University of Colorado - Coloradan Yearbook (Boulder, CO)

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colorcldcm I967 published by the associated students of the university of colorado boulder, colorado volume 69 editor-In-chief .......... ........ i im wilmore managing editor ..... ........... i ane dimit copy editor ........... layout, editor ......... chief photographer chief photographer chief photographer business manager . iill evans karen stafford bill ragland barry stott skip wollrab patti palmetier x '1 4 l J 9 I Y t ' ' ' 3. M , ww 1 P MER M ,Jw ' 1 vii. W 4'I' L?".f'? X 57. , , N J -ln-fin L , . a,- 4 " .. 41. ' ' U. . " 'I .l..-Q..,31!,,3- Y. - . wr .' H- ' 'f 195 17 - ,1f,1-L-.4-V ",Ai . -'V AA. f. 'I-gk' , .:15ig.f- f mi! ,. -F ..a5!f':"' -- Q -ag.,-.-,g, j'4?:i,j.gi. f, -T",v -5-:WS ' . Q nt' L' 54, ,. , ' ':. '7, ,hr J ,gf I w . ' - ,reg bs - '- :E ,..,',v.-f ,f ' V 3' -' -,Qi , i.. Zyl' . I I -..T -r? .1 'AQ +12 mi - Ri?-7 .L" -,tltgu "IE .11 ff '- . to ble of contents University Life ..... Academics ...... Greeks ..... Athletics ..... Residences .... 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Who, exile bound, escapes himself ds well. WW 3620 Hoppirmess is o perfume you Connor pour on others wifhouf geffing o few drops on yourself. i ,GZ yawn Love knows no limit to its endurance, no end to its trust, no fading of its hopes, it can outlast anything. It is, in fact, The one thing that still stands when all else has fallen. i , We I am forever walking upon These shores w Be'rwixT The sand cmd The foam. The high Tide will erase my fooT prinTs And The winol will lolovv away The foam BUT The sea and The shore will remain forever 'fi-1 jg .a H.-xi f QM ful ' , v, 'D MW One is indeed charifable when he gives, and while giving,Turns his face away so Thai he cannoi see The expression of The receiver. IM, w 4- 'Wa .ri 5 ! id.--iw W S JF y 'S , l lb' .g ' W . Q! I I W3 V an . 5' ?f'.f' N L P 1' f P, . 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X i - 'X n -M colorcldcm photographers' queen 254 KM r n pclcesetters - er ffk the courage of caring The PaceseTTer Award seeks To honor Those sTudenTs who have reached beyond The requiremenT, who have dared To become involved. WiTh Their selecTion as PaceseTTers is The added- disTincTion of membership in "VVho's Who in American UniversiTies and Colleges." Their acriviries and grade poinT averages indicaTe why These high-reaching sTudenTs have been selecTed Tor This award. YeT whaT is recognized here is not merely a lisT of achievemenfs buT a sTaTe of mind - The aTTiTude of involvemenT, The courage of caring. Steve Ruttenb aum Over a year and a half period senior Pacesetter Steve Ruttenbaum has contributed greatly to the success of the New Student Orientation Commission. He has been an active member of the Sophomore, Junior, and Sen- ior Class Councils, Dean's Advisory Committee, and served as publicity chairman for Homecoming in l965. He has been selected for membership in the Three Year Masters Program and Phi Alpha Theta history honorary. Steve has a 3.47 grade average. Dick Coburn Dick Coburn, a political science senior with an over- all grade-point average of 3.27, is an AFROTC Cadet Captain and member ot Arnold Air Society. Dick is also a member ot Alpha Phi Omega service honorary, Pi Sigma Alpha political science honorary, Alpha Kappa Lambda social fraternity, and CU's Varsity Rifle Team. He has served as a member of the ASUC Election and Special Events Commissions as well as the Winter Car- nival Commission. As an active lobbyist for the Colo- rado Committee tor the Support of Public Schools, he has served to better education in the state of Colorado. --'3 K -1 4 f' " .5 f r F .w R Lx 5 x -n . Ju. R Lei mi' '5 Ar- ff . --r - f. 1 H1 3-5 f -as . --pk Y I W - f 1 5, H az- Q 1... 11- 1 im V, ' , 'S' 1 f k .1 ' v yd 1 4' , . W . .n K IL. "m'11" 'll it 1' , ' A .1 J -L . N A '-rf -I Vu Y . sa' . AF 11 L fn Jn .A ' -' wa- J vi? Gif 9 gan K: 'Y' ki f Q? E . 7 Robert Setehell RoberT SeTchell, a senior in The College of Engineering and an AFROTC cadeT has mainTained a grade aver- age of 3.91. Bob has been selecTed for an AFROTC Scholarship, membership in Tau BeTa Pi engineering honorary, and- as a 1965 recipienT of The PresidenT's Award. As a member of The varsiTy GymnasTics Team and a Big-EighT conference champion, Bob has demon- sTraTed his abiliTies To excell in aThleTic as well as schol- asTic endeavors. Gene Parker A senior paceseTTer, member of Sabre's Blue-Key Hon- orary, and off-campus SenaTor of ASUC, Gene Parker has also compiled a 3.302 grade average in his maior field of inTeresT, hisTory. Gene has worked as a volun- Teer Tor Clearing House and wriTTen an occasional arTicle for The Colorado Daily. Gene's maior confribu- Tion in The lasT Tour years, however, has been his work as one of The founders of Kappa Alpha Psi FraTerniTy. Cindy Van Drug A iunior with a 3.46 grade average, Cindy Van Drutt plans to combine her interest in people and her Spanish maior in a career in foreign relations. Cindy has worked as a NSO Group Forum leader and as a repre- sentative on AWS Central Hearing Committee and is presently serving as Hesperia president, Delta Gamma- Panhellenic representative and secretary of the Uni- versity Choir. Dean Bender .While maintaining a 3.73 average in his field of chem- istry, Dean Bender has also been active in Honors Union Council and Phi Epsilon Phi and has served as an NSO group discussion leader. A Regents Scholar and a participant in the Colorado Scholars Program, Dean is doing research in chemistry under a National Science Foundation Research Grant in preparation tor his goal of teaching chemistry in college. l l W ,,... . "' ,N ,. 3,3555 i, W i... .J V . H , . -,,,w, f, - H vu Wg, E E 2 , i m , N Mi. ilu W W mi ri, rw, iiygigrr 1 W i ii-Miz: ,amy , -am: will 2 i u :dw e :iemssiffsfssrfl 1 ' HT1-4 :A i i ll liilll i' i fi gms: ' ' l is ala' is it r H all i sag li 5, r . Ni f- .I I --,- tra Q 3, . i A Y L ..A . A tx, vi, ' 'I is-A If ' im Kirtland Sharma Dorward Sharrie Dorward's 3.85 grade point average is con- vincing proof of her scholastic prowess and her ability to learn foreign languages, her maior field of study. Sharrie has been a member of Spurs, Hesperia, Alpha Lambda Delta, Castle Bells, Nails, and Pi Beta Phi sorority. She has served on the Freshman and Junior Class Councils. Sharrie has other assets as well - she was a candidate for Engineering Queen. The UMC Board Chairman Jim Kirtland is an ASUC Senator-at-Large, chairman of the ASUC Senate Rules Committee, and a member of the Senate Committee on Joint Boards, the President's Committee on University Structure, Facu ty Senate Calendar Committee, Alpha Kappa Psi, and Psi Chi psychology honorary. He is also a member of the Buff Ski Club and has served as Head Start Chairman for Clearing House. Jim has main- tained a 3.4 grade point average. The word involve-menT cerTainly sums up Fred SToppelkamp's Tour years in The College of Engineering. Fred has served as chairman of The Dean's Council, ConTrol Board, The High School Tours CommiTTee, and The lnTormaTion CommiTTee for The Engineering CenTer DedicaTion. He is a member of Sigma Tau, Tau BeTa Pi, and ETa Kappa Nu, all of The honoraries open To a major in elecTrical engineering. He has serv- ed as presidenT of The AssociaTed Engineering STudenTs and as a member of The College of Engineer- ing FoundaTion's Board of DirecTors. Fred has mainTained an overall of 3555. A love of Spanish and Spanish speaking culTures characTerizes Sen- ior PaceseTTer Karen Hamil. Besides being a JoinT Honor Scholar wiTh a 3.47 grade average, Karen has been an acTive member of Fresh- man, Sophomore, and Senior Class Councils, Program Commission, Spurs, Alpha Lambda Delfa, Hes- peria, and DelTa Gamma sororiTy. She has served in a capaciTy of leadership as publiciTy chairman of AWS and vice-presidenT oT MorTar Board. Karen Hamtl Fred Stop? elkamp An International Affairs maior with a 3.33 over-all, Diana Deere has been elected Sophomore Senator and secretary ot AWS, an ASUC Senator-at-Large, vice- president of Panhellenic, and president of Delta Gamma sorority. She has served actively in such honorary organizations as Spurs, Nails, Alpha Lambda Delta, Hesperia, Angel's Flight, Mortar Board, and Phi Sigma' Alpha, the political science honorary. Diana has been recognized as one vvho has been an active parti- cipant at the University ot Colorado. The ability to work in many fields ot endeavor simul- taneously with valid results is Senior Pacesetter and Phi Beta Kappa Jim VVilmore's outstanding character- istic. Jim, a mathematics maior maintaining a 3.6l average, has been selected as Junior Class Vice-Presi- dent, IFC Rush Chairman, a member of Sabre's Blue Key Honorary, and has received recognition for his awarded membership in Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universities in i965 and the Three Year Masters Program. Jim is the current editor of the Coloradan and a member ot Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. 0 O O Diana Deere lim Wrlmore As a Three year member of Honors Union Council and ediTor of The "TangenT" during The pasT Two years, John Bilderbeck has devoTed a greaT deal of his Time and crea- Tive TalenT To The CU Honors Pro- gram. A senior maioring in econo- mics, John is a RegenTs Scholar, a member of The Three Years Masfers Program, and a columnisT Tor The Colorado Daily. John has mainfain- ed a 3.68 overall during The pasT Three years and has been awarded The honor of membership in Phi BeTa Kappa. Roger Swanson, ranked aT The Top of his class in The College of En- gineering wiTh a 4.00 grade aver- age in chemical engineering, has been awarded a RegenTs Scholar- ship, 3-M Scholarship, and a STan- dard Oil Scholarship, and has re- ceived The PresidenT's Award for his academic excellence. Roger has served as presidenT of AlCHE and as vice-presidenT of Tau BeTa Pi Honorary. He has served acTively as a member of Sigma Tau, AES, and ConTrol Board. He has also spenf counTless hours in service of his Tel- low sTudenTs - arranging problem secTions and TuToring, all wiThouT charge. Roger exhibiTs The much soughT-aTTer combinaTion of inTelli- gence, pracTicaliTy, and sociabiliTy. lohn Bilclerbeck A junior pre-med student with a 3.4 average, Fred Seydel has served on the Dean's Advisory Committee, the Thomas Jefferson Award Commit- tee, and the ASUC Senate. A mem- ber of Acacia Fraternity, Fred is a resident advisor, Freshman Camp Counselor, chairman of the Joint Library Committee, and president of Honors Union Council. Fred Seyclel Linda Conzett, a senior psychology major, is a Regents Scholar with a 3.4 average. Linda has been a Freshman Class Counselor, an AWS representative, an NSO group dis- cussion leader, and a Clearing House chairman and volunteer. She is also active in Psi Chi and Honors Union Council. A member of the Student-Dean's Program and the WICHE Program, Linda plans a future in counseling and testing. Lin da Conzett ll4 award honors student leaders Selection for membership in "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges" is based on the same criteria as that for the Pacesetter Award. Both awards honor students for excellence in campus leadership, academics, and high character. Who's 'Who mem- bers not pictured are Steve Ehrlich, Ben Franklin, John Parker, Jacqui Pate, and Shelia Varon. Becky Keller, John Oliver, Ronnie Mayfield. Margie Blanc, Francie Stewart, Norris Hermsmeyer r i who's who in american universities cmd colleges Brian Sperry, Bill Ragland. Linda Kraybill, Ralph Jones, Linda Jo Shirley, Len Barron, Barb l-Iulfin. j . -ni. student government Chips Barlow ASUC Vice-President clsuc:-students interested in governing themselves CU's sTudenT governmenT, The AssociaTed STudenTs of The UniversiTy of Colorado, is composed of The joinT boards, The commis- sions, and The senaTe. The ASUC vice-pres- idenT runs The senaTe and works wiTh The ioinT boards, while The presidenT works wiTh The commissions and represenTs The sTudenT body To The adminisTraTion. The senaTe is The idea body of ASUC, co- ordinaTing sTudenT ideas and giving Them To The ioinT boards or commissions which puT Them into acfion. Made up of class presidenTs, senaTors-aT-large, and sen- aTorial represenTaTives from campus or- ganizaTions, The senaTe is organized To represenT The ideas of The sTudenT body as a whole. The senaTe approves The appoinT- menT of commissioners and This year proposed Two new ioinT boards and esTablished The new SpiriT and Rally Com- mission. ? i::s 4 : l Recognized as one ofthe outstanding individuals in the ASUC commission structure, Steve Ruttenbaum served as NSO Commissioner and Administrative Assistant To the ASUC. x commissions e give substance to clsuc idecis Barb HuITin's presence is primary to the smooth running of the newly-partitioned ASUC office. i . bbs 6 6 5 iggff ,lx , Co-sponsor To The Vier Nam Teach-In was The Nafional Affairs Commission. l. I -nf' fb The commissions are The real accomplishers of ASUC, The acfion bodies which,puT inTo effecf The ideas of The senaTe. The fiffeen commissions do everyfhing from sponsoring rallys and Teach-ins To fighfing for sTu- denf righfs To park on campus. The breadfh of Their inTeresTs is unlim- iTedp Their concern is, in facf, wiTh whaTever concerns CU sTudenTs. The Merchanf l2elaTions Commission runs a STudenT BeTTer Business Bureau and works on a coupon booklef for sTudenT discounTs from local merchanfs. The Travel Commission geTs sTudenTs discounfs on flighTs home for vacaTions and on Trips To Europe in The summer. A moTivaTion- al program for Spanish Americans from The Denver area was sponsored This year by The Human RelaTions Commission in iTs fighT againsf high school drop-ouTs. Nafional Affairs Commission sponsored This year's Teach-in on VieT- Nam, while The lnTernaTional Affairs Commission sponsored The Model UN held This spring. The Public Relafions Commission is responsible for publiciTy for all fiffeen commissions and for The ASUC "image" on campus and in The communify. IT also sends sTudenTs To visit high schools To discuss CU. The ASUC lnTernaTional Lounge was remodeled by The lnTernaTional Affairs Commission. -Q. -. ,-.,fs5lmgw ,,L ,- i. T e - ' fxkfdvifv Pirih' ' ' r U -f --,fro T. . . A - 149' VA 13 T ..,. . ,,- - T 'ggi "1:5pilc,'5.'-X4-Qffi , FQ ?-f w in 45- -:,.,,I,,..,.- ' ' ' V X. .T , , Y .g 1 ,YY TA ,, lf GREEN llUTH0RlZATIoN ClJMPiEiEU CARD our or Euvsiovf ll 'ii pRE5ENT cm fNllEl0PE AND ENVTEITUITE T0 NSO Commission is responsible for New STudenT OrienToTion Week, which inTroduces freshmen To CU eoch foil. ln oddiTion To convocofions, somple lecTures, ond group discussions To help prepore incoming sTu- denTs for universiTy life, Cl Judy Collins Conce-rT wos held This foll. The conTroversiol foreign film "The Virgin Spring" wos sponsored by The Religious Programming Commission. New This yeor wos on "On-The-Hill" nighT To ocquoinT freshmen wiTh The Hill. There wos ci bond ond doncing in The sTreeTs, ond oll The shops ond pubs sToyed open. A Club Foir wos held in The UMC This foll To oicquoinT freshmen wiTh oll The clubs on compus. This wos olso The firsT yeor ThoT on orienToTion wos held for freshmen ond Tronsfers enTering CU for The spring semesTer. The Heollfh ond Welfore Commission worked This yeor Toword increosed sTudenT porking on compus ond helped To bring cibouT meTered porking oufside The Engineering CenTer. IT oilso senT ouT oi quesTionnoire To ob- Toin freshmen's firsT impression of CU. the freshmclns first impressions STudenTs Hcompore Fofher POT" emcees The Troclifions Convocofio rl. M' i' t QA ,Q noTes" wifh ca professor in somple lectures V:- X L ,,,,g...--1- - "Qt"'T fir. Recognnzed os one of The oufsfcrndlng :ndlvlducls in The commission sfruc Ture, Jeff Levine was prlmcarlly responsible for publicohon of The Seer - .. .-f.,T.f V ., fsnwhn, .,.,,, .. Y, ,X X. 1-, wir " M 1.7L ,f . .- Jr, - .-. 4 -"r --. ,-up. -ur:g,51' :wie 4.3 s wifiijcl, , ,,-' 1' fn"-fp Y Wi 255 'Tw' ' '72-FY -ll ' T Jimi, as N academic concern This fall The Academic Affairs Commission published The Seer, iTs new Teacher evaluaTion booklef, analyzing The Teaching abiliTy of 50 UniversiTy professors. The bookleT helped To Trigger sTudenT concern over The increasing emphasis on "publish-or- perish" aT The UniversiTyg and in The spring ASUC sponsored The well-aTTended Publish-or-Perish Rally. The Academic Affairs Commission also worked Toward a calen- dar change To The modified semesfer plan. IT esfablished a TuTor file, The STudenT Book Exchange, and The Unincorporafed Uni- versiTy. The classes of Uninc U are complefely wiThouT grades or credii and focus on subiecT maTTer generally noT covered in reg- ular courses ranging from a class on Charlie Chaplin To a discussion of higher-educaTional adminisfrafion. Speaker programming and a commiTTee To esiablish a Deparf- menT of Religion on campus were also underTaken by The commission. ln addiiion, iT hopes To sponsor an "Academic Gadfly" on campus nexT year-someone hired solely To observe The academic CU and defermine whaT is lacking and how iT can be improved. EF 1' S. 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The Foundation also sponsors low-interest undergraduate loans, the Teacher Recognition Award, and the Cap and Gown proiect, which allows graduating seniors to turn in the five-dollar cap-and- gown deposit to the SDF as their first alumni gift to the University. A stormy presidential election focused attention on the Election Com- mission in the spring. Inadequate election rules proved the villain as mass confusion followed repeated disqualifications of one candidate during the pre-campaigning period. And yet, despite many "Mickey Mouse" problems, an unexpected, record turnout in the preliminaries left two slates pulling for final-election votes from two largely different audiences. The "Action Slate"-Lex Pinson and John McGill-repre- sented to many voters the traditional student government slate, while the "Gadfly Ticket"-Paul Talmey and Paul Danish-drew tremendous support from past dissenters. Calling on students who had not voted in past elections as a show of disapproval for the ASUC, the Gadfly group brought a long-neglected interest into student politics. Nickel coffee and no more wire fences proved to be more than iust humorous com- mentary on a tired ASUC. There was, among the students, a current of active concern, a desire for nearly any change, a real involvement. Thousands of posters-the first signs of the election battles ahead. " f GK ui. am Fj - sw. -. W f. l ll silo Ev--,fesier1?ff::f-mf:i r - 1 ' ' "" "if am 4 "".UP0'fM - l FOR ATT: --N-mail .r::iF:LT " ' l:Y"1f:fE'.Ti--f T l -'f Moc M-Yl'-l-l-F d -fQ.QffEAti4:sMAn T A-'mm Zfiimeivi ' , ' 0'-' -' iwasriiwi ' . D V - A V ,It H,-I 'I'y .':A - A , 'F' v. ,... .,.. , . .'-.c ' 'wpmllibl ' it i7"'lTilfii'1l.'71'l "' S' , .meme .2 , A 'T ' Pinson tis.: 4 4 Anil? 'ai-51" . . . 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SOSL, responsible for esfablishing campus social TradiTions and pre- siding over sTudenT social life, has proposed a radical policy change in The UniversiTy Social Code. The change would give Tar more re- sponsibiliTy To individual social groups, such as fraTerniTies and sororiTies. A new ioinT board, a Campus Cul- Ture Board Tor programming culTur- al evenfs on campus, was proposed This year by The Religious Program- ming Board. ln addiTion, The Senafe Commihee on JoinT Boards is aTTempTing To establish an lnTra- mural Board and a Wardenburg Board, which would give sTudenTs a greaTer voice in areas To which They pay ci large porTion of Their sTudenT fees. XNXQ -C v .I lr ,f 1 L 1 "r Y x-I . - ,, Y ' 'mm ' f"' Q 1-x"1,g-i1i?l.1-3:-Q". jf"f5 F. ichK"?,,f5-'.11r1J,.nJJvim - V . " ' ' -'Q-. . 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Fourth Row: Professor Pluckhun, Professor Leitch, Professor Crow- Deon E. Jcxmes Quigley, Jim Swoeby, John McGill. the use cmd enjoyment of the umc .Ai 35?-'1i',,, -ei, 1- PROGRAM COUNCIL: Kathy Valentci, Dan Mancini, Barbara Weisman, Lynn Cohn, Samir Zakhim, Rich Austerman, Patty Lobe The Dale Bruning Quartet entertains students in The Source. o cup of coffee o game o'F pool A cup of coffee beTween classes, a ping- pong break, a relaxed hour lisTening To music - These are The spokes of a sTu- denT's life, and The UMC is The hub. Behind The scene which The sTudenT Takes for granTed is The Program Council, which seeks To develop The facilifies of The UMC To Their capaciTy To enrich The ed-ucaTional and recreaTional acTiviTies of The CU sTu- denT. ln addiTion To iTs responsibiliTy for The Games Area, Forum Room, Readers TheaTre, CrafT Shop, Music LisTening Lounge, and browsing area, The Program Council sponsored The NSO week and Win- Ter Carnival dances and The GE College Bowl and decoraTed The UMC aT ChrisTmas Time. LasT spring, iT also beg'an The Source, giving sTudenTs a place To come for enTer- TainmenT nearer Than The Hill. FRESHMAN CLASS COUNCIL: Front Row: Susan Rowe, Judy Nenno, Katy Holscher, Janet Thieman, Pavonne Bursk, Marianne Wormley, Ann Nichols, Mary Smiley, Secretary. Second Row: Alice MacCorkle, Marilynne Tarbet, Melody Jeffrey, Kathy Hofman, Shelia Campeau, Mary Kay Stewart, Mary Park Lenox. Third Row: Rebecca Harman, Lynn Burianek, Patty Gerber, Connie Lapp, Nancy Kirk, Andrea Favret, Heidi Hoffmann, Kathy McCarty. Fourth Row: Barbara Grable, Susan Creed, Suzi Levine, Martha Walton, Carol MacGuire, Diane DeCaprio, Jayma Bloom, Gigi Mohlman. Fifth Row: Norman Knowlton, Tom Hausman, Paul Heycl, Chris Miller, Gary Klober- danz, Brad Piken, Tom Reavis, Harry Grass, Sandy Wyllie, Warren Jackson, Glenn Porzak, Vice-President, John Finnell, President, Mike Huffaker, Sandy Lawson, Mike Pryor, Steve Rosen, Larry Burnett, Stuart Bernstein, Michael Goldberg, Marc Boguslan, Pete Johnson, Terry Cearley. an education in student concern For involved students, class councils are an education in government and democracy. They function both as service groups for ASUC, following through on ASUC projects, and initiating groups, suggesting ideas to ASUC. Primarily, though, they attempt to draw a larger percentage of students into the realm of student government, student decision-making, student concern. A new idea to stir up student involvement with ASUC was initiated by the Freshman Class Council, which SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNClL: Front Row: Don Marturano, President, Sherry Cravans, Secretary, Sally Rittenhouse, Treasurer, Greg Sullivan, Vice- President. Second Row: Lee Buckley, Dodie Lingle, Barbie Cox, Christopher Avery, Mimi Drewry, Diane Levy, Bill Wade, Kathi Waldron, Jerry Wayne, Mary Lou Tielke, Marsha Logan, Bruce Riley,. Steve Berger, Joe Finizio, Tom Ex xxx., es- ' it -E . .C . F Qce is., at created the first extensive class newsletter - support ed by ads - and distributed it personally to freshmen in the dorms. Freshman Council also sponsored a pro- gram on study habits. The Freshman and Sophomore Class Councils co-spon- sored a Book Exchange to save students money in buy- ing and selling their books. The Sophomore Class Council helped establish a new ASUC commission, the Rally Commission, and coordinated a card section for the Air Force Game. Weinstock, Lynne Clark, Edward Barad, Gwenn Davis, Joe Scott. Third Row: Linda Svore, John McGill, Debby Kerner, Geoff Galbraith, Rick Steineger, Sallie Strobel, Harry Dahl, Jean Inghram, Bill Lowery, Emery Bator, Frank Malouff. Fourth Row: Vic Reinking, John McNamara, Charlie Brown, Peter Metzger, Betsy Gregg, Bill Weiner, Bev Brown, Tom Suddeth, Billie Maxwell, Jeff Harris, Judy Shelton, Gary Wallace, Sherie Schatz. of-S lf L -. euiff ., ,pw-:- vu 'iw figs! 5. 2, A -:WY Nr! 4 Q 1 r wwf" gf' ' ' 3 f W H f ,wif-11,55 -:EQ-wit! -, A 1 ggfgvfgr - M 1 L" 5 v fx'- , . J . ' - , ,t 1 ft-. ' ' A 'Z':-,.'a'.1f 1 142' -1112-' as V r ii - - -- -- .V .js .. .' -5. -vin .':-'- a'w-.-1- -I A L .HQ -- ' ' '- '- --.-S iff' 1 w . V ' '-'fglnb F!-5'-'E'3,1g-F-Aff-1X V G, l Q 1. .V , if - 4 'gf-.,-.QP S4595 "L '- ' ' .Lf L - . A V R,-. f .,, p V . : , It V .T - ' ' ' -' . H ll f . Q ij 3 - - T Q 1 ' if ar- 1 - ' , -,gl V ,. html ,J .W , va Q ,, . ,V ,.,, , 9 AW-f A AL if ef ' Q'3',7' ,,- , u PHE? - ' : ,s ... ,MI 5 ,,g' 3 . Q.. f, ', , . ' 2: 4, W "" M l ' 1' I X, I a M was-li ,mf 1 'Q . vu. 1 K : .-i ,Ar -. . ,,.- , ,w , wr sv 5 .Y Q , 1 4 'Q 'ss 1 Gi W "fl " gi wax in .4 .., ' -ff' . i ' is N, xx' 1 I ' NQYH N T -4 U l associated women students CENTRAL HEARING COMMITTEE: Cindy Van Druff, Barb Wessels, Lynne Abclnor, Nona Switala, Karen Erickson, Mrs. Jimmie Queen, Barb Grieve, Suzie Isaacson, Bethie Cronlund. ln line with the re-evaluation and restructuring that is going on within the University, AWS this year has focused its interest in new areas. The Executive Council has changed regulations pertaining to privileges and junior keys to provide more un- iformity of rules among living units. The Central Hearing Committee of AWS has exercised a new function this year - that of educating and coordinating hearing committees and standards boards in women's residences. CHC is currently work- ing with Executive Council to deter- mine criteria anol procedures for establishing honor systems both on and off campus. AWS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Madeleine Dinges, Gail Schields, Vice-President Karen Erickson, Barbie Stryble, President Karen Harrison, ASUC Senator Lindo Kraybiil, Greg Bredehorri. Q Q OO 99 Q The AWS Songfest produces mony fine group performances. V . . . a....,. n.,...... M,,iL 'I- at ' .... . 51, 19" -af :f : 944 r ,Z-T 3. ur Q 'I 'O Ls, - '5 ' ff'- n 5 1-.re YB' 4 ' Wi.-.. , ki A A ff ' - if -A El" 54 " "WF S wa 3 KI .P-ti 5 'S-M 4- X 1 WEE? 3 V ,, Y ,..Lf,V : I .3 ,A xx- 'Qi 3 F' 2?- mf, ations Q Y Questions of censorship, responsibility, content of iournalistic productions and fi- nances of all University publications are brought before the Board of Publications for discussion. The Board selects editors for .jo u G I C the Coloradan, Nisus, the Colorado Daily and departmental magazines. ' ' ' Settlements and decisions made by this I board involve the entire University, there- fore the board- is composed of both stu- dents and faculty. BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS: James Quigley, John Mitchell, Amy Davis, Ron Merriman, Frank Howard, Ron Smith, .lohn Harvey, Conrad McBride. 'u Jane Dimit Managing Editor A record of involvement - a description Through prose and pictures of a year of interaction between students, students and faculty, and students, faculty, and admin- istrators . . . the story of students involved in activities, in studies, in the college ex- perience . . . a study of one year of living at the University of Colorado is the iob of the staff of the 1967 Coloradan. To produce an accurate and descriptive log of the year is an abstract and often frustrating iob. It requires more than a photograph and a clever blurb to describe the complex involvements of a University year. It requires an interest, but still more, it requires a participation and a commit- ment to that University year. Deadlines came and were almost met, pic- tures were taken and copy collected as in any yearbook production. As always, there were problems, late nights, laughter and near tears, cigarettes and frustration. But to the staff it was a little different because, this year, they were involved. the study of one 1.5-5 I dm Sig ., 4, W it l FJ 1 I 4. i -'44 A . ' '- E I - - 'I - r 1 lr. , '-y I ., V 1 ..,. V 3. 'L X fl 55.-5,.31,i' ., M A' ,V,5jf,-ggi, :i f 'rf'-1, 'fi ,. sz-i l TQ? Q ' gf , t- -H 442' 1 , a' ' 3 - J r Jim Wilmore Editor-in-Chief lp .ns .n year of living at cu Karen Stafford LoyouT Ediior W Tom Swain Assistant Copy Editor if K-:ggi--piimii ' ' i JIII Evans Copy Ediior :Mit gig? FS. Pb' Bob Jenkins Assisfcmf Lqyouf Edifor Carol McCundIess Heod Typisf im .ge I Mm . ,-2 'fig - .JY 'ruin' ' ' Q' 1252.-1 1g44 C C G Cherie Deifemeyer Assisfonf Managing Editor Holland Duell Royc:lTy Editor '11233?l'Ff'f il 'if'7f '2 1 f ' 5351?-1-1,1-. -Mg: W , . J A 55" gt ,g...- I . , '.1.Y .Rr .-, , -,gg ' ff? - if'-lc' ' H131 , Q H w ' 1 .7- ., ' 7'7" , .' W m: 'H . . V - N 2 1' A "' " bfi- M A 'f Q1 ' .qw -' ' ai" 1 gugaefg 4 -E?-'15 ,,, , . , az., N -.,--eq. K J xl' . +A . L C, , A ,gig , AHA I ., ,' 2 2 .1 R24 I E 5 fi! JI 35- 'E A M, , ag, f -iff. , 'P nn ,gg 1 9' 5, In 1 lf, , 119' "' - f , -11' Eu ... HY 1 ' i w X N t' w i z w W' A, 5 ig' ' V, . f , ' ,. ' 9 I W M , I :.: I ' . if A w , 145 55 5.131 i K Patty Mason Academics Editor Sully Hodges Residences Editor Don Reichman, Sandy ,Adamson Greek Edifors Julie Larson u,,- E e if 4 I .Q - ss Index Editor A 'JR 53 Mi i X - "', if .L- Sfeve Dunn, Jeff Boofen Sales Manager, Assisf. Business Manager Patti Palmetier 55 ,N f ,ww , 1 Business Manager ,133 2 e- pslgse ,.,,,, V, wx ,. 1 , ,V , flaw Q . ,nw ,N X V QQ, wiv ' V 1 1.1221 Ag LVN 253252 -. I x l 1 I If Anne Patton Phofo Coordinafor Pam Humilion, Kibby Piel ReceQtionisTs M, 1 -Q . hx J N .TX in V54 , is , fix Aff? ', . -Y Z, '1.,r ' J . A swf M A 2 f all! IA . E-,L f T21 f 5 I f' f Vfrff' -' 1151 N'-.,'l"'T5 ff' . ' I g.?2fEQfii3 ' L ci stirring of involvement ry H . I, Jim Witte Managing Editor Communication of University issues to students was the task of the Colorado Daily, but its goal was to involve University students in these issues. Crusades, popular or unpopular, brought facts and issues to student attention. Topics for Daily controversies ranged from University affairs such as student gradua- tion requirements to community and national affairs including the Clancy pornography case and the student draft-deferment limitations. Staffers involved themselves not only in applied iournalism, but also in the broader aspects of University, national, and interna- tional affairs by researching story informa- tion. By presenting controversial issues, the Daily stirred criticism and praise - and stu- dent involvement. 'iff wi '1 ii I 55?'Ww5lllei ,M Bob Ewegen Editor-in-Chief Paul Danish Gadfly Editor John Evans Day Copy Edifor David Chalfan Efhos Edlfor Sandi Cortner Night News Editor 149 'N Xu . N 1 Q ,1F"'m , -. ,Q 1 I . Q, fn 4 :L-, R5 S. i7"Y,l'-saga. fr-V 'A i T30 55.1. L f".':fR ' ..,: ra. A "tfb,f3f'f'71'ff: 4. A , .31 V s ' f- u ' - - - '51, 9 K -up -3- - . ,., a. , , 1.1 Q1- 1' f 'pi Y 1' . , L 41" z Mx +4 rv! V Yeni - DAQ! -A H Boni Benjamin Marla Riegel Nighf News Editor Bulletin-Mo-rgue Editor . -' V X- -U mm :V 1 f 925 5 'f ,N W, wlilu W 'H I Y' v N A 'lu' f Rob Pudim Doily Ccrfoonist an-..-... .. Dianne Sodok Copy Editor John Anderson Chief Photographer Henry Colt Editor-in-Chief Summer Daily Frank Bell News Editor The summer Daily is a tri-weekly publica- tion concerned with the communication of news and information of interest to the students attending the University summer sessions. In organization it is an exact coun- ter-part of the Daily although its staff is reduced in number. The murder of a uni- versity coed in Macky Tower during the past summer stunned the campus and the nation and provided the summer staff with its maior story. The staff rose to the chal- lenge and covered the assignment with the journalistic professionalism it demanded. The purpose of the Colorado Daily Business Staff is to make the paper a success finan- cially. This year, through the outstanding efforts of its advertising staff, the amount of student fees necessary to support the Daily has been substantially reduced. It is hoped that within a five-year period the business staff will be able to halt the need for this student-fee support altogether, thus releasing these funds for other uses. 'wa 4 iq' ' 1',L.f 1 - ,q:. i 355331 I f"'.-Q.-1, . ,'Z':,f-g'.L" ' .vf',4" W" l4'P,w'5--- big,-.g.4",,, 'wi' . ..w"" '.-:H ..:-ffff?E".-L: . LQ-41--5. ::.- ggi, 4 ,. , . ... W '.fJ,, Ln.: A 3, -'f'fXZ.'l'...,s:-s- rt, W U vw, Wv,1:vrL'2!:t-if. 'UML V- ,- ,, ,.,..u,,.,-, 575:-gif-q7:!'f' ,.L11'xf,.. .x af, A 4. ".- . , ' 'f'1-JTf"". 5" M ' 'f --11 A 1, L YP' g, 'T -95.1-1 Q ago o: , ga, wwf RIO' . V- 9 .42 Sl , -R 00,0 . F f. a, V.: . I ,. .1 CREDIT PM , , ' f A '1 ri 1 , 4 54 V 41 ' W 9' ' Q5 fi . LEE' , I-il . . 1 , .4 N X '. Sfoff members discuss The foll deoolline. E , l The Colorado Engineer, quorferly publicoTion of The engineering school, offers The engineering sTu- denf noT only The chance To publish The resuITs of scholorly research in The Technicol fields, buT more im- porTonTIy The chonce To goin o more liberal educofion by cillowing him To work in The non-scienTific world of The wrifer ond publisher. CI more Iibercil education Edifor-in-ChiefKc1Thy O'Donoghue and her ediToricil sToff. Paul Talmey Editor-in-Chief nisus: an artist's showcase DespiTe formal disapproval of lasT year's Nisus, Universify repri- mand of The Ediror, and wiThdrawal of The magazine from disTri- TribuTion, Nisus, The campus IiTerary publicafion, snuggled on This year. The magazine published' sTudenT arT, prose, and poeTry wiTh appeal To arTisTs of all levels and TasTes. Adminisfrofion .......... 160 Educators ............................ clccldemics 157 Qhuir ,Q li s-gg x m N ,W X x,,,g.w.V' , 5, ,.,.,..- . W "' Yr V WML.. 1 WY W 'W X . 415 .Riggi- an .Wf- wwmf gag ' ,Ml ?Wfg:':j . n'lV x x o X N AWN , ,,.i.e.g2i - .l qi I . ,, is Q i,,,...xs,..-.-...,-"T 75 - N . 5,433 .ydialba-F .dumm- J, W an-J ski ! You ore The seeker, The yeolrner, The scholor. Your greoiTesT gift is on odrnission To ignoroince ond ci ThirsT for knowledge. You know ThoiT you hove found TruTh only os o Trickling from The eorTh, ond you grope your vvoiy Torvvord To The TounToin from which iT springs. For you The world vvoiTs To loe creoiTed. Once again, The COLORADAN has made an ouTsTanding conTribuTion. The sTafT of The 1967 COLORADAN is To be com- mended Tor iTs presenTaTion of The leading professors of Colorado UniversiTy and The conTribuTion They are making To The edu- caTional climaTe of Colorado and To The communiTy in which They live. Colorado UniversiTy has added anoTher year of growTh and progress. lT has achieved TurTher naTional recogniTion for iTs noTable achievemenfs in The field of higher education and iT conTinues To offer To all, graduaTe and undergraduaTe, The meaningful experience of preparaTion To meeTThechallengesoTTodayandTomorrow. A greaT sTaTe needs greaT insTiTuTions of higher learning. The greaTness of Colorado UniversiTy is helping To build an even greaTer Colorado. John A. Love Governor of Colorado regents revise loycilty ocith BOARD OF REGENTS - Fred Betz, Sr., Dale Atkins, Charles Bromley, President Joseph Smiley, Joe Coors, Daniel Lynch, Harry Carlson. The six - member Board of Regents, headed by President Smiley, is responsible for an annual budget of 70 million dollars and for decisions affecting every aspect of the University. This fall the regents authorized the construction and financing of Williams Village and approved plans for a School of Dentistry. In February, the board repealed the notorious Danielson Amendment so that the University's view on anti-discrimina- tion now reverts to the original i965 resolution. Also, knowing the re- sentment ofthe faculty to the old loyalty oath required of all University employees, the regents wrote a new oath, eliminating portions they felt to be unconstitutional. W As wiTh each passing year The sfore of human knowledge con- Tinues To grow wiTh unprecedenTed rapidiTy, The Task of sTudenTs To choose, To selecT and aT The same Time To masTer The essenTials of Their inTellecTual heriTage become ever more diTTiculT. YeT basic human values change liTTle, and as our knowledge of The physical universe expands, we musT noT lose sighT oT The com- mon concerns and inTeresTs we share wiTh mankind ThroughouT recorded hisTory. The UniversiTy's challenge is To provide To you our sTudenTs The opporTuniTy and The sTimulaTion To experience The exciTemenT of learning, The lasTing rewards of The life of The mind. Joseph R. Smiley PresidenT, UniversiTy of Colorado the challenge of unifying the m u Itiversity Glenn E. Barnett Vice-President of Student Affairs Eugene H. Wilson Vice-President of Business Affairs Thurston E. Manning Vice- President, Deon of Foculfy 'J 411142: ' '?'sl?5'ff"f ' 2 1 ' 'f , W. f H- H ,U ii :ex ' :sy-w , riqgzmz ,, ,aww i , , we in in ii V f , ,, N Wi ,, i ,i 1 ii ir lfalk , Quigley n of Men C1 monument to the future Pauline A. P h Deczn of W Q rs l I 471.111 'iii C. Dean Groves Alumni Relations built on pillars of the post Dwight V. Roberts Development Foundation awry,-Ever!-Y Af i-.., . me .W .. , .,- , ., . .fig W .Alice Cox UMC Sluclenl Aclivities . e Ha A ' fam? Y' 1 9lpy,L l65 ,,,,r4ag- 4, ma K ' --its J 2 . .M 2: 1 , fe ii - wi - " , , s A , , r it Eiga sy lf, PQ 'ui 'l, 0 le' I i Q r - li. 1' ,, , M O 5, ' ' o if v . , 0 i, si! K' xx, Y ""' I Q . -f-Q -qi h 1 . .1 i. M. Helen Carpenter Placement Bureau wr I 4 David B. Muirhead Dean of Admissions and Records P. Raymond Johnson University Purchasing Agent Q R. Clifford Yoder Director of Student Residences f 4. is George S. Lesser Special Services cz dynamic task, 7 ever-changing Scott Tyler News Services ,f . I 1 ,Af -. f 5' fm " 1 ii "' T fm " 09301127 "f?7?5?9 f Q 'S .gnu .ll.i i - F, V, i, F, Theodore Volsky Student Life Center 'G' d""'- --A f ' ' 7, '- A it , - , ' mu, "-- , ,.f -' , ,f-A -.- 411,-, ci word, Cl moment, ci spark of wonder The machinery of educaTion becomes a gray mound of grade books and TesT papers and num- bers on a wall. BUT There is a Time, seldom rec- orded, when The lives of a Teacher and a sTudenT meeT for an insTanT or an hour, when The wall builT of differenf worlds and differenT concerns is sfripped away for a brief while, and The sigh of boredom and resTlessness is replaced by The spark of wonder. This is living educaTion. lT is impossible To honor all The excellenT educaTors and adminisTraTors who have ignifed sTudenTs wiTh This living spark. A few ouTsTanding educaTors were selecTed by inTerviewing inTeresTed UniversiTy sTudenTs. From The long lisT of recommended names, The yearbook sTaff compiled a lisT of some of The many who were suggesfed by The sTudenTs aT large. The choices were made according To sTu- denT preference, wiTh consideraTion given To The amounT of involvemenf of each educaTor wiTh The sTudenTs in and oufside The classroom. The following pages presenT a few of The many ouTsTanding members of The UniversiTy communiTy and represenT The high qualiTy of educafors and counselors on The campus of CU. Our hope is ThaT in fufure years oThers will be honored in a similar manner. When a TesT and a grade have been for- gofren, only The spiriT ofa word will live on. ,ff -----1 The hisToric auThoriTy of The college Teacher has been undermined by The simple raTe of change in The growTh of knowledge. When I was in school, knowledge changed so slowly ThaT The professor could easily know more Than The sTudenTs, wiTh- ouT any quesTion, and The sTudenTs knew he did. In facT, I would have a sufficienT ambiTion To have known as much as my professor did. If I ThoughT I could learn as much as The professor knew, I would regard my learning experience as saTisfacTory. The conTemporary sTudenT in any field whaTsoever in The UniversiTy would say, "If I don'T know more Than The professor does, I am a failure." This is a reversal. IT is noT clue To The facT ThaT our generaTion of college Teachers are sTupid or uninformed, iT is due To The facT ThaT The raTe of change of know- ledge is someThing wiTh which we cannoT keep abreasT-and The sTudenT knows iT. And The sTu- denT is inclined in graduaTe school To have read someThing The professors have noT. And whaT was True five years ago, and eighT years ago, is noT True now. IT does noT maTTer wheTher iT is maThe- maTics, physics, chemisTry, sociology, or economics. 1' 11 ' P , V :sw - V ,mt ,J V . 1: L' 1 - Y 1' ' l , lr . , :qi i' - ., ,, ,, , . So the University is going to have to change from an institution that transmits information from one generation to another to a kind of cooperative research team in which the status differences bet- ween the student and the faculty are cut a great deal, and the students and faculty become almost partners in an effort in which the student can pro- bably run faster than the faculty. Howard Higmun Professor of Sociology .,g,5 IAIQ. 3 M- ? 1 4 Y, . . wf n, k f 1 my 4? gn. -v-7. qw., 5 .. ... .L Y ...M ..,.--,.,.- .2-.,.-.,.,..,. -,.....-... " qwmi N -0--- -.,..f.,ZWa..3a,.J.1. 'THU-0 5 5ga4ggg3s23 ai.f,1, ci' , 5.1.367- 1' 53531 'v1'512 I x5i54Ii,9352 'gf- ,,1, im lg? 1 r 519' 2 FJ' 'in g"4':q.N., .,,. I 3 D e E5 qw ., V. F pf 4 4 M 1 "1 uf? .pf '-.2'11'r, l vfx 'P-Egg. ' N 'Xxx Pi, 55 ,, . 1 ' Lift' -,J,,- J --W eh ,. . 2+-..' Y i' . 3.-pr, , if Vs 1" J fm? AIX? X 5 CVM ,MS KU fp., M ' 1 i Q57 1- gr. x kv. .-ww, , 9: 'X A ,- , ' 1 ' NME f New f' , fa WP . ---' ' 7 X il S.. Zdcjf' iw f-EPM, CCR M K- l .v 'J v i I like To Think of maThemaTics as being in some way an exTension of inTuiTion. A greaT deal depends on viewing The given problem in The righT perspecTive, disTinguishing befween The essenTial and The unimporTanT TeaTures, and making associaTions based on pasT experience. MaThema- Tical creaTiviTy is also guided by a cerTain aesTheTic ele- menT, which has been TelT and appreciaTed Tor cenTuries. I Think This is connecTed wiTh our inner desire To inTroduce order inTo chaos, To find a basic pa1'Tern in Things and To undersTand why The paTTern should be There. David Reurick Professor of MaThemaTics is. ! 'Lv x R' ANA v- Ag'- W ' 1 L , R ' L . , .H '-- .1?:. -fbi: ', - f 7 M, - ,gl , - Y L' -.vii Aer- . .. -fs T" 4 Wu," " ue E I E -SA ,F am J? ,sg in ', . 5 M .fuffik 1,4 J. fi, lr wg? ,ii-.. '1-QM .- 5 avi,-A L r '- -' H- I 1 A off ,5-P' lg' -" .X rg -I. -.A 1 -. xy 'A ', . K' . ' . , I-X ' . 1 -LA ,Ay r . Mx 1, 'Y iigfgu.-LL, 51' ' 4 -x vm K., U 'T ,. F X I 1111 . ,,1,,x1v,,,f ELL-,..11.hM in Mk W H , in F5535 M E ii QL m, 4, '4q"ggu,.-' ' is 1 wa Y F.. , 2 ylfi' V I lf' I QU. A5112 . , Ei. , V 2, - Q 1 Qfqkx ' 5:57 Q, N '.. V? 'sv' ' 4 ,S 4. 'f '..' 3 'VLH '. ' 4 I . fifiifz -2'I ' N H ' fx- 64- 4' v 1 I Q- I . . 2 v nt, ,. 1 1 . 1 Iii. ' 'J' ", . 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Those who wish to see the perpetration of the status quo should reioice and continue to under-finance the University. But however our ills are defined, all agree that aid lies in a better faculty-student ratio, an adequate library, and so on. Disagreement seems to enter only on the question of whether the reforms would best be brought about by a stronger administration or by turning the University over to the students. But I deny the rationality either of more authority, even more divorced from teaching and scholar- ship, or of the abdication of intellectual responsi- bility to student caprice. On the contrary, I am con- vinced that solutions lie only in the reassertion of faculty responsibility, for it is only the faculty which finally can create the conditions which en- courage structured and responsible Questioning. Gary Stahl Professor of Philosophy .fi ir 'EW , 5. In seorch of myself I went looking for me But I coulcln'T see Whof I wonfed To be Insfeocl I found Thof To reolly see ls iusf To be And quif looking for me. M. G. Burr Professor of Archifecfure 181 f i '1 We used to be disturbed that you wouldn't get involved. Now we find it uncomfortable to allow you. We applaud the idea of change and recon- struction but don't want too many of you helping us plan it. We ask you to speak but find it difficult to understand your silence or your talk. You and we are associates in a search bound to- gether in diversity. Some pass through without much comment or involvement. Others constantly renew the spirit of the University by their creative- ness and committment. Paul Kopecky Director, Human Relations Center In The IiTeraTure of The ages we Tind ourselves. Suc- cessful adjusTmenT, wheTher personal or social, is a series of plaTeaus and noT a mounTain peak. The only absoIuTe knowledge is a dynamic knowledge which is ever in process. if we as Teachers believe This, we should presenT uncerTainTy wiTh The high- lighTs of a challenge, noT merely as a ThreaT To securiTy. By sTudying The pasT we learn noT To be enslaved To iT, we discover ThaT iT is individual men and women who mold The TuTure of mankind. Hazel E. Barnes Professor of Classics E ..w?, ., , . 1- r TT W ps? .. ll? be J. iilffiilfg- f ,ef X ' 'Q?7':'A' Q4 Y -If f J wi S The undeniable place of prominence assigned To The American college and universify wifhin The musical life of our naTion necessiTaTes a re- evaluafion of our curricular purposes. Since The greafer number of our academically Trained mu- sicians will Themselves embark upon an academic career - in conTrasT wiTh Their predecessors of only a few decades ago who mighT well have conTemplaTed The careers of professional per- formers managed by concerT agencies - iT seems clear ThaT Their forrnaTion musT be one of mem- bers of The academic communiTy of The Humani- Ties. Thus hisTory comes a full circle and music becomes again a parT of The ancienf concepT of The "arTes liberales." Jean Berger Professor of Music l l l 'fr - BW ,gy ...4 ffziivwfw j t , ,, M. Hs, 9:5 E51 1 A A n X X k 1 Af 3 K v ,K-. sl 1 fx, me Eg -.gig 1 i ' W X. X12 .J--" n 9 umm 2 I 1 4 I 8 am ff - -"Q-J, ' L! U . llf 5 is xx X .I In , u X xl .,, E 5'-FWQN ' f t 1 188 IF" 'X 7 , A ff' ! Teaching is how, noT why: To see by eye, and hear by ear, To feel by hearT, and Think by brain. And how noT To con- fuse one wiTh anoTher. One Teaches why, noT when. Why reminds Us ThaT men have been ofher people and sTilI The same. BUT when may Tell why, so when is useful, Too. Teaching is how To see and noT whaf To remember. Teach- ing is also how To say. Because knowing wiThouT knowing how To say isn'T knowing. Learning is how To feel, espe- cially when iT's noT The same and a Turfle is a dove and a barber's basin is a golden helmef. UndersTanding is The poinT buf how is sTill The why. James Sandoe Professor of Speech and Drama L... ' ' Li.--. 5 J, -1 a in at H' 4? ' ees 'Q .aw - '. ,: 1, i ii na: fvlii, .. filo tiff. ,THQ - 'R . 'Q 5 12 E? D: 4 ,.,. teaching recognition award "For his demonstrated command of his subiect matter and his rare ability to impart the subiect to his students, for his tireless dedication to the student in and out ot the classroom, and for his incalculable contribution to the education of the superior student, Walter D. Weir, Professor of Philosophy and Director ot the Honors Program, is recognized by the Student Development Founda- tion with the 1966 Teaching Recognition Award." Past recipients of the Teaching Recognition Award were Carl William Ubbelohde in 1962, Charles Angevine Hutchinson in 1963, Homer Price Rainey in 1964 and Harold Joseph Kane in 1965. The selection is made each year by a student com- mittee sponsored by the Student Development Foundation on the basis of nominations sub- mitted by faculty and students. The Student De- velopment Foundation also coordinated the Senior Class Gift, made grants to student organizations and conducted the Cap and Gown Proiect, the Student Loan Fund and other projects in support of the University. robert I. stecirns ciwci rd Austin W. Scott, Jr. "Awarded to members of the faculty and staff for outstanding service or achieve- ment in any one, or combination of the following areas - superior teaching, ex- ceptional service to the University, work Joseph W. Cohen with students, significant research, off- campus public service." The award is named for Robert L. Stearns, sixth Presi- dent of the University of Colorado, who served from 1939 to 1953. John W. Bartrom Muriel Sibell Wolle Sororifies ..........................,, 204 greeks Frc1Terr1iTies .............. 238 193 w 5,5 ai' I-3 'ff 1 59 1 .Q 2 'u1':x I .,, is . MM W ,.....1w.W3M. . -,sn 'iv .f mf .l. J .-.. - . uw K. '15 . .gf 'L ' 1 'aim' I . 4 .. ' .. rn, f:' '-4, a -1 ,J A f r T ,JJ ' .1 4 . ' .. " t '51 A . L' V' L 'vii .5,' ...f 'A 'L iii. ' ' .- .. , 3 4' u. " , . 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J. s---- .- H' ' W' " " -,n-gf 'K V ' f qvuunglahb- '- , V1 X. 4 X . ' yi' S' 1 iifw , I .X .- . 'A-F'1 - ."-Vg 2 -av. 1 ' 'Wil 14 Q "f Sa Q4 You have a special allegiance, a special function, a special ololigation. You sacrifice sleep for meetings ancl studies for projects and functions anol, perhaps, self for a greater whole. You who prize self-sufficiency and freedom of thought, prize this too -the caring that comes from responsibility to something more than yourself You can never care too much. Panhellenic Council is composed of the presidents of each sorority and elected officers. Panhellenic opened the year with 500 girls pledging T5 different sororities. The first day of rush introduced the innovation of conducting rush parties in the UMC. In No- vember the Panhellenic- IFC Conference was held. Panhel discussions on Greek- University relations and goals were con- ducted, and leaders left with new inspira- tion. The new Panhellenic structure was very successful in implementing new projects and disseminating ideas throughout the system. All sorority committees took an active part in such areas as faculty rela- tions, alum relations, scholarship program rennovations, and educating for social re- sponsibility. This spring, Panhel hosted the Big Eight Panhellenic-IFC Conference, which was in- fluential in sharing dynamic ideas with other Universities' Greek systems. T96 pcmhellenic max Fl association ei' Faculty and students participated in the Greek-University Relations conference X Fran? Row: Becky Keller, Diana Deere, Mary Zinn, Libby Valentine. Second Row: Sue Loomis Kathy O'Neil, Terry Heath, Cindy Van Druff, Linda Valdez, Judy Gaine, Lyn Abner. . -..J 1 f nr- , lv LQ2' ' junior The primary goal for Junior Panhellenic has been To creaTe among The pledges boTh a knowledge and a sincere inTeresT in The Greek sysTem. Junior Panhellenic has worked This year To bring abouT more uniTy wiThin The Greek sysTem by uniTing The sororiTy pledge classes Through several proi- ecTs. These included The HusTler's Handbook, a Greek direcTory, and exchange dinners each Mon- day nighT. Each pledge-class also parTicipaTed in an exchange wiTh anoTher sororiiy. This gave Them The opporTuniTy To discuss Topics ThaT con- cerned Them and To come To know more abouT each oTher, The Greek sysTem, and life aT CU The pledge-class songfesT was anoTher successful projecT which Took place in The spring. All of These combined To uniTe The pledge-classes, and in so doing, To creaTe sTronger acTive chapTers and a more uniTed Greek sysTem. pan hel len ic creates u n ity Each pledge class chooses one represenTaTive To serve on Junior Panhel. interfrciternity council Paul Kopecky discusses the role of the Greeks in a freshman's orientation. IFC and Panhel members listen To the Greek-University Expectations panel. R 1,-1 Front Row: Doug Ghertner, Ken Aylsworrh, Randy Olson, Steve Ehrlich. Second Row: Jay Geiger, John Franks, Jim Wilmore, Ken Shaleen. lnTerfraTerniTy Council pledges received inspiraTion aT The IFC Leadership Confer- ence held in The fall. LaTer They discussed The relafionship beTween The UniversiTy and The Greek sysTem aT The Greek-Univer- siTy Conference. In November, an IFC-Pan- helenic-UniversiTy Conference was held for The firsT Time, Taking The place of The TradiTional annual reTreaT. Three panels discussed The challenging Topics of Greek parTicipaTion in Freshman OrienTaTion, The conflicfing and compaTible goals of The UniversiTy and The Greeks and whaT each expecTs of The oTher, and educaTion for social responsibiliTy. During The year, IFC held symposiums on ESP and UFO's and conducTed a Greek ArT Show, displaying Greek arT work. They conTinued Their scholarship TuToring pro- gram, The Blood Bank, and The publicaTion of The Oracle, a ioinT IFC-Panhellenic mag- azine, published monThly in an aTTempT To presenT The Greek view. Spring broughT an IFC-Panhellenic Social for new officers. Their culTural, social, and educaTional ac- TiviTies This year did much To enrich boTh The Greek sysTem and The UniversiTy com- muniTy and To promoTe beTTer undersfand- ing beTween Them. This has been the third and most success- ful year for the Greek Blood Bank at CU. The Blood Bank furnishes the entire Boul- der County with free blood for its hospital patients. This year it had its own donor station in Boulder Memorial Hospital and provided its own technicians. The Greek Blood Bank has an annual contract to do- nate fifty pints of blood a week to Belle Bonfils, a blood clearing house in Denver. Surplus blood is given to the Veterans' Administration Hospital and the Institute for Cancer Research in Denver. The fraternities compete for a rotating tro- phy which is awarded to the house that has contributed the most pints of blood per member. Chi Psi was twice winner in the 1965-1966 school year. A similar sorority competition was begun in the spring sem- ester of 1967. Sorority members also help by keeping permanent records and by giv- ing girls special training to type out medical histories, take temperatures, and watch over the donors after they have given blood. The program was initiated in the fall of 1964 by Leo Luian through the lnterfrater- nity Council. Since the day it was first ac- cepted as a fraternity project, the Greek Blood Bank has grown from the spirit of an idea to a well-organized and effective ser- vice program. ln encountering and over- coming hundreds of problems, the Greeks have proved the power of energetic service over the destructive force of apathy. 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Cuxry XX1 1' J ,, B. .- S. Diahe A. Duggan J. Eickmeyer C. Frdniz G. 1. Gif: B.oi11ma E.omves AQCSXQEIIICC N. Greenlee T B.Qricve .14 Hansen j.Hm1ey A T Tl ., ez rr M. Hatch L. Hein C. Hlpks M. Hfxeman B. Holmes M. Jersin G, Johnson 'v ' T Tir f ll -V , , . T ., .,. Q 'nl ,.4.rlL.J-ff-,-.- ,E- , ...Tm ,Ati A, ., T.- . f L, - l 4 ., ,R i 4 ' r . 3' .fi 2 .v tfl- W. , V : '. x X Q 2' . ' 1 f f " J ' I , . , 4' 15 f Q ', . ' i f K' ' Q n I L V K ' " Y. - K . X, rr I Y I . ,. .5 5 4 fs! 3' ' Y fi, 4 N "r"'Sf"1 ' 4927 6" . .-fl' 'M 1 ' 1. 'EB' 54 ' ' A340 J Q f 1 1 -" " Q 1 1 V 1 ' ' H , ,lf I ' , g gk- xr It 1 . -, -1. Q A--is-+t ff: ' ' ' , ri A F' r ISA K ' J K V ' 4,4 , 1 - 'J - 5-'- il A A 1- -'-fu:-2:1 4- E 5 Q H -,ik ,L -,S 1 l'j'y HA- I F -R! fx! 4 - . .av s d. Y :A flip I L Q Q ' yy 'Y all . A.. fx- , A Ja? it , K V Q H. - :?::l., 4 Y 'F - T' lr : Y 5-11-14'265'QiiWi'? il " ff" xv -H.:-1'-QWQYP11 vf , .""a'N .fmfffpl 2,-W -I vi gym V- f- 7 President My 5Vice-Pres, Vice-Pres, H P1edgeTfZzif1kxL T+e?isu5:'EF55"'L ,f'HnufeVMQif.w L .4 -v. I A 1 L. Wnllace' 'Smd!.' Chrinn B. Arford " " K. Bard S. Barrick: D. Bertram L. BettsV' Bledsoe N f... K. Damkar G. Davis C. Deluca V. Ditisshein P. Donahue K.Dunne C. Earl S. Eske B. Faber L. Fireman w E .7 Ae ., : - , f . f , I 11 L, 'Q Ig ,." A 1- H- I " 4 C. Foster , B. Fox B. Gebhardt I. Greene J. Greenwood 1. Haid M. Hatch L. Hodgkins D. James S. Jialorte -J J 'if Ep L. .153 V4 -1 ' T 52311522 ,EMM .e 985 l6Th STreeT l 0 alpha delta pi gives new stress to scholarship AnoTher Trophy was added To The collection when The ADPi-Lambda Chi homecoming decoraTions capTured second place. Three of The Twelve acfs in The FirsT Annual Sigma Nu Taleni Show were made up of ADPi's. The sTress on scholarship was rewarded when five new iniTiaTes were Tapped for Spurs and ADPi won The Panhellenic Scholar- ship lmprovemenT Award. The Pledge Formal, TeaTuring The Modern Jazz QuarTeT, and The James Bond Pledge ParTy highlighTed The year. L.'Ksy D. Keller E K. Kendrick V. Meaklns P. Meilzle K. Moisan K. O'Neal S. Overhok K. Patterson A. Sandoe M C. Saniners Gwlfeel Weaver M. Wesggggarq C. Nance D. Nelson J. Newsccad C. Norton J. O'Keefe P. Pflaga C. Robbins T. Roberts B. Ruisch C. Run ,l.'Scl1lechten M. Shicora S.,Snydeg S. Snyder S. Woodward Y JL P Young T. W B. Zgrlengp . l Founder's Day and Parents' Weekend helped to start an exciting year tor Alpha Epsilon Phi. The Pledge-Active Retreat to Estes Park created a deeper understanding and close- ness between individuals, as well as uniting them as a group. The hashers added a nov- elty for the AEPhi's each semester by having a Turn-About dinner. The sisters took over for the hashers, and an ordinary dinner became quite an event. cl e phis appreciate woes of hashers AEPhi hashers for Turn-About dinner. ,I , 4 J' T72 vi' " lx-.Z Q ' . Amps.. r E . , .dfffl ., .114 - .mf v 4 r k A 1 " ' iTTT""' " ' ' "-T! A. , . 1 i .1 ,. , .,,- I ,Agj-16' a " .' "' Lf.--as ll ' ' 5f8!T1!T?? 5 ' . , L . U Xiu... 5 ' i-A--I ' 1. '4 " 4 A SN alpha gams give enjoyment to children ATTer being named To The AchievemenT Honor Roll aT The lnTernaTional ConvenTion lasT summer, Ep- silon TheTa ChapTer of Alpha Gamma DelTa began a spiriTed year wiTh The annual pledge reTreaT. Here The members discussed TuTure acTiv- iTies and inTroduced a rewarding new scholarship program. ValenTine's Day was given new meaning Tor The Alpha Gams, who This year held a ValenTine ParTy for The minimally brain-damaged children aT Wallace Village. Also, The acTives made Turkey Table favors, while The pledges decoraTed sTock- ings Tor The children To enioy aT Thanksgiving and ChrisTmas. Alpha Gamma DelTa ChrisTmas ParTy. ,xlff 4 s, gil? fllw' T if lr l 3? if s . ,E e z i I ll gbsg t fl--1'-ENN , - ' r 855 Broadway 5 Y ,T if . B Y ll xl N... -V f .I L. Shirley K. Irwin C. Mueller J. Paul K. Young J. Bmsel N. Fennell 1. Benford T. Bailey President Rec. Sec. Corres. Secr 'Treasurer House Mgr. Pledge Trainer I Bush Chrmn. Social Chrmn. Panhel. Rep K, 'lg +1 . 'U I L. Aldredge L. Bates V. Boyd M. Braun C. Brown S. Brown N. Burkhart P. Christiansen C. Correll C. Crane M. Crawford L. Cribarl M. Crooks V. Danna C. Dean R. Edwards J. Elsner C. Elzi B Fahey J. Gamblin T. George M. Gleyxe G. Gllddin R. Green S. 1-lawkinson M. Heath L. Hlllegnn 'L ' 'M Kellogg L 'Knaug 'N S. Lory S. Monte 4 1015 15Th Sfreef porty moods from comics to roses '4-gms' .'g:.'He2:1miBiei1em Lmym ,Mrs.Scorr' ,D.Smiih c. samf A.'B-mmm V resident V?f.'2-Figs!" f SCCTEQUFJ- ,Hqpqsemotherg 'P!qdgeV'F'rai1Ier Treasurer Fbr.Scudenc oo? 1 R. L.DaiE5 -M.,l5ay B.DivelbUss Lbolph: 1c.r5mfs Mfbugan 1:1 I, , 5 Z - of if Qi? l 4-- x-Y-2 L --J -..-, . Comic chc1rocTers decoroTed The scene for The Alpho Omicron Pi's Toll porTy, puT on by The pledges for The cicTives. The Rose Boll wos held oT The DiplomciT HoTel in Denver. AT This Time, The pledges were formcilly inTroduced ond presenTed wiTh ci holf-dozen long-sTemmed red roses. Fro- gronT orchid leis were Tlown in for The Howoiion Tormol in The spring. AOPi Dods were delighTed To be on hond for The exciTing Oklcihomo TooTboll gome. PorTies, skiTs, singing or The house, ond eoTing on eorly breok- TosT oT The HoirvesT House kepf The dods busy. All The doids lefT Tired- ouT buT informed in The woys of Their "enlighTened" doughTers. A foreign sTudenT from lToly spenT The yeor in The house ond broughT mony ideos ond cusToms from lToly To expound The girls' knowledge of Tor- eign counTries. AOPi's cilso helped o Joponese boy Through school ond senT Toys To children in Kenrucky Tor ChrisTmos. Su M. Knight i G. Kucmiexz- B. Kull P. Lawton' S. Love P.O'Keefe M. Pack .mrvks A G..Pan'icIc-' G.Pofal-nl P. Sargent K V T. Saw J. -Scar: V. Schim S. Scheer C Sc mberg' ' H Y. Tobias D. Traylar K.Wnlsh D. Wilson phi's angels odd excitement to derby day l The originaliTy of The Alpha Phi's earned Them firsT prize for Their grand enTrance To The Sigma Chi Derby. Dressed as "Phi's Angel's," They added exciTemenT To The early morning evenT by roaring up To The field on moTorcycles. The TradiTional Phi Ski was held in December aT GeorgeTown. A cosTume Pre-school Parry held aT The Pasfime earned Them money for chariTy. This year They claimed a freshman cheerleader, Pi Kap Barn Dance Queen, and firsT place in Blood Bank donaTions. . 5 ar- . A W W. fr-if ' Y , Q Y 4' 1 f N. Gardner M. Farsje K. Siefert H P. Crowrrk Mrs. Rcsscr P. Ameson C. Maxwell S. Harris 1. Bennett S. Aishron President Vitgigres. xlleqwisqs CQTTQFQQQQ. , .TH0u.segrWrQgr Treasurer Pledge Trainer Rush Chr-mn. Standards M. Allen K. Bartley M. Barnum B. Betcone P. Carnmaram B. Coker r H. Cook N. Crusius M. Davies B. Davis 4: A. Easron J. 'Ferris P. Fqgsurii M. Fucik S. Gardner J. Gilbert B. Goddard M. Gore C. Grahm .r.. TT. T T T' if A A H f . 'K' -.i I 'T fi? , ' . "rr is :mr - if , J ll' ' 564, . A T " T X' All .J ... 3 K xx ' , - ,V tg! " I i- X' 1 'A N. Greggs C. Grifiirh' N. Griiiin D. Hamilton S. Harrison M. Hay D. Hedberg A. Hours M. jordan M. Klsdis 777 Broadway F .M in 1.3, nl l f- , , . fr -A ' " 4. va A lr sg I Q i L , f-ik ""' 1 2- . - ' ,- ,, A 1 I 'JW r. li , ' 13,-,, , S QQ, Y 4: U J KL ,, l C. Kohross! K. Kollins 'Z ghyq K. Kulp Levirg., H lQ.ALymanQ! G.4Mgllazrnir ' K. AA,.A., ,M N " '7' ' 2 'r .-P" ., l v - f " ef . 'A A A. . Q .I l- . -. ' 1' 5-1-- 5 "' , .V7, , rr f' G. Marrinscn H. May M. McCreary S. McKee C. McLennan T. Miller '. da . I+, l we-1' W L. klyigrrrow viii T. Miller K. Milton N. Moore M. Murray C. Myover B. Packard K 4 . f A -v- g' 4. 11 ' W V 1 1 .Avli- 4 , . if 0 .. U. 7 ' ' .2..'.l, ""'..':'v'.'. T.'Perriri ii-'Q' L. Powell B. Pregrley M. Prevedel S. Ralston P. Schneider. T. Sellers NL Sieffert A. Shepherd M. Smart M . , ga A 3 i. - -1' ' . 'All K. Srerner U j. Templeton S. Underdahl V. Vandeyer G. Vaseen 52-aww , f if' ' B. Parry ' Jfkl- . 7 ' .. 12.9-: .,.. , ,l A , ,,,.. ,. ,,,,dHA W . 1 rx w , s ,. L 3' ' .if if l l' if 1 g I 4 . B . A.Rarcliffe M. Pate ' -l g l K. Riedesel L- ,Sparks ,M C5-Starr L. Walker lrl ll7" ' f 7 7 in 7 W . 2 'X L: xv .,.. C, I? NY1: lg H. 4 '- ' ' ' .. J - 4 fi . D. Warner j. Webber N. Williams K. Winston A. Wiren L. White H. Walsh P. Boehmdr L. Price J. Klrlcton J. Gain Mrs.Y1-lollenbeclc J. Taylor' L. Gallagher P. Cummins N. Brown 1. Clausen President Vice-Pres. Sec-mary Curves. Sec. Housbmochar Treasurer Pledge Trainer House Mar- Rush Cllfmn- PGWHQI- RCP- .. 4:2111 1 .. W,.. w. M. Abkdie C.Ahrens L. Ahtens Alberts K. Boone B. Boch Z. Brown J. Camp C. Condi! J. Courtney V. Davenport Z R. Dent B. Elliot: N. Elliott L. Englerc C. Foster J.' Groen K. Grilubon P. Grldin D. Gruene T Hearh S I-iideman 1 Holmes L.Lake L. Lassils M.Lel1r , i,5.,Lesh It J. McClintock M. Mirchell J. Morrison N. Muehleisen M Arthur J. Bahne 4 P. Barron I. Binney J. Bishop J. Comes L. Carpenter L. Carville M. Chrisrrnscn A. Christopher C. Clement N. Doolinle S. Dooliule C. S.'Forcl K.'F1imer D. M. Hale M. Haley S. T Jaeger vj. Nelson M. Nerhery C Drath j. Dudley N. East P. Ekiss Fleck L. 'Flanders J. Fisher S. Gebauer Ham T. Hansen D. Harlan S. Han Jones K. Jones P. Kaiser B. Knowles M Manning Mnnin G. Mas: M. Matlock S. Maxwell B. Nicholson D. Nicholson P. Ovenon cheerleaders provide spirit for chi omega The Chi 0's six chapier cheerleaders provide spiriT for all Chi O acTiviTies This year. Dressed in special ouTfiTs, They cheered aT such evenTs as The Sigma Chi Derby, wake-up breakTasT, and ReTreaT. For The firsT Time in several years, Chi O acTives parTicipaTed in an acTive sTudy program, which leTT many grumbling buT busy. AcTives and pledges began The year wiTh a weekend reTreaT aT Evergreen, soon aTTer, The pledges scored a second-place vicTory in The Sigma Chi Derby. Chi O also served This year as a fosier parenT for a six year old Chinese girl. V LL 'XI P N Ll ll A Z W C.Phippei1 Y H i C-iP6rteg H:P0spisi1 P.Price ,l,Purcg1l Kdsogers 'J.Roxixine' 'H T1 K.Roth A Y I ,K l f ,, R-:Q Z 1 '. ' 'H Q N ' 1 J.Shtks: ,J.Ssyell ,K:iS5i1gold, P B..Sloan Z :l5LSmilli6 "I?f.eSQapg., Z .D.LSrewarc.-V iw jS.fStrief Z , l' 'rrr V -, lil ill HL A . ,, ,ii W m W Lllu!!ii glht1lq6i. m X X T iii rr is ,. rr rr ri ,. rr D :gi Z H I ii ir T Timm T aiihiligz 5 . 'K.Wak1rQg- BW PWh' SWIQNV SWht he Bzuae Warner, lkwillougliby . ingare yur 'ic'exs .' ,my ,, . ,, 'iQgit1g'arm.,r3.' ' aj ' 1 -3-T. - ' ii 'i 'H A- rr- rr rr rr .-s V qw' ' 1 i . , ,V , .rr rr- T , nu T ,Twill , vi Y ,vc ,rr ,, ,, . . ,. . rw-w 4 Vx JP 7 n I XQX 'WU 4 . ,z 1-... ov .,n. nu. , " ?1'fF5f 7 fa 3 Jn. 1025 15th Street panama student hosted Delta Delta Delta began the year by welcoming their new housemother into their recently remodeled and redecorated house on l5th Street. The Tri Delts carried on .several international proiects this year, the most important of which was the hosting of a foreign student from Panama. They also supported a needy Italian boy and made financial provisions for an AFS student at Fairview High School. This year's schol- astic program emphasized the improvement of faculty-student relations by encouraging guest speakers who informed them on such topics as European culture and Viet Nam. HL! ' - .T an al-,:' . .A A M-'ve .1 il W I' , M, M '- ,,, , , l ' ,T J 'N I f ' L A .4 I M y i L ,.,. ' I H l 9 W ' 'i V 1 1 at i, g .X g.. j.Koha.sky D.Krystosek G.Lannorn B. Leader P Lees S Loefiler D Maggx M. Maxwell M McCarthy M McLean I Mclviorris I. Mellang N. Morrison K. Nelson N. Newhouse C. Posorske K. Pounds C. Riley M. Rirnel -1" L Owens M Pehrson S Poe W S Rugrrv A Rutherford C .Schatz ' Kf- B. C- Sparhng P. Stone Shhwt A s. sham Q . Schumacher " V W. Wellein P. Weimar S. Wilkinson A. Wilson K. Wolgasc 1. Telcom: M. Tobin Vyciral S. Watson G. .Wehdterbee L. Wallace S. Wood D. Wight . I, .ww .fir ry "P i i ww. , , lm ,L it :V My gg i .geese 11 i. Y ss, ,M i i'.i ' it JL5? -'Y' Jimi ...Nh ii, nj Q.,- ...mr .wmv .,,,, even loughter is serious- then the 'Finol choice ond the true joy of o new involvement X Rn rush week-l966 223 4 N. Ahmanu- L.,Alexander Ei Allen iM, Amen-nan K.,Anderson P. Biclcel ,Sg,iBishbp P Llflgprn ll S.'Bolas A. Drimiaed my M:QEardn N S. , E1-xgfeben' H -Laigrer 1128 Pennsylvania dg's take time to know professors Homecoming was an exciTing weekend for The DelTa Gammas, who saw Buff Crowder crowned queen and Their homecoming decoraTion, lauilT wiTh Kappa Sigs, win TirsT place. On The cold, snowy weekend of Halloween, The girls serenaded The Greek houses, presenTing each a carved pumpkin. In The Tall and spring The DG's held FaculTy Dinners, To which each girl inviTed one of her professors and goT To know him ouTside The impersonal classroom aTmosphere. The year was highlighTed in The spring by The annual DG Ice Cream Social, profiTs going Toward Their SighT ConservaTion and Aid proiecT. - ii , Y Eff f G.cambRn' hsgaimgy maimed T B.G,5,1g- D KLGrady M. Graham Di Grande M, Graves A E. Gudmlmdsen Guy . . yf D. Deere N. MacFarland Y Pfesigient I Vice-Pres. , A , W, M. Ward Mrs. Glynn I.. Clymer B. Crowder K. Kelley B. Linn M. Meiia Treqsurer Housemother N11 Pledge Trainera Rush Qhrmn. .gSo5:iul Chrmn. Stand. Chrmn. Foreign Studenp Habermsm L. Hngin K. Holdredge P. Holland I. Hughes S. Jensen C .xy 5 G ll i .L 1 lla A - 1 A I C3 ' 11, -M" ' Y A. Ioljmston B. Joys S. Keller B. Kelley N. Kinderman I.. Klesrer B. Label S. Lnyng L. Leaver M. Lenox A. Lubchenco A. MacCorkle C. MacGuire S. Mannschuclc S. Marr? M. Marshall B. Mnrfwell C. McCandless A. McElray E. Mclntosh 1 1 1 e 1 1 1 11, f.....1 11 11 111 1,.1.- 1 1 ...WH 1 1. Osterkamp J. Pnrfet A. Park K. Pate M. Pace S. Patrick P. .Patterson P. Pearson S. Peterson L. Prangley ,i .." l lzzi 3 iw ,ev 7 YS. Quade A. Randolph P. Bigglmardson S. Rittenhouse J. Robinson S. Roive J. Rornmel P. Ros Y 'f.-:- -K. Sunclt H Hlsfl. Shelton M... .. ,, . X 1, J. Spear 11. Smzxil B. Snryble Stephens F. Scewaiil M. Stewarte Sweecland ' P. Tied-:man J. Tillorson 1. Thomason B. 'Thompson C. VanDrufF XV. Waldron M. Walton B. Willianas R. Wriglwt A. Wuerthner J. Young K. Zarncr S. Zimmerman . .f--1. 1 ,i I 1 .1 ,, 3, X ...gli V 5, ...M 1 1 11 1 1 1: , - 1 l . 4 1. .- hx .1 , W.. 1 H ll M: ww: 1 1 '.f.1f.iLjl.gg.54sz .gli Y X 1 225 ,4 ,X .. J L! or 1g1.,f- .4-1" L Kraybill J. Owen M McMahon S Tousley Mrs Goodmg I. Rosebrsugh S Callisrer I Mullls C Estey B Beers Presxdenr Vice-Pres Recordzng Sec Con-as Sec Housemothcr Treasurer Pledge Tramer Rush Chrrrm Socuzl Chr-mn Panhellemc Rep I Alu-Inn M Bray S. Brixton M Brookover A Brown P Bruce D Buoy N Carlson B Chrdley K Clark S Colfer K Collins B. Cox L Crall L Crasley S Crawford C Daniels K Dick S Donohn 1. Drew D Edge K Erickson J.Everharr J Ferguson M Ferrer B Firzpamck N Fitzpatrick N Gauvrenu N Gram C Greer ,I Honnoll M Han S. Hasvgings S Haynes M Hem M Heiser S Hendrickson D Hopple I Jaggers B James I Johnson I. Jones' R. Ksgin - G. Katzelnide Q D.,Ken:ier H K. King M. Knapp r V VL. l.aForce J. Lalley K. Lammers K Lang N. Nerhaway J. Nilsen K. Norvell AS. Noumm L. Osbome 1. Owens K. Perrin Y V. Powell S. Puckett L Rajala S. Richmond M. Rolzbins Y 1. Rosen P M. Rushlau l Rygel , W KE. Sandrin l .Y , F. Savage Schroeder P. Sexcon M Sherman G. Snonlqnd I'.'Soenksen F. Sranewslci ' K. Smead l B.,Sterrm 'P. Srecler J. Szoll L. Burch N. Swnala P Templeton W1 l if ,ai A J. Terry P. Thompson C. Thurman L. Towsky Valdez S. Valls D. Vogel J. Weber J . Williamson pledges hunt for A huge scavenger hunt led Gamma Phi Beta pledges to their new pledge mothers on Pledge Mom Night. After following balloons with poems and messages in them throughout the house, each girl ended up in a room with her new "mom." The year was also spiced forthe Gamma Phi's by Dad's Weekend la trip to Central City tor an evening ot carousingl, the Red Slipper Ball lGam- ma Phi's fall formal at which everyone dons Roaring 20's outtitsl, Kappa Sig's Orphan's Party la pre-Christmas Saturday of rewarding experi- encel, and the newest addition - a Gamma Phi Luau, the spring formal. YTTOITIS 5: ' " 1. ' "1-W . z f T. "1 ,- -' wwf .1 Q Tv ri, S. Adams K. Adamson S. Adamson S. Allpurt Baiker M. Barthull .i ll 1 T F Q . if x " .1 C. Barrscherer C. Bickford D. Block A. Blount K. Bowden S. Brady R. Bray B. Brown Br Burleson. ' , ' r T. Busch T A. Carey S. Cleaver I.. Clif: V. Close J. -Clymer S. Crain as V qu, 'N '67 t7 Y"7 S Cravens C Davenporr J Dimx: G Dovey K Eldredge G Elkxn C. Ennis C. Flsch 1. Foster A. Gilbert 4.- Q:-rl E. Goff I. Graham K Haber S. Hall P. flflarnilgon R. Harmon ii it it .,, M W -rv . e H .i ' M' . i , ' . i szmr.-1 7 QT? T A Q... l 3. . 'I i, -mil'-II J . f ,. . I "f ig 1333 University Avenue ci theta first A first in the history of Kappa Alpha Theta occurred when o victorious pledge class won first place Trophies for the Sigma Chi Derby and for Sigma Chi Derby Queen. This year's pledge class also boasted o Freshman Queen finalist, Barn Dance Queen finalist, two freshman cheerleaders, and an officer of the Freshman Class Council. Thetos seem to enioy rising early. Pie-eyed Theta pledges were complimented with a 6:00 wake-up breakfast with the Chi Qmego's at the Sink. The Phi Tau's en- ioyed an early morning serenode by the Theta iug band to rally both houses for homecoming decorations. ,Zi X A. -'mqn Vice-Pres. 'S. Cla ron Presi ent ...J- C. Har: J. Hassrick . L. Kiely L. Mann S. Mapel cf - F' " ' JG fflh f .V H if, rs-- V Barrows P Palmerier Recording Sec Tfreasurer -4- 1 . " AV, J Garnier K Olson C. Izamed Rush. Chrmn Panhellemc Rep. Social Chrmn. gf 'ravi "" K. Hofman K. Holscher S. Holt L. Ijluff M. D. Imig J. Inghram V. Keller A. Kenkel M. SL Kleirsch B. Maxwell T. Mayo M. McCallum C..McDermid L. McLean -...v M. Miller A. O'Laughlin C. Olson X j , ' l Q. L ' H' sm " 7 sv " , f L- . M Us fl V ,fy f' A.-.1 . . ff: '1 ., .W K. Piiuegex K. E. Quest M. Reed 4115 i V . 3 5 N ' 1 ,NIJ ' my A 2-1 2 A " -- V F l'v:rT'z I 'af ik... 4 Q Q .f . - lvllfll, 5 E.. Pg l " , fl - V :S ll 75' "' ,U "5 17 .N , Z'. i "' S' ' ' -,. Q X .W if: . If R . I , .gr -rl x.,.- I A f-.':- 'Y X 1 A ix , N A f x , 2. h '- ' I ':':' ' A V Y ..f' ' ' f ' ' fri' 4 4. u:L.i il"fl Q L ,...,.., A CL K. LaGrange C. Lapp E. Li-iwis I. Lively S. Lohman l. Lonmmire 'ru a,w'l 1 M' H L Q. . 'N'-fglflff .,.. Sli l 1 ' 4 ii, ,I l 1 S. McMa'han ,Dnlyiiller : -.Q N . 4.3 l r 4- -. . , T 'gl 'I ' f Q "-ga D. Palmer T. Palmer A. Pattee C. Payne C. 'Perry L. Rieger -lv 'i -1, 11? S- L. Rockwood Ljgousc 'S' M. Rowland M. Scott J. Shelton C. Short S. Simms C. Sinnard T. Slack M. Smiley L. Smith N. Smith - . ' ,. - Z - g W n I ,. ...W i., .' ' , , ' . 4 ' -11-ii., 1'-' K W-:pi .A 'gp A Ti L 3 if A "-' m ' ' K. I if il 1 Um l url 'lil ' . 1 'E' Ji-75 M N V L41 , ' ' I pi' . I W N - .f' ' . ., ' Q . . r ' K. ' HL- . -- , E v. V + -' .Sl QV .A 1 i 1 i i 1 'xl sf- -H ., ' 4 I 1 K Stafford S Seem J Stung. SL Q5gqbgl H . ' ., iB. ,, 1 1.QTglg-p D. Tgsiror . . Q: if 4? ' A i' . ' if- 3 'Tw . .I N LGS? . L ai , l S rm , ,mu U -J. X. N. Tesiror M. J. Threlkeld M. L. Tielke S. Vandegrif: V. VanDyke M. A. Wagner G. Wheelock D. Wikon J. Wing6eld ' ' mil-'f 1i"i' --11' Q B. Hulrin H. Boulghron cg. Watson Hoopes Mrs. Ewing Cook L. Bashore S. Lamb C. Moe G. MacKensen President Vice- res. orres. Sec. Housemother Ple ga Trainer House Manager Pnnhellenic Rep. Scholar. Chrm. Foreign Student W S. Aggelar S. Andro J. Bailey ' B. Banks- M. Bamacle L. Belknap J. Benson D. Berry P. Blackbum H. Boersrler J. Bombergcr D. Bonestell K. Boone S. Boughron J. Boume L. Boy S. Bradshaw B. Bucknum J. Burley K. Burris C. Cain T. Coe D. Cowing J. Criswell J. Crooks C. Coykendall D. Daniels C. Davis J. Davis C. Donegan C. Dom D. Drake F. Drewry H. Dutton G. Dyer H. Easterllng M. Eckels T. Ellis M. Farhart J. Fnusr C. Ford C. Frederick C. Furman L. Genres . K. Goddard J. Grigsby P. Grose K. Harmon J. Hartley J. Heiss S. Hemmeler T. Hess J. Hickey M. Iflclloman N. Hughes L. Hunter C. Hustead T. Kaau S. Kindred J. Kinney N. Kirk M. Kiveu: C. Knies J. Kreirler S. Krill J. Lewis L. Loveland B. MacComack S. MacRae f X A j' ' ,A ,-. ' A- id J Y 1 4 -"' . I R M. Magowan M. Mailliard N. Maloley M. Marlirig C. Marr F. Marshall P. Maxson P. McCleary B. McCullough A. McGehee 'fx 335g l 134 UniversiTy Avenue kappa pickers make debut The Kappa Pickers, a newly-formed iug band, made Their debuT aT The annual Dads' Day fesTiviTies in The Tall and wenT on To per- form aT many oTher acTiviTies ThroughouT The year, including The annual ChrisTmas desserT given for The faculTy. OTher acTiviTies for Kappa Kappa Gamma were The TradiTional MonmouTh Duo parTy wiTh The Pi Phis and The senior breakfast TYl'2Kl"'D'Y., .,,,, Q rr. ie xy- i B.,Menddl1 S. Miller H Liiildrxargiafgi ' V. Moselle '5- ler KiNissen G. Olson, A. Peabody P. Nlcoiaus 1. Mvmhv N. Peck, S.,Pe:erson S. Pcs: .T G. Quick S. Quisg B. Reiland if 0415032 l I ,-S. Roetzeli. B. Ross S. Ross G. Savidgg S. Searcy D. 'Shaw b J. Shoemake C.-Sngee W L. ,Smiich M.1SpQncer, S.,5pini1Ey E. Srracy C. Scevens T. Scier P. Swenson I F. Thomason D. Thompson ' 'CL Vxckers A5'Ving:enr S.iWamon K. Watts E, Wexck D. Willson L. Wisenbaker N. Worcester M. Womley flciming mcimie, ci night to remember M. Aakhus K. Alexander T. Allen S. Ainou S. Bemey L . y i C. Binding L. Rourke K. Bowman S. Bracken: M. Bradford B. Brown Z i C. Bums M. Bums S. Campeau C. Chandler C. Collup M. Cooper This fall's pledge class for The Pi Phi's in- cluded a Freshman Queen finalisf, Pi Kap Barn Dance finalisi, and Freshman Class secreiary. Sororify sisTer, Kay Kauzlarich, was honored as Miss CU for 1966. "Flaming Mamie," The TradiTional Pi Phi cosTume parTy, was held in The spring. The seminar program and The "FaculTy Sing" kepT The Pi Phi's academically acclimaied. Swiss charm and culiure was added To The house by Their foreign exchange sTudenT. Q6 v 01,0 9 ,,..,-g'.,f. PN l :lf Q 890 l lTh STree'l J. Crandall M. Czandell A. Cruchley S. Davies N. Davis C. Dawson l L I X in C. Deiremeyer K. Deiremeyer D. Dewell K. Doe S. Dorward N. Draper 'W' P' ' '- 'T 1 -. f ' L' 1 . T. , 1 V. fm X I' . .A ' A V! f Q i ' ' ' Y I, ,z .L A Lf. V egg ' 1 g C. Fisher C. Firzpazriclc R. Freeman P. Frizzell P. Garvey D. Ginn T. R. Goucxere J. Gxeenamyer B. Gregg L. Greslin- J. Haberl H. Hafleigh C. Hanes J. Harvey S. Healy M Iglflolsclfnlh ru T' 'C.6ljloillon G.Hunr 232 N. Mares f X. ll lTi'f g.iif .Ai . CJlW5fi - e -N. "1!5 i.gEs4E!Fe.. W. QF . l 3' - l 'e f '1 , I-V: -7 ' er - . ,l H " I' . N -Q. - 'f .' .'- , '. ' " is , Y V4 4' ip J "" 'J' wk, -IJ' ell. 3 QV.- 4 -' - 1 H U E i A ff . S 1 . 5. 1 5 1 , 4J : . Q - X ,:. ev ,- W K. Jurgens D. Mecksrrogh H. Nelsoni. , A. Mundy 5.1. Mrs. B-font MV , B. Ban: S. George D. Atchison ,,Lig, ,V R. Gumy N Vice-Pres. ,RecordingiSec. 1 Treasurer "" ' N House Mgr.j'l."' ' 'Housemorherzjfg Pledge Trainerlg Pledge Traineggf. i'Social.Ch17mn- Student' President' ii' A 5 F. Jensen M. Johnson S. Johnson C. jones S. Jones J. Kay I.. Kelly D. Kifer N. Knowlton P. Krause J. Lutchxrran C. Lemon 'Q U. 4 4 M. Milligan J. Moerlin C. Peterson P. Phillips ,A A. fl 4 S. Schodcle L. Schutt S. Levine If .-.. S. Moore c ihy YriLf'1r?? 'i ., i Q :I v If 'l 9 M. Pritchard I , I 1 . 'H ' . 4... Ft" ' '-":-.. J. Shellaburjer ,. B. Lewis 'v , 5 r ""' . ' r 'fi '. -' wk-. l 1 9, ,, My L , ,. ' , sl, . i . . , ., . . , . HQ i'J M. o' - 2 VH H . " . if ': ' lr - . .. ,53.3"' i H -f' " ' .. : - . -3.-..1 , :V H " . .-.awgi.., . V - . , . iq Q - vf 4, " . :ff ' ' - M. Logan S. Long, C. Lujan Marshall C. McCain B. Morgan T. Nelson , . .5 f ' if .n r ea.. e.L4,4f- if' PM I 'fff IK. Ray C. Reeves ' . ' "3-. g"l7r,- ,il ' -3 'hi-'1 ' ' .ig so X , I V 1. Shewmarker S. Shreve S. Newman J. Nitschke L. Moen M. Noren R. Osmer af VY Z.. f . ,::,Ab: 1 . 7 1 f x , Y as 1. Y 3 ' w ' ' h -A ei C. Reinhard L. Roshek ' L. Saltmnrsh M. Scacucrchio Q Scaruorchio -' A l r f ' R 3 I U' I sl X J. Six Speziale S. Srahlhuth S. Turner M. Walker N. Welch B. Wdliams, S. Wilson N. Waltz A. Wrlgh: i .r,. . 72,21 in .353 5 . l -, ,fi ' 1 .T 'fi J -.-5 ',. v I-. Q f ix 6' . fr , I I , x lx . I i. ' X: gl .Qs ffigif E 'I i til jfzrr' J 3 , ' 234 i',',l ' T ". V ' ff . ,fl 888 13th Street decorotions First plcice goes to sdt A Spaghetti Supper, with part of the prot- its going to philanthropics, was one of Sigma Delta Tau's newest activities. This year SDT also sponsored a Faculty Dinner to promote better relations with the faculty. The Sig Delt's worked this year to expand their program. Much time was spent in planning unifying social activities such as exchange dinners, a weekend mountain retreat in Estes Park, and a Pledge Formal in Denver. Their intensive planning and activity was rewarded at Homecoming when they won first place in the Silver Division on the decorations they built with the Chi Psi's. S. Abelspn K: Barleni L. Bell T M. Benneggifs i .E.'BtmsreiiZfg-2 Y M:Blitt Cfliloum L T 'A i , l . , 1 , , Y , Y N . , I M. Cohen P. Cohen A. Coleman K. Cook R. Davis N. Eliilich I.. Ellis ' f ,Q ggi., .- ,: f pf ,l ur Avi. - ' 7 fjg . V, tj 1 1 tau - M -.K i fi X mf' I , . .- --sw: t, nf li ', ftfl f ' Q1 M' I 11 ' Y . ir' F. Benowirz A. Melmed S. Davidson V E. Bunk Mrs. Slaybaugh D. Klein R. Friedman C. Schwartz 1. Nogg President lst VicefPres. Zncl Vice-Pres. Secretary Hausemother Treasurer House Manager Parliamen. Panhel. Rep. ,'-A 'T n , D ' -1 , .. KKL"' , , ,. iv H -. 1 , 'Q x ,Q -' 4- . I I l I Q B.E93mn D.,Emeaon B.FIax' . cmxealohw J. Friedman M P. Gerber s.Gmhm S.Gibsen I.Glaser S. Glassman M. Golan L. Goldflne J. Guvert: P. Holford A. Hottheimer 5. Isaacson M. Iustman S. Kerstein 1. Kublin T. Ladmer, K. Londner J. Leavitt D. Levy L. Liglxtbum N. Mandel " I. Mltowetz L. Missim R. Olsen M. Osbome S C. Phelps Plattner " E. Sacl-ner' E. Snchter QLLVVLLVNN W' J. Sachter M. Sclmeiderrnan E. Shafner C. Sunshine R. Sweamgin E. Sweet I. Tureen S. Varon S. Wikler C. Zellgson 235 zeta tau alpha entertains greek presidents at GUt.U ITI I1 'KSCI PCI rty Zeta Tau Alpha kept its members on the go almost every week this year. School started with an active Rush Week, followed by a tea for the new housemother, Mrs. Roth, to which the presidents from all the Greek houses came. Retreat at Aspen Lodge in the mountains came early in October, and the girls enjoyed the good food, fun, and discussions. The next weekend brought the Sigma Chi Derby where the Zeta pledges won first and third places in two contests. Other fall activities were a hayride, Dadfs Weekend with a brunch at the Lamp Post and the Air Force football game, a pledge formal at the Denver Athletic Club, and two Christmas parties. Activities in the spring included a ski weekend and the annual White Violet Formal. 12th .1 i in JE' Him l l O7 Street Mgr ITA ri Finol prepcircnions for o rush porfy Q fin ' , , X j i l I ,. J. Buckley K. Brbbsz K. Paiilscfn Mrs. Row President Vice-Pres. Secretary ' Housemnthzr L. Coleman P. Grilley' C. Hardwick E. Jacobs J. Kivir M..McCouex R. Mcliliuy n N. Michael D. Morrison , .K. Mugge P. Owens M. Schmitz M. 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'E-, ,Q ' ,ly -1 1 Q Q ' 4 Q, Q, V' P1,:f..'- --If , ' -, 1' Q 5 5.1 : , L J Y- f' , , ii 6. il, 3 ,j -31 ' , ' V Ni If f i 'Y I Y ' 1 W fff Q ' I 45 " 1. L . , J' r QjF,sS': .ni 3: fp! .' .f' , x f f . . - A ff -5 A 1 :g:f.'f1Ejg rv if 4 ,Q I I:-:f,r,:' mi w,- ' ' I W' . a, .A .J u - P f i ' if 'fi . ",g, ' Y 1 , : 1 .4 . " , ui' ' lg .MA ,ff fi . 3.1 ,,.,,,,g.J .1 J D . hs, - I . K fi ' i"1'f'f5?iE' K W I 3.5-, 'Z-Q1 .,:1, M, - ..- -. iii -- Slikinoldu l smefger .D.BroQari g U It S n.cm5-1 1 p.cAxfTi 1 'B.EllJson The Acacia-Gamma Phi decoraTions go up. broaden outlook of acacia men In supporT of Their philosophy of develop- ing The well-rounded man, Acacia iniTiaTed a guesT speaker program This year. GuesTs included some of The mosT eminenT mem- bers of The TaculTy, adminisTraTion, and communiTy. The Top professors in each of CU's schools were inviTed in order To give sTudenTs noT in Those fields a broader ouT- look. The year also saw a new social evenT, The naTionally-TradiTional "NiTe on The Nile," added To The social calendar. The Acacia house was Transformed inTo a grand pyra- mid, and Acacias wore Togas. The girls, who came To The parTy as slaves, enTered The house by climbing The pyramid. They were aucTioned off, and The money was 4 given To The girls' sororiTies. Acacia guesT speakers highlighTed The year. M- R., , , 1 . ,, U ,sg 1 ' in 1 ,, - i if- , ei ? . " . A X R. Bowie B. Kress President Vice-Pres. 'FF' ' -as Avi -' x. --1' .1 - ' . f'? t 1 4? IJ' 'I' .-""" ,pr-"' 955 Brocldwoy. QFi'ifi!QE..i V .55L:3pj,,, lgigfijg .E C' ' "f?'Ef2'.Qfl ' jj? 3: ., A L K iE'i'521'v -.x .f U ' i ' ij: -, ' . .-.L iisisi. A N.-,P-r . gi Mi xii ,, .- 1 K-' ,isaaiiiii ' 'i' 'Z i L11 - 'Qi , "if: -i f 'ib- yizazm M wr had i - . -. - Lu 5-I M y N Qifigl md gg! Gil if -. 'H i ,HK aj Q I - t ,- . 1 N , . , V it A 1 L A ' f I. Persichiette Diggs Mrs. G. Smith M. Sullivan J. Essmzm D. Bender B. Bremer Secretan' reasurer Housemother House Mgr. Social Chrmn. Schol. Crmn. IFC Rep. , as . 1 j. Kent G. Kloherdany H B. Magill M. Masters D. MCCll'fffBY S. Mincer R. Nall J. Nichol D. Dlson R. Parmentir S. Scott ' P. Swan F. Seydel D. Smiley R. Smith D. Soreide 1. Turcheck R. Wallace H S 1 Alpha Kappa Lambda-Delta Gamma orphan party. In February, only 15 months after its founding, Alpha Kappa Lambda became the first fraternity in l4 years to be established and recognized at the University of Color- ado. This fall, while still a colony, AKL carried on a suc- cessful formal rush program and bought its house. The plans of AKL, "to make the worthwhile Greek ideals and goals meaningful to its members through a well-bal- anced, diversified program of activities," are aimed toward' providing that the fraternity system cannot only exist but can evolve to become an important part in the growth of the University. I 105 1 Ifh Street lcambdcu Alpha Kappa Lambda becomes nafion- ally recognized af chartering ceremonies on February l l. P. Kilroy K.lKuwaba1a R. Lamugc R. Lebsack K. Lesser L. Lucas V S. Mascitelli M. McCulloch P. McGraw C. Miller D. Morris Sgffart LS. Reid ' M. Ringepberg D. Stlbigr r 2 'j. Spetling 1 R. Stone D.lSwanson 1: H rims. 'll li 1- ,A M. D. Thompson R. Thornby P. Van Arsdale R. Wood S. Whitney R. Wunsch alpha tau omega is in with the in-crowd 909 l4Th STreeT The pyschedelic culTure which swepT The naTion's colleges and universi- Ties This fall found an evening's lodging aT The Alpha Tau Omega house on iTs way easT. Primarily a Berkeleyian innovaTion, psychedelic Thrills include weird bands, sTrobe lighTs, closed-circuiT Television, and flashing lighTs, noT To menTion ec- cenTric cosTumes, all in an efforT To "leT yourself go." Lamp shades, gas masks, T-shirTs, and mini skirfs adorned parTy goers aT ATO as This successful evenT eTernalized The easfern Psychedelic movernenT and iTs brief one-nighT sTand aT Alpha Tau Omega. MemorialiTy was achieved, however, for an ATO and his daTe found Their picTure in na- Tionally-read Newsweek Magazine as an example of The "psychedel- ical in-crowd." A. Olson R. Porreco M. Clark V . A. Kizzor M. Doyle Presidenz Vice-Pres, Secretary Ruth Chairman Social Chrmn. P. Albert M. Baines W. Bantam D. Bacher B. Boarwright D. Brachvvay W. Bredesen D. Brush B. Buell C. Buffingron S. Butler B. Climims C.5CooiSQ J. Cumming W. Dahl Debeaulalen P. Delong J. Dix .Wiz 'W TN., 'L L ATO Psychedelic Parry. M f rr , ijpwvmm'-',QH ww mv Lf 'H,WM.u'ifi3g U " n X M ww,,11g3g4:"He!5 H. 'TM rr r r H X' - 5 'S 'QV .fa-:.,.g X H r. fi -' ,r . r, , W .. Q. .M .v,-- -, .- A I-nf .. fx x rs' ,, A 1 " ' ' V J. Easley R. Evans C. Faiiyer ' R. Felix A. Flitemeyer B. Flygare J. Franks R. Fuld . . . Y . , , Y. - ,,.Y. , ,.. -...-.,. ,. ..-.. ..... ... .-........-n.. B. McMahon E. MrnMillan T. Melton S. Moore C. Muller L. Nelkon R. Nelson N.'OIstgn B. Opdykc S. Pearson J. Phifer M. Phillips X 1 H A. Porter ' . 'S. Porter Bqfowell J. Prudhgrrgme H M ,.. 2... , we . M ,H Wir -fl H" mx-'W V B. Tofre E. Tuft B. Waggener C. Waggener D. Wagner D. Wise P. Wise M. Yates i I Q rm' '- 1 - ,,,. "shi 1, fi 4-"4 V3- 1 'fag N. xt, ju N h .5759 fm .U - -. sn' .nf E j j ' V T -5: I Q' f I A WW- " ' "I A if ' 5 Amwjs L 4,1 by yr., I Ui.. N-. 'su' U! , 1- i5f""i1f1fvaa-f sv' I Q' I i. N ' -an J... ' n f I' QiA-T as-ng' - .Y 4' V ' Vfmfcrrlf f -. if 1 ' 5 r'. V 1"-l ., A ' E-Q' ' .-' 'L L 1 xx 14 1 .P . 'E 993 -'f 'V 453,44 - ,fs ' 7-Q-fl ,S ,nxt ', 'sa ' E 4 ' - ..i ll! .f . x Y f , N' Y' ' 1 .Hoff 81 0 2OTh Sfreef betas begin peace corps to mexico The BeTa Peace Corps To Mexico was esfablished lasT spring when The BeTas decided To collecT cloThes, food, and implemenTs from The Boulder area and disTribuTed Them in Mexico. Six men were chosen by loT To Take The maTerials personally To The people of Acapulco. BeTa TheTa Pi also iniTiaTed-a new scholarship pro- gram This year, including a scholarship fund, pri- vaTe TuToring, and well-enforced quiet hours. IT reTained iTs TradiTions wiTh parfies such as Arabian NighTs and Honeymoon HoTeI, and wiTh The annual spring Tug-of-war wiTh The Chi Psi's aT Boulder Creek. 4 chi psi installs new study rooms and keeps olive old traditions To promote academic excellence, Chi Psi this year installed twenty individually lighted study booths in a room adjoining its panelled library. This new study room is carpeted, equipped with new captain's chairs, and unique among the fraternities. Care is being taken to keep both it and the library available as quiet areas on week nights. Chi Psi also strives for athletic excellence. First place victories in such intramural sports as swimming and water polo, and second place in football and track have netted for Chi Psi for two straight years the Silver League Intramural Trophy, awarded to that fraternity with the most outstanding overall performance in intra- murals. Chi Psi takes pride in the novelty of its social activities. The Chi Psi Bar Room Brawl and its western theme are a Greek tradition at CU. But Chi Psi's finest social event each year is its Black Tie Formal - the only formal held on the University campus. nual Chi Psi Bar Room Brawl. 1080 I-4th Sfreef Rush Week of The I .25 undefeated all-school champions Winning all-school football and taking first and second in Gold League wrestling and swimming respectively, Delta Tau Delta led the field in competition for first place in all-school intramurals at the end of the fall semester. The Delts obtained an outstanding pledge class of 35 men during formal rush and rounded out the year with the Theta-Delt Swimming Pool Function, the Champagne Party, and the Toga Party. Hell's Angels Party. 'WLT E :jj U 3? t ,Q 3154, 'FP if , 5 fa 251 9 4 J 5 . IL. Kegser S. Miles Mrs. Small R. Boharr R. Mckiahsn V. Reinking resi ent Vice-Pres. Housemother Treasurer Pledge Trainer Rush Chairman fi ,, H.. . ...An ' 'Jil' ' .Y assi" T. Brown B. Budge C. Carr J. Conner S. Cross C. Cummings ' A P E .Z 5 ' - ,, X. ,Sl 1- ' 'f , z'-' ' 5 ..':, ,A - -lf A f , .- - A ,I M . ,:, .-.. -.-.:.::. 1 . , v,,-- ,. a.1t:::E,,ff. , f .--.-.' . '." . " M r ' ' 1 . l r r H i lll , X W I- V lx' ' . K. Dobrovolny E. Dunne J. Finnell J. Gallagher C. Gardner I S. Geyer nv G. Geesey Y J. Hall T . Hausman Hilton M. Hophen D. Humphries, R. Jonps B. .Kacch J. Kiharris D. Kinkade J. Kinkade W. Klirie R. Klipp D. Larig L. Lavery G. Lilly' L. Loveioy, n R. Marsh R. Maxriri 74 G. McClure' R.'Melin 4 W ,, Q iii 3 V U f .X H' .2 WM . V, .M , , ,W L M ig V M if lOl 2 University Avenue tahiticm terror adds romance to du's year Delta Upsilon can look back on the past year with strong mem- ories ot accomplishments and good times rarely equalled in DU history on this campus. Songtest victories and a high degree ot participation by DU's in campus political activities typified a general attitude present in the house. Intramurals were a strong point, with fraternity league victories in basketball and football and an All-School Championship in wrestling. The DU Darlings, made up of some ot the top coeds on campus, proved to be hard f workers and great morale boosters during the year. High point ot the year's social calendar was the tall Tahitian Terror Party. Held in an environment of palms and flower- covered pools, the Terror provided a welcome break from the pressure ot classes and studies. M. Redman. , fI'. Reed T. Reed H. Ross R. Ruppe B. Sampson N C4 Saoler L. Schneider 1. Schwani W. Stampfi S: Steven M. Smader T. S1.lddli!h J.-Truxwell ' C. Ulrich. ' Mg Vandenbctg B. Vaiughani J. Wahlberg I iT. Walker G. Wallace F. Wenrrop ii, ' ' if it it iii WE Mimi ,ii ,..-,g,,, ,, -Y ,V .az nga? moat party mc: Kes D. Childress D. Asper , Mrs. WHlisms J. Hexheringron J. O le n t p G g e n President Vice-Pres. Hausemother Treasurer Pledge 'lgrainer G. Abell R. Ausrermann C. Avery ll B. Benware R. Boney T. Brosh D. Broun Cmducci P. Carleron.. - V. Carlin Kappa Sigma sTarTed The year by gerring inTo The news wiTh picTures of Their moaT parTy wiTh The DG's on The TronT page of The Daily. This friendly rivalry was soon seTTled, and The Two houses combined eTTorTs To win The Harry Carlson Grand Prize Tor Their homecoming decoraTion. Kappa Sigs celebraTed The evenT wiTh a Toga parTy ThaT did iusTice To The ancienT Romans. D. Carnes S. 'Carpenrer K Clark 'mr B. Dyer H. T, Edell Hi. , T. Fi0Ca I. Francis M. Gaines J. Hail su. D. Haney M. Harrison S. Hume 9 3 fl P l u A . C. Javemick D. Jones D. Kelrowfg G. Kem I, 1 Q, , if, J L Y ' ll? 2 :V-2' fl c c K. Konieczny T. Knight L. Kreidler B. Lampert R. Lawson ChrisTmas spiriT abounded ThroughouT The house during The orphan's ChrisTmas parTy wiTh The Gamma Phi's culminafing ThaT evening wiTh The TradiTional ChrisTmas parTy. Aside from a sTrong social life ThaT included a spring formal aT EsTes Park and ended wiTh The TradiTional WesTern ParTy, compleTe wiTh horses, The Kappa Sigs also kepT Their scholasTic level up and showed sTrong parTicipaTion in Gold League inTra- murals. X ...in , F , ,,.., - ,.,... . 1 .ir ' -' ui .- ,- A-.MH W-ww , f ...S . 72 1100 Pennsylvania Avenue 'Sv - I .,,. ,f , , J' ' i' B. Lindgreri J.I.ockrem,, , B. MqCoy B. Mcllroy J. McLaughlin B. Mclviills Yiviillgr B. Morgan C. Nims J. Pahl B. Penny T. Pinney B. Reich F. Rossiref B. Ruston B. Schlutter 1. Shinn R. Shanks B. Shonkwiler 'H. Turner B. Wade ' D Smith J. When: G Smith i fa i , B. Wiism ,- Tucker 195. D Scepanovich C Srour G Stringer , , al .E :YF 2 gl 13,71 ,M F In i 1 .. , 2 ' . , f'V . , 4. ,, 1 ,ur ..n4 . ' nnn Q.f ., ..... A X R.xWixsom G. Wright Yezzbacher A. York!! i V' L. Zapp newest fraternity on boulder campus is kappa alpha psi The newesT fraTerniTy on The Boulder campus was charTered The BeTa TheTa ChapTer of Kappa Alpha Psi during The fall semesTer. The official admis- sion of Kappa Alpha Psi and The awarding of The charfer were greeTed by praise from Vice PresidenT of STudenT Affairs Glen BarneTT, who spoke aT The celebraTion banqueT. Since Kappa Alpha Psi does noT yeT have a per- manenT fraTerniTy house, fraTerniTy members used Their aparTmenTs for social gaTherings This year. The men are currenTly debaiing over Two locaTions near The campus and anTicipaTe having Their own house by nexT fall. Q:-. z-QTQYEZ Hn rqglnhga,-,fence-2 H .J in F"-.,, ,A, r' . H vu I 'w-w H pp: fxwvwp 'w M 2,55 xnmmm V -3 - W.. Wi-,,,f., .M H :Q m H 'w"'m"'u ,, W ix 'Is W Hwi. l N ,g ,. V.:.mnw2"li"""" 1 W N "E H.: .. 914 13111 Street 'HL Allen R. Alleg 1,5gfum .:fa f QQ. V ' ' " M M up - 'T ,, I ' 0N??ikf!f C- Eda.rr-as mzdenr Q ' Uv -, -I ,, 4' , 'L -,,, -' i , QD! .51 '1 vr2. IQ6xeL S.'R'eecl ,- ,., .: .R.i1v.h9aes Cswvis F. Garewdgii i 1 1 . T-'Riggi' R. WiHiam: IN u .l , V . H I P- if X -Q X u 4 '-U 1 ff"'o 0'1- lombdo chi's enjoy wotching girls compete 5 l Dliqhnsonr- Mm. lK?SGIsIss9n T. R.YQbre,rri President Hbizsmot er 'l' SeQTE2g'fSWi ii T Q me ,LKEITQV I.Lusk P.Moore L K.vRudd Diilamard Pledgeffminer House Miiiuageri Rush Chairman SociulChai1man IFC jr, . ss -W ' ' "T " ' ' T N f ,M - The men of Lambda Chi Alpha like To see The sororiTies on campus compeTe. Each year Lambda Chi sponsors The RaTT Race and CrescenT Queen ConTesT Tor This reason. The RaTT Race is held during Greek Week aT Boulder Reservoir, and all T5 sororiTies enTer raTTs in compeTiTion for The bouqueT of roses and Trophy. A Lambda Chi rides wiTh each girl, and aTTer The race all enioy a band, reTreshmenTs, and swimming. The CrescenT Queen ConTesT is held in The spring. A girl Trorn each sororiTy is enTered in a compeTi- lion of beauTy, personaliTy, and poise. The queen is crowned wiTh her courT aT The WhiTe Rose Formal in May. All The candidaTes are iniTiaTed info The SocieTy of CrescenTs and begin Their work of public relaTions, rushing, and hosTessing. T K Ugg T ? 5, A, M..BraUkmBn Calhoun G. Caswell I. Coil. R. De Buse V-W -seal .. A T16 Gfgbink . F. Gluck D. Hiemfqn P.1:Ieyd R.. Hinton 1 Z A cfs, . 25: T.: Vi ' .Q 1 L s i" Tis T4 ' strc. W- Y f' ' "V ,TTTN QR H :.... . M u .- .,.,i L lv , 'H in L A . T, "Fl'Hobbii'is. V RTT-Tfsxrisigrv .o.-xgmhansm' Rxgffuegi Mgjerselx 'W MW iii 4 il eggs: iii QE , ::: T, I ' 'T' Urllim Tl? ..-v.-,--------A , - H Y 5 , . , , , Ta kwa' f '!Q,.g,Ng:.,g ' , - " I , 5 ,Q r A-V' ' , , 'T .- w , .'l .U f , , , U . ,ic 531-Q A , 'T ,T is-.I-'io i Q TJ V ' , '-, fx' - 4 4 X 'r f W! I if ' 4 1 ,X gf 1506 Broodwoy 1966 Crescent Queen Sorci Shreve. ... .X,U , will r i f . . V5 af,-1 ,N .. fm , ' W' ,J l lsr' 4 V 2. A , , ,:,e , , 1 '56 f 'V 1 N i ,iz i R R Q rf' l i I B. Lampcrr S. Lavallee R. Lee "I VM. Letkeman D.lMfA11i5iEfl D. McCarry G. Moore N N Meng: R. Murphy D. Myers I 1.1 ca- 3 ,,,.,--.1i . , ' D. Niman 5. Parker R. Roderick J. Sanko J. Schafer 1. Seydel D. Smith A. Stevenson D. Srix R. Strauss ,. we 'VAL-1 E 'A' '- ' is V? N . 176 b , J. Stryker . R. Smut: G. Thomas K. Vlebsrer W. Wells J. Williams T. Wise M. Wolf R. Wood P. Yfibcrri .v"iQ'f??f, ,.." B? H N H -1 l' V 'W' i MMM H 'jrgfigiyfwi ii rx H 111 -. , me W... , , , . L M gx 259 the hectic dciy when cull is uncertclin and yet required is the fincll commitment ii I r X if if 'C 5' ,iq Q 7271 W we: r, 4, 2- FT 'BW' if' W RM! MN, I. w f . .4 g,-114 n X, gags: A. 'A Qs sxd A ms.. 4' ' . MQ .Q- Q J M44 V- ,, , 'K Q l ' , ,-'. '. lg? ' Qi 1- 1' Q-- 'm ' f f ' f ' .4 rf' I' 1: bg?-" x' M- I ., ,- ,-' if ww-, 1,31 vf , ' -ff ' L' ' X:,'J?Q,! 'I , 45" X135 5, ff ' " ' ' -'-m Y' 1 1' N ,J igg, N ,. 1, 1 - ,. V1 L 'f15'5, J ' LFS- 4i-:- -- 4 jffgf, , all , " rg. :ff-f'i5vVisiFL n.,,. ,5gqMW -QA?" 'Q 'J' 1 -:PA B J, PK sg if "'f--4. .1 u .if -Y - 1' w , .lx 45 f , , .W . I M., . . 53,4555 41,-X ' 'QR-7 Q' .mirfiff M, - my ., , , 2 1 2 .Af sis.. , ,-1 'Pri 11. 1 H., w.. ,Q ' ' - gifilflfzh u ' ggi, H-g.','- P tml" "N . ,Y A: 'if 1. 62212 - - Q.. , ,. W ,Eggs .5 -afilff .HA :Z 5: , . .. ff 4 H-1,a"1" -I' .'a-f-ha?"-,N--I' Wx-K' f' ., 'Apr rf., , 'nX!R'7. F, .1-T " . .J.L 1, 4- ' U x Sf- zz... v- Q 9.3 f- ' -f:'1."' fm , f-15 l M, was 1 3,117 ' VE - - -ww-. . 0' X I .v-pl Ltkxb-3:1.1.-',. 1 r 1111 College Avenue - Y T --is-' T TT T wr 1. Bmw- Bauers liiflggrsssenar Riiigenuger G.3Bezn RT-. Bxiinkerhbff ' G. Brmqn Illiiowng T. Bymes D. Curtis 'bowxiirlg T ' F-. Engles 5i.QFSirar' R.YGtiHi:h ,iziliaggbpdn in V' T.H1ixid Y: f."HBXh5eh L Pi: Hawk fe- R f - M52 T 'Zi Z w H, , 'H , gg TT mm W e er TTT ffgggfgg :Y rr I g- T -' T- W "" T wsu T' W ,, TT TT 4 .TT TT, T rr Trmre M ,, , wires TT TTT 552 " 5 - :M - J Y c- phi delt house transformed to ogeless forest Phi DeITs escoped inTo woodlond oT The end of OcTober, during The Woodchopper's Boll. The doy sow The Trc1nsTormoTion of The house inTo on oge- less foresT, dnd The gold evenTs of The nighT were climoxed by The Hog BoTTle. This yeor's pledge progrom Tec1Tured The Phi DeIT- Kdppo Koppel Gommo reTrec1T-escope. WiTh re- vived spiriT, The pledges engaged in group discussions ond hedrd Two speclkers from The UniversiTy. f . if xy l ,H-T' I HP- Q. q -Um' 11. 44 QUE' 42. H F Q ... fm. , v A V 'Lf,'.'H-AH HHH H .."':':E1l': T 1,4 , " if L - x " 1-gg. '- w -H - 5 .-4: 5 ' -- H ..f se J H 1 f, L' H Q .H . .HH '-.:H.- ' H H . A H' . .. H . . . L P. Ward H ll ll G ..H.x.l., -HH ll MH? H...HHH N : .L,,,,, N, W H ' " .QE A H ...aww -.MQW B. Bret: I. Hurchens A. Lindquist Mrs. Kauffman P. Rasmussen M. Timon President Vice-P1es. Rush Chrmn. Housemothcr Treasurer Hbuse Manager Fm I..L.+.H H E. Hvoslef T. Hurlburr L. I-lllwtlxinson " H HHH M. Kem P. Kettler D. King ' , 3 '-:J HTL. 1- X ji 4- E H 1 K M. Mcliauglllin P. Metzger K. Morgan C.HScon D. Stark T. Toomey D. Townsend any H -we . 5 :E HH H MH' ,A 1 HSI- . ' H, H 'HHg4e2i.qf H H H ..... l ww ' MW E 'RQ .f'3z5:9H - 5 lf HH... H... H H. Hifi, H H 1HHLg!.7HH,,? H 5" FS1g.fl" Q 'FE ' H l' HH H n HH ,, VH .. une. ,, Q ,HH -X vm' HH 1 Q ,H gw H H2 . lx - 4 1 :S ll lfpfjlnfg .- T fb H V ,. f- S Q Q '55 ' g l 'H ,HH l lk H L.. i J. Jacobson A. jacques Z5 D. Kelly N. Knowlton R. Leo' S: Lindsey E. Mueller M. Rebich I. Ripmaszer H, "Wi Qkezters, H, R!.!HSpZigl5l Z 1. Vance H l -I ll H HH WH 'WNW-HHH H HHHHHH I H W. 'Yelues ,H HH I ew an . " ' Fl E F . I D. Veron QF. Vlalkcr . E sim... .H HH .HHH 2. WH.. N iii if ix HH H 1 ' 'IF' H c. Young Swim. 'Wg as ,,,j EEE H ef? .H ... . . 263 sw:--Q: gs.: I Gam Barn Dance. Fiji house completely renovated The Phi Gamma DelTa house has been a familiar landscape aT The UniversiTy oT Colorado for 52 years. This fall, however, The Phi Gamas reTurned To a Transformed home, which had been compleTely reno- vaTed during The summer. AT The end of The Tall semesTer, The Fiii's were in TirsT place of The Gold League in ToTal inTramural poinTs. Thus, They aimed mosT of Their aTTenTion Toward aTTaining an effeciive scholarship sysTem. The Gams began The year by recreaTing The Wild WesT Tor Their annual Barn Dance and rounded ouT Their social schedule wiTh such evenTs as The Toga ParTy, The Pajama ParTy, The Hell's Angel's ParTy, The Fiji Purple GarTer Ball, and The TradiTional "Fiji Islander." -nf., V - Jr-Z' ' . nt.. -f .ff4ww::a- 1 , 61? ' M,- .UIQ 1-ig? W. Reid P. Rcbmson R. Rouse ,.. S.Sidwell 3,1 :S,Smi'rh Lf C. Spmmgr: H H , , , , , 'W"'w"' H E m m ww--'ww -W f AJ.. , G. Smne R. Taylor R. Thoniais 'YI-' 1029 Brocldwoy D. Tippic G. Tippin 1 i- , D. -'Tyson D. Watson J. Wliistlex C. Wilson "There is no Islander." wwa .u,.. EW wi ' 'ii will V ' E ffl' , 9 , . .LL LD. . ,l Q K. Shnleen W. DeCosra M. Mitchell Mrs. L. Srallins D. Hickcox D. Smith J. Bronson A. Kreizenbeck Presidenz Vice-Pres. Recording Sec, Housemazher Corr. Sec. Treasurer House Manager Historian 12. s ' l T. Anymovich M. Becker I. Bell E. Bingham D. Bowdey D. Brenkerc R. Broughton H. Brown T. Brunn C. Creech D. Davis T. Davison W. Everett G. Gleason J. Higby A. Hobbs R. Homerick R. Hudson L. Imada J. Kidd H. Kidder 'III M. Kincaid P. Kingsbury J. Larson V' G 1. Link J. Lim R. Lundy D. McCarty J. Miles M. Milo: J. Mundingcr J. Nielsen .555-vs 'ls'-and 1, -........-L-1 . remember 'Fly breath. ten nessee The year sTarTed off well for Phi Kappa Psi when They gained The fifTh largesf pledge class on campus. This was The firsT pledge class To benefiT from changes insTiTuTed This year in The pledge, scholarship, and- iniTiaTion week programs. Phi Psi social life feafured a shipwreck parTy wiTh sand and bamboo huTs, a funcTion with The Phi Psi pledges from Kansas and Nebraska, and The annual perennial favoriTe, The MounTain Dew. The MounTain Dew was The lasT big blasT before spring break. For a nighT, The house became Fly Breafh, Tennessee, wiTh The recreaTion room filled wiTh hay and a sTill in The bar room dispens- ing ThaT old mounTain favorife, whiTe lighTning. A few live chickens, a loud band, and loTs of Phi Psi's and daTes made The parTy compleTe, and for a long Time To come, broThers will be saying "Remember aT The MounTain Dew when SmiTTy .... " mln 1131 UnlversiTy Avenue g L. 'Posner G. Schlack f 4 ' H J. Simon R. Van Nostrand D. Weister ' D. Yirbn TYg FYg 'il' ,Pic police heralded for viking party NeiTher police nor snow could keep The Phi Taus from having Their annual Viking ParTy. The Taus picked up Their daTes Tor The parTy on horseback in The TracliTional Viking manner. BuT, since 70 horses and 70 inepT horsemen were noT a usual scene on Boulder sTreeTs, police were heraloleolg cars were halTedp and "Camera" reporTers were on hand To caTch all The acTion. WiTh This dramaTic beginning, Phi Kappa Tau con- Tinued The year by working on homecoming dec- oraTions wiTh Kappa Alpha TheTa. Even Though naTure saw TiT To blow down The masTerpiece, The Phi Taus and TheTas managed To gain some valu- able experience. fr' 44 ,... - ' .2 . J YE: e 45 N I 'f , . . A lf - P ' 1' . I i n 5 rg: V 54' 5 X K B Peters R. Maul L, DeLong B. Kiely Mrs. Walton B Fisher D Reicbman D Stevens J Flock President Vice-Pres. Secretary Treasurer Housemoaher ,House Manager Pledge Trainer Co Rush Chrmn Co Rush Chrmn B Babb R. Beard C. Beckman J. Blinn J. Blue ' ,I Boston S Bray J Burton I. Bumerr R Butler B. Campbell C. Carlson S. Clark B. Clingan K. Concagh I DeLand S Dunn G Ficltlm far . li r- - .--Q i i,1 ' , . n r "' V, , -T .' I . l 1 N A li 5 . P E- l V 1 l V 1 , Q V. A x ..,.,.,,, F 5 l T, I ' it :,... B Fisher B. Foder J. Geignr Cross' S. Hammill A. Horrowu B Iam-ian K Kelly D Kmdnr 14 l -,E -Y. 1150 College Avenue ' - fy - ' 'f W: . I.: ., 1 Y. . 3 n 1 'Q w 5 l Q 1' 'w iv sf' . " v X J, ,, ,, l "" A l ll" jb'Kurfzmam l AVVV 1. Lapirfli K. Led Marienbexg 'Tl N- b ,,. 'IC xtW"3. 1. -ig , V .5 tw pi -. NA ' ,' if My '.,. - 7' V., J- MRSUFI C. Mauef R. Mhilifield R. McGlothlen M. McKins:ry -if. - 'i nf Q- Y 1 3 - X l 1 3 V . ' .r I., gl il IAA- Y- fl 'll l W " le- , T.'McWi1lihh1s J. M8iElmrr Bdvfouncjay ' W. Norman-- R,Pal5nquist .ggl.i.l'eqka P.Peny f - 32x xt QQ. - Ki ll! N- ' Q . l ' 1. EJ' lg f,?j':v- sv' fl 911 li: ' ll -J' Q, ' -7 ' l V 32' r l -f . .,.L. . ' f A S. Perry , E. Ifnccola, G Ross J. Salazar , 1 'ff R. Slggggg N. Simon P. Singers C. Sisk EM K.. 5-s QR. Sreineger R. Sremlglc' 'ITQlSrgwnrr R. Sr. John 2, B. Swanson . . .H ,MN x . t --:N qu A '. I ' 16: - if' X lk -DST' . 'xl If Vi 'Q S. 'f ff' K f .- V , 1., 1: 55 . ,,,7L 1 l , 1 I X' .Q P. ,V Y G-SLI! lf ... ,iblg X 3 D A 44 A .. ' P. Turner N N P. Ulrich NG. Walker Whirtemorc 4 D. Wigarr . . 'Q .W ' ,L 1. ' 'l - . -jllwll' ... . M af gl . 1 U xr L Y-,f ' R. Willsoyn A J. Wiggquisr Wooley I .Y .ff Q 1 - . ...T w l 7 phi sigs build rome in ci day Rome wos liTeroIIy "builT in ci doy" when The Phi Sigs piTched in To converT Their enTire house inTo The Colosseum for The TrooliTionc1l Romon Boll. The men coiled for Their oloTes on horse- knock ond proceed-ed in pcirode Tosh- ion To The house. Phi Sigmo DeITo coniinueol To moiin- Toin oi high groole poinT overoge. Severol of iTs members represenieol The froTerniTy in leoldership roles on campus. FT Algbqger T ' ' JSE ' '- T - . T T ' T33 525 - - -- w T Tf , T- wwf. '- ' Y T kj, I5 "HT sis 'siailfxi H L T 1 L T ,semi , .sr , -45 T- f' . ,afgak , A Y -y iT ,H wig! , ET ry 'J Hss'T15gziiTT" 1 :TT TT i N71 fa: TT A T- , 'Caesar -T TT T T TT-TT , . . ,,,. , T , -V, T 1i.uga-45'4,A:+. Qgyi.X+, -,1 'w-u.i-if-'--1g,.ag:1i+af2umueE4-'vlfguws-.2':.Qg ,A. Sclazoff . '5.g:L. Blkaugrurrdw . -- HT.Qol1n Mm. Mlzrmw' S5iSteinbcrE R..Chod Pfesident ' ' 'Vice-Pres. 'f Y Y Sqcigrkfry L Hpusemorher Plegfge Trainer? Rush Chrnin " nf-. T " ' I' - ' Q Q7 ' ' ' .I A u. l X V I A D. Goldberg M. Goldberg 1 B. Gottlieb Greenblarc A. Heller R. l'leller G. Karsh . ' "..i.ln'.T, "U W , V V . J 1 f- --w i... ' L A y w ' s, .n A 1 -'F-, 1. ,Q - V. f rf 11,3 W F gn . N Y N.: Il" r D A 1, IQ.. 1 fi ', " 1, rf-V K Al f' l . 'I K r' I . , ' Fi XHA, l' '24, , , 3.4! y A . I SJ R. Linrou S. Markowitz D. McDiniry D. Meyer T. Meyer B. Mnookin J. Montgomery - A r 1? F ' r ' rg ,r ge- lr 2 Q.z,w"' e .r We . . V -5' ' V V Nw 3 I " T" I 1 .Q 5. , .... G. 'Mosko I. Nniman L. Pazner Phaedm J. Primack S. Rashbaum B. Roland ,, ' E I - 5l,,.:1... 'ai3:IIrL,.. ...., N V 21: .,., .Z 4- Vx... M , . xr ff? P ' ' ' r f fl Q lr , ,Y -3 -- 1:71 up jr, , ' ka, R , 4 H4 Y . . rl A ' I . . ' . 'i' ' ' '.l , Q L ' 1 . - e Q . 1. rw - xciffgg, 15 , X - , ' I ' ,Q R. Scheurer C. Schwarrg K. Shewirz S. Shmiberg H W. Slarlgin Smirh J. Vinum' Zl: Q r 'i f-ww u M , . . . r if " . V . A fm' " "" . .- r ,JV - X A W y X Q' dd -, r' H W ' 1I.'r.a f . be A - A r M1 ' ' . A Q- Q r' "'e' 3 H e. f.S.51fl - -55-fi--1 l " M-iii? w r - E f . H 5 K .. 1 Z l ,. . y ,Il M. Waldhaum Waska...1.-- W. Wfeiner IQl.:1Weinsrein -- G. Weiibly D.'.'Winkel . Znchrepr M. Risner P. Fink President ' Treasurer , 1. '1Th'ompson Rush Chrmn. A. Barber M. Turck IFC Rip. Sgt. Ar Armx j. Adcbclg ' R. Arnold P. Ashworrh J. Bahne . C. Blouch S. jBlouch M. Brand: P. Brandr C. Crhfr H. Dahl T. Danko P. Davis C. Edwards ' R. Fuller S. Fisller V, Geisler J. Granville P. Greenlaw G. I-laegele E. :Hicks ' G. Jolmsbrg v Iohmon E. Kingman M. Kramer . 1 . l iJ.,Mill:r' A S.iMil1cj: r E..Norldy Qllflktq' ' . ,. Q V , I -W 'l" : A - if A f ,i l f A l , N, l loc' Way , , Efoiisn Gmini A Apggraynee sires, i, , A fr ,434 Q "H: Yi l ' :Q ,I ., - ,ll ,, pi Kap unctions i ii ,, 1 . .g , V l1J.,.gj,s mg K B. Pikjen Tlzlleavis W.VYSmi:h 'K-,Slacker -A with fire engine The 50-fooi-long American La France hook and ladder fire engine, known as Boulder Hoser illl, is a common sight on campus. Pi Kappa Alpha purchased The fire engine in The fall of i965 and formed The American La France H 84 L Brigade, LTd. Corporation, To pay for and run ii. The Pi Kaps use The engine for funciions, seren- ades, football games, and chauffeuring faihers on Dad's Day. R. 'Furrill - R. 'Qpdegrafa' T. Wal-ker ' S. Walll ,Mg Wliiirmore A. Wilson T,,,WoIfe i R .- Young , , . ii 1, , , ii "' if , iii i . i i ,, iz, ii, - ..l - 'Mm 1' 1 c. Adams c. Barmum R. miss it s. Bong' it , YW R. ci ly J. cms T s. cute 3 I E BTIIBX1 , 5 ra .K x 3' M. Davis F.. Dilrs H. 'B. Hill Sk B. M. Johnson B. Jud D. Kehl SAE Little Sisters of Minerva scie's tap little sisters of minerva I The high point ot the tall semester tor the men of Sigma Alpha Epsilon was the tapping ot 34 girls tor their "Little Sisters ot Minerva" hon- orary. Their activities included Sunday morning wake-ups, a ski trip, and sneaks with the hashers. The SAE's worked their way to another all-school water polo championship, while maintaining their newly achieved high scholastic standing. ln addition to the traditional Jungle Party, they again held the Pi Phi Pie Fight. One hundred reject cream pies were purchased tor this event and thrown from opposite sides of the volleyball court to bring their tunction with the Phi Phis to a climatic finish. 74 i I. Fellows ilflally i 1 I 891 IQTI1 Street ff' M.PerkinN , Y Y' ' ' -gf4Q?i,,VFf,5i1V'7,,1 W 'Q ' 5 xxx. sexes fm- Z sz. - ,.. . f 1 'W - . +, . .. - .. ns A - I g- ,- LQ wk ,Q 2' N.. .J N 11:-V -Q ig 45' " "Q Ti - ., 1" 1 I1-. ' ' 1 " -f V' f qv., s 1. rf, ,, Y k ' 3 7 M .gy .W I V 1 'ii L 'Jw y v ,W 5 fl, , . ' V W' f . - , 54' -in--1 n . ' . XQn , .JP-L-L 5 f . J. Kleinwachcer O. Roen1erIII Mmm Haynes M Minerva I. Thargifi Coke President VicefPres. Housemother 1 Secretriryf reasurer B. Klimoski PQ. Kniglh J. Krueger R. Lmville J. Long kizy -ag 'I' T. Robinson P. Schenkeyr MS - sf' w w 1-1 J" C. Lange Y Xu S. Lawinn Lee C. McArthur S. Loye Str' ,Q WH 1JwRoI5inson' C. Schopf 'Q' '- I Sloan D Stockx D Swa f T.-'Swain ,, V nb 1 I I 'degli-AH-If WM . 'f Q31 . 'cf ' 'if' n ' n . . -L' 'ii 5-ff. 4 -121 . f' . S57' , 1. ' fi J.. , wx f 1 .N , . X- ' I' Hx 'ff' Swanson Taylor R. Tyifr I Bacmuyer Walker IH! J. Wufdwell n 1 - . n 1 1 . Q Fix x 1 J :l n w L" f , 1 232 X1 . '- Q' ij, I L 'R if' A fl 1' f"f ' ', 1 . 1' gif-lf fl J' .w A 'I J . izq- Qmx l , . U . 5 V, ' L g Q . A 4. 1 f .3 ,N thi . . ., 3 w . X bi. ,M K X ' . ,nm ' 1. Wills J. Wilmorc M. Wiscnbaker S. Wisenbaker R. Zimmerman N. Zitr w 'fs :fff ' ' ' ,x. iw sigma nu's help discover new talent among greeks lO43 Pleasanf STreeT Greek TalenT Nighf has become a highly successful annual Sigma Nu proiecf. The show has given The Universify an oppor- TuniTy To recognize excellenf individual TalenT and has provided The Talenfed sTudenT a chance To perform before a large audi- ence. Sigma Nu has used admission proceeds from iTs firsT Two shows sfaged in early spring To aid The UniversiTy's Develop- menT Foundafion and The Boulder Counfy Unifed Fund. A Chrisf- mas parTy for area orphans and carolling aT local hospifals were also included in campus and civic evenfs. The pledges painTed The NorTh Broadway School building and held a parTy for iTs menfally refarded members. N l K. Avisw Qrrh P. Ba rdelt gon g C. Che L. Deiflce B. Demmon K. Erickson B. Fisher R. Fundingsland B. Harding M. Hein H. Held. 1 R.,Hei:'iclerson N PQHIQWMBICI' W4 Igrges M.QKarhach L... -, . e ' iw' e - .-Q B. Mcfnca, ' 'L Y Presideni " ViceiPrei1 ' J Knllerlam J K1-uabel BLam J. Millward B.Mueller F Seely R Spadl J. Tweedy Larson Llccell Pbillins Q V A. Prendgs J. Wxnsted- G Miller: Rueckerfr Thonwon , ,Q , Lnmmerman lOO5 Broadway daughters of golden heart add charm to sig ep's life Q L., " A ' ll . V. - . V V ' TF. ' V'-. lff... - K " "" -' l:5:s:s:':2 ,-. .1 .,.. Ai f- ..f. Q. 1 -. A ....: .il RJ. W' is ,r ' .7 , ij " ' 1'-5 5 ,, , f ml - 1 Q , A A . ll 7 IL ' r Q , Y - f lf , '- ,. " R. Baker R. Berry ,, F. Pulver T. Triplercl' I Mrs. Hnlsqn lf' Jl Harpstrire C. Mclnerney S, Ehrlich T. Daley B. Robertson President' Vice-Pres. Secretary Viy' A Secretary Housemothgqjgn fh Trezisurer ., Pledge :Trainer 'Rusl1Cl'wmn. IFC Rep. Schc1I.Cl1rmn. 5. 6 r I V A 'A . I v R 1 1 A l 1,1 .. , A R y r R D . y J. Adams S. Anderson M. Barrows L. Basham B. Bell J. Birdsong R. Boescl' C. Brown R. Buchanan F. Bunegar R. Burdiclcq B, Campbelg B. Carta! HN x T.C,earlev..,, K C. Chnsropher J. Clanzon, 4 R. Cool 1. Cope i V L B. Corron T. Courson S. Dal Pano R. Davidson R. Donalson B. Downey G. Duniphan. D. Edwards K. 'Erdman j. Finocan - 278 ln The fall, Sigma Phi Epsilon chose The DaughTers of The Golden HearT, an auxil- iary organizaTion of freshmen and sopho- more girls. AfTer The formal iniTiaTion, acTiviTies of The DaughTers vviTh The Eps wenf info full swing vviTh funcTions, formal dinners, and a ChrisTmas parTy. The Sig Eps placed second in The Gold League scholasfic compeTiTion and have been above The all men's average for seven sTraighT semesTers. The Sig Eps are also proud To display Two consecuTive Gold League lnTram.ural Championship Trophies. Golden Hearf Officers. ' C. Johnson T T 54 fz2'a3f:5Twri -S 1 T sais.. 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E., Siviirllf, Plans are complete for construction of the new chapter house tekes involved in plans For construction of new chapter house Of all the events this year, the most important one to the men of Tau Kappa Epsilon was the purchase of property for the construction of a new chapter house. ln keeping with the rapid-ly expanding university and Greek system, the Tekes have been forced to find bigger accom- modations. On the newly-purchased property at l8th and Aurora, they will build a house designed to their specifications. Planning the new home has involved every member of the fraternity, since all suggestions from the men are being considered for incorpora- tion in the final plans. Suggestions for inclusion in the new house have ranged from a gym to a sauna. ff! 1. , . X , ",v'i"li'.lill A l ll K . 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Nathan S. Sperling l President Vice-Pres, Secretary Treasurer Pledge Trainer House Mninagez I T. , "" p A n ,. - . T ' li I .l.l:l, A A VIEZEL L 'T 1. if , T '1 : 1 ' S, Backsrein A. Beecher B. Cain R.'Duirch W. Erbcs G. Frankel zbt scholarship stressed ZeTa BeTa Tau, Teeling ThaT all pledges need help in adiusiing To college life, has organized a pledge program which is unique on campus. The pledges are acTively inTegraTed vviTh The acTives and aided by Them in Their scholasTic and social problems. As a resulT, ZBT has led The campus scholasTically Tor The pasT Three semesTers. In an aTTempT To provide a ToTal educaTional environmenT, proTessors from all deparT- menTs were inviTed To lecTure The loroThers on problems of boTh social and poliTical significance. ZBT's parTicipaTed in The Greek Blood Bank and iniTiaTed a fund drive on campus in cooperaTion vviTh The American Cancer SocieTy. fl X IFC Advisor Bob LeaTherman presenis The Zebes wiih The scholasTic Trophy. l L llllrh l 'N ,...-. . ,, , ,.,..1..... 'mfg ' X V , . B 5,1 ,, fi .E1f.11"""" z, ,. X my - :-1'-.-f 2 ' FE ,Q i r l , Hfgv 1019 lrifh STree'r .J-Q1 ,X E 5 K, Nay S. Replfn A. Stage -R. Tulper S. Wallace M. Zelinger- , a V 'N ' 4 Fall 288 Winter ...,.................. athletics Spring I V . W , . .I Y. vu gifs? o Q eip-asm 'L , . ,-M- sg- .-,-.-.,-? X E' -: P-,, YK' 'H-.,w 'll Nsxwy 'H -1 -x Th '-"'Qx N41-xx Y fs 24 i , ,J-qv, .Q f.,,,, ,E 1, ,- " Haig x' ""' E .- in 1 1 A O K. W ,ir ., i ,, ,L Y,-A , ,Q , KA x..- -P' V 4- -,-- ,Q -,..-, VJ, ,' hi 1- ' In fs Y F- 7 r --QL , L 19' ' . ' ll' 'r-ggi' 0" 4' 4 H ' :-5'1.T"'ax: .V . " ' - - N ..-.f ' 'gk , Q 1-V 7 -f 5 2 5 I -sh 1 'L 4, xrfwx- ,, '-S A X3 Y N b - E , '15-ffaglr' 2"" A - - . 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All Big EighT honors wenT To John Beard, Wilmer Cooks, Bill Fairband and Hale Irwin on The TirsT Team and To Mike MonTler, Kirk Tracy, Wil- liam Harris, Sam Harris, Frank Bosch and Kerry MoTTle on The second Team. Dan Kelly, Bernie McCall, Larry PlanTz, Ron ScoTT and Dick An- derson received honorable menTion. Sam Harris received All-American menTion and Bill Fairband was voTed The Team's mosT valuable player. Coach Eddie Crowder wiTh his fine coaching sTaTT earned The Buffs' second winning season in as many years - a crediT To his excellenT recruiTing and rebuilding programs. Coach Crowder was also The win- ning coach of The annual Norih-SouTh Shrine All-STar Game. 3,.. 9 Miami . . . CU got off to a slow start by bowing to a powerful Miami team 24-3. The Buffs had Trouble during the long, frustrating afternoon in trying to put an offense together and in finding a consistent defense. The most outstanding player on offense in each game receives the newly cre- ated Flatiron Feldspar Award. The defensive counterpart is the Spike McPeak Award. Flatiron Feldspar - Mike Montler Spike McPeak - Hale Irwin Baylor . . . The Buffs bounced back to thump the tenth-ranked Baylor Bears T3-7. CU intercepted four of touted Terry Southal'l's passes to stop the Bears. Steve Graves provided the crucial inter- ception in the Buffs' end zone with time running out. The score was not indicative of the beating CU administered to the Southwest Conference pre-season favorites, as the Bears could muster only desperation offensive drives in the fourth quarter. Flatiron Feldspar- John Farler Spike McPeak - Sam Harris O ,ff"4' CU's new buffalo mascot, Ralph i-,rv , -J-qu ef Y ui' 'ff .N-N N. ff X. .wfi End Mike Martin hauls down a Bernie McCall pass against Miami. cu evens pre-season record cnt I - I Kansas State . . . CU squeaked by an underraTed Kansas STaTe Team TO-O for The firsT conference win of The season. The Buff offense was conTinu- ally sTalled in The face of a sound WildcaT defense. FlaTiron Felspar - John Farler Spike McPeak - Frank Bosch Oklahoma State . . . CU won The sTaTisTical baTTle, but an inconsisTenT offense could only musTer TO poinTs To The Cowboys' ll. The scoreboard de- cides The vicTor, and The Cowboys, fully aware of This, gambled on a Two-poinT conversion and won - The gamble and The game. FlaTiron Feldspar -William Harris Spike lVlcPeak - Kerry Mottl Iowa State . . . CU's offense finally came alive and Trounced The Cyclones Al-21. Junior quarTer- back, Dan Kelly, Took over signal-calling duTies and scored Three Touchdowns himself. The Buffs really clicked for The firsT Time in spoiling The Cyclone homecoming. FlaTiron Feldspar - Dan Kelly Spike McPeak - Bill Fairband Nebraska . . . CU had Their own homecoming spoiled by a hearTbreaking lasT-minuTe 21-T9 de- feaT aT The hands of The powerful Cornhuskers. The Buffs lumped To a T9-7 half-Time advanTage, buT poised Nebraska came back wiTh Two Tallies in The fourTh quarTer To squeak by The courageous Herd. Nebraska had To rally wiTh aerials as The Buff fronT wall, cenTered around middle guard Ron ScoTT, proved To be sfingy all affernoon. FlaTiron Feldspar - Larry Plantz Spike McPeak - Ron Scott vw - ,T- 1.I ., . Effie heartbreak losses to osu, nebraska end ZQSAQAAQ if ff-figs' 5'-+A, E, 'S' ,QQ 'S Aw- title hopes ull-11 ess- as QYWTWW is-2-we V . i, , 'ix' "T " . ,T 1 , I . ' 'P e V . l ""' L ' y. 115- . E V J 4 x A l 1 T' L! 1' H . . ms .. . J.. . " 4- . A-.1 ., ,V ,. fps 5 'Nia s-fsf.T..u9. T9--'. ,- I .V 1, ,ff-f Q- 13 - - 'gj-.-g,f,.l5'- - ,"f'1f':-5'TQf1T5s'ff'iml', ...aff-get -. s?s1f.,fS'Tt1"':x.gte.Qg"" 5- ' H fr ' ag' .V -fx 4. 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R' - v ' en--V-anzf,,,.., I....4 5,1-5, ,,..,?"g' 'A Quarterback Bernie McCall's open-field running enables him To elude a defensive back from The Air Force Academy. Missouri . . . CU posfed Their second shuTouT of The season in spoiling The Tigers' homecoming 26-O. CU Took full advanTage of Tiger errors To score. The defense was sparked by Isaac How- ard's 98-yard refurn of an infercepfion for a Touchdown and Bill Fairband's consisTenT hard-nosed play aT defensive end. FlaTiron Feldspar - John Beard Spike McPeak - Bill Fairband Kansas . . . CU closed conference play wiTh a 35-18 drubbing of The Jayhawkers. Bernie McCall and Wilmer Cooks scored Two Touchdowns each and McCall passed for The fifTh. Cooks' Two Touchdowns added To his final Tofal of 60 poinTs - besf in The Big Eighf. FlaTiron Feldspar - Bernie McCall Spike McPeak - Dick Anderson Air Force Academy . . . The Buffaloes closed Their besf season in five years by edging The Falcons TO-9. As usual, The game was spiriTed and errors were forced on boTh sides. John Farler booTed a fourfh quarTer field goal To overcome The Three Falcon field goals. FlaTiron Feldspar - Bernie McCall Spike McPeak - Dick Anderson Big Eight Final Siandings W Nebraska ................v.....,.......,... 6 Colorado ....A..,.. ...,.... 5 Missouri .........,.... ........ 4 Oklahoma Sfafe .. .,...., . 4 Oklahoma ........ ........ 4 Iowa Stare .. .,..... . 2 Kansas ..,..... ........ 0 Kansas Sfafe .... .....,.. 0 Scores CU 3 Miami ............., 13 Baylor .......... IO Kansas Stare ,.., 10 Oklahoma STaTe ., Ai Iowa State ...... 19 Nebraska ..., 24 Oklahoma ........ 26 Missouri ...... 35 Kansas ..,. IO Air Force During each of The last tour years our Tootloall Team has made sound progress. The i966 season was no exception. We trust that the prog- ress made This year will again lead us to better Things in l967. The men who played did an out- standing iob. I salute The devoted y effort which They contributed to the T University ot Colorado. Eddie Crowder Head Football Coach crowder records 7-3 season 1965 FOOTBALL TEAM: Front Row: Hale lrwin, Tad Polumbus, Bill Fairband, Ron Scott, Dick Anderson, Mike Martin, Vic Hokanson, Estes Banks, Kerry Mottl, Charles Greer, William Harris, Sam Harris, Bernie McCall, George Lewark, Bill Csikos. Second Row: Larry Donley, Tom Kmetovic, Bart Bortles, Bruce Heath, Kirk Tracey, John Farler, Larry Fischer, lrv Schiller, Rich Cendeli, Fred Carrick, Dennis Drummond, Steve Graves, Tom Corsin, Jerry Montil. Third Row: Bill Heydt, Mike Veeder, Grady lvy, Greg Holmes, Gregg Hauptmann, Rick Odell, Rocky Martin, Dan Kelly, Jerry Witte, Mike Bynum, Mike Pruett, Dan Paterson, Dave Bartelt, Dave Zaharias, Kile Morgan. Fourth Row: Dave Babbs, Greg Springston, Joe Ripmaster, Steve Engel, Mike Schnitker, Mike Simmons, Steve Tracy, Steve Dowlearn, Don Paris, John Beard, Mike Montler, Larry Plantz, Virgil King, Kirk Charlson. Fifth Row: Steve Fenton, Dan Ruth, Dave Perini, Jeff Raymond, Isaac Howard, Wilmer Cooks, Eugene Johnson, Dale Steele, Tom Duncan, Ben Matzivolich, Leo Ham- met, Gary Kuxhaus, Roy Olson, Walt Nielsen, Don Zimmerman. Sixth Row: Frank Van Valkenburg, Dick Taylor, Ray LeMasters, David Hayes, Bob Cortese, Chuck McBride, John Stephenson, Dave Sidwell, Bill Sabatino, Frank Bosch, Jim Chaney, Denniw Brenkert, John Otto, Steve Hatchell, Clint lnouye, Hollis Brown, Lee Akins. Seventh Row: Larry Forraro, Coach Eddie Crowder, Bill Mondt, Ken Blair, Chet Franklin, Larry Bielit, Rud-y Feldman, Joe Harper, Dan Stavely, Lloyd Williams. ?".,,ffi,T", ' - ,. - ' .,:,-e,f ' ' f ' , - . -. ..... . .., Q .- ..-..- .. 2... -- , s , ' ,. L, , L, L ,Y -- ' 'M' ""'a-eff L 1965 FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF: Front Row: Bill Mondf, Rudy Feldman, Larry Bielet, Chef Franklin, Eddie Crowder, Ken Blair, Joe Harper. Second Row: Chuck Mc- Bride, Dick Taylor, Ray LeMasters, David Hayes, Dan Sfavely, Bob Cortese, Larry Fer- raro, Frank VanValkenburg. 1965 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM: Front Row: Bob Anderson, Dennis Cleveland, Tom Nigbur, Kevin White, Rich Wadlow, Frank Conrad, Mike Rudy, Ray Reuter, Douglas Wood, Tom Porter, Richard Dvorak. Second Row: Jeff Rasmussen, Phil Burton, Darrel Vaughan, Rich lzzi, Monte Huber, Steve Bradley, Steve Simmons, Sieve Blair, Bill Collins, Jim Anderson, Bill Brundige, Mike Mohoric. Third Row: Patrick O'Mara, Paul Kelly, George Kaplan, Sieve DalPorTo, Bill Racine, Eric Cook, John Vogt, Les Williams, Ron Yaklich, Jim Micketfs, Larry Schwartz. Fourth Row: Art Tracey, George Fei'- fers, Richard Chana, Dick Melin, Rich Stocking, Bob Carmichael, Kelly Johnsion, Ron Huber, George Lewis, Brad Blunt, Spiro DeBon, Lex Pinson. Fifth Row: Frank VanValkenburg, Royal Shepard, Chuck McBride, Dan Siavely, Dave McReynolds, Randy Graff, Eric Harris, Larry Ferraro, Steve Sidwell, PeTe Levine, Ray LeMasfers. The freshman fooTballers, lauded as The besT in five years, bc: by buffs rolled To a perfecT 4-O record. In addiTion To Wins over Their usual Three opponenTs - McCook Jr. College, 30-18, The Wyoming freshmen, 20-8, and Air Force freshmen, 23-3, The in perfect Baby Buffs soundly defeaTed The Touring Mexican NaTional Team, 35-16. Bob Anderson was voTed The Team's ouTsTand- ing player for his fine quarrerbacking efforT. SSGSOH Freshman quarterback Bob Anderson breaks loose for long yardage. young soccer squod suffers poor seoson A young soccer Teom vviTh six sTorT- ing freshmen Ieol by copToin Zohoir Foyez snuggled Through on unsuc- cessful seoson. An eorly injury To Dove Perry hurT The Teom's speed ond poTency. The Teom hos The chonce To proc- Tice in The spring when They oper- oTe os o soccer club. The young kickers Then look Torvvorol To on im- proved seoson nexT Toll vviTh mony reTurning IeTTerrnen. 'lf . if fee 1966-67 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM - Front Row: Blaine Lam, Craig Runyan, Paul Cattermole, Pete Van Arsdale. Second Row: Frank Potts, Jeff Donald- son, Jeff Beruen, John Lunn, Dave Binkley. t' cu rclnks sixth nationally CU's harriers finished their finest sea- son in years in l966. The Buffs took two firsts out of three invitationalsancl took both of their dual meets. 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' X A 4 41 .Q P 'vi - if -db! ,151 buffs take nebraska, second, but no bid Two comTorTable vicTories in Boulder over OU and OSU and The hard- earned deTeaT of Missouri on Their home courT seT The sTage Tor The BuTTs Trip To Lawrence, Kansas, To Tace The league-leading Jayhawks. STaying close Till The final minuTe, Colorado held Kansas To Their small- esT margin for a home vicTory all season, 66-59. The Buffs' final game drew special inTeresT from The Boulder fans as visiTing Nebraska had already received a bid To The NIT alThough CU had a similar record and spliT wins wiTh The Huskers. A highly unusual game including a Three-minuTe sTall by Nebraska and a Tour-minuTe one by CU ended in a 64-57 Colorado vicTory - giving The Buffs a Tie for second and a 2-l spliT wiTh Nebraska in The Big EighT and whaT seemed To CU fans as a righT To play in The NIT. Big Kansas ..................... ........................ Colorado .4.. ........ Nebraska ........ ........ Kansas State .... ..... Iowa .............. ..... Oklahoma ........... ..... Okla homa State .... ..... Missouri .......... . .... . Scores CU 67 Texas Tech ..... 80 93 Tulsa ..............,......,........ Utah . .......................,... .. Iowa State .... Nebraska ......... Kansas ............. Oklahoma State 72 Air Force Academy Oklahoma ....... 85 Wichita State .................. Missouri .......... 9l Arizona ................ ....... I owa State .... 64 Cincinnati .... Kansas State .,... 72 Drake ....... Oklahoma ..,.... 54 Kansas .,... 92 Missouri ...... 73 Nebraska ....... 71 Kansas State ....... Oklahoma State Missouri ........... Kansas ............. Nebraska the coach speaks I was very proud of our kids this year. Despite mid- season iniuries to Lynn Baker and Chuck Williams and the early loss of center Ted Erfert, the entire squad played deliberately and won consistently. A couple of real tough losses on the road hurt our conference title hopes. 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X alt- l wh Meet Records Durango Intercollegiate . ...... . Western State Intercollegiate DU Winter Cornlvol .................... Second Fifth Seventh RMISA-NCAA Qualifications ........ Fourth ' ' ei -Qi J V- g, -.. ff 4.41 lg 70 na-f' ' 1966-67 SKl TEAM - Front Row: Bob Kendall, Jim Morning, Rex Carson, Chip LoCasse, Bob Griffith, Goeff Smith. Second Row: Spider Sobich, Mike Romine, Jim Hoeschler, Mark Tieblekorn, Clark, Matis, M. J. Elisha. gymncists post 6-4-O season CU's gymnasTic Team compiled a fine 6-4-O record againsf formidable opponenTs such as perennial powerhouse Soufhern Illinois, Big EighT rival Iowa Sfafe, Arizona, and Arizona Stafe. The Buffs were led by incomparable Jack Ryan, The NCAA and nafional side horse champion, and all-around performer Bob Fisher To a second place finish in The Big EighT. A well-rounded Iowa STaTe Team Took The championship honors af The Big Eighr meef. colorodo to kes second in big eight Big Eight Meet Iowa Slate ............................. .....,.,... .... Colorado ...... . .................... ,..... ..., Kansas ....... Nebraska ...... Oklahoma .,..... Kansas State ...... Scores Arizona .............. Colorado SfaTe ..... Southern Illinois ..... Iowa Srafe ........... Denver .............. Nebraska ...... Kansas .............. Kansas Stare ......... Oklahoma ............... Air Force Academy . 187.45 172.80 166.10 162.90 143.00 136.60 175.6 161.3 191.7 80.2 176.6 168.2 171.2 149.1 151.3 171.6 1966-67 GYMNASTICS TEAM Front Row Gary Walker Ben Blea John Reed Eric Singer, Bob Fisher Second Row Kam Horvarh Larry Hoffschnender Bob Serchell Rick Jaoven Third Row EdJ 'rr D E J kR A Wh v 1 Q if' X .. Q :U ,X . 1 h , Q rl I 1 ' , 122 ,,,.,f W 14. 1? J' ' ' ' WW " g "1 71' : ' m' 1 Q " V nt. X I is "f 14 RZ, ar X 5 if .1 :-' f 2211446 . III f""?w X rL"""'K, ,, 1966-67 WRESTLING TEAM - Front Row: Joseph Polich, Lonnie Suazo, Alex Hinds, Dell Rhodes, James Hanson, Larry MacCarther, Ken Light. Second Row: Gary Maxon, Del Dittmer, Mark Sullivan, Jim Ortega, Conrad Metcalf, Mark Clarke, Pete Nord, Bruce McDowell. Third Row: Mickey DeRock, Dave Drahn, Bob Justice, Pete Shelley, Ed Howell, Rudy Mappelli, Ty Lockhart, Linn Long. - Scores Wyoming ......,............ Adams State ............ Colorado Mines ....... Western State ,..... Brigham Young ........ Wyoming .............. Oklahoma ............ Nebraska ..............,.... Saint Cloude State ....... Iowa State .............. Graceland ...,............... Colorado State ............ Colorado State College Kansas State ................ Nebraska ................... New Mexico .... . Arizona State Arizona .......... Coach Linn Long's wrestling squad posted an impressive i3-6-O record as they were again this year considered one of the finer teams in the nation. The Buffs finished fourth in the Big Eight Conference Meet - the toughest confer- ence in the country. Individual championships were won by Del Rhodes, Jim Hanson, and Ed Howell, who whipped the defending NCAA champ of Iowa State, while Bob Justice gained second place honors. mermen weather rough season The Colorado tankers capsized into a last place finish in the Big Eight swimming meet. Mike Ballard provided the only bright spot for the CU squad by capturing a sixth place in diving. The Buffs were able to rally during the season, however, and finished with a 4-7-O record. Scores CU 37 Kansas State .... ....... 6 5 25 Kansas ......... ....... 7 9 27 Wyoming .,..... ....... 6 7 40 Nebraska ....... ..,.... 6 3 20 Iowa State ...... ....... 8 0 60 Western State ..... ....... 4 4 40 Denver ................. ....... 6 4 61 East New Mexico ...,. ....... 4 3 37 Air Force Academy ...... ....... 6 6 77 Adams State .............. ...., ,. 25 55 Colorado State College .... ....... 4 9 1966 67 SWIMMING TEAM Fronl Row Terry Danko, Greg Sullivan, Mike Ballard, Chris Kaufman, John Towell Jim Patterson Second Row Hal Whitehead, John Waggener, Bob Elliot, Tom Kahan, Kent Schater Mark Richmond Tom Jones Third Row Kurt Krueger, Whit Rogers, John Schreiner, Bob Schideler, -1-.-, if i-T" ag- -bi. Y. ' L A gre., vw.:-: - ' vu-Ln 1966-67 ICE HOCKEY CLUB - Front Row: John Wolfe, Jim Norris, Hugh Heckman, Tom Hewes. Not Pictured: Joe Sprague, John Walker, Serge Lavailee, Lt. Cmdr. A. A. Gilkinson. Second Row: Mike Onstad, Jim Sounders, Bob Ludwig, Chuck Welbuer, Todd Johnson, Gary Tippit, buff skaters expand schedule The CU Ice Hockey Club, coached loy Lieuten- ant A. A. Gilkinson, finished an expanded schedule with a respectable 5-6-O record. The Butts' determined- play against such estab- lished teams as Notre Dame and Denison at the Broadmoor World Arena was the season's highpoint. Although hindered bya lack of practice, there has been a steady improvement in the cali- ber of CU hockey since the team's formation in 1964. A new amateur league in the Den- ver-Boulder-Colorado Springs area should further improve the hockey played in the CU area next winter. 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'J' -, mira ,Q ' 5-asm ' ' X ' Xt ws' w y 13: A Q- W. .xv Q fox A-K r ' -- ,ws s ""' -.,.Jf1i'?'5 ' 94- i Us M., ri: xc:-' 5 in -.xx , .N ii JV. -Y r, ' V 5' . - ' I' 7, yi 'uf H A 4 ' "' . :ll Qi '- . '-if x L - ii ,Eli ' '-393' ,- I 59 fm- .. 1,-Q-2 -2' S s - .1 W- if ' K, Q. v- - -- ' an X .Q l "" ' r ' gm- A495 -V V .ig C.-hi ue. V- L QL ,mifltrl .fan ,sl-.xx Q ' ,M A '-:X I - F ' K O- --, ' -V 51' gf ca Y ' "- - 'XX 'fi " -, .23-9' . -5? -s x vi -n 1 ut- u. woo IRACK TEAM - Front Row: Barry King, Chuck Rodgers, William Harris, Tom Cribbens, Russell Henninger, Jerry Bryan, Floyd Godwin. Third Row: Frank Bob Bauers, Estes Banks, Jeff Berven, Sylvester Reed, Jeff Donaldson. Second Ports, Nick Koener, William James, Terry Teniiyck, Paul Caifermole, Roger Allen, Row: Steve McCaffrey, Glen Arfeau, William Heins, Ben George, Blaine Lam, Dave Peercy. Frank Potts Head Coach trackmen retain regional supremacy The i966 spring Track squad, afTer a modesT beginning wiTh dual meeT losses To always powerful New Mexico, Arizona STaTe, and Nebraska, Then finished second be- hind Arizona in a Triangular meeT wiTh Wyoming and finally goT info gear To win The Colorado Relays and a Triangular rneeT wiTh CSU and Wyoming. In The Big EighT Conference Championships, Colorado managed only a fifTh place Tie wiTh Missouri. A vicTory in The CSU lnviTaTional ended The season on a more pleas- anT noTe, however, and exTended CU's season record againsT regional foes To 3-O. buffs finish season in spoiler role Coach Frank Prentup's i966 baseball squad got off to a slow start with weak hitting being The maior problem. Taylor Toomey bolstered the stingy pitching staff and earned All-Big-Eight honors along with sure-handed shortstop, Dan Kelly. As the season progressed,theyoung squad gained experience and began hitting The ball more regularly. Jack Coppom led The Team in hitting along with fine perform- ances from Don Alsup, Steve Best, and Duke Prentup. CU'S final series with Oklahoma establish- ed. Them cis spoilers. The Sooners needed only one victory in Three games with The Buffs to win The Big-Eight Title. The Buffs outhustled The Sooners forthree games and swept The series, giving first place honors To Oklahoma State. N K ,gm 95935 Qfgf- fc, R mi, Vx'-Q' . , Sl 525 . kv I lb W :Qin .. .."v4,x, . H v- : Q .rwhiff-1QzQJ1L 11yf"'.Qf-lwL'f?,x:., 1 '14 gig ' 1 - W.:,,5g"g-3134,1-,rifv -4- ii? .f,3f'h'5- , QM E . V ' -' mk:2'v,.a Kg, ti' ,Mi 5 Q 1 1-R.. X. A CF W .wk-IT? ' ' r - . .- ' . M. W. - QP' l V 3: - gm V I 4 , -Q . ff im v J ,+L FZ EJ, V- ,- 'g '. J-: K? X2 'U "3 aryl M71 .xM,e, 5, in kv ,- '. 'Qj ,. - . Q ' ' ' , 1' 1' 1' U ' V, 1 , , 1.3-'5-Tl ,q:,T,-725 , Lp -112,5 gg? .fv - --. '- ,- " ' ": ' 'u-1'.- ': '-- 1 f-- V ' ':"."I-"' .-'.,.',.,,-K 1-. V f f ? ' 1' HW-iii: f P - . 2, X-:---Siam, 5,gg5j,.,,,1-w, ,,:5552 14 ""' ' " 51.:'-v4i?ff,:.E?"'l,- 'gfkfi' V - f - . -am., "ku 1 liz: -,Zh nuw3Q'aWQ, ,U It , .... rv' 1 H Q ,, gf nf, .. r 'A W ww? ' A gi? lr '4"' 'ff . 4- 327 51? lg, ml? 1966 BASEBALL TEAM - Fronl Row: .lack Schmidt, Denny Murano, Gary Mann, Sieve Best, Gordon Miyoshi, Marshall Griensfein, Dan Kelly, Dave Cramoy, George Radovlch. Second Row: Frank Prentup, Clarence LeMasiers, Garrett Jensen, Dave Charlton, Tim Scheibeler, Taylor Toomey, Jack Coppom, Duke Preniup, Don Alsup, Rick Jackson. Big Eight Final Standings W L Per. Oklahoma State .......v........................ 13 7 .650 Oklahoma ......... ..... l l 6 .647 Nebraska ........ Iowa Sfare ,.... . 12 8 .600 .. 8 8 .500 Missouri .......,.. .. 9 9 .500 KansasStaTe ....... . .... T010 .500 Ii ' A E . .' ' 1 4 2 - rt .A-. s i ln, ' . ' V ff" -ul' . ...H V 5' u ., ik Colorado ........ Kansas ......... .. 912 .429 .. 815 .167 All-Big Eighi Shorislop Dan Kelly. All-Big Eighl Pifcher Taylor Toomey. .RV N Scores CU " 0 Oklahoma City ....... 0 North Texas State ...... O Texas Christian ....... 7 3 North Illinois .,..... ..... 4 7 O O Nebraska . .......... ..... 4 3 Colorado State ......... ..... 4 O Wyoming ....,......,...... ..... 7 O Air Force Academy ....... ..... 7 1 Colorado Coliege ........ 6 O Missouri ................. ..... 7 Buff netters suffered through ci long season finishing with a O-TO record and last in the Big Eight Meet at Columbia. The Butts were hurt by the graduation of tennis ace, Rich Hillway, from last year's strong team. disaster For the buff netters :sei T -il ' 1966 TENNIS TEAM - Dick Gray, Don Hambrick, Jim Rosenbloom, Bruce Abramson, Bruce Eckhardt. it Mit J Wm U, H91 n-cleft? :E i- ' ' gifs' "a-" " ":- 'QQQG4 1966 GOLF TEAM - Front Row: Allen Hoos, Bill Perry, Chris Scena. Second Row: Vice Geisler, Larry McATee, Hale Irwin, Les Fowler. buff golfers have another fine season .5 -C .J . .-W J. Scores CU lO'l1 Texas Western .......... ll Odessa College ........ 4 V2 New Mexico State ....... 9 Odessa College ........ SV, Air Force Academy ..... l6 Colorado State ................. l5V2 Colorado STaTe College ..... lO'!2 Air Force Academy ............... l6V, Colorado School of Mines 'l7 Denver ................................ l7'!, Colorado School of Mines 17 Denver .......................... IAV, Colorado Sfafe ........... 3'lV2 Colorado College ...... Coach Les Fowler's Talenfed golfers Turned in anoTher fine season finish- ing second in The Big Eight Hale lr- win and Larry lVlcATee led The Team and finished TirsT and Third respec- Tively in The Big EighT. ReTurning leT- Termen and promising sophomores poinT Toward anoTher fine season nexT spring. Big Eight Meet Oklahoma Siafe ...........................-. 354 Colorado ..................................... 864 Oklahoma ....... 876 Missouri ...... 894 Nebraska .... 908 Kansas ........... 91 'l Kansas Siate ...... 922 Iowa State ..... 925 7 V: 7 l 0 V1 l2 l8 V2 l V1 2 V1 7 V1 l V2 l V1 l 3 V2 4 V2 lacrosse - young but promising Colorado fielded a very young buT promis- ing Team in 1966. Under The direcTion of player-coach Paul Golden and led by sTand- ouTs Jacques Chamberlain, Gordon Raw- ley, cmd Vic Feraris, CU showed iT could win againsT The besT Teams in The WesT - iTs mosT memorable games being wiTh The WesTern Lacross Conference Champion, Colorado College. BoTh games wiTh Colo- rado College wenT inTo double overTime, Colorado College won The TirsT game and CU, The second. The 1967 squad has cham- pionship poTenTial wiTh 29 of 33 players reTurning from The 1966 Team. Scores CU 14 Colorado State ....... ....... 5 14 Colorado State ..... ...... 7 8 Nofre Dame ............... ........... l 2 10 Colorado College ........... .......... 1 2 IO Denver Lacrosse Club ......... ........... 1 2 9 Denver Lacrosse Club ......... .......... l O 14 Denver University ......... ........... 3 12 Colorado College ........... ........... 1 1 4 Air Force Academy ....... ........... 1 1 11 Air Force Academy ....... ........... 1 4 rr' "NT 331 spirit - the belo bored term - finds meaning -H1 P 7 iq? 3 1 , 4.12.7 ' l 1 T 0 w iv -' " ' an ' ' in Vu.. J 1 Y- . 5 :VL . X . lg ' if i i -W ' egg' ' , if F' ' 4 P5 ' Q -41- i j i i ' ' ' ' ai li M 'ff ' + ,u H w Y 2 ?: - -u sq m,.,f'X-M Xu W , ff .aw J, "' v,v, lv fr! ffl " " ' 8 fu . 5 J sffff' , fm: , 54' 4 1 rw., 4 n f mf y: LMA- cq fx 'nl ,wi r . ..',.lQi, l H:5liv'f .., , . - .15 JA. 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He is aided by a competent staff, with Kayo Lam at the head of the business end and Fred "Buffalo Bard" Ca- sotti on publicity. Kayo Lam Fred Casotti Athletic Business Manager Athletic Publicity Director , 1 r .QQ ' "" ' L15--ij'fl2?f7., I' y ,lf ,I In v 0 Q5 A .- - ' ff f .. -1 -.. I A A v--0 Z if J If 73,-A F 'J' r' f ,Vx Q f ll L I' I 'qc-:Q r ff f' if .1 in 9 f Mi. 1' if Q' f' ,i'J',,f' P .fs ff' lm, K ,,,.s.. , -1 Hx, ., ki -Q set li' 3 tit' ., Y ,--iq . .V l-lin "tif ' -3'5" 'sg 5. A 49 E ff! S .Q , -Wie. is , 3, n. 'U -."". it-R WW SJ 1' if S+ 1. . fl . S yi- , N r 5 in 0, , fa 5 'W ft v it 5 , . - r 1 . Q 1 -5, 5332. gf ' 1 1 . 'L ' ., -'Q - 531 J ' , u ' J' ,X Jw 26 Q P-, an -"A . fa-V' E! if J, MD'-5 5.51,--,X , f nv? 'M J ' -ns" cos, 3 V 1 . ,. 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White Sigma Nu Phi Gamma Delta Chi Psi Baker Buffs Alpha Phi Omega Baker Buffs Sigma Phi Epsilon Delta Upsilon Baker Buffs Navy Sigma Phi Epsilon WATER POLO Gold Silver Dorm Independent All School SWIMMING Gold Silver Dorm Independent All School INDOOR TRACK Gold Silver Dorm All School BOWLING Gold Silver Dorm Independent All School Sigma Alpha Epsilon Chi Psi Baker Buffs Navy Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Chi Baker Buffs Navy Baker Buffs Sigma Nu Chi Psi Willard Sigma Nn Sigma Nu Zeta Beta Tau Baker Buffs Pershing Rifles Sigma Nu BASKETBALL Gold Silver Dorm Independent All School HANDBALL Gold Silver Dorm Independent All School BRIDGE Gold Silver Dorm Independent All School VOLLEYBALL Gold Silver Dorm Independent All School Phi Delta Theta Delta Upsilon Nichols Lions Newman Newman Phi Delta Theta Sigma Chi Boker Buffs Hobart Nichols Lions and Acacia Phi Sigma Delta Phi Kappa Psi Baker Buffs Dailys Dailys Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Chi Nichols Lions A. Math III Sigma Phi Epsilon f-'tat ' LGI! "' ' 1 - - Q? . . . cmd still more teams SOFTBALL Gold Silver Dorm lndependeni All School OUTDOOR TRACK Gold Silver Dorm Independent All School DECATHALON Gold Silver Dorm Independent All School TENNIS SINGLES Gold Silver Dorm Independent All School Sigma Alpha Epsilon Lambda Chi Alpha Quad Newman Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon Lambda Chi Alpha Baker Buffs GDI Baker Buffs Sigma Phi Epsilon Lambda Chi Alpha Quad Navy Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Nu Lambda Chi Alpha Baker Buffs H. While Baker Buffs , ,F ,., ,.....,:n . l P... ,.. active participation The Women's Intramural Program provides an opportunity for all Uni- versity women to participate in the many activities and sports offered. The on-campus league duals with the off-campus league in vieing for the title of all-school champion. Both the intramural and extramural sports afford opportunities for women of all levels of skill to par- take in active competition. The extramural clubs, basketball, gym- nastics, hockey, skiing, softball and tennis, enable women to compete in The lntramountain Conference consisting of fifteen universities and junior colleges. ' N- K A M' --iq " 5LV-,' ,- Dormitories ....... .,.... residences Boo rding Houses ....,. 376 341 f . -YV! vf' .YV -g .' 12" ' ' "' -,4 53'-'r , V ff. rr ' :xy ,fl -- -' ,V , ,,. ,,.' jf fr. 1, , V . , 1, . ,V V. ,V V 'GA' if A ' , " TZ: 5, 'f,,4'4f," :fl ' ' . ' .An V V' 'lit . " 1 ' it ff' . "," ' " " ' ,-. Q - . .f ' A -' , 'lj x- V f 4 . 1 VV - A Z-:'.4,,f:V.'?VVJfg'4.V Quff. 'G,4Q.VVt.-,:fy:,1,'V, agp' ,- ,19- .- SM' ' ' " ' T Www. V " 7- '- , 'V' '.VV'LV' -A g.f."i1. I' ' .V,fvJV,-', ' 1" ", 'M tg? A 1. 3, ' Z -ff' VJ! 42- -f -'G 1 s .-.. ., . ..w.,.-1.... 'Q 1 - st? 55- .. -uv. A jg. V51-w -an ,:,.'sri.+ '- V L' -545 ' val wwe.- ,-....-'- 3' i - ' e . -.few v-...Y V ,. .QJPV-F A "4 Vffiff 'if , 4 Awktru. -V V- ' ?!'i'1 . . V V A gb. mt 1. V V, , gn!! sb :Vins :. Q , 'CV"'T ' . 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T.-TTTT..TTTTTf-. ...,.T.,.....' TT ,- ,..........,, , . ,-. ,. ..T.+,.g,,-,,.-.T IT was auTumn when They TirsT came, Thousands of wide- eyed freshmen, swarming To Their dorms-eager, afraid. The Tips of aspen were Turning yellow, buT for Them iT was spring -The beginning of Their college careers. Some wiTh hesiTaTion and uncerTainTy, oThers wiTh su- preme confidence, They learned The Tirsf lessons of CU: how To TiT all Their cloThes in one half of one small room, how To find The Tule and Sink and The way back To The dorm, and how To geT along on Tour hours of sleep each nighT. They found ThaT rush was iusT whaT iTs name implied, a Time of Ten- sion, Tired feeT, Tears and glued-on smiles. They discovered That an IBM card or a liTTle whiTe envelope could hold The greaTesT ecTasy or The mosT wrefched hearfbreak. The lasT day of fraTerniTy rush found rushees eiTher rejoicing or miser- able. EiTher The Tension was gone and all faces were smiles or The pressure was building To oi forced, incompleTe decision. BuT eiTher way, The feeling was sTrong, The commiTmenT essenfial. The day The girls picked up Their bids, The UMC Ballroom was crowded wiTh boys who hid TriumphanT grins under Too-loud banTering, while girls embraced, screamed, or bursT inTo Tear-filled ioy. And once in awhile one opened her envelope and walked away very quieTly, very quickly, unnoTiced. The resulT was wrifren clearly on every face. where college life begins g i i - E. he l iw A 5 ii Hifi - , ri-. 5 Wm is jk f77wf. 1 They recovered from rush week and remembered why They had come To CU. New STudenT OrienTaTio-n Week gave Them Time To recuper- aTe, To wriTe a breaThIess leTTer home, To geT To know some of The many faces They'd seen, and To be- gin To make a dorm room feel like home. Sample lecTures, Tours, PresidenT Smiley's address, and Tradifions Night, when They learned school hisTory, songs and cheers, helped Them feel parT of This new world called CU. During This week, Too, There was a Judy Collins concerf, a sTreeT dance, placemenf Tesfing, and The slow realizaTion of each freshman Thaf There were oThers who felT a liTTle biT lonely, a liTTle loiT scared. iimlfk-E 1. .e::L.,,fzF,, 4 all ..r-i 1 il I' J4 jf Soon Their lives became many- TaceTed. STudies, dances, woodsies, acTiviTies, and romance became parT of Their world. BuT iT was here, To These dorm rooms, ThaT They came To seek refuge, To dream, To share a Triumph or a Trauma. They were shocked by some of The radical loe- liefs of oThers - and Then They learned To accepT. Candy bars and cokes, shaving- cream TighTs and all-nighT bull ses- sions helped To cancel The number of days Till vacaTion. ci dorm is to dream in if., , 353 ,agp J ke:-fs' 3-'ww ,A A ,,., . :.: .L X -1'2',!1'2l' Inf ? 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"Wa-N -, !6,43:"rf 55" :'.77'f, ga , f, i , ef jx Fr? -A.45m.4 W 1 nm, i I x . 5' ,now- , 3, ax ' -1-- gf, .,, ,.. y , - , f .-.. ' '23 ' ' .:.:' ":.J,:- ' 1 ,zu . , Qi 9313, A: 1: ,.I,f,,H.A..J . 4 .Ex ul' fvfff' Y Liss - , rw:-m..-JA -. ,. I-,:,ff ,. ,AV 2-3 pu., sw rr? x F, sin 1 1-in if. N H ..' I X " '- 4 ig, E M:-rx V r.. LR' - I ee' A I X ,. x 1 J L ,gg wi. ir in ini 1' rfz.. , Freshman camp gave freshmen, still feeling slight- ly bewildered and pressured, a refreshing interim in which to let Their minds run free. Approximately 350 counselors and freshmen Took buses to Estes Park on Friday afternoon, October 14. Friday night they saw Edward Albee's "The American Dream," completely directed and acted by students. lt was performed twice to give the viewers a better chance to grasp the meaning. Saturday night "The Parable" was presented. During the day, they heard speeches and then broke up into small groups with one counselor per group. These discussion groups gave them the opportunity to examine and express their own ideas in relation and contrast to the ideas of others. After the discussion, there were various dances and hootenannies. Some used their free time to continue their discussions, others to participate in volleyball, ping-pong, or hiking. This weekend of involvement with people and ideas and of self- searching and discovery was a stimulating intro- duction to the meaning of a university education. During homecoming, The dorms worked wiTh eoch oTher To creoTe moisTerpieces ouT of crepe poper ond nopkins, chicken wire ond ingenuify. The over-dll Theme, "How The WesT Wos Fun," inspired imdginoTions To Their uTmosT. IT wos ci Time for moiking new friends ond shoring wiTh old friends, o Time of wormfh ond lc1ughTer. ThroughouT The weekend, dll The dorms held open house so TholT boys ond girls could see eoch oThers' rooms. When The floc1Ts .were finished, freshmen joined in The snoke donce ond The bon- fire where cheers were led ond The home- coming queen findlisTs were inTroduced. The flooTs were dll plogued by The heovy wind, ond mony blew down severoil Times ond were cz mere shombles by The Time The iudges orrived. BuT The friendships ond The loughTer remoined. A week including hours of Tiresome work - mode fuTile by The weekend winds. a season of sharing friendship and laughter Coach Crowder introduces The fooflooll 'feom of CU's bonfire rally. L "I children shore dorm life .. . . . A, .. . . , . ,.,-. .1- ,- Q-5,-fnesgif .fv J -Las: rn- -ff ,"-s'fvST"g1:"'TLj1Y "L , ., A . H V , rf . f. . " ' Q - '.,,.. 1 . 'Q .'.., ,-,,A. -- . - , V 5. ,. -Q i f ..,. u-1TJ"ff'.4.".'Mf-.Mgr "' , ff- Q Q - -H A ' -- - 4 V . Y ,,,...-.sf .,,.,4, . t ,.,, ' ' ' ' ' -' 'sl 1 ...-nw" "'------ , . 5.1-'W - 4 ' A "1 Q41 .'? -"L..'.:..:-5 T ' M ' " ' '11'ff5f-,A-"., l" 2 . ., ' - Z ' ' A-'.' 1' .T 'P'-'T-V X' 'l f-:.':" . T " mf. j"4Q,2:.-" ' T 3 5'-f7g',2 rg i ,, 'Alibi' ' - '3 .-Qisffg -""' , M, Childrens Day, sponsored by RHA, added a new dimension of sharing To The dorms. Children from Colo- rado ChrisTian Home, SainT Clara's Orphanage, ST. VincenT's Home Tor Boys, and Children's AsThmaTic Re- search InsTiTuTe and HospiTal were broughT by bus To BrackeTT Field. Each child had Two sponsors, usu- ally a freshman boy and girl, who meT him aT The bus and spenT The day wiTh him. ATTer showing The children The campus, They aTe lunch in The dorms and Took Them To The CU-Air Force game. The Kittredge Commons' snack bor. ca place to find someone to listen Their lives loegcin to tcike on pottern ond dimension ond to loronch out from their dorms. They discovered new friends, stud- ies, cxctivities, ond romance. The dorm was often merely o ploce to rest their books while they cite or to change clothes hostily between o class ond o dote. But it wos still the hub of their lives, the home to which they returned to tolk over dotes ond home- work ond new ideos. pdf' a T ' ' l Q ' ' '. , 9 Pl: , A. , I "ii .I it J? ,Lt rf? if ' 1 ,A 'L is The fc1lI's firsf snow cotches The campus cmd its Trees unprepared for winter. winter brings snow excitement ,-wg -V :,, .. N H v :- f X5L97MMWw.mmRFw A-, pg . ,qi Q' .v .I- N ' ' . 1 vs. -Qt' N - 0' 5 -D-1 , xf- Q '15 A K .I as-rl! ig? L7-A ' 4 y A ' ' . 4, L af-'Q - '51 ', 'I , - 1 .Lt J.- - ' ' .mv 4 4. -L4 L-.......,- .gi The firsT snow fell, charging The air wiTh anTicipaTion of winTer. Fresh- men forging Through driffs To class sfopped To Throw snow over The heads of friends, have brief snow- ball skirmishes, or huddle Togefher To plan ski Trips. They bundled in fluffy coaTs and ski parkas, ear- muffs and The inevifable high boofs. Every face was rosy and Though The firsT snow was lighT, The ski fever was already in Their eyes. . H Q , 5' :Qi 4 i 6 suddenly no one but As finals approached, Tension began To creep inTo The dorms, and The snow fighTs and The laughTer only helped freshmen puT off for a mo- menT The sTudying They should have been doing all semesTer. WiTh final week, They reTreaTed To Their dorms for a brief hibernaTion. QuieT hours were broken aT regular inTervals by sudden bursTs of penT- up energy, released like a blown-up balloon, afTer Too many hours of Too much sTudying under Too much pressure. Tempers exploded, They laughed when noThing was funny, smoked Too many cigareTTes, drank Too much coffee, sTayed up all nighT, and regreTTed iT The nexT day. :li I . . ,, l i , l .. J l ,V 9' l E' l T li x. E' ' 1 i l T I X - - .-:W .,. :Lv Y.HEm,i .yi '15 fl yourself l The end-of-finals iubilaTion was nowhere so ob- vious as in The dorms. For The freshmen, final exams were a Tesf noT only of infelligence buf of adiusTmenT and of growTh. They feIT far older and wiser Than They had ThaT long-ago day of regis- TraTion. Amid a flurry of reioicing and exuberant parT- ings, war-whoops and banging doors, They dis- appeared for semesfer break - To parTy, To ski, To relax, To play, To forgeT - leaving The dorms eerily silenT and deserTed. ca time of rejoicing cmd forgetting ' 3654? W M Q' film: A 1. -,.,. 1 Sher ,a f . .5 I ' 1 - A1 -'q,','1i"' "i'2ff4s."aa'n ' ' """"I-li'-.nbiw.J I I Y'-5' ' F ' 'fri'-Efs.5T..,:TV ,qui . -.. .4' -"--I 4. --.LS ia- 3 495 ,Lf - , my . . . , ' T.--1-+1-13-A"'iL?i-if1'f?lTz,QgEg:51 f ,ww '..,Q,aA5::gf:jQ fig-.T Hg fl -1- 'S " .-s-v-'J' if 'ambfj 'f if-!9"r:m-wr ,,fn:.L Q .., xx 2 3 g,.,-2 ,- A ... ag?" - ,,........ 7.fQ,,..--f., - ia.- -ffxzn. ' -"-',-5 , T f za- , ' .ar , "" ..-'.' ' "M" .sr w..'5.1f '+, ,gfg,,W,,... . 9 'A xxfhvfifm Y A '..'s- Any. . V E , I I s, L J' "'-E . -'- ' ll' - V sv Y A,.- KE .,., ., :xl m ' ' H ..,.v' N 1 x l 1 1 i 4 I N spring mcidness in the dorms With the first whisper of spring, girls tried on their bathing suits and started crash dieting while boys lined the walks and steps to watch the girls. Studies were often replaced by day-dreaming-each his own special dream, but all about the spring. As the wintry numbness that had settled over the dorms began to lift, a sort of elec- tric madness infected them. Boys dropped water balloons from dorm windows on groups of giggling girls, and later the same boys and girls parted reluctantly at dormitory doors. Windows were thrown wide open, and the scent of fresh-mown grass and the sound of laughter filled the empty rooms. sunburns and sandals 7 The dorm lawns, so long a stretch of trampled white, were covered then with sunbathers, impromptu co-ed ball games, couples walking hand in hand or lying in the grass - playing at studying. lt was a time of newness, of water tights and romance, of motorcycles and parties and bare feet, of sunburns and sandals, of a lagging interest in classes and a re- newed interest in life and people. The dorm halls echoed with silence as the freshmen poured outside, covering the lawns and poolsides, bursting with irre- pressible energy and unlived dreams. -1 i 1 If 371 ,Y . Cl yeclr of discovery, CI time And now They are almosT ready To leave The dorm. A few are looking back, cherishing The memory of all They have discovered here - The Things They learned abouT life and people. BUT mosT of Them are look- ing ahead, Their eyes fixed eagerly on Their new freedom, Their hearTs singing wiTh The Tufure. They will forgeT many Things - The candy bars and cokes, The shaving cream and hair spray, The broken cigareTTe machine. BUT The Things ThaT They discovered here - in These dorm rooms - have become more a parT of Them Than They will ever know. to cherish dorms reveal to freshmen the meaning of freedom It was here that they learned to adiust to little irritations - being in by ll:OO, standing in line for a shower, a washing machine, and their food. Here they learned to share ironing boards, clothes, lecture notes, thoughts, and dreams. Here they learned to know people, here they found some who cared about the same things they did, and here they learned to live with those who did not share their loves, their hates. Slowly their opinions gained form through conscious ex- pression, and, slowly, some ideas were changed or new ones formulated. Here, standing barefoot waiting for a shower or dashing madly across campus to the cafeteria before it closed or throwing themselves breath- lessly through a dormitory door at twelve seconds to eleven, they gained the right to freedom. And, however unconsciously, they learned freedom's meaning. They will never be quite the same. 'nfl 'il A boarding houses Halloween parTy aT The College Inn the search for freedom lf The dorm is a place Tor sharing, The boarding house is The search for freedom. To boarders, Their house represenTs a chos- en home of Their own. lT symbolizes The breaking away from The herd and The de- liberaTe choice of a cerTain life. Here, aparT from The consTanT noise of The dorm and The consTanT demands of The Greek house, They had The Time To care. In Their own rooms, They pursued The privaTe dream and, perhaps, discovered Them- selves - The TirsT sTep in The process of giving. T Jv1-.-...1.evi.,,f- - ta: i 1 xi 1.1. N . V,-,gi,i,'M ' HMI ' ii l l i . 4 i i i RJ i li l x CAMEO BOARDING HOUSE: Joy Weinstein, Judy Howenstein, Diane Demis, Peggy Parr, Janet Pitman, Leslie Seeberg, Jane Innes, Sally Dean, Linda Robison, Imelda Dykes, Gwen Cavnor, Liz Hock, Sondra Jones, Lynn Fisher. upperclassmen find advantages in boarding house living CAMEO BOARDING HOUSE: Penny Ponfiff, Shirley Lipscomb, Lynn Siarfzman, Stormy Powell, Francis Lennarfz, Jane Rowland, Judy Howensrein. L li i l "lT's noT heaven, buT iT sure beaTs living in a dorm." Conveniences such as less crowded rooms and sTucly areas, more and beTTer food, and perhaps even a swimming pool draw many sTudenTs Toward boarding - house living. For The women, The more gaily painTed and decoraTed rooms, The carpered floors, and The more comforTable living and dining areas provide an aTTracTion. For boTh men and wom- en The nonexisTenT meal lines and The less crowded, herolflike cere- mony of lock-up are a welcome change from The freshman year. HOFF'S BOARDING HOUSE: Fronl Row: CharloTTe Homsher, Paf Palogonia, Donna Mandel, Lindo Combs, Marilyn Kroegar, Jen- ny D-or Azio. Second Row: Vickie Romeo, Mary Dory, Sue Gar- l-loTf's Boarding House. Kay Johnson, Judy Reseigh, Diane Palmer, Esfer Harris, Randolph, Carol Lee Johnson. Third Row: Judy Pedoito, Lamb, Trina Beatty, Kerrie Weisel, Karen Boss, Leslie Benny Boris, Vickie Hamish, Wendy Steffen, Dottie Weber. ci boarding house is ci lock of meol lines ond loneliness COLONIAL BOARDING HOUSE: Front Row: Jo Carol Smith, Carol Porter, Donna Hyldahl, Bonnie Bell, Joan Hiatt, Joan Kreitler, Myra Rotenberg. Second Row: Shirlyn Snow, Betsy Malcolm, Jeanie Demong, Barbara Schaffner, Suzanne Horn, Patricia Jaeger, Mrs. Helen Gammel, Patti Formichelli, Sara Creed, Becky Patterson, Anne McKiever. Third Row: Kathie Vance, Christine Goodwin, Martha Ennis, Starr McLeran, Rodeane Widom, Cindy Clinger, Mary Kay Sheridan, Kathy Harrigan, Jean Salten, Meri Hail, Susy Marion, Mary Lindsay. .FT l COLONIAL BOARDING HOUSE: Front Row: Dathel Hull, Dian Coleman, Jill Riegel, Betsy Glaser, Judy De Witt. Third Row: Donna Smitherman Shelagh Goodhue, Janie McMann, Seri Kukla, Susie Butterfield, Joan Taylor, Jan Hauck, Pat Whiteaker, Linda Polvogt, Kay Walter, Karen Heckel, Karen Vaughn Hartley, Georgia Otterson, Marianne Hussey. Second Row: Jane Breckenridge, Nancy Simpson, Laurel Hilton, Elaine Stermlon, Laura Roten, Leslie Freehlsng Carolyn Smith, Kathy Powell, Judy Katt, Jane De Loach, Andrea Biel, Marla Leslie Smith. "fe-J"'i TIF' V - J " 179 F' E ' "'Vwfs- . "fl , Y .. g- ' -" 4" Fe E .:.:: eg , , l J.,- i' ' Z ' - Q TM .-5 A5'F,fif5 ,. --.ft 2.41 ' -'-- L -W 'i illlttiiallani lite 'Ti' t ,t i- - I i 'Iii ' ', ,,,.l..., . in lv. is I .tx l, I, l. '1 I t I lyk' FCP, 1 ,I in 1 L Y-77 DUNNELUS BOARDING HOUSE: Front Row: Linda Brough- ton, Pete Blitt, Ed Stapleton, Rich Leibundgut, Bruce Schults. Second Row: Jo Graber, Sally Griffin, Beth Fish, Adelia C1 .1 2 T7 C115 Kearny, Nancy Phipps, Nancy Ambrose. Third Row: Lori Berland, Jackie Phillips, Nancy Carlson, Renee Larrey, Laura Watt. Fourth Row: Pam Kelps, Nancy Griggs, Jerre Grabow, Candi Miller, Ann McElroy. friendship cmd no dishes to wash DUNNEl.L'S BOARDING HOUSE: Front Row: Ken Sullivan Geoff Atwell, Greg Taylor, Ray Ashby, Fred Bradfordl Second Row: Alma Grabow, Jan Gualtieri, Sherry Leach Lorraine Bonavida, Pam Allgire, Phyllis Cowan. Third Row Marti Middelson, Luci Harding, Marilee Haase, Lynn Rob- bins, Christen Bemis, Connie Wolff, Dietra Brown, Sharon Hanley. Fourth Row: Candi Miller, Judy Clark, Mickey Mi- chel, Karen McDutf, Brenda Wright, Gail Wahrenberger, Jane Carr. Fifth Row: Steve Schroeder, Bruce Schults, Pete Blitt, Lawren Ethrodge, Judy Rhodes, Janet Rotz, Cappie Fine. 4, ,. W.- .... ,. .W- f sa '57 Dreher hashers clean up after the DREHER BOARDING HOUSE: Front Row: Gene Killiam, Milt Blakey, Gary Arko, Duane Hills, Bob Hyatt, Pot Scanlan, Carl Schurman. Second Row: Wanda Palermo, Rick Reynolds, John Patla, Rod Jenkins, Edwin Dreher, Carmen Dreher, Janie Miller, Barbara Lombardi. Third Row: Jim Koleski, Mary Beth Emery, Christine Clarke, Susan Wanger, Sherry Gerbrache, Cynthia Dreher, Joanne Dreher, Amy Davis, Shirley Palermo. Fourth Row: Kay Williams, Bob Hoerlein, Laura Winterfield, John Driver, Joe Derotar, Cathy Griffith, Ron Merriman, Chuck Mincer. Fifth Row: Steve Kinghorn, John Ackeson, Lois Weisgerber, Mary Jacobsmeyer, Heidi Kessler, Jeff McCormack, Nancy Jorgenson. Sixth Row: Steve Newell, Gary Goodnight, Bill Babcock, Don Schurman, Barry Thompson, Steve Zinnia, Mike Kleineider. meal. l For the male resident, the boarding house provides almost all the con- veniences and freedom of apart- ment living, besides giving him three good hot meals a day and no dishes to wash. The men's boarding houses are places of comradery and horseplay, but they also offer a quiet atmosphere for the serious g student. 385 V' A A ef:-L Y Seas - iisgsviix -.L r"-, w'-r. SPANISH HOUSE: George Porta, Deborah Sedgwick, Concha Marilee McGough, Sue Martin, Jeff Quiggle, Josie Mares, Judy Madrid, Gonzolo Ponce, Nancy Savarese, Tomero Vazquez, Simms, Hector lriada, Ron Mitchell. For Those Truly inTeresTed in acquiring an in,-depTh speaking knowledge in a foreign language as preparaTion for a Teaching career or Travel and schooling in Europe, The language houses provide an orhevvise unobTainable opporTuniTy. The Spanish and French Language houses provide sruclenrs inTeresTed in These languages The chance To converse freely in Their chosen language While going abour Their daily rouTines. FRENCH HOUSE Front Row: PaT Jessier, Skee Vogt, Pom Sremon, Joann Nelson, Klaus Buchler Second Row Collette Riboulef, Sue Collins, Mrs. Rarbok, Jodie Rouse, Tina Garland Leslie Fried Third Row: Marcella Murphy, Michael Sfiversa, Marge Harmon, Susan Pavlica Heidi Von Welizien, Karen Riley, Joann Geusiemaria, Sandra Moriariz Pot Brooking Laura Baker, Mimi Dean, Lothar Reimann. ci living group is l i i 1 5 l l i l HUNTER'S LODGE: Front Row: Doug Evans, Bill Dieter, George Freeman, Betty Lockwood, Ruth Lawrence, Susan Schopt, Peter Cotter, Jaffy, Guy Wood, Don Schaffer. Second Row: Sue Smith, Albricht, Sam Johnson. Fourth Row: Ed Howard, John Schreiner, Mrs. Clark, Mary Lou McReynolds, Linda Barbour, Mrs. Hunter, Kally, Meeke, Harvey Mann, Ron Hall, Mike Kennedy, Erik Peggy Arndt, Lynn Homewood. Third Row: John Lemmo, Dave Romeberg. The Men's Co-op has long been known as a haven for libertar- ian conservatives, however, this year, mindful of the current sentiment regarding discrimination against minority groups in student organizations, the management is proud to announce the acquisition of a "house Socialist." The Co-op's most organized activity is the erection ofthe annual ' ' homecoming display. Students who missed last year's are ad- t d I vised to look for the '67 display which promises to be much more disgusting than ever. - Men's Coop MEN'S CO-OP: Front Row: Herb Herndon, Mike Vandamm, Bill Wetherow, Jack Newton, Bill Heckt, Joseph Haase. Second Row: Richard Rohmonn, Robert Clark, Andy MacMillan, Horny Buck, William Gray, Tommie Wagner, Theodore Keller, Dennis Pitts, Christensen. Third Row: Richard Joachim, Richard Goldmann, Russell Oberg, Robert Stevens, Dave Gilstrap, Charles Hansen, Niles Flancers. I-ASNE! sigma chi forced to accept boarding house status Due to last year's ruling by the Board of Regents, Sigma Chi is no longer recognized officially as a fraternity but as a boarding house. Although Sigma Chi is no longer a member of IFC or the Greek system, the traditions on which it has been built refuse to die so easily. This was the eighteenth year for the annual Sigma Chi Derby, which has become a tradition not only of Sigma Chi but of CU itself. , 1715 Aurora Avenue. 4 ' T , 1 ' fmB'H.MHa1geys I- . WLIg!TkHoH'mbn M2333 Jbhnsoq H Qimpiongenfsel mimi 4J.KenneJyXg,..N -W ,ALZ , , Eii X km mf , 1' Raliiuxjxh iR.,Jl.:ayman 1 V' iB2 McBride R. Mi:BridE ' I. Mufay M. Nielsen A., Scarth . A. Timothy W. Txypn P. 'Vellengo , N H 1 H, uw Y , 2 " 1. E 5 M 22, I .H Eng Q ,. fi Sigma Chi Derby began early on a freezing cold morning, buT The sororiTy girls and The male girl-vvaTchers Turned ouT en masse for a day of exciTemenT and fun. The mud dive, The fish-and-egg bash, and musical chairs wiTh waTer buckeTs allowed ample opporTu- niTy for The girls To release all Their aggres- sions, buT They improvised by adding im- prompTu snowball and mud TighTs. EvenTs such as The limbo conTesT and The dressing of a Sigma Chi pledge broughT ouT The girl's agiliTy, creaTiviTy, and TalenT. In addifion To developing uniTy and spiriT wiThin The sorori- Ties, The Derby provided- an opporTuniTy Tor The pledges To geT To know each oTher and To ioin TogeTher in a spiriT of unresTrained Tun. mud-diving and snowball fig hts, a moment of abandonment and unity, friendship, and laughter Depa rTmenTaI ...... 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Remember Then, To Tci ke The Time To lisfen, To lough, To finol Cl frienol, To heor The whisper oibove The cocophony of The crowd. special interest from snow bunnies to super skiers The largesT club on The CU campus, Univer- siTy of Colorado Skiing, made up of The Buff Ski Club and The CU Racing Club, offers The exhilaraTion of involvemenT To everyone inTeresTed in skiing - from The mosT inepT beginner To The seasoned ex- perT, from The lodge-bound snow bunny To The racing super-skier. The club owns a lodge, open on weekends and vacarions, in GeorgeTown. Each year, The club sponsors several Trips To some of The biggesT ski areas. The Club makes all The arrangemenTs for The Trips, including lodging and TransporTaTion, and oTTen organizes a parTy To enhance The so- cial end of a Tun weekend of skiing. This year, a beginners' Trip To Breckenridge, Two Trips To Vail and Two To Aspen were Taken. The club's meeTings hold someThing of in- TeresT To everyone, ski movies, Talks by Tamous skiers, and Tree liTT TickeTs given away as door prizes were some of The highlighTs This year. The club also spon- sored oTher dry land acTiviTies, such as a ski swap and fashion show and an occa- sional, purely social geT-TogeTher, such as a TuncTion aT The Buff Room. edu. shi N WX -in 397 45 E l CU SKIING OFFICERS: Front Row: Leigh Wailesg Connie Aikensp Kathy Bob Groyy Wolf Colligang George Kern, Ken Shewifzg Dick Bounclyg Gribbensg Clayton Dorng Helen Russell, Mary Bielefeld. Second Row: Rich Wildouy Mike Grabeeg Dr. Bowler. Skiers load up for The skiing weekend X em' fly-ygffff 'i'llF, -- 1 .',7, LQ:-,,ri1d"' 'ff c: long weekend W of skiing- 'Q the perfect ' study-breclk the flying club gives ci new glimpse of' the old world The Buff Flying Club was organized in i957 to promote general aviation and provide low-cost flying for the students, faculty, and staff of the University. This year it sponsored low-cost air- plane rides to acquaint the public with aviation. These short sightseeing trips enabled many local residents and students to enioy aerial views for the first time of the C U campus, the Flati- rons, the Continental Divide, and Pikes Peak. A tour of the United Airlines Training Center at Stapleton Inter- national Airport provided the members their first glimpse of the exciting world of airline flying. Inspection of a Boeing 727 jet- liner and "flying" the iet simulators provided were highlights of the tour. A member of the Buff Flying Club may progress from ci modest beginning as a student pilot and achieve the necessary skill and knowledge of a private and then a commercial pilot. Advanced courses are available for instrument and multi-engine ratings and aerobatics. This spring the club leased an additional Cessna 150 to satisfy the growing number of new student pilots. 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The unique purpose of Calico and Boots is not simply to teach square dancing and hold weekly dances but to instill in people the love and the ioy of beautiful dancing. The club teaches many different dances, including waltzes, polkas, and tolk dances. Calico and Boots' particular style ot dancing is recognized as tar as the east coast. Their excellent square dance exhibition team has toured Colo- rado and has even danced in New York's Rocker- teller Center. The beauty and grace of an art form are devel- oped, also, by members ot the Judo Club. The Judo Club specializes in sport iudo tor both men and women, rather than in self-defense. During the year, the Judo Club was active in many re- gional tournaments and meets. While Judo regu- lations allow only men to compete in the tourna- ments, women in the club occasionally participate in judo exhibitions and are active spectators at the tournaments. "L if ., is i'T"???" .fg."f' .Q-2:3212 -Z: ,.i.-' -' 1...-vi' ' -,,,. N . i o x, 'a l Q- Q I I H 1 l J? In I V' if Q becluty through fo rm 1. 'M ' ip ' il'l'E!1""tl - . --.... -.rf , - . 1-...J - ' The excitement ot close contact between actor and audience in Theater 300. An unusual honorary special-interest service organization which purports to be merely a group ot students interested in the theater but which actually man- ages to get quite a bit accomplished is the Players' Club. It allows a person interested in the theater to select the areas of particular interest to him. Tech- nically responsible for Theater 300, its volunteer work is a main factor in keep- ing the theater running smoothly, and it acts as an open house to keep involve- ment in the theater alive. 44 r xiii-Q Arab Week is climaxed in Sunday night performances. One of The greatest benefits offered by The University of Colorado is The bringing Together of students noT only from all over The country but from all over The world. To encour- age students To Take advantage of This benefit, groups have been or- ganized To acquaint Them with The peoples, customs, cultures, and his- Tories of other lands and To promote The exchange of ideas between peo- ple of different countries. Such a group is The Arab Club, whose members aTTempT To digest The knowledge and culture open To Them here and To Take iT back To Their people and, in return, To represent The besT of Their beliefs and heritage and expose them To The American people. an exchange of culture ARAB CLUB - Front Row: Samir Zakhem, Nadiga Al- Sayed, Naidat Mahmood, Abdul Malik Al-Sayed, Mo- hammad Zeya, Mohammed Y. Muhammad, Ahimed , Khaiah. Second Row: Mohammed Zainol lraani, Mrs. Ellinghause, Marouf Al-Shalabi, Ruth Goldstein, Ha- iar M. Haiar, Kathy Luclki, 'Abdulla Al-Sebaiye, Judy Ariya, Marwan Al-Sayed, Jane Dimit, Patricia Nice. Third Row: Nix Namen, Saleh Bakhrabah, Abdul Aziz Al-Chalabi, Patti Palmetier. Fourth Row: Sally Mau' sour, Gladys Doty, Verse Garcia, Gyl Walldrop, Mrs. Walldrop, Karin Tuck, Hassan Subbi, La Vahman, Room Custodian, Salih Redaini, Jefry Arriza, Josephine Ar- riza, Sahira Al-Sayed. Fifth Row: Leonard Arnowitz, Patt Kremer, Mrs. Ownby, Abdul Abdul, Arnold Krantz, Irving R. Feldman, Mary Fletch, George Doty. Sixth Row: Abdul Wahhab Al-Mausouing Antiwan, George Mussalli. 406 Kenkyu Club, designed to introduce the public to Japan, held a Japan Festival consisting of a Japanese dinner, entertain- ment, an exhibit of Japanese articles, and a sale of Japanese merchandise. It also sponsored free monthly cultural programs, including movies and slides about Japan, music recitals, and demonstrations. The Hawaiian Club, to acquaint mainland- ers with the culture and customs of the Islands, presented films and slides, along with Hula lessons and Glee Club singing and the annual Hawaiian Club Luau. The club also took on a new task this year: that of promoting an exchange of ideas on an international level through the Interna- tional Center. To encourage friendship and understand- ing among all people of the Western Hemi- sphere, the Latin American Club sponsored Spanish classes for beginning and advanc- ed- students, discussions of Latin American culture and literature, lectures about the Latin American countries in their days of independence, and presentations of native dances and folk music of Spanish America. On Pan American Day, they held the Latin American Festival of Hope and Friendship, dedicated to all outstanding Latin Ameri- cans who have been attempting for cen- turies to realize the dream of real Pan Americanism. The French Club promotes interest in the French culture and language and affords an opportunity for those already involved in French to practice it in conversations dur- ing French coffee hours and to learn as- pects of the French culture through films, lectures, and parties. With the French house, they held a French Christmas party with dancing and refreshments, starring Pere Noel, the French version of Santa Claus. LATIN AMERICAN CLUB - Front Row: Gonzalo Ponce, Liliana Ayala, Enilda Robles, Rodolfo Sotobello, Salvador Guzman, Judy Vega, Jose De La Torre. Second Row: Arnoldo Rosenberg, Joan Cunningham, Wilda Wong, Maria Elena Maile, Rosario Gonzalez, Olivia Santos, Hector Perez Teiada. Third'Row: Luis Sotomayor, Cecilia Siu, Joan Oechsle, Pat O'Keefe, Juan Azcui, Pedro Garcia. KENKYU CLUB - Front Row: Joel Sana, Douglas Tashiro, Otto Furuta, Benn Haley, Tom Haas, Bob White. Second Row: Fukiko Funaki, Colette Sweet, Leslie Nielson, Mary Jane Okada, Lor- raine Sano, Susann Wheeler, Terri Swan, Ann Dominquez, Grace Tokunaga. Third Row: George Hernandez, Gale Yamagata, Diane Traylor, Phyllis Kawakami, Iris Yasui, Mieko Nakamura, Brenda Sekiya, Alice Marita. Fourth Row: Ellen Nakatsu, Lynn Nogushi, Karen Takamatsu, Roger Suekama, Yoshi Ogino, Paul Carter, John Umemoto, Akiko Mishima, Tita Zigurs, Chomi Yamacla. Fifth Row: Brad Endo, Paul Peam, Charles Cowan, John Coffer, Ron Taoka. V 'fi I Q ' I , 11 HAWAIIAN CLUB - Front Row: Norman Sato, Ken Nakamura, Larry Shigeta, Vernon Ching, Francis Wakasugi. Second Row: Jan Ishibashi, Jamie Leong, Gale Yamagafa, Archie Kubits. Third Row: Wayne Asam, Matt Buan, Wanda Hiroki, Garrif Yamada. cl variety of clubs, peoples, cmd ways FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS - Miss Mirow, June Kubick, Susan Geer. .xx 7'-Q 4 4 E Cosmo Club ChrisTmas Ball Queen, Gail Wallace. international CosmopoliTan Club is concerned vviTh inTernaTional undersTanding and friendship above all else. lTs weekly Wednesday coffee hours provide an opporTuniTy To meeT people from all over The world. As well as coffee and informal con- versaTions, The meeTings are spiced wiTh inTeresTing programs, ranging from music To debaTes. The pro- grams Typify The culTures noT only of America buT of all counfries. Cosmo's year was high-lighTed by many dances and parTies. AT Hal- loween The cosTumes Took on an in- TernaTional flair giving everyone a chance To bring ouT his TavoriTe na- Tional cosTume. The old-fashioned European ChrisTmas was The Theme of Cosmo's TradiTional ChrisTmas Ball. COSMO CLUB CABINET - Front Row: Anna Dominguez, John Colfer, Gail Wallace, James Nduru, Susann Wheeler. Second Row: George Lesser, .lack Calnan, Abdulla El Sebaiye, Dave Axfell, l , El7hi-. ! .ii-I ,1.lni....Q.l!!HI..L-lla friendship and understanding COSMOPOLITAN CLUB - Front Row: Shivanand Patil, Jamed Buchanan, Maria Elena Meiia, Gilbert Wilson, Lee Thompson, Harv Mahan, Donald Wood, Jeanie Makowski, Kshifii Mohan, Kathleen Ellinghaus, Marauf Al Chalabi, Richard Siquig, George Lesser, James Nduru. Second Row: Ther- ese Colin, Gonzalo R. Ponce, June Kubick, Mohammad Afzal Nadeem Malik, Loxie Ann Richardson, Andelrham Giorgis, Mary Lindsay, Alema- yehu Asres, Kaisa l-lannula, George Musulli, Azzani Al Ofaibi, M. Z. lraani, Suresh Chandra, Tami Mansfield, Joel Sono, Renee Larrey, Susann Wheeler, Anna Dominguez. Third Row: Jorge Villanueva, Annika Wiren, Lars Hoivik, Wendy Neel, Asko Valkosalo, Norva Foss, Phil Marlin, Elling Myklebusf, Inge Fretheim, Anionia Kunder, Patricia Schreirer, Mick Migel, Ferdinand Velez, Dwan Shipley. Fourth Row: Glenn Mitchell, Param lnclar Singh, Darrol Draper, Olivia Santos, Enilda Robles, Lillian Amala, Guer- doian Capal, Jack Calnan, Jo Ann Skrotsky, Abdullah Dabbaeh, Alexis Lenzini, George Coffer, Gloria Kiefmon, Veronika Senn, Ralph Lang, Gail Wallace, Karin Boklund, John Coffer, Dave Axtell. 1-ll fir . 4 ASSOCIATED NORWEGIAN STUDENTS - Front Row: Tuger-Lise Andresen, Einar Gundersen, Per Anti, Oycind Roth, Donald Solvong, Hialmar Ottesen, Carl-Erik Berentsen. Second Row: Per Terie Andresen, Lars Vrail Johansen, Gunnar-Erik Eiklid, Aud Roth, Finn Bugge, Knut Skottum, Helene Skattum, Yngvar Bugge. Third Row: Vostein Andreas Grytten, Arild Moen, Ever Bakke, Rolf Prydz, Asbiorn Kvarnmen, Kirsten Glad Kvommen, Sverre Andersen, Laila Andersen. The Association of Norwegian Stu- dents was established to help stu- dents in foreign countries with their financial and social problems and to provide information to students who are planning to get an educa- tion abroad. Their cultural program includes such activities as a spring Norwegian Night with folk dancing, movies, music, and samples of Nor- wegian food. The Festival Chorus, iust completing its twentieth season, specializes in performing the great choral master- pieces. The outstanding event of the year was its Christmas production of Handel's Messiah, assisted by the University Symphony Orchestra. ln April, the chorus performed Beetho- ven's Mass in C Maior and Carl Orff's Carmina Burana. escape from bureaucracy through music, culture cmd FESTIVAL CHORUS CU HIKING CLUB - Left to Right: John Lewis, Ted Martner, Ted Chapin. Bottom to Top: Dave Dell, Jill Powell, Jane Lord, Wayne Goss, Larry Dalke. The Hiking Club aims to stimulate enjoy- ment ot out-of-doors activities such as hik- ing, camping, and climbing in the moun- tainous regions ot Colorado. Such activity encourages a unique philosophy ot inter- dependence and comradeship, which, aside from being an integral part of mountain- eering safety, also provides a break from the intense competitiveness of twentieth- century college lite. The club's schedule of trips includes easy hikes, many ascents ot Colorado's high peaks, rock climbing and instruction, and occasional two week vacation expeditions to other areas. Colorado contains some of the most beautiful wilderness in the world, and the Hiking Club provides one of the best introductions to mountaineering avail- able to the CU student and one ot the most exciting escapes from the tedium ot institutional bureaucracy. -vp-, - the outdoors iii 2-7552 v ' ""Qb--" X ' MQ .-If" ii, . ' mi ' . ' J'f , Lrg. .....,..,,- .,.. w1r: . ,.'r ,4""' 4 .if 1- t"!"'-"" 4 books are locked up For winter carnival Winter Carnival i967 began on February 25 with two full days ot ski and fun races at Lake Eldora. The Carnival Week was topped off with three nights ot entertain- ment, including an all-school function held in the freezing cold of Lake Eldora, a semi- formal dance, and the crowning of King Winter and the Snow Queen. Imagination and enthusiasm were the only requirements for the competitive events such as,the Snow Scultpure Contest and the Ice-Block Race. Ice-block racing has become one ot the most competitive events to be held on the Boulder campus. weekend Winter Carnival provided fun, competitive spirit, and a much appreciated respite from the books for many CU students. lt initially appears that this was the goal of the Car- nival - fun and games for everyone. But to the group of students who worked to- gether all year to organize the Carnival and make it a success, it was more than a long weekend of fun. lt gave them an op- portunity to gain experience in organiza- tion, to strengthen student-faculty relations, and to become deeply involved in a project very close to the heart of CU. WINTER CARNIVAL GENERAL COMMITTEE - Front Row: Jeff Kohr, Ed Kopetz, Ira Auslander, Lyn Cohn, Ted Cohn, Mike Finnegan. Second Row: Mike Graber, Dan Mancini, Dick Best, Larry Cowen, Karon Nelson, Karen Sawyer, Kathy Gibson. The annual Winter Carnival Ice-Block Race. ef: XX " M ' Q eng 4 - . - 4+ W X XXXXaXQ1e XX XX XIX x H In .3 - ' ' IX., V M' 's.., , XX X X Y 5 A XX 'XXX"'XXX XX X mf XX X, X iwlix' X XX fs X ' '-we X .gg X XXX XXXX use XX AQ. M XX ' ,V '1 1 wi.. km.. ' 2 X V X55 " XXX XX - XX- we X 4,11 sf-X .. -4 ii. ,4 1, s. 4' 911' -E A XX XX 'W za . XXXX XXX XYXXXQHEVXXXXXQ- H v X XX XX XX ,up , TTWXXE ' . X. sv., 'V iexak' ' XX N,,, X XXX 1 if '- . 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Fourth Row: Debbie Frizen, Karol Goddard, Lucy Powell, Ronnie Gold, Sue Alpori. This year The men of DelTa Upsilon chose TwenTy-nine coeds as DU Darlings. The DU Darlings represenT a cross secfion of The Top freshmen, sophomore, and junior girls. Chosen for Their personaliTy, poise, con- genialify and scholasiic abiliTy, These girls ioin The members of The house in such ac- TiviTies as rush, Teas, and open houses. Each is Truly an individual, and Togeiher They form an oufsfanding, dynamic group which assisis The DU's in Their many acTiv- iTies. The prime concern of Experimenial Cinema is To presenT avanT-garde films made by independenf film makers. The Experimen- Tal Cinema also includes media-mix and IighT show presenTaTions, local and group film-making efforTs, slide shows, and poef- ry readings. 9-1'C"'O i sv fs' 4 depcl rtmentcll distinct groups with The Associated Engineering Students, the official or- ganization of the students of the College of Engineer- ing, provides communication between the students and faculty of the college. Through its honor societies, AES encourages a professional spirit, inspiring students to prepare themselves for a rewarding lifetime career. AES is headed by a Control Board, composed of presi- dents of all its affiliated organizations. Through this board, AES coordinated such diverse groups as mech- anical, civil, and aeronautical engineering. proud aims This year AES held technical movies at noon, conduct- ed tours of maior industrial installations, established an extensive tutoring service, hosted visiting lecturers, and provided guided tours of the new Engineering Center for groups visiting the campus. A newsletter published every two weeks calls attention of students and faculty to the problems and successes encountered in their college. Engineering-Days, a tradtional oppor- tunity for members of the industry and the rest of the college to socialize, was held in the spring and includ- ed such memorable activities as the E-Days Queen Contest, the Miss Perfect Body Contest, and the Dean's Race. Associated Engineering Students --AES,- Control Board plans and coordinates engineering activities. 4 4 Chi Epsilon, CU's archiTecTural and civil en- gineering honorary, and Tau BeTa Pi and Sigma Tau, naTional engineering honor socieTies, recognize sTudenTs who have shown Themselves ouTsTanding in The areas of pracTicaIiTy, sociabiliTy, and scholarship. During The pasT year, Sigma Tau provided a scholasTic honor-roll board and erecTed a pyramid, The symbol of The TraTerniTy, while Tau BeTa Pi dedicaTed iTs new bronze BenT, The naTional symbol of iTs socieTy. BoTh symbols sTand near The main enTrance To The new Engineering CenTer as monu- menfs of The goals for which engineering sTUdenTs sTrive. engineers dedicate society symbols CHI EPSILON - Front Row: Harry Jong, Chuck Dowding, Mike Herzig. - Second Row: Peter Harr, Gunnar-Erick Eikblid, Sverre Andersen, Gerry Bley. Third Row: Jim Harris, Garry Cole, Lowell T. Schaefer, Steve McClaran. SIGMA TAU MEMBERSHIP - Stanley Anderson, John Barber, Robert Berman, Richard Branan, Glen Brink, Gerald Browning, Curtis Castleman, Bruce Chiddister, James Coile, Richard Cormack, Robert Correy, Charles Dowding lll, Stephen Fritschle, Frederick Gluck, William Gormley, Peter Harr, Charles Henkle, Robert Hopf, Richard Houston, Donald Hubbell, Richard Johnson, John Jurcheck, Larry Krause, Lawrence Mancini, Joe Morehead, Frederick Robbins, Robert Schlappe, Bruce Shults, Frederick Stoppel- kamp, Jerry Sullivan, Roger Swanson, Gregory Taylor, Kenneth Terada, Peter Weigelt, John Wise, Michael Wisenbakker, Allen Anderson, Suerre Andersen, David Baldwin, Gary Bebee, Gary Bender, Robert Chilvers, Garry Cole, David Crews, Stephen Ehrlich, George Gibson, Thomas Haines, Wayne Henkel, Bryce Houpt, Herman Husbands, Stephen Johnson, Dennid Kinnie, David Klimoski, Jeffery Kohr, Richard Laingor, Rodney Lee, William Long, Randy Mclntire, Donald Miller, John Miller, Max Miller, John Parker, Darryl Pearson, Donald Podolsky, Dale Prull, Jack Rees, Barrie Riddoch, Shirley Rhudy, Lowell Schaefer, John Seaman, Richard Seymour, Allen Shriver, Daniel Singer, Elfrida Siu, Dirk Smith, William Stenzel, Allan Thaut, Samuel Thompson, Even Bakke, Frank Bond, Ross Fraker, James Howell, John Holvoet, Jo Ann Joselyn, Robert Joselyn, James Lawridson, Roanls MacKendrick, Peter Massaro, Claude McAnally Ill, Donals Moss, David Peterson, John Saba, Richard Sato, Chapter Advisor - Chas. Wagner. SIGMA TAU OFFICERS - Greg Taylor, Curt Castleman, Jerry Sullivan, Jerry Browning, Bob Schlappe. TAU BETA PI - Front Row: Samuel Thompson, Sverre Ander- sen, Arthur Monteville, George Gibson, Rober Swanson, Robert Setchell, Kenneth Terada, Frederick Gluck. Second Row: David Messerschmitt, Svein Hasund, Larry Krause, Alvin Nelson, Gary Bebee, John Oliver. Third Row: Robert Hopf, William Gormley, Fred Robbins, Richard Johnson, Jerry Sullivan, John Barber, Frederick Stoppelkamp, Donald Podobby, Larry Alter. ' Q ..ef- Yu Q WI .V 7115 .ry 333: ?4 9 5 ii W. ., -Q, fm fig ' .ww is H My ,f 1 .-22? ,iv B 25 Q, . W iirfh n 4 fag ii., 5 . -H i , .MAT .H , 3' ,vi zz-,fx w V 'R -if ,Q ,Mmm .wr 2 Nw.. Q WW' , 420 Vis 1-.Q - x if -'A fx fig r,., , jg we u r 5 f gag ff? 3 QL ' f gi, fl. Y ' ' Aw I 3 . . 3'ffz H ? 15. 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N wir new-,rx i , sh: :fr -- - additional educational opportunities for engineering students 421 engineering societies serve students The American Society of Mechanical Engineers is a professional engineering society which works to promote student participation in tech- nical paper writing, acquaint students with industry and the mechanical engineering field, and further professional awareness, scholar- ship, and fellowship. The activities of ASME include monthly meetings with speakers from business and industry, dinner meetings with the Rocky Mountain Section of ASME in Denver, and field trips to industries. A number of the members attended the Regional Student Con- ference at Brigham Young University this April and presented technical papers in competition with student members from other universities. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics En- gineers is the largest engineering society in the world. Its purposes are to help the electrical engineering students get acquainted with their classmates and instructors and obtain know- ledge of industry through meetings with pro- fessional people, tours of industrial plants, and subscription to the many technical iournals and reports published by the IEEE. This year's activ- ities included the opening of a workshop for IEEE members, the establishment of an EE li- brary located in the new lounge at the Engin- eering Center, and hosting the area IEEE paper contest. The American Society of Civil Engineers, ASCE, provides first-hand knowledge of develop- ments in their profession by sponsoring field trips and guest speakers. This year was high- lighted by meetings on Avalanche Control and the French Tidal Power Proiect. ASCE: Front Row: Walter Weers, Leo Novak, Steve Constans, Joe Pettus. Second Row: Edmund No, Harry Jong, Chuck Dowding, Mike Herzig, Al Jongeneel. Third Row: J. F. Stucka, Peter Harr, Gunnar-Erik Eiklid, Sverre Anderson, Gerry Bley, Chuck Keim. Fourth Row: Gary Haynes, Jim Harris, Garry Cole, Lowell Schaefer, Steve McClaran, Frank Schleppenbach. 4 SYMPHONIC BAND. The UniversiTy Bands, made up of The Mar- ching Band, The Symphonic Band, The LiT- Tle ConcerT Band, and The Jazz Ensemble, provide a creaTive ouTleT To anyone wiTh musical TalenT. A TooTball game wiThouT The Men's Marching Band- would lack much of The aTmosphere so essenTial To school spiriT. The performing bands, which pre- senTed concerTs ThroughouT The year, pro- vided enTerTainmenT Tor audiences and a sense of individual musical achievemenT for iTs members. Adria Easton LITTLE CONCERT BAND. CONCERT BAND bqnds are creative outlet JAZZ ENSEMBLE. 4 4 PHI MU ALPHA: Fronl' Row: Dennis Ecron, Michael Tucker, John Gibson, Michael McNelly, Harry Clausen, Richard Buckingham, Bryan Goff, Russ Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia FraTerniTy, a men's pro- fessional music fraTerniTy, and Sigma Alpha loTa, a professional music fraTerniTy for women, pursue musical excellence noT only on The local or naTional level louT also inTernaTionally. Sin- fonia, ofTen called The "Who's Who of Music," has broughf a rebirTh of musical acTiviTy To campus. LasT year They held a Province Work- shop and co-sponsored an original opereTTa. This fall They were presenTed wiTh The Regional Manpower Award aT The Regional Workshop, and in The spring They gave Their annual Amer- ican Composers Concerf. Sigma Alpha loTa held monThly Musicals and ushered for concerfs and SIGMA ALPHA IOTA: Front Row: Julie Wilkin, Linda Moody, Sandy Law- hon, Jean Schoendaller, Dee Ann Frause. Second Row: Becky Blardmore, Susan Schopf, Leslie Tibbs, Eddye Vivian Pierce, Bev Boyd, Diane Ledder. Rhoads. Second Row: Steve Ashton, Ken Nicholas, Kirk Prichard, Dave Howard, William Nickle, Stephen Christopher, James Weaver, Walter Tay- lor, James Hunt, John Larson, Herman Susser, Dennis Sullivan. recifals. Kappa Kappa Psi, a naTional band honorary, provides service in The music field and This year played for The MigraTion fooT- ball game. The pursuiT of excellence is also The concern of Honors Union Council, composed of honor sTudenTs inTeresTed in improving The honors pro- gram. IT underfakes proiecTs such as bringing lecTurers To speak before The Honors DeparT- menT, mainTains The Honors Lounge, and pub- lishes TangenT, a liTerary magazine. Members spend Their meefings discussing problems of currenf campus concern. Third Row: Ann Fuiimoro, Marita Gale, Barb Jensen, Kay Cummins, Joan Simeral. Fourth Row: Kay Charles, Sharon Wells, Donna Kelly, Marilyn Bledsoe. cl striving for excellence HONORS UNION COUNCIL: Front Row: Linda Conzert, Meredith Hari, Jane Wingfield, Carol Riley. Second Row: Irwin Silverman, Jerry Howard, Greg Wayf, Dean Bender, David Halpern, Phil Miner, Fred Seydel, John Evans. KAPPA KAPPA PSI: Front Row: Stephen Chrisropher, Kirk Pricard, John Gibson, Ron Crowell, Dave Howard, James Weaver, John Vanbradf. Second Row: Dennis Sullivan, Alan Stage, William Nickle, Joel Bradshaw, Ken Nicholas, James Hunt, Michael Tucker, Gary Lewien, John Pahls, Harry Clausen. 4 dezj. ,:...-YYs--YY Fig, Q ,,,,-.-. .. . Y - .-,1.1 , , . . 1 . . 1 1 ,, - . : Y -na ' ' 1 ',. A 11 1 1' "2 - 1' '-YV.- ,s W 1 ' 1:'f:- 1 L Y' A. CUAMA - CU American Marketing Association pleasure through business BUSINESS SCHOOL STUDENT BOARD: Front Row: Bev Wellborn, Leland Brendsel, Claude Sauvain, Bill Ragland, John Wcrdwell, Second Row: Larry Savage, .lim Johnson, Keith Fahlberg, Dennis Decker, Larry Lehnerz, Lynda Pierce. "5's-.,, "we ' "'ls!-5 KT DELTA SIGMA PI: Front Row: Ralph Jones, Chai Sophonpanich, William Stovall Michael Jacobson, George Ramsey, Joseph Ferrarer, Jerry Joseph, Claude Sauvain Jr. Second Row: Jay Johnson, Steven Hamblin, William Stewart, Jack Hartman Raymond Boyd, Lawrence Guglander, William Ragland. Third Row: David Costello 1 Larry Lehnerz, Keith Fahlberg, Chester Schwartz, Larry Savage, Raymond Ashby: Raymond Paolucci. This has been a year of mixing business and pleasure for Delta Sigma Pi, international business professional fraternity and CUAMA, the CU chapter of the American Marketing Association. Speakers at Delta Sig meetings ranged from bank presidents to a Supreme Court iudge and included ci talk from one of the organizers of the famous housewife food chain-stores boycott. The social highlight ofthe year was the Delta Sig Rose Ball. CUAMA brings the student in closer contact with the busi- ness world by sponsoring field trips, speakers, and informal functions. With members from each of the student organizations and several at- large members, the Business School Board is the governing body of the business school. Their function is to plan all business school activities and to arrange special programs. This year the board- took on a special task of reviewing the business school curriculum and graduation re- quirements 429 4 Gamma Alpha Chi and Alpha Delta Sigma are CU's professional advertising fraternities. Mem- bers of both groups gain advertising experience through field trips, marketing studies, and dis- tribution of advertising for companies. Beta Alpha Psi is an honorary fraternity for students who have excelled in the field of accounting and finance. Its meetings feature outside speakers and panel discussions. Members of Alpha Kappa Psi, the oldest pro- fessional business fraternity, are involved in the expansion of thinking and practical appli- cation of business ideas and theories to the business world. Most of its meetings -are de- voted to informal talks with speakers from business firms. Beta Sigma, the only business honorary for women on campus, encourages high scholarship among women in the business field. Its activities include special interest meet- ings and service projects. FN' DFI lsi tl ni Q 1. AQ A- - I ALPHA DELTA SIGMA and GAMMA ALPHA CHI. ALPHA KAPPA PSI. BETA ALPHA PSI: Front Row: Virginia Bean, Don Spencer, Nels Bentson, Charles Yeager, Pat Elliot. Second Row: Bill Ragland, Joe Ferrarer, Priscilla Porter, Ula Motekot, Lynn Daly, Joyce Neville, Leland Brendsel, Robert Lucy. BETA SIGMA: Fronl Row: Julie Affleck, Beverly Well- born, Eilleen Beydo, Jamie Leong, Barbara Coone. Second Row: Pam Boehmer, Marty Simmons, Jaynese Hiigel, Vicki Bechik, Christine Plog. ,tgps wil fililzl l ll ,. .I 1. r- i i . . D fi I A ' students goin understanding of professionalism through experience Phi DelTa Chi, The professional pharmacy fraTerniTy, binds men To- geTher in The pursuiT of knowledge and The arT of The apofhecary. IT mainTains a library-sTudy room and keeps a file of pharmacy laws. This year The members soliciTed and colIecTed drug samples To be given To needy people in The remoTe areas of Mexico. To promoTe ,profession- alism The chapfer publicized Phar- macy Week and Poison PrevenTion Week. STudenTs who plan a career in one of The healTh-relaTed profes- sions were served, also, by Alpha Epsilon DelTa. This inTernaTion- al premedical-predenfal honorary sTressed a program To furTher The relaTionship beTween premedical sTudenTs and educaTors. Encouraging high professional in- TellecTual, and personal sTandards and recognizing oufsfanding con- TribuTions To educafion, Kappa Del- Ta Pi, naTional honorary for educa- Tion, offers iTs members The oppor- TuniTy To exchange experiences and To discuss educaTional issues. This year members hosTed coffee hours aT which currenT problems in edu- caTion were discussed. professional societies , ,g lingers , P wgg.. T' - - X '-N L C l V I if T., F .J 2 Alpha Epsilon Delfa hears a visifing Iecfurer. KAPPA DELTA --.' .. - ,B V X.. l ., . X., A 4 consider respective fields V' M . , 4, VL, ., -,.,,-,,,-f ,. wil.. 5 .. H S, km -M-'ff-R-".'::,f.:.f21,:, ' ' - i L 4 , ,,,..,...., .....,.,f.-5q,,,x- - . V we, ,.,.-...37....,l :tif I-14. i N- f f 1-. Ni" V' "' , - ',f...... .hwy y-n i. ' Dildine, Scan Bollinger, Don McKinley, Bob Wasem. Second Row: Dcxvid Beffison, PHI DELTA CHI: Front Row: Don Di Dominico, Steve Cluycomb, Bill Lowes, Thom Norm Anderson, John Taylor, Ron Mconuello, Yousef Bugcxighis, Dr. Fred Drom- mond, Bill Carney, Lance Cormeun, Tom Rougcs, Ron Kennedy, Neil Whifmon, Rod Palmieri, Dick Pedersen. H 1 vi: were -az ' za, . be , ' Qleiiiesiib 1 L '1 - ,vsiiw w",,if,fzieggafW isg1gw.giw 'A ' W -esssizsgigrf-amu... N' i L - .,- '1,,, in ni ' in ' ii - Y 3 an 1 is ' fm , L it rr B' x MEN 4 434 n urses receive in -depth SOPHOMORE CLASS: Front Row: Mary l-loehl, Carol Thaemaert, Merla Howlc, Nita Britton, Trudie Hughes, Diann lmes, Sharon Tisdale, Barbara Johnson, Carol Kelly, Joan Goldthwait, Patricia White. Second Row: Mary Kullman, Elise Brunk- horst, Karen Lindahl, Linda Lebeseck, Beverly Langendoer, Susan Montgomery, Sharon Macken, Arlene Niehus, Beverly Markel, Sandra Markey, Mary Jaeggli, Elizabeth McClimans. Third Row: Amy McKinley, Kathleen Miller, Joann Monson, Susan Troy, Nichola Narigan, Corliss Brecht, June Seppa, Judy Contreras, Sally Stockdale, Frances Becker, Ardyce Haggstrom. Fourth Row: Talca Patton, Shar- on Pierce, Barbara Poley, Eleanor Classen, Christine Proctor, Ann Rathburn, Larry Reiter, Eldora Cederquist, Christeen Roberts, Karen Roberts, Linda Ross, Janet Rossman. Fifth Row: Catherine Foster, Linda Feree, Diane Rossmiller, Patricia Fitzsimmons, Phyllis Sabec, Jeanne Shannon, Mary Ellen Sixkiller, Carol Moon, Judith Moore, Sandra Hall, Linda Duba, Margaret Barry. Sixth Row: Dianne Devine, Pamela Stewart, Darlene Swartz, Carol Hubbell, Kathryn Sween, Jeanne Davis, Mary Tanner, Susan Earhart, Barbara Deck, Judith Gordon. Seventh Row: Alida Allen, Carol Allen, Dianne Welch, Linda Waterman, Betty Tateyama, Vickie Burnett, Pamela Smith, Nancy Wills, Bernadine Volpi, Margaret Smolski, Eliz- abeth Brockman, Martina Gordh. Eighth Row: Candyce Novak, Susan Orlin, Eliz- abeth Thomas, Constance Golas, Barbara Fahey, Linda Wicken, Charlene Schlimme, Joan Allen, Carol Allen, Jane Campen, Mary Anderson, Patricia Cella. Ninth Row: Judith Martinez, Kristen Steider, Nancy Runstrom, Donna Defibaugh, Nancy Prior. The School of Nursing attempts to produce not only professional nurses but creative and knowledgeable individuals. With this aim in mind, students may apply to the School of Nursing only after completing a liberal arts background. The Nursing School is continually evolving and developing Through participation with the faculty and students of the school. The Student Council strives to improve com- munication between faculty and off-cam- pus students and has sponsored education- al activities for the students including speakers, panels, faculty firesides, art exhibits, and films. As scientific knowledge expands, prepar- ation for professional nursing must increase in depth and breadth. Next year, nurses will be offered a new program which will provide a broader background in the liberal arts. As the programs become more challenging, the rewards to a serious nursing student become greater. ...H .,.. me M--.,e. i, V - ll 'i i i , N 2 . tl, .lziitz ' 'di r ' i ' 15?m'f - lil' 'l ,ll b 1, N mf llllll 435 l -C 'EE 'it - . vi, ii.. j I E W I me ls' A l i ,V ii I M 1 - , ,Q , ,ei-f MEDICAL TECHNCLOGISTS: Front Row: Bonnie Diel, Anne Kornafel, Gloria Waki- mura, Peter John, Marcia Petersen, Carol Ann Kelly, Second Row: Georgia Grabow, Susan Clarke, Kristin Pochelon, Alice Cutler, Douglas Balderston. Third Row: Kate Jensen, Carol Ortmayer, Rebecca Jo Thimmig, Monica Brown. Missing: Gertrucl Noble. experience: the key to capability CLASS OF 1967 PHYSICAL THERAPY STUDENTS: Front Row: Kathryn Roseth, Elaine Shackelford, Patricia Carlton, Patricia Newkirk, Carol Breeden, Charlotte Perotti, Sid- ney Reynolds, Vera Shattuck. Second Row: Judith Laird, Mary Ann Hertel, Jacqueline Wheeler, Nancy Schmittgen, Ellen Frayle, Priscilla Dratter, Carol Tandy, Leslie Tor- mey. Third Row: Beverly Hacker, Anita Munson, La Rae Washington, Charlotte Casewit, Carolyn Crombie, Carol Bartelt, Kathleen Harris. Fourth Row: Virginia Woestemeyer, Jacque Welch, Roberta Combs, Ellen Sandknop. Fifth Row: James Robinson, Ronald Nessland, John Eggart. Medical technology and physical therapy students study for three years on the Boulder campus, followed by a year of in- ternship at the CU Medical Center. After their final year of concentrated practical experiences, medical technologists are ca- pable of performing the laboratory procedures used in the diagnosis, study, and treatment of disease. Physical therapy students spend their senior year using each other as patients, they practice techniques using water massage, heat, cold, sound, light, and therapeutic exercise, in prepar- ation for treating physically-disabled pa- tients of all ages. 5 w X 1 M .um E U4 .,,. +1 I 1 W I 4 4 G 4 -,W . Q E '. 'V .44 service rw. I 33 si T 4 Iv 4 3 w 1 ,R 4 -Grid Today's college sTudenT is iusT beginning To realize ThaT his responsibiliiies as a ciiizen are noT limiTed solely To The confines of The campus communiTy. IT was wiTh This in mind ThaT The Clearing House was founded lasT year by sTudenTs aT The Universify of Colorado. Organized as an independenT sTudenT or- ganizaTion, The Clearing House provided a link befween sTudenTs who wanTed To help and public agencies needing volunieer aid. Working wiTh The public schools, The YMCA, The Boulder Public HealTh Ceniers, The Navaio home, Juvenile CourT, and sim- ilar programs, The Clearing House volun- Teer has The opporTuniTy To develop in- depih personal relaiionships. He may be involved wiTh Tuioring, recreaTion and Therapy, adulT educaTion, home visiTaTions, and, always, wiih people. l clearing house: Ill' -1 si, rw" rf' ,L .Gif cz living experience m'x,,,k . Ku' - H ri' '. P I N i P4 . x, I if"x?'.u , 4 ,ME QP? , ,gl , ri uf T :ga ei .i Clearing House began iTs second year wiTh enThusiasTic supporT. OuT of over 800 volunTeer applicaTions, almosT 300 sTudenTs-a Three-fold increase over lasT year-were acTively engaged in The field. To The nine programs developed lasT year, Three more were added This year-Head STarT, a TuToring program for pre- school children, recreaTion and educafion in seTTlemenT houses as a parT of The governmenT's Communify Acfion Program, and physical educaTion for The menTally refarded in The public schools. The Clearing House requires no special Training or ex- perience. The only criferion is ThaT The poTenTial volunTeer demonsTraTe an enThusiasm and a sincere inTeresT in The field. Clearing House has esTablished a seT of by-lavvs and has become This year a corporaTe enTiTy. There is much inTeresT in "exporT- ing" The Clearing House idea, and many colleges and univer- siTies have vvriTTen for informafion. Thus, films and brochures are circulaTing ThroughouT The counTry, and Clearing House is achieving naTional acclaim. The volunTeers have broughT TalenT, devoTion, and enThusiasm To The program, and iT has funcfioned wiTh disTincT success. lT has already been demonsTraTed ThaT The Clearing House is beneficial To boTh The communiTy and The sTudenTs involved and offers The sTudenT far more Than The opporTuniTy To serve oThers. The pro- gram is designed To serve The volunTeer himself by giving him a living-learning experience and The opporTuniTy To see pieces of life noT found in Texfbooks. Sigma Lamda Phi, The A Phi O VVomen's Auxiliary, was formed in i963 wiTh The help of Alpha Phi Omega and abouT ThirTy coeds eager To Take parT in A Phi O's pro- gram of leadership, friendship, and serv- ice To oThers. This service sororify was organized vviTh The idea of serving noT only The UniversiTy and iTs members buT The Boulder communiTy as well. This year The energeTic and devoTed group of girls gave a pariy aT The Wallace Village Tor brain-damaged children, co-sponsored The WinTer Carnival, sold concerT TickeTs, helped wiTh college and high school speech meeTs, and spenT counfless hours giving campus Tours for high school sTu- denTs. energetic, devoted work SIGMA LAMBDA PHI. Sigma Lambda Phi and A Phi O members assisr wiTh a campus srudenr referendum. 4 phi o finds success in service Alpha Phi Omega, The UniversiTy's naTional service TraTerniTy, Turns iTs goals of service, leadership, and friendship inTo more Than empTy words by providing several Thousand hours of service To The campus and communiTy. The TraTerniTy's Three goals are balanced wiThin The framework of The Boy ScouT oaTh and law. This year A Phi O members gave up Their Time and personal pleasures To aid The campus by ushering aT Tooball games, LiTTle TheaTre pro- ducTions, and concerTs, and running The check- room Tor oTher campus evenTs. They Turned The Glenn Miller Ballroom inTo a gambling casino Tor The annual Club FirsT NighTer, gave parTies Tor The old people aT Mesa VisTa, helped wiTh WinTer Carnival, and conducTed a swimming meeT wiTh all The Boy ScouT Troops in The disTricT. A Phi O revived The Ugly Man on Campus Con- TesT lasT year, donaTing The proceeds To The STU- denT DevelopmenT FoundaTion. The men of Alpha Phi Omega and The women oT Sigma Lambda Phi were behind almosT every college evenT, doing all The counTless liTTle jobs ThaT receive no glory buT are essenTial Tor smooTh TuncTioning. BUT These are sTudenTs who, in The happiness of oThers, in Their involvmenT and Thrill of accomplishmenT, find Their own deTiniTion of success. UG LY MMI' 'll lf. r mnifuaiv mmrue LY MAH lllll Tlllls T llll C llll W4 .iw 15 'lu MW, I . T Was' .-an r 1. . , ,,f2j , , , f w "Wg, an -,V YS 4.,-f. fuJ'l'f' 3 -4 I I f V xrfiyv f 1' 4' f V4"f5' .plmrxsblis W E LN F' L, 5 fwf ' i 3 It WT!:,, its V'-E2-"" the 5 'Q 7 ww W x X I! 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FaculTy Firesides, small informal discussions held in professors' homes ThroughouT The year, were a YWCA pro- iecT which gave The sTudenT a chance To geT To know faculTy members in a relaxed aTmosphere. This year The Y also sponsored bridge lessons, creaTed The "MeeT Your Professor" bookleT To give The sTudenTs greaTer rapporT wiTh faculTy, cooperaTed wiTh The Clearing House in TuTorial programs, and worked direcTly wiTh paTienTs aT The Colorado STaTe MenTal Hospifal in Pueblo. The Y Council, made up of elecTed represenTaTives from each living uniT, kepT The Y leadership informed abouT campus needs and The sTudenT body informed abouT whaf The YWCA was doing To meeT These needs. All Y proiecTs were designed To provide fuller lives for ofhers and fun and friendship for iTs members Through service. service mecms friendship too honorary recognition For a drecim Membership in the honorary organizations at the University of Colorado is awarded for such qualities as outstanding scholar- ship, service to the University community, and leadership ability. The new members of all the organizations, except Alpha Lambda Delta, are selected by the active members of the group. All ot the honor- aries, although their maior purpose is to single out and honor outstanding individ- uals by choosing them tor membership, also perform some form ot service to the students ot this University. This service may vary from providing scholarships to arous- ing school spirit. Mortar Board is an honorary tor senior wo- men, outstanding in scholarship and ser- vice to the University. A candidate tor Mor- tar Board membership must have a cumu- lative average of at least tour-tenths ot a point above the all-University average. In choosing members, the grade point is bal- anced against the record ot extracurricular activity. Their maior activity is the sale ot Mums prior to Homecoming. The money raised from these sales supports a foreign student at Pierce College, Colorado University's sister school in Greece. The Lamp Post hosts nearly all Mortar Board meetings. 4 Hesperia is a junior women's honor- ary, The qualiTicaTions Tor which are a 2.75 cumulaTive grade poinT or beTTer and work on several campus acTiviTies. AlThough Hesperia's ma- ior purpose is To provide enioymenT Tor iTs members, The group does raise money for The Begilow Schol- arship Fund. Open To all women sTudenTs in good sTanding wiTh The UniversiTy, Val- kyrie Turnishes The hosTesses Tor The Pioneer Museum and iTs members serve as pen pals To US servicemen overseas. Members have enTerTain- ed The children aT Boulder Commu- niTy HospiTal and The Mid-WesT Children's Home on numerous occa- sions. For Those in Valkyrie iT is an honor To serve. To TosTer school spiriT and loyalTy among women sTudenTs is The pur- pose of Spurs. Their all-whiTe uni- forms are easily noTiced Tuesdays on campus and aT TooTball games or pep rallies. Spurs is a naTional sophomore women's honorary, qualiTicaTions Tor which are aT leasT a 2.75 grade average and Three major UniversiTy acTiviTies. service cmd spirit Hesperia TuncTions aT The Sink. VALKYRIE. Nanc Cowan, PeTTy Spute, Judy Miller, HospiTal PaTienT, Barb Zisbin, Jennife Fyke B Wolf ' Y Kay Long, Ellen Cohen. Not pic fured: Shirley Rhudy, Ali Planf, BeTh McCall, Mrs. Que , . rv: ' A "V me A - f f? - Spurs cheer from Their special secfion of oll Buff home games. in -W 1 --2 449 5 ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA: Front Row: Karen Phippeny, Sheryl Doriahn, Liz Crosby. Second Row: Nancy Haines, Diana Dewell, Lois Mclntosh, Cyril Pasfernack, Judy Anderson. Third Row: Patricia Elsen, Linda Dalk, Mau- reen Long, Carolyn Hoffman, Judy Tockman. Fourth Row: Marleffa Meister, Wendy Haase, Ann Hladky, Karin Boklund, Dodie Lingle. Fifth Row: Cindy Schneider, Ponce Andres, Mary Chrisfenson, Martha Heizer. 4 to Ieorn through honor ond service 50 . . ef Q37 ,f rs,a . , . y Alpha Lambda Delta is a national society formed in l964. Membership is automatic to any woman who has received either a semester of 3.5 or better during her freshman year or a recommendation from a Dean or Honorary Faculty member. The society provides its members the chance to meet and work together on proiects of community service. Phi Epsilon Phi, sophomore men's scholarship and leader- ship honorary, is the brother organization to Spurs with the same requirements for membership. Its members work iointly with Spurs on beannie sales and handle Denver to Boulder travel arrangements for the speakers of the World Affairs Conference. Sabers, the National Blue-Key Honorary, recognizes out- standing senior men for their grades and leadership ac- tivities. Sabers was formed to honor these select senior men and to allow them to get acquainted with each other and with the members of the faculty. Honoraries provide not the incentive for good grades, but the reward for achieving them. They instill not the motives for service, but come as the result of it. 4 W A Typlccul luncheon rneefnng of Sabres-Blue Key of The Red Coach Inn. sobres escort homecoming q ueens silver and gold develops unity Silver and Gold PresidenT Sandy Lawson and officers Mary Haberman, Diane DeCaprio, and Dana Daniels. To a freshman, The Universify of Colorado is a maze of faces and buildings. Silver and Gold draws him inTo a circle of oTher con- fused freshmen and develops in him a sense of idenTiTy Through involvemenT and acTion. A freshman is chosen for The honor- ary on The basis of his high school grades and leadership record and his personaliTy, as exhibiTed in an inTerview. ProiecTs of service To The enTire Universify communily promofe uniTy and spiriT wiThin The freshman class. Such acTiviTies as The Tradifional homecoming bonfire, The spring park clean-up, and fooTball card secTion help To promoTe The freshman's feeling of pride in his school and his parT in iT. Silver and Gold sponsored The "Freshman Class MigraTion" for The Air Force-CU freshmen fooTball game in Colorado Springs. 453 454 silver ond gold bonfire rollies homecoming spirit 5 Il III 6 int- 0 H93 4 .Q .s 4' , .3 " U an-3 A. . -. ,M x .-., ' 'S' .lu ' Ui . '.f'f'- V y.. 3 '- Q-, I ,Q .vi 1 Ewa . George Wiklund receives the Cadet of Month Award for October from Commander McMillan. "A wise man will not leave the right to the mercy of chance .... " No man needs to stand by and watch history created about him. As a member of a military group, he has the chance to channel his personal criticism and conviction by serving his country, his cause in an active way. If it sometimes means submission to a larger whole, it means pride in taking part in something greater than himself. If it means self-discipline and responsibility to a group, it means more than a iob-a way of life that transcends self-absorp- tion, a way of thinking thataffirms involvement. Toolay's officer must have social awareness as well as technical knowledge to bring to his strug- gle of maintaining the peace. lt is a iob that de- mands the whole man. men who live, laugh, and love "ln seeking career officers for The Army we do noT ask for plasTer sainTs. We want much more Than beef, brawn and physical courage. We seek inTellecT, hearT, passion, imaginaTion, and a liTTle of The ro- manficism ThaT persisfs in any man who is worTh his salT. We seek men who live, laugh, work, play, love, fighT, make misTakes, fall clown and pick Themselves up again. We seek men of characfer and color, who are clearly iclenTifiable personaliTies in Their own righT. We seek men of moral fibre and personal inTegriTy, whose given word is as good as money in The bank. Ancl we seek men who, by personal conviciion, unclersfand The mysTique of commis- sioned sTaTus and believe passion- aTely in The UniTed STaTes of Amer- ma." - ARMY Magazine Colonel Milburg inspecis his Troops 7 ww' lkfffipxxv eww , I rig exe-B. 5 ' army rotc: a life For college men, Army ROTC provides lead- ership Training noT given in any oTher col- lege course and offers an opporTuniTy To receive an army commission upon gradua- Tion. For The Army, iT insures a conTinued flow of qualified officers info The Army. For The sTudenT, iT insTills qualifies many college men never learn-responsibiliTy and leadership, physical sTamina and cour- age, self-discipline and bearing-qualiTies imporTanT in any career. The Four-Year ROTC Program includes a Two-year Basic Course for freshmen and sophomoresandfwo-yearAdvancedCourse for iuniors and seniors. A Two-Year Pro- gram is designed especially for sTudenTs who did noT Take ROTC as freshmen and sophomores. These sTudenTs aTTend a six- week basic summer camp which qualifies Them To enTer The Advanced Course. Army ROTC is divided inTo The Cadre and The CadeT BaTTalion. The Cadre consisTs of The AcTive DuTy Army Personnel in charge of The UniversiTy of Colorado ROTC deTach- menT. Their job is To provide classroom Training and official DeparTmenT of The Army adminisTraTive organizafion. IT is run by The cadeTs wiTh The approval of The Cadre and has The job of providing leader- ship and Technical Training boTh on and off The drill field. of leadership Senior men who have compleTed AROTC are ready for The commissioning ceremony which puTs Them on active duiy. They are prepared for eiTher miliTary or civilian careers and are given posiiions of responsibiliiy which Take full advanTage of Their college educafion and leader- ship Training. The life of an AROTC sTudenT is as acTive and excifing as The world ifself. As an officer he will work wiTh milifary Tools ThaT did noT exisT a few years before. BUT he will work even more wiih ideas and men. Thus, leadership and undersfancling are as imporfanf To him as Technology. His is The life of involvemenfp his, The world of Today- and Tomorrow. army rifle team ln working Toward The ToTal man-The man who will help build a new world-AROTC does noT neglecT The social man. Organi- zafions such as Army Rifle Team provide an opporTuniTy for The cadeT To accepT The challenge of acTion, To sharpen his abiliTies, and To work wiTh oThers. Army Rifle Team is composed of Ten mem- bers, all cadeTs in The Army ROTC program. The Team compeTes by mail, sending iTs maTch scores To ROTC uniTs on oTher uni- versiTy campuses. Under The leadership of Capfain Dale G. Hobbs, The Team has been undefeaTed in Three years of compeTiTion. As in every army acTiviTy, self-discipline and deTerminaTion are as imporTanT as skill and mark The difference befween a good Team and an excellenT one. The Army Rifle Team also sponsors The CU Rifle Team, which shooTs in Big Eighf maTches. bel les serve clrmy rotc Spirit and service distinguish Castle Belle girls. They represent and sup- port the Army ROTC by hostessing drill meets, appearing with Army ROTC corps at parades and reviews, and ushering for the University. In addition to being charming repre- sentatives for Army ROTC, they boost morale by entertaining cadets inthe cadet lounge. 4 Ciiifii Tfiifrf fT A f' "-- I . , - Q I,-311. lraailisf sbp:-4. - 1 -. -' - 1 , The Air Force ROTC cadet is well-acquainted with the causes of present world conflict and its relation to military power. He studies world mili- tary forces and the political military issues sur- rounding the existence of these forces. The na- ture of war and the development of aerospace power become an integral part of his know- ledge. The cadet is given his daily tools by extensive exposure to the meaning of leader- ship, the military justice system, and human re- lations. The Flight Instruction Program provides the ad- vanced cadet with basic knowledge of aircraft. Cadets earn their Private Pilot's License through an extensive flying program, which includes forty hours of actual experience at the controls. air force rotc' During the four-year AFROTC program, the cadet participates in one four-week summer en- campment. Here he is exposed to the actual op- erations that exist on an Air Force base. He actively participates in base operations, he is placed in a demanding program of discipline and physical conditioning, and he is evaluated on his ability to select the most logical approach to solving leadership problems. Social events such as the annual Military Ball give the potential career officer experience with the social graces which are part of Air Force life. An annual Dining-ln, a formal dinner at which cadets, Commissioned Officers, and mem- bers of the University faculty relax and get to know each other, has become the highlight of the school year. 62 l Classroom Training represenfs an integral pcm' of The AFROTC campus progrom. Iecldership th rough experience Senior Air Force officers brief their superiors in The Presidenfs Room. 4 navy - air force honora ries STar and SexTanT, The NROTC honorary, selecTs as iTs members The ouTsTanding Mid- shipmen of The UniversiTy BaTTalion. ITs TwenTy-seven members work To insTill The moTives and ideals of Naval Leadership by holding seminars and scheduling speakers for The BaTTalion. Members also provide Tu- Toring for academic problems and organize a fall gaThering To iniTiaTe new Midship- men inTo The NROTC UniT. 464 A-.Nia Air oociery PresidenT Roy WorThingTon meeTs wiTh Angel FlighT and fellow off' STcir and SexTanT-ouTsfanding Midshipmen. Arnold Air SocieTy and Angel FlighT are boTh naTional honorary organizaTions asso- ciaTed wiTh The Air Force Officers Training Corps. Arnold Air Sociefy is composed of AFROTC cadeTs who have demonsTraTed ouTsTanding academic and leadership a- biliiy. ITs main purpose is To aid in The de- velopmenT of Air Force officers. Angel FlighT, The women's auxiliary To Arnold Air SocieTy, is composed of junior and senior girls chosen for Their scholar- ship, personaliTy and appearance. March- ing in compeTiTion drill meeTs, hosTessing for ROTC funcTions, ushering for The Uni- versiTy and bringing a sparkle and a smile To weary cadeTs are jobs for zesTful angels. lcersi John Kidd, The year's firsT Air Force cadef To r ' eceive his solo flighf wings. naval rote: "The sea-like life iTseIT-is a sTern TaskmasTer." Navy ROTC Midshipmen learn To deal acrively wiTh boTh. Midshipmen receive The same college educaTion as any sTudenT-wiTh The addifion of 24 hours of naval science and a realm of acTiviTies To choose from. The annual formal Navy Ball acquainTs The Midshipman with TradiTional miliTary eTiqueTTe. An informal acTiviTy, such as a barn dance or ski Tuncfion, is held each year. For upperclassmen, The Fall and Spring "Mess NighTs" are some of The mosT exciTing Times of Their college lives. Drill sessions are held each Thursday afTernoon on Farrand Field Although NROTC activities are widely diversified, they alone do not dominate the NROTC student's life. He is encouraged to be involved in all that surrounds him, for activity is the Navy man's way of life. The environment of a college student is largely passive. Listening to a professor in a lecture hall is a role of absorption rather than action. And for many, the period of passivity does not end with college graduation. 6 a life of action Navy ROTC men are learning to use all their abili- ties, to act rather than to react. Naval officers are trained to lead men, they may be responsible for hundreds of lives and millions of dollars worth of equipment. This is not passive work. SAME engineering with military service. military engineers The Society of Military Engineers presents a fascinating blend of engineering and military professions. SAME is a national tri-service and civilian organization which gives members the opportunity to hear military and civil- ian speakers, to participate in field trips to industrial and military installations, and to enjoy the annual pre-Military SAME banquet. The Student Post sponsors the Tuesday- afternoon Movie Club as a service to all cadets, midship- men and interested civilians, showing films of special military interest. All activities promote the science of mili- tary engineering and cultivate a closer relationship bet- ween the civil and military engineering professions. T i -E i l Scabbard and Blade. scabbard and blade Service can be a very real way of life to Scabbard and Blade members. The aims of this national military honorary are to raise the standard of military education in American colleges and uni- versities and to develop the qualities of self-disci- pline, physical stamina and bearing needed by officers. Since Scabbard and Blade is a tri-service organization, members are selected from junior Coed affiliates to Pershing Rifles-CAPERS. and senior students on the basis of ROTC grades, overall scholastic achievement, leadership and other qualities essential to an officer who will guide, motivate,and lead others. This year areas of service ranged from explanations of the ROTC program in high school assemblies to sponsorship of speakers, tours,and films. ,.,.......-. .-...-..... .....-f Y . 'ls V - 'HUT ff, 1., ,uw .. 'fr-T . The program of Pershing Rifles, a naTional Tri-service miliTary TraTerniTy, is designed To Teach leadership Through The use of TacTics. The 9Th RegimenT aT CU accomplishes iTs TacTical Training Through classes and pracTical applicaTion on weekend man- euvers in The mounTains. From These problems, The cadeTs and midshipmen gain pracTical Training in planning and organ- izaTion as well as The invaluable experience of acTually leading oThers. actual leadership experience ,VJ ing.-LLL. , I 4 9-v iw- 469 5' 47 ,X R --E my Va 2 , ' I I 2: 3 I ,, , I A I I I I I I Ji, -' 7 I I 'Pg N ' I ' , Aj , ,.,. 4' , - -I - , 'a Lf RE "' - i f 9' '95 sl T I Q ' i7:15f I F5551 - + ' '- .,,5 . ,, , . jjrihg skill AV en 'I LII: Rv i I I, f E I W ,- I. F I I ,I .h I I W R 5 f J' H ' J, Z ' AW' 'L Ay ai? 1 I ff? ' ml 1 - "Y , Q. uv ff, ,, .. 'v A f E gr1x:t! S .R , . I A lx J u NG M I li , Rah., 1 I "'II 'f 'ff ff-f-A ,W I Eg. v A 51 .LI I rl ' all X A chance to share with others. .. Commitment to a faith denies isolation. It implies a concern for realizing the potentialities not only of oneself lout of a com- plex world. Such a concern provides the focal point of the activities of Wesley Foundation. The Methodist Chapel and Stu- . . .a chance to be alone and think. dent Center gives the involved student an opportunity to live his faith through worship, forums, retreats, and participation in service proiects. commitment denies isolotion WESLEY FOUNDATION: Front Row: Phil Besancon, Sherry Gann, Denise Clonin- ger, Warren Knight, Nick Shroeder, Don Edwards, Kent Schafer, John Barney, Steve Kelley, John Umemoto, James Bruce, Jim Sullivan, Ron Woods, Lola Pfan- enstiel, Eder Essang. Second Row: Wallace Finley, Jack Tracy, Karen Ritchie, Pam Thompson, Karen Wilson, Michele Reardon, Janice Clark, Phyllis Snyder, Bar- bara Harris, Rodney Connell, Bill Arndt, Larry Ewing, Ron Revier, Monica Ander- son, Paul Durbin. Third Row: Bill Goldsberry, John Mount, Richard Brockway, Don Weir, Larry Horton, David Pudlik, Barbara Miller, Phyllis Poch, Joelle Muller, Marilyn Greb, Chuck Keim, Candie Delzell, Kathy Spurgin, Linda Sitas, Roberta Coile, Myrna Dailey, Dale Mugler. Fourth Row: Gary Shook, Karen Woods, Lincla Tarr, Anita Foutz, Lynn Burianek, Babs Gray, Nancy Lumdborg, Jackie Hammelmann, Kitty Cox, Roberta Calfee, Judy Stwalley, Louise Treff, Linda Gray, Nancy Cowan. Fifth Row: Steve Brubaker, Karl Varian, Charles Revier, Ray Stwalley, Richard Mueller, Jim King, Joel Bradshaw, Cliff Anderson, Glenn Kropf, David Binkley, John Cross, Jim Hugins, Joe Pettus, Harv Mahan, Jim Kullhem, George Hagen, Dave Hatton. 7 47 TRI-C CLUB: Front Row: Bette Phelps, Fran Pierce, Mrs. Whitson, Linda Blount. Second Row: Jim Lovell, Jamie Inman, Joe Lambert, Jimmy Inman, John Harris, Dr. Mont Whitson, David Dillard. INTER-RELIGION COUNCIL: Mark Phillips, Mike Fig- gins, Betty Trewitt, Stephen Doering, Gary Bornzin, Karen Boklund, Norris Hermsmeyer, Karen Wilson, Margie Dryer, Wesley Hallock, Joyce Phillips. possible department of religion Tri-C Club was formed last year to provide an opportunity for all students interested in Christian fellowship and recreation to get together. Each week, members hold several devotional pe- riods in which matters of current and permanent importance are discussed. Tri-C is currently working toward the establishment of a permanent center near campus where students may come to relax and study. This year, however, Tri-C has obtaineda cottage in Chautauqua Park as headquarters tor its social ac- tivities such as Sunday night suppers, tobogganing, and parties. The lnterreligion Council was created to serve as a coordinating body between the campus religious groups and the University community. Its members are representatives from each of the 24 religious groups. The Council is supporting the establishment of a Department ot Religion in the School ot Arts and Sciences. The Kappa Phi Club was developed to unite young col- lege women in friendship and a common search for the highest spiritual values. Through the close ties of sister- hood, Kappa Phi helps its members to develop social, cultural, and religious leadership and to live their Chris- tianity through church and community service. Their aim is stated: "Every Methodist woman in the University world today, a leader in the church of tomorrow." The Christian Science Organization, in the belief that man's sense of worth is activated through works rather than words, attempts to make Christianity a pragmatic way of life. lts members strive through the recall of prac- tical experiences in their weekly testimony to demon- strate the destruction of sin, disease, and death through the application of Christian Science Principles. f' -- ...I. 1 . ,GFTI71-'vf'.,5f-,i,21,f, - .gl -.1 F x' .1-fc I 1 Q. -f ' ..!f'f'f ,f ,.,. e, f QP., ,.,.i' ,1 1' ,aff f ...gp ' 1"ef9'gf gg.. 1 .AJ .'i. -' '. .,r , '55 , , J, ,T 5,1 lv ,l.'.,. ,E-. , ,N 'gif- Kappa Phis banquet in the bonds of Christian fellowship. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION: Front Row: Sue Church, Lynnel Rubright, Karen Little, Joy Whatham, Christ Alberts. Second Row: Bob Rupp, Betty Trewitt, Chris Tenn, Marty McCotter, Sarah Bowler, Holly Dutton, Cindy Bellmar. Third Row: Bob McDonald, Chuck Powell, Dick Best, Gary Brainerd, Lola Wants, Andy Slee, Steve Doering. '?'x 4 474 COURT OF CHEVALIERS: Front Row: Loren Salzman, Richard Price: Ric Jackson, John Villyard. Second Row: Roberr Greg- oryg Tom Seldersg Dan Gorfony Gary Tuflyg John Bilaruskyy Rod Riggenbachg Charles Travis. faith deepened C.U. COURT CHEVALIERS through education A nighT of enTerTainmenT for The Gamma Delfas. The Missouri Synod - CU's chapTer - of Gamma DelTa meeTs every Sunday for din- ner aT The LuTheran STudenT CenTer. Besides The ChrisTian fellowship, The local members of This lnTernaTional AssociaTion of LuTh- eran STudenTs enjoy a varieTy of speakers from boTh The UniversiTy and Boulder com- muniTy. Included in This year's Talks were Topics such as "God, Man, and ArchiTec- Ture," presenTed by local archiTecT Charles HearTling, and "The STudy of Religion in The UniversiTy," given by EducaTion profes- sor Homer Rainey. , if I' 'I " i 1 Q. . Fin ' " in I 4 , J, V -4. 'L - - I . ... as , 5 ffi i I +If .5TSf' .g::f5., 1. ', - -1, L' nb HU- - , .. ir . 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Armstrong, Gregory Walter, Fountain, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Psych Honors, Ayn Rand Study Group, Ash, Ronald James, Boulder, Colo, Journalism, CU Rifle and Pistol Club, Colorado Daily, reporter. Atwell, Geoffrey W, Littleton, Colo, Business, Phi Gamma Delta, YR's, CUAMA. Ayer, Mary Jo, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Axcui, Juan, La Paz, Bolivia, Engineering, Soccer, Latin American Club, AES, ASCE, Cosmo. ROW TWO - Babb, Marilyn Louise, Colorado Springs, Colo, Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau. Baiamonte, Carolyn Susan, Wheatridge, Colo, .laur- nalism, Alpha Delta Pi, soc chrmn, exec committee, Gamma Alpha Chi, plg trainer, Sr Council, College Bowl, Ski Club, Judo Club, Newman Club. Bailey, Jean E, Elk River, Minn, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Baker, Richard Andrew, Manitou Springs, Cola, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon, pres, IFC, athletic chrmn, Baker, Richard Burl, Falls City, Neb, Business, Tau Kappa Epsilon, rush chrmn, vice pres, NROTC, Fresh Council, FM Radio Commission. Banks, Rebecca Ringgold, Baltimore, Md, Business. Barber, John Wilford, Cheyenne, Wyo, Engineering, Alpha Phi Omega, Sigma Tau, AICHE, Buff Ski Club. Barlow, Jan Byron, Twin Falls, ld, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, ASUC Vice President, IFC Vice President, Fr, Sr Councils, Hammers. ROW ONE - Aboul-Hamaye, Mohamad Sabry, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Arab Club, Exec Member, Moslem Assoc, pres. Adams, Nancy Gale, Tuscon, Ariz, Arts and Sciences, Clearing House, Angel's Flight, Jr. Council, Delta Sigma Pi Rose Princess, NSO, group torum leader, Boulder APO. Adamson Sandell, Bloomfield Hills, Mich, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, tres, Coloradan, greek co-editor, Sr Council, Buff Ski Club, Dean's List. Affleck, Julie Hall, Boulder, Colo, Business, Beta Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi. ., ROW TWO: - Aggeler, Sheila Jane, Englewood, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, rec secy, Engineer Queen finalist, Nails, Intra- murals. Ahern, George l Jr, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta, Sr. Class Pres, SOSL, pres. Aho, W Alan, El Paso, Tex, Arts and Sciences. Aikin, Richard Page, Boulder, Colo, Business, Alpha Kappa Psi. ROW THREE: - Alexander, James R Jr, Bloomfield Hills, Mich, Arts and Sciences, Soccer Team. Aley, Ronald Earl, Boulcler, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Sigma. Alford, Frank Arthur, Boulder, Colo, Engineer- ing. Allen, Lynne Elizabeth, Boulder, Colo, Music, Alpha Lambda Delta, ASCM, Denver Symphony Board, CU Symphony, Sigma Alpha Iota. ROW FOUR - Allen, Margaret J, Fairfax, Va, Arts and Sciences, Cameo House President, transfer, Spurs, Alpha Lambda Delta, SAE Little Sister of Minerva. Allen, Marilyn Anne, Casper, Wyo, Journalism, Alpha Phi, Gamma Alpha Chi, Buff Ski Club, Publicity, Miss CU Semi-Finalist, Homecoming chrmn. Allen, Patricia Louise, Fort Collins, Colo, Education. Allen, Roger Evans, Evanston, lll, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Psi, Freshman Football, Varsity Track, IFC rep. ROW FIVE - Allmond, Joanne, Millen, Ga, Nursing. Alter, Larry D, Aurora, Colo, Engineering, HKN, Tau Beta Pi. Altman, Linda Margaret, Denver, Colo, Nursing, CSNA, Nightengales. Alvord, Ellsworth C Ill, Seattle, Wash, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, Freshman Football, Juvenile Probation Officer. ROW SIX - Ambrose, Larry, Pueblo, Colo, Business, Freshman Camp Counselor and Business Manager, Program Commission, Special Events Commissioner, Homecoming Committee, Course Evaluation, U N Week. Ambrose, Nancy Jean, Garden City, NY, Arts and Sciences, YMCA Inter- national Fair, Alpha Lambda Delta, Psi Chi. Ames, Harvey M Jr, Wilming- ton, Mass, Arts and Sciences, transfer, Boston U, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Big Brother Program, Intramurals. Ames, Henry T, Harrington Park, NJ, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Alpha, University Singers, International Relations Club. ROW SEVEN - Andersen, Constance Marie, Fort Lupton, Colo, Nursing, Four C's, CSNA, district board, state secy, state pres. Andersen, Sverre Erik, Sorumsand, Norway, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Chi Epsilon, ASCE, American Assoc of Norwegian Students Abroad. Anderson, Carole Helena, Summit, NJ, Arts and Sciences, Orchesis, YR's, Photog- raphy Club, transfer, Delta Gamma. Anderson, Karen Victoria, North- brook, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, soc chrmn, Silver and Gold, Soph Council, IFC, rec secy, Nails, Pi Kappa Alpha Barn Queen finalist. ROW EIGHT - Anderson, Stanley lvar, Pueblo, Colo, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Hammers, Sabres, Star and Sextant. Anderson, Thomas Lynn, Greeley, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta, Phi Ep Phi, Silver and Gold, Hammers, NSO. Ankerholz, Sharon Marie, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Anschicks, Earl Nelson, Downer's Grove, lll, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha, rush chrmn, NSO, Greek Week Committee. hd as 4 Mm xx , f V H, you cure cull thin 'F' in- 1,-23: W ' gnv F ' Nkit?':P'i: : V ' L- I-:YE Ili U "ll '- -l:Qr hv?1'115+??, 'f .r L 4 lg. F . vo-:Ee if -. S 5 ' - 2 1 mil- k , Ni ' "3-Y ' Q E QS -Ng' 4 -gr 7 mag, .-,uns-G n ' yo- Vo-fad' 4 ROW ONE - Barlow, Jeanne Lynn, Twin Falls, Idaho, Arts and Sciences, trans- fer, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Bamhart, W. Randolph, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Bamum, Charles, Santa Barbara, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Barnum, Thomas Paine, Newport Beach, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta, NSO, Fresh Soph Councils, Freshman Track. Barron, Patricia Janis, Elgin, Ill, Education, Chi Omega, secy, Porpoise. Barrows, Michael F, Aurora, Colo, Education, Sigma Phi Epsilon, secy, Intramurals. Barry, Robert Lewis, Littleton, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi Omega, tres, vice pres, Buff Ski Club, Club First Nighter Committee, Winter Carnival Committee, Colorado En- gineer Staff. Bartels, Donald Robert, Ho-ha-kus, NJ, Jounralism, Tau Kappa Epsilon, secy, soc chrmn, Alpha Delta Sigma, vice pres, Clearing House, Cast of "The Unsinkable Molly Brown," "The Music Man," "Damn Yankees", NSO. ROW TWO - Barton, Thomas Jeffrey, Rock Island, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi, pres, vice pres, IFC Rushbook Editor, Silver and Gold, Hammers, Span- ish Club, Buff Ski Club. Bashant, Larry D, Tupper Lake, NY, Education, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Bashant, Sue Karen, Redding, Calif, Arts and Sciences. Bate, Bar- bara, Santa Ana, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, plg trainer, IFC secy, Angels' Flight, Phi Kappa Tau Psirens, Sigma Chi Derby Queen, Military Ball Queen. Battini, David Peter, Long Island City, NY, Arts and Sciences, Pershing Rifles, NROTC Drill Team, YR's, Conservative Club, Young Americans for Free- dom. Bauer, John Albert, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Gamma Delta, New Conservative, Alpha Phi Omega, Ugly Man Contest Chrmn, Dorm Pres, Fresh Jr Councils, Interfaith Council. Bauers, Louis Robert, Kansas City, Mo, Business, Phi Delta Theta, Baketball, Track, Jr Council, Hammers. Beal, William Dale, Davenport, Iowa, Arts and Sciences, Pi Sigma Alpha, Arnold Air Society, YR's. ROW THREE - Bean, Bonnie Katherine, Midland, Mich, Nursing, Alpha Delta Pi, CSNA. Bechik, Vicki Rae, St. Paul, Minn, Business, Alpha Chi Omega, activities chrmn, song leader, Greek Blood Bank, Greek Week General Committee, Buff Ski Club. Becker, Richard Henry, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Pershing Rifles, Rifle Team. Becker, Robert John, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Pershing Rifles. Beerer, James Hansell, Palos Verdes, Calif, Business, Delta Tau Delta, Buff Flying Club, Silver and Gold. Beers, Mary Elizabeth, Chicago, Ill, Education, Gamma Phi Beta, Panhel Exec Council. Beimuk, Alexander Peter, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Denver Center, student council member. Bell, Ardell Claire, Rifle, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Eta, tres, Clearing House, AWS Cen- tral Hearing Board, Buff Ski Club. ROW FOUR - Bell, Jeanne Margaret, Englewood, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Cosmo, Buff Ski Club, Clearing House, Merchant Relations Commission. Bell, Sherrilyn, Ouray, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Bellmar, Lucinda Mary, Evanston, Oll, Arts and Sciences, Christian Science Org, clerk, Buff Ski Club, Buff Flying Club. Belknap, Laura S, Boulder City, Nev, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, plg trainer, lntl Afairs Commission, Committee on World Affairs Con- ference, College Bowl, Sr Council. Benioff, Barbara Louise, San Francisco, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Players Club, University Theater. Bennett, David Rider, Dan- ville, lll, Business, Delta Upsilon, Tres, Alpha Kappa Psi, corres secy, Men's Marching Band. Bennett, Joann Elaine, Los Angeles, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi, vice pres, Silver and Gold, Homecoming Committee. Benowitz, Faye ldelle, Denver, Colo, Education, Sigma Delta Tau, pres, Junior Panhel, AWS Revue. prisoners of hope ROW ONE - Bent, Ann Lorette, Milton, Mass, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, CU Racing Club. Berenstein, Gerald Michael, Den- ver, Colo, Business, NSO, group leader, Homecoming Committee, Traffic Appeal Tribunal, chief iustice, Fresh Camp Business Man- ager. Berentsen, Carl-Eric Romberg, Oslo, Norway, Engineering, ASCE. Berk, William Barry, Kansas City, Mo, Business, CUAMA. Berman, Robert Michael, Evanston, Ill, Engineering, Phi Sigma Delta, Sigma Tau. ROW TWO - Berney, Susan L., Bettendort, iowa, Education, Pi Beta Phi. Bernstein, Arnold Mandel, Chicago, lll, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi Omega. Berry, Edwin Randy, Colorado Springs, Colo, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon, plg trainer, vice pres, Greek Week Committee. Betchart, Margaret Esther McGuire, Boulder Colo, Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta, tres, exec council, Theta Sigma Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, secy, Buff Ski Club, Silver and Gold, Mortar Board, AWS Tres, Coloradan, publications editor, Colorado Daily, re- porter, Methodist Student Editor Wesley Foundation, Homecoming Committee, Program Art Editor, Merchant Relations Commission, Student Travel Commission, Pub Relations Commission, Cosmo, UN Week General Secy, Dean's List. Biel, Andrea R., Chicago, lll, Arts and Sciences. ROW THREE - Bielefeld, Mary Elizabeth, Milwaukee, Wis, Arts and Sciences, Resident Advisor, CU Racing Club, secy, Fresh Camp Counselor, Festival Chorus. Bilderbeck, John N, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Honors Union Council, Three Year Masters Program, Tangent Editor, Fresh Camp Counselor, Colorado Daily, columnist. Bilorusky, John Alan, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, ASUC, pres, senator, Fresh Director, Honors Union Council, pres, vice pres, SOSL, chrmn, Court of Chevaliers, secy-tres, Sabres, Phi Ep Phi, Fresh, Jr, Sr Councils, Y-Club Planning Committee. Bishop, Joyce Lynn, Wilmington, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, personnel chrmn, activities chrmn, Course Evaluation Committee, Homecoming Committee. Blakey, Milton Keith, Salida, Colo, Arts and Sciences. 484 66' is Y.. IFE' sr- iv 1 .' QQ..- nd ,wget j it , .s- 'LN-:Lili ff' - -rv i--ez-F tif J seekers of silence ROW ONE -- Blanc, Margery L, Scottsdale, Ariz, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, vice pres, activities chrmn, Soph Councils, Castle Belles, tres, Coloradan, asst residences editor, Colorado Daily, reporter, Senate parliamentarian, Dorm vice-pres, Program Commission, secy, Election Commission. Blank, Barbara Lane, Summit, NJ, Arts and Sciences, Faculty Firesides. Blaugrund, Clifford Earl, Albuquerque, NM, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Delta, Phi Ep Phi, Budget Commission, Finance Board. ROW TWO - Bliss, Allen Kenneth, Palisade, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi Omega, NROTC. Blitt, Peter, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Arts and Sciences, Cosmo. Blum, Arnold James, Denver, Colo, Engineering. ROW THREE - Boehmer, Pamela Jane, Fort Worth, Tex, Business, Chi Omega, pres, parlia- mentarian, Sigma Phi Epsilon Daughters of the Golden Heart, Greek Blood Bank, Panhel. Bomberger, Jane Griffin, Hammond, Ind, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, AWS rep, Pres of Colorado House, Finalist in Jantzen Smile Contest, Nails. Bond, Wayne William, Denver, Colo, Business. ROW FOUR -- Bonfiglio, Eugene A, Boulder, Colo, Engineering. Bong, Steven Howard, Arcadia, Calif, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Butt Ski Club, MRHA. Bossart, Elaine Louise, Grand Junction, Colo, Business, Sr Council, Minority Relations Commission, Dorm Song Leader. ROW FIVE - Boughton, Heather, La Jolla, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, vice pres, Pom Pon Girl, Silver and Gold, Sr Class Secy, Nails, SAE Little Sister of Minerva. Boxer, Judith Eve, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau, treas, AWS Revue. Boyd, Beverly Lynn, Mandan, ND, Music, Sigma Alpha iota, Canterbury, ASCM, secy. ROW SIX - Boyd, Raymond O, Folkston, Ga, Business, Delta Sigma Pi. Boyd William H, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Bradford, Fredrick J, Cortez, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, University Singers. ROW SEVEN - Bradley, Barbara J, Arvada, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Resident Advisor, WRHA, pres. Bradley, Pamela B, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Sigma. Brame, Frank A Ill, Boulder, Colo, Board ot Editors, CU Law Review, Phi Delta Phi. ROW EIGHT - Brandenburg, Brent L, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Brasel, Jerrie Rich, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Science, Alpha Gamma Delta, songleader, plg trainer, Buff Ski Club, Folk Song Club, Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart atten, International Fair, CSHA, Zeta Alpha Eta. Bredesen, William Peder Jr, Minneapolis, Minn, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, IFC rep, Hammers, CU Hockey Team. B ROW ONE - Breeden, Carol L, Salinas, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Physical Therapy. Brenton, Robert Eugene, Broomfield, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Brett, Bradford Arnold, Mexico, Mo, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, pres, Greek Week, chrmn, Sabres, Silver and Gold. ROW TWO - Breyley, Diana Scott, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Science. Breymeier, Paula, Walpole, Mass, Arts and Sciences. Brickey, James Merrill, Denver, Colo, Engineering, Colorado Engineer, Colorado Daily, adver mgr, Modern Choir, CU Jazz Ensemble, Phi Mu Alpha, AICHE, ROW THREE - Brink, Glen Arthur, Boulder, Colo, Engineering, Delta Upsilcn, pres, IFC, Sigma Tau, Phi Sigma Phi, Fresh, Camp, councelor, pub direc, Sink team, Honors program, Dean's Advisory Council, Superior Student Program, RJ Tipton program, AES control board, NSO. Bristow, Mary Kathleen, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omega Pi, rush chrmn, Homecoming co-chrmn, Clearing House, Kenkyu Club. Britt, Ann, Arlington Heights, Ill, Arts and Sciences. ROW FOUR - Britt, Margaret Ann, Briarcliff Manor, NY, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, AWS rep. Brooks, Carol, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Cosmo Club, Ski Club. Brooks, Ellen Hamilton, Cincinnati, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, YAF, YR's Wing Council. ROW FIVE - Brooks, John Alford, Montrose, Colo, arts and Sciences, Dorm pres, disciplinary comm, debating team, MRHA, election commissioner. Brooks, John Riley, Henderson, Colo, Engineering, Colorado Engineer, nance mgr, bus mgr, Soph Coun- cil, Rally commission, AICHE, vice-pres, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Superior Student Pro- gram. Brooks, Sidney B, Sr Class Vice-Pres, IRC, tres. ROW SIX - Brown, Hollis Woodrow, Hotchkiss, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi, Buff Ski Club, Football Team, head mgr. Brown, Kent Charles, Parker, Colo, Engineering, Scabbard and Blade, Chessmen, Resident Advisor. Brown, Lynn Dorrise, Aurora, Colo, Education. ROW SEVEN - Brown, Mary Findiay, Newington, Conn, Arts and Sciences, Phillips Brooks House, Health Proiect. Brown, Monica Lee, Petersburg, Va, Arts and Sciences, Cosmo Club, Buff Ski Club. Brown, Stewart M, Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Dramatics, YR's, CU Track, mgr, Bridge Club. ROW EIGHT - Browning, Gerald Lee, Lakewood, Colo, Engineering, Sigma Tau, historian, Tau Beta Pi. Brunkhorst, Bruce, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Bryan, Roy Douglas, Pueblo, Colo, Engineering, Resident Advisor, AICHE, pres, AES, control board, Chessmen, Colorado Engineer, features editor, IHC, RA rep. Weavers of illusion ROW ONE - Buchholz, William Ronald, Sterling, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Buckley, Janice, Glendale, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha, Panhel rep, house rngr, AWS rep, historian, tres, rush chrmn, YR's, Festival Chorus, Buff Ski Club. Bucknum, Barrie, Evergreen, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Silver and Gold, Buff Ski Club. Bugge, Finn Jorgen, Oslo, Norway, Engineering. Bugge, Yngvar Bernhard, Oslo, Norway, Engineering. Bullock, Kenneth R, Pleasant Lake, ND, Music, University Choir, Festival Chorus.Bumsted, Keith L, Lindsborg, Kansas, Business, Biological Sciences Curriculum Study, business mgr. Burkett, Deidra Worth, Santa Monica, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, pub, Program Commission, chrmn, Panhel. ROW TWO -- Burns, M. Edward, Aurora, Colo, Business, Fresh, Soph Councils, Phi Epsilon Phi, Beta Alpha Upsilon, Alpha Phi Lambda. Bums, Sandra Darrow, Littleton, Colo, Journalism, Sigma Lambda Phi, NSO, group leader, Jr Council. Buros, Gay Joanne, Phoenix, Ariz, arts and Science, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Hesperia, Players Club. Burr, Robert Elliott, Milwaukee, Wis, Arts and Sciences, Tau Kappa Ep- silon, pres, soc chrmn, sargent at arms, Soph Council, pres pro-tem, pub chrmn, NSO, sub-commissioner, Alpha Phi Omega, Senator-at-Large, Merchant Relations Comm, .lr Council, YAF, YR's, Hammers, Pi Sigma Alpha, Sr Council. Burritt, Judy Ann, Woodcliff Lake, NJ, Arts and Sciences, Festival Chorus, Ski Club, Cosmo Club. Burtis, Kathie, LaJunta, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, soc chrmn, Cheerleader, Theater. Butz, Sandra L, Brighton, Colo, Arts and Sciences, UMC Board, Steering Comm, Daughter of Golden Heart, Sigma Phi Epsilon Queen of Hearts, Fresh Council, Soph Advisor, Resident Advisor, Fresh Camp, Homecoming Royalty Comm, Program Commission, pub, Dorm Wing Officer. Byers, Kirk McCrea, Great Falls, Va, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club. . 2 ' i i ' . r L., l 6 LAY". 167, fs ROW ONE - Cadle, Steven Howard, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Calder, Alexander Ill, Montclair, NJ, Arts and Sciences. Callahan, Thomas J, Wray, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Callister, Susan Price, Lafayette, California, Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta, plg trainer, Fresh, Soph, Sr Councils, Buff Ski Club, Clearing House, College Bowl, Silver and Gold, Dorm Council, Homecoming Committee, Campus Chest. Calnan, Jack Augustine, Mbarara, Uganda, E. Africa, Engineering, Soccer team, AIAA, Tennis, Cosmo. Camp, Ann Janette, Loveland, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Alpha Lambda Delta, University Choir. Campbell, Alexander Bruce, Chappaqua, NY, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Greek Blood Bank, Phi Ep Phi, Sabres, pres. Campbell, Brian, Denver, Colo, Business. - ROW TWO - Campbell, Patrick Elwin, Denver, Colo, Business, President- Brackett Hall, MRHA, IHC, Soph Council, Buff Ski Club, CUAMA, ASUC Pro- gram Commission, Delta Sigma Pi. Canges, Stephen L, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Carlisle, Susan Margaret, Arlington Heights, III, Arts and Sciences, Hiking Club, Westminster Fellowship, Pi Sigma Alpha, Cosmo, YR's. Carlson, James Robert, Long Beach, Calif, Arts and Sciences. Carr, John Thomas, Chelms- ford, Mass, Arts and Sciences, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, Lacrosse, Buff Ski Club. Carrick, Carolyn Anne, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Mortar Board, AWS Central Hearing Board, UN Day Literature Chrmn, Homecoming Dance Chrmn, Intl Fair, Booth Chrmn, Buff Ski Club. Carter, Stephen Leslie, Boulder, Colo, Journalism, Sigma Delta Chi, vice-pres, tres, ASUC Pub Relations Commis- sion, Colorado Daily. Cash, Aeneas James, Denver, Colo, Education, transfer, DEX, Tres of Student Body. '65, ROW THREE - Cash, Nancy Katharine, Northfield, III, Arts and Sciences, Hiking Club, Buff Ski Club. Cassidy, James John, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Resi- dent Advisor, MRHA, vice-pres. Castleman, Curtis H, Littleton, Colo, Engineering, Sigma Tau, SIAM, Tau Beta Pi. Cathcart, Janet Lee, Golden, Colo, Arts and Sciences, AID, Festival Chorus. Chalif, David Earl, Pueblo, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Orchestra. Chandler, Dale B, Denver, Colo, Business. Cheever, Richard W, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Chenault, Georgia Marsh, Beale AF Base, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Cosmo, Latin Amer Club, transfer. ROW FOUR - Chenek, Lauren Gay, Fairview Park, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, ASUC Academic Affairs Commission, Delta Phi Delta, transfer, Northwestern. Chenowith, James Harold, Colorado Springs, Colo, Engineering, Chessman, vice-pres, Nichols Wing Pres, Festival Chorus. Ching, Vernon W C, Honolulu, Hawaii, Engineering, IEEE, Hawaiian Club. Christensen, Martha Lillian, Columbus, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Tones, Silver and Gold, Colo- rado Portfolio, AWS Review, Greek Week Songfest, Ski Club. Christiansen, Paula Ann, Commerce Dity, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, Rush Chrmn, Pi Sigma Alpha, IFC Blood Bank. Churchill, Barbara Mary, Glencoe, Ill, Arts and Sciences, YR's, AID. Clanahan, Denis Barkley, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, Sr Council. Clark, Barbara Jane, Birmingham, Mich, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha, house manager, AWS rep, Panhel Rush Com- mittee, College Bowl, YD's. 4 ROW ONE - Clark, Margaret Judith, Arlington, Va, Arts and Sciences, Election Commission, AWS rep, Sr Council, Daily reporter, Sr. Symposium Committee. Clark, Mark William, Taxco, Mexico, Business, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Hammers, CUAMA. Clark, Sheryl Marie, Littleton, Colo, Nursing, CSNA. ROW TWO - Clasen, Daniel Joseph, Pueblo, Colo, Aerospace Engineering, AIAA, AES. Clausen, Julie Ann, Mobile, Ala, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Rush chrm, Panhel rep, Silver and Gold, Panhel Culture Committee chrm, chrm of Big Eight Panhel-IFC Conference, World Affairs Week. Clayton, Suzanne, Los Gatos, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, pres, soc chrm, Panhel, Angels Flight. ROW THREE - Cleaver, Ronald Howard, Arvada, Colo, Journalism, Alpha Delta Sigma, Sigma Delta Chi. Clifford, Betty Jean, Rifle, Colo, Nursing, Nursing Choir, Residence Hall Constitu- tion and Bylaws Committee, CSNA, Stapleton Protect, chrm. Clifford, Robert Lee, Paducah, Ky, Business. ROW FOUR - Clapton, John Charles, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Phi Mu Alpha. Clymer, Lou Ann, Salina, Kan, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Head Cheer- leader, Castle Bells, Mortar Board, Coloradan staff, Hysperia. Cabin, Lyn Marie, Boulder, Colo, Education, Alpha Delta Pi, Housemanager, Clearing House, YWCA Tutorial Program. ROW FIVE - Coe, Twila Smith, Denver, Colo, Business, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Silver and Gold, ASUC Public Relations Commission, Coloradan, NSO, lnternational Fair, Campus Chest, AWS Songfest, YR's, Buff Ski Club. Cohen, Ann Sharon, Denver, Colo, Education, Cosmo, NEA, CEA. Cohen, Debra Lea, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau, vice-pres and rush chrm, Campus Chest, NSO Group Leader, Coloradan Sales Staff, YD's, Model United Nations, delegate. ROW SIX - Coile, James Thomas, Boulder, Colo, Engineering, Sigma Tau, SIAM, Alpha Phi Omega, secy and service vice-pres, Arnold Air Society, Military Ball Committee, chrm. Coke, Rogers lll, Boulder, Colo, Business, Delta Sigma Pi, historian. Collup, Carol, Pacific Palisades, Calif, Education, Pi Beta Phi. ROW SEVEN - Comstock, William Phillips, Alexandria, Va, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta, Jr. Council, Arnold Air Society, Gamma Iota Pi, Coloradan Sales Staff. Conn, Michael Langdon, Lewis, Iowa, Arts and Sciences, NSO, group leader, VFW Football. Connor, Susan Cosgrove, Springfield, NJ, Arts and Sciences, Scholarship and Standards, chrm, YWCA International Fair, co-chrm, Fresh Council. ROW EIGHT - Conzett, Linda Gene, Arvada, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Honors Union Council, secy, Clearing House, Welfare chrm, Fresh Camp Counselor, Psi Chi, Alpha Lambda Delta, AWS rep, NSO Group Leader. Cook, Joan, Evanston, Ili, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma, plg train, er, Panhel, plg trainer, and chrm. Cook, Stephanie Zell, Denver, Colo, Education, Wing pres, corres secy, President's Roundtable, Soph Advisor, Homecoming Publicity Chrm, AWS Revue, Stage Mgr, NSO Group Leader. l Il I 1 i t. . L l ll I I l .LI Q, llllll ,,.'lllk ll 0'-ez, V Y A ' " P , V s ROW ONE - Coone, Barbara Jean, Oakland, California, Business, Alpha Chi Omega, AWS Review, Soph Council, Beta Sigma, Vice-pres, Student Board, secy, Newman Club, tres. Cope, Joseph Adams, Rapid City,,S D, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon, pres, IFC, Retreat Committee, Scholarship Chrm, Organization and Procedures Chrm, ASUC Election Commission, Hammers, Sabers. Corbett, Rhoda Ellen, Fort Lupton, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Lambda Phi, Covenant Community, UFC, tres, Latin Amer Students. ROW TWO - Cordova, Beniamin, Clifton, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Cordova, Helen Moore, Grand Junction, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Human Relations Commission. Cormack, Richard Harrison, Colorado Springs, Colo, Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Tau, CU Amateur Radio Club. ROW THREE - Correll, Carolyn Frances, Rockford, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, 2nd vice-pres and rec secy, YWCA, pres, Soph, Jr, Sr, Council, Public Relations Commission, Women's Advisory Council, lntl Fair, Into Depot, Fresh Camp Counselor, Sr Symposium Com- mittee. Corum, Claudia Whitney, Sacramento, Calif, Arts and Sciences, International Fair, Russian Club, Model UN, Cosmo. Costello, David Theodore, Greeley, Neb, Business, Delta Sigma Pi. ROW FOUR - Craig, James Robert, Worland, Wyo, Engineering, IEEE, AES. Cramer, Janet Mary, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Cramoy, David Sidney, Teaneck, NJ, Business, Varsity Baseball, CUAMA. ROW FIVE - Crane, John Rutherford, Austin, Minn, Arts and Sciences, Clearing House. Crawford, Aileen Elizabeth, Toledo, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Porpoise Club, French Club, Italian Club. Crist, Charles Edson, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega, Pershing Rifles, NSO, Butt Ski Club, Hammers, Silver and Gold. ROW SIX - Criswell, .laney Lou, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Cultural Chrm, Silver and Gold, Hammers, Engineer Queen, Pershing Rifles, Little Sisters of Minerva, Pom Pon Girl. Cronlund, Mary Elizabeth, Littleton, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi, Rush Chrm and vice-pres, Silver and Gold, Soph, Jr Councils, AWS Central Hearing Committee, rep, International Fair. Crosier, William Lee, Greeley, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Coloradan Sports Editor, LaCrosse, Rocky Mountain Surfing Club, F'cawee Tribe. ROW SEVEN - Crowder, Byrd Epes, Blackstone, Va, Arts and Sciences, transfer, Queens College. Cruchley, Ann Lorraine, Western Springs, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, AWS, secy, Coloradan. Cubbison, Lloyd Aaron, Denver, Colo, Journalism, Sigma Delta Chi, pres, Professional Journalism Society. ROW EIGHT - Cummins, Pamela Louise, DeKalb, Ill, Education, Chi Omega, Housemanager, Buff Ski Club. Curb, Jess David, Las Vegas, Nevada, Arts and Sciences. Czubaty, Mary Ann Elizabeth, Denver, Colo, Education. 9 ROW ONE - Dabbagh, Abdullah Taher, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Dahlin, Daniel Fredrick, St. Paul, Minn, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi, soc chrm and rush chrm, IFC, rep, Hammers. Damianovich, Robert Paul, Leadville, Colo, Engi- neering, AIAA, pres, HES Control Board. Damon, James Robert, Arvada, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Danforth, Johnene Pamela, Denver, Colo, Nursing, Stapleton Tutoring Proiect, chrm, NSNA, Recruitment Committee, Special Proiects Commit- tee, Chrm, Delta Sigma Theta. Danko, Bette Virginia Williams, Phoenix, Ariz, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, secy and house mgr, Castle Bells, Silver and Gold, Jr Council, Nails. Davidson, John Arthur, Lakewood, Colo, Education, Sig- ma Phi Epsilon. Davidson, Leslie Marc, Denver, Colo, Business, Zeta Beta Tau, house mgr, steward, tres, Chess Club. ROW TWO - Davis, Amy Jeremy, Metuchen, NJ, Arts and Sciences, Dorm Wing Pres, Silver and Gold, AWS rep, President's Roundtable, Standards Board, chrm. Davis, Mary Margeret, Westminster, Colo, Nursing, NCF, pres. Davis, Marylee, Long Beach, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Clearing House, Off Campus Women's Senator, Sigma Lambda Phi, Cosmo. Dawson, Denise Marie, St. Louis, Mo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Lambda Phi, tres and secy, Spanish Club, Wom- en's Glee Club, Jr Year Abroad Program, Buff Ski Club, French Club. Deahl, John G, Atherton, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta, Varsity Swimming. Dean, Emilie Evans, Cohasset, Maine, Arts and Sciences. DeBella, Nancy L, Trinidad, Colo, Nursing. Decker, Bruce M, Aurora, Colo, Arts and Sciences. ROW THREE - Deere, Carmen Diana, Urbana, ill, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, pres, Panhel, Activities chrm, ASUC Senator-at-large, AWS senator, Dorm Wing Pres, Presidents Roundtable, vice-pres, Spurs, Hesperia, Mortar Board., editor, Angel's Flight, vice-pres, Budget Committee. DeGarmo, Donald Earl, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. DeGiacomo, W G, Barnard, Vt, Arts and Sciences, Ski Club, BMPP. DeWitt, Judith Anne, Holland, Mich, Arts and Sciences. Dick, Elinor Elizabeth, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, YWCA, Clearing House. Diedrich, George William, Denver, Colo, Education, YD's. Diel, Bonnie Lee, Ster- ling, Colo, Medical Technology, Am Soc of Med Tech. DiGiallonardo, Felix An- thony, Louisville, Colo, Arts and Sciences. ROW FOUR - Dike, Edward Conrad, Sterling, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Dill, Har- orld Alan, Denver, Colo, Business, Delta Tau Delta, pres, IFC, Alumnae Banquet chrm, Silver and Gold, CUMA, Sr Council. Dilts, Fred William Ill, Douglas, Wyo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Dinwiddie, Jean Brown, Boulder, Colo, Nursing. Dire, Juliann, Aberdeen, S Dak, Business, CUAMA. Diokic, Svetomir, Collbran, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Pi Sigma Alpha. Dobis, Frank John Jr, Pueblo, Colo, Engineering. Dodd, Sandra, Louett, Texas, Nursing. your paths are many ROW ONE - Dodd, Sandra Haskell, Cincinnati, Ohio, Nursing. Domont, Ronald G, Indianapolis, Ind, Busi- ness, Phi Sigma Delta, soc chrm, Jr Class Pres, Beta Alpha Psi, Phi Epsilon Phi, tres, Soph Council, Mer- chants Relations Commission, Silver and Gold, Buff Ski Club, Chess Club. Donelson, Rowena Marie, Longmont, Colo, Arts and Sciences, AWS, Race and Minorities Commission. Dorius, Michael Emmett, Coral Gables, Fla, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi, plg trainer, YR's, SSW, vice-pres, That Group, Hammers. ROW TWO - Douglass, Steven Jeffery, Northridge, Calif, Education, Buff Ski Club, Cosmo. Dowding, Charles H, Boulder, Colo, Engineering, ASCE, pres, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Chi Epsilon. Duchek, Donna Lee, St. Louis, Mo, Education, Colorado Portfolio, Silver and Gold, Buff Ski Club, International Fair, Resident Advisor, Fresh Camp. Dugan, Thomas A, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. ROW THREE - Dunkin, John Ezra Jr, Grand Junc- tion, Colo, Engineering, AIAA. Duprat, Arthur Carlos, Hanover, NJ, Arts and Sciences, Pi Sigma Alpha, YR's. Dyer, Gwendolyn, Tulsa, Okla, Arts and Sciences. Dyer, Homer Buzz H, Boulder, Colo, Busi- ness, Kappa Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi, secy, Sr Council. ROW FOUR - Easley, Jack Thomas ll, Aurora, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Intramurals. Eberle, William Rich- ard, Lakewood, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Radio Club, Arnold Air Society, Edwards, David Carey, Denver, Colo, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, scholarship chrm, IEEE, membership chrm, Silver and Gold. Efken, Paul Herman, Greeley, Colo, Business. 9 ECL? IX' 5--r converging for an instant ROW ONE - Egan, Robert Shaw, Buffalo, NY, Arts and Sciences, Resi- dent Advisor. Eggart, John Scott, Englewood, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Football mgr, Basketball mgr, Student Athletic Trainer. Eiklid, Gunnar Erik, Oslo, Norway, Engineering, Cosmo, ANSA, Chi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, ASCE. Eitreim, Raymond J, Leadville, Colo, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE. ROW TWO - Elkin, Virginia Louise, Dallas, Tex, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, Wing soc chrm, Colorado Portfolio, French Club, Homecoming Chrm. Elliot, Barbara Elaine, Sterling, Colo, Education, Chi Omega, soc service chrm, Kappa Delta Pi, pres, Alpha Lambda Delta, tres, Twelve Tones, Sr Personnel Rep, AWS Revue, Songfest, Ponhel Quota Committee. Elmblade, Jane Carol, Greeley, Colo, Nursing, CCCC, vice-pres, pres, Spurs, Buff Ski Club, ANS, tres, CSNA, Mortar Board, Sigma Theta Tau, pres. Elwell, Judy Lee, Rye, Colo, Journalism, Univer- sity Choir, Festival Chorus. ROW THREE - Englander, Lawrence Kenneth, Denver, Colo, Business, Sr Council, Delta Sigma Pi. Erb, Lee Alan, Boulder, Colo, Engineering, IEEE, Rocky Mountain Rescue Group, Buff Ski Club. Erickson, John Knute, Denver, Colo, Education. Erickson, Karen Anne, Denver, Colo, Education, Gamma Phi Beta, AWS, vice-pres, Resident Advisor, Sigma Alpha Eta, pres. ROW FOUR - Ervin, Nathan Paul, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Assistant Probation Officer, Public Relations. Essaias, Kassech, Denver, Colo, Nursing. Ettelbrick, Mary Jo, Greenup, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, pres, Homecoming Dance Committee, Songfest, AWS Revue. Etter, Linda, Lamar, Colo, Business, Delta Gamma, rush chrm, ASUC, secy, Jr Class secy, Castle Belles, Spurs, Engineer Days Queen, Attendant to Coloradan Queen, Pom Pon Girl. ROW FIVE - Evans, Dennis Wayne, Canon City, Colo, Arts and Sciences, ASUC, University Choir, Cosmo, Spanish Club, CU Buffoons. Evans, John Miles, Bethlehem, Penn, Arts and Sciences, Colorado Daily, Coloradan, Clearing House, Honors Union Council, Colorado Marching Band, ASUC, secy. Evans, Margaret Ann, Wheatridge, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Everitt, Pamela Ann, Urbana, III, Arts and Sciences, Resident Advisor, Soph Ad- visor, Student Deans' Program, Porpoise Club, Intramurals mgr. ROW SIX - Farnsworth, Karen Mona, Longmont, Colo, Education, Spurs, Alpha Lambda Delta, Porpoise Club, tres, Colorado Daily. Farsie, Mary Susan, St. Paul, Minn, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi, Panhel, rep and Scholarship chrm, Buff Ski Club, AWS Revue, YWCA Tutor. Faude, Ellen Virginia, Grand Rapids, Mich, Education, CEA, Clearing House, Buff Ski Club. Faust, Jacquelyn Ruth, St. Louis, Mo, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Silver and Gold, ASUC, teaching recognition award chrm, Jr class tres, Soph Council, Engineering Queen, Homecoming Queen Attendant. ROW SEVEN - Favour, Emily Howe, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Fawcett, Pamela S, Brush, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Cosmo, Latin Amer Club, People to People, Campus Friends, French Club. Fender, Douglas Howard, Julesburg, Colo, Journalism, Sigma Delta Chi. Ferguson, Nancy L, Denver, Colo, Nursing, ANS, Sigma Theta Tau. ROW EIGHT - Ferguson, Virginia Margaret, Pueblo, Colo, Education, Dorm Council, Resident Advisor, Coloradan, Buff Ski Club. Fersztendig, Sylvia Renee, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Phi, NSO Leader, Fresh Advising Assistant. Fevoag, Joyce M, Carbondale, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Newman Club, Sigma Lambda Phi. Field, Sondra Lee, Los Angeles, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Silver and Gold, Cosmo, Military Ball Princess. ROW ONE - Fink, Barbara Elizabeth, Boulder, Colo, Education. Finnegan, Michael John, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi Omega, vice-pres, Winter Carnival, chrm, Williams Village Council, Resident Advisor. Fisher, Gary Kent, Wessington, S D, Business, CUMA, Colorado Daily, Minority Relations Committee. Fisher, Shiela Ann, Lakewood, Colo, Education, Buff Ski Club, Cosmo, NEA, CEA. ROW TlNO - Fitzpatrick, Helen Ann, Wheatridge, Colo, Busi- ness, Delta Gamma, Silver and Gold, Newman Club, Panhel, advisor. Flater, Ann-Charlotte, Littleton, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi, Silver and Gold, Butt Ski Club. Flax, Michael Greg, Denver, Colorado, Arts and Sciences, LaCrosse. Flowers, Wil- liam Harold Jr, Pine Bluff, Ark, Arts and Sciences. ROW THREE - Forbes, James McMillan, Aurora, Colo, Engi- neering, LaCrosse, NROTC, AES, YAF. Ford, Shirley, Joplin, Mo, Arts and Sciences. Fossum, Jeffrey Evan, Littleton, Colorado, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi, Fresh Class Pres, Young Ameri- cans for Freedom, pres, Sabres, Pi Sigma Alpha. Foster, Donna Louise, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi, asst plg trainer, pres, Silver and Gold, YWCA International Fair, booth chrm. ROW FOUR - Fowler, Rodney Lee, Denver, Colo, Engineering, IEEE. Francis, John Anderson, Fort Morgan, Colo, Engineering. Franklin, Gerald R, Aurora, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Franklin, Richard C Jr, Aurora, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Judo Club, Newman Club. ,',,., .1 "e 'F rt , , -iw ep- i Q-P' ge t . J ,W 1 i ccltclpulting between laughter ROW ONE - Gibson, George Harden Jr, Fort Ann, NY, Engineering, IEEE, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Tau. Gibson, Mary Lee, Wayzata, Minn, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club. Gill, James D, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. ROW TWO - Gilmore, Judy K, Dallas, Tex, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta housemanager, AWS rep, Dorm Soc Chrm, Nails. Gilstrap, David Victor, Denver, Colo, Business. Glaser, Marilyn, Shawnee Mission, Kan, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau. ROW THREE - Gluck, Frederick George, Hoffman Estates, Ill, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, Tau Beta Pi, pres, Sigma Tau, Sabres, NROTC, SIAM, vice-pres. Goeller, Robert John, Wichita, Kan, Arts and Sciences. Goldstein, Peter Alan, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. ROW FOUR - Good, Donald V, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Goodhue, Jill Putnam, Pasadena, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club. Gorman, Darrell Eugene, Lakewood, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Chess Club, Jr Council, Honors Program, Clear- ing House. ROW FIVE - Goubaud, Monica Frances, Winter Park, Fla, Arts and Sciences, Resi- dent Advisor. Graber, Jo Beth, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, transfer, Knox College. Grabow, Georgia Kay, Canon City, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Resident Ad- visor, Miss Perfect Body, AWS rep, Miss Medical Technologist. ROW SIX - Grace, Larry R, Arvada, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta, soc chrm, Silver and Gold, pres, IFC, Italian Club. Grant, Jeanne Marie, Winchester, Mass, Arts and Sciences. Grass, Michael William, Grand Rapids, Mich, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega, Public Relations Chrm, Oracle, editor, Sigma Delta Chi, IFC. ROW SEVEN -- Graves, Spencer Bryce, Fort Morgan, Colo, Engineering, Calico and Boots. Gray, Linda Joyce, Caldwell, ld, Nursing, CSNA, Hearing Board. Green, Caro- lyn Mabel, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, United Protestant Center. ROW EIGHT - Greenamyer, Jill, Monrovia, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, "The Unsinkable Molly Brown", "Guys and Dolls." Greene, Jonny Joyce, Spokane, Wash, Education, Alpha Delta Pi, soc chrm, ass't plg trainer, Silver and Gold, YWCA Intl Fair, Buff Ski Club. Grier, Herbert Earl, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. cmd tears OPPOSITE PAGE: ROW ONE - Franks, John Milan, Lisbon, Iowa, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, exec council, Silver and Gold, Sr Council, Dorm Hearing Board, Greek Week Committee, Hammers, IFC Senator, Budget Commission. Frazier, Richard Alan, Pueblo, Colo, Business, Intra- murals. Frederick, Michael John, Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, IFC, secy, UN Week. French, Susan Moline, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Fritz, Frederick Charles, Florence, Colo, Business, Phi Kappa Tau, Jr Men's Honorary. Fuller, Robert K, Denver, Colo, Architecture, Phi Gamma Delta, Delta Phi Delta, AIA. Fyke, Jennifer, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Cosmo, Psi Chi, Valkyrie, Clearing House. Gabay, J Boris, San Salvador, EI Salvador, Arts and Sciences, Cosmo, Latin Amer Club. ROW TWO - Gain, Judith Kathryn, Claremont, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, tres, corres secy, Panhel, committee chrmn, YR's. Gallagher, Linda Donlon, Wash DC, Education, Chi Omega, Silver and Gold, Buff Ski Club. Gamblin, Gae Ann, Boulder, Colo, Business, Delta Gamma, Greek Blood Bank, vice pres, Sr Council, CUAMA. Gardenswartz, Beth Zandra, Den- ver, Colo, Education, Resident Advisor, Soph Advisor, Silver and Gold, Dorm, wing council. Gardner, Elizabeth L, Hammond, Ind, Education, Program Commission, pub committee, Buff Ski Club, Board of Publications, Dorm, secy, Soph Advisor, Homecoming, royalty committee. Gardner, Nancy Lee, Houston, Tex, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi, pres, plg trainer, Home- coming Chrmn, Russian Club, secy, Women's Racing Club, French Club, Ayn Rand Study Group, Uninc. Garland, Catherine Evelyn, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Jr Council, French House, resident advisor, Homecoming, Royalty Coordinator, transfer, CSU, Spurs, Alpha Kappa Lambda Sweetheart, Arts and Sciences Secy. Garnier, Jeannette, Los Angeles, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, rush chrm, SAE Little Sisters of Minerva, Nails. ROW THREE - Garon, Leonard Zane, Pueblo, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Judo Club. Garrison, Thomas Powers, Boulder, Colo, Engineering. Geer, Susan Carolyn, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Lambda Delta, Homecoming Committee, French Club, secy, vice pres, Kappa Delta Pi. Geiger, Jay, Walsenburg, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Tau, rush chrmn, Hammers, Jr, Sr Councils, IFC, rush chrmn, chief justice, Homecoming Committee. Geisler, Victor M, York, Pa, Arts and Sciences, George, James Pierce, Boulder, Colo, Engineering, Alpha Chi Sigma, tres, Calico and Boots, AICHE, Newman, AROTC. George, Michael J, Balboa, Calif, Business, Delta Tau Delta, pres, vice pres, plg trainer, IFC, rep, Hammers, Silver and Gold. George, Susan Linda, Santa Barbara, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, SAE Little Sisters of Minerva, Sigma Alpha Eta, People-to-People. 4 ROW ONE - Griffin, Robert Douglas, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha, Secy, NSO Group Leader, Married Student Housing,'Student Manager. Groff, Neal, Correctionville, Iowa, Business. Gualtieri, Janice E, Deerfield, Ill, Arts and Sciences. ROW TWO - Hagood, Lloyd David, Denver, Clerk. Guenther, Blanche Ruth, Golden, Colo, Nursing, CSNA, Choir, Hearing Board. Stephen, Casper, Wyo, Law, Legal Aid Clinic, Phi Delta Phi. Halber, Michael Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi Omega, Newman Club, Dorm information ROW THREE - Hamblin, Steven Thomas, Westminster, Colo, Business, Delta Sigma Pi, YAF, Men's Glee Club. Hamil, Carolyn Kay, Fort Worth, Tex, Arts and Sciences. Hamil, Karen Ruth, Sterling, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, AWS Soph Senator, ASUC, committee secy, SOSL, secy, Program Commission, Election Commission, Spurs, Hesperia, Mortar Board, vice- pres, Alpha Lambda Delta. ROW FOUR - Hamm, Gabriella, Lakewood, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Hammar, Norman Lind, Glenwood Springs, Colo, Business, Phi Kappa Tau, Silver and Gold. Hammill, Priscilla Elaine, Newport Beach, Calif, Education. ROW FIVE - Hand, Phyllis Ann Boortz, Council Bluffs, Iowa, Education, Kappa Delta Pi, Girls Glee Club, Buff Ski Club, transfer. Haney, Richard Lee, Jr, Greenwood Village, Colo, Business, Kappa Sigma, secy, asst tres, Fresh Council, Intramural Advisory Council, ASUC Budget Commission, Silver and Gold, Phi Ep Phi, Hammers, Beta Gamma Sigma, Delta Sigma Pi, scholarship chrmn, Beta Alpha Psi, secy, Homecoming Chrmn, IFC Rush Committee, Regents Scholar, ASUC Supreme Court Justice. Hanley, Sharon Ann, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, Newman Club. ROW SIX - Hansen, Jacqueline Rae, Raytown, Mo, Arts and Sciences. Hansen, Richard Alan, Gary, Ind, Business, Alpha Kappa Psi. Hanson James Paul, Commerce City, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Wrestling. ROW SEVEN - Harley, Kathryn Anne, Denver, Colo, Education, Chi Omega, Cosmo, Girls' Glee Club, Ski Club. Harr, Peter Edward, Colorado Springs, Colo, Engineering and Business, ASCE, Delta Sigma Pi, Sigma Tau, Chi Epsilon, Intramural Sports. Harris, Lawrence Franklin, Rockville, Maryland, Arts and Sciences, Intramurals. ROW EIGHT - Harris, Susan G, Denver, Colo, Journalism. Harrison, Karen, Dallas, Tex, Arts and Sciences, Pacesetter, AWS, pres, Mortar Board, tapping chrmn, Hesperia, pres, Spurs, activities chrmn, SOSL, AWS Revue, dir, University Theater. Hartberg, Janis, Heron Lake, Minn, Arts and Sciences. OPPOSITE PAGE: ROW ONE - Hasselgren, Noel D, Denver, Colo, Business. Hayes, Daniel Kent, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, YD's, Arnold Air Society, information officer, Fresh Camp, counselor, NSO, counselor, Int'l Relations Club. Hayes, Victoria Fae, Eagle River, Alas- ka, Education, NSO, leader,.Resident Advisor, Hearing Board Advisor, Education, scholarship committee advisor. ROW TWO - Hayhurst, Edward G, Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi Omega, Scholarship Board, Hearing Commtitee, Resident Advisor. Haynes, Gary Ronald, Colo- rado Springs, Colo, Engineering, Business, ASCE, Intramurals. Heanue, John Paul, White Plains, NY, Business, Buff Ski Club, Special Events Commission, CUAMA, Sigma Delta Alpha. ROW THREE - Heath, Teresa Elaine, Prairie Village, Kan, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, soc chrmn, Junior Panhel, Panhel, alum relations committee chrmn, Soph Council, Sig Ep Daughters of the Golden Heart. Heclct, William Leland, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Judo Club. Hein, Marvin Carl, Ft. Lupton, Colo, Business, Sigma Nu, Wrestling. ROW FOUR - Heiser, Virginia, Lake Forest, Ill, Education, Gamma Phi Beta, AWS, clerk. Heiss, Jo, Ketchum, Id, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Kappa Delta Pi, Homecoming At- tendant. Hemmeter, Sally Newton, Honolulu, Hawaii, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, ass't tres, Buff Ski Club, Wesley Foundation. ROW FIVE - Henry, Carol Ann, Roselle Park, NJ, Arts and Sciences. Henry, Patrick Milburn, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Arnold Air Society. Heppes, Janet Dorothy, Whispering Pines, NC, Education, Dorm, soc chrmn, Soph Advisor. ROW SIX - Hermsmeyer, Norris William, Boulder, Colo, Business, Alpha Phi Omega, pres, UMC Board, Relations Programming Board, chrmn, Clearing House, Gamma Delta. Hernandez, Philip N, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Herrera, Joseph Jr, Santa Fe, NM, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta, Circle K, Alpha Phi Omega. ROW SEVEN - Herzig, Michael Robert, Denver, Colo, Engineering, ASCE, secy, Chi Epsilon, pres. Hester, Lillie Celestine, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Heverly, Martha Jean, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, YWCA, United Protestant Center, enabling group. ROW EIGHT - Hickcox, David H, Shreveport, La, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi, corres secy, Club, pres, Scabbard and Blade, rec secy. Higby, James Eugene Jr, Monument, Colo, Business, Phi Kappa Psi, Army Cadet pres, Drill Team, YR's. Higgins, Kent Thomas, Wheat Ridge, Colo, Journalism, Alpha Delta Sigma. 96 1 fn ., K 4 .g ig W ' gl. .. ff , .S-1'..-.ffiif f f H Yfgruvql ,'1,'.u,I: i ,,, H -v1'lAIQi5g,4? 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W-4,4 H' f ,f. 2--,L-- V Y 'Qi 4-, -H , V . ..g..gaL,4sma1:'x linac , -A,.,..-g4,w,,,, ,- ,, g : you have dwelt in concrete palaces '-Ja 5- -. ws new 08 qw? x j. v.u-'war fif- 3' ws. l - ,I 'al' , .imv z- ' 1 L? ., ,. ,if I Q - - - -v Q' n J .,- 1 in 9 Q .rv ,-v P 1' uw - Q Ci-1 -:F .V , 'T an rf' .- - ., it .fl--vim s Y x gg.-in , , ,hiya . " "'f"?72'Q' up n. fffja- 5.1. 5: .. ak. -' I . I i ROW ONE - Honegger, Arthur Herbert, Oakley, Calif, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Ep Phi, Buff Ski Club, Intramural Track. Hopf, Robert E, Boulder, Colo, Engineering, Sigma Pi Sigma, vice-pres, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi. Hopp, Margaret Ann, Loveland, Colo, Education, Chi Omega, AWS Revue, Personnel Board. Hopp, Walter James, Longmont, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Hopple, Diane Lorraine, Toledo, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta, activities chrmn, vice-pres, Spurs, Dorm Intramurals Chrmn, Porpoise. Horn, Linda Kay, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Education, Homecoming alumni hostess, Sophomore Advisor, Resident Advisor, AWS Songfest, NSO, Dorm, floor rep, social chrmn. Horrigan, Kathleen Marie, Phoenix, Ariz, Arts and Sciences, Dorm, social chrmn. Hosken, Cheryl Kay, Eau Claire, Wis, Nursing, Buff Christian Fellowship, secy, Graduate Nurses' Club. ROW TWO - Hosken, Robert Duwayne, Aurora, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Buff Christian Fellowship, pres, Russian Club. Howard, Edson Robert, Rand, Colo, En- gineering and Business. Howell, Julie G, Muncie, ind, Arts and Sciences. Hughes, Nancy Jean, Golden, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Silver and Gold, Clearing House, Panhel Pres. Hultin, Barbara Ann, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, pres, rush chrmn, pledge pres, Soph Council, Jr Council, Sr Council, Academic Affairs Commissioner, Dean's Advisory Council, Committee on University Structure, secy, AWS Revue, porducer, program chrmn, Teaching Recognition Award Committee, University Calendar Committee. Hussey, Marianne, Cincinnati, Ohio, Arts and Sciences. Hutchens, John Wayne, Wilmington, Ohio, Business, Phi Delta Theta, tres, vice'pres, Hammers, Alpha Kappa Psi, Homecoming, gen committee, co-ordinator, Alumni Affairs Commis- sion, Jr Council, Sr Council, Fresh Football. Hutchings, Barry Brent, Grand Junc- tion, Colo, Business, Dorm, soc. chrmn, YR's, Newman Club. ROW THREE - Ingalls, Kathleen Ann, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Nails. Ingles, Janis Lynn, Dearborn, Mich, Arts and Sciences. Inglis, Alan L, Boulder, Colo, Engineering, AES, Eta Kappa Nu, Ski Club. Innes, Jane Stephenson, Milwaukee, Wis, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, Hearing Board, Dorm, soc chrmn. lrick, Cheryl Lynn, Lakewood, Colorado, Arts and Sciences. Irwin, Kathleen Sue, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, house manager, rec secy, scribe, Greek Week Committee, Coloradan, organi- zations editor. lverts, Dace, Colorado Springs, Colo, Education. Jackson, John Cleo Jr, Abilene, Tex, Arts and Sciences. where hope is ci heartbeat 5+ ' "EL i gc' 'if "' "' 1' H754 1-3 . ,K ', J .I - I igwifgin V. I eil: Y, ,rg 71" , . , I L , A . 1 f was-L il mi'-f . si- , ROW ONE - Jackson, Gary Monroe, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Jacobson, Michael Joseph, Massapequa Park, NY, Busi- ness, Zeta Beta Tau, plg pres, secy, vice pres, Delta Sigma Pi, NSO, group forum leader, College Bowl, pub committee. John, Peter P, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Am Soc ot Med Tech, pres, publicity committee. Johnson, Barry Meredith, Englewood, Colo, Business, Sigma Chi, secy, tres, NSO, IFC, rush committee, Delta Sigma Pi, THAT Group. Johnson, Garreth Roger, Loveland, Colo, Business, Alpha Delta Sigma, Colorado Portfolio, Penny Poetry, Colorado Daily, Dorm, soc chrmn, NSO, counselor, Butt Ski Club. Johnson, James Phillip, Danville, Ill, Business, Alpha Kappa Psi, tres, Alpha Phi Omega. Johnson, Richard Alan, Denver, Colo, Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha, house mgr, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Superior Student Program. Johnson, Sharon Gladys, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, UBF, Campus Crusade for Christ, Inter-Religious Council. ROW TWO - Johnson, Stephen Ross, Colorado Springs, Colo, Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, Sigma Tau, ASME, AES, Festival Chorus. Johnson, Wade Leighton, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club. Johnstone, Margaret, Wallsend, England, Arts and Sciences. Jones, Pamela Sue, Palos Verdes Estates, Calif, Arts and Sciences. Jones, Ralph Dellman, Littleton, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi, pres, secy, NSO, Dorm, pres, Honors, Delta Sigma Pi. Jones, Roberta Beth, Lancaster, Pa, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, Sigma Alpha Eta. Jordan, Morris Stewart, Aurora, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Drama, Square Dancing, Hiking Club, AFROTC. Jorgensen, Marta Kay, Glen Ellyn, Ill, Nursing, CSNA, Four C's. ROW THREE - Joseph, Jerry Allan, Norwood, Colo, Business, Phi Ep Phi, Jr Council, Delta Sigma Pi, secy. Jurcheck, John Clark, Denver, Colo, Engineering, Acacia, Sigma Tau, NROTC, Star and Sextant. Kahn, Stephan B, Albuquerque, NM, Engineering, ASME, AES, Silver and Gold. Kail, Karl Aurel, Montrose, Pa, Engineering. Kalbfleisch, Jocelyn Hafstrom, Fullerton, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Cosmo, YR's Buff Ski Club. Kalbfleisch, Norman Ralph, Whittier, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Radio Club, Bowling Team. Kandyloa, Joel Allan, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Kaplan, Marlene Rae, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Hillel Foundation, NSO, ROW ONE - Kastler, Mark Nicholas, Brush, Colo, Engineering. Kawate, Doris, Lauai, Kauai, Hawaii, Nursing, Hawaii Club, Graduate Nurse Club, Clearing House. Kehl, Dale W Jr, Wheat Ridge, Colo, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, IFC Rush Committee, Silver and Gold. ROW TWO - Keller, Rebecca Sue, Lakewood, Colo, Artsand Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi, pres, pig trainer, dorm pres, soph advisor, Spohomore Council, Spurs, Hesperia, Mortar Board, Panhel senator. Kelly, Carol Ann, Sioux City, Iowa, Arts and Sciences. Kelly, Donna Lou, Denver, Colo, Music, Sigma Alpha lota, editor, Alpha Lambda Delta, French Club, CEA-NEA, MENO, Modern Choir, University Choir, Artist Series, Faculty-Student committee, College of Music, student council. College Council. j b V ROW THREE - Kelly, 'Lloyd Ray, Boulder, Colo, Engineering, Chi Alpha, pres, vice-pres, AlCHE, Boettcher Scholar, Dean's list, Superior Student 'Program,,,Kelly, Therese Marie, Broad- view, ill, Nursing, Graduate Nurse Club, secy,' Navy'Nurse Corps, lcdr. Kepler, Linda Lee, BouIder,'Colo, Arts and Sciences. ROW FOUR - Keppler, Susan Kay, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, house manager, Nails, Dean's list. Kent, Jacqueline Ann,-Teaneck, NJ, Arts and Sciences. Kernen, Kenneth Lloyd, Del Norte, Colo, Engineering, AES, IEEE, Calico and Boots. ROW FIVE - Kester, Jonathan Hall, Denver, Colo, Education. Kettler, Peter Stanton, Miami, Fla, Business, Phi Delta Theta, rush chrmn, Delta Sigma Pi. Keyser, John Sessions, Fredonia, NY, Arts and Sciences, Delta Upsilan, pres, SOSL, chrmn, Freshman Camp, dir, intramural tennis, basketball. ROW SIX - Khomson, Niramol, Bangkok, Thailand, Business. Kiddoo, William Malcolm, Palatine, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Delta Upsilon, rush chrmn, plg trainer, intramurals. Kidder, Henry Maynard, lll, Oyster Bay, NY, Arts and Sciences. ROW SEVEN -, Kiely, Bruce Fraser, Mesa, Ariz, Business, Phi Kappa Tau, plg trainer, tres, CUAMA, Spohomore Council. Killoch, Linda Ilene, Boonton, NJ, Nursing, CSNA. Kirchoff, Carol Jean, Boulder, Colo, Music, Chi Omega, Tau Beta Sigma, secy, vice-pres, pres, Band. ROW EIGHT - Kirkton, Jennifer Ellen, Altcidena, Calif, Education, Chi Omega, secy, Silver and Gold, Panhel. Kirtland, James M, Boulder, Colo, Business, UMC Board, Chrmn, ASUC, senator at large, Senate Rules Committee, chrmn, Alpha Kappa Psi, Psi Chi, Buff Ski Club, Clearing House, Head Start, chmn. Kitchin, Karen Ann, Chula Vista, Calif, Kappa Alpha Theta, vice-pres, Clearing House, Program Commission, Coloradan, asst photo coordinator. you have seen ROW ONE - Klater, Judith Ann, Rapid City, SD, Arts and Sciences, Calico and Boots, Uni' versity Orchestra, Festival Chorus, Boulder International Folk Dance Club, Penny-Poetry Art Editor, Wesley Foundation, Denver Balkan Folk Dance Club, Artist Series Usher. Klater, Kathleen Larenne, Rapid City, SD, Arts and Sciences, Calico and Boots, University Orchestra, Festival Chorus, Boulder International Folk Dance Club, Penny Poetry, Editor, Balkan Folk Dance Club, Artist Series Usher. Klipp, Ramoncl Dale, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Delta Upsilon, Fresh Council, Soph Council, Phi Epsilon Phi, CU racing club. ROW TWO - Kmitch, Gloria Ann, Denver, Colo, Education. Knight, Robert Milton, Boulder, Colo, Journalism, Sigma Delta Chi, pres, ASUC, pub relations commisisoner, journalism society, Festival Chorus, Alpha Delta Sigma, Journalism School exec council. Knowlton, Barbara, St. Louis, Mo, Arts and Sciences. ROW THREE - Knuclson, Patricia Lynn, Izmir, Turkey, Arts and Sciences, Cosmopolitan Club, French Club. Kochis, Richard Leroy, Boulder, Colo, Engineering, IEEE, Eta Kappa Nu. Kocsis, Helen Rebecca, Memphis, Tenn, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Oracle, bus sec, Colo- radan staff, Hesperia, Song leader, Mortar board, assist tapping chrmn, Jr Council, Scholar- ship comm chrmn, UMC Board, sec, Program Learning Center, chrmn, Angels Flight trainer. ROW FOUR - Koehlmoos, Barbara J, Denver, Colo, Education. Koepnick, Richard Borland, Dayton, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Chi Psi. Koepp, Donna P Petersen, Clinton, Iowa, Education, Arts and Sciences, Clearing House, Navajo committee. ROW FIVE - Koeppen, Helen Marilyn, Fort Lupton, Colo, Nursing, CCCC, Colo Student Nurses Assoc. Kourik, Lois Miriam, Golden, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Spanish Club, Canter- bury Assoc, Latin American Club, Campus Friends, Krueger, Gloria Ann, Denver, Colo, Music, Sigma Alpha Iota, sergeant at arms, ASCM, rep, Festival Chorus, Women's Glee, accomp, Univ Choir, Gamma Delta, soc chrmn. ROW SIX - Kraybill, Linda Jeanne, Rockville, Mary, Education, Gamma Phi Beta, pres, plg trainer, Fresh Class, sec, Spur, uniform chrmn, Steering Comm, Soph Class, sec, Teacher Recognition Award Comm, ASUC pub relation comm, High school relations program, Home- coming queen finalist, Mortar Board, AWS senator to ASUC, ASUC comm on Commissions, Joint univ conf. Kristenson, Linda Joyce, Englewood, Colo, Arts and Science, Psi Chi, Univ Symphony Orchestra, Baroque Ensemble. Kryc, Joe, New York City, NY, Arts and Sciences. ROW SEVEN -- Kubick, June Eva, Arvada, Colo, Arts and Science, French club, pres, RMMSM, soc chrmn, tres, Libby Honor wing, Wesley Foundation, sec. Kunzman, James Ross, Fort Lupton, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi Omega. Kurlander, Joan Lee, Baltimore, Md, Arts and Sciences. ROW EIGHT - Kurth, Richard Charles, Greeley, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Chi, NROTC, Kurtzman, James E., Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Kuwabara, Nancy Jean, Broomfield, Colo, Education, kenkyu club. ci thousand faces ROW ONE - Kvammen, Asblorn, Moi Rana, Norway, Engineering, Chi Epsilon, ASCE, ANSA, Lobe, Louis Jay, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Dorm Hearing Board, ASUC Supreme Court, Traffic Appeals Tribunal. Labuda, Marilyn Gregory, Boulder, Colo, Education. Lacy, Rollin Loyd, Chadron, Nebr, Business. Ladmer, Teri Sue, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau, Sigma Alpha Eta, Homecoming Committee, YWCA, AWS Revue, Greek Songfest. Lager, Gary George, Englewood, Colo, Engineering, Alpha Phi Omega, IEEE. Laing, Marilyn Anne, Glen Ellyn, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Delta. Lake, Lynne Doe, Arvada, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, asst plg trainer, songleader. ROW TWO - Lalley, Judith Anne, Lancaster, Penn, Arts and Sciences. Lambert, Max Richard, Columbus, Ohio, Engineering. Lang, Carol Jeanette, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Lang, Donald Raymond, Wes- ton, Mass, Arts and Sciences, Delta Upsilon, rec secy, chapter relations, Clearing House, NSO, Freshman Camp Counselor. Langridge, Ardelle K, Grand Junction, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Larned, Charlotte Ann, Grand Rapids, Mich, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, soc chrm, Buff Ski Club, Program Commission, Nails, Castle Bells, Coloradan, Phanhel-IFC, Blood Bank. Lassila, Lisa A, Minneapolis, Minn, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, soc serv chrmn, Nails, Blood Bank. Lawhon, Sandra Carol, Denver, Colo,'Music, Bowling Club, sec, Music Educators Natl Confer- ence, sec, Sigma Alpha Iota, vice-pres, Tau Beta Sigma, song leader, Sophomore Advisor, University Choir, Concert Band, Symphonic Orchestra. ROW THREE - Lawler, Joyce LaVerne, Homewood, Ill, Education AWS rep, Campus Friends, Buff Ski Club, Cosmo, Clearing House. Laying, Susan Kennard, Glen Ridge, NJ, Arts and Sciences,'Jr Council, AWS rep. Lazzerino, Linda M, Grand Junction, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Deans Advisory Council, chrm, NSO, Jr, Sr Councils, Fresh Camp Coun- selor, Resident Advisor, Clearing House. Leary, Regina Diane, Lompoc, Calif, Arts, and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, house mgr, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi-Sigma Alpha, AWS Review, Coloradan, Panhel. Lease, Patricia Ann, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, Soph Advisor, Wing Pres, Wing Council, WRA. Lee, Tamara Rowe, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Lefkowitz, Carolyn, Beverly Hills, Calif, Nursing, CSNA. Lehnerz, Lawrence Theodore, Denver, Colo, Business, Delta Sigma Pi, CUAMA, pres, Business School Newspaper, staff, Business School Student Board. ROW ONE - LeMoine, Kenneth Richard, Mantey Heights, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Leonard, Mary Jo, Lima, Ohio, Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau, Honor Society, Lieutenant Navy Nurse Corps. Leong, Jamie Mei Chun, Honolulu, Hawaii, Business, Hui O Hawaii, sec, Beta Sigma, sec, CUAMA. Levey, Irwin Lee, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Sigma, Lacrosse, Kiwanis. Levine, Jeffrey B, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Course Evaluation, dir, Dean's Advisory Council, Clearing House, Freshman Camp Counselor, Colorado Daily Staff. ROW TWO - Lewark, George Frederick, Lakewood, Colo, Education, Football, Baseball, Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Lewien, Cathryn Barby, Beaver, Okla, Music, Soph Advisor, University Singers, AWS Songfest, song leader. Lewis, Barbara Ellen, Menlo Park, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, chaplain. Lewis, Judith Lynn, Golden, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Cheerleader, Intramural Chairman, Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Queen Finalist, Homecoming Queen Semifinalist. Lilly, K Gary, Denver, Colo, Business, Delta Upsilon, financial mgr, board of dir of House Corp, Alumni Chrmn. ROW THREE - Lindsey, Carl Bernard, Fountain, Colo, Engineering, IEEE, AES. Lingwood, Elden Lewis, Boulder, Colo, Business, Sigma Chi, plg trainer, intra- murals. Lingwood, Phil L, Boulder, Colo, Education. Linn, Barbara Neumann, DesMoines, Iowa, Business, Delta Gamma, first vice-pres, Mortar Board, Angels' Flight, Sophomore Council, Senior Council, Merchant Relations, sec. Littell, Mary Sharon, Madison, Conn, Arts and Sciences, Festival Chorus. ROW FOUR - Livingston, Judith Kay, Haxtun, Colo, Nursing, Band, Choir, CCCC, CSNA. Lof, Laura Miriam, Englewood, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Lonergan, Carol Sue, Chicago, lll, Arts and Sciences, Newman Club, Writers' Conference, Russian Club, Buff Ski Club. Low, Bonnie Lorraine, Grand Junction, Colo, Edu- cation. Lutz, Joan Kelley, Garden City, New York, Education, Alpha Chi Omega, hist, soc chrmn, homecoming decorations chrmn, Silver and Gold, Dorm rep, Campus Chest exec, Blood Bank, Soc Chrmn Jr Class Council, NSO leader. ROW FIVE - MacDonald, David W, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, CU Buffoons, dir, Intramurals, Campus Crusade for Christ. MacDonald, William Gromer, Center, Colo, Silver and Gold, CUAMA, Delta Sigma Pi. MacElveen, Patricia Marchman, Westminister, Colo, Nursing, Graduate Nursing Club. Macey, Mary Page, Kentfield, Calif, Education, Buff Ski Club, Clearing House, Hiking Club. MacFarland, Nancy Lee, Pomona, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, vice-pres, Silver and Gold, Nails. and kn own ci few lisa. ROW ONE - Magnusson, Edwin Robert, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi Omega, YRIS, YAF. Maize, .lim D, Fullerton, Calif, Arts and Sciences. Malmberg, Roberta Jane, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Lambda Phi, Anthropology Club, Lutheran Student Association, Christus Rex Lutheran. Mancini, Lawrence Joseph, Brighton, Colo, Engineering, AES, Sigma Tau, AIAA. Mangus, Marsha Lynn, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Manning, Willard G., Aurora, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Marbry, Linda Ann, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Freshman Camp, Alpha Lambda Delta. McMahan, Mary Susan, Anderson, Ind, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, Nails. ROW TWO - Morquart, Cynthia Marie, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Anthropology Club. Mar- row, Lynn, Pala Alto, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Alph Phi, soc chrmn, Little Sisters of Minerva, Nails, Castle Belles, Homecoming Comm, chrmn, AWS Revue, Anthropology Club, Panhel Advisor. Mar- shall, Daniel R, Longmont, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Sigma, Freshman Camp, counselor, direc- tor, Comm on University Structure. Marshall, Doug- las H, Garmisch, Germany, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, Varsity Track, AIA, Special Events Commission, Italian Club, YR's, pub chrmn, Silver and Gold, IFC, Blood Bank, Hammers, Varsity Ski, Marshall, Jeanne E, Webster Groves, Mo, Arts and Science. Martin, Diana Lynne, Winter Park, Colo, Arts and Sciences, lnternatl Affairs Conference, Newman Club, Fresh Council, Soph Council, Sr Council. Martin, E John, Newburgh, New York, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, Hammers, Intramurals. Martin, Genevieve Sue, Denver, Colo, Education, Delta Delta Delta, house recommendation chrmn. ROW ONE - Martin, James Philip, Hancock, Mich, Engineering. Martin, Roger Duane, Dove Creek, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Spanish Club, Student Advisor Pro- gram. Martner, Theodore S, Golden, Colo, Engineering. ROW TWO - Mates, Nancy Jean, Boulder, Colo, Education, Pi Beta Phi, pres, soc chrmn, Jr, Sr Councils, Porpoise, Panhel, Silver and Gold. Matlock, Marion Ann, Chicago, III, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, SOSL, NSO Group Leader, Advisor's Assistant, Coloradan Business Staff, Fresh Camp Dir. Matthew, Henry F, Durango, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha, plg trainer, IFC rep, Speaker's Congress. ROW THREE - Mattson, James, Elmwood Park, lll, Engineering. Maxwell, Cecelia Madden, Las Vegas, Nevada, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi, VP, plg trainer, song leader, AID, AWS Revue, Italian Club. Maxwell, Marilyn Beth, Canton, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Homecoming committee chrmn, IFC Sec, Nails, Colo- radan Business Staff. ROW FOUR - Mayer, Robert Max, Oakland, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Arnold Air Society, Cosmo Club, AES. Mayne, Joel Harlan II, Boulder, Colo, Journalism, Alpha Delta Sigma. Maytum, Bruce David, Littleton, Colo, Engineering, Phi Tau Sigma ASME, AIAA. ROW FIVE - Maxwell, Carol Jean, Delta, Colo, Nursing, CSNA. McCabe, Richard Lee, Aurora, Colo, Architecture, Gymnastics, AIA, pres. McCain, Carol Ann, San Francisco, Calif, Business, Pi Beta Phi, Silver and Gold, Buff Ski Club. ROW SIX - McCann, Eugene D, Lismore, Minn, Engineering, McCarthy, Karen Louise, Skokie, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Cosmo Club, Spanish Club, IRC, Hearing Board chrmn, Spanish House, resident advisor. McCuulley, Ellory Kent, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. ROW SEVEN - McClain, Russell Byron, Colo Springs, Colo, Education, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Homecoming Decorations chrmn, Assistant Probation Officer. McCIaran, Steven Craig, Fort Collins, Colo, Engineering. McClune, Cheryl M, Garden Grove, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Lambda Delta, Resident Advisor, IHC, University Theatre Crew. ROW EIGHT - McConnell, James R, Greeley, Colo, Engineering. McCrea, Bruce Benton, Ogden, Utah, Business, Sigma Nu, pres, Sabres, Scabbard and Blade, Greek Talent Show Chrmn, Soph, Jr Councils, NSO Commission, Board of Directors Student Development Foundation. McDowell, Bruce B, Boulder, Colo, Business, Wrestling. 'ftttii i ' X 'HM A I 11 ROW ONE - McGibbon, Alan Lee, Denver, Colo, Engineering, Alpha Phi Omega. Mclntyre, Cheryl Ann, Castle Rock, Colo, Education, Resident Advisor, ljlouse Presi- dent, AWS rep. McKeever, Anne M, Riverside, Ill, Journalism, Alpha Lambda Delta, Gamma Alpha Chi, pres, Colorado Daily, Buff Ski Club, People to People. McKenzie, Paul F. Ill, Long Beach, Calif, Business, McKenzie, Thomas Eugene, Boulder, Colo, Architecture, Student Chapter AIA. Mclean, Roland M, Kingman, Ark, Arts and Sciences. McMahon, Dianne L, Littleton, Colo, Nursing. McMahon, Mariorie, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta. ROW TWO - McMahon, William R, Racine, Wisc, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, Silver and Gold, IFC, soc, comm. McQuillin, Lurline Kull, Arvada, Colo, Nursing. Mckeynolds, Mary Louise, New Canaan, Conn, Arts and Sciences. Meehan, John Edward, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Men's Physical Association. Meiselman, Kay Ann, Highland Park, Ill, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi, plg trainer,-standards chrmn, Little Sister of Minerva, Lambda Chi Alpha, Coloradan Queen Candidate, Glamour Magazine Contest Candidate. Melnyk, Marilyn Eve, Tenafly, NJ, Arts and Sciences, Resident Advisor. Merriman, Ronald Alan, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Board of Publications, chrmn, YR's, tres, Sigma Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Epsilon, College Bowl. Messerschmitt, David G, Denver, Colo, Engineering, AES, IEEE, Tau Beta Pi, vice-pres, Eta Kappa Nu. ROW THREE - Midkiff, Noma Sue, Lamar, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Milenski, Su- zanne Ruth, Greeley, Colo, Business, Delta Gamma, tres, Homecoming Royalty Comm, Buff Ski Club, YWCA, Ice Cream Social, co-chrmn, Miller, Marilyn Ann, Denver, Colo, Nursing, CSNA, CCCC, Miller, Millie, Crete, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta. Miller, Phillip Eugene, Boulder, Colo, Engineering. Miller, Sally Anne, San Diego, Calif, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi, song leader, Campus Crusade for Christ, Bible Fellowship, Resident Advisor. Mills, Jenifer Kathryn, Boulder, Colo, Music, Sigma Alpha lota, Spring Opera, Modern Choir. Mills, Ruth A Donnelly, Lakewood, Colo, Arts and Sciences, C Bar U Riders. ROW ONE - Milnor, Susan Mary, Wilmette, lll, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, Buff Ski Club, Homecoming, alum chrmn, Canterbury Club. Minze, Larry Dean, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Swimming, AFROTC, Buff Flying Club, secy, Amateur Radio Club, Arnold Air Society, operations officer. Mitchell, Desiree Joanna, Chicago, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Dorm RA. ROW TWO -- Miyamoto, Charles Kiguo, Aiea, Hawaii, Business, Hui O Hawaii, Alpha Kappa Psi. Moellenberg, Wilma Elaine, Idalia, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Moody, Linda Jean, Hobbs, NM, Music, Sigma Alpha Iota, pres, Sr Council, Music Student Council, Modern Choir, accompanist, Little UN Assembly. ROW THREE - Moody, Robert Edward, Simla, Colo, Business. Montano, Ted Joseph, Pueblo, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Moradian, Farshad, Tehran, Iran, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Psi Omega, Dramatics. ROW FOUR - Morbeck, Mary Ellen, Westfield, NJ, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi, Resident Advisor, Soph Advisor. Morgan, Constance May, Albuquerque, NM, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi, Freshman Camp, counsellor, clir, YWCA, secy, vice- pres. Moriarty, Sandra Caroline, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Ski Club. ROW FIVE - Morris, Victoria Jean, Davenport, Iowa, Arts and Sciences, transfer, Wis- consin U. Morrison, Dianna Layne, El Paso, Tex, Journalism, Zeta Tau Alpha, hist, ritual chrmn, tres, Greek Blood Bank, public relations chrmn, Alpha Lambda Delta, Theta Sigma Phi, tres. Morrison, Katherine Ellen, Sheridan, Wyo, Nursing, Canterbury Club, CSNA, CCCC, Life Science Honors Seminar, Sigma Theta Tau, National Nursing Honor- ary, tres. ROW SIX - Morrison, Larry Jay, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Morrison, Nana Beth, Springfield, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Sr Council, Little Sisters of Minerva, UMC Info Depot, Silver and Gold, Senior Symposium. Mosko, Gary Allen, Denver, Colo, Business, Phi Sigma Delta, Homecoming Committee, IFC, tres, Hammers, Election Commission, Greek Week. ROW SEVEN - Mosley, Edna Lorette, Pasadena, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Delta Sigma Theta. Motz, Janet Kay, Palisade, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club. Muehleisen, Nancy Jean, Los Altos Hills, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Silver and Gold, Buff Ski Club, Coloradan, IFC blood bank, International Fair, AID. ROW EIGHT - Mueller, Carol Jean, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gamma Delta, editor, corres secy, Gamma Delta. Mullikin, Jane, Lloyd Harbor, NY, Nursing, CCCC, CSNA. Mullis, Ina Van Slyke, Seattle, Wash, Arts and Sciences. be still ci moment' OPPOSITE PAGE: ROW ONE -- Murphy, Randall James, Idledale, Colo, Business, Dorm intramural chrmn, Alpha Kappa Psi, Pewmas. Myers, Sandra Lee, Topeka, Kansas, Arts and Sciences, Psi Chi. Myers, Stephen Howard, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Nuff, Richard L, Grand Junction, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Nahas, Rafik, Cairo, Egypt, Engineering. Naiman, Ivan Sidney, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Delta, NSO Group Leader, Fresh Camp Dir. Nakamura, Kenneth James, Kalaheo, Kauai, Hawaii, Engineering, IEEE, Hawaiian Club, Radio Club. Nassimbene, Judy Jo, Lake- wood, Colorado, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Silver and Gold, Castle Belles, Panhel Rep, WRA Ski team, Coloradan. ROW TWO - Nathan, Shirley, Salt Lake City, Utah, Arts and Sciences. Nees, William Earl, Beach Haven Terrace, New Jersey, Engineering, Judo Club, Dorm Soc Chrmn, Sr Council, IEEEE, AES. Nekomoto, David S, Aiea, Hawaii, Engineering, Phi Tau Sigma, Star and Sextant, Hawaiian Club. Nelson, Jerrie Sue, Reno, Nevada, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, house mgr. Nelson, Linda Lee, Colorado Springs, Colo, Nursing. Nelson Richard Martin, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega, Silver and Gold, Buff Ski Club. Nelson Sharon Louise, Monte Vista, Colo, Business, Buff Ski Club. Newhouse, Nancy, Minneapolis, Minn, Arts and Sciences. ROW THREE - Newman, Dennis Ray, Boulder, Colo, Engineering. Newman, Nancy Carol, Pittsburgh, Penn, Arts and Sciences. Nicholas, Stan E, Boulder, Colo, Journalism, Delta Upsilon, soc chrmn, secy, plg trainer, Alpha Delta Sigma, CUAMA, Sr Council, soc chrmn. Nickle, William Lee, Carlisle, Iowa, Music, Tau Kappa Epsilon, chaplain, Phi Mu Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi, pres, Buff Ski Club, CU Racing Club, Symphonic Band, Men's Marching Band, Little Concert Band, Music Student Council. Nicolaus, Polly M J, Berkeley, Calif, Arts and Sciences, ,Kappa Kappa Gamma, Buff Ski Club, YR's. Nielsen, Michael Alan, Orinda, Calif, Business, Sigma Chi, plg trainer. Niemczura, Mary Ann, Pueblo, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Newman Club, German Club, Honor Board Chrmn, transfer, U of Heidelberg, Student Parliament. Nigro, Mariann, Englewood, Colorado, Nursing, Caps and Capes, Sigma Theta Tau, rec secy, Colo Student Nurses Assoc. listen for life J :R esw WIP-p 'Q?', 'PT 9 n ,,,, , Y O the eternal ROW ONE - Nilson, Donald E, Denver, Col'o, Business. Nixon, David E, St. Louis, Mo, Arts and Sciences, ROTC, Scabbard and Blade, Ski club. Nordstrom, Dale Rich- ard, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. ROW TWO - Oakes, Nancy Ruth, Norwood, NJ, Arts and Sciences, Fine Arts comm. Oaks, James Palmer, Colo Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Festival Chorus. Oberlander, Robin Dale, Springdale, Ohio, Architecture, SPUR, sec, ASUC Senate, Xmas decoration chrmn, Dorm pres, Fresh Camp, pub chrmn, COSMO, pub chrmn, AIA, NRHA, regional convention delegate. ROW THREE - Ogden, Myrna Ann, Granby, Colo, Nursing. Ogino, Yoshifumi, Denver, Colo, Electrical Engineering, IEEE, AES, Kenkyu Club. Oliver, John Robert, Palo Alto, Calif, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, corresp. sec, Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE, AES, treas, Alpha Phi Omega, pres, VP, Winter Carnical Comm, Deans Council, Superior Student Program. ROW FOUR - Olson, Allan Roy, Oak Park, Ill, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, pres, rush chrmn, plg trainer, Buff Flying Club, Buff Ski Club, Cheerleader, Hammers, sec, IFC, vp, Sr Council, soc chrmn. Olson, Constance Jean, Bemidji, Minn, Arts and Science, Kappa Alpha Theta, Standards Board, Phi Psi, transfer Minnesota Univ. Oman, Elton Leroy, Holly, Colo, Arts and Sciences, YD's, pres, ROW FIVE - Orndoff, David, Las Alamas, NM, Arts and Sciences. Ornstein, Jerry, Quebec, Can, Business, CUAMAS, Sr Council, Buff Ski Club, Cosmo Club, Fr Club, Delta Sigma Pi, .Ir VP. Ortiz, Carlos Eduardo, Cuenca, Ecuador, Arts and Sciences, Latin Amer Club. ROW SIX - Ortmayer, Carol, Aurora, Colo, .Arts and Sciences, Canterbury Club, sec, Valkyrie, pres, Women's Glee Club, Festival Chorus. Otte, Gerald Walter, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Orchesis, Homecoming, Musicals Theater, Players Club, United Prot Center, Intramurals. Overlees, Frances, Costa Mesa, Calif, Arts and Sciences. ROW SEVEN - Owen, Jenna-Louise, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta, VP, standards chrmn. Owens, Patricia Jean, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Ozaki, Martha Masako, Denver, Colo, Education, Kenkyu. ROW EIGHT - Pahls, John Bernard, Jr, Colo Springs, Colo, Music, Kappa Kappa Psi, Music Educators Natl Conteernce, Amer Guild of Organists, Univ Bands, Men's Glee Club, Univ Choir, VR's, Students for Goldwater, Newman. Paier, Ann, Denver, Colo, Nursing. Palmer, Edward Emery ll, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta, Sr Council, Hammers, Coloradan, assistant bus mgr, sales mgr, ROW ONE - Palmer, Marvin Miles, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Palmetier, Patricia Anne, Golden, Colo, Business, Kappa Alpha Theta, editor, house mgr, tres, Mortar Board, SPURS, Coloradan, business mgr. Pankonin, Suzanne, Louisville, Ky, Education. Parker, Patricia Ann, Old Hickory, Tenn, Nursing. Parrish, Peter Tor, Oakland, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Pi Sigma, Intramurals. Parry, Pat- ricia W, Pacific Palisades, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi, Buff Ski Club, Silver and Gold, AWS Revue, Soph Council, Greek Songfest, Homecoming. Pate, Jacquelyn S, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Dorm Officer, Campus Friends, Canterbury Club, Soph Council, Soph Advisor, Senate clerk, Finance Board, Resident Advisor, Dean's list, Public Relations, sub-commissioner, WRHA Senator, Inter-Hall Council, Women's lntramural's Council, UMC lnterium Affairs Commission, Ski Lodge Committee. Patla, John Michael, Colorado Springs, Colo, Business, Omega Pi. ROW TWO - Patrick, Gail Ann, Burlingame, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi, social chairman, SSCS, secy, International Fair. Patterson, Rebecca H, Loveland, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Ski Club, transfer, Colorado College, AWS rep, Winter Carnival Committee, Activities, secy. Patton, Ann Osborn, Springfield, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, vice-pres, asst tres, intra- murals chrmn, Coloradan, photo coordinator. Paulson, Karyn Marie, Berkeley, Calif, Journalism, Zeta Tau Alpha, vice-pres, secy, Panhel rep, song leader, house mgr, Gamma Alpha Chi, secy, .lr Panhel, Festival Chorus, Women's Glee Club, Dean's list, President's list, Buff Ski Club, Colo Daily, reporter, YR's. Pazour, Noel Kent, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Peacock, Philip Keith, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi Omega, Rifle and Pistol Club. Pecligo, Robert N, Denver, Colo, Business. Pedrick, Marion Madolin, Tulsa, Okla, Education, Buff Ski Club, Newman Club, CEA. ROW THREE - Pegler, David Russel, Colorado Springs, Colo, Engineering, Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship, Campus Crusade, Judo Club. Perry, Paul Edward, Denver, Colo, Journalism, Alpha Delta Sigma, Sigma Delta Chi, AFROTC, Newman Foundation, Arnold Air. Petrovich, Ellen Gail, Moline, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Colo- rado Corps, Ski Club. Phelps, Leslyn Kay, Rye, Colorado, Music, Choir, Student Council, CCCC, CSNA. Phillip, Jacqueline Ann, Colorado Springs, Colo, Education, Buff Ski Club. Phillips, Eleanor Carol, Ford City, Penn, Nursing, Graduate Club, Fenc- ing Club, Buff Ski Club. Phillips, James W, Seattle, Wash, Arts and Sciences. Phillips, Michael Carnahan, Vista, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega, Hammers. comedy and tragedy... cm instant of rest l 511 I lim? keep true to the dream ROW ONE - Phillips, Ruth Jane, Baltimore, Maryland, Arts and Sciences, Ski Club. Piehl, Kathy Lee, Denver, Colo, Education, Sigma Delta Tau, corres secy, vice-pres, AWS Revue. Piel, Margaret Christie, Denver, Colo, Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Castle Belles, Coloradan Staff. Pierce, Lynda Kay, Grand Junction, Colo, Business. Pinkerton, Robert Stuart, Newport Beach, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta. Pittsinger, Gerald Wayne, Delta, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Ponce, Gonzalo R, Cochebamba, Bolivia, Arts and Sciences. Popovich, John Edward Jr, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Psi Chi, Hockey Club, Racing Club. ROW TWO - Porter, Priscilla Jane, Boulder, Colo, Business, Beta Alpha Psi, Festival Chorus. Portschi, Dale Leroy, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, AFROTC. Portz, Patricia J, Reno, Nevada, Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau, Graduate Nurse Club. Posner, Jonathan Edward, Portchester, New York, Business, Zeta Beta Tau, vice-pres, rush chrmn, Buff Ski Club, CU Racing Club, Alpha Phi Omega, IFC, Intramurals. Posorske, Connie Jeanne, Rochelle, Ill, Arts and Sciences, Zeta Tau Alpha, Judo Club, Future Homemakers of America, soc chrmn, Adviser Opera- tion Head Start. Pospisil, Helen Rose, Berwyn, Ill, Education, Chi Omega, scholar- ship board, Dad's Day chrmn, Soph advisor, NSO, Dorm Council, People to Peole. Post, Robert Russell Jr, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Ski Club, Cam- pus Mormon Foundation, chrmn. Post, Suzanne Kay, Englewood, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sisters, Folk Song Club, International Fair, Silver and Gold, AWS Review. ROW THREE - Prentice, Rodney Earle, Oakland, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Anthropology Club, Rifle Club. Preston, James Frederick, Salida, Colo, Arts and Sciences, C Bar U Riders, Newman Club, Intramurals. Price, Tunney Lee, Ar- vada, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi Omega, Marching Band. Prizer, Margaret Helen, West Orange, New Jersey, Arts and Sciences. Pulver, Frank James, Boulder, Colo, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon, secy, plg trainer, Blood drive, Coloradan Staff, ADS, CUAMA. Quinn, Donald Michael, Johnstown, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi, ROTC, Scabbard and Blade, Fencing Club, Ski Club. Ragland, William Henry, Colorado Springs, Colo, Business, Delta Sigma Pi, pres, Beta Alpha Psi, Miss CU Dir, Coloradan, photographer, Business School Student Board, pres, Cheerleader. Ramsey, Edward Allen, Yuma, Ari- zona, Engineering. ROW FOUR - Ramunno, Irene Josephine, Arvada, Colo, Education, YD's. Ran- dall, John William, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Bowling Team. Rankin, Gordon Bruce, Arvada, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Remedi, James John, Denver, Colo, Engineering, IEEE, pres, AES, Engineering Days Queen and Ball Com- mittee. Rhodes, Donald, Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, transfer, SCSC. Rice, Judith Elaine, Littleton, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Lambda Phi, Canterbury Club, secy, transfer, Hastings College Collegian, Editor-in-Chief, Bronco Co-editor, Alpha Phi Gamma, Alpha Chi, Chi Omega Psi, Chapel Choir. Rickena, Amy Linda Lee, Los Angeles, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Butt Ski Club, Honor Wing Committee, Microwaves. Riggs, Thomas, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Psi. 1:49 V N ROW ONE - Rimel, Martha Jane, Chevy Chase, Md, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, SPURS, Silver and Gold, Alpha Lambda Delta, Angels' Flight. Roberts, Ruth Allene, Boulder, Colo, Education. Robertson, Leslie Lois, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, Intramurals chrmn, Ski Club, Choir, Italian Club, Robinett, Jeanne Louise, Aurora, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Orchesis, Silver and Gold, NOFC, Fresh Camp, French Club, NSO. ROW TWO - Robinson, Jerry William Huey, Huntington, NY, Business, Sigma Al- pha Epsilon, initiation chrmn, Intramurals, Fresh Baseball, CUAMA, SPADS, asst tres, UFW, Dumb Friends League, LAGNAF, AA. Robinson, Taylor, New Orleans, La, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Ep Phi, Hammers, Varsity Swim- ming. Roetzel, Sally Ann, Colorado Springs, Colo, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Buff Ski Club, Newman Club. Rogers, Faith Elaine ilngallsl, Pittsburgh, Penn, Journalism, Soph Advisor, Colorado Daily. ROW THREE - Rogers, James Arthur, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Rogers, Nancy Karen, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Calico and Boots. Rom, William Nicholas, Ely, Minn, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Ep Phi, Model UN, Alpha Epsilon Delta. Rommel, Jane Ross, Houston, Tex, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, song- leader, house mgr, Spurs, Buff Ski Club, Intl Relations Club, Damnyankees, Sr Council, Dorm Soc Chrmn. ROW FOUR - Roos, Leslie Dianne, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, YR's. Rosen, Paula Sue, Denver, Colo, Education, Soph Advisor, Wing Music Chrmn, Dorm Council. Ross, Pamela, Medina, Wash, Arts and Sciences. Rowe, Russell Paul, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. 4 r l OPPOSITE PAGE: ROW ONE - Ruterbories, Ronald R, Wheatridge, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Men's Marching Band, Symphonic Band, AES, New- man Club, Rutledge, Marvin Douglas, Loveland, Colo, Engineering. Rutt, Constance Gay, Westminster, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi, exec comm, YWCA Inetrnatl Fair General Sec, Ski Club, Homecoming Comm, AWS Review, Greek Songfest, World Affairs Conf. Ruttenbaum, Steven Robert, Denver, Colo, Saph Council, Jr Council, Sr Council, Home- coming Pub chrmn, Phi Alpha Theta, New Student Orientation Com- misisoner, Dean's Advisory Council, Three year Masters Degree Program, NSO Summer Group Leader. Salten, Jean Marion, Montreal, Quebec, Arts and Sciences. Sandblom, Gary Paul, Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Sano, Joel Akashi, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Pershing Rifles, Cosmo Club, Kenkyu Club, pres. Sano, Lorraine Michiko, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Lambda Phi, plg VP, Cosmo Club, Campus Friends, Covenant Community, Kenkyu Club. ROW TWO - Sauvain, Claude R Jr, Belton, Missouri, Business, Delta Sigma, Student Board of Bus School. Savage, Larry Neal, Arvada, Colo, Business, Delta Sigma Pi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Business School Student Board, Beta Alpha Psi, Natl Accounting Honorary, YD's. Savarese, Nancy Ruth, Denver, Colo, Education, Cosmo Club, Buff Ski Club, Casa Espanola. Savidge, Gretchen, Long Beach, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, plg trainer, Angels' Flight, Buff Ski Club. Sawyer, Susan Eliza- beth, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, Buff Ski Club. Schaefer, Lowell Thomas, Mead, Colo, Engineering, NROTC, Chi Epsilon, sec, Sigma Tau, AES, ASCE. Schenk, Paul Vernon, Boulder, Colorado, Arts and Sciences, Student Chapter Amer Institute of Interior Designers, pres, sec, tres, Delta Phi Delta. Scheuer, Ralph H, Santa Fe, NM, Arts and Sciences, ASUC Health Welfare Commissioner, Phi Sigma Delta, school chrmn, Pi Sigma Alpha, Univ Traffic Comm, Jr, Sr Council, Traffic Appeals Tribunal, Homecoming General Comm, alumni rel. ROW ONE - Schlappe, Robert Dean,' Delta, Colo, Engineering, AIAA, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi. Schmidt, Nancy Lynne, Boulder, Colo, Educa' tion, Alpha Omicron Pi, Coloradan, Intl Fair, Women's Advisory Council. Schopf, Jutta Inge, Frankfurt, Germany, Arts and Sciences, Info Depot, CU Foster Parent, SBBB Director, Merchant Relations Commission, Campus Chest, pub dir, Student Suggestion and Complaint Comm. Schroeder, John Philip, Denver, Colorado, Arts and Sciences, Chi Psi, social comm, Swimming, Waterpolo, Spanish Club. ROW TWO - Schroeder, John Stephen, Arvada, Colo, Engineering, Can- 'terbury Club, Arnold Air Society, Intramurals. Schwartz, Chester Phillip, Des Moines, Iowa, Business, Phi Sigma Delta, plg trainer, Delta Sigma Pi, Beta Alpha Psi. Schwartz, John Bradford, St. Paul, Minn, Arts and Sciences, Delta Upsilon. Scott, Heather Ann, Denver, Colo, Nursing. ROW THREE - Scott, John Clifford, Sonora, Calif, Arts and Sciences. Scott, Judith Maxwell, Greenwich, Conn, Arts and Sciences. Scott, Karen Joan, Denver, Colo, Education, Alpha Omicron Pi, Buff Ski Club, Cosmo Club, Intl Relations Club, Merchant Relations Comm, Homecoming Comm. Seaver, Linda Elaine, Denver, Colo, Nursing. ROW FOUR - Sekiya, Brenda Yakiye, Denver, Colo, Business, Kenkyu Club, sec, pub chrmn, Dorm, tres, AWS rep. Sellgren, Arthur 0, Denver, Colo, Engineering, Buff Ski Club, ASME. Shaleen, Kenneth Harry, Chi- cago, lll, Engineering and Business, Phi Kappa Psi, pres, VP, house rngr, plg trainer, IFC, tres, Oracle, sports editor, Daily reporter. Shaw, Margo Lynn, West Hartford, Conn, Arts and Sciences. ROW FIVE - Shaw, Stanley Ingram, Las Vegas, Nev, Arts and Sciences, Arnold Air Soc, Intramurals. Sheldon, Alexander Esleeck III, Garden City, New York, Engineering. Shellworth, Sondra Whitney, Boise, Idaho, Arts and Science, Chi Omega, plg class VP, social chrmn, Cu Ski Team, US Natl Ski Team. Shepard, Richard Kieth, Arvada, Colo, Business, CUAMA, tres, Ski Club. ROW SIX - Sheppard, Sharron Lee, Denver, Colo, Education. Sherman, Judith Anne, Omaha, Nebraska, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Eta, Dorm, soc chrmn, formal comm, Hillel, Ski Club, Kittridge Homecoming Float Chrmn, transfer, Univ of Omaha. Shigeta, Larry Takeshi, Hilo, Hawaii, Arts and Science, Hawaiian Club. Shipman, Gyanne Ruth, Ridg- way, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Calico and Boots, pres, sec. ROW SEVEN - Shirley, Linda Jo, Oklahoma City, Okla, Education, Alpha Gamma Delta, tres, pres, Mortar Board, Hesperia, Kappa Delta Pi, historian, reporter, ASUC, Budget Comm, Election Comm, Oracle, ed, Colorado Daily reporter, Silver and Gold. Shore, Bonnie Alene, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Eta. Short, Beverly Ann, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Shovlain, Elaine Ann, Kearney, Neb, Nursing, Buff Ski Club, Calico and Boots. . ROW EIGHT - Shrout, Archie Raoul, Boulder, Colo, Journalism, Alpha Delta Sigma, Sigma Delta Chi. Shults, Bruce L, Littleton, Colo, Engineer- ing.Shwayder, Diane Reyneue, Greeley, Colo, Education, Alpha Chi Ome- ga, school chrmn, Warden Ed, Univ Choir and Singers, Silver and Gold, Homecoming Comm, Dorm, songleader, AWS Revue Dir. Siefert, Karen, Lafayette, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi, recording sec, Program Comm, AWS Songfest, Greek Songfest, Buff Ski Club. qu., R OPPOSITE PAGE: ROW ONE - Smith, Martin Glenn, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Delta, vice-pres, Phi Epsilon Phi, secy, Sabers, Blue Key, secy-tres, Resident Advisor, Baker, Williams, IR Club, NSO, group leader, Freshman Camp, WICHE Program-scholarship. Smith, Nancy Hartwell, La Jolla, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, courtesy chrmn, standards chrmn, Castle Belles, tres, Alpha Lambda Delta, Forum Room Commission, Finalist, Military Ball Queen. Smith, Sally Elspeth, Grand Junction, Colo, Education. Smith, Victor A, Boulder, Colo, Business. Smutny, Jo Anne, Western Springs, ill, Education, Pi Beta Phi. Snow, Frances Pavloff, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, AWS Songfest winner. Snow, Shirlyn Susan, River Forest, lll, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club, YR's, Transfer, Stephens College. Sobel, Sandra Franklyn, Encino, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Buff Ski Club. ROW TWO - Socha, Doris Jeanne, Ouray, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Lambda Delta, Dorm pres, Phi Sigma Alpha. Socha, Frances Jane, Pueblo, Colo, Nursing, Graduate Nurse Club, pres. Sacha, Gregory Ernst, Bloomington, Minn, Engineering, AICHE, Alpha Chi Sigma. Sollenberger, Janet Irene, Longmont, Colo, Nursing, Libby 3.2 Club, Kappa Phi, ANS, vice- pres, soc chrmn, CSNA, state sec, dist pres, NSNA, pres. Somer, Gerald L, Greeley, Colo, Engineering, Alpha Phi Omega, HKN, Tau Beta Pi. Sophonpanich, Chai, Bangkok, Thailand, Business, Delta Sigma Pi, Cosmo Club, Buff Ski Club, Chinese Club, pres. Sorrentino, Rolly James, Wheatridge, Colo, Engineering, ASME, vice-chrmn, Rope-skipping team, lntramurals, handball, wrestling, Pi Tau Sigma, AES. Spaniel, Linda Gail, Denver, Colo, Education, NSO. for knowledge is power ROW ONE - Sigafoos, Richard Vaughan, Laguna Beach, Calif, Arts and Sciences. Simmons, Larry Eldon, Pueblo, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Simmons, Martha Elizabeth, Springfield, Mo, Business, Alpha Lambda Delta, Beta Sigma, Buff Ski Club, YR's, American Marketing Asso- ciation. ROW TWO - Simpson, Katherine Doraeen, Satanta, Kan, Nursing, Graduate Nurse Club. Simpson, Nancy Anne, Tulsa, Okla, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Galmma, standards chrmn, Miss CU Finalist. Sim, William James, Riverside, Conn, Arts and Sciences, Fresh Track Team, Ski Club. Row Three - Simson, Dorothy Margaret, Walden, Colo, Nursing, CSNA, Student Council Hearing Board. Singer, Midge Aline, Hewlett, NY, Arts and Sciences, Clearing House, secy, Tutorial Program, secy, Dorm Soc Chrmn, YWCA International Fair, pub, decorations chrm. Sislaower, Elaine Stockwell, Westport, Conn, Journalism. ROW FOUR - Sisk, Charles L, Las Animas, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Sitas, Linda Gail, Pueblo, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Spurs, WRA Ski Team, Student Council on Religious Affairs, Buff Ski Club, ASUC, Religious Programming, Wesley Foundation, Eckeley Award in Chemistry. Skattum, Knut Sverre, Gsovik, Norway, Engineering, ANSA, vice-pres, Cosmo, ASCE, Tau Beta Pi. ROW FIVE - Slatkin, Walter, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Delta, pres, Pi Sigma Alpha, IFC. Sleppy, Donald Eugene, Lafayette, Colo, Business, Sigma Chi, CUAMA, Ski Club. Sley, Betsy Ann, Miami Beach, Fla, Education, Alpha Epsilon Phi, pres, Jr Council, Panhel, Intramurals, Dorm Officer, Campus Chest, Buff Ski Club. ROW SIX - Smith, April Elaine, Tripoli, Libya, Arts and Sciences. Smith, Carolyn Calwell, Falls Church, Va, Education, Buff Ski Club, Folk Song Club, Colonial, pres, AWS rep. Smith, Douglas L, Eads, Colo, Business, Phi Kappa Psi, officer, Hammers, Merchant Relations Com- mission. ROW SEVEN - Smith, George Elliott Jr, Littleton, Colo, Architecture, Delta Epsilon, vice-pres, rec sec, rush chrmn, financial mgr, AIA Election Commission, Silver and Gold, Soph Council. Smith, Jill Adrienne, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Smith, K Robert, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences. ROW EIGHT - Smith, Lee Ann, Canon City, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Lambda Phi, Cosmo, Ski Club, Wesley Foundation. Smith, Leslie J, Beverly Hills, Calif, Arts and Sciences. Smith, Linda JoAnn, Denver, Colo, Education. IFIII QI mil fl W 4' 7 A Fi ff ii uhm '41 ,, . 99. g'f1a..4U'!1f ' 'P - F' . f : , . ' , A ,,f:-'::-L5:'i?- 4 7,77 V., lf' Q .U Q: W ' . -"f . . 1.5. -- f E , -, w P 4J.,..'fl llll ll!!! . LH w 5 4' u N H. - , -avg Fi? iii ll ll ln ROW ONE -- Sparks, Lana Anne Chapman, Darien, Conn, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi, Porpoise, Silver and Gold, Buff Ski Club, Cosmo Club. Spence, Sally Jean, Arvada, Colo, Education, Aca- demic Affairs Commission, Program Commission, Student Deans Program, Resident Advisor, NSO. Spencer, Lelah Rebber, New Haven, Ind, Nursing. Spencer, Phillip Alvin, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Alpha, Soph Council, Fresh Camp, IR Club. Spencer, Thomas Robert, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Silver and Gold, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society. Spiering, Robert Edward, Education, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Phi Delta Kappa, FTA Conference. ROW TWO - Spute, Marguerite Elaine, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Valkyrie, vice-pres, secy, Deseret Club, secy, Radio Club, secy, Judo Club. Stafford, Karen Elizabeth, Orinda, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, courtesy chrmn, Colorado Port- folio, pub, ASUC, Fine Arts Committee, Coloradan, layout editor. Stahlhuth, Sally Jean, Kirkwood, Mo, Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, Hockey Club, Buff Ski Club, AWS Rep, Coloradan, sales staff, YAF, YR's, Colo Ski Asoc, YMCA. Stamps, John Elbert, Colorado Springs, Colo, Business, Varsity Gymnastics. Stanger, Sharon Lin- do, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Fresh Camp, soc dir, Colora- dan, administrations editor, Greek Co-Editor. Stapleton, Edward J, Denver, Colo, Engineering, AES, Intramural Swimming, Var Foot- ball, mgr. ROW THREE - Stasica, Carolyn Jane, Denver, Colo, Education, Buff Ski Club, Nails. Stasica, Michael John, Denver, Colo, Business, Phi Delta Theta. Stead, Kimberly Ann, Barrington, lll, Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta, Gamma Alpha Chi, tres, Hearing Board, AID. Stein, Gale V, Washington, DC, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Epsilon Phi, pres, corres secy, house mgr, Panhel rep, French Club, YD's, Buff Ski Club, Clearing House, secy, Intl Univ Scholarship, Dean's list. Steiner, Dennis Michael, Fort Dodge, Iowa, Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Psi. Stemmons, John M Jr, Dallas, Tex, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta, pres. ROW ONE - Stermlon, Elaine Louise, Erie, Colo,'Education. Sternberg, Daniel Paul, West- minster, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Psi Chi, Dean's List, Russian Club. Stetler, Patricia Gay, Arcadia, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta, Silver and Gold. Stewart, Francy Louise, La Junta, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Silver and Gold, Spurs, Mortar Board. Stewart, Richard Byron Jr, Boulder, Colo, Business, Buff Ski Club. Stirling, William Ryan, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Stocker, Roger Scott, Boulder, Colo, Education, Acacia, Transfer, Cosmo. Stocking, Richard R, Denver, Colo, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, pres, vice- pres, plg trainer, Intercollegiate Forensics, Jr Council. ROW TWO - Stoddard, James P, Nutley, NJ, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega, Greek Blood Bank, Buff Ski Club. Strickland, Susan Lee, Littleton, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Lambda Delta, Colo Scholars Program, Buff Ski Club, Resident Advisor. Strong, William Or- lando lll, Seabrook, Tex, Arts and Sciences, Fresh Camp Counselor, Dorm Intramural Chrmn, Student United Nations. Struthers, Linda Jo, Sun Valley, ld, Arts and Sciences. Stuart, Dixie Rose, Sterling, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Suhre, Elizabeth Blanche, Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Transfer, Cottey College, Symphony Orchestra. Sullivan, Jerry Stephen, Littleton, Colo, Engineering, Sigma Tau, pres, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma, Control Board. Sun, Ming, San Francisco, Calif, Arts and Sciences, ASUC Religious Programming Board, Academic Ad- visory Council, RWF Abling Committee. ROW THREE - Susman, Ben, St. Louis, Mo, Business. Swaeby, James Wilbur, Boulder, Colo, Business, Gamma Delta, pres, Alpha Kappa Psi, UMC Board, Colo Corps, chrmn, Mountain Lodge Committee, ASUC Public Relations Commission, ASUC Spirit and Morale Commission. Swanson, Jean Elizabeth, Delmar, NY, Nursing, CSNA, Public Relations chrmn, Buff Ski Club, soc committee. Swanson, Roger Clarence, Colorado Springs, Colo, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, vice-pres, Sigma Tau, AICHE, pres, President's Award. Sweeney, Sandra Vetting, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, Switala, Nona Joyce, Dallas, Tex, Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta, AWS Central Hearing Committee, Soph Advisor. Swygert, John Allen, Little- ton, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Tagaropulos, Demetrio, Colon, Panama, Arts and Sciences, Men's Glee Club, Cosmo, Spanish Club, Latin American Students Club. ROW FOUR - Talcott, Jill Elayne, Englewood, Colo, Business. Tarkington, Richard Allen, Colo- rado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Hockey Club. Taylor, Gregory Rossie, Littleton, Colo, Engineering, Sigma Tau, Vice-pres, Tau Beta Pi, Intramurals. Taylor, Rosemary Gibson, Cin- cinnati, Ohio, Educotion, Gamma Phi Beta, Song Leader, Silver and Gold, Women's Glee Club, vice-pres, International Fair. Tebrock, Otto Charles, Douglaston, NY, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma, Arnold Air Society, Buff Ski Club, Resident Advisor, AFROTC. Tempel, Marcia Jane, Lamar, Colo, Journalism, Chi Omega, Spurs, Alpha Lambda Delta, People to People. Temple, Sandra Sue, Charleston, Ill, Journalism, Gamma Alpha Chi, Vice-pres, Theta Sigma Phi, archivist, Honors Union Council, Buff Ski Club, Advertising Consultant to Special Events Commission. Ten Eyck, Thomas Willard Jr, Wheatriclge, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Track, NROTC. ROW ONE - Terada, Kenneth Kenii, Arvada, Colo, Engineering, IEEE, vice-pres, Eta Kappa Nu, rec secy, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau. Thomas, Robert George, Beaver City, Nebr, Business. Thompson, Bonnie Jean, Dwight, Ill, Education. Thompson, Charles William, Cedar'Rapids, Iowa, Business, Phi Kappa Tau, Silver and Gold, CUAMA. Thompson, Donald Ray II, Arvada, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Thompson, Pamela Ann, Colorado Springs, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Gamma Phi Beta, scholarship chrmn, AWS rep, college bowl team captain, Kappa Phi, hist, Alpha Lambda Delta, Spanish Club, Cosmo Club. Tiefel, Pamela Jean, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, AWS dorm music director, Girls Glee Club. Tormey, Leslie, Lovvett, Tex, Arts and Sciences. ROW TWO - Tornstrom, Robert Ernest, El Paso, Tex, Engineering, Silver and Gold, Scabbard and Blade, Freshman Camp, director, dorm hearing committee, superior student program. Trantham, Carey E, Craig, Colo, Arts and Sciences, University Singers, Square Dance, NSO, asst, Players Club. Thayer, Annette Susan, Chicago, Ill, Education, Chi Omega, parl, Homecoming Royalty, secy, Homecoming Alumni Receptions Committee, Fresh Council, YWCA Nursery School, asst, Coloradan, typist. Triebel, Judith-' Ann, Vienna, Va, Arts and Sciences. Turner, Henry Grey, Berkeley, Calif, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Colo- radan, photo, Alpha Phi Omega, Hiking Club, Ski Club, Craft Shop, dir. Tyler, Lance Hart, Westminster, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Pi Sigma Alpha. Uhlenhopp, Sandra Sue, Akron, Colo, Education, Newman Club, Dorm hearing committee, resident advisor, YWCA, Blue Bird group leader. Urbina, John David, Boulder, Colo, Engineering, AIAA. ROW THREE - Urga, William Robert, Las Vegas, Nev, Business, Alpha Kappa Psi, plg trainer, Intramurals. Valdez, Phillip Gerard, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Marching band, concert band, Alpha Phi Omega, corres secy, Alpha Epsilon Delta. Valega, Rosa Mercedes, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Cosmo Club, tres, Latin American Club, soc chrmn, French Club, Newman Club, Foreign Students Queen. Valentine, Ernest E, Boulder, Colo, Business. Van Ark, Carol, Boulder, Colo, Journalism, Kappa Kappa Gamma, rush chrmn, Angel's Flight, secy, Oracle, assc ed, Sr Council, UMC Reading Program, co-chrmn. Van Don- gen, Ingrid Victoria, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Van Nostrand, Reeve M Jr, Lakehurst, NJ, Business, Phi Kappa Psi, vice-pres, Hammers, IFC, Greek Week, pub chrmn, IFC pub committee. Varon, Sheila Harriet, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Delta Tau, tres, Pi Sigma Alpha, Spurs, vice-pres, Hesperia, NSO, orientation Idr, Mortar Board, Homecoming, bus mgr, ASUC Supreme Court, chief iustice. and understanding is the seclson of hope OPPOSITE PAGE: ROW ONE - Vaughan, Christopher Knight, Weston, Mass, Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi, CU Racing Club, Greek Blood Bank, pres. Velliquette, Richard Thomas, East Alton, III, Engineering, IEEE, Buff Ski Club, AFROTC. Vila, Leslie Kathleen, Boulder, Colo, Education, French Club, YWCA, Cosmo, Festival Chorus. Vitiello, Joseph Thomas Ill, Lewisboro, NY, Arts and Sciences, Transfer, New York University, Student Government, rep, soc chrmn. Vodic-ka, Vivian l, Lawrence, ill, Arts and Sciences. Vogt, Shirley Naneen, Wes- ton, Mass, Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Butt Ski Club, Dorm pres, French House pres, German Singing Group. Voute, Joan Cecile, Santa Fe, NM, Arts and Sciences, Band, German Language House. Waggener, Diana Margaret, Wheatridge, Colo, Arts and Sciences. ROW TWO - Wagner, William Emery II, Lakewood, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Newman Club, Ski Club, Fresh Football. Wailes, Leigh Ann, Boulder, Colo, Education, CU Skiing, Porpoise, Buff Ski Club, secy, vice-pres, Clearing House Tutorial Porgram, Rifle Club. Wakimura, Gloria Jean, Englewood, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Kenyku Club, Campus Crusade, Denver Society of Medical Tech- nologists. Waldon, Colin Edward, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Wallace, Elizabeth Ann, Harrington Park, NJ, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi, Phi Sigma Alpha, YWCA International Fair, West Coast Model UN, UMC Program Council, Ski Club, French Club. Wallace, Larry Lind, Laguna Beach, Calif, Business. Walther, Christopher Kent, New York, NY, Arts and Sciences. Ward, Martha Louise, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, sec, tres, Colo Scholars, Silver and Gold, Spurs, pres, Soph Class Tres, Pompon Girl, Jr Council, Senate Clerk. diiiiidiiii- 1 ir. ,Nw , .ning I -sam I, rf-U. ,- .- v,,-.aasfx-21 'frank' 9 S .- , . . 4 6 . , ., 1 -v 1 , . .v n- ' x , 'awa- f 5 J' , . Lk 1' u - --'u.yr:i'Ei', J.. W - -me-naman - vx A A' -v, 1+ L1-L.-L ,ma-in. -'C' '-1 -"""i' um ,- 1, -- WA RM- ww f-hsaagaqa.-X., 5 1 . Q 1 G-w . ,, ,X n v- ' JJ Q 2gp.f.fw-vf .18 au.-ypigxgivaqsw ' - ,- Lf sw, 1 ' - I-L L, I f bw- '-- .. .1-.,-. -sbs-au.-.l..,,..,,,,,,,.4,,4-uf We , ' as. .,,,.,,,, M,5,-:,,d VA wf,.5-W A V .., an . , ' ,J "',"'i"v. 0--, -Q-.ki-Akira-...Q 3,- A .., '- ' H ,F -.ww-Y,,.-:.,g,,,,,,q6..,.,,,,,,,,nqqg.i!A . A i I L Y I li- - , . v . , x e v 1 . I -.,,. . ' 4 -LA - E -.-. k ' ' 7-Q-QL..fg,1 ' ' - ,d - -., T. , - -51" -f - -Q 1 vii, ' A --T af- V., . W .dup . . . 4' V 9:4-V..--.,,!, E ... 4, 5,bf1..'Q' ' f 1- 4:41 11 --Af , 'Q my :ff - ' LI -..f-5-X,-63 , , 5, 9' .' XYZ, 132 . 1rA,.'L,wg'yf 1 4 . '. " K ,. ' ILL! '. . 'A -'-.1 ,:1. H. 4 -x. . 1, Z,-1, ,':'1n" 'J .ff V 'W .ff bg-r..' ,sg . 5 , V :ZW ww A-11 -Q F: gi?-if Y 4-4545 ' . ' T , ,Q 1,5-mi 1, ':, .W 'N P5355 c ROW ONE - Wardner, Kathryn McWilliams, West Hartford, Conn, Education, Buff Ski Club, Racing Club. Wardell, John Gillette, Midland, Mich, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, soc chrmn, Hammers, vice-pres, CU Racing Club, HOBART, Business School Student Board, vice-pres, CUAMA, pres, vice-pres, program dir. Watson, Janet A, Houston, Tex, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, corres secy, "Guys and Dolls," prod mgr, intramurals. 'ROW TWO - Watt, Laura Merwin, Kankakee, Ill, Education, Fresh Camp, coun- selor, Clearing House, AWS Review, transfer, Stephens College. Watts, Karen, San Rafael, Calif, Arts and Sciences. Weigelt, Peter, Boulder, Colo, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Eta Kappa Nu, Scuba Diving, Flying. ROW THREE - Weir, Brenda, Langhorne, Penn, Education, Zeta Tau Alpha, activi- ties chrmn, Hockey team, Experimental Theater, Clearing House, Resident advisor. Weisbly, Gary, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Delta, Phi Epsilon Phi, Hammers, Homecoming, Weitzel, Marvin Lee, Fort Collins, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Players Club. ROW FOUR - Welch, Jacque Ann, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Soph advisor, AWS Review, Hearing Committee. Wellborn, Beverly Kay, Boulder, Colo, Business, Calico and Boots, pres, vice-pres, secy, Beta Sigma, pres, CUAMA, Business School, student board. Wellein, Winifred A, Annandale, Va, Education. ROW FIVE - Westergard, Susan Stanley, Racine, Wis, Arts and Sciences. Wheeler, Jacqueline, Altadena, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi, YWCA. Wheeler, Jeffrey Charles, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Delta, pres, Buff Ski Club, Cosmo Club. ROW SIX - Wherry, Suzanne Kay, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Buff Ski Club, transfer, Stephens College. Whipple, Lucille Lila Jane, Owatonna, Minn, Nursing, Buff Ski Club. White, Alan Emmett, Brighton, Colo, Engineering, Gamma Delta, AES, IEEE, Univ Lutheran Assembly. ROW SEVEN - White, Helen N, Winnetka, lll, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi, hostess, sunshine committee, Buff Ski Club, French Club, UMC Program Commission, YWCA Fair. Whitehouse, Beryl Fay, Boulder, Colo, Education, CEA, student. White- scarver, Susan Davenport, Marina Del Rey, Calif, Education, Alpha Chi Omega, CCCC, Sigma Lambda Phi, AWS, rep, Coloradan, sales, Mesa Vista Hosp, volunteer. ROW EIGHT - Whitson, Mercer L Jr, Los Alamos, NM, Arts and Sciences, Cosmo Club, Latin American Club, Civil Air Patrol. Whitlow, William B Jr, Garden Grove, Calif, Arts and Sciences. Wicken, John Wayne, Pueblo, Colo, Arts and Sciences. OPPOSITE PAGE: ROW ONE - Wickwire, Betty Diane, Aurora, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Dorm Office, Soph Advisor, Resident Advisor, Big Sister Program, Social Coordinator, WICHE Program. Wigotow, Joseph Myer Jr, Boulder, Colo, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, Tau Beta Pi. Wilkin, Julie Ann Postma, Denver, Colo, Music, Sigma Alpha Iota, plg trainer, pres, University Choir, Spurs, treas, Jr Advisor. ROW TWO - Wilkinson, Francis Xavier, Mt Prospect, Ill, Business, Intramurals. Wille, Susan Mary, Buena Vista, Colo, Music, Alpha Delta Pi, Buff Ski Club, Home- coming Committee, University Choir, Spring Opera, "Regina," Play, "John Brown's Body." Willeke, Roger Lee, Akron, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega, sec, scholarship chrmn, NSO Forum Leader, Sr Council, Intramurals. ROW THREE - Willette, Marilyn Jein, Byers, Colo, Nursing, Nursing Students Pres, CSNA, Program Chrmn, NPO, reporter, Williams, Joan Ann, Marshall, Minn, Arts and Sciences, Psi Chi, Clearing House, Homecoming Program Commission, Festival Chorus, Band. Williams, Randolph Turrill, Oradell, NJ, Arts and Sciences, Colorado State Speech League Festival. ROW FOUR - Wills, John Bennett, Denver, Colo, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, soc chrmn, CUAMA. Wilson Sara Desaix, Shawnee Mission, Kan, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Ski Club, People to People. Wilmore, James A, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Rush Chrmn, Who's Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities, Coloradan Editor-in-Chief, IFC, Rush Chrmn, Three Year Masters Program, LAGNAF Team, Sabres, Jr Class vice-pres, Teaching Recog- nition Award, chrmn, Phi Beta Kappa. ROW FIVE - Wilson, Anne Louise, Sherman Oaks, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Colo Corps. Wilson, Dianne Rozella, Jackson, Miss, Arts and Sciences. Wilson, Maxine Patricia, Salida, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Cameo, Pres, Resident Advisor, AWS Representative. ROW SIX - Wilson, Sallie L, Colo Springs, Colo, Education. Wing, Linda Carmen, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Arts and Sciences, University Choir, Chinese Club, Cosmo, treas, vice-pres, French Club. Wingfield, Jane Lindsey, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, Spurs, Hesperia, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, Hon- ors Union Council, Castle Belles, Resident Advisor. ROW SEVEN - Winn, Joria Lee, Duluth, Minn, Arts and Sciences, Sr Council. Wise, Richard Allan, Colorado Springs, Colo, Engineering, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, Commander, IEEE, AES. Wiseman, Elizabeth W, Englewood, Colo, Nursing, CCCC, Kappa Phi, CSNA. ROW EIGHT - Wisenbaker, Michael Bush, Dallas, Tex, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, AICHE, Sabers. Wolff, Constance, Shaker Heights, Ohio, Business, CUAMA, Buff Ski Club. Wood, Guy H, Sterling, Colo, Journalism, Alpha Delta Sigma, pres, Sigma Delta Chi, Dorm pres, School of Journalism Execu- tive Council, Hunter's Lodge, house mgr. ,Z g mi, EA L F' gm-. W-In g ROW ONE - Wood, Judith E, Canon City, Colo, Nursing, Cosmo Club, CCCC, soc committee, co-chair Big-Little Sister Committee, CSNA, State Nominating Committee, pub, NSNA, Student Council, sen rep, Nightengale Choir. Woods, Gary Allen, Loveland, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta. Worthington, Roy Henry III, Vandenberg AF Base, Calif, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta, Psi Chi, treas, Silver and Gold, Hammers, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, pres, IFC, iud council, Sr Council. Wottge, Konrad Rudolf, Broomfield, Colo, Engineering, Chi Epsi- lon, ASCE. Wright, Charles Michael, Wheatridge, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Wurtz, Edwin Alan, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Pi Sigma. ROW TWO - Wynkoop, Steven Neil, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Yalch, Janice Irene, Denver, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Intervarsity, CCC. Yamada, Gerrick Tetsuo, Waialua, Hawaii, Arts and Sciences, AIP, Hawaiian Club. Yates, Morgan, Beverly Hills, Calif, Business, Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha Kappa Psi, Buff Ski Club, IFC, Expansion chrmn. Young, David Bruce, Ogden Dunes, Ind, Arts and Sciences, Lacrosse Team, cap. Young, Dennis Leroy, Arvada, Colo, Engineering, Marching and Concert Band, AIAA. ROW THREE - Young, Janet Grace, Boulder, Colo, Education, Kappa Delta Pi, Graduate Club, YMCA, Intl Fair. Young, Kathleen Ann, Grand Junction, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Gam- ma Delta, corres secy, house mgr, Pi Sigma Alpha. Young, Susan Diehl, Ogden Dunes, Ind, Arts and Sciences. Younge, Arthur Eric, Grand Junction, Colo, Arts and Sciences. Yuhos, Janis Kae, Boulder, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Porpoise Club, French Club. Zabukovec, John Joseph, Pueblo, Colo, Engineering, IEEE. ROW FOUR - Zadra, Robert Lee, Pueblo, Colo, Arts and Sciences, NSO Commission, asst commissioner, CU Symphony Orchestra, ASUC State Legislation, commission member. Zaharias, David Layne, Golden, Colo, Arts and Sciences, Delta Tau Delta, Football, Lacrosse, Hammers, Silver and Gold, Winter Carnival King, Jr, Sr Council, IFC, Gamma Iota Phi, Shakespeare Festival. Zimmerman, Frederick C, Davenport, Iowa, Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, vice-pres, tres, Phi Epsilon Phi, Hammers, Honors, Three Years Masters Program. Zinn, Mary E, Dallas, Tex, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, pres, Sigma Lambda Phi, vice-pres, Panhel, vice- pres, Hesperia, secy, Silver and Gold, Mortar Board, Dorm, pres, Greek Week, chrmn. Zinner, Stephen C, Aurora, Colo, Engineering. Zufelt, Irwin Edwin, Mancos, Colo, Engineering, IEEE, AES. 524 .vw- J 'TN ' ,Mmm A h "'c.AK .e"2... : 1363, 1 it YL, ,, E-V' ROW ONE - Allen, George Maurice, Boulder, Colo, Law. Azar, William George, Trinidad, Colo, Law. Barnhart, William F, Denver, Colo, Law. Bender, Michael Lee, Harrison, NY, Law. Blair, James Robert, Grand Junction, Colo, Law. ROW TWO - Borg, Alvin Andrew, Wilmette, Ill, Law. Bragg, Douglas Earl, Denver, Colo, Law. Brame, Frank Ayres lll, Greenville, Tex, Law. Brown, Jon Thomas, Fort Collins, Colo, Law. Bryant, Barry Le- Roy, Toledo, Ohio, Law. ROW THREE - Caims, Richard Henry, Littleton, Colo, Law, Student Bar Assoc, pres, Legal Aid Clinic, dir, Phi Delta Phi, Rothgerber Competition, Assigned Council Program. Canny, John George, Denver, Colo, Law. Carter, David Charles, Boulder, Colo, Law. Clark, Stanley H Jr, McCook, Neb, Law, Colley, Howard Robert, La.lunta, Colo, Law. ROW FOUR - Davis, Richard M Jr, Boulder, Colo, Law. Drummond, Donald Gale, Boulder, Colo, Law. Dunn, Alan Gary, Bloomfield Hills, Mich, Law. Erick- son, James R, Tomah, Wis, Law, Legal Aid Sen Council, Student Bar Assoc, Phi Delta Phi. Fishman, Paul, Denver, Colo, Law. ROW FIVE - Garfield, Helen Pope, Boulder, Colo, Law. Geil, Philip Douglas, Boulder, Colo, Law. Grant, 'Douglas L, Northglenn, Colo, Law. Gross, John Rich- ard, Denver, Colo, Law. Groves, John Willis, Boul- der, Colo, Law. ROW SIX - Hagood, Lloyd Stephen, Casper, Wyo, Law. Hamilton, E Bentley Jr, Durango, Colo, Law. Hubka, Vernon Edward Jr, Lakewood, Colo, Low, Legal Aid Clinic, dir, Law School Athletic Dir, Stu- dent Bar Assoc,, Phi Alpha Delta. Hughes, Dan Sid- ney, Woodland Park, Colo, Law. Hunter, Terence James, Las Vegas, Nev, Law. ROW SEVEN - Hybl, William J, Colorado Springs. Colo, Law, Legal Aid Clinic, Phi Alpha Delta, pres. Janes, Stephen Shannon, Meeker, Colo, Law. John- son, Frank Tidball, Fort Collins, Colo, Law. Klein, Roger Allen, Timberlake, Ohio, Law, senior class school of low ROW ONE - Knapp, James Ian Keith, Boulder, Colo, Law, CU Low Review, mang editor, Rock Mt Mineral Law Foundation, research associate. Kowalchik, Walter, Arvada, Colo, Law. Levi, Thomas Clayborne, Boulder, Colo, Law, Legal Aid Clinic, Phi Alpha Delta, Student Bar Assoc, Colorado Daily, bus mang. Lynch, John Richard, Colorado Springs, Colo, Law, Natl Moot Court Comp, Rothgerber Competition, winning team, lntramurals, Law Students Civil Rights Research Council. Mann, Stanley Keith, Wheatridge, Colo, Law. Marcus, Lawrence, Denl ver, Colo, Law. Martin, Guy Richard, Lakewood, Colo, Law. Matoush, Carol Sue, Colorado Springs, Colo, Law. ROW TWO - McCarthy, Michael John, Denver, Colo, Law. Ossola, Thomas William, Pueblo, Colo, Law. Pickens, Thomas H Jr, Aurora, Colo, Law. Riggs, Marshall Terry, Holly, Colo, Law. Robertson, Alice Ota, Boulder, Colo, Law. Robinson, Peter Alfred, Englewood, Colo, Law. Rosentrater, Gary Lee, Longmont, Colo, Law. Sandstead, Morris W, Sterling, Colo, Law. ROW THREE - Scilley, Hugh Mason, Longmont, Colo, Law. Slee, Andrew James, Longmont, Colo, Law. Snyder, Paul, Castle Rock, Colo, Law. Stout, Donald Holt, Boulder, Colo, Law. Suffian, Jerold Monroe, University City, Mo, Law. Summers, Lloyd Ronald, Grand Junction, Colo, Law. Tiedt, William Robert, Boulder, Colo, Law. Timmermans S Gene, Redstone, Colo, Law, Legal Aid Clinic, chrmn of dir, Phi Delta Phi, Student Bar Assoc, Intramurals, ftball, basketball. ROW FOUR - Treece, Lawrence W, Boulder, Colo, Law. Vahrenwald, Jack Duane, Fort Col- lins, Colo, Law, Phi Alpha Delta, Legal Aid Clinic, Student Bar Assoc, LSCRRC, Intramurals. Ward, William Richard, Denver, Colo, Law. Warner, Joseph lll, Albuquerque, NM, Law. Warren, Robert E Jr, Englewood, Colo, Law. Weed, Arthur Henry, Littleton, Colo, Law. Woodruff, Charles N, Riverside, Calif, Law. Yeager, Carl Gary, Longmont, Colo, Law. ,- 21:1 I .- . 'I 5 1. Y 'W ': 'I fi .N 'E -. -. v 2 5'-i Qs A 'L IA. ,,-.-f-'.',,g . .nfl-'Liv 1 Q fp f' 'Q S , -If sf R ,gs ss? ,., Q in Sv N rsh U i T 1 -Q 'G n 4 F i I f 1 m I V' ' 0 .Al Y ' s 94' x fl' , 4 . , .4 7 A I r' 9 - wg 1 ' 5 in wo- 1-3, 4 Q 5 f as 'S ,J 4-f 6-vl-N X index 2 general index Faculty and Staff Atkins, Dale ............. Bamett, Glenn E. .............,...... Barr, Maurice ......... ..- .... ,...l8O, Bames, Hazel E. .............l84, Berger, Jean ...................-.l86, Bartram, John W. ...... .....A. ......... Betz, Fred, Sr. ...-.., .... ..-....... Bowler, Ned ......... ............. .........398 Bromley, Charles .-..... .... ..--161 Carlson, Harry ,.-.., .... ..-..,.. Carpenter, Helen ......... .... ,..... . Casotti, Fred ..-- ....... -.. --...,... Cohen, Joseph W. ..... ......-.- Coors, Joseph .... a.,c-..-..- ..... .... Cox, Alice ...-......- .... ...-.-s..- Crawford, Richard H. .......... .... Crowder, Eddie Elisha, M. ....... .......... ...... ......... Fowler, Les ....-........-.......-..... Gilkinson, Alan c..... -.-.......- Graves, C. Deana... ...... - ...... .....- Gray, Dick ...LL ..... - ..... ...-.-.... Harvey, John .,...-..- ...... ,......... Higman, Howard Hobbs, Captain Dale .-...-....... Johnson, P. Raymond ...-..-..- Kopecky, Paul .... -.-......-...182, Lam, Kayo ...-.........-......--... Leitch, Donald .......-.-.......... Lesser, George S. ...- .... Love, John A. ........ .... -......-...... Long, Linn ...,.. - ................,. ---... Lynch, Daniel .......-..........-..-..... Manning, Thurston E. ......-- McBride, Conrad ........... ...-....... McMillian, Claude ...... .... ..c.... Milbury, Colonel ......... ........... Mitchell, John .,.. ..... ,,.,. . ..a ..... .. Muirhead, David B. ...-..-...,.- Ostrander, Virginia Parrish, Pauline .......-..-...........a Pluckham, Margaret -.-....... Potts, Frank :......- ...... ......... 3 O1 Prentup, Frank ..-................. Queen, Mrs. Jimmie -...--.. Quigley, James .... .....133, 141 Rearick, David ..,...... ......... Roberts, Dwight V. .............. Sandoe, James -..-.--,..-... Scott, Austin W., Jr. .... -.--,... Smiley, Joseph R. .--. ........ 161 Stahl, Gray ....... .. .............. -. Tyler, Scott ...- ...... ..- Volsky, Theodore ...- ...... Walseth, Russell "Sox" Weir, Walter ........- ..... White, Att --..-.-...-..-..-.--..... Whitehead, Hal .....,. .. ...,........ -... Wilson, Eugene .....--......s-... Wolfe, Lynn ...-.. ....... ....... 176. Wolle, Muriel Sibell ...-..,..-... Yoder, R. Clifford ...-..-........... Zubrow, Reuben .....--L- 30 -- .... 297, 334, ......-.-...17o. Organizations Acacia ....... ...c .............. ........ Air Force ROIC .......... .... Alpha Chi Omega ....... -.. Alpha Delta Pi .-..-.....-... .240, 241 262, 263 .206, 201 208, 209 Alpha Delta Sigma 2 ..... --...,..431 Alpha Epsilon Delta ........-.....432 Alpha Epsilon Phi ..... ..... . Alpha Gamma Delta ...-. Alpha Kappa Lambda -.. .2l0. 211 212 ,213 242, 243 Alpha Kappa Psi ......... ..e. . ......431 450 Alpha Lambda Delta .....-...-... Alpha Omicton Pi ...-..-...214, 215 Alpha Phi .-.. ...... - ..... -..........216, 217 Alpha Phi Omega ....... -...442, 443 Alpha Tau Omega ...-..-...244, 245 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astro- nautics ,...-...-..c...-........,...420 American Institute of Chemical Engineers ...-..........421 American Society of Civil Engineers ........... -......-...422 American Society of Mechanical Engineers ... ...... 423 Angel's Flight ...- ................ .. ...,.., 464 Arab Students Club ..... -..........405 Army ROTC ........... -..- ....... 456-459 Army Rifle Club ............... .........46O Amold Air Society ........... -..-...464 Associated Engineering Students ......................... -......-...417 Associated Norweigan Students .-..-..--.-. .... .. ...... .........410 Associated Students of the University of Colorado CASUCJ .......... 117-137 Associated Women Students .--... ....... E..--...138, 139 Beta Alpha Psi ..... .... ..... - ..-...430 Beta Theta Pi ...-.... ......... ..246, 247 Beta Sigma ...........,........ .. ....... 430 Board of Publications ........ ...... .141 Business School Student Board ...-. ...... ..... ......... ..... - -..-...428 Calico and Boots .... 2 ..... -..-..,...402 Cameo Boarding 1-louse ..279,2S0 Capers ............... ...... ................ .........468 Castle Belles ................ .....-........461 Chi Epsilon .... ... - .... .......4l8 Chi Omega ...-....... ...,. .....218, 219 Chi Psi ....... -...... ..... .....-......248, 249 Christian Science Organization ..... ..... .. .......472 Clearing House ..... ...... ,..-...438, 440 377. 378 OUSE College Inn .......- ..... -- ..... Coloniel Boarding H Coloradan .... ....... - ....... .-..-... 382. 383 142-147 Colo rado Daily ....... ...-.......148-153 154 Colorado Engineer ....... -...- .... Cosmopolitan Club ..... -...408.409 Court of Chevaliers ..,............ -...474 CU Band --.L .................. -.424. 425 CUAMA ...-......,..- ..... .-..-....428 Delta Delta Delta ....,.... .....220, 221 Delta Gamma ...... ..... .. ..224, 225 Delta Sigma Pi ...,..... .........250, 251 Delta Upsilon ........ ..... - .... 0252.253 DU Darllngs ..... ...... ............-.......414 Dunnell's ...-.........- ............ ...-....3B4 Drcher Boarding House ..... -...385 Eta Kappa Nu ......... . .................... 421 Experimental Cinema ...--..... .... 415 Festival Chorus ........r. ....-.,......410 Flying Club .......................... 4 00,401 French Club ............. .. .........,.....,... 406 Freshman Class Council ..... -...136 Gamma Alpha Chi ....... .. .... .....431 Gamma Delta .. ..... -a-....-....-...474 Gamma Phi Beta ..... -..-.226, 227 Greek Blood Bank ............ 202,203 Hesperia ...s..a.........-. ....... . ...... .......448 Hiking Club .- ............ .. .... -..-.- .... 4 ll Honors Union Council ...........427 1-1uff's Boarding House ..... .,..... 381 ' 407 Hui O'Hawaii ................. Hunter Boarding House ...a..-.s387 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers .... - ...... 423 201 Intetftaternity Council .... 200, and Electronics Inter-Religion Council .... .........472 Judo Club ...,.............. -.--...-...-...403 Junior Class Council ...-.-......137 Junior Panhellenic ...--..-...198, 199 Kappa Alpha Pi ....... ....-...........432 Kappa Alpha Psi ..... .... - -...256 257 Kappa Alpha Theta ........228 Kappa Kappa Gamma .... 230 229 231 Kappa Kappa Psi .... -.-..-..-...-..4Z7 ' 473 255 407 Kappa Phi ..- ......... - ...... - ..,... -...-.. Kappa Sigma ........... . ........ 254 Kenkyu Club ...,........ ....... - .....-... Lambda Chi Alpha .-.....s25S, 259 Language Houses ....... ....- ..,... 2.2386 Latin American Students Club ...- ......,... - ........................ -...406 Medical Technologists ..-., ....... 406 Men's Co-op ..... ........ .......-,.-...387 Mortar Board ...-. ...... -. -.--...447 Muslim Association ...-.- ..... ,...475 Navy ROTC ........... .... .. ...46S, 466 Nisus ................... 2 .................. - ......, 155 Panhellenic Association ..196, 197 Pershing Rifles ........... ..-,..-..-...470 Phi Delta Chi .,......,. -.-..-..-..-..433 Phi Delta Theta ..-..262, 263 Phi Epsilon Phi ......... - ............... 451 Phi Gamma Delta ....... -...264 265 Phi Kappa Psi .s,......a......266 267 Phi Kappa Tau ............. -...268, 269 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia ....... N426 Phi Sigma Delta ...-..-.......270 271 Physical Therapists ....... - .,......... 436 Pi Beta Phi .......... . ............. ....232, 233 Pi Kappa Alpha . .,,...... ,.-...272, 273 Pi Tau Sigma .--. ... .... -.........-..420 Players Club ...- ....... ,-.......404 Sabres Blue-Key ....,...... -..-...a ...... 452 Scabbard and Blade ......... - ....... 468 School of Nursing .............. 434 435 Senior Class Council ........,........137 Sigma Alpha Epsilon ...-.-274, 275 Sigma Alpha Eta ....... -..-..-...,,..426 Sigma Chi ..............,............... 388-391 Sigma Delta Tau ........... -...234, 235 Sigma Lambda Phi ...M ........,..... .441 Sigma Nu .-.. ................... -.-276 277 Sigma Phi Epsilon ..,. -.-....278, 279 Sigma Tau ..-.s..-...-... .,,. ,..,..419 Silver and Gold ........ - ........ 453, 454 Ski Club ...-..-..-..- ................. 397-399 student index Aakhus Ma Diane , ry ................ Aaseth, Becky Virginia ............ 232 226 Abadie, Marilyn Louise .........218 Abdnor, Mary Lynne ....138, 226 Abell, Gregg Thomas ... .... ......254 Abelson, Susan Elaine ...........234 Able, Stephen Dowden ........264 Aboul, Hamayel Mohamad Abramson, Bruce David .. 475. 480 -..329 Adams, C layton Jesse .....257, 274 ck William ...........278 Adams, Ja ancy Gale ........--.....480 Adams, N Adams, Susan Carter ..-....-a.228 Kathleen Orr ....., ...228 Adamson, Sandell ..,. -146, Adamson, Addington, Gary Kent ............. 228. 480 Adcock, John David -.-.........272 264 480 Affleck, Julie Hall ...,....-..431 Aggeler, Sheila Jane ...-..230 Agtelius, Christie Lee ...-.. Agten, Richard David - ,...... -... Ahem, George Irving, Jr. -137, Ahmann, Nancy Lee ......-....-..224 480 22 6 2 64 408 Aho, Wayne Alan ...c....-.- ...... ..4S0 Ahrens, Christine S. ........2l8 Ahrens, Laura Sue ..........--.....218 Aikens, Constance Lord 398 Aikin, Richard Page ll -....-... Aishton, Mary Susan .-s.-..,.. Akkola, Mark Olavi ...-.......,... Albert, Paul Kenneth ......,.-...244 Albrecht, Peter James ...-.-.....,387 Aldridge, Linda Ellen ...-.,...-...213 Alexander, Ann Landis Alexander, James R., Jr. ..-.-..480 Alexander, Karen Ann 232 Aley, Ronald Earl ....... ..a.,......48O Alford, Frank Arthur ......-..,..-480 Allen, Alida Shevelle ........ .... ....434 Allen, Carol Joan ........... - .,.... .....434 480 216 280 ............224 Allen. Elise Ann ..-...- ............ .....224 Allen, George Maurice ..--........526 Allen, Howard Eugene .... -...-...257 , James Kenneth ...... 536 S37 Allen, Joan Cheryl ...E ...... .........434 Allen, Lynne Elizabeth .- .... -. .... 480 Allen Allen, Ma Allen, Ma Allen, Pat rgaret Jane ........ ...- ..... 480 216 480 rilyn Anne ........ 1 ricia Louise ............-.480 Allen, Roger Evans ...-.......257 480 Allgire, Pamela Rose -.- ...... ..-..384 Allmond, Joanne .....- .,... -L.-...480 Allport, Jennifer Susan .... 228 414 Alsup, Donald Ray ....... .....264, 338 Altberger, Fred Sol ...e..,.....-..270 Alter, Larry Dean -- .......... - ..., -..4S0 Altman, Linda Margaret .....-..48O Alvord, Ellsworth C. .-,.- ....,.. 480 Ambrose, Laurence David ........480 Ambrose, Nancy Jean .. ...... 384, 480 Amerman, Mary Blackbum ..-224 Ames, Harvey M., Jr. .... -.....-..480 Ames, Henry Theodore, Jr. ...480 Amos, Sally Caroline ....... -..--.232 Andersen, Constance M. ........480 Andersen, Sverre Erik ...... 419 480 Anderson. Allen S. ...- .............. .419 Anderson, Carole Helena -.-..480 Anderson, David L. ..- ..... ..-.....243 Anderson, John Carlton .... 152, 542 Anderson, Judith Beth .... 226 450 Anderson, Karen V. . ......... 224 480 Anderson, Mary Beth ........... -...434 Anderson, Monica Ginger .... -..471 Anderson, Norman John 0480, 525 Anderson, Patricia Rae .... .........224 Anderson, Richard Paul .a.....289. 293. 296, 297 Anderson, Stanley Ivar ...-.-s.419. 422, 480 Anderson, Steven Earl ...-....-.278 Anderson, 'lliomas Lynn .......... 480 Anderson, Toby Lynne ........-2l8 Ando, Susan Gail ....... -........230 Andreotti, Susan Jean .-. .... s.-...414 Society of American Military Engineers ....... - ......... 467 Sophomore Class Council ........l36 Spurs . ...... -....-.- ...... -.- ...... -..-...449 Star and Sextant ...-..- -.........a.464 Tau Beta Phi ........... -...........418 Tri-C Club . ...... We .............. - ....... 473 Tau Kappa Epsilon ....... ..... 2 80, 281 UMC Board ....... .. ............ -..132, 133 UMC Program Council .... 134,135 Valkyrie ...-..- ................ -.. ...... ...44B Wesley Foundation ..... .. .... .....-.47l Winter Camival ..... -.- ........ 412, 413 Young Women's Christian Association .... ...... . ......... . -. Zeta Beta Tau ...- ....... ,..-... Zeta Tau Alpha .-....-..-L.- 444. 445 282, 283 236 237 Andres, Linda Penserot .......-.232 Andrews, Dynda Lou ...-....--.226 Angelo, Wyatt Burwell ...,...,..388 Ankerholz, Sharon Mings -,...480 Anschicks, Earl Nelson ...258, 480 Anwyl, Philip Ryder .....- ..... ...388 Apostolos. Kathrine D. .. ........480 214 Aragon, Dixie Lee M. .......... sc.. Archer, Corinne Adele ......... ....480 Arford. Bonnie Lou ..,-..........208 Atguello. Beniamin A. ........480 Arko, Garry Lee ........... .... -......387 Armstrong, Gregory W. ........-..480 Amdt, Margaret Anne ........... ...387 Amdt, William Edward ...-......471 Ameson, Patricia Kathy ....... --.216 Amold. Hugh Terrill ...-.......388 Arnold. Mark Stephen - ............ 258 Amold, Robert Allen .--..........272 Arnold, Stevan Craig ....... .......240 Arthur, Margaret 1. ...--..-...-...21S Artymovich, Ted F. ... ...... -....266 Asam. Wayne Emmsley ...,.-..409 Ash, Ronald James -...--.-......4S0 Ashby, Raymond Earl ..... .384 429 262 Ashman, Ward, Jr. ...............-... Asper, David Webster - .............. 254 Atchison, Debra Lou ..... -.........233 Atkinson, Louanne .............a225 Atkison, Lynn Ann ......-c-....1lgg Atwell, Geoffrey XV. 264, 384. Atzenweiler, Linda Loun ....... -..224 Auslander, Ita Steven -.-.....-...4l2 Austermann, Richard O. -134 Avery, Christopher G. ...-. 136, 254 254 Axtell, David Loeve --- .... ..-...40S Ayala, Lillian G. ...... ................406 Ayer, Mary Josephine ...-.......-480 Ayers, Donald William -.....-...388 Aylsworth, Kenneth D. ..,.......276 Azar, William George .... - ........ 526 Azcui, Sandoval Juan ...... -..a...406 Babb, Marilyn Louise ..... ..- .... L..-480 Babb, Robert Sterling .......-....sZ68 Babbitt, Barry Bruce ...-.......--264 Babbs, David Lee -.. ..... -.s.....-297 Babcock, Colton William .....387 Badke, Frederick Robert .....-...242 Bagaighis, Youse M. .. ..... .....-...525 Bahne, Jeanne Carol ..... Baiamonte, Carolyn S. ...- .208 1 480 Bailey, Jean Elizabeth .... -230 Bailey, Terry Lyn ...... ..... .... -.....213 Bainbridge, Alexander G. u ....-264 Baker, Judith Ann -...--.a....-2l0 Baker, Laura Lea .....................386 Baker, Lynn Paul ........ ... ...... L-3ll Baker, Richard Andrew .-.278 480 Baker, Richard Burl .... ..... .... ...480 Baker, Ronald Kenneth ....--281 Bakke, Even ......---.................419 Bakman, Jane Anne .....-..-..-224 Balassone, Mary J. .. ..... -......-a..224 Balderston. Douglas B. ......--436 Baldwin, David Lee .................4l9 7 Ballantyne, Elizabeth C. -.........08 Ballard, Michael Ray .......25l Bank, Ellen Ann ........a........ Banks , Becky Jane ....... ..... 320 404 ......-..230 .297 Banks, Estes McLeod ..... --....... Banks, George Edwin ...---..- Banks, Rebecca R. ............ Barad, Edward Nelson .... Babe.. John Wilford 419, .280 .480 ..s--136 480 421, Barber, Thomas A. ...... L. Barbour, Linda Lee ....... ... Bard. Kay Elizabeth ....... ... Barker, Janet Arline .... ... Barlevi, Karen Ruth ...... Barlow. Jan Byron ..l18, .272 387 208 ,...-...22S 234 480 282' Barlow, Jean Lynn ...-..--.....,,..4B2 Bamacle.Mary,Rui1ner .... .....-23O Bamey, John Richard ...---.....471 Bamhart, Woodson R. .....-..-482 Bamum, Charles S. III .... 274 482 Bamum, Thomas Paine .... ....- .... 4 82 Barrert, Phillip L. ....s..........276 Barrick, Sandra Ann ....a.-........-208 Barron, Leonard Amold ...--....116 Barron, Patricia Janis ...-.2lS 482 Barrows, Michael F. .-.-.- .278 482 229 Barrows, Valery E. .........90, Barry, Margaret Mary ...........434 Barry. Robert Lewis ........... Barrels, Donald Robert .. .270 180 482 482 Battelt, David Fleming ........ 2 .... 297 Barthuli, Marda Jean .......-.......228 Bartley, Kathleen Ann -....L...2l6 Barton, Roger James ...s..........-3S8 Barton, Thomas Jeffrey -.........482 Barrtam, Marianne .......--. .-..--2l6 Bartram, William John ..........244 Bartscher, John Keenan ....... -..258 Bartscherer, Carol Ann ....-...-..228 Bashant, Larry Duane .-.. .278 482 Bashant, Susan Karen ..........-..482 Bashore, Lee Ann ...--.-.-..-..-...230 482 Bare, Barbara Jean -... .... -- .233 .136 Bator. Robert Emery ....... - ...... -.. Battini, David Peter .- .... -..-......482 Bauer, John Albert ......-........m-482 311 482 Bauers, Louis Robert 262, Baum, Lorraine Elva .......-..-...2l0 Bauman, Elizabeth Anne .......-...206 Beachy, Robert Milton .............. 389 Beal, Jack Harry ...-.... ........... ....276 Beal, William Dale ...,..........-...482 Bean. Bonnie Katherine ..-.- .... 482 289 297 Beard, John Rankin .,.268, Beardsley, Barbara Ann ....--...404 431 482 Bechik, Vicki Rae ...... 206, Becker, Douglas Michael - ........ 266 Becker, Frances E. C. . .......... .....434 Becker, Richard Henry ...,.......4S2 Becker, Robert John ..... - .... -..-..482 Beckmann, Carl David .......,... Beebe, Mary Evelyn ...- .... .. ....... 419 Beecher. Andrew Harris ...- ....... 282 Beerer. James Hansell ....... -.....482 .268 Beers, Marv Elizabeth ..-...226, 482 Beimuk, Alexander Peter . ......... 482 Belcher, Mallory Ann ,........a.214 Belknap, Laura Spencer ...- ....... 230 Bell, Ardell Claire ...-......-..-...482 Bell, Bonita Ruth ..... .... ...........382 Bell, Bruce Ray .........,. ....-..-.......278 Bell, Franklin Harirson ....,,. -..-...l52 Bell, Jeanne Margaret ...-.. ..... -482 Bell, John Thomas .......... ..... --.266 Bell Linda Lee ..........................234 Bell: s1.e..a1y.. ...,... -.---..-...-...4az Bellmar, Lucinda Mary ........ -..482 Belmont, Judith Kay ........ ....- ...210 Belnap, Laura S. ......... ............ -N482 Belt, Robert Julian ..............-.-gg44 Bemis, Christen K. ............e....... Bender, Dean Robert 109 241, 427 419 Bender, Gary Lee .....-............-... Bender, Michael Lee ......... ...... 526 Benefleld, Kim Linton ........... Benford, Jean Margaret ...,..-... Benioff, Barbara Louise .,.. 4 04 Benjamin, Boni ...e.... ...... ............ Benner, Robert Belknap .. .......... Bennett, David Rider Bennett, Joann Elaine 206. Bennett, Maxine Shirley -.-....... 235 Benowitz, Faye Idelle .,,..... ...262 213 Benson, Barbara Jean ...... ...... Bent, Ann Lorette ................. -... Bentley, Edward James ..... .... ..., Bentson. Nels Stanley Benware, Barry Philip ....... Berenbeim, Linda Lou L.. ...... -... 270 Berensrein, Gerald M. ...L Berenrer, Ilene Beth ..,........-..... Berentsen, Carl-Erik R. .L ........ . Berg, Rose Merry ...-..-..- ...., .f--. Berger, Stephen William 136, Berk, William Barry .......,.. ........ Berland, Lorraine Judy .. ....... ..... Berman, Robert Michael Bemey, Susan Louise ........- 'SHS' 232 482 151 262 482 482 234 482 230 483 311 430 254 210 483 210 483 210 240 483 384 270. 483 Bemstein, Ellen ........... .. ............... Bernstein, Stuart Allen .... Berry,'Dana Jo ...-.. .......... --......... Berry, Edwin Randall .,.- .... ..-... Berry, Richard Ralph ......-....-. Berry, Ronald Lee ...-.... ..... Bertram, Dianne Elaine .....,..... Berven, Orville Jeffrey ..,..301 421 Besancon, -Philip James ...-. 483 234 136 230 483 278 421 208 ........471 Best, Louise Loree ...... .,.........,. .....210 Best, Richard Llndell ................ 4 12 Best, Steven Riley ...,. ........ 264 338 Berchart, Margaret E. M. ..483 Betcone, Barbara Anne ..----...2l6 206 Bettencourt, Juliette H. ..... . Betts, Lauren Christine ..93 ..208 Bezer, Gregory Albert ...,. ,-..-...Z62 Biagiotti, George Peter ..... ...,..... 276 Biagiotti. Stephen M. ...---.......276 Bickel, Priscilla Ray .... ....... ........ .224 Bickforcl, Connie Rae .,.--c..- Biel, Andrea Rose ............., 383 Bielefeld, Mary E. .............. 398 Bllderbeck, John Noble .... 'iii' .-228 483 483 113. 483 And we, spectators always ll. 1.1 as .rf ,.. .1 1 Bilorusky, John Alan .... - -l07, 474. 119, 483 Binding, Cheryl Louis .........., -...232 Bingham, Edward Bruce ..........266 Binkley, David Hugh ........... .....3Ol Binney, Janice Ellen ........ Bitdsong, James Richard Bishop, Charles O., Jr. Bishop, Jane Leslie ..... . .... .. Bishop, Joyce Lynn .e-... Bishop, Scott George Blackburn, Polly Hunter Blair, James Robert ....... .....,...2l8 .......-...278 .c ..... -..264 ....2l8 .226 483 ..........264 ..........230 .........526 Blair, Steven Maurice ........... -...299 Blake, Judy Irene ..... ...... Blakey, Milton Keith .... Blanc, Margery Lorraine ....387 "'i'i'5' ..........226 483 ..88, 484 Blank, Barbara Lane ............. -...484 484 Blaugrund, Clifford E. .. ....270 Blaugrund, Lee Stuart ...c ...... -...27l Blea, Benjamin Samual Bledsoe, Marilyn Grace Bledsoe. Sandra Ann ...... .- ....... 319 ..........426 Bley, Gerry Allen ...- ........... 419 Blinn, John Ferguson ........ .-..-...208 422 Bliss, Allen Kenneth ...-.., ........ .484 Bliss, Robert Joseph, Jr. Blitt, Marcella Sharon .... ..........274 Blitt, Peter ........... -..,.., ....... 384 Block, Diane Ray ....... - ..... Blodgerr, Stephen D. ..,. . Bloom, Carol Faye .,..... ..........234 484 ..........228 .........258 c ....... 234 Bloom, Gary Louis ..... .... - ....... 2 70 Bloom, Gene Stuart .................... 264 224 Bloom, Jayma Elaine ..,. .136 Blouch, Cleve Russell ................ 272 Blouch, Stephen Corey ...,.. . ....... 272 Blount, Ann Gilbert .................. 228 Blount, Linda'Juanita ..., Blue, John Stanley .... -.- .........472 .........268 Blum, Arnold James - ................ 484 Blunt, Bradford Keith ............. -.299 Boatwright, Brandt W. .,...,... -.. Bocker, Ralyn Mode, Jr. .244 ..........31l Bodam. Carl David .................... 311 Bodley, Corliss Jeane ............. -...226 Bodwell, Nancy Eleanor ..........226 Boehmer, Pamela Jane ......... --.218, 431 484 Boerstler, Heidi ........................,... 230 Boesel, Robert William ............ 278 Boguslaw, Marc Randall ..l36 270 Boklund. Karin M. ........,. . .450 Bolas, Shlrl Ann ..... ....., ... ..... ..- Bomberger, Jane Griffin .230 Bonavida, Lorraine V. ........ .-... Bond, Frank Charles ..,,... .419 472 224 484 384 420 Bond. Wayne William .,.,... ....... 4 84 Bonesrell. Debbie Dean Boney, William Roger ............. .230 .254 Bonfiglio, Eugene A. ........ Bong, Steven Howard .... - Boone, Kathleen F. .......-... Booth, Kathleen Wills ...... Booton, Jeffrey Dean Borg, Alvin Andrew Bornzin, Gary Lee ..... ...... Bottles, Barron Eugene .... Bosch, Frank William 289, Boss, Karen Ellen ...- ..... ...- Bossart, Elaine Louise ...... Both, Rebecca Louise ...... Boughton, Heather .... 137, Boughton, Susan ............c.. Boundy, Richard Ray .... - Bourne, Janalee . ..... ....-..... Bowden, Kathleen Louise Bowdey, Daniel Park ...-., Bowie, Russell Craig ......- Bowman, Karen Ann ...... Bowman, Kay Lynn ....... -. Boxer, Judith Eve ............ Bown, Marilee ...e..- ...... Boxer, Judith Eve ...- ..... Boy, Linda Reeve ...... -.-.- Boyd, Beverly Lynn .--....e Boyd, Raymond Otto ..... .. Boyd, Virginia Lynn ........ Boyd, William Henry Bozeman, Carol Ruth ...... Brackett, Sharon Ruth .... Bradford, Fredrick Joe .... Bradley, Barbara Joyce ...- Bradley, Pamela Betty ...... Bradley, Stephen M. ......... . Bradshaw, Sally Lucille .. Brady, Sally Nell .............. Bragg. Douglas Earl ..,..... - Brakel, Christine L. ......... . Brame, Frank Ayers Ill Branan, Richard C. ......... - Brandenburg, Brent Lee - Brasel, Jerrie Rich ............. Bratton, Roger Le Roy ...- Braukman, Mark H. ......... . Braun, Sherril Lyn ............ Bray, Mary Katherine .... - Bray, Ronalee Ann ......,... Bray. Scott Kenneth Brechr, Corliss Ann ,......... Breckenridge. Jane S. .... - Bredehorn. Anne Gregory Bredesen, William P., Jr. Breeden. Carol Louise ..... Bremer. William Dean ..., Brendsel, Leland C. ........ . Brenkert, Dennis R. .......... . Brenton. Robert Eugene .. Brett. Bradford Arnold Breyley, Diana Scott ........ Broughton, Linda Lee ........... -.. Breymeier, Paula .......-..-..-. .... ..-485 Brickey, James Merrill ...- ......... 153, 421, 485 Brienza, Mary Ann ...- ............ -...97 Brink, Glen Arthur .- .... --.419, 485 Brinkerboff, Robert, Jr. ...-.---262 Bristow, Mary Kathleen .... 214, 485 Britt, Ann ...-......-.... ...... - ...... -..-...485 .485 Britt, Margaret Ann ...-.... .... --.. Britton, James Ashley .--......-.. Britton, Nita Jean .-- ............. -.. .268 .434 .226 Britton, Susan Lee .283 Brobst, Karen Ann ....... ... ...... -... Brockman, Elizabeth Ann .434 .471 Brockway, Richard J. ..... ..... ..... Brolin, Susan ...-..-..-..-.... ..... Bronson, Edward Jerome .210 ........-266 .270 Bronstein, Michael N. ...- ....... Brooking, Patricia M. ...- ..... ..-. Brookover, Martha L. ...----.. Brooks, Carol Sue .......-..-..-..-.. Brooks, Ellen Hamilton ........... Brooks, John Alford ............ 280 Brooks, John Riley ......,.., .. ...., Brooks, Sidney Buka .......... 13 Brotzman, Ronald James Broughton, Rodney Alan Broun, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown , Brown , Brown, B rown , B rown , Brown , Brown , Brown, Brown, .386 .226 .485 .485 485 .485 485 .240 .384 .- ..... -266 .254 Richard Hicks Alison Baldwin -.-..-.-214 .226 Ann Elizabeth ............... Beverly Jean ..136, Clarissa Bingham Barbara Ann ............. -- 228, Charles Thomas ..... --.. Charles W., Jr. .... 136 2 3 ...-.. l .224 232 .278 262 Dietra ....-.........-.... ..... ..... .384 Hollis Woodrow .. ........ 266, 297, 485 Jon Thomas ...- ...... -..-.. .526 .485 Kent Charles ............. .... .485 Linda Dorrise ............... Mary Findley ........... .... Monica Lee -.....-..436 Nancy Lee ...-. ....... ....-.-218 Robert Allan .....-..c.-- Stewart Morrison -...-.. Suzanne Jeanne ...-..-.. Zoe Lee ......-...- ..... ....-.. Browne, Jacob Leslie -.- ........ -.. Brown, Bruce, James Ronnie .. .......... ... Cooks, Wilmer .... 257, 289, Browning, Gerald Lee .-... Brubaker, Margaret Rae .. 419, .485 485 .274 .485 .213 .218 .262 485 .206 Bruce, Penny Jeanne .........- Bruegel, Robert Brown ......... -..243 Brumbelow, Nancy E. ..... . Brundige, William Glenn .471 ...226 124 .299 .388 Bruner, David Charles ............. Brunkhardt, Donald Dean ....... Bnmkhorst, Bruce H. .,... ...,. .-.. Brunkhorst, Elsie Kay -...... ...... .264 .485 .434 Brunn, Thomas Rygg ............. -...266 Brush. David Whitney - ..... -.-..244 Bryan, Roy Douglas .....,. -..- ....... 485 Bryant, Barry LeRoy ....... - ......... 526 Buan, Mateo Bonaobra .... - ........ 409 Buchalter, Hilda ...-..-. ,... ........... . 210 Buchanan, Raymond M. .......... 278 Bucholz, William Ronald -.-.486 Buck, Donald Stephen Jr. 281, 387 Buckingham, Kenia Scott ...-.208 Buckley, Janice ..-..--.-.-...283 486 Buckley, Lee ....... - .................... -...136 Bucknum, Barrie ...- ............. 230, 486 Buell, Dean O'Brien ................... Buffington, Collier H. .... -...--.. Bu e Finn or en .244 .244 gg , ' J g ...-.......-....-..486 Bugge, Yngvar Bemhard -.--.-486 .486 Bullock, Kenneth R. ......... ....... . Bumsted, Keith L. .............,... -...486 Bunegar, Frederick J. . .,............. -278 Buoy, Dixie Lee ...- .... - ................. 226 .278 Burdick. Roger Stephan Burianek, Lynn Adria .... ....... - .-136 Burigana, Alessandra I ...- ..... Burkett, Deidra Worth .... 228. Burkhart, Nancy Ann ....... ---.. .214 486 .213 Burleson. Bonnie Elaine ............ 228 Burley, Joan Ellen ....... . .............. -230 Bumett, Larry Dee ..,.... -...136 268 Bumett, Vickie Lea .................... 434 Bums, Carol Ann ..... .... -- .......... ,232 Burns, Cynthia Sue ....... .. ...... -...228 Bums, Marilyn Patricia Bums, Bums, Burds, Maurice E., Jr. ..... . Sandra Darrow ........... -.. Gay Joanne ..................... Burr, Robert Elliott ............ 280 Burritt, Judy Ann ....... - ...... - ...... .232 486 .486 .486 486 .486 Bursk, Pavonne Garyn ...... - .... -136 ' ' 230 486 Bums, Kathie .....,. -.... .... Burton, Philip Byme ................. Busch, Teresa Lynn ........... - ...... .299 .228 Butler, Richard Hess .................. 268 Butler. Stephen Howe ......... . ...... 244 Butterfield. Suzanne K. ...... 91 383 Butterlv, Robert C. .................... 264 Butz, Sandra Lucille ............. -...486 Byers, Kirk McCrea .................... 486 Bynum, Michael Henry ............ 297 Bymes, Thomas James .............. 262 Cadle, Steven Howard .............. 487 Cadwell, Cathleen L. ........... -...214 Cain, Byron Dean ........ ..... - ...282 Cain, Candace Patricia ............ 230 Cian, Robert Joseph ...- .......... -.-404 Cain, Roger Lee Caims, Richard Henry .........-...242 Calder, Alexander III ....... - ....... 487 32 Caldwell, Bruce Freeman Caldwell, Thomas Wesley Calhoun, Fredric Gregg ............ 258 Call, Noel Stuart ...-..-.....-.......421 Callahan, Thomas Joseph Calliste r, Susan P. .......... -..2 ...-...487 26, 487 Calnan, Jack Augustine .... .... .. Cammatata, Pamela Jean 420, ...--.216 Camp, Ann Janette .......... 218,487 Campbell, Alexander B. ....- ..... .487 Campbell, Brian ....... -.. ....... 268, 487 Campbell, Martha Ann ...-...404 Campbell, Patrick E. ...- ..... -.-...487 Campbell, Robert Soper ....... -...268 Carnpeau, Sheila ....... -..-...136 232 Campen, Jane Ellen ...-..- .......... .434 Canges, Stephen Lewis .............. 487 Canny, John George .-....... ..... -.526 Cardennis, Paul C. Il .-L... ....... 280 Carducci, David Charles .......... 254 Carey, Alice Ross ..---..-....-..-.228 Ca rfagno, Jane Frances 53 Carleton, Peter Herrick - .......... 254 Carley, Robert Lane .................... 274 Catlin, Victor Redmond .......... 254 Clift, Leslie Marie ...... ...........-...228 Clikeman, John Max ..-...-..- .... 274 Clina rd, Robert Edwin ...........--277 Cline, Linda Irene ............. - ....... 220 Cline, Patricia E. ...-..- ...... ....-...208 Clingan, Bob Jo -..-.-..-. ..... -..-...268 Clinger, Cynthia -.-..- ........ - ....... 382 Cloninger, Che rryl D. ...-..-.......47l Clopton, John Charles .... - .......... 488 Close, Valerie Suzanne ...-...---228 Clutter, Barbara Lynne - ....... -...206 Clymer, Lou Ann ...- ........... 225 488 Clymer, Mary Jill ...- ................... 228 Clymer, Steven Douglas - ..... -...404 Cobin, Lyn Marie .............. 208 488 Coburn, Dick Edward ...... 106 Coe, Twila Smith ...- ......... 230 Carlisle, Susan M. .... -...- .......... .487 Carlson, Charles Hunt ................ 268 Carlson, James Robert ....... - .... 487 Carlson, Marcia Jeanne ...-.......224 Carlson, Nancy Gaye ...-...226 384 Carlson, Walter Milton ............ 264 Carlton, Patricia Sue ....... - ......... 436 Carlton, Willard G. .................. 388 Carrnean, Lance Rice ....... - ....... 525 Carmichael, Robert John .......... 299 Cames, Bruce Glaydon ...- ..... -278 Cames, Dennis Norman ...-...-..254 Carnes, Janis Gerayn ...-..- ........ .218 Carpenter, Linda Kay ...-..- ...... .218 Carpenter, Steven Alan ............254 Carr, John Thomas ...-..-..- ...... .487 Carrick, Carolyn Anne Carson, Carter, ...- ....... 487 Carrick, Fred Kensey - .............. 297 Kermit David - ..... --.240 Carter, David Charles Paul Alvin -... ............ -.. Carter, Stephen Leslie .... -.---.-487 Carville, Louise Farber ............. Casewit, Charlotte J. ...... 243 488 226 Coffee, Sandra Lee ...- .............. Coffer, George Wallace ............ 387 Coffer, John Gordon ...... ,...... ..... 408 Coffin, Lynne ...-..-..-..-...--...220 Cohen, Ann Sharon .... --. ......... 488 Cohen, Debra Lea ...... ....... .488 Cohen, Ellen Sherry ...... ........ 1 O5 Cohen, Margo Karen ................ 210 Cohen, Marilyn Alise ................ 210 Cohen, Peggy ...-..- .................. -...234 Cohn, Lynn Rae ........... -.-133.134, 210, 412 Cohn, Randy Paula - ..... - ........... 214 Cohn, Theodore Joel ...-...271,4l2 Coile, James Thomas ...... 258, 419, 420, 488 Coke, John Morgan - ..... - ........... 275 Coke, Rogers 111 .......... ............ 4 88 Coker, Pamela Anne ............. -...216 422 Cole, Garry Robert ....... -...419, Cole, Stanley Warren ................ 274 Coleman, Andrea Beth ............ 234 Coleman, Dian Judith .............. 383 Coleman, Emmet LeRoy .......... 525 Coleman, Michael C. ................ 311 Coley, John Milton ........... - ....... 264 Colley, Howard Robert ............526 Colligan, Walter R. -.-. .............. 398 Collins, Mary Kathleen -.- ....... 226 Collins, Susan Margaret ............ 335 2 Collins, William Elgert .... 2 Cash, Aeneas James ........ -..- .... . Cash, Nancy Katharine -.---.. Cassidy, James John ........... --.-127 Castleman, Curtis H., . Collum, James Carl ...- .......... -...153 Collup, Carol Ann . ........... 432, 488 Combs, Linda Susan .... - ..... ....... 3 81 Combs, Roberta E. ...- ................ .436 Comsto Jr 419, Cathcart, Janet Lee ...-...-.-..-.. Cattcrmole, Paul S. ............... -.. Canfield, Dean Kirk ................. Cavnar, Phyllis G ...................... Cearley, Terry Dale . ......-...136, Cederquist, Eldora D. .......-..-.. Cella, Patricia J. ................. .-.-.. Cendali, Richard Eugene - ....... Chalfan, David Earl Chalif, David Earl ....... -..- .... -.. Chana, Richard Allen .............. 299 Chandler, Catherine B. ......... . 103, Chandler, Dale Byron ....... -..-.. Chaney, James Jay ...- ...... Charles, Vida Kay ...---... 262, .....--.426 ck, William P 111 .......... 488 274 Conatser, Edwin Warren .......... Concagh, Kevin Joseph ............ 268 Condit, Carol Lee ........ .. ............ 218 Conkling, Michael Lain ............ 388 Conn, Michael Langdon .......... 488 Connell, Rodney Alan .............. 471 Connor, Susan Cosgrove ........488 299 Conrad, Frank Leslie ...-.- ....... Constans, Stephen Scott -.- ..... 422 Contreras, Judy Rae -...-..- ...... 434 427 488 Conzett, Linda Gene 114, Cook, Eric Wilbur ....... . .............. 299 Cooke, Hope Trudy ....... -.- ....... 216 230 488 Cook, Joan ........... - .... ......--. Cook, Kathleen Ray ...-..- .......... .234 Cook, Stephanie Zell .-.-.-.-.-.-483 296 297 Charlson, Kirk Murray .... 278, 297 Chase, Thomas Milton ........ -...262 Cheever, Richard W. ...-..-..-...487 Chenault, Georgie Marsh ...-...487 Chenek, Lauren Gay ............ ,...487 Chenoweth, James Harold ........ 487 Chessmar, Carole Ann ...-.---220 Chew, Charles Kirkland ....-.-.276 Chiddisrer. Bruce ...-.--.---..-...419 Chidley, Beth ...-..-..- ...... - ...... -...226 Childress, Douglas Paul ............ 254 Chilvers, Robert M. .................... 419 487 Ching, Vernon W. C. ...... 4 09, Chmielinski, Nancy Beth ........ -208 Chod, Robert Alan .-...-...-...--271 Choitz, James A. ...- .......... -..-...264 Christensen, Dennis S. ....... -..-.-287 87 Christensen, Martha L. 218, Christensen, Mary M. ...-. ......... .450 Christian, Thomas W. ...-..--...280 Christiansen, Henry D. ...- ......... 278 Christiansen, Paula Ann .... 213, 487 Christopher, Charles H. ............ 278 Christopher, Amy L. ............. -...218 Churchill, Barbara Mary .......... 487 Clanahan, Denis Barkley .......... 262, Coone, Cooper, Cooper Barbara Jean 206, 431, 489 Charles Gaylord .- ....... 244 Edward Pillow ............ 264 Cooper, Elisabeth ........................ 220 Cooper, Marianne S. ........ .--...232 Cooper, Paralee -.-.--.- ...... - ....... 224 Cope, Joseph Adams ....- ........ -...489 Copeland, Donna De Vol -.--.404 Coppom, John Lester ....... - ....... 338 Corbett, Cordova, Benjamin, Jr. ...- ...... .489 Cordova, Helen M. Moore Cormack, Richard H. ........ 419 Rhoda Ellen ................ 489 ...489 489 Cornelius, Janean J. ....... -...- ..... .220 Cornell, Roger Dale .... -.---.--.320 Correll, Carolyn F. ..- ........ 213.489 Correy, Robert Mann ................ 419 Corson, Peter Dexter ...-.-...-....388 Corsom, Thomas Earl ........ 262 297 Cortese, Robert Michael -..297, 298 Corum, Claudia Whitney ...-...489 Costello, David T. ...- ......... 4 29 489 Costlow, Judith Anne ....... - ....... 137 Cotton, Cynthia E. ..-,..- ...... --220 Courtice, Richard James .-...--215 1 Courtner, Sandra ...- ................ Courtney, Judith ..................... -...218 Cover, Donald Dean . ................ ...388 Clancy, Kathleen Marie .... 137, Clark, Barbara Jane ................... Clark. Curtis Carl ......... Clark, Janice Eileen .... -.....-..-.. Clark, Karen -.-.- ......................... 226 Clark, Lynne Rebecca ........ 136, 220 Clark, Margaret Judith .... ...-.. Clark, Mark William 244, 280 Clark, Robert William .. .... ........ . Clark, Sheryl Marie ................... Clark, Stanley H., Jr. .............. . Clark, Stephen Carter ...- ....... Clarke, Christine Kaye .......... -. Clarke, Mark Alan ....... ....,... Clarke, Susan Halsey ...- ......... Clasen, Daniel Joseph ....... - .... .. Classen, Eleanore E. ................ . Clausen, Julie Ann ............ 218 Clayton, Suzanne , .......... -.-229, Cleaver, Ronald Howard .... -... Cleaver, Sally Lynn ...- ,.......... Clement, Cheryl Arlene Cleveland. Dennis Roy .......... T. Clifford, Betty Jean ................... Cowan, Charles Raymond ....-408 Cowan, Nancy Jean ........ - .......... 105 Cowan, Phyllis Janet ...... -.- ....... 384 Cowen, Lawrence D., Jr. ....... ...412 Cowing, Diane Elaine .,..... Cox, Barbara Jean .- ........... 136, Cox. Frank Stuart ...- ............ -...240 230 Coykendall, Carol G. ............... . Coyte, Joseph Ralph .................... 388 Cozart, Robert Charles .............. 388 Craft, Charles Robert ................ 272 Craig. James Robert ....... - ...... --.389 20 Craigle, Carol Anne ...- ..... 133, Crain, Helen Sherry ......... - .... -...228 Crall, Linda Lee .... -.- ................. 226 Crall, Steven Patrick ............ L.-264 Cramer, Janet Mary . ................... Cramoy, David Sidney ...... 338 Crandall, Jeanine ................ .. ...... 232 Crandell. Margaret Ann ............ 232 Crane, Catherine Sue ...-. ......... .213 Crane, John Rutherford ............ 4 89 Craven, Ellyn Kathleen .- ......... 224 Craven, Linda Carol ...-........-...404 Craven, Marsha Ann .-...-..--...220 Ctavens, Sheridan Jo ..- .... 136 Crawford, Aileen E. -.-.-.220 Crawford, Kent Grigsby - .... -..262 Crawford, Mary Isabel ......... -.-213 Crawford, Susan Kay --..-.-.-5232 Creech, Christopher P. -.. 228 489 Creed, Sara Lynn ...- .............. -.-382 Creed, Susan Edythe .................... 136 Creeger, Elizabeth D. I1 ...- ....... 220 Crews. David Walter .... -.---.-419 Cribari, Lotene Ann ...- ........ -...213 Crist, Charles Edson .................. 489 Criswell, Janey Lou ............. ?5 2 O Cronlund, Mary E. .... 138, 208 86, 489 489 Crooke, Margaret K. ...- ........ -...213 Crooks, Janet Lynn ................ ..-.230 Crosby, Elizabeth Ann .... --...-.450 Crosier, William Lee 145 2 . 74. Crosslin, Wayne Ernest ...... .-- Crowder, Byrd Epes ............... -...489 Crowder, Elizabeth Bell .... 92 225 Crown, Patricia Ann ....... - Cruchley, Ann Lorraine .. Crusius, Nancy Barbara .J 489 '42 ....-...216 232 489 .-.--.216 Csikos, William John ................ 297 Cubbison, Lloyd Aaron ....... -...489 Culbertson, Richard C. .,...,.. ....421 Cumming, James Douglas ........244 Cummins, Kay ...- ...... - ...... ....... - -426 Cummins Pamela Louise 218 489 . Cunningham, Joan E. ............ . -.406 Curb, Jess David .- ........ - ...... - ..... 489 Curry, Cheryl ....-. ......,.. - ,.,,..,.,.. 206 Curry, David Jerome, Jr. ......-...264 Curtis, Richard Wayne .........,.. 262 Cutler, Alice Claire .................... 436 Czubaty, Mary Ann E. .... . D. Otazio, Virginia 1. ...... 381 Dabbagh, Abdullah Tahe ...- .... 489 404 r ...... 490 Dahl. Harry Julius ...- ......... 136, Dahl, William Harold ...- ....,. .., 272 244 490 224 299 Dahlin, Daniel Fredrick .... 388, Dahme, Cynthia Ann ....... -..-... Dal Porto, Steven H. ........ 278 Dnlk, Linda Lee .................. 214 450 Davidson, Leslie Marc .-... 282, 490 Davidson, Roger Vilas .- ---- ..... 2 78 Davidson, Susan Lynn ......- ....... 235 Davies, Mary Jane .......--.-.....-216 Davies, Sherry Lee -..- .--.----------- 333 Davis, Amy Jeremy -..14l, 387. 490 Davis, Bonnie Jean ....... .- ...-... --.216 Davis, Carla Jean .... --aa - , -------- 230 Davis, Charles Henry ...-.-...-...257 Davis, Donald Cecil -.-..-..-...266 Davis, Gwendolyn Lynois -..-1355 Davis, Janet Louise -.--.. ....-- -230 Davis, Jeanne Louise .-. ........ -434 Davis, Mary Margaret ......... 490 Davis, Marvlee ....-.-------.--- - ----.4----- 490 Davis, Michael John .................. 274 Davis, Nancy Hodges ...- ...-.-.-. -233 Davis, Davis, Davis, Roberta Ann -..-..- Philip L., J.. Richard M., Jr. .... .-. .... . .----234 .266 Davison, Thomas F. -.-..- Dawson, Christina Dawson, Denise Marie .--- ...---- 490 Dawson, Hanes Moore, Jr. ...... 388 Day, Kathleen Ada ...M-.-. ..... .220 Dalke, John Larry ........ - ............ 4 ll Dalrymple, Carl Wayne ...-..-...242 420 Damianovich, Robert P. .... ,490 Damkar, Karol Ann .-.- ............ -208 Damon, James Robert ..,,..,,... N., 490 Danforth. Johnene P. ,..,.,...,...... 490 ' 226 Daniels, Barbara C. .........,.,... -... 414 Daniels, Dana Adele ..230, 453 542 Daniels, Douglas ..........,..,. ,... Danish, Paul Daniel ..................., 148 490 320 Danko, Betty Virginia .......,.,,..,.. ' 272 Danko. Terfv Kim .............. Danna, ivrginia Lynn , ,,,.,,,,,, ,W Darling, Anne Bemice ......,.,,. -.., Davenport, Vicki Lee ,,,,,,,.,,.,,,., Davidson, John Arthur . ........ ..... 213 220 218 490 .232 Day, Marion Eve .--......-......-.214 De Bella, Nancy Louanna ........ 490 De Buse, Richard Louis ...-..-.-258 De Caprio, Diane ..-..l36, 224, 453 De Garmo, Donald Earl .......... 490 De Giacomo, Wallace, Jr. ........ 490 De La Torre, Leano Jose .. ...... 406 De Costa, William ............. L.-...266 De Land, Gerald William ...... 268 De Loach, Jane Frances ............ 383 De Long, Paul Bruce - ........ -.-...268 De Rock, Leo Michael .-.-..--.319 De Son, Spiro James, Jr. -...--.299 De 1Vitt, Judith Anne .... 383 490 Deahl, John Godfrey ...... -.-...-..490 Dean, Cynthia N. - ..... --. ....... -.213 Dean, Diane Leigh ......... - ........... 380 De Buse, Robert James -.. ....... -.258 Dean, Emilie Evans .......... 386 490 Deck, Barbara Louise ...-..- ...... .434 Decker, Bruce M. ..-.....-- ........ ...490 Decker, Dennis Wade ....... - ....... 428 Deere, Carmen Diana ..-112, 197, 225, 490 Defke, James Lawrence ...-..-...276 Defibaugh, Donna Mae .- ....... 434 Deiterneyer, Cheryl Ann -144 234 Deitemeyer, Kaye .... -. .... - ...... -...232 Dellu, L. ....... -..-. ...... -..-...-..- ..,.. -208 Demong. Carol Jean ...- ............. 382 Dent, Ruth Ann ..... .... - ...-.-..-...218 Demmon. William John R. .... 276 Denyes. Diane ................... - ........... 220 Derkash, Robert Stephen -.. ...... 137 Desmond, Donald Paul ....... -.-242 Devine, Alice Dianne -.-.-.M-434 Dewell. Diana ..-..... .... - ....... 232, 450 Di Giallonardo. Felix A. -...-.-490 Dick, Elinor Elizabeth ..... ..- ....... 490 Dick, Kristen Ann ......... ......... 2 26 I , ' r i Organizations Photographer Tom Roshkind: Orgon- izorions, Greeks, University Life, Seniors, Gymnas- tics, Boskerboll, Publications, Siuolenr Government. Dick, Robert Craig ......... 2 ...... -...3ll ' ' 490 Diel, Bonnie Lee ................ 436, Dieter, William Leroy ...i... 2 .... .2387 Diggs, John Walter ...2..2 .......... .241 Dike, Edward Conrad .........., Dill, Harold Alan ...2 ......... 251, Dillard, David S., Jr. ..2...2..2...472 Dilts, Fred William III ,... 274, 490 Dimit, Jane Ann ........r......, 142, 228 Dinges, Madeleine Ann 2138, 220 Dinwiddie, Jean Brown .rr....,.... 490 Dire, Juli Ann .............................. 490 Ditisheim, Victoria L. .........,...... 208 Ditrmar, Dale Roy ...................... 319 Divelbiss, Elizabeth M. .......,. 2...2l4 Dix, Jay Dee ...,......,....... ,,,......., ..... 2 4 4 Dixon, Kenneth Elton .,.........,.. Dixon, Mary Lucille ..............,. ..153 ..220 M490 Djokic, Svetomir .............. 2 ........ Dobis, Frank John, Jr. ........... . Dobkowski, Joseph John ........ Dodd, Sandra Haskell .............. Doe, Kathleen Diana .......... 2.2.232 Doering, Stephen M. ......... 2..2. Dolph, Douglas Kent .,...... 2.2.2264 Dolph, Lenore Margaret ...2..2...214 Dominquez, Annabell M. ..49O ..409 ..490 ..472 2 ....,. 408 Domont, Ronald G. ....,............... 491 Donaldson, Jeffrey W. ...2 ..... 2 301 Donalson, Richard Ray ...r..r. 2 Donegan. Catherine M Donelson, Rowena Marie ......., 491 Donley, Larry Dean ..,,.,...., 2 .,..,., 297 Donnaud, Ann Harvey .,... 222 Donohue, Patricia Anne ......... Doolittle, Nancy Carter Doolittle, Susan Yvonne ....... Dorius, Michael Emmett .,..... Dorn, Clayton Forster .,.... 230, Dorjahn, Sheryl Eileen .... 226, Dorrier, Claire Pitts ................. 78 2.2230 ...224 2.208 ..218 ...218 ...491 398 450 2404 Dorsey, William A. III ...2 ....... 280 Dorward, Sharron Dianne ...2.297, 232 Dory, Mary Ellen .. ..,................... 381 Douglass, Steven J. ....... 2. ,... 2.. Dovey, Virginia C. ......, 2...93, ..491 228 Dow, Robert Bruce ....................,. 280 Dowding, Charles H. III ...... 419, 422, 491 Dowlearn, Ronald Steven ..... ..297 Downing. KiDD Robert ........,... Downey, Bradley James 22 .... -. Doyle, Michael Danniel ..... 2... 2262 278 2244 2319 414 Drahn, Richard David .......... 2 Drake, Diane Margaret .... 230 Draper, Nancy ............................ ..232 2218 Drath, Constance Maria .......... Dratter, Priscilla Lynn ..........,. Dreiseszun, Helene Sue ,.,.,....,.. Drew, Linda Jean ...2 ........... 2... Drewry, Marian Fay ...2 ...... .36 Drewfy, Mary Margaret ....... 2.2230 1 0436 ..2lO ...226 230 ..387 Driver, John Joseph ......,....,....,. ..214 Driver, Karen Kay ....... 2 ........... Drummond, Dennis M. ......... . Drummond, Donald Gale ...... Duba, Linda Lou ...2..2 ...,.. 22.2 ..297 ..526 ..434 ..49I Duchek, Donna Lee .......... 2 ...... Dudley, Janice Arlene ..... 2..- Duell, Holland Bosson ...... 144, Dugan, Margaret Ann ..... 2 ....... Dugan, Thomas Amber ...... 2 .... ,.218 274 ..214 2491 ..206 Duggan, Anne June .................. Duitch, Robert Mitchell .......... Duman, Cheri Lynn ....,..,.......... Duncan, Thomas Michael ..282 2210 ..297 2404 Dunham, James Allen ....... 2.... Duniphan, Gary Wayne ........ 2 Elliott, Robert M. ...... . Dunkin, John Ezra, Jr. ..278 ............491 Dunn, Alan Gary .....,..... 222 ,.,..., 526 Dunn, Robert Steven .................. 258 Dunn, Stephen Michael 2146, 268 Dunne, Kathleen Jane .............. 208 Duprat. Arthur Carlos .............. 491 Durbin, Harvey Paul .... .............. 4 71 Dutton Holly Dee .......,............,. 230 Dvotakl Richard Glenn Dwyer, -2 ....... 299 Margaret Ann ....,... 2 .... ..420 Dye, Peter Lee ................. 2..2.....2280 491 Dyer, Gwendolyn .......... ....230, Dyer, Homer Herbert 2.2 ,.....,.... 491 Dyer, Kathleen C. ...................... 220 Dykes, Imelda .............. .... 2 ..... 3 80 Earhart, Susan Marie ,.... 22 ......, 434 Earl, Claudette Afton ......1 2..2...2O8 Easley, Jack Thomas ll .... 245, 491 East, Nancy Elizabeth ................ 218 Easterling, Harriet ...,....,.........,...,. 230 Easton, Adria Elaine ................ ..216 Eaton, Joan Carol .............., 2, ,,,,,, 210 Eaton, Mary Ann ...2 ...,............... 224 Eberle, William Richard .......... 491 Eckels, Mary Elizabeth ..... 2 ..... 230 Eckhardt, Bruce K, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 329 Edell. 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Ennis, Martha Lee ...2 Ensign, Nancy Lynn ....... Epstein, Victoria A. ......... 2.. .235 .235 .408 .297 .224 492 .218 .262 .228 .382 .220 .210 Erb, Lee Alan ........... 2 ...... 2. .......... 492 Erbes, Walter R. ....... 2..2 ............. 282 Erdman, Keith Wilson .... 276, 278 Erfert, Ivan William ....... 2 ......... 311 Erickson, James Richard .......... 526 Erickson, James Richard .......... 526 Erickson, John Knute ................ 492 Erickson, Karen Anne ............ 22226, 138, 492 Ernst, Franklin H. III ................ 258 '222f Ervin, Nathan Paul ........... 2, ..... .492 Eske, Sandra ........... 2 ...... Essaias, Kassech ............. ...........208 ...........492 Essman, John Phillip .................. 241 Estey, Carol Ann ......... ...........226 220 Erchison, Linda Rae ............. 2... Ethridge, Lawren Esther .......... 384 Ettelbrick, Mary J. ...................... 492 Etter, Linda Modelle ................ 119, 492 Eubanks, Michael Jeans . Eurich, Evans, ...........254 Harold Henry ........ ..,..... 4 20 Dennis XVayne .............. 492 Evans, Douglas Robert ......... 2.2387 Evans, Edward Stephen ............ 274 Evans, John Mills .... 149, 492 Evans, Juliana O. Bright ........ 143 Evans, Lawrence Daniel .......... 319 Evans, Margaret Ann ................ 492 Evans, Ronald Michael ............ 245 Everett, William Robert . ......,i. 266 Everhart. Jn Ann .2 .................. ...226 Everitt, Pamela Ann .................. 492 Ewegen, Robert Dean ................ 148 Ewing, Robert L., Jr. ................ 471 Faber, Barbara Lou ......... Fahey, Barbara Ann ........ 2213 Fahlberg,.Keith Francis .428, 429 Failyer, Cary Stephen ................ 245 Fairbtand, William R. Farhart, Maryann ....... 2 .,..... 95, Farmer, Russell Edwin .............. 420 Farnsworth, Karen Mona Lynn Robert ....... Farsje, Mary Susan ........... 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Fishman, Paul .... . ............. 493 .218 .319 .493 .526 Fitzpatrick, Beatrice .................... 226 Fitzpatrick, Cathy Lin .............. 232 Fitzpatrick, Helen Ann 493 Fitzpatrick, Nancy Kay ............ 226 Fitzsimons, Gayle Edwin . ......... 240 Fluderman, Patricia E. ..... 2 ....... 211 Flanagan, Thomas Earl .258 .218 Flanders, Lynette ......................... Flanders, Niles Delton ............ . Flater, Ann Charlotte ...... 216, Flax, Barbara Lynn ........... 2..2.. Flax, Michael Greg ............... 2.. Fleck, Carol Dyan ........ Flitner, Katherine E. Flock, John William ..... 2 .......... Flood, Allan Everett ......... 2 ...... Flowers, William H., Jr. Floyd, Carla Jane . .............. 2 ..... . Flulcen, James John ...... Flygare, Robert Hans .. Foltz, Gary Stephen ................... Forbes, immy M., Jr. .. Ford, Cynthia Lynn ....... 2 .......... Ford, Shirley Jean .......... Forrest, Jennifer Nan ............... Fossum, Jeffrey Evan ........ 388, Fossum, Pamela Beatrice ......... Foster, Carol Anne ........... 2. ..... .208 Foster, Catherine Reed ..... 2 ...... Foster, Donna Louise . ....... 214, Foster, Janet Kay ..............., 228, Fowkes, William Martin 7 Fowler, Rodney Lee ...2 ............... 493 .387 493 .235 .493 .218 .218 .218 .248 .493 .206 .420 .245 .248 .493 .230 .493 .228 493 .216 .218 493 414 2 9 Fox, Barbara Coe ....... 2 ............... 208 Fralcer, Ross McKee ....... 2 ..... 2..419 Frame, J. ....... 2 ........ . ..... 2. 2211 533 Francis, John Anderson .. Francis, John David .....,.... Franckey, Joseph M. .... .... .493 .254 .420 Frank, Arthur Jesse ...L....- ..... N388 Frank, Nancy Lee -...-...- ............ 211 Franklin, Barbara Ann ..... ......... 211 Franklin, Benjamin B. - .... 115, 279 Franklin, Gerald R. .... ...- .... -...493 Franklin, Richard C., Jr. .....,.. 493 Franks, John Milan ...- .... Frauenfelder, Lewis S. 245, 495 Frascona, Oliver Ezard .............. 258 421 426 Frause Dee Ann -.-..-..- .... ..... . . . Frause, Dee Anne -. ......... .. ..........426 Frayle, Ellen Ann -.-..-....-..-...436 Frazee, Nancy Louise ........... -.. Frazier, Lawrence K. ........,...... -.264 Frazier, Richard Alan ...... - ........ 495 Frederick, Ellen C. ......... . .224 .- ....... 230 Frederick, Michael John .......... 495 Freehling, Leslie Diane .... .....-...383 Freeman, David William .....-...3B7 Freeman, Roxanne .......-... French, Susan G. Moline Frenkel, George ............... .. Fried, Leslie Lynn ,... ...-..... .- ...... 232 ........495 .-.......282 ..........386 Friedman, Helene Joyce ...- ....... 215 Friedman, Janis Lynn ................ 235 Friedman, Reva Sylvia .........s...235 Frink, Patrick Edward .... Frisselle, Bradford P. .... -.. Fritschle, Stephen Kent .. Fritz, Frederick C. Frizen, Deborah Jean ...... Frizzell, Paula Anne ....... ... Frost, Albert Abel III .... 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Jo Ann ......-. 137, 136 Ghertner, Douglas Neil -..137 Gibsen, S. ........,.. ..,... ........ .. Gibson, George H., Jr. 419, Gibson, Kathryn Joan ..... - ......... Gibson, Mary Lee ...- .............. Giebinlc. James Conrad .. 2 495 495 495 213 235 .-..-...235 386 270 235 495 412 495 .....a...258 Gift, Jill Suzanne .,....-...- ........ ...206 Gilbanks, Jo Ann .......-.- ....... -..22O Gilbert, Jane Carson ......... -...-..2l6 Gilbert, Leslie Ann ...... ..... - .. Gill, James Dubler ....... .. ...... -..495 Gilland, Barbara Jean ............... Gillette, Melody Ann Gille ames Fountain .228 .206 .404 . .l ----------- Gilmbre, Judy Kathleen .. Gilstrap, David Victor 387' .2 74 .495 495 .232 Ginn, Denise Rae ...-..-......--. Givens, Susan Marie ............ -.-133 .383 .235 Glaser, Betsy Lynn ...-. Glaser, Jill ....... -..- ....... ........ . Glaser, Marilyn ...... ....... .. 534 .495 Glassman, Frederick T. Glassman. Susan Lynn .............. 235 Gleason, George Stephen . ........ .266 Gleyre, Michele Erna .-- ........... 213 Glidden, Gail Ann .................... 213 Glidden, William M. ................ 242 Gluck, Frederick George Glueck, Rachel Jean .................. 211 Goddard, Barbara Jean Goddard, Karel Kay .... ............,. 2 30 Goeller, Robert John .....,... - ....... 495 Goff, Ellen Marie ........ ............ Golan, Marianne ................. - ....... Golas, Constance Diane ....... -.. Gold, Ronnie Beth ........... ....-... Goldberg, Abraham Harry Goldberg, David Michael Goldberg, Mark Lloyd .............. Goldfine, Linda Bayle .............. Goldman, Richard S. ...,........... . Goldsberry, Bill Ray .................. Goldstein, Peter Alan .....,........ Goldrhwait, Joan ..................... -... Gonzalez, Rosario ........... -...........406 Good, Candace Lou ....... ...-,,...224 495 Good, Donald Vern ....., W ............ Goodheim, Brian Lee ...-..-.-...279 Goodhue, Jill Putnam .... 383, 495 Goodman, Daniel Seth ...-.....2g2 4 Goodman , John Paul ..... -..-..-... Goodnight, Gary Warren ....-..387 Goodrich, Herbert Allen .-..,...240 Goodwin, Christine L. ..... ..-.-3S2 Gordh, Martina E. ............. -.- .... 434 Go rdon, Ronald Charles -...-282 Gore, Martha Jo c....... ..... a....... .216 Gorman, Darrell Eugene ..... .....495 Gorman, James Lawrence ........ 248 Gormley, Xifilliam Thomas .... Gorton, XValter Daniel .....--... 419, 421 474 Gottlieb, Robert D. ......-..-..-...27l Goubaud Monica Frances , -.,.495 Gouger, Garry Lawrence ....--.282 Goutiere, Rani D. ........ ........ -...232 Gordon, Judith Loene .... - ..... --.434 Graber, Jo Beth ...... -.-..-..384, 493 Photo by Sfofr. 'ii 'T I '1 H is 'E-r. l- 'I 35.9 4 . gl .5 ' 1 '-'5' -r 3,3 pq.. 5-'j Y' .+:.. 225, Hess, Terri Lizabeth ...-,...........230 Grable, Barbara Jean .... -..136, Grabow, Georgia Kay .. .... 436, 224 Grabow, Alma Diana ....... -..-.-384 495 .384 Gtabow, Jerre Jeanne ............ Griesse Grieve, G riiin cranial r, David Espy .,.. ... .......... Barbara Bee ..- ..,... 138, Nancy ..............,.. .. ...... -... Patricia Ann .... - ...,,.. -... Gmce, Larry Rollund ...-.-..-...495 Griffin, Priscilla E. ...- ..... Grady, Katherine M. ....... - ...v ...224 Griffin Robert D. ,....,... .,.. . 314, Graff, Randolph Wayne ..... -.. .299 Graham, Carol Anne ...n....--...216 Graham, Judith Ann - ..... ....-.. .228 Cvri Hin: Sully Sta rr ............ .. ....... Griffith, John W. R. ....,.... ..... 264 206 216 220 218 496 384 Grifiith, Catherine Ann ..2l6, 357 420 262 384 230 283 245 496 Graham. Marv Woodruff .--...2Z4 Griffith, Robert C. ....... -..-........ Granberg, Gerald Lawson .. .,..,. 280 Griggs, Nancy Jane ......i........,.... Grande, Diane Elva .................. 224 Grigsby, Julie Ann ...,....,.. - ......... Gmnf, Douglas Loren - ---------- 526 Grilley, Patricia Ruth ............... . Grant, Jeanne Marie .................. 495 Grimm, Clyde Lee ,,,.,,,,,.,,,.,.,.,, Gfanh NHHCY .lane ----'-- - --44 ----.126 Groff, Neal Craig .......... Grass, Harry Lawrence .... 136, 279 Gmge, Patricia jane ,.,, ,,,,,, ,,,, 'Z30 Grass, Michael William .145 495 Gross, Cynthia , ,,,,,,, ,,-,, ,,.,, M220 GHWCS, Elililbelh ------- ---- ---205 Gross, John Richard ..... .. ......... ..526 GFHVCS. Mary E. B. ,....., - ........... 224 Gross, Kenneth H. ,..,...... -........268 Graves. Steven Scott .....-.. 290, 297 Gretzky, Marilyn Elaine Gray, Barry Caufield ........... -..242 Groves, Carol Lee ...........,,.... -... Gray. Linda Joyce ................. -...495 Groves, John Willis .,.,......,.... Gray. Robert Allen. Jr. .-.ma-. 39 Grudis, John William .......... . 8 William Tumer, Jr. -..387 GYHY- - Gruenert, Dana Lee .....,. ...218, Crib. MfmlYn Lea ...-.......a.-.-471 Gualtieri, Janice E. ......... Grebe- BCHY Jane ------- - ---- A------404 Gudmundsen, Elsie Lee .....-.... Grebe Green , Bonnie Jean ...... ..... -....-404 Guenther, Blanche Ruth Gunther, Dennis Henry , Carolyn Mabel .... .....e...495 Green, Janie ...-..- ............ - ....., , .... 218 Guy. Dianng Gogdgn ,,,,,,,,,,,, Green, Richard Stephen -..,-...251 Guzman, Sanchez 5, ,,,,,,,,,, Green, Rosemary Ann ..... - ....... 213 , 495 Greenblatt, Phil David .,,,.,,. , .,.. 271 Greenamyer, Jill ....... - ......... 232 Greene, Edward Albert ...-..,...274 495 Greene, Jonny Joyce ......-.208 Greene, Michael Hugh ..... ....I. .242 Greene, Robert .................... -...,.,.254 Greenlaw, Peter Anthony ....... Greenlee, Ann Sinton .... ..l37, .272 206 Greenlee, Virginia P. ...- ...... -...206 Greenwood, Janet Ruth .... -.... Greer, Candida Sue ...-.....-..,- Greer, Charles A. ..... -....-..e....- .208 .226 .297 Greer, Philip Fields ...-..L.-..-...254 Gregg, Elizabeth Love .... -....-...23Z Gregg, Nancy Jane ..... ........ -..-...216 Gregory, Gayle Alison .... ....-...22O Greslin, Frances Lynn ...- ...... -...232 398 Gribben, Kathleen ....... .....215, Gribben, Margaret Ann ........ .220 Grienstein, Marshall ...,.. .,, ..,, ...338 Grier, Herbert Earl ... .,,. ,.,...-.,495 Hale, Mary Ellis ......... a ........ ..-...2l8 245 Haley, Dennis LeRoy ........,....... Haley, Myra Frances .........,...... Haley, Ora Ben III ...... .... .... . Haley, Susanne Marie ..,....... Hall, Charles Hays .- ........,........ Hall, Robert Elliott - ......... -...- Hall, Ronald Edward ........ Hall, Susan Anne ..-A .----- N ------ Hallock, Charles W. Ill ..- ...., . Halpern, David I. ........-..---------- - Halsey, Howard Eugene Ham, Susan Ann ..... - .----- -..--. ----- Hamhlin, Steven T. ...... 429, 218 408 414 245 274 387 Hall, Sandra Ann .. ......... -..-.....434 228 472 427 389 218 496 329 Hambrick, Donal C. .... ... ,.... ...... Hamil, Carolyn Kay .... - ..-. -.---- 111 Hamil, Karen Ruth . Hamilton, Elisha B., Jr. Hamilton, Pamela ............ 146. Hamm, Gabriella Anna Hammar, Norman Lind ...- ..... 496 264 29 ..496 137 496 526 """""2zs ..........496 Hammer, James Lawrence ...... Hammett, Raymond Lee .., ..... . Hammill, Priscilla E. .... ........ Hammill, Stephen C. --------- -A-. Hand, Phyllis Ann B. ......... ..... Haas, Thomas Clair .................. l-laase, Gwendolyn Anne Haase. Joseph John .. .... H ..,. -..... Haase, Marilee Ellen ............... Haber, Marilyn .............,... Habe rl, Judy Ann .................... Haberman, Mary K. ........ 225, Haegele, Glenn Rowland Hafleigh, Heather Diane Hagg, Kern Wesley Jr, . .,...... Haggstrom, Ardyce Ann Hagin, Lisa Ann .,............... -.....225 Hagood, James Mitchell Hagood, Lloyd Stephen ...-....262 ..496 526 Haid. Geraldine Ann ................ Hail, John Mitchell ..... - Hail, Mary Jean .........,. - ............. Haines, Nancy Kramer . Haines, Thomas Justin -- ...... - Halber, Michael David Irwin, Hale Spencer, Jr. , Head Photographer Barry Sioif: Color - J, 4, 5, 8, lJ,l3, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26-27, 286-287, 294, 295, 394-395, Universiiy Life, Royolfy, Publications, Academics, Foofboll, Skiing, Locrosse, Seniors. f f --w 'fi Dormifories, gun- 1-v 7 496 268 496 Hand, Thomas Lee ..... ............ ...262 Hanes, Cathy Winifred ..232 414 Haney, Richard Lee, Jr. 254,496 Haney, Stephen Joseph ............ 251 Hanley, Sharon Ann .,..,. 384, 496 Hansen, Charles Edawrd ...-..387 Hansen, Jacqueline Rae ........496 Hansen, Jon Edward .........-...262 Hansen, Joyce Lynell . .......... -...206 Hansen, Richard Alan ......... ,...496 Hanson, Christopher Ray ........ 272 Hanson, James Paul ...-...319 496 Hanson, Roger Lee ............ a.-..l80 Harder, Christopher C. .......... 245 Harding, Benjamin Lee -.- ....... 276 Harding, Lucy Austin ...... - ...... 384 Hardwick, Carol Ann ..... - ....... 283 Harlan, Dena Rae .... -...-.- ........ 218 Harley, Kathryn Anne ............ 496 Harman, Rebecca Jane ..,. 95,1355 Harmon, James Edward .......... 251 Harmon, Kelly Jean .... .....--- 95,230 Harmon, Marjorie Joan ..... - ..... Harmon, Robert Martin .... - .... Hamish, Victoria Diane .......... Harpstrire, Jerry C. ...-. ......... Harr, Peter Edward -419, 422, 1-Iarr, Susan Margaret . .......,.... . Harris, Barbara Gail ...-..--------.- Harris Harris, Esther E. .......,....,.......... . Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris , James Robert ..,. ...,419, , Jeffrey Ketcham .......... , John Faye ........ - .............. , Kathleen - ........,............... 386 150 381 278 496 215 471 , Eric: Bemard . ................. 299 381 422 136 472 436 496 242 , L. ,..,.,........... - ,..,,...,.. ....... . , Roger George ........... -... , Samuel Noble .... 289, 290, 297 , Suzan Kay ........,........... 216 Harris, W lliiamR..T Harris, William Randall 289, 292, 293 297 Harrison, Karen .... .. ..... .... 1 38, 496 Harrison, Sue Ellen .................... 216 427 Hart, Meredith Ann ........ 226. Hausman, Thomas I. - ............. , Hayes, Victoria Johnson Jaggers, Janice Imogene Janes: Stephen Shannon Jenkins, Robert Steven .... 144, Hartbe rg, Janis Dorothy .......... 496 383 Hartley, Jan Collins 206,230 Hartman, John Humphrey ...... 429 Harvey, Joan Glass ..... .. .... .........232 Haskell, Edwin Holbert ...a ..... 240 Hasselgren, Noel Dean ..... ....... 496 Hassrick, Judith ..... 2 .............. .....229 Hastings, Susan C. ....... ...,......... 2 26 Hatch, Marilyn Anne ...... 206 208 Hatchell, Steven James ....... -...297 Hauck, Shelagh Peggy .........,.... 383 Hautpman, Paul Ronald Hauptmann, Gregory Lee ....... Hauser, Louise Sylvia -.,..-...... Hawkins, Mark Howard ........ Hawkinson, Susan Linda ..... Hay, Mary Jane ............. -as ...... . Hayes, Daniel Kent ................. Hayes, David Milton ...-297 Hayhurst, Edward G. ..,........-.. Haynes, Gary Ronald .-...422 Haynes, Sharon Ann ........... .... Hayward, Daniel Stewart ....... Healy, Susan ....,.......................... Heanue, John Paul, Jr. . ....,.. Heath, Bruce Edgar .- .......... --. Heah Mar aret Ann t , g .....,... . ..., Heath, Teresa Elaine 197, 218, Hechenbleikner, C. L. . ....,. ..... Heckel, Karen Elizabeth .....,.... Heckman, Hugh Maxwell .....,. Heckt, William Leland 0387 Hedberg, Dania Louise ......... Hcgedus, Michael Byron ....,.... Hein, Louella Jean .-..- ........... . Hein, Hein, Heiser, Heiss, Margaret Harrold Marvin Carl ........,. 276 Virginia ...-..a ........ .226 Glenda Jo .. ...... 93,230 Heizer, Martha Elaine ............. Held, Heller, John Henry ..................... Arlen Keith ................, Heller, Robert Joel ......,..........., Helmet, David Alan ............... Hemion, David Robert ........... Hemmet er, Sally Newton 230 262 297 211 136 242 213 216 496 298 496 496 496 226 258 232 496 297 213 496 214 383 321 496 216 254 206 226 496 496 496 450 276 271 271 264 258 496 Henderson. Ronald Dean ........ 276 Henderson, Susan Ruth .......... 137 Hendrickson, Susan E. .............. 2756 O Henkel, Wayne Lynn .....4l9 Henken, Tyler Allen ....... - ....... 282 Henkle, Charles Van, Jr. ...-...419 Henry, Carol Ann ........... - ...,... 496 Henry, James Gilbert .............. Hen ry, Patrick Milbum Heppes, Janet Dorothy .......... ..248 ..........496 ,496 Herbst, Howard Paul ........... -.-258 Herlr, John Lawrence ................ 421 Hemismeyer, Norris W. 115, 472, 496 Hernandez, George ...,...,............ 408 Hernandez. Philip N. ......... , ..... 496 Herndon, Herbert Ray .........,.... 387 Herrald. Gordon A. -. .... .,.137 274 Herrera, Joseph H., Jr. .... 251 496 Hertel, Mary Ann .....,..,.,,. ,,,,.,,436 Herzig, Michael Robert ..419, Hester, Lillie C. Brown - ...... -496 Hetherington, Jerry F. .....,.,, .M254 Heverly, Martha Jean . ............... 496 H Th . ewes, omas ......, ,.,......,....,, ,321 Heyd, Paul Steven -.-..-...l36 258 Heydt, William Roland ......... .297 Hiatt, Joan Elizabeth ...,.,..... -...382 496 Hickcox, David Hunter ..266 Hickey, Judith ...., -...... .......... -...230 Hicks, Edward John III .......,.. 272 Hicks, Ina Cheryl ...................... 206 Hideman, Susan Kay ................ 218 Higby, James Eugene, Jr. 266 496 Higgins, Kent Thomas ......,,.,,, 496 498 Higgins, Ronald Irving .... 420 Hiigel, Jaynese Louise .,............ 431 274 Hill, Bill ....,.............,,........,... 254 Hill, James Walton .......... 153 Hill, Richard Craig .,,....... 498 ..........498 251 Hill, Terry Rex ..... - ..........,,,, W. Hills, Duane Edward ................ 387 Hilton, Laurel Burton ......... .....383 Hindlemann, Debra Sue .....,.... 211 Hinds, Alexander Thomas .... 319 Hine, Gregory Seward .............. 240 Hines, William Anders ............ 498 Hink, Bruce Steven ..............,,,. 498 Hink, Janis Lee Wheeler ........ 498 Hinton, Barbara Jeanne ............ 258 Hiroki, Wanda Leilani -..225, 409 Hirsch, Roberta Sue ....,, M., .,,,, 211 Hirst, Edwin Ralph .................. 4 98 Hladky, Ann Louise ..,.,............. 450 Hobbie, William Wallace ...... 248 Hobbins, William Thomas .... 258 Hobbs, Alan Lawrence ...-..-...266 Hobbs. Dale George ......... -..a..,46O Hobbs, John Keith ,............ ....... 4 98 Hochstadt, Diane S. ................ 498 Hochstadt, Lia ...- .......... - .,...,..,.. 498 Hock, Elizabeth Rogers ..... - ..... 380 Hocke r, Beverly Jean .........,...... Hodges, Sally Jean ............ 146, Hodgkins, Lydia Marie .. ......... . Hoeglund, Gay Lee .....,......,,....,... Hoehl, Mary Louise .................. 436 225 208 498 434 Hoeman, Marcia Jane ......... -...206 I-Ioerlein, Robert Wilson ........387 Hoeschler, James W. ................ 314 Hoffman, Carol Anne .............. 498 Hoffman. Carolyn Jean ............ 450 Hoffman, Harry Kendall ........ 389 Hoffman, James D. III .... 724 498 Hoffmann, Heidi ........................ 136 Hoffschneider, Larry A. ..... ,...319 136 229 Hofman, Catherine Lee .. Hoglund, Anne Louise Hague, Barbara Ann . .....,...... Holcanson, John Victor .......,.... Holdrege, Karen Jean ................ Holford, Margaret Jane ............ 280 Holford, Thomas Wm. .. Holland, Mary Priscilla .. 225, Holland, Michael Gene .......... Hollister, Roger Stuart Holloman, Mary Hale ....... .. ..., Holmes, Barbara Mae Holmes, Blair Ralph ................ Holmes, Jennifer Lyle .............. Holscher, Kathryn M. ..... . 136, Holschuh, Janet Louise ............ 225 213 297 225 404 498 498 251 258 230 206 245 218 229 232 Holt, John Joseph ............... - ...,. 272 Holt, Sara Sabin ...- ....... ...... 9 7, 229 Holvoet, John Edward ,,,,,,,,,,,, 419 Homerick, Richard C. ...- ....... ..266 Homewood, Lynn ...... - ...,............ 387 Homsher, Charlotte Dawn ...... 381 Honegger, Arthur H. ...... 279,499 Honnoll, Janice Rae .....,............ 226 Hoopes, Barbara Jean .......... .,... Hoos, Allen Curtis ...... .. ............ Hope, Leighton A., Jr. ............. . Hopf, Robert Eugene ., ,.,. 419 230 330 248 499 Hopkins, Kathleen Ann .......... 404 Hopp, Margaret Wamock ...... 499 Hopp, Walter James ................,. 499 Hopple, Diane Lorraine ..226,499 Horberg, Anders Lee ..........,..... 279 Horii, Norman .... ..,..,..,.....,......... 525 Horn, Linda Kay ........................ 499 Horn, Suzanne Marie ................ 382 Horowitz, Allen Donald ..,....... 268 Horrigan, Kathleen M. 0382 499 Horton, Cheryl Ann ......... ....... 2 32 Horton. Laurence Edward .... ..-471 Horvath, Robbe Kim ........,..,.... 319 Hosken, Cheryl DeMoe .......... 499 Hosken, Robert DuWayne ....., 499 Hottheimer, A. .....,...................... 2 Houpt, Bryce Roberts ................ House. Rita Joyce .................... -210 Houston, H. Richard ........... -...4l9 Houtkooper. Winfred C. ...-...248 Howard, Edson Robert . ..... -..A99 Howard, Edward Allen .,.......... 387 Howard. Frank Phelps .... 141,276 Howard, Isaac Lee ..... ....... 296, 297 Howard, Jerry Don ...... .....-..-...4Z7 Howell, Anne Pennant ...-.....-213 Howell, Edward Burton ..... -...319 Howell, James Charles ..... - ..... 419 Howell, Julia Gadbury ..........,. 499 Howensrine, Judy Ann .......a...38O Howerton, James Phillip ...... ..272 Howk, Merla Rae ...... ...,.,.,.. ... ..434 Hoyt, Gregory Byrd .......,....... ...279 Hoyt, Wesley Winfield ..........279 Hubbard, Gardiner G. .,........ e242 Hubbell, Carol Ann .................. 4 34 Hubbell, Donald Eugene ....... Huber, James Andrew ............. .419 .248 Hubka, Vernon E., Jr. .,...,.... -526 Hudson, Robert Weir, Jr. ...... . .266 Huff. Linda Elizabeth ................ 229 ..l36 248 Huffaker, Michael John Huffman, Ward Stephens -:.279 Hughes Dan Sidney .- ..... 153 , , 526 Hughes, Jeanne Ellen ....r....... ..-225 Hughes, Nancy Jean ........ 230 Hu he' T d' R b' so g s, ru ie o in n -... Hugins, James Bruce .,......, ..c.. Hull, Carolyn Kay ........... -..-.. Hull, Dathel Lois .. ,....... ...93 Hulse, David George ..,,,... . ,,,.. , Hultin. Barbara Ann 116, 230, Humphries. Richard K., Jr. Hunrath, Frederick Karl ......... Hunt, Gail Patricia ................. Hunter, Linda Hale ..............,,, Hunter, Terence James ........... Hurlburt, Thomas Hugh .....,. Husbands, Herman H. ..... -.... Hussey. Marianne ...... -...3S3 499 .434 .242 .213 383 .280 499 .245 .404 .232 .230 .526 .263 .419 , 499 Hustead, Cindy Crow .,.... ,...-..230 Hutchens, John Wayne ..137, 263, 499 Hutchings, Barry Brent .......... 499 Hutchinson, George B., Jr. .... 258 Hutchinson, Lloyd M., Jr. -.. Hutton, William Terry ......... Huxel, Robert Charles ........... Hvoslef, Erik R. .. ,.......,....., -.,,,, Hyatt, Robert W., Jr. .... . .,.. -.. Hybl, William Joseph Hyink, Bruce Edwin ........ 242 Hyldahl, Donna Lee ................. Imes, DiAnn Lee .. ....... 263, 311 .274 .249 .263 .387 .526 311 .382 .434 Imig, Mary Dell .- ....... ..- ..........., 229 Indermill, Marilyn ...........,. , ..., ....218 Ingalls, Kathleen Ann Inghram, Carlyle Jean ....136 Inglis, Alan Lee ............. n 1 .218 499 229 Ingles, Janis Lynn ...................... 4 99 499 472 Inman, Jamie Joe ......... ........ ..... Inman, Jimmy Ed .......... - .......... 4 72 380 499 Innes, Jane Stephenson .. Inouye, Clinton Wayne ..... ...I. .297 Insinger. Robert ohn J. ........ ....... 2 79 Irick, Cheryl Lynn .................... 499 Irvine, Stanley Raymond .- .... 264 290. 297 Irwin, Kathleen Sue 145,213 .264 289. 330 ,949 Irwin, Nancy Lou ...................... 213 Isaacson, Sue Ann ...a ....... 138,235 Isenberg, Mark Eugene .......... -283 Ishibnshi, Janice Kazue ....... -...409 Iverts, Dace - ..... - ...... ..- .............. .499 Ivy, Grady Duane, Jr. .. ............ 297 Izzi, Richard Daniel . ................. 299 Jackson, Edward Joseph .... . ..... 499 Jackson, Gary Monroe .............. SOO Jackson, Ric Thomas ..... 338, 474 Jackson, Warren Evans .... 136, 279 Jacobs, Ellen Jo .......................... 283 Jacobsmeyer, Mary V. .............. 387 Jacobson, John Adrian ....... -...263 429 500 Jacobson, Michael J. ........ , Jacques, Arthur C. .................... 263 Jaeger, Patricia Lea .................... 382 Jaeggli, Mary Amelia . ........434 Jaffe, Russell .... .. .................. - ..... 249 James, James, James, James, James, James .....-...226 Barbara Ann .................. 226 Bruce Allen ....... Carolyn Sue ....... 77 .........525 Donna Susanne .......... -208 Gordon Charles ............ 277 William Robyn .....-...-276 ..........526 Janover, Michael Dennis ..... ...404 Jaouen, Richard M. .................. 319 Jarbeau, Richard Wildin .......25S Jarman, Robert Wattis ............ 268 Jarvis, Margaret Ann ................ 404 Javernick, Charles A. ........ . ..... 254 Jeffrey, Melody Rae .......... - ...... 136 Jenkins, Rodney Jack ............... Jennings, John Roger ......... 2 .... Jennings, Nancy Ruth Jensen, Jensen, Jensen Jensen: Kate Warner ............... Jensen, Michael David ............. Jensen, Jersin, Jiacoletri, Stephanie A. ........ . Barbara Marie Frances Marie ............. Garrett Lynn ........... -- Mary Ann ..... ......... 137, 274 .387 .2 74 213 .436 .258 .233 338 Susan Murray .............. 225 206 .208 53 ....-209 Kirkton, Jennifer Ellen .... 218,501 Lazzetino, Linda Martin .,.... . ..... 503 Joachim, Richard S. ......,. .. ........ 387 Jones, Thomas Clark ...... Keins, I-lildegard B. - ........... .--210 John, Peter Paul ......... -...-436, 500 Jones, Winifred M. .................. Keller, Judy Dianne -...- ..... .-...209 Johns, Vernon Michael ............ 421 Jong, Harry Tong ............,. 419 Keller, Rebecca Sue ........ l15,197, Johnson, Barbara Elaine .......... 434 Jongeneel, Alan William 208, 225,501 Johnson, Barry Meredith ........ 500 Jordan, Margaret Marie Keller, Theodore R. ...- ........ --.387 Johnson, Brian Newton ............ 389 Jordan, Morris Stewart . ........... 500 Keller, Victoria E. ..--. .... - ...... .229 Johnson, Carl Stephen ..- ...... -279 Jorgensen, Marta Kay - ........ .-.500 Kelley, Betsy Anna ......,........... 225 Johnson, Carolyn Lee ..........,... 351 Jorgensen, Nancy Lee ....,... ...-.387 Kelley, John Douglas -.-- ......... 258 Johnson, Darold LeRoy .... - ...... 258 Joselyn, Jo Ann Cram ...- .,,...... 419 Kelley, Margaret Anne ...-..-...207 Johnson, Eugene A. .................. 297 Joselyn, Robert William Kelley, Stephen Dean --.-..--471 Johnson, Frank Tidball ,........... 526 Joseph, Jerry Allan .......... Kellogg, Mary Kathleen .......... 213 Johnson, Garreth Roger .......... 500 Joys, Barbara Anne ..... -.. Kelly, Carol Ann -..-..-...436 501 Johnson, Gary Marvin ,...- ........ 272 Jud, Brian Louis ........................ 274 Kelly, Carol ...- ...... -..-- ...... - ..... -434 Johnson, Geraldine Anne ........ 206 Judy, Ann Carter ............. - ....... 213 Kelly, Danny Allen ...-.-263, 289, Johnson, James Phillip .... 425,500 Jurcheck, John Clark ...... 419 500 292, 297,338 Johnson, Jared Jay .................... 429 Jutgens, Kerry Faye .................... Kelly, Donna Lou .......-.-426, 501 Johnson, Jennifer ...,.............,... ...414 Justice, Robert Eugene . ...,,.... -.. Kelly, Kenneth James Jr. ...--.268 Johnson, Jo Ellen .... - ....... ....--207 Justman, Marleen Louise Kelly, Linda Anne -.1 .......... ..-.233 Johnson, Joanne Gail ..-...-.L-226 Kelly, Lloyd Ray ..,....,. - ........... 274, Johnson, John Hilary ........ ....... . 421 421,500 Johnson, Judith Ann ................ 215 Kaatz, Tracine Mae .................. Kelly, Paul Terry . ..................... 299 Johnson, Kay Dehaven ............ 381 Kagin, Rita Elaine ...-- .... -. ....., Kelly, Peter David .,.,,,.......,,,,279 Johnson, Marguerite P. ...... ...... 2 33 Kahan, Thomas Aaron ............ Kelly, Therese Marie ...- ........... 501 Johnson, Mark M. .,... - ..,.......... 258 Kahn, Stephan Bemhard Kelton, David Downes ......, -,,,254 Johnson, Michael Ray .............. 274 Kail, Karl Aurel IV .....A............ 500 Kendall, Robert C. ...............,.... 314 Johnson, Ned Barton ....... -. ....i. 272 Kaiser, Pamela Ann ..... .. ..... ...... - 218 Kendrick, Kathryn Joan .......... 209 Johnson, Peter - ...... - ........ .. .......,., 136 Kalgfleisch, Norman R. Kenkel, Ann Cooper ...- ,.,,.,,,... 229 Johnson, Richard Alan -258.419, Kandyba, Joel Allan .....,.......... Kennedy, J. ........... - ...... - ..,....,..,., 389 500 Kanealy, Ann Maria ......... - ..... Kennedy, Michael D. .............. -387 Johnson, Robert Francis -... ..... 242 Kanemoto, Kenneth ........,. 240, Kent, Jacqueline Ann . ............. 501 Johnson, Samuel F., Jr. ...- ..... 387 Kaplan, Joseph George ............ Kent, John Robert ,,...., 2 .,,.,,.,,. ,241 Johnson, Sharon Gladys ..233, 500 Kaplan, Marlene Rae .............. Kent, Sam Dan ..,.. ,. ....., -..s ,,,,.,, 404 Johnson, Stephen Ross -419, 420, Karbach, Michael Routt Kepler, Linda Lee ....... -...229 501 500 Karsh, Gary Samuel ........... .... Keppler, Susan Kay ...- ..., ,, ,,,,,, ,501 Johnson, Wade Leighton ........ 500 Kastelic, Phillip M. ........,......... Kern, George Bemard ...... 254 398 Johnston, Abigail O. ..- ...... 89,225 Kastler, Mark Nicholas Kem, Michael Scott ........ 263,311 Johnston, Bruce Thomas ........ 245 Kastor, James Alfred ......... --... Kernen, Kenneth Lloyd .,...,.,,,, .501 Johnston, James Stuart ......... -.272 Kasynski, George Greg ............ Kemet, Donabeth ...- .,.... 136,227 Johnston, Kelly Kent -...- ...... -.299 Katzenbarger, Joleta M. Kerstein, Sharon Ita ................ 235 Johnstone, Margaret ..... - ...... .--500 Kaufman, Christopher D. ...... Kessler, Heidi Ann 1,.,,,., ,,,,,,,, N387 Jones, Carol Lynne ...,,..... 218,414 Kauzlarich, Kay ..................... -.. Kester, Jonathan H311 ,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 501 Jones, Cynthia Pedley .............. 233 Kawakami, Phyllis Kay Kettler, Peter Stanton ,,,,,, 263,501 Jones, David Arlo ...... - .............. 254 Kawate, Doris ...... - .................... - Key, Dennis Spencer .,.....,.., ,,,,,279 Jones, Helen Grace .- ....,............ 414 Kay, Jane Ann -- ........ -- ..... -.. Keyser, John Sessions ,,,,,,. , ,,,.,,. 501 Jones, Judith Hazel .--.--.- ..... 227 Kay, Linda Suzanne ........ 209, Khomson, Niramol -.---..- ...,.. 501 Jones, Karen Genevieve .,......., 218 Kay, Marc Harris ...................... Kidd, John Bums Jr. ........ 266,464 Jones, Pamela Sue ....................., 500 Kearny, Adelia Willacy Kidder, Henry Maynard -266, 501 Jones, Ralph D. ........ 116,429,500 Keck, Nancy Marie ....... - .... -... Kiddoo, William Malcolm --501 Jones, Roberta Beth ....i,... -. .,.. -500 Kehl, Dale William Jr. .... 274, Kiely, Bruce Fraser ...-.-.-268, 501 Jones, Sally Carlin ............... -...380 Kehl, Gary Loren ...-..- ...,.... -... Kiely, Laree Sue .,.-.,..,...229,414 Jones, Sandra Lee ..... .- ...,. 233 Keim, Charles Richard .... 422,471 Kifer, Diana Jane .i.. .-. .......... 233 Head Photographer Jim Allen: Color - 11, 12-13, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, Univer- Killan, Gene Arthur ..-.-.-...387 277 Ol Killerlain, James B. ....-.. ----H Killoch, Linda Ilene ...--..-.-.. .5 Kilroy, Patrick Henry ......... .--243 Kincaid, Michael Ray ........ -.-.266 Kinder, Drew Donald -.-.-.--268 225 Kinderman, Nancy Jean ..... -... Kindra, Margaret J. .-...-.-.---.209 Kindred, Stella Barcus ...--...2 30 King, David William . ............... 263 King, Kathryn Maile ...-..-. ..... .227 King, Virgil Wayne -.--..-..-...297 Kingdom, Lewis Waters ..--...277 Kinghorn, Steven Linn .-..-...387 Kingman, Ellis Owen ...-.-...272 Kingsbury, Philip Ralph .-..-...266 Kinney, Jane Anne ....... ....-.--230 Kinnie, Dennis Craig . ........ --419 Kirby, Kevin Brent .... -.....-.--.-249 Kirchoff. Carol Randall Kirk, Nancy Lynn ...-..--. Kirkpatrick, Pamela M. ,....-...501 136 230 1 Kirtland, James M. .....,,.... - ...... .501 Kitchin, Karen Ann .... --229 501 Kiteley, Richard James ----...245 Kiteley, William Michel .--...245 Kivett, Margaret Jean ...... 230,283 Kizzot, Alan Joel ...---.-.----.244 Klater, Judith Ann ....--...-.....-502 Klater, Kathleen L. ...-..- .... -...502 Klein, Diana Sue ......... ...-.-...235 Klein, Roger Allen ...-...---.-...526 Russell Charles ...-.......-251 Kleineider, Michael T. ...-..--.387 Klein, Kleinwachter, John F. Klipp. Ramond Dale Kloberdanz, Gary Joseph 136, Kloverstrom, Karen Ann Kmetovic, Thomas Carl ......-....-275 Kleitsch, Mary Susan ....-.--.229 Kleps, Pamela Wadsworth ....-384 Klimoski, David Bruce .... .-...275, 419, 421 - ....... 502 241 .....-.207 L- ..... 297 Kmitch, Gloria Ann .....--.....502 Knapp, Bradford L. .......... -.--.283 Knapp, James Ian Keith ........ 527 Knapp, Martha Alice ....,. .. ...... 227 Knaus, Linda Dawn ...---..--.213 Knies, Christine ...-...-.........-.-..230 Knight, Martha Louise ...... --.215 Knight, Robert Milton .-- ....... 502 Knight, Russell F. II -.- ...... -...275 Knight, Thomas Michael .- .... 254 Knight, Warren James ..-.--.471 Knous, Robert L. Jr. .--. .... -...311 Knowles, Barbara Jean .--.-.-.218 sity Life, Publications, Acoolemics, Foorboll, Residences, Seniors. 36 Knowles, Kenneth Mahlon .... 512 Knowlton, Barbara J. -L..-....-.502 Knowlton, Nancy Ellen ..... --.233 Knowlton, Norman P. Ill 136, 263 Knox, Daniel Freal ...... .-..-....-.279 Knox, Roger Irwin Jr. .-.. ....... 245 Knudson, Patricia Lynn .... .-...502 Kochis, Richard Leroy --421,502 Kocsis, Helen Rebecca -....-.-502 Koehlmoos, Barbara J. .......-...502 Koeller, Ralph .......-.... .......... -...420 Koepnick, Richard B. .... -- ...... 502 Koepp, Donna P. Petersen .. .... 502 Koeppen, Helen Marilyn ...-..502 Kohasky, Soy Catherine ..-.--221 Kohloss, harlotte L. ..... .-.. .... 217 Kohr, Jeffrey George ........ 4 12,419 Koleski, James Edward ...- ....... 387 Kolins, Karen Anne -.-..... ...... 217 Konieczny, Kevin George .... 254 Kopecky, Curtis James ...-.-...133 Kopetz, Edmund A. Jr. .......--.412 Kordisch, Larry Wesley .-.-..-249 Korrnan, Joel Michael ......... --.249 Komafel, Anne -....--...--..-...436 Kott, Judith Gail ...- .... .. ...... --.383 Kourik, Lois Miriam ....... --.-..502 walchik Walter Ko ' , ...-..-.-. .,.. ..527 Kraabel, John Stanford ............ 277 Krabbenhoft, Karen S. ...-.-.213 Kraeger, Gloria Ann .--...-.--.502 Kramet, Michael Earl .... .-.-272 Krause, Patricia Susan ....-.-...233 Krause, Larry Lee ...- ...... .-419,421 Krausgrill, Kevin Neil -.-.-.-...277 Kraybill, Linda Jeanne ..--....ll6, 138, 226. 502 Kreidler, Lee Walter ....... -..-...254 Kreitler, Joan Carol ....,.. .-230, 382 Kreizenbeck, Alan D. -..-M2266 Kress, William E. Jr. -.-.-.-.-241 Krill, Susan Jane .,.......... --.. .... 230 Kristenson, Linda Joyce ...... -..502 Kroeger, Marilyn Sue ...... - ........ 381 Krueger, Kristin Anne ..-.--.-229 Krueger, Kurt Arnold -.--.-...320 Kruer, Karen ....... - ...... .. ..... -...-.206 Krumbach, Margaret Anne .... 209 Kryc, Joseph John ...- ......... 279 , 502 Krystosek, Diane Carol ......- .... 221 Kubick, June Eva ..... -..-.-407,502 Kublin, Judith J. ...-...-.-L.--...235 Kucmierz, Virginia R. ...-...-.-.215 Kukla, Serenella ...-.-- ....... --...383 Kull, Barbara Ann ........... ...- .... 215 Kullhem, James William .-- ..... 311 Kullman, Mary Ann ... ...... - ....... 434 Kulp, Karen Anne . ...... ..-.--.-.217 Kunzman, James Ross ...----...502 Kurlancler, Joan Lee ........... --.202 02 Kurth, Richard Charles --389, Kurtzman, James Edward 296 . 502 Kuwabara. Kenneth R. .......-243 Kuwabara, Nancy Jean - ....... -...502 Kuxhaus, Gary L. -..--.......-.-.-297 Kvammen, Asbjom -.--..---...503 LaCasse, Lloyd Francis -.. .... .-.314 LaForce, Laura Jane ---.-.....--.227 LaGrange, Katharine R. -....--229 LaTemple, Hubert M., Jr. ...-...404 Labe, Louis Jay ..- .... -.-..--....-.-503 Labuda, Marilyn Gregory Lacey, Elizabeth P. .-.-.-.L-. Lachman, Lawrence B. -.---.283 Lacy, Rollin Lloyd -.-.......-.--503 Ladenburg, Nils Dunbar ...- .... -273 Ladmer, Teri Sue L-......--235 503 Lafferty, Michael M. ...-...-.-..-246 LaFoe, James Claude ..- .... --.--525 Lager, Gary George ...-..- ......... -503 Laing, Marilyn Anne -.......-.--503 Laingor, Richard Alvin .--,....-419 Laird, Judith Elaine -. ....... Lake, Lynne Dee --...-.--.21 8. .503 .207 Lalley, Judith Anne .... 153, 227, Lam, Blaine Preston .......... 277, Lamb, Kathryn Ann --. ....... .... 503 301 .381 Lamb, Susan Jo -..-.-.-.- .... -.-..-230 477 Lambert, Joey D. -.--..-----.- .. .503 Lambert, Max Richard ............. Lammers, Katherine . ........ . ........ ..227 .254 Lampert, Brian John ................, Lamutt, Ronald Howard -..-.-243 Lang, Carol Jeanette ...- ........ -.. Lang, Donald Raymond ...... --. Langberg, Frederick A. --. ...... - Lange, Christopher Wade ...-- Langendoerfer, Beverly -.-..-...-434 Langridge, Ardelle K. .... ... ....... -503 .503 .503 .249 .275 .221 Lannom, Gene Ellen ...-.... .... Lapin, James Barry -.-..-.. ..... ...- Lapp, Constance E. 136, Lamed, Charlotte Ann .... 229, Larrey, Renee ...-..-..-. ............. -.. .269 229 503 .384 Larson, John Richard .................. 266 Larson, Julia Kathryn ..- ....... -...l46 Larson, Leslie ....... - ...... -. ......... --.381 Larson, Peter Matthews . ..... .-- Larson, Robert Lewis ...-.-280, Lassila, Lisa Anneli ...-..-.-2 18. .277 421 503 Latcham, Joan Ellen .................. 233 Laufenburger, Michael W. ...... 389 Lavailee, Serge Jean ............. -.2321 Lavitt, Terry Gay .--.---.-...211 Lawhon, Sandra Carrol .... 426, 503 Lawler, Joyce Laveme ...- .... -...503 Lawrence, Helen Ruth ...-..---.387 Lawson, Herbert Sandy ....... --.136, 275. 453 Lawson, Ralph Edward ...-..-.-254 Layman, Ralph Engle Ill ...... .... 3 89 503 Layng. Susan Kennard ...... 22 5. 297 . LeMasters, Raymond E. ..-.-. 298. 299. 338 Lea, Kenneth Edwin -----.--.269 Leach, Sharon Emily .-- ....... ,-.-384 Leader, Roberta Barrett -..-.--.221 Leary, Regina Diane ...- ..... 206, 503 Lease, Patricia Ann -..- .... --.-...503 Leaver, Louisiana Ayers ..... - ..... 225 Leavitt, Jane Ellen ...-...235 Lebsack, Linda Lu ,. ..,.. 2 .....,.. ...,.434 Lebsack, Ronald Allan ...-...---243 Ledder, Harriet Diane .--..-.....-426 Lee, David W. .----2 .,,,.. ,..,.,,,,311 Lee, Rodney Orville sw, ,,,, ,-,,419 Lee, Tamara Anne Rowe .... - .... 503 Lees, Patricia Kaye .. ........... -...-..22l Leffingwell, Josephine ....... .- .... -404 Lefkowitz, Carolyn ...---.- ......... S03 Lehan, Lyndall Elaine ..... - ..... --227 Lehnerz, Lawrence T. ...- ...,... -428, 429. 503 Lehr, Mary Ann ...-..-..-. ...... -.-.218 Leibundgut, Richard L. .......-...384 Leman, Robert Paul ,.,,,,, ,..,,,, ,,,,,277 Lemmon, John James - .......... .-.387 LeMoine, Kenneth R. .... - ..... -...504 Lemon, Claudia Anne .... - ........ 233 Lennartz, Frances E. -.. .... --....-.380 Lenny, Linda Jo .... -.,,,2.2,,,,,,,227 Lenox, Mary Park -.-..--...136, 225 Leo, Robert George, Jr. -..- ...... 263 Leonard, Mary Joseph ...-.... ..... .504 Leong, Jamie Mei Chun ..-.-.-409, 431, 504 Lesh, Suzanne -.-...-.-.... .... -.-...218 Lesser, Kenneth Alan ,....-.--243 Letson, Gary Wayne ..... .279 Levey, Irwin Lee ....-- .... -,.... ...... .504 Levi. Thomas Claybome -153 527 Levine, Jeffrey B. -..-...... 124, 504 Levine, Peter Joseph ,.... .,,, , ,,,,,,,, 299 233 Levine, Susan Lynn .. .... - .... 136, Levitt, Janet Gertrude ....... ....-...217 Levy, Diane ...- ..... -. .... ....-...136 235 Levy, Mark Ray -.-,. ..... -..--..-282 Lewark. George F. -.. ...... -297 504 Lewien. Cathryn Barby -- ..... --.504 Lewien. Gary I-Ynn ...- .......... -...269 Lewis, Barbara Ellen .......... 233 504 Lewis, Evelyn Faye -W.--....-. Lewis, George Milton, Jr. -..... Lewis Judith Lynn -.-.-. Lewis, John Delzell ...-..-,-...... 230 .229 .299 .411 . . 504 Light. Kenneth Douglas .......... -319 Lightbum, Linda Ann ...- ......... 235 Lilly, Kenneth Gary -.-......-..--.504 Linck, Susan ...-..-.........,,,,..-,,207 Lindahl, Karen Louise --....--.-434 Linde, Susan Harriet ,.... .,,,,.. .,.,,404 .-.218 Lindgren, Barry Dean ..s...,...,.,,255 Lindquist, Steven A. --...-.--..-263 Lindsay. aMry Alice .........---...382 Lindsey. Carl Bernard ....-...--.504 Lindsey, Stephan Andrew ........ 263 233 450 Lindenmeier, Rox Anne C. Lingle, Jerriann .......-.136, 1 Lingwoocl, Elden Lewis ...-.......504 Lingwood, Phil Leroy u,-......-...504 Link, Jim Conley ..... ,.,, . ..,..,.,..., ..266 Linkow, Ronald Gene ...-..- ...... .271 Linn, Barbara Neumann ..225, 504 Lintz, James Larry .................,.... 266 Linville, Richard Dowel ..v......... 275 Lipscomb, Shirley Ann .......,.. -..380 Lirtell, Mary Sharon ... .......... .....504 Littell, Robert Spahr ...-. ..,, . ...,.,i 277 Lively, June Campbell ...- ...... -..229 Livingston, Judith Kay .............. 504 Lloyd, Jeremiah L. ............ - ........ 275 Lockhart, Tyrone Ray . .,.,.. - ......, 319 Lockrem, John Dudley .............. 255 Lockwood, Elizabeth Ann ...c...387 Loeb, Patricia ...- ...... - ........... 134, 211 Loeifler, Susan C. ..., ....,............. .221 Lof, Laura Miriam . ,,,..... ............. 5 04 Logan, Marsha Ann ..l36, 145, 233 Lohman, Susan ..... ...... ........-..-...229 Lombardi, Barbara Rose ..... .. ...,. 387 Lonclner, Karen Jo ....... .. ............. 235 Lonergan, Carol Sue ...,....,.......,. 504 Long, John Russell ....... W ..,.... -...275 Long, Kay ...-........ .... - ..... ...........l05 Long, Maureen Kay ...-..-..-.-...450 Long, Susan Katherine ..............233 Long, William James .. ..... .. ......... 419 Longen, Patricia Jane ....... - ....... Longmi re, Jean ..... .....,......1.. 100, Phoio by Allen. Lonsdale, John David ...- ...... .....25l 207 Loomis, Susan Virginia 197. Lord, Jane Bradbury .... ...L ......... 411 215 Love, Sally ........................ - ............ Loveland, Laura Ann ---...230 Low, Bonnie Lorraine ....,........... 504 Lowery, William Curtis ..... -..136 Loye, Sreevn Donald ........... -...275 Lubchenco, Ann Louise Lucas, Larry Tod ...- .,..,.. ...- ..,..,, 9 4, 414 225, Lucas, Steven Arthur ................ Lucy, Roberr Daniel, Jr. Lujan, Carol Ann-.... .................... Lumberg, Mary Helen ..... .. ......... Lundy, Randy Joe .........,, .. ...,. .-... Lunn, John Joseph ... .............. -... Lusk, Jerry Edward .........1......,... Lutz, Joan Kelley ..............,. 207, Lyman, Connie Kathleen .....,.. .. Lynch, John Richard .... ... ......... 243 264 430 233 227 266 301 258 504 217 527 Mable, Leslie Gail ......... - ...,....... MacCorkle, Alice B. ..-....- MacCotmack, Barbara L. 136, 227 225 230 501 MacDonald, David W. .....,.... .... MacDonald, William G. MacElveen, Patricia M. MacFa rland, Nancy Lee, MacG uire, Carol Jean ...... 225 136, 504 504 504 225 MacGuire, Janice Gay ................ 227 MacKendrick, Ronald F. .......... 419 MacRae, Sharon Sands , .......,.. , ..230 Macey, Mary Page ....... .. ........... -504 Machen, John Steven ...- ......,.... 246 Macken, Sharon Anne .............. 434 Mackensen, Gesine L. .,......... .....230 Madrid, David Edmund ............ 386 Maggi , Dona Lynn ....... s. .....,.. .. ..221 Magill, William P. ..... ..c............24l Magnusson, Edwin Robert ...... 505 Magowan, Betsy H. ...- .............. .230 Mailliard, Margot ...L .............. .....230 Maize, James Wells, Jr. ....249, 505 Malcolm, Elizabeth G. ......... -...382 Malik, Mohammad A. N. .--...4 Malmberg, Roberta Jane .......... '5 Mrriiarrsrr, can .,.-..- ...,...,.. -, ..., ..2i7 505 230 Maloley, Nancy Ann .... ............. . Mancini, Daniel John ....... - ..... 279, Mancini, Lawrence J. 134. 412 419, 505 Mandel, Donna Esther .............. 381 Mandelbaum, John Robert ...... 283 Mangus, Marsha Lynn . .... -..-...505 Mann, Gary Vance .... ........... ..... 339 Mann, Linda Sue .- ....... ....- ....... 229 Mann, Stanley Keith .. ........ ...-...527 Manning, Marjorie E. ................ 218 Manning, Willard Graham .,.... 505 Mannschreck, Sherrill S. .......... 225 Mapel, Susan Frances ...- ...... -...229 Mapelli, Rudolph M. III .......... 319 Marbry, Linda Ann ............. --...505 Marcus, Lawrence ....... .. .......... -...527 Mares, Josephine R. ....,..... .... . -..386 Margolin, Lynn Claire .............. 2ll Marienberg, Albert ................. -...269 Marion, Susanna Sohngen .......382 Mark, Graham Arthur ..... ..... ...264 Markel, Beverly Joan ....... - .... - Markey, Sandra Lee ....... .. ...... .. Markowitz, Steven E. ..... .. .... .. Marling, Marilyn E. ....... 2. E434 2.434 ...271 .....-...230 505 Marquand, Kermit Wayne 137, Marquart, Cynthia C. ..... - .... ...505 Marr, Cynthia Louise -......- ...... 230 Marrow, Lynn ...-. ................ 217 Marrs, Sandra ....... - ..................... Marshall, Daniel Ray ................ Marshall, Douglas H. ...,... - ...... . Marshall, Jeanne E. ............ 233 Marshall, Margaret Rae .... 137, Marshall, Peter Bechtel ............ Martin, Marcin Martin Martin Martin Martin Martin Diana Lynne . .,............ . Edward John ..... ...... -... Genevieve Sue .... ......... , Guy Richard ....... - Y... . , James Philip ...- .... .245 Martin, Michael Roy .................. Roger Duane ........... -... Sandra Lee ..... .........., Martin, Susan ............... ,...-..... ..... 386 Martinez, Judith Claire .. .... .... Martinson, Gaila Lou ...... .... .....2l7 Martner, Theodore S. ...-.........411 Marrurano, Donald Evan ....... ...l36 Marucheau, Louis Joseph ....... -280 Marvin, Ellen Mae ..... ..... ,. ..... -2414 Mascitelli, John Scott ...-.........243 Mason, Jeffrey Thomas ...,....-....269 Mason, Patricia Odell ...............146 Massaro, Peter Anthony ...-- .... 419 Mast, Maurene Gayle .. ....,. - ...... 218 Masters, Michael B. ..... ......-.....24l Mates, Nancy Jean ...-.......-233, 506 Maris, Clark Arvo ...-..,......,...s.3l4 Matlock, Marion Ann .-...Z18,506 Matoush, Carol Sue .............., .....527 ..434 Matthew, Henry F. ...,.......-........506 Mattson, James Richard ..251,506 Matzilevich, Benjamin ......s.....297 Maul, Richard James -...... .... -.. Maulsby, Ronald John Maurer, Warren Craig ..... ........ 269 Maxon, Gary Marold ...- ........... 319 Maxson, Patricia Jean .... 230 Maxwell, Billie Jean .268 .311 225, 414 229, Maxwell, Carol Jean .... ... ......... 506 Maxwell, Cecelia Madden ....-506 Maxwell, Jeffrey Neil ...............279 Maxwell, Marilyn Beth ....221, 506 Maxwell, Sharon Lynn .... --.-...218 May, Hillary Jeanne ,.... ..... -.....,.217 Mayer, Jeffrey Robert ..............-273 Mayer, Robert Max .............. .... ..506 MayHeld, Robert Gil ....... - ......... 269 Mayne, Joel Harlan II .............. 506 Mayo, Teresa Joy .............-.....229 420 506 Maytum, Bruce David ....- Mazone, Cheri Ann .-...... .......... 227 McAfee, John C., Jr. ...-... ......... .273 M All' . D 'd .l 2 6 I .,.,.. c ister avr . ......... -..-... 4 McAnally, Claude W. I1 419 McArthur, Claire L. III ...-.......275 McAtee, Lawrence ...,..-...-......330 McBride, Charles T. 297,298,299 McBride, ' Richard C. .... ..............3B9 McBride, Robert Howell .... ..... 389 McCabe, Jerome Charles ..........279 McCabe, Richard Lee ..... ..... -..506 McCaffrey, Dane P. .......-..-......Z41 McCaffrey, Stephen C. - ....... --.275 233 506 McCain, Carol Ann McCall, Bernard Keith ..... ....... 289, 296, 297 McCallum, Margaret J. ..- .... ...229 144 225 MeCandless, Carol Anne McCann, Eugene Dennis ...- ..... 506 McCarthy, Daniel R. .... .... 2... --.266 McCarthy, Karen Louise .,........ 506 McCarthy, Mary E. ........ ..... ....... 221 McCarthy, Michael John .- .... ...527 McCarty, Kathleen M. ...- 136, 221 McCaul1ey, Ellory Kent ..... ....... 506 McClain, Peter Kent ..... a... .... ...25l McClain, Russell Byron ...-.......506 McC1aran, Steven Craig .-.L...419. 422, 506 McCleary, Patty Lynn ...-......-...230 McClimans, Elizabeth M. s.....4-34 McClune, Cheryl Mae ......... -..506 McConnell, James R. .......c ..... ..506 McCormack, Jeffrey H. ....... ....... 387 McCormick, Lora Ann ..- .......... 209 McCormick, Marilyn G. ..... .......209 McCotter, Martha M. .......--....283 McCoy, Robert Lee ...-......-,....255 277 506 McCrea, Bruce Benton ..-.. McCulloch, Bruce L. ...-....- .... M243 McCulloch, Roderick D. .... -....264 McCullou h, Betty Jane .--.......23O McDermici Lucinda B. .......L...229 McDivirt, Dwight Wayne ...... McDowell, Bruce Basil ...... ..271 506 319, McDufl', Karen Jeanne ..... -..-...384 McElroy, Mary Ann .---.. 225. 384 McElroy, Robertta Lynn .......2B3 McGehee, Merrie Ann ......... ..-230 McGibbon, Alan Lee ............. -.-SO7 McGill, John Allen ......... ...l33, 136 McGlothlen, Richard L. ...c ..... -269 McGough, Merrilee Marr ..... .M386 McGraw, John Patrick .... 150. 243 Mcllroy, William D. ....... .........255 Mclnerney, Carl Haven ... ......... 278 Mclntire, Randy Barton .........-419 Mclntosh, Elizabeth R. ..............225 McIntosh, Lois Jean ..... ..... -..-...450 McIntyre, Cheryl Ann ... ...... -.,507 McKay, Michael Allen 2, .... ...... 2 77 McKean, Michael Craig ..... .... ...279 McKee, Susan Joan 2 ..... ..........217 38 , 507 McKeever, Anne M. .. ..... ... 2 McKenzie, Paul F Ill .,.. 22.2507 McKenzie, Thomas E. .-..........507 McKinley, Amy Louise ..... ........ 434 McKinney, Molly ........... -..-..-...23l McKinstry, Michael M. ..---...269 McLaughlin, John P. ..... .............255 McLaughlin, Michael S. ..........gg3 McLean, Marcia Ellen .-.. ......... 221 McLean, Roland Mackewn .--507 McLemore, Susan Lee .......,.......225 McLean, Linda Mallory -..... McLennan, Carol Ann ...........2l7 McLeran, Starr Elaine ....... .... ...382 McMahan, Jane Howard ..... -...229 McMahan, Mary Susan ...s ....... 501 McMahon, Dianne L. S. ... ...... 507 McMahon, James Patrick .. ...... -279 McMahon, Marjorie Kaye 226, 507 McMahon, William R. .-.245, 507 McMillan, Edward Neil ....... .....245 53 Piccolo, Emil R. ..............,,....... -.. 254, Polvogt, Linda Lucille ............... Robles, Enilda Maria ...... -... Onstad, Micheal Spencer 1 I Naiman, Ivan Sidney ,..... ..Z7l,508 Nakamura, Karen Mielco .......... 408 Nakamura, Kenneth James .... -1573, 8 Nakatsu, Ellen Matsue ..,.....,,.... 408 Nance, Cathrine ............. - ...... -...ZO9 Narigon, Nichola Ann ....,....,,... 4 34 Nassimbene, Judy Jo .......... 225, 508 Nathan, Jay Andrew ..,............... 282 Nathan, Shirley Ann - ......... 508 Nay, Keith Gerald ,... .... ,..-,.283 Ncluru, James Isoke ...., ...... ,. ...408 Nees, William Earl ...- ..........,.,.... 508 Nelcomoto, David Seiji Nelson, Nelson, David Lester .. .,... ... .,...... 275 Dennis Leroy -....-.......209 Nelson, Helene Scott -....,.. .,.., -..233 Nelson, Jerrie Sue ....,................... 508 Nelson, Jo Ann ....... -..- ...... - ....... 386 Nelson, Judith Ann ............ 218 229 Nelson, Karon Lee .... 22l,2Z7, Nelson, Linda Lee ...,.........,.. Nelson, Lonnie, Jr. ..,........ - ......... 245 Nelson, Richard Martin .... 245 508 Nelson, Sharon Louise ...... .a..,-50B Nelson, Toby Jane .,--.- ...... -......233 Nenno, Judith Carol .,.- ...l. 136, 231 Nepove, Kenneth Michael ........ 251 Nessland, Ronald Ole ..... ........... 436 Nethaway, Nancy Ann .... ,.227 Nerhcry, Martha Rae ....... - ......... 218 Neville. Joyce Jeannine .,.. ..... ..... 430 Newell, Catherine E. ....... .... ,...... 218 Newell, Steven Ray .................... 387 508 Newhouse, Nancy Ellen .221 Newkirk, Patricia Ann .,..... ......436 Newman, Dennis Ray ...,....... .-..508 Newman, Nancy Carol .........,.... 508 Newman, Susan Jo ..... , ..,,. , .....,..,.233 Newstead, Jane Sherwood ......., 209 Nichalson, Barbara Lynn ...... -..2l8 Nicholas, Stan Edward .... 253, 508 Nichols. Anne Charlotte ..,...,... 136 Nicholson, Byron, Jr. ........... .. ..... 277 Nicholson, Diane Kay ........... .....218 Nickle, William Lee .......... , Nicholson, Robert J. ......,..,...,...... 264 281 508 231 0 Nicolaus, Polly M. J. ....,.. . Niehus, Arlene Jeanne .... 5 8 ........,.434 Nielsen, James Anton ..,.... - ....... 266 N'l L l' M ., te sen, es ie . .-.. ...,........ -...408 Nielsen Michael Alan 389 508 Niemczbra, Mary Ann ....... Niemi, Richard Albert ..... .........277 Nigbur, Thomas James ..... ...... ...Z99 Nigro, Mariann .... L- .,..., .. ..., -....508 Niles, Bruce Kenneth ....... .........279 Nilson, Donald Eugene .,............ 510 Nilson, Jill Elise . ...... - ................... 227 Nilsson, John Frederick .............. 267 Nims, Christopher Grant .,..s.L255 Nissen, Kay Elaine ...-..-..-..-.....23l Nitschke, Joan Elwood .....,........ 233 Nixon, David Eager .......,.,. ....-...51O Nogg, Judith Ann -.- .... ...... - ...235 Noguchi, Lynn Amy ........ .. ..... -...480 Norby, Eric Seilset .........,...,....... .273 Nord, Peter Allen ...-- ..,.... 253, 319 Nordstrom, Dale R., Jr. ......... .-510 Noren, Mary Ellen Beth ..... -...233 Norman, Wayne Albert ,,.,..., -..Z69 Norris, James Scott .- .,......... ...... 3 21 Norton, Constance Ann ..........,. 209 Norvell, Katherine ..... ................. 227 Novak, Candyce Ann ..., - ..... -...434 Novak, Leo Charles, Jr. Nowell, George Chapman ...-..,28l ....-...422 O'Byrne, Mary Alexandra ...... 211 O'Connor, William E. ..... -..--.275 O'Donnell, William F. ,.... ..,,.. ...246 O'Donoghue, Kathleen A. ......,.154 O'Hare, Nicholas C. ......... .... -0173 O'K ff . I C. 209 ee e anet ........-.-....s... O'Keeffe Mar aret Ann 1 ------, -215 O'Mara, Patridlc Peter ........,.... -199 O,Neal, Kathleen Ann .... 197,209 Oakes, Nancy Ruth ..,. .. .............. 510 Oaks, James Palmer ............... --.510 Ober, Thomas Michael .....,........ 249 Oberg, Russell Earl .................... 387 Oberlander, Robin Dale ,,,... ...... 5 10 Obemdorf, Donald M. .... 137, 269 Oechsle, Joan Carol ...... --...--...406 Ogden, George Bryant ..,.. ....... -279 Ogden, Myrna Ann ...,........,....... 510 Ogino, Yoshifumi ....... .. ....... 408, 510 Ogle, James Holmes .................... 254 Okada, Mary Jane Chiyo ......, Oliver, John Robert ..l15, 421, Olsen, Robyn Dale ...-...- .... Olson, Allan Roy ...s.137,244, Olson, Constance Joanne 229, Olson, Dennis Ralph ....., ...... Olson, Eugene Randall ......... M273 Olson, Gloria June ....,....... 231,414 Olson, Kathryn Adele ...- ..,...... 229 Olson, Norman Arnold Olson, Roy G. ..... a ....... s ..,.,. 269, Oman Elton Leroy ..... ..... Opdylce, T. William ....... -..---.Z45 Orlin, Susan Kay ....-...434 Omdoff, David Keith ........... --.510 Omstein, Jerry ....... -..s.... ............. 510 Ortega. James Joseph ......,.... -...319 Ortiz, Carlos Edwardo ...... 275, 510 Ortmaye r, Carol Kay ........ 435, 510 Osborn, Dorothy Carol .............. 229 Osborn, William Clint ..... ......... 246 Osborne, Louise S, ........... , ...... .... 2 Z7 Osborne, Samuel Cooper ..... -..253 Head Photographer Bill Ragland: University Life, Royoliy, Poceseiiers, Greeks, Swimming, Trock, Residences, Orgonizorions, Seniors. -eu- .ti Osher, John Charles ......... Osmer, Ruth Lillian ........, Ossola, Thomas William . Osterkamp, Judith Ann Otte, Gerald Walter ......, - Otto, John Gerald ..,...,.. -... Overholt, Stephanie E. .... . Overlees, Frances M. ........ . Overton, Patricia Ann ...,. Owen, Jenna Louise .......... Owens, Judith Ann S. ..., . Owens, Linda Lorraine ....... Owens, Patricia Jean Ozaki, Martha Masako ..... Ozzello, C. .......,.................... . Pack, Marsha ... ..... ,... ...... . Packard, Barbara Lois ....... Pahl ose h McCaule . J rv v ----- Pahls, John Bernard, Jr. Paju, Anne ............,.. -. .,., ..., . ....-...279 ...,...,233 .......-527 ....-...Z25 ...,...,.51O 297. 404 . ...,.... 209 .........51O ..,...,.2l8 226, 510 .........227 ...,.....2Z1 ,........510 0 .........281 ....-...ZI 5 .........217 ,........255 10 0 Palermo, Wanda Jean ....,........... 387 Palmer, Edward Emery II Palmer, Margaret Diane Palmer, Marvin Miles Palmer, Michael John ....... 251. 510 .........3Sl 51 1 ...,,....Z5l 229 Palmer, Terry Ann ........... - ......... Palmetier, Patricia A. ............. , 279 405 Palmquist, Raymond B. Pankonin, Suzanne .........,... 146, 511 ....,....267 1 Parfct, Janie Williams ................ 225 Paris, Donald Keith ....... .... Park, Agnes Anne ............... .........297 ..,......ZZ5 145 Parker, Eugene J. ...,..,. 108, 257 Parker, John Edward ll5, 419 421 Parker, Patricia A. .........,............ 511 Parks, Ann Bradford .,................ 215 Parmentier, Roger David .......... 241 Parrish, Oliver Nelson .............. 264 Parrish, Peter Tor ..................... -.5Il Parry, Patricia Willson , ..... 217 511 Pasternack, Cyril Ann ...- ........... 450 Pasternak, Sharlene ...- ..........,.... 235 Pate, Jacquelyn Sue ............ 115 511 Pate, Kathleen ......,.. ............. 2 25 Pate, Meredith ....,,....,.. ............. Z 25 Pate, Myrna ...,... - .......,................... 217 Parla, John Michael ...- ......, 387 511 Patrick, Gail Ann ................ 215 511 Patrick, Sally ...........,..............,..... 225 Parree, Anne Lupton .....,............ 229 Patterson, James Wayne ....... -...3ZO Patterson, Kathleen R. .............. 209 Patterson, Patricia L. .ss ............. Patterson, Rebecca Hope ..382, Patton, Ann Osbom 0146, 229, Patton, Talca Lea ..... Paul, Gregory Stephen .. Paul, Janice Mary .. ..... ..... Paulson, Karyn Marie . Pavlica, Suzanne ........... Payne, Carol Anne .......... Payne, Douglas Cecil ...... 511 434 273 3 ...........51l ...........386 .......-...229 273 Pazour, Noel Kent .....,................ 511 Peabody, Anne Jordan .....,........ 231 Peacock, Philip Keith .... Pearse, Steven Craig ...... ...- ....... 51 1 ....,.,,,...2-19 Pearson, Darryl Lee ..................., 419 Pearson, Penelope Leigh .......,.... 225 Pearson, Steven Ephraim .......... 245 Peck, Nancy Jane ...L .............., .... 2 31 Pecka, Jeffrey Lynn ...- ................. 269 Pedersen, Richard T. .................. 525 Pedotto, Judeth Darlene ............38l Pedrick, Marion Madolin ...,..... .511 Pegler, David Russel ...,.. Pehrson. Marilyn Kay .... 1 ............22l Penney, Kenneth Bryce .............. 225 Perini, David Alfred ...... Perkin, Michael Graham Perlmutter, Steven B. Perotri, Charlotte T. ..... . ..,.........297 .....,....275 .......,....Z67 ............436 Perrin, Kathleen Grice ,...... ....... 2 27 Perry, Carol Ann ................... -...Z29 Perry, David Cook ....,............ -.,.300 Perry, Paul Edward ............ 269,511 Perry, Stephen Michael .............. 269 Perry, William Guy ...,,......,...,.. .,273 Perry, William Robert .,.....,....,... 330 Persichitte, John A. ..................,. 241 Persky, Jacob ....................,........,.... 133 Peters, Robert LeRoy .................. 268 Petersen, Marcia Ann .......,........ 4 36 Petersen, Robert Scott ................ 279 Petersen, Suzanne ...ms .,........ -...231 Peterson, Carol Ann ..,. .....,........ Z 33 Peterson, David Lyle .................. 419 Peterson, Larry W. ....... . .... -...249 Peter, John Charles ,,.,,..,......, L... 249 Petrovich, Ellen Gail 511 Petrus, Joseph Hodson ................ 422 ' 267 209 229 Peuser, Kim Robert ......,,............ Pflager, Paula Louise .... .......... Pflueger, Kristin Elise ,,,. ..,. ,..... . . Phelps, Charlene Kay 235 Phelps, Leslyn Peterson .......... 511 Phifer, James Ray .......... .......... 2 '15 Phillip, Jacqueline Ann .511 .511 Phillips, Eleanor Carol ..... ...., Phillips, James Watts .511 .472 Phillips, Mark Richard .,,,.,.,.,,,. Phillips, Phillips, Phillips, Penny Marie ...,. ...... .... Phillips, Randall Buren Phillips, Phippen, Joyce Kay ....... - ....... L.. Michael C. ...W .... .245 Ruth Jane .......... ffflffff Christine Ann .. ...,. .,. .472 511 .233 .277 .512 .219 .450 Phippeny, Karen Jean Phipps, Nancy Jo ............ Pickens, Thomas H., Jr. ...,....., . .384 .269 .527 Piehl, Kathy Lee ........... .. ........... 146 Piel, Margaret Christie ...... .512 512 Pierce, Frank Lee III ................. 428 Pierce, Lynda Kay .............. .472 512 .434 Pierce, Sharon Marie .... - ........... Piersel, Wayne Charles ,..,. ........, 281 Pieser, Benjamin A. .......- 137. 282 Pikarsky, Kurt Alan a.- ....,..... -.-253 136 273 Piken, Bradley Eliot .......... Pinkerton, Robert ,S. ..r,....,, 251, 512 Pitman, Janet Knight ,..,,.. ,, ...... 380 Pittsinger, Gerald W. ....... .. ....... 512 Planrz, Lawrence Allan ..,...,..,.. 292, 289. 297 Plattner, Susan Lee -. .... , ........,.... 235 Plog, Christine Mary ........,,,,.,.., Pochelon, M. Kristin .,,- ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 36 ,431 Podolsky, Donald M. ...a .......,.. .419 Poe, Susan Maria ..,- .,.., ,,.,. ...... ,221 Pofahl, Cheryl Marion .... ...... - ..215 Poley, Barbara Ann .,..,,..,.....,,,,,, 434 Polish, Joseph M., Jr. .,.,,.. , .,,,,.. 319 Polumbus, Richard T. ........ -.... 137. 297 .283 Pomeranz, Frederic H. ...,............ 264 Pomeranz, Gary Allen ......,,,,,,,,,, 265 Pomeranz, Ronald Alvin .......... 264 Ponce, Gonzalo R. ,...386, 406, Ponder, Thomas Anderson ...... 277 Pontifl, Penny Jean ........,,.... ...,..,38O 512 Popovich, John E., Jr. .,.,.,,,,,,,.,,, 512 Porreco, Richard P. .W ,,,,... ,,,,,, , 244 Porter, Allen Bailey ,....,., W .,,,,,,,. 245 Porter, Carol Jeanne .......... 219 382 Porter, Priscilla Jane .......... Porte r, Thomas Howard 430 r '512 ............299 Portice, Patrick Jay ..,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 253 Porrschi, Dale Leroy , ,,,,,,,,,,, M512 Porrz, Patricia J. ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 512 Potzak. Glenn Edward . ..... 136 279 Posner, Jon Edward .,- ......... -.....512 Posner, Robert Lance ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,26'l Posorske, Connie Jeanne 221 512 Pospisil, Helen Rose .......... 219 512 Post, Robert Russell, Jr. .......... 512 Post, Suzanne Kay ...s ......... 231 512 Potter. Samuel Bert ..............,..... 245 Pounds, Karen .,.- ........ ,,.,,,,, , N221 Powell, Jill Anne ,,.,.,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,, 411 Powell, Kathleen Anne .............. 383 Powell, Lucy Jane ,,,, .,.,,,.,,,, 217 414 Powell, Patrick Walter ....... - ..... 249 Powell, Robert H. W. ........... -...245 Powell, Sheila Jeanne ....... .380 Powell, Valerie Joan .........,,....... 227 Prangle Yr Joy Lynn ...- ....,............ 225 Prentice, Rodney Earle .............. 512 Prenriss. Andrew Arthur .......... 277 Prentup, Frank Dalton .............. 338 .217 Prestley, Barbara W. - ...,..,..,..... Preston, James F. . .... .... .. ........51Z Prevedel, Mary C. ,...,., , ,,.,,,,,,,,,, 217 Price, Laura Elizabeth ................ 218 Price, Phyllis Alois ...................,.. 219 474 PriCC, Richard Kim ............ Z .512 Price, Tunney Lee .........,,,,.,,, M., Priest, Gary Lee .......................... -277 .243 .389 Pringle, Charles Clarke ....... - .... Prior, Francis Joseph ................. Prior, Nancy Jane ,,,,,,,,,,, N ,,,,,,,,,, .434 .......-...Z33 Pfizer, Margaret Helen ,,,, ,,,.,,,,, 512 Proctor, Christine Ann ,.,,,,,,,,,,, Prudhomme, Joel Aubrey ......... Pruett, Charles Michael ........... Pritchard, Marilynne A. Prull, Dale Eugene ................,.... Pryor, Donald Michael ............. Puckett, Sara Chappell ............, Pudim, Robert Arthur ............... Pulver, Frank James II ...-..-... .434 .245 .297 .419 .136 .227 .151 153. 512 .219 273. Purcell, Judie Colleen ...H ,... Quade. Susan Elizabeth .......... Quest. Ellen Louise ..,, ,, .,.-,,s,, Quick, Georgia Marie -225 .414 .231 .386 Quiggle, Jeffrey S. .,,,,,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,, , Quinn, Donald Michael Quirk, William Edward ......,,... Quist, Sharon Suzanne ...- ..... .512 .277 .231 .299 Racine, William Patrick .........., Radovich. George Danic l .,........ 338 Ragland, William H. Jr. ..ll6, 428, 429, 430. 512, 538, 539 Rajala, Lvnnette L. ...............,.,,. 227 .251 Ralston, Charles Allen ...- .... -.. Ralston, Sandra Kay ,....., - ..,,,, , Ramsey, Edward Allen ......... -. ,217 .512 Ramsey, George Clinton ...,...... 429 Ramunno, Irene J. ....... .. ...,......... 512 Randall, John William ..,..... .,-.512 Randolph, Anne .. .,.....,, -.,,,,,,,,,225 .381 Randolph. Karen Dee ..........,.... Rankin, Gordon Bruce .........,... Ransome, Robert Leslie .... - ...... 279 .512 Rappeport, Lawrence R. ...- Rashbaum, Stephan Allen Rasmussen, Jeffrey E. ...... Rasmussen, Peter Linn ...... Rathburn, Ann Ryals ........ Ratliff, Ann Carolyn . .,...... . Ray, Karleen Phyllis Raymond, Jeffrey Mead .... Read, Richard Duane .... -.. Read, Steven Harry .... .... ,... Reavis, Thomas J. .......-,...... Rebich, Michael S. ........... . Redaini, Saleh M. ....... .. .... . Redman, Michael Dorr ...... Reed, Charles Edward .. .,... Reed, John Patrick , ....,. ..,... Reed , S ylvester Lucien ...-. Reed, Thomas Allen .....,..... Reed, Thomas Joseph, Jr. Rees, Jack Quentin ..........r.. Reese, Juliet Richmond .,... Reeves, Courtney Lea ........ Rehbein, Suzanne L. ......, -, Reich, Robert Alan .......-... Reichard, Cynthia M. ....... . Reichman, Donald Harry 146 Reid, William Lloyd .......... Reiland, Barbara Gail ,. ...... Reimann, Lothar Rudolf .. Reinking, Victor W, ............... . Reiter, Larry Leon ...,... -..- ..... Remedi, James John .... - ....... ..... Replin, Judy Elaine ,..- ,..... .... . .. Replin, Stephen David ...- .... Reseigh, Judith Ann ...- ....,... Reuter, Theodore R. ....... Revrs, Thomas ...............,............ Reynolds, Ricky Roberts .. ........ Reynolds, Sidney Lee H. . ..... .. Reynolds, Thomas Vaughn .... Rhode, Cynthia Jean ,........,. -... Rhodes, Donald Alan ........ Rhodes, Judith Ann ............ Rhodes, Robe rt Dell ...-.-.. Rhodes, Roland B., Jr. ...... Rhudy, Shirley Ann ..,........, Riboulet, Colette J. - ...,...... Rice, Judith Elaine ....... .. ..... Richardson, Charles T, ........... .. Richardson, Thora P. ...- .... Richmond, Mark Robert - ...., .... Richmond, Suzanne Lea ...,.. .-. Rickena, Linda Lee Amy ...,.... Riddoch, Barrie Lee .................. Riedesel, Elizabeth K. ........... ,, Riegel, Marla Lou ....., ........ l 51 Riegsecker, Marvin Dean - ..... - Riggenbach, Rodney K. ....... ... Riggs, Larry Paul .......- .......... ..... Riggs. Marshall Terry ,...... - ..... Riggs, Thomas B., Jr. ...-...257 Right, Riley, Riley, Rima. Rime n Richard Harris ...c ...... Bruce Glen ...- ...... ..........- Carol Ann ....... - ....... 221 William Henry III ...... Martha Jane 1, ............ 221 Ringenberg, Michael C. Ringer, Charles Judd, Jr. . Ripmaster, Joel David ...... Risner, Michael Thomas . Rittenhouse, R. Suzanne .- Rittenhouse, Sally I. .......- Ritzenthaler, John G., Jr. Robbins, Claire Lynn 209, 384 Robbins, Frederick A. II H419 Robbins, Margaret M. ....... . Robbins, Patricia H. ...-.....- Roberts, Christeen E. ...,... . Roberts, Hugh Boyce .......... Roberts, Karen Ann ..- ..... . Roberts, Ruth A. Hall ...,,. Roberts, Roberts, Ryan Terrett ....... - William J. III ...... Robertson, Alice Ota ........ Robertson, Bruce Allen ..... Robertson, Leslie Lois .... -,. Robinett, Robinson Jean Louise ........ 231 Gerald ................ Robinson: Hilarie Lynn ..... Robinson, Jacquelyn D. ...- Robinson James Lee ...... -.... Robinsonl Jerry William -275 Robinson , Peter Alfred .. ,... Robinson, Philip Wilson .. Robinson Robinson Robison, , Taylor ................. - , Toby V. .. ............ Linda Carol ....,... Rodell, Eileen Maria Roemer, Olivet P. III .- ..... Rotzel, Sally Ann ..---......23l Rogala, Kenneth Alan ...... Rogers, Charles Curtis ...... Rogers, Faith Elaine ...L ..... .. Rogers, James Arthur .. ... Rogers, Kathryn Ann ......... Rogers, Nancy Karen ...... Rogers, Whitney Alan ....... Rohmann, Richard Edward Roland, Bernhard .... ........ ... Rolander, Carl Arthur ..-.. Rom, William N., Jr. 1, .... 275 Romeo, Vicki Lynne .......,.. Romine, Jane Elizabeth ..... Romine, Michael William Romel, Jane Ross ...... 137, 225 Rooke, Elmer David .....,... K Rods, Leslie Dianne ..... -..... Rose, Sherri Lynn Rosebraugh, Linda Lou .,,- Rosen, Jane Carolyn ...... -.- Rosen, Paula Sue ............. -... Rosen, Stephen Alan ..... ..... Rosenbloom, James P. ........... ..,.. 3 29 Rosentrater, Gary Lee .....,. ---...527 Roseth, Kathryn Faye ........... -1.1436 Roshek, Lorraine ...,.A.. - ........... -...233 Roshkind, Thomas P. ...... 5 533 32, Ross, David Randall ............. -...245 Ross, Elizabeth Ann ...- ...Y........... 231 Ross Harold Grant .,.................. 253 Ross Linda Rae ....... - ...........Y..... 434 Ross, Pamela ..- ...,.,..,...... -.1.225, 513 Ross, Sarah I-lenshaw .....,. - ....... 231 Ross, Stephen Michael ......,....... 269 Rossitcr, Frederick E. . ....... Rossman, Janet Elaine ...-. Roten, Laura Ann .......... Rotenberg, Myra E. ...-. Roth, Anne Kathleen ........ Rouse, Richard Stephen - ..- .... 255 ....-.434 .....-...--383 .....-..--382 ..-...1219 265, 386 ....-.1513 Rowe, Russell Paul .... -.. Rowe, Steven Frank -.- ..... Rowe, Susan Sherwood Rowland, Jane Ellen --....-...-.-380 Royer, Galen Bruce ...... Rucker, Kathleen Beth Rudd, Kenneth Allen ...- ........... 258 Rudolph, Bemard M. ................ 251 Rudy, Michael David ...- ....... ..., 2 99 Rueclcert, Frederick K. .....-.311 ......-136 ......-420 ........137 .-.- ........ 277 ..311 Rui, James Francis .......... Rugtiv, Susan Irene ....... - ....... 221 Ruisch, Barbara Diane ...,..... -...209 Rule, William Charles .......,. -...245 Runstrom, Nancy Jean ......... --.434 Runyan, Craig Stephen ............ 301 Ruppe, Roger Dean .-- ............... 253 Rushlau, Marjorie Ann B ... ..... .1227 Russell, Louise Ruth ...-......-...-399 Ruston, Robert Matthew ... Ruterbories, Ronald R. ..... -.. .... 515 Ruth, Daniel Howard ........... -...297 Rutherford, Ann ...- ..... ....... .,,. - . ..22l Rutledge, Marvin D. Rutt, Constance Gay ........ Ruttenbaum, Steven R. .. L.-255 -.-....515 209. 515 106, R an ohn Thomas 515 Ryan, Jane Louise ...- .......... ---...207 319 227 y , J ....... - ........... Rygel, Sandra Jane ......... Shirley, Linda Jo ....,. 116, 213, Sabatino, Louis William ...... --297 Sabich, Stefan R. .,,.........,....... --314 Sabo, John William III ...-..-1-419 Sachter, Ellen Harriet ..,....,,.. --235 Sachter, Estelle Ruth ......... -..-...235 Sachter, Judy E. ...- ............ -..-...235 Sackse, Jeanne Lavera M. .--...219 Sadler, Chester James ....... - ....... 421 Saclok, Dianne Sande ....... ....--.152 Saffier, Donna Kay ..- ...... ----210 Salazar, John Albert ......... 1. ....... 269 Salten, Jean Marion ...... --382, 515 Saltmarsh, Lois Ann -..- .... 97 233 Sampson, William D. ........... -...253 Sandblom, Gary Paul.-. ...-..-...515 Sandknop, Ellen Ann ,..,... -. ...... 4 36 Sandoe, Anne Leah ........... ......-.209 Sandrin, Christine A. .... - .......... 227 -1 ...... 527 Sandt, Katherine Ann ......... -...225 408 515 Sandstead, Morris W. ...... . Sano, Joel Akashi . .,.. L.-... : Sano, Lorraine Michiko 2408, Santos, Olivia M. -.-..- ..,. ...-.-. 515 -406 215 Sargent, Patty Snowden ....... -... Sato, Norman Tadao .......... -.--.409 Sato, Richard Kyoji ......,..,. -..--.419 1.215 515 Sato, Theresa Tsuruko ...... - .... Sauvain, Claude, J., Jr. .... 428, Savage, Frances Jean -.-..- ...... 1 Savage, Larry Neal -428, 429 Savage. Thomas V. ...- ......... Savarese, Nancy Ruth .....r 386, 231 ..227 515 ..249 515 Savidge, Gretchen .. ....... -... 515 Sawyer, Jacqueline .....,................ 207 Sawyer, Karyn Elizabeth ....---412 Sawyer, Susan Elizabeth -207, 515 Sayell, Jane Ann ...- ..... - ,............. 219 Sayner, Candace Barr ................ 214 Scanlan, Patrick Lee ............. --.387 Scarth, A. ........... .-- ......, ..,,,.,,.. - 11.309 Scatuorchio, Merlyn C. Scatuorchio, Pamela M. -.233 ...233 Scena, Christopher M. - ........... 330 Schaefer, Lowell Thomas ...-..419, 422, 515 Schaffner. Barbara Dee .... - ...... 382 Schatz, Cheryl Laura . ....... 136, 221 Scheer. Sylvia ....,.. - .......... - ........... 215 Schenk, Paul Vernon ....... --.---515 Scheuer, Ralph H. .... 137, 271, 515 Schidler, Robert .--- ...,,.,.,... - .,,..,, 320- Schields, Gail Ann ......... - .,... H...138 Schiller, Irwin Ojr ......... -... ....-1.297 Schlack, Gregory Kyle ......... ...-267 Schlappe, Robert Dean ....... -...419, 420. 515 Schlechten, Carol Tracy .. Schlenker, Paul Robert .11-1 ..266 Schleppenbach, Frank X. Schlimme, Charlene E. ...---...434 Schlutter, William D. ...-..- ..... ..2S5 221 Schmidt, Beverly Anne .... Schmidt ......-209 .1---275 1. ........ 422 , Jack Robe rt ........... --.338 515 Schmidt, Nancy Lynne .... 215, Schmidt, Ifaul Clarence ............ 275 Schmidt, Susan E. ...- ............... -150 Schmittgen, Nancy . ............ . ......-436 Schmitz, Marjorie Ann ............ 283 Schneider, Cynthia M. ........,..... 450 Schneider, Lowell Scott Schneider, Paula Lynn ...... Schneidetman, Margo Ann .. ...... 253 Schnitl-ter, James M. ...- .... --...- Schock, Steven Kirtland 1. 40 217 ...-.235 297 243 Schodde, Sandra Jean ...-..- ...... .233 Schoendaller, Jean Ann ...-..-111426 Schopf, Clifford W. .................... 275 426 Schopf, Susan 1-- ............ -.-387, Schreiner, John Chamber ........ 279, 320. 387 Schroeder, Blythe Ann ......... -...227 Schroeder, John Philip 1 ........ -...515 Schroeder, John Stephen Schuhmacher, Robert E. 249, 279 Schuler, James Edgar ..... -...-.--.263 Schumacher, Pamela Sue ...--.221 ......-..3B7 Schurman, Donald Paul ...-..-...387 Schurrnan, Carl Michael Schutt, Laura Jo ....... - ................. 233 Schwartz, Ann Deimel ......... --.211 Schwartz, Cerie Lee ............... .-.1235 -:ge 'rr will -igrlg Slim i" P Fi" - ,el 'es iilii 'iz all iv Wren ig . S 'ft W me 5. 3 ' ' as - gs fee. is is ce, .ts , gi. H a ,. swirl U . P 1 A .r - ...W t ,,, Se .sis f . 9' .f .as -1. ii Schwartz, Chester P. ........ 429, 515 Schwartz, Clifford Paul ............ -271 Schwartz, John Bradford .......... 253, 515 Scilley, Hugh Mason .................. 527 Sclaroff, Allen .... - ........... - ........... 271 Scordo, John Joseph Il ................ 281 Scott Scott Scott Scott , Heather Ann ...- ............... 515 515 , John Clifford , Joseph Leonard . .... . , Judith Maxwell ...... 263, 136, 263 .....-...515 515 420 Scott, Karen Joan ...................... 1. Scott, Robert K. ..................... -... Scott Scott Scrib , Ronald Robert ................ 289, 297 , Thomas l-larold ...... a, Robert Sanders .... 292, ...11.-.1279 .....-...404 I Earl. .a- .H - ses. . rf ' as Fw.. Sribner, Nancy V. .... -...-.-...-... Seaman, John Merrill ...- ........ Searcy, Sarah Frances ................ Seaver, Linda Elaine .-- ........ -... Seeberg, Leslie Dumas Seely, Fred Throp ....... -. Seeman, Sonja Louise ...- ........ Seibold, Katherine L. 1 ..,... ...- Sekiya, Brenda Yukiye 408, Selbre, David Bruce ..... - .,...,.,...,, Selders, Thomas Earl ... ............ 1 Sellers, Letitia Jane ...-. Sellgren, Arthur Oscar Seppa, June Kathryn ....,... 1...-1.1, Serkowski, Robert J, ,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,. ,, Setchell, Robert Earle ...... 108, 207 419 231 515 380 277 215 219 515 243 474 217 515 434 421 319 227 Sexton, Margaret Joan ...... Shelley, Peter Alan ...-..- ...,..... -319 Shellworrh, Sandra XV. .............. 515 Shelton, Marianne ...................... 225 Shepard, Richard Keith ...-...-515 Shephard, Connie Jo ............... - ....... Shepherd, Anne Elaine - ..... -1-217 Sheppard, Sharron L. J. ............ 515 Sheridan, Mary C. Kay ............ Sherman, Judith Anne .1 ....... -11. 382 515 Sherman, Marcia Arlene 1. ........ 227 398 Shewitz Kenneth Mark -2 . 71. Shewmaker, Jo Renee ........ ---. Shicora, Mary Lynn ...-..- ....... Shigeta, Larry Takeshi .... -409, Shinn, Jerry Floyd -.--- ..., Shipman, Gyanne Ruth .... --... Shippey, John Hanson .............. , 1 233 :ca 515 355 nl: 279 Silverberg, Cathey B. ....... 11 Silverman, Irwin Stuart ..1- .... -.427 Simeral, Joan Blair ...- ....... .-1 .2 1 ..--4-6 Simmons, Larry Eldon ..... - ....... 516 Simmons, Martha E. .1 ..,... 431 516 Simms. Judith, Josephine ..... -1-336 Simon, Jay Stiefel ......... -1 ....... -1-267 Simon. Joan Sheryl ............ .... .... 2 2 1 Simpson, Katherine D. .............. 516 Simpson, Nancy Anne 1-.3S3, 156 Sims, William James .............,.... 516 Simson, Dorothy M. ...-.1.--1.1.-516 Singer, Daninl Louis ,.- ....., -. ..... 419 Singer, Eric Sherman ...- .........,. 319 Singer, Midge Aline ..---.-...-'16 Singer, Paul Dennis ..... ......... Sishower, Elaine S. ...., -..- .... .. 7-1 , 'l 3 -Q .469 516 e .-as 3 ' Q,- 5128 Seydcl, 'Frederick Kurtz '1 114, 2. 241, 4 1 Seymour, Jane Louise ....... ......... 2 07 Seymour, Richard Lee ................ 418 Shaffer, Michael Lee .... ...1...-.251 Shafner, Elayne Frances ............ 235 Shaleen, Kenneth Harry Shannon, Jeanne Marie Shattuck, Vera May T. Shaw, Florence Drake .. Shaw, Kathryn Jane ...... 515 434 ..1.........436 ....1.....22l Shaw, Margo Lynn ...-..- ............. 515 Shaw, Stanley Ingram ....... - ....... 515 Shealor, David Daisley Shear, Ronald Howard Sheldon, Alexander Ill Shellabarger, Janet Lee .1 ............ 269 515 233 Shonkwiler, Robert T. ..... .. ...... . Shontz, Sharon Louise ...-.......... Shore, Bonnie Alene .,..... Short, Carol Gay ........... Shovlain, Elaine Ann ....... ---.- Shreve. Sara Ann' ........... Shriver, Allen Keith .................. Shrout, Archie Raoul, Jr. - ...... -.fflf I .,,.,,, . . '1 H'-' 1 , . -ll,-V 515 255 221 515 515 515 233 419 515 Shull, Philip Lee .......................... 245 Shults, Bruce Leland ...-...-119, 515 Shwayder, Diane R. ..,... .-.2 , 515 Sidwell, Dave Scott ...... .............. 2 97 Sidwell, Steven Dunn ...... 2 299 Siefett, Karen ......................... - ..... 515 Sienknecht, Steven B. ................ 279 Sigafoos, Richard V. ...- ............ .516 ' .1 L vet. 1 , W . :'fesrsikq"eau - 47' 'v-1-LQ' ie-- .ss-.1 W V Z1 A -...r . ... 2, .. ...-.Iva , 1- --. , - .. 1 - 4. wi tw. ,. .F , ..,, 1. - .1 -. . .i t ,. -Q- ' 'i-Shui .5'l.1'q' '-2954-31 is fi? :eb-' - -A- . K V sf. 5 -rt '-,.g1 , . 5 .,". 'i ,r .J ,- '-1' l "'l 'e'i 0-.fi -an .- h sen are , ,r . . 1-.7iT'Q 12 , . - ' ' . 'J' K . Y , i .3 271 s. Phoio by Wollrob. Sisk, Charles Langford .... 269, 516 Siras, Linda Gail ....... - .......... -M516 Siu, Elfredia Cecilia .................. -119 Six. Jonni L, 11 ......... ...... - ....... 9 5 233 Sixkiller, Mary Ellen ....... - ...... 434 Skaer, Susan Eli:abeth .... -- ...... 207 Skattum, Knut Sverre ................ 516 Skeer, Berkley Jane ...L .... ..-.-1.1210 Slceeters, Yffilliam G. -.. - ...... 263 Slack, Betty Dorothy 1..-...- ..... ...40-l Slatkin, Walter 1 ..1...1 - ......1... 271 Slee, Andrew James .. ....... -... 2 SleDDY. Donald Eugene .- .... -... Sley, Betsy Ann ...-...-.--...211 516 5'7 516 516 Sloan, John Michael ...- 1.1........1. 275 Sloan, Patricia Colleen ............ 219 Smail, Janet Margaret ......... --.225 Smart, Marijean Lenora .... ...... 2 17 Smay, John William ..... .. .....,,.... 421 .389 Vellenga, Perer ,larretr ........... - Vincenr, Patricia D. ....... - ...... .. Srniih, Sroclcing, Daniel Duane .243 Stovall, William Arrhur .,..,..... 429 Smiley, Donald Scort ................ 241 Smiley, Mary Katherine .......,.. N136 Smillie, Frances Drury ..,........... 219 Smirh, April Elaine ....,.......,,...... 516 Smith, Carolyn Colwcll 383, 516 Smith, David Albert ..............., 255 Smith, David Sterling ................ 266 Smith, Deborah Kaye .,.............. 214 Smith, Dirk Merritt .................... 419 Smith, Douglas Luther ,,,... ........ 5 16 Smith, Gary Joseph .,...,....,.,....... 263 Smith, Geoffrey Leigh ...,.. 255, 314 Smirh, George E., jr. ....,.,...,,.... 516 Smith, jill Adrienne ..........,,.,.,.. 516 Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smirh, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smirh, ,lo Carol .,.....,..,.....,......., M382 john Mark .,.......,....... ,...277 Kenneth Robert .,.......... 516 Lee Ann . ....i....... -.. ....,.... 516 Leslie Jean .....,...... 383, 516 Linda ,lo Ann ...- ........... 516 Martin Glenn ........Z7l, 516 Nancy Hartwell .......... 516 Pamela Ann ............... -..A34 Robert Emmett .......,...,.. 241 Ronald Herbert ..... Sally E. Wills ...... Stuart Allen .,,..,,. Sue Marguerite .... Victor Alan Vlilliam Charles .........141 516 ......-..265 387 6 .....273 Smitherman, Donna A. ...-..-...583 Smolski, Margaret Jean ............ 434 Smurney, ,lo Anne ...................... 516 Snider, joel Mayfield ................ 421 Snorrland, Carol Jean ...- ........... 227 Snow, Frances Pavloff ................ 516 Snow, Shirlyn Susan ........ 382, 516 Snyder, Paul ..... ..................,,......... 527 Snyder, Sue Ann ....... - ............... 209 Snyder, Susan Hilary ............... .209 Sobel, Sandra Franklyn ............ 516 Socha, Doris Jeanne ............. -...5l6 7 Sacha, Frances Jane .................... S16 416 Soderbreg, Harry Axel ........... Soenlcsen, Patsy Kay ........227, Socha, Gregory Ernest ...... 4.1, ...267 414 Sohbi, Hassan Abdo .................. 475 Sollcnberger, Janet I. ...........,.... 516 Solma, Nancy Miller ...- ............. 137 Somer, Gerald Lee ................. -...516 516 Sophonpanich, Chai ..... ..... 4 29, Soreide, David C. ....... - .......... M241 Sorrenrino, Rolly James ..406, 516 Soromayor, Luis Diego A. ...-...406 Spadi, Ronald Lee .... ............. .....277 Spangenberg, Susan L. ...a ........ .207 Spaniel, Linda Gail ...- ...... - ....... 512 51 Sparks, Anne Lana C. ...... 217, Sparling, Christine .... -.. ........ -...221 Spear, janet Lee ........ -c .............. 225 Speirn, Russell Robb ....... -. ...... 263 Spence, Sally lean ..... ..,.. ............ 5 15 Spencer, CurrisW, III ....... -.......265 Spencer, Donald M. .................. 430 Spencer, Lelah Rebber .............. 518 Spencer, Phillip Alvin ................ 518 Spencer, Thomas Robert .......... 518 Sperling, John Runkel .............. 243 Sperling Sheldon R. ...- .............. .282 Speziale, Karen ............... -..-..-...233 Spiering, Robert Edward .- ....... S18 Springsron, Gregory A. ............ 297 Spute, Marguerite E. ........ 105 510 St John, Robert Lyon Stafford, Karen E. ...- ...... .143 Stage, Alan Frederick 518 . ............. 283 Stahl, Sandra Joyce ......... -..-...2l1 Srahlhuth, Sally Jean ...... - 233,518 Smiley, Robert Victor a.. ...... -2277 Stamm, Paul John .................... 279 Stamper, James Neil ......-- .... .249 Stam fli Wendell I' ......... ..,.... . .153 Stamgs,lIohn Elbert .................. 518 Stancyk, Stephen Edward ...... 137 Stunger, Sharon Linda ....... -...518 Staniewski, Francine A. .,.,...... 227 Stapleton, Edward 1. ...... 384 518 Stapp, Marjorie M. .................. 219 Starcevich, Jupdirh Ann ...... -215 Stark, David XVilliam ...........,.. 263 Srurr, Cheryl Lynn .................. 217 Startzman, Lynn Dorothy ........ 380 Stasica, Carolyn Jane .-- ......... -518 Stasica, Michael John .............. 518 Staub, Henry Wallace, ,lr Sread, Kimberly Ann Steffen, Wendy Lee ..... - ........ . ...... 277 518 ......227 3.381 Steider, Kristen Kay ................ 434 Steicrt, James Thomas ............ 251 Stein, Gale Victoria ........ 210 518 r Stein, Sheila Anne .- ................. 215 Steinberg, Srephen N. .....,.... . ...271 Steineger, Charles III .............. 136 518 Steiner, Dennis Michael ..267, Sreinforth, Robert E. ..........,..... 277 Stemmons, John M., Jr. 25l,386, 518 Stemple, Richard John ............ 269 Srenzel, William George .......... 4 19 Stepanovich, Donald ................ 255 Stephens, Darlene M. .......... -..225 Stephens, Marsha Lynne ........ 207 Stephenson, John F. ,... , ..........., 297 Srermlon, Elaine Loise .... 383,519 Stcrnberg, Carol Ann .,............ 215 Stcrnberg, Daniel Paul ........,... 519 Sternberg, Terry James .......... ,279 Sterner, Karin Barbara ....... 217 Sterrerr, Barbara Rurh .............. Srerler, Patricia Gay ........ 227, Stevens, Douglas Bruce ............ 227 519 268 Stevens, Mark Easrlake ............ 281 Stevens, Robert James .............. 387 Stevens, Stanley Scozr - ............ 253 Srewurr, Donna ,lay .... - ............ 219 Stewart, Frances Louise ..1lS, 2556 l Stewart, Mary Kay .......... 225 Stewart, Pamela jo .................... 434 Srewarr, Richard B., Jr. .519 Srcwarr, Timorhy Lord ...... ...... 2 69 Srewarr, William Duane ........ 429 Srirling, Wfilliam Ryan ............ 519 Srivcrson, Michael W. ....,......... 386 Stockdale, Sally Lou .................. 434 Stocker, Curtis Lee .................... 273 Stocker, Roger Scott .................. 519 Stocking, Richard Ralp .. Stoddard, James P. ...., -... ..........275 519 275. 245, Stoll, Jane Elizabeth .................. 519 227 Stoller, John Lighmer .............. 420 Stone, Gregory Douglas - ...... ,...Z65 Stone, Pamela Chloe ............,... 221 Stone, Robert Stephen ............Z43 Stoner, Carolyn A., .-..- ...... -...207 Sroppelkamp, Frederick ..111, Srotr, Edward B. ........... -... 534, 535 Srour, Charles Thomas ............ 255 Srout, Donald I-lol: ..... - .......... 419, 421 .527 Srrader, Milron Earl .................. 253 Strickland, Susan Lee ............. Srrief, Susan Richelle ......219 Stringer, George Thomas Strobel, Sallie ............................. Srrom, Nancy Lee ....... -. ........,. , Srron Willia Q, m O. III . .... .... . . Strurhers, Linda jo ................... Srryble, Barbara Ann .-...13S Sruart, Dixie Rose ........,.......... Srucka, Joseph Francis ............. Suazo, Alonzo Lee ..................... Suddurh, Thomas David 136 Suckama, Roger Hiroshi .319 414 .255 .136 .219 .519 .519 225 .519 .422 .319 253 .408 Suihan, Jerold Monroe .......... -527 Suhre, Elizabeth B. .................. 519 Sullivan, Dwighr LeRoy .......... 522 Sullivan, Gregory Paul .... 136 320 Sullivan, Jerry Stephen .... 419 519 Sullivan, Kenneth T.- .........,,,.,,, 384 Sullivan, Mark Seares .... 241,319 Summers, Lloyd Ronald ..... ..... 5 27 Sun. Ming ...................................... 519 Sunshine, Cathy Sue .............. .135 Susman, Ben .......................,..... .519 Sutch, Marjorie Lynn ................ 227 Sutter, Susan Mary .................... 219 Svorc, Linda Jean .............. 136 414 Swaeby, James Wilbur .... 519 Swain, Dennis Byron ................ 275 Swain. Thomas Berglund 143 275 Swan, Paul Alvin ...................... 241 Swan, Terrill Vyrlene .............. 403 Swanson David Marvin .......... 243 Swanson jean Elizabeth .......... 519 Swanson Roger Clarence .... 113, 419, 421, 519 Swanson, Steven Ray ................ 275 Swanson, William Robert ...... 269 Swartz, Darlene Faye ...,........... Swcarngin, Rhonda D. .......... . Sweat, Dale Sidney, Jr. .......... . .434 .235 .277 Sween, Karhryn bue .................. 434 Sweeney, Sandra Verting ........ 519 Sweet, Colette I. .............. .......... 4 O8 Sweet, Eileen Gayle .. ................ 235 Sweetland, Ruth ........................ 225 Switala, Nona Joyce 138,227,519 Swygert, John Allen .................. 519 Taft, Oren Cargill ..... - ............. 251 Tagaropulos, Demetrio .........,. .519 Tait, Karlheinz Herbert .......... 311 Takamatsu, Karen Kyoko ...... 4 08 Talcott, Jill Elayne ........ .... 2 21,519 Talmey, Paul Anthony ............ 131 Tandy, Carol Jean .............,...... 436 Tanner, Mary Anne .................. 434 Taoka, Ronald XVilliam . ......... 408 Tarber, Marilynne .................. .... 1 36 Tarkington, Richard A. ..... -..519 Tarlton, George Leo .................. 281 Tashiro, Douglas K. .-- ............. 408 Tateyama, Betty Jeanne .......... 434 Taylor, Bobby jo ..................... .277 Taylor, Charles Lee ....... .... ....... 2 7 5 Taylor, Colin Mark ............. -...404 Taylor, Gregory Rossie ..384,4196 51 Taylor, Jeanne Bennett ............ 218 Taylor, Richard I. III ............ -265 Taylor Rosemary Gibson ...,...519 Tebrock, Otto Charles ....... -...519 Teel, Virginia Lynn ........... - ..... 209 Telfer, Marilee Vlfhirney ...,,.-207 219 519 Tempel, Marcia Jane ........ Temple, Sandra Sue .................. 519 Templer, Eddie Calvin .......... -267 Templeron, Judith Ann .......... 217 Templeton, Pamela P. .............. 22? Ten Eyck, Thomas W., Jr. .... S19 Tennant, Michael Bruce ..........277 Teracla, Kenneth Kenji .... 419 520 Terry, Jill Elizabeth .................. 227 Tesitor, Nechie Carla ...... ..93 229 Thaemert, Carol Ann .............. 434 Tharp, James Arthur ................ 275 Thaut, Allan George ................ 419 Thayer, Annette Susan ..219 520 Thieman, Janet ....... .. ......... 219 136 Thimmig, Rebecca jo ........ : ....... 4 36 Thomas, Elizabeth Ann Thomas, Robert George Thomas, Robert William ....... .434 520 .265 Thomason Janet Lynn ...... ...... Z 25 Thompson Barbara Gay ........ 225 Thompson Barry Lee ................ 387 Thompson, Bonnie Jean .......... 520 Thompson, Charles W. ............ 520 Thompson, Donald Ray II Thompson, Gregory Paul ...... ..251 Thompson, James D. ................ 272 Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Pamela Ann ...... .520 Phyllis Anne Samuel Birney .227 .419 Thomson, Arthur Roy .... ......... . 277 Thornby, R. ................................ . Threlkeld, Mary ,lo ....... - ...... -.. Thurman, Carol Esther ........... Tibbs, Leslie Ann ........,. Tiedman, Pamela Sue ............. Tiedr, William Robert ........... Tiefel, Pamela Jean ................. Tiegiekorn, Mark ....... - ............ Tielkc, Mary Lou ...-. .... .... 1 36 Tiger, Ragan ........................... ,.. Tillotson, Dorothy Jean .229 .227 .426 .225 .527 .520 .314 229 .544 .225 Tillorson, Mark Sheldon ........ 251 Timmermans, Simon E. ..........527 Timon, Mark Lee ............... - ..... 263 Timothy, A. .............................. . .389 Tippit, David Harlow ...- ..,...... 265 Tippir, John Crarrey .......... 265 , 321 Tisdale, Sharon K. Jones ........ 434 Tobias, Yvonne Heather .......... 215 Tobin, Martha O'Mahony . .... .221 ockman udith Sus in T ' , J .2 .......... Todd, James Hopkins, Jr. . ..... .. 450 255 Tocld,' Pamela Pierson ............. .207 Tofre, Robert Joseph ................ 245 Tokunaga, Kiyoko Grace ........ 403 Tookcr, Ann Lee ...- ................... 221 338 Toomey, Taylor James .... 263 Tope, Gordon C. ........................ 311 520 Tormey, Leslie Diane .. .... 436, Tornstrom, Robert E. ................ 520 Tousley, Susan Locke ..... ........ . .226 Towell, John Foster III ............ 320 Townsend, David Lee .............. 263 Towsley, Grace Lynn ................ 227 Tracey, Arthur Terrell ............ 299 Tracy. Donald Kirk ...a..- .......... .289 Tracy, Steven Andrew .............. 297 Tramham, Carey Edward ...... 520 Traylor, Dorothy Diane ..2l5 408 Treece, Lawrence XV. .............. 527 Tremaine, Susan Leslie ............ 219 Trewirt, Berry Claire Tribble, Robin Roy ..Q ..... .... . .. Triebel, Judith Ann ...... ....... Tripletr, Thomas A. .... ...... . Trorslcy, Linda Beth ...... ....... Troup, Sandra lo ............ ....... Troxell, John Martin ............... .472 .281 .520 .278 .211 .211 .253 Troy, Susan Marie ........... .. ....... 434 Trumbo, Nancy Loretta ............ 404 Tryon, William James .......... ....389 Tucker, Don Max, Ir. .-.l11,255 Tufly, Gary Alan ...a ..... ... ........... 474 Tuft, Edward Stuarr ................ 245 Tullis, Margaret Ann .............. 207 Tulpcr, Robert Jay ....... .... - ...283 Turcheck, J. ...-.., ............ - ..... H241 Tureen, Janis Lee ........... - ........... 235 Turek, Mark Alan .................... 272 Turner Daniel Thomas .......... 311 Turner Henry Grey ..., ..... 255 520 Turner Paul III .......................... 269 Turner, Susan Louise ...... 233,414 Turriff, James Raymon ...- ....... 281 Turrill, Robert D, ...- ................ .273 Tweedy, John Warren .............. 277 Tyler, Lance Hart ...................... 520 Tyner, Holly Jean ......... ......... 2 O6 Tyson, Dale Brent ......... ......... 2 65 Uhlenhopp, Sandra Sue .......... 523 Ulrich, Charles B. III .............. 253 Ulrich, Paul Donald .................. 269 Umcmoto, John Hisaharu ...... 408 Underdahl, Susan Jane ............ 217 Undcgraft, R. ...- .......... ....-..-.....273 Urbina, John David ..... M420 520 Urga, William Robert .............. 520 Urquhart, Robert H. ....... . ........ 251 Vahrenwald, Jack Duane ........ 527 Valdez, Linda Ann .......... 197 227 Valdez. Phillip Gerard ............ 520 Valega, Rosa Mercedes ............ 520 Valenra, Cathy ,lo ............ 134 211 Valentine, Ernest E. ....... ......... 5 20 Valentine, ,loan Marie ............ 197 Valls, Sandra Ann ....... .... .. .0227 Van Ark, Carol .......................... 520 Van Arsdale, Peter W. .143 301 Van Dongen, Ingrid V. ..11l 520 Van Druff, Cynthia 109,138,191 225 Van Dyke, Vivian Grace . ....... 229 Van Nostrand, Reeve, Jr. 267 520 Van Scoyoc, ,lan Lee ...- ........... 257 Van Valkenburg, Frank 297,2986 29 Vance, Jeffrey Alan .................. 263 Vance, Kathleen ........................ 382 Vandamm, Michael John ...... 387 Vandcgrift, Sally L. ....... - ........ . 229 253 Vanderberg, Mark T. ..... ....... 421 414 520 217 Vanderpool, Wayne Otis ........ Vandever, Vicki Jane .,.... 217, Varon, Sheila Harri ll5,23S, Vaseen, Gail Cecelia ,..,.,. ......... Vasquez, Homeros ...................... Vaughan, Bruce Wray ............ Vaughan, Christopher K. 246, 386 253 520 Vaughn, Karen Elizabeth .... .. N383 Veeder, Michael Dale ...... ,... .... 2 9 7 Velliquerte, Richard T. Veron, Dennis Bert ..,.... - .......... Viuu, John Paul ....... - ................ Vila, Leslie Kathleen ....... - ...... Villyard, john Ray .,............. -.. Viriello, joseph T. III ....,...,.... Vockel, Richard Landis Vodicka, Vivian Irene ......-.. Vogel, Donra E. ........... - ......... . Vogt, ,lohn Henry III .,,.., 251 Vogt, Shirley Naneen ...... 386 Volpi, Bernadine T. .,............,. . Von Ahlefeldr, Bruce E. ...... . Von Bachmayr, Alfred C. .... . Von Welrzien, Heidi .r.r........... Voute, Joan Cecile ....,.,..,,,....,,, Vucich, Carol Sue ..,,.,. .....,.. Vycital. Sherry Ann ...,............. Wade, William Norris .... 136 Wadlow, Richard Arrhur ....... Waggener, Conrad Daniel .,... Waggener, William john .,... .. Waggener, Diana M. ............,. . Waggoner John Robert ..249 Wagner, Donald Wayne Wagner, Mary Ann ......,.... - .... Wagner, Thomas Edward ..... Wagner, William E. II ...,..,.... Wahlberg, James Craig .,.,... .... Wahrenberger, Gail Nina ........ Wahrlich, Gail Barbara ......... .520 .263 .271 .520 .474 .206 .520 .249 .520 .227 299 520 .434 .421 .275 .836 .520 .219 .221 255 .299 .245 .245 .520 320 .245 .229 .387 .520 .253 384 .219 Wailes, Leigh Ann .... .. ...... 398,520 Wakasugi, Rodger Donald .... -409 Wakimura, Gloria lean ..436,520 Waldbaum, Mark J. ....,..,.......... 271 Walclon, Colin Edward .... .... 2520 Waldron, Karhleen Helen 136, 219 Waldron, Wendy ........,.. - ......... 225 Walgnsr, Karen .......... L... .133 Walker, David Vfilliam .......... 251 Walker, Franklin M., Jr. ........ 263 Walker, Gerald William .269 Vlfalkcr, Leslie Ann ....... ...... .,.,. 217 Walker, Margaret Ann ...,.,,..... 233 Wall-cer, Susan Kay ...,....,......,.. 207 Walker, Thomas Earl .273 XValker, Thomas M., jr. .253 Walker, Webb III .,..... -..- ...,... 275 Wfall, Larry Howard ..............,. S25 XVall, Stephen Kort .................. 273 Wallace, Elizabeth Ann .,.,........ 520 XVallace, Gail Lynn 208,221,408 Wallace, Gary Edward .... 136,253 YVallace, Larry Lind ........,....... 520 Wallace, Myles Sruarr .........,.... 283 Wallace, Ralph Jay ..., - .... 137, 241 Walsh. Hannah Marie ...,... -...217 Walsh, Kathleen ............l.,......... 215 Head Photographer Ski , 34 4, 15, 27, 28, so-31 p Wollrub: Color - Cover, 2, 6, 6-7, 7, 9, lO, 12, l3, -35, l94-l95, 294, 295, 342-343, 478-479, Unlversify Life, Poceseirers, Academics, Trock, Dormilories, Seniors. 5 .221 .522 Woodmff, Charles N. .-....... Walter, Kay Lynn ............. - ...... 383 Walther, Christopher K. ----520 Walton, Martha Carolyn 225 Wanger, Susan ......,...,.,.. - ...... --.387 Ward, Jacqueline Ruth .----...207 520 Ward, Martha Louise ...... 225, Ward, Philip Dallas ..,.... .-.....-.263 Ward,' William Richard .......... 527 Wardner, Kathryn M. .............. 522 Wardwell, John Gillette 275, 428, 522 Wamer, Diane Constance ...... 217 Warner, Joseph III ,.., -.--...-.-.527 Warner, Wendy Twight ........ 219 Warren, Robert E., Jr. ....... -...527 Washington, LaRae H. ....... --.436 Waski, Marilyn Jean ........... ...- Wasko, Donald -- ....... .... - ,......,. . Waterman, Linda Ann .-..---. 283 271 434 Watson, Dana Seale .- .... - .......,Y 265 Watson, Janet Amanda -230,522 Watson, Susan Kay ....,.. - ....,,.., 221 Watt, Laura Merwin ...-.-384,522 Photographer John Anderson: University Lite, Pu licotions, Academics, Football, Basketball, ling. Watts, Karen ............... .. .......... -...522 Wayne, Jerry Tilman - .... 136,277 Wayt, Gregory Colin ...- ........... 427 Wcatherbee, Gwenn C. ...,.... -221 Weaver, Karen Bowman .......... 207 Weaver, Karen Kay ...-..-..---.209 XVebber, Donna Jean ....,........... 217 Weber, Jeanne Ellyn .......,.,. -...227 Webster, Robert Edward ...--.281 Weed, Arthur Henry ...,... -....-.527 Weigelt, Peter ............ 419,421, 522 Weimer, Pamela Joan ................ 221 Weinberg, Marsha Sharon ...... 211 Weiner, William Howard ...-136, 271 Weinstein, Joy Ann ...-.... ..... 380 Weinstein, Lee David - ......, . .... 271 Weinstock, Thomas Alan ....... 136 Weir, Brenda ....... - .........,... 283,522 Weisbly, Gary ...-..-..-..--271,522 Weisel, Karen Penny ..... --.--.381 Weisgetber, Lois Mae ...- ......... 387 Weisman, Barbara Sue .-.l34, 210 b.. Wrest- Wigotow. Joseph Myer, Welch, Welch, Welch, Weister, David Roberts Weitzel, Marvin Lee - 404, Jacque Ann -...-.-436, Nancy Lou ... .... ---..-... 267 522 Dianne Louise .--.--.-434 522 233 277 Welch, Stephen Mark ........,.. -. Wellborn, Beverley Kay 428, Xlllellein, Winifred Alice 221,522 Wells, Sharon Irene ........ -..--.426 Wells, William Freeman ...-...259 Wenttop, F. -....... ...... - ........ - ....... 253 Wessels, Barbara Sue .......... ..-138 Westergard, Susan S. ...... 209 522 Weston, Jacquelynn Ann .207 Wetherow, Bill George .... -.-.-387 Wetzig, Carl Kurt ...-. .........., -.277 Wheat, John William ....,...... .255 Wheeler, Jacqueline 209,436 522 Wheeler, Mary Susann -.-. .,.... 408 Wheelock, Gail K. ............... --.229 Wherry, Suzanne Kay ...... 219 522 Whipple, Lucille J. C. ....... . .... 522 Whistler, James L. ...- .... -.264 265 White, Alan Emmett ........... .522 White, Helen Newell .... -.- ...,,.. 522 White, John Douglas ...-. ..... --.249 White, Kevin Olin . ...... - .....,. 299 White, Laura Lee - ......... ---...217 White, Pamela Jean ......... -..-.-207 White, Patricia Violet ......... --.434 White, Paul Alan ...........,... -.. .277 White Robert Gordon ....... -.. , 408 Whiteaker, Patricia J. . ..... .. ..... 383 Whitehouse, Beryl Fay W. Whitescarver, Susan D. -207 Whitlow, William B., Jr. Whitman, Emest N., Jr. Whitney, Stephen Henry ....... Whitson, Mercer L., Jr. ........ . Vffhittemore, Arthur E. ...,..,... . Whittingham, Sally C. Wicken, John XVayne Wick n rnda Sue e , L' ....- ..... - ...,. . Wickwire, Betty Diane Widom, Rodeane Lee Wien, Peter Amann ........... -.- Wigart, Daniel Wilson r Wikler, Sally Ann -.- Wiklund, George Carl, Wildau, Richard Alyn Photographer Greg Daniels: Football, Dormitories, Organizations. .ae no' .522 522 ---522 .525 .243 .522 .269 .219 .522 .434 .522 .382 .281 .269 .522 ...-.-235 M121 281, 456 .....-.398 Wilkin, Julia A. Postma 426, Wilkins, Gilbert M., Jr. 522 .277 .522 Wilkinson, Francis X., Jr. .... . Wilkinson, Sharon Ann Wille, Susan Mary ............... .... Willeke, Roger Lee ...--.-.-..-.. .522 Wlillette, Marilyn Jein .-... .... .-.522 Williams, Barbara ........ ..... - ..... 233 Williams, Bette V. .... ...--L--.225 Williams, Charles P. .-. ...... -...3ll Williams, Elva Bernice ...-.,...-420 Williams, Joan Ann ...- .......... -.522 Williams, John J., Jr. -..........259 Williams, Kay Louise -.. ......... 387 Williams, Les ie V., Jr. -251 299 Williams, Nancy Culver .... : --217 Williams, Randolph T. -257,522 Williams, Robert Joseph ..,....... 251 ...--.227 Williamson, Jean Louise Willoughby, Robin P. ...-..-.. Wills, John Bennett ..... -.275 Wills, Nancy Shirley .-- ...... -- .219 522 .434 Willson, Richard Daniel ...--.261 Willson, Sara De Saix ..... ....... 522 Wilmore, James Alfred 112, 142, 201, 275 522 Wilson, Alun l-lomer ..... --.--273 Wilson, Anne Louise ...- ........... 522 Wilson, Annette Louise .......... 221 Wilson, Bob Forrest .... ............. 255 NVi1son, Charles Emmett ...--.265 Wfilson, Dawn Eloise ...- ......... -215 Wilson, Dianne Elaine ....... -.-229 Wilson, Dianne Rocella -. .... .522 Wilson, James Howard -.-..--.137 Xlffilson, Maxine Patricia -.-...522 XVilson, Patricia Ann .....l37 208 Wilson, Sallie L. Baker ...-..-.522 Wilson , Susan Jean .... -.- .... --.233 XVing, Linda Carmen ..... ......... 522 Wfingate, Barbara E. ...-- .... --219 Wingerter, Robert Henry ........ 246 Xlifingfield, Jane Lindsey ...... -229, 427,522 Wingquist, John Richard .... --269 Winkel, R. Dennis .................... 271 NVinn, Jotja Lee ................. .. ....... 522 Winnen, Christine ...-.....-....-.283 Winsted, John Yancey ............ 277 Winston, Katharine S. ...-.......2l7 Xlifintetlield, Laura Anne Winters, Michael Smith Wiren, Annika Anna P. - ...... 387 .--.--253 217 Photographer Wayne Crosslin: Basketball, Aca- demics, Dormitories, Organizations. 42 15 lose., sag ng.. -,- .3 -tit'-i ' .ite tk .Q wet '4e'.e.,,:g:m+ Pla. "E-.I 'fs -Ang! 1 W J " ,fxllfili ,. E34 'tai , xt- ie- ' . MK. its 3 'fi v l Wise. Wise, Wise, Wise, XVise David Leo ..........-.---.-.2'l5 Joe Donald Jr. .-L-..... Peter Leo ..........--..--. Richard Allan -.-- .-.. - Thomas Charles ........ -. Nifiselnan, Elizabeth A. W. - Wisenbaker, Michael B. ...--. 419, 421, Wisenbaker, Steven W. ....-.... .419 -245 .522 .239 511 275, 512 275 Withers, Pamela Lee --...-...219 NVithetspoon, John E. -..----.253 Witte, James Leslie ........ ... .... 148 Witte, Jerry Richard ...-....- .... 297 XVitter, Jack Proctor -.-.-.-.- .... 246 NVittsttom, Jo Anne ---H---0 -.--- 494 Wixson, Robert Glen ...... -...--.255 NVoestemeyer, Virginia L. -.-.-436 Wolf, Beverly Harriet .. ....... --.103 X,Volf, Nlatk Arnold .... -..- ...-.-.- 259 XVolfe, John Clement -.-...-..- Wolfe, Theodore Thomas -321 -273 Wloltf, Constance . ........ -..-334, 522 Wolfson, Alice Terry ...-.-.-. -210 XVolgast, Karen Jonna .H ....- -.221 Wollrab, James C. Jr. -540,541 Wilda Karen -.....-..-. Wood, Douglas Lee .---M-------399 Wong, -406 Wood, Guy Hugh -.- ....... 337,522 Wood, Judith Elaine ...-..-.--.524 Wood, Michael Jay ...L.....-.-...253 Wood, Randall Curtis .. .... .---.243 Wood, Robert Owen ........ -.--259 Wood, Susan Carroll ..........- ----221 -527 Woodruff, Richard Lynn -..-.279 Woods, Gary Allen ........ -263,524 Wloodward, James Oliver -...-.421 Viloodward, Suzanne ...... L-...-209 Wooley, Robert Joseph .-.... ..... 269 Wormley, Marianne L. -.-.-.136 Worthington, Roy H. lll .....-464. 521, 524 Wottge, Konrad Rudolf .- ....... 524 Wright, Alanna Susan ..-...-..-.233 Wright, Brenda Sue ....... -.-. .... 384 Vilright, Charles Michael ........ 524 Xliltight, Denise Jo Ann L..--.221 Wright, Gary Paul ........- ......... .255 Wright, Kay Marie . ................. 277 Wright, Rosemary ........... - ....... 225 Wuergler, Michael Lewis ...... 404 Wuerrhner, Andrea Lou -...-.225 Wunseh. Robert Stuart .. ..... -...243 XVurt:, Edwin Alan --..--.L Wyc:aw'ski, Linda Ruth XVyllie, William E. Jr. Wynkoop, Steven Neil .---. Wynne, William H. Jr. ...-.-. Yaklich, Ronald Edward ........ Yalch, Janice Irene ....- ............ 156 -524 -209 . 279 254 -253 -299 -524 Yamada, Chomi ...- ......... - .......... 403 Yamada, Gerrick Tetsuo 409, 524 Yamagata, Gale Yukiko -408,409 Yaron, Donald Joseph ....--.-267 Yasui, Iris Ayame .............. -.--.408 Yates, Morgan -...-...L....-145,524 Yeager, Carl Gary . ............ -... .... 527 Yeager, Charles Edwin ..... -... Yeager, Thomas Edward ....... -430 -.267 'll 1 Yeargain, Linda Jo .. ....... .. ......... - Yeates, William Lee .--. .... - .... -263 Yetzbacher, Cha rles Lee .-.- .... 255 York, Allen Ralph - ..... .. ..... .. .... 255 Young, Clinton William -... ..... 263 Young, David Bruce ......-..-.-.-524 Young, Dennis Leroy ...... 420, 524 Young, Frank Harold -...----267 Young, Gary Marshall ...--.-279 Young, Jane Ann ...- ...... .- ........ 225 Young, Janet Grace ........... -..-524 Young, Kathleen Ann .-113,524 Young, Patricia Carol .... .- ...... 209 Young, Richard Charles ..... -.-273 Young, Younge, -524 Susan L. Diehl .----. Arthur Eric .--.....--524 -253 Youngman, Ronald Edward Yriberri, Paul Edmund ...----.259 Yriberri, Raoul Anthony -..-258 Yuhas, Janis Kae .....-.. .... -.--.524 Zabukovec, John Joseph ...-..-...524 Zadra, Robert Lee -..-...-..-..-...524 Zaharias, David Layne ......-.-297, 521, Zajac, Bonnie Faye ......-....-.... Zakhem, Samir Hanna 524 219 .......--.134 Zapp, Larry Allen - ........... ...--.255 404 Zaretf, Stanley Thomas Zarlengo, Barbara E. -.-.-.-...209 Zapp, Larry Allen ....- ........... --.255 Zareff, Stanley Thomas ---.404 Zatlengo, Barbara E. ..... . Zavatti, Samuel M. -.--.-.209 - .... -.--.279 Zavelle, Alexandra S. ..... -L-.404 Zeligson, Claudia Ruth Zelinge ...-.--235 r, Marc Alan ....--...-. Zelinkoff, V Susan Rae ........ 137, Zeller, Zemer, Zeppeli -283 206 Eric Ingalls -.-. .... - ....... -.253 David Terry -.....-...320 n , Howard Myron -.--.525 408 Zigurs, Raita . .... -.-..-.--...-... Zimmerrnan, Frederick C. ...-.524 Zimmerman, Glen Ray -....-275 Zimmerman. Jerold Lee -.-..--.282 Zimmerman, Susan Jeanne .... 225 Zimmerman, William Lee .-B277 Zinn, Mary Elizabeth ..... .-.--107, 197, 206, 524 Zinner, Stephen Carl ....--..--.524 Zinnia, Steven ....... - .... ...---..--.387 Ziskin, Barbara Faye ...- .... -.-.-105 Zufelt, Irwin Edwin -...........-524 v- .,..q...Lv,' .e --,L..,.'..4 4 -..-1- - ci mc1n's life is defined by his commitments: his life's value, by his involvement additional credits: Management: Jane Dimit, managing editor, Cherie Dietemeyer. Layout: Karen Stafford, editor, Bob Jenkins, asst, Laura Schutt. Copy: Jill Evans, editor, thematic essay, Tom Swain, asst, Kathy Gerhauser, proof reader. Receptionists: Pam Hamilton, Kibi Piel. Business: Patti Palmetier, manager, Jeff Booten, asst, Steve Dunn, sales manager. Photo-Coordinator: Anne Patton. Royalty: Holland Duell, editor, Lynn Wisenbraker. Pacesetters: Marsha Logan, editor. Publications: Cherie Dietemeyer. Academics: Patti Wollrab, editor, Jerry Mason. Greeks: Sandi Adamson, Don Reichman, editors, Kathy Adamson, Judy Miller. Athletics: Bill Crosier, editor, Barb Hoops, Kay Nissen, Tom Swain. Residences: Sally Hodges, editor, Kris Dick, Sue Harrison, Laura Schutt. Organizations: Kathy Irwin, editor, Ginny Kuc- mierz, Linda Means. Seniors: Gene Parker, editor, Judy Nassimbene, Laura Schutt. Index: Julie Larson, editor. Typists: Carol McCandless, head typist, Kathy Si- mon, Kibi Piel, Jane Wingfield, Sue Keppler, Kathy Sinnard, Sally Brady. Photographers: .lim Allen, John Anderson, Wayne Crosslin, Greg Daniels, John Evans, Mike Phil- lips, Bill Ragland, Mike Romine, Tom Roshkind, Barry Stott, Steve White, Skip Wollrab, Additional Color Credits: Steve White, I8-19, past Coloradan photographers, Additional Photo Credits: Jerry Stowall, Floyd Walters, Grant Anderson, Ruth Zancanella, Tom The-otokatos, University Photo Service. Portrait Photographers: Don Carlson Stuodio, Col- orama Studio, Markay Photographs, Mason- Owens Studio, Snow's Studio of Photography. Publisher: Wheelwright Lithographing Company, Salt Lake City, Utah. to you few, thanks is not enough -- only know, this is YOUR book .,........ Ancl we, spectators always, everywhere, Looking at, never out of, everything. -- Rilke The theme of the book is involvement. Although appropriate to this theme, the meet-your-professor and the loin-a-club "involvements" are far less than I fully intend. Granted, the impersonal nature of the bulging university puts the burden of character-building on the individual. And granted, an active concern for academics and a real commitment to extracurriculars are primary to the process of identity-discovery. But these activities have no real value in themselves. They are of importance only as simple manifestations of more basic and potent levels n of fulfillment-involvement. They gain their worth only as experiences providing and containing a strength of feeling, a powerful love, a "yes" to life. For activity takes on excitement and significance only when complemented with abandonment to the moment and to deep feeling, with shared experience and emotion, with involvement in the commitments one has chosen as hisllife. Today's common cry of "dull, uneventful, and impotent" registered against life itself indicates the extent of the lack of this involvement. A non-spectator attitude must be taken. And yet, the familiar psychedelic phrase, "Turn on, tune in, drop out," must be changed to "Turn on, tune in, relate!" For once the union with life is found, the follow-up must not be the escaping reiection of society but rather the willing acceptance of the challenge to deal with it. A rich fulfillment is not found in sought separation from but in concerned connection to life. 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