University of Iowa - Hawkeye Yearbook (Iowa City, IA)

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Q 'Wes f The hospitals create a lofty and inspiring skyline when seen from across the river . . . a complement to east side with its Old Capitol, Late afternoon shadows from the gothic hospi- tal tower. and the picturesque stone walk to the Quad and the fleldhouse lend distinctive charm to the west campus. x ?xx' ff 73? 13317 - R371 9'-I 7- ji'3ff irx A,-Ziggkii 1 f-PQ'-flaw 1-Q 211533 Yfxiiqjilfg W7-Kiln! 1 I 3' 'F We breezed through months and months of warm, dry Indian sum- mer: but the way those 7:30 classes got earlier every morning let us know it was really autumn. We saw Old Capitol get a beauty treatment, and proudly lift its golden dome into the October blue. Nearly every day we noticed another tree put on its bright autumn foliage, and suddenly drop it off. Tons of paper napkins and ingenu- ity made one of the best Homecom- ing parades ever.-and no one was upset the next afternoon but Ohio. We walked home from the game in a happy daze, and caught zz glimpse of the rocket corn monument burning triumphantly. Vital between-class minutes flew by as we watched the mysterious go- ings-on in the big hole by the Phys- ics building. More often than not we had to climb over piles of people and coats in some remote classroom, when the last echoes of the familiar bell had bounced olf the Old Dent building. and the last howls of the dogs had died away. 5 ww f um. '- 3 2 5? is PW' ' A A , ,' xtnf Na . ,- 1. I 13" , ij I 5 gk:-gg Qf rf . 'Y ' 4--'A we 9? mf-5? ,Ip K '. .E Ak., N I V .' 1 ., . L,- rx ,, I ' 3 - , ' 1? L ,W , X , f V - r 'f X, -' -yu. 1 4 iQ:i,i'3-ill , . - Q, , HQ s' , 3 3 N .pm - , fx . -. X Q3 wp: I fig. + L' 5 4 .I PM . if ,. '12 ,- I '- ' ul 3, !,fgA: A, 3 v -' .3 '1 KX -MVP' .-53, ' - 'Sw 'fri' Q .1931 9' , 1 X -1- ,. xf"O'7 'px ,A NJN 1 m,AL .. V 'vw A fx 'fsik' ,.' 'gf ,.:1 -Q," :Him . -W' . Y. As1YN"!ff, 2- 9 we Kdx. fs B. Sis- 5 -. C ' 31 5 3 iw x . of ""'f"1ai1f3jj3im mm 6 u aux om, make use ol reading room. l'll meet you at the Union for a coke. is often heard on the SUI campus. In addition to the soda fountain, the Union has many other facilities open to students. For those wanting to browse around there is the music room. the library and television lounges, For those who are a littlc more energetic there are ping pong tables, and a juke box in the River room for dancing. IVIEIVIORI L UNIU . . . cenlfer 0 camloow cwlfiuifieri Enjoying thc comfort of the music room. Modern mum! Icnds charm to library. "Hcy. Mum, lct's have fish for dinner!" Many campus committees and clubs meet in the conference rooms and this familiar place is also the home of the YWCA and YMCA. When both the orchestra and chorus give their concerts the Un- ion is thc place. Alumni were espe- cially welcomed to the Union over Dad's Day and Mother's Day weekends and during Homecom- ing. Many of the campus guests appear in the main lounge of the Union when they visit SUI. But even more memorable to the stu- dents are the post-ballgame parties and big dances and formals held at this most well-known campus build-A mg. as s 0 5 .. - 3. .xT"C:'! ' wQqf . fWN 1 x,., 1 -05 " YL +V SV NT' , ' 2's 97' ,wrw - Q- vwdsva 'arf 3 1 V . 91 1 ffm -"M.ws1-' lldnli' 'Y 1' 5' -V V N-:V .1.'Qf4'fw V 1 'A A ' W -' ' ' w 4 AamEmEmM.nwV, W Wu .,,M,,V. LV, ,, W "3 f-- --ab- W'2'a 4? ' 1. - 1V..f:::' ng, I.. 'a , ,,.,, xn .WI :'i,3. , , x ,A - , 'Cf ."'lF'fm ,J WV Q lik "1 W VV - 5 ?l?'f'J M ' few h ' F, L V' Q" V' 1' - " V1Yg.,f ' " R11 'T ni gi- A gi fi '91 jf ,' . r- ' A 'll-' ' V '7 ' 2.Y':.:.F H552 ' LLVLIE' . -wk V xy -N X V 1 I -V VJ, Ve, V --1 T' 9' 0 J V,. fx few V 1' 1 -I t'f'..T,?Va f ' ' 'x Az. Y, 2:61 1 A V ," - .i'!'T3' . X X N 4"N2 f jv " .f :V-' YQ 'Wig QW:-9,5 xV.S..gfg'53,,3f'i V Y V 'mf 'R " : 5' Ll' 'f'::J"f3i-:.:ff.' . . 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Of great interest to many SUI students was Eisenhowefs ap- pearance in Iowa City on Sep- tember 18. He made a speech from the rear platform of his train. Many students and Iowa City residents stood in the rain to hear him. The many arguments between Stevenson supporters and "I like Ike" cryers indicate that SUI stu- dents have a keen interest in elec- tions and national affairs. Even Democrats stood in thc rain to sec lkc. A busy day for poll officials . , , and janitors! vii' P EL .I I X . BEF 1 ,Q ,. . ml ,fv1f"" Lu. '45 Pro ll 'on bcfnrc Ihr pvrfornm " ,NX 1' 3 A 1 fi B V' L ., N4. "f Q xyvxqkz K 3 I .K 5 ug! rim ' 36" . . X ' H 1 XF' 1. ,f A A i , x, B ,W SQ vQ.- Q-- .4 -- DAD'S D Y an lfmoklfion Dads were the most important people at SUI over Dad's Day weekend. This weekend, sponsored by Omicron Delta Kappa and Union Board, featured an extensive program for fathers of SUI students. Among these were an open house party at the Iowa Memorial Union on Saturday, November 8, with music provided by Paul Peerson and his orchestra. The previous eve- ning the Alumni Dad of 1952, Dr. G. A. Sywassink. was presented. Fathers of football players were recog- nized by wearing the numbers of their sons at the Iowa-Illinois game. left: Alumni Dad, Dr. G. A. Sywassinlr, and friend. bottom: Dads replace football player xons on bcnclx during the half. v . , ' 2 2 X A . 'v ...:- . F , ,, '-v...,,if-L. ,QSM :M W, ev. L 5 ,Za I ' 2? .1 xx .qv 1' Q v .. W .. s.g.,w."'1 gf" " 4.2 , .M .. 4, , ..,,w . wi. . v N3 .: b . . , ,V . . ' ., - . 'VYK ,1 ' i , 1:33. ,Z t iff g fiii? . " gf .--. 1 1 . ' A rj ' 3 35 ff 5:1 2, ' W .ILA 'a A , Mfgkfgfr- sv IT' . ' 52? E 4... ,., . 'Y 'I Q i liii-1 fnllef 4' '-'fue if X. fxxwm 'V' 'f3ZEd4'T,?E,AE Qktgff we 'f ff. yu ff 5' in t az. .14 1 r'i..Q., ' 1 gre. P, :Q J, 4 If n 5 J ., i ' ' 'I ,FW I I ' 'ff' Fi V .zgfmisf Q I QB ' '3 ' 'lf' x ffm 'Ifff .Q . Y. -f ,J .' 'EQQSJCJV - 'L' X 'il' 'tl' - 'E'-LSE' 4 . '-ai? fig - - , ' " , glwfl "Av ?f'f X 1-1 . - 1,7 i fi : :MG igfvf vtsfv,-if -Q-sf., 5 , fel :mia i-Msg., " be fl"'.E.11:42J 'fa ' ,gn-qua, K ,VQW , . Q f -f-eg, if af, .gn ,. mfav., ' 3 Irv- t wx 515 , WX .:, s 3 ?g. 5 ! Duke Ellington and arlmirirrs, Before a backdrop fantasy of Santa Claus, reincleers and snow- men, swirling couples danced to the music of Duke Ellington and his orchestra. The theme for the first all-university semi-formal dance at the Iowa Union was "Winter Fantasy." In one corner of the main lounge was a mam- moth Christmas tree while above hung snowHakes and snowbaHs In this Christmas atmosphere a skit was presented during inter- mission by Delta Delta Delta and Kappa Kappa Gannna,sodalso- rorities, and Delta Tau Delta and Sigma Alpha Epsilon, social fra- ternities. Intermission events in- cluded a tea and the presentanon of a cake to Duke Ellington. com- memorating the 25th anniversary of his orchestra. The dance took place Friday, December 5 and was sponsored by the Central Party Committee. top: Evcn Santa and his rcinclccr :urn tlicrc. bottom: A top hand always hollis cvcry- onc's nttvnrinn. Page 28 . x , J ix 1 -' .3 F-N 'b f giilfivi fig' It .rd 5 f, XX ' ' H Vf ne. i , --g 2 'yn 7 v 1 ' . '. xr M, ff X 3, fl Y, -I F5-1 ,eg-V' 44 .S ' I TERER TER ITY PLEDGE PRUIVI . .nn.4A- Su-inging at the Prom. In front of a backdrop of pledge pins, Gordon Dooley and his or- chestra provided the music for the annual Interfraternity Pledge Prom held at the Iowa Memorial Union February 28. Guests of the dance were members of the faculty, administration, and social fraternity housemothers. During intermission the lnterfraternity Pledge queen, Barbara Baker, and her court xvcre presented. Pier attendants were Ianet Henderson. Sue McBride, Leah Thorpe, and Karen Peterson. The queen was selected by the Interfraternity Pledge Council from a group of 18 candidates. top: Arc pidurcs worlli such a long line? bottom: Time out for rcfrcshnrcntsf Page 30 lrlcal Girl of Alagariric X. Ioan Biirrctf ii-itll thc maestro hinisclf. The mcllo music of Vaughn Monroc and his orchestra along with over-sized fraternity pins on a black backdrop provided the an mosplicrc for thc annual lnterfra- ternity Ball held in the main lounge of the lowa Memorial Un- ion. Marilyn Mosbach reigned at this gala occasion with her attcncl- ants, Becky Knuclsen, Dorothy Maher, Ioan Barrett, and Marcene Ringuette. Members of the faculty and the fraternity housemothers made up the guest list. top: Tlzu main lounge was Iillcd will: formals and tilxvdos. bottom: Vmzglin and his troupe also broadcast rlivir uivckly show Irum tlic Union. Page 3I PRIZ , ,yyj MXL.. Wav., .-, .HW .V , in ,1 1 'F "' . Ns . 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This year's formal was given a Mardi Gras theme with gay balloons and confetti decorating the dorm's south dining room. Leo Corti- miglia and his orchestra played. Currier Sweetheart, who also reigned as Queen of the Mardi Gras, was Kathryn Beckman, MISS S.U.I. CA DIDATES bottom row: V. Wenger. P. Church, M. Ringuctte, S. Ioncs, I. Smith, L. Metcalf I Hotz second row: D. Kochrsen, M. Mauer, I. Barrett. N. Musgrave. B. Sicvers, P Kelso P Apland M Halverson I Vogt third row: L, Stockman, P. Brown. S, Button, C. Freeman, P. Foster, C. Alexander A May at 1 rye iya-4..r..wL.. as K - 1 xwan -' M U , S X6 ME K f'A k,, 'Lx is , ' 'm - ' . ' 7, - ' fa . 1 ' . f ,J . ff f ' ' '5 " - , 'Yi' ' wx., N I .V hx ,4 ,?f,:fq, m ' x , N " ,ff ,' fx, Vi ' x 'X wi-'W ' KN' .f gh M I Q-. In R ,, gi! Q ,- I , K. 3 ,Xi Y N.--,QQ .rl ,Lb V YN gf ,,- J f -W ' 2 Q, K- -5 Q A -.H.1if r K K mi 'xg k ,Ni w AA ,Piy, - " 5 .b W' , ff W-. ' "' J51, , -' xx ki'-1, 4 gm , , ,. N mrunmlrz... S. ,., an HP! 1"' KE 2 . Q. .i .. y 4 as li ig, in G 76 I Q b Page 36 Count Basic as hc appeared at Pan-lrcllcnic formal. Many well-known lecturers, or- chestras,and concert presentations were made available to SUI stu- dents again this year. The lecture series made it pos- sible for several prominent lectur- ers to appear on campus as guests. Marcus Childs, prominent syndi- cated Washington news columnist. began the series by speaking on "Washington Calling." A debate between Norman Thomas and Dr. William McGovern on the topic "Do We Have a Constructive Foreign Policy" was next. "These Crucial Days" was the topic of CAMPUS Bculali Gnndling. National AAU swimming champion. Prof. Earl Harper with lohn Mason Brown. "W G U ESTS n u u Vaughn Monroe amoow l98l":50I'Ld,Atl:86 enlferfain . . . Prof. Harper with Norman Thomas and Dr. Williariz McGovern. journalist Dorothy Thompson's lecture. One of Americas leading historians, Arthur Schlesinger Ir. spoke on "The Future of Human Freedom." Frank McNaughton and Iohn Mason Brown also ap- peared as guest lecturers. For her first guest appearance. Beulah Gundling, the national AAU solo synchronized swimming champion. appeared in the annual Dolphin aquatic show. Several months after Homecoming, she once again visited the campus, this time lecturing before the Seals club and showing films of the Olympic games. The Interfraternity dance com- mittee brought to campus Vaughn Monroe and his orchestra. Duke Ellington supplied the music for the all-university winter formal. Dorothy Thompson in an intcruivun Arthur Schlcsingcr Ir. P1511 by 5 2 2 if 4 N 1 'Jun' V X.-A --- ,-4-er, Tx., P ,- -3 - X. ,M -, '--Y' P L, Y tifigf' v g, I ,Rx :ze- Es-, ,-- ,Q-fb - - "Lj'.:L'g:3,a:.:'- 22:7 L Hifi-W . One day the funny little bug flew in the window, and soon we were all suffering happily from his bite. An armada of canoes invaded the mighty waters of thc Iowa, but the landlubbers just as cheerfully headed for Lovers' Leap, well stocked. The library rapidly lost out to the river bank, while out- door classes helped a lucky few to brown the brawn and forget the brain. The footpath to the Med labs looked even more romantic in the soft spring green than under n light snow-it was really worth the trip to class. Some of us, of course, found the tennis courts the most attractive spot on campus in the warm months, for differing reasons. Suddenly we were in the mid- dle of Iune. last minute exam crams and summer plans, and the startling realization that some of us would soon be leaving Iowa. But whether we return or not, there's nothing like Iowa in the spring. - - XJ px- Q -v., QL" b 'rg ' fic'-mf X U H. -, ..,Pm.,X, 1 Na r ' w S . x 9 5 Q, , :.'..:3g's:a-c fx - a , J,?:"i..esA,Z'1 '-5 Q, ... ' 2-1.-A : my .af wifes., Mx., ...s 5:43 ,515e-ffs?'w-afgef-5 EX , T ,?E Apgar... , . 1: .. ' gag? ' 5' I-.5 .T"!a 'VJJ V f ai - N Q B ? 2 ,,,, X new . 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J-Aglygsu ' ,. ..,, X -T V as 'f Q Q' I 'X P sh . Q, W 'iff' u Y ,x if Y . XJ- ,xp . I .sn in A 1 iii! .. ' ' "" "" 5. - gf- -X .6 w "ffm Q 7 'x X , .- Wx fl Page ALLIN W, DAKIN Administrative Dean HARVEY H. DAVIS Provost DEAIXIS OF SIDNEY G. WINTER Dean, College of Commerce ELMER T. PETERSON Dean, College of Education 4 M R11 DEWEY B. S1'ulT Dean, College of Liberal Arts if MYRTLE KITCHELL Dean, College of Nursing Page 48 DEAIXIS Louis C. ZOPF Dean, College of Pharmacy Buuca E, MAHAN Dean, Extension Division DI RECTURS EARL E. HARPER Dircctor, School of Finc Arts WAYNE Vltsiax' Director, School of Social Work M, WILLAHU Lmximz Director. School of Religion Lesura G. Monmiik Director. School of Iournulism L. DALE FAUNCE Dean of Students Tan MCCARREL Registrar Page 49 Actuarial science students lmlnc nvailablc the facilities of a modilrn computing room. The College of Commerce was established at the State Uni- versity of Iowa in 1921, ln 1926 the Bureau of Business and Economic Research was added to the college to furnish students with an opportunity to study business problems and practices in Iowa. Since 1949 the program of the college has been ad- ministered through its six departments: accounting, economics, general business, labor and industrial management, marketing, and office management and business education. The curriculum offered by the college is designed to build up a fundamental understanding of the structure, operation, and function of our economic organization and of its several parts. The college is committed to the principle that specialization in business training must be accompanied by both a background in business and a substantial acquaintance with liberal arts. Page 50 in-fr I Kzf vx-ll -F. u 3: SEG' :I at if :lr I in . S. f 'ww' WW M5 l'f -SMA 1 N!!! HI .L .,,. . HH .2 n li X I .hz '59 X 5 ,---. V 1 , W mx. '.. .4W'?i1 ' . , g-J - 2 ww" SL. I l, A -17' ,Q , l wi ' ' bfi IE " . T fi ., . L: 'Zh - JOHN E. FREDERICKW. GEORGEW. JAMES H. '5 if ' ' 'V LA ADAMS AISTROPE ADAMSON ANDREASEI L In ti 5, va .Sri Ames Glenwood DES Moines Rinqsted ' ', H :A I' I ' . -WL. mf' ffwffi 7 N lg - V . R' J ':.4-fy, '5"" 2 Ng -. .X f.. ' - :v is - ' E A A , IMT A . W I -A -- E L CHARLESW. CHARLESL. DAVIDH. ROGERR. tv 1 ' ' ffl, I APPLEOATE ARNDT BAAUM BACHTELLL if , ' la! lj Jefferson Des Moines Independence Waterloo W -I .4 ' Y IQ1: ' L - 4- f' 635 Q! ' izl' J A , Q' QEOROEW. LEsL1EH. MILFORD D. JOSEPH R. ' ' 1.4 ' 5 5 -2 ,, 'A 'Una ' BAEHR EANKSON BARDLEY BARND ' ,fi L , 4' - KZ, i 'ff Des Moines Sioux Ciiy Sioux Cify Menchesrer 1 Qi 4 .R - . S ' ISLE!! .. .. I if. ,. A-Lilies. , , R 9 Q I 2 x9 b GLEN R. ROBERTC. LOUISE JERRY L. 4 . W' I - ' V V' .4 R RARIO SEALS BAUL BLOMBER6 I 'i A ' Cedar Rapids Iowa Ciiy Cedar Rapids For! Dodge 'S' N " -' Y? ' E "2-I I ."' . Y Iggy, L 5 ' 'R V H ROBERT v. SAIL M. JERRY L. NED c. 6 ' fu' 1" - -fl f A aLOssER BOHY BOULUND BRANDT ' 3, Des Moines Albin Iowa Ciiy Mason Ciiy A SEN IDRS 1953 A .ga 0 In it , x Le VJ H I 9 . I , Q -- H '5'Ii"Ii ' 'O U I -L f - .L -'- ,y .sf X Ea 1 r R. -'5 a M I 'eww 'L R 31 L' ' g L L'-5 ai' A' F' " ' . ' La 2, A is A ,W I ,.J, I '-RN: . - .P if -2 ?L V- X I .1 . . a t , FI . rg' g .N cr' if " C. 9 X' J . E ' ' E: 'ze I f In L 1 - HU f ,ewan D -,l E I DUANE R, DERRIL N. GEORGE MARY L. A LOGAN vv, BROWN BUNCH BURAK BUSCHING CADVALA Alberf Cify Laurens Iowa Ciiy CIarIcsviIIe Iowa City EDWARD E. DEAN T. JACK H. DENE L. HAROLD CALVIN CARLSON CARSTENSEN CLARK OLETUS Eurlingfon, CoIo. SL Ansqnr Clinion Iowa Ciiy Page 52 J - D -D - ...E 53. , .:.,. Y A :.nyjg'yi hmm' .fffz F I: L , A y ,KI 'Dy " W . ' I :L l E. 1 N' ' .. .L l I J I I - r I.. to -1 S " md' I...-11 I ,.. . F, 7 ... 4 , , - in .V 'J '- , 9 Eg! " Y. el ll, - 3 ' 'Y f .9 f ,IE fi i' 'gm , . I V V I Q fy fe.: 'E f I ' I 2'3" W -'xl' I I ' I' f I "V ra: l. 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ROBERT J. DAVID E. JAMES F. JAMES R. CALVIN P. CHARLES H. REDERICKS FURRER GALES GAMBONY GAUSE GIBBS GILFILLAN GLADE GORDON vavefly IndIanoIa SIouxCiIy chicago, Ill. Lynville Des Plaines, III. Independ.,Wis:, Bridgewaler EvoreN,Mass. .l .fQg,Q,., -'..23lfPf1ITv'g' u ie, , V X ' " .I-J 25 .515 .,. ' - A 15 iiggxf ' r - Agni ' :W J Iii? I 1 -5.1 el "2 S J"-I A. -Ps' any nv . ' A .0 k , 1 .f ... .lr . ro H! ,Q QQ' A wit!! I , - '- 'JI K , 11 rr 4 7 f f If 7 1 A W f I Y 'f "" "':ffZU'? X' " 25 "N" , Yi f"""""f3iP'fI'STM '- I 'W . , - ji , v"" I .LET 1 in 6.I,::.qIf3y V. flu l 'Q 4 4: .Q 'gf - A 5.5.3 ?-i :slug fb lg I N , 1 , , . . N, 'M Y, v .1 A if 1 9 Q IA- f I gf . , .. I .I. , ' '.-' lf' . " ' 'V' Cb ' ' uf 1 I I fl LAIR R. DENNIS F. REED H. JOHN M. LEE O. HAROLD D. DONALD E. STANLEY D.. RICHARD D. ALL HAROLD HARTSOOK HAYS HAYS HAYWARD HEATON HEMMEN HENRY lkpofl Mem clly Des Moshe. l.-M Cify Knoxville Independence Council BIuIIs Blairsburq whaling 'ICHARD JAMES A. EDWARD T. BILL BOBBY E. ALBERT CHARLES ROBERT B, EARLE ILL HOCHBERGER IMHOFF ISENBERGER JENNER JOHNSON JOHNSON JONES ICALDENBERG amoni Cedar Rapids Chicago. III. Sioux Cify WiIIon Jci. For! Madison Iowa Ciiy Chicago, III. Monroe DONALD C. KALLENBERG Des Moines STUART P. LAWRENCE Clinlon ROBERT R. MAU Perry ROBERT L. KEEPER Mcrshallfown ROBERT H. LAY Davenpori KENNETH McCUTCHEON Delmar W, NEALE KELLEY Burlington MELVIN L. LEWIS Burlinqlon MARTIN A, MEDEVITT Winilirop JANICE C. KEELINE Council Bluffs ALLAN LIEBLING SI. Joseph, Mo. LAURANCE J. MEYER omnpon EDWIN A. KELLY iowa can RICHARD L, LOFTON Keokuk PAUL B. MILLER Keosauqua RICHARD F. CAROLYN H. WILLIAM L. KIRKE KOCH KRAHL Des Moines sawn can Grandview ROBERT E. MARVIN L. JAMES LOWERY LYMAN MARCOVIS Sanborn Oakland Des Moines RICHARD E. ALBERT A. GWENDOLYN MILLER MONTGOMERY MOORE Iowa Cily Siuarl Manley ROY L. KRUEGER Keolculc ADELBERT L MARTIN Nevada THEODORE M UELLER Hcmplon WAYNE A. NELSON Des Moines JAMES W, PATTERSON Iowa Ciey DAVID C. NEUHAUS Fairfax RICHARD A. PETERSON Council BIul5s DOLORES M, Neuzn low., any DONALD J, POI-ILS Rockwell Cify WALLACE F. NICHOLSON Des Moines LAMAR E. POP? Mason City JOANBARA GERALD L. NIELSON NORDOUIST Clinlon Ferl Dodge PAUL D. DONALD J. PORTER PYLES Burllnglon SI.Josepl'1. Mo. ROBERT E. EUGENE A. NYE Keokul: DALE J. RAZEE Harlan ofxmour row.. cziy KENNETH D. REEDS Iowa Ciiy THEODORE PATROU Wabshrr CH JOHN I.. REID Gr. Rpds., M :- ROLD J, JOHN H. JOSEPH J. GEORGE F. ISTER REUSCH RIES RISCHMUELLER ux Ciiy Burlingion Iowa Cify McGregor ILTON C. ARTHUR L. JOSEPH M. RICHARD C. SEMEYER ROSS ROWAN RUBIN ason Ciiy Corredionvilla Burlingion Dalciwell. N.J. UY WARD W. JOHN A. RICHARD E. UNYAN RUSKE RUTTAN SANDAL es Moines Fenfon Hawerden Fori Dodge EAN R. ARNOLD V. LILA RODNEY NDER SCHNOEBELLEN SCHRADER SCHROEDER esi Liberfy Iowa Ciiy Guiienburg Clinion AUL H. GARYT, LEO G. JAMES S. CHWERIN SCOTT SELS SHERMAN Ianaqsn, III. Des Moines Pella Sioux Ciiy DEAN E. HARRY NORMAN W. JOHN E. CLARENCE C. LOY D. SHIRLEY ROGER V, HAROLD R. SIDDALL SIEVERS SIVERTSEN SKELLEY SMITH SMITH SMITH SFOHN STARK Laurens Ariingion. Va. Clinion Des Moines Cedar Rapids Eidora Whiiien Cedar Rapids Ricaville ALAN MARGARET J. RAYMOND R. WILLIAM R, JOANN RICHARD S. CHARLES W. JOHN J. CLARENCE STERN STEWART STEWART SUDBROOK SWEET THOMPSON TOLAND TOMICI-I TRIPLITT Des Moines Fairfield Fairiieid Newion Des Moines Des Moines Dickens Iowa City Jefferson DAVID VAN GINKEL Des Moines WILLIS E.' WEBER Iowa CIIy Page 56 MARY L. vreres omnpon RICHARD N. WEBSTER Alqona WILLIS A. VOLKMER Weshinglon JAMES R. WEICHMAN Cedar Rapids DELBERT WAKER CHARLES W. WHITE Lamoni LEON D. WALLIN Marcus HERBERT J. WILSON Sioux Cify llrsf row: D. Herzog, D. Harold, L. Ross. R. Webster. H. Wills second row: R. Ioncs. I. Gilllllan, R, Kair, C. Glade. I. McFarland T. WARD PHILLIPS Des Moines JOHN WOOD Sheldon rhird ron-: R. Bachtell, L. Short, D. Carter, D, Clark, D. Bunch, B. Peterson fourth row: R. Arildsen, 1. VanRcc. A. Iohnson. I. Duxbury. C. Triplitt, W. Ruskc WILLIAM K, WASHBURNE suflangson MARION A. YOUNGERS Sheldon WILLIAM WEBB Jefharscn ZI LM ER DEAN D. Waferloo OFFICERS President . . . RICHARD SANDAL Vice-president . . RUSSELL KAIR Secretary . . . MARY Lou V1ERs Treasurer .... MARY SAWYER Historian .... DEAN SIDDALL COLLECIATE 4 CHAMBER of COMMERCE first row: T. Mueller, M. Sawyer, IVI. Viers, S. Smith, L, Ross second row: D. Siddall. I.. Cadwaladcr, L. Irwin, D. Sandal, R. Kair, D. Brown The Collegiate Chamber of Com- merce is one of the active organiza- tions on campus. Its purpose is to promote better relationships be- tween the commerce students and the businessmen. It also sponsors industrial tours each year. The first event on the calendar of the Col- legiate Chamber of Commerce was a student-faculty mixer at the Union. The Career conference was held February 17 and 18. Leading busi- nessmen spoke to students about the careers in commerce, An im- portant paper to the Collegiate Chamber of Commerce member is the Commerce Crier, a publication which contains the news of the college. Page 57 DELTA SIGMA PI 'T' M eg' W is ! K Page 58 i .zfjv - inks ' top row: M. Bardsley, E. Bartholomew, M. Baum, R. Blosser. G. Campbell. I. Conklin, T. Cclglazier, Dene Clark, Duane Clark, G. Ellison, E. Evans. Fer uson second row: W. Gales. A. Gatchell, I. jackson. B. Ienner, A. Iustis. L. lgair, R. Kair. I. Maggert, D. Martens. A. Martin, A. Mathias. R, McConnell third row: D. Miller, T. Mueller. L. Nelson. W. Nelson. D. Neuhaus. H. Newkirk. W. Niehaus. E. Nuss. R. Peterson. R. Quade. I. Ruttan. D. Ryan fourth row: R. Sandal, K. Shearer, D. Siddall, I. Slebiska, H. Stark, Stewart. W. Sulen- tic, I. Van Rue. D. Wacker, R. Whitacre, G. Wills, W. Youngman : Q ' we' 1' .fr f W' ff .- .w"""" "fB":w - 'mv ., Q ,. . : . , g r, V' F .. .Q . , X "s S ., W3-' ,E ,gn '- , :, ... 1 .elif-' .E . W, . L -. X A. jj: by : ss Q, b A y in I ein. Z.. f -. v . s. 1 Hg, . 'f - 2' ' ' " .. , , ,. ms' 'B ,si I L. ,.. figs E.: QA I 3 . W1 A J V 2' new . Rf, E A. QU ' it ,. - it "1 5" 5315 it Lg ' 1 v , . 5' iv , 1 s yea. V- - 51 .csv -aiff adir' V A f f as T r fae sefn '- ' , s ' f -, if 'l ' A .3 -r '. .1 t "ek ' " ii A . 1 -r W ,. .. 5. A . . Q M U 'yiggf' on I of , -.1 .. : ' 1' ' w .. P V.. . -,wi ,-Qs, . ' .V r we 1 -- :Ll 1' Q LJ, W ' z.: f . ' s 1 .. 1 w 5 A H W I My iw' ul V. 32 59 IEEYSHV Vasu t A " J r V- " A 2 ', .' 1 f . - t. ' ' 'WA' f,, "i?3!f::M 5 2 3 X V' gn . kg! Il? . sig .L J ' P . 2 Q ' ..,f- H A r X h,'1'3. X e . L H- . -if Ad' , . .57 'fa Q t 52 ' 3 Q j 2' x T F 4 Y aw 3. W M as ' , 'E+' " jk? Ei 'liif' 339 ' " tba ig' "W it l 'V' i AT tm '4' at x 1 gf' X 'J ai if 55 g. f l 3 gggvo W 1 it 'ski .eel if.. ...vt . . -v lm N if go ef Ni' P P kg A X sh Delta Sigma Pi, the world's largest fraternity, aims to develop in its members the ability they will need in the field of commerce. ln addition to this necessary train- ing Delta Sigma Pi enjoyed a busy social year. The Founder's Day dinner was held in October at the Ox Yoke inn in Amana. They also found time to enter a homecoming float in the parade. The l2th of December found the Delta Sigma Pi's at the Rose Room in the Hotel Iefferson for the annual formal. Mary Io Stew- art was chosen "Rose of Delta Sigma Pi" while Ioan Barrett. Carolyn Macumber, and Carol Fillingworth reigned as attend- ants. Aside from the purely social aspects. the Delta Sig's are in other activities. Russell Kair is a chairman for the Careers confer- ence. Collegiate Chamber of Com- merce is participated in by Russell Kair, Richard Sandal, Dean Sid- dall and Ted Mueller. In the spring industrial tours are given by the Fraternity. The rorcs of tlzvir drrmns ,om ewiona commerce rafernifg OFFICERS junior Vice-president Senior Vicc-president R-rad all about Doha Sigma Pi! President . . .ROBERTQUADE . . .WAYNE NELSON . . . RICHARD SANDAI Secretary . . . . DEAN SIDDALI Historian . . DENE CLARK Page 59 first row: D. Heaton, C. Gordon, L. Ross. I, Robinson. C. Glade second row: D. Harold, D. Costigan, D. Bravn. I. McFarland. L. Cadwalader, D. Brown third row: I. Gillillan, N. Kelley. R. Rubin. R. Grant. M. Youngcrs, V, Gcrickc fourth row: G. Runyan, C. Triplitt, I. Duxbury, I. Tocclt, D. Klahn, R. Schrader Page 60 LPHA K PPA PSI Alpha Kappa Psi, one of the three professional commerce fru- ternities on campus, aims to develop in its members the capabilities they will need in the field of commerce. Besides this training. Alpha Kappa Psi's busy social calendar included their traditional winter dance. their annual alumni reunion on Dad's day. and the annual spring frolic to be held later in the year, Picnics. parties, and industrial tours to ac- quaint students with their profes- sional surroundings were also inf cluded on the social agenda. Alpha Kappa Psi had its share of members on the Collegiate Chamber of Commerce. On the board this year were Duane Brown, Logan Cadwalader and Lavere Ross. Members were also elected to class offices. Marion Youngers was elected president, Iim Gilfillan, vice- president. and Dick Hill, treasurer. Each year Alpha Kappa Psi awards a scholarship key to the male com- merce student holding the highest grade point average for four years. Professional meetings coupled with active participation in the Career conference completed the schedule of activities. Those af ffr. mc fafr g dmrmfons. pro e55i0na commerce mlfernilfy OFFICERS A bricf rcviru' of hisfory, President .... CALVIN GLADE Vicc-prcsidcnt . . LAVERE ROSS Secretary . . MARION YOUNGERS Treasurer . . . IOIIN Duxuunv Page bl first row: M. Stewart. S. lten. W. Kair. L. Blaul, I. Hannum second row: D. Carr. L, Haman. I. Walker, I. Nielson, M. McGrath third row: M. Miller. M. Busching, M. Sawyer. E. Etter, L. Schrader fourth row: I. Keelinc, E. Distelhorst, L. Abbott, D. Fnrrcr, M. Vicrs, D. Ncuzil Page 62 PHI GAIVI MA Phi Gamma Nu, the womens commerce sorority on campus in- creased its membership this year by seven new pledges. Phi Gamma Nu started the year out with the olilcers that had been selected last spring. The sorority has partici- pated in its share of the various campus functions and activities, A few of their social activities Were: an informal card party early in No- vember which prospective pledges attended: a pledge party for new pledges held at the home of Dean Winters: the pledging and initiation dinner at the Hotel Iefferson: and a Christmas party at the Union at which gifts were exchanged. Bridge parties were held at vari- ous intervals throughout the school year. ln Ianuary a social dinner was held at the Mayflower. The magazine of Phi Gamma Nu is the sorority's national magazine through which its members benefit. lt serves as a supplement to special- ized training in several of the larger areas of business and industrial activity. P ro e55i01fm commerce mlfernify OFFICERS Rcmvmbcr those dicts! President . . . MARY Lou VIERS Vice-president . DOLORES Nsuzn Secretary .... MARY SAWYER YYeamu?r. .BAARY Lou SLoANn Page 63 . , ftfrfff -L ..... ..a. . . .W - P , """'f' gs.-Q 5 ,,-',:vlPLQi'3Ff1fv.m-vvw.33'f. f K .,,......wfm-1 W 'Q .fE".."f!.l:Ji' C , frr.:s.!."'KI!15'""'5A'8"'5b,'8"'.. rl' A L 4 ., , - .,,, QgCl3fQQ35W - . ,,K,,,.,,. . ,.... Mr., Mm. f 2-214 v Q, Qfv nur ' www- QMM' 'MV "ff: 7 ' ,iq x ,...... , . x..r,,,i-Q, Af' as - was -2-P ,ff xi i Tlic battle for bravery. Since its organization in 1882 the College of Dentistry has constantly been expanding, not only in the number of students enrolled, but also in the type of equipment used and the number of courses studied. On Ianuary 1, 1953, Dr. William I. Simon, former professor in the College of Dentistry at the University of Minnesota. became the new Dean of the College ot Dentistry at SUI. This year thc College was the recipient of two special grants. The National Cancer institute awarded a grant to be used to provide facilities and material forthe study and understanding of cancer for undergraduates. The second award was made by the Na- tional lnstitutc of Dental Research in April. l952, for the study of special research problems in unexplored fields. Advancement has been made in research under the Children's Welfare de- partment and in the rapid development of the Childrens Dental Health clinic. 1 Page 64 ,.v 'll A 4: Il: ll hx ' M J-' -- 15 '- -.. - I N - I ' f 41 "V an I. 7-Tig iw ,Q , , b ,KLV I '. , 'V -. N .-fa 73 in' Q- .1 2 'iiiafgn 2 - . 1, - . ,, , . , 1 9 W I 3 Q . fl. aw 'a?M1-.vw 9 X :1i:k.:' E' F'1i""'iT'V 1'E4N3fan:A 5f4 wg V' - 1 5 K .Lf,'mP5 'MIXER' 1-tv, ,Q ?1E?5Ri'e15'f": ,A K K , , . ,viii ',-4 1 W ' 'T' qglrgim ' E tkwzdi"aQg'1Ns,l1g,1,:N,L ' 4 V A ' , Feffm,w'4,gf'ff,g g isiiiiigfiiil EW K XLMlv12lle1El ' f Q . :533H32fnfff':1 MN N Y , f -' lg' 'm ils' Z -"' fe. Li' - 7.3'i"'f' . 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R I .1 'vw " .mug .3 R " nfl Us' I ml, we 1 jo f aw: 7 I 7 r,, fgf:.....: It ,L 'eil . F "' 'E mg , "ff-I 1' I ' 2 9 , I .xi 5 V .w-'5 I3 ""f'E?Sf ia. " I I? .f, 4 I., A 'sim ' "Q F' Sw-W' -.. ,-" . 131- ' xi.. I nf fl" Aff' iw' - ' 'II Iv " N ' lin, ' I M .. -t if T' ?SI5 ' -32 nw I 8"Q',, -iI4Ix-5.. " . , A ,.. 0 Q, U ,, .xg , Q T. ..-931. ,4-,Z 5 . .. 1 ' ' if . . ' 51:53 14" f , ,v W H Is , J f f A f ,I , .J . J , , . - , 5? L , . rt I fi l i,-, 64, '. , IL. I' ."N I. 1 ' '13 If f. .' ' 'II ' 575: I Q Iii? :fl 5 51 L I 'Q 'f 922' " i I , K -,. ft' SENIORS - 1953 d as , . 'P . 5 lv JAMES A. JACK HAROLD E. WENDEL E BUCK CALVERT CLOUGI-I COON Ames Iowa City Iowa Ciiy Des Moines LEO F. JOHN J. CLYDE RICHARD T DECOUNTER DEGOOYER DUNN EVANS Iowa ony sm-bam Afkins row.. cny ROSCOE E. TYRUS R. WESLEY F. JOHN B. FELDMAN FIDELER FROHARDT GILMORE Ames Remsen Iowa CiIy Osierdock WILLIAM J. LLOYD E. JAMES B. ALAN D, GIRSCI-I GRANT HARRIS HATHAWA1 Waferloo Indianola Jewell Muscatine GEORGE L. HAROLD R. WAYNE M. JAMES R. HILL HILLER I-IOPP HUGG Clarion Jewell Moville Burlingicn JOHN R, PAULJ. THOMAS THOMASJ. JONES JOHNSON JOSLYN KAEP Iowa Ciiy Odebolt CIe-sr Lake Dubuque KENNETH J. ROBERT D. CURTIS L. RICHARD KOKJOI-IN KNIGHT LAYTON LINDENMEYER Iowa Cify DoIrcIe Ciiy Cedar Rapids Oak PIL, III. Page 66 Q E I ROBERT A. KARR Fonda PAUL K. MAXWELL WI'1eICheor JOHN L. MEANDREW iawa ciiy . DALE v. SANDVIG ciiy eiaaiiiiiaai DONALD R. vON HERO ciiaiiag ciiy METER DONALD E. DONALD J, MYRON E. JAMES E. OALEN w. MaELENEv MEiS NELSON NORTH PATTERSON ciiiiiaii siaiii ciiy Waierfoo Dai Maiaaa Iowa ciiy CARLOS ERNEST E. WILLMAR DONALD E. MARY L. SANTANA SKARE SMiTH sONius THOMPSON Sioux ciiy Radcliffe iawa ciiy Iowa ciiy Red Oai DANIEL E. ROBERT F, ROBERT M. LEO E. wAiTE WATSON WHTTESIDE YOUNG iawa ciiy iawa ciiy Siaiiii Laia eiaaiiingai JOHN M. REPP iawaciiw ROBERT 6. THOMPSON Oskiuloosa MYRON L. zEiGLER Mason cu, ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF DENTISTRY first rou-: R, Feldman, N. Schulz. H. Gannon. W, Bowkcr second row: M. Millcr, T. WVTKKG, G. Black. D. Sonius third row: D. Camp, W. Frohardt. I. Gordon. C. Bolender frst row: N. Schulz, G. Holtorf. D. Rcdig, I. Miller, Dr. Herrick, North, G. Daskalos. D. Duncan, D. Mcis second row: W. Moldcnhauer, R. Bichcr. D. Dandvigyl. McAndrew, I. Buck. W. Dono- van. W. Girsch, VV. Lindquist. R. NVhiteside, L. oung third row: B. Peterson, G. Patterson, I. Lacoq, V. Bacino, I. Iohnson, H. Monroe. H. Gannon. C. Kromer, R. Feldman. W. McCoy, P. Iohnson fourth row: S. Christensen, I. Orr, C. Miller, B. Nordmark, P. Fouchard. S. Bliss. K. Kruse, l. Bawden, T. Witte, B. Thompson, G. Vincent. A. Iuffer, A. Brown fifth row: T, loslyn, F. Ruliffsou. I. Dowovski. C. Phillips, It Ferguson. R. Morrow, H. Packard. C. Layton, B. Blocks. R. Lindenmcycr, T. Harper, R. Watson. E. Lrunpe. H. Hiller. R. Hill, R. Knight, A. Houg Page 68 DELTA SIGMA DELT Delta Sigma Delta, with 65 active members and a total membership of 75, enjoyed a busy year both pro- fessionally and socially. P. VV. Herrick was the new faculty ad- visor. Several interesting clinics comprised the chapter's professional activities. The record in intramural sports this year included winning first in the professional league both in fencing and heavyweight basket- ball. A very successful homecoming party was held at the house with many alumni present. Several other parties were held at the house after games and the annual spring formal was held in April. The district con- clave was also held in April with delegates attending from five other midwestern dental schools, Several members of Delta Sigma Delta re- ceived honors elsewhere on campus: Andy Houg was elected captain of the '53 varsity football squad. Ray Hill was elected president of the Iunior American Dental association and Harold Gannon was elected president of the Associated Stu- dents of Dentistry. The Delta Sigma Delta wives' club held its monthly meetings at the chapter house. Timc for rclaxalion. pro emionaf Jenlfaf Zfczlfernilfy OFFICERS Grand Master . . IAMES Norm Worthy Master . Pzxuz. MAXWELL Scribe .... ROBERT Momzow Treasurer-Steward . , .IAMESIOHNSON Acquiring some moflzcrly assistance, Page 69 first row: W. Bowkcr. L. Higley, B. Higley, I. Whiscnand, I. Ionrs, R. Mcrshon, D. Dana. D. Donovan, H. Pearson, R. Thompson, R. Fuller second row: W, Hopp, B. Krcmenak. C. Newcomer, G. Sharbondy, A. VanClcve, R. Gaston. Wormle ', C. Dunn, D. Iecklin, D. Mclileney, M. Zcigler, A. Glattly, R. Spdan. I. Barton. Cole third row: H. Griffin. K. Koriu-tscl, B. Suthcrlin, N. Rowlc . R. Hufford. D. Burkgrcn, I. Molsberry, I. Otto, I. Wetland, R, Humke, C. Roundebush. I. Leo, W. Schneider. H. Hanger, I. Wittman. W. Bahcr fourth row: R. Rubcdealux, S. Cejka. F. Krapck. E. Skare, F. Donner, L. Grant, H. Clough. I. Hugg, W. Smith, K. Kokiohn, D. VonBcrg, I. Oden, I. Harvey. I. Hamilton, C. Adams. D. Wait, A. Hathaway Page 70 PSI OMEGA Psi Omega had a successful year both professionally and socially. This year the chapter had 83 active members and a total membership of 100. Bi-monthly meetings were held and once a month a specialist lectured to the group on general dental and scientific matters. The faculty advisor this year was Dr. D. Whisenand. Chapter activities included the complete remodeling of the chapter house linaucecl by contributions and labor provided by the active chapter. The record in intramural sports included winning first in the pro- fessional league in both softball and tennis doubles. 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ALBERTSON ANCIAUX BAEDER BAUM Sioux Cify Iowa City LaCrosse, Wis. Cader R-api EDWIN O. ERNST H. FRANK C. MAURICE BENEDICT BERENTSEN BUCHWALD BURESH Ferndale. Mich. Sfav-anger, Nor. Ames Lime Spring EDWARD E. HALIT KEITH HERSCHEL BYRNES CAKIR COLVERT CULLEN Mcrslhalllown Erzurum, Turley Oak Plc., III. Fori Mndiso ROBERT L. PAUL F. ROY E, WARREN O DAVIS DUNLAP ELLERHOFF ESSLER Eldorn Iowa Cify Burlington Dnvenpori RAYMOND M, JOHN S. REX H. CHARLESVV FLANDERS GALVIN GOFF HANCHER Wellman mu cafy luwu cny luwu cny 0 .I I I. .f ' I SENIORS I u f . . .. A 1 is , I5 gf- :uf ' -' V, ' K- I Q -.V . K. , - ' - 7 1 , N' . P- -5, . f' 1 . , .A 1 Wei .,, 1 5 4 'CF I . F A' " I' . R' I . , " . I, 7 f , -M"'mL., - , i ' " ' 4 .. A f' ' 1 . r- - .. ' '5 .5 , " , - ' 4 ' ' .fl -, " . ' -'Q Q Q 2- I 9 - 1 ff:-Y ' I '3 -:I I Ci eu- " ' "' ' -. ' - 5 if mv.. ii if 'R ' . -ia '1' '.'.i'f GALE B. ROBERT A. PAUL C, EDWARD L. HERBERT PAU E HANSEN HAY HENNIG HIGGINS HORACEK All Audubon Iowa ony Dubuque low. cn, cuauf Rupids HOWARD O. ZIYA MICHAEL-I. RICHARD E. HERBERT O. LESLIE KIRALI KOVICH LAREW LARKIN Iowa Ciiy Isfanbul. Turley Davenporf Iowa Cify Iowa Ciiy Page 74 '.- 'ff' is ' u W ' ii ' 3 I -. 'if . f f' ' 'r 'H e .3 'uf 3 N-::.. " ' Q,-rf 2 . "' .. Q ..i':i: I ng-A.. if , new , ' " f v-In M... - It ' g I fur., 'fvigl Il- KL gd I r'.:.'fIf' .JI IQ3 9: f If tt' X4-Q' CLEO ,gf I I X :ff ?": . .JF .1 ' ".f-gt' '?'l C1 " 5 W: UT ' far if I: f ' 3 nv Iv: f "'::,. mv 'A f,-Q , 'ff lf. . . ,., I , frh- - W , - .., . 5 . 5 ' 5. A p ," Mvgf - Q ' ' , Q . f i f . H1 - :fr A ' . .g- f . fu ' - ' " A - ' 4. 'W W. fig I f Eff!--gf' IM' if E351-T Q "Wx E21 a, . . gn . . ., . -. ...- V f, I, 5... A Q. , .1' ps: fs . iff fs, X, .. . ... -mn. . ,. ,. , , , W M . , " ' ,iw . .. H?-'afilf A 13555 4T5W:: 1,, 'Sk if "Ji . 4-5 gif? ff A' I f Q .I,gg5.fQg.'?? f -gf. iii" ' ".2' ? i I,.L , HQIQKQQ! 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AUTURO S. METSIE A. AILLER MILLER MITHELBERG MUELLER MULVEY NELSON NOONAN OBADIA OLESIUK :off Madison Dubuque Quincy Dubuque Albany. N,Y. MancI1esIer Dubuque Caracas, Ven. S. Hadley. Mass. PHIL J. WARREN C. WAYNE H. JAMES A. VERNON A. WILLIARD I. MARVIN E. CARL LAURANCE D. IDRTH PAGEL PARRICK RICI-IMANN ROSE SAYRE SEDLACEK SETZER SHAW Jubuque Tama LeCInIra Marion Audubon Cedar F-:IIs Fairfax Souih Amana Iowa CiIy M., ..r-I , , xr W' v fu H H . ' , .1--w - 1' ..B . 2 I p "-gy ff' mf. - . 1 ' xr 'ls wtf ! 2 , 'va I I 'fx -' A hum: 'f " Vg? "Y -whg 'V 2. H.vi w 9, f,M Q?. 'c':a4fW 5 A 3 ?.fQmx 1 gm,g "j IRL? ',i. xii' fit- - ggi: IggJ?r:y4 Ii: 2 A-' . - if Q- if ' ' I f Ai" , I I if " in . 145.3 K 3' I' .ffl , ,. ' 59:1 4 Q3 552 ff? ,. .46 31 ' .L . 152, f . Ms.: 412634 '. rw: In .. -mi . :GV Wig, 1. . t :ILA-qv Qin, T 5 gag- 5.5: 3 -. " I-1 w3g'?v ,.,,3"-A ' 1" 3...3 I lf' .--' . I Ti 1 If ' ' ' 'gf ' ' 'ggi "R 5.4 7" f' . , L. . , ' 'r , 5 R ROGER W. DONALD D. STANLEY B. I-IANS DONALD D. DONALD W. SHERMAN SNYDER ETZEN STORAAS SWANSON THOMAS CIInIon CoIIins Iowa Cify Bergen, Norway CIear Lake Sioux Ciiy WILLIAM E. EDMUND J. CYRILW. JERRY A. HAROLD P. RICHARD C. THOMPSON TILLO VONFUMETTI WADE WENDLER YOUNG Idaho Falls Iowa Cify Dubuque Iowa Cify I-Iomesfead Keokuk Page 75 . . pro ewiona engineering first row: M. Sedlacck, W. Essler, R. Flanders, L. Miller. E. Berenlsen srcond raw: E. Levin. D. Tweed, M. Bebne, V. Rose. R. Stapleton third row: D. Mozey, R. Briccland. D. Baader, F. Long. R. Davis fourth row: I. VVait. R. Lcistikow, D. Thomas, H. Cullen, D. Carson. E. Benedict ET . . pro edaiona engineering first row: D. Carson. I. Baum. R. Marolf, D. Thomas sccond row: E. Bercntscn. M. Bcebce, B. Cooper. W. Esslcr, B. Anciaux, S. Syvcrud, I. Wait. F. 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DOUGLAS J. BRIGGS BROWN BUNCE ISURRIS Sumner Iowa CiIy Des Moines Maquolefa CRAIG O. BEN C. LEWIS C. DENMAR A. CLARK CLAYTON COBB COPE wnvnfunn cnnnfcn Park Rzdqnlxl. :QM cny TOM LUE D. - CAROL E. WILLIAM E. CORNWALL CRAMBLIT ECKERMAN FALK Spencer OIIumwa Spencer Shenandoah GEORGE S. JAMES W. DAVID H. JOHN P. FEIWELL FOSTER HAYWORIH HENRY cnicngo, ru. Ohumwn saw cn, Des Moines I AJ SAM Rock Island I MARGARET MCGIVERN Marcus r " ' J. 5 I ... .'. kv .? .. I I I 1, L. N3 I f - ff ,U - 1 A wr - 2. 1 'gg n I . 5 ' 1- 2' , 1' Q srl' asf Q- -' W' . IW Lf-5. nz., .. .W Ahzi. , ' , g .' I ' 4 -3 P n M K .W ,- I I. 3 Y , , Y A L, fi. , v . - A .. fy. -1, fu 'f.. "' 1 D' ' ' A 'f . . " in . E , 1. " JOHN W. DONNA M CHARLES C. WILLIAM G. I-IOFNIEYER HOLLAND HOLLAWAY KLOTZBACK KURLANDS 4 Orange cn, sscnncafy Glenview. nl. Independencs . JOE S. ROBERT J. EUGENE B. GEORGE W. LEO LINK MARLETT MQBURNEY Oslwein Dubuque Dubuque Council Bluffs HU! 1552 li 7 3 ---1. . nm., 1 1 Q I . . pro eJ5ionafL,w i'fr.f row: B. Ia:kscn, I. Vernon, W. Howard, C. Murphy, D. Salisbury. R. Wright second row: D, Hasty, M. Reiter, R. Stoyles. H. Minkler, E. Failor. R. Haack third row: M. Sclarow. L. Carsrcnscn. W. Ebert, I. Young, D. Hansen, I. Colhern. R. Stevenson, R. McCarthy fourth row: VV, McNcrmcy, W. Hippzxka, F. Goodland, D. Thompson. L. Camp. E. Mcekcr, R. Henry. R. Petersen, A. Mackenzie D I . . prokddionaf Aw first row: G. Brown, D. Maine, D. Young, D. Cope second row: R, Mangan. I. Shank. E. Marlett, C. Reilly third row: D. Newbrough, E. Arenz, B. Palmer, H. Tetter Page 88 OFFICERS Magister . . . .IDI-IN BUNCE Secretary , . .BILL KLOTZBACH Exchequer . . STEVE Nussisn Historian . . DICK IENSEN Hr-st row: D. Metz, D. Steele. I. Murray, L. Cramblit, W. Klotzbach. I, Bunce. D. Icnsen. S. Nusser, R. Taylor, T. Seldin second row: R. Carey. L, Cobb. W, Falk, R. Ebersolc. W. McDonald. I. McTavish, I. Schneider, W. VanDercreck, H. Spector third row: R. Turner, R. Loots. G. Murphy, R. Cockshoot, S. Altman, I. Foster, I. Kueh- ncl, R. Davis, I. Bauch, R. Weber, R. Levitt fourth row: C. Iohnson, P. VamOosterhout, R. Bauerle, G. Forsyth. E. Colton. C. Hollo- way. D. Rhodes, R. Gunn, I. Murphy, T. Cornwall. F. Patton. I. Hnlbrach, D. Ribble The sixty members of Phi Delta Phi, professional legal fraternity, have managed to uphold tradition by serving in many important posi- tions both in the law school and on campus. George McBurney, Craig Clark, and Bob Taylor were editors of the Iowa Law Review. Other "Plaid" recent contributors have been Lue Cramblit, Bing Cobb. Gordon Forsyth, Dick len- sen. Herb Spector, Bill Metz, Pete Van Metre, David Stanley, Bill Klotzbach, lim Schneider. Tom Snyder, and Bill Falk. McBurney also had the privilege of arguing before the lowa Supreme court on Supreme court day. Iunior arguers were Ioe Hnlbach, Dave Butler, Skip Rosser, and Gordon Forsyth. Page 89 fiffilff . n I '.'.' S gl' 'tl 1, f. 'ei .045 .-5' 33.6 4-, l :I .sift 5 a? -It!! K'.' :- '. ai 1 'fi . 9 ,fill Sl I 7 Vffef . .1 00 Q ,:'..."a,:. 'fb 'fe - Q 43? 4' '11, 'O v. Ja yt? ., we -02,55 .. Th' WJ, ' 'S l -17: :'2'5'fe,. . 1 , ' xo ... you Now some the clieniirnl equations. In l855 the College of Liberal Arts consisted of only nine small departments. Today it is the largest of the ten colleges comprising the State University of Iowa. Its four schools have a total of over thirty departments. To encourage the student in the fullest development of his capacities as a person and a member of society, the College ol Liberal Arts has formulated a basic program. All students are required to meet acceptable standards in basic skills, acquire an understanding of literature, social and natural science, his- torical and cultural studies, and to concentrate in one area prior to graduation. The fundamental goal of the college is the def velopment of the individual, intellectually. spiritually, physically- emotionally and aesthetically. Page 90 tn 1?-'f'!"' v 1 ff A .w . L' x I Xixx x I ,Ag is-Huw me .,.. Y, 3' xi' 6 , 3. A Ti' K :lip K K v A mv. Mr. 11 ' ,MF , ff L L fa? -gr 2. f -- mg f , A - - V-N 5 'A --ii f 13- ' KARILYN R. MARILYN M. NANCY L. SALLY R. iff wi' ,Q - t ,J-'f ADAMS ADAMS ADLER ADLER X . 4.34, 3 Ralf 42, - 9: T' DesMoinas DesMoines elsmmull. eiencmull. f if ff A , 5' xx, 'I Shgvp, , r V X Y 1. Mg: ... H" :gives 'm i' A jf? 'ff W 3623! 1,. wg .1 'l' ' , eg .,. ' 0 i . 4 f- ", g:.., I Af 1 s w- ' 1 ARLENEG. JAMES R. MARYJ. JANICE M. L Y 1 1-Q 7 , , 1 . L L ' gl . ALLAN ALLINGHAM ALLISON ANTHONY 3.4 5, . ... . T 'gif A N32 ' 3' V ' ,gf E Manchesfer Cedar Rapids Olafhe, Kansas Sioux Ciiy A' T 9 L N, T i V, -wg 5 Ija. .::"f'.:.95j '- f ivy A Q L, ggi? , Vg, . 1-jg? fm Lg ' " fad Om, L. Z .. .E xi. - N 1 V Ag: if , ,Q Q' A if " G 4 PHYLL1S R. RANDALL L. JEAN w. MARGARET Af :J wig A ,.- , . , L APLAND ARENDS ARMLJS ARTLEY 'iw ' 51 Lp? WI' cedar Rapids Kamrer lowecafy New Hampion , - i E . Wwe, ' ,612 , 31- ' ' sf A W . 4 W-f ' - ' :gig - , ,.1 14, ," A- , 0 r 4 GEORGE E. EDWARDW. SALLY G. ZADA E. gt A 3.9 1 W A. b ' AUMOCK BADGER BAILEY BAKER N ,af M, L -3,2 o,,.,r,,LE,wis. w.New York,N.J. on-.mm Lemony 1 :V Y Q T15 V ' iii if f i W ' -Lk , L: , , , . . ,i1,5f,1f?"?" T 1 H .52 13 "rg T 1. "Wg :i . D if- ' "' 5. ,Ugg . ,L , - . 1 -4 CHRIS N. LLOYD R. JEAN JOANJ. lil 1 . ,W ' Q .L , iv BAKRITGES BALL BARBER BARRETT I 'Q ' A- AY,-' ' ' ' ' N.MasonCify Hawardsn Spencer Devenpcri Q F' U ri ' RAE if T' SENIORS - 1953 Q ,A L -if :gf D 'Crib' L nl -51555 -A ,.,...- -YuQ:,f 'Q-.4 .A f N- , ' ' , gn!-::n:Ilf IZ:-I : ' 1 n"ll"Tf l'TI-'TTT " 1' DONALD L. DOROTHYJ. BEVERLYA, BEVERLYJ. BARTA RARTEL DARTELS DARUNER W Cedar Rapids Council Biufis Dubuque Knoxville A SHLRLEYA, PHYLLISE, BONNIEL. JOHNA. DEDDOW BEEBE BEEKMAN DEERMAN P 92 Dubuque Bedford Aflaniic LaCrosse. Wis. age KATHRYN L. RECRMAN Grundy came, ARDEN E. BEHRENDSEN Gilmore Cify i BARBARA A. BELLER Des Moines RODERICK N. BICKERT Iowa cny FRANK C. BONEBRAKE Clinlon GERALDINE B. BENDER Wnlerloo VIRGINIA G. BILLINGS Boscobel. Wis. ALLEN E. BOVEY Treer JACK H. BENDER Waierloo DONNA RAE BITTLE Harlan JAMES H. BOWERMASTER Fairlield RUDOLRH J. PAUL v. BENEKE BENJAMIN Palmer low. cn, DONALD D. KEITH R. BJORR BLUNT Albert ony Charles cn, NED A. BARBARA R, BOWMAN BOYD Bloom'Ion. Ind. Cedar Rapids BERNARD L. BENNETT Mason Cily WILLIAM C. BOCK Mnquokoln CHARLES E. BOYLAN chafing cn, WARREN S. BENSON Milford GERALD L. EOHNSACK Mnrshnlllown ROBERT M. BRACRETT cm. Rapids MARION E. EEST Mawr- Cary MARY A. BOLING Kewanea, III. MARGARET A, BRANDT Mmm cny JUANITA M BETHKE Cherokee GLADYS I. BOOTH Clinlon BARBARA J. BRANNEN sam ony DONALD L. MARJORIE F. JANET E. WILLIAM E. JOHN B. OTTO P. HELEN B. EDWARD J. BRICELAND BRICKNER BRIDGES BRIDGES BRITZMANN BROEDER JR. BROM BROOKS Iowa City Decorah Highland Pk., III. Waukesha. Wis. Hawarden RIch'nd HIS., Mo. Newton Cedar Rapids SHARON C. THOMAS A. HOLLIS E. EDD T. NANCY J. HARVEY P. RONALD D. JOANNE BROWN BROWN BROWNLEE BUCKLEY BURNAM BURNI-IAM BUTLER BUZZETTI low.. City IM, cn, onumwa ohm... Medan., N.v. Griswold Newton wmiams MAEBETH E BROWN Beiiendorf NANCY L. CADMAN Dubuque , .. . Ig' LY! is ff ii- . ' V gm, L. t .J S- 1-,I slr. -I f' A it A rv Ii 'JI ,, ' .V M. ,Aw - i f -I .I-2 Lg . I 'I 1-gh F' -Rv . . :I l I M I .5 M, ,wr 1 Li fix ' .iii mg. 4 A' ,I A 51,39 V5 , ig ' I M ... " h. ip C35 1 .A 2 gag?" In 6 YJ' ' 1 A If -' --if? fzg A W' I . IE' 've' . ymi P15 ' . Af,-. J V' A A W N, if' Eg? R" I ff Q 'ffl' 'S '- f '4' .J 43 1 ' I W I .. .wi I , 4. . ',' MI IQI. ' fwfr ' ,. N R . . a ' . 1 ' 1 .I ' If. ' ' H4 1 .1 'zz 5' 2' .. II .. 4 QC . Y. M " 13i..j '- , -- QI, A Q Q I' lil. I I' if I I. :EE iii" an 'lf HF I A ' RI' 'I I .., . f. 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CHRISTENSEN CHRISTERSON CHRISTIAN CHURCH CILEK CLABBY CLABBY CLAPP COE Wodan Marshalllown Red Oak Sluemeld Iowa Cify lowe Cily Waferloo Iowa Cify Clln+on ALAN J, SCOTT T. PAUL E. BEVERLY A. JOYCE H. WENDELE. HUBERT K. MARY C. JOHN E. COHANE COHEN COLLOTON COLVILLE CONNOR COON COONS COOPER COOPER Clxeeldowaga. N.Y.WaslIlngfon, D,C. Rockford, lll. New Sharon Ksokulc Des Moines Carson Waterloo Iowa Ciiy FRANK S, COPELAND Norfh Liberfy CHARLES E. DANIELSON Fairlield WILLIAM J, CORCORAN chicago. III. MILDRED H. DOSEDLO Norih Liberfy PIERCEA. DONALD J. CAROLJ. JACKJ. JANE H. CORNELIUS COSTIGAN CRANDALL DACK DAISLEY Olympla,Wasl1. Lawlor Lake CIW Knoxville Chlcaqo, Ill, MARY F. SI-IIRLEE A. ALVIN W. DAVID J. GLEN W, DAVIS DAVIS DEJONG DELANEY DILLY Iowa Cily Waierloo Leiqlvlon Clinlon Ashion SUZANNE T. DAKIN Dnyion, Ohio CHARLES J. DINSMORE Iowa cIIy PETER C. DALAMAGGA Cedar Rapids ROBERT R. DOCTER Orange Cify I DONALD D. JAMES D. KATHRYN DOMINY DOORNINK DOORNINK Estherville Orange City Iowa City WENDELL K. ANNE E. PATRICIA M. DOWNING DRAFFKORN DRAPER LsMers Chicago, III. Jewell RUTH A. PHILLIP V. JAMES L. DUFFY DUGGAN EASTERDAY Churdan Davenport low. ony CONRAD T. EARLE. ELSIE A. ECKSTROM EGLI EHRICH Reduauq, Manu. now., cn, wage Liberty NANCY EVELYN M. ELIZABETH E. ELLIS ENG ENGRAV Otturnwa Carroll Iowa City MARY P. DOLLNIAN Muscatine BETTY ANN DUBANSKY Des Moines FRANKC. ECKMAIR Gilbertsville, N.Y. MILTON P. EHRICH Maspeth, N.Y. DAVID P. ETTER Burlingame. Cal. GLEN A. ERNEST E, RONALD B. JOAN K, NORINNE A, RICHARD J. EVANS EVELAND FAIRCHILD FANTER FENNER FERGUSEN Mason City Oskaloosa Iowa City Crystal Laine, III. Cedar Rapids Clinton NANCY A. RUDY J, MARY L. DANIAL E. PAULINE F. JAMES E. FISK FLEISCHHACKER FLYNN FORD FORD FOSTER now, ony lou. cn, Dubuque Laurens luwu cn, weumuu ALOIS J. FIENUP St. Louis. Mo. JANET L. FRANK Pleasant Val. FRED F. FIFIELD OxfordJct. JEANETTE M. FRANKE Amana NANCY J. FINK Freeport, III. VIVIAN S. FRASINGER Cedar Rapids . j , T'ihT1'r--" ,,, i:4f- 4. au!" "R, ' I LQ- , ' :2""' A . .. .x rv 3,2 . Y , G. . 'f A . 1 . L Q' -if , 'f . - .1 . X, PEL ' - . . Q45 A. -I E. M. ALBERT L. RALPH E. SAMUEL B. . , XE Aff, . 1- 'L' fgngj, 31- gfrgg. U 2 .Ig 33? L. FREDRIcRsoN FRENCH FRETTY FRIED "pl 'QI If M , ,fi f'- -,Q--Q' 3315 P5439 H Bloomfield Coggan Des Moines Council Bluffs ,I A. .' amy- 1, ' . A- ..," A if I W ,,. , 5, , , Imp. L. LLLV L., A -. - TE, ,. ,gw,.:" . Q FR . 1195: Lx: 'LKY-1 aw- I , f L I-A.. I A' fi 2, QW if gf:-gg' V FRED M. ALTON A. DAVID G. JOAN L. ' ' 'g-,ff 1 ' 'xiii ,f gf, '55 A, ' ERIEDRICRSEN FROMMELT FRY FULLER 'lil ' x' T' l 'lf , Clinlon Guiianburg Cedar Rapids Cenferville J ' L -I.. , 1 , . A . .,,R ? ,ga If ' " 15" ' . 3 9" T I Q, lf , , . i" L A 3 L N. 5 ' AL- ,I ' F' 'E 9 L' ' A I2-, .f vELMAA, GEORGE E. MARYJO NANCY E. - 4' . Y L' ' 1 41. L ' s 'WZ gg. A - , .1 ' - GANNON GARTZKE GARvEY GAUSE 'I V ,- T E' ' 5':fk' V A fi" R Cl1icago,lll. MadisDn,Wis. Galena, Ill. L nnville U I W A z. . Y fx? rg? A ' -. Q , -.W '- 'T ' f -"Q"-..'f: 1-L . B ff' eil? KA. . ' an M 2 L-5 V SEP E ' ' 'E Q., E- . f' z - , 1, .- A I ' Ev. fa ' :A ft Q' . . ma-L fm" A I ,Y E . ., V 2 .. , E. . ,. DEO L. ALAN N. MAXINEC, ROY E. - . ' .f .M A gg .ff , I. . - ' Y!-ff avr- V L. A I GEMIGNANI GENDLER GEORGE GERALD T , K YA- 52 E' fe.: 'mm 'Sl Homewood. III. Oflumwa Wesl Union Marango ' ' - I 'ECL .m-1 f'-- 1 I . E EE ' L I an I 5?-': L, .f :IE 95, .. V W: Q-., . , H Q , MARGARET L. MARY F. JACK BENJAMIN 22: -I - '45 ' ' 4' ,Q fy 5 GOET1 GOIN GOLD GOO "2 A , .mf , A' ' ' ,Ii ' .J Iowa Cily Iowa Ciiy lowaCily Honolulu, Hawaii . fl 'AA ' A X31 .Fira 1 'larziigff Tl' sr ' Lffaf v' A I 3 Sfgkffl fT"QrfE--- : gl 55 ,:Rf,g,.3.., ,-Ni.: A -gm.. - : W. . .1 .5 I I ,eng -- A - Q eg. R Misa: -' 2 - "L , 'ia' Q Q Fw ffg H ' .. .f L . 'I al.: . 3 A - " 41 5 f. 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LOLIELLA M. MARTHA DAVID CONSTANCEN. BARBARA D, WILLIAML GREENE GROSS HALBACH JR. HALBUR HALE HALL HAMILTON HAMMOND HAMPTON Iowa Ciiy Marslwalllown Clinlon Carroll Burlinglon Chapel Hill, N.C, Iowa Cily Cedar Rapids Des Moines GEORGE W. HAND Im... ony CARLA M. HELLER Appleton, Wis. JERRY J. HILGENBERG Wilfon Jd. LAWRENCE HARDEN Muscaiine ROBERT L. HENARD JR. Evanslan, III. JOHN R. HIRL Davenporf JOHN HARKINS SI. Louis, Mo. JAMES V. HENDRICKS Jefferson DIANA C. HITCHINGS Davenporl JOANNE KATHRYN ANN HARTLE HAUB Des Moines Muscaline MARY ANN FREDERICH HENDRICKS HERRMANN Jefferson Praven, Germany MARJORY L. JOHN T. HOFFMAN HOLLAND JR. Monticello Des Moines VIRGINIA A. HAVERCAMP Muscatine THOMAS W. I-IERRMANN Locheville LLOYD W. HOLSINGER Ceniral Ciiy PATRICIA A. HOVORKA caan Rapids JOHN J. HESS Des Moines VIRGINIA D. HOLSINGER Central cn, DALE I. HECOX Clarion PATRICK H ESS Albia BETTY HOPKINS cedar Rapsds ALVIN D. HEDGES Onumwa HERBERT L. HETZLER Muscafins WILLIAM B. HOPKINS Muscaline MARIE E. HOPP Marshalircwn JANE D. HYNDEN Cedar Rapids ANN HOUCK Washinqion WILLIAM A, IDEMA Sheldon DAN F. HOWARD Iowa cn, SARA A. IRISH Fares! City ROBERT L. LORAINE M. HUEBELL HUISENGA Slillman Val.. III. Wall Laine DIAN SHIRLEY A. IRWIN ITEN Sac Cify Clinfon ADELINE e. HUMPHREYS Wapollo DONALD P. JACOBSEN Coon Rapids EDWIN O. ROY M. EDWARD A. HUNTING .,IR, HUTCHINSON I-IUTCHINGS Council Bluffs Fan Dodge Iowa cny DONALD D, STANLEY L. BILLY G. JACOBSON JAMES JENNER Gilmore Cify Iowa Cify Willon Jn. RUSSELL K. JENSEN Denison aumom E. JONES Dubuque STANLEY G. KEPROS Marion JOHN R. JEWEL Davenporf LELAND D. JONES Menchesier JAM EL G. KHUTAT Amman. Jordan PATRICIA A. JIPSON row., cn, RICHARD A. JONES Averly JOAN E. KILLINGER Cedar Rapids WAYNE R. JIPSON Elkader SHIRLEY A JOSE Des Moines SHIRLEY G. KING Oelwein KENNETH M. CHARLES L. JOHANNSEN JOHNSON Denison Perrysburg, O. ROBERT R. MAUREEN C. JOWETT KANE Clinion Des Moines MAURICEW. LEWIS G. KIRLIN KLEIN Missouri Valley low., cny DELORES M. JOHNSON Oxford BETTY M. KANZELL New York, N.Y. ROGER I.. KLEMAS Mason CiIy MARJORIE B. JOHNSON Wesi Liberty ROBERT N. KEARNEY low. cny DONALD W. KNOEPFLER Iowa CiIy THOMAS E. JOLAS Red Oak GENE E. KENNY Ridgewood, N. J, THOMAS E. KOEHLER Devenpori I I I RICHARD N. KOTTMAN Shemeld PAUL N. LANGEHOUGH Iowa cny MARY E, KRAUSE Fori Dodge sevsmv A, mmsme Iowa ciiy SHARON D. MYREN L. ROGER L. SHARLA D. KRIENS KROM KROTH KVIDERA Sioux Falis. S.D. McGregor Iowa Cify ToIedo ANN K. I. BETH HERBERT E, ANNA L. LARSON LARSEN LARSON LAW Harian Waferloo Foresf Ciiy BurIingIon MARY E. LADD now., cn, GRACE E. LAXON EarIviIIe WAYNE F. LAGE Hubbard LAURA L. LEIB Iowa Cify J O ELLEN LAN E Boone JOHN O. LENAGHAN Clinton A I I CAROLE MIRIAM A. CLAIR A. GERALD D. LEVINE LEVINE LEWIS LICKTEIG Iowa Ciiy Bronx. N.Y. Osage Wesley MARY ANN SANGUN RICHARD D. MARGARET A. LIFE LIM LINDGREN LUNDY Oskaloosa Seoul. Korea Lanyon Eldcra ROSE MARIE MARJORIE A. DIANNE L. VIONA C. LISTEBARGER LIVENGOOD LONGSTRETH LONGSTRETH Fairfax Des Moines Elma Elma BRADLEY M. ROBERTJ. HENRY W. JACK L. LOOMER LOOTS LOUIS LUNDQUIST Mason Cify Clinfon Iowa City Lake Park PEGGEE L. WILLIAM W. HAROLD A. HENRY A. LUTZ LYON MACON MADEKSZA Des Moines Iowa Ciiy Cedar Falls Bridgewaier. Mass. RICHARD K. GAY L. MADISON MAHAFFY Shenandoah Iowa CiIy DANIEL M, ROBERT MCERIDE MCCARVILLE Burlingfon Jafferson KIYOICHI MARION M. DONALD R. CHARLES D. MARJORIE K. MARY BETH MANA ANDERSON MAPES MARTIN MARTIN MAUER I-Io., Hawaii Burlinqfon Waierloo Davenpori Iowa City LeMars MAVIS J. RICHARD A. ROBERT D. BARBARAJ. MARILYN B. JEAN M. McCLOW MCDANIEL MCDONALD MCKOWN McMULLEN McNAMARA Ida Grove Leifs Dubuque Davenperf Dubuque Iowa Cify MATTHEW J. MAUGHAN Leon KATHRYN E. McNAMARA Anamosa ' . i.. , 1-. I . .. ,gf 1' .:. 4, A Q3 4. . . ' A .. i pi Hi .H . 1,539 . qw I -,ity S -3 ,v W, 11 U r , I 4 W -a I: nz. . , M.:- '?'2 . xr , - li-F? 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Dodge Marion Clear Lalza Des Moines ERVIN S. GEORGE A. MILDRED J. RODNEY W. MILLER MILLER MILLER MILLER Sloan Cedar Rapids Norih English Sheldon CHARLES H. JULIUS JOHN L. LELAND A, MOEN MOLNAR MONROE MONSON Crssco Psinsvilla, O. Clinton Crescsnl MARY L. JOHN s. MORTENSEN MOSHER Des Moines saw ony PHILLIPJ. QAROLYN L. O'CONNER OATHOUT Sharon, Wis. Iowa Cily MARTHA G. Mower low. my GLORIA E. OBERER Cedar Rapids HOLLY R. MUNDT Rapids cny. s.D. JAMES F. OLMSTEAD Des Moines NANCY J. NAECKEL Dcvenporl JULIE M. OLSON Iowa Cily ALLAN B. JAMES R, C. DEAN NOONAN NORLAND NORMAN Bernard Cylinder Cedar Rapids SUE NANCY A. JOANN J. OTTENHEIMER OYAAS PACKEY Highland Plc., III, Clinion Des Moines GORDON S NORVELL Spencer NANCY E. PADDOCK Clinicn +1-ww mv- y,. A I :..2.I5.,U gt. 3" Pixy N, i .N - Nh .-1' I -:. . I .114 W ,Qi W. ..- ' 5 ' , -V w. Q 3 ,.-- -g ' Sw w 1- 7- 'fa '- ' 783' ,, f ' I' I T 'Q . 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Tapxon CHARLES L. NORMAN D. WILLIAM C. THOMAS H. HARVEY L. JEAN T, JOHN G. LOUIS J. MARGARET E. PIIYER PLENDER POWERS PRIES PRINZ PUMROY RAILSBACK RATLIEF REED euflingvon orange cny cram now., Cify Dnvnnpori Iowa CIIy wafefrm Marion wmfrw MAXINE M. MARY A. JANET I. JAMES L. DONALD L. JOHN A. BEVERLY JANE L. LARRY E. REIMERS RHOMBERG RICHARDSON RIEDESEL RISK RITSCHEL ROBINSON ROBINSON ROFFMAN AIgona Dubuque Iowa Cify Davenporf Oelwein Peoria, III. Des Moines EayeIIeviIIe, ArIn. Council Bluffs . , .+ ' J .. - was-5 I lg g 1 . N i .. " - - ' X I ' - . I e' ' R ' 5-xl ,W YJ 1 ' V' W A - i " l H ' I 1. . X., I , - - 'I I if ' 1 'ff ' f'f.?"'2 .Ia Rtgsfi' , in I M X .V I m A A I . p-I I I . f - gig- A by N ' 1 X . , 4.8,-. . -. - X , ' 'z LQ" I '55 .A - . 1 V A A ' fore? - Q ' ' 'iff' wa 1-' V 5 A' 5 'f' B-Q' 5-V, r V . U . " . 55.1.7 1 K F K! ,1 Q If'1in..I CHARLES C. RONALD D. R. CRAIG DELORES I. DONALD E. HELEN J. JUNE E. HELEN L. REX H. ROGERS ROGERS ROMINGER RORABAUGH ROSE ROSEBERRY ROSENOW RUMBAUGH RUTHER Morrison Ainsworih Orion Pelle Spencer LeMars Esfherville Mingo Des Moines MARY L. BETTY A. BONNIE A. ROBERTA J. RITA M. MARY ANN WALTER C. MERRYL D. GERALD E. SAHS SANBORN SAXTON SCHMICKLE SCHMORR SCHROEDER SCHROEDER SCHULKE SCHULLER EarIvIIIs sam ony Clinlon row., ony Mannmev, N.Y. LeMars Davenpori cherokee Mallard DARLENE E. THEODORE M. MARILYN C. RICHARD R. NORMA L. BARBARA ROBERTJ. JEANNEC. IRWIN L. SCOYT SELDIN SEROY SEVATSON SEXTON SHACRELFORD SHAFER SHANAHAN SHAPIRO For! Dodge Council Bluffs Independence. M. Waukon Des Moines Des Moines Iowa Cily Gary, Indiana New York, N,Y THOMAS D. 'IHANE V. WILLIAM R. HOWARD B. JOAN C. VERLYN V. JAMES M. DONNA R. RICHARD L. SHEA SHINKLE SHORES SIBLE SIDLINGER SIGLIN SIMMONS SIPFEL SJULIN Duncombe Iowa Cify Kinioclr, Mo. CIinIon Cedar Rapids Mason Cify Cresion CarII1age,III. Hamburg JOANNE E. BILL W. PETER J. SHELBY E. ROGER J. FLOYD J. SUSAN K. CLARENCE E. GAYLORD SMITH SORENSON SPANJERS SPELMAN STACHOUR STARR STARMAN STRATTON STAVELEY Rocliord Jefferson MiIIbanIr. SD. Rockford, III. Grundy Cenier Forf Madison Cedar Rapids Boone Traer - : 1 e pry-I-1 ey, M51 1? re -L , -I - -Q .I of in e R . ma -K Q W si e - . i Q' 0 , w ' 9 Q A .Q as w . - 0 f . Q. . J . f 4 'f 4 .- I ' . f I . . , , j r , ,, 'A if ,hd , Q-" , , . :3 ,,, ' f X ,, F . l X, ' Lf" ' - -- ln- , 1 . ,nf-' -' 'ire - .e I" 'I""'5W! I, rf .ef , H- --wg.. . V. '- x I .5513 ' 55" R . IZ 'I' 5' Y' , 2 g as . 1 1 - 5, W I ' ' ' I " Q 1 n f I e, . I , ' - , 1 . - I '. . I - .. - we , v , I If '- , - f e -er e an ...A -.ef . I - s 2. xiii A ' THEODORE P. ARNOLD E. MAT F. ROEERTA J. ROBERT E. CHARLES W. JAMES F. GERALD L. ROBERT L. STECHER STEELE STEFFEN STEPHENSON STEVENS STILES STILES STONE STROM WaIerIoo Devenpefv Davenpori Oslaloosa cnnven onemee weef Des Moines Sioux cny Fefe Dodge SALLY A. DON E. JOAN E. EDITH L. GERALD C. JOYCE A. HARRIET E. JOHN L. RICHARD B. STROTHER STRUB STRUVE SUMMA SUNNER SUTTER SUTTON SWANK SWANK Cedar Repzee new Cary cnnfee George Wes? Branch si. Louis, Mo. onemwe lewe can Ames ROLLIN D, JOSEPH A. NORMAJ. SWANSON SZUHAY TALLMAN Clear Laine Iowa Cify Iowa City HARRY A. JAY D. BETTY L. TETTER TERRY THOMAS Algona Iowa Cily Delia PATRICIA A. WILLIAM D. WILLIAM J. THOMAS THOMAS THOMAS Traer Iowa Cily Chicago, Ill. GARY HERBERT C. MARGARET A. THOMPSON THOMPSON THOMPSON Iowa oily Leland Leland LOIS J. RUTH CLARENCE E. TOLLINGER TONE TRAEEORD Council Bluffs Grinnell Brill CHAVARCHE TCHALEKIAN Alexandria, Eqpl. JANE A. THOMAS Ames ERNEST C, THOMPSON Aillren, Minn. HUBERT TOBIN Cedar Rapids GAYLORD A. TREADWAY Burlington VERN H. CARLW. JAMES G. HENRY G, SALLY J. JANECE L, WARREN L. TROWBRIDGE TURK TURK ULLERICH ULLMAN VANDERLOO VAN DINE Burlingion Mason Ciiy Waukegan, III. Charler Oak Fairlield Dubuque Burnside, III. JOANNE M. VIRGINIA L. JAMES A. HAROLD A. GEORGE W. JOANNE M. VIRGILV. VOSS VAVRA VICKERY VINCENT VIETH VOGT VON AI-ISEN Forl Dodge Cedar Rapids Des Moines Churdan Davenpcrf Springfield. III. Williamsburg PETER PEGGY A. VAN OSTERHOUTVAN PATTON Orange Cily New Virginia ROBERT J. WILLIAM B. WAGGETT WALKER sac only Brownsville. rem. F PATRICIA W. DONALD H. JOHN M. RICHARD A. Y WALKER WALLACE WANAMAKER WATSON I Iowa Cify Venefia, Penn. Coralville Sheffield CHASTINE JOAN L. ANN S. WAYLAND D. WEBBER WELDING WELLS WELTY Des Moines West Poinf Story City Elwood ALAN F. BERNARD L. CHARLES K. JAMES P. WENTWORTH WESTFALL WHEELER WHITE Marble Rock Iowa Cify Das Moines Iowa Ciiy BARBARA C. LESTER L. HELENA M. JO ANN WICK WIESE WILCOX WILLIAMS Iowa Cify WaI'erIoo Iowa Cify Aflanfic DEAN R. MARTHA L. VERNAJ. JAN WILLWERTI-I WILSON WILSON WIMP Moniicello Tuscon, Ariz. Iowa Ciiy Kirksville, Mo. VIRGINIA E, DELIA B. DONALD L. SUSAN M. wnss wus:-:New WOHLENBERG wooo cherokee wheeling, w,v,. now.. cuy Racine. ws.. MARTHA 1. MARY E. SALLY A. GEORGE WRIGHT wve-Ls YEATES YOUNG BurIInqIon CIarIcsviIIe Greenville Marion JANE S. WOODBURN Iowa Ciiy JACOLYN A. YOUNG Burlington CHARLES A. DON D. WOODRUFF WOODRUFF BurIingIon Mediapclis JANICE E. ROBERT L. ZAHRTE ZENNER Sioux Cify Sioux Falls, SD. 5 CAROLYN J. WREN Davenporf CARL ZIMMERMAN WeIerIoo Building slmyu ard. Beauty in simplicity. ANFORTH CHAPEL The Danforth chapel, a replica of a pioneer prairie church, was dedicated on Ianuary Il. 1953, The original model for the chapel was an Iowa church built in 1874 which stood for years near Iowa City. The chapel is a non-denominational church. lt is reserved for purposes of private and small-group worship and for student meditation. Page l05 IVIORT R BOARD first row: Pat Thomas, Io Fuller, Sally Yeates, Mary Ladd second rom: Beth Larsen, Marge Kurtz, Iuanita Bethke, Carla Heller. Io Ellen Lane. Helen Roseberry third row: Pcggec Lutz, Beverly Robinson. Diane Hitchings, Marty Hale. Sally Irish President Vice-pres. Secretary Treasurer Historian OFFICERS . . . . IOAN FULLER . . . ILIANITA BETHKE . . . . SALLY YEATES . . PATRICIA THOMAS . . . MARTHA HALE i Q , L 3 , the lf- L ,. .1 X """"i :NNW l I' Each year during Mothers day weekend approximately Fifteen jun- ior women who have shown out- standing qualities in leadership, service and scholarship are tapped for Mortar Board. This organiza- tion Was founded at SUI in 1926. It is one of 87' chapters in thc United States. Page I06 xv Q. .,,. 'K 1.5 In December Mortar Board spon- sored State Day for all chapters in Iowa. Other activities included a luncheon with ODK, with whom Mortar Board co-sponsored the Campus carnival, the Smarty party, for women students attaining a three-point grade average their first semester. and a party for alumnae. X' . W g y l Under the leadership of president Peter Van Oosterhout the twenty active members of Omicron Delta Kappa completed another year on the Iowa campus. The men's lead- ership honor society in 1947 re- placed the All-For-Iowa club, founded here in 1915. Membership is limited to such juniors, seniors, graduates and faculty members as are selected on a basis of achieve- ment in leadership, scholarship and character. This year's newly elected members were accepted at the an- nual spring dinner. Some of ODK's activities this year were the Homecoming break- fast for ODK and AFI alumni, arranged by Iohn Hays, and the Dad's Day program, of which Ralph Fretty was chairman. In April ODK and Mortar Board sponsored the annual SUI Campus carnival. Francis Long was co- chairman. The group also has a monthly publication, the ODK Newsletter. OIVIICRO DELT KAPPA R. Britzman, T. Brown, R. Frctty. I. Hays. W. Hopp. F, Long, R. Locts, I. Sherman S. Syverud, P. Van Oosterhout OFFICERS Pres. . Parse VAN Oosrsnnour Vice-pres. . . . IAMES Buumm Secretary . . . MAmoN L. Hum' Treasurer ...., IOHN HAYS Page I07 ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA. . Ae. ,W onorary Hrs! row: G. Slavcns, L. Iackson, I. Stewart, V. Hochslctlcr, I. Wilmcth. I. VVahl sccnnd row: I. Wecrns. L. Thodt, M. Hahn, C. Brainrrd, B. Thomas, B. Fender third row: A. Baker, B. Bchrcns. S. Chastain. D. Ebert. H, Richmann, S. Sutherland lourth row: P. Caldwell, S. Van Nostrand, E, Stavcs, D. Barrels, H. Stollz. M. Schulzc. I. Noble P H I S I G . . A85 Wbafb 0l'L0l'a,I'y first row: H. Crosby. D. Rifc, T. Murphy, R. Warner, D. Hartlcip vccnnd row: R. Lcichtnmn. R. Iamison, G. Worton, P. Bates. L. Ioncs third ron-: M, Dimcut, M. Korns, I. Tocdt, I. Cray, P. Lcahcy, N. Rindcrknccht fourih row: I. Brown, W. Andcrson, C. Kitchen. I. Fishcr, VV. Braucr, E. Carlson. P. Foster Page I08 . . ,ora ezkiiona, fourna iam lirsr row: G. Wright. I. Suchy, R. Rcndnll, H. Ullcrich, B. Shafer, I. Bowermastcr second row: I. Hess, V. Storm. D, McQuillcn, I. Walt, I. Burrows, D, Miller TH . . pro eddiomz fbmrna Mm first row: C. Garniss, I. Norris, B. Sager, I. Packcy. V. Vavra, N. Sexton sccond row: S. Adams, F. Eslick. M. Donai. I. Muhl, N. Barker, C. Walkup, M. Kaufman, C. Hastings, S. Davis Page IO9 . . .pro ewionafacfuerllbing first row: C. Goelclncr, I. Talman, B. Icnncr. M. Lewis. C. VVhcclcr second row: E. Ncwsomc. I. Vickery, D. Wallace, R. Stachuur, E. Hunting, R. Romingcr . . .pro egjioffzafacfubrlfiding first row: R. Gcrona, I. Robinson, F. Swartz, M. Hahn second row: N. Sweitzer. H. Lynch, E. Newsome, B. Boyd Page IIO up N I 1 . . I . 1 President Vice-pres. . Secretary Treasurer Historian OFFICERS . . . .IOHN HOWARD BERNARD WESTFALL . . . IosEPH Szux-:Av . DR. FREDERIC BEEBEE . . . IOHN MlTCHEBf1 PHI EPSILO KAPPA first row: D. Slaughter, Howard. K. Mana. W. Fry. A. Wendler. F. Beebee second row: C. McCloy. D. Gordon, D. Brown. B. Westfall, F. Fricdrichsen, R. Allen third row: H. Prinz. C. Echstrom, E. Odegaard, F. Cretzmeycr, I. Lundquist. A. Fienup fourth row: E. Mitchell, D. Chelf, O. Marx. I. Hilgenbc-rg, E. Hines, I. Szuhay Iota chapter of Phi Epsilon Kap- pa, national physical education fra- ternity for men, was established on February ll. 1925. Membership is determined by average scholarship and interest in the Held of health, physical education, recreation and athletics. Speakers on these subjects are featured at the meetings. and the organization strives to bring outstanding groups in athletics and related fields to perform here. The chapter also maintains a loan fund for men and women in the field of physical education, and is one of the few organizations on campus that remains active during the sum- mer months. Page III 2-.. 1. "Ii?'.?1i 'Z U UW! lid 951 U YET ini 4 4 .,: wemqyq .13 4.45.3 :- gat 'll ff-- 5 ,du t .1 ii zu, :n,,f wrgom. ...-,- i-.AA N---QW .po ' uw Q' "3 1. , 13, .x 8 1 s 1 , sf J OKI Q , ,N Uihq I., if 'if-' 5 31 '51 'YV W 'ii' 2,0 , .. Wi ,N , 'f 5 f.g,y 'rxpq - rf.-K ,Q : . ..,.. 3-' ,mzrigg e1.'.iA"3 wx-- K I . 6 .-H+ ... 1 6357 QL M I z! , W Q' 'xp iz" f" 1 z. QM a., .1'-'. A-Ao. X2 ,,ymfv'v Rv! L' A., ,QAA1 -ahndw x ...J-f ' 1: 5. ,:.:, 1, urwm .N ,wr Q . 1 ,, .4 , 2 .T ESE 2 . v ' ' ,.".1-1:78155 fy' , 'X ?5?ffg.4,?f1 1' '.,f!..Li-32 , -is a ,- ,,.... gm , '-1 2 . wwe, 2? N k SENIORS - 1953 u M A ,. 4 I :I cfs -4'- DEXTER H. RAOUL M. ROBERT W. VERNON G. HAKE HANSEN HARRISON HELT Rainreclr Clinfon Iowa Cify Iowa Ciiy ROBERT F. PAUL O. SIEGFRIED DONALD H. HENKLE HERRMANN HESSE HILL Iowa cny Dubuque wuvefloo Iowa City ROBERT B. GEORGE H. JAMES A. RALPH J. I-IILLEY HILTS HOLBERT HOLLOWAY Des Moines Bowbells, N,D. Weshingion Iowa Ciiy HERBERT R. ARTHUR W. JOHAN V. EVAN L. HORNBERGER HORST HULTIN JONES Des Moines Iowa Cify Upsala. Sweden Des Moines WALTER T. MELVIN C. CHARLES H. GEORGE A. JUDGE KADESKY KARR KERN JR. Milbank, S.D. Dubuque Fonda Des Moines C , ' 5 , uf: if , 3-ri H " ., 'mf il . 2 ' ' x . ' I W , ,:. fr Q . . 0 5 ,f ,- gf.. - mf .f+. ' '- saw H' I . .V 'E . ' as. -If -I' H Y 'lL, 'f 4 'ig '2 ' Q f Y 'FDI' 0 0 ANN L. GLENN J. JOHN E. LYLE B WALTW KIEL KIMBALL KRUEGAR KUNZ LARSON M 8 Clinion Tripoli Mason Cify Mason Cify Madrnd EDWARD E. BETTY A,T. RICHARD A. HENRY R RAYMOND LAURSTAD LEMKE LIEBENDOREER LIGHT LYNBERG Corning Iowa City Iowa Cify Brooklyn Sioux Cniy Page 'm r' ' I aI:.A . , kv ., F 'fa Q gf ',,'liI.- L 11" I I ,, JAMES MQALLISTER Odebolf JOHN L. MOCHAL Tama ROGER C. ORVIS Dubuque JOHN M. MEMAHON Mencmonie. Wis. WILLIAM S. MOELLER Iowa CiIy GERALD K. PALMER Waulron PAUL MAAS Iowa City HAROLD F. MOESSNER Middle RICHARDJ. PETERSON Ringsied ALVIN M. MAUER LeMers MARVIN R. MOLES Pocahonfas DONALD W. PING Muscatine WILLIAM J. MEHRL Dubuque JOHN W. MYERS Onide, S.D. ROBERT A. ROLLSTIN ILM czw ROBERT L, MIGHELL Lake ony JULIAN G. NEMMERS Dubuque WILLIAM B. ROUDYBUSH ILM Cify ROGER P. MILLEA Emmetshurg ROGER L. NICHOLS PIninIIeId IRWIN W. RovNER ILM. CiIy JOHN M, MILLER Iowa CNY CARLETON D. NORDSCHOW Albert Lea. Mn. DONALD D. SCHMIDTT Mivchellville WINsToN D MINOR IME Clfy WILLIAM H. OLSON Kuluna DONALD E, SCHULTZ LaIiveh RICHARD W, WILLIAM T, ROBERT J. SIDNEY A, WILLIAM A. GEORGE E. sHRoPsHIRE SHDLT2 SMITH SMITH sTEIN STEVENS D.. Moana. Richland De. Moines Fremont Mandm, N.D. Iowa cny RICHARD W. DALE W. DON D. DONALD R. TED L. JAMES R. ULMAN UNDEM WEIR WEIS WELToN WENNEMARR saw cny W,,If.uI ESIIBNIIIE Davenport sew cu, Rogers. Ark, L. LEO TINKEY Cedar FalIs ALDEN F. WILEY Wes? Union ROBERT E. TRIBBLE Hemi, Mo. JAMES K. WISE Cherokee JOHN B. TWEETEN Swea City EARL E. ZEHR Manson PHI RHO SIGMA Hrst row: G. Boiko, I. Garman, V. Fitchctt, L. Gatzke, L. Goss, F. Roulcs, R. Widinan. Irma Mahr. R. Eckhardt, H. Miller, D. Eitzman, L. Tinkcy, B. Kalina, R. Penn second row: G. Eversman, . Weresh. R. Bugensteln. D. Rohrsscn. I. Brower. G. Elijah. R. Hofmann. R. Bell, . Grandia, R. Peterson, R. Geary, A. Randolph, A. Wiley, third row: D. Furry. I. Win ert, D. Panscgrau, R. Linthacum. B. Merge. Nl. Lewis. G. Schultz. L. Hoffman. D. aine. D. Conklin, M. Dieckmann, G. Palmer. I. Compton. C. Hclseth, W. Schefsfad, R. Grindclancl, T, Benda. W. Roudybush fourth row: W. Hark. C. Nordschuw. C. Lake, Liewer, I. McLaughlin. H. Omlid. R. Barge. W. Kuhlman. R. Scott. I. Kruggnl, . Everhart, I. Brunkhorst, D. Flentje, I. Goldberg. G. Childers, M. Sloan, I. Mochel, I. Schmitz, V. Hell. I. Rovner R. Hansen. A. Horst la OFFICERS President . . . FRED Rouuss Vice-president , DONALD EITZMAN Secretary . . HERBERT MILLER Treasurer . . Rrcumzu WiD1viAN Phi Rho Sigma has been guided through a very successful year with Fred Roules acting as president. During the Homecoming festivities an alumni banquet was held with the housemother. Mrs. Mahr, acting as hostess. The spring formal and two annual costume parties, the Hard Times in the fall and the Page II6 Heaven and Hell in the winter, have been the main social aH'airs. The medical fraternity participated in the intramural sports program and university bridge tournament, emerging the winner of the latter. Bill Hart was a member of the Medical Student council. OFFICERS President .... Iosaen Busn Vice-pres. . WILLIAM HORNADAX' Secretary . . THOMAS GRIFFITH Steward . . . IAMES GANNON NU SIGMA NU fmt row: W. Minor, I. McMahon. F. Fuhrman. I. Bush. I. Baker, Mrs. Nelson. XV. Larson, D. Undcm. W. Moeller, D. Schmitt, I. Gannon second row: D. Wcideman. R. Gross. M. Northup. E. Bichel. Barney. R. Boylan. A. Llpclegraff, B. Barnitt, A. Meyer, R. Fincham. R. Firkins, R. Brocr. N. Elmcn third row: E. Ceilley, D. Emerson, B. Fnncke, T. Christ. Cv. Holmes. G. Iohnson. D. Iones. I. Irish, I. Broms, I. Bellamy. I. Kunzman. T. Kalb. A. Icnscn fourth row: E. Manoles, M. Shutt, R. Dawson, R. McFarland, F. Fletcher. I. Van Olsi. I. Lehman. I. Rinellaski. C. Daglc. R. Donahue. P. Kcpros. G. Garrett. A. Horsley. R. Wagner, T. Grithth, C. Iohnson Nu Sigma Nu, the oldest medical fraternity both nationally and local- ly. completed its 47th year of lead- ership oncampus, with Ioseph Bush wielding the gavel. They were ac- tive in intramural sports and the Medical Student council. On the medical council were the following members of the fraternity: Ioseph Bush, Iohn Burney. Ioseph Brahms. Paul Maas and Iohn McAdams. Charles Heitz served as president of the sophomore medical class. Be- sides scholarship. medical terms and studying, the chapter presented the annual Christmas informal dance. Also the fraternity had its tradi- tional Saint Patrick's day celebra- tion, Page II7 first row: E. Achr, C. Fenlou. T. Welton, I. Gardner, E. Lauvstad. H. Light, Mrs, Davey, I. Krueger. M. Kadesky, N. Dunitz. R. Liebendorfer, E. Bartcls second row: L. Fuller. Burke, I. Koch, R. Berg. D. Ping. E. Richards. I. Hultin. I. McCoy. D. McNamara. D. VVnis. I. Fisher, K. Knorr. R. Burke, I. Myers, B. Perrin. I. Kennady. R. Adams. R. Secllacck third row: D. Spaan, D. McCarthy. W. YVhitehousc, R. Meyer. G. Dixon, W. Carnev, R, lohnston, D. Rohovit. R. Blome, M. Pearson, Z. Aschenbrcnner, D. Harding. D. Kettelkamp, I. Good. R. Reeds, R. Preston Page H8 ALPH KAPP K PP fourth row: P. Sisk. W. johnson. D. Noble. E. Duthe, R. Hansel, S. Craven. D. Wood- ard, A. Anneberg, W. Dakle, F. Maricnau, L. Weber. Parks, E. Downey. B. Walker. P. LaPorte. D. Kettelkamp' fifth row: R. Soll, L. Oestcrreicher, D. Woodcock. W. Rohm.-r. Nl. Michaelson, M. Kirlin. I. Bullard, I. Sass, R. Connell, R. McKa , W. Whitmore, A. Wentworth, I. Blazck, B. Sieiken, R. Kirkegaard, R. Ojemann. Woodard, D. Clark, R. Hendrickson. D. Onnen, I. Fenton, N. Gilfillan Alpha Kappa Kappa, professional medical fraternity. has had a full year of studying and participating in various organizations on campus. Five members of the fraternity served on the Medical Student council. Also four members, Allen Anneberg, Robert Ojemann, Don- ald Spaan and William Walker were initiated into the Alpha chap- ter of Phi Beta Kappa, honorary scholastic fraternity. In the way of social activities Alpha Kappa Kap- pa had the annual freshman brawl, Kadavers Kapers. and also the tra- ditional costume party, Quo Vadis. Many other social alfairs including after-game parties. smokers, Satur- day night informal dances, square dances and card parties were held in the chapter house. Don Wood- ard. chairman of athletics, conduct- ed the members of Alpha Psi chap- ter through an active year in intra- murals. The chapter continued work in conjunction with the annual fra- ternity lecture program by present- ing a prominent medical man to lecture for the public and the stu- dents of the university during the spring semester. A muclz-nvrdcd rcfrcslxcr course. ,vm ewionafmecficafzdalfernilfg OFFICERS President .... Lvuz Fuuran Vice-pres. . . EDWARD BARTELS Recording Scv. . THOMAS BuRKE Corresp. Sec. . WILLIAM PanmN Treasurer . . . ROY IOHNSTON Rushing Chin. . EDWARD DUFFIE Dorff you bclivvc it! Page H9 first row: R. Davis, R. Turner, W. Myers, D. Hake, B. Watkins, I. Crivard, R. Wells, R. Shropshire, M. Moles, V. Urish, G. Bartholow, M. Saunders, R. Stevens second row: T. Kemhle, W. Vaughan, L. Sprague, L. Rolfman, T. Kelly, G. Michel, E. Lansing, I. LaMar. W. Powers, E. Iones. C. Officer. R. Harrison, B. Woodburn. C. Karr, R. Barrett third row: I. Miller, R. Strom, R. Rollstin. H. Wollf. R. Berg rcn, C. Bean. K. Fawcett, W. Downing, R. Gilmer, I. Rice, D. Hill. E. Schmicdel. Trcneman, Tabor. G. Tracy. W. Stein, R. Smith, R. Smith, G. Stevens fourth row: R. Lynberg, W. DeKraay, D. Wortmann, S. Robinow, G. VanLeeuwrn, M. Noordholf, R. Lechelt. D. Klink. A. Moeller. H. Moessner, L. Staples, I. Flynn, W. Stanford, R. Kundel, W. Ianss. D. Longnecker, P. Hanson, A. Mauer. R. Caplan. D. Ortmcyer OFFICERS President . RICHARD SHROPSHIRE Vice-pres. . . .THOMAS KELLY Secretary . WILLIAM VAucIfIAN Treasurer . . .ROBERT HILLEH' Social Chm. . . ROBERT GILMER Page l20 PHI BET PI Richard Shropshire as the presi- dent led the Pi chapter of Phi Beta Pi, professional medical fraternity, to another successful year. In the students' leisure time, the members of the fraternity participated in several intramural sports activities. They won both the singles and doubles tennis tournament crowns, Their social activities under the leadership of social chairman, Rob- ert Gilmer, included an annual party in the winter and another one in the spring, with humorous floor shows presented at intermission by the different classes as entertain- ment. Also there were several in- formal get-togethers and numerous stag bridge parties, The fraternity again planned and presented the traditional Aesculapian Frolic. The chapter has one of the many active wives' clubs on campus called the Phi Beta Pi wives' club. This club, under the management of Mrs. Iohn Miller, has held various informal bridge parties for the stu- dents. The chapter housemother was Mrs. Bess Watkins. MEDICAL STUDE T CUU CIL first rom: A. Wentworth, V, Llrich, I. Bullard, McMahon, P. Maas second row: L. Fuller. I. Broms, 1. Barney, R. Strom. T. Weltox1. R. Oiemann, H. Mol. R. Caplan, W. Hark, D. Belville NU . . . pro ewionafmeokcine first row: B. Robinson, B. Lemkc, P. Cole, R. Williams second row: L. Eiklcbcrry, A. Kiel, R. Clysta, I. Hopkins, N. Lee Page I2I if a e 3 ' Q 7 1 " -P , . W5 1 'NV W., I U . .X ,. ' Juv, , X X , ' n Q - ..r . , lf N., 54 i 5. 'Q ' ,':r'g ' . Q , W L 3:1-x . Yglg-,Qi 1 v -Qzfsmfff-'if"i A v' 'K MQW ' ' H L.. , 'ei ' Q 1. --w.,.f' 1,z'L,,.-.,1,S'P' N' ' 4?-"EX lx' ' eff.: - ff Q" V- ,VN '.Y1'1,Q4m H 4 Q + , .RW-' :aye- xa ...Q-,fwf Zgqsifsfif' :- V ,,5.3.zu" . W - I ' '--Q.m--I'-5'..:2 is - ..gWl.k.5aE',gM vi ,. . ' ',.! . f ' .. A 'As ,53g.wS bV' A Q A x ,gr f:T.-aa' ' A x . .'?'5Lii ' 12' "'Z.Ii.rfgV'k if -.1 rjM:..Ef?Y1k t Pg ' .Iv K 5 Q ' ' i 3 XM. 94:3 , K? 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A I J CAROL OERALDINE KAY PHYLLIS " P4 L '- A Q' ' HERO ROLLER CAMERON CHASE X , 'J 'Swv lowaCify BeresfOrd,S.D. WEIEOII Greeley ' :K ' ' If bfi R-E' M Lf-' ff iv ? ,..N.'.f::j fax A? V 4 1 NX ' 'jx h Q ,A A - N MARYM. BEVERLY NANCY ALANNA . Q ' A V CAULEY CRAIN PARIS FORSHAY . ,B v .Og I ARIREE. Hepburn Iowa CIN Newmn - L. - K.I,,f fi .' ' E.: V 1 x 'R -A . A Q Y KAY vIOLET K ROSEMARY DELSIE in Y Q, M M5325 -- J- GASKIN G-ORADANIER HAN?EN HARIYIAN 4 , 4' +, LJ -5 Jollehlll. Posfwlle SecCIiy Sa:CIfy '. A I n, 9 -we , V W' V e. , 1 . . I A aax , I I' I -1 f' mf: Y ,L 'f am V Ur A3 R ff KATHRYN LUELLA WAYNE ARLENE if 'f X . 3 1 . ,, HASTINGS HEI1sHusEN HENRY HILL ' A' .R ,i gg, 5 Marion Williamsburg Iowa FalTs Dysnri' +52 .g' Af L30 I rm' 'if-0 X' I ',"..' R R v 3 . - ' --1-F9f1.'.eg,:i'm'T. :. ' "1 'Q J., , ..,,a.fe'5I-2g,..v1g5YU 5 , A53 SENIORS -1953 I L ,X 1 H. Raiwf' E., 5, HEY' , I .b H X 3 TV ' ' ' A 4-v :- TOL 1 .b j" 3fgg?f".'Ii ,L ,-- , Q fk fy- Y ? -ifdiifl ' I I ' ' ma We. , V ' ' wr, 1' . . ' 353' I ff' Ri F' I .Q ir ' ,V 'vi V, ' In A qw' Jn fin g,dQ4 y ,Jef j,. x 5E5mV3,'nQ+ H 5-A gg SN DOLORES MARY LOU VIRGINIA RUTH BARBARA HOLLAND HOOVER .IACOBSEN JAEGER JOHNSON For? Dodge Oskeloose Walnuf Sigourney Moline, Ill. N BEVERLY GRETCHEN M. BARBARA DONNA SHIRLEY JOHNSON JOHNSON KELL IcREss LurIER Cherokee Boone Grundy Cenler Mikhail, SD. Mnrshclliown Page IZ4 'Ns f ' Y3 , 'A . H , 45 -' 'Ii -in -A X V s' 91411 'ggi ' ' ' I V-L1 .Y - ., Q 'J' iw 4,4 A -tb -'.,,,f w i 1 . - ' ,Ia . ' in I "' A ' K' I ' f-N A 'ai I - , V5 I 5 , R B , , QQ' 4 I Kas s! 4. M., f' U 3 0 'g f fi v. H-if X-A 1: .K ' 'A x A , All 1 I Q I ' . I gi ig gigs t W M . A A I at , - -, ' 1- A y jp, ' ' ' URW X . , ,a " : ' Q QQ, 4. -fi Q' V - , V I 1 1 e f -'N' JOYCE DARILYN MARYBELLE NANCYJ. MARY ANNE PATSY HELEN LEONA MESSAMER MEYER MEYER MILLER NELSON OI-INMACHT OKAMOTO OLSEN Guihrie Cenler Grundy Cenler Iowa City Seavsborn Keolculc Essex Hio, Hawaii Dow Ciiy ELIZABETH MARY LOU JOY JANE A. EILEEN MARGARET ANN MARIE MARY RAFFEN O'RlLEY O'l'OOLE PARIS PASCHEL PAULSEN PETERSEN PROEHL SPERGER Waulrcn Sfuari Sloan Websier Ciiy Cenienlcl. Grundy Cenler Iowa Ciiy Marion,Ol1io MARILYN KATHLEEN KAY MILLICENT JOAN DAVID E. BEVERLY MARY LOU RANDOLPH RATHJEN REYNOLDS ROBERTSON RODDEWI6 ROSE ROWLAND SANDERS Bloomfield Williamsburg For? Dodge Palo Aho. Calif. Davonporf Marion Des Moines Bellflower, Mo, f..f.M,' . , I Q 4 ' 'I Q. sg . A gk ' A . ' R ,. N' A 'v . .icwf ,' ,H ' " ' - if I 'Inga' 5 , '10 3' ' 2.5 N- ' 1 " :iw 'I . 1 ' A ' 4 , . , w f I?sg.k,'E -2 if , -Kiwi Q ' ' . f I X Nb' .tggk Q i Qian if 'it V i ' . 5 l.1""1'+ I 4" 1 Vi, - ' , N, 1- ... QL, f ' - .Lf 'di ' J' - . ' I . 1 - V L- Ln . A . IRENE PHYLLIS RUTH LILA GRACE MARY LOU DONNA RUTH SCI-IMARJE SCHULTZ SEDLACEK SEYDEL SIMONS SMALLEY SMEETON SMALL Masculine cams: Bluffs cedar Rapids Iowa cny oexwean Conway Sac can Hampfon JOAN I.. JOY ELLEN ELSIE G. AVIS J. VIRGINIA ROBERTA SHARON SMITH SMITH STOUGHT SVOBODA TOFTEY TAYLOR TURNWALL TUEL Hudson, S.D. Spirii Lake Iowa Cify Cedar Rapids Kanswha Marlinsburq Webb Paullina are F381 iiii! r "5 OFFICERS President . . CAROLYN IONESON Vice-pres. . . . MARJoR1E Pinus Sec. . . Mas. MAXINE PATTERSON Treasurer . . . LILLIAN RAPER Archivist . . ELSIE LAUGHLIN top row: M. Leonard. C. loneson. C. Madsen. D. Lulhi, M. Barns. I. Stickels, D. White- head bottom row: M. Magnusscn. I. Proctor, C. Lampe, E. Slought. B. Kell, A. Woodrow Sigma Theta Tau is a national honorary nursing sorority on the campus of Iowa university. It awards membership to those girls who have shown outstanding work in their studies and the nursing profession. One of the most important activi- ties sponsored by Sigma Theta Tau is the tea on Founders day in Or:- tober, given for all nurses and stu- dents in the school of nursing. Another annual event is the large banquet in May, at which time the new members of the organization are received. The most noted feature of the sorority is the yearly award given for scholarship for the nurse who has shown the most unusual ad- vancement in the pursuit of her profession. Page I27 zw... , , . I E N as ' V 'Tl5W'ffl MII 'lit f-N33 .mu Q, 1 Q! , 3-17 """':5" ' L- X ' lg ggi. ' 4. " 31,1 . is M 5 21' fly U f :W:.6,'f Y?" ' .W '! , s sg. .'. . , - Q. ex- a Im, , . f . I Qt , W -, -.-gf Pi Jw? N QNX a Nts xx 4 PN' w-'W A v. Ffa-.V .,.. 1 ww' . -Q .r a . X, ,E 3.1-Q x, . f, vgfsr.. . .9 3.5. '9"fu"f' 2225 nfuz "- 'W ' ' V? H.. W1 M . Ms., ' Q., " . ' "mp, x. A .' 'Z "1 3 ...xx z . n-,A 'gk . line .M nu..L.1 -ff, 1 ...ng BRUCE D. LLOYD R. EVELYN E. HAROLD J. BEEKMAN BETSWORTH BIRDSALL BLACK Aflanlic Iowa City San Diego, Cal, Parnell MERRILL MARIE FREDERICK L. WESLEY BOLDEKER BORUQUE BROWN BROWN Iowa Cily Davenporl Burlinglon Keolculr JEROLD DON M. DAVID R. WILLIAM M. BUDDENI-IAGEN BUSHAR CHAMBERS CRISWELL Allison Sioux Ciiy Oakland Oakland DONALD MERLIN GEORGE E, ANDREW C. CLAY DANIELSEN DAVIS DENIKE Mom Pleasant Moline, mu. Maqnoksla law. Cily ORVILLE FRANK NOEL D. MARY ELLEN DUECKER EBY EVANS FITZGERALD Frederilza Wesf Bra nch Oalnlancl Cresco A vy,g,...-...L A in, -. It if M . , I J ll FV ' Tv i'3 ' 4 L' .'?s .K' '5 , . '. ' I W. , 'Q llx: A . ,f 131 '4 -'Q Q,V '. . , Y ' 7, 'I -,gy 1 ...gn cj. 3' - N Q. j . I, 3 ' 'V -3"-' ' Luv ' iv- '-"W "'-" I Y ' ' 32. f ' W v 9 I .,,,' "?'afIE" .3 -- Q an ,tv U. ' ' ri f' if ya.. .ii P g, - . 4 fp' , , T if YQ ,Q I Q... Jai? , I- ,, , 1-o F , :. 4 - " ... I .3 ' M .. f-A Q . I ...I T. 531 W2-.I 3 L. at J ' . . . r Q.. , ,, ,van , 3. .. f .1 'x .'N2 I w - M. 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SKAAR Gaza DAN L. YOUNG Atlantic . pro eaaionafpkarmacy Mrs. Innes, M. Rink. T. Iacklcy, S. Albrecht second row: K. Brookhart, M. Boruque, E. Birdsall, M. Smith firs! ron Page I3I Secretary . . .MARJORIE RINK PHARMACEUTICAL ASSCJCIATIO first row: S. Albrecht, D. Chambers, M. Rink second row: E. Carlson, F. Domcr, H. Christensen. l. Shutt 'W OFFICERS President .... IAMES SHUTT Treasurer . HOGER CHRISTENSEN The American Pharmaceutical association is a national organiza- tion created to further unity and friendship among pharmacy stu- dents. Approximately seven meet- ings are held during the year at lowa's student branch. One of the most outstanding ac- tivities of the association is the Page I32 , ,, Prize prom, given in February of each year. Several pharmaceutical companies send presents which are given as prizes during the evening. This year was the associations one hundredth anniversary nation- ally. 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M Q, M 654 BARBARA BAKER Interfraternity Pledge Queen CFSOI1 ei' Hend h Thorpe en Peferson McBride ws .r LBA JEANNE HCJTZ Mecca Queen Leah Thorpe Marcene Ringuefie Harriei' Whifesel Shirley Loerke 1 SHIRLEY LOERKE Hillcrest Queen Marcene Ringuelle Jeanne Hoh Alice Menclxe Harriel Wlmifesel Page l48 QM KATHERINE BECKMAN Currier Queen Mary Be'H1 Mauer Juanifa Befhke Mary Schroeder Jo Buzze+'H dw Jean Wolf Jo Carr Sue McBride SALLY JONES Quadrangle Queen Page 150 MA PAT BROWN Westlawn Queen Doroflmy Koehrsen Donna Munson V Nancy Denning . - 5 s Q 1 " A 1, . Q- 1' 1 4 I 1. V- 'kgs-3, ..x,.. 'gas' .."'R gifs ,.LQ,5"l ".S':e,?' 'Y . . isifff' ' V X 1 W., Q.gu'ijff. f-' xl -aa-if kv . f . . V. Q S. - . -fi .4 , K' . ky: 31.3, ,,1,,vg"aN ,Q iw ft i,g4swi42Rf?ifgwS?YG 5k11" '.QL-I'3QWfg'.f 5 .mifv 3 wwf-gi3+ff Qf',Q.,'Q' Y ffl-f14f" '-M, xggmr. f. .f M, . 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The new communications center is located across from the new uni- versity library on the corner of Col- lege and Madison. It will house most of the teaching. service, and research activities of the school of journalism and the university de- partment of publications. The concept of an SUI communi- cations center was originated by Wilbur Schram, director of the school of journalism from 1943- l947. The idea was further de- veloped by the faculty of the school of journalism and by administrators and faculty members in other aca- demic divisions of the university concerned with mass communica- tions. Formal dedication is planned for the fall of 1953. Page l53 COIVIIVIUIXIIC TIONS CE TER Another sign of progress at SUI. ttopi Managing Editor and Editor confer with advisor Wilbiir Peterson on prospective cover design. tbottoml Subscription cards being rccllccknd by executive business staff. Sane people have walked in the Hawkeye ofllce and emerged in the same mental condition, but Editor Don Wallace claims that it certain- ly never happened during final deadlines. Perhaps the most unbe- lievable fact. to those who have seen Hawkeyes cozy little oHlce in IATB, is that actually 113 students worked together to publish the uni- versity's 526,000 yearbook. Of the publications five separate staffs. sales and copywriting were the largest, while special talents were put to good use on the office, art and photography staffs. A unique feature of Hawkeye is the fact that Page I54 only 8 per cent of its staff are ma- joring in journalism. the rest coming from every department in the uni- versity from dramatic arts to phar- macy. Unlike past editions, the 1953 Hawkeye layout and art work was done entirely by staff members. The miniature sets constructed for the division pages presented a unique challenge to the art staff. Each set represents over 100 man- hours of the combined efforts of ceramic artists, model-makers and stage set designers. Picture nites marked another in- novation of the '53 staff. During three evenings in December Hawk- 1953 HAVVKEYE me uniuemilfy yeamdood DON WALLACE. Editor IIM VICKERY, Business Manager X' gn ,-N, I.. : . . x L. ,,, s . ,. 'iff' ig , 5 wg, jar A -- 3.4 AMN ' W" A. wx V, V' gf Yi f if Q 5 ,A .f' - L N' nf: mv 1ff:: ff., Q3 if 4, gt 12 gg ' ',. ll gb lx " I .4- U .fi ' R, N55 H be V' lb' Ili., Av - 'Q Q' . " .2333 wg-Y .k vnu .- 9 If W -x 6 .1 . I V 5: X. Aw 3-',, sy xx .xxx - 'T- B WY XGA Vi :Lf r-f V,-. 1 i num rv ,f 9. . ,I I Y: f ,Y ff nf, 'f J n 11 SR Y. 5..5..5l,. he 535 ff. ' , BTW 0' mm , ' e f.. za: 1 L we . .x , . ein! ' 777' 741' ' W A Sw 0 a .2 , ,B X- f-! Ex: , ...X W A , ., kv 7 Q 1 .., f 49 :xx 1 ,, - 3. ga:-ar 1'--'X x v , X, X wt 4 X 1-- Ilfnry Sails and Dick Pitschkc setting up photo sclicdulc, eye photographers photographed over 90 campus groups. an opera- tion which involved more than 2200 students. The program required extremely close timing and organi- zation, but resulted in a convenient solution to the perennial problem of group pictures. Of the 700 photo- graphs appearing in the book, more than 80 per cent were taken by stu- dent photographers on the Hawk- eye photo staff, On the business side, Business Manager lim Vickery and his staff set an all-time record in subscrip- tions sales. During the three days of first-semester registration, sub- scriptions soared to 1900, 300 over last year's grand total. At the close of the sales campaign subscriptions reached 2200, with the addition of seniors and high school copies net- ted a press run of 4400 books. Miss SUI Beauty Pageant, origi- nated by Hawkeye last year as a successor to the former Hawkeye Queen contest, was oncc again sponsored by the yearbook staff in cooperation with live other all-uni- versity organizations. Editor Don Wallace scrvecl as chairman of the Pageant board which chose Don Rosche as this year's director. Page I57 ' f ,im i t i Preparing to shoot one of the 92 groups participating in Picture Niles. Checking thc dummy before going on an assignmcnt . . . and its result Checking the lates! CDP!! and cropping the pictures. AGAZINE X camloow amor magazine In spite of rising prices Magazine X, SUl's humor magazine, con- tinued to sell for ten cents. The magazine, in its first full year of Page l58 publication continued to increase its circulation. The 4,000 copies of the first issue that were sold represent an all-time high for sales since the humor magazine was placed on a self-supporting basis. Balloons pub- licizing X, some including dance tickets were released from the tops of several buildings on campus. In March a compact 24-page magazine printed on heavier paper and featuring a cover girl replaced the old style X. The articles and jokes of Magazine X tended to be satires on college life. This year Carroonist Norman This om: gocs in! IIM BOWERMASTER Business Manager 1 gi Ni Close chock on page proof by advisor Iolm Ford before thc presses start to roll. satires of certain nationalmagazines were also featured, Examples of the latter include "Fotoquiz" and 'AThe World We Are Not Long For." Picture stories by Carl Turk, in- cluding "Dogmatism," were high- lighted again this year. A new pin- up girl was presented in each issue. The staff sponsored a Win-a-date contest and an ideal girl contest, Cartooning was done by Dean Nor- man, Ron Butler. Red Watson, Al Smith and Gerard Schultz. Car- toon covers were drawn by Inter-- landi, Dean Norman and Ron But- ler. ,Approximately I5 regular staff members work to put out the maga- zine. A limited amount of class credit may be received for this work, but several of the staff mem- bers devote time to X purely on an extra-curricular basis. Staff posi- tions with the exception of business manager are on a rotation basis. Editors for this year were Mary Donai, Connie Hastings and Bette Sager. Iohn Ford served as faculty advisor. standing: R, Iensen. assistant advisor. I. Bowcrinaster. L. Wallin, I. Pumroy, C. A. Andrews, D. Boyle. A, Belle, M. Holt, B. Sager seated: C. Kane. L. lose, C. Hastings. M. Donai, Ford. advisor, C. Turk r yyrfm T The rim , . . heart of the news room. Composing heads on tlic Ludlow, D ILY IOVVAN owa Glfyh morning newrilvaper Most of the University students are unaware of the busy office of The Daily Iowan which is familiar only to the members of the staff who spend many hours working together to produce one of the top college newspapers in the country, Recent- ly moved to the second floor of the new communications center. The Daily Iowan has the latest facilities to offer future journalists and pro'- vides an excellent opportunity for these journalism students to receive training in their field under realistic conditions. In the new building the photos graphic facilities of the Iowan have been enlarged to include room for Page I60 three enlargers, private developing and film loading rooms as well as special rooms for wirephoto receiv- ing, transmitting and processing. The new offices have soundproof telephone rooms equipped with desks in order that reporters cover- ing Iocal news stories may write their articles from the telephone. The office is also provided with a conference table where the Iowan staff meetings are held. The spac- ious newsroom has been modernly designed for efhciency in operation. Since the Iowan, published fivc days a week. is completely edited by students without faculty help. there is a great variety in the type of information printed. The Iowan gives full coverage of the national and local news events and through the services of the Associated Press and the Central Press Association which along with local news, pro- vides a well-rounded coverage. Through these news services, the Iowan is able to make possible a story originating in Iowa City to appear in newspapers all over the country in a matter of hours. The Iowan has the latest news deadlines of any other morning paper in Iowa. BILL CLABBY, Editor LEONARD HIPPCHEN, Business Manager all Vx-:fx VAA' A " A 'T'-'f5"j:g' "-' '.:::11 -'f x A ft 9.5, jx A Q-'1 - , xg - . m W ' W QV' PQ-, fgf H MQ, ,mmlx ,V 3- "' S' ' K iv" ,,,....-acl-U""' ,,.-nn--""' bA'A ,4g ?f'5 - Q- Y YVWQ57.. X fifiif' "-'-.yy XX lv y XX , . A Q R. Q R ' X A ' I ,v i A' l . Vw. ' E R5 f'Z:lI?.'.-4 I 1. J ,. 1 f' ,, CNN. 1 P! iff J 14-Z' fu 4 if I - 2 5 X, sl Vic. --, , EAXQ Q 1 ' , WY 1 xx! ii? x . , x Qa- "1 KAN 04 'i'- df' .x .+ -nn' 1 1 i 5 015' 6, " ' .-1 1 .3 :idx A J 'SHT-3, .... X231 1 '. . L 'm , , fig: x.. T K EN . Q .M 5 2 BO RD OF STUDE T PUBLIC TIOIXIS H. Winston, B. Ballantync. W. Smith, L. Randall, C. Zimmerman, I. Stewart, A. Wells, F. llownnll, L. Moeller In l924, the University of Iowa established a non-profit agency. called the Board of Trustees of Stu- dent Publications, lnc., for setting up the policies for the three sudent publications. The Daily Iowan. Hawkeye. and Magazine X. A pub- lisher. who is responsible for the general operation of the publica- tions and for all the administrative details, subject to the policies which the board sets up, is designated by the board. The board meets regu- larly once a month during the aca- demic year. Part of its duties in- clude naming the editors and bus- iness managers of the publications. In applying for these positions the applicants submit detailed letters setting forth their qualifications and plans for the following year. Ap- plicants also appear before the board for interviews. Page Ib3 x .4 . ? 5-1.5 ' "Mini, 75 NJ 3 Q 4- '-i fx Q :uf ' i win .--5.-.--v . v 'E pfm -.........-...-.......... . al, ...... - ..-. 0, O' ew K 6. 4 E.: 1 N I " K ': .,-'A ' xx, Q.. ' nil" ' 22.3 - . f2f fe-4 f L5?,f.fi2 Q W pq.. Fggi-2,315 V, .. gg' ,Fl Q TV 2. -. ! ...MQ-,p. , X sg f.. , , fx, Q 325.5-5' '- Asks' 2. .vi ij .:"3f7XS: -"lv ,Q 1?-L1 is 44 W f" ,. N,RxX'Xy, 4 W N - Q 'H XxX,:5N w ' --. - V. .4 I1 Y. -,A :' ' gif" ' e f A . A Q A + ' . "ff 'f frfsfcz 'b f 7 -'55.?FQi3"i W fi 3: ........---- . 5 'U :I 'M 93. 'Sm ' 1 , 5 mf!! ww., 9 I , ,Q 2:-M' I ' fx-2' 'fi E I, .-A ,T- VVSUI lflze uniuemilfg Jfalfion aeruing eaalfern owa The university's broadcasting sta- tion WSUI. in its thirty-fifth year of operation. continues to broadcast mature and intelligent programs for the education and enjoyment of its listeners. During these past thirty- Ilve years it has made many friends throughout the eastern half of Iowa and the bordering states. Radio station WSUI is believed to have been the first educational sta- tion west of the Mississippi. lt has pioneered in many areas of broad- casting activities, two of them being play-by-jlay sportscasts and a classroom broadcast in music appre- ciation. This program, which began in 1930 can still be heard over WSUI. The station is a charter member of the National Association of Ed- ucational Broadcasters. lt broad-- casts in a wide variety of program I65 Staff members checking tlic script. areas such as, national, state and local news and sports: music. dra- matic. women's and children's pro- grams: and the School-of-the-Air which is a series of ten programs a week used in classrooms through- out the listening area. Students play an important part in the station's operation. Through- out the year over 100 students par- ticipate in all the various aspects of the stations operation. Students work under the supervision of the full-time staff which includes: Carl H. Menzer, director: Richard C. Setterberg. program director: lames P. Wehr, assistant program direct- or: S. Iohn Ebert, chief engineer: Leslie Bigelow, transmitter operator: Dean Stoner and Richard Baker, assistant operators: Frederick Sed- erholm, "School-of-the-Air" direct- or: Mrs. Richard lack. olhce man- ager and Mrs. Iames Schweiger. secretary. Evcrylliing from jar: to classics in WSlII's large record library. -1--Q-vw-'yd K we , .1 5 Ruzifu' Lim, NIU' 4, an 2. , ' , . V ' x 1 " L A 'Ts' lx? K x5:7".,g' r..i an Y .Q 9 1-,.,,,. 1 i ,,: 1 iff, . '- 11 " Lg' ' , ' -' , nm...w., QCD gg' ff A cg. Af llg Xi'-21 ' .., - :'4Eb'g-'sw 2 'ying , my -Q.. , , I, x fs'-5f1:fw"' '.:, I, f"t . 5-gig-gr' gzfff srqfqz .2 H 41,5 fm h 26 4, . W .- . 1' '1 " ,wa 1' . 5 . .M e,e-gy: If fi A f W 'G--ni. ez 3 mf 5' fi. Y-H """l , . - W I ' 1 - 3 Y K "Hg If' , ' t 15 2 1 "-1 5 'Q-5' wi 1 1 ' -L .5 'Li .Lug wp is 13 I 5 Lx 3r'1:fi.4Kg, sri' Y X jg 1t2Yi5LfgvtfQ'w?19--'l'awi.f.fgiffEf if " ."'x 4 ziqf.. . ' , bl. YS 2 AV, .'?.f'f'4?':'g 1' -' . !, .fm - N rsfaffi' - - 5,51 JM Q . f' X f"ff2'. Ly gsm Q' "' U" 'M ji agua:-yfb My "W r 0 W Map. Q., WT., 2 - ' A Q 11 :gee ' " I ,-:.-Er-5 'rf 'F 5 25115 4, 1 if jiri EXIY , ,. .1 .. - -an 'Live' shows arc tclcrast weekly over WOC-TV and WOI-TV. TELEVISIO STUDIUS Page l6B A 530,000 remodeling and expan- sion project for television instruction at SUI was comleted in the fall of 1952. The project, a new television teaching and training laboratory, is located in the north wing of the old reserve library on the corner of Iowa and Madison streets, The new studios are larger and more unique than television facilities in any other educational institutions. In fact, they are larger than those available to most commercial sta- tions. Besides two large television stu- dios, the building has administrative offices for the radio and television department, two fifty seat theaters and classrooms to be used in tele- vision instruction. All of the facili- ties, with the exception of the otlices, are completely soundproof and air conditioned. The studios cover three floors of the building, once used as the Iowa fieldhouse. For the past two years the dra- matic arts department has been pro- ducing television programs which have been transmitted over TV sta- tions both in Ames and Davenport. The department has averaged ap- proximately 2O programs a year. However, this year, plans were made to step up the TV production at SUI to 150 programs. The new department is not limit- ed to the instruction of television alone, It also teaches the produc- tion of motion pictures. The uni- versity has on hand some of the best motion picture equipment available, and is far ahead of most educational institutions in this Held. At present most of the programs are produced in the large studio located on second floor. A three-camera chain television equipment unit is now in progress. Eventually SUI hopes to join a state-wide educational TV network which will include such schools as Iowa State and Iowa State Teach- ers. the Department of Public In- struction and also private schools who wish to join the network. A joint planning committee was appointed to study the possibilities of the state-wide educational TV network. The committee consists of members of the state department of Preparing rr film commercial for tclcuision. l ,, W TL I 11 ".:5fi:2'f? s . f 1 'Q-lifes?-?31."Q' , ia-r 1 -ffiv L ,, ,.f,'9, 1 fm . , 5-ff i W' vi, fi fin, : , 3 '. . 1-',,gf,?,' , 'JJ I 4 if .E .. -A 'W A X ' 1 - 2. -H n.T .U x 3 3 3? 1 mm f 3' -K fi, .., ... ,-f-""-K I .. i 46 if 3 k. .,5's"',j,.' Cl w W' V Q4 , A Q . S 'iiifl -GQ . ..,.. , ' W W-, .aff-Qe ?"2'f'9?-L-W'i"11 QQ'-?a2fgifg,p, ,W-R M W V- -- Q Q -'3E'2sfk.f'.f A Fmfwfe, Q5 w 59' ?+4ff'2.' X . 1 , Lf., .f P 1. 2.1, ...U-. . ." -.8599 5 so-' -47332 ,we-,-nmb.. itiwwf -..-,., . -'Q 4-5, Lf. Xa- yit 8. x ' .Pl-341 - , my - ,rfgmgf f WL' Q- ,Ee,,, . .ffwl in ism learn the minimum essentials of setting type, operating linotype and printing a newspaper, in the news- paper production laboratory. This laboratory has all the necessary equipment for producing small newspapers. A complete modern photo-engraving plant has recently been added to the laboratory. The Iowa Quest, an experimental news- paper, is published in this labora- tory. Henry Africa serves as direc- tor of the newspaper production lab, Edward F. Mason is director of the photography laboratory in which students produce more than 10,000 pictures annually. Many of these photographs are for use in the Daily Iowan and the Hawkeye. although most of the work is done as part of class assignments. ' . Page I7I llcftl The photographic lab turns out ovcr 10,000 prints a ycar for photography classes and student publications. ihottoinj Instruction in operating the Iinotypc is one of many phases of practical training offered by the newrpapcr production lab. ,.Q, ,.. U 'Wh I, ,V ,1 z.,-x ' I ' Q ..-1 jf' qui, , .W ve.. :as 'A' - "K a ,Mn ...1 H 'W "xl, "f?1nf " ' Tn: 0 :f:'...f . 51152 12.5 if f f i-2 'fi 1 4 S! uri' f-by egg If. Ng- rfn.-'Q , ns ,-1-3, 5 - U, ewswx' 153, z Fry. 2' gag Q- ' . f - , -nw. . 3.4 gizffd Mar. in '. 54-an .-.. 8, ...- ' . , , 1 Q 1 1 C ' auf? 'M x M Forensics Association GFFICERS President .... Tom BROWN Vice-president KATHRYN DooRNiNK Secretary .... LYNN Triom- Trcasurer . NOR1'ON MEZVINSKY The Intercollegiate Conference on World Problems opened a year of conferences and contests for SUl's Forensic association. Held in De- cember on this campus, the con- ference offered events in debate and discussion for speakers from col- leges and universities throughout the United States. In March. thc Midwestern Conference for lown and Illinois colleges again brought speakers to SUI's campus. The Forensic association traveled to other colleges to discuss problems of local, national and international interest. Before the presidential elections, much discussion centered around the campaigns of the two candidates. The association en- couraged university students to en- ter the Hancher Oratorical contest at this univerhity. The winner of that contest represented SUI in the Northern Oratorical League con- test. Regular Tuesday evening ses- sions were held here for entertain- ment as well as for practice in pre- sentation and argumentation. first row: R. Stuclke, B. Schilling, E. Fuller. K. Doornink, B. Dickmann. L. Flandcr second row: P. Youngers, N. Mczvinsky, Wcbcr, M. Brown. I. Scesser. T. Brown, K. Iohannscn, F. Myers. D. Adams, T. Myers, I. Traverse Page I73 first row: I. VVcber, M. Brown. L. Thodt. T. Brown second row: R. Stuclke, P. Youngers, L. Flandcr, N, Mezvinsky UNIVERSITY DEBATE Page I74 4 WY, SUI's debate teams participated in a full schedule of contests and conferences this year. In December, the Intercollegiate Conference on World Problems and in March, the Midwestern Conference for Iowa and Illinois colleges were held on this campus, Having hardly closed their doors to that conference, the speakers traveled to the University of Wisconsin for a debate and dis- cussion conference sponsored by the honorary speech fraternity, Delta Sigma Rho. At Wisconsin, the na- tional question concerning the com- pulsory federal Fair Employment Practice Commission was used for debate, and the discussion team talked about a possible protection against the threat of communism. In April, the sixth National Stu- dent congress was held in Chicago. The threat of inflation was the ques- tion of debate at the congress spon- sored by Delta Sigma Rho. SUI's debaters were among the students from Big Ten schools who assem- bled at Purdue in May for the Western Conference Debate League. Their topic was of per- sonal interest to the speakers for it concerned the effectiveness of un- dergraduate education in Big Ten schools. Debaters traveled to the Univer- sity of Michigan during the presi- dential elections to argue the cut- rent campaigning issues and political platforms. The University of In- diana speakers came to this campus to discuss the same topic. A "home at home" debate with the Univer- sity of Missouri sent one of our speakers to the campus at Columbia S I to debate one side of an issue, while a Missouri speaker came here to de- bate the other. Their topic concern- ed de-emphasis of athletic competi- tion in colleges. This same type of debate was repeated later in the year with Cornell college. To complete the remainder of a busy year, the teams traveled to the University of Nebraska and to Grinnell college. The new members of the debate team went to Chicago for a novice tournament. Illinois university sent its debaters here for a contest. Finishing the season with a real spark, the Iowa debaters com- peted against speakers from Cam- bridge university in an annual inter- national debate. Three oratorical contests were held during the year. The annual Hancher Oratorical contest was held in April and the winner rep- resented SUI in the oratory divi- sion of the Western Conference As- sembly at Purdue, The Lefevre contest, oratorical contest open to freshman students at SUI. was again held this year. Representa- tives participated in the Northern Oratorical League contest in the spring. In addition to debate, discussion and oratory. speakers participated in extemporaneous speaking. parlia- mentary sessions. public speaking and radio newscasting. In the par- liamentary sessions, bills submitted by students were debated and reso- lutions were passed. The SUI group held practice ses- sions every Tuesday evening in or- der to gain constructive criticism from one another. first row: B. Schilling, E, Fuller, B. Diekmann. K. Doornink second row: D. Adams. K. Iohannsen, I. Seesscr, F. Myers, T. Myers, Traverse DISCUSSIO GROUP Page I75 RESER E OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS COLONEL WALTER E. SEWELL COLONEL GEORGE A. BOSCH Professor of Military Science and Tactics Professor of Air Science and Tactics Page I76 jk 7. e Hifi f ' ' QT. J' ' -: s N , H-gfgp f -, Q H: 'W Wifi U have if fy Q ' Y my L nfl vi. .X wwf ,W'. I 1 K 5 tin ,J I N ' , CJ ""'-A v, 3 r 1 . xg' N'.9l'f' 1 A .av 5? . , -f xii? we M 155 ' ll! vi ffl? Swi? Sf N' l M an ' 4 . '1- - , 4 . . m 'WW Page I7 . , 1 , v ,, -1 -1 rr A zfth' ' gvy ff Y, W g 63+ ' ei .,g,k, xii x T4 ffkfxigr' 'H' qi? Viv " 'Mail QQ, .Y ' Ti, q . , . Q . - W . .Que -W Q A Q, - U e 'Qs -xg! sa'. EXE' 1 ' wg! 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'L' A 1 ' -Kip 'EP' ,Ubi-P UV., wiv' U 3? -WW! w1 w vw EE -L .rf w- -1 - 1 1- . 1- . ------ - The Billy Mitchell squadron is a national Honorary Air Force R.O.T.C. fraternity. The squadron originated as a campus group but received national recognition in Sep- tember, 1951, when it received its charter with the Arnold Air society. Candidates for membership are re- viewed by boards and selected on a point basis. A new feature of the squadron's activities was the extension of hon- orary membership to all senior staff cadets in air R.O.T.C. The SUI group continued to work with the Coe chapter which it originated last year. During the second semester the group operated as a base Orientation flights held in the fall and spring also helped to prepare the members for further military service. Two representatives of the Iowa chapter attended the national con- vention held in Los Angeles during Thanksgiving vacation. The drill team performed at the annual Drake Relays. BILLY MITCHELL SQUADRO Page IBO - ,... first r0w: Col. Geo. Bosch. advisor: Maj. Wallace lohnson: E. lohnson, commander: Wil- liam Ienner, executive officer: K. Ohl, operations ollicer: lim Sherman, finance ollicer second row: D. Roudabush, Adjutantp C. Arndl, personnel ofllcer: I, Adams, L. Bolton, W. Buerkle. I. Chalupnik third row: R. Cochran, G, Colville, R. Crawford, C. Fada. I. Field, B. Green fourth row: R. Lind. R. McLain. V. Maulson, H. Moren. L. Nelson, A. Noonan Hftli row:SC.ll-Uenney, P. Rocca, D. Rochav. M. Rosen, H. Schimmelpfenning, B. Slofer,N. ma ey sixth row: D. Steen, I. Sweeney, G. Vouis, W. Waller, L, Waymire, C. Zimmerman Pontoniers, the SUI military fra- ternity for engineers, was organized in l932. suspended activities during the war and re-organized after the war. Engineering students may be- come members of Pontoniers while freshman. The group meets bi-monthly for a program and refreshments. Spec- ial speakers and films on general and military engineering are often a part of the program. A special project of the group was the con- struction of model military bridges. The Pontoniers also entered a float in the SUI homecoming parade. Members of the group helped set up the equipment displays for Arm- ed Force day. Pontoniers and the Billy Mitchell squadron were in charge of the decorations for the Military ball. Pontoniers sponsor a drill team and a rifle team. The drill team and the Pershing Rifles drill team com- pete annually for the "Little Brown lug" award. lntersquad matches are held between the rifle squads of Pontoniers, Billy Mitchell and Pershing Rifles. Commander of thc Pontoniers is Donald A. Wescott. P0 T0 IERS first rom: K. Hultquist, D. Westcott, R. Capps, B. Lcntfer. D. Kern second row: D. Lllch, M. Harni. W, Olson, I. Luth. D. Hradek. K. Briclgford. D. Goetz. W. Liikc third miv: R. Hcninger, H. Barmash. T. lVlcGeoi-ge, F. Halton. 1. MclVlillin, D. Griffith. VV. Ingram fourth ron-: NV. Iones, M. Sedlzicck. C. Eggert, R. Schmicklc. NV, Bock. V. Smith Page I8l PERSHI G RIFLES To further the highest ideals of the military profession by encouraga ing and recognizing military ability is the aim of the Pershing Rifles. The national fraternity was founded by General Iohn I. Pershing in 1894. The SUI company, which is part of the Second Regiment, was founded in l929. Representatives of the Iowa group flew to the national conven- tion in Columbus. Ohio, In April the drill team competed for indivi- dual and team honors with seven other Pershing Rifles chapters at Lincoln, Nebraska. The drill team Page l82 first row: I. Conklin, F. Patterson H Hill E Houk second row: L. McI..rcsC. W Mead M Tow D I'in I Recd third ron-: M. Thiclcn, H. Gamber R NVickcy N Sp irroxx also traveled to Chicago for a drill meet. The Pershing Rifles rifle team participated in three postal rifle matches. These matches included a regimental match, a match with the chapter at Xavier University and a match between the 77 Persh- ing Rifles chapters in the United States. The Second Regimental heada quarters is located at SUI so mem- bers of the Iowa Pershing Rifles company have a chance for posi- tions on the regimental staff. Qs x Q-yr ' fun 4 I 4 ' .., L V V bm, usfsfrf, x, Q 4 ' Q QW. i. 5 I - ' h, ,, . 1 w' NA. xii gf, I . X X? X S . at Ll- bi P Ns" "SV WS: I 5 X ' Ka' .-'gk - I ,K 1 4. xi , f V Q K U 64 ' L. A ., , ,. Q , I 1 xf , Q, ', QCQCX uf! ' X H-Q. X: Q , f- 4..- , J , pg .. , X' , V, .3 kc., F 'L Y 7' , . ,iiiwi . 2. , . 0 .. .W all 5 X I-1 , u 8 l ,7 1 , , I mi' first row: T. Wclton. D. Weir. S, Smith. I. Krueger, S, Hussc. R. Brickford sci-and row: R. Rullstln, R. Hcnklc. I. Wisc, P. Hcrrmztnn. B. Hillcy, W. Shultz, R. Smith MEDICAL AND DENTAL UNITS first row: E. Skarc, M. Zciglcr, I. McAndrcw, D. Von Bcrg. D. Mclilrny, C. Dunn, Sgt. O. Kcgin sccond row: P. Maxwell, R. Karr. I. North, R. Knight. I. Dcgooycr. L. Young, Maj. W. Kircholi third row: K. Kokiohn, H. Hiller, R. Lindcnmcycr, T. Kacp, W, Frohardt. W. Smith Page l84 Fcdcrnl inspvcfion Climaxcs many months' training for both Army and Air cadets. Part of thc Govcmor's day program is thc presentation of awards to outstanding cndcts, Colonel Sowell. President Hanchcr, and Coloncl Bosch lead rlic inspcvtion party in thc Presidcnfx day rcvicw. Page l85 Cadet Colonel Ioc Lindsey and Honorary Cadet' Colonel Io Ann Williams Military students and their dates at- tended the festive Military ball held in the Iowa Memorial Union. Highlight of the fifty-first annual ball was the pre- sentation of the Honorary Cadet Colo- nel, her attendants, and the Cadet Colonel. Io Ann Williams was this year's Honorary Cadet Colonel, Ioe Lindsey was named Cadet Colonel as the outstanding student in ROTC. Honorary Lieutenant Colonels were Helen Roseberry, Ioanne Smith, Con- nie Menard and Mary Ladd. President Hancher, Colonel Sewell, Colonel Bosch and members of the Military Af- fairs committee were special guests. Page I8b IVIILIT RY B LL A unique backdrop of a fortress was featured at tlxc fifty-first annual Military ball. After an exciting summer tour abroad, the all-girl Iowa State uni- versity of Iowa Scottish Highland- ers, under the leadership of Bill Adamson, entered its seventeenth year with 85 drummers, bagpipers and dancers. For their annual foot- ball trip they accompanied the team to Indiana. The Highlanders also carried their music and marching maneuvers to Springfield, Illinois for the March of Dimes campaign. This famous hagpipe band also re- ceived a plaque from the Illinois St. Andrew society for the purpose of fostering good relations. Iuly 13 marked the day of great- est excitement for 60 members of the Highlanders, for that was the clay they began their two month tour abroad. Iuly 24 they landed in Zeebrugge, Belgium and from there they journeyed to Paris. One of their first performances was for the U. S. Army Camp at Orleans, France. Following this the girls en- joyed two sightseeing trips, one to Geneva, Switzerland and the other to Amsterdam, Netherlands. The two trips were financed for them by contributions from Iowa merchants. Scottish Highlanders The famcd Iowa Scottish Higlilanrlvrs are part of thc university ROTC unif. Page l87 X 5x1 ffffbffx. I, .Emi 13'-1' J 1' -1 1 r,,9 ,fs ' gi ,k gulf i . -Xe .1 .253 Q 'F . A ,V 'll 1 au' 1 V'--M .. g -SA. 5' ,Y h Niygbsty, " , .mlm W f 5 mi, -af . 6,5491-x 1 l. fx - :fm M va .f , Y aw' 5 . 9 A kr K 4 V , Y gg .. N ' Ni V .QQQQV 13 4:52 :: 'i'53 ' ,l ' "ia f . .JT -. mtv Q gqm,..i'i?f,, f ' 4.fz11jiy 4 r',"x ' ' ' qw?-, 1' 255 X .g2fw,l: 'fl zz '- gM.i,L. .17 . 2 5,34 an-fi --wma -- 0 . .ff- nzi X fl 'X-k 3T.CfE,f'g' f , Vigil Vu KY : va' A? Ri. , ,ini 3 gmfff? 5gfgNg1?"'1-. N 'ffl T .Q srf5fTM 1.3 paw Q .Q X'.f3NXf1' iFf: 1fif.!'LEi'E f1. "f+fff,zffxef. , "?IiE,ii 5f ' 'VIZ K1 ' . 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P.. li' 'Z Many student rccitals are featured during the ycnr efztv., : a :,....:w we , 2:'?2.i. f ' if is-.4 0 Q-rc.. 'f 1 I' 'Q".:.f 9'f'x "5 ,3.1""?'..x 1 ':,3,'2':,., . ,::f'f'.: I r.x:,i,,fA 1,125.5 1 X . 2 P' .f X J 10 S ' The various organizations of the line arts department such as the concert band, varsity band, univer- sity orchestra and university chorus have earned a prominent place in campus affairs. Entertainment for fans at football and bastketball games added to the enthusiasm and gaiety of the events. The orchestra and chorus were well received by SUI students wherever they appear- ed. The fine arts department had a hand in making almost every oc- casion a success. Iowa university students can well be proud of the accomplishments of the department. Page l9I CHORUS Dressed in their formal attire as for each concert, the Iowa univer- sity chorus, under the direction of Prof. Herald Stark, completed the year with a total of four concerts. Stephen Hobson was assistant di- rector and Ruth Vornholt was ac- companist for the group. Each Tuesday and Thursday night is kept open for practice each week, As a result of tryouts at the begin- ning of the year, 150 voices were selected to comprise the university chorus, The chorus presented George Friederich Handel's well known "Messiah" for their Christmas con- cert to a capacity crowd at the Iowa Memorial Union. The eight soloists Page I92 The chorus and orchestra prcscntcd thc famed orarario, Handcfs chosen for this concert were Beverly Bartunek, Kathryn McNamara.lean Gressley, Patricia Iipson, Ronald Rogers, Malcom Westly, Willard Snustad and Wayne Iipson. Instru- mental soloist was Robert Hanson. For their March concert, the group presented "The Dream of Gerontrusn by Edward Elgar This concert was presented in conjunc- tion with the university symphony orchestra. Soloist selected for this performance were Stephen Hobson. Ianice Abels, William Shores and Wayne Iipson. This year the spring concert. which brings their season to a close, was composed of a selection of pop- ular choral tunes. PROFESSOR HERALD STARK ORCHESTR Messiah, to a capacity audience in thc Iowa Memorial Union. PROFESSOR PHILLIP G. CLAPP The university symphony orches- tra, under the direction of Professor Philip G. Clapp and assistant di- rector Professor William Gower consists of 85 members who gave a total of six concerts the past year. The orchestra consists mostly of students and faculty of the depart- ment ol music, but it is also open to other students and faculty who hold interest in such work. Each year they accompany the chorus twice in oratorio perform- ances. During the summer the sym- phony orchestra gives one concert and accompanies the chorus in an opera. The orchestra in conjunction with the chorus last summer pre- sented Mozart's "Cosi Fan Tutte," Programs are from classical and the modern repertoire. Throughout the years. the orchestra has at times given first productions of orchestral Works written by Iowa composers. The work of the symphony or- chestra is supplemented by that of the chamber orchestra. Thirty-five players, most of whom are members of the symphony orchestra meet one afternoon each week and study many works written for small or- chestras. This group also furnishes an opportunity for student com- posers to be tried out, and for stu- dent conductors to practice. Lastly. it is an opportunity for student solo performers to play through works which have an orchestral accom- paniment. Page I93 1 Q ,J - -4 g. .wnjzs ,bp A - iligiiili. i:?:2i2fLQ..M.:3.-Q+,2,.1ELLL-5 . 441 Qs if - :'f1QbfQ 'if3QaQ355?V 17 fx ' " 'NNY 5,31 'X-ff ' Pin.. 'Tix " '- ggS'., .. ... ., 'FQ' "1 .e,- Q , 'A -3, wg ., if kiwsf- x ,, ,f. - ff 1 xy., ' A' 5-N Wg , "-- W5 . ' LAW- K N ,,, I f,,. Q1'v J, ,ME k I -. ,- In-1 .1 'Hx . lk X N. r I . ,JH .j ff, iv' xx .Q 1 1. ,5 DESIGN SHUVV "Attention Tower," a twenty-Hve foot wood and wire tower suspend-- ed in the air with a large sphere at the top. was the main motif of the fourth annual design show held in the art building from Marcll 27 to April 20, 1952. The show was un- der the direction of Professor Iohn Schultz. Dr. Longman and Professor Wachowiak gave talks on industrial design and design integrity on the opening night of the show. Displays of modern hand-screened fabrics by Dick Martin, Marjorie Martin, Bar- bara Nichols and Donna Story ex- Functional furnifurc has won several SUI students ividcsprcacl acclaim, A dream liousc of functional design . . . hibited in the main gallery showed the step by step development from the first idea to the finished product. Ben Goo. an SUI art student, dis- played a thick, plate-glass coffee table with sculptured legs. Al Bruce exhibited a chair which he had de- signed from the pelvic bone of a hippopotamus, Complete scale mod- el houses and twentieth century de- signs of restaurants, homes and buildings were other features of the show. Experiments in visual com- munication and industrial design consisted of contemporary furniture and objects for home use. Other displays included graphic designs of line lettering. Page l95 RT BU l l.Dl G pmnf-ameare amoc 4 an granife claqori Silk scrccn I id it clf beautifully to crcatiuc drapery design. Profcssor AIbri:io and "The Soliiriarribillisf' SUI boasts one of the finest col- lege art departments in the nation. The department is housed in the spacious and beautiful art building. The art building contains a large well equipped sculpture studio and a large mural studio in addition to sixteen other studios and work- shops. An art library, auditorium. lecture room and a seminar room are also located in the building. The central exhibition gallery is the site of the annual Iowa High School Art Exhibition which is sponsored by the School of Fine Arts. The deparunent possesses 40,000 shdes for teaching art history and more than 500 large color reproducdons of the works of the masters. Page l96 A common sight, but only thc beginning. Art history students have to mcmori:c hundreds of slides in preparation for final exams. Known nationally for its excel- lence, the department teaches ev- erything from oil painting and sculpturing to prints and jewelry design. Instructors are competent professional artists and have won prizes in exhibitions throughout the country. Students receive basic prepara- tion for commercial art as well as fine art instruction. In this Held. the design department offers such courses as architecture and indus- trial design, furniture design, dress prints. clraperies. and machinery design. 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F r X yX 'i I 'R 9 f' .ZA 6 1 Elf ft a Alpha Phi Omega is a campus or- ganization formed for the participa- tion ot those students who were Boy Scouts and are interested in retaining some of their former affili- ation. The group has been formed with the purpose of fulfilling special services on the campus which are ol assistance to the student body. Some of these activities are the guided tours of the campus, the lost and found department, the map of SUI, and numerous other projects. A pledge period is held every year when new members are given the opportunity to demonstrate their in- terest and prove their qualifications. nt row I Gibbs R Bwllantync I Beckman. I. Burrows :ccond ron B Balhntyne C Stratton F Bet-bcc, Kaster, N. Wcltcr third ron C Zinuncmnn P Ware T Gxblm. l. Stewart ALPH PHI OMEGA OFFICERS President . . . IoHN STEWART Vice-president . . Eo STATTON Secretary . . . IACK Bumzows Treasurer . . TOM GIBLIN Page 207 STUDE T CUUNCIL Iirsf row: V. Hanchcr, P. Garry, P. Porter. D. Cvlcichman second row: I. Limar. M. Ladd, B. Clark, A. Cockshoot, V. Gordanier, C. Hastings, B. Hoffman third row: M, Livengood, D. Stanley, G. Feiwcll, B. lsenbcrger, G. Warnell, H. Nichol- son. B. Gibson OFFICERS ll0Pl Dale Haworth Vice-president Luc Cramblit Treasurer lccntcrl Peter Van Metre Prcsidcnt Kbottoml Anne Saxton Corrcs. Srcy. Margaret Hihhs Secretary Page 208 Under a new constitution the Student Coun- cil was enlarged and positions on the council were reapportioned in order to make the group more representative of student thought. The council this year has endeavored to serve the interests and the wishes of the majority of stu- dents on campus. and to give students an effec- tive voice in matters of university-wide interest. The council has accomplished this goal with the cooperation of the administration. Much of the work of the council is done by committees. A special committee investigated student seating at home football games and has received the assurance of the athletic depart- ment that next year the student section on the west side shall be enlarged. This committee succeeded in getting an additional student sec- tion on the east side this year to help alleviate the seating problem. Parents' housing for week- ends of home football games was available at the council office, In its third year of operation, the constantly expanding student book exchange, with head- quarters in the basement of Schaeffer hall. han- dled more books than ever before, The reading room in Schaeffer hall is also a project of the Council. A scholarship was awarded to a worthy foreign student. Campus Chest which included aid to foreign students and contributions to the World Student Service fund was again organ- ized by the council. Money for a phonograph at the International Student center was appropriated by council. The International Relations committee works with the International club. Men's orientation chairman is selected by the council. Iim Turk has written a new Student Handbook which is an incorporation of the Code of Student Life and Man About Campus, to be used in the orientation program next fall. A special committee set up definite procedure for the admittance of new organizations on cam- pus. The library committee worked with the library officials and helped lessen the book mu- tilation problem. The public relations commit- tee is responsible for publicity of organizations and activities of statewide interest. The all-student production, "Panacea," is underwritten by the council and a representa- tive of the council serves on "Panacea" board. Dean of Students, L. Dal: Faunce, addresses council members, lllany decisions reached at sessions such as this. The council also contributed funds to Miss SUI Pageant week budget. Other activities of the council included get- ting suspension of the no-cut rule for the year, sending Marilyn Mosbach to represent SUI at the Miss Big Ten Beauty contest at Northwest- ern. and an attempt to secure more student parking lots. In order that SUI students might be repre- sented on a national level the council joined the National Student association and also the Big Ten Student Government conference. These groups speak for students on matters of nation- al and regional concern. Dean L. Dale Faunce and Miss Helen Reich are council advisors. Page 209 At the Iowa Memorial Union students enjoy a wide program of activities which is planned and sponsored by Union board. In con- junction with Central Party com- mittee, Union board sponsored the Homecoming dance and the Christ- mas formal. Post-game parties dur- ing the football and basketball sea- sons, Sunday afternoon tea dances, and movies are among the social activities at the union. The Vaughn Monroe show in Ianuary, the Iazz Artists in the fall. and other celebrities were spon- sored by Union board for the en- joyment of the students. Elections of the Iowa Student Union board are held each spring in connection with the all-campus elections. OFFICERS President .... Ioi-IN HAYES Vice-president . Boa BALLANTYNE Secretary . MARY IOYCE ALLISON Executive Officer . Io WARNELL Treasurer . . . SHIRLEY SMITH Page 2l0 first row: I. Evans, M. Allison, I, Shoeman E Icrclee S Smith second row: G. Stevens, W. I-lopp,E.O511s T Hutchison I Warnell R Albrecht F. Doincr. D. Eitzman, I., Gertsma, R Ballmtyne UNIU BO RD UXIIO BO RD SUB-COMMITTEES The work of Union board is pri- marily carried out by the eight sub- committees-each of which is headed by a member of the board. Each responsible for its specific part of the activity at the union, the subcommittees are games. Hne arts, bridge, movies. publicity, mati- nee and tea dances, post ball-game parties, and house and library. Li- brary and record facilities are maintained at the union for student use. Ping-pong tournaments. bridge tournaments, art and photographv exhibits, and the presentation of unusual artists and celebrities are planned for the entertainment ol the students. Members of the sub- committees are chosen each fall by application, and after a year of scr- vicc on a committee are eligible for election to Union board, Dr. Earl E. Harper is advisor to the Union board and director of the Iowa Memorial Union. first row: I. Postcl, M. Hahn. A. Baker. M Gilchrist B Shnzcl B Schilling M Bcthc sc-cond row: A. Cockshoot. S. Albrccht.I Morris M Mwnly L Horn I Coblt H Stot third rulv: M, Carey, D. Cullen, V. Hoclistctlcr M Anson S Sutherland Cl-irk fourth row: I. Blodgctt. R. Iamison, D. Hwtortli E Cirlson R Linthncum B Beck G Campbell fifth row: P. Bartlrtt. R. Hopkins, I. Anderson Kasttr H Hogshmd T Cole M Bruchcr, R. Fletcher Central Party committee spon- sors parties and entertainment for SUI students. This year "Club Cabaret," "Harvest Hop." and the Christmas formal were among the committees activities. It also co- operated with other campus organi- zations to plan the Homecoming dance, Beauty Pageant, and Spin- ster's Spree. Each of the eleven members of Central Party commit- tee is responsible for a certain por- tion of the activities-such as pub- licity. decorations, intermission en- tertainment, and teas. George Ste- vens acted as advisor to the com- mittee, OFFICERS President .,.. DON ROSCHE Vice-president . BILL YOUNGMAN Secretary . Rosanumv GoETzMAN Treasurer . BEVERLY ROWLAND Page 2l2 Hrs! row: R. Goctzman. B. Rowland F Svnrtz H Rosebtrry P Caldwell second row: D. Rosche. I. Robertson I Hcpner R Hartsook R Docrr CE TR L PARTY COMMITTEE -W x STUDE T ADVISORS The members of the Student Ad- visory council are very active at registration time and during orien- tation period assisting new students and their faculty advisors. This or- ganization exists primarily to help incoming students and their faculty advisors with schedule planning in direct preparation for registration. By offering these services, the group is able to help solve many registration problems. The members of the Student Ad- visory council are chosen on the ba- sis of scholastic ability and interest in the project, usually from the membership of the two freshman honorary fraternities. Each spring. the president of each of these hon- orary organizations calls for volun-A teers, Alumni members of both fraternities also take part in this project. Dr. H. Clay Harshbarger, pro- fessor of speech and assistant Dean of Advisory services, is in charge of the group. first row: F. Myers, B. Nolf. V. Hochstetler B Behrens H Stoltz M Warnock sr-cond rom: R. Iamison. R. Whinery. P Caldwell B Bauer D Bwrtcls M Schulze third row: W. Anderson, T Brown. S Syverud C Boltnder B Carlock Itopl Short workout on the trampoline . . . then into thc drink. fbottoml Tea for tivo . . . the hard lvayl DOLPHIN SHOW as H ally JOVLG5 CPZZPC el' Page 2l4 "Got a match, barb?" The Dolphins carried out anoth- er successful outstanding year un- der the presidency of Bill Sorenson and coached by D. A. Armbruster. Coach Armbruster was one of the original founders of the Dolphin club and has been the Iowa sponsor since then. Highlight of the year was thc Dolphin show during Homecoming, The Dolphins were the first to ever choose a queen on the Iowa cam- pus back in the 20's. Ann Ken- singer reigned as queen for 1952- 53. The theme of the show was Davy Iones Locker in a seaful of talent in various acts, races and stunts. Proceeds from the show go for the Florida trip. Olympic fund. and scholarships for swimmers. The Dolphins were represented this year at the Olympics by Bo Stassforth who placed second in the 300 meter breaststroke. Another outstanding member is Buddy Lu- cas of New Zealand who represent- ed his country at the Olympics. Frank LaDue is the national AAU trampoline champion with Bill Sor- enson as runner-up. I if ' Q 3 4 Q ' .,, fa- vv 1 XX O ew Y 'S'-.LL .Ji 'A J: - .,,H,,E?s rr ' ,qu ,kan ff UW! ll ' ii'- ff? lr N 4 rn , Q 3' in , v Z ff ' f nv ,. 4 4 W' my f I fb f X 3 51 Q f'1 Q ' f ftf f" ' . + fi 4 if A if Q With the biggest membership in many years. the Young Republi- cans on the SUI campus, headed by Bill Ebert, carried on one of their most active seasons. Beginning with the organizational meeting early in the first semester, the agen- da of speakers and activities closely followed the presidential election campaign. Activity ranged from vote canvassing before election to babysitting for voting parents on November 4. Among the many speakers that were heard through- out the year by the club were: Senators Hickenlooper and Know- land, and President Hancher. OFFICERS Chairman ,... BILL EBERT Vice-Chairman . Vmomm VAVRA Secretary . . IANE THOMAS Treasurer . . . RALPH PRETTY Executive Secretary EUGENE MESSERSCPIMIDT' Page Zlb first row: I. Thomas. V. Vavra, M. Hinderman, E. Marston. I. Spangler, B. Schilling. I. Cromer, M. Best, B. Nolan second rom: G, Hilts, M. Tclleen, B, Carlock, P. Meis, R. Deiglitou, F, Domcr. C. Zim- merman, R. Cockslmot third row: I. Beekman, R. Fletcher, L. Houston, E. Mcsserschmidt, R. Frctty, T. Brown. E. Oyaas, D. Stanley, M. Raucnbuehler. W. Ebert YOUNG REP BLICANS Preceding the presidential elec- tion, the Young Democrats of SUI. under the leadership of Dave Koch. carried on an extensive campaign-- ing program. They sponsored po- litical speakers and participated in county and state Caucuses including the Iowa Young Democrats con- vention. The organization staged numerous get-out-the-vote cam- paigns, organized a caravan of stu- dents to hear Harry Truman speak at Davenport, and marched in a Democratic parade on the eve of the national election, all with the purpose of offering its 350 members a means of expressing themselves politically. first row: C. Thran. I. Wolfe. S. Larson. D. Foster. I. Hankins. M. McGivern. R. Duffy, R, Tone. E. Harr second row: I. White, D. Darrah, V. O'Toolc. M. Young. G. Ohrr, R. Rashid, L. Ergcr, S. Holland. I. Crowley. I- Ferguson third row: D. Koch. N. Zographos, P. Van Metre, G. Boldcn, L. Anderson, D. Cosgrlfl, I. North, N. Mezvinsky. W. Lilkc YGUNG DE GCRATS OFFICERS Chairman .... DAVE KOCH First Vice- Chairman GEORGE MURPHY Second Vice-Chairman Rurn Dumw Secretary-treasurer . IIM WHITE District Comrnitteewoman MARGARET MCGIVERN District Committeeman jnvi IENSEN Page 2l7 Home Economics club is open to anyone who is interested in the lec- tures and demonstrations that are a part of the organization. A baked bean supper, also sponsored by the club, has become a traditional event. Included in the program this year were candle-making, gift wrapping, and quick-recipe demon- strations. OFFICERS President . . . Nomura FENNER Secretary . NANcY LEE CADMON Treasurer . . . BEV BAUER Publicity ...... IAN EK Membership . HELEN RICHMAN Page 2l8 first row: G. Hamilton, N. Fenner, I. Ek. N. Iohnson. I. Sywassink. D. Iohnson second row: A. Boomer, H. Gray, G, Yenter, L. Lundquist, L. Cadman. B. Hnnn, I. Gill, B. Dolezal third row: E. Fleming. H. Sutton. I. Cook, B. Hawkins, F. Adamson. P. Thomas. I. Gage, S, Burgclt, I. Mulil. M, Peterson fourth row: B. Bauer, S. King. I. Brldgcs, D. Longstrctli. C. Menard. M. Kimball. B. Wick. M. Porter. I. Toohey. M. Doscdlo HOME ECOIXIGIVIICS CLUB first row: S. Nelson. M. Wyglc, R. Coon. L. Lunan, H. Stoltz. I. Shercr second row: C. Zimmerman, I. Norland, G. Carver, E. Ahlquist, D. Kenny. G. Kenny The Student Christian Council, through promoting cooperation among its ten member groups. seeks to bring the Christian witness to the campus, The year's work began with the sponsoring of the University Christian Missions week in November. This activity brought to the campus eight speak- ers. The Palm Sunday Dawn service VVESTMINSTE R and the Christmas pageant brought the member groups together in close fellowship. ln February this fellowship joined with students all over the world in the observance of the World Student Day of Prayer. Throughout the year the cooper- ating groups have shared an in- creasing interest and concern in campus affairs. STUDENT CHRISTIAN COU. CIL Westniinster Fellowship began the year with new staff members who are Mrs. Ray Iohnson and Miss Anne Elder. Some highlights have been a carnival called Copper Capers. a study conference at Park College, Missouri, a hayride. a square dance and Christmas carol- ling. Their program included Bible study. Sunday evening vespers with Dr. Pollock presiding, and "Friday fun" at the student house with informal entertainment. The M and M Club is a separate group for married students. Page 2l9 LUTHERAN S The Lutheran Student Associa- tion, through Bible study, prayer. regular church attendance and fre- quent reception of Holy Commu- nion strengthens faith in Christian students. It is a means of cultivat- ing friendship and social life on a Christian level. Activities include Bible study twice a week and Sun- day evening suppers. Highlights of the year were the exchange pro- grams with Iowa State and Augus- tana. Delegates from the local LSA attended the regional conven- tion at Decorah and the officers' clinic at Cedar Falls. Social activ- ities of the group included hayrid- ing, caroling, square dancing and bowling. There is also a special graduate and married student pro- gram for Lutheran students. Page 220 STUDENTS OE BETHA Y FELLOWSHIP Members of the Bethany Fellow- ship are a group of students from the First Christian Church at 217 E. lowa Ave. A "make .yourself at home" feeling is accomplished through hospitality of the adult congregation. student participation in church activities and recreation. Their program includes Sunday evening suppers with speakers from the campus, discussion groups and fellowship singing. The group en- deavors to get a better understand- ing of the Christian faith through student deputation teams presenting worship services in various lowa churches. For recreation the group often enjoys square dances, ping- pong, and parties. TUDENT ASSOCIATIO CANTERBURY CLUB The Canterbury Club has spent an eventful year in their new stu- dent centeri Activities included the Canterbury choir singing at the Mary Coldren Home, a lecture se- ries on Christian marriage. a stu- dent-faculty dinner, a Christmas dinner party, and caroling. The program Sunday evening begins with prayer, followed by supper, a lecture and recreation. Breakfast is served after communion on Wednesdays and' Sundays. r U ITED STUDE T FELLOWSHIP The United Student Fellowship provides opportunities for under- graduate students of Congrega- tional-Christian and Evangelical and Reformed churches to come to- gether for worship, study and fel- lowship. Sunday evening suppers, followed by services in the little chapel, are pointed towards pro- grams led by visiting speakers or students on various topics pertain- ing to Christian action, During the year provision is made for Bible study, ushering, Christ work days and attendance at state and nation- al conferences. Churchmanship is encouraged through participation in morning worship, choir, program planning, deputations and affiliate memberships. Page 221 ,I- , qw n. .N 1 ' , 21 "T 1. ai .Q .Q Q. " , ,t.A x 'L' W Q I 4 K' XT: f 3 I nv xg' h 15 ' fu" , ea'-I x-'a-5' 3 5 -5 . Tm. ,ff 17' . , 5 . ,mf ,P f ef' Zh 'H ff' Q KN , 'Z i VVESLEY FOUNDATIO Activities of the Wesley Foun- dation, a group of Methodist stu- dents, included a trip to Chicago where they visited missions, settle- ment houses and skid row. Carol- ing at Oakdale and Mercy Hospi- tals at Christmas was another high- light. Features of their program were Bible studies and coffee hours. Other phases included the Kappa Phi girls' club, chorus, Sunday eve- ning worship services and suppers. There is a special program for Methodist married students on campus. Min Q IOWA CHRISTIA FELLOWSHIP Preaching the gospel to students and presenting to them the opportu- nity to serve Christ at home and abroad is the work of the Iowa Christian fellowship. It is affiliated with the National Inter-Varsity Christian fellowship. Regular weekly meetings were held every Tuesday evening at the Iowa Me- morial Union. Programs are presented by the group and speakers from the Na- tional Inter-Varsity stall' are tea- tured. Scheduled prayer meetings and Bible studies are held in the dormitories. The group attended a fall and winter retreat at Story City, lowa. Page 223 f" A mass meeting in the fall opened the year's activities of the YWCA. The traditional mum sale ,during homecoming was sponsored by the Freshman Y. Hospital board, members conducted Sunday school and story hours at the hospi- tals and provided entertainment for the handicapped children. Major- in-Marriage lecture series and the Philosophy in Life series were well attended by students. This year the YWCA Thanks! giving and Easter services were again presented. The year was highlighted by the annual Silver Tea held at the home of President and Mrs. Hancher. OFFICERS President . . . CARLA HELLER Vice-prcsident . . DIANE HAYES Secretary . . . GWEN Moons Treasurer . . IANICE ANTHoNY Page 224 first row: S. Adams. A. Cockshoot, I. Anthony. C. Heller, D, Hitchings, M. Martin, E. Masters second row: L. Thodt, P. Thomas, Albach, L. Ballard, S. Chastain, I. Cooper, D. Iohnsa ton, M. Hahn third row: V. Nelson, V. Glenn, L. Lunan, S. Rchnbcrg. S. Rodawig, S. Nichols, H. Stoltz, M. Ross, B. Larsen Y. VV. C. A. 1-Q i KAPPA PHI Making every Methodist woman in the university world of today a leader in the church of tomorrow is the aim of the Methodist girls' club, Kappa Phi. Kappa Phi was first or- ganized in 1916 at Kansas univer- sity. The theme for the year has been Freedoms Holy Light. The group has heard speakers on such topics as The Woman's Place in Government and Christian Women In and Out of the Home. The pledge class presented the annual Christmas program. Members of :bf ' the group work with children at the Iowa City Community Center on Saturday mornings, These girls as- sist the staff in supervising games. crafts, and sports. The group also participated in a bazaar, sent scrap- books to the children's hospital and led a discussion on problems in- volved in the teaching of religion in the public schools. New members are pledged twice a year and are initiated in Ianuary and May. Meetings are held on Wednesday and Thursday evenings. first row: D. McCoy. I, Dietz, R. Little OFFICERS President . MARY Louisa SCHULZE Vice-president . MARCIA MITCHELI. Recording Secretary . BETTY Rica Corresponding Secretary RUTH ANN LITTLE Treasurer . . NANCY ADAMS second row: R. Coon. B. Ccpicky, F. Hopkins. S. Bliss, L. Luwhorn. P. Fleming, M. Douglas. L. Schulze third row: N. Adams, S. Weiss, G. Eckard, M. Mitchell, B. Oliver, I. Picha, B. Rice. B. Wendcl. B. Wendel, I. Moore, B. Winey. H, Saar fourth row: I. Wallace, S. Button, B. Dir-kmann, M. Mullins, W. Vxlolters, L. Hunt. E. Stephen, G. Oldakcr HILLEL During the year the Hillel Foun- dation studied the fundamentals of Iudaism in relation to modern soci- ety. The annual forum emphasized various interpretations of racial and religious prejudice by campus and guest speakers. They have contin- ued their inter-faith program by in- viting other church groups to attend Friday evening services. Outstanding events were the Christmas-Hanukkah party with the Wesley Foundation, Sukkoth party with the Unitarian group. and some Israeli movies. The foun- dation's activities included Friday evening religious service, Saturday afternoon study group, Sunday night suppers, and regular study groups in Hebrew and folk dancing. Page 226 ff Y. M. C. A. YMCA program includes a wide variety of activities. An all-associa- tion meeting is held bi-weekly at which a program is presented on one of the many phases of Y work. The SUI chapter sponsors Y groups in several grade and high schools. Religious programs in sur- rounding churches are provided by the deputations committee. Work- ing with foreign students was the main project of the world relations committee. Students discussed the relationship between Christianity and democracy under the supervi- sion of the Christian Faith Heritage committee. A , ki x The Newman club highlighted the year by entertaining the New- man clubs from Iowa State college and Iowa State Teachers college. The program included a dance at the union and a communion break- fast. The group was also host to 75 clergy from all over Iowa. Members attended the spiritual rc- treat and various conventions dur- ing the year. Dances, buffet sup- pers, communion breakfasts and holiday parties made up a variety of other activities. Legion of Mary met on Tuesday and coffee hours were held on Wednesday after- noons. first row: P. Meis. N. McGuire. I. Fisher. Ford, D. Costigan, D. Iacobscn. S. Sanburn. I. Scrbousck. D. Cullen, I. Halhach second row: I. Oehrle. I. DeWitt, D. Delaney, A. Spinharney. R. Rashid. M. Peterson. B. Hensing. D. Carr, C. Wagner. L, Flander, Father Welch. I. Werner, M. Sawyer. C. Blue, K. Easley, A, Sheridan, B. Hammond, I. McElcncy third row: I. Vllingcrt, H. Miller, D, Ebert. I. McNamara, C. McNamara, I. Cook. M. Harman. E. Flemming, K. Kessler, C. Nuttinq. N. Van Anne, I. Dunne. R. Duffy. M. McGivern, B. Ho an. W. Pecinovsky. B. Bolt F fourth row: I. Thomas. Wagner. I. Maloney. I. Zaplitnyi, B, Hoyer, G. Yentcr, lt O'Riley. R. Cano. M. Daubcr, L. Stockman. S. Cunninghzun. P. Gamble. H. Wanzl- ling, I. Wolfe, I. Wilkinson, I. Worinley. I. Pink. I. Blnzck, I. Qucveclo fifth row: R. Recd, A. Wegniann, R. Osterliaus, R. Seuntiens, A. Noonan. T. Evers. L. Leonard, L. Erger, M. Neuzil, L. Halbur. P. Patton, I. Hertig. N. Hansen, V. Loepp, I. Wciland, I. Anderson. R, Stack, VV. Gleason. D. McNamara. P, Youngers EVVMAIXI CLUB OFFICERS President .... Invi Waimeiz Vice-president CAROLYN WAGNER Corresponding Secretary BEV WREN Recording Secretary MARY SAWYER Treasurer. . BERYL MARKXVELI. Page 227 7 1 Newest undertaking of UWA. SUI's organization for all under- graduate women, has been the high school contact program. Spinster's Spree, UWA's annual dance, was changed from fall to spring. High- lights of the foreign student pro- gram were the Turkish and Danish dinners. The traditional Profile Preview show for freshmen and transfer girls took place in the fall. An entertainment program at the veterans' hospital, well received by the vets. was an added feature of the service committees program. The student faculty committee con- tinued to sponsor coffee hours in the library smoker. OFFICERS President .... PEGGEE Lu'rz Vice-president . . MARY LADD Secretary .... Io SCHMIDT Treasurer . . . SALLY YEATES Sophomore Rcpresen ta tive SALLY CHASTAIN Page 228 a l l i l first row: N. Adams, D. Iohnston, M. Ladd. S. Ycates. P. Lutz. I. Schmidt, R. Chastain, A. Baker second row: E. lerdcc. S. Starman, F. Glatstein, R. Goetzman. H. Roseberry. E. Sellen. K. Kratz, T. Iacklcy, S. Irish, I. Blake, B. Clark. S. Rehnbcrg, H. Stoltz. R. Rowland, P. Caldwell UNIVERSITY VVUIVIEIWS ASSOCIATIO . .1 1 1, 1 AJC , - 1 9 ' EQ 1-fr' I 3 4 1 1 ET . ,Q ,.'f"a. , gig .- .tg 1 , if QZILZSEE 1' Kei: tm I I si " ' 1 I ek 2 v El SV I 5 ,Y Y ' 7 ,v ,. xg, 5' . . fGY A T "' P I' I 'vi- gg. . s . W 8 . 1 . .,, -Ev 4- 4'--fY - . ..,-1-, ., 'csv' wif, . Er r' 3 'f7:1::'ff'?5 M., Hu- -. A aff -A r, 991 W Wy 1 fa, - -,fa ,. . 8,1-. f.. , 1. I .,,, Ei., S" 'J l, -W.,, X . W Its 4 . 'F Sv- r X x 1 X, aj P' r- ,xg f v 'X-'XT Q5 'wslda' X ffm f .ww Fx' 5 Q- Iv. :Im K J, ' i s . .L fa' Fa. , Q 7 5 gp 1' x ' - , 'f-M f . j ,fa-.1 -3--' ,A 1 g if ' qsli 3': I 'ff x on -ww 'L an ' I .T 1 '. ! ' 1- K ' S, ' . Q I W I 'A 1 3 :lla . ' M .., . if gfwik- 5,22 .Y QQLQ, - , 1 , :Y T Q. rf. 55 A , . 'J YQ ' Y ,Q ' ggi' 4 f ff. 4, ' ' W S iiin W' Y W . W .. I W .. . ,,f.'. . - fu w 5 ..1:ie1m.-fi.. "if ff 1 ,, W i-JifI5E"'3":2'Xx?": ' , - ' 5 "4 "'!f,,f.' 'K' fig Q 'N fi .,:'. 'Q ,five 13 K -Q. X? 1 Q: 0' nk. Y ag-'N-31555: 53- . . A , -r fu' . uf in cs.. :'?'e:xa. . - 4. V f jf-'im' .. '-Hsu 1 ,-Hg g f Q1 ' W org.. E-x 3.5 5-e'z:.,.':' .aa H V' " Sm-2 , Q .Q - H . K.a,. : 1 L. is , 1 sql it FV ' '3..g.i..f , x X 5 f +1-W ,gg -1 3Nw2VAK ,Fax H gg . ,I fl , .S " Q ii Ml.. 1 mr 'I I w.., Ngp'lg,i N W Q 3 i Nr Yi' . ' 'Q' '+V -- lf-'LS ' 'iii' '-Q ,A,', a :'Tfil9ii'? Q1 jg n.. 4: i fr r. if ,ss k ..,, Stimulating interest and partici- pation in athletics, the Women's Recreation Association is open to all women 'students who wish to take part in its program. Each year, varied activities and clubs are sponsored for the benefit of inter- ested persons. lntramurals between housing units in volleyball, bowling, swim- ming. and other sports are spon- sored by WRA. A trophy is pre- sented annually to the group accu- mulating the greatest number of points. Among the many clubs, Hick Hawks for square dance enthusi- asts, Orchesis for modern dancers. and Seals. the advanced swimming group, are a few examples. first row: E. Staley. L. Wolf. I. Myers. M. Falk. I. Frank second row: M. Quinn. M. Chancz, I. Murray. B. Garrett, C. Caulk. P. Apland. R. Ashton WOMENS RECREATIO AL ASSOCIATIO OFFICERS President ..... Io MYERS Vice-president . CAROLYN CAULK .Secretary . MARY ANN CHANEZ Treasurer .... Io MURRAY Page 23l ' .r Ag . 'ax if i' XJ . 3 , , ,-Q . . -X A ' U rfwxe, Q- , , 3 get " Zi .iv 'iffiv A ' ML, U i X X' of 1? .zmf 'V i gi- ,Jn iw q Yiff, ff f " ,: avr. 5 2 --f " thx. 4, rink ,:.tLn,xi?5 . 3 23 W A K ,'44-e114-gfffi ww 'elf' , fi.f r.' 2 f ,gy N Swag ggekg' Qi s . 33wivv?51TB.i' -' 1154 Ax - 5 W ,' SS' FEW ., 4- wif 6125, if QQ '4 6 H' 53' f ,W J . K 2' ' If , is 1 l x x If ', ' ', X xl X , LI. x g ws 1 g x E N ' - V: . 9, 1 gf ' 4 4 df- -1. X aft: :.xf t gi A Q A 1 'A PY A 5 I x 4 'Gif 'ev i L x 'C ,. n I . ...Q .N vga, iw 8 .ff f 4 . N ff U- ' A . X . , - ' L x' AQ ., ' ,433 2 zqwz " N . Q , -:,,, ' Y' 1, A 1 45. V -- 3 ,x -T: 1 "' I V557 531' 'W , 'Q W ' ., xg 1, V is - wiv!! W ff 'ff I .fm 3 H A - x .123- :- .wl ,.,V , ff wffie- i ' , Tw . ,L 14515, .A C2 JN' - sw J i 3 , 4 ' V? , 4' PNA incl K v ,,. Xgf ,.m.fy. nivovlfuifffi-'-fig' 1: tfzzyauuwza ff nu fi" Q 1 ou '. ' N0 o I 44 +u3'1'p'3zW' Q . sm: aku 'OUQV 'fill' vu inf, Nu 'AU-V vi' .cc V. :Q ., ,, I x, v wP"5'k . "AY" T ny, NE ex .x. -GJYXYQY 'X X ' -2 -- ig.-:r. u Q, , 1 M W-lies 4. fm if ,. .L .,.,.-- 'Jan' 43,72 'X f f f v first row: Summa, E., Behrens. B.. Bethke, I., Ottenhciiuer. S.. Beckman. K.. Maucr, M. second row: Iackley, T., Livengood. M., Schulze. L.. Domnck. R., Becbc, P.. Hibbs, M. OFFICERS President . . IuANiTA BETHKE Vice-president . KATHY BECKMAN Secretary . . Bmw BEHRENS Treasurer . . Lou SCHULZE CURRIER H With seven hundred girls living under one roof, it is easy to imag- ine the activity at Currier hall, SUI women's dormitory. The lounges, recreation room, soda fountain and conference rooms provided the set- ting for a busy year. Terry Iackley directed the activities board which sponsored Currier chorus. the homecoming float, election of ofll- cers and beauty queen elections. Publicity was handled by Phyllis Beebe and Mary Beth Mauer. The judiciary board was headed by LL Edith Summa. The social committee under the direction of Rennett Domack, planned the mixers, formals, teas and after-hour dorm parties. Dormstory. the dorm's tri-weekly newspaper, was edited by Marie Kaufman. Currier's own radio sta' tion was under the direction of Ianet Bauer, Orientation council was headed by Sue Ottenheimer. Currier was well represented on YWCA. WRA, UWA, Union board and Mortar board. Page 237 QW' 4,5 5.52 qw: n,. 6 fi? lx., T :imc .TI"" 4 2:15455 - , 1' 5 gr ,x 5 3 K 5,1 Y l'!-,laid ,. Q' , ,gffh iw u tiff: -Q. wx 1-asm ....."v" A a PUBLIC RELATIONS seated: Fisher, D., Kaufman, M.. Bauer. I. standing: Beebe, P., Mauer. M. ORIENTATION UNIT IUDICIARY Moore, G., Iackley, T.. Webber, C.. Ottcnheimer, S., scared: Wallace, I., Sorosky. E., Hugelcn, G., Quinn M, Warnock. D. Hamcrsly. M. Mauer M.. Laxson. Norcross. K. standing: Harper. L., Oliver. B.. Staver, H., Edwards, A. Rice, B., Maurer, R. UNIT SOCIAL seated: Edwards, M., Cromer, I., Hornsby. A., Nelson, I.. Harker. D. standing: Scott, B.. Buenncke. L.. Roberts. L., Raster. A.. Fickel. D., Cocldington, A. Page 239 first row: Barrels, D.. Beckman, R., Behrens, B., Bcthke. I., Buzzctti. I.. Carr. I. second row: Chastain, S., Damack. R., Gutz, P.. Hammersley. D., Hibbs. M.. Hochstctlcr V, third row: Horn, L., Iacksley. T., Livingood, M., Moore. G., Ottenhcimcr, S., Ross. M. fourth row: Schroeder, M., Schulze, L., Summa, E., Thornwall, B.. Tracy. I.. Wood, I CURRIER COUNCIL Page 240 VVESTLAWN VVestlawn gave Mrs. Catherine Thorns. its new counselor, a warm reception at a tea held early in September as first item on its social calendar. Faculty, Counselors and Currier residents were present. Dad's day was celebrated at VVestlawn with an open house and coffee hour for parents and friends. The Student Council was West- lawn's guest for Halloween festivi- ties. Caps were thrown temporarily aside to display pert curls for Capc Caprice, the annual Christ- mas formal at the union. Patricia Brown was crowned queen. At- tendants were Donna Lou Munson. Dorothy Koehrsen, Patricia Otto and Nancy Howard. Adoption of two needy children for the Christmas holidays was a display of Westlawn's enthusiasm. The YWCA-sponsored program employed their contributions to buy essential clothing for the young- sters. Capping ceremony, the highlight of the year's work, was held Febru- ary l5,for keshmen and sopho- ...-15' standing: Hansen, R., Holfman, B., Iohn- standing: Hoffman, B., Mac Leod, M.. Thorns, Mrs. K.. Wakchouse, L. scntcd: Schultz. P.. Hcitshuscn, L.. Prlscr, I. scared: Miller, L., Wilson, I., Schmidt, I. scart-d: Kelso. P., Fcndcr. B., Paris, I.. Hastings, K., Hoffman. B., Adams. N.. Lewis. I.. Iohnson, B., Speed. B. standing: Hansen. R., Ioncs. N.. Schultz. P.. Heitshnscn, L.. Thorns, K., Pelscr. I., McDonough. P. Page 24l 9.. 3 Q., 1 1 I 4 z 1 . R 1 1 gr 2 M - 4, I 3 M. .wiv ., :vii 1 .W o-+I? ' MQ. ' ,,.., .x VY 'if -9 X . x H I Wm .' X sf -"' ' 1 . U I X ' x , . 'rx ! , 1' Q f AY " X ., .V i 5 ..,, A I ' a nw 3' ' . , ' 'H his 5 k ERE' ,1- -r .F 1, -3, gg ' Biwtf. 'S fn. Q if . . sm- A is 4 .5 1 x 2519 Q - s JY? , I 5 i ff x pa M Af .3'g 2 fy, wif " W ini' - 33 , . 5 "Q .. 1:' 'gi' ,Q , 5, fam' Q .mei-cuffs , 7212.3 :KY ' .. . QQ, wx' 212-f -Egg: 9.91 ' , A e-gg " Qgifg' M. -K, 1 z f 1 I ww' Z"'ii.T1i'f . pe... M , I ' Q.'f', L Lffrg -an -an-s.. " X.. xi Q Last minute rramming for stiff cxmns The lounge bccamc a workshop before Homecoming. Several delegates journeyed to the state nurses' convention in Dav- enport this year. An outstanding Westlawiier, Barbara HoEman. was elected president and presided at all sessions. Activities are numerous among the student nurses'ranks akhough the girls may put in almost forty hours weekly at the hospital besides classes. Here are examples of these active women: Beverly Rowland on Central Party committee: Elsie Ierdee, Ioan Myers and Ioan Smith on Union Board: and Iacqueline Telser on UWA freshman council. plus many others. Always thc mirror, cvcn before floor duty Page 243 WL The beginning of a "swam" This ycar's homecoming float u-as a combined project of Russell, Fairchild, and Howard houses. VVOMEIXVS CGOP DGRIVIS The three cooperative dormito- ries, Fairchild, Howard and Rus- sell, provide sixty-four girls with an opponunky to lovwr coHege ex- penses ancl have valuable fun keep- ing house Each of the three cooperatives, the smallest dormitories on campus. has a high activities and academic record. Co-op girls burn a good deal of midnight oil to speed up then respecdve houses hithe race for the coveted scholarship cup which is awarded each semester to the house with the highest cumula- tive grade point. The three houses have tradition- ally combined their talents and en- ergy for a Turkey Trot in Novem- ber and a dinner-dance in the spring. Their cooperative efforts resulted in winning hrst place in the beauty division of the homecoming parade this year. A happy ending . . . Co-op Dorms' float was honored with the first place trophy for beauty Page 244 first row: Douglas. M., Holaday. I., Carlson, I.. Thayer, M.. Myers. E. second row: Ycntcr, G., Picha. I.. Cunningham, S., Robcrdcc. C.. Cano, R., Tollivon, S., Kahlcr, D,, Bliss, S. third row: Hastings, C., Pcnningroth, E., Scllcn. E., Ries, M.. Stockman, L., Teague, B., Briggs. I. OFFICERS President . . CQNNIE HASTINGS Vice-president . . MARIAN Russ Secretary . . BEVERLY TEAGUE Treasurer . EMILY PENNINGROTH TOWN VVOIVIIE Fifty active members constitute the Independent Town Women's association. Open house at the Union during orientation at which the town women's and town mens organizations became acquainted with new members and a Valen- tine's day dinner-dance held at the Mayflower in conjunction with the town men were the year's major events. Activity-wise town women con- tinued their practice of giving shampoos and manicures every Sat- urday to the patients at the Chil- dren's hospital: others served on Student Council. UWA and WRA. Connie Hastings wasteditor of Illaga:inc X and worked on the Daily Iowan. Equally important was the representation of Iowa City girls at the National Inde- pendent Students' convention at Purdue. Page 245 Page 246 They ncvcr forgot the combination Filled to capacity with 534 men, Hillcrest had one of its most active years on campus since its establish- ment. Hillcresfs calendar was filled with many and varied social af- fairs. Individual section coffee hours started off the year's events. Each unit of the dormitory had an informal gathering where entertain- ment was presented and refresh- ments were served. These served to better acquaint the men with each other. Continuing with the program of social events, the dorm held its an- nual formal dance in the River room of the Union on Valentines clay. The Hillcrest queen and her attendants were presented. Three informal dances were held in the spacious south lounge. The wel- come mat was put out for visitors at open houses following the Home- coming and Dads day games. Initiated this year was a series of exchange dinners with Currier Hall dormitory. During the winter Hillcrest pre- sented a dormitory talent show which featured a long list of cam- pus known entertainers. One of the biggest crowds turned out for the "Men Only" Christmas party where over S100 worth of prizes were given away. "You are listening to station HILC" Interests in other fields mounted steadily. The Camera club, work- ing with new equipment this year. outfitted a darkroom for the dorm's photography fiends. l'lillcrest's widely frequented Music room re- ceived an assortment of new rec- ords. The Hillcrest association also gave the dormitory a 21-inch screen television set. This year, the 30-man Hillcrest chorus led by Fred Freedman again participated in the all-University Sing and sang at various dormitory functions. Under the management of Iohn Settling thc nations problems over a coke A Seesser, radio station l'lll..C rapid- ly gained new listeners. Operating 22 hours every week, HILC brought music, news and sports to the resi- dents of the dormitory. Plans are now being made for a cable hook- up between l'llLC and Currier hall's radio station. WVOC. Athletics held a large interest for many of Hillcrest's residents. In- tramural competition was carried on in the flelds of football. basketball. Hrs! row: Wright, I.. Craig, F., Myers. F., President, Hccox. D.. Rogues, A. second row: Larson. I., Feit, C., Razce, D.. McConnell. P., Sutton, M.. Anderson. R. third row: Tcrrill, B., Secretary-Treasurer, Nelson, L.. Zainberlctli, F.. Mueller, T.. Binlccrt, R., Brown, D. fourth row: Hjelmaas. R.. Green. D.. Hogshead. H.. Scesscr. l-. Halbach. I.. Turk, I. Page 247 v softball, volleyball. swimming and other sports. Section D of the dorm won both the volleyball and football championships, thereby set- ting itself up as an athletic power- house. All the men were invited to enter a tournament in which the champion was awarded a trophy. Hillcrest's participation in sports was not limitecl merely to intramu- ral competition. On the Univer- sity's football squad was halfback Bobby Stearnes while letter win- ners Chuck Iarnigan and McKin- ley "Deacon" Davis played for the basketball team. In addition, a large number of the members of the freshman football and basketball Catching up on current cvcnts teams made their home in Hillcrest. Bob Randolph designed the Homecoming float for the dormi- tory and wrote and directed the University musical production, Panacea. Dale Razee and lim Turk were members of the Student Council. The Union Board and sub-comn1it- tees claimed as members Bernard Oyaas and Howard Hogshead, re- spectively. Hillcrest's president, Frank My- ers, is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, honorary scholastic and service fraternity for senior men, Delta Sigma Rho, honorary foren- sics fraternity, is a Representative at Large to the Student Council and chairman of its Student Organiza- tion Committee. Roy Pitkin and David Iames were accepted into Phi Eta Sigma. honorary scholastic fraternity for freshmen. Roger Stachour is the owner of a Phi Beta Kappa key. Engineering attracted Dick Sta- CouIdn'f be a textbook! Getting in shape for the University Sing pleton and Edward Levin, both of whom are members of Tau Beta Pi honorary fraternity, Levin was the recipient of the B. I. Lambert schol- arship for 1953-54. Working in communications were Stanley Almloif in television, Charles Iles who had his own mu- sic program on WSUI, Iohn Henry who was a director for the Univer- sity radio station and Bob Zenner who broadcasted sports. Ending the year for Hillcrest was the award banquet at which all those who had served the dormi- tory meritoriously were given an award in recognition of the work they had done Afefff ZAOPMJ more popular than thc books 55 first rou-: McConnell, P., Craig. F., Rogues. A., Hecox, D.. Holte, I.. Anderson. R.. Gruhu. G.. Sutton, M.. Congcr. I.. Freedman, F., second roui: Myers. F.. Wilt-n, G., Furukawa, l,. Rice, I., Dcnker. D., Polydoran, P., Blair. R., Ccrvcnc, R., Barz, H.. Razer. D. third row: Christensen, E., Livingston, D.. Terrill. B.. Halbach. I., Nelson, L., Bfrran, F., Wright, I.. Mueller, T., Hluluiaas, B., Turk, I.. Binkcrt, R. Page 249 OFFICERS President . . . RALPH FRETTY Vice-president . GEORGE Miruan Secretary . . . BRAD BURNS Treasurer , . . PAUL NUNN Hrst row: Costigan, D., Garry, P., Statton, C., Miller, G.. Khalili. M., Riff, D., Ienncr, B., Bahcr. B. srrond row: Rush, T., Boylan, C.. Iscnbcrgcr. B., Gilfillan. l.. Gordon. C., Stanford. W.. Arildsen. R., Gregerson. D.. Morch, H., McFarland, D. third rom: Reilly, Ir., C.. Frctty, R., Fcnscn. R., Gleason. W.. Wavmirc. L.. Chamber, D., Olson, W., Mackenzie, A., Nunn, P., Gcrtsma, L.. Mowrcy, S.. Saunders, G. Page 250 QUADRANGLE The 600 residents of the Quad, banded together as the Quadrangle association, constitute the largest resident organization on campus. While recognizing the rights of its residents as independents the Quad association offered a program of varied and well organized activities. The prestige of the dorm was firmly established on campus by Quad men prominent as leaders in athletics and many campus organi- zations. Herb Thompson, john Stewart and Bill Ebert occupied the presidencies of the senior class. Alpha Phi Omega and Young Re- publicans, respectively. Ralph Fretty was Dad's day chairman. Iim Gilflllan was vice-president of the commerce senior class and Bill Youngman was on Central Party committee. . 3 1: N X ,L u f W . X .gf xg ..,43'. v"'l 9 r I -iw 1 iyw in fffjfv 3 YM? H . fg.: z -' n vi I ' ' i Q N 4 im ,L . j " ' X: , .'?I.2"?ll' ' The Quadrangle's executive committee was instrumental in initi- ating action throughout the year. They carefully reviewed proposals and presented the association with one of its most complete programs. Thomas Rush, social chairman, planned a complete social program including sectional smokers, mixers with Currier and Westlawn and a very successful Holiday party. One of the Quadrangle's newest services to its residents was the dancing lessons held throughout the first semester. Over 150 men took part in the weekly instructions. The Quad newspaper Quad Angles got off to a good start this year un- der the editorship of Ron McPher- son. The paper appeared monthly and carried complete coverage of all Quadrangle activities. The Quad took an active part in campus activities. Bill Isenberger. Pat Garry and Howard Nicholson represented the Quad on the SUI QUADRANGLE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE seated: Grcgcrson, D., Miller, G., Fretty, R., Nunn, P.. Burns. E. standing: Rush. T.. Ienner, B., Stewart, I.. Statton, C.. Vernon, l. . . . On thc air, student council. Bill was further honored by being elected regional chairman of the National Student Association of which the council is a member, The Quad won the all- university light weight basketball intramurals championship and their heavy weight basketball team was runner-up in their division. The Quad and Currier jointly sponsored a homecoming float and a carnival booth. As a feature of their extended orientation program. Quad council Walther, M. Imanagcr quadrangle dining scrvicel, Englert. E. IDormitory managerl, Reilly. C. tl-lead proctorl, McMaster, R. fl-'ostiiiistrcssl s Q." f 3 X x .54 ' K: N V T V ' ' A-1 ,J 4 M , in "" 3' U? an mg x 1-XM. s . 'A mg I 'Mk X aa OFFICERS President ..... DON RISK Vice-president . Bovn PETERSON Sccrctary . . . CHARLES FADA Treasurer . . . GLEN BARTO first row: Stewart, I., Risk. D., Clayton, B., Bnrto, G., Fada, C. second mu-: Peterson, B., Gmc. R., Iacot, C., Lcntfer, B., Porter, P. Page 254 SUUTH QUAD As is the tradition the South Quadrangle held its coffee hours after the football games. The out- standing two were held at Home- coming and Dads day. The latter was an open house. At the begin- ning of the year a smoker was held for the new men. At Thanksgiving and Christmas smokers were held at which almost everyone attended, The South Quad participated in activities of all kinds. especially in- tramurals. Again this year the an- nual May banquet was held. One of the most outstanding events of the year was the installation of a new 20-inch television screen which became a reality after two years of planning. first mu-: Cramblit, L., Cockshoot, R., Hancher, Ir., V., Manor, W., Zimmerman, C. second row: Holloway, R., Harrington, P., Kaster, I., Cochran. R. OFFICERS President . . CARL ZIMMERMAN Vice-president . , IIM KASTER Secretary . . . RON COCHRAN Treasurer . . PHIL HARRINGTON TOVV ME Town Men is an organization made up of independent students at SUI who reside in town housing. This association is the means by which a student who lives in town housing may take part in the intra- mural program. Town Men's club brings the off-campus student closer to university life by providing such projects as Homecoming floats, etc. Town Men served on the Stu- dent Board of Publications, Student Council, Alpha Phi Omega, Union Board and International club. Del- egates were sent to the national ln- dependent Students' association convention held at Purdue univer- sity. The outstanding social event of the year was the Snowball, held in conjunction with the Town Women. Page 255 MARRIED STUDE T HOUSING Two can do the job lvcttcr than one! Married students housing this year consisted of approximately 66-1 apartments. The university has made available to the residents an area for gardens, supervised by a married student resident, and is provided for by the green-thumb residents. These units also include a cooperative baby sitting league and a cooperative playground, The residents of each area elect mem- bers to a council which handles any problems and supervises the vari- ous projects within the areas. Page 256 Monday mornings are wash mornings in Hawkeye village too, With approximately 800 families residing in married stu- dent temporary housing on the campus, the need for per- manent facilities is pressing. The trailer villages for mar- ried students are disappearing rapidly as the trailers are falling into disrepair beyond hope of maintenance. Future plans call for the present temporary units to be replaced by a permanent housing project known as Park- lawn apartments. The anticipated site for the new apart- ments is located on North Riverside drive between Park road and Grove street. The building will contain 14 efficiency unit walkup apartments comprised of one large room. kitchenette, bath, A slight distraction from liubby's homework. . st., ii' f 5 9 , 5 a ii and a dressing closet. The remain- der of the units will be one-bed- room' apartments. Each apartment will have a basement locker for storage. Central laundry facilities will also be installed in the base- ment, Off-street parking will be constructed in conjunction with the building. First steps toward the realization of the Parklawn project were taken with the purchase of properties Wonderful powers of concentration, Married life is thc samc thc world over. A small excuse lor an nftcrnoon break Everyone cooperates to kccp the grounds clcan known as the Ruppert and Fuiks properties in 1944 and 1945, re- spectively. The present trailers comprising the married students' homes are one-room structures with electrical outlets but not water. Water is ob- tained from utility houses in the vil- Page 257 lages. Laundry and shower facili- ties are also provided. Other university housing units for married students and their fam- ilies include the quonset apartments, cottage apartments, and expansible trailers. 1 if X ,f I.. l . W .6 :..f.,g ' , : 'w: A QLMQ W3 A iii f A 1 .ug ii ,,. X V Am. The Interfraternity council, com- posed of the presidents of the 19 social fraternities, is the coordinat- ing body for the SUI fraterntiy system. Early in the fall the coun- cil, in cooperation with the Panhel- lenic council, sponsored Greek Week for the purpose of bringing together the members of all Greek organizations. The lnterfraternity ball featuring Vaughn Monroe's orchestra was at- tended by 700 students. Highlight- ing the evening was the crowning of the lnterfraternity queen and her attendants. The IFC court provid- ed a judiciary board within the fra- ternity system, It consists of a chief justice and seven judges se- lected from fraternity ranks. Gra- ham Marshall was the Interfrater- nity advisor. first row: Merner, W.. Richmonn, I., Christian. I., Halbach, E.. Wade, W., lmhoff, E.. Thomas, A., Sherman, I. second row: Oathout, G., Nordquist ,G., Kirks. R., Ruther, R.. Stevens. R., Mulroncy, M.. Swank, R., Foster, W., Vieth, G., Greenberg, M. I-TERFRATER lTY COUNCH OFFICERS President .... ED HALBACPI Vice-president . . BILL Fosrsk Secretary-Treasurer IOHN Cnmsrmn Page 259 ACACIA Page 260 ACAC IA OFFICERS President .... AL Tuoivms Vice-president . Bos HEPPENSTALL Secretary . . LARRY HAUBROCK Treasurer . . Roc WESTERLUND Acacia won many campus honors this year. The pledge class won the scholarship trophy first semcster and thc fraternity placed second in the all-fraternity grade point. They came in first with their clever Homecoming float, "I Go Pogo." In activities Don Wallace was editor- in-chief of the Hawkeye while Dave Hall and Ed Ahlquist worked at WSUI. In sports Bob Heppenstahl was catcher on the baseball team. Bill Waller wielded the rapier on the fencing team and Paul Chenault played on the tennis team. Tom Brown, winner of a Rhodes scholar- ship, was active on the debate squad. The highlight of the social season was a Christmas party at the chapter house. Open house is held each Friday night for the members and their dates. ,v.. .. B- , . Leif, K . ff nj X fu A , VP' .f W. ' 'zfifxv K ,, X nw if C 45' If X ,, if I-"V nh Ax, K , at ' Q V' .Q 3 .X N . 4' f' .gl . -'L ..' X.. W TL'.:4'w s if ,,, K r , VA ., ff,- ' ,Q ., - . V: 1 x K 'Ulf LPHA EPSILON Pl Page 262 AEN? OFFICERS President . MARVIN GREENBERQ Vice-president . MARVIN XIVINICK Secretary . . HAROLD GINSBERG Treasurer . . HAROLD KRW After winning six awards at the national con- vention, the members of Iota Upsilon chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi returned to the Iowa campus for their third year. The social season was highlighted by the winter and spring formals and two costume parties. Dramatics attracted Ierry Silberman, Ierry Broudy and lerry Mason. Mason also directed the entertainment for the Club Cabaret program. Norton Mezvinsky re- mained one of lowa's debaters. Active in Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity were Allan Duke. Marvin Greenberg and Harold Ginsberg. In the communications field photographer lay Hytone worked for thc As- sociated Press and the Hawkeye while Robert Rosene was connected with WSUI. Harlan Dubansky was on the varsity football team and Norman Bernstein was a member of the track team. t,.,..,-f-' first row: Mrs. Levin, Bciscr, S,, Bcrnstcin, N., Block. G., Brcslaw, M.. Cohen. K.. Duke, A second row: Fish, I., GarHn. L., Gastcl, B.. Ginsberg. H.. Glazer. D.. Goldberg. S. Goldschmidt, D., Grccnbcrg, M. third row: Greller. M.. Hylonc. I.. Kovitz, M.. Kriv, H., Leavitt, H.. Levin. B.. Mason, G. Matulef, I. fourth row: Mezvinsky, N.. Petersen, D., Press. R., Rosenberg, H., Rosene, R., Schuster. R., Sclarow. M., Solowzxy. R. 5 fifth rom: Stcrhng, A., Ticp, L., Winick, M., Wisott. D., Wolf, H., Wolfson, I.. XVolf- son. D, Page 263 LPHA TAU OMEGA OFFICERS President . . . IIM RICHMANN Vice-president . . . PAT Hass Secretary . . . . ED BLINKS Treasurer . . DAVE Fosreia A Sun Valley theme of warmth and laughter was featured at the ATO's fall formal, Club Tau. Homecoming weekend meant a dinner dance at the Iefferson and the ATO sweetheart was crowned at the spring formal. Two fresh- men interested in swimming were Dick Beisel and Dick Bellows, who are both in the Dolphin Club. Don Hampton participated in gymnastics while Dick Tussing was in freshman fencing. Scholarship honors were awarded -Iohn Wait, Eta Kappa Nu and Tau Beta Pi: lim Richman, Pi Tau Sigma, and Dave Carson, treasurer of Eta Kappa Nu. Orator Dave Foster was in de- bate club while musical ATO's are lim Taggart of "Taggart's Keyboard" on station WSUI and Iohn Wait, marimba soloist for the band. X, N., . ."" Q., --ei I. ,fl vsf F' W vbQk ,? BETA THETA Pl 5 f vast-fan Q.. gf BQH OFFICERS President .... En HALBACH Vice-president . OTTO BROEDER ' Secretary . . ELVIE Huu. Treasurer . . . IIM DUNN Beta Theta Pi celebrated its 87th year at Iowa with outstanding participation in campus organizations. athletics, an active social schedule and high scholarship. Ed I'Ialbach was presi- dent of the Interfraternity council and Ioseph Ryan was chief justice of the IFC Court. Iames Wiegand was the recipient of a Rhodes schol- arship. Andy Hong was elected captain of the 1953 football team while Mick Moore, Ierry White and Frank Schwengel lettered in varsity foot- ball. George "Binkie" Breeder led all Iowa backs in rushing and Ed Lindsey was a stand- out at end. Otto "Bunnie" Broeder played foot- ball and repeated his feats as a diver. Social events included the Barn party, Bowery Brawl, Miami Triad and the winter and spring formals. ..,, s 1 gjJVIW1T.'i f ,. A N A . ,, e . J' ,Ik 1' I ,gf 'I ' 5. 5, " . 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R.. Halbach, E., Heetland. R.. Hirl. E.. Hirl. R., Holleran, D., Houq. A.. Hughes. I. r ourt row: 0 nson, ., orgensen. V. owett, .. in scy. .. ini an, ., gan, .. f 1. Ih D 1 G 1 R L .1 E L h W Lo W Mallaro. T.. Martin. C.. McColIister. R. fifth row: Moore. M., Morgan. E.. Mullinix, H., Ncshit. K.. Nunn. I.. Sassan. D.. Scheverman. Schwab. F.. Schwangcl, F. sixth row: Smith, R., Suvcrkrup. P., Swanson, R., Terry, I.. Thoms, W., Washburn. T.. Weeber. IV. Wclcher, W., White, I. ' Page 267 DELT CHI wl- AX OFFICERS President .... Boa STEVENS Vice-president . DONALD Browns Secretary . . , Dxxvm IvsnsoN Treasurer . . . Im Fizosr Parties at the Delta Chi house were the winter and spring formals, the annual 49'er party and numerous picnics, smokers and record parties, Delta Chi athletes include Clyde Feltes of the baseball team and Wrestlers, Fred Iewett and lim Moyer. Whit Niehaus and Walt Ia- cobs were in the Billy Mitchell Squadron: Whit was also on the SUI band committee and a member of Delta Sigma Pi, commerce fraternity. Dave Doebel was head engineer at WSUI and also acted in several plays. lack Burrows and Ed Hunting were kept busy at the Iowan ollice. lack is vice president of Sigma Delta Chi and a member of Alpha Phi Omega, service fraternity, while Ed was president of Alpha Delta Sigma, advertising fraternity. ik, . . , 1-df 5' - .!.. ' X 'Q , .- ,I A .X 4. " R w ILC.. W. - :. .- 4. LE 1 DELTA TAU DELTA fr OFFICERS President . . IERRY Nonnouisr Vice-president . . DoN Roscria Secretary .... PETE KLEIN Treasurer . . Bos OvERHoLzEn Delta Tau Delta at SUI meant scholarship. social lite and service throughout the year. Be- sides entertaining at the Miss-Fit party, Alpine Chateau and the winter formal, the Delts found time for individual social activity, ln the line of university functions Bob Bal- lantyne filled positions as vice-president of Union board and member of the Board of Pub- lications, as well as being active in radio station WSUI, as were Ioe Howe, Frank Baker and Ierry Nordquist. Nordquist also served as chief justice of Interfraternity court. Don Rosche was president of Central Party committee, chairman of Men's orientation and director of Miss SUI Beauty Pageant. Bill Smart played an active part in university theatre productions. ' w 1 1, gi ht 'i At Q , 3 41' xg 24,63 H ' x q: , .. I. A -,V 4 , f '.x.i K if 5 .M , .M DELTA UPSILO Page 272 T OFFICERS President .... DICK SWANK Vice-president . IACK RATHERT Secretary . . Inu McCuTcHEoN Treasurer . . . BRUCE GIBSON Delta Llpsilon rated high in activities this year, In the athletic Held Tom Nugent and Bob Riemers played on the basketball team and Niel Butler was on the swimming team. Represent- ing the fraternity on Union Board sub-commit- tees were Iay Anderson and Roger Hopkins. Don Boyle was advertising manager of Maga- zine X and Bill Von Laven was a photographer for Hawkeye. lack Rathert was a member of Phi Eta Sigma, AI Le Beau worked at WSUI and Dick Swank was active in freshman orienta- tion. lack Adams was a member of the student marketing club and the Billy Mitchell Squad. The social season included the annual spring and fall formals, a hobo party, a Valantine ball and a costume party. Also held were three Eac- ulty buffets and numerous exchanges. E' 'Qing 2 ,J as, f X if 'Fi ' eg , 'if -ijx 1 jg.: g 57 ,- Q Q, 1, , ' Hvagffi .We PHI DELTA THETA Page 274 OFFICERS President ..., Riax RUTHER Vice-president . Torw ANTHONY Secretary .... BOB LINDER Treasurer . . . Inu OLMSTEAD The Phi Delt roll call included many of the names that headlined the sports page this year. The varsity football team was boosted by the playing of George "Dusty" Rice at halfback, Don Inman at fullback and Tom Keri at guard. lim Freeman was on the freshman football squad: Bob Richards, Dave VanGinkel and Don Olmsted on the tennis team. Wally Nicholson was on the swimming team. The house won the Interfraternity football championship and placed second in basketball and volleyball. Turning away from the athletic picture we hnd lack Traverse in the University chorus. Dick Seaburg on the Military ball committee and Bob Fletcher working on Union board com- mittees. Social events included the Masquerade ball, the Christmas and spring formals and the Miami Triad. .,.,f 1 iii? -Q v MNH! Q. 7' Q ' fi ,, 11 :Z . 5 ,f is . ,k,: me ' ii? W ' ff! CDEH OFFICERS - President . . . Iuvi SHERMAN Vice-president . . ALAN STERN Secretary . . . LARRY ENGMAN Treasurer . MARTIN Ricit Phi Epsilon Pi was the top fraternity on campus last year in scholarship. They won the first prize for the most humorous float in the Homecoming parade and took part in many ac- tivities. The Phi Eps placed third in the light- weight basketball intramurals and placed sec- ond in all-university lightweight basketball. Playing on varsity football was Bruce Shine and on varsity basketball team was Arnie Davidson. Don Knecter was active in golf while Sid Dunitz served as track manager. President lim Sherman belonged to Omicron Delta Kappa. honorary fraternity. Gordie Newman was ac- tive as sports editor of Hawkeye. Serving as treasurer of the Billy Mitchell squadron was Maurie Rosen, The year was highlighted once again by the Phi Ep-Gold Rush-Anything Goes party. 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BOB IANSEN Again this year the Phi Kappas brought home a trophy from the annual homecoming parade, Phi Kaps could be found in many varied activi- ties: Bob Iansen was a member of the IFC court: Iim Cooney was a member of a Union Board sub-committee and the Military ball com- mittee: Ray Bierschbach kept the band in step as drum major: Dave Ryan was a member of Delta Sigma Pig and Bob Collins played fresh- man football. Social activities opened with several house picnics in the early fall. The pledges' party for the actives and a housemother's reception fol- lowed in November, and the Christmas formal climaxed the winter season. The remaining months of the scholastic year were rounded out with exchanges, informal parties, the annual Frontier Frolics and the spring formal. I' X j .. 1'4- I I X X Q I1 I x . ,lf , , ,L ' ' 'I' 'A -fy v, f f 1,1 LQ K 3 v - F , A ,- .' "X " Q. -NY 'L 42" . x - , Q , I . .,, , 5' V' ia ' f Q V, si 'Q 2 Maxx: 1-1 2 Q Ii lp, -g'-f Xu-f . .' ip- A N. 3 R X ,J 'A ix pw kljji fx , .V S X Y .., 4, A x r rf' ' Q52 4,4-Lf, 1 Y . J , ,- . tus' 3- . En' if-" 1,2 if 1 lil Q v E' if A sf 'Q XM , , , .. s .F , , 5. . f PHI K PPA PSI Page 282 + dim, OFFICERS President . . Ioim CHRISTIAN Vice-president . . . IOHN HAYS Sccretary . . . CRAIG WRIGHT Treasurer . . . BOB SPARKS Twenty Phi Psi pledges replacing twenty-two seniors easily fell into the swing of fraternity functions. Phi Psi boasted membership of Bill Osmundson, Dick McKay and Leonard Stras- burg in Phi Beta Kappa. Bill Fenton was cap- tain of Iowa's football team: Iim Milani and Charles Booth were starters. Tom Tucker was a member of the swimming team while Streeter Shining and George Myers held starting berths on the wrestling team: Myers also won the Big- ten championship. Phi Psi had four annual parties: Fall Brawl, winter formal, spring formal and jeff Duo. Secretary-treasurer of lnterfraternity council was john Christian: Iohn Hays was winner of the Murray scholarship, Bill Osmunclson and Iohn Christian were members in Order of Artus, honorary economic fraternity. ' 53:7 , 'S ' iw 57" . " .L 3 5 X. A ui, ir E . ,gb ' 9'-5 5: ' ', 11,x',' QP ,Mi g6s"1..,, 1 + zg:5.,g 3 X' wi" ' : .Q 2 N 5 1 24 iw- 1 AQ Q ., Ty, ,. , A U g.. MQ! "' .1 t ! gi .4 , , 4 1.1 his , 1 5. 3- .E V it my .,L,, :lm vig-gf PHI KAPPA SIGMA Page 284 Cbiq Y OFFICERS President . . Mimi MULRONEY Vice-president . Dick BELLINGER Secretary . . . GEORGE DAVIS Treasurer . . . DICK HALL The Interfraternity scholarship cup has been permanently retired this year by Phi Kappa Sigma. In athletics were Neill Gruver, Ernie Cates and Lee Cannon putting their best foot forward in track and cross-country: Doug Ly- man excelled in gymnastics: Iohn Beekman and Dick Bellinger were on the golf team: and Hugh Letfingwell showed promise on the freshman basketball team. Iohn Meyer was busy covering sports events for the Daily Iowan. Norm Rinderknecht, Mike Mulroney and Dick Bellinger were Phi Eta Sigma members, Bob Ebersole claimed a justice seat on the IFC court and Mike Mulroney co- edited Fraternities at Iowa. The Christmas for- mal, pancake parties, a pajama party and spring formal added the finishing touches to a rich school year, firsf row: Anderson. I.. Anderson, W., Beekman. I., Bcllinger. R., Berne, I., Burgess, R Bush, I,, second row: Cannon. L., Campbell, G.. Carter. I.. Cates. E.. Crowley. I., Ebersole. R.. Frudenlclcl. I. third row: Garnett. W.. Gruver, N., Hall. G., Harrington. R.. Kearney. I., Koehn, W.. Lccomctros, T. fourth row: Lelfingwcll. H., Lyman, D., McClatchey, R.. Mulroney. M., Nesler, T.. Paulsen. I., Racker, I. fifth row: Raymond, T., Rinderknecht, N., Shannon. D., Smith, R., Stone, D., Wentzien, H.. Wichmann, R. Page 285 Pl KAPPA ALPHA WHA OFFICERS President . . . GENE Ozvruour Vice-president NlERLIN DANIELSEN Secretary . . . TOM SEGNITZ Treasurer . . . lox-IN ADAMS Pi Kappa Alpha walked off with many scho- lastic, athletic, and social honors during the year. This year the chapter presented its annual French Party, Winter Formal, and the Dream Girl Formal. The Pi Kap Four, a quartet con- sisting of Iohn Adams, Marshall Iftner. Dick McCauley, and Tom Segnitz entertained at many of their social functions. Several members participated in University athletics: Ierry Ridley and Iohn Adams, varsity basketball: Bill School, Bill Seaburg, and George Wolz, freshman basketball: Frank Strub, varsi- ty football and track: lack Engelby, varsity wrestling: Ralph Rieks, freshman wrestling: and Cliff Skogstrom, Ierry Iohnson, and Rog Starner. baseball. Hal Winston served on the Student board of Publications while Ned Bow- man and Bill Quiett took part in University plays. first row: Mrs. Burkhart, Adams, I-. Austad. I-. Briggs, A., Bc-uchlr, T.. Byanc-S. E.. Byers, W., Daniclacn, M., Dcighton, R. accond row: Dom, R., Duster, P.. Douglas, L.. Dulfc, L., Engclby, I., Graves, K., Grell, I-. Hctzlcr, H.. Ihncr, M. third ron-: Iohnson. I.. King, D.. Leinfcldcr, I.. Looney. C., Loufck. R., Maltcs, R., May, H McCauley, R., McManus, K. fourth row: Menard, O., Michel, G.. Oathont, E., Olson, I., Quictt. W., Reeder. I., Ricks. R., Rousq. I.. Schoof, W. fifth row: Scott, I.. Scaberg. VV., Scgnitz, T., Shopc. W., Skogstrom, H., Starncr, R Stcgmiller, S., Stevens, T. sixth rcu': Strub, F., Wcbb, D., Wcstbxlrg, VV., VVinsKon. H., XVOIZ, G., Wright. D., Wright. F., Young. D. Page 287 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILO Page 288 lf OFFICERS President ..., BILL MERNER Vice-president . . Dicx IORDAN Secretary ..,. Im MURPHY Treasurer . . DON DAUGHTON The activities of the SAE's took a trend to- wards athletics this year. On the varsity foot- ball squad were Tom Fleckenstein, lim Hatch. Paul Kemp, and Clyde Kitchen. Participating is varsity basketball were Clyde Kitchen and Dick Roeder, while Dale Kniss was kept busy with varsity golf. Active in Gymnastics were Ice Chadiman, Bill Kieck, Paul Stone and Tom Witte. Members of Varsity Letterman's Club were lim Hatch, Paul Kemp and Dale Kniss. Clyde Kitchen was named the Nile Kinnick Scholar while Carroll Ramseyer received the Laverne Noyes Scholarship. Six members were named to Phi Eta Sigma, the freshman honorary fraternity. Social activities of the year included the Comic Strip party, the Christmas open house for the faculty, and their formal, Winter Fantasy. fi:-Ar row: Mrs. Ethel Scholes, Anderson. D., Baer. D., Beer. I., Biddison. P.. Bohlandcr, W. Brauer, W.. Broshar, I.. Chadima. I.. Chcrrif. A. si-cond row: Cramer. A.. Daughlon. D., Docrr. R.. Elting, P.. Flcckcnstcin. T.. Fostcr. P. Frambcs. C.. Frantz, E., Hartlcip, D.. Hatch. I. third row: Hazen, I., Iaeger. C.. Iohnson. C.. Iordan, R.. Kallcnhcrg. D., Keick, VV. Kitchen, C., Kniss, D., Knoepilcr. D.. Koch, I. fourth row: Lautcrbnch, M., Lee, W,. Lewis, R., Lierle, R,, Lutgcn, I., Manatt. I.. Marolf. R., McCall, T,, McGcorge. T,. Mernrr. B. fifth row: Montgomery, I.. Murphy. I., Murphy. T., Noi-dyke, I., Ochrlc. I., Piepcr. W, Potc. T.. Primrose. H.. Ramscycr, C.. Robinson, H. sixth row: Rocclcr. R,. Snlkcld. T., Sarff. F., Stes-lc. W., Stone. P., Upclcgraff. C., XVnldc'n. R.. Williams, I., Young, R.- Page 289 i..,, SIGMA CHI Q' ZX OFFICERS President . . . GEORGE VEITH Vice-president . REED HARTSOOK Secretary . . . DALE HAWORTII Treasurer . . IoE GLAssivmN "A Sigma Chi in everything and every Sigma Chi in something." This seemed to be the theme for the fraternity this year in activities. Ted Hutchinson served on Union Board and lim Blodgett and Iohn Robertson on subcommit- tees. Active on Central Party committee were Reed Hartsook and Iohn Robertson and Dale Haworth on Student Council. Peter Van Oost- erhout was president of Omicron Delta Kappa and vice-president of the senior class. Ray Dinkhoff presided as president of the freshman pharmacy class. Iack Bender was sports editor of the Daily Iowan. In the athletic sphere Sigma Chi won the all- university Volleyball championship. Dick Penn- ington swam on the varsity swimming team. Others active in athletics were Ray Iohnson. Iim Houser and Bob Doctor, Cheerleaders were Chris Hertz and Reed Hartsook. 'E,,. 5. P8 bi. .A Q 1 ..: .,.., , r.' L- N .9 v M ,f' 5 ' my .gi sg ..I. if 3 af '1 ff is I Um 2 ,, 5-vzzg. f- ' 'Q-3 1. ix ..A imggwgg '1 ' 13335 ",5QQQfJQ' A' 34" , Q .zqgfi ,. Q, iff Ma. r 1 as.: fu' 2,04 1 ,, wwi, .- ini, T 41 .v-J , 'i'-5? ET CSF: ,. as 'ff 2 Q? fn i ian? ' Q i'5x 5 ? 'axe Jw- . IM ' 5""m3 , Ml LW fav SIGMA NU EN OFFICERS President .... Dicx Kmxrz Vice-president . . GENE SPROUT Secretary . . . LARRY PHILLIPS Treasurer . I.. CALL DICKINSON Starting the season elf in proud form the Sigma Nu's took pride in announcing as their candidate for the IFC dance, Marilyn Mosbach who reigned as queen. Commander Dick Kirke was chairman of the IFC formal dance com- mittee. In sports lack Hess played quarterback in football while Phil Surgon played freshman football. Glen I-Iesseltine was an outstanding track man, lack Pepping was out for freshman baseball and Ted Dunnington took part in ten- nis. ln wrestling competition were lack Nunn and Charles Woodruff. Besides sports there were many social events. The White Star Christmas formal, the annual Hotel party, and the outstanding Lilac formal. Hal Puffer served on the photography stall of Hawkeye while Dick Albrecht served on the Union Board. Iiirst row: Mrs. Whitford. Albre Boyle, D. second row: Chatcauvcrt, I., Cray, R., Dunnington. T. Illird row: Ellison, T.. Fauss. B., lcnscn, D. fourth row: Iohnson. C.. Ioncs, M., cht, R.. Bachtcll, R., Bates. C., Beals, G.. Beals, R.. fifth rom: Pepping, F.. Phillips, L., Puller, H., Riley, R.. Sprout, G., Young. 1. I., DePra-ngcr, I.. Dickinson. L.. Dickinson, R.. Doran, Gholson, D., Hamilton, T., Hess, I., Hesseltinc, G.. Kelly, E., Kirkc, R.. L:-achman, I.. Miller. H.. Nunn,I. Page 293 SIGMA PHI EPSILO ZCDE OFFICERS President .... BILL FOSTER Vice-president . , Invi Vicxiamr Secretary . . . . RICH ORR Treasurer . . BILL RIDER Sig Eps unique Bedroom Brawl began the social calendar followed by a tea honoring Mrs. B. B. Bagley, their new housemother. Other events included supper dances after games. and the Sno-Ball Christmas formal. Spring func- tions included the faculty tea, Kindergarten Kick, and Queen of Hearts ball. Participating in campus clubs and staffs were Bill Foster, IFC vice president and delegate to national con- vention: lim Vickery, business manager of Hawkeye and vice president of Alpha Delta Sigma: Iim Young, newscaster for WSUI. Distinguished Military Student medals were awarded lack Sievers and Rod Miller. Dick Gleichman was elected to Student Council and Bob Ojemann to Phi Beta Kappa. Wally Adamson is on Magazine X and Rollie Bridge, drum major of band. Phil Duggan is Veep of I Club and member of wrestling team as is Le- roy Hansen. Don Labahn is on varsity swim- ming team. firsl row: Mrs. Bagley, Adamson. W., Albright, L., Blaskey, L., Boulund, I., Bowman, Brannan, I.. Bridge. R., Buxton, R.. Christensen, D. second rom: Clark, I.. C e, I., Davidson, P., Dice, I., Duggan, P., Eastcrday, R., Ferguson, W., Fishel, M., Fo er, W., Glcichman, R. flzird row: Govig. R., Hampton, W., Hansen, C.. Labahn. D., Ln-ber, I., Leif, P., Martin, N, fourth row: McCarty, R.. McDonald, I., Means, D., Pierson, F., Popp, L., Rehal, R., Rettemnaicr, R. fifth row: Rider, G., Rogers. R., Schaefer, R., Sievcrs. Sulenlic, W., Trocino, N, sixth row: Utlcr, R., Verhillc, D., Verhille. R., Vicker A., Woock, R., Young, I. Houck, G., Ingram. W., Krug, D.. Mishak, R., Nurdmark. B., Orr, R.. H., Spear. I.. Sternad, I., Stewart. S, y, I., Welsh, R.. Wiese, R., Williams, Page 295 Q Tl-IETA XI Page 296 +4 P14 ili OFFICERS President ..,. Bos BLossER Vice-president . Vixen. VONAHSEN Secretary . . . FRED I-IALTON Treasurer . . Ioi-IN RINGDA1-ii. Theta Xi got off to a good start by winning the grand prize in the Homecoming float com- petition. The flozt was built in cooperation with Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. The highlights of the Theta Xi social year were the annual Hotel party, the winter and spring formals, an Old Heidelburg. and outdoor German costume party. Athletes included Louie Matykiewicz, soph- omore linebacker, who received honcrarble men- tion on the All-Big-Ten selections. Other ath- letes were Dick Frymire and Iim Frazer foot- ball: Dick Knowles. fencing: Virg Vonahsen, track and cross country and Al Higgins and Fred "Buddy" Lucas, swimmers. Buddy repre- sented his native country. New Zealand in the 1952 Olympics. Gene Lundahl was elected president of the lnterfraternity Pledge Council. Four men were members of Delta Sigma Pi. first row: Abbott, D., Bangs, L., Blosscr, R.. Carson, I.. Ellison, G.. Frazer. I.. Gralmann, G second rom: Halton, F., Higgins, A., Hill, H., Hipplcr. E.. Houston. L., Kirkpatrick, XV. Knowles. R. third row: Lucas, F., Lunduhl, S,, Matykicwicz. L.. Miller, D.. Mohr, D.. Moore, I. Olesen, R. fourth row: O'Mcara, A.. Perkins, R., Phillips, T., Rcddcn, I., Ringdahl, I.. Schwcnnekcr, D., Seeser, G, fifth row: Seeser. I.. Staves, G., Steele, B,, Vonahsen. V., YVik. D., Wilmctt. D.. XVilson. H.. McEleney. I. Page 297 1. 5.1 11 .1 .H 1-xxx 11 , . 3 fn 1 W gxf 34' lk ll. W g 7' W v. ,111 7.11 . 117 1, . Q Q.. 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Q. 5 11:14 '? if 'X 11. 191 1. 11 .11-E, Q1 111111-111' ,1,.g.11: 11. 1111 1111: T Q..-1. 3111.1 5-1 'E 11-i 31.1 ,. 111. 31111111 5:14 abs 115-.1 i13"E'26fz '.'!'4Ql 11141, 1,11..g .51-111 211:11 11 fav 1. .91 1 11 1 1, ' 11,1 1 11,1 1 fare 5 'iliwi .. F3111 11 1 11, .1 45.1 1.1 11 .M : 11 5 11. QE .1 1 ,Qi 'E' 11.1 vw is 1i' 1.2173 51:5 my 1 1111. 1.5115 14 5. 1.1 g. Q 2. . 9, 1111 5 fl 111, 1 1 N151 1. 131s is 1 1.51 4311.11.11 '- ff if 1- xg iitig .1. i' 'E Y ., I. .11, 11 1 1 1 1 M 1111 1.':'v1 B . Oni 1 I 111, 1 ..1a . Wo.. 3 . -fig: 1 Q Q5 , .1 QQ' R! . ig, 1: W! Q . 1 3 v 1j.15.. 18" X, LLL 1 91514, 1.5111 r Q1 'im .111 9 'I 1 1 11? E 1 1 Q 1.1.21 11911 F99 5 11 if Q LJ li , 'xxx X' 1 I' X S Q 5 ii - nf' f X-fxhxlt 1:1 1, s i 6 2.1 Q??Xkzfrwf"L.1 A yVQ?g:lY f , Q ' 1 1111? ,gy The Won-ien's Panhellenic asso- ciation at SUI is composed of the thirteen women's national social fraternities which have chapters on this campus. Panhellenic affairs are directed by the thirteen chapter presidents who comprise the Pan- hellenic council. Each council member is responsible for a specific area into which the activities are divided. Annual programs carried out by the association include an olilcers' training school, exchange dinners, a formal dance, the publication of a Panhellenic handbook and the awarding of a scholarship cup to the sorority maintaining the high- est grade point average for the en- tire school year. Miss Helen Reich is the associations advisor. flrsf ro v: Havcrcamp. V.. Smrman, S., Larsen, B.. Hannuni, G. second row: Lanc, I., Roscbcrry. H., Varva, V., Glatstcin, F. third row: Reed, M., Williams, I., Irish, S. Maywald. M. ANHELLE IC OFFICERS C0 U N L President . , SUSAN S1'Amx1AN Vice-president . Io ELLEN LANE Secretary . . HELEN ROSEBERRY Treasurer , IOAN FULLER Page 299 LPHA CHI' OMEGA Page 300 OFFICERS President . . . Io ELLEN LANE Vice-president . SHIRLEY SMITH Secretary . . IEANNE SHANAHAN Treasurer . MARYLENE SHADLE Campus activities kept the Alpha Chi's busy this year. President Io Ellen Lane was a mem- ber of Mortar Board. Student Council and vice- president of Panhellenic Council. Betsy Crusin- berry was assistant business manager of Hawk- eye and Ann Harbison was a volume editor. Marge Frank, lane Hertig, Iudy Snover, Sand- ra Spring, Pat Thomas and Kay Wing also helped on Hawkeye. Cherie Walkup was a re- porter for the Daily Iowan and a member of' Theta Sigma Phi. Shirley Smith and Elsie Ier- dee were on Union Board. Shirley Smith was secretary of the commerce senior class. Highlanders claimed Ian Trimble, Marilyn Neuzil, Dorothy Maher, Sally Paul and Ioann Slager. Iudy Brown was in Panacea and Ioy Cable took part in the play, "The Birds." Doro- thy Maher was chosen attendant to the Dolphin and Interfraternity Queens. -v ,,,,,,,.x,..:.f, . . first row: Frye, Mrs., Anson. M., Boyle, S.. Cable, I., Carhough. S., Cook, M., Crusinbcrry, B., Dysart. second row: Evans, I.. Frank, M.. Grant, S.. Grass, B., Hall ,I., Hanson, N., Harhison, A., Helms, P., third row: Hcrtig, I.. Hcwins, P., Hiro. M., Holland, P.. Icrclec. E.. Icwcll, P., Killingcr, M., Kimball, P. fourth row: Koch, C.. Lane, I., Maher. D., Oathout, A., Oathout, C., Ouclcrkirk. S., Patton. P., Paul. S. fifth row: Percy, M.. Power, L., Putnam. I., Ncuzil, M,. Shaclle. M.. Shanahan. I. Shrau- gcr, D., Sires. M., Slayer, I. sixth row: Smith. S.. Snover, I.. Spring S., Thomas. P., Trimble, I,, Walkup, C., XVcngcr. V.. Wcllrick, M.. Wi11g, K, Page 30I LPH Page 302 DELT PI CE' AAU OFFICERS ' President . MARILYNN MAYWALD Vice-President . . IOAN FANTER Secretary . , MARY Lou Euuins Treasurer . . . Ruri-1 RowLANn ,,.' Along with winning second prize for their float in the Homecoming parade, the A D Pi's found time to take an active part in many other campus activities. Ruth Rowland worked on UWA as well as Orientation while Io Snider and president Marilynn Maywald contributed their services to the Hawkeye. Vangie Thomas played with the University Orchestra and was chosen to play with the Orchestra of Vaughn Monroe during his broadcast from the Memorial Union. lean Burns was active in theatre work and Ioan Skow sang in University Chorus. Three of the Alpha Delts, Mardelle Halver- son, Barbara Wick and lane Condon, were Scottish Highlanders. Several formal and in- formal parties and dances helped to round out the school year for Alpha Delta Pi. ,nv 4 ,,,.f'. .xfrx 1 W' 3 .Q I' ,I gn 3"-A A - .4 - .wg , QA :SN A Q. 'f , 5" 'fix . . .' 123.1 -- "2: i K nm' ... V933 .,,,,,,.sii xx x 1 .. .. W 1 x f' gg . i Q. ' ff ,, Q' ,ff X, i .f Q ?' 51 W, -F A 5' I ff f ff Q Q 1 N Y ,y if 'Q' ' - fi ii, bmi B i ff?-'s. f' N. ff ' S Qs Q 5- ,- gs, ,, 5 N. .. '95 fi 1 'rf - ,' 352 LPHA Xl DELTA 7--4 D-4 p-11 OFFICERS President .... Io WILLIAMS Vice-President . MAXINE Ruvisns Secretary . . BARBARA PETERSON Treasurer . BEVERLY BENTZINGER 'Alpha Xi social events included the Show Boat party, the winter formal. the Christmas party and the spring dinner-dance. Taking part in campus activities were Io Williams as social chairman of Panhellenic, Lynn Thodt as pub- licity chairman for UWA, Hawkeye and YMCA and an active member in forensics. Iudy Morris and Shirley Albrecht were on Union Board sub-committees. Shirley White was edi- tor of the Panhellenic Handbook. Io Williams reigned as Honorary Cadet Colonel at the Military ball. Two Alpha Xi's were in band, four in Seals, nine in chorus, and nine in Highlanders. Inger Van Nostrandt was secretary of Iunior Panhellenic and Ian Thieme was vice-president of freshman Y. fs Q first row: Merritt, Mrs., Albrecht, S., Board, P,. Buntzinger, B., Brnucht. M. Cook, I.. Costas. D.. Duhigg. I. second row: Dunlcy, M,, Ellsworth, D.. Ferher. I.. Fillinworth, C., Falkins, H., Frick. S.. Gidlund, S.. Harrison, P.. third row: Hcidhc, D,. Hoopcs. I., Icnkins, R., Krieger. B., Lewis. B., McMullen. P.. McNamara. C.. McNamara, K. fourth row: Morris, I., Palmer. I.. Pctcrson. B.. Rabus. S., Rclmcrs, M., Roster, A., Snider. I. fifth row: Stcvcns, I.. Suiter. I., Suttcr. I.. Thiemc. I., Thoclt, L.. Vanclerlip, M.. Van Nostrand. l. sixth row: Van Nostrand. S., Vogt, I., Wcuve, M., White, S., Wlwitcht-ad. I.. Williztlmms, I.. Wood. P. Page 305 CHI UMEGA XQ OFFICERS President .... IOAN FULLER Vice-President . SARAH O'BmEN Secretary . WINIFRED WAKEFIELD Treasurer . . . Iovcra HOWARD Under the Chi Omega roof lived many active members of campus organizations, Rosemary Goetzman was secretary of Central Party Com- mittee, chairman of ProEle Preview and was elected to head next year's orientation program. Mary Ann Chanez and lo Murray were WRA offlcers while Io Fuller was president of Mortar Board. Acting as vice-president of Iunior Pan- hellenic was Georganne Halverson. Serving on YWCA hospital board was Sarah O'Brien while Marilyn Martin, Dot Schaeffer, Dot Peterson, Margaret Whitney and lean Wilmeth were in campus music organizations. Honors received were the Sigma Chi Derby day cup and Intramurals cup. lmportant social events includ- ed the Halloween Broomstick Brawl and the Christmas formal. N 6 NJ : 1 5l W 3: DELT DELTA DELTA Page 308 - 2 OFFICERS President ..,. Sun STARMAN Vice-President , IEAN BRANNEN Secretary . . CONNIE HAMILTON Treasurer . . . LURAY THOMS The Tri Delts this year participated in a handicapped children's party. a scholarship award, intramurals and formals. Susan Starman was selected Most Outstanding Fraternity Wo- man on campus. Tapped for Mortar Board were Marge K. Martin, Susan Starman and Sally Yeates. Filling UWA positions were Bar- bara Diekman, Ann Baker, Katie Main, Betty Garten, Ianet Sywassink, Vivian Nelson, Sally Yeates. Marilyn Mosbach was lnterfraternity Queen and Ian Henderson was Dolphin Queen Attendant, Carole Vogel was choreography chairman for Panacea, Nancy Burt played in The Birds and Dottie Buehler had a WSUI show. KPN ,Q-.3. A N.: We E 5,1 P. N. I V 57 has, 49' -S 4' :QQ .N t fx? N,Q'2i.t A W DELT GAMMA LCYW , , Ar OFFICERS President . . . MARGARET REED Vice President MARTHA LEE WRIGHT Secretary . . IOAN BRESNAHAN Treasurer , . MARGARET Luwov This was another successful year for the DG's. Ioannie Bresnahan served on Orienta- tion council, Holly Highland was elected Freshman council president. Musical ability was shown in orchestra by Camille Cooper, Holly Highland. Boody May, and Lorraine Ny- bakken. Working in YWCA were Helen Stoltz, Marg Hahn and Sara Thomsen. Twelve girls were Highlanders. Seals' vice-president was Bunny McCallum. The DG's special projects were a Doll dinner and an Easter egg hunt for underprivileged children. Christmas and spring formals plus in- formal parties Hlled the social calendar. Helping boost the scholarship rating were Alpha Lambda Delta members. Iayne Stewart, Helen Stoltz, Carole Brainerd and Marg Hahn. Beauty-wise was Becky Knudsen, attendant to Dolphin court and IFC dance. first rdw: Anderson, S., Anundsun. I., Bailcy. S.. Bellcr. B.. Brainerd, C., Brcsnahan. I. Brcsnahan, N.. Cooper, C., Cullen, D. second row: Daisley, I.. DcCamp. B.. Evans. I., Flynn. M.. Gage, I., Gilbert, S.. Hahn, M. Haucr, M., Highland, E. tllird row: Hopkins. B.. Hruska, L., Icnkins. M.. Innsen, N.. Ioncs. L., Knudscn, B., Lamar, C.. Lundy. M., Lynch, H. fourth row: May. A., McCallum. D., McGovern, M.. Mcliitterick. L., Miller, F.. Murphy C., Nncckel, I., Nicholas, B., Nyhakken, L. llffh rou-: Oyaas. N., Porter. M.. Ray. M.. Raed, M., Rhombcrg, T., Roberts, A., Robinson, I.. Sackett, S., Schneider. S., Stewart, I. sixth row: Stoltz. H.. Sweilzer. N., Thomsen, S., Tolles. M,, Torslenson, S., Von Lackum, M.. Walker, I., Wright. M.. Young, M.. Zimmerman. I. Page 3Il DELTA ZETA Z OFFICERS President . . . Vxnouvm VAVRA C Vice President Mmzyonua BRICKNER Secretary . . . SARAH ADAMS Treasurer . . ViviAN FRASINGER The DZ's started the year off by taking first prize for the best sorority float in Homecoming competition. Virginia Varva was vice-president of Theta Sigma Pi, women's journalism fratern- ity. Pat Thomas was tapped for Mortar Board. Sally Adams was the Daily Iowan's society edi- tor, lane Thomas was secretary of Young Re- publicans ancl Robyn Wright was on the theatre's costume crew. Karen Kratz was on UWA Council and Beth Vandermyde was on Freshman Council: Sally Adams was on the YWCA executive council and Pat Thomas was on the Y cabinet. Hawk- eye claims Midge Moellering, assistant art edi- tor, and Carol Loichingcr and Marian Shapiro. copy writers. Mary Io Stewart was chosen Rose of Delta Sigma Pi. The social highlights were the Winter and Rose Formals and a Mother's Day Tea. i first row: Mrs, Smith. Abels, I.. Adams. S., Almberg. M., Beretta, I,, Brickncr. Brown, M. second row: Carpenter, N. Dnken, S., Erick, E,, Forbes. M.. Fmsinger. V., Briggs. Helmkc, P. third raw: Henning, I., Hoover, M., Iipsen, P., Kurncscd, K., Kratz, K.. Little, Loichinqer, C. fourth row: Lyman, Marr, M., Mocllering, M., Shapiro, N., Smilh, M., Sveboda, Thomas, I. fifth row: Thomas. P., Vandermyde, B., Var:-halt, B., Vavra, V., Wagner, C.. Wedman. Weak. M,, Wright, R. M P R S D., Page 3l3 GAMMA PHI BETA , 7 ,W , R135 OFFICERS President . VIRGINiA HAVERCAMP Vice President , . IANET Bnmcns Secretary . . SHIRLEY Scnnou. Treasurer . . IEAN BARBARA Panhellenic councils highest scholarship trophy was awarded the Gamma Phi Beta's for the second consecutive year. The girls initiated Mrs. Bruce McKay, housemotl-ter, to our campus with an open house, Mary Lou Mortensen, drum majorette of the Highlanders, reigned as Heather Queen at the Feast of Haggis in Chi- cago. Marilyn and Karilyn Adams participated in the Dolphin Show. Virginia Havercamp was Panhellenic rushing chairman and Adele Cock- shoot was representative to Student Council. On Y hospital board were Pat Pew, Martha McMahon, Io Cooper and Ellen Goen. Orien- tation leaders were Martha McMahon, Adele Cockshoot, Margaret Brown, Io Cooper and May and Kay Adams. first row: McKay. Mrs. Adams. K.. Adams. M.. Anthony. I., Bacon. B., Barber, I,, Bartels. B., Baku-s, M. sc-cond row: Beals, B.. Beckman, B., Bochnkc. K., Boling, M., Barts. D.. Bridges. I., Church. P., Cockshool, A. third row: Cook, M,, Cooper. I.. Craft. A.. Distclhorst. E., Douhcnbcrgcr, C., Duly, D.. Goan. E., Hartlcy. I. fourth row: Havcrcmnp, V.. Holleu. M.. Iackson. L.. Larson. A.. Lundquist, E., lVlcCullc, M., McKitrick, B.. McMahon, M. fifth row: Merrill, M.. ML-tier, M. Morkcnscn, M., Nelson. I.. Olson. S., Patron. E., Pcdhzxnm, N,, Pew, P. sixth row: Rath. M,, Schoop, D,. Sclxrool, S.. Tollinger. D., Vandcrloo, I., VVccms, I., Wilson, M. 1 Page 3l5 nas. , .. K PP ALPHA THETA rl M9 OFFICERS President .... SALLY Inisu Vice President . . PEGGEE Lurz Secretary . . Sun SuTHEiu..xND Treasurer . CHARLOTTE Boscizian The pledging of 23 girls got the year off to a good start for the Thetas. lt was "Mommie" Anderson's 19th year which helped to highlight her annual Christmas Tea. Another event on the social calendar was the annual pledge form- al, Symphony In Silver. Both Peggee Lutz and Sally Irish served on Mortar Board. Peggee was kept busy with the presidency of UWA. Profile Preview chairman for this year was Sonya Goering, who also was managing editor of Hawkeye. Sonya was very active in theatre work, as was Nancy Groves. Four Thetas were among the Highlander ranks: Carol Garfield, Leah Lunan, Ann Spinharney, and lane Too- hey. Other social events included the monthly Coffee hours, a buffet dinner, and the beautiful spring formal. we W-ff Q59 fl vf' F . M 'x R ,1 , ,BN fr ,fm KAPPA KAPPA Page 3I8 AMMA OFFICERS President .... BETH LARSEN Vice-President . . Lois GORDON Secretary . . BARBARA MCKOWN Treasurer . IANE HOLBIES This fall, the Kappas were the proud possess- ors of a first place Homecoming float, working hand in hand with the Theta Xi's. To start off the campus activities. Beth Larsen, Martha Hale and Mary Ladd were tapped for Mortar Board. ln UWA, Mary Ladd served as vice president and Student Council representative, IoBetl1 Shoeman was a member of Union board. Presiding in Seals and vice-president of WRA was Carolyn Caulk. President of fresh- man Y was Iean Albach and secretary was Beverly Baker. Marilyn Gilchrist helped lead the cheers for the Hawkeyes this year. Ianet Stanzel was president of Ir, Panhellenic. Stair- way To The Stars was the theme for the winter formal while the rest of the year was Hlled with various other social activities. first row: Mitchell. Mrs. E., Albach, I., Baker, B., Baker, B., Bennett, M., Brown. M. Cnlclwcll, P.. Canacly. B., Caulk, C. sccond row: Clemens. B., Clemons. I.. Dalby. A., Evans. I.. Eslick, F., Finlayson, I.. Flood. I., Gilchrist. M., Gordon. L. third row: Hale, M.. Hall, D,, Hasscn, B., Higdon, S., Holmes, I., Horn, M., Hotz, I., Irwin, D., Iohnston. D. fourth row: Kanc, C., Kaufman, S,, Krause. M.. Ladd, M., Larrimorc, L., Larsen. B.. Larson, S., Lcinlcldcr, M., Livingston, I. lifrh row: Manley, M., Manning. N., McBride, S., McMahon. D.. Miller. P., Morton, G., Nichols, S., Osmundson, R., Peterson, P. sixth row: Picrson, I., Pollitz, S., Rodawig, S., Scott. D., Sackler, S., Shoeman. I., Schuman. I.. Stanzcl, B., Stanzel, I., Voss, I. Page 3l9 E I f i 41 PI BETA PHI limp OFFICERS President . . HELEN ROSEBERRY Vice-President . CARLA HELLER Secretary .... ANN WELLS Treasurer . . FRAN Swzxnrz Pi Beta Phi started the year out in full swing when Karen Peterson was selected Miss Perfect Profile. Ten girls wore the kilts of the Scot- tish Highlanders and five swam in Seals club. Mary Donai edited Magazine X while Mary Moore was assistant editor of Code for Coeds. Members of Mortar Board were Helen Rose- berry and Carla Heller. Central Party commit- tee members were Fran Swartz and Helen Rose- berry. Gwen Iohnson was president ot fresh- man nurses, Carla Heller president of YWCA, and Fran Swartz president of Gamma Alpha Chi. The special social events of the season were the winter formal. a buffet supper Christmas party and the annual spring formal. Q Fwy if wvf X W 6, ,J 1 . ,Q 4 ' 1 -6 SIGMA DELTA TAU OFFICERS President . FRANCENE GLA1-sriaxu Vice-President Bar-rv ANN DUBANSKY Secretary . . . VELMA GANNON Treasurer . Lois ANN GREENBLATT Combining talents with Phi Epsilon Pi fra- ternity, Sigma Delta Tau started the year ol? successfully by winning the first place trophy for their Homecoming float. Social events in- cluded the SDT pledge prom, spring formal, a costume party and a number of open houses. lndividual members of the house participated in a variety of activities. Estelle Masters was nursing chairman of vocational Conference. Toby Dunitz was a member of freshman council while Marcia Gordon was chairman of a Pro- file Preview committee. A Francene Glatstein served as Panhellenic representative to UWA Council and co-chairman of Greek Week. first row: Edclson, Mrs. Robert, Brody. S.. Duhansky, B.. Dunirz, T., Falk. M.. Fercr. Friedman. N. second row: Gannon. V.. Geiicn, D.. Glantz, R., Glatstcin. F.. Gordon. M., Green. Gres-nblntt, L. third row: Hart, I., Kaminkowitz. G., Kntclmzxn, H.. Kunik. B.. Lurncr, M.. Masters, Mctcalf. L. fourth rom: 'Pcltz, L.. Prcnmck. M., Rnvid, G.. Rotman. I., Ruben. P.. Shulman. Siegel, I. fifth mul: Sirota, T., Wnldinger, I.. Warshnwsky, I., Weil. S.. Wolf. I., Wulf, R. Page 323 ZETA TAU LPHA Page 324 OFFICERS President . . . IAN1a HANNuM Vice-President . . IAN KEELINE Secretary . . MARILYN MCCAIN Treasurer . . . MARIANNE Live Spring and winter formals. a Valentines Day dance and a hayride highlighted the many social events for the Zetas. They were a busy group in campus activities. Elma Holm led the pledges in winning first prize in the Iunior Panhellenic Heart drive. Connie Menard brought honors to the group by winning a DAR Home Eco- nomics scholarship and was an attendant to the Honorary Cadet Colonel. Ian Keeline and Io Rueck worked on orientation. lanie Hannum and Ian Keeline were members of Phi Gamma Nu and Iohnsine Muhl, Theta Sigma Phi. Sylvia Peterson and Iohnsine Muhl were Daily Iowan reporters. 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H1953 HAWKEYESH 1owa's 1952 football Hawkeyes won two games while losing seven under Head Coach Forrest Eva- shevski, serving in his first year as Black and Old Gold mentor. Stun- ning upsets of Ohio State and Northwestern highlighted the sea- son's play, although the Hawks played brilliant games against Min- nesota, Indiana, and Pittsburgh. only to lose in the final minutes of the games. Mr. Evashevski and his assist- ants, Chalmers "Bump" Elliott, Bob Flora, Archie Kodros, Henry Piro. and Wally Schwank as well as most loyal Hawkeye fans considered the '52 season a complete success and predicted a winning year for the Hawkeyes in 1953, since almost en- tirely the same group of gridsters Page 328 return for another year of competi- tion with the needed experience. Team captain Bill Fenton was the Hawkeyes only player to make the Big Ten All-Star eleven, Don Chelf, tackle: lerry Hilgenberg. center: and Lou Matykiewicz, line- backer and end, rated honorable mention. Outstanding players of the 1952 season for the Hawkeyes were seniors, Burt Britzmann, offensive quarterback: Bernie Bennett, defen- sive halfbackg Dan McBride, of- fensive end: and lack Hess, olfenf sive quarterback. Iunior gridmen who played well during the season were backs, George A'Dusty" Rice and Bob Phillips, and linemen, Ed Lindsey, Dick Frymire, Charles Boothe, Andy Houg, lerry Clark, Chelf, Hilgenberg, and Penton. Promising sophomores were backs. Binkey Broeder, lim Milani, lim Hatch, Don lnman, and Bob Stearnes, and linemen, Frank Schwengel, Cameron Cummins. lohn Hall, Mickey Moore, Phil Hayman, Emmett Sawyer, and Warren Lawson. Top Iowa ground gainers for the season were Binkey Broeder, 311 yards for a 3.6 average per carry. Bob Stearnes, 241 for Z:5, and Dusty Rice, 218 for 2.8. Burt Britz- mann was the leading Hawkeye passer with 27 completions in 94 tosses for 5-15 yards. Scoring honors were shared by Dan Mc- Bride, who set a new Iowa record for pass receptions with a total of 448 yards, and Broeder with 18 points. lim Hatch broke an Iowa rushing record as he unreeled a 78 yard jaunt to record the longest run in Iowa history. first row: Brltzinann, Rcister, McBride. Hilgenbcrg, Fenton, Clark, Clzelf, Hutchin- son, Bennett. O, Broader. second row: Daniels, Cummins, Keefe, Lindsey, Houg. Hess, Rice, Hayman, White. Third rou-: Hatch, Kemp, Houser, Moore. Lawson. Schwcngcl. Inman. G. Broader, Frymire. Str-arnes, Iourrlx row: Evashcvski. Dugan. Cory, Davis. Sawyer, Ellis, Matkyiewlcz. Eckhoff. Elliott. ln his first year as lowa's head football coach. Forest Evashevski has already established himself as one of the most popular and tal- ented coaches to occupy the top coaching position of lowa's football program. The former Michigan great came to Iowa from Washington State college, where he had a great rec- ord. Previous to coaching on the Pacific coast, "Evy", as he is popu- larly known, served as assistant coach at Pittsburgh, Syracuse and Michigan State college. "Evy" graduated from Michigan in 1941 where he played varsity football and baseball and received the Big Ten medal for excellence in scholarship and athletics. Only 34 years old, "Evy" has promised Iowa fans successful football teams in the years to come. FOREST EVASHEVSKI Head Football Coach Paul Brechler, lowa's athletic di- rector, is one of the most youthful and dynamic directors in the Big Ten conference. Serving in his sixth year as director of athletics at the University of Iowa. his name rings a familiar note in intercollegiate ath- letics. Mr. Brechler has assembled one of the finest athletic plants in the nation during his six year reign and has promised even more out- standing improvements in the future. Since being named to his present post in 1946, the athletic department has paid off many of their outstand- ing debts, remodeled the field house. and is formulating plans for new improvements for the vast athletic program. Mr. Brechler has been in- strumental in securing some of the finest coaches in intercollegiate ath- letics. PAUL BRECHLER Director of Athletics Page 329 Y . 5:1 f- A ,M . ,.. .23 X .. ,WA . .K g ' .l s aryl ' ' ' R' x -lf' . X Jul' , . ' ' t f f ' - f - ,ff Qifr' . I Y-, V -W ,." f -- .. -'. ui.: 'I .Au Navi - -Y ,, N ,I 1' , f' 4' ef ' Q.Q.,: Lg . gif fi fm J .1 1 , Q QUYL, 5:1 1 ,., 2-p-- 5' 1-Y-pf Mff 62.11 b '15 vs? ' , -. W - 1. ks A 1 L A, V 3153233 4Q-,.,- ,.,' L,1,.,.,W.1.w . ' Y W P, . ' Q r s""""' "W" A"""'-W ' 4-W -' V 4' wmww'- " H i HQ- f '- ' ,ff A My 0, 1 , 1, gtg 1 I ' f k'."h, if' Y' W , A A , A Q5 -K K Q 1 --- , II N. ' A -X A ' s, - , I ..- "X -N ,fx Nm 4 ' ,, 1 if fWl1 :mA- ' 1. 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Wiscons1n's powerful offense began to roll as the Badgers pushed across a touchdown and a Held goal to lead IO to 7 at halftime. The Hawkeyes offense bogged down in the second half as Wiscon- sin tallied two touchdowns in each Page 334 Iowa runner gets loose for touchdown jnunt. of the last two quarters. Late in the fourth quarter, Don Inman, running on a reverse, threw a scoring pass to end Dan McBride which caught the Badger defense napping and Badgcrs stopped for no gain. gave Iowa its second touchdown. Iowa gained only 23 yards rush- ing and H5 yards passing. Six Hawkeye passes were intercepted, while Iowa pilfered one Badger toss. Although a two touchdown un- derdog, Iowa stunned Ohio State by whipping the Buckeyes, 8 to 0, in one of the major upsets of the 1952 season. A crowd of 45.659 saw the great defensive battle at Iowa City. 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'jar ' . innesota-17 Iowa- tire contest, as Minnesota was held Minnesota's Gophers scored I7 points within eight minutes in the last quarter to topple Iowa, 17 to 7. A homecoming crowd of 60.000 at Minneapolis saw the Hawkeyes Page 336 dominate play throughout the en- to only 49 yards rushing. Iowa scored first, after recovering a Gopher fumble, and marched 61 yards for the touchdown. VV'ith Binkey Breeder, Dusty Rice, and Don Inman cracking the big Gopher line. Iowa moved to the Minnesota 44. Inman then broke through left tackle on a 33 yard jaunt to the ll. Broeder drove over for the touch- down. Ierry White converted to give Iowa a seven point lead, going into the fourth quarter. Rice romps for a touchdown. Minnesota scored ten points with- in a minute and a half in the fourth quarter to pull ahead of the Hawk- eyes, IO to 7. The Gophers scored again on a ten yard pass to wrap up the game. Inman and Rice led Iowa hall carriers with 120 and 108 yards gained respectively. The Hawk- eyes completed only two passes, both by Rice for only 14 yards. Iowa outgained the Gophers in total yardage, 309 to 157 yards. Sawyer grabs an Irish from behind. Failing to score for the first tim-2 of the season. Iowa fell before mighty Notre Dame, 27 to 0. be- fore a home crowd of 46,000. Iowa threatened flvc times, but failed to capitalize on any touch- down attempts. Notre Dame led thc Hawkeyes, I4 to 0. at halftime, on the virtue of a series of running plays through the Iowa line amd n sensational 86 yard punt return by All-America, johnny Lattner. Iowa's ground attack was stymied. but Burt Britzmann and lack Hess, Iowa's leading passers, flooded the air with passes to keep the Hawk- eyes in contention. The third quarter was completely dominated by Iowa. as Dan Mc- Bride madc numerous acrobatic snags of passes thrown by Brit:- mann. but the Hawkeyes' offente bogged down as they continually lost the ball in the shrdcw of the Notre Dame goal. 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'X . , I f, N 4. 5 f '45 - Qi by ., Lmahxv 'dv 2' a'f',1' ' I' Q I' 'Ty 13161345 H Q -'FQ' 5, 9 aw n liz' ", digg.. . any Em' ,V x V , 'V H ,f Q . 4 ,Q 7 ' P A-3... i ,lk ,J Xi vb N BASKETBALL lirst row: McBride, Kitchen, Nugent, Stark. Davidson. Stcngcr, Iensen sr-cond row: Hass, Miller, larnigan. Mau, Thompson, Hcttrick, Diehl, Davis, Campbell. third row: Alsop. Schultz, Buckles, Ridley, Roeder. Dc Gunther. Elliott, O'Connor. Herb Thompson and Deacon Davis led the 1952-53 Hawkeyes to a season's record of I2 wins and 10 loses. Iowa won 9 and lost 9 in Big Ten competition to finish sixth. Coach Bucky O'Connor, serving in his second year as head basketball coach at Iowa, used Thompson and Davis at the forwards, Gene Het- trick and Bob Miller at centers, and Charles Iarnigan and Bob Mau or Ken Buckles at the guards during the season which featured upsets of highly regarded Minnesota and Illinois. Bill Stenger, a scrapy little guard, who became eligible at midyear. was also instrumental in the Hawkeyes Page 340 l'lne late seasons play as was ie- scrve spot player, lerry Ridley. Other outstanding reserves for the Hawkeyes were "Whitey" Diehl. Merle Iensen, and Dan McBride. Davis was Iowa's high scorer for the year, finishing in the top twenty in Big Ten scoring while Thompson. Mau, and Iarnigan were noted for their great rebounding and floor play. Thompson was selected to participate in the annual East-West all star game at New York City and was named,to the third Big Ten all conference team. while Davis was a member of the second team. Thompson, Mau, and Mc- Bride Will be lost by graduation. FRANK "BUCKY" OCONNOR Head Basketball Coach .Q 0 .1 ' R. X f ': M. I M ' . N S, 2 lil p, , ,: A1 ' .. ff' 3 V 2 .gk-, X 4 x . ALL ' -'21 I , :' 5 R' 2 'lx sr l "1 Q, - A., an 3, -if' P i 1 x .9 4 Q A 55111 A 11535, I 3 ' P Sr! 42' ' Y , ' Xi: 9. M 1 1 ik me x A , E J if Y i .J fel t 1 I 0 AV Q Xu, MA V, Q L! Cf X 4 I -f A . .- ,, i I at f ' J ,E f 2 ' V.-m:g:m A Q1 I L Q E , ,v Q -, ., ,,- 3 . as ,Aiahx Q' 1 :fl iv., ' 4 1 qff, t A 5. " s f . 1 X :Url ' Q, 4 V N fl if 'Y 4. 'Kev -.., 'B f- an ,X , .ggw 1 2 uvig I f . , . 4 4 ' 16 ii W 1 f' 5 4 , . 1 a ,N f fi A f X2 2 w nw ' V' ng ' - in X A Q 51 Q Q -We 4.3 'Mi 5. T1 4, CHEERLEADERS Iowa's cheerleaders were respon- sible for the great spirit that the stu- dent body attained during the 1952- 53 athletic season. Leaders for the season were Al Waxenberg, Reed l-lartsook. Marge Hoffman, Phyllis Schultz. Marilyn Gilchrist, Ann Kensinger, and Chris Hertz. Diane Burkett and Elaine Patrou were added to the group at midyear to replace those who gracluatcd. These spirited Iowa boosters led lowa cheers at home football games as well as the Minnesota, North- western, Purdue, lllinois and ln- diana games played away. They led cheering at Iowa's ten home basket- ball games. New cheerleaders will be chosen to replace the graduating seniors. Hartsook, Schultz and Hoffman. next fall in the annual tryouts. They will be chosen by those still on the squad, since an elected cheerleader maintains his place on the squad throughout his school career. Gu, H1iu'lrs.' Hoffman. Hertz. Kcnsingrr, Hartsook, Rose, Waxenherg, Gilchrlst .1-' BASEBALL 1 Vogel directs practice in ffcldllousc Iowa's baseball squad under coach Otto H. Vogel won 12 and lost 14 in the 1952 season. The Hawkeyes finished ninth in the Big Ten with a 5-8 record. A six-game series with Arizona opened the season for the Hawk- eyes, but Iowa won only one game, 8-6, While losing five, 0-3, 4-11,3-6. 3-4, 2-3, 7-8. The Hawkeyes won their seventh and eighth games from Notre Dame, 7-2 and 3-2. A double- header with Bradley was split, 5-2 and 2-10. An easy victory over Luther, ll-7 was followed by a split with Minnesota, 0-6 and 6-l. A shutout over Western Illinois. 7-0, was the only no-run game for an Iowa opponent lor the season. The Hawkeyes split a doubleheader Page 346 with Michigan State, 3-10 and 4-1, but then dropped two straight games to Purdue, 2-3 and l-4. An easy victory over Coe, 12-1. was the last non-conference game for the Hawkeyes. A loss to Wiscon- sin, 4-7, was followed by two wins over Ohio State, 5-2 and 5-l. Iowa closed out the season by splitting a double header, 1-4 and 4-3 with Illinois. Duane Brandt, senior centerfield- er. was the leading batter with an average of .3l4. Other leading hit- ters were lack Lundquist, .297, Ed Lindsey, 282, and Don Waldi'on. .278. The fourteen letter men included pitchers Robert "Whitey" Diehl. Merle Iensen, Ed Lindsey, and Al- OTTO H, VOGEL Head Baseball Coach bert Lenski. lnfielders were Frank Bok, Iamcs Cilck, Iohn Hess, lack Lunclquist, Don Stcnger, and Don Waldron. Outflelclers receiving let- ters were Brandt, Robert Beals, and larry Hilgenberg. and catcher, Bill Vana. Three Hawkeyes served double duty dudng the season as Frank Bok played in both the outfield and infield, Ed Lindsey played left Field and was one of the Hawkeye moundsmen. Ierry Hilgenberg doubled as a catcher and outfielder. Of the letterwinners, only Duane Brandt, Albert Lenski, Don Stenger, and Bill Vrana were lost by gradua- tion. Jerk fe gk. Ona flonrvr romir Page 347 L SVVIMIVII G first row: Lucas, Christiansen, Tucker, Pennington second row: Broader. Weber. Mana, Iohnson, Higgins third row: Allen, Labahn, Holleran. Mullahey, Van De Water, Kutyna, Armbruster After a slow start, Iowa's spirited swimmers went on to place fourth in the Big Ten conference meet held in Iowa City. Losses to Wisconsin. Michigan and Northwestern were followed by victories over Minne- sotafi Purdue and Illinois in dual meet competition. Richard Pennington was the Hawkeyes leading scorer in dual meet swimming and also set a new Iowa record in the 50 yard free- style. Willis Weber, another high scorer, erased thc old Iowa record for the 220 yard backstroke, In the 300 yard medley relay, Weber, Don Labahn and Tom Tucker proved to be the best com- bination in meet competition with David Van De Water, Don Ku- Page 348 tyna, and Bob Iustice as alternates. Iowa's leading 220 yard free styler was Keo Mana, while Dennis Rob- erson placed in many dual meets in the same event. Pennington was the most consistant scorer in the 50 and 100 yard freestyle events along with Wally Nicholson and lustice, the other outstanding sprinters. Ron Iohnson was the I'Iawkeye's leading tanker in the 150 individual medley along with Van De Water. Iohnson and Kutyna were the top breaststrokers on the squad of sev- enteen. The outstanding diver was Otto "Bunny" Broeder. Weber and Ed Mullahey were Iowa's best in the 200 yard backstroke event. Rob- erson and Tucker were consistnnt scorers in the 400 yard freestyle. 1 DAVID ARMBRLISTER Head Swimming Coach Q-.- W-A...-... 'P With Ted Wheeler, Stan Levin- son, LeRoy Ebert. Gary Scott. lead- ing the Hawkeye tracksters in the mile relay event, the Iowa Cinder- men under Francis X. Cretzmeyer compiled a very successful track re- cord for the 1953 season. Although Iowa's mile relay was one of the outstanding in the nation, the Hawkeyes had other outstanding performers such as Richard Fergu- son, distances, Bob Henard, broad jump and sprints, Charles Boylan, 440 yard dash, hurdlers, Frank Schwengel. Iim Milani and Dick Fowler. Levinson was also an out- standing broad jumper and Wheeler was one of the top middle distance- men in the midwest. FRANK X. CRETZMEYER Head Track Coach Page 350 first row: Cretzmeyer, Wheeler. Ferguson, Fudge, Ebcrt, Levinson. Greenberg second row: Rosen, Dreibelbis. Stcarncs, Morch, Van Ahsen. Nolf. Wright. Scott. Dnnitz third row: Gruvcr, Hirl, Palmer. Henard, Schwengcl, Burton, Boylan. Clark. Liilce, Fowler TRACK 9. ' ji x. :A I ' X 'G . X Q I Xxx CRUSS COUNTRY Coach Francis X. Cretzmeyei-'s harriers had a very successful sea- son as the Hawkeye distance run- ners placed third in the Big Ten conference meet, won four dual meets and had a first place winner in the NCAA championships. Dual meet victories were over Wisconsin, Minnesota and Mis- souri, The Hawkeyes suffered their only setback to Marquette in the first meet of the season by a single point, 28-27. Richard Ferguson, a sophomore from Canada, was an Olympic run- the outstanding of the season. to new records ner in 1952 and Hawkeye runner Ferguson flashed in every meet, including the Big Ten meet at Chicago and the NCAA championships in New York City, as he upset the nation's best dis- tance runners. Terl Wheeler, lanky junior from Evanston, Illinois, was the squad's second best scorer as he was runner- up to Ferguson in many dual meets and-copped third place in the Big Ten conference meet. Other outstanding runners for the Hawkeyes were Captain Virgil Van Ahsen, Herbert Morch, Arthur Fudge and LeRoy Ebert. The sev- enth position was alternated by three promising harriers, Neil Gruv- er, Elvin Hirl and Bruce Noll. first row: Noll. Gruver, Fudge. Cretzmeyer second rom: Rosen, Ferguson. Van Ahsen. Vllhcelcr third row: Ebert, Hirl. Morch Page 352 ,, W first row: Gerlsn-ia, Heaton. Hanson, Engelhy, Woodrulf rccond row: Byron, Duggan. Shining, Leinbaugh, Myers, McCuskcy WRESTLING Under Coach Dave McCuskey, serving his first year as wrestling coach at lowa, the Hawkeye grapplers took fourth place in the Big Ten cham-4 pionships held at Bloomington, Indiana, George Myers, lowa's Big Ten champion in the l9l-pound class. was undefeated during regular season's play, while 167-pound Don Heaton lost only one match before the Big Ten championships. Other outstanding wrestlers were LeRoy Hansen. 123, Phil Duggan. 130, Laurence Gertsma, 147. Charles Woodruff, I57, Lyle Leinbaugh, 167, and Streeter Shining. heavyweight. ln the Big Ten championships, Myers placed sec- ond in the 177-poundlclass, Heaton was third, and Shining NVZIS fourth. lowa had eleven points to tie wkhlndmna Myers, Leinbaugh, Duggan and Heaton will he lost to the squad by graduation. This is a sport of brawn Page 353 rst ron Kroth Barnes Ricr Hill, Van Ginkcl, Olmstead second row Klotz Bcckstrom Iohnson, Fletcher, Sticklcy. Houscr, Chennult third rou Fowler Ogesen Lmihm, Andrews. Cherry. Adams, Nadig TENNIS Coach Don Klotz's netsters compiled one of the most outstanding records of any Iowa tennis team in history. Dual meet victories were over Missouri. Washbiirn, Kansas, Kansas State, Washington of St. Louis, lllinois Normal, Wisconsin, Illinois, Brad- ley, and Minnesota. Losses were to Big Ten cham- pion, Indiana, Kalamazoo, and Notre Dame. ln three meets, Iowa's opponents failed to score a sin- gle point. lowzfs worst showing was against thc Hoosiers of Indiana. as they lost, 9-0. In the Big Ten meet at Evanston, Iowa garnered third place as many of the Hawkeyes pulled major upsets, including Norman Barnes' upset victory in the singles, as he upset lndiana's ace for the cham- pionship. Members of this outstanding squad were Barnes, Dusty Rice, Bob Richards, Bruce Higley. Gordy Chapman, Roger Kroth, Don Olmstead, Bob Soll, and Howard Hill. lowa's fencing team under the guidance of Dr. Lucien Morris won one and lost seven during dual meet competition and finished last in the Big Ten conference meet, Losses were to Wisconsin twice. Michigan State, Illinois, Ohio State, Chicago. Notre Dame. and the vic- tory was over Northwestern. Mem- bers of the squad include lim Fish- er, Mike Gibbs, lim Halbach in the epee, Lloyd Holsinget, Bill Brauer. Warren Pearson in the sabre, and Francis Craig, Dean Kenny. lim Corwin in the foil event. FENCING Touchi Hrst row: Kenny. Holsingcr. Waller, Craig. Christensen second row: Halbach. Corwin. Fischer. Pearson. Brauer. Dr. Morris Page 355 - i RIFLE TEAM Iowa's riI'Ie team under the direc- tion of Lt. Warner, Director of Marksmanship. won one and lost five during the 1952 season. The sharpshooters finished seventh in the Big Ten conference meet. Losses were to Iowa State, 1875 to 1817. Wisconsin three times. 1391 to 1375, 1391 to 1380, 1397 to 1345, and Coe College, 1863 to 1817. The Hawkeyes garnered their only dual meet victory over Coe, 1364 to 1354. Page 356 ,MQ XNQW-w .. Three Iowa riflemen placed in the Big Ten conference meet. Iohn Westwick's elforts were good enough for fifth place. Stan Iames hit enough targets to garner four- teenth, and Ron Green finished twenty-Iirst to account for Iowa's showing among the more than Iifty top sharpshooters in the midwest. Members of the Iowa rifle squad for 1952 were Iames, Green, West- wick, Don Groeneveld, Walter Iones, and Plenny Bates. Iames. Westwick, Green, and Groeneveld are veterans from last year's squad. Lt. Warner succeeded Lt. Col. H. Dilley as director of the rifle squad for the University of Iowa. first row: Westwick, Green. Groeneveld second row: Iames, Lt. Warner. Iones. not shown: Bates A Acacia, 260, 261 Air Seniors. 179 Alpha Chi Omega. 300, 301 Alpha Delta Pi, 302. 303 Alpha Delta Sigma. 110 Alpha Epsilon Pi, 262, 263 Alpha Kappa Kappa, 118, 119 Alpha Kappa Psi, 60, 61 Alpha Lambda Delta. 108 Alpha Phi Omega, 207 Alpha Tau Omega, 264, 265 Alpha Xi Delta, 304, 305 Alumni. 233 American Pharm. Assn,, 132 Army Seniors, 178 Art Building Features, 196. 197 Associated Students of Engineering. 77 Athletic Director, 329 Audio-visual. 77, 172 B Band and Director, 194 Baseball. 346, 347 Basketball, 340-344 Beauties, 136-151 Beta Theta Pi, 266, 267 Billy Mitchell Squadron. 180 Board of Education. 45 Board of Publications, 163 C Cadet Colonel, 140 Cadet Colonel Attendants, 141 Campus Carnival, 41 Campus Guests. 36, 37 Canterbury Club, 221 Central Party Committee, 212 Cheerleaders, 345 Chi Epsilon, 78 Chi Omega, 306. 301 Chorus and Director, 192 Christmas Formal, 28 Club Cabaret. 35 Collegiate Chamber of Commerce, 57 Commerce. College of. 50-63 Commerce Seniors, 52-56 Communications, 152-175 Topical Index Communications Center, 153 Cross Country, 352 Currier, 237-240 Currier Boards. 238. 239 Currier Council, 240 Currier Sweetheart Formal, 33 Currier Queen and Attendants, 149 D Dad's Day, 24 Daily Iowan, 160-162 Danforth Chapel, 105 Deans and Directors. 46-49 Debate and Discussion, 174. 175 Delta Gamma, 310, 311 Delta Delta Delta, 308. 309 Delta Theta Phi, 88 Delta Sigma Pi, 58, 59 Delta Sigma Delta, 68, 69 Delta Tau Delta, 270, 271 Delta Zeta. 312, 313 Delta Upsilon, 272, 273 Delta Chi, 268. 269 Dentistry, College of. 64-71 Dentistry Seniors, 66, 67 Design Show, 195 Dolphin Attendants, 145 Dolphin Club, 215 Dolphin Queen. 144 Dolphin Show, 214 E Election Day, 22 Electrical Engineers, 78 Engineering. College of, 72-79 Engineering Seniors, 74, 75 Eta Kappa Nu, 76 F Fall, 12 Fall Features, 13 Fencing, 355, Fine Arts and Music Features, 190 Football Coach, 329 Football Games, 330-339 Football Team, 328 Forensics Association, 173 G Gamma Alpha Chi. 110 Gamma Delta. 222 Gamma Phi Beta, 314, 315 Graduate College, 81-83 Graduation. 133 Greek Week, 21 Gymnastics, 351 H Hancher, 44, 45 Harvest Hop, 15 Hawkeye, 154-157 Highlanders, 187 Highlanders. 187-189 Hillcrest Chorus, 249 Hillcrest Council, 247 Hillcrest Features, 246-248 Hillcrest Queen and Attendants, 148 Hillel, 226 Homecoming, 18, 19 Homecoming Dance, 20 Home Economics Club, 128 I lnterfraternity Attendants, 145 lnterfraternity Council, 259 lnterfraternity Formal, 31 lnterfraternity Pledge Prom, 30 lnterfraternity Pledge Queen and Attendants, 146 lnterfraternity Queen, 142 lowa Christian Fellowship, 223 I Iournalism Laboratories, 170, 171 Iunior Panhellenic Council, 298 K Kappa Alpha Theta, 316, 317 Kappa Epsilon, 131 Kappa Kappa Gamma, 318, 319 Kappa Phi. 225 L Law Features. 85 Law. College of, 84-89 Law Seniors, 86, 87 Page 357 Liberal Arts Features. 91 Liberal Arts, College of, 90-1 1 I Liberal Arts Seniors. 92-104 Library, 167 Lutheran Student Association, 220 M Magazine X. 158, 159 Marketing Club, 56 Married Student Housing. 256. 257 Mecca Ball, 32 Mecca Queen and Attendants. 147 Medical and Dental R.O.T.C.. 184 Medical Features, 113 Medical Student Council, 121 Medicine, College of. 112-121 Medicine Seniors, 114, 115 Military Ball, 186 Military Reviews, 185 Military Stalfs, 176 Miss SUI, 138, 139 Miss SUI Attendants, 136, 137 Mortar Board, 106 N Newman Club, 227 Nursing Features, 122 Nursing, College of. 122-127 Nursing Seniors, 124-126 Nu Sigma Nu, 117 ' Nu Sigma Phi, 121 O Omicron Delta Kappa, 107 Orchestra and Director, 193 Orientation, 14 P Pageant Week. 34 Panacea, 40 Panhelleuic Council, 229 Panhellenic Formal. 29 Pershing Regiment. 183 Pershing Rifles Reg. Hq., 183 Pharmacy Features, 129 Pharmacy Page, 128 Pharmacy, College of, 128-132 Page 358 Pharmacy Prize Prom, 32 Pharmacy Seniors, 130, 131 Phi Alpha Delta. 88 Phi Beta Pi. 120 Phi Delta Phi, 89 Phi Delta Theta, 274, 275 Phi Epsilon Kappa, 111 Phi Epsilon Pi, 276, 277 Phi Eta Sigma, 108 Phi Gamma Delta, 278, 279 Phi Gamma Nu. 62, 63 Phi Kappa Psi. 282. 283 Phi Kappa Sigma. 284, 285 Phi R110 Sigma, 116 Pi Beta Phi, 320, 321 Pi Kappa Alpha. 286. 287 Pi Tau Sigma, 79 Play Night, 25 Pontoniers. 181 Profile Reviews. 23 Psi Omega, 70, 71 Q Quad Chorus, 257 Quad Council, 250 Quad Features, 252, 253 Quad Queen and Attendants. 150 R Radio Engineers, 78 Registration, 14 Rifle Team, 356 Roger Williams Fellowship. 222 R.O.T.C. Rifle Team, 183 S Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 288, 289 sigma Chi, 290, 291 Sigma Delta Chi, 109 Sigma Delta Tau, 322. 323 Sigma Nu. 292, 293 Sigma Phi Epsilon, 294, 295 Sigma Theta Tau,.127 South Quad Council. 254 Speech Pathology. 166 Spring Features, 39 Student Advisors Committee, 213 xx. -s..-2, Student Art Guild, 206 Student of Bethany Fellowship. 220 Student Christian Council, 219 Student Council, 208, 209 Swimming, 348. 349 T Tau Beta Pi, 76 - Television Studios, 168, 169 Tennis, 354 Theater Features, 198-205 Theta Sigma Phi, 109 Theta Tau, 77 Theta Xi, 295, 297 Town Men, 255 Town Women, 245 Track, 350 U Union Activities, 16. 17 Union Board, 210 Union Board Subcommittees. 21 1 United Student Fellowship, 221 University Women's Associa- tion, 228--230 W Wesley Foundation, 223 Westlawn Boards, 241 Westlawn Features, 242, 243 Westlawn Queen and Attendants, 151 Westminster Fellowship. 219 Winter Features, 27 Womens Cooperative Dormitories, 244 Women's Recreation Associa tion, 231, 232 Wrestling. 353 WSU1, 164, 165 Y Young Democrats, 217 YMCA, 226 Young Republicans, 216 YWCA, 224 Z Zeta Tau Alpha, 324. 325 llllrllus. Mllry Lum-illn, 124, 127 A mmull, lmllllnl-lf M., sz, :lou Almnu. Orris lm.-lm, 2157 Qlllmll, lllrlllml ll.-igl., 1714, 291 l..-ls, .n...l... Am.. :ua A lllmd. Ru...-ll Allyn, :nfl Allrnlmlllsml, lei.-llllr-l C.. me A.-k.-rl.-y, mlm- lullm, zen Admns , An-ln-ll lllmly, :lun Adams, lhlrlnllwl Ellen, IXUS! Atllulls . vllllllll lx.-ml. 70 Athlllls. David Musull. l'lll, 175, 271 Allllmg, Jul... ll.-ln-y, mu, 273 Allllms, Jul... l-'l-.-ll.-rl.-k. nz. mv. asv Aflmllg, Knrilyn Kay, 92. als Allms, Marilyn my. lu, als Allmlls, Nmll-y lllllll, 225, :ll Adnllls, NMI Arthur, 22N Allnlllx . Rim-hnrnl l'., llll, llli Allllllls, sum. l-:., ma. 224, Illll A-lm., Willinnl liarl, 279 Allmllsl-ll. vnlllfl-S lc..-. 21N Alllllllml., la.-.lm NVnllm-v, se, 295 Alllrr. Adlvr. xmwy l..-l-. 92. :max Sully ln..-, ua Agnu, Jmllcs linlll-rl, 273 Alllquisl, Ellwnl-nl R., 1!l9, 2151 Aislrllllr, Frl-mlrivk W., 52 Allllwll, Jenn Pnlllille, 224, XID Albvrs, llollmll' Helm. 7-I Alllrurlll, Rirhllrll R., 2911 Allln-l-I ll. Sllirlvy Ami, HH, lI!2, 210. 211. 305 Alllrilrl ll. l..-my C.. 295 All-Xllllxlvr, I'0llm'n P., lilfi, RIT Allnll. A llvll. Arlvlw Grnlunu, H2 Frnllkliu R.. 'HS Allcll. Urvillu LW. 201 Allinstll Alliann, um. .Tuul-As R.. U2 Altlnlnh. Snllllwl Kllxsvl, H9 Alllhur ll. NVilli1lm Lt-roy, 279 Alnvllrl, Rirllllrll Frank. 279 Am-inn muy .lnym 92. em, ual Student A:4h'sllll. Gnnrllu D.. 257 ,x.,.ll.ll..., ll...-.-ll lc., TT Auvr, fin-nrgu Glwlgury. llll Alllwvs, llorlmrd XV.. 269 mllll...-lz, mlm..-N lzullf-.ll-. Allmll. Jul...-S cllrlllm. 2 Aw.-M., llmlllllau ,x,. 7x B 92 N7 lhllulr, Yvillilllll l'1llI!4'lll'. TD, 250 Ilnrllhlll, llrllgor Ray, 52, 56, 2 Um-in Viuvvut R.. GH ... lx..-0... lmlmrl. ll.-l..-, :us llllllm-l-, l-zllwllrll w.. nz. 179 ll...-.lol-, lmlllllll Img...-, 14, ws, 71, -:ll v lm.-llr, G.-...gn wnlslllll, l.: Um-r, Dzwid Unrwill. 289 llnl.-y, slllll- ll.. 512. :lll lmk.-r, .xml Eliml..-lu. ul zus, ann. :mn :l,2ll llnkvr. lhlrhurn. 1-Hi. HI9 lhlkvr. lil-vm-rly, il I 9 Hnkn-l', Frnllk Henry, 2Tl llllkor. John Mitvlu-ll. llll, 117 lluk.-r, Alnry .1.nm, :lull Unk-r, Zmln Eliznln-Ill, tl 2 llllkl-ll.:-L.. mlm Nm.. me mn, 1-luyxl lu.-l...r.l, nz. lm. 271 lXlllhull3'lu'. Rnlwrl N.. 207. 2 271 lhlllivl. Huh-ll Jlulv. 2109 lllllxll-r, lm......l.l lz.. zml lm..-, Rmllll-y slnwllrl, usa lxllllus. Lnrrl' llwm-. 2117 ll..l.k.l-ll, l..-nl.. ll.. sz lm...-.-ll, l:..l..-rl ma.-nv, 211 linrllvlx .h-llll. 52 lll.r.l.l.-y, mall...-ll lv.. se. 59 llnrkvr. xml--y Alum. mn. 1107 ll..rmml. llllmlll S.. IRI llnrull, nl...-pl. lam...-llfl. lllmlf-s, llmlllll lllmlsl-. 1 -.. ..- 56, ill KV! ln. Ihnllnrd. Llulnnlm In-0. 224. 317 Index lx.-.-ll.-, lhlrllm ml.-ll. zu ll.-.-lm, l-ll,-lla. lllllilll-, 92, 2:17. 123151 llvvbuul. Nnrnm .Tmlnun-, Zur: In-vknmn. lhmnil- Ll--. 512. :Hn lh-nkllmll, llrxlvu 114-lluis. lim lhwklun " l li ll, .Tnlm ,xlll-.-ll, 92, :ov ll.-.vl-, .llmws l-mn. :slr ll...-rl., xl...-ll-ll .ll-lu.. zu? llvllrl-ull..-ll. .xl-ll--ll l-I., 212. ml ls.-lm-lls, lm.-lm-ll la, ms, lan :1:l. 2:17, 240 ll.-l-lm..-.-k.-, clulrl.-S. :ln ll.-lglllul, lelfllllrll H.. :nv ll.-l...l. llil-llllrmlllms.215.2155 Ih-ie.-r. SI:--rllnm ll.. 263 lx.-ll, Fr.-.l Arthur, :las ll.-ll, ll..-l, llli ll.-lnlmy. .llllm-5, IIT ll.-ll..-, lm.-l...r.. All... nal. :lu ll.-llallm-. lla.-lm-l A.. 2115 ll.-ln...-S. llil-lllml 1-Q., cus, can llulvilll-. lwlllllll ll.. llzl. l2l ll.-ml... 'l'lu.llm. JM...-S, 1l:l, Ill! lhwulvr. Gvrzllllilw ll., 93, IH7 lh-lulvr, Jllrk llvllry Jr.. Dil, l79, BSU llolu-:liz-l. Edwin P., 74. 77, 'IH llvllvkv, lhldulpll John, 021 llmljlllll ll.-ll...-r. ll.-ll...-ll. ll...-...ml ll., nal. 17h in, lhlul Yu-rub, Sl!! Rin-llnrll H., 1:13 lllwllwll. Mllry Jllllr, 1519 ll.-l..l.-ll, lz.l..-l.ll.ra.- l:,. lu-l ll.-lm... xvlll-nl.. sm., uzl, ns lxmlmmrl-l-, llevl-fly J., :lun ll.-.-ml. lvl-m.l. vl... Jr., :ln ll.-mn..-ll. l-:ml-.1 ll.. 74, 11., 'Iri Ilerreln. Juhn K., Sill! ll.-rg, lclflllml Mllrlln, ma ll.-rg. lm..-l-1 .xm..l., 271 mfg.-, lu.-lllml ll.-ml.-, HIS ll.-rg...-, A. Fred .lr., 'gm ll.-mu.-...., lllmm l..-.-. leo llnrlw, .mlm R.. :ss llmmy, .llnlll xv.. IIT, 121 X, Willis .l.llll.-., 14, wa lxml.-N... Carl lf., 271 ,xll.lfr.m.. lm......l.l l..-e. 251 Allllxlrsllll, Dwigllh Dmlll, 289 lxllllm.-ll J...-lg lim,-, ess ,xl..l.-ml.. .1-ml...-1.-l. ll., cm: Allll.-ml... .my llllmlll, :vu Allllm-...ll Lllrrlll S., 211. :va Alulf-rsml Rivllllrd A., 2-57. 2-I9 Alldvrmll liirlmrd W., 251 A llllvrsun Aluivx-soul Allzlvrsun Alulm-nun. Snlllnulhn J.. Illl . Virginia M.. 220, 307 Willilllll R., 213, 267 XYillilllll II., IOS, 235 .xllarl-...M JM...-S ll.. sz. ITE! Amlrl-ws, .xml llun-ll-n. :lux Ann.-1.1-rg, Alu-ll ll.. lm lm...-S, xx'.ll-vw .l..s.-pl., :lm llnrruu. .hum Judith, lzlsl. 1-l:l, :l2l nu, lam. llllm-lu. llng.-r llmli., 1:0 lllll-ul, llmllllfl l.mllil-. IS2 ll...-ll-l. ll..rl.llly Jn...-l llllrll-ls. ll.-v.-fly All... lam.-ls, lmllll.. .mm-, 2324, :lla ll...-l.-ls, ml..-ll.-.l lwy. . 92. 2-Ili 92. 3l.l lu.f4,2l:l. llil. lm lxllrllmlmlll-.v. I-il..-ill l-'.. 59 llllrllmlllw, filwgl- w., leo Iinrlloll. I'lull ll. Jr.. 2ll,2S1! llnrlu, Gln-ll Rowv. 52. 254 llllrmn. .llnlll .lm...-S, ll...-lmwl., lxm-rly J.. I To 92 Ilulrlll wk, Vhtlllll A., IXUS! Ansun, lilnl'y.'Inlm,1iI:4, 21 Allllwlly, Jlmlfl- Mm-, nz. 229, RIS llllllmlly. ml..-rl 1... sa lxllllmlly. slwl-mm. llmw. 275 .x..l...., lm....... my, -ms .xllmlllsl-ll, .n.l..- K., :ul l, :ml 224. lla. .-x,-lllllll. Pl..-lla. lam, nz, :nl Aplill. Doris Mar. 2218 ,xl.,.l.-gm.-, vlmrl.-S xv.. 52. mn. 279 Arvluls, Rnlulllll Lvrny. 92 An-nz. Exlxvnrnl U.. RG, NN Arilllsn-ll, Rirhnrd Lon-, 56, Arkuff, lm..-rl Sidney, ll. Arlllslrnml. hnvid A., 275 250 -x Al-lll.ll-nllg, slmllr.. ll., :lm . lmlm.. nel... w., eu Arunll. f'lmrh's llnlw, 52. I 1150 Al-ll.-r. Alam...-l All... ne .Null-llllmllll-r. zm- ll.. l Ml., w..lla.f.- llll-am, ll.: 7-L IF Aslxlnn, Ruth lu-v.-fly, em, nal ll...-Z, llllrl-y lmllmll-. 249 llnl.-S, ml...-ll-X lull..-rl, :lm ln...-.., mlm- ,ll...l., :lla lxllm. l-l.-.my J., ms, lm lull..-ll, .lllllll sllllm. su lull...-l-, ll.-.-.-fly ll.. rl.: lm..-r, .mwl. uns. -:nn lllllwrh-, Rim-llln-rl Furl, S9 lhllllll, llvl's1'llvl. 74 lhxulll, .Ynlln NVillinlll, 76 lhllllll, Myron Hvrllnrd, 39 ll..ll.l-ll. lmm.-r Virgil, me llllwll.-l., alll...-S wyllll, on lhmls, lhirllllrll Jvlul, LHS lhulls, Gnrllml Dullklnx, 203 llvnls, liollvrk l'hnl'h's. 52, 293 llvllll, l'llnl'l0s X.. 120 lin-llrll. l'llll'h'ilx Eileen, IN.: lh-rk, ll,-rm. .n.lm. :l l, 271 ll.-.-lm, l,...ll. lull..-lml. lsll 'lll-lflullllll, vm. 1... :ln lhvklllllll. Knlllfyll hull, 92, 149, --'ll ll.-1-kxll-mn. Jllllll. 275 lx.-lllluw. sun-lny All... 92 ll.-lml.-ll., x..rllll.... :ns um, Murim- H., sul. 216 ll.-mlm.-, .llllmim M...-, Qs. I-Hi, SHT. 2-Hi llulswllrlll, l.lu,-ll, lzln lx.-ns, xxwlylll- I..-my, em ll.-ll, sllmlrll I..-l-, :ml mn, yl,.,.k.-lllmll. Pell-r J.. uuzl Ilivkvl. Kllrl, IIT Uh-kllrl. Rmlorir-k N.. 93 llidllixllll, Phillip, 259 Iiivrlwr. Run IA-ruy, HH lliul'm'llllllrll, Rllylllulld, 2H1 llillilllls. Virltilxill ll.. 93 llillkvrl. lhlhvrl l'.. 247. 2-Hi llirllmll, mv.-ly.. ll., lzlo, lill llhllv. llllllml nm-. Dil lljllrk. ll...l..lll ln-ml, sm. 1751 lllm-k, lxvlll.-rl ll., lm mm-k. F. llnlllloll-1.931 lllnck, llul-nhl J., HV! lllllir, Rl-x M.. 2-151 Hlnkr. Lnurll .Tulum 225. 21 . ln 'WI Illnskvy. lmrnlrl XYA-ru, 295 llllllll, l....ll.v, la: lllllmk, Jnlllvs V., IIS, 22 lllillks, Edwin ll., 265 llliss, sum... ll., as mis., s,-lvl.. A., zen lllllvll, Gvrnlll S.. 293 Illmlgl-ll,Jl1lllf-5 xl.. zu. 291 lxlmlll..-rg, :amy l.., sz. 115 lll......-, llmllllll .x., :nel lllumv. lhllmr! A.. llrl lllllswr, Rullvfl V.. 52, 59. Im., 297 llhll. Edith A.. 23:4 Illlw, l'urnh- A., 227 Ulullt, Kvitll R., U15 llnrk. WilIilnll,1l:l. ITS, ISI llllrkuwll. Wllliallll A., llil ll...-.flwl-. l'l...rl..ll0 A., mln, :ll1 ll...-llllkl., lilly ll., :lla lalwkl-, lu-l.-r ll., mal. lllwrllu.-. Arthur w,, :ls lx..g..n, .l..m.-. xv.. 2:5 ll..g.-lm-ll, lmmlgllls lx.. 2711 lllllllllmll-l-, willilml E., :all lmllllslll-k, nl-r..l.l l.., em lhllly, mln xl., nu llollll-ll, uwrg. rx., 217 ll..l.l.-ll.-l-. vlllrl.-S l... ul, 2111 llulll.-ll.-l-, .lllllllll A., :mu linlilllz, Mnrillllllv, 93, IHS llnllvr. llmlllllll.. lx., 1:4 lwlllm, 1-'.-ll.-ll., 1411 lllllwllvlllw, ll.-...lk u., sm lllmllll, u...'.- l... :ml lhmlll. calmly., sul lllmlll.-, c'lll.rll's A., :sal lllmll-ll-l-k. .l.lm.-5 ll., :au lim-ls. lr..l-nllly M., :lla llurlllllll-, Muriv'I'., lzlu, lzll llmllllrl, ll-ll..-.-l lc., 211 . lhuul ul 2915 IKOVCX, ld,Jnl'ryll,,5L,155, ns, Allan. UZ! lhuwll, lhllullll li., 2711 lluwel-llulm-1'. Jnlllcs H., Elil, mal IGH lluwkc- r. Williullu D.. 67. 7n llowlllaln. Jllllloh ii, 295 llmxlllnll. Nl-ll A., Dil lloyd, llllrlllwn li., HIE, IIO 227 UBI ll...-ln... cm..-l.-. lx., lm, :Ju llnyllul, Rullunl I' IIT ln.,-lv, lmyl.-, lluyl.-. ,'2l1:l Slvlllu-ll F., 267 Susan J.. lhll lllllliul W. llrnvkvll, liuln-rl M., 1111 llmll.-. llrllillu lirllh-y, lillwnrll M llllvlll ll.. 271' l--l, lull-l.l.. lc., lux, :lu ., em llrmull, Mnrgnr-l A., 5121, :luil llrmllll. Null U.. 52 "TU llnlull ll, Jllllws l'I.. ISS. 295 ll llrlmlu-ll, lhlr1ull'lx.I., 921, IH79 llrullrl l, xl..r,- .lam-, :ms . ll.-lm.-.-, willilllll xv., me, :su lx.-lun., Inu-ill II.. lin lm...-l-l...lll. lm..-r K., 277 lm-slllu. xliln... lx., :lm 1h'rnllllmll..hmll lx., 155, 229, 2:20. llrvxllll :il l llllll, xlllll-y .x., :ul lll-ll-.-lllml, lrmllllll ll., 75. 70, 93 lm..-lllllll.lla.-lull-.lll.,17,:7s llrirkn wr, Mxxrjuril- F.. slzl. :ll:l llrllm. llnllln l'., uns luring.- S, .hull-L l'l.,1l:l, urls, :H5 lx.-illg.-S, wllllnl.. lc., lm lirinlghvrcl, li.-ml--ll. l... wl ln-igg.. Al-ll... .r.. uw llrllw, .1.l....l..-. :ln mm., slum lx, xl. Ilrink. Erlwnrd ll., 2Hl lu-lull... ll...-lm... c., :uv llrlml. me llmll.-, llmlly, lm....l.- lx.l....l.- llml-, llnl1,.IxlIln Il.. 93, IUT, l-ull... J.. 277 slluy, :lun l-, lamrlzl-, em .-. ou.. .ll-.. nn, 1711, :lvl ll-.Ill-rl A., llv llrusnll. Knilmrilw M.. 1107 lkrulll. ll:-len. EIIK, IIT, 121 ls.-mlllllllrl. lclllllf-l-ill... l:xl ll.....l... I-mlm..-l .r., ssl llrusllll lu .lunll-2 l.. :rw llmlllll-, ll...-pl. ll,, llli ll.-um., All..-l-1 x., me ll.-ul.-ll, lslmlllll ll., :tn lcmwll, llmlulll K.. 247 lawn...lm.m..nll..n:.s1,lsn llfllwll, lvl-.--lm.-k l... lam Ill-mx ll ,lluilhurt H., Nu, sei llnmll, llllrry w,. 1:l0 llruwll , .lm-Ill. lm, los Page 359 Brown, Armawnlu na, :na hmm, Mnrgurel G., 173, 174, 213 nmwu, Mm-nyn J., H111 Brmm, guvrinia li., 135, 151 1., .uhm-on Y., .' '1'l-mums A.. 93, mv, VIH, 114. 1s:x.:1a.216. 2141 lxmwnlm, noni, 93 Bnwlwr, Min-Inu-1 Pl-. 211 lh-mlmr. Jnnwx R., nv: um.-kxmrsu, John 11., nm lar-mon, :muy hmm 317 xx..fnwf.nx, F1-mm mx. 1-A nur!-, am.-.15 A., mv, M lm.-kms, Rnhert lm., 11:1 nm-ku-y. mm '12, na A lxmlavmmpun, Jvrulxl n.. l-50 lhlelller, Dorothy Ann, 1109 mwmmkn, mum Mm-, 2:19 mmm.-, Wimam H., 179. mo Bmzenstein, Ruben. lil.. 116 mu-1, mm 1-im-fn. 297 Bullard, Jnnms Allvn, ns. 121 mum-, John x.y-mm, sa, so mm-1-, DM-ril N-lsunl 56 umm-ark, Arno xv., .iz xx-msn, Mmwm um-y, 1-n. '11, 'ls lhnrger. Bernard F., 279 u,,f,:.-,-, Carol Ann, 2:40. 311' 1x-mms, Robe-rm c.. asa um-k, Charles F1-ea. 275 In-rw, John '1'h.mms, ns n,,,k,., xnmm XViIh'ml, nn, me Burkett, Damn-. 309 nurkmn. mmm v.. T0 mr,-nm, NM-cy Jw-, 9:1 Burnett, am-u mm. 215 in-rnlmm, Hum-y mf-1. 021 lxnrns, Edwnnl la., 252 Burns, .mmm mm-ae, :sou Burris, Dmxglni Jnmus. NG Burrows, .mm R.. 109, 207, 209 mm, Nm-fy Mnrwf- 309 lmrmn, william ner. 27,9 mmmng, Mm-y Lmnsel 4,2 msn, Jerry Waller- 28-' Hush, Jmpn. 117 lluslmr, non mum, mo mm.-r. Num ummm, 218 Butler. ummla, 93 mmm, sum.-y 1x11m,zzr, mmm, Rivlm.-li xv.. ess umm-ni, mmm, os, 149,240 By!-, ummm xummam, 275 ny.-rs, wa1mm.1mp1., 237 xxmws, Edwnrnl Emmf-mc, 1-1. 257 xxivmm. Jenn, am C Ulblllv, Jmul, 301 cnm-mn, Nzuwy Lee, Qu, ms f'mlwnl!ldel'. Logan, 52, 57, 60 cmkir, mm, 14 Caldwell, Patricia. wa. 211223, een, ms Cnnlwf-xl, wnlmm lx.. 213 cum-Am. nf-urn M., ms, mm Calvin, 1-um-mx x-1., se t'm1wrm., Kathryn mm, 124 Camp, ul-.mud cum-, G7 Cnumv 1.au-ww., nm-yn, ms Cnmpbell, Gormm w., ss, au, :ss runway, mm-xy mm, 319 Cnuuuly, nick Warren. 279 mmmm, nw .msspn, can Umm, 11051-mnry C., 227, 245 cwnma, xuclnn-.1 M., 120, 1:1 ouwg. 1cmm1.1 I..-was, mx vm-rm-gn, smn JM-Q, sm Carey, lxmelmu Luu, an vmy, lug-nu.--11 w., as umunk, lxurnun Arlnn, um, :us cmsnn, Amm mum. 94, :sm nm-lmm. 11.-un Tm.-n, na, 'mv Cnrlson, Edwin Rny, me, 211, em mrnsun, .mmm ms, 245 c..1-nay, William lm., 94, ma cmmfm-fs, ummm 267 cm-.H-nm, Hurnlml S., 279 Page 360 Cnrpenn-r, Nom Jnnv. 313 Carr, Delores. 52, 150, 151,227 vm-r, .Innes Russell. 240 l'tln', Joann Ellen, 205. 238 vmner. G.-om xc.. vs. 11, an Unrsun, David X., 76. TK, Z!!-25 mmm, .mlm 1'1-num, 297 f'nrsu'nsen, Jnvk H., 275 1'..1-Su-lm-n, lmvrmu-0, sa Cnrsumsuxx, Rirlmrd L., 275 l'ln'lel', Daryl lme, 56, 155 vm-.-r, uurlmwl Kay, 219 Cuslnvka, Lynnu Umm-, 259 vm-urs, 1.m-mine May. :mrs Cass, David Williams. 2151 cmaps, Em.-M H.-ul-Y, -zen Cmllk. Carnlyu Rue. 2231, BIS? Ueillvy. Edward H., IIT Cejku, Sianley O. Jr., '10 Cups.-ky, Palsy Rullx, :as Cerlunkv Joseph Alllonv, 94 code, JN-ph c,, sa, 295 cue, mum.:-a mamma, 94, no volume, Ann ,mn-ey, 94 01-hen, Gary Cluarles, asa Fulnell, Kelllmih In.. 263 cohen, Soon 'lbwel-X, 94 comm, uawmu Leon, 277 mb.-rr. .mlm '1'1mmns, 2:41 Pnlburn, Kenneth n., 26.1 mn-. Pnlrir-ia. Am., um, 121 mm-. 'l'lmodnn- P.. 70, 21 1 Uolglnzior, 'rnmlms L., 59 cmxxemm, Mm-van 279 mums, 1:00,-gn R., an Cullum, Paul rn-gem-, 94 umm, mann mug,-, zu runvm, Philip Keith, 74 Colville, 11.-ve,-ly Am., 94 cnwialp, mm- HM-md, my mmm-r. .mm lammxey, :as omupmu, Jam. Dean. ue mm-don, .mug Adair, :ma Vvrvmio, Ria-hard T., Y-19 vuwnnm. 01. cn-mlmm, .nn clmamm, .zmpn '1',, 289 Clmdixua, 'ru Chalk-d, 110.-nufx A., 291 arlulw XV., El-1 ln R:-dell, TT gums Lluyd. 94 cm-mm, xml-lm F., 155, an comer, Hun-yc..1m, me mug-1-, am.-S A., ew Ummm, uwigm E., us Conklin, Jueeph Am-n, 59, wa Chnlupllik. Jvrry YY, 150 Cllnlubers, David R., 130, 132, 250 Chambers, Juno Isabel. 238 Clmlwy, Mary Ann, 94, 231, 307 C'luumel'. Phyllis A., El!! Plmrllml, Nun:-y Frallv. 321 Chase, D1-mm Ammr, su Ulm.-, Phyms mm, 124 L'lmaii'. Rex Gilman, 94 Clmshiill, Sully Sue, 109, 224, 240 cum.-.mwn, .mlm L., :sm Uhelf. Dnnnhl Hi4'lml'l1. 94. 179 i'lmn0,ull, Pnnl Gone, 156, 261 Clwldvrs, Glenn Am-n. us Chinhurg, Dnln Len. 7:-1, am C'lwnlus, Dmmld John, 271 l'hrisN-nsen, Holger Ar. IS2 Ubrislxllisvn, Umulhi E., 295 Cllrislallsvll. Edwurnl NV., 2-I9 Olzrislonson. Robert sq., um l'lll'islcnsvn. Cmllerull, 9-I Cllrislenlsvll, llnvid L, 265 Christ:-nsvn, Marvin D., 267 Chriatunsvll, Thoums P., 215 f'ln'islunsun, Snllllwl U., GS Ullrislvrsull, Ririhnrd, 94. 283 Christian, Julnl R., 94, 179. 259, 253 Pllrislinnsolx. Dnln ff.. 2711 C'llluluu'oU'. Nnrllmll E., 277 vmm-11, Jason From-if, 94 Ullurrh, Pulrim-in, 327 C'luu'rh, Rolwrt Alvin, 207 Pilclk, Julm-s Riclmrd, 94. 179 Cumby, Jam- Alma. 94 vmnhy, Williann R.. 94, 160 vmpp, Lesm Allyn, ew. Clnllsndlllv, Jsvk U., 265 Ulnrk. Hul'hural Ann, YOR, 228, 229, 321 Plnrk. Uruli!! Olds, S6 Ulrlrk, Dvnn LUWMI, 52. 56, 50 vmk, Donald Rnlph, us Ulnrk. Hrvlcsl- Illlmw. 59 clark, rmorgn 1-:am-mn, mm Clark, Gurdon Eugene. 2751 l'lau'k, Fvrry XVnym'. 178 Ulurk, Juan Cnlllvrilm, 317 Ulnrk. Holm Pntrirk, 295 mrk, Marilyn Marie, mms vm-ley, nlynm. lx., am nmunn, ummm Jmpn, 215 Comm-ll, mm-an M., ns co-mm-, J.-W Hilnm.9-1, ao Conrad, Ruherl, nm, 273 Con way Cook. Ju 305 Puck Uouk, Mauriuunv, B01 Marilyn Mnxinu, :H5 9 . Dixie L1-e,20x1, illl mm linrlmrn, 215, 227, awk. Richard .n.mQs, usa emu, w.-man n., com., nmnmmayn, mu, zen cw., XV:1nv.lel Eugene, ms, su cum-.-y, 1-nu-me vlyflp, nes on-muy, James P. Jr., am Venus, mmm Kem, ms camp:-r, .man Lwm, 224, an Cnulwr, Jnlxll Edward, 9-L 1 nmpgr, mary mmille, 94, as 0-qw, Uennun' A.. sn, as Cupnlnnd, Frank 94. 265 K'urrurnlx, William J.. SN Cnrnvlius, l'im-1-.X A., 94 Cornish, lmwlwxvu R., H3 l'oruwnll, Tom XVvndull, SS, Cosgrikf, Daniel H., 217 Cirslns, Uemuivh. 305 Pusligaul, llunnhl J, 227, 250 Cum, Ardys lieuevixwve, 60, 94 Cntlxern, .Tulnvs ll., SS Fran, Ann .I-mn, :us Cruili, Arlo Frank, 247, 249 Praiu, Uuwfrly Ehlillc. 124 cwmuhlir, 1.-W ummm, :s, x 255 l'rnnler, -T. Alum, 289 Craunlnll, Pnrol .rl-nn, su l'l'a1wfu1'd. Runahl G.. I-'10 lfrnwlnrd, Sheryl Ann, ms, vm,-, .mlm D., ws, 293 vmgu-, muy Max, rw Crepzw, Jnhn Mnrslmll. 271 msn-.-xl, winmm M., mo Cx-ivnm, Julm P., 113, lzu Cromer, Juni.-9 ri, 216, 239 vmwn-y, Jus.-p11 N.-il, 217, 2 Proxim-x'. Franklin A., IIB vm-wminbm-y, In-my J., 155, : Fullen, Doris Culelle, 211, 2 ll 3 funn-H. Herschel 1... 74. 16. 5 751 ll P38 5, :HT 85 ill! 27. 78 Clay, u.-.mud ll.-nm, mo cx.-sum. mn-vmmnm. ma, 254 01,-mins. lxmsy hun, :rw rm-lm-mls, J-min. slum, 319 minww, Nmwy .nn-Q. :mu cm--gm., lnm-1.1 ri., mm, vu vu-nz, wnlmm H.. mm l'0hll, lmwis P., Jr.. Sli, :lil Uullle, lh'N'A:in .l0!'- TI X, 229 1-0.-zu-mx, lam-1-.mm I..-1-, aa l'ux'lu'lm. Rmnxltl li.. 180, 220 mm.-mmm. Am-10 lx., aus, an 1, 224. 230. 315 nm-kxlmnr, Rulplx w. J.-.. ss, 2 uae, ass ns, cw-mlalmhm, shea.. A., 221, 245 Cullvr, Churlos E,, 275 D nm-k, JM-k .IA-ninr, su lhmle. cum-xv, Lwas, 111 1mm-, lm.. mwm, me llniploy, Jam :mn-S, 94, zx u zum... snmmm 'mx-rm-, su, mn mmmmzns, Pwr sn, ms Dnllmr, .am-v xmas.-, am xml.-y, umm: mwm-d, um xxmm, Donald sem-r, arf, vo Dime, Rubvrl, Jmm, ua 1'1anz91wn, Mmm xx., 130, asv mnielwn, Charles E., 94, zss xmn-nn, Davin Riel-4.-d, 211 xmknm. George mm, as xnmxm, Mary Rue, 227 mugnmm, Dnxmld P., sa, 119, 239 m.vi.nS.m, Arnold l.., 277 mvmsm., lurk Hman, 295 Dan-ls, mrwrgv mngvm-, mo, ns xmas. Mm- r'rmw.1s. 94 num, ummm B., us, 120 Davis, Ruin-rm lm-is, 14, vs, '77, 79 Davis. .mum-A Allen. so mms, Shirlee mm, su, nos ln-vis, smnley cmmle, zaa lwawym, Rohm Jerry. 111 lleCmnp, Ellm G.. an IJ.-Counter, hen F., so Dvrmnyer, .mm num.-, as, 154 momae, Darrell D.. 2:19 Deizhlun, Rifum-f1 me, asv Dehxvnm, James Alun. 2'i:x m.rmu:, Ah-in Willis, 94 Dulialh, .mms Anwla. 251 llekrany, Warren 11.-my, 120 llelnney, mv:.1.mnws, 94, 221 11.-nike, Mar.-W c,, wo mum-, hulnwr Edward, 249 lmnflmrf, Raymond M., 155,291 llenuer, P1-'mas Join., -zo mpn-nm-, Jerry 293 Dnsss-I, Non-mn vmnk, 271 Herrin-k, .n.vk1,0r.mw, 77, we Devine, umm-in 1-zdwml, 2s1 Dewitt, .mm Allen, 221 mm.-an, :mmm .rum-, zen mf.-, .mm .m1mr,29s nn-xmsm., L. can .1r,, ss, 1771, 295 Dil-kinson, Rod.-rick C., 29:1 mammal., nu-1-.mx Am, vv Dim-kmnnn, Murwin IL, no Di.-mmnm, ummm R., mx, 175 203, 225. 1109 mm. Joan Ann-il-. 225 muy, Glen Waller, 94 nam.-nr, mm-me Murris, ms na--mm-4-. vlmrn-S J., su :aim-irndip, cm..-1.-5 A,, 271 nmarnmz, lihnine. nz. sus Diunnrs, lim-lmm Ju, sa Ditto, xvmmm umm.-, ua llixnn. uwrgo ww Jr., Hx umm, 12-nmnlz., ua, 291 Dumas, Robert I-mwm, as 1101-11.-1, Dzwicl mm-y, mm Dom-r. Rum-rm F., 212, 2:49 mmm, muy Am., ins, 325 Dullmnu. Mm' P., :xzs mm, ummm 1-mn-y, 287 Dumnrk, Ramn-u v., 230, 237, 238 Dum.-r, Flu,-n my, 132,210,215 mmmy, mn.-In n,. os lnmuzmu, Rirhaxrd E,, I17 Du1mi,Mm'yAnn, 109, am lmmwwm, William C., ss, vo umm-mink, .umm n., 113, l75, 179, 279 Duraul, Ri:-lxnrrl D., 53. ITF, 2951 Doss-her, 1'1..-1-dm G., sq: rmwxm, mmf.-.1 H., em umm, Philip mmm, 287 no-lgms, mm-y my, an xbmngm. Mnrgmrm-L AI., 225. 2-11. lmwm-yl 1-1-.gem M., 11:1, 118 Downing, xwml.-11 lc., us. 120 litmus, 1-'mm-il,-, eos Dm-l.-, wmwr P1ml.Tr., eva umnunm, ,xmw 1-:., wa Draper. mm-mn nm, Qs, :ws Dnwes, nmmxa Edward, les llulmnsky, 'lilizalwllx A., 95, 1123 xmmnshm-, mmm: l.,, mx lm!-ken, Mm-smyn Jw-, nn, :sm Imv--kef. orvnn- R., mo num-, lm,-.n nmvm. es? huffie. Edward R.. Jr., 118 nuff,-, Rum Ann, sm, 211. 227 lmggm., 1-lmip W1-mn, sas, 178, 295 r w,. Ellis, Tholulls John, 279 X1 Duhig Duke, g, Joan, 305 Alan, 2611 Duncan, Douglas C., GS D11ni1n, Norman, 113, 118 Duuilz. Sidney Meyer, 277 unniln, '1'nb1- Man, 2011, 32:1 unnlnp, 1-11111 F., 74 Dnnlavy. Ric-Imrzl Lee, 275 Dunln 1-, Mm' Ju. 11115 llllhvy, Rflimrt Elllllwll, 255 1nn1,I'lyd1-,66, vo, 184 4 111111, Eileen Lurillu, 11011 f nnn, .lnnm 11, 267 qnnnn, Jnnn Ann, 227 nnn1ng15n, 'lm 1-2, 293 n xln fem. 111-,.rnl1n'1'lnnlnw, 511, 511, 178 nynnn, Gnrnl-linn M., 5111 E Easley. Kathryn Jenn, 227 rznmmlny, .lnnnls L., 95 Enstardlyv Roiwrl. R,, 295 Ensm-day, Robert H., 11:1 l-znsmn, Alnn Gnnngn, 291 xeln-1-line, Roy I-'mm-is, ma Ellmnln, Rohm-tl'1111l,53, ss, 179, 285 Ebert, Donnn lun.-, 101227, sou 1:1-err, wlllnnn 1x,, sa, 216 E111-, Alun-re F1-nnklln, wo rzfknna, Glnnn-n luny. 225 Eckermnn, Pnrnl as 1mnln1n,1f1-nnk v., 95, 119 12fk11r5n1, Cnln'n1l'I'., 95 lcfln-nnls. A1-l.nn- l,., 155, 2:18, 239 Edwnrds, nlnnilyn Suv, 239 l-zggm, cnnnlen F., 121 lcgll, Enrl l-:fln-ln, 95 Ehlrrs, nlnry 1.nn, :lon Ellricl Ehrlic 1, Glen Gerald. 95 11, Milton Paul, 95 slmnnn, 1.ln1'rl Dnln, 1s:1 111111111111-11-y, William F., 11:1 Eitunan, Dmmlcl Vern, 115, 210 Ek, Jnninn Rnlll, 2K8 11:1i1n11, Gerald Engnn.-, 115 Ellerb Ellerln Ellis. nn.-lc, Pnul N., 155, :va Orr, 1151- Ervin, 1.1 Nnnry L., as Ellisml, Gordon Huy, 59, 297 Ellisnn, 'l'l15nm W., 511, 119, 29:1 Ellnwnnlll, lmnnnlhy ll., 205 lining, 1-nllin nm, 259 1-znlnmnn Donnlgl vnln, 111 Eng, Evelyn Mnn, 95 Engel, lllnry Dell, 155, sos Ehtleliwvk, Rannld M., 275 Engnlln-, Jnlnl lafln-nm, 2s7 Eujrllmll, Lnwreure Tull, 277 Engnlulu, Stanley E., 215, 277 Engrlw, Elizabeth E., 95 Erger, In-roy Jnsnnll, 217, 227 Erich, Erika E., 155, 313 Erickson, Ronnie Lnll. 208, 307 Erkoll en, Willixlln E., 271 Esliuk, I-'rr-dricn Anna, 109, :UH Emx, Ellen Annenn, 321 Essler, YVnrn-li Orvol. 74. 761 77 'IN 1-:mann xml, Ewen. Elixnbolll, G2 David D1-nnn, 95 Stanley 11., 15, 11 Evans, lannl mms, 59 11:151-111. cl.-nn Arln, 95 Evarxn, Jnnn-1 Arlllnn, 267 Evans, Jnnl.-11 Lnuisv, 319 Evnnn, Jnnnn, 2111, :111 Evans, .mnnnn M,, am Evans, N551 Dean, ss, nm Evelnnd, 1-:nn-nl Elin-ln, 95 Evvrli E verix url, Dr-an Allen, 116 l hnnl Juhn H. 279 57 1 . Evers, 'flxollms C., 227 Evnrfuxmn. Georlrv ll. Jr, 113, H6 Hwurx, Jenn. 321 Ewurs, Jnlm, 821 Ewurs, Tom Arthur, 283 Eyler, Dnlmld Nail, 53 F Fqdn, Cimrlas Vernon, 180, 254 Fuller, Edwnrd Dixie, 88 wnlrnllild, Ronald 11., 95 Fnlkins, YL, R05 Falk, Marilyn Jnne, 2:11, 323 Falk, William 145, as 1-'nnm-, Jann lcnllmaen, 95, :ms Fnris, Nancy Diane, 124 F111-1, Mary 1-zlnnnnr, :lon Farwell. Wnllvr M., 251 Flulss, Byron Keith. 2911 Pnwnelr, K1-nnmly c., 120 Funny. Ervin owl-gn, sn 1-mn, Charles Anlllony, 2-lv F.-in-nll. 1:50125 s., ns, 208 Feldnmli. Rosrotw Enrl, 66, 67, BS F1-lner, Gordon Dennis, 255 Fvllus, Clyllu Rirhnrd, 269 Fcndur, Beverly Ann, 108. 241 Fvnlnn, 01111111-S E., 1111, us F.-11111-r, N51-lnnn A., 25, 213, 321 Fenwll, Alln-1-1 u., 257 Fvntou, John cmnnlen, 1111 lm-1-nur, 1a-ggy Jnynn, sos mm, snn Enlln-1-. 52:1 in-ngnsnll, Jnnlng xv., sa, 59, 179, 2l7, 28:1 Ferguson, John Ross. BS F.-ng11s1n1, Ri.-llnra J., 95 Pvrgllzmll, XVilIinln J., 295 1-'l-yn, Willian1Jnlm, 18:1 Fe,-nn, new nlnlnlrd, 271 Finkel, Darlene Joy, 239 Fideler, '13-1-ns R., 55 Finlds, Joseph F., 180 Finuup, Amis .rf-l1n Jr., 215 Fiiivld, Fx-ell Frxmris, 95 Fillenwovtll, Cnrul G., H05 Finrhmli, Rivimrd NV., 111 Plnfiley, Gln-5101 H. J1-., 215 Pink, xnnny J1-nn, 95 I-'inll1yso11, Janet, 319 F11-king, mnlnlnl T., uv wish, Jfn-ann Leon, 262 Fishel, Merle Devoe, 205 Fishel, Snrn June, 321 Pisllvr, Dulnrvs Mao, 227, 239 Fisher, John Elliul. 108 Fisher, .lnlinn J,, 11N wink, Nnnny .-xnn, 95, :ma 1-'llcllnlg V1-rnnn H., un, 116 Pimp-nnl1l, lxlnry 1:10 Flnnflnl-, 1,1-1.11.1111 M., 113, 114, 227 Flnndfn-5, lznynnmn 111., '14, ve, 77, 79 FIN-Zkelislnilx, Tlimxms, ERS! Flrsisvhlml-knr Rlul ' J. 95 1 5 5 Flellxilul. Elealmr Ann, EIR, 227 298, 309 Plnnllng. r'l1yllln.l.n111, 225 I-'lentjm-, Dnln Edmxuul, 1111 Fl.-lnln-n, Fnnl w., 117 F11-loner, 11511.-11. xv., 211 Flancln-1-, 11011511 rx, 155, 215, 275 Flood, .lnnn-5 M.. mln Fl.-nlSfl1, unvnl xv., 221 Flynn, .rnnnxn Allnnlal, 120 Flynn, lllnry Lucy, 95, :111 rforuns, Mlrlnfn lznlll, :un Ford. lwn111elEll11n,1ls, 1511 Pom, .mln Ambrose, 227 1-xml, .lnsenll Ennnnm, 2111 F01-fl, vnnlznn Pny, 95 lvon-sl.-1-, E111-n L., :mv nn-nl1n1-, Alnnnn .l'nn.1, 124 12-151111, Gln-ann J., an Fawn-, nnvlfl 1.5.1, 211, 265 Foster, Jnnnfs Elm-1-, 25 P01151-,Jn111es wllllney, ss, sa 125111-1-. Pnnl 11., 108,289 Foslvr. Yvillilun li., ill, 179, 259 295 1111111111-, .lnlln wlllllnn, 275 Frnnulu-s, 011111151 w., 259 Frank, .lnnln lnnnsn, 25, 231 Frnllk. Mnl"j0!'i1', 229, 238 Frnnk, Mnrjnrin Gravel, 155, fi0l Prnnke. .lnlnn-ll.-. 95 F1-nnu. Eugemx 1-211111111-ll, 259 Frnmlnnr, Viviun s., 95, 3313 Fnnnn-, Jnnws on-en, 297 1'm1lnr1nk, A1-nnla A., 53 Fr.-111-inksfnl, Henry, 261 rr.-1lranksfn1, 121. nl., as 1-'rwlnnnn 1'rnfl1-rink, 2119 vrnnnll, Albert, mm,-, Q6 1-'rn111', lznlnll Ellgnr, ss, 107, l79, 215, 250, 252 Frick, snlnlrn Sue, 1105 mlm, snnnlnl 11,, oe lfrle1l1nn11, Nnnllin, :12n Priedrirlisvn, Fred w., as Prnlnmlr, 1v1-s1n1- 11., sa, 111, 1114 lvmlln-ein, 1:1-orgn 11., 2111 1'1-nnnnelr, ,1ll5n Alvin, as lvrnnn, Jnnn-S wnllnnn, 269 1'rn1ln11l1-111, .lnnn-S ll., 285 lfmniger, 1.1111 111111-, 11021 Fry, nnvm G5111-gl-, 95, 1111 F1-y, Judy Ann, H17 1-'nln-, unnglns, mln, 211: vnlmnnn, Frnnx Paul, 1111, 117 lfnllnr. mln vzng.-ln-, 211 I-'nll1-1-, linl111nl1o1x, 155, 11:1, 175 Pllller, .lnnn Len, 115, 106, 113, 309 Fnllnr, 1.1515 Rnln-rn, 121 Fuller, Riuimnl, '10 Fillwke, YVillinm E., H7 Furrer, Dlnlnn .IQ-nn. 62 Furry, Donn Leroy, 116 l-'n1-nknnvn, K. Joseph, ls:1, 349 G nnge,.lnnnl1nra, 215, 311 Gnines, nnrlmn Alive, 317 Gales, XVilIinm S., 53, 59 Gnllnlzlmr, Julln Jnlxn-n, 74 ranlnlnnf, Hnrln-r1 H., 182 Gnmbony, Robert J., 5:1 Gannon, Harold Rnlnwl, 61, 63 Gn1111un, Jnnlns, nfl, 117 Gn111nn1.vnl1nn An11,96. 323 Gnrlnfn, V11-glnin Ann, :los Gardner, Jnrk Kelly, 113, HS Garfield, enrol, 317 Gln-nn, 1.nnmn1-1-, 21111 Gnl-nnln, Jnnnn: Edn-nrll, 116 Gnrlu-ll, William G., 285 Gnrnixs, Cm-nelin E., 100 Glxrrult, Barbara Jenn. 23l Gnrrc-Il, XVilmer Grim, ll7 Garry, Palrivk Ellwnrll, 208, 2 Gltrlell, iitilly Glenn, 155, 309 nnrlnkf-, livurgo lmnll, 211 Garvey, Mary Jo, D6 Gaslzin, Knthc1'ina.l'., 124 finsiel, Hlelljnlllill, 2621 Gaston, Rnlmrt A., vo Gnlvlwll, Alfred A., 59 Gnlxke, llnllmlnn D., 116 Glnnn-, David Em-111., 53 rlnnn.-, Nmn-y Elnim-, 96 aenl-y.11ilny1.., 1111, 116 Gee, Carolyn. 3011 amen, 1151-nllly, 52:1 Geillumi, Edwarll G., 277 nnllnnln, Stanley J., 277 n.n11ig11nnl, neo 1.111-, 96 mnnllf-r, Alnn Norton, on Gnnrgn, Mnnlnn clnir.-, 25 Gefn-gn, Robert scan, 279 G51-nm, Roy Earl, 1911 Gerivku, Vernon John, B0 Gurolm, Rim, 40 Gertslim. Laurence. 210, 250 Glmlson, Dun Curtis, 293 uillln, clnry Rnlnfn, 271 Gibbs, .Tunes Pnirnmu, 53, 156, 207 Gibbs, Mivlmrl Rm-, 254 Giblin, 'Flulllmls Elnmr, 207, 291 Gibson, Tlnrimlm Ann, 208 cillnfnl, Dann llrnce, 178 Girllluld. Sylvia June. 208, R05 mln.-rr, sylvan s., :111 Kiilvllrisl, Marilyn, 211, RHI Gilfillan, Jamrs R., 53, 56, 60, 250 liilkillxm, Norris, 118 Gill, Joanna. Flnrlnlxg, 215 mn, snrn Jnnn, 509 mllnnn, Jmlles N., 130 50 Gilvlmr, Robert Louis, 120 Gilmore, John llsrnnrrl, 66 Ginsberg, Hnrnld H,, 263 Girsch, William Jnluvs, 66, GR Glade, Cnlvln l-e1-1-y, 52, 56, so Glnnlz, Rnlmrln Mae, 323 ulnngow, Nnnry Alien, :sou Glnsmnn, Orlunlin J., 29l Glass, Paulillv, 309 alnnsgnn-, Willis A., 215 l:lnln1nl11, l-'rn1n-ann J., 225, 299, 323 Glntlly, Alba-rL Dean, 70 Glnu-r, Dnvirl Miken. 263 Glnmsoll, YVillilulx S., 227, 250 Gloinlllnnn, Richnrd A., 208, 295 Glenn, Virginia. Ann.22-1,230 Hlowixmk, Zyunwij, 77 mn-ulnnr. Charles, 110 mn-n, E111-n lxyrne, 2110, :115 Gnering, son,-n Len, 1117 G01-11, Do11nl1lClml'lus, 181, 269 G01-lz, Mnrgnm L., 96 mn-nn1n.n, 11nw1nn1-y L., 212, 225, 229, 307 GoG', D1-am Lerny, 74 Goff, R1-X Hayes, 74 nnln, Mm- Frnnces, 96 Gnlflhnrg, J. Eugene, 116 11011111115 sunnlnfn R.. 2113 Goldsfflllllilll, Daniel Ll., 263 Golhz, Jzmws A., 96 non, 111-njn1nin Nyuksnn, ss, 215 Good. J111111-n Webster, 118 Goode, .lnlln nnlnv, 291 li ond hm G orda n i 11, Fayette 1-., as ln-, Violet ll., 121, sos um-d1n1, cllnrlen Henry. 53, ao, 250 Gornlun. Daryl mnn, ms Gurllolx, Jim Dudley, 57 G01-111111, Lnls Ann, 96, Bl!! Gnrann, Martin, 229: 22:1 nw, lmnn Brucu, 1111 unvig, Rivlmrd A11-n, 295 nnnlnnn, 1-in-11 Nelson, 1511 urnllnnl, Gnylnr1l0wn11, 96 G1-lnnlln, Alnz, 116 Gunn, 1.lnya mln-ln, 55, 'lo annll, Rnln-11 wnllnnn, lm 1:1-nn1, S1111-lny. 301 Gratiot, Maury, S16 Grllvnn, smnnley, 1111 G1-nw-1, Knilll Clnn-les, 237 Gray, llnlnn Mnn,-, so, 155, 21 11, aol Green, 111-rnnnl Cnlnn, neu Green. nonnla Jnnnn, 11111, 241 Grcvu, l-:lp.nn1r An11,298, 223 Green. Jnnn-S cllnlnnern, 215 cm-nllln-1-g, Mm-ln 11., 259, 25:1 G1-1n111ln.r:. slnnllnn J., 153, 277 um-11hIl1lr. lnlin Ann, 11211 Greene, H1-111111 'l'nylor, Qs, 178 111.19-151111, Dall11sG., 250, 252 G1-1llI,.'lnllles Alvin, 2111 Grnller, l1ln1-un J., 25:1 mlmn, nnmlfl R., vo Grllml., Charlus 11, 154, 251 Grimm, nnnnlll ln-Q, 11s, 151 nrim111,'l'1n1nnn1 Knnn, 117 Grim, 1111111 11., ns Grlnug-ln11a, Rlnnnni 11., 115 Gm, lmllnnz Flrlisun, 116,254 Grnvnv, Jnnel zllnry, se arm, Bnrbm-nJem1, ss, aol Gross, Rl.-lnml 11.-nn, 111 G1-01-es, xnnry 2115, 1117 urnnn, unnn 11511-1-1, 2411 Gnnwn, Neill 11., 285 unnn, nnlml nlnnrny, so 111111111-111111, .vnnn-S 111.111, 1111, 2112 Gnlllrie, Rlnlnml 1-l., :sn Gnu. Lmnlnn Anne, 2411 nny, Snmllnn lmlu-1-, :121 111-nnng, unnnlfl men, 22-il H . llnnnk. Ruben, .lnnn-S, sa rlnbnrly. Jnnl-1 111111-, 156, 2:15 1lngnn, Jnnun l'l1ric'i11, 321 1-xnlln, Fmll-11-lg, 251 Page 36I Hahn, Marjorie Ellen, 108, 211, 224, 221, 2:10, au 1-lake, nf-xref, 114, 120 Hmmm., 1-:auf-1, 96, 179, 259, 267 mmm., JM-ms 1... 227. 241, 249 Hallmrh, Joseph James, ss Hnlbur, Lonvlla M., 96, 227 mn-, Martha, 96,1011 :us mn, .un-n mwm. sn mn, Amid, ss, um Hull, Donna Le.-, :us Hun, George mamma, aaa mu, .num Arlono, mu lulv.-mm, Gwrgm-ne, ess, uns, 301 Hnlverson, Mnrdelle, sos Hnmnn, l.n,Domm mms.-, az ummm-rsly, lloulm mm-, 239, 240 Hamlillovl, Conshlllrv, 96, 3051 Hnmillull. Gail, 21k-I Hamikou, James Ulnrk, IOS Hlunilton, Tom. 295 Hnllllllerslnllh Jlllonllnlh 309 Hnmmnnll, Barham D., 95. 927 Hamplon, 'Donnld LW. 265 llnlnptnll, NVil1inlll ll., 96, 295 linux-hor, Clmrlos W.. 74 lhlllrlwr, Mary Susan, 321 1 ff Hmm-.--, vargn IN ., ans, 2.1.1 Hand, George, 97 umm-r, ximian nw, vo Hawkins, Joyce V., zu Hmm, Barbara Jmm, 21a 1-mm-lm, uw-gm June, 61290. 325 Hmm, Robert G.-nm, us Hmm-u Curtis 1.1-my, 295 Inns.-n Don mrwnml, an Hansen Pmxrivk, 14 Hnnsnn, Gnhw mmwu, 77 Hmm--1, Nm-nm J-fm, 227, 3101 Hmm, Inq.-1 nmrk, ua, no Hmmm, zrmnmy L., 1-24, 241 mmm, Mildred 1.., sas :mmm--, Pau! R., no mm, :uylf-R Jimm, xxx Hnrmsm-, Am., ms, B01 x-mm-n, Ira lmvww.-, 97 ml-ning, Dnln Alben, ms Hnrk, X'Villilnn A., 116, 12l mm-1-, Donna nm-ie, 239 Harker, ammo Xvoshxy, 271 lim-kim, .mm Rmmru, 97 l-hu-mon, mme vm, 124 Hru-mon. Mm-ym, 221 mmm, imma F., mx, ss, an limm-r, wilnnm, um Hm-per, Luis mm, zss Hmm, 'ren Lowell, sa mn, Elixnbelh Am., 211 Harri--gem., vmm., ass Hnrrington, Regis, asa Harris, James ummm, us Hnfrzm, 1-mam, :mn Harrison, Rom-ru, nn, mu um, Ham- '1'nrm.m, 211 mn, Ingrid lmmmy, :ma um, Larry Glen, ma Hnrtle, Helen .wowm u1. nas Hum.-ip, lm-me 14-1.-, mos, use HM-my, .mm JM-iw, ms Hnrtsook, Reed Hermll n, ss, 179' 212, 291 Hnrhnell, Dnlmld D., 179 Hmm-, Jerry um, vo Hn-W-ma, wnnu-fx D1-mx, 271 Hmm, Albert Jnmex, 2:43 Hassan, Clara E., sm Hnxilings, Uolxslahce, 109, 208, 245 lfnsliugs, Klum-n M., 124,241 Hmy, Donn swam, ss Hnlrh, Jams lm-lieu, meg Hmlxaway, .mm D.-ml, ss, vo Hnlhmvuy. Juni--a my, :us Haus, Kathryn Ann, 97 Hmlhrock, lam-y Dew, mu Hauer, Mary Margaret. au H.-ser, Jan.-m Elmo, zos, son H1-wr.-mnp, virginia, 91, 299, 315 Hawkins. Beverly E., 215 Page 362 Hmm-:11, Charles Dnle, 211, 291 Huy, Lenin Mm-ie, '14 Hnyes. John Iflxllchjson, 107 Hays, .Iulm Myrnw, 53, ns, :su Hays, Leo Orr, 53 Hayward, Hmm Dean, sn Haywurm, uma H,. as umm., .mlm Glenn, 2:49 Hnzlell, Robert M., 215 Hanlon, Dunnlrl Elbert, 53, 60 Hebel, vlmlnne, :411 llecox, Dnln Irwin, 97, 247, 2-L9 lleulgv, lhrrbvrl. Roy, 291 Hedges, Alvin Dunne, 97 maglin, Janice Annu, 155 Hecfner, 1'lllrici.n. Ann, 155, 238 Huatlund, Rodney G., 267 Heidke. llorum Alma, 151, 2-Qu, 1105 In-imshmm-n, Luellu D., 124, 241 Heizer, Ann Jelfery, 3211 Heller, Carla MDX, 97, 106, 22-I, 322 H.-num-, Phyllis FM, :na nouns, Pmricin Anne, aol Helsetll, Carleton T., llli Hall, vm-on Gone, na, ua liammun, Stanley umm, 119 Hunnrd, Robert I4., 97 liemmmwu, nv-mum, aoa Hvhdersull, Jlllwt E., 145, 146, 809 Henllrirks, Clilford A., 279 linndrirks, Jluucs Y., 97, 173 llundrirks, Mary Ann, 97 Hendrickson, Roger, me Hendrix, Hulbert, lil, 255 Henkle, Rollo!-L Fenton, 115, IR-I Hunnessy, Nmlie A., va Hv-mag, Paul Clmrles, '17, vs 14.-ming, .lam-110 Faye, :ua Henl'3', Ricimrll llmuxe, 53, 179 Helll'Yv Rtrbsrl lnlnyll, SS Henry, Wnyno Marlin, 124 lr.-pm-, Jann-S Orville, 212 Heppensmll, mmm C., em Herrmann, Friudml-, 97 Hvrrrnmnn, Paul Umar, 'll-I, IS-L Hurrumnn, Tlmlnas, DT lierslalxd, 'l'h0ndorn, 179 Hnrlig. Jmm lmuisv, 155, 227, 1301 Hertz. Cllrislllllx O., 291 llurlug, Donald R., 56 Hess, John Joseph, 97, 109, 293 Hess, Pmifk Henry, ov, mr, 265 llussn-, sn-gn-ami, 114, 124 llessvliillla, Glen C., 2921 Hvlherington, William. 156 Helmler, Herlmrt L., 97, 257 Howins, Pnlric-in Rae, 1K0l Hibhs, NllrKnrx'l YL, 237, 240 'Hit-kenbnttoln, Richard, 179 Hivkmm., Mary zum-, sus Hicks, Jerry Dyke, 279 lligdon, s-.mmm my, :ua Higgins, Albert E., 215. 297 xiiggms, Edwnnl L., 14, 77 Higgins, Rnhern lhmnu, an lmznmml, Emmy Lou, sox, :su Higlxhsnd, sl-amy, nam uigl.-y, ln-nu-, vo Higmy, waym- Mvlving, vo Hilielllmrgt. Jerry Jay, 97, 179 Hill, Arlene 1.wM, 124 Hill, ummla mm-urn, zu, no Hill, Eva Len, 66 1-nn, nl-m-ga Hn,-nmml, sa Hill, Haruki Howard, 152, 297 mn, Phillip K., sa Hillnr, Hamm R., 66, ss, lm mn.-y, Rum-rl. n-mm, 114, nu Hills, GO0I'ED Hvlxry, 114, Lllti Hamm-mn, mm- .mm-, 216 Hippnkn, Vk'iIliuun H., ax rlipw-m-I., L1-unnrml l.,, 160, 170 Hipplur, Eng.-nu, mn, 291 Hn-1, Elvin Jam.-S, 261 Hirl, John Roger, 97, 267 xmvmngs, xml.. C., 91, mms, 224, 'ass Hile, Mmlrins Edna, 301 Hiellllnns, JM! Rnlmrk. 247, 249 Honhbbiger, James A,, 53 Horhstutlur, Mary V., 208, 211, 229, 230, 239, 240 Hnchsletler, Henry Jr., 213 Houkmulll, Richard E.. 215 Hnlfman, Harlmrn D., 2024, 230, 241, 242 mrfnmu, 1..-my Keith, un nummm, Mm-jury lm., 97 Hofmann, Amy Juan, aus Hollnnlxn, Ronald J., lui 110fmeyer, .mlm xv., so 1-lugfm, Mary mem, 221 Hngmml, .mm Howml, 269 lingsheaa, liuwm-d PM-I, 211, 2-L7 mlufmy, nm-y .I-mx, 245 Hulbert, James Allen, ILL Hnllnlxd, Daniel Ira, 277 Hnllxmd, Dulorcs Rose, 122 Hnllnnd, Donut. M., 85 Hullnurl, .num T., 91, 179 Hulhmd, Pnlrix-in M., U01 linmmdm-, .mx linger, 277 Hollernn, uma F1-mm, 207 Hmm, Ninrgnret :us Holloway, Ulm-les C., sri, so lunlmvny, Rnlplx John, u.x, 255 llolm, Elma Iris, 29H, 325 Holmes, Gcnrgv Henry, l I7 Holmes, Jxllw Mllrkkrul, 319 Holroyd, Mnry Jenn, 817 liulsiuger, 1.10,-41, 97 llnlsinger, Virginia D., 97 Hom, Elina, ms Hull, lvlnmmll Mymn, 275 Holla, Janles Allan, 2-X9 Hulturf, Gem! William, 68 Humpfel, Bob I'Iugene, ns Huopes, Juno liuller, :lui ximwer, Dorothy Ann, :mv limw.-r, Mury mm, 124, :mx Hnpkins, Beary, sw, 311 111-lvkil-S, Bill lsr-we, 97 Hnpkills. Flnm Mae, 225 Hupkins, Julia Anne, 121 Hopkins, 1.01. .mm-, aas xiupxms. nngm- sec, 211, 2-:ax Hom., Hlizalmlh, srl Hump, xvnym Amman, na, vo, mv, 210 lflurucux. Iierh.-1-4 mm, T4 Horn, Mary Jann, 240, 3151 um-nm1..y, wininm Roy, 114 Hnrnsby, Am,-f.. nys, 2:19 lim-my, Arthur, uv Hurst, Arthur mum-, Ill, 116 Hoskins, John Hnwlxrd, 291 Hctz,Jenu1no Marie, 137, 147, 145, :xw llnnck, Am., 97 Hunvk, Gurvis Gordon, 295 mug, Andrew Maru, us, em Hunk, Engevlo Eklridgrv, IRE! Hnuser, Jnunns Edwnrd, 201 xlnnsnm, 1.1m-y Edward, um, 297 llnwur-1, Dau Franklin, 179 Hnwurnl, Donna .vm-1-4-, :mv Howard, NVillimu llrlwe, thi Howe, Josvph Dennis. 27l linyf, mnalfl Jann-s, 275 Hnye, 'rum Minalewn, 275 Hoyer, William Joseph, 227 llrnrlvk, Rirllnrll XV,, 181 Hruska, Inu Marie. 511 Hubbell. Rullvrt Loren, 97, ITS lfluffunl, Ronald mm, 70 Hngelun, Gloria Ann, asa rn-gg, Jann-xc Reifl-en, 61, T0 Hughes, lhurlrnrn Ann, 325 Hnpzlles, John Mnrlin, 267 Huisnngn, Lorrnims M., 97 mmm, .mum Viklng,'1I-1, us llullquist, J. Kvilll. 77, H! Ilulnlill, Richard H., 70 namnpn-ru,-H, Armand u, nv Hulm, .lurk Thonms. 273 Hunt, Lrunaru May, 225 Hunter, Alive Louise, IMS! H-mn.-r, Mm- mmm., 321 H--ming, Edwin 0. Jr., 91, 110, 269 xxmfnings, E1lxmr4lA., 97 Huuehlnson, Roy Merle, 97 Hutnlxisun, Theudons M., 210, ' 291 Hymwn, Jane Dqmmy, 97, soo Hymns, Jay Mnxweu, 156, 253 I hlvllul, YVillimu Arihur, 97 lfllwr, Marshall Lee, 2247 Ilnhuff, Edward Thomas, 53, 179 259, 281 Ingram, Wallur Ilowon, ISI, 295 Irish, John Brownell, IIT Irish, SEPA Allll, 97, 105, 228, 230, 299, 317 h-win, Difm, 97, :ns Ikvllhvrger, NVilhAl'r1 J., 521, 208, 250 neu, Shirley Ann, ez, ov, :sos Iwrsun, David James, 269 I Juvklvl 'rel-ry Ethel, 131. aes, 229, 2:11, ess, 2:19, 240 .1mm.n, llurlnn nay. ss .rnuuw-1, James D., 59 Jackson, Lum .nu-B, you, als Jacobs, NValler George, 269 Jacobs, William .mm-S, uso .vnml-sm, 114-mu.: Pun, 91, 221 Jnwnh.-n, Virginia L., 127 Jmnmm, Donnlcl Dean, 97 June, cmmes A., 254 .Im-zur, can s., uw .mm-, 1:-un mum, 124 James, zumnem, 1421 James, smnley 1.., 17:4 Jmmm, mum Jmph, zes Jamison, mx Lindsay, ms, 211, em, 279 Jun, um. Herbert, 1:42 .Im-sen, Robert. w,, 251 .r.m.s, xvanxnm n., 120 .11-vkliu. Dirk Cru-llun, 'ID hnkins, Jenkins. Mnrrin Aliw. B11 Rosa-mary R., 305 Jemm,mx1y sem-.Qs,11o, ms, 130. 250 .Iemu-r. mum- I-:um-.N-, sa, nw, 252 Ji--mm, Am., Le.-, 1 nv Jensen, max 1,1-my, ss, 29:1 .Tensl-n. erlo Ilorbvrl .279 m , - .n-ns.-n, Nm-cy Am-, :ru .mm-n, Rusml R., as Jenna, mae lwme, 210, 22s, 230, 301 Jewel, Ju lm Rivllnrd, 98, 179 .n-wr-n, Priscilla R., 301 Jw-en, Frederick L., 269 - , ' x J-pm 1 Jnpsnn, x Jf-:mn ue nlricin Anntl, 93. 313 'nyne Rny, as n. Jmnes C.. 255 .U .rulmnmm K1-um-41. M., ss, mx, 175 Johnson, Albert Jr., ss, 56 Johnson, lxmmfv. mm, 124,241 Johnson. lxmlrxy Anne, 124 Johnson, Clmrlvs A., 117 .mlmsom vlmrlnma M., an .rulmsmh vm-mm K., sa, 289 .innnso--, cn-wk mum, aaa Johnson, omg heal, sa .ml-mon, .rQ1mm, 3 1 9 .nm mm, lm-nl vnu-k, env mxms num, as, ms, Dxmnv '11, 178 Julmsnn, Eugene In-roy. 117 Jolnnnon, Gretchen M.. 124 .Inlmsm-, Gwendolyn M., 321 Jnhusnn, .Innes Hubert, 68 .runmsmh Jerry Prim, asv Johnson, Marjorie R., 98 Jon-mm, Na-my nm, :us .n-umm, 1mu1Juxi-ls, ev, ms .n-rmm, mum-n IM, 275 Jommm, Rmmm 1.9.-, ITS .l.umsnn. Roy su-wm, 251 Julmson, XYillxur E., 118 Johnson. William Rn 279 Joh'-smn, Donna Ln, 224, 228, 229 Johmxtmi, Glenn M., 215 Johnston, Roy Everett, IIN Jam, 'rlwnms 911, 279 Jones, llnrlon Edllnr. 98' Janus, Evnn 1.1111-11. 1l4,'l20 Jones, John Richard, 67, T0 Jones, 1:81111 maya. 291 Nom, 1.01.1111 limml. na Innes, 11111111 111111111-11. :ur 1 ones, LnwellMil10n. 108, 279 ' ones, Mnrlun Lewis, 2115 '- -1-11-1, Alan-111 1-'lny.l, 29:1 301111, Nm-y .101m11, 2.11 -70111-s liiclmrd, 98 191101. Rohm lxyrnes, ss, 31111 Jones, Sally ixmlmn, 150, 307 .rollm 11111111-r cmmul 111-1, 1111, 29l .101-111111, Riclmrd T., ass Jorgr-115111, Gordon H.. 2111 .Imam S1111-l.-y A111-A. ns, 1107 Joslyn, 1'l11-1111115 W., 51, ss Jaw.-11, Rnlmrt R., ax, 261 .m1l11. 1-1011-11111 Gm-1lm., 21,5 .rmlgi-, 11111.-r 11. Jr., ll4 mr.-1-, Arun Allen, as Jusiis, Qlliniml Allen, 59, 215 K K..-mky, Melvin rx, lld, 113 Kmllr- 'l'hnn1111e Jnsepli, 67, 184 Knhler. Delsenn. Plllen, 245 Kal.-, Kul--. Kalb. 1.011111 Alum, 59 111.111-11 Lea, 51, so '1'111mm Jusegnln ll7 Klllflellb.-rg, 1:1111 H., sa Knlina, 111-nlml Fmm, 116 Knllonxmg, 111-1.11111 cv., 51, :an Kmllilwwilz, arm, 323 1:11111-, Mnnreen Clluldin, 98, ZH9 Kpnzoll, 11.1111 llinrlv, me Km-, 1111111111-.1 Henry, 114, 1211 K11-1-, 110111-1-1 A., 61, 184 Khmer, .nulles W., 201, 211, 255 R111-lmm., Harriet ll1,, 323 Kmlfmlm. Mm-ie D., 239 Kfllllmmm, Surah Jane, 1119, 21111, 1119 ltemley, .mums w., 2115 Kenrney. 111111-rr N., ss K1-1-rc, 111.11111 Janms, 1111 KUOYPI, Rnherl. L., 54, 291 K1-elm, Riclmrzl 1-1.111111 54, 271 Kvvline, Jnnirn Cllire, 62. H125 Koigwin, 1-111.10111 E., 125' Kell, 1111111111-1 121-me, 124, l-. Kelley, 111 Nam, 54, so 1:9111-. 121111111 Ala11,54, 1111. 2911 Kelly, 11.11115 Ixlz-Alxlen, 259 Kem, 'l'l11mms xwlker, 1211 lc.-1111, mm- Ann, 241 1c1-111.111, 1'l.11m.1s 11111-11.-5, 120 lcmmmly, John Clmrlen, 118 1:1-1.111111-mic, 1111111111 E., 11s 101.111,-, Dean 1111-llml. 2111 Kenny, Gum 121111111-11, ox, 2111 Kensinger, Flay Am., 1.11 K1-111. 111.111.1115 1-111211, 283 K1-pl-us, Pemr 1-'r1111k, 111 Kepros. smiley G., 98 1:1-r1.'l1m1 nwuylw. lil, 275 K.-1-11, snmrm- .1. .11-., 11-1 Kerr, 1.1111-relm Mnlvin, ml, 251 Kessler, lcllml-1-11 M., 221 11.1111-llmlllp, 11111111111 11,, IIN Kellvlknxiip, 111111111-1 G., 118 Keyser, Lloyd Anal-eil-, 77 11111-1111, 111.11111111111111 H., 111, 2511 1411-1111, 11111111 Ghnzi, as meek, willnm 11111111-1, 21111 Kiel, A1111 mall.-1, 114, 121 Kalllnger, 12111111 M., am K1111ng1-1-,Jmm 1-:.,11a, C117 111111011 Gerald Edwin, 1:10 1c1...l1111l, 111111111 .10lm, 114 Kil11l1all,11111rgn1-e1 213, am Kang, Donald Eugene, mo, 211 King. Sl1irleyGrl1ce, ns, 2111 Kilim, rzwlelml, 311 Kimi, ziya, 74 1:11-kg, niclmrll F., 54,251 2a:1 Kirkngnnrd, Rodger s., ua .,.. Kix'k11l1t1'ick, John NV., 297 Kirlin, 1111111-11-0 W.. ss, 11S Kill-111111, 01,1111 K1-1111, 108. 2511 Klnhn, Don Elmer, G0 Klein. Lewis G., 98 Klein, Wiley lu-11-1-, 211 Kleim, Ruger 1.21, sm Klcnske, Jnllws li., 1110, 178 Klink, llo11j:l11s Dvnn, 120 Klutxbncll, Willi1u11G., FG. 89 Kllnpp, Mary Glen, :l11 Klm-11-1-, 11111111111 R.. 277 Kniglit, Rullerl. Dunne, WT, BS, 1144 Kniss, Daly: Flnrk, 1110. 2119 1:11901-1111-, 11111111111 112. es. ITYI, 289 Klmrl-, K1-1111 H, 115 Kxiowivs. Riclmrrl D., 297 Km--18011, 1111-ky 1'., 1.1:1. 1.15. 2911, 311 Knilxlson, Clmrles F., 281 Kovh, Cnr11Iyl1 l-liggins, 54, U01 Kaul, Dnvid 111111111-. 1111, 217 Kuvll, nmlmmi 1-1.1111-y. 219 K1-1-11, .wk xlllmslwla, 211 Kon., Juhn silmn, 118 Knclller, 'l'lm1111111 91: Koolm, Willilun George. 285 Kuurlwr. ll'nllur lllivul. 2111 Kukjolln, 11011111111 J., 61, 111, nu Korneisul, Kl1ll113'n, 2113 liorlieisvl. Keilh E., 70 Korns, Milslmol Ellwuirti. 108. 21411 Knmhgw, lloroiliy J., 1511, 317 Koiillmn, Rivllxlrd N., 98 Kovirll. lilim-l1111'lJ1il111, 74, 78 Kuvilz, llulvin, 253 Knzlen, Jimi Le,-, 211 Krnhl, Willinni Lewis, 5-I Krall, Albnr! Frank, 2711 lim..-lf, l"rnnk .l..l1.1sm., 70 Krnlx, Klm-11 Jay, 2211, 2110, ma Kralllsv. M11r3'E,, 914, 310 Kruuiris, Unnnlll C., 1210 Krelwl, 1,1-1.11111 inlwllrd, 213 Kriwxlwllnil. Cllnrlvs Jr.. T0 Krvss, Dulllm Lorruxinv, li!-A Krieger, 1111111111-.1 Jenn, 2113 Krienrl. Shnrun DM. 98, 21I7 Km-, l11m1l1l. 26:1 umm, nyren Lmlmlm-, :ls Kmmer, 011111111 iv., ss Krnlnvr, P11111 Erwill, 275 Krolrpaull, Jnlllvs R., 271 Krolll. Rolrer 11119, 915 Kriwpzur, .mlm 1-xllgme, 11-1, 1111, IRQ Krllegsl-, Roy lmlllllelif, 51 K1-up, 1111111111 111.111, 2115 Krnlllrul. John Lunis, 115 Kruse. Jnnlcs Henry, 616 Kllelmlu, .mlm 110.111, 89 Knlilmlin, NViiliAl11 PL, H6 Kulllk, lwuy Aim, 11211 Knntz, llnnnlrl Glenn, 251 Klint, Lyla lit-rlmrd. 1l-4 lcllllzllml, .nm-.1 n., 111 lcurlnlidsky, sum, mi Kmymi, Domlld Joseph, 215 livirlnrli, Shlirlix llnwn, 'JH Kyhl, Jnny 11111111-, 155 I. l.11lml111, 1111111111 Allml, 2115 1.11-ld, Mary Esllmr, 911, ms, 1.11, 2011, 228, 1119 11.11111-, 1-'mum 1... 215 lngla, 1111,--le im-flerilfk, os 111.110, 011111011 immml, 116 1.111m.r, llelen vllmli, las, 311 111111111-, John imssozl, 120 hmm..-, 1111011 1:.1w1m1, ss 1.11.1111-11, 1.11111 liulwin, 1273 1.111111-M, 111111111-11 A., 215 1.11111-, .10 Ell.--1, 1111, me, 299, 1101 1.11121-llmlgll. 1111111 N., Qs. me 1.l1.11111g, lleverly Aim.-, as llmlsing, 11111.-111 H., 120 1.111112 zlmy 111-mm, 11011 1.11101-11-, P11111 A., 1111 1.1p2i..x, Vnldis, 'rs 11111.-w, Richard Ellis, 14 1.111-alum-e. 1.011119 s., 319 1.111-11111, 11.-111.111 o., 74 Lnriiik Larsen Llirscn Inn, Jn Annu, 317 , Charles l.en11,-, 178, 210 . 111.111-111, us, los, 224, 2110, 296, 2911, 1119 l.11m111, Am. Kmlllwl, os, 1115 Lmml, 1-1111111111 1111, 119 Llirsull. Jmnvs E., 247 1.u1-sun, llhlrilyn A., :121 L11-5011, S111111 11111-1-ml, 217, 11111 Imsfm, 11.11 xvillmlll, 111, 111 llniilnlmfh. Luis Alvinrl, 307 La11lorhnl'k, Mnrk Evnn. 280 Lmivstnfl, Ellwaril l'l.. 114, 118 1.1111-, A111111 1.11ui1.w, 1111, 225 1..1wl1nm, 1.0111-all-11 S., us 1-1niA'1"cllue, Stllurl Pl, 54 lmxson, Grace Eluisi-, 98, 156, 250 Lny, 111111611 llnwe, 54, 291 L11y1o11, f'nr1is L., 67, SB Lmu'l111mn. John David, 293 11111, 1111 ullrisnxlw, :l21 Lwivilt, lin1'v1:y R., 263 1111111111, 111-1-mf Alam., 2111 Leber, J1'l'nl11e Francis, 295 Lebron, Liiiirenl J., 281 Lechnll, Ronald Keith, 120 Lnvnxiielrns, 'l'11m1111s u,, 2115 Len, JoAnne, H09 Len, Num-y Ann, 121 Lee, Willinln Chnrlml. 289 Luvhvy, l'11nl J., 101-I, 279 Leff, Plliiip Arlhnr, 295 lit-lliiigwell, Hugh W., 285 l.el1ml1l1, .11-lm nnlmer, 111 Leila, Lluirn Louise, 98 1,1-1nl1lm1111, Rel-11-rl R.. 11111 1.vinbm.gl1, Lyn. 1.., 1724 Lailifulllvr. Joseph 'l'., 257 lmillfeslller, Ilhlry E., 280, 319 Leislikow, 161111111 J., '75, 76, '17, Tri Lenlkn, Unity 'l'i-ig, ll-1, 121 l,en..gl1.l1, .mm o., 99 1.1-nlmfl, 1.il1.l1n,- L., 15, '77 1.111.111-1, 1111111111 v.. 111, us, 1111, 254 1.19, 11-Q sum, les 1.1-1-, .1..l1.. 11.1,-1151, 70 1.101111-11, .1111111-S 11. .11-.. 215, 2:1 Lerner. Marilyn lf., 22:1 115110, Howard osmers. 74 Lovin. Levin. 711 liulllwll Stevie. 2611 l41d1vl1r1I Irvin. 75, 76, 77. Lvvixlu. Mirlnln Annu, 99 Lnvil 1, Rlvlllml, 1111 Levseh. Jnliicv. 309 Lewin, Richnrnl Harold, 272 111111-ls, 11111-lmru June. 111111 Lewis, Clair Allen, 99 Lewis, Eileen J.. 241 Lewis, Gvrnhl Edwin, 271 Lewis, Maulrice L., 116 l..1w11. 111111, 1.1rl11y, 1.111101 Melvin Lvlwy, na, 1111 11111111111 1'r....1, 289 .nlmps 1:1111-ml, 2s:1 g, 11211111 vim., 99 Liolmndorfer. Ri1'l1nr1l, 114, llrl 1.11111-111, A111111 lx, 5.1, 179 1.191111 11111111111 11., l'l9, 2111 xliew.-1, .mlm 1-11111, lla 1.11.1 nlnramle. na, 1125 1.1g111, Ha-nry R., 111, 11:1 Liikn. Vi'iI!i11111 Lee. 1141, 217 mm, s1mg..1ll. sm 1.111111-, Jewel, 2011 1.111wln, 1111111111 11111-, 15. 11, 111 Lina, Robert liermm., 11111 1.1.1111-...lm-111, nirluml, n1, us. 184 1111111111-, 110110.-1 lnmlu, 215 1.111.121-1-.l. 111.-111ml 111111, sm 1.m.lql115l, 1111111111 ln., 111: 1.11.1151-1-, 11111111 Jlwk, 267 1.111.151-1-. 1.11 lilnsnn, 111 Linihnn, 11111111111 1-1., 2111 Link. mum-1 Jlllsml. su lilllillwlnl, Robert w., llli, 211 Llslebnrgvr, 11, so Lillie- Rnth Ann, 225, 313 l.1vm1gnm1, M111-inm 11,, 99, eos 231, 2111 1.1v111gslm1, Evelyn I., 1109 llivinmiton, Jann H., 1119 Livingston, iuvlmrfl R., 249 Lnepp, V11-,mlm cu, 221 Lonrkvb. Shirlnb' A., 147. NH, 309 Lohan, R11-lm-.1 1.11-, 54 Logan, Willilun, 2157 Lui1-himrer. l'l1rnl J.. 298 Lung, F1'.l1l11'is Mark, 75, 76, 77, 111, 101 llmlgm-1-11.-r, 11111111-l s., 120 l,ung11m1l1, 1111111119 1.,, 99, 2111, 230 Inlllgsemli, viumll- C., sw Lnunicr. lhvulley Max. 951 Looney, l"I11rk Dean, 287 Looney. John Edxvax-11. 275 Luols, Rom-rl Jnlnui. HU. 99, 107, 211 1.1-mmml. Perry A, 77 Lunlvk, Rivllnrd J., 287 Lum, liellry wznlimll. on lmvery. Robert Edwin, 54 Lon'l'y. -luck William, 291 Lnhin, Dunnlll Snnllell, 271' 1.1we, Mary 111-11111, :mv Lnnlin, Luah Lnrene, 219, 224, 220. 317 Lllnllflliisl. A101111 S.. 218, 1115 Lilliriqnist, Jack L., 99, 178 1.m111y, 11111111111-1 Ann, 99, 311 Inllgen, .mules Alun, also 111111, .Innes Fu-111-11-11, 181, 183 miner, S1111-ley .11-nn, 124 1.11111 P1-ggl-e Lou, 99, 11111, 2211, B17 1.ym..n, xiollglns C., 2145 1,1-111.111, .nm Carol, 11111 l.,-111.111, 111.11111 111211,-, 54, 119 1,1-11barg. xcayllmml A., 114. 120 Lynuli, 11111-1-11-1 Je.-111, 110, 155, Zill L1-ml, Rulwrl 111111111-. 2111 Lynn. William XV.. 90 M llhms, l'unl, 115, 121 111.111, 11.1111-1.1 v., 215 1-iulmlzae. 111111.11 A., fm. 250 Mncm, John william, 279 Maclieud, Margnret E., 241 nmmlm. '1'1.0l.m 11., 251 Mncun, Hnmnl Allrvvl, sn lilmlelml., Henry A., 99 Nliflixull, Dnn Lrslvr, 213 iillfllsml, J11111-11 1-11111, 75 Mllflism., Richard K.-111, 99, 119 21:1 Madsen, lililrlx-ed Lane, 121 lilnggf-re, 11111115 Hubert, as 11.111.1ffy, Gay 1.1111-me. 99 lllnlmr, 111111111 Jnsepli, mo Muller,T101-u!l1yli1i111111, un. 1.15, 301 111111, 10.1111-1-1. sm-, sos nlulwllll. Rmlerie ww., 219 Mullnru, 1'l11mms c., 251 Malln, Mllriwl, 317 111111111111-. .11mns 'rlm1l..1s, 215, 221 111111, Kiyosflli, 99, 215 111.11111-1, nlmm-1 v., an Mulgulll, 101.11 Earl, sv llnllly, M111-y Olive, 211, 3111 111111.15-, William F., 2-rs 11111111112 Nm..-y 111111, 319 111111011-S, 11111115 N., 117 lim.-OV11, .mm-.1 s,, 54, 1111. 211 111111-11-lm., Fred Elxvunfl, 118 lllmlwr, George M., 275 M1111-11, 11111111111 B., sa, as lvnlmlr, 111111111 nmrgu, 15, -m, 111, 289 11111-11.15, 1-11111111 1... 15:1 Mm, Mary 1.,-.1111-, :us Iilarsum, Els.. 1-111111, 155, 216, H17 1111111111-M 111.11111-1 G., so 111111111 ALL-lherl. 1.., 54, so M111-1111, clmrms Dyer, nn, 2115 Page 363 Mead . lsm-un, nm-uyn owen, ao: Mmm, Mm-Jm-is K, 99. 321 mum, ummm- Am..-. sea Mmm, Nick, zsas Mmm., NVayne L., nan Mmm, XVillard E., as ummm, Gerald Mn-rvin, 263 xxxmm, umm- H., 224, 220. azzx Mmlmm. Richard o.. 251 Matson, 1-:mmmn M., amz mu.-S, minima mm, 281 Mmml-ew, E1-gum E., ms 111ml-ins. Alun w., an Mnlulof, .Torulnn Irwin, 26:1 nmykn-win, L0--is P., 297 Mun. Roherl Iznfklw, 54, 179 mmm-, Alvin M., no Mnusr. Mary Rem, 99, 149, cas, 2:19. 240 Mfmgmm, 'Mauhew J., sm, ws. me Mnnlsnll. Vvrnon Clyd Q, mo , 5 . , , 229, aes Mmm. Roberta nm-iv, ans, :uv Maurer Mar ' Fvelvn Mum-mm, mm K, av. Maxwell, Rirluml D., 'lil-I IT9 May, Albsrln Louise, ill! May, Hnruhl Donn, 287 lxmybm-ry, 'rmy lr-mm-, :ss Mnywnld, Nnriiynn FL, 155, 299, 303 McAllister, Jnnxvx. H5 M1-Andruw, John Luuis, 32. 68- 185 McBride. Daniel M., 99 Mrlhidv. Suzxuxuo GRY. 146, ISO McCall, Joan Marilyn, 319 Mc-Bunxvy. 9001-pu XV., B6 McCain. Mnrilyu L., 1125 303 mmm, Thomas G., 289 mom-lm, Dorothy Am., 311 lxrmmm, ummm. Lee, mo Mcfnnlell, I-:am-mn A.. 279 nrfc.ml.y, In-.une le., me M4-mmnx. mmm 1-., me mom.-, mmm w., 295 Mnffarville. Robert, 99 Mean--lv,-, muon T., 219 mv.-nvy, Richard E.. :ew mclmmwy, ugh.-rm J., -:an lm-cl.-w, nm-is hmm. an nlvculriswr, Rob.-rn P., 261 Mu!'onnell. Sully Ami, 2121 MrCumlnll, NV. Phillip, 59. 247. 249 llfsforkle. Shirley Ann. 225, R09 11N MvCny, John liernnrllv M4-Cay. NVH!innx Edward, 68 M1-Greedy, Gurdon Jun, 271 1kh'Cu'Iloy, Harvey I.. Jr.. 211 MUCMU-hvnll. Janws A., 2713 Mx-Culclwon, Kenneth A., 54 Mnhnniel. Rix-hard A.. 99 M1-Devin. Mmm A,, 54, me McDonald, Jw. Louise, an Mc'Dunnld, Jnhn A., 295 Mcbunnld, Rnlwrl D.. 09 Mrbnnnld. William ll., rltl McDonough. Pmrivins A.. 2-tl lxmzlem-y, Donald E., 67, vo Mn-Elem-y, Jnlnes R., IS-1, 227. 297 McFarland, Daniel L., 250 MePnrlmui. .Immun N.. 56, 60 Mx-Farlnnd, Rub:-rt ll., 117 MQGL-cure. Terry R., 181, 289 McGill, Chnrlvs Rugvr, 183. 279 Mcfiivern, Margaret. Mn Sli, 217, 227 xxmmmn, Amy v,, :sn Mfamn.. Myrna nm-y, sz Mm-nr.-, Nw-y Amie, 221, :nv mm-gh, mn.-ra 1... xao, mx muy. na.-hum Amm, me lm-Kflwy, umk mm, 271 M.-Kinney. .mm Luwmn. ma mx.-Kurs-k, Bonnie 1.-m, :ns Mcliillerin-k, 1.-win.. c., :zu nmcxcuwn, nmmm .n-an, sm mxmin, Rug.-f win.-n, my m1.men,.1n1m s. HI, 118,265 nlvnmumlin, Edward .1., us Page 364 Mehn-se. Larry Bruce. 182 McMahon, nomm mm, :us MsMnhon, .mm Mm-min, us, nv, 121 mmm., nmnm 1... 2:10, :ns nrcnimms, KE-.menu 1s,, :sv MuMillin, Jam- V,-vymx, 18 nmuumm. Arm-mu la., em nn-Mmm, 1-mini.. L., :ma lllrN unxwm 305 l . Cmmiu Maw. 227, 227 nn-Nmmlm, Donald J., ns, mwunmm, Jenn M., sn nu-Nwmm, Kmn-yn ss, svn n1nNmuw. wnunm J.. rm MUQ-num., mmmn C., mo Iuwm-ish, .mm Elsor, as xxw-yum nm-gnu, 182, 213 hmmm Rm-.mx mm, 295 mmm, 1'rudm-nee .nam-, sos nlwm-r, nv.-rm rm-n, uv, an hmm, Willinm Jmph, us mmm-, Dum Leavmy, se, mo Meimmrm, Luis mme, :ma Mais, Duimld Jalucs, 67, 68, 227 mm, Paul J., :ns nu-lay, .um army, mo, :us Mamma, mam. C., mo, 141, me Miner, nudney Wayne, 100, 178 Miller. Terrnllce G,. 279 Mimes, virginia Annu, 321 Milam. Margaret Lon, 317 Miner. James ll. Jr., 283 Minkler, Haney Earl, 87, 88 Minor, XVinstnn D., IIS, 117 Mishnk, Russell Jnhu, 295 Mil:-hell, Marvin J,, 225 Mittelburg. linger F., T5 nm:-nm, .mm Lunis, 115. us Mueller, A1-lyn M4-vm-, nn Moeller, Willinm S., 115, 117 Mon-llerinpz, lunrgnrea, 158, :ua Moen Ullurles Herberl, 100 Moss, John Rohn-rl, 131 Moossner, Harold F., us, me Mnllr, Dnlmld Roger, 297 Mnlxr, Henry Elving, 297 Mm, mm-y Roger, 1:1 Muldcnlmuer, YVHXIN A., BR Muldenlmucr, Lorna H., 229, ms Moles, Marvin Rohm-rl, ll5, 120 Mulnnr, Julius, 100 Mulsherry. Frank I., 'IO Monroe, Hurry Lile, sa Monroe, John L., 100 ummm, Lmml Alma, 100 230. 325 110.-cue, Ama Jun.-, 229, 230 Liana.-111.311, now K.. 271 nn-ng-fs, Jimmy Leu, ess lm-rgen. James Francis, wc mrifle, cmmmyn Im, mn mmer, lm...-n w., wo, 259. 280 Merrie k, Rivlulrd John. 100 Merril, Marydnle, 2115 U Monuzm nery, Albert A,, 54 Montgomery, Jnmes A,, ass Mnore, nm-bam G., :uv Moore, Gcrnldilm E,, 325 mm-, Gwendolyn mym, 54, 235, 239, 2-I0 Moore, Mnrgrn-er Jean, 225 Moore, Mary Eliznbvth, 321 Monro, Mivlmcl NV., 267 Marek. Herbert Oscar. 250 Nm-rshcm, nivhm--1 lm-. av. 10 Mertes, Em mm. :ma Messerxchmidt, nz.-gem-, zxs Mvtrnl Mal e f. Lmllsn R.. 323 William Rav 115 g . .. mmm, M1-ry xxmgom, am lklvtz, Don nhl Pau I. R9 zum, William '12, H7 Metxgrr. Jem- mo, uso, um slayer, Amen J., 117 Nleyer, Bnrhnrn Jmvn, 155, 229, 317 Meyer. nmlyn Im, 125 Miyer, Dum Edward, :va Amer, Im--ram-0 J., 54, us, 275 Mayor. nmixyn M., 155, fxozx rue,-er, Mnrybelh-, 125 Mayer, Rohm Em. mo nie,-ar, Ruben .mmm-, ma Menwinsky, Norton. 173. 114, 217, asa Mix-lmelsou, .mm A., zas Mafuw-150--. Mmm, ua Mmm, came ramen, 100, 120, :sv :un-kms, Rnbnrt wi. 279 lxxighell, lzulmn Louis, us Mn.-N, no-me my, am miles. Joan Rum. 100, am Mins. M01-mn Jay, mu Mum- Roger mu-m, 115 mam-rf Carmen s., as Miller, David Louis, 59, 155. 297 Miller, David Claire, 109 Miller. Miller, uf--mis Lee, 273 14'f.um v., an Miner, Georgv A., mo, uso, 252 Miller, HM-mn s. Jr., 293 Mum, H.-mln my, 15. 'as Mum, Burien me, exe Miner, Iimwen P., ua, 227 min.-r, J. n,, vs Miller, .mk L,-lm, as Miner. Juhn M1-Aduw, 115, 120 mam-r, 1.1. vm-ne 1... 15, vu, 17. 19 mm-r, mn-y nur-ws, ess Miner, mnmm s. Jr.. nv Man.-r, nmnm lmmf, sz Miller, Mildred Jay.-0, zoo Min.-r, mm- Jn-nn, 125, 241 mn.-1-, Min.-1-. Mmm-, Miner, Paul! lhlrtoll, 54, IT lm,-lris Y., auf ummm Elroy, 54 Ranma Lewis, 279 s xuorgnn, I-:aww-a U., 267 Mormck, mul N4-mn, 279 Morris, Hvrberl L00. 277 Morris, Judith Anne, 211, H05 Mm-1-uw. Rubm ex Morse, Susan, H09 luurwnsen. Mm-y L., 100, :us Morton, Gaye Eileen, :ua Mnrtnll, James Pnrkin, 26I Mosman, Marilyn Mm, 142, non Illnshtlf, Jnhll S.. 100 Mmm, Mnrlhn n,, mo Maw-ey, Stevan spun, zso mm-, .mlm V.-1-dun, asa Mm-y, Dwayne L., 76, 17, 79 ni-mm-r, nmlml '11, '15, 11, vs lm-eller, 'rnwum H.. 54, 51, 59, 247. 249 niuggu, Julm l'm:eli, 291 Mulhnll, Dorothy Mary, ess, :uv Mum. .mmsim-, ms, ma Mlllllnll, MIIYY Mn 155, 317 Mummy, Edward 215. 279 Muller, Kenneth Karl, 273 Mllllinhi. Hvrbert M., 267 Mullins, Mary Jane, 225 xmlr.-Hey, nxichm A.. 259, ess Mnlvoy, Robert F., 75 Mundi, Holly Raul, 100 Munson , Uunnn Lou, nm :mn-pl.,-, cxnfem- D., sa Murphy, lfollevn, 156, au Mm,-ily, Gwurge 1'1-cms, xg nu-r,,1.y M -1 rplly Mu rplly - Jr-mrs Patrirk, ET, SSI , .num '11, ew , 1'mmmS w., ms. 289 Murray, Jmm-s Edward, H9 zum-my, Jo Ann, 231, :Juv Mum.,-, mg-uma Lynn, 21:1 MMD. R im-y Jomm. 321 Myers, Franklin Lewis, 173, 173, 213, 247. 249 Myers, George Hunt, 2a:x my.-rs, J-mn Caroline, zen, :ma Myers, Shirley Jenn, 245 Myers, Thvmlunv P., 'Z-I5 My.-rs. wininm xc., 115, us, no N Nneckel. Num-y Jill, wo, au Nagle. Ganrgu Jr., 253 N1-if, Mnrgareu, P., sow Nelson. Dun helnnd, 155. QT! Nelson, Douglas R., 281 Nelson, Hurry YViHimn, '15, '17, 78 Nelson, Jnnn Felicia, 239. 815 Nelson, Larry Vance, 59 Nelson, Lnwrenra L., li-I0 Nelson, Muyamm, ms Nelson, Myron Edward. B7 Nulson, Rirlmfrd Max, 291 Ncdsun, Ruth Ann, 230, 303 Nvlsun, Slmrlnlm Allan, 215, 219 Nz-mm. Viviun E., 224, 309 Nvlsun, XVnylm Arvid. 54, 59 Nelraun, Yvillimu E., 379 Nl-mnxers. Julinll G.. 115 Nesbik, Kvhlun E., 267 Neslor, 'lm-ms Owen, sas Neuhaus, David C., 54, 59 Neuzil, Dolores M.. 54, 62 Nenzil, Marilyn F., 227. 301 Nevin, Mnry Jonllefle, 238 Newhrough, Donald R., SR Nawvonmr. Cllnrlus E., 'IO Newkirk, Harlan Henry, 59 Newxlmn. Carol Ann, B09 Newman, Gurdon Hnmld, 155, 277 Nfwsnnm. Pnfririll LGE, B25 Nivholns, nmmie v., au Nichols, Bnrhnrn Jane. aov Nichols, lzngm- Loyd, ns Nirhnls, Shirley 1.., 224, 2:10, 319 Ninn-15011, lrowam rv., sos Nichnlsnn. XVxLllnve F., 54, 179, 275 Niehlms, NVhiHnrd S.. 59, 269 Nielson, Jam- ummm, 54, sz Nnhls, Harold Dudlny. 113 Noble, Jenn:-ne Il., 108, 155, 821 Nolan, Eliznluslll Ann, 216 Noll. 'Bruce Owen, 213 NMI, Jnlm Beninlnin, 275 Noonan. Alhm Berlmrd, 100, IRD, 221 Noonan. Julm Joseph, 15 Nnordhof, M4-mn S., 120 Nm-rms. Knmryn J., erm Nnnhnnrk, nuyn Nelson, na, ans Nnrdqum, Gerald Lee. 54, 259, 271 Nvrdchuw, cnrlemu 11, 115, us Nmayxe, Jams E-award. 289 mmmd, Jams Rnlvh. 100. 219 :cm-mm, c. mm., mo Norris. Joan Kennedy. 109 Norah, .mms 1-:., m, sa, :sa North. .nw mwml, 'zu Nnrtlmp, nm-rim I... 117 Nurveu, Gwinn s., mo, mx Num, nu-.nw Immun, 213 Nugvnt, 'rlmlm-S F., eva Nunn, Jmm Eawmi, 267 Nunn, John Ray:-mud, 29:4 Nunn, Pam Kay, 250, 252 x-ms. mann 1-mn. 59 Numr, Stephen 1.01-is, so Nutlinyz, Catherine, 227 Nyhnkmm. Imruinw, an Nye. Robert hz-.gm-0, 54, 119 O ommm. Mm- Jam. :xox ommm, vmuyn L., moo, xox Onllmul, Eugene Allan, sm, 17 259. asv olmam, xml-mm A., vs Ohm-rbroeekling, R. ca., 279 om-.H-, morn I-1. mu 0'llrieu, 1-'nmk Mn-umm, 131 o'1xfn-H, sm-an Jam. ao: o'c1mmm-. .rams David, an o'c'ummr, Phillip J.. 100 o'mn, wan umm, 301 0.1.-n, .mm xv.-slay. 10 9. Oellrle. Jluues Frnm-is. 227, 229 On-stex-rein-lwr, Lnuis, IIN Oalll, Phil John Jr., TS, 77, 79 orfemmrger, 'rlwmns :vs Officer, flmrlfs D., 120 Oluxmnrhi, Pnlxy Prlw, 125 ohm, Gmaym Amelia, 217 Ujemaml, Robert G., 113, 121 r -..--:f is K . .S Okumoto, Helen Etsukn, 125 Oldnker, Geruldinn E., 225 Olesen, Rubvrt Edward, 297 Olesiuk, Mctsie A., 75, 77 Oliver, Ilnrhlzm J., 225, 233 Ollllslelll, D011 1700, 275 o11n51ed, J111111-11 1-1, 100, 179 Pew. P11 Olson. Luona 11-111111, 125 Olxwll. Robert George, 275 Olsen, 1111111, S111-nh E., 1115 Julia Ann, 100 lsml, Rirlmnl l1., 265 - 111111, Wayne EI1111-r, 181 lson, 1111111111 llenn, 2511 lsml. Wlllinln H., 115 2fQ'11I1111 111, 111-1111111 w1n., 291 11111111-111-11, wnyno A., 251 130111124011 , llnrbnrib J.. 101, 805 Ponnson, 1x11ni1n111n 1'., 273 11111111-111111, lxoya 511, 25.1 121111-121111, 11oro11n- L., 307 Peiersbh, Knrilll LEG. 23. 146, 321 P1-111-so11 229. 5122 Marilyn Rue, 101, 218, 1 P11lemo11. lwlnrznrol J.. 227. 317 P1-19112011 lwlersnxx , P11lMarie, 319 , 11111111111 A., 54 Pelurinll, llivlmrll J., 115, 115 1'o1o1-son, Robert 1111111, 59, 68 11111-111011. sylvin D., 1125 11-ivan 111111, 1111, 315 R11y111o11d, 'I'11o111as C., 2115 Rnzcv, Dnle .1os1n111, 54, 179, 247 249 Rmldell, Jerry Jon, 297 lledenlmxxgll, J111111, 321 Rvdilr. Dale Fnmris, 66 Recd, Juhu XVil1ner. 182 01111111, 11111-11111 111111111-1, 115 Onnen, 11n1111og1-1, 1111 frxiloy, 111115111111 11., 125, 221 on, Jn1non cn-1111, BR 011, .1-11111 11111111 295 Orlllluyer, Dmmld W., 115, 120 01-1111, Ruger Clnrksou, 115 o1n1nnn1son, no Ann, 1112 Os111rh1111s, Riehnrcl N., 221 o'1'oo1e. 1111111 Lon, 125, 211 011onl1ei1no1-, sno, 100, 2311, 2:17 2:19, 21111, 1125 111111, Jn.-11 1111-1111-1o11, 70 bndorkark. S1111-11-y .1., 301 0111-r11o1111r. Robert w,, 211 un-11111, 111111111 111011, 216 OXIHIR. Ellwnrd Il., 87, 210 011112, Nn1xcyA1111e, 1011, 2211, 311 P Pnvcknrrl, Hnrnlrl Koilh, 68 P111-key, Jonnn J., 1110, 1110 11n1111of11, Nancy E11111, 1110 11111111-119111. .1nm- 1., 119, 211 Pllgvl, NYl1rron Clmrlns, 75 Plline, llnrihl, 101, H21 P1111n911y, John .1os1-1111, 1111 Po11ne1-, 111-noo A., 1111 Pnlllwr, Gerald Keith, 115, 116 Pnlmer, Joyce Mndeluu. 305 I'n11s1:g1-an, 111111112 F., 116 I'nI1l1aj0l111, Snrrntes G., 279 P111-11, 11111-o11n Juy, 115, 241 Parker, 1111111111-11 J., 155, 221 1'11rk1r, 111111-y Ellen, :1111 Parker. P11111 A. Jr., 275 Parks, 1191111 11110, 1111 vnrr, Pnnrn-111 Ann, 1117 P111-1-1111, wnyne Honn-1, 15, 78 Paschal, J11111- 111111-, 125 11111111-1, Jerry Arnold, 1711, 211 Pnlrull, 'Hlllillk' F., 229, 2115 Patron, 'l'l1111:dor1- P., 54, 179, 273 Po11o1-snn, Pr.-11 E., 182 Pnttsrxml, Glen Wilny, 57, 85 115111-151111, 111111111 w., 54 Pnllml. 'Frednwick l'., B9 P1111on, Patriuiu Lnn, 221, 11111 Pnnl, .I11111-111111112 111111, 317 Pull, Sally Irelw, 301 Paulsen, Eileen Ann, 125 P11111111111, Jn1no1 Rny, 2115 . 11111111111, 111111nr1 Jw-1111, 191 P1111sti11u, Hnrbnrx 11211, 303 Pearson, Harold Jr.. 70 Peltrsolx, Marlin J., 118 Pearson, Roger W., 261 xfeonnn, 1111111-1111-111 Ann, :1111 1fe11111n1n, Noon- B15 Pelser, J11oo1yn11, 229, 241 111111, 11o1-rninn, 122 l'vl11ber, Halo D., lill Penn, 1111111-11, 1111 Pe11111'. Crnln Manu-1, 180 1'1nn111nro111, 11111111-. 1111, 245 Pe1111inRr0th, Mnrjnrie, 325 1'e11nin1:11!11, Richard D., 291 Pelvpilllt. Frvdurlvk J., 2911 Perry, Alberts Mae, 1101 Perkins, Ric-hnrd H., 297 P1-1-rin, w1111nn1 D., us Peters, .Turk YVillinm, 179 Peterson, Donald Iwo, 263 Petenaurl, Marg111's11 A., 125 111111-1111-11, 11111111-1 J., 111, ss 1 Phelps, W1111d11 J111111, 155 Plxillipx, Clark IL, GH 11111111112 111-11-n 1-:., 1111 I'hillip1c, I111wr1111ue M., 293 1-1111111111, Ilnberl A., 279 'l'l1illi1111, 'l'l11111111s A.. 297 P11-1111, .Tunn F1-nnves, 225, 245 1-11-111111111 F11-11 xv., 219 11111111-1, 11111111111 F., 289 Piexwwn, P1-1111111111 H., 295 1111-mon, Jnnn 111111111411, 219 1-1111111-, 1.1n11n1in A., 1317 Ping, 11111111111 w., 115, 1111 1-11111, 1111111-S w111111n1, 221 11111111111-, '1'11o1nns wo,-111-, 215 Pillik, 111111111111 F., 1111 11111111111-, 111111.11 E.. 1511 Pillar, cnnrn-S 1.151-11, 1111 1111111.11-1, Nonnnn D1-nn, 1111, 1 2111 P11111, 11111111111 .11111-, 54 115111, 11111111111 Jenn, 15118 1-1111111, snny Ann, 1119 111-1y11.11n11. 1111111 A., 2.19 1'o11n11oy, 11111111111 Ann, 1103 115.111, 1.n1nn1- 1a11n1nn1. 54, 295 Purler, Allan Donn, 275 Pnrier, Marlllll. 219, 311 11111111-, 1-11111 1111111111, 5.1, 21111, 254 1'o11111, .moo Ann, 211 11o1o, 111111111111 any, 289 Ponn, 1-'rnnk xmnnno, 21:1 Power, Lois 111511, 301 l'owrrn, 111111111111 J11nn1s, 1211 1'on'1-1-S, William C.. 101 l'l'Ml, JMHBS Alvlulr, 275 11111111111-11. 111111111-on 1... 92:1 1111-11, 11111111111 s1nn111-, 2621 1'11111znn, R11-11n111 1-11111, 1114 1-1-ovo, .1n11n 11111-1111-. 119 111111, 'r1nn11n111111ry. 1111, 1111 lfmnroso, Harold .1o11n, 21111 1-1-1111, 1-111111-y 1.1-n, 101 Promor, 1.11111 '12 .11-., X7 Proctor, M1111 Jnno, 127 1-101111, 111.111, 125 1111111-r, 1111111111 111-11111, 1511, 299 P11nn-111-, Jenn '12, 101 1'n1nn1n. Jonn 1.111111-, 591 Pncnoy, Mnrllm Kny, 155, :1112 Dyk-2, 13111111111 Jalnvs. 54 Q Q11111111. Reber! 1'n1nnn5, 511 Qniell, Vfillinm K., 291 qninn. Marilyn .11-nn, 291, 239 R R1111111, S1151-,111-1111 Ann, 11111 1111n'.-115po1g1-r, 1111111111 G., 125 - 'Rnils1m1'k, John G., 101 111111121-yu, J. Farrell, 2911 Randall, John H11n1111o11d, 291 Randolph, Aaron Peter, 116 Rnn11o1n11, 1111111111-n 11., 125 Roponorn, 1111111111111 G., 277 Rashid, Rnyxumuml A.. 217, 227 111111-1-, Ann. 238, 239 Ruth, Marilyn, 315 Rnlhvrt. John NVillinn1, 273 Rnlhjan, Kntluhnlx Znl, 125 Ralliff, Louis J. Jr., 101, 179 Rnumllrllrlllsr, Mark A., 216 Rnvid, Goronll, B211 Rny, M11rily11, 1111 79, R1-od, Mnrpnr-01 E., 101, 299, :111 R1-ed, Robnrt Edward, 118, 215, 227 11111-111-1-, .111nn1s S1-y1n1n1r, 237 R111-f111n1s1, M, June, :121 Reeds, Kmlnelh Dubois, 5-1 R111111, Rnlmrt 1-:11:111n, 295 Rn1n11111r1:. sony 111511, 224, 2211, 229, 230, 3l7 Reid, Jnlm Lnxxvn-111-11, 5-A lmlly, Charles xv., 117, ss, 2.10 Rx'il1lPl'S, Mnxixm Mme, 101, 305 Reislvr, Harold James, 55, 17141 279 11111111-, 11111111111 C., 111: 111n11n11, 11on111a C1111-1, 109 Rapp, Julm Milton, E7 R1-11en1nnio1-, Rohn-rr xv.. 2115 111-111111, 1111111 11.11111-, 55 R1-yno111s. Kay 1:11111-n, 125 111111111-, 11.1111 1.511111-, 9119 Rlxudvs, Harry David, 87, S9 11.11o1n11.n-g, Mnry A., 1111, 311 R11111111, Donald G., 119, 225, 229 1111-1, 111111 Jonn, 225, 239 moe, G1-111-go 1-:11n1n111, 215 Rico. Jluucs bnlnmd Jr., 120, 240 111111, Mnrtin Donnlzl, 211 'Ri1'hur1ls. Eddie, 118 Richards. Sianluy, 277 Riehm-1lsu11, Janet 1., 101 R1o11nn1nn, H1111-n Ann, 11111 1111-lnnnnn, J111111-11 A., 75, 2511, 265 Rivk, 11111111111 1111111111-1, R7 Rirketl, z11nrgn1n1 A., 229, 21111 Rider, George NX'illinm, 295 11111121111-ny. Jnnn D., 155 Riorlesel, Jnulos Louis, 101 Risks, Rnlph H11ml1l, 287 Ries, Jmwllll John, 55 Ries, Marian Helen, 245 Rite, David 011-en, 108, 250 111121. vonnin my, 173 11111115 1111111-11 1.1-o, 29:1 R111aorkn1-o111, Nurmnn, 1115, 2115 Rinnlla, John Lewis, 117 RIl1I!4lr1l1l, John Ellwaurd, 297 Ringo. Rulnndn, 317 111112119112 lktnm-no S., 1411, 147, 148 Rink. Margery Ann, 1111, 132 Risehlmleller, George, 55 111111, Donald 11111, 101, 251, 119 Rilslvllvl. John A. Jr., 101 Roberderl, Vnrol Ann, 245 Roberts, 111111111111 G., 299, H17 Roberts, Esther Ann, 311 Robonnnn, Jnnn Hngn, 155, 212, 291 Robertson, Millicenl, 125 Rnblxmw, Mnrilyll Ruth, 238 11o111non-, Sidney 1-1., 120 Robinson, 111111111-1y, 1111, 106, 121 Robinson, Hurry wnao, 119, 289 11ohi1111o11, .1111111-11 J., 211 R9i1i11son,J1111o Loniso, 101, 110, ' 1 1 leobinson, N111-1nn Jnnn, 155, 303 Rolxinson, Wilmer Jxames, 179, ISR 11no1-11. 111111111 111111-inn. 11111 Roulmu, Dmmld Ray, 180 Rod1u1'i1:, Mnrl' S11s1.111, 224, 319 Roddowiz. Jmul P., 125 Roerlnr, Riclmrd R., 289 I 1 1 1 11o1r1n1.1 1x11nn1- 11115 277 Iln!F11u11, 1.111111 111111-1n, 191. 1211 Rogers, 0111111115 C., 101 leogorn, 11111111111 Dean. 101, 295 11111111115 A111-111 Jr., 2.11, 249 xconner, v1'111i111n L., 118 no11ov11, 11n1-1-1111 111-nn, 1111 R1111111, W11,-no 111-1-11111, 118 111111.111n, 1111111111 A., 115, 1211, 1114 Rominger, R., C1-nip, 101, 1111 11or1111n11g11, 11111111-1-9 1., 101 2.2. L.. 21 ,. 1111111111-, Dunnld W11111, 212, 271 R1-so, David 1:11111-1, 115 111191-, 11on11111 1-:.. 101 Rose, 111111, 265 Rnse,Vurnn11 .11111f1n1, 76 lxosolnnry, H1-le11.To1111, 101, 1011, 141, 212, 228,229,291 1121 111111111111-1111, 11111111111 c., 55 R0111111, 1111111111111 11., 160, 211 11osonb1rg, 1111111111 K., 263 Ronwborg, 11111111111 Y., 271 11551111-, 1111111-11 11., 25:1 R11111111111, .rnno 1c., 1111 111151, 111-11nn- 1nwm1, 55 Rosn, Lnvurv Hllltlvr, 56, 57, 60 173 110511. Mnfy Ann, 224. 240 229, 230, 111111111111, Jnne 1:vo1yn, 1125 I1111111111111111. v11nr1o11 w., 70 Rn1n1y11n911, W111111111 R.. 115, ll6 Roush. 5 nonles, 15111111 F., ll 1111111111, Jxwk 1'n11n1-snn, 257 .111nn-1. Dnvia. 215 11111111-r, 11111111 .1ny, 21 kovner, Irwin wn1n, Rmvan. 7 115, 1I0 Josvjllx Moller. 55, 178 Rowe, John Alan. 215 11ow111n11. Ilnvvrly Jonn, 125, 212 Ron-1onf1, R11111 1-1., 22 11, 229. 2511 303 Rowley, Neil 1.11111-, T0 Ruben, Pauline A1111, 11211 Rubin, Richard C., 55, 60, 179 Ruske, Rush, Tlxulllns Arllulr, 250, 252 1Vlu'd NYil1i11.111, 55, 56 1111.1111111, 111111111nno, :xo 11111111-1, Rex 1l.. 101. 9 179. 2591 21:1 xn1111n, .ronn 11r111nr. 59 121.111, 11.11111 111111111111-, 511, 2111 Ryan, 11111111111 .1o5on11, H7 nynn, 11o11n1y Jonn, 215, 279 11y111-11, 11. 11111-, 215 S sur, 11111111111 11111. 225 snom-11. S11111- Jann, 1111 s,,,n,.,.. Nancy 1.on111o, 229. :121 sngor, 1511211111111 Jenn, 109 snns, Mary 1.no1111. 1111. 155 g,,1i,11,n1-y, Don 0111-inn, WT. PW salkold, '1'11o1111111 J111no5, 289 Snnborn, B1-111' Anne. 101 Snn11n1-11. S1111-loo M.. 227. 2118. 30:1 s11ndn1, 12111111111 55. 57. 59 Sandnr, 111-nn 111111111-11. 55. 179 Sa11d1-rs. Mnry 110111 W5 Snndvig, D1111- V.. 67 snnay, 1-1111-111111 Loo. 307 Sm1e111111. Carlos. 07 S111-11', Floyd 1-1111-vox. 289 Snss, .1111111 Knrl, 1111 sawn, 1111111111 Arlun. 2111 31111111111-9. Gene Arllmr, 250 sn11nd1-111, 111119111111 R.. 120 S,,.,,,,,,., 11, 1.011111-, 2:19 gnwyn1-, Mnry Exlon. 57, 112, 227 Saxton, l1onni11 Anxw. 101 Snyro, Wlllinrd X.. 15 S1-11111-111, Suu! Lou. 1503 sohnon-1-, D01-o111y Ann, 307 Schmsfn-r, Ronald T.. 295 s1111no1111111111, Ronnhl H., 219 Srln-fslnd, wilhm- J., 116 Svh1111er1111u1, Millnn C., 267 snnining, lkmnio J., 1111, 175, 211. 2111 Scl1i111111el11fon11ig, Hnl, 180, 201 Sul1111nrie. 11-o11e. 125 Sflnniokle. 111111111-111 K., 181 sonn111-11111, 1111111111111 J., 1111 s111nni111, Guns Alan, 291 solnnirlr, Jnnn Lonise. 2211, 241 Selxmiedel. Edwnrml E.. 120 so11n1111, Donnld 111-on, 115, 117 S1-!1n1i1x. Jann-s 1'4-wr. 116 Schnmrr, Rita M., 101 Scluxeidvr, .1nn1e1 G.. S1. B9 S1l1noi111-1-, snlnnno E,, 1111 So11noido1-, willinm G., 70 S1-l111n2bele11. Ar11o!1'1 V.. 55 Sol1nnr1noio1-. '1'l1no11o1-o, 261 Page 365 Svllaof, William Henry, 287 Sullrmder, Lila Jenn, 55, 82 Scllradur. lhlx Alberi, 160 S1-In-under, Mary Ann, 101, 149, 179, 2.10 Svllrucrler, Rodney C., 55 Schroeder, YVs.ller C., 101 Schrnll, Shirlvy M., 315 Sem-lke, Merry! nm., 101, 17s Svlmller, Gerald E., 101 S4-lmltz, Dmmhl Evnu, 115 spun-ln, Gerald Ted, 115 Schuh!-, Marlin, 213 . Svlmltz, Phyllis Ann, 125, 261 Schulz. Norman Dunno, 67, 68 Schulze, Mnry Louise, 108, 225, 237, 2-I0 Schumann, Joan K., 319 sl-1mswr, Edward N., 26:1 Scinvub, Frnnk ll., Jr., 267 Srhwollgvl. Franklin D.. 267 Selnvvmmekm-, mm L., 297 Schwerin, Paul llaury, 55 Svlarow, Mnrslmll H., 179, 263 smn, Dnrlunu 102, 1119 smn, Gary 'rhm-ms. rm Scott, llnlpll Tlxollms, 115 Scruggs, James Tlmnm, 179 sn-eggs, Robert. xx., 219 sm-wg, willinm R., 2147 amy, Jann Fu-y-1, Jr., 271 Stwhler, Sluull-an Joan, 319 Sedlm-ek, Marvin F., '75, 76, 77, vs, 181 Sndlnrek, Robert A,, 118 Sedlnwk. mm Ann, 125 swung, Rivluu-fl s., 275 seem, Gurdon H., 297 See-saer, Jnhn Oliver, 173, l75, 247, 297 Segnitx., Thomas M., 287 Svldin, 'l'lmorl0l'e M., 89, 102- 179, 277 sem-1, E111-Qu mme, 2-as, 24.5 Sels, 1.90 In-mf, 55 Serbuusek, Janice E., 221, 2911, 503 semy, mrilyu cmre, 102 Settleluynlz Russell R., 279 Senor, Curl. 75, 77 se-mei,-ns, .mlm R., 227 Sevms-on, Rinhnnl R., 102 Sexton. Nnrum hue, 102, 109 seyael, Liln .ren-1, 125 Slxllckelhxrd. llnrbnra, 102 Sllnfllv, Mnrylene L., 301 Slmfnr, Rnlwrt J:-nn, 102, 109 Shnnulmll. Jvnllxm C., 102. 30l Shank, Jnmos Rmmld, 275 Shmmun, nun Erwin, 178, 2115 sn-anim, If-1-in Louis, 102 Shapiro, Marian K., 155 Shnrbundy. Gary Peter, 70 Shaw, nnnrmme, 75 Shen, 'Hxmxxns Daniel, 102 Slnsurer, Paul Keith, 59 Sheila, Gnrulrl Edward, 25l sxmmem, 1-1-ynis J.. 303 Slwlrlou, Richard S., 275 Shenk, Jolm Christian, B8 Shcrcr, John Wm-sl:-y, 2l9 Sluzridnn, R. Ann, 156, 227 Shark, Kellum!! John, 271 Sllcrllmlx. James S., 55, 107, 150, 259, 277 Sum-mm-, Roger xwym-. 15, vs Slliley, Uuilmrine J., 321 Shine, lknws XVilh1rd, 277 Shining, H. sn-1-f-ner, mm Shiwklu, Thnnu V., 102 sxwvnum, .10 num, 210, am Shook, 'Fornllro Lyle, 251 Shape, xvnm-m Im-0141, em shores, wixnimu la., Jr., 102 Short. lmku Edwnrxl, 56 Shrnder. Jnnu, 155 slmu-W, ummm Len, 301 Shropshire. Rin-lmrd VV., 115, 120 sl-um, wnmm 'l'., 115, 1s4 Slmmln, Deborah Jenn, 823 Slmtt, James Harold, 131, 132 Slmtt, Merrill M., 117 Sihle, Howard Heal, 102 Page 366 Simldall, Dun 55, 51, 59, 179 swinger, .mm cami, wa Sanken, nm-mm: Jolm, 118 singer, Jemmuu s., 32:1 Siuvers, Harry John, ss, ns, 295 sirmrd, mlm- 1.0.1151-, 311 signu, vm,-n vfmx, 102 Simmons, .mm-S M., IO2 simm-S, Graff, Im-lem-. 125 simwl, Donna Rum, 102,303 Sm-s,mri1yn E1.1ino,229, 301 Six-sta. 1'mn-u, 323 sum, vmmp nmm-. un Sim-asen, Nm-mm W., ss sinlm, Richard 1.., 102 simin, Richard Paul, 1511, 291 slum-, Gem- Humane, 131 sum, Ernest P.. 67. vo, 154.1 smlllvy, .mm Hmm, ss skin-m-, Sybil xmm.-, 1121 sm1ngsnru1-1, Hurry C.. Jr.. :sv sknw, Juan Marie, 30:4 smgvr, Joann Cm-01, Q01 sm.-ns, Gmac. lx., ma Slebiskn, .n-mm H., sn sum-1, Moms G.. na sunk-1-, B1-rxmrd Paul, uso Small, num Ann, 125 snuuley, Mary Luna, 125 small.-y, Norman PM-1, 180 sxm-emu, Danna Joan, 125 Smiley, IAN-I-mm.. s., 271 swim, cmrmrnm nr., 2:10 swim. cum-nm c., Jr., ss, 178 slum., Dunn K1-ntnn, 219 smnh, Dorothy sam, aus smm., Duuua mlm, 251 smiul, Hex-hm Ann., 131, 178 smu1.,Jmm 1.1-mm, 125, 131 slum., .wmnme E., we, 141, :ms Smith, Joy xmrmine, 125 smim, my ul-wan, 55 smim, M. Dunno, 251, 255 1 swim, Mmm McCoy, 181, 201, smmx, may Jmm. 211, am sun-181, Jane: Nasby, asa. me smples, Lawrence F., 120 smpxmn, nmumx J.. 15, va smrk, Harald Rn,-, 55, an su1rm.m s--sw K., 102, 22s, zao, 2:19. mms snmm-, 110,51-1 Amen, 281 Starr. Flay-1 Jn-W, 102 s1..m-mem-.mm 102, 201, 250, 252 sum, Hman M., uae Sum-S, I-:lvmmr K., los sums, Gregory R.. 78, 29-1 snehhms, Sally. :121 smaller, 'Plxwdoro P.. mz smug, Amana mwm-fx, 102 Steele, Robert, nun-my, ess smell, Dain wnlmn, no sum.-n,1rmz Fmnm, 102, 291 seein. Norman xvarmn, 277 sm.-, ummm Abe, 215 Sit-in NV illinnu Arthur, 117, I Stephen, Emily F1-rn, 225 Slophuu sun. In-m-rm J., 1oz snarling, Aaron 1.0-1, zua sum, Alan, ss. ns, 277 Stern. .Im-k Mm-vin. 277 Sternntl, John Allen, 295 20 sm-ns, Gmm cum-. 'rm Stevens, George E., 115, 120, 210 smwns, Joys-sv D., 307 Slevenx, Mnrinnnn. aes Slevens, ni.-1-wi Jon-1, 120 Stevens, Ruberl. E., 102, 119, 259, 269 sam-ns, 'mx J., asv Stevenson, Pllnmln B.. 233 Stevenson, Richard, B8 szewnrr, Jayne F., 109, 311 Stewart, John Rcendo, 59, 207. 252 saewm, nmgam J., 55, az swwm, Raymond R., ss smwm, smmum P., 295 smiles, Cum-It-S w., 102 313 smnh, Norman Eugene, zsa snmn. Pura-in A., sos: smnh, Rich.-mi F., -:ss smnh, mama IM-, 2:40 smim. Rivlmrd Conway, 283 Smith, Rohan Joseph, 115, 120, 134, small., Robert Linmxu, asv swim, Rudnn-5' vm-nn, nm, as smm-, Shirley Ann, ns. 210, son smim, Siam-y Allen, 51, 115, 184 smnh, winmm J., sv, vo, 1:14 smanmm, Rampn c., aus Snider. .mm aus Snider, Joyras Imam, aoa sum-M-, lhwvrly J., 155, :mn snyuer, Donald D1-nn, 75 sn,-der, Jnhn wxmmus, av svn, llnberm Walter, us snmm1.1. mn wynmn. we 215 sumuy, mxnm- N., 206. 23 spam., 1111111141 xvaag, us swwek, Barbnru sm, 155, an swmgm-, Jam umw, 216 sl-mm, Pm-r John, 102 spnrmw. Nm-mlm A., wg Spear, John Stanley, 295 sperm, Herbert M.. 89.217 Spa-cd. lm.-fly Jam., 241 sm-mm, Shelby E., 102 spaxlmm. Rohm-X J., av spanhmwy, mm, 221, 317 spuxm, linger mmm., 55, 179. la sums. .mms Fleming. me smvknmn, nm-no Ann, 221, 245 smmy, su., mm., 1121 smnn, 1-men mmm, wa, 211 213,219,224,228.311 sum, Dwight ximvml, ess smug, emu-1 msli.-, 102, 178 Slnnu, Paul Chester, 289 Stnnn, Vvrnnu Allred, 109 Smrums, umm, 15, va smumu, E111-Harman, 125. I2 smver, 11111111111 line, 211 Sloyles, mmm Imvas, xx smbu-y, 01-riuR..1.. 87 snmm, Rnhert mwel-ne, 102, 120, 121 su-num-, Sully Ann, 102, neu smug, non nzawm, 102 snub, Frank Allen, asv sn-we, .mm Elaine, 102 sm.-1k1-, ru.-mmx G., wa. 174 Suuhy, .nm-1 wylur, 109 smnbmnk. winmm R., ss, 265 sum--, nan.-L zwlmxyn, :ms s--mmm Wallace J., ss, ans Sullivan, Denis -Tuel. 283 7 Sulnmn, Edith Llxeillv, 102, 230, asv, 2:19, 240 smmwn, mmm .Im-1, an sunm-1-, Gerald C., 102 sumerlfmd, sm- C., ms, El 1. 317 Smlxex-lin, R-when R., 70 s--um-, .mym Am-, me, sos svn sprmm, Leland 1.., 120 spring. sfmfm sue, am sl-mm, Gs-no Qem.-, 293 SlRrh011l'. Roller John. 102, 110 smxmif, Edwnrxl Lee. 77 sm-k, xznnm Phillip, 221 Staley, Edith 11.11-, 231 Slliltfllrll. Yvillinlll, 120, 250 sm..-ney, Davin zu., ev, 179, 2 08. summ, 1-'rank Jmpn., 275 Sutton, Harriet. E,. 102, 218 smwn, Joanne mm. sos summ. Immriw Em. 247, 249 sun-rkmp, Pmxl M. Jr., 267 swmmn, min G., 125 Swank, .mm L.-was, 102, 119 swmk, ummm m-uw, 102, 178, 259, 213 smmsm-, Donald. mms. 75, 11 215 Smulef. Donald Allan, 179 Swnnsnn. Richard Umm. 267 Swanson. Rollin Denn, 103 1 J . sum, I-'rmxces L., no, 212, 321 Swnrll, Jollll Lewis, 283 Sweeney, .Issues Arthur, 180 Sweet. Jo Ann, 55 sweimv, Nancy mm, 110, 155, BI I . Syvu-nd, Samuel M., vs, 107, 213, 283 Sywnssink, Jmml F1, 218, 230, 309 sm-my, .nm-ph A., 10:1 T numm-, .rum-S Richard, 120 Tulhnnn, Goran-Q, :mu 'rnllmm Nm-um Jew, wa 1-arf, .mm mn, 219 '1'.nmm., Jam. 1:1111-111, 110 '11-yum-, 11emr1c11 v. Jr., zsa 'rnyxm-, Robert L. Jr., rr, so Taylor, virgmm L., 125 11-hmemn. vhavmhe, 125 '1'.-ng--Q, lm.-1-ly J1-nn, 245 nm-, Harold Allen, as, wa '1'e1m--1, Mmxfa.-0 xx., mu 'm-1-ilu, mlm-1 cm, 241, 249 "Perry, .my umm, ma, 261 'l'1.ielen, nnfneu mir, ms, ms 'mm-m.-, Jamal Ruse, sos 'I'hmlt, Linnea Esllmr, 108, 155, 174, 22-1, 280, 305 '1'lmnms, A111-1. Nm. 259, 281 Tlmlnas. But! L., 103 'rl-Dum, muy lm, more '11-gms, rrlifrm-11 Wm-a. 2-ra 'l'1wm..S, D1-M111 xv., vs, 15. 11, vs Tlxunms, Evlnmrlia M., 303 'l'l1umns, Jana Allsonv, 103, 313 Thuxnas, Janet Louise, 227 Thnmns, Pnlrlcin Ann F., 103, ws, 224, :na Tllnnlas, Pnlrieill. Ann, 155, 228, 301 Tllullms. YNillilmx Dann, 103 'l'hum!lx, Yvillinlll J., 103 'I'h0mpsun, Dlwid Frnlxk, 131 1'lmmps.m, nwigm o., as '1'1wmpsm1, E1-um 0. Jr.. 103 1'lmmpmn, nm-, 10:1 'l'hnm1-sqm. Hu-bvrt 0., 1011, 179 Thnnxpson, Mnrgnnvt A., 103 '1'1mmpsm., Mnry 1,0-use, 67 'l'lxulllpsun, Richard S.. 55, 179, 291 '1'1--mlm-... lemma u., 67 'rlmmpsmh Rum-rv. M., sm Tlxonxpwann. Tnlnmdge E., 179 Thompsoxl, NVillilml E., 75, 77, 'IN 'rlmm1, 1.1-my nmma. aus Thunls, Slunr! XVillium, 279 Tlmms, Wnymv Harman, 267 '1'hQmQ-11, Snr. sum, nm Tllorlurull Belly Ran, 239, 240 Thorpe, L1-uhRne, NU, 147- 233. asm, 321 'r1mm, mmm imma, 217 '1'1m1, Jun... mmm, 291 vi.-1-, ln-unnrd mrmn, ees Tino, Eanmml Joe, vs, vs '1'i1-key, Lnwrne- mn, 45, 115 'l'nhin, 11-men, wa Tocdt, J...-1: sylvesm-. ao. me wfzey, Avis JK-nn, 125 wlmld, Charles W., nn Tnlm, Mmm Ann, 311 '1'011nmer, 1,0i5.mn, wa, :us Tnlliver, Shirley R., 295 wmifn, .mm .1mp1., 55 1'-mu, 11, mm., ma, 217 'roolu-y, .Tuna Ann, 2111, 311 '1'-me-lm, sm-nm, :su ww, Mmm: G1-on-ge, 182 Townsnnd, 11m1.na eau Trng,-, umgn rzmm-11, 120 '1'mry, .mum me, 240 'mrfnrm Ulm-ww 103 '1'r..v.-rw, .mek H. Jr., 173, 175- 275 wnmifek, szmm-y F., 131 '1'n-mlm.,-, mynwx A., wa ' E1 '4 v 1 E I 5 'I 1 'bs 5 E Q5 f 'Z J 1 5 4 I .Ii 4.1 .1-..,,,,,.. 'l'l-11a1g1ypfT111111-1 Dyke. 120 Trill lm' Roller! Irwin 115 1hI1-, Jmli1'11 E., 301 '1'1-1111111. 01111111111 L.. 55, 511, 1111 '1'111111111g11. G11-11111 11111111, 2111 '1'1-11111111. N111 ca., 2115 'l"ro11'h1'i1'lI12e1 Yarn H-1 1 'l'111'ko1', Frank Dean, 2 5 'l'111:k11v. 'l'l1o111l1s 1111, 2111 03 6. 1 1111-1, sl11111111 Flair, 125 11111, C1111 11'11111, 11111 '1'11111. .1111111-1 11111111 11111, 179, 2111. 2111 '1'111111-1-, 11i11111111cl1111, 111, N9 '1'111-11111, 1111111-11 s.. 120 'l'1111111-1111. 111111-11111 125 'l'11111111:. 1111-1111111 01111. 2115 '1'111-111, 11111111111 111111-, 111, 111 111-1-1-11-11, .1111111 1111111111-11. 115 '13-11-1-, 111111111-11 J111111. 126 U 11111. 111111111111 111.111, 179 111111, Darrel! J1111111. 1111 Ullorirh, 111-111y G., los. 11111, 1111 U111111111, sally .11-1111. 10:1 U1111. 11111111111 W111111111, 11111 U11111111, 1111-1111111w111111-11, 115, 117 1111111-111, 1111111 W11111, 115 11111111-11111,J11111111111., 117, 2111 1111111-111-11112 111111-1-111-1 111., 21111 11111-11, 111111111 111111111 1211, 121 111111-, 1111111-11 111111. 2115 V V111-1111111. 111111111-1, 2111 V1111 111-1111-111. W111111111. 1111 V11111111111, A1111-111 l11., 221 1'1111111v11, Ar11111r, vo V1111111111111, 11111111111-11, 11, 155, ao V11111l5rl1111, .1111111-1111., 1113. 1115 v1111111r111y111-, 1111111 111-111, 2211. 313 v111111111111111. K111- 141111, 21111 V1111111111-. w1111-1-11 L.. 11111 V1111 Van Yun V1111 V1111 V1111 Vim G111111-1, 1111v111, 511, 179, 215 1111111111-1111. G111111111, 1211 1111-1111-, K1-111111l11, 67 1111-1111, 111151. 111, 217 N11111111111. 111111-1, 1105 N11111111111, S111111. 11ls, 11115 11111. .1111111111 l111111111, IIT V1111 Onslvrhmll, P111-r, 119, 111:l, 107, 179 Vltll Pllilvll. l'P1:g5' A1111, 1021 V11111-1111. .1111111 111111111111. 511, 551 V1111 W11111-1-1111, 111111111111 151 11111, 11111111 12111111111-. :11111 V111111111111, w111111111 Ie., 1211 v11v1-11, V11-11111111 L111. 11111, 11111, 2115, 21111, 513 V1111111111111. S1111111 111111. 30:1 V111-111111. 11111111111 H., 2115 1111111111-, 1111111111 lv., 295 V111-111111, .151111 G.. 1111, 252 V1-1-111111, W111111111 lf., 2811 Wm-1111111-. 1111111 F., 2111 v11ve1-1111, 11111111111 121111, 21:1 111111111-1-. 11111111 A., wa, 1111, 151, 1111, 2115 111111. 111111 111111, 511, 62 5 v11111, 1111111-1111 11111111-, 1121, 179, 259. 2111 vi111-1-111, 11111111 xl., 511 1'i11c1111, 111115111 A., 10:1 Yi111-5111, J11111e1 1111r111w, 117 1'11ge1. 1:11111 C111-1111-, 309 V11111, JQ1111111- 111111-y, llla, 11115 Y1'1lk11113l', YVi1lis. A., 56, 178, 2753 11111, 111111111 1.111111 265 V1111111111111, V11111 V., 1112, 1111, 2111 V11111111111, 1111511111 111111, 111. 111 V11111111111-111. 01-111. 15, 1111, 134 V1111 1.1111111111,1111111111. 1511, 211 V1111 1.1111-1, 11'1l11111111.11-, 1511. 273 v1111s15111, Robert H., 77 V11111111111, 111111111 E111111. 2211 Voss, 11111111110 lllnrylnrvl, 1011, 319 Vlmix, G11or,g11 Johll, 130 W 1V11ck1'r, Dell111riJ11l111, 511, 1711 NVu1ln, Jerruhl Allan, 75 ' Williulu ll., 2551 XX 11110, W111111111. 1111111-11 .r., 111:1, 251 XVB1I!l1c1', C011sl.1m1'e llnl, Ill!! W111111111. 111111111111 111111-, 221 11111111-1-, .1111111 1111-1111111, 111 11'11111, .1111-11.1, 105 W1111. 111111111 1111111111, 70 w11l1. .111l111 V111-1-, 111, 111, 255 W11111-. 111111111 1111111-1, 67 1v11111-111111, 11'111ir1e11. 11111 1v1111l111g111. 11-1-111, 32:1 W111111111, 111-1111111111111111l. 339 w11l111-1. 11111111 M1111-, 1111 1111111-1-. J111111-1 R11111111111, 2811 W1111:1-r, .T111111 A1111. 112, 1111 w111111r, w111111111 11111111. 1112 1111111111 0111-1111 111111, 1119, :1111 W11111111-, 1111111111 H., 11111, 1111, 15-11, 261 W11111111-, .11111l1-1- 1... 225, 229 YVn1l111', VVillinl11 XVu1lv, 1110, 261 w111111, 111-1111 111111111-. 55 11'1111.i11111111-, 11011111-1 11., 2111 11'11111-r, 1111111111 1.11, 255 1v111111111111111. .1111111 111. 1114. 21:1 W111111.-111, 1-111111-11. 11., 178 W111111111111. 111-11-11 111111. 221 w1111-, 1-1111111 S11111111-11. 207 w111111g, A111111 125 11111111-11. .11111-1111 11111, 2115. 2111 W111111-1-, 1101151-1 11111111. 11111 W11111111-11, 11111111111 J11111, 215, 23 239 w11111111111111y, J111111, 11211 W111111111111, Jerry '11, 2111 S1 NVnsI1h11rn11, Nvilliluu K., 56, 279 Yl'n11lr11. -Tnllws A., 131 1v11111111, 11111111111 .1111111. 1114, 114 w1111511, Robert 11., 51, as w1111. .1111111-1 M1111111111, 11111 11'11x1-11111111 1111111 1111111111. 277 W111-11111-1, 1.1111111l, 150, 2511 w1-1111, 11111111111 111111, 2111 W1-1111, 111111111111 11111111. 55, 2111 W1-11111-1, 111111111111 cv.. 1111. 21111 W1-11111, J11111111 1-11111-111-11, 17:1, 174, 253 W11111'r, lnsliu E1lwi11, llv Wt'l111r, Ri1'l111r1l J,, K9 w1-11111. Willix 1:1111-1111. 511, 119, 215 111111111-. 11111111111 56 W1-1-1111, J1-1111 11., 251 W11-11111, 1111111 J111111, 1011, 155, 21111, :115 W1-1111111111, 111111111115 1-'.. 221 11'1-11r1111111. 1.. 111111-, 2:10 W1111111111111..11111111,11.. 511, 1111. 21111 W11111111111111, 111111 1'1111rl111, 117 NVu1l, 1411111111111 011111, 3211 W1-1111l11l, J1-1-11111'1'., 111, 227 W1-1111111151, .11111111 w.. 2111 1111-111111111-11, 1-11111-1' 111,. 211 XX'eir, 11111111111 Douklans, 115, 18 11111, 1111111111111e1-11. 115, 118. 1114 11111, 1111-11111-11 1,111v11l1. 215 W1-11-11. 111111 111111-1111-1-1, 521 11'1-11-11.111-1111111 L111111. 275 W1-111111-, xv11y1111 1111,-111, 267 11'1-11111111 .1111111 1.., 1114 111111. 11111-11 F., 155, :121 wi-111, 11111 S1111111-1, 1114, 321 4 Wnlls. Richard .1111-dull, 178, 2811 11'1-111. 11111111111 Dewey, 120 111111. 11111111111 J11111111, 2111 111111, 111111111 P1-11111111. 2111 W11111, 1111-1111111 .11111111111, 295 w1l111 Al 1111111111 '1 2111 - 1-, 1 - 1..- xv11111111,'1'1111 1.1-1-, 115. 118, 121 194 w1111'. 11111111111 111111-, 1111, 1111 11111111-1, 111111111111 J11111, 1211, 225 1Ve11d11l, llonlliv Jvnn, 126, 225 NV11111ll2r, Hnrold P., 75, 77 XX'1111g9r, virginia Allll, 1101 11111111-111111-11, J1111111 R., 115 Wen:-i1-k, M111',i11ri11 M1111, 2101 1Ve11l11'11r1l1, AI1111 Fred, 104, IIN, 171 WE111111111, 1111111111-1, 11. 285 xv.-111111, .1111111 .11., 1111 111111111-. 511111111 R1111111, 221 WQ11111111, 1111111-11 w., 2111 W1-1111-1111. 11111111111 A1v11, 181 111111-111111111. 1-1-1111 c., 2111 11'l:s1nrl11111I, Ropznr L., 155. 261 XVesUnIl, Revllurll L., 1011, 215 1111111-1111. .1111111 111111111111, 11111 111111-1-. 1111111- 11111. 2115 Whruler. 011111-11-1 K., 10-1, 1111 111111111-ry, 111111111-1 111111. 2111, 279 11111111111-, 1111-1111111 E.. 55 W11111, 11111111111 w11y111-, 511 W11111-, .111111111 1111111111. 11111 W11111. .11-rry 1111111-1-1-. 2111 w11111. .1111111 11:1 .11-,. 112 11111111-111 111111, 1211 11111115 w111111, S1111-1111-11511, 229, 3115 XV11i11-11211111 Dolores 1T., 126, 127 x1'11i1e11e1111. J111111 111., 11115 W11i11-111111111. W111111111 K., 118 w111111111. 11111111111., 1-17,1-114, 321 w11111-111111, 111111111 llr.. 51, 511 NVl1i111m1'e. 1Villi11l11 R., 118 Wllitllvy, Mnrgnret 111111, 307 VVivk. 111111111111 0111111-, 11111, 21 30:1 Wivkm-lu 11111111111 K1111l1, 11311 Wlrllllnll, R1i1:1lnr1l A., 116 W11-111-, 111111111 L111111, 104 1111111-, 12111111111 1111111-, 295 W1111111, s11i111-y S1111, 225 w11111, 1'1111i1-111 11111, ans W111, D1111111 1111111111, 2111 wil1-11x, 111111-111-1 M., 111-1 W111111, G1-1111111 v., 2-111 Wiley, A1111-11 11., 115. 116 1v11k1-, R11-11111-11 M1-11111. 2711 w11l11-11, 111111-111111, 11115 W111111111111, Rillia N.. 2:15 w11k11111111. 11111-11 A., 125 1v1l1111151111, .1111111 J., 2111 1vi1111y, J111111 1.111111 2111 W111i1111111, 11111-5 R11111, 121 w111111111s, 1111111111111 11., 295 XVi1-h11111l1l1, Rolla-1-1 H., 183, 28 51 fvxel, , 1,-.1 wi11s11111, 1111111111111.. 2117 11Vi1'tz, Hlxlersun Keith, 179 Nviso, Artlnlr Ulxnrlns. 104, 115 X1'isl1111111', Delia ll.. 10-I YVRI6, E1'l1USl'I'., 67, BH Witlnllm, John 111'xle1', 70 N1'i11ver, l'1'l0l'G1'ol'A:e, 206 w111111-11111-1-g, 11111111111 1... 1114 XVolf, David L11wr1'111:e, 251 XV11lf, Ilnwnrd Ullnrlus, 2621 NVGH. JHHI1, 150, 1123 YVolf, 1101111 H11111111, 231 Xvnlf, 1111111111 R., 2123 XV11lfv, Arnold 111-111on, 277 1V11lfv, Ellen Juan, 217, 227 w11111', 1-1111111 L1111111111, 1211 XVnlf:11111. Donald I., 2611 X1'nlfs1111, .Ternlfl IL, 2611 1Vull11rs, NVil1if1'1-11 M., 225 W1111, G1-1111111 A., 2117 W1111111. 111-1111111 A111-yn, 2115 Wood, 11111121 11011, 240 W'11od, Jann Marie, 5117 XVond, .l'11l111 Wesley, 56 NV11111l, Susan Mussie. I0-11 XX'oL11la1'd, D011 Hdwill, IIN W11n1l11rd, Ralph H111-l, 1111 XVo11dl1111'11, Hoy111n11 'K',, 120 NV11111ll.111rl1, Jann- Susan, 10-1 1Voud1'ock, D1l1l11l1.l A., llrl 1v11111l11111f, A111111 lc., 1211. 127 Vl'u111I1'11f1'. 011111-It-11 A.. 104 XVOr11lr11l1'. D011 D11vi1l, 104 W11111111-y. .111l111 11., 111, 221 W111-11111-y, 1111111111 111111, 212 XVnru11r1l111, 1l11n11ld H., 120 11'1m1111. 1111511511 w.. 1115, 277 Wren, 0111-111y11 .111y, 1114 W1-111111, 0111111 '1'11111n111, 2113 XVrigl1!, David Orln, 2117 Willi11111s.J11 A1111, 10-I. 140, 229, 21111. :1115 11'il1111111s. J1111-111111, 289 W1111111111, 1111111111 A., 87 111111. 1111111111 11111111111, 55, 511 11'111w1,11l1. 111-1111 11., 11111 W111111111, .11-1111 J111111, 1511, 3111 w111l11. P111-11-11 111,-111, 2111 W111111, 11111111111 E11w1111l. 11111 w1-111111. .1111111-1 11. Jr.. 211. 2-111 wl-111111, 11111111111 1.1-1-. 1111, 1111 W1111111, 11111111111 H.. 111. 1111 111111111 1. 1111111-11 A1111. 11111 wy11111, 11111111 11111-11, 104, 219 Y 1'1-111111. s11111- A1111, 1111. 1115. 2211, 111111 x'e111111-, 11w11111l111y11 111111, 2111, 221. 215 Y111111,1, 1111111111 J11y, R7 v111111g. 11. W., 117, 1111 1'1111111:, 111111 1.1-11. 1:11 Y111l111:, llnlmld lKr11c1'. 77 v11111111.111111111 111111, 10-I, 1121 V11111111. J111-1111-11 A., 10-1 1'111111g. .111111111 W1-1111-, 2115 1'1111ng, .111111111 W11111111. 2112 Y1111111:. .1111 D., sec v111111g. 1,111 1-:111111111,111, 1111, 1114 Y11111111, M111-g11r1-1 A1111, 217, 1111 Y11111111. 11111111111 c., 15, 77 Y11111111. 111111111111 J1-.. 289 1'1111111:1r1, 1111111115 11.55, 511. 119 Y111111115rs, 1-1111-r 111111, 17:1, 17-1, 227 w1111111, 111111 Clark, 283 11'1l11111, 11111111-11 .1111111-1, 511, 2111 W11111111, J11 111111, 1211, 241 w1l11111. 111-11111-111 Dnlv, 71, TS 111111111, 11111-11111 1111111111-, 1o4 W1111111, 1111111 J111111, :115 W1111111, 1111-1111111 J., 21111 W1111111, 1111111 J11111, 10-1 W 111111, .11111, 1114 Winder, 11111111 D., 279 1Yi11da1'S. Rirlmrll U., 281 11' 111 1-11, 11111-1111111 111111, 225 W11111. 0111111 141111, :1111 W111111111, .1111111 111111111-11, 287 11'1111111r1, ,111l111 G1111-111-, 116 w11111-11. 111111-1-111, 2511 W11111111. 11111111111 1... av 11111111111-, 11'11y111111., 77 Y111111111111111, 11111111111 111., 59 Y1111111-11111. G1-.111-11111 11.. 11111 Z z11l1111-. .1111111151-',. 10-1 Z1111111111, 111111511 1-1., 111 Z1111111111111111, 111111 J.. 2111 z111111111y,1, .111111111111 w., 221 z1.111-. 1:11111 1-:1111111r11, 115 Z111111111. M1-11111 1.1111-11, 111. 111, 1114 2111111111-. 1111111-11 1.y1111. 1114 Z111111111. .1111111 C., 2511 Z11111111-. 1111111 11111-111, 56 . z11111111r1111111. C1111 ll., 1114, 1111, 1s11, 2117, 2111, 219, 255 211111111-1-1111111, .1111111 011151. 1111 Z11111-1, R111111111 C11111111, 215 Page 367 'X X Rf en affis Ania, ana! cfone . . . . . . there's usually at least one who has to leave town the day HAWKEYE hits the streets. This, year's editor expects to be no exception. He and his cohorts are still Hrmly convinced that the safest thing would have been to provide each student with a looseleaf folder, some blank pages and a box brownie, Everybody would be happy. But the gang at IATB always wanted to live dangerously . . . and you've just read the result. The year started off with a bang-or shall we say "slaughter"-when HAWKEYE staffers descended upon registration fully equipped with pencils, subscription cards. fiendish grins and some Little Iiify Arm Twisters. It was a sure sign of progress when we started receiving phone calls at Renaldds, more commonly referred to as the downtown office. Many toasts were made to our famous photographer, Ioe Miller-the poor lad who never showed up for appointments but managed to save many a scalp. 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