing editor, Chris Barr, assistant business manager, julie Vadala, business manager, Ann Thurman, senior editor, Judy Brown, residence editor, Steve Crocker, royalty editor. they laughed book together .ug f, -"ttf-.ll 'iwseiiffs L 1. 'J Af 1 Y Copy Editor Judy Works Layout Editor Joan Crosbie Craig Penfold, Managing Editor Martha Ward Greek Editor , Y- Steve Crocker Royalty Editor staff tries Judy Brown, Residence Editor Anne Sloggett, Assistant Copy Editor Marge McGuire, Publications Editor 'Wana' 0 if N 'ffsd-+4' -p-1 t l L ""':"" Q 5 -'rr WMM' 'I-qw" 2473 1. uh ? 'T MacCornack jim Pulver, Sports Editor Ann Thurman, Senior Editor Royalty Editor to present a year gone by Chris Hull, Organizations Editor Sara Nance, Greek Editor I 'Mi ' Z i ts! 1:55, ..-..-.!f,--- K Y,., .L I Q, , ?. ' , , ., , . Q L A A f' I I ci I Julie Vadala Business Manager n l COLORADAN SALES STAFF - First Row: Nan Deal, Lynn Hoff- man, Tom Putnam, Lois Edson, I Dorrie Grow. Second Row: Linda Blake, Terri Tabor, Sally Srahlhurh, Lynn Davis, Ed Palmer. Third Row: Pat Plaga, ,ludy Maas, Stevie Ste- phens, Andy Malott, Nancy Schmidt, Ruth Hoffman. X V F 1 ' H Y , . , 51.1. LEW- , 1 2- f ff 1- vigigjy -N 5 39 Chris Barr Assistant Business Manager i' fl fvills- ff ri W Francie Green Secretary Cindy McCormick Photo Coordinator coloradan sales staff 3 J.. ., N -- I Don Cofmann, Managing Editor surnrner daily sees administration change li ' -.', - lvifflfg I. ff-1 s . , i .juiggt n V il-P' 5 ' . si 1 . .- ,, . ,-,.4d 'A Bob Nelson, Editor-in-Chief The Newton Era ends, the Smiley Era bef gins, and CU receives 51320 million. Yes, the Summer Daily kept some 7,500 summer school students informed on the day to day activities at the University of Colorado. Edited by Bob Nelson, the Daily seemed to make it to the stands despite the beautiful Colorado sunshine, and it was as eagerly and dubiously digested as its big brother, the Colorado Daily. Don Cofmann, managing editor, helped the Daily to become the sum- mer voice of all CU activities, except per- haps the many Woodsies and picnics which took place in the nearby mountains. 121 l 3 ,4- auf' daily The Colorado Daily, subsidized student newspaper at the University, is an independent newspaper that can publish nearly anything and usually does. The five-time a week tabloid attempts to cover "that which is of interest to the University community," and as a result winds up with such diverse features as an in- terview with Tempest Storm, an expose of a bookie ring operating in the UMC, and a bevy of biting editorials on Whatever happens to irritate the staff--which includes almost everything. The Daily spent the better part of the first semester cru- sading for reform of regulations on University coeds, and while the paper succeeded in making a lot of noise, people who remembered the paper's fight with Senator Barry Goldwater a year earlier were impressed by the relative quiet. The Daily confined most of its comment in the political realm to crusading for the University budgetf but its occasional forays into the national political arena still aroused, errr . . . interest. As of press time, Pauli Danish and Bill Long were still editor and managing editor. 'I- 4 'IYLLL At by :- fir Z' A 5 i 5' Copy Editor Tom Shantz and News Edi- tor John Dorschner produce a comedy of errors. u ncler watchful eye of board of pubs Waco Johnson, Sports Editor Donna Jansen, Copy Eclzror John Evans Day Copy Eclztor 124 W - . gf.: ' v -. 'i :lf-. . . Y iv 5 21' : E- i l 11' A 5 3 gigs fiiiif. . ,gfr,.,ai': " ' P1194 5' 5. 'Iris It iff: Q Vi! Q -f ii li I ' .a . , ,174 '1 5,5-1 fig :qv ., -A I.. -1 4 ii ' Q-iff r 'ii i. V. "fc-J 5' 1: ' i4r1"QQ5i'f-F' ' -A5 fwiiygv. wifi? . ii?'f'3"'i77S3f ' if 'fii " Li- 3 ' ' X- i ' 1' 3' gl j .1-31' 'Sew ' 23516 iii ' i - P , - Wm! "' if I 'L U- V r in "5 . f 1?4' .Q K, 1 -13 .4 Q 'ff' U' ' ' J. I - A , .3 v -,t " . '- 4' I i' , .V . .2 1-. 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Awards were given to all students whose works were chosen for publication with a special award for the feature story, poem, and photography. Under the editorship of Jeffrey Davis, some four hundred copies of Penny Poetry were distributed throughout the campus for the paltry sum of two cents per issue. This year a poetry contest was conducted to increase the volume of material, and the winners were given records of their choice. Give Shakespeare the record of his choice. k 9. -,, -4:24-"' " ' .,-4 --nf ' - " , -P f - - V .- 9 -'-f.: 1' , - . 41 k , . . , . fl , . X , '. 3 'xh ix., .AN5',.'X1t3 an '.x's N, s 'xx 'xi V lb- " 1, 'N-A.." 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' I , , x , '-', " ' FI .J ' ,-cg' , I , II Q51 ,ti W Ii -I v f -., -. .pr . I f A I -V ' me , - . .4 -ill " -' I1 Il. :. A ,II lf NW:-" ' ' 'L' 54- .AY Vg -I v I, , I gf - - new A , Tier v. f - I'-'luv 'F Q. .1v,u"""'a i fa I Q ' ' , , ,L .. L u . ,., 1 . 1 f .4 ,, ,W I, ,, N YYNMA, I -- - Y f- - .. 'IL from the desk of governor john love "It is my pleasure to bring greetings to and wish well thosu of you who are in one stage or another of your forma education at Colorado's great University. In my opinior you are privileged to be a part of the University and ma always look with pride on your association. just as you association does not stop with graduation, so also doe: the process of learning continue after the granting of a degree. You have a Wonderful start - use it Well for mankind." ' John A. Love board of regents Httel"I"l pt to C Yeate The Board of Regents spends many tireless hours without pay in an effort to formulate policy at the University of Colorado. Not only does the Board have complete govern- ing power over the Boulder campus, but it also is kept busy controlling and directing the activities at the Colorado General Hospital, Colorado Psychopathic Hospital, and the CU Medical and Nursing Schools. Presided over by President Joseph Smiley, the six-member board is composed of elected representatives from through' out Colorado who serve six year terms. The Board of Ref gents presently includes: Dr. Dale Atkins, Denverg Richard Bernick, Denverg Charles Bromley, Denverg Elwood Brooks, Denverg Philip Danielson, Boulderg and Albert Smith, Julesburg. The Board worked closely with President Smiley this year in an attempt to fight possible tax cuts at the University. With the funds which were provided, the Regents conf tinued with their growth programs in order to accomodate an anticipated enrollment of 20,000 students by 1970. future harvard of the west wx ii iw ay, ' g , M M N ,3 E D nielson, President Left to Right: Charles Bromley, Richard Bernick, Philip a joseph Smiley, Elwood Brooks, Albert Smith, Dr. Dale Atkins. f' Psa it in at 1 -4-,wi . '-HN? M, i ILC fi fig 1 bn min ,'f7!i' . ni V' J- 1 W it V, ,A .wr A - l-lv ' , W 1 , A 4 . N. . . .V , 1. -. -- .4 at -A v,,- N .5 J ,Aw -,, -M .,,,,..4-r.a..i.frM4mk4 Y ,ll Q X, AA - - we-L- .nf f, ,IL ,A MS , M ..,' ' 'A 1 .4 . A - .V K 'if-S . - ..4, ., . - ' ' 'mfr f gfff r 4- -,J , -' - 1 - 5,0 1 N. vw.-1 ,'.'.-il .Lb . I ...xi V-4' 1,-7,-rj U: -, jr., W, " ' A . ,' . -' ""11','Jf.vx"1'L'k - J: ...-M , ' " 5 '14 4, -'X 4- ,V by 4. ,, ---.5 I I 413 N--J.. varjrn. . ,NW -L " 1 " " '1 " ' "' " fi V- Q, 4" ji .3 . T' Wgyff-'frf-iw.:-,si L 1 - ' - .. . f- J, i, ,i - '- Nw-5 ' - ' -1' :J -f f.. , h , - x .f-. 9 w . , A A A A L , , - . ,,f,I., ' -' ' ' .ig v H 'WL r - , ' ' ' ' ' 4. ii.-. . . . ' 11' " fn -Ig.---V Qi. 5,--,,1,,.. r , - ' - Y.. 'P'-0 - 1...,., , - 'A . gg , A - ,,- A -. A L '.' -' 'g ,-A-1.3. B L' - . I ' """' ' , -f'feS32Em.. :A 4. ,A ,, A ' " - ' A in ' 'P' A r ' ' 1 A , I l . I 4 V 4 Y 1 xl , L f3,,,:H'lzg:-A W4 Y ' - -I-N-.Y -tl: J,-4 A D A H. 101:92 .it N-+-r.f.i...,: , '- -- - ' -- . ,.. ,r -ia r- ing. - AQ- a.. -.a , . ' -AJ -1-iw , -4-f - Y . ,. , v , .A .4 ,M-,,,.,,,,., AP, f. J, B l..j-In rg , A Y , ou, I 1 H 4 -a "1-5' 'L "v::f'g1. "' A " '4-t - -4- f-"- - 1.,,-r - -- new look, "Simply and fundamentally, the Uni versity is devoted to the life ofth- mind, to the adventure of learning' to the excitement and challenge o discovery." These words were spoker by President Ioseph Smiley shortl after his arrival at CU. The forme president of Texas University as sumed his present position on july 1 and since that time has made himsel an integral part of the CU campus Although President Smiley has avoid ed being involved in controversia affairs and has remained nonparti san, he has spoken out firmly on thu role of a University, and more spe cifically, the goals of the University of Colorado. Originally attracted to CU becaus of its potential, President Smiley ha stated that he feels the school is mov ing forward. Although CU's goal are still far in the distance, the dyna mism of our new president seems t bring them more into focus. president joseph smiley new president new Ideas -'GI' r V. I . 'la wr- -Jfff IY.j.",-,-jf gl v " ff 1, H K 'S fl E, il Li ---e 1 I Z X11 One of the numerous additions to the staff of the University of Colorado is Glenn E. Barnett, vice president in charge of student affairs. Barnett has expressed a desire to work more closely with the students, and as a new man in a newly created job, there is a great possibility that this goal will be reached. He and President Smiley are of one mind on this subject, believing that "this institution is here to help the students grow. This is our role." Eugene Wilson, assistant to the president, is a veritable jack-offall-trades. In his present position he supervises the Directors of Admissions, Extension School, University Bud- get, Libraries, Museum, and administrative departments. Vice President Wilson works efliciently and effectively be- hind the scenes, supporting the goals of the University by promoting an intellectual atmosphere. He seems to have an active concern in all phases of University life. A ev . S 1 l J dean of rnen Over half of the student population at the University of Colorado is un- er the purview of Dean of Men, ames D. Paisley. Paisley previously served as assistant dean and was apf pointed to his new position this fall oy Vice President Barnett. This year the Dean and his assistants dope to take a more active part in -student affairs by sponsoring student roups and counseling more indivi- ual male students. n addition to these activities, the ean's oflice is responsible for fra- ernities, all student housing, loans, nd disciplinary measures. Hopeful- y, this last area of responsibility will decrease in significance as the Uni- Jersity, under a new president and Jice president, strives with its stu- dents toward maturity. Bill Reed, Dean Paisley, George Rhodes. fs., gg f iviefvg --5 ,51 , i -ff' 11. -as T Q--a 'Y " ' 4' ' K 5 ...i::t:.f!.-.:-M E1 V 551' 'L -Q' f5wzi.1C4??':i?5 A P' ffl-we if Q!-f5?'2 .:?emL3'1f.i. ' fp ' F ,-,i,gp3r5,l . gy - . 'zggg-1,,-' g, , t - - ga ..... :f '-If gtggrf,-.vflri-:a ..: jg J ' X' i fi, 'lik i if it 4339153 -'I 'I . ' l it ,5g-,,1PaA.-Qe6s:"z'-i- . it . a x A LW' " XFN Exe' 2 5 fr ' '22, ga 3' W 'if Q: gi.. ,V , .1 1 .1 w ' ,N l , . T.-A-g , E , c 3 Ty . 4. gc.: 41 4 . f -,QF I i ug ws. James D. Paisley dean of wornen Girls are made out of sugar and spice and everything nice - in addition, they have minds. The Dean of Women's oflice, under the direction of Dean Pauline Parrish, is concerned with aiding the development of these minds and producing intelligent and mature Women who are capable of meeting the challenges of the modern world. The Dean's office is involved with problems ranging from student loans to apartments for senior girls. These problems may not seem great, but their solution supports and furthers the University's purpose of prof moting intellectual growth, The Dean's office forms the bridge between the administration and the students, arather precarious position which is handled with dexterity by Dean Parrish and her assist- ants. Wanda Collins, Dean Parrish, Leona Munson, Martha Campbell As UMC Director, Jim Quigley assumes the responsibility for student activities, the all- school calendar, and the services and facil- ities of the UMC. He has been a leading figure in the UMC expansion program, a project which has caused many a slip twixt the Chemistry building and the Indian Grill. '?-vQ .xxx M I 1 N-Q . .35-. -3 ,Il-1? , " T-TL' administrative services A universal diet of TV dinners and metrecal would greatly lessen the problems of David Moore, direc- tor of food services. Through his office, all depart- ments of the University are supplied with food services whenever necessary. All large University dinners and banquets are arranged under the care- ful supervision of a highly competent and efficient staff. The excitement in being accepted at CU, the ten- sion in receiving a transcript, and the headaches of registering are all the result of work done in the Office of Admissions and Records, headed by David Muirhead. Macky 121 houses these men behind the scenes who are ultimately responsible for the important records of all CU students. sz' l1l In the Office of Public Information, Scott Tyler administers the News Service, Photo- graphic Service, and the Publications Service. Through these ofiices, information about the University of Colorado is disseminated in an effort to further public relations. 2-3 , ,. l 5 .. 5. .iq Through the University Placement Bureau, Helen Carpenter helps hundreds of students' find permanent employment in the fields of their choice, Even sixth year seniors and students with major codes of 199 - undef cided - are not impossible prospects for the University Placement Bureau. 140 f Theodore Volsky of the Department of Counseling and Testing serves the students in all areas of guid- ance. He helps students with anything from solving personal problems to deciding their majors. More students should take advantage of this service for it is one of the few times they may take a test with- out being graded. Many University students would not be in school today if it were not for Ronald Brown, head of the Financial Aid Department. The aid is in the form of scholarships, loans, and part-time employment. To many students Brown is known affectionately as moneybags. ' . 1 .. ,, v L f - ,, .f f Q!-' . A ' . l "aw ' T . e ascii- if Y"",L"-2-ls:-ik:-"A-Q The job of George Lesser, Director of Spec' ial Services, is three-fold. He deals with the problems of Selective Service and Veterans' Affairs and has charge of the 383 foreign students from 75 countries who are now at- tending the University. I The gifts of money and property received by the University may be attributed in part to the hard Work of William A. Fowler, head of the Development Foundation. This off fice works closely with the Alumni Office in an effort to maintain contacts throughout the state. 'T 3 . :J 41" . its ff ..:-0 -A . , as , st M'+ f ' -.,.,,a,' i -mag' 'tx' ffii. Dean Graves' job in the Alumni Ofiice is to keep Colorado's Alumni posted on the progress of the University. The chief method of maintaining this Contact is through the publication of the Colorado Alumnus, a magazine which may irritate or encourf age its readers, but always interests them. sl , A fp'- ha--i. U. .W ,pf ' P cf'-9 is ai .. , ' ' - ,HWY -47 -.,...4i.x. The University Purchasing Deparment under the direction of Raymond Johnson buys nearly everything from dissected fire- fly tails to tattooing machines for identifying lizards. This de- partment is all-important for the maintenance and progress of all University departments. 142 Since a healthy body induces a healthy mind, head of the Student Health Service Dr. L. W. Holden strives to keep the University population in top physical condi- tion. This oflice provides free X-rays, excellent medical care, and full coverage through a health and accident insurance policy. As Director of Housing, Clifford Yoder supervises all off-campus and domitory housing. This department is in charge of improving the conditions and facilities of all University housing. Their responsibilities were increased this year with the addition of the new Kittredge Com plex. T arts and ,N sciences Many students in the College of Arts and Sciences are uncertain as to what they are gaining with a liberal arts education. Ac- cording to Dean Briggs there are two educa- tional objectives in this college: ". . . to turn out individuals with some perception of the broad aspects of intellectual life, as well as a degree of specialized knowledge in one par- ticular field." The College of Arts and Sciences held its first session in September of 1877. This is the oldest and largest College at CU with a fall enrollment of 7,44O. As of this year, Asa sociate Professor of Mathematics William Briggs became Acting Dean of the College after serving on the faculty since 1955. Arts and Sciences offers a sound educational program through its twenty-five depart- ments in fields of study leading to Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, or Bachelor of Fine Arts Degrees. V Arts and I u- -. 1 v. li -. lf' " it e l Dean De Von Carlson school of architectu re Growth seemed to be the password on the CU campus this year, and the contribution of architecture to this process was unequaled. In the same manner the School of Archi- tecture concerned itself with growth, and total enrollment has now inf creased to two hundred students. Formerly a division of the College of Engineering, the department became an independent professional school in the fall of 1962. ''Architect-in-residence'' describes a new program, designed for the bene- iit of students, whereby a famous architect is invited to live at CU for a month and advise budding Frank Lloyd Wrights. 1 More fragile than tinker-toys schoo O f business A' . Aff, L'-' '11 '- ' X . f. 'QL' ty' - ish W- - l iff- ' V. 1 3 f Wk ' wwf 'inn-. Dean William Stanton The Business School is renowned for its courses in statistics and the preponderance of men in its class- rooms. Students in the Business School are easily identifiable in their gray flannel suits. Crganized in 1906 as the College of Commerce, the School of Business has gradually emerged as one of the principal professional schools at the Uni- versity. lt is concerned primarily with training ad- ministrative personnel and studying administrative problems. During the past year, the University of Colorado awarded Doctor of Business Administration de- grees, the first to be given in the history of the school. In addition, twelve graduateflevel business courses were added to the curriculum in an effort to increase the variety and scope of Business School courses. What's my line? School of ecl ucation Progress in the midst of controversy best describes the tur- bulent history of the CU School of Education. Compared to the other administrative units, it is a mere infant and as such has experienced a variety of growing pains. How- ever, with the recent inception of the selective admissions program, the quality of the school has risen considerably. The fact that educators in the subject fields and those in the professional fields have combined forces has also enriched and strengthened the entire education training program. According to Dr. Stephen Romine, dean of the School of Education, the attempt to increase the standards of the nation's schools has resulted in many graduates and under- graduates being turned away from the School of Education in the realization that "the quality of our schools will never exceed the caliber of the personnel employed in them." The Education School and those students enrolled in its program have been subject to severe and often unjust criti- cism. Hopefully, the increased quality of teacher education will gain increased support as the public comes to the reali- zation that graduates from the School of Education are molding the minds of our future generations. Dean Stephen Romine. As I teach I learn , A -.li-gat"-:t"' I Q' .i 'l A M , , 'V - , 1 -,, --. , wr, l 6 0-rvv JV' Rib! Dean Peters and Charles A. Decli. college of engineering We live in an age when science is king, and the power behind the throne is the engineer. All one has to do is drive down a California freeway or drive over a four level cloverleaf in order to realize the importance of engif neering in the American society. Under the leadership of Dean Max Peters, the CU College of Engineering offers def grees in Aeronautical, Chemical, Civil, Elec- trical, and Mechanical Engineering, as well as in Applied Mathematics and Engineering Physics. Construction begins this year on the new ten million dollar Engineering Sciences Cen' ter. The new buildings and better equip' ment are being added as part of a concerted effort to continue producing outstanding engineers. As long as our country continues to build and grow, the need for competent engineers will remain unsatisfied. As the world turns. 147 A Q School of journallsrn Graduates of the Journalism School will eventually be faced with the problem of in- forming the ignorant public of issues and happenings both in this nation and around the globe. With this object in mind, the School of Journalism requires its under- graduate students to acquire a broad liberal arts background. They may, however, spe- cialize in advertising, broadcasting, public relations, or news editorials, to name only a few. The history of the Journalism School dates back to 1909, when instruction in this Held was first offered. In 1922 a department of journalism was created in the College of Arts and Sciences, and in 1962 it became a fully-accredited professional school. At the present time the groundwork is being laid for a graduate program which is ex- pected to get under way in the fall of 1964. As pretty as a picture. school of law l'hrouL'1 the Supreme Court of the Jnitecl States and the campus cops nf Boulder, the law is made known io citizens. The pervasive character if the law in our society necessitates raining a large number of excellent awyers. The CU School of Law, organized in 1892 with an enroll' nent of 23 students, now boasts two dundred such prospective lawyers. Ifhe School is a member of the Asa sociation of American Law Schools and has been approved by the Coun- nil on Legal Education of the Amer' ,can Bar Association. Professor Donald Sears and Profes- sor Albert Menard, Ir. were ap- ointed as acting deans during the 4 ast year. Deans of the Law School. Lili.. , 3. 'A-I--was Moot Court or Perrv Mason? .1 149 schoo of FTWLISIC Under the direction of Dean Warner Imig, CU's music man, the Boulder campus is alive with the sound of music. The Sym- phonic and Concert bands, University and Modern Choirs, Festival Chorus, Faculty and Student Recitals, and guest artists all combine to make the CU Music School one of the finest in the country. Outstanding faculty members and modern facilities are available for students with var- ious majors including music education, com- position, history, literature, and perform- ance. They have the advantage of such ex- perienced teachers as Anclor Toth, who toured Russia with the Alma Trio, and pianist David Burge, who made a nation- wide tour which included Philadelphia, Washington, and Carnegie Hall. Persuasive Percussion. ""3i?iS '9'.'4l'E'L,ff.,Q::i' ' ' . ,vft' vf-gas .P , Qiigyii . V.. xa M A 1 An , ..'p'7'f5!x' 4 5,3 - V j ' -'F'-15:34. Vi." -1 .Pf.-tef01e.- .211 1 4 l'1 ivxg w:fl,f""'-D-hT"5"' - 'v -Tai" vm"""" """-f-wi w"f'n.,,, . - . ily, sag' X "'-rs.. ' fw-, , 1- , "l".M I 3 ly, S Curtis Waldon. school of phdrrwidcy o most CU students, pharmacy means as- irins, NoDoz, and those wonderful all- urpose pills distributed by Wardenburg. owever, to the pharmacy student it is not uite that simple. He is initially enrolled in he Pharmacy School's five-year program hich leads to a bachelor's degree. The first tep completed, he must serve his internship ' pass the state board examinations in to practice the profession. harmacy School provides modern fa' and laboratories for its students, and rofessional pharmacy in Wardenburg Health Center serves as a training Where fifth-year students compound under the supervision of staff school of medicine Planned since 1955, the expansion of they University of Colorado Medical Center into its 437-bed University Hospital and Clinical Research Wing will finally become a reality in September of this year. The expansion will more than double the size of the School of Medicine's Clinical teaching resources and represents dramatic progress under the master plan for growth. The expansion program will permit an in- crease in class size from S5 to 96 students in each of the first two years and ultimately to 110 in the third and fourth year classes. The educational activities include a large prof gram of internships and residencies, a Grad- uate School program in the biological sci' ences, the School of Nursing, and train ing courses in Physical and Gccupationa-I Therapy, Medical Technology and X-ray Technology. e dents attend weekly "Grand Rounds" in Sabin Amphitheater, 5. Henrietta Loughran . You will be in good hands with the future nurses from the Colorado School of Nursing. This school provides pro- grams for undergraduate and graduate students majoring in nursing in both the Boulder and Denver campus divisions. Science and art courses, as well as medical and nursing science, are a part of the professional preparation for the practice of nursing. The scholarship and leadership poten- tials of students are emphasized for both undergraduates and graduates. The School enrollment on the Boulder cam, pus for Fall, 1963 totaled 144, and for the Medical Center Division in Denver, 315. This does not include the 88 grad- uate students who are registered through the Extension. schoo of nursing Florence Nightingale never had it this good. i U is V g? i gs, , l 'H surnrner school .4 "Hi, y'all. You from Texas?" This familiar greet- ing was heard, not at the University of Texas or a board meeting of Standard Oil Co., but at the Unif versity of Colorado Summer School session. North- erners and foreign students joined southerners to attend what could become one of the world's largest summer resort areas. However, anyone who participated in this program will verify that it is not all play and no work. Courses were offered in all fields of study, and many were enriched by the presence of visiting lecturers from 151 American campuses and four foreign nations. The intellectual climate was further stimulated by a rich calendar of cultural events which scheduled musical concerts, architecture exhibits, summer opera, and the famous Shakespeare Festival. Those students who were interested had the opportunity to live in the Language House. Every chance existed for intellectual enlightenment, if the student could only drag himself away from Boulder Reservoir. grad crate school Although bachelor's degrees are not a dime a dozen, as many college students seem to think, they are increasingly more plentiful and less instrumental in opening the door to one's future career. This new development has greatly enlarged the enrollment of the nationls graduate schools. Under the leadership of Dean Robert Brow- der, CU's Graduate School has acquired an enrollment of over two thousand students. Since 1909, when it was organized as at sep- arate unit of the University -of Colorado, the school has continuously followed its goal of providing better facilities and facf ulty for its students. The Graduate School works with Colorado State University and Colorado School of Mines to improve its curriculum and reduce its costs. Intellectualism necessitates curiosity in a changing environment An integral part of CU. Tl qv extension School The Extension School offers courses that range from mathematics to Writing for the juvenile market, and classes are given both for credit and noncredit. The school was organized as a special administrative branch of the University of Colorado and serves students from all parts of the state. Its facilities include a library and an audio-visual department boasting radio and television. Among its special services to students is a speech program involving Colorado high school students and arranging numerous conferences to be given throughout the year. Dean Easton. X , 52394 , -Qing KL 55359 - I my A vig? EW 1 HF? A,. firiiwsil 4 I-01 1 Stud ent ' drwwirwistration 157 Y 'Q I v , , N N w l i 5. 5 E V I Qs if 5 . H nv nn-. 3 B s R s I D U s President of ASUC, Carlton Stoiber Planning Officer Chester Winter addresses ASUC 158 4 U I I B.- The Associated Students of the Uni' versity of Colorado is the much ma' ligned and misunderstood student government. Through their own or' ganization, students plan and carry out projects which range from big- name entertainment for campus en- joyment to the establishment of a Student Tutor Society. Carlton Stoiber, president of the student body, headed the Board of Commissioners which does much of the actual work in all phases of stuf dent interest including academic af- fairs, spirit and moral, and national and international affairs. Neal Iohn- son, vice president, served as chair- man of the Student Senate which -represents all students byliving units, class groups, and interest groups. The Senate, as the legislative body, expresses student opinion through resolutions on issues which are of concern to our campus and the en- tire student community. Students Work with the faculty and administration on the joint boards Where they play a significant part in the formulation of policies about such matters as student publications, finances, discipline, and student or' ganizations. A 5? 'L K '14-. rt I "gm s- f 4 Ju- 1 is 'F Lf' Y' - Egfii liiilif' EFS! jug -'f9i:f' E-j5'1,2'Q ,iq , W 4 1eU"n-' I AIN 1 in I-N1 'L ' ffl, V 1.-P idii Ou? is ,. Q-' SOSL . . . doing business. asuc:...dyr1an'1ic leader or dying role? 161 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS - President jeff Fos- sumg Vice-President jim Siegfried. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS - Vice-President jim Mattsong Secretary Gail Galvanig Treasurer Patty Creigh- tong President Steve Moise. inevitable progression fronfi wisclonw to ignorance. fron'1 certainty to doubt PM . SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS - Secretary Jane Rade- rnacherg President jim Kearneyg Treasurer Larry Olseng Vice-President Bob Curtis. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS - President Craig Penfoldg Treasurer Pat Kinsellag Social Chairman Kay McD0naIdg Secretary Diana Lappg VicefPresident john Martin. 163 President Polly Cverhardt. with subjects dear to hearts of constituents-keys. hours, apartments. males The Associated Women Students of the University of Colorado is the governing body for all CU coeds. lt consists of AWS Senate, headed by Polly Gerhardt, the House of Representatives, headed by Ginny Draper, and AWS Court, presided over by Christy Opdyke. The Senate and House of Representatives are the legislative bodies of AWS, Senators being elected at large from and by the women students and representatives being elected by the women in each women's residence unit. AWS Court hears cases, and its function is to uphold the laws and standards of the AWS Constitution. AWS sponsors the annual AWS Revue, AWS Songfest, and the AWS Tea. 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X16 il I I , I I J ,Hb 1 f if I ,. 1 DIANNE HER ZOG AI nun HMI -'?' GINA CANATSEY AL ima cwncuma OI K. I NANCY MILLER CHI OMUZA W - 115 I 1Pf S , RUTFANN BICKEL DE L TA GAMMA '4"'7 DIANE GORALNIK SIGMA UELYA TAI! GLdI?IA HILLMAN ALPHA EFSILOV PHI 168 SONDY sII.vEIi'iAI.E' DLLTA LII'I.rA DELIA ff I -Q 1 -A Luz IEIMPH GAMMA PMI BE TA If ' f ' 'IL ' 5 'I' ,J I I 'tg k 1 r SEA CKETRECL AUWIA CHI OMEGA Q A I ' amd LAIEFY AL UNA GAMMA DELYA K..- . 49 5 SHERRY GINN vIIx:sII:eIn- Emu I , I "'V . UI' ."g W . A A 131. 'W I I In I 1 ar . ,I I3 N- A Pi ' I . I I I I IIATIIII SIDANGLER PANIHKIJIFNIC PREf3lFllhNf PAM GOODING PRE sam NT lgaullauenie Ssociilliio 1964 ju I I I I , JANE THOMPSON .II I-Im uLI.rA III ff I nfoevsilg ai? alovada JUDY HEEREN III.IfIIn GAMMA nun In V .I 'xQxN'flbe,. .'. '- an 4: ,u KA I I L. " I "'J0'LIE FUSELIER W7YMARGlE Mxxxsdn W' vucxv STIIH' 4 ' fHARY EIN MEEHELL' KAPPA ALPHA YNFTA KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA IETA YBU ALPHA HLPHA VNV If ' EETH BREJWN ALPHA DKIJA PI EJ V HClNIWTv1CC6RmCK- ALPHA ONIICRUN Pl AQ- E:wENTI'II.I.IAIHs AAPPA ALPI-IA TIIETII PHYLLIS KLEIN :III ouII:cA I X JEANNE DOEPPER neun neun nfum -Q I fr If-5 EETHY EEPHENEI GAMMA PHI BETA 1-'Ir QNIJY IIBSBURCH IUIPPA IQAPUA GAMMA ' 9 1' YI . 1 -, 45 J X ix f7 6 INGERYLARSCINV vI IIE 'A PIII ,- I SANDY FUCHS nLwII.I rIfsII.oIII I-III ..-4 :' M I ' n I ' . SHARON CURLEE I-I arm vm EHERYL-QVIE? UL I. YA 0AI.IMn MARILYN BROMBERG -:Irma neun Yau V , -.. L . IA ' W. I' J" - . A37 'll f 1 A IIS I! I II ' ' - L , -,. . x T 1. - -.1 ' BONNIE LIND zen mu ALPIIA x The year began for the Panhellenic Association with a very successful rush week which added 560 new pledges to the sororities on campus. Rush week was followed by the an' pual Housemother Tea when the group honored new housemothers on campus. ln recognition of the ever-increasing problems facing the Greek system on this campus, Panhellenic held a retreat with IFC at Estes Park in order to discuss some of the cur- rent difficulties. The major efforts lay in the realm of trying to integrate the Greeks more fully with the University. Following the Installation Banquet given in the spring, the roup was proud to present numerous scholarships and cholarship awards. anhellenic was led by Kathy Spangler, presidentg Sherry inn, president-electg and Sara Cantrell, vicefpresident. reconciling an old institution with a new environment And they told us it was a Panhellenic-IFC retreat! l ,,,., " L A M ' 'MREIENWALL' ' SEN-'HDR -'J' 'V 'RUSS' MOSSERAAY ' --f 'L' Ns ii- I I 'mince BRZIVERMAN 'M 53? KINSELLA PUBLIC RELATIONS CHAIRMAN NUSH CNMNMAN JOHN SEELEY RICH LIGHT FRANK GERHARDT vac: PRESIDENT PRESIDENT mmsunen JIM CLEVELAND secnunuv gnl1evFv:1l1e1+niL Q ouncil 1 -EEGEITOWLTER -A DENNIFNIRINGER IAU KIPPI EPSILON MIKE ADEN susan cm scnounsmv cuammAN l 9 B 4 SIGMA NU '- Fos'rEh SHERINBCBDY SIGMA PHI EPSILON EMRELL llirioesne AC ACIA 170 1 X.: 5 llnfuersibg ai? olovado HERB EHRLICH ROSS KITT A BOB CURTIS Zgrg 951.1 1,-,U ALMA nu omssn neun uvsmou '21 JOWHSTQN - DAVE ADANIQ R EI ' A xi:-IT' BANK W NRE-'EACY HOWARD norm hoasms ' 'H W Tom DATER ' Fl KIPPI ALPHA DELTA TAU DELTA CMI PSI KAPPA SIGMA LAUBDA CNI PHI GAMMA DELTA I A as fl -Q59 -- '.i6rTi'oTLEv' --' H-IQOTIN WIDAN CHIP wmcm -' 'EAGEWNBERVELDEA' M am. RHINE vm urn rs: nm slum neun slam mmm Evsuou rm MPPA nu neun slam nu Come now . . . you expect us to believe that? ifc coordinates the fraternities with sororities and university l'he Interfraternity Council, the coordinat- ng and administrative body of the fraternity system at the University, discusses problems rommon to all houses, passes legislation iecessary to unify the Greek outlook, and rnables the fraternities to operate compat- bly with the University. FC provides for the initiation of policy in ts Executive Council, for a representative ystem of relating and dispersing informa- ion in the legislative body, and for a self- overning court for a trial of violations in he Judiciary Council. t sponsors a foster child in Seoul, Korea, amed Chi Myung Yong, and offers an ex- nsive tutoring service to its pledges during eir pledging. the future, IFC will start a blood bank for ll Boulder and Longmont communities with onations from fraternity members. It will lso have an all-Greek publication. ith these projects and programs, IFC aintains its respected position on the cam- us. It not only provides a social outlet for udents, but also offers opportunities for adership and social maturation. ' ,.,,,, Yeah, how 'bout that IFC-Panhellenic retreat! fjx I 'Y '1 r, , JN 'Q xl 14 ' . V 3 P 3 'Q yi I? 1 'E' Y- W W3 as if , rg 4353? l 1 P "" ' -as , -, -..N -oe-1-an-Q r .+I u U Q, ,l I I i fi 1 a, bl r . fff ' : I fl ,fl fs H N W Eva' K H Y, Y 2, .I , H' f v x ' , . V f' . .-....,.., ?', L1 . .. '- ' 1 :H ' 1-f , " 'A """""-4. 'W 3. . 'T, ' z. , ' ' 'Ji' '. -Q"-. y.N.f W-"sg gg! XX' f.':s Lv- r.'-il'-Q'-41' F " R TY L 1 --4' ' , me V -.-v --A . --'-c nf", . 43 Q FQ.: Z5gEi,..:A 'Q .1 3. 5-A N 1. ".' . V N Lx ,.igi?LL,fZEs I 24 In "' . fi -'L' 3 ...MN 5' 1 11' K ' -- - -'ar E-. , f "' IR-'V ' I 'T' 'L' " ' Y Wd, "' -ft! :QI wf 5..,.f s . ,-,r.,.x.-F---v"""' - . A V -,Ny ' ,1.' . I ,i , K r X 4' ' .' AA , N - . , it . I' I . 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Their combined decorating efforts with the Sigma Chi's Won them the Grand Prize. Whoever heard of not being able to tell a pledge to "bring up your grades next semesf tern? Alpha Chi was in that position as Barb Adair made the perfect 4.0 both semesters of her freshman year. The actives retaliated and had more than half of their ranks with a grade point of 3.0 and above. Fidel Castro and his "brother" joined the Outhouses and many other costumed Alpha Chi's and dates at the annual October Fest held in Louisville this year. At another party, held in the spring, the AXO,s went Japanese for the annual Geisha Girl Party. Dad's Weekend saw fathers showing their daughters the "Tule Twist of the 4O's," alias the jitterbug, as the dads became draftees once again. Who's stepping I I 5 Ii' I ' 4 . I 'Q f. ' A I 4 , U " I, ' ' - ' W " ' A 4 I 1' I I . . K, I I i I-I: I I J .1-q ' Y I II - I , -,1 d I ,. -. I :. . I I 1 I I I ., I I I I M 6 1 I f - I I N I - I - 5' .1 ' I I I I I . 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' I El L! 4 Q I I " v P ' ' - I . ' 4 , I , , 41, cj r' I I I . I . S, I . mana- - I I I mgiggl , I I ' I I. I. Lommw LM scam u L. smnsou n s. was-rmmx I t I c oII.I.:v IA suAn.cn s A DAWBON N A smrronn 'A' I I I D f I Q? , g-1 L4 I I I - Q. . ' - ,J I I ,I . I .. ., Q I Q Q 4 -A 0 IA ' ' ' '- 6 -0 I I Y ' I .- I, I . 17 -:ar , I ff I I I I ' Qi , . I llnfucvsib of clara-ado X I . l I I B I c uunum I. s wwswomn r- necxm. J A nun J II r'AwInI.IN I s I Lurwmcunus M GARTLANO M L Iaumczn I I I I I I :L ,i!""q f r , f' I A I - ,FJ I ' I ' ' I . I III If I I Q " I - - ' 'z J I , , I .,. -.4 - I A if I I " T' ' 'f' I I A' , 'I ' I 1 ' ' . I I I, ' I I, I I A .mx I I 11. I ' I l:"'.J ' Il 'I . . I I I ' I ' I , I I ,I c nun snnsnvnen I In Poms nx.II:a:n1 I 11 In nAuseI.I. I uns.o.c,am:aAnan I J s wmmzn ' u sALI. I. c ronmzsv IA, n HOFFMNW L .I GRAY I .. "1 ek I . K . , I 2 . I I , , .. . - . I. , , IL f , -Q A -a I Ig I I -it . 'Lv It I , , 1 .. I ' 2 I . 5. I ' v 'F I - . I I LI I I A ', . " I I I 'I I L.n.aooumo .I n, num ul wII.oe x a sumo MJLMCDONOUGH s snow: R-1 LOVE-DY x c.AaAus c A eAnL a L.AnFonn II n MaIsArI c vownsnswn I I . X , 1 -r - 4 -5 3' , 9 , YT -' ' -5 I 'ff I II, . . I I ' . , 1 I , - I I ' I I I 'I I ' I . I , , , . .I uccunuv s I: ncvcv m.AwIua I n.s.neLL:n L J oouuI.As a x ae.-In a..:.on::ue an Hmm Ie nznoa CA cI.AmIAuI c LUNDQUIST Imnow: - I ' I I I ' . H., I 1 A! ,f J - 5 ' I 4.- Y 1 9 ' KIA' A ' ' I I 4 ' , .4 I I I X " . E ' I 1 ' I, I ,I I ' I . ' I 4 - 1 ,I ,. I I I 'M ' I I I Iw A .I I V . I I ' I H 'I I t I cn I A WIDDIFIELD I .Ia sAvAne FA PLAGA n .I CLEIIDIY u msnzwove .I nAxw:LL s wssvznsnnu Clll lm vmfrl IISCNOPIILD I HIP! 985 16th Street. alpha delta pi'e initiate Swedish foreign student Homecoming is getting to be the big event for Alpha Delta Pi at CU. For the second year in a row, Lori Gottwald and Linda Gibson have won the leads in the Home- coming musical. Lori starred as "Marian the Librarian" and Linda as the mother in "The Music Man." ADPi dads had a big weekend with their daughters - including football, the Tule, a Emeftainmenf at t 9.41" picnic, and a Twist Party. The Chapter was formal pledging' g e very proud to have Charlotte Lundquist, foreign exchange student from Sweden, as a new Alpha Delta Pi. Charlotte has had two older sisters who have been ADPi's at CU. The Spring Formal was held at Lakewood Country Club, and the CU Buffoons enter' tained. The actives presented the pledges with a gala Christmas Formal on December 7, 1963. These dances, plus many functions, Eneaks, and weekly waterffights with the ashers completed a wonderful year for Alpha Delta Pi. We're going on a woodsie! A 177 E "7 'rnuuv PEPPER aovcz FINK CAROL LEISEI? LINDA DAQIE Y Y vt' ...- JULIE FRIEUNIAN "W W ' : I I ,I-44 I LINDA EINBINDER BETH PERLMUTTER JUDY LESSER " TP x ' I TDNI Izomsenc Q I II' I 'I I I 1 f 'I W CLADDIB Mlasxo - V CAROL BERGER V Y Y Euss EDELSONY Y susANE6I-IxiAR1'z SANDY I5.I6Ns A WL- IKIDA EEINHAUS LINDA SIILVERIIIANW 'AY ALIEIEBERLMAN MII.,-MI-.I mmm' mu-W SKRIIMI VICE I--mf.. A-fm-.I my I-.wwf II.m.Im- IIIIW -mm- .ra I I I I ELLEN SNAM PANIER I I . W 3 -J-' '7' I., I I I NANCY STEINBERG V 7 T A I -A, E 1 I v I if L I I SALLY smmi -NATAIIEVEPEH-gEl Dv-A I 9 ,N B 4 A' Y cinoL Newman NANCY FRIED iEibEI. ' II I I I I' I I I III-I---.- ' ,fm I'IIIIiIiii:: I I . I . 2 fr 'A II11 I lm 'A Ii- I I "' I 3 Q I I I I - II I 'I I I 'I -3 I I I' I 155' V I llnnnevsrlvs of Cmlavuda ' I LESLIE KLEIN nARvL wIsE 'W YSUHNYALIN I I I I I I I I I I LIL GAIL WEINBART GLORIA HILLMAN DOROTHY WEISS LYNN DAVIS , I I I , I I I 8 wi xx ' 5 'T i , N. I f I, I I I r' , 'f'f '?4'f L' . E , 1 I I . I' ' ' 'I -"u " I L, L-..-A MRSBLOUIST MARGE STEIN fr ' CAROLTUCKER V I I I LYNN SELIX I I I I LII IMLHII- I I-. I--L,I IL I LLL I I I I IL I GALE STEIN MYRA WARSHAFSKY CAROL KLEIN HELEN RUTH FOGEL BOBBI ROSENTHAL NARCI GOLUBERG ZELDA SIDON KAREN UOLDSTEIN I I I , I - x I I A I I ,I as I I I f I, - V I I 'Q I ' 'Q I I I I I I I I ANNE ZOLLER MAnsI-IA LQARNES 'JILL SCPIOENEELD A JANICE wEM?EIN ' 178 susAN WEIWIAF ' ELLEN smvrmum szvsv SLEV suvunust coouc I' '41 NANCY FLEVXNER I -0' ,qv DONNA REST .If II N I .... ., N LYNN WEISSMAN - EQWNIE DUBINSKY JL. JANE WEVINBERG -e A 'rj' LINDAYDLOVEN L, TY ' ,1 . , : 'o 1 ff, I I .I . I I Y I I I., - GAYE EUROS VICKI KAHN fl! 74- 4-,,,f ix I-A... U. g , .. . ht., V - .uf -g . .l...... .Q V ,.-, . H .-,-.-.,f ... --.. 911 17th Street. alpha epsilon phi initiates parents' weekend Early in the year AEPhi's sneaky new pledges caught the actives off guard and replaced the living room furniture with mattresses, thereby setting the pace for an exciting and fun filled year. The first parents' weekend was held in November. After the Colorado-Missouri game, the girls intro- duced their reluctant parents to such infamous spots as the Sink and the Tule, after which the Sunny Saturday at the Sigma Chi Derby. . 2? ,. parents were especially appreciative of the banquet at the Lamp Post. A Sunday brunch topped off a weekend which both the girls and their parents hope to repeat next year. Other activities included a sneak to the Half-Way House, a Wake-up breakfast by pledge moms, trick- or-treating for UNICEF, and sponsoring a foster child. 'wi W ' ' W ,-, , .. . -L .. .- L. --,..L, L . ,L ' ' W . WJ' ' ' 21' . 30 ' - W .7 . . Q-:K Vu! 'Y A A Q. qw . t Y- W rx, r,!,M M I L . W. V' nr Qt N -. 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BRASEL A mnuusou C.J.cAnMAN ' 'efA.?nAvLs ' ' 'J J,mLom:iH C..1.rluusLLEn nA,cnn1s'rmNssN A m LE me L voomxzxn 180 Lim' .f?"fI!1': -uw .wat ' ef we t S55 Broadway. alpha gem actives bowled over by whirlwind pledge Clase "Ambitious and animositiesn was the title of the Alpha Cram spring party, but certainly did not characterize the chapter. Ambitious and congenial was the description of a pledge class that planned sneaks with fra- ternities from both CU and Mines, par- ticipated in the Sigma Chi Derby, and planned a Halloween Party for the children of the Boulder County Sheltered Workshop as part of their international pledge project. The Weekend of November 9th was dedif icated to the Dads and as usual, turned out to be very successful with the Dads dining at the Sink, enjoying a CU football game, and learning how to twist at the Tule. As Christmas vacation neared, the ACID house Was converted into a winter wonderland and became the center of a Christmas Date- Open house and the Pledge Christmas Party. Who said sororities are not progressive? 1 I3 IIB 1 1 W CMCCORMICK N4- '27 ' P AGRAHAM Yrynznr. unuausg 1 1 ,- 10 7 . 1 E U KELLER 1 "ff I -1 1 I r 11" 2 . X . ' I I 1. 1. WILLIAMS 11 v . ff, 1 r ,F .1 1.. , 0"X '. , -71 1 x, 1 1 J s.A READ 1 21 Y 'Q .L 1 1 ' 1 I PA,nA'rHER1 I. 111 .'-JZ nr 1 uf ,Q Y 4-1-A'1 M,D.'h1vM' I N 6. JUIES I 182 ' ' an sm-rn I . ? I -'II 2 ' I N f-el 1 Er If w-4? 1 I ,, 1..e.RosE I 'Iv V .71 , , , -L 1 , '19 1 111 I D LWAGIER 1199" 5.."AMi"' . A 1 ,. 1 I q 1 1 I ll- I 6.5. MEIER B. LGUYER '3- -4- lfi 5 s. 1.. 3661275 ' B J. 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SCO'1'I 9 1.1.5 Ranks I .Q i. J.-sr N I M R VALICENTI 309'- 17.3 I I L Y In 1 S, E STANCYK 11 1' ,r 1-1.-. 11:11 1 I7 L M JACKSON ' no ru:Mmca ' 1 1 I I H M c Mme 1.7.1-mf,-.r11.n -rn-can 1 'R -1.5 A P RUMBAUGH ' -Q I? ' 14 P eormm I Zn, ,1 . 1. ' 1 P ORONSTAL 77 A M .. 1 CMALMSTROM N J.C EVENUEN I I mf' ' 5 9 -A . 2? ' s. QEAMAN 1-'H -4- I P A mceunsao ' ' 'W 19, . 1., ,, ,-. I 41- - xo s1c1HoMPso111 ' 11 1.111.-. .1111 . , T.. I 11 1. 1 1-1 . 7 A 1 J x 1 1 1,,' 1 , .1 J ARTMAN fl-'-v 111,.1, snhuuo I " "4 'I 1 ,f-af-1 7777 Vt., s JJIIIRLIS Y Q "I -9- 1 1 5 W .4 x xx 5 I ., ,.- f- QI? I 1:4 uf "H I A . I . I s A Musa 13 x I5 I 4 -f v S.. 1! .. J AKEATING 1 x 1 I , .1 .1 w LIPSCOMB rf? I 11 MJ! IDELL K B SETTLE N-N BALL 1 N 1 , 1 1 I I I 1 1 11 cfobmsmson I ' K 1. xiuwen C.M.QUINLAN omoaom M na amrrrru v .1 Lone 1 n mem a .1 ossorms 1015 15th Street. alpha ornicron pi sets international nfioocl The AOPi's again demonstrated their ability to combine academic excellence with a wide range of college activities. Besides sneaks and functions, the busy social schedule in- cluded the Fall Party put on annually for the actives by the pledges. The theme this year was International, with each couple coming dressed to represent a particular counf try. The Rose Ball, a dressier affair, was held at the Green Gables Country Club in Denver, and at this time the pledges were formally introduced and each one was pre- sented with one half dozen red roses. - The AOPi's were privileged to have a foreign student from Argentina, Maria Rivas, spend the year in the house. Her ideas and customs helped create an international atmos- phere Which enlightened each girl in the house. A f . . X X X X , . 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X a , , X X ' X J X X k X X , Xi X ,. . X ' 1- . L . X I 3' 1, L ' ' .X 11 s I. , 'F 9 X U X 2 X sf ' - ' XX - N X. . ,, L 'Y X N ' X V ' ' , 1 X X ' sauna M .X:1.:XXrXos u X. onnonzn ' m an mcxev s X. rsX.or X. mmnua A cfnnvzn .1 w Xa.-Xusav A C SPARKS S 0 "NWS '7XPUf"SfN 184 ohi'e-du'e place first in house decorations With the help of a spirited and always mis- hievous pledge class, the Alpha Phi's and DU's combined efforts and enthusiasm to -vin a first place rating in Homecoming dec- wrations. The highlight of the Winter season Was the nnual Phi Ski. After a breakfast at the ouse, the Phi's and their dates traveled to Iiifinter Park for a day on the slopes. After linner an informal dance was held in front If a cozy Hreplace at the Hochlandhoff. arols added the spirit of Christmas to the ecember affair. K foreign exchange student, Susanne Brun, made her home with the Phi's throughout he year and was the pride of the house Jhen she sang in thel-Iomecoming musical. lease make mine dry. 4 888 13th Street 1 ' f - -A u 1 ' 'J I . 11 1 , 11 . 5 0 3 4 ,1 -. , "' 11 -3 1 3, - 1' , - 1 J-f . 4 . L 1 I .Q--'V . -3 1 1.1 ' ---v ,1 . '1 -rg 1' A' sr vs .1 ' I Y ' 4' W I y I swan nun Imax ulfcmf 1-:Ml nnwn.-.6104 M--cv ucv.-.mn wmv ncmn Jovcs seamen ,mov Jormson mm now: mme mmm snsuav wu1m1o11-3: mv Iourmuw E11-.Numan unc: 1,-111151-M -MI., 1 I 1 z-'- - ' 1, ' -1 1 1 . . dim ' , YJ, W' in . - 1 I' I '1 3 ' ' 1' 1 Q ' , I I 1 ,, ., 11 5, ,J "' n N A , 1 - , - L-- 1 ' . 4' L 1 Q1 1 1 13 . 1 ,'A 1, 7 5, ,- 4 ,-3, - 1 -1 1 , . , . -4- 1 1. 4 1 N . 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K ' I W I 1 1 I 1 I I 1 . 1 , I , I v:,uw:. cnmsrmszn ummm fsuvu mcxzv Pmms susan xupzn num snuox: Pxrmcu evans cumsns Nason susan can mmcv Muewulsin nulm sntmnzn unnoun wmwncx cnnou, comm nd perennial parrot pledge pring of '63 found the Chi O's prominent many activities. Polly Cverhardt was lected president of AWS, and Lynne Bowie nd Judy Emmett were tapped for Phi Beta appa. The highlight of the spring semester as the first place in the AWS Revue. all semester brought the Chi O's a third lace award in Homecoming decorations one with the Beta's, their perennial parr- ers, and saw Cheryl Norris crowned Fresh- an Queen. the Chi O's have seemed a little tired and n edge this year it is because they have been ept up nights by the constant screeching of harlie, parrot and mascot, who can never em to make his grades. 1011 16th Street hi onnnegefs boast fresnnfman queen Chi O's in a more subdued state qrihq Formal 1 l' X 1 :X 1. K u A wt:'uX L. 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I I NILI S PAM OVIAYY SARA F MITCHELL SUSAN B POLLARD ' 1 1 1 4 P 2 -J ' r" .t , ' I FLDISE L PIIMAN NMSCV M GLAIE GAY IIRBUTNNUY ANN C MILLER 1 ' - I . 1 A W 7 s ' .J 'S Q . IQ C. .N NAR! F PQTLLANU CANCLI A SHIV!! GAIL II WILLIAMS A ANNE PARK - :I ' I M12 b 1 1- Q "' 1 W fa, fa 1, 1 , 1. ' " V N ' -' 1 .mmf R ROMMEL SARA L NAME 190 JEANIIZ A Tnsrm Mun. A fnvlwfmck 1 112 I' 1 MARY E YOUNG I .A '17 sunken L KELLY Bivmu J NULIN 9 11... -NA... 'Z 1.-.msnllf 1 Luves -f 2 .sl -11 I , JEAN I Numwnzv in 1.- 'I Pfl'-GY A WEIMER 9 mucv I Hin? 4 ' 1 CLAIM: t M8017 , ,A -1 'S sue abc: 'ffv xi ' IL cnrdfnmr A ccweuf . 3. , 2 1, ' 1 3 A' 1 I A 1 - ' I Ii 1 A 1 3 L A --N -I - 1 -V -1 1 4 1 f. fl V1 'J 'i " f -. -A ' . Q . -' ' A I ' I . MARY F SYATT CHRISTY C OPUIKE LINDA N HQUDY MAWCIA G MURPHY KAREN R VIALLRQH LINDA N VIEISSENIJACII II-HIS I-'ICCKNIYN DEBBIE A MATLIICI I I V U , - ,.- 1 f . " . 1 , ' Y 5 ,- "' R l " ,Q ,, 3 111 5 . - .' I . -- Z . , - ,tai O Q .. , , xl Y 1 ' 1 N! 1 V DONNA A .IEPNIGAN 4 KAYNLEEN PAETCAL! Sut DWIGHT -ADY WAHUWEAL SUSAN L IIAMILYON GRETCIIEN II DINER PA'UilClA L NAFILAN DUSYY VCEvCv I -'I 1.. 1. . ' L .f , . 3 -5- I -5 5 l 4 ' ' 3- . -- ' - ' - N -14 J' f 1 , 5 - -. 3 4, 4. .- IYJ - .,, f 4 1 I KIHOL J WIIICNESTEH NUYHANH BICKEL NANCY J VINCENY' KAYNLKEFI GRIFFITH5 IIXJNNA A UELAOSSA ELIZABETH D WOLFE JUAN PtII.1I.Y CHRISTINE KINKPAYRICI ...1., N, .1-.,...1 ... .,. ...1:1.- .,,.. ., ......,1, . 1, W., .1 ...., --....11 4 l ! V x H 'I - , , . -1 1 1 L -at 1 :imma ff. ti - 1 ' ' no W W' 2 X I ,Q - ,M I , 4 - . - NA . I 3 V I' Q! . I ' - ' 4 ,A 1 A ! W . Y 1 1 l 9 6 I SUZY M BOND U MAHEN K MAIKR BARBARA BRIGGS l CUNNIE J PANFET CAIICLE A NANTLIK if 1 'K' 4 1 1 Y' , IJ ' 1. U ' 1 1 1 1 "" 1 anis 1. , 3 V , al -. A J- - 1- 1, 7 17 "' . . , , . . , lflmucrsnbg ol? Golorado ' mm: L Hansen iufm s shun nonm A cmvum, nuns. x sncisxm muon: u aunsa .,, 1 1 'Fu am ' ' " A 9 - 11 . ' ' I .' - I ' ,A I V . f ' - ,X 1 .. ,, A f 1 1 . f , A . .., - - 1. ' -- 7 - 11. 1 . 1 , I . . 4 1, 1 A X 1 Ia MALINA J Looms Mas ulmnsu Gunn ' Lows: A xLuNG Pmov I mms PnuLE11E GERETW Mnimnnu E f-'mcELL JANE r mnnasc xmsu E nmu 1 1 1 : , , Q - ' . -, Y . . . 1 Q , ' ' 1 1 1 ,, - .. 4 .. I .L Ji? .' ,I1 , , 1, 1 .11-. ti -1 '1- IQ n ' I I . . ,- - I X 1 ,V r K . NILARV HITQI BONNIE Ei HAGAN SANDFA GAGNDN MARILYN N UELLANAII IHANCIE J fllLD LINUA A IIHIXCK -IEANNIE II HANILII TERRY L PATRICK . J. W 1 , I ' 1- ' ' 1 1 ... I -4 .1 -ss ' 1 . I ' L. 4, . 4 - 13, 4 .5 ,A -5 g A 1 -N . A umm v Armsnsou rnnncv L svsuwlv susne r. vuuzn somm L. FIELD LINDA M :Tris rumen ra Elnmurmv amen s mmm Judv . rvnsswafzwt ' 1 F:-Jfrgr Y .-.4 -. .Q I I fetwli 5 .1 A 1 ,f .I ,., - J 11 f - ' I , f v1 N11 - . ' , A .. , A 2, .D 3 3 R '2 5- --a . 1 . . . .-7 . Q Q, ,' Y 1, ' -v -. .f L 4 Y 4 , al- ' 1' 1 YI! .. 1 ' JOAN M HAMMOND BABE N LINN MARTHA L WARD KAREN R NAMIL SALLY D MUIHISON C DIANA DEERE UIAIINE G GUY PAM 5 EIIIZARD 1x7 . .,,:,hf.,3., V -' 'L 'L 1' 1 J' -Q 1 1 1 1 7 " ' , , If r ' ' . ' , 1 .- . ,r . , l , 1 .v f w' A 3 Q.: A ' --A 3 ' ' . 1- f - 1 1 1 '-:P ' ' f- "- ' -Q f . , ' 1 'A 1 I. s 1 of ' umm I. Auron cmov Powns snzmnz n nuninaxu PAM moss 5-A111 1. Evans unc-1 L mcrnmun mum L Monccnnorn uanuyn annum "Dump, da da da, Shaky deal." hen scholastic averages were compiled last pring Delta Gamma came out on top for the Zz' fth consecutive year. But the DG's believe hat scholarship is only one phase of univer- ity life, and so they kept themselves busy in he social world as well. he big event of the fall was the Pledge ormal held at the Denver Club early in Other fall events included a Half serenade to all other houses, a DG- pledge moms, and a DG-Phi Delt re- to Loveland. Ann Segersten, a Swedish student, highlighted this year's party as she brought Christmas Sweden to the chapter. the year vigorous attempts were by loyal Delta Gamma's to re-establish with the "brother" Phi Delts which ere severed early in the year to the tune of 1128 Pennsylvania g'e maintain highest average for fifth year fx' ING O football game, a pledge picnic with " more permanent pinning. Hey, look us over. 1 1 11--- 11 1 I ' .. X H X . , r - ,,1X 1 1 1 I X 1 X X X- X , A X 1 X J 1 1 X , , 4- ' 'Q' ' . " X . a' 1 . G J, G 1 2. 4. 1 ' u 1 . , ' F ' X 1 ' -7 1 1 ' 1 ' 4 1 ,' I L 1 4- E . , - 1 1 ,X 1 I ,B 1 11. MX .jf - , 1 ' A , v x. 1 uw., 1 1 ' 1 1 X KATHY STEPHENS MARGARET RCATH ELIZABETH SLAGLE KATHEEN MCGUIRE LINDA MATASOVIC KAYHERINE NICHOLS LIBBY CASCIO KAREN NYINK KATHY SPANGLEN SANDY CAUGNRAN SHARON MAFFIN5 11,11-1' X ,111 ,1 --. 1 ' '-14+ ,1 1, 1 1 X g, -1 .1 1 11 -1-I 1 53. 1 1. 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JANE PARIS CAROL HAYES JULIE IIOVACHV I ..1.. ...Um 1 M111 1,1 -1 11-.1 11111-1. 1111111-111.1111 11 1111 .1-111111-1 --1,111-11 1-11.1,111. 1.11.1 1-..1.1- .11 11. 1..1...1.. 4' ' 1 A Q .111 ' " I 1 I ' ' ' 1 1 -1 J 1 0 sa 1- 1 3-1 U u X. 45 11. 9 .:' j 1 ' ' 1 X 1 11 -' 1- ,- 1 1.1 -r 1 1 - 1 X 4- 1 X 1 x X x , C' 1 ' .4 1 4 X LAX: x' 'IX an 4,4 1 1-, 1 MARY Lou wA1.ao noaznm mcxson GAYLE aonoon mano ounmr ' 'E l 9 B LINDA msvzn mann Leis: mm: wmcnr mmuun DAVIS X ,L AL 1 1 z 5: 1" '1' ' 1 ' G -1 1: ' ' W 2 I ' I 1 , . . 1 .1 . .X , r .. 11, 1 I Q X231 1 11 1 I' E' ' ' X1 X IIIUBFSI B al? n ora o X lil ' 'I G3 I 15 I T1 11 X 1 cmuv unnnom cam Pmwaau cnnoun cons camsnme aanmno Mnasrm sosszvl cnlm. KNAPP nun Mcmvosn nancv evans 1 ' 111 fr.-' Y' " 'U "' ' I 1 I 11 1 1' -1 1 ' I W 4 M I 1 V ' ea X X X '31 X P ,. I X , L 1 .ld 1 1 , 1 - ' '. I . 1 ' '1 - 1- 3: 14 , X 4, X 1 - 1 9, 1. X, 1 1 .. X. ii., ,,- X X 8, E I X 1 ' R i JUDITN GABELMAN JAN WISBRUN MARY SUE WILSON SUSAN BIASINI I MICHELE STEFNENSON I BARBARA FRIEL NANCY RADEF MARTV RAITER FEIINT BUSKEV NANCY JENKINS RANDI OPSAML ,.:- Min+ X .1- 1X 1' L '- 1 X X1 T X I I . .1 f ' ' ' 1 X I 1 Hx 1 R , 1 " ' 1 7' is 1 11- 1 X 2' ' ' A X 1 .,,X 1, ,-Q 1 I', I ,XX .IX X: 11 1,1-11, ,,- 11.1, 1 I 1 1 1 5 Y LINDA HANSEN KAY KOTZELNICK DIXIE DELOIIER CHRISTINE NUELLER JANET CADY THADIA MOORE SUSAN SMITH LEXI SCPIROEDER CAROL BOWER JANET SCOTT ROSEMARY TAYLOR 1u,,.+'f ,, 1 X ,vm ,. "- -.X X X , X 1. ' A 1 X 1 2 1 I ' ' X X 1 1 X , - 4 1 H , av 1- 1 ' 1 X 3 I 4'-,1 1 5 X , X 1 ' 11 -XF . - L XX X -',.117X X. ' X 1 1 ' . 11- '1 " Y 1 1 - , 'iw Q, 1 .gj ,X l 1 X 1 1 I . ' ' JAN ACKERMAN CAROL WIIZGINS MARY MENKSAMER SUE TISONE KAREN ANDERSON LINDA DSTRANDER NANCY NANDELMAN DIANE HOFPLE FLD BETN LINDSAY SHARON BEACH PATRICIA SYETLER V V 1 ' 1 1 1 1-f 1- air 1 X XX .X 1 1 , A X. 2 XX -11 '1' ' '. X 11 .Xl W' ' - -X ' 1 ,Q ' 1. ' X I - ,X I N ' ' 1 I .A ' f- ' . 3- , i , X, 1 ' 1 y ,g X 1 , .' Y ' H: . .1 X' 'A ' ai. x' 1 41 ff' 'I1 A s- . ' I X " 1 I L I 1 X 1 . II1 1 I VIRGINIA NEISER SUSAN CALLISTER MARILYN MATASOVIC BETSY BEER5 PAMELA TEMPLETCN INA MJLLIS JEAN EPSTEIN LAURIE RICHARDSON NANCY DONIELSON JENNA OWEN SALLY KNGFP - 7.11 7 - , 1 I' , .I . X X , 1 ' X. 1 1 - ,W . I- . - ' 1 sl .. ' 1. ' 3 H1 l s X L' ' ,i X 1: , 1 1 X X J ' 2 , X 1- 11, 1 1-11' 41 , ' , I Q 1 rf. 1A ' ' 1 11 i 1' 1 1 X -1x ' X .I 1 . X 1 X 1 - X, ,1 1 1 X ' ' ' 4 , 1 ' YA I ' ' LUCILLE KLODZ KELLY OLIVER NONA SWITOLA LINDA KRAVBILL DIANE BAKER CANCLYN 800074 KATHRVN UUUT SIGNE KRAUS PIAROO HARMON MAFG MCGUIRE MANY BEEBE 192 garrmnfma phi beta sigma chi derby Forty-one new Gamma Phi pledges displayed their diverse talents on a bright Saturday morning this fall when they took top honors in the Sigma Chi Derby. Their second suc- cess Was the Gamma Phi Pledge Formal Where the unusual favors-renewed sub' scriptions to Playboy Magazine-made a hit With the boys. For their pledge class, the Gamma Phi's established a new scholarship program as an experiment in cooperation with the Uni' versity counseling service. As a part of the program, the Gamma Phi pledges reluc- tantly, but heroically stopped attending study tables. The Gamma Phi house seems to be quite the place for presidents: Kathy Spangler rep' resented Greek Women as president of Panf hellenic, Kathy Stephens was president of the HY" Club, and Ginny Harris was presif dent of the Women's Recreation As' sociation. Gamma Phi pledges rally at the Derby. Ax 1 V., lifi ' 'ij 3. Q aa Q "-J' 1 IQ.. uk 1 ij: vu tl A n r-.,:1 tfaf.. ,--Gif, 'lb 'I "ffg,11f ' nj Lil: fi' 'Mm I I ff i at ' 4 Af i FTKL -rr.. X.,Xw' Vin- . x X . II X ' , X ,- ,- - - X 4' X -v X 1' ' - ' ., . I 3 A 4 J' 3 X ,, 1 3 I V ww I '-'il .. -"' - L 4' 4 -.4 C XI , , N X x. 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DONNA MARUPDE JEWFXE NELSCXN 194 RXI. Q. . so ring out three cheers for theta Sooo . . . The days of booking and screaming ome to a close once more as the Theta's pack up to return home. Looking back they remember how the year began with the ex- citement over a new pledge class. uring Homecoming Weekend, Diana Lapp epresented the Theta's as a queen finalist, and the Theta-Phi Sig decorations took honors. At football and basketball games the Thetas took pride in their two pompon irls, Terry Fellers and Annette Folz. he piano was often the center of activity here the Thetas demonstrated their prize- inning voices-so dubbed at the 1963 ledge Songfest, Where, much to their as- onishment and that of the judges, the heta's sang in four part harmony. lthough many people assume so after their umerous Waterfights, the Theta's are not 'all wet." 1 1 ' 2 """' W' 'Y' wi? V ALBA 1 111 1 9+ 1 ?" 1 1 5 1 1 X A , 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 - .1 . 1 f ' 1 1 1. 5 1 lv H ' U A V 1 X XX - 5+ , X 1 Ja. X 1 .1 . 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X X ' 1 1 Q 1 1 1 I ' 1 H 1. is 1 . 1 , 5. 1 1 1 if A X 1 . 1 ,1 , 11 lg . 1 1 A - '1 1 xi 1 1 W . 1 1 1 1 . 1 ,I 1 . A 1 . 'X . 1 r , ,. ,1 1 - 611 1 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 1 H3-1 ' W 'U 1 ' ' 5 An n I nmnounocn ' 11 aouarrou I s smonm wL.nm1 .1 r. suLzv n u ummm .1 coo: J A aoumum 1 sect saves v L mens .1 0 out The bright light in the Kappa house this year was caused by a star-studded pledge class which was destined to bring spirit and honor to the chapter. Outstanding pledges included: Freshman Queen finalist, Ardie Craig, second place in the Sigma Chi Derby Queen contest, Ann Villipiqueg twelve Little Sisters of Minerva, and fifteen members of Silver and Gold. Off to an excellent start of working and socializing together, actives and pledges en- joyed decorating for Homecoming, develop- ing a house cultural program, hosting a Christmas party for faculty members, invit- ing Kappa Mothers to a luncheon, and en- tertaining the Dads for a weekend. 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The second weekend in November found the Pi Phi's engrossed in the annual Dad's Day festivities with both fathers and daughters caught up in a whirl of events including the pre-game luncheon, a get-together with the SAE's, a party a Sam's, evening dancing at the Matterhorn, and Sunday brunch. The girls were proud to be chosen as one of the houses displayed for the Panhellenic House Tours in the fall. Other activities included a dinner for Ambassador Burros, an art show displaying the work of various Boulder artists, and the annual Christmas Faculty Sing. The Pi Phi's were happy to have Olympic skier Ioan Hanna with them during her training period in Colorado. They were also hostesses for the entire year to a German student, Cornelia Stussy. S90 llth Street. Smiling new sisters .. 1 ' . H! I I 1 :ff 1 1. ' -A L, ' ' 5 3 4' a G31 '2- 1, 1 . V' V ., 1 I1 1 1,71 f 3 , ' . 1- 1 -1, X 1 1 1 2 N.. 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D 1 I , , A7 NY, .1 ' fi 4 51.155 scnnsuucn Lons Koen Lons GREENBERG JOANN GARDENSWARTZ LINDA FALSTEIN CAROL Hmscn if 11. 03' 1 il .X-f 1 I Q 1 1 ' MAPTHA WAENEEY 1 1 ' Sansmn xmvo cAn6I.E cbnsn 1 1 1 1 , , , Y 4.. , , , ,,4 .1 . JUDITH KLEIN MIS ALBERTA MORRIS cnnouru Henman . vi . 1 -ff -J .,.. 1 1 I -1 SHIRLEY HEIMAN ,-0 1'T 1 , , , ,,,,,, 1,,,,7, V, I Y, 1, , ,- 1, ----.f1 .-Y----711 -V - 1 Peuuv GOLDSTEIN uv Pnsuue vnmsm umm. cAnoLe smnaanc ELLEN mv suaom r-Auux nossn Parr: sms-ross VICKI wzmamcn " ' W N 1 ff. I 'I 1 QT. ,I 1 ., 1 1 1 1 1 4 f' 1 1 Y inn 1, Y ii i 1 2 1 Jum soxsn cum Pomznzmz ' xhiw view. -rr-Em Lhniiifk ' ' siizrims sms Lvm ougonuurzn mme snuum uv: acnovuvz ZOO I 4 CAROL GLADSTONE '3 .mourn PELiYifhAN 'J ' i vALEmE Kenshin '-F1 1.-1 I :Qi-iv - 1 15" sua SALSTONE I annadhh WEINS'?OEgV w- MAFIILVN GLASER sigma delta tails spend weekends roaming hills The Sig Delt's were well pleased with this year's pledge class which successfully com' pleted two pledge projects, one for the house and one for charity. For the novelty party, the SDT's headed for the mountains, taking along dates, hot dogs, and guitars. In November the pledges gave a formal for the actives at the Green Gables Country Club in Denver at which time they presented a skit impersonating the actives and their dates. This was followed by retreat -a Wonderful weekend spent in Peaceful Valley. The year was made especially exciting by the welcoming of a new housemother, -Mrs. Morris, and by the knowledge that a new house will be completed in September. My Geisha. 1441 Broadway Musical chairs and you win. ' Q , ,-.---, -. , A q M V A 3 1- x 1 , I 1 ,, A -,,-.,-J ,,, , ,,-W ,W W, , , W Aj J. R wAursRs Q R. cnawuncx c. s cnewsuaw v L. swan n, L. MELLEN a o. Munmw NISTURIAN HCL PRESIDENY FHESIDENY YHEASUFVER 0 feta an 'Pl1a COT'J'.i6D I V . A AP? l Q ' Gy as J J A AETWZIEVWCT1 Q- A M11 STERlfEY1g?i-Q 3,9 LIND J,M,JcjHN30N 'MQ -U N, ,A ,Yili it 3 J S W? ' i V F I T w Munn BVSIBB oi? olovado 1 WKERNNER I 9 6 4 l K.L.HASTINGS "iE:QiJ6NEs D.L.JOHNSON X "4 ' 'EA2x.EvANs Y0.E.DURBON '5.A.BARTO Mas a.HAvNEs J.BUCKLEY ""' J.S.Ii6BINSO?4Y K.r..1eNn K , I I X Q b.n.,Eh6rTrkn'soN ' c.J.WxfLfsirf6s' ' 'r5QB.u.n.Lv L' Wlndfwif!-mfs i L Cms FFAIs6N M 'f Yl?G.'L0WREg! M' W 202 x hen the Zeta's returned this fall, they were greeted y the approved plans for a new addition that will e completed by the 1964-65 school year. The de- 'A' 'ful news was accompanied by the disheartenf announcement of an increased emphasis on The program, which was initiated fol- last spring's acceptance of the Panhellenic rophy for improvement, included nightly study for both pledges and actives and individual with the scholarship advisors and members. where the annual pledge active retreat was owever, the girls settled down for the CU eekends, which were held for both moms and ads in the fall and the spring. life this year began with a bang at Aspen H hroughout the year, Zeta's were on guard lest omeone steal their Zeta Bell, presented to them 1954 by their hashers on the condition that once was stolen it would then rotate among all campus ororities. A?.TAi:Sprinq 1107 12th Street eta's ern phasize scholastic program Smile - you're on Candid Camera. 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I iff V IZ' I I 1 ' I ,.,a-' ...cur , - . X ... I I I 1 I I I ,-., , L L, L I DAN R. KIELY PHILIP RBALCOMB " I 'A M 1 ,LA .' '- V 1 x " 513516 CYARSOTY nose" nvhkhvori ' I" ' I - - I 4 ' I ji if '13 " I I I I I I I N CAIIDOLL istrm ' mcruu1oL unicorn THOMAS MPUTNAM MARK E SULLIVAN I. 1" , I ,ls ,Ii V CHARLES n smafn ' WILLIAM E RICKEY L GRAHAM " DAVEYL HAFN ' W WEE: deunrl , 4 acacia emphasizes scholarship and swingin' parties High scholarship, campus politics, and svvingin' parties characterized Acacia this year. The traveling scholarship trophy was given to Acacia for maintaining the highest grades among fraternities, and in University politics, Acacia boasted three consecutive freshman class presidents, a senior senator, and chairman of the UMC Board. Acacia's annual Black and Gold Formal was held this year at the Continental Denver early in November. A Christmas Party was given for the Midwest orphans, who were delighted with Christmas pres- ents, games, and refreshments. 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Mcmm-Wan no aooomoce J H KENNEDY MGWWHEELER A A A A A, ' A- . 5 f-gr -Nq -9 W . - ,IC RULE R ,W ,L,GA,,E A RQ, ,,,g5,,,C,g J W. cW.Avs n.c,oorW.e o. wncnsn n w mvzn he annual Gold Hill "Bust" set an early ace for this year's ATO social activities. ayrack wagons transported the guests to he Spartan Ranch for an afternoon of orseback riding followed by an evening in he western tradition. The favorite party of he year was the Hawaiian Luau held in ovember where ATO beachboys and cofed ula dancers frolicked on the sands in the TO basement. The Black and White For- al was held soon after initiation in honor f the new actives. he goal of this yearis pledge class was to atch last yearis pledge class which had the ighest scholastic average on campus, while he actives tried to improve on last year's th place ranking. he ATO's left this spring anxious to return n the fall to a modern addition to their ouse. Ipha tau onfiegas 'cage Wing-clings rom colorado hills to hawaiian Islands v I I I 45 X '-up I I I I W D MCINTYRE F EARLE F R KINGMAN T MBLEMLER I I 32. ff D R GLANZ J L CHENEY RC. ORF Muni mn um szcnmusuv ,4-of fs- .-v R.L.MONTGCNERY J M BAILEY F K KLEENE I A W HUTCHINS R. D. BENNETT F GEHHARDT P LAFFEHTV wc: vnesmvu wax-1u,vav an-:nwruw 3Be11a Qhelfa 1IJi I T F TAYLOR I R lx NELSON J R -1' I v o ,, ilruuevsdfg 3, I ol? I ,1 , ,, , M M HEDRICK W B MC KOWN F? BERZINS IIg- I I I I olovmho ,. , I I ,I I I , I I I I I i I 2 I I I , , I E o Toumo N aosrwacx 11 s.noo'r MRS .EROSSER C. K . VAUGHAN J M WALSH 4'-9 J. M. MIODLETON I --q, -dz J W FANNING J R BUCK ww Q-11. umm .IW-.K w.m..Lu I Q...-., ,nu fri .LM muon M L ennucn ' 4 'Iv' R.x.AmswoR'm s J COHEN I ,Ai I J.W BEAL O W COCKLEY ,- ,ag I 1- . ,Q A I I ' -A ' 'J' I "' I ' , I I ' if i -T I -ffI' ,g:Q 5' I I I , I I ZF' -' ' ' 1 L R LAMPHERE T J aAR1oN ' .1 R muon w o asm, ' KJ eAuMANN sa em-vs Mmcnnvmm s m.sonENsEN The Beta house of tomorrow. beta's rnove fronfi ancient honeyrnoon hotel during oonfiing year The men of the diamond and three stars have had an eventful year. Along with the initiation of a new scholarship program, the Beta's have upheld their reputation for active participation in intramurals and enthusiastic social activities. Of great benefit to the outstanding pledges were their individual pledgemothers, a group of upperclass women or- ganized by the Betais to assist the pledges' develop- ment and adjustment to campus life. During the spring break, the Beta's proceeded with their "Peace Corps to Mexico" program with mem- bers traveling to Sinoloa to spread good will via "Cigarettes, Whiskey, and Wild, Wild Women." Next year, as part of its drive for progress, Beta's will move into a new house. The chapter regretfully leaves the old house with its tradition and sentiment behind with the realization that the new house will be an asset not only to the fraternity but to the Greek system at the University of Colorado. , L I , Y 1 , , ,1- THOMASEHAMM UM' ' ' 1 1 4 1 onvuo Quicken. Y YV- l .Z . E E..- W J, , . R KENT smxwvsn MICHAEL SASCHER wuu.:ANu EFREEMAN Roaenf s PIPER Mncnnsw anneo WILLIAM u BANZNAF ooueuxs A ennnsv-:Aw Jon:-1 ra sun I' I J- g . , 1 V 1 A 1 , I ev- N , -.ov 3 'Z 4 'TT 1 1 f 1 5 X GARY Ecuuwuum onmr SAIILIITPIEY mcmind R rususn, KEN? MZVBAPIK A szorzos c EADS W RCSBEEIA amen M A WJIRPQES R WILLIAMS iffufflll' VYCI VNEIWENT I'lE11DUAY YREISUIEW 1 hi 135i 1 1 .1 ':' 1 , . W 1 L 1 I 1 I 9 i , Q M. . -.-. - W X., STEVE KMERMAN uncut ucoox ooNm.o acneco . Q Q0 .nm c wneaonsn nAvm Auuonss DENNIS G,STOBlE A EE , A ? . QQ W? fa -, ' 9 W Q . ' " ' 1 " Zh I ' 'A L N 1 00 X X -' as 1 5 FF1 ' x - 1 I 1 f- - ' ., 1 , f 1 , .- Y " 1, "TI - ' 1 G7 ' 1 ' 1 ' '11 12 1 lj 1 1 ' A lf L NIU 48951 B 0 0 UPU U 1 wi' - 7 :YE ' 1 I ,E , E, E1 E411 Q '17 , NORMANDLREYNOLDS GERALD n.P1FER JEFFREY .mnompson TERRY L.CORZINE mcrmno a.KoEPNlcx MAURICE H,sTAuFFEn 171 A E' 1 V I I 1 1 l 41 1 A 'TL-LN L A 1491 , 'Z r N 1 1- X TAQKBGEHAHME' TEN c.EA'roN BERT?CE-OEKEZINE' PAHNCTAF UNDNER esoiiee PLINDNER STEPHEN H CLARK , , ,M ET. F, , , , , YA , 3 ' ". 1 , N f . N - I E . ,A , 1 x ' 1 5 1 1 A 1 . . 1 I W K " ' . ' ' , 1 ' . N .. , 1 ,I . I 1 N 1 1 -,M M1 W ,E , M A HA, K - E, E A E , E A mcufmo MMOREHEAD LARRY vunsvsns JAMES wwuzs MICHAEL uuosnwooo JOHN Escrmosnen J PATRICK ou.u.oN nossar nrnus RALPH s smrm e" .-. Z 'moms MOBER DANIEL 212 ,J DAVID LLANGDON ERIC HANSON SANDY CALDER WILLIAM S KARFIO 1080 14th Street. chi psi chosen top chapter Life at the Chi Psi Lodge this year measured up to the full expectations of those who have spent the past decade try- ing to rebuild it to conform with the changing pace that fraternities have set on campus. Not only did the Lodge excel on campus, but they were voted one of the top four chapters in the National Fraternity. The Chi Psi Bar Room Brawl highlighted one of the most versatile social programs on campus, while the high stand' ing in the Silver division intramurals and a place in the all-school football playoffs graced the athletic endeavors. Newest addition to the Chi Psi menagerie was a German Shepherd pup named Little Blitz, who is assured of follow- ing the infamous footsteps of the renowned Pancho of last year. , K V 3' 3 La., ,LL kj :it if M rimcrwio MAQEBRN JAME5iF5RINCE f f fweba BUELL WILLIAM 'Rumi Au" AAYCKLVIN fbHNElDER ' WJQSFN Hoosxms SKCRETERV VNCE PRESIDENT PFESIDINY TREASURER ps L Delta Sigma " YT? E E Q, .E E .L . L ' EW L E- -hd GERALD Hum JR RUSSELL Buss l Q Lf'-5, 4 L .LL L STEPHEN MARTIN DOUGLAS CAMPBELL A ' ' lung - ,Lk- E E-- E-. -2 Q 6 l E E E, ,E ' 4 M- ' Q9 4-5 511. , V L I Qun- 1 ' X "Elk X , " ' 4 N -QL. .E ' 2- ig X N I l 4' L ' av- 4 4, L K : I l ' 1 ff ' ' - L B s ,, 1 'Jr W E ' 9 . ' 5 1 1 I X L 5 o ova o ' E EEEE E 1. E- EEE HUBERT MOWERY JAMES MEEK STEPHEN wonx onvno CHAMBERS - ' - - ----A-- V- 'f '-iw I-?- H -l--V+- " J -1 '1 ' 1,-' :'f ' ' 'Y 3 , Y 1 1 Y 43' n --. ner 'M ,, , 1 ,W - ,- , ,4,l.,, -.ik W ---sr -11-Q LESLIE JONES Il JOHN REED JESSIE HALL EDWARD BEATY SNP MUNDY w ,gon JAME5'fRdw5RlDGE, ' KQNNE-fn VETQ ' CARLQEOQD ' ROBERT DALLEY ffriuiii scliii' M STEPHEN HOLTHAUSEN CARL smmf delta sig's continue to rally Delta Sigma started the new school year in ne style by taking second place in the omecoming Decorations Contest. The rothers seem to think they are going to Win first place next year. Last year Delta Sig's were active in campus organizations with many of the members oelonging to honoraries, political clubs, and the campus newspaper. Senior Larry Black was given the Dean's Award as the out- standing student in Business School. The Delta Sig Playboy party-without ounnies, alas - has been the greatest party Jet. At present, the boys are in the process of drawing up plans to complete the base- nent so they can throw bigger and better parties. However, until this project is fin- shed, the Delta Sig's will be running up to their little mountain roadhouse, A bottle of beer and thou. i- 1105 llth Street g. it N t ,Ir ' I I ' I I I I W - W ,- I I I II I ' V II -' I , I I 'P - ' I ' K . I ,gl I 'UB . 'W 7 T 0 I I '? v 74 M , - V 7 I W I ' A ' 1 . I I ,.. - 1 5 I , ., I II-, 7 1 I II' . , ' '73 ' 7 7 W 'W W I I 7 ' ,, W V W , I In ,IV-I, I I-...W 'F' If: I I , , l I I , , I 4-' c..I,answEn JWLLIGHTNER c asnvsns s u NELLIS eannoznson I-I I2 Irnnum R,V.SMl'TN s B ossonn .I G Enron v 0 nmnss eu. Pmce I I ' ' ' I Y I - , , ,, -I 'I7 I - mf I . V . . - -II I I I V 'I I I I I .. 'I U VI -b : , 'Z Q , Q ,Q ' V 'on .G . 4 I . A , ' 5. -A , W - I I, 4 4, . ' ' 1, . 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DUNKLEY L ILGRACE L.J ANDERSON R U DRANN S H NODOSON ' 7 7 7 7 MTT7 7 777'7?T 777 I 7 7' ' 777 7 7 7 " A" 7 7 'fr 47 4 V 7' 7 qi , I m -I 'nw AW I K A - ' I - . . . I , I 'er Q. ': I W -Wa 4. 3 , Ip A 1 I I I ' ' I- I 1 - I II I A7 fa- 'T' ' V 1' 77 X , I Y I., W ' I I I I ,, . ,YW , I ,,,,7, ,I ., , , , , , , , , , , . JV . ' . . -- I V - - JG DERNL L.E SCNRVVER J.G,MhXON E CMITCMELL W.R,WE5T RWNWWORTNINGTON LA SEYMOUR BR LE BUS J M DREUBLE CA HOLANUER DCTAFT . , ,, , I , ,, , , W , W W , . , ,, , V, I ,III ' - I ' I W .. W- V I I' ' ' '- - I ' L. F I , 43 I3 V 8 l , '7 '3 .' ,, ' , I -9 I I ,,., I I V ' I. 74 I I ' P X - I I I I I I 1 I I I , , , I, , I , , , VI J SIMS Y R HILL R I RIEF LC FISCNER E E. PALHEW S CICHRISTOPHER J W KNUEQER H A UILL 5.H NELLIS J F WNALIN 216 ust running scared might be an appropriate way o begin the 1963 saga of the Delt house. The rldest and largest fraternity wanted to' maintain ts lead. The fall season saw 37 pledges join together and beat every other pledge class that would field a team against them. Winning two kegs with each challenge, the pledges accumulated a large stock :of beer to satisfy thirsty actives. IFootball season did not include many victory arties but gave the Delts a chance to see some f their brothers in action. Kirk and Steve Os- orn, Ted Somerville, Ken McBride, Iohn Stem' mons, and Ben Howe all lettered. December shuddered upon the advent of the an- nual Saints and Sinners Pledge Formal. The up- stairs was decorated like heaven and the down- stairs like hell, but most of the party occurred in a liquid purgatory. Basketball season was interrupted by final week, :and Delts studied to raise their fifth place rating, nly taking time off to see basketball starter Bob oyce. Spring saw state golf champion Larry Mc- tee and Big Eight tennis champ Rich Hillway n action. In intramurals, the Delts placed second by win- Eing Gold division in wrestling, swimming, and rack plus all-school track. delts still running way out in front Camera shy Delts' I. .-. .,,. ., . I ..- I I I ,-.... .I III.. I . I I. I ,' 1, I. . :- ' I - " fr . - I 1 I I I I' .I K-..f,. III ri' I - . I II 5 I xl 'I' I-I. J I " I I A I I ' I ' . ' I ,. . I I . 'F I X I ,fx I N I I "I ' '3 I 3 V -U QI I ' . 'Q I H II ' 'Qi . I - 3 - I . - I . . '-3 'zz' 'I 6? I .1 1" 'f I I I X ,I R, . I A V . I f ,N I JI I - I I . , ' . I , , , I I I I ' .I Lucca: J ssscxzm A n snnsnsn ' c.c.sPENcen vs-row am Besson I RF smcovsc o M powsras I ' , 21.5 -- I ' I ' ' . .:.,.I:,, I I I .- N, ' .I I I ' I, I 'III III, Ip.-1 -. I I I III lu .xl . . II C I . I I I I I I I I I . .F I- , . I 1 . , 1. .. I 1 I I. A I z I I--if I -J I-. I I,:,II ,-3 I .- I .fa I ,ga I I I , ,r - , I ga . .II :LI ,fr I . I -3- I .., I--fs - I - .- . II ' I I x. 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I I I I - I " " I '. ,..v I f I ..4 I ' 13 .3 I " I I I I ' I I I I I -I I I I I I , I - I ' I I " f I I - If W, , - I, , , , -.- 4.1, W .I W Y . ...E ,Haiti .,,.....-,-4n- Y R c 'rrmon T. H. Lusv w. c. Mmou n.o. coopsn A 1. e. Jonnson J. L.HUTTON Jn. A. ALTANS w. M Kmuoo I I ,HI I II I-Ir? sl I If I I I V .I I I ' 'Y I II. I I -A: I . I - I I' Ii - I I I f IIE' I I 4 I I I I I. f' W I I I5 I II IA: 5. Ima, ww I I I . III . I s KELLER JR ' a Mfmigg ' L EIKOIEE' ' AITYXJEISS A ' WETJFI5' Y c.M.cnmz 218 I A .3 I ' ,I ... '-'-Q I ., -'P If 1 I ' n w smrmn I w Pavensou IIyifs " mi-' 1 i . II I I IMI. 'R I I: , I . I -it lb .-44 - L. ' I I Mn. rsrmsnencnen ra G I..-me I Irv .IIS I I . , ,. ,, I. I 7 px 4. v I- '- . .,, . . I. If a HALLOCK s 5 mcnous Y' I II 1 QI". ' f ' . f A mg, I -- N- Ii I7 I .J -F -47 . I I UA Moss' Y A Yo R EIILLERHHM I " 7 ' "2" I I' - I r I I F r 4' Q CI- I -er ,-ff I '-J 7' I . I . A'--"Ii'IfnHi:'c2IhE ' ' ' os renown' W- '- :I -' I,g,II I I I I I 'U' In . , I 17' '--- n I. mcremdnb' ' Fc'IZiIIvsL:N" II I A AMW '73-?43?21d I Y iw' I I I ,I-' I f ' I - T1 I -i ' I . I I I I Lf I - AI I I SI SCHWANTZMAH B CROSS V ' A I II? -- .f ' I - P I . I I' I I 'Z' " - I III5-:!t':I-I UI J .52 ? HIT. wnucsn .Ls anvvsnskm 4 558.1 . Saturday night . . . ' Y'4 L and Sunday morning. delta upsilon starts year with new house The DU's moved into their new chapter house this fall and immediately began to furnish their trophy case. Delta Upsilon came through with three first place tro- phies in the Silver League - one for their Homecoming decorations done with the Alpha Phi's, one for swim- ming, and one for water polo. DU's and Alpha Phi's win first place in Silver League. Rush Week and open. rush combined to provide the chapter with an outstanding pledge class - both in size and character. Pledge class unity was sparked by a re- treat at Estes Park. Social life got into swing with a Jug Party, and the spirits continued to flow throughout such parties as the Tahi- tian Terror, Midnight in Europe, and the Fall Formal. WE ' , -' f T -H I , V y ' . fr i ff V, 1 ' 7 '-2':"i,d, ' - A 3 1, f, geegg, A ' - .. 5- ., . N j . f..-wr,-n.f1'2 1-'Ti' f' sl,-.AM-1 . -. ' - . , . H t .,..,' 1 - A - S f f e :-- - ' t S - ,H X W X . A , - -X I. I I I, 1. 1- 1qgIIf1,1f11 5: gezfvfeiz I 1 . ... I.-Y ,A . . 1 A 1 I., -I1-1 III:-I 1- 1 1 I - I L: ' 'I 1 1112? 1 I ,I K I ' I 3. I 1' I IW II T. i 'D , I .Ii 1 ,ah I 1 I. I W . I 1 9 n I 1 I I we, A. l 1 I I I I I Id 1 - 1 -- -sk 1 .Ii -I I.. I X -A .1 f 17 . I . I 1 . K AA I :Qi-I . .1 1 1 1 ' 1' I " - a a sum: c.T cmsson nf wsmz axsravsus wmcocrmnu akncwvs LLBESERRA rr nsrnnn G r1.MAnxmLLEn J, e Mncnnus w v cnmm-.mourn I A I I I I AA AA I " 1- 1 1 I I' 1 I .- ' 1,51 " I - I 1 . A "-'m.I 1 , ' If N ' 1 I A I 'IA '- 'AD' ' I I F 2 A 1. ' A 1' I- 1 .' . I A or I 53, I , . :I I . I ,I I .. II I Qi I I ,,, I sv . I I, I , I 5 . I . 1 f.-. I ,Q - - 1 ,.. 1 i, I '-I 1 I .-:ff I I. I "-1' -' '1 I 11 51:-I A I 1 I I I 1 I . , , .H 1 7. , , ,IW ,S,,, 1 ,-,- . WV- . , , ... .Lsmnrn 4 L uccwas n L.xmNseu.A JJLDOHERTY o.a.cu1.vsn 1. w HOWARD J1.l wAu.ev me suvm .Lsaosev e1n.mu.eNsecr4 MAH!! M Cliltlvwtt 5l.CliUlv vlti PRILIMM Mulnlnlnr vnuauutl 1111151 vhnuun 1 1 W Q I . WA I . I appa- nsma I 1. I 2- 1 an 1, iq I 2' I . 14" 1 I ' . N I I- 1 -1, . -:: I I D I .-,.. 4 ., ,-. r w ancxus .nw seweu. J. museums Q ,I an Psnscr-:annum oo nuasv c,A1wmTen I C ' I I I I "--- .ff I ' I 1 -- I e gf? : 'Y' 1 - 1I"I"9 ' I', 4- I nc? If I , ,.- " .11 133' . I .I f J ' ' l ' If: -1 1 ov- 3 - A . I I ' I I A Illini ev if F 'ol v 6 ' 1 U S 0 O U 0 ' I B 1 L - ww - 1 I 1 4 1 Y , 1 ,,, ' ,Y -. T. n s scnozmucen amsmfrm-I n1o1sM1'rH .La auuen c.A.nowLs1'r an swm I I ' ' I "W" it iw ' ' ' I if I I . . I I I I . I ,1 '-1 I A . -, .ia.1 I I I I III H .1,. 1 . I '- 2, 1 'I' II :IV P ' 1' .11 I2 A I 1 , .3 I Iv, 1 I , I .pr I- ,II 3 f- . 1,4 I , ' . A Q. ' I 'A 1 I If I . ,I .gl ,7 1 ,3- 1 ' "U I ' I I I . , Ya, ., . - ...I .1 lq +11 . f. 1 I nw, f- --,.. A-Y - - Y c n.:u.sns naaaasonm uwrwv .1.c.mcxsoN H.e.wn.u.nAM n SVBROWN .1..:. McNA1.1.v mmoouarnv P E cnzsn I ' 7 in ' ' ' " I' W ' ' ' " ' 'I - - g ' I . -. "' . , 1 1 . 1" 'I -ws. A I ' I I ,IK IQ . ' I . I 1 gI 1 -. 1, . I 'R A . I ' I 4 I I 0 3 I 9 1 var 1 H I- ,I -II 2 I I 4 I , 1 I I . . , 1 .1 -1 1 Q1 , 1 1 - , I .. J r I I I ,d 1.,:, , ,Q I ' x . . . , 1 . . I. ' . . I ., , 1 I 1 I . . 4, -Y A n N oven c a nussen J.m,FLAnen'rv L,E.LIVlNGS'TUI c.Lo.srzwAn1 n.n.AL1sn .n A mmcos c.u..vz1zsAcf+sn of enorren J R ausmzxzn s J s'rnz'rz I I .. .I ,. , .. ,,. ,, I I . I, . I , .... 7 ' f , I ., , eg' I I 1 ' " . I II X I 1 1 Q 14 I 1 N . - II - 3. -- I . Itf' I. 1 1 I n 1. 1 I IG I III 1-' 1'-2 I' gf- -I mf- - I I 1 I f P II - 1 II, : - 1 ' I I I -. I I . l I ? , A : A I A . . I . ,5 I I I I I 'gg A . I I I . 1 IIN, I ,, I , ,, , ,- ,. . Y, 1 . . I - - s w wn.cox n c srsvsns 1 nsmnm .v.n.rAm.ev .l.m.PAnmsn A s.n.auu.ocx J.vLoonnz1.u..v wr. Pmnsv 1 nfuoccn R.G.CARLSTRAND s1cuANnLzn , . . I.. . I .Y I .,. H , , .W 1 I.. Q ,.. I . I F41 ' . - ' ' . ' 1 HIT: I - I I.:-I I'-I .II A I 1 J 1 T' I1 I A I I I I A ' II II.I I . ' I ' I I 1 f I I 1 AI .VA I - I ' I .. I Av- I' ' 1 I I I I -:5 I rj N 1 1' I '13 X I 1 I ,. 1 1 I I I ,,,, ,, H ' I ' n w Aswan sn :sues ofnauu.ock A YIMIf.ViIf.SWIl RLNANEY an A an cmumess vn nnmszn an ezxrrfv Ln. Benson w. 1. nu'r1 220 A healthy balance of scholarship and social- izing was the goal achieved by the Kappa Sig's this year. Social life got off to an early start With the traditional Christmas party held in September. The next Weekend saw the New Year celebrated at the house. A Toga Party with the Phi Gam's topped any Roman orgy. After last year's fourth place rating, the Kappa Sig's again emphasized scholarship. They improved their study table program by having several actives attend to help strugf gling pledges. Several pinnings were celebrated this year as men were thrown into the Water sur- rounding the house to the tune of "Cross Over the Moat." sage kappa sig's rnix scholarship with socializing E 1100 Pennsylvania Avenue Kappa Sig's Christmas in September. niclmne l 1 Jann L. Pleat? Y , J V.: r muon: ' 9nu.iinh'H3o"rsou' ' ' I ,, , ,QA "GAMES c, aucmmu A ' N TCE-vibn' WEBSTER N 222 v . , - L I I -0 sr ' J' f l Y' Q ,. -, ,,.. , -I 1 Q '71 ' -3- , 1 1 f x . mme wen FELIX M. Dzsuss DUANE w xsnxsou Nixon zsmux 'nm F Mm-sn Leo .1 smcnesw JR onvm Luca NEIL F mssseu. I -Q nmbda Glxi Alpha 'Q , ' X. M 1 9 -Q 'AJM4 I ft -'T A ' -j R ,,, ur Y' Q rneoL.s'rsnomN.m. 3 HT JZ E 9. ' J if Vo' w wb - ' law dd 11 .Q K VIR A vm Qursouei X 'J' Qlinfucvsiizg of alavmflo f GEORGE LAURENCE M, ZOHN r - , 7? "3 4-ff I , U, .-.,.,...-.l.. .. 1- ...,-.,,4.l.J A JOHN E.2ou.ER DAVID G.BOYD "MoM"cas1'ELr.A PAUL T amen Q ,1- ff' . - 'Ji ' A ' bon 6QWElMrIaTNt'nNc1MuNnun mhihon 'A YYJAMES sicmxksfi rmvm ri'rC16c6r ed:-Qu. hHs1bRExS"' 'mcrun ,Lrnsnemcx lx ,' I I J- -2- , x 1 A- V- Y,,7f,.., , ,.,. A, , I , , , , W Y 774 CHARLES C RICHARDS JAY RRENFROW ARTHUR W.MCALLlSTER JOHN EROBERTS J TURNER ATKINSON CHARLES F MISURA SNERWOOD H ANDERSON SOCIAL cmuuum az:-acunv ver r-a-:swarm P-umnwv mHL,pw. ..,-qu -..,. ..,,,., ,, ,JL , IP' moms E esmevi W sumo kucsrsno .. I .-Q Joan w Anmsrhous JR J, ELAINE GRIFFITH JR 1 0 FREDERICK G GLUCK " 1 -1 use 'r, 'vnc'rbvTL7sos'rnon omo n CHARLES Vt BROWN JOHN U. FREEMAN he past two semesters combined to create a good academic year for the Lambda Chi's, with their fine new scholarship program. Yet despite the outstanding scholastic rec- ord, they again maintained an exciting social and athletic schedule. he social year began with a rash of woodL .sies and informal parties. Winter brought with it a spectacular SuperfSkier Fasching, and spring initiated the Zaporog-Cossack lVVar Dance tradition. When warm weather finally returned to the IRockies, the Raft Race was continued. The :male and female contestants exhibited their hysical prowess by paddling inner tube afts skillfully over a Boulder Reservoir obstacle course as hundreds of students Watched and cheered for their teams. Chils 1506 Broadway. super-skier fasching and paddling party I-ligh Society. Irving captured second place in Winter Carnival King contest m i .. BAL' V. .U , , Y , mari: ,V - . ,si i mi . f---1- - A in is ' E is Q, - Ki! " '-13' I I I I I I . I ' 11" f -L - . ,i,:.,,. .. I 23 4. " , 1, -f . 5 I , ni Y - - an v . fn , , ,I I 'vp I A34 -na IA-A I In D Ar, I -. -4, ff, . 1- .. 3 , ' , ,. 4 :-f. 1 6 ' ., II 3 - X . 1- 1 -' I - - - ' " - if," I -44 f I . ' an If I . ,. . I,I : ' ' ' I ' ' I I I R VL NULLIN -l D SNAND RA BIORN R MJELLEV LRNAYLDR 1.5. FANNEBAKER J D YOUNG BJIHARRIS B.-LGRAVES R LLEUTWILER R0 BURNS 1 3 I ,I 1s"'f' '- 1-ui , - ' , "I In I 'Cf ' ,, . , ,If ,S 5-I '18 ' I 24 I I I I .LI II. I if . 'v' -4' A - -'ff I -: , -: IX-f -' A'-'Q' .fx IIII J , , 5 I I- ' ILZJ I , ,I 1 C SPRINGER C E FISHER J SGIBSDN J R HILL J. YVYMAFYIN JA SEELEY J HKEMP C I THUMQS C NBLANTON A M DENGLER GPAFISONS ""i'3f 'fl-'li' Tdlrl. Cb-LIIAAN BKIINLYGRVII -1 vt! FNISIUUIT NNZSIIUVY 'NEl1J'lY9 huthf LIMIXMIAI1 v4UU'Il, MAYUAULH lliflllahl SHIKHIH .. I ,A -- I - ,V ' ' I , .V AI I I 'N . I ' ' B111 9 a I 217 f N II! ,A 'F 14 a .I ..,, A fI 3 '-" ,Ip ,I ji fi- '--v 4- -,, -1 I 5 . , by 'ILT' Q. tr ' ' " I , .. A B I . . ,J G SHELLEY J. C Hl-'fl' N B WILKINS L B. JACOBSON I g L ll B SMITH W. C. BROWN 0 JHAFITMAN T NORTON I ' 'ft 5 . 9, , II., In .a -an g, I-gp '- , .- I -4 - ' . ' ' L9 3:51 I .Sw I-5 -1 'L 5, I 'QI N, F. x' " . 7' ' I . UIUCVSI. IB D U UPU 0 I 1 ' '11 F l 6 , u ., I G 5 JEWNES T M LANE I E F WHEARY 'l E SNAIL I J N LOFGREN Rl PETERSON N L WUERGLER M U FRINK I - I. lb, I I, ' ' A f" A X5 I I' I 17 ' I ' ' 'f I - 9- ' 'I or - " D "" , , A fi ,IRIA , 1 I A , in 4' I - In 'A I ' . i IJ . 'Q-. .3 ' - x I ' -J I -A -P. . - I J - . .9 .- . , I I . I , ,. 'III' I WI' ,I ' I II 1 .27 I 'I I 1 , . I I' l I I . c ovpsnmmn c e uzv LR fuss c,s 'mon we K names x.u,xAurmAn n..1.vomc wxmnwooo R, s,Pnes1oN n,x.s1Amc o..:, mxcxsv , . W H 2-if 42 Y 14, ' A. ' IMI, TT, I w :.,gI . ,,I I I , , 1 ". - .. 'P I .,I I ' ,ni W nf -"', P IJ -" 5- ' J' I'- . I , , ' , -A ' .J ' 9 -QI - -4 .N I- -1 -ff. . If .L -4 if -, 2, It, . LJ:-,V I I I I . ., ,, , . I, , I . I . - I c vmnnonsn um. ssssnons m J. s-msnca J mmnssn A.:.nouAn n.x.v-monroom. nnuvnoa J.L.DNNA s c smmous w nrznms J. asmoen L 7 Y g' I wi ' I Y' W Y . . .,:"?H I it , I I I I? I:',I I I .I I - , . M., , III - . , -. H ' ,Q 1 MI ,AI ' I ,,,. ff.: x -' ' , II I 5 . .f ' I P I I-Q -v. 4' , H.-I ' ,, -' -of 'P I' "' -4" ,f I -A .- " 1 V It NIC.. I.,I ,':' ,fy A 1? ,: -ILQ, -7, - , , ,I -I. ' ' ' .5 ' I - I 7, ' 4 f .I , I ' I ff ' I 1 " ' , I. 45 1, JI, - I' I 'II ' .pa 5 - ' I I ,, , I .A l I , , . . ' . I Q Axomsousos 1 w,w.mm.ncH r:,c.u.vono or LENAHAN a.s.nunsoce o,s..nomson omvsneuwe e.Awoous s.A.u.mosev J.a,eAn1.ow maoooo Y I A I I ' ff I .1 .fi'1 gm II f i' M I I1 I I 1, - ' - II, I I I , I Ig I I 4- I I I, IIIII I ,. ,ga -, I nv ,f r ., 9 , -J -I x .f- E ' .::7r' I ' 4, 'L -5. J -5' ,X - ' 'X-5 -5 - - , ' - 5' "f I I, 1 V 5 I ,' ' I I I I , f I I 1 . I I f I I 1 I f A .- . I-M - . 1 . u n cumnnnn w. s WRIGHT u noavns an Pevsnsou ns.xem.en 11 nuns 1 mloon: .n umm n nsvzruenson ns maucnv .1 n ww-ren 224 1111 College Avenue. a phi delta fi ret: The brothers share everything, including dates. pledges retreat A with sorority Ordinarily every day is CU Days for the Phi Delts, but the '63 "CU Days" proved espe- cially fruitful as they not only won the char- iot race but also received Grand Prize in the All-School Song Fest. When they returned in the fall, the Phi's were greeted by a new and charming housemother, Mrs. Kauffman, a German exchange student, and a member of the US Olympic Ski Team who stayed in the house during the fall. A big first for the Phi Delts Was an inspiring pledge class retreat with Delta Gamma. Mr. Grubbs and Dr. Barnett spoke to the pledges A A on "A University Education" and "The Greeks' Role in a University" respectively. The pledge class project was a Christmas party for the children of St. Vincent's Gr- phanage of Denver. The children were en- tertained by such games as "Thumper" and "Pin the tail on the Santa Claus." Party time! Y iw Y , ,. , 1 ,,,l -W if 5 ,, W' ,ws V 3 .1 , -or ' wi, 1, -' I I 1- 1 J X . 5 '3' '- -:Y . h ' IS ncunasrm ur FOEDYGE R as FULLE31 Y YL' dA.srik5Aus Y rmscnsunekQ l' V1V8.5TiRBiAAT- T l. .MQ 'YY W 7'i Y' A V ' 'Y T .1 W , 1 ' 1' . , fi .' 1.1 + -0 5 V7 M "' f J b , i ., V V , -, ""'-, . 'D' 'X ' w . c s.cm.ussen n x REEVES' " .1 anowsu. ' .:.c csuumm 1.s.oA1En 4,-Q-U.-J m-v.-- f-1.1,-Q. -1-Wm., ' Z ' " ' ' fd - -m x f - U 5 Qbamma cl . 'l , up K M4 W cmwslv. ivfifjnxs ' -E iwgusn I 9 ' 6 4 :A - v 3 , "n, ' ir" . c 3 F l'Auxurm'vl . v , V I I I llniucvsily oi? olo ab FJ. - Y V w H cmfbs E A enuuxr-mam 1 X .5 A ., A ' "4 I ' , W bx A I "ci QAWBEH' ' 'M' ninov 'mx Ehbsors ' W 11k.ioG'rsn 1-VLZEPRENTISS snnnvme . An, M-, .LV Ja, ,. .,,, -T.,-,,-i , ' N 4 3 1, I - , V Y Q rI,1.1"' -, X... ' a X -fy ' gf .. .- 1 I x ' I 5 1 --.--. ,l. g W . - i l xv , f an mason annsvsns n.u.zsnaA T.Vl!1UTT w,.a.n.ocxs n.w.asnas-row s n azsv sc E nuannvnc Ki Y f f H M-V Y 'U W VU" W ' 'I ' 1 , 7 . I 1 1 ' 1 A I ., " W L 2 ' . - , .- .g,- A i ' w . -. . . 5' .I X X ' r ew H Rn 4g ,A W-, 11, MH, 1,6 , ,,,,,,A,,g 7 A C.A.EKLUNO J,c,woLLnAa amwmausn .u..aenc TJ, snezn s.o.swweLL Au cnnwrono K L Amceu ,,,,-,,fT-,, f..,i-,n Y f R' y -Kr, - f. . V w Y N 1 N , , Q 1 I Y W I n, EEEESSEYW ' Ewfckiiulli ' ' s.s.mc: ' in znmemwa nsmvnn an. fn.vn:u'ruP c A suoow -I T KELLY hi garrirha deltefs excel caclernically, socially their past history, the Fiji's seem to have put the em- on scholarship. The house has a Whole received a credf grade standing, and individual scholarships awarded three joint Honor, three Regents, one NROTC, and athletic. scholarships were given for raucous socializing, the Fiji's be millionaires. The year started out with the Inter' Military Ball and was followed by the Barn Dance the Homecoming Roman Toga Party. Springtime in the saw the Fiji's in a civilized state at their Black Dia- Spring Formal and in a more native mood for the un- BIG party of the year, the Fiji Islander. Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire. xii af ga... D .fi I at-i ' --8 A-cw '-u 1092 Broadway Fiery Fiji Islander. om 'est i -' .4 . 'Z' JOHN HERBERT STEVEN STOCKFISH I I I V .5 I ,-v -r I I I I I I I I I I .IUERGEN SCHLENZ GARY Youne Auanev wzs'r WILLIAM DURANT GARY FORSBERG James VINCENT 44' , c -i l crsamss Fsnsusou WILLIAM ue voums HENRY IMADA JoHN ou.I.Ev Dnvm ceonse RICHARD SUNBLADE JERALD DVEIRIN SKCHIYIFY VIC! VUE'-IOEHY PRESIUCKY llllkflklkfll PGIDGI YWAININ . I , I D - I U - I 1 , ragga f sm I I fx, I W I ,Q "' I .f I I . I .3'-vvffl' 4- I , fi I I L If I vm. PROST aAnv Asnuav WILLIAM mcxox I: h svzvncu FRYMAN navmouo FLYNN JR HENRY mornin Z va P ' ' ' ' "4 . "M, I. ,.,frf'9 I I I I I . .' . I ' I I I I , W- ,I RICHARD PENY MALCOLM KAISER PAUL RAVENNA I I I I R 1 1: It '7 " I - v, 1. I 'JI ffl ' 1 1 I I I KERN WALCHER MKZHAEL LIBBEY WILLIAM STARKWEATHER ! , I I I I 41' , .J I I , I A , J fy. . . , 5 I.. - -ervfi-5' ,F . . ,. . u1'Qxxf1.-4 .17 W1 17", -gf gin' 'i'-' "3 r 'I ".f.L-T-I ' fi. X A nnoersmb 91' 'S oi? 'olovmio I 9 I3 4 -5 4-ov' BRUCE KENNARD THELMA ANDREWS C.L.BESTOR MARTIN STARK ,-P I I I I I I I -d fr' KENNETH SHALEEN esonse GLEASON ALAN BIRKBY ROBERT 4":-. .4 Q,- I I TED MC KNIGHT ' ROGER WILLEKE A JAMES HIGBY V CHARLES DAVIS PAUL WILDERSON CARL SWANSTROM ERNEST GREEN 1 Q.-R C' hi psi's host german exchange student 'uergen sehlentz esides maintaining an active role in con- rolling this year's uninhibited pledge class, hi Kappa Psi was active in campus events and the honories of Silver and Gold, Scab- bard and Blade, Alpha Kappa Psi, and rnold Air Society. In athletics, Phi Psi has ept its leadership in Silver Division track and maintained a respectable position in the top AllfSchool standings. The Phi Psi's were fortunate this year to ouse foreign exchange student, Iuergen chlentz, a marketing major from the Uni- versity of Nuremburg. Juergen has done :much to acquaint the Phi Psi's with the con- temporary problems facing Germany and the problems of international relations. lt lhas been a rich and rewarding experience having Juergen as a guest. X :fin -Q - am:-XP X rk s..Xq,.L X . X, - , f . J X X X M111 X, X .ly A X X X X - X X X X X ,XI -JF X -an ' ' X 9 X X X X X . V X X . . .X X XXX lk X I - V I X 'X X X X XX I ' X , ' A X X J 4' A X X. X K, ' , X X X X X V " X X X X X 1 X w A,weX.Ls 5.1, vm owes .momma cu.noxA1,A a DEVILLING 2 CALLAGHAN nr :mem M o mccLsLLAno n n. LUNUBLAD 1 'W ' ' ' T X . , , . X - X X X X X X X X . - , .5 - X ' . 'X X 1 " XIX X X 1 X, :. X X1 X 1 ix XXXuX4:X,7'.b X 1 ,JI X ,Q X , X 4 X X XJ. XX A X Xi-, :X .-A . 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M w.a wnmow o. nfmomnsou s.ccLAnx c.vn'noursoN ILRIRESLD .X.AwAX.L 1 LWHITE 230 ir., 5, ,i gi., 'l Q QA A , .li , v , 1150 College Avenue phi tau pledge elaee rnoves tarred actives off old platforrn onto new surideck nce again this year the Phi Tau's donned he traditional Viking garb and galloped cross campus in search of their fair young aidens for the annual Viking party, comf lete with moat, drawbridge, and caves. ther activities throughout the year in- luded the Christmas Party, the Pajama arty, and the High School Party. he pledge class Worked to improve the cholastic average of the chapter and also ontributed greatly to the comfort of the ctives by constructing a wooden sundeck hich, on hot days, was found to be much ore luxurious and considerably less sticky hen the old tar roof. he signihcance of the Phi Tau pin dropped ubstantially this year as seven of the broth- rs celebrated Christmas by becoming en' aged before the new leap year. The horsey set -0 'I' ..- 'L' 'L' x I . -W v I s 'O I I ,, I , I I A INV LIYTMAN ROBERT ENGLE HARVEY BERKEY LARRY LONDER STEPHEN WEINSTOCK WILLIAM CARNEY DAVID ALBERT RON VODIAN GERALD BOGRAD ' MARSHALL HELLER MARVIN FRIEDLAND .. I I Y I I I ' ' I I ' 4 an I ,Q 'F' , -F I I . I I " -4 I ' I ' -0 - -J I3 I I ': I ,-,fx ,- ,: , .I 'S' , - ,- I I f I I - . I I I, I , , -,I, ,,',,,,- I , ,, W, Y , 1 . - JERRY KAUFMAN RON BROWN ALAN LEVINE RONALD SALIMAN MICHAEL MAURER MICHAEL BRAVERMAN BOB BORSCNOW MICHAEL GOLUB MIKE SNYDER GERALD SYEIN Au-AN Bgnpgqwpfz - -A f Z I YYVY I Y- L- I 2 I I - I I , .-I I I . , ., A fa Ig 2 rg, gy -57, -, I 4 2 5 Y J I . I I, I L., ,j I- -1 F, '41 ,, F If ' ' ,-4, ,.. I - - - I 1 ' 4 ' - . I X , , -1 I I X D I ,. I - 1 ' I I I I L , KJ L. WLT7 ,.,, , . , .L , . , , M Y R'C'W'D 5"E"' H Y 5TE55SE'i.9I'2'5I'o"D Y 509551 93529 "L"IIHI?Ifl5 ""!I2f"'33IIfIfI'I'3 "o"'iIY32I1'f"' R'c'I5I5P55"'AN A!:I55f'IjI2Z'5.." 5'EYF,P51'S9I'i'TZ SW Sfffsso'-"NEW . 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I I I I I I I I , ,I N. I I I il: I I . steve VIEIRRICTI s'rEvmn'r anooxs A xeuusn? ALB-AN Neiman s?n36xs ' GARY AISRIN Hbvuiao zzpaspm A mcnmo susmm mIcnA:L I.us'rIa sreveu Mwbn' " ' svzvz woman susmn I -f-I - - - 4 I - W -- I I I I I I I i an K 142 'PA 'C , , 'wat .4 ' I '. , I. I .- , .- I I I I of - . I. 4 . fs , I - I I - I ' I ' ' L, I I' . ' I-I -. ,.7' 19. I I ' ' E Z . f, L , , . at J, ,,Wii..., , , ,,.-i. I . ,. , ,. .,,, , ,Y I - - I RALPH SCNEUER JK BASSHAN STEPNAN KAHN RONALD DOMONT L GARY MOSKO MARYIN SMITH GARY WEISBLY NORMAN BELL MICHAEL DRACHLER PETER GOLDSTEIN IRA' Y W"-'W' ' 'mg' 14" 'H Y Y I , I I - - 0 I , I. I I II- I - I Ii . - I -,I I I I x J -H if ' 'I ' I Y ' I 5. .II , I I , ,I 1- ' I '-'47 I ' 'fd I, 1, ,., s. S4 - I I I . I, I . I V I I s I . I I -,,, --w, YW . ,..,I WILLIAM PRITIKIN CLIFFORD BLAUGRUND 232 ,MILL QREENBLAW ROBERT BERMAN cnsv scnwnnrz enum eunsvzm ' JEFFREY Lmoscv ' uxnnv AMEOSE University Avenue. phi sigma delta top fraternity in Scholarship fhe Phi Sig's once again proved their ability to combine high scholastic achievement vith prominent campus leadership and suave socializing. As a result the Theta chapter was named number one Phi Sig hapter at the national convention held in enver last summer. Ifhroughout the year the Phi Sig's emphaf Eized scholarship after having attained a .76 the previous spring, the highest over- all grade point ever achieved by a living unit at CU. They took time out from studying to erect this year's Homecoming project with the next-door-neighbor Theta's and were awarded a second prize for their masterpiece. The ever-popular Champagne Party was held early in December. After dinner and a show, the Phi Sig's brought their dates to the house-transformed into a night club and managed to dispose of two cases of chamf pagne. "" ' r 1 'U -. .. 1 1,,.,-,-...-1. ' 1 X 1 1 I 1 ' , 1111 11' 11 1' A ' X X 11, 11 .,, 1: 1 , . ' .J , 1 ,A A ,Q f.. 1 -7 4- 1 .. 1 -, -. 1 - . . . 3,1 1 1 . X 1 - Y 1. 'Y . in T . H- .... ,1 YW, .,.. , Y , A, , nun erm snenwoou meow ozoms mcmnosou mcrmno senosn NEAL Jonuson nnnv .nonnson swvnsu Pnzmm wav womsow mecmn suwnu Joscvn mm. Norman vooen .1 1 Y 1 . , 1 1 1 , , , 1 .sy 1 ' X vw ' 1, A ,, 1 Q I Lf r. v ' ' '1 4 1 ' , A , 1 , , 1 . 11 ' .- 4' 1 1 13 ' .3 1 ,l 2 '1 - -G XXI XX ff X X X 'A -1 1 .-.L a,ff-rx V LJ. - N . ' ' 'J' . mb' "' ' - X .I . " - 'S x 1 '71 1 "" ': 1' , 1-V 1 I 1 f ' 1 ... 1 X i , , , , , , . ,- , . ,Y -Y , WJ.. , AY , .,. 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'. -Q X -9 1 ,... .3 1 -.f ff Q -1 "P X ,X 1 - - 1 J - A 1 1 1 1 . 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - , . , - 1 - 9 Joscsm vneswnx MICMEL Palmas mvlu uxmn aoeem' neun :uw-mo svmsvon noasm muse .an .was umcn out mom: :om oofvsv onvuo mens: Pmm mv: 234 pi kap'S famous during homecoming From mopping the floor to screaming at a party, from a study date to a short stop at the Tule, from participating in all the in- tramural sports to talking campus politics, the Pikes experienced a well-rounded year. This year's Barn Dance was held at the Trof jan Ranch early in November. A hayrack ride began the affair where Winnie Wellein was later crowned queen. The Pikes' efforts in Homecomoing Decorations were popular until the Boulder police saw fit to remove them. The Brothers have become renowned for their ability to throw perpetual parties unequaled by any others on campus. The Pikes were proud to have Brother Neal Johnson active in campus politics as vice president of the Student Body. With a su- perior pledge class, the Pi Kap's look for- ward to an exciting and brillant future. -1 . ..-,. . 1 -..-.f. .,..e-- ' 1 1 1 1 ' '- . 1' fx- .. 1 '11-1 ' 1 1 1 3,1 X, " -X11 W HXXXX I- , 1 .1 '1 1 XX . A - . . 1- 4- ,.1 . . 1 1 1 1. ,1 111- ,w 1 Q 1 1 ,. .. 1, 1 1 4 .1 ,,1X , . H 1.1, 11, . 1, 1 1 , 1 1 1 . . 1 . 53 V i X K X I '2 X X 1.5 I - 1 I? 1 3, X. ,Ui '1 1 X Q - 1 1 1 . A 1 ' Q" 11 v 1 . - 111 -4 11 .Q ,A X 1. .A r '11 'O I 1 I X1 .A I1 . F -17 '11 -,-,v "ff -- 1 ' ' ' 'S' -3 1. -5- ' 1 --X ,X , 1 tr A 1 X , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' K . 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 . f 1 1 i 1 , 1 .101-Inn cmssav .1 env monmson srevuen snsonnson anenr Lmnuennu w1L1.1Am R aecxwmu nucnfmn s nmnsn mum n.nenoAnce Leuxnu aeewns mon neweu. moms n Hansen 1 1 1 " ' ' ' 1 , - 1 1 1 11 .pl .-- 23 3..--Xw X - 1 lx 1 ,..- -,,., J.,.,' , X. 'fi . 1 ,aw K . -2 ,, 1, .1 . , 4 , 1 1 , 1. 1 X X 1 . ,, X X .X X' X111 ,X . 1, -1 -1 .1 - 1 1 . -. 1 1, 1 1 1 , 1 4 ' - , 1 , .. 1 1 X .X I 1 . X A- X., . 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' -6. 6 7. :Q .ff 1,,, 1 -,.-, 1 1 f 11-1 11, 11 14 1 ef . -,X X .X X 1 , X 1 . 1 1 1 I . 1 I e' .Innes A Means une vuceru. .m. wmv e.p.-nmcx ' 'rAvl.on aoannson ' mcnnnn .LGRAHAM oonm.nn.Fu1cn nonA1.o .Lanescmn men w. onus nu Lnnnv n.xeu.v mcunno nsmcmno 236 big gorillas and jailbircls on SAE scene hen two big apes came growling into the i Phi dining room one November after' oon the girls were somewhat alarmed ntil they discovered that the gorillas were nly two hairy SAE's practicing for the ewly initiated Iungle Party. Later in the emester, a genuine paddy wagon cruised round campus arresting certain girls who ere due for a trial and severe penalties t the annual Jail Party. highlight of the year was the selection f the Little Sisters of Minerva, an hon- rary for freshman girls, originated at the U chapter and now a national institu- ion. The girls were happy and the selec- ors happier as initiation was completed nd miniature pins given to the new Little isters. 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' --.1 1 X' ' '27 , --0 Tl 1 X-1' 11 -I 1 D F DAru.1N P .1 v-mwrnsv B M .oouwson DA BERTRAM M.A.NlELSEN .l1J.cuR1'1s 01.1 JOHNSON A 1..Ho1.MEs JSPANANELLA EACRONICAN , , 1 - - -- 1 1 2-W 1-1-----H --f--11 1 1 1 ,L ' A l 1 4 0' 1 if +'- 'E "' r . . .1 ,, I. 1 ' 1 ' 11, . - ' 1 1 - 1 A 1 . f 1 1.0! 1 11" 1 ' ' G' "1 3' 1?i"-A A 2. 1 1 ' ' ' . 1 u 1 ' ' ' 1 pd 1 " -A 11 1 1 11, ,Jah 1 .Q - , ,H -P . - 11 . 1 1 1 -1 4 -, .-Z1 1 -Y 1, .5 I. ,A "9 .gg - 13. X., y . , , 1 1, 1 1 U '. 1 1 1 I 1 1 . , ' , .1 , 1 -1 1 1 - K ' 1 4 1 s B Munpmr as Monxm MLAUFFENBURGER M.n.PE:n n RMAMMOMD A.J FRANK w1a. ALEXANDER M s1DoR1us .1 5.FossuM M G FIEEEKKORN 238 ouse decorations he Sigma Chi's in a joint effort with the lpha Chi O1r1ega's revealed their hidden alents and "bowled over" the judges with heir Homecoming decorations. The result the Sig's are the proud possessors of the rand prize trophy. he Sigma Chi Derby initiated the sorority ledge classes into fraternity life. As the orty Sigma Chi pledges watched gleefully, he girls went through such trials as the imbo, the mud dive, the chicken chases, and he jeans painting. Many additional eye- allers were on hand for the beauty contest, ut the Sig's had reserved all the ring-side eats for themselves. hen not studying to maintain their rating f third on campus, the Sig's relax around eir swiming pool in the back yard. Swim- ing. is yearfround sport for the Sig's-- at's why pneumonia is so popular among e newly pinned. 1715 Aurora Avenue. igrna ohi's throw strike to win homecoming Rub-a-dub-dub, more fun in a tub. I P' 1,15 ...A CARL CHALLEREN N x JOHN Toon s r, ' ' ul. IQMLI i JIM LINAM ,Q LI I I-:ar f-'Q I I I II I I 'JN I V I I I ,,, I I"w " was If:- I 4 I I I ' I I 3 mmnv IIILIEE L, '41, BILL KILLIUS :-.runs vnmmn VII, .,- A EURL JAMES I I 'IIA ' .4 I , , , BILL HINTON , WEEE, I . ,: I 'fc I ,.. I Q .. . I DAVE HOCH V, ,,, AIAIIII PHIL SHUEY ,,, I,..,,Y,,iI 1-11. JOHN NAGELY KERM MARQUARD RON BLADKBURN I I I I . I ,., , ,I,,,,,, ,Y I , , I LA, ., JEFF xmcnom Boa ELSTON WARREN Houcwron Jenn 'momns BILL won.r ' Jim s1e1r.:EnwALT I I I 'ff .. I I I I Ir, , 1, , ' I I , I ' V if A I .., I. In A -1- - , If-I -I. f ' ' - I I -' I , I. I Q. ,. A I ' .- -- I Q-'J .1 ' N '49 1 ,,Y, ,A , W , ,,. ' v JIM WOFFORD MIC LAVELLE BOB SHOWALTER LYNN KUYKENDALL DAVE KPDP S . . I I I 'xg I L , wife, -- I A ' I , I , . ,,,,, WQ uv hr. PETE UINE RANSOM STOVALL DICK SHQRMAN is ' I . I vw. l H FQ. 3 I3 51 .5 ,. , . ilnioevsilfg ol? Qiolovada I ' L,.,. , I . , ,,, I , , , MARV HEIN BOB DEUPREE JOHN SUHDQUIST I I uf- -. I I I II .. II I I.-.4 It . -- .,f QI. - W .,l' ' I N4: . I V - Q 'Q I n I V : : .I .'I-9' I ' I II . " -4 'I I I - I t -3 I fix 4 I' 4? , 9 ', X 1, xl: -- I. I ' 'I I R I , , ,, WI . I wtw ,, ,YY. 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I DAVEHTLIFF rwmv Pou.Ano ace cunnnn oucx weswena-uno 'rsnnv woonnurr srzvs on-asssn 240 Ji sigma nu's stress civic 1043 Pleasant Street. The new emphasis on civic responsibilities at the Sigma Nu house was quickly adopted by the thirty-four pledges added at the end of Rush Week. Their pledge project was to treat orphans to a Denver University hockey game. In the traditional CU Days rites, the pledges beat the ATO pledges in the Blackfoot Fight for the third straight year because the Sigma Nu's had less tar on their feet than the ATO's. But somehow during the battle everyone got covered from head to toe including a few spectators. During the rest of the year the Sigma Nu's outdid them- selves creating original themes for their parties which ranged from the Pajama and Christmas Party to the High- school USA and Greenwich Village Party and ended with the Psychfup-for-Skiing Party outside on the volley ball COllI't. Chaperones? if,ln3 'V responsibility Her mother never told her .... in if y PAJAMA 241 I - Y .xxx I -2 -P Y, - 5 I ,' IJ. I I . I II I' I I U If-A I I I I I .Y I I I gr? we I II I I I I.-I I I II I ez T' J KD II rv I 7 I I A ' I F A I Nd .J .A I no I I ' J I I I I I f I --wr ' ' ' 1 pf I fr ' ' I I ,JY I Y' -3 In ,. --Q . ,,:, -fr 5-If v , WI. I I ' I I I I I I I . I I - I I ' ., I I I . I I , I L, I , , I ,W ' , , I , I . I I I TUCK AIKEN MARTIN ERICKSON DANIEL HALE FREDRICK BLAIR SIEGFRIED SEEMANN KENNETH KLITZ RICHARD LIGHT JON HILTBRAND HARRY MATHIS JOHN HAMME I1 I '1' 'T ' """ 7' ' A' ,, ' I+ ' ' " "NW ' " " ' +' gg' I I I I IFF' EI-I I . I - I' I I ., ,. J .V , ,- - I ' I I I,I II I, III- I I I 2 4 I A . I 3, ,Q 3 . I, .Q 5 I vi X, 3. lg, cn, 'ull I I' I ,Q ' 'C I ,' . ' - '- ..., , -5. - I ' " 19 I I ,5 7, I 5 '-2 1-s I ,f I K I ' X - I II I I , I , , -E 7 I ,, ,I I -vw W ,IL I Y I ,I I , ,I iv ' Y - JAY FOLK WILLIAM FLEMING DONALD SNOW JOHN GREENWDOD DON DUGAN PAUL BURGESS JAMES CURLEE DAVID LENNON THOMAS MC MILLAN NORM SAUNDERS Y 1' iL-If I-II FYIIITYI II' I A I A R II ' I' In TV' ' H' ' 'H " , .IS f ' I I V, -- . -I ,,- I - I I II I I I IF' . A.,ff1I - I. . V ' - Q I I' ' 'I fa 'I IIII I" .a -II' II I I ' I . V I ' I-'. I f J, I' 1- -4 Q I I II. II '4 V I ' I T: ' H: -f I I .157 i I I - 1 X I I I I ,... -n, W., I -- . , -, L . ,EH , - ,nn -, - H. I ., LE.. BRUCE COLE RICHARD BARTON BEN FRANKLIN MAURICE CALDWELL FOSTER SHERWOOD CHARLES THOMAS DAVID JONES ROBERT WARREN JOHN TORBET K - W Y IIE., Fw-.II Y , .Im-In-I IM IIIUIWI' mf MII mII.CIII-I In-Q-I V ,IIIIII II.-III. A Y Z I W ffif' ' I I ,I - I I ' 4 0 U 4 ,ol ' ,U , ' I I A I I I - IBIUH I ,.iP5l UI! ,I I .. I 'I .., - I. ' Q. - I , I . I, I I Q I I If - ' I .. f w' I C I ' 1""' , ' I . aqdi I af 'L' E -sg 'CU 9' V K. -f ,En 'LN' -I...-r. I , , I I I . 1 I 1 g 6 4 I II ,-I-I I KJ If I' 1.4 I' ' I 313 i ...A , , .,,,,, I I41., , ,,,4p , , ,, ,I mi , ,.1 .. JOHN GILBERT III FRED HUNEGAR MICHAEL WARREN ' JOSEPH KRYC JAMES ZAHOUDANIS JOHN WALLACE I- ,---,., ff I , W., ' ' ' I " " I 'A-' ' "1 I ' I.1 'VI N , .. II. I - 4 - 1 , I , I . 'eh IIIIYIIIQI ' KI C IsI 'I I-7' I 'II II' - l I V- L 1 ,ln ,fs A " ' 5 A I ,I . M, I I , I 55, Qllmuevsn -3 I 1- , I- I., ,. I .. , ... I . , . III X - , , I 4 I . ol? I 2:25. Golorado I EA I 1 V , , , ,L I li ,Y . Y + A -- Y- -A -v-- -ia TPDMAS SPENCER TOM STEWART STANLEY ANDERSON KENT SMITH GEORGE SAFE MICHAEL EVANS ROBERT GALL MIKE BARROWS F'---' I I IMT ' if F' ' " ' 1. n l-3: I A I 5 , I f b X III I I - I I ' K ', I - I ' . - 13 xI. .U ,... I ,, 'vri I - ' if ' . I ' ' I I - -1 ' .1 I I r' I I 'I III I I 3 I W I ff' f II ' R ' I I . ' III' I IMI -'- I I I Q, L 'II'I'III-'ffm I I A L . .T ,-.. .' -Y Y ----- - - --I iw 1----' - - --iv - JAMES LANE III LAWRENCE BUSHANT FHILLIP MYERS RICHARD BAKER MRS.THYRA HURST BRUCE MCKEE JOHN TURK JAMES MONGER JR. DAVID SHROYER W' - A-'ff - H if If-f 4- I f H- 'f' I , H, I I I ' I " ' I Egg -Ifvfgl . ' - I I ' " I f w I 1 ww I ' gllgr ' I I , I I ' , A I I I ., I Y V3 5-' - II 7 Iv- I-a.. f-1 -4 I I I I -I I -F ' -A -A JI I 'I"I 'I I ' J X 'J I' I , X I -4 , , .J a I ' . I I L. I, , ,,,,E,I ,, , ,ii I , ,,, , ,,. , 1 I ., -A I H I I I L- ff ' ERLE JEFFRIES KENNETH LAUBHAN - JOHN SAUNDERS JON BURIANEK ROBERT BUSH MARTY BRISNAM JESSE AGUIRRE ROBERT BOESEL HUNTER MCKAY RICHARD BRANAN 4-I I ,.. -A .r of 'T' fi ff rmmx Puwzn III moms 'rmPI.E'rY I I Jbiun snzawoou vmcem .noun Awensou WILLIAM MOHERLY DOUGLAS LAWSON UAVW EDWARDS 242 Sigma Phi Epsilon maintained a well- rounded program this year with equal em- phasis on scholarship, social, athletic, and service activities. The Sig Ep's boasted many members in the honoraries including Rich Light, IFC President. The men behind the red doors spent a good deal of their time, when not studying, heckf ling the Chi O's across the alley. Lively snowball fights or Water ballon fights kept everyone on his toes. Socially speaking, the Bootlegger's Ball, Suf per Skier and Calypso parties, as Well as the Spring Formal in Estes Park, helped keep spirits high. The numerous functions in the infamous Sig Ep basement rounded out a great year. sig ep's spend precious hours badgering chi o's A bird in the hand . . . gif r file .', 551. , r. .., ff H15 , J. 1005 Broadway. I like mine straight. V.Fgip3L:l.:11 ' 'f'1ffTai'i itil? '. 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BROWN STAN KERSTEIN 'f 'bon VPEDDOLSKY PETE BOGART sTEvE Rurrsuanum Boa SHAFFER ada wu.soN '7 MARTIN BRONSTINE C' ,- TED FRIEDMAN zf' .bn POSNER' 4' ':' MHZEEJACCBSON ,gn JEFF KEIL zbt gets nod from national for new house Excited by proposed construction of a new house, ZBT had its most successful year. By participating fully in all the intra' mural sports, the chapter displayed its versatility. The social season included nu' merous weekly parties and was capped by the annual Homecoming Party held at the Denver Hilton in the fall and the ZBTa- hiti held in a mountain resort outside Nederland in the spring. Members of the fraternity held many imf portant positions on campus including Chief Iustice and Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. By virtue of continued scholastic excellence, the IFC awarded to ZBT the Dean's Cup for Scholastic Achievement. L "Q, little dab .Will do you. Une at a tim . in.-. greeks struggle to insure their future I , Fraternity men are interested in international affairs. Cool socializing for the Greeks. No one needs to convince the Greeks of the value in pledging a sorority or fraternity. Lifelong friends, unlimited social oppor- tunities, and maturity acquired through close association and common goals are only a small part of the Greek aspect. How- ever, many organizations and individuals are dubious concern- ing the value of the system, and the Greeks are presently en- gaged in a struggle to prove their worth, not only to the Univer- sity but to themselves. One concrete example of their effort was Greek Week. Each sorority and fraternity devoted time to various work projects for the City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department. The social calendar for Greek Week was filled with sorority-fratep nity exchange dinners and various relay games. 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Four male students added virility to the spirit corps and were objects of envy as rooters obf served their feminine counterparts. The pomponners provided many en' joyable moments for boy rooters at the games. CWhy else would powerf ful binoculars be brought to basketf ball gamesij Short on skirts and long on energy, these girls provided polished entertainment during the games. 7 11 I 'Q' 5 'r 5. j .f 1. -fu- 01 ff at E- w. fi. -j i Ii., . I i, , iii? i my., -fr,rf ivx'f'5ti,,S ' Q P 'MEX' ' 'f"KQ,i,Y : Q .dawg H1-f WWW' 454' ,, QA: School Spirit: a restive anin'1aI to encourage and restrain POQIVQZON TGFRYLSH-SaSdyANiChOI5'FF1ianCLe Fings' THE CHEERLEADERS-First tier: Tim Lane, Clay Timon, Mike WL1ergler, John ,i'1bEn:FllT1rf I, fgpbexff k Duarte OZ' 'WP ame Martin. Second ricr: Nikki Nestor, Ann Miller, Gnyla McRae. Third tier: Ann Lee err, C' em X0 m A abou' Phillips, Judy Urevig. Fozmh tier: Andrea Shippcy. , 5' ,Nagy AJ 'W , .,:5e,. ' Msg .- imfffb- "'W'?3"' ' -w gzliifimgii fgfifmf Q' ' 'zfvlbfl -V i , ?f-.'i HJ. f 1 Q 3' 1 :.i..i,i.,l 1 P""J"" A if 5,:,31M4'2QQE"?T,l,w: f' -ix" A-f AH' ' ' .za ,fg.v'-""iw:T'2." A M . 91,33 1 , I TWEEJYHAB , A. avg mp..-.E 'I' 1, ' ' ' L ' Qs. M 14 ' 'N - - "" ffl- W - I fr! -sic! f' il F 'Q 53 administration harry Carlson continues to head cu atn Ietics Harry Carlson, in his 38th year at Colorado, continued to act in his dual capacity as athletic director and head of the physical education department. Carlson has been dean of men and base- ball coach in earlier years. Assisting Carlson was athletic business manager Kayo Lam. Lam joined the staff after a playing career at CU where he lettered in football, wrestling, and track. Carlson's other assistants included Frank Potts, track coach and Dallas Ward, assistant football coach. Fred Casotti, in his 10th year as publicity director, kept the local communications media informed of all Buff sports activities. A -' u as fjlff 1, mx. .- um. .- X v W2 55 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA . . . Opening the season against thenfrated number one Southern California, Coach Eddie Crowder's first CU football squad showed ruggedness, but also began the disastrous habit of fum' bling which was to plague the Buffaloes throughout the remainder of the season. The Buffs held mighty Southern Cal to only one touch- down until the closing moments of the game, when the Trojans tallied again to hand Colorado its first loss, 14fO. Colorado fumbled eight times and Southern Cal took advantage of the mistakes by grabbing six of the bobbles. SC's first touchdown came after a CU fumble at the Colorado 34-yard line, followed by a 15-yard penalty against the Buffs and another five-yard miscue. Colo- rado's defense stymied seven scoring threats by the Tro jans. Two drives were stopped by interceptions by Noble Milton and Bill Symons. OREGON STATE . . . The next weekend the Oregor State Beavers routed the Buffaloes by the unexpecteo Wide margin of 41-6. Colorado moved the ball well in this encounter, but pen alties and fumbles again took their toll. Bill I-Iarriq headed up the Colorado offense while running for 71 yards on only four carries and collecting three passes fo' an additional 26 yards. Harris also scored CU,s lon: touchdown in the fourth quarter on a pass from quar terback Frank Cesarek. fury and frustration on saturday afternoon Fee, fie, foe, fumble? th at xtra ffo rt A-V. vtu ,, Q18 'I 5 W rf m 65 ,, -fr G D - ix ,J -rf" M sr awww, 4 , 1..,.,. r . J., x i , ,, FJ s., N-J .. nv' ' W me u if fs- Q l M F X X I- 1 -x. ,,' . . N541 , ,Iuka K..-Q. n f , i 1, 'A . I -V , If . -' ' p O - N., 1. 1 -1 17- .5 xxx A,Y', 1. , 2 -- Gif- ' : 1.5 an . 1 .., ,:-, I' : -g,5?H" . I . :V ,w -xx F' . I f .. Y F Y 1 ? fue? Y. 'HQ ip. ,ff .,, ,- Q. X K '-X X , ' 9,5 .pq all ,,, Av ,I . 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Em ' V f..:'f . L.:-K X ' - L. .4 . .' ' N im 1 'Pg' Harshbarger's injury weakens interior line strength. KANSAS STATE . . . CU crushed the Kansas State Wildcats Z1-7 in the team's conference debut, when for the first time the team began to click. Kansas'State drew blood by scoring in the first quarter and held a 7-0 lead at the half. But Colorado came out of the locker room with a "never say diem spirit and tallied 14 points in the third quarter, while adding seven more in the Hnal quarter. Harris again was in the limelight as he scored all three touch- downs, going 103 yards in 31 carries. Fullback Larry Portis and Noble Milton gained 101 and 98 yards respectively, while Cesarek and Leon Mavity added 70 yards via the aerial route. Kirk Osborn was the number one man defensively in CU's first win of the sea- son. Coach Crowder heaped praise on the whole squad and called the victory a "fine team effort." OKLAHOMA STATE . . . CU went on the next week to whip Oklahoma State 25-0 and take the Big Eight lead with a Zf0 record. 35,600 band day fans watched Colorado repeat the pat- terns of the K-State triumph. The Buffs were unable to push the ball over until the third quarter, when they exploded for 13 points. Cesarek lunged over on a keeper for the first score. Harris and Mavity also scored TD's for the Buffs. Crowder's squad compiled an almost threeftofone total yard mar- gin against the Cowboys, netting 324 yards to the losers' 159. At this point in the conference season, Colorado had scored 46 points while allowing its opponents only seven. Crowder again credited the entire team with the win. 25 rn. Bodies strewn as Buffs score lone TD against Missouri. buffs show strength but downed by flu Friendliness stops when the game begins. sw . , ' ii-'xr , , I .1 furribles asid- IOWA STATE . . . Fumbles plagued the Buffalo squad two weeks later when, despite playing excellent defensive ball, they lost to the Iowa State Cyclones 19-7. The Cyclones got the first score by virtue of a Buff bobble. Harris shot through the Iowa State line to retaliate, however, and ran 78 yards to paydirt in the first period, tying the score at 7f7. CU's defense forced the14Cyclones to settle for a field goal on their next drive which put them ahead 1Of7. A blocked Colorado kick set up another Iowa State TD. ISU's linemen caught Cesarek in the end zone while he was trying to get away a desperation pass to add two more points to the Cyclone score. NEBRASKA . . . The Buffs, hit by the flu the week before their contest with the powerful Cornhuskers, were laced 41-6 by the Nebraskans. The first time Colorado got the ball, however, the team marched down- fleld 68 yards in ten plays to get six points and an early lead. Cesarek capped the drive by passing to Ben I-Iowe in the end zone. Portis was the star of the attack, smashing into the line repeatedly until Cesarek hit Howe for the score. Apparently this angered the Cornhuskers, because they came back to score twice in the Hrst half and twice more in each of the succeeding periods, while holding the Buffs to a standstill. This game resulted in a number of injuries to Colorado players. Tackle Marty I-Iarshbarger was lost for the season, and end Roger Wissmiller and Harris were injured enough to keep them out of the next game against Oklahoma. OKLAHOMA . . . CU's injury-riddled squad held, Coach Crowder's former team scoreless for over Z5 minutes of play before the Sooners let loose to score two fast touchdowns in three minutes for a respectable 14fO lead at halftime. OU added two more in the third quarter and an- other in the fourth for a final score of 35-O. Mavity's thigh was bruised in the first half, and the expert defender was lost for the rest of the game. I-Iarris was in the lineup for only three plays following his injury the previous week. The lone CU scoring threat came in the fourth quarter against Oklahoma reserves but was stopped at the OU 19fyard line. MISSOURI . . . In absorbing its sixth defeat, Colorado showed its best offensive effort against the Tigers from Missouri. This game was a much closer contest than the 28-7 score would seem to in- dicate. Fumbles again played a big role in Colorado's defeat. Missouri outgained Colorado on the land and air by only two yards, and the Buffs came out with 13 first downs to 14 for the Tigers. Missouri was well in control on the scoreboard when CU was finally able to score. Bill Symons pushed the ball over from the V2 yard line, following a drive handled mainly by Milton and Symons. KANSAS . . . The Jayhawks, fumbles, and a wet, murky after' noon combined to deal the Buffaloes another loss. Kansas rolled up a 43-I4 lead before the gun ending the game had sounded. KU repeatedly out-charged the Buff line because the Buffs were concerned with the end sweeps of the layhawkers' Cvale Sayers. The Colorado secondary provided good pass coverage and did more than their share of the tackling that afternoon. Harris was back in the lineup and made his presence known by making the first CU touchdown, giving his team a 7f6 lead. KU struck back, leading Z0-7 at the half. Milton scored CU's other tally from the two-yard line. AIR FORCE . . . In the traditional rivalry between the Air Force and Colorado, the latter came out on the short end by the close score of 17-14. The lead see-sawed back and forth several times in the game. The Falcons had a 3fO advantage at halftime, following a field goal in the second period. CU bounced right back early in the second half to grab the lead 7-3 when Stan Irvine jumped on a Falcon fumble at the Falcon 30. Noble Milton raced through the line on the first play and went all the way. However, the Air Force took advantage of a partially-blocked CU kick and a penalty to regain the lead at IO-7. The Buffs then drove 74 yards, Milton scored again, and CU led 14-10. The Air Force got the last TD for the Iinal score of 17-IO. CU received the ball for the last time with the clock quickly run' ning out, but fumbled, lost the ball and the game, and wound up with a final 2-8 record which was identical to the Buffis record of the previous season. Reserves back off as Portis downs adversary. ' determination ft? ' J 1 rig ' . ' . V ' ' - ' iFs"5-'."'53'lf Nfl," " i ,, '?zf?QkT,g"ie+sf'i-N - ' Q, 'Z 1 .-Q' N .e .. ,f-. . 'se--n..-v ffl .EI-Ski lf 5 .Aw . ,:""f""if f?5w1ii'f.f'.i'ef'-.f.A'-ig. 1 , i I .1 ' sux :HL A! f 1 dfjaqw . .Q.5.Jlvf1g' wg 1 - tr ' r Y' Gifs' Mfikgill ,V 'fy' .3 - CHQ I - if -if .. M -1+ Y. 4 I X tfmfi QW- ml J' li-X917 'l' f. - V: fi liff:-Q 1-V Y ,,-' mf' ' ,, w ' . , , ,f 'i . ig 'llul .5l,if"' 'W . ra ' ,, . 1 i A n A , - .1 I ' "if :., , A 2 M 3,5 VE-'.4. - .g Elwkvm ,gash C5 ., 4' Strategy rnilton chosen rnost valuable player Senior fullback Noble Milton from Her- minie, Pennsylvania was selected by his teammates as the Buffs' most valuable player of 1963. Milton received the Nelson Hicks Memorial Trophy at the annual Buff Club banquet honoring the senior gridiron stars. Rings were presented to Milton and the other seniors-halfback Bill Harris, end Roger Wissmiller, guard Al Hollingsworth, and halfback Leon Mavity, How about a sip, Coach? 5 ,U . Y . - Y -- is ani, Firsz Row: Bill Symons, Frank Cesarek, Leon lvlavity, Al Hollingsworth, Dt-:Osica Henderson, Bill Harris, Stephen Osborn, Ben Howe, Kirk Osborn, Ken McBride. Second Row: Roger Wissmiller, jerry Watkins, Noble Milton, Bob Canadeo, Tom Lund, Skip Hall, Tim Monczka, john Parmater, Dick Mankowski, Stan Irvine. Third Row: Tripp Owen, Harold Amon, David Newton, Thomas Hogan, Marty Harshharger, Ray Paolucci, Larry Ferraro, Boris Tohakoff, jerry McClurg. Fourth Row: Ron jones, Larry Fortis, Hart- N . ...-q--NY 4 -153.44 well Menale, james Fauske, Dale johnson, Thomas Ivlurphy, Bob Cortese, john Stemmons, Richard Redd, Ken Lott. Fifth Row: joe Phillips, Roger Moris, Ray LeMasters, John Marchiol, Donald Bedard, Frank Rogers, jack Price, Gary Newcomb, Dick Taylor, Frank Van Valkenburig, john Arriza, Reed Wfilson. Sixth Row: joe Harper, ,Iohn Spicuzza, Ken Blair, Gale Weidner, Dan Stavely, Rudy Feldman, Chet Franklin, jim Mcflonlogue, Eddie Crowder, Don Si-alwick, Frank lvlontern, Dal Ward, Lloyd Williams, Lee Akins, Dr. Howard Crawford. Big Eight Standings a nriornent of inactivity Nebraska ........,...,.... ..... 7 -OfO Oklahoma ..... 6-1-O Migsguri --.-. .-.-- 5 ..2,0 THE COACHES-First Rowzq Don Stalwick, jim lvlcConlogue, Chet Franklin. Kansas nm 3450 Second Row: Dan Stavely, Rudy lfeldman, Eddie Crowder, joe Harper. Iowa State . 3-4-O 1 Coiofado ........... ..... 2 -5.0 9 ,-I.. Kansas State .......... ..... 1 -5-O 5'-F'-1 fi"F-1 -is A-hx ' ' f 1" Oklahoma State ..... ..... O f6fO ,Ji 5 li 7 'li ff, 1 GRA in ' S 'GRA x-BRA 31' li ' UF4 Cclcgres S Oo Q? 09 mm-Bm I ov Q , I KQTBALL O Southern California ...... 14 .- , X 6 Oregon State ........... .... 4 1 21 Kansas State .......... 7 Z5 Oklahoma State ,.... .... O 6 Nebraska ............. .... 4 1 7 Iowa State 19 O Oklahoma ..... .... 3 5 7 Missouri ..... 14 Kansas ........ 14 Air Force ..... Z8 43 17 'Vo R40 .af LQQQTBALL Concern from the sidelines. Eddie Crowder was officially appointed Colorado University's head football coach on January Z, 1963. The 17th gridiron head in CU's history, Crowder became the fourth since 1958. As an undergraduate attending Qklahoma University, Crowder became an outstanding quarterback under OU's successful mentor Bud Wilkinson. He was an All-American and a selection to the All-Big Seven team in his senior year. He was graduated with a degree in geology in 1955. Crowder then served one year as assistant coach at Army following two years in the Army Engineers. For the next six years he was rightfhand man to Wilkinson and helped mold the mighty Crimson Sooners into one of the strongest football teams in the nation. Having a coach with this ex- perience and skill, Colorado should look forward to a brighter football future. the coach speaks.. "The Z-8 record of this year's Colo- rado Buffalo squad became 'history as one of the two poorest seasons our University has had. Even in view of this unimpressive start, it was a team which at times displayed the prin- ciples of competitiveness to which we look forward in future Colorado teams. The five seniors who participated de- serve our gratitude for their efforts. They include A1 Hollingsworth, Leon Mavity, Roger Wissmiller, Bill Harf ris, and Noble Milton." from oklahoma. . to Colorado Coach Eddie Crowder lf, , I: . 1. 1 Q First Row: Hale lrwin, Tod Polumbus, Michael Martin, Duke Prentup, George Lewark, Harold Washington, Emmet Littleton, Michael McCarthy, Roger Allen, Dick Bartlett. Second Row: Tom Shear, Robert Lee, Dan Kelley, Bernard McCall, Tim Whalen, Larry Fischer, Mickey Lea, Terry McCarthy, Lee Hammett. Third Row: Steven Fricky, Larry Donley, Dennis Harder, Thomas Orr, Donald Huebsch, Donald Hoerl, Robert Belt, Dennis Drummond, Arthur Hutchins, Al Glockzin. Fourth Row: Dave Zaharias, Ronald Scott, Terry Shaunessy, Bob Stephan, James Hoeschler, Bill Rudolph, Estes Banks, Steven Graves, Bill Fairband, jim Balk, Edward Howell. Fifth Row: Samuel Harris, Steve McCaffry, Thomas Ten Eyck, Michael Laukka, Bob Bishop, Johnson May, Don Carlson, Rod Macta. Sixth Row: Frank Montera, Ken Blair, Dan Stavely, john Spicuzza, Gale Weidner, John Condy. baby buffs brighten prospects fo Washington takes a dive. next year'e varsity Dan Stavely's freshman football squad completed its short campaign with one win and one loss. ln their first outing of a two game season the frosh suc- cumbed to the powerful and undefeated Cowboy frosh of Wyoming 17-7. The Baby Buffs completed the seaso at the Air Force Academy with a l2f6 win over th Falcons. Robert E. Lee's 77 yard punt return placed CU on the scoreboard for the second time to climax thei scoring. Fine prospects such as Harold Washington, Hale lrwin Bill Sabitino, and redshift George Reese brighten th outlook for next year's varsity. basketball an A im fSpiderj Davis garnered two postfseason honors fter climaxing three spectacular seasons as CU post an. was selected to the AllfBig Eight squad for the consecutive year and was named to a 30-man to try out for the U.S. Olympic team, While at University, Davis broke the school's rebounding d with a career total of 863 and is the third lead- all time scorer behind Ken Charlton and Burdette Davis ended the season with an average 18.5 points per game along with great defensive with every appearance on the court. graduation is sure to dampen CU's cage hopes next season. picture would be bleaker were it not for the extra' ability of the head coach to transform five into a well-oiled machine. In recognition this, Coach Russell CSoxj Walseth was selected Big Coach of the Year by United Press International the third time in his eight years at the University. accomplishments have been great but probably most impressive is his ability to build a title con- encler out of low ranked material. The cage squads nder Walseth have had seven out of eight winning CHSOIIS. big eight coach of the year v ,. -.2 1 . ' N 1 , 5, JE -. , 1 9 533, .QQ fx , 1 5 I 'I Mak!! 9 i .Qfiu I ' -- I .RN 1- -,X I -I tk ' gf' 'V if 5, ,IA' -lf way, ,, Iilu wt 2 . xx P In ! I . 5 l I, ig A . e 1 " 3 xg QQ? fi lg Q 0 lx iff? ' .6 ne ' 'Sw We roar frorrm frenzied fans intoxicates tearn with Home court magic . .. Qigjig, ' for a while X A 2 ,"r.gSi' x A ,f " , f -. 3 Q, - Q :I e in if pix A 'Y i MZ! I ... ,yd Q .-ni 1 I V E! 1 f YB: s 4. ,Q 'U .N EJ 7 M . Junior Bob Joyce, from Colorado Springs, was third in the scoring rallies with 11.7 points per game at guard position. At the other guard spot, sophomore Lynn Baker was a steady performer throughout the season and should join Ioycefand'1Frink to form the nucleus of next yea'r's squadl V. Guard George Parsons, expected to be a strong hope for '64, was injured early in the season and unable to play as Well as in the previous season. Gene Sparks, forward relief man, Parsons, and Davis constitute CU's graduating seniors. Parsons exhibits some fancy footwork. tense excitement punctured by the ewisning sign ef success Joyce gets a free shot at the basket. e xx A X rc. Z the first- rate second-place buffs deceive the experts 1964 Record CU 72 .............. Creighton 61 ................ Wichita ,... 75 ................ Arizona ..... 70 .............. Air Force 72 ................ Houston ..... 93 ............ Arizona State - 64 .............. Cincinnati 80 .............. Wyoming 67 ................ Kansas ..... 65 .............. Iowa State 80 .............. Nebraska 60 ............ Kansas State - 55 ................ Kansas . 90 ..,............. Missouri ..... 90 .............. Oklahoma 65 .......... Oklahoma State 59 ............ Kansas State - 86 .............. Oklahoma 60 .............. Nebraska 58 .............. Iowa State 56 .......... Oklahoma State 84 ................ Missouri ..... 71 ................ Kansas ..... 90 .............. Iowa State 89 .............. Nebraska First Row: Bob Joyce, George Parsons, Ralph Fuller, Jim Davis, jack Lintz, Chuck Gardner, Norm Saunders, Gene Sparks. Second Row: Trainer Lloyd Williams, Coach Dick Nicholson, Mike Frink, Lew Thompson, Glenn Sponholtz, Mel Yarlott, Lynn Baker, Duane Lewis, Coach Sox Walseth. The two stars - lim Davis and Sox Walseth when cu gets hot .. 1 the field house vibrates as records shatter olorado set three new scoring records in the '63- '64 season, with a 15f1O overall record and a 9-5 Won-lost in Big Eight play. he Buffaloes racked up 1,812 total points in all ames, breaking the previous high set last year of 1,779. ln Big Eight games alone, CU scored 66 more points than the earlier mark set last year, 1013-947. olorado set a new Held house mark in its 93370 in over Arizona State in December, breaking last eason's record of 92 over Missouri. mating 276 i N froeh are stare of little league and hope of big league First Row: Bob Smith, Bob West, Karl Tait. Seconds' Row: Pat Frink, Ed Weatliers, Mike Good, joe Wheeler Dave Teter, Bob Bauers, Coach Dick Nicholson. Colorado's freshman basketball team showed great potential while recording a 6-1 season. The yearlings began the season by Whip' ping the Air Force frosh, 96-83. Pau Frink tallied 44 points to lead his team in this game. Mesa Junior College, the next victim of' the astonishing youngsters, fell by a score- of 92-63, and the Denver University rookies met a similar fate. By a lopsided score of 104-74, CU beat Lamar Junior College, then went on to squeak by Trinidad IC, 70-69. Northeastern IC was dealt defeat by Coach Dick Nicholson's team as well. ln- the final game of the season, the bab Buffs lost to Colorado State Universi freshmen, 69-58, for their only loss. c Frink and Bob Bauers were the c high scorers for the frosh. Surrounded and no place to go .1-"'r skiing First Row: Mike Canatsey, Iohn Hollow, Sandy Limon, Spider Sabich, Asst. Coach Rocky Bush. Second Row: Asst. Coach Earle Chandler, Len Aitken, John McCandless, Jim Barrows, Acting Coach M. I. Elisha. R.M.I.S.A. Championships 1. Western State ............ 377.20 2. Denver University ...... 369.04 3. Wyoming .................... 364.76 4. Colorado .................... 363.33 5. Utah ............................ 352.48 314.27 247.54 6. Air Force Academy .... 7. Colorado Mines .......... Western State College Results 1. Denver ........................ 380.48 2. Western State ............ 374.88 3. Colorado .................... 372.49 4. Wyoming .................... 359.27 5. Air Force Academy 326.41 fl' 114- Even with its coach and best skiers in Europe, CU's snow squad finished high. Colorado's skiing team grabbed a third place finish in the Western State College cham- pionships and a fourth place in the Rocky Mountain championships, While their coach and the nucleus of the team were participat- ing in the Clympics in Innsbruck, Austria. M. J. Elisha served as acting coach while Bob Beattie, regular CU mentor, was coach- ing the Olympic team. "The past eight years I have had the honor of running the ski program for the Univer- sity of Colorado. To see skiing become such a strong campus activity has been a great experience. This past year no less than seven University of Colorado students represented the United States at the Winter Olympics. They were: Bud Werner, Jim Heuga, Bill Marolt, Bar- bara Ferries, Starr Walton, Ni Orsi, and Mike Gallagher. All of these racers are active students who have been able to reach the top internationally while continuing their all- important education. We have just moved the entire skiing pro- gram into new offices in the University Memorial Center. I feel that We can do things in skiing in the next few years never before attempted in a university program. We feel that our continued development of skiing is in line with the tremendous interest of the student body here at the University of Colorado and throughout the state of Colo- rado itself." ma www, , ,, li' 1 . as if D75 if World-wide recognition for Colorado coach. Bronze medal Wilmer .lim HCUSH- ' 'WT C Ci 'V I 1' 4 ' ' f' g ,f A V' 5. A we 1 i -1 y ",,.,- - " 9 .fat r - ,- ,-v .4 .ff,a75fq39,f'-'TT 5, ,JV I- If - 'gpg-zvfir.. , , .. W '-,u.'r' A, Ml I uni" M 11 .,, : ', .g 1256 z, '-' Y ,' , ,K V ft .- f'4Tfv1-' :ff -e-lg" ' lv s '-t.f3.'- A 'f ' afar' . as ' - " ' f ' a,.- Af' wif Q3,:2f--iff' ., 2' .. .... l ,A f 1 . . - ""f.'.,:'v:- Bill Marolt shows Olympic form. eu represented at olympics CU's skiing mentor, Bob Beattie, was chosen to coach the United States Olympic skiing team and led the squad to the finest showing in Qlympic competition in history. Seven Colorado skiers were also chosen for the national squad. Bud Werner, Bill Marolt, Ni Orsi, Stan Walton and Jim Heuga accompanied Beattie to Innsbruck, Austria. Starr Walton and Barbara Ferries were the CU Coeds on the traveling team. Heuga, a pre-dentistry sophomore, won a bronze medal in the slalom at Innsbruck and was the winner of the famed ArlbergfKandahar race in Cvarmisch, Germany. 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A .nv A track Jim Miller . . . 19648 . ms cu thmclads CU 65 V2 Air Force 7V2 - 69 Nebraska 53 C I an nn 66 Colorado State 47 g F6 at Big Eight Indoor Missouri ...................... 57 Kansas ........................ 47 Cklahoma State .......... 27 okiahoma ,,..,,....,......6 25 pe rfo rm a n ces Colorado ...... ....... 1 9 Nebraska ......... ....... 1 7 Kansas State ................ 9 Iowa State ......... ....... 9 anchor for mile relay and champion hurdler. Coloradols Jim Miller led the indoor track team to a fifth place spot in the Big Eight indoor meet and a 3-O dual meet record. In the Big Eight meet Miller won both the high and low hurdles for CU's only firsts in the meet. In the high hurdles he tied the record at 712 in th preliminaries, while in the low hurdles he was one second off the record. Colorado men copped seven lirsts in the CU tional meet. Miller again won the high and hurdlesg Dave Wighton was first in the mil Dick Burns topped the runners in the dashg Bill Grimes took the pole vault Tom Galbos hurled the shotput 53 feet for the and the mile relay squad, consisting of Miller, Marshall, Mel Cheskin, and Burns, won that Miller tied the low hurdle record at 6.8 in this 111.73 '1 V 43-fm . 5' A JK i v F 1 3 , N ifxlv ,A " r wi' Hi Tiff? . -"I l K", " EI l x + f .. -nb' W A NA .1 r Q in ' ff ,, . mf' lx . 1 - ,., A Q my-w lfwf'-Q ' CU Relays pole vault record holder, Roger Olander Frank Potts' 1963 outdoor track squad, probably the finest in CU history, posted three wins and two losses in dual meet action during the record shattering season. Colorado did well in the Texas Relays early in the season, winning three events. In the Kansas Relays, Jim Miller was named the outstanding competitor after winning the intermediate hurdles and anchoring the 880 and mile relay teams. Leander Durley tied for first in the high jump, setting a Kansas Relays record at 6' 83f4". In the Colorado Relays, Colorado broke three records but was aced out of the top spot by New Mexico. Roger Olander set a CU Relays pole vault record at 15' 43f8". Miller broke two other previous lows during a triangular meet with Nebraska and Air Force in the 330 intermediate hurdles and the 120 highs. Miller holds the national rec- ord for the 330 intermediate hurdles, posted at the Colorado State Invitational Meet which CU won with points to spare. In the Big Eight meet the CU trackmen placed fourth with an impressive 86 points. In 1962 the Buffs placed third with 77V2 points. Bob Griffith, Dick Burns, Miller, and Dur ley represented Colorado at the NCA meet in Albuquerque. . '95 'lj ?...5.,. ttf, aw 1-'we' -15-55 1. 'Q S' 1 'f wf 5- flag E ,.qLtfe.PA- '1f"-nqlnglic. 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Long-distance runrier Bob Griffith outraces Nebraska man. ii Colorado Relays New Mexico ....... ...., 2 3 Colorado ............. ...... 1 9 Colorado State ............ 6 Denver ................. ....,. 5 Fort Hayes ....... ..... 4 Air Force ....... ..... 3 Utah ............... ...... 3 Kearney State ..... ..... 2 Kansas State ....... ..... 1 Dual Meets CU 93 Texas Tech ..------.- 41 56 Abilene Christian 89 56 New Mexico ,....... 83 83V2 Nebraska .............. 60 83V2 Air Force ...,........ 37V2 9 H First Row: Tom Starr, Bob Griffith, Bill Sproat, Bruce Degen. Second Row: Coach' Potts, David Wighton, Dick Lawrence, Gerald Bryan, Mike McCoy. cross country squad boasts all-american Colorado's defending Big Eight cross country champs, weakened by injuries, graduation, and ineligibility, dropped to fourth in the conference after winning the Wyoming and Denver Invitationals earlier in the season. Kansas Won the Big Eight Meet easily with Okla- homa State, Missouri, and Colorado vying for a tight second place. David Wighton and Bob. Griffith fin- ished fourth and Hfth respectively to lead Coach Pott's squad. Wighton and Griffith also represented Colorado in the NCAA meet. Wighton placed 15th which auto- matically made him a member of the 1963 Cross Country All-American team. Griffith finished a dis- appointing but respectable 69th. Team Ratings Kansas ....................... ....... 2 fi Oklahoma State ...... ....... 8 C Missouri ................ ,...... 8 Colorado ............ ........... 8 Oklahoma ...... ........... 1 3 Nebraska ........ ........... 1 4 Kansas State ...... ......,... 1 6 Iowa State ...... .......... 2 1 Bob Griffith - fifth in Big Eight xiii at l ya, .,,'.' . ,, X, '74 In 'w-A .W 4 P'-W w., M x A 39' 4, ' ,X A Huff 1-14- - ..- . QJHLQ . V . 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' If ' 'i-':-',,.,v .. . ' ' - lm Y .M E U I, , -, E , . , V V L Y A .ff wg, : ' ,M , .. . '.4-- L V., -Q . we I, H. uv I f i, g , ' f- ' ,4..-1--k 'w , ' - ,-Q1-1 "M ,- 5" Q, 1 ' " vf , I- ., ""' W , ' w- gig rw-lam 75 ' ,ww 'Z Q , XM X 'W' "P ,La rf .-,I1 ,,,..,, . ax VA.. ' ' ze- f ,..-. ,, Qi --' .-59' 'f . H W" A-1q,Q,nY 41 -- -. EQ!-Q,, J , aa' ,, lb-LJ First Row: Mel Sorensen, Pete Alvarez, Ron Brown, George Cattermole, Donald Dugan, jim LaFoe. Second Row: Allie Plamann, Kent johnson, Tom Upham, Leon Mavity, Adrian Mohr, Robb Ben- net Steve Spangler. Third Row: Roger Griffin, Lonnie Melton, Tom Dutcher, Dick Dodge, Gene Sparks, Les Jacobson, Coach Frank Prentup. baseball buffs place third ln another winning season, Colorado's 1963 baseball squad copped a third place in Big Eight standings by winning 11 of 18 games against league opponents for a .611 percent- age. The diamond crew got off to a fast start for the conference season by wallopping both lowa State and Oklahoma State three times each for the best start ever in league play and the longest conference winning streak of any CU baseball club. The Buffs won all but one game at home, but stepped off base and lost all six games played on the road. After whipping Okla- homa State, Coach Frank Prentup's charges dropped a 3-game series to Missouri, took two of three games from Nebraska, lost three more to Kansas, and then swept the last ser- ies against Kansas State. Leon Mavity, All Big Eight and NCAA All-Star. in big eight 5 Leftiielder Leon Mavity led the Big Eight in the homerun department with six roundftrippers' and was at the head of the Buffalo herd percent- agefwise with a .289 batting aver- age. This combination enabled the talented ballplayer -to land avspot on both mythical district honor teams: the All-Big Eight squad and the NCAA All-Stars. Ron Brown, centerfielder, was sec' ond only to Mavitv, compiling a .269 average with 25 hits in 93 trips to the plate. First-sacker Dick Dodge topped the Buffs in runs batted in, with 23. George Cattermole did most of the pitching for the Buffs, gaining four victories from seven starts. Jim La- Foe had the best earned run average at 1.29. Adrian Mohr, Steve Spang- ler, Kent johnson, and Tom Upham handled the rest of the pitching chores for Coach Prentup. Safe at third. Darn sun. ,n ,UM -.x :aE,i-,wi w'....as -"ti 5 s. . .,-'mv-J . ,,., -. j- ...ing x-'Q'-an E E-.' . it 1'-i ' , -' . ,lM,,,.aaa I-iii?-1-. , 413' I I ,- , xi . , f I 'iw ' X ' -.13-s,: rg.,.,.2'1-5, ' ' ' ' f -'i,'65'Ef4ALfL,',.-ofii. Q, F ' ffy 1:14 .2 . n 1. . Q.-1:eg:wg:'.,.,s, vm '-' f f is .,,.: 1 iff , , f-.f,- -T-.jgzgr-.,f.. -- 1 , - fig., - ' wi..-"V , 1 ' . ' ' r "W ' 1 ' , - ' ' " I' X-,QT f -:"lEL"?' ' , ' . ""2':-P+ 7 ' 17? " . 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Y., . , . 1 aff,-an-.. . as . - . ...- 4 , 'J --1 . P h In 1 1 ,F - W ., ,PE F' n, -wr - wie " 'W . a,j,:.fr-4-' . F " ,,- 4 2 ,QSRJ .. , TV f T., mg- .. . f . , H ,,J,,.-A.-.gt 'L gif,,, 1, -N WR' . V , , dv .41 figg,4-HQS, , af M j , if fi? Z' . '-"X-f""' 7 Aqa6'- ' 5ffT'J".iQ: W FJ l l 1 i i l I la Coach Frank Prentup. Conference Standings W Missouri ................ 17 Oklahoma ............ 13 Colorado .......... 11 Kansas ......,........... 11 Oklahoma State Nebraska .............. Iowa State ............ Kansas State ........ .,12 5 4 4 L PCT 3 850 5 722 7 611 8 .579 9 571 15 250 14 222 16 ZOO Q . the coach speaks.. "The 1963 baseball season was a most gratifying one, not only from the conference 'won-and-lost record, but for the fact that the team Went all out in an effort to win every game they played. This team had the best season of any Colo- rado baseball team since we entered the conference in 1948. A team that was tabbed to finish near the bottom of the league standings, due to the inexperience of the team, sur- prised everyone by finishing third in the final standings." 1963 Scores CU 8 New Mexico State 7 Sul Ross State 7 Sul Ross State 5 Sul Ross State 7 Texas Western 4 Texas Western 5 Iowa State 9 Iowa State 13 Iowa State 6 Oklahoma State 10 Oklahoma State 5 Oklahoma State 17 7 Missouri 2 9 1 Missouri 12 O Missouri 11 7 Nebraska 9 4 Nebraska 9 5 Nebraska 4 2 Kansas 1 2 Kansas 8 3 Kansas 5 6 Kansas State 5 5 Kansas State 4 7 Kansas State An opposing pitcher picks off Colorado fr 139- 1:21. H, A Q Q5 N 'Dian ,154 ,YF 4:5 -1-' nk.-f ' rninor sports First Row: Vic Tisone, Doug MacArthur, jim Hanson, Richard Rit rhaler, Leo Davis, Al Sampson, Dave Zeigler. Second Row: Butch Doughtcry, Mickey DeRock, Jack Ford, Ken Johnston, Richard Redd, Dean Lahr, Jerry I-Iowrcy, jim Garcia, Rich Van Veen. Coach Linn Long's CU wrestlers grabbed their best mat iinish in history with a third-place effort in the Big Eight tourney, a 13-6 1963-64 season and a 17-9 win over Oklahoma's defending NCAA champs. Senior Dean Lahr, undefeated in 18 matches, led the squad and grappled his way to the Big Eight championship at 177 pounds. Lahr has been tagged by Long as "the greatest wrestler in CU history." In the Big Eight meet, Jim Hanson 11305, Ken Johnson f191j, and Rich Redd fheavyweightj, Hn- ished second. Third places went to Jack Ford 11575 and Mickey DeRock 11672. Doug MacArthur H232 and Dave Zeigler took fourths. Big Eight Meet Oklahoma State 28 Ft. Hays State Iowa State 14 Kansas State Colorado 36 Nebraska State Oklahoma 21 Northeastern Kansas State 11 Iowa State Nebraska 31 State College of Iowa Kansas 19 Brigham Young Z5 Utah State , , 29 Nebraska 1963 64 SCOTLS 19 Colorado Mines 10 12 Colorado State College 14 Brigham Young 7 24 Colorado State University 5 Utah U 5 Z6 Air Force 5 WY0m1U8 14 17 Oklahoma University 9 Western State 17 3 Oklahoma State 21 : , .,g, fn new Y- wi ' ' " ' ' ff"3'1ff? 'f-T'1':9- Iii Rich Redd bulls heavyweight opponent. grapplers battle to best finish in history A long three minutes on the mat. jim Hanson - Aaugh! Ei '. .vl .,..' . , wh- f n P - A ,S L1 sf bl .1 V .. Q. S -KQRS el Q we fi Y t , V :kg C' qc . 2 M Y S uri' Asa M, ' if M Colorado's gymnasts posted a third place finish in the Big Eight conference meet following an 83 won-lost season and boasted two individual medal winners. After losing only two individual meets in the regu- lar season, Coach Glenn Wilson's Buffs finished only five points below second-place Iowa State in the conference meet. Cofcaptain Tom Jenkins on the still rings and letterman Dick Iones on the high bar were the individual medalists for CU. Other gymnasts with high Hnishes in the meet were Rich McCabe and Bob Poston, both on the trampo- line, and John Stamps on the side horse. 1963-64 Scores: 59 Arizona 53 CU 62 lowa State 47 . S . Ill' ' 66 76V2 Chlcago 35V2 22 oils. sioiioiiege 50 72 Kansa? . 40 78 Kansas St. 30 68Vz W. Illinois 43Vz 62 Ft Ha S St 50 53 Nebraska Foice ' Medal-winner Tom jenkins Left to Right: Coach Glenn Wilson, John Stamps, john Zipp, Gerry Layman, Dick Jones, Bud Shroads, Tom jenkins, Bob Poston, Lonnie Arfston, Bill Padia, Warren Boatright, lim Ryan. Swinging gyrnnasts bounce to a third place in big eight E, r 1 v t A 3 J- f25,'N ny 3,4 f'k""" 2, , - P - H 'Rh jf' Q K fl , vi- ' Nina f"'L " ' r ,W M. . Q .," win.: " 1' P f " ' - gm-1.. -,:A ' Y '?7:' pfw19!1Y"" "' 4""" - f . -- :Ee Ei 'A . -'--H4 ,, f A, jdliv. il x - ggegev- ' " "1 2' fi' . ' ' 'CP' ' , ..r3x,q5 " vb: E' is 'I Qg- 1- " . . , ' N ' - ff , ., gmac-- ,, ,, . , , ' '- u 4' A k.',1 'V dw ,V J 1 , , , - W. . .. .,,. "" '- 14. -- , fm., rg'--e :..-- -----5 r , First Row: Mike Moore, Ray Pierson, Larry McAtee, Mike Milenz. Second Row Gary Polumbus, Norm Saunders, Bill Stapp, John Hamer, Coach Les Fowler. golfers take third In big eight Conference Pneet Colorado finished third in the Big Eight Conference golf meet behind Oklahoma State and Oklahoma, im- proving upon a sixth place finish the previous season. The Buffs compiled a 15-3-1 record, losing only one of their last 15 meets. At the Big Eight Meet the linksmen were led by Ray Pierson, who finished with a threefrouncl score of 219-nine over par. He was folf lowed by Gary Polumbus and john Hamer with ZZO's and Bill Stapp with 224. Coach Les FoWler's squad also placed second in the Pike's Peak Invita- tional meet. J First Row: Rich Hillway, Bob Owen, Fred McGee. Second Row: Walter Brown, Dave Reed, Roger Kirkpat- rick, Coach Dick Gray. netters finish season with 10-4-1 record After consistent regular season play, the Colorado tennis squad, coached by Dick Gray, placed a disappointing fourth in the Big Eight Conference tennis meet. Rich l-lillway was the lone Buffalo winner- the other entries were def feated in the semi-finals. The Buff netters Won ten, lost four, and tied one in regular season play. Despite a rather uncertain beginning, the team won nine of their last ten meets for an impressive Hnish. 1963 Scores CU 6 Kansas State ............ 1 3 Wichita ...........,...,..,. 4 1 Oklahoma State .... 6 3 Texas Christian .... 3 7 Minnesota ..........,,.,,, O 2 Southern Methodist 4 9 Colorado State ...... O 5 Texas Western ...... 1 9 Colorado State ...... O 8 Wyoniing ..........,..... 1 9 Colorado College .... O 4 Denver ...,...,...,,,,,,.r, 3 7 Air Force ..............,, 1 6 New Mexico ......... 1 2 Kansas ...............,.,..,, 5 Big Eight Meet Oklahoma State ........ 16 Kansas ........................ 12 Oklahoma ,...... ....... 1 1 Colorado ...... 8 Iowa State .,..,... 1 Nebraska ..,... 1 Missouri ............ ....,., O Kansas State .....,........ O Fred McGee prepares to return the serve. rn errn e ri rewrite reco rd boo K "1t's a rat race . . . we had a good team, but the competition gets tougher' and tougher every yearf' That's the way Coach Fred Murphy summed up the Buff swimming team's disappointing 3-10 won-lost record. But despite the poor standing, the swimmers practically rewrote the CU record books for the second consecutive year, with six new times. lim Waggner was the big gun for the mermen, setting records in the 100- and 200-yard butterfly, the 200' and 400-yard individual medlies, and swimming the butterfly in the 400-yard relay. Other swimmers in the relay were Barry Carlson, backstrokeg Terry Danke, breaststrokeg and Dave Bailey, freestyle. Danke also set an individual record in the 200' yard breaststroke. According to Murphy, next year's outlook is bright, with "the best freshman squad in history" expected to help out the veterans. Z sn:e: ., ..,-,,-....,.,,,,.., 1 V l l l963f64 Scores: CU 25 Kansas 70 27 AFA 68 29 Nebraska 66 33 Iowa State 61 52 Colorado Mines 43 20 CSU 75 58 Kansas State 37 38 Utah State 57 36 Wyomiiig 59 35 Texas Tech 62 12 Utah 7 25 Oklahoma 6 52 CSC 4 Big Eight Meet Oklahoma 11 Kansas 10 Nebraska 9 Iowa State 7 Kansas State 1 Colorado l Oklahoma State First Row: Russ Corrigan, Roger Monclr, Bob Haagensen Terry Danko, jim Wnggiier. Second Row: Coach Fre Murphy, Freshman Coach Charles Miller, Dave Bailey Don Copp, Chuck Riddell, Keith Shaw, Bill Hunsberger 1A- ,IS Ri:-,', 3, iff- Q ' . ' s lr! Fi5'5Kc -., .sn il ., , y ,sr 'Ms ' W L ,fag GJ YEQEWI if fl, s3 W Sw 6 L ,3,.miL- Y N X if J 5, ' 1:-,fr , V, M., ,VA Q., ,- n, ig r 9 X . Q -,"2f" ' " ' fi VN f f' 1 i " U ' it 3422--'fi Aw 1' ' 1 f . ,.. v fy... Wg W EC f . . Y ' w . , , - A -' -' ' 'TS .' ' . haf?" ..T.+, ,xi 'll z -L! ,, I 1 gh- " '-. P'.'n.'2-Q, 'la if '-I:"."-.Q-. 4 . E' , . H , "qw 1, i 'Tw . . X Wg' 'P 41: , Sf 4 4. I I f fag, A . ff q'5'r . ' g::gu u ' -- 2 . ,- gg-f .L 5 fr x -- ----71-13"-' ., " :V 132 X W VM, O Ju A A -.f.:Qffg"I1-:gg 1 FY intrarnurals The tabulations for all-school champions will not be completed until the end of the spring semester, when all the spring sports are completed. These include gymnastics, softball, volleyball, tennis singles, outdoor track, and the decathlon. Intramural Director Don Harper gives as one of the objectives of the intramural program "to equalize competition." As of now, the GDI's, drawing from a field of six thousand students, are leading the race for all-school champs. Close behind are Delta Tau Delta and Phi Gamma Delta, consisting of about eighty brothers each. intrarnurals no uniforrns or pressbox. and yet the personal desire for victory is urgent ua- .smQlI- , ,-.-N... vwwmwt... f.,,,f.,w 4 Go fcyr ir! ,Q 'CT .-4 f '. m ::JL P 5' -- ' , ii .N ngjgga' 'i', ,A 7l'f"' Q 5 :H " . my wg 's. .1 w: --- , -I ,gf , X 4332-,-N " -l4S7E4?' ' 2" - , 'J' ff 4 ., u f- H, ,1 ,gf'-45551 ' " ,wqrgsgg my .fb V ua. Q gslgssa.. ,, ,ls,fl W 1 , my , , ,. ,,, ,W ,uw .gi J, A..f, 1 may W .. fin .mr af-ag rv-X . eff vim.. ' - '1'Y 12349, .QQEREWX E fu ,wa ,- H.w:'f' f 179 "F""LT'?" I Q " in 9.1 Pfvp-42' ww ,fm Q. 353 ,,f.. 3 1 X -93 " T' Qs :M if-of ki!!-PY M , .Q 2 . ' .h I z 4 ' 1 ,L WAP '! .. 'E' V ,,, . ' 1 g . -T " ' I -ei .nk .17 I QAIQL3 1 . " ' ' "' 4 - ' . . - Splieh, splash, I was takin' a bath x XXX!! ...Q-p- 417 ff - i 5 ...... ' ul -:N gala ur ' 7 M.. urY , Aarf -rw,-nn' u Y 1 pr-'LY 1 Tom V TIXTQI LA?-I-in :ATL if I -D' ,Q Slam, the man. r I TENNIS DOUBLES CHAMPS 1963 - GDI 1962 - Phi Kappa Tau 1961 - Delta Tau Delta 1960 - Tau Kappa Epsilon FOOTBALL CHAMPS 1963 - Phi Gamma Delta 1962 -- Phi Gamma Delta 1961- Delta Tau Delta 1960 - Sigma Nu INDOOR TRACK CHAMPS 1963 - Delta Tau Delta 1962 - Delta Tau Delta 1961 - Delta Tau Delta 1960 - Delta Wing BASKETBALL CHAMPS 1963 - Pharmacy 1962 - Delta Tau Delta 1961 - Delta Tau Delta 1960 - Sigma Chi OUTDOOR TRACK CHAMPS 1963 - Delta Tau Delta 1962 - Trojans 1961 - Delta Tau Delta 1960 - Sigma Alpha Epsilon SOFTBALL CHAMPS 1963 - Gronks 1962 - Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1961 - jivaros 1960 - Phil's Floggers WATER POLO CHAMPS 1963 - Kappa Sigma 1962 - Kappa Sigma 1961 - Gunnison Wing 1960 - Phi Gamma Delta WRESTLING CHAMPS 1963 - GDI 1962 - Delta Tau Delta 1961 - Cockerell Hall 1960 - Delta Tau Delta HANDBALL CHAMPS 1963 - Delta Tau Delta 1962 - Sigma Chi 1961 - Zeta Beta Tau 1960 - NROTC TENNIS SINGLES CHAMPS 1963 -- Phi Kappa Tau 1962 - Delta Tau Delta 1961 - Tau Kappa Epsilon 1960 - Cockerell Hall VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS 1963 - Delta Tau Delta 1962 - Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1961 - Beta Theta Pi 1960 - Beta Theta Pi BOWLING CHAMPS 1963 - Phi Sigma Delta 1962 - Ten Pins 1961 - Delta Upsilon 1960 - Delta Wing GYMNASTIC CHAMPS 1963 - Phi Delta Theta 1962 - Phi Kappa Tau 1961 - Sigma Phi Epsilon 1960 - Cockerell Hall TABLE TENNIS CHAMPS 1963 - Satyrs 1962 - White Balls 1961 - Zeta Beta Tau 1960 - Otero SWIMMING CHAMPS 1963 - Willard 1962 - Kappa Sigma 1961 - Sigma Chi 1960 - Alpha Tau Omega for one fleeting rnornent the Ofdiflafy VTTHICI becorrmes e hero Double-twist, somersault, Tom Dutcher Winning the 440. jackknife . . . belly flop. 303 HHMFl fVi ISEH .. - Wir- 1.5" 1 First Row: Ed Koehler, Tony Unnno, juan Aczui, Allen Smith, Molmmmcti Yhaihairne, Conch Xlifnyne Mclliiffy, Aernesto Kona, Azmy llwrnhim, Romono Mzircantino, Knrem Yuma, Victor Uzircizi. Sccmul Row: john Stuart, ,lim Alcxzintlcr, Less llesser, Roll lvlneller, l-lelgc Dor- Llahl, ,lmlie laverniclc, Mit-lmel liill. Tliircl Row: Hein: Mueller, Yngve Gjurslzitl, Riclmrtl Rumpl. soccer tearrnroczky mountain champs but no varsity letter Back to back, belly to belly. .. The Colorado Soccer Team closed a highly successful and rewarding 196364 season with an overall record of 7-1, of which a flawless 6-O performance in conference play accounted for its first Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Soccer League champion- ship. ln retrospect, this performance may largely be attributed to the expert and exemplary leadership of Coach Wayne McDuflie and co-captains Romano Mar- cantonio and Heinz Mueller. An even greater factor of motivation was, however, the realization by each player that winning might result in official uni- versity recognition. It is perhaps ironical that the most promising account of Colo- rado's athletic prowess had to be given by this "stepchild" of the Athletic Depart' ment. boarding houses farrand ....... ......... 3 O8 hallerc ,....,... ......... 3 13 libby ....... ......... 3 18 sewall ...................... 323 kittredge lcomplex .... 33 1 baker -- ......... 337 nichols ....... M342 willard ....... ......... 3 47 RE IDE CE N7iaumQ'vm I! I me 1 often an L . ,,-.M Wf ba 2- M. 'M , 1 5 " V, T5-A' X15 ' " Z ,mf . ' ' . A 'gay '- 5 XV ,. ,W ,,,g.rM..W ou Y ,y 1, vu "3'!'lf9'lv, iw " individual but seldom alone . , 1----1'::iMpGg, 2.61. Min?-5 -2 -.., , , , , N -.. , ..- ' 'A ---A .- W ' J- . ., -... .,' - g-.- . .-1.,A -1 . "'-T211-Y , ' ' . T "If, W - X 4. - , mg. , ,,,' 1 -1,5 , .. ,'a V I 1 ww 5. ,f .. 5-'L 'Fi Sd A0 if f ,ul ,"u-'J ' I , f fr v,' f ',-14, . 2' 1 ' 1- I iff ,-' F :i"'? :I I ,rt , ,I pf.. r"' ' 1 "' . '-'11, , ' ,ff I r r . ,f' ".f f I ,a !' 9 I' '34-' '- I- I V .-' . 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P r U .k,,-'agrfrgiwki 'JI' f, H'-4-'-, - A.Ja f-" """'-'-1? 'LQ J' r , 1' 1 --N -3,.., , I. VY -vw. N... 5-,a-q, X s, Q , A v First Row: Ann Klingel, Pamela Ruland, Susan Austin, Linda Kuroda, Lynn NVolfson, Lorry Lentz. Second Row: Judy Varner, Leslyn Petersen, Cathy Beagle, lane Wiiigield, Susie Orr, Kazuko Omiya. Third Row: Sally Spence, Laura Baker, DeAnn Ford, Dorothy Clark, Robin Oberlandcr, jan Platt, Connie Chandler, jamie Leong. Fourth Row: Susan Eastwood, Robin Thimgan, Sandra Karlew, Linda Etter, Mary John Espy, Cindy Donielson, Ioan Erosius, Linda Blake. Along with the usual functions and social activities, Baur girls attempted to broaden their intellectual hori- zons. President Linda Ever helped to ini- baur broadens intellectual horizons tiate "Moments of Beauty," a time for Baurites to pre- sent inspirational thoughts ancl dis- cussions. Not ignoring life's lighter side, however, Baur participated in the Christmas Songfest, Orphan's Day, intramurals, and exchange dinners. Ummmm , . . keep talking! First Row: Allyn Presherg, Gaye Buros, Ann Patton, Weimdy' Ashworth, Mer- rily Roimer, Mary Hart, Nancy Donielson, St-cunt! Row: Helen Moore, Cheryl Pedroni, Rosemary Hishinuma, Sheila Coggins, Carolyn Stasica, Constance Vlfoltl, Mary McCrory, Marian Petersen. Thirtl Row: Deanna Weigand, ,ludith Xvisneski, Sarah McGrath, Linda Gibbons, Karen Nvilson, Evelyn Hays, Linda Sitas, Joyce Hatton, Kathleen Hopkins. Fourth Row: Nancy loffee, Sally Stahl- huth, Connie Crapo, Deanie Hochman, Tracy Shearn, Jacqueline Vlfidniar, Karel Bammes, Diana Hush. First Ro-tu: Ann McTigue, Karen Steward, Pam Curnes, llrooke Morrison, Margaret Salford, loan Ulmer, Susie Cohen. Secmul Row: Carol Neilly, lane Bowie, Patricia Palmctier, llarnela Long, Nancy Newman, Betty jo johnson, Paula Chris- tiansen. Third Row: Nancy Barnes, Nan Morri- son, lna Rae Goflstein, Mary Kawaneoto, Barbara Yamrick, Paula Hiatt, Susan llloulae, julie Bulwul, Karen Coulson. Fourth Row: ,lane Stroyan, l'e7.ZIlV XVallner, Christi Simpson, ,losie Flint, Kaihlyn Hall, Carol Thorpe, Dianne Kann, Viera Buckner. T1 First Row: Kathy O'Donoghue, Sara Hadley, Shirley Lanlcton, Katherine XVootl, Carol McAfee, Mary Bornstcin, Sheila Sears. Second Row: Pam Boehmcr, Susie Bedtloe, Margaret Miller, lean Salten, Ginnie Giles, Kristin Cave, Donna Cowan. Third Row: lan Meissner, Zelda Sitlon, Karen Sieiert, Les Ratio, Diane Teal, lacque Welch, Susan Mclintire, Sigrid Gustafson. Fourth Row: Kathleen Young, Kathryn Pichering, Cynthia Dale, Ardyth Craig, Susan Keller, Cynthia Weaver, Rosamond Wriglir, Marcia Tempel. gk Upperclassmen living among the freshmen? lt was tried in Craven Wing this year tot create a more realistic living situation in the V111 iU5f ab0L1f1'ef'dY--'cfm YO'-1 sive me dorm. That the experiment was tremen- about five minutes? I . .4 ,, dously successful was obvious, for success keynotecl most of Craven's activities. Craven's creativity matched its brawn, for these girls Won all their volleyball games and took first prize for Homecom- crave ri wi n g makes " S u czcess " ing bulletin board decora- tions. Resident Advisors Mel- a. C3-te ody Rappe and Carol McAfee and President Nancy Barnes had much to be proud of. Ai! V Me. l 15, ' 25. . V - ' ' 'F-fjlif jigs' fi j f . , i -' 4 , 1 or 4 i f A ., JJ , 1 i ' 3 1.7, e L ,f Q.. ,, 'l,- ,i fi ,- ww--', v' , :t . AFR' I . ' l- - ,eil i ii'- yil It VN. A fn ii-R 1-1 r I 1 1. :V Q ' ',f"'1:i , si .. 1 1 1 I ' " fi-,iw 5 'lm' f'iI...:i a H -fr w.-My' ear . - ag, 2. 'S-fe 1 mf,-J stef 'H - , V i . A rw if .Lf rho Cauley That's it, buddy. STOP! If you've been looking for the pig-penfof-the-week, you'll Hnd her right here in McCauley wing- President Laura I-lay! But this D I aims R D g - e -Vveekl' girl who chooses the messiest First Row: Leslie Sue Lieberman, Sofia Marina Orma:a, Kris Knudson, ,lean Romlein, Sandra Turecek, Susan Kubie, Pat l-lealy. Second Row: Donna lean Petracek, ,ludi Sher, burne, ,lulie Durand, Alaina Alcorn, Vicki Berger, Nancy Ambrose, Sharlene Kellogg. Third Row: Connie Connor, Libby Vifilde, Cecily Morgan, Ann Barrett, Diane Sutton, Marye Bryant, Anne Moses. First Row: Sandra Turecek, Mary Golden, Nancy Duncan, Laura Hay, Sammie Kay Colvard, Sheila Fisher, ludy Helmick, Baba Linn, Janice Kuramoro, Susan Mundine. Second Row: Leslie Shenefelt, Valery liar- rows, Susan Callister, Dianne Cvuy, ,ludi Karraker, Cynthia Palmer, Jacqueline Rom- ero, Karen Lawridson, Ann Thurman, Lottie Flater. Third Row: Marlene Beckler, Diane Groenke, Gwen Childers, Diane Alexander, Sandy Uhlenhopp, Peggy Lloyd, Marilyn Babb, Francis Swicegood, Bonnie Rogan, Nib Morris, jill Butlin. Fourth Row: Anne Tipton, Mary Ellen l'loFfrnan, ,lean Swanson, Ellen Lewis, Karen Culver, lody Scheidt, Barbara lllakeley, jan Galey, Sandy Butz, Jacquelyn Pate, Paula Man' kowirz, Franki Farrell. room in the wing is one of the Hnest of McCauley's fresh and in- genious additions to dorm living. These girls also gave prizes for the best costumes at Homecoming, Hal- loween masquerade dinners, and de- licious outdoor barbeques. Their ac' tivities didn't end inside the dorm, however, for they frequently func' tioned and participated in intramu- rals and the Songfest. reynolcls Wing First Row: Christy Petersen, Diane Wallace, Lou Anne Trainer, Carol lmalani, Kleo O'l-lara, Parklyn Lanning, Hilary Hitch, Lee Nelson, Karen Eggert, jane Morgangl . M' . I U g . Billey .irie Howard. Second Row. Barbara bweanor, Joyc Asmus, Connie Humlicek, Sharon Nllfares, Jeanie Smith, Donna Heilrnan, Linda Noel, Laurie Uoodridge, Paul- Nelson. Tliiul Row: Merlyn Enarson, Carole Gibson, Vicki' Griffith, Kathryn Roserh, jan Upnlegraff, Martha McLin, Beverly Goll, Stevie Duke, Peggy Evans, Stephie Sachoff, Dianne Carlson, Donna Kartz, Laura jones, Nancy Grant. Fourth Row: Lianna McKenzie, Leslie Young, Shirley Hayes, Andrea Cookson, Betty Becker, Dianne Dirks, Karen Kerksiek, Linda Menzel, Sonia Ervo, jackie Rothf fleisch, Sheila Rooney, Maxine Hall, Judy Chiri. Picture Wind-propelled swinging saloon doors, a difluse lighting system consisting or one street lamp, and an Aztec buffalo domi- inating the whole scene. NXfho else but Reyf nolds' girls could have helped to create such: a Homecoming float! A few weeks later fwhether to recover from their Aztec buffalo or midterms is impossible to sayj Reynolds held one o ke LJ p its biggest functions with tht The morning after the night before. "There's nothin' in my box!" rl'- vv , ...-avant' l 2 1 ...A , V .C- 1'7" O fri 5 , ' 2,1 L .1 if l ' l J: I 1 ,ii ...Us-:L Twilighters to help rejuvenate lagging spirits. Reynolds obviously kept up its good relations with the men on campus in spite of their refusal of Vifillard boys 'gKeep curtains open" proposal. X fw Q -H.-3 'N ' QR ...O x 1 L Q"" u- 1 - .Q-.. v Q9 Y 1 'Q -1-1 Qin.. ,,, "Hrs The girls of Alamosa wing learned the mean- ing of cooperation as they got to know their roommates and initiated their own tutoring service. The service helped emphasize high scholastic 8l3l'T"lCDS3 Iearlnls achievement which was their main goal. Alamosa residents, under the direction of Carol Telup, president, and Nancy Stark and Vicki Thompson, resident advisors, led an active social life. Functions with different men's dorms and curious males drifting in from everywhere were common excuses for not studying. First Row: Christie Piel, Sherri O'Connor, Annajean Jacobs, Marcia Petersen, Anita WQIH, Sandra South, Jacqueline Block, Jennie Meeting, Margie Allen. Second Row: Sandra Mastrota, Quita Perelli-Minetti, Connie Sue Ferguson, Nina Harrison, Gene Shocklez, Merrily Bennett, Glora Kmitch, Barbara Johnson, Priscilla Parham, Judy Kay Candler. Third Row: Nancy Stark, Judy Fender, Ann Lawlor, Cappie Fine, Andrea Biel, Shirley Zimmerman, Joyce Lawler, Linda Marbry, Karen Watts, June Stewart, Faith Rogers, Vicki Thompson. Fourth Row: Sue James, Maridel Wakeheld, Julie Howell, Sandra Bigelow, Anita Ralph, Carolyn Smith, Gloria Priebe, Blanche Guenther, Mary McDonald, Kitty Kendall, Dottie Grow. l-low can your mother hate me already . . . she hasn't even met mel i First Row: Suzanne Nash, Vera Kallaa, Pamela Fawcett, Colleen 'l'riguero, Debbie Wfeiss, Linda Spaniel, Nancy Jones. St-coml Jacolason, Jane Bomlwcrger, Pat Scharmann, Lois Nance, Helen Fitzpatrick, Danna llller, Janie Kesler Tyus, Anita Skinner. Tliiv-tl Row: Barbara Maureen Gartlantl, Gail Pairiclc, Lynn Rowland, Judy well, Mary Kimball, Ann NVarnock, Weiitly' Newlwold Tcler, Sugar Fell. Foarrli Row: Sherry Blankenship t . de Triolo, Carla Nelson, Lynn Hoffman, Judy Man Uihlein, Megan Evans, Mary Bielefeld, Patricia Monica Lce Brown. lr First Row: Diane Clement, Laura Douglas, Nancy Becker, Dianne Sabom, Sally l-lemmeter, Linda Vodrazka, Carol Tucker, Carol Ehrenfeld, Edna Mosley, Penny Lou Lowman. Second Row: Mary lane Wiendl, Susan Whirescarver, Shirley Harper, Denise Dawson, Barbara Coone, Mary Zinn, ,lan Cummings, Betty Perkins, Cathy Hawthorne, Kathy Curran, Sandy Bourassa, ,loan Williams, Pat Lowrey, Susan Seibert. Tliirrl Row: Sally Maiden, Sandy flahns, Margery Blanc, Toni Tem- pleton, Marilyn Mansell, Glenda jones, Polly Nicolaus, Sandy Bower, Terry Brooke, Elaine Shackelford, Amy Davis, ,loyce Ritter, Nancy Handlcman. Cigarette and coke machines, excite- ment and hilarity all add up to Eagle Wing. Their girls' football team was the "kick-off" to a fun- rf- ' Maybe if l close my eyes it wonit be so bad filled year which in- eagle wing "kicks off" year cluded guest speakers, a fashion show, and parties. It was "trick or treatn in reverse when the girls distributed pumpkins and good- ies among the children in Boulder's hospitals. With the help and leader' ship of President Amy Davis and Resident Advisor Roberta Mattlack the year was a complete success. First Row: Brenda Bills, Loie Belknap, Bobbie Carpenter, Carol Riley, Linda Gallagher, jill Obright, Cheryl Marble, Sondra Fields, Karen Smith. Second Row: joan l.aBounry, Marilee Henry, Mary Coffee, Sharon Wilkinson, Margaret Clark, Nancy Boscoe, Sharie Cohen, Linda Hanf son, Par O'Neal, Thursa Merritt, Margie Eakins. Third Row: Aileen Crawford, Julie Lelioy, Anne Ahlvers, Wendy' Chamberlain, Sharon Heisel, Karen Stafford, janet Heppes, Judy Lalley, ,lacque- line Hansen, Carol Thurman, Alta May I-CPU12, ludi l.cwis. Beauty, brains, and brawn united in Mesa Wing to make it one of the most outstanding dorm wings on campus. Under the direction of President Diane Deere and Resident Advisors Patti Clark and Jeanne Cowles, elected the - - 1963 Homecoming Queen, the wing council Worked YTT S53 VVI ICI g LJ F1 ltes beg Lltb for the hest academic achievements and social events. "Wing Dings" included the Halloween party, the AWS brains, and brawn Revue, a spring fashion show, and a ski trip. Whether in intramurals, scholastic endeavors, or functions, Mesa girls were ready to rally with their Mesa Drinking Song and plenty of noise. First Row: Gwen Dyer, Carol Ritter, Lana Sparks, Patti Parry, -litckie Wflieeler, Suzie Hammond, Karen Erickson, Susan George. Sucmul Row: Virginia Heiser, ,lorja XVinn, Rarhara Bair, Diana Deere, Trish Hayes, Sherry Novak, Barb Kraus, Barb Osborne, Patty Lewis. Tlrirtl Row: Xvendy Haniner, Penelope Pilliarcl. ,lnlie Postma, Carol McCain, Darlene McLachlan, ,loan Harvey, len' nifer Prestwootl, lucli Porges, Ginny Myers, Mar- gie jackson, Nancy Kuwalaara. Fmt:-rlt Row: Lynn XVeissman, Ralwo fiocllioltl, Billie Blietz, Rarlwy Pettit, Marjorie Reynolds, ,lane Shelton, Betty Firth, Marsha Lopez, Pamela Grange, Dorothy Simson, Karen Harrison. , J of queenly grace and First Row: Sally Searcy, Suzie Barr, Paula Nelson, Rohhc loncs, lvlufl'i XVestergaril, Katie Schoeninf tier, ,lan Weinstein, Karen Hamil, Ina Mullis, lo Ann Pretsch, Nancy lvlillcr. Xuctmtl Row: Diana Albritton, Marti Reid, jackie Walter, Carole Smith, ,lucly Corbett, Lila XVarlwnrton, Cathy Hawk, Mary Lynn Hoag, Pam Ross, Sharon Reach, Mary Anne Ciingrich, Donna Foster, Tltirtl Row: Hallie Volts, Annette Durkin, ,loan Lutz, Nancy Lane, Constance Morgan, Patty Clark, leanne Cowles, Marianne Lester, Carolyn Carman, Carole Steinberg, liohliic Schor, Rc-thie Cronluncl, Diane Harmon, Emily Favour, Xllfallis Fraley. Foitrtli Row: Pat Plaga, Carla Lanning, lanis Hyne, Amy Rice, XVinifrecl Ann Finch, ,laney Xllfatson, Claire Dorrier, Margy lennings, Mary-Ellen Morbeck, Bobbi Cohew, Myra NVarshafsky, Barbara Sosin, Lynn Skinner, Sue Thayer, Susie McMahan. I brush my teeth after every meal. irst Row: loan Goldthwait, Barbara Taylor, athryn Hubbs, Joyce Sakaguchi, Trudy Best, mily Hee, Barbara Diehl, Claudia Sale, Jamie rentice. Second Row: Pamela Rich, Michele waddle, Sylvia Hanna, Caren Scott, Sally Dee ensen, Kathleen Cabell, Margaret Schimming, ane Stapleton, Tobey Ellis. Third Row: Kay early, Io Ann Williamson, Mona Pettus, Nell olc, Madelon Dodd, Trudy Walljasper, Helen ilclebrandt, Sheila Heasley, Marjory Bainton, athy Sheppard. qligsp-Q5-r3ef?qaa7-i:e1vg,j, i... - 1-,,-M, 5--. .-..- .i .. ,.,. ,. . , 1-Q.:-.,,.- 1. .,5,.,,. I The upperclass girls of Summitt were at their peek this year. The girls collaborated with upperclass wings of the men's dorms to prof duce a talent show as an out- SLI FT1 l'T'1 Vvi 'jg pmd LIC-jeg let for the many folk singing talent show enthusiasts. They also held panel discussions on timely and thought pro- voking topics. Led by President Penny Coe and Resident Advisor Ebie Washington, Summitt also sponsored ten orphans by treat- ing them to lunch and a football game. First Row: Ann Garretson, Kathleen Ann Shew- maker, Ebie Wasliington, Micki Hausmann, Beth Perlmutrer, Karen Cohner, Anne Barry, Karen Andrews, Carole Bryant. Second Row: Kathy lannusch, Mary Ann Arms, Joanna Ganong, Mar- gie Scheuble, Cathy Robinson, Teri Brockhagen, Gretchen Lamb, Virginia Bailey, Toshiko Tange, Gretchen NVilliams, Ruthann Lemley. Third Row: Susan Dowell, Reva Tean Merritt, Clarissa Quin- lan, Annie Falkenberg, Karoline Eickele, Sheila Kern, Mary Dodd, Gwen Vlarner, ludy Dvorak, Ann Heil. ii. 'S s lb' Q -3 Vw" .I l .nv 'No J I iv,-.vQf" 411' qs -vcmf'f" -1. - I-T, 'A .,,..f.: ..-,'.1Qv' 'N CU-usrxfu -1 T M: " l' " -- --Q'f.'- -'fm - A.. ,. . . 11 4.aan1s Iibby hall TSt Row: Betsy Sley, Ginny Elkin, Jerrie Nelson, Judy vin, Jane Elmblade, Jo Ann Ashworth. Second Row: enda Levitt, Carol Gladstone, Deborah Berggren, Judith vingston, Ann Edwards, Pat Taylor, Suzy Chesnick, Joyce tter, Barbara Bradley. Third Row: Jean Stolze, Valerie rasner, Dietra Brown, Laura Hackman, Shirley Palermo, e Cvardenswartz, Pamela Sue Jones, Helen Fogel, Roberta benstein, Carol Jeter. Fourth Row: Alexandra Darrow, yce Bishop, Carolyn Estes, Martha Christensen, Karen Sue nderson, Donna Duchek, Julie Clausen, Jane Twinem, aryn Paulson, Ann Holaday. Baca Wing managed to baffle and confuse their Resident Advisors Ann Petty and Lee Ellen Gardenschwartz again this year by sneaking off with dinner during the first week of classes. How could the advisors guess that vvi Fig VVi FIS the "Baca Jocks" Would wangle the 1963 trophy football trophy as well as take honors in vol- leyball, basketball, bowling, and swimming, not to mention the jacks tournament! Under the leadership of President Judy Levin, Z3Vz girls attained scholastic success While the remainder enjoyed social success at the many dorm functions, evening sere- nades, and the fabulous spring barbeque. It's only my pet boa constrictor .... First Row: Wilma Moellenherg, Pris Hammill, Diane Draper, Linda Joyce Smith, Bobbi Rosen- thal, Katherine Temple, Carolyn Rubis, Joan Hammond. Second Rmu: Norma Jean Rucker, Jonell Yeager, Ellen Frayle, Carol Sternberg, Linda Jo Shirley, Nancy Gardner, Marsha Barnes, Mary Beers, Sharon Hanley. Third Row: Sheryl Clark, Anita Munson, Joie Dominus, Jo Anne Williams, Jill Keating, Susan Keppler, Patty Castles, Ann Ditzler, Barbara Benioff, Jill Schoin- feld. Fourth Row: Judith Hildreth, Sally Brown, Cynthia Johnston, Cynthia Petty, Jenna Owen, Judy Effinger, Carol Frisk, Maxine Wilson, Pamela Mandel. Gilpin Wing showed good taste this year in picking pretty girls! Two of their candidates became semi-finalists: Donna Jernigan for Homecoming Queen and Winnie Wellein for Freshman Queen. , Who would ever guess that - - - these grae with such an eye gllpl ri wi rig has eye for beauty for beauty would so enthusi- astically participate in intramurals and ore ganize their own football game with Baca Wing? But they did! In addition, Resident Advisor Caroline Connally and President Ellen Silverman promoted such activities as Homecoming decorations, scholastic aids, functions, and dress-up dinners. Q l , 1 5 5.5 First Row: Barbara Haar, Dorothy Crandell, Carolyn Peterson, Joan Bullington, Susan Doll, Linda C. Smith, Diane Hopple, Susan Berney. Second Row: Irene Ramunno, Sally Knop, Carolyn Lefkowirz, Susan Chase, Vicki Kahn, Kay Hamil, Judy Wood, Meredith Hays, Janine Kingery. Third Row: Jo-Elaine Matsumoto, Jo Penn, Carol Wiggins, Anne McKeever, Carol Collup, Jeannette Garnier, Sharon Cohen, Leslie Milliren, Linda Slouen, Dede Sokolof, Karen Scott. Fourth Row: Julie Dubhs, Flo Beth Lindsay, Sue Harris, Marlene Kaplan, Sylvia Batten, Shirley Bothman, Betty Weaver, Bonnie Goldberg, Jane McGuffin, Sandra Grossman, Judy Gilmore. Roll, roll, roll your hair. L - - ' First Row: Nancy Muehleisen, Colette Carol Greenberg, Ellen Silverman, Joan Carolyn Carrick, June Kuhicl-:. Second Nancy Telleen, Marilyn Todd, Carolyn Caroline Kezcr, Lizalvetli Wilner, Anne Diane Saliman, Caroline Connally. Third Connie Apple, Patsy Goetzman, Chai Barlvara Storey, Carol Maxwell, Carol Mary Alles, Dace lverts, Karen Anderson, Ackerman. Fourtli Row: Jean Lipscomb, 1 Krause, Sandra Lawhon, Beverly Schmidt, Lassilzx, Beverly Jones, Mary Ann Bothe, McCracken, Carolyn Mann, Carole Susan George. 320 can you find the most fun-loving the noisiest quiet hours, and the stream of parties? Montrose wing course! These girls proved to be tops- the basement to the third floor. Not did they win first place the volleyball tournament, they also provided CU ith the 1963 Freshman Queen. ed by Connie Molina, president, and Pinky arlow and Judy Kawamoto, resident advi- ors, Montrose girls enjoyed a year filled ith songfests, sneaks, and football games ith men's dorms. ake the bus and leave the driving to you? a. First Row: Bonnie Bloom, Nancy Mates, Janis Wheeler, Kathe Coleman, Brenda Sekiya, Elaura Jaquetre, Kathryn Oka. Second Row: Carol Muel- ler, Ellen Hodgson, Karen Fink, Nancy MacFar- land, Jill Greenamyer, Cheryl Smith, Marilyn Willette, Janeth Lewis. Third Row: Margaret McCvuire, Lou Ann Clymer, Laura Stevenson, Joyce Fevaag, Judith Gain, Jeanette Lyng, Patricia Arneson, Nancy Rogers, Susan Georgeson. Fourth Row: Janet Sollenberger, Patricia Stetler, Patti Hitt, Rowena Donelson, Mary Hickey, Suzanne Clayton, Sally Morrison, Linda Smith, Patty Floyd, Heather Boughton, Nancy Rolander. rnontrose wing is a fun-loving basement 'l 'W - , Q l L 'ii First Row: Mary Oliver, Sheila Klausner, Beth Gardenswartz, Vicki Weinreich, Susan Salstone, Bette Williams, Deni Schroeder, Toni Banducci, Susan Johnson. Second Row: Lynda Noris, Rosemary Taylor, Linda Friedman, Sharron Jackson, Linda Bolt, Pat Lind, Judy Kawamoto, Patty Tilton, Barbara Dendahl, Salle Werth, Patti Einstoss. Third Row: Julia Garrison, Heather McFalls, Mary Garver, Patricia Starkebaum, Connie Molina, Trish Phillips, Diane Meckstroth, Nancy Newhouse, Joyce McLaughlin, Pam Thompson, Ura Dittbrenner, Mickey Powers, Susan Shire. Fourth Row: Jennifer Fyke, Pat Barron, Liz Wood, Lee Ann Smith, Georgia Hodgson, Kathy Moore, Marilyn Matasovic, Beth Maxwell, Lynn Doran, Nancy Nadal, Jeanne Zahn, Nancy Schmittgen, Karen Wiesel- mann, Judy Van Peenan. First Row: Susan Crane, Dolores Bononcini, Frances Feldmayer, Anne Carman, Susan Parki- son. Sccmul Row: Deidra Burkett, Carolyn Shearer, Bonnie Mathias, Mimi Budd, Sherrilyn Bell, Sharolyn Giaugue. Third Row: Carol Green- wald, Christine Masters, Patricia Kortum, Donna Arndt, Theresa Calza, Sondra Grill, Marcia lones, Virginia Messer, Fourth Row: Alison Chirtock, Theresa Bowden, Leilani Damke, Maria Douvas, Karen johnson, Betty Lynne Carlson, Ann Mar- low, Gail Barron. yurna wing First Row: Vergene Graham, MaryAnn Monso liarhara Sralzle, Sharon Clark, Susan ClyLl1 Dianne Davis. Semin! Row: Nancy Munroe, Mai Anne Castle, Carol Kintlell, Susan Wfing, Darle Swartz, Shasta Ahhott, jndith Steinberg. Tliir Rimv: Linda Hargett, Marie Alhrecht, Eilee Knight, Sue Hammill, ,Indy Emeson, Teresa Pres man, Priscilla Dratter, janet lda, ,lutly Balic Fmirtli Row: ,loan Foley, Vicki Manigold, jut Wzillzice, Marie Hayes, Sharon Stephens, Kate XViddilield, Cheryl Anderson, Susan Read. The upperclass Women of Yuma Wing founa themselves in a unique position of respon sihility in living under the residence halls honor system. Based on Con- I ives u rm d e r I'1 o n O r syste rn adwaon, respect, and hon- -4,..L""f.fg-.+,.' ' ' " -- C .,., J--f'.fC vt, J.I""'i ' -rr-as .M e-.i.-ggi NX Y-ff e'I",7 Wil .T rT'Y'ffT' if I 4,', . C 5 A r 5 i fig s e it i ,,, R' x Q itxffv .t ik ' 'if',l, T if., li.. ,yfx ' 'ai' 'I " ' .wx . L if I ' K, , A 1' - , l'r'v3 ii" "J ?fi,w"1t: ,,T'i1X iii ......qi... ,-, ...,..-J 'i E27 .YLUT et Si far i T if 322 A 55' 6 X 3 Ge xl if-ij! A Ys.. .fx 35" ' -we i id , it -C esty, the honor system guidecl the Coeds' dress and hours so that no specific: regulations were needed. These girls, led b President Mimi Budd and Resident Adviso Kay Feldmayer, Worked hard both to per petuate the honor system and to encourage: its growth in other living units. It was not all Work and no play for Yuma. girls. just ask them about their l-lalloweer party, complete with haunted house! o male . . . no mail! sewall hall First Row: Cheryl Xllforley, Marty Griswold, Julie Curtis, Virginia Webb, Karen Knowles, Susan Diehl. Second Row: Bobbye Vinson, Karen Elken- berry, Ruth Hoffman, Pam Ethington, Linda Buet- :er, Linda Hostetler, Madelyn Best. Third Row: Cfiail Schuman, Connie Andersen, Mary Ander- son, Mary Mothershed, Karen Cross, Marywyn Reyonlds, Cvinni Morgenroth. Buying freshman beanies, celebrating eighteenth birthdays with a free pitcher of beer at the Tule and a party with cake and trimmings at the dorm, going before hearing board, and attempting to get monevbackffomfhe bigelow wing learns the ropes broken snack bar ma- chines, kept Bigelow freshmen busy from the beginning of school until the end. It did not take them long to learn the ropes of college life, though, and soon they were actively participating in all campus activities, both scholastic and social. I changed my mind. I donlt want you to protect me from myself! First Row: Gyanne Shipman, Betty Ann Wahl, Sandra Shaw, Sara Downs, Chartan Larncd, Sandy Adamson, Mary Ann Hertel. Second Row: Corinne Archer, Bonnie Diel, Sharon Cimina, Janey Criswell, Patti Knoll, l.ynne Lake, Susan Little, Taaffe Ander- son. Third Row: Patty Redpath, Dianna Kindred, Roxanne Freeman, Barbara Krebs, Susan Thompson, Connie Theos, Karin Ringheim, Pat Blount, Bonnie Arford. Fourth Row: Linda Wiiig, Barrie Bucknum, Stephanie Cook, Rosemary Oliver, Gwen Anderson, Kathie Emrich, Jeanine Foster, jean Demarest, Pam Bradley. First Row: Maraleta Searl, Janis Cole, Cheryl Clapham, Margie Wing, Margo Harmon, Judy Stwalley, Janice Milburn. Second Row: Gloria Weber, Jane Smith, Michele Mercier, Carol Paris, Barabra Benson, Kathy McCarthy, Janna Vaughn, Linda Kraybill, Roberta Hir- schfield. Third Row: Kathy Canale, Kitty Moisan, Kate Brodt, Kelli Bowers, Ellen- Thornton, Becky. Keller, Jacki Faust, Jaybea Moody. l Harding Wing takes scholastic honors with Goren's rules. Rumor had it that the campus cops were trying to deputize the girls of Harding Wing. Why? After only two months of school last fall, these dauntless girls had succeeded in cap- turing eight prowlers Cvvith a mini- mum of assistance, of coursej! These feminine Dick Tracys, led by Resi- dent Advisors Roberta Hirschfield and Bobby Knapp and President Becky Keller, also en' harcling wing encourages art of joyedthemofemtm. dane aspects of dorm D FCDVVI G fklq 3. D I3 F1 g life by enthusiastically participating Row: Janet Cathcart, Karleen Weese, Row: Roberta Knopp, Judith Stevens, Brooks, Claire Fife, Louise Toston,, Dianna Third Row: Jeanne Spaulding, Victoria Marguerite Spute, Faith Kavas, Mary Riley, Cherry Giles, LaDonna Reynolds, Susan Mary Louise McReynolds. Fourth Row: Dugan, Linda Cain, Twila Coe, Carol Conk- Mary Louise Cudcly. Marjorie Greer, Judith Polly Breymeier, Barbara Friel. 1. Johnson, Susan Kawakami, Kyle Runyon. l. in intrarnurals, functions, and Or- phan's Day. First Row: Lucy Shull, Gloria Chang, Ava Schmidt, Leslie Fraker, Louise Slocum, Valerie Hein, Jane Maxwell. Second Row: Helen Koeppen, Marguerite Blackford, Patricia Hall, Marcia Danuser, Becky Kocsis, Ellen Hatch, loan Vinyard, Marcia Hass. Third Row: Patricia Forman, Marion Kinsey, Linda Larson, Nanette Schlieman, Barbara Hultin, Mary Lou Johnson, Noralee Nelson, Lynne McCann, Linda Wygant. Fourth Row: Robbin Evans, loan Voute, Marion Shuey, Bonnie Thompson, lo Anne Smutny, Mara Silliman, Mary Io Ettlebrick, Laura Price, Pamela Ray. Cleopatra, Santa Claus, and a threefeyed temptress accompanied by her pet vulture visited Lester Hall for the year's first big social event - a Halloween Sure, lill catch you! cosfumepafrv.Theeif1sbafe- Iester wing reverts to second ly had time to recover from this reversion to a second childhood when they were invaded by those still in their first. Childrenis Day, however, resulted in fun for everyone, although the end of the day found bits of gooey candied apples and lunch dis- tributed liberally on clothes and in hair. The rest of the year was active socially with a Christmas party for an orphanage Cminus the candied appleslj and a spring hayride and barn dance. First Row: Judy DeMara, Linda Smith, Marilyn Warren. Second Row: Julianne Sobeski, Linda Bell, April Smith, ,lan White, Catherine Bell. Not Pictured: lane Widdows, Sharon Macki, Karen Karpel, Carol Lures, Marion Mar- lock, Barbara Bressan, Elaine Nesmith, Margo Shaw, Kathy Douglas, Barbara Lulcaszewicz, Carolyn Brown, Susanna Metke, Jean DeLong, Sally McVey, Karen Nelsen, Eunice Weber. Childhood First Row: Elizabeth Leach, Becky Gould, Sharon Smith, Vivian Ramunno, Katharine Westerberg, Judith York. Second Row: Lavonna Hudleson, Jan Boothro.yd, Linda Young, Betsy Boice, Anne Kraybill, Linda Grimm, Nan Deal, Susie Whitaker. Third Row: Marsha Foy, Deborah Edwards, Amparo Cespedes, Sandra Hein, Eloise Logsdon, Lucy Carpenter, Lousie Prichard, Julianna Overland. The tutor system, by which the upperclass- men of McKeehan were able to help fresh- men and other upperclassmen with their studies, was established to maintain McKee- han's tradition of the highest inter-dorm average. Secret Santas haunted the wing at Christ- mas time, and the girls helped Santa give to the needy by making and distributing Christ- mas baskets. Other activities included func- tions, guest speakers, hasher-council trades, and intramurals. Pres- First Row: Linda Lee, Roseanne Clark, Jonna Blair, Kathy Lodge, Jo Ann Cram, Jean Cotter, Janet Norman, Safari Brown. Second Row: Nila Jean Ottinger, Lorene Baumgartner, Betty Burick, Kathy Gerke, Karen Thomas, Judy Tiefel, Claudine Ellis, DeAnn Hill, Mary Taiber. Third Row: Judy Baker, Betty Hazard, Virginia Allison, Crystal Osborne, Sharon Sabec, Hilary Todd, Joan Emerson, Shannon Patterson, Mandy Rid- gely, Andrea Stover. idemDebbieEdwafds rnckeehan wing installs and Resident Advisors Lucy Carpenter and Nancy Noehren en- couraged a feeling of independence and re- sponsibility which became characteristic of all the girls. You mean l have to go through all that just to go home? t u to r syste rn -39,3 f-7'1, fl 5 ' It 5 r a H If there weren't so many activities, maybe I could start going to college! First Row: Paula Shepherd, Nancy Niles, Virginia Rea, Pamela Oviatt, Barbara Reynolds, lucly Stromfcld, Mary Peacock, Carol McGlothlen, Nancy Carlson, Wiliiia- Ancell, Ellen Neill. Second Row: Susan Camicn, Patricia jordan, Virginia Hinson, Sandra Lohman, Sherry Alcenhcad, Ver- nelle Koenig, Barbara Wakeheltl, Lucille Damme, Suzanne Craven, Janice Kuster, Linda Harris, Jan Woolley. Third Row: Nancy Nordhausen, Sharon Brosius, Susan Hennig, lenipher Blee, Cassandra Manuel, Donna Pavlick, Mary Beall, Mary Lowe, Anne Karr, Marilyn Davis, Mary Mc- Aninch. Fourth Row: Marilyn VariclcrW:il, Meredith Perry, Sylvia Rueter, Jody Priess, Sherilynn Cain, Karen Ander- son, Susan Rice, Linda Rickena, Mary lane Wittniayer, Pa- tricia Mclivoy, Sandra Quine. Fifrl1'Row: Mira Van Camp, Carolyn Densen, Sandra Stockman, Martha Sipp, Patricia Seiferth, Barbara Herrick, lutly Zimmerman, Stephanie Enge. First Row: Marian Root, Ann Henkle, ,loanne Wilke, Tran Thi Son, Patricia Agatsuma, Alice Dillon, Barbara Brock- way. Second Row: Carolyn Rainbow, Elizabeth Blank, Dee Ann Hipps, Nguyen Thi Ngan, Mary Mummery, Kathleen Rice, Leanna Easley, Carol Van Den Heuvel. Third Row: Rila Grosvenor, jean Biesemeier, Frazier Scurry, Carol Schiff, Norma Anderson, Sandra Dreith, Sandra Hall-ter, Dorthea Figge. Fourth Row: Darien Powers, Lee Jarvis, Katherine Harper, ,leanne Cobb, Nina Tomasovic, jean Trankle, Edith Matteo. Fall semester started with a weekend outing at the YWCA Camp in Estes Park for all students at the Medical Center in Denver, Other fall events included a big-little sister breakfast and an old-fashioned Halloween party with the girls at Mt. View Home in Morrison. During the spring semester, several special- interest nights were planned. These were de- voted to such topics as: "Styling and Care of Hair," folk music, an easy way to play bridge, and parliamentary procedure. As Iune graduation approached, the seniors were honored at a Junior-Senior Banquet at the Albany Hotel, and a Cap and Gown Luncheon was held at the UMC for gradu- ating seniors, their parents, and friends. Leading the nursing students this year were Shirley McCorkle, presidentg Marilyn Van- derWal, vice-president, Katherine Harper, treasurerg and Dorothea Figge, secretary. Sponsors were Miss Alice Haakinson and Miss Barbara Andrews. student nurses engage in varie social activities .. ' 1 doctors get skilled aid frorn laboratory lassies 11 if physical therapists work for patients' rehabilitation First Row: Marie Leung, Bette Hoebel, Mitsu Yoshida, Elizabeth Shiflet, Judy Nordlie, Jacque- line Betts, Second Row: Sherrill Dukeminier, Pam Smith, Mary Lynne Reisenweber, Mary Stewart, Christy Dukes, Sharon Nylin, Valerie Geltz. Third Row: Jean Stark, Donna Beavor, Terry Thompson, Cyrilda Mellor, Nadene Kurusovich, Carolyn Benes. Fourth Row: Nancy Dalke, Carole Puxty, Jane Dohrmann, Ruth Dieckman. The training of medical technologists begins with three years of formal ed- ucation in arts and sciences on the Boulder campus and is followed by twelve months of clinical training at the University School of Medicine in Denver. The primary responsibility of these medical technologists is to make ac- curate laboratory analyses of the pa- tient for the doctor. The class is taught by a staff headed by Dr. Joseph H. Holmes. The offi- cers for this year are Judy Nordlie, president, Christy Dukes, vice-presi- dentg Mary Lynne Reisenweber, sec- retary-treasurerg and Nancy Dalke, class representative. First Row: Raleigh Curry, Brenda McLean, Carol Larson, Loretta Castles, Holly Lea, Jeannine Mc- Ginnis, Mary Jean Dodero. Second Row: Donald Owens, Pat Mayeda, Sandra Anderson, Nancy Stephens Ehn, Sharon Hughes, Gary Lindahl, Gerald Ballard. Third Row: Miss Dorothy Hoag, Ed. Director, Sidney Williams, Judy Pryor, Sandra Murray, Charla Ruland, Malle Gja, LaNita Scott, Miss Eleanor Wescott, Instructor, Karen Condon, Mr. James Clinkingbeard, Instructor. Physical Therapy students spend their last year of study at the Uni- versity of Colorado Medical Center in Denver where they study subjects such as anatomy and physiology as well as the subjects specifically ap- plicable to their field of rehabilita- tion and treatment. Following their school year in Denver and their sum- mer of affiliation with various hos- pitals in the Denver area, they will receive a B.S. degree and a certificate in Physical Therapy. The staff included Miss Dorothy Hoag, educational director of the Curriculum of Physical Therapy, and Miss Eleanor Wescott and Mr. James Clinkingbeard, instructors. The class officers were Gerald Bal- lard, president, and Charla Ruland, secretary. First Row: Lynda Miller, Ruthie Patterson, Linda Noel, jo Ellen WilSOU.SCC011Ll Row: Frances Feld- mayer, Cynthia Petty, Nancy Noehrcn, Moya Bar- ker, Cynthia Telep. The Women's Residence Halls As- sociation is composed of Central Board and the Presiclent's Round- table. Although the two groups have separate and distinct projects, they are both working towards the ulti- mate goal of improving the condi- tion of residence halls. Presidents Roundtable studies vari- ous aspects of residence hall living, such as study facilities, arrangement of freshman and upperclass wings, dress regulations, and other impor- tant features. President's Roundtable is composed of the president of each dorm wing, the WRHA Senator to ASUC, a representative from Cen- tral Board, and an advisor. Central Board is made up of one resident advisor from each residence hall, a representative from Presi- dent's Roundtable, the wrha strives for residence WRHAsenafof,-md improvements an advisor. This group studies the mechanics of WRHA, its relationship to MRI-IA and the func- tion of resident advisors and their relationship with the residence halls counselors. Central Board is respon- sible for supplying the Christmas trees, kitchen equipment, newspa- pers, and sports equipment for the halls, awarding a scholarship, and organizing the residence hall formal in cooperation with MRI-IA. First Row: Diana Deere, Frances Feldmayer, Ter- rie Heath, Cindy Telep, Ruthie Patterson, Janie Metzger. Second Row: Stephanie Cook, Nancy Parker, Nancy Barnes, Deborah Edwards, Mimi Budd, Connie Molina, Ellen Silverman. Third Row: Laura Hay, Penny Coe, Becky Keller, Linda Etrcr, Judy Levin, Amy Davis. ,L Q. 1 VV 1 ' 1 W . X ff' N e. Y 'rf NM mf First Row: Sandy Temple, Jody Beckman, Kathy Skillen, Karen Reynolds, Nancy Fletcher, Debrah Bornstein, Terrie Heath, Kathy Horrigan, Chris- tine Nelson. Second Row: Stella Dunham, Jen- nifer Kirkton, Judie Coyre, Margy Goldstein, Linda Killoch, Alexandra Zavelle, Betty Edlun, Cathy Barhy, Lynette Olsen, Susan Smith, Linda Conzett. Third Row: Leslie Tormey, Nancy Savarese, Kay Sullivan, Linda Nelson, Linda Trip, Betty Keller, Marion McKnight, Barbara Isaac- son, Patti Snell, Anne Wilson, Janet Prehn, De- Ann Mclvlahan. Fourth Row: Anne Laing, Linda Lazzerino, Jocelyn Weller, Patricia Lease, Madelyn Wagner, Linda Laws, Carol Alison, Gretchen Trimble, Sally Price, Susan LeVeau, Carol Robin- son, Claudette Earl. New this year is Kittredge Komplex which is composed of Andrews Hall for men, Smith Hall for women, and the cofed Commons building-Kifffedgf kittreclge korriplex has country acted as a separate unit, and all activities were planned for the complex as a whole by the kkk-Kittredge Komplex Kouncil under the leadership of wing presif dents Nancy Parker, Ellen Fair- weather, and Terri Heath from Smith, and Pete Rauser, Wayne Tay- lor, and Steve Bong from Andrews. Bicycles are a must. club atmosphere First Row: Karen McLean, Ashley Cvilbert, Patti Nancy Parker, Sue l-lacltathorn, Enilda R Conner. Second Row: Margaret Britt, Fidelia Linda Styer, Doris Socha, Janice Gualtieri, Lynne Linda Horn, Patricia Carlton, Darlene l'loH'man Row: Nancy Reordan, Janet Musser Kathleen Sandra Davis, Jeanne Nelson, Judith Kay Joan l-lenshaw. Fourtli Row: Annie Juchat, ner, Kay Schneider, Nona Swirala, Barbara Harris, Nigro, Ella Schafer. 'iirst Row- Patricia Youn Nant: Bramle Rebecca Robin ' 1 gr Y Y: ' on, lane Taylor, Susan Stein, Laura Garnsey, ,lean Epstein, usan Bruno. Second Row: Suzi Post, Diana Jean Platts, ohnene Danforth, Patricia Curry, Linda Cvray, Jonny reene, Margie Brown, Leah Triebswetter, Lois Sperber, uBeth McLeran, Kathleen Adams. Third Row: Kathie urtis, Penny Lutz, Kathy Paulson, Garnette Walker, ritzi Stignecker, Dawn Pyle, Dawn Roach, Margaret Par- ons, Dixie DeLozier, Susan I, Smith, Marcia Phelan, Susie . Smith, Sandy Walker. Fourth Row: Diana Foote, Helen rosby, Sue Dee, Margarett Booth, ,lane Schiebel, Carole atchen, Linda Stewart, Dorie Bauer, Sue Hollis, Mary heldon, Cindy Townshend, Donna Reed. It may be new but it's unfurnished mong the unusual social and ath- tic events initiated by Kittredge ere football games in the lake before e floods came, chris- Hins Of the lake rnain attraction is private pond fterwards, dances eld outside in the Commons area, ajama parties, cookouts on the driv- g range, and skating parties on the ke. In the FUNction department, e Komplex had its share of wood- es and ski parties in addition to a hristmas and a spring formal held the beautiful Commons building. irst Row: Enid Unatin, Kathy Harris, Karen nglish, Ann Britt, Lynda Rosenberg, Gale Stein, ayl Oldham, Gay Lynne Norman. Second Row: arol lford, Carol Vallieres, Sally Miller, Brenda ogaboom, Ellen Bloom, loan Cunningham, rina Schulte, Joan Klein, ,ludi Laird, Ann Craw- rd, Georgia Burg. Third Row: June Brecken- dge, Lynn Marrow, Kathleen Roe, Marsha Bolles, tricia Owens, Pamela Deeble, Betty Wickwire, aron Fisher, Linda Kristenson, Marci Goldberg, idge Singer, Marilyn Shaklee. Fourth Row: arolyn Baiamont, Joann Bennett, Marta Jorgen- n, Pamela Corson, Bonnie Lambert, Nancy 3 dams, Rosanne Geils, Linda Altman, Carol illis, jean De Graff, Mary Jones. i kittreclge boasts exclusive snack bar Firxc Rim: Karen Kearney, Karen Krarzer, Peggy lxlarult, Carole Beclcwirh, l-uris Sinclair. Second Row: Margrci Casey, ,lane Metzger, Shirley Spen- cer, Margaret Gam, Emilia Guadagnoli. Third Ruw: Katherine Willis, Dorothy Zimmerman, Ruth l'arterson, Pat Dugan, lan Pamplin. Firxt Ruw: Robert Webster, Clinton lnouye, Dan Phillips, Milton Knutson. Sccuml Row: Robe: Cray, Shui-Yuen NO, Edmund, Gayle lohansso Karl lnlwansson, Richard Torpy, NVilliam Whit Third Row: Richard llaker, Kenneth Weave ,lohn Schwartz, Carl Ferguson, William Kapl: Richard Bonndy, Richard Mitchell. Fmcrzli Rou Richard Ducker, Ray Wbrthington, Richard Wfah Carl Cranor, W':iyne Taylor, George Bane Ronald Kingham. You can't be .1 .cozy pajanfia lounges quiet library ,,, Tarn! , 5-ug "' Q f' ill A i li: l drink, drink . . . for the worst is to come. Ju: john Fiegel, Vance Hanan, Ken Stone, Ronald Robert Shaffer, Ron Taoka. Second Row: D. R3 l, Daniel Romancik, Lee-Allen Allcire, Pat Isern- Ray lsernhagen, Ronald Hess, Charles Lund. Third john Krueger, Bob Bridges, lon Vars, Richard High, jackson, John Franco, Clayton Canfield, Pete Rauser, Brougham. Fourth Row: john Gustafson, Larry Gary Dolezal, Dick Hein, Paul Perry, Victor Aho, Samuel Green, David Asper. Kittredge boasted such novelties as a Komplex library and pajama lounges which provided quiet study rooms for the scholars an I1 d who supported the 3.2 Club. Even with all the other things to do, Kittredge res- idents' fondest memories are of the evenings spent casually talking in the lounge at Smith, eating at the snack bar, or just gathering in front of the TV set in the Commons. First Row: John Hobbs, Robert Mayer, David Soreide, Donald Podolsky. Second Row: Mike Wallace, Paul Bugg, Bruce Distler, David Simon- son, Douglas Ford, Ove Arviclson. Third Row: Charles Higgins, Reed Ford, Richard Haney, Gregg Thompson, William Suhre, Robert Stephan, John Popple. Fourth Row: Alan Iongeneel, Michael Casper, Bob Sauer, Doug Payne, Charles Revier, Dan Dahlin, Stan Shaw. First Row: lay Huttenhnw, Richard Evans, lame: Parker, Dennis Kelly, ,lim Gardner, ,lohn Hansen Mike South. Second Row: Michael Rowe, NVil liam Eberle, David Fyelds, Robert Popish, Larry Huft, Les Davidson, Steven Bong, Winstni Stebbins, Charles Barber. Third Row: Richarc Caldwell, Thell Fowler, George Wliyte, lohr Meredith, john Stamps, john Rowe, jeffrey Kcil Darryl Houck, Richard Harness. Frmrfli Row Roland Tollefson, Irwin Levey, Jeff Levine, lohil Heanue, Bruce Brunkhorst, Charles jackson, Dicl Hein, Dennis Leatherman, Kelley Skeff, Larr' Wall. newest addition to the harvard ofthe west Have you met Darwin? Don t Jump' You might ruin the new furniture. baker hall ,r""Yb A -. ' i9 . -i -i In ,ieifig ' 'X .2 a T ' i Y rev: L ff Only half the freshmen flunk out? First Row: Christopher Foster, Ronald Shigeta, George Kramer, Larry Barton, Fred Marimoto. Second Row: Rudy Anrle, Lawrence Mincer, Douglas Anderson, William Boardman, Bhupen- drakumar l-lajratwala, Costa Hassapoglou, Gary Smith, Terry Gaddess. Row Three: Andrew Kurie, Richard Smith, Richard Frohlick, Robert Braun, George Armbrust, David Berger, jerry Harpsrrite, Paul Lindvay. Fourth Row: Gerald Hoiwolt, Ken Hawkins, Shane Nauhaus, Roy Knight, Edward Volpe, William Moore, William Fresch, R. Lee Livingston, lohn Gillespie, Y Delta wingis soccer team had no in taking all the honors - they played in field deserted by their competitors! The sec ond most challenging sport for Delta men according to President Sid Ligon, consiste of nightly bicycle races in th delta wi ri g wh ite washes "torn ID " halls- Gfeduflfe Students an foreign students alike pltche in to brighten up the "Tomb,' by a quic application of white wash. The wing officers better known as the Supper Club, wer somewhat perturbed when the ivory whit turned to sickly yellow. First Row: Wendylino Lim, Willianx Rule, Richard Ligon, Paul Sheehy. Second Row: Timothy Hira- bayashi, Dale Wells, Richard Laughlin, Mrs. Linda Laughlin, james Force, juan Azcui, Philip Leung. Tliinl Row: Tom Harris, Douglas Rut- ledge, Mel Howell, Alan Owen, Gary Miller, Mike Darden, Maurice Gordon. Fmmli Row: Dick Wills, David Noe, Earl Hatton, Paul Eakins, David Eitemiller, Richard Paymer, Merlin Smith, Thomas Callahan. to s 2 T4 ' ' 21:1 V ,l , :fi L , , 2 .",s,'N. , . 'Ut' r i g f" P! f 1 5 I ig! 2. 5, wt 1 13" "Ratfink.'i ,, 'S :fc-A. i . i , 5 yy 3 k,-f,x,'c,,,3. First Row: john Dobel, William Bliss, James Burns, Clyde Roe, Robert Kahn, A. Kenneth Gonzales, Richard Stock- well, Thomas Wise. Second Row: John Murphy, Michael Lundgren, Darrell Stanley, Roger Ross, Bill Murray, Charles Kraby, Richard Lubinski, ,lan Worth. Third Row: Peter Williamson, John Martin, Lee Bland, Thomas Buckley, Stephen Spurlock, Bruce Chiddister, James Lauridson. Foiirtli Row: Roger Taylor, Steve Johnson, ,lim Muntzert, Dan Arnold, Jim Phifer, john Brooks, Mike Colgate, Martin English, james Watson. A 3.986 grade average and a function every week-this described the goals of Gunni- son Wing of Baker Hall. Socially a Gunni- son man was hard to beat. Most of the fe- male population on campus experienced the ethereal bliss which could come only from a Gunnison man. The wing was gu ri ri ison wi ng favors weekly known mf 0f11Yf0fifS Scho- functions Firsr Row: Steve Trower, Nivat Cholitkul, Jimmy Blum, Richard Milbert, Ray Shawen, Brian Snow. Second Row: Don Sims, Howard Elliott, Warren Witte, Richard Laughlin, Mrs. Laughlin, Robert Smith, ,lin Hwan Youn, Edward Vasquez. Third Row: Russell Hohman, Raymond Bishop, Richard Rotondi, jim Weith, lim Kunzman, Dick Peder- sen, Chet Rideout, Matthew Call, George Stanko. Fourth Row: Rohert Young, Frank Brickler, Bernd Schmidt, Paul Golden, james Parker, Bob Wil- liams, Larry Kline, Richard Franklin, Larry Lacerte. lastic fortitude and social ii- nesse, but for its athletic prowess as well. Under the leadership of President Roger Ross and other illustrious officers, the year was a complete success. l i 7 Y 3 , A ' 01-:. y.,-Q: '. -DX' if! '-f. ' 'j . l..i. 7 "ii' f 5 1:Q,. 'L ?, lf! 5 - 'Kai' Who needs Tulagi's? First Row: Gary Hawes, Armando Gon- zales, George Buzick, james Banwell, Rich- ard Graham, Roger Ruppe, Ronald Tyner. Second Row: NVallace Capps, Frank Dobis, Gregory Armstrong, Gilbert Bernard, Ronald Sheppard, Richard Curtis, John Gentle. Tliirtl Row: Ernesto Koue, Wil- liam Gilbreath, john Evans, Theodore Brown, Edwin Berry, William Hines, lames Blevins. First Row: lon Richards, Nelson Fishman, Mike Stiverson, Fred Mares, Robert Wlier- ry, Dick Kessler. Second Row: Mike Popovich, Charles Losasso, Terry Miller, George Idler, Ted Scott, lohn Bruce. Tliircl Row: Roger Allen, David Morris, Ed Wake- field, john Halfen, Bill Arries, Edwin Hirst. College-crazed G.D.I.'s packed Kiowa but that was no problem for Resident sor Harry Ito. He remained calm in spite Water, shaving cream, talcum powder, tooth paste fights, all of which were endorsed by President Jack Lowrie. . the fighting rnen of Kiowa wing Alfhoughrhebigwofd was "STUDY," Kiowa boys still found extra time to have many fun func- tions and woodsies. ff- 1,4 . wma' - 72455-' fl. 'ff-as ,..-Herr. f -'wi -. , ,-ni -"- -V, ia. H., , , ir? WHY 'ees ,.5i,..,. x 1 V . -- ff'e,,f"'7,?'. The rest of the guys should be here in about two more pages. You had to watch out if you lived in Ouray Wing! Even President Clyde Porter had to admit it. Pencilling an- other resident in his room by o u ray boys I ead In aza rd o u s I ives smashing a pencil in fhe door- Fitst Row: Larry Goodwin, John Pahls, James Oaks, Art Barr, Harry long, Vernon Matzen, Doug Smith. Second Row: Donald Spencer, Clyde Porter, Phil Harper, Dennis Landon, Robert Schedvin, Rodman Brewster, Bruce Riggs, Bruce Maytum. Third Row: John Eggart, William Strong, Thomas Hafer, James Kurtzman, Make Shortell, Robert Putnam, Jack Lowrie,jerry Somer. First Row: Lynn Gverdeer, john Schroeder, Robert Finney, Eugene Deedon, Gary Leeburg, Sidney Martin. Second Row: Larry Aumiller, Skip Ahern, Lionel Garrett, Jim Hagood, Raymond Ashby, Robert Mellbye. Third Row: Ernest Green, Dave Peercy, Steve Claycomb, Richard McGuckin, Stephen Kubiszenski, Larry Savage, Ed Stapleton. jamb, thus locking him in, was a favorite pastime of the fresh' men of Ouray. Another common hazard was a puddle of water in front of your door that sent you skidding down the hall when you came running out during a room ight. Study breaks for functioning with any girls that dared come near the boys from Ouray also helped ease the monotony of dorm living. ' . ... A, W--- ,,,,..A,.. qw ',. I I df' I 1 ,Nl , -.If 4 J' gift. -. K+ ,E 2 I' Q S 3. ,I '-asf' 1!,,fC"X, 1 - - 'K4 ', , W .,-N JZ- U.,- Vfif ,. 'J' ' . n 'H' v 1 1 ,1-w"1g-lee-' f -swf-'f ' nichols hall First Row: Don Armstrong, Don Welsh, Linda Welsh, Kagumba Mboya, David Sumner, Dale Schields. Second Row: Richard lmler, Steven Frangos, Steven Hamblin, Bob Bauers, Bob Smith, Steve Carlson, Roderick Beidler. Third Row: Hugh Igleharte, james Cassidy, John Randall, Charles Carr, Hollis Brown, Jim Hamilton. Never let it be said that freshmen and upperclassmen donlt mix! These boys showed they were able to adjust quickly to ALL phases of college life. When not socializing at functions, they could be seen socializing on their own in the lobbies of any of the girls dorms. But these men liked to show their brains and brawn as well! Thus, when not socializing, they could be found either cramming their heads with knowledge for arapahoe wi ng joins the ranks their tomorrow morning's test, or relaxing from the hard mental strain of the day's classes by particif pating in intramurals. Second best to the Colorado Daily First Row: Michael Sroczynski, Stephen lohnson, Robert Behnke, Paul Efken, Stephen Crossland. Second Row: Roger Martin, Roger Swanson, lim O'Brien, Paul Gardner, Gene Garifi, Darwin Beckel, David Endres. Third Row: Larry Brace, Kit Cormack, Paul Austgen, Ken Stevens, Wayne I-lutdhens, Kenneth Dunlop, Lance Tyler. First Row: David Nixon, Dave Rosentrater, john Elmore, Terry Rutledge, Tom Conley, Bill Roberts. Second Row: Don Granner, Dave Carlson, john Jensen, Tom Gibbens, Bill Pratt, V. M. Wagh, Ioma Mohammed, Emamudin Ghiasi. Third Row: Warren Wilson, jim Cushing, Brian Knight, Tom Triplett, Donald Thompson, Fred Bradford, Curt Castelman, Bruce Shults. Have you ever heard of a sky party? Well, ask the boys in Lincoln Wing, because they had one! ln addition, an Orphan's Day party and many functions with Women's wings were suported with enthusiasm. President john Elmore and lim moving upstairs where I can get some sleep his council also promoted has 3 steps for academic improve- ment of their Wing. Along these lines study tables were established and a tutoring service was made available. First Row: Carl Critchfield, Brian Bogert, McColum, Allen Bliss, Forest Fisel. Second john Barber, Boris Gabay, David Cook, Quinn, Bill Schusr, Bob Elliott. Charles Bickmore, james Schafer, john jim Dejong, Michael Flaxer, Segismundo Girls who Wanted to see how the "other half lived" flocked to Montezuma Wing in droves this year. Here they had an opportunity to study in the men's rooms from Z p.m. until 5 p.m. on Sunday afternoons. However, according to Presi- ' ' dem Karl Kamischkea Monte, rn o ntezu rn a wi ri g e nj oyed coed zuma's innovations were not ' all along academic lines. Teams were formed Stu dy' m g within the wing to compete with Arapahoe teams in touch football, water polo, basket- ball, tennis, and golf. On the social scene, music by the Surfin Classics, the Outcasts, and the Twilighters was heard on most Sun- day nights coming from Montezuma's func- tions. First Row: Bill Kiddoo, Thomas Allen, Stanley james, Henry Morrison, Jay Law. Second Row: lon Hanshew, Robin Musser, Hugh lgleharre, lim Renfrew, Bob Schlappe, Paul Sasa, Yoshifumi Ogino. Third Row: Don Campbelljames Baclgett, Tom Nvenrich, jerry Zeniuk, Macky McLean, ,lohn Popovich, Carl Smith, Larry Johnson, Ray Imntani. Fourth Row: John Veale, Barry lohn- son, Stanley King, Bink Staub, Rod Prentice, lon Batterson, Carranza Mothershed, Phillip Spencer. Wow! Another dorm function. Bed's more comfortable when made upon the ground. X N 345 346 saguache wing migrates to hel ll First Row: Lyle Scott, Tim Foley, Ron Hauptman, Dal Allison, Dean Reynolds, ,lim Wild, Jack Knuckles. Second Row: Greg Taylor, Ron Alling, Bob Heaton, Rick Read, Rob Lewis, John Neely, Roger Baird, Alan White, Don Donley. Third Row: Dale Blessing, Michael Herzig, Gary Camer- son, jim Wilmore, john Zimmer, james Pate, Charles Herbst, Jim Saunders. A "Hooty Sapperticker Birthday Partyv was just one of the many parties held by James ChenoWeth's Saguache boys. The boys also sup- ported Orphans, Day and attended all functions. A chess club was or- ganized, and a pingfpong tournament was held to stimulate interest among the residents. How- I GYTI S ever, all was not social life. The boys made mass migrations to I-Iellems 222 nightly for study tables. Guest lec- turers Were heard throughout the year to add to the academic side of college life. What do you mean, "How long have I been up?" First Row: Frank Brown, Gary Moore, Bob Bishop, johnny Brewer, Steve Constans. Second Row: James Chenoweth, Dicken Bryant, Glenn Harper, Chuck Owslcy, Bill Rome, David Hall, Bill Ward- well. Tliinl Row: Nobby Geshell, Steve Nygren, Roger Bohart, Hunter McKay, Albert Glockzin Richard Branan, Ronald Lomay. Fourth Rowi Louis Labe, Norman Vlfoodhouse, Randall Beth, Alan McGibbon, Randy Mclntire, Douglas Schmidt, Richard Westergaard, Fran Wilkiiison. '1--.- su, 5 Nh f-. 1-'fl'-f-Q 1.1, L. QQ.,-5. 8.3 ,unwll 'Mtg nl 'T 'L -as "M :- -o-L- - v-.1 -q-- -72, xt.: + 1- ' L- -1.123 N. -1-Lam- .1--.-2 .. r 'JW'-1 in-,,, -1. , -'--'-r-W ' ""' ' 'WY Y' R' N Y ll ll ll lx! S M W I Jurigdu uxl ll ll" 'HAR , " V . --'4' . p,,. 4. f 1- .-- , .., - --"1-P ' - ' - f-M., -.vw-.A f-fl , .NA ,- - ' 1- 'Sw - -at--q.,..Ar ,fl .. . 5 -I ' ' ' -4 nc. - A ., -.., Willard hall First Row: Ron Houghton, Carey Trantham, Rex - Thompson, Bruce Hyde. Second Row: Demetrio Tagaropulos, joe Hendrix, Gilmer Schtickman, James Clay, Tommy Pendergrass, Robert Storrs, Ronald Landman. Fremont men were ready for any- thing. Most of these future engineers, including President Bruce Hyde, spent their time "booking," but they still found time for functions and intramurals. Athletically Fref mam helped Willard fo fha frernont wi ng ready for anything all-school swimming champi- onship and the football playoffs, When not at their desks or on the playing field, Fremont men were in- variably found in the middle of a function trying to convince some at- tractive coed to help them do their ironing. What do you mean only four can play? First Ruw: Ward Arnold, James Preston, Keith Chisman, Joseph LaCamera, Bill Bigum. Second Row: james Johnston, Phil Volk, Joseph Riddle, Gerrick Yamada, Douglas Doran, joel Snider. Third Row: Edward Wall, Noel Call, Phillip Craig, Wayne Crosslin, jim German, Morm Mur- ray, Khalid Kassir. Fourth Row: Sam Waggener, R. J. Serkowski, I First Row: john Carver, John Abbott, Jim Pat- terson, David Murchie, Tim Oldfather. Second Row: Wallace McClure, Richard McMahan, John Oliver, Allan Olson, Thomas Christian, james Galloway, james Reynolds. Third Row: T. V. Reynolds, A. D. Felix, P. J. Mendez, Stephen Alwart, Gerald Jones, Doug Kimmel, Paul Porter, Woody Hoover, Denny SaBell, Terrill Coffeen. Bruce McCrea, Ken Swenson, Kenneth Dixon, Bill Broome, Eric Stone, Douglas Leach. . l Haven't you heard about subliminal perception? The fine arts of functioning, snaring girls, and growing beards kept Otero from producing as many outstanding scholars as desired but created one of the most enjoyable and easygoing . wings on campus. However, the boys were not lazy when it came to athf letics. They participated in football, track, swimming, and many Ute ro wi ng em oys easygol ng life "more SpOffif1g"SpOffS'PfeSi- dent Wally McClure's boys learned rapidly, even though most of them were only freshmen. 'irst Row: Terry Fleming, John Herring, Richard Eertsch, Eric Hanson. Second Row: John Russ, aniel Graham, ,lohn Fowlkes, Tressler Forsman, Lichard Ludwig, jerry joseph. Third Row: Ronald iagee, Tommy Reiva, Leo Guetlein, Raymond iivan, Bob Couga, Bob Henderson. teller wing adapts qu ,,! 331 T First Row: Christopher Coccio, Fred Mathews, Stephen Kane, Richard jones, Robert Burr Second Row: Kirk Bailey, Tom Charbonnel, Mil- ton Biles, Terry Turner, Gerald Homkey, Hull McLean, Ron Skole. Third Row: Don Lang, Jerry Sullivan, Paul McKenzie, William Nees, Thomas Ober, Dave Griesser. It's plain to see that Teller boys adapted quickly to life at CU! Only a few short Weeks had passed before these enterprising young men hac arranged for their Hrst Woodsie oi the year. Guided by Dan Birkle, president their initiative and en- thusiasm extended tc academic fields Where they provided tutoring, and to athf letics where they participated in all parts of the intramural program. 'QQ -4.4 2' Motorcycles are new toys for many fres men. First Row: Robin Scott, Michael McCabe, Craig Dillon, Karl Kail. Second Row: Robert West, Douglas Hoffschneider, Alexander Bainbridge, Charles Beeler, Richard Van Dusen. Third Row: Robert Taylor, Robert Doyle, Wade Johnson, John Stewart, jerry Arbiter, Pat Kerr. l Qi i il 1 l i i 1 orm members provided an en- ertaining Saturday for orphans. First Row: William Cameron, Harvey Durbin, Frank Plonkey, Jim Stein, Laurence Chartrand, Robert Goeller. Second Row: Dan Berry, Larry Wegner, Ron Korf, Jack Witter, Robert Torn- storm, Mike Good, Fred Bierlmaier, Bill Wright, Dan Thurston. Third Row: Edward Adams, Christopher Smith, Dwight Sterling, Sam Murphy, Curt Schilf, Dick Williams, Jim Johnston, Dave Blomgren, Pete Kettler, Jon Kolomitz Fourth Row: Robert Hosack, John l-laddow, James Buch- anan, Douglas Watson, Gary Upchurch, Jim Crine, Bob Whitehouse, Dan Hofmann, Dave Teter, Pat Pickering, Peter Blitt. Girls all in slacks? I should say not! You're looking at the new "masculine dorm" of Aden Hall. Being in its first year as a men's residence did not hinder the d G I1 I1 al I fa, I1 ks at l"T'1 Q l'1 g Q tQ p boys' spirits or activities. Un- der the leadership of Presi- dent Bob Whitehouse, Aden was ranked in the top of all fields of the men's dorm divi- sions. When not "booking," they actively partici- pated in building a Homecoming float, in- tramurals, and functions. One of their big- gest projects was their participation in the annual Orphan's Day program. If I ' 3 .527 L awe, gp V3.kJ'2.:'S,'- ., a. " - fl-.1 ill: li if! ,y sa' iA,' lim, A : !'i l- l : ,n if . . 5 , ' V y What do you mean you donlt love me? JF? Would you like to play a little strip poker Brackett Hall acquired masculinity this 1 year, having previously been a Women dorm. The boys had to eat with the men o Aden in the basement cafeteria in Farrand but fortunately, and most su bfac acq L' fes prisingly, no cases of food poi masculinity soning were reported. President Robin Auld's Brackett boys ha several parties including the grass hop - a annual affair--in Brackett's Quad, Woo sies, Utobagganiesf' and other less organize amusements. Under the paternal guidance of Chief Res dent Advisor lay Folk, many an inebriate freshman stumbled down the long, narro and ofttimes hazy road to sophomore yea First Row: Paul Van Der Veen, Donald Kopp, Walde Schulz, Robin Auld, j. N. Stamper, 1. A. Cope, Ga Oalusha, Gale Lewellen. Sccoml Row: Stephan Kah Clinton Smith, jim Bartlett, Edward Hayhurst, Larry Smit Rick Aikin, Sandy Sheldon, Alan Inglis, Randolph Wi liams. Third Row: Robert Biggs, Anders Horberg, ,lac l-lumes, Arthur Riegert, Robert Friis, Bruce Campbe Richard Velliquette, Gary Vodehnal, Stephen Isaac Nicholas Smeed, Dave Hickcox, Sonny Parcell, lim Mor son. Fourth Row: Rolly Sorrentino, Fred Love, Pat Henr Edson Howard, Brad Brett, Larry Hitler, David Bates, Bi Clcgern, Mike Stiles, Dewayne Kornock, Bill Sutsche Richard Hamilton, Walter Schreiber, ,lay Folk. irst Row: Steven Bong, Denton Braun, Richard Carpenter, Stephen Crossland, arl Critchfleld, Randy Karsh. Second Row: Wayne Taylor, Pete Rauser, Karl amischlce, John DeMersseman, Ronald Hess, John Elmore, Bruce Hyde, ichard Ligon. Third Row: Lemont Hale, Robin Auld, Robert Whitehouse, illizim Clegern, Wallace McClure, Edward Post. rnerfs residence hells association The Men's Residence Halls Association is composed of all the male residents in the various residence halls at CU. The MRHA Council, elected by the residents, is the govern- ing body of MRHA, and it in turn works closely with the wing leaders, residence halls administration, and the Women's Residence Halls Association KWRHAJ. Une of the most worthwhile and rewarding projects of MRHA is the annual Orphans Day, when children from Denver area orphanages are treated to a day of fun at the University with boys and their dates. There seems to be some doubt as to who enjoys the day most, the children or their sponsers. Another activity of MRHA, held in conjunction with WRHA, is the Residence Halls Formal. This dance is held in the spring and is free to the residents and their dates. lt is the climax of the year's social life. A relatively new aspect of MRHA is the newsletter, which keeps the residents informed of the latest happenings and gives them an outlet for their opinions. boarding houses A Q , First Row: Georgine Grosso, Suzanne Clinger, Sandi Gagnon, Sandra Quick, Maril.ouise Fullop. Second Row: Bonnie Loss, Coy McCracken, Marsha Turner, Sherye Bacon, Janice Benz, Karen Nadle, Anne Hodges, ,lill Mclieever. Third Row: Linda Radetsky, Susan john- son, Dianne Barrett, Mrs. Dunnell, Irwin Dunnell, lgarbara Liss, Deborah Bowers, Bonnie Ferester, Cheri avis. Sixty congenial girls, sophomores, juniors, and seniors, have made Dunnell's second year on campus a successful one. Between ringing phones, sun bathing, the arrival of the sandwich man, and hashers' pranks, girls in Dunnell's occasionally found times for studies, and typewriters could be heard clicking away until the wee hours. Mrs. HD" succeeded in rovidin the P g utmost in comfort. JI year Through comfortable furnishings, candlelight holiday dinners, snacks during finals, and concern for weight-watchers, she showed interest in each girl. Resident Advisors Carolyn and Roger Jarman and Alma Cvrabow, had quite a job keeping the girls in line. Officers for the year were Charlene Yeager, presi- dentg Pam Levy, secretary, Linda Wise, AWS representative, Libby Birnbaum, social chairman, and Bonnie Bregenzer, Sandy Schlueter, and Sandra Quick, floor representatives. A little Christmas cheer. The only thing oldffashioned about the Colonial is the name. The 88 girls living in the Colonial composed a lively group, well-represented in campus activities. These included members of Mortar Board and Spurs, Qld- AWS Vice-President Ginny Draper, Cheerleader and Homecoming Queen Finalist, Nikki Nestor, Pompon Girl Annette Folz, and Porpoise member Julie Spence. House activities included a football game in the living room, fights with the hashers, and the mysterious ac' tivities of the Alpha Rata Frority. The "Alpha Rats" could be iden- tified by their "rat" pins and their monogrammed red sweatshirts. The purpose of the "Alpha Rats" . . . to goon! The Colonial was fortunate to have both Mrs. Helen Gammel and Mrs, "Pete', Petersen as the housemother and cook respectively. House officers included Barbara "Moj" Mojonnier, president, lean Ann Feis, AWA rep- resentative, and Susie Covode, re- sident advisor. First Row: Patricia Parsons, Marilyn Algyer, Hope McMillin, Mary jo Coleman, Diane Hofmann, Barbara Garnett, Penney Sabol, Pamela Peterson. Second Row' jan Lee Rhodes, Nancy Gross, Sharon Connelly, Carol Martin, Mrs. Gammel, Nancy Wilson, Louise Pierrepont, ludy Gustafson, Eleanor Esterly. Thin! Kit Tracy, Kathy Farley, Marla jacobitz, Colleen Sullivan, Paula Lumley, Helen Linton, Sheryl Grohne, jill Snow, Catherine Clark, Terr Fourth Row: Mary Jane Wright, Rosetta Grifhn, Barbara Stevens, Bill Estes, Nancy Boyclston, Ioan Shafer, Kay Nichols, Carolyn Hastie, Linda I sing, Susan Hooper, julie Spence. fashioned in narne only Enchanting CG-ED cafeteria. A .5221 is T ' ?x5?f?d':.1 ' , ' ul coknnal bbarding house First Row: Marsha'Maharam, Anne Lennox, Marilyn Cohan, Nikki Nestor, Anne Williamson, Joanna Senatore, Sheryl Tiensvolcl, ,lucli Tiens- vold. Second Row: Roseanne Parker, Talie Tschannen, Susan Feldt, Elizabeth Cox, Mrs. Gammel, Barbara Mojonnier, Wendy Smith, Ann Jones, Mary Layde. Third Row: Sharon Varian, ,lean Ann Feis, Diana Lease, Kathy Farley, Mary Allen, Phyllis Tracy, Daryl Grians, Anne Mullen, Joanne Stursberg, Karen Seehafer, Elaine Arf buckle. Fourth Row: Lynn Lenfestley, Roselyn Goldwater, Kristen Vanderhoof, Carol Martin, Katherine Mulholland, Pat Watts, ,lulia May, Anf nege Folz, Suzanne August, Ioby Jenkins, Elaine La in. . , l fill r 'fl Lakes ff' 5-.., '1 ,z .fgf Qc R X - ' 4 l,1 Q-Qt 2 gg 4 N ffl VN. r " J., WP? fl ia , 'Ti . l '.,Q it li -X5 -Q You're next, dearie! First Row: Vicky Taylor, Cynthia Dreher, Joanne Dreher, Susan Cooley, Sara Griswold, Cynthia Lauren. Second Row: Marian Richardson, Trelnwney Combs, Mrs. Dreher, Carol Senring, Pamela Dorman, joan Huber, R. Greenberg. Third Row: Rod jenkins, Dave Juricic, Dick Forney, Chuck Gray, Tom Eckenbocle, George Georgeson, Glen Bough, Edwin Dreher, jim Zapf. Fourth Row: John Patla, Ron Sugden, Tim Englert, Robert Graham, Lou Martin, john Kenny, Michael Henry, Jack O'Brien, Dick Sniland, Tom Moore. The fellows in Carm and Ed Dreher's boarding house had the odds in their favor with only five guys for 16 girls. However, the 25 male outside boarders joined them to add to the gaiety of the mealtime atmosphere. The year got off to a good start with the traditional picnic on Flagstaff, although the hasher who tapped the keg was "un- educated" in that Held, and everyone got a beer bath. The Hrst snow was the occa- sion for a noisy night out for all the girls, but the fire drill early the next morning quieted everyone down. Carol Searing, the resident advisor, kept things in line while Trelawney Combs and Dick Forney, drehers boarders welcome guys presidents ofthe girls and boys re- spectively, organized and collected money What did the report say about cranberries and cancer? for the boarding house activities' lThe Sig Epis may have their red door, but Ehrenkrook's had the only orange door on campus. Co-ed for the first time, the house boasts of seven men as Well as thirty girls. The girls felt that Ehren- krook's was located inamosrsrrafegic ehrenkrooks becomes co ed lodge position - across from the Kappa Sig's and down from the Phi Delt's. Bridge was the order of the day with gin Crummy, that isj running a close second. The house was further entertained by such talent as Frank on the piano as the "Astronaut Special" and Sarah the "Fifty- watt voice of the West," as well as the '4Swinging Five" lead by Mrs. Paige, Ehrenkrook's was sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Ehrenkrook and regulated by Resi- dent Advisor Ann Chamberlin and Presi- dent Paulett Mark. First Row: Frank Simsons, Glen Ellis, Claude Tihon, Malcolm Rice, Carl Aronson, Bob Hammerberg, John Trujillo. Second Row: Pat Hadley, Barbara Turechek, Barbara Schiering, Kathlien Baca, Roasalie Spelts, Barbara l.eClerq, Jane Quade, Pauley Mark. Third Row: Sharon Langendoerfer, Melissa Wilson, Sue Bradley, Holly Johnson, Ann Burr, Kay Weakley, Barbara Orn- doff, Diane Clanahan, Ann Chamberlin. Fourth Row: Joey Binard, Candy Emerson, Peggy Johnson, Anne Vil- lepique, Maryanne Carroll, Judy Garrett, Jill Smith, Cheri Baird, Sarah Wheeler, Jeanne Clark. lf1ur1ter's lodge has homey atmosphere and First Row: James Gill, Dane Paulsen, John Dodd, Don List, Byron Meyer, Second Row: John Unbehaun, Al Sanders, Judy Sanders, Mrs. Hunter, Dunhan. Third Row: Terry Dooher, Ceci Ashley, Roberta Myers, Ann Chambers, Judy Brown, Kathleen Paluck, Jane MCCotter, Mandy Cooper, Diane Rousseau, Jack Miller. Fourth Row: David Lorusso, Donald Cofman, John Crane, Robert Maddock, Arlin Copper, Tom Swain, Tom Weather- ly, Robert Brown. I'1off's boarding house: a castle and bridge fiends Dawn. Sun beams penetrate the windows of the Hoff Castle awakening the charming maidens and calling them to a bright new day of croquet, bridge, studies, bridge, sports, bridge, Tulagi's, and bridge. Noon. The coquettes, returning from their morning's exertions, Ele into the dining hall where they merrily fling porridge at the hashers in return for wet dish rags and soapy Sponges. Evening. As shadows close the day, the fair young maidens assemble in the waiting room for a meeting. Head Lady-in-Waiting, Leslie Weiker, opens the meeting assisted by Castle Resident Advisor, Ruth Smith and Moat Protector, Tucky Plymale. After the meeting some of the damsels chat or study until four o'clock a.m., just in time to be awakened by the caressing beams of a new dawn. gay boarders Life at I-Iunter's began with a bang at a woodsie held at Bluebell Can- yon. The eleven girls had the odds in their favor as they got acquainted with the Z4 male boarders. Many new and "shapely" girls adorn- ed Hunter's when all lodgers dressed in their favorite costumes for the annual Halloween party. Everything ranging from black cats to queens ap- peared for the special dinner and the skit presented by the girls. Homey was the word for Hunteris. To emphasize this atmosphere, Mrs. Hunter, housemother, held candle- light dinners for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Also adding to the homey environment was their friendly mas- cot, Tuffy, a white Spitz dog. He was the star attraction and succeeded in getting much attention. With the help of Resident Advisor Joan Cros- bie and President Mandy Cooper, Hunter's finished an exciting and successful year. of rnaideris Joan Crosbie, Paul Damus, Jim First Row: Sandra Jewett, Melanie Willis, Karen Smith. Second Row: Ruth Smith, Carol Amesse, Evelyn Rosenbaum, Kathleen Leonard, Nancy Paulson, Patricia Gessley, Susan Fuk- unaga. Third Row: Sharon Brenimer, Leslie Weiker, Mary Davidson, Ruth Palmer, Cindy Shepherd, Judy Haskell, Sue Moore, Vaughn Hicks. deeter's girls leave ski lodge and head ,EE First Row: Amanda Moles, Hildy Hughes, Jo Finley, Mrs. Deeter, Anne Chambers, Cheryl Steburg, Martha Woodworth. Sec- ond Row: Mr, Deeter, Nancy Wilson, Roberta Sterling, Charlotte Clark, Mary Stearns, Linda Lawrence. Third Row: Joan Platzer, Donna Page, Diane Charbonneau, Karla Baldridge, Patti Pippen, Bonnie Davis. for slopes Deeteris Student House, alias Dee- ter's Ski Lodge, again kept its reputa- tion as far as the slopes were con- cerned With about 80? avid skiers, including several former racers. Girls from all corners of the nation, espe- cially the East and New England, were well represented. The girls were most disappointed in not having any members chosen to go to the Winter Olympics, but they have high hopes for next time. Resident Advisor Roberta Sterling and President Diane Charbonneau helped the all-male annex organize such activities as Weiner roasts, ana nual Christmas and Thanksgiving dinners, and a big Christmas party which even Santa attended. Normal female activities such as bridge, knitting, and "eye-ballingn from the convenient porch facing the hill were memorable parts of the con- genial atmosphere of Deeter's. acc:lonalcI's girls and annex boys spend year etting acquainted "Getting to know you . . ." was a good theme song for MacDonald's Boarding House this year. lt could frequently be heard during their "King and I" songfests. Other activities included coaching and even filling in a few gaps for the MacDonald's Annex Boy's foot- ball team when necessary. The annex boys became a part of the daily routine by eating meals in the Main House, and they shared with the girls the delightful experience of being made into gourmets on Southern cooking. Joanne Coke, resident advisor, and Cindy Strickland, president pro tempore, led these girls through a year livened by singing, baby' sitting with the house mascot, David Mac- Donald, and erecting an 8' 9" Christmas l tree' Mcl.aury. First Row: Nancy Jenkins, Anne Witten, Ann Nelson, Karen Scheunemann, J. Dolan. Second Row: Barbara Atchison, Trish Cvooding, Nancy Kullgren, Sharon Seilback, Karen Schuerhoff, Debbie Sedgwick. Third Row: Sally Harris, Marilyn Beamon, Joan Coke, Cindy Strickland, Suzy Reinsel, Sandy Barto, Connie Werner, Sharyn Hummer, Julie apartment living . .. a cold beer i is-lf, -e 1 ii i :js F , E155 if V 1 E I 1' 3' 'CLA QA H HT" vi' T"I55 Sf' f vi ff: i f i r '4 433 .J L 1 . i l.f:Tv"" 'I "' -iq v ' f if .Q . pr, 5, . 57-.,f,:.! ,.J, 1 1:-75 Nd. af' , , -Fir-5 X i , ,ai D 'a , -v i , im 5 M , ,nity gl ings S' 15 N 'JK' , an Q W '- K 1 5 ,aiu Q . 2 EL' Q in W I Q V' F i A , n g M "J E' . ' EV? - , --- "':i51:. - '- ' "iff ' K7 . A ' - .ii mx' ' 1 if 27:13. if 3 , f --332: Br f, 1 -if : '.-AQ! , -' '::Q:e,i:1 CJQ' ' . f, , .w2:i.- 'fig . '51 ' ' 25 r V3 1 0 t .1 . :vs-e -, X- ,qi 1 ,. H -QV. . W X -X A if e - f 2' V ' .1 4, H. ' ' 1 ' 1 . , -h iv ' Z! X i 'QTL' '-H I , ' . - ,. 'f ,. r quiet nfiusic, an evening alone r 1 1 tg, if .ff : ip ji ' ., , We 'W ia . ' I 4 -aL...,,,7a?: "dirty old meh" of the merfs oo-op uphold traditions The dirty old men of the Men's Co-opera- T X tive House gained strength this year in following the traditions established by a few hard drinking graduate students in the past. The main accomplishment of the movement was the restoration of the Cofop's lifefsize pinfup to the living room wall. The Men's Co-op is an informal, unincor- porated, independent association of male students. It is entirely run by its members, who do all the cooking, cleaning, and buying of food. Co-op officers were Elmer Dudden, presif dentg Don Lepic, treasurer, Rollie Schafer and Tom Rietman, stewards, Keith Shaw, secretary, Niles Flanders, duty chairman, and John Sikora, D.O.M. First Row: Thomas Deats, Gilbert Gallegos, Rodney Henderson, David Flanders, Ove Elmer Dudden, Second Row: Richard Rohmann, Thomas Rietman, Ronald Matsuda, Donald ZakafUd-Bin Chowhan, Less Besser, Keith Shaw, Marvin Skagerberg. Tliinl Row: Dennis Edward Riggs, Ward Treat, Niles Flanders, john Sikora, Dennis Waller, Mitch Goldberg, Richmond, Eric Varney. gamma iota pi - a smashed hit oh oampu The newest unrecognized social honorary Gamma Iota Pi, tapped a select group o senior men distinguished for their mora disintegration and social backwardness H This group is assigned the unreal objectiv of defending the ideals and rights of th socially unacceptable. This year's calendar included many Fri day and Saturday afternoon social out ings. A retreat, held in Tijuana ove spring vacation for orientation in inter national relationships, provided muc ebullience for the new pledges. The othe capers and sporting events went unnotice by the general public. 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EIT . . 4 .. - I nnumm-N-Q-U... . . . - ,wim- hesperiahs fly high oh heliurh filled balloons A trail of apples chalked on the CU side- walks during the wee hours of the night- this is the trademark of Hesperia, a group of twenty junior women who have been selected for their academic excellence and participation in campus activities. Hes- perians, together with their sponsors - Mary Ethel Ball, Dean Pauline Parish, and Assistant Dean Leona Munson - gather in various sorority houses, the Sink, or the mountain home of Miss Ball and Dean Parish to chat, relax, and munch goodies. To raise money for the Bigelow Scholar- ship Fund the l-lesperians sold helium- filled balloons at the Band Day parade and at the football stadium. They also sponsored a Towle silver display in the UMC. Qfflicers of the honorary were Phyllis Klein, president, Gwen Boyd, treasurer, and Penny Taylor, secretary. First: Row: Carol ,lo Wiiicl1cstei', ,leanne Cowles, Barb Herzberger, Gwen lloyd. Second Row: Christine Taylor, Lois Moll, Phyll Klein, lvlerrilee Marsngliri, Nancy lrlall. Tliircl Row: Gail Anderson, Ellen lTZlllWVtZ'Illl'lCf, .lulie Sullivan, Linda SlCllll11lllS, Sandra Voslwiii-gli. First Row: james Vifofford, Norman Land, james Irwin, Richard Cys, Richard Zuckerwar, Alan Doman. Second Row: Dan Kiely, Rick Merriam, john Hurt, Steve Moise, Tad Foster, john Hill, Len Ackland. Third Row: Tripp Owen, Glen Brink, Steve Crocker, john Saliba, Dik Taylor, Craig Thomas. Explaining what Phi Ep is might be best ap- proached by first explaining what it is not. It is not exactly a service organizationg Phi Ep's handling of campus projects leaves something to be desired. It is not exactly an honorary organization, Phi Epis level of scholarship is far from outstanding. Rather, Phi Epsilon Phi is, by tradition, a little of everything. To fearful freshmen, the paddle-wielding, goldfjacketed young men strolling across the campus each fall are symbols of stern authority and swift retrif bution for failure to Wear the traditional green beanie. To cynical faculty members, they constitute simply another useless ap' pendage to the already too large number of university organizations. To the Spurs, they are desirable co-Workers and companions in extrafcurricular adventures. To themselves, they are a group of students which likes to get things clone. Phi Ep leaders were Steve Crocker, presi- dentg Rick Cys, vice-president, john Hill, secretary, Dan Kiely, treasurer, and Craig Thomas, social chairman. First Row: Caroline Points, Nancy Dalke, Julianna Overland, Polly Gerhardt, jean Dexheimer, Judy Richter. Second Row: Roberta Cooper, Beth Brown, Kathleen McGuire, Margie Maxson, Christie Kirkpatrick, Christy Opdyke, Sharon Curlee, Shelley Krovitz, Ginny Draper. rrmortar board nets over a thousand dollars on rnurrm sales The familiar Women in the White blazers are the members of Mortar Board, the national senior Women's honorary which is composed of students from every major department including nursing and engineering. Coffee, tea, or mum? The dignity usually assumed by such an organiza- tion became a little strained as the girls descended upon the Homecoming-bound students and alums with the battlecry, "Coffee,Tea, or Mum." The tra- ditional sale of homecoming corsages yielded over a thousand dollars, which, with an equal amount from AWS, supplied scholarships for deserving una dergraduate Women. The girls met at Fort Collins at the Regional Con- vention with members of Mortar Board from Ne' braska, Utah, South Dakota, Wyoming, Kansas, and other Colorado schools to discuss problems, projects, and common interests. New members are chosen each spring at the AWS Revue. Outstanding members of the junior class are chosen on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and service to the university. The ofiicers this year were Christie Kirkpatrick, presidentg Miss Sally Monsour, Mrs. Iames Frank, and Miss Wanda Collins, sponsors. prospective new member gets the third degree. en serve cu through orderof chessrnen Cutstanding service in the men's residence halls and high scholastic achievement mark the members of the Qrder of Chessmen, the youngest honorary on the CU campus. This organization, more Honorable than anything else, nevertheless strives also to be of service to University life. Each year members of Chessmen act as escorts for the Freshmen queen candidates and take them out to din- ner. Chessmen generally publishes a com' plete residence halls directory for men and women listing all phone and room numbers. This year many of the new freshmen were cheerfully greeted by a member of Chessmen with a bright green CU beanie in one hand and a paddle in the other, helping to make this one of the most successful years for the sale of frosh derbies. This year's officers were Bill Applegate, pres- identg Chris Berdy, vicefpresidentg Karl Io' hansson, secretary-treasurer, and sponsor, Robert Brooks. First Row: Richard Carpenter, Bruce Edwards, Chris Berdy, Thomas Moore, Robert Hancock. Second Row: Robert Bashor Warren Wilson lvirl ohansson ohn Hansen, Wil- t , . . ,'. ,I . Q ,J liam Applegate. i -Q l l l First Row: Bill Lindberg, Mike Aden, Foster Sherwood, James Nance, Herbert Hethcote. Second Row: joe Beerer, Pete Bourland, Ted Somerville, Rich Light, Rick Becker, Allie Plamann. Third Row: Barry johnson, ,lohn Easton, Doug Anderson, Fred jones, Gary Polumbus, George Parsons, Waco Johnson, Tom Casten. Since 1959, when Sabres was chartered as a chapter of National Blue Key honorary, the senior men have shown that a senior men's honorary need not be a dofnothing organization. Among the outstanding ac- tivities this year were the escorting of Homecoming finalists, hosting the Presi- dent's Tea for Graduating Seniors and their parents, and hosting the visiting speakers for the Conference on World Affairs, as well as sponsoring a Home- coming cocktail party, a dinner dance, and several other parties. New members are tapped each spring during CU Days and are chosen on the basis of leadership in campus activities and the attainment of at least a 2.75 over- all grade average. Leading the organization this year were Fred Jones, presidentg Mike Aden, vice- presidentg Pete Bourland, secretaryg and lohn Griffin, sponsor. Sabres bestows honor on outstanding senior men The Sabres DO NOT do al H College sports spectators are notori- ously apathetic compared to their high school counterparts. However, when freshmen first come to college, they are eager to do their part to rally school spirit and initiate new plans. Once again members of Silver and Gold, CU's freshman honorary, boosted school spirit at home foot- ball games with their blaring voices. Holding pep sessions, participating in the card section, and building the traditional Homecoming bonfire all added to the excitement of the Satur- day game. The executive council was headed by Larry Grace, presidentg Chris john- son, vice-presidentg Bob Doyle, treasf urerg Linda Etter, secretaryg and Mr. Paul Kopecky, sponsor. silver and gold rallies the apathetic Larry Grace, Bob Doyle Linda Etter Chris Johnson Paul Kopecky .. - - - EA A This year for the first time, Hammers, junior men's recognition honorary, tapped a group of fOI'fY SOplf1OITlOI'C giI'lS to their I First Row: Edward Perin, Rick Newell, Walt . 1 d N d Dave Sherwood, Pat Kinsella, Alan Swedlund, Curt S0613 en eavofs- e 31 S an Hammers strong, john Cheney, Steve Berkowitz, Art Gellman, Terr. Second Row: Tom McMillan Dennis ' , Y 1 met at the Parkway to plot parties and func a n d Dennis Moss, jim Stresen-Renter, Harrison Smith, W tions, Lattimer, Ray Taihhi, Pete Lafferty, Sieve Smith, Girarclot, Bill Betcharr, John NVise. Third Row: Tim . Ted Springer, Bob Warreii, Rick Barton, Gene Pflum, The Hammersr Chosen on the b21S1S of both I- Farber, Mike Q'l-lanlon, Bob' Haldeen, Cap Harlan, scholastic achievement and contribution to Mom'5mI'V'ne'De'ml'Sm1"" the campus, have been seen in their red blazers escorting the queen candidates at 3 nevv Homecoming and vehemently decorating the UMC at Christmas. The Nails neglected their civic affairs in order to raise money to 0 ri th e First Row: Annette Folz, Trish Gooding, Tammy ' ' ' Andy Shippey, Sharon Marie, Judy Porter, Peg rent Elephants for the glant Spring Woodsle Margie Butler, Gloria Hillman, Lynn Davis, ludy held 111 3 tent, C Second Roiu: Malina Loomis, Suzy Bond, ,leanie l 1 EanyzhliDgrin,KSandraANiclkZilT, Agni Sllogfett, Sharon - arre , am erns, nn i er, arw ay or, The group was lead Pat Kinsella, Suzie Hughes. Tliinl Row: Mary Hogan, Judy ' e t- ' ' - Davidson, Tillie Voss, Linda Dellroeck, Jeannie presl H' Steve Farber' Social Chairman' Camqlgus Diane wickmimm, Sally wmsasi-p, Kay Price Suzy Bond, secretary, Gene Pflum, treasurer, Malott, Bonnie Hagan, Leslie Wells, Sandy Young. Paul Kopecky, sponsor, and Sammy Snut- gubble, taxi driver. ' Q , l A i-:ur I-rr -.1 z.-- xanuu -a 7 ,surly , , ,ly - - First Row: Ellen Fairweather, Dee Ball, Andrea Shippey, Nancy Rader, Leslie Shenefelt, Carolyn Paul, Pat Rathert, Susan Lewis, Nancy Pratt, Paula Hansley, Judith Braund, Sue Lingenfelter, Jane Weinberg. Second Row: Cheri Matthes, Carol Ritter, Sue James, Mary Ann Arms, Sandi Rustemeyer, Carol Crawford, Wini Finch, Sue Potter, Malina Loomis, Kathy Bonham, Jane Ambrose, Tammy Norton, Judy Jewell, Barbara Adair, Third Row: Norma Ackermann, Marcia Hoffmann, Pam Forgy, Nancy Wilson, Kris Baughn, Eloise Lofsdon, Lynn Gooding, Vicki Craig, Mery Fishburn, Karen Nero, Francie Feild, Nan Deal, Susan Biasini, Patty Creighton. spurs strive for spirit and service Easily recognizable in their white uniforms, Spur members could be seen everywhere on campus this year-helping advise during registration, selling beanies in the dorms, ushering at campus events, and maintaining school spirit at the football games. The fifty girls belonging to Spurs, the sopho- more women's honorary, are selected each year on the basis of scholarship, activities, and outstanding contributions to campus life. The big project of the year was the re- gional convention at CU, but the Spurs took time out for more informal activities too, such as Thanksgiving caroling at the old people's home, a breakfast for old Spurs, seasonal parties, and functions. First Row: Richard l-lillwny, Tim liinkley, Lynn Kuy Ken- dall, Chris Seitz, Rick Barton, Don Snow, Vifziyne Eng- strom. Second Row: Randy Lortscher, Denny Smith, lim Stresen-Rcuter, Doug Anderson, Andrew Bnrbee, Richard Fiedelman, Steve Farber. Here's something different - an organiza- tion which works primarily for the better- ment of itself and performs no University services. Although the twenty members of Sumalia, the national junior men's honorary, are se- lected on the basis of outstanding leadership in student government, scholarship, and athletic interest, they form one of the most inactive campus organizations pledged "not to do anything constructivef' In keeping with this pledge, this year's members even failed to submit copy for the yearbook. surhaliahs exhausted by hurherous activities First Row: Bill Lindberg, Carlton Sioiber, Ross Frnkcr. Suc- onil Row: Dave Zncheis, Rich Light, john Hansen, Freder- ick Skinner. Since 1900, Heart and Dagger has been hon- oring a select group of senior men chosen on the basis of their scholarship, leadership, and service to the University. The new mem- bers of Heart and Dagger are tapped each spring during the CU Days Songfest. They are later initiated in an impressive ceremony followed by the annual Heart and Dagger cocktail dinner. The main activity of Heart and Dagger is preventing the discovery of their activities. The officers for Heart and Dagger this year are John Hansen, president, Jerald Graue, vice-president secretaryg Willizim Freeman, treasurer, and Dean George Rhodes, sponsor. heart and dagger. . oldest and rhost secretive honorary at cu 1 1 Q' ig I," -. 9.53 V.-"f 1'L iff HQ. VTLE5.:-',a v . 1 5, 1' -1 .XQEQLL 4 I M , 'Y 1 T v x Y. f ,., fa , . I, S .-' V' E 1 lm,-. . -"w I ,-1 2? f ., .-, Aff: '- A- 1-555'-,-" up-X .fl Ml" , , , 4?: CUVQ fvmzfvx , , . L f ' . 15144 lg., MT 3-4-WM' ,eg -.ml 4' 1-I 5 fl Q ,X , Q H 1 3 First Row: Keith Shaw, Bal Patterson, Robert Putnam, Sandie Archibald, Father Patterson, Gail Warner, Paul Long, Rolland Lint, Robert Millar. Second Row: Grant Dickinson, Donald, Crow, Francis Welle, judy Skinner, Mary Beatty, Saundra Kraynik, Mary Hansen, Margaret Casey, Steve Schroeder. Third Row: Charles Goetzinger, Pamela Eddy, Peter McClintock, Bruce McCrea, Fred Fenger, Beau Holloway, loaane Cottrell, Diane Murray, Russell Lockett, lay Huttenhow, Carol Ortmayer, Judith Ziemann, Corrinee Pellillo. Fourth Row: Carolyn Sillars, Beverly Boyd, William Boardman, Lee Merritt, Hull McLean, Sarah Bell Noble, Jean Swanson, Lynn Skinner, jorja Winn, Carol lford. It has been said the church adds the di- mension of Worship to the pursuit of truth on the college campus. The Canterf bury Association at the University of Colorado exists to serve this purpose. College young people and their older friends in the congregation work side by side as acolytes, in the Altar Guild, in the choir, and in the discussions held aff ter the weekly dinners on Sunday nights. This year's activities included attending the annual Canterbury Retreat at Estes Park in November, planning a statewide dance in April, and working to help the Lookout Mountain School for Boys in Golden. Officers for the past year have been Bob Putnam, presiclentg Grant Dickinson, vice- presidentg Saundra Kraynik, secretaryg Don Crow, treasurerg Judy Ziemann, ac' tivities chairman, and Father A. B. Pat' terson, Father Francis Wolle, and Profes- sor Charles Goetzinger, sponsors. oanterbu ry association the episoopal personality Canterbury members enjoy breakfast together Many times when a student enters college he loses touch with his relig- ion. The members of the Baptist Student Union believe that this touch should not be lost, but that spiritual understanding is an important part of a student's life. Through the Bap- tist Student Union the student is en- couraged to take an active part in all projects of the church. Many of the activities of this organi- zation are connected directly with the church. It provides a Weekly de- votional period for students and plans conventions and retreats Where problems within the school and the church are discussed. Activities of a more social nature include progres- sive dinners and picnics. Heading the organization this year was Carol Larson, president. First Row: judy Walker, Linda Jordan, Shirley Korte, Wendy Stickel, Dianna Hush, Bev Short. Second Row: Carol Larson, Rudy Antle, Lee Hammett, Buddy Pippin, Tommy Graves, Eugene Holland, Marilyn Mancell. First Row: Nancy Hadady, Pat Rumbaugh, Bonnie Davis. Second Row: Lianna McKenzie, Ruth Wright, Caroline Holmes, Richard Hopkins. Third Row: john Wither, Michael Knox, Vern Matzen, Braxton Ross, David McAdoo. christian scientists Somehow found time College students are notorious for their demanding sched- ules, yet many found time to participate in the activities of the Christian Sciences Organization. These activities in- cluded planning Alumni Day, arranging for lectures, and attending Tuesday evening testimonial meetings. Most im- portant to the life of the organization were participation and contribution from each of its members. Leaders were Michael Knox, presiclentg Braxton Ross, vice- presidentg Patricia Rumbaugh, secretaryg Tad Foster, treas- urerg Dee Ann Dottich, clerkg and Dr. Gordon Barker, sponsor. baptist student union gains spiritual understanding - Q , --Q - ' A, " S 5lavf""""'1l , . 'T fvsf. f -J" v 1 f'-'mir' ""' -- V . Q ' .Ty L . Q H If ai 1 451. ' QW f , 1 ii Uh Q I wiki? MW af! Ai Q 4.:'lg-. J 5 'I ' 5 ' -, ' 1 ii ' '- f-GS? g ' if ' I YI Z.-I' T 2, ,Ari V , ,lL, -I: Yfiikiihl ' lg R512 . , , - , Eiiw A V Q - X". .Z gif ' .K ks . . 'f'5. las? 5 sir.. X-' - W .W ' ffifi fa .E 1' F 4' 'ff ff? f . ? f"...:.a H155 -1 lg' K , 4' M E513 E 3'5- E :xi . . f' f ' W? YQ Qf: x ,A F f aw' slal t. ,-:HQ-. 3 , V,-. ,L Q V.,-' "E, , P' -an V Q . ,J Hin' 2 Q26 ,, ir .m,,,4. .-.1 Ri riewrnan club seeks to study the Catholic life The activities of the Newman Club this year proved that religious groups need not be sedentary organ' izations. Social highlights for the year included the Harvest Ball in early October, the annual Hobo Hop, and regular socials at the Newman Cabin at Nederland. The Newman Center, including the chapel and li' brary, is designed to carry out the goals of religious education and development. Nine non-credit classes were offered, among them Church History, theol- ogy, philosophy, and studies in modern literature. One of the most well-received events of the year was a series of films on the different Eastern rites of the Church. Reverend Charles Forsyth, O.S,B., served as spon- sor. Officers were Charles Clark, president, Bill Mowczko, vice-president, Dee Shallenburger, secre- tary, Marsha Gosset, treasurer, and Bonnie Bodine, social chairman. First Row: Janis Hyne, Amy Rice, Mary Golden, Father Clement Laf- ferty, O.S.B., Father Dominic Sclafani, Dorace Fleming, Louise Lev. Second Row: Jeanne Willoughby, lean Faley, Peggy Marolt, Bonnie Bodine, Yvonne Fattor, Elaine Smith, Carolyn Samson, Matilda Shallenberger, Gary Appleton, joe Gilmore, Patrick Miles. Third Row: Robert Orf, Donald Pauley, Cesar Gutierrez, William Mowczko, Richard Muma, Tim Englert, George Armbrust, Ed Shallenberger, Bob Pafford, Charles Clark. it lil First Row: James Clay, John Hollow, Nell Volc, Sherwood Anderson, Lindy Smith, Ron Jacobs. Second Row: Mary Jones, Ann Cowen, Tim Pratt, Karen Wfilson, Pat Watts, Suzanne Reinsel, Gary Smith, Judy Stwalley. Third Row: Vicki Thompson, Sally Hemmeter, Mitch Allies, Elaine Shackelford, Linda Sitas, Patty Castles, Bob Etherton, Ray Stwalley, Charles Lamoreaux, Linda Smith, Virginia Ellis, Rev. Alan Cleeton. Fourth Row: Gordon Rhodes, Gordon King, Terry Jones, James Banwell, Bruce Petersen, Robert Palmer, Ralph Cranor, Richard Gillespie, Lad Sessions, Neil Williams, Donald Leonard. eat-a-bite Wesley foundation is . --af af Time-honored worship in a modern setting. 382 Sunday evening activities of the Wesley Foundation centered around Eat-afBite, an evening program focused on life on the University campus and a studentfled vesper service. Two church services were offered on Sunday mornings in addition to Forum, which was devoted to the study of religious topics. The Race Relations Seminar and the project at the Lookout Mountain School for Boys were two of the special programs sponsored by the Wesley Foundation. Under the direc- tion of Reverend Alan R. Cleeton, the Methodist students participated in picnics, ski trips, Friday night parties, and informal get-togethers. Qfficers for this year were: Sherwood Anf derson, president: Suzanne Reinsel, execuf tive-secretaryg Timothy Pratt, stewardship and financeg Pat Watts, membership and evangelism, Wallace Hamilton, world chris- tian concernsg William Sessions, worship and fine arts, and Karen Wilson, publica- tions. Wesleyites live it up. First Row: Judy Moore, Judy McClanahan, Debbie Ottoson, Sandra Palmer, Helen Carlson, Carol Maxwell. Second Row: Glenn Graves, Delbert Giddings, Joan Bruce, Linda I-lillhouse, Merilynn Gillis, Doug Palmer. Third Row: Don Wilkin, John Bruce, Don Lepic, Verlin Rockeg, Tom Campbell, James Burns. "Come and get it," and members of the Uni- versity Bible Fellowship formed a line for a favorite chuck wagon dinner. Other socials included a snow party and a swim and sing. Bible studies, prayer groups, and supper fellowships comprised the nucleus of the group's activities. These group meetings served to strengthen faith in Christ and to encourage a life of service for God. Officers this year were university bible fellowship DOH Wilkie Presidents Tom Campbell, vice' president, D'Anne Ya- O mq rw es Stl-J ar.. CI .fu r1 ger, secretaryg Judy McClanahan, treasurer. 'rsr Row: Rev. William Coding, Harold Washington, Ben ickerson, Walter Dodge, J. D. Sanford. Second Row: san Kawakami, Sherri Ross, Joan Phippeny, Marilyn tephens, Treva Connea, Alice Dillon, Mary Ann Arms, net Forsherg, Janet Taylor, Sara Hadley. Third Row: Paul arks, Marshall Rodenberg, Phil Walter, Ronald Alling, homas Allen, Denton Braun, Stanley James, Gary Fors- rg, William Lee, Albin Wagner, Lawrence James, Edgar bert, Carranza Mothershecl. tudents are people who probe into all asf ects of academic knowledge. During college ars many converging forces broaden the o between a student and his church. Roger illiams Fellowship strives to be the uniting Housed in the new United Protestant the Fellowship held Sunday morn- study classes, freshman study groups, disciplined Bible study. 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In thirty two-hour drill lab per- ds, the cadets learn military drill and gain experience command positions. ln the classroom, cadets learn erospace power concepts and the role of the Air Force the defense of the Free World during their fresh' an and sophomore yearsg and, during the lasr two the cadets learn the techniques of leadership management which they will need to fulfill their e positions as officers in the Air Force. other areas, the Air Force ROTC Drill Team, the and Bugle Corps, intramural sports, and several functions all play key roles in the Air Force story. capable of defending a Struggling free world THE GOAL . . . Graduating seniors are commissioned as Second Lieutenants. - tie A if f W .f , H+ ur , if il 5 .fn , ,, kgs , 'ali r ' 1 ll 387 l ..L l SENIOR OFFICERS-First Row: Mark Davis, William Wilson, Daniel Lincoln, Gary Bjork, Stephen Patzman, Cyrus Lemmon, Howard Jaidinger. Second Row: Eugene Holland, Wesley Rutherford, David Zacheis, Charles Olson, Robert Perschbacher, Donald Fox, David Oillaspie, Frank johnson. The Army ROTC program, under the direction of Colonel V.A Shurm, leads approximately two hundred students through ' rigorous training program, both on the drill field and in the class room, which prepares the future leader ship of the Army. These cadets of toda armqy r-CJ-tc: p r-Qvi des CJ rl' will become officers in the Army, reserv officers in civilian life, and leaders of ou -fr-eecjcjrr-I'S nation. The road to these accomplish A COMPANY-First Row: William Conroy, Sam McAfee, Richard Failing, Arthur Barr, Tommy McFarland, Thomas Murphy, James johnson, Richard Milbert, Timothy Mc- Namara, David Hickcox, Nelson Fishman, Russell Hennin- ger, Peter Braisted. Second Row: Richard Becker, Tom Harris, Douglas Doren, Cris Clinton, Bruce McCrea, Douglas Hashii, David Nixon, Robert Becker, Kieth Nichols, Robert Tornstrom. Third Row: Hepburn Wilkins, Richard Ball, William Bilbrath, Harlan Davis, Paul Watson, Fred' rick Lamutt, William Sutscheih, Richard Read, Thomas Triplett. Fourth Row: john Kemp, Donald Fox, Howard jaidinger, David Zacheis. ments is not an easy one. While drillin a cadet must move with precision action and while studying he must learn techniques such as those essen tial to construction and engineering. Before he enters his senior year he must attend a six-week camp where clasroom knowledge is applied. The AROTC units sponsor the Military Ball, Castle Belles, Scab bard and Blade, Student Post of American Military Engineers Pershing Rifles, and the ROTC Rifle Team. 388 First Row: Malina Loomis, Judy Dombrowslci, Carol Ria . VI, ter, Jean Dexheimer, Lindalu Parker, Sally Lou Adams lu , 1 - Q Lynne Hansen, Stephanie Klimoski. Second Row: Jud Lesser, Christine Taylor, Mary Young, Oail Fleck, Vick Craig, Linda Fanltboner, Diana Lapp, Jeannie Doeppei Nancy Williams, Jean DeMarini::. Representing, supporting, and entertain- ing the Army ROTC cadets must cer- tainly be an enjoyable job for members oi l Castle Belles, Army ROTC honorary. Each week members hostess a coffee hour for the cadets and often sponsor special parties such as their Valentine's day "event" This year the Castle Belles were hostesses at the Winter Carnival Cabaret and sponsored a reception for the womer students to meet members of the Wom- en's Army Corps and Army Nursing - - Corps. Each year the Belles challenge tha S pl r-'ted S les Angel's Flight to awinter volleyball matcl' and a spring football game, each of whicl' CIC-DVVI--I -fc, rt fer ar-I-T-Ib, is supported by a cheering section of en- thusiastic cadets. Leading the group this year were Lindali. Parker, commander, Penny Taylor, exec- utive ofiicerg Linda Fankboner, secretary and Gail Fleck, treasurer. scabbarcl arid blade unites to overcome traditional rivalries The aim of Scabbard and Blade is to im- prove the caliber of the oflicers and to promote friendship and good fellowship by uniting in one group the various mili- tary departments. Q Q .. L - The tri-service Scabbard and Blade unit at the University of Colorado is one of 160 throughout the United States. Some 85,000 men are presently members of this national organization. Based on academic and military achieve- ment, Scabbard and Blade meets every other week to discuss military activities. Guest speakers added greatly to the year's program by discussing many of the latest achievements in military protection and combat. First Row: Major Robert Kube, Richard Howe, Robert Rowland, Wayne Engstrom, Wesley Rotan. Second Row: Frank Johnson, Richard Minkoff, David McAdoo, Doug- las Hashii, William Wilson. Third Row: Charles Olson, William Turner, Mark Davis, Lee Livingston, David Zacheis, Stephen Patzman. First Row: Jim Johnson, Steve McDanal, Art Barr. Second Row: Lee Livingston, Stephan Kubiszewski, Fred Lamutt, Douglas Hashii. "Hut, two, three, four . . ." Many hours a week are spent by these Army cadets in this manner as they prepare to participate in military and semi-military meets throughout the West. This year's group consisted mainly of freshmen, who were able to gain valuable experience and develop good potential for the future. Many of these men were also members of the CU Varsity Rifle Team. The biggest meet of the year was the an' nual Southwest Tournament held in El Paso, Texas where CU was represented by 13 teams. army rifle tearn freshmen didrft know the irst Row: Richard Becker, George Sape, lohn Hillis, usi Grant, Gary Bjork, Robert Becker, Nelson Fishman. 'econd Row: Mateo Buan, Chuck Dowding, Steve Bea- ham, Sam McAfee, U. R. Heller, W. A. Stovall, J. C. olfe. Third Row: Raymond Orr, Paul Anderson, Frank ilde, Laurence Chartrand, Douglas Watson, john esbitt, Bill Cvilbreath. ershing Rifles consists of men from each f the three armed services - army, navy nd air force. Members are selected on he basis of their military knowledge and chievements. nce selected, these men participate in mallfunit tactics and guerrilla-type train- g. They conduct maneuvers at Fort Car- on and rugged mountain areas in various arts of Colorado. U's Pershing Rifle organization spon- rs an annual meet at the University of olorado for high school drill teams. hese teams, consisting of male and fe, ale members, come to Boulder from all e surrounding states to participate in is activity. gun was loaded l 4 - - . , nrmerm of army. navy, air force forrrm elite perehirmg rifles af? ""' 18,4355 .5 '--,' .4 i -, Ag S 3!'!'gg.,, 4' 'i at-w aux X .-. I- 3. Q5 .J ., . ,,I. .., , -1 X 1 ' . 6 - J xx ' . ,4 "' V L f 4 1 W. ' A ' , -1 L 3 " - - Q I sf N 1'9" '65 fr. -1 f 'W . 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Working on the Military Ball and presenting guest speakers consumed the remainder of the group's activities. Leaders in this year's group were Charles Glson, presidentg Douglas I-Iashii, vice- presidentg Wesley Rutherford, secretary- treasurerg and Captain Phem, sponsor. First Row: Frank Johnson, Robert Perschbacher, Cyrus Lemmon, Wesley Rutherford, Charles Olson, Douglas Hashii, Howard jaidinger, David Gillaspie. Second Row: Arthur Barr, john Dobel, john Wolfe, Douglas Doren, Ronald Heller, Stephen Patzman, Mark Davis, William Wilson, james George, Terry Miller, Steven McDanal. Third Row: David McAdoo, David Nixon, 1. P. Johnson, Steven Kubiszewski, Paul Anderson, Robert Tornstrom, Sam McAfee, George Sape, Robert Rello. To outsiders the most obvious advantage of being a member of the Arnold Air Society is the opportunity to party with the girls of Angels' Flight. The two groups maintained their annual tradition of sponsoring a Christmas Party for under- privileged children of Boulder and also continued to aid the community with its Blood-Donor Program. AAS is composed of advanced AFROTC cadets who have demonstrated outstand- ing leadership ability, The members are offered numerous excellent speakers in order to promote a better understanding of the Air Force and Aerospace Power both in and out of the ROTC Corps. Leaders for the Robert L. Stearns Squad- ron of AAS were William Payne, com- manderg Lowell Pierce, executive officer, Ronald Matsuda, administrative officer, Dave Dolson, comptrollerg and Major Keven Mullaney, sponsor. First Row: Stephen Foster, Joseph Maguire, Victor Dol- court, Bert ltoga, jay Huttenhow, Charles Hansen, Wil- liam Payne. Second Row: Robert Ford, Robert Hein, William Matthews, Dittmar Kittler, Lowell Pierce, David Dolson, Ronald Matsuda, james Young. departmental and service organizations ala provides architecture students with varied prograrn Exhibits, speakers, and Held trips are of- fered to students in the School of Archi- tecture by the student chapter of the American Institute of Architects. The or- ganization maintains contact with local and internationally known architects, and through their bulletin, The Charet, mem- bers publish pertinent articles. ln. order to relieve some of the tensions of student life, AIA plans all-nighters, the BeauxfArts Ball, semi-annual beer busts, and Thursday afternoon gatherings at the Honeybucket. The officers this past year were Darrel Brooks, presidentg Charles Boyd, vice- presidentg James Tyner, secretaryg Hugh White, treasurerg and David Paulson, sponsor. First Row: Robert Fuller, lim Tyner, Darrel Smith, Lou Anne Trainor, William MacDonald, Thomas McKenzie Second Row: jim White, ,lay Parker, Al Durand, Robert Carpet, Robert Wooley, Theodore Brown, Charles Boyd, Steven Miller. alpha Chl elgrria alerts nfierrmbere to chemists' role - - A an - in . Chemistry is more than a science, it is a profession. The principle of Alpha Chi Sigma, a professional chemistry fraternity, is to make members aware of this distinc- tion. Activities of Alpha Chi Sigma include service projects for the chemistry and chemical engineering departments, lec- tures, a spring formal, and a fall picnic and hayrack ride. Officers of the organization are Robert Tapscott, president, Anthony Nagy, vice- presidentg Dave Peterson, treasurer, Dave Peck, recorderg Larry Sherinski, reporterg and Dr. lohn Meek, sponsor. First Row: Dean Elin, Tony Maniscalco, Anthony Nagy, john Randall, Wallace McClure, Calvin Schneider, David Peck, Robert Poley. Second Row: joseph Spano, Lyle Horn, Fred Love, Phillip Nichelson, Lawrence Sherinski, Franklyn Aerstin, Robert Tapscott, Professor R.E. West, David Peterson. Third Row: Ronald Adams, Alva Lund, Robert Franks, Dennis Leatherman, Donald Shanfelt, Robert Fellows, William Clegern, Fred Hudson. First Row: jim Pulver, Don Fine, Ron Elbon, john Thomas, Alan Klub. Second Row: Garreth Johnson, x ' Donald Walker, Bill Bullard, Don Murray, Milton Biles. - i Third Row: Chris Burns, john Friedlund, Jim Wester- burg, Kent Bank, Bill Reef. Subliminal perception! This is a key theory of advertising. Alpha Delta Sigma, na- tional professional advertising fraternity, co-ordinates such theories with classroom theory and business practice in order to help members with their prospective careers. Experience in advertising is gained by members of ADS by participating in mar- ket research surveys, sample distributions, and product selling. Officers for the fraternity were Bill Reef, president, Kent Bank, vicefpresident, Don Fine, secretary, Bill Long, treasurer, and Chris Burns, advisor. alpna delta sigrna encourages advertising achievement First Row: Dr. Norman Witt, Richard Rotondi, Carol Hauk, Andrea Stover, loan Henshaw, Bruce Edwards, Bill Kapla. Second Row: Thomas Charbonnel, Charles Chotvacs, Gary Hillman, Robert Knight, Bill Fresch, Karl Johansson, Charles Bottinelli, Richard Light, f Y gi 2 A A Michael Ascher, David Hughes. Pre-med students realize that all their knowledge does not come from their teachers and text books, there must be contact With persons already in the pro- fession. The students who realize this and wish to do something about it are the members of Alpha Epsilon Delta, inter- national pre-medical society. Alpha Ep- silon Delta encourages scholarship and interest in medical education through movies, speakers, and tours of the Colo- rado Medical School in Denver. Presiding over the group this year were Gary Hillman, president, Bruce Edwards, vice-president, Carol Hauk, secretary, and Richard Rotondi, treasurer. . lpna epsilon delta learns frona the pros L A A , First Row: Ronald Rose, Richard Uoodmaster, limothy Hirabayashi, Douglas Hashii, Rodney Morrill, l. Hull McLean, Wzzlter Dodge, Ronald lllewitr, Thomas Ossola, Ernesto Koue, Albert Camigliana. Second Row: Sam Ruben, Don Hulse, lohn Gillespie, Cecil Fasick, Fred Lamutt, Russell Hohman, Richard Schreiber, Philip Peacock, Ross Fraker, Michael lleloquin. Tliirzl Row: Harold Eason, Ron- ald Hess, George Elder, Roger Riske, Frank Gordon, Edwin Hirst, Henry Zinn, Richard Wise, Martin Zinn, james Tapscotr. Fourth Row: Melvin Ritchie, Larry Petersen, lack Watlclick, Gordon Bailey, james Bauwcll, Gary Lundquist, james Paisley, Cvary Lager, Roy Knight, Dan Armstrong. Alpha Phi Cmega is the largest Greek-letter Ol'g2lH1Z2ttlO1'l in the World. its three cardinal principles are leadership, friendship, and service. Members can be seen running around campus in blue blazers doing various service projects. Their activities inf clude Working at election ballot boxes, ushering at Little Theater Productions, maintaining bulletin boards, guidin campus tours, and maintaining order at special campus events. Service by Alpha Phi Omega is not limited to the campus. Community activities include painting orphanages, holdin Christmas parties for mentally retarded children, and con ducting a swim program and a Junior Leadership Trainin- Program for local boy scouts. A Phi O's program is varied challenging, and a good training ground for future simila Work in communities and in the nation. Officers of the club were Dan Armstrong, presidentg Ros Fraker, vice-president, Roger Riske, secretaryg Russ Hoh man, treasurerg and john Wagner and james Paisley, spon sors. 7 fi , Reminds me of the Senior Prom. PLEDGE CLASS - First Row: Darrell Stanley, Nelson Fishman, jim Gardner, Wzlyne l-lillock, jim Conklin, james Morrison, Alhert Camigliano. Second Raw: john Bauer, Robert Mellbye, Vifilliam Cameron, William McDivitt, Steve Gentle, Duane Nelson, Ed Burns, Allen Bliss, Robin Scott. Third Row: Robert Whitehouse, Dale Blandin, Eric Stone, Robert Burr, ,lim Patterson, Harlan Shoop, Robert Graham, Tom Pendergrass. University men with a common interest in the business profession are united in Alpha Kappa Psi. This honorary is the nation's largest and oldest professional business fra- ternity, having installed over 120 chapters since the founding in 1904. Alpha Kappa Psi furthers the individual welfare of its members by fostering scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounting, and H- nance. The chapter conducts a program of profes-i sional activity each year. Such activity in- cludes spealcers, industrial tours, forums on career planning and job finding techniques, and occupational conferences. Social activities included picnics and the fall and spring banquets. The fraternity presents an achievement award to the graduating senior who has the highest academic record for three years Work in the School of Busif ness. Officers for the year were Doug Anderson, president, Pete Peterson, vice-president, Bedford, secretary, Glenn Graves, treasurer and Dr. Earl Goddard, sponsor. First Row: Allen Agron, Gerald Tesrerman, Glenn Graves, Richard Burns, Wzilrer Peterson, Ron Bender, Don Murray, Clay Timon, john Cierzelman, Allen Patterson, Dennis Michel, Craig Fisher. Second Row: Edward Koehler, Duane lsakson, Arthur liallah, Rolweri' Lcutwiler, Ted Somerville, Mel Sorensen, Allie Plamann, Pere l john Fordyce, Roger Ulbrich. Third Row: Dodds Thomas Grace, Lawrence Lohel, Richard Lynch, Scott l'lro:a, Ken lvlcliride, Ben Howe, Doug: Anderson, Ed Price, Roger Smith, joseph Thomas, Byron Graves. Fourth Row: Tom Wotvd- rum, jim Fraker, Earl Goddard, Kent Hastings, Skip jump, Lawrence Hupp, ,lohn Bedford, liill Wells, Harry Hinzel- man, Peter Perry. anfierican institute of cnernical engineers purchases books for library Q Q irst Row: Paul Barrick, Ronald West, Bruce Degen, Robert Spear, Sharon Varian, Anthony Nagy, alvin Schneider, Rufus Crawford. Second Row: Suresh Bhat, Ronald Kamm, Jim Lund, Fred ove, Phillip Nichelson, Mark Sheridan, Dave Peck, Frank Aerstin, Robert Tapscott. Third Row: obert Adair, Ronald Jacobs, Lyle Horn, Steve Kile, Dennis Leatherman, Vijaykumar Wagh, arold Peters, Robert Poley. The activities of CU's chapter of Amer- ican lnstitute of Chemical Engineers vary from year to year in order that the members may solve special problems that arise unexpectedly. This year the organization purchased books for the Chemical Engineering Library and planned to sponsor a regional AIChE where technical papers would be pref sented. AIChE gives the chemical engineering student an idea of the problems and assignments he will encounter in his profession. It is devoted to furthering its member's knowledge of every type of industry that he will possibly meet later in life. ed techs prepare for dennanding careers chapter of the American So in the field. trip to the Medical Center. the past years there has been an in- reasing emphasis on diagnosing dis- se through laboratory tests. As a ref thereis a need for more technolof to perform these tests. The student p of Medical Technologists is corn' N of the students planning to help this need. The organization prof educational activities to prepare members for their clinical year at Colorado Medical Center in Den- , as Well as social activities to make to the members the oppor- to become acquainted with activities include films, guest lab parties, dinners, and an Row. Anne Durham, Frances Sperl, Carol Judith Whitman, Anne Wennvorth. Row: Jan Cummings, Jonna Blair, Betty Diane Devereaux, Judi Peltzman, Janet E 'E' A asnae - at first step in the engineering profession First Row: Bill Macy, james Badgett, John Medina, Marilyn Warren, Sandy Pyle, Ron Blackwelder, Carlton Darnell. Second Row: Everett Meyers, Richard Garland, Stan Welles, Roy Watanabe, jesse Couch, Harold Zimbelman, Robert Curnutt, Darryl Cvloe, Richard Meyers. Third Row: Gerald Bergeman, Bruce Foster, Dan Dane, Frank Carlson, Patrick Murphy, Larry Flesher, Richard Lay, Ronald Sands. When boys are small, they often play with rockets and dream of the day when they can help construct the "real thing." A few of these boys do follow their dreams, and these are the members of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. The group acquaints the students with the research problems that industry is encountering and the progress that is being made in solving them. Among the AIAA activities were a Weekly film series, monthly meetings with technical talks by men of the aerospace industry, and a student technical paper competition which was held in Texas this spring. Ofiicers for this year were Carlton Darnell, president, Ron Blackwelder, vicefpresidentg Dan Dane, treasurer, Rick Garland, secre- tary, and E. E. Meyers, sponsor. First Row: Timothy Hirabayashi, William Reich, Dave Too ley, Richard l-lelmke, Dan Olson. Second Row: Charle Wagner, Herbert johnson, Al Sanders, Lee Gerbig, Geralc Perko, Clark Lewis, Terry l-lamrick, Roger Ulbrich. Thin Row: Bruce Dunn, Donald Ament, Craig Farnsworth, Rob ert Krebs, Walter Wostenberg, john Holvoet, David Mc! Clure, Roger Repp. Membership in the student section of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, a national professional society, is an impor- tant step toward full recognition in the pro- fessional society. The purpose of ASME is to provide a group Where prospective engi- neers can discuss common problems, learn current information related to mechanical engineering, and hear stimulating speakers- Officers of the student section were Roger Ulbrich, presidentg Richard Helmke, vice' president, Lee Gerbig, secretary, John Hol- voet, treasurerg and Charles Wagner, faculty advisor. L drearns of Captain video.. reality of john glenn And if we mix the sleeping pills with the ep pills?" The American Pharmaceutical ssociation is designed to introduce the stu- ent to the different aspects and branches of harmacy and its relationship with the other edical arts. very year the student branch sends a dele- ate to the national APhA convention. Here e student has the opportunity to express is views to the pharmacists of the nation. he highlights of the year included the an- ual picnic in the spring and the Apothef ry Ball. The Ball is an effort to bring to- ther the students in school, the alumni, nd the pharmacists of the state. flicers this year were Charles Brown, pres- entg Keith Bogren, vicefpresidentg Sondra rill, secretary, William Pipkin, treasurerg d Dr. Francis Hammerness, sponsor. is pleasing to note that the graduating ass this year had one hundred per cent par' cipation. This is an allftime record. Conf atulations to the Class of 1964! st Row: Tony Trujillo, Fred Morimoto, James Sajbel, hn Alclaz, Nick Rougas, Eddie Vasquez, Calvin Garcia. cond Row: Keith Bogren, Robert Lewis, Melvin Kellog, d Vermillion, Gordon Jensen, Richard Hayes, Charles own. First Row: Kent Schafer, Casey Scoles, Richard Haynes, Sam Abernathy, Roger Tonopolglcy, Paul Alfonso, Dennis Burger, Pat Enright, C. A. Pippin. Second Row: D'Anne Yager, Joan Jackson, Marjorie Shields, Linda Grimm, Sondra Grill, Patricia Kortum, Dolores Bononcini, Richard May- born. Third Row: Dennis Novak, Gerald Berlage, Dick Wilsnvii, Carl Aronson, Donald Alix, Vlfilliam Andolsek, R. Eisenberg, Gddy Jacobsen, NVilliam Pipkin, John Panepinto, arnerican pharmaceutical association - pills, pills, pills -..--i ...,.-.,.T-, ,- V.. ,Y . ,, 3 - W V. i l F . I. i l E1'1giI'lCCI'lHg SIfl.ldEDtS at have long COfT'lpl21lI'lCd that their books WSIS First Row: George Maler, lean Dcxheimer, Lynn Kramer the longest and their classes the hardest. Strange then that these same aspiring engineers have time to participate in AES and to make it such El SUCCESS. Dean Recd, Ross Frnker. The Associated Engineering Students is com- S f1 g F1 Ge Yi F1 g Col leg G C I l'T'1 S posed of all engineering students Who pur- chase membership cards. Headed and coordinated by the executive council, AES plans and executes all activities associated with the Colf lege of Engineering. aes as official Officers of the AES were Lynn Kramer, president, lean Dexheimer, acf rm ri' g tivities chairmang Ross Eraker, publicity chairman, and George Maler, sponsor. beta alpha psi prornotes professional awareness .. L , Accounting majors who have high scholasti averages are eligible for membership in Bet Alpha Psi, the only national honorary fra ternity in the field of accounting. CU's Nu Chapter competed in activities an projects with other chapters in a nationa fraternityfwide program. Campus activitie included frequent meetings with gues speakers, field trips, tutoring sessions for ac counting students, and assisting in the CU sponsored Annual Institute of Accounting Another activity was the co-sponsorship o the Colorado Society of CPA's student as sociate program. Qfficers this year were Tom Mates, presi dentg Mike Schwartz,vicefpresidentg Charle Gallegly, secretary, Doug Anderson, trea urerg Rudolph Schattke, faculty vicefpres' dent. First Row: Alan Smith, R. A. Forsgren, Marvin Friedlan Ray Hnmbrie, Alan Bowser, Michael Schwartz. Second Rau Allan Sheline, Dr. R. W. Schatlke, Leon Bartholomew, Joh Easton, Glenn Wliitneltl, Tom Mates, Tom McClanahal Tliircl Row: Steve Weiristeixi, Marlin Miles, Richard Norri john Pierce, Charles Callegzly, Wartl Candy, Douglas Ai derson, Don Walzers. First Row: LeRoy Malouff, Walter Peterson, Phyllig Pender, VLRNNQD K Don Fine. Second Row: William Fisher, William Stanton, Verdell jackson, Tom Mates. Enicifi if C Since 1959 members of the Business School Student Board have used their business training to organize and communicate the views and ideas of the students to their fac- ulty. Acting as a liaison between the two groups, the students learn to recognize many -S-5 of the problems faced by students and fac- ulty alike. The Board performs such services as assist- ing the faculty at registration and initiating the use of student evaluation forms for grad- uating seniors. The oiiicers this past year were Walter Pet- erson, president, Done Fine, vice-president, Phyllis Pender, secretaryg William Fisher, sponsor. business school student board links students and faculty First Row: Robert Joselyn, ,lerald Rounds, Larry Huston, Lynn Kramer. Sccfmrl Row: Steve Fancher, Luther Mar- shall, George Paul, James Leach.'Tl1i1d Row: Barry Kellogg, Samuel Truax, Norman Pedersen, Larry l-louge. Every member of Chi Epsilon, the nationally organized honorary for civil and architect- ural engineering students, has distinguished himself in scholarship, character, practical- ity, and sociability, the four fundamental characteristics of success in the engineering profession. The organization takes pride in serving the College of Engineering and in working toward better student-teacher rela- tionships in the school. Initiation activities for new members con- sisted of an informal faculty-active-pledge party and a formal banquet held in the fall and spring. Ofiicers this year were Lynn Kramer, presi- dent, Robert Joselyn, vice-president, Larry C lvl I 8 r... d 8 r-C I,-1 ltectu ral Huston secretary teve anc er, treasurer ' ' ' , ' s S F' h 9 and James Chinn, sponsor. engineering students unite in chi epsilon corps of caps and capes uses technical training ancl sympathetic understanding '-T"r'-Q . 7' ' f' trnas ch re subdued vanelirglfligf-5 1 "1 ." 1- :-- -1-,:v4-h.u4oic-me if , CFS' First Row: Marilyn Shaklee, Karen Fink, Marian Petersen, jane Emblade, Leslyn Petersen, Madelyn Wagner, ,lohnene Danforth. Second Raw: Cor- inne Archer, Virginia Webb, Linda Killoch, Sara Mitchell, joyce Potter, Mary Carver, Mariann Ni- gro, Katherine Temple. Third Row: Helen Koep- pen, Dianna Kindred, lill Butlin, jean Swanson, Marilyn Willetre, Sandra Bigelow, Betty Weaver, -ludy Vfood, Carol Willis. Fourtli Row: ,ludith Livingston, Gwen Anderson, Dorothy Clark, Sheryl Clark, Carol Maxwell, Lee Ashenfelter, Connie Andersen, Nib Morris, Bobbie Miller. "A friend to the friendlessn moti- vated the members of Campus Corps' of Caps and Capes to adopt a waro at the Pueblo State Mental Hospital, Two other projects of "4 C's" were decorating the Christmas tree ir Wzirdenberg and caroling to patients and participating in the annual Win- ter Carnival. The main objectives of Campus Corps of Caps and Capes are to ac quaint the freshman and sophomore on campus with the upper classme in Denver and to stimulate a greate interest in the nursing profession This was carried out by several par ties at both schools, attendance a the capping ceremony in December the spring formal dance, and tour of hospitals and orphanages in th area. Coordinating this year's activitie were Ginger Webb, president, lan Emblade, vice-presiclentg Susi Grant, secretary, Sherry Novak treasurer, Lee Ashenielter, Denve representativeg and Mrs. Elda Popiel sponsor. 4, ..-'1 -- .ua-.tri nl i " 1 V A v. Qi 1, . . . . f' V. , , ii 6 K rf- , -i Q- 3 I if 1 , A J- . , ..: ' Lv, .. hidden pereuaders of cuarna gain practical YY, 13 - , First Row: Philip Cateora, Edward Kline, Steve Hanke, Don Fine, Karen Scheunemann, Dianne Liston, Judy Brett, Dusty McEvoy, Pam Turner, Phyllis Pender, Dale Behse, John Howell, William Lips, Wil- liam Wong, Verdell Jackson. Second Row: Robert Sterling, Andrea im Lund, Dean Weidner, Don Murray, Christine Opdyke, Brickner, James Hill, Pete Lindquist, Robert Barrows, John John Bruce. Third Row: Kurt Friedrichsen, Kent Hastings, kent Bank, Ken McBride, John Comer, Harry Hinzelman, Rich Benf der, Dan Compton, Hans Johansen, Frank Gerhardt, Kenneth Ander- son, Joseph Thomas. understanding CUAMA is the CU Chapter of the American Marketing Association. The group consists of marketing men and women who meet together twice a month to gain a better knowledge of what busi- ness and industry expect from a college graduate. To learn exactly what marketing entails, CUAMA sponsors speakers from various business and industrial concerns, Held trips to such places as the Coor's Brewery in Golden, and various marketing re- search projects. Through CUAMA, each member is able to gain a practical and direct understanding of the marketing field. The group also has the privilege of editing the Business School newspaper, "The Blotter." The activities were carried out this year under the guidance of Dr. Philip Cateora and Dr. Bernard LaLonde, professors of marketing at the University. delta pni delta'e goal: prornote interest in field of art There are many reasons why members of Delta Phi Delta should be proud of their organization, but this year's members have an extra reason. For the hrst time, Rho chapter of Delta Phi Delta, national art honorary, awarded a scholarship to a student of fine arts or architecture. Delta Phi Delta is composed primarily of students majoring in art and architecture. lt is active in spon- soring and promoting art exhibits and sales. Among its projects are the Fine Arts Week Exhibits, the Sidewalk Art Show, and an art sale of Work do- nated by the students. This year's ofhcers included James Tyner, president, Robert Carper, vicefpresidentg Karen Hyink, secref taryg Laura Ruffalo, treasurer, and Richard Dudf ley, counselor. First Row: Jim Tyner, Laura Ruffalo, Marcia Murphy, Robert Fuller. Second Row: Mary Snow, Mike Schaible, Robert Carper, Darrell Smith, Steven Miller, Karen Hyink. i First Row: Tom Maniatis, John Siler, Cheryl Takamine, Barry johnson, Richard O'Brinn, Marilyn Bromberg, Gennie Ray, Merry Fishburn. program commission educates and entertain Margie McCoy. ,Y X-rind, ... Y.- .lit 408 'S -.Ig The primary aim of the Program Com- mission is to provide a continuous and comprehensive series of educational pro- grams. The commission operates in almost every- conceivable area of programming. The- Special Events committee brought enter- tainment such as Peter, Paul, and Mary, Peter Nero, Dick Gregory, and the Smothers Brothers to campus. The Cof- fee Hours committee provided programs such as the UMC Reading Program and the Reader's Theater. The Spectrum com- mittee brought such notable speakers as Max Lerner and Sir lulian Huxley. The Live Music committee provided a series of jazz concerts, coffee concerts with the University Bands, the All-University Jazz Contest, and other similar programs. The Games Area Committee sponsored tour- naments in bowling, billiards, table ten- nis, chess, and bridge. The Lecture and Debates committee sponsored speakers such as Dr. Charles Rymer on "Psychi- atry and the Law" and debates on vari- ous campus and national issues. Members of this year's commission were Barry Johnson, commissioner, Carolyn Hunt and Cheryl Takamine, secretaries, Gennie Ray, publicity chairman, Rich 0'Brian, fine arts chairman, Tom Mani- atas, arts and crafts chairman, Marilyn Bromberg, lectures and debates chairman, Cwayla McRae, spectrum chairman, Jerry Rutledge, games area chairman, Jerry Graue, live music chairman, Merry Fish- burn, forum room chairman, Sara Cant- rell, coffee hours chairman, and john Siler, special events chairman. 3 ,MM w 5 M Z? fi Q2 J, Q1 va?" iff , -1 226225 i?f'?'f2 ' 1 ,Az , Q' S. Al,- l WK Tx FX 1 Q?f??1ff-sw, W' Kim 3129 3 ?'1?a,i5 .,.,XQ,f A V up adm iw ' :xx . - . ' 531955-fgggff ,, , ' ,Qgzm N' 3155 50 5' 514, 1, MM Siva-Q , , All 1 f 'fgwf fm ' , .ws ii7i5-1 . K, Wglfiaf, W- W. VA: :X ,X . , -fifm . V K ' ' .get Q-ImfZ2fE5:1, ' Y ,aff?f,,i25ffx, my fn .. . if ' ?:5sziim,,,'f1i'5 ii Q. " K1fw+1ssx.2WH, - ,Mg,g,1s ' f!fg+'?'i5?27 5f Xi55:g1 S55 , ge First Row: William Libby, Lee Merritt, lim Lund, Robert Ayer, Leon Bartholo- mew, Richard Helmke. Second Row: john Aldridge, Charles Shallenberger, Roger Repp, Ward Candy, William Clegern, David Zacheis. Third Row: Rodger Smith, LeRoy Malouff, David Noe, Bruce Dunn, Steve Kile, james Ferraro, William Waddingron. delta sigma pi claims rnany famous rnernbers From its inception at New York University in 1947, Delta Sigma Pi has grown to a total of 116 chapters and 40 alumni clubs. Included in the ranks of distinguished Delta Sigs are such notables as Milton S. Eisenhower, president, Johns Hopkins University, Chester l. Barnard, president, Rockefeller Foundation, and William A. Patterson, presi- dent, United Airlines. Alpha Rho Chapter at CU was established in 1926. Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to fos- ter the study of business in universities. Activites during the year stress the professional functions of the fraternity, but numerous social events are included in the schedule. The annual "Rose of Delta Sign ball heads up the social program. Alpha Rho Chapter traditionally ends the year's activities with a picnic in the mountains for members and guests. Delta Sigma Pi's officers this year were LeRoy Malouff, president, Ben Boyd, vice-president, Rodger Smith, secre- taryg and Craig Farnsworth, treasurer. W .anus --5--Er--,Wg ,',.'.',' Debating the business of business. The harried chapter advisor iii" .. 'li' J i through psi chi toc:lay's students beoorhe torr1orrow's professionals Outstanding undergraduates in the psy- chology field ,have va special means of ex- tending their knowledge and understand- 'ng of their chosen profession. Through si Chi, national honor society in psy- chology, members share ideas, theories, -and research. The influence of Psi Chi is :felt not only on the CU campus, but throughout the United States and abroad. IPsi Chi activities center around intellec- tual pursuits which cover research, top speakers, debates, and field trips to men- tal hospitals. fficers were Sharon Takewell, presidentg arol Leiser, vice-presidentg Nancy Salo- mon, secretaryg and Dr. Donald Weath- erly, sponsor. phi delta chi First Row: Sharon Gatewood, Nancy Salomon, Sharon Takewell, Carol Anne Leiser, David Van Liere, Mary Lou Waldo. Second Row: Janice Pamplin, Jean Golden, Dorothy Riddle, Janet Fritz, Karol Anderson, Susan Lauer, Leslee Karr, Jan Lackey. Third Row: Donald Weatherley, Peter Lenz, Larry Olsen, Wil- liam McCarthy, Richard Spanjer, Stephen Janes, Colin Martindale. No-Doz for sale! This could be the cry of Phi Delta Chi, national professional pharmacy fraternity, during final week. Actually, the purpose of this organization is to promote the sciences of pharmacy and chemistry. Activities which help in Cl CJ es DQS rT-1 rj g promoting their goals include sponsoring a breakfast at the Colorado Pharmaceuti- cal Association Convention, hosting dif- L-I m ess d L-I ri FW g m 8-I Vvee K ferent pharmacy conventions in the area, building displays to promote National Pharmacy Week and National Poison Prevention Week, and sponsoring an an- nual mixer dance for the School of Phar- macy students and faculty. In addition, Phi Delta Chi awards two scholarships a year to pharmacy school members. Officers of the fraternity were Richard Hayes, presidentg Dennis Burger, vice- presidentg Gerald Berlage, secretary, Bill Pipkin, treasurerg and Dr. Fred Drorn- mond, sponsor. First Row: Dennis Burger, Edward Vasquez, Charles Brown, Buddy Pippin, Sam Abernathy, Nick Rougas, Kent Schafer. Second Row: Otoniel Trujillo, William Lichtenwalter, Fred Morimoto, William Pipkin, Donald Alix, Richard Hayes, Neal Hribar, Paul Alfonso. Third Row: Ronald Ransdell, Gordon Jensen, Boris Tabakoff, Gerald Berlage, Dennis Novak, John Panepinto, George Wilson, Fred Drommond. mechanical engineers Stand together in pi tau eignna Mechanical engineers must be top stu- dents. This is the policy of Pi Tau Sigma, the national mechanical engineering hon- orary. Members must be juniors and se- niors ranking in the upper third of their class. Each year a constructive project is under- taken which will benefit engineering and engineering students. This year the proj- ect was to continue the construction of a work shop to be used by mechanical engi- neering students. Pi Tau Sigma also awards engraved slide rules to the two outstanding sophomore ME students. Officers of the fraternity were Walter Wostemberg, presidentg Michael Knox, vice-president, David McClure, secretaryg and Professor Herbert Iohnson, treasurer and sponsor. signfia alpha iota trunfipete nfiusical talents of wonfien L - - First Row: Thomas Goetz, Ping Chan, Joe Beerer, Roge Ulbricli, Ellen Carr, Dan Olson, Richard Helmlce. Sec oml Row: Donnie Miller, Bohdan Bejmuk, Craig Fam worth, Gerald Perko, Bob Horner, Johnson. Tliircl Row: Bruce Dunn, Knox, Walter' Wosteiiberg, David Al Sanders, Herber Carl l-lund, Michae McClure, John Hol voet, David Lewis, Roger Repp. Since musically talented women are n prone to blowing their own individu horns, they formed an organization t blow them collectively. Sigma Alpha lot is a professional music fraternity fo women. Its purpose is to promote th appreciation of music and to strengthe bonds of musical interest and unde standing between foreign countries. Each year the local Alpha Phi presents a scholarship to a deserving dent who excels in academics and cal ability. Officers for SAI were Vicki Mills, dent, Janet Sanderson, Cynthia Bragg, secretary, and Pat treasurer. First Row: Nancy Hunyadi, Carol Crawford, Pierce, Carol Killian, Adrianne Van Bergen, Cave. Second Row: Lecy Roe, Cynthia Bragg, Mills, Diana Lapp, Sue Stopher, Rose Klay, Ramaley, janet Sanderson. irst Row: Joann Muhn, ,lean Franson, Geri Pittman, loria Smith, Laura Rulfalo, Jana Swardenski, Margaret ing. Second Row: Mary Miller, Nancy Kretchman, arcia Murphy, Carolyn l-lastie, joan Andrews, Vivian err, Gwen Warner, Ann Holiday, Cherry Moore. hird Row: William Miller, Dean Hall, Mike Schaible, onald Ryden, Dave Hawk, Francis Geck. nowledge in interior design is acquired hrough actual use of materials and meth- ds and through association with profes- ionals in the -field. Serving this need is au Delta, interior design honorary and student affiliated chapter of the Ameri- an Institute of Interior Design. he organization attended exhibits and ectures to encourage the members. Tours f textile firms and carpet and upholstery ouses acquainted members with materi- ls they will use in their profession. his year's officers were Mike Schaible, residentg Vivian Kerr, vice-president, arolyn West, secretaryg Anne Yonkers, reasurerg and Francis Geek, sponsor. au delta encourages experience in design kappa delta pi unites an international profession 1 First Row: Allaire Stuart, Diedra Hake, Sandra Fuchs, Mary Moore, Liz Crampon, Sara Cantrell, Donald Lucas. Second Row: Virginia Westerberg, Rebecca Bradley, JoAnn Mazzeri, Carol lo Winchester, Stephanie Kerr, Wilma Mil- ler, Kay Lyon. Third Row: Gilbert Wilson, Laverne Ac- cardi, Pam Fox, Mary Stevens, Marcia Ewig, Almeria Liddle, Barbara Kramer, Sue Romine, Robert Clegern. Kappa Delta Pi is an international educa- tion honorary open to both students and faculty. Membership signines that a student has maintained a 3.3 over-all average. Pro- fessionally, the honorary endeavors to en- courage students who are planning to enter the field of education. This year, guest speakers were invited to talk on new teaching approaches and stu- dent teaching. Two banquets were also held. Sandra Fuchs represented CU's chapter of Kappa Delta Pi at the national convention held at Purdue University. This year's officers were Marsha Ewing, presidentg Sandra Fuchs, vice-president, Miss Virginia Westerberg, treasurerg and Barbara Cramer, secretary. First Row: Gene Burrell, Gerald Rergeman, David Zacheis, ,lean Dexheimer, Ross Fraker, Richard l-lelmke, David Peterson. Second Row: Ronald Sands, Luther Marshall, Eugene Turk, XVarren Vlfilson, Ron Black- welder, Nick Nossaman, Eldon Haakinson, Robert Tap- scott. sigrna tau is largest engineering honorary on canfmpue As an incentive to engineering students, Sigma Tau honors outstanding achieve- ment With membership in the largest en- gineering honorary at CU. Members are selected from students in all branches of the College of Engineering. Students are chosen on the basis of scholastic achieve' ment and activities. Members are selected from the junior class and must have mainf tained at least a 3.0 average. Tappings for membership are made each fall and springg formal recognition is given at the bi-annual initiation banquet. Each year an outstanding freshman in the College of Engineering is selected and honored with an award during Engineers' Days. First Row: Carlton Darnell, Richard Sato, Lloyd Roedel, Ellen Harris, JoAnn Cram, Gary Kochenherger, Ben Boyd, Marshall Silver. Second Row: Jerald Rounds, Terry Gatldess, loc Spano, john Boil-:e, Fred Love, Gary Mauth, lim Chetelar, Malvern Mudd, Delmar Clement. Third Row: james Valent, john Sunkel, Michael Knox, Williaim Lee, Carl Raily, Doyle Dikes, Al Sanders, -lames Lauridson. ' - - A Pi ru , .r outstanding fresh engineer honored by tau beta pi ery few people realize that women, as ell as men, serve the band department. au Beta Sigma, honorary sorority for and women, helps promote musicianship nd band spirit through varied activities. he organization's largest annual project the co-sponsoring of the High School Day at which over one hundred bands perform. au Beta Sigma also helps finance equip- for the bands and helps provide for two upperclass women one incoming freshman. ln the fall 1963 a new tradition was started when formal dance was held to celebrate the of the concert season. mcers this year were Marty Linde, resident, Carol Crawford, vice-presi- t' Betsy Hall, secretaryg Luci Holt, and Mrs. Alden McKinley, Row: Kathie McKinley, Virginia Ellis, Mrs. Alden Nancy Henderson, Sonia Ervo, Mary Hall. Sharon Gatewood, Suzy Hauser, Donna Marty Lynde, Carol Crawford, Nancy Hunyacli, Rollins. u beta eigrna First Row: Kenneth Tompkins, Delamar Clement, Roger Ulbrich, Herbert Hethcote, Wiilliam Anderson, Ross Fraker, Mark Swaggart. Second Row: James Leach, James Chetelat, Odd Iustad, Charles Patnoi, Frank Price, Richard joy, David George, Irvin Reep. Third Row: Stanley Zelinger, lens Gundersen, Franklyn Aers- tin, Thomas Davey, Cwene Carew, Ron Blackwelder, Robert Curnutt, Wallace Capps, Johannes Gottwald. Fourth Row: julian Fowler, Larry Huston, Edward Kin- zie, Aden Hiatt, Nicholas Stillwell, Warren Peele, Lynn Kramer, Erik Helland-Hansen. ln the 1880's E. H. Williams at Lehigh University became aware of the sentiment against admitting technical students to Phi Beta Kappa. He decided to offer these technical men as good a chance as that afforded by Phi Beta Kappa and hence founded Tau Beta Pi. Membership in Tau Beta Pi is bestowed on students with a high scholastic achievement and exem- plary character. The University of Colo- rado was granted a chapter in 1905, thus becoming the first honor society in the College of Engineering. The CU chapter's main goal this year was securing an informational name plate for the new engineering school and establish- ing a tutoring group. An award was also given to the outstanding freshman engi- neering student. Leading the society were Ron Blackwel- der, president, Stanley Zelinger, vice- president, Julian Fowler, corresponding secretaryg Herbert Hethcote, recording secretaryg and William Anderson, treas- urer. honors wonaeri rriusicians fvewnumrsv- - 1 .Q '.', ..-' -. - M.. , ,,,,,A ,f -, ,, . , ...,,"-' 4-4-,fy-,l. f . , ,,.--,.:x:.'ff-,-:,'.f .J 4 e if . .,,. f , ,, .... .,,,. .,. .A-.,,.g..,.f e g . .. .UI , , M., ,., , I in-, .,,..i,, ,H,. 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I 52 li -L 5... ' 'sg 1 ohnson, 1 Lindberg, owar ense , in a Eloise Logsdon, Dennis Powers, Julie Sullivan, Monty McAllister. rno board sees the efforts of predecessors --1 Ykli-V 1-. inevitably materialize This year the UMC Board has had the pleasure of seeing the ful- fillment of many years of planning and labor with the expansion of the Memorial Center. The board has not been content merely to Watch the construction of the physical addition but has been active in seeking the opinions of the students as to what facilities are needed. In this way, the Board helps to fill the requests of the students. A retreat during registration Week in the fall was dedicated to the study of this prob- lem as was a survey conducted in the fall. Members of the Board attended the Association of College Unions Regional Conference at the University of Arizona which was a Workshop for the exam- ination of the role of student unions in the life of the campus. The completion and dedication of the UMC Expansion, which is scheduled for the early fall of 1964, Will climax an important phase of the Board's Work. '- -- .. wonfien of Valkyrie extend helping hand to cornnfiunity First Row: Jeffrey Johnson, Robert Pafford, Edward Riggs. Second Row: William Mowczko, Edward Shallen- berger, Kirby Krbec, Craig Conly, Charles Bush. In 1934 a group of independent men de- cided that there should be an organiza- tion to promote the Welfare of non-Greek students. Therefore Vikings was organ- ized, and it has since played an important role in campus life at CU. Viking members strive to be of service to the University by such activities as usherf ing at Little Theater productions and sponsoring Club First Nighter. Social ac- tivities are not neglected as Vikings func- tion with Women's organizations and par- ticipate in intramural athletic programs. This year's officers were Bob Pafford, president, Jeff Johnson, secretaryg and Burt Hughes, treasurer. First Row: Jacquelin Goodwin, Nancy Salomon, Natalie Perlmutter, Judith Emcson, Hallie Hams, Judith York, Susan Clyde. Second Row: Annette Varra, Julianne Cur- tis, Nan Deal, Rita Morrill, Martha Connell, Diane Davis, Janet Morgan, Kathryn Hubba. Third Row: Mrs. Jimmie Queen, Shari Smith, Merilynn Gillis, Jennie Dugan, Karen Johnson, Margo Cahalane, Sandra Ven- zon, Carolyn Robbins, Judith Skinner. If happiness is helping others, the mem' bers of Valkyrie certainly possess this elu- sive quality. Membership is open to al independent women at CU who have a grade point average of at least 2.5. 1. The group's activities included ushering at the Summer Shakespeare Festival, car- oling at the Mesa Vista Old Folks Home, painting the Vetsville nursery, and hav' ing a party for psychiatric patients in Fitzsimons Hospital. A new project this year was raising money for needy chilf dren in the Boulder area. Officers for the past year were Karen Johnson, presidentg Margot Cahalane vice-presidentg Marilyn Gillis, secretary Kathy Hubbs, treasurerg and Mrs. Jim mie Queen, sponsor. independent, nfien of viking serve an already over-serviced university tl- -avf' 415 J f:F-5' fi among fraternities is Kappa Phi. the auspices of the Methodist the entire program is aimed at in the lives of its members five fellowship, leadership, scholar- culture, and religion. The program included lectures, projects to serve the esley Foundation and the Boulder com- unity, and a clothing drive. eading the year's activities were Linda raves, presidentg Diane Skinner, first ce-presidentg Nancy Dansdill, second ce-president, Gini Allison, secretary, tty Hazard, treasurerg Vicki Thomp- n, chaplain, and Sharon Varian, editor. Row Mary Lou Banwell, Betty Hazard, Virginia Linda Graves, Karen Nero, Vickie Thompson, ner. Second Row: Marjorie Brown, Nina Har- Sharon Clark, Mary Ann Monson, Caroline Pesce, Knight, Betty Johnston, Lindy Smith. Third Row: Lee Weidum, Judy DeMara, Mary Dodd, Mary Marie Albrecht, Mrs. C. Shelton, Mrs. Hilmar Donna Kratz, Fourth Row: Helen Koeppen, Jones, Mary Carver, Rowena Donelson, Janet Sol- er, Lee Ashenfelter, Andrea Cookson, Betty Wea- Patty Castles, Jean Fields. heta sig's are professional news rnongers "No news is good news" except for the women who are members of Theta Sigma Phi, the journalism honorary. In conjunction with the Denver Profes- sional Chapter, Theta Sigma sponsored panel discussions on areas of special in- terest to women in journalism. Other principal activities included journalism convocations and a Matrix Table break- fast honoring Colorado women active in journalism. Officers for the year were Judith Johnson, presidentg Ann Garretson, vice-president, Carol Robinson, secretary-treasurerg Su- san Meyer, publicity chairmang Kathleen Tiemann, archives chairman, and Floyd Baskette, sponsor. Left to Right: Judith Johnson, Donna Jernigan, lnnette Verras, Susan Meyer, Susan Clyde, Carol Robinson. five ideals of kappa phi guide the rnethodist wornen I 1 A ,fgx X' -154 ,v"""' First Row: Bill Brimrner, Negl Horejsi, Cvrant Iacobson, Marc McConnell, Constant Marks, james Badgett, Mike Moore. Second Row: Alan Benson, Daniel Graham, Steve Cady, James Davies, Art Ballah, Merrill Parsons, Steve Negler, George Kramer, Jerry Chennault, Dan Dane. buff flying club fastest on campus Flying to Colorado Springs for lunch may be thrilling, but it was seeing an airplane on the UMC lawn that convinced many stu- dents that flying was the only way to go. Although planes are not allowed on campus lawns under ordinary conditions, other un- usual activities are open to members of the Buff Flying Club. lncluded in these special activities were flights to Federal Aviation Agency facilities as well as several planned flights for members. 4 Last April, the University Flyers brought back the First-timer Award trophy from the National Intercollegiate Flying Association meet at Southern Illinois University,and a team is now preparing for the 1964 meet at Montana State College. Officers this year were Jim Badgett, presi- dentg Toby Ellis, secretaryg Mark McConf nell, treasurerg Dave Ellis, sponsor. The Wright brothers welcome new addition. Your wheels are showing. I 1-'Z 9 3 The Concert Ba d Symphonic Ba 1 bands care enough to send the very beet a talented eneernble for every occasion ' and Little ! Hi Ho, Silver! - V-3 . ,K 4 rl .- .TNT 0 . i E ., 1 . 13 , , 2 " Every Tuesday evening the horses a1 Green Meadows Riding Ranch have 2 special workout as members of the C Bai U Riding Club arrive for their weekly meeting. A brief, formal meeting is fol- lowed by games on horseback in the lighted arena or a moonlight trail ridc around the ranch. ln addition to the regular meetings dur- ing the fall there is a Halloween anc Christmas party plus a Thanksgiving pack trip. ln the spring, C Bar U visiteo the National Western Stock Show ir Denver. A horse show is presented by members of the club each year which al, lows members to show their skills ancl compete before an audience. ln the pasl 18 years this horse show has become th- largest collegiate horse showin the Unite States. The oHicers this year were Richard Va Dusen, presidentg Carolyn Lefler, vice presidentg Dianne Dirks, secretaryg Josi Flint, treasurerg and C.D. l-lays, sponsor c bar u riders provide friendly "horse talk" .F d First Row: Prudence Morgan, Richnrtl Van Dusen, Gr- nis Forsythe, Alnina Alcorn, Josie Flint. Sucrmrl Andy Novik, ,Inn lvlcCurcly, Lynn lrlnisrom, Hallie Ruth Mills, Barbara Beneoff. First Row: Priscilla Dratter, Karen Knowles, Virginia Webb, Kenneth Kernen, Beverly Wright, Nancy Rogers, Debby Swadesh. Second Row: Sandra Darrow, Jeanette Kolterman, Susan Read, Theresa Calza, Sharon Stephens, Allan Carlson, Paul Bullai, T. R. Sharma. Third Row: Carol Poris, Michele Mercier, Tom Mates, Carole Puxty, Bonnie Bloom, Larry Warner, Ianeth Lewis, Henry Morrison, Neil Williams. Fourth Row: james Barnett, Nathan Bryant, Gregg Anderson, Brian Lingle, Burke Anderson, George Smart, Neil Snyder, George Dob- bins, Karl Starch, lack Twombly. "Kansas City here I come" was a popular theme song first semester for the ten mem- bers of Calico and Boots making up the CU Square Dance Exhibition Team that 'toured Kansas City during Christmas va- cation. The team had an extremely busy but interesting schedule as it performed at the annual hoedown, danced for local clubs, and made special appearances throughout the state. Calico and Boots meets every Tuesday evening in the Women's Gym, and guest callers often make their appearance, among them Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Gross who headed the billing for the 1963 CU Hoedown --"How the West was Fun." Leading the promenade this year Were Sharon Stephens, president, Ken Kernen, Vicefpresidentg Ginger Webb, secretary, Gregg Anderson, treasurer, and George Dobbins and Charlotte Ireg, co-sponsors. Calico and boots dancers discover how the west was fun The traveling Exhibition Team. louffoons blend close narnnony for swiss yodels O broadway nits First Row: Ruth Waadeland, Umi-Lillian Bjorkheim, lngvar Sodnl, Jan Christiansen, Johannes Sollid, Odd Jusrad, Anne-Karin Johansen, Ragnhild Bakstnd. Second Row: Hazikon Waadeland, Oyvind Bjorkeim, Hans Lo- herg, Sveing Andresen, Tom Ronning, Erik Helland- Hansen, Jens Gundersen, Oddy Jacobsen, Tnrland Kval- seth, Helge Dordal, Jan Wennesland, Oyvind lversen, Arne Vileid, Odd Hallvard Hammer, Tor Olav Backer, Knut Linderoth. Colorado and Norway are blessed with many similar environmental features. However, the similarities may not coma pensate for the differences, and a for- eigner who leaves his homeland often suff fers the tragic fate of being a man without a country. "Norway in Boulder" is the aim of the Association of Norwegian Students. ANS achieves its goal through close Contact with the main student organization in Norway, annual picnics, and a Christmas Party, Norwegian style. Officers for the year were Johannes Sol' lid, presidentg Odd Justad, vice-presidentg Arne Vileid, treasurerg and Svein Andre- sen, sponsor. I' 'Ns the associated norwegian students find second nonfie One hundred eighty-five students, faculty members, and Boulder residents composed CU's largest choral organization - the Uni- versity of Colorado Festival Chorus. uring its seventeenth season, the chorus, under the direction of rofessor Berton Cofiin, presentedthree concerts. In November they combined with the University Symphony Orchestra to pre- ent the Cherubini "Requiem" in a memorial program honoring resident John F. Kennedy. They also joined with the orchestra n a performance of Bach's "Magnificat" and Handel's "Messiah" In December. "Something old and something newi' was brought to the campus this year by the CU Buffoons, a twelve man informal singing group. Their creative arrangements cover everything from barbershop harmonies and Swiss yodels to contemporary broadway hits. The group started singing in September 1962 under the guidance of Dr. Oakleigh Thorne, a former member of the famed Whiffenpoofs of Yale Uni- versity. Now creating many of their own novelty arrangements, the current group released its second LP album early in spring. The Buffoons have filled many singing engagements for alumni organizations as well as collegiate groups. The fall season opened with a round of impromptu evening "singouts" for sorority houses and seref nades at the women's dorms on behalf of the Cam- pus Chest drive. At Christmas the Buffoons held several functions of their own including carolling parties at Boulder hospitals and nursing homes. One holiday appearance included a skiing party and gathering around the Wassail Bowl. First Row: Oak Thorne, Otley Mitchell, ,lim Marean, Bill Bliss, Sandy Swinehart, John Dedford, Doug Anderson, Bob Rudisill, Gary Forsberg, Tom Moore, George Hallenbeck, Al Holzapfel. festival Chorus is Cu's largest choral group i l Mir - ms 'UL . ga C v!'. fi!" P 1 tl 'I 1 I 1 f X JL. 4, it -at EH! cj ,ff 'fgiq-' Sgr' V fy, V: ' !rl!!,?'l'5f3l' ' ' .J 70? Y 5? , I I xx V! , A 1, 4 A , s 2 - , 'r - ' '-, , w . Aff . 1 1 ,R X, . 4 1 I! . Q 5 A 'Q'-3,4 -- , ' -, . I - ,.,- , z fifagtfx 1' 1 ' A -3, E ng: QQ ' 91-,- -.gi 'H + 25 L d v Nx YQ G V 12 L JI w . ,, . .QA X, if - :ag fmt, A 5 Q 'Fx ' "I Q. sy XT 11, t ' I In 10? A Q A q 9 1 Very few clubs anywhere, except the United Nations, can boast that they are run by officers that are each from a different country. Yet here at CU there is a club that has a Norwegian president, an English vicefpresident, a Peruevian treasurer, and an American secretary. These are the officers of the Cosmopolitan Club, a social organization designed to acquaint members of different countries with each other. ' The Cosmo Club introduces the foreign student to many of the activities of the American student, and in turn teaches American students some of the customs of other countries. The relaxing activities include a hayride, ice skating, and parties and picnics. Panel discussions, speakers, and foreign area programs provide the more serious and thought provoking part of the program. The officers this year were Iohannes Sollid, presidentg Peter Aitch- eson, vicefpresidentg Rosa Valega, treasurerg and Barbara Belding, secretary. Coerno club unites future world leaders 2 -JIT if energetic hiking club does best to tanne the wild west First Row: Nancy Cohen, Marian Reaves, Ruth Smith, Marilyn Meyers, Randy Torbet, Debbie Edwards, Lee Phillips, Richard Nelson. Second Row: Judith Dolan, Barbara Garnett, Suzanne Curtis, Cathy Boyer, Ann Burr, Sue Lauer, Missy Fassett, Joanne Walliace, Ray- mond Flynn, ,loyce Thacker, Eugene Pflum. Third Row: Sue Haller, Marsha Cundiff, Marsha Turner, Lynn Rep- sis, Deanna johnson, Alice Osborn, Marylyn Kipphut, Lynn Kuykendall, Bill Wolf, Peter Urone,VDiane Wright, Steven Farber. Fourth Row: john Faulkner, Judy Brown, Robert Krebs, Charles Richards, Robert Babson, Lewis O'l-lanlon, Curt Armstrong, Steven Foster. A new innovation in class council memf bership was started by the junior Class officers this year. The council consisted of an elected representative from each living unit plus an additional ive mem' bers. The result - 52 enthusiastic juniors who planned the social functions and car- ried out the other important activities of the junior Class this year. These included sponsoring the major debate of the stu- dent body presidential election and ref Writing the controversial election rules for ASUC. Leaders of this year's council were Craig Penfold, presidentg john Martin, vice- presidentg Diana Lapp, secretary, Pat Kinsella, treasurerg and Kay McDonald, social chairman. l'm sure we're still in Colorado! It is a popular misconception that mem- bers of a hiking club must be physically fit. Actually, many members of the Uni' versity of Colorado Hiking Club use up all their "oomph" just getting out of bed in the mornings. This club, headquartered in the rapidly disintegrating Timberline Lounge, has been known to do practically anything. Ofiicially, the club sponsors steakfries, hikes, and snowshoeing with side activities such as volleyball, skiing, Rackabor hunting, folksinging, and spe- lunking. Unofficially, the members in- dulge in such things as technical rock climbing, white water boating, and Nil-7' FiCking. Often during vacations outings are organized to primitive areas such as Canada and Mexico. The club is friendly, informal, and open to all interested people. Gflicers this year were Allan Carlson, presidentg Sue Greene, vicefpresidentg Merle Landberg, secretaryg Ken Nestler, treasurerg and Carol Burt, sponsor. 2 9 4 A junior class council plans for clinnb to top of ladder 'W'-R Rowz- Francis Walcastigi, jr., Kazuko Omiya, Elaine Vernon Ching. Second Row: Dennis Muna- Kaneyama, Kenneth Nakamura, Ronald Alan Maii. Tliircl Row: David Nekomoto, nada, Bert Itoga, Robert Yamato, Vincent Daniel Masaki. o colorado by ui o'If1awaii awaiian students, and those who wish they ere from Hawaii, compose Hui O'Hawaii, e Hawaiian Club designed to bring Haf aiian culture and philosophy to main- nders. his was accomplished at the spring Luau here the perfume of a million flowers and otic music of the south seas Hlled the air, iving those who attended a taste of "old awaiif' residing over this yearls group were Daniel asaki, presidentg Dennis Munetake, vice- reesidentg Kazuko Omiva, recording secre- ryg Elaine Manago, corresponding secre- ryg Alan Maii, treasurerg David Mekomoto nd Vincent Goshi, historiansg and Salva- re Iannantuano, sponsor. xotic flavor of paradise islands brought Ports of Paradise After you, Alfonse. to Cu judo Club throw rnen for loop Boys of CU, beware-popular demand has brought about the formation of a "women's auxiliary" to the once all-male Iudo Club. The girls have been learn- the fundamentals of judo and jujitsu right along with the boys during the twice-weekly club meetings. The judo Club is instructed by three black belts - Bernd Busch, Michael Haley, and Patrick Haley. Members progress from "white belts," or novices, through the various stages of proficiency symbolized by various colored belts to the "black belts" which denote a mastery of the art of judo. The club is active in an increasing variety of regional competitions with both collegiate and nonfcollegiate clubs, and Bernd Busch again won the Amateur Athletic Union Rocky Mountain Region ludo Championship in Denver this year. The oflicers this year were Michael Haley, presi- dent, Richard Taylor, vice-presidentg Dion Shea, secretary-treasurerg and Edward Rozek, sponsor. First Row: John Fader, Mike Haley, Bernd Busch, Pat Haley, Dila Taylor, Bill Montgomery, jay Kane. Sucoml Row: john Tweto, Haru- masa Ito, Judy Moore, Marla Tuck, Russ Wade, Robert -lurgens, Dion Shea, jim Stewart. Third Row: Ghayth Arrnnnzxzi, Mike Billingsley, Lynn Angell, Cynthia Clnsen, Peter Robbins, Dan Marshall, Tom Becker, lim Force. Row: Charles Buechman, Leo Simon, Tcrvence Fuller, Thomas Fakehawy, Harry Clausen, Moewes, William Elledge. Scconrl Row: Hugh Mclvlillen, Thomas Rugen, Harold Eason, Prince, James Roby, Richard McDaniel, George Eads. Third Row: Tony Brown, David Ether- james Toers, George Buckingham, Dennis Thiringer, Marlin Miles, Niles Flanders, Don Ament. kappa kappa psi proudly blows its own horn dogs and mustard for one hundred bands Kappa Kappa Psi, national honorary fraf ternity for college banclsmen, strives to cultivate a wholesome respect for the band's achievements and activities. Outstanding bandsmen are honored through privilege of membership and are chosen from second-year bandsmen. The men participate in a unique musical group which provides entertainment for special occasions including the Football Banquet. Other campus projects include the joint sponsorship with Tau Beta Sigma of Band Day when over one hundred high school bands visit the campus, and the annual Kappa Kappa Psi Marching Band For- mal. Ofhcers this year were Don Ament, presi- dentg Terry Fuller, vicefpresidentg Charles Buechman, secretaryg George Eads, treasf urerg Hugh McMillen, sponsor. Within the sandstone walls of the Univerf sity of Colorado there are various Ways of pursuing academic excellence and broaden- ing one's horizons other than in the class' rooms. Kenkyu means research or study, and CU,s Kenkyu Club has a primary purpose of ed- ucating its members and members of the University community in various aspects of the Japanese culture. The annual Shinnen- Enka f New Year's festivalj and the Nihonf Matsuri fjapan Festivalj and other cultural exhibits are the Club's main activities. A secondary objective is to create a better understanding between members of the Uni- versity community and the people of the Orient. Qfhcers for the year were Robert Watada, presidentg Ianet Ida, vice-presidentg Joyce Sakaguchi, recording secretaryg Betsy Yaf maka, corresponding secretaryg Ken Ta- gavva, treasurerg Marion Teshima, program chairmang and Joyce Lebra, sponsor. First Row: Elizabeth Yamaka, Carolyn Nishikawa, Susan Kawakami, Nancy Kuwabara, james Kato, Paul Sasa, Janet Ida, Karen Nakamura. Second Row: Brenda Sekiya, Linda Kuroda, Marion Teshima, Kathryn Oka, Richard Sato, Ron Taoka, Rosemary Hishinuma, Joyce Sakaguchi. Third Row: Harry Fujimoro, Ronald Noriyuki, Maryanne Castle, Ken- neth Tagawa, Professor Joyce Lebra, Ray Imatani, Susan Myers, Don Motoyoshi, Robert Watada. Q . R . Q I4 'U u 'P ' f , Q ' ,'. ' i if i "The Music Man," CU,s homecoming musical, gave the members of Qrchesis a chance to display their talents as they actively participated in the dancing, singing, and acting of this production. Working closely with the Theater, Art, and Music Departments, the Orchesis Club plans and presents many entertaining programs for the students. This spring, in connection with the Music Department, they will tour the southern part of the state giving concerts. Each spring the Orchesis Club puts on an annual Orchesis Concert, in which the majority of the choreography is done by the students themselves. Cfiicers include Mary Ann Swartz, presidentg Mary Staton, production manager, Barbara Stalzle, pub- licityg Mrs. Charlotte lrey, Mrs. Marilyn Cohen, and Miss Patricia Eckert, sponsors. First Row: ,Indy Uarbarino, Lee Timm, Carol Klein, Lou Anne Trainor, Penny David, Andrea Margulis, Cheryl Sre- lr-urg, Donna Chazen. Second Row: Mary Staron, Mary Kay l-lyersray, Marcia Danuser, jan Updegraff, Laurie Lof, janet XVilder. Thiul Row: Clyde Jolley, jean Rnbinett, Susan Shellabarger, Cindy Shepherd, Mary Ann Swarm, Barbara Stalzle, Carol Kindell. orchesis- a combination of grace and beaut """""""""""" ""' """""' " " J' "T Y 'V I Y l ,H , . J .,.,..f3.:-.fr-.-.1 , 4: Lvy -.A - 1, .-4:-an-:Agana-.-m!.e3i-f.z'.,L-...- -'-f.. Q - porpoise polishes group swirnrning Stunts The dog done on a diving board. "Back layout, tuck, roll, extend-stroke, to- gether," is the lilting battle cry of Porpoise members. Porpoise Club, the University's synchronized swimming honorary, began the year with fall tryouts and tapping of new members. Spring semester found Porpoise energies directed toward preparation of the annual show - this year based on the theme "Proverbs" In addition to the three- night stand on campus, the show was pre- sented in Colorado Springs and for various private groups. Among its other activities, Porpoise presented a program of synchron- ized swimming to the Cosmopolitan Club. Directing club activities were Sue Romine, president, Linda Boley, vice-president, lean DeMarinis, secretary, Pam Deane, treasurer, Miss Ioan Sanders, sponsor, and the follow- ing committee chairmen: Anne Norris, pub- licityg Karen Kyink, staging, Nancy Reordan, tickets and programs, and Carolyn Crowley, associates. First Row: Pinky Marlow, Pam Everitt, Marcia Phelan, Penny Lutz, lane XViendl, Ann Marlow, Karen Farnsworth, Karen Hyink. Second Row: Janis Yuhas, Barb Bowers, Barb Welsliimer, Nancy Mates, Pat Lind, Bobbye Vinson, Sue james, Cheryl Smith, Laura Stevenson. Third Row: Pamela Cline, Barbara Hauge, Judy Lewis, Pam Buzard, Lana Sparks, Sandra jewerr, Marti Reid, Elena White, Judy Ef- iinger. Frmrtli Row: Sandra Jacobson, Linda Lodholm, Pat Barron, Linda XVise, Dianne Guy. Fifth Row: Linda Bole, Marjorie Reynolds, Linda Larsen, Pamela Cummins. Diving Board: Miss Joan Sanders, sponsor, Carolyn Crowley, Pam- ela Deane, Jean DeMarinis, Linda Boley, Sue Romine. Leadership of any kind is an important re- sponsibility, and the Senior Class Council of CU has shown its obvious capability in meeting the responsibility. Among the many activities made available to seniors through the joint efforts of the senior class and the Senior Class Council include Senior Week functions, senior forums, attended by many influential speakers, senior cocktail parties, and graduation activities. In addition to these varied functions, the Senior Class Council made available to all upper classf men guidance and counselling on matters concerning graduation requirements, and guaranteed priority to seniors at football games. The officers of the Senior Class Council for this year included lim Kearney, president, Bob Curtis, vice-presidentg jane Rademach4 er, secretary, Larry Olsen, treasurer, and Lt. Wolfskill, USN, sponsor. First Row: Sondra Silvernale, Nancy McCormick, Sharon Persky, Linda Noel, Sheila Caron, Beverly Barber, Paula Sparre. Second Row: jim Kearney, julie Vadala, Cynthia McCormick, Betty Kay Thompson, Jane Rademacher, jetty Buchholz, Susan Silver, jiggie Brichner, Steve Campus. Third Row: D. A. Wolfskill, Robert Curtis, Larry Olsen, Frank Gerhardt, Margaret Roath, Ken Hallock, Roger Smith, Frank Tucker, joe Maguire. IH - First Row: Cheryl Worley, Rixie Hayden, Frances Peterson, Patty Creighton, Kathy Dempsey, Kathy Bonham, Suzie Barr, Margie Brown, Judith Braund, Gail Galvani. Second Row: Penny Money, Tracy Irwin, Ann Cookman, Louise Lev, Christine Mueller, Sarah McGrath, Andrea Cookson, Roberta Rubenstein, JoAnn Gardenswartz. Third Row: Guido Ruggiero, Don Palmer, Jim Mattson, Rick Merriam, Fred Hudson, George Koutsoubos, Eric Rose, Dan Kiely. Fourth Row: John Brooks, Richard Zuckerwar, Joseph Schonthal, Lawrence Heller, Steve Moise, Jerry Pifer, John Hurt, Ray Purinton, Paul Nidey. Extensive knowledge of and interest in the workings of CU's student governments are essential requirements for membership in the Sophomore Class Council. For not only do the 55 members inform their classmates of the actions of student government, but they also collect student opinions in order to influence ASUC. All members attended the bi-monthly meet- ings of the Council, where issues confront- ing the Senate, the Ciasandtheuni. sophorhores strive to create hiohe versity as a Whole were reviewed at length. Officers of the Sophomore Class Council in- clude Steve Moise, presidentg Jim Mattson, vice-presidentg Gail Galvani, secretaryg Patty Creighton, treasurerg and Dean of Men Jim Paisley, sponsor. speakers oohgress for themselves Controversy followed Speakers Congress this year at debate and speech tournaments throughout the state, as well as at humorous international debat- focuses OFT CLJI'l'el'l't COF1'tl'OVGYSl9S iHSPf08famSOf1 ' J. ' me , , 4 : Y . i V si - - 2 Q campus. In the area of service the Speakers Congress aided in the sponsorship of the Delta Sigma Rho extem- poraneous and oratory contests. The club also participated in speaking engagements for service organizations of Colorado. Group membership was oriented toward non-speech majors as well as those majoring in the field. lt provided everyone with the opportunity for fun and experience in speak- ing outside the classroom. Ofhcers this year were Jim Mellbye, presi- dentg Virginia Woodhall, secretaryg Carla Warberg, treasurer, R. V. Harnack, sponsor. First Row: Bonnie Bodine, Yvonne Fattor, Carla Warberg, Anne Ahlvers, Roseanne Clark, Natalie Perlmutter. Second Row: Lawrence Mincer, Lois Bursack, Virginia Woodhall, Marjory Bainton, Barbary Diehl, Mary Grumbine, John Pa- cilio, Beverly Clarke. Third Row: Richard Tisdel, Jim Mell- bye, Thomas Buckley, Don Kopp, Sergio Sanabria, Edward Volpe, David Korts, Victor Harnack, James Pierce. C I 8 Broken skis, broken legs, and broken hearts characterize the past year for the University of Colorado Skiing. Despite the late arrival of snow, there was still much enthusiasm in the new improved program which is a com- bination of the Buff Ski Club and CU Rac- ing Club. The change increased the benefits offered by the two clubs, and membership increased throughout the year. Snow finally arrived, and skiing was in full swing with a trip to Aspen, the first annual Vail trip, and many Weekends of fun skiing in surrounding areas. The CU Racing Club initiated a racing prof gram for club members at Lake Eldora. Many timed starts through competitive courses added to the sharpness and tone of the skiers who raced in the SRMSA-sanc- tioned events throughout the year. Buff Ski Club officers were Charlie Platt, president, Dave McAdoo, vice-presidentg Jan Waples, secretaryg and Kathy Griffiths, treasurer. Oflicers of the CU Racing Club were Dick Ireland, presidentg Mary Mar' shall, vice-presidentg and Judy Dercum, sec' retary. Faculty sponsors were Robert Mc- Kean and Roy Craig. nw -6 ,o.4e,.a First Row: Carolyn Wliirc, Sally Wnnstliwrp, Alden Hanson, Mary lvlarshnll, Barlwara Adair. Sccrnul Row: Helen Nvhit- l7CClf1 Dave McALloo, Tom Moore, Richard Ireland, Julie .lol1nson, Kathy Urillirhs. Tllirrl Row: Charlie Platt, John Whithzck, Roy Craig, David Keller, Fred Hunger. another snowy year rrielts away for cu skiing group t -lgg--li AUC-!V,Q,l?l11C6 ' Q ' ogulMash2 gun club stresses 3 ss. not a farewell to arrns irst Row: ,lames Burns, Dan Kiely, Jack Weaver, Charles ettle, Tom Charbonnel, lan Buclcstein, Bruce Edwards, mes Kato. Second Row: ,lohn Baker, Paul Kopecky, Ron leek, Verlin Rockey, John Andrews, john Hurt, Bruce oster, Richard Hodge, Ron Wahlmeier. ounded over two centuries ago for the pro- ction of Christianity, DeMolay, not a re- gious organization, today attempts to or- anize a fraternal order which preserves the p and philanthropy of early Chris- who have received the Degree of Chev- in DeMolay may help strengthen their by providing assistance in in- degrees and installing officers. The of the CU Court of Chevalier in this way in and around Boulder. members also plan a day in the ,spring DeMolay boys who are planning to to CU can view college life. L fhcers this year were Ron Wahlmeier, pres- ent, Charles Settle, vice-presidentg Thomas harbonnel, secretary, Paul Kopecky, spon- r. If there were a greater stress on shooting, safety, and sportsmanship, there would cer- tainly be fewer accidents caused by guns. The CU Rifle and Pistol Club recognizes this problem, and therefore stresses and pro- motes interest in these three "S's." Classes, which met on Friday evenings, were instructed by nationally accredited instruct- ors and were concerned with the handling of Hrearms and loading of ammunition as well as the actual shooting. Members and their guests took advantage of the club's weapons, range, and reloading equipment. Rifle and pistol matches were held among club members for marksmanship, with tro- phies and medals awarded to high scorers. Pistol matches with the Air Force Academy and other colleges were also conducted. Cfiicers were Neal Paul Fisk, presidentg Ronald Swain, vice-president, Karen Taylor, secretary-treasurer, and Walley Weers, spon- sor. First Row: Neal Fisk, Carol Gibbs, Kiki Taylor, Helen Crosby, Ron Swain. Second Row: l. W. Sandford, Richard Van Dusen, Harold Eason, Bob Vineard, Denis Allen, Tim Hirabayashi, Robert Withington, lr. cu court of chevaliers preserves ancient goals university Choir welcomes the seasons with a Song Heralding the coming of Christmas to CU's campus each year is only one of the many various functions of the University Choir. Under the direction of Deral I. Johnson, the 75 voice choir, besides holding their tradi- tional Christmas concert in Macky, also gave concerts throughout the state, present- ing works of music ranging from the Renaisf sauce to the present. Completing an impresf sive year were the Spring performance in Macky and the annual Spring Tour. Choir officers this year were William Lee, president, and Carol Livingston, secretary- treasurer. I a S.. - I First Row: Martha Coffin, Pat Starlcebaum, Joy Werrz, Lynne Fonmnier, Mndnlynn Coe, Beve Boyd, Janice Bertrand, Anne Woolley, Pat West', Deral johnson. Second Row: Mary McCro Linda Wing, janet Lehsock, Margie Scheuhle, lan Galey, lucly Cornwall, ,Iosephine Mar Third Row: Doug Tashiro, Marshall Roclenberg, Vfallzice Hamilton, George Kitely, joe Eng Keith Watson, Vernon Olivier, john Pahls. Fourth Row: Par Palmer, Henry Ames, Don Wagn Roger Fenton, Mike Popvich, Otley Mitchell, Keith Watsoii, Dennis Evans. ui , , Q i lt A' O lx 5 y Q 1 Q 2 V fr, I ' I ' V . ' L L ' 'C' 3 it w i f, V F.. . rj L 4 I ' ,S s J . El' 1 2-5 - ' ,, 'l F ' ' P ' 'N 41 N fa -x 1 C 'af . , H : First Row: Elizabeth Moschetti, Connie Simmons, Penny Taylor, Carol Lutes, Leslie Shenefelt, Sarah Nesbit, Janet Sanderson, Judy Cochran. Second Row: Carol Killian, Sharon Connelly, Patti Works, Carol Livingston, Carol Thurman, Jill Rush, Sylvia Hanna, Jan Camp, Carol Amesse. Third Row: Mal Brinker, Tom Woodrum, Wayne De Vries, Michael Piburn, Jim Marean, William Lee, John Goodman. Fourth Row: Sherwood Anderson, Milton Knutson, Jim Anderson, Phil Volk, Bill Bliss, Leonard Fanonello, Darrell Heil, Bruce Carnes, Hart Murray. orrieifs glee club has gift for the world 'For cloth not song to the Whole World bef ong?" Song may belong to the World, but it riginates in the spirited Voices of the Wom- n's Glee Club. These college singers present lassical, religious, and folk music. They lso include Negro spirituals and foreign avorites in their repertoire. uring its Spring Tour, the group per- ormed for mental hospitals, the State Pen- entiary, and high schools along the way. ong leaders were Maria Douvas, president, atherine Willis, secretaryg and Dr. Sally , sponsor. Row: Nancy Boscoe, Margaret King, Betsy Holaday, Ann Arms, Hallie Karas, Joan Tjornhom, Margo Dun- Diane Harmon, ,Rosemary Taylor. Second Row: Karyl Hastings, Deanna Jo King, Judy Lantz, Patty Castles, Colson, Denise Dawson, Margery Blanc, Ingrid Peterson. Abbott, Katherine Willis, Ellen Bloom. Third Row: Masters, Claudette Earl, Margret Casey, Laura Lynn Skinner, Kathy Dempsey, Vicky Stoen, Ann Bothe, Nancy Smith, Lois Moll, Shannon Pat' Karyn Paulson. Fourth Row: Maria Douvas, Kathryn Julie Postma, Barbara Kennedy, Debbi Robertson, Dottie Crandell, Lucille Klooz, Carol Ort- Margie Blackford, Sherry Novak, Elaura Jaquette, iw .Qi I O 'vu ,. -A., ch: x y - li , .,.'f't"'f'5'-QQ, K . , his Q 3 , . ' u ' . 1 : , 1 ' A ' 0 s . v v 4 , 9" . . Q Q Q. n ..' - - . .Q 1 I Wfimcr joe Bearer and Snow Queen Terry Hanscll. 'gf 19:- 32. J' - N I W E 0 ! v 'R I X: If A 'V W, bg 15. . 1 -J., ' ' SQ Q "1 . ' 'x gl sham 'km' 7- g ' l .ci YL- -fi f 4. , ,ggi-N "FW ' " 'NS ,1"TffFf7X' f -?A'i'i'- J. P' Fin AU . . .-1 J f"-I-' , 1.55135 ,V , . ,-,,,. t. L t ,. ,, .. 1,- L , gf, gs f" 5 W' L A I5 W' u, :F 5 1 F Q-M Tw: U QW", I l vw cooperates - winter carnival snows Campus 7 Icemen carry cool queens. , 1, , M The spark that got Winter Carnival off the ground. I Q o....s o Ll' H, W Abominable snowman 4 'fu . 'Y if NIJ ,':. i ,fv xr Y V 3 . P, j,.,.,,f,- . 'Q' . .al 1 1, . ,I if . f-. gf If , X , , , - . r- - EQ" , e va' 2 ff jk X 7 ,v 20 ' 1 n H A, rl xl Q , , 'Q '1 ggi, -, , si vga 'H , w 5-32 3.5451 e e ,-fm.gv'w,-,-'51 m A5 , 3 . 5 Q1 5 . Q 5 A A Q ea e IW Q- 'T mf . 'li-"1 L, 'fire 'F QQ - ii ,Y ' .Y 'iii 446 What do you think about merging with YMCA? ywoa broadens its horizons with projects in boulder and Only the girls of the YWCA would thin of bettering studentffaculty relationt through meeting in dimly lit living rooms Through the Y Council, representative informed CU students of their opportun ity to talk informally with their instruc tors at faculty Hresides. Cther campu activities included Freshman Camp, In ternational Fair, and a Senior Retreat a the Harvest House. The "Y" also planne a Southern Study Tour to Birmingham Alabama, designed to give students th opportunity to study Southern racia problems. The YWCA proved itself a great help t the community in its services to the Mes Vista Home for tubercular Indian chil dren and its assistance at the Boulder Da Nursery. In addition, the "Y" provide leadership for Girl Scout and Campflr Troops throughout the city. Qfiicers this year were Kathy Stephens president, Sandra Schueler and Lorn Cvrigg, vicefpresidentsg and Ebie Wash ington, secretaryftreasurer. birrriirigharri First Row: Lorna Grigg, Kathy Dempsey, Kay Cochran Ann Ruttum, Jessie Gwynne. Second Row: Judith Skin ner, Betty Thompson, Pam Everitt, Karen Thomas Kathy Stephens, Judy Heeren, Jeanie Pustmueller. 7 '-2337 athletics acceptable safety valve li Row: Mary Lynn Mitchell, Ruthie Patterson, Janie Metzger. Second Row: Ian Cady, Miss Tur- Ginny Harris. Not Pictured: Linda Miller, Linda Quan. wra corn bats unsightly cc - ed spread Women with an interest in some sport other than that of playing touch and go with the men on campus make up the membership of the Women's Recreation Association. Intramural sports included were basketball, volleyball, archery, bad- minton, tennis, and softball in competi- tive tournaments between sorority, dorm, and independent teams. WRA also spon- sored competitive swimming and gymnas- tics meets. Sportswomen of WRA parf ticipated in sportsdays which were held at various places in the Rocky Mountain Region. Heading this year's sports activities were Ginny Harris, president, Mary Lynn Mitchell, publicity chairman, and Miss Eula Turner, sponsor. First Row: Lynn Hafstrom, Kathie Emrich, Suzie Joanne Cottrell, Sharon Gatewootl, Jacqueline Cindy Telep, Mary Ellen W:iltex's. Second Row: Kinclig, Terry Walttwn, Robert White, M. S. Lund, Colton Babcock, David Bartini, Ron Merriman. Row: Robert Fagaly, Robert Schedvin, Mike South, T Turner, Ralph Axsom, Monty Mathias. young republicans recognized as potent force As membership rose to over a hundred year, the Young Republican Club he the largest political organization on For the first time, the club was recognized by the state Young Rel and officers gained a voting position on Young Republican executive board. The subject of greatest interest to CUYR this year was potential Republican preside tial nominees. The club attended a lunc eon with state legislators and talked Governor Love about the tuition Speakers at the monthly meetings State Young Republican Chairman Funk, Boulder County Central VicefChairman Kay Johnson, for President Committee Chairman Dabis, and Draft Goldwater John Farr. SENIORS nm gr , LJ -, X. Ig 'gf Q .I- '.' if 1 'pll' MF -' ,gtk , I. .. If . .U ,". .. By, . ""q - . 1 .- . , . ' 'lu' aw. :whs- M .Rah ,, gf" 'fa .' 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Q' Nu . ,, .. ,- P6 . , , 11- L- ul-.'-i.'z-i5.L..1 . .652 11' , " .lil .ff ' .M IEYMEWN 1' Q5 commencement cz beginning -1 4'-Q.--.....agn3,,,.. M,- ' .A--.:---F --.' Y. . - A-'V-1 1.1 "- ..,- 4, - ,, ,. i-5, M, .. -. p ' ' J k 'T ' ' T-.. , 4.'2"."' J , ' H. T, - Q 0 A A nv ,ji- RONV ONE-Acctirdi, LtLi't'rnu Bernice: Arvada, Colo: Education: Kappa Delta Pi. Ache, W'ct1'ru1t Fmitl-clin: Colorado Springs, Colo: Business, Engineering: Acacia, rush chrmn: Budget Comm: NSO: Hammers: IFC. Admits, Myrna Claire: Colorado Springs, Colo: Arts and Sciences: NSO: Resident Advisor. RONV TXVO-Adams, Ronald Tracy: Laltewood, Colo: Arts and Sci- ences: Alpha Chi Sigma. Atltmix, Sally Lott: Grand lunction, Colo: Education: AXVS Rep: Dorm Pres: Chi Omega, rush chrmn, pets chrmn: Castle Belles. Aden, Mike G. A.: Del Norte, Colo: Arts and Sciences: Lamhda Chi Alpha, pres: Three Year Masters Degree Program: lFC, scholarship chrmn: Sahres-Blue Key, vice-pres: lvlen's Olee Cluh: Campus Chest: lvien's lvlarching Band: Concert Band. ROW Tl'lREE-Adkins, Susan: Denver, Colo: Arts and Sciences: Young Democrats: Players Cluh. Acrsiin, Franklyn Ci. P.: San Fer- nando, Trinidad: Engineering: Alpha Chi Sigma: AES: Tau Beta Pi: Sigma Tau: Newman Cluh: "Transit," ecl: Fencing Clulw: AlChe. Agmn, Allen Daifitl: Kansas City, Mo: Business: Alpha Kappa Psi. ROW FOUR-Allen, Ktttlilecng Denver, Colo: Arts and Sciences: Resident Aclvisor: Newman Cluh: Buff Slti Cluh. Alrlien, Gary Lyn: Wlieat Ridge, Colo: Arts and Sciences: Honors Program: Colorado Daily, reporter, wire ed, news cd, city ed, assoc. etl, ed. Ament, Don- ald Drmtglzts: Brooiniielel Heights, Colo: Engineering: Kappa Kappa Psi, pres: Half-time Comm: jazz Ensemhle: Slide Rule Follies: ASME: AES: Bands, lvlarching, Symphonic, Little Concert. RONV FIVE- Andersen, Karen: River Forest, lll: Education: 'Por- poise: Silver and Cold: New Conservative: Kappa Alpha Theta, house mgr. Andt'rsui1, Wfilliitrn D.: Colorado Springs, Colo: Engineer- ing, Business: Sigma Chi. Antlurson, Doitglas Robert: Greeley, Colo: Business: Alpha Kappa Psi, pres: Beta Gamma Sigma, pres: Beta Alpha Psi, tres: Delta Tau Delta: Sahtes: Phi Epsilon Phi: Buffoons: Silver and Gold. RONV SIX-Anderson, Eric Christian: Santa Barhara, Calif: Arts and Sciences: Silver and Gold, pres: Hammers: NSO: l-'lonors Day, co-chrmn: Buff Ski Cluh: Westerti Parachute Cluln: Delta Tau Delta. Anderson, Karan K.: Boulder, Colo: Education. Antlcrsori, Karol Leu: Orlando, Fla: Arts and Sciences: Transfer from American University' Festival Choir: Psi Chi, secy. ROW SEVEN-Andcrsrm, Katlwryn Salter: Modesto, Calif: Educa tion: Resident Advisor: Boarding House, pres: lrlomecoming Attend ant. Anderson, Kmmuili Arnold: Englewood, Colo: Business: CU- AMA: Student Advisor. Amlt-rson, Lonnie Jean: Orinda, Calif: Arts and Sciences: Pompon Girl: Coloradan Queen: Anp.iel's Flight: Silver and Gold, social chrmn: Bufl' Ski Club: Delta Delta Delta. ROW ONE-Anderson, Margaret Susan, South Bend, Ind, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi, secy, International Fair, Dorm Rep, AWS Revue, Freshman Show, programs, Homecoming, royalty. Anderson, Sherwood Harold, Longmont, Colo, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, ritualist, Wesley Foundation, pres, University Choir, Young Republicans, AIAA, People-to-People. Andrews, Joan Mae, Fort Myers, Fla, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, AWS Revue, C Book, co-ed, Miss CU Finalist, UN Week, Tau Delta. ROW TWO-Armstrong, James Daniel, Greeley, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Russian Club, Choir, Alpha Phi Omega, pres, United Christian Fellowship. Ascher, Michael S., Freeport, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Chi Psi, secy, intramurals chrmn, Alpha Epsilon Delta, CU Racing Club, Canterbury Club, Young Republicans. Atkinson, John Turner, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, University Choir, Lambda Chi Alpha, tres, scholarship chrmn, UN Week, Budget Comm, Campus Chest, Intramurals. ROW THREE-Auer, Carole Ann, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, tres, asst rush chrmn, homecoming dec chrmn, Campus Chest, publicity chrmn, Coloradan, residence ed, Freshman Camp, AWS Revue, CU Days Songfest, Buff Ski Club. Axsom, K. Ralph, Littleton, Colo, Arts and Sciences, UN Week, cofchrmn, comm chrmn, gen comm, Pacific Model UN Delegate, 1963, Young Republican Club, pres, International Relations Club, pres, Interna- tional Affairs Commission, Pi Sigma Alpha, Senior Class Council, Speaker's Congress. Baccus, Clinton Warren, Haskell, Texas, Business. ROW FOUR-Backus, Terrjy Wayne, Elgin, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma, Men's Physical Education Club. Badgett, James Frank- lin, Port Arthur, Texas, Engineering, AIAA, Buff Flying Club, secy, acting pres, TrifC. Bahan, Robert Paul, Alberta, Canada, Arts and Sciences, Varsity Golf. ROW FIVE-Bailey, Byron Wright, Jr., Santa Barbara, Calif, Arts Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, act chrmn, scholarship chrmn, corres secy, tres, Campus Chest, Young Republicans, COGS. Bailey, David Tiffany, Littleton, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi, vice-pres, secy, Varsity Swimming, team captain, Alpha Chi Sigma. Bailey, John Martin, Elk River, Minn, Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, CU Racing Club, ASME. ROW SIX-Bajari, James Richard, Minneapolis, Minn, Education, Ski Team, CU Racing Club, Gymnastics Team, Intramurals, Buff Ski Club. Baker, John D., Center, Colo, Engineering, AES, ASCE, tres, Court of Chevaliers. Baker, Marilyn McGee, Monte Vista, Colo, Business, Concert Band, Silver and Cvold. ROW SEVEN-Ballah, Arthur Blaine, Englewood, Colo, Business, Alpha Kappa Psi, Buif Flying Club. Ballas, Bill John, Pueblo, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Bank, Kent Mads, Excelsior, Minn, Business, Chi Psi, pres, secy, Alpha Delta Sigma, vice-pres, CUAMA, Scabbard and Blade, SAME, IFC. rpses on the university campus , hs. ' - aff ROW ONE-Banwell, James Godfrey, St Cloud, Minn,"Engineering, Busi- ness, Alpha Phi Omega, Sigma Tau, Wesley Foundation, IEEE. Banzhaf, Wib liam Henry, Milwaukee, Wis, Arts and Sciences, Chi Psi, pledge trainer, secy, pres, Young Republicans. Barber, Beverly Scott, Salt Lake City, Utah, Educa- tion, Rally Comm, Program Comm, College Bowl, SCEA Senior Class Council, off-campus rep. Barnes, Douglas F., Colorado Springs, Colo, Business, Intra- murals. Barr, Patricia Jane, Littleton, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Barrett, Margaret Dianne, Colorado Springs, Colo, Business, Buff Ski Club, CUAMA, AWS Rep. Barrows, Robert Ray, Steamboat Springs, Colo, Business, Freshman Track, CUAMA. Bartholomew, Leon Paul, Denver, Colo, Business, Delta Sigma Pi, Beta Alpha Psi, Colorado Daily, business mgr. ROW TWO - Bartlett, Joan, Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Basye, Carol Frances, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Campus Chest, publicity, Rally Comm, Delta Gamma, Panhellenic, rush comm, German Language House. Bath, James Stewart, Fort Morgan, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Batten, Maureen Shana, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Hillel Foundation, Homecoming, Alumni Comm, Hawaiian Club, AWS Court Clerk, Artist Series Usher. Baxter, Howard Lawson, Wyandotte, Mich, Arts and Sciences, AED, Pi Sigma, Alpha Tau Omega, vice-pres. Bean, Geraldine Bowles, Fort Morgan, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Becker, Judith L., Brush, Colo, Arts and Sciences, AES, SWE, ASME, Colorado Engineer, Artist. Becker, Richard Donald, Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Academic Advising Asst, Phi Epsilon Phi, pres, Sabres, Star and Sextant. ROW THREE-Beckjield, Jack Emmet, Englewood, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Dorm, social chrmn, pres, ASCE, Intramurals. Beckwith, Barbara G., Mor- ris, lll, Music, SPUR, Sigma Alpha Iota, Program Comm, secy, Women's Glee Club, Modern Choir, Dorm, vice-pres, Homecoming Comm, Delta Gamma. Beckwith, William R., Auburn, NY, Arts and Sciences, Freshman Camp, Soph- omore Class, vice pres, Campus Chest, Buff Ski Club, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Homecoming, CU Days. Beerer, Joseph Gable, Palos Verdes Ests, Calif, En- gineering, Silvet and Gold, Phi Epsilon Phi, Hammers, pres, Sumalia, Sabres Blue Key, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Pi Tau Sigma, Superior Student Program, Phi Kappa Tau, pledge trainer. Beers, Radene, Durango, Colo, Arts and Sci- ences, AWS Rep, Transfer from Mills College. Bell, Michael Bernard, Kansas City, Mo, Arts and Sciences, Homecoming, finance comm, CU Days. Bell, Richard T., Colorado Springs, Colo, Business, Silver and Gold, CU Days, Tau Kappa Epsilon, historian, COGS. Bender, Ralph H., Wellington, Colo, Arts and Sciences. . 'rl' N seniors leave positions as bench-warrners ROW ONE-Bennett, .loan Terry, Denver, Colo, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma, pledge class pres, Buff Ski Club, publ chrmn, junior Panhellenic, rush comm. Bennett, Judith Kay, Ganon4City, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Folksong Club. Benson, Bruce Dewey, Boulder, Colo, Artsand Sciences, Transfer from Cornell University, Ithica, NY, Delta Kappa Epsilon, pres, vice-pres, IFC, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, news letter ed. ROW TWO-Benz, Janice Delia, Pueblo, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Berdy, Christian S., Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Chessrnen, vicefpres, Newman Club, MRHA. Berg, Thomas Elliott, Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and'Sciences, Phi Sigma Delta, vice-pres, secy, UN Week, gen co-chrmn, debates chrmn, CU Days Songfest Chrmn, Hillel, tres, Campus United Jewish Appeal Drive, chrmn. ROW THREE-Berlcey, Harvey M., Ronkers, NY, Business, IFC, Buff Ski Club, Decathelon, Intramurals, Silver and Gold, Phi Sigma Delta, intramural chrmn. Betry, Lurenda Louise, Pueblo, Colo, Education, SCEA. Bevis, Donald M., Indianapolis, Ind, Business, Delta Tau Delta, CUAMA, The Blotter. ROW FOUR-Bickel, Lane Clayton, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Business, Varsity Golf, Lambda Chi Alpha, pledge trainer, athletic chrmn. Bicltel, Ruthann, Rochester, Minn, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, AWS rep, pledge trainer, pres, Coloradan, administra- tion ed, greek ed, AWS Songfest, AWS House of Representatives, secy, Dorm AWS Representative, Silver and Gold, Orchestra, Artist Series Usher, Panhellenic. Bishop, Kathie Dianne, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, marshal AWS Song- fest, AWS Revue, Re-Buff Fall Fair Miss, Young Republicans. ROW FIVE-Bishop, Linda Sue, Des Moines, Iowa, Education, Chi Omega, pledge trainer, soc chrmn, Potpoise, Rally Comm, secy, University Choir, Spirit and Morale Comm. Bitter, ,ludy Lane, Quincy, Ill, Arts and Sciences, AWS Revue, stage crew, AWS Songfest, Coloradan, asst copy ed, index ed, receptionist, Delta Delta Delta, vicefpres, corres secy, Silver and Gold. Blackwelaler, Ron F., Brighton, Colo, Engineering, prod mgr, AIAA, vice-pres, Sigma Tau, Bull Flying Club. ROW SIX-Blaine, Linda Sue, Forth Worth, Texas, Arts and Sciences, ASUC Health and Welfare Comm, chrmn, UMC Board Secy, NSO, Delta Gamma. Blakeley, Iames Riley, Williamsville, NY, Arts and Sciences, Spanish Club, Rally Comm, Tau Kappa Epsilon, secy, historian, soc chrmn. Blohm, Anne Mildred, Cincinnati, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Homecoming, chrmn, dance comm, People-to-People, secy, summer coordinator, student ambassador chrmn, Buff Ski Club. and join varsity for the big garrie , ff-"N . I ,.-J' ROW ONE-Bloom, Marjorie Ann, Colorado Springs, Colo, Educa- tion, Dorm Officer, Homecoming Comm, CU Days Comm, Silver and Gold, Buff Ski Club, Kappa Kappa Gamma, corres secy, AWS Revue. Bodman, lean Whittlesey, Winchester, Mass, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi, pledge class pres, secy, Buff Ski Club Gazette, ed, Campus Chest. Boggs, Don Stephen, Grand junction, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Wesley Foundation. Boggs, Gerald Williani, Steamboat Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Conservative Club. ROW TWO-Bograd, Gerald David, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sci- ences, Freshman Track, Rally Comm, Cosmo Club, Phi Sigma athletic chrmn, Homecoming, Student Advising. Bogren, Keith ton, Colorado Springs, Colo, Pharmacy, Acacia, APhA Chapter, vice-pres. Bohdan, lhor, Denver, Colo, Engineering, Pi T Sigma. Bohan, ,lane Arm, Akron, Ohio, Education. ROW THREE-Boston, lon Richard, Canon City, Colo, Arts Sciences. Bourlarul, Peter Mitchel, Peoria, Ill, Arts and Alpha Tau Omega, pres, IFC, judiciary comm, SOSL, chrmn man Camp, counselor, Pi Sigma Alpha, Sabres-Blue Key, Bower, Miriam N., Pittsburgh, Pa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Theta, standards chrmn, rec secy, AWS Rep, Pi Alpha Coloradan, International Fair, finance chrmn, Campus Days. Boyd, Charles, Borger, Texas, Architecture, SPADS, Sigma, pledge trainer, AIAS, vice-pres. ROW FOUR-Boydston, Nancy Diane, Decatur, T Arts Sciences. Boyer, Anna Marie, Arvada, Colo, Education, Advisor, Resident Advisor. Boyle, Jim Pierce, Denver, Colo, Arts Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha, UMC Honors and Traditions Conservative Club, Young Democrats, judo Club. Bradley, Allyce, Lakewood, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, pon Girl Alternate, Alpha Phi, AWS Rep, Campus Chest, A Revue, Festival Chorus. ROW FIVE-Bradshaw, Douglas Arthur, Brattleboro, Vt, Arts Sciences, Chi Psi, secy, vice-pres, pres, IFC. Brams, Richard Shawnee Mission, Kan, Business. Brandon, Gail Laine, Tenn, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi, International Cosmo Club, College Bowl. Brase, Charles Henry, Brighton, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Pi Sigma. ROW SIX-Bratlien, Maynard I., Zahl, ND, Arts and Breckenridge, Gail, Greenwich, Conn, Arts and Sciences, Advisor, Freshman Camp Counselor, Young Democrats, Buff Club, Delta Delta Delta, AWS Hearing Comm, NSO Leader. Paul Robert, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Ski Club, Briclcley, Lyndell Troy, Dove Creek, Colo, Arts and Sciences. ROW SEVEN-Brickner, Iacqueline Louise, Honolulu, Business, Senior Council, WRA Sports I-lead, Alpha Phi, act asst rush chrmn, dir AWS skit, asst pledge trainer, AWS program comm, Tennis Team, CUAMA. Brockob, Robert D Grange, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Intramurals, Instrumental Psi Chi. Broderick, Lawrence Stephen, Englewood, Colo, University Band, Orchestra, Jazz Band, University jazz Festival Chorus, Phi Mu Alpha, Sinfonia, exec alumni secy. derick, Ronald Dale, Englewood, Colo, Engineering, Silver and Engineer's Day Committee, Westminister Fellowship, IEEE. athletics on the green of a pool table or football field X A 'x ,I .. ROW ONE-Bromberg, Marilyn Edith, Albuquerque, NM, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau, house mgr, Panhellenic, rep, pledge trainer chrmn, ASUC Program Comm, lecture and debate chrmn, NSO Group Leader, Silver and Gold. Brougham, Geoffrey Brian, Sterling, Colo, Business. Brown, Catherine Elizabeth, Delta, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Dorm Wing, scholarship chrmn, pres, Westminster Fellowship, pres, secy, Alpha Delta Pi, vice-pres, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, SPUR, Hesperia, Panhellenic, Mortar Board, vice-pres. Brown, Charles Dwayne, Santa Barbara, Calif, Pharmacy, American Pharmaceutical Assoc, pres, Phi Delta Chi, School of Pharmacy, senior class pres, Delta Tau, AMS. Brown, Marlene Louise, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, house mgr. Brown, Ronald Norton, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Varsity Baseball, Phi Sigma Delta, pledge trainer, Homecoming, Silver and Gold, Physical Ed Majors Club. Brown, Safari Catherine, Oklahoma City, Okla, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi, AWS Recorder, Cosmo Club, Campus Chest. ROW TWO- Bruce, John Frederick, Haxtun, Colo, Business, Men's Marching Band, Symphonic Band, CUAMA, Blotter, staff, Campus Crusade for Christ. Bmen, Mary E., Longmont, Colo, Education, YWCA Council, Dormitory Council, Dormitory Hearing Board, MRHA, cotres secy, SCEA. Bucher, liilian Robert, Krernmling, Colo, Business. Bncliliolz, Duane Dean, Greeley, Colo, En- gineering, AES, ASCE, tres, University Lutheran Assembly, vice-pres, trustee. Buchliolz, ,leannette Marie, Denver, Colo, Education, Silver and Gold, AWS Revue, AWS Songfest, secy, Live Music UMC, secy, Dorm Wing Officer, Senior Class Council, Alpha Phi, house mgr. Buck, Gaylord B., III, Englewood, Colo, Engineering. Buggel, Gebhard, Plainfield, Nj, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, Cosmo Club, Soccer Club. 9 ROW ONE-Bullington, Mary Virginiag Wichita Falls, Texasg Arts and Sci- Qi -if QP" encesg ASUC Rally Commg Boarding House, presg Buff Ski Clubg International Relations Club. ROW TWO-Burge, John. Rolzertg Dugway, Utahg Arts and Sciencesg Pi Kappa Alphag Freshman Baseballg Silver and Gold. ROW THREE-Burick, Betty Anng Pueblo, Colog Eclucationg Kappa Delta Pig CEAg NEAg Newman Clubg International Fairg Libby 3.2 Clubg Epsilon Chi. ROW FOUR-Burnham, Richard Eclwardg Colorado Springs, Colog Arts and Sciencesg lntramuralsg Campus Chestg Newman Clubg Experimental Cinema. ROW FIVE-Bums, Richard Olifuerg Menlo Park, Califg Businessg Phi Delta Thetag Alpha Kappa Psig Hammersg Varsity Track, NCAA finalist. ROW SIX-Burr, Lumang Bloomington, Illg Arts ancl Sciencesg Men's Glee Club. ROW SEVEN-Busch, Karen Fmncesg Denver, Colog Arts and Sciencesg Kappa Delta, social chrmng Rally Comm. senior Class president.. OW ONE Byg Roger Kalskett' Aurora Colo' Busi- ess Cahalane Margaret Elizabeth' Clarksville NY' rts and Sciences' Valkyrie vice-pres' Interfaith Coun il International Fair' Channing Murry. Caldwell Elvin Jr Denver Colo' Education. Calza Theresa Marie' alsenburg Colo' Arts and Scienes' Calico and Boots' osmo Club Festival Chorus' Libby Honor Wing. amerlo Marilynn Kay' Florence Colo' Arts and Sci- nces Alpha Delta Pi guard' Coloradan sales staff' ewman Club Cosmo Club' International Fair. OW TWO Campbell Douglas Delano' Colorado prings Colo Arts and Sciences' Delta Sigma Phi house gr Intramurals ,Campus Steve l.' Brooklyn NY' Arts nd Sciences New Student Orientation Comm' Senior ouncil Senior Week chrmn' Bowling Team. Canatsey ina Louise Denver Colo' Arts 'ind Sciences' Alpha micron P1 pres Panhellenic' Campus Chest' YWCA' nternational Fair' Homecoming' Womens Glee Club' uff Ski Club Cannon Susan E.' Palisade Colo' Arts nd Sciences WRA tres' PEMM Club pres' Sportsday eams field hockey basketball softball. Capps Wallace rthur Jr Arvada Colo' Engineering' Tau Beta Pi' Eta appa Nu IEEE AES' Baker Hall soc chrmn' Delta hi Slide Rule Follies' Feedback co-editor. OW THREE Capra Alan Anthony' Denver Colo' ngineering IEEE' Buff Ski Club. Carlson Edwin Frank' raser, Colo Engineering' IAS chrmn' ARS pres' AES ontrol bd AIAA' Deans Council' Slide Rule Follies kit chrmn Callco and Boots. Carmean Lance Rice' ongmont Colo Arts and Sciences' Court of Chevaliers' isciplinary Comm' Marching Band. Carnahan Janice ouise Compton Ill' Arts and Sciences' Coloradan oyalty sec Chi Omega house mgr' Panhellenic' Pro- ram Comm publicity chrmn' PEMM Club pres' CU omens Sports Day badminton volleyball softball asketball Carney William Shaber' Yerington Nevg rts and Sciences' Phi Sigma Delta' Homecoming' orld Affairs Conference' CU Gun and Rifle Club' merican Fri nds Service Comm' Intramurals. OW FOUR Carpenter Lucy Jeanette' Boulder Colo' ducation SCEA' Resident Advisor' AWS Hearing omm Student Discipline Comm. Carper Robert Lee' oveland Colo Architecture' Delta Phi Delta' AIA tudent chapter Cascio Libby Ann' Pueblo Colo' Busi- olorado Daily Casten Thomas Richard' Windsor olo Arts and Sciences' Freshman Class Pres' Silver nd Gold vice pres' Acacia' Phi Epsilon Phi' Hammers' abres NSA Convention rep' NSA Regional Presg oloradan sales mgr. Caswell Sandra Jean' Boulder olo Arts and Sciences' New Conservative art ed artoonist staff writer' Conservative Club' Delta Phi elta Conference on World Affairs co-chrmn' Colorado aily reporter Canterbury Club' Buff Ski Club' Fresh- an Orientation, group leader' Pajama Game. OW FIVE Cattermole George Reid' Denver Colo' tts and Sciences' Transfer from Univ of Santa Clara' ntramurals Varsity Baseball' C Club' Phi Gamma elta Buff Ski Club' Rodeo Club. Caughran Sandra ay Dallas Texas' Arts and Sciences' Gamma Phi Beta cholarship chrmn' Dorm Council' Buff Ski Club' Alpha appa Delta International Fair. Cawlfield Sarah Kiser' tamford Conn Arts and Sciences' CU Riders' Slide ule Follies Queen Attendant Military Ball' Womens lee Club Wesley Foundation' Freshman Camp. Cham- erlln James Lewis' Seattle Wash' Arts and Sciences' hi PS1 Chapin Barbara Ann' Wilbraham Mass' Arts nd Sciences Panhellenic' Alpha Phi rec secy. OW SIX Chessmar Judith Elizabeth' Pueblo Colo' tts and Sciences' Buff Ski Club. Chetelat James enry Pueblo Colo' Engineering' AES' IEEE' Eta appa Nu Tau Beta Pi' Slide Rule Follies. Chotivacs harles Julius Pueblo Colo' Arts and Sciences' hemistry Club pres' Star and Sextant secy' Scabbard nd Blade, vice pres' Delta Sigma Rho' Alpha Epsilon elta Speakers Congress' University Debate Team. hristman Helen R.' Boulder Colo' Arts and Sciences' oloradan admin section ed' Delta Delta Delta' Honors rogram Claassen Clayton Baxter J.' Honolulu awau Engineering' Varsity Swimming' Phi Gamma elta ASCE AES. OW SEVEN Clark Catherine Frances' South Bend d Arts and Sciences' AWS Representative' Club First ighter pub comm' Young Republicans' AWS Song- st AWS Revue. Clark .lean Ann Willis' Abilene ansas Arts and Sciences' AWS Songfest' Colorado ngmeer secy Clark John Robert' Wichita Kan' E - neering Phi Kappa Tau tres school chrmn' ASCEQ uff Ski Club vice-pres pub chrmn inst. 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Clough, Barry Ralph, Omaha, Nebr, Engineering, Business, Delta Tau Delta, tres, Silver and Gold, Jr COGS, Phi Epsilon Phi, Hammers, Intramurals. Cochran, Nina R., Shawnee Mission, Kan, Education, Kappa Delta Pi. Coffin, Martha A., Boulder, , C Book, Coloradan, Women's Glee Club, pres, AWS Songfest, Panhellenic Songfest, songleader, Week, publicity comm, CU Days Songfest, Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Freshman Camp of Student Publications, Sigma Delta Chi Campbell, Chicago, Ill, Arts and Sciences., International Fair, Campus Chest, AWS Revue, UN University Choir, Alpha Phi. Cofman, Donald Bruce, Colorado Daily, reporter, city ed, managing ed, Board secy, national convention delegate. Coggeshall, Sarah Coleman, Mary Jo, Glenwood Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, CU Days, Speakers Congress. ROW TWO-Coley, Eileen Louise, Pueblo, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Collins, Betsy Clements, Fort Collins, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Religion in Life Week, Campus Chest, Deseret Club, vice- pres, Dorm Hearing Comm, Student Peace Union, Freshman Camp Group Leader, Delta Phi Alpha, Interfaith Council. Collins, Linda Lee, Santa Monica, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, CU Racing Club. Comer, John Reed, Albuquerque, NM, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, CUAMA, Transfer from University of New Mexico. Comley, Jerilyn Rae, Omaha, Nebr, Education, Silver and Gold, SPUR, tres, Pi Beta Phi, social chrmn, pledge trainer, AWS Senate, Public Relations Direc, UMC Program Comm, Pompon Alternate, Angel's Flight, hist, pledge trainer, Freshman Queen Finalist, Air Force Ball Queen Finalist, Coloradan Queen Finalist. Condon, John Kevin, Dublin, Ireland, Arts and Sciences. Conner, Diane Lesley, Shaker Heights, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, AWS Revue, AWS Songfest, Homecoming, Alpha Chi Omega, tres, Homecoming Chrmn. Cooper Arlin R., El Paso, Texas, Arts and Sciences. ROW THREE-Cooper, Frederick Louis, Ann Arbor, Mich, Arts and Sciences, Acacia, Calico and Boots, Menls Glee Club. Cooper, Roberta Carol, Albuquerque, NM, Arts and Sciences, Pace- setter, SPUR, Hesperia, Mortar Board, Freshman Camp, counselor, NSA Delegate, President's Award, Sigma Delta Tau, Board of Publications, vice-chrmn, Cordell, Thomas L., Boulder, Colo, Engineering. Correnti, John Anthony, Walsenburg, Colo, Engineering, IEEE, AES. Courtright, Karen Rae, Aurora, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Coyte, Judie Katherine, Fort Collins, Colo, Music, Resident Advisor, Coloradan, Festival Chorus, Women's Glee Club, Honors, NSO, Program Council, New- man Club, Valkyrie, soc chrmn, Dorm Wing, soc chrmn, Honor Wing. Crampon, Elizabeth Ann, Boulder, Colo, Education, Buff Council, Peace Corps Sub-committee, chrmn, Gamma Phi Beta, pres, Freshman Camp, advisors' asst, Panhellenic, Homecoming. Craven, Nancy Lee, Denver, Colo' Education, SPUR, Student NEA. r legislature objects to your presence ROW ONE-Crisman, Nancy Kay, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Crisp, D. Eleanor, Boulder City, Nev, Arts and Sciences. Crosby, Richard Wells, Wayzata, Minn, Arts and Sciences, Festival Chorus, Men's Glee Club, Hockey Club, Program Comm, Dorm Council, Honors Program: UMC Program Comm, Academic Ad- visory Comm, Military Ball, AROTC, Platoon Leader, Delta Upsilon. Cruhkshank, Sarah Jane, Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, SPUR, Deseret Club. Crundwell, Carol Ann, Burbank, Calif, Arts and Sci- ences, Pi Beta Phi, censor, AWS Revue Publicity Comm, CU Days Songfest. Cummings, Gary E., Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Chi Psi, social chrmn, Newman Club, Young Republicans, Cosmo Club. ROW TWO - Cunningham, Kaye Susan, Corpus Christi, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Cosmo Club, People- to-People. Curnutt, Robert Ashley, Maryville, Mo, En- gineering, Tau Beta Pi, AIAA, AES. Curtis, Robert Edwin, Bettendorf, Iowa, Business, Delta Upsilon, pres, Senior Class, vice-pres, Lacrosse Letterman, Judo Club, RILW, CU Marching Band, Hammers, Development Foundation, Buff Ski Club. Cutrell, Charles Lee, Lajunta, Colo, Engineering, Judo Club, AES. Cys, Julie Cum- mings, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gam- ma Delta, historian, Fencing Club, University Choir, Nomination for E Days Queen. Dalke, Nancy Sue, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Mortar Board, secy, Lutheran Student Assoc, Calico and Boots, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, American Society of Medical Tech- nologists, pres, Assoc Students of Medical School, class officer, rep. ROW THREE - DallaBetta, Giorgio Joseph, West- minster, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Dalton, Bruce Ben- net, Bethesda, Md, Architecture, Phi Delta Theta, Delta Phi Delta, Sabres, Student Discipline Comm, IFC Scholarship Comm, Honors Program, AIA. Damus, Paul Shibli, San Bernadino, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Cosmo Club, Colo- rado Daily, reporter. Dane, Dan I-hrold, Security, Colo, Engineering, AIAA, tres, Buff Flying Club, AES. Dan- iels, Janie, Shawnee Mission, Kansas, Education, Silver and Gold, Dorm Rep, Delta Gamma, Pompon Girl, Slide Rule Follies, AWS Revue, choreography. Dare, Beverly Jean, Englewood, Colo, Arts and Sciences. the waiting world with unsolved problems ROW ONE-Darnell, Carlton Henry, Bernalillo, NM, Engineering, Deseret Club, ARS-IAS, NROTC, AES, Control Board, AIAA, pres, Slide Rule Follies. Darr, Eugene E., Leawood, Kansas, Business, Sigma Chi, soc chrmn, schlor chrmn, IFC rep. Darst, Dennis Robert, Greeley, Colo, Engineering, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, rush chrmn, secy, Hammers, Sabres, Silver and Gold, IFC, exec secy, AES, AIChE, Sigma Tau. ROW TWO-Davidson, Louise Sydney, Denver, Colo, Education. Davis, Dianne Marie, Co- lumbus, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Valkyrie, Pi Sigma Alpha, Dorm Council, Honor Board, 3.2 Club. Davis, Mary L., Denver, Colo, Music. ROW THREE--DeBiaso, Joseph Anthony, Coal Creek, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Newman Club, CU Rifle and Pistol Club, Vikings, Intramurals, Alpha Epsilon Delta. Delmonte, Jocelyn Anne, Glendale, Calif, Arts and Sciences, French Club, tres, Cosmo Club, UN Week, Campus Crusade for Christ. Dergance, Ralph I-Iumlrert, Littleton, Colo, Engineering, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, tres, steward, warden, Intramurals, Delta Sigma Pi, NSO, group leader, Silver and Gold, AIAA. ROW FOUR-Dexheimer, Jean, Atlantic City, Nj, Engineering, Mortar Board, Castle Belles, commander, Sigma Tau, secy, AES, vice-pres, IEEE, tres, SWE, Colorado Engineer. Diamond, Stephen H., Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Delta, house mgr, NSO, World Affairs Conference. Diclce, Karen Patricia, Downers Grove, Ill, Business, Alpha Gamma Delta, Buff Ski Club, Campus Chest, asst registration advisor. ROW FIVE-Dieckman, Ruth Elaine, Limon, Colo, Arts and Sciences, American Society of Medical Technologists. Dikes, Doyle Clifton, Pueblo, Colo, Engineering, AES, IEEE, Eta Kappa Nu, Slide Rule Follies. Dillard, Judith Ann, Grand junction, Colo, Arts and Sciences. ROW SIX-Disner, Richard Henry, Denver, Colo, Engineering, AES, IEEE, Intramurals, Slide Rule Follies, Club First Nighter, Engineer's Days. Doepper, Jean Louise, Oxford, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, outstanding pledge, scholar chrmn, Panhellenic rep, UMC Prog Council, pub comm, International Fair, Rally Commission, University Choir, YR, AWS Revue, CU Days Songfest, Silver and Gold, Phi Sigma, Castle Belles, YWCA Dorm Council, treas, Freshman Camp, NSO. Dolson, David Kent, St Louis, Mo, Business, Arnold Air Society, comptroller. til' . 4: ROW ONE--Donohue, Cathleen, Sioux City, Iowa, Education, Pi Beta Phi, Arrow Board, Newman Club, CEA. Doose, Diana Iosepliine, Ft Collins, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Cosmo Club. Dordal, Asrnuna Helge, Oslo, Norway, En- gineering, Business, AES, ASCE, ANSA, CUAMA, Cosmo Club, Soccer Club, Hockey Club, Phi Gamma Delta, Buff Ski Club, Football, Freshman Ski Team, Rifle Club, Intramurals. Dow, Norman Raymond, Napa, Calif, Engineering, AES, IEEE, Intramurals. Draper, Virginia Lee, Littleton, Colo, Arts and Sci- ences, Forum Room, secy, SPUR, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Pi Sigma Alpha, Mor- tar Board, Senior Council, Hesperia, secy, Sophomore Advisor, Student Ad- visory Comm, Student Disciplinary Comm, AWS, vice-pres, Coloradan, asst organ ed, business mgr, Freshman Camp, Health and Welfare Comm.Drechsler, Andrea Barbara, Whitestone, NY, Arts and Sciences, Sophomore Advisor. Dueringer, Margaret Mae, South Bend, Ind, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, treas, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Student Advisor. Dugan, .Iennie Ellen, Boulder, Colo, Education, Lutheran Student Assoc, Valkyrie. ROW TWO-Dugan, Patricia Mary, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Three Year Masters Program, Freshman Camp, counselor, Angel's Flight, Resident Advisor, Central Board, pres, ASUC Senator, Homecoming Queen Attendant. Dunbar, Neil Francis, Denver, Colo, Engineering, AES, ASCE, Chi Epsilon, Phi Kappa Tau, pres. Dunnell, David Irwin, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Dunnell, Robbin C., Minot, ND, Business. Dnponte, L. Marty, Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, Arts and Sciences, Pi Sigma Alpha, Newman Club, Arnold' Air Society, Intramurals, Young Democrats, Hui O Hawaii. Dustman, Sara Jeanne, Burlington, Iowa, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Buff Ski Club. Dueirin, Jerald Marvin, Denver, Colo, Business, Phi Kappa Psi, IFC, CUAMA, Home- coming, Intramurals. Eads, George C., Yuma, Ariz, Arts and Sciences, Chi Psi, tres, Kappa Kappa Psi, tres, Men's Marching Band, Concert Band, Val Fischer Award, College Bowl, championship team. ROW THREE-Eames, Doug, Glenwood Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Men's Glee Club, Assoc Student Information Service, People-to-People, Uni- versity Little Theater. Easton, Ioan, Santa Barbara, Calif, Arts and Sciences. Easton, Iohn lay, Ir., Alexandria, Virginia, Business, Silver and Gold, Phi Epsilon Phi, Hammers, Sabres, ASUC Senate, parl, CU Days Chrmn, Arnold Air Society, Pi Kappa Alpha. Eastwood, Susan Louisa-Elizabeth, Phoenixville, Pa, Arts and Sciences, Freshman Camp, dir, counselor, NSO Comm, Colorado Daily, columnist, Dorm, scholarship and standards chrmn, Resident Advisor, Reader's Theatre. Edwards, Bruce George, Idaho Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Delta, vice-pres, University Singers, University Choir, Court of Chevaliers, Russian Club, MRI-IA, secy, Chessman. Elm, Nancy Ann Stephens, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Rally Comm, Festival Chorus, American Physical Therapy Assoc, Physical Therapy Club. Ehrlich, Herbert Nelson, New York, NY, Business, Zeta Beta Tau, pres, Arnold Air Society, NSO, IFC, AFROTC, Silver and Gold, Colorado Engineer, UMC Publicity Comm. Eickert, I. Stephen, Berkeley, Cal, Arts and Sciences, RILW, Silver and Gold, Phi Epsilon Phi, Delta Upsilon, secy. ROW ONE-Eigen, William H., Ir., Elmhurst, N Arts and Sciences. Eisele, Carol lean, Colorado Spring Colo, Arts and Sciences, Campus Friends, Rodeo Clu AWS House, pres, rep. Elder, Marilyn Sue, Wheatridg Colo, Arts and Sciences. Elliott, Thomas lene, Denve Colo, Arts and Sciences, UMC Bowling Team. Emerso Ioan Douglas, Winnetka, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Fres man Show, Campus Chest, AWS, court clerk, songfes Homecoming, Rifle and Pistol Club, Cosmo Clu Varsity Rifle Team. ROW TWO-Engle, Robert Alan, Albuquerque, N Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Delta, tres, pres, P Epsilon Phi, Sumalia, Hammers, Heart and Dagge Sabres-Blue Key, ASUC Commissioner, IFC, tres, Jud ciary council. Engstrom, Barbara Lynn, Wilmette, Il Education, Luthern Student Assoc, publications. Enwal Michael Richard, Billings, Mont, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha, IFC, exec council, NSO Comm, Fres man Camp, counselor, ASUC Senate, president p tempore. Evans, Karen Louise, Anchorage, Alaska, Ar and Sciences, Honors Program, SPUR, Academic Affai Comm, Chi Omega, Bull Ski Club, Resident Adviso Literary Magazine Stall, Folksong Club. Fader, loh Dee, Boise, Idaho, Engineering, AES, IEEE, judo Clul ROW THREE-Falls, Margaret Parker, jackson, Mic Arts and Sciences, Young Republicans, SCOPE, Buff S Club, AWS Rep, Silver and Gold, SAE Little Siste of Minerva, CU Days Songfest, AWS Revue. Falstei Richard lay, Chicago, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Homeco ing, public relations, Colorado Daily, reporter, Buff S Club, CU Days, publicity comm. Fanning, James Wa lace, Albuquerque, NM, Arts and Sciences, Silver an Gold, Hammers, Beta Theta Pi, rush chrmn. Farl Katherine Rae, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Ne man Club, Buff Ski Club, Cosmo Club. Farmer, Stephe Shales, Delta, Colo, Arts and Sciences. ROW FOUR-Feelcy, Sara P., Arlington, Va, Educ tion. Fevaag, Carolyn Ann, Grand junction, Colo, Ar and Sciences, Buff Ski Club. Files, Diana Clarke, Bou der, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, Universit Choir, Folksong Club, secy-tres, Anthropology Clu Freshman Show, Cosmo Club. Fine, Donald Denni Munster, Ind, Business, CUAMA, pres, tres, Busine School Student Bd, vice-pres, Alpha Delta Sigma, sec Delta Tau Delta. Fischer, Sharon C., Brighton, Col Arts and Sciences, Symphonic Band. ROW FIVE-Fishman, Paul, Denver, Colo, Arts an Sciences, Russian Club, Russian Choir, Chemistry Clu Chess Club. Fleming, Dorace Dena, Greeley, Colo, E ucation, SPUR, Alpha Omicron Pi, philanthropi chrmn, Student Colorado Education Association, Hon Board, Newman Club, Campus Chest, Homecomin Tau Beta Sigma, historian. Ford, Charles L., Belmon Mass, Arts and Sciences, Scope, pres, Homecoming, as gen chrmn, CU Days, UN Week, AIA, Judo Clu Sigma Alpha Epsilon, pledge pres, rush book ed. Forge John Thomas, Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sc ences, Buff Ski Club, Rifle and Pistol Club. Forsber Gary L., Boulder, Colo, Engineering, NROTC, AE University Bands, vice-pres, drum major, Scabbard an Blade, Kappa Kappa Psi, CU Buffoons, Phi Kappa Ps social chrmn, song leader. ROW SIX-Former, Nancy Ellen, Denver, Colo, Ar and Sciences. Foster, David, Haleyville, Ala, Busines CUAMA. Foster, Stephen F., Honolulu, Hawaii, Busines Freshman Show, Arnold Air Society, AFROTC Dri Team, AF Ball, queen selection comm, chrmn, Dor Dec Comm, chrmn, Attended Sorbonne, Paris, Franc University of Grenoble, France. Fox, Pamela Evanel Green Valley Lake, Calif, Education, WAA Ski Team Homecoming, Kappa Delta Pi, Boarding House, vic pres. Fox, Pamela Louise, Park Ridge, Ill, Arts and Sci ences, Dorm Officer, AWS, songfest, house rep, revu emcee, Buff Ski Club, CU Days, dec comm, Silver an Gold, Freshman Camp, Kappa Kappa Gamma, ASU Rally Comm, exec council, publ dir, AWS Senat public relations, University Theatre, all major produc tions, Children's Theatre, Theatre "Es", Player's Clu Honorary, Theatre Workshops, Panhellenic, songfest LISAGA, pres, UN Week, ASUC Election Comm Cheerleader. ROW SEVEN-Fraker, Ross M., Boulder, Colo, En gineering, Alpha Phi Omega, officer, Varsity Wrestling Sumalia, Heart and Dagger, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi Colorado Engineer, business mgt. Francis, Colleen Ann Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, J COGS, E Days Queen Finalist, Freshman Queen Can didate, CU Days, Homecoming, AES, secy, Delta Delt Delta, vice-pres, standards chrmn, formal occasion chrmn, Campus Chest, Miss Wool of Colorado, Colo radan Queen Candidate. Francis, Mansheld ,lohn Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Frank, Ray mond George, Cortez, Colo, Engineering, IEEE. Frank lin, larnes Eric, San Diego, Calif, Arts and Sciences. '-Q v iff, sl if Ji . K- ornpon girl for our next inning teanfi ROW ONE-Franklin, Wilbur Alan, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Young Democrats, Colorado Daily, reporter, Judo Club. ROW TWO-Franz, Barbara Jean, Knoxville, Tenn, Arts and Sciences, Transfer from Univ of Tennessee, Phi Mu, Folksong Club, Soc of Women Engineers, Phi Beta Kappa. ROW THREE-Franzen, Carla Men., Chicago, Ill, Business, Alpha Chi Omega, his- torian, house mgr, Program Comm, SPUR, AWS Revue, producer, CU Days, Campus Chest, solicitations chrmn. ROW FOUR-Frazier, Kendrick Crosby, Windsor, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Acacia, house mgr, scholar chrmn, Colorado Daily, news ed. ROW FIVE-Fredricks, Nada Irene, Manitou Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences. ROW SIX-Freeman, Nancy Backlund, Omaha, Nebr, Arts and Sciences, Transfer from Univ of Wyoming, Delta Delta Delta, Little Sisters of Minerva, Tau Delta, Lubens Boarding House, pres, Presidents Council. ROW SEVEN-French, Rosalind Dorothy, Wynnewood, Pa, Education, Dorm Council, Buff Ski Club, Cu Days Songfest, AWS Revue, Ir Panhellenic, Alpha Phi, guard, vice-pres. 'i -.41 'fit . I ,qi '1 5 4- .. .- il l ZZ 1 bs. -'K , , ROW ONE-Fresch, Willizzrn Joseph, Mansfield, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta, membership chrmn, chapter ed, CU Rifle and Pistol Club. Friurllanci, Mari'in Lake City, Utah, Business, Phi Sigma Delta, tres, Silver and Gold, Beta Alpha Psi, Delta Pi. Friedrichsen, Kurt Allan, Staten Island, NY, Business, Club First Nighter, royalty Vikings, vice-pres, tres, CUAMA, Hiking Club, Pershing Rifles. ROW TWO-Fries, Robert Lee, Fort Morgan, Colo, Business, Alpha Kappa Psi. Julia, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Psi Chi, Honors, International Fair, United Fellowship. Fuchs, Sandy M., Phoenix, Ariz, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi, leader, CU Days, prog chrmn, Homecoming, prog chrmn, SPUR, Silver and advisory bd, Dean's Student Advisory Bd, secy, NSG, group leader, Kappa Delta Pi, hon pres, Panhellenic Hearing Board. ROW THREE-Fukunaga, Susan Shigeko, Wailiiktl, Maui, Hawaii, Arts and Sciences. Constance Ann, Walnut Creek, Calif, Arts and Sciences, UN Week, C Book, CU Days, Rll. ASUC International Affairs Sub-comm, AWS Revue, Erlangen Student Exchange, Student Advisor, Pi Sigma Alpha, Alpha Gamma Delta, editor, AWS rep, corres secy. Lynn Janet, Northfield, Minn, Arts and Sciences, University Choir, Festival Chorus, Club, Honor Wing Comm. ROW FOUR-Fullington, Dee Ann, Littleton, Colo, Arts and Sciences, University Omega, asst pledge trainer. Fuselier, ,luliee Dixie, Bryan, Texas, Business, Silver and Homecoming Comm, Coloradan, special events ed, Beta Sigma, Kappa Alpha Theta, rush chrmn. Gabrielson, Gail Susan, Duluth, Minn, Arts and Sciences. ROW FIVE-Gadeken, Arlan Duane, Grand Junction, Colo, Engineering, Delta I crosse, Sigma Tau, Star and Sextant. Gain, Robert Colriham, Claremont, Calif, Business, and Gold, Freshman Camp, CU Days, publicity, Sigma Nu, secy, tres, exec council. Charles Ray, Buena Vista, Colo, Business, Silver and Gold, Roger Willianis Fellowship, Associate of CPA's of Colo, Delta Sigma Pi, Beta Alpha Psi, secy, ASUC Budget Honors, Campus Chest. ROW SIX-Gallegos, Gilbert F., Salida, Colo, Engineering, IEEE. Garcia, Calvin Pueblo, Colo, Pharmacy, American Pharmaceutical Assoc, Chessman. Garfield, Randy Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. art students record individual experience for appreciative nainds to snar gfgll l ROW ONE-Garon, Sheila Rosalyn, Pueblo, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau, Senior Class Council. Garretson, Ann Caroline, Albuquerque, NM, Arts and Sciences, Colorado Daily, Faculty Fireside Comm, Sophomore Ad- visor, Dorm Wing Pres. Garrett, Larry Eugene, Loveland, Colo, Engineering, AES, AIAA, Chi Alpha. Gaul, Barbara lane, Valhalla, NY, Arts and Sciences. Gebhardt, Richard F., Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, SPEBSQSA, pres, Boulder County Youth for Christ. Geier, Thomas Michael, Pueblo, Colo, Educa- tion, Intramural Wrestling and Football. Geiger, Joseph James, III, Phoenix, Ariz, Engineering, NROTC, Radio Club, Intramurals, Engineers' Days, Transit, staff, IEEE. Geller, Shirlee Rae, Denver, Colo, Education, AWS Rep, AWS Hearing Comm. ROW TWO-Geller, Stuart Mitchell, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Fresh- man Camp Counselor, NSO Leader, Hillel Foundation, vice-pres, pres. Geltz, Valerie lane, Lakewood, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Valkyrie, Junior American Society of Medical Technologists. George, David C., Denver, Colo, Engineering, Phi Kappa Psi, tres, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Tau, AES, IEEE. Ger- big, Lee Charles, Wheat Ridge, Colo, Engineering, ASME, AES, Society of American Military Engineers. Gerhardt, Frank Albert, Keenesburg, Colo, Busi- ness, Beta Theta Pi, house mgr, pres, IFC, tres, Senior Council, IFC rep, Alpha Kappa Psi, prog chrmn, CUAMA, NSO, group leader, chrmn of group leaders. Gerhardr, Polly Ann, Des Moines, Iowa, Arts and Sciences, AWS, pres, senator, Panhellenic vice-pres, SPUR, Hesperia, Mortar Board, Phi Sigma, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, secy, Silver and Gold, Election Comm, Chi Omega, Buff Council, Campus Chest, all-sorority commander, ASUC Senate, advisory council, Win- ter Carnival Steering Comm. Gerlce, Kathy Ann, Denver, Colo, Business. Gibbs, Carol Lynn, San Francisco, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Campus Chest, Intra- murals, mgr, Tennis Club, Latin American Dance Club, Hiking Club, Hostess to American Camping Assoc, Alpha Gamma Delta, rush comm. ROW THREE-Gilbert, Leon Joseph, Arvada, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi Omega, Delta Phi Alpha, UMC Program Comm, UN Week, German De- partment Play, Folksong Club, Young Democrats. Glanz, Don Robert, Winnetka, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi, NSO. Glaze, Sally Rinehart, Seattle, Wash, Education, Delta Gamma, CU Days, secy, Homecoming, secy, Fresh- man Traditions, secy, Senate Clerk, Dorm Wing, vice-pres. Gloe, Darryl Dean, Osmond, Nebr, Engineering, Sigma Tau, AIAA, Men's Glee Club, Calico and Boots, Slide Rule Follies. Godwin, Barbara Barnum, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Festival Chorus, ISA. Godwin, Larry Brian, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Baptist Student Union. Goldberg, Gary Lee, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Colorado Engineer, finance mgr, SIAM. Golden, l.L., Englewood, Colo, Arts and Sciences. tg v--, ROW ONE-Golden, lean, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Psi Chi, Uni- versity Choir, Hillel Foundation, Cosmo Club, Congress on Racial Equality, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Alpha Kappa Delta, WRHA Rep, Student Peace Union. Goldman, Nelson, Brooklyn, NY, Business. Goldsberry, Nancy Kay, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, Resident Advisor. Goldwater, Roselyrt, Reno, Nevada, Arts and Sciences, Dorm Wing, pres, RILW, evaluation comm, Silver and Gold, SPURS, Homecoming, House Dec Comm, CU Days, prog comm, Alpha Epsilon Phi, editor, historian, social chrmn, rush chrmn, Cam- pus Chest, carnival chrmn, gen chrmn. Golub, Michael M., Denver, Colo, Business, Phi Epsilon Phi, Silver and Gold, Phi Sigma Delta, Delta Sigma Phi, Homecoming. Gooding, Pamela Elizabeth, Arvada, Colo, Business, Alpha Chi Omega, social chrmn, University Choir, pres, UN Week, secy, IFC judiciary Council, secy, Angel's Flight, secy. Gordon, Frank I., Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Varsity Basketball, mgr, Alpha Phi Omega, Gamma Delta, vice-pres. ROW TWO-Gordon, Gayle, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta, songleader, Transfer from University of Arizona. Gordon, W. H., Lead- ville, Colo, Business, CUAMA. Gottwald, Johannes F., Boulder, Colo, Engineer' ing. Gould, Ronald Wallace, Durango, Colo, Business, Freshman Wrestling, Pi Kappa Alpha, Intramurals. Gowdy, Gayle Ann, Atherton, Calif, Arts and Scif ences, Pi Beta Phi. Graham, Peggy Ann, Salt Lake City, Utah, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Omicron Pi, house mgr, International Fair, Homecoming, royalty, judging chrmn, Dorm Officer, YWCA, Campus Chest, Honor Wing Orienter. Grantham, Hilda Lucinda, Smithfield, NC, Arts and Sciences, Bull: Ski Club. -...xi or senior class secretary and treasurer Alpha Epsilon, vice-pres, Varsity Swimming, Campus Chest, Conference on World Affairs. Graves, Glenn Kennedy, New' Beach, Calif, Business, Alpha Kappa Psi, tres, Resident Advisor, CU imural Judiciary Bd, Silver and Gold, University Bible Fellowship, Cam- Crus ' . , , , ', SP 9 - , ' ' 1 - C ade for Christ Gray Nancy Ann Menlo Park Calif Arts and eech Therapy Delta Gamma Grebe William Ransome Love olo, Arts and Sciences, University Theatre, actor, costume designer, Club, CU Days Musical, Speech Institute, director, Colorado Festival, actor, Creative Arts Scholarship in Summer Musical. TWO-Green, Francie, Offutt Air Force Base, Nebr, Arts and Sci- Transfer from University of Hawaii, Dorm Wing, pres, vice-pres, Ir COGS, Kappa Alpha Theta, pledge chrmn, social chrrnn, Chi, Intramurals, Coloradan, secy, Phi Beta Kappa. Greenblatt, Sandra Denver, Colo, Education, AWS. Greene, Marijean Louise, Spokane, Arts and Sciences, Boarding House, pres, Alpha Delta Pi, asst pledge Gregory, Kristin, Pasadena, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi. THREE-Griffin, David Michael, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, of Married Students, vice-pres, housing comm chrmn, Festival Grigg, Lorna Orchard, Buffalo, Wyo, Arts and Sciences, Silver and AWS Rep, YWCA, council, vice-pres, Sophomore Council, Speaker's , Chrrnn, Spirit and Morale, NSO, Sophomore Advisor, Freshman Counselor. Griswold, Sara Penelope, Bryn Mawr, Penn, Arts and Sci- Buff Ski Club. Gross, lohn Richard, Denver, Colo, Business, Young Newman Club, Beta Alpha Psi. FOUR-Groves, Thomas Henry, Billings, Mont, Business, Engi- Sigma Chi, Chi Epsilon, secy, Sigma Tau, Kappa Kappa Psi, Rifle Team, Distinguished Military Student. Grunlcemeyer, Carl Louisville, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Gundersen, Jens Helge, Vestby, Engineering. Gunstream, Diana Lee, Dallas, Texas, Arts and Sci- Delta Pi, standards chrmn, social chrmn, International Fair. FIVE-Guptill, Peter Gould, Mexico D.F., Mexico, Arts and Sci- Psi Chi. Haag, Lois Ann, Lancaster, Pa, Arts and Sciences. Haas, H. Fort Morgan, Colo, Engineering, AES, ASCE, AFROTC Drill Arnold Air Society. Hadady, Nancy Ann, San Carlos, Calif, Arts Sciences, Mortar Board, Hesperia, SPUR, Silver and Gold, Chi Omega, activities chrmn, Pi Sigma Alpha, secy, Christian Science Org, Experiment in International Living, pres, RILW, UN Week, Wing, vice-pres, Rainbow Girls, International Fair, NSO, AWS e, Campus Chest. W SIX-Hadley, Charlotte Holmes, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, i Omega, Porpoise, pres, University Orchestra, Christian Science Org, y, Freshman Show, Buff Ski Club. Hahn, Esther Priscilla Ann, Engle- od, Colo, Engineering, SIAM, secy, Colorado Engineer, art ed. Halcomb, therine Ann, Kimball, Nebr, Arts and Sciences, Student Body Secy, Con- rt Band, Dorm Honor System, chrmn. Haley, RuthAnn, Colorado Springs, lo, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Sophomore Advisor, Dorm, chrmn, CU Days, Campus Chest, NSO, Coloradan, distributor. W SEVEN-Halfon, Bernice, Montgomery, Ala, Business. Hall, Dean ncent, Longmont, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Men's Glee Club, Vikings, u Delta. Hall, Larry Gene, Vilas, Colo, Business, Beta Alpha Psi. Hall, ry Steele, Warsaw, Ind, Education, Symphonic Band, Tau Beta Sigma, y. ONE-Grassby, ,lohn Hunt, Mexico City, Mexico, Arts and Sci- 'S '52 4:- ROW ONE-Hallock, Kenneth Bruce, Chicago, Ill, Business, Homecoming Election Comm, Water Polo Team, Senior Class Council, Bnancial advisor, Silver and Gold, Spirit and Morale Executive Comm, Delta Upsilon, tres, exec council, UMC Financial Board, NROTC. Hammer, Odd Hallvard, Ski, Norway, En- gineering, CU Racing Club, Cosmo Club, ASCE, ANSA, Intramural Track. Hammill, Virginia Sue, Los Angeles, Calif, Arts and Sciences. Hanke, Steve Harold, Atlantic, Iowa, Business, Phi Delta Theta, CUAMA, tres, Buff Flying Club. Hanneman, Steph' anie, Chicago, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, scribe, historian, Jr Panhellenic, Freshman Camp, secy, UN Week, CU Days, RILW, Campus Chest. Hansen, John R., Gunnison, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Phi Beta Kappa, Sumalia, Heart and Dag- ger, pres, Chessman, MRHA, vice-pres, Westminster Fellowship, Band, Spanish Club, Freshman Camp Counselor, Kappa Kappa Psi. ROW TWO-Harbert, Eloise, Medford, Ore, Edu- cation, Gamma Phi Beta, Buff Ski Club. Harcourt, Joan D., Denver, Colo, Education, Dorm Wing Pres, Central Board, SPUR, AWS Senate, Kappa Alpha Theta, Hesperia, Resident Advisor. Harley, Donald Edward, Sterling, Colo, Engineering, ASCE, AES, Intramurals. Harpstrite, James J., Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Harrington, Holly Helene, Madison, Wisc, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega. Harris, Bill Durnin, Lafayette, Calif, Arts and Sci- ences, Phi Delta Theta. ROW THREE-Harrison, Henry Scott, Portland, Maine, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Fresh- man Camp Counselor, Buff Ski Club, Colorado Daily, Phi Epsilon Phi, social chrmn, Student Ad- vising, Dean's Academic Advancement Comm, Sen- ior Council, NROTC, drill team. Harrold, Mary Virginia, Lansing, Mich, Arts and Sciences, UN Week, NSA Delegate, regional convention, Alpha Gamma Delta, rush trainer. Hart, Wendell Hugh, Woodland, Calif, Engineering, AES, AIAA, Vikings, Tennis, Track. Hartley, Sharon Edwards, Middletown, NY, Arts and Sciences. Hartman, Suzanne Carol, St Louis, Mo, Education, SCEA. Haskell, Judith Hol- bert, Ojai, Calif, Arts and Sciences, International Relations Club, International Fair, Anthropology Club, Buff Ski Club. ROW ONE-Hastie, Carolyn Ann, Laguna Beach, Cal, Arts and Sciences, Tau Delta. Hast ings, Kent R., Boulder, Colo, Business, Alpha Kappa Psi, CUAMA, Hauge, Barbara, Minne apolis, Minn, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Buff Ski Club, University Choir, Rally Comm Porpoise. Hawltinberry, Susan Lee, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, AWS, Campus Chest Delta Phi Delta, People-to-People, Asst Probation Officer Program. Hayes, Carol Grace, Balti more, Md, Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta, standards bd, Crescent Corres, Rally Comm Tennis Team, Festival Chorus, Colorado Daily, subscription clerk, International Fair. Hayes Richard L., Aurora, Colo, Pharmacy, Phi Delta Chi, pres, APhA. Haynes, Dennis C., Aurora Colo, Business, Intramurals, CUAMA. Healy, Patricia Joanne, Casper, Wyo, Arts and Sciences Resident Advisor, Valkyrie, Newman Club. ROW TWO-Heeren, Judith Ann, Geneseo, Ill, Education, Silver and Gold, Dorm, hear ing bd, scholarship chrmn, UN Week, comm, SPURS, Senate Clerk, Campus Chest, comm Homecoming, YWCA Cabinet, Freshman Camp, secy, coordinating dir, Alpha Gamma Delt. act chrmn, pledge trainer, pres. Heflin, Beverly Jeanne, Phoenix, Ariz, Arts and Sciences, Delt Gamma, pledge trainer, AWS Hearing Board, Coloradan Photography Staff, Silver and Gol Hein, Ronald Ardell, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Men's Glee Club, Campus Crusade fo Christ, University Bible Fellowship. Hein, Williani Eugene, Loveland, Colo, Engineering, Colo rado Engineer, adv mang, Silver and Gold, AES, Amateur Radio Club, IEEE. Heineman Kathleen Ann, Garden City, Kan, Business, Alpha Gamma Delta, tres, Newman Club, Yourill Democrats, asst ed, CUAMA. Heins, Judith Louise, Mamaroneck, NY, Education, Alpha Phi Senior Class Council. Helland-Hansen, Erik, Oslo, Norway, Engineering, Chi Epsilon, Tau Bet Pi, Cosmo Club. Heller, Marshall David, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Phl Epsilon Phi, CU Days Songfest, chrmn, Homecoming, house dec, chrmn, UN Wcck, Club Firs Nighter, games comm. ROW THREE-Helmke, Richard Louis, Casper, Wyo, Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, pres, Sigm Tau, vice-pres, Delta Sigma Pi, Tau Beta Pi, ASME, vice-pres. Helms, Sharyn Sue, Phoeni. Ariz, Arts and Sciences, Pompon Girl, Silver and Gold, Pi Beta Phi, IFC, secy, Traffic Appeal Court, Phi Delta Theta Turtle Race Queen, NYU Junior Year in Spain. Henshaw, Joan Eliz beth, Delta, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Delta, secy, Westminister Fellowship Young Friends, co-chrmn, Wing Officer. Heron, Patricia Ruth, Boulder, Colo, Arts and J Herschberger, Judith M., Mundelein, Ill, Arts and Sciences, YWCA, Program Comm hellenic, Alpha Gamma Delta, social chrmn, Engineer Days, Miss Perfect Body. Hertel, Jane, Lexington, Tenn, Arts and Sciences, Rally Comm, social chrmn, Young Rep Herzog, Dianne Doris, Estes Park, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Dorm Officer, Alphi Phi rush chrmn, pres, AWS Revue, CU Days Songfest. Hethcote, Herbert Wayne, Lakewood, Engineering, Dorm Wing, pres, Engineering Ball Comm, chrmn, Engineering Dean's Senior Class Cabinet, Pacesetter, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universit Beta Pi, pres, Chessman, Sumalia, pres, Heart and Dagger, Sabres-Blue Key, chrmn, long cold winter nigh 471 'Li its 'Q' 541' IQ '-rn. 1 ro, 525' ROW ONE- Hiatt, Aden Dale, lr., Palmer Lake, Colo Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Tau IEEE, pres, Slide Rule Follies, Engineers' Day Comm Hielce, Adolf E., Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Alpha, vice-pres, prog chrmn, Spanish Club, vice pres, prog chrmn.Hiltle, Ellen Joann, Great Falls, Mont Arts and Sciences, Valkyrie, UN Week, Orientatior Comm, Honor Wing. Hill, James Calvin, Roswell, NM, Business, CUAMA. Hill, Paul L., Greeley, Colo, En- gineering, ASCE, Chi Epsilon, Ascend, co-ed. ROW TWO--Hillman, Gary Lee, Gunnison, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Acacia, pres, secy, Alpha Epsilon Delta, pres, Silver and Gold, Phi Epsilon Phi, Sumalia: NSO, Symphonic Band, Court of Chevaliers. Hillman, lohn David, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Delta, pres, house mgr, Sabres, Alpha Epsilon Delta. Hiltbraml, ,lon Haclen, Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon, rush chrmn, Interna- tional Relations Club. Hinzelman, Harry John, Greeley, Colo, Business, Alpha Kappa Psi, officer, CUAMA. Hipps, Mary Lou, Loveland, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, Scope Party, exec council, Young Re- publicans. ROW THREE-Hirschfeld, Roberta L., Denver, Colo, Education, Sophomore Advisor, Resident Advisor Health and Welfare Comm, Campus Chest. Hobbs Jerry Lee, Arvada, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Hofmann Diane Bohn, Kansas City, Mo, Arts and Sciences, Home- coming, ticket comm, Migration Comm, AWS Songfest CU Days, Young Republicans, Student journal Group of American Psychological Assoc. Holland, Eugene M. Englewood, Colo, Engineering, Army ROTC, Baptist Student Union, IEEE. Hollingsworth, Alfred Delano Omaha, Neb, Arts and Sciences, Varsity Football. ROW FOUR-Holmes, Marlyne Lorraine, Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Speaker's Congress Channing Murray, Resident Advisor, Young Democrats Holzapfel, Alan Kepler, Denver, Colo, Business, Men' Glee Club, University Choir, CU Bulfoons, NSO, Alphrl Kappa Psi, Scabbard and Blade, tres. Hooper, Micliae Willirim, Englewood, Colo, Engineering, Buff Ski Club AIP, University Theater, Boulder Athletic Club Weight lifting. Horiuchi, Paul Yasu, Brighton, Colo, Arts an Sciences, Kenkyu Club. Horschman, Alice Colleen Roswell, NM, Arts and Sciences, WRA Head of In tramurals, PEMM Club, vice-pres, special activities. ROW FIVE-Hoshilco, Thomas Allen, Denver, Colo Engineering, IEEE, Intramurals, Kenkyu Club, AE Howard, Tracy William, I-Iuclson, Colo, Arts and Sci ences, Kappa Sigma, Hammers, NSO, IFC, COG Hsu, Dick Ping, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Science Alpha Phi Omega, vice-pres, historian. Huey, Beth Ma garet, Fort Morgan, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Ph corres secy, Silver and Gold. Huft, Larry Kenneth Littleton, Colo, Arts and Sciences. ROW SIX-Hulwiclc, Sandra Corinne, Englewoo Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, AW Rep, CU Days, UN Week, RILW. Hunt, Jerry Gen Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Hunt, Ronald Lloy Westminster, Colo, Engineering, SIAM. Hurst, Dougl Lane, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Huston, Larr Louis, Colorado Springs, Colo, Engineering, Dor Wing, pres, Judo Club, Newman Club, ASCE, Ta Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon, secy, Sigma Tau, AES, office control bd, Colorado Engineer, asst ed, ed writer. ROW SEVEN-Hyinlc, Karen Lee, Moline, Ill, Ar and Sciences, Porpoise, AWS House, Delta Phi Delt secy, Gamma Phi Beta. Ibsen, Charles Arthur, Lon mont, Colo, Arts and Sciences. ImOberstag, Katherin lean, Dearborn, Mich, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Om cron Pi, YWCA, Buff Ski Club, Senior Retreat Com ltoga, Bert Katsuji, Honolulu, Hawaii, Arts and Science. Arnold Air Society, Hawaiian Club, Kenkyu Club. .lacl son, Roberta lean, Solvang, Calif, Education, Gam Phi Beta, Cosmo Club, Buff Ski Club. cu buffaloes have tiger on their back... ' ' . .- -..-EMF" . . R ' - ----ia -..... 'g5ft 's - -,,. E I in Q l 'I , - .. of 'Q-ffei ROW ONE-Iackson, Verdell Lloyd, Dove Creek, Colog Businessg CUAMA, vice-pres, Blotter, edg Business School Honors Program, student bdg Student Advising Program. ROW TWO-Iacobs, Ronald W.g Pueblo, Colog Engineetingg Sigma Taug AICI-lEg Folksong Club, Fencing Club, vice-presg Folkdancing Club. ROW THREE-Iames, Lawrence William, Lakewood, Colo, Engineeringg Tau Beta Pig IEEE, Radio Clubg Hiking Club, Roger Williams Fellowship. ROW FOUR-Janes, Stephen Shannong Meeker, Colog Arts and Sciencesg Psi Chig Young Adults' Clubg International Relations. ROW FIVE-Jansen, Donna Dianne, Florence, Colo, Arts and Sciencesg SPURQ Players' Clubg Colorado Daily, copy ed. IIEOW SDE-Ianssen, Earl Lewis, Grand Lake, Colog Arts and Sciences, ' - layers' C ub, vice-pres. a n d e ROW SEVEN-Iaros, Robert Ernest, Grand junction, Colo, Arts and Sci- encesg COGS5 Freshman Campy Silver and Goldg Club First Nighterg Slide Rule Folliesg IFC Songfestg CU Days Songfestg IFC, RILW, gen chrmng Delta Upsilon, secy, rush chrmn. 'el 'ea- QK- QF' N 'QF 1 ' x 3: 1,47 5'-up ' .E ,as ROW ONE-Jejfers, William Christopher, Manhasset, NY, Arts and Sciences, Freshman producer, CU Days, composer, Homecoming, Band, Orchestra. Jenkins, Johy Kay, Denver, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, CU Racing Club, Intramural House, officer, Cosmo Intercollegiate Women's Ski Team. Jenkins, Rose Thompson, Casper, Wyo, Arts and Transfer from Stephens College. ROW TWO-Jensen, Christina Lynn, Rocky River, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Freshman Director, Alpha Delta Pi, chaplain, YWCA, COGS. Jensen, Gordon Henry, Lafayette, Pharmacy, Lutheran Student Assoc of America, Interfaith Council, pres, Phi Delta Chi, can Pharmaceutical Assoc. Jernigan, Donna Ann, Wichita, Kansas, Arts and Sciences, coming, University Choir, Panhellenic Advisor, Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl, Queen Attendant, Homecoming Queen Attendant, Silver and Gold, SPUR, Theta Sigma Delta Gamma. ROW THREE-Joels, Jerry Landis, Del Norte, Colo, Engineering, AES, IEEE. Johan Christian, Saetre, Hurum, Norway, Business, Beta Gamma Sigma, CUAMA, ANSA Intramurals. Johansson, Gayle Kalseirn, Highland Park, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Porpoise, en's Recreation Assoc, vice-pres, Physical Education Major Club, class rep. ROW FOUR-Johansson, Karl Harvey, Littleton, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi, si Order of Chessmen, Alpha Epsilon Delta. Johnson, Barbara Louise, Chicago, Ill, Arts and Sci- ences, Porpoise Club, AWS. Johnson, Barry B., Loveland, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Men's Hear- ing Comm, Pi Kappa Alpha, UMC Board, ASUC Program Comm. ROW FIVE--Johnson, Charles Neal, Artesia, NM, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha, ASUC Senate, Election Comm, Nat'l Political Science Honorary, Joint Planning Comm, ASUC Finance Bd, Freshman Camp, business mgr, counselor, Junior Class Pres, Student Body Vice- pres, NSA Nat'l Congress. Johnson, Cynthia Ann, Cloquet, Minn, Education. Johnson, Frank T., Fort Collins, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Canterbury Club, Pi Sigma Alpha, Coloradan, photo- grapher, Scabbard and Blade. ROW SIX-Johnson, Holly, Atlanta, Ga, Arts and Sciences. Johnson, Jan, Wilmington, Del, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Rally Comm, Buff Ski Club, Porpoise, associate. Johnson, Judith Luellen, Saguache, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Theta Sigma Phi, pres. ROW SEVEN-Johnson, Linda Mariann, Westmiiister, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gam- ma Delta, Campus Chest, Religion in Life Week, UN Week, CU Days, Homecoming, decora- tions comm, AWS Revue. Johnson, Willard Kent, Dallas, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Varsity Baseball, Colorado Daily, sports ed, Sabres, Blue Key. Jones, David S., Grand Junction, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Intramural Brd, Sigma Phi Epsilon, secy. ROW ONE--Jones, Don L., Colorado Springs, Colo, En- gineering, Business, Soccer, Wrestling, Men's Glee Club, University Choir, Program Comm, Slide Rule Follies, Morale Comm. Jones, J. Frederick, Cody, Wyo, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, ASUC Program Council, Rally Comm, Delta Tau Delta, IFC, judiciary council, chief jus- tice, NSO, Sabres-Blue Key, Hammers. Jones, .lalie Mar- garet, Craig, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Festival Chorus, Uni- versity Choir, Buff Racing Club, Experiment in Interna- tional Living, UN Week, Delta Delta Delta. Jones, Richard Lee, Denver, Colo, Business, judo Club, Pentagon Club, Phi Kappa Tau, Gymnastics Team, C Club, CUAMA. Joy, Richard Carleton, West Harwich, Mass, Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, pres, Tau Beta Pi, IEEE. Judd, L. David, lr., Boulder, Colo, Business, Kappa Sigma, CUAMA, Freshman Track, Buff Ski Club. Iustad, Odd, Oslo, Norway, Engineer- ing, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu. ROW TWO-Kaiser, Carolyn Glendora, Pueblo, Colo, Education, Transfer from Pueblo College, Alpha Gamma Delta, pledge class secy, Miss Wool, semi-finalist, Student Orientation, advisor. Kaiser, Thomas Hubert, Eaton, Colo, Engineering. Kaley, Martha Beth, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta, house mgr, AWS Rep, YWCA Rep, Kappa Delta of the Year. Kaner, Glen Paul, New York, NY, Engineering, Weightlifting. Kantor, Robert Aron, Dallas, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Transfer from University of Pennsylvania, Student Body Vice-Pres at Penn, Charter Flights, pres, Buff Racing Club, Players' Club. Katahara, Ronald Cary, Kahului, Hawaii, Engineering, Star and Sex- tant, pres, Hawaiian Club, vice-pres. Kaufman, Jerry Allen, Aurora, Colo, Business, Phi Sigma Delta, Varsity Wres- tling, Silver and Gold, Club First Nighter Comm. ROW THREE-Kaufman, Thomas Allen, Pueblo, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Jr COGS, Hammers, Alpha Tau Omega, alumni dir, public relations, publications officer. Kawabata, Kenneth K., Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii, Engineering, Hawaiian Club, IEEE. Kearney, James Maxey, Pueblo, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Senior Class Pres, ASUC Senate, NROTC, Silver and Gold, tres, Campus Chest, asst gen chrmn, Homecoming, balloting chrmn, Scabbard and Blade, Rally Comm, CCA, Board of Directors CU Alumni, ex-officio member. Keating, Anne Elizabeth, Arlington, Va, Arts and Sciences, Transfer from William and Mary College, Wil- liamsburg, Va, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Beta Phi, Pep Club. Keitel, R. Ioseph, Ir., Wilmette, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha, Broken Drum Club. Kelly, Barbara, Phoenix, Ariz, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, chaplain, AWS rep, pledge class songleader, SAE Little Sister of Mi- nerva, Forum of Young Americans, tres, public relations, Angel's Flight, Conservative Club, New Conservative, staff. Kelly Sharon L, Denver, Colo, Education, Delta Gamma. ROW ONE-Kelly, Theodora, Sacramento, Calif, Education, AWS Revue, CU Days Songfest, Campus Chest, Alpha Chi Omega, scholar- ship chrmn. Kemp, John B., III, Ridgewood, Nj, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, tres, house mgr, SAME, Scabbard and Blade, Castle Belles, liason officer. Kent, Arnolcl Stafford, Buchanan, Mich, Arts and Sciences. Kepner, Marguerite De Monbron, Honolulu, Hawaii, Arts and Sciences, AWS Revue, Songfest, Pi Beta Phi, Boulder Workshop. Kerr, Vivian Roberta, Fort Worth, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Tau Delta, vice-pres. Kerstein, .Iuclith Ellen, Albuquerque, NM, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau, Delta Phi Delta, Homecoming Queen Finalist, Panhellenic, Best Dressed Girl Finalist. Kile, Stephen Arthur, Whitefish Bay, Wisc, Engineering, Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, tres, special events chrmn, Delta Sigma Pi, pres, vice-pres, Alpha Chi Sigma, Sigma Tau, AIChE, Business School Student Bd. Killius, I.. Wfilliarn, Rocky River, Ohio, Business, Phi Epsilon Phi, IFC, pres, Sigma Nu, pledge trainer. ROW TWO-King, Karla Berrieice, Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, International Relations Comm, st chrmn, CCUN, Natil Student Leadership Conference, delegate, University Theatre, homecoming musi- cal, Players' Club, UN Week, Alpha Delta Pi, standards chrmn, AWS rep, Honors, CU Literary Magazine, managing ed. Kinkaid, Jeannette Elizabeth, Sisterville, WV, Arts and Sciences. Kinzie, Edward O., Hax- tun, Colo, Engineering, Alpha Phi Omega, Band, Kappa Kappa Psi, Dorm Wing, pres, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi. Kirby, Eldon Lowell, Akron, Colo, Business. Kirby, Kenneth Lee, Boulder, Colo, Business. Kirkpatrick, Christine, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, AWS House, AWS Senate, secy, Phi Sigma, NSO, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, tres, Delta Gamma, pledge class pres, Panhellenic del, standards chrmn, Pacesetter, SPUR, vice-pres, jr advisor, Hesperia, Mortar Board, pres, Honors, Panhellenic, tres. Kitt, Alva Ross, III, Spencerport, NY, Arts and Sciences, IFC, NSO, Silver and Gold, Alpha Tau Omega, pres, ritual officer, COGS. Kittler, Ditt- mar, Windsor, Colo, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, bridge corres, Sigma Tau, Arnold Air Society, operations officer, AES, IEEE, Transit Staff. ROW THREE-Klajnowslci, Martha G., Pittsburgh, Penn, Nursing, Newman Club. Kleinebecker, Arm Louise, Winchester, Mass, Education, Chi Omega, tres, AWS Rep, YWCA International Fair, Buff Ski Club, Rally Commission, Club First Nighter, royalty comm, Young Republi- cans, Intramurals. Kline, Edward Allen, Chagrin Falls, Ohio, Business, Alpha Tau Omega. Klitz, Ion. Kenneth, Holyoke, Colo, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon, chaplain, Homecoming, Newman Club, Intramurals, ASA, CUAMA. Knadle, Richard Louis, Roswell, NM, Business, University Choir, Modern Choir. Knippel, George Franklin, III, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Kohler, Meredith Ann, Riverside, Conn, Arts and Sci- ences, Alpha Omicron Pi, historian, AWS Songfest, programs chrmn, NSO Leader. Koonce, Susan Louise, Eagle, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Campus Chest, AWS Revue, Alpha Chi Omega, corres secy, vice-pres, Songfests. , 5- 1. WRX. 'Vt'--4 i- . , 1'-5-1 ,aug ,Q- 18 11" 9. they progressed : owerfs, tule, lamp post ONE-Koivachy, .luliana M., Shaker Heights, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Cosmo Club. Kraft, Maxine J., Rockford, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Homecoming, decora- comm, Alpha Chi Omega, recording secy, CU Days, trike race comm. Kramer, Barry Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Beta Tau, house mgr, athletic chrmn, secy, Silver Fencing Club, Beta Chi, Red Rho Society, ROTC. TWO-Kramer, Lynn Elliott, Brighton, Colo, Engineering, ASCE, tres, AES, pres, Chi pres, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, ASUC Senate, Band. Krauss, Margaret Ann, Denver, and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Hillel, Ir Panhellenic, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Alpha Kretchman, Nancy Ann, Rochester, New York, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, 1 Student Assoc, Festival Choir, Nat'1 Interior Designers, student affiliate. THREE-Kruse, Gerald Anthony, Littleton, Colo, Engineeringy Business, Delta Sigma chancellor, tres, IEEE. Kudiwa, Alf Roy T., Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia, Arts and Sciences, Club, ASUC, foreign students' senator. Kupec, Thomas W., Denver, Colo, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, AFROTC Drill Team, Freshman Pep Club. FOUR-Kyriazis, John Phillip, Briarcliff Manor, NY, Arts and Sciences, Marching Band, Band, KKY, Intramurals, NROTC, Canterbury Club. Lackey, Ian Claire, Roswell, NM, and Sciences, AWS, publicity, Psi Chi, Chi Omega. Laier, Barbara Dee, Cozad, Neb, Edu- Ski Club, Young Republicans, UN Week, Campus Chest, Alpha Gamma Delta, rec Delegate, RILW. FIVE--Lamb, Wayne Allan, Spendard, Alaska, Engineering, SIAM. Lang, Richard Gary, Mass, Engineering, Delta Upsilon, RILW, NSA, Campus Chest, Silver and Gold. Sandra Kay, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, People-to-People, Buff Ski Club, Homecoming. SIX-Larsen, Jeff Donald, Huntington, NY, Arts and Sciences, Colorado Daily, asst mgr' Honors Program, Sigma Phi Epsilon, guard, pub chrmn, Intramurals, National Political Honor Society. Larson, Carol Sue, Kansas City, Kansas, Education, Baptist Student Larson, Donna Mae, Boulder, Colo, Education, SCEA. phornore, junior, senior- : 1 ROW ONE-Larson, I-var Willitimg Haxtun, Colo, Engineering, AES, SIAM. Latham, Vicki I., Golden, Colo, Arts and Sciences, UN Week, gen secy, "C" Book, cultural section ed, NSO, group leader, Alpha Chi Omega, act chrmn, Council on World Affairs. Lau, Richard Arnold, Denver, Colo, Engineering, Business, Intramurals, IAS, AIAA, Phi Kappa Tau. ROW TWO-Laughlin, Linda Wriglit, Bayfield, Colo, Education, AWS, Student CEA. Laughlin, Richard Allen, Bayfield, Colo, Education, Married Resident Advisor, CEA, student member. Lauren, Cynthia Congdon, Bronxville, NY, Arts and Sciences, Off-Campus House, pres, Presidents' Council of Oli-Campus Women's Residences, secy. ROW THREE-Laxson, .loan Dorothy, Atherton, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Women's Glee Club, Rally Comm, Anthropology Club, International Fair, Alpha Delta Pi. Layfer, Howard, Chicago, Ill, Arts and Sciences, KBUF, Zeta Beta Tau. LcB:1eh, Julie, Littleton, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Kappa Delta, Silver and Gold, Dorm Officer. ROW FOUR-Lee, William Reynolds, Boulder, Colo, Engineering, University Choir, pres, Men's Glee Club, SIAM, Roger Williams Fellowship, pres, vice-pres, Colorado Engineer, Sigma Tau. Lehnertz, Icmette Dee, Strawberry Point, Iowa, Arts and Sciences. Leitzell, James Daniel, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. ROW FIVE-Le Mon, Janet Irene, Boulder, Colo, Education, Lutheran Student Assoc, service chrmn, vice-pres. Lester, Daniel Brewster, Litchfield, Conn, Arts and Sciences, Chi Psi, Buff Ski Club, Soccer Club. Leruin, Sidney M., Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Buff Flying Club, AIAA, NIFA Flying Meet. ROW SIX--Levine, Steven Gerald, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Campus Friends, Cosmo Club, Council on World Affairs. Lewis, Charles Hoffman, Ir., Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha, vice-pres, social chrmn, rush chrmn, IFC, rush chrmn, Hammers, COGS, rep, CU Days, Homecoming, Charter Flights, chrmn. Lewis, Clark Raymond, Pueblo, Colo, Engineering, AES, ASME. ROW SEVEN-Lewis, Leland G., Sidney, Nebr, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Lewis, Robert Floyd, Boulder, Colo, Pharmacy, APhA, Fifth Year Class, pres. Libl-fy, Vifilliam Joseph, Oxnard, Calif, Business, Delta Sigma Pi. spring welcomed on campus as cu considers the worlo ROW ONE-Light, Richard Wayne, Steamboat Springs, Colo, Engineering, IFC, pres, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sabres, Heart and Dagger, Sumalia, pres, Alpha Epsilon Delra, Tau Beta Pi. Lincoln, Daniel Bellamy, West Point, NY, Arts and Sciences, AFROTC, batallion commander, Pershing Rifles, company commander. Lindberg, William Rowland, Gates Mills, Ohio, Engineering, Program Council, special events comm, chrmn, Acacia, pres, vice-pres, IFC, UMC Bd, chrmn, Superior Student Program in Engineering, NSF Undergraduate Research Program, Summer Orientation Student Panel, High School Visitation Student Panel, Phi Epsilon Phi, Hammers, Sumalia, SabresaBlue Key, Heart and Dagger, Pi Tau Sigma, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi. ROW TWO-Lindvay, Paul David, Pueblo, Colo, Engineering, IEEE, AES. Linton, Helen Jane, Texas City, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Colorado Daily, bulletin ed, Freshmen Camp, counselor, Homecoming, pub comm, Nat'l Affairs Comm, secy. Lisron, Dianne Christine, Denver, Colo, Business, Alpha Delta Pi, asst soc chrmn, personnel comm, International Fair, prog chrmn, AWS Songfest, Westminster Fellowship, Campus Chest, Faculty Firesides, Beta Sigma, Intramurals. ROW THREE-Lobel, Lawrence H., Englewood, Colo, Business, Alpha Kappa Psi, CUAMA, Buff Ski Club, Riile and Pistol Club, Conservative Club, Intramurals. Loevenhart, Mary Virginia, Deerfield, Ill, Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, RB. Londer, Larvyg Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Homecoming, dance asst chrmn, Phi Sigma Delta. ROW FOUR-Long, Frank Lee, Arcadia, Calif, Business, Silver and Gold, Rally Com- mission, pres, Pershing Rifles, Tau Kappa Epsilon, pres, IFC, judiciary council. Losasso, Charles R., Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Young Democrats, Intramurals. Lucas, David Ned, Wheat Ridge, Colo, Engineering, NROTC, Lambda Chi Alpha. ROW FIVE-Lund, Alva James, Colorado Springs, Colo, Engineering, Business, CUAMA, Alpha Chi Sigma, tres, Delta Sigma Pi, historian, AIChE, AES, Young Republicans, Fresh- man Show, Engineers' Days, royalty comm, Band. Lundy, James Jerry, Hotchkiss, Colo, Busi- ness, CUAMA. Lupfer, Julia Marie, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. ROW SIX-Lutrringhaus, Susan Jean, Chatham, Nl, Arts and Sciences, Folksong Club, Alpha Delta Pi, songleader, Experiment in International Living, pres, Concert Band, Tau Beta Sigma. Lynch, Iohn Richard, Colorado Springs, Colo, Business, Delta Tau Delta, tres, Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Alpha Psi, Colorado CPA, student assoc. Lynde, Martha Alyce, Manchester, New Hampshire, Music, Band, staff, secy, Tau Beta Sigma, pres. ROW SEVEN-Lyons, Edward Russel, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Golf, Beta Theta Pi. Macy, William Woodford, Durango, Colorado, Engineering, AIAA, AES. Maddox, Ellen gi:-ig,Cl?1Iashville, Tenn, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, C-Bar-U Riding Club, Buff Ski Club, au 1. ROW ONE-Madsen, Patricia Marie, Arvada, Colo, Arts and Sciences, University Choir, Silver and Gold, Dorm Wing, soc chrmn, "Bye Bye Birdie," "Most Happy Fella," "Music Man", Alpha Gamma Delta, songleader. Magnuson, Evelyn Anne, Worcester, Mass, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, tres, scholarship chrmn, Young Republicans, Riding Club, CU Days Songfest, AWS Revue, Wesley Foundation, Campus Chest. Magruder, Cheryl Ann, Bakers- field, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, activi- ties chrmn, Student Advising, College Bowl, questions comm. Maguire, Joseph I., Steamboat Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, Drill Team, Young Democrats, Buff Racing Club, Senior Council, UN Week, Military Ball. Manago, Elaine Fumie, Kona, Hawaii, Education, Hawaiian Club, secy. Mann, Stan Keith, Boul- der, Colo, Business, Acacia, Intramurals, CUAMA. Mara- fvilla, Maria I., Nampa, Idaho, Arts and Sciences, Cosmo Club, Spanish Fiesta Chorus, Annual Spring Spanish Dept Performance. ROW TWO-Marder, Toni Anne, Honolulu, Hawaii, Arts and Sciences, YWCA, Alpha Chi Omega, house mgr. Marks, Constant Roberts, IV, Houston, Texas, Engineering, Band, Kappa Kappa Psi, Theta Xi, AES, SIAM, Buff Fly- ing Club. Marks, Lawrence Jeffrey, Phoenix, Ariz, Arts and Sciences, Freshman and Varsity Wrestling, Zeta Beta Tau, ASA, Political Science Club, Radio Club, ASUC Supreme Court, chief justice. Marlow, Elise Marie, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Resident Advisor, Sophomore Advisor, Chi Omega, Porpoise Club, WRA, secy, French Club, Buff Ski Club. Maron, Richard Henry, Littleton, Colo, Engineer- ing, Business. Marsh, Royclen Woodward, Loveland, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Phi Beta Kappa. Marshall, Terry Lee, Center, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Colorado Daily, reporter, wire ed, city ed, mgr ed, Sigma Delta Chi, Kappa Tau Alpha. ROW THREE-Martin, Guy Richard, Lakewood, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Varsity Track, Buff Ski Club, Pre-Law Club, C Club, Westminster Fellowship, Silver and Gold, Intramurals, Homecoming, dance comm. Martin, Sharron Lea, Pueblo, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Russian Club, Czech Club, Choir. Martindale, Colin Eugene, Fort Morgan, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Psi Chi, Phi Beta Kappa. Martins, Sharon Ann, Mexico City, Mexico, Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta, scholarship chrmn, asst house mgr, Homecoming, CU Days, YWCA International Fair, Colo- radan. Masalci, Daniel H., Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii, Engineer- ing, AES, IEEE, Kenkyu Club, vice-pres, Hawaiian Club, pres, Intermountain Collegiate Students, pres. Mates, Thomas Dean, Boulder, Colo, Business, Calico and Boots, pres, tres, exhibition team, Beta Alpha Psi, pres, Business School Bd, Beta Gamma Sigma, ASUC Budget Comm, Colorado Portfolio, business mgr, Silver and Gold. Mathe- son, Kathleen Ruth, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi, publicity chrmn, Panhellenic, Gamma Delta, food chrmn, soc chrmn, ULA Council, membership chrmn. ROW ONE-Mathews, Donna Lee, Boise, Idaho, Nursing, graduate program Mathis, Harry M., Deertrail, Colo, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Delta Sigma, CUAMA. Matlaclc, Roberta Annu, Long Beach, Calif, Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma, Resident Advisor. Maurer, Donald Eugene, Denver, Colo, Art: and Sciences. Maurer, Michael Steven, Indianapolis, Ind, Business, Phi Sigmz Delta, vice-pres, Phi Epsilon Phi, tres, Hammers, Club First Nighter, gambling chrmn. Maxson, Marjorie L., Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, pres, house mgr, asst tres, pledge secy, Mortar Board, Hesperia SPURS, pres, "Outstanding Spur of the Year," National Spurs Officer, dir oi: region IV, AWS Senate, IAWS rep, Pi Sigma Alpha, UMC Program Comm .chrmn of Spectrum Lecture Series, Panhellenic, jr Pnnhellenic, bylaws chrmn' Silver and Gold, Board of Directors of the Robins Awards of America, AWS Revue, stagecrew, Freshman Advising. Maxwell, Melissa, Kansas City, Mo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, vice-pres, Psi Chi, Young Republi- cans. May, Maryann Barra, Bennett, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Festival Chorus' Calico and Boots. ROW TWO-Mayberry, William S., Nederland, Colo, Engineering. McAl lister, Vermont Hatch, Greenwich, Conn, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, In tramural Football, Campus Chest, UMC Board, Men's Hearing Comm, Progra Comm, CU Days, gen chrmn. McBride, Kenneth Laverne, Boulder, Colo Business, Phi Epsilon Phi, Alpha Kappa Psi, CUAMA, Ink Blotter, Delta Tat Delta, Varsity Football, Intramurals. McCarthy, Vifilliarn Ellsworth, Denver Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Kappa Delta, sccy-tres, Psi Chi. McClanahan Thomas L., Denver, Colo, Business, NSO, Beta Alpha Psi, Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Epsilon Phi, Delta Upsilon. McClure, Daifitl L., Pueblo, Colo, Engineering AES, ASME, Pi Tau Sigma. McConnell, Virgilia Ann, Boulder, Colo, Educa tion, AWS Songfest, AWS Revue, CU Days, Buff Ski Club, SCEA. McCordick Shay, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. ROW THREE-McCormick, Cynthia Lou., Muncie, Ind, Arts and Sciences Coloradan, photography co-ordinator, AWS Senator, AWS Songfest, ge chrmn, Panhellenic, public relations chrmn, Greek Week, co-chrmn, Alph Omicron Pi, activities chrmn, pledge class pres, lr Panhellenic, vice-pres, C Days, royalty chrmn, NSO, exec council, UN Week, gen secy, Senior Clas Council, Campus Chest, planning comm. McCormick. Dtufirl Malcolm, Denver Colo, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. McCormick, Nancy Suzanne, Fullerton Calif, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi, tres, AWS Revue, publicity comm ASUC, health and welfare comm, Senior Council. McCuslecr, Carolyn, Denver Colo, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, People-to-People. McDill, Rolrrur Leroy, Arvada, Colo, Business, NROTC, Pershing Rifles. McDonald, Susa Lee, Riverside, Calif, Education, Pi Beta Phi, Dorm Council, Buff Ski Club. McDonough, Diane M., Haddonfield, Nj, Arts and Sciences, Freshman Camp director, counselor, SPUR, NSO, secy, discussion leader, CU Days, publicity, University Theatre, Sophomore Advisor, Colorado Daily, Pi Beta Phi, pleclg pres. McFadden, Carol, Winnetka, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Little Sister of Minerva. they saw the worl .wmv f"B'1- '3- -u."s. -uAL'?"9'f :SV 'V ' Hi' A"""" ? it , , , .,..::e':45'L' F ,YM nu! ,ws.."'11wf u us i 1 14... if nfl llv 1, 4-1-81 s"' ROW ONE-McGuire, Kathleen Lawton, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta, corres secy, SPUR, Hesperia, Mortar Board, Young Democrats, pres, tres, Pi Sigma Alpha. McGuire, Patricia Joanne P., Longmont, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Mclntire, Linda, Dayton, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, rush chrmn, Mclntyre, Bonnie Robin, West Covina, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Panhellenic Hearing Comm, Homecom- ing, asst gen chrmn, Angel's Flight, Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl, SAE Little Sisters, AWS Revue. McKibben, James Newell, Erie, Pa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, Golf Team. McLeran, Lu. Beth, Denver, Colo, Education, SPUR, Dorm Council, vice-pres, secy, pub chmm, Student Colo' rado Education Assoc, Campus Crusade for Christ, Inter- varsity Christian Fellowship, Westminster Fellowship. Mc- Swain, Barbara Ann, Winnetka, lll, Arts and Sciences, Homecoming, gen secy, CU Days, gen comm, UN Week Comm, Alpha Chi Omega. ROW TWO-Mellen, Roberta Louise, Denver, Colo, Business, Rally Comm, Cosmo Club, Zeta Tau Alpha, corres secy, tres, asst rush chrmn, AWS Hearing Board, retreat chrmn. Meloy, Sarah, Wilmette, Ill, Arts and Sci- ences, Porpoise Club, AWS Rep, Buff Ski Club, tres. Melvin, Janice Carleen, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Czech-Hungarian Circle. Merritt, Harold Lee, Englewood, Colo, Business, Delta Sigma Pi, Canterbury Club. Meyer, Kathleen Gail, Newport Beach, Calif, Arts and Sciences. Meyers, Richard Douglas, Arvada, Colo, Engineering, AIAA, Theta Tau, Buff Flying Club. Michaels, James E., lndiafiapolis, Ind, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma, Intra- mura s. ROW THREE-Michel, Arruin Herbert, Colorado Springs, Colo, Engineering, Intramurals, dorm chrmn, ISA, AES, IEEE. Miercort, Clifford Roy, Denver, Colo, Engineering, Buff Flying Club, Judo Club, American Institute of Archi- tects, student chap, AES, Silver and Gold. Miles, Marlin, Haxtun, Colo, Business, Beta Alpha Psi, Delta Sigma Pi, People-to-People, Marching Band, Concert Band, Kappa Kappa Psi. Miles, Patrick Leo, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sci- ences, Newman Club, Men's Glee Club. Miller, Martha Lee, Decatur, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, tres, sec vice-pres, Campus Chest, AWS Songfest, Buff Ski Club. Miller, Nancy Jane, Palos Verdes Penninsula, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, pres, Silver and Gold, Newf man Club, Fencing Club, Rally Comm, Panhellenic, NSO Forum Leader, Greek Week, publicity co-chrmn. Miller, Steven W., Oceanside, NY, Architecture, Phi Sigma Delta, Delta Phi Delta, AIA, Spads. ROW ONE-Milligan, Bette Ann, Sulphur Springs, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi, Panhellenic, vice-pres, Alternate Varsity Cheerleader, Little Sister of Minerva, AID, secy, Dorm, tres, Finalist for Top Coed on Campus, Song Festival, co-chrmn, Greek Bowl Cheerleader, Senate, secy, Tau Delta, Mills, Victoria Hambly, Boulder, Colo, Music, Festival Chorus, Sigma Alpha Iota, vice-pres, pres. Mishrnash, Myrna Joyce, Pueblo, Colo, Education, Buff Ski Club. ROW TWO-Mitchell, Grace Wliiting, Colorado Springs, Colo, Education, Silver and Gold, SAE Little Sister, AWS, Pi Beta Phi, CU Days Songfest. Mitchell, Jennifer Linda, San Francisco, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Migration Comm, AWS Revue, House Decorations Comm. Modglin, Judy, Denver, Colo, Education, Newman Club, SNEA, CEA, International Fair. ROW THREE-Moeller, John F., Shawnee Mission, Kan, Arts and Sciences, Hammers, Sigma Chi, vice-pres, secy, Freshman Camp. Mohrlang, Jerry De- Wayne, Loveland, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Dorm, athletic chrmn, pres, NSO, judo Club, vice-pres, MRHA, Senior Council, AFFS, Orphans Day Comm. Montgomery, Robert Lewis, Denver, Colo, Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, pres. ROW FOUR-Moor, Thomas Crain, Lamar, Colo, Education, Modern Choir, bus mgr, CU Buffoons, Chessman, MRHA, disciplinary comm. Moore, Mary Teresa, La Jolla, Calif, Education, Angel's Flight, Kappa Kappa Gamma, schol- arship chrmn, AWS Rep, SAE Little Sister. Moore, Wfilliam Arthur, Pasadena, Calif, Business, Ski Club. ROW FIVE-Morgenbesser, Harvey Neil, Brooklyn, NY, Arts and Sciences, Playet's Club, University Theatre. Morimoto, Frederick M., Bristol, Colo, Pharmacy, Phi Delta Chi, APHA, student branch. Morinalta, Colin K. H., Lihue, Hawaii, Engineering, IEEE, Hawaiian Club. ROW SIX - Moritz, Sandra Kay, Denver, Colo, Education, Dorm Officer, Bull Ski Club, Homecoming, Kappa Kappa Gamma, chaplain, pledge songfest. Mor- rill, Rodney L., Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Gamma Delta, pres, tres, regional vice-pres, Alpha Phi Omega, pledge class vice-pres, vice-pres in charge of pledges. Morris, Robin Ann, Shreveport, La, Education, AWS Senate, Angel's Flight, UMC Program Comm, Kappa Kappa Gamma. ROW SEVEN-Morrison, John Gary, Springiield, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Moschetti, Clara L., Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi. Mothershed, Mary Elizabeth, Shreveport, La, Arts and Sciences, NSO, Sophomore Advisor, Resident Advisor, Freshman Camp Counselor, 'LBest Dressed Girl on Campus", Homecoming Queen, Homecoming Comm. senior class vice-president jail' A-in in loc parenhs. eh,buHH ROW ONE-Mudd, Malvern Leo, Avondale, Colo Engineering, IEEE, AES. Mueller, Barbara F., Littleton Colo, Education, Silver and Gold, Homecoming Comm Campus Chest, Buff Ski Club. Mueller, Wfolfgang Fried rich Vffilhelm, Englewood, Colo, Arts and Sciences Anthropology Club, Young Democrats, Cosmo Club Murchie, Carl Roderick, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sci ences. Murphy, Marcia Gail, Denver, Colo, Arts anc Sciences, Delta Gamma, Porpoise, Dorm, scholarshi chrmn, Tau Delta, Delta Phi Delta. ROW TWO-Murray, Donald Bartlett, lr., Colorad Springs, Colo, Business, Alpha Kappa Psi, rush chrmn publ chrmn, Alpha Delta Sigma, lce Hockey Club CUAMA. Myers, Diane Davis, Minneapolis, Minn, Edu cation, Alpha Omicron Pi, vice-pres, AWS Rep, Cam pus Chest, solicitations comm. Nagel, Nicholas Snider Littleton, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Men's Glee Club Peace Corps Sub-comm, Folksong Club. Nasbarg, Sheil Myra, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delt Tau, rush chrmn. Nellis, Stephen Gilbert, Denver, Colo Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta, pledge pres, In tramurals. ROW THREE--Nelsen, Ronald Vlfalter, Denver, Colo Business, CUAMA, Varsity Rifle Team, AFROT Rifle Team. Nelson, Anna Afton, Los Altos, Calif, Art and Sciences, UN Week, publicity comm, Homecom ing Merchant's Decoration Comm, Boarding l-louse, secy Nelson, Arlo Clair, Pcetz, Colo, Business. Nestler, Ken neth Alfred, Oakland, Calif, Business, Alpha Ph Omega, Delta Sigma Pi, Varsity Swimming Team, Rock Mountain Rescue Group, Water Polo Club, I-likin Club, pres, IFCZISQ ASCE. Newman, Linda Ann, Denve Colo, Education, Sophomore Advisor, Alpha Ch Omega. ROW FOUR-Newport, lana Kroeger, Durango, Colo Arts and Sciences, CCCC, treas, Phi Beta Kappa Nicholls, Thomas Freeman, Piedmont, Calif, Business Varsity Swimming. Nichols, Katherine loan, Colorad Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta Niehans, Samuel Ray, Penrose, Colo, Arts and Sciences Nikkei, Daivid Keith, Wlieat Ridge, Colo, Arts and Sci ences, Freshman Camp, counselor, Freshman Football Freshman Track, UN Week Comm. ROW FIVE-Noblitr, Victor Lee, Boulder, Colo, Art and Sciences. Noe, David Marion, Canoga Park, Calif Business, Sigma Iota Epsilon, vice-pres, Delta Sigm. Pi. Noehren, Nancy Gail, Buffalo, NY, Arts and Sci ences, Resident Advisor, Buff Ski Club, Field Hockey Central Board, treas. Noel, Linda Lon, Rifle, Colo, Art and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Westminster Fellowship cabinet, Festival Chorus, Resident Advisor, Centra Board, secy, Senior Class, exec council. Nogsinge Willie L., Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. ROW SIX-Norris, Richard Harold, Ashland, Ore Business, Beta Alpha Psi. North, Mary Lou, Denve Colo, Arts and Sciences, Homecoming, dec comm Dorm Officer, Chi Omega, Semi-finalist Freshma Queen. Northrop, Merle Thomas, Boulder, Colo, Busi ness. Nossaman, Nicholas Indd, Durango, Colo, En gineering, Pre-Med, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Varsit Track, Boettcher Scholarship, Sophomore Class, treas C Club, AES. Novak, Carroll M., Boulder, Colo, Edu cation. ROW SEVEN-Novak, Leo Charles, Ir., Boulder, Colo Arts and Sciences, Acacia, Alpha Epsilon Delta, pro chrmn. Oaks, Milton Harold, Colorado Springs, Colo Arts and Sciences. O'Briun, Carol Elizabeth, Pleasan l-lill, Calif, Nursing, Graduate Nurse Club, pres. Oesch Bonnie Rae, USAF Academy, Colo, Education, Rifl Club, Fencing Club, NEA, AWS House, Presidents Council, Student-to-Student. Okey, John B., Pueblo Colo, Engineering, Newman Club, IEEE, secy, AES Slide Rule Follies, co-chrmn. ROW ONE-Pafford, Robert I., III, Sacramento, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Vikings, pres, Newman Club. Page, Robert Taylor, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Young Democrats, Court of Chevaliers, Buff Ski Club, Merchant Relations Comm. Paine, Crystal, Las Vegas, Nev, Education, Silver and Gold, Homecoming, dance comm, Dorm Wing, pres, Alpha Omicron Pi, corres secy, Homecoming, gifts comm. Palmer, Polly Ellen, Topeka, Kan, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, soc chrmn, Election Comm, Rally Comm, Finalist, Best-Dressed Girl, AWS, Homecoming, Silver and Gold, Young Republicans, COGS. Palmer, William Michael, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Westminster Fellowship. Parme- balcer, Scott Tedforcl, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, COGS, Freshman Student Counselor, Silver and Gold, IFC Songfest, CU Days Songfest, Varsity Tennis, Phi Delta Theta, alumni chrmn, in- tramural chrmn. Paris, Iane, Honolulu, Hawaii, Education, YWCA, International Fair, publicity chrmn, Panhellenic Advisor, AWS Songfests, Gamma Phi Beta, house mgr, rituals chrmn, Intramurals. Parke, Deanne Ellen, Atlanta, Ga, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, Silver and Gold. ROW TWO-Parker, Lindalu Kehaulani, Honolulu, Hawaii, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Religion in Life Week, Castle Belles, exec officer, Delta Phi Delta, Pi Beta Phi, rec secy, Freshman Camp Counselor, NSO Week, guide, CU Days Songfest. Parks, Maria Christine, Boulder, Colo, Education. Parquette, Richard Earl, Boulder, Colo, Business. Parsons, Janis, Fort Worth, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Pass, Elaine F., Denver, Colo, Education, Sigma Delta Tau, pres, exec, public relations, secy, Cosmo Club, Campus Chest, captain, CU Days, Hillel, Homecoming, Club First Nighter, Artist Series, E Queen, semi-finalist, SEA, UN Week. Pat- terson, lim Wayne, Grand Junction, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi Omega, Ski Club, Radio Club. Patzman, Stephen Narr, Tucson, Ariz, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Pi Kappa Alpha, vice-pres, Scabbard and Blade, secy, Freshman Camp, business mgr, SAME, AROTC, Cadet Club, pres. Pauelko, Charlotte A, Pasadena, Calif, Arts and Sciences, YMCA, Calico and Boots. ROW THREE-Paul, George Chandler, Littleton, Colo, Engineer- ing, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, ASCE, Chi Epsilon, Pearman, Michael Hamilton, Denver, Colo, Engineering, ASME, Intramurals. Peck, David Mitchell, Denver, Colo, Engineering, Alpha Chi Sigma, AES, Intramural Track, AIChE. Peery, Linda Littleton, Alexandria, Va, Education. Peloquin, Michael Ioseph, Uxbridge, Mass, Arts and Sciences, Colorado Engineer, proofreader, Alpha Phi Omega, corres secy, Deseret Club, Scoutmaster Troop I75. Pender, Phyllis Anne, Boulder, Colo, Business, Cheerleader, Beta Sigma, pres, vice-pres, Business School Student Board, secy, Rally Comm, CUAMA. Peoples, Milcee, San Marino, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Boarding House Presidents' Comm. Pepper, Trudy, Salt Lake City, Utah, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Phi, AWS rep, standards chrmn, pledge trainer. .or is it the carnpu ROW ONE- Perlman, Alice Fay, Memphis, Tenn, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Phi, House mgr, Campus Chest, secy, entertainment chrmn, UN Week, Binai Birith. Perlmarter, Natalie Wilma, Denver, Colo, Education, NSO, Campus Friends, Cosmo Club, Valkyrie, service chrmn, American Friends, service comm, Speakers' Congress, Intercollegiate debating. S Cop who dutifully sings usorrieone to watch over you" Persky, Sharon Kay, Independence, Kan, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau, tres, panhel- lenic rep, Homecoming Comm, Senior Council. ROW TWO-Peters, Harold Stanley, Grand junction, Colo, Engineering, AIChE. Peter- son, lane F., Whittier, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, CU Days Songfest, Home- coming, Young Republicans, LISAGA, Peterson, Marshall Keith, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Colorado Portfolio, staff, Writer's Conference. ROW THREE-Peterson, William K., Denver, Colo, Engineering, Delta Upsilon, Phi Epsilon Phi, Sumalia, Heart and Dagger, Tau Beta Pi, vice-pres, Sigma Tau, Sigma Pi Sigma, pres, IFC Judicial Council. Pettit, Paul A., Burr Oak, Kan, Business. Phillips, Bar- bara Anne, Bournemouth Hants, England, Arts and Sciences. R-Pierce, lohn Lowell, Boulder, Colo, Business, Air Force ROTC, cadet Arnold Air Society, Beta Alpha Psi, Lambda Chi Alpha. Piper, Robert Spencer, Mich, Business, Chi Psi, IFC. Pitman, Williani Michael, Pueblo, Colo, Arts and Alpha Epsilon Delta. FIVE-Platt, Charles Adriance, New Hartford, NY, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski pres, Buff Flying Club, University Band, Kappa Kappa Psi, American Society of Law. Poclolnick, Barbara loan, Wilmington, Del, Education, Sigma Delta Tau, Epsilon Sigma, Pi Lambda Theta, Kappa Delta Pi, secy. Pohl, Georgianna, Denver, Arts and Sciences, AWS, dorm hearing comm, dorm rep to AWS House, Student Court of Appeals, Homecoming, Balloting Comm, Summer Resident Advisor, AWS Comm, recorder. SIX-Points, Caroline Lee, Oklahoma City, Okla, Arts and Sciences, Mortar Board, igma, Election Commissioner, Artist Series Comm, SPURS, Teaching assr in Biology, Delta Pi. Poley, Robert Lee, Burlington, Colo, Engineering, Theta Xi, vice-pres, Alpha es, AlChE. Polumbas, Gary Michael, Denver, Colo, Engineering, Phi Gamma Phi, Sabres, Varsity Golf, Capt. FOU S Pl' ad -:Kim-l -" ,.: 487 ROW ONE-Portschi, Ieannine Elizabeth, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Colorado Litera Magazine, secy, Honors Union Council, secy, Cosmo Club, ASUC Office, secy, French Clu Tangent Magazine, secy. Powell, Mary Bomar, Vicl-tsburg, Miss, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Del Pi, house mgr, intramural mgr, WRA Sport Head. Powers, Dennis Maliiin, Westfield, Nl, Ar and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Phi Epsilon Phi, Hammers, Sumalia, Delta Upsilon, rec sec IFC rep, vice-pres, tres, UMC Board, ASUC Public Relations, Freshman Camp Counselo NSO, People-to-People, exec comm, Campus Chest, Lacrosse Club, NSA Regional Conventio Colorado Engineer, industrial ed, I-Ionors. ROW TVVO-Poyen, Iohn St. Saaifear, Ir., Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Arts and Sciences, P Gamma Delta, Buff Ski Club, Intramurals. Preston, Margo Irmnette, Medford, Ore, Arts and - ences, Delta Delta Delta. Prince, James M., Fort Worth, Tex, Arts and Sciences, Marching Symphonic Band, Little Concert Band, Kappa Kappa Psi, Delta Sigma Phi, secy. ROW THREE-Parser, G. Keith, Grand junction, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Puxty, Pauline, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Calico and Boots, tres, American Society of Technologists, student chap, vice-pres, Westminster Fellowship. Rabbitt, Leigh M., Balboa, Business, Phi Delta Theta, Campus Chest, frat chrmn, Silver and Gold, vice-pres, tres, Beta Sigma. ROW FOUR- Rademacher, lane, Highland Park, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Mortar Board, Alpha Phi, vice-pres, ASUC Comm, Sophomore Advisor, AWS comm, Campus Chest, Senior class, secy. Rappe, Melodic, Boulder, Colo, Education, murals, mgr, Sophomore Advisor, University Choir, AWS Songfest, Resident Advisor, Redak, Willicim Iames, Ir., Albuquerque, NM, Arts and Sciences. ROW FIVE-Redmond, Alan Hayes, Denver, Colo, Business, CUAMA, Intramurals, Club. Reed, James Dafuitl, Denver, Colo, Engineering, Business, Acacia, Tennis, AES, Reed, Ronald Harold, Colorado Springs, Colo, Music, Band, Orchestra, University ,lazz semble, Phi Mu Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi, Intramurals, Program Comm. ROW SIX-Reef, Willircm Wczllis, Denver, Colo, journalism, Alpha Delta Sigma, pres, IFC, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, pres. Reilly, loan, Baytown, Tex, Arts and Sciences, Delta Reinsel, Suzanne Marie, Wyomissing, Pa, Arts and Sciences, Wesley Foundation, exec secy, Chi, Young Republicans, Alpha Gamma Delta. ROW SEVEN-Reisenweber, Mary Lynne, Aberdeen, SD, Arts and Sciences, University theran Assoc, Medical Technologists Club. Reynolds, James Steven, Denver, Colo, Engineerit Radio Club, Buff Ski Club, AIEE, secy, IEEE, Engineering Ball Comm, NSF Undergrad Resear SSP. Rice, Clair Malcolm, Ill, Northbrook, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Men's Glee Club, B Ski Club. ROW ONE-Rich, Lyn Adele, Steamboat Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, French Club, AWS, Resident Advisor, Central Board, People-to-People. Richter, Judith A., Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, UN Week, gen comm, RILW, gen comm, Alpha Omicron Pi, scholar- ship chrmn, tres, Hesperia, Mortar Board, tres, Public Relations Commissioner, Advisory Board, YWCA, secy-tres, Freshman Camp, counselor, Iota Sigma Pi, tres. Ritchie, Louise leufdtluow, Washington, DC, Arts and Sciences, Women's Glee Club, Chi Omega, Cosmo u . ROW TWO-Ritchie, Melvin Edward, Denver, Colo, Engineering, Alpha Phi Omega, AES, Scouts. Rhine, William Glenn, Denver, Colo, Engineering, Delta Sigma Phi, pres, AIAA, IFC, AES, Silver and Gold. Rhodes, Williani Thomas, Eaton, Colo, Engineering, ASME, Student Veterans Assoc, tres. ROW THREE-Roath, Margaret, Dallas, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta, tres, scholarship chrmn, Senior Class Council, corres secy, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Alpha Kappa Delta, Program Comm, Homecoming Comm, CU Days Comm. Roberts, .lolm E., Fort Collins, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Men's Glee Club, UN Week, co-chrmn, Collegiate Council for UN, ASUC International Affairs Comm, NSO, People-to-People, Lambda Chi Alpha, pres. Robbins, Ellen, Amboy, lll, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, People-to-People. ROW FOUR-Robbins, Frederick Arthur, Hinsdale, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega, Buff Ski Club, NSOC, CU Days, prog comm, Hammers. Robbins, Mary Anne, Miami, Fla, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega. Robinson, Gerald Bernard, Boulder, Colo, Music, Kappa Kappa Psi, Players' Club, University Men's Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Little Concert Band. ROW FIVE-Robinson, William loseph, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Young Demo- crats, ASUC Off-campus Senator, NSA, delegate, CCA. Rockey, Arfvilla Rumsey, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Kappa Delta. Roddy, Linda, Mason City, Iowa, Arts and Sciences, AWS Revue, Little Sisters of Minerva, Miss CU Finalist, Delta Gamma. ROW SIX-Rollins, Becky Ann, La junta, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Symphonic Band, Little Concert Band, Young Democrats, Newman Club, Dorm Wing, floor rep, vice-pres. Rornine, Kathryn Sue, Boulder, Colo, Education, Porpoise Club, secy, vice-pres, pres, Buff Ski Club, activities chrmn, secy, CU Racing Club, WAA Ski Team, Kappa Delta Pi. Ron' ning, Donald Eugene, Appleton, Minn, Engineering, AES, ASCE. ROW SEVEN-Root, Mary lo, Arvada, Colo, Business, Silver and Gold, Buff Ski Club. Rose, Leslie Barrosg Oak Park, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Panhellenic Delegate, advisory bd, Alpha Omicron Pi, junior Class Council. Rosenbaum, Evelyn Ioan, Fort Meade, SD, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Alpha, University Choir, Rally Comm, cotres secy. ' 4 Z C S-3: '? ?.- ROW ONE-Rosenthal, Carolanne, New York, NY, Arts and Sciences, Festival Chorus, French Club, pres. Rosentrater, Gary L., Greeley, Colo, Arts and Sciences. ROW TWO-Rotontii, Richard Iohn, Golden, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Delta, tres, Newman Club, "Outstanding Freshman Biology Student" Award. Rougas, Nick S., Pueblo, Colo, Pharmacy, Phi Delta Chi, APhA. ROW THREE-Rousseau, Diane Bodine, Madison, NJ, Arts and Sciences. Rowland, Diana Margaret, Longmeadow, Mass, Arts and Sciences, Campus Chest, International Fair, Alpha Gamma Delta, ed, guard, College Bowl, question comm, Newman Club, Queen Candidate for Coloradan. ROW FOUR-Rujfalo, Laura Shelton, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Delta, tres, Tau Delta, Campus Chest. Rush, Maxine Louise Miles, Haxtun, Colo, Business, Business l-l0nor's Seminar, Beta Sigma. ,div 1" ROW ONE-Ryland, Dwight Edwin, Denver, Colo, Education, Men's Marching Band. Rymer, Robert Andrew, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, UN Week, hospitality chrmn, Student Travel, Chi Psi, Festival Chorus, Hellfire Club, BBD. Sadeghi, Nasser, Aspen, Colo, Architecture, AIA, Festival Choir, Orchesis, Cosmo Club. Sajbel, James Thomas, Pueblo, Colo, Pharmacy, Pharmacy School, student council, American Pharmaceutical Assoc. Saliman, Ronald Alan, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Home- coming, CU Days, Freshman Camp, Rally Comm, Campus Chest. Sander- son, Janet Sue, Monte Vista, Colo, Music, Sigma Alpha Iota, vice-pres, Festival Chorus, University Choir. Sato, Takashi Myron, Hilo, Hawaii, En- gineering, Pershing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade. Sayre, Bonney Elizabeth, Grand Junction, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Campus Chest, Special Events Comm, Homecoming, publicity, Alpha Phi, AWS Revue, Russian Choir, Girl's Glee Club. ROW TWO-Sayre, Susan. Ellen, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, exec council, "C" Book, section ed, Silver and Gold, Health and Welfare Comm, secy, AWS Revue, publicity chrmn, Pi Beta Phi, pledge pres, corres secy. Scarpella, Judith Lee, Louisville, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Newman Club. Schafer, Rollie R., Akron, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Psi, Concert Band, Menis Marching Band, Intramurals, Cosmo Club, Anthropology Club. Schaible, Michael Duane, Akron, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Tau Delta, tres, pres, Delta Phi Delta. Schatfer, Robert Martin, Port Arthur, Texas, Engineering, IEEE, Council of Married Students, pres, tres, COMS Senator, Festival Chorus. Schisler, James LeRoy, Aurora, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Men's Glee Club, Rally Comm, tres, In- tramurals, Campus Chest, asst gen chrmn, Homecoming, NSO Group Forum, co-leader. Schoedinger, David Stanton, Columbus, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma, Buff Ski Club, Cosmo Club, Dorm Wing Officer, Intramurals. Schreiber, Charlene Ruth, Denver, Colo, Education. ROW THREE-Schriber, Laurie Newlin, San Marino, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Dorm Officer, Pi Beta Phi, Special Events Comm, LISAGA, Buff Ski Club. Schroeder, David E., Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Schwartz, Michael Ralph, Chicago, Ill, Business, Beta Alpha Psi, student assoc, Colorado Society of CPA's. Schwartz, Susan Bette, Charlotte, NC, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Phi, secy, pledge trainer, UN Week, Freshman Queen Finalist. Seabourn, Dennis Victor, Durango, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Searing, Carol Ann, Dearborn, Mich, Arts and Sciences, Resident Advisor, Women's Cwlee Club. Sechler, Joyce Alden, Wheat Ridge, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, Rally Comm, YWCA Council, Chi Omega. See- hafer, Karen Martha, Wilmette, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club. ROW FOUR-Seemann, Siegfried Frederick, Boulder, Colo, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Seuell, John Woorlson, Littleton, Colo, Arts and Scif ences, Silver and Gold, Phi Epsilon Phi, Hammers, IFC, judiciary council. Sevier, Cheryl Anne, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Porpoise, Pan- hellenic, Delta Gamma, exec comm, PEMM, vice-pres, tres, WAA Out- standing Freshman Woman, AWS Revue, Slide Rule Follies. Sewell, Stanley Gordon, Sweetwater, Texas, Business. Shaffer, Sharon Leslie, San Diego, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Little Sisters of Minerva, Pi Beta Phi, soc chrmn. Shaw, Roberta Susan, Mansfield, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, Student Library Comm, Conservative Club, Buff Ski Club. Shawen, Ray Anderson, Scottsdale, Ariz, Arts and Sciences. Shawver, R. Kent, Phoenix, Ariz, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, Merchant Relations Comm, ASUC, W F Dyde Student Forums, UN Week, NCJC Delegate, American Society of International Law, Pi Sigma Alpha, Chi Psi. the Campus rerriernberecl as red roofs and green grass ROW ONE-Shearer, Karen I., Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Sheehy, Paul J., Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Resident Advisor, Intramurals. Shellabarger, Susan Lynn, Littleton, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Women's Glee Club, Orchesis, choreography for con- cert, Pi Beta Phi, house officer, pledge class scholarship chrmn, SPUR, AngeI's Flight, commander, Panhel- lenic, AWS Senator, senior in charge of scholarships, Mortar Board, UN Week, Honors Program. Sherinslci, Lawrence Richard, Wantagh, NY, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Sigma, alumni corres, historian, recorder, Buff Ski Club, Cosmo Club. ROW TWO-Siegel, Richard Jay, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Club First Nighter, Young Dems. Silver, Susan Marie, Vicksburg, Miss, Education, Sigma Delta Tau, secy, Senior Class Council, Academic Chairman of Senior Class. Silvernale, Sondra Sue, Brighton, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, tres, pres, AWS Revue, CU Days Songfest, Panhellenic, Homecoming Royalty Comm, Greek Week Comm, Senior Class Exec Council. Sims, Donald George, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, MRHA, publ chrmn, Men's Glee Club, vice-pres, Newman Club. ROW THREE-Sincovec, Richard Frank, Pueblo, Colo, Engineering, Delta Upsilon, Buff Ski Club, Cam- pus Chest, SIAM. Sise, Leslie, Brookline, Mass, Arts and Sciences, CU Racing Club, Campus Chest, Alpha Phi, AWS Revue, Ski Team. Skinner, Frederick Wil- liam, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Honors Union Council, pres, Arts and Sciences, Academic Advisory Comm, Freshman Camp, dir, counselor, ASUC Senate, Sumalia, Heart and Dagger, Honors Program, Colorado Daily, assoc ed. Smith, Gloria Ann, Canton, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi, corres secy, Tau Igelta, Program Comm, christmas dec chrmn, AWS evue. ROW FOUR-Smith, Martha Melinda, Chevy Chase, Md, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi, Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon, Little Sisters of Minerva. Smith, Nancy Marie, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Women's Glee Club, Dorm Officer, Hiking Club, Buff Ski Club, Church Choir. Smith, Pamela Jean, Arvada, Colo, Arts and Sci- ences, Young Republicans, Buff Ski Club, Dorm Wing, vice-pres, Sophomore Advisor, Roger Williams Fellow- ship, Gamma Phi Beta. Smith, Robert Allen, Pueblo, Colo, Electrical Engineering, AES, IEEE, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Highland Baptist College Fellow- ship, pres, Intramurals. ROW FIVE-Smith, Rodger Dallery, Summit, Nl, Business, Delta Sigma Pi, secy, Sigma Iota Epsilon, AFIT Student. Smith, Vlfilliam Lee, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Smylie, Iohn Robert, Columbus junction, Iowa, Business, Phi Kappa Tau, Spectrum Lecture Series. Snively, Williztm Roger, Oxnard, Calif, Arts and Sciences. ROW SIX-Sodal, lngvar Edmund, Trondheim, Nor- way, Engineering, IEEE, Cosmo Club, ANSA, Folk- dance Club. Sollid, Johannes, Morgedal, Norway, En- gineering, ASCE, AES, CU Racing Club, Intramural Track, Cosmo Club, pres, ANSA, pres. Spahn, Peter Richard, New York, NY, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma, Judo Club, Buff Ski Club, Young Republicans. Spaid, Albert Theodore, Ir., Limon, Colo, Education, NEA, CEA, NAST. ROW SEVEN-Spaller, Gail Helen, Dallas, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, AWS rep, house mgr, Coloradan, index ed, Honors Program, Silver and Gold, Young Republicans, AWS Revue. Spangler, Kath- erine, Denver, Colo, Education, Panhellenic, advisor, NSA-Cec Convention, XVinter Carnival, Steering Comm. Sparks, Melvin Eugene, Cortez, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Basketball, Baseball. Sparre, Paula Dallas, Westlicld, Nj, Arts and Sciences, UMC Program Comm, live music comm, YWCA Dorm Reps, vice-pres, Alpha Omicron Pi, songleader, social chrmn, assr rush chrmn, Campus Chest, SPUR, International Fair, UN Week, evaluations comm, AWS Revue, People-to-People, Homecoming Queen Attendant, Homecoming Royalty, chrmn, Honors. Fit V' . lin . .r,:R -A'-'l. . f 'N :ff '- , ,..,,.-.-- '-go. FF enchanting surroundings create lofty inspiration or luxurious lethargy ROW ONE-Spence, Iulie Ann, Indianola, Iowa, Education, Porpoise, secy, Boarding House, pres. Spruth, lohn Murray, Chicago, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Football. Spunaugle, Nancy Louise, Council Bluffs, Iowa, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta, corres secy, house mgr, Women's Glee Club, AWS Revue. Stallings, David L., Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Stark, E. Nancy, Schenecf tady, NY, Arts and Sciences, Resident Advisor, Sophomore Advisor, Festival Chorus, Central Board, Hearing Board, advisor, Artist Series Usher. Starlin, Dwane Lee, Akron, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Acacia, social chrmn, Silver and Gold, Hammers, Freshman Camp, counselor, Portugese Club, Model UN, Dorm, social chrmn. Staton, Mary Florence, Atlanta, Ga, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Orchesis, Kappa Delta Pi, CU Girls Swimming Team. Stauffer, Loretta Faye, Salina, Kansas, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, pledge class vicefpres, asst songleader, Women's Glee Club, Homecoming, Slide Rule Follies, Air Force ROTC Ball Queen Attendant, CU Days. ROW TWO-Steacy, John Brian, Lakewood, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Steele, Robert Michael, Elmhurst, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Chi, tres. Steen, Cora A., Meeker, Colo, Education. Stegner, Kenneth Dale, Fort Collins, Colo, Business, Arnold Air Society, AFROTC. Stein, Fredrick Michael, Las Vegas, Nev, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Players Club, Young Democrats, Zeta Beta Tau, American lnstitue of Physics, American Chemical Society, Enrolled in grad school and grad teaching assistantship in sr year, NSF Research Grant. Steinernann, Sue Laurel, Port Washington, NY, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, music, co-chrmn of spring seminar, Forum of Young Americans, secy, AWS Revue. Stephens, Arthur Brooke, Phoenix, Ariz, Arts and Sciences, Chess Club, Departmental Honors. Stephens, Kathleen Gertrude, Newark, Del, Arts and Sciences, Women's Glee Club, Resident Advisor, Sophomore Advisor, Freshman Camp Counselor, YWCA, pres, Panhellenic, secy, advisor, Gamma Phi Beta, AFSC, NSO Leader. ROW THREE-Sterling, Roberta Lee, Belleville, Ill, Business, Beta Sigma, tres, CUAMA, Resi- dent Advisor, AWS Rep, Campus Chest, Buff Ski Club, Women's Glee Club. Sterrett, Margaret lane, Colorado Springs, Colo, Education, Festival Chorus, Homecoming, dec comm, publicity comm, secy, Zeta Tau Alpha, activities chrmn, Mom's week-end chrmn, asst social chrmn. Stevens, Mary T., Albuquerque, NM, Education, AWS Revue, CU Days Songfest, Coloradan, Homecom- ing, alumni comm, Club First Nighter, Alpha Chi 'Omega, chaplain, social secy. Stewart, Mary Sargent, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Stewart, Meta Jane, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Stewart, Patricia Ann, Grand junction, Colo, Education, SPUR. Stahl, Vemillyn Ella, Arts and Sciences, Valkyrie, Sophomore Advisor, AWS Hearing Board, Cosmo Club, Honor Wing Steering Comm, Campus Crusade for Christ, Home Economy Club. Stoiber, Carlton Ray, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, ASUC, pres, Academic Affairs Comm, Honors Union Council, vice-pres, tres, Honors Program, Three-Year Masters Degree Program, NSA, congress delegate, Student Leader Delegation to Southeast Asia, Arts and Sciences Student Advisory Group, chrmn, Freshman Camp, director, counselor, NSO, RILW, Religious Programming Board, Pacesetter, President's Award, Honors Day Comm, Sumalia, Heart and Dagger, UN Week Finance Board, Spectrum Lecture AC? gy' it Series Board. Lia, ROW ONE-Stone, Andrew Leonard, Long Beach, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Canterbury Club, Alpha Phi Omega. Stone, Iames Zardus, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Colorado Port- folio, exec ed, Reading Committee. Stone, Patricia Io, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Penny Poetry, ed, Colorado Portfolio, ed, Three Year Masters Program, ASUC Public Relations Com- mission Hobby Unit, Penny Prose, ed. ROW TWO-Stopher, Karen Sue, Estes Park, Colo, Music, Modern Choir, Gamma Phi Beta, songleader, Sigma Alpha Iota, chaplain, Rally Comm. Stover, Andrea, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Iota Sigma Pi, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Valkyrie. Strong, Robert Mallory, Denver, Colo, Chi Psi, summer rush chrmn, Buff Racing Club, Buff judo Club, Ski Instructor at Winter Park, Colo. ROW THREE-Stuart, Linda Mae, Valencia, Venezuela, Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta, social chrmn, Dorm Standards Board, chrmn, Cosmo Club, vice-pres, Latin American Club, secy, Sophomore Advisor, Student Production, "Of Thee I Sing." Suhre, Ernest Dow, Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Sunshine, Gayle Ann, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sci- ences, Sophomore Advisor, NSO, Sigma Delta Tau, first vice-pres, pledge trainer. ROW FOUR- Swaggart, Mark Woodriaff, Denver, Colo, Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, IEEE. Swanstrom, Iulie M., Duluth, Minn, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Rally Comm, Homecoming, Panhellenic Songfest, Slide Rule Follies, Delta Delta Delta, Glee Club. Swarclenski, Jana Sue, Peoria, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, publicity chrmn, Home- coming, Delta Delta Delta, historian, party chrmn, Tau Delta. ROW FIVE--Swartz, MaryAnn, Louisville, Colo, Arts and Sciences, PEMM Club, Orchesis, pres, Homecoming Musical. Tapp, John Bethel, I-Iarrodsburg, Ky, Business. Tapscott, Robert Edwin, Denver, Colo, Engineering, Alpha Chi Sigma, vice-pres, pres, AlChE, tres, vice-pres, Sigma Tau, E-Days Queen Comm Chrmn. ROW SIX-Tatman, Edith Madean, Greeley, Colo, Arts and Sciences, AWS Songfest, AWS Revue, Campus Chest, Delta Delta Delta, social chrmn, public relations. Testerman, Gerald Ivan, Fountain, Colo, Business, Alpha Kappa Psi, Sigma Iota Epsilon. Thisdale, Adelard Joseph, lr., Portland, Conn, Business, AFIT Student. ROW SEVEN-Thomas, Joseph Leigh, Perrysburg, NY, Business, CUAMA, Alpha Kappa Psi, Buff Ski Club. Thomas, Karen Jean, Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, YWCA, International Fair, co-chrmn, Sophomore Advisor, Temporary I-Iearing Comm, Anthropology Club. Thompson, Betty Kay, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, SPUR, Dorm Wing, vice-pres, AWS Revue, Alpha Omicron Pi, scholarship chrmn, YWCA, prog comm, International Fair, Senior Council, corres secy. erious seniors ,Juv ROW ONE-Thompson, Jane Howell, Ogden, Utah, Education, YWCA, Alpha Delta Pi, guard, soc chrmn, pres, Panhellenic. Thompson, Sharon Ann, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, SPUR, Program Comm, asst comm, Kappa Kappa Gamma, secy, rush chrmn, Phi Beta Kappa. Thompson, William Ells- worth, Columbus, Ind, Arts and Sciences. Tiefel, Judy Pauline, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Cosmopolitan Club. Tippert, Cherie Dillon, Woodland Hills, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi, chaplain, IFC Songfest, COGS, AWS Revue. Tollefson, Roland William, Greeley, Colo, Journalism, Sigma Delta Chi, pres, Lutheran Student Assoc, AFROTC, Colorado Daily, reporter. Tompkins, Jay Bruce, Lakewood, Colo, Engineering, IEEE, AES, Slide Rule Follies, chrmn. Tooley, Day Clifford, Denver, Colo, Engineering, AES, ASME, Delta Upsilon, Phi Epsilon Phi. ROW TWO-Tozer, James Michael, Pueblo, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Buff Flying Club. Trumbo, Kirby J., Henderson, Nevada, Busi- ness, Intramurals. Tschirgi, Sheila, Tucson, Ariz, Arts and Sciences. Tucker, Frank G. E., Rifle, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Pacesetter 1964, ASUC Health and Welfare Comm, Campus Chest Board, Dorm Pres, Homecoming Royalty, NSO, ASUC Public Relations, sub-comm, UN Week. Turk, Eugene Richard, Denver, Colo, Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Tau, AES, IEEE. Turner, David Jack, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Hammers, Varsity Gymnastics, C Club, Pentagon Club, Phi Kappa Tau, tres, soc chrmn, Intramurals. Turner, Pamela Lee, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi. Turnquist, Kathleen Louane, Evergreen, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Freshman Camp, director, Alpha Delta Pi, secy, pledge class scholarship chrmn, NSO, Panhellenic Advisor, Porpoise, skit director, pub chrmn, AWS Revue, Inter- national Fair, chrmn of UN Booth, Mock UN Security Council, Russian delegate. ROW THREE-Ulbrich, Roger Horst, Geneva, Ill, Engineering, Business, ASME, pres, Pi Tau Sigma, corres secy, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi, AES, control bd, ASTME, Alpha Kappa Psi, Delta Tau Delta. Underhill, Brian, Randolph, NH, Arts and Sciences, Hiking Club, Rocky Mountain Rescue Team, Festival Chorus, Radio Club, Buff Ski Club. Urbach, Jerry Lee, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Club First Nighter, Intramurals, Porpoise, Varsity Swimming. Urefuig, Judith Ann, Brookings, SD, Education, Winter Carnival Snow Queen, Head Cheerleader, Alpha Phi, officer, UMC Dance Comm, chrmn, Dawn Yawn Dance Comm, Spirit and Morale Comm, Rally Comm, Homecoming, Dorm Officer, Vadala, Julia Ann, El Paso, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Coloradan, business mgr, organizations ed, SPUR, Senior Class Council, Resident Advisor, Central Board, vice-chrmn, College Bowl, Pi Sigma Alpha, Alpha Omicron Pi, International Fair, booth chrmn. Vahrenwald, Jack Duane, Fort Collins, Colo, Business, Campus Chest, NSO, Rally Comm, Pi Kappa Alpha. Valls, Barrie Curtis, Aurora, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Vance, James Shelton, Denver, Colo, Business, Silver and Gold, Migration, Homecoming, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, rush chrmn, soc chrmn, alumni dir. ubstitute final flings for final exancis . . 495 3. .,- 75 I "Mx .-3, A, , 41? 1 'Z A fd? gf"'g - "sky-. YY. 4.- fini fain: 1 fd,-:m5'1v1II IEYIUIIYIIIIU gw'ffg'v1vwx'l'H'l """ A me A ROW ONE-Vancini, Francis Edward, Plymouth, Mass, Business, CU Racing Club, Buff Ski Club, Newman Club. Vargas, Victor Leo, Pueblo, Colo, Busi- ness, Speaker's Congress, exec council, Delta Sigma Pi, chancellor, Debate Squad, Delta Sigma Rho, CUAMA. Vasquez, Edward M., La Junta, Colo, Pharmacy, American Pharmaceutical Assoc, Phi Delta Chi, worthy prelate. Verdin, Virginia Brooks, Santa Barbara, Calif, Arts and Sciences. Vetter, Amy Marie, Wilmette, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, pledge pres, SPUR, Cosmo Club, prog chrmn, AWS Hearing Bd, Hesperia. Vetter, Robert Anthony, Cincinnati, Ohio, Engineering, IEEE. Vileid, Arne Wilhelm, Sandef- jord, Norway, Engineering, ASCE, AES. Vincent, James Hamilton, Winnetka, Ill, Engineering, Phi Kappa Psi, pledge trainer, AIAA, Buff Ski Club, Slide Rule Follies. ROW TWO-Vincent, Nancy Jean, Denver, Colo, Education, Delta Gamma, vice-pres, Homecoming Queen Semi-finalist, Miss CU- Finalist. Vodian, Ronald Hugh, Pueblo, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Delta, IFC, Homecoming, Silver and Gold, Buff Ski Club, Campus Chest, CU Days. Voorhees, Patricia Ann, Akron, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi. Vosburgh, Sandra Gay, Leawood, Kansas, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Panhellenic, tres, hearing bd, Angel's Flight, SPUR, Hesperia, NSO, advising asst, Canterbury Club, AFROTC Ball Attendant, CU Relays Attendant, Phi Delta Theta Queen, Program Comm, International Fair. Waddington, William Joseph, Hill City, SD, Business, Delta Sigma Pi, historian, Sigma Iota Epsilon, Russian Club. Wagner, Donna Lee, Denver, Colo, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi, rush chrmn, public relations officer, pledge trainer, convention delegate, Campus Chest, In- ternational Fair. Wagner, Samuel Albin Mar, Brighton, Colo, Arts and Sciences, People-to-People, tres, Russian Club, arts and crafts chrmn, Colorado-Wyoming Baptist Student Movement, pres, nat'l conf chrmn. Waldo, Mary Lou, Littleton, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, CU Days, Honors, AWS Songfest, Psi Chi, Gamma Phi Beta, alumnae and faculty relations chrmn, Intramurals. ROW THREE-Walker, Donald Robert, Webster Groves, Mo, Arts and Sci- ences, Sigma Chi, Alpha Delta Sigma. Walker, Wayne Edward, Denver, Colo, Business, CUAMA, Buff Ski Club, Intramurals, Hockey Club. Waples, Jannes Jenifer, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Porpoise, Buff Ski Club, secy, Miss CU Finalist, Winter Carnival Queen, runner up, AWS Revue, CU Days Songfest. Ward, Margaret Elizabeth, Port St joe, Fla, Arts and Sciences, Transfer from Stephens College, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Warner, David Hunt, Albuquerque, NM, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi, COGS, Rodeo Club. Warner, Elizabeth Ann, Albuquerque, NM, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, vice-pres, Mortar Board, Phi Beta Kappa. Warnoclc, Willard Kearns, Loveland, Colo, Arts and Sciences, ASUC International Affairs Comm, UN Week, Home- coming, publ chrmn, Pi Sigma Alpha, Campus Chest, Silver and Gold, Cosmo Club, Russian Club, vice-pres, Experiment in International Living: Young Republicans, Buff Ski Club, Colorado Collegiate Assoc, rep, Honors Prog, Student Advisor, Sigma Chi, secy, Phi Beta Kappa. Warren, Robert Edwards, Englewood, Colo, Engineering, Alpha Phi Omega, vice-pres, sgt-at-arms, ASCE. and crowded terrace ROW ONE-Warwick, Elizabeth M., Aubum, Calif, Arts and Sci- ences, Zeta Tau Alpha, hearing bd, standards comm, publicity chrmn, Buff Ski Club, Young Democrats, AWS Revue, ticketsalesman. Wash- ington, Alice Ebie, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Resident Advisor, AWS Senior Senator, AWS Songfest, YWCA, secy, tres, nominating comm, CORE. Watada, Robert Y., Fort Lupton, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Forum of Young Americans, Cosmo Club, Ken- kyu Club, Alpha Kappa Psi. Watanabe, Roy Takashi, Honolulu, Hawaii, Engineering, AIAA. Watson, James Clyde, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Folksong Club, Alpha Chi Sigma. Weed, Arthur H., Englewood, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Freshman Track. Weidner, Walter Dean, Colorado Springs, Colo, Business, Dorm, pres, social chrmn, CUAMA, Young Republicans, Gamma Delta. Weimer, LeRoy Marvin, Fort Morgan, Colo, Engineering, ASME, AES, Varsity Rifle Team, captain. ROW TWO-Weingarth, Frederick Charles, Littleton, Colo, Busi- ness. Weinstein, Steve Allyn, Denver, Colo, Business, Beta Alpha Psi, Delta Sigma Pi. Weissenbach, Linda Northrup, Columbus, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Panhellenic, advisory bd, Student Advisor, Football Flash Card Section, chrmn. Welch, Kathleen Ann, Pueblo, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, French Club, Newman Club, UN Week, College Bowl. Wellein, Patricia Ann, Wheatridge, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Campus Chest, commander, Delta Delta Delta, Sophomore Advisor, AWS Court, clerk, AWS Rep, Dorm Council, Slide Rule Follies, dec comm, CU Days, royalty comm, ISA, secy, Silver and Gold, AWS Songfest. Werschkul, Judith Carol, Portland, Ore, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, Miss Perfect Body, finalist, Gamma Alpha Chi, pres, Boarding House, pres, secy, Presidents' Council, Homecoming, Club First Nighter, Campus Chest. Wertz, Patricia Joy, Pittsburgh, Pa, Arts and Sciences, I-liking Club, vice-pres, asst tres, Colorado Mountain Club, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, University Choir. West, Aubrey D., Littleton, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi, Homecoming, musical, CU Days, book asst, advertising chrmn, Buff Ski Club, Speaker's Congress, CU Forensics Team, Council of Greek Students, NSO. ROW THREE--West, Carolyn Ann, Greeley, Colo, Arts and Sci- ences, Silver and Gold, Dorm Officer, Homecoming, CU Days, song- fest, Tau Delta, secy, Pi Beta Phi, AID, junior affiliate. Westerberg, James Frank, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, ASUC Rally Comm, migration chrmn, IFC Newspaper Ed, CU Days, COGS, vice-pres, C-Book, asst ed, ed, Sigma Nu, rush chrmn, pledge trainer, Sigma Delta Chi, Alpha D'elta Sigma. Westervelt, Judith Nelson, St Louis, Mo, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta. White, Jan Marie, Omaha, Nebr, Arts and Sciences, Women's Glee Club, Porpoise, Campus Friends, Resident Advisor. White, Karen Jane, Whittier, Calif, Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, panhellenic rep, AWS rep. Wh tney, Cynthia Farley, Dublin, NH, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club. Whitney, Gary Shannon, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sci- ences, Chi Psi, secy, rush chrmn, Buff Ski Club, Intramurals, Dorm, publicity chrmn, UMC Decorating Comm. Whitten, Chrisjean Clark, Amesbury, Mass, Arts and Sciences. iw- 'Qw- 'S l Y:- 44" ROW ONE-Whyel, Adelaide Davison, Flint, Mich, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, Young Republicans, International Relations, Cosmo Club. Wier, Sharon Lynne, Lakewood,' Colo, Arts and Sciences, Young Republicans, Newman Club. Wilcox, Karen Louise, Akron, Ohio, Arts and Sciences. ROW TWO-Williams, Dorothy Wendy, Evanston, Ill, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Kappa first chrmn, Buff Ski Club, membership chrmn. Williams, George D., Boulder, Colo, Business, Tau Kappa Epsilon, tres, Men's Glee Club, pres, tres, Homecoming, asst gen chrmn, Colorado Portfolio, business mgr, C Club, Newman Club. Williams, Gwen Merrily, Corvallis, Ore, Business, ASUC, Pompon Girl, SPUR, Orchesis, Angel's Flight, Kappa Alpha Theta. ROW THREE--W'illiarns, Joann, Larson Air Force Base, Wash, Arts and Sciences, YWCA. Williams, Nancy Kaye, Colorado Springs, Colo, Education, AWS Rep, revue, songfest, Cam- pus Chest, Castle Belles, historian, CU Days, songfest, Alpha Phi, standards chrmn. Williams, Ronald Oscar, Denver, Colo, Engineering. ROW FOUR-Wilson, Gilbert, Maryport, England, Education, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Kappa Theta. Wilson, Melinda lean, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Chemistry Club. Wilson, Wil- liam Wheeler, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, ROTC, SAME, Scabbard and Blade, Dis, tinguished Military Student. ROW FIVE--Wise, Henry Iohn, Ouray, Colo, Business, Sigma Chi, Varsity Swimming, capf tain. Wise, Thomas Robert, Cincinnati, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Rodeo Club, Intramurals. Wisgerhof, Paul Randall, Golden, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Young Republicans, Campus Chest. ROW SIX-Withington, Robert Preston, lr., West Newton, Mass, Arts and Sciences, Young Republicans, Rifle Club. Witte, Warren Arthur, Wauwatosa, Wis, Arts and Sciences, ASUC Voluntary Service Comm, chrmn, Festival Chorus, Resident Advisor, Pi Sigma Alpha. Wohl- fert, Elfrieda L., New Rochelle, NY, Arts and Sciences, Young Republicans. ROW SEVEN-Wolfle, ,lane Allen, Wilmington, Del, Arts and Sciences, AWS House, Dames Club, Riding Club, Women's Glee Club. Wolters, ,luclith Louise, Arcadia, Calif. Arts and Sciences, SPUR, Delta Gamma, Dorm Co-ordinator. W'oorl, Mericleth Wells, La- Crescenta, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Transfer from University of the Pacific, Calif, Kappa Alpha Theta. the best class graduates ,,.--A , -- f , -' 'Hr 'W ' ' ,'-in i ' . saw , fir . V " -, ,A V i - -:--,gf ,pa ,, D . ' HY. ,L . . 1 ,, ' ' ,-1. .- -. - , .L N u-1 A J 5 , M t re:-ff: , ,, V . A .3 ,,i'ifEitfrtiW5'f" X f'f.L-if ' ag 'WW' " 4 ,a,'sfWaf"'ifi' ' 'J I ...,A:f,M,t.,,wk.i jgjlwip is-f-1-f. 4" ROW ONE-Wood, Robert Gillies, Los Angeles, Calif, Business, NROTC, Navy Rifle Team, Navy Flight Indoctrination Program, Intramural Football, Track, CU Racing Club, Buff Ski Club. Woodtuorth, Martha Kennard, Dover, Mass, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, Cosmo Club, Buff Racing Club, AWS Rep. Works, ,ludith L., Palos Verdes, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, vice-pres, Jr rep, Coloradan, organizations ed, copy ed, International Fair, dec chrmn. ROW TWO-Wright, Charles A., San Antonio, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Hammers, IFC, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, pres. Wright, Elizabeth Rawnsley, San Diego, Calif, Arts and Sciences, AWS Rep, AWS Rules Comm, Buff Ski Club, Campus Chest. Wriglit, Mary lane, Arcadia, Calif, Arts and Sciences. ROW THREEfWright, Virginia Diane, Midland, Mich, Arts and Sciences, Hiking Club, vice-pres, Festival Chorus. ROW FOUR-Wyse, Vivien Philipp, Pacific Palisades, Calif, Arts and Sciences. Yamato, Robert Kazunori, Honolulu, Hawaii, Engineering, IEEE, Hawaiian Club, pres. Yeoman, Thomas O., Goodland, Kan, Arts and Sciences, Three Year Masters Program. ROW FIVE-Yoder, Norman Earl, Santa Ana, Calif, Business, Silver and Gold, NSO, group discussion leader, Pi Kappa Alpha, Homecoming Dance Comm. Yonkers, Anne Gooclale, Glencoe, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, Tau Delta, tres, Buff Ski Club, Delta Phi Delta. York, Judith Dianne, Englewood, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Valkyrie, historian. ROW SIX-Young, Mary Elizabeth, Moberly, Mo, Education, Silver and Gold, SPUR, Castle Belles, Dorm Songfest Leader, Delta Gamma, songleader, Slide Rule Follies. Zacheis, David Warden, Alamosa, Colo, Engineering, Business, Sigma Tau, pres, Scabbard and Blade, captain, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Delta Sigma Pi, Heart and Dagger. Zimbleman, Harold Frank, Denver, Colo, Engineering, AES, AIAA, Colorado Society of Engineers. ROW SEVEN-Zinn, Martin III, Santa Barbara, Calif, Business, Alpha Phi Omega, vice- pres, UN Week, gen comm, Army ROTC, Cadet Club, pres, Sigma Iota Epsilon. Zurstadt, garbara Lee, Evansville, Ind, Education. Zurstadt, Donald Henry, Evansville, Ind, Arts and ciences. and three other beet classes fill afi- . :Q ' -, ""'Tuwin the void 5' 'Q' ell? .9-PY 4 p-3, r'7"' C V! A 'J 'X 4 ,4 ,, -'59 C 'S 5 bil G fx! I1 -ag-.5 .HI l,,'L',. c J 0 ,fx W ,Ulu "? wl-V r 1 : F A . l" ' l'I xl ROW ONE-Mascitelli, Carolyn Lea, Coal Creek, Colo, Nursing, Honor Code System, pres, Student Council, vice-pres, secy, CSNA, vice-pres, dorm council, floor rep, jr-Sr Banquet, prog comm, NSNA Convention Delegate. Matkin, Suzanne, Libural, Kansas, Nursing. ROW TWO-McCorkle, Shirley M., Denver, Colo, Nursing, Alpha Delta Pi, CCCC, Dorm, floor rep, Westminster Fellowship, CSNA, Mortar Board, lr-Sr Banquet, prog chrmn, President of Student Body for School of Nursing, WRH, social comm. McCurdy, Susan, Denver, Colo, Nursing. McKenzie, Penny Lynn, Granby, Colo, Nursing, Buff Racing Club, Dorm Wing, pres, CSNA, rep, secy, Choir, Racing Team, ,lr-Sr Banquet, prog comm, Ski Team. Meyring, Nancy Carol, Boulder, Colo, Nursing, Choir, Judicial Comm, CSNA. ROW THREE-Miller, Christie Anne, Colorado Springs, Colo, CCCC, CSNA, Navy Nurse Corps Candidate Program. Helen Elizabeth, Las Animas, Colo, Nursing, CSNA, Stu- dent Council, Constitution and By-laws Comm. Pedas, Rnsanna, Pueblo, Colo, Nursing. Pinson, Ioan Delores, Arlington, Va, Nursing, Ski Club, CCCC, vice-pres, Freshman Camp, Judicial Comm, Movie Project Comm, Class Raffel Project Comm, chrmn, Banquet, Class Chilli Supper Project Comm. FOUR-Prusnick, Maria Agnes, Cleveland, Ohio, Nursing, Phi Beta, CSNA, Senior Supper Comm, Jr-Sr Banquet, Soc' Comm, Buff Ski Club, CCCC. Roach, Chris Ann, Arvada, Colo, Dorm Hearing Comm, Newman Club, Religious Week, comm. Scheideman, Judy Ann, Brush, Colo, Nursing, social comm, Silver and Gold, Social Comm, CSNA, Stu- Student Body, tres. Schoclc, Carroll Louise, Denver, Chi Omega, CCCC. FIVE-Spam, Sally Nadine, Grand junction, Colo, Nursing, Delta Delta Delta, Choir, CSNA, Social Comm, Publicity Newman Club, Turner, Barbara Marie, Durango, Colo, CSNA, Choir, Social Comm, CCCC, School of Nursing Chrsitian Center Volunteer, Nurses' Christian Fel- VanGundy, Sheryl Lynne, Colorado Springs, Colo, Nursing, Christian Fellowship, University Bible Fellowship, Band, au Beta Sigma, Choir, CSNA, Student Council. Young, Bonnie Denver, Colo, Nursing. uniting all rneri: the desire to create health and instill -rv' ,Z i vs hope r y f i-J l .. lx i il -A .- lr it TH ET. A ,-i, I, ' 5, 4: ,Wi 4 9 fr , .- cn " 1 --....,,. X - Q Q ff V f.,,A Xing X . li 3 4 7 M i" .- A ' .l I F5 if ' 4 . 4' Q' Ib - i Y 1 . J, " , -GL? - 3 L, . g 5" E , gf ' ' jg 2:-1. r' K 1"',,f H " X 1. ,. A Qrr-9 'L--,P I-J' U .9 '.'..'.V 1,55 'Q:.7 ' 9 , 6' greater perceptiorl of the responsibility to justice and society, the law degree ROW ONE-Broaclhurst, Kenneth Lynn, Belle Fourche, SD, Law Phi Delta Phi, officer. Brown, Robert Allen, Delta, Colo, Law, Ph Kappa Psi, house mgr, Beta Alpha Psi, Phi Delta Phi, clerk, Lega Aid Clinic. Burns, John Albert, Carroll, Iowa, Law, Senior Seminar, Phi Delta Phi, Student Bar Assoc. Carpenter, Charlton Henry, Boul der, Colo, Law, Law Review, Legal Aid Clinic, Phi Delta Phi. ROW TWO-Coors, Henry George, Albuquerque, NM, Law, Lega Aid Clinic, Rothgerber Competition, Phi Delta Phi, Law Class Pres Fennie, Kent Jerome, Yuma, Colo, Law, Legal Aid Clinic, Phi Delt Phi, director, Student Bar Assoc. Greer, Gary L., Boulder, Colo, Law Law Review, Student Bar Assoc, Phi Delta Phi. Hatton, Alvin Earl, Baton Rouge, La, Law, Phi Delta Phi, Student Bar Assoc, ASU Library Comm, Phi Gamma Delta. ROW THREE-Hay, John Leonartl, Grand junction, Colo, Law' Law Review, ed-in-chief, Phi Alpha Delta, tres, Rothgerher Com petition, Student Bar Assoc. Helwig, Norman Robert, Colorad Springs, Colo, Law, Law Review, comment ed, Legal Aid Clinic, Ph Delta Phi, Pi Kappa Alpha, American Law Student Assoc. Hodges Jay, Antioch, Calif, Law. ROW FOUR-Houlehan, Donald A., Boulder, Colo, Law, La Review, articles ed, Phi Delta Phi, Student Barr Assoc. Jensen, Ala N., Denver, Colo, Law, Rothgerber Competition, Regional Moo Court Team, Quaere, Delta Phi Delta, University Choir, Players Club, UN Week, CU Days, Colorado Daily, Alpha Phi Omega Krueger, Carl Dennis, Cody, Wyo, Law, Student Bar Assoc, vice-pres Legal Aid Clinic, Phi Delta Phi, Rothgerber Competition. ROW FIVE-Landwehr, Lawrence J., Phoenix, Ariz, Law, Studen Bar Assoc, Rothgerber Competition, Legal Aid Cinic. McGill, Ann Irene, Denver, Colo, Law, Phi Alpha Delta, Law Review Board Ohrenschall, John Clement, Sacramento, Calif, Law, Law Review ROW SIX-Polsby, Daniel H., Norwick, Conn, Law, Law Review ed, Phi Delta Phi, pres, Black Acres. Reiclielt, Hulbert Eri, lll, Iulesburg, Colo, Law, Student Bar Assoc, Legal Aid Clinic, director Phi Delta Phi. Rosener, Stanley luan, Fort Morgan, Colo, Law, Roth gerber Competition, Phi Delta Phi. ROW SEVEN-Shepherd, Sheldon L., Newark, Ill, Law, Phi Alph Delta. Showalter, Robert Dean, Denver, Colo, Law, Law Review Legal Aid Clinic, Storke Scholar, Rothgerber Competition, Phi Delt Phi, tres, Business School Board, chrmn, Dean's Award, Beta Alph Psi, pres, Delta Sigma Pi, pres, Sigma Nu, pres. Spelts, Richard J., Sterling, Colo, Law, Law Review, business mgr, Law Class, vice-pres SBA Delegate, San Francisco Convention, Legal Research Dept Asst Phi Delta Phi, Cane Bearer. index A Acacia .............. ........... ........ 2 0 6 Aden ............................... ........ 3 51 Administration ............. ........ 1 29 Administration Services . ........ 139 Alamosa Wing .......... ........ 3 14 Air Force .................... ........ 3 86 Alpha Chi Omega .... ........ 1 74 Alpha Chi Sigma ...... ........ 3 96 Alpha Delta Pi ............. ,....... 1 76 Alpha Delta Sigma ..... , ....... 397 Alpha Epsilon Delta ....... .397 Alpha Epsilon Phi ..,.... ........ 1 78 Alpha Gamma Delta ....... ........ 1 80 Alpha Kappa Psi ........... ........ 4 00 Alpha Omicron Pi ....... ........ 1 82 Alpha Phi .................... ........ 1 84 Alpha Phi Omega .............................. ............ 3 98 Alpha Tau Omega .......................................... 208 American Institute of Aeronautics .............. 402 401 American lnstitute of Chemical Engineers American Society of Mechanical Engineers American Society of Medical Technologists Angels' Flight ,..,................................................ Apartment Living ............................................ Arapahoe Wing ................. ........ Architecture, School of ....... ........ Army ROTC ..................... ........ 3 88 Arnold Air Society .......................... ........ 3 94 Arts and Sciences ...........................,................ 443 Associated Engineering Students ................ 404 Associated Women Students ..........., ........ 1 64 ASUC .....................,.......................... ........ 1 58 Athletics .,....................,.............. .,...... 2 49 B Baca Wing ......................... ........ 3 19 Baker Hall ............................... ......., 3 37 Baptist Student Union ......... ........ 3 79 Baur Wing ......................... .,...... 3 O9 Beta Alpha Psi .............. ........ 4 04 Beta Theta Pi .............. .,...... 2 10 Bigelow Wing ,..............,.. ........ 3 24 Board of Publications ....... ........ 1 28 Board of Regents ............ ........ 1 33 Boarding Houses ........ ........ 3 54 Brackett Hall ...... ........ 3 52 Buff Ski Club .......... ........ 4 40 Buff Flying Club ............ ........ 4 21 Business, College of ......... .....,.. 1 45 genemn index Engineering, School of ...... Extension Center ................ F Farrand Hall ......... ........... Festival Chorus .............. Fremont Wing ....... , ............ G Gamma Phi Beta ................ Gilpen Wing .............. Graduate School ........ Greeks ...........................,.. Gunnison Wing ........,......... H Hallett Hall ......................., Harding Wing ................ Heart and Dagger ....... Hesperia ...................... Hillel .................................... Hoff's Student House ............ Honorary Organizations ...... Hui O'Hawaii ...................,.. Hunter's Lodge .,................ l Interfraternity Council ..,... Intramurals ...................... I journalism, School of ...,.... Judo Club ........................ Junior Class Council ,......... K Kappa Alpha Theta .......... Kappa Delta Pi .............. Kappa Kappa Gamma ...... Kappa Kappa Psi ............ Kappa Phi ..................... Kappa Sigma ......... Kenkyu Club ..,...... Kiowa Wing .................... Kittredge Complex ............ L Lambda Chi Alpha .......... Law, School of ................ Lester Wing ............. Libby Hall ...... , ...... .......147 .......156 Penny Pershing Rifles .......... Poetry ...................... Pharmacy, School of ........ Phi Delta Chi ................ ...........307 427 Phi Delta Theta ...... Phi Epsilon Phi ...........348 Phi Gamma Delta .... Phi Kappa Psi ........ Phi Kappa Tau ........ ........192 ........32O .....,..155 .,......165 ........339 Phi Sigma Delta ........ Pi Beta Phi ............ Pi Kappa Alpha ...... Pompon Girls .......... Porpoise ............................. Program Commission ...... Psi Chi. ..................,............. ........313 ........325 .......376 .......373 ........38O Publications ......................... R Religious Organizations ..... Residences ....... .................... .......360 Reynolds Wing ........369 Roger Williams Fellowship .......431 Royalty .......360 S Sabres .................................... .......17O ..,.....299 Saguache Wing ............... Scabbard and Blade .... Seniors ......... ......,............ Senior .......148 .,......432 Sgwell Sigma Sigma Sigma ...........413 Sigma Sigma ....... Silver Class Council ......... Service Organizations ......... Hall ........................... Alpha Epsilon ......... Alpha lota ............ Chi ...................... Delta Tau ...... Nu .................. Phi Epsilon ........ Tau ................ and Gold ................... Sophomore Class Council Speakers Congress 196 433 419 Soccer 434 340 331 Special Interest Organizations SPUR .......................................... Student Nurses .......................... ........222 149 Sumalia ...................... Summer School ...........326 .,......318 Summit Wing ........ ........ C Lincoln Wing ...... ....... ....... 3 4 4 T Calico and Boots .................................. ........ 4 24 M ZFHU 3-'Ita gi ---------- -------- C C f C d C ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 406 , au eta igma .... Cglzsslfuryoiiisgciaggg .'-.-..- S Ill- Viii -.-' 3 7 8 MacDonald s'Student House ..... ........... 3 64 Tau Delia I-,--.---..----.-,,--.-.-- Castle Belles ,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 3 91 Mccaulel' V093 -------------------------- ----------- 3 11 Tau Kappa Epsilon ............. Cheerleaders .,-.----.------A--. ..-....- 2 52 McK.eehan Wing .................... Chi Epsilon ........ ........ 4 05 Medfcmev School of """ U Chi omega -.-.--- .-..--.' 1 86 Medical Technologists ...... University Band Chi Psi ............. Colonial ................ Coloradan ................ Colorado Daily .......... Colorado Portfolio ......,. Cosmopolitan Club .v...... Craven Wing .............. CUAMA .................. CU Riders ......................... D Deeter Student House ......... ........ 3 61 Delta Delta Delta ............. Delta Gamma .................. Delta Wing .............. Delta Sigma Phi ...... Delta Sigma Pi ......., Delta Tau Delta ................... ........ 2 16 Delta Upsilon .......,..................... ........ 2 18 Departmental Organizations ....... ........ 3 95 Dreher Student House .,........... ........ 3 58 E Eagle Wing ......................... Education, School of ............. ........ 1 46 Ehrenkrook Student House ..... ........ 3 59 ........212 ........356 ........116 ........122 ........126 ........428 ........31O ........407 ........425 ........188 ........19O ........338 15 Men's Residence Halls Association Montezuma Wing .......... Montrose Wing ........... Mortar Board .................. Music, School of ................ N Navy ROTC ........................ Newman Club .............. Nichols Hall .................... Nursing, School of ............ ........Z14 ........41o 0 Orchesis ................................ Order of Chessmen ........ Organizations ..........,.... Otero Wing ............. Ouray Wing ......... ....... P Pacesetters ....... ....... Panhellenic ....... Menis Cooperative House ............... ........... Menis Glee Club .............................................. Mesa Wing ............................................,........... Military Organizations .......... ....... ........... University Bible Fellowship University Choir ....,............ University Life ..................... University Memorial Center Board University of Colorado Law Review V Valkyrie ......... ............... Viking Club ....... .............., W Wesley Foundation .......... Willard Hall. ...................... Winter Carnival ................... Women's Glee Club ......... ,. Women's Recreation Association Women's Residence Halls Association Y Young Republicans Club Yuma Wing ......................... YWCA ................ ................. Z Zeta Beta Tau .................. Zeta Tau Alpha ........ student index A 216, 364 Aakkula, Kirsti M. .... . Abbott, Claire E. .,.............. . Abbott, John Patrick ...... ..... Abbott, Shasta Loraine ....... Aboul, Hamayel Mohamad .........186 .........190 .........349 .322, 443 ........428 Abdul, Latif Numan A. .......... .... 4 28 Abernathy, Samuel C. Jr. .403, 411 Abernethy, Ronald P. ................ 389 Accardi, Laverne B. ............ 413,452 Ache, Warren Franklin ..... .206, 452 Acheson, Barbara Jane .........,.,. .2361 Ackerman, Corrie Janice .192, 320 Ackermann, Norma Rae ............ 100, Ackland, Len Earl .........,..... Adair, Barbara Lee ...... 174, 188, 375 .216, 369 375, 440, 174, 375 Adair, Robert William ................ 401 Adams, Adams David Bruce ..170, Edward Lewis ...,..r Baily,lCar1 Griffith , ....... . Adamsl Adams 1 Kathleen Camille Myrna Claire ......... ,........351 .176, 333 .........452 Adams, Nancy Gale ............ 186,333 Adams, Ronald Tracy .,,....... 396,452 Adams, Sally Barnes .................... 174 Adams, Sally Lou ........ 186,390,452 Adamson, Sandell ................ 194,324 Aden, Mike Gregory A. .... 170, 222, 372, 437, 452 Adkins, Susan ............,..,..... Aerstin, Franklyn, G.P. .... . Aeschleman, Vance E., Jr. . Agatsuma, Patricia K. ...... . .........452 .396 401 415, 452 .........244 ........328 Agron, Allen David .,.......... 400,452 Agron, Gary Alan ........................ 232 Aguirre, Jesse ................................ 242 Ahern, George Irving, Jr. ............ 341 Ahlvers, Ann Elizabeth ...... 314,439 Aho, Wayne Alan ........................ 335 Aiken, Arthur Lloyd Jr. .............. 242 Aikin, Richard Page ,...... ......... 3 52 Ainouz, Majid ..................,,.......... 428 Ainsworth, Richard K. ................ 210 Aitchinson, Peter W. .................. 428 Aitken, Kent Lacy ................ 226,278 Akenhead, Patricia Ann .............. 182 Akenhead, Sherry Lynne .,.......... 328 Alban, Kenneth Davis ........ 232,369 Albert, David Merle .................... 232 Albrecht, Marie Theresa ...,322,419 Albritton, Diana J. ........,............. 316 Alcorn, Marie Alaina .......... 311,424 Aldaz, John Eloy ....... . .................. 403 Aldridge, John ,............................. 410 Alexander, Diane Gibson ....... ...311 Alexander, Earle M. 111 ........ 218,389 Alexander, James R. Jr. ........ 206, 304 Alexander, M. C. ........................ 174 Alexander, W. C. ........... ......... 2 38 Alexander, Wallace B. .........,...... 238 Al Fakhri, Imad .,........,................. 428 Alfonso, Paul Anthony ...... 403,411 Barber, Algyer, Marilyn McKay ...... 198,356 Al Hasser, Farouk ........................ 428 Ali, Yousef .............,.,...........,........ 428 Alison, Carol Frances ................. 332 Alix, Donald Paul ,.......,..,.... 403,411 Alkire, Lee Allen ...,.,.......... ..206, Allen, Carolyn ..,.......... ............. Allen, Charles Denis ..... ......... Allen, Kathleen ........... ..,...... Allen, Margery Jean .,,.......,.......,, Allen, Mary Margaret ......,... 182, Allen, Pamela . ........................... .. Allen, Roger Evans .............. 266, Allen, Thomas R. ,,..,.....,..... 345, Allera, Kay Lynn ......... ............. Alles, Mary Virginia .................... Allies, Mitchell Reed .,.............,.... Alling, Ronald Volney .,..,.., 346, Allison, Virginia Lee .......... 327, Allman, Mary Elizabeth .......... ,,.. Allton, Laura Lynn ...............,...... Al Mashat A Amir Aziz .,......,... Alport, Barbarba Alice ................ Alsayegh, Abdulhadi Y .,............ Alsup, Judith Holland ................ Altans, Andre ...,............. Alter, Robert Dale ......... Althen, Gary Lyn ........................ Altman, Linda Margaret ............ Alverson, Jon Bernard .......i........ 335 194 441 452 314 357 194 340 383 184 320 382 383 Allison, Dallas Kent .....,....,.,....... 346 419 198 190 428 200 428 198 218 220 452 333 242 224 Alvord, Ellsworth C. .... . Alwart, Stephen John ......... Ambrose, Jane Frances ....... Ambrose, Laurence David . Ambrose, Nancy Jean ......... Ament, Dan Wendell ,.... .... Ament, Donald Douglas ..... Ames Henr Theodore r . Y J - Amesse, Carol Eloise .........,. ,........349 .190, 375 .........232 .........31l .........402 .433, 452 .,,.....442 360,443 Ancell, Wilma Jo ..................-.... 323 Andersen, Karen ........... ......... 4 52 Andersen, Larry Jon ................,,.. 216 Andersen, Svein G. . ,....... ............. 4 26 Anderson, Barbara Gail ...... 196,368 Anderson, Burke Richard ..,....... 425 Anderson, Cheryl Edler .............. 322 Andersen, Constance M. .... 324,406 Anderson, Douglas A. ..,..... 338,376 Anderson, Douglas R. .,..,... 216,372, 400, 404, 427, 452 Anderson, Ellen Taaffe .............. 324 Anderson, Eric C. ....,,.. 216,364,452 Anderson, Gregg Robert .............. 425 Auld, Robin Kidd .......,......, Aumiller, Larry Dale ........, Austgen, Paul Phillin ....,..., Austin, SusanKay ............... Avedon, Raymond ............. Axsom, K. Ralph ....,............ Azar, Yvonne Yvette ..... . Azcui, Sandoval Juan ........... B Baba, Ahmed Abdelhadi Babb, Marilyn Louise ......... Babcock, Colton William Babson, Robert G., Jr. ........ . Baca, Kathleen Gayle ......... Baccus, Clinton Warren Backer, Tor Olav ................ . Backus, Robert Alfred ....... Backus Terr Wa ne y y ......... Bacon,, Sherye Lee .....,..,.,.. Badgett, James Franklin .... .352, 353 234, 341 ..,,,....343 .198, 309 .........234 .44B, 453 .....,,..174 338, 428 ..,,.....428 ...,.....311 .437, 448 .220, 430 .........359 .........453 .426, 428 .........125 .220, 453 .....,.,.355 345, 402, 421, 453 Baer, Barry Steven ........ 232,374, 38 125 Baer, Marsha Yvonne .,........... Bahan, Robert Paul ,........ .... Baiamonte, Carolyn S ......... Antonides, Jean Marian ....... .. .... . Apple, Constance A. ........ . Anderson, Gwendolen Jae ..324, 406 Anderson, James Anton .........,.... 443 Anderson, Karen .,..,......,.............. 194 Anderson, Karen Lee ...,...... 328,452 Anderson, Karen ......... ...,,...,.... 1 92 Anderson, Karen Sue ..............,... 319 Anderson, Karen V. ............ 190,320 Anderson, Karol Lee . ............. 411 Anderson, Kathryn S. . ...,............. 452 Anderson, Kenneth A. ......,. 407,452 Anderson, Lonnie Jean ...... 188,452 Anderson, Margaret S. ........ 182,453 Anderson, Mary Esther .............. 324 Anderson, Norma Louise ....,.,..... 328 Anderson, Paul Clark 2389, 391,394 Anderson, Sandra Sue ........,....... 329 Anderson, Sherwood H. .... 222, 382, 443, 452 Anderson, Stanley lvar ......,......... 242 Anderson, Thomas Lynn .... 216,369 Anderson, William Dean .......... 238, 415, 452 Andolsek, William C. ..............,, 403 Andrews, Elizabeth K. .......,....,... 317 Andrews, Joan Mae ...... 174,413,453 Andrews, John Joseph ........ , ........ 441 Angell, Lynn Ellen .........,.. ......... . 432 Anna, John Lawrence ......,....,.... 224 Anschicks, Earl Nelson ..............., 222 Antle, Rudy Joe .................... 338,379 188 320 196 Applegate, Sarah L. .,...... . Applegate, William S. .....,.......... 371 381 Bailey, Byron Wright, Jr. ......... . Bailey, David Tiffany ..238, 298, Bailey, Gordon R., lr. ............,.,.. . Bailey, Jean Elizabeth .................. Bailey, John Martin .............. 210, Bailey, Richard Kirk .............,..,... Bailey Virginia B. ....... Bain, Cheryl Suzanne Bainbridge, Alexander G. ,.....,.. . Bainton, Marjory.E. .............. 317, Bair, Barbara Gail ........................ Baird, Cheryl Maye ....... ......... Baird, Roger Lee ............... ........... Baird, William Douglas .......,..., Bajari, James Richard ...............,.. Baker, Diane Jon ..,.......... ......... Baker, Emerson D. Jr ................... Baker, John David . ............... 441, Baker, Judith Lee .............,..,..,..,. Baker, Baker, Lynn Paul .................... J .... Baker, Marilyn McGee ................ Baker, Richard Andrew ............., Baker, Richard Burl ............ 240, Baker, Sandra Lee ........................ Baker Victoria E. ....... ........ . Bakshi, Ashok Kumar Bakstad, Ragnhild ....... Balcomb, Philip Ray ....... Baldridge, Karla Sue ....... Baldwin, Barbara Anne Balice, Judith Ann ........, ,........ Balk, Jim ........................................ Ball, Delilah Raymond C ,... 196, Ball, Nancy Helen ........................ Ball, Richard Neal ........................ Bellah, Arthur Blaine ..400, 421, Ballard, Gerald Doylue ..... Ballas, Bill John .......,......... Bammes, Karel Lynn ..... Banducci, Antonia L. ............... . 453 333 236 453 398 196 453 350 317 414 184 350 439 316 359 346 236 453 192 236 453 327 Laura Lea .,........................ 309 275 453 242 334 500 325 428 426 206 361 314 322 266 375 182 388 453 329 453 309 321 246 Bank, Daniel Stephen ...... Bank, Kent Mads ........ 170,212, 389, 397,407,453 Banks, Estes McLeod .. ....... ......... 2 66 Banwell, James Godfrey .... 340, 382, 398,454 Banwell, Mary Lou .............. 174,454 Banzhaf, William Henry .... 212,454 Barbee, Andrew R., Jr. .... Barber, Beverly Scott .....,.,. Charles Leon ,........ Appleton, Gary Robert ................ Aranci, Jean Ann ..,........ .......... 1 82 Arhiter, Jerome L. ......,..........,....., 350 Arbuckle, Elaine Martha .....,...... 357 Arbuthnot, Gay ............................ 190 Archer, Corinne Adele ....,. 324,406 Archibald, Sandra Lee ................ 378 Arford, Bonnie Lou ............ 176,324 Arfsten, Lonnie D. ...................... 294 Armanazi, Ghayth ................ 428, 432 Armbrust, George Aime ...... 338, 381 Armour, Arlene Diane ................ 192 Armour, Tom Milton ................., 230 Arms, Mary Ann .......... 180,317, 375, 383,443 Armstrong, Donald Neil ..,..,...... 343 Armstrong, Elizabeth L. .............. 174 Armstrong, Gregory W .............. 340 Armstrong, James Curtis ......... 208, 374,430 Armstrong, James Daniel .......... 110, 398,453 Armstrong, John W., Jr. .............. 222 Arnason, lngimundur .................. 222 Arndt, Donna Louise ,.... ..... 3 22,415 Arneson, Patricia Kathy ...... 184,321 Arnold, James Daniel ................ 339 Arnold, Sherwood C. .................. 234 Arnold, Ward Sanford .....,,..,...,.. 348 Amon, Harold David .................. 264 Arnot, Carold Christine ............ 188 Aronson, Carl Henry ........ ..359, 403 Arries, William Gerald ...,..244, Barber, John Wilford ..... Barbo, Michael Joseph ....... Barby, Cathy Jane ........... Barker, Moya May ....... Barker, Sharon Ann .....,, Barkley, Sherrilyn Sue Barlow, Jan Byron ............... Barnard, Betsy Moore Barnard, Catherine Anne . Arriza, John Gerald .................... Artman, Jean Roberta .................. Arvidson, Ove Sven . .......,... Ascher, Michael S ....... .212, Ashby, Raymond Earl 355, 397, Ashenfelter, Leloy Kay ........ 406, Ashley, Cecilia Kent ............ 188, Ashley, Gary Ba yne .............,....,. Ashworth, Jo Ann ...................... Ashworth, Wendy M 340 264 182 264 453 419 360 228 319 309 312 Asmus, Joyce Carol ...................... Asper, David Webster ........220, 335 Atkinson, John Turner ........ 222,453 226 Atwell, Geoffrey W .................... Auer, Carole Ann .............. 174,453 August, Suzanne Brown ............ 357 Barnes, Carol Phyllis ......... Barnes, Douglas F. ......., . Barnes, Marsha Toni ........... Barnes, Nancy Carolyn Barnett, Barnu James Roger , ........ m, Linda Irwin ......... .........376 .438, 454 .178, .310, 336 344 212 332 330 184 176 .........224 196 192 174 454 319 330 .........425 194 Barnum, Thomas Paine ....., 216,439 Barr, Arthur William Jr. .... 341, 388, 391, 394 Barr, Christopher Peter ........ 18,117, 120, 216 Barr, Patricia Jane ........................ 454 Barr, Suzanne Walton ..316, 439, 448 Barrett, Margaret Ann . ....... 311,454 Barrett, M. Dianne .........,............ 355 Barron, Patricia Janis ..186, 321, 437 Barrows, Jim ................ .... Barrows, Michael F .............. Barrows, Robert Ray ........... ........278 ........242 .407 454 Barrows, Valery E. ...,.......... 1941 311 Barry, Anne Welcome ........ 184, 317 Bartels, Donald Robert ................ 244 Bartholomew, Leon Paul .... 404,410 Bartlett, Dick ................................ 266 Bartlett, James Lester ........., 352,389 Bartlett, James Wesley ................ 216 Barro, Sandra Ann .............. 202,361 Barton, Gail Ray ......................... 322 Barton, Richard Bruce 242,374,376 Barton, Thomas Jeffrey ........,..... 210 Bashor, Robert Joseph ...,.......,..,, 371 Bassett, Nicholas P .......... ......... 2 36 Bassman, Joseph Ira .... ......... 2 32 Basye, Carol F. ........ ........ 4 54 Bates, David Alan ........ ......., 3 52 Bath, James Stewart ........ ......... 4 54 Batten, Sylvia Evelyn ...... ......... 3 20 Batten, Maureen Shana ............ 454 Batterson, Jonathan E .......... 218,345 Batini, David Peter ....................l. 448 Batts, Charles David ...... ......... 1 25 Bauer, Calvin Lyle .......... .,....... 2 34 Bauer, George Dennis .....,,......... 334 Bauer, Gloria Doris ..................., 333 Bauer, John Albert ...................... 399 Bauers, Louis Robert .... 224,276,343 Baugh, Glen Lee .......................... 358 Bauman, Helen Len ........... Baumann, Kenneth James Baumgartner, Lorene L. .... . .........188 ........210 .........3Z7 Baxter, Howard Lawson .... 208,454 Beach, Sharon Love ............ 192,316 Beacham, Shephen John ............ 391 Beagle, Catherine Ann .,.....,...... 309 Beal, John W Ill ............. ......... 2 10 Beal, William Dale ........ .210 Beall, Mary Ann ............. ......... 3 28 Beamon, Marilyn K ....... ......... 3 61 Bean, Bonnie Katherine ............ 176 Bean, Geraldine Bowles ............ 454 Beard, Susan Lee .......................... 198 Bearly, Kay Darlene ....... 1 7 Beatty, Dale Preston ...,...,...,,,...,., 220 Beatty, Mary Ellen ,.,,,,,,.,,., Beary, Edward Emmett, Jr. ......,..378 14 Beavor, Donna Maye ...,..,,,,.,,,,.,, 329 Bebber, Nona May ..,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 355 Bechik, Vicki Rae .......,,,,,..,,,.,,,,., 174 Beckel, Darwin Dean ..........,.,,,,,, 343 Becker, Betty Joan ........,..,..,,.,,,,. 312 Becker, Judith L. ..,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, :454 Becker, Nancy Elaine ........ 184,'315 Becker, Richard Donald ...... 372,454 Becker, Richard Henry ........ 388,391 Becker, Robert John ,..,.,,,.,,, 388, 391 Becker Thomas Allen ........ 244,432 Beckfield, Jack Emmet . Beckler, Marlene M .,..,....,,,.,,,,,,, 311 Beckman, Joanne ...................,...,,, 332 Beckwith, Barbara G .. .,........ 190,454 Beckwith, Carole Leigh ..... Beckwith, William R ,,.., ...,,,, .........334 236,454 Bedard, Donald Emery ..........,.,. 264 Beddoe, Suzanne Marie ...... 186,310 Bedford, John Charles ........ 400,427 Beebe, Mary Evelyn .......,.., , ..,..,, 192 Beeler, Charles F ..................,,..., 350 Beerer, Joseph Gable l ...... 230, 372, 412,454 Beers, Mary Elizabeth ........,, 192,319 Beers, Radine ....,......,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 454 Beeson, Gary Millard .,,,, ,,..,.....,.. 2 18 Begley, Thomas Francis .........,.... 222 Behnke, Robert James ,......,..l,.,,, 343 Behse, Dale Charles ,...,.....,......,,. 407 Beidler, Roderick Keith ..........,.,. 343 Bejmuk, Bohdan Thor ................ 412 Belding, Barbara Lane .,,..,,, .428 Belknap, Laura Spencer ......... 315 Belknap, William 111 ............ 230,369 Bell, Catherine Marie ......... Bell, Linda Lorrain ......... Bell Milael Bernard ....... Belll Norman Eugene ..... Bell, Richard Charles ..... Bell, Richard T. ........... . Bell, Sherrilyn ....,......... Belleau, Roger Phillip ..... Belt, Robert Julian .,...... Bender, Ralph H. .........326 .........326 .........454 .,,.,,..,232 ,........244 .........454 .........322 .........230 .........266 ............454 407 Bender, Richard Alvin ,....... 234, Bender, Robert Edwin ................ 228 Bender, Ronald George Benes, Carolyn Jeanne ...........,.... 329 Bengston, Ronald Wayne .........,.. 226 Benioif, Barbara Louise ...... 319,424 Bennett, J. A. ....,......,..,.......,,,.,,,. 184 Bennett, JoanTerry .............. 196,455 Bennett, Joann Elaine .................. 333 Bennett, Judith Kay ,.,..,.. ...,,,,, 4 55 Bennett, Merrily Lynn ................ 314 0232 Bennett, Robert Davies ........Z1O Benning, Sally ,lean ...........,.......... 194 Bennison, Richard Van ..............., 230 Benowitz, Faye Iclelle ......, Benowirz, M. S. ..,....i...,.... . Alan Edward ..... Barbara Jean ......, Bruce Davey ....... Lonnie Lee ..... Nels Stanle ..... Benson, Benson, Benson, Benson, Bentson, y Benz, Janice Delia ............. ......,2OO ........44B ........421 ........325 ........455 Berdy, Christian Sven .......l........ Berg, john Louis ...........,.............. Berg, Thomas Elliott ............ 232, Bergeman, Gerald M ........,, 402, Berger, Carol Lou ......,.,............,., Berger, David Jeffrey ..........,. . ..,. Berger, Vicki 1 ................,,.......,,... Berggren, Deborah Ann ,.,......,.. Berkey, Daniel Compton .......,.... Berkey, Harvey Mark .......... 232, Berkowitz, Allan S. .............,....... . 232 Berkowitz Ste hen N r . P ---------- Berlage, Gerald Henry ........ 403, Berman, Carolyn Jane ..,,.......,.... Berman, Robert Michael ............ Barney, Susan Louise .......... 198, Berry, Brenda Kathryn ................ 212 Berry, Daniel joseph ,.,.. .....,, , Berry, Edwin Randall ...........,...... Bertram, Donald Arthur ......,..... Bertrand, Janice E. ................. Berzms, Pauls ................................ Bcserra, Leo Louis ....r......... Besser, Leslie .........,..... 304, 364, Besr, Madelyn Helene ........,.,...,. Best, Steven Riley ......,......,,.,.,..... Best, Trudy Marie .......,...,...,........ Betchart, Wil Bernhard ...... 206, Beth, Randall Keith .................... Berry, Lurenda Louise .....,.......,.... Bcvis, Donald M. .,........,............ . Betts, Jacqueline jones , ......,....... , 220 222 355 371 226 455 414 178 338 311 319 218 455 231 374 411 ZOO 232 Bernard, Gilbert Cress ..,..,.......... 340 320 184 351 340 238 442 210 220 428 324 226 317 374 346 455 455 329 500 Bezales, Voula ......,...................,... Bhar, Suresh Narayan ,......... Biasini, Susan Kathleen ...... 401, 428 192, 375 Bickel, Lane Clayton ............ 22,455 Bickel, Ruthann ............ 168, 190, 455 Bickmore, Charles S. .................. 344 Biel, Andrea Rose .......,................ 314 Bielefeld, Mary E. ....... 314,428,443 Bien, Suzanne E. ................... ....... 1 88 Bierlmaier, Frederick A. .............. 351 Biesemeier, Jean Anne ...,............ 328 Bigelow, Sandra Sue .....,...... 314,406 Biggs, Robert William ..............,. 352 Bigum, William Michael ............ 348 Biles, Clyde Milton Ir. 350, 397, 423 Bill, Michael Richard .....,... Billingsley, Michael L. ...... . Bills, Brenda Brooke ,.,....., Binard, Joey Dee ...,........... Binkley, Timothy Glenn Blom, Robert Almos .......,. Birkby, Alan Farris ............. Birnbaum, Elizabeth Ann . Bisgard, Robert Kent ..,...... 304, 389 .236, 432 15 . ........ 359 .109, 376 .........224 ,........228 .........355 .........234 Bishop, Joyce Lynn ................,... 319 Bishop, Kathie Dianne ........ 188,455 Bishop, Linda Sue .,..,.,......... 186,455 Bishop, Raymond D., lr. p, Robert Dee., Jr. ..,- Bitter, Judy Lane ................. Bjork, Gary Floyd ........ 383, Bjorlcheim, Oyvind ............. Bjorkheim, Lillian .......,....... Blackburn, Ronald Lee , .,.. .. Blackford, Marguerite A. , .402,414, Bisho Blackwelder, Ronnie F. .... . Blaine, Linda Sue ......,. 190, Blair, Fredrick John W ..... Blair, Georgia Rose ............. Blair, Janet Mae .......,......... Blair, Jonna Lou .i................. Blair, Kenneth Wayne ....... Blake, Herbert Jr. ............., . Blake, Linda Alice ............... Blakeley, Barbara Sue ......... Blakeley, James Riley ....,.... Margery Lorraine Blanc, .........339 .266, 346 .188, 455 389, 391 .4-26, 428 .........426 .........24O ,326 443 415, 455 417, 455 .........24Z ......,..19B .........184 327, 401 .........264 .120, .244, .315, Blanchard, Patricia L. ...,.,...,..... . Bland, Lee Ander Jr. Blandin, Dale Byron ......,,. Blank, Elizabeth F ......... Blankenship, Charlotte Blankenship, Sherry L. .... , Blanton Cla ton Hard 1 Y Y Blaugrund, Marvin Lee ...........,.. Blaugrund, Clifford E. .... . Blce, Ienipher Jean ....... Blessing, Dale F. .............. . Blevins, James David .,..... Blewitt, Ronald Lee ..... 506 218 309 311 455 443 314 339 399 ........32B 355 314 224 232 ,.......Z3Z ........328 ........346 ........340 398 Blietz, Billie Lea ................,...,..... Bliss, Allen Kenneth ........... 344, Bliss, Frederick Warren .............. Bliss, Russell Lee .......................,.. Bliss, Susan Eleanor ...........,......,. Bliss William Glenn .,339,427, Blirr: Peter .,.. ., .... ...................... . Block, Jacqueline Gail .i........ .i.... Blohm, Blomgren, David Allen Ann Mildred .............. ......24 , Bloom, Bonnie Mae ............ 321, Bloom, Dorothy Jane Bloom, Ellen ............. ..1...... Bloom, Ellen Barbara , .............. . Bloom, Ellen Kay ..,............. 200, Bloom, Marjorie Ann ....,...,. 196, Bloom, Roni Arlene .................... Blouke, Susan M. ..,............. 174, Blount, Patricia Ann .. ............. .. Blue, Nancy Ann ......,.............i... Blum, Arnold James Blum, Georgia Ann 316 399 236 214 194 443 351 314 455 351 425 443 200 333 456 198 310 324 196 339 184 378 Boardman, William I., IV ..33S, Boarright, Warren E. ,... .............. 2 95 Bodenschatz L nn Bodine, Bonnie Lee ........... , y ...................... 194 Bodily, Judy Anne ............i. 196,374 38 439 Bodman, Jean Whittlesey .... 18 456 Boehmer, Pamela Jane Boesel, Robert William 1. 4, ........186, 310 246 Bogard, Peter Allen .................... Bogert, Brian Allen .....,.....,......., 344 Boggs, Don Stephen ..........,....... 456 Bograd, Gerald David ........ 232,456 Boggs, Gerald William .............. 456 Bogren, Keith Morton ......., 403,456 Bohan, Jane Ann ..,..................... 456 Boharr, Roger Harry ,,.., ,..,,.,,... 3 46 Bohdan, Thor ............... ..i......l. 4 56 Boice, Elisabeth V. ....... ........... 3 27 Bole, Linda .....i.......... i.......... 4 37 Boley, Linda Gay ........ ..,............ 4 37 Bolles, Marsha ,lerene ,........ ......... 3 33 Bolt, Linda Diane ................ 188, 321 Bolton, Vlff.Z1DlZi C. .................,.. 156 Bomberger, Jane Griffin ...... 196,314 Bond, Suzanne Morgan Bong, Steven Howard Bonham, Kathy P ........ 182, ......l9O, 374 .......,336, 353 375 439 1 Bonnawitz, Linda . ........................, 136 Bononcini, Dolores Ann .... 322,403 Book, Susan ....,....,,......,........ Booth, Margaretr Ann Booth royd, Jan .................... Boozer, Judy Maureen Borcherdt, Bruce R. ........... . Bornstein, Dehrah Beth ...... Bornstein, Mary Louise . ....... 19, Borschow, Robert M .................. Borth, Robert Thomas, jr, Bortz, Sue Ann .....,..,..,........ Boscoe, Nancy Sue .............. Bosse, Noel Krenning ........ Boston, Evelyn Mary ...,...... Boston on Richard ,l ............ , Bostron, Victor Leslie ........ Bosrwick, Nathaniel ............ Bosworth, Arthur H., 11 Bothe, Mary Ann ................ Bothman, Shirley May ....... , Botke, John Cornelis .......... Botrinelli, Charles A. ....... . Boughton, Heather .....,........ Boundy, Richard Ray ..........,....... 186 333 327 180 236 .,.,,,.,33Z 310 232 .....,..238 ....,...l74 315, 443 ........194 ........l82 ........456 1 222 210 226 ........3ZO 180 320 ........414 ,......,397 196, 321 334 Bourassa, Sandra J. ...................,.... 315 Bourlancl, Peter Mitchel ............ 205, 372,456 Bowden, Theresa Jean ................ 322 Bower, Carol Lee .... .................... 1 92 Bower, Miriam Naomi ...-...194-,456 Bower, Sandra Jean ..........,.,....... 315 Bowers, Barbara Jean .......... 188, 437 Bowers, Carolyn .......................... 325 Bowers, Deborah Ann ................ 355 Bowersox, Elizabeth Ann ............ 194 Bowie, Nancy Jane .... .,........ , Boxer, Judith Eve . .,........ ............ . 176 310 Bowser, Alan LeRoy .................... 404 200 414 Boyd, Bennie Harlan .................. Boyd, Beverly Lynn .... ....... Bo cl Charles Bo dston .39S, 442 396 456 v. v ------ , Boyd, David Garrison .................. 222 Boyd, Gwendolyn Louise Boydston, Nancy Diane .18O, 368 Boyer, Catherine Taylor .... 196,430 Bradford, Fredrick ,loc ................ 344 Bradley, Barbara Joyce ..... . ........ 319 Bradley, Bradone Allyce .... 134,456 Bradley, Katherine W. ................ 194 Bradley, Pamela Betty ................ 324 Bradley, Rebecca Anne ...... 194,413 Bradley, Susan E. ........................ 359 Bradley, William Owens ............ 236 Bradshaw, Douglas A. ........ 212,456 Brady, Thomas Edward .............. 230 S Bragg, Cynthia Ann .. Braisred, Peter H. ...,. . ..........412 333 Bramley, Nancy Lou .....,.,..., 196, Brams, Richard Charles ...... .,...... 4 56 Branan, Richard C. .............. 242 346 Brandon, Gail Laine ............ 182,456 Brann, William Eugene .......,...... 208 Brase, Charles Henry .................. 456 Brasel, jerrie Rich ...................... 180 Braswell, Janie Anne ,................. 176 Bratlien, Maynard J. ....,............... 456 Braun, Robert Denton .... 338,351 383 Braund, Mary Judith ..,. 182,375 439 Braverman, Michael Alan ..,. 170,232 Breckenridge, Gail ........................ 456 Breckenridge, Jane S. ..... . Brees, Mary Edith .......... Bregenzer, Bonnie Lee .. Breir, Richard James ........ . ......... 333 ..........l88 355 Brenimer, Sharon Brenker, XVilliam Arch ................ 216 Brenner, Gary Charles .. .......... 216 Brescian, Ronald l. . ...,..... , ......... 236 Bressan, Barbara loan Brett, Bradford Arnold ............,. N352 Brett, Hudson Bradford .........,.,.... 234 Brett, Judy Anne .....,...,........ 190,407 Brett, Segismundo ...... .............. 3 44 Bretz, Paul Robert ........ Brewer, Clifford James Brewer, John Michael Brewster, Rodman P. Breymeier, Paula ........,. Brickler, Frank Samuel Briclcley, Lyndell Troy .,.,......456 .346 ..,.......341 Brickner, Jacqueline L. ...........,.... 184, 407, 438, 456 Bridensrine, James B. .................... 238 Bridges, Rohert Thomas .............. 3.35 Briggs, Barbara .....,........................ 190 Brimmer William George 421 1 Brink, Glen Arthur .......,...... Brinker, Malcolm Mae .... Brirr, Ann . .... .... .......,.... . u21gu369 v ..........443 ..........333 Britt, Margaret Ann ............,....... 332 Broadhursr, Kenneth L. ............ .502 Brockhagen, Teri I.. .....,... .........,. 3 17 Brockmeyer, Linzee Tate .........,..24O Brockob, Robert Dean ................ 456 Brockway, Barbara Diane .......,..3ZS Broderick, Lawrence S. ..,........... 456 Broderick, Ronald Dale ..........,..,.. 456 325 Broclr, Kathryn jane ............ 192, Bromberg, Marilyn Edith .... l6S, 200, 405,457 Bronsrine, james N. ..............,.,..... 246 Bronstine, Martin H. ..,.....,,,,.,..,.,, 246 Brooke, Anne Terry ............ 186,315 Brooks, Eileen Gail ..............,......, 325 Brooks, john Alford ..,................, 339 Brooks, John Riley ................ 244,439 Brooks, Norman Asher .,.,.... 232, Brooks , Broome, Brosius, Stewart Irwin .......,............ 369 232 William Harold ............ 349 joan Renee . ..,...........,,..... 309 Brosius, Sharon Lenore .........,.... 328 Brougham, Geoffrey B. ......,. 335,457 Brower, Trudie Anne ............,...,. 194 Brown, Carolyn Julie .,........,, 192, 326 Brown, Catherine E. .,........ l6S,176, 370,457 Brown, Charles D. ........ 403,411,457 Brown, Brown, Brown, Charles William ......,..... 222 Clifford Anthony .......... 433 David Edmund ......,......... 218 Brown, David Stuart ......,....,........ 220 Brown, Dietra ............... ,......... 3 19 Brown, Frank Leslie ...... .......... 3 46 Brown, Hollis Woodrow ............. 3 43 Brown, James Victor ..... ............... 2 34 Brown, Judith Francine ..........,..... 355 Brown, Judith Ruth .............. 1S,117, 360,430 Brown, Kay Alloy ,..,..........,...... ...332 Brown, Kent Charles ..,..,..... ..... , .389 Brown, Marjorie lo ...... 333,419,439 Brown, Marlene Louise ........ 198,457 Brown, Monica Lee ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 314 Brown, Robert Allen .........,,. 360,502 Brown, Ronald Norton..232, 289, 457 Brown, Safari Catherine ...... 327,457 Brown, Sally lo ...,...........,.,,.....,..,,. 319 Brown, Susan Theresa .....,....,..... 184 Brown, Theodore Wayne .... 340, 396 Brown, Thomas Gunn ..,...,.,....,,, 125 Brown, W. C. .... ,........,............. . ,... 2 24 Brown, Walter Earl Ill ........ 216,297 Brownstein, Norman .......... ,...... . ..216 Bruce, loan Elaine ........................ 383 Bruce, John Frederick .......... 340 383 Bruce, Lois Daehnhardr ........ Bruen, Mary Emily ...... Bruins, Brumetre, Bill ....... .... Scott Casper .. 407, 188, 457 314 143 234 Brun, Susanne .......... . .................... .184 Brunkharclr, Eugene A. .......,........ 226 Brunkhorsr, Bruce H. , .... .......... 3 36 Bruno, Susan Kay ..... .--.-.....- 1 84,333 Bryan, Gerald Evans .... ............ 2 86 Bryant, Carole Ann ....... ......... 3 17 Bryant, Marye, Grace .................... 311 Bryce, William Arthur ........,....... 238 Bunn, Mateo l3onaobra.,206 339 391 Bubul, Julie Ann .......................... 310 Buchan, james Craig .................... 222 Buchheir, Chuck ....... ...,.... ...-.-.-- . - 254 Buchholz, Duane Dean ................ 457 Buchholz, ,lcnnnerle M...184, 433, 457 Buck, Donald Stephen., jr. ........ 244 Buck, Gaylord 13. lll ...,...,............ 457 Buck, James Ray ....................,..... 210 Buckingham, George E., Jr. ...,.... 433 Buckley, Janice ..........................,... 202 Buckley, Thomas Leonard .... 339,439 Buckner, Harry Prescott .............. 364 Buckner, Viera Olga .................... 310 Bucknum, Barrie .............,.... 196,324 Buckstein, jan Barry .................,.. 441 Budd, Amelia lrene ..., 174,322,330 Buechman, Charles Emil ,...244,433 Buell, Webb Ward ........ .............. 2 14 Buetzer, Linda Allcne ..... ......... 3 24 Bugu, Paul ..........,....,...... ............. 3 35 Bullard, William T. ...,.......... 234,397 Bullingron, joan ............................ 320 Bullock, Benton Raymond ..... ,..., 2 20 Bullock, Dan Randolph .............. 220 Bunegar, Frederick J. .............,.... 242 Bunger, Frederick Eugene ........ 440 Burg, Georgia Ann .... ,................. 3 33 Burge, John Robert ..,................... 358 Burger, Dennis George ........ 403,411 Burgess, Paul Lamont .......... 208,242 Burgin, Malin Carolyn ........,..,...... 176 Burianek, lon F. ............................ 242 Burick, Betty Ann ,........ ....... 3 27,458 Burke, Virginia lrene .............,.... 194 Burkett, Deidra Worth ........ 194,322 Burkett, Marll'1a Lynn ...,............., 176 llurnham, Richard E. .....,.,.......... 453 Burns, james Richard .... 339, 383, 441 Burns, John Albert ..........,,..,......... 502 Burns, Maurice E., Jr. .................. 399 Burns, Richard Oliver ........ 224, 282, 283,28-1, 400, 458 Burns, Gay Joanne ....,........... 178,309 Burr, Ann Hudson ,..., 0,176,359,430 Burr, Lumnn .......................... 437,458 Burr, Robert Ellion .....,....,... 350, 399 Burrell, Gene Arthur .. ...,........ 414 liursack, Lois .........,.,.. ,.......... . ,... 4 39 Buriis, Kathie ........................ 196,333 Burris, Susan ....,....,...,...,,.........,..,.. 196 Burton, Larry Charles ......,., 338 Busacker, l. Riley .,........ ......... 2 20 Busch, Bernd Walter .. ......... 432 Busch, Frances Karen ,..... ......... 4 SS Bush, Charles Orville ,..... ......... 4 IS Bush, Robert Lee .,.,,..... ......... 2 42 Bushanr, Lawrence .. ......... 242 Buslcey, Rosslyn P. ........ ......... 1 92 Butler, ,l. P. ................ ......... .,.. 2 2 O Butler, Margie Mae .... .,,..... 1 90, 374 Hutlln, Jill Amorer ................ 311,406 Butz, Sandra Lucille .......,....,...,..,.. 311 Buzarcl, Pamela Sue ,........... ,,19O,437 Buzick, George H. lll ..........,,...,.... 340 Byg, Roger Kalskcrr ..,... .,.....,. 4 59 Byington, Barbara lane .... ..,....,. l S2 Byrne, Beverly Ann .,.. ,..,.. . ..lS6 Byrne, Patricia Louise .. ....,,,.. 186 Bywarer, Nancy Ann ..,..... ......... 1 98 C Calwell, Kathleen R. ...,.......... 186,317 Cable, Barbara jean ..l..,....,.., 180,355 Cady, laner.Marion .,........,... 192, 447 Cady, Steven Huntley ....,........... 421 Cahalane, Margaret E. ........... ..... 4 18 Cain, John Brice ..,..,,....... ..l...... 2 18 Cain, Linda Ellen ........ .l..,.... 3 24 Cain, Sherilynn Ann ..,.. ......... 3 28 Calclfrr, Alexander lll ....... ......... 2 12 Caldwell, Maurice R., Ir. ...,,.....,. 242 Caldwell, Richard Allen .,....,...., 336 Caldwell, Ronald john ...,..,.,,....., 226 Caldwell, Thomas Wesley ........., 226 Call, Matthew Baldwin .......,....... .339 Call, Noel Stuart .......................... 348 Callawhan, Paul .......................,.... 230 Callahan, Thomas Joseph ...,........ 338 Callisrer, Susan P. ..r,,,,,,,rr,,,, 192 311 Calza, Judy Judd . ....,,..,.,,,,.,,,...,,,, SOO Calza, Theresa Marie ............ 322,425 Camerlo, Marilynn Kay ,,,,,.,,,,,,., 176 Cameron, Cvary Donald ............. Cameron, Wallace Lynn .346 ,234 .351 Cameron, William L., jr. ..,,...... , 99 Cameron, William Lloyd Camien, Susan Elizabeth Camigliano, Albert J. ........., 398, Camp, Ann Janette .............. 135, Comley, Jerilyn Rae .... 198,385,461 Capaul Raymond W., Jr. Comstock, Michael A. 3 ............328 399 443 Campbell, Alexander B. ...... 230,352 Campbell, Donald Wayne .......... 345 Campbell, Douglas D. ........ 214, Campbell, Gregg A. .................,. . Campbell, Melinda S. ..... .-.-.-.-. Campbell, Robin Armour ............ Campbell, Tom John .............-.--. Campus, Steven lrwin ........ 438, Canadeo, Robert A. ..................... . Canale, Kathleen Joan ........ 198, Canatsey, Gina Louise .... 168,182, Canatsey, Mike .........................,.... Candler, Judy Kay ........................ Canfield, Clayton M. ................. . Cannon, Susan Elizabeth Cantrell, Sara Virginia..168, , Capps, Betty Jane .......... Ca s Wallace A r. pp . -. 1 -------- 340. Capra, Alan Anthony .................. Cardenas, Edmundo 1 459 208 500 190 383 459 264 325 459 278 314 335 ,...........459 174 413 226 459 415 459 428 415 425 298 322 184 312 Carew, Gene Allyn ...................... Carlson, Allan Leonard ................ Carlson, Barry ................... ......... Carlson, Betty Lynne ........ .1.......... Carlson, Christine Ann ................ Carlson, Dianne Beth .................. Carlson, Donald Dean ................ 266 Carlson, Edwin Frank .......... 402,459 Carlson, Helen Louise ................ 383 Carlson, Nancy Jean .................... 328 Carlson Stephen George ............ 343 WJ32, Culver, Karen Helen Carlstrahd, Robert G. .................. 220 Carlton, Patricia Sue ............ 174,332 Carman, Carolyn Jean Carman, Anne Elizabeth . .... 180, Carmean, Lance Rice .,.......,.,...... Carnahan, Janice Louise Carnes, Bruce Marshall Carney, William Shaber Carpenter ......186, Carpenter, Charlton H. ...1.... 125, Carpenter, Lucy J. ................ 327, Carpenter, Richard C. .,....,, 353, Carpenter Stephen J. Clasen, Cynthia Rae .................... 432 caper, Rbbert Lee ....,. 39 6, 316 322 459 459 443 459 Barbara Ann ...... 174,315 502 459 371 234 459 343 Carr, Charles Madison ........218: Carr, Ellen Kathleen .................... 412 Cheskin, Mel ................... L .--....---- Chesnick, Susan Janet ....... Chessmar, Judith E. .........,......... . Chetelat, James Henry .... 414, 415, Chiaramonte, William V. ........... . Chiddister, Bruce ,..,..,,..... .. Childers, Marian Gwen ................ Childress, Douglas Pa ul Childs, William H. .............. . Ching, Vernon W. C. ............... . Chiri, Judith A. .................. . Chisman, Keith Edward .............. Chittock, Alison M. .......... . Chizzick, Toby Linda ......... Cholitkul, Nivat .................., Chotvacs, Charles J. ....,,.... . Christensen, Marsha L. ...... . Christian, Thomas W. ...... . Christiansen, Jan ................. Christiansen, Paula Ann Christie, Michael Lee .,...,.. , Christman, Helen R. .....,..,. . Christopher, Stephen C. Cimino, Sharon Ann ......... Claassen, Clayton B., Jr. Clanahan, Denis Barkley Clanahan, Diane Brooke Clapham, Cheryl Ann .... 176, Clark, Carol Ann ................. Clark, Catherine F. ............ . 3357 283 319 459 459 220 339 311 220 .........226 431 312 348 322 200 428 459 319 .397, .186, .........349 .........428 .180, 310 .........218 .188, 459 .........216 .........3Z4 459 .226, .........224 .........359 325, 428 .........180 ,356, 459 Clark, Charles Lockhart ............... .381 Clark, Charlotte .............................. 361 Clark, Dorothy Allison ...........,.... 188 Clark, Dorothy May ............ 309,406 Clark, Janet Louise ...,.................... 198 Clark, Jean Ann Willis .............. 459 Clark, Jeanne ........................ 194,359 Clark, John Robert ................ 230,459 Clark, Margaret Judith .............,.. 315 Clark, Marjorie V. .,..........,... 183,459 Clark, Mark William .................... 244 Clark, Patricia Ann ...................... 316 Clark, Roseanne Marie ........ 327,439 Clark, Sharon ........... ......... 3 22, 419 Clark, Sheryl Marie .............. 319,406 Clark, Stephen Carter Clark, Stephen Harl . ...... Clarke, Beverly ............. Clarke, Stephen Lee .,..... Cormack, Christopher Carrick, Carolyn Anne ....,.........,. 320 Carroll, Maryanne ..............,......... 359 Carson, Kermit David ........ 206,344 Carver, John Herschel .................. 349 Cascio, Libby Ann ,............... 192,459 Case, Phyllis .................................. 194 Case, Stephen Robert .........,........ 234 Casey, Margret Lee ...... 334,378,443 Casey, Steven James ...............,.... 216 Casper, Michael Thomas ............ 335 Cass, David Cluett . ........ ....,..,. 2 34 Casselman, Janet Lee ..,..,........,.,. 202 Cassidy, James John ...,................ 343 Casten, Thomas Richard .... 18, 206, 372,459 Castleman, Curtis H., Jr. Castle, Maryanne Krob ....,... 322,434 Cotter, Jean Lambert ..............,... 327 ............344 retta Ann ........... Castles, Patricia Jane ......... Castles, Lo Caswell, Sandra Jean .................. 459 Cater, Neide Louise ....... .........329 .319 382 4125, 445 .........194 Cathcart, Janet Lee .......,......,....., .325 Clarke, William Allan ......... Clarkson, Karen M. ...... . .........212 .........439 ....,....226 .........226 .........190 Clausen, Harry Andrew ....,...,..... 433 Clausen, Julie Ann ............. Clave, James Louis .......,..... Clawson, Grace Shanley .186, 319 .208, 389 500 Clay, James Freeman .................... 222 Clay, James Paul ,...........,..... 348,382 Claycomb, Steven Lee ....... .........341 Clayton, Suzanne ................ 194,321 Clegern, Robert Wayne .............. 413 Clegern, William H. ....... .352, 353, 39 , 410,459 Clement, Delmar Lynn..415, 414, 461 Clement, Diane Jean ............ 196,315 Cleveland, James Lee ............ 170, 208 Clinard, Robert Edwin ....... Cline, Pamela ................... Cline, Susan Terry . ..... . Clinger, Suzanne ......,..,.,, Clinton, Criss Costello Closson, Charles Thomas Clough, Barry Ralph ......,.... Cattermole, George Reid .... 289,459 Caughran, Sandra Kay ..,..... 192,459 Cave, Mary Kristin ...... 174,310,412 Cawlfield, Sarah Kiser ................ 459 Cesarek, Frank John..256, 259,261,264 Cespedes, Luz Amparo .... ............ 3 27 Challgren, Carl Fenton ...,...,...... 240 Chamberlain, Wendy E. .,............ 315 Chamberlin, Genevieve A. ........ 359 Chamberlin, James Lewis ............ 459 Chambers, Ann Helen ........,....... 360 Chambers, Anne Brewster ........ 361 Chambers, David M. ...........,........ 214 Chan, Ping ...................,..........,....... 412 Chance, Paula Ruth ..,..,.,...... 93, 196 Chandler, Connie M. ...,..,..,.,,..,., 309 Chandler, Stephen ...........,.,,.....,... 220 ' 326 Chang, Gloria . ..,.,..................,..... .. Chapin, Barbara Ann ......... .1S4, 459 Chapman, Michael McKay ........ 210 Charbonneau, Diane Lee .... 186,361 Charbonnel, Thomas S. ....,.,..,.. 350, 397,441 Chartrand, Laurence P. ...... 351,391 Chase, Susan Carol ,...... - ,.,..,.,,..,. 320 Chazen, Donna Stark .................. 436 Chenault, Jerry Lee ........... ,...,.,,.,. 4 21 Cheney, John Lee ............... .210,374 ..........346 Chenoweth, James Harold Chernack, Carol Rosa .................. 202 Clyde, Susan Ann .,.,.... 322, Clymer, Lou Ann .......,..,.... Cobb, Carolyn Ann ...... Cobb, Julie ...................,... Cobb, Norma Jeanne ,........ Coccio, Christopher L. ...... . Cochran, Judith Ann ......... Cochran, Kathleen ............... Cochran, Nina Renard ..,.... Cochran, William Andrew Cockley, Donald W., Jr. .... . Coe, Madalynn, Suzanne Coe, Penny Palmer ............. Coe, Twila Smith ........... -.. Coffee, Mary Katherine ..... Coffeen, James Terrill ......... Coffin, Martha Ann .... 184, 442, .........240 . .,....., 437 .........196 .........3S5 .........388 .........220 461 .216, 418,419 .........321 .........192 .........l96 ....,....328 . ........ 350 .174, 443 .194, 446 .........461 ....,...220 .........210 .........442 ....,....330 ,196, 324 ....,....315 .........349 461 Cofman, Donald Bruce..121,360,461 Coggins, Sheila Ann ..................,. 309 Cohan, Marilyn Sue .............,,...,. 357 Cohen, Allen Richard ...... ......... 2 32 Cohen, Sharon .............. ....,.... 3 15 Cohen, Bobbie Jean ........ ......... 3 16 Cohen, Carole Mae ...... ......... 2 00 Cohen, Charlotte Jane .... ..,..... 3 20 Cohen, Debra 'Lea ..........,........... 314 Cohen, Howard Michael ............ 232 Cohen, Nancy Iris ...,...,......,. 430,200 Cohen, Sharon Lynn .................... 320 Cohen, Steven Joe .......... ,. . ...... .210 Cohen, Susan Marcella .... ........ 3 10 Coie, Michael James .... ........226 Coke, Joan ............................. ..-. .361 Cole, Bruce Van Vorhis ............ 242 Cole, Janis Elizabeth .................... 325 Coleman, Kathe James ........ 198,321 Coleman, Mary Jo ................ 356, Coleman, Penny Dee ............ 117, Cole, Susan Virginia ..,. Coley, Eileen Louise . Coley, Susan Jane ......,. Colgate, Michael Dan ...... 461 186 188 461 ........325 ........339 Collins, Betsy Clements .............. 461 Collins, Linda Lee ............ ........ 4 61 Collup, Carol Ann ...... ....---- 3 20 Colson, Iva Lou ................ ........ 4 43 Colton, Robert Craig .....,.. Colvard, Sammie Kay ...... ........232 ........311 Combs, Thomas Lee ....... - ........... 238 Combs, Trelawney Kay ............... Comer, John Reed ................ 407, .358 461 Compton, Dan Weaver ................ 407 Condit, Condit, Condon Condon Carol Lee ............ ........ 1 86 Mary Kathryn , John Kevin Karen Louise ........461 ........329 Conklin: Carol Jean .......... ....... 3 24 Conklin, James Wells ...... ..i..... 3 99 Conley, Thomas Lyle ...... ........ 3 44 Conly, Craig Alan ......, ..... ....... .418 Connally, Caroline Fay ................ 320 Connell, Martha E. ......... ............. 4 18 Connelly, Sharon Elaine .... 356,443 Conner, Diane Lesley .......... 174,461 Conner, Karen Evene .................. 317 Conner, Treva Sue ........... ........... 3 83 Connole, Thomas Patrick ............ 437 Conner, Connie ............................ 311 Conner, Susan Cosgrove ............332 Conroy, William Clark ............ .... 3 88 Constans, Stephen Scott ............346 Conzett, Linda Gene .................. 332 Cook, Albert Moore .................... 212 Cook, David MacStrong .............. 344 Cook, Joan ............................ 196,320 Cook, K. .... ...................................... 198 Cook, Sandra Lee ........................ 198 Cook, Stephanie Zell .... 178,324,330 Cookman, Ann .................... 184,439 Cookson, Andrea Nell..312,419, 439 Cooley, David Lawrence ............ 208 Cooley, Susan Dalton .................. 358 Coone, Barbara Jean .................... 315 Coons, John Douglas .................. 238 Cooper, Arlin Ray ................ 360,461 Cooper, Carmen Louise ................ 360 Cooper, Cooper, Fred Louis ...... 206, 437, 461 Roberta Carol..200, 370, 461 Cooper, Ronald Duane ....... - ....... 218 Coors, Henry George .................. 502 Cope, Joseph Adams ........ ......... 3 52 Coppersmith, Carol Dee ............ 200 Corbett, Catherine Ann .............. 190 Corbett, Judy .................... ......... 3 16 Corbitt, Carol Ann ...................... 186 Cordell, Thomas Lott .................. 461 . ........ .....,..... 1 94 Cornwall, Judith lone .............. Corn, Regina Marie Corell, Carolyn F. ................ 18 W. .......... 343 ....442 0 320 Correnti, John Anthony . ........... 1.461 Corson, Pamela Jan .......... .......,. 3 33 Cortese, Robert Michael .............. 264 Corzine, Terry Lee ......... .............. 2 12 Cottrell, Joanne Marie..188, 378, 448 Cottrell, Richard Day ..............,... 236 Couch, Jesse Mercer ............,......, 402 ....,....349 Coulson, Karen Kay ........ . ........ 310 Couch, Robert Lewis .... Coursen, Carolyn Blair .... Courtright, Karen Rae .... ....,....194 .........461 Cowan, Donna Lea ........ Cowan , Janice Ann .,.... .........310 .......,194 Cowan, Wayne Hugh .................... 234 Cowen, Roberta Ann 368 385 Cowles, Jeanne E. .... 92, 316, , Cox, Elizabeth Vernone .............. 357 Coyte, Judie Katherine ........ 333,461 Crabb, Constance Anne ......,......... 180 Craig, Ardyth Lynette ........ 196,310 Craig, Dorothy Ann .........,.......... 196 Craig, Phillip Darin ............ 348,389 Craig, Victoria Lucille..198, 375,390 Crain, Nancy Erin ........................ 196 Cram, Jo Ann ...................... 327,414 Cramer, Albert Louis .................... 232 Crampon, Elizabeth Ann .... 168,192, 413, 461 Crampon, William J. . ................... 242 234 Crandall, Larry Keith .................. Crandell, Dorothy Marie ............ Crane, John Rutherford Crane, Susan .................... .- -- 6 avngfrl . ,' ag 320, 188, 443 ........322 Cranor, Carl Forrest ....---------.- ---334 Cranor, Ralph Sherman Cranston, George David .............. 238 309 Cmpg, Connie Lynn ........----..- ---- Craven, Nancy Lee ...-..----- - ------------ 451 .328 Craven, Suzanne ........................... Craw ford, Crawford, Allius M. 111 Aileen E. .... . .......188, 315 Crawford, Ann Louise .------.----- Q-333 Crawford, Carol Anne ........ 174, 375, 412,415 Crawford, Muriel Dee ............... 188 Crawford, Rufus Walker ............ 401 Creighton, Patricia J. ,......... 162,195, 375,439 Crenshaw, Charlotte Sue ------------ 202 Crine, James David, Jr. ......,......... 351 Crisman, Nancy Kay -.------.--------- 451 Crisp, Dora Eleanor ......------.-----,- 451 Crist, Charles Edson .... 208,359,391 Criswell, Janey Lou ...-------.- 196,324 Critchfielcl, Carl ........,........... 344,353 Crocker, Stephen Blake ........ 117,369 Crockett, Bert Edward ...........,.... 212 Croke, Michael Vincent ..,.. Croke, Thomas B, 111 ........ Cronican, Frank A., Jr. Cronlund, Mary E. .......--.-.-. - Crooks, David Charles Crosbie, Joan Blandford .... . Crosby, Helen Mae ......,........ Crosby, Richard Wells Croshaw, Robert Jame .... Crosier, William Lee ..., .........226 ........226 ........238 .........316 .........360 441 .333, .,......234 ............236 Cross, Karen Louise ............--.--.-- 324 3 353 Crossland, Stephen K. ...-...34 , Crosslin, Wayne Ernest .............. 348 Crow, Donald George ..........--.--.-- 378 Crowley, Carolyn T. ............ 176,437 Cruikshank, Sarah Jane ................ Z Crundwell, Carol Ann Cuddy, Mary Louise .............--..-.. 324 Culver, Daniel Gordon ................ 220 Cummings, Gary Edwin .... 212,461 Cummins, Jan J. .................. 315,401 Cummins, Pamela Louise .... 186,437 Cundiff, Marsha Jane .... 90, 190, 430 Cuney, Kathleen Ann ..............- M0355 Cunningham, Joan E. ........-...--- N333 Cunningham, Kaye Susan ............ 461 Curlee, James Alexis ........... L ....... 242 Curlee, Sharon Rose .... 168,198, 370 Curnes, Pamela Jane .... Curnutt, Robert Ashley..402, 415, 461 Curran, Kathleen Mary Curry, Caren Susan .... Curry, Patricia ............... Curry, Rosalie Aspray Curtis, John Joseph ...... Curtis, Julianne Powell Curtis, Curtis, Curtis, Lois Suzanne Richard Glenn ,..........s...310 ........333 ........238, 389 ........324, 418 ........198, 430 Robert Edwin .......... 163,17O, 218, 438 461 Cushing, Jim Michael Cutrell, Charles Lee .... Cys, Julie Cummings Cys, Richard Lee .................. 230,369 D Dabbagh, Abdullah Taher .......... 428 Daeuble, Jon Michael ................ 216 Dahlin, Daniel Fredrick .... 238,335 Dake, Stephanie ............................ 312 Dale, Andrea Joanne .......... 176,407 Dale, Cynthia Irene .................... 310 Dalke, Nancy Sue ........ 329, 370,461 Dalla-Betta, Giorgio J. Dalley, Robert Cleo S. Dalton, Bruce Bennett Daly, Charles Terrance .... 244 Damir, Judith Lee ........ Damke, Leilani Kae ..... 32211196 ........32z Damme, Lucille Emma ................ 328 Damus, Paul Shibli .............. 361,461 Dane, Dan Harold ........ 402, 421, 461 Danforth, Johnene P. .......... 333, 406 Daniels, Jane ........................ 190,461 Danko, Terry Kim .......,........ 234,298 Danuser, Marcia S. ........ 174, 326, 436 Darden, Gary Michael ................ 338 Dare, Beverly Jean .............. 428,461 Darnell, Carlton Henry..402, 414,462 Dart, Eugene Elroy ................ 238, 462 Darrow, Alexandra Anne ..319,425 Darst, Dennis Robert .................... 462 Dater, Thomas Galey .......... 170,226 Daughenbaugh, Glenda L. .......... 500 Davey, Thomas J., Jr. ........... - ..... 415 David, Penny .................................. 436 Davidson, June Ann ........... .196, 374 Davidson, Leslie Marc . ...... ........ .3 36 Davidson, Louise Sydney ............ 462 .312, .-432, Fader, Davidson, Mary Beth Davies, Frederick S. Davies, James Edward ..,,....... , .... 421 Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Da vis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Da vis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Dawso Alan Irwin .....................,.. 232 Amy Jeremy ..........,... 315,330 Bonnie Deane .. .,....,,...... 361 Bonnie .............. ...,,..... 3 79 Bonnie Jean .......... .......,.. 4 28 Charles Joseph ...........,..., 228 Cheridah Jean Dennis Joseph ...........,...... 364 Derrick Hastings ,.,,.,,,...... 224 462 Dianne Marie .... 322, 418, Harlan Conrad ........ 234,388 James .............,.......,.,., 268,275 Jeffrey Stuart ..................,. 127 John Joseph ........., .,,,..A,., 2 40 Leo Frederick ll ............,.,. 292 Linda Eileen .......,,...,..,...,., 178 Lynn .................. 120 178 , , 374 Marilyn Joyce ......,..... 192, 328 394 Mark Garner ....3 88, 390, Mary Louise ...........,............ 462 ' ' 500 Patricia Z. ............,.,.. ,..,, . Philip L., Jr. 234 Sandra Gail ..........,....,...... 332 n, Denise Marie ..,..... 315,443 Dubinsky, Bonnie Sue ..,,.,.,,..,,,.. 178 Deu Free, Robert Earl Dawson, Frederick W., Jr. ........ 428 Dawson, Gary Lee ............... ......... 2 26 Dawson, Susan Kay .,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 176 Day, Stephen Calhoun ................ 234 Deahl, John G. .,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 216 Deal, Nancy Nell .... 120, 327, 375,418 Deam,Sarah Joe ..,,.,.,,,.....,..,,,,,,,,,, 186 Deane, Elizabeth Pamela ..,. 186, 437 Deats, Thomas John , .,..,.........,,,,, 364 De Biaso Joseph A, ...................... 462 De Broeck, Linda Ann ...... 100,101, 190,374 De Buse, Felix M. .,,,...,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,.,., 222 De Buse, Richard Louis ..,...,.,.,,,, 222 Dee, Sue Ellen ,..,.,.,..,,,,,,,,,, 190,333 Deeble, Pamela Jeanne ,,..,,,,,,,,,, 333 Deedon Eu ene Einar ,..,....,..,.,., 341 Deeds, Bai-him Jean .,.,.....,,,,,,,,,,, 194 Deere, Carmen Diana ..190,316, 330 Degen, Bruce Daniel ............ 286,401 De Graff, Stephanie Jeanne ........ 117, 188 333 Deitemeyer, Kaye ...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,, ,198 344 De Jong, James Robert , ........,, De Kieffer, Donald E. , ..........,..... , De Land, Jerry Bill ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, Delano, Winifred Morgan Dellamar, Marilyn Marie Delmonte ocel 'n Anne 389 230 174 De La Ossa, Donna A. ...........,.. 190 190 462 230 , 1 i .... Delo, Peter Muir, Jr. ..,,,,.,,., , De Long, Jean Elizabeth ...... De Long, P.B. .,....,...,,.,,,,,,., , De Lozier, Dixie C. .........,.., . De Mara, Judy Ann ............ Demarest, Alison Jean ......1. De Marinis, Norma Jean ..... De Mersseman, John A. Dempsey, Kathleen Enid Dendin er Curtis Loui .... Dendahl, Barbara ........... E m S . Dengler, Andreas .,,.,,,,,, ,,.,,,,, Denius, Homer Rainey, Jr. .. Dennison, Marlys M. ..,,.,,,,,, , Denson, Carolyn E. ............. . Dent, Roy F. III ,,..,..,.,,,,,,,,,,, Dergance, Ralph I-lumbert De Rock, Leo Michael ,.... Deutsch, Judith Sharon .. Devereaux, Diane Louise De Villing, Brent ......,.1......... De Vries, John XVayne .,...... Dexheimer, Jean ......,,.,,, 111 De Young, William A. ...... .. Diamond, Stephen H. Dicke, Karen Patricia Dickerson, Benjamin F. ..,., . Dickinson, Carol Ann .......... Elizabeth W. ..... . Dickinson, Grant lll ............ Dieckman, Ruth Elaine ........ Diehl, Barbara Jean ............ Diehl, Michael Karl .,,,,,,,.,,,,, Dickinson, Qfffffffazs ......,.zos 192 333 326, 419 ..,,..,324 .390,437 ..,.....353 ..,....439, 443, 446 194, 321 ..r,....224 ........zos ,...,.,.1so .......,328 .,......389 236, 462 ...,....29Z ......,.240 ,.,,....174 ........4o1 ........230 ....,.,.443 370390, ......r,zzs 232, iso, 325,- 317, 462 462 383 190 ,,.,....190 378 462 439 .....,..23S 324 Diehl, Susan Lois ............. 1..1S6, Diel, Bonnie Lee ......... ...... Di Giorgio, Barbara ...- ...... .,...,,,324 184 Dikes, Doyle Clifton .......... 414, Dill, Harold Alan .....................,,. Dillard, Judith Ann .....,.,,, Dilley, Carol Ann ..,...........,,....,1,, Dilley, John Philip ................ 170. Dillon, Alice Elaine .......,.,.. 328, Dillon, Craig Bowers .,.....,,.,,,,,,,, Dillon, Joseph Patrick Dilts, Fred William III .....,,,.,.,,,,, Diner, Gretchen E. ....... . 462 216 462 176 228 383 350 212 236 190 Dirks, Dianne Louise .............,.. M312 Disner, Richard Henry ...........,.... 462 Distler, Bruce Randolph ...- ...,..... 335 Ditzler, Paula Ann ...,.....,.,.,,,.,..,,,. 319 Dixon, Kenneth Elton ................ 349 Dobel, John Jerome ll 2339, 389, 394 Dobis, Frank John ............,........... 340 Dodd, John Roger ...,...,....,....,....,. 360 Dodd, Madelon ...,......................,. 317 Dodd, Mary Lucille .........,,... 317,419 Dodero, Mary Jean ........................ 329 Dodge, Dick ..............,...,......,. , ..,,.., 289 Dodge, Walter Richard ......., 383,398 Dodrovolny, Peter ..,...............,..... 206 Doepper, Jean Louise ..,.,... 168,188, 390,462 Doherty, John Albert ...,.............. 220 Dohrmann, Jane E. ,....,.,,.,..,.,,,.,,, 329 Dolan, Judith Ann ..............., 361,430 Dolcourt, Victor E. ..... ,.,,.,.,.... 3 95 Dolezal, Gary Alan ........... ......... 3 35 Doll, Susan Marjorie ..................,. 320 Dolph, Douglas Kent .,.,.....,........ 226 Dolson, David Kent ..,......... 395,462 Doman, Alan James .,,...... ,,.224,369 Dombrowslci, Judith Ann .... 196,390 Dominus, Jo Lynn .................,...,.. 319 Domont, Ronald G. ...................... 232 Dohaldson, Katherine L. ............ 500 Donelson, Rowena Marie ..., 321 419 Donielson, Cynthia Kay ..,... 182,309 Donielson, Nancy May .....,.. 192 309 Donley, Donald Joseph .,........,..,,, 346 Donley, Larry Dean . ..,....,,,......... 266 Donnelly, John William .........,.... 220 Donnelly, Robert Hugh .,...,,,....,. 238 Donohue, Mary Cathleen ,... 198,463 Dooher, Terrence Enroth ............ 360 Doose, Diana Josephine ,,,.,.,,...... 463 Doran, Lynn Marie ..,.,................. 321 Doran, Lynne Marie ..........,......... 176 Dordal, Asmund Helge ..,. 304, 426, 428,463 Doren, Douglas Paul .... 345, 3SS, 394 Dorius, Michael Emmett ........,... 238 Dorman, Charles William .,.,...... 216 Dormon, Pamela Gayle ..........,..... 358 Dorrier, Claire Pitts ............ 198,316 DOISOH, William Joseph .,.............. 222 Dougnn, David Carroll .............,., 208 Dougherty, Lemuel ., Jr. .......,.... 292 Doughty, Mervin Richard ......... ,220 Douglas, Kathleen M. .,,,......,..,.. 326 Douglas, Laura Joyce .....,,... 176,315 Doutrick, Helene Vllendey .......,.,198 443 Douvas, Maria S. ....... , ..,.....,. 320, Dove ' ohn Cresswell i, 1 ................ Dow, Charles Ray ....... ..... Dow, Norman Raymond .......... Dowding, Charles H. Ill ....,. 38 51' Dowell, Mary Susan Downer, Karen Ann Downs, Doyle, Sara Marie ,,............ ,.,.., ,... ....208 350 Robert Craig 9 1 Drachler, AA. Michael- ..,,,,...,.,,,,.,,,, Drahn, Draper, Draper, Dratter, Priscilla Lynn ..174, Richard David ..............., Diane Lea ..........,,.,.,.,,.,.,, Virginia Lee ...,.,,...,. 370, 322, Drechsler, Andrea B, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Dreith, Sandra Lee .,,....., ,,,,,,,,,,, Dressell, Neil Frank ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, Drommond, Fred .,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,.. Drummond, Dennis M. .,1,,,,,,,,,.,, , Drummond, Gail Rockwell Dubbs, Julie .,...............,.....,..,.,.,,.. 234 216 463 391 317 198 324 373 232 216 319 463 425 463 328 222 411 266 194 320 Dubravac, Kimberly E. .....,..,.,.,,,, 226 Du Charme, Larry James Duchek, Donna Lee ....... ,..........,212 319 Ducker, Richard Dennis ............., 334 Dudden, Elmer William .......,...... 364 Dueringer, Margaret Mae .... 196,463 Dugan, Dixie Harder .................... 324 Dugan, Donald Martin .........,,,,. 242 Dugan, Jennie Ellen .............. 418,463 Dugan, Dukem Dukes, Patricia Mary .... 334,385, inier, Sherrill V. ............. . Christy Lou ...................... Dunbar, Neil Francis ............ 230, Duncan, Dunham Dunham, Nancy Lee ...................,.. , James Allen ................ Stella Blanche ............ Thomas Gar .............. Dunham, Dunkley, Dunlap, Dunlop, Kenneth Bryant Y Jeffrey S. .... ....... .......... . Margo Alison ........ 192, Dunn, Bruce Cleveland..402, 410, Dunnell, David Irwin . ....... 355, Dunnell, Robbin Clark ..,r..---------- Duponte, Lionel Martin Durand, Albert Charles ......-------- Durand, Julie Rogers .......-.-- - 188, Durant, William Hooper .......- ..-- - A Durbin, Harvey Paul ....... 463 329 329 463 311 360 332 437 216 443 343 412 463 463 463 396 311 228 351 Durbon, Debora E. ...................... 202 Durham, Anne Seymour ............ 401 Durkin, Annette Rose ................ 316 Durley, Leander Raymond ..282,284 Dush, David Ralph ......,............... 226 Dustman, Sara Jeanne ....,... 196,463 Dutcher, Thomas Lee .................. 216 Dveirin, Jerald Marvin ........ 228,463 Dvorak, Judith Kay ...................... 317 Dwight, Suzanne .......... . ....,....... 190 Dyer, Gwendolyn ................ 196,316 Dyer, Homer Herbert ........ ..... .220 E Eads, George Curtis .... 212, 433, 463 332 Eagan, Kathleen Holly Eakins, Margaret Ruth 315 Eakins, Paul Richard .................... 338 Eames, Dougles Wilmer .............. 463 Earl, Claudette Afton ..176, 332, 443 ' 210 328 208 433 Earle, Francis, lll ......................,... Easley, Adrienne Leanna ............ Easley, John Wesley, Jr. ............. . Eason, Harold Verne ..398, 441, Easton, Joan .......................,.,..,..... 463 Easto n, John Jay, Jr. ...... .... 1 70,234, 463 372, 404, Eastwood, Susan Louisa .... 309, Eaton, John Gauger, Jr. ,.,.,. ....... . 463 Eaton, John Cowan ..........,........... 212 216 336 Eberle, William Richard .......,...... Ebey, Susan Louise .......... ...,....186 358 Epps, Stephen Jonathan ..... Epstein, Jean Estes ............. Erb, Jack Frederick ............. Erickson, Karen Anne . Qiiiil' 210 333 Erickson, Martin W. .....,............. . Erion, Douglas John ..................., Ervo, Sonia Estelle ............. .198, Espy, Mary John ................... Esterly, Eleanor . .... ,.... . Estes, Billy Sue ......... Estes, Carolyn Kay ....... Estes, Cynthia Ann ....... 230 316 242 238 415 309 356 356 319 176 188 433 382 324 326 Estes, Pamala Jane ........................ Etheridge, David Ellis ................ Etherton, Robert Lee .... ..,........... Ethington, Pamela Rhea ...,.......... Etrelbrick, Mary J. .............. 188, Error, Linda Modelle ........ 190, 309, 330,373 Evans, Beverley Anne ................ 202 Evans, Dennis Wayne .......... .442 Evans, John Miles ..... ......... 1 8,340 Evans, Karen Louise . ..,......... ...464 Evans, Lucy Megan ........,..... 186,314 Evans, Margaret Ann .................. 312 Evans, Evans, Michael Terry Nancy Roth ....... Evans, Patricia Lynne Evans, Richard Lee ..... Evans, Robbin Lois ....... Evenden, Jane Carol ..... Everitt, Pamela Ann Ewert, Keith Arthur . Ewing, Marcia Ann Eyer, Lynn Ann ..... F ........242 ........192 ...........190 326 .188, ..,......182 437 446 .,.....,.413 .......,.355 John Dee ................. Eckenrode, Thomas R. ............... . Eddy, Pamela Rose ..............,, 174,378 Edelson, Elise June ...............,........ 178 Edelstein, Barry Allen ................ 232 Edlun, Betty Rae .,.,.,....,..,.,,,,,,,,,,, 332 Edson, Lois Arlene ......,....... 120,182 Edwards, Ann Marie .................. 319 Edwards, Bruce George .... 371,397, 441,463 Edwards, David Carey ................ 242 Edwards, Deborah ........ 327,330,430 Etfinger, Judith Ann ............ 319, Efken, Paul Herman .................... Eggart, John Scott ....................,,,. Eggert, Karen Maxine ,..,..,....,..,. Ehn, Dean Stewart ...... 234, 396, Ehrenfeld, Carol Jean .......... ,,.... Ehrlich, Herbert Nelson..l70, 246, Ehrlich, Michael Lee ...............,.... Eickele, Kai-oline F. ...........,.,.,.,... . 437 343 341 312 463 Ehn, Nancy Ann Stephens ........ 329 315 463 210 317 463 Eickert, J, Stephen ..,......,.... 218, Eigen, William H., Jr. ................ 464 Eilcenberry, Karen M. ........ 190,324 Eilers, Charles Henry Einhinder, Linda Lee Einstoss, Patricia Lee ilififfflitiiil' Eisele, Carol Jean .................. ., .... Eisenberg, Richard Dean .... 232, Eitemiller, David James .........,.... Eitreim, Raymond Joseph Eklund, Carl Andrew .................. Elbon, Ronald Lee ............ Elder, George W. ......... . Elder, Marilyn Sue ..,.,..... Eldred, Kenneth Alan .... Elkin, Virginia Louise .... Elledge, William E. ,....... . .,......... .. Eller, Danna Lenore .,,,,44.,,.,.,,,,,, , Elliott, Howard Simpson Elliott, Robert ...,.....,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,, Elliott, Barbara Elaine .... Elliott, Thomas Jene ......., Ellis Claudine Lucille .... Ellis, Glenn Clyde ........ Ellis, Susan Tobey ........ Ellis, Vincent Victor .. Ellis, Virginia Ellen ,...... Ellis El Mallakh, Dorothea H. ........... . Vlfginia M. ,...... 220 178 321 464 403 338 244 226 397 398 464 230 319 433 314 339 344 186 464 327 359 317 206 415 382 428 Elmblade, Jane Carol .... 184,319,406 Elmore, John Howard ........ 344,353 El Sehaiye, Abdulla A. ................ 428 Elston, Robert Lee .....,............,.,,,, 240 Emerson, Candy .......,......., ,,,.,,A,., 3 59 Emerson, Joan Douglas ....... Emeson, Judith Joy ...... ,....,. .327, 464 .322, 418 Emmett, R. L, .......................,........ 208 Emrich, Katherine Ann ..... .324, 448 Enarson, Merlyn Pitt .................... 312 Endres, David Brian ........ ........343 Enge, Stephanie Rae .......,..,..,,,,,.4 323 Engel, Joseph Richard .,,.,........... 442 Engle, Robert Alan ..., 104, 232, 464 Englert, Timothy R. ......,..... 358,381 English, Karen Lee ...,......,......,.... 333 English, Martin John ...........,,, ,,,,,, 3 39 Engstrom, Barbara Lynn , ........... 464 Engstrom, Wayne Paul.,238, 376, 390 Enright, Patrick Joseph ...,............ 403 Enwall, Michael Richard .... 161,170, 234, 464 Fagaly, Rohert Dean, Jr. Failing, Richard Allen ....... Faingold, Fidclia ..,.............. Fairband, William R. ........ . Fairweather, Ellen Vail..1 Fakehany, Thomas Ellis 12, Falkenberg, Ann E. .,.....,.,., . Falls, Margaret Parker ....... Falstein, Linda Dale ....,..., Falstein, Richard Jay ........... Fancher, George Steven ..... Fanganello, Leonard R. ...... . Fankhoner, Linda Louise Fanning, James Wallace Fa rber, Steven Wayne ....... Farber, William Lewis ....... Faris, Richard Lloyd ..... Farley, Joshua Davis . ..... . Farley, Katherine Rae .......,. Farmer, Pamela ..,..........,,.. Farmer, Stephen Shales Farnsworth, Craig Ross Farnsworth, Karen Mona Farr, Noel Ellen ................... Farrell, Frances Mary ........... Farsje, Mary Susan ............. Fasiclc, Howard Cecil ll ..... Fassett, Diane Harriet ...,... Fattor, Yvonne Judy ........... Faulkner, John Leonard,.206, Fauske, James Herman .,............ Faust, Jacquelyn Ruth ....,.. Favour, Emily Howe ........... Fawcett, Pamela Sue ......,... Feeley, Sarah Percy ...,......... Fehrenhacher, Michael R. Feild, Francie Jane..101, 190, Feiner, Patricia Helen ......... Feis, Jean Ann ..... ................ Feldmayer, Frances Kay ..... Feldt, Susan Lee ..........,,... Felix, Richard David ......... Felker, Mary Margaret ....... Fell, Ruth Anne ................. Fellers, Terry Lynn..88, 194, Fellows, Richard John ......... Fellows, Robert Leroy ......... Fender, Judy Ann ..,...... Fenger, Frederic M. ...... , Fennell, Randy Jean ..... .3887 ,..Iii'6Q' 116, 376, 3567 .402, 464 448 388 332 266 375 433 317 464 200 464 405 433 390 464 374, 430 232 234 220 464 184 464 412 ...,...,.439 .........180 311 .184, .381, 389, .322, .184, .196, 253, .1s4, Sill' Fennie, Kent Jerome ..........,......... Fenton, Roger Arthur ......... ,. ...... . Ferenstein, Gerald Saul Ferester, Fergus on, Ferguson, Charles ......... Fergus Fergus Fe rgus on, ' Bonnie Jean ...,..... .... ..... Carl Lincoln .....,i......... Connie Sue .........,,..... on, Larry Ray ....... , ...... ...... on, William Royce Fernandes, Raymond C. 184 398 430 439 430 264 325 316 428 464 218 375 355 357 330 357 349 174 314 385 236 396 314 378 192 502 442 246 355 334 228 314 206 238 244 Ferraro, James E. ........,................. 410 Ferraro, Larry Ross ..,................... 264 Ferries, Barbara Hale .................... 280 Ferris, William Dewnrd 224, 369 464 Fevaag, Carolyn Ann ......... ............312 Fevaag, Joyce M. ...............,,......... 321 Fiebelkorn, Marcus Guy .............. 238 Fiedelman, Richard .............. 232,376 Fiegel, John Raymond ..........,..,.,.. 335 Field, Sondra Lee .... 180, 190,315, 428 Fields, David Lee .....i...,,............... 336 Fields, Lois Jean ............................ 419 Fife, Claire Louise .... .......... 3 25 Figge, Dorothea Louise .. .......... 328 Figi, Sara Quinnell ...................... 198 Files, Diana Clarke .............,,.,.,... 464 Finch, Winifred Ann ..184,316,375 Fine, Cappie Iona ..... ...... ,...,...,,,.. 3 14 Fine, David Michael .................... 232 Fine, Donald Dennis ......., 397, 405, 407,464 Fink, Joyce Lorraine ............,......, 178 Fink, Karen Sue .................... 321,406 Finley, Elizabeth J. ................,...,... 361 Finnessey, Beverly Joan ................ 186 Finney, Robert William ,...,......... 341 Fiocca, Thomas Robert ..,....,...... 220 Firth, Betty Lee ..,......,.......... 176,316 Fisch, Forest N. ........,..............,.... 344 Fischer, Larry Charles ........ 216,266 Fishburn, Merry E. ...... 188, 375, 408 Fisher, Craig Evans ............ 224,400 Fisher, Gary Kent ........... . .,........ 240 Fisher, Sharon Diane ............,..... 333 Fisher, Shiela Ann ,......,........... 311 Fishman, Nelson N. ............ 340, 388, 391,399 Fishman, Paul .............. .............. 4 64 Fisk, Neal Paul .......,...... ..,...,... 4 41 Fiss, Logan Randall ........ .......,,, 2 24 Fitch, Kathryn Frances .............,.. 184 Fitzpatrick, Donald L. ....,......,.... 208 Fitzpatrick, Helen Ann ........ 190,314 Fitz atrick Michael R 13 , . ..............., 230 Flaherty, James Michael 220 Flaherty, Kathleen Mary 232221174 Flanders, David P. ..............,......... 364 Flanders, Niles Delton ,....... 364,433 Flannigan, Dennis E. .,................ 234 Flater, Ann Charlotte .,,..... ..........311 Flaxer, Michael Jeffrey ..,...,.,......, 344 Fleck, Gail Christine .........i 186,390 Fleckten, Michele Mowat .......... 184 ..........192 178 Geshell, Norval Stanley ....... Flegal, Blair A. .,.,......,,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,.., 246 Fleming, Dorace Dena..182, 381, 464 Fleming, Terry Lowell ......,......... 349 Fleming, William Samuel ....,...i. 242 Flesher, Larry Paul ..........,,..,,,.,... 402 Fletcher, Jeanette M. ..,... ,..,,...,, 5 O0 Fletcher, Nancy ..,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,.,,,,, 1 86 Flexner, Nancy Ann ...,,,,,,,...,,,.,,, 178 Flick, Patricia ...,,,...,.....,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 184 Flint, Jo Ruthven ..............., 310,424 Florio, Richard Lewis .................,,, 226 Floyd, Patricia Ann ..........,, 188,321 Flygare, Robert Hans ., .....,.....,...... 208 Flynn, Raymond J., Jr. ....,... 228,430 Fogel, Helen Ruth ..18, 117, 178,319 Foley, Joan Elizabeth ........., 322,381 Foley, Timothy Stephen ..,... ...... 3 46 Folk, Jay Buell ............,.....,, 242,352 Follmer, Sharon Anne ...........,.,.. 188 Folz, Annette Pamela .,.,..., 194, 253, 357,374 Folz, William .,,,..,.,.......,,,,..,,,,,, 230 Fontanier, Lynne Marie ..,... 182,442 Fontius, Katherine ,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,, 196 Foote, Diana Christine ..........,,.,.. 333 Foote, Timothy Alan ...... ,..,.,,,,, 4 28 Forbis, Roger Peery .......,,,..,.,,...,,, 389 Giles, Genevieve ,... ..... .........467 Gilvert, Leon Joseph ........... Force, James Grant, lll ........ 338,432 Ford, Charles Louis ...............,,,.. 464 Ford, Charles Reed ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 3 35 Ford, Deann Cecile ..,.........,.....,, Ford, Douglas Owen ...,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,, Ford, Jack Earl .............,....., 230, Ford Robert Warren ,.......... Fordyce, John Travers ..226, Forester, Donald Robert Forgey, John Thomas ......... Fvrsv, Fo rm a Pamela Lynne ......... n, Patricia M. ,...,.. Forney, Richard T. ....... . 'E66f Qii6f 309 335 292 395 407 .........23O 464 375 326 358 176 Forrest, Leslie Carol ..,..,,,.,.,,..,.,,, Forsberg, Gary Lee .,...,,,,,,,,, 228,381 427,464 Forsberg, Janet Eileen .......,.,,,,.,,., 383 Forsman, Tressler ,..... 1 ,.,..,.,,,,,,,,,, 349 Forsythe, Dennis Hugh ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 424 Fortner, Nancy Ellen .,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 464 Fossum, Jeffrey Evan .....,.,.. 162,238 Foster, Bruce Edmund F. .... 402,441 Foster, Christopher A. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 338 Foster, David ..,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,., 4 64 Foster, Donna Louise , ..,,,,.,,, 316 Foster, Jeanine E. ....... ..,,,.,,,, 3 24 Foster, Rose Dye ......... ,.,,,.,..,,i, 1 S4 Foster, Stephen Forbes ........ 395,464 Foster, Sullavan S. .,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 236,430 Foster, Tad Stevenson Hu2u212,369 Fowler, Fowler, Julian Larry ...... .......... 4 15 Thell Boaz, III ...- ....,,.... .336 Fowlkes, John Wyley ...,...,............ 349 Fox, Candy Anne ........................ 196 Fox, Donald Ribers .....,........ 238,388 Fox, Pamela Louise .... 196,413,464 Foy, Marsha Nadine ,.......... ....... 3 27 Fraker, James Frederik ................ 400 Fraker, Leslie Helen ............ 174,326 Fraker, Ross McKee ............ 111 , 376, 398, 414, 415, 464, 494 Frakes, James William ........ 208, 389 ' ' 316 Ganong, Joanna Lee Fraley, Wallis Marie .................... Francis, Colleen Ann ....i..... 188, Francis, John Anderson ..........,..... Francis, Mansfield John .............. Franco, John Andres, Jr. Frangos, Steven Peter ................,. Fra nk, Arthur Jesse .,.,...,......,...,. Frank, Raymond George Franklin, Benjamin B. ...... . Franklin, James Eric .....,..... Franklin, Richard C. .......... . Franklin, Sandra Kaye ....... Frankling, Wilbur Alan Franks, John Milan ........ . Franks, Robert Arthur ....... Franson, Jean Winslow Franz, Barbara Jean ........... Franzen, Carla Mea ........... Frayle, Ellen Ann ,.......... .... Frazier, Kendrick C. . ....... Frederick, Michael John .. Fred ricks, Nada lrene ......, Freeman, John Davis lll . Freeman, Freeman, Freeman, Nancy Backlund Roxanne ............... William Edward French, Rosalind D. .......,.. . Fresch, William Joseph..338, Freyer, Anne Critcher ....... Frickey, Steven Todd .,....... Fried, Nancy Caryl .....,....... Friedland, Marvin Lee .... 232, Friedlund, John Burr ......... Friedman, Julie Ann ......... Friedman, Linda Ellen .. Friedman, Ted Alan .. Friedrichsen, Jurt A. .......... . 3397 464 220 464 335 343 238 464 .........242 464 389 176 465 208 396 413 465 Qii4f465 .1so,s19 .206,465 . ........ 222 .........465 .........222 .........465 .198, 324 ........212 .18-1, 465 397, 2121 466 184 266 .........178 404 466 397 ......,,.178 321 33221246 466 Friel, Barbara June ............. Fries, Robert Lee ........ Friis, Robert Harald ........... Frink, Michael Dexter ...... Frink, Patrick Edward ........, Frisk, Carol Louise ......,. . Frissell, Karen K. ....... . Fritz, Frederick C. .,,,...,.,., , Fritz, Janet Julia ......,.....,,.., Frohlick, Richard G. .......... . Frost, Nancy ,.,....,........,, , Fry, Henry Wellington ....... Fr man Ste hen Paul Y 1 P S Fuchs, Sandra Merle ...,...... .407, .l92, 324 .........466 .212 352 'Zio 1 Q24 275 .........276 .........319 .........500 .........23O 466 .41L .........338 .........19O .........22O ........,228 Fujimoto, Harry Hesashi Fukunaga, Susan Shigeko Fuller, Constance Ann nn22168, 413,466 UHUUUN434 .36O,466 ----1so,466 Fuller, Lynn Janet ,.,,,.,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,, 466 Fuller, Ralph Bath ...,.....,.,,.,,,,,,,, 275 Fuller, Robert Kenneth..226, 396, 407 Fuller, Terrence Alan ....,....,.,..,,.. 433 Fullerton, Dennis R, 1,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,. 218 Fullerton, Patricia A. .,....,. . Fullington, Dee Ann ......... Fullop, Mary Louise ........... Fundingsland, Stephen R. ...97, 385 186, 466 .........355 240 Funston, Suzanne True .....,,..,,,.,,, 186 Furgason, David Wallace .,.,..,,,,,, 125 Fuselier, Juliee Dixie .... 168,194,466 Fyke, Jennifer .......,.......,,,,.,,.,.,..,,,, 321 G Gahay, Jose Boris ....... .,,..,... , 344 Gabelman, Judith Ann ,, ,,,,,,,,,, 192 Gabriel, Linda Kay ,.,,,,.. ,,,,,,,., 5 OO Gabrielson, Gail Susan ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 466 Gaddess, Terry Gene .......... 338,414 Gadeken, Arlan Duane ....... 218, 446 Gagnon, Sandra Ann .......... 190,355 Gain, Judith Kathryn .......... 186,321 Gain, Robert Coldham ........ 240,466 Galbos, Thomas Dale ,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,, 283 Galey, Janice Marie .......,,,,, 311,442 Galin, Susan Joy ,.,,,,,,,...,.,,,,,,,,,.,, 178 Gall, Robert Allen ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 242 Gallagher, Linda Donlon .... 186,315 Gallegley, Charles Ray..404, 410,466 Gallegos, Gilbert F. .....,,,.... 364,466 Galloway, James Jordan .......i. 349 Galusha, Gary Lee ................,..... 352 Galusha, Gwen Dian ....... , ....,.,,, 194 Galvani, Gail Mae ...... 162,188,439 Gandy, Harry Ward ............ 404,410 ........317 Gant, Margaret Ann .................. 334 Garbarino, Judy Rae ............ 174,436 Garber, Lynn .............. .......,.......,.. 4 Z8 Garcia, Calvin Fletcher ........ 403,466 Garcia, James Richard ........ 292,399 Garcia, Victor Rehder ..,...,. 304,335 Gardell, Cecily Ann .................... 196 Gardenswartz, Beth Z. ................ 321 Gardenswartz, Jo Ann ,....... 200,439 Gardenswartz, Lee Ellen .... 200,319 Gardner, Bette Jane .................... 196 Gardner, Charles R. lll .... 224,275 Gardner, Elizabeth L. .................. 332 Gardner, James Lee ,................... 336 Gardner, Nancy Lee ............ 184,319 Gardner, Paul Wayne ..........,..... 343 Gardner, Susan Louise i............... 196 Garfield, Randolph, Jr. ...............i 466 Garifi, Eugene Anthony ...,........ 343 Garland, Richard Dwayne ........ 402 Garnett, Barbara Lynn .... 98,356,430 Garnier, Jeannette V. ........ 194,320 Garnsey, Laura Kenney ,............. 333 Garon, Sheila Rosalyn 2200, 438,467 Garretson, Ann Caroline .... 317,467 Garretson, Judith Lynn ..........186 Garrett, Judith Ann .................... 359 Garrett, Larry Eugene ................ 467 Garrett, Lionel Maxwell .............. 341 Garrison, Julia Ann ..................., 321 Gartland, Maureen .............. 176,314 Garver, Mary Catherine u----3zr 419 406, Gary, Michael Anthony .............. 238 Ga tes, Reginald David 448 Gatewood, Sharon P. ..411,415, Gaul, Barbara Jane ...................... 467 Gaunce, Karen Irene .................. 188 Gaw, David Burchard Gayer, Paul Thilo .,........ Gebhardt, Richard F. ..........222 ..........467 Geck, Francis J. ...,.....,.....,............ 413 Gee, John Arthur ........................ 228 Geier, Thomas Michael .............. 467 Geiger, Joseph J. lll ......,..,.......... 467 Geils, Rosanne Marie .... .......... 3 33 Geller, Ellyn ...1........... .......... 3 80 Geller, Shirlee Rae .................... 467 Geller, Stuart Mitchell ........ 380,467 Gellman, Arthur Mayer .... 232,374 Geltz, Velerie Jane ....,.......,. 329,467 Genschorck, Gay Ann ................ 500 Gentle, John Stephen .......... 340,399 George, David Claude ..228,415,467 George, James Pierce .......... 389,394 George, Susan Linda . ........... 198,320 Georgeson, George Alan ....23O, 358 Georgeson, Susan Ann ................ 321 Gerbig, Lee Charles ......,..... 402, 467 Gerety, Paulette ............................ 190 Gerhardt, Frank Albert .... 170, 210, 407,438,467 Gerhardt, Paulette Ann .... 106,186, 370,467 Gerhart, Susan ........,.......... Gerke, Kathy Ann . ............ .. German, James Jay ............. Gertsh, Richard Edward Gessley, Patricia Ann ......... Getzelman, John Chapell Ghiasi, Emamudin ......,...... Gia ue Sharol n Cl . Y ---.------,--,--, Gibbens, Thomas Myron Gibbons, Linda Kathleen Gibbs, Carol Lynn ....... .18O, Gibson, Carole Ann ........... Gibson, James Sherwood Gibson, Linda Anne .,..,,..,.. Giddings, Delbert Verne Gilbert, John A. Ill ............. Gilbreath, Wiliam Owen Gilcrest, Leo John, Jr. ,.,...,. . Giles, Sharon Lynn ...... Gill, James Dubler ............. Gillaspie, David Dean ....,.. Gillespie, John .........,.,.,..... Gillespie, Richard E. ........ . Gillis, Merilynn Rosina ........ Gilmore, James Joseph ....... .........174 .327, 467 .........348 .........349 .........346 .........360 400 226, .344,42s .........322 ........,344 .........309 441, 467 .18O, 312 .........224 .........196 .........383 ......,..242 ........340, 388, 391 .........222 .........310 .........182 .........361 .218, 388, 394, 437 .338, 398 ........382 ........383, 418, 428 .........381 188 320 Gilmore, Judy Kathleen ...... , Gingrich, Mary Ann .........., Ginn, R. D. .........,...........,.... . Ginn, Sherril Louise ,......,.. .. .196, 316 ....,....238 198 168, 226, Girardot, Raymond A., Jr. .. 374 Gittelman, Sandra E. .,.... ,..,,..,,.., 2 00 Givan, Raymond Urial, Jr. .......... 349 Gjorstad, Yngve ..................,......... 304 Gladding, Stephen Crane ..,...... 208 Gladstone, Carol Joy .......... 200,319 Glazz, Don .Robert .............. 210,467 Glaser, Marilyn ............................ 200 Glaze, Nancy McClaine ...... 190,374 Glaze, Sally Rinehart .......... 190,467 Gleason, George Stephen ............ 228 180 314 Glidewell, Judith Ellen olmkan, Albert, III ..........., 2661346 Gloe, Darryl Dean ................ 402,467 Gluck, Frederick George ...,.,.,.... 222 Gobbo, Alan Paul ......................., 230 Godbold, Evelyn Holves ......... 316 Goddard, Earl ................1................. 400 Godwin, Barbara Barnum ...,........ 467 Godwin, Larry Brian ...................... 467 Goeller, Robert John ......... ......... 3 51 Goetz, Thomas Anton .........,.......... 412 Goetzman, Patricia Ann ................ 320 Goff, Kenneth Porter ....... Goffstein, Ina Rae ..........1.. .....,..,234 ....,....310 Gohring, Guillermo A. .................. 428 ' 320 Goldberg, Bonnie ....................., Goldberg, Gary Lee ................ 24 , 6u469 Goldberg, Marcia .................... 178, 333 Goldberg, Mitchel Roy ..,....... 364, 389 Golden, 1. I.. ..,........................,...,.... 469 469 Golden, Jean ..................,......... 411, Golden, Mary Katherine ...... 311, Golden, Paul John ............,......,...... Goldhammer, Sara Lynn .............. Goldman, Nelson .......,...,...,.,.,...... Goldsberry, Nancy Kay ........ 198, Goldstein, Karen Jean .................. Goldstein, Ma rgy Lynn .................. Goldwater, Roselyn ............... Goll, Beverly Joeann .357, Golub, Michael M. ................ 232, Gommel, David Robert .........,...... Gonzales, Abel Kenneth ...,.. 339, Gonzales, Armando D. ............,.. . 276 Good, Michael Brien .... 224, 381 339 200 469 469 178 332 Goldthwait, Joan .................,.......... 317 469 312 469 222 428 340 351 375 Gooding, Lynn Deane .......... 176, Gooding, Pamela E. ............. . Gooding, Patricia Ann ......... Goodman, John Paul .,.,.,.. 168, 174, 385, 469 361, 374 443 Goodmaster, Richard E. ,.............., 398 Goodridge, Laurie Mason Goodridge, Thomas Dixon ,....... ..208 Goodwin, Jacqueline J. ......,..... ...... 4 18 Goodwin, Larry Dale ........... Goralnik, Diane Ellen ........... .........341 168, 200 Gordon, Frank Joseph ..........,. 398, 469 Gordon, Gayle .............. .....,..., 1 92, 469 Gordon, Maurice Ivan ....1..,.......... 338 Gordon, Timothy Taylor .............. 236 Gordon, Waldo Hy ..........,........,.... 469 Gorenstein, Leonard N. .........,,,.... 232 Gorishek, William Hunt ,......,....., 234 Goshi, Vincent Sadao .,....,............. 431 Gossett, Marsha Jean ....... Gottlieb, Janet Pauline ......... Gortwald, Johannes F. ........ . Gould, Rebecca Anne ......... Gould, Ronald Wallace ....... Gowdy, Gayle Ann .............. , Grabow, Alma Diana ........... Grabow, Georgia Kay ........ Grace, Larry Rolland .... 21 Grace, Thomas Gordon . ...... , Stephen Wilcox .. Graham, Graeber Daniel Earl .... 21 ........,184 .415, 469 .........3Z7 .........469 , ........ 198 355, 428 .........314 343, 373 .........40O ............240 8 349 421 1 Graham, Peggy Ann .............. 182,469 Graham Richard Joseph ...... 236,340 Graham, Rickey Lynn .................. 206 Graham, Robert ..............,., ,..,,,,,, 3 58 Graham Graham , Robert Patrick ...,,.........., 399 , Robert William ............ 226 Graham, Vergene Ann ........ Gramlich, Gail Swift ....... Grange, Pamela Louise . ..........322 ......,.174 .........316 Granner, Donald Lee . ........... .344 Grant, Gloria Rae .......................... 194 Grant, Nancy Louise ............ 188,312 Grant, Susan Mary ,......... .... Grantham, Hilda Lucinda .. Grassb ' 1196, 391 469 , John liunt ..,,.......... 236,469 400 469 1 Graves, Byron James ,,,,.,.,,,,,,, 224, Graves, Glenn Kennedy 383, 400, Graves, Linda Kay ...............,.,...., M419 Steven Scott ......... ....... ...... 2 6 6 Graves Thomas Joseph ........ Graves, Gray, Charles Ill ......,..........., Gray, Linda Joyce ...,..,,.,,,,.,.. ..........379 .........358 .176 333 Gray, Nancy Ann .................. 1901469 Gray, Robert Edwin, Jr. ............... 334 Greaves, Teri Ann ........... Grebe, William R. Jr. ..,... . Greco, Green, Green, Green, Green, Donald George Frances Louise .........18O .........469 Ernest Leroy Ill .......... 228, 341 .18, 117, 120, 194, 469 Samuel Wasser ..... . .... 232, 335 Virginia Lois .,.,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 500 Greenamyer, Jill .,....A............... 195, Greenberg, Greenberg, Greenberg, Greenblatt, Greenblatt, Carol Ann .......r.......... Lois Elaine ...... Louis Eugene .. Phill David ,.,.... ......... Harris Greene, Kenneth Lee .....,v . ............ Sandra Lee .................. 6 Greene, Jonny joyce ......,. ,..,.. 1 7 , Greene, Marijean Louise ...... 176, Greenwald, Carol Ann ......,... 322, Greenwood, john Thomas ..,......,.. Greer, Gary Lavern ............,.. Greer, Marjorie Deming ....... Greer, Philip Fields .......... Greer, Thomas F. jr. ..... . Gregory, Kristin ...................... 198, Cvreslo, Michael Ray ...... Gridley, Judith Lynn ............. Griesser, David Espy ........... Griffin, Griffin, Griffin, Griffin, Griffith, Griffith Griffith Griffirh: Griffith 1 David Michael ...,,.. Holly Marriott .......,. Robert D. ........,..,. . Rosetta .................. Gene Morrill ....., joseph Blaine ...... Mary Margaret ....,., Paula Janice ........... Robert Wayne ........ 321 320 200 230 232 469 333 208 469 401 242 .125, 502 324 220 226 469 .........230 .........184 .226, 350 .........469 ,........355 . .,...... 234 .........356 220 ,.,......222 .........1S2 ..,......356 218, 282, 284, 286 .19O, 440 Griffiths, Kathleen .....,......... Gurrler, Lynne Marie . ..... .. Griffith, Vicki C. .................. . Grigg, Lorna Orchard ,... ....... Grill, Sondra Sue ............... Grimes, William Joseph ....... .........312 .446, 469 ,322, 403 ....,....283 Grimm, Clyde Lee ..............,........... 208 Grimm, Linda Marie ............ 327,403 Grisham, Marcy Joe ........ ........--.- 2 42 Griswold, Martha Lea ..........., ,.... . H324 Griswold, Sara Penelope , ..... 358,469 Groenke, Diane ...............i..-.---.----- 1 311 Grohne, Sheryl Louise ...... 2 ..------ 356 Gronsral, Patricia Ann .. ,-.------ 157- Gros, john Richard ........ --....-- 4 69 Gross, Nancy joan . ......... --.--,.- 3 55 Grosman, Sandra Lee ...... --,-.--. 3 20 Grosso, Georgine F. .............,.....----. 355 Grosvenor, Nila Pauline ................ 326 Groves, Thomas Henry .....,.. 233,469 Grow, Dorrene Sally .... 120, 176, 314 Grumbine, Margaret Mary ............ 439 Grunczewski, Peggy Ann ...... 188, 374 Grunkemeyer, Carl Otto .............. 469 Guadngnoii, Emilia E- .....,-. --Y..---- 3 34 Gualireri, janice E. ..........i............. 332 Guenther, Blanche Ruth .........,-.,, 314 Gugglgin, Leo ...........,.,,................... 349 Guex, Loyse .................,..........,......... 188 Gullerre, Gary Eugene ..-,-i-------.-vv- 230 Gundersen, Jens Helga ......., 415, 426, 428, 469 Gunstream, Diana Lee .......... 176, Guptill, Peter Gould ...... Gustafson, john Ralph ...... Gustafson, Judith L. ..... . Gu tnfson Si rid 5 , g ......., ......, Gustine, Beverly jane ........,.. Guitierrez, Cezar E. .............. . Guy, Dianne Gordon ....19O, Guyer, Berry Lois ................... H Haag, Lois Ann .................. Haagensen, Robert Varco .. Haakinscm, Eldon John ...,... Haar, Barbara Lynn ............ Haas, Haron Charles ...,...... .238, .186, 469 469 332 335 .........356 310 ...,.....184 .........3B1 311, 437 182 469 298 426 ........32O 469 332 319 Hackathorn, Carol Sue .. Hackman, Laura jane .... Hadady, Nancy Ann ............ 109, E153 Haddow, john Cody ............. Hadley, Hadley, Hadley, Charlotte H. ,...,..... . 379, ......,..351 ..,......469 Patricia M. .... .......--.-.------- . 359 ' 383 Sara Alice ..,....... , ...... Harrington, Holly H. . 310, Hafer, Carole Suzznnne ...........,...... 183 Hafer, Thomas William ....... Hafner, William john .....,..... Hafstrom, Jocelyn F. ...... 174, Hagan, Bonnie Barbara 0190, Hage, William Alan ------------- Hageboeck, Anne .........i....... Hagen, James Russell ..,...., Hagius, Susan Claire .........---- Hngood, James Mitchell ......, Hahn, David Linton ............. Hahn, Esther Priscilla .,...... Haines, Peter de Camp ...,... Hajmrwala, B. ..................... . Hake, Diedra Louise ............. Halcomb, Katherine Ann ,.... Haldeen, Bob L. Y. ..-.-.....---.--- -- ........,341 ..., .,.. 230 424, 448 253, 374 ....,...,23O .........19S ..,.....238 .........182 , .,.,,.., 341 .206, 389 .......,.469 .........216 ...,.....338 .......,.413 , ........ 469 374 194 ZOB .23O, Hale, Ann ...............................,........ Hale, Daniel Cudmore .. Hale, Daniel Roger ..... Hale, Diane Keoki ,.,..... Haley, Michael Thomas .... Haley, Ora Ben, III ........ ........242 ........198 ........432 ........428 Haley, Patrick Douglas ,. ................ 432 6 469 Haley, Ruth Ann .................. 19 , Halfen, john David ........ Halfon, Bernice ,. ........ Halford, Mildred Ann .. Halker, Sandra Alexina ............34O ..i.....469 ., ............ 186 469 Hall, D:an Vincent ................ 413, Hall, jesse Samuel jr. .... ............ 2 14 Hall Karhlyn A. ......... ........ 3 IO Hall Larry Gene ..... Hall Hall Mary Steele ....... Maxine Irene . .,...,..i.,.469 ........415, 469 ......,..,.,312 Hall, Nancy ,lane ..... ........ 1 94 Hall, Patricia Ann ....... ........ 3 26 Hall skip ,,............. ......,.. . ,.,....... . 264 Hall ' 346 , Walter David ........................ 0 Hallenbeck, George A. .......... 22 , Haller, Susan Fessler .............. 174, Hallock, Ken Bruce ,..... 218 Hamblin, Steven Thomas Hnmbric, Marshall R. ........ , Hamer, john Pence ........ . Hamil, Carolyn Kay .,......... Hamil, Karen Ruth ............. Hamilton, james Arnold Hamilton, Richard G. ....... . , 438, .19O, 427 430 470 343 404 ...........296 320 316 343 352 190 Hamilton, Susan Loretta .............. Hamilron, Wallace F. ,,.. ...... . .........442 242 Hamm, john Henry, III ................ 212 Hamm, Robert Dale ............. Hamm, Thomas Edward jr. Hammar Norman Lind ..... Hammer: odd Hauvard 42622 -1:21212 ....23O s 470 Hammerberg, Robert E. ........ 359: Hammett, Raymond Lee ...... 266, Hnmmill, Priscilla E. ....... ......,.... . Hammill, Sue .................. Hammill, Virginia ....,.......,. Hammond, Douglas Ray ,.... Hammond, joan Marylyn ...., Hammond, Phillip Robert Hammond, Susan jean ......... Hammer, Wendy Sue ,...,... Hamrick, Terry Robert ...,.. Hanan, Vance Albert ...,....... Hancock, Robert Lee ............. Hzmdelman, Nancy jo ........... Haney, Richard Lee jr, ........ . Hanice, Steven Harold ........, Hanley, Sharon Ann . .... .. Hanna, Sylvia Ann .,... . Hanneman, Stephanie .... Hansell Teresa Kate ........ Hanseni Charles Edward Hansen, George Albert ....,,.,. Hansen, Jacqueline Rae .,..... Hansen, Hansen, john Roger ........ ..... Hansen, jon Edward ............. Hansen, Linda Margaret .....,. Hansen, Hansen, Hansen, Thomas R. ,...,.,. . Hansen, Hanshew, Deanna Lee ...... Hanshew, Ion Earl ........... Lynne Louise ......... Mary Esther ........... XVilis Henry ........ 437 379 319 ........322 .....,..-170 ...,.,.,,335 190, 319 .........238 .........316 ....,...316 ,.......4OZ .........335 .........37l .192, 315 .22O, 335 .407, 470 .........319 ,317, 433 .180, 470 .176, 253 ..,......395 .,,.,....23S .........315 .198 374 jeanie Marie .....,..... , 336, 371, 376, .19O, 174, .174, .226, .212, .19O, Hansley, Paula Lynn ............. Hanson, Alden Bennett ....... Hanson, james Paul ............... Hanson, Lawrence Eric ...,... Hanson, Linda Kay .............., Hanzlik, Carole Ann .....,....... Hanzlik Jeanne Kathryn ....... . Hn rberr, Eloise .................... Harcourt, Doreen joan Harder, Dennis Max Harding, Lucy Klamer Hargerr, Linda Ruth ....... Harlan, Patricia Lee ............... Harlan, Robert D, jr. A ,,,,,,,,, Harley, Donald Edward .,..... 470 224 192 390 378 236 220 198 345 375 440 .........292 349 315 190 374 .........470 .....,..4TO ,..,.r.,266 .......,IS6 ........322 .,.......19O 374 ......,..47O 443 Harley, Kathryn Anne ............ 357, Harmon, Alice Diane .... 174, 316, 443 Harmon, Linda Beverly ................ 194 Harmon, Margaret jean .,..,........... 325 Harmon, Margo . ,.,........ ...... ........ 1 9 2 Harness, Richard Dale ............,..... 336 Harper, Glenn Nesbit, jr. ............ 346 Harper, Katharine C. ......,. ........ 3 28 Harper, Phillip Rodney ,..... ........ Harper, Shirley Mae .,,....... ....... Harpstr Harpstr ite, james ....... ite, jerry C. . ....,.... .. 341 315 .,......47O ,,......338 186 Harrington, Michael D. ...... .......... 2 40 Harris, Harris, Barbara Hart ..,,...,.,............ 332 470 Bill Durnin .,,.,,.....,. ...224, Harris, Catherine A, ..... . Harris, jean Ellen ..., ,....... Harris, Kathryn Naomi .........,..5O0 14 ........333 Harris, Linda Louise ....,..... .328 Harris, Sally Peck ............. ........... 3 61 Harris, Samuel Noble ..... ...,...,... 2 66 Harris, Sandra Kay ........................ 183 Harris, Susan Goodwin ....,..... 184, 320 Harris, Thomas David ........., 338, 388 Harris, Virginia Grace .................. 192 Harris, William C. ........ 256, , Virginia Lee ........................ 447 259 261 265, 264 Harrison, Henry Scott ....... ............. 4 70 Harrison, Karen .............................. .314 Harrison, Nina Frances ....,.. Harrold, Lucinda jean .................. 180 Harrold, Mary Virginia .......... Harshbarger, Marry Jack ........ 259: Harshman, Frank james ,.......... Hart, john Murray ..,... Hart, Mary Louise ........... Hart, Senin Katherine .................. Hart, Weridell Hugh ...................... Hartley, Sharon Edwards .............. Hartman, Gary joseph .....,..........., 316 419 192 470 264 226 ...........4-13 309 194 470 470 224 470 Hartman, Suzanne Carol ..,.........., Hartney, Patrick joseph .... ............ 2 38 Harvey, joan Glass ...,.......,.........,.. 316 185 Harvey, Nancy Bell ...,.,.....,............ Hash, john Armstrong ............,.,... 218 Hnshii, Douglas Mitsuru ....,. 388, 390, 391, 394, 398 Hashimoto, Irene . .,......................... 500 Haskell, juriith Halbert ........ 360, Hass, Marcia Jewclle ...................... Hzistie, Carolyn Ann ,...356,-413, Hastings, Karyl Louise ..,....... 202, 470 326 Hassapoglou, Costa ,..... ..,............... 3 38 470 443 470 Hastings, Kent Rny ,....... 400, 407, Hatch, Ellen Leigh .,..........,........,.. 326 ' 502 Hmmn, Alvin Earl ......,,...,...... 338, Hatton, Joyce Kay ...........,.........,.... 309 Hnuge, Barbara Anne .... 186, 4.37, 470 Hnuk, Carol Ann ...............,...,...... 397 346 Hnuptman, Ronald Paul ......,......... Hauser, Bzirbarn Suzanne ..,... 174, Hnusmnnn, Maxine Elaine. .......... . 415 Hauser, Vincent V. .... .................. Z 42 317 340 Hawes, Gary Hollis .,....... Hawk, Cathy .....,............. ffffffaie 413 Hawk, David Eugene , ................... Hnwkinbcrry, Susan Lee .............. 470 Hawkins, Kendall ............,.............. 3 38 Hawkins, Robert Lewis ......... , ........ 218 Hawthorne, Catherine E. ....,. 186, 315 Hay, john Leonard .,....,.,...,,. Hay, Laura Ann .............. 188, Hay, Lester Leonard jr. ....., . ,125, 501 311, 330 2208, 389 Hayden, Virginia Rix .................... 439 Hayes, Carol Grncc ....,........... 192,470 Hayes, Marie Helen .............,........... 3 22 Hayes, Pamela Ann ..,.....,...,........,.. lS6 Hayes, Patricia H. ...,......,....... 174, 316 Hayes, Richard Lee ........ 403, 411, 470 Hayes, Shirley Anna ...................... 312 Hnyhursr, Edward G. .. 352 Haynes, Dennis Craig .................,.. 470 403 Haynes, Richard Arlow .. Hays, Evelyn Eileen ...... Hays, Meredith Kaye ........,., Hazard, Berry ..... .........,...,...... ........,309 ....,....3ZO 419 327, Hazzard, Rosalind .......,.................. Healy, Kathleen Alicia ......... Healy, Patricia Joanne ..... ...... Heasley, Sheila Weston ..,,.., Heath, Teresa Elaine ...... 186, Eiil' SOO 188 470 Heanue, john Paul jr. .....,.............. 336 317 332 346 Heaton, Robert Main ............ 206: Hebert, Nanerre Keener ..............., 176 176 Heckel, Pauline G. ........, . Hedrick, Ronald Wayne .. Hee, Emily Mew Kit .... :i2:iiiii317 ...........3l7 soo Hear, Judith L. ....,... ...............,. , Heeren, Judith Ann .............. 107, 168, 180, 446, 470 Heflin, Beverly ,Iennnc ...... ,... 1 90,470 Heil, Ann Elizabeth .,.................... Heil, Darrell XVnyne ,,.... . Heilmzin, Donna Mae ........... 317 ...,,......443 312 Heimzm, Shirley Ann .................... ZOO Heimmm, Mary Elizabeth ............ 180 Hein, Marvin Carl ..,....................... 240 Hein, Richard Alun r............... 335, 336 Hein, Robert Eldor . ........... ........... . Hein, Ronald Ardcll ....... Hein, Hein, Hein Valerie Patricia .. Sandra Ann ........... XVilliam Eugene .... , Heinemann, Kathleen Ann . Heins, Heisel, udith I ouise j . ........ ,... . Sharon Loretta ......... Heiser, Virginia .... . ................ Hcllanci-Hansen, Erik A. .... . Heller, Betty Io ..................... Heller, Lawrence Howard Heller, Marshall David ......... 395 .........470 .........3Z6 ........,327 .........47O ,1SO, 470 184. 470 ....,,...3I5 .192, 316 .415. 426, 428, ,470 ,........19S .23Z, 439 .232, 470 Heller, Ulf Ronald .......... 339, 394, 391 Helmick, Judith Ann ..........,. 198,311 Helmkc, Richard Louis ........ 402, 410, 412, 414, 470 Helms, Sharyn Sue ...... 100,198,470 Helwig, Norman Robert ........ 125, 502 315, 382 Hemphill, joy Clair ....................... Henderson, Dc Oscin O. ..... . Henderson, Linda Sue ....... ,,... ...... 4 2 S Hemmeter, Sally Newton 259, Henderson, Nancy C. . ,,.... ........ . .182 264 .415 Henderson, Robert ..,........ .......... 2 34 Henderson, Robert .................,........ 349 Henderson, Rodney Alan ..,......,... Hendrix, joseph Morton .......,....... Henkle, Martha Ann .,....... ......... Hennessy, Melinda B. ....... ........ . Peter, Richard ................. Hennig, Susan Mnkay ................... .364 .348 .328 .186 2328 Henninger, Russell A. jr. .......,....., 386 Henry, Marilcc, ...,............. .......... 3 I5 Henry, Michael john ..............,,...... 358 Henry, Patrick Milburn .................. 352 Henshaw, joan Elizabeth . ,.... ........ 3 32, 397, 470 Heppes, jnnct Dorothy ......... Herbert, john Galen ........... Hcrbst, Charles Erwin . Herman, Linda Kay Heron, Patricia Ruth ....... .125 9 ,315 228 ........346 ,.......,355 .........-470 ..,......328 Herrick, Barbara Jeanne ,....,. Herring, john Williain ............... Herrmann Clzuudin Grace Hcrschbcriigr, judy Mary , ...349 .......1SO O 470 Herlel, Delia jane .......................... 470 Herrel, Mary Ann .....,...,,.., Herzberper, Adele B. ...... 18 Herzig, Michael Robert ..... 8236 v ....324 S 385 470 Herzog, Dianne Doris ,... 168, 184, Hess, Eleanor R. ......,....................... 500 Hess, Ronald Kenneth 535,353,398 Hcrhcotc, Herbert Wayne ..,..,...... 372, 415, 470 I-Icrhcringron, Mary C. .................. 1.80 Heuer, Ann .,,....,.....,.......................... 97 Hrugn, james Frederic .,......,. 236, 280 Hintr, Aden Dale jr. ............,. 415,470 Hinrr, Pnuln Carolyn ..,.,.....,........,.. 310 Hickey, Mary Marjorie .......... 184,321 Hickey, Patricia .....,. . ........... .. Hickcux, David Hunter .,.... . Hickox, William Alan .................. 225 Hicks, Donald Thnckcry ................ 234 .........196 388 .35Z, Hicks, Edward john .,....,.,.,........... 234 Hicks, Vaughn Lee ......,......... 196, 360 Hicks, Adolf E. ..............,...,....,...... 470 Higby, Iumcs Eugene jr. ........ 228, 339 Highy, Sarah Ann .,...,,....,. .......... l 90 Higgins, Chnrlci- A. .......... . High, Richard Norman ..,.. Hilde, Ellen Joann ....,............ Hildel'vrnndx', Helen L. Hildrerh, Judith jean ............ Hilkey, Daniel Martin .........335 .........335 .472 . ..,......,... 317 319 180, Hill, Dc Ann Lydn ..,................,.... 327 Hill, james Calvin , .... ......... 4 07, 472 Hill, john Ruger ..... ..,. ..... 2 2 4, 369 Hill, Marilyn Louise ............. 198 Hill, Patil Larry ............. ....... . .472 Hill, Terry Rex ................,.. .......,.. 2 16 Hillerud, Gary William ....., ...... 2 44 Hillhuusc, Linda Luc ...,...............,.. 383 Hillis, john Charles ...,....... , .......... .391 Hillman, Gary Lee ..lO7, 206, 397, 472 Hillman, Gloria Lynne ..16S, 178, 374 Hillman, john David ..., 170,232,472 Hillnck, Wayne Delbert ....,........... 399 Hillway, Richard A. ...... 297.216, 376 Hilrbrnncl, jon Hmlen .,........., 242, 472 Hilton, james Michael .................. 210 ....i,...210 Hilton, jon Ray ......... ,....... . Hines, William Anders ..,.........,..... 340 Hinn, Karen Elizabeth ........... 190 .117, Hinson, Virginia Ruth ......,..,.....,.. 328 Hinton, Wilblirt Hartley ..,............. 240 Hinzelman, Harry john ..-400, 407, 472 Hipps, Dee Ann . ..,........,......,.....,.,.. 328 Hipps, Mary Lou ..,........,............,.., 472 Hirnbnynshi, Timothy .......,.. 338, 398, 402, 407 Hirsch, Carol Dana ............. 200 Hirschficld, Roberta L. Hirschmnn, Richard ............, 1525" , 472 246 Hirst, Edwin Ralph ...,,....,.,.... 340, 398 Hirt, Patricia Lynn .,..,.......,.. .196, 321 Hishinumn, Rosemary .,.,........ 309, 434 Hitch, Hilary MK. ................ 190, 312 Hong, Mnry Lynn ....... ......... 3 16 Hobbs, jerry Lee .........., ......... 4 72 Hobbs, john Keith ......... .....,... 3 35 Hoch, David Stuart ....... ....... . .240 Hochman, Dean ......... ......... 3 O9 Hodgon, Cziml Lynn ..... .............. 1 84 Hodge, jerry Lee ................ Hodge, Richard Everett ..,.... ..........218 .244 441 1 Holland, Mary Priscilla ........ 102, Hodges, Binnie Anne .................... 355 502 Hodges, Frank Jay ...........Y .AA... 1 25, Hodgson, Ellen Louise ....,.. . Hodgson, Georgia Louise . Hodgson, Steven H. .,.,..... . Hodskins, John Eugene .. ..198, Hoebel, Elizabeth Jean .................. Hoerl, Donald Martin ..,... 321 321 216 ..........214 329 ..........266 266 174 Hoeschler, James W. ............-.-----.- - Hoese, Patricia Jo ............................ Hoffman, Darlene Carol ................ 332 Hoflman, Lynn Cheryl ..120, 188, 314 Hoffman, Mary Ellen .......--..--.-------. 311 Hoffman, Ruth Carlisle 120,188,324 Hoffman, David Ray ...................... 222 Hoffman, Marcia Ruth ........ 176,375 1-loffschneider, Douglas .................. 350 Hofmann, Danny Jay ,,...., ............. 3 51 Hofmann, Diane Bohn ........,. 356, 472 Hofwolt, Gerald Lee .................... 338 Hogaboom, Brenda May ...,............ Hogan, Gisela Barrie ...,.........,...... Hogan, Mary Patricia ....,....... 196, Hohman, Russell Edward ...... 339, Holaday, Ann Elizabeth 196,319, Holford, Thomas William ,,.. ......., 333 198 374 Hogan, Thomas Timothy ...,.......... 264 398 443 244 437 Holitza, Frank James ............,....... Holland, Eugene Marlo ........ 379, 388, 472 389, Hollingsworth, Alfred D. .,.... 264, Hollis, Emily Sue ..........,. Hollow, Jim ..........,,........ Hollow, John Lawrence .. ........ .. Holman, Eloise Linden .............,., Holmer, Richard Newton ............ Holmes, Allan Lee ..........,............. Holmes, Holmes, Marlyne L. ...i................. . Holmes, Roger Franklin ......i......... Holt, John Joseph ............ Holt, Lucianne ..,.....,...,..... Holthausen, Stephen A. ............... . Holtzapfel, Barbara Ann Holtzman, William A. .. ..........,.,... .. Holvoet, John Edward .....,..,......... 190 472 333 278 382 190 208 238 Caroline Yvonne .... 186,379 472 208 234 174 214 472 234 402 472 Holzapfel, Alan Kepler ........ 427, Homkey, Gerald Alwyn ................ 350 Hood, Judy ...........i.......................... 188 Hooper, Michael William ............472 Hooper, Susan Belle ...........,.,......., 356 Hoover, Harwood Jr. ..........i,...,.... 349 Hopkins, Claude Richard .........379 309 Hopkins, Kathleen Ann ..............., Hopple, Diane Lorraine .....,.. 192, 320 Horberg, Anders Lee ...............,.... 352 Horejsi, Frank Neal ,..... ,...,...... 4 21 Horen, Robert Philip .,.... .......... 2 34 Horiuchi, Paul Yasu .... .......... 4 72 Horn, James Alan ..,..,.. .............. 2 18 Horn, Linda Kay .....,.....,.,.,..,,,..,.... 332 Horn, Lyle William ..............., 396, 401 Horner, Leslie Miles ............. Horner, Robert Norman ...,. Horrigan, Kathleen M .......... Horschman, Alice C. . ..... .. Hosack Robert Ga 'le . ......,. 182 412 , ', ............i..... Hoshiko, Thomas Allen ............,. Hoskin, Gregory Keith ........ Houck, Darryl Dale .,......,.,, Houge, Larry Rineus ,,..,..... Houghton, Ronald Ray ...... Houghton, WarrenThomas Houlsehan, Donald A. .,... . 332 472 351 472 125 Hostetler, Linda Fae .,..........., 186, 324 336 405 348 240 502 196 House, Susan .....,.......,,...,,.. Hoverstock, Rolland W. Howard, Billye Marie ..,. Howard, Edson Robert .,..., Howard Frank Phel s 2211112234 ,.........31z ..........352 , p ................,. 240 Howard, Tracy Xllfilliam 170, 220,472 Howe, Benjamin Ramsey .... 216, 261, 264, 400 Howe, Gail Packer ..,...,,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,,, 186 Howe, Henry Herbert Jr. .......,,,., 389 Howe, Richard Church .,.,..,..,.,,,,,,, 390 Howell, Don Melvin ...... ....,..... 3 38 Howell, Don Melvin ......,.,..,..,,.,.,,, 338 Howell, Edward Burton ...,..,,,,,,,,,, 266 Howell, John Barker ..,....,,,,,,, 226, 407 Howell, Julia Gadbury ....,...,,,, 194, 314 Howell, William Ellis ..Q ..,...,.l,,.,,,,, 226 Howlett, Claude A. ,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,, 2 20 Howrey, Jerry Lee ........ ,,.,.,,,,, 2 92 Hrihar, Neal Edward .,.... .,,..,,.., 4 ll Hroza, Scott W. .,....,..,.. .......,.,..,. 4 OO Hsu, Dick Ping .,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hubbs, Kathryn Fay .,,...,..,,.,. Hubby, Charles Oakley ,.,... Huber, Joan Marie .....,,.,....... Hudleson, Lavonna Belle .... Hudson, Frederick W. ......... . Huebsch, Donald William .. Huey, Adele Susan .,.. ,,..,,..,, ..........472 ..317, 418 ..........220 ..........358 ..........327 ..396, 439 ..........266 ..........196 Huey, Beth Margaret ,.... ....... 1 84,472 Huff, Nancy Lee .......... ..,.,.....1..... 1 8 Huffer, Joyce ....,,.,...,............,..,.,,..... 500 Huft, Larry Kenneth ........... 336, 472 Hughes, Barbara .......... .............. Hughes, David Allen ....,. .......... Hughes, David .....................,..1....... Hughes, Hildreth Evelyn ..,..,....,.,. Hughes, Sharon Lee ..................,,.. Hughes, Susan Paquita .......... 186, Hull, Christine . ,............ ........18, Hull, Nancy ............,..........,...,.......... Hulse, Don ........................ Hulwick, Sandra Corinne .... 180, Humes, Jacey Clark ........,............... Humlicek, Connie Sue .... Hummer, Sharyn Rae Hum hre Helen Gail P Y. --------- Humphrey, Jean lves ........ .......... Humphreys, John T., Jr. Hund, Carl Raymond . .........,...... . 198 212 397 361 329 374 194 368 398 Hultin, Barbara Ann ..,......... 196, 326 472 352 321 361 196 190 244 412 298 l-lunsberger, William H. ......,........ . Hunt, Carolyn Johanna .................. 198 Hunt, Gerald George, Jr. 472 Hunt, Jerry Gene .................... 224, Hunt, Ronald Lloyd ...................... 472 Hunter, Thomas Kane ...............i.. 226 415 Hunyadi, Nancy Lee ...........r.. 412, Hupp, Laurence Dale .................... 400 Hurley, Claude Patrick ........,.. ..... 2 34 Hurst Dou las Lane .........472 439 441 . g - -,---------, - Hurt, John Allison ,,...... 369, , Hurt, Nancy Carole . ..i.......,.......... 184 Hush, Diana Kay .,..,.,...,. 174, 309, 379 Huston, Larry Louis ........ 405, 415, 472 Hutchens, John Wayne .......... 102,343 Hutchins, Arthur W. ............ 210, Huttcnhow, Jay Donald 336, 378, Hutter, Wallis Mary .....,...i............ Hutton, Joseph Louis, Jr. Hyerstay, Mary K. Wyatt .............. Hyink, Karen Lee .... 192, 407, 437, H ne anis Valene 266 395 194 218 Hyde, Bruce Ellyson .............. 348, 353 436 472 381 389 Y . J ' ------,, Hysyk, Edward William lbrahim, Asmy Ishak .,,,,. lbsen, Charles Arthur l ........316, .. ,,......... 304 lcke, Virginia Kathryn ...............i.. 196 434 lda, Janet Hideko ..................., 322, ldell, Martha Ketcham .. ldler, George Leo ..............,... lford, Carol Margaret ..,..,....340 398 ............333, 343 lgleharte, Hugh H., Jr. ..........., ,345 lmada, Henry Susumu .................. 222 lmatani, Carol Hisaye .................. 312 lmatani, Raymond James ...... 345,434 lmler, Carol Jean .....,...................... 355 lmler, Richard Lee .......................... 343 lmoberstag, Katherine J. ........ 182, 472 lngalls, Kathleen Ann .................... 186 Inglis, Alan Lee ..................,,.......... 352 lnouye, Clinton Wayne .............,.. 334 lreland, Richard Harold ......i......... 440 lrvine, Stanley Raymond .... 226, 264, 374 lrwin, Hale Spencer, Jr. ........ 226, 266 Irwin, James Ross ...,................ 208, 369 lrwin, Joan Tracy ............................ 439 lrwin, Kathleen Sue ......... .180 lrwin Larry Alan ............ ........ . ....... 2 16 lsaacson, Barbara Rae .... lsaacs, Stephen Kirk ............ 352 ..2 20, Jacobs, Jay Wyatt ............................ Jacobs, Ronald William ..382, 401, 403 Jacobsen, Oddy . .....,..........,...... , lsakson, Duane Wilford 222, 400, 437 lsenrhagen, Raymond K. ......,....... 335 Israeli, Nassar ............,..................... 428 lto, Harumasa ......,..,,...,.,..,.,........,.., 432 Itoga, Bert Katsuju ........ 395,431,472 lversen, Oyvind Helge .......... 426,428 lverts, Dace ...................................... 320 J Jackson, Charles W., Jr. ..,............. 336 Jackson, Joan Karen ...................... 403 Jackson, John Cleo., Jr. ..........,,.... 220 Jackson, Lloyd C., lll ............ 230, 335 Jackson, Marian Alice ..............,,..,. 182 Jackson, May Margaret ............,,..,. 316 Jackson, Pattie JoAnn .................... Jackson, Roberta Jean ............ 192, 428 Jackson, Sharron Lee S. ..............,. 321 Jackson, Steven Kirk ...................... 206 Jackson, Verdell Lloyd 2405, 407, 473 Jacohitz, Marla Sue ..........,..,,..,...... 356 Jacobs, Anna Jean ......................,.., 314 226 473 426 421 Jacobson, Grant Bernard .....,..,...,. Jacobson, Leslie Bayard ................ 224 Jacobson, Michael J. . .,,..,,......,,.,..,,,, 246 Jacobson, Sandra C. ................ 314, 437 184 315 Johns, Sandra Sheridan . ....... . Jaidinger, Howard W. ....... 1388: 394 James, Carolyn Sue ...... 188,314,31757, 3 James, Lawrence William ...... 383, 473 James, Stanley Ernest ............ 345, 383 James, William Burl ............ .......... 2 40 Janes, Stephen Shannon ...... 411,473 Jannusch, Kathleen Rose ...- ......... 317 Jansen, Donna Dianne ..... .......... 4 73 Janssen, Earl Lewis ....... ............. 4 73 Jaquette, Elaura Jeanne ........ 321,443 Jarmon, Roger M. ...................,........ 355 Jaros, Robert Ernest ................ 218, 473 Jarvis, Lee ....................... .............. 3 28 Javernick, Joseph C. ........ .......... 3 04 Jay, Robert Eugene, Jr. .... .......... 2 44 Jerrers, William C. ....... .......... 4 74 Jeffries, Erle Con, Jr. ........ .......... 2 42 Jelley, Robert McCabe .... ........,. 2 24 Jend, Kathryn Ilene ..... .............. 2 02 Jenkins, Joby Kay ....... ......... 3 57, 474 Jenkins, Nancy Jane ......... - ..... 192, 361 Jenkins, Rodney Jack ..,... . ,..,,..,,. 358 Jenkins, Rose Thompson .............. 474 Jenkins, Thomas Wayne .............. 294 Jennings, Margaret .................. 184, 316 Jenkins, Rose Thompson ............ 474 Jenkins, Thomas Wayne ..............., 294 Jennings, Margaret .................. 184, 316 Jenson, Allen ........,.,............. Jensen, Christina Lynn .,.,,.....502 176 474 Jensen, Gordon Henry ..403, 411, 474 Jensen, Howard .........,.................... 417 Jensen, John Edward ...................... 344 Jensen, Sally Dee ............................ 317 Jernigan, Donna Ann ...... 93, 190, 419, 474 Jeter, Beverly Carol .......,..,,,,,. 180, 319 Jewell, Judith Ann ................ 180,375 Jewett, Sandra Lee ,.,....,.,. ...., 3 60, Jeynes, Gordon F., Jr. ............,...,.. , Joels, Jerry Landis . ....., . Joflee, Nancy Kay ....... Johansen, Anne-Karin .... Johansen, Hans C. ...,,.....,..,,,.,,,,,, . Johansen, Hans-Christian Johansson, Gayle K. ............., 334, Johansson, Karl Harvey ...... 238,334, 371, 397, 474 437 224 474 ..........309 426 407 474 474 Johnson, Ann Lord ...,.,....,...,,.,,.,,,, 188 Johnson, Arlene Marie ..............,... 174 Johnson, Barbara Elaine ...,.....,....., 314 Johnson, Barbara Louise .....,,..,.,.,,, 474 Johnson, Barry Brickley ...... 105, 234, 372, 408, 417, 474 Johnson, Barry Meredith ........ 238, 345 Johnson, Betty Jo ,,,....,.,,..,...,,,,,,.,,,, 130 Johnson, Carol Vivian .,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,, 198 Johnson, Charles Neal ..106, 234, 474 Johnson, Christopher R. ........ 230,373 Johnson, Cynthia Ann .....,,,,,,,,,,,,, 474 Johnson, Dale Sherwood ........ 224, 264 Johnson, Daniel Joseph ..............,. 238 Johnson, Deanna Lenore ........ 202, 430 Johnson, Deral Jean ...,,.......,.,,,,,,,. 437 Johnson, Frank Tidball ........ 388, 390, 394. 474 Johnson, Garreth Roger .,,,..,,,,..,,,, 397 Johnson, Herbert E. ..,,.,.,,,.,..,, 402, 412 Johnson, 1-lolly .......,.,,........,..,, 359, 474 Johnson, Irving Gregg ,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,1,,, 2 18 Johnson, J. L. .....,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,. ,184 Johnson, James .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,11,,,,,,,, 244 Johnson, James Phillip ..388, 391, 394 Johnson, Janet Benford .......... 186, Johnson, Johnson, Jellrey Allen ........... Joyce Marie ..... 474 ,........4l8 202 .332 .186, 419, 474 418 Johnston, Elizabeth L. .,.,..,,,,,, ,,,,, , 1, Johnston, James Cabot ..,,..........,,,, Johnston, James Stuart ...,...,,,.,,,, Johnson, Judith Ellen ...,...,,,,,,.,,,,, Johnson, Judith Luellen ....... Johnson, Karen Lorraine ........ 322, Johnson, Kenneth Wayne ,,,,,,,,,,1,,, 289 Johnson, Larry ,.,,.,.,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 345 Johnson, Linda Mariann ...... 180,474 Johnson, Linda Susan .,,.,,,,,.,,1 194 Johnson, Mary Louise ,,..,,,, ,326 Johnson, Ned Barton ,,,.,,,, ,234 Johnson, Peggy Louise ......., ,359 Johnson, Sandra Marie . ......... 188 Johnson, Sheryl Louise ,........ 174 Johnson, Steve ...,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,, 3 39 Johnson, Stephen Ross ..... ....,.... 3 43 Johnson, Stephen Scott ...,......,,,,,,., 236 Johnson, Susan Joy ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,, 3 21 Johnson, Susan Victoria ......... 355 Johnson, Victoria Fae .,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,, 3 25 Johnson, Victoria Leigh . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 188 Johnson, Wade Leighton ............., 350 Johnson, Willard Kent ..... ..... 2 26, 474 Johnston, Cynthia .................,..,.., 319 419 348 351 292 Johnston, Kenneth Leroy Johnston, Robert .......... . Jolley, Clyde Rae ........... Jolly, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jo nes, Jones, Jones Jones U Jones, Jones i Jones, Jones Jones U Jones, Jones 1 .........364 .. ......... 436 Gretchen Ann -..---,-- ..,..--.- 1 96 Ann Rosslyn ........ .........357 Beverly Ann ......-..-.....-....--- Carolyn Terry ......------------- .- David Stanley ............. .320 .202 Gerald William .....,............ 475 Donald Lee ...,---------------------- 474 349 315 Glenda Arlene ....... ....... Glenn Gerald, Jr. ....... . John ..................---- -------- John Frederick ............ Julie Margaret ........-----. Kristin Marie ........ Lau ralee ......... .... .... . . 242, ........244 ........240 372, 474 188, 475 ........188 12 Leslie Monroe, ll ................ 214 Marcia Ann ............-.-.---------- 322 Mary Kathleen .... 333, 382, 419 Nancy Grace ................ Pamela Sue .................. Richard Arthur ............ Richard Lee .................. Richard S. ...... . Robert Frost ....,.... Roberta Beth ......... . 182, ........319 314 294, 475 .........238 ........316 Jones, Ronald Thomas ........ .264 Jones, Shirley Ann ............. ......... 1 98 Jones, Susanna Louisa .................... 182 Jones, Terrence Eugene ................ 382 Jones, Thomas Clark .... ..... ......... 2 1 2 Jong, Harry Tong ............... ...... .... . . .335 Jongeneel, Alan William .............. 335 Jordan, Linda Jean ........................ 379 Jordan, Patricia Ruth ......... ......... 3 28 Jordan, Sharon Elaine ....... ......... 1 84 Jorgensen, Marta Kay Joselvis, Esteve Serrano 333 .........428 Joselyn, Robert William ....... ....... . .405 Joseph, Jerry Allan ........... ......... 3 49 Josephson, Philip Lee .................... 208 Josey, Jack Evander, lll ........... -...220 Joy, Richard Carleton ............ 415,475 Joy, Richard Dudley ...................... 226 Joyce, James Barrett, Jr. ..............,. 218 Joyce, Robert Arthur .............. 216, 275 .180 Joyner, Linda Kathleen ................. Juchat, Annie C. ............... ......... 3 32 Judd, John David ........... .......... 4 75 Judd, Richard Donald .................... 125 Juergens, Dorothy Goode .............. 198 Jump, William Sims ...... 216, 364, 400 Jurgens, Robert Bennett ................ 432 Juricic, David Steven ,.,........ ......... 3 58 475 Justad, Odd .............. 415, 426, 428, K Kahn, Robert Nathan .................,.. 339 Kahn, Stephan Bernhard ...... 232, 352 Kahn, Vicki Ellen .................. 178,320 Kail, Karl Aurel, IV ...................... 350 Kaiser, Carolyn Glenora ........ 180, 475 Kaiser, Malcolm Dean .................. 228 Kaiser, Thomas Hubert ............... .475 Kalba, Vera Tatianna ....... ......... 3 14 Kaley, Martha Beth ..... ......... 4 75 Kalina, Joy Ann .....................,..., ,,,. 1 74 Kamischke, Karl C., Jr. .................. 353 Kamm, Ronald Francis .......... 244, 401 .432 Kane, John Jasper ......... ............ Kane, N. Stephen ............... ..,....,.350 Kaner, Glen Paul ............................ 475 Kaneyarna, Wayne Charles ......... .431 Kann, Dianne Lea .......................... 310 Kantor, Robert Aron ..................... Kapla, William James ............ 334, Kaplan, Marlene Rae Karas, Susan Hallie .475 397 418, 443 Karlen, Sandra Kay ...,... ,,...,,.... Karpel, Karen Sue Karr, Anne Lucille Karr, Leslee F. ..,......... ...,..,. , .309 ............ .326 411 176, Karraker, .Judith Anne .......... 198, Karsh. Randolph Michael ............ 311 Karro, William Stuart ..,....,..,,,,,,,.., 212 353 192 Kasper, Linda Ray ...................... Kassir, Khalid Abdulla .......... 348, 428 Katahara, Ronald Cary ..,....... 431,475 Katchen, Carole Lee ................,..... 333 Kates, Ronna Helene .......,.,....,,,,.. 200 Kato. Kazuo James .................. 434, 441 Kaufman, Thomas Allen ...... 208, 475 Kavas, Faith Katherine ...........,....., 325 Kawakami, Kenneth S. .,.,.............. 475 Kawakami, Susan Laraine .... 325, 383, 434 Kawamoto, Judy Yukiye ...........,,,.. 321 Kawamoto, Mary Yooko ................ 310 Kay, Constance Louise ...,........,..,.. 355 Kearney, James Maxey ..163, 438,475 Kearney, Karen E. .......................... 334 Keating, Anne Sweatt .,.,....,,..,,,.,,,, 475 Keating, Jill Andrea .............. 182,319 Keener, Rita Kathleen , ............. 190 Kehl, Dale William, Jr. Keil, Frederick Jeffrey .. ..........246, 336 Keitel, Ralph Joseph, Jr. ........ 234, Keitel, Robert Simms .................... Keithley, Lois Ann ...- .... ......... . .. Keller, Betty Joan ,..,. . .,... ....... . Keller, David Leon ...- ................ Keller, Elizabeth Upton Keller, Rebecca Sue ...... 176, 330, Keller, Stevens, Jr. ....................,,... . Keller, Susan Monteirh Kelleran, Barbara Jo ...................... Kennedy, John H. ...,...... . 389, 439, 441 Koropp, Bob ...,.......,.,..... Lanning, Carla Dennise Kelley, Dan ......,................... Kelley, James A., lll ....... - Kelley, Sharon Mae ............. Kellogg, Barry Edward .. .,...........i .. Kellogg, Melvin Dennis ............,,.. Kellogg, Sharlene ............................ 385, 475 234 180 332 440 182 325 218 ........186, 310 194 266 240 194 405 403 311 475 336 Kelly, Barbara .... , ............. 196, Kelly, Dennis Michael .................. Kelly, Kelly, Laurence H. ...... . John Thomas .........,.,..,......... 226 ............236 190 475 Kelly, Sharon Lynn ..... .,..,.. , Kelly, Theodora ...............,...... 174, Kelther, Mildred ..,......................... Kelton, Benjamin M. ....,...,.. .,........ , Kemp, John Bartlett ...... 224, 388, Kendall, Katherine Mary ......,.,...,. Kennard, Bruce Preston ................ Kennedy, Barbara ...,.......... Kenny, John Francis ....... Kent, Arnold Stafford ...,..........,..... Kepford, Carl Durge . ..,..... .,,., 2 14, Kepner, Marguerite D. ...,...,...,,.,.. . 4 Keppler, Susan Kay ................ 19 , Kerksiek, Karen Joleeri .. ..,.......... . Kerman, Ruth Sydney ....... 476 500 208 476 314 228 443 ........208 358 476 476 198 319 312 ........2O0 Kern, Sheila Fay ..................,.,,.,.,.,.. 317 Kernen, Kenneth Lloyd .............. H425 Kerns, Mary Alice ............,............. Kerr, Daryl Patrick ......... 188 Kerns, Pamela ...,......,........,.... 198,374 350 413 Kerr, Stephanie ..,........ Kerr, Vivian Roberta .,............ 413, 476 Kerstein, Judith Ellen ........... Kerstein, Stanley J. .... . .200, 476 Kesler, Mary Jane .,..,.,....,...,,, 194, 314 Kessler, Richard Lee . .,....,.,..,,..,,.,. ,340 Kettler, Peter Stanton ........... , . .224, 351 Rezer, Caroline ............... - ..,.,..,...,. 320 Kidder, Henry Maynard ..............,. 228 Kiddoo, William Malcolm .... 218, 345 Kiely, Bruce Fraser ,.., ,.........,,,,,,,,,, Z 30 Kiely, Dan Ray ..,,,. 206, 369, Kile, Stephen Arthur .... 234, 401, 410, 476 Killian, Carol Annette ...,..,... 412,443 Killius, L. William .,,...,,..,,.,,, 240,476 Kiloch, Linda Ilene ..............., 332,406 Kimball, Mary Margaret .,.......,,,.,.. 314 Kimbley, Peggy Ann .............,,,...... 500 Kimmel, Douglas Charles ......,..... 349 Kindell, Carol Ann ,.,.,,... .....,, 3 22, 436 Kindred, Dianna Lynn ........., 324,406 Kraft, Maxine eane King, King, King, Deanna Jo ...,,, Elaine Lee ........,..... Gordon Wesley ...... Krivo, Barbara Ann Krueger, Carl Dennis .................. 6 ......184, King Kathryn Brooks ...........,..,.,... 413 . King Margaret Louise ......, ,..., , 443 192 382 King, Karla Berneice ..,,.,.,.,.,...,.,i,,, 476 176 443 500 345 Kingl Nina Gay ......,.........,.....,i,,,,,, 244 King, Stanley Thomas ............ , King, Patricia M. .,.,,.,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, SOO 240 389 Kingdom, Jeffrey H ,........,.,,,,, , Kingdom, Lewis Waters .. ......240, 389 Kmgery, Janine .......,,,.,.........,.,,,,,,, 320 Kingham, Ronald David .,..i........... 334 210 476 Kin man Fred R r s , -, J . .....-..... . Kinkaid, Jeannette E. .........,. . Kinsella, Patrick Leo .... 163, 170, 220, 374 Kinsey, Marion Sherwood .... 194,326 Kinzie, Edward Ottis .,,......,..,, 415, 476 Kipp. R- D. -..................................... 230 Kipphut, Marylyn Ann ,,,,.,,,,.,,,..,., 430 Kirby, Eldon Lowell ,... ,.,,,, ,476 Kirby, Kenneth Lee .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 '16 Kirchoif, Donald M .,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1, 238 Kirkland, Brent Lee ..............,....... 236 Kirkpatrick, Mary C. ........ 18, 190, 370 Kirkpatrick, Roger ...,.,,................, 297 Kirkron, Jennifer Ellen ........ 186,332 Kirkwood, Thomas W., III ...,.... 224 Kiteley, George Leon .....,............,, 442 Kiteley, William Michael ............ 208 Kitt, Alva . Ross, lll ........ 170, 208, 4 76 Kittler, Dittmar ..,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 395, Klausner, Sheila .........,... 476 Klajnowski, Martha G. ......,......... 476 321 412 Klay, Rose Marie .... Klein Carol o ' , J ......... .,..... Klein, Joan Marie ....,..., Klein, Judith Marilyn ....... 178, 436 ...........333 ........2O0 Klein, Phyllis Marie ,... 168, 186, 368 Kleinebecker, Ann L. ..,.,...., 186, Klemchuk, Andrea Marie Klemchuk, Karen Lee ..,...,., Kliesen, Charles R. ..,.........,..,,.... . Klimoski, Stephanie J. ........ 253, Kline, Edward Allen .,., 208, 407, Kline, Lawrence Grant ........,....... Kling, Louise Ann ........................ Klingel, Ann Barclay .,...... 196, Klinke, Virginia C. ...................,. . Klipp, Ramond Dale .................... Klitz, Jon Kenneth ..... ......... 2 42, Klooz, Lucille Ann .............. 192, Klug, Alan Avery ................ 244, Kmitch, Gloria Ann ........... Knadle, David George ,...,.,.. ,,..... Knadle, Richard Louis . ............,. . Knapp, Cheryl Ann .................... Knight, Brian Thompson ...,,.. -. Knight, Eileen MizeJle ........ 322, Knight, Robert ...........,.....,.,...,...... Knight, Roy Joe .... ................ 3 38, Knippel, George F., lll ......, Knoll, Patricia Anne .................... Knopp, Sally Elizabeth ....... Knopp, Roberta Jane ........... .192, Knous, Kathleen .......................... Knowles, Karen Kay ....,....... 324, 476 188 176 220 390 476 339 190 309 188 218 476 443 397 .........314 236 476 192 344 419 397 398 476 324 320 325 194 425 198 Knowlton, Barbara J. ......,............ . Knox, Michael Mac Lea? 7 Knuckles, Jack .Dow ........... ..........379, 9 412 414 1 Knudson, Kristin .......................... Knutson, Milton Bush .......... 334, Kobey, B. E. .................,............... . Kocan, Cheryl Young ....... Kochenberger, Gary A. ............... . 8 Kocsis, Helen Rebecca ....... .18 , Koehler, Eduard R. ................ 304, Koelling, Sue Ann ......,...,,............ Koenig, Vernelle Kay .................. 346 311 443 238 196 Koch, Lois Jane ...............,............ 200 414 326 400 176 328 212 Koepnick, Richard B. ................. . Koeppen, Helen Marilyn ............ 326, 419 406, Kohen, Steven Allen .................. Kohler, Meredith Ann ........ 182, Kolomitz, Michael Jon ...........,.... Kolterman, Jeanette M. ............... . Koonce, Susan Louise Kopecky, Paul .....................,., ,..... Kopfer, Kurt Ernest .................... Kopp, Donald Paul .............. 352, Koppe, Lester Edward ................ Korf Ronald Llo d u Y ---4--- Kornock, Dewayne Lee ..... Korte, Shirley Ellen ..,.. 232 476 351 425 .174, 476 441 220 439 218 - ........... 18 351 Kortum, Patricia Ann .......... 322, 352 379 Korts, David Cornelius ................ 439 403 192 Kotzelnick, Kay lrene ........ . ......... 304 340 Koue, Ernesto Kovi ..... . Koutsoubos, George A. ...... Kovachy, Juliana Miklos ..... , 398 .224, 439 .192, 477 Kovalik Gustave Thomas . ......... 244 Kraby, Charles E. . .... ................... 3 39 Kraemer, Robert William ......... 226 Kramer, Kramer, Barry Lewis .....,..... Kramer, George R., Jr. ...... . Kramer, Kathy Lynn H. .... . Kramer, Lynn Elliott ......... Krasner, Valerie Jill ........... Kratz, Donna Marjorie ....... Kratzer, Karen Louise Kraus, Barbara Jane ....... .... Kraus, Signe ............... Krause, Karen Ruth ........... Krausgrill, Kevin Neil ......... J ........... Barbara ., .....i......... .174, 477 .........413 .........477 .338, 421 .....,..,182 .404 405 415, wi .200, 319 .312, .182, .174, 419 334 316 192 320 .........240 Kraushaar, Sandra Gail ......i......... 180 Krauss, Margaret Ann ....... .........477 Kraybill, Anne Kathryn .............. 327 325 Kraybill, Linda Jeanne ....... Kraynik, Saundra Gay ......... Krebs, Barbara Gail ........... .192, ..,......378 .........324 340 402 Krebs, Robert Edward D. .... , Kresse, John Kendrick ...,............ Kretchman, Nancy Ann , ............ Krovitz, Rochelle G. .... . Krueger, Richard Lee ........... Kruse, Gerald Anthony Krutsinger, Jack K. .......... , 413, Kryc, Joseph John .......,. .........., Kubick, June Eva .......................... 236 188 477 200 370 502 Krueger, John William .,...... 21 ,335 206 477 226 242 320 311 Kubie, Susan Patricia Kubiszewski, Stephen P. .... Kudiwa, Alfeus Roy 341, 389, 391, 394 .428, 477 Kuhlmey, Susan ............. Kullgren, Nancy Ann ........ Kulp, Judith Dian ....,............ Kunzman, Joan Margaret Kunzman, James Ross ........ Kupec, Thomas Vifebster Kuramoto, Janice Michi ...... Kurie, Andrew Edmunds 198 361 176 ........174 339 477 311 338 Kuroda, Linda Shizuko ........ 309,434 Kurtzman, James Edward ........ 341 Kuruzovich, Nadcne R. .....,.......,.. 329 Kuster, Janice Ann ...................... 328 Kuwabara, Nancy Jean ........ 316,434 Kuykendall, Lynn G. ..,. 240, 376, 430 Kvalseth, Tarald Oddvar .... 426,428 L La Baume, Layne ........ .....,......... 3 89 Labe, Louis Jay ............................ 346 La Bounty, Joan Doris ........ 315,428 La Camera, Joseph, Jr. ................ 348 Lacerte, Lawrence James ............ 339 La Chapelle, Jeanne M. ..........,... 196 Lackey, Jan Claire ...... 186,411,477 Lackey, John Tidd ...................,..,. 224 Ladd, William S., lll ..........,,........ 236 Ladin, Elaine May ...... ............... 3 57 Laclmer, Teri Sue ..........,..........,.... 200 Lafferty, Peter S. ..........,....... 210,374 La Foe, James Claude .................. 289 Lager, Gary George .................... 398 Lahr, Oliver Dean ...,...,..............., 292 Laier, Barbara Dee ...... 168,180,477 Laing, Marilyn Anne .......... 194,332 Laird, Judith Elaine ..,........,,.,... 333 Lake, Linda ..........,... ...,............,, 1 OO Lake, Lynne Dee .................. 186,324 Lalley, Judith Anne ......,,..,.,........, 315 Lamb, Gretchen Olive ................ 317 Lamb, Wayne Allen ...,................ 477 Lambert, Bonnie Merriam ..196, 333 Lambert, Letty Jo .......,........,....,.,.. 184 Lamoreaux, Charles W., Jr. ,...,... 382 Lamphere, Lee R. .....,.......,....,,.,,,,, 210 Lamson, James Boyd ,......,......,,..,, 236 Lamutt, Frederick R., Jr. ,........... 388, 391,398 Land, Norman Richard ........ 218,369 Landers, Sheryl Jeane .................... 184 Landman, Ronald Bruce ...... Landon, Dennis Michael .... Landwehr, Lawrence J. ....... . Lane, James Murray, lll . Lane, La ne, ........348 ........341 ........502 ........242 Nancy Ann . .,.,,..........,,,,,,,, 316 Timothy Matthew ..... Lan Lang, Lang erg Frederick A b , ' . . Langdon, David Lynn ........ 212, g, Donald Raymond ...... 218,350 Lang, Kenneth Robert .......... Richard Gary .....,...... .......224, 374 253, ,,......218 218, 477 .. .,.... 212 389 Langendoerfer, Sharon l. ..........,. 359 Langsam, Sandra Kay ..............,... 477 Lankton, Shirley Ann .................. 310 Lanning, Parklyn K. .... . ...........316 ..,.......,312 Lansing, Linda ..,..., ......... ..,........... 3 5 6 Lanrz, Judith Carol ...,............., ,... 4 43 Lapp, Diana Jean . ....... 84, 85, 93, 101, 163, 194, 390 Lapp, Diana Kay ........,................. 412 Larned, Charlotte Ann ........ 194,324 Larsen, Jeffrey Donald ........,......... 477 Larsen, Linda Irene .. .........,.. 188,437 Larson, Carol Rae ............,.... ......... 3 29 Larson, Carol Sue ................ 379,477 Larson, Charles William ........,... 236 Larson, Larson, Larson, Donna Mae Akers .......... 477 Douglas Arthur .............. 242 Ginger Lovrien ........ 168, 198 Larson, Ivar William .................... 478 Larson, Linda Jean .....i... ........... 3 26 Lassina, Lisa Anneli ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 320 Latham, Vicki Jean ............ 174,478 Lartimer, Gregory M. ......,............. 208 Lattimer, Wallace W. ........ 208 374 Lau, Richard Arnold .........,.. 402,478 Laubhan. Kenneth Gene ...... Lauer, Susan Stewart ......... Laufenburger, Michael W. ., Laughlin, Linda Wright ...,. Laughlin, Richard Allen Laukka, Michael John .......... Lauren, Cynthia Congdon ,,......242 .411 430 ........238 .......338, 339, 478 .......338, 339, 478 ........266 358 478 Lauridson, James R. ..........., 3391414 Lauridson, Karen Jean .......... 311 La Velle, Michael J. ........... . Law, Jay Donald ...........,........ Lawhon, Sandra Carrol ...... Lawler, Joyce Laverne ., .............. Lawlor, Mary Ann ....... 240 345 ........3Z0 314 314 286 Lawrance, Richard J, ,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,, , Lawrence, Linda Ruth ........ Laws, Linda Ann .................. Laxson, Joan Dorothy ........ Layde, Mary Ann ................ Layfer, Howard Zale .......... Layman, Lawrence Garry Lazzcrino, Linda Martin Lea, Holly May .................... Lea, Mickey Eugene ...... Leach Leach, David Paul ............ Douglas Clifford ..... . ........361 ........332 176, 478 ........357 ........478 .......234, 294, 295 ....,..,332 ........329 ........266 ,.......222 ..,.....349 Lcnch, Elizabeth Lydon ................ 327 Leach, James William .......... 405,415 Lease, Diana Jane ................ 192,357 Lease, Patricia Ann ...................... 332 Leatherman, Dennis D. .............. 336, 396,401 Le Bach, Julie ...,.......... .............. 4 78 Le Boy, Julie Ann ........ ,. .......... 31,5 Lebsock, Janet Lucille .... .......... 4 42 Le Bus, William Ross .................. 216 Le Clerq, Barbara Ann ........ 180,359 Lee, Katharine Mary ...............,.... 174 Lee, Linda Louise ............ .......... 3 27 Lee, Robert Edward .................... 266 Lee, Sheng Yen . ............. .............. 4 28 Lee, William Hayes .......,.... 383,428 Lee, William Reynolds ........ 443,478 Leeburg, Gary Ray ...................... 341 Lefkowitz, Carolyn ........ .......... 3 20 Lehnertz, Janette Dee .................... 478 Lehnerz, Lawrence T. .,..,.,........... 335 Leighton, John Martin .................. 236 Leimbnch, Katharine S. .......,.,...... 188 411 Leiser, Carol Anne ................ 178, Leithead, Laurie ............................ 174 Leitzell, James Daniel .................. 478 Le Masters, Raymond E. .........264 Lemley, Ruth Ann .........,.............. 317 Lemmon, Cyrus Jackson ............ 388, 389, 394 Le Mon, Janet Irene ....,.......,..,,,,, 478 Lenahan, Dennis Joseph ...........,,, 224 Lenfestey, Carolyn H. ..... . ..... ....... 3 57 Lennon, David Lance ......... Lennox, Anne lsabel ...... Lcntz, Loretta .............. Lenz, Peter William ...... Leonard, Donald Kay ....... Leonard, Kathleen Adcle Leonard, Mark Frederick Leonard, William D. ..... . Leong, Jamie Mei Chun Lepic, Donald Edward .. Le Pine, Alta May .......... .........242 . ..... 188, 357 .. .......... 411 ........,382 .......,....360 ..........,.216 .........208 ............309 ......364, 383 .,....180, 315 Lesser, George ..........,,.............,,,,, 428 Lesser, Judith Ann ............ 101,178, 374,390 Lester, Daniel Brewster ............ 478 Lester, Marianne T. ...... .......... 3 16 Leung, Marie ...,.................,............ 329 Leung, Philip, Jr. ...,.......,.............. 338 Lcutwiler, Robert L. ............ 224,400 Lev, Louise Ann .......,.. 194,'381,439 Le Veau, Susan Jane .................... 332 Le Veck, James Leighton ......... ...238 Le Veck, Judy Ann ...................... 336 Levey, lrwin Lee .......,,................... 336 Leverenz, Sally S. .,........................ 500 Levin, Judy Elizabeth .......... 319,330 Levin, Sidney Michael ................ 478 Levine, Alan L. ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 2 32 Levine, Jeffrey 13. .......,.................. 336 Levine, Steven Gerald ........ 428,478 Levitt, Brenda Ilene ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,, 319 Levy, Pamela Annette ................ 355 Lewark, George F. .....,.. .......... 2 66 Lewellen, Gale Roy .......,......,..... 352 Lewin, David lan ........................ 428 Lewis, Barbara Ellen ............ 194,311 Lewis, Charles Hoffman ,,,,..,,,,,, 478 Lewis, Clark Raymond ...... 402,478 Lewis, David, lll ..............,.......,... 412 Lewis, Duane Burton ........ ...... 2 75 Lewis, Janeth Kay ..,........,.... 321,425 Lewis, Judith ........................ 315,437 Lewis, Leland Grant ....,..... 236,478 Lewis, Patty Sue ..........,............... 316 Lewis, Robert ..............,................. 346 Lewis, Robert Floyd ............ 403,478 Lewis, Susan Catherine ........ 194, 375 Lewis. William Edward ........,..... 234 Ley, Carl Eugene ....,................ ..... 2 24 Lian, Carol June ............ .......... 1 80 Liang, Lie Yen ...........,,... .......... 4 28 Libbey, Michael Alvah Libby, William Joseph 416' .228 478 l.ichtenw:ilter, William ................ 411 Lichtsinn, Mary E, ,.,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 355 Licka, Charles Eugene ................ 238 Lidclle, Almeria ......,..................... 413 Lieberman, Leslie Sue ................ 311 Light, Richard Wayne ................ 170, 242, 372, 376, 479 Lightner, Jeff Lee .......,..Y,..........,, 216 Ligon, Richard Sidney ........ 338,353 Lilly, Paula Diana ..,................,.... 202 Lim, Wendylino Yap ................,... 338 Limon, Sandy ................................ 278 Linam, James Haughn ................ 240 Lincoln, Daniel Bellamy .... 388,479 Lincoln, Patricia Ann .......,.....,.... 332 Lincoln, Stephanie G. v..........,.... 198 Lind, Bonnie Pauahi ............ 168, 202 Lind, Patricia Ann .......i........ 321,437 Lindahl, Gary Herbert ................ 329 Lindberg, William R. ........ 114,170, 206,372, 376, 417,479 Lindeke, Christine D. ........,......... 174 Linderoth, Knut ....,............. 426,428 Lindquist, John Peter .... 216,400,407 Lindsay, Florence E. ............ 192,320 Lindswy, Nancy Anne ...........,.,.,.. 188 Lindsey, Stephan Andrew ............ 224 Lindvay, Paul David .,.......... 338,479 Lindzey, Jeffrey Kelton ................ 232 Lingenfelter, Sue Ann ......,. 194,375 Lingle, Brian Elwood .................... 425 Lingwood, Elden Lewis .............. 238 Linn, Barbara Neumann ...... 190,311 Linton, Helen Jane ....,......... 356,479 Lintz, Jack ......,......................,........ 275 Lips, William Stanley ..............,... 407 Lipscomb, Jean Westley ...... 182,320 Liss, Barbara Leona ........,....,...... 355 List, Donald William ............,..,..,. 360 Liston, Dianne C. ........ 176,407,479 Little, Susan Hilburn ,,...... ...... ,..... 3 2 4 Littlefield, Barbara J. ....,.....,...,..... 174 Littlejohn, Sharon Lynn ............ 190 Littleton, Emmet ..,.....,................. 266 Littman, Irving Stanley .............. 232 Littmann, Ronald ........................ 389 Livingston, Judith Kay ...,.... 319,406 Livingston, Lawrence E. ........,,.,,. 220 Livingston, R. Lee ...- ......... 338, 389, 390,391 Livonius, Don Bruce ..,. . ...... ..,.....230 Livran, James Severs ,...... .........,... 2 40 Lloyd, Jeffrey Norman 311 Lloyd, Margaret .................... 186, Lobel, Lawrence H. .......,.... 400,479 Loberg, Hans Otto .2 .............. 426,428 Locke, William James .....,..,....,.. 226 Lockett, Russell G. .......... ........ 3 78 Lockhart, Ronald Alan ................ 246 Lodge, Kathryn Marie ,...........,..... 327 Lodholm, Linda Lee ..,....,.... 176,437 Loevenhart, Mary V. ..........194, 479 Lof, Laura Miriam ...,........,... 188, Lofgren, James Russell Logsdon, Eloise Faye ..,,........ 327, 436 224 Logan, Zack Hume ...................... 240 375 328 Lohman, Sandra lrene Lohse, Sharon Ann ..................,... 176 Lomax, Ronald Kent .................... 346 Londer, Larry ..,...,,................ 232,479 Long, Frank Lee ....,.....,..,.... 244,479 Long, Pamela Jennette ........ 182,310 Long, William Randolph i........... 216 Longlas, B. .....,..........,..........,........ 230 Loomis, Malina Jean .................... 190, 374,375,390 Loos, Robert Lee ....,.,.....,........,..., 238 Lootens, Joyce Marie .....i.............. 355 Lopez, Marsha Browning ............ 316 Lorea, William Philip ..........,....... 240 Lott, Lillie Ann .....,,.,......,............ 192 Lortscher, Randall H. ........ 218,376 Lorusso, David James ..............,... 360 Losasso, Charles R. .............. 340,479 Loss, Bonnie Jo ...... .... ,...,... .......... 3 5 5 Lott, Ken ....,....,......,..,.......,.........,.. 264 Love, Fred Everett..352, 396, 401, 414 Love, Pinky .........,,........,....,,.,......,. 194 Lovejoy, Pamela Jo .....,................ 176 Lovin, Sandra Kay ..,..,.............,,... 196 Lowe, Mary Margaret ............,...., 328 Lowman, Penny Lou .................... 315 Lowrey, Patricia Gail ........,. 202,315 Lowrie, Jack Templeton .............. 341 Lubinski, Richard Frank .....,...... 339 Luby, Thomas Hugh .................... 218 479 Lucas, David Ned ............. Lucas, Donald Lester ....... ........ 4 13 Ludwig, Richard David ................ 349 Luhnow, Gary James ..,...,........... 230 Lukaszewicz, Barbara M. ......,..... 326 Lumley, Pamela Jane .1....1........... 356 Luna, Nereyda Ozema ..............,. 428 Lund, Alva James ........ 396, 401.407, 410,448,479 Lund, Charles Walter ...........,.... 335 Lund, Jan Peter ................,........,.. 206 Lund. Jon Thomas ....... ........ 2 64 Lundblad, Kurt Dana ................ 230 Lundgren, Michael Lenn ..........., 339 Lundquist, Charlotte B. ........ 196, 428 Lundquist, Gary Michael ............ 398 Lundy, James Jerry ...,.............,.... 479 Lupfer, Julia Marie ...................... 479 Lusrig, Michael Edward ............ 479 Lures, Carol Ann ........ 326,437,443 Lures, Katherine Teller ..........1..... 190 Luttringhaus, Susan J. ..,..... 176,479 Lutz, Joan Kelley .................. 174,316 Lutz, Penelope Susan ......,.., 333,437 Lyerly, Barry John ......,................. 206 Lynch, James Stewart Lynch, John Richard ,... 216, Lynde, Martha Alyce .....,,.234 400 479 ---r-415I479 Lyng, Jeanette Ann .......,....., 186, 321 413 Lyon, Kay Maercklein ..,.... Lyon, Margaret E. ........ . Lyons, Edward Russel ...1. M Maas, Judith Loure ......... ........198 ........479 120 MacArthur, John D. ..,....... .... ...... 2 9 2 MacBride, Nancy Marie .............. 196 MacCornack, Dianne A. ..... . 18, 117, 196, 385 MacCorquodale, Stuart .............. MacDonald, William G. MacFadden, Frank P. ................. . MacFarland, Nancy Lee ...... 190, Macharia, Michael M. ,... ............. . Mackey, Donald Jack ...... Macki, Sharon Ann ......,.. 208 396 206 321 MacGregor, Heather J, .....,., 184,385 428 224 326 182 MacMillan, Marcia ........ ..... MacRae, Roderick Elvyn Macy, William Woodford Maddock, Robert Alfred UfZ6in 266 , 479 360 Maddox, Ellen King ..,,........ 198, 479 Madsen, Patricia Marie Maffeo, Edith Jane .,..,.......... Magee, Frederick Moore . Magee, Ronald George ,.... Magil, William F. ............ . Ma ladr Robert S g V, . --.----.------------ - Magnuson, Evelyn Anne ...... 18 , Maguire, Joseph John .... 395, ......180, 480 ....,....328 ,.,.....428 ,.......349 .......,206 ...224 0 480 438, 480 Mahaffey, Margo Neff .................... 188 Maharam, Marsha Elaine .... Maher, Robert Michael ....... Maher, Timothy Francis ..... Maiden, Sally Evelyn ........ Maier, Maren Kay ........... Maii, Alan Samuel ............. Maize, James Wells, Jr. ...... . Male Maril n une Y. v J ------,-. --.---. Malkewicz, Carolyn ........................ 194 Malmstrom, Cynthia Ann .. ..........357 ........240 ........222 ........315 ........190 ...,....-431 ........212 .174 ,.........182 374 Malott, Andrea Marie .... 120, 194, Malouff, Le Roy John ............ 405, 410 Manage, Elaine Fumie .......,.. 431,480 Mandel, Judith Ann ...................... 314 Mandel, Pamela Maxine ........ 200, 319 Maniatis, Thomas Peter ...,,... 234, 408 Manigold, Vicki Gibson ,............... 322 Maniscalco, Tony ......................,..... 396 200 Mankoff, Eileen Sue ....... Mankowitz, Paula Ann ......, .......311 Mankowslti Richard ohn ............ 264 , l Mann, Carolyn Louise ....... Mann, Sarah Jayne ......... Mann, Stanley Keith .....,,.. .......320 .......186 Mann, Stanley Keith ...................... 480 Mansell, Marilyn L. .................... 315 Manuel, Cassandra Ann .....,......328 Manuel, Roy Arthur ......... ,... ..... 2 3 6 Maravilla, Mary ........................ 480 Marble, Cheryl Ann .........,.. 174,315 Marbry, Linda Ann ......,...,.,. , ....... 314 Marcantino, Romono .,................ 304 Marchiol ohn F 480 . , J . .......... . Marder, Toni Anne ............ 174, Marean, James Chanslor ....427, Mares, Fred Ralph . ........... .. Margulis, Andrea Marsha .. 443 340 Mares, Josephine R. .,.................. 442 436 374 Marie, Sharon Evelyn ..198, Mark, Elizabeth Ann .......... Mark, Paulette ...................... 357, ........186 ........359 480 Marks, Constant R. lV ........ 421, Marks, Lawrence Jeffrey .... 246,480 Marlow, Ann Louise ..... ,.... 3 22,437 Marlow, Elise Marie .........,.. 437,480 Marolt, Peggy Louis ..........., 334,381 Marolt, William Charles .... 218,280 Maron, Richard Henry ........ Maronde, Donna Frances ., Marquand, Kermit Wayne Marrow, Lynn ......,........,..,... ........480 ....,...194 ........240 184, 333 Marsaglia, G. Merrilee ........ 368,428 Marsh, Richard Scott .......... 236 Marsh, Royden Woodward Marshall, Daniel Ray ,......... Marshall, Marshall, James David . ....... Marshall, Douglas H. ......... . Marshall, Jeanne E. .,........... . Luther Gerald .... ........480 ........432 ........283 ........240 ........198 405, 414 Marshall, Mary Esther .. ..,,...... 440 Marshall, Robert R. ........ .......... 2 16 Marshall, Terry Lee ...... .......... 4 80 Martin, Bonnie Lou ...... ......,... 1 86 Martin, Burton Louis ,................. 358 Martin, Carol A. .................. 356,357 Martin, Deward John .................. 208 Martin, Genevieve Sue .............. 188 Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Guy Richard John Michael John Wesley, Jr. Michael Roy Roger , ................... . Sharon Lea ..,......,163, 253 224, .........343 Sidney Allen II ...,.......... 341 Stephen Earl Martindale, Colin E. Martins, Sharon Ann ......... Marx, Virginia Jo ............... Marxmiller, George H. ..., . Masaki, Daniel Hideichi Mason, Robin Lee .............., Masson, Patricia Lynn ....... Masters, Christine E. ........ . Mastin, Earl Lee ,.,.,.,.,....... Mastrota, Sandra Irene ....... Matasovic, Linda Jean ....... Matasovic, Marilyn E. ........ . 480 .41L .192,4so ,MUHUIS6 .----22o .431,480 .UUUUIS4 .HHUHI96 443 .322, ..........218 ,........314 .........192 321 .192, Mates, Nancy Jean ...................... 321 Mates, Thomas Dean .... Matheson, Kathleen Ruth Mathews, Donna Lee ......... Mathews, Fred Charles ..... Mathias, Bonnie Lynell ..... Mathias, Mathis, Monty Ross ......... Harry Melvin ......... 404, 405, 425, 480 .........48O .........480 .........350 .........322 .........448 480 .242, Mathurapoj, Arnpon S. .............. 428 Matlack, Roberta Anne ...... 190,480 Matlock, Marion Ann ................ 326 Matsuda, Ronald T. ............ 364,395 Matsumoto, Joelaine A. ............ 320 Matthes, Cheri ...............,.............. 375 Matthes, Larry Grant .................. 234 Matthes, Martha Ann ,...... Matthews, William K. ...... . Mattson, James Richard ....,....186 .........395 216, 439 ............162, .341 379 Matzen, Vernon Charles , Maul, Robert Edwin .... .....,.......... 2 30 Maurer, Donald Eugene ,.......,... 480 Maurer, Michael Steven .... 232,480 Mauth, Gary Harvey .................... 414 Mavity, Leon Lawrence .... 259, 262, 264,288,289 Maxon, John Gambrell .....,........ 216 Maxson, Marjorie Lynn ....105,168, 196,370,480 Maxwell, Carol Jean .... 320,383,406 Maswell, Jane ...................... 176,326 Maxwell, Marilyn Beth .....,...... 180, 190,321 Maxwell, Melissa ........................ 480 May, Johnson Woodrow, Jr . ...... 266 May, Julia Louise ........................ 357 May, Maryann Barra ............,..,,,., 480 Mayberry, William S. .................. 480 Ma born Richard Drath ,,.. 214,403 Y 1 Mayeda, Patsy Michiko Mayer, Robert Max ...,,,.,..,,...,.... 335 Mayer, Robert Walter Maynard, William Mason .,........206 Maytum, Bruce David ...... , ......... 341 Mazzeri, Jo Ann Eleanor .... 355,413 McAdoo, David Evan ,....... 206, 379, 390,394,440 McAfee, Carol Louise ........ 180,310 McAfee, Sam Sumner, Jr. McAllister, Arthur, Jr. ...... . McAllister, McAllister, Vermont H. .... . McAninch, Mary Zella ....... McAtee, Lawrence Dean McAuley, Deborah Kay ..... .........196 .216 264 McBride, Kenneth l. ........ . 400 McCabe, Michael Reid ..... McCabe, Richard Lee ...... . McCaffrey, Stephen C. ..., . McCain, Carol Ann ........... Bruce S. .......... , ........388, 391, 394 .........222 .........226 .417, 480 .nNNa328 .z16,z9s 407, 480 .........350 .218, 294 .,.......266 316 .198, McCall, Bernard Keith .,.............. 266 McCall Ra mond K n Y -1 Jr- --A McCandless, John H. ......1. . McCann, Lynne Ann .................. McCann, Thomas Owen .... 216, McCarrell, Sharon Lee ....... .........437 ....,....278 326 364 .188, 374 325 266 480 McCarthy, Karen Louise ,........... McCarthy, Michael E. ............... . McCarthy, William E. ........ 411, McCasline, Sharon ....,...........,..... 194 McCasline, Susan ...... ....,..... 1 94 McCay, James Bonner .. .......... 244 383 McClanahan, Judy L. ................. . McClanahan, Thomas Lee McClelland, Michael D. ........... . 267' 218, , 480 230 McClintock, Peter L. .................. 378 McClure, David Lee .... 402,412,480 McClure, Wallace W. 349,353,396 McClutg, Gerald Lee .................. 264 McColman, Robert T. ................ 236 McColum, Gary Layne .... .......... 3 44 McComb, Jerry Lynn ........... ......, 2 20 McCombs, John Murray ............ 220 McConnell, Carl Marc .............. 421 McConnell, Virgilia A. .............. 480 McCordick, Shay ...............,........ 480 McCormick, Cynthia Lou .... 18,117, 120, 168, 182, 438, 480 McCormick, David M. ................ 480 McCormick, Nancy S. 184,438,480 McCotter, Jane Clayton .... 196,360 McCoy, David Ross ............ 222 McCoy, Michael Andrew .......... 286 355 320 McCracken, Coy Jean ..... . .,...,... . McCracken, Sara Louise .... 196, McCrea, Bruce Benton ....,.....,... 349, 378 388 McCrory, Mary Jean ............ 309,442 McCurdy, Martha Jan ................ 176 McCusker, Carolyn ...................... 480 391 394 McDanal, Steven King 389, 1 McDaniel, Dale Ford ...,.............. 208 McDaniel, Richard Dale ........,... 433 McDill, Robert Leroy ...,.............. 480 McDivitt, William, III ................ 399 McDonald, Kay Sharon ,..... 163,196 McDonald, Mary E. .................... 314 McDonald, Susan Lee ........ 198,480 McDonough, Diane Marie McDonough, Mary Maude ..........480 ........176 McDougall, George F., Ill ............ 208 McElroy, Jeffrey W. ....,............... 238 ' 310 McEnt1re, Susan S. ..,,,.,,,.,.,......., . McEvoy, Miriam Grace .......... .. 190, 385, 407 McEvoy, Patricia Clair ...,. ..,......,. 3 28 McFadden, Carol ....,., ,,..,..., 1 90,480 Mcfialls, Heather Anne .............. 321 McFarland, Tommy Dyche ........388 346 McG1bbon, Alan Lee ..,...,,,,.,,.,,,, McGee, Fred .......,.,,....,,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,, 297 McGill, Anne lrene ...... .............. 1 25 McGinnis, Mary Jeannine .......... 329 McGlothlen, Carol Lynn ..........., 328 McGrath, Sarah Jane .......... 309,439 McGrew, Bonnie Gail .,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 196 McGuckin, Richard S. ...,.,.....,,,,, 341 McGuffin, Margaret Jane .... 188,320 McGuire, John Patrick .................. 18 McGuire, Kathleen L. ........ 192,370 McGuire, Margaret E. 117,192,321 Mcllroy, Barbara J. ..,......,........,,,. 196 Mclntire, Linda Lou ........,,.,,,.,,.., 186 Mclntire, Randy Barton ,,.,,,.,,,,,,, 346 Mclntosh, Gilbert, III ......,,,. .,,.,,,, 2 34 Mclntosh, Kelly ,,,,,, , ,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 192 Mclntyre, Bonnie Robin ...... 188,385 Mclntyre, William D., Jr. .......... 210 McKay, Hunter Albert ,.....,. 242, 346 McKee, Bruce Dean ,,,.,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 242 McKee, David Michael .............. 234 McKeever, Anne M. ...,..,.,,,, 180,320 McKenzie, Lianna Marie .... 312,379 MCKeever, Jill L. .....,.,.....,.,,,,,,,,,,, 355 McKenzie, Paul F. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 350 McKenzie, Thomas E. .................. 396 McKibben, James Newell .......... 482 McKinley, Mary K, , ,,,,,,,,,.,,, 184,415 McKinney, James Ray ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 236 McKnight, Marion M. ,,..,.,,,,,,,,,, 332 McKnight, Theodore .................. 228 MCKOWH, William Bruce .....,.,,,.. 210 McLachlan, Darlene C. ...... 196,316 McLaughlin, David W. .,.,,,,.,,,,,, 206 McLaughlin, Joyce K. ,.,..,..,,.,,,.,,, 321 MCLHUTY, Julia Walker ., ,,,,,,,,, ,361 McLean, Brenda Jo ...........,.......,.. 329 McLean, John Hull, III .............. 350, 378,398 McLean, Karen .....,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,.,,,, 332 McLean, Roland Mackewn ........ 345 McLeran, Lu Beth ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 333,482 McLin, Martha Patricia .............. 312 MCMHh3D, De Ann ...............,.... 332 McMahan, Mary Susan .............. 316 McMahan, Nancy Fearn ............ 186 McMahan, Richard C. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 349 McMahon, William R. ................ 208 McMillan, Thomas L. ........ 242,374 McMillin, Hope Frances ............ 356 .....,..194 McMorrow, Sharon S. ....... . McNall, Stephen Donald .... McNally, John Joseph . ..... .. McNamara, Timothy E. McRae, Gayla Jean ....... ..,,...,230 ........22O ........388 196, 253 MCReynolds, Mary L. ..............,,., 325 McSwain, Barbara Ann 174, 482 .........36l Moles, Amanda . ................ .. McTigue, Ann Lowell ....... McVey, Sally Elizabeth ..... Meckstroth, Diane M. ....... Medina, Johnny G, ............ . Meek, James Scott .....,.,.,.. Meek, Ronald Dayle ..,........ Meek, Rupert Michael ....... Meeker, Gail Patricia .......l. Meer, Peter Charles .,......... Meetin' enifer Anne i.. 1 ' Mehagian, Richard Allen Meier, Connie Sue ......... Meissner, Carole Jan ........ . .........310 .176, 326 .198, 321 .........402 .........214 .........441 .........238 .117, 194 246 314 236 .........182 310 439 399 ....341, Mellbye, James Roger ......,.. Mellbye, Robert William Mellen, Roberta Louise ..... Mellor, Cyrilka Birdell ....... Meloy, Melvin, Sarah ................. Janice Carleen Menafe, Hartwell ......,. Mendez, Menzel, Mercie Pepe Jay .,...,...... Linda Kathleen ..... r, Michele Marie ..... Meredith ohn Dee , I ------A---, Merkle, James Alvin ........... Merksamer, Mary Ann .... . Merman, Stephen Kent ,... . Merriam, Richard Arthur .. Merriman, Ronald Alan ...,. Merritt, Harold Lee ..., 378, Merritt, Reva Teari .,,,l,.,,,,,, Merritt, Thursa June ......... Messer, Virginia Anne Metcalf, Kathleen ,...,,...,.,.,, Metke, Susanna ..............,,.., Metz er ane Dee ...,..,. 330 Meyer, Meyer, Meyers, Bradford Bowie Meyers, Larry William .....i, Meyers, Marilyn Elaine Meyers, Richard Douglas Michaels, James Evan ......... Michaels, Pamela Diane g . 1 . Meyer, Byron Eugene . ..,... .. Kathleen Gail ....,.. Susan Ann . ,.,. ......., I Sara Douglas Michel, Arvin Herbert ....... Michel, Dennis Emil .,,... Middleton, James Milton Mielenz, Michael Kerley Mierco rt, Clifford Roy .....,. Milbert, Richard D. ...,.....i . Milburn, Janice Rae .........,. Milenski, Suzanne Ruth ..... Miles, Marlin ..........,..... 404, Miles, Patrick Leo ........ 381, Nesbitt, John Alva ............. .202, 482 .........329 .........482 .........482 .325, .336, 264 349 312 425 437 .........236 .........192 .........212 ..,.....216, 369, 439 .. ,....., 448 410, 482 .........317 .........315 .174, 334, .402, .220, 322 190 326 447 360 482 419 .........226 212 430 482 482 .........190 .........482 .........400 .........210 .216, 296 .339, 433, 482 388 325 190 482 437, 482 .........378 208 374 406 412 230 338 Millar, Robert S., Jr. ,..,...... . Millay, John Russell ,i,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,, Miller, Ann Cecele .... 190, 253, Miller, Barbara Deane ,,.,,,,,i,,.,,,, Miller, Donnie Ray .......,............., Miller, Gary Alford ...... .......,. Miller, Gary Edward ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,., Miller, Jack Stewart ...,...i........... 360 Miller, James ..,..,..,,.. ,,,,,,., 2 82,283 Miller, Jonnie Dee .. .,,,.,,,,,,, 198 Miller, Linda Jo ..,,,.., .,.,.,,,,,.,,,,, 4 47 Miller, Margaret ....., ........ 1 84,310 Miller, Martha Lee ..,,l,,,,,,,,, 194, 482 Miller, Mary Lutrecia ..........,.,..,,. 413 Miller, Mary Lynda ,,,,,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,, 330 Miller, Nancy Jane ...... 168,186,482 Miller, Nancy Merle ,,,,,,,,.,.,.,,,,,,, 316 Miller, Randall Lange ,,..,.,..,.,,,.,,, 240 Miller, Sally Anne ,............. 182,333 Miller, Steven Warren 396,407,482 Miller, Terry Allen .............. 340,394 Miller, William H. ,.,,. ,,,4,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 13 Miller, Wilma Kauffman ,,,,,,,,,,,, 413 Millet, Mary Frick ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 184 Milligan, Bette Ann ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 82 Milliren, Leslie L. ........,... ,........ 3 20 Mills, Carolyn .......,.,.,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 190 MlllS, Ruth A. Donnelly .,.,,.,,,,., 424 Mills, Victoria Hambly .,,... 412,482 Milosevich, Nondis Leon r.......... .188 Milrany, Judith Jo ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 176 Milton, Noble Eugene .....,.. 256, 262, 264,259 Mincer, Lawrence Mark ..,.., 338,439 Minkoff, Richard M. .................. 390 Minor, Steven Dale ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 2 32 Mirza, Farhad .........,.....,.... ......... 4 28 Mishmash, Myrna Joyce .. ....,.,.. 482 Misura, Charles Francis .,,,,,,,,,,,1, 222 Mitchell, Edwin Charles ............ 216 Mitchell, Grace Whiting .... 198,482 Mitchell, Jennifer L. ......1,,.,, 186, 482 Mitchell, Mary Lynn .... 168,184,447 Mitchell, Otley Thomas .... 429,442 Mitchell, Richard L. ,..........,,,,,,,,, 334 Mitchell, Sara Frances .,...... 190,406 Moberly, William C. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 242 Modglin, Judith Ann .,.... ......,.. 4 82 Moellenberg, Wilma E. .............. 319 Moeller, John Francis ......... Moewes, Ronald Harold Mohammed, Joma ..,............ Mohr, Harry Adrian ......... Mohrlang, Jerry Duane ..... Moisan, Kathleen Mary ...,. Moise, Steven Kahn .......... Mojonnier, Barbara Anne Molina, Constance C. ..,..,. Moll, Lois Kathryn ...... 18, Monczka, Frank Milton Monderer, Bonnie Jo Mondt, Roger Frank ...,.... Money, Penny Suzanne Monger, James R., Jr. ...... . Monnavar, Abbasian ........... Monson, Mary Ann ........... .238, 482 .........433 .........344 .........289 .........482 ,176, 325 162, 232, 369, 439 .........357 .321, 330 117, 174, 368, 443 .........200 .....,..298 .........439 .........242 .........428 .322 419 Montera, Frank Joseph ........ 264,266 Montgomery, Bill ........................ 432 Montgomery, Robert L. ...... 210,482 Moody, Jay Bea ............................ 325 Moody, John Alexander ............ 208 Moor, Thomas Crain ...,...... 371,482 Moore, Barbara Sue . ............ 360 Moore, Cherry ........... ......,. 4 13 Moore, Gary Carlson ..,....... .346 Moore, Helen Marie .........,..,..,.,.. 309 Moore, James Douglas . ..,............ 224 Moore, Judy Lynn ............,... 383,432 Moore, Katherine Mary .........,..., 321 Moore, Mary Teresa .......... 196, 385, 413,482 Moore, Michael Dene ..,.,.,. 296,421 Moore, Richard Douglas ............ 222 Moore, Thadia Marie ,,................ 192 Moore, Thomas .........,., 358,427,440 Moore, William Arthur .... 338,482 Moran, William Sterling .... 238,389 Morbeck, Mary Ellen ...........,...... 316 Morehead, Richard M. .............. 212 Morehouse, Pamela Jean ............ 198 Moren, William Arthur ...,.. 238,374 Morgan, C. .........,.....,........,.,,...,,,,, 182 Morgan, Carol Jo . .,.,.,................... 182 Morgan, Cecily Irene .,.. .............. 3 11 Morgan, Constance May ......... 316 Morgan, Elizabeth Jane .,.....i. 312 Morgan, Janet Alma ...,,,,,,,,, 401,418 Morgan, Michael Neal ..........,.,.., 369 Morgan, Prudence ...........,,.......,,.. 424 Morgenbesser, Harvey N. .......... 482 Morgenroth, Virginia L. ...... 190, 324 Morimoto, Frederick M. ..., 338, 403, 411,482 Morinaka, Colin Kelly .............,,, 482 Morin, Sandra Kay ..........,... 196,482 Moritz, Susan Jane . ,..... ...........,.,. 1 74 Morrato, James Joseph ..,...,,...,..,. 125 Morre, K. M. ..............................., 180 Morrill, Rita Barbara ......,....,.,.... 418 Morrill, Rodney L. .............. 398,482 Morris, Averil Ann .............. 311,406 Morris, David Lee .........,..,.......,... 340 Morris, Robin Ann ...... 196,385,482 .188, .202, Morris, Roger King ,,........... Morrison, Brooke Eileen Morrison, Dianna Layne Morrison, Henry Lee ....,.... Morrison, James .........,.,.,,,, Morrison, John Gary ........... Morrison Nana Beth ......... Morrison Morrow, Melody Ann ....,.. Morse, Boyd M., Jr. ........ . Morton Geor e Thomas 1 g Morton, Michael Allen Moschetti, Clara Lee ......... Moschetti, Elizabeth S. ..,.,. . Moses, Anne Earle ....,........ Mosko, Claudia Irene ......... Mosko, Gary Allen .,........... Mosley, Edna Lorette ......... Moss, Dennis Adair .....,..... Mosser, Russell Winston Mothershed, Carranza V. 345, .252, .236, 1156i 11587 iii6f .170, .345, Mothershed, Mary El .... 89, 324, Motoyoshi, Howard Den ,,,,,,.,,1,, Mowczko, William Earl ...... 381, Mowery, Hubert Thomas ........,... Moyer, Sarah Lynn . ,... ...,1.1, Mudd, Malvern Leo .......,.,.. 414, Muehleisen, Nancy Jean .... 186, Mueller, Barbara F. .................,... , Mueller, Carol Jean ............ 180, Mueller, Christine E. .....,,,,, 192, Mueller, Heinz F. ........ ........... . Mueller, Rolf R. .............. ....... . Mueller, Wolfgang F. ...... ....... . Muhn, Mulcock, Mulder, Mulholla Joann ........... Linda Yale . .... . Mary Jo ..,........ nd, James W. 264 310 325 425 399 482 310 321 174 218 224 208 482 443 311 178 232 315 218, 374 238 383 482 434 418 214 196 484 320 484 321 439 304 304 484 ...,....413 ........196 ........194 244 Mulholland, Katherine W. ........357 357 Mullen, Anne Marie ............,...,. Mullin, Robert Waggener .....,....224 316 Mullis, Ina Van Slyke ........ 192, Muma, Richard Timothy ............381 Mummery, Mary Anna .............. 328 1 Mundine, Susan ..... ....... .......... Mundy, Skip ..................,............. 214 Munetaki, Dennis ........................ 431 Mungle, James Alexander ......,... 244 Munro, R. C. ..............................,. 230 Munro, Teresa Gail ....-. -.......-- 3 55 Munroe, Nancy Ann .............. 322 Munson, Anita Kay ,..., ....... 1 80,319 Munrzert, James Kay .................. 339 Murehie, Carl Roderick ............ 484 Murchie, David Neil .................. 349 Murphy, Charles .......................... 298 Murphy, Fred .......i.....i................ 298 Murphy, John Stephen .............. 339 Murphy, Marcia Gail ........ 190, 407, 413,484 Murphy, Patrick Harold .........,,,.. 402 Murphy, Samuel B., Jr. ...... 238,351 Murphy, Thomas James ............ 238, 264,388 Murray, Bonnie Diane ........ 202,378 Murray, Donald Bartlett ..., 387, 400, 407,484 Murray, Joseph W. ....,.............,... 339 Murray, Norman Joseph .... 348,389 Murray, Robert Bruce .... . ............. 389 Murray, Sandra Lee .................... 329 Musser, Janet Lynn ...................... 332 Musser, Robin Andrew ...... 244,345 Myers, Diane Davis ..... ,,..... 1 82,484 Myers, Phillip Earl ..............,,i..... 242 Myers, Roberta Kay ............ 174,360 Myers, Susan Marie ..........,,........ 434 Myers, Virginia C. .... ..,,..... 3 16 Mytinger, Sandra Lee .,.. .......... 1 94 N Nadal, Nancy .......... ,....... . .198, 321 Nadle, Karen Elaine .................... 355 Nagel, John K., Jr. ...,.......... 206,437 Nagely, John L., Jr. ..........,,.......... 240 Magy, Anthony Joseph ......., 396,401 Naiman, Ivan Sidney ......... Nakamura, Karen Mieko Nakamura Kenneth ames J .........232 434 ........431 Nance, James V., Jr. i...... ...1l7,216, 364,372 Nance, Sara Lynne .............. l8,117, 190,314 Nasbarg, Sheila Myra ....,.,.........,. 200 Nash, Suzanne ...................... 314,428 Nassimbene, Judy Jo ....... ........,.... 1 90 Nauhaus, Lester George ..., 232, Naylor, Edward R., Jr. .........,..... . Neely, John Allen .......... Nees, William Earl .,..,.,,...,. Neff, Barbara Elizabeth ,,.... Negler, Stephen Theo ................ Neighbor, Sally Jo ....,,.... Neighbors, William D. ....,. , Neill, Ellen Louise ...... .. Neill, Sandra Kay ....,. .. Neilly, Carol Rae ..,....... 338 224 346 350 ........198 421 186 125 328 .........176 310 Neiwert, Dennis Dean .......,....., 244 431 Nekomoto, David Seiji ......,...,... Nellis, Scott Henry ...............,.... 216 Nellis, Stephen Gilbert ...... 216,364 Nelsen, Karen Jeanne ........ 188,326 Nelson, Carla Alice .,.................. 314 Nelson, Christine Anne ...... 186,332 Nelson, Constance Ruth .......... 196 Nelson, Cyril H. ......................,. 42S Nelson, Elizabeth Ann W. ........ 361 Nelson, Janet Fay ........................ 355 Nelson, Jeanne Kay . ........... . ....... 332 Nelson, Jerrie Sue ................ 194,319 Nelson, Lee Leslie ...................... 312 Nelson, Linda Lee ....................., 332 Nelson, Noralee Carolan ......... 326 Nelson, Orville Duane .............. 399 Nelson, Paula Elizabeth ...,........ 312 Nelson, Paula Jane ...................... 316 Nelson, Richard Ager .......... 210,430 Nelson, Richard Martin ............ 208 Nelson Robert David ....... i Nero, Karen Louise . .......... Nesbit, Sarah C. Hanson Nesmith, Elaine Lily ......... Nestor, Karen Nikki .... 93, Newbold, Wendy M. Lou Newcomb, Gary Lynn ....... Newcomer, Carole ............. Newcomer, Frank, Ill ......... Newell, George Fredrick Newell, William Thurlo Newhouse, Nancy Ellen Newman, Carol Rose ....... .375 . ,..... ..121 419 .........443 .........-391 326 .253u357 cuaL314 264 .236, .........196 .........216 374 .236, .......,.238 321 .188, .........178 Newman , Linda Ann ..... .........174 Newman, Nancy Lee .................. 310 Newman, Patricia Mary .... ........ 1 96 Newport, Diana Elaine .............. 355 Newton, David Glenn .............-.. 264 Newton, Douglas E., Jr. ............ 206 Newton, John Robert .................. 238 Ng, Edmund Shui Yuen .......... 334 Ngan, Nguyen Thi ...................... 328 Nichelson, Phillip H. .......... 396, 401 Nicholas, S. E, .,.,........................ 218 Nicholls, Donald Gordon .......... 236 Nichols, Katherine Joan ............ 192 Nichols, Kay ................................ 356 Nichols, Keith A. ........................ 388 Nichols, Sandra Anne 196,253,374 Nicolaus, Polly M. J. ............ 196,315 Nidey, Paul Gradon .................. 439 Nielsen, Michael Alan ........ 238,389 Nigro, Mariann .................... 332,406 Nikkel, David Keith .................... 212 Niles, Nancy Elaine ......... 328 Nilson, Susan Anne ......... 174 Nimtz, Richard .....,,,.,. ......... 2 44 Nissen, Nancy Ann ........ .196 Niswonger, Ann C. ...................... 186 Niswonger, Jane E. ...................... 186 Nixon, David Eager .... 344,388,394 Noble, Ronald Morgan .............. 216 Noble, Sarah Bell ....... .. ......... 378 Noe, David Marion .................... 410 Noe, David .................................. 338 Noehren, Nancy Gail .................. 330 Noel, Linda Lou .......... 312,330 438 Noor, Hassan Adam ................,... 428 Nordhausen, Nancy Jean ............ 328 Nordlie, Judith Erlene ...,............ 329 Noriyuki, Ronald ..... ......... 3 35,434 Norman, Gay Lynne ............ .333 Norman, Janet Gail ....... ......... 3 27 Norman, Telfer W. ....... ......... 3 46 Norris, Anne Church .......... ........ 1 84 Norris, Lynda Lee ........................ 321 Norris, Richard Harold .............. 404 North, Mary Lou .......................... 186 Norton, Tamara ....... ..... 1 96,374,375 Nossaman, Nicholas Judd .......... 414 Novak, Cheryl Ann ....... ..... 3 16,443 Novak, Dennis Edmund ...... 403,411 Novak, Leo Charles Jr. ...... 206,484 Nnvilc, Andrea Fne ...................... 424 Nygren, Stephan Dwight ............ 346 Nylin, Sharon Louise ..... ......... 3 29 O Oaks, James Palmer .................... 341 Oaks, Milton Harold .................. 484 Ober, Thomas Michael ...... 212,350 Oberlantler, Robin Dale ............ 309 O'Brian, Richard ............. ......... 4 08 O'l3rien, Carol E. . ....................... 484 O'Brien, James Richard .............. 343 O'13ricn, John Robert .................. 358 O'Bright, Juliana R. ,........... 186,315 O'Connor, Sharon P. .......... 188,314 O'Donoghue, Kathleen A. ........ 310 Ocsch, Bonnie Rae ...................... 484 Ogelsby, Mary Alice ....... . ........ 194 Ogino, Yoshifumi ........................ 345 Ogren, David John ...................... 244 O'Hanlon, Lewis Michael ..230, O'l'lara, Kled P. ............,,..,.,...,,, ,,,312 Ohrenschall, John C. ....... ...125, 502 Oja, Malle .................................... 329 Oka, Kathryn Yoko ............ 321,434 Okey, John Besal .......................... 484 O'Korn, Louis Edward .............. 485 Olander, Roger L. ................ 282 284 Oldfather, Timothy .................... 349 Oldham, Gayl Heather ...... 194,333 O'Lear, Elizabeth L. .................... 401 Oline, Terry Duane .................... 226 Oliver, John Robert .................... 349 Oliver, Mary Kelly ......... ..... 1 92,321 Oliver, Rosemary .......................... 324 Olivier, Vernon Lee .................. 442 Olotka, Peter Graham ................ 206 Olsen, Larry John ...... 163, 206.411, 438, 485 Olsen, Lynette E. ..............,......... 332 Olson, Allan Roy ........................ 349 Olson, Charles Ernest 388,390,394 Olson, Dan Emil .................. 401,410 Olson, James Mark ...................... 226 Olson, Norman Arnold .............. 208 Olson, Tana Elizabeth ................ 174 Oman, Kay Lucille .,,,,.........,....... 194 Omiya, Kazuko Frances ...... 309 431 O'Neal, Patricia Lynn ........... ..... 3 15 Opdyke, Caren Christine 114,190, 370, 385, 407, 485 Oppermann, C. F., 111 ................ 224 Opsahl, Randi .............................. 192 Osborne, Barbara Jeanne Orf, Robert Cletus ...A......, ...21O,381 Orians, Daryl Phyllis Ormaza, Sofia Marina ................ 311 Orndoff, Barbara Kay Orr, Raymond James ...,...,,.389 391 off, susan Euan .................. 1861309 Orr, Thomas William .,......,....... 266 Orsi, Annibale J. .............. . Ortma'er Carol Ka .320 126, 280 378, 443 1 1 KY - 1 Osborn, Alice Annette ,....,.. 194,430 Osborn, John Kirk ...... 216, Osborne, Crystal Gay ......, Ossola, Thomas William ., Ostrander, Linda Louise Ottinger, Nila Jean ..,.......... Otto, Della Mae Kerr ....... Otto, Sharon Alexandra Ottoson, Debbie .........,..,.,.. Ouer, Monarae ............,...... 259,261 364 .1sz, 316 , ...,.... 327 398,485 Overdeer, Lynn Randall . ......,... , Overland, Julianna 327, Pendergrass, Thomas W. .... 348, 399 Perman, Nancy Jean 192 327 485 ....1ss, 485 333 196 341 435 370, Oviatt, Pamela Joy .,,..,....,,.. 190,328 Owen, Albert Henry, lll ........,.,.., 236 Owen, Bob ,....,...,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 297 Owen, James Alan .....,,..,.,,.,,,,,,,, 338 Owen, Jenna Louise ............ 192,319 Owen, Trip .....,..,.,.,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 264 Owens, Donald LeRoy ,......,........ 329 Owens, Patricia Jean ,.,... ,,.,,,,, 3 33 Owsley, Charles F. ..,,.,, ,,,,.,,, 3 46 P Pacilio, John Jr. ..,,,,....,,,.,.,,,.,,.,,,,, 439 Padia, William Lloyd ......,.,......... 294 Pafford, Robert Joseph 381,418,486 Page, Donna Jean ,................,.,.,,. 361 Page, Robert Taylor ..........,...,...,, 386 Pahls, John Bernard ....1,..,.,, 341,442 Paine, Mary Crystal ..,.....,... 182, 486 Palermo, Shirley Ingram ...,,,,,,,,, 319 Palmer, Cynthia Johnson ........,.,. 311 Palmer, Donald Arthur , ..... 206,439 Pamler, Douglas Arthur .... 208, 383, 437 Palmer, Edward Emery, ll .... 120, 216 Palmer, Myron Patrick ..,. , ......,,.., 442 Palmer, Polly Ellen ...,....,,,,,, 196, 486 Palmer, Robert Norris ,.,,,.,.,., . ,,., 382 Palmer, Ruth Mary .,......,,,,,,,,,,,, 360 Palmer, Sandra .......,,.,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 383 Palmer, William Michael .......,., 486 Palmetier, Patricia A. .,.,...... 194,310 Paluck, 360 Pannebaker, Scott T. ........,. 224, Pamplin, Janice Hughes Panepinro, John Anthony Kathleen Sally ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, ....176, 334, 411 2403, Paolucci, Raymond J. ...... . PHCIUEEYC, Edward Harry ............ Parcell, Otey W, jr, ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, , Parfet, Constance Jean .......,.... Parham, Priscilla ...,....,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Paris, Carol June ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, ,321 Paris, Jane Hamilton ,,,,,.. ..,,, 1 92, Park, Ann Caroline Parke, Park er, Parker, Parker, Parker Parker: Nancy Susan Parker, Pa rkiso Parks, Deanne Ellen James Leroy . ,.... 2198, lay A .... .. ........................1 Lindalu K. ........ 198, 390, Roseanne ........... n, Susan E. ......... . Maria Christine .. Parmater, John Roger ......... Parquette, Richard Earl Parrish, John M. Jr. ....... . ............33o, 411 486 264 208 352 190 314 425 486 194 486 James .........,..... ,.,..,,,.,, , 338 336 396 486 332 357 322 486 264 486 220 316 Parry, Patricia Willson ,......, 184, Parsons, George William ..224, 270, 275,372 Parsons, Janis ,..,,......, ,,,,,, ,,,,., 1 9 6,486 Parsons, Margaret Ann ...,......,..... 333 Parsons, Merrill B. .....,,........,.,,,., 421 Parsons, Patricia L, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 124,357 Paschall, Patricia Ann A .,....,.,...... 154 Pass, Elaine Florence ..200, 425, 486 Pate, Jacquelyn Sue ...1.,.,1,,,,,,.,,,. 311 Pate, James Ralph .,.,,,.,,., ,,,,1,,.,,, 3 46 Patla, John Michael ..... ............ 3 58 Patnoi, Charles Morris ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 415 Patrick, Gail Ann .1,,, ,,,.,,, 1 82,314 Patrick, Gary Eugene ,,,,,,,,,,,, 236 Patrick, Terry Lynn ...........,........ 190 Patterson, Allen C., Jr. .. ..... 238,400 Patterson, Ann Eleanor ,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 196 Patterson, Brooke .,..,.,...,....,..1,,,,, 186 Patterson, James ....,.,.,,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,,, 349 Patterson, James Wayne .... 349, 399, ' 486 Patterson, Ruth Anne 330,334,447 Patterson, Shannon Rose .... 327, 443 Patton, Ann Osborn ............ 194,309 Patzman, Stephen Narr .... 234, 388, 389, 390, 394, 486 Paul, Carolyne ...................... 186,375 Paul, George Chandler ...... 405,486 Paul, Stephen Edward ................ 226 Pauley, J. Donald .,.........,............ 381 Paulsen, Frederick Dane ............ 360 Paulson, Karyn Marie ..202,319, 443 Paulson, Nancy Jo ........................ 360 Paulson, Pretina K. ..................... 333 Pavelko, Charlotte Alsa -.-... .486 Pavlik, Donna Lynn ......... ...... Paxton, David August Payne, Douglas Cecil ....... ....... .328 ,234 .335 Payne, William Norton ....... .395 Paynter, Richard T., Jr. ..... .....,.. 3 38 Peacock, Mary Louise ....... ........ 3 28 Peacock, Philip Keith ..... ........ 3 98 Pearman, Michael H. . .,............... 486 Pearson, James Michael .............. 206 Pease, Linda Edith ..............,,...... 184 Peck, Christopher B, .............,.... 216 Peck, David Mitchell .,396,401,486 Peck, Penelope Mayo Peclas, Rusanna ...........,.,......,.,..... 500 Pederson, Norman Ray Pedroni, Cheryl Aileen Peecl, Michael Harold Peele, Warren Dozier ...... Peercy, David Eugene Peery, Linda Littleton Pellillo, Corrinne Jay Peloquin, Michael J. .,.,,...,., . Peltzman, Jduith Ellen Pederson, Richard T. .................. 339 182,309 Peed, Dean Roland .................... 404 ........415 .....,..3-11 ..486 398, 486 Peltz, Alvin Eugene .................... 226 401 200 Pender, Phyllis Anne is5iQ'4o5,'4o7, 486 Penfold, Craig A. ........ 117,163,216 Penley, Karen Lucille .................. 182 Penn, Carolyn Jo ...,....,............... 320 Peoples, Anna Belle ..........., 190, 486 Pepper, Gertrude S. ..........,, 178,486 Perelli, Minetti Quita ....,.........., 314 Perelman, Dennis Aaron ............2Z4 Perin, Edward Bridge D. .... 236,374 Perkins, Betty Lorraine Perl-co, Gerald Lee ................ 402,412 Perlman, Alice Fay .............. 178, 487 Perlmutrer, Beth .................. 178, 317 Pcrlmuttet, Joseph Eric Perlmutter, Natalie W. ...... 380, Perrella, Donna Jean Perry, Meredith Ann Perry, Paul Edward ....... 439, 428, 487 ..,,.,..184 .......,3Z8 ........335 Perry, Peter Glasgow .....,..,..,..,... 400 Perry, William ...,.......................... 234 Perschbacher, Robert R. .... 220, 388, 394 Persky, Sharon Kay . ..... 200, 438, 487 Peace, Caroline Suzanne .........1.. 419 Pestonik, Donna Sue .........,........ 176 Peters, Harold Stanley ...,.... 401,487 Petersen, Bruce, W. ...,. ............... 3 82 Petersen, Petersen, Carolyn Diane Christy Susan ............32O ............312 Petersen, Larry Lewis ..,,...,.......,,. 398 Petersen, Leslyn Kay ...,...... 309,406 Petersen, Marcia Ann ............... 2,314 Petersen, Marian Lee .......... 309,406 Petersen, Ralph Eric . ..,............ 224 Peterson, Carol Anne .....,. ........ 1 84 Peterson, David James ..... ........ 3 96 Peterson, David Lyle .,....,,..,,,...,. 414 Peterson, Edwin W., Il ................ 224 Peterson, Francis A. .,.,,.....,......... 439 Peterson, Gary Glen .................. 236 Peterson, Ingrid Ileen ............,.,,.. 443 Peterson, Jane Fisher .......... 198, 487 Peterson, Marshall K. .................. 487 Peterson, Pamela Kay .................. 356 Peterson, Walter S., lll .... .... 4 00, 405 Peterson, William K. .......... 218,487 Petracelc, Donna Jean ........... ,...,., 3 11 Perrafeso, Paul Ronald .....,.....,., 234 Pettit, Barbara Nancy .......... 198,316 Pettit, Paul Alan ................,...,... 487 Petrus, Mona Elizabeth .........,.,.... 317 Petty, Cynthia An ................ 319,330 Pflum, Eugene Walter .........,,,... Phelan, Marcia Winthrop ..333, Phelan, Peggy Fentress .218 437 . ............. 194 Phifer, James Ray ........................ 339 Phillips, Ann Lee ........ 188,253,340 Phillips, Barbara Anne ..,,.......,.. 487 Phillips, Dana Darryn ..... . ....... 334 Phillips, Joseph C. ....... ........... 2 64 Phillips, Michael C. .,... ........... 2 34 Phillips, Patricia Ann .................. 321 Phippeny, Joan Lucille Piburn, Michael Ray . Pickering, Kathryn L. Pickering, Pat Perry ............. .........351 Piehl, Kathy Lee .......,.......... ..... .. .200 Piel, Margaret Christie ........ 194,314 Pierce, James Robert ...........,........ 439 Pierce, John Lowell .... 222, 395, 404, 487 Pierce, Linda La Von ................ 412 Pietreporit, Louise R. .......... 176,356 Pierson, Ray Edward .................. 296 Pierson, Russell H. ...................... 389 Pifer, Gerald Robert ............ 212,439 Pilliard, Penelope Kay ..,....,..,..... 316 Pinney, William Thomas .,........ 220 Pinson, Joan Dolores .................. 500 Piper, Robert Spencer ..,...,... 212, 487 Pipkin, William Harvey ...... 403,411 Pippen, Patricia Lee .................... 361 Pippen, Clarence A. .... 379,403,411 Pitman, William Michael ..........487 Pitt, John Edgar Hanson ............ 428 Pittman, Arlene June ......... . Plaga, Patricia Ann ...... 120 Plamann, Alfred Allan ...... 192, 413 176, 316 372,400 Platt, Charles Aqdriance ...... 440,487 Platt, Janice Elaine .........,..........., 309 Platts, Diana Jean ...,.................... 333 ' 180 361 Platzer, Joan Gail ......... ....... , Pletcher, John W. ..................,,.,., 240 Plonkey, Francis Xavier ..,.........,. 351 Podolnick, Barbara Joan ............ 487 Poclolsky, Donald M. .......... 246,335 Pohl, Georgianna .........,........ 188,487 Prince, James Monroe 214,433,488 Pringle, Bruce David .,..............,. 246 Pritikin, William S. ...........,........ 232 Points, Caroline Lee ..108,176,370, 487 Points, Marsha Jeanne ...........,.... 176 Poley, Robert Lee ........ 396, 401, 487 Pollard, Harry Vickery ...,.........,,. 240 Pollard, Susan Belle .........,.,...,.,,. 190 Polslzsy, Daniel H. ..,...,,...,...,..,..... 502 Polumbus, Gary Michael .... 226, 296, 372,487 Polumbus, Richard T. .................. 266 Pomeranz, Carol Jean ..,....,,. .ZOO Ponce, Gonzalo R. ..,..,. ,....... 2 34 Pongrekun, Johnny ..,.... ...,.,,, 4 28 Popish, Robert John ..... ....... 3 36 Popovich, John E. ..... ......, 3 45 Popple, John Arthur ..... .,..... 3 35 Porges, Judith Helene ,..... .316 Porte, Elizabeth Matile ...... .198 Porter, Allen Bailey ......... ...,.... 2 O8 Porter, Clyde William ,...... ..,...,., 3 41 Porter, Judith Kathleen ........,..... 374 Porter, Paul John ,,......,,.....,,..,,,,,,, 349 Portis, Lawrence 2259, 261, 262, 264 Portschi, Jeannine Elizabeth ...... 488 Posner, Jon Edward .................... 246 Posorske, Connie Jeanne ,,,,,.,,,,.. 188 Post, Edward Lory ....... ......,.... 3 53 Post, Suzanne Kay ..... ....... 1 96,333 Postma, Julie Ann ....... , ,.,.,.,. 316,443 Poston, Robert B. ..,..,.,....,..,..,..,,. 294 Porash, Murray Alan .............,.... 246 Potter, Donna Suzanne ...... 184,375 Porter, Elizabeth Ruth ......... .....,. 1 86 Potter, Joyce Diane ..,.......,,,, 319,406 Potter, Mary Katherine .....,.,.,.... 186 Potter, Pamela Jo ,,,., .,,...,.,,,,,,, 1 80 Powell, Mary Bornar .......,.. 196,488 Power, Joyce Rae ,,,,,., ...,,,,,,,, 1 74 Powers, Cynthia ,,,..1,,..,,....,,,,,,,,,, 190 Powers, Darien Lynne ..........,.,... 328 Powers, Dennis Malvin 218,417,488 Powers, Michele Jo .,.,..,..,,,,, 186,321 Powrie, Barbara Jean ........... ....... 1 98 Poyen, John S. .,,.,,.,.,,..,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 488 Pratt, Nancy Elizabeth ........ 190,375 Prnt, Timothy James ,..,....,,,.,,..,, 382 Pratt, William Laurence .. ,.,...,... 344 Prehn, Janet Helena ...... ...... 1 82,332 Prenice, Jamie Irene ,,..,,...,,.,,,,,,,, 317 Prentice, Rodney Earle ,.,,,,,., ,..,.,, 3 45 Prentup, Frank Dalton ........ 226,266 Presberg, Allyn Jane ............ 200,309 Prescott, Ellen Jean .................... 355 Pressman, Teresa Gail ,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,, 322 Preston, James F. ,,,.,,,,,....,,,.,,,,,,,,, 348 Preston, Margo Jannette ........ 188, 488 Preston, Richard Earl ,...,.,.,,,,,,,,,, 224 Preston, Thomas Duke ............. ,230 Prestwood, Jennifer L. ....,.,...,..,,, 316 Pretsch, Jo Ann ,,,,,., ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 3 16 Price, Barbara Kay ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, 194,374 Price, Edward Harold 216,364,400 Price, Frank Dobson ................,.,. 415 Price, Jack Robert A ,,,...,..,,.,,,,,,,,, 264 Price, Karen Elizabeth ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 428 Price, Laura Elizabeth ...,.... 186,326 Price, Maureen E. ,.......,,,,,,..,,,,,.,, 332 Price, Robert Leo ...... .......,.,, 2 40 Prichard, Lillie Louise ,, .,,,..,,,., 327 Priebe, Gloria Kaye ...... ........... 3 14 Priess, Jody Mary .......... ........... 3 28 Priest, Patricia Ann ,..... ........,., 1 S4 Prost, Val Patrick ..,............. 228,437 Prushick, Maria Agnes ................ 501 Pryor, Jane Williams ....... ...,...... 1 90 Pryor, Judith Marie ......... .329 Pryor, Linda Mae ......... .186 Pryor, Susan .................... .......... 1 96 Ptashne, Kay Alice ...................... 200 Pulver, Frank James, lll ........ 18, 242 Pulver, James Allen .... 18,117, 230, 369,397 Purcell, Margaret Ethel .............. 190 Purinton, Raymond F. Ill .,Z18,439 Purser, Cvraydon Keith .............. 488 Purves, Margaret Young ......... -.176 Pustmueller, Jean Helen ....,....... 446 Putnam, Robert Henry ........ 341,378 Putnam, Thomas M., lll .... .,12O, 206 Puxty, Carole Pauline 329,425,488 Pyle, Dawn Carol ...............,........ 333 Pyle, Sandra Doris ........................ 402 Q Quade, Jane Darlene ...... .... 3 59 Quan, Lynda Mary ......... - ........... 447 Quick, Sandra Dee ,...... . ............., 355 Quine, Sandra Karen C. .,........., 328 Quinlan, Clarissa Marie .... 182,317 Quinlan, Marilyn Ann ............ ....174 Quinn, Donald Michael ,........... 344 208 Quinn, Leslie Paul ...................... Qureshi, Sirajul Haq .................. 428 R Rabbitt, Leigh M. ...,........,... 448,488 Rademacher, Jane ...... 163, 184, 438, 488 Rader, Nancy Jo ......,............. 192,375 Radetsky, Linda Joyce .................. 355 Radke, Hugh Kelley ...,.............. 224 194 310 Rado, Leslie Anne .............. , Ragland, William H., Jr. Rainbow, Carolyn Ann . ............. 328 Raiter, Martha Ann .................... 192 Ralph, Anita Louise ...... .....,..... 3 14 Ralston, Douglas R. ,................... 216 Ramaley, Margaret Mary ............ 412 Ramunno, Irene J. ...................... 320 Ramunno, Vivian Marie ............ 327 Randall, Carol Jean ...,.. ........... 1 86 Randall, John ................. ........... 3 96 Ransdell, John Irving ................,. 208 Ransdell, Ronald Eugene .......... 411 Rappe, Melodic ............................ 488 Rasmussen, Timothy A. .......,,..... 244 Rathert, Patricia Ann ,......... 182,375 Ratliff, David Mike .................... 240 Rauser, Peter Alex ........ ,..... 3 35,353 Ravenna, Paul Lewis .......,....,..... 228 Ravin, Lenore Rose .................... 174 Ray, Genevieve Halbrook .......... 408 Ray, Pamela Lynn .,.,,................. 326 Ray, Victor Keith ........,............... 236 Rea, Virginia Elsie ...................... 328 Read, Richard Duane .......... 346,388 Read, Sarah Ann ........................ 182 Read, Susan .......................... 322,425 Reaves, Marian Frances ...... 182,430 Redak, William James, Jr. .......... 488 Redd, Richard Dee .............. 264,292 Redmond, Alan Hayes ................ 488 Redpath, Margaret L. ,.,............... 324 Reed, Donna Rae .,...................... 333 Reed, James David ...... 206,297,488 Reed, John Almer, Jr. ....,............. 214 Reed, Ronald Harold ................ 488 Reed, Sarah Kay ......,................... 188 Reeder, Ticia .........................,,,.,,, 194 Reef, William Wallis .......... 397,488 Reep, lrvin Eugene ......,..,..,....... 415 Reeves, Ronald Kent ...........,...... 226 Reich, William LeRoy ................ 402 Reiclielt, Hulbert Eri .................. 502 Reid, Martha Holton .......... 316,437 Reimer, Merrily Jane ,.,..,............ 309 Reinsel, Suzanne Marie .... 180,361, 382, 488 Reisenweber, Mary Lynne ..329,488 Reiva, Thomas James .................. 349 Rello, Robert Michael ........,....... 394 Renfrow, James Winters ............ 345 Renfrom, Jay Royce .........,........., 222 Reordan, Nancy Louise .............. 332 Repp, Roger Leon ..208, 402, 410,412 Repsis, Lynn Cecile .....,...... 180,430 Rest, Donna Jean . .......,.,............. 178 Revier, Charles F. ...................... 335 Reynard, Kimbal Gerard .......... 206 Reynolds, Barbara Jean .........,.... 328 Reynolds, Edgar Dean ................ 346 Reynolds, James .....,..,........... 349, 488 Reynolds, Karen Wray ........ 174,332 Reynolds, Ladonna Marie .......... 325 Reynolds, Margaret Ann .......... 198 Reynolds, Marjorie Kent ,Y.......,,. 316 Reynolds, Marywyn C. ..........,.., 324 Reynolds, Normand L. ..,...,...1,.. 212 Reynolds, Thomas Vaughn ..,...,, 349 Rhea, Susan Elizabeth ...........1.... Rhine, William Glenn 170,214, Rhode, Cynthia Jean .,................ Rhodes, Gordon Fernald . .......... . Rhodes an Lee 3 1' ---4-w--------------'------- Rhodes, William Thomas .......... Rice, Amelia Anne ....,.....,... 316, Rice 4 Rice, Clair M., Ill ........ 359, 437, George B., Jr. .,.......... Rice, Mary Kathleen ,............... .. Rice, Sandra ................., .....,.. Rich Rich: Rich Rich Richardson Lynn Adele ...,......,......,...... Pamela Leslie ...................... ards, Charles Clark ...... 222, ards, Jon David ......,...........,, Geor e Lusk 1 g Richardson, Kathryn P. ............. . Rich Rich Rich Rich ardson, Laurel Ann .. ardson, ' Marian Dee ...... field, Susan Mary .................. mond, Donald Ladwig ........ 176 489 196 382 356 489 381 488 226 328 188 Rice, Susan Jean ........,, ........ 3 28 489 317 430 340 234 198 192 358 178 218 364 Rich mond, Robert Rand ............ Richter, Judith Anne 113,182,370, 489 Rickena, Linda Lee .................... Riddell, Charles Edwin .. ...... .. Ridle, Dorothy Irene ...... ..,..... Ridd Rideout, Chester B. ....... . le, Joseph M. ..... . Ridgely, Mary Amanda .............. Rief, Robert Michael .,.... 328 298 411 ........348 339 327 ........216 Riegert, Arthur Vidvud .,............ 352 Ritehmann, David Ray .............. 206 Sandra Jane ....,..,. Rietman, Thomas Richard .,,..... 364 Riggs, Bruce Powell .................... 341 Riggs, Edward Joe .......... 18,364,418 Riley, Carol Ann ,.....,....,....,. 188,315 Riley, Mary Louise .. ................ 325 Rimel, Martha Jane .,.. ,,.,..,. 1 88 Ringheim, Karin E. . ....... 324 198 Riser, Alix Elizabeth ..,... . ...,. .. Rutledge, Marvin D. ........,........ , Sale, Claudia B. ..,..,,.,l.,.,...,. . Riske, Roger Allan .......... ........ 2 98 Risner, Michael Thomas .l ....,... 234 Riso, Rocco Richard, Jr. ............., 238 Ritchey, Randall .........,.....,,....,.... 244 Ritchie, Louise Ludlow ...... 186,487 Ritchie, Melvin Edward ..........,. 398 Rittenhouse, Susan Jane ............ 190 Ritter, Carol Louise .... 188,316, 390, 375 Ritter, Joyce Ann .................. 186,315 Ritthaler, Richard ...............,........ 292 Rivas, Maria Del Carmen ..182,428 Roach, Chris Ann .,...,................ 501 Roach, Dawn Elizabeth ...... 186,333 Roath, Margaret .......... 192,438,489 Robbins, Carolyn ..,...,...........l....... 418 Robbins, Ellen Lucille ........ 198,489 Robbins, Frederick A. ..,..... 208,489 Robbins, Mary Anne ..l............... 489 Robbins, Peter Miller ........,......... 432 Roberts, John E. ..170, 222, 437,489 Roberts, William .......................... 344 Robinett, Jean Louise ,. ...,.... 196,436 Robinson, Carol Lee ............ 332,419 Robinson, Catherine L. .........,. ,..317 Robinson, David C. ...,.... ........ 2 06 Robinson, Gerald .......1.... ........ 4 89 Robinson, Janet Sue .................... 202 Robinson, Jerry William ........,... 236 Robinson, Rebecca Lee ............ ..333 Robinson, Robyn ............................ 18 Robinson, Taylor .......................... 236 Robinson, Walter G., Jr. Robinson, William J. ........ . Robles, Enilda Maria ......... Roby, James Carl ................. Rocltey, Arvilla Rumsey Rockey, Verlin Floyd ......... Roddy, Linda N. ..........,..... . Rodeen, Kathleen Ann Rodenberg, Marshall G. Roderick, Carolyn Anne Rodgers, Dinah Lu .......... Roe, Clyde Burns .... .... . .. Roe, Kathleen ....... ....... Roe, Lecy Omega Roedel, Lloyd Lester .. Rogan, Bonnie Lee .. Rogers, Faith Elaine .... Rogers, Franklin Earl Rogers, Nancy Karen ......... Rohmann, Richard Edward 136, 374 .........-489 .........332 244, 433 ...,.....489 383, 441 .190, 489 .........188 244, 383, 442 ...,...,.174 ........186 .186, .321, Rokala, Curtis Henry ,........ Rolander, Carl Arthur ....... Rolander, Nancy May 339 333 412 414 ........311 314 262 425 364 230 211312216 196, 321 Rollins, Becky Ann .............. 415, Rom, William N., Jr. ................. . Romancik, Daniel Howard ..,...., Romero, Jacqueline L. ............... . Romine, Kathryn Sue ..413, 437, Romlein, Jeanette Maria .,,.., 311, Rommel, Ronning, Donald Eugene Jane Ross .................... Ronning, Tom ..,. ..................... ,.,.. Rooney, Sheila Marie ................., Root, Marian Joyce Root, Mary Jo ............... Root, Thomas Eaton ..,...... Roper, John Marshall ..... Rose, Eric! Harlan ,........ Rose, Leslie Barros .,............ Rose, Paula ............................ Rose, Ronald Lee ..,....,......., Rosenbaum, Evelyn Joan .... Rosenberg, Lynda Sue .....,.. Rosener, Stanley Ivan Rosenthal, Carolanne Rosenthal, Roberta C. Rosentrater, David H. Rosentrater, Gary Lee Roseth, Kathryn Faye Rosoff, Eric ............................ Ross, Bevyn Charles ...,........ Ross, Pamela ........................ Ross, Roger LeRoy ........,.,... Ross, Sheryl Lynn ..... Ross, William Braxtonmlwix Rossiter, Jo Ann ........... Rotan, Wesley George Rothberg, Toni Adele Rothfleisch, Jacquelyn Rothschild, Nanete J. Rotondi Richard ohn Rowe, Blaine Leon, Jr. ....... . Rowe, John Francis .............. Rowe, Michael Allan ..,....,.. Rowland, Diana Margaret .. Rowland, Lynn Dorrise ..,... , 1 339, Rougas, Nick Sam .,...... 403, Rounds, Jerald Louie ..,....... Roush, Robert James, Jr. Rousseau, Diane Bodine .... 489 346 335 311 489 428 190 489 426 312 328 .......489 ........210 ........428 .,...,..439 182, 489 ........200 ,.......498 360, 489 ....,,..333 ...,....502 ........489 178, 319 ..,.....344 .......489 ..,....312 ........226 ........218 190, 316 232, 339 383 379 188 390 ........178 ........312 ........200 397, 490 411, 490 405, 414 ........234 360, 490 ........220 ........336 ........336 180, 174, Rowland, Mary Allen .................. 389 Rowland, Robert Monroe .... Ruben, Samuel Leslie ...,...... Rubenstein, Roberta .... 198, Rubis, Carolyn Sue ...........,.. Ruck, Helen Louise . 3i5Q' Rucker, Norma Jean ....... Rudenz, Sam ...,..........,.. Rudisill, Robert James . Ruclmose, Rachel .................. Rudolph, John Bowman .... Rudolph, William Riggs .... Rueter, Sylvia Ruth ....,...,..... Ruflalo, Laura Shelton 401, Rugen, Thomas William .... Ruggiero, Guido, Jr. ........... . Ruh, Judith Anne ................ Ruhle, Jill Ann .,........... ....... Ruland, Charla Jean .......... Ruland, Pamela Lynn .......,.. Rule, William Charles ........ Rumbaugh, Patricia Ann .... 244, 222, 1587 iiilil' zos, 182, Rumpf, Richard Lee .................. .. Runyon, Kyle ................. ........... Ruppe, Roger Dean. ............... ....... Rush, Maxine L. Miles ..........,..... 490 314 194 390 398 439 319 194 319 184 427 198 218 266 ........328 413 490 433 439 176 443 329 309 338 379 304 325 340 490 349 375 Russ, John Ernest ........................ Rustemefer Sandra M 4 y , . ........ 18 , Rutherford, Wesley Carl ............ 388, 389, 394 Rutledge, Jerry Gordon ......,,........ Rutt, Constance Gay .,..... ....... ,..,.. 224 338 Rutledge, Terry George ........1... 344 196 220 Rutt, Wade Thomas ............ Rutrenbaum, Steven R. ....... . Ruttum, Ann Doris ............ Ryan, James Lawrence ........ Ryden, Donald Richard .,.... Ryland, Dwight Edwin ........ Rymer, Robert Andrew ........ S Sabec, Sharon Marie .,,.. Sal3ell, Dennis Wayne ........ Sabich, Vladimir Peter ........ Sabol, Penelope ........,,.........,........ 356 Sabom, Dianne Louise ........ 184 315 Sachoff, Stephanie Mary ..,,., Sadeghi, Nasser .,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, Salford, Margaret Ann . Sajbel, James Thomas .......... Sakaguchi, Joyce Emiko ........ Saliba, Earnest John, Jr. .,... . Saliman, Diane Beth ,,,.,.,,.... Saliman, Ronald Alan ........ fIfIffff246 176, 446 294 ........413 491 212, 491 ..,.....327 ........349 ........278 ...,..l.312 .........491 ........310 ........491 317, 434 ..18, 317 230, 369 200, 320 232, 491 Salomon, Nancy Ruth ........ 411,418 Salsrone, Susan Jill ..,.,..... .... 2 00,321 Salten, Jean Marion ............ ......... 3 10 Samiullah, Mohammed ..... Sampson, Alvin, Jr. .......... . Samson, Carolyn Ann Samuel, Kadakaseril W. Sanabria, Sergio Luis ......... 428 .........292 .........38l .........428 439 Sandack, Roger David ................ 230 Sanders, Alfred M., Jr. ....,. 360, 402, 412,414 Sanders, Judith Ann .................... 360 Sanderson, Janet Sue ...,,... 412, 437, 443,491 Sandford, Joseph W., Jr. .,............ 441 Sands, Ronald Lee ...,............ 402,414 Sanford, James David, Jr. ,.... .... 3 83 Sape, George Peter ...... 242,391,394 Sasa, Paul .............................. 345,434 Sasser, Marilyn ...........,....... Sato, Richard Kyoji ........... Sato, Takashi Myron ........... Sauer, Robert Lee ............... Saunders, James Walter ..... Saunders, John Thomas ....... Saunders, Norman Harold Savage, Dennis Jeffrey ......, Savage, Janet Barbara Savage, Larry Neal .............., Savarese, Nancy Ruth .,..... Sawiclti, Walter J., III ...,..... Sayell, Jane Ann ......,.......... Sayers, Clinton Paul .......... . Sayre, Bonney Elizabeth Sayre, Robert McDonald Sayre, Susan Ellen ............,.. Scarpella, Judith Lee .......... Schachet, Merl Sanford ......, Schaefer, Susan Ann .... Schafer, Ella Rosalie ......,..,. Schafer, James Edward ..... .,.,.....174 .414, 434 .........491 .........335 .......,.346 ,........242 ........242, 275, 296 .........246 .........176 .........341 .........332 .........218 .......,.1S6 364 .Z16, .184, 491 ..,......234 .198, 491 . ........ 491 .........246 .........355 .........332 122,344 Schafer, Kent Lee .............. .403,411 Schafer, Rollie R. ......,..,.............. 491 Schaible, Michael Duane ............ 409, 413,491 Schantz, Thomas Richard ......... 214 Scharmann, Patricia A. ...... .180, Schattinger, George F. ............... . Schaver, Robert Martin ...... ......... Schedvin, Robert Allen ........ 341, Scheideman, Judy ........................ Scheidt, Joellyn ............................ Scheuble, Margaret Ann ...317, Scheuer, Ralph H. , ,....,,..,,....., .,,,, , Scheurer, Hugh H. ..... ....,.. . Scheunemann, Karen M. Schiebel, Jane Ann ............... Schields, Dale Arnold ....... Schiering, Barbara A. ...... . Schiff, Carol G. .................. . Schiffer, Kenneth M., Jr. Schllf, Curtis Milton ............. ,.... Schimming, Margaret Ann Schisler, James Le Roy .. Schlappe, Robert Dean ...... Schlenz, Juergen H. L. ...... . Schlieman, Nanette Lynn .. Schlueter, Schmidt, Schmidt, ..........326 .186 355 Sandra Rae ....... Bernd ................... Esif 314 222 491 448 501 311 442 232 226 407 333 343 359 328 226 351 317 491 345 228 Ava Lynn .................,., 'iris' Schmidt, Beverly Anne ........ , Schmidt, Schmidt, Schmittgen, Nancy ........ . .... Schmutzler, Suzanne K. Schneider, Calvin ............... Schmidt, Douglas Robert Nancy Lynne ....... .184, Schneider, Elise Maria ................ Schneider, Ernest C., Jr. .... 396, Schneider, Kay Maureen Schock, Carroll Louise ................ Schoedi nge r, David S. ...... . .270, Schoenfeld, Jill Marcia . ....... 178, Schoenig, Anne Louise ................ Schofield, Margaret J. ................. . Schonthal, Joseph, III ....... Schor, Barbara Helen Schreiber, Charlene R. .. Schreiber, Richard P. Schreiber, Walter T. .....,.... . Schriber, Laurie Newlin ,, Schroeder, David ...,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Schroeder, John Philip ....... Schrodere, John Stephen Lexi Ann ..,... Phyllis D. ..... . Schroeder, Schroeder, Schryver, Lewis Eric ........,,, Schuerhoff, Karen . .,,..,,,,, Schulte, Trina Margaret .230, fiiiiil' iii' .341, 368' 188, 326 339 320 346 120 184 321 176 214 200 401 332 501 491 319 198 Schoeninger, Katherine ........ 184, 316 176 439 316 491 398 352 491 491 344 378 192 321 216 361 333 352 Schulz, Waldean Allen ....... man Cail Marcia Schu.,1. .'.... Schust, Nllfilliam G., Jr. .,.... . Schutz, Mikel Francis .... 111331324 .........344 .......244 Schwartz, Chester P. ..., . 232 334 Schwartz, John B. ....................... . Schwartz, Michael Ralph .... 414,491 Schwartz, Susan Bette ........ 178,491 Schwartzman, Stephen D. ............ 218 Scofield, Gerald R., ll ................ 230 Scoles, Clessen K., Jr. ....... ..403 Scoles, Lee Ann ........... ......... 1 84 Scott, Caren Read ....... ....,. . .317 Scott, Jane Ellen ...... ............. 1 98 Scott, Janet Kay ....... ................. 1 92 Scott, Karen Joan ......... 182,320 Scott, La Nita Jean . ................. 329 Scott, Lyle Ivan ..,..........,...... 346 389 Scott, Martha Barrett ...,............,. 194 Scott, Robine Catlett .......... 350,399 Scott, Ronald Robert .................... 266 Scott, Ted William ......... ......... 3 40 Scott, Thomas William ..........,,.... 226 Scurr y, Frazier Marie .................. 328 Seabourn, Dennis Victor ............ 491 Seaman, Shirley Martin Searcy, Sarah Frances ........ 316 196, Seating, Carol Ann ............ 358,491 Searl, Maraleta Camella ............ 325 Sears, Sheila Anita .............. 310,428 Sechler, Joyce Alden .......... 186,491 Sedgwick, Deborah C. ................ 361 Seehafer, Karen Martha .... 357,491 Seeley, Donald Lewis .......... 206,389 Seeley, John Arthur ............ 170,224 Seemann, Siegfried F. ......,. 242,491 Segersten, Anne Kersti ...........,.. 190 Seiberr, Susan Jae ........... ..Q .,..,. 315 Seifert, Richard Kurt ....... ......... 2 34 Seiferth, Patricia L. ..... ......... 3 28 Seilback, Sharon Rae ,,,,.,. ,...,... , 361 Seitz, Christopher B. ....... ......... 3 76 Seitz, Neal Bradley ........................ 236 Sekiya, Brenda Yukiye .... .... 3 21,434 Selby, Victor Marshall ................ 380 Seliz, Lynn ....................... ......... 1 78 Senatore, Joanna Lee ..... ......... 3 57 Senn, Carroll Stanley ..... ......... 2 06 Serkowski, Robert J. .................... 349 ........224 Sessions, Donald L., Jr. ....... . Sessions, William Lad ................ 382 Sethness, Susan Cochran ............ 196 Settle, Charles Dean .................... 441 Settle, Karla Benny ......... ............. 1 82 Seuell, John Woodson ................ 491 Sevier, Cheryl Anne .... 168,190,491 Sewell, Jack W. ........................... . Sewell, Stanley Gordon .............. Sexton, Jerry Eugene ....... ......... Seymour, Jean Horn ...,,.... Seym Shackelford, Alice EIA Shacklett, Janis Kay Shadcl, Susan Kay ....... our, Lon Alan 3150 220 491 232 196 216 382 188 356 188 335 246 491 406 Shafer, Joan Laura ....... ....,........ Shafer, Judith Helen .................... Shaffer, Robert Dennis ........ 236, Shaffer, Robert Walter .,..,........... Shaffer, Sharon Leslie .......... 198, Shaklee, Marilyn Ann ........ 333, Shaleen, Kenneth Harry ............ 228 Shallenbergcr, Charles ....,........... 410 Shallenberger, Matilde ................ 381 Shallenberger, Edward ........ 381,418 Shampanier, Ellen Kay ..............,. 178 Shampanier, Rhoda Jean .... 380,428 Shand, James Douglas ................ 224 Shanfelt, Donald Y. ....... ......... 3 96 Shannon, Bonnie Sue ........ .355 Sharma, R.R. Srinivasa ................ 425 Shatzer, Janet Aileen .................. 176 Shaughnessy, Terry P. ................ 266 Shaw, Keith Darrell .... 298,364,378 Shaw, Margo Lynn ...................... 326 Shaw, Roberta Susan ..... ........ 4 91 Shaw, Sandra Kay ........................ 324 Shaw, Stanley Ingram ................ 335 Shawen, Ray Anderson ........ 339,491 Shawi, Mohammed A. ................ 428 Shawver, Richard Kent ........ 212,491 Shea, Dion Warren J. ................ 432 Shearer, Carolyn J. ....... .. ........ 322 Shearer, Karen Joyc ...,................ 492 Shearer, Thomas Everet ............ 266 Shearn, Tracy Lee ................ 184,309 Sheehy, Paul Jay .................... 338,492 Sheldon, Alexander, lll ................ 352 SJWMOD, Mary Hawthorne ........ 194 Sheldon, Mary Katherine .... 176,333 Sheline, Allan Ray ...................... 404 Shellabarger, Susan L. ................ 198, 436,492 Shelley, George Steven ................ 224 Shellworth, Sandra W. ...,............ 186 Shelton, ,lane Carroll .......... ........ 3 16 Shenefelt, Leslie L. ...... 311 375,443 Shepliertl, Hugh G., Jr. ........,....,.. 226 Shepherd, Lucinda Mary .... 360,436 Shepherd, Paula Suzann .............. 328 Shigeta, Ronald Minoru Simonson, David Alan .... Starz, William Jeffrey Strong, Robert Mallory Sheppard, Katherine Ann .......... 317 Sheppard, Ronald Edward -..--....--. 340 Sherburne, Judith E. ....,...Y........v.. 311 Sheridan, John Stephen ...........,.. 236 Sheridan, Mark M., Ill ................ 401 .396 492 Sherinski, Lawrence, Jr. 1 Sherman, Richard Clark ...,........ Shiflet, Elizabeth Ann ..............v. 240 Sherman, Judy .,..................,......... 380 Sherrod, Orville Wayne ............ 206 Sherwood, David William ..244,374 Sherwood, Foster H. .... 170,242,372 Sherwood, John Andrew ........,... 242 Shewmaker, Kathleen Ann ........ 317 Shields, Lillian M. ,.........,..... 174, 403 Shields, Linda Alaire ....,,.....1........ 188 329 338 324 Shipman, Gyanne Ruth Shippey, Andrea Mary ...,.. 190, 374, Shire, Susan ............--------,------- ------ 3 Z1 319 Shirley, Linda Jo ...........,------- .180, Shockley, Imogene Marie ,........... 314 176 Sl-iontz, Suzanne ...........-------- Shook, Elizabeth Ann ....... Shoop, Harlan Raymond Short, Beverly Ann ........... Shortell, Michael W. .......... . Showalter, Robert Dean .... Shroacls, Charles A. ...,...... . Shro er David Kerr , v --------- Shub1in, Derek Allan ........... Shuey, Marion Abigail ....... Shuery, Philip James ........ Shull, Lucy Jane ................ .........355 .........399 .........379 341 136, 125, 170, 240, 502 126, Shults, Bruce Leland .......,............ Shuster, Steven Jeffrey ................ Shwaycler, Diane R. ..............-.. . Sibert, Edgar Harold .,.............. Sidon, Zelda Jo ........,,.......... 17 , Sidwell, Steven Dunn ...,,........... Siegel, Nancy Kay ......., Siegel, Richard Jay ........ Siegfiried, James R. ...,.,. . Siems, Dennis Henry ........ .......... Sikora, John ...........i.................,...... Siler, John Robert ................ 212, Sillars, Carolyn Marie ................ Silliman, Marion M. ................... . Silver, Lawrence Robert .............. Silver, Marshall L. ..,.................... . .200 438 Silver, Susan Marie Silverman, Ellen Ann .... 17813201 294 242 216 326 240 326 344 232 174 383 310 226 Siefert, Karen .............i.......... 184, 310 178 492 162 125 364 408 378 326 232 414 492 330 178 Silverman, Linda Beth ................ Silvernale, Sondra Sue ...,......A-.... 165, 188 438 492 : v Simcoe, Ronald Lee ,......,..........-. 389 Simmons, Andrea Lee ................ 186 Simmons, Constance Lee ............ 443 Simmons, Frederick C. ..,............. 224 Simon, Leo, III ,,..... ........... .,.,....433 Simons, Frank Stanton . ......i..... ...359 Simpson, Christi .......,i... Simpson, Donna Jean ..,.., ......,.335 ........31O ........176 Simpson, Paul M., Jr. ...........,,..... 389 Sims, Cheryl Lahn ........................ 200 Sims, Donald George .... 339, 437, 491 Sims, William James .........i.......... 216 Simson, Dorothy M. ....,..,............ 316 Sinclair, Loris Ann ............,...,..... 334 Sincovec, Richard Frank .... 218,492 Singer, Midge Aline .................... 333 Singer, Natalie .................i.i.......... 178 Sipp, Marty Jo ....... ............... 3 28 Sise, Leslie ...................... ,...,, 1 84,492 Sitas, Linda Gail .,,............... 309, 382 Skeff, Kelley Michael .................. 336 Skillen, Kathleen Ann ................ 332 Skinner, Anita Lauren ................ 314 Skinner, Diane Louise ...,,,.. 202,419 Skinner, Eleanor Lynn W. ...... 316, 378, 443 Skinner, Frederick W. ..108,376,492 Skinner, Judith Eleanor ............ 378, 446,418 Skole, Ronald Warren ................ Slagle, Elizabeth D. .,................... . Sleppy, Donald Eugene . Sloat, Susan Pryor ........................ Slocum Anthony Herse , -Y --.-.-.----. 350 192 389 Sley, Betsy Ann .................. 178,319 190 238 326 Slocum, Louise lnnis .....,............,. 8 Sloggett, Anne Hayden , 117, 374 194, Sloven, Linda Rae ................ 178, Sloven, Sam Stanley .................... Slusser, Beverley Lee .................... Smart, George Richard Smeed, Nicholas ............................ 320 232 355 Smail, Terrence Eufzene .............. 224 425 352 389 Smiley, Francis E., IV Smith, Alan Frederick ..304, 404, 428 Smith, April Elaine .... .......326 134 Smith, B. J. ..................... ....... . Smith, Bob ,......... ................... - ....... 2 76 Smith, Brown Byron, ll ................ 220 Smith, Carl ..,.......................... .. ....... 214 Smith, Carl- Wayne ...........,............ 345 Smith, Carole Anne .............. 190, 316 Smith, Carolyn ................................ 314 Smith, Charles Douglas ................ 206 Smith, Cheryl Jean ................ 321, 437 Smith, Christopher B. Smith, Clinton Arthur ........351 ........352 Smith, Darrel Brooks ............ 396, 407 Smith, Darryl Elaine ....................., 381 Smith, David Albert ...............,..,,.. 218 Smith, Denison Everett ...,.......,.... 206 Smith, Denny .................................. 376 Smith, Dennis Dean ....................., 220 Smith, Douglas Luther .................. 341 Smith, Gary Eugene .....,..,,.,.. 338, 382 Smith, Geoffrey B., Jr. ........2Z4 Smith, George E., Jr. ......, ,,,.,....... 2 18 Smith, Glen Roger ....,............,..,.., 206 Smith, Gloria Ann .......... 182, 413, 492 Smith, Harrison Pogue .......... 244, 374 Smith, Jane, Frances .... ..........18O, 325 312 Smith, Jeanie ................... . ........,,. Smith, Jill Adrienne ....... Smith Smith y , John Henry ............ Karen Charlotte Smith, Karen Kathleen Smith, Kenneth E. .,.... . ........359 ........22O ,..,....315 ........36O ....,...216 ........242 352 321 320 196 321 319 Smith, Kent ..........,.. Smith, Larry Dean ,,... ,.,,.,,, Smith, Lee Ann ........... ........ Smith, Linda Cheryl ..... ...,.,,, Smith, Linda J. ................. .,,.,,. . Smith, Linda Joann ...,...,. .....,r,,,,, Smith, Linda Joyce ......,...,..,.......... Smith, Linda Yvonne .......,.... 326, 382 Smith, Lindy ..,....,..,.,,,.,...,,.....,,,.,,, 419 Smith, Lloyd Arthur W. .. ,.,.,,.,... .236 Smith, Martha ..,,.................. ......., 1 84 Smith, Martha Melinda .... ..,..... 4- 92 Smith, Martin Glenn ......., ,,.,.,,, 2 32 Smith, Merlin James ...... ....,,..,.,. 3 38 Smith, Nancy ............... .,.,..,, 1 94, 443 Smith, Nancy Marie ...... ......,...,. 4 92 Smith, Pamela Jean ....,,,,,,,,,,,. 329, 492 Smith Smith Smith , Pamela Jean ......... , Ralph Sinclair ..... Richard Walter Richard W. ....... . Smith, Robert Allen .......... Smith? ,,,.........196 ,.......2lZ ........338 .....,..206 ,,..,...492 i South, Sandra Sue ........ ................ 3 14 Spahn, Peter Richard ........ , Sparn, Sally Nadine ............ Spaid, Albert Theodore ........ Spaller, Gail Helen ..18, 117, ,22O, 492 ...,...501 ........492 188, 492 Spanarella, John Eugene .............. 238 Spangler, Katherine .... 168,192,492 Spangler, Steve .............................. 289 Spaniel, Linda Gail ...................... 314 Spanjer, Richard F. ...... .............. 4 11 Spano, Joseph Orlan ............ 396,414 Sparks, Anne Lana C. ................ 184, 316,437 Sparks, Melvin Eugene .,...,.. 275,492 Sparks, Paul Russell ...................... 383 Sparre, Paula Dallas .... 182,438,492 Spaulding, Deanna J. .................... 325 Spear, Robert Ray ........................ 401 Spellacy, Floy Susan ..... ........... 1 96 Spelts, Richard J. ........................ 502 Spelts, Rosalie Carol .......... 180,359 Spence, Julie Ann .......,....,... 356, 493 Spence, Sally Jean ..... .............., 3 09 Spencer, Clifton C. ..... ........... 2 18 Spencer, Donald M. .................... 341 Spencer, Phillip Alvin ................ 345 Spencer Shirley Rae . ..,...........,.... 334 Spencer, Thomas Robert .............. 242 Sperber, Lois Kay ...........,............ 333 Sperl, Frances ..,.........,.... ........... 4 C1 Speziale, Dona ...........................,.. 198 Spicer, Jeffrey Freeman .........,.... Spicuza, John Frank ..........., 264, N246 266 S indler John ...,............................ 18 P 1 Sponholtz, Glenn W. ......,....,...... 275 Springer, Ted Clark ........,,.. 224,374 Sproat, William Alan .................... 286 Spruth, John Murray .........,........ 493 Spunaugle, Nancy Louise .... 180,493 Spurloclc, Stephen ........................ 339 Spute, Marguerite E. .,.....,.......... 325 Stoczynski, Michael E. ,... . Staff, L. K. ..............,..... . Stafford, Karen E. .... . Stafford, Nancy Ann .,,.,.,.343 .......,198 ........315 ,,......176 Stahl, Sheila Dawn ....... ........... 4 28 Stahlhuth Sall ean i Y .l - ------. 120, Stahly, Barbara Lee ,.,.... ,..,....,., 309 355 Stallings, David Lloyd ,..,.,.,..,,..,, 493 436 Stalzle, Barbara J. I ,.......... ..... 3 22, Stamper, James Neil .................... 352 Stamps, John Elbert , ,,,,,,,,,,, 294,336 Stancyk, Susan Eileen ,.....,,.....,,,,, 182 Standley, Stacy, HI ..........,...,...,l,, 240 Smith, Robert Arnold .......,,...,,.,,, 339 Smith, Robert Lee .................,,...,... 343 492 Smith, Rodger Dallery Smith, Roger Patrick ..............,,,.,.,, 220 438 ..........41O, Smith, Roger Vernon .... 216, 400, Smith, Ruth Anna ................., 360, 430 Smith, S. L. ................... ,.,....,.,,. 1 84 Smith, Sally Ann ......... ............,.. 1 78 Smith, Sharon Louise ............ 327,418 Smith, Sharri ................................., 428 Stanko, George lhor ..... Stanley, Darrell Dee ..... Stansfield, Sarah D. .... . Stapleton, Edward J. ............ 234, 399 .......339, Smith, Stephen Charles ..............,, 234 Smith, Stephen Phillip 0 374 Smith, Susan Elizabeth Smith, Susan Smith, Susan , Jane .......................... 333 ' 333 Lois .................. 192, Smith, Susan Margaret .....,.,.. 188, ,180 341 Stapleton, Jane Marie . ............... 317 Stapp, Bill ............. ...1..,,.,. Z 96 Starch, Karl Elmer ..,.,,,,,,,,l,,,,,,,,, 425 Stark, E. Nancy .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 314,493 Stark, Jean Cathers ,,....,,......,...,, 329 Stark, Martin Paradice ...,.......,,.., 228 Stark, Ralph Kelley ..................., 224 Starkebaurn, Patricia R. ........ 321,442 Starlcweather, William H. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 228 Starlin, Dwane Lee ,..,,.,,,,,, 206, 493 Starr, Thomas Glenn .....,..,...,...,.,, 266 Stasica, Carolyn Jane Stasica Michael ohn y ' 1 --..---........ Staton, Mary Florence ..l9O, 43 , .....224 6 493 Staub, Henry Wallace, Jr. .... 240, Stauffer, Loretta Faye Stauffer, Maurice H., Jr. ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , Stavely, Dan ....,.,,.,,,.,,,.,,,, Steacy, John Brian .,.,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , Steadman, Fred I.. ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Stearns, Mary Campbell 345 493 212 .,.....,266 493 222 361 437 Stebbins, Winston Lee ........ 336, Steburg, Cheryl Dianne Steele, Robert Michael , Steen, Cora A. Rishovd ............176, 436 361, Stege, Mary Morris ,,..,....,,,,,,,,,,,,, 198 Sregner, Kenneth Dale . Steigerwalt, James G., ll 332 Smith, Wendy Brooke ................,. 357 Smith, William Lee ......... ,..,.,.. 4 92 Smoot, Carl Ashley ......... ........ 2 26 Smoot, Fred Leonard ...... ........ 2 34 Smutny, Jo Anne ............. ........ 3 26 Smylie, John Robert ...,..... ...,..,. 4 92 Snell, Patti Lynn ....... ........ ....,... 3 3 2 Snider, Joel Mayfield .................... 348 Snow, Binnie Jill ...,.. ........,........... 3 56 Snow, Brian Douglas .................. 339 Snow, Donald Merritt .......... 242,376 Snow, James Callender ................ 216 Snow, Mary Suzanne .......... .407 Snowdon, William C. ..... ........ 2 34 Snyder, Jim Clements ..... ........ 2 24 Snyder, Michael Nathan . ........ 232 Snyder, Neil Edwin ....... ........ 4 25 Snyder, Sue Anne ..... ,...........,.. 1 76 Sobeski, Julianne .......................... 326 Socha, Doris Jeanne ..........,...,...,, 332 Sodal, Ingvar Edmund ..4-26,428,492 Sogatd, Jeffrey William ...........,.... 236 Sokolof, Mardee ............................ 320 Sollenberger, Janet I. .....,.... 321,419 Sollid, Johannes .......... 426,428,492 Somer, Gerald Lee ................ 244,341 Somerville, Theodore C. ..,......... 216, 364, 372, 400 328 Son, Tran Thi .............................. Soreide, David C. ....................... . Sorensen, Melvin John Sorensen, Steven M. Sorrentino, Rolly James ................ 335 352 316 Sosin, Barbara ................................ South, Michael Eloyd .......... 336,448 Stein, Fredrick Michael ............ 493 Stein, Gale Virginia .,,,,,,,,,,, 178,333 Stein, Gerald Samuel .................. 232 Stein, Margery Newhall ..,,,,,.,,,,,, 178 Stein, Susan Mae ......................,. 333 Stein, Timothy Milton ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 351 Steinberg, Carole Ann ........ 200,316 Steinberg, Judith Ann ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 322 Steinberg, Nancy Mae ....,............. 178 Steinemann, Sue Laurel .... 198,493 S. .......,.,. . Steinhaus, Linda Carol ........ Steingfer, Charles Stemmons, John M., Jr. Stenback, Sally Lou ..,....... Stephan, Bob ......,.,,.....,,,,,,,,, .....,.,38O 178, 368 216, Stephan, Robert S., Jr. ............... , Stephens, Arthur Brooke .... 264 190 .......,266 335 .......,493 Stephens, Carole Ann ................ 320 Stephens, Diane A. ....----.------------ -174 Stephens, Kathleen G. ...... 168,192, 446, 493 Stephens, Marilyn Joyce .-----.-------4- 353 Stephens, Patricia l.. ....---------------- 176 Stephens, Sharon Janice ...... 322,425 Stepheng, Stephanie ............ 120,194 Stephenson, David ROY ---------------- 224 Stephenson, Michele C. .............. 192 Sterling, Dwight D. .......... Sterling, Roberta Lee .... 36 1 Sternber Carol Ann .1319 Sterrett, glxflargaret Stetler, Patricia Gay ............ 192, Stevens, Barbara ....--.----.----- 1-------- 3 55 Stevens, Barton Kent .------------------- 220 Stevens, Douglas C- -----------'-------- 220 Stevens, Judith E. . .--------1--4-- 183,325 Stevens, Kenneth Eugene ------------ 343 Stevens, Mary Tavemel' ------------ 174, 413,493 Stevenson, Kathleen l.. -.-------------- 185 Stevenson, Laura lean -------- 188, 37-1, 437,443 Steward, Karen Louise ......---.1----- 310 Stewart, Cl'1al'lCS D. .,.--- ,----- 1--- 2 Z 0 Stewart, James , .......-.-.-- --,-----4-1 4 32 Stewart, John Patrick ...... .......-.,- 3 50 Stewart, June l.aVerne ...............- 314 Stewart, Linda Lou ....-.---.--,---A----- 333 Stewart, Mary Sargent ....-.-- 329,493 Stewart, Meta Jane .,......-..,--4-----4- 493 Stewart, Patricia Ann M. -,..-,------ 493 Stewart, Sharon E. ...----,-------------'-- 194 Stewart, Thomas Michael ....-------- 242 Stewart, William E., Jr- -4---------'---A 206 Stickel, Wendy Ann .......--v-----4---- 379 Stienecker, Fritzi ....-..--- ----- - ------, 3 33 Stiles, Michael Arthur .....,.. 222,352 Stillwell, Nicholas ,.,...... ......--..- 4 15 Stimmel, Don Perry ......-.-...--.--,-. Stiverson, Michael W. ............... . Stohie, Dennis George .......---.----. Stockfish, Steven James Stocking, Richard Ralph Stockmar, Sandra Lee . ............,., Stockton, Alfred Peirce ....v,.......... Stockwell, Richard Alan Stoddard, James P. ......,................ . Stoen, Vicky Linn ........ 168, 202, Smhl, Vernillyn Ella ....,...,......... Stoiber, Carlton Ray .... 161,376 Stolze, Jean Kathryn ..........,. 80, .,..339, 125 340 212 228 236 328 208 389 208 443 493 , 493 319 Stone, Andrew Leonard .............. 494 Stone, Eric Leon, Jr. ............ 349,399 Stone, James Zardus .................... 494 Stone, Patricia Jo ..........,..... 127, 494 Stone, Sanford Kenneth ............ 335 Stone, Susan Gail .......................... 180 Stopher, Karen Sue ....., 192,412,494 Storey, Barbara Ann .................... 320 Stork, Stephen Edward .............. 389 Storm, Todd Robert .................... 220 Storrs, Robert Douglas ........,....... 348 Stotelrnyer, Karen Kay ................ 355 Stovall, Charles Ransom .........,.. 240 Stovall, William Arthur ,...389, 391 Stover, Andrea .............. 327,387,494 Stow, N. V. , ..,...r...................,........ 218 Strait, Russell Craig ...................... 216 Strasbourger, Samuel, Jr. ,.......... .232 Stresen-Reuter, James ..218, 374, 376 Stretz, Steven James ...................... 220 Strickland, Cynthia W. .............,.. 361 Stroman, Alfred Lee, Ill ............ 226 Stromfeld, Judith Carol ...........,.. 328 Strong, William O., lll Stroup, Roger Kent .............,...... 230 Stroyan, Cornelia Jane ................ 310 Stuart, Allaire .,.....,...,... ........... 4 13 Stuart, John Edgar ...... .......... .3 04 Stuart, Linda Mae .......... ........r.. 4 94 Stuermer, Susan Kay Sturdevant, William N. ................ 244 Stursberg, Joanne Laird ................ 357 Stussig, Cornelia H. ...................... 198 Stutts, M, N. ...,,............. .,..,...... 1 98 Stutz, Paul David ...........,.,.......... 206 Stwalley, Allen Ray .................... 382 Stwalley, Judy Charlene ........ 325, 382 Styer, Linda Carol ,.... ................... 3 32 Sugden, Ronald Philip ........ 358, 428 Suhre, Ernest Dow ...................... 494 Suhre, William Randall ................ 335 Sullivan, Colleen Mary ................ 356 Sullivan, Jerry Stephen ............,.. .350 Sullivan, Julie Agness ..1BZ, 368, 417 Sullivan, Kay Ann ...................... 332 Sullivan, Mark Edwin ..,............. 206 Sumner, David Gordon ...,..........,. 343 Sunblade, Richard Neil .,.,....,....... 228 Sundquist, John Paul ..... ,....,....... 2 40 Sunkel, John William .............,.... 414 Sunshine, Gayle Ann ....,,,. Susman, Ben ................ ........ .......,Z0O ........232 Susman, Richard Lewis ...........----. 232 Sutschek, William F., III .... 352, 388 Simon, Diane Elaine ......Y..Y.......... 311 Swaggart, Mark Woodruff .... 415, 494 Swain, Rolland Raboin .......,......-. 441 Swain, Tom Alfred ......,............... 360 Swan, Terrill Vyrlene ,... ...........v. . .1428 Swanson, lean Elizabeth .,,.........174, Swanson, Roger Clarence ,..... -.---- 3 43 Swanson, Roy A. I.. ...4-.-.-----.---A-- 213 Swanstrom, Carl Steven .....,.,..-. 223 Swanstrom julie M. .v.......... 188,494 Swardenski, Jana Sue ..188,413,494 Swartz Darlene Fa e . ...........,Y...v 322 Swartz: Mary Ann Y .,.,,........... 436,494 Swayze, Lynn Chappell ................ 194 Swezmor, Barbara Mary ...........Y.,,. 312 Swedlund, Alan Charles .... 230,374 Sweeney, Gordon Earl ......,........... 18 Swenson, Kenneth B, .. ...... .. .,,.....349 311 Swicegood, Frances R. .....-,.-----1- A Waller, Dennis A. .......... . Swinehart, Robert Logan ............ 427 Switala, Nona Joyce ............ 192, 332 Switch, Pillsby ,....-. .-.. 2 ..-..------4----A 3 30 Symons, William L. ..., 256. 262, 264 Szabo, Karen jo ...,.........,................ 198 T Tabakoff, Boris .........,.................... 411 Tabor, Teresa Ann ...,....,..... 120,174 Taft, Oren Cargill ........1.,.-...-.,----- 216 Tagaropulos, Demetrio ...... 348,437 Taibbi, Raymond V. Fr. ...... 234,374 Taiber, Mary leaneen .................. 327 Tair, Karlheinz Herbert ...........1.. 276 Takahashi, Kuniomi .................... 428 Takaki, Alan lvlasayoshi ,,............ 206 Takamine, Cheryl Janice ............ 403 Takewell, Diane Marie ........ 91,196 Takewell, Sharon Ann ........ 196,411 Talley, Susan ,................... ........ 1 96 Tams, Margaret Lou .................,.. 190 Tanberg, Stephen Gayler ......,..... 236 Tanga, Toshiko ..............1.........-.-. 317 Taoka, Ronald William .... 335,434 Tapp, John Bethel ....1.,................. 494 Tapscotr, James F. ........................ 398 Tapscotr, Robert Edwin ................ 396 401,414,494 Tate, Dorothy Sargent ..............,. 193 Tate, Frederic, Homer S. ........,... 236 Tateyama, Eugene Yoshio ......,... 244 Tatman. Edith Madean ...... 188,494 Taylor, B. B. ........... M ....................... 184 Taylor, Barbara Grace .................... 374 Taylor, Barbara ................................ 317 Taylor, Christine P. ........ 184, 368, 390 Taylor, Dick ...................,................ 264 Taylor, Gregory Rossie ,........ 2 ....... 346 Taylor, lane Karen ....,,.. ..,..... 3 33 Ta lor Janet ...,... ..,., .... Y Taylor: Karen Eve ...,,...., Taylor, Patricia Eileen ........ Taylor, Penny .,................. XValrer, Phil Kenneth ......... Vars, lonathan Ross ............ ........383 ...,....355 ........319 . ,... ...443 Taylor, Richard Clark .................... 218 Taylor, Richard ., ...........,........ 369, 432 Taylor, Robert Donald ......,........... 350 Taylor, Robert Reed ......1... .....,,. 2 24 Taylor, Roger Lee ..,...............,....... 339 Taylor, Rosemary Gibson ............ 192, 321,443 Taylor, Terrell Filmer ................ 210 Taylor, Thomas Xvarren ..,........ 134 Taylor, Victoria Ann .... . ............. 358 Taylor, Wayne Michael ........ 334, 353 Teal, Connie Diane ,........, .....,.... 3 10 Telleen, Nancy Kay ............,....... 320 Telep, Cynthia ,loan .... 314,330 448 Tempel, Marcia Jane .......,.... 186:310 Temple, Katherine Ellen .... 319,406 Temple Martyn Collins ........... -138 Temple, Sandra Sue ........ ......,.332 192 Templeton, Pamela P. ........,...... . Templeton, Tonetre Gene ..........315 .....,,,266 Ten, Eyck Thomas W., Jr. Terr Ward Sackett .......... 226,374 .....c.428 Y Tesfaegzi, Samuel .................. Teshima, Marion Toshiko Testerman, Gerald Ivan .... 400, 494 Teter, David Clyde Thacker, Joyce Marlene Thayer, Theos, Connie Marie . Thimgan, Robin C. .... . Annette Susan Thiringer, Dennis Lee ..........434 6276. 351 ........188, 430 ......17O, 244, 374,433 Thidale, Adelard I, Jr. ,..,,.,..,... 2,494 Thomas, Charles Fred ................ 242 Thomas, Crain 1 ......r............. 224,369 Thomas, Frances Ann .................. 188 Thomas John Morgan 240. 397 . Thomas, Joseph Leigh 494 It .1 Thomas, Thomas, Karen Jean .... 327, 447, 494 .186 Katharine K. .............. . .184 Thomas, Nancy Ann .....,........,.... Thomas, Pamela ...,........,..,.....,...... 194 Thomason, David Howard .......... 230 Thompson, Betty Kay ........ 182, 438, 446,494 Thompson Bonnie Jean ............ 326 Thompson Charles W. ................ 230 Thompson, Donald Ray, 11 ........ 344 Thompson Dwight W. ..........,..... 216 Thompson Gregg Blair .............. 335 Thompson Helen Susan .,.. 198,324 Thomson, James ............,............... 234 Thompson, ,lane Howell ............ 168, 176,495 Thompson, Lewis Ronald .........,.. 275 Thompson, Pamela Ann ..........,... 321 Thompson Rex Allen ................ 348 Thompson Sharon Ann . ,...... 196 Thompson, Terry lean ................ 329 Thompson, Vicki Darlene .,........ 314, 382,419 Thompson, William E., Jr. .......... 495 Thomson, Gary Fred ...........,........ 234 Thorn, Oak ......................,.. ....... 4 27 Thorne, Wiley David ................., 234 Thornton, Ellen K. ......... ,... , ,.,. . ,325 Thorpe, Carol Lee .,... ........... 3 10 Thorsen, Berit E. ................. ....... 1 86 Thrash, Pat .,.....,....,,..,.,.,..,..,,.,,..,,,,, 97 Thurman, Ann Elizabeth .... 18,117, 311,385 Thurman, Carol Esther ...... 315, 443 Thurman, Gail Ann .......,... ,.,.. .,.. 1 9 6 Thurston, Daniel Glenn .... ,...,,., . ,351 Tice, Gary Lee ..................,,,......,.. 238 Ticleman, Carol Fay .......,,.....,....,.. 198 Tielel, Judith Pauline .......... 327,495 Tiemann, Kathleen E. ................ , .186 Tiensvold, Judith K. .,,,,...,,........., 357 Tiensvold, Sheryl Ann ..,..... 198,357 Tihon, Claude ,........ ...,..,,..,., 3 59,437 Tiller, Ronald Frank ,...... ,.,.,.,,,,.. . 234 Tilton, Patricia Ann ,.....,...... ,..,., . 321 Timm, Carroll Lee ........................ 436 Timmermeister, William ............ 222 Timon, Clay Scott ...... 224,253,400 Tipperr, Cherie Dillon ................ 495 Tipps, George Kelly ...............,,...., 218 Tipton, Anne Raleigh .........,,,,,,.., 311 Tisdel, Richard Phillip ........ 212,439 Tisone, Sue Elaine ...r.r,..,,............. 192 Tisone, Victor Paul .......,...... 240,292 Titus, Richard Gael ,.... ................. 2 06 Tjornhom, joan Lo Rae ...... 174,443 Todd, Hilary Anne ..,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 327 Todd, John Joseph ..............,.,....... 240 Todd, Marilyn Edith .,,,,,,,,,,, 174,320 Toelle, Ruth Louise ,,..,,..........,..... 174 Toevs, James Waldo ..,.....,..,...,,,,, 433 Tolancl, Edward Dale, Ill .,...,,,.,,, 210 Tollefson, Roland W. .......... 336, 495 Tomasovic, Nina Ann .,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 328 Tompkins, Jay Bruce .................... 495 Tompkins, Kenneth Ray ......,...., 415 Toneman, Barbara E. .......,..,......... 190 Tonopolslcy, Roger Scott .... 232,403 Tool, Stephen Charles ...,.,,..,,,,,,, 234 Tooley, Day Clilford ............ 402,495 Torbet, John Randolph ...... 242, 430 Tormey, Leslie Diane .,...,, , ,,,...,.. 332 Tornstrom, Robert E. .... 351,388,394 Torpy, Richard Donald ................ 334 Toston, Louise Ladley .........,........ 325 Towne, Carol .........,...................... 186 Townsend, John Wallace ............ 206 Townshend, Cynthia Bey .... 196,333 Tozer, James Michael .........,........ 495 Tracy, Kathleen lone ................. Tracy, Phyllis Ann ....................... Trainor, Lou Anne ...... 312,396, Trankle, Jean Burnell ................. Tranrham, Carey Edward ........... Traudt, Robert Philip ...r.. Treat, Ward ,ladwin ...... Tresnalc, Joseph Michael Trevor, Benjamin David Triebswetter, Leah K. ..............., . .356 .357 436 .328 ,348 .216 .364 .234 .234 .333 .341 Triguero, Colleen ......................... Trimble, Gretchen Lee ............... Triolo, Jeanne Arm .............. 190, Trip, Linda Lucille ..................... Triplett, Thomas A. ....242, 344, Tripple, Georgia Kay ................... Trott, Steven Reynold ..... Trowbridge, James ........... Trowbridge, Karen J. ...... . Trower, Stephen Jackson ......, .... Truax, Samuel Jesse ............ Trujillo, John Andrew . ........ . Truijillo, Otoniel loe ............ 763' Trumbo, Kirby lan ..... ....... Tse ng, Fu Mei ...... . Tuck, Marla .... 1 .332 314 .332 388 .184 .208 ,214 .188 .338 .405 .359 411 .495 .428 .432 Tucker, Carol Louise Tucker, Carol Lynne . Tucker, Frank George E. Tulley, Alice Hannah Turecek, Sandra Lynn Turechek, Barbara Jean Turk, Eugene Richard Turk, John Walter ..... Turken, Kean Rae ..r....... Turner, Barbara .............. Turner, Charles Terry .. Turner, David ,lack 'mliial ..198 112, 495 414 495 448 ......350, .,....230, 495 Turner, Henry Grey ...................... 18 Turner, Marsha Lee .... 174, 355, 430 Turner, Pamela Lee ............ 184,407 Turner, William Andrea ............ 390 Turnquist, Kathleen L. ................ 176 Turtle, joel Stuart .......... .,........ 2 46 Twaddle, Michele Ann .. Tweto, John Halvor Twinem, Jane Alison ,. ........... 317 319 .....,.,..174, Tyler, Lance Hart ........................ 343 Tyler, Randall Russell .................. 236 Tyner, james Henry ............ 396,407 Tyner, Ronald Sidney .................. 340 Tyus, Sherill Ann .......... .......... 3 14 U Ugrin, Tanya Mary .............. 198,374 Uhlenhopp, Sandra Sue ..........,... 311 Uihlein, Reven Archer ................ 314 Ulam, Claire A. ............................ 186 Ulbrich, Roger Horst .... 400, 402,412, 415,495 Ulmer, Ioan Elizabeth Unarin, Enid Hermaine .............,.. 333 Unbehaun, John Robert .......,.... Underwood, Michael K. .............. 212 N351 Upchurch, Gary Eugene .. U devraff, Janice Maule .... 312 P ls Upham, Thomas Ferguson Urbach, lerry Lee ...................... .... 4 95 Urevig, Judith Ann ...... 184,253 495 Urone, Paul Peter ................ 240 V Vadala, julia Ann ,..... 117, 120, 438 ..234 Vail, Virginia Anne .... ...... Vair, Larry Leroy ........ .. Vahrenwald, jack Duane .. Vale 'i Rosa Mercedes . gz., .. . .. .. Valent, James Alfred .......... Valicenti, Michele R. ......... . Vallieres, Carol joy .............. Valls, Bartie Curtis ...... ...... Vanatta, Dean Ray ................ Van Bergen, Adriane ........,... Van Camp, Mira Pace ........ Vance, james Shelton ........ Vance, Margaret Lyn ........ ,. Vancini, Francis Edward ...... Vandapool, Richard Knox .. Vancla pool, V. Nichole ........ Van Den Heuvel, Carol L. Van Der Veen, Paul D. ..... . Vandervelde, David A. ..... . Vander Wal, Marilyn J. ..... . r v i v v .360 436 289 430 182, 495 495 .,..,...196 .,......3S9 ..42S 414 ..lS2 202, 333 H495 355 236, ISS 1 v ..1Z5 412 ........32S 495 385 495 H224 186 ..,.....32S 352 230 1762 1 .....,..328 .,.,....1S8 liili' 350, 441 ........23O 501 ........411 ........321 Van Dusen, Elizabeth B, Van Dusen, Richard W. Van Dyke, Steven John ..,... Van Gundy, Sheryl ............., Van Liere, David Eugene .. Van Peenan, Judith .......... Van Valkenbudg, Frank ...... Van Veen, Richard C. .. Vanzwoll, Kathryn Grace .... Vargas, Victor Leo .......... Varian, Sharon Rose ...... Varner, Judith Nadine ., Varney, Eric Albert .............. Varney, Peter .................. 18, ...,.,..264 292 ........196 357 401 Varra, Annette Yvonne ........ 419 418 Vasquez, Edward M. .... 338, Vaughan, Christopher K. Vaughn, Janna Beth ............ Vau hn immie B ron iz . J v -- Vaughn, Karen Parker .......... Vaughn, Kris , ............... .. Veale, John Paul .................. Vellenga, Peter Jarrett: Velliquette, Richard T. Venzon, Sandra Maria Verdin, Virginia Brooks ...... Ver Lee, Donna Marie Verma, Akhileshwar P. Vermillion, Dale T. ........... . Veto, Kenneth Henry .......... Vetter, Amy Marie ............ .......,364 ........335 403 497 1 ........210 325 ...,....24O ........1S4 .......,375 ........345 ........238 222 352 n ........41S ........497 ...,....194 ........428 403 Zia" Vetter, Robert Anthony ...... 214 497 497 Vickery, Donald james ................ 216 Vigil, David Charles .................... 244 426 497 Vileid, Arne Vilhelm .... 428, Villcpigue, Anne Marie ...... 196i 359 Vincent, james Hamilton .... 228,497 Vincent, Nancy j:an..86,87, 190,497 Vincenr, Parricia D, .......,..... ...... . 174 Vineyard, Robert John .....,.......... 441 Vinson, Bobbye lune .......... 324,437 Vinyarcl, ,loan Elissa ....... ......... 3 26 Vitretow, Lee Thomas Vodehnal, Gary Allen Vodian, Ronald Hugh ..,....,.222 352 Vodrazka, Linda Lee ............ 180, Volc, Nell Eleanor ............. Volk, Phillip Edward .... 240, .237, Volpe, Edward Leslie ........., 338, Volts, Hallie Deering .,.. 174, 316, Voorhees, Patricia Ann , ..... 184, 232 315 352 348, 443 439 424 497 180 Vos, Nancy Ann ...........,................ Vosburgh, Sandra Gay .,,.. 368 .168, 196, 385,497 Voss, Henry Logan, lr. ............ ,... 2 36 Voss, Matilda Lynne ......,... 198,374 Voute, joan Cecile ..... ...........i, 3 26 W Waaclcland, Haalcon Waadeland, Ruth .... ....,.,..426 .........426 Waasrlorp, Sally Louise ...,.,...... 186, 440 374, Wada, Hiroyuki .....,............,.....,... 428 Wacldick, ,lack Bernard ......,.......,. 398 Wadclill, Molly lrene .....,..........,... 188 Wadclington, William J. .... 410,497 Wade, Russell Scott .................... 432 230 VC'adsworth, David Todd ......,,,,.. Waclsxvortli, Leslie E. .................i.. 176 Waguener, Conrad Daniel .......,.. 208 XVaggener, Samuel Scott ............ 349 Waggener, james Currie .... 212, 298 Wagh, Vijaykumar M. ..244,401,42S Wagner, Donald Vifayne .... 208, 442 Wagner, Donna Lee ,.......... .l82, 497 Wagiier, Firth ..............,...,............. 428 Wagner, Lawrence Albert .,.. ,,.... 2 38 Warmer, Madelyn Ilene ..,,.... 332,406 Wagtier, Martha Lynn 383 497 Wagtier, Samuel Albin M. ., , XValil, Elizabeth Ann ,.....,..... ...,.... 3 24 Wfahl, Richard Wilbur .....,.....,,,,, 334 Wahlmeier, William R. .........,...... 441 Wahrlich, Tracy Xllfilliam ..,....... 224 Wakasugi, Francis, lr. .......,......,... 431 Wakefield, Barbara Sue , ,.......,328 340 Wakefield, Edward ,lohn ,............. Wakefield, ,lanice M. ...... . 314 Walcher, Kern Ray ......,.. ......... 2 28 Wtilclili, Gail Kathryn ........,......... 188 Walden, Karen Rae ..,.................,, 190 Waldo, Mary Lou ........ 192,411,497 Walker, Donald Robert' ...,..,. 397, 497 XValker, Garnetic F. .................... 333 Walker, Henry Pickering ..........., 218 NValker, luclirh Lee .........,.... 324,379 Walker, Sandra Lee ...........,........ 333 Walker, Wayne Edward ...,.......... 497 Walklinu, Carlotta F. ,..............,i. 180 Wall, Edward Kenneth ...,,.......,... 348 Wall, Gerald Allen .......,.,., , .,,.,..,., 230 Wall, Larry Howard .................... 336 Wallace, Diane Marie ................ 312 Wzillzice, Joanne S. ...... 194 355,430 Wallace, john Richard ..............., 242 Wallace, ludirh Anne ...... ,...,.. ..... 3 2 2 Wallace, Lary Lind ......... ......... 2 18 Wallace, Michael Ray ....,...,,.,...... 335 Vfallcy, ,lohn Joseph ....... .........364 ..,......220 Walli:er, Barbara Lee .................. 184 317 Walljasper, Trudy Ann ....... 180, Wallner, Margaret' Susan ............ 310 NValsh, ,lohn Michael .................. 210 Walter, Jacqueline Lucy W'alter, Susan Cheryl ..,, ..... .........383 ,,......,19O Walters, Joanne Ruth ................ 202 O 448 Walters, Mary Ellen .......... ..18 , Walther, Christopher K. ........... ,208 Walton, Stan .....................,,.......,. 280 280 Walton, Starr .1 ......,...................... . Walton, Terry Michael ................ 448 Wambaugh, Nancie lean Wandel, Leslie Stephen ....,....198 497 NVaples, ,lannes Jenifer ........ 196, Warlwerg, Carla Marie .....,.......... 439 Warburton, Lila .................. Ward, Margaret E. ............ . ..........316 196 497 - 1 Ward, Martha Louise . ........... 18,190 Wardwall, john Gillette Wardwell, Judith ........................., 190 Wardwell, Willizim F. .....,.......... 346 Wares, Sharen Lee ......... Z Warner, David Hunt ......,........... 497 Warner, Williams Robert Edwards ..., Warner, Warner, Warner, Warner, Elizabeth S. ........... . ........497 Gail Ann ...................... 378 Gwen Sutherland .,....A, 184, 317, 413, 428 Janie Shirley ................., 176 Lawrence Hollis .... Warnock, Margaret Ann Warnock, Willard Kearns .... Warren, Warren, Warren, Warren, Warren Judith Ann ..,......... Marilyn Carole .... Michael Errol Robert Stephen ...... .236, .403, Warshalsky, Myra ................ Warwick, Elizabeth M. ....... . .184 326 497 ........425 186, 314 238, 497 ........180 326, 402 ........242 ........497 ....,...374 316 178, 202, 497 Wasem, R. W. ....,......,..........,....... 230 Washington, Alice E. ,..,,..... 317,497 Washington, Harold L. ....,... 266,383 Watada, Robert Yoicki ...... 434,497 Watanabe, Roy Takashi ...... 402,497 Waters, Donald Edward ............ 404 Waters, Marguerite E. ........ 188,196 Watkins, Jerry Seyle .................... 264 Watson, Eva Melissa i.... ........... 1 94 Watson, James Clyde ..,....... .497 Watson, James Ney ...r.................. 339 Watson, Jane Elizabeth ...... 184,316 Watsom, June Paul D., 11 ........ 351, 388, 391 Watson, Keith Elwood ................ 442 Watts, Karen .......... r............. 1 96,314 434 499 310 206 275 208 355 125 319 428 499 ........220 499 499 208 499 224 329 339 339 186 234 228 395 Watts, Patricia Susan ..., . .... .357, 382 Weakley, Mary Katherine .,........ 359 Weatherly, Thomas Lee .........,..., 360 Weathers, Edward Eugene ........276 Weaver, Cynthia Jean ........ 198,310 Weaver, Elizabeth Ann..320, 406,419 Weaver, John Walter .................. 441 Weaver, Kenneth Linn ................ Webb, Anthony Allan ....r........... Webb, Virginia Jean .... 324, 406, Weber, Eunice Oma .................... Weber, Fred Joe ............................ Weber, Gloria Jean ...r.................. Webster, Kirwin Shedd .............. Webster, Robert Edward ............ Weckbaugh, John Kernan Weed Arthur Henr .................. 1 Y Weese, Kae Katleen ......... . .... .... . . Wegner, Larry Ray ...r.................. Weidner, Gale Thorpe..264, 266, Weidner, Walter Dean ........ 407, Weidum, Mary Judith .,.............. Weigand, Deanna Kay ................ Weigel, Anne Dacy ...................... Weightman, -Donald Chris Weiker, Leslie Anne .................... Weimer, Margaret Anne .............. Weimer, Marvin Le Roy ............ Weinber ane Ann g. J ------h---4- Weingart, Gail Claire ...,... Weingarth, Frederick C. ...r....... . Weinreich, Steven Brent .........,.. 200 Weinreich, Vicki Jean ........ , Weinstein, Janice Lee ........ 178, Weinstein, Stephen A. ...,.r......... . Weinstock, Barbara E. ............... . Weiristock, Stephen P. ............. . Weisbly, Gary ................................ Weiss, Amy Ellen ............r......... Weiss, Arthur Thomas, Jr. Weiss, Dorothy Miriam Weissenbach, Linda N. IIIIQQi56,' Weissman, Lynn Ellen ..,..,....... Weith, James Douglas ................ 334 234 425 326 216 325 222 334 208 497 325 351 291 497 419 309 198 222 360 190 497 178, 375 178 497 232 321 316 497 200 232 232 314 218 178 497 178 339 310 497 497 188 332 Welch, Jacque Ann .................... Welch, Kathleen Ann ........ 180, Wellein, Patricia Ann ......l........... Wellein, Winifred Alice ............ Weller, Jocelyn Cheryl ................ Welles, Stanley William ............ 402 Wells, Dale Vlfarner ........l........... 338 Wells, Leslie Anne .............. 186,394 Wells, Sharleen Avon ...r............ 198 Wells, William Albert .....,.. 230,400 Welsh, Donald E. .......................- 343 Welsh, Linda Jeanne .................... 343 Welshimer, Barbara Lynn ............ 437 Wendt, Nancy Russell ........ Wennesland, Jan Martin .... ,428 345 Wenrich, Thomas Joseph Wentworth, Elizabeth A. Werner, Connie Jean .............l.... 174 Wershkul, Judith Carol..117, Werthan, Susan Diane ................ Wertheimet, Robert lra ................ Wertz, Patricia Joy ................ 442, 401 361 497 Werth, Sarah Louise ............ 188,321 178 246 497 220 Wertz, Royal Francis, Jr. ........... . Works, Patricia Ann ............ 194 , 443 Wesselman, Henry B., Ill West, West, West, West, West, West, West, West, West Aubrey Dwight .. M2231 Bob ....................... . .......... . Carol Grace ......... . Caroly Ann .......... Judi Ann .............. Patricia Marchand Robert Bruce ......... ............ Robert Everett ................. Warren Robert .. Westlerberg, James Frank Westerberg, Katharine J. 7357, Westerberg, Virginia ................... Westergaard, Richard C. Westergard, Susan S. ........... . Westervelt, Judith E. N. Whalen, Wheary, Wheeler, Wheeler 240, 176, John Francis ..........,.... Eugene Patrick Jacqueline ................... Janis Lee ........... .... ...... Wheelerz Wheeler, Wheel Joe Bingaman Michael Gary er, Sarah Hoyt .... Wherry, Robert Allen, Jr. Whitaker, Susan Pearl .. Whitbeck, John M., Jr. .. White, White White White: White White White White White: White i Alan Emmett ,... Carolyn Louise .. Jackie Lee .......... Janice Marie ...... , Karen Jane .......... Karen Kay .......... Nancy Jean ........ Robert Babcock iss 194 Thomas Lentz .......... William Wallace Whitehouse, Robert P. ....... . Whitehouse, Shelby Ann Whitescarver, Susan D. Whitfield, Glenn T., Jr. Whitlow, William B., Jr. Whitman, Judith Rae .......... Whitman, Lynn Reynolds M351 .fffiili 77156, n .428 497 .276 .202 .198 .188 .442 .350 .401 .216 240, 497 .327 .413 346 316 .497 .216 .224 .316 .321 .276 .208 .359 .340 .327 .440 ,346 440 497 .176 .196 .448 .230 .334 353 .186 315 .404 .230 401 .355 Whitney, Cynthia Farley ............ 497 Whitney, Gary Shannon .... 212,497 Whitten, Chrisjean C. ................ 497 Whyel, Adelaide Davison ........ 498 Whyte, George Alexander .......... 336 Wiberg, Curtis Paul .................... 113 Wickersham, Diane ............ 198,374 Wickwire, Betty Diane Widdifield, Karen Kay Wickwire, Betty Diane Widdifield, Karen Kay Wieben, Janice Ruth ....... Wiendl, Mary Jane ............ 176, 322 176,322 Widdows, Eleanor Jane .............. Widmar, Jacqueline ............ 309 515 v .326 448 .186 437 Wier, Sharon Lynne ..... ............... 4 98 Wieselmann, Karen Anne .......... 321 Wiest, Terry ................. ........... 2 34 Wiggins, Helen Carol .......... 192 , 320 Wighton, David James . ..... 283,286 Wilcox, Karen Louise ............ ...... 4 98 Wilcox, Stanley Waters ................ 220 Wild, James Alfred .................... 346 Wilde, Elizabeth Dalbey ............ 311 Wilde, Frank Delwin .................... 391 Wilde, Marilynn Carol ................ 176 Wilder, Janet ................................ 437 Wilderson, Paul Wendell A ........... 228 Wiley, Karen Lee .......................... 188 Wilhelm, Marilyn P. ......... ....... . 196 Wilke, Joanne Marie .......... .328 Wilkin, Donald Karl .................... 383 Wilkins, Hepburn Baker .... 224,388 Wilkinson, Francis X., Jr. .... 240,346 Wilkinson, Sharon Ann ...... 188,315 Willeke, Roger Lee ...................... 228 Willems, Richard Graham ........,. 234 Willette, Marilyn Jein . ..... ..321,406 Williams, Barbara Lynn ...... 198,385 Williams, Bette V. .......i................ 321 Williams, Dorothy Wendy .... 196,498 Williams, Gail Kathleen .............. 190 Williams, George Davis .... 244,498 Williams, George Kent .,,............. 437 Williams, Gerald Lloyd ....... ....... 2 36 Williams, Gretchen Ann ............ 317 Williams, Gwen Metrily ........., ..16S, 194 385,498 Williams, James Russell .............. 212 Williams, Joan Ann ........r........... 315 Williams, Jo Ann .. .... ....... 4 98 Williams, Jo Anne ...................... 319 Williams, Lynn Louise .......,........ 182 Williams Nancy Kaye..184, 390,498 Williams, Neil ........ ............. A ..382, 428 Williams, Randolph T. ................. 352 Williams, Williams, Williams, Ronald Oscar . Williams, Richard Davis ......,i.... Robert L., Jr ............. Sidney 1. ........ ffffffff on, Anne Baird ....... NVilliamson, Diana Jean Williamson, Jo Ann .................... Williamson, Peter Dike ................ Willis, Carol Jean ............... Willis, Carol Lee ............... Willis, Katherine Allen ....... Willis, Melanie Ann ......... Willoughby, Jeanne M. ...,.. . Wills, John Bennett ..... .. Wills, Richard A., Jr. ........ . Wilmore, James Alfred Wilner, Lizabeth M. .......... . Wilson Anne Louise ..... y Wilson, Colette Louise Wilson, Elizabeth Anne ....... Wilson, George Richard ....... Wilson, Gilbert ..................... Wilson, Judith Melissa ......... .333, .334, .188, .413, 351 339 498 329 347 180 317 339 198 406 443 360 381 .........236 338 346 320 332 320 180 411 498 .........359 382 234 192 319 498 Wilson, Karen Regina ............ 309, Wilson, Martin Scott ...................... Wilson, Mary Stewart ...............,.... Wilson, Maxine Patricia ................ Wilson, Melinda Jean .................... Wilson, Nancy Ann ...... 188, 356, 375 Wilson, Nancy Carolyn ................ 361 Wilson Robert ................................ 246 Wilson, Warren Grant .................. 344, 371, 414 Wilson, William Arthur ............ 220 Wilson, William Wheeler .... 388, 390, 394,498 Wimbush, Grant Robert .............. 226 Winchester, Carol Jo ........ 110, 190, 368, 413 Wing, Linda Carmen .......... 324,442 Wing, Marjorie Anne ........ 176,325 Wing, Susan Jean ........................ 322 Wingerter, Janice Ruth ....... Wingfield, Jane Lindsey ..... Wingfield, Judy ................... Winn, Jorja Lee ................... Winograd, Barry Myles ,...... Winter, Charles Arthur ..... .........184 .194, 309 316, 398 .........232 .........220 ,........234 .........l92 .........178 498 Wirn, Stephen Earl ..... Wisbrun, Jan ............ . Wise, Daryl Lynne ..... .,.... Wise, Henry John ............... Wise, John Charles .........,. Wise, Linda Jean .,.....,,...... Wise, Richard Allen ........... Wise, Thomas Robert . .... .. Wisenbaker Steven W. .238, .238, 374 .l86, 437 .........398 .339, 498 .........230 Wisgerhof, Paul Randall .........,.. 498 Wisneski, Judith Ann ................ 309 Wissmiller, Roger W. .......... 261,264 Wither, John Robert .................... 379 Withington, Robert P., Jr. .... 441,498 Witte, Warren Arthur ........ 339,398 Witten, Anne Rubicam .............. 361 Witter, Jack Proctor ............ 224,351 Wittmayer, Mary Jane ................ 328 Wofford, James C. ................ 240,369 Wohlferr, Elfrieda L. ....,............. 498 Wolf, Lynn Kristine .................... 186 Wolf, William Wadsworth .240, 430 Wolfe, Elizabeth Dee ......,,.,....,... 190 Wolfe, John Clement ..389, 394, 391 Wolff, Anita Marie ...................... 314 Wolff, Constance .......................,.. 309 Wolfle, Jane Allen ,.,.... .........., 4 98 Wolfson, Lynn Merry ..,,...,,,,,,,..., 309 Wollrab, James C., Jr. ................ 226 Wolters, Judith Louise . ........... 498 Wong, William Louis .................. 407 Wood, Barbara Nan .................... 176 Wood, Elizabeth Janet ........ 194,321 Wood, Judith Elaine ............ 320,406 Wood, Katherine Allen ................ 310 Wood, Mericleth Wells ................ 498 Wood, Robert Gillies .................. 499 Woodford, Pamela Lyn ............., 184 Woodhall, Virginia Alma .... 198,439 Woodruff, Terry Michael .....,.... 240 Woodrum, Worth Thomas Woods, Gary Allen ....,........ XVoodward, Mark F. .......... . Nlfloodworth, Martha K. .... . Wooley, Robert Joseph ....... Woolley, Jan Roxine ......... ........400, 437, 443 .361, Woolley, Miriam Anne ........,...,. Xlflork, Stephen Walter ....... Works, Judith Lou ...... 117, Works, Leslie .......,.,,,.,,.,.,,,,, Worley, Cheryl Ann ........... 224 236 499 ......l.,396 328 442 214 194, 499 .....,...198 .324, 439 Worth, Worthi . -... Jan Philip ........................ 339 334 ngton, Roy H., 111 Wostenberg, Walter Earl ....216, ....402, 412 Wrenn, John .................................. 127 Wrenn, Richey Jane .................... 194 Wright, Beverly June .................. 425 Wright, Charles Allen ........ 236,499 Wright, Chip ................................ 170 Wright, Diane N. ................ 192,430 Wright, Elizabeth R. .................... 499 Wright, Mary Jane ................ 356,499 Wright, Rosamond Page .............. 310 Wright, Ruth Ellen ...................... 379 Wright, Virginia Diane ................ 499 Wright, William S. ,......... .... 2 24,351 Wright, Willis J., Jr. ............ 240,359 Wuergler, Michael Lewis .... 224,253 Wygant, Linda Kay ...................... 326 Wyse, Vivien Philipp .................. 499 Y Yafuso, Takashi .......... .........i.... 4 28 Yager, Danne Kay ............i... 403 Yamada, Gerrick Tetsuo .... Yamaka, Elizabeth H. ......... . Yamato, Robert Kazunori .... Yamrick, Barbara Joanne .... Yarbrough, Larry Nathan 33iiiQ'431 431, Yarlott, Melvin A., Jr. ,,..,.......... . Yates, Morgan ............ ...... . .......,,,,, . Yeager, Charlene . ........................... Yeager, John McKinney Yeager, Jonell .........,.,.,.,,,.,,, iaiif Yearnes, Kenneth J. ................. Yeoman, Thomas O. .........,. . Yetzbacher, Charles Lee .... Yoder, Norman Earl ............ Yonders, Anne Goodale Yonkers, William F. ........... . 234, 195, liiiif York, Judith Dianne .... 327, York, Richard John .............. Yoshida, Mitsu ............,.....r.,. Youn, Jun 1-lwan .......... Young, Bonnie Dea ....... Young, Carol Anne ...... Young, David Keith .................... Young, Gary Alan ............,........... Young, James David ,.........., 224, Young, Karen Ann ....., ......,,,,,,,, 1 76 Young, Kathleen Ann ........ 180,310 Young, Leslie Ann ,.,.......,,,,,,,,,,,, 312 Young, Linda Darlene ..,...........,, 327 Young, Mary Elizabeth..190, 390,499 Young, Patricia Carol ,,,.,,,,,.,,..,,,, 333 Young, Robert ....,........,,..,..,,,,.,,.,,,, 339 Young, Sandra Eve .,............., 184, 374 Yuhas, Janis Kae ...... ,,....,,,,,,,. 4 37 Z Zacheis, David Warden .... 388, 390, 410,414,499 Zaharias, David Layne ..,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,, 266 Zahn, Regina Helen ...,..,,,.,.......,, 321 Zahoudanis, James D. ,,,,,,,.........,, 242 Zapf, James Fred .......... ......,.,,. 3 58 Zarini, Celeste Marie ..,.., .,,,,,,,,,, 1 96 Zavelle, Alexandra S. ...... ........332 Zeigler, David Lee .......,,, .,..,.,.,,, 2 92 Zelinger, Stanley H. ...................... 415 Zelson, Philip Richard ................ 246 Zeniuk, Jerry ..............,...........,,.,.,.. 345 Zeniuk, Nikola .,,,.,,,..,.,.,...,,..,,,,,,,, 222 Zeppelin, Howard Myron ............ 232 Zerba, Dale Lee ...........,..,,.,,,,,,,,,., 226 Zietz, Joan Marie B. ..................,. 355 Zimbelman, Harold Frank .... 402,499 Zimmer, John M. . ......................... 346 Zimmerman, Dorothy Jean ........ 334 Zimmerman, Frederick C. .......... 236 Zimmerman, Judy Kay ................ 328 Zimmerman, Linda ...................... 198 Zimmerman, Shirley Joan .,.......... 314 Zimmerman, Thomas F. ................ 226 Zimonick, Bonnie Ann ................ 198 Zinn, Donald Blevins ...... ..,......,. 2 26 Zinn, Henry 1-latold .............,...... 398 Zinn, Martin, III ................., 398,499 Zinn, Mary Elizabeth ...............l.. 315 Zipp, John Edward ...................... 294 Zitz, Carol Ann .........................,.. 180 Zoller, Anne Esther ............ 178,320 Zoller, John Emmet .................... 222 Zuckerwar, Richard Jay ..,......... 232, 369,439 Zulu, Justine Bevin .,,................r.. 104 Zurstadt, Barbara F. .................... 499 Zurstadt, Donald Henry .............. 499 Zwerling, Peter Willia ,............... 246 519 -H--141. l Ng.-fa . W --asm l- 4--x.,4,,,-L ,-, ,inn-..z The day after the night before . . . Editor Nance with his indispensables - Joan Crosbie and Judy Works. the best in the biggest package 1964 . . . a big year for the University, and in conse- quence, the largest Coloradan ever published to record this year's events. The editorial staff sincerely hopes that their efforts created not only a catalogue of memories, but an artistic expression of the setting, events, and perf sonalities which set this year apart from others. For the staff, the year will long be remembered. During the first week of production the editor attended a con- vention in New York, and his leaderless subordinates warmed their desks and became acquainted. After this initial halting start, things "got rolling," and the fast pace didn't let up until the dreaded evening of April 6, final deadline time. It is hard to end something so many people have put so much into. But three people, Joan Crosbie, Judy Works, and Peter Hartley, deserve special mention because they put their hearts and souls in the 1964 Coloradan. Their enthusiasm and spirit are reflected in every page of the book. Without them, this book would still be a dream. A special note of thanks goes to efficiency expert - secre- tary-morale booster, Francie Green. Her ability to do any job well saved many a deadline. The backbone of the color section consists of the 5 x 7 color transparencies taken by Richard Jones, and many of the other outstand- ing photographs were generously donated by John Spindf TYPOGRAPHY: Heads, 24 and 18 pt. Fencerg Body type, 12 pt Goudy on 14 pt. slug, Senior, S pt. Goudyg Picture captions, 10 pt. Goudyg Division pages, 48 pt. Raven. SPECIAL CREDITS: Wheelwright Lithographing Company, Salt Lake City, Utah, Publisher. ler. Managing Editor Craig Penfold didnft make an appearance until late in the year, but his assistance in making the final deadline was invaluable. Much of the credit for the book's success goes to the dill gent and unheralded section editors. Jim Pulver kept tab on CU sports and brought to life the Athletics sectior Two of the most difficult sections, Organizations ani- Seniors, were ably managed by Chris Hull and Am Thurman. Martha Ward and Sara Nance Ca little nep tism, perhaps?J did a fine job on Greeks, and the Res dence section is exceptional due to the efforts of Jud Brown and her assistant, Penny Coleman. Steve Crocke- and Diane MacCornack worked efliciently to produc an eye-pleasing Royalty section, Christy Kirkpatrick so a record pace with her section, and Gail Spaller spenn Spring vacation recuperating from her usual crash pro gram on the Index section. Much credit goes to Cind McCormick, who managed to get stubborn photogran phers and unorganized groups to the same place at t same time. Business Manager Julie Vadala and her a sistant, Chris Barr, were successful in averting Hnanci chaos and saving enough for a successful "office party. The '64 staff was a pleasure to work with. Although mo were inexperienced in the beginning, their final perfor ances exhibited maturity, creativity, and humor. Man thanks . . . Sincerely, dlpgfcc- Editor-in-Chief COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Frank Johnston - pp. 2, 9, 20, 213 Peter Hartley- pp. 3, S, 1 25, 84, 166, 167, 306, 307, Richard Jones - endsheets, pp. 5, 7, 14, 15, 16, 24, S55 Paul Danish-p. 55 John Spindler-p 10, 11, 96, Curt Dendinger-pp. 13, 250, 2515 Floyd Walt - pp. 130, 1313 Bob Koropp - pp. 366, 367, 450, 451. v rl-1 . w.",c H. X V'- znrf- v ' 1 ' 4-',,. ,H ' .ig-1 I . ..- ?' 1 4 -. 7 .4 Aff' U. 4 V V ,.-' - I 3 I :ft fl. .1 .P f Y"- - f1?iZQ?4't4i 71i'H'ff1. 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