University of Colorado - Coloradan Yearbook (Boulder, CO)

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It became wanting to know something that they never knew before, meeting a person who wasn't like all their friends, working and planning a project that was a responsibility. They moved in and out of doors and the key was their own. And some ofthe committees they worked on and the help they gave was for others. But always, in the end, it was for them, for they received the education. , mu:-""'2' 273375 .am Mag ciret Mars liall 601124 Belt ee During her four years at CU, Margaret has involved her- self in a variety of activities. Since her freshman year when she was the dormintory ASUC representative, she has lent her organizational capabilities to the Conference on World Affairs as Co-Chairman, the Ju- nior Class Council, the General Homecoming Committee, and Panhellenic as Second Vice-President. Margaret, an English rnaior with a 3.3 average, has also been a mem- ber of Hesperia, Spurs, Angels Flight, and Mortar Board. Gary Bebee, a maior in Aerospace Engineering with a 3.7, has been active in the school and the va r- ious honoraries of which he is a member. He is an officer in Tau Beta Pi and Sigma Tau, both engi- neering honoraries, and he is social chairman for the Associated Engi- neering Students. He is a member of the American Institute of Aero- nautics and Astronautics, and was ' selected for the Western Electric Fund Scholarship and the Engineer- ing Development Foundation Scholarship. Carol Cral le Carol has combined her majors of poliTi- cal science and German To devoTe her Time To several proiecfs. She spenT lasT sum- mer in Ghana wiTh OperaTion Crossroads Africa, and one academic year abroad aT The UniversiTy of Bonn, Germany. She has sTilI had Time aT CU To become involved in Spurs, NlorTar Board, a member of The UMC Board, and a member of The Porpoise Club. Her average of a 3.3 also placed her on The Dean's LisT and member of The German honorary. Sue Givens Sue, an inTernaTional business major, has helped organize various campus acTiviTies Through her work on The Homecoming Pro- gram, The Panhellenic ExecuTive Council, and as AWS SecreTa ry and Greek Week Sec reTary. She has been a member of such social honorories as Nails, CasTle Belles, and The Phi Tau Sirens. A senior with a 3.3 overall, her scholasTic achievemenTs have enabled her To be a member of Silver and Gold, Hesperia, and Vice PresidenT of MorTar Board. Senior Irwin Silverman has participated greatly in the NSO Commission, not only as a working mem- ber, but as a participant in the Group Discussion phases. A mathematics maior with a 3.9 average, he also has great interest in scholastics, being a member ot the Honors Union Council as well as a Regents Scholar and a Phi Beta Kappa. Irwin has also been active in Hillel and French Club, and has still found time to be a hard working chairman ot the Student Relations Committee. Through this, he has been particularly important in evaluating Honors courses. lrwin Sihermari Since her freshman year when she was president of Sewall, to the present where she is president of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, Beau has been ac- tive both in the sorority and in various social and honorary activities. She is a member of Angels Flight and Little Sisters of Minerva, and her academic record of a 3.0 has been acknowledged through such organizations as Silver and Gold, Mortar Board, and Psi Chi, the national psychol- ogy honorary, which is her maior. She has also served as AWS Hearing Board and Clearing House. Beau Swene ,29- X xx' .. C., Being consisTenTly good in a num- ber of areas has reaped many bene- TiTs for Junior PaceseTTer Liz Crosby. For example, her Three years wiTh The Oracle sfaff in- cluded one year as copy ediTor and anoTher as associaTe ediTor. Liz, wiTh a 3.4 average, has also been acTive in Gamma Phi BeTa sorori1y serving as hisTorian, CrescenT correspondenf and schol- arship chairman. In addiTion, she has found Time To parTicipaTe on five Panhellenic commiTTees as well as several ASUC commissions and The Teacher RecogniTion Com- miTTee. BuT all These acTiviTies have noT kepT her from her goal of law school. liz Crosby Joel Braolsliaw A disTribuTed maior in social sfuolies and hisTory wiTh a 2.8 average, Joel has con- cenTraTed much of his acTiviTies in his work wiTh The Wesley FoundaTion and wiTh The ASUC SenaTe. His work wiTh The Wes- ley FoundaTion has involved his parTi- cipaTion in The choir, on The Sfeering CommiTTee, and his esTabIishmenT of a TuToring sysTem. He has been acTive in many phases of The SenaTe, serving as a SenaTor-aT-Large, on New STudenT OrienTaTion, on The Publish or Perish CommiTTee, and Senior Class Council. Ron, a political science major with a 3.0 average, has been active in campus poli- tics for four years. He has served- on the Freshman Class Council, was Sophomore Class President, an ASUC Senator, and Vice- President of the Senior Class. His inter- est in University affairs is also demon- strated by his work on the Finance Board, the Deans' Advisory Committee, the Student Development Foundation, and the Board of Publications. . ' ef' 15:31 C ' l' ,V . t-.E ss it M . is.. eg - X .- 'in E 1 il'- After spending her junior year studying at Tufts-in-Italy in Naples, Kathi came back and involved herself deeply in cam- pus activities. She is associate editor ofthe Daily, an ASUC senator, and chair- man ofthe CU delegation to the Model UN session. A history maior with a 2.7 over- all, Kathi has also been active in Young Democrats, the Cosmo Club, and was selec- ted for Silver and Gold and Hesperia. . 'Q l--i ' Y . " "Wifi 'll.'-,:'f-ff:T-s:"-'- -"M-ll: will . , f, V ' 5-wir . . 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Besides being manager ot University Tow- er, Inc., Curt has found time to be chairman ot the UMC Board and has extended his interest in it by being the founding president of the Association of College Unions-International, Region rHrl3. In addition, the accounting maior with a 3.4 average is an ASUC Senator-at-Large, a member ofthe Accounting Honorary, and- Chairman of the Bookstore Advisory Committee. CMUQ Sclmeioler Curr jfolnechgi 109 Wlart Graham ames , Steven Slwjbr STeven has concenfrafed much of his efforfs Through college in helping Freshman Camp. He has worked as a counselor, as a direcTor, and This year he was coordinafor of direcfion. A poliTical science major wiTh a 3.8 average, he is a member of The Colorado Scholars Program, a Phi Befa Kappa, and a nominee for The DanforTh Scholarship. For four years MarTy James has combined her scholar- ship wiTh an inTeresT in class acTiviTies. A senior wiTh a 3.0 grade average she has been a member of each class honorary, each class council, and is presenfly secrefary of The senior class. In addiTion she has been co-chairman of The World Affairs Conference and rush chairman for DelTa Gamma. 'We Junior Pacese1Ter Norm PeTerson has worked for Three yea rs To promoTe The honors program and has been an acTive member of The Honors Union Council. As an independenT sTudenT wiTh a 3.2 grade average, he produced and organized The FaculTy Firesides which broughf TogeTher.Top level sTudenTs and faculTy members on an infor- mal basis. His oTher acTiviTies have included being a Freshman Camp counselor and direcior, a member of The CU debafe Team, and an acTive mem- ber in UniversiTy lnTercollegiaTe Forensics. A man of decided opinions and ideals, Norm is a sociology and philosophy maior. orman Kfifterson Junior Pacesefler Dodie Lingle has found herself in many posiTions of leadership in her Three years aT CU. As a freshman she was dorm wing presidenT, vice-presidenT of her pledge class and a member of Alpha Lambda DelTa. She kepT up her fasT pace as a sophomore serving as secreTary of boTh The Sophomore Class Council and Spurs as well as working wifh The ASUC Public RelaTions Commission, Alumni Affairs Commission and acTing as Philan- Thropies chairman for Pi BeTa Phi sororiTy. ln The academic year of i967-68 Dodie was junior class secreTa ry, a memberiof Hesperia, and a crescenT girl in The Lambda Chi Alpha CrescenT SocieTy. She also worked wiTh Panhellenic on The execuTive commTTiee and as chairman of The scholarship com- miTTee. Even vviTh Pi Phi rush chairman added To her oTher acTiviTies, Dodie has managed To main- Tain a 3.60 grade average as a psychology major. Dimage Qin le :- RQ5,5l:.Q,'.!'QFI"ns"'- Y Steve Elirhch Four years of work have brought many honors to Senior Pacesetter Steve Ehrlich. By his junior year, Steve had been a member of Silver and Gold, Phi Epsilon Phi, the freshman and sophomore class honoraries, a Tau Beta Pi Honor Student, twice recipient of the IFC 4.0 award-and a final- ist in the "Outstanding Freshman Engineer- ing Student" Competition. His 3.75 grade point average in Engineering Physics helped Steve to be elected to Sigma Tau, the engineering honorary, and Sigma Pi Sigma, the Physics honorary. His senior year activities are crowned with his election as President of Sigma Phi Epsilon frater- nity, work as IFC head Justice and his mem- bership in Sabers, the senior men's honorary. gluomli Van Heuhelem 112 A senior with a 3.8 grade average, Judith has used her maior in nursing for research and community proiects. She spent one Christmas vacation at a Navaio reservation working on a Well Baby clinic, and has edited the School of Nursing newspaper. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau, the Nursing Honorary Society, and a member of the publicity committee for AWS. Twyla George, Jeff Kohr. Doug Gherfner, Pai' Jaeger, Sue Hawkinson, Tom Reigel. who's who in american universities and colleges The sTudenTs who belong To "Who's Who Among STudenTs in American UniversiTies and Colleges" were chosen on The same basis as ThaT used for The PaceseTTers Award. They are Those who wished To move insTead of sTanding sTill. They longed To Talk raTher Than remaining quieT. They conTribuTed To The growTh of an idea and found ThaT They had grown. The characTer of The faces you see is ThaT of leadership, The genesis of which is found in The TacT ThaT They sTrove Tor whaT was above Them, The perTecT flower ThaT grows Too high To climb. Ellison Onizuka, Nancy Fennell, Ken Aylesworth. NOT pictured: Don De Kieffer. , V -1 I Q X A -N... 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ASUC Vice presndenf Pat Stimer AdminisTroTive AssisTc1nT X Q gl' Q1 . """""""S" BRTNLT THEM HUM ALIVE? f 45' aef2f3!'l 3 T .T ' T . uio,.i K ff'-'QF ,? "ih?fT 5 A . A"i' if" ' T T " 1 'T T Q T- ' 3 ' - H 0 H' 15 i N r if H V fxbuvips i V' L J U V 4 1 ynwcv -EA, lfi 5' 1 1, asuc senate: the coordination of ideas into practical reality in a framework of varied interests The main legislative body of ASUC is the Senate whose members are to be representative of all campus groups. ln a large university it becomes difficult to truly represent the interests of all campus factions, and not iust a few maiority segments. To function as a genuine student body senate, senators are elected to represent freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, graduate students, honors union, off-campus men and women, religious groups, foreign students, associated women students, inter-fraternity council, and panhellenic society. Besides this d-iverse representation, there are also five senators-at-large. Even when every interest group is present at senate meetings, there exists the problem of coordinating their ideas lnot to mention those of university administrationl. Before the senate can legislate any action into campus reality, there must be a compromise of these ideas into a unity which they will assure the support, and therefore the power, of the student senate. STUDENT SENATE - Left lo Right: Sandy Courtner, Chris Garbarino, .lay Allen, lock, Glenn Porzak, Paul Talmey, Don Marturano, Paul Danish, Bennie Benoris Tom Weinstock, Jim Witte, Peggy Willing, Cathi Dontiam, Al Kizzor, Wes Hal- Curt Kopecky, Don Obendorf, Svein Buli, Andy Koczon, Pat McGraw, Joel Brad- show. JOINT BOARDS CHAIRMEN -- Left to Right: David Chalfan, Don Marturano, Tom Weinstock, Chris Gcirbarino, Curt Kopecky. SUPREME COURT - Left to Right: Ron Chapin, Bolo Wherry, H. Paul Cohen, Franklin Wintroub. .Sh I ELECTION COMMISSION - Left to Right: David Eichelberger, Stephanie Foote, Mary Ann Cosey, Larry Stevens. the parent for joint boards The Faculty Senate Committee on Student Affairs is the parent body for all student-faculty joint boards and the stepping stone for leg- islation. Once approved by FSCSA, changes affecting student affairs go on to the Regents for passage. Under FSCSA is the Joint Finance Board which makes recommendations to the Regents as to the level of student fees and the distribution of monies collected through fees. UMC Board is a ioint board which works to increase the services of the UMC so that they may better serve the academic community. ASUC Supreme Court, "functioning as the iudicial arm of student govern- ment has been seriously hampered in effectiveness this year by the fact that no cases were brought before it." A commission not suffer- ing from lack of work was the Election Commission which is in charge of all student elections and sees that they are run according to regulations. Fred Seydel, Q ASUC president-elect Don Marturano. l If xgv UMC BOARD - Left to Right, Front Row: Curt Kopecky, Cathy Second Row: Jake Persky, Carol Craigle, Dean Quigley, Ginny Hoffman, Barbara Wise, Rachel Glueck, Sue Givens, Andi Geyer. Schmitt, Ira Auslander, Paul Horton, Karen Wolgast, Earl Young, Kathy McCarty, Mrs. Renno, Dave Bowen. ? -1541 V A -ag, f., .--v. '!"' -Q -- 4 V ' 41 me Q-4 -' ls . . . ,:V E.,-731 'bbilzu VQVV J--,H V, , ,Q- ip "if'f," l ln 1 igiljl L ' Q, 7.1" -1,---4'--M ' FINANCE BOARD - Left to Right: William Lam, Edwin Crowder, Earl Peck, Kathi Nenleship, Fred Seyclel, Alden McKinley, James Dugan, Brax Hillerman. 1353 i Q FSCSA - Left to Right: Carol Crcigle, Dick Crawford SDSL - Left to Right: Earl Young, Kris Roberts, C'-'V' K0PeCkY, Lynn Wolfe, Conrad MCBflde Dick McDermott, Albert Nadeau, Jim Quigley. committees put the wheels on student ideas CULTURAL AFFAIRS COMMISSIONERS - Lefl' Io Righf, Front Row: Randi Doeker, Kitty Jan Yourrz. Second Row: Bernstein. SPECIAL EVENTS COMMISSION Second Row: Lani Sinclair, Eric Bair, Bobette Denman, Flip Unger, Brud Sturgis, Eric Grossman, Sm 'f ' Eze, NATIONAL AFFAIRS COMMISSION - Jeanine Spicer, Stuart Bernstein, Paula Armel, Kiffy Shaw. - From Row: Lucy Rusnock, Randi Doeker, Grossman, Betsy Goldsmith, Hugh Moore SPIRIT AND RALLY COMMISSION - Brud Sturgis, Andrea Favret, Mike Huffaker Glen Porzak, Sharon Eldred, Don Marturano, Karleen Ray, Al Lenzi, Lex Pinson. ACADEMIC AFFAIRS COMMISSION - Left to Right: Barbara Meinen, Helen Battaia, Pat Miekle, Joanne Priestly, Jim Wilmore, Suzanne Shaw, Mary Kellog. faculty and alumni are integral parts ALUMNI AFFAIRS COMMISSION - Left to Right, Front Row: Don Wasko, Ron Smith, Rachel Glueck, Kathy McCarty, Sue Givens. Second Row: Carol Craigle, Andrea Geyer, Calvin Gable- man, Barbara Wise, CurT Kopecky, Ginny Schmitr, Steve Mincer. The ideas coordinaTed by The Senafe are made concrefe realiTy by The Work of ASUC commiriees. Everyfhing from The faculTy To The alumni are considered in Their re- laTion To The sTudenTs and The Universify. The commiriee on Academic Affairs publishes The Seer which is an evaluaTion of fac- ulTy by The sTudenTs. The Alumni Affairs Commission is responsible for many of The Homecoming plans. Ofher commiTTees, un- der The direcrion of The Culfural Affairs Commission are appoinfed To handle planned acTiviTies in various faceTs of sTudenT life. The Special EvenTs commiffee has broughf Glenn Yarbrough, PeTe Seeger and The Fiffh Dimension To campus. The newly creafed Spirif and Rally Commission aT- Tempfs To spark enThusiasm on a school- wide basis To supporT aThleTic acfivi- Ties. An aTTempT To inform sTudenTs on problems of nafional and inTernaTional inTeresT and offer Them The chance To work ouT Their soluiion Through such acfivi- Ties as The Model UN and Teach-ins. 123 STUDENT DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION - Left to Right, Sally Woechter, Doug Ghertner, Ron Smuth Glenn Porzak Front Row: Iso Jultclk, Don Wclsko, Jeff Kohr. Second Row: Don Murturcmo. funded by students a foundation for students Work by the Student Travel Commission C1 e o p p t k s student to Euro echecz er. N E XY-., Q-Tmvlff ggi , ., 3 ,A . " -Y, ,, M , ,. .. MERCHANT RELATIONS COMMISSION - Left to Right: Scott Hclazon, Helen Steadman, Pete Vallenga, Tom Hart, Dan Dahl. a go-between for students and merchants Three of the commissioners appointed- by the Senate work in the area ot student relations and activities: The Student Development Foundation works to increase M M interest and support tor the operations and objectives xx- ' ot the University. Their proceeds this year come from Winter Carnival, Ugly Man of Campus, and Cap and Gown A Project. The purpose ot the Merchant Relations Com- C mittee is to create better relations between the l students and the business community. Students away from campus receive help in discounts through the Student Travel Commission. g -'e "www T it ,l , 1 if Q ' il- 1 i ': f fi ' v. 5 Left to Right, Front Row: Jeff Burton, treasurer, Pat 0'Don- nell, secretary: Gary Severson, vice-president, Andy Koczon, President. Second Row: Jon Cornellisson, Annie -Reed, Rhonda Primack, Georganne Pellini, Barbara Wahl, Lee Hoover, Jon Hillson, Jeannene Page, Bill Warren, Lynda Cozens, Lyndy Ohneck, Rick Sewell. Third Row: Steve Milo, 1 .t.f. . .V --f- . . em, Jon Johnson, Kyle Smith, Denise Conrad, Kathi Valdastu, Carol Allen, Meg Dice, Julie Jarlkeng, Land Chamberlain, Doug Walker, Karen Kurtz, Jim Wallace, Steve Bradley. Fourth Row: Arnold Zaler, Bill Marcue, Steve Kramer, Debbie Rohm, Ann Rotherrhel, Alexis Quamberg, Paul Richards, Bill I-lursh, Rick Woodard, David Aronson, Mike Stimson, Robert Rosenthal. Freshmen Class Council started off the year by establishing an office in Willard. From there they proceeded to carry out the plans for the year which included the dispensing of class cards and the production of a news letter. class councils plan in Starting the year off with a two day retreat into the mountains in an effort to unify its 40 members, Sophomore Class Council put its maior emphasis in the realm of academics. They sponsored a number of "fireside chats," as well as supplying spirit in the form ofa buffalo. Left to Right, Front Row: Glenn Porzak, president, Rebecca Harmon, secretaryp Phil Kastelic, Mike Huf- faker, vice president. Second Row: Larry Burnett, Mari- anne Wormley, Dana Daniels, treasurer, Mary Haber- man, Mary Kay Stewart, Al Lenzi. Third Row: Ron Wardrip, Jon Sanko, Porky Lenox, Tom Hausman, Judy Nenno, Tex Holmes, Kathy McCarty, Colleen Kigin. Fourth Row: Marc Boguslow, Don Kinkade, Mark Schuster, Ken Blake, Andrea Favref, Anne Taylor, Tom Root, Pavonne Bursk, John Finnell, Bobby Bevill. Left to Right, Front Row: Jane Glass, Ponce Andress, Steve Berger, Gwen Shewmeker, Chris Avery, Becky Griffin, John Lockrem, Cathy Gerhauser. Davis, Treasurer, Ed Burad, President, Dodie Lingle, Secretary, Bill Mcllroy, Third Row: Jerry Zimmerman, Steve Kramer, Cricket Davenport, Russ Klein, Carol McCandIess, Harry Dahl. Second Row: Isa Jultak, Sue Richmond, Pam Margot Mailliard, Debbie Kerner, Claudia Diessner, Rich Boughn, Mary Van Deventer, Kitty Shaw, Alice Wolfson, Peggy Arndt, Sallie Strobel, Renee Linsey, Gary Foltz, Kathi Waldron, Bob Stailey. Not Pictured: AI Kizzor, Vice-President. On the educational level the iunior Class Council sponsored the Professor Speak Out which allowed previously unheard of teachers to voice their opinions about contemporary issues. On the social level, the Council provided the pre-game field entertainment for homecoming in the form of a band. Senior Class Council has sponsored a variety of proiects for the University as well as the class. They arranged President Smile-y's State of the University address and collected books to send to Costa Rica. The Council also sold CU cowboy hats for the spirit part ofthe year, and evaluated apartments in the area which will come out in book form to be used as a guide. Left to Right, Front Row: Kay Bard, Pot Jaeger, Joy Weinstein, ner, Mike Welch, Julie Tupton, Rhonda Kercher, Bob Fisher, Don Sue Bonsall, Pat Crown. Second Row: Kathy Gribben, Secretary, Wasko. Fourth Row: Ken Aylsworth, Linda Maruyama, Judy Cost- Gary Blum, Treasurer, Marty James, Don Oberndorff, President, low, Bob Derkash, Nancy Worcester, M. Mastolir, Pat Wilson, Ron Smith, Vice President. Third Row: Susie Felinkoff, Nancy Scrib- John Genchur, Kay Bard, John White, Russ Jaffe. F ? le- 'i ,ff Ml i i r the defense for library fines George Sape holds a position newly created this year as part of TaImey's "Forty Point Platform." The position is that of Ombudsman. The position was created to give the student more power through recourse to University actions. Sape is a liason between the student and the University in matters of legal action. Since he is not a lawyer, but only there to counsel students and act in behalf of them, his help extends only to such University matters such as library fines, parking tickets, and room searches on University property. L CENTRAL HEARING COMMITTEE - Left to Right: Mrs. Jimmie Queen, advisory Sandy Bledsoe, Lynne Abnor, chairmanp Marianne Golan, Isa Jultak, Nancy Mandell. Universities grow and change just as people grow and change. The obiective of many campus organizations has been to get them to grow and change together. The Association ot Women Students has been no exception to this re-evaluation of the logic governing student rules. age? n AWS's purpose throughout the yea r, as the voice of wom- en students, has been to re-structure the entire sys- In lvgry tOWer tem ot women's regulations. Their ultimate goal was to place more responsibility onthe women themselves. This responsibility was given to women through such new AWS rulings as keys for sophomores, iuniors, and seniors without a gradepoint requirement, and the establishment EXECUTIVE COUNCH- - lef' 'Q Rishi' Fm' ROW: Mrs- Jfmfnie of freshment honor wings where key privileges were issued Queen, advisor, Susi Isaacson, president, Lynne Abnor, vice- president, Second Row: Renee Shewmaker, Gail Schields, Franci Lennartz. 3 2 x i it i T fi li i'. fi if? Ts T29 , Ii' Offensive .Guard - High For csu M' "-Hu-J f V, V ,n.N,., -Swv 5444: v. ,xr i 'Q ?-Tux: , .,5.2.T' 1 -f '- Q ..+.J--'.- HND I VOTE 503 IMCKIE? publications 'T"T'L ,' Ytfk - f-'M ' ag. .., Q1 I-TL, l' gwni"F:'f1-1 1.4 :W ,, - . A X f-f:---..- 5' ,- .v, 5 S ' ,fs lggggsv f ,. .. xg. I"f..,' 2 fs: ,f.Q 4 Z. ,, m ' gi x xslt S 6 4 . I x 1 ,p-'Ag auf? Wiki: :ff x I J. ,V .pn 'T '- -. 'vw , I .V N Amy., . ,V -1 v., 'ii n il ,Q A Q? 94 , 'S ,luil -.-ww i f f J., x ' ,J I., 4 ,. , In .JL mga" f ifl coloradan: trying to perceive a student's year Bill Ragland Carol McCandIess Edifor-in-Chief, full EdiTor-in-Chief, spring A yearbook is To record a year. IT is a momenTo, a souvenir of one college year ThaT everyone Takes wiTh Them so ThaT Their children can laugh aT The way Their parenTs and Their classmaTes dressed and wore Their hair. Yearbook sTaTTs are supposed To be Terribly crea- Tive and percepTive with pens and cameras in order To caTch The unique aspecTs of ThaT parfic- ular year. Since sTudenTs are rarely original and The Tace of The campus changes slowly lun- less someone decides To blow up Hellemsl, year- books Tend To look somewhaT alike. The Coloradan sfafl, emersed in The Task of mak- ing a year unique, forms a convivial group in- habiTing several rooms high in The UMC. They look aT picTures and laugh and read copy and laugh and are a very happy group. They can afford To be happy because nobody sees whaT They are laugh- ing aT unTil The end of The year when mosT of The sTaTT have gone far away. I ' Carol Porter Assf. Managing Edifor V v .. B b J k' L3 Oufqfgqir Sandi Ralsfon Y I Copy Eclltor 4 Lilly Reser Academics Edifor Rick Taylor Assf. Copy Editor Susan Zimmerman and Jim Lee Asst. Layout Editors Linda Svore Proof Reader .,., 'Lf . sqm- Q. 'ii v I W l i I 1 Holland Duell Royalfy Edilor Pace-seffers Edlfor ff' ,.f- il L I x , Wi' .".-1-' ..4I.'f..'f.I' vs .... - V-. v N nw in-.3 -PPI-Zi "Ii- ag .v f.',-:.g,g.-5 x Jayma Bloom Andrea Favref Seniors Editor l ' . il 1 4- , pjg. Lyja- Jack Feldman Sports Eclifor mfg ,J. ur' ,Vi Pam Kildahl Photo Coordinofor Jean McGIockin ond Bill Quirk Residences Editors Cindi Gorshow Seniors Ediror Priscifla Bickel Assf. Greeks Edifor 1 fl Rachael Glueck Greeks Ediror Lydia Hodgkins ond Sue Ellen Harrison Index cmd Exchange Editor ' 'lilx Q- ."' W 'Nl ' 1 1 Randi Doeker Publicoiions Edifor . . 5. t Jon Sanko Greeks Ediror , i Q i ,Q Larry Stevens Student Govf. Editor Carolyn Moore Organizations Ed. Elizabeth Mclntosh Religious Org. Joanne Nurducci Specicul lnferesf f fi 14' 41 df? 1 Kathy Bowden Honorciries George Ruppel Military Ed. S A , L business staff sets sales record Linda Houdek Receptionisf .3 QAQI i,,l e e ' Cafhy Gerhuuser Bus. Mgr. ,. ,LE fl. i Soles Staff: Susan McLemore, Barbara Wise, Lori Wendler, Ellis Kingman and Bob Houston. Barb Strauss Assf. Bus. Mgr 4 colorado daily, or whatever happened to the comics A college newspaper ofTen finds iTself in The posTiTion of prinTing news which expresses The mind of youThful sTudenTs, acTual news sTories, and The mind of The Board of PublicaTions. This eTernal Triangle is whaT gives a college news- paper iTs unique flavor and separaTes iT from newspapers of The ordinary worlol lThaT plus The absence of The comics and The Sunday supplemenfl. The Colorado Daily, which if you're a morning person, can be picked- up aT sfands all over cam- '.v4'l...-fr , T i T Susie Schmidt Edifor pus lif you're an afTernoon person iT's probably on The floor of your philosophy classl, is run and sTaffed like a profif-running newspaper - excepf ThaT The sTaff goes To school aT The same Time. This is noT an easy job, nor is iT easy To coordinaTe The minds of l6,000 sTudenTs info seven or eighT pages. Pal' McGraw EdiTorial Page Edifor nl!F"""" Virginia Ostrander RecepTionisT Frank Bell Managing Edifor Mike Brownlee Dcxy Copy Editor 4, ".v.! fi, 3 iff. f Kathi Grunewald ond Jane Lord Associate Editors Marla Swedlund Day News Editor Dianne Sudok, Night News Editor Jim Simmons, Night Copy Editor 4 1 14 ,, P. is I Pin. kufgd- , , Gordon Yale City Editor I , , I ,Y-1 - 'tw ,. 4-5-i.' , ' 1Qj,"f. , I fffl-rdf", , XR, 1 "L, i- ' ' F J- , , V . ,- ,J if j..',Q . ' 141 A Frank Malone Night News Eclifor Rob Pudim Co rfoonisf Dove Cholfon Efhos EdiTor Dave Goon Godfly Edifor n A -7' :Jn JI-1 JE., 1 F 5 Man C.-4... 5 Carol Bozeman News Coordinator Wayne Crosslin Photography Steve Volstad, Sports Ed. Lew Ruggiero, Asst. Sports Ed. Isaac Green Rim Copy Editor ..- ..-.-...Q Nancy Bentson Feofu re Ed ifor 143, business staff makes daily self-supporting Q, , Qu, Eline McCabe Asst Business Mcxnciger Peter Nugent Business Manager Ted Searl cmd Bud Hines Sciles Represenfcfives l 5 if ff: 1347 x 1 I L ! ,f , Que- Bill Babcock cmd David Crites Sales Represenfofives Bill Hodde Credit Manager Marty Steinberg Aol. Manager l 1 v Q1 " I e Q e llale , on lll ' ' X ' H - n.vq.,...... ' b. , If . A f David Hall cmd Eline McCabe Accounfcm1's lw Jane Carfagno Asst. Ad. Manager nisus: a creative outlet Sol Grozi Managing Editor Andy Quiet Business Manager vw. wtiv :A-M-gs A 1', I- i7SlN .L e....- ll ' Larry Berkowitz Editor The University of Colorado is often referred to as the most beautiful campus in the nation, but its beauty is not limited to architecture and landscape. lts beauty is evident in the creative spirit of the campus. Nisus is the outlet for the creative works of the campus - whatever those works may be. The purpose of Nisus as an outlet for these works is two fold. The poems, prose, photography, and drawings in its issues are some of the outstanding on campus. Secondly, Nisus as a quality production, enhances the creative atmosphere ofthe campus. Finally, Nisus hopes that through diversification of material a greater segment of the campus community will gain satisfaction from the material included. 1 U Mark Klein ond Dave Smith Mike Winter Photographer H. 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V 'M ' N 'BX Jigfliifni--V:If-2X-,HEXif-1f5371'?:,ff3-Fi l2Q."":'i"'1V-' 'V ' " I. 2:?1,j-?Jj.Z1X,:,. ixfjirlll , ,f,Q,"r, 'V L lib Vf' " , 'V'-'T.1V-"'52':- ' . K ' ,' V- im :V X. N,,Z,U. WXfLf2XW,M,1X,,XX X. X X X 'T' in l Til 5.8 il? l 0 . -A 4 v c 0 "T" roman ,, f l T'-"""P' ' ' wr- H,-, C e 'T L , fl. Once again a greaT UniversiTy - The UniversiTy of Colorado - is presenTing an excellenT yearbook, The H1968 COLORADANI' The developmenT of The STaTe of Colorado from an un- seTTled sTaTe To one of The more progressive sTaTes of The WesT is paralleled by The developmenT of Colorado UniversiTy To one of The ouTsTanding insTiTuTions of higher learning Training The TinesT of our sTudenTs To meeT and solve The problems of Tomorrow is The challenge ThaT faces all universiTies. We are immensely proud of The manner in which The UniversiTy of Colorado is meeTing This challenge. Sincerely, John A. Love, Governor STaTe of Colorado A if publish andfor perish" Like cz swimmer in ci whirlpool The CU RegenTs are ever pushing, and ever pushed. Theirs is The oTTenThc1nkless iob of who sTo1ys ond who musT go. As ci sTudenT is enTrusTed To ci Teacher, so The UniversiTy is enTrusTed To Them. BLJT Their decisions, unlike CJ proTessor's, may eTfecT Us cxll. 4 The fundamenfal obligaTion of The UniversiTy -To offer The highest qualify of insTrucTion our resources will permiT in undergraduaTe, graduafe and professional curricula - Takes on ever greaTer dimen- sions. We musT conTinue To sTrive, againsT a background of expanding knowledge and growing enrolImenTs, To keep in focus The basic human values and inTeresTs ThaT mankind has always shared. lam sure Thaf The COLORADAN This year will provide a Treasured record of achievemenTs, of meaningful experiences, of hope for The fufure in The highesf TracliTion of The UniversiTy. Joseph R. Smiley Presidenf, UniversiTy of Colorado Thurston E. Manning Vice-Presidenf, Deon of Faculty DEW' 'Ui ,QE-A uw-J' va ZQQPEA f' v as JJ lf! Eugene H. Wilson Vice-President, Deon of Foculfy Glenn E. Burnett Vice-Presidenf of Sfudenf Affairs '. ames Quigley Deon of Men 156 to educate others is to constantly learn Scott Tyler News Services Hi old problems take on new faces as the present grows on the past Deon of Ad w P. Raymond Johnson U 'versity Purcho I W s'ng Agent Hel Pl cement Bureau G orge S. Lesser S eciol S 'W I Earl Young UMC Student Activities and education is individually shaped. with the momentum of knowledge always challenging, by size and composition, the process of education C. Dean Graves Alumni Relations Theodore Volsky Sfuolenf Life Cenier Dwight V. Roberis Developmenix Foundofion R. Clifford Yoder Director of Sfucleni Residences secrete ries: the invisable backbone All complex social institutions come in related levels: pentagons and ant colonies and univer- sities. The student naturally believes he is the top level, and in reality he is, but he sel- dom realizes how far his roots are buried inthe level hierarchy. He is a person with a double life: his physical, touchable self who walks to classes, and his paper existence in file cabinets all over campus. Just as the function of the university is to educate the student, the student's existence as student is the function of a level known as secretaries. But few people ever wonder why they are student no. 318893, or how their tuition bills ever catch up with them. Toward the end of their four yea rs they begin to ponder the matter of their records and who adds them up to the sum of graduation. But otherwise students just don't think about people they never see. ,E I believe the fundamental aim of a liberal arts education is to develop free men for participation in a free society. Men must learn to doubt and dare assume responsibility, but only well-informed and critical thinking men can escape the bondage of un- founded preiudice and ignorance and make wise decision. To accomplish their goal students must demand and be given responsibility. Students and faculty must engage in a free search for evidence, in an unin- hibited formulation of new hypotheses, and in a continual testing of their findings. Students must be actively involved in a meaningful dialogue with other students, faculty, and the world. Students must be given the opportunity to respond imagin- atively and creatively to real problems. Effective teaching involves the encouragement and demand of student participation, examination, and thinking. Only so can students become free and responsible men. W. D. Weir Professor, Philosophy Chairman, Honors Dept. Q ,ei--za, ,YQHIG li. Y 1 , A , .,,i., 5- ,ir Q y' .k J 4. , .L 1 I, 1- ' X.. . , 13 52 V A 2 B WM , r -, ,J . -,W-,:' A A 1-. Lua . ' L' - .., ' - Q V16 ., VF I ,M1,Vg.,E- -YI' V, V -1 . . . ' ' '. lu ' ,Yi-'J ,f - " ,N fi'-E'.L'?fTg:,57f5? Q ,Y I , . 'J --'f-'w ', . Nf., ' NH: .- F 7 ., ..,-9-,, 4, -4 ' ,I . . , l- .,lrj,1V 3' ,Qu , 163 A . J, 7 5I, . ' 5 1 St? 5 ' -JFK r 4 MaThemaTics is less a science Than iT is one of The humaniTiesg IT is open To anyone who is willing To learn a new language and To develop The habiT of using pencil and paper lloTs of paper.l Passive accepTance spoils The fun: experirnenT, conjecTure, sea rch for a counTerex- ample - all lead a sTudenT To The wonders of hu man creaTiviTy, which is involved wiTh relaTion- ships and paTTerns. I Think There mighT be an upper division course for The liberal arTs sTu-' denT called "AppreciaTion of MaThernaTics," de- signed for exploraTion of maThemaTics as an arT, buT wiThouT a compulsion on The sTudenT To loecome The arTisT. Jean GiIIeTT Ferris lnsTrucTor, MaThemaTics , ...,T'l'24 The purpose of education is not to teach but to learn. The only test of teaching is learning, and learning, not iust in the classroom but in the whole life experience ofthe person. What Then is learning? It is nothing more nor less Than de- velopment. Development means simply that Things which were impossible aT one Time become possible aT a later time. The formation of The elements, The development of compounds, the evolution of life, and The development of man and society all have this in common, that the impossible becomes possible. The test of every process which purports to advance learning is the critical and often embarrassing question "What can we do now That we could not do before?" After we have taken a course we can pass an exami- nation which we could not do before. lt is hard to be content, however, with The view that the purpose of formal education is to teach people to pass examina- tions, even though obiectively this might be a rather satisfactory description. lt is legitimate to ask, "After you have passed the examinations, can you do anything else?" . . . Nevertheless, knowledge increases and development goes on. lt is out ofthe universities that what is now impossible will become possible - the abolition of poverty, the abolition of war, the fulfillment of individual potentiality. All these things are now impossible. We can learn to make them possible. What a marvelous time this is in which to live! And how fortunate are the young who by learning will make the impossible possible! Kenneth E. Boulding Visiting Professor, Economics ,431-,, IL up. mt 5321912 ' J.-1 or Jr JE,- nf- X-:Af f ,,,.. W . Q4 :R-QM df' qu ' K M- Y -. 4433: Jax, .dt .3 , P. v '13 ..-9 X 1 u N-1 ww X 2 im S , ieggf- .W E 'Wi ,-1 N., .. "- - 4 -445,1 Sm. - -7 at I. .pr N , 1-g',,f .L ,123 ' ff tg' 5 nuff..-f, ' v -'aww 1 -J v -, .J x 1x 4 + A - 1 A 1' - ,,,d3f:sf.+ f, il' f f an n '1 A ig?-.va . FEP ITV.. , A 'W S 'Ja 31 -i'-fx . . n 5 4 - ,. - 1 - ,..'- ,,v. A' , 3' .' 35. .1 . , R Teaching is a matter of total academic involvement. lt means participating in the creation of ideas Through a plethora of classroom and professional activities. It seems to me college students are a terribly critical audience. They demand a meaningful exchange of ideas and there- fore academic involvement is put to its greatest test in the classroom. There is a sense of urgency to teaching. Once your hour in the classroom has evaporated there is no re-hearing. Thus, students participate aggressively in their total academic environment only when they sense a mutual concern on the part of the teacher, not iust simple instruction. This participation involves exchanging ideas within and beyond the classroom. Not only is it critical for students to have access to the teacher, but the reverse must hold true as well. Ideological intolerance will continue wherever there is no ready access to criticism and challenging opinions. David H. Bowen Associate Professor of Marketing -1 I xx' 1 I I , W ,-' 169 r The one cerToin inTeIIecTuol difference be- Tween The hisTorion ond dll oTher men deoiling wiTh hisToricol moTeric1Is,is To be found in The hisTorion's sense of Time ond complexiiy. The hisTorion knows There is no presenT, roTher There is only o consTonT blend ing of poisT ond fuTure Thc1T mon, wiTh his infonTiIe need for sTc1biliTy,ccilIs presenT. If ci mon chooses To be on hisforion iT is becouse he is commiTTed To oi fciscinoTion wiTh socieTy GT iTs mosT complex moment To finding noT fincil onswers for some ToTc1liTies, buT To The refining of iudgmenT making Techniques of individuols wiThin The ToToIiTy. Finolly, The hisTorioin is convinced Thor progress Takes plcice os These individuol refinemenTs be- come diffused in ever lorger groups. iT is The complicoTed business of This diffusion ThoT The hisTorion finds his Iife's work. Dr. W. Simon Professor, HisTory If teaching means anything, it means that we force stu- dents to question their own attitudes and assumptions. I think students often expect the teaching of English literature to be an instructive lesson in reading appreci- ation: being taught to like what they read. Frankly, I don't care whether or not a student "likes" what he reads. I want my students to learn that the reading of a book involves critical iudgment, that is, the ability to understand what is and what is not there, to see an idea and consider its implications. But in order to bring a student to the threshold of his own mind lGibran's phrasel, the professor has to be willing to sacrifice his own security and refuse to heed the community when it says, "Teach our children our values." Which means, emulate the distrust of unconventional people and ideas. What we must teach is the habit of criticism respon- sibly applied, and the humility to say, "I don't know," when we don't. Only then will the once and golden world which we hear so much about be even a possibility. Paul Levitt Assistant Professor, English 4 I like and conTinue To be fascinafed by The visual arTs, noT as a creaTor buT as a sTudenT. And, as a Teacher, I musT know as well as love my subiecf, as Thoroughly and inTimaTeIy as possible. Learning, like The work of arf, is a fanTasTic condifion. IT lives and yeT is noT consumed. IT is demanding and yeT friendly. The work of arf - be iT wriTTen, spoken, per- formed, painTed or fashioned - is for me The richesT manifesfafion and conTinuing means of learning. IT can be The crucible of so many and varied powers of man. I like To Think of The Teacher as The gracious hosT, a man of good will. For someone musT say, "Come loin me in savoring This .... for There is a fellowship of learning." Robert B. Hawkins Professor, HumaniTies 7 A poeT, KeaTs once said, has "no idenTiTy" because he is consTanTly filling some oTher body," Trying imaginaTively To become a parT of The realiTy he wishes To porTray. A Teacher of The humaniTies sTands in much The same relaTionship To his maTerial. To convey The acTual per- cepTions of The greaf minds of The pasT and The presenT, The Teacher musT sTruggle for an imaginaTive sympaThy which frees him To under- sTand wiThouT The disTorTing lense of egoTism. AT The same Time The Teacher musT sTrive Tor an awareness of whaT is acTually happening in The minds of his sTudenTs, an awareness unclouded by a desire To impress or To influence personally. Thus, in relaTion boTh To The subiecT and To The sTudenTs, The Teacher's Task is parT and parcel of The larger and all-imporTanT purpose of human life -To see and undersTand people as They really are. Douglas Burger AssisTanT Professor, English f .ff R , v N. Yu Q 177 L iw.. fx. , 4 f-.. - 1' ' Y -t':- -93 A 7" cw., 'wi e . , g.'-w?2:5gq.1 , . t ,, , ,t 1 is .msew'f?2l":?- -'A 'L L0-U52 .vi tx V92- -mu, t. -Q Contact with students - particularly freshmen - is to be one of the most 'appealing aspects of teaching. Today's display a kind of candor and integrity toward education that I find refreshing. Their involvement with the real word is positive and hopeful. Being a part of higher education is an absorbing enter- prise in which I suffered practically everything but boredom. Duane Ball Associate Professor, Engineering Design Many of you TrusT me, some of you even like me. The generaTion gap is greaT - The realiTy gap is small. We are parT of The same world, you and I. You wanT The TruTh from me - I expecT honesTy from you. You wanT To quesTion -I hope you vvill. You wanT To change The world - I I see you sTarTing righT here. You are willing To lisTen To some of my ideas - I lisTen and am amazed and for The mosT parT pleased wiTh yours. Once in a While your ideas and my ideas are The same ideas. No one will ever convince me ThaT you dream The impossible dream. Much of iT is possible. Don'T IeT anyone Tell you noT To dream because The dream can'T come True. Believe in The fuTure - believe in your- selves. Make your world whaT you vvanT iT To be. Make your dream come True. Frances Pierce Financial Manager, UMC ' 'sw 9 teaching recognition award "The only absolute knowledge is a dynamic knowledge which is ever in progress . . . we, as teachers, should present uncertainty with the highlights of a challenge, not merely as a threat to security." That knowledge is not a pat, once-learned part of lite, but that it is the search of lite, is a philosophy ot many. But to make the philos- ophy come to lite, to make it breathe and walkin the minds ot students, this is a rare quality. lt is for such qualities that the Student Development Foundation recognizes Hazel E. Barnes, Professor of Classics, with the 1967 Teaching Recognition Award. robert I. stea rns award l Russell Walseth . Mitchell Donald W. Sears . . . superior Teaching . . . exceprionol service To The Universify . . . To The communiTy . .. To The sTuoIenTs . . To The few, an honor. Margaret Robb hi A cap and gown, a cerTiTicaTe wiTh a seal and The values, The all imporTanT sTandards are no longer There. The long-soughT gradepoinT is surpassed by The TacT ThaT no one can Tail you ouT of life. Four years of blue books and aTTendance sheeTs merge inTo a composiTe of an educaTion. BuT ouT of This fusion will emerge people who were more Than givers of exams. People who said, "Think abouT This, This is life, This is you." From These people who Tried To Teach The whole of your world Through blunT words of TruTh, a few were presenTed on The preceeding pages. Their True saTisTac:Tion is ThaT search Tor whaT is really knowledge in whaT is really life. And This you will remember. 4 - . ..., -Q - 'ug- 3 A""hq,,,, , 'N "-'nm-. Wu-, ...ya 4 ,v For on long Time educoTion is CI word. IT sTc1nds for The mechonics of going To closs, Toking noTes, or wondering orounol in The sTocks Tor oi book ThoT won'T be There. BUT moiybe There comes o Time when you reolize ThoT you hove learned, noT spenT 50 minuTes ouT of The roin. you have learned . 107' 1111.1 1 1 111"1,W ' 111 .- r 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 111 11 A 1.1 11. x . X 1 x 56 I 111"M11' HN 1 1 1 J . 1 . 15 11.1- !.,',T'2T-- 1 11111 , H 1, f A '25 lj ' 1 'Y 1 1 11 H 4--. 1 k 1 - 1 As ,. . .. "' . hm' ,,, 1. - X . -5. 11 1311! 1 11 1 1 1, 1 1 Ew,, -9 1-K X1 .11 191' 1- L 1, .I W ,1 ,ATM - . .mm W 'Ugg a foundation to grow on n . 1. .y. . - - -5,I.,1L.L- "- 1 . Z.: 1'-L - . 'r ' , . I . . ' A M , , 1-, ,, . x vljw ,Q um, 1 ,:.,3:i,.. f,., xv, wh :ill-" '7 :,- iv W' J , " ,. , .-G, ., .dum !' W ,,.g.V!': 'T ily.. , Aw V ,. ,,J, .1 V.: VI Q - -, .V 'l 'JN 189 9 You have read or measured with your eye or ca retully copied in a notebook, and you remember. From someone else's knowledge you have a foundation tor your own. It is there - new, shapeless, pale-colored, and unsure. But you build upon it with your hands and your mind. 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EF: H ,El .f VCE' I8 not-so little lettle lyres lend support This year, as a precedenT, The Alpha Chi's Tapped i 8 LiTTle Lyres who acTed as big broThers and added Their supporT To such Things as Sigma Chi Derby, where iT always helps To have male cheer behind you. For Homecoming The Alpha C,hi's hardly needed any help as They and The Lambda Chi's did ci "Shuffle off To Buffalo." for Third place. Everyone from Adam and Eve To primiTive Tribal warriors made an appearance aT The cosTume pa rTy, LasT Weekend, held in EsTes Park. The nexT weekend was noT losT, however, as The Alpha Chi's gave a spaceship efTecT To Their house for visiTing Dads. WinTer was Taken advanTage of and sTudies were Torgorren Tor aT leasT one weekend as The Alpha Chi's Took Their annual ski Trip To Breckenridge. 200 alpha delta's win homecoming The Alpha DelTa Pi's and The Tau Kappa Epsilons borrowed "The Surrey wiTh The Fringe on Top" from The musical Oklahoma and crepe papered iT inTo TirsT place for homecoming decoraTions. The resT of The year was divided inTo The serious and The Tun. The house con- TribuTed To Their naTional proiecT, The NaTional SocieTy Tor Crippled Children and AdulTs, and gave a ChrisTmas parTy Tor The girls from Morrison House complefe wiTh a SanTa Claus and a candy Tilled' pinaTa. Chrisfrnas was also a Time To help boyfriends and They were TreaTed To a sTeak dinner and afTerwards a Tree- Trimming parTy where They paid for Their dinner by The TradiTional meThod of singing songs To go wiTh The season. 985 l6Th STreeT Rcelphie's Surrey A - I Ejfrbf Y ' E fiber gdfari ?AL.,Fi'r:maQ:W N lBf S. Jipcqlerri Gijohxgson L: Kay M. 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' ' --I --4- -A' fr: - ,- .,:. e-'A-'ft " I , na- ,If g 'r 3 if .3 gl. l -' ' J si- n -,z V P ' 'L W-' .fi J ' Q fl' rl' - ll , - - ,. ,Q Q ii . l 'riff' - ,i ' il Ls: - l E.Leyi f 1 SI-Levlnslq' -.l-L1-'Fill l .AY ,, , HL , L, W iw, ... , , , ,uf K . as --. Y-WW -,--- ff' riding along on our carousel To The A E Phis and The men of Alpha Kappa Lambda, if was more Than iusT one ride on a carousel, iT was days in a world of crepe paper skies and chicken wire walls, revisions, sleepless nighTs, and The learning To work TogeTher in Those hecTic days before Homecoming. And The learning conTinued. A wake-up breakfasT for The new pledges helped acquainT Them more wiTh Their pledge moms, and a knowledge of Their heri- Tage was olofained from a Founder's Day Luncheon. The learning conTinued and also The Tun as The A E Phis parTicipaTe in exchange dinners wiTh ofher Greek houses, and inviTed Their parenTs for an annual weekend of college life. The culminaTion of all These acTiviTies was The sororiTy reTreaT To EsTes Park which provided fun as well as ci chance To discover The meaning of "sisTer." P'-V m':1yg.,,,, Q ' 'FEW-guJ .4 - W . .Ng- Homecoming was CI wisfful re1'urnTo youfh ond c1IIThe'rimes you Tried for The ring. 911 17TI'1 Sfreef J L-Bhilliirsm J.LRng5n, ., X. R- S. ffgayp Wfug-nina y VM.-Wdnbergylw A.. Weifson fS. Worrmag J. Yearggmhi Q.. Alpha Gamma Delta had the usual planned activities this year - Dad's Weekend, Christmas Formal, sneaks, etc. - but various unplanned activities contributed greatly to the year as well. Mom Gunning, surprised members with two picnic lunches because she thought Rush had kept them indoors too much. On five minutes notice, everyone flowed into the foothills for lunch. The odd-numbered rooms wakened the even-numbered rooms at 6:00 a.m. one morning serving breakfast in bed and issuing a football challenge. Despite the terrific spirit of the even-numbered rooms, singing such favor- ites as "Fight, Even, Down the Field," the odd-numbered rooms won. The pledge class showed its creative talents by com- posing a song. Any resemblance the melody might have had to an old Mickey Mouse Club tune was of course coincidental. At an impromptu Ugly Dinner, the girls dressed in clashing clothes, with a prize going to the ugliest ensemble. It was a difficult decision for the judges, with everyone, including Mom Gunning, looking truly ghastly. 855 Broadway X-?.,.:D, V. i... g gesyf.. V - as .- fe. -I I it sf Us f-f' ., . , sf- iiw,. Y ,--' g,.. -Q , . "- Q planned and unplanned projects add to alpha gams year Alpha Gamma Delfa's closing The generation gap on Dad's Day. l . Y ' nh, , Jn-vm Y ,.,.T.i,L. SFAS Mtg... 1 I ' T2 , vida-.few L: , . N 'lifll flv-gl ' lil: A ll -15:21 ' j.Q1g,5g1hg,11 ,fl :Ir . ' 'L . Z, ' L lslifiq f .ll l Nui. Lfrglzljm, W 'll ng 4 ' 43"-ilsf mmap- -f l 3 . l 53:34 liaicilil :v 1 1 " ' ' is eillhvl ' V 'f ' f ' ' aopi's mark fortieth year on campus 11513 1-eww - :irq ' 2.331 argl, wx, QQ, fin g.y r p M W .XfL.'e1 .mia ER Wg, ,W 31 Q , 'Wx ff xt- K' Qx 20 '-Q 1015 151'h Sfreef The AOPi's celebrated Their tortieth year on campus by receiving a visit from their international president. The three days of her visit were an education and a reaftirming of the goals and ideals ot the national sorority, as well as details of other AOPi chapters she had visited. Her visit not only strengthened the bond of Alpha Omicron Pi between the chapter members, but it drew them closer to the other chapters across the country. Fall became a busy time as the actives acquainted the new pledge class with Greek lite, and entertained their dates at the fall party and Christmas ball. They also devoted time to their philanthropy proiect by giving a party tor Boulder arthritics. 20 7 20 phi ski: an all day formal where the dress is warm 8 IT wasn'T so much The skis and poles all over The room and Trying To slip inTo in- sulafed underwear Thaf was Too TighT be- cause iT was your roornn'1aTe's, buT leaving aT five in The morning is almosf Too much. And even if you're noT a devoTed skier, Phi Ski was sTill a band, The aTmosphere of a lodge, and a chance To see who The pledges are daTing. The fall formal was a reward for all The laTe nighTs before Homecoming where no one goT any sTudying done, buT loTs of crepe papered-sTained fingers. And also for The nighTs during Dad's Weekend when The dads piraTed a floor of roorns and The daughTers slepT on The floor. The pledge class sponsored a Hcilloween parTy for orphans wiTh The ATO's, and The influence of a scholarship Talk by Dr. Bowen was slighfly d-ispelled when The dads gave The house a color Television. Q K-'JiFkSQIi L, MgQi21ecn - T. Miller' K ' A' ' E o mega' B. Pnckgird - - - ML Pate ' vol. IJ" ' Pflfegexrs "lf l'd only known he 777 Broadway had o moustache I wouIdn'T have brought my date." O lfiirlr l 6th Street Spirit reigned over Dad's Day as Chi Omegas entertained their favorite men to a week- end of football, dancing and beer. Not all of the weekends were devoted to fathers, however. One weekend was strictly a girl's affair as the Chi O's held a fall retreat in the mountains to organize for the year ahead. But the rest of the weekends were devoted to such co-educational activities as working on homecoming decorations with the Chi Psi's, a Halloween costume dinner and a welfare children's Christmas party with the Pi Kaps. The pledge class worked to produce the winning entry to the Sigma Chi Derby which helped them to win the second place trophy. 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Current holders ofthe Panhel- lenci Scholarship Cup, the DG's sought to maintain high interest in educational matters by having speakers throughout the year who spoke on academic matters as well as issues ot social concern. Being informed is not all there is to an education, there is also being involved. Anal to this end the DG's sponsored an Ice Cream Social with everyone invited, and raised money for the organizations of 214 Sight Conservation and Aid to the Blind. . ' A - urs: aa- - , S 'in Q H28 Pennsylvania Avenue iii' 'fb l V Q "1 . 4 ' " f 'life' L . E251 af, - 1. ff, . , lg 1 f ig. 4. pf..-F, , fell' l -5 1 .lg 5. ill' llf- .'x..1:1fl ll ' S. Genryy Mrs. l-I. O'Connor C. Van Drufl' L. Azlcisun R. Sweerland M. Graham S. Keller S. Zimmerman K. Sand: S. Riuenhouse Prekident Hdusemother Vice'Pres. Pledge Trainer Vice-Pres. Rush Clirrnn. Recording Sec. Co4House Mgr. Ca-House Mgr.. Scholarship Chnryj . ev k ' e . b . . . . v .. .., A J., , - 3 "'7f"l "' All ll' .1:F'l'.. 'T l " .:-Sf" " 1-P' . A' Y -' YQ. .N .a -'lilli-5 fl H .- . N- lr 11- A A. A - V f It Af , . -:J - -1. ... n L l if l V.'Farrell A. Favre: M. Filbey M. Fink N. Frazee C. Gerhauser G. Gotzian B. Gmblc D.,Grande K. Hasser Vi A h , . ,H .lm AE.. , -.5 'val - , 'll V - - "ill 4' . E. I N A .- Y. M in J l- , :W f if 1 ., ' 51 --fl 4 Q F: ' f- fn ..- IJ 1 A 1 ,, 'I . I' lnl v ll ' I '- P L -f l' 'f' 4 .4-ff -al l l I 3 f 1 X. W e . . , . , .I is 9' 1 ' ,211 4 V Habennan C. Hamilmn N. Hart A. Hoglund J. Hughes L. Isaacson K. Jensen S. Jensen S. Jessup L. Johnson ' 1-.E-.,,.. -,i5,. . H 'A , , . - 1 ll l ll H . W . , Tu ll I ll 1 - . ,. 1 f. !l gr ' , - v. Q. If 9: N, u, J -f ,Q .J , rv 'r fn I L as . I L ' ,gl 1 X . , '1 A A-41Ql1.I15C0lT M-. Keller B. Kelley K. Kelley A. Kelly N. Kinderman T. Kohlhuse M. Lenox C. Ley L. Locke 1 ' B. Mqlngosh , M. A. Mc Elroy S. Mc Lemon: .P. Mc Williams J. Meyer D. Minner L. Miles S. Miller N. Minning, R. 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Thomason B. Thompson P. Tledeagxfzn- . W. Waldgon Walton N " !J..Nan,Duzer E K. Zornei , A .. 6 l T winter a bright season for gamma phi's T WinTer meanT many Things To The Gamma Phi's This year. IT all began l wiTh The pledges' adopTion of Gl's in VieTNam under The command of The husband of The Gamma Phi BeTa chapTer advisor. GiTT collecTion boxes of useful and enjoyable Things were packed and senT off. The pledge class was also acTive This WinTer earning money. As a ChrisT- mas surprise for The acTive c:hapTer, The pledges presenTed The house wiTh a sTereo and radio console. Also lending To The holiday spiriT were The Pledge Formal, Which formally presenTed The 1967 Pledge class, The Red Slipper Ball in February which relived The fun and glory of The "TwenTies' ', and for The Third year in a row a Gamma Phi was selecTed as CU's WinTer Carnival Snow Queen. , - ' ' Y Y ...-"9 , ,Y M In--H,,,...-1" - sg f Mi',,,,...--R-' . , ef' - ""', . U,,T.n--"" .-4:5 ""'. 1 .Y. -ff- ':,Tf'f:fi Jacqueline FrosT sfrikels again. 935 l6TlW STVGST- 5 r..cimTin f?gsl.cT??k A ceiifs-is nT.:eoiiw ?B'CbffLs- 55 TT -.'ri -5 .-,T Qsusflyiw Q T 2 -. xl , -1 T T ,vw N T- -1" ii A' T 'T .-' i ill - - '. f- me - ' Y: T 5- 2 1' -E ' ' ' ,-, , - F'1'i.'. -,am , Z Z Y , , 5. A . .UUE :V , 4, Q' L V: L . , 12, V .V A .5 5 I V- .- - " X S ,ff , fqfirfig T 1 V or - . fi ,. U .,--. 1 ' 'rl 'if " , " 1 - f' . -a 5 1 ,T Pu' T T'-' 'N r fn" H3 ':gtij'T"ifff1I..:pui3'?i'fl-5. -ff' T 'T . T " - - ' 1 ' - ' ' ' 5 'El v. . . rr ,- - , . ,- . -'-- A, .T Y U H H :ai 'T ,V L,-'tp . , fy-Y: If, 1--L.-5, 1,3 .1 '- 'uf T' Li-,-'L ."flJ,',.L ITM J"'i . . , T , YY ... , - ,. -. 1.'. - v. -f. , ,.1., . , 5 , J -L -vi '. ,err ...N a T-I-i Y' ...fax ,-,-,- ..1. T A , . , - f A T , . ,Y in, ,. M- J. . ,L ,J .,1p.-rl,-., J, L ..z .i,,i-ui, ug- ,- ,i,,.,,l ' , ,,,-, ., ,Line Y ., ,Ee - eg. Lf, ,.1.,.., ,1.:.e.'- .HAL meeeu.-:qu A :.A.:.e1r5 ii-. - 1-2' f 2--FT A-'-Me QT-' 15 - 'Lin " J Fr---7 3 ia:-5533 -,1 , . W 4-L 3:9 . - -:1 - .6 ,T-'iff .Y:, age., .1 T., fri.,-if fgxgi L 23.52 +4,?,1, ., . ,N 1. Y. ,, :, . -'14 ,,Y- - 4, w H , 4 wk.: 11 1 Ti."-'. ' Y 5" ' I F ' ' - 1' ' ' 'V ' A .- r. uw ' X ' .: .' r J. ' - 4,1 X I K . , ... . . . -. . . .5 , . L. I-3 Mrs. Gnofling Ivlonyixah- K. Clark D. Buoy, L. Rosebraugh, 'N..Firzpa:rick S.. Haynes fS. Tousley D. Khmer' Y W .I?rgsidgn't V ,Hpusemorher ViqesPres. Plgdge-Trainer Recordirjqieg. - Trias. Rusfv.7Qlu-fran. House Manager Standards, Chr-mn. Social Chrmn. C.DgipielS. in 'G.:Db Rennrg . ' iDick M. Dimmer C. Denham S. Doridhn A.1DoxyJ L. Drew D. Edge- Q J. Eyerlrzirrp. .' J. Lange La Force D A K. Lmii L. Lehan L. Lenny M. Lurnberg L. 'Maisie Cf. Mazone M. McCrcskgy M. McKeigha.n N Miller M Mxrchell J Moon J Murphy M Nanon J Ixxison Q Noonan A North K Norvell J Pnlfreyman K. Perrin K. Peterson ' M. Pbmeroy V. Powellr L. Rajala K. Rickefson T. Riede S. Richmond A. Rorhermil S. Saehlenou jI-. ,Sf1rFIil- gn-.,1Ql-Vxsyfffpfdf' NJ. 5-'fbpggsley K 3J...jvgxf!a:-.I g,gs.y..x1... 1. ixmnsrmm xvnxfqoabfidgq gy.,-zuckgf' 1 ,,.-.-...LW .fr ' , mr, ,. . -51.5-...5. ,. S. . . '-.n.1'l.u W g Bhsufeeney, V. Van Dvfke C. Ennis C. Lzipp C. Han Q. 4, , I--K 'J V, , , 'Q r' ' AA A A A K. Bhwden ' NL T A'to II. G df ll S.fS bel V C. Fi Ah Rush. Clilirrfnan Hqagglvlng? Hguxgleflngf. Smndardgsglhnn Pjeszdgqt- A I Vice President Pledge Trnf. Recording Sec. Cowes. Sec, Trait. , , -, T1 "': A5'AA flGA ff 1 2' 7" 121. - ., fi' A . '. lAA "yA- -- A' w ' 1 7 - - W " .4 .L 'J-1: 1. J - .. ff Q - V -W -rg. " 'f if ' A '-: ' ' 1 li 12 A ' '- . Q A 1- Je? ' f ' ' wg.. In r- . , A' . f I A , ' ' A'7 ' 5 Y-:gn I , Y I K . . ., .. , I I 17 2 Q., I L X K. Adamson Allporr- M.'fCZHluhgne- - Casd. A' S. Cleaver , J. ifmlg KLAAHplscher Hoovei M. Hoover L. A M. Bqrrhuli C. Blckford V. ,Glue-gg '1. Clymer J. Plegtjlie M. Imig Z I. Inghram ' F- 'w 'JN - U , x ' L 52 , If - L . 'A .f L g flfl ., 2 N- ' , : ' - , .. ' Af A' A V 'A N A, . . 2 A if X , IN! ' ' APA ! AA ' f' V ,fi l w ,,,. ' A .A l F A ffbix K- .5 X, 2 . L N 3 K A fy I ' , ,Y A. Blount V. Keller 'ISD - -'X f N v A. ,. . .x . K. Bradburn S. Brady A BL'Brown AD.-lmeiioriuiml Di.D1ack.' l D. Dimil lvf.Friii' Blffilldncnjg + ' j..Gljzgie7 A, Kerlkel C:Kgnne.dY A' L. Kiely ' , ' .. XQ . 4 A W . 4-. A " iff' 1' Z' ' N. Kitkpacrltk M. Kleirscfh K.'Kloepfe1 K. Krueger T. Mayo K. Medligorr J.1Leonar2l S. Lolimnn L. 'Mann S. Maple B. Maxwell ' C.AMcljtrrnid. I. O'Bmilori - J. AOTKEME -A. O'Luughlin ' K. Olson D. Palmer 1. 5 V . SG., Bain? -sL'2z.y1fe. ll.APiHE' A ,Fl.AFgtngq'x ' A Y jlizvnligsrl Y I.l.2REevgSp' 'Y AQL. Biegef J. Rlsrgu lu:-V. A Z 'A , Q -I A EE... . ,gi-.w -' E: V W . -T?.i ' A I t .xg - A ,- ' A Y Y . Av L: 'nh 1 ' ' V47 ads V, lx,-51... . a if ll, :Y M Sky? ,g,3w-'- gf?" -I i 9,15 .. 1 ix 'D-ti I A-' ' L -- V' X if. - if-, - g, V- :Q J , f L 1 I ,LL1fi.Y. 1 A .1 V ' A :QA F 73- ...Y . ,V .Q V, 'A ' . .1 . .. Z 4 A' .- r I.: fm Wf I i . , If .' -in v' LLL Jfrf-'L A i5"1,jfL'.g 5 1 Y ,lf A i ' .ll . WL. -1-Y in A 1 gi,-.V im.. N.:-,gf .,g3-g.g,,...e.a,ig4 nz...ig,hi-.,.Q.1,n ' - -.N '- f 112-: QQ- - 4 time out for a child in greece Pledging: black dresses and pearls ThaT end up on clowns This Tall The TheTas move inTo Their new addiTion which provided Them wifh a new world of rooms To sTay up laTe in and decoraTe wiTh STeve McQueen, Paul Newman, or Paris, France, ldepending on TasTel. They divided up Tall sTudy Time beTween enTerTaining Their dads for a weekend, collecTing sTamps To buy a school bus for The Norfh Broadway cenTer, and sending money and cloTh- ing To Their TosTer child in Greece. The TheTas were proud To have Pi Kap Barn Dance Queen, and The highlighT of This year's fall pledge class, The TirsT known TheTa unicyclisT. T333 UniversiTy Avenue Th 1 .gf mm 1-Q., . 1. , .J..ill,, f .:-' -, Zia.. 219 35: 1171-M??f':LLTf3f-V -I 1 7 - V, , , Y, g - . Bell V J.-Bail-mn g 1 JT?-Q E+- m V -wx , - l V ' -1 152: F 1, iff -.gy lf E 1-1.1-s,-L- ,U rx....,- I" E....A 'R 12--nb ' Y 'Fran-Bling ,- G ' 'JG psf fh H Is: ences, reeniug' . dis y .T P. Galen er J. agius 1 C Hamilton K Harmon 3L,HHesQ xi E F Mia-ibilomnn V L. 5 'Gilda A . ,M - E -' ' .' g ,Y . Y W , -jx ,air -2 1: :jf -:L , w 5 w in ' W -I Y, nl gy 11 -gs! ll:-1 Kwgr x I il, wa 555, i A E, .Y , ag Qi? if ff,f::+v": . V , .J 'f 2 , 5524 4 I I ,Q - N Bri , , - .1 ..- -,a ug J gf-L 1 ggi- WL."-gbigtglg-:iii :ii The Happy Kappa Pickers plunk and Twang for a command performance, Their Dads. WhaT is Tall, dark, and handsome and absoluTely The besT daTe in The world? Yes, Dads are preTTy greaT and This year was noT an excepTion. Arriving in Boulder for our annual Dad's Weekend and The Kansas FooTball game, our Dads, yes, our Dads, proceeded To become college kids again lif only Mom knewll. ParTying on The CU campus was big ThaT weekend, iT all sTarTed wiTh breakTasT aT The Sigma Nu house, and a beer blasT aT The home of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Basically an academically minded sororiTy, The Kappa girls are TrequenTly found deep in a pedanTic verbalizaTion of genuine Trivia, Thus making The Kappa Kappa Gamma House academically The Top house on campus. The happy Kappa Pickers, The Kappa's iug band, wenT coed This year as They joined wiTh The CU Buffoons To sing for The Buff-ln. .VVS it H 5 S sg,-1 an x 1 'il ni 4? 'mi ft. x mp,-.ff fa 'Zigi 4 I I, , . Y ip l' if 1 '- mr' " . 1 gage, 1' , f fJ' 235: -. w' 11331, 'T rff,-rg,:.sii:i- 'bl 1 54?i5'AFi'1SP?'?F?SE' , :V . rf' ,. I, W' -sr w- , . ,Q X QF! vs- af. ' Tied? ,,' -H , X, .Sr ,,5-- VY.. 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For The SDT's, Homecoming was made of laugh- Ter, endless nighTs of working on our TloaT, and pride as our sisTer, Susie Isaacson, was crowned Homecoming queen. 888 l3Th STreeT T C I x "' ,J Our philanThropic SpagheTTi Supper, a ChrisTmas hay-wagon serenade, speakers Throughouf The year, and TacuITy members for dinner added To our college experiences. Pa renTs' Weekend mea nT Tours of The campus, a nighT on The Hill, enTerTainmenT aT our house, and new friends for everyone. The Pledge Formal and skiT in Denver and a Tan- TasTic Spring Formal highlighTed our social evenTs for The year. 1522611 hifi A ww f if -an M-gf x 'Q- Q I '," 3 , 'si I fs. ffm ." .x , ..,,x 1 . qi k f lf: ' - s' 1 Ev!-f' .. K - -v f if ff' I-40- -.,.. . V . rig, 2 " fe 55 5 - ' 7 4' RL, 3 Y x ' ' af i'3.f'f'f-- ,A - ' 1, ' 111 , ,5 .- , . "Y A ,Z -'Ziff v.g1 V If V, V , H BML. ,A - Y x 'gif . H,",'.Es i 5 ,j mx-, , ' 'Lf' ES" .2411 I-I If - N T . yn., k ..,,,., -' Q4 'nu-'L E' P-if-f" V! ca S X 1 X 1 , , 'ay' , f -. 1- ' Y 'X F6 ., ,ir li Sz! M1 G ii' ,M ag. J 'L fm - 1 rr zetas--a pledge class and ties ATTer The eTTorTs ofmony horol working people were combined, o pioneer chopfer of Zefci Tou Alphoi vvos successfully formed. The speciol rush, involving oll The sororiTies on compus, creoTed oi new Tie oimong Poinhellenic groups os losTing friendships developed. Once Their pledge pins were on, The Zefois losT no Time in involving Themselves in compus ocTiviTies. Homecoming wiTh The ATO's wos on experience holding Tun, hours of work, ond o beciuTiTul bolloon. Their eTforTs olso broughTrevvc1rds ous They won The Junior Ponhellenic SongTesT, ond hod The' honor of ci member of The pledge closs being nomed- Freshmon Queen. llO7 l2Th STreeT T . ..-.V V 2 ,, ., .-.- ,-ii V ' i . ,. H., ,., , ,,, ...J -V ,-. .. ,, -Y -. ,I J- ' ii, 'Ipit :Q-:D .Z . "H-. , ' ,J 51 '- f .Io ' ' Q' .i T ', -',' .N '-,eg qi' vii . Lf, 3 ii-ig-.gf-'.ii, . N" psig' ' H !'y 35 ,T ' T v V1 i .. .U -- if ' l , , i l COMMITTEE HEADS - Left To Right, Fronl Row: K. O'Neal, L. Hendricks, N. Fennell. Second l ,U "I ' r ,:5'.":..:'-if ' ru, A-Jes s,. -Eff! V - W we are the Row: K. Clark, A. MacCorkle, M. Marshall, S. Quacle, A. Sancloe, L. Fireman. Third Row: D. Lingle, L. Valdez, C, Horfon, C. Donham, K. Kelley, K. Donnegan. 8 "We are The sisTerhood of Greeks . . was The refrain ThaT began and ended Tall rush. WiTh This song came a more unified feeling of respecT Toward fellow sororiTies. ResulTs of This unify were readily apparem' in The Panhellenic organizaTion and execuTion of a special Zefa rush, which combined girls from every sororiTy To work TogeTher Tor a new ZeTa chapTer, AnoTher achievemenT was in The field of cornmunify service. Working wiTh IFC, They successfully broughT abouf The purchase of Two buses for The NorTh Broadway CenTer of reTarded children. OFFICERS 1 Left To Right, Front Row: K. O'Neal, S. Quade, L. Hendricks, C. Donham. Second Row: L. Valdez, L. Fireman, N. Fennell, M. Marshall. Q -vi," Sisterhood" rg ,ge .ZZ . , ,-N-W ' 'V .if LU. rf! '15- -, w wa.. .' fi -'L - 4--7 I' at JL... Left to Right, Front Row: S. Quade, G. Glidden, R. Glueck, K. Donnegan. Second Row: M. Marshall, C. Horton, S. Gentry, J. Fisher, D. Lingle, P. Andres, A. Lubchenco, A. Sandoe. Third Row: M. Fairchild, D. Hedburg, 5. Griffin, L. Witt, M. Justman, L. Bolotin, M. Bristow, S. Loomis, L. Fireman. LQ? .W 'U' Fourth Row: K. O'Neal, C. Garrett, A. MacCorkle, A. Schwartz, K. Wiley, D. Palmer. Fifth Row: H. Dutton, L. Abdnor, K. Clark, N. Gauvreuu, K. Kelley, L. Valdez, L. Hendricks, Z. Brown, L. Fuller, N. Fennell, C. Donhcm. O junior panhellenic concentrates on exchanges between pledge classes to build unity for future Junior Panhellenic is composed of The elecTed pledge class presidenT and a represenTaTive from each of The fifTeen sororifies. The purpose of The organizaTion is To lend knowledge To The pledge classes of The Greek sysfem and Their respecfive roles wiThin iT, so ThaT They may begin as pledges To conTribuTe To The uniTy of The sysTem. The acTiviTies of iunior Panhellenic cenTered around The formaTion of relaTionships beTween The sororiTies wiTh Monday nighT exchange dinners, and a December Song fesf followed by exchange Christmas pa rfies. Left to Right, Front Row: Danielle DeConicini, Elaine shall, Cindy Kraybill, Jan Levinsky, Marcia Ray, Lorrie Kessel, Kathy Stewart, Lee Hoover, President, Gretchen Phillips, Kathy Anderson, Becky Frank, Nancy Jacobs. Staley, Vice-President, Georgecmn Thomas, Treasurer, Third Row: Patty Walker, Debbie Ervin, Ann Klingbera, Emily Schwartz, Secretory. Second Row: Margaret' Mar- Julie Poulton, Linda Barber, Patty O'Donnell, Roz Poe. Zefas rally s in 0 P' -.. -,- ian". V M- ,-A., Cb 3 Collecfion for "Wc1Ikfor cu Ride." Pcxnhel emerfoins future pledges. .-:ax -NX ' 55,31 greek week '68 -- days of dionysos The TrcldiTion of Greek Week is old, buT This yeor's comrniTTee wished To creoTe o newness Through con- cenTrczTion on new purposes. To This end, The Greek god of merrimenT ond inspiroTion, Dionysos, wcis chosen os This yeolr's Theme. The severol doys of c1cTiviTies were olssuredly choirocTerized by rnerrirnenT wiTh TuncTions ond enTerToiinrnenT. BuT There wos olso inspirc1Tion in The speaker, d con- sTrucTive communiTy proiecT, ond concenTrolTed group inTerocTion wiThin The ToTol Greek sysTem. , The rnerriment and inspiration combined To stim- ulate interest, enjoyment, and unity in The corn- placent student -The Target of This year's Greek Week. To ensure enthusiasm and participation, the ocTiviTies Traditionally held over a period of one week was condensed into Tour days. Beverl Crane, Wendy Warner, Megg Heath, Dick Noll. Third Row: Left ro Right, Front Row: Jama Bennett, Marcia Carlson, David Stark, Susan Givens, Suzi Zelinkaff, Rachel Glueck, .laney Bakman, Kathy Stuart. Second Raw: Scott Decker, Marianne Wormley, Y Robert Bruegel, Robert Benner, George Kern, Chris Moe, Marillyn Hulse, Robert Chod, Randy Ellis, Cathy Cadwell. 1. .V ,gwify 'SN rg. ,Q Q fir m-. Q 44 The Oracle, published bythe Inter- fraternity and Panhellenic councils covers The activities of the Greek year from a commentary of Rush Through The functions, speakers, and Greek Week. Along the way it attacked Hell Week, discrimination, and banality. To create interest among its reading group and make a few bends in The traditional Greek line, The paper attempted This year To "raise hell and influence people." Left to Right: Gary Priest, Pat McGraw, Ellis Kingman, Mike Bronstein, Michele Fickes, Ed Fickes, Liz Crosby. oracle spouts news and its own wisdom 236 All faceTs of The universiTy are changing. And Those sysfems which have exisTed wiTh The universiTy musT change To mainTain a usefulness wiThin The universiTy framework. IT is wiTh This idea in mind ThaT The lnTerfraTerniTy Council conducTs iTs yearly program. IFC is noT iusT a ruling body wiTh The fraTerniTy sysTem designed To mainTain order beTween The fraTerniTies. IFC is a represenTaTive for The fraTerniTy sysTem To The universiTy and To The communiTy. IFC, Through iTs discussions and meeTings aTTempTs To regulafe The acTiviTies of fraTerniTies so ThaT They serve a useful funcfion To The larger communiTy. To This purpose IFC has modified The TradiTional Hell Week, and ioined wiTh Panhellenic for such proiecTs as helping The NorTh Broadway CenTer receive new buses. ifc copes with the problems of a changing university , rl , x . 1 ' ,-. - 01,5 ff- ' V,, 'lx .I X vi' . , 'x . -,., , 1. ,4 , ' 1 ef HN W , . L 23 .4 F! ,, .nr '-: -ff J Ura- - my . , JI, , . 21.775 ., .,, 1 li A. , Li.: x . ,, ,- -uf' C wx F' U w Q 1 ' ,eb .50 r - f-xr. fraternities Acacia Fraternity has aimed at growing, not only in membership, but also in structure. One large measure ot this growth, and a large dream for many actives and alumni, was the acceptance of plans tor a new house. lt would be an enjoyable lite it the men ot Acacia could spend every week interviewing girls tor their Queen ot the Nile party. But since the party only comes once a year, it is better to involve themselves elsewhere and stop dreaming. 'Elsewhere' tor the Acacias is a diversified number of positions throughout cam- pus activities such as Freshman Camp, the Joint Finance Board, the Vice-President ot the Senior Class, and Phi Beta Kappa. 955 Brocxdwo fvggf I mighThc1ve known whofc blind dofe with Cl "real babe" would mean. i ' 4 . -5 241 alpha kappa lambda institutes experimental pledge program The two-year-old Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity instituted an experimental pledge program which allowed their pledge class to take part in a ten-week pledge period which stressed a progressive program that would insure a strong and growing future for the fraternity. The AKL's also tried to achieve a fine balance between their athletic parti- cipation and their social activities. In the field of intramurals, they competed' to lead the Bronze league in points. 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This, to the Betas, is the fulfillment of several years of hopes and plans for a new house that will put Beta Theta Pi on a sounder bases for frater- nity development. lt was also announced this fall that the Beta's had won the Dean's Cup for Scholastic Improve- ment forthe second time in three years. Such academic endeavor deserves escapes such as Tom Jones and Arabian Nights parties, and ten- sion relieving intramurals. But in line with building for the future, the Betas worked ha-rd to maintain their scholastic achievement. New idea: a roadblock party 248 "we are intent on looking outward and getting involved in our university" This integration of fraternity with all phases of college lite has been the foundation forthe Chi Psi's year. To this intent they have entertained university officials, including the President, and supplied leadership for many campus organizations, remained academically sound, and athletically strong. They have also endeavored to entertain women as ladies, and educate, not discipline, pledges. Their measurement ot the year's success is not growth in image, but growth in purpose. In the Beta-Chi Psi traditional rope tug, obviously nobody is push-pull over. 1 5 QW I va I is I .rl I F .1- v if 1 I e "'1.'1f. ' .y,3..+4 1 - A - J delt money goes to children's workshop instead of display The leadership which DelTa Tau DelTa Tries To mainTain is reTlecTed in Their acTiviTies for This year's Homecoming. The broThers elecTed To donate a check Tor one hundred dollars To The Boulder ShelTed Workshop, a cenTer Tor reTarded children raTher Than spend The amounf for a Homecoming TloaT. Two social highlighTs Tor The DelTs were The nighf club sTyled Champagne ParTy, and The annual Temple Buell College Semi-Formal which gives The DeITs an opporTuniTy To meeT and enTerTain women from The Denver school. Their Type ofleadership also exTends inTo The inTramural program where They were Third in all-school TooTball and ConsoIaTion Champion in Pre-Season baskeTbaIl. " ew '- -V .ii-, 'uve " " - 1 - . iff: .i-11: ,, . . T , , , - - ii i in sw , ,, su . . . i ,W . . T-. ' - , . ' 3 ' f. i T -- f- . du's win blood bank campell cup This year The men of DelTa Upsilon exTended Their efforTs inTo some of The many fields open on campus. In No- vember PresidenT Smiley presenTed The Campbell Cup Blood Bank award To The chapTer. And in inframurals The DU's won The all-school vvresfling championship for The second year in a row. Academically The DU's also sTudied hard To achieve a high raTing in The fraTerniTy sTandards. The Tension of The academic grind was IifTed by such parTies as The roller-skaTing funcTion, The Jug ParTy, and ski formal. 252 5 . y 1-' 'ir-A' ,.. . --fl fir . ,..,, ,. . Qvrr. 'A W, , 1 X , H111 4 N at 5 f PA ' 1 R ,ll p V 1 f 1 3 x l ' 'f W V' w J I l 'Q ' I l 9- l' I 2. Q Y, I N' . J. Kinkade Q Mrs. Small D. Humphries -J. Wahlberg. Ulriclm N President 'Housemotlmer Vice-Pres. Secretary Pledge Trainer ls Ifs im B. Rolggrts 'N v 1. " ,Mfr r, F1 if of-.U I L' -'H 1 ,I 1 l X 4' Q r U 4- F v 1 1 i 1 J C. Sadler i 1 , I . r 4 , JI: W. Stamplii E- Ili: 'Q ' ' El ly' 'f ' if 4 . "riff , I if " A gf. 'Q 5 igw V J.'Trour fw? is F f Q A!A.,v. .F ' ff. - ' 'N V N " Q 13 V S f- 1' x 0. - i , , '-"' ' . -F f G. Wallace "Agia -n -rv '-fm .Ui 5. 'XE"'?2r uit? I V N? 'N W, 2 P. Wodlis , . -1- -. .-, qw -V.A,.. ..,..,,, Y...., : frf'-jf fhzsfnnfrf " .Ma 3' '15 rug? QQLQF- Qi' Q W Q l l rl x if . v. i , , ,I Z' lv F K if Xl WV m ur uw ,wkv+mwm,:wwwx, , ' V' Y - M. 1954 J Y V .iv 'ln wg A 4 L tl ' '-54 f' I In l I l L ,V-J . .r , V Aft? Vyig.,Runne la l -1 A D4 Soderborg Slfgijug ' X ...uv mr ..1g. . 1 1 ,. , 4r'4l Zlflzj' r .A ' M. Vanderberg 'D.,Vaug1'm Walker N rv , ,- , ,,,,.,,. ., R'QWmWQ ' 4 -' .' . 4 - X ,E . ,ff v A ,Ll .f . I L' k . 555.- . , '.' -, I-.2 ' V . . , L N 1 Q M. Wisland 'WWW no-U Q . -if . V , 'Tl , E l fffjx . Vx, + ff- l I !gzL'EgEl Hp Yens' R. qurlgman E. Zeller 254 the year of casa de lopez Once every Tour years in a TradiTional cycle, like The Iemmings rush To The sea and The locusT swarms, The Kappa Sigs Turn The house in- To a Spanish mission for The Casa de Lopez parTy. For This Tra- cliTional evenT The sTaircase becomes a flowing waTerTall, The basemenf is a replica of a wine cellar, and The hallway splashes in The manner of a fishpond. BUT This was noT only The year for The Tradifional wiTh The Kappa Sigs, buT also a year of newness. They provided- TransporTaTion for The ZeTa rush and serenaded The pioneer pledge class. The mosT dramaTic aTTempT aT renovaTing The past was Their break wiTh The TradiTional Homecoming TloaTs, and insTead providing a campus-wide varieTy show in Their TronT ya rd. llOO Pennsylvania Ave. ,.e-9,0 I, Nero fiddled while The-,Koppel Sigs flamed fS. Hume D.lf1'ui:l:Er B. Behwgre Mn. Williams B. Penny D. Cagnes Pihsidinr' Vita-Pre! Pledge Trainer 'Hausemother Secretary - Treasurqr P Kasrelic D Kelfon G Kem K Komeczny B Lampen A MsC:-mskey B 'McCoy B Mallory M Megedus C Nxms J Ogle W Run Snepanovich 1. Starz , 'C: Smut R. Vaverinec 1. Wheat , 4, B. Reich ' V Pahl Hbuse Manager I C Rep. R Lawson B Lindgx-en J Middleton B Mill K Schafer B. Sclxlutter J. 7xVillIsms G. Wlzlght E ,g.,KelIey ' H .," cGha.s5Qrg , ' .resident .Hpusemothgff j,.Barrsqher. opportunities can be trophies 6 The college year provides many opportunities for fraternities to do iust about anything - from following traditions to starting them, from formal, planned events to ingenious spur of the moment chaos. Lambda Chi took advantage of the opportunities. They finished in first place in Silver League, and a second in all-school points put the Lambda Chi's into Gold League. Academically, the brothers achieved the highest fraternity grade point for the year, and added another trophy when they won the Campbell Cup in the Greek Blood Bank competion. The Crescent Society and the Spring Raft Race were the traditions followed by the Lambda Chi's, and the chaos came easily in the spring when water was easily available. -n ' , 15 L! 'Q uiigzi. -'I . ,, . - , 'fw- , 1 ,F . 5..JW'?6.i 5 n 1 4 145 - Q 5 ., , -,Q 2 C -'-"""', Y 'ff'-'4" w x X - 4 , 1 , S .. ' ' ' I' N 3' A ,W Ur..- 'mil' . V' D D s ' 'rv - ". . I -1, , '!""fi':'1 ,M Qg.,,.fM.-"2?Wff'f L J Lg' ' H - H 3, Q 5-.,ps.:5 -if U . , V,3x,,'f-'f' :gif -L,,f-is 3 aJP1"L .-Y' 4'.51.z7T wahfflg-iiirh' -.1.!?qgj" B ' yr ' 5 5-6 War, I ggi" 11' . '-f " -nf' f 'Pax T' .T 1 k,'2""' , V - A it dak ,1k'ai:I-RI, L, . ,fig-??'1f,l-wb, 4 gy' J,L,'..4-31.9" "QV " A 4? 41 5 lastiw -f -si 1 1 . ,s 1 ,ev " is 3. L . ff-f ' Agar I 21, 1 B ft! 4 1 .W 1 ,si 41 . 'buf . ll ,M y x 'P . 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' PT a:,f!f5 I f"?v-1 , W , : i 3 far' W gi 1 W ,1 -' iw. . 3 ' , 1 q . 1' J Q 1 , .FV i , .af 4 I I FAX 3 H11 College Avenue is .lm ,H Phi Delfca Theta - all-school woferpolo champions, 1967-68.v .ff V ,, ,N - M W - A U71 5 1 Z. I .,-f' K ,J 11, Q' , A' 2 ,- - 'fe 41" 1 ' gg, 'Pm 2: 11' 1 A 11529 Q lg "f'5?f 55 ' ':-A., -f v y ':, 5 , Q" 5 P The w eidir l' fn, ,.,,--4 wi fr ,wu- ff ,li 52. .Za 1 F? During rush The Phi Gam's kepT an eye ouT for boys wiTh nicely developed wrisTs, arms wiTh passing acTion, and legs wiTh sTrong kicks. NoT wiThsTanding The grief of breaking up The broTherhood when seniors graduaTe, iT also leaves large holes in The inTramural Teams. The Phi Gams, however, filled Them up wiTh enough To Take second place in All-School FooTball, swimming, and Table Tennis. NOT To be lefT ouT in The hunT for Trophies, Their housemoTher won The coveTed "BaTTle Ax" Trophy for being The ouTsTanding CU housemoTher of The year. ' Rounding ouT Their aThleTic program wiTh The proper social graces, They Threw The TradiTional pa rTies including The Fiji Islander and reinsTiTuTed The house newspaper. 'Ty'-i' x ij., -lx' 1 ' D5 Cugry L A 1.1Davis ' , ' D.Do1plf ,lQDowhey. fe ' : V' be i T '1G2Siane 26 1131 University Ave. " 1' : 3 l- -V"fef7il?a1?"fsA', j g- 3 'Y l .ig i 1 1 ,Q ri -f Asmwmf 415649859 'l hz ,. 'Will TER GAT College is The only ploce people spend Time cmd effort To mess up o house. I ' lMi1kas R Lundy 4 , Fr . C McCoy F Young phi psi's divide time into parties A TraTerniTy uses several division meThods To plan a year. They divide acTiviTies up by Trophies and They divide weekends up by parties. In The Trophy division Tall such Things as scholasTic acTiviTies, inTramurals, and The Greek Blood Bank, and parfies are divided up To mainTain a maximum amounT of sounds, beer, and general whoopee. Phi Kappa Psi finished in The Top Ten TraTerniTies scholasfically, and donaTed enough blood To puT Them Tourih in compeTiTion. Weekend-wise They efficienTly sprinkled in assorTed woodsies and GuTTer GaTherings wiTh Their ChrisTmas Formal, Shipwreck, and MounTain Dew parTy To mainTain The accepfed sfandard of fun. ,IF T15 Xegw H ACTIVAA- Rome didn'T fall, iT parTied iTself ouT. Girls enioy shipwreck parTies unTiI They have To kiss Their daTes. " 13 if, laki q "4 T 'Ili J ,f 'S 412 iff, 'ov 5 'if ui! .im Q 'kr ur? ff-sl 64 furry men, horses, and cages is a party If The Vikings had drunk Coors, They'd never have mode if To America. 'N Miiflg? v"M'L'. Eg WV lf E. 'Piefidjafi ' -Eloauamaflitgagzx. V, X Q . 4 , ' , A GLevvu.-.Q rL11.,QQ'. . . ,. M ge '.,p,i5.,J:Qf ' "Now let me fell you how if happened in Paiuma Game." This year, as in the past, the Phi Tau's kept themselves, and other people and animals busy. Starting off the year was Homecoming with the Tri Delts. The float was horren- dous, but nightly functions made the week a success. Next came the campus-famous Viking Party, with sixty fur-clad men mounting horses and then scattering over the cam- pus to pick up their dates, all to the delight of local police. Spring brought on our Polynesian party and all day formal - held in Estes Park. Phi Tau's also concentrated outside the Viking realm Ito the relief of the girls who watched the cage go downl and placed teams in the all-school playoffs for baseball, football, and basketball. 1150 College Ave L L , N P n V I-1213 ' ,li ,J l l , i l we sm, .-,M 'N 1. - , mfs"TP, :4e .. " , , gi T' xf' T I ' -' fi I i 3'-1 A , if .T U: in 1 .V W I l ' ' it I I K .I Vx c u, ,u E - lu T l ' l S. Elle: Imfeldmnn I.Garciu VV.Ga1denswartz D. Gherrner .235 .pkg i is - .. Q T "' 'QQ f' -v if-. il is , T M Goldscein A Heller Q J. Heller Lvjurisr ' y v T- .YT-HAR.. ' ' 1-Mill: , 2-Ni ' 1, 'K i T Q ' 1 use ,L Z. l ', 5 l 4' l T - t xl . 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Tlg'fP 51+ - -e M3 -- -, T T i J T' I 1 . 1, - i " fp .4 -' '- '-f K ' 41 . i N ew ., . , - 1 fl ' hp Shade SL Sseinbers A3 D. Winkilffii ' a weekend in may, phi sigs do as romans do All roads lead To Rome, ifyou happen To be in The general viciniTy of The Efernal CiTy. lf you aren'T, you may make a Temporary subsTiTuTe and say ThaT all roads lead To The Phi Sig house a cerTain weekend in May. ThaT weekend The house is Transformed inTo a Roman coliseum wiTh pillars, Togas, flowing wine, Torches, and The usual Roman arTifacTs for Their "Roman Ball." Academically The Phi Sigs worked hard To mainTain a high scholasTic record. This comloinaTion of scho- lasTic excellence and social enioy- menT is whaf The members feel To be The foundaTion of The Phi Sigma Delfa. an accomplishment in studying for pi kaps Sparked by diversity, Pi Kappa Alpha moved Through another successful year at 914 Broadway. Whether solitary pursuit of learning, drinking at a function, or competition in a backyard volleyball game, individual interests blended into a feeling of brotherhood. The Friday afternoon functions, the quiet cock- tail parties, and the roaring costume parties offered a wide variety of social endeavor. The Monday night exodus to the Skunk Kreek, study date at the library, and woodsy were significant too. Yet athletics were not neglected. The Pi Kaps captured All-School Tennis Doubles, third All- School Swimming, and second Silver League in water-polo and handball. The most successful accomplishment, however, was the great improvement in scholastic standings. 'Q 4 ii -.-3352 , - ' li-,, 3 ff, wL'?-iii 1 .Hz-If Zig.-' ,F ., - , .-1 ..-- .5-JH ng. , JM, , '37-2441.333 :fails ff ' '-'ful 3? 'iw -f-f , .- 1' . . ,.-- .lf ,,.. 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But the brothers on l2th St. found that other things count too. Varsity athletics and extra-curricular activities kept many of them busy for most of the year. lf these weren't enough, there was the 2nd place trophy in Homecoming, all school championships in swimming, a new St. Bernard- that kept them laughing constantly, and a pledge class to train and initiate. The SAE's also stepped up their alumni rela- tions by publishing a new newsletter called The Lion's Tale. The Little Sisters of Minerva were active again too. A revised Little Sister program met with only partial success, but football games in the park, skiing, and wake ups seemed to make everyone happy. 7 sigma chi: grand old tradition of mud and eggs K 1. .-3 .- r' 2 I 1715 Aurora Ave 'T 'ff ,, , ,',' . , ' A iv jf, I 1 4' M? 1 . vc-v-0.-v.u'1. ' ...-.,i.1"ff1 V , - N..-I ..-f Sigma Chi has been able To meeT The chal- lenges of The presenT WiTh an awareness of The problems and condiTions of The Greek SysTem in The conTexT of ideals and experi- ences mainTained Through Their half a cenTury on campus. ForemosT among These fosTered TradiTions is The Sigma Chi Derby held in The Tall. WiTh fish, mud, eggs, and painT, The Derby iniTioTes sororiTy pledges inTo Greek life. This year's Derby proved To be one of The besT in many years WiTh screams, songs, and cheers indexing The heaTed compeTiTion. BuT The DelTa Gamma's excelled and capTured The "aThleTic Trophy." The resT of The year followed WiTh The usual breaks from anyThing serious: Pool parTies, exchange dinners, and- The TradiTional SweeT- hearT of Sigma Chi Ball. "Sure iT was dirTy, buT ask The judge if he saw iT." top campus trophies sigma nu's win two IT was a simple funeral procession wiTh Torches, a moiorcycle guard and a lily held by a corpse who gasped several Times for air when The caskei was opened aT The house for services. Following The funeral pariy was The Bonnie and Clyde parTy where forTy or fiTTy Bonnie and Clyde counTerparTs were gunned down in The fronT yard. Along wiTh This morbid ingenuiTy, The Sigma Nu's also worked hard To win several TradiTionally prized Trophies. They combined wiTh The DelTa Gamma's To win Grand Prize for Their Homecoming display, and on Their own puT TogeTher a fooTbalI Team Thai won all-school inTramural fooTball. Enlarging upon Their academic program, The Sigma Nu's have insTiTuTed- a praciice of inviTing UniversiTy professors To speak aT Monday nighT dinners. 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Perhaps The mosT unusual Thing To walk in and ouT of The red doors was seen in The spring: iT was small, pink and made small grunfing noises. "men on the move" install first the daughters of diana The Teke's progress on campus this year tol- lowed the theme "Men on the Move," as TKE in- troduced a new self-improvement program with the emphasis on increased participation in all phases of campus lite. The work they put into their activities paid off immediately when their Homecoming display with Alpha Delta Pi won first place in the Greek division. This was not the only recognition they received tor campus participation, since they also took third place in the Greek Blood Bank which added tive silver goblets to their collection. This year was also the first year for their women's auxiliary, the Daughters of Diana, who not only assist in rush and social activi- ties, but have a tendency to be a tremendous A morale booster. 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The oTher parfies and funcfions, along wiTh The annual Tahiti parTy, rounded ouT a year ThaT everyone worked aT and enjoyed. They worked aT one of The hardesf iobs - sfudying - and again received- The highesT grade poinT on campus. The college infelligenfsia To their literary magazine. I 281 Kappa Alpha Psi was colon- ized in January of 1967 and has taken its place in the Greek system as the newest fraternity on campus. The men of Kappa Alpha Psi contribute to the house by their participation in Var- sity sports, intramurals, and other campus organiza- tions. The fraternity in turn offers them the chance to grow both academically and socially in the contest of Kappa Alpha Psi. X, ,' -4 ' ' 'I , Ii ,n w'-K ' '-1 11, ,ii ii . 1 . H . ."1"'ji iaW"' , ' e ' :,, ' 1 it' ' 1 ' . fa, V, 1 I 1 . fr , .HQ ' -N i 1 1 ' .- , ,ii N iv Q N i it ,, .i i- . g i ii i fraternities enjoy companionship and competition 283 4 luugg: A' ' fb! WM athletics ,F.4.Y ,, A f . Y! a ?'jA N W1 'l' '-'Md' aj Ar. 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Ranked as high as Third in The naTion, The Buffs baTTled Their way To an impressive 9-2 season, good for second place in an exTremely balanced Big EighT Conference and a posT-season vicTory over The naTionally-ranked Hurricanes of Miami UniversiTy in The Bluebonnef Bowl. I Colorado rolled To an early season mark of 5-O, scoring decisive vicfories over Iowa STaTe, Missouri, and Nebraska. Riddled by iniuries To key performers, The Buffs dropped Their nexT Two ball games buT bounced back To defeaT Kansas, Kansas STaTe, and- The Air Force Academy. Sophomore quarTerback Bob Anderson showed Tremendous promise as he led The Buffs To Their finesT season since l 961 . Anderson was presenTed wiTh The MosT Valuable Player award in The BluebonneT Bowl for his superlafive efforT in driving CU To a 31-21 comeback viCTory over Miami. ln oTher posf-season bowl games senior safefy Dick Anderson, firsT Team All-America, inTercepTed Two passes and raced for Touchdowns of 62 and 69 yards as he led The NorTh Team To vicTory in The annual Blue-Gray All-STar Game. 1 Q ., vu, U 14? wc' g K N. ig. Q " WE. x L ,-., ,VA - tg.: ev 1 f'1t X 1 Z f I fi! lk ,. if , -ls '-up J .- f . -,1,.,f.H E94 s gi an . 1.1 . 1' J ' All 5.1 , , Fl .11 .W ff .11 I ,T herd wins national tv bout A - iff'TZ2iv"f"fm.,.q ,L -ff4'x51i'LiWW,1-,.1w1',f"wp."-'F--:.,- F V if uh-K a'- WSKA Iowa STaTe . . . Colorado's of- fense perked up To conference compeTiTion and The Buffs bombed The Cyclones of Iowa State, 34-O. CU ran and passed for 17 first downs and 440 yards Total offense. Senior safeTy Charles Greer provided The game highlight, returning a punt 59 yards for a Touchdown. Flatiron Feldspar - - - Kirk Tracy Spike McPeak - - - Charles Greer Missouri . . . Missouri's highly touted defense crumpled before a capaciTy crowd in Folsom STadium as The Mighty Buffs ran and passed To an impressive 23-9 victory. CU beat Missouri on The ground, running for 263 yards and 14 of Their 20 first downs. Bob Anderson connected on seven of Ten passes and Dave Bartelt contributed Three field goals. Flatiron Feldspar - -'- William Harris Spike McPeak - - - Kerry Mottl Nebraska . . .The Buffs knocked off arch-rival Nebraska, 21 -16, in The Cornhuskers lair, but The biggesT story was Colorado's defense. A fumble recovery by Frank Bosch and key inTercepTions by Dick Anderson and reserve defensive back Jeff Raymond actounTed for all of CU's points. Flatiron Feldspar - - - Mike Montler Spike McPeak - - - Mike Veeder l Q. nu 'Tn' 4 '-'F . Maw- 'il -V 'io A A-4, .TA , ,I .' Lo. --f, ,. P Q 2... n v injuries sideline seven first team players 22 V f-in Qin. '-Ja. vn- T' --2" 4 r. 1967 season record Colorado Opponenf Baylor ...... Oregon ..,... Iowa STa're .. Missouri ...... Nebraska .... Oklahoma Sfa e Oklahoma -. Kansas ,....... Kansas Sfafe Air Force ..... Bluebonnef Bowl 31 Miami ...... 5 ...er no L. N ggxn, X ,. 9' Q, .1 I , X 9-' ' X I. . NL , 2-, K . 'x " 'Q' 5 P, Q1 1 ' 1 , . '- V gn--, ,Ax J. K Mg, fi ,l..' 1, 'QW ' aw , . 'i.,,-J-52 ,3 i -'.'g-Tiff' . 'A 'F ,T f s"f lifl-' 1' , Kansas. . .The presence of ofr-iniured senior fullback Wilmer Cooks was The big difference as The Buffs broke a Two game losing sTread, squeezing pasT Kansas by a 12-8 counT. Alfhough Jayhawker quarTerback Bob Douglass surprised The Buffs early and Kansas Took an 8-O lead, Cooks, Tlankers John Farler and Larry Planfz, and QuarTerback Bob Anderson led CU To second and Third period Touchdowns. Flatiron Feldspar - - - John Farler Spike McPeak - - - Ron Scott if 'VFP' impressive wins over kansas, kansas state, and 6 air force bring cu bluebonnet bowl bid and place dick anderson on all-american dream team recovered knees make kansas state and air force easy victims of revived offense Kansas State . . . Colorado's offense went wild, racing for 473 yards and 25 first downs, and the Buffs closed Big Eight Conference play with a murderous 40-6 rout of Kansas State. CU scored a safety on the first play from scrimmage when Wildcat quarterback Bill Nossek was buried by Colorado's defense as he tried to pass. The eager Buffs led Kansas State 34-O at halftime. Flatiron Feldspar ........ Dan Kelly Spike McPeak ......,. Bart Bortles Air Force Academy . . .The Buffs concluded the season with a 33-O triumph over the Air Force Academy. The win was Colorado's second shutout of the year and marked the fourth year in a row CU has beaten the AFA. Wilmer Cooks anchored the Buff offense as he exploded time and again for gains and halfback Gary Kuxhaus added two touchdowns. Flatiron Feldspar ........ Kirk Tracy Spike McPeak ........ Dick Anderson Monte Huber shows form that enabled him to set receiving records in his sophomore year. Dick Anderson, Kerry Motl and Rocky Martin close in on a Kansas ball carrier to hold him to no gain. , Zi rt-- xzl X. V , xx x XX -A, W. '3 .Q W 9' F ' Q r' ' . , ,I if -.71 x ' T-fi S A - :lar v xlx '5 .al V ,. 1. ,,'f, I 'E uw 4 5. L as .. 41,53 ' M ff ' Q... i . ! I Q' L ,- P , .Lg 5' 0 4 . ,Q 5 ..,n. F- .Q . X Q 'HA ,-4 -.is Q " 3 , vtxx ,,NN 1 ? uw .. V,- -Nr -F ' 1 -1 v' I X L A fi A f A' ' o 1- f f. gm I r 3 f 4 1 Q-IQWP - " ' fx T' , -1 I 3 .i -, u A ix 1 - W7 g , :E ,tvs-5. L 'Q r U"-, gf SQ 5 I A: aff J .nh if ,S . 2 ' 4 ?' 1. 2 "1 TW ' i' 4A - - 4 ' Sv -' U ' S' ' 'T if "ag - V M 4 ' ' f' ' ' 7 gf' ' Q' X 1 ' . ,f ' 1 ? . -I ,, ' I , H ..v',f4'?' 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Making a tremendous comeback from the years CU's team was ruined by a NCAA ruling, Crowder and company brought the Buffs to a Bluebonnet Bowl bid and victory over the University of Miami. """"!"9Qi 1 M T3 3' "' f 7,1 Pg 441. 6,4 2 r was 2- 1 -ir' 1 '-x -yj,3 L, ...f V , I gf" ,ff 42' 1 ., . f A . f:"' ' ff ' 113-5. , . f.. 'fu' . A-1. 23 .gf ' 1:ff57"'y:T' ag AWS " V--..,..,3g.,,"l iT.,:,,,,,,,,., -1- "ily Hv s,.,.,Q Lv jf'-'Q i if , 4 A 1.1 3 F A F W: in 1 1 a ' k A HF ,US 'fml1 , . 4' gtkji Vxbr ,w V-15,3 F - ,., V L. if. . Cf' if 'IC 5. .V lr! S -f, Y ' -i' vf gli jg? kgb'5?fJ qgE?Q 1 L .r 4, 5 l 9 f 5 , 1 'ff 'A 1, , at . ,1 1 Ulf fr Y- an J' p ""' K Q' 1-'A 71 .F 9 UQ' i -2 I if flgggg 42' Q9 r Q x F D Aa . . -, Y 4 'S ' ,b ' Q Y -1- n.,.g L ' I f'. if f 'f P?F ,xii 2,1115 ig ff, wifi! X5 ustgp ' . FG, g 3 1 at 1 'El ,. v. 3 R 1 5 f ' iw E, Af--ps, v-mr, , 9, 1 sv! ,Q r 4 Q-' n T 'N , .fn 1 vi , Hx M- . v - 1. V. -, -LQ Un.. A. 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They were victors in the Denver, Wyoming, Nebraska, and their own iCUi, invitational track meets. Craig Runyon and Ricky Truiillo carried the banners for CU in the NCAA Tourney finishing high and being chosen to the All-American squad. Coach Frank Potts presents Craig Runyon and Ricky Truiilio with their certificates for placing high in the NCAA Cross Country Tourney and being named to the All American Cross Country team. 0 rugby tean-' excites fans lf you've never seen a Rugby game, you've never with fast and furious british style action seen action! The CU Rugby team plays the game similar to the way the British play it-wide open with a lot of action and plenty of thrills. The game is somewhat similar to football and yet it is quite different. Unlike in football, the Rugby team may take advantage of kicking out of bounds upfield at any time and take possession of the ball where ever they kick it out. There is no system of downs and the play is seldom whistled dead. Despite the lack of funds, the team is growing and the schedule includes both fall and spring games. winter sports 5' if MM SFA S excitement for fans despite theabsence df the "big man" The era of Colorado basketball's deliberate dwarfs is over and most people have only mixed emotions about that. Although the play of Pat Frink, Chuck Williams, Mike Rebich and the like provided plenty of excitement and drama for Buff basketball fans, the 'absence ofthe really consistent big man has been CU's problem. Coach Russel "Sox" Walseth's cagers turned in a disappointing 9-16 season, finishing 3-l i in the Big Eight. Yet Pat Frink, number two all-time CU scorer, finished sixth inthe Big Eight in scoring with 250 conference points, and little Chuck Williams followed Pat in the seventh spot with 245 points. After early season victories over Texas Tech, the Air Force, Creighton, and Northwestern, the Buffs seemed assured of a prominent role in the Big Eight race. But inconsistent play and the lack of the big man proved to be disastrous. , T. th 1 j is '9- 5 O an "almost" season that was thwarted by inconsistencies The Big Eight season was a very long one. The inconsist- encies, sporadic offense and an inability to come up with the clutch play prevented Colorado from turning in what could have been a successful season. Coach Walseth experimented for almost half the season, try- ing to find the right starting combination. He never really found it. The Buffs opened the season on the road against Kansas, were defeated and then bowed before Missouri before return- ing home to the friendly con- fines of the CU fieldhouse to face Oklahoma State. Almost- achieved glory on the pcirt of reserve guard Kern vanished in the last six seconds as OSU sank successive field goals and lifted the Cowboys to a 60-59 win. CU dropped another one-pointer at. home, this time to Kansas State by a 57-56 score, battled Nebraska point for point until the final few minutes when NU pulled away for a triumph. And after pulling ahead of Iowa State, CU simply ran out of gas and fell to the Cyclones, 84-66. ' .4 . - ISV, 'v 1 1, . . v 'P Prnfiq'-1 Nil, I , ,..., .Y is if ,lv , M Q55 , if ,, X , x , X3 15 hi. X 'fa 2 J 6 7' 4:- 'vw .bf v v fu Y 1- X 1 1 JC 'L L -.ng . fl' .n... I M- ., HS? 'X Jw. fn-f b fa. ,xv ., ? 'r v .,h ,E Mi U v 4.. 4,355 , . 9 , ff' "" Y, :A ' -an 'Q f '. X 7. R - :Wi-9 4' f-sf r x 'Lf' ,.--v I 16 '47 ' 1 .2 1. 1 'Y ' ' 1 ,L V ix E E' 1 2 N 'Jef A I x -- --Rf 5 . ,W . 1 4 1 4 .H 1 , J 1 .z' S gfi ':. if xt: . V. AJ .V ., ,A 1. Ii --W QQ u Eg 91 ','. ' F- - Aura qi 1 -z 1 , fi ' ' is 'I UK, I' Q- 1 fd ' Vt! ' Q ,. , -Q4 ' , fr 'r A F33 . ui? . 1 , A '-. 1,-. 6' ', ew-+ ff , ir """?N - ll., ' -. 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Faced wiTh The prospecT of facing Th ree of The Top Tour Teams in The conference in The lasT four games of The campaigning, CU pulled an abouT-face and played like a Big EighT championship was aT sTake. Indeed Tor conTenders Nebraska and Iowa STaTe, iT cerTainly was. Seniors KermiT "PeTe" McMurray and Mike Rebich Teamed for 38 poinTs as CU derailed Nebraska's rapidly vanishing Big EighT TiTle hopes. Speedball Gordie Tope, a former high school All-American from California, added five imporTanT poinTs, seT up numerous scoring opporTuniTies, and harrassed Nebraska's guards. Against Iowa State and- Big Eight Player of the Year, Don Smith, the Buffs seemingly went wild: They shot 46 percent from the field, connected on nearly seventy per cent of their free throws and used an unbelievable 38 point performance from guard Chuck Williams to clobber the Cyclones, 91-76. CU's hopes for a third successive upset collasped along with the offense as Kansas State, eventual Big Eight Winners, came from behind to upenol the Buffs 67-56. Colorado concluded the 1968 season on a disappointing note, dropping the finale to Oklahoma in Boulder 84-78. -Q ' at 1 ' 1 1 ..1, as ., f,4f K ' A 'H A , ' U5 F ' - X i ,wi 4 i lg.- K 'ff' lf , sf G 1 R 1 1 - f , xi l X it k :ff QI 'mln V 49" R 1 4 W9 4 A"A J ' I Hip f i w glvrizbkigay an . ...H A H 3:3 L qi' f i YW: "W R .sf 5 ,npr ,.-tw AAK' .nr M. V-N . V 41,5 f I E? , XX X L xx Si M A it al!Q I xv- ' 05 Psy, 3. '1 QI' if Q, ' if , ,3- Y , , 5 wx" Li T fu Q, zz' f - A X 5 j pw, is ...W :ae f ,, ,sl 5 ' fn, i .-.EJ K 5,1 A, 'A'Q N-...W-our-, - - u....,,,,,,,. -'-'XA H V, '- .E in m " - 'yy V X , 1? . . 'gn L - Q, ' . , .-J wiv' if AlThough we had a disappoinTing season from The won-losT record, I TelT ThaT The boys conTinued To play as hard and as well as They could ThroughouT The season. This, I beileve, is a True TesT of characTer and I am exTremely proud of Them. WiTh a liTTle more luck we could have had a win- ning season as pracTically all The games were d-ecided in The IasT minuTes. We shall miss as our Tine seniors: PaT Frink, Chuck Williams, Mike Rebich, KermiT McMurray and Fred Seely. They are Tine young men as well as fine aThleTes and l'm sorry I vvasn'T able To help Them more To have a beTTer final year. Sox WalseTh Coach Russell "Sox" Walsefh Left to Right, Front Row: Bud Bocker, Greg Smith, Tim Richardson, PaT Frink, Walseth, Lee Akins, Mickey Kern, Steve Swanson, Fred Seely, Carl Bodam, John Chuck Williams, Mike Rebich, Gordon To e. Second Row: C h R ll "S " p occ usse ox Manager, Monte Smith. Third Row: Mike Coleman, Ted Erferf, Kermit McMurry, Bruce Hyink, Mike Kinkki, Lloyd Hutchinson, Dick Nicholson. 7 4' 56 4 9 3 0 1 Q A' esp aff 1 Pe ' a . V- 1.75: , L' '25 .M 55,1-5 :if ' 'ix rx , , ,- 1:- 'S ,QI 1 ,. ' 1 I ..1- . X r , f ai w. E 5 , .ig -3' M "f 1 1. . rx 3 ', S 45, ff v -H1 ' ..f-,,'5n,g- '54, ,fax we -G -I A wf 1 1 w Left to Ri Wedgewo Davis, Ter Coach Dick Nicholson's Baby Buffs compiled CI surprisingly disappointing 2-5 record this past winter. The record is surpris- ing because Colorado's freshman unit was loaded- with talent and height. Led by 7' 2" Ron Smith, 6'6" Tim Wedgeworth, and shooting aces Boyd Pickens l6'5"l and Dud- ley Mitchell l6'3"l, CU scored two impres- sive triumphs over the Air Force Acedemy freshmen, squeezing past the Cadets 86- 80 in overtime and repeating the perfor- mance with a 78-74 victory. SCORES CU 58 Northeastern Junior College ......., 62 86 Air Force Academy ...................... 80 78 Air Force Academy .............. ......, 7 4 97 Fort Carson ................. ..... l O3 58 Mesa Junior College. ............ ..... 6 O 61 Trinidad Junior College ................ 87 72 Northeastern Junior College ........ 94 ghi, Front Row: Kirk Huggins, Jim Gracen, Ron Smith, Tim rth, Boyd Pickens, Bill Osborn. Second Row: Jack Edson, Bill ry Jameson, John O'Brien, Dave R ly ic e owe, Dud M't h ll. -L, .119- Left to Right, Front Row: Gil Garcia, Mike Doyle, Bill Komloske, Pete Nord, Lonnie Suazo, Gary Maxon. Second Row: Conrad Metcalf, Jim Tallman, Larry MacArthur, Jim Ortega, Dale Dittmar, Steve Hutchison. Third Row: Asst. Coach Tom Canty, Jack Harpin, Bob Justice, Jim Reese, Tom Justice, Asst. Coach Jim Hanson, Coach Linn Long. Coach Linn Long's grapplers turned in a commendable i i- 7-2 record and finished number four in the Big Eight Conference meet behind- powerhouses Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, and Iowa sive in crushing State. CU looked particularly impres- Arizona 32-2 and Colorado School of Mines 31-O. The Buffs were led by Pete Nord, Conrad Metcalf Jack Har in and Bob Justice. grapplers I P f Junior Bob Justice also won an NCAA wrestling champion- ship in the NCAA Wrestling meet in Pennsylvania. On his way to the Oklahoma State title, Justice defeated Fred Fozza rd of who Justice had finished second to in the Conference Classic. BIG EIGHT MEET Oklahoma ................................ ---. 9 l Oklahoma State University ...... .... 9 l Iowa State ........................... ---- 6 l Colorado ...... ---- 2 2 Missouri ........ ---- 2 l Kansas State ..... ---- 9 Nebraska - 3 sa-Q--ws ' -ll-"""" 1 1 4 is .gf c, 4 W 155 egg . ' SK Q? - N ie- 'ik ww , SE A .51 v X , . I- Y v.,- fT- Q' . ii? 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IT was hard work and frusTraTing, buT aT The end of The season, They and The whole Team knew whaT They had worked for. ln The closesT NCAA finish in years, Colorado surprised The ski world wiTh The mosT impressive NCAA finish in The Downhill in CU's hisTory. Mike LafferTy finished Third, STeve Douglas fourfh, Roger LiTTle fifth, and Jim Hoeschler sevenTh. The Buffs only enTered four men in The Downhill and placed Three in The Top five, To ski away wiTh The mosT presTigious evenT in skiing. Clark MaTis, CU's Olympic cross-counTry runner won ThaT ' A f evenT wiTh Mike Romine finishing Twelffh. On The final day Bob and Mike Romine combined adminisTraTive and aThleTic abiliTies Ke dall fell n h' f'nal 'ump and w'Th 'T CU's ho es ofa naT'onal W as . ug., n o is I I 1 I IO ' I championship crumbled, and They moved To fifTh place in The NCAA meeT. Mike Lafferry, Third place winner of NCAA Downhill. I Jim Hoeschler winning The MT. Werner Downhill. QI ku ,. - 7 T 1. Q' ., , . 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Second Row: Bob Kendall, Paul Canatsey, Stan Geyer, Brian Nelson, Pete Cameron, Clark Matis, Mike Lafferty. rebuilding The Buffs, led by sophomore Mike Lafferty of Oregon, and seniors Hoeschler and Romine, finished third in the Aspen Intercollegiate, fourth inthe Colorado Alpine lnvita tional, third in the Fort Lewis Invita- tional, and, with a fourth place finish at the Rocky Mountain Inter- collegiate Ski Championships, qual- ified for the NCAA championship finals. i 'Q 5-- -we-3--Q -45 :,3.:1,, E4 , Q . ' X 19 ' L g.g,+-:w.1- -,ga Lai' K2-1-4.-1-1 'Q A 0 Q, + ov 0 a , 'g 5 1 Z 7, A " '1 k .: ' , 1 ' 2 f 3. -.' J" L' , f 11 ' ,Q M! Ll. ' '.-41 QL V , - ff: mf- W 751 , .. 5 ,2 . - X I ' 2- .1 ' '3 X fin' 11. U , ,Qmx U W fih - 135,52- 'iwff :W if? WJ A 1 V lu- M ii, A ., 12 14' ,,:i.2f??'-,'eGx1t,6f-- - 'gs' ' ,-aid" 326 x . . x HP , ul? lk: . I .. ,4 - 4 E L f-4 ' n I A ff 1 .-" ,'-hz J' ,. v , f .1 F of , v' X 2. fe.'9x-is79e'-- ... Vx -z. M-. M- K ' 'x VI X , , f .. 2,17 . FH. 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I3-2 Iowa STaTe ......... ..... 9 8 Oklahoma ............ 95 Oklahoma STaTe ....... ..... 4 5V2 Missouri ............. 38 Nebraska ....... 2-4V2 Kansas STaTe ..... 20 Colorado ....... 9 AlThough Colorado's swimmers slumped To a 2-I l dual meeT season and finished lasT in The Big EighT Conference Meer, The Buffs esTablished several new school records. Two marks fell To senior Team capTain John Waggoner who posred new Times in The 200- and 400-yard- individual medleys. Sophomore Treeslyle experf Jim Cumming seT Three records of his own in The 50-, I 00-, and 200-yard evenTs. 1.. R. s-S .15 3 , , X W Q I if I , I if , Q I . . IT" N . ' 1' '-5 ' - W w V f, " ' Mum- 44 ' m -. I , 'X 'V 'qi '5 -.uf 'U V-4 A, HJ hi X I -. . , 'E3"'2L, . f f3"5:1fv21:. ' . gn.. xii L' ff H . V. V H - ff.1,,T,' L A- 330 Left to Right, Front Row: Art Thompson, Tom Weinstack, C. D. Bodam, Second Row: Dave Webster, Bruce Robertson, Ed McWilliams, Coach Dick Gray. C. D. Bodum buff netters better previous individual and league records The I967 Buff tennis team bounced back from a I966 rec- ord a commendable 5-7, turning back Northern Illinois University and Colorado State College as well as Big Eight Conference foes Nebraska, Iowa State, and Missouri. Led by veteran performers Tom Weinstock, C. D. Bodam, Bruce Robertson, and Ed McWilliams, Colorado shutout Nebraska 7-O and repeated that performance with a 7-O whitewash of the Iowa State Cyclones. Coach Dick Gray's netters finished fifth in the conference meet, compiling 27 total points. BIG EIGHT MEET Oklahoma ......... .... 6 6 Colorado ..... ....... 2 7 Kansas ...................... 45 Missouri ....... .... I 8 Oklahoma State ........ 39 Iowa State ...... .... 8 Kansas State .............. 35 Nebraska ..... .... 6 SCORES CU 5 Northern Illinois 2 Texas Christian ..... O Southern Methodist I Oklahoma ........... 3 Oklahoma State 6 Colo. State College I Kansas State .......... 7 Nebraska ...... . I Kansas .........,....,... 7 Iowa State ............ 3 Air Force Academy 6 Missouri ................ cu indoor trackmen post new marks and perfect dual meet record This year's CU indoor tracksters, playing for veteran Coach Frank Potts in his final year as Colorado Track coach, com- piled a perfect 4-O record in dual competition, finished sec- ond to the Jayhawks of the University of Kansas at the Kansas Triangular, and captured the sixth spot in the Big Eight Indoor Meet. The Buffs began the indoor circuit on an optimistic note, clobber ing Wyoming 87-16 in the CU Fieldhouse, turning back a strong Colorado State University unit, 63-41 , and showing surprising strength while bowing to nationally-powerful Kansas. Senior pole-vaulter Chuck Rogers, 1966 NCAA champ, set a Big Eight vault record of 16'6V2", then raised that mark by one- half inch in the Colorado-Frank Potts Invitational. Other Buff standouts this past winter were d-istance runners Paul Carter- mole, Paul Edstrom, and Rick Truiillo, and long-jump expert Bill Aeschliman. SCORES CU 87 Wyoming ...,,.....,...., 1 5 63 Colorado State ........ 41 Triangular at Kansas Kansas ..........,,,,,,,,,, 93 Colorado ...,.........,., 45 Oklahoma State ...... 24 61 Nebraska .,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 60 85 Air Force Acad. ........ 37 Big Eight Indoor Meet Kansas ...,..,...,....,.,,, 69 Oklahoma .,,,,, ,,,,, 4 1 Missouri ...... ,, ,,,,, 35 Nebraska ..,,,,,, ,,,,, 3 3 Kansas State .....,...,,, 22 Colorado .....,.,,,,,,,,, 15 Oklahoma State ...... 9 Iowa State ...,....,,,,,, 0 4 , x, , , ., . , 1 .. .iff . I' , ' - -A -Yi: ,Q ,I U A J. a ,al Q.. K ,J ,El 4,-f I., ,, .-f. Q, .,4,.. J 'V ,' Aw I, 1.1. ,.L ,-,,,?...,,,' f' ,rt ' Y ,yi pf, , Ire: I iv, k M. Q- i TIL 41.711 ' ,ful-I l.I.'kr,k 091.-it AA-mg, av .H,figEf.'F! QF .nkirmtl in Yrzkhm .V X. fvtf I 'VL' ,Q-qi V. 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Gr. .g,,l,.vg: , H A.-j I I 1, VJ" , 'iff-5 ." jfff' , rf" - ,ji 'vgiffs -. ' 'fiff "v,:'3'f' 31 7 " Af I " ' - r f:"1'.1 T . " '54-'ff Tv. LJ' fi X" f 1 4 l'gi:r"'-'Rf "T ' X? ' .THU 1,1-' Y f7f'1"'Y.. ' ' '.Q?d- ' 1 Q ' ' ,, , ,Q , pi J' N , . Y.. '. ,A - , I r , YY '-:gui -Wi?--i'f' 1 V' 7 I Y 5' fn -L ' ,J...f 1- 1 "1 , s ' f' '- an B? Y ,T in , vb f . 'N4 "-- . x 'fl ' X 'iii Q' -I-P R 5 275, H 'N --iii. 9' 332' 1 f' ,..!s 1 I , I ' .,. A f,'?, 5' jl"?l.E:7 ,fn H mfg.- MGA . ,. if, , I Y 9 .5 '?!: f ,ff 'f ' M ,f f-ff' iii' W' 'A b " 4 ,, Y ," F KT ,Y , I ,,., X ' V :V 4" ' jd-if ij, - f" rm X ' nf" 'QM ' , V ,' '4, , .'A' if 1 :X X mfr., 3 - .I Y f Y Y N Y -if Y sf yv Y Y Y I X X x it ' sv-AJ X. X X WF -Y - lr 1' I 1 Lf I Rghi Fro T R Fefe Va A sdale Dan Wunsch Roge Allen, Paul Assisianf Coach Lyle Knudson, Mark Keller, Wayne Dodd, Mark Timmon Phil Cattermole BII Adams S cond R w C ach Frank PoTTs Blu ne L m Russell Watkins, Bill Hines, Bill James, Assistant Coach .lim Musiain. Fo rfh Row Henmnger C a g R nycin R ch Fowler Jay Tob n Da d B nkley Third Row: Larry Planrz, Sylvester Reed, Terry TenEyck, Barry King, Jack Gridley, John Lunn Lynn Baker, Chuck Rogers. ' track, cross country's frank potts retiring after forty-one years service here and abroad June, 1968, marks The end of a golden era in The hisTory of UniversiTy of Colorado Track and field. Frank PoTTs, The man who used The dirT Track of CU's fieldhouse To build a naTional Track and field power here aT The UniversiTy, is refiring afTer 41 years as The Buff cross counTry and Track menTor. One of The Top men in American coaching, PoTTs has been presidenf of The Narional CollegiaTe AThleTic Associ- aTion's Track Coaches, meeT direcTor for The firsT Russian-American Track and field meer in 1959, assisTanT coach for The 1965 Pan-American Games, and has gone To Europe several Times wiTh Touring U.S. squads. The healThful-looking naTive of Oklahoma, now vice-presi- denT of The NCAA Cross CounTry Coaches, will make his official exiT This fall afTer helping coach The U.S. Olympic Team. AThleTics aT The UniversiTy of Colorado will noT be quife The same wiThouT The man who made so much of Them. - if pw- -1 F-03 ,fagfp 'gg 5-gsm. Q 1 V ,W-2 1 .. .-nl. h - ---1' , Y iff '-f.e'?' - 4 yy' 'aqgvf 'I ' X1,.... 4 Lf...- . N "' -S x ' I 1 1-o XXII' . 1 H + Q, 'MN Ry 'fu-'mes-masafxi 4, V- iw.,-' ' ' ' ' " N .ff .f ,""' ' 1115,-. uv A I F tub. 11.4-.P fb In. ...-' an- . 4 .,,,,,, -.-- 9....,.....-- -1 0-W 'Q an-rave my-, V R8 .-r, H: , T w -V. ' ., ,'.. 6 N ,ffgaqlk ,.,, 7.1, 'acl 1 :'1 1. 2+ 15122, F., :fl ,fifiiiff-' ' e' . 'A A, 7 -31251. ITF A V - , A 'vu n lf. . 'T' ' ' :QF Fi ji A qw, . .5 fp , 7' 1 ef 5 A ,,- 93.1- 1 , J in L 'H roll 41 U .' ' 4- Q1 v - 4 'K 1 v z-Zi ,. ,, 3 ln., -, ., , IE' , , 15' if--X.-f Y, -. L---,111 'X 1 . Hin Y' ZA ,fr M-Lb , . A f,p,,t.., .,x , 1 , . .JA Q I .. .4 ,. .w"2.-,, , ., viii' ,-95 -ep . 4 ' ik" 3'.:'-112-'1,,. . XL., , 'N Q? fix.-f5f?'!:'f , J 1','N?'f,f!7-:..'f,' in" I-.4 ,, ff 5' ,fi-gl"" 1-., I 'v'-": 'QTNEI 'fx , ,Eff N ,2vff'aH7,,1t' ids! ' fra' all' ""' " , T ' 5''1II'-,'ff!'1M-.NJ.v,lQ,,'.5tf1r.f. 'ff ' 'Af , lj i, 'Qffff-fri..-saldfif' 5-C 1- 5 WF9' 4. . . . , , ,- ,W fb 2:5 .4 r SL +'-fre-mix.-,Wav-4'11"V 1- 1 ' 7 L ' ,,.fw--Am-mr'-f .Ng ,,..,u,'vNvfW5Qvv. .I ,"'f-Gian ' 4' A X-9 K' it A Qt'-" W-I x,,., . a respectable season on the diamond Left to Right, Front Row: Steve Morganphil, Lonnie Carlson, Marshall Greenstein, Jim Skeers, Tom McCauley, Norbert Valdez. Second Row: Jack Coppom, Dan Kelly, Dan Ruth, Mike Newton, Dave Cramoy, Al Stahlemeyer, Jack Schmidt, Xavier Nady. Third Row: Fred Smith, Duke Veteran Coach Frank Prentup's 1967 base- ball squad compiled a respectable i2-i 3 season record and wound up in fifth place in the final Big Eight standings, finishing at 8-8. Pitcher Taylor Toomey, an AIl-Big- Eight lefty from Laguna Beach, Calif., shortstop Dan Kelly, catcher Jack Schmidt, and first baseman-pitcher Dan Ruth led CU to victories in their last five straight games. The Buffs were victors in 7 of their final l i encounters. Schmidt, a iunior from Lakewood, Colo., hit .309 for the campaign and pounded Big Eight hurlers for a .333 mark, fourth best in the Big Eight. Soph Dan Ruth averaged .318 in league action and his five home runs led the conference in that department. Coach Frank Prentup Prentup, Don Alsup, Taylor Toomey, Lloyd Hutchinson, Mike Willis, Dove Leach, Coach Frank Prentup. 335 E B fa 1 Q x ' 2, .z5l4.LI'!I f gawk! efiifffl .1 ig, c H' ,,,. "rm- 'maz- wx Q '- kj Eff . Ao 3 ' i?4f'1,'. E J -,fg95R11.g. , fx.. ,'L Af."-A , , 9 J. V gf:- . . ia, Am, -I: , 4. 1791" ' 'f L x ., M, N IIQN., ffirm , ' 1 'fl fa-' ji - 6 ff' ,La . - ' XA -sv f' ,ggi .5-wg' -U . 4 5-'ff A 7' .114 Hifi- 4 -.,., Q . af? ,,. 1:- 5 . x 1 'Z i 7"'75f ' tl!! f.. f-m4w4:Ti?5afPQ1 4 Q. 7 ,ff 7314 rj f 1,.. Q' J . -. :Q 59341 ' if - ?'.-'ka WIFI 4- .3 '15 'J C""Qi1.:.- H. .1 .4 :J -4 . .fs.-.1.fa:1,E,gx- fd' ng -H ,a v 1fr'f?f2??" " -.r vw. J.: 4, -.a'ip.,1".1 ,J31e:N,L - mg' iazfii-.SS 2 .. '--.nr 'Q 'YWSM ' . K, 'J-, -'-1 'C 2'-'ff' -K. ...J . N ,.,, . 3 6 v ai-' .. ,4 fixi' A . 4, N, X 4.51 , 1 3 ' 10, ' Wikia ' .L 1. ' M. Slliw- ,aaa ' athletic staff builds cu sports The newly remodeled and enlarged Folsom STadium, which now seaTs upwards of 50,000 people, is anoTher feaTher in The cap of AThleTic DirecTor-Head Foofball Coach Eddie Crowder's growing lisT of accomplishmenrs. These include The new baseball field, plans Tor a new field house and one of The besT Track areas in The Rocky MounTain region. As AThleTic DirecTor here since l964, Crowder has been Tremendously successful in rebuilding a winning TooTball Team and- in improving The overall image of Colorado AThleTics. Helping improve ThaT image of CU is Fred CasoTTi, The SporTs PubliciTy DirecTor. His efTorTs spread Colorado's exploiTs To The local and naTional news services. The Third member of The sTafT is AThleTic Busi- ness manager Kayo Lam. He has The Task of sTreTching The AThleTic DeparTmenT's budgeT and seeing ThaT The money goes where iT is needed. Kayo Lam AThleTic Business Manager L fi , r Ir- e'f:m-V,im,r:,.34-V, -. ep -, -L -- .,W.f b - ,rx W ,- ..,A 'S Eddie Crowder AThleTic DirecTor Fred Casotii AThleTic PubliciTy DirecTor a tradition of fall and spirit and being able to smile when no one else does I 339 40 student recreation and Intramurals -T Civ-, is .V 7 i , 1' V T A A .-r - , all-school com petition is the climax of individual skill Linda Robinson compefes in GymnasTics. There are sTudenTs who wish To prove Themselves individually aT a universiTy ouTside The realm of aca- demic achievemenT. lnTramural sporTs provides numerous and varied opporTuniTies for These men and women To prove Themselves in com- peTiTion aT all levels of skill. The many leagues and meeis ThaT are formed lead To all-school compeTi- Tion. This in Turn oTTen leads To The TormaTion of exTramural clubs such as Soccer, Field Hockey, Swimming, GymnasTics, Lacrosse and Tennis which enables TurTher individual skill developmenT Through capable supervision and leadership. TOUCH FOOTBALL Delis WATER POLO S A E SWIMMING S A E TENNIS DOUBLES Tie-Sig Ep DU WRESTLING Delta Upsilon HANDBALI. Phi Sig PRE-SEASON BASKETBALL Esioppels BOWLING Baker BASKETBALL Phi Delis VOLLEYBALL Delis SOFTBALL Butchers TENNIS SINGLES Williams Pandas OUTDOOR TRACK Willard- Wolves DECATHLON Lambda Chi LACROSSE Delia Upsilon SOCCER Ski Team Chi Psi versus Sigma Chi. 44 TOUCH FOOTBALL Gold Silver Dorm Independent I Independent II Grad WATER POLO Gold Silver Dorm Independent TENNIS DOUBLES Gold Silver Dorm Independent SWIMMING Gold Silver Dorm Independent Delts Delta Upsilon Nichols Tigers Rasps W. Quad Law Grads S A E Chi Psi Willard Wolves Navy Phi Gam Lambda Chi Baker Buffs BHS Boys S A E Chi Psi Baker Navy BASKETBALL Gold Silver Fraternity Rec. Dorm Dorm Recreation Grad Independent I ll Independent Independent III Independent IV TENNIS SINGLES Gold Silver Dorm Independent TABLE TENNIS Phi Delts Delta Upsilon DU "B" Nichols Zotts Nichols Nickels Math Grads Sigma Tau Gap Shooters Reiects Dead Ringers Delts Phi Psi Williams Pandas Dinkers Gold Sigma Nu Silver Lambda Chi Dorm Williams Panthers Independent BTTC LACROSSE Fraternity Delta Upsilon Independent Preying Mantises WRESTLING Gold Delts Silver Delta Upsilon Dorm Tie-Nichols Williams Independent Sukle Sukle HANDBALL Gold Phi Sig Silver Acacia Dorm Willard Pandas Independent Tokens SOFTBALL Gold S A E Silver Chi Psi Fraternity "B" S A E "B" Dorm Willard Wolves Independent I Tulagi's Independent II Butchers Grads Math Grads OUTDOOR TRACK Gold S A E Silver Lambda Chi Dorm Willard Wolves Independent Tie-Kaumen Romine DECATHLON Gold Sigma Nu Silver Lambda Chi Dorm Baker Independent Richmond PRE-SEASON BASKETBALL Champions Estoppels BOWLING Gold Kappa Sig Silver Phi Sig Dorm Baker Independent Sigma Chi SOCCER Independent Ski Team VOLLEYBALL Gold Delts Silver Delta Upsilon Dorm Quad Bobcats Independent Sigma Chi Grad Chem Grad I Fraternity "B" Delts ,4"3P'f'Mi'h lacrosse: sound of stick hitting helmet Colorado's i 967 lacrosse team compiled a 2-3 record, scoring impressive victories over Colorado State University and the Denver Lacrosse Club. Under the direction of Coach Paul Gordon, the Buffs shutout CSU l -O and walloped the Lacrosse Club for Denver lO-7. Although somewhat deficient in offensive punch, lack of size and experience allowed CU opponents to outscore the Buffs 46-23 during the season. Returning key players Jacques Chamberlain, Roger Hollister, and Mark Mogilnor should bolster a strong group of enthusiastic underclassmen in i968 CU CU 3 Air Force Academy .......... .... i 5 8 Denver University .......... ...... l 3 i Colorado College .......,....... . .... ii iO Denver Lacrosse Club ....... 7 i Colorado State University -46 Climbers start to take on Halletts Peak. The students at CU have everything that other students have - build- ings, a stadium, and a fountain. But they have one extra --the Rocky Mountains, rising above the campus. This proximity of the Uni- versity to the mountains affords an opportunity for students to partici- pate in unique recreation programs. The Intramural Department offers the student a chance to explore the mountains through various pro- grams. They provide camping equip- ment, experienced leadership, and week-end outings that include climbing such famous peaks as Longs Peak and Mt. Elbert. Technical rock climbing instruction gives students the experience of climb- ing the third Flatiron and other formations in the area. recreation in the mountains Belaying on top of the third Flatiron. x 48 Directory William Appenzeller participation high in intramurals Thousands ot students are actively engaged in highly organized intramural activity programs as well as other departmentally sponsored programs of recreational activities. The director ofthe program, William Appenzel- Ier, and coordinators, Betty Gilkison and Ralph Bender, have given emphasis and direc- tion toward meeting many of the recreational needs ofthe students. The purpose and goals of the program are to supply a supportive role to the academic uni- verse ofthe University. This supportive role furnishes the student with a constructive outlet away from his books as well as the opportunity to assume leadership through his participation in the intramural program. Betty Gilkison Ralph Bender O 'Wai x - 1 5 GLX' 'r af fm ' H., 717 r.. K- 'IA aw - A.-V Y sk xg! - -.,.,, 4.l- -.1 . ff bg-E "1-'fttx' E5 ' in . fgg: .flfi 7 ' ri Qwefwfl Q, B . nf If'- . V , U .gif Q e- ! ,ST ffluf? , , r 5? 3 , l " ', CKY. I 1 W Ee 's residen I 1 1 1 3 Y I 5 f I 1 1 4 1 I 5 I .,, ,. ,. 1 ,1 V. lr 'r 1 .J 1 1 1 1 '5':! 1 Lf '1 1 .2 'Ani 's -- x i ' 1 Ka! . Y . q v , 1 ' .' I L5 ' 1 '1 111,111 .. I --.1.w 5 -' xx - " 1' , - --1 ' fx, - .,',,- M71 1' 'Sr' '..., ZZ' V 1. .L .IA 1,42 94' 'W .Q Q.. -J , Y: In V , ,T-.fi-yep.: fy- ' .f - , ' 1,5 Ser'-1l'.:i5? 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Lc1ughTer, onger, confusion, shored ond scc1T- Tered. In The spring iT chonges ond becomes empTy, buT for o yeor iT is mosTly people. dorms farrand 54 CRAVEN WlNG - Left to Right, Front Row: Carolyn Bauer, Vanny Foster, Susan Doore Judy Droso Libby Clough Suzie Lagae, Joan Stoughton, Cathy Hoover, Rebecca Norea Moore, Jean Brickell Chris Rasmussen Third Row Hardin, Sally McElwain. Second Row: Lisa VonDornum, Joanne Arends, Kathy Belnap Bea Bertle Jean Russell CRAVEN WING - Left to Right, Front Row: Carolyn Jones, Akim Tamiroff, Ora Maynes, Terry Wright, Cheryl Tipton, Margie Donnelly. Second Row: Marilyn Miller, Jane Leon- ard, Carla Cervi, Mary Berkley, Lynda Saunders. Third Row: Wendy Webb, Greta Green, Catherine Scott, Andrea Avret, Susan Dyer, Stephanie Toeppen, Sandy Allen. winding stairways Lin Perkin, Joyce Martin Z'-is Y iff BAUR WING - Left to Right, Front Row: Sandy Larson, Marilyn Stryker, Becky Winborn, Sue Cornish, Susan Siegele, Cathy Krupp, Linnea Mitchell. Second Row: Kim Brower, Jacki Moss, Merry Stewart, Kathy Kegan, Kathy Gunderlock, Nancy Jacobs, Kathleen Moffitt, Kris Kunov, Molly Hoover, Jodee Bishop. Third Row: Shirley lsgar, Billie Jean Hall, Susie Hoover, Susan Bambrick, Judy Anne Cummings, Molly Parrish, Susan Constamz, Lindo Weills, 355 356 on a towered citadel REYNOLDS - Left to Right, Front Row: Carole Fisher, Dot Carlson, Gayle Spengler, Anne Anson, Barbara Efseroff, Marcia Jancla, Linda Wellman, Margaret Hens- chel, Franci Lenhartz, Barbara Kagin. Second Row: Andrea Mitchell, Cheryl Keim, Pat Pacheco, Sheila Goedert, Eliza- beth Figge, Sherry Plank, Fran Page. Third Row: Sallie Williams, Linda Wilson, Christal Waters, Haley Ross, Gail Oman, Mary Lou Poudre, Donna Prull, Kathryn Naylor, Gail Feingold. N, -'Sri vu 4 dxf. , lr 4 if K kai lk E l. ' " E- I - 1 rf.-ll '- , I. , sw- McCAULEY - Left to Right, Front Row: Beth Brainerd, Barbara Hexim, Denise Conrad, Betti Rockwell, Row: Marilyn Johnson, Linda Johnson, Nancy Rickert, Cindy Thomas. Second Pam Berg, Edie Keiry, Mary Milliken, Rosa Brock, Amy Wyatt, Lynn Johnson, Shari Werder, Jan Emery, Dorothy Griffin. Third Row: Gwyneth Albrecht, Suzan Ankeney, Karen Filak, Sandy Williams, Judy Gerwitz, Edna Berker, Shari Dangremond, Madelyn Zidel, Cathy Corr, Lynn Wiedemer, Kiffellie Bryner, Jan Gardner, Debbie Galesi. dead end halls and a hidden snack bar hallet the rooms on the ground floor that grew dangerous in spring 4' M,4, :fs 4.5. 4- .. lt :lvl J' ALAMOSA WING - Left to Right, Front Row: Valerie Fagan, Chris Ellet, Cathy Brown, Julie Burke, Trish Borden, Bev Lubker, Vol Robinson, Kathy Hellriegel, Barb Klein, Janet Shoemaker, Deborah Binder, Sally Tool. Second Row: Pat Johnson, Gail Knecht, Marya Manfred, Rusty Thurman, Cathy Tierney, Colleen Heimbigner, Ann Stroud, Jerilyn Brignull, Tina Tock, Hallee Morgan, Elinor fiiilllie T hi A Miller, Linda Gustin, Rita Yaroush. Third Row: Ruth Borden, Patty Tool, Nikki McKeighan, Linda Grant, Gail Roos, Ellen Jennings, Kristen Fryklund, Wendy Wilkinson, Susie Dwyer, Ruthann Albrighton, Shannon Fagan, Zelda Wagner, Imogene Duckworth, Marjorie Annis, Jan Kellond, Kerry Blair, Linda Tepe, Maureen Glass, Linda Foster. EAGLE WING - Left to Right, Front Row: Connie Greenblaft, Gail Gotzian, Suzie Grieve, Sherida Bowlin, Donna Kato, Barbie Takenage, Barbara Wahl, Teresa Thornton, Jean Callord, Carol Eddy, Dottie Strovas. Row Two: Janet Naylor, Terry Lange, Flopsey Copsey, Spiffy Frixsche, Shirley Mohr, Lynda Gerry, Sherida Klick, Sharon Black, Helen Gilbreath, Jill Stoll, Denecia Blakemore, Gwyn Napolitano, Debbie Brown, Lynda Jo Karr. Row Three: Cathy Bell, Lennie Lip, Fairy Sherry, Gayle Prunkuber, Judy Michaud, Carol Wickham, Caroline Smith, Cindy Boyle, Joani Harrison, Penny Gossert, Sue Smith, O'Dette Havel, Vicki Pilgrim, Pat Brown, Marilyn Helbert, Helen Goldberg, Betsy Kelley. MESA AND SUMMIT WINGS - Left to Right, Front Row: Joanna Fleming, Linda Costa, Bobette Carlson, Jeanne Mueller, Evelyn Billings, Susan Twilley, Deirdre MacMuIlen, Sarah Tomlin, Ellen Hughes, Pene- lope Snow, Cherly Hull, Helen Gelvin. Row Two: Karen Stratvert, Ann Tiemann, Dorothy Finley, Betty Moffett, Ellen January, Kathy Patton, Gail Herber, Pam Fleming, Gladys Matsuura, Connie Ruder, Lori Phil- li s Gloria Schulz Row Three Donna Webb Linda Bates Elm ra P r - 2 1 1 Y Schaal, Patricia Wade, Paulette Trum, Barbara McGee, Kam Mayer, Rosemary Davison, Katlheen Weeks, Shirley Webber, Joanne Thomas, Jeremy Morin. Row Four: Margaret Sioden, Jennie Fisk, Debbie Lovely, Christy Moon, Gloria Lawler, Gayle Gerry, Cathy Crane, Annie Dodd, Wendy Roberts, Dorothy Davis, Dolly Mead, Susie Baker, Toni Chris- teanson, Cheryl Schultz, Mary Adams. ' Mini! l i 1 lf ki T l V-4' ll . 1 W . 'ypf' 5 73121 ,,,,,,,,,,Q-, . , ,.- ,- ....-w.a-a walking through snow and rain and Willard, to eat :abby 362 W. I A 'K 1 jx, F 5' Vi 3 -4: :Ll H " 'H - , , ffgf, t f-.1 ','f.T! 1 ,3 5-f:'ff3I5'ii.Q X 1 W' ' "Lf ' ','l5,'ii?f?1' 1 If-f..V-fig-H, , ,. ,A . 4 'N Q?- lf- 55: . -,g I Aki 15.1, F D' Ag' sq I ,:ff'?ihH'EgEi Emizffff- F5Hf5:2r5Qf?3 L-eE,gg'fae. yy ,ggjilfgl '- 'T :3l"m'f?' 9 :xii-j"'g:'g-,L pf ISL? is P. iii! xl., fi: K' ' v ,MEA QL--1 ,zsgzilliiw M- ' - -- i',.1"T , :VQQEL f Q 'Q 1 159' W .mm -Ziyi: : .. 1. A L-U X '35 F " an K 4Ff7.",'fI:1 'f '2.gf,g!-,4'Lj 13 4' it J "7-:""fi',1S:' L 1 6, XF-tx, ,J m Q V V 'iff' 3 . is '-an , ,y .1 " S U I 4 6 5, v n , N . Q x Y, N P1 X. s 1 1 .,, as 'A E Q Q 0 Ng A 3.41515 ' x -N 5: f mf X V 1c.,,g.1.Q: ,- ,Z '45 A I' 5'Q.1T"E': - . , l. A .4 1 . . - temffim 1 f fx-Q ' N , ' . " H Q, 41 . av.,-if Q gk x 'X 6' 'amzffiif .Q sy! 6 X A W. ., .j ",-:' 'X J , J ' . -, V . ,- I rw, .' .3 ..,, 'L ' f -, ,Y H. , , . , I 1+ V .. Y' 'H xi K A - .., I I xx! 1 X ig W ,L J an , s 1 Q " 1"-1 ? Lf' -- w if. H 64 GILPIN - Left to Right, Front Row: Candi Wroe, Barb Truman, Cindy Runyon, Mary Beth Karr, Giddy Piklefakfry, Janice West, Hazed Mackeral, Carol Kennedy, Linda Robinson. Second Row: Carol Allen, Pam Kramer, Diana Ferris, Nancy Wilson, Sara Ann Bush, Debby Hoeltgen, Allyson Hughes, JoAnne Richards, Jane Veron, Sheila Scbol, Suzi Thompson, Karen Togawa, Sharon Daido, Gay Jensen, Carla Marn, Jan Swasaki, Sandy Gammell. Third Row: Linda Mattingly, Sally Doon, Leslie Power, Barbara Young, Kathy Damme, Susie Ashton, Christie O'Neil, Susie Baecker, Janette Harn, Sandy Leirton, Bernice Bunies, Diane Ailinger, Elizabeth Cawfhra. Fourth Row: Linda Weaver, Rayefia Krall, Jan Andolshek, Kris Danielsen, Jan Backlin, Marsha Dirtmer, Diana Darley, Sunny Mack, Monica Anderson, Nancy Kirkpatrick, Marsha Cohen, Sue Wear, Rebecca Brown, Jane Achwerman, Emily Agnew. and find a parking place i MONTROSE - Left to Right, Front Row: Mary Louise Mosley, Joy Harvey, Jenny Lyons, Laurie Derse, Barb Bour, Diane Holmer, Linda McCleary. Third Row: Cheri Bubul, Laura Davis, Lou Montabon, Anne Schaefer, Bev Hill, Marilyn Fried, Craft, Denny Wenthancl, Liz Mironas, Christine Keeler, Michele de Vogelaere, Eva Sokol, Lisa Perschbacher. Second Row: Paula Paschal, Bev Shultz, Pat Kelley, Marianna Freeman, Ellen Levi, Leigh Thomson, Doris Thompson, Jackie Hernan- Willma Elmore, Tilly Garnek, Anna Eisen, Laura Quinlan, Polly Demong, Pat dez, Sandy Gile. Fourth Row: Karen Blyth, Nancy Wubben, Beverly Kiome, Jann Coury, Vicki Fitzpatrick, Anita Best, Kristi Lumberg. - - 5112 T C fin: :, 51511 'l'.f5szE- - a- ?"x.'f'f1 1 afeugs . . ff -1' niffxfle YUMA - Left to Right, Front Row: Wendy Sweeney, Neiko Hirakawa, Pat Sulli- van, Alice Filardi, Nancy Lemoine, Kitty Weiss, Helen Battaia, Carol Wright, Kathy Edwards, lrene Havlicelc, Ellen Jacobs, Nina Burlakov, -Barb Niebling Marike Bensasson. Second Row: Margaret Rhodes, Mae Young, Miriam Golcl- rosen, Perla Loya, Nancy Turbes, Janet Morgan, Ruth Larison, Denise Watts Connie Takamine, Roblyn Seward, Lynn Viner, Etta Halperin, Judy Loyd, Marsha Davis, Patricia Coe, Patricia Hoskins, Linda Donnelly, Pat Van Garden. Third Row: Rebecca Nuse, Annie Prochoruk, Cathy Pruett, Cheryl Bonclurant, Jillie Brown, Gayle Fried, Marsha Johnson, Connie Fideks, Jill Smith, Nancy White, Wana Data, Tammy Pax, Cori Killip, Pricilia Vickman, Debby Hockinsmith, Bon- nie Calhoun, Dana Knight, Debby Martischang. 367 I line lbbison, Elaine Seawalf, Jane Freeman, Sally Chesfon, Amelia McDonald, Third Row: Louise Wells, Mary Preston, Susan Short, Donna Cain, Lenore Marquardf, Vickie Neubauer, Linda Leonard, Candy Hamann, Toni Skaro, Day McKelvey, Donna Berfholdf, Suzanne Pavlica, Joan Anrhony, Nancy Parry, Nancy Reed, Nancy Gibbs, Parke Baskerville. Sara Frances. Second Row: Melanie Valbert, Cyndi Benson, Jackie Stratton, Nancy Poogach, Ann Phantom, Martha Lockwood, Kathy Sibley, Pamela Kline, Nancy Strode, Holly Sloan. , . : pf, V1 4-:.. v- if 23151 QE ': 1 Q1 5 .. . f ., 1.1 -1 ' 4- 1-:P Q ,, ,.,5E??!5Er N tid B74-' 'xii "ua, , K ff? mi M, ' Vlifg 2 , aw 2 XX " 5- Q5 -U.-1 ,EQ .a ,,,. gif!-.xl-as Q ,.. 7 54. 1, YH xg, 3, .,,, ,X .fa AZ. M , 't r hh I pq- , f .4q?' "" A50 ,f 2' M, . 51133 lll'9' E' , X N , Y Ng, ,k 'S I ! , E 370 set on the edge of campus l1E3I' large trees QP 3.3 ' f . '.', Q 0 l MCKEEHAN WING-Left to Right, Front Row: Carole Ferguson, Mary Dumas, L. Clark, Betty Luthy, Judy Rieger, Charlotta Anderson, Sue Smith, Carol Miller, Ann Germain, Sue Tudor, Grace Clark, Cathy Whin-- nery, Martha Heizer. Second Row: Deborah Langley, Virginia McNair, Nancy Gisler, Susan Clark, Moreen Wimer, Relindis Show, Sue Schroeder, Anne Larson, Chris Anderson, Theresa Uthe, Jill Ramsey, Mary Herbert, Debby Hollzer, Sue Lind. Third Row: Eleanor Clark, Kay Bosley, Kristin Parrott, Wendy Miner, Sandy Skodack, Karen Briley, Hazel Lipscomb, Ginny Gray, Linda Langendoerfer, Barb Gegg, Mary Melle, Kathy Cuttermole, Nancy Clair, Julie Dionigi, Laurie Parker. ' kittredge BUCKINGHAM WEST 1 leff fo Right, Froni Row: Chris Pizzufo, Kathy Johnson, Mary Lyn Pierce, Marllee Reuber, Lola Pfanensteil, Barb Quick. Second Row: Carol Krieger, Jan Mellin, Bernie Perry, Rae Seigel, Carol Nider, Kay Lowe, Martha Mitchell. Third Row: Chris Hinds, Marilyn Weiksner, Marlene Snowdon. running on the balconies 'Zi b the lake .pm ' "- X xx ,- ,fw . .' '1 r - esfff f' J , , ,. H . V 15? -. ' ve , A' ,Jig , H' Aa- N if af 1 ' 'E Q.. ' 1' I K wpffgf'-,6.!i?f,.C5,: 4 1 ' V' 'i ,.,, I rl-f 1..-Q... fb R . ..:..,.. ,, x Ay ,J rf I5 A I A. I E' .lx ci Q "" A 2-fa? . Vaa- .. . Q,-IFQJEN., ,Q-, ,xc X 9 '21-2a'.1'i? 1-L-:I - V ' f if Q U, im E U V. '13, jf' 1 -' V. nr f ,-x . ' .pf f 'Q ?f if 54 , J--,N fy . -'fs' ' M A- 'Pixy 2.1 bv fi if X X v-- M Q: 5, 'iff--'4. 'L' ' Lf uw 3' W. 'HJ Lf- . 1.5 ve 1 A ,- v 1 . Hu. 551 952 f . ff WYNL LP' . ..m,wil tlra fy an endless line to Eat i ' f 3'-...M 374 SMITH WEST - Left to Right, Front Row: Sandy Hess, Sue Daven- mermon, Janet Salt. Third Row: port, Rowanne Bernstein, Ellen Cohen, Janet James, Fennoyee Gibson, Barbara Wise, Cynthia Thomas. Second Row: Tenny Harrison, Mel Lebsack, Beverly Wolf, Kane, Brenda -Barbour, Melody Sharon Grossman, Peggy Sunshine, Erma Stephens, Linda Zim- Barbara Govan, Nancy Mayale, Chris Dillehay. SMITH SOUTH - Left to Right, Front Row: Cleone Pitman, Linda Cropp, Barb Brown, Susie Smith, Cheryl Sampson, Karen Woods, Carolyn Beck, Adele Robin- son. Second Row: Connie Aikens, Julie Waite, Cyn- thia Carlson, Carol Brott, Deanna Hergert, Karen Felix, Ann Miller, Barb Simmons. Third Row: Edna Taylor, Mary Campbell, Carolyn Schlaepfer, Jan Balkum, Alex Evans, Lorraine Gaurmer, Debby Bren- nan. Fourth Row: Beth Barksdale, Laura Locke, Tina McGuirk, Syd Purinfon, Nancy Schmidt, Susan Payne, Diane Wagner, Georganne Pellini, Lynn Thompson. Fifth Row: Pat Zglinicki, Peggy Pittman, Debby Dick- ens, Bobby Beran, Kathy Finley, Kathi Cogburn, Debbie Hoaser, Susan Brown, Mary Mattson, Margery Gray. Sixth Row: Kathy Nevins, Patty O'Neall, Nancy Burnham, Suellen Schwartz, Maureen Fennelly, Lucy Flanders, Barbara Goodman, Karen Sweet, Peggy Share, Patty Weston, Cassie Costlow, Sharon Cun- ningham. Lida Holmgreen, Meridith Hroza, Mary Pomeroy, Liz Hickey, Ann Kelly, Sandy Warfoman. k sr Carol Murdock, Elfrieda Siu, Pat Robbins, Barbara Cook, Phyllis Foley, Jan Hewitt, Gloria Reid, Helen Lauterbach, Penny Bruce, and so man people to wait with s QA. ' . ,T-gt, V ,I ,f F7 76 the football player above you ANDREWS EAST - Left to Right, Front Row: Ed De Angelo, Robert Waters, Rob Barley, Mary Jane, .James Bergstedt, Chris Juchiro, Steve Sallanger. Second Row: Bill Fish, Chris Collin, Bill Grannell, Michael Duval, Peter Finch, Marc Schwartz. Third Row: Ralph Jackson, Bill Briggs, Luke Studer, James Stowell, John Bundy, Jon Hillson, Rick Bradshaw, John Zlmities, John Giotti, Andy Montaine, Fred Beigie, Ollie Jackson. Fourth Row: Ed Rubino, Todd Rosen, Larry Ceozeir, Fred Sutherland, Robert Carlson, Kent Meager, Alex Truillio, John Ryerson, Cliff Duvall, Bob Weatherly. Fifth Row: Robert Hunt, Boyd Pickens, Robert Sahlman, Stanley Thorp, Duncan Mackie, Bruce Raddatz, Charles Lake, Christopher Trautner, Steven Mars, Steve Thompson, Thomas Blaue, James Holl, Dennis Shackley, Gary Manolelbaum. that dropped weights s"a?"?f ARNETT WEST - left to Right, Front Row! Gordon Gcrvey, Dave Hedberg, Bob Brant, Al Blum, Clark Holt, Rod Bush, Rich Moore. Second Row: Chuck Goble, Mark Frick, Jock Dolcuort, Miguel Munresa, Randy Henkels, Malcolm MacMillan. Third Row: Steve Sor- ensen, John Williams, Scott Bollinger, Rich Levinson, Scott Scmwick. waiting by the Ia ke for a girl , - 3, the fast walk back from campus for lunch H: 74 ,wrt . 'iilisii' 211, smog eg: ft -gt.. ARNETT NORTH - Left to Right, Front Row: Arthur McCoske, Dave Myers, Jeff Lingle, Ralph Albi, Randy Bradley, Bob Fralick, Allen Detfling. Second Row: Ed Pierson, Rob Rohloff, John Landgraf, John Tucker, Larry Massie, Jim Benway, Tom Hay, Peter Rogge. Third Row: George Sides, Jim Roberts, John Waite, Steve Oyer, Paul Peek, Herb Vinson, John Cooke, Steve Tobias. ARNETT EAST - Left to Right, Front Row: Gary Wong, Steve Peterson, Ken Buier, John Landgraft, Rob Bowloff, Al Kciwanahe, Tim March. Second Row: Lew Sherman, Pat Crawford, Ken Steuvins, Zomil Mokrin, Bruce Bowman, Craig Farmer. Third Row: Ken Challacombe, Bob Schwohn, Ken Gossett, Ed Kraus, Hugh Upton, Tom Moore, Bill Goodner. Fourth Row: Tom Sandars, Ken Amotoni, David Clark, Arnie Lenefski, Michael Alben. Fifth Row: Ken Dietz, Rich Fuhr, Paul Pielek, Dennis Winslow, Larry Mayne, Jim Flora, Scott Lewis, Scott Bollinger, John Williams. -11 williams village SIXTH AND SEVENTH FLOORS - Left To Righi, Froni Row: Warren Huff, ivan Fox, John Reed, John Zimmer- man, Dave Nelson, Jim Melon. Second Row: Marvin Alexander, Hermanson James, Bob Botrinelli, Hey- mans Richardo, Hugh Wilson, Fred Augustine. Third Row: Steve Gildea, George Watkins, Steve Berkshire, Cliff Anderson, Jim Anderson, Jim O'Brien. ,, ,,,, . , . .i',". .j,3m,w l fi-.gi 1. Z L1 s.,,.1-.ar FOURTH AND FIFTH FLOORS - Lef! Io Right, Front Row: Micheal Staskin, Rick Okagawa, Edward Meyer, Haiar Haiar, Richard Horwitz. Second Row: AI Thauf, Robert Eyer, Bill Hayes, David Evensen, John Salazar, Charles Winthrop, Layne VanArsdale, Emad Baban. Third Row: Arr Garbosky, George Schiel, Gary Soule, John Sharrah, Ken Phillips, Mark Awders, Delbert Ragland. Fourth Row: Stephen Bershenyi, Thomas Mliler, Guenter Manczur, Kevin Boyle, Bob Lombardi. missing a bus for an eight o'cIock the elevators that moved with the wind the dust the noise and the crane EIGHTH AND NINTH FLOORS - Left to Right, Front Row: Sally Steinhart, Suzanne Milord, Linda Brough- ton, Candi Miller. Second Row: Susan Barkalow, Barbara Brownson, Missy Lulueiian, Muffy, Jackie Schumacher, Frances Trichel. Third Row: Gayle Mas- ciocchi, J.K. Brute, Coop, Betty Lou Losey, Peggy Parr, Beverly Culver, Kathy Carlblom, Jinny McKinzie. isECoNn AND THIRD nooks - Left to nigm, Front Row: Terry Ziegler, Lynne Buker, Janet Brown, Susan Craig., Mary Cobb, Debbie Cook, Nancy Giberson, Betty Lou Brown. Second Row: Linda Letfs, Nancy' Barr, Patricia Seelig, Becky Tackett, Marilyn Fink, Joan Diamond, Karen Hess, Connie McLean, Ellen Bell. Third Row: Rifle Zell, D. Rill Seligman, F. Roff, Linda Besil, Embee Garson, Adelita Hernandez, Judy Weinstein, Adrienne Golden, Valerie Farrell, Lana Levitsky, Kathy Krieger, Gayle Cooper. Fourth Row: Marie Roclrigue, Bonnie Solomon, Linda Beall, Jeanette Hunter, Linda Huffman, Sue Dow, Lynn Swanson, Erin Drake, Cynthia Thewlis. baker Salim- sitting in the windows watching girls go by... E EASE l KIOWA AND OURAY WINGS -- Left to Right, Front Albert Vigil, K. Whitten, Nathan Sieler, David War- Row: Mike Luse, Russ Butcher, Lew Bussez, Bob nick. Third Row: Stan Justice, Dent Covington, Pratt, Ray Edmison. Second Row: Richard Truiillo, Robert Jacobsen, Joy Farsberg, Steve McLain. 1 1 i lf' 4 wondering where they're headed to storming libby every spring H-lt -Slit-:nu 4 mi and cookies every night DELTA GU'NNlSON 4 Left io Right, Fronl Row: John Cullay, 'Larry Kaufrnan, Michael Jones, xRex Beachl Second Row: Jim Nielsen, James Orr, Richard Woodard, Jay Culley, Trung Chinh Nguyen, Weaver. Third Row: David Sfeere, Lawrence Girard, Jr., Patrick Kennedy, John Elcle, William Ratruck. Fourth Row: Phil Friedrich, Verle Plumb, Mark lsenberg, Daryl Kuiper, Mike Murphey, Michael Hall, Jim Brown. nichols WEST BASEMENT - Left to Right, Front Row: Doug Downey Ron Revier, Glen Nogami, George Broostrom, Dale Dobroth Steye Bruce, Second Row: Jorge Oreo-Jaime, John Wallace Earl Lord, Jeff Nathan, Ronrico Hawkins, John Morrison the rattling pipes scaling the fence to pla Stacey Greenberg, Steve Huff, John Furneaux, John Craw- ford, Larry Glass. Third Row: Mike Allen, Tom Holan, Rick Yasukawa, Mike Hicks, Rick Greene, Charles Wilcox, Mike Long, Gerry Burr, Fred Gerber, Craig Holland, Scott Mattes, Juss Hull, Val Carr. football sharing the dining room with girls. l' - ,Dale Walker. Second Row: Martin Pirnat, Doug WEST, FIRST FLOOR - Left to Right, Front Row: Pratt, Bob Moore, Larry Martinez, Mark Zobrist, Bob Abrams, Jeff Larson, Wes Mellow, Danny Don Golden, Byron Williams, Herman Oehl, David Ferguson, Lindsay Johnson, Sian Greenflwl, KfiS Robinson, James Patterson, Richard Norris, Rufus Moe, Dave Ott, James Hagius, Craig Hadden, Thompson, Jimmy Nicklos. wEs'r, SECOND noon - Left to mgm, Front Row: Dave Moore, Gary Buchanan, Frog Tackman, Cecil Coffey, Rick Ehrlich, David Lyons, Ron Zinner, Rich Gielak, Charles Har- ney. Second Row: Ray Neihery, Dick Down- ing, Dave DiManna, Eric Allred, Chuck Bioe- lzies, Greg Larson, Benny Freedman, Roger Maupir, Jim Ley. Third Row: Lorrie Pickett, Roger Lalich, Dave Tanin, James Joyce, Tomie Fox, Dave Weesner, George Lawrence, Jim Arndt, Chris Garbarino, Robb Kahn, Juan Morales, Harry Kortnicki. west, THIRD noon - Left to nighi, From Row: Willis Dunkeem, Fred Schields, Malcom Eiler, Irving Minx, Norman Greene, Zeroon Stinismueller. Second Row: Donn Livingston, Terry Shockey, Mike Roach, Dave Moore, Wayne Carlson, Jon Johnson, Mike McCown, John Jessen, Dick Gozinyra. Third Row: Steve Brown, Bill Cusic, John Webster, Tim Klober- danz, Steve Rawlings, Rudy Miyake, Gary Brown, Charlie Phillips, Garry Joquess, Jerry Clayton. 8 EAST FIRST FLOQR J- Left to Right, Front Row: Bruce Jim Nakai. Second Row: Doug Short, .lerry Unrein Mclntosh, Martin Otsuka, Charles Canby, Robert Silas Eliot, Jagger Moslco, David French, Jim Millard Allis, Steve Fischer, Tom Angerer, Garry Eicharn, Glenn Claycomb, Jeff Raymond. EAST BASEMENT - Left to Right, Front Row: Ron Schnackenberg, Joe Ghiglia, Rick Mueller, Barry Kerr, Donald Frey, Rodger, Shell, James Yacovella, Forrest Welsh, James Whitley, Larry Watson, Steve Bradstreet, Manfred Uebelhoer. Second Row: Peter Godfrey, Tony Golden, Todd Frazier, Jim Alexander, Alex Hallberg, Fred Leonhard, Hal Barnes, Beniomin Freedman, Brian Walker, Jeff Schimpff, Al Tachman, Leslie Kinnie, Christopher Harris. hm QF' "4 ' I' press? 31 TS. 615 4 I! """" Nil' ff' my 4'-ygf' A 'iq- - ,Il WAY the quadrangle v 'i , A1 2.17 'i-z-Q, 'L -f "-'bil - I Aggg ' we " 4 1 w 1 if A , ff: "fig yn, ,fig if 'Rr' 325' 'W' -19?.i?"xM '1' 6 71 f - V 'i W., mf if ig, F 1 YT' Ni-ff ..f'i'35'- CTU ITP' 5.1 ' Qgsf '53 '. , 'ff 1251 eg ii: 1 A,A 1, f , y , gm., f Qfffq-if WK X ' 3' ' Aki 1 'V - 'Q W Tia F :GV 9 5 1 5 ? K4 ft f U Wt: - f i 1 Q 1 f xx Y xl V 92 ltglglifl' 'T f -n-3il'.l'i, I i - , 1:2 M1 4 921' 'lx 5 Z - -Q JE BRACKETT - Left to Ifight, Front Row: Bill Kantor, Dan Currier, Mike Dice Mark Gorfsche Ra mond Voerdin Chris Robinson r I Y Q, Second Row: Jim Brodie, Richard McKeever, Mike Cyr, Jim Sul- vaira, Ivan Gorman, Dewey Warren, Marc Sanders, Tom Cro hurst. Third Row: Phil Peiffer, Larry Sanfilipo, Michael Kavan Wayne Haskell, Michael Gourdin, Keith Kirsch, Steve Herman within the constant sound of cycles Roger Lomb. Fourth Row: Chuck Boxwell, Eldon Bevill, Tom Malmberg, Jeff Warren, Dennis Hatchell, Randy Schafer, Phil Hufford. Fifth Row: Thomas Tucker, Phil Dougan. Sixth Row: Mark Viscont, Greg McArthur, Bill Moschetti, Scott Moreen, Stephen O'Brien, Bob Peters, Ron Eve, Bob Hayward, David Coews. f 11 V- T3-il J Qi -,ai-he-U EL K, , ,Lt 1.1 ,C 4 ,gf--HV- 1 IQ hs i 'mt 12"-sr' ,.,s if 1 t as-'K gr 1. -,. ,6 J. 1- vv' 'm-Q, 'rar V 5, ,5- li' iv ?' ' reg., . 3 W em:.v.w-ia:- :Elise , V.-' -v 4 4.551 fl' -'gum Willard 393 394 FIRST FLOOR 1 Left Io Righf, Fron! Row Gary Pokoik, Lynn Wodder, Bob Osborn, Neumann. Second Row: John Shoenhai, Richard Henke, Bill Pendlebury, Steve Denny Grimmer, Jim Block, Mike Geoff Chrisfofl, Clapp, Stephen Levine, Kearn Fischer, David Zenfmyer. Third Row: Del Soe- husen, Bill Black, Allen Hall, Bob Dumville, Doug Schauer, Richard Pommerening, Randal George, Craig Watson, Steve Porter, Jim Veenstra. the windows of farrand and hallet so close SECOND FLOOR - Left io Right, Front Row: Steve Osmar, Steve Jones, Jeff Lawson, Peter Jacobsen, Mike Brown, Brien Meilleur, Bill Beals, Bob Buzby, Chuck Giceck, Thomas Sramm, Dennis Zablowski. Second Row: Gary Slavens, Ben Schwafken, Ralph Beistline, Greg Estes, Wally Kunzman, Howard Powers, Theophylis Aronson, Terry Davison, Jim Karins. Third Row: Donald Whiteley, William Ryan, F. L. Gardner, Pete Boggs, Dean Crowell, Pete Read, Mark Speros, Roger Pryor. r ,. ng., for slingshots or binoculars .-,LTEQVV-'m" - 2- .' , . , 396 THIRD FLOOR -- Left to Right, Front Row: Wright Travis, Joe Sayld, Harvey Swartz, Wallace Kuntzman Jr, David Reming- ton, Henry Gustavesen, Jay Watson, Sam Dreksler. Second Rowz' Greg 1-letcher, Deon Rowell, Jeff Rutter, Glenn Goss, Jim Massie, Bruce Hathaway, Jeff Warcl, Michael Meaux, Bert Akitake, Steve Jurclen, Bill Mumford, Larry Wallman. Third Row: Gerald Houck, Fred Billmeyer, Bruce Young, Steve Storrs, Dave Zamzow, Andy McLanahan, Leonard Issaak, Capt. Pierce Audobon Forsdyke, Esq., Doug Whitney, Tom Barnes, Charles Thomas. Fourth Row: Keith Jones, Bryan Holley, Dudley Mitchell, Bill Grace, Kevin Shanahan, Jim Merchant, George Pierce, Carl Berclie, Robert Teich, Lance Sterling, Bob Abel, Mike Eatough. Fifth Row: Dave Clanton, Tom Mullaney, Bart Petersen, Bill Marcoe, Jim Page, John Michel. the water in front that turns on so easily 2, ,., ,-,W -,-fr '.-p-s ll 1 B. , . . X K ' V' 1 gl N -Qi, . 1- A 'l . , 4 I 3 ,, f- ' C A Y - ,..:1 A '51 , ...., mr .E fi" H3 1 ,ga N' we. -W A' fi fbi.: , F-3 4 V ,-1. .i"'.". ' fgaghirl- if 1 'Q,:,,.a"fg,. .l1' V-. A -' . . im ' 1-.J 'wi " -' lf' ffl . . .5 5.1-prygiqgn Vi, 1 'if' f'l ,f 4 ' ELTEZT?-if ,i P '7lIRf'ff,l nv ':.,.!9rln l.'f,'b'f'9V"3?r 'Jq ' 'lfgglkiil '. . ' NZ 152' l 1: "i4::'1. gjj ff I :.'1,- -.fr .--11+ .cm wg - ,.4-H,.,.,ff:11 'ul ' QJGZ LYS? ' . ' m',,i'?n' 5 '.:-'iivfz I 7 Y' lflvv s- ' "'1Q'7f257f: ' A f'Q?"Z - . 11 -ali . A , , ,Z .4,. ,., -, -Q. -',.'5',-f. 1 ' "fax,-'-U N , :if 75541 H Az, 'N - in my 'A' 1 Af. fu L. T57-55' - :rl :nga 'f' K 1.1 ,l Ili 5, :N V 4' -'fa -ilu. ' K ' 4... ,, . ......., .....3...,-:na-.4 uh fig be the first one in our class The College Inn is a residence for college women which has The same hours, rulings, and regulaTions as UniversiTy dormifories, buT which is a privafe residence. The difference is noTed in such Things as available parking space, Two Television seTs, a heaTed swimming pool, and a balcony ThaT goes wiTh every room. Locafed one block from campus, The girls noT only have The advanTage of all The campus acTiviTies, buT The College Inn provides iTs own social acTiviTies from pool parTies To This spring's Playboy Parfy, complefe wiTh bunnies. with a balcony E1fV.42" .xvE1f5y,y,Q a I 01.012 1 n21ff f colonial houses men and women with separate buildings but a shared swimming pool 400 Left to Right, Front Row: Robin Stolz, Sally Russell, Cindy Smith, Boyce, Christy Leyman, Wells Downey, Janet Shelton, Judi' Liz Stern, Pam VanDeventer. Second Row: Arleen Bismark, Alling, Chris Goodwin, Susie Creed, Annie Homes, Stephanie Laura Pinkowski, Nancy Detmar, Mrs. Gammel, Margie John- Heist. Fourth Row: Whitney Green, Susie Butterfield, Ellen Starr. son, Jean Demong, Mary Kay Sheridan. Third Row: Ginger New additions and traditionally good food have made the Colonial boarding house a good two semester home for many CU men and women. The Resident Advisor has been given new facilities from which to work her miracles ot wisdom and patience. Also, the grounds have been faced with a bright new fence. The men's annex needs no additions except perhaps a set ot bleachers from which to watch the year round procession of females on the sun roof next door. As the weather improves the men are allowed a closer look on the pretense of swimming in the Colonial's pool. Needless to say the Colonial enjoys a healthy competitive atmosphere. Left to Right, Front Row: Tina Hansen, Myra Rotenberg, Row: Laura Roten, Jo Carol Smith, Sheila Hough, Patty Ann Kresge, Barb Jameson, Marilyn Ross, Barb Renolds. Formichelli, Cary Bahauf, Pat Whitaker, Karen Keeling, Lyn Second Row: Donna Baueke, Betsy Cooper, Judy Wyatt, Hollen, Joan Nelson. Fourth Row: Adelia Kearny, Leslie Mrs. Gammel, Mary Wick, Judy Kott, Starr McLeran. Third Reed, Meredith Newby, Kay Walter. 402 going to school on the side at the Columbine 'Q I ll H1 YJ I' on ii eww, STudenTs living oT The Columbine miss ouT on The common college experience of com- ploining. SiT in on overoge college group ond lisTen To The Tolk of food, The crocks in The plosTer, The lumps in The bed, ond The closefs Thc1T hold five belTs ond o boThrobe. The Columbine is noT o Univer- siTy-owned dormiforyg iT is privo1Tely owned, for oi profir. And you don'T moke o proTiT by hoving your cusTomers comploin. The Columbine is Therefore sTudenT orienToTed. SeT off 28Th STreeT, The new building houses boTh men ond women, ond is o shorT downhill wolk from compus luphill on The woy To compusl. The only drowbock To The Columbine is ThoT once you're There, moybe in The indoor pool, or seTTled in deep lounge choir, who wonTs To leove To go To closs? 403 9, QQ, u L Y fl 4. 'Pak 1 x 4 ,, fa - wt ,r.x 1 .1 - ' 'Q 4 - 1 ,,. - , au - -4 1. .. W I" 4' - '- ,Eff gm Y ,.,, i- ..i -f-.-.....-..,.-V . 'Q-if? ,Su .za-Q M ,I ,V ,,,, 493119- 1' vl' .4 AK 1-,,,:"" JF.- -4:15 --- f 5 Y - -V r ' ' C' I ,v IA. 15, Je- " ' x 1-::'f'f , ' ,P ...P 3... .. , - . 1, ,.. 1,,.,....... A , Y s ,, ,-..- .. A i tp 5, 1 V , - - ,Q l, gr'g 'FJ' 'S E? .wi J ,-fy. , If f -V,.- ' 4 " ' ,,, 'fi' , , 'f 5'-5-. - ,K 1 -L .9 am- , -'N p , ,. 3,-1 4 .A--5 in-P u .J . . W 1 g ' I "' ,T ' ,?f:f-.. . .- . iv, .5 V' Q I 4 I ! --.4-Q TNQ: stray animals, cards and eating rate high at hoff's and hunter's i i HOFF'S BOARDING HOUSE - Left lo Right, Front Row: Estelle Singer, Pamela Pfuetze, Susie Coleman, Donna Mandel. Second Row: Kathy Murowski, Anne Gal- lupe, Susan Colley, Madeline Moore, Joyce Earickson, Marilyn Waski, Virginia D'Orazio, Elaine Jackson. Third Row: Carol Eiser, Jan Grave, Carole Griep, Nancy Michael, Susan Murray, Karen McDonnel, Mari Jane Maris, Vicki Romeo. Part ofthe crowd escaping from the dorms can be found in Hunter's Boarding House clustering around Mrs. Hunter listening to tales of "old" Boulder. Otherufavorite pastimes, besides eating, are playing cards and planning their spring steak trys. Mr. and Mrs. George Hoffs harbor another set of dorm fugitives under their roof. The "Hofts' girls" spend their stud-y breaks adopting animals that pass their doors and having meetings ofthe "after midnight movie ofthe week club." i.. X . D,Qf'f4?' HUNTER'S LODGE - Front Row: Cynthia Palmer, Patrick Kelly, Terry Nolan, Carol MacLennan, Earline Kissinger, Peggy Arndt, Missy Neely, Barbara Sterreft, C9 Marilyn Rodgers, Mrs. Hunter. Second Row: Bob Vineyard, Marty Frye, Carl Eschen, Clifton Whitchurch, John Barber, Alvin Nelson, Grover Wofman, Mickey McNamara, Frank Prescott. 405 406 the plantation opens for one year Left to Right, Front Row: Rosemary Callahan, Helen Howard, Pam Allgire, Ginny Maher, Parry Graham. Third Row: Mary Lee Zappola, Sue Tcigue, Diane Krysrosek Kerr, Nina Harf, Nan Chalmeis. Second Row: Becky Lemoine, Jackie Gibson, Cynrhia Nigro, Kathleen Rafferty, Lorna Bodum, Lissa Pinkston, Linda Houdek Judy Brawner, Kathi Lasco, Gwen Davis, Jean Hcgius, Susie Waymire, Sheila Ann Norlh, Marty Fitzgerald, Kay Bcrksdale. home is what you make it 1122 PLEASANT ST. -- Left to Right: A. Fein, spiritual advisory B. Boofes, keeper of the houseg H. Landis, puncher of The cords, G. Loomis, eater of the ice cream, J. 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WK.,- f I Q: ,Jr L Q ,ib- creating friendship and understanding among nations Left to Right, Front Row: Mr. Lesser, Dianne Cheseldine, Abclulla El-Sebaiye, Gail Wallace, Prof. El Mallakh. Second Row: Also Sofomayor, Nineiie Sword, Susann Wheeler, Dwan Shipley, Hassan Sohbi, John Coller. l I The purpose of Cosmopolifan Club is ideal- isTic. BuT iT is The kind of idealism ThaT if everyone had iT, and worked Toward iT, iT wouldn'T be impracfical idealism, iT would loe realiTy. By Their working To promofe mufual undersfanding and creafe friendship among naTions, They are making iT a realiTy, noT iusf a Topic of lafe nighT discussions. IT is achieved Through Cosmo Coffee Hours which are held every Wednesday afTernoon, aT which Time shorT programs of a serious naTure T are presenTed by various naTionaliTy groups. V Besides These weekly meefings, There are also monThly acTiviTies which are mainly of a social naTure. NoT all communicaTion comes Through lecfures and picTures. Some of iT comes Through laughfer on a hay ride aT Hidden Valley or a Halloween Dance aT Eldorado Springs, or Through plain enioymenT of a Chrisfmas Dance. 414 ... Left to Right, Front Row: Susan Snyder, Charles Schubert, Janet Naylor, Elizabeth Lacey, A. Emeis, Janet Gerandy, Donna Bertholdt, Dianne Cheseldine, Jean-Francois Louis. Second Row: Donna Nelson, Becky Lemoine, Lasse-Nymeen Geir Aarflot, Finn Rustad, Erik Grorud, Ken Sortland, Mary Lindsay, Guy Legat, Nancy Gwynn. Third Row: Dirk Smith, Rick Schnell, Hans Fuglerud, Ninette Sward, Inge Fretheim, Arild Moen, Norvald Foss, Inge Nielsen, Svein Buli, Shiva Patil, Aanonsen Hass, Ola Nordmann, Camilo Antonio. Left to Right, Front Row: Guillermo Macari, Ginny Irving, Wu Tin-Chee, Pat Cronin, Cristina Tidicis, Marika Bensas- son, Marilyn Ritchey, Abdulaziz Sagr, Ahmad Khaiah, Dwan Shipley, Betekadu Mifiku, Remo Gaio, Tom Switzer. Second Row: Rolando Coronel, Olivia Santos, Jodie Rouse, Joseph Brogli, Biorn Tidics, John Coffer, Penny Gossert, Judith Arriza, Hassan Sohbi, Edward Gibbs, Ninette Sward, Harry Pollard. Third Row: Arnoldo Rozenberg, Florence Mills, Jose DeLaTorre, Barb Irving, Jorge Villanueva, Gunnar Svedlund, Guy Latestere, Dave Axtell, Franc Brglez, Vladimir Cadez, Chang Perry Tsou-Ming, Dan Bice, Albetlt Romero. lfbrg' N H. og, 416 so close to know and Latin America is not That far away. IT is situated in The same hemisphere wiTh us, colonized aT approximaTely The same Time, and populated wiTh people who fought for Their independence iust as we did. But what do we know about Latin Ameri- can countries? The cha-cha, The Panama Canal, The embassy-oil Trouble in Venezuala, a surface see- whaT-you-want-To view. This is The aTTiTude and The knowledge ThaT The Latin American Club wishes To change. With The change They hope To encourage friendship and understanding among all people of The Western Hemisphere. The founda- Tion To build on is simple. They sponsor Spanish classes for beginning and advanced sTudenTs, dis- cussions of Latin American culTure and liTeraTure, lectures about The Latin American countries in Their days of independ-ence, and presenTaTions of native dances and folk music. IT is on This elemenTary basis ThaT They envision The hope of a future of united friendship. understand so little Left To Right, Front Row: Melissa West, Ana Cristina De la Torre, Raquel Herrera, Jaime, Rolando Coronel, Olivia Santos, Hector Perez de Teiada, Guillermo Macori, Joan Oechsle, Jose de Latorre-Leano, Renata Meira. Second Row: Jorge Oreo- Luis Meira. Third Row: Tom Dunn, Arnoldo Rozenberg, Jorge Villanueva, Dana Cherry, Adolfo Sotomayor. l Left To Right, Front Row: Colette Sweet, Mary Okada, Ellen Nakatsu, Iris Yasiu, Shiva Patil. Third Row: Dale Miyahira, Bruce NakaTa,- Kurt Krueger, Susann John Umemofo. Second Row: Bob Sueyama, Denise Watts, Tom Haas, Joel Sana, Wheeler, Paul Perez, Mike Baldwin. open your mind and walk out in the world Japanese sTudenTs parfaking of American culTure. People Think abouf Japan. They someTimes call iT "The mysferious orienT," and people puT iT on Their fuTure 'round The world agenda so They can ricle in a rickshaw. BUT The closesT mosT of us geT is To Madame BuTTerfly's. Unless, of course, you happen To wander around anol nofice Things, like The meeTings and programs of Kenkyu Club. Kenkyu Club is designed To infrooluce people, pariicularly sTudenTs, To Japan. They hold a Japanese Fesfival consisTing of a Japanese dinner, enTerTainrnenT, an exhibif of Japanese arTicles, and a sale of Japanese merchandise. IT also sponsors free monThly culfural programs which include movies and slides of Japan. The club combines any maior inTeresT wiTh a counTerparT in Japan - even To giving olemonsTraTions of Japanese musical insfrumenfs. And everyThing is auThenTic. Preparing for The Japanese FesT'ival. ii i '3"g..a J ir'- j Y Lge-.rg -1 T Left lo Right, Front Row: Geir Aarflot, Arild Moen, Oyvind Roth, Lars Hoivok, .Ion Gustuvsen, lnge Fret- heim. Second Row: Rolf Pryde, Gunnar-Erik Eiklid, Finn Left to Right, Front Row: Alernayeho Asres, Fantaye Awash, Prof. R. Elmcillakh, Abainesh Mitiku, Andebr- helping adjust to a new culture The University chapter of the Association of Norwegian Students is a part of the international organization whose purpose is to gather information for Norwegian students coming to America to study. This information in- cludes such things as travel guides to a new country, climate information, and books to brush up on English with. The club also aids the students in keeping in contact with other Norwegian students in America, since the newness of a country can dissipate into homesickness occasionally. They also sponsor parties and several picnics during the year to help the CU Norwegians become acquainted with each other and with American cus- toms, their first initiation being into the world of hot dogs, potato chips, and ants. Rustad, Geido Nicolaysen, Hans Roar Fuglerud, Nor- vald Foss, Inge Nielsen. Third Row: Thorleif Enger, Svein Buli, Ole-Kristian Fadum, Per Terie Andresen, Elling Myklebust. han Weldegiorgis, Mulumebet Mitiku, 'Y-U Obi. Sec- 'ond Row: Tom Uguru, David Axtell, Finaso Bcbili, Edet Essang. The African Students 'Association at CU is founded on a simple motive: to promote unity among the African students attending CU This unity not only draws together individuals who might otherwise have to find their way t prom through a maze of new customs alone, but it among african students 418 gives them the force in a university community. l Working as a unified whole, they are able to propagate information on African Affairs and cooperate with other foreign students to promote mutual understanding M- ' A . , T 4, K. ., ,. -1, Judo Club instruction N H in the gentle way Judo, meaning "gentle way," was developed almost entirely by Dr. Jigoro Kano in the late l800's and is a refinement of earlier Indian- Oriental martial arts. It is a competitive sport and not a self-defense art, and is practiced with a philosophical essence developed by the Indian priest Daruma. The CU Judo Club is affiliated with the Kod-han, the parent organization of all judo. The club works out twice weekly, offering both instruction and practice, holds demonstrations for the general public on such occasions as Activities Day, and enioys periodical social events. the out-of-door life The Hiking Club provides an opportunity to relax and enioy the mountainous areas of Colorado. The club was formed in order to stimulate an interest in the out-of-door life which is so easily attain- able in the mountains around Boulder. The club sponsors weekly activities including hikes, steak frys, rock climbing schools, camping, cross-country ski tours, and snowshoeing. The club even carries their activities as far as the San Juans near Lake City 4 preparations for winter carnival go on all week, and then... Winter Carnival is an annual traditional rite to winter and the Rocky Mountains. The Greeks may have given festivals for wine, CU students honor snow. Winter Carnival is the result of the Campus's proximity to the mountains, the tact that college students are college students, and the work ofthe service fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega. Winter Car- nival actually lasts for one week and one weekend. During the week the selections for the Winter Carnival Royalty are made through money votes of the students. The boy and girl with the most coins, bills, and checks in their iugs reign over the weekend's festivities. Also during the Week are the contests that can be run on flat ground-, such as the ice block races where girls receive cold stomachs. That weekend the Carnival climaxes at Breckenridge with ski races and the crowning ofthe King and Queen. fhe finalasat breckenridge i in he Winter Carnival races. f X Xl xxx X 1 .R 1 -.55 fa. i i' "'-gil x 3, fa Y' x ? , ,v X, NF '- ' '1.Q.- Ji ' . if f fig! N J ' ' su- A . jf A. L 2 maggifafgiqsn Every movement is meaningful in modern chor wr 1 ff? 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The emphasis of The club is on square dancing, buT folk dances, round dances, lsuch as polkas, Tangos, and walTzesl and mosT TradiTional forms of dancing are enjoyed. Classes are given every Tall semesTer and beginner's clinics are held ThroughouT The year. For Those members wiTh showmanship poTenTial, The club sponsors an exhiloiTion Team each year, which one year ended up dancing in Rockefeller CenTer. Experf dancers can form exhibiTion Teams. buff "fly-ins": a combination of social breakfasts, air meets, and technological training : "" '4 Buff Flying Club was formed on campus in T956 as a social organiza- Tion of people inTeresTed in flying and acTiviTies relaTed To aviaTion, as well as obfaining reduced' raTes on Training. Since Then, The club has been incorporaTed by The sTaTe and has aTTended compeTiTion aT various universiTies Th roughouT The wesT and midwesT. This year Their member- ship has increased from 45 To l i5 members and includes sTudenTs, faculiy, sfaff, and members of Their families. Since 9Oo!o of The mem- bership are sTudenT piloTs, The club offers ground school TaughT by a cerTified ground insTrucTor. OTher Technical aspecfs of The club are iTs Tours of The weaTher bureau, The conTroI Tower of STapleTon AirporT, and The UniTed Airlines FlighT Training Cenfer. Besides enTering air meeTs, The club offers movies, guesT speakers, cmd organizaTional assisTance To oTher colleges. Being a member of The InTercolIegiaTe Flying AssociaTion involves airrending The Annual MeeTs vvhich feaTure conTesTs such as power-on spoT landings, The bomb drop, and navigaTional evenTs. The Buff Flying Club also hosTs and afiends regional flying meeTs sponsored by The regional collegiaTe flying clubs which includes The Universify of Wyoming, CSU, and The US Air Force Academy. The organizoTionaI capabiliTies of The club are demonsTraTed by The facT ThaT They helped organize one of Their compeTiTors, CSU, and They have also been asked To help organize a flying club aT RuTgers. .Q S.- T- 4 426 -1 1' ' M10 -mass. T 'L' . F534 . f .2 L Officers of C Bar U Riding Club c bar u for horses and people The C Bar U Riders Club of The Universiiy of Colorado exisTs To promoTe The sTudenTs' inTeresT in and knowledge of horses and horsemanship. This works ouT To be a Two way sTreeT- for The horse. The rider who knows more abouT his horse will be able To TreaT The animal beTTer who will necessar- ily respond be1'Ter. The highlighTs for This yea r's members were The Thanksgiving Pack,Trip which lasTed several days, and The Spring Class ll Horse Show which draws enTries from Th roughouf Colorado and surrounding sTaTes. Left To Right, Front Row: Barbara Efseroff, Noel Kent, Mor- Shelley McDonal. Second Row: Bill Gallegos, Chris Nolan. goref Gobbotf, Jim Kehoe, Debbie Brown, Sally Stebbins, Third Row: June Porter, Kathy Bromcnte, Doug Pracko, Diane Kenney, James Wright. du darlings chosen to add poise to rush and other activities This year the men of Delta Upsilon chose nineteen additional coeds to serve as DU Darlings. These girls represent a cross section of freshmen, sophomore, iunior, and senior girls who are active in various campus organizations. Chosen for their personality, poise, and Congeniality, these girls loin the members of the house in such activities as rush, teas, initiation, parties, volleyball games, and open houses. Each girl adds her individuality to the group which acts as a whole to assist the DU's in their activities. Jennifer Johnson, Cathy Foster, Janice West, Pat Soenksen, Donna Bresee, Diane Drake, Helen Jones, Joan Unger, Fordie McClave, Martha Walton. Left to Right, Front Row: Sandy Giury, Lorrie Phillips, Marilyn Swift, Barbara Miller, Cindy Roofner, Lynn Prangley. Second . Row: Linda Koch, Karleen Ray, Becky Frank, Gloria Olsen, Nancy Kirk, Debbie Frizen, Jan Binney. . , n 1 351, 'I- V-ff I Left To Right, Front Row: Carol Gundlach, Peggy Gribben, Kathy Grib- ben. Second Row: RheTa Flerning, Betsy WenTworTh, Ray Brucker, Connie Aikens, Cindy Thayer, Helen Russell. Third Row: Dave Trapp, Rich Wilclau, Sue Church, Gael Sullivan, Jeff Reynolds. Fourth Row: Mike Ellsbury, John Schroeder, Jerry Fulton, Walt Colligan. WiTh a ToTal membership of over 2,000, The Buff Ski Club re- mains The largesT club on The CU campus. To maTch This large membership, The club offers a confinuously expanding program of V acTiviTies. Every year The club sponsors The usual Trips To STeamboaT, Aspen, Vail, Breckenridge, and Arapahoe. Going along wiTh The Trips, an insTrucTion program aT Lake Eldora offers skiers The chance To look good on The slopes. Socially, The club has weekly funcfions around Boulder and The TradiTional spring picnic aT The reservoir To end The year. The mosf popular privilege The members enioy is The chance To use The GeorgeTown Lodge. The lodge provides a nighT's lodging, a sTeak dinner, and afmosphere for The person who has iusT finished a hard day's skiing. 4 The CU Racing Club serves as The cenTer of racing for all UniversiTy sTudenTs, wheTher novice or advanced, wiTh special emphasis on The beginner and novice racer. This year The club conTinued iTs TradiTional program as well as adding several new acTiviTies, such as films of CURC members racing and a full Time coaching sTaff. The club's program begins in The fall wiTh dry-land work-ouTs To condiTion The novices and experTs who wish To race during The winTer season. When The snow falls, The work-ouTs are moved To Lake Eldora, where The coaches seT slalom courses To help The racer improve his Technique. Along wiTh The Training and pracTice, which never sTops, CURC sponsored The Colorado Cup Race and helped wiTh The Rocky MounTain Division Finals and The Regional Championships. I ii an opportunit for fellowship Tri-C Club was formed several years ago to t provide an opportunity tor all students interested in Christian fellowship and rec- ' reation to get together. Each week, mem- bers hold several devotional periods in which spiritual and current social matters are discussed. Tri-C meets in a relaxed atmosphere where students may enjoy visiting, studying, or planning re- treats, Sunday nightsuppers, and parties. TRI C-Left to Right, Front Row: Eldon Bevill, Sue Russell, Pauline Bradshaw, Linda Blount Second Row: Lois Moore, Donna Thomas, Bob Harris, Van Alessandro. 7 x The Church ot Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is located in the Institute ot Religion immediately oft campus. This close proxi- mity to students enables their members to spend considerable time there both socially and as an untied whole pursuing the goals ot their church. OFFICERS - Left to Right: Bob Winkel, Gary Armstrong, Peggy Spute, Paul Garvin, Karla Kenner, Jim Ficklin. Left to Right, Front Row: Susie M. Smith, Pat Barton, Ken Armstrong, Gloria Armstrong, Patricia Wade, Marie Cox, Peggy Armstrong, Judy Lombard, Joan Spaulding, Bretta Sue Croley, Dianne Winkel, Charla Windley, Jay Windly. Second Row: Annette Eliason, Katie Doyle, Sue Bender, Scott Muhn, Elizabeth Has- kins, Linda Puryear, Marguerite Spute, Karla Kenner, Jan Murphy, Carla Keel, Barbara Blunt, Paul Windley. Third Row: Margie Holmes, Ellen Darvin, Claudia Little, Mike Luzie, Karen Luzier, Derek Shubin, Linda Shubin, Karen Miles, David Michaelson. Fourth Row: Gary Car- vre, Blair Holmes, Paul Sarvin, Alex E. Truiillo, Elder Mathews, Steven Dixon, Jim Ficklin, E. Wayne Whit- marsh, K. J. Anderson, Chris Kermiet, Gary Armstrong. Fifth Row: Mike Holland, R. Joseph Heogany, Wendell H. Melrose, Lynn Eliason, Elder Dorton, Phil C. Aikele, Dave Bedwell, Lynn Perkins, Perry Pierce, Golden Adams, Dennis Ficklin, Bob Winkel. latter-da saints toward meaningful participation 'WP-i. 7ilV'f'!" The Canterbury Club ofthe Canterbury Club University of Colorado offers combine his knowledge and his questions with his parti cipation in the Episcopal Church Canterbury Club by considering the frame of reference ofthe college stu dent allows him to look for and find what he wants at a level within the Church The club also provides The student with opportunities for social izing with both adults and other students in various activities CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CLUB Left to Right, Front Row Sharolee Bowker, Holly Dutton, Betsy Brown, Bob Pratt, Tad Foster Second Row Joan Flinn, Gary Brainclrd, Marty Brainard, Wendy Hall, Jim Hatfield, Rod Nathan Thnrd Row Phyllis Halleman, Sfeve Alwart, Linda Colwell, Buffy Trewitt, Joan Karrer, Gary Svobodo helping to produce stability in academic life The members ofthe Christian Science Or ganization believe that academics are an expression ofthe infinltude of ideas, all having their sources in God The "identity crisis," pressures of time, and cheating are symptomatic of a belief that man in the likeness of God can be limited Honesty, prayer, diligence, and the recognition that Intelligence is equally available to all produces sta bility in academic life 433 . I ,,,, -gf saw c I . . ' , 5 'Q C Q ,, 'A 1 The student the chance To l 3 ' T l - A 3 . , I I l 434 service, fellowship, worship and study Kappa Phi is a club for ChrisTian college women inTeresTed in service, fellowship, worship, and sTudy. Over ThirTy chapTers exisT on campuses across The counTry. Alpha DelTa chapTer aT CU dispersed Their energies over many areas of acTiviTies This year. They again supporfed an orphan Filipino girl by sending money for food, clofhing, and oTher essenTials. The money is obTained by cleaning The Wesley FoundaTion building. Ofher service proiecfs are running a nursery for The Wesley FoundaTion, running The Wesley coffee hour, and collecfing Toys for Ridge Home. A sTudy group on "WhaT Do Women?" and various speakers aT meefings add To The undersTanding of Them- selves. The maior social evenT of The year is The dance given in The spring. Ofher acTiviTies adding To The fellow- ship are Their PhiliTia Dinner wiTh The alumnae and The Chrisfmas meeTing. meeting the religious needs of college students Left to Right, Front Row: Ray Stwalley, Larry Ewing, Nancy Lundberg, Shelley Farson, Deborah Dodd, Myrna Dailey, Emily Miller, .lack Tracy, Babs Gray, Barb Calfee, Marian Spurgeon, Ran Revier, John Haidu. Second Row: Wally Finley, Marilyn Lee, Sylvia Berg, Cheryl Keim, Susan Goolsby, Marilyn Greb, Chuck Keim, Kent Oglesby, William Arndt, Jim Sullivan, David Pucllik, Gary Graf, Neil Williams, Terry Allen, Louise Stwalley. Third Row: Denise Cloninger, Nancy Clair, Marilyn Stryker, Karen Edwards, Kitty Cox, Barbara Oglesby, Jackie Hammelmann, Roberta Allen, Patty Owens, Nancy Cowan, Erma Stephens, Judy Stwalley.Fourth Row: Charles Cowan, Warren Knight, David Binkley, Joel Bradshaw. Fifth Row: Jim Hugins, Charles Revier, Dave Hattan, Don Cadwal- lader, Karl Varian, Charles Austin, Paul Durbin. The phases of a person's life affect his attitudes, his ideals, and goals. His relationship with the world around him undergoes changes as he progresses from youth to college student to adult. As such, the religious needs of the college student must be provided for in a different manner than they were. His religious involve- ment becomes reinterpreted to meet the goals he is seeking. Wesley Foundation is concerned for the college student and what he seeks in the complex world of the university and growth. The Foundation is interested in reaching the student through the intellectual channels that the student moves through. Thus the student is allowed to live his faith through worship, forums, retreats, and participation in service proiects. 4 ' - 3 if-'JE In-' ' in 1, Vw: g.- F "1-i 'Lim , 'wx-.:' 1 .u :-' -Awiiilff Y-1 j . .2 'qui isr' .ff--,4 ,1.k31,4N , 'wi' 31:7 SQ , V, , R 'R"' 'i '--' . departmental a liason for business school students and faculty Consisting ot appointed members from the various Business School organizations, the Business School Student Board is the organized liason between the students andthe faculty. In addition to coordinating Business School activities and planning special events such as the Annual Honors Banquet, the Board this year began to publish a newspaper known as The Entrepreneur, complete with editorials, advertising trom local merchants, and the latest news from the Business School. Left to Right, Front Row: Bill Lurtz, Roland Brumbaugh, Jo Yeargain, Don Toan. Second Row: John Lym- beropoulos, Kon Helgoth, Don Hambrick, Milton Thrasher, Dwight Foy, William McElroy, Tom Batcheller, Lynn Heinze, Charles Streamer. . 438 M4 f the vital link between the classroom's business The core of activity in Alpha Kappa Psi, the first professional fraternity in business, consists ofa professional program of pro- minent speakers from businesses in the Denver-Boulder area. This gives the mem- bers that vital link between the classroom and the business world they will soon enter. Also on the fraternity's program are tours of area ,business enterprises, initiation banquets, and numerous informal social functions. Left to Right, Fron! Row: Royce Carlson, Bill Renner, Roland Brumbaugh, Jerry Hetherington, Jim Hull. Second Row: Dave Kimberly, Gary Maxon, Curr Kopecky, Byron Nicholson. Third Row: Dennis Kruse, Gary Matlock, Bob Steinforth, George Nowell. Fourth Row: Jerry Shinn, Dick, Goodnow, Lee Kennedy, Bill Garman. af' 1 I :il CUAMA Officers - Lefl To Right, Front Row: Marilyn Cohen, Don Toan, Jo Yeargain. Second Row: Don Hambrick, Anne Hexamer, Dave Bowen. Third Row: Bob Jenkins, Tom Barcheler. speakers and tou rs keep tabs on business cuama covers marketing CUAMA, alThough iT looks like The nafional chapTer of rerired commercial aciors anony- mous, is The CU chapTer of The American Markeiing AssociaTion. All of The chapiers are formed under The basic principle of The naTional organizaTion. ThaT is, They are composed of men and women inTeresTed in and carrying oui The diverse markeiing funcfions of American business. CUAMA members expose Themselves To a broad professional program covering such mar- kefing faceis as adveriising, sales manage- menT, reTailing, and markeiing research. In addiTion To The professional program, CUAMA members enioy several social funciions Throughoui The year. The iniernaiional fraTerniTy of Delfa Sigma Pi is an honorary and professional fraTer- niTy for men of business. The Alpha Rho chapTer aT CU prides iTself in providing for iTs members coniinued and varied pro- fessional programs, including noTevvorThy speakers and Tours. Also DelTa Sigma Pi possesses a unique disTincTion for a pro- fessional fraTerniTy in ThaT iTs members mainTain and conTinually express an enfhu siasiic espriT de corps and fraTernal closeness. Left in Right, Front Row: Ben Wolfenberger, Milton Thrasher, Mike Chrisiianson, Bill Sansted, Chuck Ralston, Ned Chapman, Dave Schnel- Jacobson, Bruce Levine, Judy Lake, Don Harnbrick, Chuck Sireamer. ler, Keith Wells. Third Row: Ned Cooper, Harry Pollard, Lance Jacob' Second Row: Tim Dreis, Larry Kelly, Paul Nerone, Larry Roberts, Kent son, Dennis Rupp, Sieve Newell, Les Refroaw, Eric Mueller, Ari Pofash- nick, Mick Foy, Tom Thomson. 1 1 'ff' 'A 1f'iii T beta sigma for business women 440 Left to Right, Front Row: Karen Vaughn, Anne Shepherd, Mrs. Gentry, Christine Plog, Karen Kruer. Second Row: Jennifer Errickson, Ellen Cohen, Maureen Long, Susan Davenport, Miriam Foley, Pat McCosh, Patricia Lawton. Psi Chi is The national honorary in psych- ology and its purpose is to recognize out- standing students in This field. Programs are designed bythe members to augment and enhance The regular curriculum. Mem- bers also gain fellowship and knowledge Through their association with interested professors. This past year, besides having lectures, colloquia and 'panel discussions, members compiled material on graduate schools in psychology throughout the coun- try, held an initiation banquet, and Threw several parties. Along the lines of service to others, Psi Chi demonstrated a psychol- drama for Those who had never seen one, published a list of summer iob opportuni- Ties for psychology students, and sent Text- books to students in Czechoslovakia. A minority group in the School of Business, women are iust as determined To crack The world of business as men - maybe even more so since they are found To be at a disadvantage. The women in the Business School have therefore banded together in various activities to work to overcome this handicap. One of these is Beta Sigma, the business women's honor- ary. Beta Sigma hosts guest speakers, plans programs for the benefit of its members. The speakers come from various segments ofthe business world, and as businessmen they are able to inform Beta Sigma mem- bers ofthe opportunities open to them in The business world. This year saw the initiation of an honorary member into Beta Sigma which Tries to exclude their competitive maiority - Mr. John Griest, Finance professor. Left to Right: Ravel Lutz, Wilmer Wuest, Ron Hilbrard, Patricia Crown, Jack Camenga, Jane Dimit, Mike King, Pete Van Arsclale, Beau Sweney. psi chi, the psych honorary ieee helps students get acquainted Left to Right, Front Row: Lee Erb, Jim Taggart, Fred Carvaial, Ed Lewis, John Umemoto, Choel Biggs, Chuck Armstrong, Tom Haas. Second Row: Terry Allen, Franc Brglez, Vincent Carnagan, Pospahala, Herman Husbands, John Stratfond, Jim Hoerlein, Joe Drotar, Thomas Sakoi. Third Row: L. Eclelmaier, Gilbert Roper, Theodore Roper, J. Mitchell, lan McMeeking, M. Mohammad, lradi Zirakzadeh, John Hawkins, Venkappa Gani. Fourth Row: Bob Larson, George Richmond, Joseph Oliner, Robert Smith, Larry Ault, Richard Zordel, Ken Challocombe, Craig Kinnie, David The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is the largest engineering Society in the world. its purposes are to help the electrical engineering students get ac- quainted with their classmates and instructors and obtain knowledge of the industry through meetings with profession- al people. IEEE also sponsors tours of industrial plants and publishes many tech- nical iournals and reports which are available to the students through subscrip- tions. All of these activities benefit the members by increasing the educational scope through which he receives his electri- cal engineering training. IEEE also plans several proiects for the year which are both helpful to the engineers and enter- taining. This year they completed a work- shop for the IEEE members, established a study room, and sponsored a local tech- nical paper contest. Binkley, Jim Glusick, Don Dudley. Many schools have prompted the forma- tion of special honoraries within that school to reward those students who have shown their dedication to that field of learning which is espoused through that school. This dedication in college shows itself through academic achievement which represents the willingness to learn. Eta Kappa Nu is one of these honoraries in the field of electrical engineering. Once select- ed for the honorary, Eta Kappa Nu en- courages scholarship as well as rewarding past scholarship. ln this way, Eta Kappa Nu assists the Electrical Engineering De- partment by extending the education of the electrical engineer. Eta Kappa Nu also emphasizes to its members the importance of service to the department, which in later years will be generalized to the company and people they serve with their work. eta kappa nu Left to Right, Front Row: Mike Duncan, Arthur Monteville, John Seaman, John Smay, Dick Stout, Lew Frauenfeloler. Second Row: Paul Austgen, R. Cormack, John Hawkins, Oyving Roth, Gilbert Roper, Craig Kinnie, Herman Husbands, John Parker. Third Row: Franc Brglez, David Andrews, Thomas McDonald, Stephen Flax, Lars Hoivik, Don Olson, Lois TePoel, Joseph Oliner. Fourth Row: Alan Inglis, lan McMeeking, Lee Eclelmaier, Bob Larson, John Stratford, Kurt Schenk, Larry Potter, George Richmond. Left to Right, Front Row: Robert Reynolds, Dean Reynolds, Jerry Romans, Harry Cope, Rick Calhoun, Charles Andresen, Don Cald- C. Smith, Robert Oliver, Neil McGuire. Second Row: Jaime well, Glenn Smith, Jim Renfrow. The American Society of Tool Manufacturing Engineers is an engineering . society dedicated to the service ofthe worldwide tool and manufac- turing engineering profession. The Society was founded in T932 "to advance scientific knowledge in The field of tool and manufacturing engineering and to apply its resources to research, writing, publishing, and disseminating information." ASTME serves its more than 40,000 members plus T90 senior and 73 student chapters, through a balanced combination of meetings and publications. The Society publishes the Tool and Manufacturing Engineer, one ofthe world's outstanding monthlies. The purpose of the Associated Engineering Students of the University of Colorado is to aid the associated students of the university in providing good student leadership, guidance, and social activities for the College of Engineering along with all students at the university. Membership consists of all students registered in the College of Engineering and its extensions, and also Those students not in engineering but who express an interest in the organization. The control board is the official legislative branch of A.E.S. The membership of this board consists of the presidents of all engineering societies and scholastic honoraries, the president of A.E.S. and his councilmen, the editor ofthe Colorado Engineer, the editor ofthe Victor, a freshman, sophomore, and iunior class representative, and any other person or persons appointed by the president and approved by the president. Left to Right, Front Row: Ellison Onizuica, Karen Walker, Ron LeMaster, Don Herman Husbands, Allan Thrut, Irving Susel, John Stratford, Inge Fretheim, Gale Caldwell, Holly Tulin, Dick Laingar, Jeff Kohr. Second Row: Prof. Williams, grecgfgeyborliolgalailiarkner. Third Row: Nguyen, Jim Synder, Jih Harris, Gary , . Left to Right, Front Row: Rick Dent, Mike Kupko, Donald Miller, Borgos, Ken Kanemoto, 'Al Thaut, Bela Scheiber, Chris Finnoff. Gary Gaudreau, Erich Draht, Michael Shirkey. Second Row: Pete Third Row: J. Miller, Barrie Riddoch, Creath Fletcher, Randy Mclntire, Pete Runner, John Allen, Elva Williams. l""l? -I I lu-3 left to Right, Front Row: Jan Thompson, Al 'Thaut, John Hawkins, Lyvind Roth, Alan Stage, Wayne I-leukel, Don Miller. Second Row: William Goss, John Stratford, Per -Terie Andresen, Gary Bebee, Lars Hoivik, John Seaman, Andy Fuiaros, Cliff Muller, Mike Franckey. Third Row: Herman Husbands, David Crews, Darryl Pearson, George Richmond, Bill Long, Bob Holland, Inge Fretheim, Barrie Riddoch, Jeff Kohr. Fourth Row: Gerald Browning, E. C. Siu, Shirley Rhudy, Richard Laingor, D. Craig Kinnie, Tom Haines, David Balowin, John W. Telle, Dale Prull. Fifth Row: Dan Singer, Steve Flax, Terry Eck, Arthur Monteville, Garrett Jensen, Rick Culbertson, William Stenzel, Don Dudley. During the year the AIAA provided speak- ers from various parts of the country discussing topics of current interest in the aerospace field. In addition, tours were taken of Beechcraft Corporation and Ball Brothers Research Corporation. During E-Days the AIAA sponsored a paper air- plane contest. The year was highlighted in the spring with the annual picnic and the student-faculty banquet. Sigma Tau, national engineering honor society, was founded at the University of Nebraska in IQO4 for the purpose of rec- ognizing outstanding engineering students on the basis of scholarship, practicality, and sociability. Iota Chapter, established at the University in 1914, each fall and spring selects students from the upper third ofthe iunior and senior class possessing these qualifications. Various activities are held throughout the year to complement members' interests in the realms of social and academic affairs. The Iota Chapter annually presents the Sigma Tau outstanding Freshman Engineer Award to a sophomore who distinguished himself as a freshman. 'ITV T ' . ' 'Q " ' 'I A' 'LL ,s,,'- --f --.-.- -- -.-f --1 444 ASME-Left to Right, Front Row: Bruce Maytum, Wayne Henkel, Donald Herrin, Naidar Mahmood, James Fluken, John Espander, Farouk Shaker, Forkner, Kenneth Petracek, William Hall, David Wesley. Second Row: Ronald Michael Franckey, Charles Bickmore. Third Row: W. Gorrenberg, Gale Cross- involved in engineering Pi Tau Sigma is The naTional honorary socieTy Tor mechanical engineers. IT was established in order To recognize Those men who, by their academic and pracTical achievemenTs, show real inTeresT and abiliTy in Their Tield. Pi Tau Sigma's acTiviTies include sponsoring Tours of The mechanical engineering labs and di- recting Tours of The engineering center, both aTTer TooTball games and for high school seniors. ley, Pete Baird, John Quella, Robert Wills, Ronald Franks, Robert Scott. The STudenT SecTion of The American Society of Mechanical Engineers provides its members an insighT inTo The whole of professional engineering. MonThly meetings are held aT which speakers from indusTry presenT programs concerning Technical subiects. The STudenT SecTion also sponsors Tours To various local indusTries and insTallaTions. Pl TAU SIGMA - Left to Right, Front Row: John Quella, Robert Herrin, Wayne Henkel, Daryl Pearson, David Wesley, James Fluken. Second Row: Ralph Koeller, Robert Wills, Bruce Maytum, Mike Franckey, Farouk Shaker, Robert Scott. HS' LN , ,.4t,L7 , -'. Yu'- 'fe 5 o :"2I. nine. ...ec I ....,...- AICHE - Left to Right, Front Row: Jim Ross, John Carr, Dave Marston, John Olson, Chet Sadler, Bruce Klimoski. Second Row: Jeff Berven, Joel Snider, Robert Brinlcerhoff, Bob Ida, Glenn Michell, Rick Recd. -S ! . expanding chemical engineering The American Institute for Chemical Engineers strives to join together the chemical engineers and attempts to expand their college experiences beyond chemical engineering. A wide range of programs has been offered including speakers on water pollution, satellites, oil and chem- ical research, and lasers. The social aspect of AICHE this year included a Christmas party, skating picnic, and a spring function. In addition, Dean of Engineering, Max Peters, was elected to the presidency of national AICHE. AICHE OFFICERS - Left to Right: Bruce Klimoski, Robert Brinkerhoff, Dave Marston, Chet Sadler. you vf' chi epsilon Chi Epsilon is a naTional honorary fraTer- niiy organized To recognize The characTer- isTics deemed To be fundamenTal To The successful pursuiT of a career in Civil Engi- neering. Once These necessary TraiTs are formalized, Chi Epsilon afrempfs To pro- moTe Them among Engineering sTudenTs. Members of This chapTer are composed of faculfy and sTudenTs in The Civil and ArchiTecTural Engineering DeparTmenTs. In addiTion To regularly scheduled social acTiviTies, The chapTer organizes review sessions for The Annual Engineer-ln- Training ExaminaTion. american society of civil engineering 446 Left to Right, Front Row: Tom Ullmann, Joe PeTfns, Randy Lorance, Joe Stucka, Norvcld Foss, Leo Novak, Per Terie Andresen, Second Row: Lasse Nymoen, lnoe 5-wil -,, . E. , l .T-I . .,.- be-Y -,.." ' T fl' Tafifrk- 5 -Q -'ll ?.51Q'1'?I 41 -sr i 1 F s as-:f:sss'e:':f'-'-.--2-r,- -fi 1 , -- ' . ,x..f:i.. ,.. ll gg. af. . ff. 'QA . 1-:--4 LH .e -ii:-lsssihffiffz 1 uf! 'r-,T ,V E -2- .' ' , 3, X-41 E . ?g.rl:.:!.T2j'84fSf:?5f4-22v5,,,., , gg -593.31--411.6323-., 'xg Left to Right, Front Row: Per Terie Andresen, Gunnar-Erik Eiklid, Norvalcl Foss. Second Row: Tom Ullmann, Leo Novak, James Harris, Hans Roar Fuglerud. The sTudenT chapfer of The American SocieTy of Civil Engineers provides The besT opporTuniTy for sTudenTs on campus To begin professional associa- Tions. The socieTy promoTes ThaT parT of The pro- fession which cannoT be learned in a classroom - a spirif of loyalTy To The profession combined wifh a sense of moral obligafion To apply Technology for The beTTermenT of all mankind. The program consisfs of pracfical field Trips and speakers from The professional world. Frefheim, Bruce Lindell, Mike Murphey, Jim Harris, Hans Fuglerud, Steve Work. Third Row: Gunnar-Erik Eiklid, Charles Keim, Geir Aarflof, Arild Moen, Ray Lies- man, Finn Rustad, AI Jongeneel, Elling Myklebusr. l tau beta pi association MEMBERS Gary Bebee Terry Rowan Samuel Thompson Creata Flatcher Jeffrey David Crews Alemayehu Asres James Fluken Dave Baldwin Dale Prull Kohr Steven Gutsche Wayne Hankel Marty Fegley David Hartan Garret Barrie Riddocx Stephen Flax Robert Holland Timothy Eastman James Harris Jensen John Seaman John Smay Richard Lamgor Ron Miller Allan Thaut Arthur Montaville Oiving Roth William Stenzal Lars Hoivik Thomas Haines The purpose of Tau Beta Pi Association, national engineering honor society, is to mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in engineering The Colorado Beta Chapter is one of 130 chapters at colleges throughout the nation Members of Tau Beta Pi are selected from among the eligible students in the lunior and senior classes an the College of Engineering The students selected are those that manifest therr dedication to the excel lence of engineering through the attainment of high scholarship 447 : , , , , ' , , 1 l I v T I , I I . I . . . I 1 ' . I I I . I I . . I . I , . I . . I . . I . . , . I John Hawkins, Hakaman Husbands. - - .. . . . . . . H ,Tj fi! -:x'T1"-'Vi7"'53'f"l""?q' f?5VflF5'2?E5EF'?i9YF1U7l'?3WF-?1'f!ll!if9FJf73'f3 ,T -, Y f- ' ' I .',:QJ:.,. f,"g5:,:,g .:,:1-w- :ij gfiyg,-,iz ,1, ' ' , '. ,, 1, S-11. Q-1f.'.1-:rife .' , , . ,. 4 , J.. i, ,ii T, 2 f The Men's Marching Band 448 plus. 'gli 1 - 15'-' 1,9 'I I' ' T'S1,'f1"'-T:,'- . S' The Marching Band in the Blue Bonnet Bowl. students with musical talent find creative outlets in bands The University Bands, made up ofthe Marching Band, the Symphonic Band, the Little Concert Band, andthe Jazz Ensemble, provided a creative outlet to anyone with musical talent, not iust members of the School of Music. A football game without the Men's Marching Band to provide the halt-time show and the musical accompaniment to cheers would lack much ofthe college football atmosphere. The concert organizations, which presented programs throughout the year, provided entertainment for audiences and a sense of individual musical achievement for its members. The Jcuzz Ensemble: on expression of feeling is pleasure. Symphonic Band Lnffle Concert Bond Comiert Bond 4 a singing fare of madrigals and modern UniversiTy Singers is an ensemble of i4 singers who specialize in madrigals of The Medieval and Renaissance eras, buT also perform a considerable amount of conTemporary music. Members of The organizaTion, selecTed by audiTion each year, represenT several difTerenT schools of The univer- siTy. Appearances during The year include The Annual FesTival of ChrisTmas, "The Unicorn, The Gorgon, and The lVlanTicore," hosTing The Madrigal FesTival, and singing ThroughouT The Rocky MounTain Region. Left to Right, Front Row: Joan Simeral, Jim Lewien, Emily Miller, Steve Brown, Jo Bachman, Victor Wong, Diane Ledder. Second Row: Larry Hazletf, Sharon Wells, Jack Tracy, Harriet Ausmus, Herb Goodrich, Nancy Appleyarcl. fx, V ,f ' 450 Left to Right, Front Row: Jack Tracy, Harrier Ausmus. Second Row: Larry HazletT Jo Bachman, Emily Miller, Diane Ledder, Herb Goodrich. Third Row: Steve Brown Nancy Appleyard, Vicror Wong, Sharon Wells, James Lewien. Top: Joan Sirneral ii Via lFronT Row, Left To Right: Jim Hunt, Ken Nicholas, John Van Bradt, Doug Downey, Dave Howard, Bob Wilson, Kent Allen, Ken Motzick, Bob BenTson, Dick Burton Charlie Zossoon, Jim PruiTT, Ron Crowell, John Pakls. Second Row: Frank Henry, Gail Cooper, Paul Snell. Men who are judged To be ouTsTanding members of The various Universify Bands, and who have a 2.25 grade average or beTTer are selecTed To ioin Kappa Kappa Psi. Once They are members of The honorary fraTerniTy They ' work To fulfill The previousl seT goals of The band fraTer- kappa kappa ps' niTy. They help To fosTer a clbse relaTionship berween college bands and promoTe a high average of aTTainmenT gpgn SO rs band day by The performance of good music. They aTTernpT To sTim- uIaTe campus leadership and promulgaTe, Through The medium of The college band, respecf for genTlemanly conducT. Concerned for Those who are engaged in band work, They aTTempT To provide Them wiTh a pleasanT and helpful social experience. . Their concern for band members also makes' iTself apparenT in The various acTiviTies They engage in, espe- cially Their sponsorship of Band Day in The fall. AT The end of The year They combine wiTh Their sisTer sororiTy, Tau BeTa Sigma, and give a band banqueT. Left To Right: Charlie Basson, Doug Downey, Kent Allen, Bob Wilson, Paul Snell. , T , 4 l ! T f 3 J i 5 E 4 together in the pursuit of knowledge Phi Delta Chi, the professional pharmacy frater- nity, binds men together in the pursuit of knowl- edge and the art of the apotheca ry. The fraternity .maintains a library-study room and keeps a file of pharmacy laws. This year the men solicited and collected drug samples to be given to needy people in the remote areas of Mexico. To promote professionalism, the chapter publicized Pharmacy Week and National Pharmacy Week, and participated in several Pharmacy School open houses. working toward musical excellence Left to Right, Front Row: Charles Shoemaker, Bryan Goff, John Gibson, .lack Tracy, Harry Clausen. Second Row: Doug Downey, Ron Revier, Albert Bucking- ham, Dan Alfaro, Steve Dyer, Glenn Goss, Steve Ashton, Michael McNelly, Jon , Al - - Left to Right, Front Row: Steve Westley, Dave Salazer, Bill Carney, Rod Clark, Don DiDomenico, Tom Blake, Karl Kuebitz. Second Row: Dave Bettison, Bob Prather, Ron Manuello, Bill Lowes, Sam Ballenger, Rod Palmieri, Fred Ott, Dave Shahan. Third Row: Dennis Allen, Dan Campbell, Ron Kennedy, Jim Orcutt, Glenn Jones, Steve Clzycomb, Dr. Fred Drommond. There are some people who major in fields that they are truly interested in. Interested to the point where many of their extracurricular activities are devoted to that field and to advancing it as much as possible. The men in Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia fraternity show this kind of interest. Phi Mu Alpha is the men's professional music frater- nity composed of men who are interested in perfecting their music which is available to stu- dents on the campus. Sinfonia, often called the "Who's Who of Music," has brought a rebirth of musical activity to campus. By organizing their own talent, they are able to hold workshops and compose original scores for the productions they present. Brdok. Third Row: Tom Barry, Marc Green, Bob Wilson, Hal Lervis, George Kiteley, Jim Hunt, Franklin Henry, Ken Matlick, Jim Weaver, Dave Turner, Tom Virtue, Eric Ronneberg, Ron Wynn. Left to Right, Front Row: Dianne Keller, Christine Drake, Carolyn Elzi, Cathy Stack, Carol Miller. Third Stevens, Nancy Murley, Judy Stwalley. Second Row: Row: Hugh McMillen, .leanene Page, Norma Ball, Bar- Judith Tockrnan, Louise Bancroft, Diane Salmans, Ruth bora Calfee, Adria Easton, Lenore Dolph, Bonnie Gib- dedicated to better bands sigma alpha iota serves music Sigma Alpha lota is a music honorary fraternity for women which has done a lot this year for University singing. Among its annual proiects are ushering for Uni- versity musical events, performing in musi- cols, selling coffee, and using the money for scholarships. Their newest proiect con- cerns furnishing the university with music by publishing the University of Colorado Songbook containing the Alma Mater, Fight Song, and fraternity and sorority songs. son, Becky Reeves. Bands do not happen. They are worked at, and anything that is worked at has someone who is working to make it better. Tau Beta Sigma is a National honorary music sorority dedicated to the promotion of better bands. Gamma chapter is in charge of Band Day, helps with band functions and business, and is instrumental in fall registration of new band members. Other facets of Tau Beta Sigma include a scholarship fund for band mem- bers, a district convention each spring for the trading of helpful information, and an annual chili supperg n Sigma Alpha loto 4 l ll' nurses participate as social unit 454 Left ta Right, Front Row: Barbara Decker, Nita Britton, Elizabeth Thomas, Kathryn Nancy Wills, Linda Lebseck, Phyllis Brighton, Patricia Fitzsimmons, Phyllis Sabec Sween, Carol Hubbell, Kristen Sfeider, Nancy Prior. Second Row: Barbara Poley, Sandra Hall. Third Row: Sharon Pierce, Diane Eason, Susan Earhart. .ri Q V , pi -- ., ? ' ,Q . Left to Right, Front Row: Linda Moen, Darlene Peak, Judy Vandenberg, Nancy Garrison, Janet Walth, Gail Garrison, Diane Dehnert, Cecelia Struck, Barbara Jordan, Sharon Roe, Beth Guth. Second Row: Sue Bohnet, Christine Simonelli, Ann Davis, Mary Steel, Beth Affeldr, Linda Russell, Carol Payne, Gayle Smith, Sue Cutter, Dusty Gellrick, Carol Jordan, Bonnie Beichley. Third Row: Ann Macy, Paula Bogenschutz, Donna Clark, Beth Pickett, Kathleen Peck, Linda Quattlebaum, Glenda Ferguson, Peggy Bordes, Linda Tarr, Darlene Bishop, lim fi ii ' 'Ti F en. 'L '-,-uugzwwi '.u5si.,.,,eag.34, 'own ' S f gf! W 5 '-'veiwef A ' 1 fi WJ -1 Myrna Noffsinger, Tally Thorney, Sharon Ogi. Fourth Row: Margaret Russell, Donna Nearing, Claudine Ellis, Pearl Keener, Judy Lindauer, Janette Wasse- Patricia Bruce, Janet Freitag, Phyllis Poch, Linda Eastwood, Sue Gut- miller, felder, Charlotte Mihalik, Susanne Schaub, Linda Stank, Carol Powe. Fifth Row: Maureen Stefanik, Helen Wells, Sharon Marshall, Patricia Riggle, Cheryl, Steep- leton, Pam Thompson, Jo Ann Trook, Kathleen Young, Nikki Walden, Patricia Cornett, Paula Sartoris, Shirley Axelson, Lynn DcDonald. Besides their. common interest of study and aim, the nurses on the Boulder and Denver campuses partici- pate together on a wide range of activities. To ac- quaint the new nursing students with their older counterparts, a Big-Little Sister Surprise Breakfast is given in the fall. Relaxing from the academic pres- sure, the nurses sponsored an All School Dance, and- entertained at a Christmas Open House and a Valentine Dance. Combining their career interest with socializing, the nurses went Christmas caroling at three hospitals, and gave a banquet honoring iunior and senior nurses. 4 - ,Trl , Q, rv .. . fa- ' V 1, i . fn IEW,-' - , A ., ,,i1g,,W , fl 4 A -ww -.-nh-'4- 4 Preparing for The ice cream social, ROW ONE - Beye, Suezan, Craig, Colo, Nursing, Student Council, Sr. Class Rep., Sigma Theta Tau, CSNA. Cannon, Carol Linette, Fowler, Colo, Nursing, RHA, CSNA, Student Body Sec. Crandall, Gail Ann, Denver, Colo, Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau, Sec, CSNA. Davis, Terry Lee, Englewood, Colo, Nursing, Campus Corps of Caps and Capes. ROW TWO - Drumright, Mary Susan, Riverside, Calif, Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau, Hearing Brd, Chrmn, CSNA, RA, Dubach, Jean Marie, Denver, Colo, Nursing, Zeta Tau Alpha, Sigma Lambda Phi, Ski Club, WIRA, 4 C's, Newman Club. Dunham, Cherry, Englewood, Colo, Nursing, Sr. Rep of Student-Faculty Committee. Dunsdon, Carol Ann, Lakewood, Colo, Nursing, 4 C's, CSNA. ROW THREE -- DuPre, Donna Beth, Grand Junction, Colo, Nursing, CSNA. Engquist, Katherine Lynn, Chicago, lll, Nursing, Big Little Sister Comm, Pres. Farkash, Margaret Rose, Denver, Colo, Nursing, CSNA, Social Comm. Feinsinger, Kathleen A, Pocatello, Ida, Nursing. ROW FOUR - Geiken, Jancie, Littleton, Colo, Nursing. Granger, Shirley, Englewood Colo, Nursing. Gray, Sheila A, Honolulu, Hawaii, Nursing, Sigma Lambda Phi, Campus Corps of Caps and Capes, Chrmn. Hacka- thorn, Carol Sue, Colo Spgs, Colo, Nursing, Chi Omega. a white cap and uniform, culimination of four years stud for senior nurses Relaxing from a last hectic year. ROW ONE - Heard, Susan Jean, Denver, Colo, Nursing, CSNA, NPO, AWS Hearing Board. Heyman, Carole J., Denver, Colo, Nursing. Jamison, Carol, Sequin, Texas, Nursing, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Sigma Theta Tau, Homecoming Comm, Four C's. Karlen, Sandra, Monte Vista, Colo, Nursing, Hearing Board, WRH, CSNA. ROW TWO - Lawrence, Mary Ellen, Julesburg, Colo, Nursing. Logan, Ruth, Boulder, Colo, Nursing. McCabe, Mary Kay, Denver, Colo, Nursing, 4'C's, CSNA, Young Dem's, Hearing Board, WRH, Student Council. Mere- dith, Marilyn McCuIIy, Mullen, Nebraska, Nursing, Student Council, Sigma Theta Tau, Sec, CSNA. ROW THREE - Moody, Shirley, Marie, San Rafael, Calif, Nursing. Myers, Sherry Anne, Lakewood, Cola, Nursing, Student Council, CSNA, Weir, Anita Marie, Akron, Colo, Nursing, 4 C's, Senior Advisor, Petersen, Carolyn, Denver, Colo, Nursing. ROW FOUR - Punnort, Joyce, Van Wert, Ohio, Nursing. Queen, Judith Lee, Denver, Colo, 4'C's, CSNA, Sigma Theta Tau. Richards, Teri Lin, Julesburg, Colo, Nursing, Alpha Phi, Sigma Theta Tau. Romano, Carla, Cheyenne, Wyo, Nursing, CSNA, Nightengale Choir. ROW FIVE - Schubert, Jacquelin, Denver, Colo, Nursing. Sellers, Patricia Beth, Alamosa, Colo, Nursing, 4'C's, Ski Club, CSNA, Sigma Theta Tau. Steele, Sandra, Denver, Colo, Nursing, CSNA, Nightengale Choir, Teter, Ginette Alyce, Thornton, Colo, Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau,'Slgma Lambda Phi, Student Council, NPO, AWS, CSNA, Constitution and By-laws Comm. ROW SIX - Thulemeyer, Mary Gay, La Junta, Colo, Nursing. Tipton, Anne Raleigh, Golden, Colo, Nursing, Hearing Board, Cantebury Club, AWS Songfest, Constitution Comm. Trip, Linda Lucille, Pueblo, Colo, Nurs- ing, Sigma Theta Tau, Ski Club. Van Heuklelum, Judy, Littleton, Colo- Nursing, NCF, Pres, Sigma Theta Tau, CSNA, NPO. t ROW SEVEN - West, Diane Marie, Lakewood, Colo, Nursing, RA, 4 C's, CSNA, Wheeler, Signe Krause, Boulder, Colo, Sigma Theta Tau, Gamma Phi Beta, Tennis Club, CSNA. Wike, Beverly Ann, Englewood, Colo, Nursing, A C's Pres, CSNA, Wolz, Linda Gail, Estes Park, Colo, Nursing, Ski Club, CSNA, AWS Review. 457 458 Left to Right, Front Row: Juliette Bentencourt, Camille Seefam Ann Conw c uerr Third Row Ellen Hesselbach Miriam Low Karen Ritchie Leslie Marion Karen Kennedy, Susan Rigo, Nancy Wilson. Second Row Leslie Thomas Margaret Arlrn Ann Greenlee Fourth Row Sally Sfahlhuth Ann Brown Eliza Johnson, Karen Koehl, Kathleen Koht, Charlotte Moyle Dorothy Knudsen Diane beth Loggy Barbara May Fifth Row Dick Huffman Rick Harp Steve Kush Physical Therapy sTudenTs, aTTer Three years on The Boulder campus, Students Serve as spend Their final year at The CU Medical Center. There, using one another as paTienTs, They prachce patlents for erap Techniques such as waTer massage and therapeuTic exercise To prepare for TreaTing of disabled paTienTs premeds increase knowledge Alpha Epsilon Delra is an inTer- naTional honorary for premedical sTudenTs, The purpose of which is To encourage excellence in pre- medical scholarship, sTimulaTe an appreciaTion of educaTion, and bind Together similarly inTeresTed sTudenTs. AcTiviTies of The organ- izaTion consisf of programs To aid sTudenTs in Their inTeresT and general knowledge of The field of medicine. These programs are conducted by local physicians, medical school for faculTy mem bers, and medical sTudenTs. sigma pi sigma Sigma Pi Sigma, the national physics honorary, recognizes Those who maintain high scholarship and promise of achieve- ment in physics. The society's purpose is to promote interest in research andthe study of advanced physics. The organization holds public lectures by noted physicists to help stimulate interest in physics among the students. Each spring the outstanding senior student is selected, and his name engraved on the honor plaque in the physics building. Left Io Right, Front Row: Dale Prull, Samuel Thompson, James Peter- son, Luu Nguyen, Charles Gabel, Peter Erdrnan, Richard Branan, David Baldwin, Thomas Haines. Second Row: Clifford Mueller, Lavon medical technology Medical technology students study for three years on the Boulder campus, followed- by a year of internship at the CU Medical Center. After their final year of concentrated practical experiences, medical technologists are capable of performing the laboratory pro- cedures used in the diagnosis. Miller, Kenneth Moran, William Guss, John Coffer, David Steere, John Cooper, Troy Artusy. Third Row: James Anderson, John Telle, Clarence Rector, Mark Miller, Barry Levine, Richard Pashley, Lance DeLong, Terry Chapman. 'Wg if f i A ff ' , 5:51, stan f, "' :f,,a19"waz.,' Jr' rl 'tau thi 1',U ... . A 4 Jfflih, 1. . ..,' . . 'QQ ,iugiiklizb A . ,mv L l2.- if G " 11 I '. "1 if ,WE6 ,X f ,.. N in L Q- 'Fw AA- .,-1-Zim, V , X A , 'fa .-. X -3-421 le ' z 7 Y :if 1 1 - uf , ., . .Q V., M - wr , AA , NW ,SY,,1,.,d ,,5 ,f, -' ' :::',if'f F 'M al xl,-. "'V'bfP" ' v 1l .ra-57? BQ Q. W .L 'nf-E mf: -V 54, 1, -, '-PT-EQ ,yi E ,- "-f",,1'ff5,f-1-fybigbhmf' Hifi fv 1 f.f4ff55' sf . Wifi, 'Wil 1' "Q, .K "f'1L.b1'iY-"Q" ' f E fi? .J'1"':' K ' e' 121 ' 1' 1-RT'-Q '- Qi' ,E , ...gf iqgngii 1' -, V-If f" KJ'-i , ' ' ' , ' I' g.",:,'?si'f',.3ef-.'.w-rf? mf .' r ' - 1-que-f': ' up-"P X 'f',:'11D.',1f:L5 3-ug" , '- ' 460 "ig 5, , , 'yr - - 4 -5'?f.W'1Lx, 'W X , 1-QS? -nh ji Left to Right, Front Row: Charles Andresen. Second Arbenz, Tom Chambers. Third Row: Larry Fischer, Steve Row: John Francis, Will Miller, Mike Ballard, Bill Haney, Jim Harmon, Mike Holland, Chuck Ralston. defending the socially unaccepted to promote future community leaders The newest unrecognized social honorary, Gamma Iota Pi, tapped a select group of senior men distinguished for Their social backwardness. This group is assigned the un- real obiective of defending the ideals and rights ofthe social- ly unacceptable. This year's calendar included many Fri- day and Saturday afternoon outings. A retreat, heldlin Tiiuana over Spring Vacation for orientation in international relations, provided many ebullience forthe new pledges. The other capers and sporting events went un- noticed bythe general public. Leadership was provided by all lexcept the president, who went skiingl, and nothing constructive was accom- plished. Left to Right, Front Row: Jim Cathcart, Horry Polland, Gregg Kompf, Bob Williams. Second Row: Brad Winsted, Jim Bruce, Jim King, T. Thompson. The International Kiwanis are these men who are con- cerned with the development of a community, and as business leaders, assume leadership of community pro- iects. Planning for the future, the Boulder Kiwanis spon- sor an organization at CU known as the Circle K Club. The obiectives ofthe club are to provide opportunity for leadership and service through service to the campus and community. ln this manner, the leaders ofthe future obtain practical experience today. Their projects for the year include sponsoring the ASUC presidential debates, and publishing a booklet of Winter Carnival. 461 46 extending responsibility beyond your own world of self thaw A J V V' f'.", X11 541 'H' i i K 1' l I ' 4 l a 7 l ,r l i,f' l Today's college student is just beginning to realize that his responsibili- ties as a citizen are not limited solely to the confines of the campus community, or to himself. ln the past few years, the student population across the nation hasbegun to assume a much more positive role in politics, government, and civic affairs. It was with this in mind that the Clearing House was founded two years ago by students at the Univer- sity of Colorado. The Clearing House is a secular, apolitical organiza- tion designed to supply social agencies in Boulder with part-time student volunteers. These students work with the Juvenile Court, the Boulder Welfare Department, with boys who have no fathers, with physical education classes for the retarded, with girls on probation, and tutoring drop-out students. The only criterion for ci volunteer is that he or she demonstrate enthusiasm and sincere interest. ----f-5-. - ..., , ft K 1 'su ,.1 we ' if .f q., I' ., . L H' gy, , fy. 'Q kg X ,,,4, .p- 'f , .mar -'x emma x -N -- 1 1 , ' , - I 4' 1 A-' 1 1 rl C 'it sl S x 4 f. 0 4 1 jfs' , I I Q :- KM J 1. f lfmww f 1' , 4 A I if 4 5. 1' 2 'fiM ' -M . ,gifn ..l , Qtgw - - fidi r f .'g,L!"T MQ 1 r v . . ,f ,, . J- ' qu .Y',U" - x 1 nf ?iA,,',!f-J Q . WX X I l h VL: . I' l ' if , A Q V i 1? . 1 on ,iq X , ' v 1'--i..., QQ l Fw L 1:15 J 834. -5, ,..q:-sr '- in avr ju 'LQQF2-..,...- .-rp A, X wf1f A AmfQwh,'H M M ' N ,a 1 4 k qi Q -' 3 ,W Qagggv' - MZ, l : .'. f N , "LQ, --.- ...X A-,-A S, X ' if Q 1 'A RK - - M... W, 4 'wmv r, 4 . - X if N I broadening life's focus: involved in the university and community The YWCA, being acTively involved in boTh The universiTy and The Boulder communiTy, has expanded many of iTs programs. The new proiecTs include educaTion TuTorials, DirecTion '68, and more communiTy service. The TuTorials involve sTudenTs of The UniversiTy inTeresTed in Teaching who become Teachers' aides and TuTors in The Boulder school sysTem. DirecTion '68 was an upper classmen's spring reTreaT held aT Peaceful Valley Lodge. The Theme was The Tragic hero and his role and place in socieTy. The YWCA has also exTended iTselT inTo day nurseries, children's homes, and The Boulder Y-Teens Program. However, The YWCA has refained iTs TradiTional programs such as Fresh man Camp, InTernaTional Fair, and The Y-Council. 466 Left io Right, From Row: Robert Trafz, Bill Long, Les Allen, Jeff Kohr, Michael Finnegan. Second Row: John Barney, Eric Sapir, Warren Marshall, Mark Keefer, Victor Willson, Sherwood Shanklancl, James Fluken, William Walker. the emphasis is on action for others The emphasis in Alpha Phi Omega, The naTional service TraTerniTy, is on acTion, acTion in The communiTy and on The campus. The Three principles of leadership, friendship, and service allow members To gain valuable Training in organizaTion and conducT of pracTical proiecTs, while loeneTiTing The campus and communiTy as well. On campus, Alpha Phi Omega is involved wiTh almosT every aspecT of universiTy life. lT sponsors Two of The Three all-school annual evenTs: Club FirsT Nighfer and WinTer Carnival. ln addiTion iT produces The yearly Ugly Man on Campus. They also do such proiecTs as fooTball game ushering, special evenTs ushering, campus Tours, losT and Tound Tor The whole campus, and help wiTh ASUC elec Tions. ln The communiTy, They give swimming insTrucTion, childrens parTies aT The orphanage, and provide man power Tor local Tund drives. : 'W 467 u.4v-.a..,, . , u4nvaQ,-q.a-f..a...m.,f. -.,,,,,.,,, -V' I -,vm Y., -- " . aff an i..g.,..-, .-N- rv, honorarie Sabres: outstanding senior men Left to Right, Front Row: Doug Guertner, Don Obern- Shwayder, Bill Hines, Jerry Kelley, Steve Ehrlich. Third dorf, lan Yourtz. Second Row: Gary Bebee, Bob Row: Wilmer Cooks, Joel Bradshaw, Ron Smith, Bruce Robertson. Sabres, CU's National Blue Key Honorary, con- sists of senior men who display outstanding academic and campus leadership qualities. Their yearly activities include escorting the homecom- ing queens, faculty cocktail parties, and the tradi- tional exchange ofthe buffalo head at the Nebraska game. h UC IS VOICE The Honors Union Council is a representative body ot students enrolled in the Honors Program. HUC serves as the voice th rough which ideas on Uni- versity policy may be expressed. Among the concrete functions of HUC are the evaluation of classes and publication of a literary magazine. of the honor student Left to Right, Front Row: Sue Spanish, Elizabeth Brainerd, Fred Seydel, Kathy Richardson. Third Row: Norm Peterson Edie Keiry, Sarah Hoagland. Second Row: Sally Walker, Jerry Howard, Tom Riegel, Dean Beuder. 4 ,her QV.: i ' ' - 470 omicron delta kappa recognizes outstanding junior, senior men gg OMICRON DELTA KAPPA - Left lo Right, Front Row: Joe Finizio, Dan Hayward, Greg Bullen, Herb Good- rich, Steve Berger, John Griest. Second Row: Don Marturano, Kent Christensen, Jerry Zimmerman, Pete VanArsdale, A new honorary emerged on campus this year. Omicron Delta Kappa was formed to honor outstanding iunior and senior men who were chosen on the basis ot scholar- ship, activities and leadership. ODK, a national honorary, started at CU under the sponsorship ot the iunior and senior class councils. Although primarily concerned with obtaining a charter from the national organization this year, the I8 charter members still found time to workin cooperation with class councils and other honoraries to bring interesting guest speakers to the Boulder campus. li jf i f l ra i. ,, Y: , - .i,.. , spurs add smiles and pep to campus events WhiTe uniforms, peppy spiriTs, and service wiTh a smile characTerized This year's Spurs, - The sophomore women's honorary. Girls are chosen in The spring on The basis of grades, a 2.75 average, and Three maior aCTiviTies. This year The Spur calendar was filled wiTh ushering aT convocaTions, selling freshmen beanies ioinTly wiTh Phi Ep Phi, forming The funnel aT all fooTball games, decorafing The locker rooms for The Team, selling TickeTs for The Boenzee Cryque aT homecoming, numerous money-making proiecTs, and working aT Wardenburg. HighlighTing The year was The Two-day annual regional convenTion. DelegaTes from all pa rTs of Colorado and Wyoming aTTend- ed. ln The spring The Spurs gave a Tea for MorTar Board, The original founders of The organizafion. 4 chapter house living, a new concept in scholarship For The firsT Time This yea r, a Colorado ChapTer of Evans Scholars was organized on The Colorado campus. For The 28 members, Their firsT proiecT is purchasing a house, since They have been living in renTed quarTers for The year. The Evans Scholars have chapTers from Colorado To Ohio and-are organizing more each year on college campuses. The Evans scholarship program awards four-year scholar- ships each year on a compeTiTive basis To Those men who show ouTsTanding academic poTenTial and financial need. In order To be nominaTed for consideraTion, each candi- daTe musT rank in The upper 25 per cenT of his high school graduaTing class, be recommended by a wesTern Golf AssociaTion member, and require financial assisTance. The unique feaTure of The Evans Scholarship program is iTs ChapTer House ConcepT. ChapTer House living noT only provides economic advanTages for The FoundaTion, buT also offers The Scholars many benefifs from college beyond The classroom. Each spring, certain junior Women are awakened by a tapping cere- mony conducted by candlelight and accompanied by singing. These are the women who have been selected on the basis of outstanding scholar- ship, service to the University, and lead-ership ability, to be members of Mortar Board, the senior women's honorary. The main project ofthe organization is selling mums at Homecoming which enables them to sponsor a Greek student from Pierce College in Greece. mortar board sponsors student Left to Right, Front Row: Margaret Marshall, Beau Sweeney, Martha James, Cindy Gellrick, Carol Craigle, Barb Hoopes, Cathe Donhom, Marika Bensasson lex- Schnerder. Second Row: Narian McCaffree, Nancy Fennell, Sherry Dorward, Dusty change studentl, Nancy Fitzpatrick, Cindy Van Druff, Sue Givens. silver and gold works from ralphie to roadsigns to build frosh unity Each year Silver and Gold, The freshman honorary, Takes upon iTselT The iob of Trying To organize over Three Thousand fresh- men inTo an acTive funcTioning body ThaT can conTribuTe To CU socially, spirifually lof The Rah! Rah! varieTyl and civically. Members are chosen each fall according To Their high school leadership experience and genuine inTeresT as expressed in an inTerview wiTh former Silver and Gold members and advisors. This year Silver and Gold pursued iTs goals by sponsoring several funcTions, working on "Ralphie Enterprises" and wran- gling wiTh The STaTe Highway Commission for permission To posT larger signs leading To The Colorado campus. 1? yi xv' 1.:,,' ' 1,5 cj, F ,. 15 If 5' Q31 an lr .3 fa if 'N , af-X? 0 Q -f' -'--3514, ., ., 75' , 5' ' :L . Ji . ': .v:N,L1.' E i , 4, -'G' lf ' ..,v-. .i Ai' 'QPU viva' V 9315 'Q - V " " A' ' xii fi , u . ,f .. , up :ffl 1' D mx ' 'N .aw ' 1 ' W4 5 V , . ' 'A ' 'fx M" , w 4of?fQ . ' X -:G+ ' L A , ' T, fix' , Av Vx "9 "" ' - ' -' - r5i.L , fa. if ' '. Y it fm Q 'Wg x Mala- 'iii ' 551 '37 wi Y' 3 W q ' . : . 'D .VQ5 mf! mi ,jjiw . ,v Q. i -Q 5 Q " . 3 'si ' ' f X, , : ,.,f N. Jr? . ' ? 1" 5' 'pw .F --ii. " 32- . -, , 1 ax' nf" - ij 1 1 53 v Ax X, , 3,4 N '1 ', 'Q :fu I 1' , X! A on ' .Q E rf 21 1-, ' - "' gr. if f + TI A-.V ' - l ,jd -HWS. ,.,...g1. gf:-M X ,l ,i.,1-3242 wig -f.. X , A , ' fa.. Q5 Q:iz1ei'i'5fe52f if -Lwf Q 'agua ,gg If ,Q f thaw- vig sw Y 'Q . . , ww ,ww as P 12... . 1, . ' Mi U" 0' .4 S , .., ,gg ff! ' : 1 f- Z-15 1-ag, 'i,'?s:LQ'XQg2' l 1-' SD- -' :' ff:-k'lA:1 :bu M30 1 ' V V :ill . B Q ' 1 5 ' J:-.., L .fix 1 -. L -g 4 nga- rv 2 ---- A A sophomore honorary promotes scholarship and frosh beanies Phi Epsilon Phi, The sophomore men's honorary, sTarTed The year off by selling more freshmen beanies Than ever before. The big proiecT of The year, however, was providing TransporTaTion for The delegaTes To The world affairs conference. The promoTion of scholarship and leadership is The purpgge Qf Epsilon hgngrg ry. mem- Mrs. Jimmie Queen, sponsor, Lindo Gustin, Rita Yoroush. bers of The organizaTion have mainTained a grade poinT average of aT leasT 2.75 and all of Them are involved in exTra-curricular acTiviTies. Three com- miTTees were esTablished This year: finance, proiecf and public relaTions. Through These cornminees, The bulk of The work was handled. AlThough The organizaTion has been in exisTence for many years, T967 saw The raTificaTion of Phi Epsilon Phi's firsT consTiTuTion. Left to Right: Judy Miller, Maureen Long, Ellen Cohn, Bev Wolfe, PHI EPSILON PHI - Left to Right, Front Row: Don Kinkade, Torn Hausman, Rashbaclm, Barry Mnookin, Frank Young, Tom Reavis, Bill Opdyke, Larry Berko- Dave Stix, Dave Smith. Second Row: Michael Huffaker, Gary Pomeranz, Steve wirz, Richard Aedell, Gary Kloberdanz, Charles Curlee, Bill Wayne. Third Row: Sandy Lawson, Dick Linville. 476 valkyrie women help community and campus Providing recognition for leadership of women students and stimulating social activity, Valkyrie, a women's service organization, strives for fun, work and service to the Uni- versity and community. The members help at the Pioneer Museum and usher for the Festival Chorus Christmas program. Their group activi- ties include a Halloween party given for the children at the Mesa Vista home, an annual Christmas party and sending Christmas cards to servicemen overseas from the Boulder area. To terminate the yea r, the twelve women ot Val- kyrie have their annual installation banquet. hesperians formed for fun and profit Hesperia and Hesperians are unique tor the University of Colorado campus. The group is organized purely to recognize outstanding junior women ancl to let the Hes- perians have fun together. Throughout the year, the members could be seen chalking apples on sidewalks, singing songs at the Sink, feasting themselves on ice cream and goodies, and selling donuts to get themselves out ot debt. In addition, the group does raise money for the Bigelow Scholarship fund. HESPERIA - Left to Right, Front Row: Ann Fuiimoto, Dodie Wallace, Lynne Abdnor, Gails Schields, Cathy Valenta, Lingle, Debby Kerner, Kitty Shaw, Sue Ann Miller. Second Kathi Waldron. Third Row: Liz Crosby, Suzanne Shaw, Row: Susan Parsons, sponsor, Cheryl Bonestell, Jackie Kathy O'Neal, Anne Sancloe. l -aqglifff Qillc' I QA 7 4 chessmen-men's dorm honorary works to provide dormitories with better facilities th rough surveys on resident needs 478 Left to Right: Barry McCormick, Mike Piccone, Gene Stcirbuck, R. Theodore Hunt, Barry Schermer, Milton McBride, Joseph Mitchner. military 1 air force rotc cadets train in different areas to acquire skills is-ie 480 On the drill field as well as in the classroom the cadets learn military skills. The Air Force ROTC cadet receives exten- sive training which enables him to assume a responsible position as a iunior officer inthe U.S. Air Force. During his four years on campus, he studies world mili- tary forces and their role in pursuing national obiectives. He is given constant exposure to the meaning and application of leadership and human relations. Air Force ROTC provides several extra- curricular activities which enables a cad- et to display his initiative and creativity. The Arnold Air Society, a national men's honorary, and the AFROTC drill team teaches the cadet the value of teamwork in achiev- ing a common goal while simultaneously im- proving his performance and character. Social events include the annual Military Ball and the Dining-in and informal func- tions which affords each cadet the knowl- edge and experience necessary to fulfill his social obligations as a career officer. 48 Angel FlighT is The hostess auxiliary for The Air Force RCTC honorary, Arnold Air SocieTy. Chosen for Their grades, desire To serve and desirabiliTy, The fourTeen girls of The Angel FlighT form a service organizarion supporTed by The AFROTC funds. Besides meeTing wiTh The men once a Week, angel flight women Su They sponsor a ChrisTmas ParTy for under- priviledged children and a spring picnic and m u for The corps. This year The Tlighr also aTTended The regional Angels Conclave in Denver. Left lo Right, Front Row: Chris Kneis, Jo Morrison, Mary Welles. Sue Watson, Kay Bowman, Kathy Bowden, Diane Barnicle, Judy Nelson, Diana Kifer. Second Row: Penny Engelbert, Jane Dimit, Karel Goddard, Paula Garvey, Suzanne Richmond. ,M ig l '-cv-9. , Left to Right, Front Row: Robert Suyama, Steve Johnson. Second Row: Nelson Parrish, James Rosenbloom, Steve Leatherman, Dexter Lowry. Third Row: Larry Deffke, Fred Kerstiend, Robert McNay, Raoul A. Yriberri. Fourth Row: Nick Herman, Robert Emery Bator. Color Guard: Allen R. Hall, Samuel C. Osborne, Robert L. Harder, Kirk D. Reltord. Left to Right, Front Row: Robert Harder, Robert Suyama, Samuel Osborne. Second Row: Jim Hughes, William Wilson, Matthew Reynolds, Bruce Von Ahlefelot, Richard Sayre, Mark Lee, Angelo Hodges, Jim Thompson, Mike Malet. arm FOTC The Reserve Officers' Training Corps allows those men who enroll to earn an afficer's commission and become a part of the grand old military tradition - that of train- ing for leadership and bearing arms. The program enables young men to develop leadership through experience which is gained through a rigorous training program, both on the drill field and in the classroom. The college man can enter the four year program and attend one summer camp before his senior year, or can enter the two year program and attend two summer camps. The summer camp provides an excellent opportunity for the cadet to dem- onstrate and further develop the training he has received in the college classroom. In the Spring, the AROTC sponsors a Military Ball which highlights each academic year. The unit also sponsors the women's honorary, Castle Belles, the advance corps cadets' honorary, Scabbard and Blade, Student Post of American Military Engineers, and Pershing Rifles. Left to Right, Front Row: Richard Thompson, Marc Hasfiord, Ken Shewitz, Scott Diez, Jim Morehart, George Darr. Second Row: Steven Otsuki, Lewis Jacobs, Barry Cardwell, Kerry-Steven Hada. Third Row: John Wallace, Don Black, Leyton C. Ford, Bill Mcllroy, Jim Wible, Dale Anderson, Calvin Boden. Fourth Row: David A. Pekar, Dwight W. McDivitt, Patrick Batchelder, Ronald Lebsack, Jack Bindley, Walter Colli- gan, John Campbell. Fifth Row: Lee Scott, Jim Hughes, Michael J. Luck, Larry R. Devore, Steve Moore, Robert Landis. Sixth Row: Layne Van Arsdale, William Bohlke, John Fowlkes, Robert White. 484 Left to Right, First Row: Earl Winters, Leonard W. Nuttall, Jr., Hudson Brett, Gerald Granberg, Edwin Conatser, Doug Gile. Second Row: Robert Toll, Terry Ardourel, Jon Vann, George Johnson, Bud Gittner, Paul Yukern, Frank G. DeGacomo, Karl R. Soppeland. Third Row: E. C. Heuback ll, Jim Thompson, Bill Opdyke, Kerry Middlemiss, Del Davis, Don Wooland. Fourth Row: Roger Parmentier, Bob Bell, Robert Casaceli, Robert Murphy, Mark Lee. Fifth Row: Eugene Brown, Roger Pryor, Ray Mudge, Ward Walsh, Robert Ross, Pete Boyd. . . ey' ff' -.--.--n Left to Right, First Robert Pennington, Pruitt, Paul Carter, Row: Dan Grissup, Row: Victor Wilson, Steve Haney. Second Row: George Wiklund, Richard Sayre, Bruce Von Ahlefelot. Third Row: Joel Hopko, Joe Michell, William Schlutter, James Mike A. Malet, Stephen W. Berger, William C. Wilson, Kenneth C. Hanzon. Fourth James Orr, Ronnie Omoto, David Axelrod, Ferdinand Mayerhofer, Robert Stone, Jim Watson, Gregory Estes, Jeff Dorsey. Fifth Row: James Bullecks, Doug Hockinson, Karl Kelloff, John Myers, James Leonard, M. J. Waldbaum, Harley Rowe, Richard l. Taylor, Larry Gloss. Left to Right, Front Row: Dick L. Haney, Paul C. Anderson, Donald Stepanovich, Carl W. Dalrymple. Second Row: Charles M. McJee, Thomas A. Barnes Jr., Joel M. Korman, Anthony P. Wayne, Robert E. Gray, Marcel Hull, Richard L. Nedell. Third Row: Ronald D. Louise, Rodney B. Mitchell, Michael J. Eubanks, Ivan R. Middlemiss, Frank J. Malouff, Anthony l. Bronich, Angelo E. Hodges, Gregory R. Heline. Fourth Row: Mark G. Butler, Michael S. Milot, Warren C. Maurer, William D. Cusic, Charles J. Zoril, Steve C. Parker, Larry L. Plagman, Henry M. Reynolds. Fifth Row: Robert L. Watson, Steven J. Overlee, Kenneth W. Lloyd, John F. Seydel, Wayne A. Schnick, Robert J. Schmitt, James M. Wyme, Edward Little. A. honor and service in uniform Left Io Right, Fran! Row: Jean Hagius, Linda BiTTer, Susie Barkalow, Debbie Kerner, Louise Gilliland, Dee Ann Copsey, Nancy Barr, Claudia Diessner. Second Row: Cathy Foster, Lucy Rusnock, Barb Ruisch, Pris Griffin, Kathi Waldron, Pris Bickel, Gigi Mohlman, Cindy Scheider. In addiTion To The AROTC Training program, There exisT several special uniTs which enlarge upon The Training one may receive aT The Universify, and also en- ables one To serve AROTC To a greaTer exTenT. One of These, Scabbard- and Blade is a naTional, Tri-service honorary whose primary purpose is To raise The sTand- ard of miliTary educaTion in American colleges, and To promoTe friendship and good fellowship among cadeT offi- cers. The cadeT in Scabbard and Blade is an officer and a genfleman. Pershing Rifles, a naTional miliTary fra- TerniTy, sTrives To Teach leadership Through The use of Tacfics. Company B9 aT CU accomplishes iTs TacTicaI Training Through classroom insTrucTion and pracfical applicafion on weekend maneuvers in The mounTains. From These maneuvers The cadeTs and midshipmen gain pracfi- cal Training in plannning and organizafion. The womens honorary auxiliary To AROTC is Casfle Belles. The girls in CasTle Belles offer a noon hour sandwich service for 'The cadefs, correspond wiTh a uniT in VieTnam, usher aT baskefball games, and parTicipaTe in various drill meeTs. Left to Right, Front Row: S. l. Diez, T. H. Scoff, Paul Anderson, James Rosebloom. Second Row: Pat Lowry, Ed Concnser, Larry Deffle, Leonard Nuttall, Gerald Bran- berg, Ivan Middlemiss, Walter Colligun, Doug Gile. Third Row: V. L. Willson, J. F. Hughes, R. D. Parmenrier, Carl Dalrymple, Robert Emery Bator. 486 v-. ' ' ' -' ' ' , L-4 I , ,. - . beth 3-.',. . 1 .Krug ,515 --,R v 5'-Jzv . - . N . . ,:, - -. , ". A .. ' -54. Ate- NN, .,, if ' ' - 5 1 . 9:-. ,Av ss .ti r vs ix it il l 'P 7 , l Q l 1 l 3 .l J a l ffl V l ..l.' . fin Left to Right, Front Row: Richard Sayre, Irwin J. Abramovitz, C. Stephen John- Ferdinand Muyerhofer. Third Row: Larry Plagman, John Olson, Allen Hall, E. C son, Barry Cardwell. Second Row: Lewis Jacobs, Ivan R. Middlemiss, Joe Heuback, Earl Winters, William Wilson. Fourth Row: David Pekar, Robert Ross, cleGanahl, Robert Gilbert, George R, Johnson, Robert M. Pennington, Jim Hughes, Bruce Baker, Samuel Osborne. , h. - ' ' 'Si " . - . A." Nu ' -.Q -4 lr.. -L .-: . -.' o ,' , '11 b , - ,. Part of B9 Company surrounds a patrol in the mountains. pershing rifles: leadership th ru tactics Planning over the wolkie-talkie an afternoon a week to march, to prepare fi.,- ,V H - W, A. if 4 : 4 . .. ,V. .- 'gfm -.fn 1.1, 1.g,3,..'?,'..,- , ,,,. -f- . , ' V. - ,nerffffr-f 1 ,. 77' JF- -113' ','-Pg ' 1 'nf 'v- ...Y J.. . ,n fra, if an E. 'w 'J""j:i".- HL' . f 'irfeff'-1-"-v1"7 f, -. M '. :-4.111-:A-Y--1 ' 115'-9-j 132'-'g..'fQu-3-3 I :-.-"V K -- ' Y -, nf, 71,17 ,, 4' .rf ye Yr-,-f '. '-'fx-.' at . 3 ,f-5-c. J- rf -'-"fu, z..-2 -. -f.3-',4,Q:6 -.Ty , f ., ,y . 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The NROTC cadet is called a Midshipman which loosely defined means that he is an officer without a commission and that he is in training to receive that commission. The 232 CU mid- shipmen are subdivided into two categories. Approximately 6OO!o of them are designated "Regulars" and receive tuition, fees, books and a S50 per month subsistence allowance. Most of the remaining cadets are on the Contract program which entitles him to a S50 per month subsistance allowance during his iunior and senior years of training. Both receive the same training while at college but the Regular Midshipmen go on two summer training cruises to the Contract students' one. The Regular Midshipmen also receive Regular Officer's Commission in the Navy whereas the Contract men receive a Reserve commission. 490 -' ' I 5 The Midshipmen are instructed by four regular Navy Officers and one Marine Officer who are aided by a number of non-commissioned officers and enlisted men. They are instructed first in Na- val organization, operations and tradi- tions. Then they move on to basic sea skills such as navigation and then into the Anti Submarine Warfare Trainer. This trainer can duplicate virtually any circumstance one might find while hunting submarines. Built identical to the Combat Information Center, the Sonar Area and the Bridge of a Destroyer, this unit is programmed by computers to fur- nish the best possible anti-submarine training. This accent on anti-submarine warfareiis a result ofthe passing of the battleship. Economy and technology have given control of the seas to submarines and the de- stroyers that defend against them. In spite of this, however, over half of CU's Mid4 shipmen apply for Naval Air training and others of them are granted commissions in the Marine Corps. The NROTC also sponsors a Drill Team that has traveled from the Mardi Gras to Reno collecting trophies. There is also an annual Cage Ball game vs. the Army Air Force ROTC units. ,ilil , 'Cl", 49 MiliTary and Technical skills are noT all The Navy feels are imporTanT for a young man's career. Therefore, The NRCDTC sponsors Two Mess NighTs, The Navy Ball, some Tuncfions and an occasional sTag beer busT. While This may seem like Train- ing for shore leaves The Tormals serve as im- porTanT pracTice in miliTary proTocol for men who may find Themselves in diplomaTic posiTions. Also socially inclined are The women's NROTC auxiliary, The Caravelles. This newly founded service organizaTion presenTly conTains 15 girls who worked on The memorial blood drive wiTh The cadeTs and Threw a champagne parTy. seniors 5- .7..gy..'-1 -'L :. 2- . :at'iiff'1fu1 ' yi, - ' 5. P 4 iff r, K . 4 . R! , V E NW . ,. , Y 1.9 ' 1 -- , , - A vm: ' , ' x f A 1 I 1. 74.5.2 j rf xx: w W . Q ' ' 'bmi fp . .4 V' f ' K V , if ' -'VI A , .1-5. , 3 :H f , X. , . , ' , x N' 'xg' If . 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'N ' 4 -, .- ,-7 u.f, , 1 f - v ' ' ' 'M 'F' City X Rx. ,, ,If my W I.. 1- 4,.40' . K x' 1 1 . A w 6' 'HH V. -nr p--fur .ax R V W w W N W W " " ' MJ ww 4 , J? 1 ' Q . .. .A-sm . .Q W1 wh!-11 't x WH Y M - A ir 0' WM 2196 ROW ONE 1 Aaseth, Becky Virginia, Huron, S.D., ALS, YWCA International Fair, Buff Ski Club, Dean's List. Accardi, Thomas Samuel, Arvada, Colo, ABS. Adams, Clayton Jessee, Denver, Colo, AAS, Kappa Alpha Psi. Agron, Cerie Schwartz, Columbus, Ohio, Education, AWS Hearing Board, Spurs, Sigma Delta Taw, Kappa Delta Pi Honorary. Aikens, Constance Lord, Radnor, Pa, Ski Club VP, Clearing House, Freshman Camp Counsellor, Alpha Lambda Delta, Resident Advisor, WIP Ski Team. Alexander, Patricia Lee, Denver, Colo, ABS. Allen, Dennis James, Salida, Colo, Pharmacy, Phi Delta Chi, APhA. Allen, Roberta Marie, Boulder, Colo, Education, Wesley Foundation, Kappa Phi Pres. ROW TWO - Allgire, Pamela Rose, Education, Resident Adviser, Silver and Gold, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Kappa Delta, Hearing Board, Dorm Officer. Altans, Andre, Utica, N.Y., CUAMA, Ski Club. Alvarez, Vernon Leon, Boulder, Colo, ABS, Silver 8. Gold. Alvarez, Vincent Leo, Boulder, Colo, A8rS, Alpha Epsilon Delta. Amerman, Mary Blackburn, Houston, Texas, ALS, Delta Gamma. Amick Robert Dean, Meeker, Colo, A8tS, Alpha Phi Omega, Rocky Mountain Rescue Group, Knights of Dunamis, Newman Club, Men's Marching Band. Ammarell, Eugene E, Wethersfield, Conn, Education, Clearing House, Freshman Camp Counsellor, Intramurals. Anderson, Charles Lanoy, Green Mountain Falls, Colo, ABS, Silver 8. Gold, Dorm Officer. ROW THREE - Anderson, David Lawrence, Denver, Colo, Busi- ness, Buff Ski Club. Anderson, Jeffrey Craig, Council Bluffs, Ia, Business, CUAMA. ROW FOUR 1 Anderson, Laura l.ee, Kirtland, Ohio, ALS, German Club, Ski Club. Anderson, Paul Clark, Pueblo, Colo, Business, CUAMA, Scabbard and Blade Honorary, Pres. ROW FIVE - Andresen, Per Terie, Langhus, Norway, Engr, Chi Epsilon, Transit Ed, Sigma Tau, AES, ASCE, ANSA, ASTM, Intra- murals. Aoki, Jeffrey Shin, Denver, Colo, Architecture, AIA. ROW SIX - Apai, Gustav Richard, Colo Springs, Colo, A8rS, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Alpha Phi Omega. Arbenz, William Robert, Winnetka, Calif, AGS, Delta Tau Delta, YAF, Gamma Iota Pi. ROW SEVEN - Archibald, Sandra Lee, Agana, Guam, ABS, Alpha Phi, International Relations Club Pres, Greek Blood Bank, Rally Commission, 1965 NMGA, NSO. Armstrong, Alan Herbert, Lynnwood, Wash, Engr, IEEE. ROW ONE -- Armstrong, David, Englewood, Colo, ASLS, La- crosse Team. Arneson, Patricia Kathy, Glenview, Ill, Business, Alphi Phi Tres, YWCA, International Fair Committee Chairman, Silver 8. Gold, Butt Ski Club, HUDS. Arno, Christie Lee, Lake, wood, Colo, A8.S. Arnold, Robert Allen, Pueblo, Colo, Phar- macy, APhA, Buff Ski Club. Arnoult, Christopher F, Boulder, Colo, Engr, IEEE, AES. Arthur, Mary Ellen, Belle Fourche, S.D., ABS, Chi Omega, Clearing House, Dorm Rep. Ashman, Ward Jr, Columbus, Ohio, A8,S, Phi Delta Theta, Psi Chi, Silver 8, Gold. Asres, Slemayehu, Addis Abcba, Ethiopia,Engr, Tau Beta Pi, African Students Association VP, Cosmopolitan Club. ROW TWO-Atkison, Lynn Ann, Boulder City, Nev., A8LS, Delta Gamma, Class Council, Silver and Gold, Panhel, Ski Club. Auge, Robert Joseph, Boulder, Colo, ABS, Clearing House. Austermann, Richard Oates, Littleton, Colo, ABS, Kappa Sigma, UMC Program Council. Avram, Gerald Wayne, Arvada, Colo. Aylsworth, Kenneth Donald, Denver, Colo, Business, Sigma Nu, lFC Pres, Silver 84 Gold, Phi Ep Phi, Soph 84 Junior Class Coun- cil, Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Bachrach, Annette Miriam, Denver, Colo, ALS. Baban, Marilyn Louise, Chicago, Ill, ALS, CU Ski Club. Baclie, Fuad, Tehran, Iran, Engineering. ROW THREE - Bagdady, Abdulaziz Yousef, Mecca, Saudi Arabia, AGS. Baggaley, Mary Alice, Deadwood, S D, Busi, Soph Rest Advisor, Alpha Lambda Delta, Beta Sigma, CUAMA. ROW FOUR - Bailey, Barbara Sue, Johnstown, Colo, A8iS, CU Band, Clearing House, Cosmo, Kappa Phi Club Secy 81 VP. Bailey, Terry Lyn, Boise, Idaho, AGS, Alpha Gamma Delta, Panhel Cortes Secy, CU Ski 81 Racing Club, NSO. ROW FIVE - Baird, Roger L. Baker, Lafayette, Colo. Joseph Dean, Broomfield, Colo, A8iS, Alpha Chi Sigma VP, AFROTC. ROW SIX - Bale, Jonathan Edward, Cleveland, Ohio, A8LS, Campus Crusade for Christ. Balogh, Joseph Ill, Crete, Ill., A8iS, Chi Psi. ROW SEVEN 1 Barbour, Ellen Wilson, Nashville, Tenn, ALS. Bard, Kay Elizabeth, Hamilton, Ohio, Educ, Alpha Delta Pi, Colo Corp, C-Bar-U, Buff Ski Club, NSO, Sr Class Coun, Home- coming Comm, Deans List. ' 4 i P I r V .1 LLmAL,:, ... J-q1:w1,1-1-1-1:1 1- , 1,11 J. I .-....-, -..1--, -rm X ..1..-..,. A.. .,x.,... .-Y -.... . ... L. an exchange ofdreams for reallt ROW ONE Blarnuk, Rrchard James Denver Colo Engr Alpha Phi Omega IEEE Bledsoe, Sandra Ann, Wray Colo A815 Alpha Delta Pt Housemanager Kappa Delta P1 Sec Homecomung Comrmttee Merchant Relatuons Chatrman AWS Blmn, .lohn Ferguson, Stockton Caltf A815 Phu Kappa Tau Alpha Epstlon Delta Sk: Club Bloemker, Denms Lee, Greeley Colo Archutecture Student AlA ROW TWO Bloom, Carol ColoSpr1ng Colo A815 Sxgma Delta Tau Bloom Gary Louls, Denver Colo Business Baseball Phu Gamma Delta Blum Gary B, Denver Colo A815 Sr Class Treasurer Frosh Jr Soph Class Counculs Bogenschurz Charlotte Ann Boulder Colo A815 Councul Bonavlda, LorrameV Denver Colo Educ Bonetto, Rnchard Frank Panama lll A815 Physucal Therepy Club Intramural Bonomo, Gall Roberta, San Mateo Calif A815 ROW FOUR Boone Carol A Wxnnetka lll A815 Chr Omega Cosmos Club T2 Tones Hnkmg Club Stgma Phu Epstlon Daughters of Golden Heart Bootes, Bonme Kay Middlesex NY A813 Srlver 81 Gold Cosmopolntan Club Border Patncra Nan NY NY A815 Hobart Queen AWS Revuew Cl-aalrman Songfest Borgos, Peter Wilson, Rocklxn Calif Engr AIAA - ' ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 - ' 1 1 1 '1 1 .I 7 . , 2 . , 2 I . ' I 1 ' 1 1 ' I 1 ' 1 ' - , , , . - 1 ' 1 1 1 ' ' - 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 ' - 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' - 1 1 1 1 - ROW THREE - Bolas, Leslie Leigh5 Littleton, Colo: A8155 Silver 81 Gold, Nails, Dorm ' - ' ' -1 1 1: - ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 - ' ' 1 ' 1 -- 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' F , . I . . . ' . I A 1 A 'I I U 2 - ' I I ' I 1 ., . .5 5 5 ' . ' 5 . ' ' ' 1 ' 1 1 - computer class cards in exchange for machine dealt paychecks OO ,Qtr . ,M F ROW ONE- Boscoe, Carla Joy, Denver, Colo, Music. Boswell, Sally Lucille, Long Beach, Calif, ABS, Bridge Club, YD's. Bourne, Janalee, Tucson, Ariz, A8iS, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Orchesis, Oklahoma. Bradford, Thomas E, Boulder, Colo, Engr, ASME. Bradshaw, Joel C, Stratton, Colo, Education, CU Band, Kappa Kappa Psi, Sabers, NSO, Inter-Reli Coun, Pres. Brady, Sally Nell, Denver, Colo, ABS, Kappa Alpha Theta, Sigma Alpha Eta. Braisted, Peter Hamilton, Golden, Colo, ABS, Ski Club, Lacrosse Club. Brandon, Nancy L, Denver, Colo, ASQS. ROW TWO -- Branting, Jayne Smith, Aurora, Colo, A8iS, Ski Club. Bren- kert, Dennis Richard, Denver, Colo, ABS, Phi Kappa Psi, Football Mgr. Brewster, Herbert Robert, King of Prussia, Pa, Busi. Briston, Mary Kath- leen, Denver, Colo, A8rS, Alpha Omicron Pi, Pres, Clearing House, Pan- hellenic, YR's. Brobst, Karen Ann, Lincoln Neb, A8rS, CU Flying Club, Zeta Tau Alpha, Panhel. Brown, Barbara Jean, Billings Montana, ABS, YR's, Bridge Club, Phi Alpha Theta, SCEA. Brown, Carolyn Ruth, Brush, Colo, Alpha Gamma Delta, Soc 8, Standards Chm. Brown, Elizabeth Margaret, Weston, Mass, ASS, Nails. ROW THREE - Brown, Sally Kendrick, Hanford, Calif, Educ, Pi Beta Phi, Silver and Gold. Brown, Sherrie Ann, Belvidere, Ill, ALS. Brown, Theodore Wayne, Longmont, Colo, Archit, AIA, Ski Club, Clearing House. Bruce, James R, Denver, Colo, Busi, Clearing House, Circle K, Rifle and Pistol, German. Brumbaugh, Roland John, Boulder, Colo, Busi, Alpha Kappa Psi, Pres, Sigma Iota Epsilon Pres, Beta Gamma Sigma Secy, Rho Epsilon Secy. Brumbelow, Nancy E, El Paso, Tex, AAS, Delta Gamma, Silver 8, Gold, NSO, Panhel. Bruns, Dennis R., Brighton, Colo., A8iS. Brundige, Richard Lewis, Denver, Colo, A8iS, Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha Epsilon Delta. ROW ONE - Bruns, Dennis Ray, Boulder, Colo, A8rS. Budge, William Arthur, Boulder, Colo, Engr, Delta Upsilon, AES, ASME, Golf, Basketball. Buerger, Walter, Richard, Covina, Calif, AGS, AF-ROTC. Buli, Svein Tore, Skien, Norway, Engr, lEEE, AES, Cosmo, Ski Club, ASUC Senator, BDC, LLEPOLM. ROW TWO - Burnett, Charles Philip, Aurora, Colo, Bus, Chi Psi, YR's. Burns, John Thomas, Colo Spgs, Colo, A8-S. Burns, Susan Elaine, Denver, Colo, A8rS, Porpoise, Pres 8- Secy, Soph Advisor. Burton, Larry Charles, Denver, Colo, ASS, CU Band. ROW THREE -- B-utcher, M. Russell, Colo Spgs, Colo, Engr. Butler, Richard Hess, Warwich, Rhode Island, A8rS, Phi Kappa Tau, Coloradan, Ski Team. Butterfield, Suzanne Kay, East Lansing, Mich, ALS. Cahen, Elinor, Scars- dale, N.Y, AAS, C-Bar-U. ROW FOUR - Cain, Candace Patricia, San Rafael, Calif, ALS, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Ski Club, AWS Review. Calvert, William Kenneth, Bould- er, Colo, Busi, Ski 81 Racing Club. Campbell, Barbara Jean, Park Ridge, Ill, ABS. Cannon, James Timothy, Colo Spgs, Colo, AAS, Newman Center, SPU, YD's, Phi Alpha Theta. 'MF' Q' :s ...ss -. " j- menu L-hmm, X , ,bl-..,57 .Q -.1 s... 'err A 4 QQ '-'Qi if - , v 3- -fr r" 4 I yz, , IT' ts is ROW FIVE - Carey, Lynne Diane, Bloomfield Hills, Mich, A8,S, Ski Club, Wheeler Dealer. Carmean, Bonnie Arford, San Diego, Calif, Pharmacy, Alpha Delta Pi, Kappa Epsilon, Pres, APhA, international Fair, Homecom- ing. Carmignani, Linda W, Glenview, Ill, ALS, Transfer from Wittenberg Univ. Carmignani, A Wayne, Glenview, Ill, Business. ROW SIX - Carnes, Bruce Glaydon, LaJunta, Colo, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon, CUAMA, Ski Club. Carney, Edward Bruce, Jr, Boulder, Colo, Business. Carney, William Shaber, Yeringtan, Nev, Pharmacy, Phi Delta Chi, APhA, Rho Chi. Carpenter, Linda Kay, Kailua, Hawaii, ALS, Chi Omega, Ski Club, Homecoming Committee. ROW SEVEN - Carr, Charles Madison, Longmont, Colo, A8lS, Delta Upsilon, Blood Bank. Carvaial, Fernando David, Boulder, Colo, Elec. Engr, IEEE, Intramurals. Carville, Louise F, Reno, Nev, AGS, Chi Omega, Sisters of Minerva, YWCA International Fair. Cary, Jeffrey Michael, Denver, Colo, ASS. 50 ROW ONE - Cary, Joseph Henry, Loma, Colo, A8fS, Phi Theta Kappa, Phi Lambda Upsilon. Casey, Julia Garrison, Oswego, ill, ALS. Casicla, Gary Vance, Canon City, Colo, Business, Men's Marching Band, Ski Club. Caswell Margaret Ann, Boulder, Colo, Education, SCEA, Cazier, Stanley Wayne, Boulder, Colo, AGS, Ski Club, Young Republicans. Cendali, Richard Eugene, San Francisco, Calif, Education, Alpha Tau Omega. Chamberlain, Robert Allen, Boulder, Colo, Engr. Chambers, Robert William, Rochester, NY, Business. ROW TWO - Chandler, Chris L, Arvada, Colo, Phi Alpha Theta, Intramural Wrest- ling. Chang, Perry Tsou Ming, Hong Kong, Japan, Chinese Club, Pres, ASCE, Cosmo Club. Cheever, Kathryn Ann, Prairie Village, Kansas, Education, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, SCEA, Freshman Camp, Ski Club. Christopher, Charles H, Denver, Colo, A8tS, Silver 8, Gold, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Clark, Rod, Longmont, Colo, Pharmacy. Clark, William Richard, Wiggins, Colo, Engr, IEEE, Radio Club, AES. Clarke, Anne Elizabeth, Darien, Conn, ALS, Ski Club, Racing Club, Hiking Club. Claycomb, Steven Lee, Strasburg, Colo, Pharmacy, Phi Delta Chi, APhA. no more daily classes 'Wie liclrsa- 'it ,I 1.5 . -1.- iv. -.Q '52,-.T L-ir. .,. , V, -all A-., Z dex' st A .fiat ,. ubg.. just dail work hours ROW ONE - Clem, Joseph Hal, Denver, Colo, Engr, ASCE, AES, Chi Ep- silon. Clements, Thomas Harvey, Highland Park, Ill, AGS, IFC, Phi Kappa Tau. Close, Valerie Suzanne, Scarsdale, N.Y., ALS, Kappa Alpha Theta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sisters, Nails. Coffee, Sandra Lee, Torrance, Calif, A8tS, Colo Corps, AWS, Deseret Club, Gamma Phi Beta. ROW TWO - Goldiron, Adron L Jr, Kirkwood, Missouri, A8tS, Sigma Chi Tribune, Frosh, Soph Honorary, Chinese Club, ASUC. Coleman, Dian Judith, New Orleans, La, Business, Jimmy Club. Colm, Mary Melinda, Bakersfield, Calif, A8-S, Alpha Phi, AWS. Comerford, Kevin Christopher, Boulder, Colo, ASQS. ROW THREE - Conley, Christopher John, Ipswich, Mass. Business. Con- way, Patricia Anne, Denver, Colo, A8tS, Sigma Lambda Phi, Soph Advisor, Newman Club, Physical Therapy Club. Cooper, Edward Pillow, Photog- rapher, Coloradan. Cooper, John Wesley, Delta, Colo, ABS, Colo Scholars Program, Sigma Pi Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa. ROW FOUR - Cooper, Nancy Jo, Lakewood, Colo, ALS, Resident Ad- visor, Soph Advisor, Univ Reading Theater Committee, Wesley Founda- tion, WRA. Cooper, Paralee, Big Bear Lake, Calif, Education, Delta Gamma. Corey, Paul William, Plandom Mills, N.Y., AGS, Ski Team, ln- stitute of Arctic and Alpine Research Participant. Cornelisen, Barbara J, Boulder, Colo, Music, Gamma Delta, Univ Choir. ROW FIVE - Cornelius, Ronald G, Lamar, Colo, Business. Costlow, Judith Anne, Colo Springs, Colo, Education, Soph Advisor, Univ Choir, Clearing House, Jr and Sr Class Councils, Resident Advisor. Cowan, Danie G, Mosco, Colo, Engr, NESEP. Cowen, Ronald Charles, Denver, Colo, ABS, Men's Marching Band, Symphonic Band. ROW SIX - Cowing, Diane Elaine, Littleton, Colo, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Silver 84 Gold, Nails. Cox, Carol Jean, Lombard, Ill, Theta Sigma Phi, French House Publicity Chairman, French Club, Cosmo Club. Cox, Roger William, Grand Junction, Colo, ALS, Phi Epsilon Phi, Ski Club, NSW Commission, Summer Orientation, Study Aboard Program, Student Dean's Program. Coykendall, Carol G, Dartmouth, Mass, A8tS, Ski Club, Clearing House. ROW SEVEN - Craft, Douglas Gibson, A8tS, Men's Marching Band. Craigle, Carol Anne, Nileis, Ill, ASQS, Porpoise, Delta Delta Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Spurs, Hesperia, Director AWS Revue, UMC Board, Mortar Board, Delta Phi Alpha. Crall, Steven P, Palos Verdes, Calif, Engr, Phi Gamma Delta, IEEE, Flying Club, Ski Club, Intramurals. Crandall, Peter Mark, Denver, Colo, A8tS, Beta Theta Pi VP, House Manager, Intramural Chairman. ROW EIGHT - Crilly, Ronald Dale, Boulder, Colo, Business, Student Colo Education Association, University Program Council, Young Republi- cans. Croft, Stanton William, Longmont, Colo, Engr. Cronin, Particia Ann, Denver, Colo, A8tS, Cosmo Club, Latin American Club, Campus Friends, Young Democrats. Crossley, Gale Elton, Littleton, Colo. Engr, ASME Chair- man, Control Board. vc ROW ONE 1 Crouch, Keith Mclean, Arlington Va, ALS, Beta Theta Pi. Crown, Patricia Ann, Mackinaw Illinois, ABS, Alpha Phi, Spurs, Class Council, NSO, Psi Chi, Pres. Cruth, Michael L, Evergreen, Colo, ALS, CEA, Clearing House, Kappa Delta Pi. Culp, John Clifford, Bethesda Md, A8iS, Chi Psi, Pres, Pi Sigma Alpha, etc. Cummings, Christopher Floyd, Dayton, Ohio, Business, Delta Upsilon, Dorm Officer. Cummins, Kay, Aurora, Colo, Music. Curtis, Richard W, Okla City, Okla, Business, Phi Delta Theta, Pres, CUAMA. D'Orazio, Virginia I, Frederick, Colo, ABS, Players Club- Italian Club, Sigma Lambda Phi. I ROW TWO - DeSantis, Elizabeth V, Bridgeton, NJ, Business, Deahl, Joann G, Denver, Colo, A8.S, Pom-Pon Girl, Pi Beta Phi, Castle Belles, Nails. Deahl, John G, Atherton, Calif, ASQS, Delta Tau Delta, Swim Team. Debski, Sandra Jo, Kenosha, Wis, A8.S. Dendinger, Robert John, Denver, Colo, A8iS, Clearing House. Derkash, Robert Stephen, Greenwich, Conn, ABS, Class Council, Dorm Officer, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Lacrosse Team. Di Domenico, Don Mike, LaJunta, Colo, Pharmacy, APhA, Phi Delta Chi. Diebel, Stephen Victor, Boulder, Colo, Business. . if' I Ii wh' ,if . 114 qu ROW ONE - Danko, Terry K, Denver, Colo, Civil Engr and Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, Swimming, AFROTC. Davis, Nancy Hodges, Shaker Heights, Ohio, ABS, Pi Beta Phi, Ski Club, international Club, De Butts, Mary Linda, New York, NY, A8iS, Pi Beta Phi, Ski Club. Delong-Hansen, Judith Ann, Englewood, Colo, A8iS, French Club, lntnl Rel Club, Sigma Lambda Phi, Dorm Officer, Pi Sigma Alpha. De Kieffer, Donald Eulette, Boulder, Colo, ALS, Kappa Sigma, Pi Sigma Alpha, Army ROTC, ASUC, Hammers, Sabers, YAF, PR, Cosmo Club, NSA delegate. DeKieffer, Melissa H, Boulder, Colo, Education. Deland, Gerald William, Boulder, Colo, Business, Phi Kappa Tau. DeLong, Lance E, Littleton, Colo, ABS, Phi Epsilon Delta, Delta Kappa Tau, Sigma Pi Sigma, Ski Club, ROW TWO - Dieffenderfer, Jacalyn Louise, Boulder, Colo, Education, Band, New- man, Young Dems, SCEA. Diffie, Mary Margaret, Denver, Colo, A-SiS, Daily Reporter, Spanish Club, Festival Chorus. Diliberto, Regina Maria, Denver, Colo, A8-S, Hearing Board, Honor Board. Dimit, Jane Ann, Boulder, Colo, A8-S, Soph Class Council, Angels Flight, Coloradan, Managing Editor, Psychology Honors Program, Kappa Alpha Theta. Dinges, Madeleine Ann, Denver, Colo, A8iS, AWS. Distel, Edward G, Boulder, Colo, Business. Dixon, Kenneth Elton, Arvada, Colo, Business, Army ROTC, Campus Crusade for Christ. Dixon, Gerald Dennis, Denver, Colo, Architecture, AIA Student Chapter. 504 committees rules directives is there really a change? l u 506 ROW ONE - Donham, Cathe B, Fair Lawn, NJ, A8rS, Colo-Corps, Pres, Silver and Gold, Gamma Phi Beta, Spurs, Hesperia, Mortar Board, Panhel, ASUC. Donnelly, Robert Hugh, Boulder, Colo, Engr. Donohue, Patricia Ann, Mexico City, Mexico, A8rS, Alpha Delta Pi, International Fair, Spanish Club, Newman Club, Dean's List, Dorm Officer. Doolittle, Nancy Carter, Kensington, Md, ALS, Spurs, Alpha Lambda Delta, AWS. Doolittle, Susan Yvonne, East Grand Rapids, Mich, A8rS, Chi Omega, ASUC, AID, Ski Club, International Fair, Canterbury Club. Dorward, Sharron Dianne, Denver, Colo, AGS, Cheerleader, Spurs, Hesperia, Mortar Board, Pacesetter, Who's Who, Castle Belles, Class Council, Eng Queen Finals, Pi Beta Phi, Jr Yr at Grenoble France. Dovenitz, Jan Michael, Syracuse, New York, AB-S, Men's Marching Band, B'nai B'rith. Douglas, Mary Ellen, Denver, Colo, Business, Gamma Delta, Choir, Travel Commission, AWS Song Fest. ROW TWO - Dow, Judith Joyce, Cortz, Colo, ALS, Delta Phi Alpha. Drake, Ruth Louise, Boulder, Colo, Education, Symphonic Band, Concert Band, Tau Beta Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, Student CEA, Dean's List. Drewry, Marian Fay, Pasadena, Calif, Education, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Silver and Gold. DuBach, Hans P, Wheat Ridge, Colo, Business. Dublin, Ronald Lee, Syracuse, NY, Business, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Class Councils, Lacrosse Team. Dudley, Alan Lee, Aurora, Colo, A8rS. Duell, Holland Bosson, Security, Colo, A8rS, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, BEC, Coloradan Royalty Editor. Duggan, Anne Jane, Flossmoor, Ill, AGS. ROW THREE - Duncan, Alice Ann, McLean, Virginia, A8tS. Durbin, Harvey Paul, Winnemucca, Nev, Business, Wesley Foundation, Buff Flying Club, Pres, National Flying Association. Duris, John. Dveirin, Gloria Jean, Denver, Colo, A8iS. Dymerski, Daniel Leo, Auroro, Colo, A8tS, Varsity Golf, Ski Club, Bridge Club. Eckhardt, Bruce Kenneth, Central Lake, Mich, Elec Engr, Tennis Team. Edmond, Carole Ann, Pueblo, Colo, A8-S, RA, Newman Club, Colo-Corps, Intra- murals. Edwards, Karen Emily Clare, Zanesville, Ohio, Nursing, Kappa Phi. ROW FOUR -- Eldred, Sharon Sue, Hinsdale, lll, AYS, Delta Gamma, Cheer- leader, Nails, Senate Clerk, Barn Dance Queen Finals, Class Council, Silver and Gold. Elliott, Christine Antoinette, Boulder, Colo, ALS. Elliot, Robert Marshall, Boulder, Colo, A8rS. Engleman, Tena Burnett, Boulder, Colo, A8.S, Alpha Chi Omega, AID, Ski Club, Kappa Phi, Sigma Lambda Phi. English, Lois Mae, Ft. Morgan, Colo, ASLS, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi. English, Martin John, Ft. Morgan, Colo, A8rS, Student CEA. Enterline, Ann Kathleen, Canfield, Ohio, ALS, Silver and Golcl, Hiking Club, AWS Songtest, German Club. Erickson, Jennifer Ferris, San Diego, Calif, Business, Alpha Phi, Jr Panhel, CUAMA, Ski Club, Merchant Relations Commission, NSO. nostalgia sets in- what have we done? where are we going? wh ? too much to comprehend, yet we must ROW ONE - Espander, Cynthia Anne, Dinosaur, Colo, Pharmacy, APhA, Kappa Epsilon. Espander, John Charles, Colo Springs, Colo, Engr, ASME, AES, Ice Hockey Club, Newman Club. Ethridge,,Lawren Esther, Corpus Christi, Tex, ABS, Pi Beta Phi, CU Relay Queen Finals.'Evancich, Marie Lee, Colo Springs, Colo, ALS, Newman Club. Evans, Marka Webb, Colo Springs, Colo, Education. Evans, Mary Emily, Greeley, Colo, ALS, Class Councils, Silver and Gold, AWS Rep. Fadum, Ole-Kristian, Oslo, Norway, Engr, IEEE, AFDOOE. Farley, Laurie Jon, Boise, Idaho, Education. ROW TWO - Fearn, Stephen Cisne, Boulder, Colo, Engineering, ASME. Fegley, Judith Ann, Snyder, NY, AAS, Transfer from Brown Univ. Fein, Arthur David, Skokie, III, Journalism, Sigma Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Sigma, Pres. Fellows, Frederick Michael, Lakewood, Colo, ALS, Sigma Chi. Fennell, Christine Williams, Purchase, NY, Business, Ski Club. Fennell, Nancy Lou, Denver, Colo, Elem Educ, Alpha Gamma Delta, YWCA, Pres, Freshman Camp, Panhel, Mortar Board, Special Events Commission, Class Council. Ferguson, Calvin LaVerne, Aurora, Colo, Engr, ASCE. Ferrell, James Edward, Reno, Nev, Engineering. ROW THREE - Feutz, Linda Elizabeth, Plymouth, Wisconsin, A8iS, Clearing House, Bridge Club. Fickes, C. Edward, Colo Springs, Colo, Journ, Alpha Kappa Lambda, Scabbard and Blade, Oracle. Field, Carole Lee, Denver, Colo, ALS, Cosmo Club, French Club, Ski Club, Silver and Gold, Spurs, YWCA, International Fair. Figge, Elizabeth Ruth, Brighton, Colo, A8-S, Sigma -Lambda Phi, Solo Corps, RA, Student Development Foundation, Sigma Lambda Phi officer. Fisch, Carla Jean, Greeley, Colo, Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, Silver and Gold, Spurs, Class Councils, Angels Flight, Colo-Corps, Pom-Pon Girl, Homecoming Queen Finals, Miss CU Finals. Fischer, Larry C, Hot Sulphur Springs, Colo, Engr and Business, Football, Delta Tau Delta, Hammers, Phi Epsilon Phi, Silver and Gold, Gamma Iota Pi, Class Councils, IFC. Fish, Lisbeth Ann, Littleton, Colo, A8iS, Ski Club. Fisher, Christina Diane, Seattle, Wash, .lourn, DAILY, Theta Sigma Pi, Kappa Tau Alpha. ,,.., F ,-4 . , ,-is ,V A, ,..,. . . ,,, .. , , , , ' i V1-if - gifs! . .- 9' past, present, future, ROW ONE 1 Fisher, Judiih C, San Mateo, Calif, ABS, Chi Omega, Pres. Fishman, Nelson, Huntington, Calif, A8rS, Silver and Gold, Pershing Rifles, SAME, Alpha Phi Omega, Circle K, IR Club, CHess Club, Soccer, Cross Country. Fitzpatrick, Nancy K, Seattle, Wash, A8rS, Gamma Phi Beta of officer, Greek Blood Bank, Mortar Board, Class Council, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Sigma Alpha. ROW TWO - Fletcher, James A, Boulder, Colo, Business, Alpha Kappa Psi, CUAMA, pres, Business School Student Board. Flinn, Joan M, Las Animas, Colo, A8.S, Christian Science Organization, Spanish Club, SA-RA. Flygare, Robert H, Boulder, Colo, ASLS, Silver and Gold, Alpha Tau Omega. ROW THREE - Foley, Miriam J, Boulder, Colo, Business, Beta Sigma, Newman Club, CU Skiing. Folk, Joel J, Colorado Springs, Colo, ALS. Folk, Valerie S, Colorado Springs, Colo, A8rS, Silver and Gold. ROW FOUR - Follette, James R, Santo Monica, Calif, Busi- ness, Rho Epsilon, CU Skiing, Ford Robert A, Durango, Colo, Law, Phi Alpha Delta, Legal Aid Clinic. Forkner, Donald E, Parker, Colo, Engineering, CU Skiing, ASME, AES Control Board. 1.L 0,-mu K ,.,1.:-L-.-a,:- 'I . N1 fa 1 Q -4 ,f X , ,mx 5 5, OPPOSITE PAGE - ROW SEVEN - Gray, Robert Edwin, Jr, Denver, Cola, Engr and Business, AIAA, CUAMA. Green, Janie, Evergreen, Colo, Education, Silver and Gold, Chi Omega, Ski Club. Green, Nancy, Tiburon, Calif, A8.S, Math Club, Flying Club, Ski Club. Green, Ronald Dekker, San Francisco, Calif, ABS, People-to-People, Latin American Club, Int Rel Forum. Harlan, Dena Rae, Canon City, Colo, Journ, NSO, Class Council, Caravels, Theta Sigma Pi, Kappa Tau Alpha, Chi Omega. Harman, William Hayes, Englewood, Colo, Business, Alpha Kappa Psi, YR, YAF, SPL. Hormel, Robert Michael, Lakewood, Colo, ABS, Delta Phi Alpha. Harmon, James Edward, Engle- wood, Colo, Business, Delta Tau Delta, Silver and Gold, Alpha Kappa Psi, Phi Earle International, CUAMA. ROW EIGHT - Green, Stephen Alexander, Boulder, Colo, AGS, AAHPHER. Green, Whitney Eliz, Manhasset, NY, ABS, Clearing House, Ski Club. Green, William Charles, St. Louis, Mo, ABS, Sigma Nu, Greek Week. Greene, Edward Albert, A8tS, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Cheerleader, Silver and Gold, IFC. Harri, Fredric Steven, Hunt Sta, NY, ABS, Circle K. Harris, James Robert, Los Animas, Colo, Engr, Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon, ASCE, AES. Harris, Natalia Edna, Gary, Indiana, A8tS, ABC. Harris, Suzan Kay, Clifton, Colo, Journ, Theta Sigma Pi, Pres, Dean's Advisory Comm. ROW ONE - Gregory, Gayle Alison, Denver, Colo, ABS, Jr Panhel. Grey Charles M, Lebanon. Kan, Pharmacy. Gribben, Kathleen, Arvada, Colo, A8-S, Chi Omega, Caravels, Class Council, Ski Club, SA, Course Evalua- tion, Asst Probation Officer. Grieve, Barbara Bee, Ft. Lupton, Colo, Busi- ness, AWS, Colo Corps, Beta Sigma, Alpha Chi Omega. ROW TWO - Hart, Courtney Ann, Okla City, Okla, Journ, Kappa Alpha Theta, Gamma Alpha Chi, SAE Little Sisters, Silver and Gold, Ski Club. Hart, Michael John, ABS. Harting, Walter John, Boulder, Colo, Education, SCEA, SNEA, MRH, officer. Hatasaka, Stan, Denver, Colo, Engr. ROW THREE -- Griffin, Patricia Ann, Littleton, Colo, ABS, French Club, Ski Club, Cosmo Club, People-to-People, Newman Club, Chi Omega. Gross, Cynthia, Colo Springs, Colo, A8,S, Delta Delta Delta, AWS review, Univ Choir, CMEA. Gross, Janet, Highland Park, Ill, A8.S, Dorm Officer. Grow, Dorrene Sally, Wheatridge, Colo, A8fS, Spanish Club, Ski Club. ROW FOUR - Grunewald, Kathryn Ann, Tucson, Ariz, A8iS, SA, Dorm Officer, Hesperia, Spurs, Class Councils, COLO DAILY, Silver and Gold. Guenther, Sharon Lee, Arvada, Colo, Education, Ski Club, YWCA. Guss, William Charles, Reno, Nev, Engr, Sigma Tau, Treas, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma. Gustafson, John A, Denver, Colo, Engr, AIP, SIAM. ROW FIVE - Hawkinson, Susan Linda, Grand Rapids, Minn, ABS, Fresh- man Camp, Alpha Lambda Delta, NSO. Hays, Meredith Kaye, Denver, Colo, ASQS, Delta Phi Alpha, Dorm Officer, Wesley Foundation, Exchange student to Germany. Hedberg, Dania Louise, Highland Park, Ill, Education, Silver and Gold, Clearing House, Alpha Phi. Hein, Louella Jean, Otis, Colo, Education, Silver and Gold, COLORADAN, Alpha Chi Omega, Col- lege Bowl Comm, NSO, Homecoming Comm. ROW SIX - Gutsche, Steven Lyle, White Bear Lake, Minn, Engr, Tau Beta Pi. Hagen, George Leon, Lakewood, Colo, Business. Haglund, Janet Marie, Pike View Court, Colo, ABS. Hahn, David Linton, Boulder, Colo, Business Acacia, Silver and Gold. ROW SEVEN - Haider, Thomas Ralph, Denver, Colo, Engr, A56 Ham, Sheila Elizabeth, Littleton, Colo, ASS, Hamamoto, Glenda M, Lihue, Hawaii, A8rS, Class Council, Spanish Club. Hamann, William Douglas, Dickinson, North Dakota, Eng r. ROW EIGHT - Heinmiller, Philip James, Mt. Holly NJ, Business, RHA, Officer. Heinz. lvnn Robert, Greelev, Colo, Business, Rho Epsilon, Pres. Helgoth, Constance K, Boulder, Colo, Education. Heller, Jay Ronald, Den- ver, Colo, ABS, Phi Sigma Delta, Phi Ep Phi, Alpha Epsilon Delta. ROW ONE - Helmer, David A, Stamford, Conn, ABS, CU Skiing, Phi Gamma Delta, Silver and Gold, Sabres, Pi Sigma Alpha. Hendricks, Elisabeth H, Logansport, Ind, ABS, Delta Delta Delta, Panhel rep, pres, Panhel secy, Fraternity Education Chrmn. Henkel, Wayne C, Brighton, Colo, Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, Sigma Tau, ASME. Henninger, Russell A, Security, Colo, ABS, CU Track Team. Henry, David W, Greenwich Point, Conn, A8.S, French Club, Italian Club, CU Skiing. Herbst, Howard P, Denver, Colo, ABS, Lambda Chi Alpha, vice-pres, Pi Sigma Alpha, Phi Ep Phi, Silver and Gold. Hermanson, Lynn E, Mount Vernon, NY, ABS, Clearing House, AWS rep, Standards Board, pres. ROW TWO - Herrin, Ronald J, Fowler, Colo, En- gineering, Pi Tau Sigma, rec secy, ASME. Hessel- bach, Ellen P, Woodbridge, Conn, A8.S, CU Skiing. Hetherington, Carol S, Pekin, Ill, Education, Chi Omega, Dorm officer, Panhel exec council. Hether- ington, Jerry F, Boulder, Colo, Business, Class Coun- cil, NSO, Kappa Sigma, tres, house mgr, Alpha Kappa Psi, tres, IFC, CUAMA, Intramurals Committee. rep. Heydt, William R, Palmerton, Pa, ALS, Football. Higgins, James F, Colorado Springs, Colo, Archi- tecture, AIA. Hiigel, Jaynese L, Lamar, Colo, Busi- ness, Beta Sigma. ROW THREE -- Hill, Helen M, Denver, Colo, A8,S, Capers, Sigma Lambda Phi, Cosmo. ROW FOUR - Hill, Terry R, Grand Lake, Colo, Delta Tau Delta, Silver and Gold. ROW FIVE - Hillman, Margaret F, Denver, Colo, Education. ROW SIX 1 Hobbins, William T, Ephrato, Pa, Busi- ness and Architecture, Lambda Chi Alpha, athletic chrmn, IM, League rep. Hines, William L. Hodgkin., Gail F, Littleton, Colo, Business, CU Skiing. Hoemer, Victor M, Boulder, Colo, AGS. Hoge, Charles W, Colorado Springs, Colo, A8.S. Hoivik, Lars, Kongs- vinger, Norway, Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE, ANSA, AES, German Club. Holmes, Barham M, Winters, Calif, Music, Festival Chorus, Alpha Chi Omega, Sigma Alpha Iota, AWS Pub. ROW SEVEN - Holsman, Ronald, Evanston, Ill, Archi- tecture. Holt, Sara S, South Pasadena, Calif, A8iS. Homsher, Charlotte D, Springfield, Colo, A8.S, Gamma Alpha Chi, CU Skiing, Player's Club, Lutheran Center, Baptist Student Union. Hoopes, Barbara J, Blooming- ton, Ill, Business, Kappa Kappa Gamma, vice-pres, tres, Porpoise, Silver and Gold, Nails, Beta Sigma, Angel Flight, Mortar Board, IFC secy, Coloradan Staff, ASUC academic affairs, Class Councils, CUAMA. Hoover, Elizabeth Y, El Paso, Tex, AHS, Kappa Alpha Theta, Silver and Gold, Nails, Spanish Club. Hoover, Harwood, Barrington, Ill, ABS, Delta Upsilon, soph class vice-pres, Star and Sectant. Houpt, Bryce R, Denver, Colo, Engineering, Sigma Tau, IEEE. ROW EIGHT - Houpt, Hazel L, Longmont, Colo, ABS, Judo Club, secy-tres, Rocky Mt Rescue Aid Chrmn. Hroza, Susan A, Boulder, Colo, A8tS. Huff- man, Ward S, Colorado Springs, Colo, ABQS. Hughes, Jeanne E, Colorado Springs, Colo, Education, Delta Gamma. Hughes, Kay L, Denver, Colo, A8tS, Dorm social chrmn, Silver and Gold, French House, vice- pres, Castle Belles, SA-RA. Hull, James M, Lakin, Kan, Business, Alpha Kappa Psi, corres. secy. Hulse, Marilyn L, Honolulu, Haw, ABS, Delta Delta Delta, Porpoise, UMC Program Council, C Bar U Riders, Greek Week Committee, CU Skiing. ROW ONE - Hupp, Patience E, Denver, Colo, Education. Husbands, Herman H, Chapel Hill, N C, Engineering, Sigma Tau, pres, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, IEEE, Dean's Council, AES Control Board. Hutchings, Sheryl A, Pueblo, Colo, A8iS. Hyrup, Alan L, Rifle, Colo, Journalism. ROW TWO - lford, Carol M, Denver, Colo, ASIS, Concert Band, AWS rep, Dorm pres. lmig, Mary Dell, Yankton, S D, Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, songleader, Dorm social chrmn, Silver and Gold, Coloradan, Clearning House. Isaacson, Peter E, Seattle, Wash, A8.S, Beta Theta Pi, Colorado Daily, Jacobson, Lance H. ROW THREE - Jacobson, Mark C, Denver, Colo, ALS, Hillel, pres, Folk Song Club, vice-pres, Clearing House, pub relations dir. Jacobsen, Michael J, Massapequa Park, N Y, Business, Delta Sigma Pi, pres, vice-pres, Rho Epsilon, Zeta Beta Tau, pres, vice-pres, secy. Business School Student Board, College Bowl, pub committee. ROW FOUR - Jaeger, Patricia I., Orland Park, lll, ALS, Chi Omega, Class Council, Alpha Lambda Delta, Freshman Camp Counselor, Director. Jaffe, Russell, Las Vegas, Nev, A8rS, Chi Psi, Class Council, Judo Club, Greek Week. ROW FIVE - Jamal, Karim Y, Kuwait, Engr, Soccer, Cosmo, Arab Club. James, William, Kankakee, lll, Engr, Track, Phi Ep Phi, Sigma Nu, AES, AIAA. a hollow victor over the university bu reacracy 1 Jr, fig ill, l X Q I ' , I I, ' 'U Q ' ,114 . 1 -, ' XTX 'V PP 6, uae X0 1 X OPPOSITE PAGE CLOCKWISE FROM UPPER LEFT - Jennings, Nancy Ruth, Santa Monica, Calif, Educ, Alpha Gamma Delta, secy, Songfest, French Club. Jenson, Barbara Marie, Boulder, Colo, Music, CU Choir, MENC, SCEA, Sigma Alpha Iota, Treas. Jensen, Frances Marie, Denver, Colo, A8,S, Pi Beta Phi, Pres, Freshman Camp, Coloradan, Sigma Alpha Eta. Jessee, Hubert Burke, Kalama, Wash, Busi, Johnson, Dan Porter, Love- land, Colo, Busi, Band, Concert, Marching, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Tres. Johnson, Judith Ann, Lakewood, Colo, A8,S, Alpha Omicron Pi, Rush Chairman, CU Choir, Fest Chorus, Oracle, Clearing House., Johnson, Judith Louise, Lexington, Ky, ASS, Alpha Phi, Pledge trainer, Silver 81 Gold, Daughter of the Golden Heart, Nails, Panhel, Ski Club. Johnson, Marguerite Patricia, Texarkana, Tex, AGS, Alpha Lambda Delta, Silver 8, Gold, Cosmo, Deans List, Clearing House, Campus Friends. Johnson, Patricia Jo, Colo Spgs, Colo, A8iS, Silver 8. Gold, Spanish 8. Latin Amer Club, Military Ball Queen. Johnson, Roberta Jill, Longmont, Colo, A8,S. Johnson, Roy D Jr, Denver, Colo, SAS. Johnson, Carl Stephen, Denver, Colo, A8-S, Pershing Rifles. Johnston, Abigail Osbome, Menlo Park, Calif, A8-S, Delta Gamma, Pom Pon, Silver 8, Gold, Nails, Ski Club, AID. Jones, Daphne Sue, Anton, Colo, Educ. Jones, Glenn Gerald, Boulder, Colo, Pharmacy, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Phi Delta Chi, Tres, Jones, Keith M, Aurora, Colo, AGS, Pi Sigma Alpha, YR's, German Club. Jones, Mary Lou, Pueblo, Colo, A8rS, Delta Delta Delta, Rec Secy, Social Chrm, Silver B, Gold. Jones, Randall William, Denver, Colo, Busi, Clearing House. Jones, Russell Ward, Anton, Colo, Educ, Acacia. Jones, Sally Carlin, Golden, Colo, Educ, Chi Omega, Clearing House. Jongeneel, Alan William, Los Angeles, Calif, Engr, Sigma Chi, Secy, House Manager, Hammers, ASCE Pres, AES, ASTM. THIS PAGE COUNTER CLOCKWISE FROM THE RIGHT 1 Kastor, James Alfred, NY, NY, Busi, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Kantor, Sherrie L, Ash Colo, Silver 8. Gold, Deans List. Kanemoto, Kenneth, Longmont Colo, Engr 8, Bus, Acacia, Delta Sigma Pi, AES, Ski Club, AIAA Tres. Kane, Carol Ann, Denver, Colo, Journalism, Gamma Alpha Chi. Kalikawa, Carol Sue, Tempe, Ariz, Educ, Fr Class Coun, Silver 8, Gold, Soph Cl Coun. Kaiser, Pamela Ann, Glenview, ill, Busi, Chi Omega, Buff Ski Club, International Affairs. Joseph, Nancy Lynn, Boulder, Colo, Educ, Delta Delta Delta. Jorgensen, Nancy Lee, Denver, Colo, Busi, Beta Sigma, CUAMA, YWCA. Kasynski, George Gregory, Denver, Colo, Busi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, UFW. Kay, Linda Suzanne, Greeley Colo, A8rS, Alpha Delta Pi. Kearney, Adelia Willacy, Montrose, Colo, A8,S, Ski Club, Cosmo, French Club, YD's, international Fair. Kearney, Sharon Elizabeth, Pueblo, Colo, Educ, Delta Delta Delta, Little Sister of Minerva, Silver 8, Gold. Keim, Charles R, Keins, Hildy B, Denver, Colo, A8-S, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Panhel, Glamour Best Dressed Canal, AWS, Kelley, Catharine Colleen, Piedmont, Calif, A8,S, Delta Gamma, soc chrmn, Ponhelp Fr 8, Sr Class Coun, Silver 8, Gold, Little Sister of Minerva, Little Sigma, Kelley, Jerry E, Carson City, Nevada, Busi, Lambda Chi Alpha, Pres, Silver and Gold, Sabres, Star 8- Sextant. Kelling, Susan D, Boulder, Colo, ALS, Tau Beta Sigma, Ski Club, Sigma Lambda Phi Secy, VP, Kelly, Claroy Patricia, LaGrange, Ill, Busi, Chi Omega, Homecoming, GAX. Kelly, Margy Sue, Lysander, NY, Nursing, Nurse Corp. Kennedy, Karen Anne, Aurora, Colo, A8.S, Physical Therapy Club. Kennedy, Leroy Franklin, Englewood, Colo, Alpha Kappa Psi, CUAMA. who is the real victor? i .t . Q", ,wr lt- Y as ,idle .- -r-. .V .Yeti 4 . this is not the end of bureacracy, of rules, of waiting in line. nor the end of learning- x ROW ONE - Kennedy, Ronald L, Aurora, Colo, Pharmacy, A Ph A, Phi Delta Chi, secy. ROW TWO - Kennedy, Sally J, New Orleans, La, A8iS, Tennis, Hiking, Anthropos Club. ROW THREE -- Kent, Donna C, Park Forest, lll, ALS, Newman Club, Dorm Homecoming chrmn, NSO. ROW FOUR - Kessel, Linda E, Morton Grove, Ill, ASQS. Kettleson, Joyce R, Monte Vista, Colo, A8iS, Dorm officer, Alpha Lambda Delta, Gamma Delta, French Club. Kezer, John, Loveland, Colo, ABS, Univ Choir, Phi Ep Phi, Class Council, Intl Affairs Commission, Alpha Kappa Lambda, tres. Kibboy, Marcia M, Santa Ana, Calif, Education, Delta Delta Delta, Clearing House, Silver and Gold. Kifer, Diana J, Wheat Ridge, Colo, ASKS, Pi Beta Phi, Silver and Gold, CU Skiing, Fresh Queen Attendant, Engr Ball Queen, Angel's Flight, Class Council, Alpha Lambda Delta. Kimberly, David L, Denver, Colo, Business, Alpha Kappa Psi, Circle K, CUAMA, lntramurals. Kinderman, Nancy J, Evansville, Ind, ALS, Delta Gamma, Silver and Gold, Nails. ROW FIVE - King, Michael S, Denver, Colo, A8rS, Sigma Alpha Mu, Songfest, Ski Club, Psi Chi, Spanish Club. King- dom, Lewis W, Boulder, Colo, Business, Sigma Nu, vice pres, tres, Scabbarcl ancl Blade, secy. Kington, Karen R, Alhambra, Calif, A8-S, Delta Delta Delta, Psi Chi, vice-pres, secy. Kiteley, DeeAnn F, Boulder, Colo, Music, Sigma Alpha lata, Miss CU runnerup, Univ Choir, Festival Chorus. Kinkade, John W, Gree- ley, Colo, A8.S, Delta Upsilon, pres, Silver and Gold, fresh class pres, soph class vicefpres. Klnnie, Dennis C, Julesburg, Colo, Engr, Alpha Phi Omega, IEEE, Sigma Tau, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi. Kirker, Howard A, Paramus, NJ, Engr, Sigma Tau. ROW SIX - Kirkpatrick, Pamela M, Glen Ellyn, Ill, A8iS, Colo Corps, CU Skiing, intl Fair, AWS rep, Alpha Delta Pi. ROW SEVEN - Kirkpatrick, Suzanne, St. Louis, Mo, A8-S. ROW EIGHT - Klatt, Gary E, Wheat Ridge, Colo, Business, NROTC. ROW ONE - Kleinwachter, John F, Tulsa, Okla, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, pres, IFC, Delta Sigma Pi. ROW TWO - Kleitsch, Mary S, St. Louis, Mo, Education, Kappa Alpha Theta, housemgr, Coloradan, Intl Fair. ROW THREE - Klos, Gretchen, Engelwood, Colo, Education. ROW FOUR - Kneifl, Donald C, Arvada, Colo, Business. ROW FIVE - Knuckles, Jack D, Dove Creek, Colo, Engr, IEEE. ROW SIX - Knudsen, Dorothy A, Terre Haute, Ind, A8iS, Deseret Club, LDS Institute Council, PT Club. ROW SEVEN + Kohr, 'Jeffrey G, Dallas, Tex, Engr, Alpha Phi Omega, pres, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Gamma Delta, Winter Carnival, AES Control Board, Student Development Foundation. Koht, Kathleen A, Colorado Springs, Colo, ALS. Koleski, James E, Broomfield, Colo, ASS. Koos, Mary A, Loveland, Colo, A81S, Rifle Club. Kopecky, Curtis J, Berwyn, Ill, Business, UMC Board Chrmn, ASUC Senator-at-large, Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Alpha Psi, Mt Lodge Committee, CU Skiing, Info Depot Dir, Assoc of College Unions-Intl Region H13 pres, Bookstore Advisory Committee Chrmn, Merchant Relations Committee, research dir. Korich, Rodney A, LaPorte, Ind, ALS, Intl Relations Forum, pres, Fresh Camp Counselor, Big Eight College Bowl. Kott, Judith G, Park Ridge, III, ABS. Kottmann, Brenda M, Grand Junction, Colo, A8tS, Dorm Council, Class Council. ROW EIGHT - Kreitler, Joan C, Short Hills, N J, A81S, Kappa Kappa Gamma, AWS rep, Panhel committee, CU Skiing. Kren- zel, Barbara A, Thorton, Colo, A8iS. Krenzel, Ronald L, Lake- wood, Colo, Business. Kress, Dianne E, Boulder, Colo, Educa- tion, Kappa Alpha Theta, Class Council, Kappa Delta Pi. Kress, William E, Boulder, Colo, Business, Acacia, CUAMA. Krohn, Richard I, Shaker Heights, Ohio, ASIS, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, BEC, Intramurals. Krueger, Kurt A, Granada Hills, Calif, A8-S, Kenkyu Club, Swim Team, Water Polo Coach, CU Skiing, Volleyball Coach. Kruer, Karen, Dayton, Ohio, Business, Alpha Chi Omega, pledgetrainer, Fencing Club, Sigma Lambda Phi, Beta Sigma, CU Skiing. -5 ijt., ,- 4- 'i7lE.a.-.,,t wi-.. -1, 7543 4.4 g- X 8 no end in sight for most of what we know ROW ONE - Kruse, Dennis Gene, Littleton, Colo, Busi, Alpha Phi Omega, Ski Club, Circle K, Alpha Kappa Psi, CUAMA, Winter Carnival. Krys, Joanne Zannie, Denver, Colo, ALS, Psi Chi, Ski Club, French Club. Kukla, Serenella, ASLS. ROW TWO - Kuldell, Robin, Denver, Colo, ASS. Kull, Barbara Ann, Palatine, Ill, ASIS, Alpha Omicran Pi, WRA, Ski Club. Kullas, Daniel Albert, Englewood, Colo, Engr, Phi Kappa Psi Activities Chrmn, Treas, Ski Club. ROW THREE - Kundahl, Kaye, Mercer Island, Wash, ASQS, Coloradan, Ski 81 French Clubs, International Fair, AWS Rep. Kurtz, Leslie Helen, Way- land, Mass, A8iS, Alpha Chi Omega, ASUC, Homecoming, Ski Club. Kyle, Michail Lee, Boulder, Colo, Engr, Intramural Soccer. ROW FOUR - LeFoe, Jeanne, Webster Groves, Missouri, AAS, Chi Omega, Coloradan, Silver and Gold. Lam, Blaine Preston, Boulder, Colo, Busi, Cross Country, Track. Lamb, Susan Jo, Santa Monica, Calif, Educ, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Panhel, Housemanager, Colo Corps. ROW FIVE - Lancaster, Gail Andrea, Aurora, Colo, A8iS, Integrated Studies. Land, Norman Richard, Baltimore, MD, Delta Upsilon Treas, Engr 84 Busi, Lacrosse, Rooleo, Phi Epsilon Phi, Chi Epsilon. Laney, William Karl, San Jose, Calif, Educ. ROW SIX - Lannom, Gene Ellen, Roswell, NM, A84S, Delta Delta Delta, Kappa Delta Pi. Lantry, Robert Bruce, Boulder, Colo, Music, Artist Series Comm, Symphony 8. Chamber Orchestra. Lantz, Thomas Allen, St Louis, Mo, A8iS, Phi Alpha Theta. ROW SEVEN - Larrey, Rennee, Houston, Texas, Educ, Ski Club, Cosmo, Colo Corp, YWCA. Larson, Krity Ann, Pepper Pike, Ohio, ASKS, Silver 81 Gold, Nails, Ski Club. Larson, Linda Anne, Garden Grove, Calif, ASQS, Cosmo, Spanish Club, Festival Chorus, India Assoc. ROW EIGHT - Larson, Mimi, Evergreen, Colo, A8.S, Kappa Alpha Theta, AID, Delta Phi Delta. Larson, Ocie Charles, Greeley, Colo, Archit, AIA. Larson, Peter M, Sioux Falls, SD, AGS, Sigma Nu, IFC. this is the beginning- a somewhat shaky start, but the beginning ROW ONE - Larson, Robert Lewis, Boulder, Colo, Engr, IEEE, Eta Kappa Nu. Laurence, Lynne Ingrid, Denver, Colo, Music, Festival Chorus, Sigma Alpha Iota. Lauridson, Mary Jean, Brighton, Colo, Educ, Big Sister Pro- gram. Lawrence, William Howard, Boulder, Colo, AES, French and Ger- man Club. ROW TWO - Layman, Ralph Engle Ill, Colo Spgs, Colo, Busi, Sigma Chi, Soc Chrmn, House mangr, Pres, Clearing House. Leach, Gregory Norwood, Chomedey, Quebec, Canada, ALS. Leach, Sharon Emily, Denver, Colo, ASS. Leadabrand, Thomas Daniel, Golf, Ill, A81S, Silver 81 Gold, YAF, TRI-C Club, Men's Glee, Phi Alpha Theta, Univ Theatre. ROW THREE - Lecker, Bonnie Lee, Littleton, Colo, AGS, Lee, Collis Joe, Houston, Tex, ALS. Lee, Jeffery Burge, Denver, Colo, Journalism. Lehan, Lyndall Elaine, Greeley, Colo, ASS, Gamma Phi Beta, ASUC, Ski Club. ROW FOUR - Lennartz, Frances Elizabeth, Denver, Colo, ALS, NSO, AWS Revue, Secy, YWCA: AWS Election Commission, RA. Lennox, Cheryl, Monte Vista, Colo, Busi, Ski Club, CUAMA. Lenzini, Michael, Walsenburg, Colo, AAS, NSO, Cosmo, ASUC, Campus Friends, RHA, Legis Comm, Minority Relations Comm, Freshman Camp. LePak, Gregory, Glen Ellyn, lll, ABQS. .94 I 2 MM? I ag, I-if SEQ , COUNTER CLOCK WISE - IStarl at Upper Left Corner, Levene, Barry Falkner, Denver, Colo, A8iS. Levin, James Leslie, Milwau- kee, Wis, Journ, Alpha Delta Sigma, Sigma Delta Chi, Phi Sigma Delta, Colo DAILY, Ski Club, Fr Football. Levine, Bruce, Denver, Colo, Business, Delta Sigma Pi, RA, Intramurals. Lewis, Barham Jean, San Antonio, Tex, Education, Silver and Gold, Ski Club, Pi Beta Phi. Levy, Mark R, Denver, Colo, A8fS, Zeta Beta Tau, Ski Club. Lewis, Ed L, Yuma, Colo, Engr, AES, RHA, IEEE. Lewis, Helen Doris, Wash DC, A8iS, SA, Clearing House. Lipton, Carol Jean, Ida Grove, Iowa, A8.S, Ski Club, DAILY, YAF, Silver and Gold. List, Donald William, Wheatridge, Colo, AES, ASCE. Little, Susan H, Helena, Mont, ALS, Ski Club, Ski Team. Lombardi, Barbara R, Denver, Colo, Education, YR, Italian Club. Long, William James, Colo Springs, Colo, Engr, Alpha Phi Omega, Sigma Tau, Star and Sextant. Loomis, Susan Virginia, Wichita Kan, Alpha Chi Omega, Silver and Gold, Colo Corps, Phi Alpha Theta, Oracle, Spurs. Loos, Steve, Chi Psi. Loose, Kenneth R, Wheatridge, Colo, A8iS. Lopez, Marsha Browning, Middletown, NJ, A8iS. Louring, Wendy, New York, NY, ASQS, Alpha Phi, Ski Club. Low, Miriam Jean, Boise, Idaho, ABQS, Phys Ther Club, Clearing House, Deseret Club. Lowe, James Allen, Denver, Colo, ALS, Arnold Air Society. Loughry, Daniel P, Denver, Colo, A8iS, Evans Scholar. Lowe, Frances Elaine, Colo Springs, Colo, Business. Luckey, Richard Roy, Sterling, Colo, A8.S. Ludeman, Karen Sue, Boulder, Colo, Educa- tion, Silver and Gold, Coloradan, Student CEA. Lukasze- wicz, Barham Marguerite, Colo Springs, Colo, ASQS, Ski Club, German Hon Club, Russian Club, Soph Women's Honorary. f zz Lumberg, Kristi Ann, Edgewater, Colo, A8iS, RA, YR. Lumherg, Mary Helen, Denver, Colo, Gamma Phi Beta, YR, President's List, Dean's list. Lupton, Julie Ann, Scottsdale, Ariz, A8iS, Chi Omega, Ski Club, Class Council, Daughters of the Golden Heart. Lurtz, William Otto, Chicago, lll, Business, CUAMA, Business Student Board, Ski Club, HOBART. Lynch, Myra Anne, Tulsa Okla, A8iS, Clearing House, SCEA. Lynn, Karan Kae, Colo Springs, Colo, Education, Colo Corps, Clearing House. McRae, Sharon Sands, Waco, Texas, A8.S, Spurs, Kappa Kappa Gam- ma, YR. Mahmood, Naidat Asker, Baghdad, Iraq, Engr, Arab Club, ASME. Malcolm, Elizabeth Grace, Jericho, NY, A8iS, Cos- mo Club, Hiking Club, Campus Friends. Mallory, Richard Smith, Denver, Colo, A8rS, Sigma Pi Sigma. Mandel, Donna Esther, Denver, Colo, Education, Ski Club, Folksong Club, SA, AWS. Mansfield, Gary Thomas, Boulder, Colo, A8iS, Ski Club, RA, Cosmo Club. Mansfield, Louise Littlehale, Akron, Ohio, ABS, Dorm Officer, Class Council, Phi Alpha Theta. Mansfield, Suzanne Bryant, Boulder, Colo, A8fS, Ski Club, Cosmo Club, IR Forum. Mansfield, Tamara, Antwerp, Belgium, A8tS, Alpha Chi Omega, French Club, German Club, Cosmo Club, Ski Club, PC, YWCA. Manuello, Ronald Ray, Sedgwick, Colo, Pharmacy, Phi Delta Chi, A Ph A, Council. Marrs, Sandra, Greeley, Colo, A8.S, Silver and Gold, Nails, Delta Gamma, Orchesis, Theatre. Marsh, Richard Allen, Wayne, NJ, A8iS, Delta Upsilon, Pi Sigma Alpha. Marshall, Freddie Edward, Jr, Lakewood, Colo, Engr, Dorm Officer. Marshall, Margaret Rae, Denver, Colo, A8tS, Spurs, Joint Finance Board, Hesperia, Panhel, Delta Gamma, Class Councils, Silver and Gold, Nails, Mortar Board, Angels Flight. surrounded b the new and the old .... . ROW ONE - Martinez, Virginia I., Clifton,Colo, A8fS, Maruyama, Linda L, Honolulu, Hawaii, AGS, Soph 8, Sr Class Coun, RHA, ASUC Colo Corp, Freshman Camp Coun. Mast, Maurene Gayle, Flossmoor, Ill, Educ, Chi Omega, Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl, YWCA, MENC: CU Choir, YR's. Matlock, Garrette L, LaCanada, Calif, Busi, Sigma Iota Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Psi, Racing Club, Matsui, Robin L, Hopkins Minn, ALS, Ski Club. Maxson, Patricia Jean, Denver, Colo, ALS, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Homecoming Comm. Coloradan. Maxwell, Sharon Lynn, Fort Worth, Tex, Educ. May, Barbara Frances, Colo Spgs, Colo, A8rS. ROW TWO - Mayfield, Robert Gil, Las Cruces, NM, A8.S, Phi Kappa Tau, IFC, Soph Class Coun Pres. Mayfield, Ronalee Ann, Loveland, Colo, ALS, Alpha Lambda Delta, Spurs, Soph Class Coun, Kappa Alpha Theta. McArthur, Claire, Ill, Denver, Colo, ASQS, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Epsilon Delta. McCabe, Susan Lee, Fremont, Calif, A8.S, Zeta Iota Tau VP, Silver 81 Gold, Soph Class Coun, Ski Club. McCandless, Steven Rob, Denver, Colo, A8tS. McColum, Gary Layne, Cortez, Colo, A8rS, Phi Alpha Theta, Ski Club, Band, Kappa Kappa Psi. McCormack, Jeffrey Holt, Wheatridge, Colo, Arts and Sci. McCormick, Barry Compton, Old Green- wich, Busi, Rl-lA Pres. ROW THREE - McCosh, Patricia Anne, Boulder, Colo, Busi, Alpha Chi Omega, Secy Tres, Colo Corp, Beta Sigma, Coloradan. McCoy, Robert Lee, Golden, Colo, ALS, Kappa Sigma, Navy ROTC. McCulloch, Roderick Douglas, Boulder, Colo, ALS. McDermott, Carol Sue, Margate City, NJ, Educ, Ski Club. McDonald, Patricia Kathaleen, Jackson Spgs, NC, Nursing. McEldowney, Ann Voorhees, Okla City, Okla, A8rS. McElroy, Cathryn Jean, Boulder, Colo, ALS, Phi Alpha Theta. McElroy, Mary Ann, Denver, Colo, A8rS, Delta Gamma, Symphony Orchestra. read to make those dreams come true ROW ONE - M:Fann, Janet Lynne, Denver Colo, Educ. McFarland, JoAnn, Denver, Colo, AGS, Alpha Lambda Delta, Dean's Academic Comm, Colo Scholar, Semi-finalist Homecoming Queen. McFarland, Tom Dyche, Blanca, Colo, Engr, ASME Pres, secy tres, Pershing Rifles, Cadet Club, Scabbord and Blade, ASCE. McGee, Susan M, Longmont, Colo, Educ, Festival Chorus. Mclntire, Randy Bar- ton, Colo Spgs, Colo, Sigma Tau, Engr, AIAA. Mclntyre, Donna Rae, Denver, Colo, A8tS, RA. McKay, Judity Ann, Duluth, Minn, A8tS. McKendry, Stephen Michael, Phoenix, Ariz, Busi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROW TWO - McKenna, Thomas Emmet, Dorchester, Mass, A8.S, YR's. Mclemore, Susan Lee, Franklinton, NC, ABQS, Delta Gamma, Dean's List, Coloradan, Hoof- beats. McLeran, Starr Elaine, Denver, Colo, A8.S. McNeill, Sheyla Florence, Denver, Colo, AGS, YWCA secy, Ski Club, Med Tech Class Pres, CSMTA. Mclaughlin, Jane Nils, Q Anne, Topeka, Kansas, ASS, RA. McMorris, Caryl Ja Ann, Studio City, Calif, Busi, Delta Delta Delta, Silver 8. Gold, Fr Class Council. McMurray Jr., Kermit Roosevelt, Kansas City, Mo., ALS, Varsity Basketball. McNulty, Kathleen Anne, Grand Junction, Colo, Educ, Clearing House. ROW THREE - McOuaid, James Lloyd, Denver, Colo, ASQS. McTigue, Michail Paul, Winnetka, Ill, A8tS. Meakins, Vickilou, Haxtun, Colo, Educ, Alpha Delta Pi, International Fair, CU Relays Attendant. Medill, Cozette LaRue, Denver, Colo, Educ, Hiding Club. Meister, Marletta Jane, Greene, NY, Busi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Beta Sigma. Melmed, Annette R, Denver, Colo, Educ, AWS Hearing Comm, Sigma Delta Tau, VP, AWS Revue. Meyer, Daniel Steven, Greeley, Colo, Busi, Phi Sigma Delta Treas. Meyer, Douglas Harlan, Wheatridge, Colo, Busi, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Activities 8- Scholarship Chrmn, Alpha Kappa Psi, Silver and Gold. I , l 523 524 ROW ONE - Michael, Nancy R, Brighton, Colo, A8rS, Zeta Tau Alpha, Judo Club, Cosmo, Greek Blood Bank, Cantebury Club. Michalek, Bernard J: Denver, Colo, Business. Michel, Sandra L, Wheat Ridge, Colo, Journalism, Theta Sigma Phi, Kappa Tau Alpha, ASUC Relig Studies, Dorm Council, Collegi- ate Choral. ROW TWO - Middleton, Robert A, Colorado Springs, Colo, Business. Miekle, Marcia I., Aurora, Colo, A8iS, Alpha Chi Omega, Fresh Camp Counselor. Miles, Stephen H, Boulder, Colo, Business, Delta Upsilon, vice-pres. ROW THREE - Miller, Judith K, Aurora, Colo, AGS, Clearing House, Festival Chorus, Miller, Maicla, Shawnee Mission, Kan, A8tS. Miller, Terryl A, Denver, Colo, Journalism. ROW FOUR - Miller, William H, Elyria, Ohio, AGS, Silver and Gold, Class Councils, Delta Tau Delta, Hammers, Gamma Iota Pi. Mincer, Steven W, Glenwood Springs, Colo, A8tS, Aca- cia, vice-pres, NSO, Class Council, Fresh Camp. Mitchell, Glenn A, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Engr, Hockey, Soccer, Cosmo. ROW FIVE - Mitchell, Michael M, Brush, Colo, AGS, Phi Kap- pa Psi, pres. Mix, Gary I., Center, Colo, Pharmacy. Miyazawa, Frank M, Denver, Colo, Pharmacy. ROW SIX - Moe, Christine A, Elgin, Ill, A8iS, Kappa Kappa Gamma, tres, scholarship chrmn, Silver and Gold, Sig Ep Daughters of the Golden Heart, pres, Spurs, Hesperia, tres, Nails, vice-pres, Class Council. Moen, Arild, Drammen, Norway, Engr, ASCE, ANSA, Cosmo, AES, LAGNAF Team, CU Skiing. Monaco, Robert R, Kearny, N J, A8iS, Sigma Phi Epsilon, CU Skiing, Silver and Gold, Italian Club. ROW SEVEN - Monroe, Ronda K, Decatur, lll, A8.S, Monte- ville, Arthur R, Newton Falls, Ohio, Engr, Eta Kappa Nu, tres, Tua Beta Pi, AES, Buff Flying Club, NESEP. Moore, Camille W, Memphis, Tenn, AGS, Delta Gamma, ASUC Election Commis- sion, CU Skiing. ROW EIGHT - Moore, Dorothy A, Denver, Colo, A8.S, Student Council, vice-pres, secy, Cosmo, Intl Forum. Moore, Margaret A, Littleton, Colo, AGS, Chi Omega, Academic Affairs Com- mission. Moore, Nancy E, Chagrin Falls, Ohio, A8.S, Alpha Phi, Greek Blood Bank rep. questions quickly float b , with onl ideas for answers time is the final test ROW ONE - Moore, Paul D, Schenectady, N Y, Business, Lambda Chi Alpha, rush chrmn, pledge trainer, vice-pres. Monyhan, Ann E, Colorado Springs, Colo, AGS, Gamma Phi Beta, vice-pres, Lambda Chi Alpha Sweetheart and Crescent girl, Colo Corps, Intl Fair. Morrison, .la E, Barrington, Ill, A8tS. Morton, Martha L, Denver, Colo, AGS. Mosalle, Vicki G, Los Angeles, Calif, AGS, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Aloha Lambda Delta. Mountel, Michael J, Boulder, Colo, A8tS. Mowery, Marsha H, Lakewood, Colo, ALS, Silver and Gold, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Epsilon Delta. Moyle, Charlotte, Salt Lake City, Utah, ALS, PT Club. ROW TWO -- Mrachen, George, Boulder, Colo, AGS. Murray, Laszlo, Boulder, Colo, A8-S: CU Skiing. Musgrave, David E. Oberlin, Kan, Business. Myers, Harold D, Pueblo, Colo, ABS. Myers, Robert, Easton, Conn, ABS, Chi Psi. Myers, Roberta K, Sterling, Colo, Pharmacy, Kappa Epsilon, pres, vice-pres, Rho Chi, secy, APhA. Myklebust, Elling J, Aalesund, Norway, Engr. Mystrom, Richard E, Garden Grove, Calif, AGS, Intramurals, CU skiing, Fresh Camp Coun. ROW THREE - Nakatsu, Ellen M, Hilo, Hawaii, A8-S Kenkyu Club, Hawaii Club, secy. Neiswander, David W, Denver, Colo, ALS. Nelson, Helene S, New York, NY, ALS, Pi Beta Phi. Nelson, Jo A, Monte Vista, Colo, AAS, French Club, German Club, Dorm officer, Merchant Relations Commission. Nelson, John E, North Avondale, Colo, Business. Nelson, Judith A, Denver, Colo, Education, Angel's Flight, secy, Kappa Delta Pi, Chi Omega. Nethaway, Nancy A, Denver, Colo, AGS, AWS Revue, 'Gamma Phi Beta, RA, lntl Fair, Rifle Club, Hearing Committee. Nethery, Martha R, Pueblo, Colo, A8tS, Chi Omega, Silver and Gold, Clearing House, Dean's List. ,,,,,.v. , . .L .-,a Vf+wff'f"4 1 V , F "auf ...C ima . .TF 5, -fffwn Q 4. -Jani fi V I V Q , , "1 4' " ' ya' v ' v .5 , In ' 1 ' - - .4224 I V V V4 "1 V ' 'V un J , ' 1 - g, , , , 's-,,-. -44 - ,D mfr, - ' ,,, 1 .irq , 'A yy, . -B X Q V , U N VA M f ' -V' . --157 4 - ,V '. gif Vw- V, ' . V " -1 'en I ' - V K , . ,Yr . :B "' 1 Q " A 21 - 4 " f- " 5,942 N ' ' 'K 't " , - -V - -VA V , .. - -. , A A4 - A- V , N.. ,-- Q 4, ks I 5.42 . ,N Af- 1,19 tk :lei 'f'.'f,1,L' ,gif BJPV .. 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YQ J 1 p,..'f ,2 f Vw ,AQ 3, ,Tl 1... 4- 'V ' I ,, 1-4 If , ff-., - , X A . . jo ,A l ,. I . - , if Q , , .1 ' ' , - " ' V' .V V- mf-V. V ' . I y X . f .P-a ,i: 1' J ,, ,I P V , 'EF J.. i kt ' , .- "' V -,.,,,af'- ,ii " ' v - ,f A--V A . 4. uf ' Q: ' ' ,JV - 4 1' ' '. 'J I " iffi- J ,f" '- , , ll, ' v - " ff f' I 1 if ' 1 . 4, , 1' iv, -M rf" ,IW - . V' f-MW " A ' ' ' ' I- . - -Q' , ' - V.p.-- ll ,xv A 1- ., -V 4 ' . A ' . ' , 'vs . A 31,1 ' ' '51 ,. ,5 PN wa A W 4- I 5, we . ROW ONE - O'Keeffe, Margaret A: San Juan, Puerto Rico, Journalism: Alpha Omicron Pi, secy: Intl Fair: Latin American Club: Spurs: Hesperia. Oberndorf, Donald M: Glencoe, lll: A8iS: Phi Kappa Tau: Sr Class pres: Sabres: Jr Class tres: Phi Ep Phi: Honors Union Council: Hockey. Obialerg, Virginia L: Wheat Ridge, Colo: A8iS: CU Skiing. Odell, Sally S: Rye, N Y: A8iS: CU Skiing: French Club: Russian Club, secy. tres: People-to-People: Jr Year Abroad. ROW TWO - Oechsle, Joan C: Lima, Peru: ASLS: Latin American Club: CU Skiing. Ogier, John E: Littleton, Colo: Business: Beta Gamma Sigma: Delta Sigma Pi: Intramurals. Olson, Karen: Boulder, Colo: AGS: CU Skiing: German Club. Olson, Kathryn A: Bemidji, Minn: ALS: Kappa Alpha Theta, rec secy: Silver and Gold: Little Sisters of Minerva: Daughters of the Golden Heart: Nails: Panhel. ROW THREE - Onishi, Patrick T: Honolulu, Hawaii: Architecture: AIA. Orme, Leonard G: Montrose, Colo: Architecture: AIA: AFROTC. Orsborn, Janice L: Lakewood, Colo: Education. Orsborn, Richard E: Wheat Ridge, Colo: A8iS: Festival Chorus: Men's Glee Club: Relig Programming Com- mission. ROW FOUR - Ortiz, Jose H: Carolina, Puerto Rico: Engr: AFROTC: Per- shing Ritles: Arnold Air Society: AIAA. Otoupatik, .loan M: Greeley, Colo: ALS: Alpha Lambda Delta: Honors Program: Jr Year Abroad. Overholt, Stephanie E: Denver, Colo: ALS: Alpha Delta PI: AWS rep: Phi Alpha Theta: Intl Fair. Owens, Linda L: Littleton, Colo: A8iS: Delta Delta Delta: Alpha Lambda Delta: Silver and Gold: Sig Ep Daughter of the Golden Heart: Nails. but never completely erase the dreams of toda ' J -an-..v-we-g 2 for tomorrow is onl an extension of today ,LEFT COLUMN - Page, Beverly, Boulder, Colo, Education, Silver and Gold. Painter, Lillian J, Naturita, Colo, ALS. Palagonia, Patricia A, Whippany, N J, A8iS, CU Skiing. Palmieri, Rodney A, Santa Rosa, Calif, Pharmacy, Rho Chi, pres, A Ph A, pres,'vice-pres, natl convention rep, Phi Delta Chi, secy. Pannke, Gerd H T, Florence, Colo, A8iS. Parella, Susan W, Wichita, Kan, A8-S, Pi Beta Phi, Phi Alpha Theta. Parker, James O, Denver, Colo, Architecture, AIA, secy. Parks, Ann B, Pittsford, N Y, AES, Alpha Omicron Pi, Phi Alpha Theta, CU Skiing. RIGHT COLUMN - Parrish, Oliver N, Fairbanks, Alaska, A8iS, Phi Gamma Delta, CU Skiing, Pate, Myrna, Littleton, Colo, AAS, Alpha Phi, HUDS, Greek Blood Bank. Patel Kirit, Nadiad, India, Engineering. Paul, Janice M, Orange, Calif, Education. Pauley, Alan, Pueblo, Colo, Business. Paxton, David A, Denver, Colo, Engr. Pedotto, Judeth D, Arvada, Colo, A8iS, CU Skiing, IRC, YD's, secy. Pedrett, Robert J, Denver, Colo, Business. - 'gwva' H 5' Al :ggi -. 2 V 1 .:??- "lj E .vzjfif . . '- ' - Y- ' W :Nu Am , -V 'I XX K' v,,w A0 C 9.,Ey, i, . A1 .X no-39' Q'-.-' . v4 'nv s. Zi? H W.. Je- Qiy.-fzfi M. ,i M . I if A053 u 'f f . K -x w lu,-i ,- 351' L! 5 Allftd, - xg, l 4. az-eff 1 . 530 ROW ONE - Pierotti, Robert S, Walsenburg, Colo, Business. Pieser, Baniamin A, New Ulm, Minn, Business, Zeta Beta Tau, pres, secy, Class Council, IFC, CUAMA, Homecoming Committee. Pigford, Patricia J, Beaumont, Tex, A8rS, RA, Dorm officer, Con- servative Club, Silver and Gold, lnterhall Council, Spanish Club. Pigman, James L, Arvada, Colo, A8,S, President's List, transfer, Northwestern. ROW TWO - Peppin, Judith W, Aurora, Colo, ASIS. Pirie, Kathryn L, Kenilworth, lll, A8,S, Kappa Alpha Theta, sr rep, SAE Little Sisters of Minerva, Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Society. Plog, Christine M, Newport Beach, Calif, Business, Beta Sigma, pres. Plotkin, Natalie, Denver, Colo, A8iS. ROW THREE - Plotsky, Kenneth, Kansas City, Missouri, A8IS. Podolsky, Donald M, Forest Hills, N Y, Engr, AIAA, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi. Pollard, Harry V, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Busi- ness, Circle K, pres, Cuama, Delta Sigma Pi, Cosmo. Polumbus, Richard T, Denver, Colo, Business, Phi Gamma Delta, Sr Class tres, football, golf. ROW FOUR - Pook, Mary E, Boulder, Colo, ASIS, Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Phi Alpha. Pressler, Margaret H, Muncie, Ind, Music, Symphony Orch, Chamber Orch, transfer, Stephens College. Price, Richard K, Deertrail, Colo, Engineering, Chi Psi. Prichard, Kirk B, Englewood, Colo, Music, Phi Mu Alpha, tres, Kappa Kappa Psi, pres, Men's Marching Band, CU Woodwind Quintet, Symphonic Band, Concert Band, Orchestra, Jazz En- semble, Student Music Ed Natl Conference. A8,S. ROW. FIVE - Prince, Jacqueline K, San Diego, Calif, Prull, Dale E, Loveland, Colo, Engr, Sigma Pi Sigma, pres, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi, AES. Pyeatt, Andrus B, Palisade, Colo, ASIS. Quade, Susan E, Pasadena, Calif, Education, Delta Gam- ma, Pub Relations Commission, secy, Elections Commission, Dorm rep, Panhel Rush Coordinator, Greek Week Committee. ROW SIX - Ralston, Sandra K, Indianapolis, ind, A8rS, Alpha Phi, UMC Pub Committee, Oracle, lntl Fair, Coloradan. Rapport, Lawrence R, Chicago, Ill, Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, soc chrmn, Little Sister chrmn, IFC, NROTC. Raybum, James C, Colorado Springs, Colo, A8.S, Sigma Phi Epsilon, CU Skiing. Read, Richard D, Littleton, Colo, Engr, AROTC, AICHE, Scabbard and Blade, pres, Soc of Am Militaty Engi- neers, pres, vice-pres. ROW SEVEN -' Reardon, .lohn,B, Falmouth, Mass, ALS, CU Skiing. Rebich, Michael S, Englewood, Colo, Engr, Basketball. Rector, Clarence A, Boulder, Colo, Engr, Sigma Pi Sigma. Reed, Robbin C, Oregon, Ill, A8tS, Class Council, Pi Beta Phi, Sigma Alpha Eta, transfer, Denison Univ. ROW EIGHT - Reiland, Barbara G, Sante Fe, N M, A8iS, Kappa Kappa Gamma, corres secy, Alpha Lambda Delta, Spurs, Pan- hel Chrmn, Kappa Delta Pi, CU Skiing, Coloradan. Reimann, Suzanne A, Elmhurst lll, A8iS, transfer, Univ of New Hamp, Delta Zeta, Skiing, Racing Club. Reinert, David R, Washington, Kansas, Business. Remple, John D, Colorado Springs, Colo, A8rS. .Q Lf? 45, I wp. M ,pn ,fy-5 ' - he-1 it J ,-'EY' 'I . 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TJ," 'sk asf:-L-.gy 1-57 ga- va mp .- - , . 4 , 1 nik:-4 .5'z- -14 .,ffgg,, .+ .-i.jI1::f egg :fl ""f'w 2'-FV ik :f - ,, v:ff"E-'ffxfi-91--'Q ll, f T"-nn--1 n A vi- M-J n. 1- 1 ' :mia 51f.'ffg.p.C --4,jW3'. ' 212 ev f, , y d., , ,zwa U 2.x U. W, "1 33'3.flf3gEviHg.:, Y EV.f-Lavilxif - c Yffmi w,?'lTW1Z': za? - g,:.n31r,,-,., , A ' Fi fm, ' A, jQ'fg,fl.g ,154 A fig N-- . lr!-X H yu.,- V f MQ. , qw: ., V '-1 ' .v . Li., V :,k1L,HiUA . I 'iffflf T275 E K "fi I W Q ,, 532 ROW ONE - Rigo, Susan Ann, Menno, S D, AAS, Deseret Club, Physical Therapy Club. Riley, Jane! Josephine, Denver, Colo, Psi Chi. Ritchie, Karen Kay, Fredericksburg, Iowa, A8.S, Rizzutto, James Thomas, Jr, La.lunTa, Colo, Busi, Italian Club. Roberts, William John, Lakewood, Colorado, Engineering and School of Business, Alpha Chi Sigma, Pres., Master of Ceremonies, American institute of Chemi- cal Eng., Secretary, A.E.S. ROW TWO - Robertson, Diana Joy, Denver, Colo, ASLS, Collegiate Chorale, Russian Club, Luzo-Brazilian Club. Robinson, Judy, Lakewood, Colo, Education. Rockwell, Rich- ard William, Pasadena, Calif, A815 Rodell, Eileen Maria, Denver, Colo, A8iS, Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Delta Phi Alpha, Ski Club, Silver and Gold, Fr Class Council. Roemer, Oliver P. Ill, Rialto, Calif, Business. 1,1 a change from spring to summer, the dawning ofa new life ROW ONE - Rogers, Franklin Earl, Del Norte, Colo, Pharmacy, Alpha Phi Alpha, Varsity Foot- ball, Varsity, Baseball. Rogers, Kathryn Ann, Colo Spgs, Colo, ABS, Chi Omega, Founders Award, MRHA, Silver 8: Gold, APO-DPO. Roland, Mitchel Martez, Boulder, Colo, A8.S. ROW TWO - Roland, Virginia Lee, Billings, Montana, ALS. Roper, Gilbert I, Grand Junction, Colo, Engr, IEEE. Rosebraugh, Linda Lou, Wheaton, Ill, ALS, Gamma Phi Beta Treas, NSO, Colo Corp, Soph Class Council. ROW THREE - Rosen, Joyce Ruth, Tenafly, NJ, ASS, Gamma Phi Beta. Roshek, Lorraine, Dubuque, lowa, Journalism, Pi Beta Phi Soc Chrmn, Soph Class Council, Gamma Alpha Chi Pres. Rosmann, Michail Ray, Harlan, Iowa, AAS, Psi Chi, Newman. ROW FOUR - Roten, Laura Ann, Fairfield, Conn, A8-S, Ski Club, AWS. Roth, Anne K, Lake Oswego, Oregon, AHS, Chi Omega, Young Rep's, International fair. Rouse, Virginia R, Den- ver, Colo, Arts 8. Science. ROW FIVE - Rudolph, William Riggs, Santa Barbara, Calif, A8rS, Delta Tau Delta, Football, Rugby, Silver 8. Gold, Gamma lata Pi, FLA, TFTF Pres. Rueckert, Frederick Kent, Chagrin Falls, Ohio, Busi, Sigma Nu, CUAMA, Senior Class Council. Russell, Cynthia, Rumson, N J, ASQS, Ski Club, Choir. ROW SIX - Russell, Fred Patrick, Englewood, Colo, A8-S, Clearing House. Ryan, John T, Aurora, Colo, Engr, Varsity Gymnastics. Sadler, Chester James, Boulder, Colo, Engr, Delta Upsilon, A l ChE, Ski Club. ROW SEVEN - Sandt, Katherine Ann, Minneapolis, Minn, Educ, Delta Gamma Housemanger, Silver 84 Gold, Ski Club, Merchant relations Comm, Homecoming Comm. Santos, Olivia Mar- garita, Penterrey, Mexico, Educ, Latin Amer 81 Cosmo Clubs. Sasa, Paul, Henderson, Colo, Engineering. ROW EIGHT - Sato, Norman Tadao, Lihue, Hawaii, Engr, IEEE, Hawaiian Club, lntramurals. Schafer, Marilyn Diane, Wheaton, Ill, A8iS, Ski Club, Dean's List, Phi Alpha Theta. Schaffner, Barham Dee, Denver, Colo, A8iS, Clearing House, NSO, Course Evaluation Comm. ,ful . ix . L it ..e,i!,.,H7'j-t, ' 'E - I' V ' V, , 4" E ,. ir my .. ' A ,, ,ye ., ,. -ti. ir, tix .ff"! , , ' yfftt- Zfnf. M . 13:14 4' :S df'-fl 1. A-ix I +L, A '.:'.'-' gy.-,V yrs. it . r rw., ' -- X ' i - sig L . si jj' , ,l i i ,i V-5-.,.' . ' - - ' gf. ., Q ' 'm "3 'Lf f 5 f- ' x 31,1 .,-'hi ' 1,1 , 5 , - Gi- A- gt- .g..- . "li 1. -' L 34 springtime memories ROW ONE -- Schleppenbach, Frank X, Boulder, Colo, Engr, Chi Epsilon, ASCE, Rocky Mountain Water Polution Control Federation. Schmidt, Beverly Anne, Long Grove, lll, A8tS, Delta Delta Delta, Silver and Gold, Spurs, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Alpha Theta. Schmitz, Mariorie Ann, Evanston, lll, AAS, Homecoming Comm, Zeta Tau Alpha, Dorm Officer. Schnitz, Tim, Lakewood, Colo, ALS. Schnell, Richard Allen, Chicago, Ill, Business. Scribner, Nancy Van Dyke, Winnetka, lll, AGS, Alpha Chi Omega, Class Council, Ski Club, Festival Chorus, HUDS. Scholl, Karen, Los Altos, California, A8.S. Schumacher, Jacqueline VA, Phoenix, Ariz, Education, Newman Club. ROW TWO - Schwelka, Susan Barbara, Englewood, Colo, A8tS, AWS, Class Council. Sclaroff, Allen,-Moorestown, NJ, A8tS, Track, Phi Sigma Delta, Pres, Homecoming. Scott, Robert Kenmer, Boulder, Colo, Engr, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, AES, ASME. Seeberg, Leslie Dumas, Englewood, Colo, A8tS, Ski Club. Seely, Fred T, Lafayette, Calif, Engr, AES, ASME, Silver and Gold, Sigma Nu, Varsity Basketball. Segal, Leslie Jean, Waco, Texas, ALS, Cosmo Club. Selders, Thomas Earl, Greeley, Colo, A8,S, Chev- aliers, Ski Club, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Pres. Selvis, Dennis Michael, Boulder, Colo, Business, Arnold Air Society. ROW THREE - Seufer, Tommy Dean, Holly, Colo, A8iS, Phi Kappa Tau. Seydel, Fred, Denver, Colo, A8fS, Honors Union Council, Pres, ASUC, Finance Board, Tangent, Co-editor, Acacia, Pacesetter, Phi Ep Phi, Boet- tcher Scholar, Silver and Gold, RA, Freshman Camp. Seyl, Louise P, Evans- ton, lll, ALS, Alpha Kappa Delta. Seymour, Jane Louise, Schenectady, NY, A8-S, Alpha Chi Omega, Ski Club, Merchant Relations Comm, Bridge Club. Shafer, Carolyn Estes, Boulder, Colo, A8tS. Shaffer, Stephen Michael, Boulder, Colo, ALS, Clearing House, Freshman Camp. Shaiman, Charlene F, Denver, Colo, Educ, Alpha Epsilon Phi. Shea, Clair M, Scranton, Po, Nursing. mixed with winter's fears TS' - fl!g,.N, L , M 'A is lilllllil l ' M ' few 'al A J gs, an all will , an 1 l ..-4 -,Q-un -.-Q4 I-AJ4 I 531, A Ll.-.L L"'Hu ' I All A . -UY1 ga--l.3.i:4 ,iw 1.1 my. .. 5365 I3 -eu. ROW ONE - Sheda, Jo R, Lakewood, Colo, A8iS, Delta Phi Delta. Shep- herd, Anne Elaine, Yuma, Colo, Business, Alpha Phi, Beta Sigma. Shep- pard, Ann McKay, Plainfield, NJ, A8.S, Ski Club, AWS, Class Council. Sheridan, Mary Kay, Denver, Colo, A8rS, YD, YWCA, Newman Club. Sherman, Melinda Anne, Mukwonago, Wis, A8.S, Canterbury Club, Gamma Phi Beta, Ski Club, Spurs, Panhel. Shewvin, Frank Cullen, Broom- field, Colo, Business, Marching Band, Concert' Band. Shewitz, Kenneth Mark, West Orange, NJ, Phi Sigma Delta, Lacrosse, Ski Club, Program Council, Racing Club. Shipman, Richard Anton, Englewood, Colo, ABS. ROW TWO - Shirk, Richard Leo, Palos Verdes, Calif, A8iS. Short, Barbara Louise, Schenectady, NY, Education, RA, SA, Ski Club, Italian Club. Sietman, Diane Lee, Palatine, Ill, A8rS, NSO, Alpha Phi, HUDS. Silverman, lrwin Stuart, Denver, Colo, ALS, Phi Beta Kappa, Honors Union Council, NSO, Hillel, Student Relations Commission. Siler, Larry Gene, Tampa, Florida, Business. Singer, Danial Louis, Denver, Colo, Engineering. Skeer, Janey B, Kansas City, Mo, ALS, Program Comm, Nails, Panhel-IFC Sec, Alpha Epsilon Phi, lnt'l Affairs. Skull, louis Lyn, Denver, Colo, Business, Intramurals. ROW THREE - Sims, Vivian Marlene, Indpolis, Ind, ASS, Greek Week Comm, Alpha Phi. Siu, Elfrida Cecilia, Panama, Engr, Sigma Tau, Cosmo Club, SWE, Latin-American Club, SIAM. Sloan, Patricia Colleen, Madison ind, ALS, Ski Club, People-to-people, Chi Omega, lnt'l Affairs Comm, Smay, John, Shelocta, Pa, Engr, IEEE, Eta Kappa Nu. Smee, Christine Carolyn, Fort Lupton, Colo, AGS, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Alpha Lambda Delta, Silver and Gold, Ski Club. Smith, Herry Cleston, Commerce City, Colo, Engr, Tau Beta Pi, ASME. Smith, Ronald Jack, Sterling, Colo, ALS, Class Council, Soph Class Pres, Baseball, Board of Pubs, Finance Board, Alumni Affairs Commissioner, Sr V-P, Sabres, Phi Ep Phi. Smith, Sue Mar- guerite, Arlington Heights, Ill, Education, Ski Club. 'fiva-'qgiig N 1 ' ' '4i'liV" illlziui- Y '. 'Q'-4. 'u.,.- 75? new horizons await ou ROW ONE - Smitherman, Donna A, Greeley, Colo, Education, Clearing House. Snider, Joel M, Pueblo, Colo, Engr, AICHE. Solma, Nancy M, South Holland, Ill, Education, Class Council, Silver and Gold, Natl Ed Assoc, SU Skiing. Sortland, Kenneth N, Brooklyn, NY, A8-S, CU Skiing, lntramurals, Football, Soccer, Basket' ball, Cosmo, Lagnaf. Soule, Gary G, Pharmacy, Rho Chi, A Ph A. Spanarella, John E, Denver, Colo, A8-S. Specketer, Jean A, Loveland, Colo, ABKS, RA, Sigma Lambda Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Hesperia. Spencer, Marron M, Duluth, Minn, Education. ROW TWO - Spinney, Susan H, Denver, Cala, ASQS, Kappa Kappa Gamma, pledge trainer, Skiing, Newman Club, Dorm officer, Greek Week, Sr Council, YWCA. Stacey, Frederick W, Ashland, Ore, AAS, YR's, Arab Club. Staley, Scott J, Arvada, Colo, A8.S. Stancyk, Stephen E, Lakewood, Colo, A8.S, Class Council. Stunfield, Marni, Waukegan, lll, ALS, Chi Omega. Stanievfski, Francine A, Denver, Colo, AAS, Gamma Phi Beta, Winter Carnival Queen, SA. Starr, Ellen L, Man- chester, N H, A8rS, Anthro Club, Castles Belles. Stebbins, Sara, Quincy, Ill, A8rS, Folk Song Club, Alpha Gamma Delta, Panhel Committee, C Bar U Riders, Skiing. E fond memories of the past present hopes and ambitions apprehensions ofthe unknown ROW ONE - Sutch, Mariorie Lynn, Mercer lsland, Wash, A8iS, Gamma Phi Beta, Secy, Panhel, Soph 8. Jun Class Coun, Colo- radan, Girls Swim Team. Suyama, Robert Masary, Denver, Colo, Engr, Varsity Rifle Team, SAME Pres, IEEE, Kenkyu Club, ROTC. Swanson, David Elmer, Denver, Colo, Journalism. Swedlund, Marla Lou, Youa, Colo, Journalism, Daily, Alpha Lambda Delta, Theta Sigma Phi, Ski Club. Sweetland, Ruth Dierdre, Pasadena, Calif, Educ, Delta Gamma, Little Sister of Minerva, Silver 8- Gold. Sweney, Jacqueline, Peoria, Ill, A8iS, Kappa Alpha Theta, Pres, Mortar Board, Clearing House, Psi Chi, Angels Flight, Silver 81 Gold, Little Sister of Minerva. Tremmel, Carol Ann, Denver, Cola, A8rS, Cosmo Secy, Cleairng House. Triplett, Thomas A, Osgood, Ind, A8rS, Sigma Phi Epsilon, IFC, Silver 8. Gold, PIG Chrmn. ROW TWO - Trotsky, Linda Beth, Denver, Colo, A8iS, Ski Club, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Program Council, Honors Comm. Trump, William Edward, Jr. Boulder, Colo, Busi, Ski Club. Tussey, Dennis Lloyd, Boulder, Colo, A8rS. Tyner, Holly Jean, Denver, Colo, ALS, Alpha Chi Omega-Secy, Ski Club, Spanish Club, NEA. Taoka, Ronald William, Hudson, Colo, A8rS. Taylor, Anne Holland, Boulder, Colo, AGS. Taylor Jr, John Cann, Den' ver, Colo, Pharmacy, APA, Phi Delta Chi. Taylor, Robert Burr, Colo Spgs, Colo, Archit, AIA. ROW THREE - Templer, Eddie Calvin, Eads, Colo, A8,S, Phi Kappa Psi, Ski Club, Racing Club, Air Force Drill Team. Thaemert, Wayne Jay, Denver, Colo, Busi, Skiing, Gamma Delta, Alpha Kappa Psi, Delta Sigma Pi. Thaut, Allan George, Wilsall, Montana, Enar, Tau Beta Pi-Pres, Outstanding Plclg, Sigma Tau, AIAA, NROTC, Drill Team, Star 81 Sextant. Thomas, Fennovee Ann, Houston, Tex, Music, Festival Chorus, Women's Glee. Thomas Richard R, Denver, Colo, A8-S. Thompson, Arlene Esther, Wheatriclqe, Colo, A8iS, Silver 8, Golcl, Sigma Lambda Phi-Pres, Sec, ASUC, Director Student Deve Foundation. Thomp- son, Beatrice Ann, Wheatridge, Colo, AAS, Homecoming, Ski Club, Soph 81 Jr Class Coun, Alpha Omicron Pi, International Fair. Thompson, David Hathaway, Boulder, Colo, ABS, Alpha Chi Sigma. ani i ready? ROW ONE - Thompson, Dineen, Thornton, Colo, ASS. Thomp- son, Phyllis Ann, Monument, Colo, AGS. ROW TWO - Thomson, Tom Wilbur, Corona del Mar, Calif, A8rS, Busi, Delta Sigma Phi, Circle K, CUAMA, Ski Club. Thrasher, Milton Marris, Buckhead, Geo, Busi, Delta Sigma Pi-Secy, Beta Alpha Psi. ROW THREE - Thurman, Carol Esther, Carbondale, Colo, Music, Choir, Festival Chorale, Sigma Alpha Iota-Secy, Pres, Gamma Phi Beta, Tiedeman, Pamela Sue, Boulder, Colo, Educ, Delta Gamma, Ski Club, YWCA, YR's. ROW FOUR - Tierney, Timothy Patrick, Canon City, Colo, Educ. Tobias, Yvonne Heather, Denver, Colo, ALS, Anthro Club, Alpha Omicron Pi, Standards Off. ROW FIVE - Todd, Vickie Jean, Boulder, Colo, A8rS, Sigma Lambda Phi. Tolman, Margaret Jane, Grand Junction, Colo, ALS, Choir. ROW SIX - Tremaine, Helen Maud, Greenwich, Conn, A8rS, Daily, World Affairs Comm. Ulrich, Barbara Lynn, Troy, Ohio, AAS, Alpha Delta Pi Pres, Homecoming, French Club, Ski Club, international Fair, AWS Revue. ROW SEVEN - Uhrmocher, Eric Wayne, St Louis, Mo, Busi. Uliana, Wayne Gilbert, Denver, Colo, ASQS. ROW EIGHT - Ulmer, Barbara Joan, Wheatridge, Colo, ALS, Sigma Lambda Phi. Valdez, Linda Ann, Eagle Pass, Tex, Busi, Gamma Phi Beta, Silver 8, Gold, Colo Corp, Greek Week, Pan- hel Pres, ASUC. if 4'-.51 .. , , A ,Hi A it ,, ra J ,, 'H 'i , V 'N XX not really an exchange- for dreams are reality, truth is your own belief 'fa nw 151 :Q 1 24" R P 5'- 9' xa W vu- h ,S -ff .V 'xx 1 :Eh 1 f , , at U , V ' ' Lb P V L r i F r i ROW ONE - Weber, Lawrence James, Littleton, Colo, Engr, AES, ASME, Cosmo Club. Weidum, Kath- leen Gail, Boulder, Colo, A8iS, Hiking Club, Kappa Phi, Class Council, Campus Crusade for Christ. Weigand, Linda Marie, Alva, Okla, ASS, Univ Choir. Weinstein, Joy Ann, Englewood, Colo, A8iS, Freshman Camp, Clearing House, Berkely Transfer. Weiss, James Samuel, Denver, Colo, A8iS. Weiss, Jean Caroline, Allentown, Pa, Nursing, Navy Nurse Corps. Welch, George Michael, Denver, Colo, Busi- ness, Sigma Nu, Class Councils, Alpha Kappa Psi, Silver and Gold, IFC. Weller, Eleanor Anne, Denver, Colo, ROW TWO -- Wentworth, Elizabeth Ann, Lake Bluff, III, Business, Dorm Officer, WRA Ski Team, Ski Club, Racing Club, Pres, Spurs, Silver and Gold, CUAMA, Porpaise, Winter Carnival, YWCA, Whitcomb, Sharon Judith, Denver, Colo, A8rS, Dorm Officer, French Club, RA, Women's Advisory Comm, Work Study. White, Constance, Englewood, Colo, A8iS, Choir, Clearing House, Standards Pres, White, Joan Lynn, Englewood, Colo, A8-S. White, John Douglas, LaGrange, Ill, Business, Chi Psi, Silver and Gold, Dorm Officer, Freshman Camp, Class Council. Wien, Peter Amann, Denver, Colo, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Delta Sigma. Wildau, Richard Alyn, Shaker Hts, Ohio, AGS, Cosmo Club, Racing Club, Ski Club, Psi Chi, Campus Friends. Williams, Colleen Mae, Boulder, Colo, Education, Silver and Gold, Ski Club, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Student CEA, Collegiate Chorale. ROW THREE - Williams, Edward, Denver, Colo, Var- sity Basketball. Williams, Elva Bernice, Greeley, Colo, Engr, Ski Club, AES, AIAA, Society of Women Engrs. Williams, Ted C, Littleton, Colo, AAS, Geal Club, Psychology Club, Spanish Club, Field Work. Willing, Margaret Clare, Denver, Colo, Education, RHA, V-P, AWS. Willoughby, Robin Partin, LaCanada, Calif, Education, Chi Omega, Dean's List, AWS, Silver and Gold, YWCA, YR. Willson, Victor Lloyd, Colo Springs, Colo, A8iS, Scabbard and Blade, Alpha Phi Omega, Club First Nighter, Winter Carnival, Freshman Camp. Wilson, Donn Herschel, Loveland, Colo, Business. Wilson, Lois M, Laguna Beach, Cali- fornia, A8tS. W , ROW FOUR - Wilson, Patricia A, Lakewood, Colo, Business, Alpha Delta Pi, vice-pres, tres, Panhel, Capers, tres, NSO, Greek Week, CUAMA, Homecom- ing committee, Dorm officer, Coloradan, Silver and Gold. Wilson, Sanford H, Boulder, Colo, Business, Wilson, Susan, Lubbock, Tex, Education. Wingate, Barbara E, Piedmont, Calif, A8rS, Chi Omega, Sig Ep Daughter of the Golden Heart, tres, Dorm Officer. Witte, James L, Denver, Colo, ABQS, Colorado Daily, Board of Pubs, Sigma Delta Chi. Witter, Jack P, Belvedere, Calif, Business. I ROW FIVE - Wolf, Marlys E, Denver, Colo, Educa- tion. Woitanowicz, Gregory P, Westchester, Ill, ASQS, Chi Psi. Wolgast, Karen J, Miami Springs, Fla, ABS, Class Councils, Castle Belles, Oracle, UMC Board. Woocllief, Pamela J, Louisville, Ky, A8iS, Alpha Gamma Delta, ed, tres, Skiing, Lambda Chi Crescent Girl. Woods, Kathleen B, Schenectady, New York, ASS. Worchester, Nancy, Bay Village, Ohio, A8iS, Kappa Kappa Gamma, officer, Class Councils, Silver and Gold, Nails, Intl Fair, Coloradan, Dorm officer, Panhel, Skiing. Worek, Eva M, Chicago, Ill, Educa- tion, Sigma Lambda Phi, Homecoming Committee, Dorm officer. Wright, Brenda S, Denver, Colo, A8iS, Silver and Gold. ROW SIX - Wright, James L, Beverly Hills, Calif, A8tS. Wright, Nancy K, Palos Verdes, Calif, ASS, Chi Omega, Silver and Gold, Alpha Lambda Delta. Wudtke, Janice M, ldalia, Colo, Education. Wuest, Wilmer L, Greeley, Colo, A8,S, Psi Chi, Alpha Epsilon Delta. Wunsch, Dan A, Washington, D C, ASS, Williams Village soc chrmn, Track. Wyczawski, Linda Ruth, Denver, Colo, Education, Alpha Delta Pi, AWS rep, Skiing, Cosmo. Yasunaga, Lawrence I, Hono- lulu, Hawaii, Business, Hawaii Club. ROW SEVEN - Young, Bonnie R, Westminster, Colo, ASS, Cosmo. Youritz, lan R, Boulder, Colo, ABQS, Class Council, IR Forum, pres, Sabres, vice-pres, Natl Affairs Commissioner, ASUC Culture Commis- sioner. Yriberri, Raoul A, Los Gatos, Calif, Journalism, Coloradan, Sigma Delta Chi, Lambda Chi Alpha, vice-pres, secy, AROTC, Dorm officer. Zavelle, Alexandra, West Newton, Mass, A8iS, Dorm officer, Silver and Gold, Players Club, Antho Club, tres, secy, pres. Zeller, Eric I, Penfield, N Y, Engr, Delta Upsilon. Zelinkoff, Susan R, Wichita, Kan, ALS, Alpha Chi Omega, rush chrmn, pledge trainer, Phi Alpha Theta, Class Councils, Homecoming Committee, Silver and Gold, Panhel, Election Commission, French Club. Zirakzadeh, lradi, Tehran, Iran, Engr, IEEE, AES. Zordol, Richard P, Pueblo, Colo, Engr, IEEE. 14??'w 'X I 1 I 9 I index Manning, Thurston .122 .417 general index facult and staff Ball, Duane . Barnes, Hazel . Bamett, Glenn . . Boulding, Kenneth . Bowen, David . . Burger, Douglas . Carpenter, M. Helen Demaree, John . , Ferris, Jean . Graves, C. Dean . Hawkins, Robert . Johnson, P. Raymond Lesser, George . , Levitt, Paul . . Mitchell, John , . Mitchell, W .... Muirhead, David . Parish, Pauline , , Pierce, Frances . . Quigley, E. James . Robb, Margaret . Roberts, Dwight . . Scott, William . Sears, Donald . . Simon, Walter . . Smiley, Joseph . . Tyler. Scott . Volsky, Theodore . Walseth, Russell , Weir, Walter . . Wilson, Eugene ., . Yoder, R. Clifford . Young, Earl . . . 546 organizations Acacia .,..... African Students Assoc. . Air Force ROTC , . . . Alpha Chi Omega . . Alpha Delta Pi .... Alpha Epsilon Delta . . Alpha Epsilon Pli . . . Alpha Gamma Delta . , Alpha Kappa Lambda . Alpha Kappa Psi , . . Alpha Omicron Pi . . Alpha Phi ..... Alpha Phi Omega . . . Alpha Tau Omega . , American Institute of Aeronautics and Astro- nautics ,..... American Institute of Chemical Engineers , American Society of Civil Engineers . , . American Society ot Mechanical Engineers Angel's Flight .... Army ROTC ..... Associated Engineering Students ..... Associated Students of the University of Colorado IASUCI . . Associated Women Students lAWSl . . Beta Theta Pi ..,. Beta Sigma ..... Board of Publications . Business School Student Board ...... Calico and Boots . Canterbury Club . Castle Belles . . C Bar U . . . Chessmen . . . Chi Epsilon . . Chi Omega . . Chi Psi .,... Christian Science Organization . Circle K ..... Clearing House . . Colorodon . . Colorado Daily . . Colorado Engineer , Cosmopolitan Club . CUAMA .,.. CU Bands . . . CU Buttoons . . . CU Dance Group , . Delta Delta Delta . . Delta Gamma . . Delta Sigma Pi , Delta Tau Delta . . Delta Upsilon . DU Darlings . . Eta Kappa Nu . EvansScholars . , Flying Club ,.... Frdshman Class Council . Gamma Iota Pi . . Gamma Phi Bela . Greek Week . . Hammers , . Hesperia ...... Hiking Club , , . . . Honors Union Council . Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers . .240 400 . . .198 . . .200 . . i202 , . ,204 . . . .242 . f i206 . . .208 .466 . . . .244 . . . ,462 I I 1 I I 241 .418 483 199 201 ,458 203 205 243 439 207 209 467 245 .443 .445 .446 .444 483 484-489 .442 115-129 128,129 246 210 248 462 247 .440 .131 .437 423 433 486 426 478 446 211 249 433 461 , 463 132-139 140-145 148 414 448 212 21M 250, 252 ....424 . . ,216 . . .232 4 415 438 449 413 422 213 215 438 251 253 427 .441 .472 425 126 .461 217 233 .475 .477 .419 .469 .441 lnterfraternity Council . Judo Club ,.... Junior Class Council . . Junior Panhellenic . . Kappa Alpha Psi . . Kappa Alpha Theta . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . Kappa Kappa Psi . . Kappa Phi . . . Kappa Sigma . Kenkyu Club . . Lambda Chi Alpha . , Latin American Students Club , ...... Latter Day Saints Club , Medical Technologists . Mortar Board .... Navy ROTC . . Nisus . . , Omicron Delta Kappa , Oracle .,..... Panhellenic Association . Penny Poetry ,... . Phi Delta Chi ..., Phi Delta Theta . . Phi Epsilon Phi . . Phi Gamma Delta . . Phi Kappa Tau . . Phi Kappa Psi . Phi Mu Alpha . Phi Sigma Delta . . Phi Tau Sigma . . Physical Therapists . Pi Beta Phi . , . . Pi Kappa Alpha . . Parpoise Club . Psi Chi ,,.. Sabres ....... Scabbard and Blade . . School of Nursing . . . Senior Class Council . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Sigma Alpha Iota . , Sigma Chi .,.. Sigma Delta Tau . Sigma Nu .... Sigma Phi Epsilon . . Sigma Pi Sigma . . Sigma Tau . . . . Silver ond Gold .... Ski Club ...... Sophomore Class Council Spurs .,... . . Tau Beta Pi . , Tau Beta Sigma . . Tri-C Club .... Tau Kappa Epsilon . University Singers . . Valkyrie . Wesley Foundation . . Winter Carnival . . Young Women's Christian Association lYWCA1 , Zeta Beta Tau , Zeta Tau Alpha . . 236,237 . .419 . ,127 230,231 . .292 218,219 220,221 . .451 . .435 254,255 . .417 256,257 . .416 , .432 . .459 , .473 490492 146,147 , .470 234,235 228,229 . ,148 . .453 258,259 . ,476 260,261 262,263 264,265 . .452 266,267 . .444 . .458 222,223 268,269 . .422 . .440 . .469 . .482 454-457 . .127 270,271 . .452 272,273 224,225 274,275 276,277 , .459 . .443 . .474 428-231 . .126 . .471 . ,447 . , .453 . .432 278,279 . ,450 . .477 . . . ..435 , . .420, 421 . . . .464,465 . . .290,291 . . .226,227 student index Aakhus, Mary Diane . . Aanansen, Hans Edvard Aarflot, Gier ,.... Aaseth, Becky Virginia . Abadie, Marilyn Louise . Abdnor, Mary Lynne . . Abel, Robert G ..,. Abeyto, Dianne Denise , Able, Stephen Dowden . Abramovitz, Irwin J. . , Abrams, Robert Evan , . Accardi, Thomas Samuel Adams, Clayton Jesse . Adams, Julia Caswell . Adams, Linda Diane . . Adams, William Wilson . . Adamson, Kathleen Orr Aedell, Richard , . . . Agers, Jeffrey Charles , Agnew, Emily Dutilh . . Agrelius, Christie Lee . . Agron, Cerie Schwartz . Ahmonn, Linda Jean . . Ahmann, Nancy Lee . . Ahrens, Laura Sue . . . Aikele, Phil Carl . . Aikens. Constance Lord . Ailinger, Diane Lynn . . Aishtan, Mary Susan , . Akeman, Lindo Ann . . Akenheod, Lindo Nancy Akitake, Bert Ken . . . Alben, Michael .... Albert, Paul Kenneth . . Albi, Ralph Joseph . . . Albrecht, Gwyneth . . Albrecht, Kurt Douglas . Albrighton, Ruthann . . Aldridge, Linda Ellen . . Alexander, Kames B. . . Alexander, Karen Ann . Alexander, Lauren . . Alexander, Marvin Gary Alexander, Patricia Lee . Altaro, Daniel .... Allen, Allen Allen, Allen. Allen Allen Allen Allen Allen Allen Carol Bliss . . . Carol Joan . . . Dennis James , . Elise Ann . . . Eric Michael . . Howard Eugene , Kent Wayne . . Z Marie Louise . . , Mary Elizabeth . Roberta M. Calfee Allen. Roger ..... Allen, Sandra Sue . . . Allen, Terry Wayne . . Allessondro, Van . . Allgire, Pamela Rose . . Alling, Judith Ann . . Allis, Robert T. Jr. , . Allison, Judith Rae . . Allison, Virginia L. . . . Allport, Jennifer Susan . Allred, Eric Glenn . . , Alsup, Donald Ray . Altans, Andre . . . Altberger, Fred Sol . . Alvarez, Vernon Lean . Alvarez, Vincent Leo . . Alwart, Stephen John . Amatani, Ken . . . . Amerman, Mary Blackburn Arnick, Robert Dean . . Ammarell, Eugene Emil . Amos, Sally Caroline , . Anawolt, David Lee . . Anderson, Charles Lanoy Anderson, Charlatta . . Anderson, Christine C, . Anderson, Christine l.. . Anderson, Clifford V. . Anderson, David L. . . Anderson, James D. . . Anderson, Jeffrey Craig Anderson, Kathryn F. . Anderson, Kelby John . Anderson, Laura Lee . . Anderson, Monica Ginger . . Anderson, Patricia Rae . Anderson, Paul .,.. Anderson, Paul .... Anderson, Paula Lee . . Anderson, Richard Paul , Anderson, Robert Conrad Anderson, Toby Lynne . Ando, Susan Gail . . . Andolshek, Janice Kay . Andreatti, Susan Jean . Andres, Linda Penserat . Andresen, Charles F. . . Andresen, Per Terie . . Anclress, Shirley Marie . Andrews, Alice .... Andrews, David Herman Andrews, Dynda Lou . . Andrews, Jane Helen . . Andrews, Lindo Louise . Andrews, Robert L. Jr. , Angell, Douglas Rand . Angelo, Wyatt Burwell . Angerer, Thomas Kevin , ' .415,A4l8 ,222 .391 446 .496 .210 129, 229, 477 . .282. . .389, 375, 1 i 1200 1 1 1240 357, ' A 452, ' ' l 435, A ' 435. 406 . . .276, , . .260, 214, . . .214 .. . .296 . . ..22z f 1 ,4is i ' A 212, .416 .396 .369 .260 .487 .387 .496 496 .373 .363 ,333 .218 .476 ,252 .364 .216 .496 .214 .214 ,210 432 429, 496 .364 ,208 381 .200 .396 .378 .244 378 422 ,258 .359 .204 .388 222 416 380 .496 452 364 126 496 274 282 451 198 200 496 333 354 441 432 496 .401 ,JUG 98 214 218 387 335 496 266 496 496 433 378 496 496 .496 .222 .258 .496 .370 .370 .200 ,380 .496 .380 .496 230 .432 .496 .364 .214 .496 .486 .373 300 .300 .210 .220 364 222 229 ,461 446 .127 .369 .441 .216 ,210 ,381 .274 .240 .272 .388 Ankeney, Suzan E. . Annis, Mariorie Joan . . Anson, Anna Harriett . Anthony, Joan Elaine . Anwyl, Philip Ryder . . Aoki, Jeffrey Shin .... Apai, Gustav Richard ll . . Applsbaum, Marc Kenton . Appleyard, Nancy Kay . . Arbeny, A, ..... . Arbenz, William Robert . . . . .461 Arbetter. Gail Sandra . . . Archibald, Margaret B . . Archibald, Margaret B. . . Archibald, Sandra Lee . . Arends. Joanne Marie . Arlin, Margaret Ellen . . Armel, Paula Rosa . . Armstrong, Alan H. . . Armstrong, Ann Marie , . Armstrong, Charles Ward . Armstrong, Charles Ward . Armstrong, David Joseph . Armstrong, Gary Edward . Arndt, Gary Alan ..., Arndt,JomesJaseph . . Arndt, Margaret Anne . . Arndt, William Edward . . Arndt, VWlliam Edward . , Arneson, Patricia Kathy . . Arno, Christie Lee. . . Arnold, NancySerena . , Arnold, Robert .... Arnault, Francis C. . . Aronson, David Marc . Arriza, Judith Lauren . . Arthur, Mary Ellen . . Artusy, Troy Max . . Aq,DawdNwn .. Ashman, Ward Jr. . . Ashton, Kathy Sue , . . Ashton, Steven Roszell . Asres, Alemayehu . , Atkison, Lynne Ann . Auge, Robert Joseph . . Augustine, Fred . . . Ault, Larry Dean . . . Auslander, Ira Steven . Ausmus, Harriet Ruth . . . Austermann, Richard O. Austgen, Paul Phillip . . Austin. Charles .... Avefy. Christopher G. . . Avram, Gerald Wayne . . Awash, Fantaye .... Axelrod, David Samuel . , Axtell, David ..... Aylswarth, Kenneth D. , . Boban, Emod Jalal , Babcock, VWlliam . . Babli, Finaso Venas . Bachman, Ja Gwen . . Bachrach, Annette M. . Backlin, Janet Louise . . Bodie, Fuad ,..... Badke, Frederick Robert . . Boecker, Susan Eileen . Baer, Meridith Jan . . Bagdady, Abdulaziz . . Boggaley, Mary Alice . Bogus, Kenneth Allen . Bahauf, Cary . . . Bailey, Barbara Sue . . Bailey, Glen Theodore . . Bailey, Terry Lyn . . . Bair, Katherine Leith . . Baird, Roger Lee . . Boker, Bruce Henry . Baker, Lynn Paul , . Baker, Susan Carole . , Bockman, Jane Anne . . Baldwin, David Lee . Baldwin, Michael .... . Bale, Jonathon Edward . . Balkum, Janet Marian . Ball, Carolyn Suzanne . , Ball, Norma Jean . . . Ballanryne, Elizabeth C. . Ballard, Michael Ray . , , Bollenger, Sammy Dale , . Bologh, Joseph Ill . . , Bamrick, Susan Jane . . Bancroft, Lenore Louise . . Bandy, Nancy Tipton . . Barad, Edward Nelson . . Barber, John Wilford . Barber, Lindo Jean . , Barbour, Brenda Kaye , . Barbour, Ellen Wilson . Bard, Kay Elilobeth . , Barhydt, Jane Evelyn . . . Barkolow, Susan Bond . . Barker, Janet Arline . , Barker, Suzanne M. . . Barksdale, Elizabeth . . Borksdale, Kay E. . . Barlevi, Karen Ruth . Barley, Rob . . . Barlow, Nikki Ann . . . . .222 . , .222 . f 93 127 I i208 126 210 258. 418, 215, 256, 121 415, 274. 212, 96 205, 214, 447, . ,250 246, ,127 7 .357 .359 .356 .368 .272 .496 .496 ,240 .4 50 .250 496 .202 373 373 .496 .356 .458 .122 .496 222 .441 .441 .497 .432 .391 .387 405 .435 .435 497 .497 .210 .497 .497 246 .425 497 .459 .240 497 .364 .452 447 497 .497 .380 441 .415 450 497 .441 435 256 497 :418 .280 418 114, 497 380 144 418 450 .497 364 497 413 364 90, 222 497 497 270 401 497 1302 497 .497 .487 .333 .360 233 459 .497 .375 .212 .453 .200 461 ,452 497 .355 ,453 ,220 .127 .405 .230 .375 .497 497 .216 200, 331,406 .218 .220 .375 ,406 .224 .376 .216 Belmont, Judith Kay . Barnacle, Mary Rutfner Barnes, Harry Alon . Barney, John Richard Barney, Kay A. Sullivan Barnhart, Bobby J. Jr. Barr, Nancy Baldwin . Barr, Robert George . Barrett, Bertha Lillie . Barrick, Sandra Ann . Barrows, Larry Joe . Barry, Thomas Martin Barta, Susan .... Bartelt, David Fleming Bartelt, Phillip Terry . Barthuli, Mardo Jean . Bartlett, Andrea Leigh Barton, Roger James . Bartrom, Marianne . Baskerville, Parke M. . Basson, Charlie . . . Botcheller, Thomas J. . Bateman, William O. Bates, Linda Louise . Bates, Louise Virginia Batar, Robert Emery . Batson, John Paul . . Battoia, Helen Ann . Baucke, DonnA Ann . Bauer, Carolyn Marie Beach, Donald Rex . Beachy, Robert Milton Beohm, Roger Lee . . Beall, Linda Susan . . Beals, William V, . . Bean, Mark Louis . . Beardmore, Thomas C. Beattie, Laura Ethel . Bebee, Gary Richard . Bechtel, Patricia Joan Beck, Kathleen Ann . Beckel, Darwin Dean . Beckeman, Anita Helga . . Beckwith, Cheryl D. . Bedwell,Dave . . . Beecher, Andrew Harris . Behler, Roger Alan . Beigie, Fred .... Beistline, Ralph R. . . Belcher, Mallory Ann . Bell, Catherine . . . Bell, Ellen ..... Bell, Franklin Harrison Bell, Linda Lee . . . Belnap, Kathleen Ann Bemis, Richard Coleman Bemis, Susan Margaret Bender, Dean Robert . Bender, Ralph . . . Benefield, Kim Linton Benford, Jean Margaret Bengston, Michelene M. 220, 482, . .381 498 388 466 498 246 486 246 373 200 498 452 498 300 27 5 . . .218 . . .363 . . . .272 498 . .369, 498 .. . .451 438, 258, 439 . .123, 389 360 204 486 391 366 401 . . .354 384 273 256 381 395 258 270 200 . .104, 447 206 . . .368 . . .498 . . .222 . . .216 . . .432 . . .280 . . .250 . . .376 . . .395 . . .206 . . .360 . . .381 . . .140 . . .224 Bellar, Stephan William . . . . . .300 . . .202 I 1469, Benner, Robert Belknap . . . .233, 354 498 498 49B 248 258 498 363 258 Bennett, Joanne Lemle Bennett, Robert Lloyd Bensasson, Mary . . Benson, Cynthia Sue . Bentencourt, Juliette . Bentson, Nancy Moy . Bentson, Robert Lewis Benwore, Barry Philip Benwoy, James Gordon Benwell, Pamela S. . Beran, Mary Ann . . Beran, Roberta Ellen . Bernordi, Susan K. . . Berdie, Carl Edward . Berg, Dennis Richard . Berg, Pamela Kay . . Berg, Sylvia Joyce . . Berger, Stephen William Berger, Theresa Louise Bergstedt, James Ray . Berlrer, Edna . . . . Berkley, Martin Joseph Berkley, Mary Suzanne Berkowitz, Larry Wayne Berkshire, Steven D. . Bernstein, Ellen . . . Bernstein, Joyce Ann . Bernstein, Rowanne M. Bernstein, Stuart Allen Berry, Dana Jo . . . Bershenyi, Stephen Paul Berthaldt, Donna Louise Bertie, Beatrice Ann . Bertram, Dianne Elaine Berven, Jeffrey . . . Besil, Linda .... Best, Anita Louise . . Better, Jorge Jose . . Bettison, David James Betts, Lauren Christine Beverly, Kirk Alfred . Bevill, Eldon Leon . . Bevill, Robert Paul . . Beye, Suzanne . . Bice, Dan .... Bickel, Priscilla Ray . Bickiord, Connie Rae . Bickmore, Charles S. . Bicknell, Reid Eldon . Bicknell, Susan Walker Bielat, Larry .... Bierwirth, Wendy . . Biesel, Annie Laurie . Bigelow, Anne Renick Bigelow, David Vincent Biggs, Charles Acton . Billings, Evelyn . . . Billmeyer, Fred S. . . Binder, Deborah Jll . Binding, Cheryl Louise Binkley, David Hugh . 8inkley,Sara J. . . . Binney, Janice Ellen . ' A Casa' . .233 . .498 415,473 . .358 . .458 . .143 . .451 . .257 . .378 212,498 . .222 214,375 . .216 . .396 . .325 , ,357 . .435 127,470 . .353 253,376 . .357 . .272 200,354 . .146 . .330 . .224 . .373 . .375 . .122 . .220 . .380 368,415 . .354 . .200 . .445 . .381 . .365 . . . .498 498 452. . .200 , .498 365, 432 . .126 . .456 . .415 . 136, 214, 486 218, 444, . .498 . .498 . .300 498 498 . . .37.3 498 222, . . .214 . . .498 . . .441 . . .360 . . .396 . . .359 . . .222 333, 435, 441 .2l2, 359 .210.427 Bishop, Jodee Pike . . Bismarck, Arleen Peg . . Bitter, Linda Kaye . . . Black, James Wesley . . Black, Kathryn Elaine . Black, Sharon Kay . . Black, William James . Blackwelder, Kathleen S. Blackwell, Carol L. . . Blackwell, Kenneth G. . Blair, Kerry ..... Blair, Steven Maurice . Blake, Judy lrene , . . Blake, Kenneth Bissell . Blake, Thomas . . . Blakemore, Denecio J. . Blanchard, Edward P. . Blanchard, William D. . Blatnik, Richard James . Blaue, Thomas Alfred . Blaugrund, Lee Stuart . Blea, Benjamin Samual . Bledsoe, Sandro Ann . . Blinn, John Ferguson . . Bliss, John Wallbrink . . Bliss, Rick ..... Blitt, Marcello Sharon . Blaezies, Chuck . . . Bloemker, Dennis Lee . Bloom, Carol Faye . Bloom, Gary .... Bloom, Gary ..... B1oom,Joyma Elaine . . Bloom, Michael Jay . Blount, Ann Gilbert . Blount, Linda Juanita . . Blount, Marion Rose . . Blount, Rossel Blake . Blum, Alfred Samuel . . Blum, Gary B. . . . Blunt, Barbara Lee . . Blunt, Bradford Keith . . Blyth, Karen . . . . Bodom, Carl David . . Boden, Kathleen Louise . Badley, Corliss Jeane . . Bodum, Lorna Joan . . Bodwell, Nancy Eleanor Bogenschutz, Charlotte . Bogenschutl, Paula Jane Boggs, Pete ..... Bo ott Timoth Robert 9 1 Y - - Baguslow, Marc Randall Baulas, Leslie Leigh . . Bolas, Shirl Ann .... Balenbaker, Richard A. . Bollinger, Robert S. . . Bolottin, Linda Susan . Barnash, Marilyn . . Bonavido, Lorraine V. . Bondurant, Cheryl Ann . Bonesteel, Cheryl Ann . . . .212 Bonetto, Richard Frank . . . .458 Bonomo, Gail Roberta . . . . Bonsall Boone, ,Susan . . CarolAnn. . . . . .127, . . .210, 407 Bredehorn,Anne Gregory. . . .214 499 Brenkert,DennisR. . . . . .500 Bootes, Bonnie Kay . . . . .407, 499 Brennan, Deborah Lee . . . . .375 Booth, Cindy Lynn .... .... 2 10 Bresee, Donna Beth . . .... 427 Booth, Kathleen Wills . .... 214 Brewster, Herbert R. . ..... 500 Borden, Patricia . . . ..... 359 Beglez, Franc . . . . . .415, 441 Borden, Patricia . , . . .212, 499 Brickell, Jean Marie . . . . . .354 Borden, Ruth lrene . . . .... 359 Briggs, Vthlliom Lambert . . . .376 Borden, Timothy Scott . . . .250 Brighton, Phyllis May . . . . . .454 Border, Ann Rowland . . . .368 Brignull, Jerilyn M. . . . . . .359 Borgos, Peter Wilson . . . . .499 Briley, Karen E. .... . . .214, 370 Bortles, Barton Eugene . . . .300 Brinkerhaff, Robert Jr. . . . .253, 445 Bosch, Frank William '. . . .300 Brinkman, Jean Sarvay . . . . . .222 Boscoe, Carlo Joy . . . . . .500 Bristow, Mary Kathleen . . . . . 206. Bosley, Kay Ann . . . . .370 229, 500 Boswell, Sally Lucille . . . . .500 Britton, Nita Jean . . . . . .454 Battinelli, Bob Lee . . . .380 Britton, Susan Lee . . . .216 Botwiniclc, Jon . . . . . .212 Brobst, Karen Ann . . . .500 Bouchard, Barbara . . . . .204 Brock, Rasa Elaine . . . . .357 Baughn, Richard C. . . .... 246 Brodie, James Matthew . . . . .365 Bour, Barb ..... ..... 3 65 Brogli, Joseph . . . . . , . .415 Bourne Janalee .... - . -220. 500 Bronstein, Michael N. . . . .235, 266 Bowden, Kathleen Louise . . . . 139, Broqkq-fer, Mqnhg L, , , , ,216 ' 718. 452 Brooks, Terri Lynn . . . .226 Bowker, Sharon Lee . . , . . .433 gyoosnonn Georg, I I I3g5 Bowlin, Sherida Kay . . . . .360 gm,-,I Cc,-ol ,,,, I I375 BOWIOH. R05 ----- A r -378 Broughton, Linda Lee . .381 Bowman, Bruce Morgan . . . .378 B,-,,,,,,,.I Kgmbeny Ann I , I355 Bowman, Karen Ann . . .... 214 gmwnI Ann Elimbeih I I I453 Bowman, Kay Lynn . . . . .222, 482 5,o,wnI gmbma Jncn I I I500 Bwwn. MUVUS2 - - - ---- 216 Brown, Barbara Jean . . . .375 Boxwell, Charles E. . . .... 365 gmwnI 5,957 II,I ,I,, 4 33 BUY' 1-ill'-'JU Reeve - - - - B91 220 Brown, Betty Lou . . . . . . . .381 Boyce. Yifaifyiv T- - 4 -'4- 40' Brown, cemiyn Ruth . . . . .2o5, soo BUYB- VWQWU 1-Y""' - ---'- 204 Brown, Cathryn Lindsey . . .... 359 Boyle, Cynthia Eva . . . . .210, 360 B,-,,wnI Deborah I I I I I I350 Boyle, Kevin Patrick . , .... 380 3,n,,nI glgmbeyn I I I I218 Bozeman, Carol Ruth . . . . .142 5mwnI Elimbeyn I I I I5g0 Bracken, Sharon Ruth . . .222 g,ownI Gu,-Y Alan I I I I I337 Bradburn, Katherine M. . . . .218 grow,-,I Hunk IIIII I I144 Brodf0rd.Th0!'10S Eugene - -500 Brown, Hollis woedfew . .soo Bradley, Randy .... . ,378 Brown, James .... . .384 Brodley, Stephen M. ........ 126 Brown, Janet Lee . . . .381 BfUdS1l0Wrl0C1C- -----,-- 107. Brown, Jill Pendleton . . .366 119, 435, 469, 500 Brown, Marta Lyn . . . .373 Bradshaw, Pauline V. ....... 432 Bfowm Michul ,III ,,,, 3 95 Bradshaw, Rick .... . . .376 Brown Rebecca Lou .364 Bradshaw, Sally Lucille . . .... 220 Brown, Sally Kendrick . . . .222, 500 Bradstreet, Steven John ....... 388 Brown, Sherrie Ann . .... 500 Brady, Sally Nell . . . . . .21 8, 500 Brown, Stephen , . . . . . .387 Brainard, Gary Stuart . . . . .433 3mwnI Susan IIII I Q75 Brainarcl, Martha M.M. . . .... 433 gm,,,nI Theodore Woyn, I 500 Brainerd, Elizabeth L. . . . .357, 469 Bmwm Zoe Leg I I I I I 210 Braisted, Peter H . . - - - -500 Brownlee, Michael Van . . . .141 Branan, Richard C. . . . .459 BrownSonI gmbcm gen, I I I3g1 8l'Ul'lb9l'9r Gerald ---r - .486 Brownstein, Cheryl Ann . . .224 Brandon, Nancy Louise . . . . .500 B,nceI James IIII I 461 Brandt, Robert C. Jr. . . . . .377 B,.nceIJnm,, I I I I I 500 Brandt, Terrell Brooke . . . .212 BWCEI pnngcn, Marg, I I I 455 Brannon, Carole Dale . . . .200 B,nceI penny Jeanne I I I I 375 Bronting, Jayne Smith . . .500 5,-,,ceI gfenhnn I I I I I I 336 Brotten, James Lee . - 4 4 -302 Bruce, Tamara . . . . . . . . 381 Bruton. Roger le ROY - - - .256 iawegei, Ruben amwn ...,. 233, 244 Bfvwfwf. J-ldv lvfme - - - A -406 sfumbqugn, Roland 1511.1 .... . 437, Bray, Mary .... . .216 43aI 500 -vi... .,5..,. Photo by Raymond 547 Brumbelow, Nancy E. . Brundige, Richard Lewis Brundige, William Glenn Bruner, David Charles . Bruns, Dennis Ray Bryner, Katherine A . . Bubul, Jennifer Lee . . Buckstein, Saunders Lee . Budge, William Arthur . Buerger, Walter R. Jr. . Butler, Ken ..... Buker, Lynne Christine . Buli, Svein Tore .... Bullen, Gregory Conrad Bumford, James George Bundy, John Francis . . Bunies, Bernice Adele . Buoy, Dixie Lee .... Burger, Nancy Winona , Burke, Jeff Scarborough Burke, John Raymond . Burke, Julie Anne . . . Burkhart, Nancy Ann , Burlakov, Nina .... Burley, Joan Ellen . . . Burnett, Charles Philip . Burnett, Larry Dee . . . Burnham, Nancy Jane , Burns, John Thomas . . Burns, Susan Elaine . . Burr, Gerald Lynn . . Bursk, Pavonne Garyn . Burton, Larry Charles . Burton, Richard Alan . . Busch, Larry Edward . , Buser, Charles Nicholas . Bush, Rodney Dean . . Bush, Sara Ann ..., Busler, Lynnly Fay . . . Bussey, Lewis Edmund . Butcher, Melvin Russell . Butenas, Julia Pullen . , Butler, Richard Hess . , Butterfield. Suzanne K. . Buurma, Elizabeth T. . . Buzord, Douglas . . Buzby, Robert S. Jr. . , Bynum, Michael Henry . Byrnes, Thomas James , Cadez, Vladimir . . . Cadwallader, Donald B. Cadwell, Cathleen L. , , Cohen, Elinor ,... Cain, Candace Patricia . Cain,Danna Jean . . . Coin, Maureen Ann . . . .214,500 3 1252 415,418 f 1 i422, . . 306, 1 f220, I 1246, 1 i206, Caldwell, Thomas Wesley . . . Calfee, Barbara Jean . Calhoun, Bonnie Lynn . 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Carnes, Dennis Norman Carnes. Janis Gerayn . Carney, Edward Bruce Jr. Carney, William Shaber Carpenter, Lindo Kay . Carr, Carol Lee .... Carr, Charles Madison . Carr, James Val Jr. , . Carr, John Michael , . Carson, Deborah Ann . 548 459, 500 .300 .272 357 .357 .365 .280 .501 ,501 ,378 .331 119, ,501 ,256 .256 .376 .364 .217 .226 .250 .458 .359 .204 .366 .220 246, 501 .126 ,375 .501 501 389 .126 .501 .451 ,278 .246 .377 364 .216 .283 383, 501 .331 .501 401. 501 .373 .247 395 .300 .253 .415 .435 233 .501 220, 501 .368 .208 .260 435, 453 .366 ,256 .406 .360 ,376 .215 .501 .440 .325 .208 .501 .452 ,391 .375 .272 .222 .222 .325 .388 .456 .501 .256 .487 .218 .501 117, 144 ,381 .270 .256 .375 .356 .335 214, 233 .216 .270 .438 ,387 .148 .501 258, 300, 376 .501 .501 .441 .501 .257 .210 .501 452, 501 210, 501 .212 .501 ,386 ,445 , . . .240. 373 Carter, Anne Richter . . Carvaiol, Fernando D. . Carver, Gary .... Carville, Louise Farber . Cary, Jeffrey Michael . Cary, Joe Henry . . . Case, Cherie Ann . . Case, Mary Danz . . . Casey, Julio Ann G. . . Casey, Thomas .... Cashman, Mary Victoria Casida, Gary Vance . . Caswell, Gary Joe . . . Caswell, Margaret Ann . Cathcart, Alan Mark . . Cathcart, James Daniel . Catlin, Christopher S, . Cattermole, Paul S. . '. Caufield, Dean Kirk . . Cawthra, Elizabeth Ann Cazier, Stanley Wayne . Celich, Nancy Joanne . Candali, Richard Eugene Ceozeir, Larry ..,. Cersonsky, Marilyn Ruth Cervi, Carla Anne . . . Chalfan, David Earl , . Challacombe, Kenneth L. Chalmers, Anne K. , . Chaloupko, Susan Kay . Chamberlain, Robert A, . Chambers, Robert W. . Chambers, Thomas Martin Chandler, Christy Lynn . Chang, Perry Tsou-Ming Chapin, Jonny Keith , . Chapin, Ronald Bruce . Chapman, Edward L. Jr, Chapman, Edward L. Jr. Chapman, Mary Margaret Chapman, Terry Charles Chattin, Elizabeth Ann . Chave, Lloyd G. Jr. . , Cheever, Kathryn A. Lamb Cherry, Dana Ysabel . . Cheseldine, Dianne Dodd Cheston, Sally Morris . Chidley, Thomas . . . Chmielinski, Nancy Beth Chod, Robert Alan . . Christensen, Louis Kept . Christensen, Pauline A. . Christenson, Mary M. . Christiansen, Toni Rene . Christopher, Amy L. . , Christopher, Charles H, . Church, Mary Susan . . Cingaranelli, Dominic A. Cladis, Mary Katherine . Clair, Nancy Lynn . . . Clanton, David James . Clapp, Stephen Frank . Clark, David ..... Clark, Donna Jeanne . . Clark, Eleanor Joan . . Clark, Grace De Forest . Clark, Karen Elaine . . Clark, Kathryn lrene . , 228, 229 Clark, Lyn , . . . Clark, Rodney Ben . . Clark, Susan .... . Clark, William Richard . Clarke, Anne Elizabeth . Clousew, Harry Andrew Claycomb, Glenn D, . . Claycomb, Steven Lee , Clayton, Jerry Quintin . Cleaver, Sally Lynn . . Cleem, Ava .... Clem, Joseph Hal . . . Clement, Cheryl Arlene . Clements, F. Braden . , Clements, Thomas Harvey Cleveland, Dennis Roy . Clikeman, John Max . . Cloninger, Denise . . , Clase, Valerie Suzanne . Clough, Libby ..,. Clutter, Barbara Lynne , Clymer, Mary Jill . . . Clynn, B .... . . , Coats, Wendell John Jr. Coburn, Dick Edward . Coe, Patricia Ann . . . Coen, Scott Fraser . . Coews, David . . , Coffee, Sandra Lee . . Cotter, John Gordon . Coffey, Cecil John . Coffin, Lynne .... Cogburn, Kathy Marie . Cohen, Diane Sandra . Cohen, Ellen Sherry . , Cohen, H. Paul .... Cohen, Joseph Irving . . Cohen. Marilyn Alise . . Cohen, Marsha .... Cohen, Peggy . . . Cohodes, Judy Gail . . Coke, John Morgan . . Coker, Pamela Anne . . Coldiron, Adron L. Jr. . Cole, Stanleigh Holden . Coleman, Andrea Beth . Coleman, Dian Judith . 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Cook, Hope Trudy . . Cook, Kathleen . . Cooke, John . . , Cooks, Wilmer . . . Cooper , Craig Ross . . Cooper, Cooper, E.Pillaw . . . Elizabeth Susan Cooper, Gayle Ann , . Cooper, John Wesley , Cooper Lindo Theresa . Cooper, Nancy Jo . . . Cooper, Paralee . . . Cappom, John Lester . . Copsey, Dee Ann , ..., 216, Corey, Paul William . . Cormack, Richard , . . Cornelisen, Barbara J. . Cornelius, Janean J. . . Cornelius, Ronald G. , . Cornellisson. Jon Lee . , Cornett, Patricia Ann . . 381 .208 .224 .37B 469 ,475 . .503 401, 439 381, 459 503 ,214 503 503 .335 486 .503 ,441 .503 .212 .503 ,126 .455 Cornish, Sue Karen . Coronel, Rolando E. . Carr, Catherine Lane . Corral, Denis Salvador Carson, Thomas . . Casey. Mary Ann . . Cosgriff, Rita Antonio Cosman, De Witt Leon Costa, Linda Coral . Costlow, Judith Anne Costlow, Kathleen Jane . . Cotter, Lee Ellen . . Cattle, Bonnie . . . Catton, Cynthia E, , , Coulter, Linda . . Courtice, R .,.. Courtner, Sandy , Courtney, Judith . . Coutts, Glenn Lee . . Covington, David C. . Covington, Dent . . Cowan, Charles Eller . Cowan, Daniel Giger Cowon, Nancy Jean . Cowell, Claudia Ann . Cowen, Ronald Charles Cowgill, Martha Sue . Cowing, Diane Elaine Cox, Carol Jean . Cox, Ed ...., Cox, Frank Stuart . . Cox, Katherine May , Cox, Mary Eugenia . Cox, Roger William , Cox, Suzanne Chase . Coykendall, Carol G. Coyle, Judith Ann . , Coyte, Joseph Ralph , Cozart, Robert Charles Cozens, Lynda Lourene Craft, Cheryl Anne , Craft, Douglas Gibson Craft, Raymond Will . Craig, Susan Britton . Craigle. 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Crimmings, D .... Crissey, Mark Howard Criles, David Hardy . Croft, Stanton William Crahurst, Harry Thomas Croley, Bretto Sue , . Cronin, Patricia Ann , Crooke, Margaret K. . CraPP, Linda Janine . Crosby, Elizabeth Ann Crossley, Gale Elton . Crosslin, Wayne Ernest Crouch, Keith Mc Lean Crouch, Linda Jean . Crouch, Stephen A. . Crow, Michael Lewis . Crowell, Deon Wilmot Crowell, Ronald Eldy . Crown, Patricia Ann . Cruchley, Ann Lorraine Crusius, Nancy Barbara Cruth, Michael Le Roy Csikos, William John . Culley, John Henry III . Culley, Matthew James 260, 503 .126 .456 247, 503 .222 A ' ' 421-4,233 .360 .212 . . 96, 218 ' ' '21'6,'235, ' A i203,'440, .386 .256 .253 .373 .401 .212 .222 .447 ,413 .503 .250 .413 .144 .503 .365 .432 415, 503 .204 .375 107, 477 444, 503 .143 247, 504 ,220 .302 .256 .395 .451 127, 504 .222 .208 .504 .300 .384 384 Heocl Photographer Macpherson Raymond 5 Culp, John Clifford . 246, 504 Culver, Beverly Kay . . . . .381 Cumberland, Thomas G. . . . . 391 Cumming, James Douglas ., ,.., 244 Cummings, Christopher F. ,,. . .252,.504 Cummings, Donald F. . . . . 250 Cummings, Judith Anne . . . . 355 Cummins, Kay ...... . . 504 Cunningham, Sharon Rae ..... 375 Curlee, Charles Kenneth . .246, 476 Currier, Daniel M. . . . . . .365 Curry, David Jerome Jr. . . .260 Curry, Mory Catherine . . . . .195 Curtis, Richard Wayne . . 258, 504 Cusic, William D. lll . . , . 387 Cutter, Susannah Smiley . . . .455 Cuttermole, Kathy . . . . . 370 Cyr, Michael Leonard . . . 365 D'Albora, Frances Lee . . . . .200 D'Orazio, Virginia l. . . .405, 504 Dahl, Daniel James . .125, 268 Dahl, Harry Julius . . . . . .127 Dahl, William Harold . . . 244 Daido, Sharon . . . . . ,364 Dailey, Myrna Joyce . . . .435 Daily, Marcella Anne . . , .198 Dal Porto, Steven H. . . . . 300 Dolk, Linda Lee ,.... . . .206 Dalrymple, Carl Wayne . . . 486 Dalton, Cheryl Ann . . . . 363 Damme, Kathryn Sue . . . . 364 Dangremond, Shari A. . . . . 357 Daniels, Dona Adele . . .126, 220 Daniels, Teri Grace . . ..,. 96 Danielson, Kristine P. . . . .210, 364 Danish, Paul Daniel . .117, 119 Donko, Terry Kim , . . . . 504 Danna, Virginia Lynn . . . 205 Darley, Diana Marie . . . . .364 Darling, Anne Bernice . . . 212 Darlington, Jared IV . . . . 256 Darvin, Ellen ...,. . . 432 Davenport, Cricket . . . . .127 Davenport, Susan Elaine . . .440 Davidson, Susan Lynn . . . .224 Davidson, Terry .... . . 395 Davies, Linda Diane . . . 212 Davies, Mary Jane . . . . .208 Davis, Ann Medway . . . . .455 Davis, Barbara Jean . . . 208 Davis, Dorothy Eileen . . . .360 Davis, Gwendolyn L. . . . . .406 Davis, Janet Louise . . . .220 Davis, Laura Belle . . . , . 365 Davis, Marsha Ann . . . . 366 Davis, Nancy Hodges . . . 504 Davis, Roberta Ann . . . . 224 Davis, Terry L Williams . . . .456 Davis, William Robert . . . .268 Davison, Rosemary Ann . . . 360 Dawson, Hanes Moore Jr, . . 272 Dawson, John Carroll . . . 391 Day, Marion Eve . . . . . .206 Day, Marvin Gorman . . . 246 De Angelo, Ed .... . . 376 De Buse, Richard Louis . . . 256 De Buse, Robert James . . . .256 De Butts, Mary Linda . . .222, 504 De Caprio, Diane . . . . .214 De Concini, Mary D. . . .218, 230 De Gonohl, Joe .... . . .487 De Jang, Esther Elaine . . . 200 De Kieffer, Donald E. . J14, 504 De Kietter, Melissa H. . . . 504 De La Torre, Anna4Christina .... .416 De Lo Torre, Leano Jose 415, 416 De Land, Gerald William . . .504 De Lana, William David . . .240 De Long, Lance Eric . . 459, 504 De Luca, Carol Ann . . , . .200 De Mark, Deborah Lee . . . 200 De Renne, Nicole G. . . 217, 368 De Santis, Elizabeth V. . . . 504 De Shong, Nancy Godwin . . 210 De Vagelaere, M.L. . . . . .365 De Vries, Clifford John . . . .250 Deohl, Ja Ann Graham . . . 504 Deohl, Jahn Godfrey . . . . 504 Dean, Cynthia N .... . . .204 Dean, Stacey Richard . . . .252 Debski, Sandra Ja . . . . 504 Deck, Barbara Louise . , . A54 Decker, Jeannette Susan . . .208 Decker, Scott William . .233, 244 Deffke, James Lawrence .274, 386 Dehnert, Diane June . . . . .455 Deitemeyer, Cheryl Ann . . .222 Demmon, William John R. .244, 274 Demong, Carol Jean . . . . .401 Demong, Danna Marie . . . .148 Demong, Polly Louise . .226, 365 Den, Laurance Edwin . . . .275 Dendinger, Robert John . . . 504 Denman, Bobette Anne . . . .122 Dent, Ruth Ann .... . . .210 Denyes, Diane .... . . 212 Depke, Nancy Ann . . . . .226 Derkash, Robert Stephen . . 127, 459, 504 Derse, Laurie Margaret . . . .365 Detomore, James Scott . . . 252 Detrnar, Nancy Jim . . . . .401 Dettling, Frederick A. . . . .378 Di Domenico, Donato M. .452, 504 Di Manna, David Paul . . . .387 Diamond, Joan Wynrie . 224, 381 Dice, Michael Richard . . . 365 Dick, Kristen Ann . . . . . .217 Dickens, Debra Frances . . . .375 Diebel, Stephen Victor . , . .504 Dieftenderfer, Jacalyn . . . 504 Diessner, Claudia Anne . . . 127, 21 2, 486 Diet, Charles K, Jr. . . 378 srl' se JC, 1 010 si-:he he al .- - - Bosca in Diez, Scott ltzen .... . . .486 Diffie, Mary Margaret . , . . 504 Diliberto, Regina Maria . . . . 504 Dill, Robert Arthur . . . . . 250 Dill, Robert James Jr. . . . . .251 Dillehay, Chris . . . .... .375 Dimit, D. ..... ...,. 2 18 Dimit, Jane Ann . . . .440, 482, 504 Dinges, Madeleine Ann . . . .212, 504 Dionigi, Julie Ann . . . , . . .370 Distel, Eddie Gene . . . . 504 Dittmar, Dale Roy . . .,... 320 Dittmer, Marsha C. . . . . .217, 264 Dixon, Gerald Dennis . . . . 504 Dixon, Kenneth Elton . . . . .504 Dixon, Mary Lucille . . . . .212 Dixon, Stephen Bruce . . . .432 Doon, Sally Warren . . . . 364 Debroth, Dale Robert . . . . .386 Dobravolny, Kenneth Ray . . . .280 Dodd, Ann Marie . , . . . 360 Dodd, Deborah Jane . . . . A35 Dodd, Wayne . . . . . 333 Doe, Kathleen Diana . . . . ,222 Doeker, Randi Britt . . . . 122. 137, 200 Dolcourt, Jahn L ,... . . . 377 Dolph, Lenare Margaret . . . .206, 453 Donahue, Sora Kathryn . . .222, 373 Donegan, Catherine M. ....... 220 228, 229 Donham, Cothe Belle . . . , 114, 119, 217, 228, 229, 473, 506 Donley, Larry Dean ....... ,300 Donnoud, Ann Harvey ...... 214 Donnelly, Linda Diane . . . 366 Donnelly, Marjorie J. . . . . .354 Donnelly, Robert Hugh . . . .506 Donohue, FotriciA Anne . . 200, 506 Donovan, Leesa Meehan . . .204 Doolittle, Nancy Carter . . . . 210, 506, 560 Doolittle, Susan Yvonne . Doore, Susan . . .- . Doriahn, Sheryl Eileen . Dorward, Sharron Dianne Dougon, Philip Bruce . . Douglas, Claudio E.L. . Douglas, Mary Ellen . Douglas, Ronald Ben . . Douglas, Stephen A. . Daupe, Mike .... Dovenitz, Jan Michael . Davey, Virginia C. . . Daw, Alice Marie . Daw, Judith Joyce . . Daw, Robert Bruce . Downey, Douglas F. . Downey, Wells .... Downey, James R. Jr. . . Downing, Kipp Robert . Downing, Richard E. . Doyle, Katherine M. . Doyle, Michael Danniel . Drake, Diane Margaret . Draper, Nancy .... Drath, Constance Maria Dreis, Timothy Edward . Dreiseszun, Helene Sue . Drevescraft, James H. . Drew, Linda Jean . . Drewry, Marion Fay . Dreyer, Daniel Francis . Driftmier, Emily L. . . Driver, Karen Kay . . Draso, Judy Ellen . . Drotor, Joseph Paul . . Drummond, Dennis M. . Drumwright, Mary Susan Du Pre, Donna Beth . . Dubach, Jean Marie . . Dublin, Ronald Lee . . Dubravac, Kimberly E. . .210, 506 .354 .217 222. 473, 506 .365 250 506 . . .244 324,325 .459 .506 218 217, 373 506 27 B .386 .220, 401 261 369, asa, .22o, Izi o, biz, 456, .258 387 200, 432 320 427 .222 475 .439 202 247 .217 .506 272 369 .206 354 A4 1 302 456 456 506 .506 261 Photo by Raymond Duckwarth,Danold . . Duckworth, lmogene . . Ducsai, Lynn . . . . Dudley, Alan Lee . . Dudley, Donald Martin . Dudley,JaniceArlene . . . . . Duell, Holland Bossan . . . 135, 270,506,560 Dugan, Margaret Ann ...... Duggan,AnneJane . . . , .198 Duggan, James William Duke, Ralph Scott . . . Dumville, Robert G. . Dunbar, Terry Frank . . . Duncan, Alice A. Loving Duncan, Michael ..... . . Duncan, Thomas Michael Dunhom,Cherry Nelle . . Dunkum, Willis Garrett . Dunn, Robert ..... Dunne, Edward Michael Dunne, Kathleen Jane . Dunsdon, Carol Ann . . Durbin, Harvey Paul . . Durham, Robert Lewis . Duris, John . . . Dutton, Holly Dee . . Duval. Michael . . Dveirin, Gloria Jean . Dwyer, Susan Eileen , Dyer, Kathleen C. . . Dyer, Stephen Eugene . Dyer, Susan Eileen . . Dymerski, Daniel Leo . . Earhart, Susan Marie . . Earickson, Joyce M, . . Eason, Diann Lee Imes . East, Nancy Elizabeth . Eastman, Timothy Eric Easton, Adria Elaine . . Eastwood, Linda Louise . 268, 220, ,A .' jak, . . . .208. .435, 389 359 373 506 .441 210 .206 . 506 .1 21 .244 .394 256 506 .441 .300 A56 .387 .256 .252 200 .456 506 .278 506 433 376 506 359 .212 .4 52 354 506 A54 405 545 210 A47 453 455 Eaton, MaryAnn . . . .214 Eatough, Michael Orley . 396 Eckhardt, Bruce K. . . . . .506 Eddy, Carol Joanne . . 360 Edell, Timm Alon . . . . 256 Edelmaier, Leland Ray . . .441 Edge, Deborah Beale . . .217 Edminster, Carleton B. . . .246 Edmison, Ray ..., . . 383 Edmond, Carole Ann .... . .506 Edmonds, Sarah Quimby . , . . .210 Edson, James Marshall . . . .246 Edstrom, Paul G. . . . . .305 Edwards, Charles C. Jr. . . . . 268 Edwards, Karen Emily C. . .435, 506 Edwards, Kathryn E. . . . . .366 Edwards, Linda Sue . . -200 Edwards, Patrick Jahn . . 326 Edwards, Robin Anne . - 204 Efserott, Barbara Joan . . 356 Egdahl, Laura Jean . . 222 Eggen, Jennifer Gail . . 212 Ehmke, Charles Bruce . . .278 Ehrlich, Richard Alan . . . . .387 Ehrlich, Stephen Kent . . .1 12, 469 Eichelberger, David W, . . . .120 Eichorn, Garry Lee . . . . 388 Eiklid, Gunnar Erik . . .4l8, 466 Eiler, Malcolm . . . . 387 Eisen, Anna Sara . . . . .365 Eisen, Carol Sue . . . . . .405 Ekins, Bruce Edward . . . .256 Ekiss, Phylis Ann . . . .210 El Seboiye, Abdulla A. . . .... 4 14 Eldred, Sharon Sue ........ 98, 122, 214, 506 Eldredge, Kathleen Anne ..... .21 B Eliason, Annette ........ A32 Eller, Stephen Goldblum . . .267 Ellertharpe, Carolyn L. . . . 373 Ellet, Christine L. . . . . 359 Elliott, Christine A.S. . . . 506 Elliott, Deidre Kay . . . . 200 Elliott, Nancy Jean . . . 210 Elliott, Robert M. . . . . .506 Ellis, Claudine Lucille . . . .455 Ellis, Pamela Atkinson . . . 208 Ellis, William Randall . . . 233 Ellison, Billy Jack . . . , .240 Ellsbury, Michael M. . . . . .429 Elmore, Willma Evelyn . . 365 Elae, John Adam . . . . .384 Elston, Lynn .... . . . 200 Elzi, Carolyn .... . 204, 453 Emery, Janice Estelle . . , 357 Emery, Linda Jane . . . . .212 Emmerling, John Lee . . . . .302 Englebert, Diane Lee . . . .214, 482 Engleman, Tena . . . . .506 Enger, Torleiv . . , . .418 Engle, Steve . . . . . . 300 Engles, Gill .... . . .258 English, James Michael . . .336 English, Lois Mae W. . . . . .506 English, Martin John . . . . .506 Engren, Kristine Marie . . . .456 Ennis, Cherie .... . . 218 Enterline, Ann Kathleen . . . . .506 Epple, John Evan Jr. . . . . .302 Epstein, Ira Howard . . . .274 Erb, Bunny . . . . . .201 Erb, Lee Alan . . . . A41 Erbes, Walter R. . . . . .280 Erdman, Peter Wayne . . . . .459 Erickson, Kenneth Alan . . . . .268 Ernst, Franklin H. lll . . .... 256 Erricksan, Jennifer .l.F. . . .440, 506 Ervin, Deborah Joy . . 207. 230 Espander, Cynthia L. . . . .444, 507 Expander, John Charles . . .444, 507 Essang, Edet Etim . . . . . .418 Essman, Jahn Phillip . . . .240 Estes, Gregory Walker . . . 395 Etchison, Linda Rae . . . . 212 Ethridge, Lawren Esther . . .222, 507 Eubanks, Michael Jeans . . . .256 Evancich, Marie Lee . . . .507 Evans, Alexandra . . . . 375 Evans, Mary Emily . . . . . 507 Evans, V. Marko Webb . . . . 507 Eve, Ronald Martin . . . 365 Evensen, David Arthur . . 380 Ewerhart, Ja Ann , . . . 217 Ewing, Robert L. Jr. . . .435 Eyer, Robert Mclenon . . 380 Faber, Barbara Lou . . . . .201 Fabri, Patricia Lynn .... .201 Fodum, Ole Kristian . , . A18, 587 Foes, Nicholas Brock . . . . . 391 Fagan, Shannon Shelley . . .359 Fagen, Nancy Ellen . . . ,363 Failyer, Cary Stephen . . 244 Failyer, William Dennis . . . .244 Fairchild, Frances . . . . .229 Fantz, Carol Lee , . . . .198 Farlcash, Margaret Rose . . . .456 Farler, John ..... .... 2 90. 295, 302 Farley, Laurie Jan . . . . . .507 Farmer, Bryan Craig . . . . .378 Farrar, Lynn Robert . . . 258, 475 Farrell, Valerie Jean . . , . .2l5, 381 Farsberg, .lay . . . . . . .435 Farson, Cheryl Lynn . . . A35 Farthing, Julie Jai . . . .217 Faulstich, John Alan ...., . . . .270 Fevret, Andrea Cecelia .,.... 122, 126,135,215 560 Fayles, Michael Norman .1 .... 247 Fearn, Stephen Cisne ....... .507 Fegley, Judith Ann . . . . .507 Fegley, Marty Jon . . . . . A47 Fein, Arthur David . . . . . 407, 507 Feingold, Gail Ann , . . . . 356 549 x '. s .sg- Feinsinger, Kathleen S. . Feldman, Jack Charles . Felice Jose h Edward 1 P . Felix, Karen Helen ,... Fellows, Frederick M. . 267, 273, Fellaws,Jahn WhitneyM.. . . . Felzien, Larry Lee . . FenneII,ChristineW. . . . . . . , Fennell, Nancy Lou . 114 '22i1,'22s1, 473, Fennelly, Anne Maureen Ferguson, Calvin L. ..,.. , . Ferguson, Carol Ann . Ferguson, Danny Steven Ferguson, Glenda L. . . Ferguson, Johanna T. . Ferrara, Larry Ross . . Ferrell, James Edward . Ferrey,Annette . . . Ferrill, David Graham . FerriIl,Joseph . . . Ferris, Dale Lee . . . Ferris, DianaJean. . . Fetter, Richard Leland . Feutz, Linda Elizbeth . . Fickel, Bruce . . . . . Fickes,Chorles Edward . Fickes, Michele . . . . Ficklin, Dennis Edward . Ficlilin, James Lourie . Fideks, Connie . . . Field, Carole Lee , . Figge. Elizabeth Ruth . . Filak, Karen M, . . . Filardi, Alice Marie . Filbey, Margaret Jean . Files, Susan Leigh . . Finch, Peter .... Finch, Robert P. ll . . Fineburg, Tam . . . Finizio, Joseph James Fink, Georgia Mary . Fink, Janet Rae . . Fink, Jeffrey Jan . Fink, Marilyn Louise . Fink, Peter ..,. 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Flax. Michael Greg . Flax, Stephen Wayne Fleck, Caral Dyan . . Fleming, Joanna Rose Fleming, Pamela Sue . Fleming, Rheta Doreen Flesche, Jane Mills . . Fletcher, James Adrian Flinn, Joan Marie . . Flitner, Katherine E. . Flood, Allan Everett . Flora, James Harold . Floyd, Carla Jane . in . .461 1222 . 201,228 218 356 299 f1 2-7 ' A473, A441 .433 .360 375 ,435 466 .126 229 507 368 394 507 .204 .388 .376 .507 560 507 210, 508 .251 250 274 508 .360 244 406 .222 114, sos 365 454 240 256 375 .218 .224 .224 447 210 360 .360 .4 29 .218 508 508 210 246 378 .199 Fluken, James John . Fluken, Robert Michael Flygare, Robert Hans . Foley, Melody Ruth . Foley, Miriam Joyce . Falk, Jael Jonathan . Falk, Valerie Sue Kobal Fallette, James Richard Foltz, Gary Stephen . Foote, Stephanie Ann Ford, Cynthia Lynn . Ford, Leyton Charles . Ford, Robert Andrew . Ford, Rosemary Vicki . Forkner, Donald Eugene Forsyth, Kathleen . . Fort, James Anthony . Foss, Norvald Johan . Fossum, Pamela Beatrice Foster, Betsy Ann . . Foster, Carol Anne . Foster, Catherine Reed Foster, Linda Louise . Foster, Mark Alan . . Foster, Tad Stevenson Foster, Virginia Ann . Fowler, Richard . . Fox, Barbara Coe . Fox, Ivan Dennis . . Foy, Dwight Dickinson Foy, Mick ..... Fralick, Robert Ernest . Frances, Sara Augusta Francis, John David . Franckey, Joseph M. . Franco, John Andrew Jr. Frank, Barbara Helen Frank, Rebecca Lynn . Franke, Kent Donald . Frankel, Stuart Henry Franks, Ronald David Frascona. Oliver Ezard 440, 1127 ' A4118 427 J46-1 1373, 447 444, 466 .sos 375 sos 50s .sos 5011 246 .1 20 220 278 5041 204 444, sos 509 258 415, 466 208 .217 201 210, 486 359 240 .433 222, 354 333 201 :iso 437 4:19 378 :16s 509 444 509 220 230. 427 247 459 .444 .256 Fraser, John Davis . . . Fraser, Patrick Joseph . Frauenfelder, Lewis S. . Frazee, Nancy Louise . Frazier, Daniel Richard . Frazier, Kent Franklin . Frazier, Tadd Clover . . Frederick, Charles R. . . Frederickson, Karen B. . Freeborn, C.L. . . . . Freehling, Leslie Diane . Freeman, Jane .... Freeman, Jane .... Freeman, Marianna B. . Freeman, Richard M. . . Freeman, Sally S .... Freeman, William B. ll . Freitag, Janet Lynn . . French, David Arthur . . Frenkel, George . . Freitheim Inge Bioern . Frey, Christopher Peter . Frey, Donald John . . . Frey, Richard Carl . . Frick, Mark Raymond . Fried, Gayle Jean . . . Fried, Marilyn Sue . . . Friedlond, Johanna Hope Friedland, Judith . . . Friedman, Helene Joyce Friedman, Revo Sylvia . Friedrich, Phillip M. . . Frisselle, Bradford P. . . Fritz, Mary Stevens . Frizen, Deborah Jean . Frizzell, Paula Anne . . Frizzell, Stanley E. . . . Froeb, Peter Herman . . Framuth, Janine Carol . Frosolane, Carole A. . . Frost, Albert Abel 111 . . Frost, Christy Lynn . . . Frye, Martin Clifford . . 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And soon the happy yearbook staff found themselves prisoners high up in the UMC. additional credits: Management: Carol Porter, managing editor. Layout: Bob Jenkins, editor: Jim Lee, Susie Zimmerman. Copy: Sandi Ralston, editor: Rick Taylor, Linda Svore, proof reader. Business: Cathy Gerhauser, manager: Barb Strauss. Receptionist: Linda Houdek. Photo Coordinator: Pam Kildahl. Royalty: Holland Duell, editor. Pacesetters: Jayma Bloom, editor. Publications: Randi Doeker, editor. Academics: Lilly Reser, editor. Greeks: Rachel Glueck, Jon Sanko, editors. Athletics: Jack Feldman, editor. Residences: Bill Quirk, editor: Jean McGlocklin. Organizations: Carolyn Moore, editor. Seniors: Andrea Favret, editor. Index: Randi Doeker. Typists: Linda Broughton, head typistg Meredith Hampton, Lissa Pinkston, Nancy Doolittle, Linda Houdek. Exchange: Sue Harrison, editor. Photographers: Macpherson Raymond, Ned Cooper, Head Photographers, Wayne Crosslin, Ellis ,tt-..t..i,,, 4' ' mr g tm Q, ct I t 'fume co WA" Kingman, Jan Kochansky, Pat McGraw, Bill Ragland, Dave Smith, Colin Taylor. Additional Photo Credits: Bruce Cole, Carole Fisher, Kent Gunnufson, Steve Miles, Mark Phillips, Barry Stott, Jerry Stowall, Tom Theotokatos, Boulder Daily Camera, Markay Photographs, Snow's Studio of Photography, University Photo Service. Portrait Photographers: Don Carlson Studio, Markay Studio, Mason Owens Studio, Snow's Studio of Photography, Vantine Studio, Colorama Studio. Cover Photo: Macpherson Raymond. Publisher: Wheelwright Lithographing Company, Salt Lake City, Utah. I E i 1 4 l 4 Z I E 1 I A l sr e I 5 C 2 1 A li 3 T, Q .e 'n i . ' 9, . Q . U . 1 Z., 7 . if U s Q Ui- ff? os' T 019 A 1, I v Q9 ' " si ' ' 'W If 3 oz ' 'F' ' Q , 'im ! . . Q -ii! ,Q - ' ll 0 if ' . 011- . A . If f Q .Q U A jf: 1 . . ' . :Q C it . I 5 I' . ' .Q 0. O s '. 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