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AQYQSIN ,?aGgl"-V' . , If V..-hi 'T!.iQ:k-TA:-i xl I I . 1 :L h .QA Q- I. -f -. . -- -. . , -Q., . ..A-,.,...--,: :.:g .4 .,4f- ' , 'ir :, g?2v::u3 ggi., Hg A A .. " . ' ,.,rs . " "- .ibfxfilaif ,za ' " 1- .1-a, '. 41' ' LL.. L- , 'p . 5 3 ' Uver the threshold . . . v 1 into the maze much-needed advice . probbng pnyswms prison,-like Zikenesses m4.1sg M. 1 J but the unpleasantries for new students soon passed First Nighter, "Toast of the Town," drew 3,500. 11 M They packed the Union for their first taste of campus social life . . . orientation meetings . . . the pres- identis tea . . . and campus tours set the maze in place . . . stran- gers were suddenly friends . . . and they became full-fledged Hawk- eyes. "How do you do., Mr. and Mrs. President." gf tara 1 ' I :' ,, i - ' -. . ' " :' '- ' v. -- Ur- - . 2 . 45- . 74--G,-.f:-. ,-,..Q ...-H.- -:, - 31 '.-4.. ' "This, kids, is a building you'Zl become quite familiar within , + 2 ff , Y x 1 5 . 219. H2526 .: Q f. 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MK, 1, -P., . " - 1,2 ,.- .,. -.-- . , , 1 mi, - Q . S L . . ,. , V, . Qu fs., W ,J , , . ,,, f J v Q v V., , v ., x , 1 Sf. A 1 v F . . ? 'X4 r- 'V 1 V ' , . "' " : . 'fm i ' , V -I . YE .4 iw ? 74: nxrvff, , ' '- L' r f , ' ' " ,K mf j X , -ai .31-, .J - - fp? ,. ll 1 - 1-n - 1 r.. V .V 51. . . . . and suddenly the preliminaries were over . . . class schedules were carefully pasted in brand new notebooks . . . we fought the mobs and the prices at the book stores . . . sold, and bought books at the exchange . . . sharpened our pencils . . . vowed not to cut a class dur- ing the ensuing semester . . . and waited for . Some collapsed! the work to begin. . . . but most recuperated with amazing speed 25 The pllenomena The library lounge, campus social center. of the college age The campus Went to Work . . . and the Work was study. Some attempted to con- centrate in their housing units Cfor a few short Weeksj . . . but, except for the very hardy souls, most retreated to SUI's modern library. Some took I5-minute breaks in the lounge . . . but many stayed on, using every precious minute. Stamina? Came the inevitable exams . . . and we were inevitably not quite prepared. ff: is . . . and off to class. Dash 'cross campus, ight the mobsinto Schaef- fer hall, squeeze up the stairs and into the class room-the days set- tled into routine. Lecture time . . , catch-up on the world . . . bone-up for next class. I 'J rw H ,w rv , 1 .JX S N ln. X w l . .rf Classes in effective tl1,inlcin.g put the horse before the cart. .Sid Q l l l ,J 27 28 , l 'Xe N Yhe fall was 9 '-"- 'im-X still young when they appeared-- hana' ln hand . 2' f, Free hours were spent just walking and talking. Then boy met girl . . . and the routine ended Staff of life, the coke break. 1 23 Q T xv ' lf? , 1 xx ,f ' f ' ' - 'kiln 1 ' fi- , .-, ,. x Y Vita ' 1 lb x ' V1 .ku A R 'x. x in-'AI ,A f Yo- X- on xo Q w -L ,mir ' X ' 'f fi lk of e ws' You could spot them a mile away. ' ambo--I e! at Tall F iesta' Ralph Marterie pounded on the drums . . . colorful penyatas hung temptingly from the Union ceiling . . . black lace and roses decorated the walls . . . mini- ature Mexican hats swung gayly from each coed's Wrist . . . couples stomped to the Mexican hat dance . . . and were serenaded in true Spanish fashion at intermission time . . . a patio scene backed the band stand. The festive at- mosphere of the first all-University dance, Oct. 8, turned 1,800 students into gay Mexican dancers. Zeee ticket taker, he wore zeee wrong costume. Marterie flavored the evening with cz mixture of Old Mexico and modern SUI. 29 3 f as 5 Ju- x " 1 XX xx mn ,Q is Q 1.55 wa . A .P-, L x 1 U 2 ., . , '- 2 1 ' V .v ,332 f, ,. , ,Z ' , LW'-. ' A iz 1 s sz f f 7 Q3 L rw 'ki A A- , . Q R E -in 1 .:f. wp , fl luke? is :www f if ,agar x. .f X ga E1 5" vx' wg M., J. I , ,r Aw fwgwff WYE ma 'lg' I1 ,sg . 7 Football dads clonnecl sons' numbers for the game. Dads were 'Kings for the Weekend' They were guests at the Wisconsin game . . . the Peggy Lee-Billy Eck- stine concert . . . and at teas and open houses the campus over. Pete Rugolo and his Lrio performed at the Dad's day concert, Oct. 29. ,Z x y 4 mf. V 2 - ii. 1 . H1 . ,Q . iw" ' Mr. Donald L. Coen, 1954 SUI Dad, and his lovin' daughters is I mmm H 2 -2 vw , w: . X ' F W . ., W 1 ..,.. M W, lil Y., N W E Li t F Q . , L W - I is Q A Ki I Y A Q , Uv A 1 2 mf Q9-ff' 5 4 ll' :fa -f T V 4' f E' 'sflwg J ' ix-'?lF""q,5" l' 17--w?. f y -, Q Q- . , , 5 f ,,,, ,3 E' if 1 1 Y 15 F4fI1gL'i'wg,,1i v' A A 1 5- - A , , l "' L 4 E-E fl "' - ' ' W 3 ' 5:5 is " .-' 4" 'Q i 4 - 1 A E f -. I' .' . 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'QF' '55 Crowds drank in "Rainbow Rhap sodyf, annual Dolphin Water pag- eant . . . Watched and danced to Sau ter-Finegan orchestra at the Home comingdance . . . and the 1954 fes- tivities Were officially over. Purdue brought its card section . . . in vain. gi rl V. 4 f w 1 The Hawks roared through a tunnel of avid motors. Campus Chest drive netted 5234928 Phi Ep's boasted of cooking prowess-later had to prove it. SUI President Hancher lights Hcrky's torch to kick OH drive Nov. I5-19. D 36 We sold all but skins for worthy causes "Favorite commerce instructor", gets it . . . for five bucks. 1- My-Y' n X .2 Tlandyland' ---Currier Formal The river room of the Iowa Union was transformed into an elaborate sweet Shoppe the night of Currier hall's fall formal . . . Gingerbread men looked longingly at the whirling couples . . . braver sugar plum fairies joined them . . . candy canes deco- rated the walls . . . the half-time enter- tainment featured dancing and singing on the sweet side . . . the gingerbread house looked good enough to eat at Currier's Candyland fantasy, Nov. 19. Couples danced to Leo Cortimiglia and band. Y . . . and inside, a gingerbread world 37 l f l , l Twenty-one coeds and their skits were presented at the Union, Nov. 30. Miss SUI Pageant Week Balloons . . . candy canes . . . posters . . . sports cars . . . con- vertibles cluttered up the town While the gals waved prettily, the crowds cheered, and the campaigners worked and sang themselves hoarse Convertible parade made the rounds of fraternity houses and dorms Thursday night. SMX W "Mr, Sandman, bring me a dream "Ain't She Sweet?" "Santa Baby" 6123 Holiday-happy crowd at 6Winter Fantasia' Christmas vacation was approaching . . . the Union was decked out in its best holi- day attire . . . a snow scene framed with branches of White evergreen backed the band stand . . . a false ceiling of angel hair . . . tinsel and sequins . . . twirling silver stars . . . Louie Armstrong and his orchestra . . . five beautiful queens . . . the holiday spirit was contagious and lost no time capturing the imaginations of 1,800 relaxed SUI students at the all-University winter formal, December 3. "The greatest, Pops!" Miss SUI, Iessie james, and her court were crowned Dec. 3 at the winter formal, "Winte1' Fantasia." 39 Christmas or vacation j spirit? Little matter . . . we had the spirit "E-'1g.,:m, V H M : A Y Y ff A and we headed home-- forecast: snow , , ZA.. ,. , A 1 :.2.., lui: 'lfzfiig-1'-fre-.3'i - is 33,",g12mS But when we returned to a snow-blown, cold, dreary campus . . . the spirit was gone . . . post vacation blues had set in. in Housemothers were honored at an intermission tea. 60ne Nighter' IFC Pledge prom One of the many antidotes for those post- holiday blues . . . Interfraternity pledges and their dates swirled in a sophisticated atmo- sphere of black and silver in the Union main lounge . . . sparkling Greek letters spelled- out fraternity names on a black backdrop . . . sorority and fraternity songsters provided intermission entertainment . . . IFC council had chosen five finalists for the queen title . . .two hundred couples voted the night of the formal, Feb. ll, and selected Ann Berner. Couples danced to the M.. 'uv music of lack Paine. ' "Dance with me, Henry!" 'A Greek Inn in the Swiss Alps' Moose heads and Swiss lanterns adorned the Walls . . . St. Bernards lined the edges . . . the Union turned rustic for the lnterfraternity formal, Ian. 14. The queen mel the press. RQ' --ng, as-XA . v ,',w K X f 1 l Sue McBride reigned as Interfraterrrity Queen ll 125 wr. H H M m QF' I-sig? ,ia 1 ,. .Y ,-gi. . ,bg ig' A Q , W:-4u.f: Ubin ,W fq 1 . 1 ,QIQH .. ' 's X 'E L Q 5 . f X 1 M rx N F?P , ,A- r Q I .M 71 ji ,jk ' . .ff ,. N, Rh fx 4 is- I X. in KH, f .i. ' . ' 'Vs '-'U J qv: :T-l ' .1 Qu-A if! St. Pat smiled on Mecca Week 3TWas the week for the Wearin, of the green . . . and the shavin' of the beards. Using slide rules and imaginations, the engineers followed clue after clue in a complicated, but successful, search for the Blarney stone . . . carefully groomed beards were judged by the Mecca queen candidates and awards were made at the Engineering smoker March l7. They appeared clean shaven and smilin, for the Mecca ball held at the Union, March l9. V Mecca Queen Carolyn Slager and court. Intermission ,tea lwrwrezl engineers' guests March 19. 47 , I, l,.x,fYj M N ' 5 If 1 3 1 Q V ' 1 i 1 Y 1 AY' W 1'-xx? uv r fn , ix 4 A'H: ff,La, ly : ggi XE? 7 1 gd if - Z1 16. 1 4: X V 7-:dw 2. ,Q 4,13 'X 'wa 'Eb . ff' i ' ' . :fa 49' R V , 15.2551 - Q 'H 3 ' FIR-Vg. 4 Q.-4, ,V A ' 1 2311'-'e V . in - Q fi-I -' 51-g"'5"?.'g-2L""' Y H 2 Q! V ,E ,, r 6 -413. I. w "-. . J H " """ A ' ' 0 f df f i 5 TQ .r Z -.!, J W ve' W- -. f E-Q 'F ,fb 5 'L v. H ' 5- , 512, rx' . N, im -1., , fx B' M., . ' J 7 W ff I F? 50 RAY ANTHONY in CPC sponsored concert. "The people just change. Period. They want digferent music." RUTH DRAPER "Mistress of animated caricature" BILLY ECKSTINE turned Hawk rooter at Dacl's day concert J 5224 A ,f . .,:,.,,..,. They came from east, west, abroad Lydia Kirk, author and wife of ex-U. S. am- bassador to Russia . . . Sauter Finegan, for Homecoming festivities . . . G. L. Mehta, Indian ambassador . . . Buddy Morrow . . . Dave Brubeck, jazz-master . . . Dimitri Mitropoulous, concert-master, led the University chorus and symphony orchestra in their spring concert . . . and Ioe Welch, Ruth Draper, Louis Armstrong, Ray Anthony, Les Brown, Billy Eckstine, Peggy Lee, Pete Rugulo, Ralph Marterie. Panhellenic brought Russ Morgan . . . RCTC brought Eddy Howard. RALPH MARTERIE set old Mexico mood at "Fall F iestaf' IOI-IN DOS PAS- SOS, author "You are much less frenzied, more level headed and a little apathetic." Sl 1 W-3 1 'QE ww 1, u WH Xu- Q . 1 f x 1 Af may .ff , . :' figs-:E:E:EE EEE f - s ww mmm H- was .pw MNUSTRATIEQN T . -TM: f- ---f-- bi-gm' X ff iff?-xg, ' 'f -:::f3f fwfr.-,L W b ,, E T, . ,Q V ,. if V . 1- Y. '1- 1 .X 4 W. 1 W, f- 1- -..- up - . ,, ,. yr Q Q 1f F iq W, .g , , f -,' ., w:",..,!' 15 '1,-,, 'v'v",., ' y,-V wx yfef, H 'fix 1 11- 1 if 1- m. iffy 'f K3 V , ,. A , f X II X f V f I I W H fll f EY, X ls N13 1, '1Ej .H A 2' -1, uri! E I. -N 1- f' MZ, 3. 1 1' v V' ,Q- f I I I I 1 I I fl I Y 4 ' 1 Y ' I v ' I L ,igig QilyL 3f,Q1 wgig?.g,,lm xl,g gQ W .4 I A ,Mfg M r 5 1 If , .Q 1 ,iv 41 Q, 'ff ,,,x 1 W! -9' uw .L 5 12 f ' ' li s" ., if 5 -,xy Q ft . 1 , ,1?Z:' , , L. J.. x . , V ,., Nl' 4- F'i'5'ffgn... ML 1- ' fav 4191-, jg-I ' ',I V54 11.4-fflimzw ' 1191 W3 My-5 .f P' ' midzfi . -1.171 g., - 1 4 W Q lx, J J , . 1 5 .. 5, r 4 .. -J W . gffeg Ai' v V. . T If-1 -- l 1 1 , x V" 73: V ,X ,. V ' W A V f-.,..,-,Q-N-.,, Y A 3 i. l I 4 v- t ' v 2 ii .E fi: Q, in x.. 'ws 1, 9. ri: 3: is Ja 15, Y. 3. 4 Zu It la. I i , F lf is K I L is R T X 5 Y: 471 1 gt. ill Q 5 .F 1 ,, 94 f ill, 4 'H J, The footsteps of thousands . . have strolled down Old Capitol's steps for the first time . . . for the last time. Laughing steps . . . running steps . . . to class . . . to the dorm . . . to the hospitals . . . the stadium . . . to a ride waiting at the bottom . . . and quiet steps on a new snow . . . by the glistening building, white by night . . . and on into the night ....,.,.,...,..,.1.,f, H,.,,- ,, ' .-7' - 1f.f2.- 'I' - ,ff I 5 President Haneher spea is . . . . . . on education Education in a free society will not be indoctrination, it will not be the inculcation of a slavish, or even a respectful, obedience. It will be the development not of disciples, but of "originals,', persons free, willing and competent to make their own choices and judgments, above all, persons with free and creative minds.-National Farm Institute, Des Moines, February, 1955. . . . on society Blind prejudice, blind partisanship, blind and malevolent suspicion and character as- sassination deny the brotherhood of man and the fatherhood of God. Where they exist no society can be secure, and no society can survive.-University of Nebraska Com- mencement, Lincoln, january, 1954. . . . on the world Do we believe that we have something superior to communism? Do we have a faith, and can we communicate that faith to others across the seas without dominating or destroying them? Do we believe that we, more than the Russians or the Chinese, hold in our hands the destiny of mankind? Do we believe that time and destiny are on our side? We stand at a point where we must take a long look at the future. Our plans must be wisely drawn, and our action must be intelligent, tenacious and courageous. The day of the sprint is over, the race of endurance has begun.-University of Ken- tucky Commencement, Lexington, june, 1954. . . . on the generation I have the utmost confidence in the capacity and character of the younger generation. Man for man and woman for woman they are far better equipped to live in the modern worldthan were we at their ages. If we give them half a chance, they will do a better job than we have done. The people who frighten me are . . . their parents and grand- parents, and the people of my generation. If we don't blow civilization into a thousand fragments before the younger generation grows old enough to take over, I believe that there is hope for everyone.-North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, Chicago, March, 1954. . . . on the university A university is more than a collection of buildings and books and equipment and peo- ple. It is more than each person going his own way. It is more than all acting in uni- son. A university is achieved only when each taking his assigned part, in time, in tempo and in harmony, devotes his effort toward the common goal.-Creighton Uni- versity Faculty Dinner, Omaha, December, 1954. SUI Presialent. .. Virgil M. I-Iancher Meet a friend of yours, Virgil I-Iancher. Assuming the' responsibilities and honors of president of the State University of Iowa in 1940, President I-Iancher continued the active interest he held as an alumnus. I-Ie has gone on to develop the university into the "Athens of the West,,' as Time maga- zine recently stated. Under his capable leadership, SUI has assumed her place in educational and cultural fields, offering the best available in learning to Iowans and to students from all over the world. President IrIancher's appointment to the post which he has now occupied for 14 years was no gamble on the part of the state. Raised in Rolfe, Iowa, he excelled in high school debate there. I-Ie received a Bachelor of Arts degree from SUI in 1918. Intercollegiate recognition in oratory and debate, the senior class presidency, and election to Phi Beta Kappa were his while on campus. A Rhodes scholarship to OX- ford university was awarded him, and he received a BA degree in jurisprudence and an MA degree there. Returning to Iowa, During Christmas recess, the president was given ci sneak preview of the HAWKEYE,S closely guarded division pages. President Virgil M. Hancher he received a ID. In addition, I-Iancher has been the recipient of honorary degrees from seven other universities and colleges. At the time of his nomination as head of SUI, President I-Iancher had been with a Chicago law firm for 16 years. I-Ie had re- fused teaching positions at three law schools, and an administrative position at a fourth . . . but "it was a different mat- terv when his alma mater called him. Aside from his duties in his office here, President I-Iancher has held numerous honors and memberships on national com- mittees and boards. He, has been named an elector of the New York University I-Iall of Fame, he was recently on a nucleus com- mittee to select the site of the Air Force academy, he is currently serving as chair- man of the American Council on Edu- cation, and he is a member of the ex- utive committee of the Herbert I-Ioover foundation. 57 Deans I -Jprww 1--H, 7 .4 4 ...-..-nnllmv . - l l w ' l T 4 1 . E ALLIN W. DAKIN I-IARVEY H. DAVIS Administrative Dean, Provost i fl N L. DALE FAUNCE SIDNEY G. WINTER ' Dean of Students Dean., College of Commerce 58 H Y V Deans MAsoN LADD DENVIIY B STUIT Dean, College of Law Dean Collage of Lzbcral Arts NORMAN B. NELSON Dean, College of Medicine 1 H - 9 A1 lk im 5 Q 'if A . f-fill -rlgb - :wi 'HH MYRTLE KITCHELL Dean, College of Nursin Deans A l l l I 0 r I Lows C. ZOPF BRUCE E. MAI-IAN Dean, College of Pharmacy Dean, Extension Division Directors ROBERT S. MICHAELSON LESLIE G. MOELLEH EARL E. HAIRPER Director, School of Religion Director, School of Iournalism Director, School of Fine Arts 6I MARK HALE Director, School of Social Work Directors TED MCCARREL Registrar PAUL W. BRECHLER Director, Division of Physical Education and Intercollegiate Athletics ROBERT L. EBEL CHESTER I. MILLER Director, Examinations and Testing Director, Student Health Service 62 xihnam. 1 AI. S. WORLD WAR -ru fjlliilf 5 ci' 101 ,w I """T 9- xiw, -V 1 fs: ' J: gf -K 'gp ,1,.L 4 Pg. - "wuz, . nu.. L, 35 5 :UQ li LEAN ORE IAMES ABB OT ALBRIGHT Greeniield Des Moines RONALD PAUL BALL BARTLETT Fairfield Bedford RONALD ROBERT BOLES BORGSTROM Mason City Sioux City GERALD EDWIN CLEMMENSEN COLLINS Waterloo Ft. Dodge CARROL ANDERSON Charles City LU ANN BEECI-IER Elma IAMES BUDD Ft. Madison WILLIAM COLLINS Ft. Dodge R-IL. lv I '- ,X --.Uv , fx, 'N ' ROBERT ANDERSON Ogden IOI-IN BEEM Pleasantville WILLIAM BURTON Waterloo IOI-IN CRAY Burlington 1 M,i liin Distractions, always distractions during final week. WILLIAM ANN ANDERSON ANDREWS Washington, D.C. Iowa City REX EDWARD BEEMER BERGER Chapin Iowa Falls DALE DONALD BUTTERWICK CARSTEN Iowa Falls Hawarden BEVERLY BEN CRONK DETERMAN Bloomfield Clinton IEAN ARBUCKLE Waterloo DONALD BLINK Ft. Dodge BILL CLARK Newburg RODERICK DICKINSON Des Moines ERNEST ARNDT Arnolds Park IVAN BLUMER Klemme DEAN CLARK Rodney RONALD DOM Park Ridge, Ill ROBERT DRAPE Waverly RICHARD FERGUSON Toronto, Canada RICHARD GRAHAM Columbus City JOHN HANRAI-IAN Des Moines Kdlljj EJ '.:""I9"C Q?-' '33-' Q. N., VIV IAN HOCHSTETLER Kalona WILLIAM SIDNEY ROBERT DUGAN DUN ITZ EBENHAI-IN Owatonna, Minn. Newton Chicago, Ill. CLAIR MARIORIE ' HUGH FLIEDER FRANK FRIES WHt91'l0O Pleasant Valley Shelby ROBERT WILLIAM ROBERT GRIFFITH GRIMM GROOM Newton Iowa City Des Moines WESLEY REGIS RICHARD HARKER I-IARRINGTON I-IASBROOK Denison Oelwein Estherville WILLIAM CAROLYN ROBERT HOGAN I-IORNBAKER HUIBREGTSE Dubuque Bonaparte Hull EVERETT RANALD LEROY EARL EIDE ENGELBECK ERGER EVANS Crookston, Minn. Des Moines Cedar Rapids Fulton, Ill. RAY LAURENCE IOHN PAUL GALLER GIBSON GLASMAN GRAHAM Waupun, Wis. Walnut Chicago, Ill. Grundy Center PAUL 'IACK DONNA DONALD GROSSI-IEIM GROVE I-IAMERSLY HAMM Washington Mason City Gilmore City A Bloomfield Loci .mf tyovffffif qmfivl do Q., iivzwuj -uf JE-if JAMES IOI-IN M. WN . HETH- JACK jf 0 HATCH HAYES ERINGTON HILL Lancaster, Wis. Mason City West Liberty Des Moines DON DONALD MAURICE RICHARD HUMMEL INMAN IRON S IACOBSON Cushing Tama McPherson, Kan. Iowa City 65 CARL IAEGER Des Moines LEIN KNUDSVIG Ossian GEORGE LEHMAN Cedar Rapids HAROLD MAY Eldora DUAN E JENSEN Cedar Falls KARL KORNEISEL Britt IANICE LEVSEN Cedar Rapids KEITH MCCARTNEY Bagley MERLE JENSEN Davenport ALBERT KRALL Iowa City RICHARD LEWISON Newton RICHARD MCCAULEY Atlantic DONALD JOHNSON Ft. Dodge ROBERT KRANE Fairfield JAMES LLOYD Washington PAUL MCCOLLISTER Iowa City ' The hour was lateg the vigil, long-but 1,200 drowsy students took advantage of extended hours to welcome Big Ten basketball champs home. JACK JOHNSTON Oskaloosa WILLIAM LAN DSCHULZ Dubuque ROB ERT LUTHRO Eagle Grove DAVID MCGRATI-I Eagle Grove ROBERT JONES Cedar Rapids NELLE LARSON Iowa City ROBERT LYNXVVILER Cedar Rapids WILLIAM MCGRATH Clarion LARRY KELLY Davenport IOI-IN LAVELLE Ft. Dodge JAMES MAGGERT Afton THOMAS MCKAY Dubuque MARION KLOO I W YK Knoxville WARREN LAWSON Fairfield EDDIE MATSUI Lanai City, Hawaii MARILYN MIKES West Bend HERBERT MORRIS Des Moines DONALD OTTEN Iowa City BRUCE PRICE Eldora DONALD REYNOLDS Vill isca DON RUCHOTZKE Tipton DONALD MUIR Cedar Rapids PAUL PARKER Rock Island, Ill. I. R. PROFFITT Muscatine STANLEY RICHARDS Council Bluffs DONALD RYAN Seneca, Ill. LARRY NELSON Aurelia MYRON PETERSON Alta IERRY PURDUM Macomb, Ill. GERALD RIDLEY Brooklield, Ill. IACK SARGENT Des Moines GORDON N EWMAN Sioux City RICHARD PETERSON Clarion WALTER RADA Muscatine CHARLES RIDOUT Marshalltown CARROL SCHAAL Iefferson BENIAMIN NOLL Evanston, Ill. FRANKLIN PIERSON Fairfield MARY RAUSCH Rock Island, Ill. WILLIAM ROBERTSON Oskaloosa GENE SCHMIDT Fairfield THOMAS NUGENT McGregor ROBERT POLIN E Ottumwa JAMES REEDER Cedar Rapids RICHARD ROEDER Waterloo DANNY SEATON Carroll ' IOHN NUNN Iowa City THOMAS PRECI-IEL Spencer DONALD RENQUIST Ft. Dodge VIRGINIA ROLAND Tipton RICHARD SEEBURG Rockford, Ill. ROBT. OBER- BROECKLING Cedar Rapids RONALD PRESS Des Moines ROBERT RETTENMAIER Ft. Dodge ALLAN ROVNER Des Moines KENNETH SHERK Ida Grove 67 BRUCE SHINE Spencer IAMES SPARKS Council Bluffs CHARLES THILL Dubuque IAN E WALKER Waterloo IOHN WILSON Des Moines THOMAS SI-IULL Sac City JOHN STARKS Mason City LYNN THODT Walcott WILLIAM WALLER Sioux City MARVIN WJNICK Des Moines NORMAN SMALLEY Iowa City IOHN STEPHENSON Oskaloosa IOI-IN THOMAS Ft. Dodge LYMAN WALTER Grinnell CLARAN N WINSLOW Ida Grove RICHARD SMEGO Ioliet, Ill. DONALD STEURER Ames IACK TOEDT Laurel ROBERT WARNER Casey LARRY WOLCOTT Al gona ORVILLE SMITH Grinnell DONALD STOKLEY Rockford, Ill. IOHN VAUGI-IN Mason City LELAN D WAYMIRE Emerson GEORGE WOLFE Iowa City RICHARD SMITH Des Moines GEORGE SUNDBERG Cedar Rapids MARY ANN VERHILLE Ottumwa RICHARD WELSH Clinton PAUL WOLFE Davenport ROBERT SMITH Iowa City RICHARD SWAN SON Odebolt ROBERT VERI-IILLE Otturnwa DENNY WHISLER Centerville ROBERT YOUNG Waterloo ROBERT SORNSEN Walnut DONALD TEMPLEMAN Cedar Rapids DONALD WALDRON Washington FREDERICK WHITE Madison, Wis. CAROL ZADNICHEK Cedar Rapids CLIPT ON ADAMS Lone Tree IAMES DODSON San Antonio RICHARD HAW Davenport RICHARD MCCOMBS Graettinger IAKUB AIZENBACI-I Iowa City ELMER FELDMAN , Tex. George LYNN HEALY Boone CARMEN MILLER Elma Tense moment IEROME FORREST STUART ANDERSON BARNES BLISS Iowa City Ames Sioux City ROBERT IOI-IN ROBERT GASTON GOODE GUENTHER Peterson Des Moines Davenport DIRK KEITH CHARLES IECKLIN KORNEISEL KREMENAK Dubuque Britt Newell MAHLON WAYNE CHARLES MILLER MOLDENHAUER NEWCOMER Iowa City Charles City N ewburg . 5 Q. . ,gAT.-,L ,,.k..,,..1,T, + ,,3fg..,3 ,.f.,,Q,', 1 e ' 11. rf. 1 2' .ggisg ':'g,- " ' 11.15 ,- - tense Euy! DONALD CAMP Lone Tree IAMES HAMILTON Garner JOHN LECOQ Des Moines BOYD NORDMARK Ft. Dodge SAMUEL CHRISTEN SEN Ringsted RONALD I-IARMS Sheldon IOHN LEO Oelwein RICHARD OTI-HVIER Keokuk THEODORE COLE Thurman JERRY HARVEY Britt WILLIAM MCCLINTOCK Carroll IACK OTTO Davenport HAROLD PACKARD Butt KEITH THAYER Cresco ROBERT PETERSON Cedar Raplds ARTHUR VAN CLEVE Cedar Rapids RICHARD DALE REDIG Iowa Clty RABEDEAUX Mt Pleasant ARNOLD WEBSTER Manchester IERULD WEILAN D Iowa Clty NORMAN SCHU LZ Carroll IACK WILSON West Llberty IAMES SEARLS Postvllle IOHN WITTMAN Iowa Clty CARL SVOBODA Cedar Rapids IOHN WORMLEY Davenport ENT L HYG E E MARGARET BATHKE Greene IR S OSTRAN DER Des Momes PATRICIA BUTTON Ac e VERA O TOOLE Swan KA PHY LLIS MARIAN NORMA BARBARA CAMP CLARK FAHRNER HAN SEN HAYS Lone Tree Zearmg Davenport M1lW1UkGC Wxs Des Momes SAN ITA MAXIN E DIXIE MARLEN E REYES ROHDE VAN METER ZVACEK Iowa Clty Des MOINES Molme Ill Cedar Raplds . 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Black Angel's clues Zed engineers to City hall and encl of successful search. DALE HAROLD IAMES KEITH KENNETH DONALD CHRIS AUNSPACH BARMASH - BRADY BREWER BRIDGFORD BROWN BRUECK Newton Riverside Tipton Wichita, Kan. Davenport Sioux City Battle Creek MATTHEW GEORGE MACLYN IAMES IACK RICHARD ROBERT CALLAI-IAN CALVERT CLAN CY DELUHERY DETRICK DIV IS EHLERS New York, N.Y. Martelle Hardy Dubuque Vinton Marshalltown Mason City WAYNE LAURENCE INGE DONALD HELMUT RICHARD BRUCE EVEN SON GERTSMA GISKEGIERDE GOETZ GRAMBERG HAVERCAIVIP I-IICKOK Ft. Dodge Lynnville Halesund, Norway Washington Wiesbadeii, Ger. Muscatine Lancaster, Wis DAVID MAUNG RICHARD KEITH WALTER WALTER I-IILLER HLAING HOOVER HULTQUIST INCRAM IOHAN SEN Plainfield Rangoon, Burma Robins Mt. Pleasant Iowa City Iowa City 4 RICHARD KAMMERER Clarence ROGER 'VIENDENHALL Ottumwa PIPLAN I ROBERT SIMMONS Iowa Clty DONALD TWEED Ft Madlson IOHN KEMP I-Ia1lan LYLE MIN KLER Cher olxee ARISTIDS RATERMAN IS ACK STAN TON Mt Vernon IOHN WAIT Iowa Cnty MICHAEL KOENIG Iowa Cnty IOI-IN MOLLOY Iowa Clty NARAIN RUHWANI ROGER STARNER Molme Ill CHARLES WALLER Iowa Cxty LAVERN LEISTIKOW Waterloo IOHANNES NORHEIM Aurland Norway JOHN RUCKDASCHEL GENE SWYGARD Bl11llI1gl.OI1 CHARLES WHITE Mollne Ill WILLIAM LIIKE Knoxville CHARLES ON EAL Mmburn RICHARD SCHMICRLE HAKIMUDDIN TAQUI Bombay Indla DONALD WILSON Cedar Rap1ds BERNARD N anlung Chma DONALD PAHU S Clear Lake DINESI-I SHAH RICHARD THOMAS SIOUX Clty ROBERT YOUN GB LOOD Farmlngton Ill ANTHONY MASCIOPINTO Barl Italy LEONIDAS PAPATHAKOS Atlantxc EUGENE SI-IIFRIN AY TUCHSCHER Newark N I WLADYSLAW ZAGORSKI Burllngton f MA 1 I OM Meerut, India Iowa City Indore, India Postville Iowa City Bombay, India St. Louis, Mo. I I 532211, .f1,Ef:':" ' . 4, ff? he f . if' M -M J Tfvf ,..,.. .. pw Z .,, - W yr 7: R X., 'Ll FQ? b 6 H' ENE: S - 1 ,1 IXX X 3 '- ' s KX X ix I' V ' 7 x tv LMP. 'K ., V. 1 1 . x JM, - x . X . U ,X .Q 1 fg- X ,., 0 X , fxffh ' X U GENE ACKERMAN Allison IAMES COTHERN Des Moines DANIEL FLORES Clennont RICHARD MADSEN Clinton MORRIS ALLEN Leon ROBERT COX Marshalltown ROBERT HAACK Iowa City WILLIAM MCDONALD Cherokee SAMUEL BETAR Kewanee, Ill. VICTOR DAVIS Knoxville DON HANSEN Cedar Rapids GLEN MCGEE Council Bluffs ..,-...-v-.-.'-,...u -- - i I., L-f :. 5 ,. 4 3- ' -,.':f.,, - f, v:.e1I.: .fy ., M , ,..!,,,, ,Y -155. -.:-.4:" ',1:v:ZX".r"1f-a. ' 'f-- +, I 7 'Af fiirj iiqgx' 735, Q 1: gf' ee" hx.-L 'Q .3 N if 33:1 .1115 1-5 ,ue L. .vt vi r is ,' 1155?-g -1' s 1. Q Q:.' 1- Nei T 5 -L'?'ff55f'l' fffe-i 4- f1iL!g1'.-'idjfi ' ,gf The representative from CPC objects! DAVID RICHARD BUTLER CAREY Mason City LeMars ROBERT LLOYD DIPPO EPLEY Clinton Waverly WILLIAM BURTON I-IIPPAKA IACKSON Ames Independence JOHN WILLIAM MCKINNEY MCNERTN EY Davenport Bancroft LAWRENCE CARSTENSEN Clinton WILLIAM FACHES Cedar Rapids LLOYD JACKSON Clinton DEAN MEINE Whittemore WAYNE COLLINS Dallas Center EDWARD FAILOR Marion CRAIG IOI-INSON Cedar Rapids CLAUDE MORAIN Perry ELDON COLTON Cedar Rapids MERLE FISI-IEL Ft. Dodge MICHAEL JONES Malvern FRANCIS NILLES Cedar Rapids ELIZABETH N OLAN Iowa City FORREST ROSSER Cedar Rapids WILLIAM SKAIFE Dubuque 79 IACK PETERS Ames MARSHALL SCLAROW Ames DONALD STEELE Sioux City IAMES PICKENS Red Oak THEODORE SELDIN Council Blufls RICHARD STEVEN SON Rock Island, Ill. Assignments harder, nights longer at the "Law Barn." ROBERT POLLOCK Iowa City RICHARD SEVATSON Waukon HAROLD TEETER Iowa City WILLIAM MARVIN REEN REITER Oelwein Waverly IOI-IN RODNEY SHENK SHKOLNICK Davenport Centerville WM. VAN- PETER VAN DERCREEK OOSTERHOOT Council Bluffs Orange City DONALD RIBBLE Cedar Rapids FRANK SINNOCK Quincy, Ill. VERLE WHITTINGTON Fairfield nm :ul fi? T ,V w v W Practice court gives law students valuable court room experience. rl lm ll' Law professors act as yuclges durzng practzce sesszon S Will they hang him?" P" l gig vs' ' ef' V 80 ' eq' i.. N51 9 'Z' " J w gf. ,wx ,M ,I ,N V 2 .' E- 1 :',5.w H' ww-1. ,., . . .. , .N 1' lf, . 4 W. I - 1 41 141 4 I 'i 1, X . t' X. S- A E 2 . 4 ii! 1 3 L, TL, FN QQ 11 A ff ll , 'L A I P v K .f 4 : ' X F 2 X . I A p , . H - JD Tx? :VL X . A -'f-NM 11:2 I .f,f'?., 'W vi x 4 L4 . . 1 , 1.x V L. x , , , qu . , A, .V V1 V . ' 1 ww u -i , -.' 1' 1 .1 R ix like ..u:L,A i - 2 ilig . ,F1 .I f Hx 5 . 7 , 2 'X f if 12 . ., 'X If I 2 6' l L ,, - , - -.1-uf - ,L IW.. . , W ! ., ' 'ii' W Q- f V, vfr, ,, 1 . I r, I .4-1 X. .1 -H. ggi ' . if I RX W, ga-1+ K, x n , . , . M V 1, ig , 3 , L, , y m 1, f.. 2 5 Ne' .I 5? 129:-F d X f 1 I M- ' , ' ' 'Sy V A in ' '- ix , Q. A . Vsfgig Mex-: 1955 A ,- -2-SES. . w M As,-.. W .W . Ira, ' x is 'ff W x K N . ,. I . N:-21? 1315, b 'PL-1' ,n BARBARA ADAMS Dubuque DWIGHT ANDERSON Cedar Rapids RUTH BAKER Muscatine HELEN BECK Elk Point, S,D. BARBARA V. WILLIAM N ARIYUKI ADAMS ADAMS AGARIE Shenandoah Iowa City N ago, Okinawa HOWARD ' IAY MARLYS ANDERSON ANDERSON ANDERSON Des Moines Des Moines Q , 7 vpenver, Colo. J'f't:"g ff' ,-,Jjf ffl'-F3 Cf' J!!! CAROL NORMAIWJJJ MVDONITA BANWELL Bmwgsyfx- yqvifi, BARTELS Ft. Dodge fSRI2ldax"RaRijl5lg' M Lytton nj ' VJ! JJ' , ,1".f ,Qf M " fbi MARTHA 'BARBARA RICHARD BEEBE ' lj.Q,'BEI-IRENS BEIGHTOL Bedford I Oelwein Ft. Dodge , HL, H ..,,w,4 . . , -A 1,-.1:.,.,.,,,.,e.-,.-, ,,, ,., .fn-,,.-. ,- s It Lgfg S .1 -N , s -J vu. i 1 4 D 2 W Q is it if A 'f3fI'f4?!k:-ef ':1E:,i1. ' I 54:12-. . 1 1-:z,.':'w1' 5- -I - i"'-'2 George Mosse, own 1949 car. THOMAS AICHER Iowa City WILLIAM ANDERSON Clinton LOIS BARTON Cedar Rapids AUDREY BELLE Iowa City Hi , ,, -eo-.i 4 , , , . , ,. gg, Ag, -, 3 .sh -.' Something to remember us by-History prof, receives gold-plated keys to his MYRNA AIN Fairfield RUTH ASHTON Iowa City PAULA BARTUNEK Knoxville FLORENCE BENFER Davenport RICHARD ALBRECHT Iowa City BARBARA BACON Dubuque PLENNY BATES Des Moines JOHN BERG N ewton LARRY ALKIRE Des Moines ANN BAKER Iowa City DOROTI-IEA BAYLESS Winnetka, Ill. PAT BERTRAND Rockford, Ill. PETER RAYMOND BEUKELMAN BIERSCI-IBACH Ft. Dodge Lemmon, S.D. PI-IILLIP DON l ft- ' BOTTOLESON BOYLICEF Northwoga J Perry Y .my "V 4, f , gr ,rw ',, ff f 55' 'il' 3 ' '1Tifrf" M' ,I 0 55.1612 BRQVINI Liv' . VUN5 CetIarQRapi,ds ' , aterloo I 'lu' xii". -LJ. ITA , If V RITA-" KEVIN BURNEY CAHILL , Mt. Kisco, N.Y. West Branch IUDITH' IAMES CLEMENTS CLUTE Des Moines Iowa City IAN ET BINGHAM Grundy Center LAVERLE BRACK Iowa City MAURICE BRUNSVOLD Forest City NOLA CARPENTER Cherokee CYNTHIA COAD Des Moines SANDRA BLAZEK Marion MARY IAN E BRAUCHT Ioy, Ill. TOM BUECI-ILE Mason City ROBERT CARPENTER Iacksonvillel Ill. IOY COBLE Aurora, Ill. EDWIN BLINKS Marion GENE BRAWN ER Iowa City IAN E BULLARD Decorah PAUL CARLSTEN Charlestown, Ind. MARILYN COHEN Waterloo BEVERLY BLOES Sibley VIVIAN BRICELAN D Iowa City MARTHA BULLOCK Atlantic SUZAN N E CHAN EZ Davenport IOYCE COCKIN G Hampton WILLIAM BOHLAN DER Cedar Rapids IUDITI-I BRODER Chicago, Ill. CAROL BURGER Iowa! City IOHN CHATEAUVERT Des Moines SALLY CODDINGTON I-Iuinboldt HARLEAN BOIES Charles City IOE BROWN Vinton IACK BURN ETT Des Moines ROBERT CHRISTENSEN Algona LOREN E COLLIS Boone 83 IAMES IOHN MILDRED IUDITH COLSTON COLLINS CONLEY CONNOLLY Des Moines Chicago, Ill. Shreveport, La. Cresco RONALD SHERYL ALICE ARNOLD CRAWFORD CRAWFORQZ, DALBEY DAVIDSON Ainsworth RockEord,Ill. fff,fDes Moines Des Moines 5 11,1 .4 flf, ROBERT NOVA - fjj RNADBTTE MERLE DECKER DEMOWB-if, e.D1Lo P,Q.nv1ENT Marshalltown Estfelggle Qiwg-5,1nd,ohrertgQZrs10uX City MARCIA T2'MARILILN DONSKER Dossfa, 1,7 uenassl, f 4DDrEGK'ER Osage LGO12E,5 NiQes-Moines '7 Wavelrly- '-"1,? H uh, uh, MG THOMAS CORY Canton, Ill. FREDERICK DAVIS Iowa City ROBERT DOERR Sioux City PHYLLIS DYER Allerton e1ei thafs a no-parking zone! ANN CRAFT Adel IACK DAVIS Solon RENNETT DOMACK Oshkosh, Wis. ELLA EBERT Laurens FRANK CRAIG Aurora MCKINLEY DAVIS Freeport, Ill. DENIS DONOHOE Pocahontas MARIE IAN E EFTAX River Forest, Ill. THOMAS CRANE Burlington ELBA DECAMP Newton WILLIAM DON OVAN Belle Plaine SARA EICK Spencer DOROTHY MATTIE ANN BILL JOI-IN JOHN ELLSWORTH EMMONS ENGLAND ENGELBY ENGLISH Iowa City Iowa City Elliott Iowa Falls Canton, Ill. MARGARET ANN SARA JOAN MARILYN EVANS EVERINGHAM EVERINGHAM EWERS FALK Clarion Des Moines Ft. Madison Iowa City Washington I 'jj' laajp-, JOHN WILLIAM MARION Jogfj. ,QSEPIJI Q., WILLIAM FERGUSON FERGUSON FETZER rf. ,- f LFINNERTY Ames 0 Waterloo Clinton is 'CQLIQQQIQQIIQP IIA M! Keokuk Q1 ya ORD' ,x .0 pl JULIA 3400610 ROGER ELEAN OR HENRIETTA DAVID FISHER FJELD FLEMIN G FOLKEN S FOSTER Evanston, IILQJ Priinghar Wliitteinore Rock Rapids Sheffield 1' U Cv iw JAMES Q MAKOTA EMMA LOU JEEN E HERBERT FROST FUJINAKA FULLER GAINES GAMBER Emrnetsburg Maui, Hawaii Altoona Cedar Rapids Des Moines LARRY EN GMAN Des Moines MARY FARR Cedar Rapids JORDAN FISH Sioux City PAUL FOSTER Cedar Rapids VIRGINIA GARB ETT Eagle Grove STANLEY ENGMAN Des Moines BYRON FAUSS Shenandoah JAMES FISHER Clinton JOHN FOWLER Des Moines CLYDE GARDNER Iowa City ZANE ESTES Cedar Rapids LEO F EAN Y Dakota City JOHN FISHER Mallard JO ANN FREY Decorah HAROLD GERNDT Muscatine 85 .gs ' 1 .V if JJ MICHAEL GIBBS Manchester STEPHEN GREENBERG Om aha, Nebr. IAN ET HABERLY New Hampton IERRY HARGITT Burlington .ffl HAROLD GILLMAN Waterloo IAN E GREER Des Moines ROLLY HAGEN Belle Plaine LOIS HARPER Ft. Madison CATHERINE STANLEY SANDRA GILMORE GINSBERG GLATTLY Council Bluffs Cedar Rapids Durant . . x A ' ' ALLEN GENE 1" W' NEIL W! GRIPPO GRUI-IN A ,Ml W Gig? Vi' R Wyalusing, Pa. Manillg. l alt loo N X ' lj ll :bill fl 3Dilgif1NiXI M M' MARJORIE A V, 1 ON HAI-IN l WXMHALIB Er, XQNIJ HAMMOND Cedar Rapids Chica,Q6Q Illixlfl Eagle Grove DAVID DUANE AMY HART HARTLEIP HASEGAWA Council Bluffs Waterloo Kohala, Hawaii , '. "Af , Q 5 -A . ,. Y O ...af-.,....,., .- Q V, vrq":f":pg"'.f' if ' - i :N W- wa' -. Y.. 4 gf 1' A. ,, f . .li 1 .. ,. f. 1, f. -, , -- A A is W gi rin- ' ff ai, , , -I' tus! Hr' '-'AE' V ,-Pwvvrfi-f':X.W .7P1"' -,457-1 -az. 11' i ff, gr- Zigi? iffffifiwl-lib? ffl Elf? '9 ' " M- r'-71, gi", 'ffl' TINY .i -4-,gQ.', 1, '- '!- - 1, "vL"I-2,5-'H 1 ,J .- 1: vw ,- - fig-'ff.7fix S 1 'gan -'-15r14'-mf.. Z-'-.Jw , i5-'if-1igf- If .554 1' !,:l'ff'1r,5 'i 2 Jia: 1-'.,,-'N:.L .-Y, .:f:.., 1. 1.,,'....,5, :This is all part of a liberal educationf IO ANN GOERING Newton, Kan. DURWARD GUTH Metamora, Ill. STUART GRAY Anamosa ROBER'I11f7 ,3 iv GU'l'ljRIE'- fi Clgnfton, Q -ff XM ll, JA ' fl! ,elf 5 MARGARET! 175' ojjorce HANGARTQQEEQUV HANKINS Casper, Wyo. '-f Mt. Pleasant MARY HAUER ROBERT MILLAN1 Sheldon HAZLETT Canton, Ohio IAMES GREEN Des Moines LORRAIN E GUTZ Hampton ROLAND HAN SEN McClelland KARIN HEDLIN Rockford, Ill MARILYN HEFTI Britt JERRY I-IESS Schleswig FORREST - HOUSER A Iowa City City GEORGE HE IRIN G Marshalltown DONALD HIRSCH I.aJunta, Colo. ALICE HOWARD Iowa City BARBARA JACOBSON Gilman JUDIT H JOHNSON Northwood PHYLLIS HELMKE Garner ISAB EL I-IOAG Davenport DALE HOWARD Lewis KATHERINE JACOBSON Marshalltown SHIRLEY JOHNSON Waw'erly MARY DELL HENDERSON Cherokee RICHARD HOEI.. Lake Mills JOHN HOWELL Nashville REX JAMISON Story City LOWELL JONES Newton MARY ANN HENG Emmetsburg PAUL HOLMES Dows JACK HUN N Iowa City CARL JENSEN Audubon MARION JONES Des Moines RALPH I-IENIN GER Davenport MARSHALL HOLT Des Moines JOHN I-IUSMANN Manchester DWIGHT JENSEN Iowa City ALLEGRA JOSTAD Holmen, Wis. JAMES I-IEPN ER Cedar Rapids ROGER HOPKINS Pella FRANCES IN GELS Manchester PATRICIA JENSEN Iowa City PATRICIA JUDGE Boone CHRIS I-IERTZ Des Moines MARILYN HOUCK Keota WILLARD ISENBERGER Sioux City THOMAS JENSEN Davenport JOHN KASSLER Marion Isis. MARY KEETON Fairfield MARCIA KLAUSER Maquoketa LARRY KOSS Keokuk BEVERLY LANE Waukon IO ANNE KEGERREIS Keolcuk CAROLE KLEEMAN St. Ioseph, Mo. RAE KRAFFT Mason City ROY LARSON St. Peter, Minn. IQ' '-151752. .7 135 L ff IH it , '.vi,1- F Mug. .TE-H f iv: ". . . and we believe in liberal education." IOELLE MARTHA MORRIS KEIZER KING KINNE Hawarden St. Charles, Ill. Webster City MARILYN GARY HERMANN KLINGER KLOPPENBURG KOCH ' Sheffield 4 Atlantic Sioux City MARCIA MAURICE RICHARD KRAN E KRAUSHAAR KUEHN Fairfield Modale Grafton EMILIE FELICIA IEROME LATHROP P! hfLAVALLEE LEBER CediR gii1XEo9QCity fvliiskford, Ill. 1 - . eb . ' , , I Qyfm G5 - .f11Sf11f"?f0f"' fri-U' IOI-IN KIRKVVOOD Sioux City RICHARD KOEHLER Downers Gr., I HARRIET KUSHNER Cedar Rapids LARRY LEBRON Omaha, Nebr. ll. CLYDE KITCHEN Oskaloosa JAMES KOEVENIG Postville ROGER KUWABARA Honolulu, Haw. ROBERT LEICHTMAN New Hampton MARGARET KLASS Camanche MICHAEL KORNS Iowa City MILDRED LAMM Cedar Rapids MARGARET LEMBCKE Holstein LEE LENDT Council Bluffs EVELYN LIVINGSTON Iowa City IAN ICE MALCOM Boone JAMES MARLIN Mt. Pleasant MARTIN MCCARTHY New York, N .Y. BENNETT LEVIN Muscatine PAUL LONG Iowa City RODERIC MALCOM Belle Plaine IEAN MARLIN Mt. Pleasant DONNA LEE MCCOY Carroll STANLEY LEVINSON Ottumwa DON LOOTS Pomeroy WILLIAM MAN LY Grinnell RICHMOND MATTESON Rock Island, Ill. DANIEL MCFARLAN D Fredericksburg BARBARA LEWIS Sac City ELAINE LOWENBERG Dormellson BARBARA ' MANSHEIM Ft. Madison LOUIS MATYKIEWICZ Chicago, Ill. MYRTLE MCGRATH Iowa City IAMES LEWIS Orchard LOWELL LUHMAN Radcliffe ROGENE MANVITZ Omaha, N eb BETTY MAYFIELD Charles City WENDELL MCINTYRE Hartley l'. IAMES LICHTY Bloomfield VIRGINIA LYNN Burlington GARY MARAN ELL Milford SUE MCBRIDE Waterloo JOHN MCLAUGI-ILIN Waterloo IOAN N LICHTY Ft. Dodge THOMAS MACOMB ER Cascade GEORGE MARINER Oelwein IOAN MCCALL Carroll MARY MCLAUGHLIN Washington WILLIAM LINIHAN Davenport ROSAN NE MACKENZIE Davenport IOHN MARKHAM Cedar Rapids EDMUND MCCARDELL Newton DONNA MCMAHON Ft. Dodge 89 IAN E MCMONIGLE Burlington CLARK MILLER Des Moines COLLEEN MURPHY Sioux City MARY NEWSOME Elmhurst A . ' I l.J':Jlff lf' ' j yrll 5 l E323 kA" Ll ffl. - ' lj '. CONNIE DON Igfiqifxfiygfi I U, f MCNAMARA MCQUILLEN ' :yMEI:1Yi5,'f"' N Iowa City Ieflerson Bjlafnidshire, Illl. LOIS BETTY IAMES MOELLERING MONTGOMERY MONTGOMERY Iowa City Iowa City Ieflierson THOMAS IO NANCY MURPHY MURRAY MUSGRAVE Ida Grove Galesburg, Ill. E. Lansing, Mich. IOAN TED CAMILLE NICKOL NIELSEN N OB ILE Epworth Chicago, Ill. Mystic bhf Beneath the scenes at the SUI stadium. IAMES MICHAEL Sioux City IOE MORAN Cherokee DOUG NELSON Hampton MARCELLA NOBILE Mystic ROBERT IAMES MICHENER MILAN I Iowa City Centerville IOHN ED MOTT MULLAHEY Iowa City Des Moines ORMAN OSCAR NELSON NESS Ieflerson Forest City WILLIAM DIANE NORTON ODELL Marshalltown Muscatine DON MILES Central City MARY IAN E MULLINS Adel CAROL N EWMAN Sioux City IEAN OGDEN Cedar Rapids GERALDIN E OLDAKER Iowa City BARBARA PAY- TON MILLER Burlington DON PETERSEN Sioux City JOHN PRATT Fairfax, S.D. NANCY REIMANN Hull RITA OLESKER Omaha, Nebr. IAMES PEARSON Anamosa ELEAN OR PETERSON Rock Island, Ill. MARILYN I PROCHASKA Cedar Rapids AN ITA REZNICHEK Omaha, Nebr. JAMES RICH OLNEY ORR Marathon Columbus Ict. ISOBEL LORA PENNEPACKER PENNINGTON Billings, Mont. Clinton IESSIE MERTONN PETERSON PEITERSEN Dows Ringsted JAMES ROBERT ' M PUMROY QUINN , my -J Washington Marionxsf ull J ' 'Xllli ON I HELEN RICHMANN Marion X V el 21 N mail NANCY PAGE Waterloo ARDETH PERKINS W. Des Moines PAT PETERSON Ft. Dodge SHERY LEN E RABUS Cedar Rapids DAVID RIFE Anamosa IANIS PAPKE Sabula IAMES PETENAKIS Mason City SUE PIPER Chariton RICHARD RATTON Des Moines RICHARD RIPPLE Maquoketa PATRICIA PARR Charles City ANN PETERS Tama WESLEY PIPPERT Mason City IAN E REDENBAUGH Waterloo NORMA ROBINSON Ames FRED PATTERSON Des Moines VIRGINIA' PETERS Webster Gr., M0 IAN ET PLANTZ Pocahontas SALLY REHNBERG Clinton WAYNE ROBINSON Ft. Madison 9l AQNT fig cl 1,53 . - J ,sg f.-rf pg: A LEONARD JUNE hgFffJ I,1QlgliAlNj5i,'f'A ffl" RICHARD ROSS ROTTSiyiA1viy-grf Roii,oAi3'Us5H-iii RoUsE Centerville Dulruc1u'e'lf',?f' 1Q3,'grI?irqi3'klygiqv" Ci .Iowa City A EJB i"f2Pfl:f,z5' N QP .flag Inf" 'XX U l ff A" Afjrll Q gin' V I DUANE MIIIIQE 'J CllNRQNAIgD.,vJ LoRRA1NE SASSEN ,525 SAVAGE! ' qv ,-SCH5-YEEER jij' SCHAEEEER Osco, Ill. 9 I .ai7'5DeSlMo'iE'eSgij fjfQ,Rq9lkforgc13-7Il1b,li Forest Hills, N.Y. 'div lv l J- rjlyl'-K-519--.1 wi Il! VX! .J 4-' .ff Y 'P' -, Rag, RUSSELL ' ?lAfi51,oY'fQ5f ,R SA8LY,'5fl'l ff? ,QIRICHARD SETTLEMYER ' EVRERQNE-RFE' oSHAP1Roylq-ff' S1-1ELDoN Des Moines Ames X' Qi'-Q'giqux,Cityr Q5 Des Moines , f' Qffflii' J 1 JJ' MARY RICHARD IEROME ELIZABETH s1EEoRD SILBAUGH SILBERMAN s1MoN Sioux City Churdan Milwaukee, Wis. Iowa City .R ,- .g',.':,4, . , Z -, -',,,1 .1 I-k' V. Behind the scenes at the SUI stadium. PAULINE RUBEN Davenport ROSALIE SCHAPER Estherville CHARLES SHERMAN Iowa City DIANE SKINNER Cedar Rapids MARLYN IOI-IN RYDSON SACKETT Britt Iowa City VERNA N AN CY SCI-IMIEDEL SCHNEIDER Waterloo Ottawa, Ill. STREETER GEORGE SHININ G SI-IITABATA Waterloo Honolulu, T.H. GEONET MARGARET SLAVENS SLOAN San Diego, Cal. Eldon PATRICIA SANDY Iowa City WILLIAM SCHUMACHER Dubuque IEANETTE SIEGEL Council Bluffs RICHARD SLOAN Des Moines IOANN E SMILEY Iowa City ROBERT STEARNES Gary, Ind. CAROLYNN STUMME Muscatine BERNARD TOOI-IEY Ft. Dodge WILLIAM VON LAVEN Burlington ALVIN SMITH Gary, Ind. WILLIAM STEELE Cedar Rapids MAURICE SUTTON Harlan FRANK TUCKER Bettcnclorf PHILLIP VAUGI-IAN Glidden IOANN SN IDER Walnut, Ill. GEN ICE STEFFEN SON Cedar Rapids DON SWART- ZENDRUBER Kalona BRUCE TYNDALL Iowa City BETTY VECERA Marshalltown DON N SPARKS Keolcuk SUZANNE STEVENS Muscatine MARIIAN E TALBOT Webster City STEWART ULRICI-I Des Moines HAROLD VIETOR Ackley SHIRLEY SPARKS Sidney HELEN STOLTZ Ottumwa IOANN E TI-IOMANN Grinnell ROBERT VALENTINE Casey IOAN WAGNER Storm I. ake ANN SPINHARNEY Cherokee DWIGHT STONE Knoxville REX THOMAS Mt. Pleasant RUDY VAN DRIE Ocheyedan IRENE WALDIN GER Des Moines EDITH STALEY Denison PAUL STOPPELS Sully RICHARD THORNTON Council Bluffs GERALDINE VAN HOUWEL- ING, Oskaloosa GLENNA WALTON Iowa City ELEANOR STAVES Fairheld ZANNA STRANDBERG Centerville MARTHA TOLLES Des Moines IN GER VAN N OSTRAND Iowa City HELEN WANDLING Marengci 93 LORAINE JAMES JANE JOSEPH JANE DOROTHY WARD WATT WEHRKAMP WEIS WHITEHEAD WIDMAINN Oelwein Davenport Clarinda Sioux City Washington Cedar Rapids JOAN JOHN DAVID TERRY KEITH ARTHUR WILKINSON A WILLEY WILLIAMS WILLIAMS WINSTON WINTER Marengo Denison Belle Plaine Manson Stanwood Lawler EUGENE GEORGE JACQUELINE JAMES JUNE WORTON WRIGHT YATES YOUNG YOUNG Iowa City Riverdale, N.D. Adair Carlisle West Liberty RIC HARD RICHARD WILKE WILKER Dubuque Iowa City JOAN RICHARD WOLFE WOLFE Logan Donnellson FRED MARLENE ZAMBERLETTI ZVACEK Melcher Cedar Rapids Judy McClaren was crowned Dolphin. Queen during 1954 Homecoming festivities. 94 -AT m4 .5 Ur ,pu ,v .Ly 1 in f4 n I W mf- J ..,. 7. MY, ,,...4le-... ROBERT ANDERSON Des Moines BERNARD BLOUGI-I Springfield, Ill. KENNETH CARMAN Iowa City WENDELL DOWN ING LeMars RUSSELL ANDERSON Des Moines EDMUND BROWN Phoenix, Ariz. WILLIAM CARNEY Emrnetsburg EDWARD DUFFIE Hastings, N.Y. X ALLEN IOHN GEORGE AN N EBERG BAILEY BARTHOLOW Carroll Anamosa Yale CHARLES IOI-IN ROBERT BRUMMITT BRUNKI-IORST BUGENSTEIN Centerville Masonville Cedar Rapids IOHN ROBERT CHARLES COMPTON CONNELL DAGLE Iowa City Dubuque Sioux City WILLIAM NORMAN IOI-IN EIKLEBERRY ELMER EVANS Milford Oelwein Clarion yii 3 or A boning-up session. CHARLES BEAN Des Moines JOHN BURKE Missouri Valley WILLIS DANKLE Belle Plaine LUKE FABER Dubuque IOHN BERNEY Cedar Rapids RICHARD CAPLAN Iowa City ROBERT DAWSON Moorland DALE FLENTIE Iowa City ROBERT BLOME Ottumwa LYNN CARAWAY Mt. Vernon WARREN DEKRAAY Sioux Center ROBERT FOX Des Moines JOHN FROST Iesup DEAN GOPLERUD Osage WILLIAM IANSS Belle Plaine DEAN KOOB Sigourney IOHN MCCOY Iowa City DEAN FU RRY Cedar Rapids IAMES GOOD Marshalltown PHILIP IEWEL Imola, Cal. WILLIAM KUHLMAN Manchester ROBERT OIEMANN Iowa City IAMES GARMAN Algona LOREN GOSS Muscatine CHARLES JOHNSON Sioux City EUGENE LANSING Mason City DALE ONNEN Manson WILMER GARRETT Council Bluffs CARL GRIESY Belmond WILBUR JOHNSON Storm Lake DEAN LUSTED Mt. Vernon WARREN PEARSON Burlington LAURENCE GATZKE Wilton Iunction THOMAS GRIFFITI-I Des Moines DWIGHT IORDAN Keosauqua IOHN MALEK Wate1'loo ROBERT PENN Clarion ELDON GERIG . Wayland PAULL HAN SON Iowa City THOMAS KELLY Charles City ELLIAS MANOLES Des Moines WILLIAM PERRIN Waterloo MELVIN GESINK Sioux Center CHARLES I-IINTZ Des Moines PETER KEPROS Marion FRED MARIEN AU Akron EVAN PETERSON Burlington ROBERT GILMER Charles City WILLIAM HORSLEY Lovell, Wyo. DONALD KETTELKAMP Monona DAVID MCCLELLAN Council Bluffs DALE RECTOR Tabor 97 PATRICK REDDIN Dubuque EDWARD SCHMIEDEL Iowa City KAZIMIRS STIVRINS Iowa City WILLIAM VAUGI-IAN Glidden JOHN WERESI-I Creston EDDIE RICHARDS Oel Wein DONALD SCI-IUMACHER Clinton ROBERT ST ROM Ft. Dodge ROBERT VELEY Cedar Rapids IOI-IN WIN GERT Raymond WARDEN RIMEL Bedford RALPH SCOTT Clinton IOI-IN SYVERUD Bettendorf IACK VINYARD Carrollton, Mo. HAROLD WOLFF St. Louis, Mo. LARRY ROI-'FMAN Council Bluffs MERRILL SI-IUTT Red Oak ROGER TUTTON Ames IOI-IN WAGNER Sioux City HUGH WOLFF Cherokee DEAN ROHOVIT Iefferson DONALD SPAAN Iowa City AMBROSE UPDEGRAFF Sigourney BILL WALKER Iowa City DON WOODARD Kansas City, Mo. JAMES RYAN Iewell EMIL STEINBERGER Iowa City GENE VAN ZEE Pella DON WEIDEMAN ' Sac City DONALD YOUNG Des Moines HAROLD SCHEDL Iowa City BASIL STEVENSON Fulda, Minn. ROBERT VAN DER PLOEG Hospers RICHARD WELLS Aberdeen, S.D. 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Dodge ELIZABETH BYERLY Iowa City IAN ET CONNOLLY Cresco SARA FISHEL South English MARIBETH JAMES Belle Plaine MARILYN CARMAN Bouton NANCY DENNING Lime Springs SARA I-'URMAN Davenport CHARLENE IOHNSON Boone LORRAINE CASPERS Hampton IOHAIXINA DEVRIES Rock Rapids LILA GILMAN Des Moines CHARLOTTE JOHNSON Clarion JOYCE ROBERSON Monticello DARLENE SEEDORPF Strawberry Point BARBARA TERRY Ottumwa VERNA WESTENDORF Cedar Rapids MARY RUTH MARILYN ROBERTS ROVVLAN D SANFORD Greenfield Waterloo Sioux City NORMA MAYTA SHIRLEY SI-IADLE SIEVERS SOLL Eagle Grove Albert City Adel IAN ET CAROL IO ANN TERRY TI-IRAN TRACY Radcliffe Readlyn Ankeny CAROL SHIRLEY IOAN WI-IITLOW WIESE WILSON Armstrong Elberon Waterloo MIRIAM SCHRAMM Truesdale HELEN STAVER Afton SHIRLEY TUTT Marathon DOROTHY CAROLE SCHWARTZ SCI-IWENK Buffalo Cedarburg, Wis. IOAN SUE STEFFENSON SUTHERLAN D Cedar Rapids Iowa City RETHA CAROLYN VORNHOLT WAGNER Solon Iowa City VIRGINIA MARILYN WOI-ILI-IUETER YODER Donnellson Lost Nation 111 111 11 111"'11 11 11 1 11 1 X11 X1 1 r-I ,fp f ,n1f111'A" 1 1 -115-. -. U 1 v 111- 111 Eat 1U W W 4 H 141- f 114. .. 1- 55515 ,'L" 11' 111 1,113-. . mfr' - ,EH 1. ' x Qi . X' , 1 f use . fm, 111 111 111 11 11111111 111 111"' 1 N, 1 ma , 11 111 11 1 11 11 1 1 1 1,11- 1,1 1 ..1. 1 1 11 J' ' 1, Y .S 1 -ql,1,., .1 '1 N 111 111 1 X Y, 3' 1 1 . 1 Q11 f F5 1 if A1 "111 ,1 ,Q1 1 'ZA 1' . .31 1 1 1 PT o 7 ax-J I 11 11 , - 1 U - .1 4.i'i"'4 Z- sa Y T 1 1 Gm 354-11. 1 '1 1 1 ' ' 111111 11 WALLACE BLAKESTAD Northwood ARTHUR EPSTEIN Memphis, Tenn. MAX I-IOYT Ft. Dodge HAROLD PUFFER Iowa City ARTHUR BOERNER Iowa City RICHARD FOWLER Ames LEON HUNT Primghar ELDON PURINTON Iowa City dedication of the addition. Sixteen bowling alleys in Union addition were opened to students three months before the April MERLYN MARTIN DANIEL EDWIN RICHARD ORRIS BRAMMER BRETTHAUER BURNS CARLSON COOK COOPER Grand River Denison Mt. Pleasant Marion Atlantic Alexandria, La. DALE ' DONALD RICHARD BRUCE LARRY IOI-IN FULLER GIBSON GLEICHMAN I-IALSTATER HAUBROCK HAYES Chamb'l'n, S.D. Kellerton Rockford, Ill. Verona, NJ. Morrison, Ill. Denison CARL RICHARD NICK BRICK HOWARD IESINA IOHNSON MARTIN MCKELVEY MEYTHALER Iowa City Savanna, Ill. Fairfield Rawlins, Wyo. Waterloo ROBERT IAMES HAL SCHIM- FRED ALLEN REHAL ROUSH MELPFENN IG SHADER THOMAS Sioux City Corydon Sigourney ' Waterloo Hubbard GARY EBELING Mason City GARVIS I-IOUCK Iowa City ROGER MONSON Iowa City ROBERT THOMPSON Hopkinton M W 151, ,, 1 333--1 ,431 - lvl, I., - vf , I V' W U ,A V Y ,rrw I 1 V V ig' ,px -V, ,H-wQ'f',Afj -ly.-f:!:i-U, 13: Ein.. 1 Y ' 4' 4'-' W rx-,. 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Center . in painting classes . . . labs all over the University . . . on dusty drill fields . . . and we relaxed and watched while others worked . . . a Rose Bowl hopeful football team and a high stepping marching band . . . a long, enthusiastic wait for a championship basketball team . . . study hard . . . play hard . . . learn . . . apply . . a liberal university education ,-'-,A-1.1 w ,:.'.'wy,T'j-,'wj,' sri. 5:15 ',:'- jig, lg-N ur: 'assi . f. f- 11 ' .I ' 'I - 'g':,1l'zf2':f . ,' -', v' . ' r -' 1. .41 all-.1 'V fs . . ,,, , .f 1. ,. .mn ,, r L. ,-1. Q 'Tw-ses.. V ff. ,q,Te:1f"f'7,nf.Lf""-Put ,wwf - ., --. Q , .fm . wp., -,,., ,,. -- f.3- ,J v ,e , N ,fu -, .f,- , - J ,te I P 5 1' ll ' N H F' V, f , ,,,,, ,, ,,. ., ,,,,, -J uw.. K., ,L I 1, 'f J-,tw 3--., MQ.-'i?.,e '-"T "1f""f',..,.... " ,, 15 , 4, -X ' a. 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'W 4-, F ffl ,rg V w I. , - Ii --r . fm I - YC' ', "wld J" H, , L..,m. ., 1 ,ff-: .. ' qu.,-9.1 .L -if M .L. , -Q, MI ., :M , . . ".-'..1 - H Ikea U A ,, , X 'mi-' . - ' -. Q , -"fi 'I J ugrw ' Q, I l w 1 1 J i '? ' 'iii-il, -.,4..wJ'f- zw' , ".HQ"H"5 -- ' - , 7 1' M35 Lou Schulze VIVIAN l'IOCI'ISTETLER EMMA LOU FUL I 1.9 Ajs' xfgp, ,.-x -11' ,.,-,... Uv, MSS Janet COHHOIZY WESTLAWN QUEEN MARY LUCE IEANNE REICHLING SHIRLEY LOERKE GRETCHEN KINTER ..1-un Y -,J-:QL ,- COMMUNICATIONS 741,111 3 . K1 S' 51,-J ,.4f..-J-fx 1,7-fwfk ,fav A , Q. The 1955 HAWKEYE EDIT SIDE Editor-in-Chief . . . . . Io MURRAY Chief Photographer . . BOE PIUIBREGTSE Managing Editor .... GRACE KAMINKOWITZ Chief cook, bottlewasher and Index . . ELEANOR DOUGLASS Residences ..... . MARION SI-IAPIRO Organizations . V SALLY WEIKNER Activities MARCIA DONSKER Colleges . . DONNA SCLARONV Copy Editor . . LOUISE SAVAGE Identifications ..... PHYLLIS FLEMING "Now, go, boy . . . and get that pic- ture!"-I0 fo PHC- BUSINESS SIDE Business Manager . . . . . PIERMANN KOCH Omce Manager . . . . SANDI MILLER Sales Manager . . .... JOHN SWIFT Ass't Business Managers . . DICK BOLTON, Russ WIDNER ADVISER . . . WIIIUR C. PETERSON PUBLISHER . . FRED M, POVVNALL Huibregtse . . . the commerce major and chief photographer extraordinaire. Mk..-11 ,X Donna and Lou get re-re-instructions from Grace. .or our 1955 practical guide to blind dates l24 BUSINESS STAFF First, row: Hcnselien, Beverlyg Davis, Adelleg Miller, San- dra, Jacobson, Rochelle, Fitch, Zoe Ann, Thomas, Audrey Dressler, Diane. Second row: Parker, Kay, Bennett, Ioyceg Iohnson, Ann, Orllancl, Barbara, Phillips, Mary, Ollman, Sharon, Sirota, Evelyn, Katelman, Harriet. Third row: Rutledge, Carolyn, Montgomery, Ieang Kohl, Janet, Huber, Noyag Rukgaber, Alethag Mazza, IoAnn Holt, Sharon. Fourth row: Goen, Mary, Swift, Iohng Bolton, Richard Nation, Ioang Anderson, Mary Iog Widner, Russellg'Ran: dall, Iohn. EDITORIAL STAFF First row: Scitz, James, Carlson, Linda, Phillips, Barbara lung, Darlene, Peters, Loretta, Borreson, Nan, Hill, Linda Work, Barbara, O'I'Iara, Ioan, Mazza, IoAnng Cass, W. B., Sherk, Donald. Second row: Musmaker, Patrickg I-Iarms, Mary Ianeg Broyles, Betty, I-Ienry, Paula, Kroening, Arlene, Branson, Ioyceg Greer, Ianeg Howard, Beth, Strassburg, Mary, Lowe, David, Prittchett, Bow. Third row: Polton, Dean, Russell, Rita, Strock, Dixie, Jordan, Mary, Rollene, Shirleyg Petersen, Pat, Rawson, Carolg Klein, Sally, Fashimpaur, Iaekig Shinkle, Terry. , , " 'T i . , Al ' F A Q' X g .jL,,, g .i f' ei. 1" ' ? L . 1' J 5 j l TI-IE EDIT BOARD- 'kl-., - H. 914 A l Standing: Phyl Flem- Q 5-fl . ' '5' 2. T 'l 1 U 1 ing, Sally Werner, V I 1 Y Tift T 2-fl ' Il D g 4 - 'l Grace Kaminkowitz. lass, Marcia Donsker Marion Shapiro. September: Enthusiastic stall: returned from happy, carefree vacations . . . talked 2,200 unsuspecting SUI students into sub- scribing to the 1955 book . . . business staff pitched, "Buy books, buy spaceu . . .tidy office was scene of much careful planning. October: 120 members added to staff at organizational meeting . . . 25 others thru personal coercion . . . Editor: "Now, boys, you really should start taking picturesli' . . . book sales "re-opened? November: Over 1,000 students to Union for annual photo nite . . . photo re-take nite . . . photo re-re-take nite Cwith film in cam- eras4this timeb . . . Herm, Sandi, and pledges file subscription cards, and more cards . . . buy books, buy space . . . rnust take pictures! Photo co-ordinator, who never really co-ordinated, fired! Thanks- giving celebrated With cold coffee and cheese sandwiches in Hawkeye office. December: And the floods came-thru the Hawkeye ceiling . . . Io's, Bob's, Ray's and Dick's vacation cut short.. .orange peels cover the oHice....all nite picture The HAWKEYE ye: cfzfang On, Pray and Wait" PHOTO STAFF On Hour: I. Bruce Goetsehg in basket: Pete Klingleg starirling: Crabtreeg reclining: Loraine Wardg left to right: Yogi, Robert bregtseg Buddha: Arnie Goreg in abseritia: Richard Pitschke. On file: Ellie Doug- . . . and in January the floods came taking, picture cropping sessions . . . black coffee . . . crowds for division pages-manu- factured . . . cold . . . 300 pics in . . . 300 pics to go . . . tired! january: Staff Qdown to 20j returns . . . final total on book sales after re-re-opening hits 2,800 . . . press run and cover order . . . 4,800 . . . covers? What covers? . . . oh, my goodness . . . cover designed . . . re-designed . . . re-re-designed. FINALS! February: Copy flowing in . . . pics lagging . . . we're dragging . . . big push . . . pray . . . work . . . wait! GRADES . . . we're lack- ing! March: Engraver wants pics . . . printer wants copy. . .instructors want back as- signments . . . we remaining 15 want sleep! "We really aren't in such bad shape." . . . final photo deadline met on the Ides of March . . . copy coming . . . no back assign- ments in . . . NO SLEEP! ",Tis the sea- son to be jolly" ...late stall Christmas party on Iowa avenue . . . and on to copy in earnest. April : Grace's, Io's Easter vacation cut short . . . disasterous two days off . . . acti- vities volume takes long bus ride, alone . . . alarm . . . staff re-re-writes six months work in two days and nites . . . again, "We really aren't in such bad shapen . . . Ellie memo- rizes herd book . .. the index nears com- pletion . . . we near insanity wear out old staff . . . recruit new . . . yea many trips X "Pele," with the wonderful shoulder, crowned Theta S1 Sweetheart at the 1954 Matrix Table. to printer . . . copy deadline met . . . late staff New Year's party . . . the presses roll- whoa! . . . final changes made . . . covers arrive . . . just sit back and-oh, no-volun- teers to help distribute the things. We remaining 7 donit live here C210 Com. Centerj anymore we're currently lost in a 5-day meditation-evaluation period . . . but most any day now you can find us here . . . re-hashing the ugood old timesj, re- cuperating, and desperately making up months of back asignments. "Line forms to the right? l27 Five mornings a week, Tuesday through Saturday, the Daily Iowan reaches the hands of about 9,000 students and Iowa Citians. The average daily press run is 6,600. The Iowan is one of the few college newspapers in the country which belongs to the Audit Bureau of Circulation. Behind the usual six to eight pages of the publication is the work of approxi- mately seventy students who put out the paper entirely on their own. Thus, the Daily Iowan, while serving SUI and Iowa City, also serves as a laboratory for aspir- ing journalists. The Board of Trustees of Student Pub- The Dail Iowan Gene lngle and Dwight Iensen, second and Hrst semester editors, respectively, confer in the slot. lications, Inc., forms the policy ofthe paper. Fred M. Pownall is publisher and William I. Zirna is assistant publisher. The I owan gives full coverage of the na- tional and state news events through the Associated Press, Central Press and AP Wirephoto service. Extensive local news completes its coverage. The Iowan also subscribes to King Features syndicate which provides comics that are daily fea- tures. Through the AP the Iowan is able to send all over the country, in a matter of hours, stories originating in Iowa City, Sometimes the story came easy . . . sometimes hard . . . but finish one and one more's waiting to be done . . . so go the long afternoons and nights in the Daily Iowan oHices. lil 1 kxljy,-i 1 fi! 3 Ad side over worlcerl-over lay-oats and mats. Staff members for the Iune 1 to October 31, 1954 and November 1, 1954 to May 31, 1955, terms, respectively, are: Editor, Dwight jensen, Gene Ingleg Managing edi- tor, Ierry Hess, Wire editor, Patricia Heef- ner Iensen, and Ira Kapenstein, Larry A1- kireg City editor, Ira Kapenstein, and Drake Mabry, Don McQuilleng Sports editor, Gene Ingle, Arlo Jacobson, Society editor, lean Leinhauser, Ian Papkeg Assistant city editor, Grace Kaminkowitz, Jerry Hess, and Bill Baker, Kirk Boyd, Phyllis Fleming, Edi- torial assistant, Drake Mabry, lim Cvvensg Chief photographer, Arnold Gore, Ierry Moseyg Wirephoto technician, Arnold Gore. Business manager, Iohn Kottmang As- istant business manager, Iames Petenakisg Classified manager, Wi1li.a111 Vaughan. 'gg john Kottman and lim Petenakis, advertising executmes start work in a near empty omce . . . early afternoon . ,,.-C:-.. The society gals . . . lean Leinhauser and Ian Papke. Advertising majors receive newspaper experience working in the business depart- ment. Like any daily paper, the Iowan oi- lers complete advertising service which in- cludes selling, layout, copywriting and mat service. The Iowan newsroom and business de- partment is located on the second floor of X 4 Bob Hooker pencils out a sports story before typing. City editor Don McQuil- len headed over 30 report- ers who cover assigned campus and city beats. the Communications center. There the staff members have the latest facilities with which to work. These include a spacious and well-organized newsroom for the edi- torial staff and enlargers, private developing and film loading rooms as well as special rooms for wirephoto transmitting and re- ceiving. Arnie Gore, AP wirepltoto teclfmician, transmits an SUI news photo to all points. X in D.l. photogs work in their closely-guarflerl darkroom. The Iowan is one of two college-afhliated newspapers listed by the American Pub- lishers association which has more than 800 daily newspaper members. For many years, the Daily Iowan has Ira Kapenstein, AP wire editor, checks copy Howing in from all over the U. S. and the world, been printed from its own complete plant valued at more than 380,000 Plant equip- ment includes four linecasting machines, a Ludlow typograph, an Elrod caster and a Duplex web-perfecting press. Late night ai the rim where heads are written., story is copyread. 7'5 ' 'l" WSU "WSUI-the oldest station west of the Mississippi-serving five states and three million peoplef' These words open every broadcasting day for radio station WSUI. With a staff of nine student announcers, headed by Ierry Flynn, WSUI is on the air from 8 a.n1. to IO p.m. six days a week, 52 weeks a year. The station is a charter member of the National Association of Educational Broad- casters. It broadcasts in a wide variety of WSUI stag members work in the newsroom, writing stor- ies, and in the recording library, choosing records for the statiorfs musical programs. .. ' - ui,-. for:-jj "After the news, the weather . . ." program areas such as national, state and local news and sportsg musicg dramag wom- en's and children's programsg religion Cservices from Danforth Memorial chapelj, and education CSUI classesj. This year the "I-Iow's the Family?" pro- gram, a series of dramatizations of family problems, was awarded an honorable men- tion by the Institute for Radio and Tele- vision. The shows were written by Fred Sederholm, produced by Lee Eitzen and directed by Iames Wehr. In its sixth year, the "SUI School of the Air,', a series of in-school programs de- signed especially for the elementary grades. served more than 250 schools in Iowa and surrounding states. The series was directed by Fred Sederholm. Seven newscasts are prepared each day by the news bureau, headed by Ioe Bar- telme, news director, and Dick lVlcDaniels, city editor. Eight student newscasters pre- sent the programs. 4' , ' ,J-1'f7'7f 'Lf' " L' "'.r- l ' 'LA k, is-x Crucial moment for SUI on the floor and VVSUI technicians and announcers show it by their expressions as well as their words. Newscasters receive their training on KSUI, the FM station, which claims to have the only woman newscaster in PM radio-Patricia Iudge. The sports department, directed by Bob Zenner, broadcasts all Iowa football and basketball games, home and away. It also presents the daily news of the sports world. Tom Koehler directed the continuity de- partment, and Phil Biddison headed the music department. "Rhythm Rambles" and "Tea Time" were two of the more popular music programs broadcast. WSUI is now in its 37th year of broad- casting. Carl Menzer is full-time director of the station. Behind the scenes . . , the engineer. Fi. 1 .ff While cameras train on one-third of the comparative foreign governments class, another third of the class watches from one of the two viewing rooms. Television tudios About two years ago, quietly and with little fanfare, the old Library annex at Iowa avenue and Madison street went through an amazing transformation. Several of the large, high-ceiling rooms, heretofore reigned over by soft-spoken lib- rarians, were converted to house the big- gest education institution-owned television laboratory in the nation. The main studio, located on the third floor, is 89 feet long and 47 feet wide with a 27-foot ceiling. Cverlooking the studio floor are four smaller rooms, two at floor level and two directly above them, fronted with huge double panes of glass. One of the higher rooms is a 50-seat theater where persons in the audience can view the show being presented below. In addition to its use for television train- ing, the studio also is used in the teaching of radio and motion picture production. Many of the television programs pro- duced at the labs are shown on Iowa sta- tions. For the first time in the history of educa- tional television, a class was taught via that media. Professors l-lugh Kelso and Russell Whitesel's comparative foreign government course, with 87 students, was telecast first on Feb. 15. The class was divided into three groups, one which met in the studio, and two others in viewing rooms. Microphones were avail- able to permit the students in the audience rooms to participate in the discussion. The class was carried over closed circuit. Because of the success of the initial tele- cast, the class was continued for the entire semester. 3 NIS A ,QQ 0, O .z M om LJ' if' fl '34 'giflll Q- if ...-i-x v, -,,- -- - '--'-s-?- l ' "N .. ,.-T-1 ,J-vi S 5 X 1 V I 1 ii ,,ff'w . 51 , L ., J , 3. ' 1 .WJ .sea 1 wif ' ' 1 X w N ,f Z in ---ii 1 ' .V wail, ilk I f 'C 5?"?l9"' - ajft fi .- . 3l2M,' Qi P l s Qi K ' 5 , C . ff' rv ' . r a . QPQQQW i e flmyj- xi3ff ,'1f sif!l!!!5ffF 5, rgamot as it ,F C sofas. 31' gt yt . I , u 't ' 1 1 l ,El .,,l'1l"'Lf,:5'tfy-1 ,, l G' fl, , K . fin' all I Aran Photo labs in the Conimunzcations center provide photoe- raphy students the HAWKEYE and journalism students the best o photo equipment Journalism Laboratories The future journalists who spend much of the day Q and nightj at the Communica- tions center gain an understanding of how all processes work together through prac- tical experience in three laboratories. Complete equipment for producing a newspaper is found in the production lab. There students make photo engravings, set type, assemble pages, print, fold and ad- dress newspapers. The Iowa Quest is the laboratory-produced newspaper. Advertising majors in the typography lab not only design layouts but set type and pull trial proofs of their ads. Knowledge of production processes shows the future ad writers what can be done with type faces and what limits there are. The photography lab contains cameras of all types, developing booths, and a print- ing room where journalism students in most of the sequences learn the intricacies of news photography. Typography students run the presses lay-out and make-up their own ads under the direction of Prof. Carroll Coleman in the typo lub. ' , T, ,fs 'X-iq, .e.2..' jf Q ,-1 bfi. 'Q w x ,Q "Ns R wx ' Ai YG"-1 1, 'fr X M1 TW r- ' A I s XM Board of tudent Pubiications Five student and four faculty members compose the membership of the Board of Trustees of Student Publications, Inc., which formulates the policies for the Daily Iowan and the I-IAWKEYE. The faculty members are appointed by President Virgil M. Hancher and the student members are elected for one and two-year terms by the student body in all-campus elections. Fred M. Pownall, the publisher, is re- sponsible for the general operation of the publications and for the administrative de- tails. In addition to supervising the printing and publishing of the Daily Iowan and the I-IAWKEYE, the board appoints the editors and the business managers of the two pub- lications. Seated: Kelso, Hugh, Easton, George, Moeller, Leslie G., board directorg Pownall, Fred M., director ol: publications, Distelhorst, Elaine, secretary. Standing: Wyllie, Charles, Wolfe, Richard, Von Laven, William, Teter, William, Skinner, Diane. ,,.....-m, -li l ,, 5 1 1 FINE 2 ARTS i . Q niversity Bands The Concert Band . .J . -Z FREDERICK C. Esns Director of University Bands Under the supervision of Frederick C. Ebbs, SUI's marching and concert bands gained the attention of many this year. In September, the high-stepping marching band introduced the new "Roll On, Iowa" song. Three concerts and a tour of I2 Iowa cities completed the schedule for the concert band. SUI's fancy-stepping football band breaks into "Dragnet.'J University rchestra The climax of the University Symphony or- chestraas 1954-55 season was a concert guest- conductecl by Dimitri lVIi.tropolous of the New York Philharmonic Symphony orchestra. Reg- ular conductor Iames Dixon guided the 100- member group in seven other successful per- formances. Long hours of pxactzce perfcctecl nach conce L. IAMES DIxoN Orchestra Director 'iw F4135 ., sw , 'f."Tf"' ,jf-il--Alfa N , -' L":-':' T "" i'l"T 'fx' ' 5' 5 ' ' ' ' 'L-sf. -Q-1,-13 'A 2 Y " " "TTI-:U-' 3114, NF' .'n,f,,:' '. 33: :U AV" 5. pk , vii-fl if 3--1 ,:,?,::4r:'wgyg:?71'v .,.. -me A., . A ' -J, f-- f, ,, Zig.. " "" T' g A Y , ,- ,F P W. . 2 I-Q " ' IJ -" ww r' -i"'A'4,pv r 1,1 1 -'y - ,, lf: '5'g"'ZTf" ' . 2 V i- s v- e ' c . -' . rviwfx 1.4.11 V-1 -V K I: A 4 I T' vi , J. ' ILA' . ,JL in -. ,vi X WM: -L15-,rf MFL.. A ',A,:A'j h ?-'F v fjffnf- 13" It 'ii-5 'Tzu t- 5--'if ' IVE? 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N 'I ' ' il? an is an . ms nb 1 'lr Qt, . . . from Poison Edclie's mother . . . to the "Ugly Witcl1" I4.l...,. um A 1 4 fn L1'df'1wU 5 HV..u.j-, wil. um- U Qi H :J J 4' gr 41W lg 5 f 3' I 'I 11 g ,gr .54 ' 2 N, N' ELQJL.,-V ' ... -A xo'n'1'i 'nah - 11' -x f--'- The Crueih e In The Crucible, a play by Arthur Miller, the problem of guilt by association is brought to life. Set in the Salem of 1692, the drama is based on the Witch trials which were so prevalent at the time. The story revolved around Iohn and Elizabeth Proc- tor, played by Ierry Silberman and Lona Ingerson. Rather than support the vicious fiction of some exhibitionist girls, they stand fast with the truth, and as a result, Iohn is sent to the gallows. The presentation painted an exciting, dramatic picture of an historical event as Well as a psychological problem. Other dramas which were presented dur- ing the year were Beaux' Stratagem and Mister Roberts. ' w'-s-- gimfnif of - , r-2 john Proctor tells a witch-hunter that he is going to fight for his condemned wifels life. Tiluba confesses her observations of witch activities to the unpopular Reverend Parris. l53 IfVork progresses on gallery scene for Beaux' Stratagem. and poundm slwtul lon I7Cf01C Theater now in 34th year Now concluding its 34th year, the University theater has presented a large variety of plays by many of the masters of classical European and American drama. Prof. E. C. Mabie, head of the dramatic arts department, is in charge of the Iowa community series. D.A. students painted their own artistic Halls. V .-va-.9 its mv Q F1 f 1. -- rv: :v.r1.gfg1 25514 F.: W if SEviF7G5f7i1.Q,3l RICH FERGUSON SAM Brutus , WALT PATIERSON SUI athletes received regional and national acclaim One of the outstanding football players was Calvin Iones, l955 captain. He was chosen for the following all-American teams: Look, United Press, Sporting News, ABC-TV, jet, Players, New York Daily Phe Steal? iville Trio: Frank Gilliam, Eddie Vincent, and Cal Iones. 'QV News, all-American board, Central Press, Metropolitan Sunday Newspaper, News- paper Enterprise association, Pitts Smith Football News, Gridiron Record, William- son rating and the CBS-TV team of Tom- my Harmon. Eddie Vincent was chosen on the Associated Press all-midwest second team, International News Serviceis all-con- ference team, all-Players, midwest third team and the New York Daily News' all- midwest first team. Vincent holds the Big Ten rush title and the record for the longest touchdown scored from scrimmage in Big Ten play. Earl Smith was the Big Ten's top scorer and holds the Iowa record for highest average gain per rush. Trackman Rich Ferguson was Canadais Most Outstanding Athlete for 1954 and came in third behind Roger Banister and Iohn Landy in the mile at the l954 British Empire games. . . these jive led the way to the Bzgl Ten Championshqn Bill Logan was picked for honorable mention on the UP all-American team, selected on the Na- tional Collegiate Athletic association regional tour- nament team and named the tournamentis most valuable player. Carl Cain earned a berth on Lookis NCAA district first team and the regional tournament team. Deacon. Davis and Bill Seaberg were UP honorable mentions and Seaberg was picked for the NCAA regional team. In gymnastics, Sam Bailie Won the Big Ten championship on the horizontal bars and also was second in total individual points. Walt Patterson is Big Ten champ on the trampoline and in tum- bling and scored 144 points in the dual meet sea- son. Wrestlers Terry McCann and Iohn Winder were 123 pound and 177 pound class champions, respectively. Swimming team captain Dick Pennington Won the Big Ten title in the 50-yard free style and came in third in the 100-yard event. He was unbeaten in 10 races during the season. Lincoln Hurring was undefeated in the 200-yard backstrolce event during the season. "Deacon" Davis, Bill Logan, "Sugar Cam Bill Seaberg, "Sharm" Scheuerman The 19 4 Football quad Iowais Rose Bowl-hopeful Hawkeyes started their 1954 grid season with a victory over defending Big Ten champion Michi- gan State and the fans already were won- dering who would be the Hawkis foe on New Yearis day. However, the Hawkeyes finished fifth in the conference with a 4-3 record. In the "what might have beenv depart- ment is the fact that with 12 more points Iowa would have won the Big Ten title with a 7-O mark. Michigan won by 14-13, Minnesota, 22-20, and Ohio State, the eventual unbeaten champion, 20-14. Five marks were broken during the sea- down by rushing, 96 yards, by Eddie Vin- cent, also a modern Big Ten record, and touchdown after pass interception, 94 yards by Bob Stearnes. Earl Smith set a Hawk seasonis record for highest average gain per rush, 7.1 yards in 54 rushes, in points, 66, and in touch- downs, ll. Smith was the Big Tenls top scorer. Vincent won the league rushing title with 566 yards for a 6.9 average. He is the first Hawkeye of the modern era to achieve this distinction. His total for all games was 618 yards for a 6.5 average, high for the Hawks. son. The single game records are touch- First row: Evashevski, F., Suchy, D., Head, I., Inman, D., Hatch, I., Milani, I., Broeder, G., Hall, I., Lawson, W., Maty- kiewicz, L., Cummins, C., Stearnes, R., Elliott, C., Piro, H. Second row: Flora, R., Vincent, E., Smith, E., Gilliam, F., Freeman, I., Iones, C., Swedberg, R., Wiegmann, R., Reichow, I., Moran, T., Davis, S., Iehle, K., Matheson, E., Burns, I. 1- f-1 11 -1 1 ' , Cwiilnf- "' qv. qi-3 4' f ,. . ,z Ap fir " 9 E 1 ' . Q f ' Q 5' ' UT W - f " ' pq, . X u 3 Q1 E vu D ,A , f h A -1 Msffggz., V , , v 6 . :J . 4' K 4 .A Ti 1. r,-N "" V . .AT -,, .Y ,M A EL N ' 1 U L fa M is. - - , -- x -xy, 0 - I LX ' L.. ug- - J lT ,-QQ as ff - xii ,f-P... Iowa- 14- Michigan State- I0 The Hawks opened the 1954 season before 50,000 shirt- sleeved fans at Iowa City and more than a million tele- vision viewers across the nation by upsetting Rose Bowl champion Michigan State 14-10. The win vaulted the Hawks to third in the national ratings. With Iowa trailing 10-7 in the game's dying minutes, Eldean Matheson grabbed a Spartan punt on his own 45- yard line and returned it to the MSC three. Iowa quarter- back Ierry Reichow was then forced to quiet the scream- ing Hawkeye followers before driving over for the win- ning touchdown from the two-yard line. Earl Smith put the Hawks in the lead in the second quarter with a 32-yard scoring jaunt. Big lim Freeman added both extra points for the Iowa cause. The Hawk- eyes, all-American guard, Calvin Iones, applied the finish- ing touches to the victory by spilling an MSC ball-carrier 'ff on his own goal line. In a presentation at halftime Iowa football immortal Duke Slater announced that the Hawks would win the game and go on to the Rose Bowl Iolm Hall leads the way fo War n Lawson ci d n I wa g fr Ji' BNKEY BROEDER C M CU MINS D CK Dmsy DoN Donn NO U-u-u-u-p and over! Iowa-43 Montana-6 Taking a breather before embarking on the remainder of their Big Ten schedule, the Hawks romped to an unimpressive win over the Montana Grizzlies of the Skyline conference 48-6 at Iowa City. Iowa wasted no time in starting the scor- ing as Earl Smith went over from five yards out, only six plays after the opening kick- off. The Hawkeyes led 20-0 at halftime. Bobby Stearnes turned in the real scor- ing gem of the day when he grabbed a stray Montana pass in the third quarter and dashed 94 yards to the Grizzlies' end zone. Most of the Iowa team saw action before the game was over and it turned into a long, hot afternoon for the Montana squad. The I-Iawk reserves continued to pile up the score, leading 34-0 after therthird quarter and 48-0 late in the game. With the contest nearly over, the West- erners scored their lone touchdown, and the few remaining Iowa fans stood and cheered the game Montana club. Because of the lesser opposition, the I-Iawks dropped to fourth in the national poll. IIM FREEMAN FRANK GILLIAM Michigan fullback Dave Hill plunges through the Iowa line only to find Earl Smith ready and waiting to haul him clown. Iowa- 1.3 Michigan- 14 The I-Iawks had been awaiting a year for this one. But too much quick prosperity sapped the poise and punch of a hopeful Iowa team. They suffered a 14-13 defeat at the hands of 1V1ichigan's embattled un- derdogs who shook off a 13-0 deficit to win. Iowa was expecting a battle but soon after the kickoff led 13-0. The Hawks scored their first tally in four minutes when Ierry Reichow went over from the one-foot line. Shortly thereafter, Earl Smith went around 1V1ichigan's left end for the Hawks' second marker. The Iowans, who were walking on air at that stage, were in for a swift and merciless sur- prise. In less than 14 minutes of play the Wolverines hit for two quick touchdowns which made the score 14-13. The last half saw the Hawks looking tired, losing their fire, while Michigan struggled to preserve the precious one-point lead. In the end, the score stood as it had in 1953, 14-13 in favor of the Wolverines. Eddie Vincent goes high in the air-but missed this one Iowa- 141 Ohio State-20 A crowd of 82 000 cold and shivering fins at Columbus watched the Hawkeyes force powerful Ohlo State lnto stallmg tac t1cs to protect a 20 l4 lead wlnch the Buck eyes never lost Earl Smlth lntercepted an OSU pass and ran 66 yards 1n the Hrst half to g1ve the Hawks the lead but then the Buckeye scor mg machme began to grmd out yardage Smlth put Iowa back 1n the game m the fourth quarter as he took an Ohlo State punt 75 yards to a touchdown The Buckeyes drove over another touch down to move the score to 20 l4 but the Hawks suddenly became msplred and took the hall to the OSU frve yard lme and agaln to the ll Each t1me they were stopped Then Ohlo State stalled T am ptan B key B oeder s n the clear s B ll R chou leads the ay t wa d th Oh o State goal Born GREEN IDI-IN IIAu IIVI HATCH IIM Hmm DON IWMAN CM IONTS , , C C . b C A . I . , - C C , ' s ' . ff . 1, . . . . . e ca 1 zn r L L a L ez 1 ' w 1 o r e i . .V Nyufi ' A .' l-A A ' M- , www V , L: '. 'X -- X . l l 1 - -li ' , , - -'-- - -- - ---f - r ' I 11- 4.- - .. . ., , ,H A 4. ' . -,,,.g,...---,v :..,.- Lkgagb, , ,Q1nS:i'J:..'1'-''Gi""1" 3 '-'r 1" Iowa-27 Indiana- 14 Kenny Ploen was hailed as 'fthe man of the hour," as the Hawks bounced back from two straight defeats and dumped a scrappy Indiana team 27-14 at Bloomington. It was the first Hawk victory in three weeks on the road, and a well-earned one as the stalwarts from Iowa hit for four touchdowns. Two were by Earl Smith who boosted his scoring total to 48 points. The score was in- dicative of the Iowa attack, and even the Hoosier fans admitted that Indiana, game all the way, was thoroughly outplayed, After the Michigan defeat, Coach Evashevski said that the test of a ball club was in coming back to win after losing and the Hawks bounced back accordingly. The Hoosiers came out fighting after the intermission, but Ploen, who was 'quarterbacking for injured Ierry Reichow, calmly guided the Hawks to another touch- touchdown. The win put the Hawks on the victory side of the led- ger, a position they maintained for the remainder of the season. Quarterback jerry Reichow breaks through the Indiana line. K 7 3 'ii if WARREN LAWSON ELDEAN MATHESON Lou MATYKIEWICZ KEN Manic ferry Reichow carries a IfViscon.sin player with him as he breaks down the field. Iowa- I3 Wisconsin- 7 Playing at home, after four weeks on the road, the Hawkeyes turned in a stellar per- formance against the Wisconsin Badgers. Icy winds blew through Iowa stadium all afternoon, hut the capacity Dad,s day crowd had little chance to get cold as they cheered the Hawks to a 13-7 victory. Coach Evy started "Lou's,' team, a group of second stringers, to relieve "Binkey's,' injury-ridden team and then continued to alternate platoons. Iowa left the Held at halftime with a 13-0 lead. Wisconsin's all-American fullback Alan Ameche, became "the goati' instead of "the horse" in the game's dying minutes as he fumbled on the Hawkeye five-yard line. An Iowa man fell on the hall and that was all for the Badgers. In every sense of the word, Iowa had "double teamedv Wisconsin for the win. TERRY MORAN KENNY Pr.o1:N lim Freeman sets for a block, but the Iowa man is already down-for a gain. Iowa-25 Purdue- 14 An Iowa homecoming crowd of 55,000 saw the Hawks pile up a 25-0 halftime lead and then coast to a 25-14 win over upset- conscious Purdue. The Hawks struck twice in the first quar- ter, first on an 81-yard sustained drive and then on a 68-yard punt return hy Earl Smith. In the second quarter, Eddie Vincent set an all time Big Ten record by going 96 yards from scrimmage for a touchdown. The Hawks were backed up to their own four-yard line when quarterback Ierry Reichow called a daring reverse with Vin- cent carrying. The run bettered the mark set by Iohnny Karras of Illinois. For the second week in a row, Coach Evy alternated platoons using "Lou,s" team and "Binkey's', team to split the chores. After the intermission the Boilermakers held the Hawks scoreless while passes from all-American Lenny Dawson to end Lamar Lundy set up two Boilermaker touchdowns. The second half proved the high early season rating of Purdue to be correct, but the Hawks' First half was too much for them. Kenny Ploen twirls and hands off Lo Eldean Matheson as the Iowa line blocks. Iowa-20 Minnesota-22 At Minneapolis 65,000 fans saw an al- most certain victory snatched from the hands of the Hawkeyes. Earl Smith re- turned a Gopher punt 81 yards only to have it. called back on a highly controversial clipping penalty. Moments later Minnesota scored the game-winning safety. The final score-Minnesota 22, Iowa 20. Iowa led in all statistics and ran the Gopher ends at will, but just couldnit take advantage of the breaks. Bob McNamara led the fired up Minne- sota squad which was backed by the most enthusiastic crowd in Minnesota football history The Hawks won by statistics but the Gophers took home the victor s prize the traditional bronze pig Bitr Ricuow IERRY R1 ICHOW Tumi: Suucxt EARL Snmu Bon S1'1:ARN1:s Doix Sucuv C . . . . . ' A l . . ' 5 - 3 . 3 ,. 7 - ' . :- v w M Iowa- I3 Notre Dame- 34 In the season finale, a broken-hearted Iowa team put up a tired iight against one ofthe nation's perennial pow- ers, Notre Dame. Students, coaches and fans agreed that the Hawks had played their hearts out at Minnesota the week before and simply could not rise to the occasion. There was never any doubt of the outcome as the Hawkeyes fought a losing battle through three quarters with the Irish controlling the play with surprising ease. Frank Gilliam ran the Irish kick-off to his 38 after the second touchdown. A pass by Ierry Reichow failed but "Binkeyv Broeder rammed for I7 yards. 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They traveled to the Big Ten schools for Hawk football games, leading a smaller, but enthusiastic, Iowa contingent. Rousing pep-rallies, send-offs and homecomings for SUI athletic teams were sparked by the cheer- leaders in cooperation with the Hawk-I Pep club. "Roll on, Iowa," a new pep song, was introduced by the spirited six at the opening football game. yf 'Ns-4'-"M "Hey, hey, all the way . . ." . . . and they did, "One . . . two . . . three Elaine Patron, Bob Landess, Sally Hawks, Al Waxenberg, Diane Burkett, Chris Hertz. NX gl Big Ten Champs . . . The SUI Basketball team FRANK "Bucky" O,CONNOR Head basketball coach First row: Martel, A.g Seabearg, W., Hawthorne, L. They called them "green,' at the beginning of the season, but, nonetheless, pre-season dopesters ranked Coach Bucky O,Connor's Hawks fourth in the nation . . . and they were right. The Hawks finished the season with seven losses Qthree of them conferencej, nineteen wins Cll were conferencej, the Big Ten basketball championship, and fourth place in the NCAA play-offs tucked under their belts. The team had no outstanding playerg though fourth in the nation, it placed no one on an all-American first team. Teamwork and genuine unity plus a set of good reserves gave the Hawks that extra something every championship team must have. They played close games in a hectic conference Where every game was a must . . . they Won the cru- cial ones. Second row: Scheuerman, S.g Davis, M., Duncan, D., Logan, VV., Schoof, W.g Cain, C.g johnson, R. Third row: O'Connor, F., Choules, G.g Sebolt, F.g Liston, 1.9 Ritter, R.g George, R., Ridley, I., Crookham, C.g Holman, W. 09 JL, u I72 DDWPW' Hawks had ups and downs The Big Ten champions opened the 1954-55 basketball season by toppling Washington of St. Louis, 80-61. This was Iowa's 63rd consecutive non-conference win at home. The last game lost was to Kansas on Ianuary 29, 1942. Playing their first game of the season away, the Hawks grabbed their end of a doubleheader at Chicago stadium, defeat- ing Loyola, 89-79. Carl Cain led the Iowa scoring with 21 points. Returning to Iowa City, the Hawkeyes avenged a defeat of the previous season as they thumped a green Nebraska squad, 84-61. Most of the team saw action in that game. Iowa's first defeat of the year was a 97- 94 upset at the hands of Missouri at Co- lumbia. Bill Logan, Bill Seaberg, and Cain each scored 20 points, but the Tiger re- bounding made the difference. Back at home two nights later, OiConnor revised his line-up and swamped St. 1VIary's, 68-49. Iowa led 47-19 at halftime. During Christmas recess the Hawks traveled to Philadelphia to meet Pennsyl- vania and Princeton on alternate nights. Tempers and fouls prevailed as Penn clipped Iowa, but the Hawks bounced back to beat Princeton. Logan hit 21 points in the Penn game. Iust before classes resumed, the Hawks ran over a group of travel-weary Stanford Indians to the tune of 73-46 at Iowa City. Fifteen Hawks played, and Deacon Davis led the scoring with 17 points. The Big Ten season opened at Madison, with the Hawks sizzling to an 86-69 win over the Badgers. Seaberg tallied 22'and Davis 21. I73 1 But, team spirit prevailed Trailing at halftime Minnesota came back to win 81 80 at the Iowa Fieldhouse in the first of two thrlllers Iowa fans were to see in two weeks Mencel and Garmaker were the big guns for the Gophers and Lo gan and Cain led the Iowa scoring With Cam hitting for 20 points the Hawks moved back into a tie for first place by dumping Michigan State 94 81 at Iowa Citv Then came the next thriller Iowa trailm by 12 polnts at halftime and 16 points in the second half called on Logan and Cain and two substitutes Bob George and Babe Hawthorne to lead them to a 92 80 w1n over Illinois Another remark able point of the game was Ilhnois little Bill Ridley who tallied 32 points Five days later the Hawks let down and took a 93 73 beating at Northwestern in one of their worst showings of the year Iowa retahated and moved into the Big Ten lead again by dropping Ohio State at Columbus 79 66 Cain scored 20 points and Logan 17 The Hawkeyes continued their winning ways by stopping Purdue, 76-67 at the start of the second semester. Sharm Scheuerman led the scorers with 23 points. Bill Logan stopped Don Schlundt and the Hawkeyes stopped Indiana 90-75. Again Iowa showed that it took a team ef- fort to win. Seaberg hit for 20 points. Two nights later the Hawks took their second win from Ohio State, 79-63. Two good "home,' teams, Michigan State and Illinois, were the Hawkeyes' next victims. Iowa defeated the Spartans at East Lansing, 78-69. Cain led Iowa point- makers with 18. Cain, tangles with Illini. They won the cruczlzl ones At Champaign the Hawks jumped to an early lead and then held it to win, 89-70. The loss wrecked Illinois' title chances. The Hawkeye scoring was divided between Logan with 21, Davis with 19, and Seaberg with 16. Coming down the final stretch, the Hawks piled up a big lead and then coasted to a 96-84 victory over Michigan. Logan scored 25 points and did a great defensive job on the Wolverines' Kramer. In a game which Iowa and Minnesota basketball fans will be talking about for a long time, the Hawks clinched the title from the Gophers, 72-70. The Iowa start- ers-Logan, Cain, Davis, Seaberg, and Scheuerman-played the entire game. All but Cain were charged with four fouls. Al- though Minnesota led 35-33 at halftime, the lead constantly changed hands. Then, with 2:34 remaining, and Iowa leading by one point, Scheuerman scored on a jump shot and the game was as good as over. and suddenbf. . . they were the champs! Already assured of the Big Ten title, the Hawks were defeated by Michigan at Ann Arbor, 74-58. Iowa met Penn State in the first game of the regional play-offs at Evanston, Illinois and walloped the Lions, 82-53. The half- time score was 39-25 and all of the Hawk starters were out of the game with eight minutes left to play. Cain and Davis amazed the crowd, as well as Penn State, with their passing. They scored 40 points between them. The Hawkeyes built up a sixteen point lead, fought off a rally and went on to beat Marquette 86-81 in the regional final. Iowa raced to a 46-33 halftime lead and contin- ued to widen the gap until the Hilltoppers started one of their famous comebacks. Late in the game the score read 74-72 with four Hawks on the bench with five fouls. The reserves were again called upon to put out the fire. Before fouling out, Logan scored 31 points and did a good job re- bounding. San Francisco, LaSalle, Colorado, and Iowa traveled to Kansas City for the NCAA finals and the Hawks drew LaSalle and the great Tom Gola for their first assignment. Both teams sensed the pressure and Iowa was the worst of the two in the first half. At half-time they trailed 45-36. In the sec- ond half the Hawks began to peck away at the Explorers' lead but the time ran out and the game ended 76-73. Logan scored 20 points against Gola. San Francisco defeated Colorado the same night and the Hawks met the latter in the consolation game. Colorado won, 75-54. Freshman Basketball Squad 0W.q ini 'NP' Fl. x. First. row: Schroeder, G.g McConnell, 1.5 Hegg, P.g Paul, N.g Payne, T. Second row: Stoppels, P.g Canada, 1.3 Howell, H.g Pitts, G.g Yeisley, R.g Worcllaw, C.g Clifton, R. Freshman basketball got under way with a group of men eager to earn for themselves berths on next yearis varsity team. The aim ol freshman basketball is to strengthen fundamental team play and to develop the best men :lor the next year's varsity. Junior Hawks learned all the plays and drills that the varsity team used. The job of developing Bucky O,Connor's lledglings fell on the shoulders of a man who was a star at SUI three years ago-Bob "Pinky,' Clifton. I-lis starters in most scrimmages were Paul I-Iegg, Norman Paul, Greg Schroeder, lim McConnell and Thomas Payne. Paul, Schroeder and McConnell may see action next year, and there is a possibility that Payne will be a starter. Clifton has tried to build a team rather than develop individual stars. As freshmen they have been used mostly for practice against the varsity. Next year they will have the chance to prove themselves and try for intercollegiate play. Baseball Team The i955 Iowa baseball team, coached by Otto Vogel, opened its season with 12 lettermen returning. Among these were two outfielders, three pitchers, five inlielders and two catchers. Lettermen are Merle Jensen, Bill School and Ron Schaefer, pitchers, Ierry Leber and Bill Dugan, catchers, Ron Capps, Ted Iensen, Ken Kurtz, Bob Miller and Don Waldron, iniieldersg Milt Scheuerman and Babe Hawthorne, outfielders. These 12 men made up the nucleus of Iowa's baseball team. To this nucleus were added three minor letter win- ners who helped the effectiveness of the team. They were Harold Primrose, Henry Berry and Ralph Wal- ters. OTTO H. VOGEL Head baseball couch First row: Bock, D., Smith, K., Iohnson, I., Halverson, R., Leber, I., Schipull, D., Rieck, A., Bean, A., Arbaugli E Second row: Roder, R., Michaelson, R., Wilson, F., Primrose, H., Hawthorne, L., Westcott, D., Capps R Kurtz lx Waldroxi, D., Walters, R. Third row: Vogel, O., Schaefer, R., Norton, D., Scheuennan, S., SchooF, W., Dohrino, D., Berry, H., Meek D Jensen T Dugan, B., Iensen, M., Hosford, R. wimming Team With captain Dick Pennington going undefeated in all 50-yard competition, the swimming team broke many records while coming in third in the Big Ten championships. In the National Collegiate Athletic association championships, SUI placed seventh. Pennington captured many of the records himself. I-Ie swam the 50-yard event in 22.7 seconds, tying his own record, and was high scorer with 81 points. Lincoln I-Iurring broke the 200-yard backstroke record with a time of 2:07.5. I-Ie also set a new 100- yard loackstroke record with a time of 58.1 seconds. The team, coached by Dave Armbruster, com- pleted the season, 1954-55, with a won and lost rec- ord oi 4 and 3. Coach Dave Armbruster and two teammates watch form of free-styling captain, Dick Pennington. First row: Mullnliey, E.g Rouse, R., Lucas, B., Pennington, R.g Roberson, D., Tucker, T., Rowe, A.g Stein, R. Second row: Allen, R.g Judd, I-I., Johnston, G4 Reed, R., Gillberg, A.g Iacobson, T.g Nelson, S.g Armbruster, D. A. Third row: Barber, I., I-Iurriiig, L., Rusclimeyer, M., Hill, F.g Foster, I., Begel, I-I.g Ryan, I. I79 Wrestlhlg Team First row: Hasely, E.g Sharoian, I.g Binko, Lg McGrath, P.g Salmon, 1.5 Clements, W,g Govig, R.g McCann, T. Second row: Price, 1.5 Gertsma, Lg Kincaid, D.g Noeller, L.g Winder, 1.5 Letter, K.g Wilhelms, G.g McCroskcy, D. A strong wrestling team overpowered Wisconsin 20-5 to start the season, made it two in a row by beating Indiana 25-5, and kept on winning, dumping Colorado A8zlV1 26-6. They lost to Oklahoma 14-13 but tied Oklahoma A8zlV1 13-all in the next con- test. Then they whipped Illinois 14-12 and took Nebraska 31-3. Next to fall was North- western 27-3. They defeated Michigan 24-5. Grinding to a stop by losing to Mich- igan State 14-11, the Hawks took up their winning ways by rolling over Colorado 18-11. To end the season, Purdue fell 18-8. The Big Ten meet saw the Hawks come in second with 46 points, and in the NCAA they placed sixth. "Uhn.nnhI And now Lo figure out a way to unwrap him Tennis Team X. , 1 ' lm .NV 'f' ' l V X2 A "N A 1' KM it A "' be Gs for i f L 1 '. ' :L X 1. . ' 1 V ' ' - " ' First row: Adams, T.g Andrews, 1.5 Ogesen, R., Nadig, G., Bjurstrom, D.g Hood, R., Rolinger, R.g Howell, 1.3 Anderson, G.g Balin, C. Second row: Klotz, D.g McCullough, 1.3 Evcrsman, T.g Courter, L., Berenstain, M.g Cummings, M.g Hise, W., Murphy, 1.5 Hof, G., Robinson, R., Story, 5.3 Ferguson, S. Members of the tennis team worked out in the field house during the winter months. Only three, 1im Andrews, Gene Nadig and Bob Ogesen, of the seven players on the 1953-54 tennis team returned this year. Andrews held the Big Ten singles cham- pionship. Almost all members of the squad were sophomores and juniors. Besides the regularly scheduled Big Ten matches, the team played numerous non- conference opponents. In an annual trip during Easter vacation, the team met the University of Missouri, Kansas university, and Washington university of St. Louis. While on the trip, the team had Workouts with the Rock I-Iill tennis club in Kansas City and the AAA tennis club in St. Louis. Don Klotz coached. Cross Countr Team 4.9 First row: Ferguson, R.g Dunsworth, I.g Wilson, I.g Moldenhauer, W. Second row: Morch, I-Lg Everman, W.g Aitken, D.g Crctzmcyer, F. IoWa's cross-country team finished its short season by defeating Minnesota and bowing to Marquette and Wisconsin. The barriers were led by Rich Ferguson and Wayne Everrnan and were coached by Francis Cretzrneyer. Ferguson, Big Ten de- fending champion, Won all his races in dual meets but failed to finish in the conference meet. With an up-and-coming freshman squad which has beaten the varsity team in dual meets, IoWa's cross-country team is looking for a more successful season next year. ,,' .V -.ga Iowa man and Wisconsin man neck and neck in a long distance run. Fencing Team .- A A . , Y - Z .X 4 .At A i I I. ' I. - 2 A g-- f 'l 'ml N' rx Q 'lx I - , fl P ' .. ,qsffj-f. I , if 4 ' tit . ,, 1' - 1 .sis a --- Q . .M , : - f JI.-1 s, I.. 19 g - . If 1 .1 I" 75 5 - i 1 ig.. lil , -, 1. ' .1 4 F :,- fl , , rw' 1 .. First row: Sandvig, I.g Gibbs, M., Myers, 'T.g I-Ialbach, 1.5 Looney, C., Pitkin, R. Second row: I-Iollicn, H., Adamson, G.g Craig, F.g Koch, H., Cress, R., Fauss, B.g Pearson, W.g Hicklin, R., Allen, A. Hawkeye fencers started the season with a 15-12 loss to Wisconsin. The following week, in a dual rneet, they lost to Michigan State 14-13, hut beat Notre Dame hy the same score. In their next endeavor the Hawks dropped a. close one to Ohio State 15-12, but countered with a win over Chi- cago 15-12. Fencers picked up their first Big Ten win by tripping up Northwestern 15-12. In a triangular meet the lost to Detroit 15-12, but heat Wayne 16-11. At the seasonis finale, they lost to the Badgers 20-7, while edging the Spartans 16-11. They came in fourth in the Big Ten meet with 20 points. The season's record was seven wins, five A'1UU1"'?-2? but 101107161 losses. Harry Holliern was coach. I83 Track Team 5' M ' if-" 1 . xr ------.. ,, . - -.. ,,, 0 5 - ,Q ' in it ea .t . - .Je Y- l AY- 4 . 4 ,. ,- W :Ml A' ' ,.- A g.. - . - - A . . ,. , W lt.. Ah, - - -Y.,.,.l..4.,.....Y-..,.m,. A Q:-4 First row: Leahy, P., Burton, W., Kitch, P., S1nith, E., Ferguson, R., Dunsworth, I., Wilson, I., Cretzmcyer, F. Second row: Wright, G., VanDyke, G., Mathews, I., Stevens, L., Piper, N., Swedberg, R., Oakley, I., Perry, L., Torrence, I. Third row: Ecker, T., Keatinge, M., Peterson, I., Ploen, K., Everman, W., Deasy, R., Thicde, F,, Freeman, I., Fowler, R. Rich Ferguson, who placed third behind Roger Bannister and Iohn Landy in the British Empire games one-mile run, cap- tained the 1954-55 track team. In two indoor meets the team heat Wis- consin and Minnesota, and in a triangular meet with Ohio State and Illinois the team came in second. Iowa placed seventh in Big Ten competition. Les Stevens broke an SUI high hurdles record in 8.6, and Nick Piper set a new SUI pole vault record with I3 feet 936 inches. The one-mile relay team placed in sev- eral runs throughout the indoor season. Francis X. Cretzmeyer coached the team. 4. Burst of speed brings Iowa anchor man across tape in Big Ten meet. G mnasties Team W? XUW4 irna. pg0W4 First row: Patterson, W.g Kottong, I.g Bailie, S.g Stolte, M. A Second row: Weidman, 1.5 Beebe, S.g Holzaepfel, R.g Dohrman, R.g Hampton, D. l Gymnast Sam. Bailie hclpczl lead team to third place in Big Ten. The gymnastic team placed third in Big Ten competition with a record oflfour Wins and two losses. The team also Won both of its non-conference dual meets. Gerry Kottong, who co-captained the team 'With Dick Kuiper, came in third in the trampoline event at the Big Ten cham- pionship meet. Walt Patterson received first place in that event and also tied' for first place in the tumbling event. Sam Bailie placed first on the high bars and sec- ond on the rings. A In the 'National Collegiate Athletic asso- ciation championships, Patterson placed third in trampoline and sixth in tumbling competition. Kottong took sixth place on the trampoline. 4 Dick Holzaepfel coached the team. 46714 Lf ., H L ,..... 4- , . Q , Y 1. ,W .v:n,,N A P 'A .... .A,.. M G ,V ' ' .' . ffl' 5' H 'ii' L..1Eg If-7 . - "'7"". A ' Iiilggjifi X ' , W N 4. 4 'Q .1 . , ' V." '1t:L:I-:.,a--fr1z:,- ' .j uni ' iv 555' if 'W . N 44 J-:LW it-Q. 1-. af A , 'X 1 . X. . J, ,tiles w 1. iiiiw'-' '21-.-9 , x ' :fu-'fs if :ww R ' ,f , '-JP' :Lf ' .V Y ..- .5 Q :sb fr , F :df lu P . YQ I PW I l f f ,. Q aw '1 A '-fsf 1 7. 1 f , COL. JAMES A. SCOTT, IR. COL. CHARLES G. KIRK Head, Military Science and Tactics Head, Air Science Cadet Commander of -1-aw , Reserve Officers Training Corps Both the Air Force and Army Re- serve Olhcers Training Corps had new heads in 1954-55. Col. Charles G. Kirk, recently returned from duty in Alaska, was appointed professor of air science. Col. Iames A. Scott Ir. was promoted to professor of mil- itary science and tactics. the Corps . CADET COLONEL WARREN G. LAWVSON Chosen on basis of scholarship and general military adaptability. l88 1 1511- .?4-- X. Air Force .Student Staff ,-ggi., , 6 --...lv ,-- T l All men students who have l , .v 1' I ' ',wf'.Z.'A . 1 pi I . M: 4 -' U -- 1. . - .u. ' - .fx .. W A. I . , I ' r 4 '- e' A 1 not had military service and who l l v v. -' . i, - , ,- 1 I .. V First row: Alkire, l...g Stein, R.g Schaefer, R.g Lloyd, I.g Crawford, R.g VonLaven, W. Second row: Wait, 1.5 Burnett, 1.5 Cory, T.g Toedt, 1.3 Engelbeck, R.g Millhaem, R. ' meet age and physical require- ments must take two years of ROTC at SUI. Following the first two years, cadets may apply for two more years of advanced training. In the advanced AFROTC program cadets receive training on problems faced by an Air Force oliicer and learn leader- ship on the drill floor. At the end of the program cadets are eligible for Air Force reserve commissions. This yearis cadet activities were headed by Cadet Colonels Robert Millhaern and lack Toedt. my Student Staff The Army Reserve Oiiicer raining Corps provides train- ng for future infantry and engi- eering officers. Seniors corn- leting the advanced Army OTC may be commissioned as eserve oliicers. Advanced cadets attend a six- eek summer camp between heir junior and senior years. At miner camp cadets receive aining in Held problems and assroom work. Corps Commander for both ir Force and Army ROTC this ar was Cadet Colonel Warren awson. Cadet Colonel Donald estcott was regimental com- ander of Army ROTC. -V. y i i"' I-Iepner, I.g McCauley, R.g Westcott, D.g Lawson, W.g Wright, G.g Krane, R.g Zamberletti, F. l89 First row: Craig, A., Sutton, M., Ferguson, I., Rada, W., Levin, B., Harrington, R., I-Iickok, D., Kern, R. Second row: Laughlin, T., Wooek, R., Oberhroeckling, R., Mullahey, E., Hoyt, M., Iverson, D., Westwick, I., Mariner, G Third row: Krane, R., Westcott, D., Lawson, W., Hepner, I., Roseberry, S., Capps, R. Fourth row: Miller, W., Smart, W., Brady, I., Koch, H., Hamm, D. Army Seniors First row: Keri, T., Mishak, R., Hess, I., Watt, I., Flagel, L., Shifrin, E., Goetz, D. Second row: Head, I., Willey, I., Pierson, F., Ferguson, W., Kloppenburg, G., Shapiro, M., Clark, I., Blinks, E. Third row: Wright, G., Zamherletti, F., Cooney, I., Sherls, K., Frost, I., Grossheim, P., McCauley, R., Smith, G. Fourth row: Dunlavy, R., Hansel, G., Brady, I., Freyermuth, C. C 1:11. ,, 0 T Q 'U , ., ? Q A 0 G 'IQ' Q bg, 9 Q I 1 in W? '?5'J . 'if' WILEY, ,Q'fQ,',,!3,,A.,ff1 -Q, xiii .'1 -W- A, X Q Vi: Q gg, ,-ig! f Y f-i Q, ,I Q '-.14 1 W- - Q . 1 Y.- 'lf TW ' -:px ,, .-A.- '-f' 1. 'P' E' ' W: .. ' A " 5 -Wu it' F ' ' W bi' ' HHS? F? Y- T xg' . QT -pf 'Q ji" . 7 "' . T . -r :QM - 'QF - ' fr pn IZ 3 I Q ' .U h V v- 5 5 ' 'fl WM Mn Dm , in m fm . , - , , V ' A 1 ,i k . , 3 . I k I J Q X 4 .L 3 di K h . Q . I W 1 Q Q W fi" A Q . . :QW . Q , 'I ,gp EPA 35,1 ig? -Q 'Vigil' ,gy 255511 qigil-fig. m Ralf? WWF if w-5617, .Kylix W wg! X - r -I tl . I Sig! K - 1 N I . f1 ,w-f f . XWW. l '9Tm , Wit ig' ' 'Mil M M M' my 1 ' .- H Lfffg 1 . , 4, . f j ' A ' K 4 T pew 1 rf? ,aj ' ' : zi44 . x H 1 s W Summer camp at Ft Meade Md taught cadets how to live and work together. ummer Camps continued trainil minute instructions before cadets took of on summer flight, Lance air base, Enid, Olcla Bill Mitchell Squadron First row: Millhacm, R.g Anderson, R.g Mart, L.g Smalley, N.g Wells, W.g Larson, I. Second row: McCartney, Kg Neumayer, L.g Abele, L.g Reynolds, F.g Thomp- son, M.g Wallace, R. Third row: McEwen, Maj. K. S.g Crawford, R.g Vaughan, W.g McPherson, R.g Braden, 1.5 Stein, W.g Facia, C.g Blaisdell, Lt. M. C. The Billy Mitchell squadron initiated 31 new members this spring, making it the largest military organization on campus. The squadron originated in 1947 as a campus group and four years later became alililiated with the na- tional organization. Candidates for membership are re- viewed by boards and selected on a point basis. The group made regimental flights to Des Moines and Chicago. The squadron also sponsored the Republic Avi- ation corporation air power speech contest. Ronald Craw- ford, William Vaughan and Robert Millhaem represented the Iowa chapter at the national conclave of the Arnold Air society in Washington, D. C., in April. OFFICERS VVILLIAM VAUGHAN Commander ROLAND MCPHERSON Executive Oj7lC6l' VVILLIAM STEIN Operations Ogicer Pontoniers OFFICERS DON Goarz Commander RON CAPPS Drill Master RONALD BUTLER Finance Omcer IACK WESTWICK Supply OHiC6T Pontoniers, professional engineering Reserve Officers Training Corps fraternity, Was organized on this campus in 1932. Presently, it is the only Pontonier chapter in the Country. Movies and speakers were regular parts of the group's meetings. Members also constructed model bridges which aided in their study of military engineering activities. An annual drill was held against the Pershing Rifles for possession of "the little brown jug." Pontoniers also was responsible for the decorations 'at the Military ball. Capt. Ralph A. Karst was adviser. First row: Zimmer, D.g Westwick, I.g Long, D.g Luth, 1.5 Butler, R.g Goetz, D. Second row: Iudd, H.g Hoffman, L.g Breslaw, M.g I-Iarai, M.g Hill, I. Third row: Christensen, R.g Leahy, P.g Fuhlrodt, D., Phinney, 1.5 Paustian, L. Pershin Rifles Company B First row: I-Iepner, Iames. Second row: Lindanger, lE.5 Bertroche, 1.5 Easton, A.5 1an, D. Third row: Dingman, L.5 Mueller, E.5 Mahon, G.5 Ames, 1.5 I-Iartung, G.5 Hansen, 1.5 Blum, R.5 Halsey, C.5 Whelan, R. Fourth row: Wolford, 1.5 Robey, G.5 Strom, 12.5 Masbruck, M.5 Smith, L.5 Burns, R.5 Miner, W. Fifth row: Carter, D.5 Aosscy, 1.5 Hutchinson, M.5 Cox, R.5 Westcott, A.5 Nelson, C.5 Skoog, W. The Pershing RiHes is a national military fraternity founded by General 1ohn 1. Pershing in 1894. The SUI division, company B, was established as a part of the sec- ond regiment in l929. Representatives of the SUI company attended the group's national convention in Chicago in October. In April the SUI chapter Went to Minneapolis for the regi- mental drill. A Pershing Rifles exhibition during the half- time of the Iowa-Niichigan basketball game was televised by a national network. OFFICERS EARL LINDANGER Commander WILLIAM IVIINER Executive officer 1osEPH BERTROCHE Public Information OWCCT DON IAN Supply Ogicer Seated: Harrington, Col. Regis. Standing: Pedersen, Lt. Richard, Maggert, Lt. Col. Iamesg Mead, Lt. Col. Wayne. Rifle Team The SUI varsity rifle team placed third in the Big Ten this year. In ad- dition to Big Ten compe- tition the team tired against approximately 50 other varsity teams in the United States, Canada and the Hawaiian Islands. Although the team is coached by army and air force personnel, more than half its members are not connected with the ROTC program. I96 Pershing Rifles Regimental HQ Pershing Rifles second reg- imental headquarters is lo- cated at SUI. The regiment is made up of companies from the universities of Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, Wis- consin and South Dakota and Iowa State and St. Iohn's colleges. Staff members are elected by those already on the regi- mental headquarters in com- pany B and ROTC. The statlf made personal inspec- tion trips to all companies in the regiment. First row: Lansinger, M!Sgt. I., Westwick, I., Bell, I., Wickey, R., Griflith, C., Boerner, A., Cogswell, W.g Wilson, SFC R. Second row: Slofer, B., Tillman, F., Glidden, D., Higginbottom, A., Warner, Capt. I., Iorgensen, S.g Gerdes, A.: Amesbury, I., Millhaem, R. Third row: Henkel, L., Weller, K., Wick, R., Scott, Col. I., Kirk, Col. C., Blaisdell, Lt. M.g Reinders, P., Luth, I., Maurer, R. Fourth row: Iochimsen, M., Herteen, I., Wolfe, R., Wolford, I., Wacker, M., Clark, D. ' Force Rifle Team row: Warner, Capt. I. I-I.5 Wilson, R.g Scott, Col. I. A. 'ond row: Amesbury, I., Jorgensen, S.: I-Ierteen, 1.5 Glidden, D., McLachlan, E., Luth, I. irrl row: Higginbottom, A.g Wacker, M., Westwick, 1.5 Wolford, 1.5 Runke, R.g Gerdes, G. Both army and air force ROTC units sponsor rifle teams open to cadets of their service. The principal shoulder-to- shoulder competition is given by the Iowa ROTC league. The army team tied for first place in this competition last year. The air force took third place in the midwestern meet at Kemper Military academy last year. In addition, each season both teams compete in over IOO pos- tal matches. In these matches the teams iire on the home range and mail their scores to the opposing ROTC teams. There are also several nation- wide postal matches. The SUI air force rifle team placed tenth in the nation in the William Randolph Hearst National RO- TC Rifle match this year. I97 - S. JIW ,V r .4 AIIIMV rg, ' f AFROTC students H, I A H FV' 'v" ' prepare to board ' training plane. "Stomach in-chin in . . . come on, boy, look like a soldier." l I98 44 f1uQ1f Campus was uniformed on ROTC drill da "Hap . . . I-lup . . . two, three, four . . F' K Governofs Da - - 1954 The 70th annual SUI Governorls day was held in Iowa City May Il, 1954. A joint review of all air force and army Re- serve Oflicers Training Corps cadets passed before the late Gov. William S. Beardsley. Awards were presented to the outstanding cadets in both ROTC units. Following the review the governor spoke at a banquet in his honor at the Iowa Me- morial union. The banquet was attended by the students in advanced army and air force ROTC programs. . . 1. 121. A-' ' The late Governor Beardsley presented awards to outstanding ROTC students. ' Ei-1 Y-, 15. H .eQ.--.-..-'.'-- -..... ,-.trawl-K-:Afh.-.,-,..:q..-:.ve-1 1a-.-Q, -1-n.-111.44-warm-.-1.u1.A'p-13113543-L. Tlie troops marched on a dusty drill field. I99 It . xv. - L2 , -M '11 Wh fl! AA x " 4. "" 1-14 4 fn f. 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Prestige . . . of course . . . but more . . . in organizations we found the broadening part of our college education. fe-5,1 'sf-ff -1 V -diy. --Y Quai' f iowa , V I, Vg. ,, . A. .1 f. 1' 4, ,Y -V .14 ,. ,W A, Y 5 . if V, fr., an , ,. 3 f 1. ' " F-, my , A-gf " ff- 'N' f ' 'e ff- tw ff p, , -- fc, - ,L V .A 1. t ,- 1. r t A ,s W. , za , ' 3 :A I . 5 Y sw 11- 1 '. ' - , , , fn. it W, D- JV- 7, A . - 1 , 41. sm. .I ..t-At 3-14 , 1. .-.Q Y W, , ,w 3, f 1! tv Mn, .ft Qt ff., ,li it If f if ,, dt N ,xllU1yfHufNl!'N!ftSif, ww ' 1, 1 - ,-- -- . --1 Q- fe ,1--,YV-K ,.,, Vx , F 1 Through the Town Men association the independent men residing in off-campus housing areas are able to par- ticipate in university-wide functions. During the year Town Men actively took part in intramurals, Homecom- ing and Most Eligible Bachelor on Campus, and Mr. Formal contests. All the social events were coordinated with the Town Women association. Highlighting the so- cial season was the Snow Ball formal in February. Each month a stag dinner was held in the Iowa Me- morial union alcove followed by short business meetings and various speakers or movies. Bzll Luke Town Men president meets with Wallace Caroline Clements reigned at "Sweetheart Swirl," Town Maner Town Men adviser Men-Town Women's winter formal. Town Women , 4 -F? . L - First row: Curmiilghmn, Sheila, Thomas, Peggy, Kahler, Delsenag Novak, R., Braden, I., Stein, W., Fada, C., Blaisdell, Lt. M. C. Second row: McLaughlin, Mary, Welter, Louise, Holaday, Mary Io, Dunn, Maureta, Vanderslice, Sylvia, Unticdt, Sybil, McGowan, Pat. Third row: Chadck, Icannetteg Dauber, Mary Rae, Wittekind, Laura, Hen- ping, Ianelleg McGrath, Mynle, Grashorn, Sandra, Cano, Rosemary, Picha, oan. Town Women is an organization for all University women in off-campus housing. During orientation the group held an open house at the Union for all indepen- dent students. Highlighting the year were the winter for- mal and a spring picnic, given with Town Men, and a mother-daughter tea held in the Iowa Memorial Union River room. Throughout the year mixers and parties were held with Town Men. Town Women held its annual informal meeting at International center. Town Women members were active in UWA, YWCA, WRA and the Hawk-I Pep club. Carolyn Clements was on Union board and Shelia Cunningham was in Highlanders. Miss Ioyce Koym, assistant counselor to women, was the group's adviser. v OFFICERS SHELIA CUNNINGHAM President PEGGY THOMAS Vice-president DELSENA KAHLER Secretary CAROL N ovAK Treasurer Central Part OFFICERS DICK THORNTON Chairman PAUL HAGENSON Vice-chairman MAR1 JANE TALBOT Secretary GEORGE STEVENS Adviser Committee Colorful Fall Fiesta, featuring Ralph Marterie, initiated the all-university party season for Central Party commit- tee . . . there followed a long line of CPC sponsored dances, concerts and guest appearances. Working with Union Board, the group presented Sauter-Pinegan orches- tra at the Homecoming dance. Buddy Morrow played at a dance late in the fall. Peggy Lee, Billy Eckstein and Pete Rugulo's band starred at the Dadis day concert. Louie Armstrong appeared at the university Winter formal. Ray Anthony, Dave Brubeck and Les Brown were on the con- cert schedule. In the spring the committee presented Club Cabaret and co-sponsored Spinster's Spree with University Wom- enis association. Seated: Schwengel, Dorothyg Rickett, Margaretg McMahon, Donna. Standing: Hagenson, Pauly Ojemann, Georgeg Groom, Robertg Adams, Da- vid, Elman, Iohng Thornton, Richard. Forensics Association mt? 'Ben 'Fri' ,, L ,ig . . x Seated: Shadle, Steveg Ojemann, Gcorgeg McKinney, Iamesg Oelerich, Wayne. Strm.flin.g: Foster, Davidg Roberts, Denny R.g Mohrman, Frederickg Mart, Larryg Weber, Iamesg Fries, Iolmg Dallinger, Carl. Members of the SUI Forensics association were active participants in discussion and debate activities on campus. Two tournaments were held at SUI this year: the Uni- versity Invitational tournament in December and a tour- nament of smaller colleges in the spring. Exchanges were held with Purdue and Ohio State uni- versities. Delegates from Iowa attended the national con- vention in Chicago. SUI was represented also at the Big Ten tournament held at Michigan State college and the University of Nebraska Invitational tournament. .xc ck. .tt OFFICERS GEORGE OJEMANN President IDA MAE BRENDEL Vice-president IAMES MCKINNEY S ecre tary- treasurer Hawk-I Pep The Hawk-I Pep club, taking the place of Tailfeathers as the official pep club at SUI, con- sisted of over 250 members. The governing body was made up of committee chairmen with- in the club, the executive ad- visers and the officers. Lowell Iones was activities chairman for l95-4-55. Other committee chairmen included Ron Dowd and Mary Ann Thomas, pep rallies, Beth Me- nard, special activities, Douglas Fuhr and Marlene Anderson, out-of-town g a rn e s 5 D i c k Gleichman, card section direc- tor, Nancy Gaston, card section designer, David Adams, mem- bership, and Philip Kohlhaas and Kay Keith, publicity. First row: Vogler, V., Heeg, C., Cooper, M., Doyle, I., Goodfellow, S., Robinson, N., Smith, S., Garner, I., Hile, N., Miles, M., Parsons, S., Keizer, .Second row: Iohnson, C., Sclmack, M., Pratt, S., Rogers, I., 1-Iarkins, R., Goewey, M., Iohnson, S., Fymho, C., Cham erlain, I., Wilson, B., DeShaw, I., Shadewald, M., Third row: Achcson, I., Burlingame, N., Innes, M ' Klingler, I., Lang, I., Brubaker, M., Watson, M., Petersen, P., Faulkner, P., Landcss, M., Getting, M., lub First row: Goodiellow, I., Gaston, S., Nicholson, NV., Winter, R., Gehring, E., Shultz, S. Wemstrom, Rombougb, S., Koplen, I., Fisher, I., Lazio, V. Snconrl row: McCoy, D., Dull, A., Byrum, I., Snyder, Reid, B., Werra, M., Gates, B., Langlitt, S., Slager, C., Sokolof, F. Tltirrl row: Stover, G., Little, D., Evans, M., Dethmers, I., Miller, M., Gregory, P., Rollenc, S., Porter, I., Leighty, T. Fourth row: Hollman R., Fuhr, R., Iohnson, R., Currier, D., Powell, W., Scliorr, P., Slulca, S., Neu, R., Rouse, W. Io Fymbo and David I were the club's executive ad ers. Acting as faculty adv was E. K. Iones. The group organized and rected a card section during football season. The club took charge of all pep rallies provided new cheers. The Minnesota game chosen for the student 1 Members of the club and o students journeyed to Minn' olis by chartered bus to wit the football game. Bus fare oflfered at a reduced rate. The sale of Hornecon l badges also was organized, rected and carried out by Hawk-I Pep club. I-Iahne, M. Rhurlh row: Smart, R., Baldwin, L., Youngs M., Bump, R., Bills, R., Heldnclge, R., Anderson, I., Men- clon, G., Carrell, B., Hamilton, T., Hartman, D., Folbrec t, F. 206 Pep club's fervent plea to ". . . get out there and form that tunnel," was obviously successful. OFFICERS President ...... FREDERICK HAHN Vice-president . . . SAM Pnsslzs Secretary . . KAY KAUFMAN Treasurer . . LAUREEN FIFIELD "One-two-three-UP." Pep club inspired card section in turn helped inspire Hawks. 1 1 E EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ' First row: Gaston, N., Fifield, L., Fymbo, I., Keith, K.g Weiss, A.g Kaufman., K. Second row: Harrel, W.g Pesses, S.g Dowd, R., Hahn, F. 207 5 International lub r i QE I QS Many SUI students were introduced to new foods at the foreign-student din- ners. International club inaugurated another successful activity this year . . . Interna- tional Festival. Other activities included the Christmas party, the International Masquerade ball and the International banquet. t on oor Belle A secreta Donelson S Sea ed fl : , -i YY S , - , Seated: Lim, S.g Adolfo, L.g Sayyab, A.g Rijhwani, N.g Giskegjerde, I., presidentg Malafa, P. Standing: Birosel, N.5 Basbaum, M., treasurerg Bacci, E. 208 . . . The International Center Student Advisor Committee , -:za 'CP fm First row: Borreson, N.g Dolezal, C.g Iohnson, A., Rickett, M.g Sclarow, D.g Harms, M. Second row: Walker, R.g Mogle, M.g Bowlin, M., Mixson, B.g Robbins, P.g Roudabush, D.g Iohnson, L. Third row: Nieby, C.g Koontz, W.g Kelley, G., Coe, R., Hagen, A.g Boro- chofli, I. The Student Advisory committee is composed primarily of students from Alpha Lambda Delta and Phi Eta Sigma, freshmen honorary fraternities. The committee serves as a guide and information bureau for new students at SUI. During orientation week, the committee helped fresh- men plan their schedules. At registration the committee again gave advice and information to newcomers. The group worked with specific faculty advisers. Chairman of the committee for 1954-55 was Margaret Rickett. Prof. I-I. Clay I-Iarshharger, assistant dean of lib- eral arts advisory services, supervised the group. 209 1 ,JV W K' W , nf ' l'Qk,ff'fUy U ,J QW tudent Council OFFICERS TOM CHOULES President MICHAEL BRUCHER Vice-president RENNETT DOMACK Recording secretary IAM ES HOUSER Treasurer The Student Council is a representative organization of 28 members elected from housing areas on campus. The council, meeting bi-monthly, functions in a sphere Where restricted organizations cannot work. Its perma- nent committees include the student book exchange com- mittee, the campus chest committee and the Homecoming committee. In November the group was host to the Iowa-Nebraska convention of the National Student association. Rennett Domack was elected chairman and represented the region at the national executive meeting. The council is also a member of the Big.Ten Student Government conference. Seated: Brucher, M.g Hotz, 1.3 Choules, T.g Domaclc, R.g Faunce, L. D. Second row: Coleson, M.g Fuller, E.g Eckert, R.g Svoboda, 1.5 Rehnberg, S., Cunningham, S.g Holaday, M.g Dunitz, T.g Chastain, S. Third row: Liike, W.g Thornton, R., Wolfe, A.g VanDercreek, W.g Daugh- ton, D.g Davidson, P.g Holmes, P.g Gutrie, R., Untiedt, 1.9 Oliver, B.g Teter, W. 2I0 , sf Qfi. HSE 1- 3 I Q l H Nu " v I ,My , 1- I. Wm, 3, ., , -I 1 -..,,-,AN i x n. . -- fJ I l i ' 1 'LP 'jar 15 1.'3irffmQfF . 41 x J X . ,,. 1 'B' 1- ., :M , "-. , gif, 'I WJ L 0211? . - "fill" 1. I 'L 'gs " HH" av n uf' IJ. A .VE 1-,X V- wr ,,, -,' if , .-I ,. A 4, 1- fd , dag 'ff A .. 4 , x',,s J., N I Q L Jw 5 ,H K.. . 1 me 'rl mir by 5 is nion Board OFFICERS PAUL BARTLETT President Socmirxas PAPPAJOHN Vice-president CAROLINE CLEMENTS Secretary SHIRLEY SPARKS Treasurer A special late-hour party in March to honor SUI's champion basketball team was one oi the feature events sponsored by Union Board. The board also co-sponsored the First Nighter party and held an open house for new students in September. Committees which Worked to provide an interesting and entertaining Iowa Memorial Union were fine arts, bridge, post-ball game, movies and TV, tea dance, games and publicity. The 16 members of the board are selected or appointed by the various colleges of the university. Service on a Union Board sub-committee is a pre-requisite for mem- ship. First row: Clements, Caroline, Pappajohn, Socratesg Bartlett, Paul, Gutrie, Richardg Sparks, Shirley. Second row: Griiiith, Catherine, Liike, Williamg Holt, Marshallg Bagnara, Iosephg Nolan, Elizabeth, Toedt, lack, Elijah, Gerald, Bills, Eldon, Levsen, Janet. nion Board Committees First' row: Chambers, M., Stanzel, I., Borreson, N., Halt, P., Kirby, C., Denning, N., Watkins, A., Crawford, C., Gill, S., Robbins, P. Second row: Serbousek, I., Shapiro, M., Erich, E., Blot, E., Wardecker, I., Tanty, F., Reider, S., Trachta, I., Hilton, I. Third row: Sclialroth, I., Westergaard, P., Smith, I., Stern, I., Elman, I., Landess, R., Courier, L., Steele, M. Fourth row: De Kalb, I., Karl, E., Eibel, I., Bolender, C., Coulson, D., Grier, I., Ricker, I. F ifth row: Foster, N., Anderson, R., Frandson, C., Brooks, L. Sixth row: Widner, R., Hansen, R., Beckman, R., Bateson, R., Meythaler, H. Union Board sub-committees are organized to assist the Union Board in carrying out its annual program. A Union Board member headed each of the eight sub-com- mittees which were responsible for a specific part of the program oilfered in the Iowa Memorial Union for the student body. Every Sunday bridge tournaments, afternoon tea dances and movies were held. Celebrated speakers, artists and musicians were presented. Applications for membership in this group were made in the fall. After a year of service on one of the sub-com- mittees, a student is eligible to run for election to Union Board. University Women's Association OFFICERS VIVIAN HOCIiSTETLER President SALLY REHNBERG Vice-president SUE RELDER Secretary NANCY ABRAMSON Sophomore Representative After Working behind the scenes all summer, University Women's association began the fall semester with its ori- entation program together with menis orientation. Other UWA projects this year included Code for Coeds which was sent to all new students, UWA calendar, for- eign student dinners, high school contact and the student- faculty coffee hours. Another project, information First, presented a wide variety of noted speakers. Spinster's Spree in the spring and University sing on Motheras day rounded out a full yearis program. GENERAI. COUNCIL First row: Thomas, P.g Meder, P.g Dunitz, T.g Crawford, S.g Baker, A. Second row: Rehnberg, S.g Reider, S.g Hochstetler, V.g Rickett, M.g Abram- son, N.g Bell, I. Third row: Clithero, N.g Donelson, 5.5 Behrens, B.g Putney, K.g Termohlen, K.g Reimann, 1.3 Sifford, M.g Hauser, 1.3 McCardell, 1.5 Erickson, B. T K7 LJ ...,, .Q H 1- .. ,,,E an us 9 Gigs fn, . 4. ff. ' f' ' f1i5.,'3.Ti- :.Ti !,iT,'1.5' 'A ,- . -5271, -I ,t-.V 5 I rirwgfll E in 'L .::'. ' :- V" f- 'ii' ' , fffxl. ,,YE'I'i'-1 - VU:i1.'.L2f- fr' ' I. -6-Wflxvq. U- la V A F 179.5 lf! 1 'W I. 1 .t,.11. 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'fu L-' K 'f-""'1f-Q13 5.2: H 1 , A ' 11- ' .r " . W A ' "' 6 - T yi A 735 cr ' A T" . 1 :Va 1 ' 'N - , w, Q3-4 X 1- , .. . Vwrriyp A A mi? EQ X ,fx A 7 "W , -E.--2 z:m.1.L',li 1 f F' ' ,gf N, . if L ' ' prL'T 1 v' F- ' , ' 'Q J 5- 4 Q4 1 n . ' mm J ng M , Af 5. . jg - . ' , 'er ,, QQ. x ' -P w 1 W f ' 5 ' N A ' ' f UW f-. , '- 151 A ' . b J , , , V + 5 xv 1,311 5 'u,:.I 494: , .- 'ns 1 1 S ,.4 'L fig?-if V 'N b '5-it! Orchesis members "emole" during a practice session for their annual show, "The DILIICG-flll1CfL and Now." 75 Women's Recreational Association -fi: -,L,,..a.,. J... :LA-i"' 'T-A A' " ,.Wlff.. .',,.. FW: My Tank suits wererft exactly the rage in '55-just when provided by the U women's pool for recreational swimmers. Action was wild and wooley at the women's gym during December and lanuary as the gals fought it out for the lzaslcetball intramural championship. :ani-111. 1'-xp-mv W A Council EXECUTIVE COUNCIL-Seated: Ashton, Ruth, Falk, Marilyn, Shiley, Io. Standing: Haddy, Gloria, Fernandez, Ellen, Collis, Lorene, Sutton, IoAnne. COUNCIL-First row: Sutton, I., Shiley, I., Falk, M., I-Iadcly, G., Ashton, R., Collis, L. Second row: Fleming, E., Secrest, M., Connolly, I., Svoboda, I., Guy, S., Albacb, I., Spacek, B., Montgomery, I. Third row: Haun, B., Newman, C., Schwengel, D., Hunt, G., Swanson, I., Mayfield, B., Forbes, M., Fernandez, E. Directed and co-ordinated by the council, the Women's Recreation association had a full schedule of events for all SUI women who were interested in recreation and ath- letics. The annual convention of the Iowa Athletic Feder- ation of College Women was held at SUI this year. The yearly Orchesis concert was held March l5 and the Seals' show was given May 3. WRA sponsored golf, bowling, swimming, volleyball, basketball, mixed volleyball and tennis intramurals, hockey, social dance, stunts and tum- bling, basketball, and badminton clubs. Con fucious said . . . "loin WEA" Membership cards were given to 263 Women who had participated in WRA activities at the annual membership meeting, "Confucius Saysf' March 15. WRA sponsored "Canoe Capersi' held May 7. Activities of the organization were di- rected by the executive council which included: Marilyn Falk, presidentg Ruth Ashton, vice-presidentg Io Shiley, secretaryg Io Schumann, treasurerg Io Sutton, intramurals chairmang Ellen Fernandez and Lorene Collis, publicity chairmen. Advisers to the group were vvomen's physical education instructors Helen Clark and Janet Atwood. ' HW, ,ii Q X cz S 1 ' ' -fig rf Young Democrats OFFICERS DAVE FOSTER Presid e nt ELIZABETH HARR Vice- president JOAN DUHIGG Secretary IOHN FERGUSON Treasurer Young Democrats consisted of members who took an active part in the membership, social and campaign com- mittees of the organization. To arouse the interest ofthe voters in the 1954 election, the Young Democrats Went from door to door in Wash- ington county urging people to vote. On the night before the election members held a torch-light parade to encour- age voting in Iowa City. Second semester was sparked by an all-university mem- bership drive. In the spring, the group attended the an- nual state convention. Students also went to Des Moines in March to watch the legislature in action. First row: Webster, C.g Norton, M., Foster, D.g Nickol, 1.5 Fitz, A., Gleason, K., McGivem, C. Second row: Ncfzger, B.g Kapenstein, I.g Bartels, D.g Ferguson, I., Staves, E.g McKean, K.g Foster, D. Third row: Graham, P.g White, I., Collins, I.g Pesses, S.g Anderson, G.g Grassfield, M. Fourth row: Liike, W.g Bolden, G.g Emery, M., Miller, F.g Christensen, 1.5 Sutherland, I.g Goldschmidt, D. Young Republicans First row: Goodwin, 1., Shinkle, T., Sliradcr, D., Swift, 1., Demoney, E., Meis, P., Putney, M., Cohn, G., Failor, E. Second row: Elijah, G., Fergu- son R., Neslcr, T., Dunn, R., McManus, R., Hefti, M., 1ohnson, S., Cham- berlain, 1., Thodt, L., Colson, 1.: Scrandrett, M., Beebe, M., VanWalterop, N., Adams, N. Third row: McEwen, 1., Springer, D., Lein, D., Bertroche, 1., Becker, R., Willard, W., Strassburg, M., Banwell, C., Lahmann, M., Rombough, S., Davis, B., Ausberger, 1., Wilson, B., Belle, A., Zimmerman, C. Fourth row: Zuber, C., Thomas, 1., Anderson, R., Alkire, L., Putney, K., Stimson, C., Kessler, K., Mitchell, B., Nolan, B., Peters, A., Gillaspy, F., Craig, F., Ebert, E. The Young Republican league attracted 200 to mem- bership during the two and one-half day registration pe- riod at the iieldhouse. A membership drive in October brought 100 more members. Among the distinguished speakers contributing to the fall program were Gov. Leo A. Hoegh, Congressman Fred Schvvengel, State Young Republican Chairman Clar- old Rodgers, 1ohnson County Republican Chairman Wil- liam Morrison, and notable state and local candidates for public office. Members joined with the Young Democrats for a trip to Des Moines in March to visit the state legislature and the governor. ' OFFICERS CARL B. ZIMMERMAN President ELIZABETH NOLAN Vice- president ELLA MAE EBERT Se cre tary MICHAEL BRUCH ER Treasurer YWCA OFFICERS MARJORIE I-IAHN President HELEN SToLTz Vice-president KAY PUTNEY Secretary-treasurer JOBYNA RANKIN Financial Secretary The Young Women's Christian association opened 1954-55 with its annual mass meeting. Freshmen who were interested in Y Work attended a meeting in which they chose ofiicers and set up a program of activities in- cluding the sale of Homecoming mums. Major in Marriage, a series of lectures and films in the spring and fall, was planned to answer questions that stu- dents might have concerning marriage. Members of the hospital board read to and entertained the patients in the University hospitals. YWCA celebrated its international centennial February through March this year. During this time a birthday dinner was held to help raise funds to educate people in the Work of the YWCA. CABINET-First row: Kartzke, M., Meyers, I., Saggau, L., Kirby, C., Wen- ger, V. Second row: Ray, M., Albach, I., Rankin, I., Hahn, M., Stoltz, H., Putney, K., Schwengel, D., Fetzer, M. Third row: Dow, D., Acheson, N., Erich, E., Staves, E., Collis, L., Fleming, E., Wing, K., Haddy, G., Miller, S., Weir, E., Eginton, K., Rollene, S., Harms, M., Dolezal, C., Sindelar, M. , 5'-sf-X 1 Spring, R , Po L, D , Dowd, R , an, C., Kaster, I., Bateson, R., Foster, ome Economics O Membership in the Home club is open to all in home economics or to taking courses in that de- Meetings were held monthly which speakers discussed sub- ranging from parenthood spices and herbs in cooking. In April SUI was host to col- Home Economics clubs the state at the an- State day meeting. The traditional baked bean was one of the main of the year. Girls mod- clothes they had made in class in the annual style show. Open house held during Motheris day row: Hodge, D., Wclter, N., Millhaem, T. Second row: Sins, T., Dietz, D., u: ' Y .' a' .' .- Alpha Phi mega Alpha Phi Omega, composed of former Boy Scouts, sponsored a Boy Scout troop at the Chil- drenis hospital as its major proj- ect. The group also monitored the polls during all-campus elec- tions, worked in conjunction with the university program during Orientation week, assist- ed in organizing the Homecom- ing parade and established SUI information booths for the con- venience of visiting groups on the campus. Alpha Phi Omega obtained its funds from the Most Ugly Man On Campus contest and contributed to the Campus R., prcsident, Giblin, T., Currell, I., treasurer, Cl'1CSt drive. Hamilton, T., Ashline, I., Couter, L., secretary. Bostrom, G., Swift, D. Fourth row: Coetsch, B., I. Club l First row: Novak, C., Wilson, B., Lang, I., Perkins, A., Ruben, P., Olesker, R., Braucht, M., Keeline, I., Icfliery, I., Byllesby, S., Robinson, N. Second row: McGrath, M., Borts, D., Ander- son, S., Kunik, B., treasurer, Little, D., Blazek, S., Waskow, Y., Nobile, M., Borte, M., Wagner, I., Wilharm, K., Schubert, P., Neuman, B. Third row: Maddison, G., Schwartz, L., Worst, I., Stevens, S., Nix, I., Hickman, M., Phillips, M., Winner, B., Richrnarm, H., president, Rabus, S., secretary, Vanderlip, M., Ewers, I., Allison, C. Fourth row: Myers, I., Butler, I., Peterson, D., Fleming, E., Wardecker, I., Strok, D., Wickard, M., Iohnson, M., Mader, M., Harris, S., Bishop, I., Henning, I., Merrill, M., vice-president, Meyers, P. 223 DT M University Discussion Group y The University Discussion group is organized for those stu- dents interested in public discus- sion, forensics and oratory. The .5 group, working closely with uni- versity debaters, took part in the Intercollegiate Conference on World Affairs. The topic dis- cussed by the group in 1954 was SHOW Can the American Edu- cational System Best Meet the Needs of Our Society?" Each Thursday the group pro- duced a half-hour radio program on WSUI. During .November members were host to the Pur- due Discussion group which dis- cussed U. S. policy toward For- mosa. The group met with Wis- consin in March and attended the Big Ten conference at Mich- igan State college in spring. ' First row: Taylor, 1.5 Iacobs, V.g Baxter, M. Second row: Kent, T.g Clark, C.g Weber, 1.3 Sutherland, 1.3 Foster, D. Cold weather diclrft stop Yoi Demos' effort to "Get Out Vote." E nl HUNURARY AND PROFESSIONAL URGANIZATIUNS Alpha Kappa Kappa OFFICERS RICHARD MCKAY President THOMAS BURKE Vice-president ROBERT HANSEL Corresponding Secretary IOHN SAss Treasurer Alpha Kappa Kappa, professional medical fraternity, boasted a membership of about 110 men this year. One of its most important activities was the sponsor- ship of a series of lectures hy outstanding medical authori- ties for the medical staff and students in medicine. The party of the year was the annual Kadaver Kapers which Was planned hy the AKK freshmen. Other social events included the Christmas and spring formals. Activity-wise, the Fisher award was presented to Iohn Fenton and Richard McKay. Rex Iamison Won a Rhodes scholarship. Bill Kettelkamp Won the freshman award sented to the outstanding student in anatomy. First row: Onnen, D., Wallscr, W., Perrin, W., Ojemann, R., Kettellcamp, D., Richards, E., Davey, Mrs. Inez, Dankle, W., Anneberg, A., Carney, W., Connell, R., Burke, I., Caraway, L. Second row: Myers, F., McClellan, D., Curtis, S., Rohovit, D., Blome, R., Good, I., Carman, K., Wright, I., Hart- leip, D., Buechle, T., Ellis, W., Kitchen, C., Hogshead, H., Blazek, I., Mc- Kay, R. Third row: Custer, M., Brigg, T., Ducommun, D., Thomas, G., Tjaden, H., Kettelkamp, R., Sass, I., Whitmore, W., Wentworth, A., Kirke- gaarcl, R., Galloway, I., Kettelkamp, W., Wirtz, E., Whinery, R., Sunner, G., Bergee, H., Pearson, V. Fourth row: Stumme, L., Nelson, R., Peterson, H., Montgomery, I., Schnell, M., Thorson, I., Fenton, I., Whitehouse, W., Foster, P., Hendrickson, R., Doss, I., Hoffman, R., Stevens, R., Iamison, R., Fenton, W., Shining, H. Fifth row: Burgess, M., Iohnston, R., Hansel, R., Miller, R., Weeber, I., Robinson, W., Earll, I., Green, E., McCarthy, D., Michaelson, M., Bullard, I., Gillillan, N., Leehey, P., Borcherding, D., Wanamaker, I., Erlconen, W., Grube, O., Sornson, R. I Alpha Kappa PS1 First' row: Crunk, R.g Pech, E4 Fries, I-Lg Toedl, 1.5 Fliss, W.g Franzwa, S.g Probascn, M. Second row: Rinckcl, 12.3 Jones, R.g Clark, W.g Meyer, AR.g Morrison, D.g Ferguson, R.g Carsten, K.g Shcely, I. Members of Alpha Kappa Psi, professional commerce fraternity, had an activity-Hlled year. Decemhefs social spotlight featured a Christmas dinner-dance. The month of May focused on the annual spring dinner-dance. Busi- ness men addressed the fraternity once a month on busi- ness procedures. Each year the fraternity awards a scholarship key to a graduating commerce student in the upper 10 per cent of his class. The fraternity recently organized the Alpha Kappa Psi foundation for the achievement of higher levels of eco- nomic literacy. GFFICERS ROBERT CRONK President EUGENE PECK Vice-president WAYNE Fuss Secretary JACK TOEDT Treasurer Delta Sigma Delta OFFICERS WAYNE MOLDENHAUER President SAM CHRISTIANSON Vice-president BILL MCCOY Secretary ALBERT BROWN Treasurer Delta Sigma Delta, professional dental fraternity, had a full year of study and participation in the various dental organizations on campus. Bill Lindquist was president of the Associated Students of Dentistry, and Keith Pack- ard, lim lVlcCutcheon and Tom Washburn served on the council. Outside the dental realm, the Delta Sigs enjoyed an active social and intramural program. There was an an- nual party Welcoming alumni at Homecoming, and the feature event of the second semester was the spring formal. Associated with the chapter was the Delta Sigma Delta Wives, club which held monthly meetings. First row: Meswarb, N., Moldenhauer, W., Dumbauld, I., Engman, L., Dahlberg, W., Boeke, P., Washburn, T., Anderson, E., Schumacher, R., Lampe, E. Second row: King, D., Carrothers, R., Miller, C., Peterson, R., Guenther, R., McFadden, V., Vincent, G., Kauffman, C., Rasmus, R. Third row: Nordmark, B., Barnes, W., Christensen, O., Witte, T., Bliss, S., Oge- sen, R., Slattery, M., Wilkison, R., Bohke, K., Kepros, S., Mowrey, S. Fourth row: Klein, P., Packard, K., Reddig, D., Megchelsen, I., Ringdahl, I., Duncan, D., Nelson, R., Nelson, D., Storie, D., Kraght, P., Armstrong, M. Inset: Dowell, Mrs. E. '1 l i A card game woulzlnft be a card game without kibitzers. Studies call-"they shouZd'a put hours on thzls TV set wpgmiwsd-"W 'rn n WA-g ,J Studies still call, but u fellow's got to keep up with the world, Loo. 0,1 2- .,,, 0 Delta igma Pi OFFICERS IAMES PETERSON President MYRON PETERSON Vice-President CHARLES HARVEY Treasurer BEN KNOLL Secretary Delta Sigma Pi, World's largest professional commerce fraternity, works to promote a closer relationship between commerce students and leaders in the business world. Delta Sigma Pi members active in the Collegiate Cham- ber oi Commerce were Ray Summerfield, Myron Peterson, Iohn Ferguson and Charles Harvey. On the social calendar for fall were the annual smoker and dinner at Amana for new pledges, a mixer with Phi Gamma Nu and the Hoat in the Homecoming parade. So- cial events included the annual winter formal at which the Rose of Delta Sigma Pi was crowned and the spring picnic. First row: Hite, F., Whisler, D., Ferguson, I., Gertenbach, D., Montgomery, M., Graham, R., Luthro, R., Pritchett, B., Peterson, M., Bollie, D., Corn- well, G. Second row: Richmond, R., Hardman, E., Anderson, R., Halverson, G., Butterwich, D., Sommerfeld, R., Claney, D., Harvey, C., Lavery, G., Grice, D., Roberts, D. Third row: Newton, D., McGrath, W., Kair, L., Madsen, R., Logan, W., Hjelmaas, R., Noll, B., Pecinovsky, W., Peterson, R., Jacobson, R. F1--V ' ,V iff .fi in gf 5 I V ' ' i V a -H ' 45 w ' "Qi ,' ' ' ' . w Jrgfr. I ft-, . 5- VLE, V 11, , E215 ' ' '-T T' 'al F I 'L N ' 'J V " 'MT Yrs, -40' -T gg: ali 21 "" A cup of coffee always helps a bull session along. Those textbooks do come in handy. "Bunny" DeCamp was crowned Rose of Delta Sigma Pi at the fratcrnity's winter formal. Psi mega OFFICERS R. A. GASTON President DEL ALBERS Vice- president JERRY VVEILAND S ecretary IOHN Leo Treasurer Psi Omega, professional dental fraternity, met with members of the dental profession and sponsored clinics with practicing dentists as speakers. The Psi Omegais had an active social year, too, includ- ing the annual freshman banquet, the Christmas dinner- dance, the Homecoming party for alumni and members, and the senior picnic in the spring. Members were also active in campus activities and com- peted in intramural sports. The Psi Omega Wiveis club had an active year of social gatherings. First row: Young, L., Kremenak, R., Roudebush, C., Ieeklin, D., Garfln, L., Iohnson, C., Albers, D., Petersen, I., Williams, V., Korneisel, K. Second row: Pearson, H., Leo, I., McCombs, R., lVlcKercher, T., Wormley, I., Eisenbach, I., Cole, T., Mills, G., Gaston, A., Webster, A. Third row: Vincent, D., Newcomer, C., Haw, R., Van Cleve, A., Hedge, H., Hardy, F., Bolender, C., Coulson, R., Schulke, M., Drennen, R. Fourth row: Thayer, K., Adams, C., Wittrwiari, I., Svoboda, C., Otto, I., Barrett, I., Weiland, I., Sharbondy, G., Feldman, E., Sutherlin, R., Bills, E., Robinson, N. -Q, -Q- .. The subject under discussion was serious. Even the dog joins in when there,s tzme for relaxatmn. I .I X. . . 'lu Y I gf "ace" if 1 5,1 1 .FS .'d3,B .f I :,:!U I, ff M5125 i w:fQ'f " f'9iQ,: XII., fu"'-' " I iff' :ff I Wil -L .Q Q fyffz' . .' -' x' Q I . ,.. Jf.. f 41, ,Jfff . ,:q1fg,gPg,52.15 f - ' 2 'rf .fsf .fu Zero hour approaches-Psm O's step up ,Q53g'g5jj,':, 1-- rg' ' . . , stuU'ing operation. fThey made it.j -'fzlilfgyfib 233 u igma OFFICERS JAMES BELLAMY President TOM GRIFFITH Vice-president RICHARD SCHELLINGER Secretary I. CARROLL RAMSEYER Treasurer Nu Sigma Nu professional medical fraternity's partici- pation in the intramural athletic programs won it the all- university canoeing and golf championships in 1954-55. Special honors went to Iay Gardner who was awarded the new Bierring awards in hacteriology. Robert Sparks served as a student representative on the student-faculty committee in the college of medicine. The chapter again presented the H. I. Prentiss award to the freshman student who received the highest grade in freshman anatomy. Social activities included smokers, dances and open houses. Special gatherings were the Christmas and St. Patrickas day parties. First row: Fincham, R., Fletcher, F., Firkins, R., Wolfe, R., Handford, A., Liverzey, L., Schelinger, R., Keeflfer, W., Rinderknecht, N., Denbo, H., Murphy, T., Weideman, D. Second row: Rinelaske, I., Thornton, F., Stark, T., Syverud, I., Ramseyer, C., Iohnson, C., Hanson, E., Funcke, W., I-Iuewe, P., Worton, E., Sparks, R., Gerndt, H. Third row: Van Olst, I., Welch, G., Welcher, W., Hockmuth, D., Kunzman, I., Manoles, E., Ziebell, W., Mc- Devitt, W., Conway, F., Bellamy, I., Wilson, R., Wilson, D. Fourth row.' Updegraff, C., Anderson, W., Anderson, I., White, I., Hendricks, C., Faber, L., Bromas, I., Rodawig, D., I-Iensen, A., Lehman, I., Munemitsu, S., Robert- son, I., Martin, C., Sones, D., Velvey, R. hi Beta Pi l First row: Broholm, R., Smith, R., Westerlund, R., Maughan, I., Carlock, B., Daniels, C., Miller, I., Saunders, M., Wolff, H. L., Gilmer, R., Watkins, Mrs., Ianss, W., Ward, I., Sehmelzer, W., Rosenberg, H., Caplan, R., Rick, I. Second row: Stevens, W., Downing, W., Stewart, W., Hammer, R., Pol- lock, C., Christensen, R., Erps, W., Kundel, D., Merulla, C., Klink, D., LaMar, I., Cohn, A., Wolfgram, E., Christensen, C., Vandervelde, G., Gillis, H. Third row: Wolli, H., Sweem, D., Hull, C., Spring, N., Vaughan, W., Strom, R., Sprague, L., Switzer, R., Wells, R., Kolpack, M., Reed, I., Tread- way, G., Cline, M., Mites, D., Klauer, I., Iacobs, G., Braby, H., Saunders, G. Fourth row: DeKraay, W., Llmcsand, D., Nadler, S., Williams, G., Trene- man, I., Lechelt, R., Kundcl, R., Staples, L., Stanford, W., Weldon, L., Frink, D., Woodburn, B., Michel, G., Fawcett, K., Luhman, L., Perkins, R., Hanson, P., Shapiro, R., Berryhill, L. The members of Phi Beta Pi, professional medical fra- ternity, chose as their main project this year an extensive re-decoration program for their house. They held the an- nual spring and winter forrnals plus several other parties, and many of the members contributed to various campus activities. Five Phi Beta's, Burton Carlock, Don Kundel, Morgan Cline, Bill Stanford, and Bob Christensen, were on the Medical Student council, Stanford was treasurer. Dick Caplan was president of the Student American Medical association while Iohn Swanson was president ofthe soph- omore medical class. The Wives' club was active under its president, Mrs. Don Young. OFFICERS ROBERT GILMER President RICHARD SMITH Vice-president IAMES WARD Secretary WILLIAM VAUGHAN Treas urer h1 Rho Slgma OFFICERS DONN DAINE President BILL METGE Vice-President DoN WAsHBURN Secretary CARLETON PETERSON Treasurer Phi Rho Sigma is a professional medical fraternity open to all students in medicine. Two members of Phi Rho Sigma, Harry Ramseyer and Donn Daine, were on the Medical Student council. Ierry Elijah served on Union Board. Douglas Lawson was secretary of the sophomore class and Bill Metge was vice-president of the junior class. Activities for the year included two smokers at which speakers were presented. A party was held each month, the year's climax being the annual spring formal. The wives of the members formed a club and helped with the fraternityis social events. First row: Barloon, I., Metge, W., Washburn, D., Schmit, G., Knlighn, D., Goss, L., Volpicelli, F., Daine, D., Lewis, M., Liewer, I., Omlid, H., Elijah, G., Brunkhorst, I., Penn, R. Second row: Weresh, I., Brower, I., Patterson, F., Hassebroek, R., Bates, P., Miller, C., Schultz, G., McLaughlin, I., Pechous, P., Peterson, C., Cronkleton, T., Pfohl, R. Third row: Ramseyer, H., Kuhlman, W., I-Iolthaus, W., Soiseth, R., Hoffman, L., Flentje, D., Wingert, I., Bugenstein, R., Rector, D., Gravdins, G., Kuehn, R., Lawson, D., Scott, R., Hagen, R. Fourth row: Kukegaard, V., Frudenleld, I., Ferber, L., Steinberger, E., Kruggel, I., Furry, D., Gatzke, L., Bailey, I., Turner, I., Torgeson, D., Gamber, H., Pansegrau, D. f American Pharmaceutical Association Left to right: Cook, Ricliardg Boeke, Garyg Horner, Iillg Fitzgerald, Jack. The student branch of the American Pharmaceutical association, established in 1940, exists to familiarize stu- dents with association affairs, stimulate leadership and promote the objectives of the profession. The SUI branch is open to all undergraduates in pharmacy. Four professional meetings were held during the year. One of the guest speakers was Pharmacy Dean Emeritus William Teeters. The branch held its 19th annual Pharmacy Prize Prom. In the spring the all-pharmacy picnic featured inter-class softball games with a trophy going to the winners. OFFICERS Dicic Coorc President GARY BOEHE Vice-president JILL HORNER Secretary IACK FITZGERALD Treasurer Associated tudents of Engineering OFFICERS BILL LUKE President DON PAHUS Vice-president LORRANCE KELLER Secretary JOHN KEMP Treasurer The Associated Students of Engineering served as the governing body for all engineering students. The fall project was the corn monument which was constructed during Homecoming week. This year the monument was a gigantic hawk perched on the Purdue boiler. Mecca week in the spring featured a smoker and the Mecca ball. Student and faculty skits were presented, and the queen and attendants were introduced. The scholastic award was given. Engineers started growing beards for the beard contest two months before Mecca week. First row: Molloy, 1.3 Pahus, D.g Liike, W.g Kellar, L.g Kemp, I. Second row: Clancy, M.g Nickoic, B.g Calvert, M.g Westwick, 1.3 Williams, G.g Sloier, B.g Stoecker, D. Varsity Lettermelfs Club First row: Tucker, T., Gertsma, L., Engelby, I., Pitkin, R., Collins, I., Lucas, B., Nelson, S., Kurtz, K., Piper, N., Hazlett, R. Second row: Myers, T., Craig, F., I-Ialbach, I., Dohrman, R., Schaefer, R., Waldron, D., Gillhcrg, A., Icnkinson, H., Kottong, G., Seaberg, W. Third row: Gibbs, M., Brown, K., Winder, I., Kuiper, R., Ferguson, R., Morch, H., Fowler, R., Iohnston, G., Leonard, L., Casady, D., Mullahey, E. Fourth row: Capps, R., Schoof, W., Iohnson, R., Ridley, I., Burton, W., Shining, S., Miller, R., Wright, G., Scheuerman, S., Dugan, W., Lawson, W., Leuer, K., Roberson, D., Dunsworth, I., Leber, I. Membership in the Varsity Lettermenis club is limited to those men who have earned their "I's', in varsity ath- letic competition. Major sports at SUI include: football, basketball, baseball, track, tennis, fencing, wrestling, cross country, swimming, gymnastics and golf. In the fall "Iv club members held back crowds at the SUI stadium, in the winter they controlled the crowds at the SUI field house, in the spring the club sponsored an "I" day, which included competitive sports during the day and a dance in the evening. OFFICERS STREETER SHINING President MERLE JENSEN Vice-President RICH FERGUSON Secretary WILLIAM BURTON Treasurer Dolphin lub I First row: Allen, R., Adams, D., Blum, R., Lucas, B., Orr, R., Tucker, T., Bogert, I., Rowe, S., Kuiper, R., Hazlett, R., Kocimski, T., Gillberg, A., Wollin, K., Ahlgren, R. Second row: Mullahey, E., Ruschmeyer, M., Pratt, R., Leonard, L., Nelson, S., Braley, A., Iohnston, G., Kottong, G., Rouse, R., Bailie, S., Iacobson, I. Third row: Brody, D., Bell, I., Beebe, S., Hancock, I., Wick, I., Stafford, R., Miner, K., Ryan, I., Barber, I., Shaw, D., Pudd H., Wiedrnan, I., Deasy, D. Fourth row: Iustice, R., Dunn, I., Mart, L., Baker, A., Paxson, R., Reed, R., Fogan, C., Rhodes, P., Bye, I., Brown, E., Thomson, I., Stein, R., Foster, I., Rustan, I., Roberson, D. The outstanding event of the year for the Dolphin club, honorary swimming organi- zation, was the 32nd annual Dolphin show presented during the Homecoming week- end in November. Shows were given Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings with the Dolphin queen and court reigning over each night's per- formance. Capacity crowds watched as the Dolphins dived, swam and clowned their way through two hours of "Rainbow Rhap- sodyf' Other Dolphin activities were the Christ- mas trip to Florida, the parties and picnics held for the members and their dates and the initiation of the pledges of the past year. "They glide through the water . . ."-but it's not as easy as it looks. Collegiate Chamber of Commerce First row: Peterson, M.g Walker, I.g Hornbaker, C.g Levsen, I., Toedt, I. Second row: Harvey, C., Summerfeld, R., Robertson, W.g Carsten, K., Fliss,W. Since its founding on the SUI campus, the Collegiate Chamber of Commerce has gradually evolved from a service group into a specialized club for all students in the college of commerce. Enrollment in the college pro- vides students with membership in the group. The Collegiate Chamber of Commerce had several an- nual projects. One of these was the 10th annual Careers conference, held in the spring. Another project was the Awards day dinner, which honored outstanding commerce students. At this event, Delta Sigma Pi and Alpha Kappa Psi, commerce fraternities, awarded keys to the two most outstanding male students graduating from the college of commerce. OFFICERS RAYNARD SOMMERFELD President JOHN FERGUSON Vice-president IANE VVALKER Secretary IANICE LEVSON Treasurer ortar Board OFFICERS SALLY REHNBERG President RENNETT DOMACK Vice-president IACKIE LEWIS Secretary BARBARA BEHRENS Treasurer . , I Motheris day weekend was the highlight of the year for Mortar Board, honorary leadership organization for senior women. Iunior women in the upper 35 per cent of their class were tapped for membership on the basis of scholarship, leadership and service. Pogois Prodigy, the annual Smarty Party, was presented March l2 for girls with a fall semester grade point of 3.0 and over. Iackie Lewis received the Margaret Fowler award, given annually to an outstanding member of the organization. Members sponsored Top Hats and a Donut day as money-raising projects. Seated: Lewis, I., Behrens, B., Rehnberg, S.g Domack, R., Savage, L. Standing: Thodt, L.g Baker, A.g Stoltz, I-I., Lunan, L.g Sparks, S.g Schulze, M., Rowland, R., I-Iochstetler, V.g Hahn, M. 3 micron Delta Kappa i i First row: Anderson, Caplan, R., Fisher, I.: Foster, D., Isenberger, W.g Iamison, R. Second row: Kitchen, C.g LcCoq, I.g Peters, I., Shining, S., Top, F. Omicron Delta Kappa, national merfs honorary leader- ship fraternity, was founded on the SUI campus in 1947. Members are chosen from juniors, seniors, graduate stu- dents and faculty who have shown outstanding ability in leadership and scholarship. ODK sponsored the annual Dad's day Weekend in Coto- ber at which the alumni dad of the year, Dr. Donald Goen, Manchester, was presented. On Saturday of that Weekend ODK hosted a dinner in honor of the fathers of the football squad. OFFICERS FRANK MYERS President IACK PETERS Vice-president DAVE FOSTER Secretary STREETER SHINING Treasurer hi Delta OFFICERS DONALD STEELE President THEODORE HUTCHISON Treasurer VVILLIAM SHOEMAKEP. Historian RALPH BREMER Clerk Many of the 90 Phi Delta Phi members were busy with campus activities as Well as law classes. Tom Choules was president of the Student Council and Michael Brucher was vice-president. Peter Van Oosterhout was president of the Law Student association. Other active Phid's were Iack Peters, editor of the Iowa Law Review and Iames Picken, Vlfilliam VanDercreek and Donald Ribble, staff members of the Review. In addition to the Homecoming and Christmas parties, the fraternity held monthly luncheons which featured as guests attorneys noted throughout the state. First row: Vollmar, R., Falvey, P., McGiverin, A., Winick, M., Sullivan, D., Challed, R., Snell, B., White, I., Ribble, D., Seldin, T., Taylor, H., Bittner, R., Snyder, I., Colton, E. Second row: Morain, C., Perrier, A., Craig, F., Beekman, I., Nelson, I., Davidson, P., Riley, B., Hamilton, T., Cambier, R., Putney, M., Ball, W., Brucher, M., Clarke, D., Steele, D. Third row: Mc- Donald, I., Winston, H., Choules, T., Kirkwood, I., Loots, D., Ryden, R., Knudson, C., Waters, G., Coen, I., Cooper, E., Pickens, I., Peterson, R., Cray, I. Fourth row: Nilles, I., Betar, S., Nolan, I., Eads, W., Armstrong, C., Van Oosterhout, P., VanDercreek, W., Peters, I., Young, R., Ling, I., Bates, R., Bremer, R., Hemmen, M., Iohnson, C., Carey, R., Hutchison, T. Phi Gamma u l First row: Schroder, D.g Iochumsen, A., Hornbaker, C.g Pavlik, B.g Truesdell, M., Wilson, L. Second row: Millard, A.g Fluent, C.g I-Iochstetler, V.g Price, C.g Launspach, B., Phelps, VV., Verhillc, M., Beecher, L. Third row: Doyle, I.g Crong, B., Ennis, E., Lyman, I., Iohnson, C., Ham- ersly, D.g Rousch, M., Cunningham, S.g I-Ioladay, M. ' Phi Gamma Nu initiated five girls and pledged 20 new members first semester. Regular meetings were held hi- monthly. Gifts were exchanged at the annual Christmas party. Carolyn I-Iornhaker, president, was a member. of the Col- legiate Chamber of Commerce. The chapter took an act- ive part with other commerce organizations in sponsoring the Careers conference. An important social event was the dinner and initiation held on Founders' day. A scholarship key was presented to the most outstanding woman commerce major. OFFICERS CAROLYN HORNBAKER President DONNA HAMMERSLY Vice-president LU ANN BEECHER Secretary MARY ANN VERHILLE Treasurer igma Theta Tau OFFICERS PAYE KUBICHEK President DOROTI-IY LUTHI Vice-president Donis WILKINSON Secretary Lois LAUMBACH Treasurer Sigma Theta Tau is a national honorary society which awards membership to those nurses doing outstanding work. Student or graduate nurses who have maintained a 3.0 in their academic Work are active members. The groupis activities included a dinner on Founders' day in Gctober for all nurses and students in the college of nursing. An award was given to the outstanding nurse. Other features were talks by speakers from various fields on subjects of interest to all nurses. These meetings were open to all nurses. First row: Fisher, A., Rosncr, I., Hanson, C., Chastain, S. Second row: Rowland, R., Lunan, L., Regina, S.g Sutherland, S. Student urses rganization First row: Kratz, K.g Rickett, M.g I-Iarpel, N.g Woodruff, S.g Hale, I. Second row: Faulkner, P.g Lcichsenring, L. rgfyflggf' if- Afiaxp Jff ,fiv-4.4L cu.-fy conf cr-ri.: f:2'ff'ff'f"f -' -:fd Jr' A,f.li.Q1,T , 4571-3.1, ,-iQ rr.,fl1?."'f'-2: "4JXL'Z,'4f! ,fp ,fe 4.4--.yiw I .g,.f5n'---'M -71544, f 'D..'fi:-'P-'fa' Ginn D I r?,4.9k:,l Z- Af., ,if-3-1121 :l:.,' OFFICERS The Student Nurses organization is composed of all KPSEN SSRATZ , , resi ent students enrolled in the college of nursing. The purpose of the group is to promote and maintain better social and Loy-E1CHSjlNfjNG . I I . lCe'pI'eSl en professional standards. The organization functioned N HA , ANCY RPEL through a council composed of Pat Faulkner, freshman Secretary class presidentg Margaret Rickett, sophomore presidentg IANET THEME Sylvia Woodruff, juniorg and Ianet Hale, senior. Treasurer The activities of the year included a tea for new stu- dents, capping of sophomores in December, a holiday fashion show, and participation in planning the conven- tion of the Iowa Student Nurses association in Cedar Rapids. 2.5. , Alpha Delta Sigma Alpha Delta Sigma, profes- I sional advertising fraternity for men, won the ADS presidentis cup for the local chapteris work, in collaboration with Gamma Alpha Chi, on the all-Iowa can- cer fund drive. The recognition cup is presented to the ADS chapter with the outstanding project of the year. During Homecoming, ADS sponsored a luncheon for alumni in the Iowa Memorial union. Merrill-McKenzie Advertising agency, a subsidiary of ADS and GAX, put out the advertising blotter for all students. Prospective members must be men interested in advertising who are of junior or senior standing and have a 2.0. Lowe, D., secretary, Bittner, D., Vhixenburg, A. Standing: Willis, W., Vincent, E., Doerr, R., Isenberger, W., Mau, T., Burshtan, A.- W., Vaughn, W. Seated: Garrity, E., Stevens, I-I., vice-president, Petenakis, I., treasurer, Moorman, R., president Alpha Lambda Delta First row: Keith, D., Archer, I., Donelson, S., secretary, Borreson, N., president, Dolezal, C., vice-president, Sclarovv, D., Bowlin, M., Walker, R., treasurer. Second row: Christoffersen, A., Harms, M., Spellrnan, C., Barnes, I., Iohnson, A., Mogle, M., Harrington, A. Third row: Robbins, P., Felix, I., Roudabush, D., Mixson, B., Iohnson, B., Lawdahl, A., Doyle, I., Basch, L 248 ' Alpha Lambda Delta is a tional fraternity for freshn Women who have attained grade point of 3.5 during tl freshman year. During registration, membn in collaboration with Phi Sigma, acted as student advisr and assisted with Pres. Vii I-lancher's open house. Dur the fall they held a Mental ll nagerie party for those freshn Who were in the upper 20 cent of the entering class. April they held their banquet the spring initiates, and in li they registered mothers Motheris day. Associated Students of Dentistry The primary functioning body for the students in the college of dentistry is the Associated Stu- i dent of Dentistry council. The members of this unit are elected from the three dental classes, the dental fraternities and from the independent dental student group. Activities this year included the annual dental picnic in the spring and the Apollonian den- tal dance at the Iowa Memorial union. The Union dance hon- ored St. Apollo, dentistryis pa- tron saint. In cooperation with the Iunior American Dental as- sociation, a Christmas program was presented. A talent show featured a student-faculty band. ated: Thiegs, R. T., secretary, Lindquist, Iohn W., president, McCutcheon, James, vice-presi- nt. cluding: Ellis, john, Washburn, I. T., Packard, I-I. K., Dixon, I. E., Sutherlin, Robert, From- lt, A. A., Williams, Vinccnt. Chi Epsilon Chi Epsilon, civil engineering l selects its members on basis of scholastic ability, and character. It is only to sophomores and honors presented in 1954 the senior award of a civil handbook to Dick and the sophomore to Elias Prentzas. Good and high scholarship the bases for these honors. l events for the past year the annual banquet at Amana colony and the breakingi' contest at an house in the fall. , Seated: Smith, Peter, Rijhwani, Narain, Schmickle, Richard, secretary-treasurer, Kemp, Iohn, president, Gramberg, Helmut, vice-president, Prentzas, Elias. Standing: Hoover, Richard, Clancy, Maclyn, Rowe, Alvin, Bacci, Ernesto, I-Iultquist, Keith. 249 Delta Sigma Rho Delta Sigma Rho is a national honorary fraternity on SUI's campus for men students who have made outstanding achieve- ments in. discussion and debate. Meetings are held each Tuesday evening in conjunction with the Forensics association. This yer's question for de- bate in colleges and universities throughout the nation was: "Resolved that the United States should extend diplomatic recog- nition to the Communist gov- ernment of China? The topic for discussion was concerned with the American educational system. Members attend the Delta Sigma Rho convention in Wis- consin in March. First row: Lynberg, C., Rodig, E., vice-president, Sevatson, R., treasurer. Second row: Pollock, R., Allen, M., president, Teeter, H., Meine, D. Seated: Foster, David, president, Weber, Iames, secretary-treasurer, Hitchcock, O. A. Standing: Myers, Prank, Seabury, Hugh, Dallinger, Car . Delta Theta Phi The promotion of scholars and fellowship are goals of D c l Theta Phi, national professi law fraternity. The SUI c ter held monthly luncheons year for its members which o featured guest speakers such SUI Pres. Virgil I-Iancher Prof. Frank Kennedy of the lege of law. Social functions of the gr included p a r t i e s celebra Homecoming a n d Christr The main event of the year the annual Founders' day l quet. Delta Theta Phi honored i a scholarship key, members the upper l5 per cent of t law class. Third row: Slavens, R., Iones, M., Shenk, I., McMartin, G., Allen, A., Maggert, I., LeBuhn, P., Ganitz, N., Smith, I. 250 Eta Kappa Nu l Eta Kappa Nu, professional electrical engineering fraternity, presented an award to the soph- omore student with the highest scholastic standing in the de- partment of electrical engineer- ing. The group had an open house in the spring. It also had various projects to improve the appearance of the electrical en- gineering building. Two initiations were held dur- ing the year, one in Ianuary and one in the spring. A student in electrical engi- neering must he in the upper one-fourth of the junior class or in the upper one-third of the senior class to qualify for mem- hership. Seated: Koenig, Michael, Thomas, Richard, secretary, Brady, Iohn, vice-president. Standing: Iellries, John, treasurer, Wait, john, president, Syverud, Samuel. Gamma Alpha Chi Gamma Alpha Chi, national a A advertising frater- for women, received a from President Eisen- in recognition of the work on the Iowa bond drive. ward was made at the national convention at Kan., in November. of the advertising were frequent speak- at meetings. The group took trips to tour advertising de- and companies in cities. Alpha Chi worked Delta Sigma, men's advertising frater- other advertising Seated: Ollfman, S., Datesman, A., Kaminkowitz, G., rush chairman, Newsome, E., Hahn, M., president, Greer, I., secretary-treasurer, Anderson, S., O'Brien, D. Slan.zlin,g: Korns, K., Borreson, N., Brown, I., Conger, N., Olchoff, I., Rouse, C. 25I Iowa Transit Iowa Transit, edited by Tony Masciopinto, is a monthly inde- pendent publication for the col- lege of engineering at SUI. It is published by the Associated Stu- dents of Engineering. The members are advised by the Board of Control, which is com- posed of five students and four faculty members. The publication contains student articles concerning the newest advancements in engi- neering and it enables students to get articles in print. Iowa Transit is a member of the Engineering College Maga- zines associated, and is the old- est student publication on cam- pus. It has been published since 1890. Left to right: Stender, Selma, presidentg Iones, Mrs. I. W.g Theissen, Eleanorg Boerner, Carolyn, Left to right: Stender, Selma, presidentg Iones, Mrs. I. W.g Theissen, Eleanorg Boerner, - secretaryg Domer, Emily, treasurerg O'Brien, Betty Ann, vice-president. Kappa Epsilon C Kappa Epsilon, Women's pl maceutical fraternity, Works the advancement of the pl macy profession. Members attended a conf tion of all chapters at Pur university in May. The ani pharmacy faculty tea Was l in February at the home of I Iames jones, adviser to group. Kappa Epsilon mem acted as hostesses. Meetings were held on second Tuesday of each mo Girls helped the Student An can Pharmaceutical associa chapter with parties and pici A woman must maintain minimum grade average of y to be pledged. An additional l mester of C Work is required activation. secretaryg Domer, Emily, treasurerg O,Brien, Betty Ann, vice-president. 252 Medical irst row: Bcrgec, H., secretary: Dainc, D., Kundel, D.g Ramseyer, H., Shutt, M.g Nelson, N. ,cond row: Morris, Dr. W., Clinc, M., Duilie, E., Rohovit, D., Fenton, I., vice-presidentg arlock, B. hircl row: Foster, P., Christensen, R., Fensen, A., Fenton, W.g McClellan, D., president. Nu Sigma Phi Nu Sigma Phi, vvomenis pro- ssional medical sorority, is an norary social group estab- hed for the purpose of promot- g fellowship among Women dents studying medicine on e SUI campus. Members met for evenings of idge and other social gather- s. The organization at SUI s founded 36 years ago by charter members. This year re are 10 members. Iudy Hopkins served as pres- nt of the oranization and n McNally served as secre- y-treasurer. Student Council The Medical Student council is the student governing body of the SUI college of medicine. It is a representative body com- posed of 16 members, four elected from each of the four classes. Their purpose is to dis- cuss the problems oi the medical student and try to aid the stu- dent in solving these problems. The council seeks to promote a closer relationship among stu- dents in the medical college by fostering common interests in various Ways. The council also Works toward a better, more un- derstanding relationship be- tween the medical students and the medical college faculty. First row: Carstens, Y., Graham, I. Seated: Hopkins, I., Bartels, D., McNally, I., Richard, C. Standing: Fitz, S., Barnes, C.g Robinson, D., Nickel, I. 253 .,-jffffj ,931 , -1 rj- ,Vs r . -f fp 5 ,I I K. l!l6lQc,,J1 ,Ju 716,117 ' l Th Cl b .rr-ir' t,-fi, wtf f ccupatlona erapy un ,fi W ,,., . ,. . .. -. '16,-f ,Uv I r.VA 1 'wig' J,,,',:..1 Lv Realizing the need for a group I I feeling and wanting to increase I interest in the occupational ther- apy Held, several 1954 seniors organized the OT club. Any occupational therapy ma- jor is eligible for membership in the organization. During the year students who were doing their clinical affilia- tion told the members of their experiences. Plans were made for Dr. Wilbur Miller of the psy- chiatric hospital and Dr. Carrol Larsen of orthopedic surgery to be guest speakers at two of the monthly meetings. The senior banquet was held in May at the Amanas with Dr. William Paul as guest speaker. First row: Kratzke, M., Miller, M., Lathrop, E., Matthew, B., Simkin, S., Coad, C., Robinsox A. Second row: Barton, L., West, B., Olson, I., Beasley, B., Moore, M., vice-president, Ca penter, N., president, Musgrave, N., secretary-treasurer, Bernstrom, B., Werra, M. Third ro Wandling, H., MacKenzie, R., Kelly, D., Reed, B., Gorbics, N., Griiiith, C., Adamson, M I-Iugelen, G., Haseqawa, A., Grandia, T., Erich, E. Fourth row: Meyer, G., Ain, M., Herrio M., Rowley, M., Clausing, E., Stuart, G., Beck, H., Dow, D., Fry, I. Phi Alpha Delta Phi Alpha Delta, profession' law fraternity, conducted revie sessions before finals and sem finals for the freshmen law st dents. Five members attend the bi-annual national Phi pha Delta convention held Des Moines for law students a practicing attorneys. The fraternity held month luncheons with Iowa lawyers guest speakers. Among the were District Iudge Iames Ga ney, Supreme Court Iustice Ro ert Larson and ex-Iohns County Attorney William lVle don. Highlights of the year W the initiation dinners for n actives, held in Ianuary a in May at the Amanas with the Homecoming and Christ parties. D., Sperry, H., Cothern, I., vice-president, Fishel, M., Crane, T., Carstensen, L., Madsen, R., ' Ruttan, I. Third row: Ackerman, G., Langholz, R., Blakeney, E., Gordon, C., Schrader, R., Stevenson, R., secretary, Shkolniclc, R., Pugmire, P., McCann, E. s First row: Sinnock, F., Iohnson, R., Sclarow, M., president, Martin, S., Zimmerman, C., Grif- fith, I., Neuzil, R., Anderson, A., Moore, R. Second row: McNertney, W., Adams, N., Foster, 254 Phi Epsilon Kappa Phi Epsilon Kappa, honorary- professional physical education fraternity for men, is open for membership to all qualified stu- dents and instructors. The eligi- bility requirements include an interest in the field of physical education and scholastic merit. Phi Epsilon Kappa members are active in intramural sports. Last year they held the outdoor v o l l e y b a l l and professional Wrestling championship. Several members were also active on SUI teams. During orientation Week the organization sponsored the freshmen play nights at the fieldhouse. They also sponsored eated: Amorin, I., Wendler, A., treasurer, Six, N., vice-president, Gustafson, W., president, the Swedlsh gymnasts' illber, A., secretary, Sills, F. econd row: Iacobsen, T., Engelhy, I., Sigcrseth, P., Schulz, I., Wachter, R., Howard, I. hird row: Stoppels, P., Wicdman, I., Wolbers, C., Reitmann, R., Strong, C. Phi Eta igma Phi Eta Sigma is a national eshman honorary fraternity for en. All freshman men receiv- g a grade point of 3.5 or over re qualified for membership. I Phi Eta Sigma, with Alpha Delta, co-sponsored a in the fall for the upper per cent of the freshman and a banquet was held in for new members. All helped during registra- and assisted with orienta- Each year the Iohn Briggs is given to the graduating with the highest grade int average for his four years college. Bill Fenton received Q qvvfu-d with 3 avey- Courter, L., secretary, Iohnson, L. C C Second row: Stern, I., Hausman, A., Rein, H., Koontz, W., Stolte, M. G. Third row: Mark, A., Pennington, K., Hammer, W., Borochoff, I., Myers, T. First row: Crosby, H., Davis, T., vice-president, Ojemann, G., treasurer, Hagenson, P., president, 255 Pi Tau Sigma Members of Pi Tau Sigma, honorary mechanical engineer- ing fraternity, are chosen from among first term juniors in the upper 25 per cent of their class, second term juniors ranking in the upper 33 per cent and sen- iors in the upper 35 per cent. This year members helped with the building of the corn monument. Another of the fra- ternityis projects was the blow- ing of the whistle on top of the mechanical engineering building following Iowa's football victo- ries. The group awards a me- chanical engineering handbook to the junior who shows the greatest improvement in charac- ter, participation in activities and scholarship during his soph- omore year. First row: Hradek, R., secretary, I-Iickok, D., vice-president, Brewer, K., president, Divis, tl'GaSl1!'61'. Second row: Hansen, L.g Minkler, L., Miller, G., Gertsma, L., Link, I.g Leistikow, L., T' D., Shifrin, E., Mendenhall, R., Melchert, D. First row: Biddison, Phillip, president, Beard, Pat, secretary, Bennett, Mary, Watt, james. Second row: Stein, Norman, treasurer, McGee, Donald, Nielsen, Ted, Brown, Douglas. 256 Radio Guild Radio station WSUI has honorary group, the R Guild, for students interested radio and working at the stat The guild provides mem with an opportunity for exp ences in radio that they we not normally get in a day's v at WSUI, since station wor expend time and energy in one or two departme Through the guild, members come acquainted with the S ous phases of radio work. 5 enables them to get a more c plete View of radio opportun The guild's project this was live broadcasts from Children's hospital. Radio-Eleetrical Engineers gineers is a seminar group com- posed of junior and senior elec- trical engineering students be- longing to the Institute of Radio Engineers orrthe American Insti- tute of Electrical Engineers. The programs ofthe weekly meetings featured guest speakers includ- ing I. D. Ryder, president of the national IRE. Panel discussions followed. The group went on field trips and held the annual spring en- gineering open house. Each of the seminar groups was respon- sible for an exhibit. an 1.- Fada C.- Wilso11'D.' ci121i'rnIainIiiih7'1irE6ffHHi-iff! 'X' I 'W'wM" v v 1 1 v v 1 Sigma Delta Chi Sigma Delta Chi, national urnalistic fraternity for men, cludes those men who are fol- wing a course of study in one ' the phases of journalism ex- pt advertising. The group held onthly meetings to discuss cur- problems and developments news media. Frequently pro- journalists served as speakers at meetings. Sig- Delta Chi presented annual to outstanding newspa- in Iowa for their contri- to the journalism profes- l . Seated: Hunn, I., Watt, I.g Pitts, Cramer, I., VonLaven, W., treasurer, Kapenstein, I. Standing: Moran, S.g Libby, E.g Koch, H., Hopkins, S., Bledsoe, T.g Ingle, W., Pitschke, R.g Mabry, R., Hooker, R.g Iensen, D.g Silver, B.g Greenwald, H., Hess, I., president, Raskopf, F., secretary. 257 The Radio and Electrical En- Student Marketing Club The SUI student chapter afii- liate of the American Marketing association has had a busy year. Monthly business meetings were alternated with speakers from the business World. Members took an active part in the annual Collegiate Chamber of Com- merce convention. Spring stu- dent-faculty mixer and the an- nual banquet Were included in the social activities. Officers for 1954-55 Were: Richard Ferguson, presidentg Benjamin Noll, vice-presidentg Iohn I-Ianrahan, secretary-treas- urer, and Benjamin Determan, chapter secretary. "4 Seated: Arndt, E., Graham, P., row: Befzger, B., Noll, B.g Fliss, Launspach, B., Thodt, L.g Ferguson, R., Willis, W W., Norton, M., N., O'Brien, A., Olson, R. Third row: Gilman, I-I.g F.g Krall, A., Hanrahan, 1.3 Walter, L. Fourth row: K.g Brinkman, H., Hood, R., Kline, D. Lang, L.g Goldsclimidt, D.g Van Me er Rn Clark W: Pe in F. First row: Brady, I., Hoover, R.g Gramberg, H., treasurer, Hultquist, K., vice-president, Leisti- kow, L., president: Goetz, D., secretary, Koenig, M. Second row: Smith, P., Clancy, M.: I-lradek, R., Divis, R., Anderson, E., Gertsma, L.g Brady, I. Third row: Wyrick, D.g O,Neal, C., Bacci, E., Baker, W., Nunn, P.g Tweed, D., Benhollow, I., Wait, I. 258 y Y 7 l Y I gi Groom, R., Miller, 1.5 Mugge, I. Tau Beta Pi Members of Tau Beta Pi, h orary scholastic association engineers, are chosen from j iors in the upper eighth of tl class, and seniors in the up fifth of their class. Members also chosen on the basis of cl acter and personal qualificatir The association is limited male members of the college engineering. Each year Tau Beta Pi awe an engineering handbook of vvinner's choice to the outsta ing freshman engineering dent. This award was preser at the Mecca smoker. irst row: Iensen, P., treasurer, Kaminkowitz, C., Cross, K., president, Savage, L., vice-president, xdgeway, I., secretary. econd row: Covcrdale, V., Werner, S., Brown, I., Fleming, P., Greer, I., Work, B., Shapiro, . , Murray, I. Theta Tau Theta Tau is a national pro- ssional engineering fraternity ganized to develop and main- iin a high standard of profes- onal interest among its mem- rs and to unite them in a rong bond of fraternal fellow- ip. The fraternity welcomes to embership those juniors who in the upper 25 per cent of class and those seniors who in the upper 35 per cent. Omicron chapter has an active part in engi- college activities since its in 1923. Marvin Calvert served as pres- of the organization. Keith was vice-president, and Flagel, secretary. Theta Sigma Phi The annual Matrix Table was one of the major contributions of Theta Sigma Phi, Women's honorary-professional journal- ism iraternity, to campus activi- ties. Held in April, the banquet this year gave recognition to Women leaders both on campus and in the community. Meetings for the 15 members were held every other week. This year the group sold Christ- mas cards and return-address tags as money raising projects. The group requires its mem- bers be in their junior or senior year in journalism. In addition, a member must have a B aver- age in all journalism courses, as Well' as a C plus average in all other subjects. First row: Black, D., Parker, G., Westwick, I., Pray, L., Young, D., Flagel, L., Everingham, I. Second row: Ulch, D., Deluhery, I., Brown, D., Iohansen, W., Evenson, W., Fada, C., Utter, Third row: Brady, I., Kaster, I., Giblin, T., Hansel, G., O'Neal, C., Iacobson, N. 259 New members of Phi Beta Kappa discuss their initiation into the honorary society. ff Mortar Board needed funds-campus need variety. "Top Hats," an all-coed variety show presented in February, was the result. 260 1 Delta Theta Phi was one of 100 organizations besieged by I-IAW FVI? 'nlnnfn mm-,,f,..,.',,.. ,1,...:..,, ,.1.,. ...4.A....1 n1....- mf., -, M 1 - -w,-1,f-:nu.,L--aw..m-in - ,f v 154' K. Q . Qr- f! , J gf K -iff, Zip... . - ,,'.Jn3?f1,f - -V Z X rv-ff? ' bffzf-'.'QP:JC:f ',.-.g . ,,,, F , A na., -.bah , 'Q ffl.-Il! ' 1 ?1iQ2ffff' and-E.g, ' ' , . -.ra -1' .729 - in i, . ' w -2521 5 . -1 .-,bg ,j- ,.1 . 2 V , . ' -4. 33 ' 1 'w'ff.jf5.-f ,, 'TEES -U, 'ify ,K Mg, . , .,. 1, f 'X-., .v A V 1..- W: : ,Qi Y -9 -1 Lua-J"1 1 W 3 , ,,,2L" n f First row: Iohnson, D., Long, M., Dierks, B., Robinson, N., Haddy, G., Harms, M., Underwood, L., Freyrniller, H. Second row: Sharp, H., Rankin, I., Barnett, M., MacNish, N., Cline, E., Basch, L., secretary. Third row: Ludvigson, VV., treasurer, Iohnson, G., Howard, D., Chesrnore, R., DeYarman, T., Pollak, D., Sneller, D., McKean, K., Allos, W. Fourth row: Trembath, K., Pippert, W., president, Welch, D., Hotrichter, Rev. A., Leksa, Rev. I., Wittenberg, C., Hulrne, S., Forsberg, Rev. N., Allen, I. Student Christian Council Student Christian council, composed of representatives from ll church and campus religious organizations, met monthly to study the backgrounds of various denomina- tions and the movement toward one church. Each semester SCC sponsored a special Sunday evening service. In December community-wide Christmas vespers were held at the First Methodist church. Approximately 100 students took part in the pageant, c'They Sang That Night in Bethlehemf, written and directed by SCC ad- viser, the Rev. Nancy Forsberg. Universal Day of Prayer vvas observed in February at the First Presbyterian church. Devotional periods were held daily in Danforth chapel. Other projects sponsored by SCC were the Palm Sunday service in the First Baptist church, and the Religious emphasis program which ar- ranged faculty visits to housing units for religious discus- sions. 262 About 100 students partici- mted in "They Sang That iglit in Betlzlelwntf' Cur- ling preccclccl the pageant. Members of SCC were Canterbury club, Disciples of Student fellowship, Iowa Christian fellowship, Lutheran Student association, Nazarene Student group, Roger Wil- liams fellowship, United Student fellowship, Wesley foun- dation, Westminster fellowship, YMCA and YWCA. r .. -- gw- .- . i, W W W. mm.,,..w..f,,.W in ,.,.H..U J M1 "fi I V I 5: Q ' T'-5145 - ' Kittie - ' Ti! ' I 1 elif tl 1 ,E-1 . l f 5 ' 75 in i -5 , i lr Student centers held suppers, coffee hours and fellowship periods weekly. 263 Hillel Foundation Members of Hillel met for regular Sunday night sup- pers followed by a program. Sabbath services were held OFFICERS I ' .. on Friday nights. JOAN WARSHAWSKY An open house began the year and another one was President held in January for students and faculty. An Oneg Shab- LAWRENCE COHEN bat with Israeli dancing and a discussion of Israeli prob- Vice-president lems was a regular part of Saturday afternoon activities. The annual Chanukah-Christmas art with the Wesle BARBARA FRANKEL , , ,p Y , , Secretary foundation told the stories of Iewlsh and Christian holi- D P day observances during that season. A Korean War ON3,Iiasj:iRsON orphan was supported by the group. Notable speakers durin the ear were Professors Wendell ohnson, Fred S Y L. Fehling, Harley Zeigler and Kurt Weinberg. , Prof. Frederick P. Bargebulzr, director of the foundation, Hillel members and their guests sang Hebrew folk songs welcomes students to one of the Sunday supper sessions. and heard lectures after Sunday supper. 264 i i l Kappa Phl First row: Thomas, P., Brochschink, 1., Owen, W., McCletchey, M., Morgan, M., Lambert, M., Fisher, I., Oldaker, 1. Second row: Sanks, Mrs. R., Broth- erton, D., McCall, E., Moore, M., Brammerlo, M., Roden, 1., Bishop, C., Thomas, A., Seytlel, B. Third row: Hile, N., Plantz, 1., Everingharn, A., Iohnson, K., Moelk, M., Kloppenburg, M., Ocaselc, D., Felix, 1an, Felix, 1ean. Fourth row: Fleming, P., Iacobs, V., Oosterhuis, B., Elwell, S., Oliver, B., Benton, M., Meyer, G., Williams, D., Rollene, S., Harrison, C., Anderson, M. ' Kappa Phi, sorority for Methodist Women, began its year's activities with the annual Rose tea on Oct. 10 and pledging on Oct. 17. Rushing was also held. second se- mester. The pledge activities this year included serving at the annual bazaar and Valentine and Christmas parties for Sigma Theta Epsilon, Methodist men's fraternity. At Christmas a CARE package was sent to a Korean girl who formerly had attended SUI. April 6 Kappa Phi had a new ceremony, a Meal in the Upper Room. On May 7, they entertained their mothers at the annual mother-daughter banquet. OFFICERS BARBARA OLIVER President CONNIE BISHOP Vice-president MARCIA LAMBERT Recording Secretary PHYLLIS FLEMING Treasurer Newman OFFICERS DON TEMPLEMAN President PATRICIA OIDONNELL Vice-president MAUREEN STEELE Recording .Secretary CHARLES GREEN Treasurer Newman club met for monthly Communion breakfasts, Sunday evening dinner meetings with guest speakers, and Thursday evening discussion groups. The club organized a choir which sang regularly for mass at St. Thomas More chapel, and published the Newhawk twice during the year. The annual Lenten marriage lecture series with guest speakers was held in the spring. In November the group was host to students from Iowa State Teachers col- lege and Iowa State college for the Notre Dame football game. Social events included a Christmas party and caroling, a skating party, and a picnic with Newman clubs from ISTC and ISC. Newman club members crowd around piano for good old fashioned picture. rf- , 5 , r fin' n V1 x .f G- 1- f ,xf-, .vfgw --fw 'ff :Q '- , in f ,- ,551 X 4.31, '-.1 ' , -,rw -1- J. 11, WJ yg,,, ,nu w,.. . .1 wk .,,,-- - Z-,Q -A W- ff- --my ,-Y - -f - -,- ,ff V my w +H u u Qwlm m wH1Afw'WfvwMN , ff rf. -v - X M' f, , "-f ,,. -f . 1 :L 41 - '. f 4-f 'Zi N I 3 -Iv 1- -. W, 3 ,, ,. 1, X, C. .., J Q -, . , mNr 1 Q I r 1 1 f fJMQllMMLMqg j LM M mn HN'M H5'WHfNkNWfWT1gQQggiQiLggigJM'V H +-rfg .Lag -,--mf:-vi Liv: um.-man.. -.:.5--f-.F . 1:5 Q14 ,111-:' .sql :1rf,g..11.fwmF . .- M.:-.1 dang. ' , , . 1 H ,. my--1 . tr-. .ai " w - 'wp- L7,-,v nf- f We plunked our suitcases on the floor . . . regardless of where the room was . . . it was gloomy . . . lonely. From down the hall a cheerful . . . "Come on over" from an old hand of two hours . . . and living at SUI had begun. The same room looked like home in two weeks . . . new faces, now friends, sprawled on the bed . . . we lived and laughed . . and learned . . . to talk .' . . to listen . . . to share . . . to study . . . to get along i .JW il 'Sl lf I 1, lf I ,lil J' Eliza' WH ll "'i' ala,-f M at 11. ,1 ,: .i. . w . E' 1' ,W v ', X ' wr - Yee.:fw, vez.:-V' -214: -cg Y, 13'1...i.:re R.. isizln sgiveg-Q ,.f:?x.,'..3,f.z:-ew: urrier Hall Meal time at Currier . . . good, wholesome food and good, wholesome conversation. U 'N Top row: Ahlschlager, M., Amundson, K., Behrens, B.g'Beisner, R.g S., Bishop, C., Domack, R.g Donelson, S., Downing, C. Second row: I.g Fischer, P., Fleming, P., Fuller, E., Haddy, G.g Iergens, 1.5 Lacina Linder, 1.3 ivIcClatchey, M. Third row: Meyer, M.g Mull, S. Oliver Price, C., Rankin, I., Reimann, 1.3 Rickett, M4 Savage, L. Schafroth, I.g Schulze, M.g Sharp, L.g Strassburg, M., Ward, Lg H.g Werner, S., Wilson, L. Q Currier hall girls were busy with a great number different activities Within the dorm this year. Some the busiest people were those on the various boards the chairmen of those boards. Helen Wandling was cial chairman, Phyllis Fleming Was in charge of pu relations. lane Reimann was activities chairman, . Margie Rickett was chairman of orientation board. lf bara Behrens was judiciary chairman. Marcia Watson served as president of the New C dent council. Made up of freshman and transfer stude the council organized and carried out service projr throughout the year. Lou Schulze, rezgned as Currier Sweetheart This year five of the girls on Mortar board lived at Currier-Barbara Behrens, Rennett Domack, Vivian Hochstetler, Louise Savage and Mary Louise Schulze. Vivian was president of UWA, and Mar- gie Riclcett was secretary. Gloria I-laddy was treasurer of WRA. A number of Cur- rier girls were active in WRA and UWA council work. Rennett Domaclc was regional chairman of the National Student association. Working for the HAWKEYE were Louise Savage, copy editor, Sally Werner, organi- zations editorg and Phyllis Fleming, identi- fications manager. Phyllis was also assis- tant city editor of the Daily Iowan, and Sally, Ioyce I-Iankins, and Ioan Ridgeway were reporters. ' i V , ,f A The eleventh hour. Members of Theta Sigma Phi were Phyl- lis Fleming, Lou Savage, lane Greer, Sally Werner and Ioan Ridgeway. ' And then he said . . . 4 i' X 27I -L UNIT ACTIVITIES First row: Ienson, Sally, Luhrs, Peggy, Mentzer, Roxie, Little, Donna, Fell, Polly, Carmichael, Iayne. Second row: Zimmer, Carol, Sorensen, Mary Lou, Langholz, Phylliss, Bennett, Joyce, Steele, Maureen, Hendrickson, Janet, Blessing, lane, Samuelson, Betty, Anderson, lean, Barta, Bev- yr' KI erly, Myers, Susan. ,lt sl' Twill fl UNIT INTRAMURALS First row: Pcninger, Carrie, Hansen, Rosemary, Maylield, Betty, I-Ialloran, Kay. H' Second row: Davidson, Mary, Reid, Bonnie, Shaw, Pat, Oldol, Io Ann, Klingler, Ianet, Wires, Shirley. UNIT IUDICIARY First row: Hinz, Ianice, Hultman, Ioyce, Schu- bert, Paula, Laffey, Donna, Green, Carolee, Melsh, Nita, Crandia, Thelma. Second row: Mackey, Baila, Moore, Marie, Pal- mer, Shirley, Fields, Elizabeth, Wyatt, Ann, Tolford, Nancy, Dixson, Audrey, Watson, Mar- cia, Pritchard, Ianet, Mitchell, Betty, Lyon, Marilyn, Gamble, Linda, Kloppenburg, Maxine, Theissen, Eleanor. UNIT SOCIAL First row: I-Iickerson, Martha, Hiekerson, Ann, Anderson, Karla. Second row: Spencer, Geraldine, Weber, Mar- tha, Steinford, Shirley. 272 -A-.1 X s.- . 1 , IL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL First. row: Schulze, Mary Louise, president, Domaek, Ren- net' Behrexvs B'1rh'1ra' Ricketl Mar aret 1 ' '1 ' K 1 L ' Second row: Wandlinlg, I-Ieleng Fuller, Emma Lou, Flem- ing, Phyllis, Savage, Louise, vice-president, Reimann Ianeg Werner, Sally, Lreasurerg Oliver, Barbara, Rankin lohyna, secretary. IUDICIARY BOARD ORIENTATION BOARD First row: Kcpros, Ellen, Behrens, Barbara, Beisner, Fzrst row Rxclxett Margaret Llnder Io Schafroth Io Roxie. Relmann lane Second row: McGregor, Clareg Howard, Bethg McClat- Second row Wandlmq Helen Belsnex, Rove Flemmg chey, Mary Ann. Phylhs Rankin Iobyna Izrat row I Iovs nd Beth, llemmg, Phylhs Iaekson Iudy, Fnst row Ressler, Carol Evans, Sally Cowton Maxme F1Ileld Laurcen Barta Beverly Second row Allsehulex Dons S d W dl M 'PUBLIC RELATIONS BOARD SOCIAL BOARD x r I, K... - 1, - ,.,....,.1, 1... i a Y 1 ' ,"Q A::,,f:-- . .F "I am a candle." A ' I I 3, .' --N., 4 " Y' f .'.':,,l.. I my 'Q I - . 1 . , xo'i1!5" Y x 3,3513 U - , V- . j jiv "According to my psych notes, we're all maladjustecl In "Ohhhh, it's for my roommate!" First row: Iohnson, Marylyng Scdlacek, Kathryng Burke, Evelyng La- vigne, Patg Burnell, Sylviag Miller, Dianeg Dec, Nancy. Second row: Peters, Lorcltag Coleson, Marilyng Margret, Dcllg Wenner, Carolynn' Broder, Iudithg Israelith, Ruthg Peterson, Nancyg Nobile, Marcella, McMonigIe, lane. Third row: Wilson, Karen, Groenwold, Kay' r Childs, Icang Carter, Nancyg Rupert, Charleneg VVeldon, Marjoriag Lynn, Virginiag Schmidt, lean. Fourth row: Boeck, Gloria, Cockling, Ioyccg Hanson, Geraldineg Wickard, Margaret, Dodge, Rebecca, Her- ring, Patg Rausch, Maryg Swella, Mary Louiseg Waters, Ioan. Eastlawn was an active place in 1954-55. The year began with a series of mixers with the men's dormitories. At Homecoming the girls joined forces with South Quad to build a float for the parade. The highlight of the social season at Eastlawn was the Winter formal in Ianuary held in conjunction with the Quadrangle in the River room of the Iowa Nlemorial Union. Eastlawn was represented in many campus activities. Among these were UWA, PIAWKEYE, Orchesis, University players, the Scottish Highlanders, WRA and Interna- tional center activities. 2 I . "I spent all day at the hair-dresser!" "So there you are." 276 js-14 OFFICERS President . .... LOAH LUNAN Vice-president . . IEANNE HoTz Secretary . . . MARY ROBERTS Treasurer . . IOAN PAUL "Pvc been working on the -- wards all the live-long clay! Westlawn Westlawn council is the official govern- ing board of the nurses' dormitory at SUI. The council is composed of dormitory offi- cers and unit chairmen and is in charge of all Westlawn functions. New dormitory residents were greeted by a council-sponsored welcoming party in September. Also in September was a stu- dent-faculty tea to help staff and students get acquainted. Teas were held following home football games. Afternoon teas will be continued into the summer months and in August a reception will be held for the graduating seniors. A Christmas formal, Caps Caprice, and the spring formal were bright spots in the Westlawn social season. All-dorm parties were sponsored at I-Ialloweien and Christ- mas. Numerous mixers with rnen's hous- ing units were held during the year. An installation picnic was held following the selection of new oliicers in March. WESTLAWN COUNCIL First row: Roberts, Maryg Hotz, Ieanneg Lunan, Loahg Gordon, Ioang Kent, Ioan. "Did he say 71e'd call back? Second row: Mitchell, Marcia, Rice, Bettyg Muto, Io, Conway, Dixieg Kratz, Karen, Edwards, Arlene, Waner, Carolyn Kaufman, Marilyn. Third row: Leichsenring, Lorraineg Erickson, Bonnieg Chastain, Sally Sue. . - ,-1--v r rv ACTIVITIES BOARD Seated: Walker, Normag Kleyfoth, Shirley. Stancling: Osborne, Mary Frang Weis, Shirleyg Buenneke, Lornag Nichols, Marilyng Gregory, Gaylene. IUDICIARY COUNCIL First row: Tutt, Shirleyg Mitchell, Marciag Nelson, Ruthg Cordon, Ioan. Second row: Leichsenring, Lorraineg Connoly, Ianetg Luce, Mary. PUBLICITY COUNCIL Hadley, Aliceg Wagner, Carolyng SeedorHi, Darlene. Nurses found time in hectic lives for service project A new council project was the introduc- tion of PRN stores at Westlawn where stu- dents buy supplies. During the Christmas season residents raised funds to sponsor a needy family. Each oi the six dormitory units undertook a service and a money rais- ing project during the year. The Westlawn chorus sang at University hospital at Christmas and also participated in Univer- sity sing. Ieanne I-Iotz was Honorary Cadet Col- onel and a finalist for Dolphin queen. The dormitory float placed second in the humor division in the Homecoming parade. The dormitory paper was replaced by a large bulletin board at the Westlawn en- trance on which all news is posted. The council and 175 members of the Westlawn association were helped through- out the year by a new head counselor, Io Gordon, and six advisers. Russell House Russell I-louse, during the 1954- 55 school year, housed 25 girls. It was the only cooperative dormitory remaining on campus. The girls worked together in cooking, cleaning and managing their house. Their adviser, Alice Bruns, was responsible lor planning the menus and shopping for food supplies. This program gave each girl training in home management and good experience in working to- gethcr. Officers of Russell House were Iulia Svoboda, presidentg Beverly Strohman, vice-presidentg Marjorie Rowley, secretaryg and Dorothy Dayton, treasurer. D . Q e . L Y , '. A L-'iv Q . .ii ' ., - 'f'. 1- ' . I' X322 f al all 1 ? 1' is Soft music sets the mood for nz quiet night of relaxation and studying? Professional politicians could haue learned a few lessons from the Nsmolce-filled lobbies" of Currier hall during spring election week. "'?"--wa, A '4- 7 . 1 f-" M-m, Hfffm' cn! , Southwest view of Hillcrest dormitory. Hillcrest HILLCREST COUNCIL First row: Iones, Ralphg Eckert, Robert, Nchami, Vincent, secretary, Sutton, Maurice, president, Hamm, Dong Hartman, Frank' Mann Thomas' Myers Ted. Second row: l-Iolrnes,A15aulg Alkire, Larryg Olson, Walter, treasurer, Wickey, Randall, vice-presidentg Gerdes, August, Neirling, Dean, Blair, Rex. Third row: Schumacher Williamg Freund, Thomasg Boldt, Donaldg Collins, Iimg Kottong, Geraldg Wilson, Izrmes. Fourth row: Baird, Nat, Beckmann, Edward, Pitkin, Roy, Bye, Stanley, Shuck, Terry, Greig, Dave, Kriper, Richard. ' 4 if, jg fl L1 1 'w J' " wk ,V :,,,,.: I 5 ,Ja .. bm- 'fq 36+ 251.1 " .-1 -M., . - ,..... ' 3-1 gnunuml. ....... LL-' ,..g, - pu l 3 - jd? f g-i.LL.J'li Dig those crazy drapes. 'Sign, sign, sign. All I do is sign, sign, sign." Hillcrest, the only male boarding dorm at SUI, housed 545, about 15 over capac- ity, during the 1954-55 school year. Facili- ties offered included a coffee shop, library, two lounges, music room, and a radio sta- tion boolced-up with Currier hall. Due tomorrow-one term paper, v 'vw lfv. . what an intramural team they could have haal Hillcrest ranked high in the field of sports in 1954-55. Football playing residents in- cluded Eddie Vincent, Frank Gilliam and all-American, Calvin Iones. Cage stars from Hillcrest were Carl Cain, "Sharm" Scheuerman, Bill Logan, Deacon Davis, Bill Seaberg and Bill Schoof. Starting in September there were mixers which were followed by a Christmas party, a spring formal and a spring picnic. Hillcrest also took part in the all-dormi- tory Held day. For the first time Hillcrest had its own newspaper. The first issue was published during the second semester. Wesley Pippert was named to Phi Beta Kappa and was religion page editor of the Daily Iowan. Bill Vaughan was classified advertising manager of the Iowan, and Larry Alkire was Wire editor. Loraine Ward was a photographer for the Iowan and the HAWKEYE. The four-point club Food for thought TFEJEI I" g '.: ' C V - 5283 Alf .,,,- ,V , , l uadrangle Over 600 men called the Quadrangle, SUI's non-boarding dorm for new students, home . . . and the facilities offered by the Quad made it more than home. In addition to the living conveniences, the barber shop, the cafeteria, the grill, the lounge, the library, and the laundry facilities-Quad men had their own newspaper, Quad Angles, edited by Brice "Casey,' Oakley. At the annual recognition banquet in the spring, the dormi- tory honored its stewards with certificates and keys for outstand- ing service during the year. - ' ' 1 l , t f-.Z QUADRANGLE COUNCIL- Seated: Wall lace, Dong Rife, Dave, Fisher, Bob, Isenl bcrger, Bill, Toedt, lack, Yarvvood, Dean Mourcr, Steve. Second row: Wyllie, Charles Anderson, Dick, Currell, Iohng Sta Billy Paulsrucl, Dave, Christensen, Ron Rush, Tom, Nunn, Paul. ..,, -w H -. '45, "I wonder if my laundry box came "All this and a crown tooli' Daniel Molan Ioe Iohnson Lariy W Gerald Barrels Don Teter William char, Michael. Second row: Gipple, I-Ioffxnan, Leng Hahn, Fred, Foster, I Proctor, Gaily Ungs, Tomy Huygens, f Oakley, Brice. QUADRANGLE COUNCIL - Seated : ' S ' 1 l 1 ' 6 El Exec Council . . . brains behind the organization First row: Toedt, lack, secretaryg Isen- bcrger, Bill, presidentg Paulsrud, Dave, treasurerg Wilson, Gerald. Second row: Moran, Ioe, vice-presi- dent: Grice, Daveg Currell, Iohn' Brucher, Mikeg Proctor, Gail. 1 I The Quadrangle viewed from the court. . . . the building---bunks ,bout 600 men ' 285 Quad queen Iudy Albert and her four attendants. Tough job for social committee --they picked queen jhalzlsts One of the big social events of the 1954-55 year was the an- nual Christmas party at which the Quadrangle queen, Iudith Albert, reigned over festivities. Attendants were Barbara Apple- man, Joyce Hanlcins, Maureen Kelly and Ianet Renquist. There were also mixers with the women's dormitories on campus. Chairman of the Quad social committee was Gerald Wilson. Quad men relax in the library. E x .. . 3 , ' i 'I -4 if Chow time. A little on the "blues" side. ,L "A woman works from sun to sun . . . . , a fellow's work is never donef W ,L V. . " vwgsv- '171grpL?lvw-1'-I-mly l ri ' . :Pe ' HOT 'nvglIl lm'Wn i Y, ' -,f 1 M 4 v 5 f 'mm N5f Q',,,,,lw.vnwbcNmM,a,,,imyqrzuU5'?" A X ' ' 1' 1' we . 53' ' ING mrwl-LW"" - 041225 ' 'we 1 . I , N.3MRINK mwolymw, Wynn , l , .X rl .'J1.j l iigi wmsrmnolf ,gwgggmmwvg 1 - I-., 1- f - ,fe 't v- t f .. I A.: . , ' ' nm .N me i i . . i i r i t , 1 ,lllffege-. J 'Ll a--1 r- me ' ' 3 , t I t J-'A' "1 ...1 KW 1 E. Q , I ,, , 1 A-, F ...qi 2 . Q few 3 yi, t -.M-haven, my - .5 . 1- ' A. 1 -1: w- .l I f - . ,' tg,,,!,,,,,,-5.51-1-1 5 1 it X94-QIAQ-, H 4 - ', ,D i , . , .. , ,Q ,', . sf "' " " ' sf, . 1: .. .1-:I 1 t, -"1-14.-' ,.f.f-U-'.1"3ri'wi-1.5-1-1 ' . f -1--L 2 1 w" - Jmvxv- Af..--. . --wi .vs-.. 5---' " nl v-f ' - -, . - -,.-s.g-.:r,g14i-q-4'v.,t- et' i 4, ti,--awe -,'5::-Q13-fuk. , . fy- - H .Y-1 ,3...,v:v Q1 -ff fra" ., . A 0 , f.. ... -P ' 4:4 -:TWH '- -1 -vz-,Q . tm..-.4 as-,e Y r M ill f A . A' I . V f'5f"54. Activities kept Quad men on go Quad .men participated in activities at SUI and held many campus positions. Fred Hahn was president of the Hawk-I Pep club. Jerry Hess was president of Sig- ma Delta Chi and managing editor of the Daily Iowan. Rich Ferguson presided over the Student Marketing club and was a star of the track team. He was also named Canada's "Athlete of the Year" in 1954. Members of the Board of Trustees of Stu- dent Publications, Inc. were Charles Wyllie and Bill Teter. Dick Thornton was chair- man. of Central Party committee. lack Toedt served on Union board and Michael Brucher was vice-president of Student Council. Other Student Council members were Bill Teter and Dick Thornton. On the Daily Iowan were Ioe Moran and "Casey" Oakley. Bob Carpenter Worked with the new Student Art gallery. Among the athletes living in Quad were Harold Begel, swimmingg Ira Dunsworth, trackg and Earl Smith and Bobby Stearnes, football' Tie eleventl h ' 'W 'T Qill Y 1"-' "l""' outh Quadrangle OFFICERS GENE I-IARDING President TOM GOBLIRSCH Secretary CHARLES FADA Treasurer South Quad began the year with several "get-ac- quaintedv smokers. Mixers with Currier and Eastlawn and coffee hours during Homecoming and Dadis day weekends gave South Quad a chance to show off its newly decorated lounges. The Homecoming float won first prize in the dormitory division and honorable mention in the humor division. Participation in campus activities was varied. Paul Hagenson was on Central Party' committee and president of Phi Eta Sigma. David Wolf was president of Newman club and a member of the Board of Trustees of Student Publications, Inc. Charles Fada was vice-president of the Billy Mitchell squadron and Ierry Mosey was chief pho- tographer of the Daily I owan. Dick Ientsch was in Omi- cron Delta Kappa, and George Nimmer was in Phi Lambda Upsilon. SOUTH QUADRANCLE COUNCIL First row: Hagenson, Pauly Facia, Charlesg Harding, Geneg Goblirsch, Tomg Leach, lack. Second row: Poline, Bobg Grabow, Iimg Braydon, Iirng Lawler, Iackg Smith, Kermethg Stoecker, Dong Anderson, Howard. at 'X S i 1 If Q 3 Q ' w x , , . 'g gi, lmk. Y., ,W 4' -E. Y 2, Y ... ,, . A- i w X 'Wi 3 A- Y .. 1 Q! 'A w- NS if gas "1 ,I ,fl Ea 1 ag? p "'E if S, 3 N A- X , n 'x v. W w. '- 'x xl s "1 Panhellenic Council OFFICERS LYNN THODT President VIRGINIA GARBETT Vice-president SANDRA BETZ Secretary MARY HAUER MILANI Treasurer The Panhellenic association is composed of all under- graduate Women who are chapter members of the 13 na- tional sororities on the SUI campus. All sorority affairs are directed by the Panhellenic coun- cil, consisting of the presidents of the sororities. Kappa Kappa Gamma, possessor of the highest sorority grade point, was presented the 1953-54 scholarship trophy at the Gctober scholarship dinner at which about 650 so- rority women were present. The association continued its monthly exchange din- ners. An ofiicers' training school was held in the spring. Seated: Thodt, Lynng Murray, log Dalbey, Aliceg Sifford, Maryg Reznichek, Anitag Levsen, Ianice. Standing: Betz, Sandrag Cronk, Beverlyg Garbett, Virginiag Milani, Mary Hauer. 5 il nggzl Junior Panhellenic Council Seated: I-Iarrington, Alyceg Roclhouse, Nancyg McGuire, Madonnag Kutter, Bonnicg Seihert, Sandra. Stamling: Norgaard, Iackieg Phillips, Marieg Spain, Marianneg Cohen, Elaineg Howard, Robcrtag Smith, Aliceg Niehaus, Sandrag Fitch, Zoe Ann. The Iunior Panhellenic council is composed of the pres- idents of each of the 13 sorority pledge classes on the SUI campus. Under the guidance of Miss Helen Reich, assis- tant director of student affairs, and Alice Dalhey, adviser from Panhellenic council, the girls met monthly to discuss and plan the programs for Iunior Panhellenic association mass meetings. The object of the council was to promote continuity and cooperation among pledge classes. At the final meeting the scholarship cup was awarded to the pledge class which attained the high grade average. Project for the year was soliciting funds for Campus chest. OFFICERS MADONNA MCGUIRE President NANCY RODHOUSE Secretary BONNIE KUTTER Program Chairman SANDRA SEIBERT Project Chairman Szgma Chapter Top row: Abramson, N., Anderson, M., Anderson, M., Bathke, M., Belvel, D., Bertrand, P., Black- stone, I., Clark, R., Coble, I. Second row: Coflield, E., Dworzack, C., Frank, M., Gaston, N., Gaston, S., Coodlellow, S., Hall, I., Hanson, N., Harrington, A. Third row: Hedglin, I., Heeg, C., Hite, M., Holt, S., Horn, I., Hunt, I., Iackson, A., Iohnson, C., Keith, K. Fourth row: Kelly, M., Kirwan, C., Langiitt, S., Larson, A., Launspach, B., Meyer, A., Oldsen, E., Pfaltzgraff, C., Robinson, S. Fifth row: Saggau, L., Shea, S., Shepard, L., Schmerse, I., Sicpker, S., Slager, C., Slager, I., Soren- son, M. Bottom row: Steiner, K., Termohlen, K., Thomas, A., Thomas, P., Wenger, V., Wing, K., Woolley, R., Zimmerman, P. I 294 Alpha Chi Omega OFFICERS President ....... JOY COBLE Vice-president . . IANICE HEDGLIN Secretary . . . VIRGINLA WENGER Treasurer . . MAURINE HITE During the football season, many Alpha Chi's led a hectic existence. Nancy Gas- ton designed the cards for the football card section, Marlys Anderson was the Hawk-I Pep club chairman for out-of-town games. Kay Wing was membership chairman and Kay Keith was publicity chairman of the pep club. Five Alpha Chi's were members of Highlanders. Karen Thermohlen was editor oi Code of Coeds, and Lucy Shepard was secretary of the Student Nurses organization. Two Al- pha Chi's were members of UWA council, and two others were in Orchesis. Anne Larson was elected vice-president of the Freshman council and Nancy Abramson was sophomore representative. One of the finalists in the Dolphin Queen beauty con- .est was Sharon Holt. Among the social events of the year were the winter and spring formals, a treasure hunt party, and a number of exchanges and open houses. . p.,. if l A -.., i lv N .- .-1 Alpha Chi's and dates gather around the piano to sing Christmas carols. AQUha Beta Chapter Top row: Bauer, Mrs., Austin, M., Beecher, L., Blackford, S., Bruce, E., Davis, A., Doscher, C., Farr, M. Second row: Fellows, A., Fredericksen, H., Garber, I., Garbett, V., Gates, B., Henschen, B., Hill, L., Hauser, I. Third row: Keeler, P., King, I-I., Kirby, M., Klehloth, S., Landess, S., Maywald, I., Meinhardt, L., Mathis, 1. Fourth row: McCall, I., McDonald, E., Nell, P., Oliver, I., Ortland, B., Van Oosterhout, M., Palmer, C., Parker, K. Fifth row: Paustian, M., Philips, M., Phillips, D., Putney, K., Rodenbcrg, B., Roman, E., Rowland R., Russell, S. 7 Bottom row: Schacht, S., Serbousek, I., Smith, A., Snowgren, I., Steckler, S., Stuart, V., Verhille, M. Alpha Delta Pi OFFICERS President ..... VIRGINIA GARBETT Vice-president . . . IANET HAUSER Secretary . . . JOAN MCCALL Treasurer . IACQUELINE SNOWGREN Winning the 1954 University sing fur- nished the Alpha Delta Pi's with the spark for another top-notch year. Ruth Rowland was tapped for Mortar hoard, and Kay Put- ney was a member of UWA council and secretary-treasurer of YWCA. Ianet Hau- ser Was a Panhellenic representative to Stu- dent Council and a member of UWA coun- cil. Alice Smith, Sue Blackford, Sharon Rus- sell, and Ian Haberly participated in Seals, and six girls marched with the Highlanders. President of Pi Omega Pi and treasurer of Phi Gamma Nu was Mary Ann Verhille. Sally Schacht was in Theta Sigma Phi. Six ADPi's were orientation leaders, ten girls worked on I-IAWKEYE and four girls sang in the University chorus. Social activities included the ADPi Win- ter formal and an afternoon party for han- dicapped children. 5 be A f A good time was had by ' all at the ADPi Hallo- we'en party. S' YQ Q 5 vxhig, - Top row: Maiden, Mrs., Albert, A., Albert, I., Ausberger, I., Barker, S., Barnett, P., Beard, P., Beck, SI H., Blue, g Siconzl glow: Eqraucht, M., Bunker, S., Colbert, K., Crone, M., Doss, N., Duhigg, I., Dunn, I., Fynn, ., Fo ens H. Chapfef Third row: Gard, C., Gastineau, C., Hoffman, I., Hoopes, I., Howard, R., Huntley, I., Kimmel, M., Lawclahl, A., Lewis, B. Fourth row: Lewis, M., McNamara, C., Mikes, M., Munn, R., Neel, N., Nesler, S., Olson, M., Perkins, K., Rabus, S. ' Fiith row: Richmann, H., Roberdee, B., Roemer, I., Rose, M., Sucher, I., Snyder, D., Telford, S., T ayer, B. Bottom row: Pzfhodt, L., Vanderlip, M., Wallace, C., Weir, L., Werner, C., Whitehead, I., Wilimek, F., Witmer, . Alpha Xi Delta OFFICERS President ...... LYNN THODT Vice-president . . HENRIETTA FOLKENS Secretary . . . MARY IANE BRAUCHT Treasurer . . IANE HOOPES Campus activities highlighted the year for the Alpha Xi's. Iane Hoopes was on UWA orientation council, Marcia Lewis was secretary of UWA central judiciary board, and Mary lane Braucht was on YWCA hospital board. Roberta Howard was president of Freshman Y and served on UWA Freshman council. Helen Rich- mann and Sherry Rabus were officers of the Home Economics club, and Io Dunn was elected secretary of the freshman den- tal hygiene class. Lynn Thodt was Panhellenic president wmv., -'Z-.fig-1 - ' Y , , . F '-i..: ."' ., -' 4 A -:.T"'4 3 -' ,g'..'ra, le -. and a member of Mortar hoard. Ioan Du- higg edited the Panhellenic handbook and was secretary of Young Democrats. lane Whitehead was on WRA hoard and Pat Beard was continuity director of WSUI. Nine Alpha Xiis were in Highlanders, and others were active in Seals, Orchesis and chorus. The Alpha Xi's social activities included a Hard Times party, the Snowflake Fantasy formal and a party for the handicapped children. 51' C17 .rf-"4 Alpha Xiis and their dates at the Snowflake Fantasy formal. 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Fifth row: Russell, R., Schauland, K., Sloane, M., Smith, N., Snyder, S., Stientjes, K., Swengel, S , Talbot, M., Templeman, I., Thomas, M. Bottom row: Walker, N., Warren, M., Waugh, B., Wernstrom, B., Wicligen, N., Winter, R., Wood man, M., Wright, M., Yoder, V., Zaclnichek, C. 300 , .AI i , 4' ' 1-. , ,, .i I r .Y 1 f", r 1 5 MQW' ls. Y 5 f 4 l ss ' ' 5 , . l F "" f I I ' A F' 5 9-f 4 , 1 4. is if , i U F . 4 . II 5, x , 5, s Q! U i II I le , I i AI I N L I I.-7 I I I I 1I I III II 31, 1 I III 1, II: 9 I, . I' I ' 'wi - I . ' II I -',- I ,- - ' 7. if I x T . " I l I1 , I II ,I" F . , Y ' KI' 49 I N! ,Q i ' wr QIWQE1, I II ' f . 'AA f i- .f V I ' N ,N lily-ff f ly' A -1 ' ,-- New Al. 35- ' Ei?--.e , V ' " I , 'f I . 1 'll ,' '- ',, fi' 2.5.-....-,.- . l -.W f f --- ll.. i, ' .V 4--. , . I ' . .. .fi . , l il ' L, " - r 'T i" ig"'g- f' fw"'Q""T.T D V I , A . , j ' "" I "" "W "- - I , r-- i . 1" Y -. . " ' - lf' I A ' 1 f , A si ,Y , - 3 'Q'--'Q ' ' as . f I' 'Z YJ .' 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' S, ,V 'Y if . Y ' . pf'-f' F' , A. A l f-4-.QW ,-bf. I 'gf - I I . I II I .If , x ' 1 i .I ' . I. 1, ' 1 ' I . l.L.l '.,"E'L 3. A ' ' 5 Y ' . in . Y Y Y Y Y , Y Y Y Y Y 7 Y Y 'Y Y Y 1 x 1 1 y 1 1 1 4 1 1 Y ' r 1 1 'Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y S Y .Y U Y Y Y Y Y 3 ! Y Y Y Y Y Y Chi Omega OFFICERS President ....... jo MURRAY Vice-president . . . ARLENE KROENING Secretary . . MARY ELLEN PARKER Treasurer . SHIRLEY CURTIS "Flutter-by Purduev captioned the Chi O-Beta float which captured first prize in the beauty division of the Homecoming pa- rade. Both the SUI Mother of the year and the SUI Senior Woman of the year, chosen in the spring of 1954, were Chi Omega nominees. In addition to these honors, Chi O's were active in campus activities. Io Murray was editor ofthe 1955 HAWKEYE,, and 23 Chi O's assisted on the staff. Ten girls were in Highlanders, including Ruth Ashton, ..f .'..-:,,. ,,... head drummer. Ruth was also vice-presi- dent of Seals and of WRA. Midge Talbot was secretary of the Cen- tral Party committee. Arlene Kroening and Bonnie Erickson were active in UWA, and Donna McCoy and Norma Walker held chairmanships in YWCA. Social activities rounded out the Chi O year. The Dadas day chili supper, Home- coming tea, the date dinner, the Christmas cozy, the Winter and spring formals, the faculty tea and the Motheras day week-end highlighted the social calendar. X Refreshment time at the Chi O winter formal, Serenade in Blue. l . wi ,V E. A' v'.': .-1 'V N A 3. , M I V vt. A l. . ' ' 1, . fl ' "" 1 l ' J l ' " 1'-49. 1 fa .,., f i 6, F ug:-,. . il X- . " 1 .E.:.E - , . Al 1 - ' " ". , .f -f ik, ,, W , . ' f L.-nge? . .. , ,Li 1' :fi ' A . Y : 5. 3 ' Y Q, Y ' 'Nl K Y V A-A Y r I .Y P I- .U V, i f wife, 11. I l - I EEJ -I' ly v 1 VX 1 , 1 " Eik l ,S l ' ,Ng In 9, Af- l :.: - .. tl 1 ' ei.. - . i t ff i f , wg, it ,gr i , L " 11A" Q A - .ff . , ' . in up . 'N-N . 'Q , . '.'."T 71- i fi! ' if it , "S: Y I Q .I ,V , . A l Q "" ll S l X , , -- I ia if "N 4' L" il l I Am l i li .9 P . . .. ' f . f l ' .. . A N A .. f. .L. l W i ' A " - lf-ei A fk i i i fg ---JL-, . - -. M-it s X 1.57,-'N , V Vx Q' fy ' ii EEE ' . 55:7 FJ. . 1. Q pk,-.. v I 1' ,HH ,.-l Z . V , U i Iwi , . 'Sli' Q Av, ,iv V lp t f ' an V I 9 . 1 li. Lx xii '- in ji I ', Q. - X? " Q J. .S . - i A, W lx H ., 5, .E W :l l if' Y A I I3 ' Y, m V ,, . , Q 1 -,W Z 3, -I K f ' .- , i ,X M .f If H, A ..,., - ,l 'lag V . -1 'r 5' Q Ex .4 Q2 - :JL-f-i, P . -. M :,: 'A' . i . it A ' .QA 1-4 ,n.g..c.- - . . ,Lf A ' ffl' ' A MPS' PPP? -' T' . Q SA' . .i .- 'M V ' .P A S it u i .f 'P i l D. Y. , E . V! ,Qt . - .Z Z, . W J '- l A ' fi-3 ' . fi f l Qbi . uf, if f ,EH - -: 'Q -, E - . f .fl 1 ' l fh - .:., - . q :-. et.-. 'ff 1 'A ' -, . ' f . .-, - - A lil. A -. .. L. . J ll. - 'ce L..H'. Top row: Abbott, L., Adams, B., Baker, A., Baker, M., Blalcesley, M., Bock, V., Burkett, D., Bar- Phi Chapter tunek, P., Clinker, V. Second row: Clithero, N., Crawford, C., Fleming, E., Freeman, S., Froning, A., Gibson, S., Gill, S., Harnmerstrorn, I., I-Iarnagel, A. Third row: Hickman, M., Hilton, I., Hunter, E., Livingston, I., Maddison, G. Fourth row: Meder, P., Miltner, I., Needham, I., Phillips, B. Fifth row: Phillips, M., Robinson, A., Salie, S., Schubert, P., Shacllc, L., Simmons, N., Smith, P., Sorenson, N. Xliostorncrow: Stevens, S., Strock, D., Summers, B., Sutton, I., Wickard, M., Wilharm, K., Worst, I., o er, . Iorclan, M., Kingquist, M., Lcvsen, I., Lichty, I., Neuman, E., Newman, C., Nix, I., Peterson, D., Delta Delta Delta OFFICERS President ...... IAN1c1i LEVSEN Vice-president . . LEE ABBOT Secretary . . CAROLE Yomsa Treasurer . . IOANNE SUTTON Phi chapter's golden anniversary was celebrated at a formal dinner which began the busy social year. Other social events were the post ball game coffee hours, the winter and spring formals and a bullet din- ner. Six girls were members of Highlanders. Ellie Fleming was president of Seals, Prudy Meder was secretary and six other girls were members. Ann Baxter was chairman of the UWA Profile preview committee. Irene Livingston was also on the committee. Ian Levsen served on Union board, and Ieanine Hilton, Sally Gill and Carol Crawford were on Union board subcommittees. Ellie Fleming, Io Sutton and Carol New- man were active on WRA council, Ian Lev- sen served as treasurer of the Collegiate Chamber of Commerce, and Mary lane Baker was a guest editor on the Madem- oiselle College board. Scholarship, activities and social events played an important role in Tri-Deltais successful year. The Tri-Delts celebrated their Golden anniversary with a banquet at the Union. ' ' f i ,Q iq' Ile 5 '-Si X5 Q ,9- Gamma Chapter Top row: Anderson, S., Appelrnan, B., Atherton, M., Barlow, I., Beckman, B., Borreson, N., Bresna- han, N., Butler, I., Buxton, B., Campbell, L. Second row: Carnes, S., Conway, D., Datesman, A., Davis, A., DeCamp, E., Duecker, M., Dunker- ton, A., Edmund, M., Evans, K.,, Fetzer, M. Third row: Foerstner, I., Gilmore, C., Goen, .M., Green, E., Grillith, C., Cuttenfelder, D., Hahn, M., Harker, I., Milani, M., Highland, E. Fourth row: Horner, I., Ienkins, M., Iensen, I., Iensen, M., Iones, L., Keith, S., Korns, K., Lamar, C., Lindquist, S. Fifth row: Masselink, M., McCardell, I., McClary, S., McGuire, M., McGinnis, S., McLarlen, I., Milani, M., Minard, E., Murphy, C. Sixth row: Murtagh, I., Myers, I., Nybakken, L., 0'Hara, I., Piper, K., Ray, M., Rutledge, S., Schneider, S., Sonner, S. Bottom row: Stoltz, H., Thompson, D., Tolles, M., Vogel, I., Walker, I., Wallbridge, A., Wardecker, I., Woods, R., Youngberg, S. 304 Delta Gamma OFFICERS President .... MARY HAUER MILANI Vice-president . . . . MARILYN RAY Secretary . . MAXRTHA TOLLES Treasurer . ANN DATESMAN This year Delta Gamma captured beauty honors when Sue Rutledge was chosen Miss Perfect Profile and Iudy McLaren reigned over Homecoming activities as Dolphin queen. Activities ranked high too this year for Delta Gamma. The DGBS had 14 girls marching with the Scottish Highlanders, and Connie McClary, Io Barlow and Ma- rion Fetzer participated in Seals. Margie Hahn and Helen Stoltz were tapped for Mortar board and served as president and vice-president respectively of YWCA. Nan Borreson was a member of Alpha Lambda Delta and Gamma Alpha Chi. Margie Hahn was president of GAX. Mary Hauer Milani served on the Central Party com- mittee and was Panhellenic treasurer. Ma- donna McGuire vvas Iunior Panhellenic president, and Catherine Griflith was a member of Union board. Mary Goen's fa- ther, Dr. Donald Goen, was chosen SUI Dad of the Year for Dadis day. Delta Gamma's social activities were highlighted by Sunday evening parties with chili suppers and hayrack rides and Christmas and spring formals. just five more minutes ,til Gobel goes on. W, I -lil ,,-.f,.qg.: ,V -I . all rim, 1, i. "FQ, We . 1 . N ll r w H I, , .. 3 1-vb? if l f wtf' if 'Z f f .sl . 'ni 'Q 4 he . X 11? ' X 'K 4 iz: D li nv' we ff- rm ll , i f o , ,,, ll "fe F , gig. , ' L- . ff, .- 'rf -if 1 ,I-RK, 3 ,. . - ,V , agar +- iFi r""f ,2"" '51 . W 4' A' " 5 "4 .das as ,. f ' r 'ii ', ,,rf. 'iw qi' I so ,,, , - ' x llvm IFF- FI' I 11 vw.. XV. L fe F-3: 1 if ' W' I I -. Y -5 ,A , V x ' I fe' 'VI ' . fm 'W ' ,air 5- ar 'V S' T'- l J f I I-'ri' ,1 a v H-vi H , -fr X'-15-5-if if 'F . 'll' tr ' ""':'fI ""-'Sl br Iota ' Chapter D I .Vk 'Q' .gf 1 x ll I ,, I 753 "FQ l " I 5 35' iff' :F ' ' "P via- Q- 7-5, , ' I I ' ' U I I 'I I . :EQ V. gi7'Si1l'OEl.' Beatty, S., Bishop, I., Carpenter, N., Cronk, B., Dethmers, I., Dolezal, C., Ellingson, P., r1c , . Second row: Fernandez, E., Forbes, M., Freeman, C., Frost, I., Gregory, P., Goss, M., Hanclgartner, M., I-Iargrave, L. Third row: Harms, M., Harris, S., Hays, B., Helmke, P., Henry, M., Hoops, I., Iochumsen, A., Iohnson, B. l1i!?.1H'tl1 iow: Knight, R., Kratz, K., Kratzke, M., Little, D., Lyman, I., Mader, M., Martens, G., 1 er, . Fifth row: Miller, M., Moellering, M., Norgaard, I., Olson, I., Papadakes, A., Parks, S., Reese, I., Rollene, S., Shapiro, M. Botom row: Silva, P., Simon, E., Spillane, I., Vornholt, R., Wagner, C., Walter, K., Widmann, D., Wright, R., Zvacek, M. 306 Ha-sz' QL, , 1 x V rl Delta Zeta OFFICERS President . . . . BEVERLY CRONK Vice-president . . ELLEN FERNANDEZ Secretary . . . SANDRA HARRIS Treasurer . MARIAN SHAPIRO Delta Zeta meant scholarship, leadership and service throughout the year. Nola Car- penter was president of the Occupational Therapy club, and Karen Kratz was presi- dent of the Student Nurses organization. Connie Dolezal was vice-president of Alpha Lambda Delta, and two other DZ's Werel members. Bev Cronk was social chairman of Phi Gamma Nu, Barb Hays was pledge trainer of Alpha Kappa Gamma, and Mardi Zvacek was treasurer of the dental hygiene class. - fel- Tiff., Hal .. il I.. J ,H Erika Erich, Connie Dolezal and Mary lane Harms were on the YWCA cabinet. Miriam Forbes was vice-president of the WRA Hockey club, and Ellen Fernandez was WRA publicity chairman. Marian Sha- piro Was residence editor of the HAWKEYE, and she and Dorothy Widmann Worked on the Daily Iowan. Mona Knight Petty and Iackie Norgaard were in Highlanders. Bright spots in the DZ social season were the Christmas and Rose forrnals, a western party and the Mothers, day tea. wif,--4. i - , 'f'lr?ilffil ' 4 ' iTt5?'i?l??57 1 , ' 1' 1934131-Q !V""""f1'f j? 2.2 1 5-Tl' l Ji,-1 .-1, W -1 i L ' rr R it Q V V lil v J -I ' i The DZ's held a special 'l -. y cojtee hour for their fa- pll p thers after the Dadis day f football game. .ylH, l QT' 'U .'Q.,M,.e Ii. l 'S ' Q' V , W , 1 ,WK i ,- -f . F in Q E- 9' 'Q'-1- ,.- B . .Q -5 -Q 1 9? Qi i .ri V 5 ml- -. ' V '- - , . 'W' Y AT, ., -'55 - L. 1 5-21, .' bfi -A A ' .- - A vJ - - -4 . 4 who - . ...- . . .., D...laf5'Ei" 3? 1--ffl 'XXT1 ,YA -Q11--E.. -1 . .- - ll.-'.-'.,.-1 " Y -' . Q, , ' - ' . l' , , Q . Q.- -.., QQQQQ Q55 .,. -in QQ Z. . ,QQ Q Q. .Q Q Q E' Q A 1 VJ, Q Q 'A Q Q.n T I l?QQQQ ' , . Y R ,Q Qu, QQ . Q 'Q QQ il QL' Q .. , 'fl Q " 'Hu ' A VR' ix PH -A ' l ' 2 1 1-if l' 4757 , -W ' , A an All ' -WW '- - ""' 3 :-'W " h 2 QL .. ' fl Z' .4 '5' ,353 . 6' .. . 7.5. A - ., . 5' .j - . B. . 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' c Q ' r -- L ,Q Q , Q 11' , A S' J ' lf 4 51' 1 ' ' ' B' 4- me - Raine- : i. H .r . ' 'Q,Qg.- Q ' 1 ' . ' ggi' . zzz . V .l - . . 4 -if - -A M ' -A is 355 L ul , f 6 A " ' l Wifi? - I ' 7,1 , R 47. l l l ' ' 'I 574 l l gf-1 'H , V' 2 ww. ...Min . , , EP ' -A .. f 0 "QA ' Q." , xE,...5. l A . Q 'Q.XQ , V Q - A ff?" " QQ QQ A QQ , ' . 'QQ-Q . . - - A . I "-2-IB 3 . , JI' " - ' - ' ' " ' Q. , - .RfQ'1'.' -:. fl' F Q .i- .,.- ' Y H, 3 ig, -ijguc... VW A jr 4 134,--'.I. Anal '-'fir if LPM, ,-,lf .' ,- 'UZQVL I Rho Chapter Top row: Alllnee, P., Allison, C., Bacon, B., Barnes, N., Barrett, I., Barrels, C., Beer, B., Bcrner, A., Borts, D., Borts, M. ' Second row: Boyer, B., Brown, I., Broyles, B., Brubaker, M., Byllesby, S., Christie, P., Conover, D., Craft, A., Daine, D., Dibble, S. Third row: Distelhorst, A., Dolch., S., Eiten, A., Evans, M., Everingham, S., Fristeclt, V., Glass, V., Hagens, I., Hagens, V., Hartley, I. Fourth row: Iohannsen, S., Jones, S., Kutter, B., Lennon, C., Lutluans, N., Melchert, I., Menard, B., Merrill, M., Meyers, P., Miller, M. Page, N., Patrou, E., Pfander, D. VVormhouclt, S., WVood, I. F ifth row: Moody, E., Murray, S., O'l-Iarrow, M., Okerlin, K., Olsen, S., Olson, I., Paardekooper, K. 3 Bottom row: Recher, B., Ryun, K., Turner, B., Valy, C., Van Vliet, M., Williams, I., Work, B., 308 Gamma Phi Beta OFFICERS President . . . . MARYDALE NIERRILL Vice-president . . BARBARA BACON Secretary . . . KAY PAARDEKOOPER Treasurer . . ANN CRAFT Winning first prize among sororities for their Homecoming float, the Gamma Phiis were oil to another busy year. Marydale Merrill led the Scottish Highlanders, and Pat Hafner was feature drum dancer. Also backing the Hawks were cheerleader Elaine Patrou and twirler Ellen Moody. The Gamma Phi's were well represented in campus activities. They were active in Hawk-I Pep club, Seals, University chorus, YWCA and UWA committees. Three girls Worked on the I-IAWKEYE and Daily Iowan. Barbara Work belonged to Theta Sigma Phi. Pat Christie, Sue Murray and Kerin Okerlin as Profile Preview finalists, and Pat Meyers, Quadrangle attendant, brought beauty honors to the Gamma Phi's. The Winter and spring formals highlighted the social season. 0, B, ' 5 ar' alll Un' . rw, - g . e- 1 -' T 71. 'K The Gamma Phi's show their houseboys how a meal should be served. ' Crawford, S. 'Beta Ulnlcron ISLFCCEHLZ l'9rLU.' Doster, D., Eddy, M., Engdahl, K., Fashimpaur, I., Fitch, Z., Fitzgerald, S., Green, I., ar an, . Chapter Zhird row: Hebel, C., Henry, P., Hess, A., Hobart, M., Houg, E., Huber, N., Hugins, I., Iohnson Fourth row: Kohl, I., Larson, M., Larson, S., Martin, S., Massicr, M., McWilliams, V., Milota, M., Mogle, M. Fifth row: Montgomery, I., Murphy, M., Murrie, E., Parr, P., Porter, D., Reagan, I., Rehnberg, S., Ringo, R. Weih, N. Top row: Anderson, G., Baxter, M., Bootjer, K., Camp, K., Carlson, L., Coder, V., Crabbe, M., Bottom row: Rukgaber, A., Seberg, M., SiHTord, M., Spacck, B., Srodola, I., Tolforcl, N., Walters, I., sn Kappa Alpha Theta OFFICERS President . .... MARY SIFFORD Vice-president . . SALLY REHNBERG Secretary . . ELIZABETH Houc Treasurer . . SHERRY CRAWFORD The Kappa Alpha Thetais boasted many campus leaders this year. Sally Rehnberg was president of Mortar board, vice-presi- dent of UWA, secretary of the senior class and a Student Council member. Miriam Mogle and Sherry Crawford were on UWA councilg Miriam was chairman of the Pro- file Preview committee and Sherry was chairman of the student-faculty coffee hour committee. Iudy Fry was publicity chair- man for Profile Preview and Kay Bootjer was on UWA Freshman council. Nan Acheson was on YWCA cabinet and Iudy Reagan was on UWA orientation council. Mary Sifford was chairman of the Pan-' hellenic officers, training school committee, and Marge Crabbe was on Central Party committee, Ann Hess and Marilyn Baxter worked on WSUI. Four girls were in Seals, three in Orchesis and six in Highlanders. Nine Theta's worked on the HAWKEYE staff. . The Theta social season was highlighted by the winter formal, Silver Rhapsody, and the spring formal. Thetais and their dates exchange gifts at the Sil- ver Rhapsody formal. . rv 1. ,. ,f 1 59, f Q , ' 11 ,W , , , B ..uA-Q mlYGSlf"T-f -1 , . , -ff , : , 'i ,I-. ,,..,. -V ll' W ' . V , , 1 - - 1 - so Q. 1 2. I ii, , ' I ' P -A ' 1 -, k i., ,AQ , r I . .' ,- Nl" A X ,H Il' '-,' 1 ' "9 I Q , 4' ,J lx 4 I if , . I A -A l . AA,L:Lx': , J ,K , V xx K A ' '14 - A ' ll H 1 1 Mt 'l - ' lf 1 jf 1' L' r L 57 V l N, ., ,. V , .1 1 ' ,, .-,,,-,.. l -J-517, -N. 1 1 , -, , .. Jh- , G . 1111, we 'Wx Nil 'Q X 3 L A FW --.X ..,, PE? ' 'Tl -1 ini. 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Io SCHUMANN Receiving the Panhellenic scholarship cup vvas the beginning of another active year for the Kappais. School spirit was pro- moted by band majorette Ianet Walter, and several other Kappa's in Hawk-I Pep club. Fourteen girls participated in Highlanders and six in Seals. Kitty Holmes was on the YWCA Live Wire. Jean Albach was the publicity chair- man for YWCA and also in charge of swim- ming for the WRA. Freshman YWCA ad- viser, Dot Schwengel, was on the Orienta- tion council and in charge of WRA mixed volleyball. Alice Dalbey was the adviser to Iunior Panhellenic, and Sandy Seibert was the activities chairman for Panhellenic council. Donna McMahon and Dot Schwengel were on the Central Party committee. Iane Richter and Ianet Stanzel were active on Union board sub-committees. Kappa pledges work on Christmas table decora- tions. ,.-tggvqugp. -S, , ' if -A 3 rf...-N I ' I f TZ? I -ml Top row: Allen, I., Anderson, I., Andrews, A., Barrett, I., Betz, S., Bruflat, D., Buckroyd, B., Bul lock, I., Burger, C., Chalfin, T. Iota Zeta iisecond Irouiz: Ciiruie, Clgaver, S., Cocldington, S., DaFoe, C., Donahue, M., Dow, D., Essex, A. wers, ., arre , ., les, . Chapter Third row: Fischer, S., Flatley, M., Frudenfeld, K., Green, C., Guy, S., Hagen, I., Hancher, M. Hansen, C., Havenhlll, I., Henderson, C. Fourth row: Hopkins, I., Hunt, V., Hunter, M., Iohnson, C., Keaton, M., Kirby, C., Lear, M. Maurer, M., Mcllrath, I., Milnes, V. Fifth row: Moore, B., O'Brien, M., Papke, I., Parker, B., Peterson, K., Piper, S., Pollock, P., Reed quist, I., Redenbaugh, I., Rinker, I. I., VanGinkel, K., Watkins, A. Bottom row: Rodhouse, N., Rose, I., Shiley, I., Shinn, S., Sippel, N., Sutton, K., Taylor, K., Tyler Pi Beta Phi OFFICERS President ...... SANDRA BETZ Vice-president . . . . SUE PIPER Secretary . . . CAROL BURGER Treasurer . BARBARA PARKER The Pi Phi's started the year off by win- ning the grand prize in the Homecoming Hoat competition. The Hoat was made in cooperation with the Phi Gamma Delta,s. Pi Phi's participated in many campus activities. Cecilia Kirby was secretary of the Hawk-I Pep club, and Iean Mclirath served on the Currier New Student council. Dorothy Dow and Cecilia Kirby were on YWCA cabinet, and Sue Guy, Ioan Shiley and Ginger Hunt were members of WRA board. Ten Pi Phi's marched with the Highlanders, four were in Seals and five in Orchesis. ' Pi Phi beauties included Marigrace O,BfiGH, Miss SUI attendant, and Karlen Sutton, Dolphin queen attendant. The Winter formal, a Christmas buffet supper and the spring formal were the out- standing social events. "Ever played bridge before? 3 ,4' 5-4 1 413' x 'Egg-f X N-44' -nav .4-?'7'-f -J gf as ,AQ H., - 1 In a n 14: Ml 07 ,Je ,Al Pl' Chapter Top row: Coquillette, Mrs., Blot, E., Chapman, L., Cohen, E., Conn, L., Dunitz, T., Ettirnger, I., Falk, M., Ferdinand, I. I Green, E., Green, P., Halt, P. Third row: Iacobson, C., Iacobson, R., Ioseph, I., Kaminkowitz, G., Katelman, H., Klein, S., Kozlen R., Krantman, R., Kunilc, B. Fourth row: Kunik Hx Liebman S.' Li kowitz, S., Manvitz, H., Manvitz, R., Marbleslone, E., Mil- ler, S., Morris, M., ,Nadler, S. l y P Fifth row: Olcholf, I., Glesker, R., Paperny, B., Passer, L., Rapoport, I., Rawson, C., Rosen, B. Rotman, I., Ruben, P. Bottom row: Samberg, R., Schwartz, L., Selarow, D., Shapiro, S., Siegel, I., Sirota, E., Sokoloi, F. Stein, I., Waldinge1', I., Warshawsky. I. 'F' f.w.,,J N-4 Second row: Frank, A., Frankel, B., Ginsberg, B., Goldberg, San., Goldberg, Shar., Gottner, G., Sigma Delta Tau OFFICERS President . .... JUNE ROTMAN Vice-president . . IRENE WALDINGER Secretary . . JEANETTE SIEGEL Treasurer . . TOBY DUNITZ The SDT's won the national award for chapter improvement last year and deter- mined to work for the achievement award this year. Ioan Warshawsky was president of Hillel, and many of the girls were council mem- bers. June Rotman was Panhellenic social chairman, and Pauline Ruben was a Profile Preview committee chairman. Marilyn Falk was president of WHA, and Toby Dunitz was Panhellenic delegate to Student Council. In the field of journalism, Grace Kaminkowitz was assistant city editor of the Daily Iowan, managing editor of the I-IAWKEYE, in Theta Sigma Phi, and Gam- ma Alpha Chi. Sandi Miller, I-IAWKEYE of- fice manager, was also a GAX member. Donna Sclarow was I-IAWKEYE volume edi- tor, and Carol Rawson, Iune Rotman, Sally Klein and Irene Waldinger were on the copy staff. Included in the SDT social calendar were the Yard and a I-Ialf party, the pledge prom, spring formal and many open houses and exchanges. jill Stein crowns the win- ner of the best costume contest at the SDT Yard and a Half party. All no-f 'Q , 'rv-J 3 L-an "I: .1434 Yryf ,INRI- hvd 'QS- no 'ws- N-U fm- 7? Top row: Teasdale, Mrs., Bechpol, I., Doyle, 1.5 Dull, A., Erger, I.g Evans, M., Frundle, S. Awla Olnicfgfl Second row: Fymbo, C.g Fymbo, I., Hartman, S., Johnson, M.g Jones, M., Jorgensen, G., Lang, I Chapter Thzrd row: M3CNlSh, N., McVay, M.g Mlles, M., Nuckols, Parsons, S.g Pratt, S., Rezmchek, A Fourth row: Rittenmeyer, I., Schmidt, K., Sentman, I., Shorey, L., Spain, M., Sturdevant, B.g Swan- son, S. Bottom row: Taves, D., Taylor, 1.5 Taylor, M., Trachta, I., Willits, B., Wilson, B. Zeta Tau Alpha OFFICERS President . . . . ANITA RJZZNICHEK Vice-president . . IOANNE LANG Secretary . . . Io FYMBO Treasurer . KAREN SCHMIDT The Zeta Tau Alpha social year was highlighted by the Founders' day celebra- tion, a hayrack party, the Christmas for- mal, a Christmas party and the Hobo Hearts party, given by the pledges. Zeta Tau Alpha members participated in various campus activities throughout the year. Io Fymbo was the executive adviser of the I-Iavvlc-I Pep club, and Ian Trachta was executive secretary of Student Council. Peggy Nuckols was in several university plays, including "Never Ending Frontieru and "Mrs, McThing.,' Twelve Zeta's were in the pep club. Mary Beth Taylor Was in Highlanders and the symphony orchestra. Zeta was represented on the HAWKEYE staff, the Daily Iowan, chorus, Spanish club, band, Home Eco- nomics club and Freshman Y. Several girls were big sisters to the children in the Hos- pital School for Severely Handicapped Children. The Zetcfs gather around their Christmas tree. t'Dump-da-dump- clump," and the heav- enly scent of 400 chopped-up baby or- chids-and the DZ campaign for Miss SUI marclied on. an 1-I r:!""-V Most Popular Man on Campus-the mailman! - , ":L1l1':gg 'N-gg .ax Sometimes a gal just wonders Lf Lt s worth Lt all , ly- YQ-3! FRATIZRNITIES XM XVYXX 355 .-,, age 1- ga 'wa as: lnterfraternity Council OFFICERS FRANK SCHWENGEL President A jnvi CooNEY Vice-president JIM I-IoUsER Secretary-Treasurer Interfraternity council, composed of the presidents of the 19 social fraternities, is the coordinating body for the SUI fraternity system. Interfraternity court, which con- sists of a chief justice and seven judges selected from the fraternity ranks, provides a judiciary board within the fraternity system. The lnterfraternity ball, featuring the music of Henry Brandon, was held jan. 19 at the Iowa Memorial union. The high point of the evening came at the crowning oi the Interfraternity queen, Sue McBride, and her four at- tendants, Karlen Sutton, Bev Baker, Nancy Beier and Flo Tanty. IFC projects for the year included a party at the Union for crippled children and a canvass of Iowa City for Com- munity chest contributions. Seated: Kapenstein, Irag Houser, Iamesg Schwengcl, Frankg Grimm, Williamg Cooney, Iames. Standing: Milani, Iamesg Starner, Rogerg Catt, Bruccg Kerf, Thomasg Gleich- man, Dickg Kobliska, Ronaldg Sherk, Kennethg Ottens, Nateg Anderson, Wil- liamg Iverson, Davidg jones, Lowellg Steele, Williamg Hunn, Iackg Cohn, Edward. Interfraternit Pled e Council p.l'T"1' Seated: Roeder, Donald: Newman, Edg Sliadle, Stcveg Newsome, Iamesg Ha- gan, Iohng Whitmore, Mikey Valassiades, Iohng johnson, Robert. Standing: Douglas, Art, Mears, Garyg Musmaker, Patg Prichard, Wayneg Nelson, Normung Garrison, Robertg Curtis, Georgeg Zuber, Carrollg Hall, Iohng Seidenfeld, Eddieg Collin, Paul. Interfraternity Pledge council's major project this year was a party given at the johnson County home just be- fore Christmas vacation. Each pledge class contributed toward a high-fidelity radio-phonograph combination which the council gave to the home. The Interfraternity Pledge formal was held Feb. ll in the main lounge of the Iowa Memorial union. Ann Berner reigned as Interfraternity Pledge queen. The pledge class presidents of the 19 social fraternities make up the lnterfraternity Pledge council. It met Weekly with Miss Helen Reich, assistant director of student af- fairs, Mr. Waldo Geiger, auditor of student organizations, and Mr. Paul Grifleth, fraternity adviser. OFFICERS IAMES N EWSOME President JOHN HAGAN Vice-president MICHAEL WHITMORE Secretary STEVE SHADLE Treasurer fd 5--F I--:"'f" T' Top row.' Tracy, Mrs., Boeke, P., Carlson, E., Christensen, N., Denz, F. il' rout.- iq I If ,-.1-3151: Y .-'f,yiN l'3 " " , .J ' " l f l ff f .jr - 1. W 'lu K Iowa Second row.' Haubrock, L., Henderson, W., Hollander, W., Koerner, D., Meythaler, H. Third row: Nelson, .Ig Ottens, N., Pease, I., Papadakes, N., Rubottom, R. Chapter Bottom row.' Schimmelpfennig, H., Schnormeier, T., Thomas, A., Valassiacles, I., Waller, W. ,-,. ,,.v.,-7,-rg: Y Acacia OFFICERS President . . . l"IAL SCHIMMELPFENNIG Vice-president . . WILLIAM HENDERSON Secretary . . WILLIAM VVALLER Treasurer . . LARRY :HAUBROCK Acacians pointed with pride to the "Fu- ture Home ol Acacia" sign prominently dis- played on the site they and their alumni purchased on Ellis street. Construction of a large modern-design chapter house will begin in the near future. In addition to their year of concentrated Work on the building project, Acacians found time for a busy social schedule organ- ized by Nate Ottens. Acacians held their annual Christmas dance and spring Acacia Sweetheart :formal along with monthly in- l formal parties. Ed Carlson served as vice-president of the college of pharmacy senior class. Dick Rubottom played in marching band and Ted Schnormeier in concert band. lack Pease was assistant sports editor of the Daily I owan. Howard Meythaler served on a Union board subcommittee. The best booth trophy for the 1954 Campus Carni- val was displayed on the Acacia mantle- piece. I An evening of fun-liill- billy style. ' l 'ETF'- S.l.,,,,,v ...J fa- G -A ' 4 'J l 3 ,aus 'ul Iota Ujosilon Chapter Top row: Deutsch, Mrs Drucker, S. , if. ,gi Bailen, H., Blitz, R., Bockman, S., Boroeholl, I., Caplan, G., Cohen, L., Second row: Fein, I., Feinberg, L., Fish, I., Friedman, M., Fuskee, I., Galex, M., Carlin, L., Gell- man, E. Third row: Goldberg, S., Goldschmidt, D., Goldstein, I., Gore, A., Harris, L., Kapenstein, I., Koenig, M. , Leavitt, H. Fourth row: Levene, B., Litvack, S., Mason, I., Press, R., Rich, S., Rosene, R., Rosenfeld, S. Bottom row: Schwartz, W., Seidenfeld, E., Sirinsky, L., Steinberg, W., Thomas, M., Wisott, R., Wolf, H. 326 Alpha Epsilon Pi OFFICERS President ...... IRA KAPENSTEIN Vice-president . . . HOWARD WOLF Secretary . . . IERRY FEIN Treasurer . . D1cK WISOTT Alpha Epsilon Pi began a successful year by winning the scholarship trophy for the preceding year. Ierry Fein and Irving Boro- chofl were members of Phi Eta Sigma, and Fein received the AFROTC scholarship award. Sheldon Rosenfeld and Dan Goldschmidt were active in Young Democrats while Howie Wolf was a member of Young Re- publicans. Bob Blitz, an announcer at WSUI, was a member of the IFC public relations committee, headed by Ira Kapen- stein, Kapenstein was wire and city editor of the Daily Iowan and vice-president of the Associated Students of Iournalism. Sig- ma Delta Chi claimed Kapenstein and Ar- nie Gore, who was secretary of the junior class of journalism and Associated Press wirephoto technician. Sandy Litvack was an orientation leader and member of the Daily Iowan staff. The AEPi social season was highlighted by the Homecoming party, Night on Broadway, pledge prom, spring formal and several open houses. ' Bob Blitz entertains at the AEPi Night on Broadway party. -.1-. . H. -N..-3 Delta Beta Chapter Top row: Yetter, Mrs., Barlow, C., Beam, I., Blinks, E., Clark, D., Doane, G., Foster, D., Fountain, W. Second row: Goeldner, A., Gustafson, R., Hampton, D., Harvey, R., Hayes, H., Heningcr, R., jones, M., Kline, D. Third row: Kobliska, R., Koons, D., Larson, R., Millar, R., Moranvillc, D., Neubauer, I., Olson, I., Olson, R. Bottom row: Rile, R., Robb, A., Smith, I., Spoof, R., Stamp, M., Vanllirlc, F., Wait, I., Walters, L. 328 Alpha Tau Omega OFFICERS President . .... RON KOBLISKA Vice-president . . RALPH I-IENIGER Secretary . . . RICHARD OLSON Treasurer . LYMAN WALTER Social activities at the Alpha Tau Omega house got under way early in the year with numerous exchanges, costume parties, in- formal get-to-gethers and formals. High- lighting these events were the Hard Times party, the Roman party, Club Tau and the spring formal. Activity-wise ATO's included Ron Kob- lislca who served on the Union Board post- game committee and was an orientation leader. Marketing club members were Dave ,. ,'.,: - ,P . 5, Kline, Richard Olson and Lyman Walter. Jim Smith was on Union Board, served as circulation manager of the Transit and was program chairman for the Pontoniers. Participating in the SUI band Were Don Koons and Dave Kline. Ed Blinks was vice- president of Pi Sigma Alpha and served on Interfraternity court. Dave Moranville was a member of Delta Sigma Pi, and Bob Lar- son belonged to the Pershing Rifles. .jr ATO's and Alpha Xi's combined efforts on their Homecoming float. Ahnha Beta Chapter Top row: Hammill, Mrs., Amesbury, I., Anderson, B., Ankrurn, D., Beightol, R., Berger, F., Beukcl- man, P., Block, D., Braley, C. Second row: Broderson, E., Brokman, R., Camamo, I., Carr, T., Curtis, G., Daley, G., Davis, I., Dessinger, M., Eibel, I. Third row: Ellison, G., Fenton, A., Fleming, I., I-lalbach, D., l-Iolleran, B., Honeywell, L., Howard R., Iaeger, I., Iorgenson, S. Fourth row: Iorgenson, T., Kerwin, I., Lewis, A., Linihan, W., McKinney, D., Miller, I., Neighbor T., Neslund, G., Pauly, R. Bottom row: Priebe, L., Reynolds, A., Roth, K., Sassen, D., Schwengel, F., Smith, H., Swanson, D. Thomas, W., Von Dresky, G., White, D. Beta Theta Pi OFFICERS President ..... FRANK SCHWENGEL Vice-president . . DICK BEIGHTOL Secretary . . . ART REYNOLDS Treasurer . KEITH ROTH The 1954-55 school year found Beta Theta Pi active in sports, service and school and social affairs. George "Binky" Broeder captained the football team and another Hawkeye, Kenny Ploen, made a name for himself during the 1954 football season with his outstanding play. The football team claimed another Beta, Iim Willett, as a member of the squad. Larry Honeywell and Ploen represented the house on the basketball team. In the spring Beta Ron Capps co-captained the baseball team. ' Among the Beta's active in campus or- ganizations was Frank Schwengel, presi- dent of IFC. With Chi Omega, the Beta's float won the beauty award in the Homecoming pa- rade. The annual Barn party in October, the Christmas and spring formals and the Bow- ery Brawl were among the Beta parties dur- ing the year. A shot, a scream, and even the boys at the bridge table turn to see what's going on. '.!-iff? H f Vgi First row: Plieffer, Mrs., Anderson, G., Buenneke, R., Caslavka, L., Calvert, M., Docrr, S., Frost, I I-01,00 Second row: Goodwin, I., I-Ierteen, I., Hunting, E., Iverson, D., Icwctt, F., Lungren, D., Maxwell, G Third row: Mears, G., Millhacm, W.g Oakley, B., Pohle, I., Pritchett, L., Robey, D. Chapfgf Bottom row: Sheely, I., Shinkle, T., Slocum, R., Springer, D., Thompson, R., Kimball. Delta Chi y u OFFICERS President ...... DAVID IVERSON Vice-president . . MARVIN CALVERT Secretary . . . Bow PRITCHETT Treasurer . GARY ANDERSON The Delta Chi fraternity started the 1954-55 year by Winning the sweepstakes trophy and Hrst place in the fraternity divi- sion in the Homecoming parade. Campus oflices kept all members very busy. Marvin Calvert Was president of Theta Tau. Bow Pritchett was on IFC court, an orientation leader and on a Cen- tral Party sub-committee. Stan Doerr, lim l-lerteen and Jim Sheely represented the Delta Chi,s in the University chorus. Brice "Casey" Oakley was a reporter on the Daily Iowan. Terry Shinkle and Pritchett were co-sports editors of the HAWKEYE. ln the sports department, Gary Anderson was a member of the varsity tennis team. Richard Slocum and Dave Springer were on the freshman fencing squad, and Oakley represented the fraternity on the golf course. The ,49er party in December was the major social event of the year. I Crowded quarters at the Delta Chi '49er party. '-o-4 lf ,Bal i -...,,,, lv-JV' F... lx, , U, .- Aa 1. Omicron Chapter -'ff Q l .ofgizl l , H LI, Y A W It ,Fr ,, W' I E, ff' Q 1..- Q1 Top row: Birdsall, Mrs., Anderson, C., Bateson, R., Berry, R., Bills, R., Brown, D., Burke, T., Burket, I., Carlsten, P. Second row: Casey, K., Chapman, A., Cutright, I., Dalton, T., Dockendorfl, I., Dowd, D., Fuller, D., Gow, I., Hansen, Robt. Third row: Hansen, Rol., Harker, G., Hover, H., Heldridge, R., I-lepner, I., Hulme, S., Ienscn, D., Ioy, M., Kaster, I. IZQ?iz:Il1IEozLf.- Keehn, R., Kennedy, I., Kipf, R., Kregel, I., Krumboltz, D., Laughery, I., Lewis, G., ax", . Fifth row: Marple, C., McKnight, I., Mendenhall, R., Mitchell, R., Musmaker, P., Nelson, D., Nordquist, G., Polton, D. Bottom row: Seitz, I., Sherk, D., Sherk, K., Smart, R., Stanard, I., Volpp, L., Young, M., Zunkel, W. 334 Delta Tau Delta OFFICERS President . ..... KEN SHERK Vice-president . . DoN BROWN Secretary . . . MARK JOY Treasurer . HAROLD I-IAVER The Delta Tau Delta year began with the induction of 20 pledges during formal rush. Pledges and actives alike distin- guished themselves in all phases of campus activities. lim Kaster and lim McKnight were on Orientation council. Don Sherk Was presi- dent oi Freshman Y. Dean Polton was on Student Council and Central Party com- mittee. The Delts had four members in band and another four on the HAWKEYE copy staff. Dick Hansen was president of the sophomore pharmacy class, and Iohn a 'PP-R Dockendorff was president of the freshman engineers. Wes Harker was one of three finalists in the Most Eligible Bachelor on Campus contest of 1954. Tom Dalton in track, Dockendorff in gymnastics, Carl Anderson in tennis and Peer Hegg in freshman basketball brought honor to the Delts in athletics. The Delt year was rounded out by social functions, Hellas Holiday, the French party and the Winter and spring formals. 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'A,',:- . ff P ' ' ,gi ' 5 Af'- A' , ' ' W ' 4 N f' I ' ' , si A V ' V ' ' A A A T A ' A "1EUfFYLi'ii'T' " -vi fr" ' '-' ,TT Y PM V "WT7ji1?"'W' 'TDNTIIFS-'T"" 'I',,P?f-' " 1 l'f:- ' ' if AEP- I ,A -. i,,A ,., , 5. .AVFV V, A. V A.. L. -VV A. V ,l , , ,,- 3 . V VVP, ,AA . V 'VI V .-, , V ,, M HQ i f . I .574 'A 'AA , i A ' ' iv A '+R '-" 'P X - 'Z' . . ' A A ' ' A' ' 5 A .. . AA , A, , . AA . A S E. 5 ' ... .A A' . , 1 ., A-QA .P . A 'S' I 1 ' '. Adi T ' ' A...+1 i i A 'M rl.. so " . Vi V V xx ' V ,i ,VV ,V A' V . V A V A 'X,VV ' V A A Am At A 1 ' I As . .An A A ' A ' Iowa Chapter Top row: Ablard, R., Anderson, I., Ashline, I., Barquist, E., Bell, I., Bonson, R., Bostrom, G., Boyle, D., Caldwell, D., Cass, W. Second row: Collison, I., Courier, L., Curran, W., Dahlgren, P., Davis, Rex, Davis, Russ, Douglas, A., Dowd, R., Filseth, H., Folbreeht, F. Third row: Goss, P., Gutz, I., Hamilton, T., Harrell, W., Hinson, D., Hoglan, V., Hopkins, Hunn, T., Hutchinson, M., Irwin, R. Fourth row: Iohannsen, S., Iohnson, C., Kellor, L., Klinglc, R., Landcss, R., Leighty, T., Levis, Lynch,-D., Madison, D., McKay, T. Fifth row: Mead, W., Mendon, G., Miller, D., Miller, W., Offenhurger, T., Pattie, P., Peterson, Petersen, A., Phillips, R., Potts, D. Sixth row: Rauhaus, R., Robey, G., Scalise, L., ShafTer, R., Spring, R., Spurgeon, K., Stokely, Thielen, M., Treadway, G. Bottom row: Turner, F., Upton, R., Von Laven, W., Watson, R., Weaver, A., Welch, P., West, Whitney, R., Wiese, I. R., IA, B T R., '1 -1 336 Delta Upsilon OFFICERS President . . .... JACK HUNN Vice-president . . DENNIS MILLEP. Secretary . . WAYNE MEAD Treasurer . TOM MCKAY The SUI fieldhouse was a second home for many Delta Upsilon members Who participated in various campus sport activi- ties. Carroll Iohnson was a member of the football squad. Art Weaver, lim Bell and Bud Peterson were in swimming. 4Bob Bring was in fencing, and Tom Stokely, lim Wiese and Pete Goss were in baseball. 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Eschman, G., Fowler, I. , Buising, R., Burnett, I., Carstenson, R., Cummings, M., Davies, T., Dun- Third row: Gilman, H., Green, I., Hays, L., Henderson, B., Holt, Nl., flrlornaday, R., Horner, C., Hubbard, I., Iensen, G., Iones, R. Fourth row: Keefe, P., KeneHck, T., Kerf, T., Kiger, R., Kirtley, W., Klontz, H., Krohn, G., Lanson, I., Lux, I., Manly, W. Fifth row: Mariner, G., McClain, I., McConnell, I., McLaughlin, I., McSorley, R., Newsome, I., Noll, B., Novotny, G., Parker, P., Pederson, R. Sixth row: Percival, I., Petersen, D., Pierson, I., Prall, D., Robinson, L., Roush, D., Roush, R., Ryan, I., Sheldon, R., Sutton, F. Bottom row: Teasdale, R., Thoreson, R., Traverse, I., VanNess, C., White, R., Williams, I., Wylder, R., Yager, R., Youngblood, R., Zirbel, R. 338 Phi Delta Theta OFFICERS President ...... THOMAS KERF Vice-president . . . A THOMAS ADAMS Secretary . . . MARSHALL ENGELBECK Treasurer . . JAMES GREEN The Buckaroo party, held in October, the winter and spring formals, and the Mi- ami Triad highlighted the social events for the Phi Delta Theta 1954-55 year. Outstanding Phi Delt football players were lim Freeman and Don Inman. lim McConnell, Bob Buising and Larry Hays were members of the freshman basketball team.. Other Phi Delt athletes included var- sity tennis players Dale Bjurstrom, Tom Adams and Mike Cummings and golfer Herb Klontz. Marshall Holt was a member of Union Board, and Tom Kerf served as co-editor of Fraternities at Iowa, a new publication. Also active in campus organizations were Marshall Holt as vice-president of the sen- ior class and Jim Newsome, IPPC president. The Phi Delts were also represented on Union board sub-committees. Pale lights and soft mu- sic at the Phi Deli Dream Girl formal. .4 V V," --2' .A I A 'V M 1 -Il nil -eff lx '-.fd ii. .-ab ,,..-'f -on 'adi- -2 'J' -J .4- Top row: Sands, Mrs., Bailin, C., Barmish, L., Berenstein, M., Braverman, R., Brin, B., Brody, E., A1 Chudacofll, N., Cohn, E., Davidson, A. Phd Beta Second row: Dunitz, S., Elman, 1., Engman, L., Engman, S., Farber, R., Gelfand, 1., Gellman, E., Ginsberg, S., Hausman, A., Holland, D. Chapter Thircl row: Hollander, 1., Kaiman, P., Karl, E., Kozlen, 1., Lipsbutz, S., Lubin, D., Marten, M., Morris, H., Newman, E., Newman, G. Fourth row: Pearlman, A., Pesses, S., Popofsky, M., Riclwrcls, S., Robinson, H., Rollman, B., Rosen, M., Rosenbaum, C., Rosenberg, R. CEE.. ..flb37m'm Spivak, M., Stein, N. book, F., Wolfe, A., Zessar, NI. Fifth row: Rovner, A., Rubin, G., Seidcnfcld, L., Shine, B., Shulkin, E., Smith, G., Spector, A., Bottom row: Stern, 1., Stone, S., Tapper, M., Waxenberg, A., Wcinclrucb, I-I., WClHg21l'l, S., White- 340 Phi Epsilon Pi OFFICERS President ...... EDWARD COHN Vice-president . . STANLEY RICHARDS Secretary . . CHARLES ROSENBAUM Treasurer . . . JACK STERN For the second consecutive year Phi Ep- silon Pi Hnished second in fraternity schol- arship, with the mid-semester pledge class Winning the pledge scholarship trophy. Al Waxenherg was captain of cheerlead- ers, Allan Rovner was chief justice of Inter- fraternity court and Iohn Elrnan was on Central Party committee. Arnie Wolfe was on Student Council. In sports, Bob Stein was a varsity swim- 33' Dih mer, and Chuck Bailin went out for tennis. Al Hausman was in Phi Eta Sigma, Lar- ry Popofsky in forensics and Norm Stein worked at WSUI. Sam Pesses was vice- president of Hawk-I Pep club. The Homecoming party, Anything Goes at the Phi Ep Nursery, the pledge Prom, Bop party and spring formal were features of the Phi Ep's social activities. S Construction begins on ' the Phi Ep-SDT Home- coming float. J 34I i Mu Deuteron Chapter Top row: Harker, Mrs., Adams, W., Adamson, G., Asper, R., Billings, P., Blanforcl, T., Bolton, R. Brown, R., Burton, W., Canady, R. Second row: DuBois, D., Frandson, C., Fry, R., Fuhr, R., Fuhr, D., George, R., Golinvaux, L Hawthorne, L., Hicks, R., Nindos, D. Third row: Hutton, R., Iensen, M., Iones, L., Iusten, P., Kelly, W., Killcbrew, R., Kincaid, D Koch, H., Kohlhaas, P., Kress, G. Miller, T., Mullahey, E., Neu, R. Purdum, I., Rallensperger, P., Roberts, T., Rolingcr, R. i Stelley, I., Swift, I., Thoms, S., Uhles, I. L Bottom'row: Walters, R., Wasac, I., Welter, N., Whitmore, M., Widner, R., Wicgmann, R., Wilkc R., Wilson, I., Winder, I., Wormley, T. Fourth row: Lamar, L., Leon, T., Losen, L., Lyons, L., Malcolm, R., Hutton, B., lVlcCardell, E ' ' a Fifth row: Oberbroeckling, R., Page, I., Pennington, K., Pickering, T., Pierson, W., Pappajohn, S , Sixth row: Ryan, I., Sackett, I., Schoeller, R., Seaherg, W., Scttlcineyer, Robt., Setllemeyer, Rich , Phi Gamma Delta OFFICERS President .... V . . LOWELL IONES Treasurer . . . . HERMANN KOCH Recording Secretary . . ROGER WIEGMANN Corresponding Secretary . PHILLLP KOHLHAAS Phi Gamma Delta was represented on campus publications this year by Herm Koch who was business manager of the I-IAWKEYE and a Daily Iowan copyreader. Two first place trophies in the Home- coming float competition were won by the group, and several members were active in campus activities. Soc Pappajohn was a member of Union board, assisted on sub- committees by Russ Widner and Charles Frandson. Lowell Iones, Phil Kohlaas and Doug Fuhr were on the executive council of the Hawk-l Pep club. Football claimed Roger Wiegmann and Ken Meek, and Bill Burton participated in track. Bob George, Lester Hawthorne and Bill Seaberg were on the basketball team. Gene Adamson and Herm Koch were active in fencing, Ed Mullahey in swimming and Bud lVlcCardell in golf. Baseball players were Merle Iensen, Ralph Walters, Haw- thorne and Bob Miller. The Grass Skirt party was one of several social events. c -'uv - -- v-' 4- 13---W -i The crowd gathered at the Phi Gam house be- fore the IFC formal. -ls1 Jxf fd' .,,-f , .af -0 ,Y l ve , 5-9, -Q' Delta Chapter Top row: Bierschloaeh, D.5 Bierschloach, R.5 Christensen, R.5 Cooney, 1.5 Dahnk, D.5 Davis, R Dorfner, W.5 Dwyer, T. Second row: Estes, Z.5 Gollz, R.5 Gyorog, D., Hoyer, W.5 1ansen, 1.5 Knudson, C.g Krapll, P LeBron, L. Third row: Leonard, L.5 Mead, 1.5 Miller, F.5 Mitchell, 1.5 Morris, B.5 Ryan, 1.5 Salva, D., Scanlon, R Bottom row: Sinek, F.5 Speidel, T.5 Streit, M.5 Sullivan, 1.5 Underhill, 1.5 Valentine, R.5 Walton, D Welp, 1.5 Willey, 1. Phi Kappa OFFICERS President ...... JAMES COONEY Vice-president . . ZAN12 ESTES Secretary . . . DONALD SALVA Treasurer . . RAY BIERSCI-IBACH This year the Phi Kappa's arranged a successful social season with dinner ex- changes, faculty dinners and the pledge I-Iallowe'en costume party. The annual Christmas and spring forrnals were the chapter's hig dances of the year. Iames Cooney was social and rushing chairman for IFC and served on the Mili- tary hall committee. The Phi Kap's were represented on the athletic teams with Don Salva on the foot- ball squad, Frank Miller on the fencing team and Larry Leonard on the swimming YGEITII. Larry Leonard was master of ceremonies for the Dolphin show, and Bill Hoyer Was president of SUI's hand. Boh Scanlon, Hoyer, Bolo Garrison and Salva were mem- hers of IFC committees. ,sv-.,,ys' U" ' Frequent exchange din- ners brightened the Phi Kap social calendar. Iowa AQJha Chapter 'N was Top row: Anderson, R., Bane, R., Barber, R., Barber, I., Bartlett, P., Bowen, I., Brown, W., Carl R., Carver, R. Second row: Clements, W., Comer, I., Cook, R., Cox, P., Dick, R., Dougherty, I., Elder, H., Ewers T,, Fliekinger, R. Hatfield, W. Lichty, I., Milani, I. Rieck, D., Sealy, I. Wilson, D., Wilson, F, Third row: Fox, D., Galiher, I., Guthrie, R., Hagen, R., I-Iargilt, R., I-larl, I., Hass, A., I-Iattery, I., Fourth row: Herbreehtmeyer, W., Hol, C., Holman, W., Honsell, A., Iens, K., Kemp, H., Leif, A., Fifth row: Miner, I., Neiby, C., O'Donnell, M., Ollenburg, M., Pabst, M., Piper, N., Price, I., Bottom row: Smith, I., Smith, R., Thompson, G., Thomson, P., Tucker, T., Warren, C., Weber, I., Phi Kappa Psi OFFICERS President ....... IIM MILANI Vice-president . . DICK Cooic Secretary . . BILL HOLMAN Treasurer . . IIM SEALY Campus offices and activities kept Phi Kappa Psi members busy during the year. Paul Bartlett was president of Union Board and lim Dougherty, Bill Holman and lim Sealy served on Union board subcommit- tees. Ierry Hargitt was assistant editor of Sports Information service and was a Daily Iowan copyreader. Iim Weber was on the debate team. Athletics ranked high on the Phi Psi extra-curricular activities list. Varsity foot- ball was played by Iohn Smith and Stan Davis and Gary Thompson, Iim Crabbe and Doug Whitehead We-re on the fresh- man football team. Jim Milani was president of the senior class, and Streeter Shining presided over Igclub. The Winter and spring formals and the Iefl Duo topped the Phi Psi social agenda. The Phi Psiis held a buf- fet supper after the Dad's day football game. -"F" .J "7 4 , .3 Q! -Q-'Pg sis --sf X X- -nf Xi! p- 'fv- N99 fTI'7' ras Top row: Anderson, VV.: Beals, G.' Beckman Rn Beckman I.g Bellinger Rn Brown l' ' 5 D Y Y l ! l I' Ph, Second row: Carter, I.g Ferguson, R.g Frudenfcld, 1.3 Gruver, N.g Guth, D.g Hartung, G. Third row: Keiper, R.g Kessler, T.g Lundquist, W.g Neslcr, T.g Porter, P.g Raecker, I. Chapfef Bottom row: Rindcrknecht, N.g Rose, D.g Rouse, W.g Thudium, G.g Wherry, D.g Zuber, C. Phi Kappa Sigma OFFICERS President ..... WILLIAM ANDERSON Vice-president . . ROBERT FERGUSON Secretary . . JAMES CARTER Treasurer . DON RosE Activity - minded Phi Kappa Sigma's started the year by participating in the new student orientation program. Acting as leaders were lim Raecker, Don Rose, Wayne Rouse and lim Carter. The Waterfront party, Pirate party, spring and Winter formals, plus many ex- changes Were included on the social calen- dar. During Homecoming, members held a reception for their alumni. Bill Anderson, Raeclcer, Don Guth and Tom Nesler were active in Young Republi- cans. Norman Rinderknecht and Dick Bel- linger were in Phi Eta Sigma. Regis Har- rington Was assistant area commander of Pershing Rifles. Carroll Zuber and Bob Keiper were on the freshman baseball team. Bob Beckman was on a Union board sub- committee. Phi Kappa Sigma at SUI meant scholar- ship, social life and service throughout the year to the members. l r Phi Kappa Sigis and their dates made a big night out of the Waterf1'ont party. .-Lv gl 4 ,fs gn- Top row : BU1'l4l'lEl!'t, Mrs., Gamma Nu Deighton, R., Derdall, I. ell, I., James, R. ,qs-' -'B Baker, R., Bartsch, D., Buechle, G., Bnmtcn, R., Coquillette, R., Cress, R., Second row: Dom, R., Engelloy, I., Filter, W., Fitzgerald, D., Freed, D., Greene, G., Goflf, D., How- Chapter Third row: Kinne, M., Linde, M., Mattes, D., May, D., McCauley, R., McGuire, I., Meeker, C., Menard, O., Munn, R. ' Fourfh row: Myli, I-I., Niflenegger, R., Oalhout, R., Phillips, I., Prichard, W., Reeder, I., Ridley, G., Rosky, T. W., Wheeler, E. Bottom row: Shope, W., Skogstrom, C., Starner, R., Stevens, T., Thomas, D., Wagner, T., Westbe1'g, 350 Pi Kappa Alpha OFFICERS President ...... ROGER STARNER Vice-president . . . JOHN HOWELL Secretary . . RONALD BUNTEN Treasurer . DICK MCCAULEY Champions of the 1954 lnterfraternity softball league, the PiKA's were also active in varsity sports. Jerry Ridley participated in varsity basketball, and Iohn Howell was on the varsity tennis team. Ronald Bunten was a member of the Phi Eta Sigma. Donald Fitzgerald, Dudley Thomas, Bob Baker and Bunten repre- sented PiKA in Young Republicans. Galen Greene was a member of the IFC scholarship committee, and Russ Cress and Ronald Oathout Worked on the IFC Greek Week committee. Jim Reeder was co-editor of Fraternities at I owa, a booklet published by IFC. Donald Fitzgerald also served on the IFC booklet committee. In addition to frequent exchanges and guest-nights held throughout the 1954-55 year, the PiKA's filled their social season with a I-lalloWe'en party, the annual French party and the Winter and spring forrnals. The monthly statement -twenty dollars to spare. fi' F' 0 v .qs-F' 4 '. L,- - mfs-1.3" is 1 . W., . .. - 1 f . P' J. 1, -fx' ' lil '. '. 1 . V W- .--. ' 1, li. . ,J if A 1I11- . 1,' gy V 5 ...ff 1-'B 3 -.Qu F-"'1'??"'l rv- :wi ci! .P -4, .4-o W P we 1 . - 3 I 2 Q ' AY Q h 1 411, .J ' - ' 11 'g i f fag, e l it ,tj U Q, V 1, if A , 5.1. , 1 1 , T' ' F' 5 - - ,. ' ,V ' ' 1, 1 1 A 1 1 1 I I 1 1 V 'K 'Q'A' , j P A P 1' ' fl , 1 13 fl, 1 'M Ji? I ZIV 1' at I N is 'D I xg?-4,1 Tie lf- ,ff 1 . 0 A Il F..3--..x . . ,VV A ,A ,D -z . M5131 f, 1- ' ' . , ' .4 f .Ili . ' .til 5' .9 ' cf.. 1 1:2 ,ef 1:5-5 1 ,f 1 3 1, ,, I U . . X , ,V .,, 5 YK z .1 At 11 is . . . , l fix' l ' 1 - f 'AA Q, Q 1. . f' 1 1 A 11 ' - Q - , ,. ,X - , , ., 5 .., , , ,.,. 5 ., -K4 .-2 ,J .-7. ,, 17, 5 , ti 1 xy: Y Z 3 . ,.. l A A L. T li lil? L-.1 S fp Z I . M 13' it . 2 , , Q, 1 l ' 1 ' . -A 1 Vi 'A 1 Q , .5 fi 1 ... . ,XX ,,,.. EJ, Q ,XT-7 QI- - It Y - W ffl, - 1 D.-- . l 1 1 v'.:i,1 I- A H Wy '54 '14 ii X X , .1 0 1 1 1: , , F , 'F' 41 14 " . 1'7' 1'1i -ff 1 ""- 1 1: A 3 . . - . ' 5 - J 5, ' ' -J' - ' Q ', -1 YT' 1, ff, 1 1 55' 5, '-7 - A -A +f tr 11 A 5 . 5 . . . E ,,,....m---, 5, ,. A I , ., , U M zuz L.,-,rw .vga W . Q, , ,gas , dh 555, 31,1 Xa . RF, 4 5-,. . pd" l1,l.,lx.,:' l iq. TQ ' l -if I'-H E "X,-...J ' l " 4 1 ,B - - ' X721 I My . 1 ' p F7 1? -J. 5 ,1- Iowa Beta Chapter Top row: Anderson, C., Anderson, D., Bailey, E., Bicldison, P., Bloomquist, F., Bollander, W., Brandenburg, R., Brauer, W., Broshar, 1., Clizhe, D., Cramer, A. Second row: Davis, T., Doerr, R., Elting, P., Foster, 1.5 Glidden, D., Grier, 1., Happel, W., Harvey, E., Hatch, 1., Hatch, T., Hayes, D. Third row: Hazen, 1., Hise, W., Hoflzey, 1., Houlihan, T., 1aegcr, S., 1enkinson, H., 1enkinson, 1.' 1ensen, R., 1er1sen, T., 1ohnston, G., 1oy, 1. Fourth row: Kelley, 1., Kitchen, 1., Krause, W., Landschulz, W., Larson, M., Lee, W., Leuer, K., Mau, T., McCrea, W., McNulty, 1., Mitchell, D. H., Paulson,1., Perry, L., Peterson, D., Picken, R. S., Soll, D., Steele, W., Stephenson, 1, VauHouten, G., VanHulzen, D., Winter, R., Wolfe, R. Fifth row: Moen, D., Moorman, R., Morrissey, B., Nachtrnan, D., Nelsen, R., Nordyke, 1., Norton, Sixth row: Price, 1., Primrose, H., Roeder, D., Roeder, R., Ruske, L., Sarll, F., Salkeld, T., Showers, Bottom row: Stone, P., Tanner, R., Ticld, YV., Torrence, 1., Young, 1., Young, R., VanDyke, L., 352 ll? 4 1 , , Y 5 ,J ay-4 X1 X -, ,I . , 1 ' I W1 1 1 I? . . , If N 1 - Y .- 'P' l 'G' 'J l l-.Tha ,- l 'L l 1 ie fr .' X Kg- W si . -It '- 5 -i f A 3 to Al it TP A P Tll l ' . , 4 ji 'L ' l 1? VJ , l K l ll l I4 , ., -.,....L,,.i,,T1 Y , .Y lv H ,M 1 , T.. -1 5. 1 gg .1 5 f'11c'n A g , XC-,C X XXV. . Wg' "" ' "' .-..- ...,., -..tw E , -Y - , - . Y l l 11 1 1 '- A 5 5 . ' Q Y VI Q Tv' 5 1- - 1' l -.X-f ' il ly-'T 7- 5 Y' 1 A 5 46. 1, 1 - 71 T 1 ' 5 1 ..... 1 , c r' 1 1 ,,. .5 1 5 -Q -A 1 X I, 1 -2, . V XX l-5 . 1 .l Sigma Alpha Epsilon OFFICERS President ...... BILL STEELE Vice-president . . JACK STEVENSON Secretary . . . HAXRLAN IENKINSON Treasurer . . JIM BROSHAR Sigma Alpha Epsilon began the '54 ath- letic season by winning the intramural championship. It was also Well represented in varsity sports, with players on the foot- ball, wrestling baseball, fencing, swimming and golf teams. Iim Hatch, Ted Iensen, Floyd Sarfl, Bill Brauer, Harlan Ienkinson, Ken Leuer and Glenn Iohnston were I-club members. Bill Steele was varsity football manager. The SAE's participated in many other activities this year. ln the fall, the chapter entertained Ray Anthony and his band. Jerry Adey served as YMCA president. Bob Doerr was chosen Most Eligible Bache- lor on Campus for '54 and was Homecom- ing parade chairman. Iim Grier was on a Union board sub-committee, and was Cam- pus chest solicitations chairman. Phil Biddison was music director for WSUI, and Clyde Kitchen was a member of Omicron Delta Kappa. Bill Brauer, Tom Davis and Don Vanl-Iulzen were members of Phi Eta Sigma. What the well dressed college student should wear-to the SAE Roar- ing Twenties party. 353 Y 1 - 1: ' ' f EH '. . all " 45135, '37 "'-' fp' QF ye' '3 I,-fy -c"' ,,,,..:s , 5 X -nv' f"" l -3 l WM Top now: Ejelihorn, Mrs., Aekerley B.' Arnold R: Babcock Bn Besley Km Biester D.' Brown N A! ha Carlson, R., Cumming, W. P Second row: Denkhoff R.' Dinges In Easton Ax Giblin Tn Croom R.' Hertz Cn Hoskins, I Houser I - Howell P Chapter Third row: Iohnson, R., Iones, Ku Kemis Rx Kennedy Rn Lovxry, In Maxlield Du McKinney I Means, R., Meyer, A. Fourth row: Mugge, I., Nelson, R., Northup B.' Overturf C.' Pennington R.' Pennington In Peir son, P., Robertson, I., Runke, R., Sackett, R. Bottom row: Sarclrock A.g Schmidt, G.g Seim, R., Shadle, S., Smiley, G., Smith, L., Tansey, R Tussing, I., Van Dyke, G., Wewergaard, P. 6 1 l , ,g lik' -1, ' I " ,, l A E15 lx Y' . 19? Q Q ' U 1 . ,Q I :V TA . . :I , - ' X 'WM Q 1 ,rig , ,. - Us I" 1 . - 1-1 el A 1 4 uf . ' f 1 .1 l-1, ' P 14 1 1. J l 1 11 dm . 1 ' 'xt' ' -'fl 'N x 19. i ' 5 V. W I ,L NX 19, 1 -I, C I x , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 -i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 -i 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 -i 1 1 1 1 1 1 Y 1 1 ' 1 -i 354 Sigma Chi OFFICERS President . .... JAMES HOUSER Vice-president . . KEITH IONES Secretary . . AL EASTON Treasurer . Joi-IN MUGG12 All-American swimmer, Dick Penning- ton, who was also captain of the varsity swimming team, headed the list of Sigma Chi athletes. Roy Iohnson was on the var- sity basketball team, and Gardner Van Dyke participated in varsity track. Playing on freshman athletic teams were Ronald Means, football and Steve Shadle, basket- ball. Carls Hertz served on the cheerlead- ing squad for the third year. House president, Iim I-Iouser was secre- tary-treasurer of IFC and was service com- mittee chairman for the council. He was also treasurer of Student Council. Bob Groom was on the Central Party commit- tee. Shadle was treasurer ofIFPC. He and Iim McKinney were on the SUI debate team. Outstanding Sigma Chi social events of the year included the Sweetheart dance, Christmas formal and Basin Street Brawl. R. "Is it spiked?" gy' 1 r"'? x .tgf 3' af Top row: Abell, C., Albrecht, R., Aitken, D., Beebe, S., Bock, D., Boyle, R., Brinkrna Beta Mu A., Carmichael, W., Cavey, A. D I u ,d" 1-if' x-6,4 9.4 n, H. , Byers, Second row: Ghateauvert, I., Cole, D., Darnell, G., Dennis, H., Dickinson, R., Dunnington, T., Ch Fauss, B., Gebhardt, B., Glesne, R., Grimm, W. fel' Third row: Halverson, D., Hall, I., Hansen, I., Hershey, R., Hicklin, R., Hood, R., ap Hultgren, G., Iensen, D., Kastner, R. Fourth row: Lawson, P., Leachman, I., Lictenhcrger, H., Lindsay, A., lVlcBroom, I., Meyers, E., Miller, I., Nelson, G. R., Schultz, D. Walker, K., Young, I. Howard, R. , Meuret, W. , Fifth row: Nosek, F., Pearce, R., Pepping, F., Pierce, I., Puller, H., Rahn, I., Randall, I., Reimers, Bottom row: Sims, P., Smith, B., Smith, K., Summy, T., Thee, D., Wacker, M., Wadsworth, G., 356 Sigma Nu OFFICERS President ..... WILLIAM GRIMM Vice-president . . . TED DUNNINGTON Secretary . . . JACK CHATEAUVERT Treasurer . Roo DICKINSON A well-rounded activity program was the Sigma Nu aim for the 1954-55 year. Don Halverson, Rodger Hershey and Fred Nosek were football players. Don Ait- ken and Dick Hood, trackg Al Lindsey, Don Cole and Stan Beebe, gyrnnasticsg Ioe Packey, Bob Kastner and Wayne Meuret, wrestling, also proved their athletic worth. Swimrner Gary Nelson and fencer Bob Hicklin joined Don Bock, Dennis Thee and Ron Drennen of the baseball team in rep- resenting the fraternity sportswise. A HalloWe'en party, the Christmas for- mal, the Hotel party and the Lilac formal gave the Sigma Nu's Well-rounded social life. Harlan Miller and Keith Walker Worked for WSUI. Five Sigma Nuis were on the PIAWKEYE staff, and four were in band. Iack Pepping was on the IFC social committee. Harold Brinkman and Dick Hood were in the Student Marketing club and Roger Hershey was a member of the Associated Students of Engineering. Trophy talk. .ff .-f' Iowa Gamma Chapter 1,4- -cf' rig.. Y AUT ,un J"b' i I . i . -.Z ..av' , . Top row: Bagley, Mrs., Anderson, T., Barringer, I., Batterson, R., Bauer, W., Biaskey, L., Boyce, R., Brannan, I. Second row: Bridge, R., Brody, D., Burke, L., Clark, P., Davidson, P., Decker, W., Dunn, H., Finn, R. '17 Third row: Fishel, M., Gleichman, R., Govig, R., Hansen, L., Houck, G., Iolmson, R., Iohnson, R. K., Kirchoff, S. Fourth row: Kirchoff, I., Leber, I., Leber, T., Martin, N., Means, R., McDonald, I., McGovern, P., McManus, R. Fifth row: Morgan, P., Mumgaard, C., Ojemann, G., Olson, I., Grr, R., Orr, W., Peterson, R., Pierson, F., Price, I. Bottom row: Reed, R., Rider, P., Rustau, I., Scliornhorst, T., Ulrich, S., Utter, R., Verhille, D., Verhille, R., Welsi1, R. 358 Sigma Phi Epsilon OFFICERS President ..... DICK GLEICPIMAN Vice-president . . . DICK GOVIG Secretary . . . F. T. SCI-IORNHORST Treasurer . DON VERHILLE The Sig Ep roll call included many names which are familiar to sports page readers. Dick Govig was the defending NCAA wrestling champion in the 123- pound division. Ron Schaefer and Ierry Leber were members of the varsity baseball team, and Bob Reed helped the varsity swimming team break records. Jim Dick played varsity foobtall. Sigma Phi Epsilon members also found time for four major social. events - the Sig 1 Ep masquerade, winter formal, Kiddie party and the annual Queen of Hearts ball. In- formal functions throughout the year filled out their social calendar. i Dick Gleichman directed the football card section, and George Ojemann served on the Central Party committee. The Sig Eps began the year by Winning the possession of the IEC scholarship im- provement trophy. Sig Epis and their dates regress to their childhood days at the Sig Ep Kiddie party. 1 l ff l l- . l h-:rf ,vig 'fr' ff-R .Q 152' wiv ' XX-' . Top row: Anderle, D., Anderson, C., Biza, 1.3 Braley, A., Brooki, G. Xl' Second row: Brown, F., Budde, R.g Catt, B., Collin, P., Gardner, D. Third row: Gillaspy, F., I-Iennelly, W., Hill, D.g Iohnson, L., Koester, F. R 1.4 v-G' .I""? Chapter Bottom row: Matykiewicz, L., Nutt, I., Pertl, M., Peterson, R.g Steele, R.g Wessel, E, Theta Xi OFFICERS President . .... BRUCE CATT Vice-president . . DoN ANDERLE Treasurer . . LLOYD IOHNSON House Manager . . ROBERT BUDDE The highlights ol the Theta Xi social yeare were the Hotel party, the winter for- mal, a Christmas tea, a pledge party, a cos- tume party, the spring formal and the Hei- delburg Brawl, an outdoor German costume party. Three Theta Xi's were in the I-club. Buddy Lucas was on the varsity swimming team, Terry McCann was on the wrestling team, and Lou Matykiewicz was an end on the varsity football team. Lucas was also a member of the Dolphin club, and Alson Braley was a Dolphin pledge. Theta Xiis were also active in many cam- pus activities. Bob Peterson was in the University band, and Frank Brown, Fred Koester and Lloyd Iohnson sang in chorus. 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Walker, Southwestern Engraving company Mrs. Gene Yard, Southwestern Engraving company Mr. Robert Collins, Economy Advertising company Mr. Tom McConnell, Kingsport Press, covers University Photo service Mrs. Lil Dean, Stromsten's Studios, beauties Richard Pitschke, division pages The Daily Iowan photographers: Arnie, Jerry and Lor- aine, who gave freely of time and negatives. . . . and to the thousands of people who in some way contributed to this 1955 volume, provided moral support and cheered us on . . . to Bob and Gracie . . . to the staff members who wrote and ,then re-wrote the activities volume . . . to Casey, the night janitor . . . to Curly, the night watchman . . . to the Chi O's who put up with this bear-of-an-editor and pitched in when things looked the black- est . . . to Clarence and the understanding, patient men of Econ- omy . . . to the hundreds of nameless people who simply did their jobs . . . thanks. the Editor M A Acacia, 324 Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Chi Omega, 294 Delta Pi, 296 Delta Sigma, 248 Epsilon Pi, 326 Kappa Kappa, 226 Kappa Psi, 227 Lambda Delta, 248 Phi Omega, 223 Tau Omega, 328 Topical Index Delta Delta Delta, 302 Delta Gamma, 304 Delta Sigma Delta, 228 Delta Sigma Pi, 230 Delta Sigma Rho, 250 Delta Tau Delta, 334 Delta Theta Phi, 250 Delta Upsilon, 336 Delta Zeta, 306 Dolphin club, 240 I Journalism laboratories, 136 Iunior Kappa Kappa Kappa Kappa Panhellenic council, 293 K Alpha Theta, 310 Epsilon, 252 Kappa Gamma, 312 Phi, 265 HAWKEYE, 124 Alpha Xi Delta, 298 American Pharmaceutical associ- ation, 237 Associated Students of dentistry, 249 Associated Students of engineer- ing, 238 B Band, 140 Baseball, 178 Basketball, 172 Beta Theta Pi, 330 C Central Party committee, 209 Cheerleaders, 170 E Eastlawn, 275 Eta Kappa Nu, 251 F Fencing, 183 Football, 158 Forensics association, 205 Freshman basketball, 177 G Gamma Alpha Chi, 251 Gamma Phi Beta, 308 Gymnastics, 185 H Medical Student council, 253 Mortar Board, 242 N National publicity, 12 Newman club, 266 Nu Sigma Nu, 234 Nu Sigma Phi, 253 O Occupational Therapy club, 254 Omicron Delta Kappa, 243 Orchestra, 141 Outstanding athletes, 156 P Panhellenic council, 292 Chi Epsilon, 249 Chi Omega, 300 Chorus, 142 Collegiate chamber 241 Cross Country, 182 Currier hall, 270 D Daily Iowan, 128 Delta Chi, 332 364 of commerce, Hawk-1 Pep club, 206 Hillcrest, 280 Hillel foundation, 264 Home Economics club, 223 I lnterlraternity council, 322 lnterlraternity pledge council, 323 International club, 208 Iowa Transit, 252 Phi Alpha Delta, 254 Phi Beta Pi, 235 Phi Delta Phi, 244 Phi Delta Theta, 338 Phi Epsilon Kappa, 255 Phi Epsilon Pi, 340 Phi Eta Sigma, 255 Phi Gamma Delta, 342 Phi Gamma Nu, 245 Phi Kappa, 344 Phi Kappa Psi, 346 Phi Kappa Sigma, 348 Phi Rho Sigma, 236 Pi Beta Phi, 314 Pi Kappa Alpha, 350 Pi Tau Sigma, 256 Psi Omega, 232 Q Quadrangle, 284 Queens, 108 R Radio-Electrical engineers, Radio guild, 256 ROTC, 188 Russell house, 279 S Scottish Highlanders, 200 Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 352 Sigma Chi, 354 Sigma Delta Chi, 257 Sigma Delta Tau, 316 Sigma Nu, 356 2 Sigma Phi Epsilon, 358 Sigma Theta Tau, 246 South Quadrangle, 288 Student Advisory committee, 209 Student Christian council, 262 Student Council, 210 Student Marketing club, 258 Student Nurses organization, 247 Student Publications, Inc., 138 Swimming, 179 T Tau Beta Pi, 258 Television studios, 134 Tennis, 181 Theta Sigma Phi, 259 Theta Tau, 259 Theta Xi, 360 ' Town men, 202 Town women, 203 Track, 184 U Union Board, 212 Union Board sub-committees, 213 University Discussion group, 224 University Women's association, 214 V Varsity Lettermen's club, 239 W Westlawn, 276 Women's Recreational associa- tion, 218 Wrestling, 180 WSUI, 132 Y Young Democrats, 220 1 Young Republicans, 221 Young Women's Christian asso- ciation, 222 Z Zeta Tau Alpha, 318 365 A Abbott, Leanore M., 64, 302 Abela, Larry Ross, 193 Abell, Charles S., 355 Ablard, Russell Allyn, 336 Abramson, Nancy Iean, 214, 215, 216, 294 Acheson, Ioann, 206 Acheson, Nancy G., S22 Ackerley, Barry Allan, 354 Ackerman, Gene Iohn, 78, 254 Adams, Barbara Van, 82 Adams, Barbara Ellen, 82, 215, 302 Adams, Clifton Dean, 70, 232 Adams, David Mason, 204, 240 Adams, Norman M., 221, 254 Adams, Thomas Lewis, 181, 338 Adams, 'William Earl, 82, 342 Adamson, Gale Eugene, 183, 342 Adamson, Margaret I., 254 Adolfo, Luz Virginiac, 205 Agarie, Nariyuki, S2 Ahlgren, Robert Carl, 240 Ahlsclager, Mona M., 270 Aieher, Thomas Edward, S2 Ain, Myrna Louise, 82, 254 Aitken, Donald Bruce, 182, 356 Ajzenbaeh, Iakub, 70 Albach, Jean Pauline, 218, 222, 312 Albers, Delmar Dean, 232 Albert, Elva Ann,.29S Albert, ludith Irene, 119, 298 Albertson, Gary Earl, 338 Albrecht, Richard R,, 82, 355 Albright, Iames W., 64 tudent Index Armstrong, Maelny M., 928 Arndt, Ernest A., 641, 253 Arnold, Robert Dwaine, 354 Ashline, Iohn William, 23, 336 Ashton, Ruth Beverly, 82, 218, 300 Asper, Raymond Earl, 342 Atherton, Margaret I., 304 Amehuler, Doris Ann, 273 Aunspach, Dale Erwin, 74 Ausherger, Ieannelte, 221, 298 Austin, Mary Caroline, 296 B Babcock, Bruce Alan. 354 Baeci, Ernesto D., 203, 249. 258 Bacon, Barbara Hnpe, 82, 308 Bargnara. Insenh T., 212 Bailen, Harold Norman, 326 Bailey, Edwin Hammer, 352 Bailey, Iohn Lewis, 96. 236 Bailey, Bailie, Iohn Peter, 338 Samuel Edward, 156, 185, 240 Bailin, Charles David, 181, 340 Baird, Na'haniel T., ir., 280 Baker, Allan Arthur. 240 Baker, Ann Elizabeth, 82, 214, 216, 242, 302 Baker, Barbara, 112, 216, 312 Baker, Beverly, 312 Baker, Mary lane, 302 Baker, Nancy Lou, 300 Baker, 'Rfwhert H., 350 Baker, Ruth Ann. S2 Baker, NVi11iam R,. 258 Baldwin, Lawrence G., 206 Bcrnstrom, Berit M., 254 Alkire, Larry Glen, 82, lS9, 191, 221, 230 Allbee, Patricia lane, 308 Allen, Albert Iackson, 250 Allen, Iay Thomas, 262 Allen, julie, 216, 314 Allen, Morris Lanuing, 78, 250 Allison, Carol Ann, 223, 308 Allos, William Iames, 252 Ames, Iohn Gus, 195 Ameslmtlry, Iohn F., 1915, 197, 330 Amorin, lose P., 255 Amundson, Katheleen M., 270 Ball, Ronald Franklin, 64 Ball, Sxrcanne, 300 Ball, William C., 244 Ballard. lnhn David, 338 Bane. Rodney S'ewart. 346 Banwell. Carol Ann. 82, 221 Barber, larnes Tay. 179. 240, 346 Barber, Richard Ellis. 346 Barker, Shirley Lee, 298 Barlnon, lames T-lenrv, 236 Barlow, Charles E., 328 Barlow, Ioan Marie, 304 Barmash, Harold S., 74 Barrett. Anderle, Donald Frank, 360 Anderson, Alan Ewing, 254 Anderson, Carrol Dean, 64 Andersen, Carl F., 334 Anderson, Charles E., 360 Anderson, Clarence R., 352 Anderson, Dwight Dean, 82, 352 Anrlersori, Edwin Lee, 258 Anderson, Edward E., 228 Anderson, Gail S., 310 Andersen, Gary W., 181, 332 Anderson, Gordon Dale, 20 Anderson, Howard D., 82, 228 Anderson, Iay Harold, 82, 234 Anderson, lean E., 215, 272, 314 Anderson, Iernme Dean, 70 Anderson John B., 206, 336 Anderson, Marlys I., S2, 211, 294 Anderson Mary Ie, 125, 265, 294 Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson y , Richard M., 346 Richard P., 234 Rohert G., 230 Robert L., 64, 213, 221 Robert W., 96 Anderson Rodney A., 193 Anderson Russell H., 96 Anderson Samantha I., 223, 251, 304 Anderson Tlwmas I., jr., 358 Anderson, William H., 64, 221, 322, 348 Anderson, William R., 82, 234, 243 Andrews, Ann Harriet, 64, 314 Andrews, james Gordon, 181 Ankrum, VVil1iam Dean. 330 Anneberg, Allen D., 96, 2215 Aossey, Iuseph W,, 195 Appelmarr, Barbara I., 119, 304 Arbuckle, lean Oxford, 64 Archer, Rheta janet, 248 Armstrong, Craig M., 244 366 Barmish. Louis David. 340 Barnes, Charlotte, 253 Barnes, Forrest A., jr,, 70 Barnes, Ianiee Marv. 215, 248, 312 Barnes, Nanseay, 308 Barnes, Norman Roald, 82 Barnes, Wayne Tosenh, 28 Barnett, Mary 26? Barnett, Patricia M., 298 Barquist. Eddie T-lfwvt, 330 lames Tuflrir, 232 Barrett, lean I.. 314 Barrett. Iudith Diane, 308 Barrinzer, Iamei W.. 358 Rana. Beverlv Sue, P72 Barrels, Parole M., 308 Bartels, Dwnald A., 220. 284 Bartels. D:uni'a Iune. 82. 253 Bavholow. George W., 96 Bartlett, Paul l-l.. ir., 64, 191, 212, 346 Barton, Lnis LaFerne, 82, 254 Bartseh, Daryl Dean, 350 Barmnelc, Paula A., 82. 302 Basbaum. Mario A., 208 Baseh, T,aD'ana lean, 248. 262 Bates, Charles Robert, 244 Bates. Plf-'my I.. 82, 236 Bateson, Rnbert Rule. 213, 223, 334 Bathlce, Marrzaret Ann, 71. 294 Battersnn. Robert Lee, 353 Bauer, Warren Starxlcv, 358 Baum, Rose Mary. 100 Baxter, Marilynn Rirh. 24, 310 Bayless. Dnrnthea 1-L, S2 Beals, Guv C.. ir., 348 Beam, lfvlin. 3253 Bean. Charles N.. 96 Beard, Patricia Ellen, 256, 298 Beasley, Betty, 254 Beatty, Suzanne, 306 Bechtel, Iudith C., 313 Beck, Helen Irene, 82, 234, 298 Becker, Robert Eugene, 221 Beckman, Barbara L., 304 Beckman, Robert W., 213, 348 Beelcmann, Edward Merz, 280 Beebe, Martha Ellen, 82, 221 Beelce, Stanford Ray, 185, 240, Beecher, Lu Ann, 64, 245, 206 Beekman, Iohn Charles, 244, 348 Beam, Iohn Ransom, O4 Beemer, Rex Ivan, 64 Beer, Bonnie Lou, 308 Bagel, Harold Charles, 179 Behrens, Barbara P., S2, 214, 216, 242, 270, 273 Beier, Nancy Margaret, 112, 312 Beightul, Richard li, 82, 330 Beisner, Roxie Irene, 270, 273 Beisser, Sally Elaine, 270 Bell, Ida Mae, 214, 216, 312 Bell, Iames Raymoricl, 195, 197, 240, 336 Bellamy, Iames Caylor, 234 Belle, Audrey Ii., 82, 208, 221 Ballinger, Richard A., 3418 Belt, Bert 1-lnrvey, ir., 339 Belvel, Danna Ruth, 2941 Bendixsen, Janet M,, 100 Benler, Iucly, S2 Benhullow, Iohn, 253 Bennett, Ieycc Allyn, 125, 215, 272 Bennett, Mary lane, 256, 312 Benton, Mary Lee, 265 Berenstain, Marvin S., 181, 340 Berg, Anna Kathrine, 312 Berg, Iohn Vlilliam, S2 Bergee, Harold Ellel, 226, 253 Berger, A. Fred, ir., 330 356 Berger, Edward Len, 64 Berner, Ann Marie, 114, 113, 308 Berney, Iohn William, 95 Berry, Kay Joanne, 215 Berry, Paulette Faye, 100 Berry, Richard Warren, 334 Berryhill, Leroy K., 235 Bertrand, Patricia D., 82, 216, Bcrtroehe, Joseph G., 195, 221 Besley, Keith, 354 Betar, Samuel Ioseph, 78, 2414 Betz, Sandra Lee, 292, 314 Beukelman, Peter I., S3, 330 Biddison, Phillip N., 255, 352 Bierschbaeh, Raymuncl, 83, 191, 344 Biersclxlvaeh, Donald R., 344 Biester, Dean, 354 Billings, Philip E., 342 Bills, Eldon Dean, 212, 232 Bills, Rex Eugene, 206, 334 Bingham, Ianet Marie, 83 Binko, Lester Douglas, 130 Nnrlic C., 208 Constance, 265, 270 204 Birusel, Bishop, Bishop, judith Ann, 223, 306 Bittner, Don Lee, 248 Bittner, Ralph R., 244 Bizu, Iohn Charles, 360 Bjurstrom, Dale E., 181, 333 250 f Black, Duarte Arnold, Blackford, Nancy Sue, .296 Blackstone. juan Lee, 204 Blair, Rex Milton, 280 Blakeney, Norbert li., Blukesley, Marcia, 302 Blakeslad, NVa11aee F., 104 Blanlnrcl, Tnliy M., 342 Blaslcey, Lerold Werts, 358 Blazek, Iames Virgil, 215 Blazek, Sandra Bledsoe, Terry Blessing, Betty Blink, Donald Blinks, Edwin 54 Elaine, 83, 223 Claude, 257 lane, 272 Inseph, 64 David, 83, 190, Bliss, Stuart B., 70, 228 Blitz, Robert Irwin, 326 Bloes, Beverly Ann, 83 Blnme, Rnlnert Arthur, 06, 226 328 Bloomquist, Frank NV., 352 Blot, Edith Andrea, 213, 316 Blough, Iohn Bemard, 96 Blue, Carole Ann I., 298 Blum, Richard Yale, 195, 240 Blumer, Ivan Iunior, 64 Blunt, Charles 1-1., 21 Bock, Donald Keith, 356 Bock, Virgil F., 21 Bock, Virginia Mae, 302 Bnckrnan, Sheldon E., 326 Boeclc, Gloria Anna, 275 Boekc, Gary Neil, 237 Boeke, Peter Reece, 228, 324 Boerner, Arthur W., 104, 196 Bnerner, Carolyn L., 252 Bogart, Itihn Alden, 240 Bohlander, William E., S3 Bniczs, Irlarlean M., 83, 300 Belden, George Elvin, 220 Boldt, Donald Bernard, 280 Bolender, Charles L., 213, 232 Bolee, Ronald Leon, 64 Bollander, William, 352 Bollie, David junior, 230 Bolton, Richard Lee, 125, 342 Benson, Robert E., 330 Beutjcr, Kay Marie, 215, 310 Boreherding, Donald L., 26 Borcline, Burlrin W., 158 Bergstrom, Robert A., G-11 Borochull, Irving D., 200, 255, 326 Borreson, Nan, 125, 209, 213, 248, 251, 304 Bom, Dorothy Mae, 223, 308 Bnrts, Mary Lnuise, 923, 308 Bostmrn, Gary Fraser, 223, 336 Bottke, Karl Andrew, 228 Bnttollson, Philip I., S3 Bouma, Iuhn Iaeub, 338 Bowen, Ierry Lee, 346 Bnwlin, Marcia Irene, 209, 216, 248 Bowman, Iames Edward, 338 Boyce, Robert D., 358 Boyer, Betty Lou, 308 Boyle, Don Edward, 83, 336 Boyle, Richard Joseph. 356 Brahy, Howard Hugh, 235 Braek, Laverle F., 83 Braden, james Allen, 193 Brady, james '1"lmmas, 74, 190, 253, 25 Brady, john Arthur, 190, 251, 258 Braley, Alson Deming, 240, 360 Braley, Charles P., 330 Brarnmer, Merlyn I., 104 Brammerln, Mary Lee, 265 llranrlenlaurg, Robert C., 352 Brandenburg, Ruth E., 100 Branson, Inyee M., 125' Braucht, Mary jane, 83, 23, 298 Brauer, William VV., 352 9 Braverman, Richard D., 340 Brawner, Gene Iidwnrd, 83 Braydon, James, 28S Bremer, Ralph Max, 2114 Breslaw, Milton Allen, 194 Bresnahan, Nancy Arm, 304 Brettlmuer, Martin S., 104 Brewer, Alfred Keith, 74, 256 Brieelaud, Vivian E., S3 Bridge, Rollin Carl, 358 Bridglord, Kenneth l,.., 74 Briggs, Thomas G., '26 Brin, Bradley Marvin, 340 Brinkman, Harold Dean, 258, 356 Broekschink, Ianet IZ., 265 Brnder, Iuclilh Mary M., S3, 275 Brutlerseri, Edward A., 330 Brnrly, David Edward, 240, 358 Brody, Elliot I., 340 Brody, lflarriete L., 312 Breeder, George 1-lenry, 155, 160 Brohulm, Russell, 235 Broknian, Rehert Lynn, 330 Browns, john David, 234 Brunlaman, janet Bae, 312 Brooks, C. Grant, 360 Brooks, Ley, 213, 333 Gibson, Douglas, Arthur C., 323, 336 Douglass, lflennor G., 34, 126, 300 Dow, Dorothy Ann, 222, 254, 314 Dowd, Dennis Carleton, 334 Dowd, Ronald lingerie, 2117, 223, 336 Downing, Carolyn J., 270 Downing, VVendvll K., 216, Bo Downs, Mary Ellen, 300 Doyle, Judith Ruth, 206, 245, 248, Drape, Robert T., G5 Drennen, Robert M., 232 Dressler, Diane Dolly. 125 Drucker. Sheldon, 326 Dullois, Duane.1luherl, 342 Dueommun, Dale jesse, 26 Duecker, Marilyn C., 84, 304 Dullie, lidwarll ll., jr.. 90, 253 Dugan, William P., 65, 178, 239 Duhigg, joan, 2518 Dull, Ann Margaret, 206, 313 Dumlxauld, james Beery, D8 Dunagan, Ieanetle Mae, 100 Duncan, Douglas C., 172, 228 ljtllllll, Sidney Meyer, 65, 191, 340 Dunitz, Toby Mae, 214, 216, 3113 Dunkerton, Ann. 304 Dunlavy, llicharcl Leu, 190, 338 F. Philip, 244 Dunn, Dunn, Dunn, Dunn. ,lo Ann, 2914 lnhn llnstorx, 240, 358 Mnurcta Frances, 203, 221 Dunn, Nancy lane, 300 Patricia Ann, 100 ljlllllllllglllll, Ted lf., 356 318 Dunsworth, Iru VV., 132, 184, 1516, 239 Dxvomiek, Carolyn I., 1514 Dwyer, Thomas Riclmrtl, 344 Dyer, Phyllis Ann, S11 E Earls, Vlfillinm ll., 244 Exiles, llnrrieue Ann, 31,2 Earll, Jerry lvlillor, 1226 Easton, Alan George. 133. Eheling, Gary David, 1011 Ebcnhulni, Robert A., 65, 191 Ebert, lillu, 841, 221 Ecker, Tlmomns llobert, 134, 130 Eckert, Robert Edward, 280 Eddy, Mary lane, 310 Edmund, Mary Anne, 304 Edwards, Arlene l,.., 100, 277 Eltnx. Marie lane, 91 Eginlon, Kay. Ehlers, Robert Enrl, 74 liihel, james Allen, 213, 330 Eiek, Sara lane, S4 Eieher, Tliomas lf., llll Hide. liverclt 1'l., 65 Eikleberry, VVilli:im 1"., 943 liisenhach, Iacoh, 232 Ellen, Arletle 1Vlary, 303 312 195, 354 22 likstmm, Muriel I., Elder, llowarrl john, 346 lflihasicli, Robert 1... 153 Elijah, Gerald Eugene, 212, 221. 236 Ellingson, Patricia ll., 306 Ellis, john Gilbert, 249 Ellis, Patricia Ann, 300 Ellis, Vllillinm Gene, 226 Ellison, George VV., 330 Ellsworth, D'1rolhy L., R5 lflman, Elmer, lilling, lllwell, Emery Iolm Louis, 204, 213, 340 Norman I., llfi Philip Ross, 352 Susan Ann, 265 1-Ierlaert M., jr., 1120 Erps, NVilliam Edward 235 Esehman, Gary Lee, 333 Essex, Ellen Annette, 314 listcs, Zane ll., SS, 344 Ettinger, Joyce Ann, 316 Iflva ns, Evans, Evans, Eva ns, Evans, liarl Delos, 65 john VVilliam, 96 Katharine, 304 Margaret A., 85, 206, 318 Mary Frances, 308 Evenson, lNayrve Thomas, 74, 259 liveringhum, Ann, 85, 265 liveringlmm, john R., 259 Everingham, Sara lean, 85, 308 liverman, Wayne F., 182, 184, 186 livcrsmun, Thomas L., 181 Ewers, Ioan, K5, 223, 314 lfwers, Tom Arthur, 346 F Faber, Luke Charles, 96, 234 Faehes, William G., 78 Falla, Cliarlese Vernon, 193, 257, 259, 2 Fagan, Mary Margaret, 300 Fnhrner, Marian D., 71 Failur, lfclwarll Dale, 78, 221 Falk, Marilyn jane, 85, 218, 316 Falk, Shirley JoAnn, 100 Fnlvey, Farber, Ronald Earl, 340 Farr, Dwight Delos, 153 Farr, Mary Eleanor, 85, 296 linrrell, Kathleen M., 314 l:i,l51'lllTlI1l1ll!', Ineki May, 125, 310 Fatkn, Nada june, 100 Faulkner, Patricia K., 206, 247 Fnuss, Byron, PES, 183, 356 Fawcett, Kennedy C., 235 lfeuny, Len Stephen, 85 Fein. lorry Edward, 326 Feiulierg, Lawrence H., 326 lieldman, Elmer Verne, 70, 232 Felix, I Felix, J anct Marie, 248, 265, 270 can Joyce, 265 Fell, Pauline Louise, 272 Fellows, Fenton, Elsie Ann, 206 Albert B., 330 Fenton, Iohn Charles, 226, 253 Fenton, NVillinm Ralph, 226, 253 Ferber, LeRoy G., 236 Ferclinzlncl, IllLllll1 1., 316 Ferguson, john F., 85, 190, 220, 230 Ferguson, Richard K., 65, 156, 182, 186, 2127, 239. 258 Ferguson, Robert Gene, 221, 348 lierguso ri, Steve M., 181 Ferguson, Vlfilliam I., 35, 190 Fernandez. Ellen lane, 218, 306 Fetzer, Fields, Marion M., 85, 216, 22, 304 Elizabeth E., 272 l7ieltl-4, loseph F., S5 Filield, Laureen Ioy, 207, 273 liiles, Sally Mcserve, 314 l7ilse2l1, Henry Clark, 335 Filter, William Viggo, 350 Fincham, Richard W., 234 Finn, Raymond John, jr., 358 liirmerty, William R., S5 Firkins, Richard T., 234 Fischer, Fisch er, Phyllis Mae, 215, 270 Susan Ann, 314 Fish, Iorrlun Leon, 85, 326 Fishel, Merle Devne, 78, 254, 358 Flghel, Sara lane, 100 Fisher, Fisher, Fisher, Fisher, Fitch, james llaymonzl, SS, 243 Iuhn lilliol, S5 Iulia Anne, 35, 206, 246, 265 Robert Boyer, 284 Zoe Ann, 125, 293, 310 Fitz. Annette Elaine, 220, 253 Fitzgerald, Donald E., 350 Fitzgerald, john L., 237 Fitzgerald, Susan Ann, 310 Field, Roger Willard, 85 Flugel, Laverne Wayne, 190, 259 Flatley, Mary Kay, 314 Emmons, Mattie Ann, R5 Engclahl, Karen Lee, 310 Engelbeck, Rlllllllll Nl., 65, 1851, 1111, 338 lingelby, john Edward, 85, 2311, 255, 350 England, Billy joe, 85 Englixli, john NV., S5 Engman. Lawrence T., 85, 1218, 340 Engmnn, Stanley li., 85, 191, 340 linriis, lidiih, 245 Epley, Lloyd Arthur, TS Epstein, Arthur Rlllllll, 104 Erger, lone Mary, 318 Erger, LeRoy joseph, 65 Erich. Erika li.. 213, 254, 306 Erickson, Bonnie Lou, 214, 216, 277, 300 Erkonen, Willinrn li., 226 368 Fleming, Eleanor Ann, 85, 216, 218, 223, 302 Fleming, james Lynn, 330 Fleming, Phyllis lean, 126, 216, 259, 270, 273 Flentje, Dole Edmund, 96, 236 2 184, 222 Fletcher, Fred VV., B4 Flickinger, Roger, jr., 346 Flieder, Clair Eugene, 65 Fliss, Clarence WZly'HC, 227, 241, 258 Flores, Daniel T., 78 Fluent, Cheryl Ann, 245 Flynn, Nancy Irene, 298 Foerstner, Joann Mae, 304 Fogan, Clyde, 240 Folbreeht, Fredric W., 206, 336 Folkens, I-lenriett:-1 I., 85, 298 Gates, Barbara Ann, 206, 296 Gatzke, Laurence D., 97, 236 Gcbhardt, Iames Bruce, 356 Gehring, Edith V., 206 Gelland, jay, 340 Gellman, Edward G., 340 Gellman, Elliot Field, 326 Gentry, Thomas T., 158 George, Robert Scott, 172, 342 Gerdes, August R., 196, 197, 280 Gerig, Eldon LaVern, 97 Forbes, Miriam Ruth, 218, 306 Foster, David Lee, S5, 205, 20, 224, 243, 250, 254 328 Foster, james Vance, 179, 23, 240, 284 Foster, Iohn Morrell, 352 Foster, Norman H., 213 Foster, Paul D., 85, '26, 253 Founla in, William A., 328 Fowler, Iohn William, 85, 191, 338 Pow ler, Fox, Dan Ray, 346 Fox, Robert Lee, 96 Frandson, Charles L., 213, 342 65, Frank, Anita loyee, 316 Frank, Marjorie Grace, 65, 294 Frankel, Barbara Ann, 316 Franzwa, Sterling S., 227 Frederiekscn, Helen K., 296 Freed, Darryl Walter, 350 Freeman, Gcane Carole, 306 Freeman, Ralph james, 158, 161, 184, Freeman, Sandra L., 302 Freie, Katharine j., 312 Freund, Thomas C., 280 Frey, Frank Turner, 191 Frey, Io Ann Mary, S5 Freyermuth, Clifford, 190 Freymiller, Hulda E., 262 Friedman, Marshall A., 325 Fries, lrlugh Donald, 65, 227 Fries, john 1-loward, 205 Frink, D., 235 Fristedt. Virginia A., 308 Frommelt, Alton Alois, 249 Froning, Ann, 302 Frost, fumes WVal1acc, 85, 190, 332 Frost, joan Helen, 306 Frost, john Francis, 97 Frudenleld, james H., 36, 348 Fruclexileltl, Karen I., 314 Frundle, Sharon Kuy, 318 Fry, Iudy Ann, 216, 254 Fry, Richard Ramsey, 342 Fuhlrudt, Douglas B., 194 Fuhr, Douglas Dale, 342 Fuhr, Rielmrd Alan, 206, 342 Fujinaka, Makoto, 85 Fuller, Dale Eugene, 104, 334 Fuller, Emma Lou, 85, 121, 270, 273 Funcke, William E., 234 Furman, Sara Ellen, 100 Furry, Dean Leroy, 97, 236 Fusske, Ierome I-I., 326 Fymlco, Connie M., 206, 318 Fymbo, Elizabeth Ioan, 207, 21, 31S G Gahegan, Nancy Ann, 300 Gaines, Ieene VVilbur, 85 Galex, Martin 1-larolcl, 326 Galiher, james G., 346 Galler, Ray Lewis, G5 Galloway, Jack S., 226 Gamber, Herbert H., S5, 2.36 Gamble, Linda Ann, 215, 272 Garber, joyce Edith, 296 Garbett, Virginia Ann, 85, 292 Gard, Gloria Marie, 298 Gardner, Clyde, jr., S5 Gardner, David Morgan, 360 Garlln, Laurence A., 232, 326 Garman. james Edward, 97 Garnatz, Neil K., 250 Garner, joan Marie, 206 Garrett, Wilmer Gene, 97 Garrison, Robert D., 323 Garrity. Edward Lyle, 248 Gastineau, Carolyn A., NS Gaston, Nancy Lucille, 207, 294 Gaston, Robert A., 70, 232 Gaston, Sharon Lea, 206, 294 Richard Dean, 104, 184, 186, 239 1 Gerndt, Harold Leroy, 85, 234 Gertenbaeh, Donald B., 230 Gertsma, Laurence W., 74, 180, 239, 256, 258 Gesink, Melvin Henry, 97 Getting, Marlene F., 206 Gibbs, Michael Rae, 86, 183, 239 Giblin, Thomas Elmer, 223, 259, 354 Gibson, Diane, 312 Gibson, Donald G., 104 Gibson, James G., 259 Gibson, Laurence L., jr., 65 Sally Lou, 302 Gillillart, Norris, D6 Gill, Sara lane, 213, 302 Gillaspy, Franklin H., 21, 360 Gillberg, Alan Arthur, 179, 239, 240, 255 Gilliam, Frank Delano, 158, 161 Gillis, Herbert G., 235 Gillman, Harold Emil, S6 Gilman, Henry Shaw, 253, 338 Gilman, Lila May, 100 Gilmer, Robert Louis, 97, 235 Gilmore, Catherine, 86, 215, 304 Ginsberg, Beverly R., 316 Ginsberg, Stanley, 86, 340 Gipple, Craig Alden, 234 Giskejerde, Inge, 74, 208, 57' Glasman, Iohn T., 65 Glass, Virginia Belle, 303 Glattly, Sandra Sue, 86 Gleason, Kathleen F., D0 Gleichman, Richard A., 104, 32, 353 Glesne, Ronald Lee, 356 Glidden, David Dean, 196, Golnlirseh, Thomas M., 288 Goeldner, Allen Louis, 32S Goen, Iohn Joseph, 244 Goen, Mary Margaret, 125, 304 Goering, Io Ann, S6 Goetsch, I. Bruce, 126, 127, 223 Goetz, Donald Charles, 74, 253 197, 352 190, 194, 252, Goewey, Marie Ellen, 206 Goll, Dean Leroy, 350 Goldberg, Sandra lean, 316 Goldberg, Sharon E., 316 Goldberg, Sherwin M., 326 Goldschmidt, Daniel L., 220, 258, 326 Goldstein, Ierome Lee, 326 Golinvaux, Louis A., 342 Goltz, Ronald Glasson, 344 Good, Iamcs Webster, 97, 26 Goode, Iohn Ruby, 70 Goodfellow, Iudith K., 206 Goocllellow, Susan A., 206, 294 Goodwin, Iames Dirk, 221, 332 Goplerud, Dean Roy, 97 Gorbics, Nancy E., 254 Gordon, Charles Hen ry, 254 Gordon, Io Anne, 312 Gordon, joan D., 277, 278 Gore, Arnold S., 126, 127, 130, 326 Goseh, Susan Ann, 300 Goss, Loren Bruce, 97, 236 Goss, Mary Ethel, 306 Goss, Peter Michael, 336 Gottner. Goldeen P., 316 Govig, Richard Alyn, 180, 358 Gow, Iohn Elclred, 334 Grabow, Graham, james Eugene, 2S8 Dickey W., 232 Graham, Iudith, 253 Graham Graham, Graham , Paul Reuben, 65, 20, 258 Richard Edwin, 65, 230 Sarah Anne 312 Gramberg, Helmut, 74, 249, 258 Grandia, Thelma Rose, 254, W2 Grashom, Sandra Iane, 203 Grasslield, Max Paul, 120 Graudins, Gunars, 236 Graves, Sharon Jolene, 300 Broshar, Iames Ivan, 352 Brotherton, Diane Rae, 265 Brotherton, Douglas E., 158 Brower, Ioseph Donald, 236 Brown, Donald Hooe, 338 Brown, Donald K., 74, 259, 334 Brown, Douglas G., 256 Brown, Edmund Curtis, 96 Brown, Edward W'illis, 240 Brown, Franklin D., 360 Brown, jerry Burris, 348 Brown, Joann lean, 308 Brown, Joseph Dwight, 83 Brown, Keith LaVel1c, 83, 239 Brown, Norman Baillie, 354 Brown, Phyllis jean, 251, 259 Brown, Richard Leon, 342 Brown, Vllilliam Tracy, 346 Broyles, Betty lane, 125, 308 Brubaker, Marsha Io, 206, 215, Bruce, Eleanor Louise, ll-11, 296 Brueher, Michael E., 211, 244, 284, 285 Brueck, Chris Marion, 74 Bruflat, Dixie lane, 314 Brummitt, Charles D., 96 Brunkhorst, john B., 96, 236 Bruns, Alice M., S3 Brunsvold, Maurice R., S3 Buckroyd, Barbara C., 314 Budd, lames Richard, 64 Budde, Robert Haugen, 360 Buechle, George T., SB, 226, 350 Buenneke, Lorna Mae, 100 Buenneke, Richard 1-l., 332 Bugenst ein, Robert H., 96, 236 Buising, Robert E., 338 Bullard, lames Allen, 226 Bullard, Jane, S3 Bullock, Iean, 314 Bullock, Martha S., S3 Bump, Richard Otis, .206 Bunker, Susan, 298 Bunten, Ronald Keith, 350 Burger, Carol Ann, 83, 314 Burgess, Darrell D., 226 Burke, Evelyn Vesta, 275 Burke, Iohn Thomas, 96, 26 Burke, Larry F., 35S Burke, Thomas Edward, 334 Burket, Iolm McVey, 334 Carle, Ion Enarson, 191 Carlock, Burton Arlan, 235, 253 Carlson, Edwin Ray, jr., 104, 324 Carlson, Linda Io, 125, 310 Carlson, Roy Eric, 354 Carlsten, Paul, 83, 334 Carman, Kenneth W., 96, 226 Carman, Marilyn May, 100 Carmich ael, Iayne F., 272 Cohen, Kenneth L., 326 Cohen, Marilyn Goldie, S3 Cohn, Arlan Price, 235 Colm, Edward Leon, 211, 322, 340 Cohn, Gerald Edson, 221 Colbert, Kathleen T., 298 Cole, Donald Eugene, 356 Cole, Theodore C., 70, 232 Coleson, Marilyn lane, 211, 275 Dalton, Thomas I., 334 Daniels, Clarke G., 235 Dunkle, Willis Kie, 96, 226 Darnell, George M., 356 Datesman, Anne, 51, 304 Dauber, Mary Rae, 203 Davidson, Arnold L., 84, 191, 340 Davidson, Park Rutan, 244, 35S Davies, lohn Edward, 330 308 Carmichael, William l-'I., 355 Carnes, Sally Io, 304 Carney, WVi1liam R., 95, 226 Carpenter, Nola Iaue, 83, 254, 306 Carpenter, Robert W., 83 Carr, Thomas Goodwin, 330 Carrell, Douglas E., 205 Carrothers, Richard L., 228 Carsten, Donald Kay, 64, 227, 241 Carstcns, Yolanda I., 253 Carstensen, Lawrence, 78, Q54 Carstenscn, Richard L., 338 Carter, David Ellis, 195 Carter, James Harvey, 3118 Carver, Richard Iames, 346 Collin, Paul W., 323, 350 Collins, Edwin V., 64 Collins, jim Lloyd, 220, 280 Collins, Iohn I., 84, 239 Collins, Mary Ann, 300 Collins, Wayne Claire, TH Collins, William F., 641 Collis, Lorene Marie, 83, 218, 222, Collison, lack Lee, 336 Colson, janet Rose, 221 Colston, Carroll I., 84 Colton, Eldon Leroy, 78, 244 Comer, John Iladlcy, 346 Compton, John Dean, 96 Conger, Nan Lynn, 251 312 Davies, Thomas Allan, 338 Davis, Adelle Lourene, 125, 296 Davis, Ann, 304 Davis, Bonnita Rae, 221 Davis, Frederick A., 84 Davis, John Robert, 84 Davis, Mary Regina, 203 Davis, McKinley, 84, 157, 17.2 1 Davis, Rex Leroy, 336 Davis. Robert Wayne, 344 Davis, Russell Lee, 335 Davis, Stanley Claude, 158 Davis, Thornas Elliott, 255, 1152 Davis, Victor B., 78 Dawsr rn, Robert Ierry, 96 Burkett, Diane M., 171, 302 Burlingame, Nancec L., 205 Burnett, lack Dale, S3, 189, 191, 338 Burney, Rita, S3 Burns, Daniel E., 10'-1 Burns, Robert Lee, 195 Burshlan, Alvin, 248 Burton, XVilliarn Hey, 64, 184, 186, 239, 3112 Butler, David lames, 78 Butler, Janie E., 23, 304 Butler, Ronald Edward, 194 Butterwiclc, Dale T., 64, 230 Button, Patricia Ann, 71 Buxton, Barbara Kae, 304 Bye, Stanley Ion, 240, 280 Byerly, Elizabeth Lee, 100 Byers, Charles Allan, 356 Byileshy, Susan Ann, 23, 308 Casady, Donald R., 239 Casey, Keith William, 334 Caslavka, Lynne Duane, 191, 332 Caspers, Lorraine May, 100 Cass, William Bedford, 125, 336 Cart, ll. Bruce, 32, 350 Carey, Aubrey Alan, 356 Chadek, Ieannette Ann, 203 Chalhn, Toy Theresa, 314 Challed, Richard A., 244 Chamberlin, Judith A., 206, D1 Chambers, Margret E., 213 C11 nnez, Channer Suzanne Marie, 83, 300 , Phyllis A., lou Chapman, Allen Ray, 334 Chapman, Louise E., 316 Chastain, Sally Sue, 100, 246, 277 Chatcauvert, John L., 83, 356 Chesmor e, Ronald W., 262 Chcsterman, Nancy E., 215, 312 Chestnut, Gwendlyn J., 100 Childs, Jean Ann, 275 Choulcs, George T., 172, 211, 244 Christensen Ch arles 235 Christensen, Janet E., 100 Christensen, John E., 220 Christensen, Neal R., 324 Christensen, 344 Christensen, Ronald I., 194, 234 Christensen, Samuel O., 70, 223 Christie, Ch ristoll' Ch udaco Clancy, Clan ey, Patricia C., 308 ersen, Althea I., 248 fl, Norman E., 3410 Maclyn B., 74, 238, 249, 258 Richard Dean, 230 Clark, Billy Max, 64, 1127, 258 Clark, Craig, 224 Clark, Dale Calvin, 196, 197, 328 Clark, Dnrrance Dean, 64 Clark, Ernest Duane, 2114 Clark, John Patrick, 1911, 358 Clark, Phyllis Iune, 71 Clark, Rita Sue, 294 Clause, Karen, 314 Robert Q., 83, 235, 253, Conley, Mildred Bell, 84 Conn, Laural London, 316 Connell, Robert M., 96, 226 Connolly, Innet M., 100, 12, 277 Connolly, Judith Ann, 84, 21,8 Conover, Donna Lu, 303 Conway, Dixie Lee, 304 Conway, Francis S., 234 Cook, Richard larnes, 104, 237, 346 Cooney, Iames P., ir., 190, 32, 344 Cooper, Earl Roderick, 221, 2114 Cooper, Eiien L. M., 206 Cooper, Orris V., jr., 104 Coquillette, Peter D., 350 Comwell, Grant C., 230 Corter, Nancy, 275 Cory, Thomas Lincoln, 84, 189, 191, Cothern, James l-I., 78, 254 Coulson, Richard A., 213, 232 Courter, Lloyd W., 131, 213, 223, 255, 335 Cox, Alice lane, 300 Cox, Philip Gardiner, 346 Cox, Richard Lyle, 195 Cox, Robert Irving, 78 Crabbe, Alice Margery, 310 Crabtree, Ray S., 126, 127 Craft, Ann loan, 554, 308 Craig, Arlo Franklin, 84, 183, 190, 221, 239, Cramer, J. Alan, 257, 352 Crane, Thomas ll., 84, 254 Crawford, Carol F., 213, 215, 302 Crawford, Ronald G., S-il, 139, 191, 193 Crawford, Sheryl Ann, 84, 215, 310 Cray, John D., 64, 244 Cress, Russell YV., 183, 206, 350 Crone, Nellie Maxine, 298 Cronlc, Beverly Ann, 64, 245, 292, 305 Cronlz, Clillord R., 227 Cronkleton, Tltoxnas ll., 236 Crookliam, Carter C., 172 Cross, Helen Kay, 259 Cumming, William W., 3511 Cummings, Michael D., ISI, 338 Deasy, Richard E., 158, 160, 184, IS6, 240 DeCamp, lilloa G., 84, 304 Decker, Robert G., S4 Decker, William Wayne, 358 Dee, Nancy Wolcott, 275 Dcighton, Richard E., 121, 350 DeKalb, james Arnold, 213 DeKrauy, Warren Henry, 06, 235 Deluhery, Iames J., 74, 252, 259 Deinoney, Nova E., jr., 84, 121 Dcnho, Howard Edwarcl, 234 Dcnkholl, Raymond M., 254 Denning, Nancy Ruth, 100, 213 Dennis, 1-larold C., 356 Dcnz, Frank Leo, jr., 324 Dcrdall, Iohn Goodwin, 350 De Shaw, Julie, 206 Dessinger, Michael, 330 Dcterrnan, Benjamin M., 64 Detllmers, Iacquelyn M., 206, 306 Derrick, lack Loraine, 74 Devis, Richard, 258 Devries, Iohanna C., 100 Dcwlvrittain, Alice VV., 120 DeYarman, Thomas Hugh, 262 Dihlnle, Sondra Lou, 308 Dick, Iames Norton, 158 Dick, Richard Alan, 346 Dickinson, Roderick C., 64, 191, 355 Dierks, Beatrice E., 262 Dietz, Devon Dennis, 223 di Lorenzo, Bernadette. 84 Diment, Merle Morris, 84 Dingcs, john M., jr., 354 Dingman, Leroy Wayne, 195 Dippo, Robert E., 'YS Distclhorst, Audrey l., 303 Divis, Richard Fred, 74, 256 Dixon, Andrey Eleanor, 205, 272 Dixon, James Ellis, 249 Doane, Gaylen Bruce, 328 Dohrino, Donald E., 158, 160, 178 Doekendorll, Iohn R., 334 Dodge, Rebecca Mae, 275 Byrum, lean, 206, 300 C Cahill, Kevin Edwin, S3 Cain, Carl Cecil, 157, 172 Caldwell, Donald E., 335 Callahan, Matthew F., 74 Calvert, George M., 74, 238, 332 Camamo, Ioseph Albert, 330 Carnlnier, Robert Keith, 244 Camp, Donald Oliver, 70 Camp, Karen Christine, 310 Camp, Kay Maree, 71 Campbell, Lois Ann, 304 Canada, Iames M., 177 Cunady, Richard W., 342 Cano, Rosemary C., 23 Caplan, Gary Gene, 326 Caplan, Richard M., 96, 935, 243 Capps, Ronald Lewis, 178, 190, 239 Caraway, Lynn Dean, 96, 226 Carey, Richard W., 78, 244 Carl, Richard Henry, 345 Clausing, Elnora Mae, 254 Cleaver, Sarah, 314 Clements, Caroline M., 212 Clements, Judith lane, 83, 312 Clements, William H., 180, 346 Clemmensen, Gerald D., 6'-1 Clifton, Robert Lou, 177 Cline, Edora Lee, 262 Cline, Morgan Evan, 235, 253 Clinker, Virginia Lee, 302 Clithcro, Nancy lane, 214, 215, 302 Clizhe, Duane Lee, 352 Clute, james Lewis, S3 Coad, Cynthia Pryor, 33, 254 Cohle, Georgie loy, 83, 294 Cockburn, Kathleen A., 100 Cooking, Ioyce Marlyn, 83, 275 Coddington, Sally I., 83, 314 Coder, Virginia Lee, 310 Coe, Roger Norman, 209 Colhcld, Eleanor A., 294 Cogswell, Wayne, 196 Cohen, Elaine Frances, 118, 215, 33, 316 Cummins, Cameron S., 158, 160 Cummins, Phillip D., 158 Cunningham, Sheila A., 203, 245 Curran, William A., 336 Currell, Iohn 17., 223, 284, 285 Currier, Denny, 206 Curtis, George lvl., III, 323, 330 Curtis, Shirley Rita, 216, 300 Curtis, Sidney 1-l., 226 Custer, Milton F.. 2.26 Cutright, james R., 334 D Dafoe, Charlotte Ann, 314 Dagle, Charles Lewis, 96 Dahlberg, William ll., 223 Dahlgren, Philip A., 336 Dahnk, Donald Charles, 344 Daine, Dann David, 236, 253 Daine, Dorothy Diane, 303 Dalbey, Alice Louise, 84, 292. 312 Daley, Gerald Edward, 330 Dallinger, Carl A., 205, 250 Dodson, james Alson, 70 Doerr, Robert F., 1341, 2118, 352 Docrr, Stanley Gordon, 332 Dohrmann, Richard I., 183, 239 Doleh, Sylvia Alene, 303 Dolezal, Colleen M., 209, 215, 222, 248 306 Dom, Ronald, 64, 350 Domack, Rennett C., 34, 211, 242, 270, 273 Domer, Emily P., 252 Donahue, Mary Sue, 314 Dnnelson, Sylvia Sue, 208, 214, 215, 248, 270, 273 Donohue, Denis F., S4 Donovan, YVilliam R., S4 Donsker, Marcia Rose, 84, 126 Dorlncr, Walter Frank, 3411 Dorlancl, Marlene Faye, 203 Doseher, Carolyn E., 296 Doss, Doss, Ierome F., 84, 226 Norma Elizahetlt, 298 Duster, Delores A., 310 Dougherty, james F., 346 367 Green, Gray, Slunri Calvin, 86 Green, Cnrnlee Ellen, 272, 314 Green, Edward VVarreu, 226 Green, Eleanor Ann, 316 Green, Elizabeth Ann, 304 Green, Izimes Chalmers, SG, 221, 338 Green, Iezin Florence, 310 Green, L. lloyd, 158, 103 Green, Phyllis, 316 Ronald E., 257 Herbreehtmeyer, William G., 346 Greenberg, Stephen I., 86 Greene, Galen Edwin. 350 Greenwald, llownrd M., 2557 Greer, Iane Lurune, 86, I2'i, 251, 259 Gregory, Phyllis lean, 206, 306 Greig, George David, 280 Grice, David Lee. 230, 285 Grier, Iurnes lidward, 213, 352 Griesy, Curl Vnl, 97 llnnsel, Robert Gerald, 226 llansen, Carol Ienn, 314 Hansen, Carol Norma, 246 Hansen, Curtis Leroy, 256, 358 llnnsen. Don lrlarwnod, 78 llansen, Erik Riclmrrl, 213, 334 Hansen, Inck Dunne, 195 Hansen, Incl: Lee, 356 I-lansen, Norma Iean, 7l, 294 Hansen, Rolnnd F., 36, 334 llnnsnri, Edgar Alan, 234 llnnson Geraldine Ann, 275 Hnnson, I lu ppel, Puull R., 97, 235 NVilliam Ray, 352 Grillith, Catherine A., 212, 2511, 304 Grillllh, Charles Cl., ISJG Grilllth, Iumex linrl, 254 Grillilh, Rnlwrl Dean, 65 llarai, Myles Iitsuo, 194 I-Iartling, Gene Immcl. 288 Hardman, Edward M., 230 llnrdy, Franklin Iarnes, 232 Hargitt, Rollin Ierry, 86, 346 llargruve, Linda Kay, 306 llurl-ter, Faye Iean, 304 Harker, George Wesley, 65, 334 I-lnrkins. Roberta Mary, 206, 300 Harl, Jerry Dee, 346 70. 228 Grillith, Thnrnus Kaine, 97 Grimm, Willinm George, 65, 322, 356 Grippn Allen lidwurd , 86 Cruenewolcl, Kaye, 275 Groom, Robert Dunne, 65, 354 Grnssheim. Patil W. 65, 190 Grove, Incl: Paul, 65 Cruhe, Orin Charles. 226 Grnh n, Gene Roller! , H6 Gruver, Neill R., 86, 3118 Guenther, Rnlvcerl H., 191, 204, 258, llarlan, Teri Ann, 310 llurrns, Mary Inne, 125, 209, 222, 24 262, 306 l lztrms, Patricia, 100 l-larrns, Ronald V., 70 llarnugul, Annette, 302 I-Iarpcl, Nancy Mae, 247 l-larper, Luis Ann, 86 S, llnrrel,' William Waldo, 207, 336 llarrington, Alyec Ann, 248, 293, 294 llarringlon, Regis A., 65, 190, 196 Gustafson, Rupert R., 328 Gustafson, Willinm F.. 255 Cuth, Donald Donn, 348 Guth, Durwnrd ll.. S6 Guthrie, Richard li., 212, 346 Gutlirie, Rolvcrt Uriel, Sli Cuttenleltler, Doris I., IIS, 30-4 Gutz, Iohn li., 336 Cutz, Lorraine Annu, SG Guy, Suzanne Becker, 218, 314 Gyorog, Donald Alex, 344 H Hanck, Robert Inmes, 78 l-laherly, Iilllifl Mite, SG, ll6 Haddy. Gloria Mae, 213, 222, 262, 270 273 Hadley, Alice Amelia, 278 l-lait, Phyllis Bnrlaara, 213, 216, 316 Hagan, Arthur Darrell, 200 Hagan, Iohn David, 323 llugen, IuAnn Patricia. 314 Hagen, Rally Neil, 86, 236, 345 I-Iagcns, Inniee Lee, 308 llngens, Virginia Luis, 308 lrlngenson, Paul Edward, 204, 255, 288 Hahn, Frederick VV.. Ir., 207, 284 Hahn, Marjorie lillen. SG, 222, 2112, 251, 304 lrlahnu, Murcia Ann, 206 1-Iallmiich, David Frank, 330 Hnlhnch, Inmes I.., ISS, 230 Hale, Inner, 100, 247 Hnll, Dnniel Loc, 234 Hall, Innet Arlene, 1214 I-lztll, Iuhn Mnrris, 323, 356 1-lall, Iulin Wesley, jr,, SG, 158, 163, 191 llnlsey, Charles ll., l95 llalstnter, Bruce Trum, 104 lrlalverson, Donald C., l58, 356 Halverson Gurdon W., 230 llnmersly, Danna Belle, 65, 245 Iluntilum, Iurnes Clark, 70 Hamilton, l-lamillun, TIICJIYIXIS S., 206, 223,336 Tum, 244 Iacobson llnmrn, Donald Dann, 65, 190, 280 Hummer, Richard W., 235 Hzmimer, William Park, 255 lrlrmnnenitrorn, Iuleanne, 302 Hammond, Donald E., SG 1-lanmton, Donald Lee, 195, 328 1-Inneher, Mary Susan, 314 Hancock, Edwin Ioe, 240 I-1ancIl'ord, Ilnrvey A., 234 Harris, Lowell Norman, 326 I-lurris, Sandra jenn, 223, 306 I-Iurrisun, Cecile E., 265 llarl, David Edward, S6 liurtleip, Duane Lyle, 86, 226 Hartley, Inyee Ianiec, 308 l'-lamnnn, Franklin Lee, 230 Hartman, Sandra Lee, 318 llartmtinn, Christian D., 206 llnrtung, George M., 195, 348 Harvey, Charles, 230, 241 llnrvey, l2lwnoz.l R., 352 l-lnrvey, Ierry Dale, 70 Harvey, Robert Frank, 328 l'li'1Sl'7Y!ll!li, Richard IZ., 65 llascguwn, Emiko Amy, Sli, 254 Ilasley, Eldon Andrew, 180 Hass, Albert Imnes, 346 l'lassel'iruek, Roy, ir., 236 llasson, Clara 312 llntch, Iames Daniel, 65, 158, 163, 352 Hatch, Toni Robert, 158, 352 l'lall'ield, NVilliam K., 3-'16 llnltery, Inhn Iocl, 346 Haularoek, Larry Dunn, 104, 324 l-luuer, Mary Margaret, 86, 116, 292, l-latin, Bnrlmra E., 218 Hauser, Iunnt Elaine, 214, 216, 296 lrlnusmnn, Alun Michael, 255, 340 l-lavenhill, Iane Ann, 314 llliver, I-inrold Gordon, 334 l-lavereamp, Rielmrd P., 74, 257 l-law, Rielmrd Cnlvin, 70, 232 Hmvks, Sully Ann, 171 llawllmrne. Lester Loc, 172, 178, 342 llnyes, Dale Russell, 352 llnyes, Harold Nelson, 328 llaycs, Inhn Hutchison, 104 Hayes, Iuhn Michael, 65 llays, Barbara Ioy, 71, 306 Hays, Lnrry Ross, 338 Hazen, Iohn Glenn, 352 lluzletl. Robert M., SG, 239, 2140 llcarl, Iames V., 158, 163, 190 Healy, Lynn Edward, 70 Ilebel, Charoltle A., 310 lluherling, Ann Dolly, 312 llcdgc, Herbert Roy, 232 lfledglin, Ianiee Anne, 294 lledlin, Karin C., 86 Heeg, Carol Kay, 206, 294 llelti, Marilyn Rose, 87, 221 I-lugyg ,Peer Sieglreid, 177 Haugarlner. Margaret. 86, 306 l-Iankins, Ioyce Y,, 86, ll4, 119 I-Imurnlmri, Imhn Thomas, 65, 258 Hansel, George Loren, 190, 259 lfleiring, Gt-urge W.. 87 Heldridgc, Robert M., 206. 221, 334 llelmkc, Phyllis Fee, 87, 306 Hemmen, Marion Harvey, 244 191, 304 Henderson, Bernard L., 338 Henderson Carolyn R., 314 H enderson Henderson Hendricks, Mary Dell, S7 Vvilliam M., 324 ,Clillorcl A., 234 Hendrickson, Roger V., 26 Henclriekson, Janet M., 272, 300 Heng, Mary Ann, S7 Hcninger, Ralph H., 87, 328 Henkel, Leon Charles, l96, 197 I-lennelly, William P., 360 Henning, Janelle Faye, 203, 223 Henning, Kay Ianice, 100 Henry, Margaret M., 306 Henry, Paula Iean, 125, 310 Hensehen, Beverly J., 125, 215, 296 Hepner, Iames Orville, 87, 189, 190, 195, 3341 Herring, Pat, 275 1-ierriott, Mariana, 254 Hershey, Roger Dean, 355 Herieen, Iames VV., 196, 197, 332- Hertz, Christian O., 87, 171, 354 n Hopkins, Roger See, S7, 191, 336 Hopkins, Stuart K., 257 Horn, Dolores Ann, 100 Horn, IoAnn Dorothy, 294 Hornaday, Robert NV., 333 Hornloaker, Carolyn J., 65, 241, 245 Horner, Charles A., 338 Horner, Iill Marsh, 237, 304 Horsley, Arthur W., 97 Hoskins, John lrluwarrl, 354 Hotz, Ieanne Marie, 48, 100, 117, 211, 277 Houck, Garvis Gordon, 104, 358 Houck, Marilyn, 87 Hong, Elizabeth Dell, 310 Houlihan, Thomas D., 352 Houser, Forrest H., S7 Houser, James Edward, 322, 354 Howard, Alice Elaine, 87 Hess, Carolyn Anne, 310 Hess, Ierry Lewis, 87, 190, 257 I-Ietherington, VVilliam, 65 Hicklin, Robert V., jr., 183, 356 Hielnnan, Mary Helen, 223, 302 1-lickok, Donald Bruce, 74, 190, 256 Hicks, James Ronald, 342 Higginbottnm, Arthur, 196, 197 I-lighlancl, Emmy Lou H., 304 Hile, Nancy Pearl, 206, 265 Hill, Dean George, 360 Hill, Hill, Frank Victor, 179 Iack Otto, 65 1-Iill. Irihn Iames, 194 Hill, Hill, Linda Iean, 312 Linda Ioan, 125, 296 Hiller, David Morrill, 74 Hilton, Jeanine Leota, 213, 302 Hinson, Daniel, 336 Hintz, D. Charles, 97 Hinz, Janice Darlyne, 272 Hippoka, VVilliam, 78 Hirsvsh, Donald Eugene, S7 Hise, Vllilliam Porter, 181, 352 I-lite, Frederick L., 230 Inlite, Maurine, 294 Hielmaas, Ian Robert, 230 I-Ilaing, Maung Thein, 74 Ilrmg, Isabel Susan, 87 Hnaglin, Martha Ann, 312 Hobart, Mary Io, 310 I-Iochstein, C. Lee, 158 I-Ioehstetler, M. Vivian, 65, 121, 214, 215, 242, 245 Hnckmuih, Richard, 234 Hodge, David Wayne, D3 Heel, Richard Lee, 87 I-lol, George Melville. lSl, 346 Holley, Iemld George, 352 Hoffman, Jeanette Mae, 298 Hellman, Leonard W., 194, 206, 284 Hellman, LeRoy Keith, 236 Hellman, Robert M., 226 I-Iogan, William Ioseph, 65 I-Ioglan, Victor H., 336 Hogshead, Howard Paul, 226 Holaday, Mary Ioan, 203, 245 Holder, Donald Herman, 158 Holland, Daniel Ira, 340 Hollander, Iack Roger, 340 lrlnllnntler, Vllilliam R., 324 I-Iollernn, Brent J., 330 1-Iollien, Harry F., 183 Holman, Willard W., ir., 172, 346 I-Iolmes, Katherine Ann, 108, 312 Holmes, Paul Roger, S7, 211, 280 Holt, Marshall Myron, 87, 191, 212, 3 Holt, Sharon Lee, 125, 294 Holtc, James Allan, 211 Hnlthaus, Wallace H., 236 Honeywell, Larry Gene, 330 Hnnsell, August F., 346 Hood, Richard Arthur, ISI, 258, 356 Hooker, Robert E., jr., 130, 257 I-Inopes, lane Butler, 298 Ifloups, Ieanne Ann, 306 Hoover, Richard Wayne, 74, 249, 258 Hopkins, Ierene Anne, 314 1-Iopkins, Iulia Anne, 253 Howard, Beth Ione, 125, 273 Howard, Dale Allen, 87 Howard, David Lee, 262 Howard, Iohn L., 255 Howard, Robert Lee, 330 1-Iowarcl, Roberta I., 215, 293, 298 Howard, , Howell, Harold, 177 Howell, Iohn Floyd, 87, ISI, 350 Paul, 354 Russell S. jr., 356 Howell, Hoyer, William Ioseph, 344 Hoyt, Max E., 104, 190 Hratlek, Richard W., 256, 253 Hubbard, Iames W., 338 Huber, Elinore Naya, 125, 310 I-Iuewe, Phil Ioseph, 234 Hugelen, Gloria Ann, 254 Hugins, Ianet Marie, 310 Huihregtse, Robert R., 65, 124, 126, 127 Hull, Charles Neilert, 235 Hulme, Steven Edward, 262, 334 Hultgren, Clarence W., 356 Hultman, Ioyee M., 272 Hultquist, I. Keith, 74, 249, 258 Hummel, Don Franklin, 65 ' 1-Iunn, Iack Thomas, 87, 257, 322, 336 Hunt, Iean Carol, 294 Hunt, Leon Malcolm, 104 Hunt, Virginia, 218, 314 Hunter, Elizabeth P., 302 Hunter, Iacqueline S., 216 Hunter, Mary Ebba, 314 Hunting, Edwin, O., jr., 332 Huntley, Emma Inne, 298 Hurring, Lincoln W., 179 Husmann, Iohn Dean, 87 l-Iutehinson, Michael F., 195, 336 Hutchisori, Theodore M., 244 Hutten, Robert L., 342 Huygens, Donald VV., 284 I Ingels, Frances Lee, S7 Ingle, XValter Eugene, 257 Ingram, Walter Bowen, 74 Inman, Donald Elon, 65, 158, 163, 191 Irons, Maurice H., jr., 65 Irwin, Robert Louis, 336 Isenberger, 'Willard I., 87, 243, 248, 284, 285 Israelith, Ruth, 275 Iverson, David Iames, 190, 322, 332 38 I Iackson, Ardis Ann, 294 Iackson, Iackson, Burton Ray, 78 Iudy Mae, 273 Iackson, Lloyd G., 78 Iacobs, Dan C., 158 Iacobs, Gordon W., 235 Iacolns, Virginia Lee, 224, 265 Iacobson, Arlo Mervin, 87 I acobso n Iaeobson Barbara Ann, 87 1 Charlotte L., 316 Iacobson, Katherine A., 87 Iaeobson, Norman N., 259 Iacobson, Richard T., 65, 230 Iacobson, Rochelle S., 125, 316 , Thomas I., 179, 240, 255 Jaeger, Carl S.. 66, 352 Jaeger, Iohn William, 331 Iames, Maribeth, 38, 39, 100, 109 Iames, Richard C., 350 369 Jamison, Rex Lindsay, 87, 26, 243 Jan, Don Herbert, 195 Jansen, John Thomas, 344 Janss, William B., 97, 235 Jecklin, Dirk Carlton, 70, 232 JeH'ers, John Robert, 251, 257 Jeffery, Judith Jac, 23 Jehle, Kenneth Lee, 158 Jenkins, Marcia Alice, 304 Ienkinson, Harlan H., 158, 239, 352 Jenlcinson, Jerry Jay, 352 Jens, Kenton Arthur, 346 125, 300 Jung, Darlene Natalie, Justen, Peter Joseph, 342 Justice, Robert Lee, 240 K Kahler, Delsena Ellen, 203 Kaiman, Paul, 340 Kair, Lowell Allan, 230 Kaminkowitz, Grace, 124, 126, 251, 259, 316 Kline, David Lyle, 258, 328 Klinger, Marilyn M., 88 Klingle, Robert D., 124, 126, 127, 336 Klingler, Janet Ann, 205 Klink, Douglas Dean, 235 Kiontz, Herbert Arvid, 338 Klootwyk, Marion E., 65 Kloppenburg, Gary C., 88, 190 Kloppenburg, Maxine, A., 265, 272 Knight, Ramona Lee, 306 Kn1ighn, Donald, 236 Knoebel, Ralph Walter, 158 Jensen, Arno Lee, 234, 253 Jensen, Carl Leroy, 87, 191, 338 Jensen, Don Arlen, 356 Jensen, Duane Arthur, 66, 334 Jensen, Jensen, Dwight E., 87, 257 Janis Lou, 304 Kainmerer, Richard D., 75 Knott, Kathryn Kay, 101 Jensen, Marilyn Ann, 304 Jensen, Merle Herbert, 66, 178, 191, 342 Jensen, Patricia, 87, Z9 Jensen, Richard A., 352 Jensen, Sally Gayle, 272 Jensen, Ted Wayne, 173, 352 Jensen, Thomas R., 87, 191 Jtergens, June, 270 Jesina, Carl Lee, 104 Jewel, Philip Davis, 97 Jewett, Frederick L., 332 Jochimsen, Marvin W., 196, 197 Joehumsen, Ann M., 245, 306 Johannsen, Sandra Lea, 308 Johannsen, Stanley W., 336 Johansen, Walter I-L, 74, 259 Kanellis, Eldan C., 158 Kapenstein, Ira, 131, 220, 257, 322, 326 Kappelman, Norma E., 101 Karl, Edward Herbert, 213, 340 Kassler, John Peter, S7 Kaster, James W., 215, 223, 259, 334 Kastner, Robert H., 356 Kalelman, Harriet M., 125, Kauffman, Craig S., 28 Kaufman, Marilyn Kay, 101, 207, 277 Kay, Vernita Mae, 101 Keatinge, Murray, 184, 186 Keefe, Patfick Thomas, 338 Keeier, Patricia J,, 296 Keehn, Richard Haden, 334 Keeline, Joan Michael, 223 Kceton, Mary Anne, SS, 314 Kegerreis, Jo Anne, S8 Keiper, 316 Robert Louis, 348 294 Kundel, Robert Ray, 235 Johnson, Ann Laurel, 125, 209, 248, 3 Johnson, Betty K., 248, 306 Johnson, Carol Lee, 245 Johnson, Carroll E., 158, 336 Johnson, Charlene May, 100 Johnson, Charles A., 97, 234 Johnson, Charles E., 232 Johnson, Charlotte A., 100 Johnson, Cheryl Ann, 294 Johnson, Claudia Lynn, 206, 314 Johnson, Craig Leol, 78, 244 Johnson, Don Ernest, 262 Johnson, Donald C., 66 Johnson, Donald Glen, 87 Johnson, Edwin L., jr., 209, 360 Johnson, Cordon Keil, 262 Johnson, James Renus, 158 Johnson, Judith Ann, 87 Johnson, Johnson, Lawrence E., 255, 284 Lois Kay, 265 Johnson, Marilyn M., 223 Johnson, Martha Belle, 318 Johnson, Marylyn Mae, 275 Johnson, Johnson, Nancilee A., 101 Richard Mark, 104 Johnson, Robert K., 206, 323, 358 Johnson, Roy Ernest, 221, 254 Johnson, Roy Stewart, 172, 239, 354 Keith, Kay Anne, 207, 248, Keith, Sandra Rae, 3114 Keizer, Joe11e Wahl, 88, 206 Kellar, Lorrence T., 238, 336 Kelley, James Louis, 1552 Kell y, Kelly, Grace, 209, 211 Kathryn Jane, 254 Kelly, Larry Kay, G6 Kelly, Maureen Elaine, 119, 294 Kelly, Thomas WValker, 97 Kelly, William Manly, 342 Kcmis, Robert Dean, 354 Kemp, Kemp, Henry F., III, 346 John Richard, 75, 238, 249 Krnitlson, Charles F., 244, 344 Knudsvig, Lein Joseph, 66 Knutson, Janet Mary, 312 Kobliska, Ronald John, 322, 328 Koch, Hermann Henry, 8, 88, 183, 257, 342 Kocirnski, Anthony D., 240 Koehler, Richard C., SS Koenig, Michael, 75, 251, 257, 258, Koerner, Walter David, 324 Koester, Fred Phillip, 360 Koevenig, Jarnes Louis, SH Kohl, Janet Kay, 125, 310 Kohlhaas, Philip V., 342 Kolpack, Marvin VV., 235 Koch, Dean 17., 97 Koons, Donald Deane, 328 Koontz, Whealen M., 209, Koplen, Judith Ann, 205 Korneisel, Karl K., 66 Korneisel, Keith E., 70, 232 Korns, Katharine A., 216, 251, 304 Korns, Michael Edward, SS Koss, Lawrence Leroy, S8 Kottman, Elmer John, 129 Kottong, Gerald Wayne, 185, 259, 230 Kozlen, Jack Lee, 3110 Kozlen, Ruth, 316 Krallt, Dorothy Rae, SS Kraft, Karen, 306 Kragt, Preston R., 228 Krall, Albert Frank, 66, 258 255 Johnson, Sandra, 206, 221, 312 Johnson, Shirley Ann, 87 Johnson, Wilbur E., 97 Johnston, Glenn M., 179, 239, 240, 352 Johnston, Jack Dale, 66 Johnston, Richard C., 226 Johnstone, George R., 158 Jones, Ca1vinJack, 156, 158, 163 Jones, Daniel, 158 Jones, Keith Lloyd, 354 Jones, Louise Marilyn, 216, 304 Jones, Lowell Milton, S7, 322, 342. Jones, Marcia M., 206, 318 Jones, Marion Lewis, 87, 328 Jones, Michael John, TS, 250 Jones, Ralph Fletcher, 280 Jones, Robert Elvin, 338 Jones, Robert Patrick, 66, 227 Jones, Shirley Jo, 308 Jordan, 13. Dwight, 97 Jordan, Marilyn Ruhl, 101 Jordan, Mary Lorraine, 125, 302 Jorgensen, Glorianne, 318 Jorgensen, Sven T., 196, 197, 330 Jorgensen, Terry C., 330 Joseph, Joann Miriam, 316 Jostad, Allegra Anita, S7 Joy, James Richard, 352 Joy, Mark LaVerne, 334 Judd, Howard Gordon, 179, 194 Judge, 3 70 Patricia M., S7 Kenefick, Thomas W., 338 Kennedy, James C., jr., 334 Kennedy, Richard W., 354 Kent, Joan, 101, 277 Kent, Thomas Hugh, 224 Keprus, Ellen Theresa, 273 Kepros, Peter Frank, 97 Kepros, Stanley G., 28 Keri, Thomas, 190, 322, 338 Kern, Richard Arthur, 190 Kerwin, John Edward, 330 Kessler, Kathcryn M., 221 Kessler, Thomas Dale, 343 Kettelkarnp, Donald B., 97, 225 Keltelkamp, Richard G., 226 Kettellcamp, William E., Kieffer, William J., 234 Kiger, Ronald Lee, 333 Killebrew, Richard F., 342 Kimmel, Margaret Ann, Kincaid, Don Benjamin, King, Don Lewis, .28 King, Helen Marie, 296 King, Martha Anne, SS Kinne, Morris, SS, 350 Kinquist, Mary E., 302 Kinter, Gretchen, 12 Kipf, Roger Bemard, 334 Kirby, Cecelia Jane, 213, 216, 222, 314 Kirby, Mary Louise, 296 Kirehoif, Jordon Karl, 358 Kireholf, Stan, 358 Kirkegaard, Rodger S,, 226 Kirkwood, John R., 88, 244 Kirtley, William T., 333 Kirwan, Celeste, C., 294 Kitch, Paul Edward, 184, 186 Kitchen, Clyde Keith, SS, 226, 243 Kitchen, Jerry D., S52 Kitterman, Jack Aneil, 101 Klass, Margaret L., 88 Klauer, James Dennis, 235 Klauser, Marcia Ellen, SS Kleeman, Carole, 88 Klehfeth, Shirley Ann, 101, 296 Klein, Sally Elaine, 125, 316 Klein, Wiley Peter, 28 226 29S 180, 342 Krane, Marcia WVelcker, 88 Krane, Robert Alan, 66, 189, 190 Krantman, Rochelle S., 316 Krapll, Patil Cletus, 344 Kratz, Karen Joy, 101, 247, 277 Kratzke, Maureen S., 222, 254, 306 Krause, William A., 352 Kraushaar, Maurice E., S8 Kregel, John I-Ienry, 334 Kremenalc, Charles, jr., 70, Kress, George Jude, 342 Kroening, Arlene Rae, 125, Krohn, Gary Lete, 338 Kruggel, John Louis, 236 Krumholtz, David R., 334 Kuehn, Richard Allyn, SS, Kuhlman, NVilliam E., 97 232 215, 216 236 236 Kuiper, Richard Lee, 239,y240, 280 Kukegunrd, Virgil, 236 9 Kuntlel, Donald W., 235, -53 Kunik, Betty Ann, 223, 316 Kunik, Harriet, 316 Kunzman, James D., 234 Kurtz, Kenneth Karl, 178, 239 Kushner, Harriet F., S8 Kutter, Bonnie Lee, 293, 303 Kuwabara, Roger K., SS L Laeina, Ruby Carolyn, 270 Laliey, Donna Jean, 272 Lahman, Marian Lois, 21 Lamar, Helen Curran, 304 Laiviar, John Wasson, 235 Lamar, Leonard 1-L, 342 Lambert, Marcia E., 265 Larnm, Mildred Ruth, S8 Lampc, Arion Edward, 223 Landess, Margaret S., 206, 296 Landess, Robert C., 171, 213. 336 Landschulz, William R., 66, 352 Lane, Beverly Ann, 854 Lang, Edgar Everton, 258 Lang, Joanne M., 206, 223, 318 Langiitt, Susan E., 206, 294 190, 326 240, , 300 Langhol Langhol z, Phyllis Mae, 272 z, Robert W., 254 Lansing, Eugene H., 97 Lanson, Jerry, 338 Larsen, Elna Ann, 101 Larson, Albert Roy, 88 Larson, Anne Adair, 215, 294 Larson, Doris JoAnn, 101 Larson, Jerry Leroy, 193 Larson, Marcia Kay, 310 Larson, Michael Dome, 352 Larson, Nelle E., 66 Larson, Robert R., 328 Larson, Sharon Jeanne, 310 Latch, Nancy Jane, 300 Lathrop, Emilie P., 88, 254, 273 Laughery, Jack A., 334 Laughlin, Thomas M., 190 Latinspaeh, Barbara A., 216, 245, 258, 294 Lavallee, Felicia S., 88 LaVclIe, John Peter, 66 Lavery, George B., jr., 230 Lavigne, Pat, 275 Lawdahl, Ann Dee, 248, 298 Lawler, John Thomas, 288 Lawson, Frank Douglas, 236 Lawson, Phillip W., 356 Lawson, Warren Glenn, 66, 158, 164, ISS, 189, 190, 239 Lazio, Virginia Mae, 206 Leach, Jack Arthur, 288 Leaehman, John David, 356 Leahy, Philip Wayne, 158, 184, 1236, 194 Lear, Martha Frances, 314 Leavitt, Harvey R., 325 Leber, Jerome Francis, 88, 239, 358 Lelxer, Thomas David, 178, 358 Lellron, Laurent J., SS, 344 LeBuhn, Paul Edward, 250 Leehelt, Ronald Keith, 235 LeCoq, John Richard, 70, 243 Lee, Wanda Nadine, 101 Lee, William Charles, 352 Leehey, Paul J., 26 Lei1', Alan Robert, 346 Lehman, George R., 65 Lehman, John Ditter, 234 Leiehscnring, Lori L., 247, 277, 278 Leichtman, Robert R., S8 Leighty, Terry Lowell, 206, 23, 336 Lein, Don Curtis, 221 Leistikow, Lttvern E., 75, 256, 258 Lemhcke, Margaret E., S8 Lendt, Lee Allan, S9 Lennon, Cynthia, 308 Leo, John Baptist, 70, 232 Leon, Thomas, 342 Leonard, Larry, 39, 240 Leroux, Lorraine P., 101 Leuer, Kenneth C., ISO, 239, 352 Levene, Bruce, David, 326 Levin, Bennett Steele, 89, 190 Levinson, Stanley R., 89, 186 Levis. James Harold, 335 Levsen, Janice, 66, 212, 241, 292, 302 Lewis, Alan Darrell, 330 Lewis, Barbara Jane, 39, 293 Lewis Eileen J., 101, 216, 242 Lewis, Gerald Edwin, 334 Lewis James, S9 Lewis, Marcia, 216, 298 Lewis a Maurice L., 236 Lewison, Richard E., GG Lias, Thomas Lee, 223 Libby, Eldon Emory, 257 Lichtenherger, Horst, 356 Liehty, James Edward, S9 Lielny, Jo Ann, 89, 302 Liehman, Sylvia, 'HG Liewer, John Patil, 236 Liike, William Lee, 75, 212, ZZO, 238, 252 Lim, Sangun, 208 Limesand, Donovan E., 235 Limesand, Lois M., 101 Lindanger, Earl L., 195 Linde, Marlin Dewayne, 350 Linder, Ju Anna, 270, 273 Lindquist, Anne S., 304 Lindquist, William G., 249 Lindsay, Allan Clyde, 356 Linihan, William E., 89, 191, 330 Meine, Link, Iames Ferdinand, 256 Link, Iol-in George, 244 Lipkowiiz, Shirley, 316 Lipshutz, Stanley 1-l., 340 Liston, john llumlcl, 172 Little, Donna Lee, 2015, 215, 223, 272, 306 Litvack, Sanford M., 326 Liverzey, Lillian, 234 Livingston, lfivelyn I., 89, 116, 216, 302 Lloyd, Iames Iivans, 66, 189, 191 Loerke, Shirley A.. 101, 1112 Logan, William, 157, 172, 1130 Long, David Ainsworth, 1941, 252 Long, Marlys lnrraine, 262 Long, Paul joseph, S9 Looney, Clark DL-an, 183 Lools, Dnn Leroy, 89, 221, 244 Lorenz, Mervyn, 101 Loseu, Lynn, 342 Lowe, David Gerald, 125, 248 Lowcnherg, Mabel li., S9 Lowry, ,luck William, 354 Lulain, Donald Sundell, 340 Lucas, Fredrick Ross, 179, 239, 240 Luce, Mary Helene, 122, 273, 300 Ludvigsnn, llnrolrl W., 262 Luhman, Lowell A., 89, 235 Luhrw Pcgf' lou 27" ., 'ia A , - - Lunan, Luah l.,m-cne, 101, 242, 246, .277 Luneclortl. Dunivan L., 252 Lurulquist, Willinm A., 3413 Lungrcn, Curlis David, 332 Lustcd, Dean, 97 Luth, Iames Fredrick, 194, 196, 197 Luthnns, Nancy Ann, 308 Luther, Marilyn Ruth, 101 Luthro, Robert Lee, GG, 230 Lux. Iurnes Schaek, 338 Lyman, Iunc Carol, 245. 306 Lynlverg, Charles A., 250 Lynch, Richard, 336 Lynn, Vlrginiu Myrthu, 89, 275 Lynmviler, Rohert L., GG Lyon, Marilyn Marie, 272 Lyons, Larry Maurice, 342 M Ma, Bernard, 75 Mabry, Ricllartl Drake, 257 MacKenzie, Roxanne M., 89, 23111 Mackey, Bailu, Ioann, 272 MucNisl1, Nnmlic Ivan, 262, 318 Macomlner, Thnnms lf., 39, 191 Maddison, Gayle IE., 223, 302 Matler, Marilyn Alice, 2011, 223, 300 Madison, Dun Lester, 335 Madsen, Richard Q., 78, 254 Madsen, Robert ll., 230 Maggerl, Imnes Robert, GG, 196, 250 Mahon, Gerald Laverne, 195 Mululn, Penucl E., 203 Malcolm, Roderic William, 89, 342 Malcom, Janice lean, S9 Malek, john Cyril, 97 Manly, William F,, S9, 338 Mann, Thomas Parker. 280 Munnles, llllius N,, 97, 234 Mansheirn, Barbara E., S9 Mauvitz, Helen, 316 Manvllz, Rngene. S9, 3115 Murnncll, Gary M., S9 Marblestone, Ethel, 215, 316 Mnrlieltl, Don, 354 Margret, Dell, 275 Maricnau. Fred Elwood, 97 Mariner, George M., Sli, 190, 338 Mark, Allyn Lewis, 255, 342 Mark. Harold F., 334 Markham, john Lewis, S9 Marlin, james W., jr., 89. ll-ll Marlin, lean Wilmeth. S9 Marple, Charles T., 334 Mart, Larry lirncsl. 193, 205, 240 Martel, Augustine H., 172 Marten, Murray T., 340 Martens, Gloria Gay, 300 Marlin, Ailclberl L., 2541 Mnrtin, Charles Dyer, 234 Marlin. Nick, 104, 358 Martin, Sara Ann, 310 Marlinkus, Iames A., 158 Mnsbruch, Melvin D., 195 Masciopinto, Anthony, 75, Loi. Mason, Gerald Mcrvin, 326 Masselink. Maru Guy, 304 Massier, Marcia Alice, 310 Matheson, lildean Myrl, 158, 164 Mathews, Iohn Russell, 184 Mathis. Iounne, 296 Matsui, Eddie jhigeo, 66 Mattes, Daniel, 350 Matteson, Richmond A., S9 Matthew, Barbara Ann, 254 Matykicwicz, Louis F., 89, 158, 164, Mau, Tommy Henry, 248, 352 Mauglman, john F., 235 Maurer, Marilyn Anne, 314 Maurer, Richard john, 196, 197 Mavis, Sara Lynne, 312 Maxwell, Gale Brison, 332 May, Harold Dean, GG, 350 Maylield, Betty Ann, 89, 218 Maywald, Joyce Ioan, 296 Mazza, JoAnn Mary, 125 TFT Mcliritle, Suzanne Gay, 43, 89, 113, 312 Mcliroorn, lack Stewart, 3511 McCall, Eileen M., 265 McCall, Ioan Marilyn, 89, 216, 296 McCann, Eldon Ray, 254 McCann, Terrence John, 180 1VlcCardell, Edmund A., 89, 342 McCarclcll, jeunne K., 214, 215, 304 McCarthy, Duane R., 26 McCarthy, Martin N., 89 McCartney, Keith Dale, GG, 191, 193 McCauley, Richard E., 66, 180, 190, 350 McClain, Iames l'I., 338 McClnry, Susan C., 304 McClalchey, Mary Ann, 265, 270, 273 McClellan, David L., 97, 215, 253 NleCliritoc1c, William D., 70 McCollistcr, Robert P., 66 McCom.lis, Richard Lee, 70, 232 McConnell, Charles I., 177, 338 McCoy, Donna Lee, 89, 205, 300 McCoy, john Bernard, 97 lV1CCl'l1i1, Louis William, 352 McCruskey, David I., 180 McCullough, Iames A., 181 McCutcl1eon, james A., 249 McDermott, Susan G., 312 McDevitt, William P., 234 McDonald, Elizabeth, 295 McDonald, John A., 244, 358 McDonald, William B., 73 McEwen. Iohn Russell, 21 McFadden, Vincent M., 1128 Mcliarlanrl, Daniel L., 89, 191 McGee, Don Ivan, 256 McGee, Glen Merl, 78 Meflhan, Drmalil Kay, 252 McGinnis, Sheila K., 304 McGiverin, Arthur A., 2-114 McGivcrn. Cnnna I.. 220 McGovern, Patrick I., 35S McGowan, Patricia E., 203 McGrath, David Evert, 66 lvIcGrath. Myrtle Mary, 89, 203, 2.23 McGrath. Patrick A., 180 Mcfirnlh, William Earl, GG, 230 McGregor, Helen Clare, 273 McGuire, john T., 350 McGuire, Madonna lane, 293, 304 Mcllraih, Jane Ann. 314 Mclnlyre, Wendell R., 89 McKay, Richard Allen, 226 McKay. Thomas W,, 66, 336 McKean, Gale Keith, 220, 262 Melfelvey, Brick Paul, 104 Mclierelier, Theodore C., 232 David Lee, 330 McKinney. McKinney, Iames D., 205, 354 McKinney, john l.avvum, 78 l'vleKnight, james D., 334 Mr:1.nchlan. Edward A., 197 McLaren, Iudilh Ellen, 35, lll, 304 McLaughlin, lidwiiril I., 236 Mcl.aughlin, Inhn I.. 89, 338 1Vlul.augl1lin, Mary Rita, S9, 203 MuMirlmn, Donna lean, 89, 204, 312 McManus, Ronald Gene, 221, 358 McMui-lin. Grant E., 250 MeMonigle. lane C., 90, 275 McNally, lean E., 253 McNamara, Connie Mae, 90, 298 McNertney, William I., 78, 254 McNulty, john William, 352 McPherson, Roland V., 193 McQuillen, Donald C., 90 McSorley, Richard D., 338 McVay, Marlene Ioan, 318 McNVilliams, Virginia, 310 Mead, Iames Patrick, 344 Mead, Wayne Morgan, 196, 336 Means, Richard Paul, 358 Means, Ronald Lee, 354 Mears, Gary I-L, 323, 332 Meder, Prudence Alice, 214, 216, 302 Meek, Kenneth Robert, 158, 164, 178 Meeker, Romain Clarke, 350 Megehelsen, john Paul, 228 Dean Lceroy, 78, 250 Mitchell, Louann Marcia, 101, 216, 277 278 Mitchell, Richard S., 334 Miles, Don, 235 Mixson, Barbara E,, 209, 248, 312 Moelk, Mary lean, 265 Moellering, Lois Anne, 90 Moellering, Margaret, 305 Moen, Donne Philip, 352 Mogle, Miriam Gail, 209, 216, 248, 310 Mohrman, Frederick G., 205 Moldenhaucr, Wayne A., 70, 182, 228 Molloy, Iohn Madison, 75, 238, 257 Molyneux, Dorothy I., 101 Monson, Roger Lynn, 104 Montgomery, Betty K., 90 Montgomery, Iames A., 90, 26 Montgomery, lean, 125, 218, 310 Montgomery, Marvin W., 230 Meinhardt, Lois Anne, 296 Mcis, Paul I., 221 Melchert, Duane F., 256 Melchert, Ionett, 308 Melms, Diane Marie, 90 Melsh, Nita Marie, 272 Menard, lane E., 308 Menard, William Owen, 350 Mendenhall, Roger K., 75, 256, 334 Menclon, Gary Charles, 206, 336 Mentzer, Carol Roxie, 272 Merrill, Marydale, 223, 308 Merulla, Charles A., 235 Meswarb, Norman I., 228 Metge, William Ray, 236 Moody, Laura Ellen, 308 Moore, Elizabeth Anne, 118, 314 Moore, Moore, Moore, Herbert R., jr., 254 Marie Louise, 254, 265, 272 Mary Lacy, 300 Moorman, Robert Crain, 248, 352 Moraiu, Claude Lester, TS, 244 Moran, Samuel joseph, 90, 257, 284, 2 Moran, Terence Iolm, 158, 165 Moranvillc, David B., 328 Merch, Herbert Oscar, 239 Morehouse, Barbara I., 101 Morgan, Marian Rae, 255 Morgan, Philip VV., 358 Morris, Benjamin P., 344 85 Metzler, Lula June, 206 Meuret, 'Wayne Vern, 356 Meyer, Alex Allred, 354 Meyer, Annette Terese, 294 Meyer, Georgia Jean, 254, 265 Meyer, Marilyn Joan, 101 Meyer, Nleye r, Mary lane, 270 Robert Dean, 27, 258 Meyers, Patricia Ann, 2.23, 308 MeyL11aler, Howard A., 104, 213, 324 Michael, Iames Barnes, 90 Michuelson, Manly, jr., 225 Michel, Gene Everrett, 235 Michener, Robert B., 90 Mikes, Milani, Marilyn Louise, 65, 298 Milani. Martha May, 304 Miles, Donald Ray, 90 Miles, Marianne, 206, 318 Millar, Robert B., 328 Millard, Ardis Carol. 245 Miller, Carmen S., 70, 228 Miller, Cecil Forrest, 235 Miller, David C., 90 Miller, Dennis Lee, 336 Miller, Diane S., 275 Miller, Frank R., 220, 344 Miller, George 1-I., jr., 256 Miller, Harlan S., jr., 191 Miller, Iames Aaron, 330 Miller, Jerry lay, 258, 355 Miller, Iohn Michael, 235 Miller, Lois Garrison, 396 Miller, Mahlon S., jr., 70 Miller, Marilyn Ann, 308 Miller, Marvin W., 336 Miller, Mary Patricia, 206, 254, 306 Miller, Robert Lewis, 239 Miller, Rodney Harold, 26 Miller, Sandra, Iean, 125, 216, 222, 315 Miller, Terrance G., 342 Miller, VVi1liam W., 190 Millhaem, Rnlnert N., 139, 191, 193, 196, 197, 223 Iames Gregory, 90, 158, 322, 346 Morris, Herbert Lee, 67, 340 Morris, Minnie Betty, 316 Morrison, Donald NV., 27 Morrissey, Charles B., 352 Murrow, Everett Leroy, 221 Mott, Iohn Charles, 90, 191 Moure r, Stephen Alan, 234 Mowrey, Stevan Scott, 228 Mueller, Edmund A,, 195 Mugge, Harriet Rae, 312 Mugge, Iohn Pagett, 258, 354 Muir, Donald Wallace, 67 Mull, Sandra lane, 270 Mullahcy, Edward F., 90, 179, 190, 239, 240, 342 Mullins, Mary lane, 90 Mumgaard, Charles A., 358 MunemiLsu, Saylo, B4 Munn, Richard Royal, 350 Munn, Roberta Ann, 298 Munson Donna Lou, 101 Murphy, Colleen, 90, 304 Murphy, Iames E., jr., 131 Murphy, Mary Kay, 310 Murphy, Thomas W., 90, 234 Io Ann, S, 90, 124, 259, 292, 300 Murray, Murray, Virginia S., 30S Murrie, Elizabeth M,, 310 Murtagh, Iudith, 304 Musgrave, Nancy Marie, 90, 254 Musmaker, Patrick L., 125, 323, 334 Muto, Mary IoAnn, 101, 277 Myers, Edward F., 356 Myers, Franklin Lewis, 26, 250 Myers, Indy Ioan, 216, E, 223, 304 Myers, Susan E., 272 Myers, Theodore P., 183, 239, 255, 280 Myli, Howard Orion, 350 N Nachtman, Donald H., 352 Millhaem, William 1-l., 332 Mills, Guy Iames, 232 Naclig, Eugene VV., 181 Nadler, Sarah G., 316 Nadler, Sigmond H., 235 Nation, Ioan Yvonne, 125, 312 Navara, Frank Eugene, 253 Milnes, Virginia Anne, 314 Milota, Margaret Lou, 310 Miltner, janet M., 302 Minard, Everil L., 304 Miner, Iames B.. ir., 346 Miner, Kenneth R., 240 Miner, William R., 195 Minkler, Lyle Frank, 75, 256 Mishak, Donna May, 101 Mishnk, Russell Iohn, 190 Mitchell, Betty Lu, 221, 272 Mitchell, David Doig, 352 Mitchel I, john, A., 344 Nchami, Vincent, C., 280 Needham, Inyce Ann, 302 Neel, Nina Mae, 35, 110, 298 Nell, Margaret P., 300 Ne fzger, Ben D., 20, 258 Neihy, Claire Paul, 209, 346 Neighbor, Tom, 330 Nell, Patricia Ann, 296 Nelsen, Richard F., 352 Nelson, Betty Ann, 101 Nelson, Charles W., 195, 21 Nelson, David Charles, 334 Nelson, Douglas R,, 90, 228 371 Price Nelson, Gary Evan, 356 Nelson, jim NValter, 324 Nelson, john Bernard, 244 Nelson, Larry Vance, 67 Nelson, Norman August, 323 Nelson, Norman, 253 Nelson, Orman, 90 Nelson, Richard Max, DS, 354 Nelson, Roald, Allen, 226 Nelson, Ruth Ann, 101, 278 Nelson, Sherman Allan, 179, 239, 240 Nesler, Sandra joan, 298 Nesler, Thomas Owen, 21, 348 Neslund, Charles P., 330 Oltlaker, Geraldine E., 91, 265 Oldsen, Evelyn Rae, 294 Olesker, Rita Lea, 91, 23, 316 Oosterh Ness, Oscar Dennis, 90 Neu, Richard Bryant, 205, 342 Neubauer, james Alan, 328 Neuman, Elizabeth B., 223, 302 Neumayer, Larry, 193 Ol iver, Oliver, Barbara j., 216, 265, 270, 273,22 joyce Dian, 296 Ollenburg, james F., 346 Olney, Olsen, james Leslie, 91 Sarah E., 308 Olson, jaequeline Sue, 306 Olson, janet Carol, 254, 308 Olson, jerry Lynn, 355 Olson, jon Merrill, 328 Olson, Marlene jewel, 298 Olson, Richard L., 258, 328 Olson, Walter Leroy, 280 Omlicl, I-larlan Hauser, 236 Oneal, Charles Wayne, 75, 258, 259 Onnen, Dale Roger, 97, 226 uis, Betty M., 265 Neuzil, Ralph, 254 Newcomer, Charles E., 70, 232 Newman, Carol Ann, 90, 218, 302 Newman, Edwin, 323, 340 Newman, Gorclon Harold, 67, 340 Newnam, Mary Lou, 101 Newsome, james Allen, 323, 338 Newsome, Mary Alta, 90 Newton, Donald Dean, 230 Orr, john Richie, 91, 240, 358 Orr, Vl'il1iam Dayton, 358 Ortland, Barbara Rose, 125, 296 Osborne, Mary Frances, 101 Ostrander, Iris Fern, 71 Othemer, Richard E., 70 O'Too1e, Vera Mae, 71 Otten, Donald james, 67 Ottens, Nathan Daniel, 322, 324 Nicholson, VJylmarie G., 206 Nickok, Bruce, 233 Nickel, joan Belle, 90, 220, 253 Niebling, Marylou A., 275 Niehaus, Sandra jean, 293, 300 Nielsen, Ted Lynn, 90, 256 Niemann, joAnn, 312 Nierling, Dean Alan, 280 Nillenegger, Roscoe j., 350 Nilles, Francis G., TS, 244 Nintlos, Don Prank, 342 Nix, jeanna Lue, 223, 302 Nobile, Camilc, 90 Nolnile, Marcella j., 90, 23, 275 Noeller, LaVern Lee, 180 Nolan, Elizabeth Ann, 79, 212, 221 Nolan, james joseph, 244 Noll, john Benjamin, 67, 230, 258, 538 Nordmarlc, Boyd Nelson, 70, 228 Nordquist, Gerald Lee, 334 Nortlykc, james Edward, 352 Norgaard, jacqueline, 293, 306 Norheim, johannes, 75 Northup, Byrle Arthur, 354 Norton, Harold David, 178, 352 Norton, Marjorie jean, 220 Norton, Merlin W., 58 Norton, William l-lill, 90, 243 Noselc, Frederick Paul, 356 Novak, Carol Lou, 203, 23 Novutny, Gene Lester, 338 Nuelcols, Margaret Lou, 318 Nugent, Thomas F., 67, 191 Nunn, john Raymond, 67, 191 Nunn, Paul Kay, 258, 284 Nutt, john Carson, 360 Nybakken, Lorraine, 216, 304 Nylen, jean Marilyn, 101 Ollrnart, O Oakley, Brice Case, 284, 332 Oakley, john Boliver, 158, 184, 186 Oathout, Ronald Alva, 350 Obcrbroeckling, Robert G., 67, 190, 342 O'Brien, Albert W., 258 ' O'Br1en, Betty Ann, 252 O'Brien, Donna Mae, 251 O'Brien, Marigrace, 39, 108, 314 265 O'Casek, Dorothy Ann, .. Odell, Vatla Diane, 38, 90, 300 Odem, joanne, 300 O'Dunne11, Michael G., 346 Oelerich, Wayne Harry, 205 Oflenburger, Thomas E., 336 Sharon B., 125, 251 Otto, jack Frederick, 70, 232 Otto, Marilyn Mae, 101 Overtu r Owen , f, Carrol Gary, 354 Wanita Carol, 265 P Paardekooper, Martha, 308 Pabst, Mark Dell, 346 Packartlg Harold Keith, 71, 228, 249 Page, joel Richard, 342 Page, Nancy Lee, 91, 308 Pahus, Donald Dale, 75, 238 Palmer, Connie Sue, 296 Palmer, Shirley Dee, 272 Pansegrau, Duane F., 236 Papaclakes, Athena, 305 Papadakes, Nick G., 324 Papathakos, Leonitlas, 75 Paplte, janis Lea, 91, 211, 314 Pappaiohn, Socrates G., 212 Park, Ellen Susan, 300 Parker, Barbara J., 314 Parker, George jay, 259 Parker, Kathryn Anne, 125, 296 Parker, Mary Ellen, 300 Parker, Paul A,, jr., 67, 191, 338 Parker, Thomas M., 191 Parks, Sharon Ann, 305 Parr, Patricia Ann, 91, 310 Parsons, Susanne Kay, 206, 318 Passalino, Ice George, 153 Passer, Linda Sue, 316 Patron, Elaine P., 171, 308 Patterson, Fred E., 91, 236 Patterson, Walter B., 156, 185 Pattie, James Philip, 336 Paul, Norman Douglas, 177 Paulson, james I-larry, 352 Paulsrutl, David G., 284, 285 Pauly, Richard Wilton, 330 Paustian, Lennie Lee, 194 Paustiat Pavlik, Paxson, 1, Marjorie G., 296 Betty Lou, 245 Robert Bishop, 240 Payne, Thomas, 177 Payton, Barbara jean, 91 Pearce, Richard Allen, 356 Pearlman, Alan Lee, 340 Pearson, Harold, jr., 32 Pearson , james August, 91 Pearson, Marlin J., 226 Pearson, Warren T., 97, 183 Pease, jack Leroy, 324 Pech, Eugene Theodore, 527 Ogden, Jean Isabelle, 90 Ogesen, Robert Bruce, 181, 228 Ogiego, Mitchell, 158 O'Hara, joan, 125, 304 Oil-larrow, Marjorie j., 30S Ojcmann, George Alvin, 204, 205, 255, 358 Ojemann, Robert G., 97, 26 Okerlin, Kevin Kae, 38, 39, 108, 308 Olchoff, Joyce Ringel, 251, 316 372 Pechous, Paul George, 236 Peeinovsky, Vllayne J., 230 Peck, W. Helene, 312 Pedersen, Richard J., 196, 338 Peitersen, Merton N., 91 Pellegrino, Orlando A., 158 Pelser, jacolynn, 101 Penn, Robert A., 97, 236 Pennepacker, Isobel R., 91 Pennington, John W., 354 Pennington, Kenneth R., 255, 342 Pennington, Lora j., 91 Pennington, Richard D.. 179, 354 Pray, Louis Clark, 252, 259 Prechel, Thomas J., 67 Prentzas, -Elias G., 249 Pepping, Frederick J., 258, 356 Percival, James A., Il, 338 Perkins, Arcleth I., 91, H3 Perkins, M. Kaye, 298 Perkins, Roger Lee, Perrier, Allen Oliver. 244 Perrin, William D., 97, 226 Perry, Lawrence Karl, 184, 352 Pertl, Mars Archie, 360 Pesses, Samuel Lee, 207, 211, 220, 340 129, 248 Petenaltis, James P., 91, Peters, Ann Delight, 89, D1 Press, Ronald Stanley, 67, 191, 326 Price, Bruce Leland, 67 Price, Christine, 245, 270 Price, jack, 180 Price jerry Lewis, 35S Price, John Ervin, 352 Price, john Martin, 346 1 Marjorie Ann, 101 Peters, jack William, 79, 243, 244 Peters, Loretta May, 125, 275 Peters, Virginia Lee, 91 Petersen, Albert C., 336 Petersen Donald Lee, 91 Petersen Don Alan, 221, 338 Pctetsen, james Vogel, 232 Petersen, Patricia S., 206 Peterson Benjamin F., 336 Peterson Beverly A., 312 Peterson Carlton J., 236 Peterson Dianne, 223, 302 Peterson, Donald J., 184, 352 Peterson, Eleanor A., 91 Peterson Evan Adolph, 97 Peterson Hamlet A., 226 Peterson, James R., 67, 230 Peterson Jessie Ann, 91 Peterson Peterson Karen Lee, 314 Mary Alice, 215 Myron Earl, 67, 230, 241 Y - - Pat Marie, 91, 125, 312 Peterson Peterson Nanc Ann 275 Peterson Peterson Ray L., 358 Peterson, Robert L., 360 Peterson Robert Rawl, 71, 28 Peterson, Roger F., 2411 Plaltzgrztfli, Carole J., 294 Plander, Donna Lu, 215, 303 Piohl, Richard A., 236 Phelps, Wantla jean, 245 Phillips, Barbara Lou, 125, 302 Phillips, Donna Marie, 223, 293, 296 Phillips, E. Marie, 302 Phillips, john R., 350 Phillips, Mary Ann, 125, 296 Phillips, Reed, jr., 336 Phillips, Ronnie Glen, 221 Phinney, james L., 194 Picha, joan Frances, 203 Picken, Roger B., 352 Pickens, james P., 79, 244 Pickering, Thomas W., 342 Pierce, jerume Vlfitmer, 356 Pierson, Franklin H., 67, 190, 358 Pierson, Pierson, Pierson, john Morgan, 338 Walter P., 354 William C., 342 Piper, janice Karen, 215, 304 Piper, Nick I., 184, 186, 239, 346 Piper, Sue, 91, 314 Piplzmi, Om Pralcash, 75 Pippert, NVes1ey G., 91, 262 Prichard, Vllayne G., 323, 350 Priehe, Clarence L., ir., 330 15'rimrose, Haroltl john, 178, 352 Pritchard, junyth Ann. 272 Prittehett, Lafayette, 125, 230, 332 Prolnisco, Max Etlwrtrtl, 227 Proelwska, Marilyn A., 91 Proctor, Gail Wesley, 284, 285 Prollltt, R., 67 Pudtl, Howard, 240 Puller, I-laroltl Wesley, 104, 356 Pugmire, Paul Rich, 254 Pumroy, james Douglas, 91 Purdurn, jerry Severns, 67, 342 Purinton, lliltlon Lewis, 1011 Putnam, Dorathy Lois, 300 Putney, Mark W., 221, 244 Putney, Martha Kay, 214, 221, 22, 296 Quinn, Robert james. 91 R Ralwedeaux, Richard VV., 71 Raluus, Sherylenc Ann, 91, 223, 298 Rada, Walter Franklin, 67, 190 Ratlig, Eugene Louis, 250 Raeeker, james Arlyss, 221, 348 Rallensperger, Paul C., 342 Ragm, Charlene Anne, 300 356 Rahn, john William, Ralston, Shirley Lea, 101 ir., 236, 253 Ramseyer, Harry W., Ramseyer, j. Carroll, 234 Randall, john D., jr., 125, 356 Rankin, johyna Ann, 222, 262, 270, 273 Rapaport, joann, 316 Raskopl, Frederick j., 257 Rasmus, Robert Leroy, Ratermanis, Aristitls, 75, 257 Ration, Richard T., 91 Rauhaus, Robert Allen, 336 Rausch, Mary Kathryn, 67, 245, 275 Rawson, Carol, 125, 211, 316 Ray, Marilyn, 222, 304 Reagan, jutly Ann, 310 Recher, Beulah Rae, 308 Rector, Dale Freeman, 97, 236 Retldirt, Patrick C., 98 RliLll5l'tl'1L1Llg1'1, jane, 91, 314 Reflig, Dale Francis. 71, 28 Reed, Betty Kathryn, 254 Reed, james Edward, 235 Reed, Robert Edward, 179, 240, 358 Reeder, james Seyrnour, 67, 191, 350 228 Pitkin, Roy M., 183, 239, 280 Pitsehke, Richard E., 126, 257 Pitts, Carter Alden, 257 Pitts, Gene Leon, 177 Plantz, janet Ruth, 91, 265 Ploen, Kenneth Allen, 158, 165, 184 IS6 Plummer, Lois Pauline, 101 Pohle, james Edward, 332 Poline, Robert Eli, 67, 191, 288 Pollak, Donald Arthur, 223, 262 Pollock, Charles A., 235 Pollock, Patricia joy, 314 Pollock, Rohert Grant, 79, 250 Poltnn, Dean Reid, 125, 211, 334 Popolsky, Melvin L., 340 1 Reetlquist, M, jane, 314 Rc-en, William john, 79 Rees, Carolyn jane, 306 Rehal, Robert liugene, 104 Rehnlnerg, Sally jean, 116, 191, 214, 215, 242, 310 Reiehling, jeunne E., 120, 122 Reichow, Claret Neal, 158, 167 Reichow, William L., 158, 167 Reid, Bonnie jean, 206 Raider, Suzanne Marie, 213, 214, 215, 216, 312 Reim, Danna Glce, 101 Reimann, Nancy jane, 91, 214, 270, 273 Reimers, Robert T., 356 Rein, Harry Ward, 255 Poppajohn, Socrates, 342 Porter, Dolores Marie, 310 Porter, janet Louise, 206, 300 Pclrter, Philip Lauren, 348 Potts, Frank Duane, 336 Powell, NVil1arcl john, 206 Prall, Don Carl, 338 Pratt, john Robert, 91 Pratt, Robert L., 240 Pratt, Shirlie Mae, 206, 318 Reinders, Paul james, 196, 197 Reiter, Marvin C., 79 Reitrnann, Richard H., 255 Rcnquist, Donald E., 67 Renquist, janet L., 35, 110, 119 Ressler, Carol jane, 273 Rettcnmaier, Robert W., 67 Reyes, Sanita M., 71 Reynolds, Donald R., 67 Reynolds, Franklin A., 330 Rickcll, MIITXIIYCI A., 204, Reynolds, Fredrick R., 193 Rczniehek, Anim Maur, ill, 292, T519 Rhodes, Patrick lVi,, 240 Ribble, Donald G., 79, 244 Rice, Betty Ioan. 101, 277 Rich, jon 1-lerirl, 235 Rich, Stnnlcy Wilbur, 326 Richard, Clystai Ann, 253 Richard, Mary Ann, 300 Richards, liddie, 99, 2215 Richards, Stanley, 67, l9l, Riclinnmn, Helen Arm, 91, 223, 298 3410 Richmond, Rohert R,, 230 "lil "li 31 Richter, lane l,.ouixe, I20, c . .. . 209, 214, 215 2115, 2417, 270, 2715 Rider, Norton Park. 358 Riclgewaly. joan D., 91, 259 'J Ridley, Gernld li., 67, 172. 191, 239, 350 Rirlnut, Clizirlu.-s ll., li? Rieck. D:innld Allan, 178, 346 Riesenberg, lflcrmnn A., Illl Rilo, David Owen, 91, 23-l Rile, Dinizlld liugcne, 323 Rijliwuni, Nnrnin R., 75, 208, 249 Riley, Byron George, 244 Rimcl, VVardcn Miller, 99 Rinckel, Edwnrd W., 227 Rinilerkneclil, Nnrnmn, 2311. 348 Rinelnski, john, 23-l Ringdnhl, john Edward, 223 Ringo, Rolriridu, 310 Rinkcr, Margaret' jenn, 314 Ripple, Richard Cnrl, 91 Rittenmeycr, Inniee M., 215, T118 Ritter, Ricrlnnml Frank, 172 Robb, Allen Lee, 328 Rohhins. jzmicu M., 300 Rohhins, Murgnrel Ann. 209, 249 Roherdee, Barhitrzi Len. 298 Roberson, Dennir: li.. 179. 239, 2110 Roberson. joyec Ann, I02 Rolierts, Denny Roger, 205, 230 213, 215, Snell, Roberts, Marry Aileen, 102, 277 Roberts. Theorlore K., 342 Rnlwmtsrm, Inmes il., 234 Rohertson Inhn Hugh, 191, 354 Robertson, Karen E., 312 Robertson, William S., 67, 241 Rohey, Douglas Alvin, T332 Rohey, George liurl, 195, 336 lloliinstm, Annette C., 254, 302 Robinson, Beverly. 253 Robinson, ilmvarrl F., 3110 Robinson, Leon VVilson, 338 Robinson, Nornnin P., 232 Robinson, Norma Ioan, 91, 206, 23, 2 Rriluirisini, Ruger Keith, 181 Robinson, Shirley K., 294 Robinson Wayne l..., 91, 226 Rodnwig, Drxnnld lilnycl, 234 Rodnwig, Sandra Ann, 312 Ruden, Ioycc Anne, 265 Rodenherg, Brirlwra j., 296 Rnrllinnse, Nancy Anne, 2513, 314 Roeder, Don Ellsworth, 323, 352 Roeder. Riclmrd B., 67, F352 Rocrner, Joyce juan, 298 Rollmnn, Blaine Yule, 340 R.0ll'll'1lI n, Rogers. li Larry Edwin, 93 ionnu ll., 206 Roggenkamp. liluine J., 300 Rohde. Maxine. 71 Rnlmvit, Durrell Dezirl. 99, 226, 2511 Roland, Virginia Lee, iii' 62 Rolinger, Russell R., ISI. 3412 Rnllene, Shirley V., 125, 1206, 222, 1265 306 Romain. llliznhelli Anne, 296 Rombongh, Sondra Jenn, 206, 221, 3011 Rose, Donald George, 3418 Rose, Innet Carol, 314 Rose, Marjorie Nine, 298 Roseherry, Stanley l.., l9ll Rosen, Biirbnm Muriel, 1116 Rosen, Maurice D., 340 Rnsenhuum, Clnirles H., 340 Rnscnlnerg, l-lnrlun K., 233 Rosenberg. Richard VV., 3410 Rosene, Robert B., 326 Rosenlehl, Sheldon S., 326 Rosky, Tlieodort' S., 350 Rosner, loan, 246 Russ, Leonard Ellis, 92 Rosscr, Forrest VV., 79 Roth. Keith Ernest, 330 Rolmzln. June Evelyn, 92, 316 Roudzihusli, Demi G., 92, 209 Rnudahush, Dorothy K., 248 Rnudelvusll, Charles NV., Rouse, Richard Iflunter, 92, 179, Rouse, Verna Violet, 275 Rouse, NVIIYIIIE Earl, 206, 343 Rouselt, Carolyn Sue, 251 Roush, lmnes Dziviil, 104, 335 Roush. Richard Calvin, 338 Rovner, Allan jay, 67, 340 Rowe, Alvin George, 179, 240, 249 Rowlund, Ruth E., 102, 216, 2412, 246, 296 Rowley, lVlai'joi'y May, 254 Ruben, Pauline Ann, 92, 216, 223, 316 Rubin, Gary Stanley, 340 Ruhollom, Richard l..., 324 lluchotzke, Drm Lee, 67 Ruckdiiscliel, John li., 75, 257 Rui.-ckerl, Keith L., 258 Rukgnlier, Aleiha Love, 125, 310 Runke, Richard P., ir., 197, 354 Rupert, Charlene M., 275 Ruschnicycr, Nlnx H., 179, 240 Rnsli, Thomas Arthur, 284 Ruske, Lynn Eugene, 352 Russell, Riiu Mae, 125, 300 Russell, Sharon Lee, 296 Ruslan, Inmes Joseph, 240, 358 Rutledge, Carolyn Sue, 30, 125, 3011 Rultim, John Arthur, 254 Ryan, Donald Richard, 67 Ryan, james VV., jr., 98 Ryan. Ierre Francis, 342 Ryan, Iolin Patrick, 344 Lelutn Jerome, 179, 240, 1240 338 Ryan, Ryilcn, Rex Joseph, 244 Rydson, Mnrlyn Dean, 92 liyun, D. Kay, 305 S Snckett, lairnew '1'rnart, 342 Sucketl, John Robert, 92 Snckctt, Thomas XV., 354 Sxigtgau. l.yrli:x Ann, 222, 294 Sulie, Susan Guy, 302 Szllkeld, 'lfhomzis lumcs, 352 Salmon, Jerry Birch, 180 Snlvn, Donald Louis, 153, 344 siliTil3EI'g, Rosalie Y., 316 Samuelson, Betty J., 272 Snndvig, jmck Lee, 183 Sandy, Patricia Lee, 92 Sanford, Marilyn J., 102 Snrdroek, Austin. 354 Silflll, Floyd Harvey, 352 Sargent, lack Mason, 67 Sass, Irihn Karl, 226 Snxscn. Duane Arlon, 92, Saunders, Gene Arthur, 235 Sanintlurs, Meredith R., 235 330 Savage. Harriet .l.., 92, 121, 124, 216, 242, 259, 270, 273 Snyyuh, Abdullah S., 208 Sc-ulisc, Lawrence F., 336 Suandrelt, Marjorie J., 221 Scanlon, Rolicri M., 344 Sclmsil, Carrol WV., jr., 67 Schacht, Sally Lon, 296 92, 178, 189, 191, SCl'Ii'l0llE!l', Ronald T., 239 B., 92 Schaeffer, Lorraine Sclinfnrtli, Joanne F., 213, 270, 273 Seliuper, Rosalie Ann, 92 Schaiulund, Virginia K., 300 Schedl. I-lurnld Pnul, 98 Sehcllingur, liieluml, 234 Sehcuermnn, Milton C., 157, 172, 178,139 Scllimrnelpltrunig, Ilal, 104, 3211 Selimclzcr. William I., 235 Schmerse, ,lzmct Mae, 294 Schmickle, Richard K., 75, 249 Schmidt, Gene Alun, 67, 354 Schmidt, Jenn K., 275 Schmidt, Karen Faye. 318 Sel1miedel, lidwartl ll., 98 Selimiedel. Verna jenn, 92 Schinit, Germain L., 236 Schnnck, Mary Lou, 206 Schneider, Nancy L., 92 Schneider, Suzanne E., 304 Schnell, Maurice Dean, 26 Sehnormeicr, Theodore, 324 Schoeller, Robert A., 342 School, William l-Ienry, 172, Sehornhorst, F. T., 358 Schorr, Phillip A., 205 Dallas E., 21 Rex Albert, 254 Miriam N., 102 Doris Ann, 245 178, 239 Schrader, Schrader, Schramm, Schroeder, Schroeder, Gregg A., 177 Paula E., 223, 272, Schubert, 302 Sehttlke, Merryl Dean, 232 Shire, Bruce, 340 Shirley, Regina, 246 Shitabata, George J., 92 Shkolnick, Rodney, 79, 254 Shope, William Harold, 350 Shorey, Linda Lee, 31S Slwwers, Stephen A., 352 Shuek, Terry Allred, 158, 167, 280 Shulkin, Edwin S., 340 Shull, Thomas Edward, 68 Shultz, Shirley Anne, 206 Shutt, Merrill M., 98, 253 Siegel, Iezmctte S., 92, 316 Siepker, Sally Jo, 294 Sievers, Mayta Alvina, 102 Schultz, Donald Bruce, 356 Schultz, Gerald Ted, 235 Schulz, James F., 255 Schulz, Norman Duane, 71 Schulze, Mary Louise, 114, 121, 242, 270, 273 Schumacher, Donald R., 98 Schumacher, Erwin R., 228 Schumacher, William A., 92, 280 Schumann, Donna lean, 312 Schumann, joan K., 312 Schwartz, Dorothy F., 102 Schwartz, Lenore, 2123, 316 Schwartz, William, 326 Sehwcngel, Dorothy J., 204, 216, 218, 22, 312 Schwengel. Franklin D., 322, 330 Sehwcnk, islay C., 102 Sclnrow, Donna Lee, 124, Seliirow, Marshall H., 79, 254 209, 248, 315 Scott, Ralph Thomas, 98, 236 Scott, Sarah lane, 312 Senherg, William R., 157, 172, 239, 342 Seahury, Hugh, 250 Sealy, Iames Maurice 346 Searls, James Collier: 71 67 Seaton, Danny Dean, Sehcrg, Mary Ann, 310 Sebolt, Frank Otis, 172 Secrewt, Marjorie G., 218 Sedlacek, Kathryn N., 275 Seeberg, Richard S., 67 Seedorii, Darlene M., 102, 278 Scibert, Sandra lean, 293, 312 Seidenfeld, Eddie L., 323, 326 Scidcnleltl, Lawrence, 340 Seim, Roger Barry, 354 Seitz, James David, 125, 211, 334 Seldin, Theodore M,, 79, 244 Scntrnan, Beverly Ioan, 318 Serhousek, Ianice E., 213, 296 Settlemyer, Charles R., 342 Settlemyer, Russell R., 92, 191, Sevatson, Nancy Kay, 92 Sevaison, Richard R., 79, 250 Seydel, Barbara lean, 265 Fred Norman, 104 342 Shader, Shadewnlrl, Mardell J., 206 Slmdle, Loris Marie, 302 Shudle, Norma lean, 102 Stephen P., 205, 323, 354 Richard I., 336 Dinesh Mohanlal, 75 Shndle, Shullcr, Shah, Shapiro, Marian K., l2fi, 213, Slmpiro, Murray I., 190 Shapiro, Richard S., 235 - Slmpiro, Sarah Ruth, 92, 316 Sharhnndy, Gary Peter, 232 Shnroiiui, Ioscph, 180 Sharp, Harriet Louise, 262 Sharp, Lora Rae, 270 Shnw, David Strohbccn, 240 Shea, Sarah lane, 291-l Sheely, james Richard, 227, 332 Sheets, 'Wallace E., 158 Sheldon, Richard S., 92, 338 Shenk, John Christian, 79, 250 Shepard, Lucy Mae, 294 Sherk, Donald Ross, 125, 334 Sherk, Kenneth Iohn, 67, 190, 322, 334 Sherman, Charles D., 92 Shilrin, Eugene G., 75, 190, 256 Shilcy, Catherine J., 218, 314 Shinc, Bruce Willard, 68 Shining, H. Streeter, 92, 226, 239, Shinkle, VValluce Terry, 125, 221, 332 Shinn, Sam lane, 314 259, 306 243 Sillorcl, Mary Louise, 92, 214, 292, 310 Sigerseth, Peter Olaf, 255 Silbaugh, Richard VV., 92 Silherman, Ierome, 92 Silva, Patricia C., 306 Silver, Benjamin, 257 Simkin, Sol, 254 Simmons, Nancy Ioan, 302 Simmons, Robert C., 75 Simon, Elizabeth G., 92, 305 Sims, Paul Vliayne, jr., 356 Sintlelur, Marjorie A., 2.22 Sinek, Francis john, 344 Sinnoek, Frank Aldo, 79, 254 Sippel, Norma lean, 314 Sirinsky, Larry Alan, 326 Sirota, Evelyn, 125, 316 Six, Norman Hobbs, 158, 255 Skaile, William A., 79 Skinner, Sybil Diane, 92, 138 Skogstrom, Harry C., jr., 350 Skoog, William Dean, 195 Slager, Carolyn Kay, 115, 206, 294 Slager, Slatter Slavens Ioann Carol, 294 Martin Otis, ZS Geenet B., 92 Y, Slavens, Bobbie Ioe, 250 ivt Sloan, argarer Alice, 92 Sloan, Richard I,, 92 Sloane, Marcia Carol, 300 Slocum, Neil Richard, 332 Slol' er, Sluka , Bernard Paul, 196, 233 Sylvester D., 206 Smalley, Norman Paul, 68, 191, 193, 211 Smart, Robert Lee, 206, 334 Smart, William Irvin, 190 Smego, Richard George, 68 Smiley, George, 354 Smiley, Ioannc Doris, 93 Smith, Alice Florence, 293, 296 Smith, Alvin, 93 Smith, Earl 1-larold, 156, l5S, 167, 184, 186 Smith, George Edwin, 190 Smith, Gerald Leonard, 340 Smith, Harry Iames, 330 Smith, 1-Ierbert Dean, 356 Smith, Iames Merritt, 213, 252, 328 Smith, Iames Roger, 250 Smith, Iohn D., jr., ISS, 346 Smith, Kenneth Frank, 173, 288 Smith, Lawrence M., 354 Smith, Lee Tom, 195 Smith, Nancy Ann, 300 Smith, Orville Eugene, 63 Smith, Patricia A., 302 Smith, Peter M., 249, 25S Smith, Richard Conway, GS, 346 Smith, Richard Lee, 235 Smith, Robert Dewitt, 63 Smith, Shirley Claire, 205 Smith, William Kirby, 356 Bruce Morey, jr., 244 Sneller, David Lee, 262 Snider, Ioann, 93, 211 Snowgren, Iauqueline, 216, 296 Snyder, Darlene lane, 298 Snyder, Iames Richard, 244 Snyder, Sandra E., 206, 300 Soiseth, Robert Perry, B6 Sokolol, Florence, 206, 316 Soll, Donald Iohn, 158, 352 Sell, Shirley Mae, 102 Soloway, Richard A., 191 Sommerleld, Raynard M., 230 Series, Donald Allen, 234 Selmer, Susann, 304 Sorensen, Mary Louise, 272, 294 373 Sorensen, Nancy Ann, 302 Somsen, Robert E., GS Sornson, Rodney Drztee, 226 Spaan, Donald Wade, 98 Spacek, Barbara Sue, 218, 31.0 Spain, Marianne, 293, 31S Sparks, Dunn Hugh, 93 Sparks, Iames Edwin, 68 Sparks, Robert Dean, 234 Sparks, Shirley, 93, 212, 242 Spector, Alan Leroy, 340 Speidel, Thomas M., 344 Spellman, Carol Lee, 248 Sperry, Harvey, Lee, 254 Spillane, IoAnn L., 306 Spinhamey, Ann, 93 Spivak, Spoor, Marvin David, 340 Robert W., 328 Sprague, Leland L., 235 Spring, Neil Dilliner, 235 Spring, Richard C., 223, 336 Springer, David C., 221, 332 Spurgeon, Walter K., 336 Staliorcl, Roger Owen, 240 Staley, Stamp, Edith Mae, 93 Meryl Varner, 328 Stanard, Iames Allen, 334 Sturdevant, Bette Lou, 318 Sucher, M. Iane, 298 Suchy, Donald Iames, 158, 167 Sullivan, Sullivan, Denis Ioel, 244 Iames C., 344 Summerfeld, Ray, 241 Summers, Barbara L., 302 Summerwill, Beth Ann, 312 Snmmy, Thomas Hart, 356 Sunclberg, George L., 68 Su nner, Gerald C., 26 Sutherland, Iames E., 20, 224 Sutherland, Sue C., 102, 246 Sutherlin, Robert R., 232, 249 Sutton, Sutton, Frank Ioseph, 338 Ioartne Marie, 213, 302 Sutton, Karlen M., 35, 110, 112, 314 Sutton, Maurice Earl, 03, 190, 280 Sutton, Phyllis E., 35, 110 Svoboda, Carl R., 71, 232 Svobotla, Iulia Ann, 213 Swaney, Sara Lynne, 312 Swanson, Ioan. Irene, 218 Swanson, Richard Dean, 68, 330 Swanson, Sonja Dee, 318 Swartzendruber, D. C., 93 Sweclberg, Roger Iae, 158, 168, 184, 186 Thornton, Richard R., 93, 204 Thorson, Ion C., 226 Thran, Carol, 102 Thutlium, Gary Martin, 345 Tidtl, William George, 352 Tillman, Frederick E., 195, 197 Tjaclen, Herbert Bruce, 225 Toedt, Iaclc Sylvester, 621, 189, 101, 227, 241, 284, 285 Toison, Duane Roger, 158 Toft, Elwood Orton, 221 Tokheim, Russell Dean, 221 Tolford, Nancy Faith, 272, 310 Tolles, Martha Ann, 93, 304 Toohey, Bernard Iohn, 93 Top, Franklin, 243 Torgeson, Dean Nathan, 236 Terrence, Ierry M., 184, 186, 352 Trachta, Ieanette F., 213, 318 Tracy, Ioann Mac, 102 Traverse, Iack H., jr., 338 Treadwtty, Gaylord A., 235 Tredway, Raymond L., 336 Trembath, I. 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Stewart, jr., 03, 358 Underhill, Iames R., 344 Unulerwood, Lois Edith, 211, 262 Ungs, Thomas Dale, 284 Untietlt, Sybil E., 203 Updegrall, Ambrose G., 93 Updegralf, Clarence M., 234 Upton, Richard Dale, 336 Utter, Robert, 259, 358 V Valassiacles, Iohn X., 323, 324 Valentine, Robert M., 93, 344 Valy, Carol Iean, 308 Van Cleve, Arthur M., 71, 232 Van Der Creek, William, 79, 244 Vantlerlip, Nlntlalyn L., 23, 298 Walker, Iane Ann, GS, 216, 241, 304 Vllalker, Keith Evan, 355 Walker, Marion Iohn, 158 WVa1ker, Norma Dora, 300 NVallcer, Ruth Elaine, 209, 248 Wallace, Connie C., 298 NVal1aee, Donald NV., 284 NVttl1nee, Robert Garry, 193 Wallbridge, Arm G., 118, 304 Waller, Charles E., 75 Wttller, William Wade, 68, 225, 324 Walter, Ianet, 312 Vlfalter, Lyman Lee, 08, 191, 258, 328 XValter, Virginia Kay, 306 Walters, Iutlith Ann, 310 NVtt11ers, Ralph David, 178, 342 Walton, Walton, David Allen, 344 Glenna B., 93 VVanamaker, Iohn M., 26 Wnntlling, Helen Ann, 93, 121, 254, 270, 273 hvilfll, Ittmes Sheridan, 235 VVnrd, Io Ann, 270 Ward, Loraine WV., jr., 94, 126, 127 Vliztrtleclzer, Ioye 1-I., 213, 23, 30-'1 Warner, Rfxhert Minor, GS Warren, Charles IZ., 3413 Vlfnrren, Marilyn Ioyce, 300 Wnrslntwslcy, Ioan, 316 Westie, jack. 342 Wnshlnurn, Donald D., 236 Washburn, Ierry T., 228, 249 Thielen, Michel Clair, 336 Thill, Charles F., GS Thodt, Linnea Esther, 68, 221, 242, 258, 292, 298 Thomann. Ioanne Marie, 93 Thomas, Allen Neal, 104. 324 Thomas, Audrey Katy, 125. 265, 294 Thomas, Dudley, S., ir., 350 Thomas, Gordon G., 226 Thomas, Iohn Charles, 68, 221 Thomas, Marvin Harlan, 325 Thomas, Mary Ann, 300 Thomas, Patricia Ann, 294 Thomas Thomas Thomas , Peggy, 203, 214, 265 , Rex Allen. 93 , Richard Allan, 75. 251, 257 Thompson, Dorothy E., 108, 304 Thompson, Gary Lee, 3'-16 Thompson, Iames R., 332 Thompson, Mark Iacoh, 193 Thompson, Robert I., 104 Thoms, Stuart William, 342 Thoms, Wayne Herman, 330 Thomson, Ierry, 240 Thomson, Phillip T., 346 Thoreson, Richard M., 338 Thornton, Francis I., 234 Van Der Ploeg, Robert A., 98 Vartderslice, Sylvia O., 203 Vanclerveltle, Gerald M., 235 Van Drie, Rudy Arie. 93 Van Dyke, Cttrclner C., 134, 186, 354 Van Dyke, Lester R., 352 Wasknw, Yvonne Irene, 223 NVaters, Gola Edward, 244 Waters, Iottn Belme, 275 Watkins, Ann Carter, 213, 314 Watson, Marcia M., 206, 215, 272 Watson, Rohert Milton, 336 NVatt, Inmes lV1alcolm, 94, 190, 256, 257 NVnugh, Beverly Iane, 300 Wttxcnberg, Alan Mayer. 171, 248, 340 Waymire, Leland, 68 Weaver, Arthur I., 336 Weber, Iames Edward, 205, 224, 250, 346 NVebster, Arnold Kent, 71. 232 Webster, Carol Ann, 220 Weebcr, Ierome C., 226 VVehrlcamp, Lillian I., 94 Van Ginkel, Kathryn P., 314 Van 1-Iouten, George, jr., 352 Van 1-Iouweling, Geraldine D., 93 Van 1-Iulzen, Donald Lee, 352 Van Kirk, Fay Gemlcl, 328 Van Meter, Dixie Lee, 71 Van Ness, Charles R., 338 Van Nostrand, Inger K., 93 Van Olst, Iztmes 1-lttruld, 234 Van Ozxsterhout, Mary A., 296 Van Oosterhont, Peter, 79, 244 Van Tiger, Charles 1-I., 221 Van Vliet. 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Robert Dnn, 226 VVhisler, Denny Ross, GS, B0 White Charles li., 75 Vllhite David Jackson, 330 White, Frederick A., fr., 68 White, Iarnes Patrick, 244 X-Vhite, james William, 234 Vtlhite, Rodney james, 338 Whilebook, Fred M., 340 XVhitchend, lane Nl., 94, 298 NVhilehouse, Willinm K.. 226 Wl1itlr.rtx', Carol Lee, 102, VVhilmore, Michael K., 323, 342 bVl1itmore, VVillinm R., 226 XVhilncy, Iohn Richard, 336 Whittington, Verle CZ., 79 196, Willey, John Lester, 94, 190, 344 VVilliams, David Iames, 94 Vlfillinms, Donna L., 265 Williams, Gary NV., 238 Williams, George P., 235 Williams, Iames Frank, 338 Williams, ,loan Ann, 308 Xvilliams, Lois Mae, 312 VVilllan1s, Terry Marie, 94 Williams, Vincent D., 232. 249 Willis, William G., 248, 258 VVillits, Betty jane, 318 Vllilson, Barbara Ellen, 206, 221, 23, 318 Wilson David F., 346 Wilson Donald Eugene, 234 Wvllfitlfl, Donald R., 75, 257 Wilson Fred Clark, 346 Wilson, Gerald Edwin, 284, 285 Wilson lack Brown, 71 Wilson james Paul, 182, 184, 280 Wilson, Ioan Maurine, 102 NVilsnn lohn ll., GS, 342 Wilson VVilson Wilson Karen Lee, 275 Luis Marie, 245, 270 Richard I., 234 Vllinder, Iohn Drinkall, 180, 239, 342 XVing, Claire Kay, 222, 294 Wingert, Iohn George, 98, 236 Winiel-Q, Marvin, 68, 244 Winslow, Clarann B., 68 Winston, Harold R., 244 Winston, Keith Eugene, 94 Winter, Arthur Nick, 94 VVinter, Richard I-I., 352 Wintel, Ruth Ioanne, 206, 300 Wirtz, Emerson Keith, 226 VVisott, Richard L., 326 W'itmer, Beverly Io, 223, 298 Witte, Ernest T., 228 Wittekind, Laura lean, 203 Wittenberg, Charles, 262 Wittman, Iohn Dexter, 71, 232 Wohlhueter, Virginia, 102 Wolbers, Charles Paul, 255 Wolcott, Larry Dean, 68 Wolf, Howard Charles, 326 Wolfe, Arnold Benton, 211, 340 Welle, Ellen Ioan, 94 Wolfe, George, SS Wolfe, Paul Frederick, 68 NVolle, Richard Daniel, 94, 138, 234 Robert K., 196, 197, 352 Wolfe, Wolff, Harold David, 98, 235 VVolii, Hugh Lipman, 98, 235 Wollgram, Edwin Dale, 235 Wolford, Iohn R., 195, 196, 197 NVollin, Kenneth A., 240 Wooek, Ronald Alwyn, 190 NVootl, Janet Lee, 308 Woodard, Don Edwin. 98 Woodburn, Boynton T., 235 Woodman, Mary Frances, 300 Woodruff, Sylvia, 247 Woods, Ruth Anne, 304 Woolley, Margery Ruth. 294 Wordlow, Clarence, 177 VVork, Barbara Sue, 125, 259, 303 W'ormlJoudt, Susan, 308 Wormley, Iohn H., 71, 232 VVormley, Thomas Leo, 342 Vtlnrst, Io Ann, 223, 302 W'ot'ton, Eugene, W., 94, 234 W'right, George Edward, 94, 184, 186, 189, 190, 239 Wright Iames C., ir., 226 Wright, Marilyn Ruth, 300 Wright, Robyn Ann, 306 Wyatt, Katherine Ann, 272 Wylder, Robert Iames, 338 VVy1lie, Wyrick Charles E., 138, 284 , Darrell Dewey, 252, 258 Y Yager, Robert Davis, 338 Yarwood, Dean Lesley, 284 Yates, Iacqueline I., 94 Yeisley, Ronald F., 177 Yoder, Carole Iene, 302 Yoder, Marilyn Scott, 102 Yoder, Virginia Mae, 300 Young, Donald Bruce, 98, 252, 59 Young, Iames William, 94, 356 Young, lim Van, 352 Young, Leslie, jr., 232 Young, Marilyn Arm, 312 Young, Marshall Paul, 206, 221, 334 Young, Robert A., jr., 68, 244, 352 Young, Viola Iune, 94 Youngberg, Suzanne L., 304 Youngblood, Robert E., 75, 338 Z Zadniehek, Carol Ann, 68, 300 Zagorski, Wlatlyslaw S., 75, 257 Zamberletti, Fred I., 94, 139, 190 Zemar, Marvin Eugene, 340 Ziebell, Williams C., 98, 234 Zimmer, Carolztnn H., 272 Zimmer, David Keith, 194 Zimmerman, Carl B., 21, 223, 254 Zimmerman, Patricia S., 294 Zirbel, Ronald Corwin, 211, 338 Zuber, Carroll Fred, 221, 323, 348 Zunkel, William John, 334 Zvacek, Marlene Mae, 71, 94, 306 375 'wwf LLZ,Lg,,W'f wQjM!n2JfjkL MSL' V v B cw, my af JI fffbj VM fp W M M W ' Q' M J ' A,..,.,e, My ww Wfml ' 1f,,Q.ilf.,'f1?,.El11:g'ld'J" l JV! 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