University of Colorado - Coloradan Yearbook (Boulder, CO)

 - Class of 1966

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It brought 3000 freshmen, bewildered, ecstatic, eager and fearful - a mass of human IBM numbers, yet each with hopes, beliefs and goals that formed an identity far greater than a student whose name began with "from J-K." What each would make of the universi- ty experience - and what the univer- sity would make of each of them - could not be tabulated by machine or sorted according to number. I, 1 A -. ,xi A I is Q I ' 141 f ' W Q Qg 'iff-'S ' .f QM Q 'S--..-Q. J 0.5 x 'GT X K -M 5, ,gf 51. .v- 'F 1 ,J ' H I r ' 5 ,gif 'P -1 4 1 .' 'r ,ig fd 1 I Jfirfi f' .-'. '15 Yugi' 4 5 . Q: " 'r sf: :Li -,glff , 1 P " 3447 E 1, ,ig . I 4 'W . . 'W' ,Q .-,' Kali :' 'FQ-if fw- AA 5iE?d2E 143,12 .-1 N, 13511 ru -1 , . Wgis, 1 MW' xref V f A-33? "I" Q Q gras '11 Q. fi -A-... -- ww X if ,Wu uf J umc lawn replaced by fountains Students returned to a busily expanding campus, familiar and changing. Five major building projects had been com- pleted and occupied during the last year. 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W Av W 4 pf'-1,:L,- Lara? , Xl v "'-P: A. n. , ,HZ 5 f mx 11 . 4. - L- L , f W 1 'J.. fir! -If-E53 'JV 1 i'i1gn'f' 5x ff, 1254554 yy'-Q fsaszsff ' V qi my ',,, volunteers begin 'clearing house' To many this will be remembered as the year that words like "unrest," "involvement," "activism," and "commitment" became more than cliches. A project called the Clearing House took form this fall as an organization of student volunteers who worked with Boulder social agencies. Model- ed after programs at Harvard and Columbia Uni- versities, it provided a link between students who wanted to help and local groups needing volun- teer aid. - Tired of mere words, these students eagerly em- braced active involvement. ln the first smile of a retarded child, in gaining the confidence of a juvenile delinquent or a released mental patient, in the frustration and joy of tutoring a high school drop-out, "education through experience" took on meaning for them. It was a year of transition in many areas. The "new image" of AWS became more than an empty phrase. For the first time junior as well as senior women had keys to their living units so that they could come and go as they wished. Hearing committees were advisory groups rather than boards of punishment, and women were finally allowed to take extension of hours in special situations. These rule changes, passed by women students in the fall, embodied a philoso- phy giving more responsibility to the individual. lt was the year for a "new image" for the Greeks, too. The notorious "Danielson proposal" caused a furor among fraternities and sororities when it was introduced last spring and passed in the fall. Designed to eliminate discrimination, it gave Greek organizations six years to establish autono- my in their selection of members. Though its aim was to relieve local Greeks from national pressure, it threatened to force them off campus. To combat the proposal, Greeks con- tributed money in unison to hire a lawyer and at- tended special meetings and Regents' meetings as a group. '11 A new approach to protest gained momentum at CU last spring. Begun as a reaction to the Viet Nam war, the "teach-in" became a vital part of education - an unprejudiced forum for all points of view, reaching beyond books and classes. ln October, the Civil Liberties Teach-in was held to vindicate past teach-ins. lt arose out of the controversy stirred up when the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee CSISSD, under the leader- ship ot Senator Thomas Dodd of Connecticut, linked CU teach-ins with "communistic" pro- tessors. Two thousand students came, intent on defend- ing their university and their beliefs. Dodd's re- traction of the charges of communism was a victory not only for CU but tor free thought and discussion. The concept of the "teach-in" formed a model for the "Bitch-in on the Multiversityf' planned 'teach-ins' followed by accusatio 40 , " : :,Eg?Ia?.F7x7l"t to give cill concerned students o chonce to voice their discontent ond to provide gools tor positive oction on student problems. With no plonned speokers or ogendo, the bitch- in focused on the studeritg ond three thouscind responded. ln spite ot o few comploints obout dorm food ond toilet poper, they showed ci genu- ine concern over issues such os whether they were being tought to think or merely getting ci job ticket. Mony deplored the money spent f communism at cu on othletic scholorships ond the UMC foun- toin rother thon on better teochers ond closs- rooms. A doy Ioter, vocol concern become octive pro- test. Not sotistied with bitching cibout the quolity of educotion they wonted, 200 students morched on the Colorodo legislciture to protest o budget cut of two million dollors -- money they felt vitcilly needed for clossrooms ond pro- tessors. 41 42 J 1 ...pmo- noon becomes hour of debate Even lunch time at the University lost its lazy quality and became an hour of de- bate and discussion. The UMC Grill was often nearly deserted as students crowd- ed outside to "harangues" on the foun- tain steps where they argued issues from birth control to student politics. .' ffj' YZ .yi A ,rg I f ...p- f" ' ff homecoming sets scen for day of protest Homecoming, with its bonfire, house decorations, mums, dance, and queen-crowning, was rich in tradition. But it was also the scene, this year, of a march for the International Day of Protest of the war in Viet Nam. lt A was a peaceful plea for an end to the war, held quietly Y l amid the color and excitement of the football game - yet hard to overlook. 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Wu M P5 ' w , 'K3 f .df al , i 2' 5, 1 i Student concern over educational ideals found a channel of positive protest in the Unincorporated University, begun in No- vember, taught by volunteer professors, and open without charge to any student. Augmenting and enriching the university structure, UNINC U offered an opportunity for real learning without the restraint of grades. But in spite of UNINC U, students were still faced with the conventional grading system and couldn't escape mass lectures in Chem l-40, group projects or term papers. uninc u offers gradeless courses , K -sf ...sv - Tl 1 E Ctr is-any sw-"fi" be Ullitd Gi 31 .li fn: I .mf .x 453.5 Hfzelik .Eg g ' ' .:,. fi "- " T - "x 5-SWL K' 3- I ff-1' . -.n -C 531 ,. ity!-3,,v'An ,A . . 5 1. gif? qi bi ,gg-... - . -fiwfsay , Li-I gi 911 UQ 5 Q 253 si ig S '- -: fcfsfjnl- K ' 7 t 4 J 3 'Vx 7,5 gr-,. if 3, P -'Azz FY .rl K, . fi'-'17 g . n-5 Tw 'f I 'J . 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Over Thanksgiving holiday, a group of CU students gave up their turkey dinners to drive l80O miles and join 25,000 other marchers in demonstrating their discontent with U.S. policy in Viet Nam by picketing the White House. Also at Thanksgiving time, Sigma Chi fraternity sued the University Regents to force them to lift their probation due to the alleged racial discrimination of a chapter in California. , Amid Christmas parties and the crush of getting reserva- tions home, students took time to think about the mean- ing of "Peace on Earth, good will towards men." ln zero weather, ll students fasted for peace for 48 hours on the steps of Norlin Library. Many stopped to talk to the fast- ers and to reflect a little on a world still filled with violence and unrest. 60 WSH w r "' Wim jx ' I.,-. J J ,ff ' F.. if N 1 . 1 . ,., . . , ,4 -.., 1 I 0 J f-fe. Alf fx' 'A 1 ffm' "QW .2-Lawn nn' ,rg 'N f r. W z,-. 4 I if 3 , M" . Q w ' fy val " ' -.L 'wk 2 ,M 'W'-TN ,V H,'5'i"f ink 5 910 U .,,' if - . ,jg -. ,1 . 'Vl- .4 3. -J-' 1d'5Y':v F V," final exams induce brief hibernation Finals induced a brief hibernation. Even while planning semester- break ski trips, students managed to study. Some even learned at last what they should have been learning all semester. The cam- pus was subdued during Dead Week and grim during a frigid Final Week. And then the exodus to Aspen began. 62 M .U i. 5? 5 "vm-qi-EW' v , lr ' V w. EL! ff ff lk: ,fs , gre X 04 S , '4 - ir ,I-,ti as - ' ' 'ff-5' 32: v . i' 55 . 1-S' gif' 5" 'Jr' f' ' A l V, V ,f f ' ff!!! "f'.. , ' ' - 'H . r V- KHQQ wha'- A'-gii' , . ,,, g . Puff 5. gp , 4. ,T .W , if." 1-ftfwsm ' .QQQYYX , ' , - l ,,, ,r 1 HNJIHMQQ' .- " H 'I -flslfilfl A:--l , i C .H Y A' - J A , ,Q -- --. fb f- -W.. S W , , f fl,-.4-,N .M . .ml . ,.: ,- ,J,.g .V ,Q ,. av - ' Jflffibiki: L. , ,Q ,gem T ff.:-F 1 - iff? 11 tis! "W -'fw':m'Y'ff2 4 l , .., T 5-. si, A. .:,., :r e .',,,:,f, -,L L:-ITNZVTGA 3- rl f.-A .,,w, ' :-f"'l,, I l- U., -ag ,J I X ,E ,A . , 1 is' -, . 2 I!" ,P 41" ' f -'I 51 -K' an if .1-kgffi, , - , . -if A .3 T'2.:w',?Zgs:-9 . K ri Q 593 .1 A ,I-,f ,wie-M I ":. rg-,vliwi .A-' if " fl ,. , -ff -' il . -cl' f FTS Q Q- ,M ",,.,a 4. V N. ,ff if"F' f 1, 'lv' a downhill burst of speed For o few moments, the college degree, books, grodes, even people ond porties were forgotten in one down- hill burst of pure freedom. Students returned with suntons ond broken legs to exchange ski poles for motorcycles, to wciit for spring, ond to stcirt 0 new semester. 64 f 4 A ugh' - A, ., ' ' rvpi .Q- tf, 'fQL'f.I.J . ip, ,if A J' Y' A senators protest own Igifelessness ln the largest voting turnout in five years, the ASUC election in March climaxed a year of activity in the student senate. Student government, the perpetual scape- goat for complaints of student apathy, had demonstrated that it could be a dynamic force. This year it was the student senators themselves who protested their own lifeless- ness - fighting for more power, taking steps toward major senate changes, and even con- sidering abolishing the student senate entire- ly. The senate stirred up controversy this spring by passing a resolution on birth control. It asked the students to decide whether they wanted birth control pills to be dispensed by Wardenburg Student l-lealth Center. Because of administrative pressure, the senate later rescinded the referendum. The senate also passed a resolution allowing the UMC Board to investigate whether state law permitted 3.2 beer to be sold on campus. The idea of a beer tap in the UMC was part of the UMC Board's attempt to change the image of the UMC into that ofa social center. This year the Board began by establishing a UMC "Info Depot" and turning the old UMC Cafeteria into "The Source" - a room where students could gather at night for study breaks, folk-singing entertainment, coffee, comradeship - but no 3.2 beer, yet. ln spite of mid-terms, 2200 students found time for the March teach-in on God. Till 3:00 in the morning, they inspected the question, "ls God dead?" spring fever drives students to functions With spring came the inevitable migration to the reservoir, sunburns and sandals, and mock-study- ing on lawns. The perpetual CU parties seemed to increase as spring fever drove students out of dorm rooms. Functions, woodsies, dancing, meeting people - these are not antithetical to books, classes, argu- ing a philosophical point, or meditating an idea in solitude. Each is a part of the university ex- perience, each more rich and full when superim- posed upon the other. l l world affairs week triggers concern With spring, too, came World Affairs Week, which could not help but stim- ulate the intellect and trigger concern. Students crowded to lectures, panels, and debates by world-known speakers and walked proudly between brilliant wind-whipped flags lining the path from Macky to Hellems. Parents from the community brought their children. 68 Q4 'ff we wif in 422 3 5 0 , 1, w gg' G. Q f fi3i2f?':31' 3 I ' ""u"! ll E' It. 'sr ! 1 Llxiiia 71 5 9 lg a 1 a ,,.f.ff! 51 'S , 1.,'if " 5 J . 0 E. 5ff'f'f v N. ,. w , p Nw. S I A-,,, ,X m.,3 H J. kg, r N3 , M , W ' H ,, . Q NE 'N -N - P, 1 . i EQ -i K . 1.22 if -- .nm .. ,- E . wk :gf -H, Eafwkfag M, '- f'fi21:'3rgyg 1 ..,.. . , '- 'ff if w, .U W 6 ., 1 :nv -Q ' - .. 1 ini-. - A - 1 - .S kr A 1 :gf . 5 , ,gh A gif.-5251553 iii-5293: , . 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'S-,s'S 'B-QQ: x ' --J '..- 'Q X, n ' ' - , 'nl Wg "Q,'lXx . ,L ' "!-.u. WIFI"- royalty A mm 4 wr S ix X xo xx xx X KN, Coloradan Q u e e n fo r I966, beautiful Miss Win- nie Wellein, comes to the University from Alexan- dria, Virginia. Her kind and happy smile reflects her attitude toward others: "We should look for the best in others in order to improve ourselves." A junior majoring in ele- mentary education with a record of royalty includ- ing Pi Kap Barn Dance Queen, Freshman Queen finalist, and Crescent Girl, Winnie enjoys activities ranging from Waterskiing to flying. Winnie serves her sorority, Delta Delta Delta, as recording secre- tary and is a member of Little Sisters of Minerva. l l i l coloradan queen attendants o!lnJa afar "Live lite to the fullest, every golden drop of it." L i n d ci Etter's fovorite quote from Our Town hos certoinly served cis o guideline for her career ot CU. Presently Junior Class Secretory, Drill Command- er of Costle Belles, ond rush chairman tor Deltci Gommo, Lindo hos been secretory of Silver ond Gold, president of her dorm wing, Engineering Doys Queen, ond o rnern- ber of Spurs ond Little Sis- ters. B . , r im, -' .JE Jn . ,, 5 : M54 , , 4 ., .4 , 5 VX Xa-V A E-I 'Q ,M .J- 1 A- L im Lia 35 , ,M V ' 1 S55 r ,9 ig l ' an fx 1 1 ' N, Y Ax. Yi' f' . 'Q . . x, ' ' Iii -21 Magi" a' ,.3.-175. 4 - if - f , ,Laffff .fu 1 -,V F 14,51-. X I. 7 X- :H.i-3in'7. .' ' 3 ' . 2' '541d,:",f,x ' ' . 2 5-lu .14 ... '-.' x,'aZ-,,,'. H. f'.j'Q'1' .. ,E 'Y '?'1,,a'.?A',k! f ,4-'--.f. f n, ,.'.,"4'.2f--" W ":"' ,bv ."f ' I 1, fi" " 0.1 14 r' I ' 1 ' X' . "viii, Lx -- S. - 1:9 ni.-.sham .V 3, : -wma IA- .: -' , . 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A junior majoring in secondary education, Jo spent her spring se- mester in Acapulco, giving her the chance to "travel and meet people." 0 elm "One's honesty of conviction is shown as deeds, not as words," says charm- ing senior, Sally Benning. Having served her sorority, Kappa Alpha Theta, as social chairman and re- cording secretary and the campus as CU Days Chairman and Homecom- ing Royalty Chairman, Sally has, in- deed, more than idle talk to her cred- it. A member of the Little Sisters of Minerva, Sally also works in the men- tal health program of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education. Q,-.L-1:1 ' IL.: 522-- !a,g',L-'5."-,"'.1 l Fliiqa,.-.g-254-if 1 ',p-,Sui W--,..+,--we , inf, Erie- f-3 A A lr li' ' f lf ii , ,. ll , ,. lathe! ilu!! Another beautiful transfer stu- dent, Miss Dothel l-lull comes to the University from Brad- ford Junior College in Massa- chusetts. Dathel, majoring in art history with her eye on in- terior design, is a member of Pi Beta Phi and Buff Ski Club. Feeling that, just as man cre- ates individually in art, so should he live his life, Dathel is proud she has taken "the road less traveled by." ani rgin "I love children, they are so responsive and love to learn." Lovely Tani Ugrin has al- ready been accepted for the coming school year to teach near her home in San Marino, California. Tani, who likes to sing, water- ski, and dance, has been a member of Little Sisters of Minerva, Nails, Silver and Gold, Buff Ski Club, and Pi Beta Phi sorority. T. . , 3 'S 4 A .--fx wh. 714, L 1 D Qs i 1? QI . ,o 'T li ' . T N, 5-fidz qzasdcf 551' . - v 'fi -' 1 Eff . .fini 5 ' 5-u se - f-'J' . A ,QQ uf' 2- M4 x ff? ., . ,QA 1 . , A pr , 'QQ , 5 J 'i -1Z"T,g, N! ' KL 9 ' ?'. RT? 1 4 -Eff-V iz '!l"A . 'T ip 3 If X ' W D nf .1 V-'JT' A I Rx QI, x - Ny: .SS , BW ,qi ,1 ', x at G. , ' 'L lv v T E'-'El .iii ' - Q "" ' Q 5 , .,-7, f WPA, S- . ' 1. TW, 'M ' 4'm S "1-. ". 1' -lg 's- 1 V. W, q . "" gg " ,Q Y- lg 'f 'L 4 -F A V- . - a- L ' ." W 4 'Q' .0 'gr' 5 5 rf --J ' Z? '14' f . C Q .. ' 'iv Q . ,. - U WE.: x, Q69 "W , L UN- s.'nU U3 A 5 s 9 , W. Q K 01" .2 , ffffi' , 1 .1 fx . 4 3 M, A -, . W ' 4. -' 7 ' "" -4 ,f . .41 ffff' 52" ,fx , :Fi JZ 2 Q0 v 211 Rex V QA 1 .,gV, fi is 15- . -5? Miss CU for l96 Caro! We Cain, and attendants Miss Marilyn Mayo, a blue-eyed sophomore from Tooele, Utah, is Miss CU for 1965. Past member of Freshman Council and Silver and Gold, Marilyn now participates in Spurs, Orchesis, and the Program Commission as well as serving as Rush Chairman for Pi Beta Phi sorority. As Miss CU, Marilyn represented the Univer- sity in the Miss Colorado Pageant and the National College Queen Pageant in New York this summer. Marilyn believes that the greatest worth of the many beauty pageants she has been in is the "opportunity to meet people and make new friends." anie mrner .xig -11 2.45" JI 'ii 1 I l 1 89 homecoming queen Minnesota boasts of its many lakes, its American League pennant winners, and now CU's lovely i965 Homecoming Queen Stevie Stephens. English major and past Rush Chairman for Kappa Alpha Theta, Miss Stephens enjoys raising show horses and sailing at her home in Minneapolis. Attractive as much for her candid sincerity as for her radiating smile, Stevie spent the spring of '64 in Europe and intends to return and work in Spain at the end of the school year. Indeed, the wide varie- ty of her interests and activities indicate Stevie's hopes to "not miss anything that life has to offer." 04.4. 34.,..M gg. an -y,,,.-e E Q' gg - - , , -LIT' 1' l - -Q,-ts, T' Tj, - rf: l flvfgl N -L' ' gen A L ap .gtg 7,1 - 7 ., 1. 4, -nf. . 7 Z 1 -2:7 free gig :WWC iw... l i J., iff -. "'i" Q' li, :.2f :uf . , ill rfzfsimat " W' . I ,A f -M-ggmiajw . ,fe i f ' 3,a.-57:41-.'I.-if '- E l. E . .J ff... ,..-, Z lg -1?3g,.-:Yr w:j3l:7'- -.1 Q". im J- l '5j.':w- and attendants fi' 3 Jacgie ami CAM MA qgncfa .!6fayAiff lynn gC!eI'L5CAf0,fZ freshman queen Petite and charming is Helen Jones, crowned Freshman Queen at the annual Club First Nighter. Col- lecting art, skiing, and playing the piano have helped to fill her spare moments. Helen, a Tri-Delt pledge and nursing major, is from Casper, Wyoming but her poise and spirit reflect her travels. Having lived everywhere but the Far East, Helen feels she has really seen "the spirit of human friendliness throughout the world." ary lit Wewaomer ew, . i I 1, if xkifil NQ N cf' if , l 2 ifgiiffgie me . B. ,J - r x 1 if A .4 1'4- N? i, ,. -. el " Yr , ' X W .!61,frina Mom We marign, margng and attendants F BML Kate military ball queen A Junior from Santa An- na, California, Barb Bate reigned over this year's Military Ball festivities. Since transferring to CU in her sophomore year, Barb has served as IFC Secretary and pl e d g e trainer tor Pi Beta Phi, and has been a member of Angels Flight and the Phi Tau Psirens. This fall's Sigma Chi Derby Queen, Barb likes Colo- rado's mountains but still misses the beaches of Cal- itornia. W gg A 57.J41!1fA an attendants w1l " JJ 67,515 ,fZ3fHJ4f!f tier Linda Etter, a 20-year-old finalist for the l966 Coloradan Queen, gained her introduction to the realms of campus royalty last April, when she was c h o s e n Engineer Ball Queen. She has been "written up" in The Denver Post and Re-Buff, was general chairman of l965's Carol of the Bells, and is completing her second year as one of CU's pom-pon girls. engineer ball queen yu, M SAW fd, AVL gd 0605 and attendants SAL WDM!! it igj ii iii'7i5l""'iiii',"l1 i H.. i wee l l z fiiii .A 'M' 'R ' ll .jczron Wagon Winter Carnival Queen, Karon Nelson, has been skiing for eight years and ice skating even long- er. A native of Colorado, Karon chose CU be- cause she "loves the outdoors so much." A freshman presently in pre-med, Karon is a member of Gamma Phi Beta, the International Relations Club, and Butt Ski Club. 98 L i gs..-i 2-, ,J 1 A Eg L +411 winter carnival king and queen JIM, 02l"5CA2I" Also a great admirer of the outdoors is Jim Hoerscher, this year's Winter Carnival King. As a member of CU's Varsity Ski Team, Jim's ankle injury kept him from competition this winter. Jim is a junior from La Crosse, Wis- consin, studying in pre-law. 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'rl ,, , -ff: .'.' an T . -154 .' ,f Q F Q 2 ,- -Q 'T 5-1' v' ,fl-Fifi?-g -:f"-v, F ' 1 E'-4-IAA ' - -ni: S??i,:2fQifs,, .fflgilg I -V gp lx -gh vi? 1 'ww N . fe E 1 aim km A '13 'F :' 15' e.. the year of opportunity This was the year of opportunity for the ASUC. Never before had the University seen such student turmoil and student concern. Never before had the students really cared to be represented. As usual the various ASUC Commissions continued to more than serve interested students. But now there was a difference. Now the students wanted immediate ac- tion and representationg the traditional programs of the commissions were not enough. Dynamic representation through teach-ins, bitch-ins, Harangue, and the ASUC Senate were necessary. At last, the ASUC had found its placeg and its place was, indeed, with the students. The new student interest. To represent I . . to decide. ASUC President Roger Holmes. lf: Y 1 lOl J Cys, ASUC Vice Presid teach-in, bitch-in harangue--- the asuc senate The time to repre ,lit if The AWS Executive Board considers all wom- en's suggestions. AWS President Kathy Bonham. ti ii iw 'qifets Ai-J' change characterizes aws year Working through a reorganized struc- ture, implementing a new disciplinary code, and continuing the revision of hours were the problems facing AWS this year. Under President Kathy Bon- ham, ASUC Senator Linda Friedman, and Vice-President Nancy Wadsworth, AWS worked toward the goal of indi- vidual development and self-realization of each woman student. A meaningful relationship with the University was the goal of the Women's Advisory Council, while the Central Hearing Committee and the Executive Council sought to carry out the function of administering and formulating regulations for women. 103 class leaders face dormant student concern .- SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: President Ron Smith, Secretory Sarah Gentry, Vice-President John Kincczde, Treasurer Ronnie Broy. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: President Vic Reinking, Vice- President Don Morturono, Secre- tory Lindo Green, Treasurer Mordo Borthuli. -.581 3-'21 " 1' ...- BE! President Jim Wilmore Secretary f Linda Etter, Treasurer Jackie 4f,Q..fsA."ILEZ53iI' Faust, President Ron Dornont. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Vice- .yy I . Y.:-, SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Presi- dent Monty Mathias, Treasurer Judy Warren, Secretary Judy Cochran, Vice-President George Koutsoubos. pacesetters Those creative students who have the energy to be effective in accomplish- ing their gools are honored this yeor with the Pacesetter Award. These few have communicated to others their abilities both in the classroom and be- yond it. The multiversity has proved a stimulation rather than a "stymie" to them. Pacesetters are selected for their con- tributions as campus leaders, their academic records, and their charac- ters. Automatic membership in "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges" is an added distinction awarded to them. pacesetters -- who dare to see the sun PACESETTER SELECTION COMMITTEE: Left to Right: Rich Tisdel, Patty Creighton, Nan Deal, Roberta Ruben- stein, Lynn Kuykendahl, Alice Cox, Steve Moise, AI Davis. Linda Friedman, a Spanish major with a 3.05 average, has served on the UMC Board, the Stu- dent Dean's Program Commission, and the Fresh- man Contact Program. A member of Mortar Board and an ASUC senator, Linda has been a resident advisor for two years and the president of Sigma Lambda Phi. Linda plans for her future in guidance and counseling. linda friedman Senior Pacesetter Chuck Gardner has maintained a grade average of 3.56 while majoring in mathe- matics. Gardner has been active in varsity basket- ball, Sabres, Junior and Senior Class Councils, Greek Week and Commencement Committees, and Phi Delta Theta fraternity. As a result of his academic and athletic achievement, Gardner was chosen as an Academic All-American. chuck gardner "Q -nu I E I U -' 4 ..:e-45? ' i ,I Y '5 'I I LQ? fl K. If Ya I'-' If ,WI ai I I , 5535, if ' .1 in H VT , , JU E-5' 5' U 1. , .1-:U KBI - .. iw. Zi, "s i carol riley Carol Riley, a junior Pacesetter with a 3.6 grade average, is interested not only in her major field of English literature, but also in music, drama and forensics, and traveling. Among her activities are director of Freshman Camp, AWS Central Hearing Board, chairman of the Colorado-Corps, Public Relations Commission, Spurs, Alpha Lambda Delta Festival Chorus, Dean's Advisory I Council, and Tri-Delta sorority. l l0 1 1 ,w '. l :W 4.1.55 merry fishburn Merry Fishburn, maintaining a grade point of 3.6 in her distributive major of political science, eco- nomics, and psychology, hopes to find a career in South America. Merry's memberships in Spurs, Hesperia, Mortar Board, Porpoise, and Tri-Delta sorority supplement her service as a delegate to the Associated College Unions Convention, and as chairman of the College Bowl series and of the Program Commission Forum Room. , - l ,sa Y 9 Ig, ' 'KQV' QI 4 K Andy Shippey has partici- pated in a wide variety of campus activities. She has served as president of the D o r m Presidents' Round- table, AWS senator, Panhel- lenic president, and as a cheerleader for two years. She has also been a member of Spurs, Hesperia, and Mortar Board. A Boettcher scholar with a 3.0 in human- ities, Andy plans to continue her education in graduate school. andy shippey Senior Pacesetter from Steamboat Springs, Color- ado, Jim Maguire is an English major with a 3.5 grade average. Maguire worked on the Clearing House project, and was an Associate Justice of the ASUC Supreme Court, a member of Honors Union Council, Co-Editor of Tan- gent, and a recipient of the i965 President's Award. jim maguire 02' fr ff-'e -1, if 1' , 3 iii, , ig?-QF , - " -vi. A 141 J, ' ffl gg.: V-,,, Gyn, , " 1 , ' ' 3 A ,N :QI pq,-ur , ,g Q-Ifj5 ,,' ' ' 5 'Lxf21::a:'i-4 3515559 ,Eu , ' 7' -- A if. fiQf'iEJ" 9? - ' - :E-'vw jg., ., alt , W fy- 1 15 .fading as ii x ii 53 fu F' .f h TJ .-. lif iii' fl v,4:.74...5, . 1. :4.,, . w. me A figs ixfqiyf , 1 X , U 'L 'ua4':?f I l 4 tr fi-1 , " NF V--Lrg A- nn iii? M. ,.. : L ,.n, .N V ll? f" x K. I.- Q? A sg.- , . r. :: 'Ep Q I H157 -Q M sg? 15.51 , . i ken weaver Ken Weaver, a junior Pacesetter with a 3.7, has a double major of German and English. His acti- vities include Honors Union Council, Order of Chessmen, and National Student Association co- ordinator and congressional delegate. He has re- ceived a scholarship to study at the Universitat von Erlangen in Germany next year. ll4 .J barb adair Barb Adair has coupled her athletic ability with her physical education major to achieve a grade average of 3.89. Barb has been a member of Spurs, Hesperia, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Orchesis, and Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She engages in skiing, tennis, swimming, and gymnastics. A senior Pacesetter with a major in Spanish, Judy Jewell has a 3.13 average. Judy has been vice- president of Mortar Board and a member of Hesperia, Spurs, the Finance Board, and the ASUC Budget Commission. Judy won the Alpha Gamma Delta Grant from her sorority and also received the Helen S. Lesser Panhellenic Scholar- ship. judyjeweH Les Besser, a native of Hungary with a 3.4 in his major field of electrical engineering and business administration, has held memberships in Sigma Tau, Eta Kappa Nu, Delta Sigma Pi, Tau Beta Pi, and the IEEE. Besser, the Hungarian junior and Canadian lntraprovincial 440-yard Hurdles Champion, captained the soccer team and par- ticipated in track and cross country. les besser fir 'T V I-. f5',',:gg:.r f '5 -'hy' ' li , '..fr fa- fl All ii iii gn: i tmae ci ' 1' ' f - - ':"',:-de. 5 11--iTEff'l.. ' lib 'shift "' Wx-u' .1-. -'i :. M. 'ff .M Q, :ff i' -1 ir 9, V 4 as 4 sv, -gi fg 5 a- .1 1' A1 N . ' 4 'ls in-4 who's who-- imaginative, responsible individuals Left to Right: Bonham. Left to Right: Karol Welch, Fred Love, Marilyn Vanderwaol. Jacquelyn Widmor, Penny Coleman Howe, Dan Kiely, Kathy I v Left to Right: Sue Lewis, .lim Gates, Sharon Kelly, Carl Cranor, Norma Ackermann. Left to Right: Charles Revier, Jim Wilmore, Malina Loomis, James Hamilton. ' H ' Y ll , is ' ul' llix Each man is an island. He is born individual and grows indi- vidual. lt is, at times, a fine line which separates a selection for Pacesetter from that of a "Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universities." Each has spent his college years re- fining and developing his skills and character such that he will be capable of acting with the foresight and the flexibility of an imaginative and responsible human being. ll9 publication -.lg 5eL'n.J s. .-ag.--.3 Ss., publications board Deciding between freedom of the press cmd ir- responsible journalism is always a difficult job. The Board of Publications is responsible for the content and finances of all University publica- tions. 1 governs journalism Composed of students and faculty members, the Board determines the fate of the literary efforts on campus by approving budgets and selecting pivotal staff members. Selections this fall in- cluded new editors for the Coloradan, Penny Poetry, and NISUS. Left to Right: Jim Quigley, Lorrie Berland, Judson Pearson, Tom Schantz, Frank Howard, Chris Burns, Conrad McBride. Not Pictured: Steve Permut. l2l E. ,S .yi ,J Ls? Chief Photographer Bill Ragland. Copy Editor Jim Wilmore. Editor-in-Chief Jim Pulver. sv-' 9, V ,Ya Y 7 l Q Layout Editor John Burg. . ,--J S L 'X coloradan goal: the total experience The year 1965-1966 was like no other. With it came the usual moments of joy and excitement, of grief and despair. There was, as always, the times of love and of passion and of hate. The theme was old and universal but the actors were new and fresh and the experiences were as never before. To record the events of the past year is not enough for the Coloradan: the staff must capture the vague form of the year in hope that each person will be re- minded of his own impressions. Tension and feelings run high when a small group is under the constant pressure of a contract and its deadlines. Indeed, it is surprising that the Coloradan staff encountered so few flashes of discord. Yet unity was achieved through the common devotion to a single goal-to record the total experience of 1965-1966 at the Uni- versity of Colorado. Front Row: Barbara Bradley, Jo Ann Orsak, Martha Campbell, Pat Crown, Sara Shreve Marsha Logan Kay Bard Dianne Wilson Janice Goodfellow Patricia Owens. Second Row: Skip Wollrab, Kathy Horchler, Louella Hein, Phil Bartelt Pam Weimer Lynn Walker Anne Vanderslnce Kathie Emrich Carol Vucich, George Nowell, Maw Kleitsch, Carla Fisch, Karen Ludeman, Jane Drmit Barb Fahey Helen Powhrda Not pictured Fran Jensen Debbie Atchison, Donna Maggi, Pat Wilson, Lee Sipos, Trudy Walljasper, Judy Purcell Karen Kirchm Joan Taylor Patty Palmetier ..- ,W--1-f-:. ,. 3- 'C-f-.:. -, V. ' furgpr' -i,,:' " n... ggfaeli' I, + l ,L . ,Q 7--gg -514.1 .H 1:11. - --If-Sf J ER - .',f .W r.-.-ai" "".,r-fr -:-f-f I .F-as-' ! wh' ..?" .... ,..,-V.: - me .r ..,.W... Q-I --:e-'- IP'-1429 lg-g'5 .. .,.. ,wig ,Mg , ' --M V- - . 7,-gtrgg IT ,,,g,g .P P' !"1 -'Li ,rl X ,gzip 3' i 4, A Ji " w -b 1 F ,l-F -me nf R 1 -1 ,R ..,. 'W' of if-fe P-'t - A , f. - . . . , -s , - ,,,., 5 F-, ,M Amt WY- g M E: 'K ri- A-mg, Assistant Layout Editor Karol Welch. Administrations Editor Brian Peters. I to each, his personal Royalty Editor Ben Franklin. University Life Editor Lois Bruce. .- Y ', -Y if Assistant Copy Editor Jill Evans. im p res s io n s Publications Editor Anne Williamson it e of 1. Fw-n 1--.Y Q..-1 Sports Editor Tom Reiva and Assistant Freshmen Sports Editor Alan Kreizenbeck. Sports Editor Richard Nevett. Greek Co-Editors Sharon Stanger, Pacesetters Editor Mike Bowrnag Marjorie McMahon, Raoul Yriberri. Organizations Editor Kathy Irwin. it S New i iit.t as s 9.5-L" Senior Section Editor Sue Harris. Residence Editor Claudia Sale. XM iid E i j "i i colora dan business staff , , r ryr- kv Secretary Kay Price Business Manager Patti Works K ' ' :ELEM - l --Q N '.-A - i V L it ll ' ' f- , : , i 9- 1 N. 5 I, V , , "l , '?- . I 1 U - F, - Q. 1 5 s l. Typist Lilly Reser Photo Co-ordinator Assistant Business Manager Index Editor Betsy Mary Dell lmig Patty Palrnetier COLORADAN SALES STAFF: Front Row: Debbie Atchison, Bob Wasem, Betsy Hoover. Second Row: Jeff Booton, Greg Sullivan, Frank Wellson, Nancy Worchester, Candy Young, Laila Baker. I I The summer Daily of l965 was the paper of the minority With their stated editorial policy to take the minority viewpoint this three per week publication kept the Daily tradition of hunger for controversy alive Editor Bruce Comstock and Managing Editor Paul Danish provoked student interest with lively correspondences con cernmg teach ms student ac tivism and racism with staff writers on the Rocky Mountain News and the Boulder Daily Camera Characterizlng the summer was the publishing of freshman supplement created to inform incoming freshmen on all aspects of the Multiversnty Despite re peated requests the Faculty Committee on Student Affairs would not allow the publica tion to be distributed to new CU students l27 eu :Q 'ff' X il ,J 051. L", ,, do i A. rg 1 LT ie l -ri. .1 3 5 1 gill. Ik: L. Editor Jim Gates. Associate Editor George Allen, Night News Co-ordinator Kathi Grunewald. colorado daily fills the role of university gadfly Photographers Skip Wollrab, Barry Stott, Ed . . Bm-Od, and John Evans. Managing Editor Sherry Keene. 'S'--. Campus complacency was the target of the Colorado Daily. Editor Jim Gates and his large staff faced a difficult task. Battles raged over issues ranging from the significant to the in- significant-from the power of the Board of Regents and the U. S. Senate subcommittee report to the 525,000 UMC fountain and the Multiversity-but their purpose was always present. Dis- agreement and dissent concerned the DaiIy's approach to issues as much as it concerned the issues themselves. Indeed, the not-aI- ways-popular publication did stir controversy and student concern, as usual, an ad hoc committee was formed to protest the com- pulsory student subsidization of the Daily. Cartoonist Rob Pudim. llll M? N bf ff f ' Receptionist Virginia Ostrander, Sports Editor Jim Witte, Gadfly Editor Bob Ewegen. 'Q Day Copy Editor Helen Tremaine, Day News Editor Kathy Costa, Day Copy Editor Carole Morris, Day News Editor Quito Perelli-Minetti. Night News Editors Paul Talmey and Faith Rogers, Night Copy Editor Craig Conley. is ,ffl-'flSl1Q+l65ngn'iqaf FN. ,Q ' 'raga"jr1i5zQ1-Mf'g5e':"f i L i . .Y , ' K Y l ' M ' L ws will , aj ,, f"f2?.Q f egg? -jg-ggi! 4' will-i"1ii V,,i,,,iwigi,11I1w"..,, ,,,,,,,,,,e,,iE,...,,.... A 3 .-s .V W Mi, ml ., . i. . W , .4.,iS.5?-: ,i 't . " t ,uri gf. ri I 5' sill ggi? 'run 9 ' ef I' l t' is Left to Right: Advertising Manager Richard Reeves, Gary Fischer, Karen Farnsworth, Bill Downs, Tracy Irwin, Kermit Marquand, David Rich. daily business staff seeks advertising Procrastinating merchants reluc- tant to take advertising seriously are the bane of the Daily business staff. The ad salesman working on a ten per cent commission finds himself a middleman, try- ing to please both the hierarchial Daily staff and the merchants. One redeeming factor: mer- chants are usually receptive to the student salesman's ideas, and respect his opinions concerning copy and layout. l3O Business Manager Scott Highto Hughes and Robert Graham. wer, Accountants Dan I l . C.. ' l . Y t . . i f Q,,, l l law review-- cicero's counterpart Junior cmd senior law students publish the University of Colo- rado Law Review four times a year. The magazine provides legal criticism and comment for CU law students. With the as- sistance of practicing attorneys, judges and faculty, the staff is headed by Editor Larry Hamil. Left to Right: Richard Holme, Editor Larry l-lomil, Donald Kinonen. the colorado engineer Left to Right: Shirley Nuss, John Brooks, Editor Fred Love, The Colorado Engineer is a technical quarterly magazine published by and for engineering students. This publication is proof of the engineer's creative ability, going beyond the scope of the blueprint, computer and nuclear structure. All interested engineering students at the University are given the opportunity to express their views. Kathy O'Donoghue, Bob Schwab. Y .ei 8.5331 i lim ' Q! fn. l3l The contents of Penny Poetry change almost as rapidly as pennies change hands . . . each week realism, illu- sion, and theory pervade the two-cent leaflet's pages. The reader interprets the thoughts of contributors and mixes them with his own. As well as providing students with the increased opportunity to express themselves, Penny Poetry, in its seventh year of printing, has in- creased its circulation and has initi- ated a faculty-advised poetry work- shop. I l P MQ poetic expression for pennies Left to Right: Judy Klater, Kathy Klater, Dick Sides. Not Pictured: Fran Piernat. 132 '! ' . ,ll -'ln' Vwzg pf. ,.- ' r 2-1-7 -bfi- 'ig Left to Right: Bob Nelson, Miles Horner, Ted Singer, Phil Steffen, Don Bartels. fwiltl nisus enters university literary scene Editor Brian Hayden. 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The mark of a great university is the challenge it is able to present to those who come to its doors, seeking to in- crease their comprehension and knowl- edge. The history ot the University of Colorado is distinguished by its ability to meet this challenge and to graduate students who are better equipped to meet the demands ot the twentieth cen- tury living. The accomplishments ot its students and its alumni add luster to the already bright reputation of the University ot Colorado. John A. Love governor love applauds the university l38 '. I1:r,r"11-'. ' .5-Sf' 13' l x1-La.. IQ , i-...... ,--4: H K" o "T , . ,, - I - ,f' . U I fx X Av 11. Qui! ' .., I. -yi, ,. :E v od . -1 . 'U IN ,, I -1 f ESP f", 'Ai I P - xx 'T 4: ' ' f 'I II.,-, Ei. lil. ,A j' P. . L :gi A ' V mmf? fm Wm .E lf--L' . "iff: ,ff 'lg - I 1 '. If 5: r, A u AA I x ' if f Y gg I y , If I ,- E5 I 'jf J 553 1 I 5, i - f I - X .' y , --,,- - 'www' W W ff---1' "' ""f -' I' I ' .44. .l K I .,,, ..J., -Fw" 4-,. 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Each student at the University will find these men to be impartial and in- terested educators. Each is dedi- cated to making student life en- joyable and rewarding, and be- cause of this dedication each strives to improve every imagin- able facet of CU activity. Glenn Barnett, vice president of student affairs, has jurisdiction over every phase of non-aca- demic service. Eugene Wilson handles the University's business affairs, libraries, museum and ad- ministrative departments. Thurs- ton Manning is the vice president and dean of faculties, giving him the responsibility of overseeing the educational faculties of the University. Vice President Thurston Manning Dean James Quigley james quigley molds university men l42 Form must be guided-by outside forces but chiefly through the indi- vidual. Dean Quigley's job depends upon the reaction of students to the administrative policies which attempt to give form to their lives. Unfortunately, the people who meet James Quigley in his office are usual- ly there under the heading of "Matter for the Dean of Men." But the title of Dean of Men shouldn't stop any- one from meeting this versatile ad- ministrator, who also serves as UMC and Student Affairs Director. James Quigley enjoys meeting as many students as he can-in his office, at a coffee table in the UMC, or on campus. ln his second year at this lively post, he works to bridge the gap between the student and the administration. Working closely with students, Dean Quigley helps the in- dividual find meaning in the form given his life by the university. Administrative Assistants: James Cameron, Dean Gerald Mun- dinger, Dean George Rhodes Form is more than discipline and guidance. lt is the job of Pauline Parrish and her staff to give substance and character to the life of every woman at the university. An experi- mental program of freshman advising to help the new students quickly become a part of the university was initiated to compliment the al- ready existing program of counseling and supervision for many diversified campus or- ganizations. Also recently added is a student dean program in which students from any class may apply as office personnel in order to become familiar with the operations of the de- partment. As seniors, these students may work with the staff on special projects. Helping Dean Parrish is Dean Collins, the associate dean of women, who works closely with AWS and Mortar Board, while Assistant Dean Fly is responsible for off-campus housing super- vision. Dean Wanda P. Collins, Dean Virginia Fly Dean Pauline Parrish women's characters shaped by dean Ek 'ww H' administrative services With the increasing rise in en- rollment Director of Student Residence Clifford Yoder is faced with CU's growing problems. It is hoped that the new Williams Project will alleviate much ofthe overflow. Phase l is now under construction and should be ready for use in the fall of l966. "4-.1 1- . x A Xxx, V ,. ll 1 0.1 fr , n vi, ,. o if QF? 1" , f t 1- . 1' l,"'f,z ,-A, ' ,.. i 'f 1. 1 ,' , 1 ' . .. '.l ' 9,-19, ,. ,,.:-x ,, - I ' Helen:Carpenter " , , I1 "-.. t: ,f.f"-f-ff Most of the students who avoid CU's forty percent freshman drop-out rate soon find them- selves asking, "What am l going to do when I graduate from the university?" Helen Carpenter, Director of the University Place- ment Bureau, probably has the answer. She is in charge of help- ing students obtain permanent employment in the fields of their choice. "Dear Sir: Our records indicate that it is time for your annual chest X-ray. Please report to. . ." Wardenburg Student Health Center, under the direction of Dr. L. W. Holden, provides facili- ties for the physical as well as the mental well-being of all uni- versity students. Available at the Health Center are physical therapy, psychiatry and X-ray services. The Purchasing Department un- der the direction of P. Raymond Johnson is the agent for all de- partmental purchases. Buying everything from the classroom's chalk and lectern to the UMC's ash trays and lounge chairs, he also has played a large part in the financial success of the Coloradan in the past few years. The Special Services Office, un- der the direction of George Lesser, helps foreign students to become acquainted with univer- sity life through activities such as Campus Friend's Picnic and Home Hospitality Picnic. This year the University of Colorado was a national leader in supply- ing Peace Corp volunteers. Forty-five thousand active members to keep track of -it's not that hard ac- cording to C. Dean Graves, CU Alumni Director. Everything from alumni institutes and forums to campus conferences for the graduates of the vari- ous colleges within the University is made avail- able through the Alumni Association office. A job with ever-increasing responsibilities is that of directing the Student Resi- dence Hall Food Service. lncreased enrollment has given Mr. John Lough's job as director of this huge service increased recogni- tion. His immediate chal- lenge is to get the new six million dollar Williams Dorm in operation. l45 1. 1 x"" '- Q. ... Care to prepare snacks and meals for ci l5,000-member family? Mrs. Luceil Folioclfa, Manager of Food Services for the UMC, has this tasty duty each day. This job-not recommended for those an diets-consists of sampling every- thing from food to student opinions. ln an effort to run an efficient operation, she has spent much time streamlining her department and budget. Through the use of scholarships, federal grants and campus employment the De- partment of Financial Aid is striving to help as many students as possible. Director Dwight Farrow feels that in- creased emphasis on large programs of campus employment and federal aid will put the university in a better posi- tion to help freshmen as well as upper classmen. Responsible for processing 25,000 ap- plications for the fall term of l966 is the Office of Admissions and Records under the supervision of Dean Muirhead and his staff. This year Dean Muirhead worked to standardize the entrance re- quirements for the University's Exten- sion Division. Panels and discussion groups of CU students clarified campus life for high school students, according to Muirhead. The Student Activities Center's professional staff works with various aspects of student organ- ization and social life. Student groups vary as widely as interests. ln working with student organi- zations, Miss Alice Cox en- counters and hopefully solves every imaginable difficulty. Scott Tyler, Director of News, Photographic, and Publications Services is responsible for public presentation of the University. Tyler provides information to newspapers and radio stations. Future plans include a television program about CU on one of the local Denver channels. The aim of the Development Foundation, headed by Dwight V. Roberts, is expanding the Uni- versity-both academically and physically-by encouraging con- tribution of money, property, and art. Many of the gifts are re- turned to the students in De- velopment Foundation scholar- ships and fellowships. These are administered through the various colleges, schools, and depart- ments and the Office of Financial Aid. Roberts is also in charge of the Student Development Foun- dation, which selects the recipi- ent of the Teacher Recognition Award. The Student Develop- ment Foundation also makes short term loans available to students. The Counseling and Testing De- partment does more than the name implies. Besides personal assistance and vocational and educational testing, Theodore Volsky and his staff initiated a new independent study center. l-lere a student might pursue any interest outside the normal aca- demic curriculum in order to aug- ment his classroom experience. .Wx x 11. -,, - . Us i 'vm 'i.,.,.. 148 Lx college 3 l'tS and sciences We are the makers of dreams, Weaving, molding substance out of cobweb, Clay out of spun gossamerg And in emptiness And in blindness We keep our veiled faces Raised to the dawn, Knowing That we, in forming the dream, Have formed Ourselves. ,V -f :Isnt J lea 1 i4 Associate Dean John Carnes Dean William Briggs a8ts combines forces to seek, to strive, to find More than 50 different areas of study-ap- proximately 7,000 students-classes neces- sarily taught from the Geology Building to the Stadium. Dean William Briggs and Associate Dean John Carnes do, indeed, face enormous problems that go with an enormous Arts and Sciences College. Most needed are more class- rooms, more teachers, a curriculum that can constantly match today's ever-changing world, and a personalized advising program. And after they have solved all of these problems, they can discuss one last problem: how can you give each of the 7,000 students a unique liberal education? By requiring 6-lO hours of mathematics or philosophy, 6-10 hours of hu- manities, 6-l0 hours of biological science. . .? By requiring attendance . . .? The form of a liberal education is vogue and uncertain. Four years and a degree no more guarantee an education than a College Out- line Series and two extra texts guarantee an A. We study and wait-"Wait until my senior year when l can take some courses in my major." An education doesn't come "some- time." An education comes now. Dean Briggs and Dean Carnes are educators in that now. l l l s Dean Devon Carlson Under the energetic leadership of Dean Devon Carlson, the School of Architecture underwent a huge metamorphosis this year. The most obvious change was the expansion of space with the school taking over the whole Service Building. ln addition, the complete art and architecture library was trans- ferred from the main library to the Service Building. This rapid expansion despite the difficulty of the five-year cur- riculum gives a good indication of the increasing interest in architecture. Another innovation was the initiation of a stu- dent board which worked with the faculty on the policies of the school. This year also saw the establishment of a new degree program in the area of urban planning and the ac- creditation by a national architectural agency. school of architecture expands 6 I dl' From sticks to stones, l5l AND Mt,Q.sAw sim l s.. . the '-V as T7 .S ,U T ess Q1- .V if S we 22 I-Q Zu 9 Yesterday, recorded for tomorrow. Economically one might say that the demand curve for competent and responsible administrators and related professional personnel continues to advance graphically to the northeast. To fulfill its responsi- bilities in supplying for this increasing demand, the business school has continued to revise and enlarge its programs. A primary area of emphasis has been that of busi- ness research. Expansion of research activity has been accomplished both by the extension of gradu- ate programs and by the Bureau of Business Re- search. ln this area the business school is trying not only to increase opportunities and facilities for in- vestigation of business problems but also through these constructive research efforts to effect a close relationship between students and faculty of the Uni- versity on the one hand and businessmen of the state and region on the other. Dean William Baughn business school emphasizes research, extends graduate program 152 education's evaluation project serves as long range planning program Experience . . . for teacher and student. Engfg. Dean Stephen Romine Keeping abreast not only with the rapidly changing size of school sys- tems but also with the changing curriculum of education and its new teaching techniques proves to be a large and difficult challenge to Dean Stephen Romine and the School of Education. While train- ing future teachers for all levels of education from primary to collegi- ate work the school must remember that one with an ability to teach must have something to teach. Not only methods but the principles be- hind the methods are presented. And to keep the quality of teachers high, students must first prove themselves in Arts and Sciences before they may meet the high standards of acceptance to the school. Completing its seventh year now, this relatively young autonomous school with Dean Romine at its head has initiated an evaluation project which will serve as a basis for planning a ten year program for the future. To obtain new ideas and to promote CU, Dean Romine went to Germany for one month as a consultant to the John F. Ken- nedy School in Germany. l53 A slide rule and a table of sines, cosines, and tangents-more plans and calculations-and finally the tinished product. This, however, is only one aspect ot engineering. Equally important is the research into the unknowns of the infinite and the minute. And first must come the training of men who will meet these chal- lenges. Besides planning the curriculum Dean Max Peters assists the de- velopment ot the newly initiated project "BUILD" in cooperation with the University ot lllinois' Engineering College. The two Universities will exchange facul- ty members as well as graduate and undergraduate students for research and teaching, Various seminars, conferences, and joint- committee studies will be an essential part of the program. Besides his activity with the school, Dean Peters is working on a research grant from the Public Health Service. Dean Max Peters engineers - builders of tomorrow Concept in miniature yields ultimate perception. F l i l l l Dean James E. Brinton radio and television journalism supplements curriculum l Journalism is certainly consid- ered a specific and separate course of study, but for the fu- ture writers of our country, an education devoted only to the techniques of expression is worth- less. Just as the carpenter with no wood, the journalist with no thoughts will be ineffective. All journalism students are re- quired to have a strong liberal arts background to supplement their acquired writing ability. They may specialize in more specific areas ranging from ad- vertising to news editorials. One new element introduced this year was the emphasis on professional training in radio and television communication. Professors with real experience in the radio and TV field will instruct students in broadcasting journalism. As head of the School of Journal- ism, Dean James E. Brinton is in charge of the policies, the staff, and the budget of the school. The newly created graduate pro- gram awarded its first six degrees to graduate students a year ago. The shape of clarity. law students experience real trial proceedings Dean John W. Reed Already future lawyers have felt the excitement and tension of a court of law as the National Moot Court Com- petition held in the spring gave law students the opportunity to present fic- tional cases in actucil court circum- stances. The School of Law, with Dean John W. Reed presiding, has focused attention this year on a curriculum review, an initial step in the attempt to revise the course of study. The association also administered the school's honor code. The newly created Civil Rights Council offered assistance to practicing lawyers faced with the new Civil Rights cases. l56 The champion of justice 1 F' J rw 1' v' 5 ff .- 3 -L 5' 1 I l - - , X at Music students find the meaning of form through expression under the guidance of Dean Warner lmig, head of the College of Music. Classes, however, provide only a limited education, and the real substance of learning will come only with experience and participation Many musicals and student concerts were presented this year including the Homecoming musi cal The Unsmkable Molly Brown The College of Music also sponsors the Artist Series which brings fine music to the whole University Some of the per sonalities presented this year were com posers Mel Powell and Lucian Belre Dean Warner lmig college of music shows molly fi Rhythm 57 1 . ' 1 'V -lid - Y , 1. n 1 ' 1 Y 1 U , X , If 3 ,L ' ' " ' ' ,ff ' 'E rf! .. - M y 1' . 3 A r l U at it S A 'XL . 4 1 AE: Q Y 1 i. u .K g 1 e ig l Once new . . . With advances in the theory and tech- nology of disease control and health im- provement, curriculum revision is con- stantly required. These changes and new programs are continually effected by Dean John Conger and his staff. At present he seeks a more integrated plan for the teaching of the basic sciences during a student's first two years in medical school. Vice-President for Medical Affairs and the Dean of the School of Medicine, Dean Conger has the responsibility for the administration of the entire medical center. This includes the School of Medicine, the School of Nursing, Colo- rado General Hospital, and Colorado Psychiatric Hospital. Now completed, the Denver Medical Center's huge eight story university hospital and out-patient clinic provides a tremendous increase in facilities. 158 needed growth of university medical center continues Dean John Conger More appealing to most girls in- terested in medicine is the School of Nursing. After entering the program on the Boulder campus, nursing students transfer to the Denver campus in their study to become licensed nurses. Also of- fered is a graduate program for hospital trainees and the grad- uate nursing school for teaching, administration, and specializa- tion. Dean Kathryn Smith em- phasized more practical job ex- perience, review and revision of the undergraduate course, and the move into new facilities brought about by the recent building and expansion. nursing program makes way for change Dean E. James Archer I Meaningless without knowledge. graduate students challenge tomorrow... There was a time when that bachelor's degree from the University of Colorado provided its owner with some of the finest jobs that money could buy. But with the increase in number of degrees and with the large draft increases, many graduating seniors find enrollment in the Graduate School an attractive and rewarding way to spend a few more years of their lives. Ranging from "professional students" to devoted graduates, over 2,000 men and women are presently taking graduate courses at the university. 160 Dean of the Graduate School E. James Archer has many and varied responsibilities. He must know what research is being done and must closely supervise the Institute of Behavioral Sciences and the Institute for Arctic and Al- pine Research, and is acting director of the Computing Center for which a new computer is being purchased this year. Dean Archer hopes to establish a Center for Arts and Hu- manities and to work on a Developmental Hos- pital Biological Research Center. Research Two aspirin, right to bed, and you'll feel fine. Two Nodoz cmd a Verve and you'Il be awake all night. But for the pharmacy stu- dent it isn't quite that easy. Drug drying, milling, and medicinal extracting are his concerns- these and a firm foundation in the biological, chemical, and physical sciences. Keeping his hands in research, teaching pharmaceutical courses, and counseling all freshman pharmacy students has kept Dean Harold Heim busy this year. Still more time consuming is the revision of the school cur- riculum to improve teaching ap- proaches and stress individual contact with the students. Still another beneficial project for the year was the initiation of seminars for all pharmacy stu- dents and interested pharmacists throughout the state. d i scove ry. Dean Harold Heim. pharmacy combines research with determination l6l 5 gg if Wersi A fleeting moment of beauty. A summer lecture series will add to the educational cli- mate in future summers, according to John R. Little, dean of the University of Colorado summer school. An- nually, the Shakespeare festival and opera punctuate the academic atmosphere of the CU summer campus. Dean Little also hopes to begin a program to send CU professors to lecture at area junior colleges in the sum- mer. 162 Dean John R. Little summer school offers cultural program to interested students cragmor foundation enables springs' extension to expand 1 - 1 1, Q .lf . , l ., ,.' . 4 l . Lei. t 'V -' ll l t V . l-if l he g. rc l' lfil 1 t Ei!! 9.491 5 x-. a 4"J,. .,,J-w..-" 1 .A ijt I HQ? ' Y H7521 A ESE A , ' 'fir'-'Y 1 T - - , "5T.r.rx--' E S A .VY . I 3 E r 1? . f H' . , T . . gi. Fl V Wt so T e if 35 Deon Mack Easton Dean Roland Rautenstraus . . r. 15 lt. Colorado Springs Extension Division developed a . new graduate program this year and moved onto 1 its new campus consisting of 80 acres of land from s the Cragmor Foundation. The Denver Extension liar added more physical facilities and increased upper l division work. . it Roland Rautenstraus, associate dean of faculties, heads the Denver and Colorado Springs centers. Dean Mack Easton runs the Extension Division in Boulder. This Extension offered "Project Head Start" to prepare children from poverty areas for elementary school. The Extension also sponsored "VISTA," the new domestic Peace Corps. Teachers of elementary courses to adults received special instruction. A course to help people onto a reg- ular payroll and off reliet is now being planned. harold kane chosen outstanding professor 164 Harold J. Kane, assistant professor of English, graduated Cum Laude from Marquette in 1948 and earned his Masters at the University of Pennsylvania in 1950. He began teaching at the University of Colo- rado in 1951. Not only does Professor Kane teach classes both on cam- pus and at the Denver Center, but also he is active on several commit- tees. This work includes work on the Honors Council, the A815 Com- mittee on Courses, a new committee working for the establishment of a Humanities and Arts Center, and the chairmanship of the lnterde- partmental Linguistics Committee. Also chairman ofthe American Sec- tion of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, he is cur- rently at work on a book which will be a critical survey of Anglo-Saxon poetry. V. .ti EL? ,.r Q '7 Homer Rainey-i963 Recipient. Under the auspices of the University of Colorado De- velopment Foundation, an award for the recognition of notable excellence in teaching was created four years ago and is currently awarded to a faculty mem- ber chosen through o year-long process of intensive screening. The selection for the Teaching Recogni- tion Award is made by a representative group of students. Nominations for the award are accepted from any member of the University community during the first half of the academic year. These members of the faculty, without regard to rank or tenure, are screened in a thorough procedure of examining the specific contributions made by each nominee. Selec- tion is mode on the basis of the professor's enthusi- asm for and ability to relate the subject matter in his specific field and the success with which he causes students to feel a sincere desire to learn. The award is presented specifically ". . . for continued excellence in teaching at all class levels and for unselfish and devoted counselling and encourage- ment of his students . . ." Charles Hutchinson-1964 Recipient. l L 1 I ' ' .1 l . L .l ,ig 1 165 rc-:L 1 1 ,X ' x, -. 'ww' QED .m FS' - r 1 ' F 525 E: EL- -.- .1 KI.. ' 5 ,nr - -,' -- 1 'zffzfr ips-il 'ws' P . J-3.-Q . .. . , M, iq:-L gf' " " 1 "Lg ,.12'19 Am--, ,.,,,- - , ,,f11,I HT-, vim..- - 1. ,pg gs . , ny. , xg.. 53-gnu ,J -uw. I 1 -'L-wif A-PW' :Fi 1. 3 P - 1 - ,A-f, . is V v N ' Frqgp' X F, .J , yn. ' w-- , Lf. J N '.. V E.. C" -4 , 11 ' .11"' ' . ,-'yum .V f ' f - E' , .-J. -5 119, 5:1 jlif.: " f'.-:J ' :,-n:::3,t- . .1 P . ,-l. , . .5 L',!.!+, -,W-in-Q,-i,+f V -,. 1 ,Q m K.. 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W 5 -1 ..3, V -,f V V ,vp ., , , , g.-,Ma , V :v .. , . .,- .. I NL y 4 ag-'gn ,, .. , , Ja- ,. ?'.1:Qw 'Q 1 ' 1-Q 5 ga., z X is 3,4-fg- 41 'g 'i ,, .5 ,. - ,1f. N-rl'1', Mt . slut. K 1 N I I. -T-- ul! W -vwq-...HT Ei 9 '1 '95 - Timur: f A af. -1, -'1 4 Panhellenic President Andy Shippey. progress and communication-- panhellenic goals Progress and communication have been success- ful goals for Panhellenic this year. After Dean Parrish's inspiring speech at the Spring Installa- tion on the topic of "Communication," the mem- bers of Panhellenic have become even more active on campus. There were joint committees with IFC as well as cooperative efforts to discuss pertinent matters with the Faculty Committee on Student Affairs. Girls this spring participated in the IFC Blood Bank, worked with the Vocational File in the Women's Center, and continued their support of the Clearing House. With emphasis on upholding high academic standards, the Panhellenic Scholarship Tray was awarded to Delta Delta Delta and a scholarship given towards "Operation Crossroads Africa." Much time was spent in planning unifying social activities such as exchange dinners, weekend mountain retreats, and a special pledge retreat. Front Row Pam Hayes, Lilly Reser, Mary Braund, Sally Reed, Mary Zinn. Second Row: Sue Lewis, Jean Benford, Judith Jewell, Margaret Garvey, Pam Lovejoy Judith Klein, Paula Hansley, Mary Faisje, Nancy MacForland, Andrea Shippey. f' 'Tw jV5L ii sg 1 f 1 It 5 M wx, 'I .lf-F 3 l P23 I! ., iff: m I ,UN JJ 11 KM he -s - . -" ,J . "3 Q ' N 3 J' fv ' wi" -,W jx V ,, V--, ..., JL, f1:Akk'x . viz' j N, I.- Qu,-Q Qflililk-gm' X K , .- ,. .,,, j, i ' Q4 Lvl 'viggi .Vg ii' gi wmpeivv fx mx V '-sl, XA f. ,f,' ' ' "ul 'lr l 11 Qwgqg E ' ,ff W 7 Q x v 1 , 3 -K N M 3 EX W Kgs in 3 M I 3. IME fx, M I V. L , HL I " s. 1 K A 1 I H I K 1 n - I 1 HA , TV Y: 1 t :H -SQ ua, ,fl E f S11 mjff' 5, :Q , ... V , Fi! H 1 T -'42 ' B1f,?,glg 2 "" 1 i-"' I 'f""""l I 5 L"-1: 'TH ' KN- A I . :Fri ,4, V x gl 5 E: -, ra " W 5 A? , . 4 Q T ' - Y rg lgzrgi V G, The lnterfraternity Council continued to aid and encour- age the internal and external changes of the Greek System which would best reflect the changing attitudes ot Greeks and the university community. IFC has endeavored to inject new ideas into the system. The positive growth ot the system is represented by the J ..i, successful colonization ot 'J F Alpha Kappa Lambda with the encouragement and active support ot the IFC. The fra- ternity system also has ex- panded its horizons beyond its own organizational structure to the city ot Boulder by in- stituting the IFC Blood Bank in cooperation with the Boul- der Community Hospital and the Belle Bontils Memorial Blood Bank. George Sape-IFC President. Front Row: Bruce Pringle, Bruce Kennard, Harris Hindin, Charles Licka, Gary Miller, John Schaefer. Second Row: John Armstrong, Don Fitzpatrick, George Koutsoubos, Glen Brink, Thomas Barton, Richard Ball. Third Row: Jay Cope, John Stemmons, Bob Burr, Jerre West, Peter Ashworth. 'I , H 1 1 l fl 1 sororities Year Sorority Founded Pi Beta Phi 1884 Delta Gamma 1886 Kappa Kappa Gamma 1901 Chi Omega 1906 Alpha Chi Omega 1907 Delta Delta Delta 1910 Alpha Delta Pi 1914 Kappa Alpha Theta 1921 Alpha Phi 1924 Alpha Omicron Pi 1926 Sigma Delta Tau 1946 Zeta Tau Alpha 1948 Alpha Epsilon Phi 1952 Gamma Phi Beta 1954 Alpha Gamma Delta 1958 from 1884... Page 178 180 182 184 186 188 192 194 196 198 200 202 204 206 208 S. JONES, Meckstroth Adamsf Y' Williams V F. Jensen ' PI'E5idBhf Pl'GSldEf11' 'Cdl-reg 'Sec Hquge' Mgnqger o f'9'f25?"mii A"eggl2ii,iittiittiih iiiiigstiiiifi- Qffgsflf' Rgalaef Q55u!30'dVQlge W lgg!'3eC'fEi2'F!,!'d it M-,Qgvad ii, wal- , .N K -Z ! 1"':!,5: gre, 1 Nw - ml. M :J ' N1 . , Q, A' , ' e it i ' - 4, J ' '- '- - -e v'.A -'-A-':': i ' s I, ' --'-' e -i ' - , A e s sa i f M is K t gt Befffg? that 'e Cfmibeauf K-icflhdie U , ' ' i , ' 1' ' , , Z, , H, is i V f Y , Ig fFri11 J. Frazier ff. Free!-ign P,-Garvey if 'S. Geokgel Qi'Ginn ,J,.:ESreenqn1eygr VB. Greog F. Greslin Y X j cgiaarron Q aksaogsefsi it Hurggg Jotfhson gm rc. Ulggrgens ,g,LKcy? qcifef B. Krrowiton f .. ,RI Y , , K: fe. Z :- fi A 4' 4 I ww H: ' .1 5-su 51394 w P'HKrcuse S Kuhlmey J MO'-WUI!" M oldest sorority on campus-- pi beta phi hosts swedish student 178 ix -1, 1' S f'. 5 "4 1 . si- :" Pi Phi Dads inspect Pi Kap fire truck. They call her "Flamin' Mamie!" Newcomer I Nl9F"l"7l. ' 5. New-hon Js!Novdk Phillips s. Pullerr Q A C. Reevesl' ' Rl2Sen . S Rii5fShewmaker L helg .., . -7 ii .sw i " """" First sorority on campus, the Pi Phi's began at CU in l884 and lived in Old Main and the Aspen House before moving into their present home in l922. A fall pledge class for the Pi Phi's included two Freshmen Queen finalists and Pi Kap Barn Dance Queen. While the "Flamin' Mamie," the Monmouth Duo, and Dads' Weekend highlighted the social calendar, the seminar pro- gram and the "Faculty Sing" kept the Pi Phi's academically acclimated. A bit of Swedish charm and culture was added to the house with their foreign student, Bissan Malrnfors. 890 l lth Street. x Xs- 1 128 Pennsylvania Avenue. Delta Gamma, CU's second sorority, first met in 1886, using Old Main's basement as their tempor- ary chapter room. ln those days the DG's were o struggling woman's "social." Today the DG's rate strong by remaining scholastic- ally alert and socially conscious. Their biggest pro- ject, Sight Conservation and Aid, brings sorority DG's-"Dirty Girls." members and alumnae together to produce volunteer work, grants, and homes for blind students. Highlights such as the Pledge Formal, the Estes Park retreat, and various unexpected sneaks kept the DG's on their feet through- out the year. 'sight conservation and aid'-- delta gamma's help the blind HE. Allen Arbufhnbi' D.'lEngelbert 1:ilbeY' .1 Z f L Atzenweiler ,J..Bakman .M, S. B09QIdl-is Buflefg, f'G, Callahan 'LlG'lYlfI1Bf C. Qacgime, David D. Deere Fitzpatrick ' N, Frclzee Nr. Gemmill S. Gentry B. Zdbel , 1 H H! 5 fi lp JH, Hu ii ii :!! ii W :A if ' N Y iii 180 f ' - ' - l C. Abbot N. Glaze' G. Williams , K, Anderson L. Etter S. Gagnon President Vice Pres. Rec. Sec. Corres. Sec. Housemother Treasurer Pledge Social Chairman Rush Chairman Standards F. Field N. MacFarland P. Sussenbach C. Good M. Graham M. Graves M E. Gudmundsen L. l-login L. Hansen K. Hinn Scholarship Pan Hel For. Stud. ' W. Hiroki H. Hitch S. Hodges N. Holcombw P. Holland E. Holman J. Hughes A. Johnston S. Keller K. Kelley N. Kinderman L. Kling S. Layng C. Lester B. Linn M. Loomis P. MacGuire S. Marrs M. Marshall B. Maxwell C. McCandless L. McDevitt J. Meyer L. Mihalik L. Miles A. Miller S. Nance S. Nemnich P. Oviart A. Park J. Parmelee K. Pale M. Pate P. Pearson S. Peterson L. Phillips S. Pollard P. Port M. Purcell S. Quade A. Randolph P. Richardson S. Rittenhouse S. Rinenlfouse J. Robinson Robnetfm M J. Rommel 'P. Ross J. Sabin C. Sale K. Sandt M. Shelton A. S. WSloot Yylly i K. Slover V J. Spearll D. Stephens Stryble R. Sweetland . . l l . 1 1 . . .,,g,ll.f..f .L J. Thomason P. Tiedeman B. Unger C. Van Druff L. Waaaman JS. Walters B. Williams M. Williams A. Wuerthner 181 Kappa Kappa Gamma's l9Ol colony made them the third sorority on CU's campus. They lived next door to the Theta's until l925 and then moved into their present house. Their tall semester, plagued by pledge pranks including a pile of 250 mismatched shoes, was filled by Dads' Weekend, the Sigma Chi Derby, the Christmas Pledge Formal, and the Faculty Dessert. The girls also pleased the Indian chil- dren at Mesa Vista with Christmas stockings and a party. The Kappa-Pi Phi Monmouth Duo, held in Denver, began the spring and was followed by the annual SAE-KKG Okie Stomp. Present at all Kappa activities was Mortar Board's ex- change student from Greece whom the Kappa's hosted this year. L G,-een , p G,-055, ., K Gunning J Hal ,E , ' 182 i C 50 mismatched shoes I .-YQ 4 6 1 W' h""Hm,, 5 . ivmmn C. Newcomer K. Vanzwoll T. Norton S. Applegate, Mrs. McBride C. Kocan L. Belknap J. Bodily B. Hulfin President lst Vice Pres. 2nd Vice Pres. Secretary . Housemother Treasurer Pledge Trainer Social Chairman Rush-1Ch0i'rv1'1Ul'l 5 P16 -' Horton! ' N. HL.g.h5a ' HJ."lpke ' 5 NL. flump ll'.iKE5+ih "iMzE?gKelley .Kindred J. MQKWGTT B: Magowan M. Mcnilliard M. Marllng C. Marr P. PV. Mctllegiry J. MrgCo'rl'er B.5.McCullaugh B. Mcllroy M. McKinney D. Pickering s. Post 5. ...lg5f1rs.7erQoick B.xR6'ilGIi1d! T s. fiiznoids Rhodei B. Roberlson J. Rabinell' .1 564 X2 s. Roefzel N. Ronsriiim I. samcano sausage D. Shaw' J. shlisemake ..g3i.5..simpson c. smee J. smith ,4sL.Srnifl'1 M. Spenter S.S15iriney " "' "'ii V' ' " ' ' ' ,C. Vickers' A. Vincent 5. Waechfer J' Watson Watson K- WUTTS " M. ignite D.f.Wilbamson my D, Willisoggw N. Worgesler Young TG. Ziegler . J. Zierenberg ' flexible study tables, active tutoring-- chi omega's stress learning E , , .xx H ll ' H a me - egg s. Book K. Boone B. Both hi Browri ' L. Carpenter fl.. Colville M. Chrioroosolo c. clomerlf P. Coleman J. Courtvgey- WP. Cummins Rizyent M S. lbiehlm N, Doolittle S. 'Doilittle l. .l.iDLxdley :ZZ N. East VVE. Eickert ll .gl see :I .ll ll ll -1. ll em-ll will ll so . og x ll . - , , .ll , Q . 9 3 f'3":- - ' - fi' - 'Q ' ,Q - . ,. L., feliwqf' ' AA, .-. 5 'A - f I 44- H , 1 Y, 4 A IM.-.1 A H .-.-35-,lx 5 5 2 1 if -Ei-YMWA " " "ski , wl- i - 1 K A 'f' - l Vi , .I fi- 'H ,sv , J gil -I 5 sg ' -- Y l I , . ' V b l N -its-4 -f 7 , ' J, . , , ri , . ..:V 1 - - f ' V. QP. "Ekis?g' n B. Elriiiii it Fleckl' NK. Fliiiner il ll I.-fldvdl -i Fvlifffii S- Peril C. Gallciaher S. Gebnuer S lj.GiTlitZ Green K. Gribbens .T P. Griffin ? M. Haley S. ,Hammond .. .. . .. . . - .. . ' ir.. - - .. .. Ts.. ..,.,--,L-.. n-u-..-- -r u..,.u. u u..:..1- J- HOITUQS HOQIUGS V55 QEEHUQHS? it HflLll'E!3f1Ol"l 3? K. lbQClllS 5 lKTfJ,0l'leSgi5i P. KGISQI' g S. King T34 . sslless 2 M . S 34 ::. Q. E f l wil? lim Q 5... l. -Q-f iw l B 5 Q To ,N , .- . .E fm . S , W L. aff' ' ' l l ,l a ' F l ' . .222 lllllll U Illllll U Illllll lilllll -l.. Chi Omega was founded in l906 as the fourth sorority on campus and has grown from six chapter members to one of the largest sororities at CU. They moved to their present house across from the UMC in l928 and have since built an addition. This year the Chi O's have put more stress on the importance of learning. Flexible study tables, active tutoring, and faculty desserts are some of the innovations used to achieve this end. A large pledge class of 53 girls earned second place in the Sigma Chi Derby and helped the actives and Sig Eps with house decorations - "Buffing the Elements." The Fall Formal and the spring Pirate Party completed the social calendar. The Chi O Twelve Tones rehearse. J. Kirkton Lx. Lake L. Lgssila R. Lindenmeler J. Lyng M. Manning G. Mast M. Matlock S. Maxwell J. McClintock P. Meivgdeiv S. Morgan M. Nefhery K. Newcill B. Nicholson J. Niswonger P. Overton C., Paul if K. Rogers K. Roth J. Sackse J. Sgyell 'K. Shibley F.'5mlley L. Sorenson M. Stanfield D. .Stewart N. Strom S. Sutler J., Taylor lOl l l6th Street. fri ? L 42 , 3 5' ' 5 fyagiiw I K. Wolclren W.'Wcirner S.'Wenworth S. Wherry K. Willcockson R. Wiflqgghby l --Q -.-, ' alpha chi omega's pledge foreign guest With an already large pledge class of fifty-two, Alpha Chi's added one more by pledging their foreign-exchange student. The spirit of actives and pledges led to a third place trophy for Homecoming decorations which they proudly displayed for their Dads' Weekend. Fathers were entertained with a banquet and Charleston dancers at the traditional Alpha Chi Speakeasy. Such traditions date back to l907 when Alpha Chi Omega was founded as the fifth sorority on campus. From the original 8 charter members, Alpha Chi has grown to lO8, and expansion caused them to move to their present house, closer to campus, in l93O. After Christmas the A Chi O's studied to keep their scholastic rating of second on campus. s 1 , ..- 53325512 537. Q ' , - nz, - fi? me 1 5 ,AWQ .gww , ' .. 1 ' 1:-:Q H1 c 1 1 1 ' ' --bg sw 211252. .. ' 1 fe.. 11 Q , L S. Qcged Acligrmcn XW. Welleinx Connie Ppsorske Bngigocis Mrs. Alquisf M. Bacon P. Benwell L. Bifter M. Blanc ' Presiilenf V' Vi2:eMFres. Secrk-:-Tdry' ' W Trddfxjrer Pledg6?Truinaf Housernother - - -- Y---W --- -----W - Vr., .V ., . Y .N Y. --...,, ,,..,, ,, , , , 'Lf L.. k..llrll-J L.. uulllrl IVL LJUVEII H. LJuWluIu"' lvl.1r.luwluIu r.. xncuycl H. uurllrlg lx. uuy U. ucnyca s... uncaauuuu L. Ellnof 1 L. Etfchason M. Eftlebrnck M, Exshburn S. Fellmer T. Garland L. Gerverf 1 A.F.5i2yer S.,Ggver1s ,J ..-. .Grace Cfgfross G. 'Hacker V S. Haley ,. K-g5l9fdY M-1-HOFIU J-.QHOFUYSN ,gr ,. ,y Swlglpryis xJ. Hqfjtburg Hgggiricks- Shljersey A. Hines C. Hqffmgn L. Holby , MQEHuIse P Swl,gmes W N, Nvggewell 1025 15th Street. K xv x M, 4',...,.,-4-y Rush Week and a new pledge CIOSS. One of the oldest sororities on campus, Delta Delta Delta has lived in their present house since they were founded in l9lO. Tra- ditional sorority events again high- lighted the Tri-Delt year. Pansy breakfast, a style show in honor of all engaged senior Greek women, was combined with Mom's Day this year. The first victory of the year for the Tri-Delts was the addition of an outstanding pledge class. They then went on to capture first place - Gold Division - of the Home- coming house decorations with the SAE's and to win trophies for the Freshman Queen, Sigma Chi Derby Queen, and first place in the Sigma Chi Derby. Their extra- curricular activities did not detract from their scholastic achieve- ments, and they worked to retain the highest sorority average on campus. A. Johnson H. Jones M. Jones C. Kates S Kea ll S. Kiddo K. Kington G. Lannorn B. Leader P L C Lndland N Lftl J. Meyer N. Phipps S. Poe E. Randall S. Rice C R M R rn I D R bin on S. Robinson S. Rugtiv A. Rutherford S. Soxe S Shaft S D N . C 4, - ' 'Y ' V' i Us ' 7 A l l 'K ' p l I . -9 174. Y' xxx - , 'U' ' J Q A ,,. ,L , M C. Stone M. Tobin M. Varley C. Villa C W lkc G W th be W l 'iillll rwiicox c. wiidl' I s.willielPZffn l Nllvlnner A wi N was K wang sr delt a delta p I n . sigma ..li rby ..,:gf' i ii ii iii it -if-algae ,, l ii ' ii 'WT' Q, - , fo sl! if WGS 516593 1 1 5-fi 4.,,w 3' I , X 491. 'f .w 'Q 4 'iw ,Ea .mf 'P A J 3 E A 1 I l I aff K W if The happy end w H+ Q--1: 1 of C1 hectic Rush Week. A 'Y 4-if r-,,,o-r" if .bk- 'L , a 15,1 1 , 565-r , f ' -KW- - aw "B, f - .NHL , fe JL 3 E f' J T2 h 1: s I l i ag. hey. -his .i M2 ii .Q - W - an iii -5- .Q Y ',- ' V ll 3' .Si get ,551-af , ,, it 5 Yi - ii iiiV3,j-5' ii iigiru ii Hiizzifsii it x i V iilggfgs' iii? - i -5 Q' E ii ttyl? iiim2p..lNl' . l i 1 y c r . s 'c J - iiegismd s. Qlleasog i.. Qritling, 1 ii. ' 'ea s 'f .E S :Ei ,Q Efilii ' intl ' N l it - -X sff si-,, 12- M The wind was wild at homecoming, and the giant players of the ADPi- Phi Psi decoration toppled and were carried down the street in a funer- al procession. However, they were set up again in a past, present, and future motif which won a third place trophy in the decorations con- test. Something newl The ADPi's invited the Chi Omega's over for hot dogs and all the trimmings. The Chi O's entertained at dinner with songs and guitars. The evening was a huge success and established new bonds of friendship between the neighboring Greek houses. The ADPi's became neighbors to the Chi O's only eight years ago. Needing more room, they expanded with an addition to their still-new house in l96O. Before living at their present site, the ADPi's, known as the Kappa Delta Pi's until l9l4, lived in both the present Alpha Chi Omega and Lambda Chi Alpha house Last minute repairs made on Thursday night before Homecoming weekend, ASA HH -rr ,cf- L... uf V 'ak' ..,,,1,i. , ,,, , ,..,, , ,gr 1 - Wig, ai? 1 - - 7 f -539-V 1 -V - 2?- - W. Prxce "' pa Pledie Trainer? Rec: Houiemofher f Treasuier Social Chairman House Manager ' 1 N Q .S.,Ang5tman L.Afk1ns Baker Y J.j3qrker 1 V. Burrgxgi M:. n5Qnhu1fi C. Bafrgaherer Bickkafc? L. gcdenschatazzi - ma wa Wa : - Q11 - S . L. - - :1 . .. a. I .1 ,..,.. . 1 KL-Kitchen M.'KleiYsf:h K.'KrL1e9QQL izzy E ,Cumarhed 'W L, Ley, Lewis 'T P. Livi,E1ggsfonv, S. Ldlimah f Mains kappa alpha theta wins homecoming 194 I Them "Sink," 1333 University Avenue. The Theta's have moved from tour locations since they were first established on campus in 1921. Now, apparently satisfied with their present site, the girls plan to expand with an addition where the annex now stands. The Grand Prize for homecoming decorations began the Theta's tall semester. At the end of the semester 46 out ot 52 pledges went active. Support ot the Institute of Logopedics and a Greek boy under the Foster Parent Plan, the "Mardi Gras" and formals, and the winning Homecoming decoration completed another active Theta year. B. 'Maxwell H T. Mayo. M. McCollum S. McCdsIine S. McCd5lihe J. O'Banion C. Olson K. Olson C. Osborn T. Pcilmer ffliA.llp5tfae Pettit eiperry r Hf5K.iPfiueger f.c.PieV2. L. Pirie ,L. Reed Kptilithey 3 L. Robertson UL Rouse, B.eSQiaZr eggs. Steimgjl. 1si7sgephen3 Jhsierqys srfoifell fr -L.,Syt.1re 'T ixffisyveney N..'Tesitor' M. Tielke R. Ulhein- Vunggnft MdnDyke. H Nggyvendt iw. im WG. Wheelock H HQ. Wilsopg., 195 alpha phi's hear dr. rozek Although residing in the newest Greek house on campus, the Alpha Phi's have been at CU since l924. Their present house was finished in November of l964, allowing them to move from the present SDT house. A pledge class of 60 girls taken in fall rush attended the annual pledge-active retreat featuring guest speaker Dr. Rozek and a panel of students who discussed a woman's place in society and on campus. Highlights ofthe social calendar were the pledge-presented Sup- pressed Desire Party on Hallo- ween and the annual Phi Ski held at the Silver Queen in Georgetown. A Christmas tree makes a house a home. 1164 777 Broadway orclar A Jusflce D Kalmccoff H Kessler C Kahloss K Kolms K Kulp L Lambert J Levnff C Lyman S Mcrcmde S. Malkin C. Maxwell M. McCreery S. McKee C. McLennan L. Miller J. Miller T. Miller N. Moore R. Mullins M Mungef T Owen 5 packard M Pole L Pease M Prevedel N hmmgen R Schroeder N Sevfferf A Shepherd K Sneferf L Slgurdson V Sums S Snow S Sparks C Sfarr S Stepham K Slemcr J Templeton G Thorne 197 Rush Chdiqfpan Q Y f Hawaiian Formal in the spring. , .W ,mx , -Y Zim, , . W. VV.: ,!.i' - F: 35357 ,Q ww, V . 1, - jg' E - -1: -V A, , 101515thStreet. ' ,gl g?"7 f'fS. Y' 7 '.1if'5a'AffSfL.!w -5 lygqf PW r X b x:mLhx.,N. 1' . - .td '- ,INC if' V ' .h . - '-, is 'yy' wx f 1' R .: - "g- K3 " a l", I XYZ. i ga X foreign student hosted by alpha omicron pi Alpha Omicron Pi was installed at the University of Colorado in l927. The chapter house was completed in i929 and was pictured in a national maga- zine as the most perfect example of a sorority house in architecture and planning. With Dad's Weekend, the Fall Party, and the Rose Ball in the fall, and Moms' Day and the Hawaiian Formal in the spring, AOPi's annual social events were complete. The AOPi's were also host to a foreign exchange stu- dent from Argentina, helped a Japa- nese boy through school, and sent Christmas toys to children in Kentucky. vi s' 114' S v ' ' v nxg, iv! I J N tl .5 Y , yi 2 I w. lg,'o.sh,.,.C 'Vi "L ', gf , ff'i"A gm! J-4. 'i : 'e if M. Dayjgj B. Deckcrd J. Denjarest M. Fenes Fickes J. Forney D. Foster K. Garrett J. Goodhort M. Griffith C. Groves M. Handy W C. Hansen C. Hechen- M. Henderson M. Herzberger M. Horner K. Knosr ' JT bleikner , , ,Q J .eg , . . B. Kraus JB.-Kull B. Limoine B. Lockwood s. Love ii.. lmqmqiqm C- Q1-llf1,lCll'l.V .Sl Read J. Reese S. Rehbein E. Roberts P. Sargent 'l c. saynepf N. Schmidt ic. scan K. same . o. smafh i c. sremberg if V -... W. .. ....... s -. v..,.........,. V - .Q fe, . ,Ki X l l l. - h 199 1 f as s ll il. . fi if i" W - 1 rj-if-.. ' .. , A., . M, i -.1 , e i si. i , -z, '-'N l 888 13th Street. Cohe n Mrs Y President ,Vice Housemofher ' M55-zqrefcry Treasurer Parljgmenforion 7 L C-Ifi'i'S5m5i3fiQ' 'Gllkkgif I ni.:m-- in r-n-u-u e nn,1.--, I m-n--n. .u r...-,n,.-. Y Y Q U ,,R. Olse-ni VH. Perier .-.-im., N-.. 4 t..-.-.'. ,-.-. ,. .-'N I ir 35.3, L it it Y - ii it V J. sakoban L.-Stein M. stem c. 'sunshine Rfsweamgin Ebslilfief Jtisfiilfuieen ' Dftrufkeni Msg varen c. jzeiigson sigma delta tau's retreat to estes park Since it was founded at the University of Colorado in l946, SDT has flourished as a sisterhood, and new traditions have begun. SDT has grown in membership and academic standingg and to accommodate this growth, they moved into the old Alpha Phi house in the fall of l964. SDT held its annual Retreat in Estes Park where the Sig Delt's had the chance to discuss future activities and to establish close rela- tionships. They took the second place trophy in House Decorations Competition with the Phi Sig's. Rehearsal for AWS Review Y-2.9, -.i..z 1 107 12th Street. S as Q? mir.-if msg Z 1 202 'C, West Mrs. O, Turner P Owens uckley ,Presiden f Vi K. ff W ng L der CE 13,1 SG 35BQn 1ce 1 15 Social, D , . Corlisie C. Chernackf L. Coleman 1, Costiow V Akyy A Q 5 I A ali: ' m U'AA S Q Emi " 'X ' 'vllffgiiffx f B4 H " 'T ,ggiiim 'L' g Bubqch :mam Since their founding on campus in l947, Zeta Tau Alpha has retained its present house and its old tradi- tions. An addition, completed in l965, attests to their awareness of growth and change. Zeta's began this year with a "shocking" Homecoming house decoration done with the men of ATO. The fol- lowing weekend, the annual pledge-active retreat was held at Aspen Lodge in Estes Park. ln November Moms' Weekend was enjoyed by both the girls and their mothers. All were kept busy, there was brunch at the Lamp Post, Judy Henske at the Buff Room, the football game, and skits. The Malibu in Denver was the scene ofthe Winter Form- al. The spring semester included such events as the White Violet Formal and Greek Week. ZTA-ATO decorations represent the electric chair. zeta tall features weekend alpha for moms in fall A r 'c.lPr'idl Jcsrffys S5 rthut 1 552: 1 :ss X W. ,,, if 1 ,1..w iii iii . ii i, it 1 'li will ii 'iw M M'C,tt r iPqu'is6Rif , Y 22? l ii T ,Q --we ,Y 203 r Q 1 .W - . .. ff 4 iii xi-.L Y-.am Jr, Me.. D tl-.. n curl-.. rx un-- n..- n....4 u er.--n.,. A VJ... U A. -. '. 1 J. Skeer G. Stein f S. Auronsion Abramsen J. Baker? Y V gziienbei ' I if VS. ' V 1 L. mi, Bfq 'V A. Brodner S. Brolin ,H. Buchcrlfer L. Cleyman B. Cohen. NL cohefi Cfohn 2 i - 5 22: Q. .. gm 1 . . - 2 PL- Crowe A H. Dreiseszun 5 J, Eoilon , E. Fisheiiu T. Fox -E. Gelpefih YV J. gbrdoni , , 4 ' .51 , ' J, . I 47 t V , Jwgfl ' ' fi' 'T .fi - -53 H-wi i 15? ' M V j ,, h L.,MQrgoljn ' T. 'Mtimfison The AEPhi's celebrate the holidays. i z a alpha epsilon phi's receive new grass lawn 1 ' H w Y 1 w ' 1 U. -... .www-,uq-9 u. .m.n.um nn. auumucng a. lgpqp 54 vqlenru , A ' ' ffasffff Sm., W S QI? 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R Taylor P Thcmps n S T usley K Steider "L-.Vdldei J- llllliglilel' Tl- Wl9Qlh5' 5 M.'Wllson' il gamma phi beta pledges buy color tv Being one of the newest sororities on campus does not mean that Gamma Phi Beta has not yet experienced the need for change. A charter member- ship of 24 in i954 compared to the I965 pledge class of 50 indicates their rapid expansions. Just one year after they were founded and only five months after their house was completed, continued growth forced the Gamma Phi's to purchase a new annex. The pledge formal--the Red Slipper Ball-and the Dad's party in Central City supplemented several projects of the enthusiastic pledge class. The pledges purchased a color television set and gave it to the actives as a Christmas present. The pledges earned the money by selling candy. 207 .. ,,,:- -. , "':wf"- ---ur1 F 'fn - 5 E3 Jewell C f K. Young Corresf Sec. Q Irwin House Manager, Jsi Xgfanregfv' 1 ,s??S.' d socsqrcnm. Rush chaifman SchgLarship" Rap. Dads' Weekend ai' the AGD House 855 Broadway. 1 I. d r as-' .lad W? ' . 36 AGD Pledge Class for l965. A small boarding house became the youngest Greek house on campus in l958. Alpha Gamma Delta began plans for their new sorority house the same year. New to the agenda ot traditional tormals and the Spring Ambitions and Animosities Party was a pledge-active football game which ended in a tie and the "pledging" and "initiation" of AGD Dads on Dads' Weekend. ' A Also new this year wasthe spon- soring ot a program to train teach- ers to work with minimally brain- damaged children. This program supplemented the c o u n s e I o r- training work for the orthopedical- ly handicapped which the Alpha Gam's have promoted since their founding. alpha gamma deIta's 'pledge' and 'initiate' visiting dads .i ii Mi ilu xy . .. ,N-, ,, , 55.5-,, :Aim , W, 'A wi! -xx fi-iii' figzr ' i i '72 ' , i ii H, my ii .R ll i l l..JKriaus L. Lgngoster L. Larkin Lewis fSL 'Lpryd - J. Prior C. Proctor J. 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Page 21 2 21 4 21 6 21 8 220 222 224 226 228 230 232 234 236 238 240 242 244 246 248 250 252 .P , V -ivy., Xu 51 gag 1 , 'fsiiifm 'V ' 5, Y ggfcrockeh rbggggn y NA.5fDiHT':! President' Housemother Vice President. Q I t If .wi . f-f,r 1, r 1505 University Avenue. r W., A Y, I r delta tau delta--fir I 'Ax , 5 ' ,'f- in 1 Q' ' gg 5 i qt rl .. ': 51 'i , If F . X Ti A l 5- ff. 2 f -- " ' 'Q "x . - J. 2 H 212 Orphans' party ot Easter fx E. 1. . raternity at cu l Founded in the basement of Old Main in the tall of l883, the Beta Kappa chapter of Delta Tau Delta is the oldest fraternity on campus. A first in Delta Tau Delta was the Easter Orphans' Party held for children from the l-lome of Neighborly Service in Denver. Also the Delts seemed well on their way to winning the E. Ray Campbell Cup awarded to the house with the highest per- centage ot men donating blood to Belle Bontils Foundation. The Delts gained their entire pledge class from Open Rush and held outstanding social events including the Champagne Party and the Baby Party. it ittig X T. Hill TDM., Holland c.fJQhnson ic.KnQw1esS J. Magnon L R. ii ' J. McNamara D. lton 0'De J- .OISOH M5 A ller E. Palmer S. Pinkerton C.g Ralston B. Rlef C. Rogers . ' , i Y ' - A. Rolandgif M. Root EWW5 Rudolph W E. Schryver D, gears A P x " T' ' rig T lv, " T - Q9 nnb it c B i .hu F 3 -1' 4 , l D. Shubini, t. V ND, Steele L..Teague Worthington I' ' Delta Tau Delta Baby Party. tm? lla sigma alpha epsilon takes first in homecoming decorations 1 2.11 . - .gli-" .LQHL . 1 'sf 1 , , - - 1 ww. . ' ' I- Y f V L , . . . . ...W . A-. A .W .X ga . .sw pm .. l if My ee . M .. -- . ,ca , 1 SL E . . .,, . We , lil. :1.J5.sWi. 1.sSf..5,.,:H,11i"' f iniillll .5155 1 lee' if ii misfit. 1 iw: md" ss' ami- gli -' fr- 1115? A- -mf ,. w. .. . eng' .1 1 ' W .sq - N .Fig-J, Y Y Q A-6 ' F , rlgef. if', V i V' V f . :L 7 1 .1 ' NZ - ii! 5 ' ' J li. 1" ' 11.01 gziiigwi 95? ' iff' Q5 ? 'rf ' J -. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, second fraternity on CU's campus in 1891, has always lived close to the Pi Phi's. As the first fraternity house "on the Hill," the present Blue Danube Res- taurant served as the SAE home right next door to the Pi Phi's old sorority house. Following the Pi Phi's move away from campus, the SAE's built directly behind them in 1924. An addition, completed in 1957, expanded house capacity to 60 men. The Bat- Mobile in 1966 added the final touches to the visitor's view of the house. Leading in All-School intra- mural points, the SAE's look- ed forward to a fine spring season to take the All-School trophy to place next to this year's First Place Gold-Divi- sion trophy in Homecoming decorations. Socially, the War Party, Founder's Day, and the Jungle Party rounded out the fine year for SAE. The real Ugly Man on Campus. V.-A,.,..g-., A. ij., .. . . ..- if ' ' ll .bf 7 40 w 3...- J 891 12th Street. Tri-Delt-SAE decorations winner. wg T0 D0 TH .wg ' 1-7. 45? . s X H 3, . J -I 1 .' .X V-A 4. , , u ' 'iff' Fa.-5--. f f'...f9,-gh' K -9 1 1 A 1 15,-,-fw- C, .ii -G' .11-'T J- fr. Q ' 31 .K .,, ..r-I 1 ' "xl, 42' -, :V 77 .,. fi" "v- " . 1. .' " ' -. -. ' ,f 'QQ15 Jug' gh 2175 V Q ' ' 1. 'ff Y f i' 'L' .. as 3 5'-y . 7.2 H1 ...Q . me 'ef' I4 IQ , Q3 j al-3 Q .-, .. 43, awe, 1 'Z ',"':3 ,. '57 'W' A. 1 ' ' sy fvf . .A 'Q g A ' . -:Je 5 ' F N HN . , ..-, . X f - 1 aff :- -H. -. H ,, X -'qi . - i .j-. 5. J R. Bdll S. McCuf?rey J. Ceke Mrs. Heynee R. Zimmermgn F. Dilts J. Wilmore C. Ortiz B. Rom Presldenf Vice Presidenf Secretory Hoqsemother Treasurer' Pledgeffrainer Rush Chairman Foreign Student O. Romer P. 'Schlenker P. Sehmidt C-. 'Schopf B. Searles B. Sheer R. Sholar B. Shwayder J. Sloan YL. Smith G. Springsfcn R. Stocking Swain J. Thorp' Y W. Walker J. williams J. Winsfeod M. Wisenboker , ,H ., H mwjg. . kg.. X215 11-5 ,.Y,g,:. . beta theta pi earns scholastic dean's cup mini "!!!i,,Q' --"iQ51iqq"ui if" iw"'iii"' mr"-iii' :Si?Q??fiiW' 'Wj i"'j.i"WF.'fj?f' j, at L aaa .Ea i i A 1 e I. get , V, ii: i Intramural wrestling A long completion. 2 Arabian Night's Party. 810 20th Street. Beta Theta Pi, CU's third fraternity, saw their first home, built in 1900, become the site of the new Colorado Bookstore. They now await the completion of their new house. Academic emphasis has re- warded Beta Tau chapter with the Dean's Cup tor scholastic improvement and recognition as the outstand- ing Beta chapter in their dis- trict. The social calendar retains traditional activities such as the Arabian Nights Party. This year, however, the Honeymoon Hotel party was replaced by the Woogs Angels Party held in Denver. 6 . 'S' . , r ' : 'f L, I, .Q " " A N" ,, kr se I I ,Y A g V K. Crouch J.ZDrevescraft R. gi-:arms G. Rogers J., Sundell J. Witter ' 217 1-2 -, Ezegfvwlf, . . 1 11 ,,:.1,,,.i. ,,,,,,,t.,?i 2' iii 1 .A. oi son Rush Chairman J. Flgtemeyer 11 l'111sSeQlfa4l'Ql'Y 11" Bfedesdn R-Bfeese K. Brovgp B. Buell Buffington .wscqrlson ' r 5 .-- 4. ft - ' 1 f' . .1 . 9 1 ' ..,f1- 5 ' ., -Q1 "Q-:Q . ' " ' TV 7 We-' 'ti' if ' ,Q V i t .. .5 f f' ' 'f su ' 1 1: . L' - A T.. A g l H21 1 ,W c, . 4,....-, ....-.. L Y 31, r V ' , Y - - ,, - Ea- f ' QIR3 - 3 ,, , .rites , 229, 1 ' 1 1 Sfiiiifff ss 1- 11 1 ,fi 'Eaiiiillii l 1 , . "l m2525351 1 V .1 Q W sf, V . 5511 W . 1511 , 5wsz1... 'l 'l , .1-175,19 l 1516 1 - .1 if K 1, 1 - , . 1:SU,,,, - 43,-, rl' . 1 ' ?f - . 1 Q , 25 ' 011 ..,, .3111 11 1' -F' ' - ' 1 rays' 4 11 .11 -5 ,ambien , 11 11 N M " ' '- - f ' em- 1 .11..11v211 .swf Y M12 111 If Q5 Q , E A I se T11 11 '1isi'EXi2ff mm? .af ,ll lll ll -.'iw'2:i1-zf11 HN' . 1 'iefll , 4'-W1 me 'll gl l 'll H lt Cl ll H"lT7H?f?5" 11 tll Yi "l111 11" ' "lllHl'fi5?Q3l' W-E331 .1 ...Wa , ,,..1gm,, :F W 1 1 1 E Y 41 ,if V . M: 1 as W .fl , Q -l. V H X n,.. YV V , 5 1 g l l , l .1 l V s . - , . , . 11 ifiliiif ' ' 1"11i'l"?Eli35l' 11 1 i1 ' 'ii 11' " 5 lf' . ' 11' 1 f ' 32252 ra: 32355 11 1,11's ,ll V 111 - Evgen A . 2,5 1 EEE.. 1 Zz , 11 e . 114 , E V .H . , . ' tree ,if is 1 1- 111' H vig 1' ' ' ' ' ll "1 fi ' "7 ' L 1 A- , W. . .1 ,. UW iff 1 q m.111E1 ' fs - 4 V. 33,1 , 22532 .. , sim- 1 i- . of .. L 11 is 11 ,mme - ww 111 - ,521 - " ' 11. 11' '3iiaf:11'1 . gg , Y f l l ... .- 7 ga fn r l I Hot Seat for Cold Feet. Since l9Ol the Alpha Tau Omegas ha sided in what is now the University c 1 sion Center. One day the house was sol without notice. lt was later discovered tl the treasurer had sold it and was enjoyi himself in Mexico, living off the profits his real estate deal. d The Tau's sought new residence at 909 l Street which is their present home. T years ago a much-needed and extens facelifting was begun. The rehabilital structure is called a radiator by some c an up-side-down book by others. This year's Open House in February signified the firsl completion of the S250,000 addition. y The enthusiastic Tau's have had more to be proud of than their unique houseg a 44-mari pledge class, active members in studen government, a high ranking in University in tramurals, and a "ravishing" social life hav1. brightened the ATG year. 'Mx E'..y. s- '11 909 1 4th Street. . -Q -...K 2 J? ls ti? -" J. Beal 'llvlftittteson ff 'UL iilips' The Sink served as the first home of Sigma Nu-founded at CU in l902. After living in the present Blue Danube Restaurant, the Sigma Nu's moved into their present house in l935. Beginning the year with the second largest pledge class, the Sigma Nu's highlighted their social life with the Drop-and-Add Party, Homecoming, the Christmas Party, and formals. Yet, in 220 Comstszck F H ,Kurbgch , B Ltfell J Ll i 'Giflfiest R - Y:-'.F.fSeeley 4 spite of their other activities, Sigma Nu maintained its academic standing of sixth on compus. The Sigma Nu's and the Tri-Delts demonstrated their musical talents by taking the Songfest Grand Prize. Before Christmas the pledges collected and re- built toys which they and the Chi Omega's gave away at an orphans' Christmas party. I s I g m l O43 Pleasant Street ws wm songfest W .Ll 1 All l want for Christmas Party. cysmirh l N . J. Smith ,gwilsfciley iii S. smnley 55 -rw .. .WVQJ N -CIF' f ix, A -A . B.ASfoub B. Steinforfh D. Sweat R. Taylor fp"-,uih '-x, VC-1' ,., 4? 1 Q.-A 1 P. White G. Wilkins F. Winslow B. Winters J. Vyofford SSV H' T. Wcuocllguff ,SV J. Wright L. Zivmpqrman l iq -elggelmg l ' ak'. ef " - ' phi delta theta retreats with dg's 222 , .,.V W.. ,, ,yu , . ,. 3 We g."GIynrg T3 Hunt ' .E Jacobson C Jacques R Lake B Lonferman Lowk P Metzger K Morgan 'fl if J Ripngqsfer JQRutledge C Scott EJ Johnsen C Ley Mumma D Session 5243- 55535 S' H T ...l J. Spegr R. Spelvn STCIX' Tiheig :JJ . Toomey ia. Taylog Thomas M. Tiqgqn gy.:-1 Phi Delt intramural football. gg, wang weigs 5. whgary G. woods --1 11- ll l l College Avenue. This year the Phi Delt's aimed at attaining a more proficient scholarship system, Their intramural program continued strong with spring all-school championships in the decathlon and tennis. On campus in l902, the Phi Delta Theta's have lived in their present house since its completion in l925. A new addition was finished in l956 leaving the house as it stands today. A highlight to the year's pledge program was the annual Phi Delta Theta-Delta Gamma pledge retreat, when the pledges heard campus professors and held group discussions. The social calendar, mean- while, saw the traditional Woodchopper's Ball, Concert by the Creek, and Pajama Party. . f ' - xg Y :: ii L .IJ - N..iiii25E.... ,Y iii iii iii we 5 iis1imif:w .Q,iSchu'ler 3513. Ashman 5 L. Belief TW.T5k1tcheIlerii'i."' C.. Bodelfrwv ii"i,"iiiBfQgfef'liiiii ll .G.ilBrWTi' Mffiiirown 31' Reporter-Hist. fl i ,Y ' 1 I- 2? 'il'i Brynes 'D,,ClCIl1UhCl1l S. Coerfli R. Davis all Davey G. Engles 'L. Farrar MW. Ferrilli B C. Gardner B' ii iii ' ll' lllsss ll ill ll - TTT iii -...fm . V H- VN V 5 ,, 521:12 Daughters of the Golden Heart. sigma phi epsilon six semesters above all-men's average Once a struggling house with lO charter members operating from one of the oldest fraternity houses on campus, Sigma Phi Epsilon now hasa newly re- modeled house and over 70 active members. The fraternity boasts six straight semesters above the all-men's academic average. The Ep's also hope to increase campus activities through the Daughters of the Golden Heart, an auxiliary organization, comprised of l5 girls who are selected each fall. Gold League firsts in wrestling, bowling, and soft- ball, a second in volleyball, and third place finishes in basketball, football- and gymnastics, added to Sig Ep participation in all-school competition to win the Gold League Intramural Trophy for the 1964-1965 season. J. Finoccm B. Fleming J. Folk W. Fowkes f B. Franklih M. Gencifeau J. Hamm J. Harpshife J. :Him A. Honegger A. Horberg. W. Huffman J. Insinger J. Kastah! D. J. Krys R. Kuhllng D.NManclni , M. McKean E. McVey D. Meyer K. Michael B. Monaqb - B. Ogden S.'Peterson C. Porter ' F. Pgiver B. Ransome B. Robertson G. Sape J. Schreiner R. Schumacher T. Scott B. Shearer A. Shilling ' J..Shipjpey D. Snow A, Spilman T. Stewart R. Torbef T. Trlpleff J. Turk B. Warren P.'Wa1'kins J. Wigotow 1005 Broadway. ' ' -PEEEQISQEGE. fi. ZQX Clfififslhif' -J'-125355. - QE.-Vi7'E'11S. Z f 3'5'7ESS0'Uli'f, ..'W-31691592155 lissi tm' Lu i, iiiiilllmiilllii -Mm' 1. 1 gg. ,inf ...'..miu.. Q ,.f.5sstg acacia plans new, larger chapter house Acacia has realized many changes since its founding on this campus in 1911 and the building of its present house in 1923. Evidence of these changes can be realized in the frater- nity's rapid growth in chapter size. This growth has produced the need for more room, and a new house has been planned that will serve the needs of 55 men as opposed to present facilities for only 35 men. Acacia, fourth in all-school football, also placed in both track and water polo. The Prison and Christmas parties were highlights ofthe social calendar, while a Christmas party given for orphans was such a success that more are planned for the future. 5 1 H R. Fowler H. Goodglgh W J ones Kiely J. Patterson J. Perskhiffe- B. Pian J. Pollock J. Puffer T. Reddihg T. Savage F. .Seydel QD, -Smiley LF' f' V . .fri uv h rr -.ly .Q- TH ,-V is HN N' , Q., ss ,Q Yves., 955 Broadway fn ' A 5 . J- I x 'ff -v W 'H - - .Mu Q-A-H f , n ,'- , - ' 1 - , - , Y A - .-r -4... . - ' "Af-f rx , ."."f, V ff ...M ' 'fn A -M.,-'.' .5 -- 1 ., . b p. 1 f -up . ' ' .. A ' .-in Q , -HT .. SLki.Yt, D er 1. ' , . 41.3.4-. 5 mgfsa. ,hr :Y .G . -.r.s....1 ,. ,, 5- . A 3 ' 1' - ' 4-.,--'- 'T 'ik - . IMD- .4 ' ' I v v ' - Ti' 1 "3 , ' .,, V if J ,mfg-5 A. - - q -x, 5 1 may-i""' Fiji Islander. uf,- . -14 X -. ' . ,Q .,3,7-,bl 'E, a33?'44R,i.: 1. ' 1" Ziff 131--:fi Qt-'irlg -V T' i ' "3775s-ll' X wgla' i029 Broadway. phi gamma delta house is 51 years old The Beta Kappa Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta was founded on the University of Colorado campus in l9l2. The Phi Gamma Delta house has been a familiar landmark at the University of Colorado, retaining the same address at lO29 Broadway for 5l years. The recent addition of a new housemother's room in l96O will be sup- plemented by a complete house renovation planned for the summer. Socially, the Gams had an eventful year begin- ning with the Barn Dance where the brothers recreated the Wild West. The Toga Party was held at Homecoming, while the Pajama Party, Roaring Twenties Party, and the Grub Formal rounded out the fall semester. The Gams' pop- ular music serenades highlighted the spring, and the "Fiji lsIander" was held just before finals. 'Rv Poineranz Scott' Q-S J. Wells '- me N . M 33.36 limi? - will -, 1715 Aurora Avenue. -'-4-sf ' ' sigma chi derby--seventeen years old Sigma Chi founded its Beta Mu chapter on this campus in 1914. lt had the distinction of oper- ating its first chapter house in the location now occupied by the Sink. Sigma Chi moved into its present home in 1952 and added a swimming pool in 1958. ln spite of numerous residence changes, Sigma Chi has maintained several traditions on the Buff campus. At the annual Sigma Chi Derby - 17 years old now- sorority pledge classes gather to demonstrate their competitive spirits, varied talents, and good humor. There is also a fifteen year history behind the Sigma Chi South Sea Party, and the Miami Triad is held every year by Sigma Chi, Phi Delta Theta, and Beta Theta Pi. - Housei Manager ll H 1 H 'E 1 M' 2 ALL 1 ' --f 'Eg 4 'ii lu : H: 'N' iii , 54 , 1 ,, . . E mfs H 3 ,- N Y 'X fi. . ' .1 ,wr .M M MM- ,gig . it W N. ii Mil, 1 Y it Q i, -1 W" ii it 1? ii: if 1 ms ,mg --12 ,. ei r fi iii w w 1 jm, it 1- 453, in i gs , Y , Ui, , , Q, ' , 'H 1 is Q 1 Q -' 1-, X XX A " 'ttf Ps lg, , f !l.+..'Qv 42223 is 1 , It 49" :fx Qu fp. f QM 64" be -xi fi- 'I.b2 Z - - Q- - ff? it um l J ' ' -0- K N 1--V V iii- ,T A 'U'--' ' ,K ffl' ' ,. . ' ' N.1L ' . -Q G'-,J . , ' 54,3 . s - , -- . ' I As' Q Zf 39-J? B., 2, ,' .F 1 gn N F!-f' 0. .L .- L -I A-1. Asi' in 'Q . - l 41, f 5' f 1' 'W 12 51 - ff! gg? 1:5 'N l phi kappa psi draws large pledge class Since l9l4, when Phi Kappa Psi was founded at CU and its ten members lived in the garage attic of the University president, the Phi Psi's have known many homes. From the south edge of Boulder, they moved to the present Theta house in the l93O's and after the war to what is now the Extension Center Building. ln l958 they connected and remodeled two houses to produce their present home. This year, returning to a newly redecorated house, Phi Psi caught the spirit of the Phi Psi Educational and Leadership Conference. Four Colorado Alpha delegates returned to spark a fall rush week which brought a pledge class larger than any Phi Psi class of recent years. The Phi Psi's featured the Gala Gutter Gather- ing and the Sewers of Paris Party, while the social year was highlighted by the Mountain Dew party -- complete with queen, hay-filled room and live chickens. 232 124 '34 f r mga- ,..- if Sr., '24 ASE 1 H5311::3,E'EQEg?Q1':1f,--,. !'fi:5:5Efii3:11::,r1" 3' '1::1:-f:::::-xt. W , , :.:: ':::w.l::::551 ' ,haeglgaggiai ., 1Q::5::::vaf- fA'::EIf:-':'fZ91: .. ,. . 1 mr- xg.-'J - v' 1A, : N" Q' R9 '. ' Y, -.Lw vu.- A -9 .M 1' ' I' if ' V.. f .,:,.Lgg I ..: f -..J 1 - . wk- . -1,-L5 'f ,Af 'fa gk iff N I 5..Q.2.g"'ff?gg.-Vi I V -155. 29 A ' ' -in i. ' Y. . Kxlsf E., li V E H I ' K? 5 N " 'if - .L Y' A if ' ,, ' 4? Ve? J, l 1 .' .f N H V- .fp-wt .jiff- , ' , Vf ' , 115:5- V V V 7:5 I H. 1 -Q1 QT-1 wi 4 r- ,gn V.-i v,. E ,.- V, ' A W Z! Q ' ' . .3 . I K V . V A " x ' 'f' wr-Vw Mix- 8 'vm-sn-rv, L ' ' 3 +-A .. ' K.-A asa.. ' A- , -i qiwrxr-A fd N - - V V 'L W 1 h-V , Q k Q N f 1,,iK:,L.Q 7 , - fr Qs-4- 1' iv J-,fi P 5 Aw. - f ' M f fwf 5 grimy u?'f L 5 5 T 'fr 4 ' aw W .f. 44 A mf' N 'V 7 I A Ef,""L 5,5 xy- N" Aff f-34 X -' 'ui . - if ,ef 5. AV ,L Y. Ar. i M 'G-15-f N, 1 b . " .gfb.ni' ,.. . x ,.-'- ' eq, W. Ii .A xxfxiiqearlib ,,,, Aggafn Z wil! r nv eww 'fmf After a successful fall rush that bolstered chapter strength, Kappa Sigma launched its bi- centennial year on campus with hard studying, good parties, cmd participation in campus activi- ties. Kappa Sigma began with 19 men in 1916 and moved to their present home in 1946. This year the Kappa Sig's improved their house with new carpets and a new roof and are antici- o. smith , sf s G.isffing.Qer M. Taylor o. 'rebfock D. 'ruqke W P1 W QL., Zapp pating an addition to the house BWd to celebrate their fiftieth year at CU. Last year the active chapter's grades were above the all-men's average and served as an im- petus for increased emphasis on study tables and improved scholastic standing. This year's social calendar was highlighted by the Roman orgy at Homecoming, the Orphan's Party at Christmas time, and the spring formal. kappa sigma launches bi-centennial year 235 1 E . 1,5 torch-led horseback parade, 236 P Since its founding at the University of Colorado in l9l9, Phi Sigma Delta has established and main- tained many traditions. Phi Sig tradition includes the pajama party, the Halloween Scare, and the roller-skating party. The Champagne Party in the fall, the spring formal, and the Roman Ball have become part of campus tradition. The Ball is characterized by a torch-led, horseback parade which leads the "slaves"-dates-through campus to the house where they are auctioned off. These proceedings are followed by the Ball itself. Each year the house builds a float in competition with other houses for Homecoming. This year's float was built with Sigma Delta Tau and was awarded second prize in the Gold Division. After the judging the house held its annual Homecoming party at the Trojan Ranch at Gold Hill. slave-sell highlight hi sigma delta roman ball l305 University Avenue. QU LSE: Wfgcl.. YB-- 'S:'Calr1erf Corzine l3wDohmun :Foster 'V J. Eriedlund ir T. Gibbens 1080 13th Street. 5253 wr- , .fir A x QTL pkg f? .412 x , H225 J iw 'Z X . , ,1 F effilii L ' :gif fs- ii, , lil . i ii iii ii iii ,V Band-break entertainment. chi psi's have largest library For the fall semester Chi Psi won the traveling Campbell Cup after donating more pints of blood per man than any other CU fraternity. Other victories included the third place prize in Gold Division for Homecoming decorations with Alpha Chi Omega, and Silver League championships in track, tennis, and ping pong. At the end of fall semester, Chi Psi was leading in Silver League intramural points, while re- taining the '64-'65 Silver League Trophy. 1 2 Q3 . Au . Y- 23 il K ,qs Y A A, 3 - if 'Q A ' Q. Q 1 4. L.' L 'L W! ,fy HL' V A :A - .AA ' J,' 1 -Hu. - .-jnwrazi . 4,5 ,gf W . VLA A-. W . AV. A A f-:fi - A AA A. A1 45 MA' A A.-41 A .L::A,'.Qg. -5 ,,g . 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A A G-ali ' 4-- i P, I if 'Z--gsgffwjgf Efglijm N ?'?3 'fill 1'f!Ii1 frm1A aa' '.'TiP1.' 'Iii 'Y-TW ' ' A: x '-' '4:f'lf1.?L,-- -A B TLS 'FEET f EU' ',-1..Lf3"f5T.71'-::?"7?.,i',f'TT"F?E?:i?13f::g1A?-'f:97'F14n ,HH li ' " A ' -1451 4 ' 'i"gAAf"'f'-'W'- T' ' ' 'ilzilgfrfia C 1 1,1.A-Af ,AA " "f'iT'f:'Q1f "'m4f'L7'. A ' ""'Wf'Thm-ef fs',f :AAaAf fa+4'aAl AIA 21.1 - A -:ff1vF.L'i'1.:A-Q-1 1 , ""v"""':'Jx-mf 3"1........,,'- A N-. A ' 'Q-Q-'A""-1-mf A...' 'H' 'A 4,4 "' 'F' .M . X 1'-2.-...t'l"giil.fA-f-5 W1 . M, A, 5 Founded at CU in l922, Pi Kappa Alpha moved into its present house in l93O. This year the Pi Kap's newly ac- quired American LaFrance fire engine became a popular attraction on campus. Named "Big Mike" in honor of its first driver, this 56-foot-long eye-catcher was used for func- tions, serenades, and football games. The actives were constantly amazed at the efforts of a large and earnest pledge class. Never seeming to slow down, they participated in all realms of student activity and purchased a new rug for the living room .as their pledge project. Although noted for their social aptitudes, the men of Pi Kappa Alpha worked diligent- ly to maintain their seventh place academically. The aca- demic "3.2 Club" saw an ad- dition of five members to the initial membership from last year. Pi Kappa Alpha Hawaiian Party MAX' I 'SJ S 'Q Q11 0 N-,.1 :QLD . 2? i f "Sm 1 wif ff' VL Y Tifiig 71 I M fi AUNQ., f.+ Y Yu, Rav' . iv? " x 539 Qi? . I pa.-"' Z v ,L i F? N 433 PS 4N'1aQg 3235? Q. YEEQEKE5 X Q - 'Q' 2'a3f f fx H5515 H3 ,. I -1 55:1 ,, 'Bai - ig! - Y ' 5 4 ' QQ, 'X-fg,-9 V' 7 5' ., 5' 6 1,131 ' X , ,. . +"'qgi,3S?fQ1"!E! ,,,'Qg.V V' . 'H flegml -1 7263 in ., ,Q X fb. Q3,m5ff1 " 1 WAV , 5? ' 4 yuiggyff' e fig 0 sz- ,Ya ' + -A 1. s , x Z, Ja"'Fi5,.g!f 'x :,glLQtQ-, , ,pf 5 U -5 JH, . A-fi 3? 14' 1 . 1 ,r f.,, "r, "M l ' Q uiillkw.. X ,,.-- -"N . .sr 1 ., .,'I"?T' P' L. Hb." L V Y..-,, ,., 1, ,' " ln l923, when Lambda Chi Alpha was founded on campus, 35 men were pledged. This fall their fifty pledges were among the largest classes on campus. ln the past two years the Lambda Chi's have been first and second scholastically among fraternities. The nation- al fraternity awarded the Gamma Mu chapter a trophy for the most improved grade average of its l5 chapters. Athletically, Lambda Chi was first in spring sports two years ago and second last year in the Silver League. The social events this year were highlighted by the Fall and Spring formals, the Christmas Party for Parents and Alumni, the Monte Carlo Party, and the Ban the Bomb Party. ln the spring the Crescent Queen and her court of five were chosen from nominees of all fifteen sororities. Climaxing the year's activities was the annual sorority Raft Race on Boulder Reservoir. Phi Kappa Tau has made ll5O College Avenue its home since its founding at CU in l929. This fall the Phi Tau's organized an honorary group of co-eds, the Psirens, to associate with the fraternity and to help the members with fall rush. The result of this combined effort was a pledge class of 40 men. A new housemother, Mrs. Wal- ton, was also a pleasant addition during the fall semester. At the annual lnterfraternity Council Banquet, Phi Kappa Tau was awarded a trophy for con- sistently high scholastic achievement. From the Viking Party in the fall to the Polynesian Party in the spring, week-ends were always excit- ing. As something different for the Phi Tau's, they teamed with the Pi Phi's to try their hand at house decorations during Homecoming and won a first-place trophy. f 1- V ex: Q' ,Y Tie V. 1 - sf? K 1 . . .-- i E':QS ga "M -, .zggig rr fix,-I-,., w AJ-,git 1 u " Efiq zmi-efaizgsl is 1. fee f - ' H' - Jn.- phi kapp tau wins ifc grade trophy ul' J ' ,fi ff . W5 'HA' fy .DQ f Jr. W 1 - A. , ug, ., .v A-1. ,, . 3, .Hx A.. . 1 . 2 135' ' ' ' ' V. ,.. -. ,4 ' Trl. 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H.:---'.if'2 :L J ---rfggl-gg: :gfqjlg :...- ::,:z , ---cy-.Q -1 ,M ,,,, rfgfi r.'."',.,j:L,.l'3:F!2f:M5'gg 'JL :- 1 :.,:::L Lfqerifi-55.1, .Z , I, 1, L!'1n11:g3L3'T:5-ii f ' x-Zgf Ii'--:::x:-Nazi T: :Q . ' ' hifi 'TQQQQZ1 ,It 'gf 'Ai . ,g,eS.1-gfggiejgtgg -3 . .s -N -7- N. c .,, , ,,,f+ -2- x ' ' M N C A , , .r:--.:271 ' 'gzfi .. 'Q . . -. V., J I, v 1-.. R if at v 9 'A - 4' jp., -155 ab- uf.. ' ,Q , 43 h rw IS 23 ' ff -AV" 'f Q " 2? -if L A 1 , 4 U5 v 1 f. HJ., -f, - .1 , ' A , ' A -'f ' s r ,, n.. vEf:ra -- lx -Y-L. in With great emphasis placed upon brotherhood and ideals of fraternity life, Zeta Beta Tau saw one of its brightest years on the CU campus since the Zebes formed their chapter in 1947. Beginning with fifteen charter members, they moved into their present home at 1019 14th Street in 1950. Highlighting ZBT social events were the Homecoming Dance, Pledge Formal, and Pajama Party. The Zebes maintained their high scholastic standing among all fra- ternities. Many of the Zebes are members of scholastic honoraries, and there is widespread participation in many campus activities. ZBT active-tutoring program. 1 fs. zeta beta tau emphasizes brotherhood 'rf 111 Q11 jug., rf-,f 1 -,up .f .1 -, E451 ' 3. . A ,,.,f K , l., ,V . ,..- ,744 " -o mfg. -. . A .4 ' . .ff-ffm . , . - . A . , . - , ' . rm : - - w ' M -1 ZBT Vampire Party 1019 14th Street. ' N? .Wx wiv- V ' 5. Rutfenbaum be J. Schachef D. Solqmon S.FSperling 'I' QNX ' ,+, A ,. - A W y . 5' 4 P YJ Q so 0 gn . E fl E rn 50 E5 c :s ro f- '34 3 3 2 3 Q 3 hY': '3' -"N aj :,,A 247 , it v I4 Q- 1 xl la ' .li A I A , ,I I, f fxjl iff X' fjwfxx TKE spikes for a point. Since its founding at CU in l95O, Tau Kappa Epsilon has firmly established its academic standing by placing first among all fraternities for the past spring and fall semesters. The Tekes scholarship program pro- vides each pledge with the op- portunity and initiative to pro- gress on his own without the bonds of study tables. 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Kayo Lam and Dick Christopher, working with the University's athletic business, and Frank Casotti, serv- ing as director of publicity, were joined this year by Jack Mills, the staft's new administrative assistant. 258 athletic staff improves image Assistant Business Manager Dick Christopher ' 'll , 1- V lf! J. :if , iigillf 'iig5ii5f""-. f A rt" 4fl'5E1"g Z . ,, . iii . FSL my ,,r xiii: it ,- - xii "al!Q!?. Assistant Athletic Director Frank Potts Assistant Athletic Director Dal Ward 2 V, 1'-'C YY. ?fH : 9 V ui- Y- ' I D92 Q' I f 3 ' 1 ,.. 'uv' F ', ki! - W A . "-' 'ff'7' 5W 5 fii I if if A ..x . - -,gui-T ef - ifelffqy 1 ,Q ' .-3 :lf 4 .. -rg Front Row: Kathy Burtis, Judy Lewis. Second Row: Chuck Barnum, Al Olson, Ed Greene, Bob Flygare. Third Row: Sharon Eldred, Linda Smith, LouAnn Clymer, Shari Dorward. Everyone up for the kickoff. Left Io Right: JoAnn Deahl, Martha Ward, Linda Etfer, Heather Boughtan, JoAnn Graham. 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I lg' 1 To most college coaches a young team means a year of bunldnng experience and character to most college crowds ut means a year fnlled only with hope for the future The l965 season saw the Unlversuty of Colorado field one of :ts youngest teams ever with only nrne sensors on the entnre squad But thus year facing three consecutlve football records of two wlns and eight losses the young Buffs won and won often Slx wms tied the number of CU vlctorues for the past three years two losses came at the hands of natnonally ranked Bug Eught teams and two tles rounded out the first wmnmg season In four years The Buffaloes fune 6 2 2 record was largely determined by their stubborn de fense which preserved many close vlctorles and enabled the team to domnnate control of the ball The strong Buff defense was overpowered nn only one game all season agamst the natuonally ranked Cornhuskers of Nebraska The year also saw the continual development of an offense which at first played lnconslstently Quarterback Bernve McCall was among the league leaders nn total offense whsle kuckmg speclalust Frank Rogers led the league and ranked fourth nationally In total points for the season All Conference honors went to Sam Harrls Steve Sudwell and Hale lrwun for theur fine defenssve play Halfback Wnlllam Harrus was selected Outstanding Bug Enght Sophomore Back Perhaps the most flttlng honor however was the chance of Eddle Crowder as Bug Elght Coach of the Year the young team that won Tb--eww' 'QA Estes Banks provrdes the needed yardage for a flrst down qggmgf Iowq State I - 1 1 1 , . , . . . 1 1 ' I I ' 1 1 , . 'El 1 e C :A ll: V' , , X i ll , -F , A v - if 1 C1 Y T A 1 Til! ' 4-1 ' V ' '- , 'fy , I Z, l l 'V I . 'l , . V ,. ' h 5 l '! 1 ,. , vi' 1 Ai ' . lille '-'. my X , ls"V5 'F T111 L . . f' ,-fr 'r . X:-1 -n ff In 7-1:1 + ii- - W ' ,715 9 'T' F George Lewark and Sam Harris halt Oklahoma State's quarterback for short yardage 264 'TRW- Li ..-.I Typical of CU's defense was the fine pursuit and gang tackling. 'F cu begins first division season Wisconsin . . . CU started the l965 campaign in Madison by battling the Wisconsin Badgers to a score- less tie. The Buffs dominated the first half but failed to capitalize on two scoring opportunities. Wis- consin came back in the second half to test the CU defense. But junior linebacker, Dennis Drum- mond, intercepted two passes to halt Badger drives. This was a pre- view of CU's defensive strength that gave the Buffs a first division finish in the Big Eight. Fresno State . . . September 25 was Band Day in Boulder as the Buffs met the Bulldogs from California. The Buff defense had to fight off several scoring bids by Fresno in the last half to preserve their lO-7 victory. A 31-yard field goal by Frank Rogers proved to be the dif- ference. CU's only touchdown came from William l-larris on a 3l-yard run off left tackle in the second period. Kansas State . . . Opening league play against Kansas State in Man- hattan, the Buffaloes overpowered the Wildcats in a 36-O shutout. The CU offense came alive as they scored four touchdowns and pro- vided Frank Rogers with field posi- tion for his three field goals-the last kick came from 48 yards out. 265 .uh I dv . sei wh: 4 is .,uwf-e- -- is . ,W ,, - - -f 552. 3. lSU's quarterback seeks a receiver be- Dick Anderson kicks the Buffs fore being overtaken by the persistent out of trouble against Nebraska. CU defense. ,,-,.,,,..,,-, 'ffl A ., gf f " - 7,1 '. 15' Q V, ,si '. QL ,gm W Y ,EA rsgim- rr: 1 ,, .. . A 1 g. if n :J J,.,l,- ,ina 4 VY A ,si , -. ,' A " " 1:'s'isQ"EsAe .,f ' -pf je- - 'i 'r ' , , .W , 79551141 ' ""5xw Y Kirk Tracy leads the interference for quarterback Bernie McCall. fklsl' - . , F 5 f' -' , , M ' fn -V Mil - 'V i F' Y , lg wQ1?x"f2 :fires M A V ' r A k r r4'L5,- U: jig . Y Q, 'Wir "' 'Y eggs-X . 41' , fp' An I ,WA ,Z .T ' L ' '-fiigy, .i . .1 5 A--'..:,l.i1-N avian' xidwal -f I 1 A If ' 'wg "4 4. -fa-e F11 ,, V, . .. W-,W-.-W. 4 f , di ,s A, ,, L, gr , I v if bbs another win, another tieg N S still undefeated l l Football-a game of inches. Oklahoma State . , . The Buffalo of- fense continued to spark as they rolled over the OSU Cowboys, 34-l l, in Boul- der. William Harris' 76-yard touch- down run in the third period highlighted the fine offensive play. The stubborn Buff defense excelled as well, the Cow- boys found themselves consistently with poor field position and were allowed only one sustained offensive drive. Iowa State . . . Homecoming weekend found Colorado playing host to the sur- prisingly strong lowa State Cyclones. Although the Buffs dominated the game offensively, they missed several good scoring opportunities. Only a rugged defense allowed Colorado to ride a 7-3 lead into the fourth quarter, but the persistent Iowa State offense finally found their scoring combination. Sud- denly behind lO-7 with just minutes left to play, the CU offense drove under pressure into Cyclone territory. Then, with only 2l seconds remaining, Frank Rogers kicked a 33-yard field goal to earn a lO-lO tie, preserving the Buffs' undefeated record. buffs lose first, then second, but finish strong Nebraska . . . Traveling to Lincoln to meet the nationally ranked Cornhuskers of Nebraska, CU received their first defeat by a 38-l 3 margin. Unable to contain the Nebraska offensive power, the Buffaloes had one consolation: Larry Plantz's seven-yard touchdown run and Frank Rogers' two field goals and extra point represented the first scores on the rugged Nebraska defense all season. Oklahoma . . . Coming back after their first loss at the hands of Nebraska, the Buffs traveled to Norman to blank the Sooners, l3-O. CU scored early as Estes Banks plunged over from the one yard line to cap a 48-yard drive. The contest then became a defensive struggle, but the Colorado defense held the determined Sooners scoreless to insure the win. Bill Fairband provides a big barrier for KU's southpaw quarterback. in The all-important first down. The painful end to a short season for de fensive end Bill LeMasters. 268 vu 1 ,PU sa Missouri . . . Returning home for a game with the favored Missouri Tigers, the Buffs fought well and consistently but were hurt by two costly Missouri interceptions early in the game. Missouri quarterback, Gary Lane, took advantage of these to lead the Tigers to victory. Estes Banks scored CU's only touchdown as the Buffaloes lost by a 20-7 score. Kansas . . . The Buffs ended their Big Eight season at home against the Jayhawks of Kansas. Although the Buffs were never behind, two touchdowns in the final quarter provided the needed margin in defeating Kansas, 2l -l 4. George Lewark caught Bernie McCall's first aerial TD of the season for the winning score. Lewark also intercepted a KU pass to quell a drive which might have tied the game in the clos- ing minutes. Air Force . . . Senior Frank Rogers scored l3 points in his last collegiate football game to help Colorado beat the Air Force Academy, l9-6. Rogers accounted for scores on a touchdown pass from Bernie McCall, two field goals, and an extra point. The Falcons penetrated the Buff defense only once by passing their way down the field to score. With the win over the Academy, Colorado closed its first winning season in four years. William Harris lands hard after picking up a few tough yards against Missouri. 6 -1- lr' 1 .-w.:'-... f- ri- ,, W' , , ,, ,,,, F'- is ' S' x'K,,g A ' 'L-1 A 'L .a L . .. .V , J- A . 4.1 s.' ,. i ni Tis--sift., Allan, is -34 a., 1. Bill Fairband and an unidentified Buff double- team on a bruising tackle of Missouri's fullback, Bill Reese. x 1' , 269 Front Row: Dave Peercy, Hale lrwin, Tad Polumbus, Estes Banks, Mike Martin, Robert Lee, Charles Greer, William Harris, Wilmer Cooks. Second Row: Mott Harbey, Ron Scott, Steve Groves, Tom Kmetovic, Gary Pletcher, Roger Morris, Frank Rogers, George Lewark, Larry Ferraro. Third Row: Bart Bortles, Kirk Tracy, Larry Plantz, Dan Kelly, Larry Fischer, Dick O'Dell, Irv Schiller, Mike Veeder, Lee Hammett. Fourth Row: Dick Anderson, Bruce Heath, John Farler, Kerry Mottl, Terry McCarthy, Jim Chaney, Joe Ripmaster, Kile Morgan, Bill Csikos. Fifth Row: Steve Frickey, Sam Harris, Dennis Drummond, Don Heubsch, Tom Carson, Steve Fenton, Vic Hokanson, Rich Cenclali, Dave Zaharias. Sixth Row: Bill Heydt, John Beard, Ray LeMosters, Rich Redd, Bill Fairband, Larry Donley, Gregg Springs- ton, John Stemmons, Romano Marcantonio, Dave Sidwell. Seventh Row: John Stavely, Bernie McCall, John Morchiol, Steve Sidwell, Dave Babbs, Bill Sabatino, Frank Bosch, Dick Taylor, Frank Van Valkenburg, Floyd Williams, Howard Crawford. Eighth Row: Walt Kli.nker, Bob Cortese, Chuck McBride, Joe Harper, Chet Franklin, Rudy Feldman, Eddie Crowder, Dan Stavely, Pat Culpepper, Bill Mondt, Loren Schweninger, Lee Akins, Hollis Brown, Clinton Inouye. Scores CU 0 Wisconsin LL- L-L O IO Fresno State LLL -LL 7 36 Kansas State .,.. LLL 0 34 Oklahoma State -LL LLLLli 10 Iowa State se... .... i 0 I3 Nebraska ..e,. ..... 3 8 I3 Oklahoma LL LLL O 7 Missouri -LL LLLLL2O 21 Kansas LL .,.e. i4 i9 Air Force L-L 6 Big Eight Final Standings W L T Nebraska LL -L 7 O 0 Missouri L-L L- 6 I O Colorado L-L LL 4 2 l Iowa State LLL LL 3 3 i Oklahoma --.- LL 3 4 0 Kansas ..-L.--.- L- 2 5 0 Oklahoma State -L LL 2 5 O Kansas State --L LL O 7 0 the coach speaks "This season was a successful one primarily in that the team displayed great spirit and effort. These boys showed a tremendous desire to win and as a result they progressed quite well as a team. The seniors on the squad were the lead- ers of this spirit and dedication as we estab- lished a commendable record. Colorado fans have seen not only an outstanding football season but also the promise of an even better one next year." eddie crowder -- big eight coach of the year ,wi it rr This was Eddie Crowder's third season as Colorado's head football coach. He is a past All-American quarterback and assistant coach at Gklahoma. Crowder, upon his ar- rival, faced the task of rebuilding the CU football program. ln l965 Crowder's excellent recruiting pro- gram paid off. The Buffs jumped from a seventh to a third place fin- ish and national press ranking in one year, and Crowder was selected the Big Eight Conference's Coach of the Year. COACHING STAFF: Front Row: Walt Klinker, Bob Cortese, Chuck McBride, Loren Schweninger. Second Row: Eddie Crowder, Joe Harper, Rudy Feldman, Bill Mondt, Chet Franklin, Dan Stavely, Pat Cul- pepper, 271 1 1 'Xi basketball For only the second time in twelve years as head coach of CU's basketball team Sox Walseth had a losing season. Colorado's l2-l3 season record, however, does not in- dicate the loss of two starting guards - Pat Frink and Lynn Baker - before the season was well underway. Nor does it show the outstanding individual performances of Chuck Gardner who set new fieldhouse rec- ords and was chosen All-Big Eight for the second year in a row. Nor, finally, does it show the way the Buffs bounced back to even their league record again and again throughout the season. Following pre-season wins over teams from the Southwest, Missouri Valley, and Big Ten conferences, the Buffs went on the road to Wichita for their first defeat of the season. A close loss to Cincinnati and a lopsided loss to Seattle were followed by CU deci- sions over Baylor and Arizona. buff five show stubborn spirit 273 cu maintains .500 record Gardner, Williams - give-and-go. 274 Sophomore Chuck Williams drives by Texas Tech defenders. .Ni .4 5, UQ . 4' 5. Eg .Q ..f 5 W. , 1 M ISSUURI ,149 .J 2? fX P,-3 "' Af Q f fl r if J 7 , ' "'f- ' ..,, , Ja' l f f E5 E",3.ffE' iv " 'f 1 'PF' , F 1 1,0 Jfff ' -. f 1-. . , YY AQ A -YA if .f .- ug my 4,2 Sf 'J ,g- 5. L2 0 - 1 7 .-f:4v- j A -- ' 'xl-,Lf , then lose three After semester break the Buffaloes traveled to Ames, lowa, to face the Cyclones on their home court. Although outplayed throughout most of the game, CU was able to place four men-Gard- ner, Williams, Jack Lintz, and Bob Bauers - in double-figures. The Colorado five then evened their record at 3-3 by defeating Missouri on the Tigers' home court. Bauers and Williams pro- vided l8 points each in the victory. Following an error-filled loss to Kansas State's Wildcats in Boulder, another victory - this time over already twice-beaten Oklahoma State - again left the Buffs with a .500 league average. Led by the fine floor play and accurate second- half shooting of sophomore Chuck Williams, CU overcame a 32-29 first-half deficit to win handily at 63-52. Despite his still-healing foot, Gardner led the Buffs to a 34-25 edge in rebounds for the game. Three straight losses ruined the Buffs' .500 con- ference record. But again Colorado bounced back in a strong home victory over Oklahoma. Five CU players scored in double-figures as fast-recovering Chuck Gardner led the way with 22 points. Chuck Williams looks to the basket for a shot. . 277 Fei' . Front Row: Bob Bauers, Jack Lintz, Chuck Gardner, Kermit McMurray, Ted Erfert, Steve Rowe. Second Row: Pat Frink, Lynn Baker, Karl Tait, Mike Rebich, Chuck Williams, Fred Seely. gardner sets record The 92-77 Oklahoma defeat was exciting, but Colorado fans got their real treat the following Saturday as the Buffaloes knocked Nebraska from a first-place tie with Kansas in a crush- ing 95-88 victory. Senior Chuck Gardner set a CU fieldhouse record in the win by scoring 42 points on l5 field goals and l2 of l3 free throws. Aided in scoring by sophomore Mike Rebich and junior Bob Bauers, the CU squad was unbeatable. The season's final loss to Kansas was anticlimatic as the Jay- hawks wrapped up the conference title by beating the Buffs, 86-85. However, Chuck Gardner, in his final college game, scored 39 points in the contest to take the Big Eight scoring honors by a single point from Kansas' Walt Wesley. 278 Non-Conference Scores CU 86 Texas Tech .... 79 Tulsa ....... 70 Northwestern , 81 Wichita ..... 64 Cincinnati -,, 69 Seattle .... B3 Baylor -C 77 Arizona Big Eight Pre-Seaso CU n Tournament 72 Iowa State .... -, -,-,, 67 Kansas State .... 50 Oklahoma State Conference Scores CU 55 Kansas ...aa 58 Oklahoma ..,.. 6l Oklahoma State 71 Iowa State .,,v. 65 Iowa State --- 65 Missouri ..... 55 Kansas State .... 63 Oklahoma State 52 Kansas State --- 63 Nebraska ..,. 63 Missouri V, 92 Oklahoma - 95 Nebraska as 65 Kansas - 3' aff I' X- .X X1 the coach speaks "We've had a rough season in playing one of the roughest conference and non-confer- ence schedules we've ever had. Injuries really handicapped the squad. We lost Pat Frink and Lynn Baker before the season really got underwayg and the temporary disability of Chuck Gardner also ham- pered our effectiveness. Yet despite these problems, the boys bounced back again and again, and l feel that the ex- perience this young team has gained will be shown next year." Big Eight Final Standings W L Kansas .. pm ,,,,, ,-,,,I3 I Nebraska ,,,,,, H, ,-,,,l2 2 Kansas State -, 9 5 Oklahoma W ,,,, 7 7 Colorado , M ..., 6 8 Iowa State .,,,, ,,,, 6 8 Oklahoma State ,, - ,- . 2 I2 Missouri , .. , N-, 1 13 279 Q :W ...za -m'.,M. Av-- . I ...qi ,-an M am . ,V :FEE 1 4 ,,,,4r:-. . 1 gm :QQ 5 W skiing af' f to Jxm Heuga wnns the Roch Cup Slalom cu sklers experience frustrating wlnter The Buff sklers had a frustrating season Hampered by the loss of Jlm Huega and Bully Kudd s tour In Europe the Buffs placed fnfth In the Steamboat Sprnngs lnvntatlonal enghth In the DU lnvltatlonal and fourth In the CU lnvutatuonal The CU lnvltatlonal was also the NCAA Regional and the teams flnlsh left them one place shy of goung to the NCAA champlonshnps The one bnght spot In thus meet was Bull Marolt who took first place In the downhill and the slalom and was voted the outstanding undlvudual skier Marolt also quallfled undlvldually for the NCAA meet Rebel Ryan makes the turn Hr 1.. ' 'T . I . . I I I . , . . L . ng , 1 210. ' f'.W2.'z. 1' ' , N ll? u .l'l', . ' -ef " ,.s4.f',- K U. Q5 . ..n"i1, " if gf A NXT' l l I l l l l Irv, ,affix ja fi! Chip LaCasse illustrates his form at a Winter Park meet. ...still see outstanding individua Front Row: Bill Vager, Jere Elliott, Lloyd LaCasse, Rebel Ryan, Jim Heuga, Rick Holmes, Bob Griffith. Second Row: MJ Elisha, Clark Maris, Jim Barrows, Mike Romine, Jim Morning, Steve Douglas, Billy Kidd, Bill Marolt, Vladimir Sabich, Tom Upham, Gordi Eaton. erformances Steamboat Springs Invitational Denver .,,.. ,..,,.,......... ,.., - , Wyoming U--- --- an ---- -3845 371.5 Western State ..A..,..,...... .... 3 69,3 Ufch ....... - ..........e........... 359.9 CU .....,.eH.. -. ..................., DU Invitational CU --- ................... - 8th CU Invitational CU --- .e................, H 4th 353.7 place place Sophomore Bob Griffith skis Cross- Country. Q, Mg. . ,, f ,,l:a,, A 9-' A+'- I. 0--sued! '1 , - ,---- M". 109- 4 f Q' - 4 -, , 11 f.Mf,.? N, N mu w ww N ,,,,, , ,J .4 To ,' -of 1: Q w if i,., XL.. X X XX x xxx X X ,. ... V ' 4 K V Easy victories over Wyoming and Colorado State University began CU's indoor track season well. l-lowever, the Buffs then lost a close one to Nebraska in Boulder by a 63- 59 margin - the meet's final outcome not being determined until the last event. Then followed the disastrous Big Eight championships. Everything seemed to go wrong for the Buffs as they placed last in the field of eight. Only Chuck Rogers was able to earn first place honors as he vaulted l5 feet 4 inches. Scores CU 68 Wyoming -..--,,-- -----36 60 Colorado State -- A--..-44 59 Nebraska ...aY.. ---...63 Big Eight Standings Kansas ,,,..--..,aA Y... 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Q.,-., ,g,.v,,-, e ,H .- ' 5 . f l The l965 Buff track squad, opening its season in El Paso, Texas, in the Texas Western Invitational, tied Texas Western for first place to begin what promised to be a fine year. The season's hopes were dampened by defeat at the hands of a power- ful New Mexico team. The squad bounced back and, led by Jim Miller, Barry King, and Dave Wighton, took victories in the Denver Inter- collegiate and in a dual meet against Nebraska. Injuries then caught the Buff squad before the Big Eight championships, and they finished a disappointing sixth place. A victory in the CSU Invitational proved CU's regional supremacy at the season's end. .. - ,llv 4- . -he-no t rl , N Vgv, : A if H 1 I , e -I ' -- H 2-24 A Big Eight Meet Kansas .,,,,,,, Oklahoma ,.., Missouri .,,,... Oklahoma State M., Nebraska ,,,,,, Colorado ,,,.,,,.,- Kansas State -., Iowa State ,na CSU Invitational Colorado ...,, , , Air Force na. 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Front Row: Dale Bradley, Gary Monn, Steve Best, Dennis Murano, Jack Price, Dave Cramoy, Don Sessions, George Lewark, Clarence Lemasters. Second Row: Coach Frank Prentup, Jack Coppom, Gary Bloom, Mike Wood, Jimmy Orr, Adrian Mohr, Frank Rogers, Pete Petrafeso, Dove Blomgren, Jim LaFoe. cu buffs take a final stand and finish strong Coach Frank Prentup's 1965 baseball squad started the season unimpressively. Despite the outstanding leadership of senior pitcher Adrian Mohr, the cooch faced the problem of coordinating too many young players in- to an experienced unit. The pitching staff's lack of endurance proved to be the other major hurdle. Adrian showed Buff fans that a pitcher con be a batter too as he led the team in home runs and batting average. His two-hitter against Oklahoma State helped the Buffs to take CU's final series over the Cowboys. The season ended well as the Buffaloes took game series from league-leading Missouri ond third-place Oklahoma State. Adrian Mohr and junior Steve Best were voted onto the All-Big Eight Conference team. QQ: a. H ci, 3a'1 , .-Te 4 Q f lib ,En .YQ fx 'Y if rf Xia-'V - fa 3.2. ,- W wx' , 'Fi 4' I 1 , ., 1 L .gp Z2 L1A'1'."2.. '31 ff . 'L fx, , AJP -411' , .ff""--EP-3' 7" ' 1 :7--' ' A W1 1 ' G3f.,as:.L+- ,gs 4 ' V V 4- Y 4 N , ,, .4 5. A 5 I A try Yr eu i F E, V3 'f J , " wi . S- " ,S J . 5. 'l -f .L '- 2 .L at ' su a -QQ! v s Q , a ,U 3354332 fin 3211 .Ai the coach speaks "As a young team, with weak hitting and a lack of depth in the pitching staff, we faced real problems early in the year. However, the season's progress brought experience and improved play as we were able to win six of our last eight games. This late rally boosted our final standings in the league as well as the boys' confi- dence in a strong season next year." Big Eight Final Standings Pct. 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'vm '1 am 3 4 1 l 1 4 E 1 ,a buff golfers CU 6 4V2 2 2 4 26V2 l4V2 25 23Vz l9V2 20V2 l5 l3 l3 27 in twelve of fifteen New Mexico Sto to New Mexico s, .,.A Texas AGM ,,,.,, Texas Wesleyan ., Baylor ,,,,,,,,,, Colorado Mines Colorado State L-, Colorado College N.. M-- Denver , . , ,,,, , ,, Colorado State , , Denver - ,.,....... Mn-, Iowa State --.-.. ..., ,.,,,. L , Air Force Academy Iowa State ,,,,,,,,,, ---, Colorado Mines -sc H-, Big Eight Meet Oklahoma State -,- Oklahoma --,,, Kansas State - Kansas ., -L W, Colorado ., Nebraska - Iowa State -, Missouri 300 -,, ,WN 3 4V2 ,,,,,4 ,,,4 , .,.Y ,2 V2 l ZV2 2 3 V2 7 V2 9V2 0 5 2 O -,,a9OO --,,928 -,,,940 ,-,A947 --,,95O -s--974 ,,-e986 -,,,993 ",. f F' 4 ' " Z'-' 'ti F' fi i isis? , .if . ,Q Front Row: Jay Loar, Lone Bickel, Vick Geisder, Bob Rowland. Second Row: Hale Irwin, Tad Polumbus, Bill Pollalc, Norm Saunders, Les Fowler, The talented CU golfers, coached by Les Fowler, turned in a high- ly successful season with twelve victories against only two losses and one tie. They finished in fifth place at the Big Eight meet in Lincoln, Nebraska, just three strokes out of fourth place. Scoring well and leading the team throughout the season were Hale Irwin, Lane Bickel, and Jay Loar. Coach Les Fowler gives a few pointers to Hale Irwin and Tad Polumbus. 5 fi i, M CU Big Eight Standings 34 Air Force Academy ,. Oklahoma ,. l34 24 Kansas - --, nn, Kansas -,,, , Bl Sl Colorado State College Nebraska , 76V2 22 Utah ,..., .Ns Iowa State , 72 29 Oklahoma State ,,,, , Kansas State , 49 3I Kansas State , ., ., Oklahoma State 3lV2 26 Nebraska M- . - ,, M.- 23 Iowa State nn -, 3l Wyoming -,,,,, , 3l Colorado State , ,, - ITIBYITIGFI Colorado ,, ,, , , Missouri ,, I2 6 seventh in big eight The Buff swimming team completed a disap- pointing season with a seventh place finish in the Big Eight championships. Their l-9-O record in dual meets showed a lone win over CSC. Individual performances highlighted the season. Senior Captain Terry Danko set a school record in the 200-yard breaststroke, and Bob Elliott swam to a new CU mark in the ZOO- yard backstroke. Mike Ballard took second in the 3-meter diving competition at the Big Eight meet. Front Row: Bud Shroads, Dave Ewing, Steve Beers, Dean Minze, Mike Ballard, Bob Haagensen, Dick Thiede. Second Row: Hal Whitehead, Tom Chambers, Bob Elliott, John Deahl, Chuck Riddell, Russ Corrigan, Tom Jones, John Wagner. Third Row: Dan Lawrence, Chuck Pacheco, Bob Schiedler, Kirk Wilson, Doug Payne, Terry Danko, Roger Cornell. l Western Athletic Lacrosse Conference Standings W L Arizona WWA-- 7,7 MII 0 Air Force Academy LL- W, 7 3 Claremont College L ,.., 7 5 Colorado .....,. .. -.., 3 5 Stanford -.. ,..,,., A-, 3 5 Colorado College D, ..-- l 4 Colorado Store -M .U I 5 Utah -L ,,,,,... ,, O 6 hockey has bad year CU 7 Air Force Academy a, . . 8 3 Air Force Academy gg, YY -, 5 8 Littleton Hockey Club --- ,, 3 6 Littleton Hockey Club an -, 2 3 Aspen Leafs .,a,,.... ,- 4 0 DU Junior Pioneers - -. I l DU Junior Pioneers -La ,Ln 7 l Denver All-Stars A,... , ,,., 10 8 Colorado School of Mines L, 3 Front Row: Jim Saunders, John Wolfe, A. A. Gilkinson. Second Row: Murray Ruffell, Bill Bacon, Frank Johnson, Glen Arbeau, John Walker. 302 Front Row: Jacque Chamberlain, Steve Anderson, Mike Recldman, Roger Hollister, Gil Engles, Gordy Herrald, Mark Magilnor. Second Row: Jeff Harris, Tom Wise, Ron McMohnn, Mike Flax, Larry Lacerte, Dick Grahm. Third Row: Jim Britton, Jim Godvy, Ted Sauer, Charlie Brown, Dick Roth, Vic Ferrais. Fourth Row: Jim Crossier, Doug Fey, Tim Savage, Tim Snyder, Jeff Mason, Lee Brownson. Fifth Row: Chuck Smith, Paul Golden, Tony Javernick, Ron Dublin, Dave Young. lacrosse ties for fourth lie mug, 1 ,FQ xv Jack Calnon prepares to receive the ball. Scores CU CU 5 Wyoming , ,- , .,.. ,,,, 1 6 Cala. State College ,,,,,c3 4 Colorado College -- .,,, O 3 Colo. Mines ,,,, ,, WHO l Air Force ,,,,,,,, , ,,,,-3 4 Regis . - ,-.- ,,,. ,fl The University of Colorodo Soccer Team com- pleted another successful season achieving a 5-l conference record. Still unrecognized as a varsity sport, the team ot Americans and mony foreign players earned ci hard-fought second place in the Rocky Mountain Inter- collegiate Soccer League. CU SOCCSI' team has another successful seaso Front Row: Juan Azcui, Mike McTigue, Rick Ruggiero, Victor Garcia, Pete Free, Phil Hubbard, Bill Simpson. Second Row: Mboya Kagumbo, Jack Calnon, Karim Jamal, Zohoir Fayez, Les Besser, Jim Alexander, Mike Balser, Dave Perry. I1 13 f, Aj' 5,1 I ,.3!6?nn.3,5jggg.,.. -r... , IW 17" , , 1..- , wi f A Q A EQ 5.5S. f we Q AEA! ali!! 4 'E gawk H+ f 2.1, freshman sports Scrambling Mike Bynum earns five tough yards. freshmen have good line The Baby Buffs saw rough going throughout the '65 season. A single win over the Air Force Academy at 28-l3 was over- shadowed by three loses: Mc- Cook 20, CU O, Wyoming l3, CU l2, Trinidad Junior College 27, CU l4. Contrasted to past seasons, this year's freshman line contained more good varsity prospects than did the back- tield. Mike Schnitker was voted outstanding player by his team- mates. prospects Front Row: Larry Teague, Dick Kresge, Jeff Raymond, Greg Hauptmann, Virgil King, Dave Chiarello, Mike Bynum, Tom Duncan, Steve Tracy, Jerry Witte, Glen Votes. ff- tond Row: Steve Engel, Dennis Tupper, Bud Snyder, John Stephenson Tom Benson Mike Hecomovich, Gary Kuxhaus, Don Paris, Ken Vieira, Grady i Third Row: Isaac Howard, Dave Perini, Dale Steele, Greg Holmes, Mike Heiser, Stuart Gottleib, Ron Butler, Mike Simmons, Walter Nielson. Fourth Row: Neil Wyatt, Eugene Johnson, Kevin Jensen, Steve Dowlearn, Mike Montler, Fred Carrick, Dave Bartelt, Dan Patterson, Mike Pruett. Fifth Row: Paul Talbert, Kirk Charlson, George Palacek, Mike Doyle, Don Zimmerman, Tom Bragg, John Van Osdel, Dan Ruth, Mike Schnitker. Sixth Row: Jim Chaney, Paul Sauer, Bob Cortese, Walt Klinker, Dan Stavely, Chuck McBride, Pete DeGregorio, Loren Schweninger. 305 CU 67 N.E. Junior College CW ----68 89 Mesa Junior College cc- A,,-73 84 Fort Carson ,,... ,- ,--- 78 78 Air Force Academy ..-- .... 92 89 Lowrey Air Force Base --- ----9l 69 Trinidad Junior College -c .... 77 74 Air Force Academy .,,,. ..e, 8 2 69 N.E, Junior College -,, ..,,,,87 freshmen show good height I'-f is Freshman Coach Dick Nicholson gives pointers on ball handling. Basketball's Baby Buffs suffered through a rough season with a 2-6 record, beating only Mesa Junior College, 89-73, and Fort Carson, 84-78. But the Buffs were noted for their size this year. Coach Nicholson was able to field a team averaging 6'6" when he wished. Top scorers for the team were 6'5"Lloyd Hutchinson, 5'l O"Mic- key Kern, and 6'9"Mike Kinkki. Front Row: John Dalton, Mike Obert, Lloyd Hutchinson, Don Smith, Ed Bentley. Second Row: Ronnie Solomon, Mickey Kern, Jim Gilley, Corl Peterson, Kenneth Ryder. Third Row: Dick Buell, Bob Knous Bruce Hyink, Mike Kinkki, Roland Rhodes. Front Row: Jack Schuh, Peter Kelly, Craig Runyan, Mark Noble, Pete Van Arsdale. Second Row: Vern Houston, Bill Glidden, Dave Binkley, John Lund, Lyle Knudson. The freshman Cross Country team won their lone meet this fall. Coached by grad- uate assistant Lyle Knudson, they defeated the Air Force Academy l5-40 as they took places first through fifth to sweep the meet. cross country wins lone meet I CU frosh swimmers lose two Front Row: Bob Haagensen, Bob Powers, Tom Kahon, Andy Lundquist, Dick Thiedei Second Row: Hal Whitehead, Richard Brenner, Scott Staley, Alan Bartlett, Dan Mast, John Towell. Third Row: Louis Kontnik, Richard Bennett, Steve Kramer, John Lawrence, Barry Schermer. 21 Air Force Academy .... .... 7 4 34 Air Force Academy .... -,--6l Ben Blea on the high bar. Front Row: Tom Runyon, Ben Bleo, Torn Jenkins, Eric Singer. Second Row: Leslie Davidoff, John Reed, Gary Walker, Rick Jaouen, Kim l-lorvath. Third Row: Jim Harbour, Wendell Stampfli, Pat Arnent, Dale Gomez. l l freshman gymnasts beat tough du squad This year's Freshman Gymnas- tics squad won the last two of their three meets including an outstanding victory over a tough Denver University team. Leading the team were Eric Singer in all-around, Ben Blea on the high bar, and Gary Walker on the side horse. CU 90.50 Colorado Stare ..-Wa ff.- l05-20 103.45 Denver .,,...A,... .- do-102.25 109.90 Air Farce Academy -,,,. - N 87.37 'F'-.,-, . 4 f " , Mg, , wwf I wT4x '5 -4. , ff . , -fa-e,..,,7 v ww w,-. H ' i V15 imgu 3 ,-,pl Intramurals 4gnlnf4". 1.- 2-'A if Q? 'll P A f 5 I9 1 I -.., 1 ' ' , L 1 9 ' T ' g "r"f-'v-Mi'-""f ' " ,327 J M- -' 'Q ' - L . ' L5 ' ,, f' -f ' - 1 is 5 AV 1 ' - V I . , M V 3 . nf L V: . gy V ' . .. ' r ff X, W ' . 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White All School Sigma Nu TABLE TENNIS Dorm Baker Hall Gold Phi Gamma Delta Silver Chi Psi Independent Alpha Phi Omega All School Baker Hall BASKETBALL Dorm Gold Silver Independent All School SWIMMING Dorm Gold Silver Independent All School WATER POLO Dorm Gold Silver Independent All School WRESTLING Dorm Gold Silver Independent All School BRIDGE Dorm Gold Silver Independent All School Nichols Lions Phi Delta Theta Delta Upsilon Newman Club Newman Club Baker Hall Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Chi Navy ROTC Boker Hall Baker Hall Sigma Alpha Epsilon Alpha Tau Omega Navy ROTC Sigma Alpha Epsilon Baker Hall Sigma Phi Epsilon Delta Upsilon Navy ROTC Sigma Phi Epsilon Baker Hall Phi Sigma Delta Phi Kappa Psi Daily Staff Daily Staff SOFTBALL Dorm Gold Silver Independent All School Willard Hall Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Chi Alpha Phi Omega Sigma Chi TENNIS SINGLES Willard Wolves Jack Kolnan Baker Hall Juan Azcui GDI Murray I-lart Baker Hall Carlos Calle VOLLEYBALL Dorm Nichols Hall Gold Delta Tau Delta Silver Acacia Independent Pi Kappa Beta All School Delta Tau Delta OUTDOOR TRACK Dorm Willard Hall Gold Sigma Nu Silver Acacia Independent Navy ROTC 8. GDI All School Willard Hall BOWLING Dorm Baker Buffs Gold Sigma Nu Silver Zeta Beta Tau Independent Pershing Rifles All School Sigma Nu Competition in the pre-season tournamen :.,f....- :....,.-,Y 9.77, ,, , ' -iff ""' - R -2. K -M ' y W. nu .ck 1. , Y .JI residences F -E- Q 3 1 , 1 JMU.-- I I 4 A 5 L V s 1 ii' Q r uni 1 T C .. -,, .. 1 Q lri'x:g' ' v I J 1 I " x Q, ' fic, ' . -..... '-fq-.ji I., .xg 1 3 "iv -B ir- L ' ...L fi, A 3 M a 'sg . ,: 4+ 0 .. f . 3? x 5 sv Y xg N x x x. N ' ' R S 0 0 lf F 1 Q A 1 li , - : ,I 1 1 H A 'V' il x .- -v , 4. - . , 5 '.', '- s-'-.A .,...-.,4xX, H X .Q A K -541, . . h S., ,.1. - Tr' 5-N 1 u s-"u- -N 1. , L- x X'l"f"f5 '-- .21-3' .T L. 2: 4 'YE " 45" .Q -. -fi -. -. ff lf' if 9 Q :S ,V Tx f wg V1 1 W S 23,5 7551 , , . lv ' ,," " f 6 i..,4',vn1g, .f 1- 4'-Sg I V, Rig N , sq, n,.i...,.f, 5 2: ar? Qs .gil , . - ' X . u ' 4 ' ' T' . Xgisxmx gsmx x,-X:T,NS.xlg Q- '-V. , -xg Xxixr. -f, - Xgx ,lmkxvssxtlxxlxth Q I. , X fx XPQXQKXV 4" 4 V E . A X K . ,A i .. V NE Y 1 Q: X Ng x , .QW -an 5 , pgiqj- .1 . x 'K M I Ns ""sr!:E' ,f-L, 11, -kj ls! - 1-W 1 1 -Yi .X gk-A -1 'af,. at F! , Ik :':,'fw's . 'ii 5 I I gif farra nd L, "Q-Q., Baur girls contemplating studies by music. baur off to an early start Freshman beanies and toothbrushes at 3:30 in the morning initiated the many new Baur Wing girls into dormitory lite. During this early morning awakening a new unity began to grow within the group. With high spirits they quickly learned the CU Fight Song and Alma Mater. With equal spirit the volleyball championship was sought, serenades were planned, and functions with other dormi- tories as well as service projects were organized. Front Row: Judy Crites, Ellen Bank, Shawna Miller, Kay Bowman, Norma Jones, Katherine Clark, Ann Alexander, Francine Sutherland, Lorraine Miles, Audrey Zelanko. Second Row: Carolyn Odenthal, Barbara Stryble, Susan Zimny, Meredith Nelson, Regina Alderisio, Karen Harrison, Karen Erickson, Martina Gordh, Jeanne Shannon, Linda Miller, Vir- ginia Rogers, Mary Sixkiller. Third Row: Nancy Bays, Elizabeth Daniels, Barbara Forester, Mary Fetter, Sandra Stone, Karen Bishop, Lynne Hansen, Christina Didrichsen, Linda Kremheller, Susan Mont- gomery, Lynda Speck, Lynne Arrow, Linda Lebsack, Carole Maloney, Linda Holton, Nancy Stenjem. Front Row: Barbara Ream, Linda Waterman, Janet Forney, Bonnie Foster, Elizabeth Cooper, Leslie Gilbert, Janice Miller, Cheryl Payne, Jane Mc- Donald. Second Row: Betsy Bernard, Marlys Wolf, Lynn Magee, Janice l-lonnoll, Kathleen O'Neal, Anne Sandoe, Judith Smith, Kenia Buckingham, Nichola Narigan, Roberta Rutledge, Sandy Hilson. Third Row: Barbara Short, Ann Kanealy, Patricia Whis- man, Nancy Grant, Barbara Stalder, Doret Thomp- son, Susan Walker, Katherine Donahue, Barbara Kull, Heather Wilson, Judi Brooks, Charlene Schlimme, Lucille Serino. 3l9 Front Row: Amy McKinley, Janet Stebbins, Julie Lucking, Linda Huff, Cheryl Triebswetter, Carol McCandless, Ann Crawford, Sallie Strobel, Nancy Eingel, Sheryl Manz. Second Row: Patti Formichelli, Margie Dodd, Marjorie Seabourn, Virginia Easley, Jane McLaughlin, Candace Sayner, Susan Grigg, Jessica Fried, Penny Pearson, Mary Jane Portnoy, Mary Shultz. Third Row: Franci Lennartz, Carol Wilkin, Kathleen Doe, Janet Rossman, Linda Jump, Margot Mailliard, Margaret Dawson, Lou Ann Chesney, Carolyn Brown, Anna Wells, Beth Hawley. craven ghds 5 , , jgifw' enjoy r1eec5"f coveted Iocadon The girls in Craven Wing enjoyed a multitude of special benefits due to their coveted location. ln addi- tion to daily serenades of CU's marching band and nightly sere- nades of noisy heating pipes, they were able to look out their windows and see the football players going to their meals. But, not content with the privileges they had merely inherited, Craven girls sponsored an art exhibit, a style show, and a Christmas party for underprivileged children. Front Row: Dana Gruenert, Sally Hodges, Alina Brok, Judy Bramley, Margaret Wood, Frances Nemeth, Patricia Snow, Barbara Goddard, Linda Hartford. Second Row: Patricia Tudor, Sherry Dickerson, Gwendolyn Martz, Susan Maronde, Jeraldine Brinkley, Patricia Paxton, Sheila Barnes, Heather Hafleigh, Janet Walker. Third Row: Sharon Shantz, Connie Richardson, Frances Greslin, Phyllis Price, Patricia Overton, Nancy Gerou, Sally Pope, Twig Ertl, Barbara Fox. .F liazz ii ' V, in ti F 320 College is a maturing experience i i it i i L- Front Row: Mary Petty, Janet Barker, Kathleen Bowden, Grace Harvey, Helen Burkholder, Barbara Brown, Annette Ashley, Barbara Bradley. Second Row: Virginia Kucmierz, June Turturici, Marilee Telfer, Mary Penley, Martha Dickelman, Charlotte Farrar, Barbara Cohen, Marsha Stephens, Nancy Griffin. Third Row: Patricia Tessier, Susan Veges, Joyce Phillips, Rebecca Hodges, Sandi Fractman, Kathie Carpenter, Lynne Myers, Kathleen Metzger, Margaret Paris. McCauley girls awakened to the in- sistent cooing of pigeons and drift- ed asleep to the clanging lullaby of overhead pipes. Students heard the girls "sound off" with the Baker boys on Homecoming weekend to the tune of hammers, nails, and rustling crepe paper. ln December, as snow fell quietly on Farrand Hall, McCauley girls raised their voices in the yearly songfest. Thus, the sounds of the McCauley girls filled not only Farrand Hall, but the entire CU campus. Q, mc cauley it l L L t girls - A i ' 1 so u n d o ff Snooze-alarm. Front Row: Beverly Wolf, Kristen Pogliano, Clydene Paquette, Cerise Chikami, Joan Hiatt, Linda Wilson, Barbara Kraus. Second Row: Judith Miller, Karin Hock, Mavis Jukes, Lilly Fireman, Darlene Cobai, Patti O'Neall, Gail Schields, Mary Champeau. Third Row: Rita lringan, Sara Nichols, Norma Ball, Nettie Kapushion, Annette Milliron, Vicki Wagner, Leslie Tibbs. 32l reynolds filled with spirit ., S ij ,. .HT ,i .5 l A taste of home. H, Front Row: Jackie Hunter, Barbara Win- gate, Judith Norton, Karen Kington, Raita Zigurs, Merlyn Baird, Kathleen O'Donog- '4 hue, Second Row: Karen Baker, Ann Bent, Ann Musman, Alayne Ginsberg, Bo Campbell, Linda Robison, Janet Motz, Alice Faris, Karen Dick, Desiree Mitchell. Third Row: Charlotte Homsher, Joan Davis, Kay Lind, Sheila Goedert, Barbara Plumb, Sue McClelland, Miriam Low, Frances Perry, Ardell Bell, Elizabeth l-lock. This year the halls of Reynolds Wing were filled. with animated spirit that helped to unify the fresh- man and the upperclassmen. Throughout the year the girls teamed up to represent Reynolds in many activities. Combining their efforts with Baker boys, their Homecoming decorations de- picted "Old Main of the Past and Present." This masterpiece caused a "blaze" of excitement as they watched it go up in flames. 322 Ahu rried shower and off to classes. l l 2 wx! Faggif T Ls X x' Q Si-b af x- X 1-it . -S' ..- hallett fx X xx xx 'x X, sx ax v i. X V A flash of happiness, Front Row: Carol Burns, Jane Bakman, Lynn Noguchi, Dorothy Bickel, Patricia Heimbaugh, Carol Zullo, Claudia Zeligson, Susan Plattner. Second Row: Harriet Maroney, Barbara Talbott, Victoria Hamish, Sandra Johnson, Susan Newman, Barbara Neisman, Patricia Green, Alicia Schreiner. Third Row: Lynda Kerbs, Carol Summers, Barbara Ruisch, Judi Graham, Barbara Sperl, Sharon Severson, Patricia Slattery, Linda Lord, Charlene Lewis, JoAnn Zugie. FourtheRow: Karen Agy, Mary Thornton, Bette Compton, Joan Taylor, Rebecca Both, Leslie Moadie, Joan Davis, Sharon Levine, Jean Wong. Front Row: Carolyn Shea, Marletta Meister, Trocine Kaatz, Ann Schwartz, Joada Kanclt, Kathryn Gdal- man, Susan Anderson, Jennifer Taylor. Second Row: Jacqueline Gibson, Nancy Schwartz, Cathleen Cad- well, Pamela Stenmark, Sharon Thumann, Linda Olivo, Faye Ashley, Bridget Wagner, Pamela Daley. Third Row: Missy McCallum, Sandra Kiddoo, Jenni- fer Garrison, Mary McCarthy, Linda Elliott, Susan Orlin, Cathy Valenta, Sandy O'Byrne, Janell Vinson. Fourth Row: Jill Pomeroy, Amelia McDonald, Nancy Carroll, Kristen Dick, Nancy Cooper, Heide Kessler, Janet Felber, Sue Brolin, Catherine Weston. 324 aIamosa's energy inexhaustible Wild slumber parties in the lounge and cookouts on Flagstaff soon solved the problem of acquainting residents ofthe first floor and gar- den terrace of Alamosa Wing. lm- promptu parties were always well supplied with food from thoughtful "CARE" packages sent by Moms. The installation of an ice machine, the new dorm hours, and the two worn-out R.A.'s were just a few re- sults of Alamosa's inexhaustible energy. little sounds characterize eagle wing The rhythmic beat ot popcorn against a pan . . . the low hum of a distant radio . . . the fizzle of shaving cream against a door . . . the rattle ot preciously-hoarded change . . . the stern murmur of a resident advisor's "words of wis- dom" . . . the constant jingling of telephones-mere interruptions for the Eagle Wing resident as she pondered her latest assignment. And then to the mailbox to look for that special letter which some- how must have gotten lost along with the two-hundred pound pack- age of "goodies" Front Row: Mary Millett, Kathryn Nettleship, Stormy Rowell, Jenny Prior, Marsha Morton, Carolyn Hoffman, Donna Smith, Lorna Rhoads. Second Row: Holly Mackintosh, Deborah Prouhet, Lynne Mashburn, Linda Scott, Hannah Walsh, Jeryl Jones, Cynthia Stone, Karen Kolins, Janie Miller, Clair Onderwyzer. Third Row: Brooke Giddings, Beatrice Thompson, Helen Klein, Gretchen Carr, Terri Manarchi, Sandra McLean, Madge Filbey, Sharon Henderson, Janet Andresen, Carmen Sperline, Kathleen McAllister, Ruth Worden. Fourth Row: Nancy Benedict, Pamela Bimson, Victoria Keller, Catherine Foster, Sharon Records, Linda Ford, Antoinette Hopkins, Bernice Zarucki, Pamela Weiss, Katharine Carnes, Eva Partyka, Charlotte Johnson. First Row: Sandra Klein, Cheryl Hansen, Patricia Davidson, Judi Templeton, Michael Mott, Linda Roberts, Donna Detibaugh, Esther Harris, Patricia Dickman. Second Row: Christi Johnson, Caroline Bermeo, Cheryl Compton, Bonnie Hirschman, Eileen Weisberg, Maureen Darby, Maralie Munger, Betty Bauman, Georgia Quick, Gunnel Thorsin, Janice Peck. Third Row: Deborah Duckworth, Katherine Elwood, Sally Griffin, Marilyn Carter, Sue Supanich, Cynthia Nigra, Roberta Colle, Sherry Heimrich, Linda Thurber, Joann Phillips, Danna James, Donna Rollman, Kerstin Gleim, lraida Zmiewsky, Jacqueline Hansen. Fourth Row: Susan Seibert, Susan Earhart, Terry Anne Lange, Karen Desmond, Lynda Belcher, Martha Wilson, Gail Stapleton, Ann Campeau, Libby Henderson, Beth Mulhall, Nancy Barnes, Ann Chee- ver, Malinda Thiessen, Karen Fethe, Pamela Berg, Jean Specketer. Knit one, purl two, slip one . . . Front Row: Diana Robertson, Marta Riser, Carol Breedan, Alice Cutler, Alice Shackelford, Mary Douglas. Second Row: Jamie Prentice, lsis Arnao, Yvonne Tobias, Mary Mclntosh, Nancy Ensign, Susan Troy, Karleen Villa. Third Row: Elizabeth Oliverez, Patricia Jensen, Deborah Dodd, Lucinda Thayer, Cheryl DeMae, Judy Lowry, Alice Loving, Carolyn Graig, Pamela Frangos. Fourth Row: Elaine Bossart, Leslie Noyes, Deborah Neher, Mary Owen, Cynthia Rupp, Carol Bartlet, Marghy Jordan, Donna Knight, Nancy Winner. Who says upperclassmen have to be more sophisticated? Perhaps it was best to keep up appearances in the outside world, but when it came to the "inner Sanctum" of Summitt Wing, all pretenses of sophistica- tion disappeared. The girls released their inhibitions through such ac- tivities as popcorn feeds, surprise birthday parties, and co-operative functions with the upperclass men from Willard Hall. Surnmitt girls showed their serious side, too, as they began the process of establish- ing a new honor wing. summitt provides 'inner Sanctum' May God bless "Eras-eze. Front Row: Carla Boscoe, Frances Chambers, Vir- ginia Poppleton, Jo Ann Orsak, Linda Heath, Elizabeth Suhre, Patricia Fitzsimmons, Marian Ver- burg, Jill Brown. Second Row: Barbara Salisbury, Marilyn Schafer, Holly Tyner, Karen Koehl, Hazel Houpt, Toy Kim, Regina Diliberto, Linda Sledge, Stephanie Overholt, Frances Nichols. Third Row: Linda Lazzerino, Wanda Hiroki, Pam Newell, Carole Morgan, Susan Lohman, Kristine Engren, Frani Overlees, Lorna Fisher, Ellen Petrovich, Patricia Peterson, Janet Holschuh, Suzi Breen. Fourth Row: Estelle Jinbo, Sylvia Fersziendig, Alexandra Zavelle, Kathryn Pirie, Patricia Campbell, Susan Kelling, Sheryl Wilson, Pamela Smith, Lucinda Bellmar, Anne Vanderslice, Paula Pfloger, Mary Adams. 326 Front Row Carol Book Llnda Booze Sharon Pear son Claudla Dlessner Deborah Edge Corlyn Wld moyer Katnleen Muller Second Row Bonnle Thom as Carol McLennan Betty Edwards Nancy Cook Ruth Larsson Mar Kellogg Karen Randolph Martne Sebastlan Thnrd Row Barbara Grueve Janlce Lewis Patrucna Hynes SueAnn McBean Verble Whxtten Margaret Arndt Judith Shelton Joan Ewxng Paula Sterkel Suzanne Shaw Fourth Row Lynn Home wood Patty Patterson Barbxe Cox Karen Mantz Jane Lord Susan Davldson Charlotte Trout Bennle Bennorls Krlstln Krueger Mary Cochran Whether strlngung toilet paper down an entire hall tor their fresh man queen, planting water balloons over the resident advisor s door mopplng up overtlowxng suds from antiquated washers, the Mesa gurls provlded Hallett Hall wlth contlnu ous excitement Chicken wire from Homecomnng decoratlans, pump kms an the windows, Chrrstmas lnghts around the rooms, and tele phones tned up for hours all made Mesa Wlng a real home Front Row Chen Madden Lando Stlteler Nancy Harvey Cricket Davenport Jeannette Flick Patrlcla Bnggs Nancy Meyers Marianne Shelton Second Row Maureen Smith Sharon Gardner Ronna Textelbaum Judith Baker Tana Gay Kay Wlllcock son Penny Norton Patty McCleary Thlrd Row Barbara Melnen Christopher Alberts Elnzabeth Wilt Betsy Snydol Ellen Gelperln Gwendolyn Davls Jullet Reese Kathleen Clutter Candace Rosegay Barbra Wolnlak Barbara Deck Fourth Row Margaret Krumbach Sylvla Scheer Gloria Rogers Carolyn Cox Jean Monarch: DeAnn Hanshew Evelyn Robmson Leslne Flemmg Leslne Larson Mrcla Orr mesa home of freshman queen Front Row Marilyn Bledsoe Nancy Reeves Jud: Martrnez Carolyn Moore Janet Bell Chrlstlne Wesley Penelope Hoagland Patrrcla Lawton Second Row Joan Goldsmlth Patricia Powers Ehzabeth Thomas Rosemary Robnett Barbara Sadwlth Helen Jones Jennlter Eggen Karen Weaver Susan Kuble Thnrd Row Llse Heard Alvson Arthur Sue McCabe Jean Kaplan Kathxe Rowley Nancy Paulson Con stance Kesner Christopher Carsok Helen Lawrence Betty Deckard Sandra Uhlenhopp Fourth Row Nadya Mrchaels Jane Spock Marcla Lmdeman Carroll Godsman Marsha Logan Betsy Gregg Carol Furman Chrrstlne Davis Arlene Thlbeault Margy Walker, Leslie Dnmond, Ruth Earnshaw, Carolyn Strlcker 327 I U I bl ll . I I l ' 1 ', , ' I l I I l - ' . I I ' ' . I A I- .I I .I VI . I I I .I I z I I I A I I .I I I I ' 'I ' I .. ' t 1 ,' , - I I 1 l I -- , . : ' - I I I I Q I I I I .' 2 ', ' ', I I ' I I I I .I , . I - I I . I .I I ' I I S . . , ,or ' l . A ' ' ' I I l I I I .A I I 'I I I I .' I . I 1 ' , . Z . I I I t I r V .1 I , .. lf -- 4- M...-1 01.1 -. , hp. . -. 1-1--.- , 1 . 1 -1 ii -0 11.1 -11-l-I .-1.-.4 1.1 111:-n r.. ,..... .-1. ' f libb Y pi. . 3 i Happiness is 850 pages ot English literature. baca girls operate as unit - l L Unity was the key to Baca Wing's success in the social and scholastic realms. Working together, rather than as 85 individuals, the group planned everything from holiday parties with girls from the other dorms to exchange dinners with the boys. Cooperation was also essen- tial in observing quiet hours. And when there was a moment of tree time, the girls had ideal seats tor Watching intramural games in Libby Field. Front Row: Patty Berg, Sandy Hersey, Adele Skaff, Laurey Sheffield, Cheri Mazorie, Susan Worley, Mary Bertroch, Martha Knapp. Second Row: Gayle Fenton, Judy Anderson, Carol Murdock, Barbara Johnston, Donna Webber, Susan Sinclair, Judith Hiner, Sue Miller, Lee Nunez, Pat Joyce, Sandra Rygel. Third Row: Donna Mclntyre, Sandra Wells, Kathleen Patterson, Diann Innes, Merrie McGehee, Susan Mack, Sheryl Angstman, Jan Baer, Gabrielle Garvey, Ann Palmer, Karen Hewett, Marla Riegel, Ann Hladky, June Seppa. Fourth Row: Stella Tevah, Berle Abramson, Sarah Beisel, Linda Rieger, Cathy Hanes, Augusta McDonald, Carol Cunningham, Cyd Lyman, Meredith Hampton, Patty Ryan, Nancy Holcomb, Caps Zoller. Front Row: Margaret Rhoads, Marjorie Manning, Charlotte Kohloss, Linda Ito, Alice Marita, Nancy Livingston, Second Row: Alice Wolfson, Cecelia Lampe, Sharcn Jones, Rita House, Lolly Lundquist, Mary Hoehl, Sandy Scott, Cindy Cooke, Jonny Mac- Guire, lsabel Saracino. Third Row: Jaynne Laften, Judy Bonke, Shannon Moore, Virginia Danna, Nancy Haines, Joan Nitschke, Anne Darling, Sandy Simms, Pat Richardson, Leslie Shenefelt, Denise Watts, Mary Ann Ervin, Mary Lindsay. Fourth Row: Susan Schopf, Barbara Packard, Martha Gibson, Pat Bushner, Reva Friedman, Rowanne Bernstein, Katherine McClintock, Nancy Elliott, Alice Chambers, Mary Hawkins, Trish Grilley. 329 , Q"f Fi Elf? Vi' f T - 9 This year's Gilpin girls were out- Wiissvs. 1 it i T si, standingly gregarious in the halls. Their hall performances included such varied activities as parties, ex- ercises, skateboarding, r u n n i n g gauntlets, singing, and that mo'st strenuous activity - t a I k i n g . Whenever things were dull, the girls could count on being thrown in a freezing shower, being shot by a squirt gun, or finding their beds short sheeted. Spring brought them out of the halls where they enjoyed ri J i T is sun-bathing, dodging 1 'Z-Q95 sf V - Vg A! outstanding party Front Row: Linda Wicken, Elayne Shafner, Lucinda Lester, Kathy Riedesel, Kristine Hansen, Lynda Gibbs, Beverly Kaufman, Joan Armstrong, Jennifer Gampell, Deborah Kirkpatrick, Christine Sorensen. Second Row: Barbara Brown, Kathleen Joyce, Ann Norwood, Kristi Pierson, Elley Jacobs, Mona Rosen, Karen Rasor, Emily Miller, Anne Kennedy, Sharon Bain, Barbara Mack. Third Row: Dana Diehl, Sharon McCoy, Barby Berryman, Jennifer Griffey, Terry Walther, Carla Olson, Cynthia Dean, Merilyn Ustick, Sandy Keller, Patty Sackin, Hilda Buchalter, Margaret Waltz, Janie Stoll, Patricia Hall. Fourth Row: Jeanne Creighton, Sally Bradshaw, Carol Allen, Barbara Spar, Helen Lewis, Susan Krill, Susan Rugtiv, Sally Vandegrift, Anne Vincent, Becky Lemoine, Ann Kraatz, Louise Bates, Susan McKee, Alexis Lenzini. gilpinites Front Row: Lois Ament, Carolyn Jenny, Judith Costlow, Joan Flinn, Holly Ahroon, Linda Broughton, Janet Wilcox, Susan Hamilton, Linda Drew, Sylvia Marx. Second Row: Pam Stewart, Cathy Donegan, Kitty Bair, Margo Cohen, Flip Unger, Sue Schagane, Donna Narodick, Kim Liang, Linda Kowach. Third Row: Patience Thrumston, Judi Kublin, Helen Lauterbach, Donna Mauro, Madelyn Schlaepfer, Jann Faris, Sally Patrick, Jean McGlochlin, Sandra Hall, Paula lagmin, Virginia Lemke, Mary Prevedel. Fourth Row: Roniece Harper, Susan Morley, Kay Bean, Terri Reichardt, Diane Ashmun, Judi Solomon, Andrea Crouppen, Libby Atkins, Barbara Zabel, Karel Goddard, Lal Leaver. i , - Q fi-T ' T water bal- -. w loons, and studying on the lawn. girls First Row: Gail Marcus, Elaine Fisher, Sandy Valls, Lynn Margolin, Helene Dreiseszun, Janice Lutes, Norma Sawdey, Candice ldeen, Arleen Bismarck, Marilyn Ritchey, Barbara Poley. Second Row: Judy Cabral, Bonnie Lay, Judy Tockman, Michelle Sarsfield, Karen Londner, Cyndee Clausen, Susan Maloney, Linda Kossler, Janie Rosen, Kay Lee Hughes, Anita Best, Bev Bloom, Beth Gardenswartz. Third Row: Helen Gould, Carol DeLuca, Linda Oegerle, Colette Schulte, Cheri Lustig, Jeannie Lee, Lynne Glaeske, Sharri Levine, Marty Scott, Bev Langendoerfer, Lynn Coleman, Linda Liles, Diane Bomash. Fourth Row: Linda Jindra, Carol Smith, Carol Thaemert, Jan Beckstrand, Anita LeRosen, Jo Katzenbarger, Sharon Haynes, Patsy Part, Pat Czeczok, Sue Spangenberg, Barb James, Beth Chidley, Sherril Braun, Lynn Fisher. First Row: Anne Litchfield, Patricia Roberson, Mary Ann Kullman, Kathy Adamson, Marsha Hoffbauer, DeLaine Burton, Estelle Singer, Lynne Cohn. Second Row: Anne Bogage, Donna Mandel, Julie Weber, Patricia Young, Sharon Cuthbertson. Third Row: Susan Burns, Cindy Hildebrand, Marilyn Jelliff, Nancy Gemmill, Judy Howen- stine, Marita Gale, Sherry Bristow, Kitty Shaw, Heather Macmillan, Pam Gee, Fran Goodman, Catherine Erickson. Fourth Row: Donna Stewart, Linda Stern, Evelyn Duman, Judi Harnish, Penny Pontiff, Janis Tureen, Judy Courtney, Elise Allen, Lisa Berger, Gail Hunt. montrose activities well-rounded Montrose Wing began an active year with election of the wing's council early in October. The coun- cil worked diligently to establish fair criteria for the extension of hours as well as to plan and direct other wing activities. An active social calendar included a function with the Quad, an exchange dinner with N ic h o l s, participation in Homecoming decorations, and or- ganized faculty firesides in which professors were invited to Libby for dinner and discussions. Ii t il , il' all Front Row: Barbara Raymond, Linda Harvey, Neva Skakich, Leslie Cohen, Patty Lemke, Judith Simms, Wanda Palermo, Carol Kane, Judy Silverman. Second Row: Linda Strauss, Norma Rice, Shirley Rhudy, Judith Rice, Mary Ann Clark, Patricia Pigford, Sandra Lawhon, Julie Postma, Lynn Greenberg, Nata Jean Strauss, Meredith Hays. Third Row: Jane Innes, Lois Weisgerber, Phyllis Goren, Virginia Messer, Virginia Ferguson, Kay Bearly, Nancy Lee Pierpoint, Judy Emeson, Kay Cummins, Debby Kerner, Sandra Michel, Sally Odell, Brenda Kottmann, Becky Elias, Nancy Taylor, Lynn Isaak. Fourth Row: Pamela Schuldt, Thressa lthomitis, Karen Jensen, Ruby Cordray, Jani Freeman, Glenda l-lamamata, Julie Bettencourt, Linda Zimmerman, Pat Hupp, Mary Margaret Reinke, Barbara Churchill, Mary Adams, Karen Root, Michal Reddish, Yuma Wing was privileged to house upperclass women who lived under y u m a an honor system. The system, based on the honesty and integrity of each individual girl and on the respect for others, was so effective that no - specific regulations were needed h concerning dress and hours. The girls of Yuma were able to enjoy unlimited l2:OO and 2:30 privi- leges. Eventually each girl in the wing with a 2.5 cumulative grade average was given a key. Sfudy break. A quick hand before lunch. 7 'A' --if: 332 Q1 ,W F e Ag, 5, 3f,f."1g" li, " 1.-' f,a ,l V .. -1 Ni as ,. I 1 . A X . 'ak' - , ,vp ,..f fy- V," f?ff,.'i" if 'y aftfzr xi 'ff' .. , A f"A ' . -f ' ,Z ff- ,Q if. df?" 5 , " ' ,P ' 3 4 g f ' 1 'vm M! ' A Ja -NA'-!:.i - 1. 1 3,55- fn , ,-M -fm ' rg' vu' wvrwv -1.-f--....1 A hm The age of the instant tan. 334 Functions with Nichols and Baker Halls highlighted the first weeks at college life tor the residents of Bigelow Wing. Between skate- boarding sessions in the basement and impromptu shaving cream battles and water fights, study tables in the dining room and en- forcement ot quiet hours in the halls occupied a major portion of each girl's time. The annual paint- ing of the lions at Homecoming time took on a new approach with spray point speeding up the pro- cess. bige-low sprays sewall lions Front Row: Linda Kemmerer, Cathy Lom- bardo, Barbara Sherman, Kristin Pflueger, Dorothea Webber, Janice Kashio, Linda Gald- fine, Helene Friedman, Gale Yamagata, Cheryl Worley. Second Row: Kristin Hinds, Janet Singer, Norma Zabel, Lorraine Olsen, Janine Wiedel, Patricia Krause, Jo Anna Smith, Judith Kirkland, Harovel Grays, Dianne Williamson, Third Row: Karen Roberts, Cristine Fry, Pat Goehl, Elizabeth Lancaster, Constance Kelly, Laura Schlund, Sharron Hanson, Jan Bach, Becky Losee, Sandy Hale. Front Row: Suzy Aishton, Joanna White, Elaine Oppenlander, Felicia Diamond, Vicki Wilkowski, Silvia Veith, Ruth Osmer, Mary Shields, Marilyn Murray, Diana Dewell, Judy Payne, Barbara Fahey. Second Row: Judith Horvat, Bonita Bell, Dena Grady, Susan Duke, Martha Ennis, Vickie Burnett, Lois Clark, Diane Palmer, Kay Lynn McKelvey. Third Row: Pamela Harmer, Jan Kwit, Karen Hig- gins, Mary Piering, Letha Mabry, Susan Nie- Clune. meyer, Jean Williamson, Martha Ellis, Kath- leen O'Halloran, Phyllis Sabec, Cheryl Mc- Front Row: Cathy Crane, Jama Bennett, Patty Sargent, Marjorie Brown, Stephanie Giles, Lee Espinosa, Nancy Virginia Weth- erell, Judy Contreras, Mary Christensori, Sally Stockdale. Second Row: Marilyn Waski, Patricia Boyle, Patricia Willis, Susan Simmons, Sandi DeJohn, Jini Price, Marete Egle, Mary Niehaus, Sherron Lewis, Martha Heizer. Third Row: Suzanne Wigginton, Sharon Pierce, Joan Allen, Kathy Spurgin, Karen Lindahl, Lorene Cribari, Marion Shockey, Sandra Ford, Linda Lacy. Front Row: Carole Griep, Vicki Vondever, Linda Svore, Jamie Batten, Martha Tobin, Gay Lynn Davis, Carol Bozeman, Lou Larn- bard, Linda Scott, Judy Belmont, Bev Brown, Mollie Graves. Second Row: Catherine Mc- Rae, Susan Schmidt, Nancy Runstrom, Phyllis Kawakami, Joyce Crowther, Maria i Whitehead, Dee Buckley, Kiely Forrestal, Vic- tress Hitchcock, Sondra Capra. Third Row: Mary Bacon, Linda O'Banian, Vickie Johnson, Pam Everitt, Linda Keller, Susan Adams, Sherry Welch, Mary Beatty, Monica Hoff- mann, Elmyro School. harding y We establishes monarchy Harding Wing of Sewoll Hall be- came the first kingdom on campus when it kidnapped its own king, who reigned from the lobby. No sooner had the regime been estab- lished, however, than the whole floor erupted into o massive civil war which lett the halls covered with pools ot shaving cream and laughing victims. ln any case, the Harding girls didn't need a mon- arch trom Aden to achieve wing unity. They accomplished this themselves through such projects as the learning of the fight song and Alma Mater to sing at games and a very successful Children's Day. S-s iv' eq Front Row: Betty Tateyama, Judith Miller, Becky Coldwell, Cynthia Wintersgill, Deborah Dawson, Gwen Tepley, Sally Cleaver, Laura Johnson, Linda Gonnerson. Second Row: Bar- bara Ziskin, Susan Hendrickson, Deborah Smith, Catherine Dunlop, Florence Osebold, Jean Smol- ski, Sally Munson, Shirley Bruce, Betty Wind- vand, Leslie Sheldon, Drucillo Druse, Verena Lukaszewicz, Carol Dorman. Third Row: Beatrice Stevens, Donno Baucke, Marian Dolla- hite, Candieann Thompson, Elizabeth Brockman, JoAnn Madsen, Diane Gibson, Andrea Wuerth- ner, Kathleen Booth, Katherine Archuleta, Terry Bosch, Jane Campen, Ericka Jeike, Carol Burt dick, Fourth Row: Sara Downs, Kate Stewart, Gwendelyn Haase, Myrna Dailey, Margaret Scholz, Margie Hanks, Sheryl Finch, Merrilee McGough, Phyllis Marshall, Carol Knopke, Mary Davies, Lois Schierbrock, Sheryl Doriohn. U L l t As good as home. ,alll I ' lr' J yu in-..-2" l The last minute try. Lester girls excelled at everything from creating bat caves to writing soldiers. For l-lalloween, they trans- formed the lounge into a giant bat cave equipped with poison water, witches on mirrors, bats, and spi- der webs. On a full-time basis, they undertook an even more am- bitious project. Through a chap- lain at Da Nong Air Base, the girls received names at soldiers in Viet Nam who got little mail and filled their spare time writing letters. lester writes Viet nam soldiers 1-'V lpi, , Njii Y V ,-,. ,I I l . , g i ' 1 f if' ,f l 'PY' Tl .Qu ,Ml l J 'Q ' l i l l mc keehan the silent chamber McKeehan, known as the silent chamber of Sewall by the freshman wing next door, had a brighter side also. A unique version of "kick the can" which utilized a waste- basket was invented to release ten- sion and soothe the over-studious upperclass coed. More freedom was given each individual as the new policy for the extension of hours was adopted and an atmos- phere ot independence instead of regulation was encouraged by the resident advisors. ef ,f- f me f" ?L . !.g1,,1?i' - F .-Q Just out of a dust storm. -,f--..- ' , . s 'E-:HS-3 ., -, gait: ,n le. g ,V-tv,-r 1 ' ,fx A L.. ,Wg f -ff gr iii- One more hour to learn. A r if-ri. -vi .,-- . ' w Front Row: Donna Loftt, Marsha Smith, Sheila Hurley, Diana Kiter, Sharon Macki, Rayna Val- entine, Julianne Curtis, Eldora Cedarquist, Deb- rah Bernstein, Gabriella Hamm. Second Row: Ellen Hesselbach, Linda Maruyama, Margaret Crabb, Jittima Bunnag, Gyanne Shipman, Judith Laird, Vira Jo Murray, Brenda Yarbrough, Kathryn Oka, Diana Hartman. Third Row: Marsha Foy, Elizabeth Ullrick, Marquerite John- son, Lorelei Wendler, Debra Stow, Susan Tim- mans, Linda Buetzer, Nancy Rogers, Patricia d'Avila, Kathleen Oyer, Linda Feutz, Sandi Smith. Fourth Row: Janet Cathcart, Ginger Feuaag, Kathleen Mumma, Anne Williams, Mary Anne Kaos, Lynne Fontanier, Bonnie Thompson, Sharon Sabec, Anne Carman, Parke Baskerville, Pam Day. 337 CENTRAL BOARD: Front Row: Barbara Kraus, Barbara Bradley, Nancy Deal, Pam Everitt. Second Row: Sally Cleaver, JoEllen Wilson, Nancy Reordan, Beth Gardenswartz. Reorganizing WRHA rules of con- duct, including extending hours and junior keys, caused the Wo- men's Residence Halls Association . to develop new methods to disci- W a p h pline women residents. Liberal pol- icies required increased personal attention-the WRHA established in-service training programs for mo n al R.A.'s with the emphasis on coun- seling techniques. The WRHA also sponsored educational activities for ' the dorms including speakers, pan- els, taculty tiresides, and films. PRESIDENTS' ROUND TABLE: Front Row: Sally Cleaver, Marsha Smith, Anne Bredehorn, Dianne Williamson, Sharon Whitcamb, Carla Boscoe, Cherie Ennis. Second Row: Meredith l-lays, Gwendolyn Davis, Lilly Fireman, Elise Allen, Barbara Williams, Kathy Gargan, Barbara Sperl, Lou Lombard, Kay Sullivan, Susan Bonsall,'Dodie Lingle, Patsy Tyler. 338 l 233' f r 1 ,1 v 1 1, . rf' kittridge ' 4 Lfffkx 'ff Vi: 1 "P - if 5 '3- .,-:4 gui, ii! , se 1 "1 fr 7 3. Le '31, phi, yo- isis , Y 25: I L A ,N ". "' f,.'TI- 'n fi 2 e--Vg I-,g'4i,. . -C ,xl ,Yi 'X' i-'fa' ff' .s""'3:gx' ul' ,'.1!."'sXfi 0 L' I r ffl' 9 t 8 49 5 Q-1 kkk reigns over kittredge This year the KKK reigned over Kittredge Complex, the newest dorm area at the University. The Complex consisted of two women's dorms, Smith and Buckingham, two men's dorms, Andrews and Arnett, and the Commons Build- ing. ln addition to housing all dining facilities, the Commons was further equipped with two lounges in which one could study or entertain dates, a TV, ping pong tables, and a snack bar decorated in old-West style, com- plete with pictures of Tom Mix on the wall. It was the job of the KKK, otherwise known as the Kittredge Komplex Kouncil, to aid the dorm councils and coordinate joint activities. - of a word." - Tj t ' l .. . . " " -, l' I "1 Q 'Q -' .ee l Front Row Ruth Jackson Carol Johnson Terry Mayo Cynl Pasternack Jud: Stem Susan Beatty Anne Bredehorn Karen Keellng Barbara Holper Second Row Nlta Brltton Ava Jones Vnckl Romeo Chrnstme Proctor Patrlcla Conway Carol Snortland Susan Davenport Candy Knutson Sandra Troup Nancy Moss Sally Spence Front Row Sandie South Louise Hauser Regma Dickey Jean Haguus Cynthla Wlllxams Betty Chnstman Isa Jultak Carol Roadhouse Second Row Belua Tubb Jane Reynolds Ellen Malsel Manlee Hoase Lynda Crusp Esther De Jong Susie Knndred Mlm: Drewry Debbie Bonestell Third Row Nancy Gregg Kathey Osweller Joan Wagner Mary Collins Kay Walter Llnda Polvogt Patrncua Whlteaker Duane Engelbert Kern Welsel Anita Huddle Front Row Meredith Hart Marda Barthuln Lee Buckley Jane McKnight Muchele Robbms Kathl Lappln Shelagh Houck Ellen Cohen Carol Hardwlck Gayle Craug Lnnda Ross ThlrdRow Linda Knaus Mary Wheeler Joan Otoupollk Mary Endres Marporle Schmltz Nmette Sword Donna Jack Elvse Brunkhorst Front Row Mercedes Wllhelm Terre Stuer Pamela Bauer lrls Nakata Lmclo Knmsey Ennlda Robles Hermune Zaskm Serenella Kukla Susanne Haley Katherine Apostolos Second Row Constance Arkens Bernadlne Volpl Terrle Fox Llnda Hennnch Kathleen Boone Garlyn Flasco Klvoko Tokunaga Nancy Anderson Myra Lynch Rhoda Corbett Anne Hammes Jane Metzger Thnrd Row Mary Shlcara Dale lverts Judy Cllne Duane Muller JoCarol Smuth Sandra Myers Mary Proctor Denase Decker Judlth Johnson Carol Kajukawa 341 l : I , l , I . . 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Sec- ond Row: Karon Nelson, Julie Zierenberg, Karen Bass, Toni Morton, Barbara Cohen, Sharon Grossman, Barobara Smith. Third Row: Lee Miller, Ellen Berns, Jeanne lacona, Barbara Govan, Dynda Andrews, Cyndi Cooper. Fourth Row: Suzie Peter- son, Christine Goodwin, Linda Holtman, Barbie Williams, Jane Koppel, Rea Wilson, Mary Baggoley, Pat Ehlers. Front Row: Liz Gardner, Terry Fink, Bor- bara Gadley, Jane Burgess, Pamela Pegram, Linda Moorhead. Second Row: Barbara Ulmer, JoAnne Portu, Cecilia Siu, Judy DeJong, Connie Urbach, Eva Warelc, Ann Miller, Erma Stephens. W - Y 1 '- we-we 2' ' lI!4'6Sf+Lff54i Y, ,Aw ii 1 eel. 1 N .. lmpatience personified. lake provides home Ol' agamen and ot The campus country club-the Kittredge resort-offered activities which ranged from panels on dat- ing and modern sex morals to im- promptu coed football games, snowball fights, and songfests. The lake separating the women's and men's dorms was a favorite feature of the complex and served as an ice skating rink, a muddy bath for less fortunate students, and the murky home of their mascots- Agamen and Ot, the muskrats. Al- though many residents complained of blisters and tired feet from the long walk, the majority admitted that the luxurious atmosphere af- forded by Kittredge made the extra effort well worthwhile. Front Row: Nancy Price, Lois LaCroix, Lindy Atzenweiler, Ellen Goff, Patti Gordon, Diana Binder. Second Row: Roberta Conkin, Marcia Sherman, Mary Gindling, Jackie Wallace, Karin Stemer, Cindy McDermid, Nancy Reordan. Third Row: Connie Smith, Linda Bitter, Kathy Bretz, Debbie Hire, Becky Banks, Gayle Cooper, Marilyn Haber, Laurie Smith. Fourth Row: Cheryl Bonesteel, Lauren Edgren, Diane Ledder, Barbara Lynch, Thela Neff, Johnna Ferguson, Jackie Faust, Ann Fleischer, Coretta Gollehon. 344 I ,1' f . .5 lg: C Fan ,5, ix Q in W' 'v 'F' 'W' H! mf ml V 551.31 "'x?f l l l i l l Front Row: Steve Westley, Perry Smith, Donald Smith, Jay Madsen, Daniel Hayward, Robert Sydonsk, Hecton Perez de Tejada, Juan Azcui, Carlos Calle, James Rayburn, Alan Clark. Second Row: Lee Koleski, Harry Jong, Akira Ohii, William Eberle, Ellison Onizuka, Alemayehu Asres, Hailu Tickaher, Daniel Sullivan, Lukasz Lukaszewicz, Larry Burton, Third Row: Larry Volberding, Ernest Shiraki, Herman Goellnitz, Robert Eckland, Russell Farmer, Robert Wills, David Anderson, George Steele, Michael Rowe, John Cross, Jack Shepperd, Steven Schock. Delta Wing had the distinction of being the quietest wing on campus. d I Although it was quiet, it was by no e means dead. Rumor had it that all I of the girls' dorms hung in sus- q u pense while waiting to function with Delta. The men of this wing I weren't lacking in sport spirit W I n g O n either. This year many varsity athletes were required to live in the Ca u S dormitories, and Delta received their fair share, including two But- , talo quarterbacks. One night education. ' Y r .X Af gl . ' rival" ' N., 'aw- A rung brlngs a needed study break Relaxation nn a dorm earmutts and an electrlc blanket gunmson enjoys frequent se renades Gunnison Wlng of Baker Hall reached an all tame pinnacle of gracious lxvlng thus year Cultural ly they were serenaded by the Uni versity ot Colorado Men s March :ng Band each Monday Wednes day, and Friday and awakened to sts melodlous stranns early Satur day mornlngs They were further dnstlngunshed by their own drnmg room and culsnne prepared by the Unlversntys most talented culun ary artists And In the soclal realm, Gunnison men functioned wnth only the most elite gurls dorms ln short, Gunnison men made strides unparalleled In the history of the University Front Row Mark Kutnunk Jerry Hansen James Cavender Alvm Olson John Brooks Edward Post Mlchael Serpan Richard Burns Robert Ellls Muchael Hngguns Rodney Prentice Fredenck Buegel Second Row Ralph Wallace Russell Chrlstlansen James Kelson Gregg Muller R J Carlson Peter de Haan Arnold Read James Kunzman Rlchard Stockwell Randall Stone Wllllam Laney Eugene Olson Wade Hale Richard Motlka Thlrd Row Thomas Selders Rnchard Wrlls Paul Beardsley Raymond Tennant Gregory Franchmu Rnchard McDermott Howard Hooker Bradley Pelsue Kirk Rider Joseph Murray Harvey Henteleff Ronald Cowen 349 be ou ray men W. were cu's 'far i, playboys Fascination . . . or discipline? Front Row: Ralph Kline, Paul Karrer, Philip Besancon, Ulie vonWilpert, Ronald Vincent, Jimmie Spears, Peter Amelingmeier, Scott Sellinger, Robert Barr, Jack Schuh. Second Row: George Rogers, John Schroeder, James Krumhansl, Kevin Kirby, John Taylor, Carter Koles, Alan Stage, Gus Sitas. Third Row: Rick Dent, Frank McClanahan, George Hagen, Ronald Stradiatto, Craig Love, Gerald Fulton, Douglas Gile, Ronald Nation, Jonathan Bale, Mark Okey. Ouray men truly proved themselves to be the playboys of CU as they sponsored a Bunny Party which was the wing's social event of the season. This party, complete with bunnies in their famous attire, gave Ouray residents a long-awaited chance to practice techniques carefully learned from Playboy. Next to bunnies, Ouray's great- est interest loy in athletics. With many residents on intramural and varsity squads, the men of Ouray were well represented in Baker's athletic program. Front Row: James Smith, Steve Kawanabe, Bernard Daum, Henry Wong, .lames Tien, .loan Schwab, Robert Schwab, Ed Maestas, Stanley Anderson, David Steere, Terry Nolan. Second Row: William Zimmerman, Roger Hutton, Kenneth Rogala, Dennis Bair, Gordon Haycraft, Michael Horner, Ralph Rinne, Richard Koby, Eric Smith, Dennis Haberkorn, Joel Hooper, Franklin Takacs. Third Row: Robert Wherry, Donald Motson, Robert Schultz, Trox Poland, Henry Anderson, David Wherry, Bill Arries, Gary Wertz, Gregory Thomas, Steve Gentle, Dale Walker, Richard Preston, Jeffrey Fink. 350 The resndents of Kiowa started the year with good nntentuons Thelr prumary goal was to make their wnng a quiet place to study As the year progressed, however, the slackened up a but and declded It would be enough to create a pleas ant environment In whlch to llve But by Homecoming all good ln tentlons had been thrown to the wand and Kiowa men had decided Therefore, they lost no time an tunctlonlng wlth Farrand, and In actlvely partlclpatlng In Bakers open house held after the Home coming game A dream un mmlature klowa starts with good Intentions Front Row Vern Houston Mlke Duncan Duck Hlester David Nldey Stephen Port Roger Cain Duck Noll Fred Sclubba James Kaepke Ron Weaver Kenneth Freese Second Row John Culley Robert Fnckel James McLain Jack Barr Ronald Carleton Dennrs Zlnner Davld Cameron John Allen Anthony Wlese Rnchard Alejandra Gene Starbuck Third Row Marc Maller Douglas Cohn Kent Gunnufson Bruce Cole Sherwood Shonkland Geofrey Galbraith Davld Lester Robert Thaln Davud Klm berly J ohn Kesterson Y Front Row Bruce vanAhlefeldt Juris Melkas Davnd Schroeder Peter Van Arsdale Rick Calhoun Marty Smith Jack Tracy Gerhard Klttler Leonard Bussell George Barker Rrch Castro Second Row Charles Prnngl Dan Mustoe Phllllp Deos Robert Francls, Gerald Walker, Theodore Shelmo, Duck Broun, Harlan Mumma, John Moore, John Myers, John Aranda, Cralg Shot well, Patrlck Rrley Thurd Row Gale Zeller, Tam Leach, Doug Kelley, Edward Zayac, Tom Gloy, Tlm Snyder, Craig Reilly, Jock Hanson, Terry Murdock, Drew McCoy, David Claycomb, Michael Ashura 351 ' ' . l T L ' lf y ll lf' -l . . . ,T W X - - - - . is . . 'HT ' -. 22 ' eil, T ' B. T just to concentrate on having fun. T , . . fp , -A . . . . :A , K J W , ,A I r v .ifU,,j . . . . . I U ' ' Vit ": be 1 l l l , lll.: ' ll A l J ig ll r l nichols J '1,.f- 79" ww- W. I' 1"-. -X ,-.. s S SX X X -,Q X X MT . Q? -...Q QR X-, xx , , , ,- 'Ax -X , A- X . -xiv f :'.fXs XX. , ,KV X, -., X 'J 'V ,,- 'xi-X -X7-k X -1-:,Q,.-,a.f- - XX f ' uns" i.'SX- arapahoe scene of skateboard slaloms HIP' Halls worn thnn by skateboard slaloms, nolsy congregatuons goth ered around the laundry room the sprung tame drenchnng of gurls wlth waterballoons made up part of the llves of Arapahoe men Studying was also an Important part of their schedule Qulet hours were estab llshed with this fact In mind and wuth the exceptlon of a few dls turbances ln the form of a bounc :ng handball or echoing laughter were generally adhered to College or the draft? Front Row Jerry Larson Ed McWrllnams Randy Reeder Dean Mnnze Manlyn Mrnze Stephen Johnson Robert Favor Pat Kovar Second Row Chris Scena Bernie Paoli Don Cover John Riley Mnchael Walth Andrew Gardunlo Rach Roderick Joe Gleason Davnd Aschermann Third Row Don Bynum Steve Parker Bull McCorkle Kurk Pnchard Bull Sampson Alan Wnght Gary Nlederjohn Jack Mltchener Roger Swanson Damel Kelley 353 I N W, nl ' eil., , 31' . V. ll V lr i . . , . X f f 1. W, .Q I H feta . f C j ll l. l qi' X., ' K , A , , . ' Il nl . I E ' l , , , ' .n ,I K - .' ' ' L I C ,' "z. , ,fe R' l ' i F-.C , ,F I Q I, l Q V., A' ' x A , s , , w ces W V I' . 1 ji' ' 'J .. , ' ill , ' - ' t . . ml, I l ' lfmb W ,l ,. . ' U ,gg II I - -J! I7 . . . . . --.' -'-s' ':- ' ll ' V " 2 i.,i:4V.H:,g N .A Y! A 1 , i I U 1 ' V - if 1 i ' , " ..r - 7 I . 1 f I I 1 - 5 1 I I I 1 1 1 1 - 5 I I , 1 . , , , , - X N . 'iii 1. . .:" Qi" , . 1? vb fs' 2 'Sf fy Til A iw 5 5595 Q ,Q ' ., ,Q . -in QQWTQED li 1:- H. ,,,:H- wmv ,L ifilf. .L Y, F ,. :Q iw !, 1 1 lr I Q , "ip '7 , Eire' ,, ' V bf- . Lv- km 1 " gi A' ..' 5' 'agfl 'fg X 4...- xgfgi K ,Pak ' 1 fu, 4 Qfziy . 45 . ,f, fa., ,,. -N ,M 131132, W L A ...,,,..f 4, GFP V psig: J, '1- 9 ,3. -1-..4-5: ,' .swf L-. -- mb. 3b XS fa" F , 1 V 2 Lili .T..., 511 I Kai Q ' I il, Af' - 5: .254 2+ if .N ,'1Hi'5,f': saguache men are inventive Innovations reigned in Saguache Wing as inventive residents initiat- ed an experimental government system, advanced girl-watching techniques, stereophonic amplifi- cation ot gaudy noises, and a busy schedule of sleeping by day and howling by night. Although the most enthusiastically supported ac- tivity remained eyeballing, other aspects of residence-hall living were also taken seriously. Saguache men were active participants in in- tramural, social, and scholastic programs. The sound of music Front Row: Kent Christensen, Carl Plunkett, Kent Haynes, Marty Fegley, Steve Romeo, George Wiklund Richard Homerick Robert Davison Second Row Philip Druker, Jim Logan, John McGill, Saul Licholat, John Grudis, Scott Tegtmeyer, Lane McDowell Richard Thompson David Frank Third Row Don DeFord, Tim Wollin, Barry Schermer, Kimber Deal, Dave VanGundy, Charlie LeCorchick, Don Marturano John Priebe Dennis Haley 356 W fff I K if 25' 1' X f willard Of all the wings in Willard, Fre- mont was the lucky one that dined with the girls in Libby. Fremont men further added to a day's en- joyment the music of three electric guitars, one tenor saxaphone, a set of drums, one Navy bugle, and the shower choir. Using some of this musical talent, they formed a band for their functions with Hallett. Fremont men also sponsored speak- ers trom the ASUC Senate, joint speakers from the Young Demo- crats and Republicans, and in- formal discussion groups with wings of Hallett Hall. Music makes anything tolerable. fremont men musically inclined Front Row: John Ott, James Stoutamire, Jeff Pecka, Felix Grassmann, Jan Alexander, Dale Dittmar, James Sagel. Second Row: Greg Dougherty, Gary Fix, Roger Davidson, Robert Ciaronello, Adrian Acevedo, Mike Letkeman, Buckey Olmsted, Third Row: David Weister, Steve Schaps, Dennis SaBell, Larry Hunt, Arvo Hall, Janis lverts, William Steele, Jerome Hamren, Owen Beaver, Linn Phillips, Jack Simmons. Fourth Row: Louis Absher, Roy Thorn- ley, Thomas Church, Alan Burchard, Glen Zimmerman, John Zapotocky, Guy Carleton, Robert Powers, Robert Bekins, Bruce Harris. 358 ' 1 Front Row: Richard Munday, John Meyers, Robert Wilson, Freddie Geist, Dennis Jordan, Bruce Doolittle, John Lockrem. Second Row: Thomas Shetler, Michael Forney, Marc Kauffman, Lester Farwell, Michael Moore, Larry Leighton, John Hanson, Woody Garrett, John Danielsen, Third Row: Larry Wolfe, Richard Leibundgut, Roger Cornell, George Vonl-leeren, Russell Lambert, Larry Gebhort, Edward Butler, James Perlstein, Herb Herndon, The R.A.'s of Otero Wing led a hard lifel When they weren't try- ing to quiet Otero's overabundance of guitar enthusiasts, they were wondering who had filled the shower stalls with shaving cream. Otero men further made life lively f by bornbarding passing girls with snowballs and water-balloons, and by making the most of their good view of Farrand. Otero residents r b n S also enjoyed watching the dorm's new color TV. But we must study. V S 9 , ' ' :Y E1 ii 17 J ,it esse- L T iittte 5 -. .p-ge 7. 4 wg, -fa Q' i. ri! . ' i ii 5 3, KWWEM teller achieves 'lived-in' atmosphere Bursts of activity throughout the year characterized the third-floor crew of Willard Hall. Politically, socially, or athletically, Teller Wing was there. Scholastically, they were almost there-but no one's perfect. Resident advisors labored to main- tain serenity on the floor, but Teller residents still took pride in the 'fact that their wing looked and sounded more lived in than any other on campus. 360 You're only as tar as the phone. Front Row: Richard Switzer, Felix Leon, Ronald Murray, Steven Read, Michael Cyprian, Edgar Cox, Ashley Pond, Jorge Villanueva, Isaac Green. Se-:ond Row: Richard Bither, Douglas Henry, William Schneider, John McLean Ill, Lawrence Lyon, Michael Pearce, Walter Schreiber, Michael Murphy, Charles Steineger, Arlyn Whitchurch. Third Row: Richard Boscardin, James Boyd, Warren Peterson, David Gray, Steven Kramer, Alan Weitzel, Kent Williamson, Martin Spangler, Charles Ulrich Ill, Philip Palmer lV, Daniel Milner, David Weir, James Weaver, Charles Linder, Richard Rosen. Fourth Row: Craig Hoellwarth, Rick Waris, Charles Foreman, John Swiger, James Maclean, Robert Egan, Michael McCabe, Stuart Schloss, Dale Anderson, James Hunt, Bob Everhart, Keith Jones. Front Row: Dennis Abbey, Dick Coburn, James Murray, Peter Kelly, Dale Harrington, James Godbe. Second Row: Robert Wixsan, Gerald Radetsky, Brooks Geiger, Russell Bergen, Eric Martinez, Dennis Frohlich, David Thomas. Third Row: Bryce Houpt, Michael Redman, John Ritzenthaler, Phillip Valdez, Jeffrey Kohr, Clarence Corriveau, Wayne Sauer, James Newell, Thomas Sanford, Robert Partridge. Fourth Row: Karl Kuebitz, J. Michael Dovenitz, Christopher Jacques, Ron Lamott, Pat Kelly, David Kenney, Michael Jenkins, Michael Thorfinnson, Bob Jarman. the quadrangle ,J . ' Hi , 55 1 a' 1l"fi ff' fm ix FV-' 9' . 0 , 3: 5, l , .1 4 3 gf , WJ '-A 4' . rk 31' tzqbj Q-4, X 'gifs K2 f W S' up S Q' ,.,. .-,1 rT, view Q ? 1:3 fr 'Q' .9 .5 wif?-f iw I' V , x 1 viziw Wy Front Row Calvin Gabelman Joseph Hume Stephen Knight James Sarnpsel Robert Fearn Martln Klnna Davld Shahan Sec ond Row Kenneth Schwab Frank Moore Arthur Feln Raymond Davxs Stuart Wllson James Herrera John Donahoe Rlchard Ruettgers John Schroeder Thlrd Row John Kunngonus Donald Bottoms Jay Nelson Pete Baird Dennis Chrustensen Ronald Ellns Rudy Mapell: Drew Kmder Jock Jollymore Tumothy Rector Wnllnam Lowery Kenneth Kelly James McMahon Robert Henson Front Row George Schlel Mlke McNelly Thomas Phllllps Gregory Sprmger Peter Borgos Don Gerhardt Wllllam Hobble Second Row John Mandelbaum Kahlman Fallon John Broslus Rlchard Boughn Wlllard Bergman Mrchael McLaughlin Don ald Owen Roger Hull Thnrd Row Wlllnam Dent Robert Gregory Kelth Park Louis Gassner Ronald Lopez James Gorman James Magoftln Thomas Peterson George Off Wllllam Wade A freshman and has toys The Quadrangle better known as the Quad, enjoyed a full range of educatnonal social, and athletsc events Educatlonal programs an cluded speakers, dnnner guests, and tutorial sessions, while the social calendar added dances, woodsles, and hay rides Last years tune Intramural record of Aden and Brackett Halls was supplemented by the partlcnpatlon of the yunnors, sensors and graduate men of Cock erell Hall Cockerell returned to the resldence halls system after be :ng rented out for office space to NCAR tor two years boarding houses m French House Snow Sculpture. The l-4th Street branch of Jones' Student House, in its first year of existence, gives its thirteen men boarders " the opportunity to enjoy "Grandma" Jones' fabulous meals. Away from the dining table, students participate in lively arguments on subjects ranging from the United n States' commitment in Viet Nam to "butter vs. marga- rine." Other activities include an occasional all-night d h "Hearts" game and the diligent following of "Batman." u e 0 u S e Front Row: Bob Heaton, Mrs. Jones, Bob Gowons, Tom Martinez, David Stubbs. Second Row: Dick Hodges, Willie Heaton, Walt Beckert, Fritz Yaklich Rick Barnes, Dick Shirk, Andy Yates, Harry Powers. ' 365 .1.l"'1" xv as .T M ., E .' ,l 54. -il . F f vi, - -,nm 4. f Q- men's annex locks up colonial Front Row: Susan Shaw, Lucy Watson, Bonnie Bast, Slugger, Sue l'-larr, Anne Williamson, Elaine Slermlon. Second Row: Ellen Barbour, Marsha Mahararn, LYFIFI PGFGHO, Karen Deofon, Mrs. Gammel, Mary Mengclen, Ann McKeever, Third Row: Valerie Close, Nicki Bjornson, Nancy Anderson, Candace Good, Judith Greiner, Mary Amerman, Mary Hail, Davey Temple, llse Meixner, Suzanne Biedenbender. Fourth Row: Connie Clark, Diane Bowen, Par-nala Estes, Susan Layng, Diane Coleman, Sally Stahlhufh, Kathleen Harrigan, Teresa Munro, Rodeane Widom. 366 Front Row Rosamond Wrlght Carole Anderson Margaret Davison Elnzabeth Lamson Slugger Helen Arnold Lee Naylor Kathleen Woods Laura Roten Second Row Ann Dntzler Barbara Schoffner Elizabeth VanClse Marlanne Reed Mrs Gammel Kathlyn Hall Jane Lupton Helen Tremome Tl-md Row Karen Felte Anne Shepherd Shane Cohen Shrela Fxsher Dian Coleman Leslie Bolas Jeanne Dome Kathleen Edson Mary Macey Martha Enos Sue Lemmon Fourth Row Leslue Freehlnng Suzanne Pankonnn Kathryn Frlday Shlrlyn Snow Leslie Smnth Carolyn Smlth Nancy Slmpson Pamela Hoberman Cathlca Close Dothel Hull Judy DeWltt Robnn Retder Dnllgence accomplsshment Men s Annex dad a better job of locking up than AWS During a ture drnll they barred the doors of the Colonial so the gurls couldnt get out, and to further complucate the sltuatlon the men turned off the electricity But Colonnal gurls were not always In the dork They enyoyed the lux urues of a swnrnmang pool and theur cook s culinary delnghts Functuons, plcnlcs, and cheering for thelr hashers football team also made the Colonial a great place to llve 367 The residents of the new Colonial 'Ii , . . lx- ll ' ll - l "I . . , , I , . . . . . , ' dreher wins fire safety recognition ln addition to its reputation for fabulous food, Dreher's boarding house also gained recognition for its safety when it won the fire safety award for off-campus hous- ing, The fifteen girls and five boys living in Dreher's plus the 35 boarders participated in activities such as the annual Thanksgiving and Christmas formal dinners and the not quite so formal spring Pow Wow on Flagstaff where many new pledges were added to the "Tribe." Night watch. 368 Front Row: Duane Hills, Petre Blitt, Richard Wahl, Richard Franklin, Charles Gray, Bill Crowl. Second Row: Margot Buyers, Amy Davis, Anne Pattee, Mary Beth Emery, Cindy Dreher, Kathy Samuelson, Joanne Dreher, Mary Jacobsmeyer, Peggy Pfizer, Milt Blakey, Mrs. Edwin Dreher, Edwin Dreher, Third Row: Ann Carter, Diana Hopkins, Kay Williams, Judy Burritt, Janet l-leppes. Fourth Row: Rod Jenkins, D. S. Juricic, Wayne Bond, Suzanne Dreith, Kathleen Ranney, Lisa Johnson, Bill Babcock, Fifth Row: John Kenny, Carl Eschen, Jim Hoerlein, Glen Bough, Pat Little. Sixth Row: James Trotter, Thomas Sanders, Bruce Dunn, Timothy Englert, Fred Love. Seventh Row: Jean-Jacques d'Aquin, Gary Good- night, John Patla, Dennis Landon, Robert Moody, Christopher Whit- ney. Front Row: Sandra Jacobson, Donna Duchek, Sue Ann Snyder, Sharon Kanai, Susan Blouke, Nancy Am- brose, Brenda Wright, Janice Gual- tieri, Levy, Betsy Wentworth, Patsy Goetzrnan, Lawren Ethridge, Janie Cunning- ham, Adelio Kearny, Karen Cog- gins, Clark Alice Third Row Sharon Hanley Carole Stetzel Katharine Westerberg Robbin Reed Sue Peterson Bron wynn Jones Nancy Harrington Kitt Bowers Bev Markel Bonnie Shan non Mandy Copper Dolly Shaw Susan Judith Janet Jane Kath Joyce Marjorie Lesnik, Pamela Second Row: Cappie Fine, Phyllis Swanson, Margaret Sondra Demis Janet Foote Bradford Georgia Grabow Pam McMillan Fourth Row Strickland Margaret Reid Rhodes Rebecca Patterson Sperry Carol Hamilton Patterson Betty Kemmerer leen Cuney Andrea Brel Simmons Constance Wolff 11.41 Dialogue of thought 'Q dunnell s shows spirit Inspired by their successful inva sion of Dunnell s kitchen to bake Christmas goodies, the girls of Dunnell s then decorated their house with evergreen and popcorn and cranberry chains They also enjoyed fall picnics at Chautau qua, turn about dinners for their hashers, and skit nights With spring the roof became a favorite meeting place as girls sunbathed four stories above ground When the year began the Colora do House TV received only one channel there were no Ironing boards and the llvlng room had no furniture because It was all stolen during rush week But the gurls compensated for their losses They built a six foot collage for the living room dined by candlelight, and sponsored flreside hootenannies, a Homecoming Decorating P a r t y and o Halloween party for mental ly retarded children I I I , . 5 1 1 h 1 ,v A, t , 1 1 " , ' K' X F l 1 T 1 1 I I T I I I I I I 1 1 I I 1 1 ' , I l 1 1 , . - I - . , . . i . . . u . . 1 , . . . . 1 lr . . - 1 .wg I 11 . - I - - '11 , . 1 , W., iii. , L 3: I 1' W - N , e ef: ,111 ' if., .. :Z -r f ' 'A ' .. ' , ' ' " ' 1 I ' ' . ll' Y. T if 1 7 A el . I f V 1. ' ' Y :I " A r TT? 3 1 l , 1 ' T 'll sw.. ' , , ' , it ' " Q1 . ' it 1 " Q 1 1 1 . , 11, 'lj l . --ue ' , iv, " , . Z 1 i 1 1 1 bi l g I I l l I I S I , . -. : ' , ' 1 1 ll 1 1 1 I I ' 1 1 1 - ,Q 1 - - Front Row Patty Cella Ruth Dun nell David Dunnell Mary David son Phyllis Cowan Second Row Connie Wadlangton Susan Mc Grew Sue Spinney Sharron Jack son Joan Williams Pam Allglre Carol Fnsk Third Row Sarah Lutz Mary Fellows Sue Crass Elaine Sisbower Deb: Berggren Mary Davison Joan Vinyard Jeanne Hayes Barbara Blank Fourth Row Terryl Miller Lorraine Bonavida Charlene Mlsare Joanne Krys Trudy Wallpasper Pom Curnes Cindy Roberts Nancy Jaffer Alison Chrttock 369 Leisure . . . talk . . . laughter. college inn features heated pool Front Row: Karin Lidstrom, Linda Tallefson, Gretchen Reser, Hillary May, Nancy Solma, Brenda Weir. Second Row: Dee Stuart, Marilyn Frank, Julie Howell, Wendy Kneedler, Janet Gross, Jean Epstein, Patricia Palagonia. Third Row: Janet McFann, Margaret Ware, Joyce Lawler, DeSaix Willson, Leslie Kurtz, Judi Hamil, Jean Lathrop, Suzanne Butterfield, Ellen Starr, Elaine Randall. Front Row: Andrea Geyer, Adele Perry, Jill Smith, Pam Browning, Claudia Corum, Vaughn Hicks, Bonnie Shore. Second Row: Claire Dawson, Sandy Cleminson, Anne Kraybill, Linda Williamson, Jorane Watson, Cynthia Cowles, Carol Graves. Third Row: Joyce Anderson, Carol Abeyta, Joan Goeddel, Pamela Robinson, Suzi Houston, Barbara Orndoff, Candance Quinn, Fay Drewry, Cynthia Grunder, Julie Kaye, Linda Smith, Margo Poss. l 370 Ianni' For the first few weeks of school the girls of the College Inn were the most unattainable on campus! The girls soon gave up waiting for phone calls on the one line which served the 220 residents, and re- sorted to yelling from their private balconies. Besides these con- veniently-situated balconies, this new boarding house offered such glamorous features as elevators, a heated pool, and wall-to-wall car- peting. But the girls still seemed to be somewhat insecure, for they carried stuffed animals with them on every fire drill! -indian 'tr :give .1 .,' 'f' .L "" -.i r 4- Ai. . wi ' M wi--.7 . ,ip Free form. tk Fr: Naiad F 'E iff: i 1 L ii -"Ir F-il,,, Home is a quiet corner. Front Row: Laura Genaro, Marcia Feinberg, Susan Moore, Janis Ingles, Leslie Fraker, Prince Machiavelli, Barbara Davis, Joy Weinstein, Mary Evans, Gwen Cavnar. Second Row: Linda Nelson, Doris Kawote, Sharon Connelly, Sandra Dickens, Margaret Allen, Mrs. Harry Scott, Lauren Chenek, Linnie Blegebron, Gail Swenson, Carol Kleinman. Third Row: Pip Wilson, Martha Campbell, Camille Moore, Ann Underhill, Cynthia Ogden, Connie Murray, Susan Hill, Kathy Sherfey, Kathy Simpson, Diane Powers, Mary-Jane Hay, Fourth Row: Marilyn Allen, Louise Hack, Karen Stetzel, Candace Jones, Gail Englehart, Mary Bray, Caroline Hillerud, Carol Thorpe, Marilu Bailey, Marty Simmons, Valerie McCreary. A Prince Machiavelli fan club? The d p S t n S Cameo had onel Prince was the Cameo's pet collie. The residents , Board'n house-an experience in sharing. a l so h a d another favorite - I Q Marnie, their Resident Advisor's QI month old daughter. These two I olgli-'dairy' ' mascots helped Cameo girls to t- feel at home in their brand new P - building. The house was ideally located near three fraternity houses and on a perfect hill for skateboarding. Besides skate- boarding parties, the girls enjoyed functions and cheering for their hashers football team. The girls developed new traditions for future Cameo residents. .i. I i . - 0l'I0l'l no ll :'l r r 1 l l rl . ll .l il 4 l ,QI men s co op enjoys self rule Thus year the Men s Co op enjoyed Its seventeenth year of self rule Its student members shed a tear because they had no house mother, R A , or :rate manager to answer to They suffered pangs of conscience at payung less than half the room and board that other students pay and occasionally they wnshed to establish standards of dress and behavior Jones has long been known for nts good food and frnendly atmos phere, but thus year lt was addutnon ally recognized as the home of the b e st g ls football team on campus The gurls also found tnme for such other fall actlvutles as woodsles and a plcnlc nn Evergreen They were unable to keep up thus harrred pace for long however with the coming of wlnter they settled down to a peaceful routine jones gurls play football Front Row: Richard Rohmann, Robert Clark, .lose Haase, Edward Urband, George Davidovich, James Maurer, Danl Thurston Second Row Michael Vandamm Thomas Wagner John Koch John Newton Rlchard Bucklng ham Davlcl Murley Muck Mrkkelson Thlrd Row Robert Venter John Mc Glunn Raymond Mungle Dave Grlstrap Howard Schlff Len Schrelbsteln Niles Flanders Front Row Mark Heffron Carole Ed mond Jean Salten Pamela Butler Neal Hrlbar Second Row Gordon Chrnstensen Shlrley Grange Candy Kelly Cheryl Mclntyre Cynthra Adams Maxlne Wulsan Duane Shultz Thnrd Row Barry Slnkey Carl Mc Inerney Paul Webb Larry Mancrm Dan Grace Thomas Mourey John Bnlderbeck Tony Brown 373 I I rl '. 1 - lil lf 3, . I 1 I M . , .rr s - - l es I , ' ' 'l . . . 'Q ' rg. 1 , - ' H3 ' 3 I - 'il . . . 1 l- l. -. , , , 4 in 1 1 .4 l l l , I - - , , . . . ir I . . . I I I . I I , -. . l . l . ' ,, l - V ll Y, l , V., l l. H m'."' , l V rl ,l 1 M rl rl Nl , l ' 1 , ll? '- j ,, I l l 7 j . . , - 1 1 1 -f l . , , l I I A ' i, ,I 1 1 f 1 li , , . . l ' - I . . ' 1 ' f -1 in ' ' - fl 1: vs. ' I f n -.:l' ' we-, 1 , as ' .1 . . vi 5.1 , . Q -L ' Front Row: Susan Flint, Ann Suhre, Patricia Speyer, Anita Newman, Shirley Vogt, Jacqueline Brown, June Kubick, Roslyn Hopper. Second Row: Ann Enterline, David Lewin, Evelyn Rudy, Tina Garland, Sheri Wiedman, Nancy Nadal, Susan Mahn, Joan LaBounty, Carrie Cox, Gay Buros, Jackie Prince. la maison francaise This fall marked the opening of the French House at CU. The main purpose of the 2l coed residents was to improve their French-speak- ing ability. One of their first ac- tivities was an Open House at which M. Gares, the D e n v e r French consul, spoke. Table direc- tors, French professors, and native French speakers provided informa- A barbecue at Bluebell Canyon be- gan the year for Hunters Lodge. The girls then got together to plan an event to end the semester with as much spirit as it began. After exam week, the Hunters girls left their books in favor of the ski slopes. Following a winter of ski- ing and delicious cooking, the ar- rival of spring and bathing suits tion on French culture and customs. put everyone on a crash diet. hunters migrates to ski slopes Front Row: Richard McAllister, John Coffer, Cici Spencer, Tuffy, Janet Prehn, Charles Cooke, Larry Gross, Jack Troxell. Second Row: DeAnn McMahon, Linda Conzett, Stella Dunham, Wendy Vaughn, Mrs. Hunter, Rose Marie Doremus, Karen Kerksiek, Kathleen Leonard. 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A. . ,v, I .zap- S-sg. ,. - A471-j.i1' " " A E-352, ,, , X.-g , .5-are-.- ' -. - , rw. ' - iw'-!wP.?'2: , ' - ff 1 . - -1z:3i::'l T '44-"S-as v 1--n ' x Fgegf :w ., - : 1-'-,.----r-:Q an -Q :SQ .EXE-N v. 41, ' -Q honoraries 1 fl ,-4 l l Mortar Board Christmas Party. women of mortar board sell homecoming mums Front Row: Kathy Bonham, Karol Welch, Constance Simmons, Maria Pandermalis, Tammy Norton, Paula Hansley, Barbara Adair. Second Row: Linda Friedman, Roberta Rubeustein, Nancy Deal, Penny Coleman, Judith Jewell, Sue James. Third Row: Andrea Shippey, Francie Field, Norma Acker- mann, Merry Fishburn, Marilyn VanderWal, Susan Lewis, Patricia Creighton, Marcia Danuser. Mortar Board, senior women's honorary, tapped 25 members in the spring of l965. Qualifica- tions include high scholarship and leadership qualities. The honorary, representing a cross- section of senior coeds with vari- ous majors, sells mums for Home- coming each fall. Unusually small sales frightened the girls until Friday of Homecoming when over 3000 mums were sold to insure success. The proceeds were used this year to finance an exchange student from Pierce College in Greece. as 1-lil -ig 4 ll: i Q9 l .' , lil, ' aw li if 'S if I - l"""' "" he lx 5 Bit- i,'T' A N if l J , L, 1, i ' Y W ' 5 J lg . 1 ,Q ,F l ll f f 1 1 ,lf 'l R ' 4 S .A C ll lu A , , s l . l lu - 383 sabres escort mecoming queens Sabres'-Blue Key is the CU chapter of a National Honorary Fraternity. Selective membership is based on the individual's scholarship and leader- ship. Activities included escorting homecoming queens, the faculty cocktail party, and the traditional exchange of the buffalo head with Nebraska University. FEP' ROW: RlCh0"'Cl CYS, David Hoffmann, Harris Hindin. Second Raw: Richard Sherman, Steven MUISC, Ge0rge Sape, Paul Wiberg, Louis Greenberg, Dan Kiely. Front Row: Phyllis Goren, Donna Bila, Colleen Wil- liams, Margi Johnson, Teri Kripke, Cindy Schneider, Kathy Clancy, Marsha Heinz. Second Row: Lois Weis- gerber, Ellen Lowe, Sharon Bowman, Barbara Dalle- man'd, Lilly Reser, Wilhelmina Robertson, Patricia Jaeger, Elizabeth Southwell. Third Row: Linda Moor- head, Kathleen Mumrna, Betty Cox, Nancy Carroll, Jean Specketer, Nancy Fitzpatrick, Diana Kiter, Mari- lyn Doolittle, Nancy Mayo, Patty DeV0re. 384 ald sees active year Determined not to spend their sophomore year patting one an- other on the back for freshman grade points of 3.5 or better, the girls belonging to this year's Alpha Lambda Delta have extended the goals of their scholastic honorary to include projects actively encouraging the academic pursuit of excellence. Faculty Fire- sides, encouragement letters to freshman girls, and a congratu- lation breakfast for outstanding senior women have been some projects. The girls also aided their sister college, Pierce College, in Athens, Greece. hammers select nails... and function Front Row: Diane Cowing, Ginny Davey, Abby Johnston, Sandy Marrs, Nancy Frazee, Janey Skeer, Elsie Gudmundsen, Marilynne Pritchard, Sherry Dorward, Gretchen Hacker. Second Row: Barb Hoopes, Mary Johnson, Marty Mains, Nancy Kinderman, Cindy Husteod, Kristy Larson, Lesa Phil- lips, Jerry Sabin, Sharon Eldred, Sara Shreve, Buff Crowder. Third Row: Laila Baker, Beth Brown, Tommie Fitz, Chris Moe, Sally Holt, Noreen Nelson, Sue Givens, Linda Owens, Parry Cooper, Nechie Tesitor, Pam Mac- Geivie, Fourth Row: Betsy Hoover, Pam Hamilton, Jula Storey, Marni Stanfield, Chris Phippen, Nancy Brown, Margaret Marshall, Lisa Hagin, Linda Hansen, Em-i Stracy. Hammers is the University of Colorado's junior men's honorary and exists for the sole purpose of social activity. Although members are select- ed from junior men with good records of scholar- ship, the organization partakes in no cultural or educational activities. Each fall 50 sopho- more coeds are chosen as Nails. And so the year then passes with a number of Hammers-Nails functions. Front Row: Wayne Hutchens, Byron Barlow, Al Olson, Bob Bauers, Chuck Crist, Andy Horberg. Second Row: Steve Fundingsland, Mike Dorius, Doug Smith, John Franks, Jay Cope, Mark Clark, Tom Becker, Bob Burr. Third Row: Pete Biogiotti, Jay Geiger, Reeve VanNostrand, Mike Bowman, Taylor Robinson. 385 eggs? l P i ' 1 1-i: l. ,N 1 S in ' V W ER, 5, PEQQ QXEPA QS F19 A 9? Ly f s . f - l . Q, 'Q A . , , X LD AAP- 1 4' f Front Row: Rebecca Keller, Cheryl Clapham, Linda Shirley, Lou Clymer. Second Row: Karen Harrison, Diana Deere, Becky Kocsis. Third Row: Connie Posorske, Jacqueline Widmar, Corrinne Pellillo, Mary Zinn. Apples chalked on the sidewalks, standing junior women. When the happy unbirthday parties, and Hesperians weren't breaking up songs in the Sink added excitement Spur or Mortar Board meetings, to the lives of members of Hes- they worked to raise money for the peria, campus honorary for out- Bigelow Scholarship Fund. hesperia -- apple of cu's eye Christmas goodies. Hesperia is often spelled H-Y-S-T-E-R-I-A LRQ ,4-n I Yi ,faced l s SPURS booth on CU Activities Night. SPURS provides group support at Buff football games. The traditional "Frosh" beanie sale and Moot Court began the year for SPURS, the national sophomore women's honorary. University ser- vice included election polling, delivering "SPUR-O-GRAMS," and a new project for this year-the ushering of the football team onto the field before games. spurs serve university with spirit v , 1 - 1 Front Row: Peggy O'Keeffe, Margie Vobejda, Cerie Schwartz, Ronnie Bray, Mary Fritz, Kathi Grunewald, Suzanne Allen, Patricia Crown, Twyla George, Marilyn Mayo, Terri Monarchi, Martha Graham, Sherry Dorward, Second Row: Jeanne Hail, Patricia Jenkins, Cindy Schneider, Jami O'Banion, Susan Loomis, Kay Bard, Lilly Reser, Barb Lerner, Laurie Koosed, Patricia VanGorden, Melinda Sherman, Susan Schmidt, Nancy Doo- little, Susie Pardee, Sara Shreve. Third Row: Julie Postma, Becky Huntoon, Cathe Donham, Carolee Field, Garla Fisch, Cathy Sinnard, Virginia Olsen, Betsy Roberts, Kathleen Nelson, Elizabeth Crowder, Cindy VanDruff, Barbara Feldman, Linda Hoiby, Margaret Marshall, Chris Moe. 387 -'lf-3-. 7' ' Qu IW .EJ L A D. 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Interesting in this year's Baptist Student Union Program was the International Students' Conference held during the Thanksgiving holidays in Salt Lake City where American and foreign students in a tive-state area met to discuss their religions with one another. ln cooperation with the Southern Baptist Convention, the Baptist Student Union promoted several projects in human relations. The newest projects are the US-2 and the Journeymen programs, which are the Baptist versions of VISTA and the Peace Corps. Front Row: Douglas Shake, Enilda Robles, Frankie Light, Charlotte Honsher, JoAnna Takara, Karen Johnson, Gloria Hemphill, Diana Hush, John Moeser. Second Row: Luis Sotomayor, Walter Rothbacher, Olivia Santos, Coretta Gollehon, Gladys Williams, Rosalie Rogsdale, John Umemoto, Robert Hosken. Third Row: Wayne McGregor, Carlos Ortiz, Bill Fowler, Hasan Al-Anzi, Trvett Rogers, Rudy Antle, Lindsey Antle, Jerald Carter, Dave Bath. Front Row: Karen Roberts, Carol Murdock, Susie Krill, Kathy Riedesel, Judith Johnson, Father Pat, Mrs. A. B. Patterson, Curtis Moore, Judi Solomon, Linda Broughton, Holly Mackintosh, Gus McDonald, Suie Molthop, Kaye Gilmore. Second Row: Carolyn Sillars, Barbara Fox, Wendy Warner, Mary Ellen Arthur, Patty Sargent, Pat Thrumston, Nancy Haines, Jama Bennett, Mary Beatty, Susan Morley, Susan Dunn, Susan Milnor, Lynda Kay Pierce, Carol Ortmayer, Mary Fetter, Linda Larson. Third Row: Beth Serrell, Lenna Miller, Linda McKeown, Nancy Paulson, Lauren Edgren, Leslie Tibbs, Mary Peckham, Louise Hack, Valerie Hays, Gayle Mast, Liz Crosby, Carol Kajikawa, Connie Aikens, Unger Philippa, Kitty Bair, Ginger Wetherell, Ann Rathburn. Fourth Row: Francis Wolle, Hugh Heckman, Jonethan Biddle, Jeffrey Harris, Larry North, Robert Burr, John James, Philip Stafford, Don DeFord, Bill George, Timothy Wollin, Bob Crane, Bill Fowkes, Jim Britton, Shelley Sansbury, Bill Trojanoyich, Gardiner Hubbard, Lex Pinson, Nancy Harvey. Fifth Row: Robert Millar, Kendell Worthing, Gabe Hammon, Rick Steineger, Mike Cook, Bill Hill, James Knapp, Ernie Valentine, Hull MeLean, Ed Haskell, Peter deHaan, Matthew Skeen, Robert lrizarry, Martin Nickerson, Robert Putnam, Dan Nibbelink, Lee Knight, Tim Blick, Greg Wayt. canterbury supplements episcopal life The Canterbury Club of the Univer- sity of Colorado provides the op- portunity for students to extend their participation in the Episcopal Church to a more meaningful level. The opening of a new addition to the church has made available ample facilities for study and informal dis- cussions. College students partici- pated with older members of the con- gregation in the annual fall retreat at Estes Park, the adult choir, altar guide, and a Sunday evening dinner at the School of Theology. rr i . , ,wen T it rim-3 ' 1 ,... ,' 394 Attendance ot the internation- al Christian Science student c o n v e n t i o n strengthened "org" members' interest in their study ot church litera- ture. The student members also initiated a new project to provide an experienced Practitioner for those students seeking consultation. christian science organization Front Row: Joy Whatham, Lianna McKenzie, Lynnell Rubright, Joan Flinn, Marty McCotter, Marilyn Coldwell. Second Row: Stephen Doering, Sondra Rygel, Judith Mellang, Cindy Bellmar, Bill Babcock, Stella Kindred, Tod Foster. Third Row: Frank Glafeke, Bob McDonald, Willem Post Van Der Berg, Donald Muteon, Matthew Call, Andrew Slee, Vern Matzen. court of chevalie rs The Degree of Chevalier is the honor given those men displaying outstanding service tor the Order of DeMolay. Getting together monthly for dinner and a business meeting, the Court of Chevaliers exchanges ideas for the betterment ot DeMolay, thus retaining and in- creasing their interest in the frater- nity. Front Row: Dan Sheesley, Joseph Murray, John Goodman, Thomas Jackson, Ray Villyard. Second Row: Daniel Gorton, Gary Tufly, Rodney Riggen- bach, John Bilorusky, Richard Hodge, Thomas Selders. 395 The Deseret Club broke ground this year for the building that will house their Institute of Religion and received into their fellowship a new director, David Sam, and his family. Also new to the club this year was an independent campus branch of The Church of Jesus Christ and Latter Day Saints. Club social events, such as ski trips, dances, and the annual spring wrap-up and cutoff parties, rounded out a full year for the Deseret Club. deseret club sees innovations Activities Night booth for information. Front Row: Laurie Sorenson, Linda Peterson, Christine Folsom, Dorothy Knudsen, Sue Rigo, Mack Sowards, Second Row: Rick Garland, Norma DeSosa, Gary Fletcher, Joan Spaulding, David Sam, Betty Sam, Nancy Little, Miriam Lou. Third Row: Cliff Pulis, Victor DeSosa, Jane Walker, Rae Jean Young, Peggy Spute, Linda Puryear, Bill Starkweather, Ver 396 E I , l Lynn Roberts, Kitt Bowers, Chris Foote, Jan Brown. Fourth Row: Mae Blanch, Chuck Petersen, Jim Vanderpool, Charles Clements, Gary Armstrong, Dick Bentson, Galen Haynie, Donald Zimmerman, Larry Carlstan. fx, -ww J. Mk-.y f I ' W fi , XX .- W -,Q , 5 A 5 f 'gf ? I7 1? QQL . 9 , H9 , .. is 535 X .N me AQ -gwe? HQ Q55 it ffiitbig Q! T37 W Q YY 4 V 6 gy 1? 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Q , - 5-. if ,E Ak le we V i Festival Chorus completed its nineteenth season of performing choral masterpieces for the University community. The chorus of 200 is primarily students, but also includes members of the faculty and com- munity. In December the chorus performed "Israel in Egyptf' for the spring concert the group presented "The St. Matthew Passion." ef festival chorus-- two hundred voices 1 Q t M ' i V qv: Q W f ' ' ' x A?-, . is ' Y I If K: 5 M ,A I i B' -1 xl 2 i J Q 'If , I , Y .nh A V i ' A x W, ,sl V ia' f W 'Qs ft' "ff 5 ff 5 " 1 1' 6, 1 I J: X - '1- Front Row: Frank Greenagel, Merlyn Baird, Diane Levy, Sandra,Keller, Can- stance Rogers, Margaret Crabb. Second Row: Herman Gaellnitz, Norman Peter- son, Claire Steffens, Diane Van Horton, Ed Armintrout, Lawrence Mincer. Third Row: Alan Price, Virginia Woodhall, Stich Stocking, Jim Damkar, James Pierce, Harold Myersl The Speaker's Congress provides exposure to and participation in speech activities. The speakers gave programs for service clubs and civic organiza- tions as well as many state high schools. Workshops were conducted for the congress by faculty, staff, and guest speakers. Be- sides these activities, in- terested members had the chance to participate in the University forensics program. One of the most active debate schools in the nation, CU sends teams to over twenty meets each year. get the speakers' congress-- excellence in speech Since their founding in l962, the CU BUFFoons have changed in many respects: their membership has been enlarged by the ad- dition of four voices, their repertoire has increased several-fold, and, due partly to the release of two albums, their popularity has spread beyond the boundaries of the state. Performing for many different types of audiences, the BUFFoons enjoy the challenge of selecting and presenting suitably enjoyable music for each performance. buffoons-- spread success Left to Right: Douglas Toshiro, Gary McDonald, Ray McCall, Orley Mitchell, Gordon Anderson, Robert Shwayder, Earl Waibel, Bruce Carnes, David MacDonald, Bill Babcock, Sandy Swinehart, Tam Moor. -403 the marching, symphonic, and little concert bands...and the jazz ensemble Band. arab day highlights activities .g"a""" ,. . 5 . , , . , Y .mf , Front Row: Abdul Basti, Khalid Said, Anne Greiner, Najdat Mahmood, Abdulla EI-Seboiye. Second Row: Samir Zakhem, Adel El-Tawil, Sabry Aboul-Hamayel, Samir Gebala, Hassan Sohbl. A wide variety of activities, highlighted by the annual Arab Day held in February, characterized this year's Arab Students Club. Bi-monthly meetings of the club featured cultural activities with frequent educational 1-0' talks and films. Social activities included folk music, stories, plays, and dancing - all in the Arab tradi- tion. The club decorated the Alumni Room with Arabic art, ceramics, and historical displays. Then, in February, the club's Arab Day provided over three hundred guests with dinner and an elaborate program of Arab music and art. Arab cultural exchange. Arab club - 63 members. W . H: 1, . . i 1 -x - ,- 'F '- 2: nf. '.A Y ' ,, , - : f .' Y ,-,f:i,,- , --we t- ,Ame . ' 'ft fit s : .sw . . mi Q 12555 . . - e9?'?L,ss' 'V Qiiietaf M fi ' "ww 'ii "' ufailifw-1 , eiefw ll if ' H' Q1 l. ll A f - . ' ' 1 . -, .- Y my f , . ,, A ag HSE, 2 . E211-all .m H ..- .x W --fl - . - . We EFF' ' Wiz- ' '22 " .. H' ' uw ,Q f. - - A ' 215. . ir Vzflu JE Y ' , ' V U 4 - ' Q ' . - 1 , ' f ll 1 4.. ' ' .f ' ' -1 x If , .AV -V 1--1. . I N nah., X V ' '55 , x 'Y JB.. 'I m""i41iiZ 1-2 - fhibiigfw , 'sig R1 -w .5-1 1 1 vi Y 17. N' V V Y lv fi i " .W X "a r , 4 9 i 5,44 . B O :gl A-E35 . sf :ea Qs, 'if , '-'I' , a LJ ,ff . . gf ,X , LH Q. fd 1-yr " in Isl Y V ., ,1 4 buff flying club hosts nifa aerial meet we The Buff Flying Club was organized to bring low-cost flying to University students, faculty, and staff. The club enables new student pilots to learn navigation, meteorology, and radio com- Q - munication techniques. This year the National Intercollegiate Flying Association held its spring meet in Boulder with the Buff Flying Club as host. ' if s es Events in the meet included power-on and power-off spot land- ings, a navigation event, and a bomb drop contest. The club is T- also sent a team to the Mid-Winter NlFA meet held in Still- , ,,g-- i' water, Oklahoma. Tours of the United Airlines training center ggkz and the Air Route Traffic Control Center supplemented the -Q if year's activities. . v, -ay Y.g,m,,uUm T!',,,,,. Front Row: Glenn i-larper, Randy Vockel, Ken Dunlop, Joyner Dawson, Mike Ryer. Second Row: George Kramer, Bob Green, Dennis Toms, Leland Johnson. iso' x , , .3 fe 1-Q f ,S-vi , K, .,.. viii., r as-553W ,gelfweig rj f Ty' 7:54 figgfy-g7,Q5,,f'. ,, . ii- ws . . --.. if - - .r r - Q u,f,i..,,,-. ,.,'fw.1li ,- ,. - ,.. g . fi-' -7- Ag. 5 ,E-5,1121 'h ,j,g,,s .1-we-,. I-L jG.",f'.".1-i- 1 f- .4 -' . - ' ' '- - - -fx cf' WW", X' 1. -'.:'f:'1' :ff 94"-lf. . - sf-:V . F ..:W,sf -by- ug er ,Y , ,L . .e ,. M. ., .. L-.4 V 408 i, men - A il f, JI" M" " H 'wm+z'+ei+ Q' 'lvwahn ' 'iM' i fe.,-. Experienced flying requires o knowledge of mony gauges. qgnsir 3 , I Q6 wmoo, 0 X8 'if . 05' X "7ym1 'Q " 5 N" geivwr-N f' R' 1 .3 4 ,f if ' -gf' mf -' , in 4- ' . sg ,1.- ...J '-..4n 'ln-,L-,,-.r 409 Front Row: Bill Montgomery, Leighton Spa- done, Dion Shea, Harry Frank, Patrick Haley. Second Row: David Lewin, David Murley, Rob- ert Mason, Cynthia Clasen, Kathy Saunders, Sherri Spadone. Third Row: Charles Harris, Rich Redd, Brian Relin, Leonard Garon, Har- old Palmer, Robert Gomez, Gerald Childers. - ,4.-i . ,L '. If 'V X 'fit' 1 ' Qi ' - l li . t ffl 1 'VN l l '51 . , ,A , . ilvf ,,.,, i ' ':: i A VI: V , ' - ,, ji - 14.-.,, ,L F-pq-Q f ff 9 K M g, , ' " I '-. .xr 1-f I 1, ,,, f' Z ' - Ji'-1 A,,'gr 1 . A ...V . -i?Q X w V . fig, L . zijn ' ii, ,Q S T1 judo club increases feminine counterpart orchesis -- Both men and women have found a well balanced program of self de- fence in this year's judo club. Through joint sponsorship with the Boulder Recreation Department, the members present a regional Brown Belt Tournament for participants from Colorado, Wyoming, and New Mexico. Several judo clinics and competition in six major tourna- ments keep the members active throughout the year. creative outlet for agile students Both men and women of Or- chesis are urged to use their creative ability in presenting modern dance. Emphasis is on coordination with the music and drama schools and with professional dancers who en- able the dancers to gain a com- prehensive knowledge of many different dances. This year the club presented the dance- drama, "The Coach with Six Inside," in December and sev- eral concerts in the Spring. Front Row: Marcia Danuser, Sandy Marrs, Carol Axelson, Sandy Carrado, Anita Newman. Second Row: John Rund, Jeanne Robinett, Stephaine Giles, Carole Anderson, Judy Graese, Clair Cohn. Third Row: John Perpener, Janet Wilder, Gerald Otte, Pamela Gottone. 410 ll security is finding your corner K., "2 ' ? -PA' ,Q 1 -3"X'f '- 2 fA's"Q ftgk q N 1' l f' -' H .. Qu -r . Q, , ,Ma .- - gf is gl, l!l ll Q f l J.. 4 Q:' gL I-'J H '. '5-X',0 5' 5 ', ai ,. N 'H " 19 " , Vg Q -'-' -9- 'J 'iii I 1511 i I is Q2 4 Q 'Ph Lg- 1, z-2 :."'N' . :-Lili. , 9' .2232 3' b , . Q X , , A- ' -Eff V 1 1 J ix ng IVY' I J Q3 4 P- 1 ' Q'-X f- Q 1? X 1 fi .r 4 1 R , - x V1 - , , ., . T3 'gr i K .A 3 . V , . -V v fi? 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A break from the slopes. ,H , 4 , JJ' 1 1' I . ra F-V, -1. -4:4 Front Row: Leroy Springsteel, D'Anne Yager, Paul McDermott, William Carney, Lance Carmear, Neil Whitman, Tom Rougas, Richard Haynes. Second Row: Marjorie Shields, Emmet Coleman, Oddy Jacobsen, Dwight Sullivan, Rod Palmieri, Yousef Bugaigais, Larry Wall. Third Row: Harold Sotherland, Patricia Sotherland, Larry Merkowitz, Patrick Enright, Norman Anderson, Dick Pedersen. Front Row: Donald Oster, George Coburn, Neal Hribar, Bonnie Arford, James Whitti- com, Joan Jackson, Roberta Myers, Sue James. Second Row: Don DiDomenico, Ronald Kennedy, Ronald Manuello, Carl Aronson, Dennis Allen, Linda Grimm, Casey Scales, George Gleason. Third Row: Thomas Dobson, Robert Arnold, Gary Vodehnal, Steve Claycomb, John Taylor, Gary Mix, Bob Wasem, Torn Byrnes. apa unites students of pharmacy The American Pharmaceutical Association pro- vides students of Pharmacy with increased aware- ness of their responsibility to the promotion of public health and welfare. While uniting the stu- dents of Pharmacy on campus, the group provides a means of social activity outside the curricula. Social activity varies from the informal Pharmacy School Mixer in the fall to the formal Apothecary Ball in the spring. Medical technology is a three year course in the College of Arts and Sciences and is followed by twelve months of clinical training at the CU Medi- cal Center in Denver. The medical technologists aid doctors in their work with patients. Their pri- mary responsibility is to make accurate laboratory analysis of the patients to enable the doctor to diagnose correctly each patient's illness. medical technologists assist doctors iii r ,fi Front Row: Sue Wear, Leah Triebswetter, Carol Greenwald, Judy Whitman, Karen Andrews, Peggy Sconce, Mary Kay Sager, Shelia Nasbarg. Second Row: Diane Skin- ner, Anne Durham, Frances Walker, Sandra Taylor, Sandra Schneider, Cynthia Knox, Carol lmler, Bonnie Garcia, Judith Ruhl, Jonna Lou Blair. Third Row: Mari- lyn Northern, Linda Young, Pamela Potter, Mary Ann Douglas, Jean Martinson, Trina Schulte, Jeanne Nelson, Gordon Ens. titer O The 4C s decorate Wardenburg for Christmas The Campus Corps of Caps and Capes works with the Unnverslty School at Nurs Ing to promote the organization at stu dent nurses and to help the members to understand the purposes ot nurslng The group rs active bath In state functions and at the natnonal level where one mem ber represents the local chapter at the national convention The 4C s are also members of the Colorado Student Nurses Organization Thus year, besides other service and social functions, the group decorated Wardenburg Student Health Center for Chnstmas caps and capes promote student nursing purposes Front Row Loss Ament, Judy Gordon, Carla Olson, Ardyce Hoggstrom, Barb Paley, Betsey Thomas, Eleanor Chambers, Janice Lutes, Sally Stockdale, Stephanne Ross, Judy Contreras Second Row Pat Bushner, Nancy Schwartz, Susan Earhart, Lmda Knmsey, Susan Montgomery, Nancy Runstram, Karen Lmdahl, Helen Jones, Coral Thaemert, Sharon Prerce, Loss Mclntosh Third Row June Seppa, Karen Agy, Pam Stewart, Linda Lebsack, Karen Roberts, Marsha Craven, Pamela Smuth, Merla Hawk, Bev Langendaerfer, Nancy Wllls Fourth Row Char Schlrmme, Sandra Hall, Barbara Deck, Cathy Wenes, Daret Thompson, Sharon Jones, Drann lmes, Lrnda Waterman, Janet Rossman 417 Front Row: Barbara Stahly, Carolyn Len- jesty, Julie Cooper, Jacqueline Goodwin, Sharon List, Bess Wadleigh, Susan Read Carolyn Cool. Second Row: Reba Fosler, Ann MeTique, Linda Bale, Martha Jewell, Sharon Shite, Martha Burkett, Lynn Good- ing. Third Row: Karen Lammers, Kath- leen Hanson, Connie Kercher, Stuart Ox- ford, Susan Stone, Sandra Venson, Wil- liam McDill. r physical therapists show togetherness Studying anatomy, physiology, and techniques for rehabilitation in Denver's new hospital, the senior class of physical therapists formed a close group. The group relaxed together in holding their Christ- mas party and other functions. Front Row: Linda Lazzerine, Carolyn Cor- rell, Betsy Sley, Nancy Mates, Joan Tay- lor, Jacki Faust, Don Domant. Second Row: Sue Layng, Jean Demarest, Roxanne Freeman, Joan Lutz, Candy Good, Ellen Bloom, Jim Schafer. Third Row: Rich Stocking, Barbara Hultin, Cliff Blaugrund, Francea Flanders, John Bilorusky, James Wilmore. juniors plan student book exchange 4 Front Row: Darrell Gorman, Jan Hartberg, Becky Kocsis, Barbara Ann Lane, Robbin Reed, Bette Williams. Second Row: Jerry Joseph, Andy Horberg, Bruce McCrea, Marie McCreery, Tina Garland, Nancy Adams, Carol Condit. Third Row: Steve Ruttenbaum, Chuck Crist, Ralph Scheuer, Alun Wilson, Wayne Hutchens, Byron Barlow, Kermit Sloewalker. Front Row: Ralph Wallace, Dan Danger- ous, Mark Sullivan, Sharon Talley, Jean Specketer, Don Oberndorf, Terri Monarchi, Lilly Reser, Pat Crown, Mary Evans, Pat Jaeger, Kathy Clancy, Marty Graham, Karen Wolgast, Tina Ellis. Second Row: Ron Smith, Kathy Weidum, Sue McCabe, Glenda Homamoto, Lynn Sutch, Linda Maruyama, Ron McMahon, Kitt Bowers, John Kinkade, Barb Hoopes, Jeanne Hail, Diana Klein, Carol Kajikawa, Jay Geller. Third Row: Bud Krimmel, Sara Gentry, Carla Fisch, Jerry Meyer, Jane Dimit, Ron Dublin, Andrea Geyer, Nancy Worcester, Cindy Rork, Linda Rosebraugh, Sue Bon- sall, Dan Marturano. Fourth Row: Steve Miller, Will Miller, Pat Vining, Bea Thompson, John Kezer, John Chapin, Harv Henteleff, Stan Meresmon, Gary Blum, Stan Krosky, Bob Mayfield. ophomores -- check cashing To the uninterested student the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Class Councils all seem to be the same group-the group which sponsors nine functions and publishes six newsletters per year. But to those who work on the coun- cils and to those who read the six newsletters the councils gain their individuality. The Front Row: Judy Cochran, Judy Warren, Monty Mathias, George Kautsoubos, Mary Ward. Second Row: Judy Deutsch, Wil- liam Arland, Jerome Feth, Sarah Mc- Grath, Anne Williamson, Roger Willeke, Ann Cookman, R. K. Kauzlarich, Greek Licica, David Hoch, Phil Shuey. Third Row: David Ogren, William Nees, David Rich, Terry Corzine, Dennis Stable, Robert Swinehart, Hull McLean, Steve Cohen, Jack Beal, Charles Gardner. Front Row: Judy Cochran, Judy Warren, Monty Mathias, George Koutsoubos, Mary Word. Second Row: Horner Miles, Sandra King, Mary Powell, Suzanne Spitz, Carol Zitz, Diana Martin, Suzie Barr, John Towne. Third Row: Marcia MacMillan, Cay Clark, Dianne Dirks, Roberta Rubeu- stein, Claudia Sale, Francie Feild, Gay Arbuthnot, Jane Ambrose. Fourth Row: Susan Staneyk, Brownie Jones, Dennis Leatherman, John Brown, Carl Cranor, Norman Luttig, Ron Archibald, Sophomores worked toward an improved check-cashing policy, the Juniors sponsored the Community Carol of the Bells and initi- ated the Student Book Exchange, and the Seniors held a senior retreat and established a more centralized graduate and employment information center. seniors hold retreat 'TTF? f 4l9 Front Row: Boulanger Velez, Bissan Malmfors, Lill Gefvert, Gunnel Thorsin, Kathleen O'Halloran, Michael Lenzini, Alf Kudiwa-Hove, Prof. R. Elmalakh, George Lesser, Chai Sophonpanich, Laura Middleton, Suresh Bhat, Lou Lambard. Second Row: Kristine Cox, Hanspeter Schreier, Patricia Knudson, Jorleiv Enger, Robyn Robinson, Jostein Grytten, Virginia Halladay, Hans Selberg, Gary McDowell, Dave Axtell, Malik Mohammad, Rosa Valega, Harald Heinsch, Adrian vonBurcke, Svein Buli. Third Row: Effie Frangoulis, Antonia Kunder, Veronika Senn, Loxie Richardson, Reemberta Fontes, Helen Hildebrandt, Romano Marcantonio, Ruth Plant, Konrad Kubin, Aina Liepkalns, Les Besser, Peter Blitt, Marion Blout, Carlos Ortiz, Cecilia Siu. Fourth Row: Rolf Prydz, Hans Loberg, Sverre Andersen, Svein Haug, Katy Oka, Christine Watts, Olivia Santos, Maria Fenes, Enilda Robles, George Gearhart, Abdul Majid, Kamual Parbmoker, Lars Liaven, Terry Lange, Esther Harris, Benno Kloluk, Maureen Darley, Jorge Villanueva, Jim Duru, Susan Gebauer, Jorge Subauste, Tim Beesley, Arnoldo Rozenberg. iw fd Tl i v i ii I Front Row: Modi Chhotalal, Barbara Ream, Talal Hafiz, Zohail Fayey, Linda Modler, Hasan Al-Anzi, Rodolfo Bello, Wan Dechpichai, Lynn Garber, Dwan Shipley, Abdulla El-Sebaiye, Mary Ann Koplau, Sabry Aboul-Hamayel. Second Row: Alemayehu Asres, Homi Sadri, Sue McClelland, Robin Ober- lander, Najdat Mamood, Marilyn Ritchey, Gerard Reynard, Kshitij Mohan, Mary Bielefeld, Mboya Kagumba, Carol Nettles, Abdul Basti, Kathleen Ellinghaus. Third Row: Marguerite Johnson, Mary Fetter, Karen McCarthy, Pam Thompson, Linda Hansen, David Kurtzman, Elaine Shackelford, David Lewin, Carol Tremmel, Marauf Al-Chalabi, Ferdinand Velez, Janis Ingles, Fourth Row: John Coffer, Neil Williams, Ann Ferris, Mickey McKee, Karim Jamal, Juan Azcui, Carlos Calle, Larry Heller, N. D. Chi, Darrol Draper, Barada Sarma, Corliss Brecht, Dianne Sadok, Arne Larsen, Lia Hochstadt, Yauset Bugaighis, Daniel Katz. 420 ll C? S-EP 'C Q..-f Front Row Hasan AlAnz1 Carol Tremmel Torlenv Enger Helen Huldebrandt ROm0n0 Marcantomo Ruth Plant Ferdmand Velez Elaune Shackelford Second Row Davld Kurtzman George Lesser R Elmallakh Jlm Duru Mrs Fred Ellxnghaus culture In an lnternatlonal dlmenslon Go go gurls from Asla an Arab on skis Chlnese pnzza any thing can happen at Cosmo Club ln addltlon to social activities In cluding hayrldes, sk: trips, and folk slnglng and dancing, Cosmo Club offers o wade variety of cultural programs and dlscusslons on um portant nnternatnonal Issues The club's membershlp of 300 IS over 50 per cent American The Cosmo polntan Club works to further Inter national understanding by stressing the slmllarutles rather than the dlf terences among the peoples of the world 421 - ' fi7i"t " "W ' 'ivy' " "" ' ' ' ff: ' f J " 'T Q mf' 1 3? .11 Jr. - A 1 - ' ll 'L' "l sg'-H7-fgys . A V . ' , 1 I 'Cf nl? "l1sC'zf'1f V : " ' 1 vw 4 -12111 1'I.1J.5 , -. 1 " 5 me 5.-yi gg er f , . . 9 Ll ei'-E:Q'j ' if :TS-219: ' Q . ' A 21.1 x' ' rllgg-L., 4' . ' 1 1,'l.1i . 1 1 s l 1 l l , , , 5 .L L ' ' " C7 , V A 'ls ,El l' A ,' X x4 . XV X.-X H, lx v 1, 1 5 ll : ' I 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 - : 1 1 - 1 1 . . I I l 1 l . . . . . . N Front Row: S. Mandel, W. Llewellin, Karyn Martin, Kathleen O'Donoghue, Mary Chris- tenson, Shirley Nuss, Cheryl VanHoose, Nora McKay, Paul Bugg, John Brooks. Second Row: Larry Alter, Dennis Leatherman, Bruce Dunn, Fred Love, Pat Brennan, Robert Eckland, Jerry Carroll, Larry Davis, Robert Schwab. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers attempts to provide future engi- neers with a better understanding of their profession. The society sponsors guest speakers and field trips to several Colo- rado industries. Social aspects were high- lighted by a winter skiing and tobaggan- ing party. society of mechanical engineers colorado engineer Front Row: Elven Stephen, Stephen Hagberg, Robert Keyworth, Jerry Hansen, Lawrence Weber, Stephen Johnson, Michael Leeds, John Tufts. Second Row: Dale Blandin, Michael Flaxer, Carter Koles, John Stahl, Richard Knutson, David Eberhardt, Robert Eckland, Edwin Hirst. The sixty-first birthday of the Colorado Engineer saw the College of Engineering expand into its new quarters. Throughout the year the magazine highlighted the new home of engineering students and faculty and worked to generate interest in the publication not only from engineers but from all CU students. Technical and non-technical articles combined with the regular features received recognition by the Engineering College Magazines Asso- ciated. 422 aes modifies constitution and membership Robert Williams, Associated Engineering Students faculty advisor. Wagner, Shirley Nuss. Second Row Pook. The constitution and the membership of the Associated Engineering Students were modified for this school year so that all students registered in the Col- lege of Engineering are now members of the organization. The primary func- tion of the officers is service to the stu- dents in the form of organization of all student activities, both social and aca- demic. These innovations were fitting for a year which saw the College move from its old quarters to the new multi- million dollar Engineering Complex. 423 Front Row: Michael Shirkey, Chas Robert Gonding, Les Besser, Laszlo 'HEP 9555- '11, 5 M ,F V I P 1 L v m - V- - 3-Q? , li g nfxi, X5 ' . , . f ' 'Q , Kz xfi E 1 A f ' fl , Q i Q rc. Q 1? cr. ' X , A H? .. E K Xi, 7 I ...- XI 5 I I qi V , ,. V ' 3 ' . A .. i7 ' ,, it Q N if 4 1 x ' ,r I , ' Miifw '1 4 J f.g.,,E..Q2 ' WHR r' 1 - " rf?--' f. , V2.4 , - ,ming ' .51 jg?-:am , . .R 5,151.31-Qj5,g 5 f I7 -f. va Pgffjp-TEE?-,QQ .,l7fJVl.4:i. g 1: :."p4El.m' ' - ,g ,V ,gK:'.. 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Shirkey, Robert Key- worth, Timothy Robirds, Lee Erb, Daniel Gorton, Walter Musgrave, James Webb, Arthur Stavast. Third Row: Brian Sperry, Donald Wilkin, William Hendricks, Vernon Johns, John Zabukovel, John Hobbs, Durward Clingenpeel, lrwin Zufelt, John Volk, James Orr, Richard Webb. Fourth Row: George Maler, Harold Eason, John McCoy, Sam Jones, Donald Ohnemus, Warren Lange, John Gelber, David Messerschmitt, Larry Green, Verle Preyer, Les Besser. arnold air society Front Row: Robert Huffer, Roger Mondt, Thomas Abbott, John Slocum, Richard Wise, William Eberle, Hampton Smith, John Carr. Second Row: Ellison Onizc-ika, Roy Worthington, Thomas Spencer, Dwight Sterling, Paul Nidey, William Clark, Steve VanDeCar, Earl Dickason, Otto Tebrock, Third Row: Thomas Henneman, Robert Stack, Christopher Whitney, John Schroeder, Stanley Shaw, William Gorm- ley, Eddie Templer, William Beal. institute of electrical and electronics engineers The i965-I966 school year saw a new and enthusiastic spirit take hold in the CU student chapter of IEEE. This was shown by the great success of an intense membership drive last fall. Also, the topics presented at meetings by guest speakers from the electrical industries were less technical so that undergradu- ates could better understand their speeches. The new Engineering Sciences Center further increased enthusiasm by providing the IEEE with a larger and new- er Electrical Engineers' Lounge and a stu- dent workshop with room for work on electrical and electronics hobbies. The Arnold Air Society, honoring out- standing cadets of the University AF- ROTC, sponsors many of the major activities of the Air Force unit. As well as coordinating the Annual Military Ball and a Christmas party for underprivileged children, the society worked to further knowledge of the Air Force among the cadets. This year the members organ- ized several World Affairs Programs, in- viting faculty and Air Force personnel to lecture. Q, . X Zi Q 'LL . 5, ffQi':e?engr::v: : -g::,.- ,J ..-L -. .v1.'. cggngg -Z - F-' -:f2,a'.-A31-.Q fp : ff - if Wiz 'i . .i 1. . Lf? Hr 2. - ,ages r'1:g.- fg:.,f --uf. f - W f ' -' 4:QM,L W Pl NA' ' ' 1, ' 1 " . .E-Q5 ' - .,, 1 if - I.. F' 1 A 493 .. . - . - 1 ,V r - ,gag- f , - f- Eg 5, .:.g'-' ' , ,QQ -5-1If'f,g-..'. ,f 'E Q7 1 - .'!'?2 ,::l112.'5i1'i'1:, 342 ' V "ii " 13"zl':fiE1Efi?l':fE2EfiE- ' r , 1 - . fF'5ff2?E1?i?5E?EJ55i?E355 ' " . ' '- ..:.-,sq.:g--:cg-:r':::::.:-"giff. . MF . 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'W' 'Lf f, ' 7 A '13l'5'- .,:-- ,y'E,sQ5g25g,J.5rg9 . - ff,-ffm . .Q W w w .-5375-'-1,-"' 4. ' css. -JJ! lzfrnifkwgf. Q... - H 3... - - - A V1 ' '44ig2EI:fefe?" ' LS, fnwwgw :W Eigzgiii.. Q if 355' gb.: aw .Q-sraihlg-2. -1.1. V. we V ,T5:j.:.!,fv'- pf- , sam-,-3521:-,igrff . 'Q -1.3 H .' , fi 1 1 . . . ' 243. e p .- 'Q '1.eTJL..nfisi"iQ1:"''f-Z 5 ' an 'ig-if w i. 1 5.34-.5111-'.'-5, -4f.ri2f:::!.y -' ..:-we Fi" EL:-LF2. fr ff, :g.g?.q1f fr? '-sw-3, - 152 :22 " -1' 'A ' 1 ifgf! . 9' .a'f'Wif'F..k V if ef" . - 4? 2 1.2 fm: 1 ,- 5 V wlwdfk. MW' av-mf Eff, A Q,-ff '1 Midi! 4 Q x tg: F 1 1 ' ,j 5 X. , Y .yin ' Nm W NG by .. . wil-4, , -- A 5535 jx if Aga . ' V i, uv 4' f r sf , ' fy' ,44,. xigd -,.,,,.psvJL '-1-PF ' Front Row: Donald Spencer, Gary Jackson, Dan Compton, Donna Hambric, John Lymberopoulos. Second Row: Richard Hein, Jay Folk, .lack Stopkotte, Michael Long. As the representative of business students and Business School or- ganizations, the Student Board functions as a funnel for student and group opinions and as a sound- ing board for their communication to the Business School administra- tion. This year the board has been instrumental in the planning and organizing of many Business School activities, such as the Octoberfest, the Dean's Coffee for Seniors, and the annual Business School Honors Convocation. board serves business school students Informing themselves as well as the University at large the Young Democrats Club co-sponsored a Lecture ln in support of U S policy in Viet Nam. The Young Dems responsible for explain ing the changing goals of the Democratic Party to the student body, supported all party activities young dems actively support viet nam The exchange of ideas. 428 l. 91 Left to Right: Robert Schedvin, Dan Green, Mike South, Kenneth Plotsky, John Weed. "Dynamic and hard-working" described the CU Young Republicans this year. The YR's began their activities by sponsoring a speech on campus by Robert Taft, Jr. Work began on a bipartisan basis with the Young Dem's as the two jointly sponsored a program sup- porting American policies in Viet Nam. Activities reached their peak in the spring with the YR's serving as host to the state col- lege YR convention. Discussion provides insight. c yr's host state convention 429 ' 15' 1 .1- a ii F f Q Q ' 'QOH sf -I -.I 1 I -ae 3, I . l Ik I.-Q W N- .bb- winter carnival -- fantasies sculptureu The annual Winter Carnival, a charity event, provided funds for the Student Development Foun- dation to be used as student fi- nancial aid. Activities began Wednesdoy with a hayride, ice skating, and a hockey game. Later in the week came Carnival Night, a Roger Bortolot ski movie, the snow-sculpture con- test, the ice block roce, and the crowning of King Winter and Snow Queen at the Winter Carni- val Boll. Climaxing the events were the skiing events at Lake Eldora including the featured beer slalom. Next year the com- mittee hopes to expand the Car- nival to include other colleges from all over the state. Front Row: Barbara Grieve, Florence Osebold, Linda Hansen, Betty Keller. Second Row: Dick Coburn, James Ferrell, Jeffrey Kohr, Douglas Ghertner, Michael Finnegan. fd' l'0I'I1 .nv iv i..w, SI'l0W Lili.. 11 1' :zz 1. .fi-2 -'i"' ,..,. 4 lv' "" ef -,sagyxk 24? 21 , -fuss if U in ! Q -5 -A' .Q .. 535' '.:.':ii,, S-if A ' 'A wx., s. rf " i . . ' , 1 .A ,i .55 - 1 'I Q A The troditionol squirt gun contest. The ice block race provides excitement for oil attending students help others to help themselves Under the leadership of Director Len Barron, the Clearing House became an "overnight" success. Three days of re- cruiting provided more than -400 stu- dent volunteers. Working through the Boulder social service agencies, selected students tutored Navajo children, help- ed recently-released mental patients, and experienced the joy and frustration of working with retarded children. Labels such as "a revolution in aware- ness" and "an experiment in life" soon will be forgotten, but the volunteers can i never forget the agony and the ecstasy l of helping others to help themselves. l The new Clearing House created much student interest. Front Row: William Shanahan, John Evans, Len Barron, Steve Robinson. Second Row: Paul Wiberg, Judy Jones, Dick Schwarz, Jim Stepanek, James Kirtland, Stephen Shaffer, Victor Herstein, Lorrie Berland. 434 'Nl departmental and service if-leliif - .1 . , ' . fi.. , V . , .4 is . it . Front Row: David Hoffmann, Ronald Reeves, Joseph Bachman, Virginia Allison, Gary Jackson, Donald Spencer, Robert Wasley. Second Row: James Patterson, Stanley Mertz, Harlan Schwake, Gary Thompson, Marvin Becker, William Rag- land. beta zdpha psi Front Row: David Tomeo, Richard Hein, Gilbert Whitmer, James Schafer, David Hoffmann, James Taylor, Gerald Durand, Brian Hansen, Donald Spencer, Richard Wiiherow. Second Row: Morgan Yates, Phil Lowrey, Melvin Zenoni, Darold Johnson, Charles Misura, Robert Seaman, Frederick Sorensen, Dan Compton, Jim Diez. Third Row: George Kramer, Dennis Decker, John Kellogg, John Armstrong, Patrick Lydon, Joseph Hendrix, Harold Arnon, John Conley, Sam Ramsey, William Urga. zdpha Alpha Kappa Psi, professional business fra- ternity, presented speakers from various professional fields, tours of industrial firms, and meetings with business executives. So- cial activities included two initiation ban- quets and a spring picnic. The scholarship award was presented at the awards dinner to the graduating senior with the highest academic record. kappa psi During the academic year members of Beta Alpha Psi, national honorary and profes- sional fraternity for accounting majors, listened to talks from individuals represent- ing public, private, and governmental ac- counting. With this cross-section of views among speakers, the individual member was better able to seek his preference in related job opportunities upon graduation. Front Row: Rod Carlson, Robert McHugh, Joseph Murray Lawrence Lehnerz Wayne Hillock John Towne William Ragland Edward Miller, Timothy Frees, Pete Harr, John Lymberopoulos Larry Drake Second Row Larry Lane Les Besser Jared Johnson Howard Berube, James Novak, Duane Webber, Richard Ensor Thomas Jennings Marvin Becker Jack Stopkotte Larry Stemmet2 Patrick Dougherty. Third Row: ,Jeffrey Pooley, Stanley Mentz Russ Bond Donald Forester Verle Preyer Paul Wengert Gerald Christensen Raymond Paolocci, Jerry Ornstein, John Beamer, Claude McAnally Glenn James sigma delta pi Delta Sigma Pi is a national pro- fessional fraternity, open to stu- dents ot business and economics. The Alpha Rho Chapter at CU this year emphasized variety in the pro- fessional program. Guest speakers included Shelby F. Harper, Chair- man of the Governor's Commission on Higher Education, Carl DeTem- ple, Executive Director of the Colo- rado Manufacturers Association, and Herrick Roth, President of the Colorado Labor Council. The so- cial highlight ofthe year was again the selection of the Rose of Delta Sig at the Rose Ball. DELTA SIGMA PI "ROSES": Left to Right: Lynn Hamilton, Reita Eberhart, Janet Felber, Linda Moor- head, Kathy Bowers. -3 uf. a, 'a f M ' Tf??'4?21E' f vQ?3g,'-f wgvg ..,,nLrf1mpxu , ,,.. 1 ,, .,f.'!,.,-. 31 5 Ji A 'Y5.T:" 'iw ' ..:iQ"' 1-xr. 1 -: T-" -." 5--,-P" ' ' , 5 ff. xii f V i? 4 , 55 -.1 rs, 555. if , ax if VU. Q: L.,, W P 195.17 . ' . my :Ei F . 5 Y ' .. , A Y! Q22 . V fi . 'L ' A W , gr 'V E"P'12 : 1 ' . , gf 'M - ka . V , , ? , Q 3 .1 EE , , f 'L ..i . ff Q , .N 1 HW' ML 4'-V M 1 , I I 9 si I 1 4 .- .. . ,Q - VJ: -'ii f ' ' uf' "6-. + X fi' 454 F S M ' Ffh ,- fz- L F ...wg X T '-I Front Row: Robert McHugh, Harry Jong, Marvin Rutledge, Kjell Solvang, Donald Sheaffer, Jerry Thomas. Second Row: John Wise, Vern Matzen, David Steele, Donald Evans, Mike Herzig, David Barber, Charles Dowding. The members of Chi Epsilon, the civil and architectural engineer- ing honorary, are chosen on the basis of character, scholarship, practicality, and sociability. The group held its initiation dinner in November at the Red Lion lnn with Dean Roland C. Rauten- straus as guest speaker. Other joint business and social events included both banquets and pledge parties. Ox, chi epsilon pi tau sigma Emphasizing its goals of recogni- tion and service, Pi Tau Sigma honored outstanding mechanical engineers through membership and provided leadership for the mechanical engineering student body. The group held their ln- itiation Banquet in November and, with an eye toward the new Engineering Science Center, they concentrated their efforts on establishing a lounge for the Mechanical Engineering Depart- ment. Front Row: Bruce Maytum, Michael Leeds, Gerald Jones, Louis Greenberg. Second Row: Larry Voir, Even Bakke, Richard Knutson, John Stahl, Frank Essenburg. 439 Front Row: George Maler, Ronald Hellbusch, Vincent Goshi, Gordon Wood, James Hamilton, Sarma Mulukutla, Roger Swanson. Second Row: Stephen Constans, Earl Eyman, Richard Sato, Oliver Lahr, Thomas Rietman, Les Besser, Timothy Keliher, Frederick Gluck, Dave Peercy. Third Row: Larry Krause, Hans Loberg, John Townsend, Torleir Enger, Stephen Noren, Ronald MacKendrick, James Wilson, Fred Love, Peter Massaro. Fourth Row: Jon Wennes land, Robert Hopf, Kjell Solvang, Vern Matzen, Even Bakke, John Stahl, Daryl Kerr. tau beta pi dedicates new engineering center Tau Beta Pi was founded at Lehigh University in l885 to recognize distinguished scholarship and ex- emplary character of undergraduates as well as out- standing achievements of alumni in the field of en- gineering. While the primary aim of the Colorado Beta Chapter is recognition of scholarship, the chap- ter has strived to support campus engineering activi- ties. This year activities centered around the dedi- cation of the new Engineering Center. The chapter purchased a large bronze Bent, the symbol of the honorary, which will be a part of the new Engineer- ing Center. 440 Prof. Maler receives the membership key from Dean Hutchinson. ,ap i J The founders of Sigma Tau, national engineering honorary, believed that the engineer must possess characteristics of practicality and sociability as well as high scholarship in order to succeed. This year the CU chapter initiated a program which would help all freshmen engineers adjust to some of the diffi- culties of college life. Left to Righh Les Besser, John Stahl, Vincent Goshi, Sharon Varian, Lyle Horn, Chas Wagner. ' sigma tau initiates freshman program Front Row: Stephen Noren, Ronald MacKendrick, Charles Reddien, Richard Houston, Larry Krause, James Galloway, Charles Dowding, Frederick Gluck, Kenneth Terada. Second Row: David Peercy, Harry Jang, Dennis Moss, Michael Wisenbaker, Laszlo Pook, Glen Brink, Martin Stites, Richard Sato, Vernon Matzen. Third Row: Claude McAnally, Gary Brom, Richard Johnson, Charles Henkle, Larry Mancini, Fred Love, David Hollinbeck, Gary Bokow- ski, Vincent Goshi, Peter Massaro. Front Row: Greg Taylor, Richard Branan, Larry Green, Gilbert Cerise, Elizabeth Keller, Marilyn Schaus, Sharon Varian, Fred Robbins, Thomas Rugen, Robert Schlappe. Second Row: William Gormley, Curtis Castleman, Roger Swanson, Jerry Sullivan, Karl Stahl, Richard Cormack, Even Bakke, Les Besser, Richard Rumpf, Robert Hopf, Thomas Rietman. 441 Front Row: Jack I-loneycutt, Richard Read, , Nelson Fishman, Thomas Safford, Tommy McFarland, Thomas Rhen. Second Row: Alan Fleishman, Irwin Abramovitz, Arnold Proctor, Stephen Bell. Third Row: Edwin Manzano, Richard Stockwell, Theron Wiggin, Michael Wahl, The activities of the Ameri- can Military Engineers pro- vide Cadets with a unique outlook on the engineering profession. Besides guest speakers and films at regu- lar meetings, the group made trips to such interest- ing engineering sites as the N O R A D headquarters at Cheyenne Mountain, the CDR installations at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal, i and a Titan missile site. S to to field trips key society's activities , The University of Colorado chapter of the Amer- ' ican Society of Civil Engineers gives students a q u al n interested in civil engineering an opportunity to become acquainted with faculty members and ' ' ' oth stdt'th'f'ld.Clb t"t's'- E e n n e e r S clude fcjl eannil lsllprinegrplinics, ihltrdlrjtdilfbllefoblf- ball and softball, and field trips to the George- town Cabin-Creek Project, the National Bureau a n d p S S 0 of Standards, and the Coors factory. Front Row: Enrico Arrigoni, Homi Sadri, John Wise, John Wadleigh, Harry Jong, Roger Head, George Georgeson, Leo Novak, John Maas, Steve Constans, Don Evans. Second Row: Vern Matzen, John Park, Ronald Stevens, Winston Stebbins, Torleiv Enger, Tapan Dutta, Martin Nickerson, Marvin Rutledge, Clayton Canfield, Charles Keim. Third Row: Leland Johnson, John Gustafson, Charles Dowding, David Steele, Svein Haug, David Asper, Mike Herzig, Joe Maisonneuve, Robert McHugh. SIQITYCI PI SIQITICI, l'1C1'fl0"I0l PVIYSICS l'l0Vl0l' 50C'9fY program unto the chemlstry labs In order to cut Front Row Alan Brautugam Carl Cranor Richard Branan Amy Mausner Mitchell Allles Timothy Kellher Second Row David Lewnn Charles Revxer Robert Weber John Moody Robert Hopf lrvmg Overman Alan Nakosteen Alpha Chl Sigma, professlonal Chemistry Frater nlty provldes free tutoring for freshmen chemistry students It IS also working to Incorporate a safety slgma pl slgma recognizes those students wlth partlcular Interest un physics The highlight of the academic year ns the annual banquet and lnltlatnon ceremony Thus year the group worked In cooperatlon with the Physics Department In revltallzlng the physics honors program down on the lab accident rate The fraternlty ln vltes many speakers to campus for nts meetlngs and banquets alpha chu sigma Front Row Dale Johnson l L Levey Douglas Schmidt Joseph Baker Bull Roberts Prof John Meek Second Row James Swallow Rlchard Boundy Richard Lawrance Davxd Thompson Joseph Bonellu Ronald Aley Thnrd Row John Randall Bnan Bogert Bob Gllmore Jlm George 443 ' I I I I I ' ' I I I I I I ' I I I . . . . I 1 . . . . . ' . l l . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . , , , , . . . , , 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 - kappa delta pi phi delta chi Front Row: Connie Rayor, Judith Emeson, Betty Hazard, Linda Shirley, Sandra King, Colleen McKienzie, Susan Smith, Shirley Wentworth. Second Row: Golda Lange, Barbara Koehlmoos, Virginia Westerberg, Mary Gilchrist, Joan Arnold, Lois Kellenbenz, Susan Geer, Gail Thurman. Third Row: K. L. Husbands, Sue Stoncyk, Stephen Hodge, Almeria Liddle, Marv Dodd, Judi Mead, William Sease, Scott Harrington. Encouraging high professional, intellectual, and personal standards and recognizing outstanding contributions to education, Kappa Delta Pi offers opportunity for its mem- bers to exchange experiences and to discuss educational problems and issues. Dedicated to achieve a closer association among future pharmacists and create a greater interest in pharmacy, Phi Delta Chi, national professional pharmacy fraternity, works on such projects as National Pharmacy Week and National Poison Prevention Week. Front Row: John Taylor, Harold Sotherland, Lance Carmean, Tom Rougas, Carl Aron- son, Dennis Allen, Rod Palmieri. Second Row: Casey Scales, Leroy Springstul, Norman Anderson, Larry Wall, Patrick Enright, Richard Haynes, Neil Whitman. Third Row: Don DiDomenico, Steve Claycomb, Neal Hribar, Dick Pedersen, Fred Drommond. 444 Front Row: Norman Witt, Gary Gruber, Andrea Cookson, Sandra Show, Judy Craig, Douglas Schmidt, Kenneth Smith. Second Row: Alvin Otsuka, Robert Larrier, Melvin Yarlott, Phillip Valder, Miles Yeagley, Kelley Skeff. Third Row: Stanley Kerstein, Joel Bechtel, Hunter McKay, Verron Bry, Dennis Stobie, Richard' Hamilton, Richard Spanjer. Alpha Epsilon Delta, international pre- med honor society, functions both aca- demically and socially. Guest speakers and movies keep members aware of the continuing progress made in medicine. This year the chapter helped establish an AED chapter at the University of Denver. nurses prepare for national acceptance Established in the spring ot l965, the University of Colorado honorary for Nursing seeks to recognize and promote scholarship and leadership in the Uni- versity setting. As well as preparing the chapter for acceptance into the national nursing honorary, the nurses worked to broaden their outlook on nursing and its relation to their futures. alpha epsilon delta 4 45 Pressures and tensions produce a pensive mood nurses enjoy variety of activities A wide variety of activities were provided for the many nurses on the Denver and Boulder campuses this year. The fall began with the annual Chat and Chew Retreat fol- lowed by the Big-Little Sister Break- fast. The Student-Faculty Christ- mas Tea honoring the new Dean of the Nursing School highlighted the holiday seasong spring saw func- tions with the Air Force Cadets, the Kappa Sigma's from CC, the Spring Fashion Show, and the Junior- Senior Banquet at the Albany Ho- tel. The year was climaxed by grad- uation and the Senior Cap and Gown Luncheon in Glen Miller Ball- room on the Boulder Campus. 446 JUNIOR CLASS: Front Row: Corinne Archer, Katharine Temple, Ann Sears, Mariann Nigro, Donna Pavlik, Jane Elmblade. Second Row: Betty Clifford, Joan Henshaw, Leslyn Petersen, Connie Ferguson, Marilyn Babb, Jody Florquistl Mary Davis, Johnene Danforth. Third Row: Marilyn Willette, Nancy DeBella, Mary Garvar, Marilyn Miller, Elizabeth Weaver, Sandra Karlen, Dorothy Simson, Dorothy Clark, Linda Nelson, Linda Killoch. Fourth Row: Bonnie Bean, Linda Gray, Jean Lipscomb, Sheryl Clark, Bonnie Bloom, Janet Sollen- berger, Judith Wood, Sandra Bigelow, Sandra Broyles. SOPHOMORE CLASS: Front Row: Gail Crandall, Marilyn McCully, Susan Schwartz, Linda Trip, Kathleen Sato, Shirley Moody, Carol Cannon, Ellen Hyatt. Second Row: Linda Rogoff, Mary McCarty, Marian Mc- Caffree, Mary Kay Zuidema, Catherine Sleeth, Suzanne Beye, Joyce Purmort, Sherry Myers. Third Row: Shelia Gray, Ginette Teter, Karen Ferguson, Jacalyn Berndt, Ruth Logan, Diane West, Carol Dunsdon, Beverly Wike, Mary Corbly. Fourth Row: Terry Williams, Katherine Engquist, Linda Luhman, Mary Drum- right, Lynne Russell, Jan Cummings, Janice Geiken, Carol Hackathorn, Georgeann Amaya. Fifth Row: Linda Azzi, Mary Golden, Donna DuPre, Marie Masciotra, Elizabeth Rank, Maw McCabe, Mary Bechtel, Signa Krause, Penny Allen. Sixth Row: Suzanna Woodward, Susan Heard, Anne Nemirow, Judith Queen, Margaret Farkash. 447 psi chi expands education Open to all Registered Nurses during their stay at the University, the Graduate Nurse Club seeks to encourage development of more imaginative and effective nurses. Realizing that active partici- pation and leadership will be needed in every com- munity in the future, the club seeks acquaintance with new trends of hospitalization and community coordination. Front Row: Bonnie Johnson, Mary Love, Shirley Harlman, Therese Kelly, Mildred Clark, Gary Forsyth, Barbara Saba. Second Row: Nancy Murphy, Alice VanAernm, Sister M. Gerald Ann Assell, Major Ruth Edmunds, Shirley Smith, Lydia Hill, Marvelle Daniels. Third Row: Frances Socha, Mona Fields, Mary Nester, Jane Ulsaker, Sarah Wells, Phyllis Elsass, Janice lmig, Margaret Vancini. Front Row: Roger Greene, Susan Stancyk, Jane McCotter, Patricia Buros, Diana Richards, Penny Coleman, Terri Schwake, Teresa Pressman, Richard Sherman. Second Row: Michael Flaxer, David Lewin, Vicky Lester, Kelley Skeff, Charles Rohan, Terry Miller, Donald Weatherley. Psi Chi, national psychology honorary, was found- ed not only to recognize outstanding students but also to provide a group where these students might further their education in the field of psychology. Lectures and colloquium, usually closed to under- graduates, gave members increased understand- ing and experience. graduate nurses encourage leadership in U ie'-i l Front Row: James Frakes, Gilbert Whitmer, James Novak, James Taylor, William MacDonald, Jerome Feth, Second Row: Lianna McKenzie, David Tomeo Larry Lehnerz Michael Long Barry Sinkey. Third Row: Bill Lurtz Dan Compton Paul Miller Jeff Pooley Tedcl Beegle. cuama--link to the business world CUAMA is the Colorado University student chap ter of the American Marketing Association The group brings in representatives from such com ponies as Ford Time Life, and United Airlines for the benefit of the students of the Business School CUAMA serves as a liason between academics and the business world, and its members enjoy tours, informal discussions, and social functions Acting as the advertising agency for the Oracle, Alpha Delta Sigma and Gamma Alpha Chi members gained advertising experience through participation in many activities The men s and women s national professional adver tlslng fraternities worked on marketing surveys and research, toured Denver advertising agencies, and held rush parties and functions future advertising executives Front Row Charlotte Homsher Susan Bauamonte Anne McKeever Carol Grimes Kathleen Perrin Judy Kulp Second Row Linda Zapp Karyn Paulson Gary Roper Jimmy Pulver Sandy Temple Anne Williamson Third Row John Frledlund Ron Osborn Frank Pulver Don Bartels 1 1 1 I I r I I I I - ' ' ' - Il - - ll 1 1 - - I I I 5 1 1 1 1 1 - 3 1 1 1 1 1 - 2 1 1 1 - -,mf f - fe.,-1-----1,3-M-111--W . - - 11 ef W- - TQ- I Q 7 A-5 it lu. 1 , ,, , , Y , , , , .. iw , , VM 'J - - Y V ' 31, ii' ' - -:M , If ' " i, ' gem . I ' I L it we A :lm t o A T A 1 A ' A j - j .V ' , . 3, 'W ' VE: ll ' il ir ' k' ' x "pi fb 1 'A . ' rf , xo-1-TL K 1 " 2-'11f:L .- " ' l fu , , , - , J , 1 ..,, A ,' , 41 if , - J Lfsf ' -T? . V A i ,sol ' 3 'L :W ' we we W-it ee it ' 'ig ,wiv ill Front Row: Nancy Reordan, Susan Schmidt, Kathy Bonham, Linda Friedman-. Second Row: Barbara Hultin, Barbara Paley, Trudy Best, Roberta Rubenstein, Jean Bailey. A new philosophy, a new structure, and a new constitution including the modification of regulations, were the main concerns of the Associated Women Students this year. The two-fold aim of AWS, under the new constitution, is to meet "the needs which women express" by providing specific programs, and to maintain "only those rules which are necessary for successful communal living and for the indi- vidual woman's self-responsibility." n new philosophy, new structure. Front Row: Miles Horner, Nancy Wadsworth, Donna Johnson. Second Row: Cindy Van Druff, Carrie Carrick, Nancy Harvey. " ' S' 'Til 52' A M ' ' ,V ii' ."' lt wit, ll u , , W N algggnhiiimlllmlllfggggnlll Nillwii i,fEg!gifagiii'H'!i ii ii X M Tig? ii' My M ull gum.-ii ll " fl EM A? f'-'.. -1" :. if 1 f1gll4'F+- ": 3924- 'frfzgfi ' ' ff?-'.,1.,cfu gi 4 3315! I Q 13.3, ,line W ,ii Hs P i,igllilil1sQ2?5i",,Wi. swam... ism5..l'..ii. wg-.."M.. uw. :,gn".."" ess, 'W ,wil ,351 ,ii -sf ,ii , een. :wi ll we E 1 l S - amwiil V gs 450 1 Left to Right: Nancy MacFarIand, Linda Friedman, Nancy Wadsworth, Kathy Bonham, The AWS structure was revamped to include an Executive Council - the policy-making body- a Central Hearing Committee, and a Women's Advisory Council. The major concern of the Executive Council was the implementation of the new Junior Key and extension-of-hours proposals. Each living unit submitted its own plan for the keys and extensions. Women's Advisory Council worked on such pro- grams as Women's Week, a vocational file and book, and cultural programs. nd aws is advanced H.vW ssfkeqf. 53:1 3 Barbara Kraus. imziiziii Uf,n M ,Nt ngxggsmsmm Wwfmiiws Vsmsgiffgsasin V i9iiis'1x4ms1:? ' ww xswmfmwl X .csf WWW sims AWS Review. E sl jf l commissions -- government workhorses -5 Front' Row: Jim Siegfried, Babs Linn, Cliff Blaugrand, Dan Kiely, Jack Beal, Becky Keller. Second Row: Trudy Waljasper, Linda Kraybill, Barb Hultin, Loxie Richardson, Steve Moise. The l3 commissions form an important part of the execu- tive branch of student government. lt is through the com- missions that tangible, constructive programs of student government are carried out. Here is where the work is done. The positions of the administrative assistant, who manages the commissions and aids and advises the presi- dent in making policy decisions, the commissioners, com- mission members, and committee chairmen and members are all filled by executive appointment. honors council improves communications Front Row: Carol Kindell, Julie Kandyba, Linda Conzett, Mary Powell, Carol Riley. Second Row: Pat McGraw, Philip Miner, Dean Bender, Fred Seydel, Jerry Howard, Carl Cronor. Third Row: Irwin Silverman, John Bilder- beck, John Bilorusky, Greg Woyt, Jim Maguire, Dick Ducker, E. Z. Duzzet. The activities of the newly reorganized Honors Union Council aimed to improve communications among Honors students as well as between the Honors Program and the rest of the University. Tangent, the Honors literary publi- cation, was distributed to the entire University for the first time this year, and new lounge facilities in the Honors Center provided area for informal discussions of students, faculty, and visiting lecturers. Front Row: Jeanne Bell, Stan Krosky, Kathi Nettleship, Jack Beal, Leslie Kurtz, Curt Kopecky, Second Row: DeAnn Mc- Mahan, Jane Seymour, Bob Burr, Marg McGuire, Norris Hermsmeyer, Sheryl Finch, Virginia Halladay. Third Row: D. L. Smith, Bruce McCrea, Tom McWilliams, Terry Jones. In memoriam: Neil Wilmore. The Merchant Relations Commission acts as a Iiason between the merchants of Boulder and the students of the Uni- versity. The Commission sponsors seminars for merchants, operates a Stu- dent Better Business Bureau, which handles student and merchant com- plaints, and distributes a student coupon book each fall. 453 -'W Y EF7 -41 -,,a'i""' l 44"- 52556: '9"'fiI V 'X ,414 .5-' I I gl gg fy: I V. ., i4.,.,:, If V -18. . 7' A I "- E ' A K w I Q-1-. G L ' A ,- r. x 1- 1" .gm 1 " 445 Q-2 ' U ' " H913 ix 5 W4 is , i ' ' 3 -" f ' ' 'ffff 4 Lt . 'E' sl-giix -- , Hip ' Q 3 ' "2 'f if QA' ' A l. " A -1 -M 1 A T 4. A Q' ' ' . W - ' X R, .I 'J ' ' " Mif Ah-4 'E :H - if . Q 7 A K .,.A L " Q5 F , ' . .Y l bL',H : L, x ' g!-,iiseff u A 1- , I Front Row Jim Kirtland, Merry Fishburn, Dr. Wolfe, Richard Dudley. Second Row: Jacob Persky, Curt Kopecky, Don Ritter Becky Kocsls, Stanley Mertz, David Paulson, Connie Posorske, Dean Quigley, Bob Mellbye, Lynne Cohn, Andrea Geyer Alice Cox, Paul Horton, Marty Grisham, Dan Kiely. The primary objective ot the UMC Board this year was the cre- ation of a policy booklet which would be oriented toward the student lite. Emphasis on increased student use of the University Memorial Center brought many new projects into the building. Among these was the establishment of an information center to handle student questions about campus facilities and activities. The north cafeteria was named "The Source" and was remodeled to resemble a Western saloon. And the long-awaited UMC foun- tain was completed in the fall. Fall saw the completion of the UMC's expansion program. l Left to Right: Nancy Jaffer, Janet Nelson, Susan Clyde, Marge McGuire, Teri Brockhagen, Kathy Bonham. theta sigma phi The oldest national journalism and communica- tions fraternity for women, Theta Sigma Phi's purpose is to work for a free and responsible press. Juniors, seniors, and graduate students of high scholastic rank who are pursuing a communica- tions career are eligible for membership. CU's chapter, receiving an Award of Excellence in I964- l965, intended to repeat this honor with an active cultural program. Star and Sextant is the honorary society of the NROTC Midshipman Battalion of the University. Nominees for membership must have a 2.75 over- all and 3.0 Naval-Science Average. The society strives to further the ideals of Naval leadership by scheduling speakers, providing tutors, and en- couraging attitudes ot active leadership. star and sextant Front Row: Donald Herman, Darold Johnson, Thomas Clothier, James Puffer, Cress Bernard, David Nekomoto, John Townsend, William Long. Second Row: Roland McLean, Richard Caddlell, James German, William O'Connor, Harwood Hoover, Louis Marucheau, Fred' Gluck, A. L. Inglis, Michael Yan- damm, Eugene Worley. 456 ,f-.-,.......:Yf- .. --. . . . W W K ,, ,.,, ,vi f S, ,,,.?v, E,.,.- - e - , , V,-ee ? ve., ,I Front Row: Barbara Grieve, Tena Burnett, Lynda Kerbs, Alicia Schreiner, Linda Coulter, Marilyn Waski, Catherine Dunlap, Linda Page, Alexandra Darrow, Florence Osebold, Trudy Best, Carole Ligrani, Elizabeth Figge, Phyllis Garen, Merrilee McGough, Karen Baker, Norma Jones, Cathy Curry, Virginia D'Orazio, Lorraine Sano, Catherine Peters. Second Row: Arlene Thompson, Sue Kelling, Jeanie Williamson, Barbara Dallemand, Jean Specketer, Carole Griep, Shirley Bruce, Virginia Kucmierz, Kathy Gibson, Gwen Davis, Judy Qualteri, Betty Keller, Judith Rice, Jude Brost, Kay Lind, Patricia Law- ton, Janet Singer, Nancy Carroll, Rhoda Corbett, Aurelia Creech. Third Row: Janet Keeney, Kathlyn Hall, Jane Malmberg, Vicki Todd, Joan Wagner, Margaret Holmes, Cheryl Pofahl, Marianne Broberg, Nancy Fennell, Judy DeJong, Peggy Malchow, Ruth Strah, Sally Munson, Myrna Dailey, Sue Supanich, JoAnn Zugie, Kristin Hinds, Anne Conway, Marcia Lindeman. sigma lambda phi--6500 service hours Sigma Lambda Phi, service sorority, was founded in 1962 with the ideals of service, leadership, and friendship. Developing the latter two ideals in co-ordination with the first, the girls serve the campus - the Club First Nighter-, the community - children's parties for Wallace Village-, and the na- tion - the Books for Equal Education drive. Over 6500 hours of service have been accumu- lated in the three years of Sigma Lambda Phi's existence. "Cinderbunny" provided children with entertainment, as 5 L 457 Ing- M , .,,., 'T .Y N 1 E? A 13 wx Yf? 4,3 aqui.. s M at--C 171' 4 4 "ff My Y 'Ia V' - V - I -.wwf 5 4 Q 1 ,I ,w ., .3 AM L Q, 1 1 , H? sr 1-J Ll '. . v- 'M r 1 -rf!!! .ft sz-' 5 I . I' 4 5551 'nf 1 - escape. C 5 A ., E Q 3 it Q? 'Q'51-2 'Hf' 3 fi ,A 4.:. X vf? og Q i ,Ex ..- Y x - ,.g."1 5 V ,lf I v 1 A ' ' L L' ' A fb ' 1 'U I 3 F' '59 'E Q 0 TF wx in QW! K as Ms' 1 1'5" ' A GTK ' Q "4" f H . GTMBX , L ' rp' L z 0 l s af r 11 P 5 r "t fl? ' I ,., ' I V '- . I uf' z . 'F,:.lxE Q . A It X , V 5:25:25 ffi 9' ' V 1 + , EL - , Egg. -9i41.YJ ' I ,A - , ' -u w 2 1 fi ' -+ 2 i' f Has- ' " ' f : ii ' ', ' IV M - ., 1 . .- ' ,. f r1.,,L X :. 1 . flnqffffxirvz-ff, 5, L ff , ' f AN ff " .7-,515-51,3317-iQ'11g,if'iwgif'-4,jgggjh? i ff- 'x'5a,i-xgsgiiiili-if 'fqta Lfpf'-2-J"'ii, , f,.,:- I Q. ' ' ' , H '- f , '-'- 1 v '- vw-ng., , ' . . - ,Ai ,.f,,k,,,,,.,-,Auzq ,x. ,--f- V -.-X . , O , .nr if f , I Q Y , 2 1 A - 'A 5 'Fiji ,ja sf The Sigma Alpha lota Foundation organ- ized a full schedule early in the fall with their plans to re-activate their Boulder Concerts. The women's professional hon- orary fraternity tor music majors and minors attempts to promote music in the Americas and throughout the world. The girls scheduled a Vesper Musicale, and many service activities, such as ushering at concerts and acting as hostesses for music workshops and clinics. sigma alpha iota Front Row: Nancy Goff, Julie Postma, Nancy Grimes, Barbara Jensen, Constance Simmons, Madalynn Coe, Barbara Holmes, Carol Thurman, Carol Crawford, Kay Cum- mins. Second Row: Gloria Kroeger, Diana Lapp, Carol Johnson, Linda Moody, Donna Kelly, Lynne Laurence, Rebecca Robinson, Betty Berke, Sandra Lawhon, Chelle Brunk. tau beta sigma enjoys a 'harmonious' year Responsible for insuring harmony among the thousands of high school band members present for band day, Tau Beta Sigma, the national women's band students' honorary promoted all activities ot the University Band. Besides sponsoring band day, the group aided the University band by checking uniforms at performances. A pledging ban- quet highlighted the tall social-business activities. Left to Right: Kay Cummins, Sandra Lawhon, Donna Arndt, Ruth Drake, Nancy Pier- point, Sandra Keller. 460 ,9- sibu- l'-. me , ., 2, -seg ' lx N. 1 f 'X K i J ' Left to Right: Susan Front Row: Barbara Clark, Betty Hazard, Geer, Jacques Adam, Arthur Katona. Bailey, Karen Cruickshank, Mary-Francis Gray, Sharon Roberta Calfee. Second Row: Deborah Dodd, Roberta Coile, Cassie Nelson, Mary Banwell, Louise Treff, Carolyn Shearer, Inez Schmidt. Third Row Kathryn Sollenberger, : Kathleen Weidum, Sandra Scott, Mary Jane Davies, Catherine Brady, Pamela Thompson, Judy Stwalley. The purpose of the French Club is to encourage and promote the understanding and use of the French language through conversations, talks by students and their invited guests, records, and movies. Membership is open to anyone inter- ested in French language and culture. Besides French coffee hours and visiting lectures, the club sponsors the presentation ot French movies on campus. french club promotes culture Kappa Phi, national Methodist women's service club, has been quite active this year. Their main project was making children's clothes and toys for a flood-stricken area in South America. Other more local projects included working for the Wesley Foundation and a local nursing home. Social events - such as slumber parties and the Sweetheart Dance in February - and religious activities - such as the Passover banquet open to the public - rounded out the year. kappa phi K 1 -Gaaawhduv-'f-2495 .. av!! Q34 Car-smash provides funds for future projects. Beauty and the Beastp Providing several thousand man-hours of serv- ice to the campus and community this past year, the CU chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, national men's service fraternity, followed its guiding principles of Leadership, Friendship, and Serv- ice. APhiO sponsored projects including parties for children at the Mesa Vista Sanatorium and Ridge Home, the Ugly Man contest, the Winter Carnival, donations to Wallace Village for chil- dren, peace corps promotion, campus bulletin boards and lost and found offices, and campus tours for visitors. alpha phi omeg Front Row: Jim Gardner, Michael Finnegan, Tunney Price, Aluin Otsuka, Robert Bruegel, Thomas Armstrong, Robert Barry, William Glinkman, Robert Tratz, Ronald Hess, John Barber. Second Row: Arthur Gershman, Bob Amick, Frank McClanahan, Tressler Forsman, Charles Revier, Edward Hayhurst, Steve McDanal, Ronald Murray, Jeffrey Kohr, Third Row: Victor Willson, Henry Turner, Dick Coburn, Arnold Bernstein, Ken Sortland, John Oliver, Phillip Valdez, John John- son, Dennis Thode, Harold Eason. Fourth Row: Gerald Somer, James Ferrell, John Lockrem, Walter Dodge, Robert Mellbye, William Long, Thomas Healy, Robert Behnke, Edmund Kopetz, Robert DeAndref: 462 1965 usrv MAN on cAMPus DIC. 859,10 HILLSIDK 'S Jeff Mayer - Ugly Man on Campus. I , . glves thousands of hours Relaxed atmosphere in the APhiO office. Service often provides an education for two Q. -IT lf. X v X. 3" Ti., l 'n The second year of the Inter- Fraternity Council Blood Bank program proved to be most suc- cessful, as President Sack Han- ley worked to expand the pro- gram and to make it more or- ganized and publicized. The program solicits fraternity men to donate blood, and provides such incentives as a steak dinner for every man who donates four times a year, During the two years it has been in existence, the IFC Blood Bank has helped the community by providing free blood to hospital patients through the May B on f i l s Foundation, and has provided good public relations for the fraternity system. 464 fig Front Row: Dick Hodge, Patty Hoese, Polly Frymire, Sue Hammond, Valery Barrows, Jean Demarest, Laurann Briding, Gretchen Hacker, Sharon Bowman, Sandra Kraushaar. Second Row: Charles Bishop, Dave Cramay, Larry Thomson, Nancy Michael, Al Porter, Kathy Hardy, Chartan Larned, Sue Watson, UNH! Carol Estey, Lee Lujan-Advisor. Third Row: John Clup, Howard Herbst, John Mundinger, Gil Wilkens, Wayne Hutchens, Ron Hyams, Charles Carr, Ivan Naiman, Carol Landler, Pam Forgy, Chip Barlow, Sandra Rigg, Charles Christopher, Suzy Schafroth, Jack Hanley, Chris Vaughan, Mike Harrison. fraternity system unites for success -J ,-i ,i ,J A fraternity donor . . . - l may save a life. 'fi --1,41 .,, L. ... -rm- L: 1.1- il j":-f, :Q Q l MJ, ' 5-5-5 . L "" A A F . ,. T12 ' J . V rg , . . -- A - - - 2 V .-,V,, Z , . b A if 2115 if. . ,, , . . .fi " ' J- 1 . ,,+' . , ep, K - ff-1:-:fd .a,xqv- , 1 K -1 ,, '., ,. "-qw 11 ,,,fg,g?l 13' ,g f ., il , qw ,, ., q ? l ,: D a Q 1. eg , w . ,fgzqn - A- A R 1 Y Ju A '-'N 4 . .,r MQ, Qiiidjil . ."7fQ?ii. ' ' " 'TL ,wr . . L. -4- :WE ,, .S 4 ,AL I . Qcf, - .1 ' ' . Bing, :A --'V ' - v .,.f , 4 , V :. KVA? .- 15" X M? A --f , , , ' ' - 3. -. 4- tx-. j,f .,. xi' , Q. ,gg '-iii U ' 5:51 z . -ff , Q V . 1 v- , we 1. V -,. ' ' 15 .- M " " -' P-, A .f 1-. 1'??1r"1l2ee?r "f fir' 5:1521 Qzifsfm. 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Arnon, Harold David: Costa Mesa, Calif.: Busi- ness: Varsity Football: Intramurals: Spanish Club: Alpha Kappa Psi, pledge class pres, rush chrmn, membership comm: Student Association of Colorado Society of CPA's. Aronson, Carl Henry: Hillsdale, N.J.: Pharmacy: APhA, pres: Phi Delta Chi, tres: Rep to Colorado Pharmacol Assoc. Arries, William Gerald: Denver, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: MRHA, editor, election commis- sion, publicity chrmn: Houseboy and Student worker: Tau Kappa Epsilon: YD's: Buff Ski Club: Newman Club: Intramurals: Dorm Publicity Chrmn. Ashley, Cecilia Kent: Denver, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: Buff Ski Club: Delta Delta Delta. Ashworth, Peter Weldon: Denver, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: Golf Team: Buff Ski Club: Pi Kappa Alpha, vice-pres. ROW TWO - Ault, William John: Fallbrook, Calif.: Arts and Sciences: Acacia. Babcock, Colton William: Denver, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: CU Buffoons: Men's Glee Club, soc chrmn: YR's, pres: Model UN Chrmn: Buff Ski Club: SAGE, ASUC Supreme Court Justice: International Affairs Com- mission: Christian Science Organization. Baca, Kathleen Gayle: Brighton, Colo.: Arts and Sciences, Bacon, Sherye Lee: Paonia, Colo.: Education: Valkyrie, secy: Buff Ski Club: YWCA, council: SCEA: SNEA: Resident Advisor. Baidas, Claudia Ruth: Livonia, Mich.: Arts and Sciences. Baird, Nora Eliza- beth: San Rafeal, Calif.: Arts and Sciences. Baker, Diane Jon: St. Charles, Ill.: Arts and Sciences: Dorm officer: Gamma Phi Beta, pledge class activi- ties chrmn, philanthropy chrmn, pres: Buff Ski Club: Italian Club: French Club: Porpoise: Glee Club: WRA, sportshead: ASUC Migration Chrmn: Public Image of CU Chrmn: Greek Week, entertainment chrmn. Bakke, Even: Fredheim Giovik, Norway: Engineering: ANSA: Cosmo Club: Tau Beta Pi: Sigma Tau: ASME. ROW ONE - Abbott, Claire Elizabeth: Pekin, Ill.: Arts and Sciences: Delta Gamma, pres: Cheerleader: Angels Flight. Abbott, Thomas W.: Denver, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: Pershing Rifles, drill team trainer: Arnold Air Society Operations Officer R.L. Stearns Sqn. Ackerman, Norma Rae: Boulder, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: Delta Delta Delta, rush chrmn, vice-pres: Mortar Board, tres: Angels Flight: Spurs: Alpha Lambda Delta: Phi Delta Theta Turtle Race Queen: Military Ball Queen Finalist. Adair, Barbara Lee: S Ft. Mitchell, Ky.: Arts and Sciences: Mortar Board: Buff Ski Club, pres: Orchesis: Alpha Chi Omega: Hesperia, tres: Spurs: Silver and Gold: Alpha Lambda Delta: Kappa Delta Pi. ROW TWO - Adair, Robert William: Boulder, Colo.: Engineering: AlChE. Adams, Rosemary: Windsor, Conn.: Arts and Sciences. Adams, Teresa A.: Denver, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: Pi Beta Phi, tres. Agron, Gary Alan: Tucson, Ariz.: Arts and Sciences. ROW THREE - Aikin, Jacqueline: Boulder, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: Rally Commission: Gamma Phi Beta, Panhellenic rep. Akenhead, Sherry Lynne: Metairie, La.: CSNA: Silver and Gold: Dorm Hearing Board, Chrmn. Aldrich, Judith Farthing: La Junta, Colo.: Education: Women's Glee Club: Gamma Phi Beta Alumnus. .AlIen, Pamela: Englewood, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: Silver and Gold: Rally Commission: Panhellenic Rush Advisory Board: High School Visitation Panel: Sophomore Class Council: Kappa Alpha Theta, tres: Intramurals: Women's Glee Club. ROW FOUR - Allera, Kay Lynn: Denver, Colo.: Education: Alpha Phi, scholarship board, standards chrmn: Angels Flight: Gymnastic Club: Newman Club: Dorm Council: AWS Revue. Allison, Virginia Lee: Wray, Colo.: Busi- ness: Kappa Phi, secy, chaplain: Beta Sigma, secy: YR's: Beta Alpha Psi, publicity chrmn. Ambrose, Jane Frances: Bellingham, Wash.: Arts and Sciences: Delta Gamma: Spurs: Finance Board, secy. Anderson, Cheryl Edler: Short Hills, N.J.: Arts and Sciences: Colorado Engineer, secy, asst business mgr: AWS rep. ROW FIVE - Anderson, Gregg Robert: Boulder, Colo.: Business: Calico and Boots Square Dance Club, pres, tres, exhibition team, caller: Alpha Kappa Psi. Anderson, Nancy Adele: Lamar, Colo.: Education: Swimming Instructor: Transfer, Monmouth College - Asst director for Make-up for Drama: Women's Intramurals: French Club: Church Choir: Orchestra. Andes, James Robert: Mackinaw, Ill.: Business. Anselmo, Thomas Frank: Colorado Springs, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: Newman Club. ROW SIX - Antle, Rudy Joe: Manitou Springs, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: Baptist Student Union, pres. Applegate, Sarah Lois: Cincinnati, Ohio: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Kappa Gamma, rec secy, activities chrmn, Homecoming decorations comm, publicity comm. Arbuthnot, Gay: Lo Verne, Calif.: Arts and Sciences: Delta Gamma, soc chrmn: Silver and Gold: CU Mascot. Archi- bald, Ronald Lee: Colorado Springs, Colo.: Arts and Sciences. ROW SEVEN -- Arfsten, Lonnie DeWayne: Boulder, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: Varsity Gymnastics: Pentagon member. Arland, William Joseph: Colorado Springs, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: NSO Commission. Armstrong, Curt: Little- ton, Colo.: Business: Hammers: Alpha Tau Omega, rush chrmn: CU Days Comm: Silver and Gold. Armstrong, Donald Neil: Trinidad, Colo.: Business: Chessmen. .- '. 1 2' v ' T x , 4 i V1 li.. K HV V 2 ... X P ug- V .x L'.::z-1, J "xx X 73 if ,Af f" . "Ng A , if? .lj , I 1 fri, ' 3 . ,, A Q: I Q I in-4' Lwp- J .r':,f,-1 ' .5 n - " P ., ,Nr-5 I I, 4 ,A J. . 1 ',.!,f'-" 'Jr ' . A . , ,335 4 ,I . ,T . U. 5, w mf. V.-U41 ,f A' .gg J H 1 G a.f . A . -f -. 'of , A -' M- f.','ggJ ,N ,-lf " 4: 'Q . g , '15 51 ,karl ' 5 pdf, ' . .WA-Luk IXL I 1 id 1+ " . , P , ,, X A , i lggaah, Q". 1 V ,.,i..a,q'A',f. at q :g . 2 ' f , " -de' ww T , It 3 4 vi 0.5 .va- 44 'sea an 'nf gg 'gm' nh. 4' 'X 'L' 5 Y w gn sq ,L s ,K ' , ' - -su' 4'- '1 A idx? fi' ...Q 11?-E51 n, RTIQ 1.13 .mf ff' vl- wfk !.1ilA.A'24'Q, - yni'w:!2'f0" ., -- j " :gn .1 k , -11. . A W '.f,.5, , Y ,1 ' T, ,SWE , . N ' 1 . ' ". Rf 5 ' ' -,h ,-ff ' fs ' A -.4 M' ,,Y'--.L,.v.",, 'IU' . .5 -5 1-23" -, E' i"j f- "' S-. . 4 1 " '-"'f. L . -,, .a , ap ,gk ff W W,- . ,, -., U'-. 'H 1' w :PAK .. mi. -..A . ,ki Q -xmllglwg ,' ' d-fgilu, "'. 4 im", ffl waiting, impatient-- ROW ONE - Balderston, Douglas B., Montrose, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Chess Club. Ball, Kenneth Weston, Wheat Ridge, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Anthropology Club, program chrmn, Buff Ski Club, CU Racing Club, Track, Mgr, C-Club. Ball, Richard William, Loveland, Colo., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, pres, lFC, Pi Sigma Alpha, Phi Mu Alpha. ROW TWO - Ballman, Betty Elizabeth, Baltimore, Md., Nursing, UBF, Campus Crusade for Christ, secy, CU Interfaith Council, Nursing Honorary Society, Banwell, Mary Lou, Ft. Collins, Colo., Education, Alpha Chi Omega, Kappa Phi, pres, Elections Commission. Barnard, Catherine Anne, Newport Beach, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta, Sophomore Advisor, Pep Commission, Colorado Portfolio, publicity chrmn, Homecoming Royalty Chrmn, Dorm officer. ROW THREE - Barnes, Cherry M., Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Barr, Suzanne W., Phoenix, Ariz., Arts 'and Sciences, YR's, AWS rep, Sophomore Advisor, Castle Belles, Junior Class Treasurer. Bashar, Robert Joseph, Denver, Colo., Engineering, MRHA, vice-pres, ASUC Senator, Chessmen. ROW FOUR -- Bough, Glen Lee, Oroville, Calif., Arts and Sciences. Beall, Mary Ann, Hotchkiss, Colo., Nursing, CSNA, Choir, 4C's. Beamer, John Llewellyn, La Veta, Colo., Business, Delta Sigma Pi. ROW FIVE - Bearly, Kay Darlene, Longmont, Colo., Education, SCEA, YR's, Calvary Temple Church Activities, camp counselor. Beaseley, Jesse Lee, Colorado Springs, Cola., Business, CUAMA, Men's Marching Band, lntraurals. Beatty, Mary Ellen, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Gama. ROW SIX -- Becker, Marvin Ray, Vona, Colo., Business, Beta Alpha Psi, secy, Delta Sigma Pi, chancellor, Student Associate of the Colorado Society of CPA's. Beckwith, Carole Leigh, DuBois, Pa., Arts and Sciences, Tau Beta Sigma, Concert Band, Buff Ski Club. Beegle, Tedd Norman, Lakewood, Colo., Business, Junior Class Council, CUAMA. ROW SEVEN - Begley, Thomas Francis, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha, Alumni secy, YD's, Luzo-Brazilian Assoc. Behnke, Robert James, Western Springs, Ill., Business, Alpha Phi Omega. Bell, W. Dan, Englewood, Colo,, Arts and Sciences, Cosmo Club, CU Days Musical, Homecoming Musical. all then another line ROW ONE - Bender, Lois Kay, Grand Junction, Colo., Education, Dorm, standards chrmn, AWS Hearing Board. Bender, Robert Melvin, Boulder, Colo., Engineering. Bennett, Raymond Edgar, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Russian Club. Benn- ing, Sally Jean, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, secy, soc chrmn, Panhellenic rep, CU Days Gen Chrmn, Homecoming Royalty Chrmn, Little Sisters of Minerva, WICHE, Mademoiselle College Board. Bergquist, Joe Lynn, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma, Intramurals. Berke, Elizabeth Johanna, Lexington, Neb., Music, University Choir, Sigma Alpha Iota, Transfer, CWC-Concert Choir, Madri- gal Singers, La Tritonne. Berman, Nancy Louise, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, YWCA International Fair, AWS rep, Colo- rado Daily, Clearing House. Bernard, Gilbert Cress, Phoenix, Ariz., Business, Silver and Gold, Sophomore Class Council, Buff Ski Club, NROTC. ROW TWO -- Berube, Diana Tripp, Rochester, N.Y,, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omega Pi. Berube, Howard Arthur, Schenectady, N.Y., Business, Kappa Sigma. Besser, Leslie, Budapest, Hungary, Engineering, Sigma Tau, pres, Eta Kappa Nu, tres, Delta Sigma Pi, pledge pres, Tau Beta Pi, AES, councilman, finance officer, control board, IEEE, Cosmo Club, Engineer's Days Comm, Out- standing Sophomore Engineer Nominee, Soccer Team, capt, Pace- setter, Who's Who. Best, David Louis, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, NSO, Freshman Camp Counselor, Program Commis- sion, Sumalia. Betchart, Will Bernhard, Evergreen, Colo., Engi- neering, Acacia, rush chrmn, IFC rep, ASCE, Hammers. Betts, Adrianna Leshinski, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Newman Club, Russian Club, Russian Choir. Betts, James Henry, War- saw, N.Y., Business, Lambda Chi Alpha, tres, University Rifle and Pistol Club, YR's. Biasini, Susan Kathleen, Loveland, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, AWS House, Buff Ski Club, Spurs, Colorado Daily, Gamma Phi Beta. ROW THREE - Biedenbender, Suzanne, Colorado Springs, Colo., Education, Festival Choir. Birkey, Ronald Lavern, Denver, Colo., Architecture. Bjornson, Nicki D., Littleton, Colo., Business, Beta Sigma, Buff Ski Club, CUAMA. Blair, Janna Lon, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Blake, Linda Alice, Denver, Colo., Business. Blaylock, Naelene Humpal, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi, Colorado Relays Queen, Sigma' Delta Chi Calendar. Blee, Jnipher Jean, Terrace Park, Ohio, Nursing, CSNA, Silver and Gold. Blevins, James David, Denver, Colo., Business. 483 creation, born of many dreams ROW ONE - Blewitt, Ronald L., Golden, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi Omega, Sigma Pi Sigma, Three-year Masters Program, Bliss, William Glenn, Love- land, Colo., Arts and Sciences, University Choir, University Production: Unsinkable Molly Brown, CU Buftoons. Blood, Billie Jean, Denver, Colo., Education, Freshman Class Council, Dorm Standards Board. Blount, Delilah Ball, Golden, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Spurs, vice-pres, Hesperia, Alpha Lambda Delta , secy, Alpha Delta Pi, standards chrmn. Blunt, Charles Harry, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Bodenschatz, Lynn, Arcadia, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta. Bodily, Judy Ann, Idaho Falls, idaho, Business, Silver and Gold, Buff Ski Club, Nails, Little Sisters of Minerva, AWS Revue, Kappa Kappa Gamma, soc chrmn. Bogert, Brian Keith, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Men's Marching Band, Concert Band, Bowling Club, Spanish Club. ROW TWO - Bakowski, Gary Arthur, Fremont, Neb., Engineering, Sigma Pi Sigma, Sigma Tau. Boley, Linda Gay, Littleton, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Staging Director, Porpoise, vice-pres, Buff Ski Club, Intramurals. Bonham, Kathy Paula, Orlando, Fla., Arts and Sciences, AWS President, ASUC Sub-Comm for Health, Welfare and Public Relations, Spurs, Hesperia, Mortar Board, SSCS, chrmn, ASUC Handbook, editor. Book, Susan, Des Moines, Iowa, Education, Silver and Gold, Dorm, secy, Chi Omega, secy, vocations chrmn. Boothroyd, Jan, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, ASW Songfest, Intramurals, Dorm, intramurals chrmn, pres, Women's Advisory Council, Inter-Hall Council, Campus Chest, Clearing House, Sigma Alpha Eta. Barnstein, Debrah Beth, Prairie Village, Kan., Arts and Sciences, Sophomore Advisor, Resident Advisor, Honors Union Council, secy, Class Evaluation Commis- sion. Bosler, Sarah Marshall, Colby, Kan., Education. Bourne, Nancy Ellicott, Greenwich, Conn., Education. 484 ROW THREE - Bowen, Daniel Clark, Lakewood, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Bowman, James Larry, Wray, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Boyd, Suzanne Craven, Bolder, Colo., Nursing, CSNA, 4C's, program chrmn, ASN, publicity comm, soc comm. Boyle, John Francis, Durango, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Engineer's Day Comm. Bradley, Hewitt D., San Francisco, Calif., Arts and Sciences. Brandt, George, Denver, Colo., Engineering, IEEE. Braund, Mary Judith, lshpeming, Mich., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi, pres, scholarship chrmn, Mortar Board, Spurs, Hesperia, secy, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, UMC Board, Panhellenic Scholarship Chrmn, Freshman Camp Counselor, NSO, YWCA, Campus Chest, Sopho- more Class Council, Junior Class Council, Homecoming, Merchant Relations Chrmn. Bray, Marideanne A., Blooming Prairie, Minn., Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club. ROW FOUR - Brenner, Doreen K., Gardena, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, activities chrmn, Junior Class Council. Brooks, Stewart Irwin, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Brosius, Sharon Lenore, Boulder, Colo., Nursing, Calico and Boots Square Dance Club, Buff Ski Club, 4C's, CSNA, Junior-Senior Banquet, Nursing Choir. Brown, Carolyn Ann, North Hampton, N,H., Nursing, Graduate Nurse Club, Nurses' Honor Society. Brown, John Duff, Maple Heights, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Freshman. Football, Phi Ep Phi, Hammers, Phi Delta Theta, Varsity Track, Senior Class Council, CU Days Comm. Brown, Marjorie, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Freshman Class Council, Sophomore Class Council, Junior Class Council, YWCA, International Fair, co-chrmn, Luzo-Brazilian Club, secy, Phi Beta Kappa. Brown, Terry Duane, Westminster, Colo., Arts and Sciences, CU Summer Work-Study Program, "The Sociology of Mental Health." 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Condit, Mary Kathryn, Columbus, Ohio, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma, house mgr, Dorm officer, AWS Revue, College Bowl. Cornelius, Carol Jean, Minneapolis, Minn., Arts and Sciences, French Club, Festival Chorus. ROW THREE - Cornell, Darrel Ray, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Carpenter, Roy Ted, Ft. Collins, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Corzine, Terry Lee, Boulder, Colo., Business, Chi Psi, vice-pres, founder of the hook, UN Week Comm, Junior Class Council, Senior Class Council. ROW FOUR - Costello, Raymond Michael, Pueblo, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Intramurals. Coulson, Karen Kay, Lakewood, Colo., Education. Counseller, Bonnie Jean, Syracuse, N.Y., Nursing, CU Nursing Honorary, CSNA, 4C's. ROW FIVE - Counseller, Ronald Eugene, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Cox, Margaret Kristine, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Cosmo Club, Latin American Club, International Fair. Craig, Judith Karen, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Delta, pres. ROW SIX - Craig, Sheron, Nantucket, Mass., Arts and Sciences. Cranor, Carl Forrest, Gunnison, Colo., Freshman Camp Counselor, coordinator, Honors Union Council, vice- pres, Deans Academic Advisory Comm, Campus Friends, NSO, Acacia, rush chrmn, Three-year Masters Program, Band, intramurals. Crawford, Ann Louise, lda Grove, lowa, Arts and Sciences, Resident Advisor, Basketball Club. ROW SEVEN - Crawford, Carol Anne, Denver, Colo., Music. Crawford, Muriel Dee, Salida, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Homecoming Comm, ACU Steering Comm, Conference on World Affairs Comm, UN Week Comm. Creighton, Patricia Jean, Reno, Nev., Arts and Sciences, Dorm, pres, secy, President's Round Table, secy, Silver and Gold, Dorm Formal, gen chrmn, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Sophomore Class Treasurer, Sophomore Class Council, Hesperia, Junior Class Secretary, Angels Flight, pledge trainer, Pacesetter, Junior Class Council, Outstanding Teachers' Award Comm, Mortar Board, Pacesetter Selection Comm. OPPOSITE PAGE: ROW ONE - Crocker, Stephen Blake, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Phi Ep Phi, pres, Sophomore Class Council, Hammers, Delta Tau Delta, pres, Sabres. Cuney, Kathleen Ann, Loveland, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Curnes, Pamela Jane, River Forest, Ill., Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, Dorm, soc chrmn, AWS Revue, Newman Club, Intramurals. ROW TWO - Current, Max Christian, New Orleans, La., Engineering, American ln- stitute of Physics, Radio Club, NROTC. Curtin, James Patrick, Colby, Kan., Engineer- ing, AFROTC, Newman Club, Arnold Air Society, ASCE. Curtis, Julianne Powell, Helena, Mont., Arts and Sciences, Sophomore Advisor, Junior Year Abroad Program in Bordeaux, France. ROW THREE - Cutler, Alice Claire, Albuquerque, N.M., Arts and Sciences, Newman Center. Cys, Richard Lee, Boulder, Colo., Engineering, ASUC Vice-President, Sabres, Hammers, pres, Junior Class President, Phi Kappa Tau, pres, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Who's Who, Pacesetter. Daly, Charles Terrance, Claremont, Calif., Engineering, SIAM, Tau Kappa Epsilon, AES, ROW FOUR - Daly, Thomas Brenn, Littleton, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Damke, Leilani Kae, Ft. Collins, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Danuser, Marcia Star, Fulton, Mo., Arts and Sciences, Orchesis, pres, production mgr, Sophomore Advisor, Alpha Chi Omega, Mortar Board, University Productions: Unsinkable Molly Brown, Damn Yankees. ROW FIVE -- Davis, Marilyn Joyce, Denver, Colo., Nursing, CU Nursing Honorary, Gamma Phi Beta, 4C's, Junior-Senior Banquet, Sophomore Class Council. Davis, Robert Gage, Boulder, Colo., Architecture. Davison, Margaret Ogelsby, Philadelphia, Pa., Arts and Sciences, ASUC rep, Intramurals. ROW SIX - Day, Stephen Calhoun, Colorado Springs, Colo., Architecture. Deal, Nancy Nell, Pueblo, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Pacesetter, Mortar Board, editor, Hesperia, pres, Spurs, junior advisor, Three-year Masters Program, WRHA Senator, Alumni Affairs Commission, Sophomore Class Council, Junior Class Council, Alpha Lambda Delta, Stu- dent Study Life Comm, NSO, World Affairs Conference, Rally Commission, Westminister Fellowship. Deane, Elizabeth Pamela, E Grand Rapids, Mich., Arts and Sciences, WRA, Porpoise, NSO, Chi Omega. ROW SEVEN - DeBroeck, Linda Ann, Aurora, Colo., Business, Engineers' Queen Finalist, Delta Gamma, tres, Cheerleader, Beta Sigma, Military Ball Queen Finalist, Head Start, Nails, Clearing House. DeGiacomo, W. G., Barnard, Vt., Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club. 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I I 1 A .. V Sf '51 Lv W 494 ROW ONE - Frascati, Mabel F., Wappingers Falls, N.Y., Nursing. Frederick, Charles Herbert, Stoneham, Mass., Engineering, ASME, Delta Sigma Pi, Buff Ski Club. Frickel, Theodore Richard, Aurora, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Intramurals, Dorm Council. ROW TWO - Fried, Nancy Caryl, Lynbrook, N.Y., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Phi, rec secy, house mgr, Conference on World Affairs, Advising Asst. Friedlob, Raymond Louis, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Homecoming Royalty Comm, Freshman Class Council, Honors Program, Deans Asst. Friedlund, John Burr, Minneapolis, Minn., Journ- alism, Chi Psi, song leader, newsletter editor, Oracle, campus news editor, Alpha Delta Sigma, secy, ROW THREE - Fritz, RoseAnn, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, AIA, Program Commis- sion, AID, Delta Phi Delta. Fry, Henry Wellington, Boulder, Colo., Business, Kappa Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi. Fugote, Elizabeth Anne, Leadville, Colo., Arts and Sciences. ROW FOUR - Fuiirnoto, Harry Hisashi, Alamosa, Colo., Business, Kenkyu Club, CUAMA. Fuller, Johnno Lou, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and. Sciences. Fuller, Ralph Bath, Ft. Morgan, Colo., Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, Hammers, Cosmo Club, Basketball. ROW FIVE - Gagnon, Sondra Ann, Denver, Colo., Education, Delta Gamma, vice-pres, IFC-Panhellenic Blood Bank, secy, UN Week Comm, secy, World Affairs Week Comm, IR Club, Student Travel. Galloway, James Jordan, Arcadia, Calif., Engineering, Sigma Pi Sigma, vice-pres, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, YR's. Garharino, Judy Rae, Aurora, Colo., Business, Alpha Chi Omega, pledge trainer, Orchesis. ROW SIX - Garber, Lynn, Washington, D.C., Arts and Sciences, Forum on Government Affairs, Dorm, floor rep, AWS rep, Cosmo Club, Campus Friends, Pi Sigma Alpha, Three- Year Masters Program, Honors Program. Garcia, Bonnie, Pueblo, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Gard, Paul W., Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, UCF, tres, YR's. ROW SEVEN - Gardner, Charles Rutland, Yardley, Pa., Arts and Sciences, Varsity Basketball, Phi Delta Theta, Senior Class Council, Sabres. Gardner, James Lee, Denver, Colo., Business, Alpha Phi Omega, hist, rec secy, Rocky Mountain Rescue, IUCF. Gardner, Susan Louise, Pueblo, Colo., Business, AWS Revue, Kappa Kappa Gamma, International Fair. OPPOSITE PAGE: ROW ONE - Garner, Jesse Dale, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Gary, Michael Anthony, Alburquerque, N.M,, Business, Sigma Chi, vice-pres, Alpha Kappa Psi. Gay, Deanna Elizabeth, Lake Tahoe, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, Women's Ski Team . ROW TWO - Geier, John Leslie, Pueblo, Colo., Business, Buff Ski Club, CU Racing Club, Intramurals, team activities chrmn. Gelber, John Lewis, Los Angeles, Calif., Engineering, IEEE, Sigma Chi. Georgeson, George Alan, Englewood, Colo., Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, AES, ASUC vice-president, program chrmn. ROW THREE - Gerber, Ruth Anne, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Gerety, Paulette, Littleton, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma. Gertig, Joseph Frank, Rocky Ford, Colo., Music, Phi Mu Alpha. ROW FOUR - Giauque, Sharolyn, Monte Vista, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Am' Soc of Med Tech. Gibson, James Sherwood, Topeka, Kan., Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, Silver and Gold. Gibson, Mary Ellen, Topeka, Kan., Education, Pi Beta Phi, Buff Ski Club, YR's. ROW FIVE - Gillis, Merilynn Rosina, Denver, Cola., Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Delta, pres, Cosmo Club, secy, Valkyrie, secy, Campus Friends, Religious Program Board, New Student Orientation, Freshman Camp Counselor, University Bible Fellowship, tres, Arab Club, Pakistani Club. Ginsberg, Sara Ellen, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Glaze, Nancy McCIaine, Seattle, Wash., Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, .vice-pres, Junior Class Council, Homecoming, secy, lFC-Panhellenic Blood Bank, Spirit and Morale Comm, Program Comm. ROW SIX - Godfrey, Alon Barclay, Hays, Kan., Arts and Sciences. Godfrey, Donna Hutzel, Encino, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi. Goff, Clifford Bryan, Boulder, Colo., Music, Phi Mu Alpha, Symphonic Band, Little Concert Band. ROW SEVEN - Goff, Nancy Lee, Boulder, Colo., Music, Sigma Alpha lota, Tau Beta Sigma, Symphonic Band, Little Concert Band. Gall, Beverly Joeann, Westminster, Colo,, Education. Gonzales, Abel Kenneth, Westminster, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Campus Cru- sade for Christ, Luzo-Brazilian Cultural Assoc, Spanish Club, Clearing House. WE. 5 931 Y4 E3 - I, 1. W. fi! ' 5 fl 52" T " Ii iiiilii mu .mummu 55543. L?4 K x f X 'X A iyfhifw nwgiXIAlmX! ' f X , ,E - V. . X 496 ROW ONE - Gonzalez, Paul P., Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, YD's, Spanish Club. Gooding, Lynn Deane, Salt Lake City, Utah, Arts and Sciences, Spurs, Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta. Goodman, John Paul, Canon City, Colo., Music, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, College of Music, student council, Court of Chevalier, University Choir, pres, Men's Glee Club. Goodman, Linda Jean, Wheat Ridge, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Anthropology Club, Experimental Cinema, University Choir, Festival Chorus, Hillel, Uni- versity Productions: Falstaff, The Magic Flute, The Sound of Music, Un- sinkable Molly Brown. ROW TWO - Goodwin, Jacqueline Jean, Aurora, III., Arts and Sciences, Valkyrie. Gordon, Maurice Ivan, Pueblo, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Goshi, Vincent Sadao, Honolulu, Hawaii, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, SIAM, Hawaiian Club. Governski, Kathleen, St. Louis, Mo., Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, Newman Club, Sophomore Counselor, Resident Advisor, Pi Lambda Theta, Omicron Nu, Military Ball Queen. ROW THREE -- Grange, Shirley, Gladwyne, Pa., Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club. Graves, Carol Ann, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, AID. Green, Gary Irwin, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Green, Larry Ervin, Denver, Colo., Engineering and Business, Buff Ski Club, IEEE, Eta Kappa Nn, Sigma tau, AES. ROW FOUR - Greene, Roger Lee, Limon, Colo., Arts and Sciences, YR's, Expanded Horizons, Clearing House, Psi Chi, WICHE Summer Work-Study Program. Greenberg, Louis Eugene, Denver, Colo., Engineering, ASUC Senator-at-large, Junior Class Council, Phi Ep Phi, Sumalia, Sabres, Pi Tau Sigma, Phi Kappa Tau, Calico and Boots Square Dance Club, University Choir, C Bar U Riders, Hillel. Greenwald, Carol Ann, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Med Tech Class, secy. Greene, Kenneth Lee, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Dorm, pres, MRI-lA, Silver and Gold, Sophomore Class Vice-President, Junior Class Council, Alpha Tau Omega, soc chrmn, rush chrmn. ROW FIVE -- Greer, Charles Berry, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Chess- men. Grimm, Linda Marie, Aurora, Colo., Pharmacy, APhA, LSA, asst secy, sec, regional secy, National Council rep, Academic Advising. Grundy, Gordon William, Prairie Village, Kan., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Sophomore Class Council, Honors Union Council. Guilford, Robert Wilson, Chicago, Ill., Arts and Sciences, Freshman Camp, group leader, NSO, Intramurals, ROW SIX - Haberzetle, James Duane, Kirkland, Wash., Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Star and Sextant, Buff Ski Club. Hageboeck, Anne, Iowa City, Iowa, Education, Pi Beta Phi, co-pledge trainer, vice-pres. Hale, Wade Richard, Arvada, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Spanish Club, Latin American Club, Cosmo Club. Hall, Kathlyn Ann, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Sigma Lambda Phi, Buff Ski Club, Newman Club. ROW SEVEN -- Hamm, John Henry, Rocky Ford, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Junior IFC, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Ep Phi, Hammel, Richard Warren, Denver, Colo., Business, Chi Psi, Alumni Relations chrmn, Intramurals, lFC-Pan- hellenic Blood Bank, CUAMA. Hamner, Wendy Sue, Okemos, Mich., Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Buff Ski Club, Pi Beta Phi. Hand, Donald Ray, Rock Falls, Ill., Business. the too-precious clays, golden and full, when time forgets itself ROW ONE - Hanley, John Charles, Denver, Colo., Business, Phi Gamma Delta, Alumni Relations chrmn, IFC-Panhellenic Blood Bank, pres, Buff Ski Club, Newman Club. Hansen, Jeanie Marie, San Marino, Calif., Education, Silver and Gold, Freshman Class Council, Buff Ski Club, Little Sisters of Minerva, Nails, pres, Pi Beta Phi, UFW. Hansen, Jerry Lee, Aurora, Colo., Engineering, ASME. Hansen, Linda Margaret, Albany, Ga., Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta, Buff Ski Club, exec council, Cosmo Club, Spanish Club, Junior Year Abroad, University of Madrid. Hansley, Paula Lynn, Cincinnati, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Spurs, Hesperia, Mortar Board, Buff Ski Club, secy, Alpha Chi Omega, pres, CU Hockey Team, CU Tennis Team. Harmon, Linda Beverly, Englewood, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta. Harris, Charles Beniamin, Port Chester, N.Y., Arts and Sciences, Men's Marching Band, Concert Bond, Judo Club. Harris, Linda, Denver, Colo,, Nursing, CSNA, chrmn, NSNA Convention Delegate. ROW TWO - Harris, Sandra Kay, Loveland, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Freshman Camp, Sophomore Class Council, Pi Sigma Alpha, Angels Flight, Delta Delta Delta, asst tres, rush chrmn, Snowqueen Finalist, CU Relays Queen Attendant. Hartman, Gary Joseph, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, secy. Hartman, Harold Raymond, Commerce City, Colo., Business, Buff Ski Club, CUAMA. Hatton, Joyce Kay, Commerce City, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Festival Chorus. Haug, Svein, Halden, Norway, Engineering, ASCE, ANSA, Cosmo Club, Chi Epsilon. Hauser, Barbara Suzanne, Grand Forks, N. Dak., Arts and Sciences, University Band, Tau Beta Sigma, Dorm, pres, Newman Club, AWS Review, Alpha Chi Omega, asst tres, Anthropology Club, pres, Buff Ski Club. Haus- mann, Maxine Elaine, Chicago, Ill., Arts and Sciences, Dorm, publicity chrmn, Fine Arts Week Comm, publicity chrmn, UMC Decorating Comm, AWS Songfest, CU Days Comm. Hay, Lester Leonard, Colorado Springs, Colo., Business, Alpha Tau Omega, AROTC, Silver and Gold. A .., 5' .. .zigwl-C355 .gr 5 . bwimoerf-:Janne lf... 3.1, ,,, . ,- .. , 1 v s. , MZ.. .rg. S rrxss. . - asm: ,,.,.. .5 A Q' , rear- , 5+ My-fs, .-a- -,,..,er:r+ ,sf feline- . fl. at L 4 . --ee:-J" 'f 'Lf n -1, .-f-gf Q ff' s xc . . :,,., I R Q 13, D . , . .222-5 :VF "'gu 5 QgfjQ 1 , R -Q f v Ev 1-r R99 - W1 - .qi ,V , m Q A .. W J -91, . ., ef , Q A is, ,,.:r"""' X , , K rf' ii' sg 1 , Qbif Adqgiz! k-, K , 0 I .4 , -- , uf, afgjx rf-.L N wil l Y 1 ffffl g Qu -,ww Ep '7'5i 1 . 5 I. x ' .elif ' if ::"F Y. Q 1 b L 41 4 ' if Q J? 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A it 5-c f 1- ,s ROW ONE Hull John Roger Rochester Munn Arts and Scnences Phu Delta Theta secy Ph: Ep Phu secy Hammers Buff Skt Club NSO Hullock Wayne Delbert Aurora lll Business Alpha Phu Omega Delta Sigma P1 CUAMA MRHA drsclplmary board Club First Nlghter Chrmn Hmdman, Richard Austm, Boulder Colo Architecture Hines DeAnn Lyda Luttleton Colo Education ROW TWO Hmson,Vurguma Casper Wyo Nursnng 4Cs AWS rep ASUC Senator Bug Slster Program chrmn Social Comm Student Councxl Cholr Hlrabayashl, Tlmothy, Bethesda Md Englneerung P1 Tau Slgma Kenkyu Club Arnold Arr Soclety Alpha Phu Omega Coloradon ASME Hutch, Hulary Marshall Kamoa Honolulu Hawau Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma Castle Belles Nalls Little Slsters of Minerva Cosmo Club Hoch David Stuart, Columbus Ohlo Business Slgma Nu Junlor Class Councxl Semor Class Council CUAMA Coloradon chief photographer Colorado Dolly C Book Colorado Portfolio Snlver and Gold IFC Mlss CU Contest Chrmn ROW THREE Hoese, Fatrlcla .lo Dallas Tex Arts and Sciences Alpha Chl Omega Dorm soc chrmn Coffee Hour Fme Arts Commlssroner Pro gram Commsssron Campus Chest publxcxty chrmn AWS Revue Buff Ski Club Coloradon NSO group leader Cosmo Club Rally Commnssnon IFC Panhellenlc Blood Bank UN Week Off Campus Senator Hoffer Betsy Harper Pnttsford NY Arts and Sclences Hoffmann Davnd Ray Del Norte Colo Business Lambda Chl Alpha vice pres scholarshnp chrmn Alpha Kappa Psl Beta Alpha Psl tres Sabres secyres IR Club vice pres Holhs Emnly Sue, Denver Colo Arts and Sclences Buff Skt Club Holman Eloise Lmden, Rochester Munn Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma Holme, Barbara Fnel Greenvllle Del Arts and Sclences Gamma Ph: Beta vrce pres soc chrmn Dorm pres CU Badminton Champion Holmes, Barbara Ruth Tujunga Callf Arts and Sclences ROW FIVE Holmes, Roger Franklun St Lansung Much Ar-ts and Scuences ASUC President Admlmstratlve Asst Alpha Tau Omega secy Bug Elght Student Government Assoc pres Sabres Deans Advisory Council Whos Who Halt, Luclanne, Houston Tex Tau Beta Epsilon vice pres Alpha Chl Omega soc chrmn songleader Coffee Hour Comm Homecoming Comm Hook James Rrchard Barrlngton Ill Engineering IEEE AES Buff Ski Club Horner Leslle Mules San Fronclsco Colrf Arts and Sciences AWS Hearing Board Semor rep NISUS llterary edrtor ROW SIX Howe Penny Dee Coleman Hulo, Hawau Arts and Sclences Dorm tres sac chrmn secy publuclty chrmn Basketball Club Chl Omega pledge class tres Panhellenuc rep AWS Revue Coloradon osst copy edltor, managing editor Hesperxa Alpha Lambda Delta pres Spurs Greek Week co chrmn Mortar Board Ps1Chl Howe Rnchard Church Westmmster Colo Arts and Sclences AROTC AROTC Drlll Team Scabbard and Blade pres Buff Ska Club Hrlbar, Neal Edward Las Vegas Nev Pharmacy Transfer Unlverslty of Maryland APhA Ph: Delta Chl Hroza Scott W Bolse Idaho Englneerlng and Business Alpha Kappa Ps: rltuol chrmn AES AIA Buff Skt Club ROW SEVEN Huckfeldt Vaughn Eugene Shelton Neb Arts and Sciences Gamma Delta SIAM Buff Sk: Club Hudlesan Lavonna Belle, Canon Crty Colo Arts and Sciences Hudson Frederlck Wrlght Stanford Tex Arts and Scnences Dorm pres MRHA Sophomore Class Councul Junior Class Council Hammers vuce pres Huffaker Thomas Alexander Charlotte NC Arts and Scnences the game-- a flrst down, a touchdown, to win - ' 2 2 2 ' -2 2 2 2 ' '2 2 2 ' 2 . ' 2 2 2 .2 ' 2 ' 2 ' Ii : I . . , I . . u . ' ' ' 2 .2 ' . 2 2 ' 2 2 ' - ' 2 2 ' 2 ' ' - 2 . . , I 'J . . 5 . . : 2 . . I . 1 in r . , ' 2 2 "2 ' 2 2 2 ' 2 ' ' ' 2 . 2 ' ' 2 ' 2 ' 2 ' 2 ' '2 ' '2 2 2 ' 2 ' 2 -- ' ' 2 2 -2 ' 2 ' 2 2 2 2 ' ' ' 2 - ' ' 2 2 ' ' 2 2 ' 2 2 2 2 2 ' ' 2 - ' 2 2 - - 2 2 ' 2 . -2 ' . 2 ' 2 2 .2 ' 2 ' 2 ' - 2 ' 2 '2 '2 2 2 2 2 ' - . ROW FOUR - Hollister, Barbara Lathropf S. Hamilton, Mass.2 Education. ' 2 ' 2 .2 ' 2 ' 2 ' - 2 2 2 2 ' ' . 2 ' 2 ' .2 ' . - ' 2 . ' 2 ' .2 ' 2 ' 2 ' ' ' 2 2 2 ' ' ' 2 2 2 2 ' . 2 ' 2 ' 2 .2 ' ' 2 2 2 . I . . P . , . vi . I -- 2 2 ' ni ' 2 2 2 2 2 ' ' 2 2 ' 2 ' ' 2 ' 2 2 2 2 2 - 2 2 ' '. 2 ' 2 2 .2 ' 2 2 ' 2 2 2 ' . ' 2 2 .2 2 2 ' ' - 2 ' '. 2 .2 ' 2 2 ' ' ' 2 '2 ' 2 2 2 ' . - 2 2 2 .2 ' 2 2 - 2 ' . 2 ' ' 2 .2 ' . 2 ' ' 2 2 .2 ' 2 2 2 2 '2 ' '2 2 ' - . 2 2 l the challenge met, the record broken, leaving a challenge for others ROW ONE - Hughes, Barbara, Pittsburgh, Pa., Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi., Alpha Kappa Delta. Hughes, Susan Paquita, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Freshman Class Council, Sophomore Class Council, International Fair. Hulteen, William James, La Jolla, Calif., Arts and Sciences. Hunt, John Coates, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, pledge pres, Silver and Gold, Swimming Team, Intramurals, Buff Ski Club, Buff Flying Club, Songfest. ROW TWO - Hunt, Richard Lowell, Englewood, Colo., Business. Hurst, John T., Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Fencing Club, Russian Choir, Russian Club, pres. Hurt, John A., Center, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Freshman Class Council, Sophomore Class Council, Phi Ep Phi, Court of Chevaliers, People- to-People, Gates Foundation Scholar. Huttenhow, Jay Donald, Denver, Colo., Engineering, IEEE, Arnold Air Society. ROW THREE -- lake, Virginia K., Madison, Wis., Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma, first chrmn, AWS Revue, AWS Songfest. lnkyo, Stanley Sadao, Honolulu, Hawaii, Arts and Sciences. Irish, Ralph Michael, Ft. Lyon, Colo., Arts and Sciences, YR's, IR Club, Special Events Comm. Irwin, James Ross, Lakewood, Colo., Engineering, Superior Engineering Student Program, Silver and Gold, Phi Ep Phi, Alpha Tau Omega, officer, pledge trainer, Freshman Camp, ASUC Research Comm, Junior Class Council, University Traffic and Parking Comm, Ex-Officio Member of Finance Board. ROW FOUR - Jackson, Gary L., Dove Creek, Colo., Business, Beta Alpha Psi, pres, Delta Sigma Pi, Business School, student board. Jackson, Joan Karen, Denver, Colo., Pharmacy, Kappa Epsilon, APhA. Jacobson, Oddy Gerhard, Inglewood, Calif., Pharmacy, APhA, Cosmo Club. Jacobson, Ann Louise, Duluth, Minn., Arts and Sciences. ROW FIVE -- James, Glenn Edward, Arlington, Tex., Business, Delta Sigma Pi. Jaunarais, Visvaldis, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Jeffries, Erie Con, Pueblo, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Phi Ep Phi. Jend, Kathryn Ilene, Colorado Springs, Cola., Arts and Sciences, YR's, Junior Year in Costa Rica, Youth for UN Comm, Zeta Tau Alpha, standards chrmn, corres secy, retreat chrmn. ROW SIX - Jensen, Kenneth M., Kenosha, Wis., Arts and Sciences, NSO, Senior Class Council, Russian Club, Public Relations Commission, NSA, Regional Delegate, College Bowl. Jewell, Judith Ann, Richards-Gebaur AFB, Mo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, pres, second vice-pres, scholar- ship chrmn, Alturistic chrmn, Mortar Board, vice-pres, Hesperia, Spurs, Pan- hellenic, tres, Budget Commission, pres, secy, Finance Board, Delta Phi Alpha, Porpoise, Dorm, scholarship chrmn, floor rep. Jewell, Martha Jeane, Bakersfield, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Rally Commission, Sophomore Advisor. Johnson, Albin Kenneth, Paullina, Iowa, Engineering, IEEE, AES, Eta Kappa Nu. ROW SEVEN - Johnson, Ann Lord, Arts and Sciences, Butt Ski Club, Junior Class Council, Delta Delta Delta, asst tres, Homecoming decorations, Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl, Transfer, Barat College. Johnson, Charles Napier, Denver, Colo., Engineering, SIAM, pres, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi, AES. John- son, Dale Sherwood, Madison, Wis., Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, pledge trainer, Alpha Chi Sigma, vice-pres, IFC Judiciary Board. Johnson, Debra Linstrand, Boulder, Colo., Education, Women's Glee Club. ROW ONE - Johnson, Donna Rae, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, WRA, vice-pres, Sophomore Advisor, Resident Advisor, AWS Central Hearing Comm. Johnson, Irving Gregg, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Lacrosse Team, UN Week Comm, Festival Chorus. Johnson, Leland Arthur, Westminster, Colo., Engineering, ASCE, Pistol Club, Buff Flying Club. Johnston, Kenneth LeRoy, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Varsity Wrestling. Jones, Bronwynn, Long Beach, Calif., Nursing, AWS Hearing Board, Convention program chrmn, Buff Ski Club, Senior Class Council. Jones, Bruce Mills, Greeley, Colo., Business. Jones, Gerald William, Colorado Springs, Colo., Engineering, Sigma Tau, Pi Tau Sigma, pres, ASME, secy-tres, AES. Jones, Kenneth Allen, Colorado Springs, Colo., Engineering, CofE Superior Student Program, Intramurals, AIAA, Engi- neering Days, publicity chrmn. ROW TWO - Jones, Shirley Ann, Ponca City, Okla,, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, pres, Angels Flight, Program Commission, Fine Arts chrmn, Silver and Gold. Jong, Harry Tong, Denver, Colo., Engineering, Chi Epsilon, tres, Sigma Tau, ASCE, Chinese Club, Campus Crusade for Christ. Jordan, Gretchen Bea, Sioux Falls, S. Dak., Arts and Sciences, Young Americans for Freedom, Conservative Club, YR's. Jordan, Patricia Ruth, Coronado, Calif., Nursing, Silver and Gold, Freshman Class Council, Chi Omega, Senior Class rep, Student Council, Choir. Joy, Richard Dudley, Littleton, Colo., Engineering and Business, Phi Gamma Delta, IEEE. Juricic, David Stephen, Joliet, Ill., Arts and Sciences. Kahn, Liliane Vera, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Kalino, Joy Ann, Broadview, Ill., Education, Alpha Chi Omega, Buff Ski Club, AWS Review. ROW THREE - Karr, Anne Lucille, Denver, Colo., Nursing, Newman Club, CSNA, Great Books, Choir, Chat n' Chew, chrmn, Floor rep, Colorado Student Nurse of the Year, Student Council. Karsh, Randolph M., Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, MRHA, Dorm, co-chrmn for formal. Karst, Aletho Paulette, Estes Park, Colo., Education, SCEA. Kasbohm, James Raoul, Manistique, Mich., Engi- neering, IEEE, AES. Kauzlarich, Roberta Kay, Littleton, Colo., Education, Junior Class Council, Swim Team, Hiking Club, Player's Club, Senior Class Council, Pi Beta Phi, University Production: Unsinkable Molly Brown. Keck, Bonnilyn Brown, Westover AFB, Mass., Dorm, pres, Kittredge 3.2 Club, Gamma Phi Beta, AWS rep, Resident Advisor, Keeney, Janet Lee, Nucla, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Sigma Lambda Phi, Spanish Club. Keitel, Robert Simms, Wilmette, Ill., Arts and Sciences, IFC, iudiciary member, chief justice, Pi Kappa Alpha. 5Ol symbolic of 90 years o 2 OPPOSITE PAGE: ROW ONE - King, Sandra Louise, Grand Junction, Colo., Education, Angels Flight, Kappa Delta Pi, secy, People-to-People, vice-pres, Junior Class Council, ASUC rep, Buff Ski Club. Kinney, Dennie Kenneth, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Kirchoff, Donald Michael, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi, Men's Glee Club, pres. Kiteley, George Leon, Longmont, Colo., Music, University Symphony, University Choir, Men's marching Band, New Music Ensemble, Per- cussion Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, Associated Students of the College of Music, pres. Klein, Judith Marilyn, St. Paul, Minn., Education, Sigma Delta Tau, pres, Jr. Panhellenic rep, corres sec, SAGE, tres, Student Dean's Program, Campus Chest, NSO: CU Days, decorations comm, Home- coming, balloting comm. Klein, Leslie Ann, Cheyenne, Wyo., Arts and Sciences, Resident Advisor, Dorm, education comm advisor, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Sigma Alpha Eta, NSO, group leader, AWS Hearing Comm, secy. Kling, Louise Ann, Roswell, N.M., Business, Delta Gamma, Silver and Gold, Beta Sigma, CUAMA. Klostermann, Kenneth Eberhard, Chicago, Ill., Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha, ritualist, NROTC Scholar. ROW TWO - Klug, Alan Avery, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Delta Sigma, Hammers. Knight, Marcia Hoffman, Arvada, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi, Spurs, Porpoise, YWCA International Fair. Knutson, Richard Keith, Arvada, Colo., Engi- neering, Pi Tau Sigma, ASME, AES. Kocan, Cheryl Young, La Grance, Ill., Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Kappa Kappa Gamma, asst tres, AWS Revue, AWS Songfest. Koenig, Vernelle Kay, Longmont, Colo., 4C's, Dorm, vice-pres, floor rep, ASUC rep, CSNA. Koles, Carter Marshall, Pueblo, Colo., Engineering, ASME. Koleski, Lee Arthur, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Pi Sigma Alpha, Honors Program, Silver and Gold, Young Citizens for Johnson, YD's, College Bowl. Kopp, Paulette Eloise, Greeley, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Dorm officer, Sophomore Class Council. ROW ONE - Keliher, Timothy Edward, Colorado Springs, Colo., Engineering, Sigma Pi Sigma, pres, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Hiking Club, American ln- stitute of Physics, Engineering Days, chrmn of Speaker comm. Kellenbenz, Lois Ann, Golden, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA. Keller, Elizabeth Upton, Toledo, Ohio, Engineering, Alpha Omicron Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma, Sigma Tau, Porpoise, Spurs. ROW TWO - Kelley, Martha Lou, Pampa, Tex., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, registrar, Rifle Club, Buff Ski Club. Kelley, Sharon M., Englewood, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, Pan- hellenic advisor chrmn, ASUC Secretary, Freshman Camp, secy, Kellogg, John C., Pueblo, Colo., Business, Alpha Kappa Psi, Chi Psi, alumni, Intramurals. ROW THREE - Kelley, Susan Nilson, Chicago, Ill., Journalism, Alpha Chi Omega, tres, Theta Sigma Phi, tres, AWS Revue, production mgr, publicity chrmn, C-oloradan, Residence Halls editor, New Conservative, reporter, Election Commission. Kelton, Benjamin Mill- ington, Peru, Vt., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega, vice-pres, scholarship chrmn, pledge comm, IFC, scholarship comm, Butt Ski Club, YR's. Kendall, Robert Gordon, Eveleth, Minn., Arts and Sciences, CU Racing Club, Buff Ski Club. ROW FOUR - Kendrick, Paula S., Pueblo, Colo., Nurs- ing, ASN, lntake and Output, columnist, Buff Ski Club. Kennard, Bruce Preston, Galion, Ohio, Business, Phi Kappa Psi, pres, tres, IFC, soc comm. Kennedy, Barbara, Barrington, Ill., Arts and Sciences, Women's Choir, Psi Chi, AWS Songfest, NSO, GWT. ROW FIVE - Kent, Ronald James, Sterling, Colo., Engineering, Order of Chevaliers, vice-pres, AES, con- trol board, IEEE, tres, Intramurals. Kercher, Connie Jeane, Casper, Wyo., Arts and Sciences. Kerksiek, Karen Joleen, Strasburg, Colo., Arts and Sciences. ROW SIX - Kerr, Daryl Patrick, Ft. Forth, Tex., Engi- neering, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Tu. Kiely, Dan Ray, Loveland, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Freshman Class President, Junior Class President, Silver and Gold, Phi Ep Phi, Hammers, Sabres, Acacia, Program Com- missioner, IFC Senator, NSA Delegate, Scabbard and Blade. Killian, Carol Annette, Denver, Colo., Music, Sigma Alpha lota, tres, Bond, Festival Chorus, Univer- sity Production: Magic Flute. ROW SEVEN -- Kindell, Carol Ann, Shawnee Mission, Kan., Arts and Sciences, Orchesis, Honors Union Coun- cil, Presidents' Round Table. King, Elaine Lee, Berke- ley, Mo., Education., Dorm, secy, People-to-People, Campus Chest, Gamma Phi Beta, corres secy, scholar- ship chrmn, philanthropy chrmn. King, Mary Frances, Jacksonville, Fla., Arts and Sciences, Anthropology Club, Newman Club, Newman Harvest Ball Princess, Club First Nighter. ..--1 ducation--remembered as 4 short years 'Y' 'ka ve' Mx x..f ii - if .dilllxri pf' 1.82" N KN? A .' W gt x 1 "tif n' . , -riff: caught between two moments ROW ONE - Koshio, Gordon Lester, Ft. Lupton, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Kotzeinick, Kay Irene, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta, rush chrmn, intramurals chrmn, YWCA International Fair, WRA, secy, sportshead. Koutsoubos, George Alexander, Kansas City, Co., Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, pres, Senior Class Vice President, Junior Class Council, Sophomore Class Council, Freshman Class Council, People-to-People, IFC, Senior Commencement Comm, Silver and Gold, Freshman Camp. ROW TWO - Kramer, George Robert, Zurich, Switzerland, Business, Buff Flying Club, tres, Buff Ski Club, Alpha Kappa Psi, National Intercollegiate Flying Assoc, pres. Kraus, Barbara Jane, Schenectady, N.Y., Arts and Sciences, Sophomore Advisor, Resident Advisor, AWS Central Hearing Comm, Student Dean's Program. Kraushaar, Sandra Gail, Rochester, N.Y., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, soc chrmn, standards chrmn, AWS rep, Homecoming rep, International Fair, AWS review, IFC-Panhellenic Blood Bank. ROW THREE - Kraybill, Anne Kathryn, Pittsfield, Ill., Arts and Sciences, Butt Ski Club, Sigma Lambda Phi. Kraynik, Saundra Gay, Wahiawa, Hawaii, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, WRH, YR's, Alpha Chi Omega, Canterbury Club, Tennis Club, Festival Club. Krebs, Robert Edward, Colorado Springs, Colo., Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, Pi Tau Sigma, Freshman Class Council, Junior Class Council, Senior Class Council, ASME. ROW FOUR - Kroner, Walter Manfred, Boulder, Colo., Architecture. Kubie, Susan Patricia, Albuquerque, N.M., Arts and Sciences, Dorm, pres, Sophomore Advisor, Dorm Central Board, rep, Dorm Hearing Comm, chrmn, Buff Ski Club. Kuntz, Samuel Osborn, Gypsum, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Rally Commission, Intramural Council, Viking Club. ROW FIVE - Kurlander, Jean Lynn, Baltimore, Md., Arts and Sciences, Kurtzman, David Samuel, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Off-Campus Men's Senator, Health and Welfare Commissioner, NSA Delegate, Cosmo Club, vice-pres, SAGE, pres, Buff Ski Club, Campus Chest, chrmn, CU Bowling Team, Parking and Traffic Comm. Kushnir, Sherwin Ray, Pueblo, Colo., Engineering, IEEE, Sigma Tau. ROW SIX - Lacerte, Lawrence James, Denver, Colo., Business, CU Lacrosse Team, co-capt, Intra- murals, Delta Sigma Pi. Lackey, James Eugene, Boulder, Colo., Business, Intramurals. Lambert, Lefty Jo, Denver, Colo., Education, Alpha Phi. ROW SEVEN - Lambert, Lewis Houghton, Sacramento, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Buff Ski Club, ski instructor. Landers, Sheryl Jeane, Rochester, N.Y., Business, Alpha Phi, tres, CUAMA, Buff Ski Club, Sophomore Class Council, Silver and Gold, CU Days Comm, Freshman Camp, co-chrmn. Landler, Caroline L., Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma. J elf - ' . fv., .M 'fb- rf ,, ,f .1'fi.:-f1"'?Y. Tk .15 Q i fr L 1 L ., .4 3 n 1 ," 'Y . . ' h gfig' f,,v.gf c-1.3.i.:..'.fz-' '.--:. ' Nr 41 A 5:1 1 ' L, 'Ld ' A , . 41, nf . ,A ...Q ,I 1, X 4,-.-. rl., ,,, ., ,, , ,lf P ,, 4 rj. ian , . .f. EH 6 T '13 5.1 1 Q ,Q :fy " da, 'Q ...:. . ,r- .-,L ,fi -1 ,4 H-- bi 54 f X6 H . . .,,, 1,12 3- .P I 5 f 55,-as if , ' 4 iv . W .5 X4 . f fir , , K9 n u u -. w, 6 , , . 4 F ' 3 we .yy - ffl , p 6 -1255 .i , Q ff' gtg JH' 5 . u ...J K - 0 A U 1194 f ww xg N, xg .-: V: 'E : J jxzgff -- j T N V , QW-5 M fxgiwg. i 1. ff' ,, , 11 321 P' wif Elf' ,f-.r I EB M ROW ONE -- Livran, James Severs, Pine, Colo., Business, Sigma Nu. Lodholm, Linda Lee, Englewood, Colo., Education. Logsdon, Elosie Faye, Grant, Neb., Arts and Sciences, SOSL, Student Disciplinary Comm, UMC Board, secy, Spurs, Hesperia, Colorado Daily, editorial staff. Lohman, Sandra Irene, Grand Junction, Colo., Nursing, Sophomore rep, CSNA, Hearing Board, Junior-Senior Banquet Chrmn. ROW TWO - Loomis, Malina Jean, Escondido, Calif., Education, Silver and Gold, Delta Gamma, pledge pres, Junior Panhellenic, tres, Spurs, Alpha Lambda Delta, Castel Belles, vice-pres, Panhellenic, Hesperia, Military Ball Queen Finalist, AWS rep. Loper, Roger Kent, Montrose, Colo., Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Tau, IEEE. Loss, Bonnie Jo, Greeley, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, Buff Racing Club. Love, Fred Everett, Henderson, Nev., Engineering and Business, Colorado Engineer, editor, AlChE, pres, tres, Alpha Chi Sigma, CUAMA, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Dean's Council, AES Control Board. ROW THREE - Lovejoy, Pamela Ja, Ft. Collins, Colo., Business, Dorm, pres, Rally Commission, Coloradan, Junior Class Council, Oracle, osst adv mgr, Alpha Delta Pi, rush chrmn, vice-pres, Panhellenic rep. Lowrey, Phillip Randall, Boulder, Colo., Business, Transfer, Engineering Club, vice-pres, Ski Club, CU - Alpha Kappa Psi, Student Assoc of the Colorado Society of CPA's. Luttig, Norman Craig, Commerce City, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Junior Class Council, Senior Class Council. Lutz, Penelope Susan, Elyria, Ohio, Education, Porpoise, Buff Ski Club, AWS. ROW FOUR - Lydon, Patrick Stuart, Steamboat Springs, Colo., Business, Alpha Kappa Psi. Lyon Julianne Page, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, Dorm Council, AWS Hearing Board, Dorm Honor Board. Maas, John William, Denver, Colo., Engineering, ASCE, tres. Mack, Barbara Sue, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, SCEA, Resident Advisor, Theatre. ROW FIVE -- Macliendrick, Ronald Frederick, Hotchkiss, Colo., Engineering, Sigma Tau, AIChE. MacMillan, Marcia, Washingtonville, N.Y., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi, rush chrmn, YWCA, pres, Faculty Firesides, chrmn, Women's Advisory Council, Student Suggestion and Complaint Comm. Magaro, Anthony, Berwyn, Ill., Business, Alpha Tau Omega. Maguire, James Henry, Steamboat Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, ASUC Supreme Court, Assoc Justice, Honors Union Council, Tangent, co-editor. ROW SIX - Maharam, Marsha Elaine, Los Angeles, Calif., Education, CEA, Buff Ski Club, Slide Rule Follies, SNEA, AWS rep. Maher, Timothy Francis, Birmingham, Mich., Business, Lambda Chi Alpha, pres, soc chrmn, IFC, NSO, Alpha Kappa Psi, CUAMA. Maii, Alan Samuel, Honolulu, Hawaii, Engineer- ing, AES, IEEE, Hawaiian Club. Main, Karen Culver, Colorado Springs, Colo., Music, Sophomore Aclvisor, University Choir, University Singers, AWS Song- fest. ROW SEVEN - Maisonneuve, Earl Joseph, Colorado Springs, Colo., Engineer- ing, ASCE. Malott, Andrea Marie, Fullerton, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, rush chrmn, Sigma Alpha Eta, Nails, Coloradan, Play Pals, Speech Training Clinic. Malowick, Izolina Joyaisa, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Manigald, Vicki G., Leawood, Kon., Business. ROW ONE - Maniscalco, Tony, Trinidad, Colo., Engineering, AlChE, Alpha Chi Sigma. Manuel, Cassandra Ann, Boulder, Colo., Nursing, Canterbury Club, Nightingale Chair, CSNA, National Convention, rep, CSNA State Programs Chrmn. Marcantonio, Romano, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Cosmo Club, pres, Italian Club, Latin American Club, Spanish Club, Football, Soccer. ROW TWO - Marcus, Kenneth Edward, Chicago, Ill., Arts and Sciences, Fencing Club, public relations chrmn, CORE. Marlow, Ann Louise, Denver, Colo., Education, Porpoise, pres, Dorm, pres, Intramurals. Maron, Leonard, Boise, Idaho, Arts and Sciences. ROW THREE - Marquand, Kermit Wayne, Mondovi, Wis., Arts and Sciences, Transfer, WSU. Marstall, Jerry Lee, Glenwood Springs, Colo., Business, Intramurals, AFROTC. Martin, Diana Lynne, Winter Park, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Conference on Foreign Affairs, Student Govern- ment Assoc, Newman Club, Orchesis. ROW FOUR - Martin, Marla Kaye, Littleton, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, AWS rep, Homecoming Royalty Comm, Coloradan. Martini, Steven Giles, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Phi Lambda Upsilon. Massaro, Peter Anthony, Pueblo, Colo., Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, IEEE, AES Control Board. ROW FIVE - Mast, Donald Chester, Loveland, Colo., Arts and Sciences, ASUC Planning Comm, College Bowl. Mathias, Monty Ross, Grand Junction, Colo., Business, Senior Class President, Finance Board, Senator-at-large, ASUC Finance Comm, Budget Comm, NSO, program comm, College Bowl, Expanded Horizons. Matsumoto, Jo-Elaine Aremi, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Dorm, pres, IFC, secy, Kenkyn Club, program chrmn, Japanese Club, coordinator, Cosmo Club. ROW SIX - Mattson, James Richard, Elmwood Park, III., Engineering, Delta Tau Delta. May- born, Richard Drath, Wheat Ridge, Colo., Pharmacy, Silver and Gold, Delta Epsilon Phi, Canter- bury Club, APhA. McAtee, Lawrence Dean, Denver, Colo., Business, Golf Team, Delta Tau Delta. ROW SEVEN - McCabe, Michael Reid, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Resident Advisor, YD's, Newman Club, NSO, group leader. McCall, Raymond Kyle, Lamar, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Men's Glee Club, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, pres, vice-pres, CU Buffoons. McCasline, Sharon, Laguna Beach, Calif., Education, Kappa Alpha Theta. the same blind shadows against another sun ROW ONE - McCasliner, Susan: Laguna Beach, Calif.: Education: Kappa Alpha Theta. McCIanahan, Judy Louise: Ignacio, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: lntervarsity Christian Fellowship, secy: tres: Buff Ski Club. McComb, Jerry Lynn: Cortez, Colo.: Business. ROW TWO - McCotter, Jane Clayton: Denver, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Psi Chi, tres. McGIothIen, Carol Lynn: Greeley, Colo.: Nursing. McGrath, Sarah Jane: Englewood, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: Freshman Camp, counselor, dir: NSO group leader: Dorm, scholarship chrmn: Freshman Class Council: Sophomore Class Council: Junior Class Council: Sophomore Advisor: AWS rep: YWCA, exec council: SCEA: AWS Central Hearing Board: French Club: Newman Club. ROW THREE - McGregor, Wayne Martin: Cincinnati, Ohio: Business: Baptist Student Union: AFIT student: Colorado Society of CPA's: Transfer, University of Cincinnati. Mcllroy, Barbara Jane: Huntington, N.Y.: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Kappa Gamma, cultural chrmn: Buff Ski Club: French Club: IR Club. Mclntosh, Gilbert B.: Palatine, Ill.: Arts and Sciences: Pi Kappa Alpha. ROW FOUR - McKay, Nara Carlynn: Alexandria, La.: Arts and Sciences: Delta Delta Delta: YR's: Buff Ski Club: Student Dean's Program. McKee, Philip Leopold: Ann Arbor, Mich.: Arts and Sciences: CU Racing Club: Cosmo Club: Intramurals: YR's. McKenzie, Lianna Marie: Long Beach, Colit.: Business: Christian Science Organization, clerk, reader: Dorm Council: CUAMA. ROW FIVE -- McKown, William Bruce: Denver, Colo.: Business: Beta Theta Pi, pledge trainer, house mgr: Hammers, tres: Wrestling. Mclean, John Hull: Kinston, N.C.: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Phi Omega: Student Travel, dir: Dorm, mail clerk, librarian. Mc- Millan, Carol Ann: Port Washington, N.Y.: Arts and Sciences: Buff Ski Club: Home- coming Musicals: University Choir: C Bar U Riding Club: Anthropology Club. ROW SIX - McMiIlen, Donald Hugh: Boulder, Colo.: Education: Varsity Track: AFROTC. McMullen, Martha Ilene: Boulder, Colo.: Arts and Sciences. McNeil, Maureen Lee: Monte Vista, Colo.: Nursing: Silver and Gold: Buff Ski Club: Choir: 4C's CSNA. ROW SEVEN - Mead, Judi Ann: Denver, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: Kappa Delta Pi, pres: Dorm Honor Board: University Productions, stage crew: Transfer. Meakins, Patricia Rene: Haxtun, Colo.: Modern Choir: University Choir: Festival Chorus: Tau Beta Sigma: Concert Band: Sophomore Advisor: Resident Advisor. Meek, Ronald Dayle: Denver, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Phi Omega: Court of Chevaliers. again from magic slopes to a last struggle with ibm OPPOSITE PAGE: ROW ONE - Meek, Rupert M.: Denver, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: Sigma Chi, soc chrmn, vice-pres: Silver and Gold: Buff Ski Club: YR's: Newman Club: Hammers: Dorm, vice-pres: IFC: Freshman Camp: Intramurals: Jr. IFC: ASA. Meislahn, Susan Kaye: Golden, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: French Club: Christian Science Organization. ROW TWO - Mellbye, Robert William: Greeley, Colo.: Business: Alpha Phi Omega, tres, pres: UMC Board. Markowitz, Larry Allan: Denver, Colo.: Pharmacy: Rho Chi, pres: APhA: Cosmo Club: Alpha Epsilon Delta. ROW THREE - Messer, Virginia Anne: Bailey, Colo.: Education: SCEA, pres, tres: Dorm Honor Board, recorder. Metzger, Jane Dee: Denver, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: Resident Advisor: PEMM Club: WRA, intramurals chrmn asst, extramurols chrmn: Dorm, pres: Festival Chorus. ROW FOUR - Meyers, Bradford Bowie: Wyomissing, Pa.: Arts and Sciences: Phi Gamma Delta: CU Racing Club: NROTC. Middendorf, Kaaren Hall: Jacksonville, Ill.: Arts and Sciences: YWCA: Anthropology Club: Gamma Phi Beta. ROW FIVE - Middleton, Laura Jean: Boulder, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: Cosmo Club. Millay, John Russell: Lakewood, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Tau Omega, pres, tres, pledge trainer: Finance Board: ASUC Lobbying Sub-comm: Junior Class Council. ROW SIX - Miller, Glenn LeRoy: Meeker, Colo.: Business: Intramurals. Miller, Paul Frank: Las Vegas, Nev.: Business: CUAMA: Basketball: Flying: ROW SEVEN - Miller, Terry Allen: Colorado Springs, Colo. Arts and Sciences: Psi Chi, pres: Honors Program. Millet, Mary Frick: Macomb, III.: Arts and Sciences: Alpha Phi, hist, rec secy: Panhellenic, dorm advisor: Italian Club. ' as much part... ROW ONE - Mincer, Lawrence Mark, Glenwood Springs, Colo., Business, Acacia, soc chrrnn, YR's, Intercollegiate Forensics, Speakers Congress, tres, pres, Delta Sigma Rho, Tau Kappa Alpha. Misura, Charles F., Dallas, Tex., Engineering and Business, Alpha Kappa Psi, ASCE, Special Events Comm, Lambda Chi Alpha. Mitchell, Gary Wayde, Pueblo, Colo., Arts and Sciences. ROW TWO - Moise, Steven K., Albuquerque, N.M., Arts and Sciences, Sophomore Class President, Sabres, Phi Ep Phi, ASUC Commissioner for Alumni Affairs, Dean's Student Advice Council, Freshman Class Vice- President, Pacesetter, Phi Sigma Delta, rush chrmn, Honors Program. Monderer, Bonnie Jo, Pueblo, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau, Delta Phi Delta, Italian Club, Cosmo Club. Money, Penny Suzanne, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences and Journal- ism, Sophomore Class Council, AWS House, Junior Year Abroad, Bordeaux, France. ROW THREE - Mannette, Anne, Boise, Idaho, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, tres, People-to- People, French Club. Moore, Susan Meredith, Wewoka, Okla., Arts and Sciences, French Club, Buff Ski Club, Wesley Foundation, Cameo Boarding House, secy-tres. Morehead, Richard Michael, Denver, CoIo,, Business, Chi Psi, pres, tres, IFC, athletic comm. ROW FOUR - Morey, Eric William, Lakewood, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Freshman Camp, Butt Ski Club. Moritz, Susan Jane, Brecksville, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Angels Flight, Alpha Chi Omega, Home- coming decorations comm, pledge trainer, Colorodan, typist. Motoyoshi, Howard Den, Denver, Colo., Busi- ness, Kenkyu Club, pres. ROW FIVE - Mowery, Hubert Thomas, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Psi Chi, vice-pres, General Psy- chology Honors Program, Intramurals, Judo Club. Mueller, Christine Emilie, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta, CU Racing Club, secy, Spurs, Sophomore Class Council, Women's Glee Club. Mullins, Donald Eugene, Pueblo, Colo., Arts and Sciences, MRHA, Dorm, pres, co-chrmn for Formal, Fencing Club, Transfer. ROW SIX - Mullins, Mary Roselle Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi, AWS rep, AWS Revue, YR's, Spanish Club, Folksong Club, Latin American Club. Mumma, Donald August, Englewood, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Mungle, James A., Warren, NJ., Arts and Sciences, Hammers, YR's, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Judo Club. ROW SEVEN - Munro, Teresa Gail, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Dorm, publicity chrmn, YR's, AWS rep, Boarding House, pres, French Club. Muni'- zert, James Kay, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Rifle and Pistol Club, Rodeo Club. Murano, Dennis Bradley, Dinosaur, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Varsity Baseball. S it Q. ROW ONE - Murray, Joseph William, Walsenburg, Colo., Business, Beta Gamma Sigma, Delta Sigma Pi, School of Business, student board, University Band, Sophomore Class Council, Junior Class Council, Court of Chevaliers. Musgrave, Walter Eugene, Englewood, Colo., Engineering, AES, IEEE. ROW TWO - Myers, Phillip Earl, Ottumwa, Iowa, Arts and Sciences, Varsity Baseball, Freshman Basketball, Silver and Gold, Sigma Phi Epsilon, rec, Intramurals. Myers, Susan Mary, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Persh- ing Ritle Sponsor, Sophomore Advisor, Alpha Gamma Chi, Asst Probation Officer. ROW THREE - Nagel, John Kaub, Little- ton, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Acacia. Nathan, Lawrence A., Denver, Colo., Music, Phi Mu Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi, Men's Marching Band, University Orchestra, Uni- versity Jazz Band, Symphonic Band, Little Concert Band, Homecoming Musicals. ROW FOUR - Nees, J. Lynn, Wolf Point, Mont., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, French Club, People-to-People, Cosmo Club, Fine Arts Commission. Nelson, Max Alan: Lubbock, Tex., Arts and Sciences, Sigma Pi Sigma. ROW FIVE - Nelson, Paula Jane, Littleton, Colo., Arts and Sciences, NISUS. New- combe, Pamela Wicks, Catskill, N.Y., Arts and Sciences. ROW SIX - Newcomer, Carole, Kansas City, Mo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, pres, Panhellenic rep, AWS rep, NSO. Nicola, Nancy Sayre, Denver, Colo., Education, Kappa Alpha Theta. ROW SEVEN - Nidey, Paul Gradon, Hotch- kiss, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Nieschburg, Garth Louis, La Junta, Colo., Arts and Sciences. ...of the cu experience ROW ONE - Niles, Nancy Elaine, Arvada, Colo., Nursing, CU Honor Society for Nursing, secy, ANS, student council, tres, AWS rep, 4C's, Junior-Senior Banquet Comm. Niswonger, Jane Eliza- beth, Colorado Springs, Colo., Education, Chi Omega, Clearing House. Noffsinger, David L., Center, Colo., Business. ROW TWO - Noren, Stephen Charles, Denver, Colo., Engineering, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi, AIChE. Norton, Tamara, Chowchilla, Calit., Business, Mortar Board, Spurs, Angels Flight, com- mander, Beta Sigma, Beta Gamma Sigma, Kappa Kappa Gamma, vice-pres Homecoming, publi- city chrmn. Novak, James Robert, Golden, Colo., Business, Delta Sigma Pi, CUAMA, lntramurals. ROW THREE - Novak, Julia Ann, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, Panhellenic Advisor. Ogden, George Bryant, Barneveld, N.Y., Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Ogren, David John, Trinidad, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Tau Kappa Epsilon, NSO Commission, Rally Com- mission, FC Counselor. ROW FOUR - Okey, Mark Joseph, Pueblo, Colo., Engineering, IEEE. Olivarez, Elizabeth, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Minority Relations Commission, Student Peace Union, Elections Commis- sion, World Affairs Conference, publicity comm, Russian Club. Olson, Charles Ernest, Denver, Colo., Engineering, Scabbard and Blade, ASME, pres, vice-pres, AlChE, Gamma Delta, pres, regional field secy, AROTC. ROW FIVE - O'Nan, Lawrence Wayne, Grand Junction, Colo., Education, Campus Crusade for Christ, University Bible Fellowship. Oppermann, Charles F., Chicago, Ill., Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, Spanish Club, Ayn Rand Discussion Group. Opsahl, Randi, Bellevue, Wash., Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta, pledge trainer, Porpoise, Colorado Daily. ROW SIX - Orndoff, Barbara Kay, Los Alamos, N.M., Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, CU Racing Club, French Club, CU Swimming Team, Judo Club, Fine Arts Week. Orr, James Corwin, Portland, Ore., Engineering, Varsity Baseball, Sigma Tau, IEEE, AES, Osborne, Crystal Gay, Ft. Morgan, Colo., Arts and Sciences, SCEA History Club Roger Williams Fellowship, Intramurals. ROW SEVEN - Oviatt, Pamela Joy, Denver, Colo., Nursing, CSNA, 4C's, officer, Spurs, Nursing School, pres. Oyer, Mana Rae, Auburn, Ind., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, activities chrmn, International Fair, Silver and Gold, AWS Revue, CU Days Songfest, Spanish Club, Guadalajara Mexico Summer Program. Page, Donna Jean, Alexandria, Va., Arts and Sciences, Boarding House, pres. 'you would touch with your fingers the naked body of your dreams' OPPOSITE PAGE: ROW ONE - Paradise, Diane Elizabeth, Winterest, Iowa, Arts and Sciences, Psi Chi, Alpha Kappa Delta, Transfer, Baylor University. Park, Ann Caroline, Polling l-lills, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Pom-pon Girl, Kappa Alpha Theta, songleader, Little Sisters of Minerva, Delta Tau Delta Ice Race, Winter Carnival Snow Queen Finalist. Park, John D., Lakewood, Colo., Engineering, ASCE, AES, Teaching Internship Program. Parsons, Patricia Louise, Hugoton, Kan., Education, Alpha Phi, corres secy, Spirit and Morale Commissioner, Festival Chorus, Greek Week Songfest, Clearing House, Head Start. Pashel, Gary Alan, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Fencing Club, Theater. Patterson, James Herbert, Denver, Colo., Business, Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma, School of Business, Blotter, student board. Patterson, Robert Duncan, Broomfield, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Freshman Camp, Buff Ski Club, Hammers. Paul, Carolyne, Lakewood, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega. ROW TWO - Pease, Linda E., Littleton, Colo., Education, Alpha Phi, Silver and Gold. Peck, Earl Mulkins, Pawling, N.Y., Engineering, Alpha Phi Omega, SIAM. Peercy, Dave Eugene, Rifle, Colo., Engineering, Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Symphonic Band, Little Concert Band, SIAM. Peltz, Alvin Eugene, Denver, Cola., Business, Phi Gamma Delta, Intramurals, Hammers, CUAMA, IFC. Pennington, Marilyn Maas, Golden, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Perry, Adele Augustine, Cincinnati, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Hiking Club, Colorado Muntain Club. Perry, Meredith Ann, Washington, Colo., Nursing, CSNA, 4C's, Campus Crusade for Christ, Nursing Choir, Junior-Senior Banquet Comm. Peters, Susan Adair, Downers Grove, III., Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, YWCA, Alpha Omicron Pi. E52- :9 V 'N + f !5'Jew' -cn? - -'mq,.'5, fx .- g ' -. M' .N Q, ,bf f or ,412 -fl A Q' ' ff .Lf , - , . ,T Q ' , c A' , If r , jr , JA . I f f A ,f x if ff D, 41. 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Ek ff f ,fl 1 41 , l- .ml .1 1 1 ' X V e .x I . x KW" - A -wil: 1-.. RQ' , J ' x 'L 'Z -ff X '- N Qu, Y if A . 'fy f' I 4 'ff- 'vm Ze -- .. 3 . N . ff XY I : ' f 9 16, 5 ' '--, . . V f ' as L , AQ 1 Xl b i Ti , -T X -S AU 7 'K U. .R -f ' U A 'ar f W9 'qs A , X 1 .4 W-'Y X , ,fx ix " 4 Q , . Wasabi ' . Q. I, YI Q- .1 OPPOSITE PAGE: ROW ONE - Preyer, Verle Roy, Edgewater, Colo., Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, Delta Sigma Pi, IEEE. Price, Barbara Kay, Pasadena, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, AWS rep, secy, pledge trainer, Nails, Colo- radan, receptionist, Sigma Nu Talent Show. Priebe, Barbara Jean, Pueblo, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Delta, secy. Pryor, Susan, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, scholarship chrmn, College Bowl. Pudenz, Mary Sandra, Pasadena, Calif., Arts and Sciences. Pulver, James A., Boulder, Colo., Journalism, Phi Kappa Tau, Phi Ep Phi, Sigma Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Sigma, pres, Oracle, Coloradan, Sports Editor, Editor. Purcell, Margaret E., Grand Junction, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Dorm Songfest, AWS Revue, Intramurals, Campus Chest. Purinton, Raymond Foote, Littleton, Colo., Business, Delta Upsilon, tres, finance board, NSO, group leader, Campus Chest, Sophomore Class Council, Intramurals. ROW TWO - Putnam, Thomas Milton, Los Alamos, N.M., Arts and Sciences, Acacia, exec council, Buff Ski Club, Junior Class Council, Colo- radan, sales, Folk Song Club, Freshman Camp Counselor, NSO. Quan, Lynda Marye, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, WRA, vice-pres, tres, Dorm Hearing Board, Sigma Lambda Phi, parl, Sophomore Advisor, YD's, Rally Commission, Clearing House, AWS Revue, Porpaise. Quereau, Sally, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Rader, Nancy Jo, Hamilton, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta, rec secy, tres, Phi Sigma, Junior Class Council, Spurs, tres, Panhellen-ic-IFC Soc Comm, co-chrrnn, Raeder, Judy Preston, Harvard, Ill., Arts and Sciences. Ramsey, Samuel Allen, Steamboat Springs, Colo., Business, Alpha Kappa Psi. Randall, John Lotus, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Sigma. Rea, Virginia Elsie, Denver, Colo., Nursing, CSNA, 4C's, secy, queen, Dorm officer. ROW ONE -- Petersen, Renee Pauline, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Home- coming, publicity chrmn. Petersen, Charles Rae, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Forum Room Comm, Program Commission, CU Days, sub-chrmn, Deseret Club, pres. Peterson, Gary Glen, Alaino, Calif., Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, soc chrmn, rush comm. Peterson, Gordon Eugene, San Gariel, Calif., Engineering, AIAA, AES. ROW TWO - Peterson, Pamela Kay, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta, Cosmo Club, Italian Club, French Club, Study Abroad Program in Perugia, Italy. Petrino, Richard G., Lakewood, Colo., Business, Intramurals. Pettyiohn, Robert Louis, Loveland, Colo., Business, Varsity Football. Phelan, Marcia W., Fayetteville, N.Y., Business, Porpoise, CUAMA, YR's. ROW THREE - Phelps, Bonnie Noreen, Goffstown, N.H., Arts and Sciences, Dorm Hearing Board, YR's. Phifer, James Ray, Lubbock, Tex., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega, Phillips, Gerald James, Pine Bluffs, Wyo., Engineer- ing. Phillips, Norma Terhune, Englewood, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Newman Club, Alpha Chi Omega, Dorm, honor wing steering comm, hearing board, Clearing House. ROW FOUR - Pierce, Edward Alan, Rockford, lll., Business, CUAMA. Pifer, Gerald Robert, Littleton, Cola., Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, Chi Psi, rush chrmn, IR Club, YR's, Sophomore Class Council, Junior Class Council. Pippin, Bruce Caleb Boulder, Colo., Business. Pisciot-to, John Lee, Pueblo, Colo., Arts and Sciences, YD's, IR Club, Pi Sigma Alpha. ROW FIVE - Pletcher, John W., Lakewood, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Campus Relations, sub-commissioner, Campus Organization for Leadership Orientation, YR's. Pollard, Susan Belle, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Sophomore Class Council, Silver and Gold, Spirit and Morale Commission, Colo- radan, Junior Year Abroad in Bordeaux, France. Pontious, Carol Lynn, Glen Ellyn, lll., Arts and Sciences, Russian Club, Transfer. Pook, Laszlo At-tilo, Boulder, Colo., Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Tau, Vector, editor, AES, Senator, publicity chrmn, IEEE, Photo Lab Director. ROW SIX - Pooley, Jeffrey H., Denver, Colo., Business, Delta Sigma Pi, CUAMA. Popish, Robert John, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Evans Scholar, AES, Newman Club. Porter, Pat, Phoenix, Ariz., Arts and Sciences. Post, Edward Lory, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Chessman, Buff Ski Club, Dorm, pres, soc chrmn, Silver and Gold, Resident Advisor, AWS Revue, stage crew. ROW SEVEN - Potter, Donna Suzanne, Northridge, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi, Spurs, Sophomore Class Council, Homecoming, Campus Chest. Povey, Ann Kathleen, Hailey, Idaho, Nursing, US Navy Nurse Corps. Powell, Mary Patricia, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Honors Union Council, UN Week, Cosmo Club, Newman Club, Colorado Hellenic Institute, Senior Class Council. Prewitt, Sandra Elam, Trinidad, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Dorm, pres, Summer Central Board of dorm, pres, Sigma Alpha Eta. it ,,e 4"'iTN, I ,- , , 1 ,.,- V -i N 'Z fi XX' . fx W .5 v u ' L,-5 , if , -1 U .F ' .:' : ln 1 ' ,. Was? .- A 4. 'YQ' ,. X- A . . 1, . 1 , '-me xx' X K 'ai , iii., if ! -1 . .fl 1' :H 1 qi-AJQT. 1 ,L :fini -' Q f ' X . x V- ' x Mi 44 S Q xx - r - -L4 .w ft, A 'fx 51 V X ff: ' ' .4 gg I ' , V4 K ,1 . 1. . w . . A x X F' ' x jg! - -W f ' ,Q .. -If J lx m,1 xg f 'NP' 5 4 'I I f H - Q Q N, - w :F v.. 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Z -ttf r ,- is . . f,. ,.,. . :rf ,-' -'trim - YQ.. , 'mv mmf: 'Ai . -, -W 1 4 .lata--'fi iv-'wx ., , --we .?y"QA RUM , 1 .1 + 2 2 Q, Y if Z.. HQ if Q Yi ' X57 as Mui' f! 'Q 1, WS - ,-1 xl v. vs I A ROW ONE - Rodriguez, Pamela Nunn, Redwood City, Calif., Education. Rogers, Franklin Earl, Del Norte, Colo., Pharmacy, Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball, APhA. Rohan, Charles Michael, Erie, Pa., Arts and Sciences, Psi Chi. ROW TWO - Roll, Jill Barbara, Lakewood, Colo., Nursing, Conservative Club, Hitch- ing Club, Nightingale Chorus, CSNA, Nursing School Paper, editor. Root, Robert W., Cedar Falls, Iowa, Architecture, AIA. Rosenthal, Jenny Neta, Denver, Colo., Education, Dorm officer. ROW THREE - Rubenstein, Roberta, Las Cruces, N.M., Arts and Sciences, Dorm, pres, Silver and Gold, Penny Poetry, asst editor, Freshman Class Council, Sophomore Class Council, Senior Class Council, Spurs, Hesperia, Mortar Board, pres, People-to- People, AWS, Junior Senator, Three-Year Masters Program, Student Discipline Comm, Freshman Camp Counselor, Student Dean's Program, Pacesetter, Who's Who. Ruck, Helen Louise, San Antonio, Tex., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta. Rugen, Thomas W., Port Washington, N.Y., Engineering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, sgt at arms, vice-pres, University Band, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Tau, Kappa Kappa Psi. ROW FOUR - Ruggiero, Guido, Webster, N.Y., Arts and Sciences, Sophomore Class Council, Debate Team, Soccer Team. Runner, Karen Marie, Golden, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Russell, Daryl Andre, Son Francisco, Calif., Business. ROW FIVE - Rutledge, Jerry Gordon, Moberly, Mo., Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, house mgr, IFC, Greek Week, chrmn, Homecoming Comm, NSO, Freshman Class Council, Program Commission. Ryerson, Robert William, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Sabec, Sharon Marie, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences. ROW SIX - Saba, John William, Pueblo, Colo., Engineering, Sigma Tau. Sabol, Penelope Kathleen, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Boettcher Scholar, Study Abroad Program in Bordeaux, France, Alpha Lambda Delta. Sat-ford, Thomas H., Houston, Tex., Engineering, ASME, secy-tres, pres, ASCE, tres, ROTC. ROW SEVEN - Sager, Joyce Reseigh, Lakewood, Colo., Education. Sale, Claudia B., Fairfax, Va., Arts and Sciences, Coloradan, residence editor, NSO Commission, group leader, Delta Gamma, Three-Year Masters Program, Senior Class Council, Phi Beta Kappa. Sanders, Robert Lee, Cripple Creek, Colo., Engineering, IEEE. fantasy world, let me stay a little longer OPPOSITE PAGE: ROW ONE - Read, Sarah Ann, Ridgewood, N.J., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi, tres, standards chrmn, ASUC information Booklet, Dorm Council, International Fair, Ponhellenic Rush Comm. Read, Susan, Woodbridge, Conn., Arts and Sciences, Calico and Boots ,Square Dance Club, exhibition team, Physical Therapy Club. Reed, John Almer, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Intramurals, YR's. Reed, Sally K., Dallas, Tex., Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, pres, pledge trainer, pledge class pres, Panhellenic, vice-pres, Oracle, editorialist, AWS Senate, AWS Tri-State Convention, secy-tres, chrmn, AWS Regional Convention Delegate, College Bowl, Silver and Gold, Freshman Class Council. Reeves, Paul William, Aurora, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Reeves, Richard B., Euclid, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Colorado Daily, adv mgr, Resident Advisor. Relin, Brian Hanis, Las Vegas, Nev., Arts and Sciences, Judo Club, Buff Ski Club, Hillel. Reordan, Nancy Louise, Altadena, Calif., Resident Advisor, Sophomore Advisor, Por- poise, Buff Ski Club, AWS Central Hearing Comm, Women's Advisory Council, chrmn, WRHA. ROW TWO - Revier, Charles Franklin, Glenwood Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Alpha Phi Omega, rec secy, corres secy, Sigma Pi Sigma, secy, Freshman Camp Counselor, Three-Year Masters Program, Phi Beta Kappa Scholar- ship, Honors Program. Reynolds, Christine Sillars, Boulder, Colo., Education, ASUC, Westminster Fellowship. Reynolds, Normand Lockwood, Scarsdale, N.Y., Arts and Sciences, Chi Psi, rush chrmn, Intramurals, IFC. Rex, Lloyd Ferrell, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Upsilon, Junior Class Council, Senior Class Council, Buff Ski Club, CU Hiking Club, Transfer. Rice, Susan Jean, Denver, Colo., Nursing, 4C's, CU Honor Society for Nursing, CSNA. Rich, James David, Cortez, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Honors Program, Alpha Phi Omega, Junior Class Council, Senior Class Council, Pi Sigma Alpha, Colorado Daily, Off-Campus Council. Richardson, Kathryn Sue, Denver, Colo., Nursing, Alpha Chi Omega, YR's, CSNA. Riddle, Joseph MacArthur, Bradford, Pa., Arts and Sciences, Resident Advisor, Asst Head Resident, Intramurals, chrmn, Buff Ski Club, CU Racing Club. ROW THREE - Riethrnann, David Ray, Arvada, Colo., Education, Varsity Track, Acacia, vice-pres. Riffel, Molly Ann, Little Rock, Ark., Journalism. Rittenhouse, Susan Jane, Toledo, Ohio, Education, Delta Gamma, Buff Ski Club, International Affairs, UN Week, IFC Judiciary Council, secy. Robbins, Carolyn, Wheat Ridge, Colo., Music, Dorm, orientation chrmn, honor board, Valkyrie, Buff Ski Club, University Choir, University Glee Clubs, NSO, AGO. Robertson, Deborah Lee, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Women's Glee Club, Clearing House. Robinson, Janet Sue, Orinda, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Dorm, chrmn of awards banquet, Zeta Tau Alpha, intramurals, chrmn, activities chrmn, soc chrmn, songleoder. Robinson, Rebecca Lee, Sheridan, Wyo., Music, Alpha Delta Pi, Sigma Alpha Iota, MENC, AGO, Presbyterian Church, organist, youth choir dir, University Choir, accompanist, Festival Chorus, accompanist. Rocha, Anthony Edward, Brighton, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kendyu Club, Cosmo Club, NSO, Buff Ski Club, CU Racing Club, Silver and Gold. 7 ROW ONE - Sanford, Joseph W., Plainfield, NJ., Arts and Sciences. Sape, George Peter, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon, IFC, rush chrmn, pres, Junior Class Council, Hammers, Sabres, ASUC Program Com- mission, Silver and Gold. Sato, Richard Kyoii, Denver, Colo., Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, vice-pres, Kenyu Club. Sauer, Robert Lee, Keenesburg, Colo., Education, Newman Club. Saunders, Kathleen, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Lambda Delta, French Club, Judo Club. ROW TWO - Saunders, Kathleen Ann, Denver, Colo., Educa- tion, Transfer. Schaefee, John Joseph, Littleton, Colo., Busi- ness. Scheuble, Margaret Ann, Waconia, Minn., Music, Women's Glee Club, University Choir, Festival Chorus, New- man Club, AWS Songfest, publicity chrmn, Dorm Council. Schlueter, Sandra Roe, Inglewood, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, YWCA, Sigma Pi Sigma, Sophomore Advisor. Schmidt, Ava Lynn, Sterling, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Freshman Camp, NSO, discussion leader, Sopho- more Advisor, Resident Advisor, YWCA, Lutheran Student Assoc, Interfaith Council. ROW THREE - Schmidt, Christine Runyon, Upper Montclair, N.J., Arts and Sciences. Schneider, Sandra Lee, Pueblo, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Schofield, Robert Barry, Huntington, N.Y., Engineering, ASME, New Conservative, feature writer. Schreiber, Richard P., Wheat Ridge, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Peace Corps, sub-comm, Spanish Club, pres, Luzo-Brazilian Club, vice-pres, pres, Alpha Phi Omega. Schreibstein, Leonard, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences. ROW FOUR - Schroeder, Lexi, Aurora, III., Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta, standards chrmn, Festival Choir, AWS Revue, AWS Songfest, Freshman Camp, Beta Sigma, Pan- hellenic Comm. Schulte, Trina, Nome, Alaska, Arts and Sciences. Schwab, Robert Lee, Denver, Colo., Engineering, Colorado Engineer, business mgr, finance mgr, Colorado Daily, asst accountant. Schwake, Harlan Erwin, Sumner, Iowa, Business, Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Delta Sigma Pi. Schwake, Terri N., Dodge City, Kan., Arts and Sciences, Faculty Firesides, Delta Delta Delta, Psi Chi, Senior Class Council, Buff Ski Club, Tennis Club, Festival Chorus. ROW FIVE - Scoles, Casey, Pueblo, Colo., Pharmacy, Phi Delta Chi, pres, APhA, Intervarsity Christian Fellowship. Sconce, Peggy Lu, Pueblo, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, Festival Chorus, Dorm officer, Cosmo Club, AWS Song- fest, Am Soc of Med Tech, Transfer, SCSC. Scott, Haskell Car- roll, Pueblo, Colo., Arts and Sciences, SIAM, AIP. Scott, Jane Ellen, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, Junior Year Abroad, Vienna, Austria. Sedgley, Norma Nadine, Lakewood, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma, Colo-Wyo Academy of Science, Biology Teaching Asst. ROW SIX - Seibert, Susan Jae, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Resident Advisor. Seiterth, Patricia Louise, Golden, Colo., Nursing. Senn, Susan Louise, Herculaneum, Mo., Arts and Sciences, Iota Sigma Pi, Gamma Delta. Serrell, Beth Alexander, Rockville Centre, N.Y., Education, NEA, CEA, French Club, Cosmo Club, Canterbury Club, Buff Ski Club, CU Racing Club, Women's Ski Team. Sessions, Donald L., Aurora, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta. ROW SEVEN - Setzer, Karen Anderson, Denver, Colo., Nurs- ing, LSA. Seufer, Tommy Dean, Holly, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Tau. Shampanier, Ellen Kay, Hastings, Neb., Business, Alpha Epsilon Phi, rush chrmn, vice-pres. Shaner, Myrna Harriet, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Phi. Shannon, Bonnie Sue, Lincalnwood, Ill., Arts and Sciences, Spanish Club, Italian Club, C Bar U Riders Club, Buff Ski Club, Dunnell's Boarding House Hearing Board, Alpha Lambda Delta. ,, R A M for one moment life opens up ROW ONE - Shaw, Susan Curtis, Milwaukee, Wis., Arts and Sciences. Shaw, Victor Lavem, Boulder, Colo., Business, CUAMA. Shearer, Carolyn Juanita, Aurora, Colo., Education, Kappa Phi, editor, chaplain, Wesley Foundation, Valkyrie, Rally Commission, College Bowl, Dorm Hearing Board. ROW TWO - Shields, Lillian Mariorie, Deniso, Iowa, Pharmacy, Alpha Chi Omega, Kappa Epsilon, APhA, vice-pres. Shelly, George S., Sands Point, N.Y., Business. Shenefelt, Leslie Lorraine, Aurora, Colo., Education, Dorm, officer, Campus Chest, Sophomore Advisor, Spurs, Choir, Central Board, secy, Resident Advisor, Homecoming Queen Finalist. ROW THREE - Sheppard, Katherine Ann Tarkio, Mo., Arts and Sciences, Dorm, council, tres, Clearing House, Buff Ski Club. Sherman, Richard Clark, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, IFC, public relations chrmn, Sigma Nu, pres, Sabres, Psychology Honors Program. Shippey, Andrea Mary, Ft. Morgan, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Cheerleader, head, Panhellenic, pres, AWS Senator, Dorm, pres, Presidents' Round Table, pres, Spurs Hesperia, Mortar Board, Pacesetter, Boettcher Scholar. ROW FOUR - Shively, Robert Donald, Denver, Colo., Engineering. Shontz, Suzanne, Pueblo, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Rally Commission, Alpha Delta Pi, Chaplin, AWS rep, Dorm officer, Sigma Lambda Phi, pledge trainer, Winter Carnival Booth Chrmn. Shuey, Phil J., Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Sigma Nu, YR's. ROW FIVE - Siebus, Janet lmice, Blue Point, N.Y., Nursing, Festival Chorus, Graduate Nurse Club. Sillars, Carolyn M., Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, AES, Women's Glee Club, Canter- bury Club. Silverman, Judith Rae, Tucson, Ariz., Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Eta, secy, Valkyrie, Colorado Speech and Hearing Assoc, Buff Ski Club. ROW SIX - Simmons, Constance Lee, Ft. Morgan, Colo., Music, Mortar Board, Sigma Alpha Iota, vice-pres, Sophomore Advisor, French Club, People-to-People, MENC, University Choir, Players Club. Simon, Kenneth Alfred, Denver, Colo., Business, Election Commission, Buff Ski Club, YR's, Cosmo Club. Sinkey, Barry Linn, lndionola, Iowa, Business, CUAMA. ROW SEVEN - Sinkey, Patty Jo, lndionola, Iowa, Arts and Sciences. SiPP, Marty Jo, Hay Springs, Neb., Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau, CSNA. Skeff, Kelley Michael, Center, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Delta, pres, Psi Chi, Newman Club, Assoc of College Unions. ROW ONE - Skupa, Gary L., Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Cosmo Club, French Club. Slatkin, William Lee, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, ASUC National Affairs Com- missioner, NSA Congress Delegate, ASUC Presidential Campaign Mgr, Colorado Daily, reporter. Slinkard, Patricia Ann, Littleton, Colo., Nursing, CU Honor Society for Nursing, pres, CSNA, AWS Hearing Board, Great Books Club. ROW TWO - Sloggett, Anne H., Honolulu, Hawaii, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, Kappa Alpha Theta, songleader, Nails, Coloradan Queen Finalist, AWS Songfest, Sigma Nu Talent Show, Coloradan, asst copy editor, AWS Revue. Smail, Terrence Eugene, Jerome, Idaho, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, rush chrmn, exec council, chaplin, GS chrmn, Freshman Foot- ball, Silver and Gold, Lambda Sigma Alpha, Dorm, sac chrmn. Smith, Geoffrey B., Palos Verdes, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta. ROW THREE -- Smith, Kenneth E., Trinidad, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Sopho- more Class Council, Hammers, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Delta Tau Delta, rec secy, tres, house mgr, intramurals chrmn. Smith, Lloyd Arthur W., Calgary, Canada, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, vice-pres, 'rush chrmn, intramurols chrmn, Buff Ski Club. Smith, Stephen Charles, Orinda, Calif., Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, pres, AIAA, AES, Campus Chest, NSO, NROTC. ROW FOUR - Smith, Susan Flint, Boulder, Colo., Education, Festival Chorus, Transfer. Smith, Susan Jane, Alexis, Ill., Business, Gamma Phi Beta, pictures and orders chrmn, pres, Beta Sigma, reporter, student board rep, CUAMA. Snell, Patti Lynn, Arvada, Colo., Education, SCEA. ROW FIVE - Snyder, Jim Clements, Beaumont, Tex., Business, Phi Delta Theta, soc chrmn, Sophomore Class Council, Junior Class Council. Sorrells, Donna Jean, Jacksonville, III., Nurs- ing, Graduate Nursing Club, CU Honor Society for Nursing, Calico and Boots Square Dance Club. Solvang, Kjell Donald, Oslo, Norway, Engineering, Chi Epsilon, ASCE, ANSA, tres, Tau Beta Pi. ROW SIX - Sonstroem, Susan Joan, Bristol, Conn., Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club. Sorby, Eunice Norma, Moorhead, Minn., Arts and Sciences. Sotherland, Harald R., Rocky Ford, Colo., Pharmacy, APhA, Phi Delta Chi, prelote, Pentagon Club. ROW SEVEN - Sotherland, Patricia Ann, Brighton, Colo., Pharmacy, APhA, secy, Kappa Epsi- lon, secy, University Lutheran Assoc, Gamma Delta, Pre-Pharmacy Club. South, Sandra Sue, Honolulu, Hawaii, Arts and Sciences, Sophomore Advisor, Student Advising Asst, NSO, Inter- national Fair, Resident Advisor, Saciology Honorary, Freshman Camp, counselor, secy, Student Dean's Program, Central Board, Dorm AWS Hearing Comm, WICHE Work-Study Program. Spadone, Leighton Randolph, Latham, N.Y., Arts and Sciences, Judo Club, Cosmo Club. a silent light OPPOSITE PAGE: ROW ONE - Spencer, Donald McCullough, Ouray, Colo., Business, Beta Alpha Psi, Blotter, asst editor, Alpha Kappa Psi, Colorado Society of CPA's, Business School, student board, Service to School Comm. Spitz, Suzanne Michele, Arlington, Va., Arts and Sciences, Pi Sigma Alpha, Dorm, pres, Junior Class Council, Senior Class Council, Colorado Daily, reporter, Cosmo Club, College Bowl, World Affairs Week, Honors Program, Transfer, Denison University. Springsteel, Leroy Eugene, Glenwood Springs, Colo., Pharmacy, Phi Delta Chi, Senior Class at Pharmacy, pres. ROW TWO - Stack, Robert C., Lanham, Md., Arts and Sciences, Artic and Alpine Institute, Rifle and Pistol Club, Amold Air Society, ASUC Library Comm, Intramurals, Freshman Camp. Stahl, Karl John, Boulder, Colo., Engineering, ASME, chrmn, Sigma Tau, vice-pres, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, AES. Stamper, James Neil, Greeley, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Intramurals, College Bowl, Arnold Air Society. ROW THREE - Stancyk, Susan Eileen, Lakewood, Colo., Alpha Omicron Pi, vice-pres, Campus Chest, International Fair, Freshman Camp, secy, Sophomore Class Council, Junior Class Council, Student Suggestion and Complaint Service, YWCA, Psi Chi, Sigma Alpha Eta, Newman Club, Buff Ski Club. Stanley, Cheryl Ann, Washington, D.C., Arts and Sciences, Hearing Comm, rec, UN Week, Flag Comm, Alpha Chi Omega, Aden Quad, secy. Stapleton, Jane Marie, Atherton, Calif., Arts and Sciences, YWCA Southern. Study Tour. ROW FOUR - Starkweather, William Henry, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi, rec secy, corres secy, Colorado Daily, sports writer. Stavast, Arthur Frederick, Pueblo, Colo., Engineering, AES, IEEE. Stebbins, Winston L., Lansing, Mich., Engineering, Men's Glee Club, pres, secy-tres, Resident Advisor, Buff Ski Club, National Ski Patrol, United Christian Fellow- ship. ROW FIVE - Steburg, Cheryl Dianne, Westminster, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Orchesis, Uni- versity Theatre, Angels Flight, Winter Carnival Queen Finalist, Military Ball Queen Finalist, Homecoming Queen Semi-Finalist. Stein, Margery Newhall, Laguna Beach, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Conference on World Affairs. Stemmons, John M., Dallas, Tex., Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta. ROW SIX - Stephens, Catherine Leigh, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta Pi, SIAM, secy-tres. Stephen, Elven Eugene, Deer Trail, Cola., Engineering. Stephens, Stephanie, Minneapolis, Minn., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, rush chrmn, Homecoming Queen, Coloradan. ROW SEVEN - Sternberg, Carl Frank, Long Beach, N.Y., Arts and Sciences. Stetzel, Karen Ann, Littleton, Colo., Education, Homecoming Decorations, SNEA, Resident Advisor. Stewart, James Rogers, Denver, Colo., Engineering, AES, Rifle Club, Judo Club. , ff Xa . .Y , ' . , Q , E We A ,-l'A:vz-- W QA -14' ' mfvwfa ,,,. .v N- - x., + , Y '37,-aim X ! , -ik I Q 1 I rf ' i. N P, , .jg . K x 'QL' , If Sfxd- Q ffnl. 2 ROW ONE - Stewart, Tana Elizabeth, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, Silver and Gold, Sophomore Advisory, Freshman Camp Counselor, Tau Delta. Stobie, Dennis George, Las Vevas, Nev., Arts and Sciences, Chi Psi, house mgr, rush chrmn, vice-pres, pledge trainer, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Junior Class Council, Senior Class Council. Stoiber, Karen Marie, Boulder, Colo., Education. ROW TWO -- Stone, Robert Walker, Boulder, Colo., Engineering, IEEE. Stone, Susan Beth Cole, San Antonio, Texas., Arts and Sciences. Stoner, James William, Walsh, Colo., Engineer- ing, AIAA, vice-pres. ROW THREE -- Stopkotte, Jack Lee, Grand Island, Neb,, Business, Delta Sigma Pi, pres, Sigma Iota Epsilon, Business School, student board. Stott, Edward Barrington, Wyomissing, Pa., Arts and Sciences, Colorado Daily, photographer, Coloradan, photographer, Buff Ski Club, CU Racing Club, Buff Flying Club, Varsity Football, Phi Gamma Delta. Strasbourger, Skip, Harrison, N.Y., Business, Silver and Gold, Pershing Rifles, Hammers, Phi Sigma Delta, CUAMA, Intramurals. ROW FOUR - Strowger, James Berkeley, Portland, Ore., Arts and Sciences. Suhre, Ann Reneau, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, French Club, Fencing Club, Glee Club, Transfer, Cottey College -- AA. Sullivan, Daniel E., Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Spanish Club, Men's Marching Band, Newman Club. ROW FIVE - Sumner, James Randolph, Aurora, Colo., Education. Swain, Susan, Pomfret, Conn., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi, standards chrmn, junior class exec rep, Buff Ski Club, YR's. Swedlund, Alan Charles, Sterling, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Anthropology Club, Phi Kappa Tau, Hammers. ROW SIX - Sydansk, Robert D., Lancaster, Pa., Arts and Sciences, Resident Advisor, Buff Ski Club. Talman, Roger Scott, Denver, Colo., Pharmacy, Phi Sigma Delta, APhA, CU Days Songfest, Homecoming, Silver and Gold, Hillel. Tanaka, Wesley lsamu, Honolulu, Hawaii, Business, Hawaiian Club, Arnold Air Society. ROW SEVEN - Tarpey, Jack, New Rochelle, N.Y., Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta, History Club, italian Club. Tateyama, Margaret Hull, Oak Park, lll., Education, Transfer, Uofl - Illinois Folk Dance Society, Intramurals. Taylor, James Bent, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences. 'this is the palace of truth, and hope is imprisoned here' C S ,X X x ' lx k .xx X F A XX ff...' . X , wbx- 3' "5 QI ' I N' x I L5 'L N-,fl gxkx 1 R X . ins., NX X - wx. Wx xx NX X Xxx X um r -..- f 'V - "' ""', x'-1-f...,, 4, N ,cf Q: l V . . . A -I .A fm , M' 1, '-' 1 mn--4, .3-....-. 3' - , M by--f 17 ffl. '---'rw-M-.. ' - ,ll . . --v T , ,. A - N T.-.L:f--.,m'.L1--'i1- A-'ff . A ' ."'...r-E3 '. N A'-S551 'L .:. . H, wp- , . .V 4 Wm,-f----, ...v--4-qv w ... - ., ' - f Q ,,.:-me-...Q tr, - -5 ,,4t-AW -1 52 J " ,- 'H - 5 '. 1, if 0-1, -: 1 gli, W' . 5 f-Q Q A ' .. 1.54211 I Lv , QL A 4 ' f l? 3 "Wig . 'if' . . 4. , lf' U , . , 3 ,V ,f . 4 ' 1 fr P ff , f 'i ,A , A 2. 4' 4 OPPOSITE PAGE: ROW ONE - Vieths, Gayle Carolyn, Davenport, Iowa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi, Delta Tau Delta, AID. Vigil, David Charles, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Tau Kappa Epsilon, IFC, Italian Club. Villepigue, Anne Marie, Wichita, Kan., Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma, AWS rep, AWS Revue, CU Days Songfest, Sigma Chi Derby Finalist, lntemational Fair. Vogsland, Erling, Drangedal, Norway, Engineering, ASCE, ANSA. Volpe, Edward Leslie, Grand Junction, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Tau, vice-pres, Silver and Gold, Speakers' Congress, Delta Sigma Rho, Tau Kappa Alpha, IFC- Panhellenic Blood Bank, program council, tres, IFC Judiciary Council, Sabres. VonBuettner, Marion Ruth, Brusque, Santa Catarina, Brazil, Arts and Sciences. Waasdorp, Sally Louise, Rochester, N.Y., Arts and Sciences, Spanish Club, Chi Omega, model pledge, rush chrmn, pres, Buff Ski Club, program chrmn, tres, Nails, Luza-Brazilian Assoc, Panhellenic Assoc. Wadleigh, Bess Kingsbury, Keystone, S. Dak., Arts and Sciences, Physical Therapy Club. ROW TWO - Wadsworth, David Todd, Huntington, N.Y., Arts and Sciences, Anthropology Club, Phi Kappa Tau, Penny Poetry, Intramurals, Silver and Gold. Wadsworth, Nancy Lee, Lakewood, Colo., Arts and Sciences, AWS, vice-pres, Central Hearing Board, Psi Chi. Waggener, Conrad Daniel, Pueblo, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega, Silver and Gold, Intro- murals. Walcher, Kem R., Blackwell, Okla., Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi, Buff Ski Club. Walchli, Gail Kathryn, Wellesley, Mass., Arts and Sciences. Walker, Jane Byerly, Estes Park, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Deseret Club, Colorado Daily, AWS rep, ASUC Public Relations Commission, Program Commission, publicity comm, "C" Book, mgr editor, College of Arts and Sciences, advisory board, Freshman Camp, publicity dir, Sigma Lambda Phi. Wallizer, Barbara Lee, Englewood, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Election Corn- mission, Campus Chest, Sigma Alpha Eta, Homecoming, publicity comm, decorations comm, Alpha Phi, rush chrmn, Clearing House. Walliasper, Trudy Ann, Denver, Colo., Education, NSO Commissioner, SNEA, Coloradan. winter shrouds the eart ROW ONE - Tucker, Carol Lynne, Saratoga, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Eta, Clearing House, World Conference on Foreign Affairs, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Players Club, Little Sisters of Minerva, AWS Revue, dorm skit producer. Tufts, John Ellis, Littleton, Colo., Engineering, ASME, vice- pres, Intramurals, Engineers' Day. Turkin, Dian Rae, Phoenix, Ariz., Educa- tion, Sigma Delta Tau, rec secy, Panhellenic Advisor, Freshman Camp Counselor, SCEA, Homecoming Comm. ROW TWO - Tweddell, Colin Brooks, Seattle, Wash., Engineering, AES, IEEE, Buff Ski Club. Tyler, George Randolph, Arlington, Va., Business, Alpha Tau Omega. Ugrin, Tanya Mary, San Marino, Calif., Education, Pi Beta Phi, Silver and Gold, Buff Ski Club, Little Sisters of Minerva, Nails, UFW. ROW THREE - Vagnino, John Anthony, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi Omega, Cosmo Club, YD's, Italian Club, Buff Ski Club, People- to-People, CU Hiking Club, Speakers' Congress, Silver and Gold. Valicenti, Michele Ruth, Valley Stream, N.Y,, Arts and Sciences, International Fair, co-chrmn, Asst Probation Officer, Luzo-Brazilian Assoc, Alpha Omicron Pi, Homecoming Comm, Merchants Relations Comm, AWS Revue, Boulder Day Nursery, Conference an World Affairs, Campus Chest. Vandapool, Richard K., Loveland, Colo., Business, Phi Delta Theta, Silver and Gold, Alpha Kappa Psi. ROW FOUR - Vandapool, V. Nichole, Loveland, Colo., Education, Chi Omega, rush chrmn, personnel board, NSO, UN Week. Vanderhoof, Kristen Caith, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, Angels Flight, Coloradan. VanderWal, Marilyn Jean, Denver, Colo., Nursing, AWS rep, AWS Banquet Chrmn, 4C's, Denver rep, School of Nursing, stu- dent body vice-pres, Nursing Choir, CSNA, Newsletter, editor, pres, Mortar Board, NSNA Conyentlon, rep, Junior-Senior Banquet, Nursing Honorary. ROW FIVE - Van Dyke, Richard Haven, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, Asst Probation Officer, Colo St Children's Home, Counselor. Van Horton, Diane Edwina, Northbrook, Ill., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Gamma, Speakers' Congress, Debate Team, Transfer, University of Miami - Cheerleader, Student Activities, University Productions Vanzwoll, Kathryn G., Evanston, lll., Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, NSO, Kappa Kappa Gamma, vice-pres, ROW SIX -- Varian, Sharon Rose, Muskogee, Okla., Engineering, AlChE, Sigma Tau, SWE, pres, Wesley Foundation, Kappa Phi, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, AES Control Board, Engineering Superior Student Program. Vaughn, Rodney Lee, Sidney, Neb., Music. Veio, William Bennett, Denver, Colo., Business, AMA, ASME, Denver Chamber of Commerce, Community Leaders' Educa- tional Program Seminar, chrmn, Merchants Relations Commission, Adv and Salesmgr Coupon Booklet, chrmn. ROW SEVEN - Velez, Ferdinand, Pio Piedras, Puerto Rico, Business, Latin American Club, AFROTC, drill team, Cosmo Club, tres, Buff Ski Club, IR Club, AES, Intramurals. Venzon, Sandra Maria, Broomfield, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Veydovec, Judy Zimmerman, Aurora, Colo., Nursing, 4C's, Big- Sisters, University Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Nightingale Choir. , -1' wr k wi ,g', Y Q :1'l if x 1 5' 'Ll .r, ' i-ff: na. - 'I ' .445 -. TQ, QV 3 X ' , "s , QJESY My-f-Q ff' ,I ti fs! ROW ONE - Wamhaugh, Nancie J., La Junta, Colo., Nurs- ing, Freshman Queen Finalist, Little Sisters of Minerva, Pi Beta Phi, CSNA. Warburton, William George, Shaker Heights, Ohio, Business. Ward, Mary Jane, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, Pom-Pon Girl, Homecoming, Little Sisters of Minerva, Coloradan, Carol of the Bells, chrmn, Junior Class Council. Warinner, Mark Douglas, Boulder, Colo., Music, Kappa Kappa Psi, secy, Homecoming, Phi Mu Alpha, alumni secy, Winter Carnival, University Jazz En- semble, University Orchestra. ROW TWO - Warner, Janie Shirley, Englewood, Colo., Arts ond Sciences, Miss CU Pageant Finalist, Junior Class Council, Alpha Delta Pi, soc chrmn, Sigma Alpha Eta, Rally Commis- sion, Silver and Gold, Buff Ski Club. Warren, Judith Ann, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Coloradan, sales, Alpha Gamma Delta, tres, scholarship chrmn, Budget Comm, secy, Junior Class Council, International Fair, NSO, Senior Class Treasurer, Program Commission. Waterman, Kathleen Moore, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Transfer. Watson, Keith Elwood, Wheat Ridge, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Men's Glee Club, University Choir, Festival Chorus, Wesley Foundation. ROW THREE - Weber, Robert Haskell, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Honors Union Council, Sigma Pi Sigma, Summer Colorado Daily, reporter. Weigand, Deanna Kay, LaSalle, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Freshman Camp, dir, Sophomore Advisor, Honors Program, Women's Center, Psi Chi. Wein- berg, Jane Ann, Scarsdale, N.Y., Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Spurs, Hesperia, Mortar Board, Pi Sigma Alpha, Conference on World Affairs, head chrmn, Alpha Epsilon Phi, People-to-People, International Affairs Commission, Campus Chest, Political Science Dept, asst, IR Club. Wein- gart, Gail Claire, Van Nays, Calif., Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi, secy, hist, Buff Ski Club, Future Physical Therapists Club. ROW FOUR - Weinreich, Steven Brent, Denver, Colo., Busi- ness, Phi Sigma Delta, house mgr, Sophomore Class Council, Junior Class Council, Homecoming, chrmn, Welch, Karol Lynne, Littleton, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, vice-pres, Spurs, Mortar Board, Who's Who, Coloradan, Greek editor, asst layout editor, information Center, CU Days ,finance chrmn, AWS Revue, chrmn, Wells, Dale Warner, Pueblo, Colo., Business. Wells, Jeanne Anne, Ft. Collins, Colo., Arts and Sciences. ROW FIVE - Wells, Leslie Anne, Virginia Beach, Va., Arts and Sciences, Dorm, soc chrmn, Silver and Gold, Nails, Chi Omega, soc chrmn, rush chrmn. Wendt, Nancy Russell, Miami, Fla., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, YR's. West, Carol Grace, Littleton, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha, pres, vice-pres, house mgr, standards comm, Pan- hellenic, corres secy, Buff Ski Club, Dorm, standards chrmn, scholarship chrmn, YD's, Intramurals, College Bowl. Wester- beke, Susan, Quincy, Mass., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, house mgr, fire warden, Buff Ski Club, Arab Club. ROW SIX - Westerberg, Katharine Johanna, Chillicothe, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Colorado Daily, reporter, Junior Class Council, Dorm Council, soc chrmn, International Fair, Silver and Golcl. Westphal, Billy Carson, Limon, Colo,, Arts and Sciences. Wheary, Eugene Patrick, San Francisco, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, exec council, chaplin, warden, Dorm, scholarship chrmn, Homecoming, publicity co- chrmn, NROTC, photo editor, IFC, campus tour guide. Wheeler, Jerry French, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta, judiciary comm, Intramurals, NSO, group leader, YD's. ROW SEVEN - Whitaker, Susan Pearl, Aurora, Colo., Arts and Sciences. White, Jackie Lee, Limon, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Women's Glee Club, Festival Chorus, Campus Chest, AWS Songfest, Alpha Phi, sangleader. Whitman, Judith Rae, Pueblo, Cola., Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Am Soc of Med Tech, Iota Sigma Pi, NSO. Whitrner, Gilbert Norman, Richey, Mont., Business, Phi Delta Theta, Alpha Kappa Psi, pledge trainer, activities chrmn, CUAMA, special programs chrmn, Clearing House, Hi-Y Counselor. who knows only 526 I' F... ' s. KX 4 , , l 'X up ' 5 V :-' ' I :iv . .,.--.ff E K. sg' lf? M- '...1.'f, , , -ue:-,ee.w1,eeu r ROW ONE - Whitmore, Larry Earle, Portland, Conn,, Engineering, Buff Ski Club, IEEE. Wickersham, Diane, Fergus Falls, Minn., Education, Silver and Gold, ASUC Publicity Comm, Nails, Pi Bela Phi, secy, ROW TWO - Wieder, William O., Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Intramurals, Buff Ski Club, Hawaiian Club, Lacrosse Team. Wiendl, Mary Jane, Westfield, N.J., Arts and Sciences, Porpoise, Alpha Omicroni Pi, Panhellenic. ROW THREE - Widdifield, Karen, Walsenburg, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi, standards chrmn, Snow Queen, Campus Chest. Wightman, Marsha Kaye, Mitchell, S. Dak., Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Delta, Speakers' Congress, Intercollegiate Debate. ROW FOUR -- Wighton, David James, N. Vancouver, Canada, Arts and Sciences, Cross Country, Indoor, Outdoor Track. Wilcox, Patricia Vivian, Denver, Colo., Nursing, 4C's, Concert Band, Big-Sisters. ROW FIVE - Wilder, Janet Mary Ewan, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Orchesis, pres. Wilkin, Donald Karl, Denver, Colo., Engineering, IEEE. ROW SIX - Wilkins, Virginia L., Manhasset, N.Y., Arts and Sciences, Dorm officer, Resident Advisor, Transfer, NYU. Williams, Gerald Lloyd, Indianapolis, Ind., Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, steward, CUAMA, Program Com- mission, Games Areai of UMC. ROW SEVEN - Williams, Gretchen Ann, Rocky Ford, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, scholarship chrmn, soc secy, Psi Chi, secy, Royalty Presentation Chrmn, Homecoming, Buff Ski Club, Dorm, vice-pres. Williams, Marcia Lee, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Homecoming Chrmn, Delta Phi Delta, Minority Rela- tions Comm, Senior Class Council. abandoned for a time A, -zas3'...z I 1' I. it w I . ' . 2. ROW ONE - Williams, Nancy Evans: Green Bay, Wis.: Education: Gamma Phi Beta: Festival Chorus. Williams, Wilfred Jarvis: Bogota, Columbia: Business: AROTC: Scabbard and Blade: Pi Kappa Alpha. ROW TWO - Williamson, Anne Baird: Huntington, N,Y,: Journalism: Freshman Class Council: Buff Ski Club: Home- coming, program comm: Colorado Daily, reporter: Junior Class Council, soc chrmn: Coloradan, Publications editor: Gamma Alpha Chi, pres: Senior Class Council. Williamson, JoAnn: Seattle, Wash.: Arts and Sciences. ROW THREE - Willing, Kathy Anne: Denver, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: Mortar Board: Players Club: Artist Series Board. Willoughby, Jeanne Margaret: Aspen, Colo.: Education: Newman Club: Buff Ski Club: Cosmo Club. ROW FOUR - Wilson, Leslie Dorn: Boulder, Colo.: Arts and Sciences. Wilson, Marilyn Rae, Nederland, Colo.: Educa- tion: University Bible Fellowship. ROW FIVE - Wilson, Mary Stewart: Birmingham, Mich.: Education: Silver and Gold: Panhellenic Advisor: Rally Com- mission: Gamma Phi Beta, scholarship chrmn, hist, parl, ritual chrmn. Wilson, Nancy Ann: Shawnee Mission, Kan.: Arts and Sciences: Dorm officer: Silver and Gold: AWS, Senator, corres sec: Spurs: Castle Belles: Delta Delta Delta, soc chrmn, fraternity education chrmn, standards board, asst songleader. ROW SIX - Wilson, Sanford Huntington: Rochester, N.Y.: Business: Intramurals. Wiltrout, Jean Ann: Colorado Springs, Colo.: Education: Chi Omega: Buff Ski Club: SCEA: Transfer, University of Arizona. ROW SEVEN - Winborn, Rodney James: Security, Colo.: Arts and Sciences: CU Water Polo: Alpha Phi Omega: CU Fencing Club. Wing, Susan Jean: Waterville, Maine: Arts and Sciences: Dorm Council: Porpoise: Buff Ski Club: Asst Probation Officer. waiting for the sun 5 .usd 529 'a world to be born under your footstep ROW ONE - Wisbrun, Jan, EI Paso, Tex., Arts and Sciences. Wise, Daryl Lynne, New Orleans, La., Nursing, Dorm officer, Campus Chest Chrmn, Silver and Gold, Buff Ski Club, UN Week, publicity comm, Moot Court, Campus Corps of Nurses, Alpha Epsilon Phi, rec secy. Witherow, Richard Sloan, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., Business, Alpha Kappa Psi, University Choir. Wollrab, James Culver, Bloomington, Ill., Arts and. Sciences, Swimming Team, Buff Flying Club, Buff Ski Club, Phi Gamma Delta, Colorado Daily, photographer, Coloradan, photographer. Wood, Katherine Allen, Monte Vista, Cola., Arts and Sciences, Sophomore Advisor, Presidents' Round 'l'able, secy, Dorm, pres, Inter-hall Library Comm. ROW TWO - Wood, Robert Mowry, Ben Avon, Pa., Archi- tecture, AIA, pres, vice-pres. Woodhull, Richard Gould, Coral Gables, Fla., Business, Sigma Iota Epsilon, Honors Program. Woodley, Carol Ann, Rolling Hills, Calif., Arts and Sciences. Woodward, Mark Fairfield, Ottawa, lll., Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Campus Chest, CUAMA. Woolf, Ivan Harmon, Denver, Colo., Engineering, Epsilon Tau Alpha, Kappa Nu, IEEE, Sigma Sigma Rho. ROW THREE - Woolley, Miriam Anne, Louviers, Colo., Education, Alpha Delta Pi, exec vice-pres, University Chair, Modern Choir, University Productions: The Music Man, Un- sinkable Molly Brown. Works, Patricia Ann, Palos Verdes Estates, Calif., Music, Kappa Alpha Theta, songleader, pledge trainer, scholarship chrmn, University Choir, Women's Glee Club, Festival Chorus, Coloradan, photo coordinator, business mgr, Sigma Alpha lota. Worley, Cheryl Ann, Eglin AFB, Fla., Arts and Sciences, Freshman Camp, Homecoming, publi- city comm, International Affairs Week, Sophomore Class Secretory, Sophomore Advisor, Resident Advisor, Interna- tional Fair, Rally Commission, NSO. Wortley, Joseph, Bloom- field Hills, Mich., Business. Wrasmann, Edward Spencer, Glendale, Mo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Upsilon, Buff Council, Council of Greek Students, Freshman Camp, Freshman Track. OPPOSITE PAGE: ROW ONE - Wright, Orville C., Englewood, Colo., Engineer- ing, AES, IEEE, IRE. Yager, D'Anne Kay, Denver, Colo., Pharmacy, lnter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, APhA, Kappa Epsilon. Yarlot-t, Melvin Arthur, Longmont, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Varsity Basketball, Alpha Epsilon Delta. Yasuzawo, Shinichi, Wheat Ridge, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Yeates, Lloyd Richard, Englewood, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Young, Carol Anne, Springfield, N.J., Arts and Sciences, Homecom- ing Dance Cornm, IFC-Panhellenic Blood Bank, Songfest, Junior Class Council, Chi Omega, activities chrmn, Home- coming decorations chrmn, Dad's Day chrmn, NSO, group leader, Dorm, ASUC rep, Young, Linda Emerson, Phoenix, Ariz., Arts and Sciences, Am Soc of Med Tech, Iota Sigma Pi, Sigma Lambda Phi, AWS Songtest, Intramurals, Summer Colorado Daily, reporter. Young, Sandra Eve, Albuquerque, N.M., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi, vice-pres, Panhellenic rep, AWS rep, Panhellenic, soc chrmn, Angels Flight, Nails, Homecoming Queen Semi-Finalist, Election Commission, secy, Freshman Camp, business mgr, Buff Ski Club, Rally Commis- sion, Campus Chest. ROW TWO - Zahoudanis, James D., Brooklyn, N.Y., Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Sigma Phi Epsilon, athletic chrmn, rush chrmn, Intramurals. Zimbeck, Mary Beth, Wheat Ridge, Colo., Nursing, 4C's, CSNA, soc chrmn. Zimmerman, James David, Englewood, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Zimmer- man, Myron Paul, Denver, Colo., Business, Arnold Air Society, Buff Flying Club, YR's, Buff Ski Club. Zinko, James Donald, Walsenburg, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Zitz, Carol Ann, Elm- hurst, ill., Business, Freshman Class Council, YWCA Council, Alpha Gamma Delta, chaplin, corres secy, AWS Revue, lnter- notional Fair, Senior Class Council. Zoller, John Emmet, Tiffin, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha, secy, Canterbury Club. Zuckerwar, Richard Jay, Gloversville, N.Y., Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Delta, scholarship chrmn, IFC rep, Phi Ep Phi, Sophomore Class Council. vw-V3-1--4-iv V x n - 5,3 J Q 4 , 1 . . I - s 'X 'il "IU-f 11:9-4 -mia K-' "nli..f 'f-. 013- --- pre ANS .-.1.ux,2f'aS., , 'sm W- rw 5 ..L., we--c"" ' '-'- :- . ,.,.,.,,...i 3,-..' "" g,..."::iii?E' vlvxrrlmlllw 7 "' 1 'Q f..- - J T- ma F"'l.i'!.ie e'f":.r:z"' ROW ONE - Anderson, Albert Edwin, Boulder, Colo., Low, Phi Delta Phi, Legal Aid Clinic. Anderson, Robert Louis, Aberdeen, S. Dak., Law, Student Bar Assoc, pres, Rothgerber Appellate Argument Winner, National Moot Court Team, Phi Delta Phi. Arendsr, Norman Lee, Bethune, Colo., Law, Phi Delta Phi. Austin, Ronald Duane, Julesburg, Colo., Law, Phi Alpha Delta, Rothgerber Moat Court Court Competition. ROW TWO - Beck, Charles A., Aspen, Cola., Law, Phi Delta Phi, Legal Aid Clinic. Brenker, William A., Denver, Cola., Law, Legal Aid Clinic, dir, Phi Alpha Delta. Carlson, Richard E., Chappell, Neb., Law, Chazen, Lawrence Jack, Denver, Colo., Low, Legal Aid Clinic, Phi Alpha Delta. ROW THREE - Cheney, Thomas Fritts, Boulder, Colo., Law. Clark, Glen B., Boulder, Colo., Law, Legal Aid Clinic, dir, Phi Alpha Delta, pres. Conley, George E., Upland, Calif., Law, Phi Delta Phi. DeRose, James Michael, Denver, Colo., Law, Phi Delta Phi, Legal Aid Clinic. ROW FOUR - Dunn, John Harold, Boulder, Colo., Law, Phi Delta Phi, Stu- dent Bar Assoc, Library Staff Asst. Eckert, Richard Leroy, Ft. Morgan, Colo., Law, Phi Delta Phi, Student Bar Assoc, Legal Aid Clinic. Flick, Jay Edward, Boulder, Colo, Law. Gray, William Rolland, Boulder, Colo,,, Law, Phi Alpha Delta, Quaere, Legal Aid Clinic. ROW FIVE - Griffin, Dan G., Grand Junction, Colo,, Law, Rathgerber Com- petition, Legal Aid Clinic, Phi Delta Phi. Hale, Daniel Roger, Denver, Colo., Law, Phi Delta Phi, Legal Aid Clinic, Rothgerber Competition. Hamil, John Lawrence, Colorado Springs, Colo., Law, Law Class of 1966, pres, University of Colorado Law Review, Editor, National Moot Court Team, Phi Delta Phi. Hansen, David Russell, Boulder, Colo., Law, Phi Delta Phi, Law Review, board of editors, Rathgerber Appellate Argument Competition. ROW SIX - Hardwick, Charles Cheever, New York, N.Y., Law. Hawley, William, Boulder, Colo., Law. Holme, Richard Phillips, Denver, Colo., Law, Phi Delta Phi, clerk, University of Colorado Law Review, mgr editor, Fresh- man Advisor, Starke Scholar, Student Bar Assoc. Iwoi, Wilfred K., Honolulu, Hawaii, Law. ROW SEVEN - Johnson, Frank E., Colorado Springs, Colo., Low. Kapelke, Robert, Boulder, Colo., Law. Knight, Kenneth Merrill, Boulder, Colo., Law. Kolomitz, Michael Jon, La Junta, Colo., Law, Phi Delta Phi, Legal Aid Clinic, Law School Newspaper. OPPOSITE PAGE: ROW ONE - Lewis, Norman Edward, Taylor Ridge, lll., Law. Ludwig, Richard David, Colorado Springs, Colo., Law, Pi Kappa Alpha, Alumnus Counselor, Resident Advisor, Honor Code Council. Maguire, Brian, Denver, Colo,, Law, Intramurals. McCarty, Michael Horace, Longmont, Colo., Law, Student Bar Assoc, Legal Aid Clinic, Phi Delta Phi, lnternational Convention, Delegate. Newton, George Addison, St. Louis, Mo., Law, Legal Aid Clinic, Phi Alpha Delta. Potter, Gary Thomas, Wheat Ridge, Colo., Law, Phi Alpha Delta, vice-pres, Legal Aid Clinic, Student Bar Assoc, Intramurals. Prinster, Anthony F., Grand Junction, Colo., Law, Student Bar Assoc, vice-pres, Rothgerber Ap- pellate Competition, Legal Aid Clinic, Quick, Jerry Eugene, Ordway, Colo., Law, Rothgerber Competition, Law Review, Legal Aid Clinic. ROW TWO - Reeves, Ronald Kent, Boulder, Colo., Law, Phi Alpha Delta. Roca, Mariana Margaret, Phoenix, Ariz., Law, Legal Aid Clinic, Senior Counsel, Phi Alpha Delta, Student Bar Assoc, secy, Law Class of I966, secy, LSCRRC. Sabin, Robert Earl, La Junta, Colo., Law, Law Review, Phi Delta Phi. Schmidt, Ted, Tulsa, Okla., Law, Phi Delta Phi. Short, Joel Bradley, Ft. Scott, Kan., Law, BA, CU I963, Chi Psi, Phi Alpha Theta, Sophomore Class President, Men's Hearing Comm, Rothgerber Competition Winner. Spangler, Robert Stephen, Salina, Kan., Law, Legal Aid, Student Bar Assoc, Phi Delta Phi. Walter, Phil Kenneth, Grand Junction, Colo., Law, Phi Delta Phi, Legal Aid Clinic. Warherg, Sonia Elaine, Loveland, Colo., Law, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Alpha Delta, honorary member, Student Bar Assoc, tres, Law Class of l966, tres, Rothgerber Appellate Argument, Legal Aid Clinic, BPW "Young Career Women" for Colorado. N. .i ,, S A,+ ' R S. ,3- i Q . 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' Q ,MN . 1 5 3 A Organizations A 226 Acacia -2222222 .,W..., .2 ...,., 2222222 Aden 362 Hall ....,.....g..,g..,.. 2. ..... 2 188 180 2 .,,..g...... 222222400 Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps 22469 Alpha Chi Omega ..,,,Y,....... 222222184 Alpha Chi Sigma 22 ,Aa,,,.a,--.. 22 .... 443 Alpha Delta Pi ..,,, 22 .... 222 -.... 192 Alpha Delta Sigma ...,..-., 22222 .,..- 449 Alpha Epsilon Delta .....-. ,222 ......,,, 445 Alpha Epsilon Phi ...........,.,,.,.,, 204 Alpha Gamma Delta 208 Alpha Kappa Psi ................ .. .... 436 Alpha Lambda Delta 2384 Alpha Omicron Pi ..,....... ..... . 2 W... 198 Alpha Phi ,--....-,. 2, .,.A,,,., 196 Alpha Phi Omega ........ 2 ..,, 22222462 Alpha Tau Omega .....aa.......2,...A 218 American Military Engineers 2222 ..,,,... 442 American Pharmaceutical Association 2222416 American Society of Civil Engineers 2 ..... 442 American Society of Mechanical Engineers 422 Andrews Hall ,,.,2.aES,,,,,,, w,,, . 2222344 Angels Flight .,.,.....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 467 Arab Student Club 2 ......,, ........ 4 06 Arnett Hall ................ 2. ......... 346 Arnold Air Society .,..... 2 ....... . .... 425 Associated Engineering Students 22.. ..... 423 Associated Women Students ............ 450 Association of Norwegian Students .....d 407 Baker Hall ...,...................... 347 Baptist Student Union ,c,,,..,..c,..... 393 Beta Pi .e....,......,.A 2.22 22222222440 Beta Theta Pi .............. 2 ......... 216 Blue Key .c..,,..2.c.,,,,,,,c,c,c.,. 384 Brackett Hall ..,.......,,.,,.c,,c.c.. 363 Buckingham Hall ,,..,.,,...,. 22 ..... 340 Buff Flying Club ....,c..... -2 sc., 408 Buff Ski Club .,...... 22 ,,., 415 Callco and Boats 2 .....,.. 22 .c......,.. 411 Campus Corps of Caps and Capes .c..... 417 Canterbury Club .......,.............. 394 Castle Bells ,,,,.,,,,u,., 222 . o,.,. 2.222472 C bar U Riding Club ,c..,, ccc,c,.., 4 12 Chi Epsilon ............,c, ..,..... 4 39 Chi Omega ........ .... ....,.. 1 8 4 Chi Psi ,,,........ .... . .222238 Christian Science ..... Clearing House ,...... Colorado Engineer .,.. Cosmo Club ......... Court of Chevalier .... CUAMA .,.....,..,., CU Buffoans ...C 395 434 422 421 395 449 403 -222 Delta Delta Delta C... 2 Delta Gamma ........ Delta Sigma Pi 22 Delta Tau Delta 22 22 Delta Upsilon ...2 -222 Deseret Club ..... 22 E ..,, .... 437 212 250 396 Eta Kappa Nu 2.2, cc., 2 ,... 438 Farrand Hall 2222 ,..... ,,,,.,,,,,., 2 318 Festival Chorus 22 22. e,,,u,c,., 402 French Club .... 2-2 ...c.. -461 Freshman Camp 2.22..222..2. 22-2431 Gamma Alpha Chi ...... -- cc... 449 Gamma Phi Beta 22-..--- ----206 Graduate Nurse Club 448 M22 2222 Hallett Hall .22-222 Hamm Hesper ETS .... -22..- .. ICI -22 .,,, 2222 Honors Council Hui O'Hawaii Union IEEE ,,u,....,, ,,,, 2 2 lFC Blood Bank 2222 Judo Club Kappa Alpha Kappa Alpha Kappa Delta Kappa Kappa 538 Psi -2- Theta Pi 2 .cc,2., 222 Gamma 22 ,,.. 222-.-22323 2 2 222.222 385 22222 22222222386 2 22-2 222222452 2222 22424 22 2222425 222 2222464 22 - 2.2410 K 222-252 222 2222194 2444 2..- 222.2182 general index Kappa Phi 22222-2 2222461 Kappa Sigma 222222 222 2222234 Kittredge Komplex 222222 339 Lambda Chi Alpha 2222 222222 2222 2 4 2 Latin American Club 22222-2 2222407 Libby Hall 22222222222222222 328 Little Concert Band 2..2 2- 404 Medical Technology 22222222222 22222 4 16 Men's Glee Club 2222222222222 2 2222 22401 Merchant Relations Commission 2222222 22453 Mortar Board 2222222222222222 22222 3 83 Nails 2222222222222222222222222222222 385 Newman Club 22 22222222222222 2 2222222 398 Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps 22222 474 Nichols Hall 222222222222222 2222222222352 Nurses 446 22222222222262222222222222222 Orchesls 2222222222 2222 222222222222222 410 Order of Chessmen 22222222222222222222 388 Pershing Rifles 222.222222222222.222.22 473 Phi Delta Chi 222222222222222222222222 444 Phi Delta Theta 2222222222222222222222 222 Phi Epsilon Phi 2222222222222.2222 389 Phi Gamma Delta 22222 2.2..22....22. --228 Phi Kappa Psi 222 2222222222222 222222. 2 32 Phi Kappa Tau 222222 222222222222222 2 44 Phi Sigma Delta 22222 2222222222222 2 236 Physical Therapists 222 22 22222 222418 Pi Beta Phi 222222222 222222222222222 1 7B Pi Kappa Alpha 222222 2 22222222222. 222240 Pi Tau Sigma 2222222 22222222222222222 4 39 Porpoise Club 222222222222222222222222 413 Program Commission 2222222222 2222222 4 59 Psi Chi 222222222222222222 2222 2222448 Quadrangle 222222222.2222.. 361 Reserve Officer Training Corps 22222222 22470 472 Reserve Officer Training Corps Rifle Team Scabbord and Blade 2222222. -.--- 473 Sewall Hall 222222.222.2222222 2222.22 3 33 Sigma Alpha Epsilon .22..222..222.2..22 214 Sigma Alpha lata 22222222222222222 222-460 Sigma Chi 222222222.22 222222222 2222 2 2 30 Sigma Delta Tau 222222222222222 222222 2 00 Sigma Lambda Phi 222222222 222222 - --457 Sigma Nu 22 .22222222 22222222 2 20 Sigma Phi Epsilon 222 22 22222222 22-224 Sigma Pi Sigma 22. .22.2222 22222222222 4 43 Sigma Tau 222222222222222222222222 2--441 Silver and Gold 2222222222222222222222 391 Smith Hall 2222222222 22..22..c. 2... 3 4 2 Speaker's Congress 22 --- 22.222222 403 Spurs 22222222222222 2222222222222 2 2387 Star and Sextant 222.2.22222 2 222222.22 456 Student Board 2222-222 222222222222. -22428 Symphonic Band 2.2.2222 405 Tau Beta Sigma 222222222.2222 460 Tau Kappa Epsilon 22222222 2222 2 48 Theta Sigma Phi 2 2222 .2 22222 2222 4 56 UMC Board 222222.2....... ----454 University Chair 22222222.22. 2.2--400 Wesley Foundation 222222222 22222222 3 97 Willard Hall 222222222222222 2222222 3 57 Winter Carnival 22222222 2222 222222 22432 Women's Glee Club Women's Recreation Young Republicans Young Women's Ch Association 2222 .222 2 427 2222222222222222222429 ristion Association Zeta Beta Tau 2222.22 2222 Zeta Tau Alpha 2222 2222 Staff A -22430 22222246 2-2-202 Atkins, Dale 2222222222..222. - 2222 ---139 Archer, E. James 2 2..2 -- ....2 222. .... 1 6 0 Barnett, Glen 222 222141 Baughn, William 222152 Bernick, Richard 2 222 139 Betz, Fred, Sr. 222 2222 2 139 Briggs, William 22 - 2222 149 Brinton, James E. 222155 Bromley, Charles 2 2222 139 Cameron, James 22222222 222 22 2222142 Carlson, Devon 22 2 222 2222222 22151 Carnes, John 222 22222222222 150 Carpenter, Helen 2 2222222 2222 1 44 Casotti, Fred 222222 2222 222222 2222 2 5 9 Christopher, Dick 2222 258 Collins, Wanda P. 22 222222222 2222143 Conger, John 222 2222222222 2158 Cox, Alice 2222 2 2222222 222222222222 1 O7 Crowder, Eddie 22222222 258, 270, 271 Culpepper, Pat 22222 2. 22222 222222 2 70, 271 Danielson, Philip 2222 139 Easton, Mack 222 2222163 Farrow, Dwight 22 2222 2.2146 Fly, Virginia 22 2222 2222143 Franklin, Chet 2 222270, 271 Graves, C. Dean 222.2. 22222 1 45 Harper, Joe 22222222 2 2222222222 270, 271 Heim, Harold 2222 22-2 22222 2222222222 2 161 Holden, Dr. L. W. 22 2222 22222 1 44 lmig, Warner 222 22 2222 2222157 Johnson, Raymond 2222 145 Kane, Harold J. 22222.. .. 22222222.... 164 Klinker, Walt 222222222222 222222 2 70, 271 Lam, Kaya 2222222222222 . 22222222.2.. 259 Lesser, George 222 22 222222 22222 2 2145 Little, John R. 22..222. 22...... 1 62 Lough, John 222222222222..... .---145 Love, Governor John 2..2...2 .22-138 Lynch, Daniel 2222222 222222 222... 2222 1 3 9 Manning, Thurston 22222 2- 2222 .2.... 1 41 Mills, Jack 2.22222 2 .22..2 222.2,2 - 259 Mundi, Bill 2 2222222 2222 2 70, 271 Muirheod, Dean 2 2222222222 2222 ...... 1 4 7 Munninger, Gerald .222.2 222. ...22... 1 4 2 Parrish, Pauline 2222222222.2 - 2.22222.. 143 Peters, Max 2 222.2222. .....,,22.- 1 54 Pollock, Luceil 2-2 222. 2.- - 222.22 ---V --146 Potts, Frank 222 2222.. 2--259, 238, 289 Quigley, James 2222...2 -- ---- 142 Rainy, Homer 2.222.2... 2222 ..22 1 6 5 Routenstraus, Roland 2 2222 163 Reed, John W. .222.2.. ---- - -.-- ----156 Rhodes, George 222. 22222222142 Roberts, Dwight V. 2--- 143 Ramine, Stephen 2222.222 ---- 1 53 Smiley, Joseph R. 22..22 2..... 1 39, 140 Smith, Kathryn 2 22222222 .222 - ----159 Stavely, Dan 22..--- -2- ---. 270. 271 Taylor, Scott -------... ---- - --2---148 Velsky, Theodore ---- 148 Ward, Dal 22-2.- ----.--.--- - - ---- 259 Wilson, Eugene 222222..- ---- 1 41 Yoder, Clifford -- --------- 144 A Aaronson, Sandra Diane ,,,, Abadie Maril n Louise , Y ---- Abbey, Dennis Randall -.---360 Abbott, Claire E. 173, 181, 480 Abbott, Thomas Wood Ill --480 Abdnor, Mary Lynne --206, 343 Abelson, Susan Elaine ,A.., -200 Abeyto, Carol Marie ,,,,, -370 Able, Stephen Dowden .,,,, 228 Aboul, Hamayel Mohamad -406 Abramovitz, Irwin J. - ...,. 470 Abramson, Berle Mira 204, 329 Absher, Louis Clayton 358, 475 Aceveda, Adrain David ---.358 Ackermann, Norma Rae --119, 188, 383, 480 Adair, Barbara Lee --114, 186, 383, 415, 480 Adair, Robert William ,,L, Bal I ,' Kenneth Weston ,,,, .- 480 -480 Adams, Clayton Jesse .,,., 252 Adams, Cynthia Mary ---.373 Adams, Mary Christine ,,,, 332 Adams, Mary Sharp ---178, 326 Adams, Nancy Gale .. J..--184 Adams, Rosemary -- ...,.. .480 Adams, Susan Carter --194, 335 Adams, Teresa Adele . -178, 480 Adams William Wilson ----470 Adams bn, Kathleen Orr -325 440 353 Ashley, Annette Claire --- Alderisio, Elizabeth R. 200, Barnum, Charles S. lll 214, 194, Adamson, Sandell a,...,,, 331 194 Adcock, Kathleen Ann ,,.a -202 Addington, Gary Kent --.---228 Aeschleman, Vance E., Jr. - Aggeler, Sheila Jane ,LLL ,- -248 182 Agren, Richard David - -..-228 Agron, Gary Alan ----236, 480 Agy, Karen La Vonne -.---324 Ahrenholtz, Larry Leroy -- -230 Ahrens, Christine S. - .--- ---184 Ahroon, Corrine H. -- ----- 330 Aikens, Constance Lord ---.341 Aikin, Jacqueline ----- 206 Aishton, Mary Susan --196 Akenheod, Sherry Lynne --6 Al Anzi, Hasan Mustafa -- 480 334 -480 -421 Albert, Richard Keith -----236 Alberts, Christopher --.......327 Aldred, Jerry Craig --.--- Aldrich, Judith Kay F. -.- Aleiandre, Richard T. --226, Alexander, Ann Landis 180 A lsworth Kenneth D. 220 -234 319 -216 -480 351 319 Alexander, James R., Jr. ---303 Alexander, Jan Mace ----- 358 Allen, Carol Joan ---.-----330 Allen, Elise Ann --180, 331 338 Allen, George J., Jr. --..---128 Allen, Joan C. ----- ,--,--335 Allen, John E. -.. ---- - ---- ,351 Allen, Margaret Jane ------ 372 Allen, Marilyn Anne --l96, 372 Allen, Pamela ----- --194, 480 Allen, Patricia Louise ------178 Allen, Penn L nn ---.---447 Y Y - Allen, Suzanne Lee ---206, Allera, Kay Lynn ----- 196, Allgire, Pamela Rose 387 480 ------369 Allison, Virginia Lee -.. ---- 480 -363 -483 Altman, Evelyn -------.-,342 Alvord, Ellsworth C. ---.---223 Alwart, Stephen John - ---475 Amaya, Georgeann Louise --447 Ambrose, Jane Frances 180, 480 Ambrose, Nancy Jean -----369 Amelingmeier, Peter W. 226, 350 Ament, Lois Ellen ----- ---330 Ament, Patrick Oliver - ---308 Amerman, Mary Blackburn 366 Anderson, Albert Edwin ----532 Anderson, Carl D., Jr. -..---362 Anderson, Carole Helena ---367 Anderson, Cheryl Edler --- 480 Anderson, David Nels ----- 348 Anderson, Gregg Robert ---480 Anderson, Henry K., Jr. ---350 Anderson, Joyce Elaine ---,370 Anderson, Judith Beth ...--329 Anderson, Karen V. ------181 Anderson, Keith Owen -.---234 Anderson, Kenneth C. -----459 Anderson, Marc Eric --..-.474 Anderson, Nancy Adele 366, 480 Anderson, Nancy ,lo ,YYY N340 Anderson, Richard Paul ---- Andersan, Robert Louis ---. Anderson, Stanley lvar ---- Anderson, Steven Earl ----- Anderson, Susan M. - ,---, 270 532 350 302 324 student Andes, James Robert --..---480 Andres, Linda Penserot ---- Andresen, Charles F. --212, Anclresen, Janet Susan ----325 Andrews, Dynda Lou - 206, An len Russell Keith Q , ----- Angstman, Sheryl Lee 194, 343 345 329, 391 Anschicks, Earl Nelson ---- 242 Anselmo, Thomas Frank ---. 480 Antle, Rudy Joe -, --------- 480 Apostolos, Katherine D. ---. 341 Applegate, Patricia A. H. --480 Applegate, Sarah L. ------ 182 Appleton, John Thomas ---470 Arbeau, Glendon Mercer ---302 Arbenz, William Robert ---- 212 Arbuthnot, Gay ------ 180, 480 Arch, Linda Ann - -- ---.-. 342 Archer, Corinne Adele - .---447 Archibald, Ronald Lee 459, 480 Archuleta, Katherine L. ----336 Arends, Norman Lee ------ 532 Artord, Bonnie Lou ------- 193 Artsten, Lonnie D. ---299, 480 Arland, William Joseph ---480 Armour, Tcm Wilton ------ 244 Arms, Mary Ann ------.- .208 Armstrong Charles Ward --220 Armstrong Donald Neil 388, 480 Armstrong James Curtis --218, 480 Armstrong, Joan Marie -.--330 Armstrong, John W., Jr. 242, 480 Arnao, lsis Carmen ------- 326 Arndt, Donna Louise --460 Arndt, Margaret Anne --6 Arndt, Phyllis Jeanette ..-.. Arneson, Patricia Kathy --- Arnold, Helen E. ---- -.--- Arnold, Victor Paige --240, Arnon, Harold David ----- Aronson, Carl Henry ------ Arries, William Gerald 350, Arrow, Lynne Susan ----- Arthur, Alison Carol ----- Arthur Mar Ellen . 327 . 342 - 196 367 440 -440 -440 .319 -327 -----184 475 , Y --- Artus, Stephen Charles -.--- Asam, Wayne Emmsley --- -473 Asbury, Judith ------ -----180 Aschermann, David Lee 216, Ashley, Cecilia Kent ----- Ashley, Faye Ellen ------- Ashman, Ward, Jr. ------- -321 -440 . 324 - 223 Ashmun, Diane Christine ---330 Ashura, Michael Joseph -, Ashworth, Peter Weldon 240 Asper, David Webster ---- -351 , 440 -234 Asres, Alemayehu ------- . 348 Atelgigan, Debra Lou --123, 126, Atkins, Loretta Libby --194, 330 Atkison, Lynn Ann -------- 180 Atzenweiler, Lindy Lou 180, 344 Ault, William John ---226, 440 Auslander, lra Steven ----- 232 Austermonn, Richard O. ---234 Austin, Ronald Duane ---- 532 Avery, Christopher G. - ---234 Y 1 1 Azcui, Sandoval Juan --303 289 348 Azzi, Linde Gail ---------'-447 B Babb, Marilyn Louise ------ 447 Babb, Robert Sterling ----- 244 Babbs, David Lee -------- -270 Babcock, Colton William -- 440 368, Baca, Kathleen Gayle .- ---- 440 Bachman, William B. Ill ---gg? Bacon, Mary Carol ---188, Bacon Sher e Lee , v -------- Bacon, William l. lll ------ Badoian, Elaine Anne ----- .. Baer, Meridith Jan ----93, 329, 391 Baggaley, Mary Alice ----. 440 302 192 1 78, 343 Bahne, James Robert ---.- .240 Baiamonte, Carolyn S. ----- 192 Baidas, Claudia Ruth ------ 440 Bailey, Jean Elizabeth ----- 450 Bailey, Marilu ----.-- . . ---372 in Bailey, Bailey, dex 250 Richard Kirk ------- Te L n -.------- 208 fry Y 330 Bain, Sharon Elizabeth ----- Bainbridge, Alexander G. ---228 Bair, Katherine Leigh, 196, 330 Baird, Merlyn Roy --..-- --322 Baird, Nora Elizabeth ----- 440 Baird, Peter Erwin ---- 363, 475 Baker, Barbara Lou ---.---184 Baker, Diane Jon 170, 206, 440 Baker, Judith Ann ----204, 327 Baker, Karen Louise --.--- 322 Balger, Laila Bettina --126, 182, 85 Balier, Lynn Paul 223, 273, 278, 86 Baker, Michael Anthony ---252 Baker, Richard Burl ------- 475 Baker, Sandra Mary -- ----- 194 Bakke, Even -------.- 440, 439 Bakman, Jane Anne --180, 324 Balassone, Mary J. -------- 180 Balcomb, Philip Ray - ---- - Balderston, Douglas B. --- -226 -482 Baldwin, Carey Beth ------178 Baldwin, David Lee ------. 299 Bale Jonathan Edward ----350 Ball, Norma Jean. -------- - Ball, Richard William 215, Ballantyne, Elizabeth C. --- Ballard, Michael Ray 212, Ballman, Betty E. ---..---- -482 321 482 192 301 -482 Balogh, Joseph lll ------- -238 242 Balser, Michael David , Bank, Ellen Ann ------ 200, 303 319 182 Banks, Becky Jane --- .-- Banks, Estes Mc Lead 270, 286 Banks, Rebecca R, ------- .344 Banwell, Mary Lou ---186, 482 Barad, Edward Nelson 128, 391 Barber, David Milton ---- --439 Barber, John Wilford ------ 346 Barber, Thomas A. -- Barbour, Ellen Wilson Bard, Kay Elizabeth .. 387 ------240 -----. 366 -123 1 1 92, Barker, George Thomas 351, 470 Barker, Janet Aline --194, 321 Barker, Sharon Ann - ------ 196 Barlow, Edward Lee ------. 223 Barlow, Jan Byron 174, 365, 385 Barnacle, Mary Ruffner ---.182 Barnard, Catherine Anne --206, 482 Barnard, Elizabeth Jean ----412 Barnes, Cherry Moore ----- 482 Barnes, James Richard ----- 365 Barnes, Sheila Anne --..--.320 Barnett, Richard C. ------ 286 Barr, James Hubert -- ----- Barr, Suzanne Walton 472, Barrett, Beverly Jean ------ -345 261, 351 482 196 Barron, Leonard Arnold ---- 434 Barron, Melanie Sue -- ----- 200 Barron, Patricia Janis - ---184 Barrows, James Michael 224 282 Barrows, Valery E. ---. 194, 465 Bartels, Donald Robert 133, 248 Bartelt, Carol ----------- -326 Bartelt, David Fleming ---.305 Bartelt, Phillip Terry .-- 123, 220 Barthuli, Marda Jean 104, 194, 340 Bartlett, Alan Paul ------ -307 Bartlett, Anne Lake -- 196 Bartlett, James Martin Barton, Andrew Ward ----- 374 Barton, Lucy Linda -- Barton, Barton, Thomas Jeffrey Bartram, Marianne --.. ----212 -----342 Roger James ----- -230 ----216 196 Bartscherer, Carol Ann ---- 194 Boshant, Larry Duane ----- 224 Bashar, Robert Joseph ----- 482 Bashore, Lee Ann ------- --182 Baskerville, Parke M. -----. 337 Bassett, Nicholas P. -- ---- 214 Bassman, Joseph lra ---- .--236 Bast, Bonnie Sue ---.----- 366 Basti, Abdul Zaher -------- 406 Batcheller, Thomas J. ----- . 174 Bate, Barbara Jean 94, , 223 178 Bats? Louise Virginia 208, 330, Bator, Robert Emery --391, 490 Batten, Jamie Ann - ------ 335 Baucke, Donna Ann ----- , Bauer, Calvin Lyle -------- Bauer, Pamela Theresa ---- Bauers, Louis Robert -.278, Bough, Glen Lee - ----- 368 Bauma, Judy Ann ------J.. 336 240 341 385 482 196 Bauman, Elizabeth Anne -- 325 186. Bays, Nancy Joan -------- 319 Beachy, Robert Milton -----230 Beal, Jack Harry ----- ----220 Bcall, Mary Ann --.- ..-.-- 4 82 Beamer, John Lleyellyn ---- 482 Bean, Bonnie Katherine ---- 447 Bean, Katherine Anita ---- 330 Beard, John Rankin ------- 270 Beardmore, Rebecca Jane --342 Beardsley, Paul W. -------- 349 Bearly, Kay Darlene --332, 482 Beasley, Jesse Lee --.. ----- 482 Beatty, Mary Ellen ------- 482 Beatty, Mary Pat ---. ----- 335 Beatty, Susan Kay -------- 340 Beaver, Owen Scott ------- 358 Bechik, Vicki Rae ---.170, 186 Bechtel, Mary Louise ----- 447 Beck, Charles Abney ---- --532 Beck, Margaret L. --. .---- 331 Becker, Marvin Ray ------. 482 Becker, Nancy Elaine ------ 196 Becker, Richard Henry ----473 Becker, Robert Alan --470, 473 Becker, Thomas Allen 248, 385 Beckert, Walter J. Ill 365, 475 Beckmonn, Carl David ----244 Beckstrand, Janis Kay 178, 331 Beckwith, Carole Leigh ---- 482 Beecher, Andrew Harris ---246 Beegle, Tedd Norman ---- 482 Beers, Mary Elizabeth ----- 206 Beers, Stephen Peter --244, 301 Begley, Thomas Francis 242, 482 Behnke, Robert James ----- 482 Behrle, Gary Jerome .. ----- 362 Beighley, Nancy Ann ------ 342 Beinoris, Irene ------ .. .---- 327 Beisel, Sarah Turnbull ----- 329 Bekins, Robert Newell ----358 Belcher, Lynda Jill ------ - Belknap, Laura Spencer -- Bell, Ardell Claire ---- - Bell, Bonita Ruth ----- Bell, Janet Elaine -- -.-- --327 Bell, John Thomas ----- Bell, Stephen Phillip --236, Bell, William Dan, Jr. ---- Bellmar, Lucinda Mary - Belmont, Judith Kay --- Belt, Robert Julian ------ -182 -322 -334 -232 473 -482 -326 -335 -228 Bender, Dean Robert --226, 452 Bender, Lois K. Sperber --- -483 Bender, Robert Melvin -.--- 483 Benedict, Nancy W, - ---- --325 Benford, Jean Margaret 172,208 Benner, Robert Belknap ---346 Bennett, David Rider ------ 250 Bennett, Jama Lynn --186, 335 Bennett, Joann Elaine ---- 196 Bennett, Maxine Shirley ---- 200 Bennett, Raymond Edgar -482 Bennett, Richard J. ll --.-. 307 Benning, Sally Jean 84, 194, 483 Benowitz, Faye ldelle ----- -200 Benson, Thomas William ---305 Bent, Ann Lorette ---.----322 Bentley, Edward James ---- 306 Benware, Barry Philip ---- Benwell, Pamela S. ------- Beran, Mary Ann ------- Berenbeim, Linda Lou 204, Berenstein, Gerald M. ---- Berg, Pamela June ------ Berg, Patricia Ann ---..-- Bergen, Russell Hoyt --242, Berger, Lisa Levering 178, -188 -1 78 342 -236 -325 -329 360 331 Berger, Roger John ----L--474 Berger, Stephen William ---226 Berggren, Deborah Ann ---369 Berglund, Jane E. --------. 182 Bergman, Willard, Jr. ---- Bergquist, Joe Lynn ----- Berke, Elizabeth J. ---460, 483 Berkley, Martin Joseph ---- 230 Berland, Lorraine Judy 121, 391, 434 342, Berman, Nancy Louise . .---- 483 Berman, Robert Michael ---236 Bermeo, Caroline E. ------ 325 Bernard, Elizabeth Ann ---- 319 Bernard, Gilbert Cress - ---- 483 Berndt, Jacalyn Marie ----- 447 Berney, Susan Louise ----- Bernhard, William Axel --- -178 -240 Berns, E"en Ruth -..,. ------ 343 Bernstein, Rowanne M. ----329 Berry, Walter H. lll ----- -475 Berryman, Barbara Ann ---330 Bertroch, Mary Irene ------ 329 Berube, Diana Tripp --.---483 Berube, Howard Arthur 234, 483 Berven, Orville Jeffrey ----289 539 2350 Besancon, Philip James 22 Besel, David Alan ........ 362 Besser, Leslie 115, 303, Best, Anita Louise 222. Best, David Louis 22. Best, Richard Lindell 2 Best, Steven Riley .,., 427, 483 .2 .2331 22483 22222248 228 291 450 Best, Trudy Marie .,.. 2222 Betchart, Will Bernhard Betcone, Barbara Anne 226, Betournay, Thomas P. ..... Bettencourt, Juliette H. 483 196 226 332 246 Better, Jorge Jose 2.. ..... 2 Betts, Adrianna L. 22. ...... Betts, James Henry 2. ..L2. Beye, Suzanne ,,......,,2 Biagiotti, George Peter Biagiotti, Stephen M. Biasini, Susan Kathleen 220, 3663 Bickel, Dorothy Moy 2-2 I Bickford, Connie Rae 22197- Bicksler, Robert M., Jr. Biedenbender, Suzanne 31533 Biel, Andrea Rose 2 2...,. Bigelow, Sandra Sue 22222 Bilderbeck, John Noble Bila, Donna Mae ....,e.., 373 Billstone, Donald R. 2222222 Bilorusky, John Alan WWLL. 2 Bimson, Pamela Lee 22196, Binder, Diana Katherine B inder, Steve Dawson .,,.. 483 483 447 385 220 483 324 261 '2474 483 369 2447 384 452 362 452 325 344 2214 Birdsong, James Richard 224, 475 Birkby, Alan Farris ........ 232 Birkey, Ronald La Vern .,.. 483 Bisgard, Robert Kent ...... 240 Bishop, Charles O., Jr. 228, 465 Bishop, Jack Charles ....2, 250 Bishop, Joyce Lynn ......2 184 Bishop, Karen Sue .,., 222 Bisho Scott 2319 p, ..2..., .... 2 28 Bismarck, Arleen Peg ...... 331 Bissell, Leonard A., Jr. 351 Bither, Richard A. ........ 360 391 Bitter, Linda Kaye 188, 344, Biornson, Nicki Dean 22366, Black, Donald Charles 2 Blackburn, Polly Hunter Blackburn, Ronald Lee 2 Blaine, Dennis Robert 2 Blair, Janna Lou ..,.. Blake, Thomas ..,.2. 2 Blakey, Milton Keith 2 Blanc, Margery Lorrainerd 472, 459 Blank, Barbara Lane 22 Blaugrund, Clifford E. Blaugrund, Lee Stuart 2 Blougrund, Marvin Lee .... 483 2222470 222182 2222220 2 2 22345 2222483 362 8772368 188, 369 2222236 2222236 236 Blaylock, Noelene H. ..22.. 483 Bleo, Beniomin Samual 308 Bledsoe, Marilyn Grace 2222327 Bledsoe, Sandra Ann 2.2..2 192 Blee, Jenipher Jean 222222 483 Blegebron, Linnie Opal Blevin Blick, Blinn, Bliss, Bliss, Bliss, William Glenn s, James David 222-372 2483 Blewitt, Ronald Lee 22113, Timothy A. 2..2222.. 475 John Ferguson 22222 Allen Kenneth Robert Joseph 484 -244 2 .2222. 474 222222214 222222484 22222368 222222475 Bonnie Lou 22222222 184 Blitt, Peter 22222222 Blodgett, Stephen D. Blood, Blood, Bylle Jean 2222222 Bloom 2484 , Beverly Ann 2222 222331 Bloom, Bonnie Mae 2222222 447 Bloom, Carol Faye 2222 Bloom Bloom Bloom , Ellen Kay '22222222 2228 , Gary Louis 222 quist, Linda Anne Blouch, Stephen Corey 22222240 Blouke, Susan M. 222.. Blount, Delilah, Ball 2 Blume Blunt, r, Donald James Charles Harry 2222.2 484 Boatright, Warren E. 2 right, Brandt W. 22222 218 Bodom, Carl David 222 Bodenschatz, Lynn 91, Bodily, Judy Anne 2222 182, Bodley, Corliss Jeane 22222 2 Boatw 2222200 2200 291 340 22222369 22222484 2 222224 22222299 3251- ' Boesel, Robert William 2222 Bogage, Anne 222222222222 Bogardus, Sandra Louise 222 223 484 484 206 224 331 180 Bogert, Brian Keith 22374, 484 Bohart, Roger Harry 2222222 250 Bokowski, Gary Arthur 22222 484 Bolas, Leslie Leigh 2.2..22 367 Boley, Linda Gay 222222222 484 Bomash, Diane Lynn 222222 331 Bonavido Lorraine 369 , V. 22222 Bond, Barry Williams 22222. 346 Bond, Wayne William Bonesteel, Cheryl Ann Bonestell, Debbie Dean Bong, Steven Howard Bonham, Kathy P. 103, 383, 450, 451, 484 22222368 22222344 182, 341 2. 22.2214 118 r 198, Bonke, Judy Rae 2222202, 329 Bonsall, Susan 222184, 338, 340 Book, Carol Marie 22222222 327 Book, Susan, 22222222 184, 484 Boone, Kathleen F. 182,184,341 Booth, Kathleen Wills 2293, 180, 336 Boothroyd, Jan 2222222222 484 Booton, Jeffrey Dean 390 Booze, Linda 2 2222 22 1 26, 244, 22222327 Borden, Patricia Nan 222222 188 Borden, Timothy Scott 212 Borgos, Peter Wilson 222222363 Bornstein, Debroh Beth Bortles, Barton Eugene Boscardin, Richard A. Bosch, Frank William 2222484 2222270 22222360 222 22270 -I 'P A ' J'-H' if 4 X 540 .15 2112 '95 -218 486 Cain, Roger Lee .......... Boscoe, Carla Joy .... 326, Basler, Sarah Marshall .... Boss, Karen Ellen - .... --- Bossart, Elaine Louise ------ Bosse, Rex Claude ..e..... Both, Rebecca Louise --184 Bothman, Shirley May ---f- Bottinelli, Bob Lee .... ---- 338 484 343 326 354 324 208 391 Bottoms, Donald John .,.. 363 Boughn, Richard C. .....,. 363 Boughton, Heather --182, Boundy, Richard Ray ..... 261 415 Bourne, Nancy Ellicott ..... 484 Bowdey, Daniel Park ..... 194, Bowden, Kathleen Louise -- 321 -232 Bowen, Daniel Clark ...... 484 Bowen, Diane Ellen ....... 366 Bowers, Barbara Jean -----188 Bowers, Kathlynne - ,...... 188 Bowie, Russell Craig ....,. Bowker, Sharon Lee --196, - 226 342 Bowman, James Larry L... 484 Bowman, Karen Ann ...... 180 Bowman, Kay Lynn ..L,..., 319 Bowman, Michael James --125, 244, 385 Bowman, Sharon Rae 196, 384, 465 Boxer, Judith Eve ...,.... 200 Boy, Linda Reeve ---.. ..... 342 Boyd, James Clark --- --- -360 3:- Z -F0 Boyd, Peter Anton -.-- 250, Boyd, Suzanne Craven ---- Boyle, John Francis ------ Boyle, Patricia Lynn ---.-- Bozeman, Carol Ruth ---- Bozlinski, Thomas Joel 248, Bradford, Alice Isabel ---- Brcgdslgy, Barbara Joyce 123, Bradley, Dale Edward 250, Bradley, Hewitt D. ------. 470 -484 -484 -335 -335 345 -369 321, 291 -484 Bradley, Katherine W. .---- 194 Bradshaw, Joel C. lV -.--.- 354 Bradshaw, Sally Lucille 182 Brady, Catherine Jane --L- 330 208 Brakel, Christine L. --180, 342 Bramley, Judith Anne --..- 320 Brandt, George ------.--- 484 Brandt, James Carl -----.- 238 Brandt, Michael Charles ----240 Branigan, Lorel K. -------- 427 Brasel, Jerrie Rich ------- -208 Brashear, Noel Ruth --186, 342 Bratton, Roger Le Roy --.-. 345 Braun, Sherril Lyn -.-- 204, 331 Braund, Mary Judith 172, 198, 484 Bray, Mary Diehl .------- 372 Bray, Ronalee Ann 104, 194, 387 Brecht, Corliss Ann ------- 340 Bredehorn, Anne Gregory --180, 338, 380 Breeden, Carol Louise -..-- 326 Breen, Susan Mary -------- 326 Breese, Robert Jac ------- Bremer, William Dean .--- -226 Brenker, William Arch .-.- 532 Brenkert, Dennis R. ---.-- -232 Brennan, Linda Sue -----.- 342 Brenner, Doreen Kay -...- -484 Brenner, Richard D. --307, 345 Brescian, Ronald J. ------- 214 Brett, Bradford Arnold .-.- 223 Brett, Hudson Bradford .... 240 Bretz, Kathryn Suzanne ---- 344 Brew, Richard Douglas ---- 226 Bregfley, Diana Scott ----.- 198 Bri ing, Laurann ----- 192, 465 Briggs, Rosemary P. ------ 327 Brighton, Phyllis May ----- Brink, Glen Arthur ---- --- - 1 88 -250 Brinkerhoff, Robert, Jr. ---- 223 320 Brinkley, Jeraldine Kay --- Bristow, Cheryl Marie ----- 331 Bristow, Mary Kathleen ---- 198 Britt, Margaret Ann ------ Q O28 Britton, James Ashley 244, 346 Britton, Nita Jean ----.-. -340 Brobst, Karen Ann -------- 202 Brockman, Elizabeth Ann - Brodner, Adrienne Mona -- Brodt, Kathryn Jane ----- Brok, Alina Julia -.----- -336 -204 -206 -320 Brolin, Susan -------- 204, 324 Bronson, Edward Jerome ---232 Brooks, John Alford ------ 349 Brooks, John Riley ---- 131 248 Brooks, Judi Ann --------- 319 B rooks, Stewart Irwin ----- 484 Brosius, John Fredric --238 Brosius, , Sharon Lenore --- 363 -484 Brost, Jude Marie -------- 198 Brotzm an, Ronald James - Broughton, Linda Lee ---.- -226 -330 351 Broun, Richard Hicks --234, Brown, Ann Elizabeth - ---- 206 Brown, Barbara Ann --202, 330 Brown, Beverly Jean --194, 335 Brown, Carolyn Ann ------ 484 Brown, Charles W., Jr. -.-. 302 Brown, Charles William ..-- 223 Brown, Clifford Anthony ---373 Brown, Elizabeth M. -.----- 180 Brown, Eugene Lewis ------ 362 Brown, Hollis Woodrow 232, 270 Brown, Jacqueline C. ------ 374 Brown, Jill Alice --------- -326 Brown, John Duff --.----- 484 Brown, Kenneth Harold ----345 Bragg, Kent Charles 388, 470, Brown, Linda Jean .--- 188, 342 Brown, Mariorie E. -------- 335 Brown, Mariorie Jo ------- 484 Brown, Marsha Ann ------- 342 Brown, Nancy Alice ------- 180 Brown, Nancy Lee .-----.- 184 Brown, Sally Kendrick ----- 178 Brown, Terry Duane ------ 484 Brcligge, Jacob Leslie 223, 389, Browning, Pamela Ann --- -370 Brownson, Lee Shelton ---- 302 Brownstein, Patricia L. ---- 342 Broyles, Sandra Gail ------ 447 Bruce, Kenneth Wayne ----354 Bruce, Lois Daehnhardt 124, 188, 372 Bruce, Shirley Ann -------- 336 Bruegel, Robert Brown ---- 355 Brueggeman, Aric Lynn ---220 Brumbelow, Nancy E. ----- 180 Brundige, Richard Lewis 345 Brunk, Michelle Ann ----22460 Brunkhorst, Elise Kay ----- Brunton, David W. lll --- -340 -216 289, Brutschy, Mason Skiff ---- 220 Bry, Vernon Arthur, Jr. 240, 484 Bryan, Gerald Evans 286, 485 Bryan, Patric Neal -------- Bryan, Ronald John, Jr. --- Roy Douglas --.--- 346 Bryce, William Arthur 230, Buchalter, Hilda ----- 204, Buchan, James Craig -----. 242 Bryan, 362 226 485 330 Buchanan, Raymond M. -- Buck, Donald Stephen, Jr. - Buck, Nelson Baker ------ Buckingham, Kenia Scott -- 319 Buckingham, Richard J. .---- Buckley, Dee Ellen ------. Buckley, Janice ---------- Buckley, Lee .-.------ 340, Buckley, Sheila Rae -----.- Buckner, Harry'Prescott --- -224 -248 -4 85 192, 373 335 202 390 188 -485 Bucknum, Barrie --------- 182 Budge, William Arthur ---- Buegel, Frederick -------- Buell, D, Obrieri --------- -250 -349 -218 Buell, Richard Caldwell ---- 306 Buetzer, Linda Allene ----- 337 Buffington, Collier H. ---- Bugg, Paul ---. ------ --- -218 -485 Bullock, Benton Raymond --234 475 Bumford, James George 234, Bunegar, Frederick J. .----- 224 Bunnog, Jittimo ---------- 337 Burchard, Alan Ritchie -.-- 358 Burdick, Carol Janet - ----- 336 Burdick, Roger Stephan ---- 224 Burg, John Fiske --------- 122 Burgess, Cherie Jane -.-- --343 Burkett, Deidra Worth .--- Burkholder, Helen M. ----. 194 Burleson, Bonnie Elaine 1 340 Burnett, Charles Philip ----- 238 Burnett, Tena Suzanne ---- 186 Burnett, Vickie Lea -- ---- 334 Burnette, Albert Myron -.-- 485 Burns, Ann Ezzell -- ------ 485 Burns, Carol Ann -..- 194, 324 Burns, Cynthia Eue ------- 178 Burns, James Richard ----- 349 Burns, Stephen William --.- 362 Burns, Susan Elaine ------- 331 Buros, Gay Joanne -------- 374 Buros, Patricia --------.-- 485 Burr, Robert Elliott ---248, 385 Burris, William T. lll ------ 240 Burritt Jud Ann -2 , y ------- -368 Burstein, Joel Vincent ---- 46 Burtis, Kathie -------- 182 , 261 Burton, Martha De Laine ---331 Burton, Robert Jordan ------ 485 Busch, John Charles ------ 220 Teresa Lynn ------- 194 Busch, Buser, Charles Nicholas -- Bushner, Patricia Ann ---- -238 -329 Butler, Edward Thomas ---- 359 Butler, James Paul ------- 234 Butler, Margie Mae --180, 472, 485 Butler, Marilyn ----------- 178 Butler, Pamea Stark --373, 485 Butler, Ronald Vincent 244, 305 Butterfield, Suzanne K. ----370 Buttram, Dorsey R., Jr. ---- 216 Buyers, Margot Ann ------ 368 Buzick, George H. Ill 226, 485 Bynum, Don Lester -------- 353 Bynum, Michael Henry ---- 305 Cabral, Judith Ann ---192, 331 Cadwell, Cathleen L. --198, 324 Cafarelli, Doreen C. ------- 202 Cain, Byron Dean -----.-. 246 Cain, Candace Patricia ---- 182 Calder, Alexander lll ---- Caldwell, Marilyn E. ---182 351 -238 485 Caldwell, Rebecca Ann --5-336 Caldwell, Richard Allen --- -485 Caldwell, Thomas Wesle --228 351 Calhoun, Fredric Gregg 242 Call, Matthew Baldwin --L -485 Callahan, Glenna Lee ----- 180 Callan, Candace G. ------. Calle, Carlos Hernando 348 Calloway, Emily Frances -6 -486 Calnan, Jack Augustine ---- 303 Camenga, James Robert -- -346 Camenga, John William ---346 Cameron, David Lynn ----- 351 Cameron, Wallace Lynn 241 474 Cammarata, Pamela Jean -I-196 Campbell, Alexander B. ---244 Campbell, Bonita Clare ---- 322 Campbell, Brian ---------- 224 Campbell, Martha Ann 123, 372 Campbell, Patricia M. ----- 326 Campeou, Ann Lyn --178, 325 Campen, Jane Ellen. ------- 336 Camping, David Glenn --.--355 Canfield, Clayton M. ------ 486 Cannon Carol Linette 447 Capra, Sandra Kay ---21212335 Card, Timothy Edward --.-- 345 Cardennis, Paul C. ll ----- Cardwell, Barry Eugene 250, Carleton, Guy Henry -----. Carleton, Peter Herrick --- -248 346 -358 -234 Carleton, Ronald Edward --351 Carley, Howard R. lll ----- Carlin, Victor Edmond 234, Carlisle, Susan M. ..----- Carlson, Nancy Jean ----- Carlson, Richard Elmo ---- Carlson, Robert J., Jr. ---- 234 475 202 486 532 349 Carlson, Sara Ann - -.-.- -- 342 Carlton, Patricia Sue ------ 186 Carman, Anne Elizabeth -- 337 Carnes, Bruce Marshall .-.- 486 Carnes, Dennis Norman ---- 234 Carnes, Katherine Yates ---325 Carpenter, Katherine J. ---- 321 Carpenter, Linda Kay ----. 184 388 486 Carpenter, Richard C. Carpenter, Roy Ted, Jr. ----488 Carpenter, Stephen J. -----. Carr, Charles Madison 250, Carr, Gretchen Anne ------ Carrick, Carolyn Anne 198, Carrick Fred Kensey -- .--- 325 450 305 CarrolI,' Linda Kay -...---- 486 Carroll, Maryanne ------ - -486 Carroll, Nancy Lee ---- 324, 384 Carsok, Christopher D. ----- 327 Carson, Kermit David ----- 226 Carson, Michael Jay -----. 486 Carter, Ann ---------- 368, 486 Carter, Edd Mc Lendon ---- 473 Carter, Marilyn Dodd 188, 325 Carter, Richard Bruce ----- 475 Carville, Louise Farber ---- 184 Case, Phyllis --------.--- 194 Case, Susan Chesnick ------ 486 Cassidy, James John ----. -354 Castle, Linda Kay .......- 342 Castle, Wayne William ---. 345 Castro, Richard Joseph ---- 351 Caswell, Gary Joe ---- 242, Cater, Neide Louise --194, 475 486 Cathcart, Janet Lee ------- 337 Catlett, Barbara Ann --186, 415 Cattermole, Paul S. ------ 289 Caufield, Dean Kirk ----.. 234 Covender, James Arthur ---349 Cavin, Doris Marie ------- 486 Cavnar, Phyliss G. ------- 372 Ceazan, Jon David .--- -- Cederquist, Eldora D. --206, Cello, Patricia J. ----. 182, -224 337 369 Cendal i, Richard Eugene---270 Cerise, Gilbert Ivor ----- -486 Chadwick, Susanne White --208 Challacombe, Kenneth L. --346 Chalmers, Jane Allison .---- 182 Chamberlin, Frances J. -206, Chambers, Alice Mae ----- 302 329 Chambers, Frances E. ----326 Chambers, Thomas Martin--301 Champeau, Mary Louise ---321 Chgggy, James Jay --223, 270, Chang, Perry Tsou-Ming ---- 354 Chapin, Johnny Keith ----- 234 Chapman, Michael Mc Kay-216 Charlson, Kirk Murray ---- 305 Chazen, Lawrence Jock ---- 532 Cheever, Ann --------.-- Chenek, Lauren Gay ----- Cheney, Robert Emerson -- -325 -372 -236 Cheney, Thomas Fritts ---- 532 Chenoweth, James Harald Chernack, Carol Rosa --202 Chesney, Lou Ann ----- 208, Chew, Charles Kirkland --- Chiarello, David Joseph --- Chidley, Beth -------- 206, Chikami, Cerise Mitsuyo --- -388 , 486 320 220 305 331 321 Childress, Douglas Paul ---. 234 Chglgg, William H. --,--486, 228 Chittock, Alison M. ---369, 486 Chizzick, Martin Jay --246, 355 Chmielinski, Nancy Beth---192 Chod, Robert Alon ---236, 391 Christensen, Dennis S. ----- 363 Christensen, J. Gordon -.-- 373 Christensen, Louis Kent ---356 Christensen, Martha L. ---- 184 Christensen, Mary M. ----- 335 Christiansen, Paula Ann ---208 Christiansen, Russell J. ---- 349, Christman, Betty Jo --341, Christman, James Randal - Christopher, Charles H. --- 465 390 -240 224, Church, Thomas Ralph ---- 358 Churchill, Barbara Mary ---332 Ciaranello, Robert H. ----- 358 Clanahan, Denis Barkley -- -223 Clanahan, Diane Brooke ---486 Clfgfgiy, Kathleen Marie ---193, Clasrgtgam, Cheryl Ann --193, 386, Clark, Alan Porter ------- 348 Clark, Cary Daniels ------- 234 Clark, Cathaerine -------- 192 Clark, Constance Baird ---- 366 Clark, Dorothy May ------ 447 Clark, Glen Bernon, Jr. ---532 Clark, Jeanne ---- 173, 194, 486 Clark, Kathryn lrene --206, 319 Clark, Lois June ----- 188, 334 Clark, Lynne Rebecca --186, 459 Clark, Margaret Judith ---- 369 Clark, Mark William --218, 385 Clark, Mary Ann -------- 332 Clark, Michael Peter ------ 218 Clark, Robert William ---- 373 Clark, Sheryl Marie ------ 447 Clarke, Mark Alan ------- 248 Clarkson, Karen M. .-...-- 487 Clausen, Barbara Jean .-.- 196 Clausen, Cynthia Louise ---331 Clausen, Harry Andrew ---- 487 351 Claycomb, David Henry Clayman, Linda Marilyn-1:1204 Clayton, Suzanne - -------- 194 Cleaver, Ronald Howard ---470 4 Cleaver, Sally Lynn --19 , 338 336, 541 Doe, Kathleen Liana ..... Clemens, Marion Louise ---342 Clement, Cheryl Arlene .... 184 Clements, F. Braden ...... 218 Clements, Thomas Harvey - Cleminson, Ann C. ---196, Cleveland Ja-mes Lee Clifford, Betty Jean -22:2 -244 370 -218 -447 Clifford, Paul F., Jr. .e.... 250 Clikeman, John Max -----214 Clinard, Robert Edwin .e.., 220 Cline, Judith Sandra ...... 341 Cline, Linda Irene e.,.... -188 Cline, Patricia E. .......... 192 Clinton, Judith Lynn ....., 192 Close, Catherine E. --- .... 367 Close, Valerie Suzanne ee.. 194, 366 Clothier, Thomas John ---474, 487 Clutter, Kathleen Ann ----327 Clyde, Susan Ann ........ 487 Clymer, Lou Ann .,.. 180, 261, 386, 472 Cobai, Darlene Marie ...... 321 Cobb, Robert Garner ....., 487 Cobin, Lyn Marie ........ 192 Coburn, Dick Edward --360, 459 Coburn, George Howard .... 432 Cochran, Judith Ann --105, 186, 487 Cochran, Kathleen ..,. 194, 487 Cochran, Mary Jo .......s 327 Cochrane, William H., Jr. -244, 487 Cockley, Donald W., Jr. ---216 Coe, Madalynn Suzanne .... 460, 487 Coe, Twila Smith -- .,.... 182 Coen, Scott Fraser ......., 223 Coffer, John Gordon ..... -374 Coffin, Lynne ............ 188 Coggins, Karen Sue - c.... Cohen n Sharon , A n -- ..,. Cohen, Debra Lea .....,. Cohen, Ellen Sherry ......., Cohen, Howard Michael -- -369 -367 -200 340 -487 Cohen Leslie Anne .------- 332 Cohen: Margo Karen --200, Cohen, Nancy Jo -.------ Cohen, Sandra ldona ----- Cohen Steven Joe ----216, 330 -204 -200 487 182 Cohenour, Pamela Marie -- Cohn, Douglas Paul -----. 351 Dorre, Danna Lee -.------- 490 Cronin, Daniel Gerard .---- -218 Dreith, Suzanne Jane .---. 368 Cohn, Larry Howard --236, Cohn L nn Rae --204, 331 Cohni 'lyheodore Jael ---- 2 362 455 -236 Coil, James Arthur ---.--- 242 Colle, Roberta Ellen -----. 325 Coke, John Morgan ------ 215 Coker, Billie Jean -----.- -487 Colburn, Nora lrene - ----. 487 Coldiron, Adron J., Jr. --- -230 Cole, Bruce R., Jr. --. ..---- 351 Coleman, Carol Lynn 178, 331 202, Coleman, Dian Judith -.--- 367 Coleman, Penny Dee 118, 123, 184, 383, 499 Coley, John Milton ------- 228 Colligon, Walter R. --354, 470 Collins, John Frederick ----362 Collins, Mary Kathleen 206, 341 Collins, William M. ------- 223 Collup, Carol Ann -.------ 178 Colm, Mary Melinda ------ 196 Colt, Henry, Jr. .---- .--- Combs, Thomas Lee ----- Compton, Bette Marie --- Compton, Cheryl Kay ---- Compton, Dan Weaver 428 -4 87 -230 -324 -325 , 487 Comstock, Bruce Phillip ---127 Comstock, Dennis Lynn --- Comstock, William P. lll - -220 -487 Coziagser, Edwin Warren --214, Condit, Mary Kathryn 182, 488 Condreay, Dennis Keith ---- 250 Conkin, Roberta Erlene 198, 344 Conley, George E. -------- 532 Conley, Wilder Lee -----.- 475 Conly, Craig Alan -------- 129 Connell, Martha E. -------- 487 Connelly, Sharon Elaine ---- 372 Connole, Thomas Patrick --487 Connolly, Necha Ena --427, 487 Connor, Robert George ---- 214 Conrad, Daniel Joseph 220, 474 Conrow, Charles Wilford ---346 Contreras, Judy Rae ---.-- 335 Conway, Patricia Anne -A-340 Conzett, Linda Gene --374, 452 Cook, Hope Trudy ---- ----196 Cook, Joan ...-..--- -.s-- 1 32 Cook, Nancy Cecile ---208, 327 Cook, Thomas Michael 236, 487 Cook, Tim Allen --------- 487 Cooke, Charles Warren ---- 374 Cooke, Cynthia Grace ------ 329 Cookman, Ann ------- 196, 488 Cooks, Wilmer ...-.e... H-270 Cookson, Andrea Nell ----- 488 Cool, Carolyn Virginia -.-- 488 Coone, Barbara Jean ------ 186 Coons, John Douglas ------ 488 Cooper, Craig Ross ------ --218 Cooper, Cynthia Lee ------ 343 Cooper, Elizabeth Susan ---319 Cooper, Gayle Ann -------344 Cooper, Nancy Jo ---.---- 324 Cooper, Paralee ------ 180, 385 Cope, Joseph Adams --224, 385 Coppom, John Lester ------ 291 Corbett, Catherine Ann ----180 Corbett, Rhoda Ellen ------ 341 Corbly, Mary --- --..... --447 542 Cordray, Ruby Ellen ------332 Cornelius, Carol Jean ------ 488 Cornell, Darrel Ray ---.---- 488 Cornell, Roger Dale --301, 359 Correll, Carolyn F. -----.-- 208 Corrigan, Russell -- -301 -360 Corriveau, Clarence E. ---- Carson, Thomas Earl --223, 270 Cortese, Robert Michael --270, 271, 305 Corum, Claudia Whitney --370 Cory, Jane --.-------- ---342 Corzine, Terry Lee ---- 238, 488 Costa, Kathleen Ann ----- -129 Costello, Kathryn Ann ..-- 374 Costello, Raymond M. ---- 488 Costlow, Judith Anne --202, 330 Cotton, Barry Arthur --.--- 234 Cottrell, Richard Day ------ 214 Coulson, Karen Kay ------- 488 Counseller, Bonnie M. ----- 488 Counseller, Ronald E. ----.- 488 Courson, Thomas K. ------ 224 Courtice, R. James -------- 241 Courtney, Judith ----- 184, 331 Covell, John Eric ---------- 241 Cover, Donald Dean ------ 353 Peter Andrew ----- 232 Cowan, Phyllis Janet ...... 369 Cowen, Lawrence D., Jr. -- Cowen, Ronald Charles ---- 349 Cowan, -475 Cowing, Diane Elaine --182, 385 Cowles, Cynthia Ann ------ 370 Cox Barbara Jean ------- 327 Coxi Betty Gertrude ------ 384 Cox, Carolyn Elizabeth ----327 -360 Cox, Edgar Paul --------- Cox, Frank Stuart ---. ---. 2 26 Cox, Margaret Kristine --- Cox Roger William ------- 289 oseph Ralph ------ 230 Coyte, J Crabb, Margaret Belle Craft, Charles Robert ----- Craig, Carolyn Jean ----- Craig, Gayle Laree ------- Craig, Judith Karen ----- Craig, Phillip Datin .----- Craig, Sheron --- .------- -488 - ---- 337 -240 -326 -340 --488 -470 -488 Cramer, Susan Marsha ---.200 Crairgioy, David Sidney 212, 291, 5 Crandall, Christine A --.-- 178 Crandall, Gail Ann -------- 447 Crandall, Jeanine -- ------ 178 Crandall, Peter Mark -----. 216 Crane, Beverly Anne ------ 180 Crane, Catherine Sue --208, 335 Crane, Edith Barbara --- -.198 Cranor, Carl Forrest --119, 226, 488, 452 Crass, Sue Ellen --------- -369 Ellyn Kathleen ---- 180 Craven, Marsha Ann --188, Craven, Cravens, Sheridan Jo --194, Crawford, Aileen E. ---.-- Crawford, Ann Louise 320, Craivggord, Carol Anne 186, Crawford, John A. ------- Crawford, Mary Isabel --- Crawford, Muriel Dee --188, Creamer, Chadwick G. 473, Creeger, Elizabeth D. ll -- Creighton, Jeanne R. ----- Creighton, Patricia J. 107, 383, 488 Cribari, Lorene Ann --208, Crisp, Lynda La Nell ----- Crist, Charles Edson --218, 470, 473 Criswell, Janey Lou ---182, Crites, Judy Carol -------- 342 391 -188 488 460, -223 -208 488 474 -188 -330 182, 335 341 -385, 261 319 Crittenden, John Norton ---362 Cracker, Stephen Blake --- Crombie, Carolyn -------- -488 -206 354 Cronlund, Mary E. -------- 193 391 Crooks, Crosby, Elizabeth Ann Janet Lynn --182, Crosier William Lee ------ ----.390 -214 Crouch, Keith McLean ----- 217 Crouch, William Henry ---.346 Crouppen, Andrea Lyn 200, 330 Crogcger, Elizabeth Bell 180, 385, 3 Crowe, Dennis Benton ---- -474 Crowe, Pamela Jane ------ 204 Crowl, William James ------ 368 Crowg, Patricia Ann --123, 196, 38 Crowther, Joyce Adele --- -335 Culley, John Henry lll ---- 351 Culp, John Clifford ---238, Cummings, Christopher F. - Cummings, David Lee ---- Cummings, Jon J. ------. Cummins, Kay ------- 332, Cummins, Pamela Louise -- Cuney, Kathleen Ann 369, 465 -250 -474 -447 460 184 488 Cunningham, Carol Aae ---329 Cunningham, David Lynn - -475 Cunningham, Jane Lee ----369 Cunningham, Robert D. ----224 Curnes, Pamela Jane --369 488 Current, Max Christian --f.488 Curry, David Jerome, Jr. --228 Curry, Mary Catherine .---- 186 Curtin, James Patrick ---- Curtis, Julianne Powell 337, Curtis, Richard Glenn ---- -488 488 -223 Cuthbertson, Sharon M. ---- 331 Cutler, Alice Claire -.326, 488 Cyprian, Michael Paul ---. 360 Cys, Richard Lee 102, 244, 488 Czeczok, Patricia Jane --- 384, -331 D Avila, D Patricia Jane ---.- 337 Dahl, Harry Julius ------- 346 Dahl, Je an Anne --.------ 180 Dahlin, Daniel Fredrick --- -230 Dahman, David McDonald --238 Dahme, Cynthia Ann -- ---- 180 Dailey, Myrna Joyce - ----- 336 Daley, Pamela Ann --...-- 324 -384 Dallemand, Barbara Lynn - Dalton, John Logan -----. 306 Daly, Charles Terrance --- Daly, Th omas Brenn -- 224 1 Leilani Kae ------- 488 James Robert ---.- 345 Damsgaard, Mark Dennis - Danforth, Johnene P. .--- Damke, Damon, -248 488 -474 -447 Daniels, Marie E. ----..--- 319 Danielsen John H. ---359, 475 Danish, Paul Daniel -- ---- 127 Danko, Terry Kim ---- 241, Danna, Virginia Lynn 208, Danuser, Marcia S. 186, 383, 488 Darby, Maureen Anne -----325 Darling, Anne Bernice 188, Daum, Bernard Le Ray 350, Davenport, Susan Elaine -- 340 329 475 184, David, Carolyn Marie ----- 180 Davidoff, Leslie Wayne ---- 308 Davidovich, George A. --- Leslie Marc ---- -246 Davidson Davidson Davidson I Mary Kathryn -- , Patricia H. -----325 Davidson, Roger Vilas 224, 358 , Susan Ann ----- 343 , Susan Lynn ----- 327 Davies, Mary Jane ---- 336, Davies, Sherry Lee -------- Davis, Amy Jeremy ------- Davis, Barbara Jean --196, Davis, Christine Mae ----- Davis, Gay Lynn ---------- Davis, Gwendolyn L. --327, Davidson Davidson 390 Davis, Je anne Louise - ----- -373 -369 390 178 368 372 327 335 338, 342 Davis, Joan Simone V. -.-- 322 Davis, Marilyn Joyce - ----- 488 Davis, Mary Margaret ---.- 447 Davis, Philip L., Jr. ------. 240 Davis, Raymond Ernest ---- 363 Davis, Robert Gage ------- 488 Davison, Margaret O. 367, 488 Davison, Davison, Dawson, 370 Mary Craig ------ 369 Robert P. Ill ----. 356 Claire Cameron -- 178, Deborah B. ------- Dawson, Dawson, Day, Kathleen Ada ------- 336 Margaret E. ------ 320 188 198 Day, Marian Eve ---------- Day, Pamela Anne ------- -337 Day, Stephen Calhoun ----. 488 De Beaubien, Clement R. ---475 De Bella, Nancy Louanna --447 De Broeck, Linda Ann 180, 488 De Buse, Richard Louis ----242 De Buse, Robert James ---. 242 De Costa, William -------- 232 De Feyte De Ford, r, Robert Lee ----- 242 Don Killian ------ 356 -488 De Giacomo, Wallace, Jr. - De Gregorio, Peter D. ---- De Haan, Peter ---------- 349 De John, Sandra Lee De Jong, De Kieff De Leon, De Long, De -305 ------335 341 De Jang, Esther Elaine ---- Judith Ann ------ 343 er, Donald E. 174, Jon Francis ---.- Lance Eric --244, Long, Paul Bruce --..- Luca, John Ernest ---- Mersseman, John A. 286, De De De Moe, De Nado De Cheryl Kay ------ r, T. Dudley B. --- Rock, Leo Michael ---- De De De De Rose, James Michael -- Veuve, Barbara Linn -- 234 244 289 -490 490 -326 -241 -297 -532 -194 Vore, Patricia J. ---- ---384 Vries, Clifford John 212, 355 De Witt, Judith Anne 367, Deahl, Jo Ann Graham ---- 261 Deahl, John Godfrey ----- 301 Deal, David Kimber ------- 356 194 Delagsblancy Nell 107, 338, 383, Dean, Cynthia N. 208, 330, 390 Dean, George Harrison ----242 Deane, Elizabeth Pamela --184, 488 Deaton, Karen Lee ------- 366 Deck, Barbara Louise ----- 327 Deckard, Betty Smith --199 Decker, Denise Arlene ---L- Deere, Carmen Diana 180, 327 341 386 Deffke, James Lawrence ---220 Defibaugh, Donna Mae ---- 325 Deitemeyer, Cheryl Ann ---178 Deitemeyer, Kaye -------- 178 Delaney, James Michael ---354 Delggo, Winifred Morgan --186, Dell, George Douglas ------ 470 Deluca, Carol Ann - ---..-. 331 Demgest, Alison Jean 199, 490, Demeter, Steven Francis ----244 Demis, Alexandra P. --..-. 369 Dempsey, Kathleen End ----490 Den, Hollander Roy -----. 234 Dennison, Marlys M. ------ 208 Denson, Michelle E. ------- 182 Dent, Ricki Joseph ------- 350 Dent, Ruth Ann - --------- 184 Dent, William Lorance ---- 363 Denyes, Diane ------------ 188 Deos, Phillip Harland -----. 351 Dercum Ju ih ell'n -490 , dt M ig --- Desmond, Donald Paul 234, 362 l Desmond, Karen ---------- 325 1 Deu Pree, Robert Earl ----- 220 Deutsch, Judith Sharon 186, Dewell Dia a n ------------ Di Marina, Michael Frank -- Di Sessa, Bronyte M. ------ 490 334 355 490 Diamond, Felicia Lynn ---- 334 Diamond, Robin Sue --- 200 Dick, Karen Lynn --------- 322 Dick, Kristen Ann --.--.-- 324 Dickelman, Martha Susan --321 Dickerson., Sherry Jane ---- 320 Dickey, Regina Ann --- 341 Dickman, Patricia Ann ---- 325 Didrichsen, Christina - .-.-- 319 Diehl, Barbara Jean ------ 490 Diehl, Dana Eileen -------- 330 Diehl, Susan Lois ----.---- 184 Diessner, Claudia Anne 188, 327 Diggs, John Walter -.----- 226 Dike, Edward Conrad ------ 238 Diliberto, Regina Maria ---- 326 Dill, Robert Arthur ------- 212 Dilley, John Philip -------. 232 Dillon, Joseph Patrick ----- 475 Dilts, Fred William lll ----- 215 Dimit, Jane Ann ----- 123, Dimond, Leslie Harris ------ Dirks, Dianne Louise --412, 1 94 327 490 Distler, Bruce Randolph ---- 490 Dittmar, Dale Roy --.-.-- -358 Ditzler, Paula Ann ------- 367 Dobel, John Jerome ll 470, 490 Dobrovolny, Jane E. ----- --490 Dobrovolny, Kenneth Roy --475 Dodd, Deborah Jane ------ 326 Dodd, Marjorie Lee ---320, 390 Dodd, Mary Lucille - ------ 490 Dodson, Dian April ------- 340 Dodson, Joseph A lll ----- 475 Doepke, Mary Lau M. -320 ----490 Dolan, Kenneth Russel -... 354 Dolcourt, Susan Karas ----490 Dollahite, Marian Jean ---- 336 Dolph, Douglas Kent .----. 228 Dome, Jeanne Annette 367, Domont, Ronald G. .--- 105, Donahoe, John Stephen 220, 490 236 363 Donahue, Vera Katherine ---319 Donegan, Catherine M. 182, Donham, Cathe Belle --206, 330 387 Donley, Larry Dean ------- 270 Donohue, Patricia Anne ---192 Doolittle, Bruce Allen ----- 359 Doolittle, Nancy Carter 184, 387 384, Doolittle, Susan Yvonne ---- 184 Doremus, Rose Marie ---- -374 Darius, Michael Emmett 230, Doriahn, Sheryl Eileen 206, Dorman, Ca ral Ruth ------ Dorn, Clayton Forster --182, 385 336 336 415 Darris, Roger William ---.- 241 Dorward, Sharron Dionne -- 385, 387, 472 Datson, William Joseph 242, 261 , 490 Dougherty, Greg Winston --358 Douglas, Mary Ellen ------ 326 Douglas, Stephen A. --220, 282 Douglas, Terry Scott ------ 475 Doutrick, Helene Wendey --178 Dovenitz, Jan Michael ----- 360 Davey, John Cresswell -----223 Dovey, Virginia C. .------- 385 Dow, Charles Ray ---- 212, Dow, Paul Ferrell -------- Dow, Robert Bruce ------- 490 -490 -248 oowding, Charles H. Ill --.- 439 Dowlearn, Ronald Steven --305 Downey, Bradley James ---- 224 Downs, Sara Marie -----.-- 336 Downs, William Fredrick ---130 Doyle, Hershel Walter ---. Doyle, Michael Jay --218, Drahn, Richard David 296, Drake, Ruth Louise ------ Dreiseszun, Helene Sue 204, Dreiseszun, Howard Alan -- -490 305 297 -460 331 -362 Drew, Linda Jean ----- 206, 330 370 Drewry, Marian Fay --182, Drewry, Mary Margaret -- Driver, John Joseph ------ Druker, Earl Philip ------- -381 -490 -356 Drummond, Dennis M. ---- 270 Drumright, Mary Susan ---- 447 Druse, Drucilla Rose ------ 336 Dubach, Jean Marie ---.-- 202 Dublin, Ronald Lee 170, 224 , 302 Dubravoc, Kimberly E. ---- 228 Duchek, Donna Lee ---.--- 369 Ducker, Richard Dennis 250, 490 452, Duckworth, Deborah Sue --325 Dudley, Janice Arlene ----- 184 Duell, Holland Bosson ----- 214 Dugan, Donald Martin ----- 224 Duke, Susan Sherrill ------- 334 Duman, Evelyn ----.-....- 331 Duncan, Thomas Michael --305 Duncan, Thomas Michael --351 Dunham, Stella Blanche ---374 Dunlap, Catherine Ann ---- 336 Dunn, Bruce Cleveland --- Dunn, John Harold ------ Dunn, Susan Diane ------ Donnell, David lrwin ---. -368 -532 -186 -369 3 -X3 ' I2 Q w al' ni, A 'il .gan V '6'-.! V. ' 1 M, , . 1:-iff-1. , '- ' , 1'-U, hu li . .y .rw .w . -A f I-ju . Y, 2 a ,X 312, X ,A w. . - X V 3, ld! ML- .. ,x My-ki-5 gf, ,L V . -q ' nfl' '. wr Q v l Fink, Terry Ann .,g....... 343 367 Dunsdan, Carol Ann -- Dupre, Donna Beth .....h Durand, Gerald Douglas --- Durham, Anne Seymour --- Duris, John .... .. -... Dush, David Ralph --- Dutton, Holly Dee --- Dye, Peter Lee ..u.a. -----447 -447 -490 -491 -----241 228 22222342 ----362 Dye, Terence William ..... 242 Dyer, Donna Kaye .,.,,,-, 491 D er Gwendol n Y I Y .....,... Dyer, Kathleen C. --, ,,w-. 188 Eagan, Kathleen Holly 182 ----491 Earhart, Susan Marie - .... 325 Earl, Claudette Afton ,,... 193 Earnshaw, Ruth .,... Easley, Jack Thomas ll -----327 218 Easley, Virginia Lou --1:2320 Eason, Harold Verne -- ,... 491 East, Nancy Elizabeth ..... 184 Eastman, Peter Scott --355, 475 Eaton, Gordon Ladd ,..,,. 282 Eaton, Joan Carol .....,. -204 Eberhardt David 491 , Mark ..E. Eberle, William Richard .2a. 348 Eberlein, Michael Barry Eckert, Richard Leroy Eckhardt, Margaret A sckherdr, William A. .... L, ----242 ------532 , 196 491 212 Eckland, Robert Warren 348, 389 Edgggb Deborah Beale 206, 327, Edgren, Lauren Kay ...... 344 Edmond, Carole Ann .....A 373 Edmonds, Ruth Elizabeth --491 Edson, Kathleen Lynn 367, Edwards, Charles C., Jr. --- 491 241 Edwards, David Carey ..... 224 Edwards, Elizabeth L. ee,.. 327 Egan, Robert Shaw ....,,. 360 Eggen, Jennifer Gail --188, Egle, Dagmara ..... -335, Ehlers, Patricia Ann --206, Ehrlich, Stephen Kent --224, Eichelberger, David W. 327 412 343 289 346 Brenner, Hamid w., Jr, 111346 Eickert Patricia Ka , y - ....L 184 Eidinger, Constance L. 188 Ekiss, Phyllis Ann ..., 1243? 342 El senoiye, Abdulla A. '-406 El Tawil, Adel .A.A,,,.,--- 406 Eldred, Sharon Sue 180, 261, 385 Elias, Rebecca Lynn --332, 491 Eliasson, John Andrew 232, 362 Elkin, Virginia Louise ,.... 194 Elliott, Barbara Elaine 184 Enron, Evonlee Ann -22222340 Elliott, Jere Lee .......2a, 282 isa Elliott, Linda Louise Elliott, Nancy Jean --184, 329 Ellis, James Edward eee... 354 Ellis, Lana Sue ,...,,.22,,- 200 Ellis, Martha Ann ....,.e.. 334 Ellis, Robert William 491 Ellis, Ronald Thomas 222222363 Ellis, Vincent Victor - ,,,,. 226 Ellsbury, Michael M. Elmblade, Jane Carol -------345 447 Elmore, John Howard ...,. 474 Elston, Robert Lee 2..,,.e. 220 Elwood, Katherine Ann .... 325 Emblem, Gary John .-,,u,,2 491 Emery, Mary Elisabeth Emeson, Judith Joy -3327- 368 491 Emeson, Verenne Muriel ---491 Emmett, Richard Longpre --218, Emrich, Katherine Ann 123, 1 94 Enarson, Merlyn Pitt ...... 491 Endres, Mary Anne e,..2.. 340 Engel, William Stephen .... Engelbert, Diane Lee --180, Enger, Torleiv ........ 421, 491 England, Peter William eee. 362 Englehart, Gail Anne ...e., 372 Englert, Timothy R. ....... 368 Engles, Robert Gill .... 223, 302 English, Patricia Dale .,22. 491 n uist Katherine L .,e,. 447 E QQ , , , , Engrew, Kristine Marie 194, 326 Ennis, Cherie ..........,,. 338 Ennis, Martha Lee ........ 334 Enos, Martha Plimpton ----367 Ensign, Nancy Lynn ....., 326 Ensor, Richard Danton ...L 491 Enterline, Ann Kathleen ---374 Epstein, Jean Estes .,.... -370 Erdman, Keith Wilson ---.224 Erfert, Ivan William --244, Erickson, Karen Anne --206 Ernisse, David James ----- 278 319 331 Erickson, Mary C. ------- ' - -491 Ertl, Twig - -------------- 320 Ervin, Mary Ann ---- .-..-. 3 29 Eschen, Chester Carl - ----. 368 Espinosa, Sylvia Lee ------- 335 -226 Estes, Pamela Jane -. ----- Essman, John Phillip ---- - Estey, Carol Ann ----. 206, Etchison Linda Rae 366 465 188 Ethridgei Lawren Esther?-1-ii-369 Ettelbrick, Mary J. ----.--- 188 Et'ter, Bruce Deryl ------- Etter, Linda Modelle 83, 96, 181, 261, 472 544 -244 105, Evans, Donald Hilton --..-. 439 Evans, John Miles -------. 434 Evans, Juliana O Bright ---- 124 Evans, Lawrence Daniel ---299 Evans, Mary Emily -------- 372 Evashwick, George E. ------ 362 Everhart, Robert K. --360, Everitt, Pamela Ann --355, Ewegen, Robert Dean ---- -- 475 338 129 Ewert, Keith Arthur ------- 248 Ewing, David Neal -------- 301 Ewin Joan 9, R. .--------- 327 Eyer, Harald, Jr. -- ------ 491 F Fader, Robert Jay -------- ,244 Foggy, Barbara Ann 123, 209, Failing, Richard Allen ---.- 470 Failyer, Cary Stephen ----- 218 Failger, William Dennis ----- 218 Fair and, William R. ------ 270 Falcon, Richard Lee ------ 297 Falkenberg, Ann E. - ------ 492 Fallon, Kahlman Ray --224, 363 Faris, Janice Louise ---330, 391 Farivar, Houshang -------- 492 Farkash, Margaret Rose ---- 447 Farler, Robert Arnold ------ 270 Farmer, Russell Edwin ----. 348 Farnsworth, Karen Mona ---130 Farr, Noel Ellen ---... 209, 492 Farrar, Charlotte Wendy ---321 Farrar, Lynn Robert ------- 223 Farsie, Mary Susan -----.-- 196 Farwell, Lester C. ll ---359, 472 Faust, Jacquelyn Ruth 91, 105, 182, 344 Favor, Robert Donald 353, 354 Faye, Gary Leon ------- ---492 Fayez, Zohair Hamed ----- 303 Fearn, Robert Warren ----- 363 Fegley, Marty Jon ------. -356 Fehtgiibacher, Michael R. --250, Feild, Francie Jane 116, 181, 492 Fein, Arthur David -------363 Feinberg, Albert M. - ---.- -236 Feinberg, Marcia J. -..---- 372 Felber, Janet Ann ---- 324, 472 Feglsan, Barbara Marie --1BO, Feldman, Rudolph A. --270, 271 Felix, Richard David ----- -218 Fellows, Frederick M. --..- 230 Fellows, Mary Cleopha ---- 369 Fellows, Richard John ----- 214 Felte, Karen Ann ----- 367, 492 Fenes, Maria Ines -------.- 199 Fennell, Nancy Lou ------- 208 Fenton, Gayle Kathryn .--- 329 Fenton, Steven Craig ------ 270 Ferdinand, Marilee Ida -.-- 492 Ferguson, Connie Sue ------447 Ferguson, Johnna T. --206, 344 Ferguson, Karen Ann ----- -447 Ferguson, Virginia M. ---.- 332 Ferman, Gary Lewis ------- 345 Ferraris, Victor A. -------- 302 Ferraro, Larry Ross -------- 270 Ferrell, James Edward ---- -432 Ferrell, William M. ------- -223 Ferris, Jennifer Joy ------- 196 Ferris, Mitchell Scott -----. 492 Ferris, William Deward 223, 492 Fersztendig, Sylvia R. ----. 326 Fethe, Karen Dorothy -i---325 - O6 Fetter, Mary Evelyn -- , 319 Feutz, Linda Elizabeth ----. 337 Fevaag, Virginia Mae ---- Fey, Roy Douglas --.----. Fickel, Robert Bruce ll ---- Fickes, Charles Edward Fickes, Martha Bennett 199 -337 -302 -351 -470 492 Fiebelkorn, Marcus Guy - J-230 Field, Carole Lee ----. 203, Piero, Donald Charles ----- Filbey, Margaret Jean 180, 387 - 492 325 Finch, Sheryl Le Anne ----. 336 Fine, Cappie lona -------- 369 Fine, Larry Jay ------ 246, 355 Finizio, Joseph James ---- -234 Fink, Jeffrey Jon ----- 350, 475 Fink, Peter ---- -------.-. 2 41 Finnegan, Michael John ---432 Finocan, John W, Ill --224, 346 Fiocca, Thomas Robert ----234 Fiore, Roxanna Nadine ---. 427 Fireman, Lilly ,--192, 321, 338 Firth, Betty Lee ---------- 180 Fisch, Carla Jean 123, 194, Fischer, David Robert 346, Fishburn, Merry E. --110, 455, 492 387 474 188, 383, Fisher, Bruce Rudi -------- Fisher, Gary Kent ------.-- 212 Fisher, Elaine Marian --204, 331 130 184 Fisher, Judith Carol ------- Fisher, Larry Warren ---.-. 270 Fisher, Lorna May -------. 326 Fisher, Patricia Lynn -----. 331 Fisher, Robert David -----. 299 Fisher, Shiela Ann -------- 367 Fishman, Nelson N. --470, Fiss, Logan Randall ---223 473 , 492 Fitz, Tommie Lou 178, 385, 472 459, Fitzgerald, Michael J. --.--- 232 Fitzpatrick, Donald L. 218, Fitzpatrick, Helen Ann --- Fitz atrick Nanc Ka 206 492 -180 384 , D, , X, Y I Fitzsimmons, Patricia A. ---326 Fix, Gary James --------- Flaherty, James Michael 234 Flanagan, Thomas Earl --- Flanders, Francea Lea 194, Flanders, Franklin F. ----- -358 , 492 -242 459 -220 Flanders, Niles Delton ----. 373 Fiasco, Gailyn Roberta ----- 341 Flater, Ann Charlotte ----- Flax, Barbara Lynn ------ -196 -200 Flax, Michael Greg -------- 302 Flaxer, Michael Jeffrey ---346 Fleck, Carol Dyan -----.-- 184 Fleischer, Ann Louise --344 390 Fleischer, Jane Alena ---- J-492 Fleishman, Alan Craig ----. 472 Fleming, Leslie M. ---- 196 327 Fleming, Margery Nixon -6-492 Fleming, William James 224 492 Fletcher, Gregory G, ------ 475 Fletemeyer, James K. ----- 218 Flick, Jay Edward -------- 532 Flick, Jeannette Louise ---- 327 Flickinger, W. A. ll ------- 226 Flinn, Joan Marie -------- 330 Flint, .lo Ruthven -------- 412 Flint, Susan Amsden -----. 374 Flitner, Katherine E. --184, Flock, John William --244, 343 390 Flood, Allan Everett ------- 242 Flood, Antoinette --------- 184 Flora, Justin Adams ------ 346 Florquist, Josephine A. ---.447 Floyd, Carla Jane ---- 186, 342 Flygare, Robert Hans --218, 261 Foley, Joan Elizabeth -.---492 Folk, Jay Buell -.224, 428 493 Follmer, Sharon Anne 173,' 493 188, Folsom, Christine --------- 184 Fontanier, Lynne Marie 4.72-.337 Foote, Diana Christine 493 Foote, Douglas Dean ---- l.242 Foote, Janet Clemens -I7-O--369 Forbis, Roger Peery -- 493 Force, James Edwin ---- -2475 Ford Linda Ann -.---- , 186, Ford, Sandra Lee ------- --335 184 325 Ford, Shirley Jean --------- Ford, Stuart Leslie -------- 475 Foreman, Charles V., Jr. ---360 Forester Barbara El len 319 Forester: Donald Robert-2:1244 Forgrave, Pamela Sue ----. 196 Forgyg Pamela Lynne 193, 465, 4 Formichelli, Patricia G. ---. 320 Forney, Janet Buchan 199, 319 Forney, Michael L. ------- 359 Forrestal, Kiely Arden ---- 335 Fossum, Jeffrey Evan 230, 475 Foster, Bonnie Lou ------- 319 Foster, Catherine Ethel -.-. 325 Foster, Christopher A. -----493 Foster, Donna Louise ------ 199 Foster, Rose Dye -------.- 493 Foster, Sullavan S. ---. 470, 493 Foster, Tad Stevenson. 238, 493 Fawkes, William Martin ---. 224 Fowler, Karen Lee -------- 186 Fowler, Richard -.--...--. 227 Fox, Barbara Coe 192, 320, 391 Fox, Robert Dwayne ----. -242 Fax, Terrie Lynn ----- 204, 341 Foy, Marsha Nadine ----- -337 Fractman, Sandra Jo --196, 321 Fraker, Leslie Helen ------ 372 Frakes, James William 470, 473, 493 Frame, Susan Elizabeth. ---- 186 Franchini, Gregory L. - ---- 349 Francis, Homer Lee ------. 493 Francis, John Percy ------- 212 Francis, Robert Wiliam ---- 351 Frangos, Pamela Kay ------ 326 Frank, Arthur Jesse ------- 230 Frank, Marilyn Kay ------. 370 Franklin, Benjamin B. 124, 493 224, Franklin, Richard C. -----. 368 Franks, John Milan ---218, 385 Frascati, Mabel Freida - ---494 Frascana, Oliver Ezard 242, Fraterman, Eric - .---- ---- - Frazee, Nancy Louise --180, Frazier, Julia Quintard ---- 475 242 385 178 Frederick, Charles H. ------ 494 Frederick, Michael John --174, 242 ee eter Llo d -303 Fr P y -------- Freel-iling, Leslie Diane 182, Freeman, Jane Elizabeth -- Freeman, Roxanne ---, 173, -332 178 Freese, Kenneth William --351, 475 Frey, Karen Lynn - ------- -202 Frickel, Theodore R. ----.- Frickey, Steven Todd ----- Friday, Kathryn Lynn --196, Fried, Jessica Ann ------- Fried, Margaret Gene ---- Fried, Nancy Caryl ------ Friedlob, Raymond Louis - Friedlund, John Burr -.238, -494 . 270 367 . 320 -200 -494 -494 494 Friedman, Helene Joyce --334 Friedman, Jonathan Jay - Friedman, Linda Ellen 108, 450, 451 Friedman, Reva Sylvia 200, Frink, Michael Dexter ---. Frink, Patricia Edward --- 237 383, 329 -223 -278 Frisk, Carol Lau ise -....--- 369 Fritz, David Matthew ---- -299 Fritz ,Frederick C. -....--- 244 Fritz, Mary Stevens --194 Fritz, Rose Ann -------- L-494 Frohlich, Dennis Ray ----- Fry, Christine E. - --.- 184, Fry, Henry Wellington 235, Frymire, Polly Ann ---- 196 Fugate, Elizabeth Anne --J Fuiimoto, Harry Hesashi --- 387 -360 334 494 465 -494 -494 Fuiita, Ichiro John -------- 345 Fuller, Guy Brent -------- Fuller, Johnna Lou ------ Fuller, Ralph Bath ---- 241, Fulton, Gerald Logan ..--- Fundingsland, Ronald L. -- -228 -494 494 -350 -220 Fundingsland, Stephen R. --220, 385 Furman, Carol K. ---- - ---- 327 G Gabelman, Calvin Philip ---363 Gaebler, Francis Xavier ---- 345 Gagnon, Sandra Ann --181 494 Gain, Judith Kathryn ...- 6-184 Galbraith, Geoffrey T, 351 , Gale, Marita Jeanne ------ 390 331 Gallagher, Linda Donlon ---184 Galloway, James Jordan -- -494 Gamblin, J ill Susan ------. 209 Gampell, Jennifer Anne --- -330 Gant, Linda Kay .-------- 192 Gorbarino, Judy Rae --186, 494 Garber, Lynn ------------- 494 Garcia, Bonnie ----------- 494 Gard, Paul, Jr. ----------- 494 Gardell, Cecily Ann -------182 Gardenswartz, Beth Z. 331, 338 Gardenswartz, H. Wayne ---237 Gardner, Charles R. Ill 108, 277, 278, 494 Gardner, Elizabeth L. ----- Gardner, James Lee --473, 223, -343 494 Gardner, Nacy Le --------- 196 Gardner, Sharon Lee - -----. 327 se 182 Gardner, Susan Loui 494 Gardenia, Andrew Philip -1-353 Gargan, Kathleen Ann 338, Garland, Catherine E. --188, Garner, Jesse Dale ---- 194, Garrett, Mary K. ---------- Garrett, Michael Jess 242, 342 374 494 199 475 Garrett, Norwood L., Jr. ---- 359 Garrison, Jennifer Anne -.-- 324 Gartland, Maureen .----- --193 Garver, Mary Catherine --- Garvey, Margaret ---- 172, Garvey, Paula Gabrielle 178 -447 192 329 Gary, Michael Anthony 230,'474, 494 Gassner, Louis C, Ill -----. 363 Gates, James Preston --119, Gaw, David Burchard ----- Gay, Deanna Elizabeah --- 128 345 Gates, John Edward ------- -218 -494 Gay, Tana Ercella -------. 327 Gayer, Paul Thilo ------- Gdalman, Kathryn Ann 186, Gebalo, Samir Gebala E. -- -242 324 -406 Gebauer, Susan Marie - ---- 184 Gebhardt, Barbara Lynn ---192 Gebhart, Larry Reed --359, 470 Gee, Pamela Anne -------- 331 Geesey, Gill Gregory ----- Geier, John Leslie ------- -250 -494 Geiger, Brooks Anthony ---- 360 Geiger, John Paul -.-.- -- Geiken, Janice E. -------- Geisler, Victor Marvin 241, -244 -447 300 Geist, Freddie Frank --.--- 359 Gelber, John Lewis ---230, 494 Geller, Jay Hardiee ----.---389 Gelperin, Ellen Doris --204, Gemmill, Nancy Jean'--180, Genaro, Laura Josephine - Genchur, John Arthur ---- Gentle, John Stephen ----- Gentry, Sara Christine 104, 180 George, Bennett Lee -.--. George, Susan Linda ...--. George, Twylo Beth --208, George, Wiliam Roger --- Georgeson, George Alan -- Gerber, Ruth Anne -----.- Gerety, Paulette ------ 181, Gerhardt, Donald John --- German, James Jay ---.- Gerou, Nancy E. ------ 320, 327 331 -372 -346 -350 170, -286 1 78 387 -475 -494 -494 494 -363 -4 75 427 Gertig, John King --------- 346 Gertig, Joseph Frank ----- Geyer, Andrea Marian 188, 455 Ghertner, Douglas Neil 237, Giauque, Sharolyn ------- -494 370, 432 -494 Gibbens, Thomas Myron --238, 286 Gibbs, Lynda Grey -------- 330 Gibson, Diane Patricia ---- 336 Gibson, Ethan John ------ -474 Gibson, Jacqueline ------.. 324 Gibson, James Sherwood -- Gibson, Martha Clark ---- Gibson, Mary Lee ------- Giddings, Brooke --------- Giebink, James Conrad --- -494 -329 -494 -325 -242 -322 Ginsberg, Aloyne Beth .,.. Glinkman, William Louis --346 327, Goodfellow, Janice E. --123, Grund, Donna Mary C. .... 193 475 Grad , Mary Virginia ..., --334 Gift, Jill Suzanne ,,....... 186 Gilbert, Jane Elizabeth ..... 196 Gilbert, Leon Joseph ...,,.. 242 Gilbert, Leslie Ann .... 194, 319 Gile, Douglas Lee ...,,,... 350 Giles, Stephanie Ann ...,,, 335 Gillette, Warren, Jr. - ..,... 250 Gilley, James Fountain .,... 306 Gillis, Merilynn Rosina ----494 Gilmore, Judy Kathleen ...A 188 Gilmore, Mary Laverne .... 196 Gilstrap, David Victor ...s, 373 Gindling, Mary E. ......., 344 Ginn, Denise Rae .,....,, 178 Ginsberg, Sara Ellen ...... -494 Gitlitz, Linda Colet .,.. ---184 188 Givens, Susan Marie --170, 385, 472 1 Glaeske, Lynne Alissa ..... 331 Glaser, Marilyn ......-. ---200 Glassman, Susan Lynn ..... Glaze, Nancy McCloine 181, Gleason Geor e Ste hen ---232 1 Q D 1 Gleason, Joseph Randall -- 354 ' erstin Mar oret Gleim, K Q --- Glick, Barbara Jane .....,. 353, 325 200 Glidden, Gail Ann ..,. - .... 209 Glidden, William M. ....., -475 Gloy, Thomas Henry ...,.. 1315! Gluck, Frederick George -- 242, 475 Glynn, Robert Joseph ..., --222 Godbe, James Ross ........ 360 Godbold, Evelyn Holmes es., 31 2938 Goddard, Barbara Jean 196, 390 Goddard, Karel Kay --182, Godfrey, Alan Barclay .... Godfrey, Donna Hutzel --- 330 -494 - 494 Godley, Barbara Kaye .,.,. 343 Godsman, Carroll E. .....,. Godwin, Floyd Marcus ...L 327 -286 Goeddel, Joan Kay ....... 370 Goedert, Sheila Lee .....A. 322 Goehl, Patricia Lynn ...... 334 Goellnitz, Herman, Jr. ,,... 348 Goetzmon, Patricia Ann .... 369 Goff, Clifford Bryan -- ..,s Goff, Ellen Marie ...,. 194, Gott, Kenneth Porter ....,. Goff, Nancy Hunyadi --460, Gold, Susan Leslie .....,. Goldberg, Abraham Harry - Goldberg, Eric Robert ss.. Goldberg, Larr Zelig ..,,. Golden, Mar Katherine --- -494 344 241 494 -200 -237 -362 -246 -447 Golden, Paul, John --.-.--. 302 Goldfine, Linda Boyle 200, 391 334, Golding, Christian D. ------ 232 Goldsmith, Joan Gardner ---327 Gol I, Beverly Joeann ----. -494 Gollehon, Coretta --------- 344 Gomez, Dale Thomas ----- Gonding, Robert Lee --.-- Gonzales, Abel Kenneth -- Gonzalez, Paul P. ------- Good, Candace Lou --181, Goodhart, Elizabeth J. ----. Gooding, Lynn Deane .--- -308 -423 -494 -4 96 366 194 199 -496 Goodman, Frances Meryle --331 Goodman, John Paul ----- -496 Goodman, Linda Jean .--- -496 Goodnight, Gary Warren - 368 -248, Goodnight, Janice Kay ---- 206 Goodrich, Herbert Allen ---227 Goodwin, Christine L. ------ 343 Goodwin, Jacqueline J. --- -496 Gordh, Martina E. -------- 319 Gordon, Maurice Ivan -..---496 Gordon, Patti Ellen -------- 344 Goren, Phyllis Suzanne 332, 384 Gorenstein, Leonard N. ----237 Gorman, James Lawrence --238, 363 Goshi, Vincent Sadao ----- Goss, David Earl --------- -496 -242 Gotta, James Frederick ..-- 345 Gottlieb, Robert D. ----..- 237 Gottlieb, Stuart ------..-.. 305 Gouger, Garry Lawrence -- Gould, Helen Clark ---186 , Govan, Barbara Lynn ------ Gavernski, Kathleen J. --- Gowans, Robert Angus --- Graber, George Moore ---- Grabow, Georgia Kay .--- -247 331 343 -496 -365 -242 -369 Grace, Daniel Gregory ----. 373 Grace, Joyce Elaine -------188 Graffi William Alex ---- -- Graham, Daniel Earl --250, Graham, Judith Ann --194, Graham, Martha Louise 181, Graham, Richard Joseph -- 286, 302 -362 475 324 387 214, Graham, Robert Patrick ---- 130 Granberg, Gerald Lawson - -248 Grange, Shirley ------. 373, 496 Grant, Nancy Jane ---206, 319 Grantham, Lillian Anne ---194 Granville, James E. --.-.-- 241 Grass, Michael William ---- 218 Grossman, Dan Thomas ---358 Graves, Ca ral Ann --.- 370, 496 Graves, Mollie Frey ---- ---335 Graves, Steven Scott ------ Gray, Charles lll --------- Gray, Linda Joyce ------- Gray, Robert A len, Jr. 242, Gray, Sheila Ann ----.---- 270 368 447 346 -447 Gray, William Rolland ---- .532 Grays, Harovel ----..----- 334 Green, Daniel Edmund ----- 429 Green, Edward Adolph 214, 415 Green, Gary Irwin -------- 496 Green, lsaac --..--- -.. -... 360 Green, Janie ----.---- ----184 Green, John Loring -------- 235 Green, Larry Ervin ---- .---496 Green, Linda May 104, 182, 391 Green, Patricia Ann ------.324 Green, Robert Miller --235, 346, 408 Greenamyer, Jill ---,----- 178 Greenberg, Louis Eugene --384, 439, 496 Greenberg, Lynn Bari ------ 332 Greenblatt, Phill David ----237 Greene, Edward Albert ----. 261 Greene, Jonny Joyce ------ 193 Greene, Kenneth Lee 496, 496 Greene, Roger Lee ---.--. 218, -496 Greening, Paul Edward ----- 248 Greenlee, Ann Sinton ------ 186 Greenlee, Virginia P. ------- 186 Greenwald, Carol Ann -.-- Greenwood, Daniel Barry -- -496 -250 Greenwood, Janet Ruth ---- 192 Greer, Charles Berry --270, 388, 496 Gregg, Carol n --.-.--.------ Gregg, Elizabeth Love 178, 327 Gregg, Linda Kay -------- 192 Gregg, Nancy Jane -.------ 341 Greiggry, Robert Windham 241, 6 Greiner, Judith Lane --...- 366 Greslin, Frances Lynn --178, 320 Gribben, Kathleen --------- 184 -212 203, Gridley, Jack Allen -.-- --- Griep, Carole Jean -------- 335 Grieve, Barbara Ann --186, 432 Griffey, Mary Jennifer 196, 330 Griffin, Dan Gilbert --..-.- 532 Griffin, Nancy ..--.-.----- 321 Griffin, Patricia Ann ------ 184 Griffin, Sally Starr -------- 325 Griffith, John W., Jr. -.--- 242 Griffith, Mary Margaret ----199 Griffith, Robert C. - --223, 282 Grigg, Susan Elizabeth - ---320 Grilley, Patricia Ruth --203, 329 460 Grimes, Nancy Louise ----- Grimm, Clyde Lee -------. 218 Grimm, Linda Marie -.-. --496 Grisham, Marty Joe ------- 455 Grof, David Duane ------- -227 Gross, Cynthia -----.----.. 188 Gross Janet ---------- ---.370 Gross, John Richard ----- -348 -244 Gross, Kenneth H, ------ -- Gross, Larry Nicholas ----. 374 Grossman, Eric Jay ------- -346 Grossman, Sharon Ann ----- 343 Groteluschen, Joan JM. -------- Groth, Michael David -----. 362 Groves, Carol Lee --- 199 Grudis, John William --.-- . 356 Gruenert, Dano Lee -----.- Grunder, Sydney Kathryn -- -320 -370 Grundy, Gordon William ---496 Grunewald, Kathryn Ann --127, 128, 387 Gualtieri, Janice E. --------369 Gudmundsen, Elsie Lee 181, 385 Guilford, Robert Wilson ----496 Gullette, William R. ------ -244 Gunning, Kathryn Jean ---- 182 Gunnufson, Barry Kent ----351 Gunther, Dennis Henry ----345 Guthrie, Ronald Dean --.-- 346 Gvirtz, Janice Elaine -.---- 200 H Hasgensen, Robert Varco --301, Haase, Gwendolyn Anne ----336 Haase, Joseph John -----. 373 Haase, Marilee Ellen -----. 341 Haavind, Norman Dale -.-. 354 Haber, Marilyn ------- 194, 344 Haberkorn, Dennis J. ----- 350 Haberzetle, James Duane --496 Hack, Louise Yvonne ------ 372 Hackathorn, Carol Sue ---- 447 Hacker, Gretchen 188, 385, 465 Haegele, Glenn Rowland ---5481 Hafleigh, Heather Diane -- 320 Hagan, Larry Warren ------ 345 Hoge, William Alan ---..- Hageboeck, Anne ---- 178, Hagen, George Leon --- -. Hagin, Lisa Ann -- ---- 181 Hagius, Carol Jean ------ I -341 Hagood, James Mitchell --- Hail, Jean Sharon ---- 182, Hail, Johni Mitchell ----- -- -244 496 350 385 222 387 235 Hail, Mary Jean --------- 366 329 Haines, Nancy Kramer ---. Hale, Daniel Roger ------- 532 Hale Sandra Lea --------- 334 Hole: wade Richard --394, Hale, William David -.---- 496 218 Haley, Dennis Le Roy --.... 356 Haley, Margaret Louise --.. 184 Haley, Paul Henry -------- 346 Haley, Susanne Marie 188, 341 Hall, Arvo Michael -------. 358 Hall, Christopher L. ------- 218 Holl, Kathlyn Ann ---- 367, 496 Hall, Patricia Ann ----.--- 330 Hall, Sandra Ann -------- Hall, Sandra Kay --6 ---- - Halpern, David l. ----- ..-- Homamoto, Glenda Miyako -330 -342 -345 332 Hambric, Donna R. Reed ---428 Hamil, John Lawrence 131, 532 Hamil, Judi Frieda -------- 370 Hamilton, Abbey Gail - ---- 196 Hamilton,' Carol Jane ---.-- 369 Hamilton, James Arnold ---119 Hamilton, Pamela ---- 385, 194 Hamilton, Susan Jane 203, 330 Hamm, Charles Robert ll --246 Hamm, Gabriella Anno ---.337 Hamm, John Henry Ill 224, 496 Hamm, Robert Dole ------ 474 Hammar, Norman Lind ---- 244 Hammel, Richard Warren 238, 496 Hammer, James Lawrence --228 Hammes, Anne Marie ----- 341 Hammett, Raymond Lee ---270 Hammond, Harry Mark ---475 Hammond, Philip Robert ---230 Hammond, Susan Jean 184, 465 Hamner, Wendy Sue --178, 496 Hampton, Meredith L. ---- 329 Hamren, Jerome Arthur ---- 358 Hand, Donald Ray -------- 496 Handler, Alan Jay -------- 237 Handy, Marsha Lou .. ------ 199 Hanes, Cathy Winifred 178, 329 Honey, Richard Lee, Jr. ---235 Haney, Stephen Joseph ---. 212 Hanks, Margie Beth ------ 336 Hangey, John Charles 228, 465, 4 Hanley, Sharon Ann ---.--- 369 Hansen, Cheryl Ann --199, 325 Hansen, David Russell ----- 532 Hansen, Jacqueline Rae 186,325 Hansen, Jeanie Marie 178, 497 Hansen, Jerry Lee ---- 349, 497 Hansen, Kristine J. -------- 330 Hansen, Linda Ann --181, 385 Hansen, Linda Margaret ---497 Hansen, Lynne Marie ------ 319 Ha-nshew, Hazel De Ann ---327 Hansley, Paula Lynn 172, 186, 383, 497 Hanson, Janice Louise --.-- 186 Hanson, Sharron Marie -.-. 334 Hapeman, Holly Grace ---- 184 Harada, Stanley Dean 227, 346 Harberts, Linda Jane ----- 184 Harbey, Matthew John ---- 270 Harbour, James William ---308 Hardwick, Carol Ann --203, 340 Hardwick, Charles C. lll --532 Hardy, Katherine ---- 188, 465 Hariu, Michele Joan --188, 342 Harlan, Dena Rae ----.--. 184 Harmer, Pamela Anne ---- 334 Harmon, Dennis Jerome ---- 375 Harmon, James Edward -.-- 212 Harmon, Linda Beverly 194, 497 Harms, Richard William - -217 Harnish, Judith Lynnore 188, 331 Hornish, Victoria Diane ---- 324 Harper, Glenn Nesbit, Jr. --408 Harper, Roniece Anne 184, 330 Harpstrite, Jerry C. -------- 224 Harr, Susan Margaret 184, 366 Harrington, Dale L. ---244, 360 Harrington, Miah Lee ----- 196 Harrington, Nancy S. --184, 369 Harris, Bruce Robertson ---- 358 Harris, Charles B. ---- ---- 4 97 Harris, Esther E. ---------- 325 Harris, James Robert ---.-- 346 Harris, James Samuel ------ 346 Harris, Jeffrey Ketcham 302, 475 Harris, Kathleen , --------- 206 Harris, Linda Louise ------ 497 Harris, Rodney William ---- 270 Harris, Sondra Kay ---196, 497 Harris, Samuel Noble ----. 270 Harris, Suzan Kay -------- 188 Harrison, Karen --109, 319, 386 Harshman, Frank James ---228 Hart, Courtney Ann --.--.- 194 HaiQ0Meredith Ann --206, 340, Hartberg, Janis Dorothy ---188 Hartford, Linda Lynn -----. 320 Hartley, Joanne Marie ----- 186 Hartman, Diana Fern ----- -338 Hartman, Gary Joseph 223, 497 Hartman, Harold Raymond 497 Harvey, Grace Walker 196, 321 Harvey, Joan Glass --- ---178 Harvey, Linda Marie --331, 412 Harvey, Nancy - --327, 450 Haske 1, Edwin Halbert ----475 Hassrick, Judith .------.-. 194 Hatch, Marilyn Anne ------ 193 Hatch, Royce Alton ------- 206 Hatchell, Steven James ---- 362 Hathorn, Lawrence M. ---. 230 Hatton, Joyce Kay ------- -497 Houck, Shelagh Peggy ----340 Haug, Svein Martin - ---- -497 Hauptman, Paul Ronald ----222 Hauptmann, Gregory Lee --- 305 Hauser, Barbara Suzanne --186, 497 Hauser, Louise Sylvia --204, 341 Hausmann, Maxine Elaine --497 Havens, Jacklyn Jo -------- 342 Hawkins, Mary Kay ------ 329 Hawkinson, Susan Linda ---209 Hawley, Elizabeth H. 206, Hawley, William H., Jr. --- 320 -532 Hoy, Lester Leonard, Jr. --218, 470, 497 Hay, Mary Jane - -.------- 372 Haycraft, Gordon Lowell ---350 Hayden, Brian Douglas ---- 133 Hayes, Daniel Kent -----.- 217 Hayes, Linnell Diane --- ---196 Hayes, Pamela Ann 170, 184, 498 Hayes, Patricia H. -------. 186 Haynes, Orrin Kent ------- 356 Haynes, Richard Arlow ---- 495 Haynes, Sharon Ann ------ 331 338 Hays, Meredith Kaye --332, Hayward, Daniel Stewart --243, 348, 475 Hayzlett, Dennis Clark 474, 498 Hazard, Betty Louise ------ 498 1 78 Healy, Susan -- -------- --- Heanue, John Paul, Jr. ---459 Heard, Joseph Wayne 243, 475 Heard, Lise .--- --------.- 3 27 Heard, Susan Jean -.-----. 447 Hearn, Hamilton Dale, Jr. --475 Heath, Bruce Edgar ------- 270 Heath, Linda Mary ---- ----326 Heath, Heaton, Teresa Elaine ------ 1 B4 Robert Main -----. 365 Heaton, William Arch ----- 365 Heavener, Jere --- ---- --- -498 Hebert, Nanette Keener 193,498 Hobson, Sallie B. --------- Hechenbleikner, C. L. ---- Heckman, Hugh Maxwell -- -196 -199 -475 Hecomovich, Michael Roy --305 Hedberg, Dania Louise --- Heffron, Mark ----.------ Hehn, Nancy Scott ------ Heimon, Shirley Ann --200, Heimbaugh, Patricia M. -- Heimrich, Sherry Jo .----- Hein, Louella Jean ---123, -196 -373 -498 498 -324 -325 1 86 Hein, Marvin Carl -------- 220 498 Hein, Richard Alan ---428, Hein, Robert Eldar - ----- - -498 Heinrichs, Frederick W. --.- 345 Heinz, Marsha Annette -.-- 384 Heiser, Michael Joseph ---- Heiss, Glenda Jo ------ 85, Heitman, Cheryl Loraine --173, 182, 498 Heitman, Christopher L. ---243 Heitman, Craig Smith ----- 470 Heizer, Martha Elaine ---- 335 Held, John Henry --------- Helferich, Betty L. ---- 178, Hellbusch, Ronald Allen -- Heller, Arlen Keith ------- -498 -237 Heller, Frederick C. ------ -218 Helleg, Laurence Samuel --237, 49 Heller, Lawrence Howard ---498 Heller, Robert Joel -------- 237 Helmer, David Alan ------- Helseth, David Carl --470, 228 472 Hemmeter, Sally Newton --182 Hemphill, Gloria Yvonne --- Henderson, Mary ... ---199, -459 Hendricks, Elizabeth H. ---- 325 Henderson, Sharon Mina --323 336 Hendrickson, Susan E. 206, Hendrix, Joseph Morton 474 498 i-ienken, Tyler Allen --...- ' -346 Henneman, Thomas M. ---354 Hennig, Susan Mokay ---- Henninger, Ernest Henry -- Henninger, Russell A., Jr. - -498 -474 -286 Henry, David Walcoee -------- Henry, Douglas Robert ----. 360 Henry, James Karl 238, 346 Henry, Kevin John ------ f -243 Henr , Patrick Milbum ---- 498 Henshaw, Joan Elizabeth - -447 Henson, Robert Alon ------ 363 Henteleff, Harvey B. --349, 389 Heppes, Janet Dorothy ---- 368 Herbison, Kathleen M. ---- 186 Herbst, Howard Paul 243, 474, 465 Hermsmeyer, Norris W. --- 289, -475 Herndon, Herbert Ray --... 359 Herrald, Gordon A. ---214, 302 Herrera, James Louis ------ 363 Herrmann, Katherine ----. 209 Hersey, Sandro Sue ---188, 329 Herstein, Victor Noah ----- 434 Hertel, Michael Monroe ---498 Herzberger, Mariorie A. ---- 199 Herzig, Michael Robert --- Hess, Ronald Kenneth ---- -439 -498 Heuga, James Frederick ---282 Hewett, Karen Elaine ------ 329 Heydt, William Roland ---- 270 Hiatt, Joan Elizabeth ------ 321 Hickcox, David Hunter 232, 470 Hickey, Mary Marjorie --.- 196 Hicks, Vaughn Lee -------- 370 Hidahl, Jack Warren L. ---498 Hiester, Richard Blake 232, 351 Higby, Donald Wayne, Jr. --473 Higby, James Eugene, Jr. --232 Higgins, Karen Lynn ---. --334 Higgins, Michael Gene .--. 349 Hightower, Scott Edwin 130, 498 Hilbert, Thomas Jay ------ 346 Hildebrand, Cynthia Ann ---331 Hildebrandt, Helen L. 421, 498 Hill, John Roger ---------- 499 Hill, Johnny Lee ---------- 498 Hill, R obert Gordon ---- ---235 -363 Hill, Roger Alan ------ --- Hill, Susan Caywood ---.-- 372 Hill, Terry Rex -.-------- 5 -212 45 499 385 William Anders ,..,, 286 Harchiaf, Katherine G, 123: Haifenhaw, Jay Donald ---. Jarmon, Robert Wattis ..,.. 244 Jane gephenson --- Hill, William B. Ill -- -----475 Hillerman, Braxton Lee ---.345 Hillerud, Caroline Case Hillock, Wayne Delbert Hills, Duane Edward .,..e,. 368 Hillway, Richard A. ...... ----372 ----499 -295 Hilsan, Sandra Carol --193, 319 Hilton, Jon Ray ..,... ----216 Hindin, Harris ....... -236, 384 Hindman, Richard Austin ---499 Hinds, Alexander Thomas --214 Hinds, Kristin Gretchen .... 334 Hiner, Judith Anne ----329, 391 Hines, Anne Linden ........ 188 H ines, H mes De Ann Hill ...... -499 Hinkebein, Paul Joseph ,a.. 345 Hinn, Karen Elizabeth ..... 181 Hinson, Virginia Ruth ..... 499 Hinton, Ronald Edwin .b... 243 Hirabayashi, Timothy ..., --499 Hire, Deborah Maxson 193, Hiroki, Wanda Leilani 181, Hirschman, Bonnie Sue --- I-iirah, Hilary M. K. --181, 499 Hitchcock, Victress M. .... Hite, Richard Garth ...,. - 344 326 -325 472, -335 -346 Hix Robert Joseph .,.,..., 362 Hielm, Victor Stewart c,..a... Hladky, Ann Louise --329 , 391 Hoagland, Penelope S. ...c 327 Hobbie, William Wallace i-lashing, William Thomas 55243 363 Hobbs, Alan Lawrence ----232 Hobbs, Gary Paul ,,., --- Hoch, David Stuart --220, -232 499 Hack, Elizabeth Rogers ----322 Hock, Karin Moore ..s,. ---321 Hodge, Richard Everett c.,c 248 Hodges, Angelo E. Ill 470, Hodges, Rebecca Julia ..... 321 472 Hodges Richard Paul -----365 391 Haagesj Sally Jean 181, 320 Hodgson, Fred Mc C. ..... I Hodson, Eric Staf .,..... -240 -474 Hoehl, Mary Louise -----.- 329 Hoellwarth, Craig W. ----- 360 Hoerlein, James Alvin ---- 368 Hoerlein, Robert Wilson ---- 362 Hoeschler, James W. ------ Hoese, Patricia Jo 186, 499 Hoffbauer, Marsha Anne -6- Hoffer, Betsy Harper ----- -98 459 331 -499 Hoffman, Carol Anne ------ 188 Hoffman, Carolyn Jean ----325 Hoffman, James D. III ----214 Hoffman, David Ray 242, 384, 499 Hoffman, Monica Mingo ---335 Hoffman, Sharon Jean ---- 186 Hoffner, Newell Scott ----- 346 Hoffschneider, Larry A. ---- 299 Hogan, Gisela Barrie ------178 H0991 Michael David 227, 389 Hoiby, Linda Marie --188, 387 Hokanson, John Victor ---.270 Holcomb, Mary Nancy 181, 329 Holgzrd, Thomas William --248, 4 5 Holland, Mary Priscilla 181, 472 Holland, Michael Gene .,--.212 Hollandsworth, Gary W. -- 475 Hollis, Emily Sue ---.-- -- 233, -499 Hollister, Barbara L. ----- -499 Hollister, Roger Stuart 243, Holloway, Wittich D., Jr. - Holman, Eloise Linden 181, 546 302 -474 499 Holme, Barbara Friel ----- Halme, Richard P. ----131, Holmes, Barbara Mae 186, Holmes, Barbara Ruth --- -499 532 460 -499 Holmes, Gregory F. -----. -305 Holmes, Horace Burbank - 475 -218, Holmes, Jennifer Lyle -----184 Holmes, Richard Frank ---. 282 Holmes, Roger Franklin -- 116, 499 101, Holper, Barbara Jean -----340 1-lolschuh, Janet Louise 178, 326 Holste, Carol Lynn -------- 196 Holt, Lucianne ------- 186, Holt, Sara Sabin -.---- 194, Holtan, Linda Marlene . -- Homerick, Richard C. 233, Homewood L nn 319 356 327 , Y -f.f- ---- Homsher, Charlotte Dawn --322 Hon, James Dean -------- 224 Honegger, Arthur H. ----- . Honnoll, Janice Rae --206, Hook, James Richard ---- Hooker, Howard H. Il ---- 224 319 -499 -349 Hooper, Joel Clark -------350 Hoopes, Barbara Jean 182, Hoover, Elizabeth Young -- 194, 385 Hoover, Harwood, Jr. --250, Hope, Leighton A., Jr. ---- 385 126, 474 238 Hopkins, Antoinette -------325 Hopkins, Diana Wood ---- . Hooper, Roslyn Carol ----- Hopple, Diane Lorraine ---. Horberg Anders Lee --224 Horn, Teresa Ann ---..-- Horner, Leslie Miles 133, 450, 499 Horner, Michael John --350 Horst, John Russell ------- I -355 368 374 206 385 186 343 199, 472 Horton, Cheryl Ann ------- 178 Horton, Sharon Lee ---. ---- 182 Horvat, Judith Marie --..---334 Horvath, Robbe Kim ------ 308 Hosack, Robert Gayle ----- 295 Houghton, Warren Thomas 286 Houpt, Bryce Roberts - -.-- 360 Houpt, Hazel Lenore ------ 326 House, Rita Joyce ---- 204, 329 Houston, Suzanne G. ------370 Houston, Vern Lynn ----- --351 Howard, Edson Robert -.-. -374 Howard, Frank Phelps 121, 174, 220 Howard, Isaac Lee ------.. 305 Howard, Jerry Don ------- 452 Howe, Richard Church ---- -499 Howell, Edward Burton 228, 297 Howell, Julia Gadbury ----. 370 Howenstine, Judy Ann - ---- 331 Howerton, James Phillip ----241 Howk, Merla Rae -------. 342 Howlett, Claude A. ---..---235 Hribar, Neal Edward --373, 499 Hroza, Susan Anne ------- 499 Hubbard, Gardiner G. --.-- 362 Hubbard, Philip Du Bois ---303 Huckfeldt, Vaughn E. ----- 499 Huddle, Anita Alice - --.--- 341 Hudleson, Lavonna Belle ---499 Hudson, Frederick W. ------ 499 Hudson, Marcella Lee ---.- 184 Hudson, Robert Weir, Jr. ---233 Huff, Linda Elizabeth -----320 Huffaker, Thomas A. ------ 499 Huffman, Ward Stephens --224 Hughes, Barbara ----- 178, 500 Hughes, Dan Sidney -----. 10 Hughes, David Allen ------474 Hughes, Jeanne Ellen -----L85 Hughes, Kay Lee ----- 331, Hughes, Nancy Jean ------ 182 Hughes, Susan Paquita 184, Hugo, Craig Reynolds ---- Hull, Dathel Lois ------86, Hulse, David George ----- S00 -345 367 -248 Hulse, Marillyn Louise ----- 188 Hultgen, William J. ll ----500 Hultin, Barbara Ann --182, 450 Hultman, Pamela Marie ---196 Hultman, Patricia Linda ---184 Hume, Joseph Randy ---- -363 Hume, Richard Paul ------ Hunt, Gail Patricia ---178, Hunt, James Quentin ---- Hunt, John Coates ---241, Hunt, Larry Keith ------- - 222 500 -358 Hunt, Richard Lowell ------ 500 Hunter, Jackie Ann ------- 322 Hunter, Paul Richard ----- Huntoon, Rebecca Susan - 387 -250 186, Hcpp, Patience Elaine ---- 332 Hurlburt, Thomas Hugh -- -222 Hurley, Sheila Kae -------- 337 Hurst, John Thomas ------ 500 Hurt, John Allison ------- .500 Hustead, Cindy Crow -----. 385 Hutchens, John Wayne 223, 385, 465 D Hutchinson, Craig R. ------243 Hutchinson, George B., Jr. --391 Hutchinson, Lloyd M., Jr. --306 Hutter, Wallis Mary ------ Hutton, Roger Luis -.---- - Huxel, Hyams, Hyatt, Hyink, Hynes, Hynes, Robert Charles ---- Ronald -.247, Ellen L. Fawkes --- Bruce Edwin ------- 500 194 350 -238 465 -447 306 Bernard Daxon ---- 220 Patricia Ann ------ 327 I lacono, Jeanne Marie -----343 Iagmin, Paula Jean ------ lcke, Virginia Kathryn 182, ldeen, Candice Clare ------ -330 500 33 1 lmada, Leslie Bud ---------233 lmamura, Morton Toshio --362 lmes, Diann Lee --.- -----329 lmig, Mary Dell ---- .-126, 194 -372 -475 -475 Ingalls, Kathleen Ann ---.- 184 lnghram, Carlyle Jean 194, 391 Ingles, Janis ynn ------- Inglis, Alan Lee - -------- Inglis, Jon Paul -------- lnkyo, Stanle Sadao - ---- Innes, lnouye, Clinton Wayne 270, lnsinger, Robert John .--- -500 -332 475 -224 lringan, Rita Marion ------ 321 500 Irish, Ralph Michael ----- Irvine, Stanley Raymond -- Irwin, Hale Spencer, Jr. 228, 300 -228 270, Irwin, James Ross ---- 218, Irwin, J can Tracy ---- ---- 500 130 208 Irwin, Kathleen Sue --125, Isaacson, Sue Ann ------- Isaak, Marilyn Lee -------- 332 lthomitis, Thressa Ann --- Ito, Linda Johnson -- ----- lverts, Dace -. ----------- -341 lverts, Janis, Jr. ---------- 358 lwai, W Ivy, Grad? Duane, Jr. il red Kiyashi ----- J -200 -332 -329 - ---- 305 -532 Jack, Donna Jan ---- ---340 Jackson, Gary Lavern ------ 500 Jackson, Gary Monroe ---- 428 Jackson, Joan Karen ------ 500 Jackson, Ric Thomas ------ 389 Jackson, Ruth Elaine ------ 340 Jackson, Sharron Lee S. ---369 Jackson, Thomas Charles ---227 Jacober, Gordon W. ------ 214 Jacobs, Ellen Jo ----- 203, 330 Jacobson, Oddy -- .-....-- 500 Jacobsmeyer, Mary V. ---- 368 Jacobson, Ann Louise ----- 500 Jacobson, Grant Bernard ---354 Jacobson, John Adrian 222, 391 Jacobson, Mark Charles ---- 246 Jacobson, Sandra C. -----. 369 Jacques, Arthur C. ---1222, 360 Jaeger, Patricia Lea ------ 384 Jaffe, Russell ..-. ---... - -238 Jaffer, Nancy Ellen ---.---369 James, Barbara Ann --206 331 James, Bruce Allen - -----. 220 James, Carolyn Sue --117, 188, 383 James, Donna Susanne ---. 325 James, Glenn Edward, Jr. --500 James, Gordon Charles ---. 390 Jarbeau, Richard Wildin --243, 362, 390 Jaunarais, Visvaldis ------ 500 Javernick, Anthony J. ----- 302 Jeffries, Erle Con, Jr. ------ 500 Jeike, Erika Helga -------- 336 Jelliff, Marilyn --.----. ---331 Jend, Kathryn Ilene ---203, 500 Jenkins, Michael David ----360 Jenkins, Patricia L. ---206, 387 Jenkins, Robert Steven ---- 214 Jenkins, Rodney Jack ----. 368 Jenkins, Thomas Wayne ---308 Jennings, Nancy Ruth ----- 209 Jenny, Carolyn Gay -.----. 330 Jensen, Barbara Marie ----460 Jensen, Frances Marie 123, 178 Jensen, Garrett Lynn ------ 354 Jensen, James Alfred ----- 470 Jensen, Karen Anne ---. ---332 Jensen, Kenneth Martin ---- 500 Jensen, Kevin Trygue ------ 305 Jensen, Patricia Ann -----. 326 Jersin, Mary Ann --------- 186 Jewell, Judith Ann --115, 172, 208, 383, 500 Jewell, Martha Jeane ------500 Johnson, Donna Rae --450, Jewell, Nancy Lynn ........ 188 Jeynes, J inbo, E Gordon F., Jr 223 stelle Sumiyo --.---326 Jindra, Linda Lee J,J,.A ..--331 Johnson, Johnson, Ann Lord .... 189 Johnk, William Alan ------248 Albin Kenneth ---500 500 Johnson, Barry Meredith ---230 Johnson, Carol Ann .o..... 340 Johnson, Carol Sue ---193, 460 Johnson, Charles Napier ---500 Johnson, Charlotte Mary --325 Johnson, Cynthia Brown ---196 Johnson, Dale Sherwood ---500 Johnson, Debra L. ......-- Johnson, Eugene A. --252, Johnson, Frank Erwin --302, Johnson, Irving Gregg ----- Johnson, Janette Lynn ----194 Johnson, John Eugene ...-- 470 Johnson, Joseph H., Jr. --.- Johnson, Laura Jean -- , Johnson, Leland Arthur 408, Johnson, Lisa Warren --- --368 Johnson, Marguerite P. 337, Jolgrgson, Mary Charlotte -- 5 500 501 305 532 501 346 Johnson, Judith Ann ----- -341 336 391 501 384 1 78, -475 Johnson, Michael Ray ---- Johnson, Ned Barton -- ---- 241 Johnson, Richard Alan --.. 243 Johnson, Roger Douglas ----362 Johnson, Johnson, Johnson Knies, Christine ------.-.. 182 Johnston, Abigail o. .-tai, 385 Sandra Sue ------ 324 Stephen Ross -..- 353 Victoria Foe -.. ---- 335 261, Johnston, Barbara Jean --.. 329 Johnston, James Stuart ---241 Johnston, Kenneth Leroy --501 Jones, Laird, Judith Elaine -- ---337 Jogyginore, Jock Warren --220, Jones, Ava Marlene ---..- 340 Janes, Bronwynn ----- 369, 501 Jones, Bruce Mills ----.... 501 Jones, Candace Clark ----- 372 Jones, Gerald William --- Jones, Helen Grace 92, 188, Jones, Jeryl Hamilton 194, Jones, Judith Hazel ----.. -439 327 325 -434 Jones, Karen Genevieve ----184 Jones, Keith M., Jr. --.-... 360 Jones, Kenneth Allen -. ---. -501 Jones, Mary Louise --- ---189 Jones, Norma Lucille ------ 319 Jones, Jones, Ralph Dellman ----- 230 Ricker Hughes ----- 297 Robert Archbold ---- --- Lambert, Lewis H., Jr. ----504 Koshio, Janice Michiko ---- 334 kaker, John Palfrey -.--- 5-243 -220 -37Q Kingd Jones, Sharon Ka e y .------ Jones, Shirley Ann 44, 173, 501 -329 1 78, Jones, Thomas Clark .. --.-- 238 Jones, Walter Franklin ---- Jong, Harry Tong 348, 439, -227 500 Jongeneel, Alan William --231 -358 Jordan, Dennis Thomas --- Jordan, Gretchen Bea .---- 501 Jordan, Margaret Marie 196, 326 Jordan, Patricia Ruth ----- 501 Jorgensen, Karla Jean ----- -209 Joy, Richard Dudley ------ 501 Joyce, Kathleen Elaine ----330 Joyce, Patricia Jane ----- -329 Jukes, Dorothy Mavis ----. 321 Jultak, lsa Starr ---------- 341 Jump, Linda Ruth ---- 182, 320 Jurcheck, John Clark ------ 475 Jurgens, Kerry Faye ------- 178 Juricic, David Steven --368, 501 Justice, Alison ------------ 196 K Kaatz, Traclne Mae --182, Kabat, Robert John --354, 324 475 Kagumba, Mboya Phillip ---303 -30 Kahn, Andrea Sue -------- 20 Kahon, Thomas Aaron ---- 7 4 Kahn, Annette Rolanda ---204 Kahn, Liliane Vera ---...-- 501 Kail, Karl Aurel IV ------- -475 Kaiser, Pamela Ann --- ----184 Kaiikawa, Carol Sue ---.-- 341 Kalbfleisch, Norman R. -- Kolde, Harold Charles 214, Kalina, Joy Ann ----.- 186, Kalmacotf, Dianne E. ----- Kanai, Sharon Hisaye ---- Kandt, Joada Linda ------ -374 354 501 -196 -369 -324 Kandyba, Julie Ellen -- ---- 452 Kane, Carol Ann --------- 332 Kanealy, Ann Maria --186 Kapelke, Robert Joseph --- Kaplan, Jean Berline --200 Kappel, Jane Ann -------- Kapushion, Antonette ----- Karbach, Michael Routt ---- Karlen, Sandra Kay ------- Karr, Anne Lucille ---- 113, Karr, Jane Ellen ---------- Karrer, Paul .Stark -------- Karsh, Randolph Michael -- Korst, Aletha Paulette ---- Kosbohm, James Raoul -.-- 319 227 Kanemoto, Kenneth ----- L- -532 327 343 321 220 447 501 342 350 501 501 501 Kastor, James Alfred -- ---- 224 189 Kates, Claudia Frances .--- Katz, Gerald Allen ---- ..---237 Katzenbarger, Joleta M. -- 331 Kauter, Carol Dee --------- Kauffman, Marc Robbins -- Kautman, Beverly Ellen 330, Kauzlarich, Roberta Kay -- 501 Kawakami, Phyllis Kay --- -335 Kawanabe, Steven Masumi --350 186, 200 359 391 1 78, Kawate, Doris ---.-.------ 372 178 Kay, Jane Ann ---------- Kay, Linda Suzanne ------ -193 Kaye, Julie Karen ----- ----370 Kearney, Sharon E. ---- 189 Kearn Adelia Willacy ---- 369 501 Y. Keck, Bonnilyn Brown 342, Keefer, William S., Jr. 250, 390 Keeling, Karen Louise ----- 340 Keene, Sharon Kaye ------ 128 Keeney, Janet Kehl, Dale William, Jr. --- Keins, Hildegard B. ------ Lee ----.-.- 501 -214 -204 Keitel, Robert Simms --241, 501 Keliher, Timothy Edward ---502 Kellenbenz, Lois Ann ----- 502 Keller, Alexandra ------.-. 330 Keller, Betty Joan -------- 432 Keller, Elizabeth Upton ----- 52 Keller, Judy Dianne ------- 193 Keller, Keller, Rebecca Sue --193, Linda Lynn -------- 335 386 Keller, Sandra M. ---.----- 460 Keller, Susan Mo-nteith ----- 184 Keller, Victoria E. ---- 194, 325 Kelley, Andrew Daniel -.--- 353 Kelley, Catharine C. ------- 181 Kelley, James A. Ill -------220 Kelley, Jerry Elden -------- 474 Kelley, John Charles ------ 475 Kelley, John Douglas 243, 351 Kelley, Margaret Anne ---- 186 Kelley, Martha Lou --182, 502 -502 Kelley, Sharon Mae ------ Kelling, Susan D. -------.- 326 Kellogg, John C. ----- Kellogg, Mary Kathleen Kelly, Claroy Patricia - -565 - 502 327 373 Kelly, Constance Marie ----334 Kelly, Danny Allen ---222, 270 Kelly, Donna Lou --------- 460 Kelly John Thomas ------ .228 Kellyi Kenneth James, Jr. 363 Kelly, Kelso Kelta 244, Patrick Ryan -------360 Kelly, Peter David -------- 360 n, James Reynold ----349 n, Benjamin M. --218 502 Kelton, David Downes ---- -234 Kemmerer, Elizabeth S. .--- 369 Kemmerer, Linda Marie .-.- 334 Kendall, Robert Gordon ---- 502 Kendrick, Kathryn Joan ---- 193 Kenkel, Ann Cooper ---..---194 Kennard, Bruce Preston 232, Kennedy, Richard M. ----- 502 -214 Kennedy, Barbara -------- 502 Kennedy, Joseph S. -- ------ 230 Kenne David Donnell Y, I Y -- Kenny, Jahn Francis ----- -360 -368 Ke2t',5Alfred William, Jr. --2l8, Kent, Ronald James ll ----- 502 Keough, James Gordon ---- 248 Kepford, Carl Burge ----- -474 Kerbs, Lynda Loree ---- ---324 Kercher, Connie Jeane ----- 502 Kercher, Rhonda Jean -,--189 Kerksiek, Karen Joleen 374 Kern, Michael Scott ---222 Kerner, Donabeth ---- 206,' Kerr, Daryl Patrick ----- S- Kerstein, Stanley J. ------ - Kesner, Constance M. 189, 390 Kessler, Heidi Ann .-.- 196, Kesterson, John W., Jr. ---- 1 502 306 332 -502 - 246 327, 324 351 Kettler, Peter Stanton ----- - 222 Kew, Michael William ---- -222 Key, Dennis Spencer ----.-- 224 Keyser, John Sessions ------ 250 Kezer, John ------------. 289 Kidd, John Burns, Jr. -----. 233 Kidd, William Winston --.- 282 Kidder, Henry Maynard --- Kiddoo, Sandra Kay --189, Kiely, Bruce Fraser ------- Kiely, Dan Ray 118, 227, 455, 459, 470, 473, 502 Kifer, Diana Jane 178, 337 Killian, Carol Annette ---- h, Lindo Ilene ------- 447 Marguerite Toy ------ 326 Kimberly, David Leroy ----- Killoc Kim, Kimsey, Keith Woodro Kimsey, Linda Carole --.- Kindell, Carol Ann ---452, Kinder, Drew Donald --363, Kinderman, Nancy Jean 181 Kindle, Danavan Jay --. - Kindred, Stella Barcus 182, Kink, Barry John ----- -, King, Elaine Le ------ 206, King, Mary Frances --- - King, Sandra Louise --184, King, Virgil Wayne - ----- om, Lewis Waters -- Kingman, Ellis Owen ---- - Kingman, Fred R., Jr. -,--- Kington, Karen Sosalie 189, -233 324 -244 384, 384 -502 w --- -341 502 475 385 l362 341 286 502 502 503 305 -241 217 322 Kinkade, John Waldo ----- 250 Kinkki, Michael Francis --- Kinna, Martin C. ----- ---- Kinney, Bruce Allen ----- Kinney, Dennis Kenneth --- Kinney, Jane Anne -------- 306 -363 238 503 182 Kinonen, Donald Oliver Kirby, Kirchof Kirk, Thomas Hamilton Kirkland, Judith Ann Kevin Brent -- , .. .. ----131 .350 f, Donald M. .---503 Kirkpatrick, Deborah L. --L-330 Kirkpatrick, Jeanne B. - - Kirtland, James M. ---434, ----241 184 334 -1 86 455 Kissel, Robert Earl -------345 Kichin, Karen Ann ---- 123, 194 Kiteley, George Leon ------ 503 Kiteley, Richard James ---- 218 Kiteley, William Michel ---- 218 Kittler, Gerhard ---------- 351 Kivett, Margaret Jean ---- 182 Kizzor, Alan Joel -.--- .---218, Klater, Judith Ann --- ---132 Klater, Kathleen L. -- ---- 132 Klatt, Gary Eugene ------- 474 Klein, Diana Sue ---------- 200 Klein, Helen Ann ---- 325, 412 Klein, Judith Marilyn 172, 200, 503 Klein, Leslie Ann --- -----503 Klein, Sandra Kay ---- 325, 390 Kleinman, Carol Susan ---- 372 Kleinwachter, John F. -----214 Kline, Ralph Le Roy ----- Kling, Louise Ann ---. 181, Klinker, Arthur Walter 270, Klipp, Ramond Dale ----- Klostermann, Kenneth E. -- 474, 503 Kleitsch, Mary Susan --123, Klimoski, David Bruce ---- -350 194 214 503 305 -250 242, Kloverstrom, Karen Ann - --186 Glug, Alan Avery ---- 248, Kmetovic, Thomas Carl - -. Knapp, Cheryl Ann ---173, KnaDD, Martha Alice 206, Knous, Linda Dawn ---209, Kneedler, Wendy Jane --- 503 270 206 329 340 -370 Knight, Donna Eileen ------326 Knight, Kenneth Merrill --- Knight, Marcia Hoffman -- -532 -503 Knight, Stephen J. lll -----363 Knopke, Carol Lynne ------336 Knost, Karen Louise ------ 199 Knous, Robert L., Jr. ---.--306 Knowler, Kenneth Mahlon --213 Knowlton, Barbara J. -.-.--178 Knox, David Bruce ---346, 475 Knutson, Cindy Lee ----- --340 Knutson, Richard Keith 439, 503 Koby, Richard Alan ------- 350 Kacan, Cheryl Young 182, 503 Koch, John Frederick ----- 373 Kocsis, Helen Rebecca 188, 386, 455 Koehl, Karen Patricia ------ 326 Koenig, Carole Ann ------- 200 Koenig, Vernelle Kay ------ 503 Koepke, James Henry --238, 351 Koepnick, Richard B. ---,--238 Kohloss, Charlotte L. --196 329 Kohr, Jeffrey George --360, 432 Koles, Carter Marshall 350, 503 Koleski, James Edward - --474 Koleski, Lee Arthur ---348, Kolins, Karen Anne --196, 503 325 Kolomitz, Michael Jon --.- 532 Konieczny, Kevin George -- -235 Kaos, Mary Annetta ------ 337 Koosed, Laurayne Iris 200, Kopecky, Curtis James --- Kopf, Will Walker ---- 233 387 -455 362 Kopolow, Robert Neal ---J-345 Kopp, Paulette Eloise ------ 503 Koppe, Lester Edward ---- Koppelman, Hillari Lynn - Kordisch, Larry Wesley --- Koshio, Gordon Lester ---- -250 -204 . 238 -504 Kossler, Linda Lou -------- 331 Kott, Judith Gail ---.. ----- 186 Kottmann, Brenda M. -.-- Kotzelnick, Kay Irene 206, Koutso 504 ubos, George A. 105, -332 504 223, Kovach, Carol Ann -------- 331 Kovalik, Gustave Thomas --248 Kovar, Patrick Jeffrey 353, 354 Kawach, Linda Georgene ---330 Kraabel, John Stanford 220, 474 Kraatz, Theresa Ann ------ 330 Kramer, George R., Jr. 408, 504 Kramer, Michael Earl - ---241 Kramer, Steven Oliver 307, 360 Kraus, Barbara Jane 199, 321, 338, 451, 504 Krause, Patricia Susan 178, 334 Krause, Signe Ann -------- 447 Krausgrill, Kevin Neil - 170, 220 Kraigsthaar, Sandra Gail 208, 465, Kraybill, Anne Kathryn 370, 504 Kraybill, Linda Jeanne - 91, 206 Kraynik, Saundra Gay 186, 504 Krebs, Robert Edward D. --244, 504 Kreidler, Lee Walter -.235, 475 Kreizenbeck, Alan D. 125, 232 Kremheller, Linda L. --..---319 Kresge, Richard Dee ----- .305 Kress, William E., Jr. -----227 Krill, Susan Jane ----- 182, 330 Krimmel, Allen Ross -- ----- 222 Kripke, Teri Jo ----------- 384 Krome, Margaret Frances - 200 Kroner, Walter Wanfred -- 504 Krueger, Kristin Anne 194, 32F Kruer, Karen ------- ------186 Kriggifluach, Margaret Anne 193, Krumhansl, James Lee - ---- 350 Krutsinger, Jack K. ---..---228 Kryc, Joseph John ------- Krys, Joanne Zannie ---.- Kubick, June Eva -------- Kubie, Susan Patricia 327, Kublin, Judith J. ---.. 200, -224 -369 -374 Kucmierz, Virginia R. ------ Kuebitz, Karl Johannes ---. Kuhling, Richard Walter --- Kuhlmey, Susan ---------- 504 330 321 Kudiwa, Hove Alfeus Roy --111 360 225 178 341 Kukla, Serenella ---- -- .-.. Kull, Barbara Ann 199, 319, Kullas, Daniel Albert ------ Kulp, Judy Dian -------- -- 427 233 Kullman, Mary Ann ------ 331 193 196 Kulp, Karen Anne -------- Kummert, William Carl ---474 Kuni anis John Edward Q , ---- Kuntz, Samuel Osborn, Jr. -- 363 504 Kunzman, James Ross ---.. 349 Kupko, John Michael -.---- 346 Kurlander, Jean Lynn ----. 504 Kurth, Richard Charles --- - 229 Kurtz, Leslie Helen ------ --370 Kurtzman, David Samuel --421, 504 Kurtzman, James Edward --170, 244 Kushnir, Sherwin R. ------- 504 Kutnink, Mark Andrew -.-- 349 Kuggendall, Kenneth Lee --107, O Kuxhaus, Gary L. ---- ---- -305 Kwit, Janice Paulett ----.- 334 L La Bounty, Joan Doris ----- 374 La Casse, Lloyd Francis -- -282 La Croix, Lois Ann --.. .--- 3 44 La Foe, James Claude --..- 291 Lacerte, Lawrence James --302, 504 Lacey, Elizabeth P. .--- 186, 342 Lackey, James Eugene 223 Lacy, Linda Louise .--..- .Z Ladmer, Teri Sue -------- 504 -335 -200 Laffen, Jaynne lone -.---- 329 Lafferty, Peter S. .... ---217 Lahr, Oliver Dean --- -- -297 Lake, Lynne Dee --------- 185 Lake, Randall Bruce ------ Lalley, Judith Anne ------ Lam, Blaine Preston --220, Lamb, Susan Jo ---------- Lambert, Letty Jo ---- 196, 222 -207 289 1 82 504 Lambert, Russell Lee ----.. 359 Lammers, Karen Sue -------- Lampe, Cecelia Ellette -.-. 3 E5 Lamson, Elizabeth Gates --367 Lamutt, Ronald Howard ---- 360 Lancaster, Elizabeth L. 209, Land, Norman Richard ---- Landers, Sheryl Jeane 196 Larggler, Caroline L. 182, 4 334 -251 504 465, Landon, Dennis Michael --368, 505 Lane, Barbara Ann ------- 178 Lane, Larry David .-.... --505 Lane, Sandra Stockmar ---- 505 Laney, William Karl ----.- -349 Lang, Donald Raymond ---250 Langberg, Frederick A. ---- 238 Lange, Terry Anne M. --- -325 Langendaerfer, Beverly ---- 331 Lanham, Nancy Jean ----- -505 Lannom, Gene Ellen ------- 189 Lansing, Suzanne B. ----- Lanterman, William S. Jr. 475 Lanzo, Nancy Frykman --- Lapin, James Barry ------- Lapp, Diana Kay ----- 460, Lappin, Kathleen P, ---.--. Laramey, Judith Ann ----- -505 222, -505 -245 505 340 -505 Larison, Ruth Ann .-.....- 327 Larkin, Lori Ann -----. -- Larned, Charlotte Ann 194, 472 Larsen, Frederick R. --390, Larsen, Thomas Walter --- Larson, Gerald John ----- -209 465, 475 -346 -353 Larson, John Richard .---. 346 Larson, Kristy Ann --- ---385 Larson, Leslie ------------ 327 Larson, Peter Matthews ---- 220 Laska, Anna Jean --------- 200 Lassila, Lisa Anneli ------ 185 Lotta, Susan Mae --.---.- 342 Lottimer, Gregory M. --219, 505 Lauer, Andrea Louise ----- 505 Laufenburger, Michael W. - Laurence, Lynne lngrid --- - 230 -460 Lauterbach, Helen --- ---- -330 Lawhon, Sandra Carrol 332, Lawler, Joyce Laverne -.-- Lawrance, Richard J. ----- Lawrence, Helen Ruth 187, 460 -505 327 Lawrence, John David ---.. 307 Lawrence, Linda Ruth ---- -505 Lawrence, Nancy S. ------- 182 Lawson, Ralph Edward ---- 346 Lawton, Patricia Ann --.-- 327 331 Lay, Bonnie Sue ----- 193, Layman, Ralph Engle Ill ---231 547 -505 Layng, Susan Kennard 181, 366 Lazzerino, Linda Martin ---326 Le Corchick, Charles J, ..,. 356 Masters, Clarence L. ,,.. 231 -2 0 Rosen, Anita F. ........ 331 Le lie Masters, Raymond E. -- e Le Vesque, Raymond M. -- -505 Leach, David Paul ....,,.. 505 Leach, Thomas lnnes --351 Leader, Roberta Barrett -l Leal, James Allen ------- 474 -189 -475 Leary, Regina Diane ....,. 187 Leatherman, Dennis D. --- -505 Leaver, Louisiana Ayers ---330 Lebsack, Linda Lu - ,.v,, - -319 Ledder, Harriet Diane -----344 Lee, Donna Margaret ,.,,. Lee, Gregory Keith ---362, -472 390 Lee, Jeannie ------------- 331 Lee, Robert Edward ------ Leeds, Michael Webster 505, Lees, Patricia Kaye -------- -270 439 189 Lehmann, Cornelia -----.-- 342 Leibundgut, Richard L. --- -359 Leighton, Larry Ray ----.-- 359 Lemke, Patricia Jean -----332 Lemke, Virginia Gail ------ 330 Lemmon, Elizabeth Sue ---367 Lemoine, Becky Ann --199, Lennartz, Frances E. --320 Lensing, Bryce Randall --L 330 427 -214 Lenzini, Alexis Sandra ---- 330 Leon, Felix lvan ----- ---- -360 Leonard, Kathleen Adele --374, 505 Lerner, Barbara Rae --200, Lesnik, Marjorie Ann ----- 387 -369 Lester, David Robert ------ 351 Lester, Lucinda Karen 181, Letkeman, Michael Bruce -- 475 Lev, Louise Ann ------ 194 Levey, Joan Ellen ------- L Levin, James Leslie ------ Levine, Sharon Raye Levine, Sharri Ann --:::::: 330 358, 505 -342 -237 324 331 Levitt, Janet Gertrude ----- 196 Levy, Diane ------------- 201 Levy, Howard Brent ---- -- Le Mark Ra -247 VY. Y ------ ---- Levy, Pamela Annette 369, 505 Lewark, George F. ---- 270, 291 Lewin, David lan ---- 374, 505 Lewis, Barbara Ellen ---.-- 194 Lewis, Barton Gates --241, 474 Lewis, Charlene ---------- -.324 Lewis, Dana Rawdon ------ 220 Lewis, David Carl ------------ Lewis, Helen Doris -------- 330 Lewis, Janice Merle --187, 327 Lewis, Judith Lynn ------- -261 Lewis, Norman Edward ---- 532 Mattson, James Richard 212, Lewis, Robert Donald ------ 505 Lewis, Sherron Lee --209, 335 Lewis, Susan Catherine 119, 172, 194, 383 Ley, Carl Eugene ---- 222, 505 Liang, Kim Win ---- ------ 330 Licholat, Saul ----------- Lichtenberg, Herbert J. --- Licgcgg Charles Eugene 231, -356 -219 295, Lidstrom, Karin Louise - ---- 370 Light, Kenneth Douglas -- -345 Liles, Linda Irene --------- 331 Lilly, Kenneth Gary ------ -251 Lilly, Paula Diane -------- -202 Lind, Sharon Kay -------- Lindahl, Karen Louise -----. 335 Lindeman, Marcia Jean 327, Lindemann, Ned Walter ----235 Lindenmeier, Rox Anne C. --185 Linder, Charles J., Jr. ------360 McAllister, Kathleen ------ 325 -322 390 Lindland, Christine -------- 189 391 Lindquist, Steven A. --222, Lindsay, Mary Alice ------ 329 Lindsey, Stephan Andrew -- Lingle, Jerriann ------ 178 - 222 , 338 Linn, Barbara Neumann ---- 181 Lintz, Jack --.-. . 228, 276 Lipscomb, Jean Westley -f Lipsey, Bruce Emerich ---- Lipton, Jane Elizabeth --- 278 -447 -362 -367 List, Sharon L. Guthrie ---- 505 Litchfield, Anne L. -------. 331 Littell, Robert Spahr -.----- 220 Little, Charles E., Jr. ----- -219 Little, Nancy Lee ------... 189 Little, Patrick G. --------- Livingston, Herbert J. ---- Livingston, Nancy M. --201, -368 -505 329 Livingston, Patricia P. ..--- 194 Livingston, R. Lee ------- Livran, James Severs --220, -505 506 Llewel'in, William R. -..-.- 346 Lloyd, Jeremiah L. ----.-- -214 Ll rl, ' Ka ..-...--- 187 oy susan y 354 Loar, Jarrett Newton --300, Locke, William James - ---- -228 Lockrem, John Dudley 235, 359 Lockwood, Elizabeth Ann ---199 Lodholm, Linda Lee ----- -506 Lof, Laura Miriam -------- 189 Lofft, Donna May ------- Logan, James Charles --- Logan, Marsha Ann 123, 327 Logon, Ruth Ann Baird --- Logsdon, Eloise Faye ----- Lohman, Sandra Irene ---- Lohman, Susan ------- 194, Lombard, Lou Elizabeth 335, -337 -356 1 78, -447 -506 -506 326 338 Lombardo, Catherine E. ---. Londner, Karen Jo .--- 201 , London, Richard Lewis ----- 220 Long, Bruce Alan --------- 251 Long, Michael Joseph ---- 5118 -428 Long, William James ---- Loomis, Malina Jean 119, 506 Loomis, Susan Virginia 187, Loos, Steve Kent -------- -474 181, 387 -238 Loper, Roger Kent ------- -506 Lopez, Ronald Lee -.. ---- - Lorance Rand -363 , y ----------. 231 Lord, Jane Bradbury --327, 390 Lord, Linda Mary ........ 324 Low, Sharon Ruth ---- 209, 390 Lasee, Rebecca --------- - 334 Lass, Bonnie Jo ------178, 506 Lathrop, Jean ------------ 370 Louise, Ronald David ------ 470 Love, Craig Allister ------- 350 Love, Fred Everett 118, 131, 368, 506 Love, Sally --------------- 199 Loveioy, Lawrence T. ------251 Lovejoy, Pamela Jo --172, 193, 506 Loving, Alice Ann -------- 326 Low, Miriam Jean ------- -322 Lowe, Ellen Louise --------- 384 Lowe, Gregory Miles ------- 222 Lowery, William Curtis 390, 470 Lowrey, Phillip Randall 363, 506 Lowry, Judy Ann --------- 326 Lucas, Larry Tod ----- ----- 3 90 Lucking, Julie Lynne ------ 320 Ludeman, Karen Sue ------ 123 Ludwig, Richard David ---- 532 Luhman, Linda Lee ------- 447 Luian, Carol Ann --------- 178 Lukaszewlcz, Lukasz W. ---348 Lukaszewicz, Verena C. ---336 Lukatch, Edward Alvin ---- 237 Lundquist, Lorene Kay ---- 329 Lusk, Jerry Edward --243, 362, 475 , Lustlg, Cheri ------------- 331 Lutes, Janice Lynn -------- 331 Luttig, Norman Craig ----- -506 Lutz, Joan Kelley --------- 187 Lutz, Penelope Susan ------ 506 Lutz, Sarah Patricia --.---- 369 Lydon, Patrick Stuart -.--- 506 Lyman, Cynthia, Stewart -- 329 Lynch, Adrienne Gay --207, Lynch, Barbara Carroll 344, 197, 391 390 Lynch, Myra Anne -------- 341 Lyng, Jeannette Ann ------ 185 Lynn, Karan Kae --------- 187 Lyon, Julianne Page ----- Lyon, Lawrence Joseph ---- -506 -360 Lyon, Mary Susan ------- --182 M Maas, John William ---- .---506 Mabry, Letha Bell ----.-..- 334 Mac Arthur John D. --.-.- 297 Mac Carnack, Barbara L. --182 Mac Donald,Joseph M. ---- Mac Farland, Nancy Lee -- 181, 451 Mac Guire, Janice Gay 207, Mac Guire, Pamela Ann 181, Mac Kendrick, Ronald F. - Mac Millan, Marcia --198, 475 172, 329 385 -506 506 Macey, Mary Page ------. 367 Machen, John Steven ----- Mack, Barbara Sue ---330, Mack, Susan Jeanne ------- 329 Macki, Sharon Ann -------. 337 Mackintosh, Holly -------- 412 Maclean James Ernst Madden,' Cherlyn Jean :ii -360 -327 Madsen, Jay Dennis ------ 348 Madsen, Jo Ann --------- 336 Maestas, Edward Joe Magaro, Anthony ---11:11 -350 -506 Magee, Frederick Moore ----295 Magee, Lynn Elizabeth ---- Maggi, Dana Lynn ---123, Magill, William F. ------.- 226 Magoffin, James S., Jr. ---363 Magowan, Betsy H. -------- 182 Maguire, Brian ----------- 532 Mag0Lgre, James Henry 112, 452, 5 Maharam, Marsha Elaine --366, 506 Maher, Timothy Francis ---506 Mahood, Naidat Asker ---- 406 Mahn, Susan Carol ------- 374 Maii, Alan Samuel -------- 506 Mailliard, Margot ---- 183, 320 Main, Karen Culver ------- 506 Mains, Martha Jean --194, 385 Mains, Norman E., Jr. ----- 228 Maisel, Ellen Diane -------341 Maisonneuve, Earl J., Jr. --506 Maize, James Wells, Jr. ---239 Maloney, Carole Anne 193, 319 Maloney, Susan Irene ------ 331 Malott, Andrea Marie 194, 506 Malauff, Francis Joseph 346, 391 Malowick, lzolina J. ----- . 506 Mancini, Daniel John ..--- 225 Mancini, Lawrence J. ----- 373 Mandel, Donna Esther ----. 331 Mandel, Nancy Ann -- ..--- 201 Mandelbaum, John Robert - Mandell, Paula Anne ----- . 363 -200 Manigold, Vicki Gibson ---- 506 Maniscalco, Tony ---.. ---507 Mann, Gary Vance --.----- 291 Manning, Mariorie E. 185, Mansfield, Tamara ------- 329 187 Manske, Roger William ---- 228 Manuel Cassandra A n 507 Fl -.-- Mqnz, Sheryl Linnae ----.- 320 Manzano, Edwin E. A. 355, 470 Mapelli, Rudolph M. Ill .---363 Marcantonio, Romano 270, 507 Marchiol, John F. -------- 421, -270 Marcus, Gail Ruth ------- -331 Marcus, Gary Maxwell 345, 390 Marcus, Kenneth Edward --507 Markolin, Lynn Claire 204, 331 Marich, Brian Welch -----. 235 Marion, Leslie Virginia ---- 187 Maritz, Karen Lynn ------- 327 Markel, Beverly Joan -.--- -369 Markowitz, Leonard R. .-- -247 Markowitz, Steven E. -----237 Marling, Marilyn E. ---- 93, 183 Marlow, Ann Louise ------ 507 Marolt, William Charles ---282 Maronde, Susan Gayle ---- 320 Maroney, Harriet E. ------- 324 Marquand, Kermit Wayne 130, 507 Marr, Cynthia Louise ------ 183 Marranzino, Michael A. ---355 Marrow, Lynn --, --------- 196 Marrs, Sandra -------- 181 Marsh, Richard Allen ---- l- Marshall, Freddie E., Jr. -- 385 251 -345 Marshall, Jeanne E. ------- 178 385, 387 Marshall, Phyllis L. ------ 181, Marshall, Margaret Rae -- -336 Marstall, Jerry Lee ------- .507 Marston, David Lee ---355, 390 Marti, Susan ------------- 187 Martin, Diana Lynne ------ 507 Martin, Marla Kaye --178, 507 Martin, Michael Roy -.-- -.270 Martin, Sandra Lee ---189, 342 Martinez, Eric A. ----- ----360 Martinez, Judith Claire 187 327 Martinez, Thomas Edward L-365 Martini, Steven Giles ----- -507 Marturano, Donald Even --104, 356, 390 Martz, Gwendolyn Ann ---- 320 Marailcheau, Louis Joseph --284, 4 Maruyama, Linda L. ----- -337 Marx, Sylvia Ann --------- 330 Masciotra, Marie Louise ----447 Mashburn, Ethelynne Lee 325 Mason, Charistine Ann ---::342 Mason, Jeffrey Thomas 245, 390 Massara, Peter Anthony --- 302, - 507 Mast, Daniel Joseph --307, 362 Mast, Donald Chester ------ 507 Mast, Maurene Gayle ----. 185 Mastalir, Milton Joel --..---222 Mathias, Monty Ross --105, 507 Mathis, Jane ------------. 187 Matis, Clark Arvo ------- -282 Matis, John Radley ----.-- 219 Matkin, Saloise .---.---.-- 197 Matlock, Marion Ann ------ 185 Matsumoto, Joelaine A. ---507 Matthews, Bruce Allen ----219 Matzen, Vernon Charles -- Maul, Richard James 245, Maurer, James William -- 507 -439 390 -373 Maurer, Warren Craig - ---, 245 Mauro, Danna Marilynne - - 330 Maxson, Patricia Jean --.- 183 Maxwell, Billie Jean --195 , 391 Maxwell, Marilyn Beth ---- 181 Maxwell Mar Martha Maxwellj Phillip B. ---525 -189 -214 Maxwell, Sharon Lynn ----- 185 Moy, Hillary Jeanne -.. ----- 370 Mayborn, Richard Drath ---507 Mayer, Jeffrey Robert 241, 346, 470 Mayer, Robert Max --236, 346 Maya, Marilyn Frances 89, 178, 384, 387 Mayo, Teresa Jog ---.194, 340 Maytum, Bruce avid ----- 439 Mazone, Cheri Ann ---329, 391 McAllister, Richard L. ----- 374 McAnally, Claude W. Ill --374 McArthur, Claire L. lll ---- 214 McAtee, Lawrence Dean ---507 McBean, Sue Ann L. -- ---- 327 McBride, Richard C. 121, 271,305 McCabe, Mary Katherine -- McCabe, Michael Reid 360, 270, -447 507 McCabe, Susan Lee ------- 327 McCaffree, Marian L. ----- 447 McCaffrey, Stephen C. --- -215 McCain, Carol Ann ---- ----178 McCall, Bernard, Keith --- -270 McCall, Raymond K., Jr. -.507 McCallum, Margaret J. 195, 324, 391 McCandless, Carol Anne --181, 320, 390 McCann, Lynne Ann ----- - 342 McCarthy, John T. -.------ 270 McCarthy, Mary E. ------- McCarthy, Michael John - McCarty, David Wilson --- McCarty, Mary Maureenn - McCasline, Sharon ---- 195, McCasline, Susan --- - 195 McClain, Russell Byron --- McClanahan, Frank E. ---- -324 -532 - 345 . 447 507 508 -351 -350 McClanahon, Judy L. ------ 508 McCleary, Patty Lynn 183, McClellan, Charles W. ---. McClelland, Sue B. ------- McClintock, Katherine 185, McClune, Cheryl Mae --.- 327 -217 -322 329 -334 McClure, Eugene Lee, Jr. --251 McComb, Jerry Lynn ------ McCorkle Bill Patton McCormicfk, Marilyn G.7:2:: McCosh, Patricia Anne ---- 508 353 193 187 McCotter, Jane Clayton 183, 508 McCotter, Martha M. ------ 203 McCown, Robert Merle ----- 216 McCoy, Drew Elton ---..---351 McCoy, Robert Lee ----235, 474 McCoy, Sharon Elaine -.---330 McCrea, Bruce Benton 220, 473 McCreary, Valerie Jean ---- 372 McCreery, Marie T. ------ --170 McCullough, Betty Jane 183 McCuIly, Marilyn E. --..-- McCutchan, Robert G. ---- Steven King McDanal, McDermid, Lucinda B. 153- -447 -228 -472 344 McDermott, Gerald w. --L-345 McDermott, Paul Ray McDermott, Richard A Mc Devitt, McDonald, Allen K. -- -----355 . ---- 349 Linda Ann ------ 181 McDonald, Amelia Marie --324 McDonald, Augusta Ann McDonald, Gary Eugene McDonald, Jane Ann ---.- -470, 473 ---329 214 --5319 McDowell, Bruce Basil ---- 297 McDowell, Lane Carlton 356, 475 McElvain, Michael E, ------ 219 McFann, Janet Lynne ----- 370 McFarland, Tommy Dyche --473 McGehee, Merrie Ann 329, 391 McGill, John Allen 251, 356, 390 McGlinn, John James, Jr. --373, 474 McGlochlin, Jean Carol ---- 330 McGlothlen, Carol Lynn --- McGlothlen, Richard L. --- Merrilee Marr ----336 McGough, McGrath, Sarah Jane ----- McGraw, Douglas G. --412, McGraw, John Patrick ---- McGregor, Wayne Martin - -508 -245 -508 475 -452 -508 McGrew, Susan Jane - ------ 369 McGuckin, Ronald C. ---- - -235 McGuire, Margaret E. - ----- 206 McHugh, Robert Leroy --- Mcllroy, Barbara J. --183, Mcllroy, William D. ----- Mclnerney, Carl Haven -- Mclntosh, Gilbert Ill --241, -439 508 -470 -373 508 Mclntosh, Lois Jean -.-.--- 343 Mclntosh, Mary Jean ------ 326 Mclntyre, Cheryl Ann -----. 373 Mc lntyre, Donna Rae McKay, Michael Allen Iii: McKay, Nora Cargnn 189, McKean, Michael raig --- 329 220 508 -225 McKee, Philip Leopold ----- 508 McKee, Susan Joan ------- 330 McKeever, Anne M. ------- 366 McKelvey, Kay Lynn ------ 334 McKenzie, Lianna Marie ---508 McKinley, Amy Louise ---- 320 McKinney Molly ------ 183, 342 McKinstry, Michael M. ---- 245 McKnight, Jane K. --.---- 340 McKown, William Bruce ---508 McLaughlin, James Lee 235, 475 McLaughlin, Jane Anne ...---320 McLaughlin, Michael J. 222, 363 McLean, John Hull lll 360, 508 McLean, Roland Mackewn --475 McLean, Sandra Jean -----325 McLennan, Carol Ann 327, 390 McMahon, De Ann ------- 374 McMahon, Mary Susan ----194 Mcggghan, Ronald Loren --237, Mctvlahon James Martin --363, 4 4 McMahon, Lydia Vail ----- 199 Mcgljghon, Mariorie Kaye --125, McMahon, William R. ----- 219 McMillan, Carol Ann ------ 508 McMillan, Edward Neil ---- 219 McMillan, Joan Edwards ---- 183 McMillan, Pamela Anne ---369 McMillen, Donald Hugh ---- 508 McMills, Charles R. Ill -----234 McMorris, Carylio Ann ---- 189 McMullen, Martha llene ---508 McMurry, Kermit R., Jr. ---278 McNally, John Joseph 212, 235 McNeil, Maureen Lee ------ 508 McNeill, John Ridgway 346, 475 McNelly, Michael F. ------ 363 McRae, Catherine Ann ---- McTigue, Michael Paul 214, McVey, William Duane --- McWilliams, Edward C. 245, 390 McWilliams, Thomas, Jr. - Mead, Judi Ann --------- Mead, Robert Castle --235 Meador, Thomas R. Ill --5 Meakins, Patricia R. S. --- Meakins, Vickilou ------- -335 303 -225 353, -245 -508 355 -346 -508 -193 Means, Linda Carrol ------ 209 Meckstroth, Diane M. -.-- Meek, Ronald Dayle - ---- .. Meek, Rupert Michael --- Meer, Peter Charles ------ Meinen, Barbara Ann 199 -178 -508 -509 -247 327 Meiselman, Kay Ann ---- L-204 Meislahn, Susan Kaye -----509 Meister, Marietta Jane --- -324 Meixner, llse Maria ------- 366 Melkis, Juris George ....., 351 Mellang, Judith Karen .... 189 Mellang, Susan Kay .,..... 189 Melggye, Robert William --455, 5 Melton, Melvin, Melmed, Annette Rhoda ---201 David Frederic .,,, 213 Larry Lee .e...... 362 329 Susan Jane -.. ..... - Moritz, Menczer, Kenneth Behr .... 346 Mendez, Pepe Jay ......,, 374 Mengden, Mary Patricia ---366 Mengel, Mary Claire ,,.u., 199 Meresman, Stanley J. ..... 389 Meriam, Maria Gay ,.a..... 93 Merkle, James Alvin .a.a. -214 -332 Merkowitz, Larry Allan Mertz, Stanley Richard ...A 455 Messer, Teall Re nolds Messer y --- Virginia Anne --332, ---509 -220 509 Methven, William C., Jr. -- Metke, Metzger, Jane Dee ----341, Metzger, Kathleen Lee .... Metzger, Peter Todd 228 Susanna .......... 187 509 321 222 Meyer, Byron Eugene ...... 374 Meyer, Daniel Steven LLLLL, 237 Meyer, Janet ....,,,,,... 181 Meyer, Judith Helen .z..., 189 Meyer, Sandra Kay .,..... -341 Meyers, Bradford Bowie --228, 474, 509 Meyers, John Joy ...e.... 359 Meyers, Larry William ,,a.. 239 Meyers, Nancy Elizabeth --327 Michael, L. Kent z.,.....,v 225 Michael, Nancy Ruth --203, 465 Michael, Richard Orson ----345 Michaels, Nadya E, ....... 327 Michel, Sandra Lee ..,... Miles, Lorraine Maria Middendort, Kaaren Hull - Middleton, James Milton -- Middleton, Laura Jean ..-- -509 -216 -509 Mielke, Marcia Lee ------- 187 Mihalik, Lynda Maureen ---181 Mikkelson, Hugh Martin -- -373 Milenski, Suzanne Ruth ---- 181 - 509 181, 319 Stephen Hobert -----251 Millard, John Ralph ......- 355 509 Miles, Millay, John Russell --218, Miller, Alan Harold --.---- -247 Miller, Ann Cecele ---- 181, 343 Miller, Barbara Jean --.--. 342 Miller, David George ------241 Miller, Diane Marie --.--195, 341 Miller, Donald Dean .----- 241 Miller, Emily Anne -.- ------ 330 Miller, Glenn Le Roy ...--- 509 Miller, Gregory Alan - --.-. 349 Miller, Jane Esther -- .--- --325 Miller, Janice Ann -.--193 319 Miller, Judith Mosley ------ 195 Miller, Judith Kay -.------ 336 Miller, Kathleen Ann -.--- .327 Miller, Linda Lee --- -.--- 319 Miller, Miller, Lucy Lee --- --- -343 Marilyn Ann -- ----447 Miller, Paul Frank -- --- Miller, Sall Anne y -- -- Miller, Shawna Boggs - -- Miller, Sue Ann --- 329, Miller, Terry Allen Miller, Terryl Anne ---197, Miller, William Henry ----- Millet, Mary Frick ---- 196, Millett, Mary Candice ---- -199 -319 391 .. 509 369 -213 509 -325 Milliron, Annette M. --.--- 321 Mills, Ruth A. Donnelly --- Millward, James Trevor --- Milner, Daniel De Witt 360, Milnor, Susan Mary ------ Milroy, Mary Sebelius ------ .- 51 Mincer, Lawrence Mark 226 1 -412 -220 475 -187 6 Mincer, Steven W. -------.- 227 Minor, John Sherlock, Jr. - -452 -373 Miner Philip Barton, Jr. -- Mingle, Raymond George -21 - 4, 474, 475 Minze, Larry Dean .--- 300, 353 Misare, Charlene Ann -.---- 369 Misura, Charles Francis 243, 510 Mitchell, Desiree J. ---.--.- 322 Mitchell, Gary Wayde - --.- 510 Mitchell, Michael M. ----- -233 Modetz, Linda Ann ----.-- 331 Moe, Christine Ann --183, 385, 387 Moerlin, Judith Eileen --.-- 178 Moisan, Kathleen Mary ----193 Moise, Steven Kahn --107, 384, 510 Moller, Marc Stern ---- ---- 351 Monaco, Robert Raymond --225 Monarchi, Laura Jean ----- 327 Monarchi, Teresa Ann 325, 387 Monderer, Bonnie Jo --210, 510 Money, Penny Suzanne ---- 510 Monnette, Anne .-.--- 187, 510 Monteiro, Jorge Cintra ---- 231 Montgomery, James Allen --237 Montgomery, Susan Lee ---319 Montler, Michael Russel ----305 Monyhan, Ann Eliot ----.- 207 Moodie, Leslie Ellen ---207, 324 Moody, Linda Jean -------- 460 Moody, Robert Edward ---- 368 Moody, Shirley Marie ------ 447 Moon, Doris Joan ---- 207, 342 Moore, Camille Wilson ---- 372 Moore, Carolyn Stuart ----- 327 Moore, Frank Edward, Jr. --363 Moore, Gary Carlson --.--. 243 Moore, John Covington ---- 351 Moore, Michael Lee ------- 359 Moore, Nancy Ellen ------- 196 Moore, Paul Daniel ------- 243 Moore, Richard Douglas ---- 243 Moore, Shannon ------ 179, Moore, Susan Meredith 372, Moorhead, Linda Sue --343, Moran, Edward Francis ---- Morbeck, Mary Ellen ----- - Morehead, Richard M. 239, Moreland, David Jewell ---- Morey, Eric William ------- Morgan, Carole Ann ------ Morgan, Constance May --- Morgan, Kile, Jr. ---.- 222, Morgan, Susan Jane ------- 329 510 384 228 199 510 346 510 326 198 270 185 Morgantield, Steve Paul ---354 Marita, Alice Elaine ----- - Morley, Susan Bel ---- --- Morris, Carole Ann - ---- -- Morris, Danny Rex ------- Morris, Roger King --.---- 510 -330 Morning, James Franklin -- Morrell, Diane Louise ------ 282 1 78 -129 -390 -270 Morrison, Dianna Layne ---202 Morrison, Jo Ellen - ------- 185 Morrison, Terri Lynn ----- Morton, Marsha Laverne -- 325 -220 Moselle, Vicki Gale -------- Mosko, Gary Allen ---. 174, Moss, Nancy Lee ---------- Moschetti, Gary Thomas -- Morrison, Nana Beth ------ 189 -204 199, 183 237 340 Motichka, George David ---349 Motoyoshi, Howard Den ---510 Matson, Donald Allen --350, Mott, Michael Lynn ------- 475 325 Mottl, Kerry Edward ------ 270 Motz, Janet Kay ---------- 322 Mourey, Thomas Lee ----. 373 Mowery, Hubert Thomas ---510 Mueller, Barbara Sue ------ 202 Mueller Carol Jean ------. 209 Moeiieff christine E. --415, 510 Mugge, Norma Kathryn ---203 Mulholl, Sarah E. ----- 185, 325 Muller, Charles H. -------- 346 Muller, Clifford H. lll ----- 219 Mullins, Donald Eugene ---- 510 Mullins, Mary Roselle - ----- 510 Mullis, lna Van Slyke ------ 206 Mulvaney, Donald Murphy --345 Mumma, Donald August --310 5 Mumma, Harlan Leslie 222, Mumma, Kathleen S. --337 384 Munday, Richard Vernon 2-359 Mundell, Homer Robert ---354 Mundinger, John G. --233, Mundy, Ann Elizabeth ----- Munger, Maralie ------ 197 465 1 78 325 Mungle, James Alexander -I-518 5 Munro, Teresa Gail ---366 Munson, Anita Kay ----- L-209 Munson, Sally Barrett ----- -336 Muntzert, James Kay ----- 510 Migragio, Dennis Bradley - 291, Murchison, Frank George --243 Murdock, Carol Arlene --- -329 Murdock, Terry Allen ---- --351 Murley, J. David, Jr. - ----- 373 Murphy, Mary Jane ------. 183 Murphy, Michael Jude ----- 360 Murphy, Thomas James ---- 231 Murray, Gerald Francis ----- 227 Murray, lves Phillips 231, 355, 470 Murray, James Procter ---- 360 Murray, Joseph W, ---- 349, 511 Murray, Marilyn ---------- 334 Murray, Many Constance --372 Murray, Ronald Vincent 360, 475 Murray, Vira Jo Ruth ---.- 337 Musgrave, Walter Eugene --511 Musman, Ann Carla ---.- - 322 Musser, Janet Lynn ----.-- 185 Mustoe, Dan Patrick ----- -351 Myers, John Wesley ----- -351 Myers, Lynne Marie --199, 321 Myers, Phillip Earl ---- 224, 511 Myers, Richard Francis ---- 470 M ers Sherry Ann -------- 447 Y I Myers, Susan Marie ------- 511 N Nadal, Nancy ------------ 374 Nady, Xavier George ----- Naeve, Jerry Michael 233, 475 Nagel, John Kaub, Jr. 227, Nagely, John Lewis, Jr. ---- Naiman, Ivan Sidney --237, Nakai Robert Eu ene I Q ---- Nakata, Iris Reiko -.-...-- 341 -228 362, 51 1 220 465 346 Nance, Sara Lynne --.---.- 181 Narigan, Nichola Ann ---- 319 Narodick, Donna Sue ---- -- Nathan, Jay Andrew ------ Nathan, Lawrence A. ------ Nation, Ronald Royce Naylor, Nancy Anne --189- Nees, Judy Lynn -.----187, Neff, Thela Marie -------- Neher, Deborah Allen ----- 330 247 51 1 350 343 51 1 344 326 Nekomoto, David Seiji ---- 474 Nelkin, Neal Ross -------- 237 B Nelson, Helene Scott ...----- Nelson, Jerrie Sue - ------- 195 Nelson, Judith Ann ------- 185 Nelson, Karon Lee 98, 207, Nelson, Kathleen Marie 207, 343 387 Nelson, Linda Diane ----- -372 Nelson, Linda Lee ------ ..- Nelson, Mary Noreen --185, Nelson, Mary Virginia ----- Nelson, Max Alan -------- 447 385 187 511 Nelson, Meredith Karin ---- 319 Nelson, Paula Jane --.- .--. 2 Nemeth, Frances Ann 199, Nemirow, Anne Elaine ----- 447 Nemnlch, Sharon Lee 181, 391 331, Nethaway, Nancy Ann ----207 Nethery, Martha Rae ----- 185 Nettles, Carol Frances ----- Nettleship, Kathryn E. 325, Nevett, Richard Brooks 125, Newcombe, Pamela Wicks -- Newcomer, Carole 173, 182, Newell, Catherine E. ----.- Newell, James Alan ------ Newell, Pamela Ann ------ 235 51 1 51 1 Newcomer, Mary Bet ------ 178 185 360 326 231 Newell, William Thurlo --- Newkirk, Patricia Ann ---- -207 Newman, Anita F. Andrea --374 Newman, Susan Jo ---178, 325 Newton, George A. IV ---- -532 Newton, John Lewis ----- -373 Nibbelink, Daniel Lee 362, 227, 362, 475 Nicholson, Barbara L. ---- 185 Nicholas, Stan Edward ----250 Nichols, Edgar W., Jr. --- -233 Nichols, Frances Kaye ---- -326 Nichols, Sara R. --------- .321 Nicholson, Byron, Jr. ------ 228 Nickle, William Lee ------ -248 Nicola, Nancy Sayre --194, 511 Nidey, David Lynn -------- Nidey, Paul Gradon --- Niehous, Mary Eileen ------ 350 51 1 Niederiohn, Gor Reid ----- 353 335 231 Nielsen Michael Alan Nielsen, Ralph Wilfred 243, Nielson, Walter Eugene --.- Niemeyer, Susan Karol 334, Nieschburg, Garth Louis -- Nigro, Cynthia Laine --199, Nigro, Mariann -------.-- 346 305 391 51 1 325 -447 Niles, Nancy 'Elaine ---..-- 512 Nilson, Jill Elise --------- -207 Nilson, Susan Anne ------- 187 Nilsson, John Frederick 232, 355 Niman, Douglas William ---243 Nims, Christopher Grant ---345 Niswonger, Jane E. ---185 512 Nitschke, Joan Elwood --5-329 Nixon, David Eager ---470, 473 Noble, Mark Hubert ------ 345 Notfsinger, David Leon ---- 512 Nogg, Judith Ann -------- 201 Noguchi, Lynn Amy - -----. 324 Nollgrg, Terry Randall 350, 391, Noll, Richard Francis 227, 351, 474 Nord, Peter Allen ---- 251, 297 Nordick, Douglas Lynn ---- 227 Noren, Stephen Charles ---- 512 Norman, Wayne Albert ---245 Norton, Constance Ann ---193 Norton, Judith Dee Ann ---322 Norton, Penny Kay ------ -327 Norton, Tamara 111, 182, 383, 512 Norwood, Doris Ann ------- 330 Novak, James Robert ---. - Novak, Julia Ann ---- -512 512 178, Nowell, George Chapman --123, 248 Noyes, Leslie Abbot ----- -326 Nunez, Lee Ann ---------- Nuss, Shirley Ann ---- Nystrom, Jacqueline M. O 131, 329 423 187 O Banion, Jami Sue ------- 195 O Banion, Linda Eileen 335, 387 O Spine, Mary Alexander --205, O Connor, Detlev W. ---.-- 219 O Connor, William E. 214, 474 O Dell, Richard Dale --212, 270 O Dell, Sara Jo Anne ---- --332 O Donnell, Francis A. ------ 235 O Donoghue, Kathleen 131, 322 O Halloran, Kathleen M. ---334 O Hare, Nicholas C. -------241 O Keeffee, Margaret Ann 198, 387 O Nan, Lawrence Wayne ---512 Neal, Kathleen Ann 193 O , 319 O Neall, Patricia Lee - ----- 321 O Neill, Helen Marie ------ 178 Oakes, Nancy Ruth ---- ---459 Ober, Thomas Michael --- Oberndorf, Donald M. 245 -239 389 Obert, Michael Donovan -l-306 Ochs, Cynthia E. ------ 205 342 Ochs, George Lee ------- 5-346 Odenthal, Carolyn Ann 183, 319 Oegerle, Linda Sue -------- Ott, George William - ------ Ogden, Cynthia ---- V ------ 3 72 331 363 Ogden, George Bryant ----- 225 Ogle, James Holmes ------ 235 Ogren David John ---- 248 512 Ohii, Akira -.------------- 348 Oka, Kathryn Yoko ------- -337 Okey, Mark Joseph ---350, 512 Oline, Terry Duane ------- 248 Oliva, Linda T. ----------- 324 Olivarez, Elizabeth ---326, 512 .OImsted, Conway H., Jr. ---358 Olotka, Peter Graham ----- -227 Olsen, Lorraine Carol ------ 334 Olsen, Robyn Dale ----- -- Olsen, Virginia C. ---.----- Olson, Allan Roy 174, -201 -387 385 349 261, Olson, Alvin Gene --------- Olson, Carla Jeanne --195, 330 Olson, Charles Ernest -En--512 Olson, Eugene Randall 349 195 Olson, Kathryn Adele ------ Oison, Norman Arnold ----- 219 Onderwyzer, Claire S. ------ 325 Onizuka, Ellison Shoji ---- Oppenlander, Elaine Ann -348 334 Oppermann, C. F. lll -----. 512 207, 512 Opsah l, Randi -------- Oram, Calvin Kepler ------ 474 209, Orlin, Susan Kay -----. Orndorr, Barbara Kay -- Orr, James Corwin ---- 370, 291, 324 512 512 Orr, Micki Lynn ---. ..... - 327 Orr, Raymond James ----- 473 Orris Glenn William -214 326 Orsay, Jo Ann -- ----- 123, Ortega, James Joseph ---- Ortiz, Carlos Edwardo - ---. 215 Osborn, Dorothy Carol ----- 195 Osborne, Crystal Gay ---3---512 3 6, Osebold, Florence Anne Osmer, Ruth Lillian --- -297 432 Otoupalik, Joan M. -------- 178, 334 Osweiler, Katheryn Ann ---- 341 340 358 Ott, John Adam ---------- 183, Ouer, Mona rae ------ 512 Overholt, Stephanie E. ----- 326 Overlees, Frances M. -----. 326 Overton, Patricia Ann 185, 320 Oviott, Pamela Joy ---181, 512 Owen, Donald George --363, 475 Owen, Mary Helene ------- 326 Owen, Tom Sue ---------.. 197 183 385 Owen, Wyndell ----------- 1 89, Owens, Linda Lorraine Owens, Patricia Ann ------- 202 Owens, Patricia Jean .---.- 206 Pacheck, Edward R., Jr. ----475 -470 Pacheco, Daniel Michael -- Pacheco, Charles Edmund Packard, Barbara Lois 197, Padia, William Lloyd ------ Page, Donna Jean -------- 512 Pohl, Joseph McCauley --301 329 299 ----235 --370 Palagonia, Patricia A. --- Palermo, Wanda Jean ----- 332 Palmer, Cynthia Johnson 412 -.-193, Palmer, David Arthur ----- 374 Palmer Donald Arthur Polmerf Edward Emery 11-- -474 --213 Palmer, Margaret Diane ---- 334 Palmer, Philip Ernest --360, 390 Palmer, Terry Ann ---- 195, 329 Palmetier, Patricia A. --123, 194 Pandermalis, Maria ---..-- 383 Pankonin, Suzanne ------- 367 Paoli, Bernard Francis --.-- 353 Popazian, Suzanne E. ------ 342 321 Poquette, Clydene Gail -512 Paradise, Diane E. F, ----- Parana Lynn Kerrel g,,,,--,366 Pardee, Dennis Paul ------- 245 Pardee, Susanne Kaye ----- 387 Pardue, Douglas La oBn 346, 470 Parella, Robert James -.--- 217 Paris, Donald Keith ------- 305 Paris, Margaret Arelene ---321 Park, Agnes Anne ---.-.-- 181 Park, John Deighton ------ 512 Park, Keith Harrison ----- Parker, Eugene J. -------- 252 Parker, Henry Sawtell ----- Parker, Stephen Claude ----353 Parks, John Edwin -------- 345 Parmelee, aJnice Elaine ---- 181 Parrish, Oliver Nelson ------ 228 Parrott, Timothy John ---- 196, Parsons, Patricia L. --- -363 -217 -222 512 Partridge, Robert V. ------- 360 Partyka, Eva Rosa ---- 325, 187 Pashel, Gary Alan -------- Pashley, Richard Dana --- Pasternack, Cyril Ann 340, Pate, Kathleen ----,--,-- -181 Pate, Meredith ----------- 181 Pate, Myrna ---------- ---197 Patla, John Michael ----.- Patrick, Gail Ann --------- Patrick, Sally ---,-,,- ..--- Pattee, Anne Lupton --195, Patten, Albert M. lll ----- -512 -470 390 368 1 99 330 368 -219 549 Patterson, Patterson Patterson Dan Moore, Jr. - , James C. lll -.-- -305 -227 , James H., Jr. ,... 512 Patterson, Jane Brooks ..o. 369 Patterson, Kathleen R. 193, 329 Patterson, Patricia L. ...... 327 Patterson, Rebecca Hope ---369 Patterson, Robert D. ll ..... 512 Pattison, Thomas Roy ..... 220 Patton, Ann Osborn ....... 195 Paul, Carolyne ........... 512 Paul, Gregory Stephen -----,241 Paul, Janice Mary ........ 209 -353 Paul, Stephen Edward Paulson, Karyn Marie Paulson, Nancy Lee Pavlica, Terry Lee ---.---- Pavlik, Donna Lynn - ---- - - ----- 228 - 203 327 -239 -447 Paxton, Patricia Ellen ------ 320 Payne, Cheryl Jennett ---- Payne, Douglas Cecil --241 Payne, Judith Lynn ---189 J Pearce, Michael Francis --- 1 -319 301 334 -360 Pearson, Douglas Lyle ----- 346 Pearson, Penelope Leigh 181, Pearson, Sharon Ellen ----- Pearson, Steven Ephraim -- Pease, Linda Edith ---- 197 1 320 -327 -219 512 Peck, Earl Mulkins ------ -512 Peck, Janice Ilene ------- Peck, Nancy Jane --- ----- -245 Pecka, Jeffrey Lynn --1 Peckham, Mary Eliza -325 183 358 193 Pedrdnl, Cheryl Aileen-IEIZI199 Peencif, David Eugene 270, 5 Pe ram Pamela Ruth g ---- Pellett,'William Robert --- 286, -343 -248 Pellillo, Corrinne Jay ---- --386 Pelsue, Bradley Allen - ----- 349 Pelton, Linda Donell ------- 391 Peltz, Alvin Eugene ------ -512 Penley, Mary Ann -------- 321 235 475 Penney, Kenneth Bryce Pennington, Marilyn M. --L Perelli, Minetti Quito -- 127, Perez, De Tejada Hector --- -512 129 -348 Perini, David Alfred ------ 305 Perkin, Michael Graham ---. 214 Perler, Helene Rosalind ---- 201 Perlmutter, Joseph Eric ---- 237 Perlstein, James K. ------- -359 Permut, Steven Eli -------- 121 Perrin, Kathleen Grice ----- 207 Perry, Adele Augustine 370, 512 Perry, Carmel Preston 195, 346 Perry, David Cook -------- 303 Perry, Frances Sortwell ---- 322 Perry, Meredith Ann -----. 512 Perry, William Robert ----- 241 Persichitte, John A. ------- 227 Peters, Brian Henry --124, 244 Peters, Susan Adair --199, 512 Petersen, Charles Rae ----- 514 Petersen, Leslyn Kay - ----- 447 Petersen, Renee Pauline ---- 514 Petersen, Robert Scott ----- 225 Peterson, Petersen, Suzanne ---- 181, 343 Peterson, Carl William -.... 306 Peterson, Eric Jones ------- 345 Peterson, Gary Glen ------- 514 Peterson, Gordon Eugene ---514 Peterson, Mary Allen ---.-- 245 Peterson, Mary Lee ---187, 342 Peterson, Pamela Kay 187, 514 Peterson, Patricia E. ------ 326 Peterson, Thomas Vern ---- 363 Peterson, Virginia Sue ----- 369 Warren Humes ---360 Rolander, Carl Arthur ----- 213 Petrino, Richard George --- Petrovich, Ellen Gail ----- - -514 -326 Petty, Mary Sherrill ------- 321 Pettyiohn Robert Louis ----514 Pflager, Paula Louise 193, Fflueger, Kristin Elise 195, Phelps, Bonnie Noreen 391 Phelan, Marcia Winthrop --514 J 'Tri' Phifer, a mes Ray ---- 2 , 326 334, 514 514 Philcox, John Ellis -------- 475 Phillips, David Parker ----- 239 Phillips, Gerald James ----- 514 Phillips, James Watts -----. 220 Phillips, Joann Barbara ---. 325 Phillips, Jo ce Kay ------- 321 Phillips, Julie Anne -.----- 342 Phillips, Lesa Ann ---- 181, 385 Phillips, Linn Voorhees ---- 358 Phglilps, Norma Terhune --187, Phillips, Penny Marie ------ 178 Phillips, Randall Buren ---. 220 Phillips, Thomas Michel Phippen, Christine Ann , i'a'5' Phipps, Nancy Jo --------- -363 385 189 Phypers, James M. ------- 227 Piccolo, Emil R. --------- -245 Pickens, Sandra Lee Y. ---- 372 Pickering, Denise Marie 183, 459 Pickering, Pat Perry ------ 475 Piehl, Kathy Lee - ------- -201 Piel, Margaret Christie 195, 472 Pierce, Edward Alan ------ 514 Pierce, Lynda Kay .-----.. 187 Pierce, Sharon Marie --.--- 335 Piering, Mary Bruce -- ----- 334 Pierpoint, Nancy Lee --332, 460 Piersel, Wa ne Charles ---- 248 Pierson, Eddie Gail ----.--- 346 Pierson, Kristi Jane ------ --330 Pieser, Benjamin A. ------- 246 Pifer, Gerald Robert ---.---514 Pigford, Patricia Jane -----332 Pike, Steven Edward ------ Pinkerton, Robert S. ----- -235 -213 Pippin, Bruce Caleb -.- ---- 514 550 Pirie, Kathryn Lynn --- 195, Pisciotto, John Lee -----. Pizzuto, Christina Ann ---- Plaga, Patricia Ann ------ Plant, Ruth Ann ------.-- Plantz, Lawrence Allan --- Plattner, Susan Lee --201 Pletcher, Gary Allen ----- Pletcher, John W. Ill ----- Plog, Christine Mary ----- Plotsky, Kenneth Gary 247, Plumb, Barbara Jean ---- Plunkett, Carl Dee --.---- Plunkett, Ronald D. ------ Poe Susan ari , M 'a -------- Pofahl, Cheryl Marion ---- 326 -514 -342 -193 -421 -270 324 I-270 -514 -187 429 -322 -356 -297 -189 -342 Pogliano, Kristen --------- 321 Polacek, George Charles 305 Poland, Troxel lvan ---- 2:2350 Paley, Pollac Barbara Ann --331, k, Jean Hannah ----- Pollak, ' ' 450 201 William ----------- 300 514 Pollard, Susan Belle --181, Pollock, John Edward --227, Polumbus, Richard T. --270, 300 Polvogt, Linda Lucille ----- 341 470 Pomeranz, Ronald Alvin --229 Pomeroy, Jill -------- --,,- 3 24 Pond, Ashley D. ----------- 360 Ponder, Thomas Anderson --220 Pontiff, Penny Jean -------331 Pontious, Carol Lynn ----- 514 Pook, Laszlo Attila ---423, 514 Pool, John Ezra ---------- 474 Pooley, Jeffrey H. ------- 514 Pope, Sally Jane ---------- 320 Popish, Robert John ------- 514 Popple, John Arthur ------- 459 Poppleton, Virginia Lee ---- 326 Porreco, Richard P. ------. Port, Patricia M. ------ 181, -219 331 Port, Stephen Charles -.--- 351 Porter, Allen Bailey --219, 465 Porter, Carol Jeanne ---.-- 342 Porter, Clyde William ---- -225 Porter, Judith Kathleen ---- 178 Porter, Leland Cyril, Jr. ---355 Porter, Patsy Sue - ----. -- Portnoy, Mary Jane --320, Posner, Robert Lance --.- - Posorske, Connie Jeanne 386, 455 -514 390 -233 isa, Pospisil, Helen Rose ------ 185 Poss, Margo Jean --------- 370 Post, Edward Lory ---- 349, Post, Suzanne Ka 514 183 y -------- Postma, Julie Ann 332, 387, 460 Potter, Donna Suzanne 196, 514 Potter, Gary Thomas -. ----- 532 Potter, Richard James ----- 235 Potter, Samuel Bert ------- 219 Povey, Ann Kathleen ----- 514 Powell, David Llewellyn ---- 475 Powell, Mary Patricia 452, 514 Powell, Patricia Walter ---- 239 Powers, Diane Dorothy --.- 372 Powers, Harry Adams Ill --365 Powers, John Michael ----- 358 Powers, Patricia Crane ----327 Powers, Robert Leon ----.- 307 Powhida, Helen Marie ----- 123 Prehn, Janet Helena ------- 374 Prentice, Jamie Irene .----- 326 Prentice, Rodney Earle -.----349 Prentiss, Andrew Arthur ---. 220 Preston Richard Eol , r -.--- Prevedel, Mary C. ---. 197, Prewitt, Sandra Elam ----- Preyer, Verle Ray ---- -.-- - 222 330 -514 -514 Price, Barbara Kay 126, 194, 514 Price, James Richard ----- -291 Price, Jini Lin ------------ 335 Price, Laura Elizabeth ----- 185 Price, Nancy Ellen -------. 344 Price, Phyllis Alois ---- 185, 320 Price, Richard Kim ------ -239 Prichard, Kirk Brenton ---- 353 Priebe, Barbara Jean ------ 514 Priebe, John Wayne -----. 356 Priest, Gary Lee . ----.---- 220 Primack, Jordan Stanley ---237 Prince, Jacqueline Kay ----374 Pringle, Bruce David --.--- 246 Pringle, Charles Clarke ---- 351 Prinster, Anthony F. ------ 532 Prior, Francis Joseph - -.-- -231 Prior, Nancy Jane ------- .209 Pritchard, Marilynne A. 178, 385 Prizer, Margaret Helen ---.368 Proggr, Arnold Gray, Jr. 472, Proctor, Christine Ann 209, 340 Proctor, Mary Beth ------. 341 Prouhet, Deborah Lee ----- 325 -219 Prudhomme, Joel Aubrey - Pruett, Charles Michael -- Pryor, Susan --- -----183, Ptashne, Kay Alice --- --- Puckett, Sara Chappell 207, Pudenz, Mary Sondra ----. 514 305 514 201 342 Pudim, Robert Arthur - - .-129 Putter, James Whitney 227, 474 Pullen, Barbara J. -------- 199 Pullen, Sharon Lee -------- 178 Pulver, Frank James lll --- 225 Pulver, James Allen 122, 245, 514 Purcell, Judie Colleen ----- 123 Purcell, Margaret Ethel 181, 514 Purinton, Raymond F. lll -- 514 Purmort, Joyce Ellen --209, Puryear, Linda Sue -----.- Putna Putna m, Robert Henry --- 251, 447 -390 -473 m, Thomas M. Ill ---- 514 Q Quade, Susan Elyizabeth 170, 181 Qualteri, Judeen Lee ------203 Quan, Lynda Mary .......- 514 Queen, Judith Lee -------- 447 uereau Sall Q , Y -..-.-.---.- Quick, Georgia Marie - 183, 325 Quick, Jerry Eugene - 514 532 Quinlan, Clarissa Marie-2:12199 Quinn, Candonce K. - Quinn, Donald Michael Quinn, Terrence James R -----370 ----473 ----243 Rader, Nancy Ja ---.----- 206 Radetsky, Gerald Paul ----. 360 Radovich, George Daniel ---222 Raeder, Judy Preston -..-.- 514 Ragland, William H., Jr. ---122 Ralston, Charles Allen ----- 213 Ramsey, Samuel Allen Randall Elaine A -..---514 189 370 1 V171 -- I Randall, John Lotus -.----- 514 Randolph, Anne --------.. 181 Randolph, Karen Dee ----- 327 Rank, Elizabeth Ann - Ranney, Kathleen Alice-::. Ransome Robe rt Leslie -447 -368 , ---. 225 Rappeport, Lawrence R. ---214 Rasmussen, Peter Linn ----222 Kasor, Karen Esther ---.--- 330 Rayburn, James C. Ill ----- Raymond, Barbara Lee 348 331 305 Raymond, Jeffrey Mead-II: Rea, Virginia- Elsie ......-. 514 Read, Arnold Edward ----- 349 Read, Richard Duane --470, 473 Read, Sarah Ann ----- 199, 517 Read, Steven Harry ------- 360 Read, Susan -------------- 517 Ream, Barbara Ellis ------. 319 Rebich, Michael S. ---. 275, 278 Records Sharon -325 , Lee ------ Rector, Timoth L. ------ -363 Redding, Timothy John ---- 227 Reddish, Michal Anne -332 Redman, Michael Door -3-02 360 Reed, John Almer, Jr. --5-517 Reed, John Patrick ----308, 345 Reed, Marcia Lee --------- 195 Reed, Marianne Lee -----. 367 Reed, Marilynn Jean ------ 391 Reed, Sarah Kay 172, 188, 517 Reeder, Randolph Alan ---. 353 Reese, Juliet Richmond 199, 327 Reeves, Courtney Lea ------ 178 Reeves, Nancy Ann ------- 327 Reeves, Paul William, Jr. --517 Reeves Richard B. ---- 130, 517 Reevesf Ronald Kent ----- -532 Rehbein, Suzanne L. 199, 391 342, Reich, Robert Alan - ----.- 235 Reichardt, Terri --187, 330, 391 Reichman, Donald Harry ---245 Reid, Margaret Leslie -.--- 369 Reider, Robin ----------.- 367 Reiland, Barbara Gail -.--.- 183 Reilly, Craig James ------- 351 Rein e, Mary Margaret ----gg Reinking, Victor W. ---104, Reiva, Thomas James ----- 125 Relin, Brian Honis -- ----- -517 Remling, Anita Faye -342 Reordan, Nancy Louise 338, 344, 450, 517 Replin, Judy Elaine - ------ 205 Replin, Stephen David ----- 247 Reser, Gretchen --------- -370 Reser, Lillian Kay 126, 172, 202, 384, 387 Revier, Charles F. ---- 119, 517 Rex, Anne Loren --------- 187 Rex, Lloyd Ferrell --------- 517 Reynolds, Christine K. S. ---517 Reynolds, Jane ------- ---. 3 41 Reynolds, Jeffrey Root ---- 415 Reynolds, Normand L. ---- 517 Reynolds, Suzanne S. ------ 183 Reynolds, Thomas Vaughn --219 Rhen, Thomas Allen --470, 473 Rhoads, Lorna Dixon ----- .325 Rhoads, Margaret E. ----- -329 Rhoads, Russell Lloyd --.- Rhode, Cynthia Jean ----- Rhodes, Judith Ann ------ Rhodes, Robert Dell ------ Rhodes, Roland B., Jr. 252 Rhudy, Shirley Ann ----- L Rice, Judith Elaine ------ Rice, Norma Kathryn ---- Rice, Sandra ------------ -346 -183 -369 -297 306 -332 -332 -332 -189 Rice, Susan Jean ------. --517 Rich, James David - -. 130 Richards, Stephen Allen -L Richardson, Connie Rae --- Richardson, Kathryn Sus -- Richardson, Mark James - Richardson, Thora P. 181, 390 517 -362 , 320 -517 -475 329, Richey, Kathryn Ann ------ Richmond, Donald Ladwig Riddell, Charles Edwin .... I Riddle, Joseph M. ---- 415, Rider, Kirk Edward 195 250 301 517 - ------ 349 Riedesel, Elizabeth K. ----- 330 Rief, Robert Michael Riegel, Marla l-ou --22:22 Rieger, Linda Diane ----- Riesen, Judy Lorelei Riethmonn, David Ray-IE: Rieffel, Molly Ann Rigg, Sandra Lee ---- 187, Riggs, Thomas B., Jr. ----- Right, Richard Harris ----- 237 Riley, Bruce Glenn ------- Riley, Carol Ann 110, 189, Riley, John Michael ------ Riley, Patrick Allen ------ Rima, William Henry Ill -- Martha Jane ------ 189 Rinne, Ralph C., Jr. ----- Ripmaster, Joel David 222, Riser, Alix Elizabeth ------ Riser, Marta Helen ----.-- 326 Michael Thomas ..--241 Ritchey, Marilyn Mimi ---- 331 Rimel, Risner, -213 -329 -329 -178 -517 --------517 465 -252 -245 452 -351 -214 -350 270 179 Ritt, Phyllis Elaine -------- 187 Rittenhouse, Sally l. 181, 342, 390 Rittenhouse, Susan Jane 181, 517 Ritter, Donald Bruce -----. 455 Ritzentholer, John G., Jr. --360 Roark, Stephen Robert --- Robbins, Carolyn -------- -214 -517 Roberson, Patricia Mae ---.-331 Roberts, Cynthia D. ------- 369 Roberts, Edwin Coxe ll ---- 217 Rogggts, Elizabeth D. 126, 199, Roberts, Karen Ann --334, 412 Roberts, Linda E. ------- .---325 Roberts, Patricia Ann ----- 185 Roberts, Ryan Terrett ----- 470 Roberts, William J. lll --- Robertson Bruce Allen --- -474 -225 Robertson: Deborah Lee ---517 Robertson, Diana Joy Robertson -----326 Leslie Lois ----. 195 Rolgglxtson, Wilhelmlna E. --183, Robinett, Jean Louise ------ 183 Robinson, Donna Gale .---- 189 Robinson, Evelyn F. --....- 327 Robinson, James Spencer --345, 475 Robinson, Janet Sue ------- 517 Robinson, Michael V. ----- 248 Robinson, Pamela Ann ---. 370 Rolgznion, Rebecca Lee 193, 460, Robinson, Saralee --------- 189 Robinson, Taylor -- .-ess-s. 385 Robison, Linda Carol ------ 322 Robinson Roblek, , Steve Paul .----- James Richard --.- -434 -219 Enilda Maria ------ 341 Robnett, Rosemary ---181, Roca, Mariana Margaret --532 Robles, 327 Rocha, Anthony Edward ----517 Rock, Leroy Clifford ---- ---218 - Rodell, Eileen Maria -.-.-- -390 Rogggck, Richard K., Jr. 243, Rodriguez, Pamela Nunn --517 Roetzel, Sally Ann ---..... 183 Rogala, Kenneth Alan 350, 390 Rogers, Faith Elaine ------ 129 Rogers, Franklin Earl --270 291 Rogers, Gloria Ann ------- 327 Rogers, Kathryn Ann ------ 185 Rogers, Nancy Karen ------ 337 Rogers, Virginia Elaine ---- 319 Rogoff, Linda Sue ---- ----447 Rohan, Charles Michael ---517 Roll, Jill Barbara -------- Rollman, Donna Lou -- Romeo, Stephen Grant -2:25 -517 325 356 Romeo, Vicki Lynne ------- 340 Romer, Richard P. lll ---- Romine, Michael William -474 ---282 Rommel, Jane Ross ---.-.- 181 Roadhouse, Carol Kay ----- 341 Roosa, Stephen Thomas ---475 Root, Karen Kaye --------- 332 Root, Michael Clark ---- --213 Root, Robert Wiese ---.-.-- 517 Rork, Lucinda Janet ------ 181 Rose, Jerome Carl -------- 354 Rosebraugh, Linda Lou 207 Rosegay, Candace Louise7::327 Rosen Jane Carolyn -- , ---- 331 Rosen, Michael Richard 248, 360 Rosen, Mona Rae -.-.----- 330 Rosen, Lillian ----..--.--- 203 Rosenfeld, Ronald lrwin --- -220 Rosenthal, Jenny Neta ----517 Roshek, Lorraine -------- Ross, Harold Grant ------- Ross, Linda Rae --------- Ross, Pamela ------------ Ross, Stephen Michael -- Rossiter, Frederick E. ----- Rossman, Janet Elaine Roten, Laura Ann -------- Roth, John Richard --.--- Roth, Kristine Louise ----- Rouse, Virginia Romaine -- Rowe, Michael Allan ----- Rowe, Steven Frank ------ Rowell, Dina Storm ---- 203 Rowell, Robert Wayne ----- Rowland, Mary Allen ------ 195 Rowley, Katharine M. - .--. 327 Roy, Philip Clark -- 243 -178 -390 -340 -181 -245 -235 -320 -367 -302 -185 -195 -348 -278 , 325 -300 Sams, Anne Travis .,.,.. --342 -434 Schlund, Laura Ann ..,,.. 334 Schmidt SaBell, Dennis Wayne ...,., 358 Rubel, Theodore Henry .... 247 Rubenstein, Roberta --107, 450, 517 Ruck, Helen Louise .,.. 195 383, 517 Rucker, Kathleen Beth --J-207 Rudd, Kenneth Allen ...,e -243 Ruder, Frank Anthony ..... 354 Rudolph, William Riggs .e.. 213 Rueckert, Frederick K. - .... 220 Ruettgers, Richard C. ..... 363 Ruffell, William Murray ---302 Rugen, Thomas William 248 Ruggiero, Guido, Jr. --303, Rugtiv, Susan Irene --189, ,517 517 330 Ruisch, Barbara Diane .,,, 324 Runner, Karen Marie a,.... Runstrom, Nancy Jean 183, Runyan, Craig Stephen -.--346 Runyan, Thomas D, ,,.,,.. 308 Rupp, Cynthia Lynne ....., 326 Rushton, Linda .....,.,... 187 Russell, Daryl Andre .,.... 517 Russell, Lynne Ann -- ....,w 447 Ruston, Robert Matthew ---235 Ruth, Daniel Howard ,..... 305 Rutherford, Ann ,,...... --189 Rutledge, Jerry Gordon 222, 517 Rutledge, Marvin D. ..,,,, 439 Rutledge, Roberta J. - ssss, 319 Sabich, Vladimir Peter ..,. Sabin, Jerry Ann ,.----181 -282 385 Sabin, Robert Earl ..ss.s l-532 Sabo, John William III .sss 517 Sabol, Penelope K. ....... -517 Sachter, Ellen Harriet ,,.,,, 201 Sackin, Patricia Ann --205 330 Sackse, Jeanne Lavern M, --185 Sadok, Dionne Sande .s.... 187 Sadwith, Barbara Anne .,,. 327 Saffier, Donna Kay ...,.s, -205 Safford, Thomas Howard - 517 -470, Sagel, James Edward ...... 358 Said, Khalid Ibrahim .e,.., 406 Sale, Claudia B. ssssss 125 , 181 Saliman, Diane Beth ....... 201 Salisbury, Barbara Ann ssss 326 Solten, Jean Marion ,,,,, -373 Sampsel, James William ---363 Sampson, William D. -.245 353 Samuelson, Kathy Ann -----368 Sanders, Thomas G. -.. ..... 368 Sandford, Joseph W., Jr. ---518 Sandknop, Ellen Ann ...., -207 Sandoe, Anne Leah --193, 319 Sandrin, Christine A. ...... 207 Sondt, Katherine Ann .,,,., 181 Sawyer, Karyn Elizabeth --- Saxe, Sharon Stewart ...... 209 Sawyer, Susan Elizabeth ---187 189 185 Sayell, Jane Ann ........., Sayner, Sandace Barr --199 Sayre, Richard George ----'-470 320 Scarth, Alfred Mamaty .s., 231 Scena, Christopher M. us... 353 Schaal, Elmyra Joan .,..... 335 Schachet, John Larry ,...,s 247 Schaefer, John Joseph ..... 518 Schaefer, Lowell Thomas --475 Schafer, James Edward ...,. 243 Schafer, Marilyn Diane ---.326 Schaffner, Barbara Dee - Schafroth, Eve Suzanne 367 20954465 Schagane, Susan Jane ,,... 330 Schallock, Donald Alan sses 474 Schantz, Thomas Richard --121 Schapira, Mark Perry ..... 355 Schops, Stephen Roy ...... 358 Schedvin, Robert Allen .... 429 Scheer, Sylvia ,,,..,.,,,, -327 Schermer, Barry Stuart 307, 472 356, Scheuble, Margaret Ann .... 518 Scheuer, Ralph H. ..,...,, 237 Schiel, George Richard ..... 363 Schields, Gail Ann .....,,. 321 Schneider, Nancy Ann ..... 201 Schneider, Sandra Lee ..... 518 Schneider, William John ---360 Schnell, Richard Allen .... -475 Schnitker, James M. ...... 305 Schock, Steven Kirtland ---348 Schofield, Robert B., Jr. .... 518 Scholz, Margaret Louise ---336 Schone, Gary Wayne ...... 346 Schopf, Clifford W. ....... -215 Schopf, Susan -- ,... ,,.,-. 3 29 Schreiber, Richard P. ...... 518 Schreiber, Walter T. ...... 360 Schreibstein, Leonard --373, 518 Schreiner, Alicia Marie ,... 324 Schreiner, John Chamber -- -225 Schroeder, David Felton ---- 351 Schroeder, Lexi Ann -------518 Schroeder, Roberta L. --197, 342 Schryver, Lewis Eric ------- 213 Schuetz, Louis John -----. -346 Schuh, John William -----. 350 Schuldt, Pamela Linn ----- 332 Schuler, James Edgar ------ 223 Schulte, Colette Ann ------ 331 Schulte, Trina Margaret ---518 Schultz, Robert William ---. 350 Schulz, Waldean Allen ---- 355 Schumacher, John E. Ill -.-- 225 Rutledge, Terry George ---- 475 Rutt, Constance Gay - --.-- 193 Ruttenbaum, Steven R. ----247 Ryan, Jane Louise ---- .. ---- 187 299 Ryan, John Thomas --297, Ryan, Patricia K. --------- 329 Ryder, Kenneth John ---.--306 Ryer, Michael ---- ---- 362, 408 Ryerson, Robert William ---- 517 Rygel, Sandra Jane --207, 329 Sabatino, Louis William ---270 Sabec, Phyllis Joyce -----. - Sabec, Sharon Marie -..337, 334 517 Sanford, Thomas Richard --360 Sope, George Peter --174, 384, 518 Saracino, Isobel Mary 183, Sorcani, Thomas Anthony - Sargent, Patty Snowden 199, Sarsfield, Michelle D. ------ 225, 329 219 335 331 Sato, Kathleen Ann ------- 447 Sato, Richard Kyoii -----.-- 518 Sauer, Paul Daniel -------- 305 Sauer, Robert Lee --------- 518 Sauer, Theodor C., Jr. ------ 302 Sauer, Wayne Richard ----- 360 Saunders, James Allen -----302 Saunders, Kathleen -- .-.--- 518 Saunders, Kathleen Ann -.-- 518 Saunders, Norman Harold 224, 300 Savage, Donald Edwin .---- 345 Savage, Frances Jean ----- 207 Savage, Thomas V. -------- 227 Savidge, Gretchen ---.--- --183 Savlgnac, Eugene Martin ---243 Sawdey, Norma Lynn ------ Sawicki, Walter J. Ill .- ---- - 331 250 Sawin, James Leslie ------- 475 Schierbrock, Lois Karen -.-. 336 Schiff, Howard Norman ---. Schifferns, James J. ------ Schiller, lrwin O., Jr. ------ Schilling, Robert Dean ------ Schlacks, William John ---- Schlaepfer, Madelyn A. Schlechten, Carol Tracy ---- Schlenker, Paul Robert ---. Schlenzig, William E. ---.-. Schlimme, Charlene E. ----- Schloss, Stuart A., Jr. -----. Schlueter, Sondra Rae ----- 373 -345 270 219 241 330 193 215 241 319 360 518 Schlutter, William D. ---.-- 346 518 518 532 346 199 289 Schmidt, Ava Lynn ------- Schmidt, Christine R. ---- -- Schmidt, Henry T., Jr. ----- Schmidt, Herbert M. ------- Schmidt, Nancy Lynne ----- Schmidt, Paul Clarence , -. Susan E. 335, 387, Schmittgen, Nancy --170, Schmitz, Marjorie Ann 203, Scgrgeider, Cynthia M. 193, 450 197 340 384, Schutz, Mikel Francis ------ 249 Sclzxgib, Kenneth Wayne --363, Sclgvsrgb, Robert Lee --131, 350, Schwake, Harlan Erwin ----518 Schwake, Terri Neil A. ---. 518 Schwartz, Ann Deimel 205, 324 Schwartz, Cerie Lee --201, 387 Schwartz, Chester P. ------ 236 Schwartz Schwartz Schwarz, , Nancy Carol ---- 324 Schwartz, Susan Gail -.--- man, Stephen D. --251 Richard Karl --- Schweninger, Loren L. 270, -447 271, 305 Sciubba, Frederick M. ---.- 351 Scales, Clessen K., Jr. -.--- 518 518 Sconce, Peggy Lu --- Scordo, John Joseph ll-5:11 Scott Haskell Carroll ------ Scott, Jane Ellen ----- 178, Scott, John Clifford -------. Scott, Joseph Leonard Scott, Karen Joan -- Scott, Linda Elizabeth 349 518 518 222 346 199 335 551 Sisbawer, Elaine S. ....... Sloggett, Anne Hayden Scott, Martha Hamilton 195 , 331 Scott Ronald Robert ...... 270 1 Scott, Sandra Kaye ....... 329 Scott, Thomas Harold --229, 346 Scott, Thomas William 225, 375 Seabourn, Mariorie Ann ---320 Searles, Barry Jacobson .... 215 Sears, Carolyn Ann ,....... 447 Sears, Daniel Joseph ...... 213 Seaton, Donald Richard .....,, Sebastian, Martie L. ------ -327 Secord ,Carol Lynn --.- ..... 209 Seely, Fred Throp .... 220, 278 Seibel, Carolyn Jane ,,..... 193 Seibert, Susan Joe ----325, 518 Seiferth, Patricia L. ...,... 518 Seiffert, Nancy Tufts ...... 197 Selders, Thomas Earl ....., 349 Sellinger, David Scott --239, 350 Seminario, Gloria Maria .... 187 Senn, Susan Louise .,...... 518 Seppa, June Kathryn ...... 329 Serino, Lucille Joan .....,. 319 Serpan, George Michael -349 Serrell, Beth A. ....... EI: Stasica, Michael John ..... 222 -206 -518 Sesgicgns, Donald L., Jr. 222, 291, Setchell, Robert Earle ...... 299 Settle, Karla Benay ....... 199 Setzer, Karen Anderson .... 518 Seufer, Tommy Dean --245, 518 Severson, Sharon Marie ---- 324 Seygi, Frederick Kurtz 227, 389, Seymour, Jane Louise ...... 187 Shackelford, Alice E. --326, 421 Shaffer, Stephen M. ...... 434 Shafner, Elayne Frances 201, 330 Shahan, David Richard .... 363 Shaiman, Charlene F. ...,.c 205 Shaleen, Kenneth Harry ---232 Shompanier, Ellen Kay .... 518 Shanahan, William M. ----434 Shaner, Myrna Harriet ----518 Shankland, Sherwood L..... 351 Shanks, James Richard .... 235 Shannon, Bonnie Sue --369, 518 Shannon, Jeanne Marie .... 319 Shapiro, Lewis Evan - ..... 346 Shaw, Kathryn Jane ...... 331 Shaw, Susan Curtis .... 366, 519 Shaw, Suzanne Louise --327, 390 Shea, Carolyn Louise .,L... 324 Sheaffer, Donald Ralph ---439 Shear, Ronald Howard .... 245 Shearer, Carolyn J. .,,..... 519 Shearer, Robert Arlin ...... 225 Shedden, John Harrison 249, 470 Sheffield, Laurey Gay .c.... 329 Sheimo, Theodore Carl .... 351 Sheldon, Leslie Elaine ...... 336 Shelley, George Steven .... 519 Shelggn, Judith Marie 195, 327, Shelton, Marianne .... 181, 327 Shenefelt, Leslie L. 90, 329, 519 Shepherd, Anne Elaine 197, 367 Sheppard, Katherine Ann --519 Sheppard, Ronald Edward ---222 Shepperd Jack Leroy ..... 348 Sherfey, 'Kaihieen o. ...... 372 -359 Shetler, Thomas Sam ----- Sherman, Barbara -------- 334 Sherman, Marcia Arlene ---- 344 Sheiihngan, Melinda Anne --207, Sherman, Richard Clark --220, 384, 519 Sherrill, Sara Lynn --, ---- --195 Shewitz, Kenneth Mark --- Shewmaker, Jo Renee ------ 178 185 520 520 Swanson, Roger Clarence --.- 353 233 -415 Shibley Kathryn Ann ------ Shicora, Mary Lynn --193, Shields, Lillian M. ------- Shields, Mary Ellen ..-.-- Shilling, Arthur Eugene --- Stern, Linda Mae --------. Shinn, Jerry Floyd ------- Shipman, Gyanne Ruth --- Shippey, Andrea Mary 112, 181, 383, 519 341 -519 -334 -225 -235 - 337 172, Shippey, John Hanson ----- 225 Shiraki, Ernest T. ---.----- 348 Shirk, Richard Leo --.---.- 365 Shirkey, Michael David - - Shirley, Linda Jo ----. 208, Shively, Robert Donald --- Shockey, Marian Louise --- Shockey, Ronald Carl ---.- Shoemake, Jill ------ -183, Sholar, Ronald Oran ...--- -433 386 -519 -335 -355 459 -215 Shonkwiler, Robert T. ----- - 235 Shontz, Sharon Louise 189 320 Shontz, Suzanne ---- ---- --519 Shook, Gary Richard ----- -355 Shore, Bonnie Alene ------- 370 Short, Barbara Louise -.-- -319 Short, Joel Bradley -.- ---- Shotwell, Craig Richard 351 Shreve, Sara Ann 123, 178,' 387 -532 470 385, Shroads, Charles A. --.---- 301 Shroyer, James Michael -- -362 Shubin, Derek Allan ---..---213 Shuey, Philip James ------ 519 Shultz, Diane Kathleen ---- 373 Shultz, Mary Ellen -------- 320 Shurm, Shirleg E. .----.--- 342 Shwayder, Ro ert Craig ---- 215 Sides, Richard James ------ 132 Sidwell, Dave Scott ----229, 270 Sidwell, Steven Dunn ------ 270 Siebus, Janet Irma ------- 519 Siefert, Karen ------.--.-. 197 Sight, John Stephen -.----- 237 Sigurdson, Lynette Jean -.-- 197 Sillars, Carolyn Marie -.... 519 552 Silver Lawrence Robert 237 Silverberg, Cathey B. --1:2205 Silverman, Irwin Stuart ----452 Silverman, Judith Rae 332, 519 Simeral, Joan Blair ------- 342 Simmons, Barry Dean ----- -251 Simmons, Constance Lee --109, 383, 460, 519 Simmons, Frederick C. ----. 222 Simmons, Jack M. lll ---.- 358 Simmons, Joyce Kay --.-- -369 Simmons, Martha E. --..-.. 372 Simmons, Michael James --305 Simmons, Stephanie B. ----- 412 Simmons, Susan Roe ---..- 335 Simms, Judith Josephine ---332 Simms, Sandra Jean 99, 195, 329 Simon, Kenneth Alfred -.-- Simon, Ned Alan --------- Sim son Kathe -519 -245 -372 p , rine D. ---- Simpson, Nancy Anne 183, Simpson, Robert John ------ Sims, Vivian Marlene --170, Simpson, Dorothy M. .----. Sinclair, Susan Lynn ------- 329 Singel, Singer, Nancy Carol ----.- Eric Sherman ------ Singer, Estelle Beth ------- Singer, Janet Elizabeth --- Singer, Theodore M. --..-- Sinkey, Barry Linn ---- 373, Sinkey, Patty Jo -...---- Sinnard, Catherine Ann 195, Sipos, Leonard Lee ---- 123, Sipp, Marty Jo - ------- -- 367 302 197 -447 320 308 331 334 133 519 519 387 243 519 369 245 Sisk, Charles Langford .--- 2 Sitas, Gus George -..--.-- Siu, Elfrida Cecila --------- 343 350 Sixkiller, Mary Ellen ---..- 319 Skaff, Adele Helen --, .----- 329 Skakich, Neva ----------- 331 Skeer, Berkley Jane --204, 385 Skeff, Kelley Michael .--. Skupa, Gary Lee --------- Slack, Donald R. -------.- Slatkin, William Lee -- 237, Slattery, Patricia Jean ---- Slavens Leslie Dale - Sledge,l Linda Fay --III Sleeth Catherine --- Sleppy, Donald Eugene-2--- Sley, Betsy Ann ------ 1-7733 Slinkard, Patricia Ann ----. 222 Slinn, Peter Lefferts -- Sloan, John Michael - 1 Sloot, Susan Pryor ---II: Slocum, Isabella Sheila - 195- Slosky, Slover, Smail, Smart, Smee, Smiley, Smiley, Smiley, Smith, Smith, Smith, Linda Roe ------ l Kay Mary -------.- Terrence Eugene 222, George Richard --- Christine Carolyn --- Donald Scott ----- Francis E. IV ------ Leslie Ann -------. Barbara Ellen ------- Barry Franklin 243, Carol Anne --------- 519 520 362 520 324 251 326 447 231 204 520 391 215 181 205 520 204 181 520 374 -183 -227 185 204 343 355 331 367 344 306 412 336 Smith, Carolyn Colwell ---- Smith, Constance K. ------- Smith, Danny Lee --------. Smith, Deborah Kaye -.--.- Smith, Deborah P. ---- 199, Smith, Dennis Dean ------. Smith, Smith, Dianne Marie - viii' Dirk Merritt ---- , 235 189 474 Smith, Donald Fred ------- 348 Smith, Donna Jean -- ---- --325 Smith, Douglas Luther ----- 385 Smith, Eric Powell - ---- ---350 Smith, Geoffrey Leigh ----- 391 Smith, George E., Jr. -----. 251 Smith, Gregory Bryan ----- 297 Smith, Jill Adrienne ------ -370 Smith, Jo Anno Dean ------334 Smith, Joan Lucretia ----- -341 Smith, John Mark ------- .221 Smith, Judith Kathleen ----319 Smith, Kenneth E. ----- ----520 Smith, Leslie Jean ---- 179, 367 Smith, Linda Jo Ann --183, 261 Smith, Linda M. ---- - ----- 370 Smith, Lloyd Arthur W. ---520 Smith, Marsha Diane --337, 338 Smith, Mary Carstens ------ 351 Smith, Maureen Ella ----- .327 Smith, Merlin James ----- .236 Smith, Nancy Hartwell 194, 472 Smith, Pamela Ann ------- 326 Smith, Perry Rockwell ----- 348 Smith, Randley Autrey ---- 475 Smith, Ronald Jack ---104, 227 Smith, Sandra Sue ------- -337 Smith, Stephen Charles ---- Smith, Smith, Susan Flint ---- 206, Susan Jane ------- - 520 520 520 Smalka, Frank Robert ----- 374 Smolski, Margaret Jean ----209 Smoat, Carl Ashley ------- 229 Smutny, Jo Anne --------- 178 Snell, Patti Lynn --------- 520 Snortland, Carol Jean 207, 340 Snow, Patricia Ann ------- 320 Snow, Shirlyn Susan --197, 367 Snydal, Betsy -.--.---.... 327 Snyder, Jim Clements 222, 520 Snyder, Judith Jean ---.-- -209 Snyder, Stuart Allen ------ .245 Snyder, Sue Ann - -....-- -369 Snyder, Timothy Fred --302, 351 Sohbi, Hassan Abdo ------ -406 Sokobin, Jane Sora ------- Sollenberger, Janet l. ---- Salma, Nancy Miller ----- -201 -447 -370 David Albert --- Solomon Judith Ann ----- Solomon, Solomon: Ronald C. --252, Solvang, Kjell Donald 439, -247 -330 306 520 Sonstroem, Susan Joan ----520 Sorby, Eunice Norma ------ 520 Sareide Davi , d C. --------- Sorensen, Christine ------- -223 -330 Sorenson, Laurie ---------- 185 Sorrells, Donna Jean ----- Sotherland, Harold R. ---- Sotherland, Patricia K. --- South, Michael Eloyd ---- South, Sandra Sue ---- 341, -520 -520 -520 -429 520 Southwell, Elizabeth S. ----- 384 Spock, Jane Mary ------- Spadone, Leighton R. ----- Spaght, David Lewis ----- Spangenberg, Susan L. 187, Spangler, Martin Delmer --- Spangler, Robert S. ------ Spar, Barbara Ann ------- Spear, Janet Lee -------- - Spears, Jimmie Ford ------ Speck, Lynda Louise ----- Specketer, Jean Ann --325, Speirn, Russell Robb ----- Spence, Sally Jean ------- Spencer, Cornelia C. ------ Spencer, Donald M. --428, Spencer, Marron Mifflin --- Speaigq Barbara Joanne 324, -327 -520 -474 331 -360 -532 -330 -181 -350 -319 384 -222 -340 -374 520 -183 338, Sperline, Carmen Diane ----- 325 Sperling, Sheldon R. - ----- Sperry, Bian Lee -------- Sperry, Janet -----.----- Speyer, Patricia K. ------ Speziale, Karen ---------- Spiegel, Margaret Hall --- Spilman, Alden Jordan ---- Spinney, Susan Helen --183, Spitz, Suzanne Michele ---- Springer, Gregory Von 363, Springsteel, Leroy E. ----- Springston, Gregory A. 215, Stack, Robert C. --------- Stacy, Patrick Russell ---- Stafford, Karen E. ------- Stage, Alan Frederick --247 -247 -250 -369 -374 -178 -178 -225 369 520 474 520 270 335 Spurgin, Kathryn Fay ----- -520 -346 -195 , 350 Stahl, Karl John .--..- 439, 520 Stahlhuth, Sally Jean - ---366 Stailey, Robert Victor --221, 362 Stalder, Barbara Lynn ----- 195 Stalder, Barbara Lynn ----- 319 Staley, Scott James ------ -307 Stamper, James Neil -. 239, 520 Stampfli, Wendell P. --251, 308 Stancyk, Susan Eileen --198, 520 Stand ey, Stacy lll ----- --221 Stanfield, Marilyn Ann 185, 385 Stanger, Sharon Linda --.-- 125 Staniewski, Francine A. ---- 342 Stanley, Cheryl Ann ------- 520 Stanton, Laird Wilvin ----- 475 Stapleton, Gail ----...--.. 325 Stapleton, Jane Marie --.-- 520 Starbuck, Gene Harrison ----351 Stark, David William ----- 222 Stark, Ralph Kelley ------ Starkweather, William H. -- 520 Starr, Cheryl Lynn ----.-- Starr, Ellen Lyons -------- Staub, Henry Wallace, Jr. - Stavast, Arthur F. ------- Steod, Kimberly Ann ----- Stebbins, Janet Claudia --- Stebbins, Winston Lee 345, Steburg, Cheryl Dionne 186, Steele, Steele, Steele, Steele Steffen, Dale Arthur --213, David Hoyt ------ George A., Jr. ----- William Clyde ---- - 222 233, -197 -370 -221 -520 -207 -320 305 -439 -348 -358 -350 Steerei David L. --------- Phillip Bruce ------ 133 Steider, Kristen Kay --- ---343 Stein, Gale Virginia ---173, 204 Stein, Judith Claire -.-..- -340 Stein, Lynn Phyllis ------- -201 Stein, Margery Newhall - --520 Steinberg, Stephen N. 205, 237 Steiggger, Charles Ill 245, 360, 3 Steiner, Dennis Michael ---.234 Steinforth, Robert E. --- --221 Stemmons, John M., Jr. 270, Stemple, Richard John ---- Steniem, Nancy Lee ----- 520 -245 -319 Stenmark, Pamela .------ . 324 Stepanek, James Brett - -- -434 Stepanovich, Donald --235, 470 Stephani, Susan E. -----.-- 197 Stephen, Elven Eugene ---- 520 Stephens, Catherine L. ----- 520 Stephens, Deborah Jan ----- 181 Stephens, Erma Maxine 343 Stephens, Marsha Lynne 187 321 Stephens, Patricia L. -, -193 Stephens, Stephanie 90, 195, 520 Stephenson, John F. ------- 305 Sterkel, Paula Marie .---- -327 Stermlon, Elaine Louise ----366 331 Stern, Myrna Tanzer ------ 201 Sternberg, Carl Frank ----- 520 Sternberg, Carol Ann ------ Sterner, Karin Barbara 344, Sterrett, Barbara Ruth ---- -207 Stetzel, Carole Jean --. -. 369 Stetzel, Karen Ann ---372, 520 Steur, Lynne ---. ---.--.. .202 Stevens, Beatrice Dixon --- -336 Stevens, Donald Louis ----- 245 Stevens, Robert James ---- 474 Stevenson, Alan Charles ---- 243 Steward, Edward Ronald ----243 331 Stewart, Donna Jay --185 1 Stewart, James Rogers ----- 520 Stewart, Katherine -------. 336 Stewart, Pamela Jo -------- 330 Stewart, Susan Gerhart ..---187 Stewart, Tana E. Olson --- -522 Stewart, Thomas Michael --225 Stewart, Timothy Lord 245, 475 Stier, Terre Ann - ---- -183 Stiteler, Linda Lea ------ L Stobie, Dennis George 239, Stockdale, Sally Lou --203 Stoc ker, Roger Scott ------ Stocking, Richard Ralph --- 459, 341 -327 522 335 '-227 -215 Stocklmeir, Alan Louis ---- 251 Stoddard, James P. ------ Stockwell, Richard Alan 349, -219 470 Stoiber, Karen Marie ------ 522 Stoll, Jane Elizabeth --207, 330 Stoangi Cynthia Louise 189, 325, Stone, Eugene McBryde --.- 229 Stone, Randall Eton ------- 349 Stone, Robert Walker ----- 522 Stone, Sandra Leavitt 199, 319 Stone, Susan Beth Cole ---- 522 Stoner, James William ---- 522 Stopkotte, Jackie Lee --428, 522 Storey, Julia Carolyn --195, 385 Stork, Stephen Edward ---- 473 Stott, Edward B. --.....-.. 522 Stout, Charles Thomas -.-. 346 Stoutamire, James W. ---- Stovall, William Arthur -- Stow, Debra Kay -------- -358 -473 -337 Stracy, Emily Ann -------- 385 Strader, Milton Earl - ---- --251 Strad iotto, Ronald V. --.- - -350 Strasbourger, Samuel, Jr. ---522 Strauss, Linda Ruth ------- 332 Strauss, Nato Jean -------- 332 Strauss, Richard ---------- 243 Stricker, Carolyn M. ---.- Strickland, John Thomas -- Strickland, Susan Lee ---- -327 -234 -369 Stringer, George Thomas --235 Strobel, Sallie - ------ --195, 320 Strom, Nancy Lee --------- 185 Strong, William O, lll ------ 213 Strowger, James B. - ..-.-.- 522 Stryble, Barbara Ann--181, Stuart, Dixie Rose -------- 319 -370 Stubbs, Richard Allen ----.- 365 Sturdevant, William N. ---.- 248 Sturgis, Raynor F. lll ----- -239 Sudduth, Thomas Davi 354 Suessenbach, Petra ------ --181 Suhre, Ann Reneau ---- 374 Suhre, E Sullivan, d ---- 251, 522 lizabeth B. -------- 326 Daniel E. ---- 348, 522 Sullivan, Gregory Paul--126, 245 Sullivan, Jerry Stephen ----- 354 Sullivan, Kay Ann --------- 338 Sullivan, Mark Seares---227, 297 Summers, Carol Elaine ------ 324 Sumner, James Randolph .-.- 522 Sundell, Jon Reed ----- 217, 475 Sunshine, Cathy Sue ------- 201 Supanich, Mary Helen S. ---- 325 Suskiewich, Donald J. -.---- 346 Sutch, Marjorie Lynn ------ Sutherland, Francine M. --- Sutter, Susan Mary ----- 185 Svendsen, Jeffrey Peter ----- -319 342 '- 229 Svore, Linda Jean ------ 195 335 Swain, Susan ---------- ---522 Swain, Thomas Berglund ---- 215 Swan, Jack Clements, Jr.--- Swan, Paul Alvin - ----- 227 Swanson, Phyllis K.- ------- I -369 -227 354 Swanstrom, Carl Steven ----- Swarthout, Sarah ---- 173, Swartz, Carl W. ll -------- 203 -219 Swearngin, Rhonda D. ------ 201 Sweat, Dale Sidney, Jr. ----- -221 Swedlund, Alan Charles ----. 522 Sween, Kathryn Sue ------.. -342 Sweet, Eileen Gayle --------- 201 Sweetland, Ruth ----------- 181 Sweney, Jacqueline Beau ---- 195 Swenson, Gail Katheryn - ---- 372 Swift, Bruce Graeme ------- 249 Swiger, John Rea -----.---- -360 Switala, Nona Joyce- ------- 207 Switzer, Richard Lee ------- Sword, Ninette Florence ---- Swords, Richard Allen ------ Sydansk, Robert Dunn--348, T Tait, Karlheinz Herbert 276, -360 -340 -362 522 278 Takacs, Franklin Jules ---- 350 Talbert, John Paul -------- 305 Talbott, Barbara Marion --324 Talley, Sharon La Ree 170, 209 Talman, Roger Scott --.... 522 Talmey, Paul Anthony ---. 129 Tanaka, Wesley lsomu ---522 Tanner, Mary Anne ------- 342 Toppero, Charles Paul ---- 219 , Weaver, Valdez, Phillip Gerard .,,, Tarpey, John Patrick ..... 522 Tateyama, Betty Jeanne --336, 391 Tateyama, Margaret 1-lull --522 Taylor, Charles Lee .,,..,. 245 Taylor, Gregory Rossie .... 354 Taylor, James Bent ,,...., 522 Taylor, James Sanford .... 523 Taylor, Jennifer Thorne ---324 Taylor, Joan ....... .---- 1 B5 Taylor, Michael Frank 235, 346 Taylor, Nancy Elizabeth --332 Taylor, Richard Clark .... 270 Taylor, Robert Reed ...... 523 Taylor, Robert Sydney .... -221 Taylor, Rosemary Gibson --207 Taylor, Toni Jean ....,,.. 185 Te Poel, Louis Dean ..... 345 Teague, Geraldine Lou .... 178 Teague, Larry Edward 213, 305 Teal, Connie Dio-ne ..Ha..., 412 Tebrock, Otto Charles ..... 235 Tegtmeyer, Raymond S. ---356 Teitelbaum, Ranna Sue ---327 Tegsii, Marilee Whitney --187, Tempel, Marcia aJne ..... 184 Temple, Daven Lee ...-.. 366 Temple, Katherine Ellen ---447 Templer, Eddie Calvin .,.. 233 Templeton, Judith Ann - 325 Ten Eyck, Thomas W., Jr.-S5286 Tennant, Raymond Frank -- Terrill, Darya Annette .... 349 Tepler, Gwen Marie ....... 336 523 178 Terrill, Pamela ........... Teshima, Marion Toshiko --523 Tesitor, Nechie Carla 195, Tessier, Patricia Ann ...... 385 321 Teter, Ginette Alyce ,..... 447 Teter, Robert Dennis ...... 249 Tevah, Stella Esther .,..., Tezak, Joseph Edward .... Thain, Robert Lawrence --- 329 523 Thaemert, Carol Ann ..... 331 351 215 Tharp, James Arthur sa... Thaut, Allan George -, ..s, -474 Thayer, Annette Susan L... 185 Thayer, Lucinda Alice --- Theis, Steve O Donnell --- Thibeault, Arlene Marie - Thiede, Richard Allen --- Thiessen, Malinda Ann -- Thimmig, Rebecca Jo 206, Thode, Dennis Wayne .... Thom, James Albert ..... Thomas, Bonnie Jean .,.. Thomas, Charles Lester -- -326 -222 -327 -307 -325 523 -249 -251 -327 -222 Thomas, Craig lrvin ---.---523 Thomas, Elizabeth Ann ---327 Thomas, Gregory Ray 243, 350 Thomas, Jerry Dale ------- 439 Thomason, Janet Lynn ---- 181 Thompson, Beatrice Ann --199, 325 Thompson, Bonnie Jean ---337 Thompson, Candieann ----- 336 Thompson, Donald Erik ---- 346 Thompson, Doret Rose ---- 319 Thompson, Dwight W. -.--- 474 Thompson, Gary Kay ------ 355 Thompson, Gary La Vern ....-- Thompson, James Allen ---- 221 Thompson, Janis Claire ---- 342 Thgr2r13pson, Jeffrey James --239, Thompson, Joel Adrain --.. 241 Thompson, Karen Decker --523 Thompson, Sally Lou .----- 193 Thomson, Arthur Roy ..-.- 362 Thomson, Larry Dennis 227, 465 Thorflnnson, Michael L. 227, 360 Thornburg, Patricia E. -.--- 523 Thornley, Roy S., Jr. -----. 358 Thornton, Mary C. --- ---324 Thorpe, Carol Lee --- ---372 Thorsin, Gunnel 1. -------- 325 Thrumston, Patience A. ---330 Thumann, Sharon Edith ---324 Thurber, Linda Jane ------ 325 Thurman, Carol Esther 183, 460 Thurman, Gail Ann --.----- 523 Thurston, Cecelia L. .. -..-. 523 Thurston, Daniel Glenn ---- 373 Tibbs, Leslie Ann --------- 321 Tickaher, Hailu ------..-- 348 Tielke, Mary Lou ---- 195 342 Tien James P h n '-350 ' , ei C u ---- Tiensvold, Sheryl Ann 178, Timmons, Susan K. ---..-- Timon, Mark Lee ----- 222 Timothy, Alan Robert ---l- 523 337 345 230 Tinkham, Thomas Nelson ---523 Tippit, John Garrey ---.--- 229 Tisdel, Richard Phillip ---- Tisone, Sue Elaine ------- -107 -427 Tisone, Victor Paul -------- 221 Titus, John Joseph ------- -475 Titus, Richard Gael ----- ---523 Tobias, Yvonne Heather 199, 326 Tobin, Jay Avery ----- ---- 286 Tobin, Martha O Mahony 335 189, Tockman, Judith Susan ----331 Todd, John Joseph ------- Tofte, Robert Joseph --219, Tokunaga, Kiyoko Grace -- Tollefson, Jerry Robert --- Tollefson, Linda Louise --- Tomeo, David Scott --.--- Toms, Dennis J. - ------- - Toomey, Taylor James --- Torbet, John Randolph --- Tornstrom, Robert E. -..470, Tousley, Susan Locke ---.- -221 345 -341 -239 -370 -523 -408 -222 -225 473 -207 Towell, John Foster Ill ----- 307 Towne, Carol ...---..-- H135 Townsend, David Lee .---.- 222 Townsend, John Wallace --227, 523 Tracy, Donald Kirk ------ -270 Tracy, Jack Herbert --..--- 351 Tracy, Steven Andrew ----. 305 Traut, Charlotte Marie ---.327 Tremaine, Helen Maude --129, 367 Tremmel, Carol Ann --..---421 Trevor, Benjamin David ---241 Triebswetter, Cheryl L. ----- 320 Triebswetter, Leah K. ----- Trip, Linda Lucille ------- Triplett, Thomas A. --170, Troianovich, William R. -- Troup, Sandra Jo --.- 205, T t onathan W rou , J . ------- Trower, Stephen Jackson --523 374 -523 -447 225 -523 Trotter, Philip James ------ 368 340 251 Troxell, John Martin ------ Troy, Susan Marie -----.- Trujillo, Richard James --- Trujillo, Roberta L. - Tubb, Belva Elaine Tucker, Carol Lynne Tucker, Don Max, Jr. ----- Tudor, Patricia Anne --193, Tufts, John Ellis --..--- -- Tureen, Janis Lee -.-- 201 , 524 Tupper, Dennis Lee --- -----305 331 241 Turek, Mark Alan - Tu rk, J oh-n -326 -249 -------523 -------341 ------524 -235 320 Walter -------- 225 524 Turken, Dian Rae --.- 201, Turner, Brian Arthur ----- Turner, Henry Grey ---235, Turner, Paul lll ------- Turriff, James Rayman 3'4'6' -219 459 -245 475 321 , Turturici, June -- -----.--. Tweddell, Colin Brooks T ler, George Randolph 1 Y Tyner, Holly Jean ---- 187, U Ugrin, Tanya Mary 87, 178, 524 Uhlenhopp, Sandra Sue --- Uken, Arthur Henry -.---- Ullrick, Elizabeth W. ----- Ulrner, Barbara Joan ----- Ulrich, Barbara Lynn ----- Ulrich, Charles B. lll 251, Ulrich, Paul Donald .----- Umemoto, John Hisaharu - Underhill, Ann Dudley -.- Unger, Philippa Anne --178, 330 de raff Robert R Jr Up g , ., .-- Upham, Thomas Ferguson 415 Urboch, Constance E. ----- Urband, Edward David --- Ustick, Merilyn Dee ------ Uyemura, Donna Rose ---- V Vair, Larry Leroy -..-- 439 - ---524 219 524 326 -327 -345 -337 -343 -193 360 -245 -475 -372 -241 282, -343 -373 -330 -195 470 void-ez, Linda Ann -.-. 1701 207 Valenta, Cathy Jo ---.205 Valentine, Rayna Dawn - Valicenti, Michele R. --198, Valls, Sandra Ann --...-- -331 Van Ark, Carol -.------ ---183 Van Ark, Nancy Ferris ---- Van Arsdale, Peter W. 351, Van Cise, Elizabeth W. - - -360 , 324 - 337 524 -332 390 -367 Van Druff, Cynthia ---387, 450 Vaglzgyke, Richard Haven --222, Van Dyke, Vivian Grace --195, 465 Van Gorden, Patricia L. .--. 387 Van Gundy, David Alan ---356 Van Heeren, George E., Jr. --359 Van Hoose, Cheryl Lynne ---209 Van Horton, Diane E. ----- 524 Van Nostrand, Reeve, Jr. --170, 233, 385 Van Osdel, John Mills .---- 305 Van Valkenburg, Frank ---- 270 Vandamm, Michael John --373, 474 Vagiiapool, Richard Knox --222, 4 Vandapool, Virginia N. 185, 524 Vandegritt, Sally L. 195, 330, 391 Vander Wal, Marilyn J. 383, 524 Vanderberg, Mark T. . 251, 475 Vanderhoof, Kristen C. 194, 524 Vanderpool, Wayne Otis -- 345 Vagxggrslice, Anne W. 123, 193, Vandever, Vicki Jane ----. -335 Vanzwoll, Kathryn Grace --182, 524 Varian, Sharon Rose --..-.- 324 Varley, Michal Lynn ------- 189 Varon, Sheila Harri .------ 201 465 Vaughn, Rodney Lee ---. Vaughn, Wendell Ann ---- Veeder, Michael Dale ----- 216, Vaughan, Christopher K. -- -524 -374 -270 Veges, Susan Margaret ---- 321 Veio, William Bennett ---- -524 Veith, Silvia Beatrice -.---- 334 Velez, Ferdinand ----- 421, 524 Velliquette, Richard T. ----- 346 Venter, Robert John ------- 373 Venzon, Sandra Moria --- -524 Verburg, Marian Ann .---- 326 Veydovec, Judy Z. ...----. 524 Viau, John Paul ---------- 237 Vickers, Carol E. ---------- 183 Vieira, David Anthony ----- 305 Vieths, Gayle Carolyn ----- Vigil, David Charles --249, Villa, Karleen Jo ----- 189, Villanueva, Jorge A. ----- Villepigue, Anne Marie --- Vincent, Anne Hamilton -- 330 -524 524 326 -360 -524 183, Vincent, Kenneth Steven ---221 Vincent, Patricia D. --186, 415 Vincent, Ronald Glen ------ 350 Vinson, Sandra Janell ----- 324 Vinyard, Joan Elissa ...---- 369 Vobejda, Margaret Lynne --178, 385 Vockel, Richard Landis 239, Vogsland, Erling --------- 408 -524 Vogt, Shirley Naneen ----- 374 Volberding, Larry L. -.----- 348 Volpe, Edward Leslie --244 524 Volpi, Bernadine T. ---.- 6-341 Von Ahlefeldt, Bruce E. ---. 351 Von Buettner, Marion R. - Von Wilpert, Bielicki U. --- Vrettos, James Semon, Jr. - Vucich, Carol Sue ---. 123, W -524 -350 -355 185 Waasdorp, Sally Louise --173, 184, 524 Wade, William Norris 235, 475 Wadlington, Connie L. ---- Wadsworth, David Todd --- Waclsworth, Nancy Lee 450, 524 Waggener, Conrad Daniel - 524 Waggener, William John -- Waggoner, John Robert --- 363, -369 -524 451, -183 -470 Waechter, Sally Anne -.-- Wagenbach, James W. --- 219 -219 -239 Wagner, Bridget Irene ---- 324 Wagner, Charles Edward -- Wagner, Joan Lorraine --- Wagner, Steven Earl ----- Wagner, Thomas Edward - Wagner, Vicki Lynn ------ Wahl, Michael Dan ------ Wahl, Richard Wilbur ..-- Wahrlich, Gail Barbara --- Wailes, Leigh Ann ------- -423 -341 -362 -373 -321 -473 -368 -185 -415 Walcher, Kern Ray ----233, 524 Walchli, Gail Kathryn ---- Waldman, Freddy Melton - Waldron, Kathleen Helen -- Walker, Barbara Gale ----- Walker, Carolyn Lee ..-.- Walker, Dale Aubrey, Jr. -222 Walker, Franklin M., Jr. - 475 Walker, Gary Reed ------ Walker Gerald illiam , W --- Walker, Jane Byerly ----- Walker, Janet Kathleen -- Walker, John Rush ------ Walker, Lynn Viola ------ Walker, Margaret Ann ---- Walker, Sarah Jane ------ Walker, Susan Kay ------. Walker, Thomas Earl ---- -524 -345 -185 -342 -189 -350 -308 -351 -524 -320 -302 -123 -327 -187 -319 -251 Walker, Thomas M., Jr. ---241 Wallace, Gail Lynn ---.---193 Wallace, Gary Edward 252, 390 Wallace, Myler Stuart -. .. -. 247 Wallace, Ralph Jay -.227, 349 Wallizer, Barbara Lee 196, 524 Walggsper, Trudy Ann 123, 369, 5 Walsh, Hannah Marie -..-- 325 Walter, Kay Lynn --------- 341 Walter, Phil Kenneth ------ 532 Walter, Susan Cheryl ----- 181 Walth, Michael Owen ----- 353 Walther, Terry Lee -------- 330 Waltz, Margaret Ann Warberg, Sonia Elaine ---- 330 526 178 Wambaugh, Nancie Jeariii Wangelin, Gainor E. ------- -532 Warburton, William G. ---.526 Ward, Martha Louise --181 Ward, Mary Jane -------- , 261 -526 Ware, Margaret Ann .. ----- 370 Ware, Robert ------------- 500 Warinner, Mark Douglas --.- 526 Warner, Janie Shirley 193, 526 Warner, Wendy Twig t 185, 342 Warren, Judith Ann 105, 208, 526 Warren, Robert Stephen ---- 225 Wasem Robert W. Jr. 126 Waski, I Marilyn Jean ---- 6- 245 335 Wasko, Donald ---- ------ 2 36 Waterman, Kathleen M. ---526 Waterman, Linda Ann ---- 319 Watkins, Phillip R., Jr. 225, 346 Watson, Dennis Ronald ---229 Watson, Jorane ---------- 370 Watson, Keith Elwood .-..- 526 Watson, Lucy Carroll ------ 366 Watson Robert Leon ----- -470 worsoni susan Kay ---- isa, 465 Watts, Denise Elaine ------ 329 Watts, Karen ---. ......c.. 1 83 Wayne, Jerry Tilman -- , Wayt, Gregory Colin ----.- 221 390 -452 Weatherbee, Gwenn C. -.--- 189 Weaver Elizabeth Ann ---- 447 James Francis ---- 360 Weaver, Karen Kay --187, 327 Weaver, Kenneth Linn ----- 114 Weaver, Ronald Lee .----- 351 Webb, Paul Leslie ----243, 373 Webber, Donna Jean ------329 Webber, Dorothea Pat 334, 391 Weber, Craig Stanley ----- 474 Weber, Julia Lucile --207, 331 Weber, Lawrence James ---252 Weber, Robert Haskell ---- 526 Webster, David Foster. ---. 345 Webster, Kirwln Shedd 243, 474 Webster, Milton P. Ill 252, 354 Webster, Robert Edward ---248 Weed, John Gregory ------ 429 Weeks, Frank William ---- 222 Wegner, Larry Ray -------- 221 Weigand, Deanna Kay -.-. 526 Weimer, Pamela Joan 123, 189 Weinberg, Jane Ann --..-- 526 Weiner, William Howard ---237 Weingart, Gail Claire --205, 526 Weinreich, Steven Brent 237, 526 Weinstein, Joy Ann .--.-.. 372 Weinstock, Thomas Alon ---237 Weir, Brenda -.----.-..-- 370 Weir, David Bruce -------- 360 Weisbart, Graig Scott ------ 390 Weisberg, Eileen B. .-...- -325 Weisbly, Gary ---.-....... 236 Weisel, Karen Penny ------ 341 Weisgerber, Lois Mae --332, 384 Weisman, Barbara Sue ----205 Weiss, Pamela Ann ....-.. 325 Weister, David Roberts ---- 358 Weitzel, Alan Frederick ---- 360 Welch, George Michael ---- 221 Welch, Karol Lynne 118, 124, 194, 383. 625 Welch, Nancy Lou -.-. 198, 391 Welch, Sherry Lynn ---209, 335 Wellein, Winifred Alice 82, 188 Weller, Eleanor Anne ---.-. 193 Wells, Dale Warner --..-.. 526 Wells, Jeanne Anne - ---.. 526 Wells, Jerry Darwin ------- 229 Wells, Kirk Edwin ---- 355, 390 Wells, Leslie Anne -.----.. 526 Wells, Sandra Norene ------ 329 Wells, William Freeman ---- 243 Wendler, Lorelei Jean ----- 337 Wendt, Nancy Russell 195, 526 Wentworth, Elizabeth A. 369, 415 Wentworth, Shirley E. ----.- 185 Wertz, Gary Lynn .---.- --350 Wesley, Christine E. --..-.- 327 West, Carol Grace 173, 202, 526 West, Diane Marie ---..--- 447 West, Jerre Lynn ----- 170, 226 Westerbeke, Susan ---186, 526 Westerberg, Katharine J. --369, 526 Westley, Steven Gregory --348 Weston, Catherine Sue -.-. 324 Weston, Jacquelynn Ann --342 Westphal, Billy Carson --.- 526 Wetherell, Nancy V. --.-. -335 Wetzig, Carl Kurt ---. 221, 346 Wheary, Eugene Patrick --222, 474, 526 Wheeler, Jacqueline ---.--- 193 Wheeler, Jerry French ----- 526 Wheeler, Mary Susann ----- 340 Wheelock, Gail K. ---- 195, 342 Wherry, David Clarke .---- 350 Wherry, Robert Allen, Jr. ---350 Wherry, Suzanne Kay ---.-. 185 Whisman, Patricia Ann 209, 319 Whistler, James L. -------- 229 Whitaker, Susan Pearl ---. 526 Whitchurch, Arlyn Clark --360 Whitcomb, Sharon Judith --33B White, Jackie Lee -.---.-. 526 White, James Michael ---.- 239 White, Joanna Dyson ----.- 334 White, Linda Louise ------- 193 White, Mary Mimi -- ------ 183 White, Paul Alan ------.-- 390 Whiteaker, Patricia J. -.--- 341 Whitehead, James M. .-.-- 307 Whitehead, Maria A. ------ 335 178 187 Whitehouse, Wendy Anne -- Whitescarver, Susan D. ---- Whitman, Judith Rae ----- 526 Whitmer, Gilbert Norman ---526 Whitmore, Larry Earle -----528 Whitmore, Thomas M. ....- 346 Whitney, Christopher D. ---368 Whitten, Verble Kay ----.- 327 Wiberg, Curtis Paul --384, 434 553 r 5 r N Wicken, Linda Sue .,.. .... 3 30 528 Wickersham, Diane --178, Widdifield, Karen Kay ..... 528 386 Widmar, Jacqueline --118, Widmayer, Carlyn Jean ---327 Widom, Radeane Lee ...... 366 Wiedel, Janine Watson .a.. 334 Wiedeman, Sheri Lynn ..... 374 Wieder, William Otis ...... 528 Wiendl, Mary Jane --.. ..... 528 Wiese, Anthony Gary ...... 351 Wiggins, Helen Carol ..... -207 Wigginton, Suzanne B, 199 Wiggigon, David James 286, 5 Wilhelmy, Michael W. .... Wigotow, Joseph Myer, Jr. --225 Wike, Beverly Ann ...... , 335 289, -447 248, -4 70 330 528 Wiklund, George Carl, Jr. -- 356 Wikner, Rolf Ronald ..... Wilcox, Janet Louise --189, Wilcox, Patricia Vivian .... -415 Wildau, Richard Alyni ..... Wilder, Janet Ewan ........ 528 Wildman, Richard Robert --473 Wiley, Herbert Marshall - 475 Wilhelm, 235, Wiley, Kristine Sue ....... -389 Mercedes Marie --341 Winter, Rodney Allen ...... 219 229 Wilkin, Carolyn Hall ...... 320 528 Wilkin, Donald Karl --346, Wilkins, Gilbert M., Jr. 221, Wilkins, Kay Lynn ........ Wilkins, Virginia L. ....... Wilkinson, Sharon Ann .... Wilkowski, Victoria ........ Willcockson, Judy Kay 185 465 199 528 Wilkinson, Paul Dorian .... 362 189 334 327 240 Willems, Richard Graham --- Willette, Marilyn Jein ..... 447 Williams, Anne Carol ...... 337 Williams, Barbara 181, 338, 343 Williams, Bette V. .s.. 178, 472 Williams, Colleen Mae ,... 384 Williams, Cynthia Ann ..... 341 Williams, Gail Kathleen .... 181 Williams, Gerald Lloyd .... 528 Williams, Gretchen Ann 186 528 Williams, Joan Ann ....... 369 Williams, Kay Louise ..,2.. 368 Williams, Marcia Lee 181, 528 Williams, Nancy Evans .... 529 Williams, Richard Davis ---354 Williams, Roger Neville ---374 Williams, Terry Lee ....... 447 Williams, Wilfred J. ...... 529 Williamson, Anne Baird --124, 366, 529 Williamson, Brian R. ...... 374 Wililiacgmson, Dianne M. 183, 334, Williamson, Jean Louise ---334 Williamson, Ja Ann ....... 529 Williamson, Kent Foster .... 360 Williamson, Linda Jo ...... 370 Willing, Kathy Anne ...... 529 Willis, Patricia Kay ....... 335 Willis, Shirley Jean ....... 193 Willoughby, Jeanne M. --- Wills, Nancy Shirley --342, Wills, Richard A., Jr. ..... Wills, Robert Emmett ll --- -529 390 -349 -348 370 Willson, Sara De Saix --183, Willson, Victor Lloyd ...... 470 Wilmore, James Alfred 105, 119, 122, 215 Wilson, Alun Homer .2.,. -240 Wilson, Anne Louise .---.-- 189 Wilson, Bob Forrest -...... 235 Wilson, Dionne Elaine 123, 195 Wilson, Frank Press lll ----245 Wilson, Heather -...-..... 319 Wilson, James William .... 362 Wilson, Kirk Lanning --240, 301 Wilson, Leslie Dorn ------- 529 Wilson, Marilyn Rae ...... 529 Wilson, Martha West --185, 325 Wilson Wilson Mary Stewart ..... -529 Maxine Patricia ---373 Wiliam, Nancy Ann 189, 472, Wilson, Patricia Ann 123, 193, 372 Wilson, Rea Louise --.---- 343 Wilson, Sanford H. --.--.-- 529 Wilson Sheryl Eulene -.---. 326 Wilson Wilson Stuart James -.--. 363 , Susan Jean ------- 178 Wilt, Elizabeth Ann ------ 327 Wiltrout, Jean Ann ----- - Winbarn, Rodney James -... 529 Windle, Peggy Louise -.--.. 390 Windvand, Elizabeth L. 199, -529 336 Wing, Susan Jean --... ...- 5 29 Wingate, Barbara E. --185 322 Wlngquist, John Richard L-245 326 Winner, Nancy Louise 189, Winslow, Floyd Marion ----- 221 Winstanley, Richard A. --- Winsted, John Yancey ---. -219 -215 Winters, Robert Earl, Jr. --.- 221 Wintersgill, Cynthia J. ---- Wirtz, Kenneth Earl -.-- -- -336 -240 Wisbrun, oJn ------------- 530 Wise, Daryl Lynne ---- 204, Wise, John Charles - ---. - Wise Linda Jean -- -.-- 91 Wisej Peter Leo --..-.--- 530 -439 184 -219 Wise, Thomas Charles -.--- 302 Wlsenbaker, Michael B. ---- 215 Wisenbaker, Steven W. --- -214 Witherow, Richard Sloan --530 Withers, Pamela Lee ------ 185 Witherspoon, John E. ..---- 251 Witte, James Leslie ---127 Witter, Jack Proctor ----- I - Wixson, Robert Glen --235 Woestemeyer, Virginia L. -6- 129 217 360 185 Wofford, James C. ..-..--. 221 Woitanowicz, Gregory P. - -239 Wolf, Beverly Harriet --.--- 321 Wolf, Marlys Elaine --.--- 319 Wolfe, John Clement 302, 473 Wolfe, Larry Dean ----- Wolff, Constance ------ 15369 470, 359 Wcggson, Alice Terry 205, 329, Wolgast, Karen Janna ----- 189 Wallin, Timothy James .--- 356 Wollrab, James C., Jr. 123, 229, 530 Wolniak, Barbara Kay ---- 128, -327 Waltz, Nancy Jean ---.- .---178 Wong, Henry Yee Hay -.-- 350 Wong, Jean Lee ----.----- 324 Wood, Judith Elaine ----- -447 Wood, Katherine Allen -.-- 530 Wood Margaret Helen -.-- 320 291 woodf Michael Jay ---251, Wood, Robert Mowry ---.-- 530 Woodhull, Richard G., Jr. --530 Woodley, Carol Ann ----- -530 Woodlief, Pamela Jean ---- 209 Woodruff, Charles N. ----- 238 Woodruff, Patricia M. ---. 238 Woodruff, Terry Michael ---221 Woods, Gary Allen --...-- Woods, Kathleen Bennett -- -222 367 Woods, Patrick Michael ---- 346 Woodward, Mark F. ------. 530 Woodward, Suzanne --193, 447 Woolf, lvan Harmon -----. 530 Woolley, Gordon Edward --345 530 Woolley, Mirion Anne --193, Worcester, Nancy ---- 126, 183 Worden, Ruth Marie ---- --325 Worek, Eva Marie ----.--- 343 Works, Patricia Ann 126, 530 Worley, Cheryl Ann --334, Worley, Eugene Edward -- Worley, Susan Rebecca 329 wonhihg, Lewis K. iii ---L 194, 530 -473 474 -475 Worthington, Roy H. lll -.-- 213 Wortley, Joseph Gee, Jr. ---530 Wrasmann, Edward S. 251, Alan Richard ----- 353 , Brenda Sue ------ 369 Wright, Cheryl Jean --.---- 178 Wright, George Alan --235, 346 James Leslie ----- 221 Wright, Wright 530 Wright, Wright, Nancy Kathryn .--- 185 Wright, Orville C. --.....- 530 Wright, Rosamond Page ---367 Wuerthner, Andrea Lou 181, 336, 390 Wyatt, Creighton Scott ----362 W att Neil John y , --.. ------ 305 Wyczawski, Linda Ruth ---- 193 Y -530 Yager, Danne Kay ---. -- Yaklich, Fritz Edward .---- 365 Yamagata, Gale Yukiko ---334 Yamauchi, Gayle Kimiko --427 Yarbrough, Brenda Carol ---337 Yarlott, Melvin A., Jr. ----- 530 Yasuzawa, Sh inichi ......- 530 Yates, Andrew ----------- 365 Yates, Glenn Allen ------- 305 Yates, Morgan ----------- 219 Yeager, Thomas Edward --233 Yeates, Lloyd R., Jr. ------ 530 Young, Candace B. .--- 1 Young, Young, Carol Anne --- 185, David Bruce --.-- 183 530 -302 Young, Jane Ann -.......- 181 Young, Jeffrey Alan ---.-- 241 Young, John Roy -------- .. Young Linda Emerson ---- 345 Young, Karen Ann -------- 208 530 331 Young: Patricia Ann --193, Young, Robert Phillip ----- 233 Young, Sandra Eve ---196, Young, Steven Haack -.--. Yriberri, Raoul Anthony -- 243, 470 Yurglich, Robert M. --.-- Z Zabel, Barbara Beth --180, Zabel, Norma Helen -.---- Zaharias, David Layne --- Zahoudanis, James D. 224, Zakhem, Samir Hanna --- Zapotocky, John Paul Zapp, Larry Allen ---1:1235 530 247 125, -219 330 334 -270 530 -406 358 Zarchin, Linda Jane -....- 197 Zarlengo, Barbara E. ...-- 193 Zarucki, Bernice E. ------ -325 Zavakos, James Louis ---- 241 Zavelle, Alexandra S. --.-. 326 Zayac, Edward Joseph, Jr. --351 Zeiler, Gale Douglas -...-. 351 Zelonko, Audrey Marie ---- 319 Zeligson, Claudia Ruth 201 Zel inkoff, Susan Rae ---- 5- Zeller, David Earl 250, 345 zeisoh, Philip Richard ---l 324 187 474 -246 Ziegler, Virginia L. -.-.--- 183 Zierenberg, Julie ---.- 183, Zigurs, Raita ---.-..- 322 Zimibeck, Mary Beth ---- l- Zimmerman, Donald Lee - 475 Zimmerman, Frederick C. - 343 391 530 305, -215 Zimmerman, Glen Ray ---. 358 Zimmerman, James David --530 Zimmerman, Jerold Lee -- -247 Zimmerman, Linda Lee --.. 332 Zimmerman, Myron Paul ---530 Zimmerman, William Lee --221 Zimny, Susan Teresa -----. 319 Zinko, Donald James --.-- 530 Zinn, Mary Elizabeth 170, 186, 386 172, Zinner, Dennis Reed ------- 351 Ziskin, Barbara Faye ------ 336 Ziskin, Hermine Marsha ---- 341 Zitz, Carol Ann .----- 209, 530 Zmiewsky, lroida --------- 325 Zahn, Beverly Janet ---.-. 203 Zoller, Catherine Marie --- Zoller, John Emmet --242, Zuckerwar, Richard Jay 237, -31.9 530 530 Zugie, Jo Ann --,-,----- ,324 Zuidema, Mary Kay ------ Zullo, Carol Diane ---187, -447 324 555 i 7 Editor-in-Chief Jim Pulver, Asst. Layout Editor Karol Welch, Head Photographer Bill Ragland, Layout Editor John Burg, Managing Editor Penny Coleman a job well done... The Coloradan's year began with a shock when the original editor, appointed in April, resigned in late September, Searching for an editar-in- chief, a layout editor, and several other important staff members, the managing editor and business manager anxiously eyed the first deadline in October. The editor's replacement hustled into the office in early October, determined to bring order to the chaos. The chaos, however, continued. Thanks to Administration Editor Brian Peters and his staff, the first deadline was met. Managing Editor Penny Coleman was always there throughout the year, and especially at the beginning when she Each deadline was met on time due mainly to the efforts of Layout Editor John Burg and Copy Editor Jim Wilmore. Bill Ragland and his camera were also indispensable, while Lilly Reser deserves special credit for her many hours at the typewriter. Patti Works kept tabs on the finances and her sense of humor was always a welcome break from the pressure of deadlines. Receptionist Kay Price was most needed. credits... Copy Assistants: Jill Evans, thematic essay and University Life, Joan Taylor, Kris Stephens. Receptionist: Kay Price Business Staff: Patti Palmetier, asst. bus. mgr., Mary Dell lmig, photo coord., Karen Kitchen, Diane Wilson, Jami O'Banion, assts. Typists: Lilly Reser, head typist, Kerry Jergens, Judy Nelson, Louella Hein, Kathy Horchler, Jane Dimit, Kay Bard, Anne Vanderslice, Pam Weimer, Anne Ellington, assts. Assistant Layout Editor: Karol Welch, Sue Mc- Clelland, asst. SECTION EDITORS, ASSISTANTS Royalty: Ben Franklin, ed., Debbie Atchison, asst. Pacesetters: Mike Bowman, ed., Lynn Walker, Pat Crown, assts. Publications: Anne Williamson, ed., Karen Lude- man, asst. Administration: Brian Peters, ed., Dick Butler, Barbara Fahey, JoAnn Orsak, assts. Greeks: Raoul Yriberri, ed., Marjorie MacMahon, ed., Sharon Stanger, Pat Wilson, Donna Maggi, assts. Athletics: Varsity: Tom Reiva, ed., Frosh: Alan Kreizenbeck, ed. Residences: Claudia Sale, ed., Marsha Logan, Sara Shreve, Carol Vucich, Judy Purcell, Trudy Walljasper, assts. Organizations: Kathy lrwin, ed., George Howell, Pat Owens, assts. Seniors: Sue Harris, ed., Fran Jensen, asst. Index: Betsy Roberts, ed., Judy Costlow, Carol Sternburg, Caroline Hechenbleikner, Jude Brost, assts. PHOTOGRAPHY Color Photography: John Burg: 5, 9, l l, l7, 20, 2l, John Evans: 14, Al Heike: l3, 19, Richard Jones: 20, 2l, James Milmoe: Cover, l, 2, 3, 4, 8, l8, 22, 23, 24, 25, Bill Ragland: 5, 6, 7, lO, 15, 3l6, 317, 256, 257, 478, 479, Mike Ryan: l2, Barry Stott: l6, l7, l36, l37, 536, never refused to help - from typing to drawing pages. The entire staff should be congratulated for a job well done . . . ,, .X MW Jim Pulver Editor-in-Chief 537, Skip Wollrab: 26, 27, l68, T69, 380, 38. Block and White: M. J. Elisha, Dana Hoffman, Dave Kurtzman, Ron Mallett, Barry Stott, Dave Turner, Skip Wallrab. Additional Photo Credits: Floyd Walters and staff: all group pictures in Organizations Section, Boulder Daily Camera: various sports pictures. TYPOGRAPHY Division Page Headlines: Varityper Headliner V- 42-l74, 42 pt., Other Headlines: Varityper Headliner V30-l74, 30 pt., Body Type, l2 pt. Metro, Captions: lO pt. Metro, Group Cutlines: 8 pt. Metro, Greek lDs, Seniors and Sports Scoreboards: 6 pt. Metro. PUBLISHER i966 Coloradan published by National Yearbook Co. and Johnson Publishing Company, Boulder, Colorado. l i I! X H. v mf.


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