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

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■ • . 1 ,;; i; i i; • la fctVl: ■ 1 , ' -Isf ■31 1 S ' STATE UNIVERSITY C H A W K E Y E ® OWA, IOV«fA CITY, IOWA I 9 5 8 iimm ! mv HOURS ANN BERNER . . . Editor JACK HOLS . . . Business Manager BOB STRAWN . . . Chief Photographer f= A Lt President Hancher .... 64 Deans 66 Seniors 73 Residences Greeks 308 Dormitories 379 Off-Campus 407 THE OF YOUR LIFE lifn- w ill In- time, tl cic w ill be time To prepare a face to meet the faces that ()ii meet ; There w ill he time to nuinler and create. And time for all the works ami la_ s of hands That lift and drop a question on your plate; Time for oii and time for me, j nd time i ' t for a hundred indecisions. And for a hun lred visions and revisions " . . . From " The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrocl " in ;C)I.LE(.TED POF.MS, 1909-1935. by T. S. Eliot, copyright. 19i6, by llarcourt. Brace and Company, Inc. P A L C Campus Scenes .... 12 Fall 18 Winter 36 Spring 48 SUI ' s Crys tal Reflect y HH . f %0H ' .- Vi Time off Your Life WITHIN this new $ I ' 2 rnillion Medical Research Center, scientists are hard at work — with the best facilities close at hand. An air of serenity prevails as the plaeid river forms a mirror, casting back the images of the Art building, ' est- lawn and the Law Commons. 12 This majiinificciit tower has adorned the General Hospital since it was opened in 1928. Behind its tower win- dows are offices and nperating rooms. To the 50,000 people who receive treatment at the University Medi- cal Center each year, this tower is the sym- bol of hope and beau- ty, within as well as without. SILHOUETTING the footbridge, fhe iate afternoon sun plays upon the furrowed swirls of snow and ice. " LET US GO then, you and I. When the evening Is spread out against the sky. " T. S. Elliot ti- .m r V, V H V FOG CREEPS m on little cat feet, t ;t u ICE GLAZED branches form curiously intricate patterns against the austerity of the campus sicy line. 15 THE LIBRARY is not only a place tor the meeting of nninds, but also a place t.Dr the meeting ot tnends The principal SUI administrative building today . . . Old Capitol . . . was Iowa ' s first capitol. In its chambers have sat diplomats, governors and educa- tors. Schaeffer Hall became the second part of the Pentacrest in 1899, followed by Macbride Hall, the Physics building and University Hall. Much more his- tory surrounds these edifices than most students realize, as they congregate be- tween classes to chat. This arbnurcd p.itliwax receives a well-earned rest after the beating it gets during the fall. For this is the route that thousands of enthusiastic football fans take on their wav to the Stadium. FALL wm AT Fall ... a series of footfalls . . . crackling through leaf-patterned walks, changing ... to stand in lines for registration and football, varying to climb endless hills, altering . . . to disquiet in classrooms, converting . . . to the rhythm of a dance step, deviating ... to rest quietly at plays and concerts. y ' i ' imm ' mH RUSHEES ATTENDED the mass meeting before rush week to hear well-meant advice: Eat well, sleep well, and be natural. Persuasion and Outstretched Hands PI PHI ' S ENTERTAINED at the Merry-go-round partles Tall ranged from summer (obs to suntans; fr:n ■■■!■■ TENSION DECREASED as the old stand-by, the rush booklet, provided informality at the Delta Chi House. Spilliiii puiKh oil ail .utivc . . . forgetting to Icaxc a name card . . . Iiailing a cab in the rain . . . lighting a cigarette with haiui extemleti 400 girls can now huigh at these memo- ries of rusli week. But at the time, it was serious business. 19 PREFERENCE PARTIES closed an eventful week. Theta. wavt.u good bye to new faces that had become friends. ACTIVE, i dve u ' uii ' . ii, collapses after the Phi ' din party. Its not all roses on the inside. They Kept Smiling DELTA GAMMA ' S went Navy for the rushees. Skits were a momentary relief In an atmos- phere of self-consciousness. 20 BEDLAM replaced the ..„,:.::, of rush week as the boys gathered to see who pledged what house. SIGMA ALPhiA EPSILON changed rushees Info pledges during ceremonies following bidding. Active pins would replace pledge pins in the spring. Then, Preference, Pledging and Pins . . . NEW Gamma phi pledges, still grasping their bids, join the group of screaming, laughing sisters. After pledging ceremonies, and calls home, elated spirits permitted little sleep that night. LINOTYPE STEP RIGHT UP s- -■--■ your registration materials! This was only the first step in the long, tedious ordeal of becoming a student for another year. SAY CHEESE! Keith Montross has fhe ever-flattering identi- fication picture taken. It will be his valuable passport for cashing checks, waiting in football lines and. after he ' s 21. Frustration and Vf H M BTAt L 1 m l Mj i Hr M 1 THERE MUST be something that will fit Into my schedule! At least Penny Freeman hopes so, as she skims through the course book before registering. 22 AFTER THE PRELIMINARIES, comes the chaotic process of actually registering. Perfect schedules become disrupt- ed as sections are closed. Then the revamping begins. . . Closed Sections WAITING in the first of many lines, students debated how they could get into the Fieldhouse early to register. Some tried, most failed, the maiority stood, resigned. ASSAILED it the exit after registering, students are asked or cajoled to sign up for a 1958 Hawkeye yearbook. S. S. SAKHON, a new foreign student, meets Mrs. Hancher and Dean Huit at the annual President ' s Open House during orientation week. Advice Smiles . That ' s Orientation " SWING YOUR PARTNER, " the voice called, so Nancy Anderson and Charles Antrum did so, as they square-danced during Play-Night at the Fieldhouse. FINDING that SUI differs greatly from Austria, Adolf Opel asks Gloria Cleaver for directions at the information booth. DR. BUSH is one of the many faculty members who entertain new students during orientation week. Multi-mass meetings . . . ex- asperating tests . . . the awe- some President ' s Open House . . . ciiaotic registration — when we had survived all this, we were real SUI students. 24 NEW CO-EDS form ye olde stag line at the First Nighter Party held at the Union. Activity Day Means Getting to Know You! " WATCH ME— Nolhuig to it. " says Judi Hammon. but Ray Carlson can ' t quite get into the swing of things. F y sm i mi . 1 x . B it L ' " n HR II rn lL y " «tfX " WB wa WK 1 ORGANIZATIONS, like Student Council, mobilized their forces to recruit workers from the new students. " I ' m sure you want to join our club . . . just sign here . . . the dues are only one dollar. " These were the sales talks issuing from the decorated booths on Activity Day. CPC PRESENTS ... was the Central Party ' s booth theme, as enthusiastic students signed on the dotted line. . . 25 A Turn, a Swirl, a Winning Smile WAITING OFFSTAGE, Sue IH,,,, , Sheryl Deskln and Judy Webber try to relax for their appearance before the judges and the huge crowd. Bermuda shorts, formals, yes, even pajamas were modeled before a male-dominated audience for the selection of Miss Perfect Profile. WENDY STRIEF, 1955 Miss Perfect Profile, announces the 12 finalists as the candi- dates listen with mixed emotions. BETSY BURHANS, „., , „c, was selected Miss Perfect Profile. 26 A BEVY oi beauties. Dolphin Queen, Myrna Reynolds and Her court, Jean Riddlesber et, Jones, Sharon Mcintosh and Karlene Moore, reigned over the gala Dolphin Show d Homecoming weekend. Homecoming Begins with a Splash! A pool oil the moon ... a H inn saucer . . . a rocket ship (XDR-35), propelled the Dol- phins to a sueccssful water show. Ihe queen, sitting on her flying saucer, observed all the wonders of the I ' ltraphysical Year, including llame divers, trampoline artists and swinimers. NO DOUBT we all jumped rope in our day, but never quite llle this! Judy uring FLYING HIGH over the ennpty pool. Dolphins practice for their annual water show. MAYBE it ' s the Mohawk haircut that draws the customers. 27 HEY YOU! says Mary Lou Broghammer. WANT TO BUY a homecorr ing badge? DAVID MONK gets the badge and YWCA adds another 25 cents to its sales. FIRST IN HUMOR: Pharmacy students ' " Badgers Will Get It In the End. " Napkins, Long Hours and Success There is something about Homecom- ing week-end which sets it off from any other w eek-end at SIT. It ' s the big game and the spirit of fall that cnvigors the players and the spectators. It ' s the floats we stuffed in our sleep for many days fol- lowing . . . the marching bands in full regalia . . . the wondrous Dolphin Show . . . the gay music of Les Elgart at the dance. We ' ll never forget. THE UNIVERSITY PLAYERS won the Sweepstakes tro- phy with their float entitled, " Bring Down the Curtain on Wisconsin. " PHI GAM-TRI DELT, " 57 Days Till Xmas, " won first place for originality. JjffOPPwe DAYS TILL CUDi TMM M i«i)k i itM td-%. ' Txz:. PHI KAPPA SIGMA ' S orchid laden float, " Sklmm.ncj O le Wisconsin. " won first place for beauty. Floats, Bands, and a Pep Rally Spirit THE HOMECOMING PARADE, prior to the pep rally, set the mood for a roaring display of spirit. GO HAWKSI yells Milce. unoffi. cia! cheerleader for the year. N t« ONE, TWO, THREE UP, and the card section Is m action once again. The Traditional . . . Alums and Gridiron BEFORE AND AFTER, the Homecoming monument is burned to signify another Hawkeye victory. AN ENTHUSIASTIC FAN springs to his feet to express his approval. ixMIe . IS » «!fc -m%T LINDA WEDEKIND and Ronald Boshart have the event re- corded photographically. PROGRAM PRELIMINARIES before the fun begins. JAMES SCHERF and Robert Cahalan prepare the table for the CPC intermission tea. Music with That Victory Swing I hose attending the Honuioniing Dance, " Varsity Drag, " didn ' t find it a drag at all. With Les Elgart ' s niusie and Sl ' Iowans go- ing through the paees of " Collegiate " during intermission . . . with swirling skirts and a tootball triumph earlier the day . . . life was but a dance, a song . . . LES ELGART provides the music for the Hornecomi- ' q dance. The Varsity Drag. ' -5A » CPC PRESENTS Duke Ellington at the Dad ' s Day con- cert. THIS FEARSOME ELEVEN w.sn they could help their sons whose numbers they proudly display. Every Dad Was King for the Day Dad ' s Day . . . the football fathers proud- ly displaying their sons ' numbers at the game . . . the Duke Ellington concert at the Union sponsored by Central Party Committee . . . Shirley Webster ' s Dad proclaimed Sl ' I Dad of the Year . . . poor Dad, it took him two weeks to recuperate from all the activities in his honor! DAD OF THE YEAR, Mr. Shirley Webster, and daugh- ter, Jane. 32 CHECK YOUR COATS everybody, Party is on! ball— the Fall Tis Autumn - Time for the Fall Party A night in Hawaii (or more accurately Hawaii transplanted), was the setting for the Fall Partv. W ' ooih Herman ami his Thin! Herd provided dance moti ation in the Main Lounge. This was the first all-universit dance of the season and was sponsoreil by Central Partv Committee. WE DON ' T HAVE swaying palms, but who needs them? 33 gg;-j3Kw GAMMA PHI ' S add a band To the campaign stunts. " AW . . . Please vote for Ginger. ' says Jo Cochran, DELTA ZETAS oresent their candidate via a sleeping beauty. MARCIA MYERS was introduced during her skit -for Miss SUI. Coeds, Capers and Campaigning APPROVING WHISTLES v ere given by the dorm men as the skits for Miss SUI were presented. THE JUDGES interviewed each girl, then picked the top ten. Gaiety, Royalty and Wintry Winds Thoughts of Christmas vacation were iiio- mciitarilv diverted by the N ' iiiter Forinal and the eri) vniiig of Miss SLT. Jimmy Dor- sey ' s band satisfied eager jitterbuggers as well as suave rumba-lovers taking in tiie Holiday and ' ine theme. And again it was Central l ' art Committee who made this danee possible. JIM SUI FARRELL d finalists. recis the chorus at the presentation of the M ss P ' i 1 i 1 i 1 1 1 DANCING COUPLES create a path. Maybe It ' s for the photographer. TOP TEN finalists were, sitting: Marcia Myers, Marilyn Miner, Jo Roots, Joey Frush: standingr Marilyn Allison, Marsha Landis, Dorothy Lind, Shirley Barker, Win Naughton, Ginger Van Orsdel. MISS SUI, Ginger Van Orsdel, and her Court, Marilyn Miner, Dorothy Lind, Marcia Myers and Jo Roots. WINTER ' ' Twi%in ' i f -r- Winter ... a series of footfalls . . . shuffling through snow drifted walks, changing ... to slide down icy hills, varying ... to wipe fogged-over glasses and red noses, altering . . . to scrape windshields, converting ... to put on bulky coats and knee socks, pausing ... to warm up over coffee. 36 THE ANTICS _t of Dixieland drew a large crowd around the showboat-decorated bandstand. A Dance With a Mardi Gras Spirit HOBO BOB SMART and Sharon Brady clown around after their intermisston sicit. TOO MUCH DANCING, too much party. Central Party Committee present- ed the Dukes of Dixieland and ap- propriately so, for it was Mardi Gras Daiue time at SI J. I ' he jazz of the Dukes kept feet tired and smiles wide. ifJ iS i ■ ■mi ' ) ' ir ' K J i L 41 s Si " -j L,% i- i 1 ' . W1 i t; Vr, s f ,1 ' « 4 COUPLES JITTERBUG u-, r ui o pap ' ri diagon at the Spinster ' s Spree dance, " The Knight of Nights. S Gals an d Guys . . . " The Knight of Nights " TEX BENEKE gives admiring fans his autograph. Calling for their dates was the worst part, but after Spinster ' s Spree, most girls decided it was well worth it. Ap- propriately named " Knight of Nights, " girls took their favorite beau dancing to Tex Beneke ' s music. No one knew who brought the huge dragon except CPC and AWS, who carefully planned the dance, right down to the last dragon tooth. 38 All underwater kingdom with nu ' r- maids — this sea theme, combined with Ralph Marterie ' s down-to-earth music, made the Interdorm Dance a memorable one. Jan Newcomber and Keith Linn, Interdorm e]ueen and king, reigned until the last Sl ' I mermaid had slipped away. INTER-DORM tinq and queuf,, Keith Linn and Jan Newcomer A Maze of Motion . . . The Inter-dorm Dance INTERMISSION ENTERTAINMENT featured a variety of acts as the king and queen look on. 39 A Pledge, Is a Pledge, Is a Pledge Swirling skirts and flying feet ... a few nervous smiles before intermission . . . Queen Ann graciously accepting her new headpiece . . . the band playing its last number . . . and then the Interfraternitv Pledge formal of ' 58 belonged but to memo- ries. jH ■| ■ 1 p _, - ' 1 H H - ? 1 I 1 1 1 k i?i ■k j 1 j p « WTT ■r ' - ■ A L ■ i ■ M 1 1 b :fil 1 NO ACTIVES HERE, at least that ' s what they said!! BILL BARNHART is having tie trouble. Emilie Kolker offers aid. 40 WITH BALEFUL EYES. Satchmc Amv t-ong warms up before the dance. WALL HIGH decorations present a problem. Oh well, there ' s always the cauldron to catch them. IFC-Panhellenic Formal -a Big Function Whether the Greeks turned out en masse to hear Louis Armstrong or to see the South Pacihc deeorations, the IFC- Panhellenic dance was crowded, [ini Farrell and Kate Myers soloed at inter- mission time with you guessed it songs from South Pacihc. ' Nothing acts like a dame, nothing thinks like a dame . . . " ATTENDANTS: Betty Bates, Mary J Feltes, Sara Jones, Ann Cooper and Interfraternity Queen Gretchen Green, ite i Nl BARB BEISEL book. TAKING A BREAK between breaks in the lounqe. Concentration, Intense and Otherwise 3,000 students pass through the library doors each day for various purposes. Why? To beat 10 others to that reserve book, to nibble on candy in enclosed booths, to study with a date or to wander into the lounge to socialize and compare ideas. DESPITE the many pleasant distractions walking by, the library Is still the favorite place to study. TIME FOR CLASS and students stream out of the library, stopping momentarily to let the guard examine their books to see if they ' ve been checked out. 42 A LOW-ANGLE SHOT captured varied expressions on the faces at the Curr. JUDY MARKER and Allen Messenger share a candle-lit laugh. Currier In a " Misty Mood " I ' hc quantity ot blue ant cTs hair scattered around the ballroom sui .i ested the theme ot Currier ' s fall dance, " Mist .Mood. " The Behm- Martin Sextet kept cnuples dancing, except for the ones who preferred a candlelight ciiat instead. 43 K -. COME RAIN, come sleet, come " snow, " young love is never daunted. SANDRA SCHNEIDER and Richard Wood carry out an old tradition under the mistletoe. Winter Sports SNOW FLEW and faces were washed as the Zeta Tau Alphas and Phi Kappa Sigmas took part in a snowball fight. 44 QUADRANGLE ' S CHOICE to leiqn we e: J.. Cool, Dwiiy tv;,e , .,;u,-,M Liz Skuster, Barbara Boehmler and Mary Malloy Quadrangle Takes a " Formal " Break Liz Skustcr reissued over Wintcrludc, the (Jiiadranijlc formal. Snow iiicii .uul icv blue li, z;hts provi(tcd the winter at- mosphere, an(l Larrv Barrett va- there to give (Jiiadraiigle men and their dates some " real cool " music. SUCH INTENSE concentration, on such a small glass of punch. ' NOW, what comes next? Ah! confusion. ' A, ARDITH AMDAHL, Hlllcrest ' s Queen of Hear+s, with aftendants Ann Cooper, Joyce Schneider, Carol Maxant and Linda Nye. Hillcrest Features the Queen of Hearts " alcntiiics were scattered throughout the ballroom — someone said even Cupid was there. The occasion was Hillcrest ' s " Queen of Hearts " dance with the Behm-Martin Sextet providing the music. One of the prettiest valentines was the queen herself, Ardith Amdahl, who had a heart throne to sit upon. SEVEN GLASSES for four people. They certainly are a thirsty bunch! REACHING for a star — er — Valentine at the Hillcrest Formal. r ' .| H 1 B ri MH HimP H t WinvH BE JACK JORDEN; Bewitched, bothered and bewildered. PROCRASTINATION, the evil of evils. Time for Coffee, No Time for Sleep " WHAT ' S DONE is done " until next final week! Final Week was a mixture of many emotions . . . wonvirm; about a test the night before . . . sighing for relief when it was o er . . . and then wondering. It was a eonibinatioii of eramming, No Doze pills and black eoffee. Then a quick trip to tin- niovie to lorget it all. WHO AM I . . . Whats my name . . . What am I doing here? 47 SPRING Spring ... a series of footfalls . . . shuffling along dusty walks, — changing ... to don berniuda shorts. Varying ... to catch spring fever, pausing ... to sit around a picnic fire, converting . . . to swim at Lake xMacbride. 48 MASSES OF STUDENTS the ballot boxes. d the voting tables, marked their choicer, and d-. Campaigning, a Big Primary Sound truck and poster campaigning prepared the way for campus election day. Union Board, AWS, AVRA, YWCA, SPI and Senior class officer can- didates waited nervously as 1684 votes were ccunited in an extremely light voting ear. BALLOTS were counted and tabulated on IBM machines. PROSPECTIVE VOTERS c a n d I d t f. ' ' _. . the slate of Union Board 4 : THE RATIO .. three to one as student;, gather outside he ne addition of the Union. WILL HE, or won ' t he make the shot? The pool tables are usually crov ded in the Union. I ' ll Meet You at the Union! People tiock to the liiion tor studying in the comfortable library or in the hi- fidelity music room . . . for a meeting in one of the manv conference rooms . . . for bowling, for pool, or for coffee and a cigarette in the popular Ciold Feather Room. AND. Its a strike ROBERT FROESCHLE demonstrates the new automatic pin setters to Dr. E. Harper and George Stevens. PAT BUHN and Doris DeHoogh selecf a little " rock and roll in the Gold Feather Room. STUDENTS WATCH the lowa-MIchigan game in the newly remodeled T.V. room. Theater seats were Installed during the summer. Sometimes We Work, Sometimes We Play AND THROUGH a frame is seen the Union terrace. SOME SLEEP, some study, some dream, but all enjoy the music room. Greeks Study the System . . . Greek ' cck included the IFC- I ' aiihelleiiie Dance with Louis Armstrong . . . the versatile tal- ent show . . . the exchange din- ners where Greeks got to know each other better. But most important, it was a time when Greeks evaluated and expressed the meaning behind the sorority and fraternity system. PARODYING ;;,c . i...: r jris fashions, Tri-Delts lumbered gracefully through their sack line at the Varsity Varieties. DELTA GAMMAS entertain fraternity men at the Greek Week ex- change dinners. SANDY SWENGEL and Don Sherk were named Greek Woman and Man of the year. 52 DELT ' S SKIT goes Calyp. MEBOC. " . y Sing, " Dalton ' s the mAn for PHI GAMS T ;i the story of " Life with Dav Old Traditions Die . . . MEBOC ' 57 Helping girls decide on the Most Eligible Bachelor on Cam- pus were brightly colored posters . . . serenades at all hours . . . an endless array of skits . . . and chorus lines of 185 pounders. But with 1957s MEBOC came a twinge of sadness — An overabundance of activities caused MEBOC ' s death, a death whose Hnish was even more re- markable than its beginning. MOST ELIGIBLE: Pete Usgaard, Tom Dalton, MEBOC OWe " Tre=idwav, John Price ard Dave Du ton. MEBOC OKIE TREADWAY accepts as Betty Busby and Ann Berner do the honors. A RENDITION ot Jaiinouse Rocic " " entertains couples during Intermission. MECCA QUEEN. Liz Skuster and St. Pat, Bob Work- hoven. Beards, Blarney and Mecca Ball .Ma rill 14 meant the Mecca Ball for Engineering; students. Beards were shaved . . . the blarney stone was found ... a queen and St. Pat were crowned. BALLOONS HERE, balloons there, in fact, balloons everywhere. ENGINEERS found the blarney stone which was hidden by the senior class the year before. 54 ONt OF SUI S t. vi ' iiTe r7iinof " spi ' r:s . . . n verO ' -inki n.u p,5rtat ' i n " i cn ■_■ M .i ' y Aph cv ns . na I ' lry rirnrt- BETA ' S AND ADPI ' S .jather around the fire, finding it ' s still pretty cool for a picnic. In Spring a Young Man ' s Fancy • . . A SUNTAN Is a spring prerequisite, talcing the course are Maryada Johnson, Claire Linnan and Bunny Herr. TRI-DELTS join the spring crazfi for convertibles. 55 Beauties, Brains and Brass The Military Ball . . . uni- formed ROrC men anxit)usly introducing their dates to com- manding officers ... a snappy exhibition by Pershing Ritles, Company B . . . Honorary Ca- det Colonel Pat Pollock attired in a white uniform, and four pretty attendants in blue, and gold capes. — Even Ralph Flanagan was there to add a musical flavor. PAT POLLOCK, Honorary Cadet Colonel, Is escorted through the crossed sabers. RALPH FLANAGAN and trumpet provide for o danceable evening. ROTC, we salute you! From left: Pat Pollock, cadet colonel; Ann Berner, Sandy Swengef, Rosemary Hansen and Nancy Chesterman. PERSHING RIFLES entertain with a pro- Tra " i cf precision marching. 56 NATHAN MILSTEIN thrilled audiences with his rendition of the " Concerto in G Minor Op. 26 " by ax. Bruch. THE HAWKEYES, a campus vocal group, are now making fe -oids for Capitol. The group includes, from left, Jim Williams, Derk Slmonson. Don Roeder and Dixie Davenport. Celebrities Add Culture to Campus SUT saw and lic.inl talent this Near, imported ami tioiii within. Nathan Milstcin, the fanmus -ii)liii virtuoso, thrilled a reeeptive audience with his eomplete niasterv of Baeh, Hee- tho en, And IJrueh. Another type of musie eanic from S( Ts own Hawkeves, Don Roeder, Dixie I)a enport, I erk Simonson .uid jini Willi. ims. Sueh son s as " Who Is He " were composed hv their manager, I ' om Keker, and recorded for C apitol Records. Classical mu ic was well re[irt-sented wiieii the I ' ach Aria (iroup, consisting ol nine well-known musicians, presenteel a concert. Included in the group were Jan Pierce, leading tenor of the Metropolitan Ope ra C ' ompan ; and Fileen Farrell. noted sopi.uio. THE BACH ARIA GROUP ' S classical music concert was well received by the eudience. I TIhI mm ROSCOE DRUMMOND. Washinglon columnist, fold SUI audiences that U.S. must face the Red threat by boosting science and research. RAFAEL MENDEZ, trunnpet soloist, was featured in the SUI Symphony Band Concert opening the first Iowa Band Clinic. DUKE ELLINGTON awaits his cue before going on af the Dad ' s Day concerh Notables Give Lectures, Concerts A journalist and two musician? provided versatility for SI lowans this season. " Mr. ' ashington Correspondent " Roscoe Drummond, the syndicated col- umnist, emphasized the challenge of keeping ahead of Russia in the arms race in a L ' niversity Lecture Series address. Appearing with the SUI Concert Band, Rafael iMendez, the fam ous trum- pet player, ripped through predominant- Iv-Spanish compositions with complete mastery and ease. And the Old Duke himself, Ellington bv name, produced some " real gone " mu- sic at the Dad ' s Dav Concert. 58 Fiilk (laiu ' crs, a senator, and an autlior rduiuifd Dut S( ' I stiuleiit " liberal ciluta- tjoii this year. Musicwise, the Tamburit .aiis, in au- thentic costumes, presented Slavic iOlk songs and dances. Senator Paul Douglas of Illinois, speaking to a crowd of 1000, discussed tile inlluence of the American oil compa- nies in the Mideast. I . V. Smith, founder of the famed Iniversitv of C ' liicago Round Table and author of many books, stressed the impor- tance of humor in relieving modern ten- sions — a timeh reminder for weary-worn students. THE DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY TAMBURITZANS pe,fo:med in a concert of Slavic folk singing and dancing. Here they play their tamburrtzans. m " t S Sr ' F ■V d -Mg ' , Hv - i M v K Bt " Bj ' " " y CBt ffflftk. u SENATOR PAUL DOUGLAS from Illinois spolce on The Current Military and Economic Position of the U. S. " T. V. SMITH, author, educator and a ■founder of the Univer- sity of Chicago Round Table, lectured on " The Therapy of Hunnori " LOOKING like a Kodak film advertisemenf this couple record the memorable event. Four Short Years Since Orientation " Wc arc now Statistics, " vc thought as wc grasped our diploma. W : arc the one-third who made it. ■ liavc strug- gled from registration to finals. We ha ' e emerged victors from battles with ad- visors, the registrar and 7:30 classes. Wc have the greatest collections of souvenirs and out-of-date textbooks the world has ever seen. We are readv to face the world! GEE, Dad sure wears funny hats, this one even has a tail. 61 ' l " - President Hancher 64 Deans 66 seniors 73 SUI ' s Mainsr rino -- Our f V. ' p " - ■•■■■;- Wa l$ Iministraiion and Seniors m ■ President Hancher: " Knowledge for Righteous Ends " Man inllucnccs prcpurci.1 n nil M. 1 laii- chcr for the clay — September 10, l ' H(l — when he would he appointed l. tli piesulent of the State lJni ersity of Iowa. He grew up on a I arm near Kolle, Iowa, and was graduated I rom tlie Rolle 1 ligh School, lie then attendeil the State L iii er- sity ot Iowa, and later Oxford University in Englanii. As an SUI student, he was senior class president and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. In 1924, he was admitted to the Iowa bar anci practiced law continualK until I ' HO, specializing in corpt)ration hn . Throughout his protessional career. Presi- dent Hancher kept in close touch w ith the uni- versity and in 1938-39 ser eil as presiilent of the SUI Alumni Association. Suice becommg the top SUI admniisti ' ati ' e official. President Hancher has held man ' im- portant national offices. He served as chair- man of the American Council on Education in 1954-55. He has also served as president of the State Unn-ersit ' Association and tlie National Association ol American I nnersi- ties. In 195 5, he was twice appointeil to com- mittees by President Eisenhower: an eight- ear term on a committee to prepare a history of the Supreme COurt, and a member ol the first Board of isitors to the L nited States Air Force Academy. The Freedoms Fouiulation at alle ' Forge awarded President Hancher with the George Washington Honor Medal in 1956 . Last September, President Handier was appointed to the Commission on (loxernment and Higher Education. In spite ol his highl -de eloped educational background. President Hancher has simple but strong ad ice to offer graduating seniors. In a recent commencement talk he said, " May oLir ears m this universlt ' — ()ur uni ' ei " - sitv — na ' e gi en i)u knowledge and intel- lectual power, but o ei " ami abo e them both, a guiding sense ol gooilness which will com- pel ()U to use vour knowledge and (Uir intel- lectual powei ' toi ' righteous ends. " A HIGHLY RESPECTED FIGURE Presld-nt Hancher has a " hello " for ever student he meets walking to and from campus. 65 iar j;y u. danis Provost AIA.W . DAKIX AdniinistiMtive Dean University Deans M. L. HUIT Dean o( Students A Provost Da is In 1950, Harvey H. Da is was appointed to his present post. As Provost, he has the power to act in the President ' s absence. At Iowa he has also been Dean of the Graduate Colleire and head of the Di ision of Research and Training. De.ax D.AKIX A. Dakm has ser etl as Administrati ' e Dean anil assistant to tiie president since 1944. He is a graduate of the State L ' ni ersity of Iowa and recei ed a M.B.A. from Harvard Univer- sity. Dean Dakin is vice-president of the Rotary International, a director in the Iowa City Cham- ber of Commerce and chairman of the Iowa City airport commission. De. x Hrn M. L. Huit, who has been the State Uni " er- sity of Iowa ' s counselor to men since 1946, was named dean of students in the spring of 1956. Dean Huit is also director of the office of stu- ilent affairs. He has served as president of the SUl chapter of Phi Beta Kappa and is currently province deputy for the western pro ince of Omicron Delta Kappa. M ■ ., SIDM, c. W l. 1 lAi Dean, College of Commerce Deax Wintkr Sidney Wintir has liceii ikan ol the College of Coinnierce since I ' ' id. lie reeeixcd an M.S. Iroiii the l ' ni ersir dI Illinois. Dean W ' mter is presuient ol the Association ol Certitiei,] i ' uhlic Accountant i ' lxaniiners State Board and ice- presulent of the .American Association ol Col- legiate Schools ol iUisiness. Di;. N ' Simon William I. Simon has lieen dean ol the S.l .1. College of Dentistrx since I ' . ' s. . lie recenetl a iM.S.D. from the L ' nixersity ol Minnesota where he was a professor of tlcntistrv. Dean Simon sii- pei " iscs the program i-e(|Liirements which ilciitists must meet in accordance with the respective Boards ol the CoLincil on Dental I ' .iIlk ation. De. . Peteksun Dean Elmer T. Peterson scr ' ed as a L ' NKSCO representati e in MnglantI lollowing the war. lie is a memher ol main educational committees and councils aiul has published two hooks and se ' eral articles deahng with education- al prolileins. WILLIAM J. SIMON Dean, College of Dentistry ELMER r. pi;ti:rson Dean, Cdllciii ' nf I.diic. ' ition 67 FRANCIS M. DAWSON Dean, College of Kiifjineeriiig University Deans MASON LADD Dean. College of Law NORMAN B. NELSON Dean, College of Medicine I, -s v iiv Df.ax Dawsox 1- raiicis M. Dawson was cducatdd at Nova Scotia Technical College, Cornell and Syracuse Unixcrsitics, He became Dean ol the College of I ' ngineering in 1936. He is a member of 5 hon- ()rar ' fraternities, manv professional societies and a member of the Board ot isitors of W est Point. Dean Ladd After 10 years on the faculty. Mason Ladd I e- came Dean of the Law School in 1939. His Held inchules e idence, procedure and practice. Dean Ladd has written l.add on Evidence, a case book. He is also a member of the National Conference of Commissioners on LTniform State Laws. Dean NELSf)N The Republic of Lebanon a ai letl Dr. Nor- man B. Nelson its Gold Medal of Merit in con- nection with his work at the American University of Beirut, Lebanon. Dr. Nelson was also instru- mental in the de ' elopment of a new college of medicine at the L ii ' ersit ' of Calltornia. 68 l)i: l-.Y Li. blLii Dean, College of Liberal Arts Dean Sm r )riL;iiKilly a [irolcssor at Sl ' l, D. I . Sniit Uv- caiiu- Dtan ot the Colks c ol Liberal Arts in 1950. 1 Ic has taiiyht I ' sycholotry, his field of in- terest, at Carleton Cnllet e and the University of Nebraska. Dean .Stint :s the author ol several liooks and niiinerous ainieles. 1)f,. x 1.(11 mw I (; Previously a professor ol liotan at Iowa, ' alter F. I,oeh ini beeame Dean ol the Grad- uate Cojletie in l ' ' 5(). Dean l.oehwuii; has l een aetive n botaniial societies and was a ji,o ern- nient tlele ;ate to the International Botany Con- gress in 1953. ClIAIKM AX R S irsSF.N Lacking a dean, the College of Nursing is eur- rentU headed by an Lxeeiitixe Committee com- posed of iVLirjoorie 1 a fmil, ( daiKs Ben and the Chairman, Etta Rasnuissen. Chairman Rasmus- sen reeei -etl her B.. . I rom Cornell College anil a M.A. from SL ' l. WALTI ' .R F. LUldlW ' lNG Dean, (naduate College I ' .TTA I 1. RASMLSSI ' .N Chairman, L ' nllrj;i- of Nursing 69 LOUIS L. ZUPt Dean, College of Pharmac} ' BRUCE E. MAHAN Dean, Extension Division University Deans and Directors EARL E. HARPER Director, Iowa Memorial Union Director, School of Fine Arts Dean Zopf In 1956, the Iowa Pharmaceutical Association named Louis C. Zopf an outstanding contributor to public health. He holds an honorary Doctor of Science degree from the L ' niversitv of Ne- braska. Dean Zopf is also the chairman of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Dfax Mahan Bruce E. Mahan became Dean of the Extens- ion Division in 1923. While at Iowa, Dean Ma- han has been most interested in the State Histori- cal Society having contributed several articles to its publications and serving as Associate Editor of the magazine in 1923-29. Director Harper Earl E. Harper was President of Simpson Col- lege before coming to SUI in 1938 when he ba- came the Director of the School of Fine Arts and the Iowa Memorial Union. He was also presi- dent of the Association of College Unions in 1956-57. 70 Ill) McCARREL Registrar PAUL BLOMMliR Acting Director, Examinations and Testinj; University Directors Registrar McCakkki, Ted McCarrc! has been SUl reiristriir anJ di- rector of admissions since 1946. He recei " ed a M.A. from the L ' ni ersity ot Missouri. Mr. Mc- Carix! has been president ol the I pper-.M idwest Association of Collegiate Registrars ant! presi- dent of the State Uni ' ersit ' s Triangle Club. Acting Diri.ci ' ir !5i om.meks I ' aLiI Blommers is Acting Director ol the Ex- aminations Ser -ice lilhng ni loi- Robert IJiel who resigned last year. Acting Director Blommers was head of the Examinations Ser iee when it was started in 1943. Since that time, he has been on the facultx of the College ot Education. Director Bki.iiii.i.k Paul W. Brechler became the director of phys- ical education ami intercollegiate athletics at SL ' l in 1947. He receixed a B.A. from Drake L ' ni- versity and both his M.A. dnd Ph.D. ilegrees from SLT. In 1956, Drake Uni ersity awarded him their Distinguished Service Award. Director Mii.ii k At SLT since his graduation, Dr. Clicstci 1. Miller has always been with tiie Imspital. He be- came a professor in 1941 ami has taught in the medical college. Dr. Miller has served as chair- man of the Johnson Count) Fuberculosis Associa- tion. PAUEW. BRECHEER Director, Physical Education, Intcrcoliesriate Athletics I CHESTER I. . 1IEEER Director .Student Health .Ser iccs 71 University Directors Acting Director Bentz Ralph E. Ellsworth resigned his position as Director of the University Libraries January 1, 195 8. At the present time, Dale M. Bentz, for- mer assistant director, is acting head. He came to SUI in 1953 troni the L ' ni ersity of Tennes- see. Director Moeller Prior to coming to SUI to head the school of Journalism, Leslie G. Moeller had spent some 20 years in Iowa newspaper work. He is active in several journalistic organizations and has had many articles and speeches published in maga- zines such as Journalism Oiicirlt ' rl and ; Sprrrhes. Director Hale Mark Llale, the Director of the School of So- cial A ' ork, came to SLU from the L ' niversity of Missouri where he held a similar post. Director Hale is presently a member of the Iowa Welfare Association and was on the Governor ' s Commit- tee on Mental Health in 1956. Director Michaels en Prior to coming to SLU, Robert S. Michaelsen held a Ford Laculty Fellowship at Harvard L ni- ' ersity. He ' as appointed Director of the School o[ Religion in 1954. liis affiliations include Phi Beta Kappa and se " eral organizations concerneil with religious ctlucatmn. ROBERT S. MICHAELSEN Director, School of Religion DALE M. BENTZ Acting Director, Libraries MARK HALE Director, School of Social Work LESLIE G. MOELLER Director, School of Journalism 72 yj M.LLl. Z ' L V C -nlrci. ivhcu :; ■ rxrliaucir I ' dhrhs. " — Incf.rsoi.l 73 A DEVOTED SCHOLAR pores over his book. From a Commercial Point of View The six departments of the College of Commerce share the belief that a student must have a broad education along with the specifics of Commerce. The College is a member of the As- sociation of Collegiate Schools of Business whicli requires the graduates of its member schools to have forty per cent of their work in Commerce, forty per cent in other specified areas, with twenty per cent being left to the discretion of the student. In keeping with the concept of broad understanding, the College of Commerce sponsored its 13th annual Careers Day Conference. During this conference, experts from all areas of business discussed specific fields of commerce with stuilents, leading dis- cussions concerning inter-relationships of the areas of Commerce. Since its establishment in 1921, the College has changed its concepts to follow those of the business world. It is a college moving with the times — a college gi ing its students an educa- tional foundation upon which they can continue to build alter tiraduation. Commerce Seniors EMPHASIS is on the future In the School of Commerce ' s Career Conferences. MORE CERTAIN than the stock reports is the assumption that our studies will be waiting right where we left them. 74 ' T f m A M , ' « Ij . J AHLGREN, R., Davenport ALDRICH, R., Burlington ALTER, M., Bettendorf AMBRISCO. W.. Iowa City AMUNDSON, A., Radcllffe ANDERSEN, H., Brayton ANDERSON, B., Forest City ANDERSON, H., Gowrle APLAND, R., Cedar Rapids AREN5, J., Lawler ASHBY, J., Emmetsburg BAAS, B., West Bend BARTZ, R., Keokuk BASS, W., BAVENDER, G., Iowa City BEAUCHAMP, D., Grimes BECKWITH, P., Iowa City BEHR, R., Rock Rapids BENGE, S., North Liberty BENNETT, C, Newton BERST, G., Welton BETTIS, W., Albla BLISS, D., Lake Mills BLOOMQUIST, F., Waterloo BLUTT, C, Sioux City BOLEY, E., Iowa City BOLHUIS, H., Waterloo BOLSTAD, R., Lake Mills BRANDENBURG, R., Waterloo BRENDER., S., Iowa City BRITTON, J., Fort Madison BRODERS, R., Coralvllle BROWN, C, Iowa City BRYAN, G., Jefferson BUCHMILLER, D., Iowa City BUECHEL, W., Cedar Rapids BUMP, R., Sumner BURKE, T., Santa Fe, New Mex. BURNS. R., Lake Park CACCIATORE, R., Des Moines CARMICHAIL, W., Pocahontas 75 Commerce Seniors OH, for some quick way of abbrev atlng. CARNEY, W., Ida Grove CARPENTER, H., Des Moines CARSON. L., Estherville CARVER. K., Spencer CHAMBERLIN, C, Mapleton CHRISTENSEN. D., Ellader CHRISTENSEN. E., Cresco CLARKIN, D., Sac City CODER, D., Muscatine COLLIN, P,. Golf, III. COLLINS, G., Phoenix, Ariz. COLLISON, J., Sloan CUMMING, W., Decorah DAFFLITTO, J., Centerville DAHLHAUSER, M., Whittemore DALTON, J., Hawarden DALTON, T., Akron DAVIES, T., Spencer DAVIS, H., Council Bluffs DAVIS, J., Iowa City DAVIS. R., Oskaloosa DAVIS, W., Fairfield DIETZ, D., Walcott DISTELHORST, M., Burlington DOAN. D., Cedar Rapids DONHAM. N., Iowa City DORAN, J., Iowa City DORNBUSCH, E., Readlyn DOTSON, J., Waterloo DOV NS, M., Knoxvllle DRENNAN, R., Moline, III. I ' B iS 76 DRISH. K., Burlington DUNKERTON, A., Marshalltown DWORZAKE, M., Burlington EDWARDS, D., Schaller ELDER, C, Parmington ELDRIDGE, D., Maynard EMANUEL, R., Iowa City EMERY, R., Ottumwa ERDAHL, A., Forest City ERMER, J., Doughtery FLOY, C, Thornton FOLBRECHT, P., Iowa Falls FOSS, v., Columbus Junction FRIES, J., Keokuk FRITZ, K., Sioux City GARDNER, D., Des Moines GAULKE, R., Iowa City GAULT, F., Tipton GEBHARDT, J., DeWitt GEFFERS, A., Burlington GILBERT, O., Iowa City GIPE, L., Malvern GOEDKEN, v., Dubuque GONSKY, M., Chicago, III GRAHAM, B., Brooklyn GRONEBERG, D., Danbury GROTHUSEN, J., Bettendorf HADLEY, L., Earlham HAHNE, M., Evanston HALL. C, Palo HALL, E., Corning HAMMER, W., Coralvllle HANSON, J., Iowa City HARPER, M., Wichita, Kan. HARRISON, D.. Toledo HAVENS. T., Clinton HAWLEY, L.. Richland HAYES, D., Marshalltown HEDGES, D., Iowa City HEENE, D., Mollne, III. 77 Ik 1 M Commerce Seniors KATY KETTLESON is the " Rose of Sig- ma Delta Pi. " HEGGEN, R., Estherville HEINEKING, D., Latimer HENNAGIR. A., Charles City HERRMANN, D. ,Peru, III. HICKS, J., Iowa City HILL, N., Clinton HOFSTAD, C, Glidden HOGAN, W., Iowa City HOLDEN, R., Humboldt HOPE, J., Iowa City HOWARD, M., Ventura HUMPHREY, J., Evanston, III. HUMPHREYS, M., Iowa City HURRING, L, Iowa City INGEBRITSON, P., Humboldt JARVIS, M., Muscatine JENKINSON, J., Des Moines JENSEN, J., Ogden JEWETT, D., Osage JOHNSON, J., Des Moines JOHNSON, M., Mason City JONES, J., Boone JONES, S., Spirit Lake KAIMAN, P., Sioux City KALLSEN, v., LeMars KANESS, K., Boone KARLENZIG, E., Chicago, III KEELER, D., Davenport KELLEY, J., Dubuque KELSAY, T., Red Oak 78 KEMP, H., Cedar Rapids KENT, C, Marion KENT. L., Iowa City KERSHBERGEN, M., Fort Dodge KES5LER, T., Cedar Rapids KEYES, H., Iowa City KIRTLEY, W., Des Moines KLEIN, A., Iowa City KLUG, D., Hillside, N. J. KNOCK, B., Parkersburg KRAPFL, P., Harpers Ferry KRUMBOLTZ, D., Cedar Rapids KUGEL, A., Waukon KUHNS, L., West Liberty KVINDLOG, D., Clarion LAMMERT, D., Solon LANE, W., Cedar Rapids LARSEN, R., Cresco LAWSON, G., Jefferson LEIGH, R., Centerville LEINEN, H., Onslow LEMLEY, J., Ames LEWIS, D., Iowa City LIEN, R., Iowa City LIVINGSTON, R., Wilton Junction LOEBIG, W., Wesley LOVE, W., Waterloo LUMRY, W., Shenandoah LUNAN, R., Chariton LUNGREN, C, Stanton LUSCRI, F., Pershing LUST, C, Newton LYCKE, N., Iowa City LYNCH, D., Ottumwa MACKENZIE, J., Davenport MALLARD. T., Fort Dodge MARTENS, D., Eagle Grove MASTERS, R., New Hartford MATEER, J., Newton McCOMAS, C, Iowa City McCUSKEY, J., Iowa City McFADDEN, V., Cedar Rapids 79 : w % Commerce Seniors SENIORS swarm the placement office for jobs. McGINNIS, D., Creston McMAHON. H., Des Moines MEADOWS, D., Kellerton MEAR5, G., Grand Junction MEE, J., Meicher MEIEROTTO. D.. Keokuk MEYER, G., Quincy, III. MICHAELS, G., Iowa City MILLER, J., Marshalltowr MILLER, R., Waterloo MITCHELL, R., Sioux City MOEN, D., Elmhurst, III. MOLINE, H., Geneva, III. MORLEY, C, Edgewood MORTON, C, Perry MORTON, C, Burlington MOTTET, J., Iowa City MYERS, R., Iowa City NAUGHTON, G., Marengo NEIL, R., Ottumwa NEIR, J., Remsen NELSON, N., Red Oak NELSON, R., Berkeley, Calif. NETSCH, P., Spirit Lake NEVERMANN, L., Monona NUGENT, T., Decorah NUNN, J., Clinton O ' BRIEN, T., Dubuque OCHS, M., Keota OHDE, R., Manning 80 ' rf ■yf ! ROBERTSON. R., Waverly ROCHAU, D., Vinton ROUSSOS, D., Newton SACKEn. L.. Janesville SCARCLIFF, C, Truesdale SCHLEISMAN, J., Juncombe SCHLOTTERBACK, R., Cedar Raolds SCHMIDT, H., Georgia SCHNEIDER, M., Eddyville SCHRADER, D., Iowa City SCHRAMM, C, Emmetsburg SCHROCK, S., Washington SCHULTZ, D.. Lytton SCHULTZ, R., Burlington SHOWERS, S., Waterloo SKAAR. S., Swea City OLSON, W., Iowa City ORNDUFF, D., Batavia ORTALE, C, W. Des Moines PARIS, L, West Liberty PARSONS, R., Fort Dodge PECK, M., Oatdale PHELPS, C, Cedar Rapids PIERCE, C, Sycamore, III. PLATO, R.. St, Petersburg, Fla. POSPISHIL, D., Cedar Rapids POTE, T., Anamosa PRECHT, F., Denison PRIDEAUX, D., Sumner QUISLE. J., Elgin, III. RANK, J., Fort Dodge REBEC, J., Cedar Rapids RECKER, R., Bernard REIDER, D., Dubuque REINHARDT, R., Nauvoo, III. REUTEN. F.. Closter, N. J. RIDENOUR, J., Davenport RIDER, N., Galesburg, III. RINDERS, P., Fort Dodge ROBERTS, R., Perry ROBERTSON, K., Oskaloosa L ik ITT d oitmaak Y Commerce Seniors AND SOMEONE -aia tnat accounting was easy. SMITH. D., Iowa City SNELLER, D., Davenport SNYDER, R., Cedar Falls SORENSEN, L, Iowa City STACY, R., Ames STEEGE, P., Waterloo STEIN, A., Carroll STEWARD, W., Bedford STEWART, J., Des Moines STEWART, R., Iowa City STOCKDALE, R., Bennett STOLL, R., Sherrill STOLTENBERG, R., Donahue SULLIVAN, T., Cedar Rapids SUMMY, T., Panora SURLS, D., Iowa City SWANSON, H., Iowa City SWANSON, S., E. Moline, SWEZEY, R., Spencer TAYLOR, G., Anamosa TEBERG, R., Columbus Junction TEETER, J., Charles City THEIN, R., Waterloo THEOBALD, J., Oelwein THIELE, J., Iowa City TUSSING, R., Des Moines TYSON, R., Mt. Ayr VANDERWAAL, M., Algona VAN DYKE, G., Iowa City VAN FOSSEN, C, Grundy Center 4i dik I ' ktik 82 " w •% ' 5»» •«• i i 1 % U Jj VAUGHN, M., Clinton VETTER. D., Cedar Rapids WARREN, H., Iowa City WARTH, W., Iowa City WATSON, M., Clear Lake WEGMAN, T., Iowa City WELLS, v., Milton WESSELS, W., Indep3ndence WHITE. D., Coralville WHITE. D. L, Iowa City WHITMORE, M., Det Moines WIESE, J., Schaller WILCOX, J., Cedar Rapids WILEY, F., Greeley WILL. J., Iowa City WILLIAMS, K., Rockwell City WILLIAMS, R., Sioux Rapids WINE, T., Oelwein WING, W., RocUell City WOODMAN, M., Russell WRIGHT, D., Terrii WRIGHT, J., Anchorage, Alaska WRIGHT, R., Cedar Rapids YERRINGTON, K.. West Liberty ZANOTTI, L., Hlqhwood, IF YOU ever get to feeling too snnuq abou- your adding-machine skill, think of the Chinese and their abacuses. Commerce Seniors THEY SAY that everyone has a baa day now and then, but this Is ridic- ulous. AN INTERESTING STUDY In black and white as these com- merce students pause In University Hall. COMMERCE STUDENTS attend many fectures. This one is economics. 84 Dentistry " I lit ' pyal t- ' uniiil mini has no I ' ujlit to hf olliii ihuii u iniilinii- oiis slinJiiil. " — (;. ' . Bl.ACK 85 VALY, viewed by R. Rasmus and J. Pat- terson. ARMSTRONG, M., Ottawa, III. BARNES, W., Washington BARRETT, J. T., Mason City BOEKE, P., Hubbard BOGERT, J., Iowa City BOWKER, E., Le Claire CHAR), A., Iowa City CLAPSADDLE, J., Algona DAHLBERG, W., Eagle Grove DASKALOS, N., Mason City DENZ, F., Burlington DIXON, J. E., Correctionville DRENNEN, R., Coralville DUMBAULD, J., Marshalltown ELLIS, J., Coralville ENGMAN, L., Des Moines FUJINAKA, M., Walluku, Hawaii GARFIN, L., Iowa City GERLITS, D., Iowa City GOLTRY, R., Iowa City GOOD, J., Marshalltown GRAHAM, D. W., Denver, Colo. GRIFFITH, C. O., Swea City HANSEN, H. E., Dike HARRISON, W., Iowa City HOLLANDER, W., Sheldon JOHNSON, C. E., Des Moines JOST, T., Cedar Rapids KAUFFMAN, C, Waterloo KIENZLE, G., Gladbrook Dentistry Seniors Drilling, FiUing And Cleaning 86 KRAGT. P., Rock Valley LUNDQUIST, J., Swea City MASIN. v.. S. Woodstock, Conn. McKERCHER, T., Manly MEGCHELSEN. J., Coralvllle MORISAKO, A., Iowa City NELSON, D. R., Hampton NELSON, R. M., Winterset NESBIT, F., Waterloo OGESEN, R., Iowa City PINK, J., Guttenberg RASHID, J. E., Fort Madison RASMUS, R., Le Mars REID, R., West Liberty SLATTERY, M., Des Moines SMITH, E., Atlantic SMITH, R. F., Fairfield SPINELLA, D., Coralvllle STACK, J., Dubuque STORIE, D., Iowa City STROHMAN, L., West Branch TORGERSON, P., Iowa City WASHBURN, J., Moline, III. WILKISON, R., Iowa City THE " DO IT YOURSELF " method of pulling Tlic College of Den- tistry offers Hexible pro- grams in all areas. The dental students can pre- pare for teachins nv s[)e- ciali .ed practice; lor per- tectinji clinical and hospi- tal routines or research proceilures. In the College, dental students and dental hv- gicnists learn to work to- gether as an ettecti e team. 87 Dental Hygiene Seniors SOMEHOW this changing clothes in the hall just doesn ' t seem right to me. BADER, S., Dysart BOHLKEN, M.. Scotch Grove BRITTON, C, Sioux City COMPTON, B., Waterloo COHEN, E., Des Moines CRAWFORD, E., Colorado Springs, Colo. DAMON, M., Iowa City EMERY. S., Humboldt FANT, M., Williamsburg FRUSH, J., Adel GOODFELLOW, J., Coralvllle HAAG, B., Des Moines HASTINGS, K., Iowa City HAUGHT, N., Dubugue HOPKINS, B., Gettysburg, S. D. JOHNSON, D., W. Des Moines JOHNSON, J., Perry KIGEN, A., Council Bluffs KOEBERLE, A., Sumner LARSEN, J., Humboldt McCOWN, N., Oalland NASH, J., Iowa City NOLTE, L, Knoxville O ' CONNOR, N., Perry OLDSEN, E., Rockford PATTERSON, J., Alexis, III PHIPPS, R., Marshalltown RECHER, B., Esthervllle ROTMAN, M., Sioux City STEPHENS, M., West Chester VALY, C, Park Ridge, III. WALDEN, J., Waterloo WYLDER, C, Iowa City 88 Engineering " Ihr (jiialitx oj any prodiicl jiidciiul h the iiihu rily III il- maker. " — A. Lincoln 89 THE TRUCK ENTRANCE to the Mechanical Enqineerlnq building. Featuring Slide Rules And Facts The College of Engineering eon- sists ot eight major departments: chemical, ci il, electrical, industrial and management, mechanical, engi- neering dra ' ing, mechanics and hy- draulics, and the Institute of Hy- tlraulic Research. Special seminars are held regularly so that each stu- dent may become more familiar with his chosen field. Scholastically, the College of Engi- neering operates under a program geared to an 18 hour class schedule. This means a correspondingly heavy study schedule for the 750 students enrolled in the college. The extensive placement program operated by the college is invaluable in assisting students to get full-time employment when they graduate and part-time work diu-ing the summer. An ever increasing demand for engi- neering graduates brings representa- tives from an average of 45 compa- nies per month to the placement of- fice for interviews with students in the college. Engineering Seniors SUI OFFERS qreat vocational training. After he gets out he can have his choice of being a welder, a deep sea diver, a robot, or maybe a safecracker. THE PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE really is negligible. 90 ACER. J.. Keokuk AHMED, A., Washington. D. C. ANDERSEN, D., Harlan ANDERSEN, R., Greene ANDERSON, G., Cedar Rapids ANDREWS, T., Iowa City BAACK, R., Homestead BARCK. R., Waterloo BEAR, J., Centerville BELTMAN, J., Muscatine BOGERT, H., Donnellson BOUSEK, W., Cedar Rapids BRAWNER, R„ Muscatine BRECHLER, R.. Hardy BRINDLEY, D., Washington BROGAN, W., Iowa City BROTHERTON, D., Iowa City BROUSE, v., Esthervllle BUCHANAN, D., Iowa City BUSCH, W., Gladbrook BYRNE, R., Dubuque CAHALAN, J., Cedar Rapids CAMPBELL. D.. Iowa City CARLSON, v., Neola CHELLANI. S., Hydrabad, Indl, CHRISTENSEN, R.. Davenport CHRISTY. P.. Nevada COLLOTON, J., Mason City CRAWFORD. W., Iowa City CURTIS, D., Cedar Rapids DAVIS, R., Stuart DEASY, R.. Cedar Rapids DRENNAN, G., Corning DUDLEY. R., Iowa City FASBINDER, C, Iowa City FLASKERUD, P., Cedar Rapids FLUENT, W., Cedar Rapids FOCHT, L., Atlantic FRACK, R., Iowa City GROSS, J., Sloux City 91 Engineering Seniors RICHARD EICHNER takes electrical readings. HAGOS, T., Sidamo, Ethiopia HALE, R.. Iowa City HAUPTLI, J., Iowa City HERRING, D., Iowa City HOOK, E., Sprlngdafe, Conn. HULMAN, L., Davenport HUTCHINSON, R., Tipton JEFFREY, W., Cedar Rapids JEFFRIES, F., Osage JEWETT, J., Dubuque KASS, J., Iowa City KERRIGAN, J., Lacrosse, Wis. KOPECKY, M., Cedar Rapids KULLMAN, D., Iowa City KURIGER, W., Waterloo KUTSCH, G., Iowa City LEE, H., Cedar Rapids LEONG, S., Perak, Malaya MAGEL, K., Des Moines MAGUIRE, W., Detroit, Mich. MAHER, R., Cedar Rapids MAKINSON, F., Kent, Ohio MARBLE, M., Davenport MARSH, C, Kellogg MAXWELL, R., Washington McCLURG, P., Bloomfield McDERMOTT, J., Dubuque McGUIRE, J., Cedar Rapids McKEON, J., Davenport McKERCHER, J., Iowa City 92 kHi d. SCHIFFER, H., Dubuque SCHMARDJE, D., Muscatfne SEALY, J., Cedar Rapids SERGEANT, J., Bettendorf SHEARER, H., Union SHOOK. S., Greene SMITH, J., Iowa City STORM, W., Cedar Rapids SWIFT, C, Cro fton, Neb. TORGERSON, V., Sioux City WALKER, J.. Iowa City WALSH, D., Marlon WALTERS. W.. Davenport WALTON, R., Iowa City WIELE. W.. Muscatine WILEY, R.. Strawberry Point WILLETT, J., Manson Ti , ii 93 McLANE, T., Clinton MOORACEK, R.. Cedar Rapids MODRICK, S., Davenport MORTLEY, J.. Newton NELSON, D., Cedar Rapids NORTHUP, B.. Slgourney NORTHUP. T., Emerson NOSLEY, C, Lisbon PAGEL, N.. Tama PAHARIA, R., Mauranipur, India PANOUSIS, C, Clinton PATTON, D.. Hampton PAUSTIAN, L.. Giadbroolc PENTONY. P.. Sioux City PEROPOULOS, P., Davenport PIRKEY. J.. Iowa City PITZEL, R., St. Paul. Minn. PROSSER, A., Cedar Rapids RASMUSSEN, J., Mason City RIZOS, J., Cedar Rapids ROBERTS. C, Iowa City ROCKWELL. G., Sprlngvllle ROSS, R., Clinton ROTH, R., Mt. Pleasant SCANLON, R., Buffalo, N. Y. THE LINEUP — where before you pass the ' e beautiful, the Mecca Queen. THAT MAY BE a Ford V-8, but where are those 85 horses? AN INTERESTING PROBLEM In measuremenfs presents itself to this stalwart vouna student of engineering. 94 Law " A (illiiiui is r TC llidl is iiul rrctson. M i ii dn }itit viakc Uizvs. I liry do bill dis- (OiiT lliiin. " — POWEl.l. 95 LAW MEN study the tort situation. Case Notes, a Legal Atmosphere The State University of Iowa Col- lege of Law is distinguished in many •a s. Distinguished in age. It is the old- est eontinuous eoUege of law west of the Mississippi River . . . being founded in 1865. Distinguished in faculty. It in- cludes men who are kiKiwn and re- spectetl not only tor their leadership in legal education but also for their wntHigs in books and periodicals with national recognition. Distinguished in student-faculty publications. It publishes The Joiva Lazv Rt ' -ciczv, a periodical with state, national and international recognition, now in its forty-third year. Distinguished in events. The col- lege of law holds Supreme Court Dav during which students present cases to the Supreme Court holding full proceedings in Old Capitol. Law Seniors WE COULD be friendly and seminar, but some day these guys may be running against me. AFTER that last lecture, I feel almost Inspired to write poetry or take up terpsichore, dancing that is. 96 r ADAMS, J., Council Bluffs ALLBEE, H., Jr., Muscatine ALLEN, D., Iowa City ANDREASEN, J., Ringsted BAINTER, H., Mt. Pleasant BATES, C, Wapello BERRAY, R., Iowa City BRITTON, J., Fort Madison BROWN, D., Ruthven BROWN, M., Council Bluffs BUMP, W., Coralville CALHOUN, J., Burlington CARPENTER, S., Centerville CLARKE, D., West Liberty COHRS, R., Iowa City DEJONG, A., Leighton DELANEY, D., Clinton DELK, I., West Liberty EICKELBERG, J., Waterloo FENTON, R., Des Moines FORNEY, K., Carroll GERICKE, v., Postville HALBACH, E., Clinton HANSEN, D., Odebolt HARRISON, R., Vinton HAVERCAMP, J., Davenport HEGTVEDT, L., Iowa City JENKINS, J., Burlington JOHNS, L., Steamboat Rock JOLAS, T., Red Oak JORDAN, L., Varina KINNE, M., Webster City KNOKE, G., Council Bluffs KUDART, A., Mt. Vernon LEBUHN, W., Davenport LESS, C, Cascade LITKA, M., Iowa City LOOTS, R., Iowa City MARNER, D., Wellman MAULSON, v., Lisbon McCANN, E., Iowa City McCLINTOCK. J.. Cedar Rapids McDonald, J., Cherokee McKay, T., Dubuque McKENZIE, T., Kalona McKINNEY, J., Iowa City MEYER, L., Davenport MILANI, J., Centerville 97 Wf le 1 ' » ... iturav aixk Law Seniors SOME OF US must use every mmu+e. MILLER. R., Jesup MORLEDGE, R., Billings, Mont. NELSON, G., Rlnqsted O ' CONNELL, W., Jesup O ' NEILL, J., Armstrong PAPPAJOHN, S.. Mason City PEARSON, C, Williamson PESCH, C, Iowa City PETERSON, A., Burlington PUTBRESE, K., Auburn RICHARDS, S., Council Bluffs RIELLY, J., Rock Valley RIPPLE, R., Maquoketa RUTHER, R., Des Moines SAUCER, E., Waterloo SCALISE, L, Des Moines SCHECHTMAN, R., Greeley SCHROEDER. R., Clinton SENNEFF, T., Mason City SHAFER, J., Washington SMITH, J., Fairfield STIRK, J., West Union SUEPPEL, W., Iowa City SUTTON, F., Clinton TETER, W., Des Molns TUCKER, T., Fort Madison UNDERHILL, J., Onawa VAN ESCHEN, J., Ackley VIETOR, H., Ackley WADE, B., Evanston, III. WARE, P., Iowa City WEBER, J., Fairfield WINSTON, H., Stanwood WITT, D., What Cheer YATES, G., Tipton 98 mk iife til Liberal Arts ' (■ i( (iiti()n of t ' vriy iiuiii and i(iniaii i.- lo . irzf otiur pt ' OpIt ' . " — Tol STOI 99 Culture. Qasses and B. A, Degrees £S. ic K c. ■3J Ari:. sf die Cq as 2 i ' ' j-Tm Liberal Arts Seniors COtlE ?im iL WS »» ' l -Mli --atBie- ■r • r »«j «l K3«h3rcb ' IL Eq ff JSt . J.. ,■•- • 1 w -- ' f » wL H w - r H 11 I H ■ ' » M H " ■ ■ ' m ggg i ff - M H .P- fli kCl 1 TAKING a weil-trod short cut. Liberal Arts Seniors BERGSTROM. W., Missouri Valley BERNAUER. M., ChicagoJII. BERNER, A., Fort Dodge BILLINGS, A., Ottumwa BILLINGS. W., Waterloo BIRD, M., Tama BISHOP, D., Rudd BJURSTROM, D., Iowa City BLACK, J., Audubon BLACK, L, Des Moines BLACK, T.. Shenandoah BLAKEY. M., Enid, Okla. BLANFORD. T., Waterloo BLANKENHORN, B., Ottumwa BLOME, D., Ottumwa BLUEDORN, S., Waterloo BOCK, v., Garner BOEHM, C, Overtand, Mo. BOLING, B., Marion BOMKAMP, L., Cedar Rapids BOOKIN, J., Ottumwa BOUMA. J., Cedar Rapids BOWEN. D., St. Louis, III. BOWERS, S., Coralville BOYER, R., Newton BOYLE, S., Iowa City BRENDES, B., Lowden BRIDEN, F., Waterloo BRIGHAM, H., Madison, Wis. 3RINEY. S., Iowa City 102 BRING, R., Des Moines BRITTON. C, Sioux City BROKAW, J., Clarinda BROWN, J., Mason City BROWN, P., Broomfleld, Colo. BROWN, W., Iowa City BUCHELE, W., Iowa City BUCKLES, K„ Iowa City BUCKROP, E., Rock Island, III. BULKELEY, O., Van Wert BULLOCK, J., Atlantic BUNCH, W., Keokuk BUREN, K., Forest City BURKS, P., Clarinda BUXTON, G., Iowa City BYE, S., Deerfleld, III BYINGTON, K., Plymouth CAMAMO, J., Fort Dodge CAMPBELL, L., Newton CAMPBELL, M., Des Moines CHASE, S., Rockford, I CHESTERMAN, N., Sioux City CHRISTENSEN, S., Lost Nation CLARK, M., Iowa City CLAUSE, K., Jefferson CLELAND, D., Vancouver, Wash CLEMENS, S., Davenport COLE, T., Emerson COLLIN, J., Chicago, I COMER, M., Burlington 103 Liberal Arts Seniors INVESTIGATING books at a vendor of volumes. COPLEY, G., Cedar Rapids COPPOTELLI, R., Iowa City COX. S., DeWitt COYLE. J., Fairfield CRAFT, M., Adel CROSS, D., Tr inidad. Colo. CUSTER, N., Iowa City DAGE, C, Ames DAHNK, D., Iowa City DALY, B., Des Moines DAVENPORT, B., Iowa City DAVIDSON, R., Osage DAVIS, A., Davenport DAVIS, E., Rock Island, III. DAVIS, M., Iowa City DeGROOTE. J., Humboldt DeHAAN, C, Fairfield DEMO, A., McGregor DENZ, M., Burlington DERMODY, D., Clinton DESART, N., Mason City DEWEL, W., Algona DITTMER, D., Quincy, III. DOBRINO, D., Mount Olive, III DOIEL, S., Iowa City DOLAN, J., Swea City DONOHUE, J., Muscatine DORFMAN, B., New York, N. Y. DORFMAN, J., Burlington 104 -d rib S . JfM lA DORLAND, M., Cedar Rlpids DOSS, N., Leon DOTSETH, F., Clarence DOUGHMAN, A., Fort Dodge DOUGLASS, R., Montezuma DROBNER, R., Utica. N. Y. DUNCAN, S., Iowa City DUSANEK, J., Wyommg DUTTON, D., Cedar Falls DWORZACK, C, Burlington DYKSTRA, S., Sheldon EACHUS, R., Cedar Rapids EASH, P., Wellman EASIER, J., Harmony, Minn. EFNER, D., Ottumwa EGGERS, W., Des Moines ELWELL, S., Garwin ENGLERT, J., Iowa City EPPERSON, T., Magnolia ERICKSON, M., Dayton ERICSON, J., Coralville EWERS, M., Webster City FAIRCHILD, P., Coralville FANGMAN, T., Boone FAUPEL, S., Des Moines FAY, D., Jefferson FELIX, J., Oalcdale FELL, J., Iowa City FELLOWS, E., Houston, Tex. FERDINAND, J., Chicago, III. FERREE, J., Iowa City FERRELL, J., Hawkeye FEUER, P., Brooklyn, N. Y. FIFIELD, L, Cedar Rapids FILSETH, H., Davenport FILTER, W., Dubuque FINCH, G., Woodbury, N. J. FINTON, H., Dubuque FITZGIBBONS, C... Sioux City FLEMING, D., Iowa City (jfc 105 Liberal Arts Seniors AN IDEAL PERCH for surveying the campu5. FLICKINSER, A., Gowrie FLYNN, N., Rocit Island, III FORSE. M., Burlington FOSTER. J., Cedar Rapids FOSTER, S., Cedar Rapids FOX, K., Fort Smith. Ark. FOX, S., Cedar Rapids FRANCE, M., Ti.Dton FRANK, M., Dover, Ohio FRAZIER, H., Des Moines FREES, D.. Iowa City FRESHWATERS, J., Washington FRITZ, B., Cherokee FRITZ, J., Cherokee FROEBERG, L, Cedar Rapids FROEHNER, J., Muscatine FROST, J., Davenport FUHLRODT, D., Des Moines FUHR, R., Washington FULLER, F., Des Moines FUNKHOUSER, T., Fort Madison FUSSKE, J., Sioux City GAEDE, R., Sumner GAMBLE, L., Fairfield GANZHORN, J., Mapleton GARLAND, T., Cedar Rapids GARTIN, T., Coralville GARY, T., Denison GATENS, M., Iowa City GATES, B., Qulncy, III. 106 . - ■ J : ' . - - v " " t. 3 i M GAULEY, J., Sheffisid GEORGOFF, R., Mason City GIBBONS, J., Iowa City GIBBS. J., Missouri Valley GILLASPY, F., Wellman GILROY, L, Iowa City GINGLES, D., Onawa GLIDDEN, D., Logan GLIDDEN, R., Rippey GLOPPEN, J., Park Ridge, III GOEBEL, J., Sioux City GOLDEN, G., Iowa City GOLDSTEIN, J., Elgin, III. GOLTRY, M., Fairfield GOODE, L., LamonI GOODFELLOW, J., Coralville GORTON, R., Cedar Rapids GOSS. P., Blairstown GOSS, T.. Iowa City GRAHAM, S., Webster City GRANDRATH, J., Iowa City GRANNER, D., Rockwell City GRAY. R., Iowa City GRAYES, J., Clinton GREENBERG, G., New York, N. Y. GREENER, A., Manchester GREENLEAF, H., Elkhart, Ind. GREENWOOD, K., Sidney GREGG. M., Kelley GREVE. J.. Clinton GRIFFITH, D., Muscatine GULICK, C, Burlington GUNN. R.. Fort Madison GUSTAFSON, K.. Stanley GUTIERREZ, M.. Santa Fe, N. M. GUY, P., Jackson. Tenn. HACKETT. M.. Waterloo HAGAN, J., CenterviHe HAHN, S., Cedar Rapids HALBACH, J., Clinton 107 Liberal Arts Seniors DEEP CONCENTRATION r. Schaet er Hall. HALL, B., Hornick HALL, J., Whippany, N.J. HALL, R., Jefferson HALLORAN, K., Cedar Rapids HALSEY, L., Iowa City HAMILTON, G., Iowa City HAMILTON, M., Davenport HAMILTON, T., Cedar Rapids HAMLEY, L., Ottumwa HANS, D., Wahpeton, N. D. HANSEN, G., Council Bluffs HANSEN, L, Iowa City HANSEN, R., DeWitt HANSON, J., Fairfax HAPPEL, W., Iowa City HAPPEL, C, Cedar Rapids MARKER, F., Denlson HARL, C, Iowa City HARRER, M., Mason City HARRIS, F.. Deerfield, III. HARRIS, J., Jefferson HARRIS, T., Bowling Green, Md. HARRISON, B., Battle Creek HARSCH, L, Ottumwa HART, L., Iowa City HARTMAN, F., Boone HARTQUIST, C, Des Moines HARTSHORN, J., Iowa City HARTZ, M., Newhall HASE, E., Schaller HOOTMAN, J., Davenport 108 f ' - — y ' HOLLAND, D., Leiand HOLLAND. L., Ames HOMER, J., Cedar Rapids HONSELL, A., Cedar Rapids HORNER, C, Des Moines HOSKINS, A., Zearlnq HOUGLAND, A., Iowa City HOWARD, R., Atlantic HUBBARD, B., Kirkwood, Mo. HUDSON, J., Webster Citv. HUGHES, R., Indlanola HUTCHINSON, W., Iowa City HYDE, C, Fort Dodge IRWIN, J., Iowa City IRWIN, T., Eldora HASS, L, Clinton HATGES, M., Mason City HAY, K., Iowa City HEBERLING, A., Rock Island, II ' . HEIVILIN, T., Mason City HEMMETT, L., Camanche HENDERSON, C, Ames HENDRICKSON, J., Muscatine HENRICH, E., Alton HENRY, P., Des Moines HERTEEN, J., Iowa City HICKERSON, A., Scarsdale, N. Y. HICKERSON, M., Scarsdale, N. Y. HIGGINS, F., Winthrop HIGHTOWER, L., Clinton HILL, L, Muncle, Ind. HILL, S., Forest City HILLER, D., McHenry, HINES, H., Burlington HINRICHSEN, N., Renwick HISE, W., Des Moines HOFFMAN, E., Madrid HOFFMAN. J., Oxford HOLDER, D., Waterloo HOLETS, J., Cedar Rapids ii 109 OH, to have a photographic memory! ISAACSON, S., Clarinda JACKSON, H., Iowa City JACKSON, J., Iowa City JACOBY, L, Marengo JANSSON, J., Stanton JARRARD, J., Victor JENSEN, K., Vancouver, Canada JENSEN, R., Mt. Pleasant JOHNSON, C, Riceville JOHNSON, D., West Liberty JOHNSON, M., Iowa City JOHNSON, S., Council Bluffs JONDAHL, H., Lone Tree JONES, D., Lorain, Ohio JONES, J., Fairfield JOR ENSEN, A., Round Lake, III JORGENSEN, S., Round Lake, III JOY, J., Perry JUDISH, F., Iron River, Mich. KALCHBRENNER, J., Chicago, II KALLAUS, J., Davenport KALLEM, D., Grimes KANEALY, J., Perry KANTOR, S., Sioux City KARNCHANACH ARI, N., Bangkok, Thailand KEEPER, P., Rochelle, III. KELLAR, L, Cedar Rapids KELLER, C, Long Beach, Calif. KELLER, J., Milwaukee, Wis. KELLER, W., Richmond Hill, N. Y. Liberal Arts Seniors JKl 110 v -itti rz. A J ifi J jt -T- KELLY. J., Sioux City KENNEDY. B., Bondurant KENNEDY, J.. Iowa City KENWORTHY, L., Des Moines KERR, H.. Des Moines KILLERLAIN, T., Elkader KING. D.. Iowa City KITCHEN, J.. Oskaloosa KLOEWER. D., Manilla KNOEBEL. R., Iowa City KNOESNSCHILD, J., Clinton KNOP, P.. Houston. Tex. KOELLING. R.. Iowa City KOERNER, R.. Vinton KOONTZ. J., Akron KOPECKY. C, West Union KOZLEN. R., Elma KRAMER. K., Remsen KROMER. J., Manly KUEBLER. Q., Calamus KUETER, D., Bellevue KUGEL. D.. Cedar Rapids KUNAU, R.. Preston KUNIK, H., Iowa City KURDELMEIER. G., Cresco LADD. M.. W. Des Moines LAMBERT. G., Maquoketa LANGE. C, Iowa City LANGEITT, S., Cedar Rapids LANGLAND. R.. Zearing LA ROCQUE. M., Davenport LARSEN. P.. Audubon LARSON, A.. Oswego. III. LARSON. J.. Harlan LARSON. J., Iowa City LARSON. M., Kanawha LAWRENCE. R., Minneapolis. Minn. LEKWA. v.. Bennett LEMKE. K.. Arlington Hts.. III. LEVINSON. S., Mason City II Liberal Arts Seniors STUDENTS surge homeward from classes LEYES, M., Burllng+on LIND, D., Clinton LINDQUIST, A., Cedar Rapids LIPSHUTZ, S., Sioux City LOGAN, P., Iowa City LOVE, J., Oelwein LOVELACE, J., Iowa City LOVRIEN, M., Iowa City LUETT, J., Delmar LUTH, W., Winterset LUTHANS, N., Clinton LYLE, M, Ostaloosa LYNCH, N., Gilmore City LYNES, R., Waterloo LYON, M., Des Moines MdcFADYEN, J., Belvldere, N. J. MACKRILL, M., Red Gait MALONE, J., West Liberty MALY, R., Cedar Rapids MARCHANT, T., Marion MARSH, S., Valley, Neb. MARSH, SHEILA, Valley, Neb. MARTENS, G., Winterset MARTIN, C, Des Moines MASON, K., Iowa City MATHES, D., Iowa City MAUGHAN, A., Leon MAXFIELD, D., Iowa City MAZZA, J., Des Moines McCALL, E., Iowa City 112 McCarthy, T.. North Tarrytown, N. Y. McCOMAS, R., Cedar Rapids McCOWN, N., Oakland McDonald, E., Cedar Rapids McGINNIS, J., Britt McGOVERN, P., Watedoo McGRANE. W., Des Moines McGRAW, P., Manchester McLARNAN. J.. Sioux City McMULLIN, R., Harlontown McNEIL, M., Dubuque McPHERSON, M., Fort Rucker.Ala. MEAD, C, Evanston. III. MEANS, C, Callender MEER, S., Iowa City MELCHERT, J., Clinton MENTZER, C, Riverton, Wyo. MERRIMAN, C, Sioux City MEYER, G., Elkader MILLER, F., Rock Island, III. MILLER, H., Ackley MILLER, R., Jesup MITCHELL, B., Burt MITCHELL, M., Harlan MOELK, M., Vinton MOELLER, D., Belle Plalne MOLDENHAUER, K., Iowa City MONSANTO, C, Guatemala City, Guat. MOORE, E., Dubuque MOORE, M., Ames MOORE, S., Glldden MOORMAN, R., Cedar Rapids MORTLEY, G., Coralville MORTON, R., Burlington MOSELEY, J., Conrad MOURER, S., Council Bluffs MOUSEL, R., Iowa City MURRAY, K., Iowa City NAI8ERT, L, Cedar Rapids NALAN, J., Mason City 13 ■ r ' dJ. f B Liberal Arts Seniors THINNER PEOPLE or wider doo.s— our only hope. NASH, J., Iowa City NELSON, J., Mt. Pleasant NELSON, L., Montlcello NELSON, N., Iowa City NEWCOMB, S., Williamsburg NEWSOME, J., Des Moines NEWTON, M., Chicago, III. NICHOLSON, W., Davenport NICKELSEN, H., Iowa City NIEHAUS, D., Grundy Center NOEL, J., Iowa City NOLTE, L., Knoxville NOVOTNY, G., Iowa City NUCKOLS, M., Philadelphia, Pa. OAKLEY, B., Iowa City OATHOUT, R., Iowa City O ' DONNELL, M., Cedar Rapids O ' DONNELL, J., Clinton OEHL, F., Amana OFFENBURGER, J., Des Moines OLDSEN, E., Rockford OLSON, B., Ames OLSON, J., Iowa City OLSON, M., Colo OPHEIM, D., Bode ORTH, W., Ames OVERHOLSTER, S., Marshalltown OVERTON, J., Iowa City PABST, M., Albia PALM, M., Batavia, III. 114 PARK, J.. Manitowoc. Wis. PARK, S., De M-;nes PARSLEY, M., S • PATTIE. J., v.- ■ , -jwn PAULSON, N., Ar,,;; PECK. W., Des Moines PEDERSON, L, Des Moines PEREBOOM, J., Hawarden PERKINS, C, Corydon PERKINS, D., Gaysville. Va. PETERS, D., lov a City PETERSEN, P., Marshalltown PETERSON, E.. Madrid PETERSON. M.. Coralvllle PETERSON. N., Hampton PFALTZGRAFF, C, Dumont PFEIFER, H., Iowa City PHILLIPS, D., Davenport PHILLIPS, J.. Rosendale, Wis. PHILLIPS, J.. Cedar Rapids PHILLIPS, R., Montezjma PHILPOT, R., Ne.,a PIERSON, W., K ' v ■ 5iset. N. Y PIXLER, R.. H -r :. PLUMMER. D., Je-erson POHL. J., Davenport POHL, R.. Iowa City POLLOCK. P., Ames POPOFSKY, M., Osbloosa POTTER, J.. Cedar Rapids POWELL. T.. Anamosa POWERS. J.. Chicago. III. PRESNELL. R.. Charlotte PREUL. L.. Algona PRICHARD. W., Des Moines PRINGLE, J., Garner RAIM, R., Cedar Rapids RAMSAY, T., Cedar Rapids RAMSEY, W.. Cedar Rapids RANSOM, J., Mason City 115 Liberal Arts Seniors REMPE, D., Leigh+on REYNOLDS, J., Clinton REYNOLDS, R., Clinton REYNOLDS, T., Odebolt RHOADS, F., Clinton RICH, S., Sioux City RICH, W., Mt. Pleasant RICHARD, M., Muscatine RICHARDS, M., Iowa City RICHMOND, G., New Hampton RICHTER, M., Ames RICKETT, E., Fullerton, Calif RIGNEY, F., Iowa City RILEY, J., DeSoto RISK, A., Wingate, Ind. ROBERDEE, B., Iowa City ROBERTS, S., Des Moines ROBERTS, S., Davenport ROBEY, G., Iowa City ROBINSON, J., Hepburn ROBSON, C, Sioux Falls, S. D RODEN, J., Lost Nation ROEDER, D., Waterloo ROGERS, J., Oskaloosa ROGERS, J., Mount Ayr 16 ROGGENKAMP, E., Davenport ROSS. C, Somers ROUSE. W.. Terril RUBOTTOM. M.. Coralville RUBOTTOM. R.. Coralville RUDD. D.. West Branch RUDDY. J.. Emmetsburg RUNDLE, J., Paton RUNKE. R.. Palos Heights. III. RUSSELL. J.. Coralville RYAN. C, Iowa City SAHS. M., Iowa City SAIvlBERG, R., Des (koines SANDERCOCK, R., Evanston. Ill SANDOK, B., Levittown, N. Y. SATHER, R., Ivlarshalltown SATO, E.. Puhi, Kauai. Hawaii SCHANLAND, V., Muscatine SCHAPER. D., Estherville SCHERTZ. J., W. Des Moines SCHIELD. P., Stanton SCHILTZ, A.. Dubuque SCHMARJE, M., Sioux City SCHMIDT. P., Toledo SCHOENTHALER, C. Maquoketa SCHOER, L., LakePield. Minn. SCHORR. P.. Clinton SCHRODY. A., Cedar Rapids SCHRODER. J., Davenport SCHUBERT, P.. Rock Island, III SCOTT, H., Iowa City SCOTT, S., Iowa City SEATON, D., Soldier SEAVER, C, Cedar Falls SEBERG. M., Marshalltown SEIDENFELD. E., Des Moines SERGEANT, P., Bettendorf SGRO, D., Hackensack. N. J. SHADLE. L. Boone SHADLE. R.. Estherville 117 Liberal Arts Seniors IT TAKES a l " ;Ldvy toot to bend lilce that. SHAHEEN, T., Cedar Rapids SHARAR, C, Clinton SHARKEY, S., Chicago, III. SHARP, K., Mason City SHAW, B., Marshalltown SHAW, J., Britt SHERK, D., Ida Grove SHINN, M., Albert City SHOOK, N., Iowa City SHOOK, S., Greene SHOPE, T., Malcom SIGNALL, R., Iowa City SIMMONS, N., Dubuque SINEK, F., Pocahontas SKAUGSTAD, C, Humboldt SKEIE, J., Coralville SLAGLE, C, Emmetsburg SLOCUM, N., Mason City SMITH, B., Clinton SMITH, C, Ogden SMITH, L, Wapello SMITH, L. M., Iowa City SMITH, L. W., Cedar Rapids SMITH, S., DeWitt SMOTHERS, S., Iowa City SNELL, M., Fairfax SNOW, L., Lake Park SNOW, M., Bloomington, Ind. SNYDER, S., Belle Plaine SOMNAPAN, R., Bangkok, Thai land 118 SORENSON. W., Albert Lea. Minn. SPAHN. C. Mapleton SPEER. E.. Marshalltown SPEIDEL. T., Minneapolis. Minn. SPENCE, G., Iowa City SPIES. M., Graettinger SPRAY, W., Indianola SPROWLS, L, Sioux City STANDARD, N., Cedar Rapids STANTON, J., KeoUk STARK. M.. Tama STARRY. A,. Sigourney STEINFORD. S., Van Home STENBERG. P., Des Moines STEPHENS, M.. West Chester STROM. E., Des Moines STROTTMAN. R., Sumner STRUVE. J.. Clinton STUFFLEMAN. D., Waverly STYCH, G., Cedar Rapids SULLIVAN, J., New Hampton SUMMERVILLE, J., Des Moines SUNIER, J.. Iowa City SURFACE, R.. Cedar Rapids SWANEY. S.. Cedar Rapids SWARTZ. E.. York, Pa. SWEITZER, N.. Muscatine SWENGEL, S., Muscatine SYTSMA, E., Lelghton TAYLOR, R., Connellsville, Pa 19 Liberal Arts Seniors M m. SPRING IN JANUARY. Sunday morn Ings, clicking heels carry SUI women to and from church. TEAGER, J., Dakota City, Neb. TEST, R., Marshalltown THEER, R., Davenport THOGERSON, K., Mason City THOMPSON, G., Des Moines THOMPSON, R., Clarion THORNBURGH, E., Rippey TOBIN, H., Cedar Rapids TOLFORD. N., Thorp, Wis. TOLLIVER, G., Marion TOP, M., Iowa City TRUESDALE, H., Port Edwards, Wis. TROWBRIDGE, J., Iowa City TUCKER, B., Des Moines TURNER, E., Ashton, III. TURNER, S., Clinton ULLESTAD, R., Iowa City VALENTINE, R., Casey VALY, C, Park Ridge, III. , VANDERNAALD, J., Mapleton VANDRIEST, D., Fort Dodge VAN HOFWEGEN, H., Sioux City VAUGHAN, C, Glidden VEIT, E., Clinton VERGES, F., Cedar Rapids VOGE, W., Galva VOGEL, J., Iowa City VOSPER, S., Davenport WACHTER, R., Chicago, III. WADE, C, Iowa City 120 f ak« WHITE, G., Iowa City WHITE, O., Fort Dodge WHITEHEAD, D., Washington WICKARD, M., Des Moines WICKS, J., Decorah WIECK, C, Cedar Rapids WIEDMEYER, L. Keokulc WIERSON, P., Story City WIESE, D., Kalona WIKSTROM, G., Sioux City WILCOX, K., Eagle Grove WILHAU, L., Grundy Center WILLARD, M., Cedar Rapids WILLIAMS, D., Mt. Pleasant WILLIAMS, G., Mt. Pleasant I2i WADE, G., Jefferson WADE, L., Iowa City WAGNER, M., Iowa City WALDEN, J., Waterloo WALIGORA, E., Burlington WALKER, B., Fort Dodge WALKER, K., Burlington WALKER, R., Des Moines WALLACE, A., Rock Rapids WALLBRIDGE, A., Burlington WALSH, H., Cedar Rapids WALTERS, J., Arlington Heights, III, WALTERS, L., Waverly WALTON, G., Iowa City WARNECKE, S., DeWitt WATSON, J., Solon WEBER, J., Montreal, Canada WEINER, A., Chicago, III. WEIS, M., Muscatine WELD, R., Hubbard WELDING, G., West Point WELLS, H., M quolteta WENTZ, R., Rem;en WERRA, M., Milwaukee, Wis. WESTWICK, R., Springfield, III .. c .- % Jik n H F IP " r 1? • AT r MV.. ' -aB. ' i H : . Liberal Arts Seniors a»_ . --.. i. . .- o»3 , Kgt- ' -- « •.- ' ONE OF MANY paths of learning lead to Schaeffer Hall. which WILLIAMS. J., Rock Island, III. WILLIS, H., Chariton WILSON, B., Mechanlcsville WILSON, D., Colesburg WILSON, G., Sac City WILSON, J., Iowa City WINGA, E., Washington WIRTZ, L, Wellman WOGEN, M., Cedar Rapids WOLFORD, J., Newhall WOOD, M., Chariton WOOD, M. A., Charlton WORMLEY, T., Iowa City WYLDER, B., Cedar Rapids WYRICK, S., Altoona YERKES, R., Toledo YOUNG, D., Rock Island, III. YOUNG, E., Des Moines YOUNG, J., Cedar Rapids YOUNG, J., St. Louis, Mo. YOUNG, R., Oelwein ZAVERTNIK, J., Iowa City ZEITLER, G., Albany, N. Y. ZIMMI ZMOLI ZUBER ZUNKI ERMAN, J., Iowa City EK, A., Toledo , C, High Amana :L, W., Emmetsburg 122 -25!? ' - f W- | T J - -- .g_ — " M I ditinr is ihr only pr()f si )ii that lahors iiutssitiill to dtslrox Xt A vl.XV AXXv ' ' ' ' I ' iiso ' i jor lis o ' uii twisliiht ' . " — Brvce 123 WE WONDER If Dr. JekyI used any thing like this in his original formula. Microscopes, Studies and M. D. ' s A new structure took its place among the medical community of lab- oratories anil hospitals. It is the SI, 505, 703 Meilical Research Cen- tei- which was deilicated this tall. In tlie new research center are fa- cilities for a do7xn departments in the college of medicine. In addition, it includes the dean ' s ofHce, hospital recortls. the clinical hiochemistrv lab- oratories and clinical cytology. The new wing connects the SUI General Hospital and the Medical Laborato- ries building, combining them into a single functional unit. All students in the college ol meili- cine automatically belong to the As- sociated Medical Students (AMS). The AMS council, consisting of four representatives from each class, was acti e in con e ing to tiie students a better understanding of the medical profession. The AMS also sponsored many social aeti " ities which Mere wel- come niiihts awa I rom the books. Medical Seniors FELLOWS CAN ' T study all the time!!!! THE SUBJECT: X-rays; the topic of conversarlon: the rib cage. J 24 ANDERSON. J., Coralville ANDERSON. W., Clinton BARTELS. D., Lytton BATES, P., Des Moines BIAS. R.. Iowa City BORCHERDING, D., Sumner BRABY. H., Iowa City BROHOLM, R., Waterloo BROWN. J.. Vinton BUECHLE. G., Iowa City BURGESS. D., Naperville, III. CARR, J.. Des Moines CHRISTENSEN, R., Algona CLARK, C, Estherville CONWAY. F.. Manilla CRONKLETON. T., Donahue CURTIS. S., Oxford DANIELS, C. Des Moines DEKOCK. J.. Oskaloosa DENBO, H., South Bend. Ind. DOSS. J.. Leon DUCOMMUN, D., Whiting, Ind. EARLL, J., Hawarden EKLUND, H.. Dayton ENGLAND. B.. Iowa City ERKONEN, W., Sioux City ERPS, W.. Arcadia FENTON, W., Iowa City FITZ. A.. Melbourne FOSTER. P., Cedar Rapids FRINK. R., Tama FROMMACK, B., Des Moines GAMBER, H., Iowa City GARBER. K., Randolph GARRY. P., Bancroft GERNDT, H., Iowa City GILLIS, H.. Oakdale GRIESENBECK, R., Iowa City HAGEN. R., Iowa City HAMMER. R., Des Moines 25 Medical Seniors PRETTY HEAVY BOOK, plus pretty heavy reading material! HANSEL, R., Dubuque HARTLEIP, D., Waterloo HENDRICKSON, R.. Cresco HOCKMUTH, R., Iowa City HOGSHEAD, H., Hudson HORWITZ, I., Chicago. Ill HUEWE, P., Remsen HULL, C, Knoxville JACKSON, J., Sioux City JACOBS, S., Readlyn JOHNSTON, R., R. Madison KIEFFER, W., Des Moines KITCHEN, C, Osbloosa KIVLIGHN, D., Sioux City KLAUER, J., Akron KLOSTER, F., Forest City KUEHN, R., Grafton LACKORE, L, Forest City LAUVSTAD, W.. Coralville LEICHTMAN, R., New Hampton LIMESAND, D., Lake Mills LINK. D., Cedar Rapids LONGSTRETH, C, Atlantic LUHMAN, L.. Radcllffe MAUGHAN, J., Leon McDEVITT, W., Winthrop McNeill, l, lowa city MILLER, R., Rock Valley MILLS, S., Joy, III. MURPHY, T., Ida Grove 126 I NELSON, R., Roland NICKOL, J., Epworth OVERBY, F., Finley, N. D. PATTERSON, P., Des Moines PECHOUS, P., Iowa City PETERSON, H., Decorah PIERCE, M., British West Indies POWELL, R., Iowa City RABUCK, B., Coralville RINDERKNECHT, N., Atlins SCHNELL, M., Carroll SHINING, H., Waterloo SINDER, C, New York, N. Y. SISK, J., Iowa City SPRING, N., Iowa City STARK, T., Cedar Rapids STROTTMANN, M., Readlyn STUtvlME, L., Muscatine SUTTON, J., Des Moines SWANSON, K., Dayton SWEEM, D., Attica SWITZER, R., Nevada THOMAS, G., Lehigh TJADEN, H., Titonb TOURIAN, A., Stoneham, Mass. WEEBER, J., Albia WELCH. G., Iowa City WELDON, L, Council BIjffs WHITE, J. W., Worthington WIGDAHL, L., Emmetsburg WILKER, R., Iowa City WOLFE, R. D., Donnellson WORMLEY, J., Des Moines WORTON, E. W., Iowa City ZOUTENDAM, R. L., Waldo, Wis. 127 AND THEN he said, " there s just one thing I like better than rich, generous and psychosomatic patients and that ' s women patients. " Medical Seniors DR. NELSON and Gov L vPi. machine. inspect The new Medical Center ' s cobalt IT ' S A TENSE operation as this medic lines up a delicate shot in bumper pool. 128 Nursing " I ' d liii ' h iiitJiiiiir is In Vrcr linnonihlw " — I.ISSAKLS 129 Nursing Seniors AFTER A LONG, hard day of think- ing, it ' s fun to do something simple nice this. Capping, Westiawn, Then R. N. ' s The College of XiirsinL; tle elops nurses ho can serve society proiicily and ncil. It seeks to train the incii- viduiil to be unelerstanding and skill- ful in curing tor patients and sympa- thetic to their needs. It encourages personal development by utilizing the many (opportunities available to the nursing students, thus making them adaptable to any situation. Students receive practical experi- ence in the L nixersity ' s extensixe hos- pital system and in arious Iowa health agencies. This year the College of Nursing " capped " 1 12 nurses. Student nurses are encouraged to be active participants in campus and community life. All participate in the Student Nurse ' s Association (SNO), which strives to develop the nurse ' s academic and social interests. SNO sponsored the capping cere- mony, guest lectures, informal social functions and the Westiawn SNO Formal. THE TOPIC mighf be " Will Rex Morgan ever marry his office girl June? 130 THAT SILVER LINE is supp_.ca : it is . . . 10:50 — time for coffee. ,e .r. iiere some place. Ah! there ANDERSON, S., Ames ARMIGER, L, Inwood ARP, A., Norway BANWELL, S. T., Clarion BELVEL, D. K,. Davenport BENGTSON, S., Rockford, BENTON, M. L, Lost Nation BERS.T, C, New Hampton BLEICH, L, Scarville BOOTH, D. A., Clinton BURKE, M. W., New London BURKE, M. J., Davenport BURKHEAD, S. L, Madison, Wis. BUTCHER, N., Wilmington, III. CAMP, K. C, Iowa City CLINE, E., Omaha, Nebr, COLVIN, M. J., Elkader COOPER, M. W., Gibson DARDEN, D., Independence DAVIS, C, Iowa City DAVIS, R. H., Knoxville DAY, I., Brighton DEN BESTE, D., Sibley DIETS, E., Ames DOVE, J., Des Moines EDMUND, M. A., Red Oak ENFIELD, v., Milford FRANCK, P., Quasqueton GASTON, S., Cedar Rapids GIBBS, J., Cherokee GILPIN, L, Anderson, Ind. GODBERSON, J., Odebolt GOLINVAUX, L, Iowa City GORMAN, R., Dixon, III. GRAVES, S., Clinton GROUND, M., Independence GULL, L., Zearing HALL, G., Ottumwa HANCOCK, T., Iowa City HANSEN, J., Kanawha HANSON, M., Cedar Rapids Nursing Seniors " BUT I TELL YOU he can ' t be pinned. I went out with him last night. " HEEG, C, Aurora, III. HENEKE, K., Maquoketa HILE. N., Russell HIMROD, C, Iowa City HOBART, M., Lake City IRWIN, N., Iowa City KACERE, N., Cedar Rapids KITCH, N., Sioux City KLINGER, J., Donnellson KNAUSS, B., Mars, Pa. KOLKER, C, Waterloo KREMER, L., Dyersville LARSEN, J., Chicago, III. LEICHT, L, Decatur, III. LEINFELDER, B., Iowa City LITTLE, D., Cedar Rapids MADDISON, G., Sioux City McGIVERN, M., Des Moines MEISTER, D.. Iowa City MILLER, L, Rock Island, III. MOORE, M., Waterloo MORGAN, M., Clarinda MUELLER, M., Chippewa Falls, Wi; NAPIER, J., Des Moines NAPOLI, G., Chicago Heights, III. NEGRETE, M., Belmond OATHOUT, J., Iowa City OWEN, W., Wyoming, III. PARK, E., Ottawa, III. PATTERSON, M., Iowa City PHINNEY, R., Iowa City 132 REINDLEY. M., St. Louis. Mo. RITTENMEYER, J., Iowa City ROBERSON, J., Monticello ROOD, S., Bode SAMUELSON, B., Iowa City SCOFIELD, C, Esmond. III. SHOUP, G., South Amana SMITH, S., Quincy, III. SMOLEY, S., Spirit Lake SOKOLOF, F., Des Moines SORENSEN, N., Red Oak SORENSEN, S., Iowa City SPENCER, G., Marshalltown STAACK, J., DeWitt STAFFORD, P., Clinton STAHNKE, J., Clarinda STEFFA, E., Cedar Rapids STEVENS, I., Conrad STOBER, M., Iowa City STOCK, J., Odebolt SUTTEN, B., Kellogg THALACKER, R., Des Moines TRELOAR, D., Fredricksburg, VANDERHORST, E., Woodson, VAN GINKEL, K., Des Moines VENDELBOE, B., Ames WALLACE, K., Winterset WALTERS, J., Park Ridge, III. WHANNEL, S., Waterloo WHITMORE, K., Fordyce, Ark. WHITTEN, E., Lewlstown, Mont. WIEGMAN, G., Cedar Rapids WIELAND, D., George WISGERHOF, H., Sully WITTEKIND, L. Kalamazoo, Mlcti. WOOD, L., Zearing 133 ■i MIRROR. MIRROR on the wall, will I be married next spring or this -fall? Nursing Seniors TO THE NURSE, every man is a king on a throne whonn she will gladly serve. AND AFTER WE -finish looking at these, there are some more " Bride " magazines out in the hall 134 Pharmacy " I ' ll,- Iniil lIuTCoj .sliull he joi nifiU ami llir leal llin CDf f or nirdichic. " — Bible 135 AH, YES. Someday i shall own my own little apothecary shop, com- plete with Kleenex, after-shave lo- tion, cosmetics, comic books . . . Mortars and Mixing That ' s Pharmacy There arc 216 students m tlie Col- lege ot Pliarniae all of whom belong to the American Pharmaceutical As- sociation. The college proxules man practical experiences for its students. A display contest in conjunction with colleges of pharmacy across the country was held during Pharmac ' Week. This contest reveals the pub- lic health aspect of pharmacy. During their senior year, pharmacv students Hnd the hospital pharmacy training program to he an experience that contributes imnieasurabl ' to their later careers. The junior pharmacy students manufacture pharmaceutical products for the university hospitals — training that gives them an insight into their profession. The curriculum is designed to edu- cate qualified students as competent pharmacists in retail pharmacy, hos- pitals, industrial wholesale pharmacy, research and teaching. Pharmacy Seniors IS DF PHARMACV iENT US PUBLIC tVERYDAY %f (S FOR BETTER C p bu » 1MUNITY HEALTH l ;; A BEAUTIFUL WINDOW DISPLAY ' Ah! creative talents and scien- tific knowledge too!! WITNESS HARRY SCHULTZ: the alchemist never had It so good— or so complicated. 136 ACKERMAN, v., Spraguevll ALBRIGHT. J., Ottumwa ANDERSON, J., Ottumwa AXLINE, W., Roseville, III. BEVAN. J., Iowa City BOERNER. C, Iowa City BRAUN, K., Iowa City CLARK. M., Klngsley CRAWFORD, R., Sanborn CURTIS, R., Richland DAVIDSON, R., Boone DAVIES, J., Davenport GLENN, K., Iowa City GRAHAM, D., Cedar Rapids GREENING, H., East Molina. Ill HANCOCK, J., Joliet, III HAVE, T., Iowa City HELFTER, L., Iowa City HOYE, T., Estherville JOHNSON, H., Tipton KELLY, A., Mason City KENEFICK, T., Eagle Grove LANDESS, R., Anamosa LARSH, L., Glidden LARSON, P., Cresco NORGAARD, J., Onawa RAFFENSPERGER, P., Coralville RAUENBUEHLER, M., Burlington RICE, H., Cedar Rapids SCOTT, J., Emmetsburg SHEEHAN, M., Le Mars SLEE, J., Iowa City SMITH, L, Iowa City SQUIER, H., Iowa City THARP, L, Grinnell THUDIUM, G., Grand Mound TUETKEN, P., Monticello YOUNG, D., Van Home V Q - ' O. JfMJf, M m.m n Football 144 Basketball 155 Other Sports .... 163 Hands in A r ion — Our Athletics CHEERLEADERS: Pete Jusien. Lori Shadle, Paul Wiese, Carol Farchmin, Dick Welner, Jeanie Hansen, John DeBlauwe. Tom Oblinger JOHN NOCERA signs his autograph as admiring hosts look on. I The People Fall meant football and football meant staniiinn on one foot and then the other for tickets . . . " I " men enthusiastically selling football programs . . . shedding yellow nnims at Homecoming . . . sack lunches . . . gold and black shakers . . . colli drinks when it was hot . . . steaming coffee when it was cold. 140 We Cheered For TO THE JOY of loyal fans, one of fhe SUI clowns nets a conversion. The taiiu, ot the air alonu; witli rlic .est ot the cheerleailers promptet! tlic crowd into crhal action. Fre(]iiently, an ainhitioiis Fan would stand up and loiidlv roar K-o-wa-wa — imht ! 141 TED SEGURA won the Big Ten still rings championship. DAVE DITTMER won a Big ler fencing title In the epee. STAFFEN CARLSSON won the Big Ten free exercise event. Outstanding Athletes DEACON JONES crown winner in the two-mile run. DAVE GUNTHER was selected as outstand- ing member of the basketball teann. 142 They Excelled . . . Another yroiip of names was atlded to the lony list of outstanding atliletes at the L ' ni ersitv ol Iowa in 195 7- 58. With the opening kiekott of the football season, Hawkeye tans were treated to brilliant perfornuinees by a long list of Hawkeye athletes. I ed In Jim Gib- bons, Alex Karras anti 1 ' rank IMoomciiiist, Iowa gritl- ders pro ed themsehes a power in the Big Fen. Iowa was host to the annual Big Ten Swimming meet in March. 1 lonormg their i-etii ' ing coach, Dave Arm- bruster, were Hawk swimmers Gary Morris, who won the 50 ard free style, and Lincoln Ilurring, who cap- tured the crowns in the 100 and 200 yard backstroke. Both were top contenders in the NCAA meet. In the Big Ten Fencing meet, Da e Dittmer won the onl I lawke e individual crown. Iowa won the Big Ten ' restllng chainpionslii|i and two low ails, (leiie I.uttrell and Smion Roberts won crowns at l.U pounds and 147 pounds respectively. During the imloor track season. Deacon Jones vvon numerous crowns in the two-mile run. Staffen Carlsson ami I ed Segura were leaders on the Hawkeye Gymnastics team. For the secontl straight eai " , Da e (iunther was selectetl In his teammates as the outstanding member ol the basketball team. GARY MORRIS captured the Big Ten title for the free style. SIMON ROBERTS won in the Big Ten wrestling meet. GENE LUTTRELL captured a Big Ten wrestling LINCOLN HURRING .-on the Bin Ten backstroke events. " MU ' iB!-i- ..- F.. [Ri TiS i, J., .jteriiftraori, ©.. V-s- ©.. Sgr . J.. .Js- -: -iira, Sesami ISaw 5.. ' Lftprsm. . ' ' ' . Sirstmen.. fP_ HS nrsa. S- SoE t, X OhnBSfflrtsEm. ItS- Iffifiiii Suwr: iXi. Sri ' tpBTiii;, ■?•. ,i ■ , ' •-.■--.■•., ; ..- — i. ' , -i4-T, - tisi, T, ©tlWloiiifo,, X iL njm. C- SoBTftssn. M, ll««is, C. Use ffi.. " S )! $.. T oitmBT. £ ■ ■ -■sy rffro, as ' isitBTrt irssnih. Football IiWK ' a " ji ' . . -■ • ;— e 14 Iww-a 2(01 W- ' -: 13 IfljKsra 47 , I«wa 211 . hsmTi , f ' f ' - ' f -■;. U Iiwwa - .--.m 21 l(Qiwa 44, MmramiiSiota 20 I(W»-a H " f ' ■ JiVflpva I ' - . . - Xi ' .- • I 1 W " wi m r -o -. :.e£i, J- ATmsTTOT-s. D, MscJfir ' .rey. R- 5cs ' t ci. J- Nc sct e ' - S tts ssss-3 ri nfl t i Row: Bcc Ftera. assjstaTrT coacn; D. LK-s ' T- ore, S. Vaess -T ' A. i t n, D, Oar . C Me S ' l " - Rcw: j£-rT ' HTlce be ra T d Arc »s Kodnss sss ' s ' a ccec ' -es. S 33 ' c , J- Sa ' w ' r w, VcDr ' -S ' -z; FOOTSALL COACHES: Je rry ' r ' ' 9e-p -5 -e " 5- ' i Sob- en Flora. Forrsst " Ev ' Eva- shsvslJ, Arc iie tCodnsi, Henr ' " " Wl-ntev ' " Pirc, Rebsit Allen ' . 145 CAPTAIN JIM GIBBONS and John Nocera smash Ohio State ■fullback Joe Trevessono In Iowa ' s losing effort. Iowa 13 Ohio 17 Ohio State eiuled the Iowa football reign in the Big Ten by edging past the Hawkeyes 17-13, earning the right to play in the 195 8 Rose Bowl game. Playing at Coliinibiis, the Buckeyes scored first on a Held goal in the first per- iod. The Ilawks countered with a 66- yard march, ended by an eight yard pass from Randy Duncan to end Bob Prescott, taking the lead, 6-3. After Ohio State scored again, the Hawks made a touchdo n on a one yard sneak by Rantly Duncan. Prescott added Iowa ' s only extra point tor the day. Then, sophomore back Bob White staged a one man show as he carried Ohio State for a 66-yard drive. He finished with a five-yard touchdown run to earn the Buckeyes the right to the Big Ten Rose Bowl bid. ALL-AMERICAN ALEX KARRAS stops Calen Asco as Jim Gibbons, Mac Lewis, Bob Commings and John Nocera rush to aid at Columbus. r ' j- 146 Iowa 21 - Michigan 21 Playintj, before 90,000 partisan fans, Iowa ' s I lawkeves were on the short end as Michigan took a two touchdown lead at half time. iUit ihe 1 lawks canie roaring; hack to earn a liai ' d fouiiht 21-21 tie. Iowa opened tlie scorinLi; gates tirst as |nii (iihhons lirahlied a Miehiiian hinihle near the Wolverine lO-yaril line. Four tries later, John Nocera sinasheil owr foi- the touchdown. I i-admo 21-7, Iowa took the opening kickoft ot the second hall hack TiS yards in 1.3 plays to score. Don Horn lead the inai h, scorniL; on a three- aril smash. In the lourth periotl Iowa took () er, alter iMichigan punted to the Michigan 48- artl line. Using running plays, Iowa ino ed to the 19-yard line, where Duncan passeil to 1 lorn on the three- ' artl line. Four plavs later, Duncan scoreil on a ([Liartei- hack sneak. ISoh Pi-escott con erted tor the tie. Iowa ' s line shone on delense, with Karras, Klein anil (iihhons leading the way. Michigan-horn 1 lawk, Don Florn antl John Nocera were the stantlouts on offense. RIGNEY, Commings and Gibbons rush to aid Quarterback Duncan as he snnashes past three Michigan defenders. 147 RANDY DUNCAN gains short yafOocje vain to clear a path. Frank Bloom quiit tnei in Iowa 21 - Wisconsin 7 Iowa exploded twice b tak- ing long runs in the second half to gain a 21-7 victory ov- er the Wisconsin Badgers be- fore 5 8,147 Homecoming fans at Iowa City. Leading by 7-U midway through the third ()iiarter as a result of a long drive ended by Mike Hagler ' s seven-yard run, Iowa lapsed just onee. John riobhs, a Badger hall- back, fell on a blocked Iowa punt in the end zone and kicked the extra point to tie the score. Two minutes later sopho- more fullback Don Horn took a Randy Duncan haniloff ami roared 35 yards thru the Bad- ger defense for the tie break- ing touchdown. Bob Prescott again converted. Iowa ' s scoring was finished in the fourth quarter when Bill Gravel grabbed a stray Wis- consin pass and sprinted 44 yards for the third Iowa touchdown. For the third time. Prescott converted. 148 LET ' S GET OUT of here while they ' re still down — Iowa ' s ■famous hit-and-run play. Iowa 47 Indiana 7 INCHES are as good as miles, as end Bob Prescott snares a touchdown pass in the tirst quarter. After disposing of two non-con fcrcncc foes, Iowa ' s Hawks opened the detense ol their 1956 Big Fen ei ' own with an eas ' win over Indiana at Bloomington, 47-7. Io a scored on a nine-yard run h Hill (ira el earl in the hrst quarter. Later, a Randy Duncan to Boh Prescott [)ass was gooi.1 tor 21 ards and a touchdown. In the seeoiul period Iowa scored three times. The first was a 36- artl pass from Duncan to Jim (iihhons. Then Ra jauch, a sophomore, scoreil on a nine- ard sprint. (ira el then addetl his second touclulown, a nine- ard run. I his einled the hrst half scoring. Mike I lagler antl Billy 1 lappel each added a touchdown in the seiond halt. Next stop: W iscoiisin ' s Badirers at Iowa Cit ' . 149 ' te % Kl ' ; IOWA DEFENDERS ilip and slide in an effort to stop a Northwestern ball carrier in the mud and snow at Dyche Stadiun Iowa 6 - Northwestern A BIG SPLASH and a Northwestern back slips past the Iowa A missing tarpaulin anil tlirec inches of snow teamed with a tired up Northwestern eleven to give Iowa its first big scare of the 1957 season. Only a fourth quarter freak pass to Kcxin P irlong from Randy Duncan kept the lla keyes in the unbeaten ranks. Alex Karras, Iowa ' s All American tackle, recovered a Wildcat fumble midway through the fourth quarter to start the Hawkeye vic- tory march on the Northwestern 33-yard line. After two unsuccessful running efforts, Dun- can threw a pass intended for Furlong. Will- mer Fowler, the Wildcat safety man, de- flected the ball, but Furlong managed to grab it and ramble 31 yards for a touchdown. Af- ter tlie game Duncan called it, " the worst pass I ' xc thrown all ear, " ' and P irlong termed it, " the luckiest catch I ' ve ever made in my life. " 150 f% %r«(. Iowa 44 Minnesota 20 ith sc en seniors phuing tlicii- last home sianie, Iowa ' s 1 lawks smashed Min- nesota 44-211 helore 5 S, 1111(1 Dad ' s I)a fans. The smashui ictory enileil tiie un- warranted tag ol " (luitters " phiced on the Hawks hy rime Magazine. Captain Jim Gibbons set two reeei ing records enroute to two touchdowns, both on passes from Rand Duncan. Duncan also addeil two touchdoxMis, while Hob Prescott and WiUiani 1 lajipel gained the others. Prescott also adiled five con er- sions aiul a .35-yarel field goal. Gibbons scored first on a five-yard pass from Duncan. Then Duncan countered from the one- ard line for a touchdown. Iowa ' s third score was a gift. Prescott recovered a bad pass from center in the end zone for a touchdown. Just before the half ended, Prescott kicked his 35- ard field goal. In the second halt, Duncan started the scoring with his second one-yard plunge for a touchdown. Then senior Billv Hap- pel sprinteil 48 yards for the final touch- down. THERE IS SPRING in the fast action during the Iowa-Minnesota football game. MINNESOTA PUNTS over the out-stretched arms of Dick Klein and Frank Rignsy. Iowa 21 Notre Dame 13 FRANK BLOOMQUIST and Bob Commings cltanng a path for a Hawkeye back against Notre Dame at South Bend. In their first victory over Notre Dame at South Bend since 1940, Iowa defeated the rapidly improving Irish 21-13. This ended the 195 7 year with se en ietories, one loss ami one tie. With minutes gone in the first period, Iowa pushed across the goal line of the Fighting Irish. Containing Notre Dame after the kickoff, John Nocera scored on a 36-yard run. In the second period. Randy Duncan grahhed a stray Notre Dame aerial attempt and sprinted 24 yards for Iowa ' s second six points. Iowa ' s last touchdown came in the fourth quarter on a freak Duncan to Don Norton pass. The hall was deflected by at least three Irish defenders before end Norton snatched it for the final score. Bob Prescott added the three extra points. ALEX KARRAS and Mac Lewis rush Notre Dame passer Bob Williams in a vain effort to stop completion. 152 National Awards FRANK BLOOMQUIST was named All Big Ten tackle by the Associated Press. JIM GIBBONS, Icwa; captain and .;nd. eight All-American teams. " Rccotfiiition richly (.leserxed " summed up the reaction when Jim Gibbons, Alex Karras and Frank Blooniquist were given All-. inei-ican recognition in 1957. Karras, the onK repeater ot the three, was awarded the Uiitland Tro- pin ami named the " Lineman ot the Year " In the Associated Press, lie was elected to a total of nine All- American teams. (jibhons. named to five All-i meri- can teams, was Iowa ' s captain ami set In e pass recei ing records. 1 le playeti in tliree post-season games. IMoonujuist, an exceptionid guard, was recognized lor his (uitstanding pla ami his line academic work. He finished iiis career in the North-South name. ALEX KARRAS, Iowa ' s two year All-American guard. 153 HAWKS break through for the Michigan State basketball game. EVEN a clown ' s shoe can come untied. Then able assi ' .tdnce can best be given by the young. Cheerleaders 154 ■v ' -; ' - ' J - .- i .. r- ■ ■■ki lC w B . ' J Wf pl ' X " B I B B i - " ,. Mim k FRANK (BUCKY) Head Basketbal O ' CONNOR 1 Coach In Memory " The iiiiivcr.iilv has lost a Icachcr of character and iiilci rity and all of us a fine friend. liucky lea-ves his influence upon many people. His example zvill live long ivilh the young men ivhom he coached and has coun- seled far hexond the hounds of the qame. " President Haxcher Basketball The basketball season ended with Iowa having compiled an overall record ot 11-9 and a Big Ten mark of 7-7. All but one member of this young team will be back again next year. Although it was not one of Iowa ' s most successful seasons, they were still in the Big Ten title race as late as March 1. Following the loss of a key game to Michigan State, the Hawks, unable to recover, lost their last two games, dropping them to sixth place. The Hawks chose Dave Gunther as their most val- uable player as he led the team m scoring with 435 pomts for a 19.8 game a " erage. Cuinther was also electetl as one of the co-captains for the season, along with Jim McConnell. Since the entire starting team is returning next year, the outlook for the future is very promising. Chances are that the Hawks will regain the Big Ten supremacN ' hich tiicv lield twn years ago. First Row: J, Williams, B. Washington, M. Heitman. Second Row: D. Gunther, H. Swift, N, Gentry, F. Mundt, A. John-Lewis, P. Hegg, T. Payne, P. Schebler. Third Row: E. Nau, J. McConnell, L. Kewney, G. Seaberg, D. Marring, C. Word!ew. H. Falk, Coach Buclv O ' Connor. Season ' s Record Iowa 05 SoiitiK-ni Methodist 60 Iowa SO Arizona 63 Iowa 69 .... Kansas State 86 Iowa 78 Wichita 81 Iowa 77 ... . )rc;4()n State 67 Iowa . (Jiiccn Cit I ournanicnt Iowa t Michii an 7.3 Iowa 70 Illinois 68 Iowa 80 . . . Northwestern 82 Iowa 79 Indiana 75 Iowa 64 ( )hio State 70 Iowa 7.3 .Minnesota 71 Iowa CiC) ( )hi ) State 64 Iowa S2 . . . .Miami (Ohio) 77 Iowa S4 . . . .Michigan State 90 Iowa 71 ' iscnnsin 67 Iowa S3 Illinois 79 Iowa 86 . . . Northwestern 78 Iowa 65 . . . .Miehii;an State 83 Iowa 59 I ' unlue 65 Iowa 92 Michiuan 95 BASKETBALL ACTION leading the race. tn iowa s Bob Washington and SIvlU i ivl j ■ lliams GEORGE SEABERG drives around Arizona ' s Eddie Mitchell in a non-conference tilt. CLARENCE WORDLAW eyes the basket as Oregon State ' s defender is caught napping. NOLDEN GENTRY and Ph,l Warren scramble for a rebound early in fhe Wlld- cat-Hawtceye game. GUARD JIM McCONNELL . a+ches from the floor as his Hawlceye-mafes score against Northwestern. Iowa 65 - Michigan 73 Iowa 80 - N. U. 82 In their opening Big Ten game of the season, the Hawkeyes tasted defeat at the hands of a veteran Michigan team, 73-65. Although Iowa led 32-21 midway through the first half, Michigan rallied i]uickly and narrowed the margin to 36- 32 by halftime. The WoKerines then overtook the Hawks early in the second half and pulled slowly away. Follo ving a victory over Illinois on the road, the Hawkeyes returned home to suffer a 82-80 overtime defeat from Northwestern. Paced hy Gunther and Swift, the Hawks had overcome a 46-39 halttime deficit to tie the score 74-74 at the end of the regulation time. BACK ON HIS FEET, fvVConnell drives around Jack Lew Iowa ' s losing effort against Michigan. 158 AIiIi()Lil;Ii ;ill(i iiii; Artliic IXcs 32 points, a scrappy Iowa team downed Indiana, 79-75. The IIa ks attack leatinx ' d outstandinLi; team pla as tlu li|-oke the L;ame wide open lol- Io ini - a 55-55 tleadlotk mid a thi-ouL;li the second halt. ( )nce anani the I hn ke es were led hv (iuntlier and Swilt who scored 20 and 1 7 points res| ecti el ' . (ii " ali hini; a (|uick leatl, thi. Ila ke es led throiiiihoiit the entire ame to heat Miami ol Ohio and ( t. their Wilh siKcessive ear with- out a loss to a non-conlerenee loe on the home court. Led li sophomores 1- rank Mundt and l arl Nau, the Hawks hit a i ood 41 percent of their lielil jj;oal attempts to eiul their non-conterence competition. Iowa 79 Indiana 75 Iowa 82 - Miami of O. 77 HAWKS Gunther. Swift and Gentry defend as Indiana ' s Archie Dees awaits a pass. FOR A FEW S.ECONDS Nolden Gentry was flmonq the payinq custcrrers as the Hawks beat Miami of Ohio ar Iowa City, 159 Iowa 66 - Ohio State 64 Iowa 76 - Wisconsin 41 IT ' S MINE! gestures Brian Kulas of Wisconsin as Clarence Wordlaw defends. JOE CARLSON watches as Nolden Gentry grabs a stray Hawkeye pass In the Iowa Field House. Catching Ohio State completely oh guard with a zone defense, the Hawkeyes held All- American candidate Frank Howard to 12 points in a 66-64 victory. The Hawks trailed through- out most of the first half hut rallied to lead 44- 38 at half time. The Buckeyes came back strong in the second half, but the sharp-shooting of Gunther ami ortllaw ' as too much for them. Paced by Wordlaw ' s 26 points, the liawks scored an eas ' 74-61 victor o er ' lsconsln in a ragged contest. Iowa had little trouble m handling the cellar-dwelling Badgers, as Gun- ther and Wordlaw provided baskets the two times that Wisconsin threatened. Gentry ani.1 Mundt also playeci well, the game pro ing to he definitelv a team victorv. 160 Following imprcssi L ' xictorics o er Illinois anil Northx estern, the Hawkeye ' s title hopes s uffered a severe blow as they bowetl to Michigan State, 83-65. I.eil b - ' ortllaw ' s 22 points, the Hawks heUl a narrow 45-44 leatl at half- time. Howe er, the I lawks luul evidently playetl themsclv es out as the Spartans pulled away (|uickl in the second half. Cold shooting and inexperience spelled out Iowa ' s defeat. IOWA ' S FRANK MUNDT baffles an opponent with his version of the old " ' can can " shot. ONE AGAINST THREE jna !..-.o. Gentry gets away for the vc shot. Iowa 83 Illinois 79 Iowa 65 - Michigan State 83 BUCKYS ENTHUSIASM a nior i 161 ' ■ - ■ - DEPT ' ■4 ' ■mA fsQ, - Di- " 0W ' 3 2 SiV ? 5 0 ■S: spg i f I ! (qw: j First Row: D. Andrews, Mgr.; R. Zagar, W. Speer, R. Carpenter. S. Kiiilngei. R. Waller, T. Moore, L. Sandler. Second Row: Sharm Scheuerman, Coach; G. Rinden, V. Williams, W. Willce, D. Runge, E. Stiuey, J. Dull, William Schoof, Asst. Coach, Freshman Basketball This year ' s freshman team mclucleil a group of men who should considerably aid the varsity next season. Although all of the varsity regulars are returning, these men will make it a tough fight for them to hold their p(jsitions. According to Coach Scheuerman, a team composed of Bob Carpenter, Mike Dull. Dennis Runge, Ron Zagar and Ed Shuey represented his starting unit. Carpenter is an all-stater from Kentucky while Runge made the Class B all-state team in Iowa. Ciene Carmody, Sam Killinger, Tom Moore, Garv Rinden, Lee Sandler, Bill Speer, Boh Waller, Bill Wilke, X ' erle Wil- liams and Ron Zagar rounded out the scjuad. 162 ' ; V 163 i mti - «!-: Baseball Faced with the loss of regulars Don Dobrino, Kirby Smith, John Englert and Don Bock, Coach Otto Vogel Faces a big rebuilding job to keep the Hawkeyes in the thick of the Big Ten baseball race. Bright spots in his rebuilding cam- paign are Dick Weatherly, a standout catcher on last year ' s nine, Ke ' in Fur- long, a fine center fielder and Captain Jack Nora, an outstanding pitcher ho finished strong last )ear. In the annual Easter spring trip, the Hawks lost foiu " straight, but swept the last two games to start the home games with a 2-4 record. Re- turning home, they won two straight in preparation for the Big Ten scram- ble. First Row: Otto Vogel. coach; K. Smith, L. Zanottl. K. Furlong, T. Haye, D. Dobrino, D. Bock, J. Nora. Second Row: D. Weatherly, J. Englert, G. Burst, A. Bean, R. Drennen, J. Ward, G. VanFossen. Third Row: R. Odie, B. DeBlonIc, B. Pearl, B. Beck, C. Scott, L. Harsh. Fourth Row: R. Michaelson, E. Arbough, D. Yeoman, R. Thompson, J. Renkfort. f if .1 I ' »»rr-»«i v: ' ( OW " ' N f , irtir ' rir-|rt 164 Cross Country Won 2 Lost I Big Ten Second Firsi Row: R. Fletcher. R. Lyie. C. Jones. E. Clarke. J. Hill. Second Row: B. Trimble, R. Hermeier, L. Be+z. D, Drew Coach Creti DEACON JONES give the younger set some tips on how to become a cross country runner. OKI rclialiK ' " Deacon " [dius kJ tin.- Iowa Cross Country team in the 195 7 season, joncs. a tornicr National Champion and L ' .S. OKinpic team member, was hampereil much ot the season witli coKIs, Init still led the Hawks to a two w in-onc loss recortl in dual meets, a seconil place in the 1957 Big Ten Championships and 14th place in the NCAA meet. Other oiitstandinii members ot Coach Francis Cret meyer " s team ere Ralph Lyle, Bob lletcher, Bruce Trimble, Quenton Wilkes ami I ' .ric Clarke. Onl Jones will be lost through .grailuation this year, so Iowa should held a fine team next I all. 165 Fencing Won 6 Lost 5 Big Ten Third NCAA Tenth FENCERS prepare for the big meet. En garde and toucfie! First Row: T. Vincent, H. Northey, R. Bring, B. Battiey, W. Bulgren. Second Row: David Hartman, Coach; W. Humble, W, Brown. P. Schorr, D. Dittmer. With its best team in liistorN, the Iowa fencers ended the 1957-58 season with a thiril in the Big Ten meet, antl a tenth phice finish in the NCAA competition. Led by Captain Da id Dittmer, the first Hawkeye to win a Big Ten individual crown, the fencers faced the best opposition in the I nited States, mcliRhng Ilhnois, Wisconsin and Michigan State. Next year Coach Daxid Hartmann will be faced with the problem of replacing Dittmer aiiel Brad Bathey, who are seniors. His main hope next season is Captain-elect Harry Nor- the . 166 Golf First Row; J. Frazler. J. Wiclcs. P. Justen, R. Schrage, F. Judish. Second Row: J. Llechty. R. Benz. R. Richards. R. Anderson. M, O ' Don- nell, D. Hayes. Third Row: C. Zwiener, Coach: Clyde Feltes. S. Showers R, Gamble, W. Sutton, J. McGinn. A SURE WAY of launching missiles. Bud Judish winds up for a mighty drive. A ' ith tluii " lioiiiL- course just one wai " oKl, the ll:n keve stakmcn hucd a riiii cil Hiy Ten assiijnniont. ' itli new Liolt eoaeh, Cliarles winner at the liehn, Iowa L ollers opened their sprin,i - eanipai,i n April 21 against Western lIHnois at Iowa City. Coacfi winner tounii h e retiniiMHJ letter winners to form the nueleus ot his team. Newcomers liob IJen , am! Iioh IJranilenhury found ample competition In eterans John Leichty, Steve Showers, lUul Jiiiiish, Jerry A ' ashburn and Clytie Feltes. After the Biij; Ten meet, the Hawks will journey to New l-.ngland late in June for the NCAA meet. 167 Gymnastics Won 14 Lost Big Ten 2nd NCAA Fourth ANYONE with a weak stomach had better take sea sick pills before setting foot on a tramp. First Row: G. Stych T. Segura, H. Bensley, T. Novalc. Second Row: S. Carlsson. M. Claus, J. McCurdy, T. Joe, S. Banjalc. Third Row: Sam Bailie, assistant coach; D. Plato. M. Carter, B. King, B. Buck, B. Justice, D. Davidson, Norman Holzaepfel, head coach. k " i [ ' i L. ■!. Iowa sophomore, Bill Buck, won the NCAA sidchorsc championship to hnish the Hawkeyes ' best year in intercollegiate ccmii- petition. The Hawks were undefeated in dual meet competition, winning 14 straight, and Hnished second in the Big Ten meet. For the second straiuht ear. the ITiwks linished fourth in the NCAA meet. Other high scorers for Iowa were Ted Se- gura on the parallel bars and Staff en Carlsson in the free exercise event. Former Hawks to win an NCAA crown ha " e been Bob Hazlett and Jim Norman. Norman Holzaepfel was coach of the Hawk team. 168 Swimming Won S Lost 3 Big Ten Four+h NCAA Fifth First Row: G. Morris. R. Pratt. L. Hurring, J. Quick, E. Ellis. W. Huebner. Second Row: Coach David Armbruster. J. Jones L. Fruehling, J. Davidson. S. Bernstein. Third Row: G. Gillberg. K. Zastrow. C. Anderson. C. Mitchell. E. Mills. J. Coles. DAVE ARMBRUSTER, swimming coach. Instructs Hurring and Morris — or is he telling a joke? U« U ' ith Head Coach Diniil Annbiiister fin- ishing his coaching career at Iowa witli 42 years service, Towa swimmers finished higli in both tlic I ig T ' en and NCAA chamiilon hi[)s. Ariiihruster. who started swinimmg as a sport at Iowa in 1916. was honored at the Big I en meet, held in the I lawkeye ' s pool. Gary Morris and Lincoln Hurring led the Hawks through the season and accounteil lor a majoritx ot Iowa ' s pomts n the NCAA meet. Morris won a first, a second antl helped the team to a tourth, while I lui ring won two thirds, m the NCAA. 169 NET SMILES ar Potthast. exchanged between Art Andrews and Bob Tennis First Row: W. Voxman, D. Middlebroolc, J. Martin, J. Keiley, H. Utiey. L. Halpin, J. Miller, C. Darley. Second Row: A. Andrews, W. Scholz, D. Work, J. Stoy, R. Potthast, P. Cline, M. Larimer, Don Klotz, Coach. Coach Don Klotz ami his tennis team were strong contenders for the Big Ten champion- ship as they entered the 195 8 season. With- out any seniors on his ckib Klotz can look past this year ' s fine team to an even better one next year. Lead bv former National Box ' s champion, Art Andrews, the Mawks by-passed their an- nual Easter trip to sta in Iowa City and pre- pare for Big Ten competition. In atklition to Andrews, Don Middlehrook, Bob Potthast, joe Martin, Bill ' oxnian anil Milo Larimer were slated to represent Iowa. 170 Track Won Lost Big Ten Indoor 2 2 DEACON JONES One and Two Mile Champion First Row: R. Fletcher, G. Finch, B. Trimble, C. Jones, E. Clarke, J. Hill, R. Anderson. Second Row: J. Cannamo, J. Brown, R. Lyie, T. Burrows, R. Hermeier, L. Betz, R. Hansen. F. Dotseth. Third Row: F. Hartman, J. Young, R, Warren, W. Orris, J. McDonald, G. White, J. Davis. I DON ' T KNOW about you. pal. but to relieve boredom, I conjugate Latin verbs. Iowa ' s ciiuIlTIIKii suttcrcJ lica losses iluc to ijratliiatioii. but an oiitstaiulinu yroup of soplioiiiores spread a glimmer of hope for Coach Francis Crer ine er. A " ith J;uk Ma- thews, Ciartlner ' an I) ke, l.ari- l ' err ant! Tom Ecker gone t rom last years line team, Cretzmeyer lookeil to his newcomers lor the nucleus ot his club. Reliable Deacon Jones w;is back antl start- ing his senior year b winning both the one and two mile races in the Big Fen intloor meet. Other aluable points came from John Brown, P oli Fletcher and Jack McDonald. After their annual trip to Arizona, the cinder- men came home to face a rugged Big Ten schedule. 171 Wrestling Wor 10 Lost Big Ten Rrst NCAA Fifth IT TAKES A LOT of practice to learn the ups and downs of wres ' ling. First Row: V. Garcia. M. Barnhill, L. Moser. J. Kelly. Second Row: G. Tropp. G. Meyer. R. Landau. S, Roberts. R. RIeks. Third Row: T. Shaheen. R. Riehm. D. Rossberg. J. Craig. Coach David McCuslcey. Hurt by mid-year losses, Coach Dave Mc- Ciiskcy ' s wrestlers turned in a Hne seasons record, highlighted by Gary Kurdelmeier ' s in in the NCAA Championships held in Vv- oming. Starting last, the grapplcrs compiled a 10 w in-three loss tlual meet record. High points in the dual meet seasons were matches ith Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. Larry Mos- er achieved a 10-1 individual record. In the Big Ten Meet, Iowa had two indi- idual winners in Simon Roberts and Gene Luttrell. In addition to Kurdelmeier, Iowa ' s big point getter in the NCAA was Jim Craig, lio on a thirti m the 191 pound class. 172 LETTERMEN ' S CLUB members chat wihh a patient at the Veterans Hospital in the radio studio con- trol roonn. OI ' I ' ICI ' .RS PiX ' siilcnt . . (i;u " KliihIKiik-ici " ' icc-|ii ' csii.lcnl .... I like (Jiiitk Si.crct;ir ' .... Ijiutoh I)i i)iiii.t Treasurer Dick F hccr L ' ndcr the clirci. tion nl PiTsuknt (iai ' Kurilcliiuur, tlie arsitx I .cttcrmen ' s t ' ltih lias lu ' cii rLoi ' naiii .cd with a new emphasis on ser iee to the uni ersit ami to the state. S|H ' erators at Iowa ' s home athletie exeiits were met at the Ljates hy " I " C kili memhers. I he pro!.;ram sellers were also " I " men. DurinL; tlie winter, memhers ol the ekih put on ik inonsti-ations and showed movies ol Iowa ' s athletie e ents to patients at the eteraiis I los|)ital. , part lor the eripi ' led ehildi-en was also hekl. Lettermen ' s Club § f f C P First Row: R. Weatherly. E. Miiis, E. Eliis, D. Bowen, Q. Willtes. L. Moser. J. Young, p. Rigney, L). Kloewer, G. White, R. Duncan, F. Harfman, G. Kurdelmeier. Second Row: J. Bremner, T. Haiford, L. Hurring, J. Davidson, T. Haye. 8. Gravel, C. Jones. C. Hagler, H. Mines, J. Camamo, J, Enqlert. G, Meyer. " ■ ■ ' Third Row: T. Shaheen. D. Dittmer, P. Schorr, J. Williams, R. Bring. C, ' ■ ' ' " jwlnkel, J. Nocf ' ,, . Fourth Row: W. Bularen, J. Jones, J. Quick, J. Gibbons, C. Wordla.-. McConnell F • F!et:her. Fifth Row: J. Marschall, G. Morris. B. Pratt, P. Hegg, A. John-Lewis, T. Payne, D. Gunther. G. Seaberg, J. Lanoston F Bloomauist R. Theer. 173 Beauties . Fine Arts Communications Organizations . Military . 176 201 217 229 295 1 iiORf -. - ■y- ■•Jv-t j ar SUI ' s Inter- Power -Wf he IL jM.ii iii s--Our Organizaiions !■« syj IJJ SUJ Uiralnia wan yr6del 1 Delta Gamma 177 uJolpkin (q ueen f ma IKeunolds Pi Beta Phi 178 nli66 l- erfect profile ' e ts i5urk ans c ommons J nterrraternltii (o t ueen Ljmtcki Kappa Kappa Gamma ' :»-1 %rp | L _4 ueen ' V V ' iiuaavi nn I V liiuai Pi Beta Phi 181 -- - UtmmUmlil l ia (q ( ecca Q ueen Kappa Alpha Theta 182 -J onorarii L adet L otonet l atncia J ollock Pi Beta Phi 1 -J lllcreit (o f Lieevi rdltk y yvidaki Alpha Delta Pi ' iS " c uadranqie (o t ' ueen ura J h Lister Kappa Alpha Theta 185 l l eduaoun (c i ueen yean S tock Westlawn 186 Idd .rJjeniat -J u n lene an tun ant Currier ■ ? . . nterdorm, (o f ueen ane t V lewcoyviL Westlawn - i iiiilji ' s • ?» ? :-»,, r ' " - • ■v«Gi; :.i ■ iSBdLL ■ :v.- .-..-».rr,ii.ar i iJS« :v: : ;feg--. : - .t ntefdofm ln % eltk cJLl inn Quadrangle 189 JOAN FOOTS Commons DOROTHY LINN Currier VIRGINIA VAN ORSDEL Queen Delta Gamma MARILYN MINER Pi Beta Piii MARCIA MYERS Delta Delta Delta 190 Wiii S1J3 ttendanti Jjolpkln ..y ttendayiti ip PEGGY JONES riirricr KARLENE MOORE Ganinia Phi Beta MYRNA REYNOLDS SHARON McINTOSH Queen Kappa Kappa ( ' .amina Pi Beta Phi JEAN RIDDLESBERGER Alpha Deha Pi ecca ttendantd BARBARA BOEHMLER MYRA SKUSTER MARY KETELSEN Chi Omega Queen Kappa Alpha Tlieta Kappa Kappa Gamma JUDITH NOE MARY MOHRMAN Delta Gamma Currier ' l ROSEMARY HANSEN Currier PATRICIA POLLOCK Queen ' i Bet.i Phi NANCY CHESTERMA Knppa Kappa Gamma SANDRA SWENGEL Chi Omeua ANN BERNER Gamma Phi Beta y adet L olonei uendanu MHiiiil ELIZABETH BATES Kappa Alpha Tlieta SARA JONES Pi Beta Phi GRETCHEN GREEN Queen Kappa Kappa Gamma MARY JO FELTES Kappa Alpha Tlieta ANN COOPER Pi Beta Phi Jrnterfmtemitu ilouncli Attendants nterrratemltu j- ' ledae — ttendantd JUDITH WEBBER ANN MILLIGAN Pi Beta Phi Queen Pi Beta Phi SHARON McINTOSH Knppa Kappa Gamma JEAN RIDDLESBERGER Alpha Delta Pi BARBARA BYWATER Pi Beta I ' hi «f Ldd J-)entai J uqlene ttendants m VIRGINIA CALDWELL MARILYN FANT Kappa Alpha Theta Queen Currier MARLENE BOHLKEN Alpha Xi Delta BARBARA BILSLAND Currier CAROL VALY Gamma Phi Beta JEAN COOK JEAN STOCK JOYCE SCHNEIDER Westlaun Westlawn Westlawn SANDRA WHANNEL KAY HANSEN Westlawn Westlawn lAyeduawn .- ttendantd JOYCE SCHNEIDER ARDITH AMDAHL CAROL MAXANT Westlawn Queen Alpha Delta Pi Gamma Phi Beta LINDA NYE ANN COOPER Currier Pi Beta Phi 198 J lltcmit ttendanU cjuadranaie ttendantd DOROTHY MEEK MYRA SKUSTER MARY MALLOY Delta Zetn Queen Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappa Alplia Theta JEAN COOK BARBARA BOEHMLER Westlawn (;hi Omega ■ ■■I ■■■I ?3hyr lid - effect l- fohle ttendanti ANN MILLIGAN Pi Beta Phi SUZA NNE RAYMOND Kappa Kappa Gamma BETSEY BURHANS Queen Commons Ej ' «-« L ••• O " I ' -i ' i ' iy t tiiiiiiit ' Ziork l arl lui iis vuuli irdsoii jar ht- ' nuf i. the V 111% xVirio atlh and Ihr fun. " — Emerson 201 Concert Band FREDERICK C. EBBS Director, University Bands A cultural opportunity that many students and townspeople took advantage of were the programs presented hy the concert band, un- der the direction of Frederick C. Ebbs. Concert band, 77 years old, is believed to be the oldest musical organization with con- tinuous performance in Iowa. Nearly 100 music majors, iion-music ma- jors and faculty members, selected by audi- tions in the fall, presented three major con- certs. Rafael Mendez, the famous trumpet pla - er, joined the band for the Winter Concert. In addition, the band played a short con- cert before commencement exercises and in March, toured througli Iowa. 202 Marching Band With spats Hashing and instriinicnts sway- iiiji to " Intermission Ritt, " SlTs marchint; band highstepped onto the held at cacli lionie game ihning the football season. After forming a big I, the 120 members o( marching band presented such hall-time ])ro- grams as a Salute to Oklahoma, Showhoat and a tribute to Rock and Roll. Drum major brothers Jack and Bob Glo - er, and majorettes Lavonne Nolte and Na- tional Champion twirlei " , Ann Nita I ' .kstron pro -uled extra snap to the band. Frederick C. Ebbs capably directed the group. SUI ' S MARCHING BAND highstepped onto the fleid at " each home game during foo+ball season. HERALD STARK Director, Universit y Chorus Chorus Dmitri Mitropnulns was the ucst conductor for the Easter concert, when the 232-member chorus combined with the symphony orchestra. Another fea- ture this year, was the choral group ' s rendition of excerpts from " Billy the Kid " for the American Composers ' Pro- gram with Herald Stark directing. A new choral group — the 16- " oice Old (iold singers — was selected. Di- rected by Gerald Lawson, thev special- ized in light entertainment for banquets. 204 »w- W ' f: . « ' •• Orchestra " ' c try to i c a prolcssional touch despite the tact that e arc amateurs. " " With these woi ls, Concert JVlaster James Dixoii summeil up tlie attituile which has resulted in one of SLTs best orchestras. This professional attitude is increased by the fact that the orches- tra includes not onl stLulents liut also members of the facultx. Anil the person most responsible for this professional mood is Dixon iinnsclf, who IS a Dmitri .Mitropoulos protege. 205 .|AMi;S DIXON Director, I Mi ersit Orchestra Art Department A grand era in the liistory of SUl ' s Art Department came to a close this year. Dr. Lester D. Longman, head of the SUI department since 1936 re- signed to become chairman of the Art Department at the LTniversity of Cali- fornia at Los Angeles. Longman introduced to the nation a philosophy of graduate education, in- tegrating the history and theory ot art with study work. The SLH graduate school is now the largest In the coun- try. Nationwide attention was focused on SL I ' s exhibitions where American paintings and sculpture pieces were assembled and presentetl under Long- man ' s direction. He de ' eloped three tlimenslonal slides used in history i ni. a(iprecIation of art classes. He took more than 3500 of the slides while in Europe. The SUI Art Department was one of the first to hire professional art- ists as staff members. It claimed such teachers as the renowned Mauricio Lasansks and t!ie sculptor, ] lumbert Albri io. Art students liad a wide variety of sequences on which to concentrate. There was painting, drawing, ceram- ics, metalwork and jewelrv, art edu- cation, sculpture, prints and design. CONCENTRATION amid conglcmeratlon. New projects under way tor old collection. 70 " ; AMONG her souvenirs is Phyllis Sprinqen. curator of departmental slides and photo- graphs. RAPT ATTENTION and concentrated appreciation are displayed during a history ana appreciation of art lecture. 208 THESE LIFE-DRAWING students strike q. ■_ the many courses that art students can take. - Interesting poses themselves. This is only one of DOUBLE, DOUBLE— toil and trouble as girls print engravings. i AN ABSTRACT EFFECT is produced on the floor of the art gallery, as the light shines through the closed doors. 209 ■•,t--.V ' s- ' §■ " ■■ A WELL-TIMED CURTAIN is oftentimes essential to the effectiveness of a scene. ' lth the 1957-1958 drama year came iiKiny " firsts. " On March 7 ami 8, dra- matic arts students came from all oxer the miih est to exchange ideas concern- ing student acting and directing The theme for this gathering was " Imagina- tion ' 5 8. " " Imagination " 5 8 " was en- tirely a student-sponsored atiair. During the spring semester, a work- shop was presenteil and directetl hy stu- dents using their own plays. The student Board of (io ernors elected hy the dramatic arts majors, oi-- ganized man theater pi ojects. F he al- so planned the Christmas party whicii comhineil good food and entertainment. Prohahly the climax of the successful year was a han(|uet which was given In the Dramatic Arts ilepartinent. At the dinner purple ami scarlet masks A ere awarded to outstaiulmt ' students. m- — laaK? ' ' ' - - . A CRITIQUE of " The Menaechmi ' ib headed by Doctor Shiffler for members of the cast. Dramatic Arts APPLYING MAKEUP requires siclll, here an actor in " Sea Gull uses a liner to mate his beard look more realistic. 21 YOU MEAN TO SAY you never came here yester- day? Did! asks. " PEOPLE are bloody, ignorant apes, " says Gogo to Did;. Waiting for Godot " EVEN AN OLD DOG has more dignity. " Kenneth Brown, as the Idiot servant, is the obiect of derision. The Linici-sit theatre ' s season op- ened with dramatic fireworks. This hiirlily controversial phi- was com- petently directed hy William Rear- don, and the production was notable because of the exxellent ensemble playinti " f tbe small cast. Charles Metten ami Barry Fuller as the tramps, DkII and Gogo, gave vivid performances. Richard Briglia and Kenneth Brown also excelled. 212 " WHICH is the real Menaechmus? The Menaechmi " OH DAHLING . . it tickles. ' L ihIci " 1 larroKl Shifflci ' s tacilc (.lircction. Roman (.oiiKi.K was yixcn (|intL ' a hue lift. Rolurt Baker and ()scar Kortc, as tiic twms, romped throui h lipidamniis (sets by Richard Hasehk ) with the Greatest aplomb. Mar- garet Xuckols — the MM ot oKl Iodine — and Kenneth .Matthews provided nian ol the conietK hiL;h-pomts ol the protkiction. The costumes by Rosemary Stccns and the masks b ' illiam I ' luikrer were both taste- Uil and ck-er. " YOU Can say what you please. I am not married to that — old qoati! m ' - This original play by Theodis Shine was given a delighthil production, and was ex- tremely ell received by the university au- diences. In his first play presented at SUI, Mr. Shine displayed a keen ability to write scenes of tender beauty as well as li el comedy. Under the direction of O. G. Brockett, the cast realized the full poten- tial of the script. As the young lo ers, I.oreli EcHmonds and Whitney LeBlanc brought a poignency to their roles that was a joy, while Ser alia Davis, as the spirit-baiting Mama Lou, A as hilarious. Ann Walker and Coleen Martin also had spirited moments. This production was part of the university thea- tre ' s policy of presenting original scripts oi worth to its audiences. ' I FEEL so happy, Mama Lou. " Epitaph for a Bluebird A FIGHT develops outside Madame Precious ' tattoo shop over Joe SedrlcV ' s girl who waits inside. 214 PRELUDE TO TRAGEDY. Tne younq man mtioouces hi br, de-to-be to hib mother Blood Wedding ■■| TELL YOU, it was Leonardo! ' riic toiirth phi 1)1 the season was l.Df- ca ' s brooiliiiL!;, Spanish trancilv, Btinxi II rJ- diny. This play tells the story ot two lend- ing families, and the tragedy that comes w lien the son of one tamlK abducts the daughter of tile other family on her wedding day. 1 he proiluction was directed by Ronalil Gee. In- ckuied in the cast were Rosalie Samberg, i t- er V ' agenas, Dennis 1 ia s, and Kav Schau- land. ' 215 t P™-: Board of Governors First Row: K. Schauland, R. Brlglia, J. Hatch, P. Harris. Second Row: K. Michael. M. Nuclcols, C. Hauber, M. Michael. Third Row: R. Baschky. D. Schultz. T. Shine. D. Hansen. R. Baker. SORIN discusses Trepier s play. The Sea Gull " ' illal■(. s ilonc it ;i,n;uii. " Flic cr went out arnuiul the theatre that ilirector ' ilhiril Welsh had once more pulled oil one of the better plays of the season. Tlie St ' a Gull was a sensiti " ely and artistically staged production. Paced by Patricia Harris ' neurotic Arcailina, Da id Thompson, Martha Chapman and Arlen Dean Snyder brought moments oi real tenderness to their roles. The sets by Lyle Fisher were among the most ex- citing of the season. MADAME ARKIDNA ' S summer house in Russia. 216 Communications ' ' Sprrrli is tlw itiuu t ' uj lift ' . " — t ' ARI.VLE 217 ANN BERNER, Editor-in-Chief The liawkcye has a distinct organization, or as the case may be a unit]ue disorganiza- tion. The editor is the chief clock puncher, although the chief photographer constantly vies for this enviable position. The business manager, a shyster at iieart, tries to outwit the public into buying these 427 laboriously compiled pages. Of course the copy editor and the managing editor are indispensable for gathering the conglomera- tion aiul producing some semblance of order. I hen follows an illustrous chain of clock watchers, better known as section editors. These masterminds have the job of persuad- ing copy writers to gather story material which they intricately weave into exciting tales which will entice the picture-looking public into reading. In addition to this ardent group are the many copy-writers and index workers who receive no indivitlual crowns but are in- ciispensable. Yes, editing the Ilawkeye is really the " Time of Your Life. " The Hawkeye Reflects . . . BOB STRAWN, Chief Photographei JACK HOLS, Business Manager PHOTOGRAPHERS: Peterson, D. Hein, Douglass. D. Boyian, A. Tylor, P. Stafford. B. K Strain J. Rein, R. Shoop and B. BUSINESS STAFF: C. Morton, M. Johnson and D. Hart- quist. . . . The Time of Your Life EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Ann Bcrncr Cliict PhotograpluT Bob Strawn Managing Editors Shellev Cohn, Shelk ' ' (irccnheru; Copy Editor Greta Lcinbach Residences . . Al Chapman, Judv McFadven Activities Jon Sell Organizations Kathv Cast, Cjinger Stallman Athletics Bill Hise Colleges Charles Faiits Captions Katln i5inen, Rene Le es Identifications Sall Page Features I . l I crs Bl SIXESS STAFF Business Manager jack IloK Book Sales Manager Clark Morton Pages Sales Manager .... !)a e I lart(iiiist Office Manager Maivada [ohnson Adviser . . T . ■|I.I!L■R C. PI IFRSON Publisher |()11N M. IIARKISON SECTION EDITORS: Front: C. Fauts, A. Chapman and J. Sell. Bach S. Cohn, I. Myers, G. Leinbach and G. Stallman. t ' W - - , 1 BL ' ' — MV ' ' v K 219 1958 Hawkeye Staff EDITORIAL STAFF S. ShowL-rs, A. Schafer, J. Cai- ci-. T. Co )(KT. C. Cap- Ian, R. CuKlncr, S. Ilahn, N. I.antau, K. Lee. P. McClain, j. WhituKT, G. Aim. N. Stokes, R. Leppart, S. White. C. Da , G. DanoLigh, X. Suss- man, (i. juih, K. I lill. 1,. RunniDii. M. D.illnsek, T. ' aiKlei- Naok]. C). I Lniinwav, S. Brown, D. Dockls, R. F ' ernan- de , . . Llarrington, J. Jensen. J. LiKluig, J. Mason, P. Pier- son, A. Powell, P. Prvbil, C. Sather, M. Tangney, P. Young, S. Stuart, L. Posner, J. McDonald, N. ' orton. D. Schenipp. R. Braun, N. Corson. CAPTIONS AND IDENTS: R. Leyes, K. Buren and S. Page. 220 f. 0f p n ? .-«% I). ISroliolm, C. lilKson, X. Smith. S. Miller, C. Jcpson, M. Kdlv. C. Moran, S. Blown, M. Scalnnv, J. Jones. T. Collins, I. Chuton, R. Zill- inan, ( i. Donaluii h, C. Beck, R. DLiielKiruK-, G. Wilson. PHOTOGRAPHY I). I Icin, |. ( loKUtein, I. Rein, 1.. I)a , 1). Bos Ian, B. Peter- son, j. Chambers, B. Doug- lass, A. I.oonns. BrSINl-SS I ). C I ' andall, i .. ( leilman, I .. Seliiun ' , I " ). I lenkle, j. IriiaN, M. Miller, I ' . I ' almer, J. Wil- son, W . Barhee. ATHLETICS AND ORGANIZA- TIONS EDITORS: B. Hise =ind K. Gast. 221 The Daily lowan TOM Sl„ r 1 li RY, Editor IT TAKES a busy afternoon to prepare the way for tomorrow ■-■..■,. nmnV Daily lowan. MEL ADAMS, Business Mana.iicr, DAVE I5RAMSON, assistant P " ive mornings out of the eek, the Daily lowan appears on Iowa City tloorsteps. In its 56th year of puhlication, the lowan is the incor- porated work of approximately 90 students. The DI, as it is popularly called, hrings to its reailers national, state antl local news as well as an up-to-tlate report of happennigs on the cam- pus. The paper is an essential part of the pi-actical experience of a journalism major. Behind a clutterd desk, the editor makes ihu- to-tlay decisions on editoral polic . Coverage of the Big Ten, as well as the entire national sports scene, gi es the sports eilitor and his staff a real work-out. On the other hand, this business ol being " pinned, chained, or engaged " plus other daily social functions at SUI Icaxc the society editor with little spare time. Advertising majors are kept busy, too, since the lowan offers a complete atlvertising service to local merchants. 222 THE DAILY lOWAN goes to bed under the tender, lovlnq supervision cf Jerry VVr-.o n?s and Tom Powell. F.nrroRiAL staff l ditoi " Tom Sl;ittci- Mana int I-.tlitor Don Mltelic.ll News Fditors . . . Dietrich Hartniann Jim Da ics Citv lulitors Jim Da ies MariKn I.Non Assistant City I ' xlitors . . John Blcakh Marilyn Lyon, John Jansson Tom Powell Sports Editor Alan 1 loskins Society Editor Jane 1 Iiihly Editorial Page Ixlitor . . Sii anne Forse Chiet Photographer . . . Jerr Mose Don 1 lanesw oi ' th Rexiew Board Chairman Rohert Me ey, Richanl Schechner ADVERTISING STAFI Achertising Manager . . . Mel Adams Assistant Ad ertising Managers Da " e Uramson. [olm Rudd Classified Manager .... Jack Powers CIRCl ' I.ATIOX STAl F Circulation .Manager .... Paul Heard Assistant .Manager . . . Michael Daile TOM COLLINGS rnal es use of the new vending machine io cor;: D[ arcu ' . ' Icr. " OH YEAH? Well, on CBS. an announcer nnakes over three mistakes and he ' s out — whooshtl WSUI " Good niominii. This is tlic llllth thi ni the International (icopliysita! ycai " . " Fhiis station WSUI began another chiy ol inloi-inati e anti interesting broadea sting. In observation ol the scientihc ear the station originated the " I(i ' " program on Wednesday at 7 p.m. Staff members traveled all over the coun- try last summer to tape record interviews with people responsible lor the im[iortant rocket de- velopments. Other programs on ' S L I this year included the versatile serx ' ice broadcast, " Cue. " and Mostly Music, " rcHecting WSUl ' s new infor- mal outhxik on progranmiing. News, weather re- ports anil other items of interest were broadcast intermittenth ' with music. Another radio feature was " Challenge, " a lec- ture series, from nearb campuses. JOHN SONDROL, WSUI engineer, proves that man Is superior to a machine. 224 YOU MIGHT CALL THIS a new K.nd of t.lui =ysl«ni, and then again, you could call it wallpaper. Anyway, it is efficient. SENATOR TOM MARTIN, in town for the Iowa- Minnesota football game, is interviewed by Larry Barrett. SHARON CLARKSON, ' iu, H .-ti, station WSUl. nd Barry Cronin relax for a nnoment In the pop music departmer.t a ' 225 Television ON STAGE; In action. Jim Joy sneers snidely at a fellow thespidn. THERE IS a prodigious number of buttons In the television center. Producing a ininimuni ol two shows weekly, the Television Center at SUI has made rapid progress since its be- ginnings in 1953. These shows, which are kinescoped and distributed national- ly, range from musicals to cilucational discussions. To the delight of many, the majority of productions are not restrict- ei.1 to those students majoring in tele- ision. Programs which are not for public iewing are also tele ised and shown to the stutients who ha e taken part in the production of the show. These shows give young playwrights and actors a chance to observe and cntici e their own work. An example of the tine job done b - the Center, was the series of educational programs, ' The Secret of Flight, " wliicli were shown throughout tlie e ntire coun- trv. 226 LIKE THE THREE FATES, these men decide which picture will be seen by televiewers. TIME OUT from work for a few moments of relaxa- tion. So relax! SCIENCE AND ART combine as crewmen and actors alike strain to intensify a dramatic moment in the television center. Board of Student Publications Firsf Row: T, McKay, G. Williams, D. pihsimmons. Dr. G. Easton, Prof. L. Moelle . Second Row: Mrs. C. Scheld, D. Mathes, T. Hamilton, J. Harrison, publisher; Prof. H. Kelso. Whether it he purchasing a new hnotype machine or appointing the Hawkeye editor, the Board of Trustees of Student Publica- tions, Inc., was kept busy with decisions, deci- sions, always decisions . . . The SPI Board, consisting of four faculty members and five students, was the policy controlling group of The Daily lowan and Hawkeye. Besides appointing the editors of both publications and the business manager of the Hawkeye, the Daily lowan staff mem- bers were also subject to the approval of the SPI Board. The allocation of money for student publi- cations ' budgets was one of the Board ' s ma- jor functions. It decided on the sale price of the publications. Student positions on the board were filled bv popular vote in the all-campus elections. Interested persons first had a petition signed by fellow students. Campaigning for election day was usually more intense for SPI posi- tions than any other office. The faculty members on the board were appointed bv President Hancher. 228 General Organizations " The rcnard nf a tliiiu zii ' ll done if lo liirjc done it. " — Emkrson 229 CPC ' S RECIPE for an Intermission tea — a lazy little gather- ing around the punch bowl. OFFICERS President James Kanealy Vice-President . . Mark Levensky Secretary Nikki Smith CPC — sNinbol of high-le el uni ersity en- tertainment • — brought SUl students big name talent at a minimal cost. Bandleaders such as Woody Herman and Les Elgart provided top-notcli music for eight all-university concerts and ciances. These included the Fall Party, the Home- coming Dance, the Winter Formal, the Mar- di Gras Dance, the Spring Concert and the Old Gold Days Dance. CPC also co-spon- sored the Dad ' s Day Concert with ODK and Spinsters Spree -ith AWS. Handling this gigantic untlertaking were the 12 CPC members, aided by 42 sub-com- mittee workers. Central Party Committee First Row: J. Kalchbrenner, J. Kanealy, N. Smith, M. Levensky, P. Pollock. Second Row: J, Tllton, F. O ' Hara. M. Ladd, G. Williams. C. Slnqley, M. Berqstrom, J. Ballard. LAUGHTER PREVAILS at least in one person on the tea and bids committee. Central Party Sub-Committees Central l ' ail Cnmiiiittcc ' s c tL-nsi -c duties ol spoiisnniiL; iini (.i " s:t ihinccs (.DLiKln ' t he clone witlimil the help of 42 important people — the Miheommittce workers. These suhcominittee inenihers lell into loLir catejforics — 1(1 ei-e on entei-tain- ment headetl In (.PC nienihers I ' at Pol- lock antl John liallarJ: 7 ere on piihhe- itv ilirecttnl h (iar Williams anil jack Kalchhrenner ; 5 were on decorations leil h Iim I ilton, Margie Laclcl, and Mar ' IJernstrom ; and Id were workinn with Far- ron () ' l lara ami Coleen Sinj les ' on tea and hids. XatiiralK ' , these CPC subcomniittee workers look hopetulK toward the future when the mit ht drop their suh-titlcs and become one ol the 12 members on the mam CPC Committee. That is, il the executive committees of CPC, L iiion Hoard and Stu- dent Council L!i es them the sjreen hirht. First Row: W. Files, M. Yount, S. Bierbaum, M. Pufney, V. Van Orsdel. Second Row: J. Carver, S. Thornberry, S. Hahn, D. Artus, M. Malloy. B. Escher, S. E. Hahn. Third Row: K. McCormicIc, J. Cochran. B. Boehmler. B. Slennmons. S. Raymond, B. Bywater, G. Green, J. Hamilton. N. Lantau. Fourth Row: J. Farrell, D. Green, W. Heyman, G. Galiher, R. Braun, F. Adams, D. Fitzsimmons, W. Kimmell. Fifth Row: L. Harlcer, D. Zimmer, J. Mitvalslcy, R. Boylan, J. Rowel!, G. Spence. III Council Ftrsf Row: J. Mathews. S. Fischrupp, E. Mezvinslcy, J. Frost, T. Hurwitz. Second Row: G. Kroloff. D. Fltzslmmons, A. Davis, C. Moran, T. Leighty, M. Lumbard. Third Row: L. Meyerson, R. Helms. M. Nelson, P. Schorr. W. Pfuderer. Hawkeye Pep Club OFFICERS President . . . Edward Mezvinslcy Vice-President . . . Jerry Mathews Secretary .... Suzanne Fishrupp, Joan Frost Treasurer . . . Theodore Hurwitz With tile anndunceiiient " Every- one ready ith triclc 23 ! " the card section at the Iowa Stadium sprang into action. The card section, a Hawkeye Pep Club project, helped make this football season one of the most col- orful ones. The club planned all of the designs and led the card section during the games. The Pep Club also sponsored all of the pep rallies, which were held on the west lawn of Old Capi- tol. This year 17 council members made up the main planning body of the group, working with many sub- committee members. First Row: M. Chamberlain, M. Lettween, F. Bookey, C. Kay, F. Burns, R. Fletcher, W. Heyman. Second Row: H. Lynn, S. Graeber, V. Aim, R. Winter, M. Seabury, J. Cole, K. Harris, D. DeHoogh, K. Christian. Third Row: D. Carlson, R. Bondi, R. Peterson, M. Levenslcy, J. Weiner, G. Dunahugh, E. Strachan, W. Sutton. Fourth Row: W, Maurer, Ja. A. Carstensen, J, Stuedemann, F. Luthans, D. Jordan, T. Collings, H. Hale. 232 Sitting, left to right: N. Cooper, England; E. Montano, Philippintb; L. Cdfle United States. Standing: L. Ness, Norway; K. Kapur, India: H. Ishkhanlan, Syria. Zealrind ; Boeke, United States; I. Lemanis, OFFICERS President Nigel Cooper Vice-President Cicrt Aron Secretary leva Lemanis freasiirer Edna Montano The InteniatKinal Center is a IrieiulK and relaxed place. Here, both American and tur- eign students meet to listen to records, watch TV ' , study or chat over coffee. The Student Board of Directors organizes acti " ities. They plan foreign cxliihits, din- ners, parties and f lm . The Intei ' national C hih woi-ks closeK ' with the Center. Meetings are based on foreign hlms and discussions of other countries. The purpose of the Center is to make the foreign stutlent led at lionie. Here is a meet- ing place for groujis working for international understanding and good will. International Club RATIZA GAINAL, a student from India, does the candle dance at the International Festival. 233 wn F " Bt 1 il 1 H i 1 m ■1 - i H First Row; Dean M. L. Huit, T. Murphy, M. Downing, L. Gilpin, C. Moran, R. WoKe. Second Row: R. Miller, A. Venzke, C. Brown, J. TePaske, J. McDonald. Third Row: P. Rider J. Lambert. K. Mittelberg. C. Scrimidt, B. Tefer. G. Zimmerman. L. Popofslcy. J. Ellis. Student Council OFFICERS President Will lam Tcter X ' lcc-PresitlLnt . Melvin Popotsky Secretary Cheryl Brown Treasuer Richard Wolfe Student Council took a big step in ma- turing into a student self-government f(jr the campus by sponsoring leadership training, setting up a traffic appeals court, initiating Old (iold Days, instituting stu- tlent opinion sur eys, tieveloping an in- terest in acatiemic affairs and re ' ising its constitutional structure. Representing all SU 1 stuilcnts on a ter- ritorial housing-unit basis, the t " ent -one member Council became the spokesman of the campus on issues such as capital appropriations, federal loan and scholar- ship programs, married student ht)using, federal tax legislation, football seating and intercollegiate athletics. EXPLANATIONS are always difficult, but John Evans tries his hardest to clarify aspects of the Student Council-planned trip to Northwestern. 234 Student Council Sub-Committee Council iutnitics iiurciisLHi in scope with the increased cieniiuuls ol an cxiKimliny stu- dent bod " . F " i ' c Commissions ilixitlcd areas of responsibilitv : Acailcniic Atiairs included minority tiroiip relations, a proposed ui ' adiiiii system and Academic I- ' reedom ' eek. Student Gox ' ernment Commission pro- moteil leadersliip trainiiiL;, all-campus elec- tions, student opinion surveys and tall orienta- tion. External Affairs concernecf legislati e affairs, National Student Association and Brotherhood Week. Student Affairs Com- mission maintained the Cam|His Chest and Book l chani;e. Coordination with Pep Club, Pageant Board and Old (iold Days was provided b the Student ( )rL;ani ations Commission. I WHAT WE REALLY NEED Is an adding machine to tabulate these public opinion polls. First Row: V. Aim. R. Johnson, S. Gordon, J. Niemeier, N. Clark, J. Jones, M. Tangney, E. Wessel, D. Dodds. Second Row: V. Kreicie, K. Christian, J. Klemesrud, J. Woeber, H. Szolce, K. Lupton, B. Escher, C. Britton, G. Leinbach, D. Canby, R. Hale, N. Lantau, L. Harff. Third Row: F. Smith, R. Guldner, A. Fellows, K. Greenwood, D. Steele, B. Junk, D. House, N. deLima, K. Manley J, Hansen J Clark. Fourth Row: S. Baker, D, Kuchel, R. Fluent, T. Epperson, S. Youngberg, D. Stout, I. Myers, C. Hamill, S. Schindler, E. Taylor, F. Bobrove D. Feauto. Fifth Row: E. Eldred, R. Thompson, G. Hess, Jr., W. Heyman, C. Crandall, C. Blunt, R. Eichner, R. Wilson, C. Fouts. Sixth Row: C. Larson, G. Shuey, R. Smith, R. Simmons, D. Hoyt, W, Simmons, R. Anstine. 235 Scottish Highlanders ' TIS A BRIC, braw, sunlicht a-fternoon as these bonny Scottish Highlanders make ready to take the football field. The wcll-triiveled SLT Scottish Highlanders again thrilled Iowa crowds at the 195 7 football games, with their marching and musical routines. For their big trip of the year the Highlanders were invitetl to march at the Iowa-Michigan foot- ball game at Ann Arbor, Michigan. Homecoming weekend meant a gatiiering of Highlanders, alumni, friends and parents, at a Highlander Coffee Hour at the Iowa Memorial Union. In memory of the group ' s European trip, a film was completetl this year entitled, " High- lander Holiday. " It Mas shown in the Union Homecoming night, prn (ik.ing wishful thoughts of another trip abroad. First Row: M. Seberg. M. Woodman, K. Greenwood, N. Stewart. M. Garvy, M. Shadwald, G. Hanson, M. Hickerson, M, Christensen, M. Seabury, M. Ketelsen, M. Malloy, J. Jarrard, J. Lesch, C. Foote. Second Row: J. Gilmer, J. Peckumn, C. Casey, J. Clark, L. Campbell, J. Williams, B. Slemmons, A. Hickerson, M. Ladd, N. Luthans, S. Seymour, G. Gross, J. Gardner, K. Warren. M. Gitchell. Third Row: S. Brookman, J. Ashton, L. Votroubek. M. Doden, J. Lockard. J. Johnson. S. Miller. Dr. Harper. Bill Adamson. M. Osborn, G. Hemenway, D. Wisgerhof, J. Gilchrist. M. Morrison, D. Kempenaar, M. Saclcett, C. Smith. Fourth Row: N. Doss, A. Leo, C. Crawford, N. Henderson, R. Schatz, J. Newcomer, M. Harris, J. Marlin, L. Lohmeyer, B. Broholm. P. Miller, R. Porter, S. Nelson, P. Smith. Fifth Row: J. Hughes, E. Boehner. M. Thiele, J. Croft, C. Wetzell. C. Singley. J. Kupfer. J. Hamilton. B. Bateson. M. Leonard, M. Spies. C. Barker. J. Johnson, J. Kainz. S. Soderstrom. R. Bradv. J. Olson. . ' ' iz 11 m 8 6 ' ' " ' JV: -4. . 1 i ' ' i K First Row: R. Winter, S. Levinson, M. Cavanaugh, G. Frost, E. Taylor, A. Harrington. D. Eller, J. Johnson, S. Pesses. Second Row: J. Baugh. F. Hochholzer, M. Jensen, R. Nelson. R. Fulton, T. Wine, A. Gale, R. Rausch. Third Row: Prof. Don Johnson, Adviser; R. Thein, D. Revinsen, J. Irelan, L. Krull, D. ETner, R. Watson, L. Mather. Young Democrats OFFICF.RS Prcsiilcnt Saiiuicl Pesses NKc-PrLsiJeiit j;inc Whitten Sccrctar Sandra I .l iiison Treasurer Har e Andersen A FIRM HANDSHAKE between Sa Hprsrhel Lijv ' ?les ' ,. Pesses and Gov. Governor llerscliel Lo " eless anti Con- gressman Merwin Coad were on hand tor the SUI Young Dem 5crats ' lUth aiinix eisary banquet this fall. This group has existetl for a decade irh tlie purpose of stiinulating interest in govern- mental affairs and increasing part ' respons- ibility. The oung Dcniocriits entertained Senator Paul Douglas of Illinois at a C(iftee hour. They diil some tra eling, too. Many heard Senator John Kennedx ' speak in Des Momes. and three members won the NW ' ck in Wash- ington trip. They were Ann Harrington, Dan Efner and Sam Pesses, who came back from the nation ' s capital with plenty of ideas for their own club. 237 T iiawasyfMgiiOTB PRES. ERNIE RICKETT and company plan +he 1957 Regional Con-ference to be held at SUI. Union Board OFFICERS President Ernest Rickett Vice-President . . . Thomas Jolas Secretary Kay Accola Treasurer .... Lorrence Kellar The 16-nieniber L nion Board was the goxern- ing hodv of the Iowa Memorial Union of which e er ' student ■as a member. Union Boartl sponsored man actnities within the L nion. There was bowhng, bridge and billiard tournaments . . . post ball game parties . . . fine arts exhibitions ... a student-faculty discussion se- ries . . . Toys for Tots Bowling Tournament, with the registration fee going for toys for the handi- cappeil School . . . and the Homecoming Dance, co-sponsored with Central Party Committee. . . . SUI Union Boarders were also hosts at the Regional Conference here. 125 Union Board members from four states came to exchange ideas, and to share in the banquet and dance festi ities. Union Boartl members represented every col- lege on campus. Eiheral arts and Commerce col- leges popularly elected theirs; the rest ere ap- pointed by the individual college. First Row: K. Accola. T. Jolas, E. Rickett, L. Kellar. Second Row: G. Spence, C. Hamill, J. Te Paske, A. Dunkerton, N. Smith, M. Berenstein. Third Row: F. Denz. P. Bartlett, J. Hols, H. Hogshead. First Row: T. Oblinger, J. Hinkle. C. Day, R. Anstine. C. Fouts, A. Welner, D. Fitzslmmons, C. Chipokas, M. Levensky. Second Row: C. Walker. M. Putney, M. Seabury, J. McDonald, M. Larson, D. Stout, I. Myers, J. Cole, M. Flynn, Z. Greenstein, S, Page, S. Hacker. Third Row: J. Hamilton. K. Chaffee, M. Thlele. K. McCormlck, S. Gordon. R. Johnson, A, Lund, M. Gobble, M. Hill. B. Junk. M. Kolker. Fourth Row: D. House, S. Bierbaum, E. Boehner, V. Stallman, E. Stanton, F. O ' Hara, M. Tangney, 5. Larsen. M. Katleman, S. Schlndler, N. Lantau. Filth Row: M. McDermott, G. Bier, J, Bremner, N. Erickson, J. O ' Donnell, A. Hunt, R. Bondi, W. Kimmell. Sixth Row: D. Hoyt, M. McAuley, W. Hummer, B. Liedholm, W. Sutton, J. Glover. Union Board Sub-Committee L nion R();inl SLili-Loniinittce Axoi ' kci ' s helped L nion Hoard carrs otit it main duties. The Union Board meinhcrs who scr cd ;is chairmen for the suheommittees were ;i tol- lows: Tom jolas and Corley Ilaniill, special e " ents committee; L.ornie Kellar and I om Kenetick, movies and i : loan Te Paske and Howard Hogshead, bridge; Ann Dunkerton and John Hagen, post-ball games; Jack Hols and .Mai- in Berenstein, games; Nikki Smith and I ' hil Hartlett, publicitv ; and l ' i-ank l)cn ,, line arts. In the spring, the ' ' 14 who had worked at least 12 hoLii s on the sub-eomnuttees were ex ' aluated hv the board. I hen some were chosen to run for I nion Board itsell on the liberal arts and commerce ballots. ANOTHER UNION BOARD event means stacks ol posters- done, of course, the easy way. 239 - » « ■ T f 5 r :r-j . - J First Row: C. Stientjes, J. TePaslce, L. Gamble, M. Brubaker, R. Hali Second Row: B. Junk, M. Seberg, E. Field, R. Meaghan, H. Kunik. Third Row: D. DeHoogh. E. Fellows, S. Bierbaum, N. Nelson. Four+h Row: J. Foster, M. Curtis, A. Lund, R. Howard, C. Hamlll. Associated Women Students OFFICERS President Linda Gamble Vice-President Marsha Brubaker Secretary Joan TePaske Treasurer Carol Stientjes When most SUI students were going home for the Easter holidays, 150 delegates from 8 states were arriving for a three day Associ- ated Women ' s Stutients ' conference entitled " The Silent Generation Speaks! " This conference was the result of a year ' s planning by the SUI hosts, under the leader- ship of Linda Gamble, president, and Harriet Kunik, chairman of the event. Even a Mademoiselle writer was on hand to cover the regional meeting, ea esdropping as the AWS leaders discussed campus prob- lems. Otherwise, AWS was busy with its regular duties of publishing the " Code for Coeds " booklet for ntw students and sponsoring the campus orientation program. Spinsters Spree, Profile Previews, Information First lectures and the International Festival of Holidays. An AWS committee, the Central Judiciary Boarci, governecd women ' s regulations. Behind AWS was its large membership — the largest on campus, for every undergradu- ate woman belonged. 240 Information First Comnnlftee Left to Right: M. Showers, D. Blaufuss, R. Evans, E. Field, C. Hughes. Orientdtion Committee First Row: S. Bierbaum, R. Howard, S. Swengel, J. TePaslce S. Fischrupp. Second Row: C. Hamill, A. Lund, F. O ' Hara. S. Hahn. Executive Council First Row: M. Brubaker. L. Gamble. H. Kunilc. Second Row: C. Stlentjes, J. TePaske. R. Hale. Student- Faculty Coffee Hour Committee Left to Right: C. Brown, R. Greenberg. J. Tllton, M. Sea- bury S. Bierbaum. lAWS Convention Committee First Row: C. Hirnill, M. Showers, A. Lund, M. Klingler. Second Row: H. K:.jnik, D. Cherry. American Red Cross College Unit Left to Right: C. Jennisch, M. Curtis, D. Cherry, S. Thur- Freshman Council First Row: K. Godwin, K. Armstrong, D. Canby, N. Robert- son, J. Roberts, J. Shaffer, M. Olson, L. Miller, E. Hoch- stetler. Second Row: C. Bufflngton, M. Stamler, J. Taylor, J. Repass, J. Klemesrud, S. Willits, D. Collin, A. Hagens, L. Brown, N. Worton. High School Contact Left to Right: D, House, M. Asher, M. Seberg, M. Christen- sen. Foreign Students ' Committee First Row: B. Boeke. B. Junk, S. Schindler, A. Wallace. Second Row: R. Meaghan, J. Cole. Profile Previews Committee Left to Right: N. Erickson, M. Kellam, K. Accola, W. Strief, C. Jennisch, G. Green, N. Nelson, A. Hunt. Associated Women Students Judiciary First Row: M. Michael, J. Stock, J. Klingler. Second Row: J. Wicks, N. Dodge, M. Huey. Spinster ' s Spree Committee First Row: B. Johnson, N. Nelson. G. Green. Second Row: M. Kellam. L. Stone. E. Eldred. ■ " i First Row: S. Bierbaum, M. Huffman, P. Mayer, N. Robeibvi., E. Fel.ov.s, J. McDonald Second Row: B. Hartong, M. Pillars. N. Moulin, V. Stallnnan, G. Zeitler, R. Collins. Third Row: V. Aisner, M. Seabury, M. Carpenter, S. Graeber, 5. Schindler. YWCA OFFICERS FrcsKlcnt NiiiuN I- oIiltsoii Kc-FrcMdent iin Icllows Sc-ci-Lt;ir - 1 rcasurcr . . . Samlra Barhauni LOTS. OF SERVICE for Dean Jones ' customers: the gas lift was one of the YWCA ' s nnoney-raising projects. To i i ' DW pintuall . inti.llccni;ill aiul socialK — these were the oals ot the Y CA. Freshman , training; ()iini;ei " skirls m leadership and i-esponsihiUty, joined with W ' C A in orLiani .iiig small groups to entertain at (Jakelale; in planniiii; the Christmas candlelight sei- i(.e in Dantorth Chapel: m promoting; i ood relations with foreign students on cam- pus and m sponsoring " Major in Mar- riage " lectures. The group secured luiids by selling calemlars, I lomecoming hailges, ami Mother ' s I)a corsages. 243 Women ' s Recreation Association The Women ' s Recreation Association worketl this year to stimulate participation and interest in worthwhile recreation, to pro- vicie suitahle facilities and to encourage lead- ership in organized activity. This 250-member club also organized sub- clubs in such sports as badminton, camping, hockey and tennis. These clubs were open to all SUI men and women. In addition, WRA had an extensive intra- mural program with a traveling trophy that went to the winning housing unit. Such intra- mural tournaments featured swimming, bas- ketball, volleyball, mixed golf, softball ami bo ling. A swimming show, " Rhythm in Aqua, " presented by the Seals Club, and the races, " Canoe Capers, " were two events that WRA provided during Mother ' s Day Weekend. Seals Club consisted of 48 women selected on a try-out basis. Another swimming group. Penguins, made up of non-selecti -e member- ship, also presentcti numbers during the Seals Show. The Orchesis modern dance club did a series of studio performances, thus adding even more ariety to the WRA program. First Row: M. Spies, M. Eastridge. L. Adoiiiitz, J. McLarnan, H. Kunik, A. Austin. Second Row: N. Clark, L. Young, N. Bailey, M. Lange, E. Fieblg. S. Bierbaum, C. Walker, S. Snyder, M. Bird, D. Cherry. Third Row: B. Frltzel, S. Clemens. J. Ellenberger, C. Hamill, B. Graef, S. Leake, M. Shelden, M. Lubke, M. Huey, J. McDonald. Fourth Row: M. Varley, E. Taylor, D. Sullickson, R. Wlegert, M. Katlennan, B. Knock, N. Hendryx, M. Thiele. 244 I ' rcsiclciit . ' ice-Pi-csiilcnt Secretary . r re a sure I ' . OFFICERS Liiula Ailaiiiit Flarrlet Kunik MariKii ] ' ' ,a rrul,u,e Mar ana S|)ies Executive Council First Row: A, Austin, L. Adamitz, K. McLarnan. Second Row: M. Dennis, M. Spies, M. Eastridge, H. Kunik. Seals Outside Circle: C. Barker, B. White, J. O ' Donnell. M. Piatt, J. Johnston. J. Sayre. C. Hamill. B. Hubbard, S. Wilson. D. Aftus, J. James. J. Sutherland. C. Bailey, K. Grother, S. Horak, M. Fennell, J. Repass, B. Lange, N. Blough. J. Mignerey, K. Christian, K. Godwin. N. Weyer, K. Higgins, P. Springer, A. Austin, B. Gill, K. Getz. L. Lear, A. Toogood. Inside Circle; A. Cooper, D. Cherry, K. Bjaastad. C. Irish, M. McGovern, M. Dennis, M. Eastridge, S. Eaton. J. Mc- Cracken, D. Coe, V. Elting, J. Nienieier. WHO NEEDS to sTuay? Wnen v.e play pro basketball. get out, were going to 245 JUST TO MAKE sure they ' re not alive, hit the first one that begins to hop around. SUrS GIRLS make like the " merrie men " of Sherwood Forest. A PYRAMID, is a pyramid, is a pyrannid BAREFOOT girls belonging to Orchesis, the modern dance group, display their talent. 246 Greek Week Committee L 111.1 lT the i( -i.liaii ' iiKiiislii[i 1)1 Sally Hahn am! Totid Parker, the (i|-cck Week Coniinittee coorch- natcd the many e ents (it the week. The r()up selected the stikh ol the (ireek svsteiii as its theme. The Week Included the 1 FC- I ' anhellenic Dance . . . the tea li)r (ireek pi ' esulents . . . the dinnei ' s ni the houses honorini laciilt and other Greeks where the theme was discussed . . . and a aiaet show where Don Sherk and Sandv Sweii| el re- cened the Top Cjreek Man and Woman awartl. First Row; . Cohn, S. Hahn, T. Parker, R. Stewart. Second Row: M. Putney, M. Kollcer. K. Werner, J. McDonald. Third Row: R. Helms, N. Dodge, R. Caruer. Senior Class Officers The senior class was represented h tour ollicers, well trained in lead- ei ' ship and ahdit . SaniK ' Swenj el. also pi ' csident ol Panhellenic, serxeii as senior class president. John Rallard, a cheerlead- er, was ice-president; (iary Kurdel- meier, one ot SL I ' s top wrestlers, was secretai " ' : and Liiula (iamhle, .- WS president, was treasurer. The oiHcers were chosen In popLilar ' ote ol the liheral arts iuniors in the all-campus elections. ThcN will ser e as the alumni contact committee alter Liratliiation, tliereln keepinjj; ahreast with the SI 1 activities they participated in diiriiii; their colieue careers. Left to Right: S. Swengel, G. Kurdelmeier, L. Gambi. 247 Young Republicans First Row: N. Nelson, L. Courter, T. Sullivan, C. Brit+on. Second Row: J. Hoofman. B. Stilzel. Young Repuhlicans delved into the capital appropriations prob- lem and came up with a pro-ap- propi-iations panel that appeared before many campus organiza- tions this year. Notable isitors at club meet- ings included Senator Thomas Martin and Congressman Fred Sch ' cngel. Political workshops and a se- ries of panel discussions on polit- ical parties were presented, help- ing to strengthen party responsi- bility and leadership in future of- hce-holders. ( )tficers were: Lloyd Courter, president; Tim Sullivan, " ice- president; Nancy Nelson, secre- tar ' , and Connie Britton, treas- urer. Home Economics Club Those in Home Economics Club this vear became better informed on foreign cooker ' , china, silver and e -en diamonds. Better vet, the loreign food lent Itself ell to tasting, and the jeweler, who gave the diamond lecture at one of their monthly meetings, e en brought his precious stones with him. Officers ere Bettv Nlitchell, presi- dent; Nancy Lynch, vice-president; Esther Forbes, secretary; and Nancy Roberson, treasurer. First Row; V. Am, E. F oe:, :. - i r, B. Mitche:!, S. White, hi. Lynch, E. Northey. Second Row: S. Mahan, M. Gipple, R. Delfs, F. McMains, C. Bowersox, D. Strode, P. Schubert, T. Harris. S. Evans, J. Walke. Third Row: M. Klingler, M. Hartz, B. Benhart, C. Stiegele, T. Olsen, B. Buchwalter, C. Schoenthaler, B. Nichols, 5. Warnecke. Fourth Row: M. Downs, D. Sprague, M. Wagner, L. Jacoby, M. Dolinsek, S. Faupel, S. Bosma. K. Greenwood. J. Traverse, J. Luett. Fifth Row: M. Alexander, G. Richnnond, B. Gates, L. McCormac, C. Rogers, C. Wen- ner, J. Wicks, B. Graef, K. Keesler, J. Detwiler. M. Johnson. 248 Old Gold Days (_)K1 (ioKI Days niailc its initial appearance this war — a spring weekend e ' ent that was created and planned bv SL ' I ' s own stiulents to sIkiw high school seniors ■hat uni " ersit hie was realK like. The most important featuri. ' ol )ld (mid Haxs was that the high school senior could isit, throiigh planned toLirs, the SUI colleges and departments and talk directly with the lacult ' and students. In addition, displays were set up — nian ' ol them elaborate prcijects — to aid in mioi-miiig those isit- ing, aiul perhaps to brag a hit, too. Antl there was fun. " Mxtracurricular " e ents in- cluded a dance, a campLis ariet ' show and a water spectacular on the Iowa Rner. Planning lor this tremendous uiulertaking began a vear before its actuality. The group that planned and coordinated Old (iokl Da s activities Avas the Old (jold Days Student l]oard, eomposeil ol repre- sentatives from e er major campus organi ation. IS THIS an annual meeting of the board of General Motors or our first Old Gold Days committee? OFFICERS Chairman Thomas Jolas Vice-Chairman .... William Sutton Secretary Sheridan Newconib First Row: N. Roberson, W. Sutton. T. Jolas, S. Newcomb, M. Llttlg. Second Row: W. Teter, S. Bierbaum, R. Stark R. Hansen, J. Grier. Third Row: K. Kramer, C. Halbach, J. Kanealy. 249 In I ' i ' jA. .: ' 4 rudenfs and staff members vi ' . " . ' •■ i r countries ir. Europe. They climbed 14 major mountains including the Matterhorn. In 1955 31 --—!. -L drove 10.000 t. were climbed. • efii ' jf Alaska. Three ' v " ' -jr-; p-j ii.L Memories of Four Years with The Iowa Mountaineers On-campus activities Included 62 color adventure film lectures by the world ' s most noted explorers; 26 out-of-state week-end outings; many local hikes, canoe and horseback outings; and fellowship dinners with programs. In 1957, 78 members journeyed Into the rarely visited back- regions of Maligne Lake, Jasper Park, Canada. 15 major peaks were ascended and several new routes pioneered. First Row: J. Lane W. Carmichael, D, Johnson, W. Wing. C. Hofsfad, J. Jenlcinson. Second Row: M. Arnold. S. Cowman, W, Buchele, G. Davidson, K. Gardner, D. Grant. D. Gierde. Third Row: L. Hemmett, D. Cox. C. Holmes. N. Piper, T. Summy, J. Black, R. Nelssn. Beta Rho Alpha OlllCEKS President Wllllaiii Wiiiu Vice-Prcsi(.lent .... Curtis llol ' statl Secretary DonaKI Johnson Treasurer .... William C ' aniiichael The ilouhle elate when nu - eai ' won ' t vun. the InnkK to iliscuss (iur pi-olilenis with — Beta I ' vho Alpha was a ti-ieiulK. helptul group. F " roni its begmnmgs of toin- nienihers two years ago. Beta Rho Alpha has expaneleil to a group of twenty-five men, banded together for the " protection ot eligible bachelors. " Its members consist of acti e and inactive (ireeks and independents, Durnig football season, the Beta Rho ' s held pre-game and post ball game parties for their dates and in the spring there were picnics. The Beta Rho ' s were not entireh a social grou[), however, since they planned man ' ser ice projects. MEMBERS of Beta Rho Alpha and friends listen attentively to a lecture about the goals and purposes of their organi- zation. 251 Miss SUI Committee First Row: C. Halbach, M. Asher, 5. Langfitt. Second Row: E. HanseH, W. Heyman, D. Zlmmer. Miss SUI Pageant Board Members of the Miss SUI Pageant Board breathed easier after Miss SUI Mas crowneil at the Winter Formal. This group handled all the problems connected with the contest — from selecting a board of experts to comforting nervous con- testants. Prior to this had been months of plan- ning and organization by the board, selec- tion of the Pageant Committee to work directly on the campaign and the final tlurr ' of last minute excitement as one of SUFs exciting campaigns got under M ' ay. Pageant Board members were ofHcers of various campus organizations. They selected Bill Heym an as campaign direc- tor, who became an automatic board member, and also his committee. Miss SUI Board First Row: J. Kanealy, K. Accola, N. Smith, C. Moran, W. Heyman. Second Ro 252 Honorary and Professional ' .ichw ' ccmi ' ul ha cmnr to hr llir o)il mil uilnil of iiohililv. " — Wii.sos ' 253 Honorary Omicron Delta Kappa The eat!;erl -awaitei.l tapping ceremony, in conjunction with Mortar Board ' s Mother ' s Day Weekend hist spring, hiuncheil Omicron Delta Kappa on another active year. (JDK IS an honorary organization tor junior and senior men ■ho are selected hv present mem- bers on the basis of character, scholarship and campus activities. In a lighter vein, ODK and Mortar Board sponsored Basketball Buffooner- ies. Herschel Loveless, governor of Iowa, spoke at the Homecoming Breakfas t for the alumni. The SUI Alumni Dad was selected during Dad ' s Day Weekend in November. This honor is tra- ditionally bestowetl bv ( )I)K. JIM GRIER INTRODUCES Mr. Shirley Webster, SUI Dad of the Year, at the Minnesota football game. OFFICERS President ' ice-Presi( Secretary Treasurer James Grier John Bouma John Graham Stephen Shadle First Row: R. Anderson, J. Ballard, R. Bateson, F. Bloomquist, J. Bounna, L. Courter, L. Focht, P. Foster. Second Row: J. Graham, S. Jones, L. Kellar, C. Kitchen, G. Ojemann, S. Pappaiohn, L. Popofsky. Third Row: J. Price, E. Rickett, T. Senneff, D. Sherk, S. Shining, W. Teter, J. Young. AiW r : 1 Vlta 254 First Row: K. Clause, J. S+ocIc, M. Brubaker, N. Chesterman, J. Foster. Second Row: H, Kunik, R, Hansen, K. Whitmore, C. Crawford, 5. Levlnson. Third Row; L. Gamble, S. Swengel. R. Samberg, M. Reindley, R. Shadle, A. Berno Mortar Board OIFICFRS 1 ' ri.snli.nt :c(. ' -l ' rcsnlcnt Secretary . I rrasiirer . .Mai ia liruliakL-r Kan Stock Nanc Chesterman Karen C la use Jnsr because Mortar ISoaixl nienihers are chosen lor schohirship, Kadei ' ship and service doesn ' t mean they aren ' t yood tlontit seUers. After their a?iniial Donut Da came e en hi ner thintrs. They sponsored the Smartv Part foi- women with at K-ast a three point. At this time Samh ' a l.e - inson receneil the .NKir aret Fowler award. In conjunction with ( )nK, NK)rtar lioaixl pi-e- sented Baskethall I)uHoonei " ies and the Keadership School duriny ( )ld (ioKl I)a s. Probably the bitiiiest e eiit, howcN ' er, was the Mother ' s Day •ekend. lor mothers tliere was a luncheon and open house — and toi ' a lew daiij hters, there was the thnlliiiL; tappiriL; cei ' emon . MORTAR BOARD and DDK members descend the steps ot Old Capitol prior to the tapping of their new members. 255 First Row: D. Ocaseic, M. McCiatchey, J. Rlnlcer. L. Byerly, S. Sorenson. Second Row: M. Pelfersen, M. Brammerlo. C. Himrcd, N. Cogswell. Third Row: N. Cochran, M. Swanson. M. Mf yer. M. Relndtey, J. Stock, J. Klingler Fourth Row: L. Sforie, M. FuHer, A. Whidden, M. Lohr, E. Rasmussen. Sigma Theta Tau OFFICERS President . . . Mrs. Elsie Eaughlin Vice-President . . . Betty Walker Secretary Bonnie Miiller Treasurer Lorna Berens To improve the quality ot nursing . . . this is the ideal behind Sigma Theta Tau, honorary nursing fraternity. Membership is awarded to students who have maintained a B average and have contributed to nursing in some way. Sigma Theta Tau presented its Founders ' Day Tea in October for all students eligible for membership. In addition to their annual events, including their Christmas party at the May- Bower, outstandmg speakers were featured at open sessions during the year. AFTER A LONG, hard day, it Is relaxing to sit still and dri- ' coffee. 256 First Row: W. Whitney, J. Joy, J. Price, D. Van Hulzen, Second Row: D. Doan, M. Popofsky, B. Sandok, R. Stoughton. Phi Alpha Mu Alpha Lambda Delta In its second c;ir of existence on the SL 1 campus, Phi Alpha JVIii is an lionorary fra- ternity for social traternitx men. A stiff requirement of a 3.6 grade a -eragc after 60 credit hours is imposed on candidates for admission. Ha ' ing no formal oi-gani ation, the group is designed to gi ' e recognition to its members and to prepare them to gi ' e academic counsel to members of their respecti ' e t raternities. lo be an Alpha Lambda Delta as triil ail honor, lor it was made up entirely ol women attaining at least a .5.5 during their freshman ear. Social as well as academic acti ities were held, such as the bain|Liet ith l hi I ' .ta Sigma. At that time the B(jok Award was gueii. Margaret ' essel was president; Judith Russell, ice-presiilent : Roberta Meaghan. seci " etar ami Sharon loiies was treasurer. First Row: S. Jones, R. Meagiian, M. Wessel, J. Russell, J. Clark. Second Row: M. Evans, S. Johnson, M. Soderberg, J. Rider, R. Delfs, E. Field, K. Lupton, J. V n Camp. Third Row: S. Peterson. B. Luth, C. Schneckloth, R. Hale, B. Fossum, N. Lantau, F. Bobrove, B. Slemmons, I. Lemanis. Fourth Row: N. Johnson, J. Ankerstjerne, S. Schindler, R. Evans, M. Tangney, C. Pillmore, S. Gibson, S. Ranne. Fifth Row; M. Thorson, S. Gordon, M. Adams, R. Wilson, P. Johnston. First Row: J. Russ, J. Trummel, J. Deegan, H. King, Dean F. M. Dawson, R. Matthews, R. Nagel. Second Rov: A. Prosser, M. Marble, J. Acer, L. Roth, J. Bear, D. Curtis, N. Mahic, F. Jeffries. Third Row: A. Leff, J. Graham, A. Patterson, J. Rizos, J. Beltman, J. McKercher, N. Hansen, M. Brieske. Fourth Row: L, Focht, J. Young, R. Kelly, W. Brogan, R. Workhoven, C. Egger, P. Ruasch, D. Walsh, J. Gross. Fifth Row: G. Meyers, J. McConnas, C. Marsh, D. Wood, J. Mortley, J. Price, R. Stoughton, G. Rockwell, J. Andrews, C. Fretwell Tau Beta Pi Chi Epsilon Tables LTc tLirnccI and instructors (upon request) were appraiseel b the stutlents. This taciilt ' e ' aluation program -was un- dertaken this year by Tau Beta Pi, national honorar engineering fraternitv. Officers of this group, whose menibership requirements are quite rigid, were Joseph dross, president: Lawrence Pocht, ice-presi- dent; Francis Jeffries, secretar : anil James " ouny, treasurei-. Hal Hunt, eilitor ot the magaz.ine " Civil Engineers " was initiated as an honorary member of Chi Epsilon, honorar ' society for cnil engineers. The outstanding senior award was pre- senteil to I harold ()rtiii " up at the Mecca Smoker. Officers included: Ron Brechler, presi- eient: Dewey Anderson, vice-president; Pat McCirath, secretary: and Bill Crawford, treasurer. K. Kapur, W. Brechler, D. An- First Row; Crawford, R. dersen. Second Row: W. Hartley, M. Dougal, R. Stoughton, T. Nor+hup. Third Row: P. Christy, G. Rockwell, R. Rosenberger, W. Ide. Fourth Row: T. McLane, W. Nicholas, H. Schiffer, C. Swift. 258 First Row: W. Deeqan, M. Trummel, D. Madsen, E. Lund- quist, R. Hnadelt, J. Russ. D. Spencer. Second Row: I. Jacobson, W. Hudson, R. Beckett, C. Fret- well, J. Bear, W. Brogan. R. Sutherland. Third Row: M. Marble, L. Roth, W. White, G. Ander- son, J. Young, J. Jewett, A. Prosser. Fourth Row: W. Maquire, J. Gross, R. Baack, R. Work- hoven. P. Rausch, K. Roberts J. Rump. Pi Tau Sigma Beta Alpha Psi Mecca ' c(;k is a tunc lor rccoi nitioii as well as tn ()lit . I Ills IS when Fi Tau Siiiiiia, honorary traternity for mechanical engineers, i!;i -es an auard to the niemher donating the most ser ICC to the I ' .ngineerinL!; College. This X ' ear ' s recipient was John Riiinp. Steering the scholastic purpose ot this fra- ternit is josejih (iross, president: Robert ' orkli() cn. vice-[iresKlent : Ken Roberts, sec- retarv ; and lames ' ' oiing, treasurer. Accounting students w iio figure their wa throLigh with a 15 axerage can belong to Beta .Alpha I ' si, honorary accounting fraternity. This year the annual $500 award by a Chi- cago public accounting firm went to Robert A ' illiams. Monthh dinner meetings, with special guests, were held at the Amanas. Officers ci -. Paul KrapH, president: l.ee Pans, ice-president : Robert Williams, sec- retarv : and Lester lloo er, treasurer. First Row: T. Mallaro. R. Wiltianns, P. Krapfl, D. Sweeney. L. Paris. L. Hoover, J. Arers. Second Row: O. Gilbert, J. Fries, L. Nevernnann. G. Lehr. R. Madden. J. Wicks. Third Row: R. Larsen, W. Weldon, L. Hadley, B. Graham. W, Carmlchael, K. Williams. Fourth Row: J. Teeter L. Campbell, F. Precht, Jr., J. Loomer, R. Welner. D. Groneberg. First Row: K. Kelly. D. House, L Popofsky. O, Hitchcock, C. Watts. Second R ow: H. Malpas, J. Elkin. E. Wang, N. Cook, S. Willits, M. McLarty, J. Clark. Third Row: H. Zavos. D. Dedmon, D. Kaplan. J. Moeller, S. Swergel, A. Peterson, W. Alley. Forensics Delta Sigma Rho Larry Popofskv, as a ix ' sult of his rine pub- lic speaking, oratory ami dLbatc, was one of two Rhodes Schohirs from the United States who studied in England this past year. Also bringing honors to the Forensics Club was John Voigt, who represented SUI in the Northern Oratorical League at the L ni er- sit ' of Michigan. Officers were: Larry Popofskw president; Dorothy House, ice-president ; and Kathy Kelly, secretary. Scholarship and participation in Intercol- legiate Forensics were the requirnients for ad- mission of faculty members, graduate and un- dergraduate students to Delta Sigma Rho. F er other year a general speech con- gress was held, this year at Michigan State. Officers were: Sandy Swengel, president; Larry Popofsky, ice-president ; and Ross Ciearhart, secretary. Left to Right: R. Gearhart, L. Popofsky. H. Seabury, S. Swengel, C. Dalllnger, O. Hitchcock, D. Dedmon. 260 MAYBE i f we stare at it long enough it will go away. OFFICKRS I ' rcsKk ' nt Chai ' Ics Mi)i-|-eal RL-prLSKlLiit jonatlian Cluia Secretary James Fdnlemwalt Freasui-er ' illia l l-i ' ankliii Professiona I Alpha Chi Sigma With recent competUne explnratmiis in science, Alpha Chi SiL;iiia I ' ccen etl e en great- er JListihcatKin loi " its hein . Fins national iirolessional chemical I ra- ternit exists lor the acKancement ol chem- istry. Its memhei ' s iiuhkied hiochemists, chemists ami eheimcal eiii ineers of JLinior standini;. ' eekl meetings were lieKI in the chap- ter house, which leatured speakers ot inter- est. Their annual Christmas parts pro uleil the social sule. First Row: G. Pearse, W. Franklin, J. Chua, C. Morreal, Asst. Prof. J. Doyle, Asst. Prof. R. Campbell, J. Fordemwalt, W. Balrd. Webber, G. Burt. Richmond, H. W. Gaffield. Second Row: T. Culbertson, L. Slorah, E. Yealey. F. Montgomery, J. Marshall, C. Pitzer, G. Nelson, J. Moriarty, G. W Third Row: M. Coe, D. Olsen, R. Duty, R. Doone, D. RIes. T. McGee. C. Smith, J. Trowbridge. J. Frohliger. F. Cheng. Fourth Row; E. Boghosian. R. Lovrien, D. Slcovlin, J, Zapolslci. R. Alexander, W. Comer, M. Bambenek, R. Pitzel, J. Schuldt. Alpha Kappa Kappa Aicmhcrs Mike Koi ' iis :iih1 Dean XcarliiiL; may not ha c (liIIv reali etl it, but thc crc furthering Alplia Kappa Kappa ' s main goal when both were granted pathology fellow- ships. Through them, AKK ' s primary purpose to promote medical knowledge was carried one (two to be specific) step further. AKK ' s took time from stud ing, though, for participation in man activities. Such sports as intramural basketball, football and baseball -ere a welcome outlet from the thick books. The social calendar showed a spring and a winter formal, a June picnic and the big " Aesculapian " dinner-dance held each ear tor all tile medical stuilents. AKK SKELETON and Brent HoHeran double up lor a snappy game of ping pong. OFFICERS President Rcjbert Hansel Vice-Presitlent Roald Nelson Secretar Dean Nearling Treasurer Dennis Miller First Row: R. Kemis. A. Mavk, W. Rosenfeld. L. King, R. Bunten, J. DeGroote, D. Granner. S. Stone, G. Lubbers, T. Evans, B. Stevenson, E. Sornson. Second Row: W. Rouse. G. Ellison, A. Hass, R. Roberts, D. Nierling, B. Spivey. R. Levis, G. Hanson, T. Myers, B. Holleran, A. Sandrock. Third Row: J. Anderson, D. Borcherding, R. Hansel, J. Weeber, D. Hartieip, T. Kent, W. Erkonen, J. Doss, J. Earll, G. Buechle, f. Overby, H. Tjaden, H. Peterson. Fourth Row: L. Rodgers, G. Judisch, W. Conner, K. Swanson, M. Korns, D. Faber, B. Spirtos, D. Doughnnan, R. Bleasdell, W. Baumann, E. Harrison. Fifth Row: A. Schroeder, R. Winter, H. Ham- brecht, J. Ashline, R. Hendrickson, C. Neiby, R. Cunningham, R. Calkins. D. Johnston, R, Swaney, D. Thoen. Sixth Row: D. Wetricfi, J. Miner, R. Pitkin, J. Napier, W. Brauer, G. Oiemann, O. Jensen, J. Gardner, D. Holder, J. Brinker, H. Gerber, J. Bond. Seventh Row: B. Snnith, R. Widner, B. Blerbaum, W. Fenton, H. Shining, W. Robinson, D. Moeller, D. Milter, H. Hogshead, R. Nelson, R. Hinson, J, Hazen. First Row: P. Carlson, P. Schleld, P. Anderson, T, Gary, N. Sedadapap, M. Kraushaar. C. Anderson, N. Llewellyn, T. Carson, L. Hams, H. Thomas, D. Eggert, H. Bailen. Second Row: L. Wintermeyer, H. Wieqman. C. Hawtrey, E. Wol-fqram, J. McCammond, R. Newton, J. Channer. J. Way, J. Nelson, S. Milstein, W. Ramsey, K. McLarnan, R. Ballagh. Third Row: N. Sigel, G. Jacobs. J. Klauer, J. Maughan, R. Hammer, B. Watlcins, L. Weldon, A. Haqan, G. Hoenic, H. Brady, R. Patterson, 1. Horwitz, F. Sturdevant. Four+h Row: M. McClenahan, D. Fisher, E. Skinner, R. Wrust, D. Drake. J. Kleaveland, J. Valassiades, J. Boolcin, C. Clarlc, G. Mamo, M. Thomas, W. Rowland, J. Aeling. Fifth Row: R. Cameron, K. Kube, L. Reeves, R. Mekemson, B. Frommack, C. Daniels, S. Howery, J. Nelson, N. Custer, K. Cohen, R. Larson, C. Danneel. Sixth Row: R. Rubottom, R. Rhatlqan, T. Strike, J. Stageman. D. Sweem. H. Rankin, H. Gillis, A. Barnes, D. Van Etten, C. Bakritges. G. Brady, W. Bock. Seventh Row: R. Cheville. W. Walden, C. Pyfer, R. Broholm, D. Williams, D. Rosenkrans, K. Vandenbrink, L. Luhman, J. Greve, J. VerSteeq, W. Diment, D. Jenkins. R. Frink, R. Switzer. OFKICKRS Prcsulcnt Dennis (.Uion ' iic-l ' i-csiJcnt Arthm- 1 laL cii Sccrcturx Keith Mcl.arnan Treasurer Richard 1 lanmcr NOTICE the full tone and half-closed eyes as the sons of Phi Beta PI gather around ye old piano. Well, at least they ' re trying. ■ v . E E H " ' " Ji k 1 m FTq wi P (J M ' ' i EJ H ' sm l H b Bl Phi Beta Pi Phi Beta I ' l, claininii 154 iiieiiibers, Mas the lart est inedaal Iratci ' nitv cm cainfuis. Preslinien ailiiiittcil to the COllci e nl Med- icine were united tn the I ' hi ISete lioLise in the sprini;. I hose tli.it |)ledi;ed l;i)| hi on such Phi ISete aeti ities :is the Christmas loniial, the hoiiie- coiiiinL; part hononiiL; isitini; ahimni and tlie spring han(|Liet. I he Phi IJetes also had a I ' Jeeonnition I5an- (|iiet, hrini iiiL; in Dr. I .eshe Aer ' , noted em- hi ()h)L ist, as the speaker. In Maw one of the itiemhers is cliosen I ' hi Bete Man ot the ' ear. Last ear " s winner was Burton Carloek. while Dr. . la W ' heat- 1 was named . kimni Man ot the ear. 263 IT ' S LIGHT-UP TIME fcr poor Yonck at the Nu Sigma Nu fraternity, OFFICERS President Richard Wolfe ' ice-PrLsident James Holt Secretary David Winter Treasurer William McDexitt Nu Sigma Nu Xu Sigma Nu, oldest medical fraternity both nationally and locally, Mas kept busy this year with many acti ' ities besides the med- ical books. 1 loward Woll as president of the junior class, and Tom Murphy and Dick Wolfe were on the Student Council. Dick and Bill Anderson, Jay Anderson and Bill Kieffer were elected to Alpha Omega Alpha, honor- ary medical traternity and Howard Dcnbo was president of the Medical Student Coun- cil. And, of course, there were other activities, such as the St. Patrick ' s and St. Valentine ' s parties. The Nu Sig ' s e -en had a project. They redecorated the interior of their house. First Row: A. Tourian, T. Murphy, H. Dienbo. R. Wolte, J. Holte, J. Caterine, W. Coburn, G. Sabeh. C. Toogan, G . Naifeh, R. Offerman, A, Wolfe. J, Hofer. Second Row: R. Llnd, W, Tegler, P, McDevitt, H. Purcell, J. Hendricks, J. Hernnan, L. Kerr. E. Kagihara, W, Kieffer, E. Worton, D. Fuller, J. Steffey. Third Row: J. Bell, E. Newman, R. Watson, D. Huff, G. Pauk, H. Gernt, G. Welch, B. Sandok, J. Hess, J. Shaw, P. Willis. Fourth Row: J. Teegen, R. German, R. Borgman, F. Van Beran, D. Bemus, R. Hockmuth, F. Conway, N. Rinderknecht, W. McDevitt, J. Wormley. H. Wolf. Fifth Row: D. Winter. P. McFadden, J. Pearson, R. Graham, G. York, J. White, R. Yerkes, C. Wilson, P. Huewe, J. Davis. T. Ryan, H. Hill. .1 O o P H, ' ■ ri : £) ' : t hi) I First Row: L. Wirtz, D. Buche, J. Moes. D. Bomfamp. F. Top. F. Patterson. Advisor; N. Theda. H. Kime. J. Heller, P. Fox. Second Row: C. Sinber, J. Ganzhorn, T. Gartin, D. Nugent, D. Lohr. W. Lo, T. Schueller, P. Melichar, D. Johnson, R. Waste. Third Row: D. Kirlighn, P. Pechous, P. HHagen, D. Nemmers, B. Archer. J. Robbins. T. Schroeder, R. Durnin. C. Wright. Fourth Row: M. Jones. G. Conway, G. Kandel. R. Gasser, C. Rater. F. Miller, E. Lowary, J. Eversman, hi. Van Hofwegen. Fi th Row: T. Cronkleton, R. Kuehn, H. Gannber, R. Fait, J. Scranton, T. Basiler, E. Sponable, J. Timmerman. Phi Rho Sigma Members of Phi Rho Signia, national nuJ- ical fraternity, wore particiihirly athlctic- mindetl this vear. EspecialK ' acti •e l hi Rlio ' s were Bill Low, professional diving champion in all-unn ersit competition, and Bob Fault, sinj lcs ant! doubles champion in tennis. To aikl to their tro[ih collection, the Pin Rho ' s won the Participation Trophy for co- operation in the most athletic actnities throughout the year, as well as other cups accjuirecl in the prol essional I rateniit ' leagues. On the meilical skle, I om Bassler was one of tweh ' e students in metiical school to receixe the Sherman scholarship. OFFICERS President Donald Bomkamp Vice-President Fred Patterson Secretary John Moes Treasurer Norman I hede HOLD STILL, MAN! Where is your scientHlc mind? Where would we be now if Pasteur ' s doqs had squirmed like this? 265 » . w, l k »l 1 li I, First Row: J. Harl, H. Klontz, R. Ferguson, K. Nesbit, E. Harvey. R. WItte, P. Boelce, M. Slattery, E. Karl, J. Dixon, A. Morisalto, J. Magnuson. Second Row: D. Kinser, T. Raynnond, E. Hancock, G. Tussing, W. McMahon, R. Smith, T. Jost, J. Bogert. R. Cowan, R. Willcison, C. Kauffman, P. Elting. Third Row: M. Fujinaka, W. Barnes, C. Naessig. R. Killebrew, K. Besley, B. Daly, J. Megchelsen, M. Armstrong. W. Nelson, J. Newsome, W. Brown. J. Lundquist. R. Ogesen. R. Reid. Fourth Row: C. Pinkerton. J. Stack. G. Kienzle, J. Dumbauld, W. Harrison. L. Engman. R. Nelson. D. Nelson. J. Carroll, C .Erbe. W. Copeland. R. Finn. M. Correy. Fifth Row: R. Rasmus. V. Dodd, E. Light. W. Parker, V. McFadden, J. Hamilton, W. Haldy, R. Nassen. D. Storie. P. Kragt. E. Smith. T. Washburn. Sixth Row: S. Story, L. Lang, D. Peterson. J. Percival. J. Timmermans. K. Sahs, N. O ' Leary. D. Morrison. W. Dahlberg, L. Strohman, H. Hansen. D. Rieck. Seventh Row: R. Nemmers, D. Smith, R. Oathout. R. Carver. L. Nash. D. Varland. J. Stickley, R. Bane, F. Turner, M. Till, T. Weidemonn. G. Krohn, L. Fagner. OFFICERS President iVIaclay Armstrong; ' icc-Prcsidcnt Miirtin Shittcry Secretary Roger Xeiiiniers Treasurer {oe 1 laneock GETTING MEASURED for a partial plate isn ' t really much fun. Delta Sigma Delta The top officers of the SUI Junior Ameri- can Dental Association ■ — such as Bill Dahl- berg aiul Pat Kratt — were members of Del- ta Sigma Delta, professional dental frater- nity. In addition, Delta Sig ' s ' ayne Barnes and I5oh Ogeson were president an l ice-p resi- dent ot the senior class. This year was a saci one for Delta Sigma Delta in one respect. After winning the All- L ' niversity Basketball title for four consecu- tive years, they didn ' t quite make it for num- ber five, which would ha -e retired the trophy. The price of an amalagum (silver) re- storation (Hlhng) made each alum a member of the Amalaiium Club. 266 ACCORDING to the law of averages, someone li really going to ciean up uri hand. THE GIRL I nnarry has got to be perfection — no cavi- ties, no third nnolars, and she ' ll brush her teeth after each meal. A POOR JUDGE of human character might say this was educational TV at worlc. Those of us who know, however, wonder why the boys aren ' t wearing their Mousketeer caps. r.rr.r ' ? 7 . 267 k AW GEE. FELLAS! Ask me any other nme and I ' d be glad +o go ice skating with you. OFFICERS President Richard Graliam ' ice-Prcsidcnt Howard L rick Secretary Robert Drennen Treasurer Eugene Hnuk Psi Omega Psi Omega is the largest national protes- sional dental fraternit ' . Each vear two awards are ottered by the national office. One of these honors goes to the member who has recenei.1 the highest grade point. The other is gnen to the individual who has contributed most to the chapter. Throughout the vear arious dental clinics were held. A number of speakers ere ob- tained for these clincs. Some of them were facult ' members. Social events during the year included a freshman welcome dinner, a banquet for the alumni, a Christmas banquet and partv, antl of course — mixers ■with the dental hygienists. First Row: H. Rosenberg, R. Drennen, J. Ellis, D. Spinella, D. Graham, H. Uricic, E. Hoult, S. Quick, J. Barrett. Second Row: L. Quirk, J. Gallo, L Baldwin, D. Hansen, R. Wlckey, W. Hollander, L. Garfin, J. Clapsaddle, J. Rashld, F. Nesbit. Third Row: J. Sturdivant, J. Blodgett, J. Hileman, R. Terry, K. Brotherton, L. Bladon, D. Poulson, J, McCulloch, C. Woodruff, R. Nelson. Fourth Row: R. Dubois, T. McKercher, M. Novotny, E. Braley, D. Hall D. Hill, T. Coad, C. Hemesath, R. Goltry, G. Black. Fifth Row: J. Larsen, C. Johnson, D. Bladon, D. Anderson, R. Gander. J. Lane, G. Novak, A. Cahalan, L. Harman, C. Griffith. Sixth Row: R. Mason, J. Frush, D. Ra.t, J F.; " er V. Masin, P. Torqerson, J. Ta, ' - F. .-nz, D. Gerlits, G. North. " iS- - ' % - IF THESE CHOPPERS say one word, or male another move, you can open up the ar+tllery on them. THESE ACETYLENE TORCHES are great cigarette lighters. DR. KEITH THAYER Deputy Counselor MRS ELMA F. BLXl IWAIIllR Housemother 269 Left to Right: W. Axllne. J. Hancock, D. Nelson, G. Pringle. American Pharmaceutical Association OFFICERS FrcsRlcnt William Axlinc Vice-President (iar Priiigle Secretary Jon I lancock Treasurer Donna Nelson COUPLES CHAT at the " Pharmacy Prize Prom " while Alfred E. Neuman and pin-mate look on. The American Pharniaceiitical Association, calling on all ol the students in the College of Pharmac who automatically were memhers, produced a Homecoming Hoat that took top honors in the humor division of the parade. The float was a huge svringe, reminding a Badger that " You ' ll Get it in the Entl. " 1 lumor aside, the group tried to promote a better umlerstanding ot its [irolession through monthly etiucational meetings. Among guest speakers were a representative of a drug firm, and the presidents of the American and Iowa Pharmaceutical Associa- tions. Social e ents mclu dec! the annual rize Prom, spring picnic and softball tournament. 270 Associated Students of Engineering Bearils, straw liats ami liimtiiiL; lnr the blarney stone, arc all ti-ailitions uplieKl In ihc en_S inecrint ' stiulcnts (luriiiu; Mlcxu W ick. The n ali- between the eiinnieers anil the law stiiilents concerns the belie! that St. Pat- rick was in their particular prolession. Besitles the Mecca ' eek celebrations, the engineers helil a stiicletit-lacultN dance, a barn party, a Christmas party and a sprnin picnic. All students enroUeil m the Colle,i;e ot I ' n- gineering are members ot the Associated Stu- dents ot Engineering. 1 -w n iiiembers Iroin each ticKl ot engineering are electeil to the council. NOW THIS DIMENSION is four feet! Engineers give the r od3l of the Homecominq monurnent the once-over. OKI ' ICERS I ' resident I5 rle Xorthup ice-President I .ee Ingwersen Secretar |ohn Rump Treasurer James Smith First Row: L. Ingwersen, B. Northup, J. Runnp. Second Row: G. McCool, J. Johnson, K. MIttelberq, C. Schmidt, D. Waller. 271 D .5w»! s| ' I ( v . ♦ Ci ' — : Freshman Officers Left to Right: J. Hess. W. Rouse, i nke Senior Officers First Row: K. Garber, W, Anderson. Second Row: C. Kitchen, P. Foster. Sophomore Officers Left to Right: J. Teegen. D. Wetrich, Bierbaum. itii Left to Wolf. Junior Officers Right: W. Walden, D. Williams, H. Medical Student Council It -was the special night of the year when the medical stuclents laid aside their white jackets and donned dress clothes for the Aeseulapian l rolic, named for the Cireek god of healing. Supervising this ami more serious tasks was the medi- cal student council: Howard Denho, president; Her- hert (lillis, ice-prcsitlent ; Hamlet Peterson, secretary; ami Robert Le is, treasurer. First Row: H. Peterson, H. Gillis, H. Denbo, R, Levis. Second Row: D. Doughman, J. McCammond, H. Ballen, B. Hoenk, J. Holte. Third Row: T. Ryan, D. Miller, R. Frlnk, R. Chevllle, J. Scranton, H. Wolf. f- P f f SL j { r r :ir If I lA _._- _ , ij First Row: R. Ahigren. L. Spiegel, M. Warnell, J. McBride, S. Bajlie, J. Bogert, Coach D. Armbruster, L. Hurring. R. Pratt, Coach R. Allen, J. Mitvalslcy. Second Row: K. Wollin, D, Rossberg, R. McNamee, R, Bogert, E. Grayson, E. Mills, R. Plato, R. Peterson, C. Anderson, R. Carlson, T. Segura. Third Row: H. Ketelsen. A. Carlsson, R. Johnson, J. Davidson, R. Stafford, R. Beach, R. Anderson, J. Graham, L. Gould, G. Gillberg. Fourth Row: P. Wiese, C. Mercer, L. Fruehllng, H. Schutte, J. Quick, G. Morris. J. Jones, W. Huebner, E. Ellis, W. Claerhout. OFFICERS PrL ' Siilcnt John I ()_!j,x ' rt Dolphin Club Vi I r s l ,« Suu l Balle • ' ■ Secretary Jolm McBride Treasurer Finei)ln lliirrinu. The SUI chapter of the Dolphin National DOLPHIN QUEEN PARTICIPANTS, elicit vary.ng expressions .... o " +ne faces of ou youn- scholars. 1 lonorary Swimming Fraternity began an- other siiccesstiil Near with its thirtv-titth an- during Homecoming week- BP ' I I S ft 1 end. Four performances ot the space-theiiKHl HL w— M ' spectacuhir " Ultraphysical Year " were r i| - ir ' mx Kmmwmm ' ' reigneil over by Queen Myrna RcMtoKls. MStk .j Z HI H V Tlie Dolphin 15an(]iiet was honored to see President 1 lancher guest speaker anil the , ' SSt St .k traternit - presented Dax ' id Armbruster with % j H fe y J ■• J a pla(|ue in recognition of his ser ice to the Ih Bvb 1 organization and his last year as factult ad- P V V — " -• ' visor before retirement. H k The Floriila trip during Christmas vaea- mt %» tion, pool [larties. a ski show on the ri er H t ■- ' during ( )K1 (iold Davs. a canoe trip ami a spring HF 273 First Row: C. Roberts, S. Sensiba. F. Hockett, R. Walton. Second Row: D. Schmarie, J. Jewett. R. Peterson, G. Kutsch, R. Soper. Third Row: P. Harmony, C. Fretwell. R. Rosenberger. D. Vander Linden. Fourth Row: W. Storm, D. Brotherton, L. Gasklll, W. Maguire, R. Frack. Iowa Transit SOME WORK, some give advice, all help to publish the lovv,i Transit, Icma Transit was one iiiaya inc that ap- peared in many magazine racks around SUI — especially in the homes of engineers. With a circulation of approximately 2000, inth ukials «ere kept informed of the latest engineering processes in industry, opportuni- ties in the tiekl ant! SLU engineering news. The magazine was student-staffed with Ken Roberts serving as business manager and Seth Sensiba as editor-in-chief. There was also a Boartl of Control, a pol- ic -niaking group composed of five engineer- ing students, three facultx members and an alumnus. 274 Collegiate Chamber of Commerce Each mcinlHT ol tin. Colki c of Cmii- merci.- automatically bclongcil to the Collcui- atc Chamber of Commerce. riic spearhead group ol this hii- ;er oi-nan- ization was the b,xcciiti e ISoartl, lomposeil of 11 members — a representati e from each of the six departments of the collei e. the three commerce traternlties and sororit and tile two L ' nion Board commerce delegates. The execiiti e boaril planned the Careers Conference, brini in_ii in business leatlers to soothe worrieil job hunters. Fhe Collegiate Chambei- ol Commerce also had a ilisiihu for Old Cold Days. Eyes turned towarel those w ho IkuI excelled n the college at A artls Han(|Uet time on Ma 17 when special recognition was i;i en. pi ' s ■ ' " f SOME OF THE MEMBERS of the Executive Board talk over pians for revising their constitution. Ol 1 ICb:RS President .MeKiii ' aui;lin ice-1 ' resident rlo Stein Secretarx ' Son)a Swaiison rreasLirei " William {.oebi! " " First Row: A. Stein, S. Swanson, M. Vaughn. Second Row: P. Netsch, S. Brender, A. Dunker+on, J. Ridenowr, Third Row: " T..— - G. Lav.--cn, W. Loebig. 275 First Row: J. Sabbath, J. Carlin, A. De Jong, P. Life, K. Putbrese, T. Daley, J, Allen. Second Row: J. Scfiaeffer. L. Snow. G. Murphy, E. Ladd, C. Grisamore, L. Johns. Third Row: R. McGrath. J. Baldrige. R. Jones, A. Reiman, L. Flander. Delta Theta Phi Phi Alpha Delta A guest speaker frdiii the low a Bar Asso- elation at each monthly luncheon meeting heipecl Delta Theta Phi carry out its ideals. This professional law fraternity aims to promote fellowship anti scholastic achie ' e- meiit. This year the chapter sent Alvin Dejong. district attorne of Delta Theta Phi, to the national convention in New ork Cit . (Officers were: Keith Putbrese. dean: Hill I.ebuhn, ice-dean ; Al in Dejong, tribune and I ' at Life, tieasurer. Three Phi Alpha Delta members out of a possible four among all law students, argued before the Iowa Supreme Court in May. This professional law fraternity brought in lawyers and faculty members as guest speakers for their monthly meetings. Two iiienibei-s went to Topeka, Kansas, lor the annual traternity district conclave. ( )fHcers were: Richard Witt, justice; Har- old N ' letor, ice justice; Ira Delk, clerk and lames Uritton, treasurer. First Row: J. Smith, R. Tooth- acre, H. Vletor, I. Delk, D. Witt, G. Milani, C. Britton, J. Molloy, J. Blanshan, Second Row: J. Andreasen. G. Knoke, H. Allbee, M. Pat- ramanis. G. Nelson, S. Rosen- feld, J. Honohan, D. Greger- son. Third Row: W, Teter, C. Less, J. Rielly, S. Roseberry, J. Hootman, S. Peck, C. Pesch. J. Shafer. Fourth Row: V. Maulson, M. Marks, R. Fulton, T. Wilkin- son, J. Underhill. C. Lantz, R. Walton, M. Pock. D. Hansen. Fifth Row: P. Ware. R. Runke, H. Hougen, D. Nunn. J. Rob- ertson, J, Randall. A. Rovner, G. Thain. 276 First Row: W. Sueppel, T. Jolas, R. Cohrs. W. Bump, R. Fenton, M. Colton, R. Schecht- man. S. Richards, L. Scalise. Second Row: J. Calhoun, L. Meyer, D. Olmstead, R. Ful- ton, R. Buenneke. J. Burrows, L. Courter, F, Goreham. Third Row: J. Elckelberg, C. Pearson, J. O ' Neill, A. Peter- son. D. Delaney, R. Ru+her, J. Rahhert, M. Neely, G. Nor- man. Fourth Row: R. Harrison, D. Brown, H. Winston, E. DeSIIva, J. O ' Connor, B. Beci , B. Clark. D. Crumley, J. Evans. Fifth Row: T. McKay, D. Doyle, S. Shadle, R. Plock, R. Bateson, R. Lego, M. Mul- roney, D. hiols. Phi Delta Phi Mcmhcrs of Plii Delta Phi, protLsMoiial fratcrnitx tor la ' students, captiii " L l inan honors this year. John Senneff was editor-in-chiet ot the lozva Lazf Revieiv, aided by tour " Phids, " as thev are comnionK called, who were sub- editors. Another Phid, I5ill Bump, was presi- dent of the Iowa Law Students Association. The Phi Delta Phi ' s excelled in intramu- rals, too, taking second place in the profes- sional fraternity football league and first place in the lightweight di ' ision of basketball. riiev also were second place winners m the all-L ' ni ersit ' intramural basketball play-otfs. Phids were noted for their singing during summer school. Their favorite song was E-2, i.e., " I ' m Going to Sit Right Down and Write .M self a Letter. " Besides singing, the had a Homecoming Dance for alumni, a Christ- inas formal and an initiation banquet and ilance. Officers included Jim Milan!, magister; Rex Ruther, historian: Keith Burgett, clerk and Bill Sueppel, exchequer. First Row: M. Wlnlck, J. Creger, R. Linder, A. Van Etten, D. Canady, J. Larson, H. Fllseth, R. Byers, K. Burgett. Second Row: J. Swift. H. Mullinix, W. Napier, N. Baird, R. Baker, D. Cochran, L. Hawe, R. Frantz, B. Pierson, J. Chipokas. Third Row; H. Crosswait, R. Clem, V. DIckman, R. Stolenberg, J. Evans, H. Taylor, J. Bouma, J. Milani, J. Grier. Fourth Row: R. Baskerville. D. Green, C. Hinton, C. Wright, C. Callaway, B. Fischer, J. Keast, J. Frost, A. Carew. Fifth Row: R. Blum, H. Wells D, Knons D, Doan, J. Irwin, J Youna D. Halbach 8 North D, Roberson, ;JU. ' y4J ■ ■;- i» • ' a. ' S?V Left to Right: J Sabbath, F. Nelson, W. LeBuhn, H. Lonqstretfi, L. Hawe, W. Bump, D. Marner, Law Student Council Alpha Phi Omega The main acti ity tOr those on the tfovern- ing body of the Law Student Council was Supreme Court Day, May ' ' . Arguments were presented by the hn stu- dents before the Iowa Supreme Court, fol- lowed by a banquet. (Officers were: Wilbur Bump, president: David Marner, vice-presiilent ; Helen l.ong- streth, secretary and Lore Hawe, treasurer. They prepared a career magazine for pros- pective graduates. They presented programs for the Handicapped Children ' s Hospital. They helped with campus elections and di- rected the Homecoming Parade. Who are they? Why, Alpha Phi Omega, national fraternity for former boy scouts. Richard Young was president; Phil Ander- son, vice-president: Frank Hanson, secretary; and Walter Barbee was treasurer. First Row: D. Miller, W. Paeth, R. Young, W. Bulgren W. Barbee. Second Row: W. Pemble, J. Offenburger, N. Wilson. V. Brescia, W. Lillibridge. 278 First Row: B. Graham, A, Stein, C. Brown. C. Morton, W. Ambrisco. Second Row: L. Wichmann. T. Cook, D. Groneberg, J. Fries, R. Aldrich, T. Havens. Third Row: C. Kent, W. Or- ris, W. Olson, C. Phelps. R Bruinekool, D. Gardner, H Molina. Fourth Row: L. Taylor, D. Pr deaux, P. Casey. C. Schramm D. Hein. O. O ' Connell, R Nickels. Fifth Row: W. Hensch. R. Lu nan. R. Woodley. R. Slacy W. Loebig, J. Leinen, R. Lien Sixth Row: H. Andersen. A Kugel, W. Kloos, C. Soelberg R. Tyson, J. Beard. Delta Sigma Pi Delta Sii;;ina Pi, professional commerce traternit ' , journeyed to Newton twice during the year to tour the Maytag plant. They brought in speakers from the busi- ness world for the monthK ' luncheon meet- ings, and somehow tound time to pass judg- ment on tile " Rose of Delta Sig, " seiuling Katy Kettelson to the national contest. Officers were: Charles Brown, presiilent; Arlo Stein, vice-president: William Ambusco, secretary; Brownlie (iraham, treasurer. Associated Students of Dentistry AH the SL ' I dental clan Is bdund together by an organization calleil the Associated Stu- dents ot Dentistr . Their annual Apollonian I- rolic hekl e -ery spring receives its name from Apcjllo, the patron god o( dentistry. At this dance " Miss Dental Hygiene " was crowned. At graduation time, students with the highest academic standing in the freshman class served as ushers for their ASD elders. Officers incluiled : Samuel Christensen, president: James Johnson, ice-president; and Delbert I ' .lbers, secretar -treasurer. First Row: H. Klontz. J. Ellis, C. Erbe. Second Row: L. Bladon, C. Hemesath. W. McMafion, J. Percival, T. Weldemann. Jcx-o First Row: M. Lenox, R. Ressler. B. Russell, D. Nelson, D. Campbell, J. Lach. Second Row: M. Sheehan, J. Norgaard, J. Hancock, C. ZellnsLy. J. KIser, C. Boerner, R. James, A. Law, K. Fisher. Kappa Epsilon Gamma Alpha Chi ' l) K■ majonnii in |ihaniiac ' may be iew, hut tlicy iln ha c their own pharmacy soroiMtN ' ami. b the a , it ' s niitioiial. Besides hokliiiL; a Coke party for women students in pharmae , the 15 members of the organization ser ' etl at a I Iomecominj tea. In addition, six SL ' I girls attended the n;i- tional con entii)n m Maeiison, Wisconsin. Rhea Ressler was president. Her officers were Barbara I Lissell. ice-presitlent : I onna Nelson, secretary ;ind Dorotlu Campbell, treasurer. Gamma Alpha Ciii, national omen " s ad- vertising fraternity, edited and published the ' eteran ' s Hospital newspaper. They also did the aihertislng for the basketball pro- grams. The GAC ' s ere hostesses, too, hen vari- ous advertising people came to town for Ad- ertising Week. Officers were Pamela Sten- berg, president; I,ois Ann Campbell, vice- presitlent: Ann Dunkerton, secretarv; and L!i :ibeth StroiKJ, treasurer. Left to Right: L. Campbe P. Stenberg, A. Dunkerton. 280 First Row: M. Humphreys. S. Brender, J. Britton, B. Baas, B. Knock. Second Row: L. Fritz, B. Blacl . M. Oclis, E. Ennis. Adviser; S. Benge, B. Junk. Phi Gamma Nu A hcKl trip to Chic;iLi,i) — ami iiKire spccil- ically, tliL- Mcrcliaiulisi. ' Mart ami Harris Trust Company — was a busy weekend for those in Plii Gamma Nu, professional com- merce sororitw The group invited to their meetings speak- ers from the business field and also, being women, ones that talked on good grooming. Officers were: Joy Britton, president: Bar- bara Baas, vice-presitlent; ' irginia Foss, sec- retary; and Susan Brender, treasurer. Occupational Therapy Club 45 students hclonged tn the )eeuj ati()nal Therap Club, which helped to broaden ideas and interest m the held. The ' were concerneil witli the ;uti it in- volving their title and in the reeo er of a disease or injury. Club aeti ities ineluiled a .Ma ban(]iiet and a Christmas ji;irt Inr the aged. Officers were: deorgia Me er, jM-esident : Normandie Walker, ice-presideiit and Nor- ma Lacina, secretary -treasurer. First Row: E. Sato, E. Sytsma. Z. Andersen, G. Meyer, M. Rubottom. J. MacFadyen, A. Doughman. Second Row: M. Hoffer, M. Watkins, P. Hynes. S. Bluedorn, M. Werra, C. Sharar, S. Wyrick, E. DeLoatch, P. Fukumoto. Third Row: N. Lacina, K. Hillyard, D. VanScoy, N. Moulin, L. Toothaker, D. Brazil, M. Morrison, N. Jobe, M. Thompson, L. Patschke. Fourth Row: N. Schneider, R. Zaun, N. Stokes, J. Marlin, J. Couser, M. Drury, N. Walker, N. Norton, J. Sutherland. 4 4 « 1. -gAj ' JfcjT r-, ■■ fcy ' 1 - First Row: N. Davis. D. Roeder, W. McCusker, L. Wiedmeyer, M. Bassman. Second Row: D. Simonson. H. Mines. J. Hols. J. Cundiff. D. Ogren, W, Wing. Alpha Delta Sigma Alpha Kappa Gamma When studL-nts got hack to school in the fall, many found desk hlotters awaitini; them — compliments of Alpha Delta Si ;ma, the publishers. The blotters carried ads solicited bv the members of this national advertising fraternity for men. Don Roeder guided the group through an Old Gold Funci-raising campaign. Bill McCusker was vice-president; Norman Da- vis, secretary and Larry Wiedmeyer was treasurer. Alpha Kappa Gamma, professional dental hvgiene sorority, was busy with everything from bancjuets to style shows. The style show was appropriately a show- ing of uniforms. At their annual activation dinner. Miss Helen Newell of the College of Dentistry was made an honorary Alpha Kappa Gamma. Officers were Joann W alden, president; Dorothy Johnson, vice-president; Karleen Hastings, secretary; and Joanne Larsen, treasurer. First Row: B. Carter. M. Stephens, J. Larsen, J. Wal- den, D. Johnson, N. Haught. Second Row: J. Soodfellow, M. Patterson, K. Hastings, P. Baratta, S. Anderson, K. Dee- gan, M. Daniels. Third Row: A. Koeberle. S. Bader, D. Jeffries, A. Kiger, B. Bilsland, P. Erhardt, N. McCown, Fourth Row: M. Livingston, S. Barton, B. Lawson, K. Bean, A. Cozzens, E. Crawford. 282 First Row: J. Nelson, J. Rit- tenmeyer, N. Kacere, J. Krl- ens, S. Cunningham. Second Row: K. Accola, R. Siepker, K. Whlfmore, M. Hanson, J. Hansen. f - o Student Nurses Organization The c:ip[)in ceremony, memorable to every sophomore nurse, was only one of the many events sponsored by the Student Nurses Organization. The group was kept busy with the fresh- man welcoming party, an open house for freshman nurses, the annual Christmas [lartv and the spring banijuet. Presiding at the monthly meetings wa s Nancy Kacere. Other officers were Sarah Cunningham, vice-president; Ka Accola, sec- retarv; and [an Rittcnmver, treasurer. Phi Epsilon Kappa In Januar ' , a West German gymnastic team was presented to the student body for the first time. This was made possible by Phi Epsilon Kappa, professional traternit for physical eiUication and recreation majors. The fraternity had a loan lurid for tleserv ' - ing members and [Hihlisheil the monthK ' edi- tion of " Physical Education. " Officers were (iary Kurtlelmeier, presi- ilent; (iene ' eit, ice-president ; Ierr ' Nolan. secretar ; ami Dr. Wvndler, treasurer. First Row: F. Sills, L. Harsch, J. Nalan, G. Kurdelmeier, A. Wendler. Second Row: R. Leto, R. Wachter, J. Merriman, F. Harris, J. Spaan, F. Hartman. Third Row: N. Breyfogle, J. Watson, J. Malone, T. Halford, D. Plumer, J. Bremner Fourth Row: D. Chelf, R. Martinez, D. Casady, D. Brown, G. Hansen. First Row: T. Wegman, R. Bump, W. Olson. D. Prideaux, Prof. L. Konopa, Adviser; C. Morton, R. Burns, J. James. Second Row: T. Evers. J. Quigle, C. Lust, R. Lien, P. Casey. R. Woodley, B. Junk, T. Havens. K. Carver. Third Row: W. Lumry, H. Moline, D. Lammert, C. Pierce. W. Warth. M. Dworzak. P. Pettijohn, R. Schultz, R. Atz. Fourth Row: J. Easton, C. Schramm, J. Ridenowr, H. Rothenberg, J. Chambers, R. Lunan. F. Glllaspy, K. Blayney. Student Marketing Club Theta Tau Student Marketing Cluh created and strengthened interest in marketing. Not all members were marketing majors, but most of them happened to be m tlie Col- lege of Commerce. The group took tours through Collins Ra- dio Corporation and the Maytag Company. Marketing experts spoke at tlie meetings which were led by Clark Morton, president: with Tom ' cgman, ice-president ; Jan Hagy, secretary; and Carroll l.ust , treasurer. Using the much-publicized " Sputnik " as its theme, Theta Tau, professional engineering fraternit , captured honorable mention in humor among the Homecoming Boats. Keeping professional interest high, the group assisted with many College of Engi- neering projects. Officers were William McGuire, president; Ron Christensen, ice- president; Peter Peropoulos, secretar ; and Richard ' alt(;n, treasurer. First Row: R. Davis, L. Ing- wersen, R. Walton, R. Chris- tensen, W. Maguire, P. Perop- oulos, W. Busch. G. Drennan. Second Row: T. Andrews, D. Schnnarje, J. Rump. K. McAl- pine, R. Eichner, C. Schmidt, R. Saunders. Third Row: K. Mittelberg, L. htulman, R. Stafford, L. Gas- kill, L. Focht. B. Northup, J. Parks. Fourth Row: H. Shearer, P. hiarmony. R. Maxwell, C. Blunt. 284 Alpha Kappa Psi Alpha Kappa Psi ' s di(.l a little tra clin!i: this vcar. first goino to the Ahutag plant at Newton and then to the Schaefter Pen Coni- pan in 1- ort Mailison. This professional Commerce fraternity also brought in prominent business leaders to speak at their bi-monthly meetings. Each semester thc had a statistics project. The last one concerned a stutly on why com- merce students didn ' t stay in Iowa to work. Alpha Kappa Psi ' s were well ersed in public relations, too. They edited a publica- tion at the close of the school ear which went to many industries and businesses. In it, there was a short article about each Alpha Kappa Psi member. ONE OF 97 CARS gets a wash job. The money making project was handled at the Texaco station. OFFICERS President John I.oomer ' ice-President jack Skyles Secretary John Wilson Treasurer Samuel Carlson First Row: R. Cacciatore, S. Jones. R. Larsen, R. Stoltenberg. R. Bump. J. Skyles, S. Carlson. Second Row: M. Dahlhousen, R. Swezey. P. Netsch. T. Evers. M. Vaughn, J. Singleton, D. Bliss, D. Bartholomew, J. Gustavson. Third Row: K. Kaness, C. Floy, J. Larsen. J. Gibson. P. Pettljohn, A, Hummel, I. Batey, N. Nicholas, G. Lawson, R. Myren. Fourth Row: A. Hughes, K, Williams, D. White, O. Gilbert, D. Frick, R. Welner, J. Alfredson, J. Rid»n " ur, R. Burns. Nuff Said! 286 Religious " Rtlii ioiis dt ' vi ' lup lilt ' r()iiS(iciUi ' . the ulfa aud llir iispini- lioiis of iiujiikiiid. " FOLLOWING his lecture, Rev. Kershaw, a noted authority on jazz, listens to a cool concert by the Jim Wilke Quartet. Religion In Life Week In President Hancher ' s ords, " Religion- in-Life Week has become an increasingly im- portant student activity at SUI. " With this endorsement, the week began with mdnidual student centers, of various churches, planning programs. The week climatically ended with lectures by well-known religious figures such as Rev. A. L. Kersha -, an authority on jazz; Rabbi judah Goldin from Duke University and Rev. Harold C. Ciardiner, literary editor of . m erica. THE KAPPAS show mixed emotions over a speech by Dr. Richard Campbell. Clergymen spoke in all housing units during the weelc. RABBI JUDAH GOLDIN, second from left, one of the principal Religion m Life Week speakers, chats with, from left. Rabbi Ben-Zion Gold, Dr. Robert Michaelson and Father Robert Welch of SUI ' s school of religion. 288 Inter-Religious Council On Floor; J. Benbow. Left to Right: S. Gessert. Prof. R. Michaelsen, M. Shor, M. Evans, Father J. Barry, D. Hartqulst. Gamma Delta Gamma Delta dcriveci its purpose from its name — gamma meaning i .no ledu,e, delta meaning service. This was a church group for Mis- souri Synod Lutherans, although oth- er Lutheran senate members could he- come associate members. Gamma Deltas had Bible discus- sions following their Sundav exening suppers. In April, many went to the Iowa Lutheran Workshop where students Irom Drake, ISTC and ISC A ere also represented. The group went to Purtlue tor a regional retreat. With the Lutheran Student Associ- ation, Gamma Delta planned many social functions such as s(]uai-e dances and Sports Daw Officers Mere: Jim Loos, presi- tlent: Nor in I lossmier, ice-presi- dent; Marilyn (iravert, seeretar ami Brad Boeckner. treasurer. THESE MEMBERS, of Gar- idteii reii-gloui, pamphlefs. 289 Lutheran Student Associatioi A COMBINATION of laughter and seriousness prevails on thesa Lutheran students ' faces. Members of the Lutheran Student Association had a high ideal they Hved by — to apply religious standards and creeds to university life. The group was made up of students with National Lutheran Council affili- ation. There were approximately 15C members. Every Sunday evening, following; dinner, found the students at vespers Thev also held programs, which were sometimes panels or film presentations LSA had fun at two sc]uare dances a talent show and a spring banquet. The Lutheran Student Foundatior of which LSA was a part, also had ar active graduate club which met ever) two weeks. Officers included: Peter Larsen president; June Luett, vice-president Sheryl Petersen, secretary and Orvilli O ' Connell, treasurer. Disciples of Student Fellowship Disciples of Student Fellowship, Inning .?(! acti ' e members, was dedi- cated to furthering Christian faith through experiences in worship, learning, stewardship and social activities. These aims were at least partially realized for students belonging to the First Christian Church hv hold- ing retreats, study clubs and conler- ences. Disciples of Student Fellowship members also held Sunday night din- ner meetings, sometimes inviting in speakers, holding discussions or showing movies. Recreation found its place in the form of picnics, ping pong games and Halloween and Christmas par- ties. Officers included: Edith Sytsma, president; Bill Carpe, ' ice-presi- dent; Rosalyn Cooper, secretary and Gene Stubbs, treasurer. CHURCH GROUPS can be fun too. There ' s nothing like a 290 r ' iBCF VR»A NEWMANITES ENTERTAIN the Duquesne Tamburitzan sonq and dence group after their performance at Macbride. r n r ' y Ci k:j Li FORTY NEWMANITES prepare to descend en mosse upon loyal " Irish " ' fans. ' ■ Newman Club OFFICERS President Rolurt Strawn ' ice-Presi(.leiit Harry Plank Secretary Grace Gernianier Treasurer |ohn Power Newman Club pi ' m itleii reli imis as well as social e ' ents for Catholic stutlents this year. Under the direction of Monseignor J. D. Conwax, a retreat and weekK rel- igious iliseussions proxideil spiritual op- portunities. iVlixers and i ucst speakers lollowed Sunday evening suppers. On the social side, the group entereil a lioat in the 1 loinecoiiiing parade, mi- grated to the Notre Dame football game and heUl a Manli dras part . They also brought the Tamburit ans. Sla ' ic folk singers, to SL ' I for a uni er- sit ' concert. DO THESE WISTFUL OI:vcr T.,; hc-.pinqs at Newman Club dinne ' food? " rray a desire tor second loprehension of dormitory 291 First Row: R. Clarke, N. McCown. B. Bolinq. M. Onden, D. Gardner, C. Ross. Second Row: H. Pray, H. Schneider, M. Christiansen. J. Phillips, J. Rider, E. Sytsma, S. Smith. Third Row: D. Webber, M. Wessel, L. Goode, L. Haussler, R. Collins, N. Roberson, F. Luper. Fourth Row: P. Reuss, J. Jensen, D. House, B. Wilson, P. Johnston, C. Falconer, R. Guldner. Fitth Row: J. Benbow, P. Larsen. W. Carpe, C. Hartquist, D. Ogren. T. DeYarman, G. Gessert. Sixth Row: A. Stewart. B. Jones, D. Mathes, D. Finley. C. Means. H. Jondahl. E. Stubbs. OFFICERS President Nancy McCown ' ice-President Bruce Boling Secretary Marian Ohden Treasurer David Gardner Student Christian Council sou!j,ht to Student Christian Council encouraue unit - anioni!. Protestant reli- gious groups on campus. The Council, made up ot representa- tives from most of the SUI religious organizations, centered its program around four areas — campus activities, the University, social-political worships and evangelism. They sponsored the Unl -ersal Day of Prayer, Christmas ' espers and the Palm Sunday Sunrise Ser -ice. REV. HERB GESSERT. Rees Jones and Jan Rider enjoy a friendly talk. 292 Iowa Christian Fellowship JOHN JANSSON, affairs. Marian Ohde Jack ra Klein and Carl Means discus club liitcr- :ii " sir Chi " istiaii l-cllow- sliip, till ' iKUiDiialU I ' ccognized name (il the Iowa Christian Fel- h) ship, ' as introduciil on Iowa ' s canipiis this lall. I he I ' lirposc of this intcr-ilcnoininational iiroup was to strcnLjthcn the spiritual lilc ol Its members throutih Bihlc stiuh, lellowship aiul pra er. Major projects inchideci forma- tion ol Bilile discussion groups in llie dormitories, weekeml retreats with stiklents Irom other cam- puses ami sponsorship of lielc- i ates to the lntcr- ' arsit Mis- sionar Com ention. Officers includeil Jack Kintncr, president; Daniel Stuftebeam, ice-presitient; Edora Cline, sec- retar anil Sliirle Kintner, treas- urer. Roger Williams Students took an actixe part not onlv in the Roger Williams Fellow- ship hut in the choir and on the F " irst Baptist hoard committees. The fellowship, named after the Baptist pioneer of religious libertv, claimed 45 members. The group was a part of the larger state and national Baptist student mox ' ement. Students ate dinner at the student center on Sunday ex ening, followed by a de otional perioil and a pro- gram. Everything from the food to the program was undertaken h the students themselves. The Fellowship members also sent out deputation teams to participate in church services, speak at young peo- ple ' s rallies and do missionar work. Officers were Dorimla ' ebher, president: Winston Aililis, ice-presi- dent; Sue I)oboz ' , secretarv and Ber- nard Johnson, treasurer. ROGER WILLIAMS ' member s gather for a formal picture before their dinner Sunday nigh ' . 293 SUI ' S no ' n.denominational Danforth Chapel has seen its weddings, religious meetings and programs throughout the years. 294 r Military " War Jioiilil not he i-iilrird upon uiilU i ' vri (H (-nr of piuirr liii liitlt ' d — MrKiM 295 Reserve Officer Training Corps FANT The Reserve Officers Training ' Corps, which got its start in 1861, inclucied two separate de- partments — Army and Air Force. However, SUI ' s military program was unique in that the two departments united for all com- mon functions, such as the mihtary ball and the Governor ' s Day Parade and that a cadet com- mander and staff headed both departments. Every male student, physically ht, was ret]uired to take two years of ROTC, unless the student was a veteran, a transfer with more than t (i ears of college or a non-citizen. After the Hrst two years, students chose wheth- er to apply for advanced ROTC. If they did, they had to pass a review board of officers and cadet officers, and take intelligence and physical tests. Upon graeluation, all were commissioned sec- ond lieutenants m the Reserve. JERRY JENKINSON Cadet Commander of the Corps Cadel Corps Staff Left to Right: Cadet Captain W. Hise, S-3: Cadet Colonel J. Jenklnson, Corps Commander; Cadet Colonel J. Price. Deputy Corps Commander: Cadet Captain B. Kurlhara, Corps Adjutant. Army Reglmenfal Staff Seated: Cadet Colonel J. Calhoun, Regimental Commander. Standing: Cadet J. Milani, Regimental Adjutant: Cadet P. Eells, Regimental S-2; Cadet C. Fretwell. Regimental S-3. Air Force Wing Staff First Row: Cadet Colonel J. Joy, Cadet Colonel R. Anderson, Cadet Major P. Schorr. Second Row: Cadet Malor S. Showers, Cadet Major H. McMahon, Cadet Major T. Irwin, Cadet Major R. Brandenburg. 297 First Row: D. Reams, C. Kelley, J. Walker, T. Vincent, W. Madison, J. Toft, F. White, G. Organ, J. Kaipo. Second Row: M, Davis, R. Bails, J. Griffiths, H. Lamm, D. Andrews, R. McDonald, G. Davis, D. Jackson, G. Burns, R. Bfcndixen. Third Row: C. Gilbert, J, Rodgers, M. Goettsch. W. Addis, T. Hoot. J. Price, L. Shickell, D. Venzke, D. Petersen, R. Maurer. Fourth Row: P. Ware, L Buttjer, R. Kluver, D. Jansen, J. Hurt, G. Smith, D. Kienltz, W. Maurer, Q. Wilkes. J. Miller. Billy Mitchell Squadron The Billy Mitchell Si|u;ulr )n was a hon- orary air force tirill society organi eil to gen- erate leaciership, responsihilit and citizen- ship. From the squadron, the Air Force ROTC selected its honor giiarels, coloi- guards, rifle anil precision drill team. This was an elite catlet group de eloped through de ()tion and hard work. The SUI squadron was a hranch of the National Billy Mitchell S(]uadron — organized as a tribute to First World War hero, General Billy Mitchell. 298 First Row; R. Graef, E. Amelon, J. Hohl, E. Me+sumoto, W. Drdper, P. Swords, V. Hayes. R. Borts, R. Cahalan. Second Row: R. Christophersen, J. Lloyd, R. Krause, D. Kubiceic, D. Hutchins. E. Nagel, M. Kvldera, J. Croy, D. TL Thomson I H ( J I n b o 1 1 . Third Row: W. Klmmell, H. Lane, G. Diddy, P. Sieklocha, J. Brenneman, J. Doyle, G. Crawford. J. Mitvalsky, D. Schmarje. Fourth Row: C. Ellyson. R. Clauson. G. Howes. L. Jensen. J. Bruce, B. Trimble, L. Heldt. D. Ogren, K. Bannister. ' rfS .K- • K Ip P i K a ■ P T| % H D i ■ iJ 9 1 j 1 }w « ' ■•W " - r " 1 Front: R. Bums. First Row: J. Wolford. D. Skillicorn. R. Anderson. D. Harris. C. Fretwell. Second Row: E. Strachan, J. Nicholson. H. Lynn, J. Griffiths. K. Montross. R. Young, M. Fields, R. Smith, Third Row: A. Klbby, V. Walters, W. Ringer. J. Estes. D. Kfflsay, D. Cunningham, C. Dyl eman, G. Rhodes. Fourth Row: R. Sederburg, P. Duggan, M. Hensel, G. Stofer, R. Kolterman, J. Coombs. T. Schnoor, R. Merchant. Pershing Rifles Company B CoDipain B-2 of Pershing I iHcs is the fourth oldest of its kind in the country, datinsi back to its founding in 92 . Pershmi; Rifles nieinhers ohtained aluable military training and leadership experience. Se ' eral times duriiii; the ear, the compan ' was split into scjuads and each squad ran a night compass problem. Each spring, inancuxers were helil and the company ran through simulated combat exer- cises using blank ammunition. Company ' )-2 sponsored a riile team and a " crack " drill team. These units competed m arious drill meets during the ear. The entire company ied in the Regimen- tal Drill Meet against units t rom eight othei ' miilwestern colleges. PERSHING RIFLES arch In re-.iew aj the Governor ' s Day parade. 299 First Row: D. Hayes, D. Baerwald, D. Schmarje. W. Love, t ' . breenberg. L. Gipe. Second Row: P. Reinders, J. Willett, D. Arendts, G. Means, T. Dalton. Air Force Seniors First Row: H. Wells, M. Whitmore, J. Brenholdt, C. Horner. R. Hutchinson. Second Row: J. Weaver, M. Pabst, C. McComas, K. Lemke. 300 Ffrs: Row: J. Calhoun, J. Milani, T. Shaheens. G. Whit.., S. Bathey, J. Macy, S. IJ:.rmcin, W. P.cr. n, R. Runke, R. Wyider, V . Zunkel, D. Moen, T. Havens. Second Row: G. Van Dyke, R. Coppotelll. K. Wollin, G. Robey, R. Stoltenberg. G. Meyer, C. Boehm. A. Chapman. W. Kirtley. T. Hannilton, R. Wolfe, J. Johnson. Third Row: B. Dorfman, W. Hlse, E, Karlenzlg, J. Grandrath, W. Burns, H. Haugen, D. Rochau. J. Bouma, J. Price, D. Whitehead, L. Sprowls. Army Seniors First Row: D. Heineking, D. Dittmer, H. Elder, A. Leff. T. Nugent. J. Steenlioeic, A. Prosser, D. Gifford, T. Epperson, D. Bliss, G. Kurdelmeler. Second Row: R. Burns, D. Carter. C. Van Fossen. P. Eells, T. McGee. J. Wolford, F. Folbrecht, E. Strom, D. Kloewer. R. Gaede. C. FretwelL Third Row: D. Shark. W. Spray, N. Slocum, R. Doane. R. Baach. J. Phlnney, R. Stafford. S. Skaar, A. Stein. J. Fries. 301 Pershing Rifles Regimental Headquarters Seated: G. Robey. Standing: J. Macy, G. Judy. D. Venzke. Pontoniers Pontoniers is a military fraternity open to all male engineering students who are en- rolled in the engineering corps of the ROTC. The group, consisting of a membership of ap- proximately twenty cailets, meets bi-monthly tor drill and mo ' ies of engineering mterest. First Row: J. Phinney, Commander; K. Parle, P. Morgan. R. Stafford, W. Vorhles, R. Martin. Second Row: G. Myers, J. Steenhoek, J. Brookhart, M. Bougdanos, C. Fretwell G. Trainer, A. Prcs e 302 First Row: R. Martin, K. Park, Lt. J. A. Frenler, W. Moss. V. Walters. Second Row: D. Brese. J. Wolford. D. Carter. M. Llnlletter, R. J. Barry. Army Rifle Team Air Force Rifle Team The Arim Rifle Team, with cii ht wins and one loss this season, was orirani .ed not only to train shooters but to instruct the incli id- uals 111 the proper wax to teaeh niarksnian- ship. The 25 men on their 4 teams practiced S hours a week. Many ol the 511 members ol the Air Force Rifle Team became expert rifle men uniler the coaching of I.t. Bernard ' esttall and Sjit. Cliftord Warin. l- ' mphasis was on postal matches this eai- — proxitlini; plent ol e | ' eriente tor the shooters. First Row: R. Roelofs, D. Schmarje, R. Maurer, R. McLane. Second Row: Lt. B. Westfall, G. Vining, P. Reinders, A. Roemlo T. Meents C. Wflrin 303 Distinguished Military Students Left to Right: Colonel Klrkbride (sitting), G. Stoltenberg, D. Whitehead. J. Calhoun, W. Kirtley, R. Wylder, E. Karlenzig, C. VanFossen, J. Bouma, J. Wolford, J. Price, J. Johnson, A. Prosser, R. Burns. First Row: P. Reinders, D. Bradbury. Second Row: J, tterteen. R. Maurer, J. Wolford. Varsity Rifle Team The varsitv liHc team won the National Rifle Association reii,ional match for the first time since 1935, scoring 1396 points out of a possible 1500. The Hawkeye sharpshooters participated in three Big 10 meets. In the match at Wis- consin, thev came out on top, followed closely by Michigan State. The Big 10 shooting rinals, to be held after this writing, will deter- mme the winner. Four of the varsity rifle members ended up among the top 20 shooters in the Big 10 league, making them possible canilidates for the U. S. Olympic team. 304 Governor ' s Day 1957 The C ' oi ' ps was restless, the weather threateninsi, ' anti still (io -ernor 1 lersehel Loveless wasn ' t present. Finally as the tirst drop of rain started to tall, he arri ed. Corps eonimander Kenn IMoen ininietliately started the review, which was hastily exe- cuted because of the inclement weather. ( )ut- standing cadets were presented with inetlals tor achie ' enient. The annual luncheon in hoiKir ot the gov- ernor was held atterwartls in the Union. OUTSTANDING CADETS itce.ve a.vardb MILITARY AND STATE dignitaries and the honorary Cadet Colonel salute as the corps passes in review in the Governor ' s Day parade. 305 Greeks 308 Dormitories 379 Off-Campus 407 iX SUI ' s Ba V c; % WO -Our Residences 1 vv I- " OFFICERS PrcsiLk ' nt .... Sandra Swcngel Vice-president . . . Barbara Russell Secretary Pat Keefer Treasui ' er .... MarlKn Baxter First Row: M. Baxter. S. Swengel. P. Keefer. Second Row: C. Crawford, J. Melchert, J. Frost, N. Chesterman. Third Row: R. Howard, J. Larson, J. TePaske. SORORITY PRESIDENTS take time out for a coffee . . . er . . , ccke break. Panhellenic Council Panhellenic Council, composed ot the president ol each sorority, co-orilinated anil stLiched (ireek and campLis proli- lenis. I he council went on I ' ecord recoin- ineiuling polio shots for each sorority woman. In April, l inhellenic Council, work- ing with IFC, was host to the Big 10 universities for the Interfraternity-Pan- hellenic Regional Conference at SUI. f he Council continued its officer training program and (ireek Week I unctions. Junior Panhellenic Council [uiiior I ' anlK-llcnie CduikiI, composed ol the plctltic class prcsuicnts from the 1.? sororities, helpetl with the campus chest ih " i ' e this eai Besides this major project, the Council held one prooram- meetin.n each month tor all sorority pledges. Prosrrams in- cluded a st le show anil a cancer film. The purpose of the Panhel- lenic meetings and council was to de ' elop a closer relationship among sororities h working to- gether. LOOKS LIKE d style show is In fhe planning. OFFICERS President Program Chairman Becky Carnes Patricia Smith lairman .... Carol I rope PuhlicitN Chairman . . . jo . nn Car er Secretar Jeanne Harper First Row: J. Carver, C. Trope, J. Harper. G. Beckway. Second Row: J. Smith, C. Martin, C. Herr. B. Bowman, N. deLtma. 309 Alpha Chi Omega STRANGE, that she should be so uncooperative about taking a shower. ' ic Sigma Chapter " Help! " waikd tilt Alpha Chi ' s when the Asiatic F " lu monster crept in anil seized the entire Alpha Chi house, plus cook, shortly after the fall semester began. Mrs. Harriet Kords was quickly ori- ented in her new role of housemother and came to the rescue as chief cook and doctor, too. The wild rumor that fellows are al- lo ed to go upstairs in the Alpha Chi Omega house is true — once a year, that is! (_)n Homecoming, dads, brothers, dates ami friends were given a tour of rooms at the chapter house. The Alpha Chi ' s and Delts were all pale as ghosts on October 31st. The reason? Their old-fashioned Halloween Party, complete with fireside spt)oktell- ing. Includeel among these Alpha Chi hostesses were four Highlanders, four Seals, anil an SUT Pageant Board mem- ber. OFFICliRS President Ann Larson Vice-President . . . Evelyn Oldsen Secretary .... Marsha I.andis Treasurer .... Barbara Kscher 310 First Row: S. Atherton, S. Baker, D. Belvel. S. Bensen. B. Bittner. J. Blackstone. M. Buol, J. Cerekwicki, S. Clarkson. Second Row: H. Corsey, C. Dworzack, E. Eldred, V. Elting, B. Escher. M. Fennell, K. Fox. M. Garvey, S. Gastin. Third Row: H. Greenleaf, M. Harrington, C. Heeg, K. Hutch- inson, E. Isaacson, C. Johnson. M. Koester, J. Korando, G. Krejcle. Fourth Row: M. Landis, S. Lanqfitt, A. Larsen, M. Long, G. Lowry, M. Lynch, M. McDonald. E. McKenzie, K. Moore. Fifth Row: E. Oldsen, C. Pfaltzgra . A. Powell. J. Sayre, M. Schinberg, A. Sllletto, C. Smith, J. Smith. Sixth Row: L. Sweet, J. Taylor, S. Thomas. S. Turner. N. Walker, C. Wlckhorst. A. Winn, P. Wolfe. 31 Alpha Delta Pi IT CAME to us from outsr space and then — It left. Alpha Beta Chapter The Alpha Delta Pi ' s were Waterboys, cheerleaders, coaches, spectators and tacklers this year when they beat their hoiiseboys in a rousing football game, 2-0. Besides football, cozies arounti the fire- place, popping corn and singing to the uke ere fa orite pastimes of the ADPi ' s. Ann Fellows was vice-president of YWCA and Mary Littig was chairman of Varsity Varieties anci a member of Old Gold Days Board. Marge Wagner was president of the Home Economics Club. Jean Rickllesberger was a Dolphin and an IFPC attendant, and Ardie Amdahl was Hillcrest queen. The ADPi ' s teamed up with SAE, and enteretl a melodrama skit in the ' arsity ' arieties contest. And alas, the judges must ha e liked it, for they were one of h e housing unit finalists tor the Old Gold Da s event. OFFICERS President Patricia Keefer Vice-President Adelle Davis Secretary Maria Christensen Treasurer Sarah Snell 312 w First Row: M. Alexander, A. Andahl. J. Ankersfjerne, C, Barker. S. Bartlett, L. Biskup, B. Brown, K. Ctiristensen, M. Christensen. Second Row: G. Cleaver. R. Collins, D. Crawley, L. Craw- ey, A. Davis. K. Elingson. A. Fellows, C. Foote, K. Fowler. Third Row: B. Freed, B. Gates, K. Godwin. S. Graeber. L. Halgren, M. Hanson, K. Harris, N. Henderson, C. Hick. Fourth Row: C. Himrod. P. Hobbs, B. Hopkins, J. Johnson, P. Keefer. M. Krieger, K. Lee. M. Litfig. M. Mauer. Fifth Row: J. Maywald. L. McCormac, B. McDonald, T. Mil- ler. J. Miller. K. Murphy, N. Nelson. P. Newall. L. Pfab. Sixth Row: J. Phaelen. D. Phillips. T. Popelka, R. Price. J. Ragner. J. Riddlesburger, C. Robsin, S. Snell, S. L. Snell. Seventh Row: N. Stokes. H. Syoke. S. Van Oosterhout. M. Wagner. J. Weober. C. Winter. M. Wright. S. Wyatt. 313 Alpha Xi Delta POTENT PUNCH (?) coduced s-:;:es at the A ' oha X: formal. Sigma Chapter Alpha Xi Deltas knitting directions; Use one house of 42 fun-Io ing actives. Cast on 20 peppy pledges and one fabu- lous new housemother. Mrs. Kehni. Knit together with parties, cozies, ex- changes, dinners and x siatic Flu. Add " five minutes of posture, " broiled steads, soaring grade points, etc. Purl back for the passing of tive pounds of candy and roses from the ATOs for the Herky float. Knit three cheers for the queens, mor- tar boarders, and badge sellers. Slip back to Homecoming, open houses, gav alumni. Dad ' s Day, and Pop ' s Alpha Xi pajamas. Work in a pattern for the busv bees in AWS. WRA. YWCA and chorus. Add four Highlanders, four Seals, the student council secretary and Jane Web- ster ' s SUI Dad of the Year. Purl on nine great months of 1957- 5 8. End with 62 stitches of hopes to- ward future years with more Alpha Xi varns aheaci. OFFICERS President .... Roberta Howanl Vice-President .... Nina Xeel Secretary .... Barbara Olson Treasurer .... Phvllis Hodge 314 First Row: R. Alcorn, J. Allbee, V. Aim. C. Arterburn, M. Baiter, C. Bailey, S. Barter, D. Bartlow, G. Bectway. Second Row: M. Bohlken, S. Bowers. B. Clark. J. Clark. D. Cherry. J. Davidson. W. Dedert, L Eke, N. Rynn. Third Row: J. S " ' me ' , D. Gullickson. J. Haggar. R. Halasey, 3- Ha J. Hammer, D. Herrmann. P. Hodge. T. Hoffman. Four+h Row: A. Hogan. S. Horak, R. Howard. J. Howe, J. Ho e ' ' . C. Hugres. J. Jones. B. JoHnson. N. Jonnsfor. Fifth Row: C. Keller. P. Kingma. K. Larson. M. Le ' -o J. McDo-3 d, S. Moffltf, N. Neel. B. Olson, M. Olson. Sixth Row: S. Patterson, S. Petrus, B. Power. M. Robinso " D. Rowlands M. Seabury, N. Schneider, K. Schroeder. Seventh Row: J. Shaffer. C. Starrett. M. Teegarden, S. THur. vsa-ae- C. Waoner. J. Webs+er. B. Whiteside. J. Wiemke-. 315 Chi Omega GOOD GRIEF but It takes a lot o preparation to get ready " for some parties. OFFICERS President Samlra SwcngL-l Vice-President Mary Wootlnian Secretary Kay Stientjes Treasurer Judv Smith Psi Beta Chapter Chi Omega acti es were forced to ad- mit their pledges were capable of caus- ing confusion. On one of their skips, the pledges took the buzzer board with them and dismissed the houseboys. But Chi O ' s didn ' t fool around as far as activities and honors were concerned. Barb Boehmler was attendant to Quad and Mecca queens, and Sandy Swengel was an Honorary Cadet Colonel atten- dant. Sandy, a Mortar Board member, was also president of the senior class, Pan- hellenic, and received the Outstanding Greek Woman award. Another Sandy, Bierbaum bv name, was a member of Old Gold Days Board antl L ' nion Board. Jutly Smith was chair- man of the YWCA ' s Major in Marriage lectures, and Colleen Singley was on CPC. The Chi O ' s encouraged science by awarding a $25 prize to the outstanding woman in one of the social sciences. (Pledges better carry on Chi O ' s good work!) 316 •» 9h-Ji - ' h €t §■ t; f% First Row: Mrs. Waterman, K. Accola, M. Adams, L. An- dreen, K. Armstrong, N. Baker, S. Bergquist, M. Bernauer, S. Bierbaum. Second Row: B. Boehmler, B. Boeke, B. Broholm, J. Brown, J. Carver, M. Carver, N. Dodge, D. Eggleston, M. Enabnit. Third Row: R. Fightmaster. J. Gloppen. M. Gobble, B. Graef, F. Hanna. J. Hendricltson, M. Hill. J. Johnson. D. Kaplan. Fourth Row: S. Killey. D. Kohlhase, D. Kroenlnq, N. Lantau. K. Laumbach, S. Long. A. Lund. P. Mayer, D Mueller. Fifth Row: M. Morrison. F. Nelson, J. K- K. Oldham, C. Parker, M. Richard, E. .•vw.,,,c .c... Schauland. V. Sixth Row: M. Sentman. C. Singley. J. Smith, M. Smith, S. Sorrells, M. Stamler. S. Stegen, M. Stephens. B. Stientjes. Seventh Row: C. Stientjes. S. Swengel, P. Tea, C. Turner, J. Urquhart, C. Walker, L. Wilkins, M. Woodman. 317 Delta Delta Delta TO THEE we sing, dear old TrI-M Del-t-a. Phi Chapter Delta Delta Delta pledges hustled around last November, compiling tidbits of information about Tri-Delt members for their secret project, a newspaper called " Delta Data. " It was so well recei ed by the actix es that the newspaper has found a perma- nent place in the Tri-Delt house. Another innovation came in the form of bricks and plaster. An addition was built on the south side of the house. The new wing includeci a dining room, kitchen, seven upstairs rooms and a dormitory for ten girls. This year Sybil Norton was elected Y XA Finance Chairman and Marcia Mvers x ' as an attendant to Miss SUI. When Christmas season came, the Tri- Delts helds a party, " Mistletoe Mis- chief. " Dates were presented with in- triiiuinsi tovs. OFF I CI ' .RS President Carol Crawford Vice-President .... Sharon Oxerholser Secretary Paula Schubert Treasurer ' irginia Bock 318 First Row: S. Aleby, B. Allen. S. Allen, C. Andrew, B. Bagby, K. Barsitey, B, Bauer, E. Blume, B. Bock. Second Row: L. Brown, S. Campbell, C. Crawford. S. Cun- ningham, M. Doden, S. Erens, E. Field, J, Fischer, J. Fulton. Third Row: K. Getz, G. Giegold, M. Gregg, J. Hagy, P. Hamor. G. Hanson, L. hianson, J. hHesse, K. Higglns. Fourth Row: K. hHIIIyard, P. hHortman. J. Jones, J. Kupfer, J. Kuyper. G. Madison, M. Marsau, M. Meyers. A. Miller Fifth Row: S. Mlltner. C. Nei S. Norton. S. A. Norton, D. Pelet -man. E, Northey, Sixth Row: R. Porter. K. Reedquist. P. Rhode. R. Schatz, P. Schubert. L. Shadle J. Shupe, N. Simmons, Seventh Row: M. SItz. J. Story. D. Strock. S. Vander Veer; D. Van Scoy, M. Thompson. S. Thornberry. M. Wlctard. 319 Delta Gamma THUMBS DOWN on the Kappas as the DG ' s go Into a huddle befsre finally whipping them 31-0 in the SAE-sponsored Big Bowl ganne. Tau Chapter " Well, well, well, Hannah! My Delta Gamma ! She ' s got a figure like a . . . ' " and so go the words ot the tra- ditional Delta Gamma song that is mii- sicallv . . . and sometimes not so mu- sically repeated . . . within the DG house, at exchanges, impromptu sere- nades and parties. The DG ' s became amateur sleuths last fall. First, the door lights disap- peared, then the Delta Gamma plaque above the door — some members were requesting extra bolts in the door itself tor permanency ' s sake. But sleuthing didn ' t preoccupy the DG ' s for long. In November, they grit- ted their teeth and beat the Kappa ' s in the SAE-sponsored Big Bowl football game. The DG ' s had two gals on CPC, two iin L ' nion Board, two Il.WVKEYE staff- ers, nine Highlanders, three Seals, the YWCA president antl an Old Gold Days Board member. E ' en Miss SUI li ed here . . . Well. well, well, Hannahs! OFFICERS President .... Sandra Shelton Vice-President . . . Ann Dunkerton Secretary .... Mary Lee Lyle Treasurer . . . Sherry Lindquist 320 First Row: M. Asher, B. Bjornstad, D. Blauluss, B. Boehner. S. Brady, M. BuHey. L. Campbell, B. Carness, C. Casey, K. Chaffee. Second Row: B. Clark, M. Clark, J. Cochran, R. Crawford, S. Deskrn, A. Dunkerfon, S. Dunkerton, M. Edmund, T, FInly, J. Gardner. Third Row: S. J. Hahn, S. Hahn, J. Hamilton, J. Marker, J. Harmen, B. Hartong, J. Horner, C. Jepson, N. Jepson. Fourth Row: D. Larson, G. Lelnbach, A. Leo, S. Lindquist, M. Lyie, J. Mast, A. McCabe, B. McElyea, K. McLarnan. Fifth Row: F. McMaines, H. Medakovich, S. Miller, J. Noe, N. Norton, F. O ' Hara, P. Orr, P. Parker, J. Putney. Sixth Row: S. Rietveid, N. Roberson J. Roberts, N. Roberts, M. Sackett, S. Shelton, B. Slemr- " mith, N. Smith. Seventh Row: G. Stahlman, B. S: . : , :. ' ,. Stoy, M. Thiele. J. Van Camp, V. Van Orsdel A. Walbridge, K. V ' hitaker, R. Wiegert. 321 Delta Zeta A BOY In one hand and a watermelon In the other, what more could one desire? Iota Chapter ProiRll the girls of Delta Zcta oticr their identifying welcome to ne« ' stu- dents b ' sinsring, " I ' d rather be a DZ girl. " And proud they ean iu for the Delta Zeta Woman of 1957 emerged Irom their midst. Dr. Helen Johnston, a member of the medical faculty, was guest of honor at a December tea given by the DZ ' s. Dr. Johnston is titled in another way also, for she was named Woman Doctor of 1956, and represented Delta Zeta on the National Board of Defense. Locally, Delta Zeta claimed four 1 lighlamlers, two Seals, ari()us organi- zational sub-eommittee workers and a Quatlranglc (Jueen Attendant. One of the big DZ i unctions, fast be- coming a tradition, as the Melon Mess. 250 ororitx and li ' aternits ' mem- bers came to dance, and to bury their noses in all the watermelon the ' could eat. . nd, a new game dex ' clopetl at tiiis ear ' s Melon Mess — a water-melon juice chug-a-lug. OFllCliKS President Joan 1- rost Vice-PresKJent . |ac(|uehne Norgaard Secretary . . ... Ann Risk Treasurer iriJinia l-oss 322 First Row: M. Ales. J. Andrews. J. Asher. B. Baker. M. Birlc- beclc. C. Carstensen, S. Chandler, S- Chase. Second Row: N. Collins, J. Conklin, P. Dvorak, K. Erwin, C. Fash, E. Forbes, G. Foss, J. Frost. Third Row: B. Grab. S.Hill, J. Jenkins. R. . ' ' Kain, K. Kellam. J, Klingberg, J. Leonard. Fourth Row: D. L " ' e. K. Manly. C. Martin. . Martin, B. Mclntire. J. McNeil. D. Meek. L. Miller. Fifth Row: D. Mortenson, G. Neibergall. P. Nelson. J. Nor- gaard. M. Ofson. M. Osborn. A. Papadakes. S. Reinhart. Sixth Row: N. Rhodes. S. Rhodes. A. Risk. S. Sa«dy, S. Schindler. M. Shaughnessy. M. Simms, S. Spraque. Seventh Row: M. Steinman, D. Tayler, J. Vander Naald, J. Vogt, M. Weld. J. Whitmer, R. Winter, N. Zearing. 323 Gamma Phi Beta " AND THE TWENTIES roared— chaaaa--chaa3a! " Rho Chapter There ' s an old sonu, that savs " Gamma Phi girls, (]uit your huzzin ' around. " Granted that (jamma Phi ' s can be seen in many academic and non-academic activi- ties. Contrary to the sony, there are no signs that anyone -ould want them to (.iiscontinue their buzzin ' . The houseboys wouldn ' t — e en after the grueling snow ball right with the Gamma Phi ' s. The campus acti it ' supporters would- n ' t either — not ith Marsha Brubaker as president of Mortar Board and Ann Berner as II.AWKEVE editor and member of Mortar Board. Connie Halbach was on the Old Gold Days Board, as well as tile JVIiss SUI Pageant Committee. And then there were those on Union Boarcl, CPC. and AWS. Karlene Moore was a rinalist for Dol- phin Queen, as was Carol Valy for Miss Dental Hygiene. Ann Berner as chosen attendant for Honorary Cadet Colonel, jutK Braxeniler was the Delta Tau Delta Oueen am! Alice Fickel was an attendant. OFFICKRS President Jonette . lelciiert Vice-President Sandra Lohner Secretary Jean Williams Treasurer Constance Halbach 324 iilA.iiilMiAiivfc First Row: D. Artus, f. Bailey. E. Berger, A. Berner, S. Berry, S. Born. M. Bowne, J. Bravender, M. Brubaker, K. Buren. Second Row: K. Burns. J. Carstensen. M. Christensen. N. Corson. B. Cotfinghanr). L. Craft. M. Craft. D. Davis. N. DeSart. M. Dlckerson. Third Row: M. Distlehorst. A. Ehlers, N. Ertclcson, C. Farch- man, A. FIclcel. J. Frush, C. Garland. D. Gavin. A. Hagans. C. Halbach. Fourth Row: C. Herr. R. Jensen, J. Johnson, M. Johnson. G. Kllnger, L. Knox. B. Lane, S. Lange. S. Larsen, M. Larson. Fifth Row: R. Leyes. C. Linman, S. Lohner, M. Long. N. Luthans, J. MacFadyen, D. Merrill. Sixth Row: K. M " " re M. M. McCall. G. Meier, J. Melchert, Mccre J. Ne. ' .cnmer, S. Page. B. S. Schaeffer, Seventh Row: K. Stepaneic. J. Turner, P. Tuttle. C. Valy. C. Walch. E. Wessal, M. Willard. J. Williams. G. Wills. 325 Kappa Alpha Theta THE SWEETEST GUY in the world at a Christmas party— Santa Clau5. Beta Omicron Chapter The Theta kite flew high this year. The chapter won the Panhellenic Scholar- ship cup. I.i Skuster was cro ■t eci Quad- rangle Queen and also held the title of Mecca Queen. Sandv ' hannel as among tlie Westiawn Queen finalists. In the IFC Queen ' s Court were iVIar |o Feltes and Bette Bates. On campus, Thetas helil the positions of Spinsters ' Spree Chairman — Nancy Nelson; IFC-Paiiliell Con ention Chair- man — Sue I ' ischrupp; Seals president anil Union Board member — Corle ' Hamill; Panhellenic Handbook Editor — Iz y Myers and Cential judiciary Chairman — Margi Michael. Kay Bootjer was a member of .Mortar Boan.1. ( )f course thei-e were [nirties and co .ies; food and songs; letters from Theta ' s foster child, Oli Soon Ja; pinnings and blind dates and the ne ' er-ending cr - ol " Fourth for lirniue. " OFFICERS President MariKnii Baxter ' ice-President .... MaryAnn Seberg Secretary Carole Alexander Treasurer Corlev Hamill 326 First Row; C. Alexander, J. Atcheson. J. Bailey, B. Bates. M. Baxter, J. Bender, S. Brown. B. Burhans. A. Burrington. Second Row: G. Caldwell, D. Canby, K. Camp, J. Chap- man, J. Cole. N. deLlma, D. Dodds. C. Dorner. M. Felts. Third Row: J. Fenton, S. Fischrupp, A. Fuller. A. Gandolfo. B. Getz, C. Hamlll, H. Hlbbs, M. HoK. M. Hoffer. Fourth Row: J. James. J. Jensen, M. Johnson, K. Jonson, M. Koch, S. Lilly. K. Massier. M. Mee, I. Meyers. Fifth Row: M. Michaels. P. Miller. R. Miller, N. Nelson, M. Parker. S. Parlchurst. J. Rascher. J. Rayburn. Sixth Row: P. Ream, M. Seberg, L. Skuster. D. Stout, N. Tolford, D. Toth. S. Trumm. J. Walters. Seventh Row: K. Warness. M, Wallclns. S. Whannal. K. Whitmore. J. WIssel, S. WIssler, S. Youngberg, S. Zoeclcler. 327 Kappa Kappa Gamma 1 jQ ' iiQ aaiiitm 5S PEP WE ' VE GOT; raccoon skin coats we ' ve got. Why didn ' t we bedt the DG ' s playing ■football ? Beta Zeta Chapter Smoke that L ' igarette — or at least col- lect the empty boxes — was the code of Kappas last fall during the Marlboro contest. The all-out effort paid off how- e er ith a Hi-Pi set. But Kappa Kappa (janima did more than win a Hi-Fi set. Margie Ladd ser ed as Highlander drum majorette and editor of the 195 8 Code for Coeds. Sali Hahn was co-chairman ot Cireek Week and senior class treasurer. Four Kappas served on the AWS Cjeneral Council. Scholarship came first. Pali semester found the group on top with a 2.S. Nanc ' Chesterman and Julie Poster were .Mortui- Hoard officers. Midge Mixson was an Alpha Lambda Delta. Ser ' ing as presidents of honoraries were Pam Sten- berg, Gamma Alpha Chi; and Julie Pos- ter, Theta Sigma Phi. Beautywise, (iretchen Green was IFC (Jueen and Katy Ketelson was Delta Sig- ma Pi (Jueen. (Jueen Attendants were Mar Malloy, Nanc Chesterman, Sha- ron . K ' lntosh, Kat Ketelson and Su- zanne Raymond. (JFFICFRS President anc ' Chesterman N ' ice-President I5ett Tucker Secretary Finda Hill Freasurer . Firion Stephenson 328 Firsv Row: B. BelsdI. J. Bright. C. Britton, M. Brltton. S. Brocett, S. Broolcman. S. Chesterman. C. Donnally. P. Durr. Second Row: S. Eaton. M. Flynn. J. Foster, S. Foster. S. Gibson. B. Gill. M. Graham, S. Graham, G. G ' een. Third Row: S. Hacker, S. hiahn, J. hHarper, M. Harper. A. HeberNng, C. Herman. L. Hill. B. Holmes, A. Hunt. Fourth Row: S. Johnson, L Jones. K. Kettleson, D. Kem- penaar, L. Kenworthy. N. Kettleson, M Ladd. M. Malloy. J. McCracken, Fifth Row: S. Mcintosh. M. Mixson, C. Moen, J. Pearson. H. Pecic, S. Penny, M. Pillars, B. Radcllff. S. Raymond. Sixth Row: J. Repass. C. Roehm. M. Scfi-ceder, J. Scott, S. Scott, S. Slaymaker, P. Stenberg, S. " " M. Steven- son. Seventh Row: W, Strlef. M. Suhr, J, Summerville. S. Swaney, M. Tangey. B. Tucker. C. Tucker. K. Werner. K. Yeisfy. Pi Beta Phi AND WHAT do YOU want for Christmas — a cashmere, a sports car or a fraternity pin? Iota Zeta Chapter Besides runninij to classes and meetings or congratLilatini a sister crowned queen, the Pi Phis also ran into each other get- ting away from a mallard duck, a squir- rel, and " pantie " raiders who entered their house illegalK ' this vear. Highlanders claimed 16 Pi Phis and eight were Seals. Joan TePaske was on Union Board, Student Council and secre- tary of A ' S. Two girls were on Mortar Board, two on Ci ' C dwd [can I lanscn led cheers. M rna i eynolds was Dolphin Queen, Pat Pollock was llonorai-y Cadet Colo- nel and Ann Milligan was IF PC Queen. Pi Phis also had finalists for Miss SLT, IFPC, IFC and Miss Perfect ProHle. Parties included a huffet dinner, a li -e- K dance and the Spi " ing formal. Incidentally, the Pi Phis are still chas- ing whoe er stole the ari ' ow tliat was aho e then " ti ont dooi " . . . . OFFICERS President Jean Barrett ' ice-President .... I ' di abeth Moore Secretary Jean Bullock Treasurer Nancy Dunlop M 1 Ih ■pd ifimrf pL ||H H p HUBH|B|ji i H B Idfiiii pik 330 First Row: J. Anama, J, Anderson. D. Arntol. J. Baldwin. J. Barrett, B. Bateson, M. Bergstrom, J. Bullock, C. Burgess, B. Bywater. Second Row: C. Carlton. N. Ciarlt. K. Clause, A. Cooper, J. Cotton, C. Dehann. D. Doerr, N. Dunlop, W. Files, D. Foster. Third Row: J. Gabe. J. Gitchell, J. Griffel, L. Guild, J. Hansen, G. Hass, C. Henderson. A. Hicicerson, M. Hicker- son J. Hubly. Fourth Row: C. Irish, M. Janss, S. Jones, M. Kennedy, E. Kollfpr, M. Kolker. J. Larson, L. Lear. J. Lehnnan. Fifth Row: K. McCormick. M. McGovern, A. Miliigan. M. Miner. B. Moore. M. Moravec. J. Niemeier, J. O ' Donnell, P. Parsons. Sixth Row: L M. Rate. M. Showers. A. Peterson. C. Pillmore. P. Pollock, . S. Schilleter. S. Schneider, M. Seventh Row: P. Smith, M. Spies. S. Stevens. S. Stewart. K. Swenson, J. TePaske. J. Webber. S. Wlllits, M. Yount. 331 Sigma Delta Tau GUESTS make a pleasant break In our pattern of study. The oc- casion is the SDT open house to jhow off their newly decorated interior. Pi Chapter How would you like to be spoiled by 43 Sigma Delta Tan ' s? Kelly, the screen pai-akeet, was in preciseh ' that situation; and iudt) ' ing from his chatter, he lo ' ed it. But at times, Kelly was all alone be- cause the Sig Delts were ery busy girls. Shelley Cohn and Shelley Greenberg were managing editors of the Hawkeve and Harriet Kunik was ice-president of the Women ' s Recreation Association and chairman of the Iowa Associatetl )m- en ' s Students. Sue Thalberg was vice-president of 1 lillcl and Sue dordon anti M ndell Fer- stenfeld were selected for Alpha Lambila Delta. Sue Aas also art editor ot the ' omen " s Panhellenic rush booklet ami Rosalie Samburg and Harriet Kunik -were tappetl tor .VIortar Board. There were Union l)oard sub-committee members, too. Poor Kelly, he ' ll just have to join an acti ity to occup ' his spare moments! OFFICF.RS I ' resiilent Fayna Man itz Nice-President Harriet Kunik Secretary Shellex Cohn Treasurer Edith Ro ner 332 Firsf Row: M. Abrams, G. Asa re h, F. Bezman, S. Bobroff, S. Bookin, E. Braverman, M, Braverman, J. Canar, C. Capian. Second Row: E. Cohen. R. Cohen, R. Cohn, J. Ferdinand, M. Fersfenfeld. S. Fradln, S. Goldberg, P. Goldsfein, S. Gordon. Third Row: R. Greenberg. R. hHall. J. Holland. M. Katie- man, B. Kozlen, R. Kozlen, H. Kunllt, V. Lasensky. Fourth Row: F. Manvltz. J. Mishlove, B. Persellin, L. Posner, B. Redman, B. Rosenberg, R. Rotman. E. Rovner. Fifth Row: R. Samberg, M. Shor. F. Sokolof, S. Thalberg. C. Trope. G. Waldinger, N. Worton. 5. Yaznian. THE ACTIVES tries to leave on i l-o .; + ij t;on all tied up as a oledge tip. 333 Zeta Tau Alpha PRESENTING — the whitest Icneesoclcs on campus and the peppiest c h e e r [ n iD line. Alpha Omicron Chapter On a wiinii spi ' iiiLi nit lit wltli the Zcta Tan house windows open, chances were the strains oi combo music could be heard throughout the neighborhood. There was Trudy Cooper on the ma- rimba, Rosalie I lartwig playing the or- gan and other Zeta Tau Alpha ' s pitching in with clarinets, accordions, iolins, trombones am.] lirums. Zeta Tau Alpha talents were used in other ways also — Bettv Junk, chairman of AWS Foreign Student committee; Cher i Jennisch, publicit chairman of Prorile Pre iews and Dorotln 1 louse, ' ice-president of P ' orensics. . . . in addition, Zeta ' s won the participa- tion trophy in last year ' s Cireek Week. Anil in the ! lomecoming parade, the Zeta ' s aiul Aid ' s -won honorable men- tion 111 tlie beaut tin isioii lor their floats — a big champagne glass on w heels. OFFICERS President Sonja Swanson Vice-President Cheryl Jennisch Secretary Patricia Scherrer Treasurer Pauline Crone 334 First Row: K. Bowlus, B. Bowman. N. Bowman. B. Bruesch. L. Budgeford. T. Cooper, M. Crane. P. Crone. Second Row: N. Dyson. J. Ellenberger, A. Erdmann. K. Fisher, A. Fi+ch, J. Foggy. D. Garrett, D. Goodwin. Third Row: G. Graham. R. Hartwig. G. Hemenway, P. Holm, D. House. J. Hunter. J. Jacobsen, C. Jacobi. Fourth Row: C. Jennlsch, B. Junk. J. Kasnar. J. Kessler, J. Klemesrud, B. Knoch, J. Light. N. Mueller. Fifth Row: D. Neff. M. Nuckols. V. Olsen, D. Ostrauder, M. Rubottom. B. Russell, P. Scherrer, P. J. Scherrer. Sixth Row: S. Schmidt. L. Shaefer, M. Soderberg, S. Swan- son. P. Tiarks. C. Weburg. D. Wolfe. C. Zehnski. 335 SORORITY EXCHANGES present quite a problem when It comes to deciding whose song will be sung next. WE MAY NOT BE intramural champs, but we are persistent. Sorority Activities 336 Fraternities " ; iiol tlir pliirr llnil ( rarr mm, hiil writ lite places. " — ACESIIAVS 337 OFFICERS President . . . Da id Dutton Vice-President Mai- in Berenstein Secretary-Treasurer A " llliani KirtlcN ' First Row: F. Burns, N. Rider, D. Dutton, M. Berenstein. W. Kirtley, J. Hagai,. Second Row: J. Gebhardt, T. Fangman, R. Benz, R. Schlotterback, N. Slocum. E. Strom. Third Row: L. Bigallc. G. Kroloff. E. Peterson, W. Love. G. Thonnpson. Fourth Row: T. Parker, L. Kellar, P. Bartlett, D. Jordan. " WELL NOW, I think, " Skip Burns seenns to be saying at the senni-monthly I FC meeting. These sessions are rotated between the fraternities. Interfratemity Council The Interfraternitv Council is an organiza- tion comprised ot representatives from each of SLM ' s 19 social fraternities. Its primary pur- pose IS the promotion of cooperation between fraternities ami the betterment ot the s tsem as a whole. At the beginning of the year, IPC held a leadership retreat for presiilents and pledge trainers. In addition to assisting se " eral com- munit projects. IFC also sponsored and helped pa the expenses ol a foreign student. 338 Interfratemity Pledge Council The Intcr-I ' i-atirnltN ' Plcd i. ' Council, which is composcil ol plccli c chiss pi ' csulcnts, has as its purpose the promotion ol uiuler- staiuhnu ol Iraternits lile, its rights and re- sponsihihties. The trailitional yiiai-diiiL; ol the lloats h ' pletiges during I loinecoiinnn w eekeiul was tlie lirst dLit of the II ' TC. The council ac- cepted the i " esponsihilit ol this lii st service project with an enthusiasm that carried o er to all ol the projects undertaken lor the re- mainder ol the ear. ANN MILLISAN was a picture of wide-eyed wonderment as Jinn Rider crowned her IFPC Queen. ()Fmci:rs Presitlent James Rider Mce-Prcsident Stanle darlin Secretar Rohert Collins 1 reasurer Da id ' ) ' |)rien First Row: R. Vaessen, D. O ' Brien. J. Rider. S. Garfin, W. Edsall. R. Collins Second Row: T. Logan. J. Hass, C. Mercer, R. Maxon, G. Lettow. Third Row; J. Price, G. Wilson. T. Hurst, R. Rose, P. Bartlett, Adviser. Fourth Row: F. Glassman. C. McManigal, J. Hild. R. Eichner. Acacia " LINE FORMS +o the left, " at the Acacia tea. In celebration of their new chapter house. Iowa Chapter Some say it «as as early as the Dark Ages that Acacia first started showing rushees plans for a im: v chapter house. Other sources claim the architect passed away long before the turn of the cen- tury. At any rate the long sought goal was hnally realized wlien the men of Acacia mo -ed into their new home in fraternit ' circle. Bright reel brick, and tall grace tul columns ... it couldn ' t be ainthmg but a fraternity house and certainly among the more handsome of the dreek domiciles. The house was the scene of many social gatherings including the Christ- mas pai-ty antl the winter and spring forma Is. The halls of Acacia must ha T rung ith music this year. Don and Dale Lewis sang in the Universit ' Chorus, while Ciary Lettow ami Bruce ' ilson contributed their talents to SLT ' s march- ing band. Sorority serenades rounded out the musical aspects of this new group in the circle. OFFICI-RS President . . . . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Lester Bigalk Dean Knight Richard Boss 340 iFr Wro ' , ' j -f- 4 ' l■ U--T T O- O O If , I.:) First Row: Mrs. Hamilton, L. Bigalk, J. Bittle, E. Bleakly, L. Boeke, R. Boss, R. Broer, A. Flickinger, T. Helgeson, R. Johnson. Second Row: D. Knight, G. Lettow, D. E. Lewis, D. K. Lewis, S. Norman, R. Rasmuson, R. Rubottom, A. Skelley, B. Wilson. MISTLETOE and mood mu. ic, v.hat else could one ask for at a winter formal? COUPLES CONGREGATE — Smiles flourish. The party has started. 341 Alpha Epsilon Pi PUSH PULL, cliclc click, remove actives ' heads that quick, at the AEPi ' s pledge party. Iota Upsilon Chapter In the Alpha Epsilon Pi house, many are aspirants in the mystical Held of comniunications. Pictorial journalists of the future include Boris Yaro and Jerry Goldstein, now doing duty on the Daily lozvan and Hawkeye photo staffs re- specti ' el ' . The men Mith " tomorrow morning ' s heatllines tonight " might well include ' SLT staff members Barry Cronin anil George Kroloff. George also " ghosted " the column of n famous Sl I personality that appeared 111 the I). . Campus-dog Elmer hael main shi ' ewd canine obserx ' ations that (ieorge con -e ' ed on paper. A ' Fention of other AEPi deeds must incluile the annual Fish Bowl game be- tween the Phi Kappas and themselves, won this year by the former. Latest in their series of " Meanwhile " parties ' as a Meanwhile I " rustrateti part held at tile chapter house. Scholarship? High as alwa s: currentK, thiril. OFFICERS President .... George Kroloft Vice-President . . Jerome Goldstein Secretary James Cohen Treasurer ... I loward Abrahams 342 i_ O, A f! . fll» Ci O f . o n, c . O. ' o o r .- ii il d, ti rs f% ci p ,„ First Row: Mrs. Deutsch, H. Abrahams, M. Bassman, J. Beitscher, J. Cohen, B. Cronin, D. Davis, J. Diamond. Second Row: A. Farber, S. Garfin, S. Goldberg, J. Gold- stein, M. Gonslcy, T. Hurwitz, N. Idleberg, W. Keller. Third Row: J. Koufer, G. Kroloff, P. Landweber, R. Liv- Ingsfon, J. Nabedricic, M. Newton, B. Oberstein. Fourth Row: R. Orlowsly, S. Rich, L. Schweiloch, E. Seiden- feid, L. Singer, P. Vinar, B. Yaro. AFTER A 5-HOUR :-out. triumphant AEP; and Slg. Chi actives broke m to cap-ure their pledges. 343 Alpha Tau Omega " I ' M CLEANED OUT! Oh well, that s the breaks of the game Chuck-a-luck, that is, at the ATO -fcrmal. Delta Beta Chapter Some 25,UU0 Howed freely at the annual Club lau formal held in De- cember at the ATO house. The money was bogus but the lun was all real. The first Hoor looked like a Ne ' York night club, and the basement became the gam- bling casino (something like the color- ful scene in " Guys and Dolls " ). Seen rolling dice was Don Mitchell, managing editor of the Daily Joztati. He lost a sizeable sum to Dietrich Hartmann, the D ' s news editor. At a table Gary Meyer, varsity wres- tler, displa etl his talent with poker chips. Many otheis, all active in cam- pus acti ' ities, soaked up the atmosphere at the biL; winter part ' tor the men of ATO. In a somewhat more sedate -ein was the spring Sweetheart formal, complete with a crownetl sweetheart, and at Chi-istnias, their annual Egg Nog party. OFFICERS President .... Norman Nelson Vice-President . . . Richard Smith Secretary . . . Richard IJobenhouse Treasurer Ted Davis 344 - O " ! w First Row: Mrs. Yetter, D. Anton. G. Bellis. R. Bobenhouse, J. Buckingham, R. Campbell. D. Casjens. D. Chalmers, W. Cochran. J. Davis. Second Row: M. Davis, T. Davis, D. Dietz, J. Ersland, A. Filean, T. Fisher. R. Gull, G. Hammond, D. Har+mann, R. Heimendinger. Third Row: D. Hoyt. R. Ives, G. Jungling, D. Keeler, Y. Ken- nedy, P. Kinlon. D. Klnton. D. Koons, W. Longnecker, R. Maxon. Fourth Row: D. Mitchell, S. Mourer. I. Mullenix, N. Nelson, P. Sampson, R. Sinclair, L. Smith, R. Smith. E. Speer, W. Sudbrook, R. Sv inney. FOR A CLOSER cleaner shave, use a pocket knife. 345 Beta Theta Pi BILLY THE KID says. " Yaaah, It- was quite a Barn Party. ' Alpha Beta Chapter The Beta ' s made their mark on eam- piis this year with some ery unique parties. The annual. Fall Barn Party got their social season under way. Smoky kerosene lamps and straw on the Hoor for the harn theme, a goat, some pigs and a few chickens for rural Havor, horse collars and cow bells completed the scene. Unique. ' ' Inside the Beta house it was. Another unusual party was the Bow- erv Brawl, which, as before, was deco- rateil in accordance with the theme. Beta ' s and dates dressed like bums and moochetl their refreshments. Candle liL ' ht, swinging doors and red checkered table cloths helpei! create a di e-like atmosphere. Other happenings of note included the second semester return of Kenny Ploen, the Beta ' s delegate to last year ' s Rose Bowl game. Kenny, a former cadet commander of Iowa ' s Arm ROrC corps, returned after playing profes- sional football. A£ PresiLlent Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer . OFFICERS Kenneth Lemke Craig Giftord Benjamin Blackstock John K. Roberts 346 ' 7- UtUii Firsv Row: Mrs. Richter. D. Beukeiman, B. Blackstock, L. Bossen. R. Burdick, H. Castell, M. Dessinger, L. Drain, L. Feller, J. FresHwaters. Second Row: C. GJfford, D. Gingles. T. Helgevold. D. Hutchins. R. Isenharf. J. James, S. Jorgensen, B. Lampe, D. Lawrence, R. Leidtg. Third Row: K. Lemke. R. Mahnke, B. Miller, G. Montgomery, H, Munson, P. Myers. R. Nelson. J. Neslund, J. Rank. Fourth Row: M. Reynolds, J. Roberts, M. Rodemeyer, R. Rose, J. Sabin, T. Sacre, K. Schwengel, H. Smith, A. Thoms. ALTHOUGH STATIONARY. ' " Marching along with Beta Thu j .. 347 Delta Chi IT WAS a " shootin ' up party. " as cowboys, Indians and fire- water ran wild at the 49 ' er Party. Iowa Chapter Cietting out of bed is a chore any time, hut the Delta Chi ' s found it to be ?. hit more pleasant the morning they learned that brother Jim Sheely had been named the outstanding fraternity man on campus. " Rise and shine " days were regular occurrences for the Delta Chi ' s this year, for the ' had the all-university dart and bowling championship trophies to prove it. " Gee whiz! " The scholarship improvement trophy and the all-univer- sitv sing finalist trophv, are also items for admiration. The healthier members were not awakened by coughing and sneezing dur- ing the Hu epidemic, as the ictims were isolated m a spcciallv set-up, house in- firm a r . The acti ' es (|uickl regained their strength and a pledge awoke one morn- ing to find mattress, blankets, and him- self in the front vard. OFFICERS Presiilent .... Richard Slocum Vice-Presiilent . . . Charles Blunt Secretary Stanley Doerr Treasurer . . . William Whitnev 348 w UYk First Row: Mrs. Poling, J. Aldershof, J. Avery, W. Barbee, C. Blunt, J. Church, T. CoHings, C. Crandall, J. Decker, S. Doerr. Second Row: J. Duenow, R. Eichner, R. Estes, T. hiale, J. Herteen, J. Hohl, D. Holder, D. Hubbell, P. Larsen, D. Ljn- gren. Third Row: L. Mathes, K. McAlpine, T, Morrison, R. Murphy, L. Nelson, B. Oakley, W. Pfuderer, D. Powers, J. Quigle. Fourth Row: T. Robison, D. Rossate, J. Saylor, R. Schabacker, R. Shoop. N. Slocum, R, Strawn, W. Whitney, Tonl. ::i iOO POUNDS .ind all Great Dane, that ' s Toni, the Delta Chi mascot. Delta Tau Delta A " ME AND MY gal from Delta town, we danced for many miles around, " ... at the Delt formal. Omicron Chapter " Member of Delta Tau Delta and . . . " read many of the applications Delts filled out this year. Jim Kanealy ' s read Central Party Committee presi- dent. Don Sherk could atkl IFC execu- tive council, Omicron Delta Kappa, and Men ' s Orientation chairman. Jim Til- ton coulci put Men ' s Orientation chair- iiuin too, because he was the new one, in addition to hciiiLi on Central Party Com- mittee. Dave Zimmer was on the Miss SUI Pageant Board. Craig Beck was presi- dent of the junior class in journalism. I.eigh Sprowls always claimed he as chairman of the Student Council ' s park- ing sticker color committee, hut this could ne er be authenticated by the proper authorities. So much for acti ities. Now what about sports? Let ' s skip sports. What about social lunctions? Well, co-eds are still talking about the Delt ' s Hell ' s Holi- day party, complete with artificial fire, anil brimstone. OFFICERS President Donald Sherk ' ice-President . . David Krumboltz Secretary Rees Jones Treasurer James Tilton 350 •-Hi ' . ' -.- 1-,-f 1 4 v O 3 » if First Row: C. Beet, D. Beer, B. Benner, J. Black, L. Blue, J. Boyer, B. Burton, K. Casey, A. Chapman. Second Row: J. Chiles, R. Clark, C. Dage, T. Dalton, J. Dockendorff, R. Ducharme, R. Duff, C. Fairall, J. Farrell. Third Row: H. Glllett, D. Goode, C. Griffin, J. Hamblin, L Marker, J. Harmelink, R. Heldridge. W. Ide, B. H. Jones. Fourth Row: B. R. Jones, L. Jones, M. Joy, J. Kanealy, D. Krumboltz, R. Larson, K. Linn, M. Lumbard, D. MacKinney. Fifth Row: A. Miller, J. Miller, R. Mitchell, R. Mullmann, B. NeA ' ell, D. Oliver, R. Rowen, G Setzler. Sixth Row: D, She ' k, A, Sh:riey B. Smart, E. Sproat, L Sprowls. J, Seventh Row: .■,. ' ■ .,,,, , , _. !, ■ . „, .crter, R. Wentiien, G. Wilson, K. Zastrow, D. Zimmer, W. Zunkel. 351 Delta Upsilon FIRES are to marshmaHows, as marshmaliows are +o ashes. So it was r: ■- •- ' !J. Cocoa Party. Iowa Chapter The time : Final Meek. The place : The Delta Upsilon fraternity house. M name is F " riday. I ' m not a cop, I ' m a H.AWKEVE reporter. My job: Inves- tigate the DU ' s. I cornered the tirst man 1 saw, who was anxious to gi ' e me the tacts. Here is the story : It seems the DU ' s weren ' t sluffing oft in campus affairs, as they had men in Young Republicans, Omicron Delta Kappa, Union Board, Central Party Committee, and Cheerleading. The annual I lobo part pi-o ed to be strictly on the up and up, as did the Tree Trimming party and both formals. The new trophy on the mantel, won for the humorous homecommg float, held no suspicion, so 1 left, kno ing that nothing was amiss. Back to the chief for my next assign- ment. As tar as I was concerned, this case was closeil. OFFICERS President . . . Gary Kurdelmeier ' ice-Presiilent . . . Wayne Carney Secretar ' .... William Burton Treasurer .... James A. A ' iese 352 .» - ? h . - ■ ' . ( if n - ri ?: c ! c o c ex -.f o. TJ First Row: F. Adams. G. - -: J. Augustine. N. Bald- win. W. Barnhart. L. Barr, R. Benrends, J. Bohlender. R. Borts. B. Brennner. R. Bring. Second Row: J. Burge. B. Burton. W. Carney. M. Chanr ber- laln, R. Davis. G. Diddy. J. Disselhorst. L. Erwin. D. Fitzsim- mons, F. Folbrecht. Third Row: J. Gibson. A. Gross, T. Hamilton. J. Harrison. B. Haupert. M. Hefti, C. Hulse. W. Humble. M. Huseman. J. Kalchbrenner. Fourth Row: L. Kellar. W. Kimmell. D. Kloewer. G. Kurdel- meier. D. Larson. T. [.eighty. D. Lumley. G. Mendon, R. Mercer, J, Meyers. Fifth Row: J. Miller. E. Mullins. J. Myers, T. Nugent. T. Oblinger, P. Palmer. J. Pattie. J. Piersol. P. Richter, G. Robey. Sixth Row: G. Ruopp. K. Schulz. P. Sieklocha. G. Slager, D. Smit, D. Smith. D. Spring. R. Spring. J. Swanson, M. Tharp. Seventh Row: R. Tolson. T. Turk. J. Welch. M. Wentiien. P. Wentzien. D. Wiedemeier. J. Wiese. P. Wiese. D. Wittee, D. Young. Phi Delta Theta FAGGED, Benny th St Bernard, bucUed at the Buckeroo Party. Iowa Beta Chapter A recent acquisition of the Phi Delts is Benny, a hirge St. Bernard dog. Bennv weighs 190 pounds, excluding that well-known keg. Oddly enough, for one of his breed, he keeps getting lost. Should Benny ever wander off for good, thev plan to use the doghouse as a three man room. In addition to letting the dog in or out, Phi Delts lent their talents to many campus activities. John Ballard served as senior class ' ice-president. Ron Helms as co-chairman of the cart! sec- tion. On the ■arsity football team were Randy Duncan and Bill Scott, and on the basketball team, Jim McConnell. Perhaps the highlight of the Phi Delt social season was the Swamp Stomp. The living room (which, as everyone kn(5ws, is the second largest fraternity living room west of the Mississippi), was equipped with a pond, log and simi- lar afipointments common to a swamp. OFFICERS President .... William Kirtlev Vice-President . . . John Ballard Secretary .... James Thompson Treasurer .... RonaKl I lelms 354 Ol O A D . i-. o, r " f f ' 1 w -« w - " 1 r W u I ' ■» " S " ! k - " W «rJ ' .- «- V « v-i? H ' % First Row: G. Albertson, J. Alber+son. B. Ausberger, J. Ballard, B. Belt, R. Berg, J. Bouma, M. Braman. Second Row: J. Budd. R. Bunting. J. Carstensen, J. Collins, T. Davles, R. Duncan, G. Eschman, J. Goessma. Third Row; D. Hafner. R. Helnns, D. Henningsen, R. Hoppe, C. Horner, D. Irvine, D. Jordan. H. Kalas. Fourth Row: A. Kibby, B. Kirtley, P. Lalnson, J. Lawson. T. V WSk ' ... .Jgi D. n c: . 1 f-1 cs.. 1 r? c - u ■» ¥« If. Loeschen, R. Lohman, D. Lotts. F. Lut ian . Fifth Row: B. Maurer. J. M ' -ott, S. Myers C- . ' D. O ' Brien, n. ra- ' -cu u. rere son. Sixth Row: • ' B. Schneider, B. Scott, J. Stuedemann, G. Todd. E. Tnompson. J. Thompson. Seventh Row: J. Walter, B. White, D. Whitney, D. Wood. B. Wylder, S. Welch. T. Yager. 355 Phi Epsilon Pi SUBTRACT STRAW, add one completed hayride, and mi; with snna. Alpha Beta Chapter Undoiibtecily, when President Eisen- hower retires, there will be a Phi Ep in competition for the job. Why? Well, just look at their success thus far. Mark Levensky served as Central Party Committee vice-president. Marv. Berenstein had a dual role as IFC vice- president and member of Union Board. Ed Mo .vinsky presided over Pep Club, and his canl section chairman, Larry Meyerson, is of the brotherhood also. Larry Popofsky held down the vice- presidency of the Student Council. Di- rector of the Miss SLH Pageant was Rill Heyman. Sam Pesses headed the Young Democrats. Keep in mind the fact that the boys who did all this, helped bring home the top scholarship trophy for Phi Epsilon Pi in 1956-1957, the second one in a row. Between books and activities, the Phi F.ps still found time for social functions, mcludmg their Anything Goes partv, the Pledge Prom in February and a spring formal. OFFICERS President . . . Mar in Berenstein Vice-President . . . Paul Kainian Treasurer . . . Etiward Mez Mnsky Secretary .... Richard Bondi 356 h ' -? fs y ' ' £ - ' •- ' - ' ' P ' - . Ot O - ! ' O- p. , Ip , .ls» «| 7 Iw ' , «= " C ' L ' « ' ' i ' a V ?! f . O - O ' Q. CS O. First Row: Mrs. Sands, L. Barmlsh, I. Berck, M. Berens+ein, E. Berkson, R. Bernstein. S. Bernstein, E. Betensky, R. Bondl. Second Row: f. Bookey. M. Bookin, S. Chalkin, G. Chesin, A. Claymon, G. Cohn, R. Drobner, M. Drucker, H. Friedman. Third Row: D. Garber, R. Garber, H. Geifman, K. Gerwin, F. Glassman, M. Goldberg, D. Green, D. Hockenberg P. Kaiman. Fourth Row: L. Krause, E. Krigsten, F. Leichook, M. Lettween, M. Levensky, D. Levinson, J. Margulies, D. Markham, L. Mey- erson. Fifth Row: E. Mezvinsky, B. Oberstein, H. Pidgeon, L. Pop- ofsky, J. Rosen. J. Rosenberg, D. Tepperman, D. Weiner, J. Weiner. 357 Phi Gamma Delta CLOWNS, TOYS, Ice cream and Santa greeted the crippled children at the Phi Gam-Kappa Christmas party. Mu Deuteron Chapter The Phi Gams refer to their annual alumn-fleecing fete as the Pig Dinner. The name alludes not to the alumns but to a tradition. Some years ago a sort of Greek Week was being held on another campus. The best the Phi Gams could do was to win the pig scramble. Fur- thermore, the ' ser -ed the pig that night to the alumns. Now a tradition, Phi Gam houses all o er the nation follow suit each year. An additional requirement is that the ()ungest pledge bite the roasted pig ' s tail off and all the pledges kiss its nose. Current Phi Gams won no pigs this year, but they attained singular success in other fields, as, a first place trophy for their homecoming float. Men like Dave Dutton, Ernie Rickett and Tom Jolas headed organizations like IFC, Union Board and Old Gold Days. Sportsmen included George Seaberg, Joe Williams, and Dick Harring, all on the basketball team. OFFICERS President Richard Fuhr Vice-President . . . Ernest Rickett Secretary David Dutton Treasurer Floyd Burns 358 a 7 f ' s i f ■f © ■ ' ' M ' ' - ' Wi- C uA h f u CV f C : O O- O 0 ' Ck f . f . f . (D. f Q f O (f!V. O., ii iii l .rA A . First Row: A. Brennecke, F. Burns, O. Buxton, P. Carter, R. Carver, D. Chipokas. R. Christianson. R. Congdon, J. Cox. Second Row: H. Davenport, J. Duggan, D. Dutton, C. Fell- mer, R. Fletcher, J. Frazier, R. Fry, R. Fuhr, R. Gamble. Third Row: R. Harrlng. J. Hild, J. Hinkle, T. Holcomb, S. Hoskinson, W. Hutten. H. Iverson, G. Jennings. J. Jones. Fourth Row: P. Justen, C. Kay. B. Knapp, J. Kupris, A. Leh- nan. D. Lund, S. McKenzie. J. Meany, D. Mullenberg. Fifth Row: W. Piersor R. Patterson. M. Peterson, M. Phelan, K. Reed, E. Rickett. T. Rinden. Sixth Row: R. Rix. T. Roberts, R. Schrage, G. Seaberg, L. Severeid, R. Shearer, D. Shinn, R. Spachman. E. Strachan. Seventh Row: W. SuHon, R. Teig, M. Whifmore, G. Wil- liams, J. Williams. R. Wilson, R. Zenko. R. Zwemke, 359 Phi Kappa IT MUST have been quite a story, at the Phi Kappa formal. Delta Chapter Wiilc aiitl ' aried were the activities of Pill Kappa this past year. Sports- wise? They started things off with the annual Fish Bowl game against the AEPi ' s. The game was followed by a barbe(]ue anil a sing. Pete Schebler and Dennis Brims, members of the varsity basketball team, contributed to the ath- letic might of Phi Kappa. One of the most interesting aspects of the social season was the Yard and a 1 lalf part) ' . The name relates to the (]uantity ol the attire. Less provocative, but nonetheless entertaming, were the Christmas formal, the pre-Lenten party and the spring formal. The entire chapter migrated to the University of Illinois for a basketball game, the outcome of which determined possession of a barrel, traditionally passed from chapter to chapter (loser rehlls it). OFFICERS President .... Robert Scanlon Vice-President . . Thomas Fangman Secretary John Powers Treasurer . . . Charles Flaherty 360 y : W l ■- ' ' " fl Firs; Row: Mrs. Estes. W. Alley. D. Bruns, B. Crosby, D. Dahnk. M. Dull. M. Dworzalc, R. Ectnch. Second Row: W. EdsaN, J. Egan, T. Fangman, C. Flaherty, J. Fortune, K. Fry, R. Goche. J. Hood. Third Row: J. Hudspeth. D. Lannon, C. Lelnfelder, P. Loftus, J. Moseley, M. Mullen, J. Murphy, N. Paulus. Fourth Row: J. Powers, R. Scanlon, P. Schebler, R. Sernett, F. Slnelc, J. Sullivan. J. WeNs. R. Winn. THEY ALL LAUGHED, but sonnecne nas to seep the photographer. 361 Phi Kappa Psi " CUDDLE UP a little closer, " by the light of the Phi Psi moon. Iowa Alpha Chapter In addition to answering phones, waxing the basement floor and other traditional pledge duties, the hopefuls of Phi Kappa Psi must occasionally guard the pillars. Guard them, that is, from being paintetl. Those caught in the act this vear included a group of Delta Gammas, complete with red paint. One likely weekenci when the pil- lars were being guarded, acti -es tested pledge igilance by sneaking to the pil- lars as if to do the deed. The pledges cauglit tiiem anil put them in the show- er. What then ensueil with the pledges is not known. Some of the energ ' left o ' er from high jmks was de -oted to intramurals. Phi Psis were, at this writing, well on their way toward inning another top intramural troph . They also tried to improve their scholarsliip. That is, to come Irom last year ' s second place to first. Union Board and 1F " C participa- tion rounded out the activities anule. OFFICERS President .... Gary Thompson Vice-President . . . John Hagan Secretary .... John Bruckshaw Treasurer .... James R. Scott 362 fs. ft p a l ' o, q ir Os- P- l ' 1 i Ji J YM k i dik O: CS ' .- i ' ' Pi U 1 C« ' v C« l Wio ! U ' l (rr V J W— ' ' First Row: A. Abbott, R. Abel, D. Adam, T. Arnold, B. Ba:ley, J. Bane, D. Barnes, P. Bartlett. Second Row: L. Benfer. G. Bier. D. Boatman, D. Bradbury, J. Bruclcshaw, S. Curtis, R. Eichorn, J. Falb. Third Row: T. Fliclcinger, S. Fuller, G. Galiher, C. Gllfillan, W. Grandy, J. Hagan, C. Harstad. J. Hass. Fourth Row: W. Hernphill, D. Herbrechtnneyer, F. Hitchcock. F. Honsell, B. hlummer, T. James, J. Jones, F. Keefner. Fifth Row: A. Leff, T. Marshall, M. McAuley, D. Middle- brook, D. Miller, M. O ' Donnell, M. Pabst, R, Peterson. Sixth Row: B. Potth t, J. Price R. Price, J. Scott, T. Shops, T. Slcklnger, R. S ' " ' Seventh Row: T -i, G. Tiedens, T. Tinan, J. Tweed, D. Whitehead, D. W,eck. D. Wilson. 363 Phi Kappa Sigma 1 1 NO NAPKIN stuffing for the Phi Kappa SIgmas, they used or- chids and won the beauty trophy for their homecoming float. am t M m tr ' ' PHI KAPP A SIGMA -- Alpha Phi Chapter Men taking the rush tour at the be- ginning of rush week were surprised to come upon one rush team, attired, not in the hitest i y league motif, but in I la- wanan sport shirts and leis. These dar- ing souls, expressers of originality, were members of Phi Kappa Sigma. What effect this deed hatl on the propagation of their kmd is a matter for honest spec- ulation. Rumor has it that this brash act was inspired by one Joe Kaipo, who, (and completely incidenally), was presi- dent of the Hawaiian Club, as well as master of ceremonies tor tlie Fall Party. As one member so very well put it, " acti ities ' ere riding the surf board. " This must surely refer to the fact that members participated in Student Coun- cil, Union Board ami Central Partv Committee. ' lnter and spring toi-mals held in December and Ma respectively, topped oft the year for Phi Kappa Sigma. OFFICERS President James McGee ' ice-Presiilent Richard Rosche Secretary .... Daryl Peitersen Treasurer .... Donald Carlson 364 - -- s_ First Row: D. Carlson, J. Carter. J. Christensen, C. Day. R. Downer. L. Frank. M. Hitchcock. R. Holt. T. Hurst. Second Row: D. Johnson, G. Judy. J, Kaipo. R. Keiper, E. Kellems. B. Kolterman, D. Lyman, J. Macy. W. Madison. Third Row: J. tvlcGee. W. Paxson, D. Pietersen, T. Pollard. R. Rosches. W. Rouse, R. Schlotterback. C. Schwenke. R. Simon. Fourth Row: G. Smith. G. Stark. R. Stoughton. J. Susich, N. Thomas, P. Tuetken. L. Wichmann. R. Wolfe. YOU NAME IT, they wore it. at the On the Water Front costume party. Pi Kappa Alpha PiKA ' s SYMPHONY combo warms up for Its next appearance. Gamma Nu Chapter The PiKA ' s claim that the} ' could get a sun-tan all year long — How? by using the sun-deck on top of their porch. The house served as a nucleus of activity for Pi Kappa Alpha. At homecoming the house was hllcLJ with alums . . . each telling of grand times and deeds. The outdoor patio, with its advanta- geous view of the river banks, hosted couples for dancing and parties in the early fall. Tn December the spacious lounge rang with laughter as the Pikes entcrtaincel children from the handi- capped children ' s hospital. It softened its lights for the big winter formal and later, its decorations echoed of spring when PiKA ' s Dream (iirl was crowned at the spring formal. Now, summer . . . and quiet halls wait tor old members aiul new fresh- men. That is, if they can get back up tliat imposing hill ! OFFICERS President .... Donald Knight Vice-President . . ' ayne Prichard Secretary .... Bradley Coov-er Treasurer . . James Landenberger 366 ' J Isy - ' m W- C ' - -e - [ ' lm. V. U -«% ' « -crT ' L-5r?V 1 ;rf .- -CD, C-J, |. U ' . First Row: Mrs. Burkhart, W. Adamson, M. Baker. J, Bar- thelme, R. Bunten, J. Clay+on, R. Collins, B. Coover, R. Eble, D. Efner. Second Row: W. Filter, T. Grofer, J. Helck T. Helvllln. C. Hitchcock, N. Howard, B. Jensen, D. Knight, J. Landenberger, M. Lang. Third Row: C. Larson, H. Lynn. R. Mattes. D. Mescher, R. Myli, R. Offenheimer. E. Peterson. W. Prichard. J. Reeder. J. Rein. Fourth Row: C. Rierson, T. Rosky, D. Schoonover, T. Shelly, E. Shuey, K. Shuey, B. Thompson. K. Wilcockson, R. Zillman. THE SITUATION s all tied up. as the PiKA ' s convince another rus ee to join the ranks. 367 Sigma Alpha Epsilon Iowa Beta Chapter TIME OUT for bridge-work at the Christmas dinner-dance. iViany persons thoiiglit they were clever -s hen they got away with painting the SAE lions. Actually, you ' re one of many who did it this year. Statistics show the lions acquired a different hue on an a erage ot twice a week. En- countering a group stealthily stalking the lions, paint brushes in hand, has be- come so commonplace that the SAEs chase only girls ho try it. ()ne novel twist ... on a couple of occasions, the lions were tarred and feathered. In regard to acti ities, SAE prefer- ence would seem to lean toward the mil- itary. Jerry Jenkinson held the post of corps commander. Pour of Jerry ' s fra- ternitx ' brothers were on the wing staff of Air Force ROTC. Warriors too were Kevin Furlong, Frank Bloomquist, and Bill Happel, all membei-s ot the lootball team. Flolding ilown the mat as wrestler Gordon Frapp. Who related the deeds of these iron men.- ' Mio else but Bill Hise, I I.WVKEVE Sports Editor. Finally, leader of men, Jim Greer, was president ;)f Omicron Delta Kappa. OFFICERS President Donne Moen ' ice-President .... Dale Hayes Secretary John Wicks Treasurer . . . Stephen Showers 368 n_. Oi f ' D O o. . A " " , r . c C! .■ rik A . f fTi ( i iii First Row: Mrs. Seaman, B. Arvin, D. Beightol. R. Benz, J. Bllxt, R. Brandenburg, P. dine, E. Daniel, B. DePrenger, M. Dooley. Second Row: J. Dotson, L. Doughty, 8. Eaton, K. Furlong, J. Gassett. J. Grier, L, Halpin, D. Hayes, R. Helm, D. Herring. Third Row: B. Hlse, F. James, W. Johnson, J. Joy, J. Kin- namon, J. Kitchen, C. Krause, B. Landau, D. Lannlng. J. Liechty. Fourth Row: T. Logan, M. McCaughey, D. McCuslcey, J. McCuslcey, J. McDonald, P. Miller, R. Miller, J. Mitvalslty, D. Moen, G. Morris. Fifth Row: L. Moser, R. Nelsen, D. Newell, T. Nordylce, J. Powell, R. Prine, L. Robertson, D. Roeder. A. Schafer. Sixth Row: J. Sell, B. Sells, J. Sheldon, S. Showers, C. Sierp, D. Simonson, R. Steele, M. Stevenson, P. Swords. Seventh Row: G. Trapp, S. Turner, C. VandeLune, R. Web- ber, N. Weih, D. Whittemore, J. Wicks, J. Young, D. Zinn. 369 Sigma Chi AND LAUGHS were had by all at the Sigma Chi winter party. Alpha Eta Chapter Perhaps the Sigma Chi ' s best claim to fame lies in their now famous Derby Day. A parade, stunts, games, contests and trophies made this year ' s edition as much fun as its predecessors. The Sig Chi ' s are capable in other fields as well. For example, note on the mantel that all-university lightweight basketball trophy, and next to it, the one that proclaims them the intramural Softball champs. Kids at the children ' s hospital knew the pledges ' faces well, tor most mem- bers of the pledge class were " big broth- ers " to the crippled children. An espe- cially active Sig was Todd Parker, head of IFC ' s Greek Week committee. Really famous is the institution known as " the Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, " an honor most any lo -a co-ed would be proud to hold. And . . . well, we won ' t e en men- tion Steve Canyon. OFFICERS President William Love Vice-President .... Philip Mills Secretary .... Stephen Peterson Treasurer .... Peter Usgaard 370 o « o, o o c% r ( o r O . ( C: D f!!5 D » P C:t q «5 o o Oo ©,, W L v 0 " P First Row: D. Andrews, B. Batcher, T. Brennan, P. Bonsfead. T. Brooke T. Burrows, T. Campbell, T. Clark. Second Row: T. Cole, L. Collins, R. Crawford, B, Cumming, F. Davis, K. Deets, J. Degnan, B. Oeignan. Third Row: B, Dewel, R. Estes, D. Forsling, C. Frederici, G. Frohwein, T. Gearhart, C. Geisewite, C. Gilderbloom. Fourth Row: L. Gipe, L. Gould, E. Hansell, J. Harris, G. Hendricks, L. Humphreys, D, Ingram, R. Keast, Fifth Row: P, Kemble, R. Koser, M, Krezek, J. Lieb, W. Love, C. McManigal, P. Mills, D. Orr. Sixth Row: T. Parker, R, Parsons, S. Peterson, P. Pierson, M. Runyan, J. Sanftner, D. Seger, G. Shadle. Seventh Row: S. Shaw, N. Shumansky, L. Smith, D, Stoll, P. Usgaard, G. Veldey, J. White. 371 Sigma Nu MAN ' S BEST friend Is his dog, woman ' s too, at least at the Siama Nu formal. Beta Mu Chapter The H ' e-armed star i,listini2;uishcs the members of Sigma Xii, and that star certainly got around on campus this year. On clear e enings. one could see it shining abo -e the field house. No A ' onder! The Nu ' s contributed five men to the football squaci, (including AU- American Alex Karras), seven to the baseball team, as well as a few to the track, tennis and fencing teams. Men in campus activities sported the star, like Paul Eells, WSUI ' s sports an- nouncer. Then too, there was John Glover, the marching band ' s drum ma- jor and Union Board committee mem- ber. Bill Liedholm also helped out the Union Board, and Gary Dunahugh was a member of Pep Club. Socially, the star provided the illumi- luition for the Sigma Xu winter formal. All stars aside, someone had to have one sooner or later ... an " Around the World in Eighty Days " party. You " uessed it, the Nu ' s hail it. OFFICERS President .... Harold Dennis Vice-President . . Bruce Gebhardt Secretary .... Gary Dunahugh Treasurer . . . Verne McFadden 372 c- .p c o. cr: , o. p .( c:? o O. O C tf1„ o c rj p Pf (i . .p O . 1 o o 1 1 p. P, O O (f:, o T, (f? First Row: Mrs. Whitford. G. Berst, N. Boosalis, R. Boshart, M. Bougdanos. J. Brandt, R. Carlson. W. Carmichael, B. Carrier, A. Cavey. Second Row; D. Dameron. G. Darnell, T. Davidson, G. Davis. H. Dennis, R. Drennan. G. Dunahugh, A. Dunn, P. Eells, W. Erneis. Third Row: R. Ewen. B. Gebhardt, N. Gilnnore, J. Glesne, J. Glover, G. Graves, J. Griffon. G. Haddy. B. Hain. B. Hawk. Fourth Row: R. Hershey. G. Hesseltine. G. Howard, C. Howorth, P. Hronek, T. Hrunkow, A. Jones. A. Karras, J. Keqiev, M. Kellogg. Fifth Row: C. Kierscht. W. KIrke. D. Kray. M. Larimer. J. Leabo, B. Lichtenberger, B. Liedholnn. B. Lindgren, J. Mar- tens, R. Michaelson. Sixth Row: J. J. Miller, J. R. Miller. J. McCoy. L. McCray. G. McCreath. R. McDonald, V. McFadden. R. Nance, J. Pierce. P. Platter. Seventh Row: V. Poffenbarger, T. Prince. R. Reimers. L. Rich- mond, M. Richter, G. Rinden. R. Rutkowski, J. Sawin, T. Surnmay, P. Swartz. Eighth Row; L. Taylor. D. Thee. A. Tirzmalls, R. Vaessen, J. Vas. D. Von Boeselager, C. Warner, G. Wetsell, H. White, H. Young. Sigma Phi Epsilon m NO CHARGE for this shoe shine job. Oh. for the life of an active. Iowa Gamma Chapter In your tra cls to aiious campuses havd you iKJticed that most Sigma Phi Epsilon chapters liave a red door? Iowa ' s chapter recently acquiesced and " joincil the club " with reil paint and an appropriate ceremony. Nor is it an ex- ception to the adage that the Sig Eps are a house with a heart . . . this one in neon. That neon heart must have provided the theme for the Queen of Hearts Ball, held this year in the spring. Other parties included a " Lil Abner party and the annual Kintlergarten Kick. And, let us not forget the Sig Eps " rose sere- nades. As if music were not enough, the gals got roses too. The activities angle was provided by Charles Fouts, Hawkeye Colleges Edi- tor; Park Riiler, member of IPC and Student Council; men in Phi Eta Sigma and others on several committees. So, now you know what ' s behind tiie red door. OFFICERS President Park Rider Vice-President . . Thomas Anderson Secretary .... Douglas Larsen Treasurer .... Gerald Palmer 374 O- ( o Q a csr .o ■Cj Cj. cri CD X l -U- w p, p c c . a, p First Row: Mrs. Bagley, S. Allen. T. Anderson. R. Anstlne, J. Bashara. C. Batheller. A. Boysen. B. Boyson, R. Braun, J. Bristow. Second Row: L. Butferfield, R. Carson. K. Corson. J. Croy, J. Dasher, B. DeKock. C. Ellyson, D. Feauto, C. Fouts, D. Froschauer. Third Row: C. Gasswint, D. Guemmer, A. Hammond, D. Hanson, E. Hoffman, J. Hunter, R. Keleher, D. Killinger, S. Klllinger, J. Krambeck. Fourth Row: D. Larson, J. Magnuson, T. Mills. C. Mum- gaard, T. Munger, M. Murray, C. Nelson, C. Nixon, J. Palmer. Fifth Row: P. Pettliohn, C. Phelps, D. Phelps, C. Pinkerton, G. Poormar T R,=(vmnnd, J. Rider, N. Rider. D. Rochau. Sixth Row: D. Schempp. L. Schnur. B. Simmons, R, Simmons, r . jmif; D. Stewart, D. Thomson, J. Tonkinson. Seventh Row: A. Voecks. P. Vogt. J. Voigt, W. Voxman. D, Watt, J. Williams, J. Wobken, D. Work, R. Zoller. 375 Theta Xi NO FAIR kibitzing, even if it is just a friendly battle. Xi Chapter " He ! i ook ! Fherc ' s girls over there! " And so the woril got passed around IraternitN ' cirele that the Tlieta Xi hijuse part) ' A as again in hill swing. If the girls are upstairs, it ' s O.K. be- cause the male inhabitants ha e moved out for the weekend. Besides this peek at bachelor quarters, the girl friends got a party Saturday night and a Sunday tlinner. This little affair is in addition to the Heitlelberg brawl and the Peanuts parts, (theme from the comic strip of the same name ) . Campus-wise, Theta Xi ' s tended to lielp populate SUI ' s honorary and pro- fessional organi .ations. Tom Strom w as named the outstanding junior chem- isti " student. Rohn Baack was a mem- ber of Pi Tau Sigma, honorary mechan- ical engineering fraternity. Delta Sigma Pi, professional commerce fraternity, claimed the alliances of Dave Gardner aiul Pat Casev. OFFICERS President .... Thomas Strom Vice-President . . Darrell Arendts Secretary John Truax Treasurer .... Sidney Phillips 376 First Row: D. Aiendts, R. Baack, P. Caiey, J. Fansher, D. Gardner, C. Hawtrey, L. Krueger. ' i ,0 Second Row; S. Fl,;li;pi,. T. Phillips, R. P-nce, N. Rlzk. A. Soop, E. Strom, J. Truax. THE PAUSE that refreshes. Have a Coke? ALL WELL-READ people read Playboy, the particular man ' s reference boo(c. 377 GEORGE MARX, IFC Scholarship adviser, tells pledge classes " How to Study, " as part of the IFC program to maintain Greeic scholastic standing. BETA ' S AND ADPi ' s exemplified the third Greek ideal of fraternity with thp traHl+ional exchange. ACHES AND PAINS weie ten uy me fraternity men, who rebuilt the wall around the pond In City Parle, for IFC Project Day. 378 Dormitories ' . Hiiii ' t ' rsitx should bt ' a pliiCi ' of licjlil, of lil crl aiul of Icarniiui. DlSRAKI.I 379 9 ' i. M. _: ' First Row: R. Hansen, S. Newcomb. E. Parle. Second Row: C. Shank, C. Boehm, K. Kramer. DORM PRESIDENTS kibitz before thei meet ' - iv m i 4 l K ■ ■ - ' J P ' ' H ' " R 1 H 1 P m 1 jmk 1 1 itt l ■ 1 1 1 IkM 2 1 1 Inter-Dormitory Council The Presidents ' Council, coniposctl ot the (ircsidcnts of SUI ' s six clnrniitiiries, is now in the process of beiny rexaniped. In the past, it has primarily been an in- formal group that functioned only when a ni:ed for ilorm interaction arose. rile Inter-Dorniitory Council, as it is to be called, will ha e a constitution thus uning it official status. Its primarx ' purpose will be to foster co-operation lutween the dorms and to promote inter-elorm activities. Projects planneil for the new orifani- ation inckule an inter-dorm radio net- work and the sponsoring of annual all- dorm dances to supplement those held b the indnidual dorms. First Row: J. Gallo, A. Reyhons. C. Boehm, H. Leinen, D. Nugent. Second Row: E. Harris, S. Dykstra, D. Luhrlng, D. Hein. Third Row: W. Jones, H. Kerr, R. Kellogq, G. Zimmerman. South Quad Council The Soutli (JiKul Council i) crsccs the atiairs anJ tortuiics ot the I ' csitlcnts of South Quadrangle ilorniitor . The Council consists ot a pi-esiilent, vice- president. ti -e section i-epresentatives ami a student council representatne, all elected by the members of the dorm. Three adxisors anil an athletics proctor, also on the Council, are appointed by the uni ersit . 1 he president selects a secretary- treasurer and a social chairman. Projects sjionsored by the Council in- cluded the ajinual awards bainjuet, a Christmas party at the union, an intra- mural athletics program and South Quad ' s lloat lor the 1 loinecommg pa- rade. " WINTER kept us warm, covering Earth In forgetful snow . . — T. S. Eliot ROCK WALLS line the path leading to Quad- rangle 381 A SOFT COUCH, a quiet atmosphere, what more could Monte Coleman ask for while studying in the Hillcrest lounge? Hillcrest To the casual eye of a isitor, one of the most striking features of Hill- crest dormitory is the three well- appointecl lounges. The new one in the recently completed west wing gives a living room atmosphere to the bare halls of Hillcrest. In addition to comlortahle chairs and sofas, each lounge contains recre- ational facilities including card tables for bridge enthusiasts. During the Christmas season each of the lounges contains a Christmas tree to lend a little holiday spirit to the tlorm. Teas, following football games, and other social functions are also held in the lounges. HILLCRESrS NEWEST ADDITION will include offices, dining and recreation areas. 382 rrwi-ncvr: lia g3 i,|i2,(0,ag|e£a,|)|j,|r. PONDERING the mysteries of Brahms, Jim Johnson listens to records in the music room. Relaxation is tlic keynote ol the llillerest mu- sic room. Almost iin tune ol the evening one can find men lounging about in the comfnrtahle chairs, some stiidying, some loahng, but all lis- tening to pops and classical miisie. I he ma choose trom some 200 records in the rooms tile or may bring their own selections to listen to m comfort as they are played on the excellent high- fidelity facilities available. At least one of a staff of five men is always on hanil to operate the equipment for listeners. A recent acquisition is a [tortable hi-h set which can be used tor dances and mixers in the other lounires. A PAUSE for reflection and food. Why is it that there is always something one forgets to pick up in going through the line? KEN HANSON seems to be getting the latest addition for his little black book. It ' s certainly a pleasant break from studying. . . . SFstrW V On mm . 383 IIIIXCRIST OORWTORYCOf FEE SHOP: A FAMILIAR SIGN and an oh so familiar path. A LITTLE DESK BUSINESS seems to be the center of attraction. Council First Row: K. Walker, P. Rohlf, K. Kramer. D. Nacke. D. Petersen. Second Row: R. Dills, J. Affre, S. Curtis. W. Dixon, M. Hiddleson, D. Bartholomew, R. Myren, K. Wenndt. Third Row: C. VanFossen, R. Wahlert, W. Humble, A. Brown. W. Lumry. G. Lambert, K. Mlttelberg. Fourth Row: V. Heln, G. Lubbers. T. Spragg, E. Richardson, L. Brown, G. VanDriel, J. Hall. Fifth Row: D. Ogren, P. Schorr, L. Rlegel. R. Merchant, R. Klingler, R. Bendsen. G. Thain. Sixth Row: D, Thoen, G. Ruopp, J. Krambeck. O. Treadway. P. Ware, R. Walker, J Ridennijr iii ■• l " - ' . y ( Chorus First Row: R. Burns, B. Trimble. R. Sims. E. Van Driel, D. Nacke. Second Row: L. Nevermann. E. Richardson. M. hHiddleson. J. Dahm, W. Lumry, A. Brown. Third Row: W. Dixon, J. Young, D. Ogren, L Carlson, R. Walker. P. Rohlf. Fourth Row: P. Pettyjohn. J. Ridenour, L. Gustafson, A. Beck. P. Ware. K. Kramer. Fifth Row: D. Petersen. J. Easton, R. Winga. G. Rhodes. J. Krambeck. T. Spragg. HILLCREST HALLS are for walking and many times for The 1 lilkrcst Chorum is a ii;roup actiw iii aiul aliDUt the W iS, dorm. Coinposccl oi a " hard core " of 20 men. the chorus supplements its strciii th when :t partici|iates in functions like L ni ersit Sing. iVlemhers join lartjelv tor their own relaxation ami enjoyment et wiien the occasion arises, the qualit is there. Proot ol their merit i s the tact that the h;i e won either first or second in the last two I iiner- sity Sings they ha e entered. This year, the chorus li;is li;ul several ex- changes with their counterp;irts in the wom- en ' s dorms, r he ' also provided the carols tor I Iillcrest ' s Christmas part and sang with the Currier Chorus tor ( )Id (iohl Davs. 385 RECLINING In a yogl-llke position, Dan Steele studies casually in Hillcrest ' s new south lounge. IT ' S NOT every college man that has a chance to have a bedtime story read to him. It all started in a hash session shortly after the beginning of the school year. Perhaps the idea was born from a desire to promote inter- est and unity among tlie group con- cerned. Certainly, the interest and unity of the men of Hillcrest ' s sec- tion I made possible tlie first section- built float for the homecoming pa- rade. Once plans were (.Irawn and con- struction was about to begin, the problem arose concerning the status of the float. Was it to be the sole undertaking of section I, or would they receive official backing? Hill- crest Council not only approved the project but voted funds and helped them find a sponsor. Enthusiasm mounteil as the date of the parade neared, exidenced by the almost complete participation of sec- tion I members. The builders were disappointed that their float won no award, but they could take satisfac- tion in the fact that they had set a precedent. And the word in section I is, " Yait until next Near. " A PIANO RECITAL ' n the Hlllcrest lounge that ' s genump hiti rnuM ' , nr l .: r ,--, t r h y needl ?, tut rriaybe a few mis- placed notes. THIS MOVE may prove fotal, but with deep concentration and fo;t- thought Jerry Hickey might yet win the game. HOME was never like this! Why Is It that my sweatshirts are always yellow? All NUM- ' ' ' .. Lwrw.« FABRICS OF ALL KINDS, aODfES l OT BADIY SOIUO.SILnS.J snrrwTic fabrics for thwemperJ MUST M COtORFAST A ' V JRI BRIDGE PLAYERS, compl. lounge. ■:heering section, se m to be taking the game quite seriously m the V ' ' orangii Quadrangle WINTRY WINDS make the Quadrangle entrance a welcome sight. taa There is music in the air. It ' s from KWAD, Quiuh-angle ' s addition to the interdorm network which commenced operation on December 1st. For six hours a da ' the men ot (Juad will he allied in their studies (or in their ilaydreams) by soothinsj; melodies. .Man - additions of comfort and conxenience have been added to the Quadrangle. These in- clude spacious new council offices for the many meetings necessarx to the sound administration of a tlorm. The television lounge was also a welcome change. It must, howe er, compete with the new study lounge, always full of " those in the pursuit of knowledge. " Finally, for the few who hate T.V., and have no inclination toward studying, there is a new recreation room with several ping pong tables. Quadrangle officers included Charles Shank, president; George Eliason, ' ice-presiilent ; Keith Williams, secretary, and Charles Scarcliff, treas- urer. THERE ' S COKE on tap as Quadrangle men gather around the soda ■fountain at the dorm. A NEW ADDITION to Quad is a study room equipped with desks and quiet. Executive Council First Row: R. Young, K. Williams, C. Scarcliff, C. Shank, G. Eiiason, D. Harris. Second Row: R. Boylan, C. Wiggins, L. Shippy, R. Nelson, R. Stark. THE BLANK FACE, , . i when standing in lines, is displayed by these Quad men as they wait tor dinner to be served. Once again, Quadrangle ' s social season was focused on the annual Christmas formal. Whatever the favorite dance step, whether the stroll or the waltz, Larry Barrett pro- vided the tempo. For the second year in a row, the affair was held in Quad ' s new dining area. As the tlatc of the dance was Friday, De- cember 13, the decorations committee had a choice of two themes, bad luck or Christmas. The decision was to combine them. The re- sult, wliilc iliffcrent, added to the affair ' s success. The crowning of the queen and the presen- tation of her court was followed by the giv- ing of gifts. Miss Elizabeth Englert, head resident, and Miss Mable Walther, who is in charge of the dining room, both received presents. SOMETIMES IT ' S NECESSARY to read or scan all the maga- zines on sale before making a selection. 390 . M I i . I .J: X f :: r ' ' , , K X t I Quad Council First Row: D. Riley. E. Haven, R. Murray. D. Sroneberg. A. Rogers, R, Marcelonis. T. Epperson, T. Stokely. Second Row: L. Day. C. Schmidt, N. Anderson, W. Teter, G. Hornbuckle, L. Beck. B. Specht. K. Japlon. Third Row: R. Roberts. E. Benson. R. Heitzman. G. Klop-fenstein. D. Gorton. D. Northrup. J. Mershon. C. Aspland. Jr Fourth Row: R. Anderson. S. Hansen. R. Weiner, L. Hadley, I. Ellis, P. Burks. R. Michelsen, R. Lewis. THE TIME MUST COME when one must study and the library is a good place to read magazines. OH NO! I forgot to pay last month ' s cleaning bill again. ?OI WELL THIS IS a u,..,, grossed in each other. rel A rdi„coon skin coat in the lounge, a blank television set and an intent couple en- Commons Council First Row: G. Anderson. B. Bergeman. K. Deegan, D. De- Hoogh. Second Row: M. Downing. G. Hanson. S. Klntner. M. Lubke. Third Row: S. Newcomb, N. Paulson, D. Rennpe. D. Schaper. Fourth Row: K. Schnede, C. Shellinger. M. Weiss. The Commoners had a good ear. There was a circus, featuring the council and board and staff mcnihei-s wearing " wouldn ' t-be- caught-dead-in " costumes . . . the selection of a Commons coed for Miss Perfect Profile . . . the annua! Christmas tree-trimming party complete with a log fire and carols . . . the choosing of a Commons Mother for Mother ' s Dav . . . tlie senior dinner and Recognition Breakfast . . . yes, the sprawl- ing lii-ick house on the hill as full of activity all Near long. Planning the events were Sheridan New- comb, president; Barbara Bergeman, vice- president; Karen Schnede, secretary, and Sliirle Kintner, treasurer. Student Council First Row: C. Monteon, M. Downing, K. Gus+afson, R. Tudor, Judiciary Board First Row: D. Schaper, N. Norwood, B. McNeil, M. Thorson. m Orientation Board First Row: C. Schellinger. C. Ives, N. Paulson. Second Row: J. Bendsen, L. Runnion, G. Anderson. Public Relations Board Left to Right: L. Tjernagel, M. Lubke. J. Hagerman. C. Parsons, C. Freeman. ■ " w- " ' k Unit Eight, OfRcers First Row: C. Schelllnger, C. Ives, D. Sirowy. Second Row: D. DeHoogh, G. Anderson, N. Paulson, K. Gash Activities Board First Row: L. Stone, D. DeHoogh, D. Henry. Second Row: J. Anderson, F. Smith, L. Runnion, P. Hynes. M. Rotman. V .: v ffl CURRIER DORMITORY houses 950 women students. Due to Its overcrowded condition a new dorm, Burge Hall, Is being built and will be completed in the fall of 1958. THERE ' S A " HERKY " In Caria Buchholz ' s life as well as a typewriter and Coke bottles which add to the comfort of any room. Currier From withiii the rooms of Currier come m an ' campus notables. To name a few: There was the president of AWS and WRA; two Mortar Board members; and Hillcrest, Miss SUI, Honor- ary Cadet Colonel and Interdorm queen at- tendants. Activit hustled witliin Currier too. There as the student-faculty dessert, the Fall Dance, the Eager Beaver Party for Currier ' s three points or aho e and the Mind Your Manners Week. OfHcers included Rosemary Hansen, presi- dent; Terry Shope, vice-president; Ann Too- good, secretary, and Marge Bilsland, treas- in-er. No wonder Currier ' s namesake, a former SUI dean, has a smiling portrait. RELAXED POSITIONS and casual clothes are the pre requisites " for a night of eager study. Council First Row: M. Bilsland, C. Brown, P. Buhn, K. Bump. Second Row: S. Campbell, J. Couser, N. Diclcens. Third Row: N. Doss, F. Focht, R. Hale. Fourth Row: R. Hansen, M. Huey, N. Johnson. Fifth Row: M. Klingler, J. Livingston, M. Lyon. Sixth Row: J. Mazza, E. McClusky, R. Meaghan. Seventh Row: M. Moelk, J. Moore, C. Moore. Eighth Row: N. Moulin, B. Pestotnilc, M. Peterson. Ninth Row: T. Shope, N. Sweitzer, A. Toogood. Tenth Row: M. Wallen, K. Walters, B. Wendhousen. n :f « COLLEGE LIFE is such a strain that a girl needs a snack between meals to keep up her strength. Orientation Board First Row: S. Lauger, M. Moelk, N. Moulin. R. hiale. N. O ' Connor. Second Row: M. Klingler. N. Stewart. Public Relations Board Firs! ' Row: L. Splelman. M. Lyon, F. Bobrove. Second Row: B. Wendhausen, J. Pardee. J. Russell, J. Jaml- Scholarship Board First Row: B. Erbe, S. Lauger, S. Bunch. Second Row: R. Meaghan, E. Zwickel, L. Nolte. K. Lupton. P . Johnston. Activities Board First Row: R. Meaghan, B. Carter, F. Houts. Second Row: E. Fiebiq, M. Eastridge, N. Doss, R. Evans. A TRIBAL RITUAL among r ,!|.:j. 5fua. dormitory It ' s quite a ritual! jr.-.d night kiss at the door. At a women s Social Board First Row: S. Hutchins, J. Mazza, A. Austin. S. Davis. Second Row: J. Rogers, J. McGinnis, C. Smith, S. Lorenz. Judiciary Board First Row: L. Adamitz, S. Roberts, M. Huey. L. Edmonds, M. Allison. Second Row: C. Brown, K. Lorenz. S. Clemens, K. Lupton. JOANNE SAR says, " If the shoe fits wear it, " during Mind Your Man- ners Week. •507 Fdirchild House, Officers First Row: S. Hadacek, K. Walters, M. Gingery, N. Schnei- der. Second Row: N. Rinehlmer, S. Ausland, J. JInkinson. J. Schock, New Student Council First Row: A. Stearns, N. Robertson, D. Danico, N. Stokes, M. Skarin, C. Buffington. Second Row: J. Okubo, T. Shope, C. Heritage, C. Trope, R. Walk, B. Olson, B. Hvidston, V. Driscoll, C. Wagner. Executive Council First Row: C. Brown, A. Toogood, R. Hansen, T. Shope, M. Bilsland, C. Moran. Second Row: N. Moulin, J. Mazza, S. Lauger, M. Lyon, M. Huey, R. Meaghan. Unit Two, Officers First Row: F. Focht, F. Houts. Second Row: R. Evans, S. Park, B. Bilsland. Unit Three, Officers First Row: E. Rouse, M. Klingler, J. Von Voltenburg, J. Kennedy. Second Row: N. Anderson, P. Johnston, V. Aisner, C. Smith, R. Watklns. U nit Four, Officers First Row: D. Sweet. P. Stewart. Second Row: S. Musgrove, D. Paris, B. Pestotnik. N. Kaln. Unit Five, Officers First Row: N. Sweitzer, S. Leake, A. Schmidt, C. Fassero. Second Row: B. Lange, C. Kinney, N. O ' Neill, S. Sweitzer, M. Pushor. AT FIRST, bridge playing is a before and after dinner pastime, then, with practice, it becomes an all absorbing mania. lit Unit Six, Officers First Row: M. Livingston, B. Stricter, N. Hendryx. Second Row: M. Daniels, D. Highland, C. Wieck, L. Harff. Unit Seven, Officers First Row: N. Doss, T. Svoboda, S. Fox. Second Row: M. Sltarin, J. White, M. Downs, C. Hurst. M Unit Eight, Officers First Row: R. Hale, J. Moeller, M. Fennema. Second Row: S. Gray, M. Carpenter, J. Bascom, P. White, J. Okubo. Unit Nine, Officers First Row: J. Moore, J. Farley. J. Sar. Second Row: R. Oelerich, V. Classen, C. Wetzell, N. Ander son. Unit 10, Officers First Row: A. Karrys, D. Clement, K. Ackerman, M. Peter- son, J. Bravender, D. Hall. Second Row: L. Bumann, P. Murray, S. Brown, C. Schneck- loth, N. Chamberlain. Unit I I, Officers First Row: K. Rix, J. Couser, K. Armstrong. Second Row: G. Mendenhall, C. Longstreet, M. Sackett, P. Beard. H i i f Unit 12, Officers First Row: G. Richmond, M. Moelk. J. Stoddard. Second Row: C. Wagner, K. Korbelil, D. Bartlow, B. Red- man. B ' i Unit 13, Officers First Row: A. Stearns. N. Johnson. L. Wilklns. B. Karsh. Second Row; C. Watts, M. Morrison. M. McKInley, S. Kromer, S. Wilson, L. Brown. Unit Eight, Officers First Row: D. Steele. S. White, S. Christner, N. Brundage. Second Row; M. Rodeen, B. Wendhausen, M. Eckley. Watson House, Officers First Ro w: C. Lee. D. Dougherty. M. Hughes. Second Row; S. Campbell, J. Croft, D. Canby, J. Peckumn, N. Sussman. n Cottages Six and Seven First Row; K. Bump, J. Veenker. F. Bobrove. Second Row; P. Martens, E. Crawford, R. Willman, C. Hick. Dye House, Officers First Row: D. Kuchel. M. Wallen. M. Meeker, S. Baker. Second Row: J. Thoma, D. Collin, C. Nelson, K. Allen. I BURGE HALL, being built at an estimateo i.osf o( five mliliun ul dating 1289 women. jvtr one square block, accommo- Burge Hall, New Women ' s Dorm Brick by brick, Burge Hall is developing into one of the finest women ' s dormitories in the na- tion. At an estimated cost of five million dollars, the dormitory, covering one square block, will accommodate 1289 women. To keep the huge building as home-like as possible, it will be divided into four " houses " or wings. Each house will be fur- ther broken up into units, each having a kitchenette and a lounge. In keeping with the exterior, the rooms will be of contempo- rary design. PRESIDENT HANCHER looks on as the cornerstone is lowered into place. MW Sm ' 402 E i ' - » JANE SIEPKER »eems to be at the point where a little advice from Sarah Scott would be helpful, if it were legal — Westlawn SuiniiKrriiiK ' tor nurses Iniiiii; :n est- lawii iiK-ant extra treats such as water- melon parties and free movies. This dormitory housed approximately .?()() residents, not only junior and senior student nurses, Init graduate and practical nurses, dietitians and other persons con- nectetl with hospital work. In the winter, the nurses held a formal, " Caps Caprice, " and Jean Stock receixed the ' estlawn crown. OFFICERS President Idlen Park Vice-President . . . Sue Wisgerhoff Secretary Nancy Kacere Treasurer joy Hansen Council First Row: J. Jansen, I. Day, H. Wisgerhof, E. Park, J. Stock, N. Kacere. Second Row: C. Kolker, D. DenBeste, J. Rittenmeyer, G. Shoup, S. Smith, B. Samuelson, J. Godbersen, C. Dodge, J. Klingler, S. Cunningham. Ani Judiciary Board Left to Right: K. Van Ginlcel, L. Miller, C. Ashland, J. Klingler, G. Spencer, N. Daly, B. Michel. Publicity Board First Row: L. Witteltind. Second Row: H. Himrod. M. Hobart, E. Whitten. Third Row: K. Bruce, J. Stock. GLADYS SHOUP, Carolyn Kolker and Isabelle Day buy a few essen- tians at the Westlawn PRN store. NURSES take time out for coffee, comics and records. PRACTICING for a possible domestic role are Marion Reindley, Donna Welland and Sara Cun- ningham. 404 JEAN STOCK w,. Caprice. " (Owned queen of the WesHawn formal, " Caps Activities Board Left to Right: J. Schneider, G. Norman, B. Samuelson, D. Treloar, J. Dodge. Practical Nurses First Row: J. Bryan, C. Grapp. B. Anderson, V. Poock. Second Row: M. Preston, P. Otto, J. Lininger. Third Row: J. Lous, B. Woode, P. Grundmeier. Fourth Row: S. Malmberg, H. Bartels, R. hluber. Social Board Standing: J. Newcomer, E. Coolc. S. Smith, S. Scott. Sitting: S. Marsden, F. Davis. 4nR WIN a iev LOSE a fev 4nA r - ■■;. .. -4 . .J. ' • . " i ' --. ■ Bi ' U.»« tf ■HHki ' ' - 1 Off -Campus ' To ' (■ uiii- ii l ir (omplrlr liiiiu ; ; ■ liiiuliDii ■lihirli t- lii( alKiu li(i In dhrharcii-. " — Spencer 407 First Row: K -,c., _. ' _■_., J. Sr-i •■ . J. Hofrichfer, K. Herrick, K. Reed. Second Row: C. Morton, M. Davis. K. Ruppert, M. Sutton. P. Shad, S. Cox. Third Row: G. Garner. D. Thomas, S. Faupet, D. Salasek, M. Ryan. J. Traverse. Fourth Row: B. McShane, J. Wicks, C. AernI, J. Luett, E. LuchL Prcsiilent . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer . OFFICERS Suzanne Smith Betsy Funke Karen Herrick Jane Hofrichtcr Town Women THIS EATING HABIT takes some serious conten plation. Women li in off campus didn ' t miss out on any of the uni ersit ' acti ' ities. Through their Independent Town ' omcn ' s oroani ation, the were represented on Student Council, AWS and WRA. Socialwise, in coUahoration with Town Men, the yroup hekl such e ents as a huttet supper, a fall picnic, a ha ' ridc, a c;u ' d part and a winter toboggan part ' . As if these social functions weren ' t enough. Town %)men also held mixers after most ol their business meetmgs. In the spring. Town Women sent representatives to the National Independent Students Association Con- vention held at Oklahoma A. and M. 408 Town Men An mloi ' mui inittct hcL;an the activities ol the lOwn Men ' s AssoeiatKin tins ear. I own Men is a social ornani ation loi " all sttnlents I ' ooiniiiL; in pri- vate homes in Iowa Cit . I eainiii! with the I own Women ' s Association, I own Men constructed the homecoming Hoat which took secoiul place tropin in the originalit ' division. Mixers with rown Women contrihutetl to this v ear ' s social acti ltv which was lociised on the winter and spring lormals. First Row: R. Curtis. R. Setzer. J. Elkin, H. Squler, R. Prusok. Second Row: M. Larson. J. Leweck, L. Anderson. J. Will, J. Miller. Third Row: B. Graef, T. Ayres, J. Baugh, O. O ' Connell. Fourth Row: D. Seaton, C. Asche, R. Knudtson, R. Prusok. •■. ' 1 WHAT CAN this trio be planning with such sober Oil ici:rs Presitlcnt Alan Scjuicr ' icc-Presl(lent . . . jack j ' dkin Secretarv i ' Set ei " Treasurer i .vie Ware Married Students Almost one out ot c cry tour SL I students mixed wedding hells and textbooks this year. Many of the married students on campus, a rarit before World War II, became in- -ol eii m the housinij rent issue. The availability of married student hous- ing was quite a problem, too, for there were 698 occupied temporary barracks and 696 students on the waiting list. But liate er the woes, the married stu- dent population kept expanding. WITH A BRIGHT-EYED STARE, Susan Keeton watches TV. To Dad it ' s old stuff. WHILE HUSBANDS STUDIED, the wives occupied themselves with bridge. PARENTS AND COMPANY embark on a Sunday afternoon stroll. 410 COMES THE Dawn and the wintry sun strikes the roofs of the married student barracks as the occupants prepare for another day of classes. SERVICE with a smile. Parklawn residents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Collin, have coffee before leaving for class. DADDY thinks that book is hard to understand, but wait until he tries to put this drum together. d I LACK ,.-J qu -arrled students continues to be a problem at SUI. BUT DADDY, I thought we were going to have a Christ- mas tree as high as the celling? The Mike Wallcers ' have a problem! GET READY, get set, and there go Tim, Kevin and Becky Mines. A O MR. AND MRS. EDWIN L. BERNER, ho encouraged me to be come editor, inspired the idea for the theme and gave me the moral support to see the book completed. Recognition " Thank sou " sc ' cms in;ulc(]u;Uc to thank all those who made " The rime of ' ' ()Lii- I.ilc " possible. Fo in |iarents, without whose suppoit I eoiiid nexer ha e been eilitoi " . To ni lather, whose firolession as a watehinaker i(a e me the idea for the theme. In a larger sense to all parents who have iiKule it possible tor their ehilclren to reeene an education. I ' o Wilbur Peterson the H.WVKK ' i ' K adxiser. without whose direetion and help the earbook would ne ei ' ha c been completed. To Bob Strawn, the chief photou,raplier, who cheered tlie editor anil put personal interests aside to make picture ileadlines. To (ireta Leinbach, Shelley Greenberg and Shelle ' Colin, who sta ed In me di.irm- the last final rush. To all the section editors mIio ■ere prompt in i.jettin,u their stories in. To jerrv Mosey, Walter Klein, Bratl Bathe ' and joAnn Moore, Daily Icizinii photooraphers, who contributed their time and pictures when we needed them most. To the many ident and iiulex woi kers who workeil taithtulK to the eml. To all the Universitx departments who co-operateil with stor inlormation ami pictures makinn a ditHcult job easier. To the main who L;a e the editor " a lilt " with a friendK smile or a word ot encourau;ement. I sa ' thank ou. The Time ol Mv l.ile is tinished. As a senior I hope that all students will strue to till e ery moment ol their college careers with a est lor Ining. An especial thank to ou: . . . Mr. Roliert Collins ol ' l ' ' ,conom Advertising Co., Iowa City, who did the printing . . . Clarence IJnash of Juonomy Ad ertising Co., Iowa City . . . Miss (iene McRae of Southwestern I ' .ngra ing Company, Tulsa, Okla. . . . Mr. R. C. Walker, South- western I ' jigraving Company, Tulsa, Okla. . . . Mr. Robert Dillev, Dilley Manufacturing Com- pain, Des Moines, Iowa, who printed the cover . . . Mr. Charles Kent of Kent Studio, who took the pictures of the Oueens ami attenilants . . . fniwrsitv Photo Ser -ice, who took the senior and fraternity pictures . . . Mr. John I larrison, [)ublisher. 1 Editor Topical Index Acacia, 340-341 Air Force Rifle Team, 303 Air Force Seniors, 300 Air Force Staff, 297 Alpha Chi Omega, 310-311 Alpha Chi Sigma, 261 Alpha Delta Pi, 312-313 Alpha Delta Sigma, 282 Alpha Epsilon Pi, 342-343 Alpha Kappa Gamma, 282 Alpha Kappa Kappa, 262 Alpha Kappa Psi. 285 Alpha Lambda Delta, 257 Alpha Phi Omega, 278 Alpha Tail Omega, 344-345 Alpha Xi Delta, 314-315 American Pharmaceutical Ass ' n, 270 Army Rifle Team, 303 Armv Seniors, 301 Army Staff, 297 Art Department, 206-209 Associated Students of Dentistry, 279 Associated Students of Engineering, 271 Associated omcn Students, 240-242 B Band, Concert, 202 Band, Marching, 203 Baseball, 164 Basketball, Freshman, 162 Basketball Games, 157-161 Basketball Team, 156 Beta Alpha Psi, 259 Beta Rho Alpha, 251 Beta Theta Pi, 346-347 Billy Mitchell Squadron, 298 Board of Student Publication, 228 Burgc Hall, 402 Cadet Corps, 296 Central Partv Committee, 230-231 Cheerleaders, 140-141 Chi Epsilon, 258 Chi Omega, 316-317 Chorus, 2 04-205 Christian Council, 292 Collegiate Chamber of Commerce, 275 Commons, 392-393 Cross Country, 165 Currier Hall, 394-401 D Daily lowan, 224-225 Deans and Directors, 66-72 Delta Chi, 348-349 Delta Delta Delta, 318-319 Delta Gamma, 320-321 Delta Sigma Delta, 266-267 Delta Sigma Pi, 279 Delta Sigma Rho, 260 Delta Tau Delta, 350-351 Delta Theta Phi, 276 Delta L ' psilon, 352-353 Delta Zeta, 322-323 Disciples Student Fellowship, 290 Dolphin Club, 273 Fall, 18-35 Fencing, 166 Football Coaches, 145 Football Games, 146-152 Football Team, 144-145 Forensics, 260 Gamma Alpha Chi, 280 Gamma Delta, 289 Gamma Phi Beta, 324-325 Golf, 167 Governor ' s Day, 305 Greek Week Committee, 247 Gymnastics, 163, 168 H Handler, President, 64-65 Hawkeye, 218-221 Hawk-i Pep Club, 232 Highlanders, 236 Hillcrest, 382-387 Home Economics Club, 248 I Inter-Dorm Presidents ' Council, 380 Inter-Fraternity Council, 338 Inter-Fraternity Pledge Council, 339 International Club, 233 Inter-Religious Council, 289 Iowa Christian I ellowship, 293 Iowa Mountaineers, 250 Iowa Transit, 274 J Junior Panhellenic Council, 309 K Kappa Alpha Theta, 326-327 Kappa Epsilon, 280 Kappa Kappa Gamma, 328-329 414 I. Law Student Council. 278 Lettcrnicn ' s Club, 173 Lutheran Stuckiit Association. 290 M Marketing Club, 2S4 Married Students, 410-412 Medical Student Council, 272 Miss SUI Pageant l)oard, 252 Mortar Board, 25 5 N National Awards, 153 Newman Club, 291 Nu Sigma Nu, 264 O Occupational TlKrain Club, 281 Old Gold Davs, 249 Omicron Delta Kappa, 254 Orchestra, 204-205 Outstanding Athletes, 142-143 Panhellenic Council, 3(l8 Pershing RiHes Compan 1!, 299 Pershing Rifles Reg. IL].. 302 Phi Alpha Delta, 276 Phi Alpha Mu, 25 7 Phi Beta Pi, 263 l h: Delta IMu, 277 Phi Delta Theta, 354-35 5 Phi l psilon Kappa, 283 Phi I ' lpsilon Pi, 35 6-357 Phi (.aninia Delta, 35 8-359 Phi C.auinia Nu, 281 Phi Kappa, 360-361 Phi Kappa Psi, 362-363 Phi Kappa Sigma, 364-365 Phi Rho Sigma, 205 Pi Beta Phi, 330-331 Pi Kappa Alpha, 366-367 Pi Tau Sigma, 259 Pontoniers, 302 Psi Omega, 268 Q Quadrangle, 388-391 (Jueens, 176-189 Queen Attendants, l ' ' ll-2(MI R Ro er Williams, 293 Seniors, 73-1 37 Sigma Alpha h ' .psilon. 368-369 Sigma Chi, 370-371 Sigma Delta Tau. .U2- } Sigma Nu, 372-373 Sigma Phi Kpsilon, 374-375 Sigma ' I ' heta Tau, 256 South Quatlrangle, 381 Spring, 48-01 Student Christian Council. 292 Student Council. 2.54-235 Student Nurses ( )rgani ation, 283 Swimming, 169 T Tau Beta Pi, 25 8 Television, 226-227 Tennis, 170 Theater, 210-216 Theta Tau, 284 Theta Xi, 370-377 Town Men, 409 T(nvn Women, 408 Track, 171 M I ' nion r.oard, 238-239 ' arsity Rifle Team. 304 w Westlawn, 4(13-405 Winter, 44-47 Women ' s Recreational Association, 244-240 Wrestling, 172 WSIT, 222-223 Young Democrats, 237 Young Republicans. 248 YWCA, 243 Z Zeta Tau Alpha. 334-335 415 Student Index Abbott, David W., 363 Abel, Richard Brett, 363 Abrahams, Howard A.. 343 Abrams. Marlene E., 333 Accola, Kay Jean. 252. 242, 238. 317. 283 Acer, John Whedon, 91, 258 Ackerman, Kay, 400 Ackerman, Norma Ruth, 101 Ackerman, Verlyn D., 137 Adam, David Philip, 363 Adamitz, Linda Joy, 397. 101, 244. 245 Adams. Franklin T., 231 353 Adams, James Marty, 97 Adams, Mary Jane, 317. 257 Adamson, William M.. 367 Addis. Winston Clark. 298 Aeling, Jack Lavern, 263 Aerni. Carol Mae, lOI. 408 Affre, John Robert, Jr., 384 Ahlgren, Louise Anne, 101 Aisner, Vicki Lee. 243, 398 Albertson. Gary Earl, 355 Albertson, Jan Einar. 355 Albrecht. Lavlna B., lOI Albrecht, John M., 315 Aldershof, John Dale, 349 Aldrich. Richard E.. 279, 75 Aleby, S., 319 Ales. Mary Louise, 323 Alexander, Carole R.. 327 Alexander, Margaret A., 248. 313 Alexander. Richard J., 261 Alredson. Jack W., 285 Allbee. Harvey G., Jr., 97. 276 Allbee, Lois Joann, 315 Allen, B.. 319 Allen. Dudley J., 97 Allen, John Hamlin, 276 Allen, Karen Lucille. 401 Allen. Sandra Louise, 319 Allen. Stewart, 375 Alley, William Gene, 260, 361 Allison, Marilyn J., 397 Aim. Virginia Ellen, 220, 248. 235. 232, 315 Alter. Milton Stanley, 75 Ambrisco, William J., 75, 279 Amdahl, Ardith Ann, 185, 313 Amelon, Earl Duane, 298 Amundson, Alfred, Jr., 75 Anama, Janene Rae, 101, 331 Anderson, Dewey R., 91. 258 Anderson, Harvey J., 75, 279 Anderson, Richard G.. 91 Anderson, Zoe Ann. 101. 281 Anderson, Beverly B., 405 Anderson, Billy Dean, 75 Anderson, Charles W.. 167, 273 Anderson, Clifton Lee. 263 nderson, Dwight Dean, 268 Anderson, Gary W., 91, 259 Anderson, Gordon Dale. 353 Anderson, Greta M., 392. 393 Anderson, Harlan R., 75 Anderson, Janet Rae, 393, 331 Anderson, Jay Harold. 125 Anderson, John B., 101 Anderson. John Edwin. 137 Anderson, John R., 262 Anderson, Louis I.. 409 Anderson, Nancy Lou, 400 Anderson, Nancy K.. 398 Anderson, Neil Martin, 391 Anderson, Paul M., 263 Anderson, Richard D., 167 Anderson, Robert L., 273 Anderson, Robert S., 299 Anderson, Rodney A.. 101, 171, 297, 254, 391 Anderson, Stanley N., 101 Anderson, Suzanne B., 131 Anderson, Thomas I., 375 Anderson, William R.. 125, 272 Andreasen, James H., 97, 276 Andreen, Lorayne M., 317 Andrew. Carolyn Sue, 319 Andrews. Arthur W., 170 Andrews. David Joseph, 162, 371, 298 Andrews, James Gordon. 258 Andrews, Judith Maud, 523 Andrews, Tedford G., Jr., 91, 284 Ankerstjerne, Janet J.. 313, 257 Anstine, Robert Lee, 239, 235, 375 Anton, Duane Ray, 345 Apland, Richard A., 75 Appleby, Bruce C. lOI Archer, Bernard T., 265 Archibald, Joe, 101 Arendts, Darrell E., 101, 377, 300 Arens, James Edward, 259, 75 Armiger, Carmen Rose, 131 Armstrong, Joel Dean, 144 Armstrong, K. Elaine, 400, 242, 317 Armstrong, Maclay M., 86, 266 Arnold, Merle Jay, 251 Arnold, Thomas Court, 363 Arntal, Doris M.. 331 Arp, Audrey Ann, 131 Arp, Jean Williams, lOl Arterburn, Connie J., 315 Artus, Diane Sue, 231, 245. 325 Arvin, Robert Powers, 369 Asarch, Gloria Sue, 337 Asche, Clarence W., 409 Ashby, James Dean, 75 Asher, Jean Elizabeth, 323 Asher, Mary Lou, 252, 242, 321 Ashland, Corlne Mae, 404 Ashline, John William. 101, 262 Ashton, Jane Blanche, 236 Ashton, Janet Ann, 101 Aspland, Carl Edwin, 391 Atheson, J., 327 Atherton, Sharon Lea, 31 1 Atz. Roger Dean, 284 Augustine, John C, 353 Ausberger, Robert Lee, 355 Ausland, Susan Kay, 398 Austin, Anna Belle, 397. 244, 245 Avery, James Roger, 349 Axline, William T., Jr.. 137. 270 Ayres, Thomas Angler, 409 B Baact, Rolyn Ernest, 91, 377. 306. 259 Baas. Barbara Ellen, 75. 281 Bachmann, Mathilda A., 101 Bader. Shirley Jean, 282. 88 Baerwald, Dean Lyie, 300 Bagby, Barbara M., 319 Bailen, Harold Norman, 263, 279 Bailey, Carol Fay, 245, 315 Bailey, Frances B., 325 Bailey. J., 327 Bailey, Nancy Jo. 24 ' ( Bailey. Robert Arthur, 363 Bailey, Sandra Lee. 101 Bailie, Samuel Edward, 273 Bails, Robert Lewis. 298 Bain, Deborah Jean, 101 Bainter. Harlan W.. 97 Baird. Nathaniel, 277 Baird. William C. Jr.. 261 Baker, Bonnie Ann. 323 Baker, Mary Elizabeth, 315 Baker, Nancy Lou, 101, 317 Baker, R. Michael. 367 Baker. Robert H.. 277 Baker. Robert S., 10! Baker, Susan E.. 401. 235, 311 Bakritges, Chris Nick, 263 Baldrige, John Edwin, 276 Baldwin, Betty Joan, 331 Baldwin, Lawrence G., 268 Baldwin, Nathan W.. 353 Ballaqh. Robert M., 263 Ballard. John David, 101, 230, 254, 355 Bambenek, Mary Alan, 261 Bane. James Julian. 363 Bane, Rodney Stewart. 266 Banjak, Stephen J., 168 Bannister. Keith M., 298 Banwell, Sheila T., 13! Baratta. Phyllis Ann. 282 Barbee, Walter W.. 221. 278 Barber, William. 349 Barck, Richard Thomas, 91 Barker, Carolee. 236. 245, 313 Barker, Shirley Lee. 101, 315 Barlow, Charles E.. 101 Barmish. Louis David, 101, 357 Barnes. Arthur Eddy. 263 Barnes. David Charles, 363 Barnes, Wayne Joseph, 86, 266 Barnhart, William C, 353 Barnhill. Morris D.. 172 Barnum. Dennis Lee. 101 Barr, Lonson Lee. 353 Barrett, James Tudor, 88. 268 Barrett. Jean J.. 101, 331 Barry. Robert John. 303 Barskeu. K.. 319 Bartels. Donita June. 125 Bartels. Hazel D., 405 Barthelme. James P., 367 Bartholomew, Donald C. 384. 285 Bartlett. Phil B., 238, 363, 339, 338 Bartlett, Susan Kay. 313 Bartlow, Donna Louise, 401, 315 Barton, Sharon Jean. 282 Bartz. Richard Otto, 75 Baschky. Richard, 216 Bascom. Joann C. 400 Bashara, Jerome G., 375 Baskerville, Richard W.. 277 Bassler. Thomas J.. 265 Bassman, Martin G., 343. 282 Batcheller. Charles W.. 375 Batcher. Robert E.. 371 Bates, B., 327 Bates, Charles Robert, 97 Bates, Plenny J., 125 Bateson. Bette Jean, 236, 331 Bateson. Robert Rule. 254, 277 Bathey, Irvin Merrill, 285 Bathey, Bradley Scott, 166, 301 Bauer, Barbara Ann, 319 Baugh, Jackie Linton, 409, 237 Bouma, John. 254 Baumann. William C, 101, 262 Bavender, Dorede P., 101 Bavender. Gregory C. 75 Baxter, Marilynn Ruth, 101, 327, 308 Beach. Rex Herbert. 273 Beams, David W., 101 Bean, Karen Rae, 282 Bear, James Edward, 91, 259, 258 Beard. John Paul. 279 Beard. Phyllis, 400 Beauchamp, Daniel Lee. 75 Beck. Alfred William. 385 Beck, Byron J., 277 Beck. Craig Allen, 220, 351 Beck. LyIe Vern. 391 Beckett. R.. 259 Beckway. Gayle, 315, 309 Bedell. Donald Edward, 144 Beer, Dean Arthur, 351 Behm, Gary Wilson, 101 Behr. Rodney Eugene. 75 Behrends, Robert John. 353 Behrendsen. Jerry Lee, 101 Behrendsen, Ruth Ann. 101 Belghtol, Donald E.. 369 Beisel, Barbara Mae. 329 Beitcher. Jay L.. 343 Bsll, James Raymond. 264 Bellls, Gerald Lowell, 345 Belt, Bert Harvey, Jr., 355 Beltman, Jerry W., 91, 258 Belvel, Donna Ruth, 131, 31 1 Bemus, Dean Harold. 264 Benbow, John Maxfleld, 289, 292 Bender, Jane Emma. 327 Bendixen. Charles D., 298 Bendixen, Romaine L., 298 Bendsen. Jean Louse. 393 Bendsen. Richard L.. 384 Benfer, Lawrence M.. 363 Benge, Sue Yvonne, 75, 281 Bengtson, Susan E. H., 131 Benhart. Barbara Joan. 248 Benner. Robert Bruce. 351 Bennett, Carroll Lee. 75 Bensley, Harlan L., 168 Benson, Elbert Emil. 391 Benson. She reen Kay. 311 Benton, Mary Lee. 131 Benz, Robert Rex, 167, 369, 388 Beran, Frank Van. Jr.. 264 Berck. Ira Stephen, 357 Berenstein. Marvin S.. 101, 238, 357, 338 Berg, Norman William. 101 Berg, Redge Olander. 355 Bergeman. Barbara Ann. 392, 101 Berger, Elizabeth Ann, 325 Bergeson, John Emlin. 101 Berggren. Barbara M., 101 Bergman. Shirley Mae. 101 Bergquist Sharon Sue. 317 Bergstrom. Mary C. 230, 331 Bergstrom, Wayne A.. 101 Berkson. Edward Jay, 357 Bernauer, Mitzi P., 101. 317 Berner, Ann Marie, 101, 325, 255 Bernstein, Robert D.. 357 Bernstein, Stanley J., 167, 357 Berray. Robert W., 97 Berry. Susan Mason. 325 Berst. Carol Florence. 131 Berst, Gordon Kay, 75 Besley, Keith W.. 266 Betensky, Ellis I.. 357 Bettis. William Carl, 75 Betz. Leighton Arthur. 165. 171 Beukelman, David Paul, 347 Bevan, James William. 137 Bezman. Frona June. 333 Bias, Robert Harold, 125 Bier, Gene Austin, 239, 363 Bierbaum, Benjamin E., 262. 272 Bierbaum. Sandra Ann, 249, 244. 243. 241, 240. 239, 231. 317 Bigalk, Lester C, 341, 338 Billings, Anna May, 101 Billings, Wayne Lee, 101 Bilsland, Barbara Joy, 398, 282 Bilsland, Margie Kay. 395, 398 Bird. Margaret Anne. 101, 244 BIrkbeck, Mary Carol. 323 Bishop, David Allen. 101 Biskup, Loree D.. 313 Bittle. James Lloyd, 341 Bittner. B., 311 Biaastad. Kathryn M., 245 Bjornstad. Barbara A.. 321 Biurstrom. Dale E., 101 Black, Barbara J.. 281 Black. James Allen, 351 Black. James Franklin. 101 Black. Linda Jane. 101 Black. Thomas Floyd. 101 Blackstock, Benjam ' n. 347 Blackstone. Joan Lee. 311 Bladon, Doyle G.. 268 Bladon, Lavern A., 279. 268 Blakey. Marian Sue. 101 Blanford. Tobey M.. 101 Blankenhorn, Bruce I., 101 Blanshan, John Harry, 276 Blaufuss, Donna C. 341, 321 Blayney, Keith Dale, 284 Bleakly, Edward W.. 341 Bleasdell. Robert J., 262 Bleich, Lavonne M., 131 Bliss, David Paul. 285. 75 Blodgett, James M., 268 Blome, Donald Arthur, 101 Bloomquist, Frank W., 75, 254, 173, 144 Blough, Norma Lee, 245 Blue. Lance Conde, 351 Bluedorn, Susan Ann, 101, 281 Blum, Richard Y., 277 Blume, Emilie Claire. 319 416 Blunt, Charles H., 235. 281 349 Blutt, Constance E., 75 Boatman, Dennis Lee, 363 Bobenhouse, Rictiard H., 345 Bobroff, Sherry Lee, 333 ' Bobrove, Florence L.. 401 396 235 257 Bock, Betty June, 319 Bock. Virginia Mae. 101 Bock, William Charles, 263 Boehm. Charles Roland 101 301 381. 380 ... Boehmler. Barbara. 231, 192, 317 Boehner. Elizabeth A., 239. 236. 321 Bceke. Barbara Jean, 233, 202, 317 Boeke, Larry Harold, 341 Boeke, Peter Reece, 86, 266 Boerner. Carolyn L., 137, 280 Bogert. Harold Roy. 91 Bogert. John Alden. 86. 273. 266 Bogert, Ralph Baker, 273 Boghosian, Edward M.. 261 Bohlender. John W., 353 Bohlken, Marlene J.. 88, 315 Boley, Eugene Conlee, 75 Bolhuis. Henry James. 75 Bollng. Bruce Dwight. 101. 292 Bolstad, Robert Dean. 75 Bomkamp, Donald F., 265 Bomkamp, Loraine Mary, 101 Bond, John Thomas, 262 Bondi. Richard Leon, 239. 232. 357 Bonstead. Paul Arthur. 37 Bookey. Fred E., 232. 357 Bookln. Jerome Irwin. 102. 263 Bookin. Michael, 357 Bookin, Sylvia Diane, 333 Boosalls, Micholas C, 373 Booth, Dorothy Ann. 131 Borcherding, Donald L.. 125, 262 Borgman, Robert Lee. 264 Born. Sally Anne. 325 Borts. Robert Allen, 353. 298 Boshart. Ronald John. 373 Bosma. Shirley Mae. 248 Bossrock. Ronald M.. 194 Boss. Richard William. 341 Bossen. Lee George, 347 Bougdanos, Michael S., 302, 373 Bouma. John Jacob. 102 355 301 304, 277 Bousek, Wayne Edward, 91 Bowen, Donald Leonard, 102, 173, 144 Bowers. Shirley Ann, 102. 315 Bowersox, Carol E., 248 Sowker. Eugene L.. 86 Bowlus. Kay Francis. 335 Bowman, Bonnie, 335. 309 Bowman. Neta Mare. 335 Bowne. Mary Ann. 325 Boyer. James Lee. 351 Boyer. Ronald Ross. 102 Boylan. Richard Fay. 221, 389, 231 Boyle, Stephen F., 102 Boyson. Bruce F.. 375 Braby. Howard Hugh, 125 Bradbury. David R., 304, 363 Brady. Howard Hugh, 263 Brady. Ruth Sharon. 236. 321 Braley. Edward Miller. 268 Braman. Marvin Lee. 355 Brandenburg. Robert C, 75 369 297 Brandt. John F.. 373 Brauer. William W.. 262 Braun. Karl Gottlieb. 137 Braun. Robert William. 220, 231, 375 Bravender. Judy Ann. 400. 325 Braverman. Elolse D.. 333 Braverman. Marlene B.. 333 Brawner. Robert R.. 91 Brazil. Dorothy Jean. 281 Brechler. Donald C. 91. 258 Bremner. John Barron 239 353 173 283. 144 Brender. Susan Irene. 75. 281, 275 Brendes, Beverly Ann, 102 Brenholdl. James P.. 300 Brennan. Terrence D.. 371 Brennecke. Allen E.. 359 Brenneman, James C.. 298 Brescia. Vincent T.. 278 Brese. David Kenneth. 303 Breyfogle. Newell D.. 283 Briden. Frank Earle. 102 Bridgeford. Loretta M.. 335 Brieske. Marvin Lyie. 258 Brigham. Herbert P., 102 Bright, Jeraldine F., 329 Briglia, Richard E.. 216 Brindley. Daniel R.. 91 Briney. Stanley R.. 102 Bring. Robert Leroy, 103 162 353 173 . . . Brinker. Jerry Ellis. 272. 262 Bristow. Jack Lane. 375 Britton, CIHton J., 97. 276 Britton, Constance J. 103 235 88 329 ... Britton, Joy Marine, 75, 280 Britton, Ma,-y Hale. 329. Brockett. Susan M., 329 Broders, Roger Emil. 75 Broer, Richard Neil. 341 Brogan, William L.. 91. 259, 258 Broholm, Barbara. 220. 236, 317 Broholm, Russell. 125. 263 Brokaw. Jack Ouane 102 Brooke, T., 371 Brookhart. J. Keith. 302 Brookman. Sydney L., 236. 329 Brotherton. Douglas E.. 91. 274 Brotherton, Kenneth R., 268 Brouse, Vernon Allen. 91 Brown, Albert Charles, 384, 385 Brown, Barbara Jean, 313 Brown, Charles Arthur, 75, 279 Brown, Cheryl Diane, 395 398 397 241, 234 ... Brown, Donald Russell, 283 Brown, Donald Joseph. 97, 277 Brown Jack Harry, 102 Brown, Jean Elizabeth, 317 Brown, John Anthony, 171, 144 Brown, Joseph Dwight, 125 Brown, Linda Ann, 401, 242, 319 Brown, LyIe Leslie, 384 Brown, Milton Joseph, 97 Brown, Paula Louise. 102 Brown. Sandra Louise. 400 Brown, Susan B., 220. 327 Brown. WilTam Tracy. 102, 166, 266 Brubaker, Marsha 240 241 325 255 .... Bruce, John Charles, 298 Bruce. Kay Marie. 404 Bruckshaw. John. 363 Bruesch. Barbara Anne, 335 Bruinekool. Robert H., 279 Brundage, Nancy Jean, 401 Bruns, Dennis L., 156, 361 Bryan, Gordon Lee. 75 Bryan. Joyce Ann. 405 Buchanan. David R.. 91 Buche. Dale Kuntz. i265 Buchele, Walter J.. Jr., 251 203 Buchmlller. Dale. Jr.. 75 Buchwalter, Barbara J. 2 48 Buck, William Davis, 168 Bucking, H., 345 Buckles, Kenneth Lee, 203 Buckrop, Elizabeth M., 203 Budd. John Herbert, 355 Buechle, George T.. 125 262 Buechel, William R.. 75 Buenneke. Richard H.. 277 Butfington. Cherry. 242. 398 Buhn. Patricia Lynn, 395 Bulgren, William G.. 166 173 278 Bulkeley. Orland R., 103 ' Bulley. Mary Ellen, 321 Bullock, Jean, 103. 331 Bumann, Lois Jean. 400 Bump. Kathryn Jean. 395, 401 Bump. Richard Otis. 75. 284 285 Bump. Wilbur N., 97, 278, 277 Bunch, Sara Isabelle, 396 Bunch, William F., 105 Bunten. Ronald Keith. 367. 262 Bunting. Robert E.. 355 Buol. Mary Ann. 31 1 Burdick. Raymond G., 347 Buren, Kathleen Ann, 103, 325 Burge, John Linter. 353 Burgess. Carol Sue. 231 Burgess, Darrell D.. 125 Burgetl, Keith E.. 277 Burhans. Betsey M. 178 327 Burke. M. W.. 131 ' Burke. Mary Jo, 131 Burke, William Henry, 75 Burkhead. Sue Louise, 131 Burks, Philip Ernest. 391. 103 Burns. Floyd Emll. Jr.. 232. 359. 338 Burns. Gerald Edward, 298 Burns, Karen Heather. 321 Burns. Robert Lee. 385 985 75 284 301. 304 • • . Burrlngton. A., 327 Burrows. John R., 277 Burrows, Tom Gury, 171, 371, 173 Burt. Gerald Dennis. 261 Burton. Bruce Leon. 351 Burton. William R.. 353 Busch. Wilbur Henry T.. 91. 284 Butcher. Nancy Louise. I3l ' Butterdeld, Larry .B., 375 Buttier. Lavern Ray, 298 Bu«ton. Gerald W.. Jr.. 103 Bunton. Otho C. III. 359 Bye. Stanley Jon. 103 Byers. Robert D.. 277 Bylngton. Keith H.. 103 Byrne. Roger Joseph. 91 Bywater. Barbara E., 231, 331 Cacciatore, Richard F., 285. 75 Cahalan. Arthur B.. 268 Cahalan. John L.. 91 Cahalan, Richard E.. 298 Caldwell, Virginia L., 327 Calhoun, John Rains 97 301 297 304, 277 Calkins. Richard A., 262 Callaway. Carol S., 277 Camamo, Joseph Albert, 103. 171, 173 Cameron, Robert Roy. 263 Camp. Karen Christine. 131, 327 Campbell, Donald W.. 91 Campbell. Dorothy L.. ' 280 Campbell, Lloyd Lewis. 259 Campbell. Lois Ann 103 236 321 280 ... Campbell. Maryjo. 103 Campbell, Rodney Kent, 345 Campbell, Sheila Ann, 395, 401 Campbell, Suzanne R., 319 Campbell, Terry Fred, 371 Canar. Joyce Anne. 333 Canby. Diane Marie. 401. 242 235 327 Canedy, Dick W.. 277 Cantrell. Robert L.. 103 Caplan. Naomi Carol, 220. 333 Carew, Allen J., 277 Carleton. Christy. 331 Carlln, John Joseph. 276 Carlson. Donald Arvid. 232. 365 Carlson. Leonard Earl. 385 Carlson. Raymond M., Jr., 273 Carlson, Robert J.. 373 Carlson. Rodney R.. 263 Carlson, Samuel L., 285 Carlson, Vern Leroy, 91 Carlsson, Anders S., 168, 273 Carmichael, William H 75 251 259 373 .... Games, Becky Sue, 321 Carney, Wayne Leroy. 76. 353 Carpe. William Donald. 292 Carpenter. Harold S.. 76 Carpenter. Mary L.. 243. 400 Carpenter. Robert W.. 162 Carpenter. Samuel. 97 Carr. Donald Lee, 103 Carr, John Eddington 125 Carr, Willard Dewayne. 103 Carrier. William Lee. 373 Carroll. James L.. 266 Carroll. Ralph J.. 103 Carson. Leslie Orval. 76 Carson, Richard Alan, 375 Carson, Thomas Edward. 263 Carstensen. Clarice A., 323 Carstensen. Judith A.. 325 Carstensen. James A.. 232. 355 Carter. Barbara. 282. 396 Carter. David Ellis. 301 Carter. Dennis R., 303 Carter. James Harvey. 365 Carter. John Edward. 233 Carter. Louis Philip. 359 Carter. Marilyn P., 103 Carter, Myron Kay. 168 Carver. Jo Ann, 220, 231, 309, 317 Carver, Kendall Lynn. 284 Carver. Mary Lou. 317 Carver. Richard E.. 247. 359 Carver. Richard James. 266 Casady. Donald R.. 283 Casey. Colleen June. 236. 321 Casey. Keith William, 351 Casey. Patrick Terry. 279. 284, 377 Casiens. David W., 345 Castell. Hugh M.. 347 Caterine, James M,. 264 Cavanaugh. Maureen A.. 237 Cavanaugh. Mildred B.. 103 Cavey, Aubrey Alan. 373 Cerekwicki. Judith A., 311 Chaffee. Karen Kay. 235. 319 Chaikin. Stephen Alan. 357 Chalmers. Douglas K.. 345 Chamberlain. Maurice, 232, 353 Chamberlain. Gary Max. 103 Chamberlain. Nelda C. 400 Chamberlin. Charles R.. 76 Chambers. James G.. 103. 284 Chambers. John Daniel, 221 Chambers. Keith E.. 103 Chandler. Sally Maree, 323 Channer, John Malcolm, 263 Chapman, Allen Ray. 103, 301, 351 Chapman, Judith Ann, 327 Charl. Anatol. 86 Chase, Sheila Gall, 103, 323 Chelf, Donald Richard. 283 Chellanl. Srichand. 91 Cheng. Francisco C. 261 Cherry. Diane Adele. 241 244 245 315 Chesen. Gerald, 357 Chesterman, Nancy E.. 103. 255. 308 Chesterman. Susan C. 329 Cheville. Richard A.. 263. 272 Chiles. Jerald Edwin, 351 Chlpokas, Constantlne, 239, 359 Chlpokas, James L., 277 Chrlstensen, John A.. 365 Christensen, Mary L.. 236, 325 Chrlstensen. Maria Jo. 242. 313 Chrlstensen. David I.. 76 Chrlstensen, Sibyl M.. 103 Chrlstensen. Ronald I.. 91. 284 Christensen. Edwin L.. 76 Chrlstensen, Robert Q. 125 Christian. Karen J. 235 245 232 313 Christiansen, Mary K., 292 Christlanson, Karl J,, 144 Chrlstlanson, Roger K.. 359 Chrlstner. Susan E.. 401 Chrlstopherson. Rolf. 298 Christy. Phillip M.. 91. 258 Chua. Jonathan E.. 261 Church. James B.. 349 Claerhout, William A.. 273 Clapsaddle. Jack G.. 88 268 Clark, Betty Kay. 321 Clark. Blrdice Leo. 315 Clark. Bruce W.. 277 Clark. Charles B.. 125. 263 Clark. Judith Ann 235 236 257 260. 315 ■ . Clark. Mary Ann. 103. 321 Clark. Max William. 137 Clark, Nancy Peabody. 235 244 33l Clark. Richard Hollis. 144 Clark. Robert Gibson. 351 Clark. Thomas Joseph. 371 Clarke. Eric Lloyd. 165. 171 Clarke. Ernest Duane. 97 Clarke. Robert James, 292 Clarkln. Oonn Alan. 76 Clarkson. Sha ' on O-? 311 Classen, Vic Claus, Mars- Clause. Karen ujj j.)i 255 Clauson, Richard C, 144, 298 Cl3-,-pr Allan Wolfe, 357 " fs W.. 220. 367 ■ a Deane. 313 C .... „.,,e Merritf. 103 Clem. Robert C. 277 Clemens. Susan J.. 103. 244, 397 Clement. Dorothy C. 400 417 Cline. Edora Lee, 131 Cline, Phillip Edward, 170, 369 Coad, Thomas Frederic. 268 Coburn, William, Jr., 264 Cochran, David S., 277 Cochran, Jo Ann, 231. 321 Cochran, Wilbur P., Ill, 345 Coder, Douglas Blaine, 76 Coe, Debra Ann, 245 Coe, Merlin Dale, 261 Cohen, Elaine Frances, 88, 333 Cohen, James Alan, 343 Cohen, Kenneth L., 263 Cohen, Reva Leah, 333 Cohn, Gary Unger, 247, 357 Cohn, Rochelle Lynn, 333 Cohrs, Robert D., 97, 2 7 Cole, Julia Rose, 232, 239, 242, 327 Cole, Terry Franklin, 371 Cole, Thomas Harold, 103 Coles, James Henry, Jr., 167 Collin, Dorothy A.. 242. 401 Collin. Julianne E.. 103 Collin, Paul W.. 76 Collings. Thomas E.. 232, 349 Collins. George R.. 76 Collins. James A., 355 Collins. Larry Donald, 371 Collins, Nancy Anne. 323 Collins. Robert Louis, 339 Collins, Ruthmary. 243, 292. 313 Collins. T.. 220 Collison, Jacic Lee. 76 Colleton. John Emmett, 91 Colton, Marvin V.. 277 Colvin. Mary Jo. 131 Comer. William T.. 261 Comer. Mara M., 103 Commings. Robert C, 144 Compton. Barbara Jean, 88 Congdon. Ralph Horace. 359 Conklin, Janet Ida. 323 Conner. Wayne Leroy, 262 Conway, Francis S.. 125. 264 Conway. Gerald F.. 265 Cook. Estella Jean. 405 Cook. Thomas Howard. 279 Cook. Nancy. 260 Coombs, John Dudley, 299 Cooper, Ann Thon, 245, 254. 331 Cooper, Gertrude E., 220, 335 Cooper, Marna Wilene. 131 Cooper. Nigel Cookson, 233 Coover, Bradley J.. 367 Copeland. Walter Roy. 266 Copley. Grace G., 104 Coppotelli. Roy W.. 104, 301 Correy, Maurice A.. 266 Corsey, H., 311 Corson. Kent Comfort, 375 Corson, Natalie Lee. 325 Cottingham. Bette L., 325 Cotton, Jana Lois. 331 Courter. Lloyd W.. 254. 277 Couser. Jean Lavern, 281. 400, 395 Cowan, Robert Edwin, 266 Cowman. Stephen A.. 251 Cox. David Lawrence. 251 Cox. John David. 359 Cox. Sandra Jo. 104, -408 Coyle. Jack Harmon, Jr., 104 Cozzens. Austa Marie. 282 Craft. Louise Ellen. 325 Craft. Marilyn Kay. 104. 325 Craig, James William, 172, 173 Crandall, Charles D.. 221. 235. 349 Crane, Marcia Louise. 335 Crawford. Carol F.. 236 255 308 319 Crawford, Elaine L., 88. 282, 401 Crawford. Francis G., 298 Crawford. Rachel Ann. 321 Crawford. Robert L.. 137 Crawford, Russell E.. 371 Crawford, William J.. 91. 258 Crawley. Diane. 313 Crawley, Linda. 313 Creger. John M.. 277 Croft, Judy Ann. 236. 401 Crone. Pauline, 335 Cronin. Barry Jay, 343 Cronkleton. Thomas E., 125. 265 Crosby, Robert David. 361 Cross, Donald Paul. 104 Crosswait, Harlan G., 277 Croy, John Harvey, 298, 375 Crumley, David 8., 277 Culbertson, Townley P.. 261 Gumming, William W., 76, 371 Cundiff. John William, 282 Cunningham. Dennis D., 299 Cunningham, Roger J., 262 Cunningham, Sara. 283, 319, 403 Curtis, Donald Norman. 91. 258 Curtis ' , Mary Anne, 240. 241 Curtis, Robert Vern. 137. 409 Curtis, Sidney H., 125 Curtis, Stephen Jon, 363, 384 Custer, Norman Lee. 104, 263 Dafflitto, Joe John. 76 Dage, Caroll Lynn, 104. 351 Dahlberg, William H., 86, 266 Dahlhauser, Marvin J., 76, 285 Dahm, James Peter, 385 Dahnk, Donald Charles, 104, 361 Daley, Thomas F., Jr.. 276 Dalton. Joseph Murray. 76 Dalton, Thomas J., 76, 300, 351 Daly, Billy Lee, 104, 266 Daly, Nancy Lee. 404 Dameron, Donald Gene, 373 Damon. Meffle S., 88 Danden, D., 131 Daniuo, Diana Dee, 398 Daniel. Edward L., 369 Daniels, Clarke G., 125. 263 Daniels. Marie Lanore. 282. 400 Danneel, Clifford M., 263 Danough, G.. 220 Darden, Deldris J.. 131 Darley, Chuck. 170 Darnell. George M.. 373 Dasher. John Lawrence. 375 Daskalos, Nick John. 86 Davenport, Bruce Lee. 104 Davenport, H. Herbert, 359 Davidson, George T.. 251 Davidson. James E.. 167. 173. 273 Davidson, Jane Louise, 315 Davidson, Richard. 137. 168 Davidson. Robert Dean. 104 Davidson, T., 373 Davies, John Edward, 137 Davies. Thomas Allan. 76. 355 Davis. Adelle Lourene. 104. 232, 313 Davis, Carolyn Anne. 131 Davis, Danielle Dee. 325 Davis. David Louis, 343 Davis, Effetta A.. 104 Davis, Frances Anne. 405 Davis. Frank Wells. Jr.. 371 Davis. Gordon Lee. 373 Davis. Gregg John, 298 Davis, Howard Will. Jr., 76, 345 Davis, James Jay, 345 Davis. Jerry J.. 76 Davis. John Robert. 264 Davis, Mark Keith. 298, 345 Davis, Mary Jean, 104, 408 Davis, Norman Scott. 282 Davis. Raymond Dwite. 91. 284 Davis. Rebecca Helen. 131 Davis. Russell Lee. 70. 353 Davis, Servalla, 397 Davis, T.. 345 Davis. Wayne Eugene. 76 Day. Charles Edward. 220 Day. Charles Wesley, 239, 365 Day. Isabeile. 131. 403 Day. Larry Alan, 221. 391 Deasy. Richard E.. 91 Deblauwe. Jack Harry, 141 Decker. J., 349 Dedert. Wanda Lee. 315 Dedmon. Donald. 260 Deegan, Karen Rae, 392 Deegan, Kay Marie, 282 Deegan, W.. 259 Deets. Milton King, 371 Degnan, James Mathew. 371 Degroote. John W.. 104, 262 Dehaan, Constance S., 104, 331 Dehoogh, Doris Jean. 232. 240, 393, 392 Deignan, Robert E., 371 Dejong, Alvln Willis, 97. 276 Dekock. John Byron, 125 Dekock, William Henry, 375 Delaney, David James, 97, 277 Delfs. Rhoada May. 248, 257 Delima. Nancy Lynn, 235, 327, 309 Delk. Ira Edwin. 97, 276 Deloatch, Eleanor M.. 281 Demo, Abigail E.. 104 Denbeste. Dolores Kay. 131. 403 Denbo, Howard Edward, 125, 264, 272 Dennis, Harold C, 373 Dennis, Mary Jo, 244, 245 Denz. Frank Leo. Jr., 86, 238, 268 Denz. Mary Walter, 104 Deprenger. William H.. 369 Dermody, David M.. 104 Desart, Nancy Ruth, 104, 325 Deskin, Sheryl Gay. 321 DeSllva. Edward B., 277 Desslnger, Michael. 347 Detwiler, Joan Hudson, 248 Dewel, William C, 104, 371 Deyarman, Thomas Hugh. 292 Diamond. Jerry A.. 343 DIckerson, Margaret L.. 325 DIckman. Verlln D.. 277 Dlddy. Gary Lawrence. 298 Diddy. Gerald Loren, 353 Diet;, Devon Dennis. 76. 345 Dills. Robert Maurice, 384 Dllts, Evelyn, 131 Diment, Merle Morris, 263 DInardo. Thomas P.. 144 Disselhorst. John R.. 353 Distelhorst. Miriam, 76, 325 Dittmer, David Louis, 104, 166, 301, 173 Dixon, James Ellis, 86, 266 Dixon, William Gerald, 384, 385 Doan, D. T., 76. 257, 277 Doane, Richard Lee. 301 Dobrlno. Donald E.. 104 Oockendorff, John R.. 351 Dodd. Vern, Jr.. 266 Dodds. Deanna Lou. 220, 235, 327 Doden, Mary Elizabeth. 236. 319 Dodge, Constance Jane, 403, 405 Dodge. Nancy Ann. 247, 242, 317 Doerr. Mary Deanne, 331 Doerr. Stanley Gordon. 349 Dolel. Steven Edward, 104 Dolan, James Edward. 104 Dollnsek, Marlene A.. 220. 248 Donald, Rochau Ray, 301 Donham. Naomi Jean. 76 Donnelly. Carol Rean. 329 Donohue. James L.. 104 Dooley, Michael P.. 369 Doone, Robert George. 261 Doran, John Francis. 76 Dorfman. Bruce. 104. 301 Dorfman. Joanne Kohrs, 104 Dorland, Marlene Faye, 105 Dornbusch. Erich L.. 76 Dorner. Carolyn J-. 327 Doss. Jerome F.. 125. 262 Doss. Norma Elizabeth. 395, 400. 396, 105. 236 Dotseth. Frank R., 105, 171 Dotson, John Thomas, 76, 369 Donahugh, G., 220 Douqal, Merwin Dean, 258 Dougherty, Deanna Rae. 401 Doughman. Annette C. 105. 281 Douqhman. Donald J., 262, 279 Doughty, Loren EIroy. 369 Douglass. Robert L.. 105. 221 Dove, Janyce Lee. 131 Downer. Robert Nelson. 365 Downing, Mary Eleanore, 234, 392, 393 Downs. Martha Blanche. 76. 248. 400 Doyle. Donald E.. 277 Doyle. John William, 298 Drain. Lewis Dee. 347 Drake, Darrell Hugh, 144. 173 Drake, Duane Holmes. 263 Draper, Wayne Walter. 298 Drennan. Galen Gene, 91. 284 Drennan. Ronald Lee, 76, 373 Drennen, Robert M.. 86. 268 Drew. John David. 165 Driscoll, Victoria J.. 398 Drlsh. Kenneth James, 77 Drobner. Robert. 105, 357 Drucker, Melvyn R.. 357 Drury. Marilyn Wllma, 281 Dubois, Roger Charles. 268 Ducharme. Richard J., 351 Ducommun, Dale Jesse. 125 Dudley. Rex Laverne. 91 Duenow, John Allen. 349 Duff. Richard William. 351 Duggan. John Joseph, 359 Duggan, Patrick W., 299 Dull, John Michael. 162, 361 Dumbauld, James Beery, 86. 266 Dunahugh, Gary Allen, 232. 373 Duncan. Hearst R.. Jr., 144. 173, 355 Duncan, Shirley Y.. 105 Dunkerton. Ann, 77, 238, 321, 280, 275 Dunkerton, Sarah, 321 Dunlop Nancy Jane, 331 Dunn. Albert Ray, 373, 144 Durcharme, Richard, 220 Durnim, Robert Eugene. 265 Durr, Pamela Ann, 329 Dusanek. Joann Carol. 105 Dutton. David James. 105. 359. 338 Duty, Robert Clifford. 261 Dvorak. Patricia H.. 323 Dworzack. Carolyn J.. 105. 311 Dworzak. Marvin Frank. 77. 284. 361 Dykeman. Charles H., 299 Dykstra, Sidney A.. 105, 381 Dyson, Nodra Leeann, 335 Eachus. Ralph Dale, 105 Earll, Jerry Miller, 125. 262 Eash, Patricia D., 105 Easier. Jerrold Wayne, 105 Easton. John Edward. 385. 284 Eastrldge, Marilyn, 396, 244. 245 Eaton, Bruce Earl. 369 Eaton. Susan Kathryn. 245, 329 Eble, Roger Franklin, 367 Eckrich, Richard Dean, 361 Eckley. Marolyn J.. 401 Edmonds, Lorelei, 397 Edmund, Mary Anne. 131. 321 Edsall. Wayne Paul. 361. 339 Edwards. Duane K.. 77 Eells. Paul Irving. 373. 301. 299 Efner. Daniel Emery. 105. 237, 367 Eqan, James Russell. 361 Egger, Carl Thomas. 258 Eggers. William C, 105 Eggert, Delmer C. 263 Eggleston. Diana Lea. 317 Ehlers. Annabelle. 325 Elchner, Richard Dale, 235, 284. 338, 349 Elchorn. Robert Wayne, 363 Elckelberg, James E., 97. 277 Eke, Lynette Marlon, 315 Ekiund, Harold Eugene, 125 Elder, Charles Ray. 77 Elder. Howard John. 301 Eldred. Emily Rebecca. 235. 242. 311 Eldrldge, Wilbur J., 77 Eliason, George Astor. 389 Elkln, Jack Milton, 260, 409 Ellenberger, Judith A.. 244. 335 Eller. Dianne Marie, 237 Ellis. Earl P.. 173 Ellis. John Gilbert. 86. 268. 279 Elllngson. Karen Ann. 313 Ellis. Earl Nel slee, 167. 273 Ellis, Ivan Revilo. 391 Ellis. John Jay. 234 Ellison. George W.. 262 Ellyson. Craig W., 220. 298. 375 Elflng. Philip Ross, 266 Eltlng. Virginia Ann. 245, 311 Elwell, Susan Ann, 105 Emanuel, Robert D.. 77 Emeis. William EmII. 373 Emery. Richard T., 77 Emery, Sandra Jean, 88 Enabnit, Marlys Joy. 317 Enfield. Virginia L.. 131 England. Billy Joe. 125 Englert, John Philip. 105. 173 Engman, Lawrence T.. 86. 266 Epperson. Tom Leo, 391, 105. 235. 301 Erbe, Barbara Ellen, 396 418 Erbe, Carl Frederic. 279, 266 Erdahl, Albert Martin. 77 Erdmann. Audrey Marie. 335 Erens. S.. 319 Erhardt. Patricia J.. 232 Erickson. Margaret U,. 105 Erickson. Nancy Sue, 242, 239, 325 Ericson. James Donald, 105 Erkonen. William E.. 125, 262 Ermer, James Ralph. 77 Erps, William Edward. 125 Ersland. J.. 345 Erwin. John Lance. 353 Erwin, Kathryn E.. 323 Escher, Barbara Ann. 235. 231. 311 Eschman. Gary Lee, 355 Estes. James Harry, 299 Estes. Richard Allen. 371 Estes, Robert Dale, 349 Evans. James R.. 277 Evans. John, 277 Evans. Mary Ann. 257. 289 Evans. Ruth Elizabeth, 398, 257 Evans, Sharldon June, 248, 241. 396 Evans. Titus Carr. Jr.. 261 Evers. Thomas C. 285, 284 Sversman. John Joseph, 265 Ewen. Roger Franklyn. 373. 144 Ewers. M., 105 Faber. Donald Keith, 262 Fagner. Lon Owen, 266 Falrall. Charles F., 351 Fairchild, Pauline C. 105 Falb. John Peter. 363 Falconer. Claudine V.. 292 Fait. Robert Barton, 265 Fangman, Thomas J., 105, 361. 338 Fansher, Jack Albert, 377 Fant, Marilyn Jean. 88, 184 Farber, Allen Tonni. 343 Fairchmin. Carolann L.. 140, 325 Farley. Joan Edith. 400 Farrell, James Thomas. 231 Farrell, John Patrick. 351 Fasblnder, Carl E.. 91 Fash. Carolyn Jeanne, 323 Fassero, Coyla June. 399 Faupel, Sondra Susan, 408. 105, 248 Fay. Dolores, 105 Feauto. Douglas James. 235. 375 Felix, Jean Joyce. 105 Fell, Joseph George. 105 Feller. Larry Lee. 347 Fellmer, Charles F., 105. 359 Fellows, Elsie Ann. 235. 313 Feltes, Clyde Richard. 243, 240 167 Feltes, Mary Jo. 327 Fennell. Mary Helen, 245. 311 Fennema. Marcia Kaye. 400 Fenton. Janice Elaine. 327 Fenton. Ronald E., 97. 277 Fenton. William Ralph. 125. 262 Ferdinand. Judith I.. 105. 333 Ferguson. Robert Gene. 266 Fernandez, Robert. 220 Ferree. John David, 105 Ferrell. Joyce Mae. 105 Ferstenfeld. Myndell, 333 Fetter, John Lewis, 268 Feuer. Phyllis Myrna. 105 Fickel, Alice Jane. 325 Fiebig. Eugenia Ann, 396. 244 Field, Elizabeth Wald 241 240 319 257 . • . Fields. Mark Hanna. Jr.. 299 Fifield. Laureen Joy. 105 Fightmaster, Ruth E.. 317 Fllean. Arthur SIglin. 345 Files. Winifred W.. 231. 331 Filseth. Henry Clark. 105. 277 Filter, William Viggo, 105. 367 Finch, Gastonia C. 105. 171 FInley. Donald Ray. 292 Finley, Terry Ann. 321 Finn. Raymond John. Jr., 266 Finton. Howard Lee, 105 Fischer, Bennett M., 277 Fischer, Judith Kay, 319 Fischrupp, Suzanne E.. 241. 232. 327 Fisher. Darrell Ervln. 263 Fisher, Kay Louise. 280, 335 Fisher, Thomas Paul, 345 Fitch, Alberta E., 335 Fitz, Annette Elaine, 125 FItzsImmons, David H., 105, 228, 239, 231, 232, 353 Flaherty, Charles E., 361 Flander, Leonard M., 276 Flaskerud, Paul Dean, 91 Fleming. Deryl Edward. 105 Fletcher, Robert Ash. 232. 165. 171, 359, 173 Flickinger, Archie D., 106, 341 Fllcklnger, Thomas L., 363 Floy, Charles Raymond, 77, 285 Fluent, Robert Todd, 235 Fluent. Wayne Jasper, 91 Flynn. Marilyn, 239, 329 Flynn, Nancy Irene. 106. 315 Focht. Frances Joan, 395 Focht. Lawrence G.. 91. 284. 254. 258 Foggy. Jane Ellen, 335 Folbrecht, Fredric W.. 77. 353. 301 Foote. Carolyn Ann, 236, 313 Forbes. Esther Louise, 248, 323 Fordemwalt. James N.. 261 Forney. Kent Mason, 97 Forse. M. Suzanne. 106 Forsling. Donald D.. 371 Fortune. Joseph D.. 361 Foss. Virginia Ann, 77. 323 Fossum, Barbara Kay, 257 Foster, Julie Marie, 106, 240, 329 Foster. Mary Diane. 331 Foster, Paul D., 254, 125, 272 Foster. S.. 106. 329 Fouts. Charles Martin. 239. 235, 375 Fowler, Katherine H., 313 Fox, Kathleen Ann, 106, 311 Fox, Peter John, 265 Fox, Shirley Jean, 106, 400 Frack, Ronald Charles. 91, 274 Fradin. Sharon B., 333 France, Mary Jean. 106 Franck, Phyllis Marie. 131 Frank, Louis Albert. 365 Frank, Marjorie Ann. 106 Franklin. William E.. 261 Frantz. Richard P., 277 Frazler, Harry W., 106 Frazler, James S., 167, 359 Frederic!. C. Carleton, 371 Freed, Brenda Frances, 313 Freeman, Charlene Kay, 393 Frees, Donneta F.. 106, 408 Freshwaters, James G.. 106. 347 Fretwell. Charles C, 258, 259 274 297, 299. 301, 302 Frick. Delmar Lee. 285 Friedman, Howard E.. 357 Fries. John Howard, 77. 301. 259. 279 Frlnk. Richard James, 272. 125, 263 Fritz. Barbara Ora S.. 106. 281 Fritz. John Reidy. 106 Fritz, Lois Kathryn. 77 Frltzel. Barbara Jean. 244 Froeberg, Larry L.. 106 Froehner. Janet Marie. 106 Frohllger. John Owen. 261 Frohwein, George E.. 371 Froehner. Bernard W., 125, 263 Froschauer. David A., 375 Frost. Gloria Marie. 237 Frost. James W.. 277 Frost, Joan Helen, 106, 232, 323, 308 Fruehling, Larry K.. 167. 273 Frush. James Roy, 268 Frush, Josephine D.. 88. 325 Fry. Kenneth Leroy. 361 Fry. Richard Ramsey. 359 Fuhlrodt. Douglas 8., 106 Fuhr. Richard Alan. 106, 359 Fujinaka. Makoto. 86, 266 Fukumoto. Priscilla H.. 281 Fuller. A.. 327 Fuller, Dale Eugene, 264 Fuller, Frances Lee, 106 Fuller, J. Stewart, 363 Fulton. Judith May, 319 Fulton. Robert D., 277 Fulton, Robert L., 276 Fulton, Robert R., 237 Funkhouser, Tom R., 1 06 Furlong, Kevin Martin, 369, 144 Fusske, Jerome H., 106 Gabe, Jane Elizabeth, 331 Gaede, Ralph Howard, 106, 301 Gaffleld, William, Jr., 261 Gaida, Richard Joseph, 144 Gale, Arden James, 237 Gallher, Gregory Lee. 231, 363 Gallo, Julian. 381, 268 Gamber, Herbert H.. 125, 265 Gamble, Linda Ann. 106, 247, 241. 240, 255 Gamble, Robert A., 167, 359 Gander, Richard V.. 268 Gandolto, Anna Mae E.. 327 Ganzhorn, Jack Leo, 106, 265 Garver. David Richard, 357 Garber, Keith Alan, 125, 272 Garber, Ronald David, 357 Garcia. Vincent Paul, 172 Gardner, David Morgan, 77, 377 292 279 Gardner, James Irving, 262 Gardner. Judith Ann. 236, 321 Gardner. Kenneth Dale. 251 Garfin. Laurence A.. 86. 268 Garfin, , Stanley E.. 343, 339 Garland, Carol Ann, 325 Garland, Thomas E.. 106 Garner, Gloria C. 408 Garner. Wavern Leroy. 285 Garrett, Donna Pearl, 335 Garry, Patrick Edward, 125 Gartin, Thomas Dean, 106, 265 Ga rvy. Mary Elizabeth, 236. 311 Gary, Thomas Michael. 106. 263 Gaskill, Laurence R., 284, 274 Gasser, Richard C, 262 Gassett. J., 369 Gasswint, Charles D.. 375 Gast. Kathleen Marie, 393 Gaston, Sharon Lea, 131. 311 Gatens, Mary Ellen. 106 Gates. Barbara Ann, 106, 248. 313 Gauley. Josephine V., 107 Gaulke. Richard Larry. 77 Gault, Franklin Lewis, 77 Gavin, Donna Marie. 325 Georhart, T.. 371 Gebhardt, James Bruce, 77. 373. 338 Geffers, Arthur E.. 77 Geifman, Leonard N., 221, 357 Gelsewite. Charles W., 371 Gentry. Nolden Irving. 156 Georgoff, R.. 107 Gerber, Henry Wallace, 262 Gericke. Vernon John, 97 Gerlits, David W., 88, 268 German, Robert George. 264 Gerndt. Harold Leroy. 125. 264 Gerwin. Kenneth S., 357 Gessert. G., 289. 292 Getz. Barbara Delle. 327 Getz. Kathryn Louise. 245. 319. 317 Gibbons. James Edwin, 106, 173. 144 Gibbs. James Jay, 107 Gibbs, J. M., 131 Gibson, James an, 285, 353 Gibson, Susanna Gay, 329, 257 Giegold. Gail Kathryn, 319 GIfford, Dee Craig, 301, 347 Gilbert. Charles Alan. 298 Gilbert, Orren Arthur. 285. 77, 259 Gilchrist, Jane Barnt, 236 Gilderbioom. Charles. 371 Gimilan, Charles 0.. 363 Gill. Elizabeth L.. 245. 329 Gillaspv, F ' anklln H.. 107. 284 Gillberu ' ,-. . 167, 273 Gillelt, ■ 351 Glllis. H :__ _ , 25, 263, 272 Gilmer. Joanne Luella. 236. 315 Gilmore. Neal David, 373 Gilpin. Lois Kay. 131, 234 Gilroy, Lorraine Mary, 107 Gingery, Mary Lee, 398 Glngles, Donald D., 107, 347 Glpe, Larry Charles, 77, 371, 300 GIpple, Mary Kaye, 248 GItchell, Mary Jo. 236. 331 Gierde. David W.. 251 Glassman. Frederick J., 357. 339 Glenn. Keith E.. 137 Glesne, John Gary, 373 Glldden. David Dean. 107 Glidden. Robert Burr, 107 Gloppen, Jean Ann, 107. 317 Glover. John Richard. 239, 373 Gobble. Marcia Ann. 239, 317 Goche, Richard Allen. 361 Godbersen, Janice, 403. 131 Godwin. Karen Lynn. 242. 245. 313 Goebel, James Joseph, 107 Goedken, Vernon E., 77 Goesma, J., 355 Goettsch. Michael B., 298 Goldberg. Marshall G., 357 Goldberg. Sharon E.. 333 Goldberg. Sherwin M.. 343 Golden, George F.. 107 Goldstein. Jerome Lee. 221. 107. 343 Goldstein. Phyllis F.. 333 Golinvaux. Linda Jo, 131 Goltry. Marjorie N., 107 Goltry, Rodman R., 86, 268 Gonsky. Marshall Ira, 77, 343 Good. Jerre Lemasters. 88 Goode, Duane Dewitt, 351 Goode, Louita Janette, 107, 292 Goodfellow, Judith K.. 282, 107, 88 Goodwin, Diane Merle, 335 Gordon, Susan Gall. 239. 235, 333, 257 Goreham, Fritz. 277 Gorman. B. M., 131 Gorton, Richard A.. 391, 107 Goss. Peter Michael, 107 Goss, Thomas Joseph, 107 Gould, Larry Eugene, 371. 273 Grab. B.. 323 Graeberg, Susan, 143. 232. 313 Graef, Bette Jayne, 248 Graef, Beverly Jean, 244. 317 Graef, Robert Calvin, 409. 298 Graham, Brcwnlie E., 77. 259. 279 Graham, Dickey W.. 88. 268 Graham, Donald Lee, 137 Graham, Georgiana, 335 Graham. James McCrea. 273 Graham. John Brownlle, 254. 258 Graham. Marcia Ann. 329 Graham. Richard Cyril. 264 Graham. Sarah Anne. 107, 329 Grandrath. Jon L.. 107. 301 Grandy, William B., 363 Granner. Daryl K.. 107, 262 Grant. David Iddings. 251 Grapp. Carolyn Ann. 405 Gravel. Bill Lee, 173. 144 Graves, George Brian. 373 Graves. Sharon Jolene, 131 Gray. Robert Lewis. 107 Gray. Shirley Kay. 400 Grayes. James, 107 Grayson, Edward D.. 273 Green, Dan Harold. 231. 357 Green, David E., 277 G-een Grotchen, 242. 231, 180, 329 Grecnberq, Garry D., 107. 300 Greenbcrg, Rochelle. 241. 333 Greener. Arden Ray. 107 Greening. Homer P.. 137 Greenleaf. Harriet D.. 107. 311 Greenstein, Zena, 239 Greenwood, Karen Kay, 107. 248. 235, 236 Gregerson, Dallas G.. 276 Gregg. Mima A., 107. 319 Greve, John Jay. 107. 263 Grier. James Edward. 249. 277 Grier. John Bailey. 369 Grlesenbeck, Richard. 125 Griffel. Jane. 331 Griffin. Charles F.. 351 Griffin. John William, 373 Griffith, Charles O.. 86. 268 Griffith. David R.. 107 Griffiths. James R.. 298 Griffiths. John Grant. 299 Grisamore. Charles W.. 276 Grofer. Edward Joseph. 367 Groneberg. Donald K.. 391. 77 259. 279 Gross. Alan. 353 Gross. Gaye. 236 Gross. Joseph Ralph, 91, 259. 258 Grother, Kay Eunice. 245 Ground. M. Juanita, 77. 131 419 Grouwinkel, Gary, 173. 144 Grundmeier, Peggy J., 405 Guemmer. David Arthur, 375 Guldner, Ruth Carol. 220, 235, 292 Gulick, Carolyn Lee, 107 Gull, Lavaughn Louise, 131 Gull, Richard Arthur, 345 Gullickson, Donna Mae, 244, 315 Gunn, Ralph Lee. 107 Gunther, David Clem. 173, 156 Gustafson, Karleen H., 393 Gustafson, Kay Alma. 107 Gustafson, Leland W., 385 Gutierrez, Marylinda, 107 Guy, Patty JoMey, 107 H Haag, Bette Jeanne, 88 Hacker, Susan Ellen, 239, 329 Hackett. Margie llene, 107 Hadacek, Sonja Jean, 398 Haddy. Gary Michael, 373 Hadley, Leonard Anson, 391, 171, 259 Hafner. Richard Paul, 355 Hagan, Arthur Darrell, 263 Hagan. John David, 107, 363, 330 Hagen, Roily Neil. 175, 265 Hagens. Annette Marie, 242, 325 Hagerman. Janet Kay, 393 Haggar, Judy Kay, 315 Hagler, Collins, 173, 144 Hagos, Tesfaiidet, 92 Hagy, Janice Deanne, 318 Hahn, Sally Elizabeth. 220. 247. 241. 231, 329 Hahn, Sondra Jane. 231. 321 Hahn. Suzanne E.. 107. 321 Hahne, Marcia Ann, 77 Haln. Robert Michael. 373. 144 Halasey, Ruth Elaine. 315 Halbach. Constance M.. 249. 252. 325 Halbach. David F.. 277 Halbach. Edward C. Jr.. 97 Halbach, James L.. 107 Haldy. Willard Fred, 266 Hale. Hugh Dillon. 232 Hale. Robert William. 98 Hale. Ruth. 235. 251 Hale. T.. 349 Halford. Thomas N.. 173. 283 Hall. Barbara Ann. 108. 315 Hall. Carlton Lee. 77 Hall. Daniel Lee. 268 Hall. Donna Belle. 400 Hall. Earl Wilburn. 77 Hall. Gwendolyn Joyce. 131 Hall. Jack A.. 384 Hall. James Victor. 108 Hall. James Bernard. 108 Hall, Rita Jean, 333 Hall, Robert M., 108 Hallgren, Linda Sue, 313 Halloran, Kathleen, 108 Halpin, Lawrence C, 170, 369 Halsey, Ladona Jean, 108 Hamblln. James Donald. 351 Hambrecht. Howard L.. 262 Hamill. Frances C. 244. 241. 240. 238. 235. 245. 327 Hamilton. Gene Edward. 108 Hamilton. James M.. 266 Hamilton. Judith H.. 239. 236, 231, 321 Hamilton. Mary E. W.. 108 Hamilton. Maxine Ann. 108 Hamilton. Thomas S.. 108. 228. 353. 30! Hamley. Laurence E.. 108 Hammer. Richard W.. 125. 263 Hammer, William M., 77 Hammon, Judith Ann, 315 Hammond, Arthur E.. 375 Hammond, Glenn Edgar, 345 Hamor. Page, 31 9 Hams. Lowell N.. 263 Hancock. Edwin Joe. 266 Hancock. Janice Marie. 137. 280, 270 Hancock, Theodora M.. 131 Hanna. Fredericka Sue. 317 Hans. David Keith. 108 Hansel. Robert Gerald. 125. 262 Hansel!. Edgar Frank, 252, 371 Hansen. Daniel P.. 276 Hansen. Douglas W.. 97 Hansen. Duane Alan. 268 Hansen. Gary Fremodt. 108. 283 Hansen. Gloria W.. 86 Hansen. Harry Ernest. 266 Hansen. Jean D.. 141 Hansen. Joy Dorine. 131. 235. 331. 283 Hansen. Lawrence W., 108 Hansen. Norman Howard. 258 Hansen, Robert Henry, 171 Hansen, Rosemary A.. 395. 398. 108. 249. 330. 255 Hansen. Stanley Dale. 391 Hanson. Dan Charles. 375 Hanson. Geraldine Ann. 392. 236. 319 Hanson, Gordon Denny, 262 Hanson, James Clement, 77 Hanson. Jennylee M.. 108 Hanson. Mary Ann. 131. 283 Hanson. Mary Lou. 313 Hanson. Nancy Lynne. 319 Happel. Catherine C. 108 Happel. Will am Ray. 108, 144 Harff. Luanne. 400. 235 Harker. Faye Jean, 108 Harker. Judith Diane. 321 Harker. Lee Allen. 231, 351 Harl. Carol Ann G.. 108 Harl. Jerry Dee. 266 Harman. Jean Emily. 321 Harman. Larry Lee. 268 Harmellnk. John Erwin. 351 Harmony. Paul Kenneth. 284, 274 Harper, Jeanne, 329, 309 Harper, Mary Ann, 77, 329 Harreli, George Linda, 144 Harrer. Mary Ellen, 108 Harring, Richard Lee, 359, 156 Harrington, Alyce Ann, 220, 237 Harrington, Mary K., 311 Harris, Donald C. 299 Harris, Edward Eugene. 381 Harris. Fred Alan. 108. 173, 283. 144 Harris. Jerry Lee. 371 Harris. John Richard. 108 Harris. Katheryne M.. 232, 313 Harris. R., 389 Harris. Martha Jane. 236 Harris. Tricka K.. 108. 248 Harrison. Bruce Allen. 108 Harrison. David Carl. 77 Harrison. Earl C. 262 Harrison. Joseph, 353 Harrison. Roger E.. 97. 277 Harrison. Warren C.. 88. 266 Harsch. Larry Alien. 108. 173, 283 Harstad. Charles E.. 363 Hart. Lyie Cordell. 108 Hartlep. Duane LyIe. 125. 262 Hartley. William S.. 258 Hartman. Frederick E.. 108. 171. 173. 283 Hartmann, D ' etrich. 345 Hartong. Barbara Ann. 243, 321. 289 Hartquist. David. 108. 219. 292 Hartshorn. James M.. 108 Hartwig. Rosalee Rae. 335 Hartz. Marye Ruth. 108. 248 Harvey, Elwood R., 266 Hase. Eleanor Jean, 108 Hass, Albert Curtis, 262 Hass, James Joseph. 363. 339 Hass, Lois Marie. 109 Hass. P. Gay. 331 Hastings. Karlene Kay. 282. 88 Hatch. James Vernon. 216 Hatges. Maria. 109 Haught. Nancy Lou, 282, 88 Haupert, Raymond B.. 353 Hauptii, John Herbert, 92 Haussler, Lynne, 292 Haven, Edward Harry, 391 Havens, Thomas Lee, 77, 284, 301, 279 Havercamp, James R., 97 Hawe, Lore Alford. 278, 277 Hawk, Robert Charles, 373 Hawley, Leon Glenn, 77 Hawtrey, Charles E., 263 Hawtrey, Christopher, 377 Hay. Kenneth Mearl, 109 Hayes, Verlyn Leroy, 298 Haye. Thomas David, 137. 173 Hayes. Dale Russell. 77. 167. 369, 300 Hazen, John Glenn, 262 Heberling, Ann Dolly, 329 Heckart, Darrell E., 109 Hedges, Donald Elwin, 77 Heeg, Carol Kay, 132, 311 Heene, Donald George, 77 Hefti. Marlin Lee, 353 Hegg, Peer Siegfried, 173, 156 Heggen, Robert Lewis, 78 Hegtvedt, Leo Carsten, 97 Heick, James Albert, 367 Heimendinger, Richard, 345 Hein, Dare! Dean, 220. 381. 279 Hein. Vernon Lee. 384 Heineking. Donald W.. 78. 301 Heitman. Michael Kent. 150 Heivilin. Thomas S.. 109. 367 Heldridge, Robert M., 351 Heldt. LyIe Eugene. 298 Helfter. Lorenz G., 137 Helgeson. Thomas K.. 341 Helgevold. Thomas P.. 347 Heller. Joseph James. 265 Helm. Roger A.. 369 Helms. Ronald Willis. 247. 232. 355 Hemenway. Gail Diane. 220. 236. 335 Hemesath. Carl Joseph. 268 Hemmett. Lawrence R.. 109 Hemphill. William R,, 363 Henderson. Carolyn R.. 109. 331 Henderson. Nancy Sue. 236. 313 Hendricks, Gene R.. 371 Hendricks. James Y.. 264 Hendrickson. Janet M.. 109. 317 Hendrickson. Roger V.. 125. 262 Hendryx. Nancy A.. 400. 244 Heneke. Kay Kathryn. 132 Henkle. Lester Duane. 221 Hennagir. Alan Ray. 78 Henningsen. Dennis N.. 355 Henrich. Estelle M.. 109 Henry. Dawn Virginia. 393 Henry. Paula Jean. 109 Hensch. William Wayne. 279 Hensel. Mark C. Jr.. 299 Herbrechtmeyer. J, R.. 363 Heritage. Christie. 398 Herman, Carolyn L.. 329 Herman. John Philip. 264 Hermeier. Richard K.. 165. 171 Herr. Catharine Marie. 325. 309 Herrick. Karen Sue, 408 Herring, Dale Charles, 92 Herring, David F., 369 Herrmann, Dorothy Ann, 78, 315 Hershey, Roger Dean, 373 Herteen, James W.. 109. 349. 304 Hess. George Archer, 235 Hess, John Francis, 272, 264 Hesse, Joann, 319 Hesseltine. Glen C. 373 Heyman. William Lee. 252. 235. 231, 232 Hibbs. Hannah, 327 Hick. Cherrie Dawn. 401. 313 HIckerson. Ann. 109. 236. 331 Hickerson. Martha. 109. 236. 331 Hicks. James Ronald. 78 HIddleson. Marvin Lee. 384. 385 HIggins. Francis J.. 109 HIgglns. Karen Ann. 245. 319 Highland. Deborah Ann, 400 HIghtower, Lowetta C, 109 Hlld. John William. 359. 339 Hlle. Nancy Pearl. 132 Hlleman. James W,. 268 Hill. Donald Lee. 268 Hill, Harlan L., 264 Hill. Jack Lee. 165. 171 Hill. Linda Jean. 109. 329 Hill. Marilyn Kay. 220. 239. 317 Hill. Nancy Virginia. 78 Hill. Suzanne C. 109. 323 Hlller. Dorothy Anne. 109 HMIyard. Kimberly R.. 281. 319 HImrod. Helen C. 132. 256. 313 404 Hines. Hugh Francis, 109. 173. 283 Hinkle. John David. 239. 359 Hinrlchsen. Nancy J.. 91 Hinson. Robert Eugene. 262 Hinton. Charles F.. 277 Hise. William Porter. 109. 296. 301. 369. 220 Hitchcock. Clarence E.. 367 Hitchcock. Frederick. 363 Hitchcock. Marshall L.. 365 Hitchcock. Orville. 260 Hitzman. R.. 391 Hobart. Mary Jo. 132. 403 Hobbs. Patricia E.. 313 Hochholzer. Franklin. 237 Hochstetler. H. Elaine, 242 Hockenberg, David Ray, 357 Hockett, Franklin D., 274 Hockmuth, Richard E., 125, 264 Hodge, Phyllis Ruth, 315 Hoenk, Bernard Eugene, 263, 272 Hofer, James William, 264 Hoff, Amine Ellse, 327 Hotter. Martha Lee. 281. 327 Hoffman. Edward Dean. 109. 375 Hoffman. James LyIe. 109 Hoffman. Theresa Sue. 315 Hofrichter. Jane E., 408 Hofstad. Curtis E.. 78. 251 Hogan. Alice F.. 315 Hogan. Wendell Eugene. 78 Hogshead. Howard Paul, 125, 236, 262 Hohl. John Lee. 298. 349 Holcomb. Thomas Joel. 359 Holden. Roger Dean. 78 Holder. Donald Lee. 349 Holder. Donald Herman. 109. 262 Holets. Joyce Elaine. 109 Hollns. B.. 329 Holladay. Robert F.. 109 Holland. Jane. 333 Holland. Leslie A.. 109 Hollander. William R.. 86, 268 Holleran, Brent J., 262 Holm, Patricia Ruth. 335 Holmes. Charles Alvln. 251 Hols. David Randall. 277 Hols. John Austin. Jr.. 219. 238. 282 Holt. Robert Lawrence, 365 Holte, James Allan, 264, 272 Homer, John Edward, Jr., 109 Honohan, Jay Harold, 276 Honsell, August F., 109, 363 Hood, Joseph Leo, 361 Hook, Edward Daniel, 92 Hoot, Terrence Earl, 298 Hootman, James Roger, 108 Hoover, Lester Lee, 259 Hope, John David, 78 Hopkins, Barbara C, 88, 313 Hoppe, Roger Karl, 355 Horak, Shirley Jane, 245, 315 Horn, Donald Robert, 144 Hornbuckle, G. Conrad. 391 Horner. Charles A.. 109. 300. 355 Horner, Joan Virginia, 321 Horstman, Patricia J., 319 Horwitz, Ira Myron, 125, 263 Hoskins, Alan Lloyd, 109 Hoskinson, Samuel M.. 359 Hottman. James R.. 276 Hougen. Howard M.. 276 Hougland. Arthur E.. 221 Houk. Eugene Eldrldge. 268 House. Dorothy Anne. 235. 239, 242, 260, 292, 335 Houts, Frances D.. 396. 398 Howard. Frank Nelson. 367 Howard. G.. 373 Howard. Melvin Dale. 78 Howard. Roberta J.. 221. 240. 241, 308, 315 Howe, Jeanne Harrison, 315 Howell, Joann Marie, 315 Howery, Stephen Edgar, 263 Howes, George Francis, 298 Howorth, Carlton W.. 373 Hoye. Tom Middleton. 137 Hoyt. David Burns. 235. 239. 345 Hradek. Richard W.. 259 Hronek. John Peter. 373 Hrynkow. Thomas M.. 373 Hubbard. Beverly Ann. 226. 245 Hubbell. Douglas Kent. 349 Huber. Ruth A.. 405 Hubly. Jane Marie. 331 Hudson. Joseph 5.. 221 Hudson. W.. 259 Huebner. Wayne Alfred. 167. 273, 361 Huewe, Phil Joseph, 125. 264 420 Huey, Mary Catherme, 242, 244. 395, 397. 398 Huff, Dale S., 264 Huffman. Margaret Lou. 243 Hughes. Alan M., 285 Huges. Carol Ann, 241. 3l5 Hughes, Jeanne E., 236 Hughes, Margaret L., 401 Hughes. Roger Raymond, 221 Hull, Charles Neifert, 125 Hulman, Lewis Gerald, 92. 284 Hulse, Charles A., 353 Humble, William D.. 384. 166. 353 Hummel, Arlo Lee, 285 Hummer, William Kerby. 239, 363 Humphrey, John Thomas, 78 Humphreys, Lloyd E., 371, 144 Humphreys, Mary Lou, 78, 281 Hunt, Arlene Rae, 242, 239, 329 Hunter. Joellyn J.. 375, 335 Hunter. John G., 375 Hurring. Lincoln W., 78, 167. 173. 273 Hurst. Cecile E.. 400 Hurst, Thomas Richard, 365, 339 Hurt. James Joseph. 298 Hurwitz. Theodore P., 232, 343 Huseman, Martin G., 353 Hutchins, David W., 347. 298 Hutch Ins, Sandra Lee. 397 Hutchinson, Karen Ann, 311 Hutchinson, William N.. 221 Hutchinson, Richard D.. 92, 300 Hutten, William C, 359 Hvldston, Bobbe Jane. 398 Hyde. Charlene A., 221 Hynes. Patricia J.. 393, 281 I Ide. William Joseph. 351, 258 Idleberg, Norman. 343 Ingebritson. Phillip. 285, 78 Ingram . David Forquer, 371 Ingwersen. Lee, 284, 271 Irelan, John Cronln, 237 Irish. Carlln Rae. 245. 254, 331 Irvine. David H.. II. 355 Irwin. James Robert, 221, 277 Irwin. Nancy Ellen C, 132. 256 Irwin. Thomas Leonard, 221. 297 Isaacson, Ellssa K., 31 1 Isaacson. Shirley Ann, 1 10 Isenhart. Robert Lee. 347 Ishlthanian. Hagop. 233 Iverson, Albert H.. 359 Ives, Carol Louise, 393 Ives. Robert P., 345 Jackson, Donald Ralph. 298 Jackson. Harold Clyde, 110 Jackson. James Keith, 125 Jackson. Judy Mae. 1 10 Jacobl. Carol Louise, 335 Jacobs, Gordon W.. 125, 263 Jacobson, Jean Ann. 335 Jacobson. Ivan Lee. 259 Jacoby. Lois Louise. 1 10, 248 James. Frank Munger. 369 James. Jule Ann, 245, 327 James. Richard Allan, 347 James, Ruth Ann, 280 James. Terry Linn. 363 Jamison, Janet Louise, 396 Janda, Jon Wesley, 144 Jansen. Dale Jerome, 298 Janss, Mary, 331 Jansson. John F.. I lO. 293 Japlon. Kenneth E.. 391 Jarrard. Joy. 110. 236 Jarvis, Marvin Eugene. 78 Jauch. Raymond Andrew. 144 Jeffrey, Wayne R.. 92 Jeffries. Deloris J.. 282 Jeffries. Francis E., 92. 258 Jenkins. David. 263 Jenkins, Jacqueline L., 323 Jenkins. James D., 97 Jenkinson. Jerry Jay. 78. 144. 251, 296 Jennings. Gary Roy, 359 Jennlsch. Cheryl E., 241, 242. 335 Jensen, Billy Gene. 367 Jensen, John Herman, 78 Jensen, Judith Ann, 292 Jensen. Judith Lynne. 327 Jensen. Kerry Landon. 1 10 Jensen, Layne Arlen, 298 Jensen. Marlyn Soren, 237 Jensen, Owen Clifford. 262 Jensen. Ruthann, 1 10, 325 Jepson. Carolyn, 220, 321 Jepson. Nancy Jean, 321 Jeter. Robert D., 144 Jewett. Dwight James, 78 Jewett. James Wilson, 92, 259, 274 Jinklnson. Jane Ann, 398 Jobe, Nancy Bea, 281 Joe, Tim, 168 John. Lewis Americus. 173 Johns, Leland Merle. 97, 276 Johnson. Barbara M., 242, 315 Johnson, Charles E., 86, 268 Johnson, Cheryl Ann. 1 10, 311 Johnson, Dale F.. 365 Johnson, Dallas Adams. 110. 262 Johnson, Donald W.. 251 Johnson, Dorothy A. S., 88, 282 Johnson. Hugh Rush. 137 Johnson, JacGueline J., 88. 236 Johnson. James Edwin, 78, 284. 301. 304 Johnson. James Renus, 271 Johnson, Janeen Alice, 237 Johnson, Jean E., 236, 325 Johnson, Jennie Marie, 317 Johnson, Marllou A., 78 Johnson, Mariorle B., 327 Johnson, Maryada L., 325 Johnson, Mary Barbara, 110, 248. 219 Johnson, Nadine Kay. 257, 395. 401 Johnson Ronald Lee. 273 Johnson. Rosemary. 235. 239. 323 Johnson. Roy Max, 341 Johnson, Sandra. 1 10, 329 Johnson, Shirley J., 257 Johnson, Wayne Arthur, 369 Johnston. David G., 262 Johnston. Nancy Kay, 245, 315 Johnston, Pauline H., 257. 292, 396, 398 Johnston, Richard C, 125 Jolas, Thomas E.. 97, 238. 249. 252, 277 Jondahl. Harold Lynn, 110. 292 Jones. Arthur Leroy, 373 Jones. Benfamln Rees, 292. 351 Jones. Bradley Hugh, 351 Jones. Carol Lyn, 329 Jones, Charles N., 165, 171. 173 Jones, Daniel, 1 10 Jones, James Austin, 363 Jones, Jane Weekly, 319 Jones. Jerry Lewis, 78, 359 Jones, Joel Daniel, 167. 173, 273 Jones, John W., MO Jones, Judith. 220. 235. 3i5 Jones. Lester Tyler, 351 Jones, Maynard, 265 Jones, Peggy Sue. 191 Jones, Richard Ralph. 276 Jones. Sarah Ann, 331 Jones. Sharon F., 257 Jones. Shelby L.. 78, 285 Jones, Stanley Earl. 254 Jones, William Morris, 381 Jonson. Kathleen H., 327 Jordan, Dennis Edward. 232. 338, 355 Jordan, Lewis Henry, 97 Jorqensen. Alice K., 110 Jorgensen. Sven T.. 1 10. 347 Jost. Thomas Joseph, 86, 266 Joy, James Richard. 110 257, 297, 369 Joy. Marie Laverne, 351 Judlsch. George F.. 262 Judish, Frank Louis, HO. 167 Judy, George Clay. 220, 365 Junqllng. Gaylen Neal 345 Junk, BeHy Ann. 235. 239. 240. 242. 281. 284. 335 Justen. Peter Joseph. 140. 167, 359 Justice. Robert Lee. 168 K Kacere, Nancy Jean, 132, 283, 403 Kagihara. Edward K,, 264 Kaiman, Paul. 78. 357 Kain. Nancy Emellne. 323. 399 Kainz. Janet Louise. 236 Kaipo. Joseph Norman. 298. 365 Kalas. Harry Norbert. 355 Kalchbrenner. John H.. MO. 230. 353 Kallaus. Jo Anne. 1 10 Kallem. Donald Edward. 110 Kallsen, Vernon D.. 78 Kandel. Gerald L.. 265 Kanealy. James Edward. MO. 230. 249. 251. 252 Kaness. Kenneth M.. 78. 285 Kantor. Stanley, 110 Kaplan. Dorothy Mae, 260. 317 Kapur. Krishan Kumar. 233, 258 Karl. Edward Herbert. 266 Karlenzig. Ernest W.. 78. 301. 304 Karnchanachari. N.. MO Karras. Al. 144. 373 Karras. Paul George. 144 Karrys. Anna Ernest. 400 Karsh. Barbara Ann. 401 Kass. John Joseph, 92 Katleman, Matlee, 239, 244. 33 Kauffman. Craig S.. 86. 266 Kay. Carl Ronald. 232. 359 Keast. Roger Leroy. 371. 277 Keefer. Patricia J.. 110. 308. 313 Keefner. George F.. 363 Keeler. Daniel P.. 78. 345 Keesler. Kathryn Ann. 248 Kegley. J. Colby. 373 Kelper. Robert Louis. 365 Keleher, Rodger Dean. 375 Kellam. Mary Kathryn. 223. 242 Kellar. Lorrence T.. 110. 238. 254. 338. 353 Kellems. Ernest H.. 65 Keller. Caroline Ann. 315 Keller. Elvin Duwayne. MO Keller. Jayne Frances. 1 10 Keller. Walter Robert. 110, 343 Kelley, Carter D., 298 Kelley. James Richard. 170 Kellogg. Michael T., 373 Kellogg. Roderick E.. 381 Kelly. Allan Lee. 137 Kelly. James Donald. 78 Kelly. John Charles, III Kelly. John Ronald. 172 Kelly. Kathleen P.. 260 Kelly. Mary Ann C. 220 Kelly. Richard Walter. 258 Kelsay. Delbert C. 299 Kelsay. Thomas Uel. 78 Kemble. Peter Arlo. 371 Kemis. Robert Dean. 262 Kemp. Henry F.. III. 79 Kempenaar. Donnis J.. 236. 329 Kenefick. Thomas W.. 137 Kennedy, Bruce Gordon. III. 345 Kennedy. James F.. Ill Kennedy, Janis Luqene, 398 Kennedy. Mary Helen. 331 Kent. Charles Lee. 79. 279 Kent. Lavere Wilbur. 79 Kent. Thomas Hugh. 262 Kentworthy. Lvnn I.. III. 329 Kerr. Howard J.. Jr.. III. 381 Kerr. Lawrence Metvin. 264 Kerrigan. John Edward. 92 Kersbergen. Max F., 79 Kessler. Jacgucline A.. 335 Kessler. Thomas Dale. 79 Ketelsen. Mary K.. 192. 236. 329 Ketelsen. Nancy Jane. 329 Ketelsen. Harold Karl. 273 Kewney. Lester Earl. 156 Keyes. Henry Martin .79 Kibby. Arthur Stephen. 299. 355 Kiefter, William J.. 125. 264 Kienitz. Douglas A.. 298 Klenzle. George C. 86. 266 Klcrscht. Charles M.. 373 Kiger. Audrey Ellen. 88. 282 Killebrew. Richard F.. 266 Killerlain. Thomas L.. Ill Kllley. Sharon Kay. 317 Killlnger. David R.. 375 Kllllnger. Sam Scott. 162. 375 Kimmell. Wayne R.. 231. 239. 353, 298 King. Dan Boland. I I I King. Lloyd Thomas, Jr.. 262 King. William Henry. 168. 258 Kingma. Phyllis Jean. 315 Klnion. Paul Henry. 345 Klnnamon. Jerry W., 369 Kinne. Morris Y.. Jr.. 97 Kinney. Carol Ann. 399 Kinser. Daniel David. 266 Klntner. Jack Philip. 293 Kintner. Shirley Ann. 392 Klnton. David Edward. 345 Kirke. William Thomas. 373 Kirllghn. Donald Dean. 265 Klrtley. William T., 79, 301, 304. 338. 355 Klser. Jeanette L.. 280 Kltch. Nancy Ann. 132 Kitchen. Clyde Keith. 125. 254. 272 Kitchen. Jerry D.. III. 369 Klvllghn. Donald Dean. 125 Klauer. James Dennis. 125. 263 Kleaveland. Jay C. 263 Klein. Alfred Paul, 79 Klein, Edora, 293 Klein, Richard James, 144 Klemesrud. Judy Lee. 235. 242. 336 Kline. Harrison James. 265 Klinqberq, Judith Ann, 323 Kllnger, Gayle Denlse, 325 Klinqler, Janet Ann, 132, 242, 256, 403. 404 Klingler. Marilyn J.. 241. 248. 395, 396. 398 Klingler. Robert John. 384 Kloewer. Delmar J.. III. 144, 173, 301, 353 Klontz. Herbert Arvid. 266, 279 Kloos. William Arthur. 279 Klopfensteln. Glenn. 391 Kloster. Frank Ellis. 125 Klug. Donald George. 79 Kluver. Richard A.. 298 Knapp. Bob Lee. 359 Knauss. Elizabeth J.. 132 Knight. Dean Laverne. 341 Knight. Donald Ray. 367 Knock. Bonnie Alberta. 79. 244. 281, 335 Knoebel. Ralph Walter. Ml Knoernschild. John D.. ill Knoke. George John. 97. 276 Knop. F.. Ill Knotts. Melvln C. 144 Knox. Linda Kay. 325 Knudtson. Richard G.. 409 Koch. Marcla Ruth. 327 Koeberle. Annette J.. 88. 282 Koelling. Richard J.. Ill Koerner. Ruth Ann. I 1 1 Koester. Mary Ann. 3M Kohlhase. Dawn Linnea. 317 Kolker. Carolyn Colby. 132. 403 Kolker, Emilie Lenore. 331 Kolker. Marga-et O.. 239. 247. 331 Kolterman. Robert M.. 299. 365 Koons. Donald Deane. 345. 277 Koontz. Joann C. T,. Ill Kooecky. Carolyn D.. Ill Kopecky. Milton Ales. 92 Korando. Judith Anne. 311 Korbelik. Kathryn J.. 401 Korns. Michael Edward. 262 Koser. Robert Wayne. 371 Kosnar, Jean Ellen, 335 Kou ' er. Jerrold Ellis. 343 Kozlen, Barbara Ann. 333 Kozlen. Ruth. 110. 333 Kragt. Preston R., 86, 266 Krambeck, James Lee, 375, 384. 385 Kramer. Kay Fredrick. III. 249. 380. 384. 385 Krapfl. Paul Cletus. 79. 259 Krause. Charles J.. 369 Krause. Lawrence A.. 357 Krause. Richard Dale. 298 Kraushaar, Maurice E., 263 Kray. Delbert Henry. 373 Krejcie. Virginia Ann. 235. 311 Kremer. Louise Esther. 132 Krezek. Richard M., 371 421 Krieger, Marlene Kay. 313 Kriens. Joan Marlene, 283 Krigsten, Ell Jay, 357 Kroening, Dorothy L., 317 Krohn, Gary Lete, 266 Kroloff, George M., 232, 338, 343 Kroner, John Oscar, III Kromer, Susan Emily, 401 Krueger, Larry Joseph, 373 Krull, Larry Jack, 237 Krumboltz, David R., 79, 351 Kube, Kenneth Silvlon, 263 Kubicek, Donald H., 298 Kuchel, Dorothy Ann, 235, 401 Kudart, Arthur Ronald, 97 Kuebler, Quentln C, III Kuehn, Richard Allyn, 125, 265 Kueter, Dale Joseph, 1 1 1 Kugel, Arlynn Edward, 79, 279 Kugel, Darlene Marian, III Kuhns, Lester Lee, 79 Kullman, Douglas Ray, 92 Kunau, Robert Tim, Jr., Ill Kunik, Harriet, III, 240, 241, 244, 245, 255, 333 Kupfer, Janice, 236, 319 Kupris, Jerry Lee, 359 Kurdelmeier, Gary R., Ill, 173, 247, 283, 301, 353 Kuriger. William L., 92 Kurihara, Buster M., 396 Kutsch, Gerald C, 92, 274 Kuyper, Janis Louise, 319 Kvidera, Michael L., 298 Kvindlog, Donald H., 79 Lacina, Norma Jo, 281 Lackore, Leonard K., 125 Ladd, Eugene Allen, 276 Ladd, Margaret Ann, 230, 236, 329 Ladd, Marilyn Adah, III Lainson, Phillip A., 355 Lambert, Gerald B., Ill, 234, 384 Lamm, Harold Stevens, 298 Lammert, Duane Henry, 79, 284 Lampe, B., 347 Landau, Robert Carl, 172, 369 Landenberger, James F., 367 Landess, Richard A., 137 Landis, Marsha Lynne, 311 Landweber, Peter S., 343 Lane, Bonnie Jean, 325 Lane, Howard Lee, 298, 391 Lane, Jerry Lee, 268 Lane, William John, 79 Lang, Larry Lee, 266 Lang, Michael Edwin, 367 Lange, Connie Lee, III Lange, Mary Elizabeth, 244, 245, 399 Lange, Sara Jane, 325 Langfitt, Susan E.. Ill, 252, 311 Langland, Roger G., Ill Langston, Ralph J.. 173 Lanninq, David Earl, 369 Lannon, Dennis P., 361 Lantau, Nadine Esther, 220, 231, 235, 239, 257, 317 Lantz, Charles Dean, 276 Lapham, William Gaius, 144 Larimer, Milo Charles, 170, 373 Larocque, Margaret R., Ill Larsen, Janice Evelyn, 132 Larsen, Jerry Lee, 88, 268 Larsen, Joanne D., 282 Larsen, John Harry, 285 Larsen, Peter Carlton, III, 292, 349 Larsen, Richard Duane, 79, 259, 285 Larsen, Shirley Faye, 239, 325 Larsh, Landon Claire, 137 Larson, Anne Adair, III, 311, 308 Larson, Clifford, 235, 367 Larson, Donna Joan, 321 Larson, Douglas John, 353, 375 Larson, Jerry Leroy, III, 277 Larson, Judith K. U., Ill, 331 Larson, Karen Jo, 315 Larson, Marilyn Joyce, 239, 325 Larson, Max Jerry, III, 409 Larson, Paul Delbert, 137 Larson, Robert M., 351 Larson. Robert C, 263 Lasensky, Vicki Lynne, 333 Lauger, Sandra Lee, 396, 398 Laumbach, Karen Kay, 317 Lauvstad, Walter A., 125 Law, Ann Marie, 280 Lawrence, D., 347 Lawrence, Richard J., Ill Lawson, Blanche, 282 Lawson, Gary Wayne, 79, 275, 285 Lawson, Jerome Wade, 355 Leabo, Jack Norman, 373 Leake, Sandra Ann, 244, 399 Lear, Linda Rae, 245, 331 Lebuhn, William J., 97, 278 Lee, Carol Mae, 401 Lee, Charles Oliver, 144 Lee, Herbert Evanson, 92 Lee, Karen Marsha, 220, 313 Lees, Paul David, 144 Left, Alan Robert, 268, 301, 363 Lego, Robert Thomas, 277 Lehman, Allen A., 359 Lehman, Joan Ellyn, 331 Lehr, George Warwick, 259 Leicht, Lois Eleanor, 132 Leidig, Roy Ronald, 125, 347 Leigh, Robert Edmond, 79 Leighty, Terry Lowell, 232, 353 Leinbach, Greta Jean, 219, 235, 321 Leinen, Howard James, 79, 381 Leinen, John Douglas, 279 Leinfelder, Beverly A., 132 Leinfelder, Carl J., 361 Lekwa, Verl Loren, 1 1 1 Leichook, Frank, 357 Lemanis, leva, 233, 257 Lemke, Kenneth Ray, III, 300, 347 Lemley, James Roland, 79 Lenox, Mary Virginia, 280, 315 Leo, Doris Ann, 236, 321 Leonard, Julie Ann, 323 Leonard, Mary Jane, 236 Leong, Sau Liam, 92 Leppert, Ruth Joan, 220 Lesch, Joann Kay, 236 Leshyn, John Steven, 144 Less, Clifford M., 97, 276 Leto, Raymond Angelo, 283 Lettow, Gary Joe, 339, 341 Lettween, Max, Jr., 232, 357 Levensky, Mark Alan, 230, 232, 239, 262, 357 Levinson, David S., 357 Levinson, Sandra Hale, III, 237, 255 Levis, Robert Edgar, 272 Leweck, James Richard, 409 Lewis, Charles M., 144 Lewis, Dale Kenton, 341 Lewis, Don Elwood, 79, 341 Lewis, John William, 156 Lewis, Robert William, 391 Leyes, Maureen Yvonne, 112, 220, 325 Lictenberger, H. W., 373 Lieb, Joel Cornelius, 371 Llechty, John Horst, 167, 369 Liedholm, Bill Warren, 239, 373 Lien, Raymond D., 79, 279, 284 Life, Patrick James, 276 Light, Ernest Isaac, 266 Light, Jane Ellen, 335 Llllibridge, William, 273 Lilly, Susan Louise, 327 Limesand, Donovan E., 125 LInd, Dorothy Ann, I 12, 190 Lind, Robert Herman, 264 Llnder, Robert Duane, 277 Lindgren, Bruce Carl, 373 Lindquist, Anne S., 112, 321 Lininger, Joyce E., 405 Link, Darrell Leroy, 125 Llnkletter, Merle G,, 303 Linn, Howard Keith, 189, 351 LInman, Mary Claire, 325 Lipshutz, Stanley H.. 112 Litka, Michael P., 97 Littlg, Mary Alice, 249, 313 Little, Donna Lee, 132, 323 Livermore, Richard L., 144 Livingston, Martha J., 282, 395, 400 Livingston, Richard R., 79, 343 Llewellyn, Neal N., 263 Lloyd, James Duane, 298 Lo, William W., 265 Lockard, Janice Fey, 236 Loebig, Wilfred F.. 79, 275, 279 Loeschen, Terry D., 355 Loftus, Paul Michael, 361 Logan, Paul David, 1 12 Logan, Thomas Eugene, 339, 369 Lohman, Robert F., 355 Lohmeyer, Loretta R., 236 Lohner, Sandra Kay, 325 Lohr, David Claire, 265 Long, Fred Robert, 144 Long, Marjorie Ann, 325 Long, Mary Caroline, 311 Long, Sally Linwood, 317 Longnecker, William K., 345 Longstreet, Connie J., 400 Longstreth, Charles R., 125 Longstreth, Helen E., 278 Loomer, John Gardner, 259, 285 Loomis, Arthur Ramon, 221 Loots, Robert James, 97 Lorenz, Karon Reid, 397 Lorenz, Sharon Reid, 397 Lotts, Dan Wasson, 355 Lous, Joanne, 405 Love, Jean Ann, 1 12 Love, William Asquith, 79, 371, 338, 300 Lovelace, Jerry Lee, 112 Lovrien, Marshall N,, 112 Lovrlen, Rex E., 261 Lowary, Eldon Keith, 265 Lowry, Gretchen L., 311 Lubbers Gilbert Ray, 384, 262 Lubke, Margarete E., 392, 393, 244 Lucht, Elizabeth L., 408 Ludwig, Janet Kay, 220 Luett, June Lee, 408, 112, 249 Luhman, Lowell Allen, 125, 263 Luhring, Dewayne M., 381 Lumbard, Melville D., 232, 351 Lumley, Dennis Loys, 353 Lumry, William Rufus, 384, 385, 79, 284 Lunan, Ralph Gregor, 79, 284. 279 Lund. Arnette Kay. 241. 240, 239, 317 Lund, Donald Roy, 359 Lundqulst, E., 257 Lundqulst, John W., 86, 266 Lungren, D., 79, 349 Luper, Frances E., 292 Lupton, Karen Lynne, 397, 396, 235, 257 Luscri, Frank, 79 Lust, Carroll Roger, 79, 284 Luth, Barbara Ann, 257 Luth, William Clair, 112 Luthans, Freddie, 232, 355 Luthans, Nancy Ann, 112, 236, 325 Lycke, Norman Laverne, 79 Lyie, Mary Lee, 112, 321 Lyie, Ralph James, 165, 171 Lyman, Douglas C, 365 Lynch, David Norman, 79 Lynch, Mary Lou, 31 I Lynch, Nancy Joan, 112, 248 Lynes, Richard R., 112 Lynn, Harlan Curtis, 232, 367, 299 Lyon ' Marilyn Marie, 395, 398. 396, 112 M MacFadyen, Judith A., 112, 325, 281 MacKenzIe, John L., 79 MacKInney, Douglas P.. 351, 144 MackrIII, Marlene G., 112 Macy, James Canon, 365, 301 Madden, Robert Louie, 259 Maddlson, Gayle E., 132, 319 Madison, Weldon Gene, 305, 298 Madsen, D., 257 Magel, Kenneth Don. 92 Magnuson, Gerald L., 375, 266 Maqulre, William G., 92, 284, 274, 259 Mahan, Sarah Anne, 248 Maher, Richard N., 92 Mahnke, Roger William, 347 Maklnson, Frank H., 92 Malik, Norbert R., 258 Mallaro ,Thomas C, 79, 259 Malloy, Mary Eileen, 236, 231, 329 Malmberg, Sandra Kay, 405 Malone, John Philip, 112, 283 Malpas, Edward R., 260 Maly. Ronald Wesley, 112 Mamo, George Ellas, 263 Manley, Karen May, 235, 323 Manvltz, Fayna Fern, 333 Marble, Maurice Andy, 92, 259, 258 Marcelonis, Robert P., 391 Marchant, Thomas W., 1 12 Margulles, Jeffrey R., 357 Markman, David, 357 Marks, Michael George, 276 Marlln, Janet Elaine, 236, 281 Marner, David Lloyd, 97, 278 Marsau, Marilyn Ann, 319 Marschall, John Dodd, 173 Marsden, Sharon Rhea, 405 Marsh, Curtis L., Jr., 92 Marsh, Sandra, I 12 Marsh, Shiela, 112 Marshall, John C, 261 Marshall, Tyler E., 363 Martens Dennis A., 79 Martens, Gloria Gay, 112 Martens, James Kay, 373 Martens, Peggy Ann L., 401 Martin, Charlene Jane, 323, 309 Martin, Coleen Kay, 1 12 Martin, G., 323 Martin, James Joseph, 285 Martin, Joseph M., 170 Martin, Robert Allen, 302, 303 Martinez, Raymond H., 283 Masin, Vincent Frank, 86, 268 Mason, Judy, 220 Mason, Karia Jean, 112 Mason, Robert Duane, 268 Messier, Katherlne H., 327 Mast, Janet Louise, 321 Masters, Roger Fay, 79 Mateer, John Harold, 79 Mather, L., 237 Mathes, Dwight Lowell, 112, 228, 349 Mathews, Jerret Erwln, 232 Matsumoto, Eugene I., 298 Mattes, Richard Paul, 367 Matthes, Wilbur John, 292 Matthews, Robert D., 258 Maughan, Armetta J., 112 Maughan, John F., 125, 263 Mauk, Allyn Lewis, 262 Maulson, Vernon Clyde, 97, 276 Maurer, Mary Louise, 313 Maurer, Richard John, 298, 303, 304 Maurer, William Page, 232. 298. 355 Maxfield, Dana G., 112 Maxon. Robert George, 339. 345 Maxwell. Richard D., 92, 284 Mayer, Patricia Ruth, 243, 317 Maywald, Joyce Joan, 313 Mazza, Joann Mary, 112, 395, 397, 398 McAlpine, Kenneth C, 284, 349 McAuley, Michael F., 239, 363 McBride, John Warren, 273 McCa be, Ann, 321 McCall, Eileen M., 112 McCall Mary Marrh, 325 McCammond, John M., 263, 272 McCann, Eldon Ray, 97 McCarthy, Thomas J., 113 McCaughey, Myron H., 369 McClain, Pamelia Ann, 220 McClenahan, Mervln L., 263 McClintock, John A., 97 McClurg, Paul Thomas, 92 McClusky, E.. 395 McCommas. Charles A.. 79. 300 McComas. John L.. 258 McComas. Robert Leo. 113 McConnell, Charles J.. 156. 173. 355 McCool, George Walter, 271 McCormack, Lindsay A., 248, 313 McCormIck, Kathryn, 231, 239, 331 McCown, Nancy Jean, 88, 113, 292 McCoy, John Leo, 373 McCracken, Patricia J., 245, 329 McCray, Larry Allen, 373 McCreath, James G., 373 McCulloch, James N. A. 268 McCurdy, John A., 168 McCusker, William E., 282 McCuskey, David Lande, 369, 422 McCuskey, Jon William, 79. 369 McDermott. John P., 92 McDermott, Michael O.. 239, 355 McDevitf, Paul I., 264 McDevitt. William P.. 125, 264 McDonald, Elizabeth, 113. 313 McDonald. Jacqueline, 247, 244 243. 239, 234, 315 McDonald, John Samuel 220 171 369. 144 McDonald, Mary K., 31 1 McDonald. Richard S.. 373, 298 McDonald, John A.. 97 McElyea, Betty Louise. 321 McFadden. Philip R.. 264 McFadden. Vernon F.. 79. 373 McFadden. Vincent M,. 266 McGee. James Leevert, 365 McGee. Thomas Warren, 301, 261 McGinn. John Joseph, 167. 144 McGinnis, Dale Eugene, 80 McGinnis, Judith Ann, 397. 113 McGivern. Margaret J., 132 McGovern. Marcia J., 245, 331 McGovern. Patrick J.. 113 McGrane. William A., 113 McGrath. Robert D., 276 McGraw. Patricia L.. 113 McGuire. James Edward. 92 Mclntire, Barbara Ann, 323 Mcintosh, Sharon Lea. 191. 329 McKay. Thomas W.. 97. 228. 277 McKen ie. Elaine, 311 McKenzie. Thomas J., 97 McKeon, John Franklin. 92 McKercher. John C.. 92. 268. 258 McKercher. Theodore C. 86 McKinley. Marilyn Ann. 401 McKinney, James D., 97 McLane. Richard M., 303 McLane. Thomas I.. 93, 258 McLaren, Judith Ellen. 113 McLarnan, J. Kaye, 245. 244, 321 McLarnan, Keith W.. 263 McLarty, Mayland Max, 260 McMahon, Hugh Charles. 80. 297 McMahon. William J., 279. 266 McMaines. F.. 32, 248 McManigal, Charles W., 369, 339 McMullin. Roger W.. 113 McNamee, Robert Gene, 273 McNeil. Barbara J.. 393 McNeil, Joan Carol. 323 McNeil. Mary Ann, I 13 McNeill, Leiand E., 125 McPherson. Margaret A.. 113 McShane. Barbara Ann. 408 Mead, Cameron Jean, 113 Meadows, Donald Keith, 80 Meaghan, Roberta Anne 395 398 396. 242, 240, 257 Means. Carl Eugene, 113. 293. 295 Meany. John Regan, Jr., 359 Mears. Gary H., 80, 300 Medakovich, Helen J.. 321 Mee. Jerry Daniel. 80 Mee. Margaret, 327 Meek, Dorothy Lea. 323 Meeker. M. M.. 401 Meents. Theodore John, 303 Meer, Sonya Kay. 1 13 Megchelsen. John Paul. 86. 266 Meier. Gretchen E.. 325 Meierot+o. Dennis E., 80 Meister, Delores Anne, 132 Mekemson, Robert R.. 263 Melchert. Jonett, 113, 308. 325 Melichar. Paul Jan, 265 Mendenhall. Geraldine, 400 Mendon. Gary Charles. 353 Mentzer. Carol Roxle. 113 Mercer. Carl Robert, 273, 339. 353 Merchant. Richard I., 299, 384 Merrill. Diana Delia. 325 Merriman, Charlene L.. 113 Merriman. John Burton, 283 Mershon. James C, 391 Merz. Curtis Karl. 144 Mescher. Dwight Paul, 367 Meyer, Gary Evan. 80. 172, 173. 301 Meyer. Georgia Jean. 113. 281 Meyer. Laurance J.. 97. 277 Meyers. G.. 258 Meyers. I., 327 Meyers, James Engum. 353 Meyerson. Larry Brian. 232. 357 Mezvinsky, Edward M., 232. 357 Michael. Mariorie Ann. 242. 327 Michaels. Glenn David, 80 Michaelson, Ronald T.. 373 Michel. Elsabeth M., 404 Michelsen, Robert H.. 391 Middlebrook. Donald C. 170, 363 Mietke, Ernest Henry, 144 Mignerey, Janet E., 245 Milani. George W., 301, 279. 276 Milani. James Gregory, 97, 277 Miller, Allan John, 351 Miller. Andrea Louise, 319 Miller. Barton Combs. 347 Miller. David Robert, 363 Miller, Dennis Lee, 262. 272 Miller, Dwight M., 278 Miller, Frank Edward. 113. 265 Miller. Harry L., 113 Miller. Jackson Ray, 373, 298 Miller. Jerry Jay, 80. 373 Miller. Jock Altnow. 170. 353 Miller. John Furman. 351 Miller. Joseph Martin, 409 Miller. Linda Lee. 323 Miller. Linda Karen. 242 Miller, Lois Garrison. 404, 132 Miller. Michael J., 221 Miller, Patricia Ann. 236, 327 Miller, Phillip T., 369 Miller. Rhys F,. 80, 369 Miller. Richard W.. 113 Miller. Rodney Wayne. 98, 234 Miller. Rodney Harold. 125 Miller. Rosalie Ann, 327 Miller. Sandra Joan. 236 Miller, Sara Ann. 321 Miller. Tonya Ann. 313 Milligan. Ann, 181, 331 Minis. Judith Ann, 313 Mills, Estel Lane, 167. 173, 273 Mills, Philip Charles. 371 ' Mills, Stanley David, 125 Mills, Thomas M.. 375 Mllstein. Stanley. 263 Mlltner. Susan E., 319 Miner. James 8., Jr.. 262 Miner, Marilyn Ann, 190, 331 Mishlove. Joan Ruth, 333 Mitchell. Betty Lu, 113. 248 Mitchell. Charles H.. 167 Mitchell. Donald E, 345 Mitchell, M,. 113 Mitchell, Richard S., 80, 351 Mittelberg, Kent Noel 234 271 284 384 Mitvalsky, John F., 231, 273, 298, 369 Mixson, Myra Jo, 329 Modracek. Robert C. 93 Modrick. Stephen E.. 93 Moelk. Mary Jean. 113. 395, 396. 401 Moeller, Darby James. 262 Moeller, Daria June, 1 13. 317 Moeller, Janet Joy. 260. 400 Moen. Carolee. 329 Moen. Donne Philip. 80. 301. 369 Moes. John Robert. 265 Moffitt. Sara Jane, 315 Mohrman. Mary Louise, 192 Mooldenhauer. Kerin K.. 113 Moline, Henry Keith, 80, 284 Molloy. James N., 276 Monsanto. Carlos Hugo. 113 Montano. Edna Calo, 233 Monteon, Celia Anna, 393 Montgomery, Franklin, 261 Montgomery. Guy Edwin, 347 Montross, Keith Eldon. 299 Moore, Beverly Jean, 331 Moore. Carolyn. 395 Moore. Elizabeth Anne, 113 Moore, Joanne. 395. 400 Moore. Karlene Kay. 191. 325 Moore, Kathleen Susan. 311 Moore, Marcia Lynne, 113. 325 Moore. Margaret E., 132 Moore, Sally Lou, 1 13 Moore. Thomas Young. 162 Moorman. Robert Craln. 113 Moran. Carolyn Myrna. 220. 232. 234. 252. 398 Moravec, Mellnda Anne. 331 Morgan, Marlene Mae, 132 Morgan, Paul F,. 302 Moriarty. John L.. Jr., 261 Morisako, Akira, 86, 266 Morledge. Roy V., Jr., 98 Morley, Cephas Robert, 80 Morreal, Charles E., 261 Morris, Gary Claude, 167 173 273. 369 Morrison. Donald J., 266 Morrison, Mary Jane, 281 Morrison. Mary Joan. 236, 317, 401 Morrison, Thomas C, 349 Mortensen, Diane C, 323 Mortley. Gene Ernest, 113 Mortley. Jack Lee. 93, 258 Morton. Carole Jean. 80, 408 Morton, Clark Edward, 80, 219, 279 284 Morton, Robert Dale. I 13 Moseley, John Richard, 113. 361 Moser. Larry Lee. 172. 173. 369 Moss, William Earl, 303 Mottet, John Clement, 80 Moulin. Nancy, 243, 281, 395. 396, 398 Mousel. Robert Louis. 113 Stephen. Alan, 113. 345 Mueller. Marion M.. 132 Mueller, Nancy Jean, 335 Mullenberg. Don T.. 359 Mull. Sandra Jane. 256 Mullen, Michael Paul. 361 Mullenlx. Ivan L.. 345 Mulllnix. Herbert M., 277 Mullins, Earl E.. Jr., 353 Mullmann, R. Kent, 351 Mulroney, Michael J., 277 Mumgaard, Charles A., 375 Mundt, Frank Allen. 156 Munger. Theodore C, III, 375 Munson, Henry Audrey, 347 Murphy, George F., 276 Murphy, John Robert, 361 Murphy, Katharine A., 313 Murphy, Richard B., 349 Murphy. Thomas W., 125. 234, 264 Murray, Kathleen C, 113 Murray. Michael Leroy. 375 Murray. Patricia E., 400 Murray. Richard W.. 391 Musgrove, Sandra Jean, 399 Myers. Gerald Duane. 302 Myers. Isabel Lois. 219, 235, 239 Myers, James Arthur. 353 Myers, Marcia Lee, 190. 319 Myers, P., 347 Myers, Richard Allen, 80 Myers, Stuart Brydon, 355 Myers, Theodore P., 262 Myli Ronald Keith, 367 Myren, Richard Thomas. 384, 285 N Nabedrick. Jack. 343 Nacke. Don Lee. 384. 385 Naessig. Carlyle F., 266 Nagel. Edward L., 298 Naibert. Lynn Charles. 113 Naifeh, George S.. Jr.. 264 Nalan, Jerry Eugene. 1 13. 283 Nance. Raymond Ronald. 373 Napier, John Guilford, 262 Napier. J.. 132 Napier, William Hayes. 277 Napoll, Gloria. 132 Nash, Janet Lee. 114, 88 Nash. Larry Lee, 266 Nassen, Robert Dean. 266 Nau, Earl Keith, 156 Naughton, Gerald Paul. 80 Neel. Nina Mae, 315 Neely. Marlon Robert, 277 Neff. Diane Rae, 335 Negrete, Mary Ann, 132 Neby, Claire Paul. 262 Nell. Richard Holley. 80 Noir. John Harry. 80 Nelsen. Richard F.. 251. 369 Nelson, Carl Buckman. 375 Nelson. Carol Louise. 401. 319 Nelson, David A.. Jr.. 93 Nelson. Donno Lou. 270. 280 Nelson. Douglas R.. 86, 266 Nelson. Frances L.. 317 Nelson, Frank B., 278 Nelson. Gerald Willis. 98. 276 Nelson, Gunnar E.. 261 Nelson, James Dean, 263 Nelson, Janet Sue, 283 Nelson. Jill, 317 Nelson, Jim Watel, 263 Nelson. Judy Helen,. 1 14 Nelson, Lance Shaylor. 349 Nelson. Lloyd Arthur. 114 Nelson, M. Patricia. 232. 323 Nelson. Nancy Kay, 313 Nelson. Nancy Leona. 114 240 242 327 Nelson. Norman August. 80. 345 Nelson. R.. 80 Nelson, Richard Max, 266 Nelson, Roald Allen, 125, 262 Nelson. Robert Duaine, 237. 389 Nelson. Robert J., 86. 268 Nelson, Ronald. 347 Nelson. Sandra Jean, 236 Nelson, William E.. 266 Nemmers, David Joseph. 265 Nemmers, Roger Julian. 266 Nesbit, Floyd Wallace. 86, 268 Nesbit, Kenton E.. 266 Neslund, Jim George. 347 Ness, Leif Anton. 233 Netsch. Paul Eugene, 80. 275, 285 Nevermann, Leallen F., 80. 259, 385 Newcomb. Sheridan Ann.. 114. 249. 380, 392 Newcomer, Janet Ruth 188 236 325 405 Newell, Bill E., 351 Newell, Marguerite E., 313 Newell. Richard Gene, 369 Newman, Edwin. 264 Newman, E., 319 Newman, Juanlta Rae. 317 Newsome. James Allen. 114, 266 Newton, Michael Allan, 114. 343 Newton, Roger Eugene, 263 Nicholas, Nick P., 285 Nicholas, William Roy, 258 Nichols. Barbara Lea, 248 Nicholson, James A., 299 Nicholson. Wylmarie G., 114 Nickels, Richard A., 279 Nickelsen, Hilda 5. H.. 114 Nickles. John Leslie. 125 Niehaus. Donald Paul, 1 14 Nlemeier, Jean Louise, 235, 245, 331 Nierling, Dean Alan. 262 Nixon, Channing J., 375 Nocera, John Stanley, 173. 144 Noe, Judith Ann. 192. 321 Noel. Juanlta Blatt. 114 Nolte. Lavonne Kay, 396,114. 88 Nora. John Peter. 173 Nordyke. Thomas E.. 369 Norgaard. Jacqueline. 137. 323. 280 Norman. Gale Jean. 405 Norman, George Lloyd, 277 Norman. Steven Robert. 341. 301 North. Billy B.. 277 North. George Frank, 268 Northey, Ellen T.. 248. 319 Northey. Harry George. 166 Northrup. Richard S.. 391 Northup, Byrle Arthur. 93, 284. 271 Northup, Tharold E.. 93. 258 Norton. Donald Farrls. 144 Norton, M. Nan. 321. 281 Norton, Sandra Jr .in, 318 Norton. S , ; J Norwooa ' " " 3 Nosley. C: -,, . j Novack. Gerald James, 144 Novak. George Edward. 268 Novak. Tommy Leo. 168 Novotny. Gene Lester, 114, 355 Novotny. Mllo Richard. 268 Nuckols. Margaret Lou. 114. 335 Nugent, Dennis Howard. 265. 381 Nugent. Thomas Edward. 80. 301. 353 Nunn. David Neal. 276 Nunn, James Edward, 80 Oakley. Brice Case, 114. 349 Oathout. Jeanelte L.. 132 423 Oathout, Ronald Alva, 114, 266 Obersteln, Bennett T., 343, 357 Obllnger, Thomas M., Ml, 239. 353 O ' Brien, David Joseph, 339, 355 O ' Brien, Thomas James, 80 Ochs, Mary Ann, 80, 281 O ' Connell, Orvllle D., 279, 409 O ' Connell. William J., 98 O ' Connor. James David, 277 O ' Connor, Nancy Kay, 88, 396 O ' Donnell, John C. 114 O ' Donnell. Judith M.. 239. 245. 331 O ' Donnell, Michael G.. 114, 167, 363 Oehl, Florence Marie, 114 Oelerich. Ruth Ann. 400 Offenburger, Joseph L., 114, 278 Offerman, Robert John. 264 Ogesen. Robert Bruce, 86. 266 Ogren. David Carl. 282. 292, 298, 384, 385 O ' Hara. Farron. 230. 239. 241. 321 Ohde, Roger Raye, 80 Ohden. Marian C. 293 Oiemann. George Alvin. 254. 262 Okubo, Joan Kayoko, 398, 400 Oldham. Karen June. 317 Oldsen, Evelyn Rae. 88, 114, 311 O ' Leary, Norman Swain, 266 Olinger, William F.. 359 Oliver, Dennis Leroy, 351 Olmstead. Don Dee, 277 Olsen, Douglas Alfred, 261 Olsen, Thea Ragnhilde, 248 Olsen. Vicki Jo. 335 Olson. Barbara Ann. 315, 114, 398 Olson, Janet Carol. 114 Olson. Judith Lynne. 236 Olson, Marilee Kay, 242, 323 Olson, Marlene Jewel, 114, 315 Olson, Walter Leroy, 81, 284, 279 Onden, M., 292 O ' Neill. John Francis. 98. 277 O ' Neill. Nancy Jean. 399 Opheim. Dennis Q.. I 14 Oppenheimer. Roger E., 367 Organ, Gerald Francis, 298 Orlowsky, Ralph S., 343 Ornduff. Dale Edward, 81 Orr. P., 321 Orr, Richard Wayne, 371 Orris, Wayne Eugene, 279 Orris, William C. 171 Ortale. Craig Louis, 81 Orth, William James, 114 Osborn. Margaret Lee, 236, 323 Ostrander, Dona L.. 335 Otto, Phyllis K., 405 Overby, Floyd Richard, 125, 262 Overholser, Sharon L., 114 Overton, Jerry Dean, I 14 Owen, Wanita Carol, 132 Pabst, Mark Dell, 114, 363, 300 Paeth, William Harold, 278 Page, Sally Ann, 220, 239. 325 Pagel. Norman Dale. 93 Paharia. Ram Kishore, 93 Palm. Mary Jo. 114 Palmer. Gerald F., 375 Palmer. Paul Ronald, 221, 353 Panousis, Christ Tony, 93 Papadakes, Athena, 323 Pappaiohn, Socrates G., 98, 254 Pardee, Joyce Louise, 396 Paris, Darlene Louise, 399 Paris, Lee Paul, 81, 259 Park, Ellen Susan, 403, 132, 380 Park, Jenny Lou, I 15 Park, Kenneth Arthur, 302, 303 Park, Sandra Sue, 398. 114 Parker. Carolyn Mae. 317 Parker, Martha Mary, 327 Parker. Patricia Lee, 321 Parker, Todd Kauffman, 247, 371, 338 Parker. William Loyal, 266 Parkhurst, Sarah Jane, 327 Parks, Jerry Thomas, 284 Parsley, Marilyn Jo. I 15 Parsons, CIntra K., 393 Parsons, Patricia A.. 331 Parsons, Rodney G., 81. 371 Patramanis, Mike G.. 276 Patrou, Harry P., 355 Patschke, Luella M., 281 Patterson. Arch Wayne, 258 Patterson. Fred E.. 125, 265 Patterson, M. Janet. 88 Patterson. Miriam L.. 132 Patterson, Robert B., 359 Patterson, Robert K., 263 Patterson, Sylvia F., 315 Pattie. James Philip, 115, 353 Patton, Darral John, 93 Pauk, George Lyon, 264 Paulson, Neva Lea. 115. 392. 393 Paulus. Nicholas J.. 361 Paustian, Lenn e Lee, 93 Paxson. William Joe. 365 Payne. Thomas. 156, 173 Pearse, George Ancell. 261 Pearson, Carl William, 98. 277 Pearson, James August, 264 Pearson, J.. 329 Pechous, Paul George, 125. 265 Peck, Merlin Eugene. 81 Peck. Spencer Junior. 276 Peck. W. Helene. 114. 115. 329 Peckumn. Jeane K.. 236. 401 Pederson. Linda Karen. 115. 331 Peltersen, Daryl Lee, 365 Pemble, William E., 278 Penney. Sue. 329 Pentony. Paul E.. 93 Percival. James A., II, 266, 279 Pereboom. John Warren. 115 Perkins, Carolyn C, 115 Perkins, Daniel S., I 15 Peropoulos, Peter C, 93. 284 Persellln. Brenna R.. 333 Pesch. Carl H., 98. 276 Pesses. Samuel Lee. 237 Pestotnlk. Bonnie Lou. 395. 399 Peters, Donald Arthur, 115 Petersen, Dick Jens, 298, 384, 385 Petersen. Don Alan. 355 Petersen. Patricia S.. 115 Peterson. Ann. 260 Peterson, Arthur D.. 98, 331, 277 Peterson, Bernard H.. 221 Peterson. Dianne. 319 Peterson. Donald J.. 266 Peterson. Edward A., 115. 338. 367 Peterson. Hamlet A.. 125. 262. 272 Peterson. Mary Alice. 115 Peterson. Margaret G.. 395, 400 Peterson. Max Gilmer. 359 Peterson. Nancy Ann. 115 Peterson, Raymond G-, 232, 363 Peterson, Robert R.. 273. 274 Peterson. Sheryl M., 257 Peterson, Steve, 371 Petrus, Sandra Louise, 315 PeHljohn. Paul Clyde, 284. 285, 375. 385 Pfab. Laurel Irene, 313 PfaltigrafI, Carole J.. 115. 311 Pfeifer. Howard W.. 115 Pfuderer. William F., 232, 349 Phelan, Janice C. 313 Phelan, Michael M., 359 Phelps. Calvin Jene. 81. 279 Phelps. Charles D., 375 Phelps. Dale Gardner. 375 Phillips, Donna Marie. 115, 313 Phillips. J. Sidney. 115 Phillips, Joanne L.. 292 Phillips. Kay Eleanor. 319 Phillips. Ruth Ann, 115 Phillips. S., 373 Phillips, Thomas A., 373 Philpot, Robert F., 115 Phinney. James L.. 302 Phinney. Roberta S., 132. 301 Phlpps. Roberta L.. 88 Pldgeon. Harold Ray. 357 Pierce, Charles V.. 81, 284. 173. 144 Pierce. Jerome Wltmer, 373 Pierce, Michael Alton, 125 Plersol, Jon Ross, 353 Pierson, Phillip, 220, 371 Pierson, William C. 115, 359, 301, 277 Pillars, Martha Ann. 243. 329 Pillmore, Carolyn Y.. 331. 257 Pink, James William. 86 PInkerton, Charles J.. 375. 266 Piper. Nick J., 251 Plrkey, Jack Arnold, 93 Pitkin, Roy Macbeth, 262 Pifzel, Ralph Eugene, 93, 261 PItzer, Charles Lloyd, 261 Pixler, Richard Earl, 115 Plato, Richard Hadley, 81, 273, 168 Piatt, Mary Elizabeth, 245 Platter, Phillip S., 373 Plock, Richard Henry, 277 Plumer, David Gene, 115, 283 Pock, Max AdoH. 276 Podol, Richard Lee. Poffenbarger. Virgil, 373 Pohl. James Leo. 1 15 Pohl. Roberta Jane. 115 Pollard, Thomas Leroy, 365 Pollock, Patricia Joy, 115, 230, 182, 331 Polzois, James D., 359 Poock, Violet Marie, 405 Poorman, Gary Glenn, 375 Foots, Jo, 190 Popelka, Therese A., 313 Popofsky, Melvin L., 115, 234, 224, 357, 260, 257 Porter, Roberta, 236, 319 Posner, Linda Diane, 220, 333 Posplshll, Donald. 81 Pote. Thomas Guy, 81 Potter, James Joseph, 115 Potthast, Robert A., 170. 363 Poulson, Donald Lee. 268 Powell, Ann Barstow. 220. 311 Powell. James Gardner. 231. 369 Powell, Robert Vernon, 125 Powell, Thomas B., Ill, 115 Power, Beth Joan, 315 Powers, Donald Wayne, 349 Powers, John Joseph, 115, 361 Pratt, Robert L., 167, 173 Pray. H.. 292 Precht. Frank Edward. 81. 259 Prescott. Robert J.. 173. 273. 144 Presnell, Richard W., 115 Preston, Martha Jean, 405 Preul, Loralne Carol. 115 Price. James Rhys. 339 Price. John Day, 298 Price. John Martin, 254, 363. 301. 296. 304. 258. 257 Price. Robert Vernon, 363 Price. Robin Romana. 373. 313 Prlchard. Wayne G.. 115. 367 Prldeaux. Daniel W., 81. 284 Prince. Terrence Paul. 373 Prine, Robert Henry. 369 Prlngle. Gary Dorman. 270 Pringle. Jerry Verne. 115 Prosser. Arnold Roy, 93. 302. 301, 304. 259. 258 Prusok. Ralph Ernst. 409 Prusok, RudI Albln, 409 Prybil, Patricia Ann, 220, 403 Purcell, Hal Clark, 264 Purdon, Thomas F., 355 Pushor, Myrna Jean, 398 Putbrese, Keith Eldon, 98, 276 Putney, Mary Jo, 247. 239. 231, 321 Pyfer. Charles M.. 263 Quick. John Thomas. 167. 173, 273 Quick. Stanley C. Jr.. 268 Ouigle. James Ray. 81. 284. 349 Quirk, Larry Eugene. 268 Rabuck. Bruce Emanuel. 125 Radcllff. B.. 329 Raffensperger. Paul C. 137 Ragner. Jeanette M.. 313 Ralm, Rolland Leo, 1 15 Ramsay, Theodore Kees, 1 15 Ramsey, Warne F., 115, 263 Randall, John D., Jr.. 276 Rank. Jerry Dean, 81. 347 Rankin. Harold C, 263 Ranne, Sfcaidrite V., 257 Ransom, James Harley, 1 15 Rascher, Joan, 327 Rashid, Jake Ernest, 86 Rashid, James Francis, 268 Rasmus, Robert Leroy, 86, 266 Rasmuson, Ronald Reed, 341 Rasmussen, John R., 93 Rate, Mary Lou, 331 Rater, Cornelius J., 265 Rathert, John William, 277 Rauenbuehler, Mark A.. 137 Rausch, Richard L., 237 Raush. Melvin Perry. 259 Rave. Donald Arthur. 268 Rayburn, Judith C, 327 Raymond, Suzanne Kay, 231, 329 Raymond, Thomas C, 375, 266 Ream, Margaret M., 327 Reams, Danny Ival, 299 Reams, Kenneth Lyie, 116 Rebec, Jack Eugene, 81 Recher, Beryl M.. 325 Recher. Beulah Rae, 116, 88, 325 Recker. Rosemary. 81 Redman. Bette Lea. 401, 333 Reed. Dorothy Selma. 116 Reed, K. Jacqueline. 384 Reed, Keith Allen, 359 Reeder, Jereld R., 367 Reedquist, Karen L., 319 Reemtsma, Sharon Kaye, 325 Reeves. Lane Arthur. 263 Reid, Bonnie Jean, I 16 Reid. Richard Wood, 86, 266 Relder, David Alan, 81 Relman, Arden Jerome, 1 16, 276 Reimers, Robert T., 373 Rein. Jerry Dean, 220, 367 Reinders, Paul James, 303, 300, 304 Relndley, Marion Kay, 133, 256, 255 Relnhardt, Richard K., 81 Relnhart, Sally L.. 323 Rempe, Dolores Joan, 392, 116 Reoass, Judith Mae, 242, 245, 329 Ressler, Rhea Lorls, 280 Reuss, Patricia Ann, 292 Reuten, Fred Rudolph, 81 Revinsen. D., 237 Reyhons, Allan Eugene, 381 Reynolds, Jeremiah F., 116 Reynolds, Michael E.. 347 Reynolds. Myrna Lee. 331. 191, 179 Reynolds. Richard Lee. 116 Reynolds. Thomas E.. 116 Rhatlgan. Ronald M.. 263 Rhoads. Franklin John. 116 Rhode, P., 319 Rhodes, Gary Dean, 385, 299 Rhodes, Nancy Joan, 323 Rhodes, Sharon Lynn, 323 Rice, Harold Walter, 137 Rich, Stanley Wilbur, 116. 343 Rich. Willis Arthur. 116 Richard, Mary Ann, 116, 317 Richards, Marcia M., I 16 Richards, Robert Jay, 167 Richards, Stanley, 98, 277 Richardson, Elmer J.. 384. 385 Richmond, Gene Mary, 401. 116. 248 Richmond. Jack Lloyd. 261 Richmond. Larry Jack. 373 Rlchter. John Phillips. 353 Richter, Mercer J.. 116, 373 RickeH, Ernest A., 1 16, 252, 238, 254, 359 Rlddlesberger, Jean F., 191, 313 Ridenour, Jim Craig, 384. 385, 81, 285, 284, 275 Rider, James Richard, 375, 339 Rider, Janice Kay, 292. 257 Rider. Norton Park. 81, 234. 375, 338 Rleck, Donald Allan. 266 RIegel. Leo William. 384 RIehm. Bob Paul, 172 Rleks, Ralph Harold, 172 Rlelly, James Patrick, 98. 276 Rierson, Clifford E., 367 Ries, Donald Gregory, 261 Rietveld, Sharon Kay, 321 Rigney. Frank Joseph, 116, 173, 144 Riley, Donald William. 391 Riley, Joseph L., 116 Rinden. Gerry Mundt, 162, 373 Rinden, Thor W., 359 Rinderknecht, Norman, 125, 264 Rlnders, P., 81 Rlnehlmer, Nancy Ann, 398 Ringer, William C. 299 424 Ripple, Richard Carl, 98 Risk. Ann Ca rolyn. 116. 323 Rittenmeyer, Janice M., 403, 133. 283 Rix. Karen Jean, 400 Rix. Richard Allan, 359 Rlzk. Neil Wayne, 377 Rizos. John P.. 93, 258 Robblns, John C, 265 Roberdee. Barbara Lea. 118 Roberson. Dennis E., 277 Roberson. Joyce Ann. 133 Roberson. Nancy Lee 248 249 243 321, 292 ' ■ Roberts, Charles K., 93, 274 Roberts. Jo Ann. 242. 321 Roberts, John Kenneth 347 Roberts. K., 259 Roberts. Nancy Emma, 321 Roberts, Richard Don, 391 81 Roberts, Richard W., 262 Roberts. Sharon V., 116 Roberts. Simon O., 397, 116 172 Roberts Theodore K., 359 Robertson. James L.. 276 Robertson. Keith R., 81 Robertson. Larry Joe, 369 Robertson, Nancy Gene, 398, 242 Robertson, Robert E., 81 Robey, George Earl. 1 16, 353, 301 Robinson. Jon Royce. 116 Robinson. Marcia Ann. 315 Robinson. Wayne L.. 262 Robison. Gerald T.. 349 Robson. Carolyn Ella. 116. 313 Rochau, Donald Ray. 81, 375 Rockwell. Glen Ellis. 93. 258 Rodeen. Mariene M., 401 Rodemeyer, Marvin O., 347 Roden, Joyce Anne, 116 Rodgers, Jay Douglas, 298 Rodgers, Louis Dean. 262 Roeder. Don Ellsworth, 116, 369 282 Roehm, Carole Ann. 329 Roelofs. Robert Irwin, 303 Roemlg, Alan Charles, 303 Rogers, Arthur Dale. 391 Rogers, Carolyn Kaye. 248 Rogers, James Marlon. 116 Rogers, Jaonna B., 397 ' 116 Roggenkamp, Elaine j., 117 317 Rohlf, Paul Leon, 384. 385 Rood, Shirley L., 133 Rosche. Richard Frank. 365 Rose, Robert Dean, 347. 339 Roseberry, Stanley L., 276 Rosen, Jerome A., 357 Rosenberg, Betty Ann. 333 Rosenberg, Harry W.. 268 Rosenberg, Jerrold A., 357 Rosenberger. R chard, 274 258 Rosenfeld. Sheldon S. 276 Rosenfeld. William c ' , 262 Rosenkrans. Donald. Jr., 263 Rosky. Theodore S., 367 Ross. Carol Jean. 117. 292 Ross. Robert E.. 93 Rossate. David S., 349 Rossberg, Delbert ' L., 273. 172 Roth. Lawrence. 259. 258 Koth. Richard James. 93 Roth. Richard James, 93 Rothenberg. Harvey D.. 284 Rotman, Marilyn Rae. 88 Rotman. Mlllicent J.. 393 Rotman. Ruth Fern. 333 Rouse. Elaine Marie. 398 Rouse, Wayne Earl. 117, 365 272 262 Roussos. Dean Steve, 81 Rovner, Arnold Bert 276 Rovner. Edith. 333 Rowen, Robert George 351 Rowland, William V., 263 Rowlands, Donna Mae 315 Ruasch, P.. 258 Ruberts, Dawn, 326 Rubottom. Mariene Joan. 281 Rubottom, Mariene M 117 335 Rubottom. Richard L.. 117. 341 263 Rudd. Darrell Lee, 117 Ruddy. John Richard. ri7 Rump. John Henry, 284. 271 259 Rundle. James F.. 117 ' Runge, Dennis John. 162 Runke. Richard P.. Jr.. 276, 301, 117 Runnlon. Lillian May. 220. 393 Runyan. Merrill D., 371 Ruopp. George F., Ill, 384, 353 Ruopert. Kathryn M. 408 Russ. J.. 259 Russell, Barbara E.. 335. 280 Russell. Jimmy Lee. 1 17 Russell. Judith Lynn, 396, 257 Ruther. Rex B.. 98, 277 Rutkowskl. Ronald C. 373 Ryan. C, 117 Ryan. Margery Ann. 408 Ryan, Thomas Anthony, 264, 279 Sabbath. John Walter. 278. 276 Sabeh. George, 264 Sabln, James Edward, 347 Sackelt. Larry H.. 81 Sackett, Mary Rita, 400. 236. 321 Sacra, Tom Allen, 347 Sahs, Kenneth Lorenz. 266 Sahs. Mary Ann Hlntz, 117 Salasek, Dolores Ann, 408 Samberg, Rosalie Y.. 117. 333. 255 Sampson. Peter A.. 345 Samuelson, Betty J., 405, 403, 133 Sandercock, Robert L.. 117 Sandler, Lee Edward. 162 Sandok. Burton Alan, 117, 264, 257 Sandrock, Austin R., 262 Sanftner, John Edward, 371 Sar. Joanne Marie, 400 Sather. Carole Jean, 220 Sather. Ronald John. 117 Sato, Elaine Mlyoko. 117. 281 Saucer, Edward Gene. 98 Saunders, Roger Allen ' , 284 Savel, Robert John, 375 Sawdey. Sheila Ann, 323 Sawin, John Francis. 144 Saylor. Jerry Edgar. ' 349 Sayre. Judith Anne. 245, 311 Scallse, Lawrence F., 98, 277 Scanlon, Robert M.. ' 36l. 93 Scarclllf, Charles W., 389. 81 Schabacker. Robert D., 349 Schaefer. Llla Ann, 335 Schaeffer, S., 325 SchaeHer, Jack 0.. 276 Schafer. Allyn James. 220. 369 Schaper, Donna Jean, 392 ' Schaper, Gloria W., 393, 117 Schatz. Rosemary Jane. 236. 319 Schauland. Virginia K., 216 ' Schebler. Joseph P., 361, 156 Schechtman. Ronald H., ' 98, 277 Schelllnger. Carol A.. 392 393 Schempp. Don Lee. 220, 375 Scherrer. Patricia A.. 335 Scherrer, Phyllis J., 335 Schertz, John C.. 117 Schleld. Paul Norman, 117. 263 Schiffer, Henry D.. 93, 258 ' Schllleter. S.. 331 Schlltz. Alice M.. 117 Schlnberg, M.. 311 Schlndler, Sara D., 243. 242, 239, 235, Schlelsman, Joseph V., 81 Schlotterbach, R. J.. 8|. 365 338 Schmarje, David Paul, 93 284 303 300. 298. 274 Schmarje, Mary E.. 1 17 Schmidt, Adena Laura. 399 Schmidt, Charles M.. 391, 234 284 Schmidt. Frances A. L.. 117 Schmidt. Harvey J.. 81 " Schmidt, Sharon Kay, 335 Schneckloth. Carol j ' , 400 257 Schnede. Karen Kay. 392 Schneider, B.. 355 Schneider, Hlldegard, 292 Schne der. Joyce K.. 405 Schneider. Melvln J.. 81 Schneider. Nancy Ann, 398, 315 281 Schneider, Sandra D., 331 ' Schnell, Maurice Dean. 125 Schnoor. Terry Ted. 299 ' Schnur. Louis Harvey, 221 375 Schock. Judith Ann. 398 Schoenthaler. Carol J. 117 248 Schoer. Lowell August. 117 Scholz. William Leroy. ' 170 Schoof, William Henry, 162 Schoonover, David J.. 367 Schorr. Phillip A., 117. 166 173 232 297. 384 . . . Schrader. Donald G., 81 Schrage, Russell E.. 167, 359 Schramm. Charles O.. 81. 279 284 Schrock. Stanley E.. 81 ' Schrody, Alice Lee, 1 17 Schroeder. Alan F. ' , 262 Schroeder, Jane Ellen 117 Schroeder. K.. 315 Schroeder. Marjorle J.. 329 Schroeder. Rodney C. 98 Schroeder. Thomas A.. ' 265 Schubert. Paula E.. 117. 248. 319 Schueller, Thomas J.. 265 Schuldt, Henry Stuart. 261 Schultz. Don Henry. 81 ' Schultz, Robert Ray. 81. 284 Schulz. Ke ' th Donald, 353 Schutte, Harvey C, 273 Schwelloch, Leslie D.. 343 Schwengel. Kenneth J., 347 Schwenke. Charles H.. 365 Scofleld, Cheryl L. 133 Scott. B., 355 Scott. Herbert F.. 117 Scott. James Raymond, 363 Scott, James Jacob, 137 Scott, Joyce Ann, 329 Scott. Sarah Jane. 329 Scott. Sharon. 405 Scott. Shirley Ann. 117 Scott, William Edwin, 144 Scranton. James Ross, 265. 272 Seaberg, George H.. ' 359, ' 173, 260 156 ' ' Seabury, Mary Kay. 220. 243. 241. 239 Sealy. James Maurice. 93 Seaton, Duane Cleo, 409 117 Seaver, Charlene Ruth. | ' |7 Seberg. Mary Ann. 117 242 240 236. 327 ' ■ Sedadapup, Nicholas G. 263 Sederburg, Ronald D.. 299 Seger. David Lloyd. 371 Segura. Teodoro. 273. 168 Seldenfeld. Eddie L., ' 117, 343 Sell. Jon Richard. 219. 369 Sells, Boake Anthony. ' 369 144 Senneff, John Albert, ' 98 Senneft, Thomas C, 254 Senslba, Seth Clayton. 274 Sentman. Mary Ellen, ' 317 Sergeant. Jerry V., 93 Sergeant. Phaleta L.. 117 Sernett, Richard P., 361 Sessl, Geno Lee. 144 Setzer, Roy Albert. 409 Setzler. George Young. 351 Severled, Larry R.. 359 ' Seymour. Susanna Lee, 236 Sgro. Domlnlck A.. 117 144 Shad, Patricia Ann, 408 Shadewald. Mardell J.. 236 Shadle. George Howard, 371 Shadle, Lorls Marie. 117 140 319 Shadle. Stephen P.. 277 Shadle, R., 117, 255 Shafer, John William. 98. 276 Shaffer. Joan M., 242. 315 Shaheens. Thomas G, 118 301 17? Shank. Charles P.. 389, 380 Sharar. Carol ' Ann, 1 18 281 Sharkey, Sally K., 118 Sharp, Kenneth Earl, 1 18 Shaughnessy. Mary £.. 323 Shaw. Barbara Lee, 1 18 Shaw, John Forrest, 118. 264 Shaw. Steven Wolfe. 371 Shearer. Harry Wayne. 93, 284 Shearer. Robert Clare. 359 Sheehan, Marie Kay. 137. 280 Shelden. Miriam Feely, 244 Sheldon. John Carl. 369 Shelly. Ted Dunhani, 367 Shelton, Sandra Lee. 321 Sherk, Donald Doss I !8, 254 301 35 Shickell. Lowell L., 298 Shining, H. Streeter, 125, 254, 262 Shlnn. Daniel Marden. 359 Shlnn. Marilyn June. I 18 Shlpanlk, Donald S., 144 Shippy, Elvln Lee. 389 Shirley. A., 351 Shook. Naomi Freda. 118 Shook. Sally Ann, 118 Shook. Stanley Edward. 93 Shoop. Robin D.. Jr., 349 Shope. Terry Lynne. 118. 395, 393 Shope, Thomas Charles. 363 Shor, Marilyn Jean. 289. 333 Shoup. Gladys Jane. 133. 403 Showers. Mary Louise. 241. 331 Showers. Stephen A., 81 167 220 297, 369 Shuey, Edward Day, 162, 367 Shuey, George Kenneth. 235, 367 Shumansky, Nick Allen. 371 Shupe, Judith Lee, 319 Slcklnger, Timothy J.. 363 Siepker, Roberta Jane, 283 Sierp. Carl Phillip, 369 Slgel. Norman. 263 Slgnall. Robert W.. I 18 Sllletto. Alice Mary 31 1 Sills, Frank. 283 Simmons. Nancy Joan. 118, 319 Simmons. Robert D., 235, 375 Simmons, William A., 235, 375 Simms, Mary Louella. 323 Simon. Rodney Gerald, 365 Slmonson, Derk Roland, 282. 369 Sims, Roger David. 385 Sinclair, R., 345 Sinder, Charles, 125 Sinek, Francis John, 118. 361 Singer, Leonard Irwin. 343 Sirow. Doris Ann. 393 Singleton, John Keith. 285 S ngley. Colleen D.. 230, 236. 317 SIsk. James Andersen. 125 Sitz. Mary Louise. 319 Sjeklocha. Pavie, 298, 353 Skaar, Sidney Carlyle. 81. 301 Skarln. Marldy Eilne, 398 ' 400 Skaugstad. Charles A.. 118 Skeie. Janet Evelyn. 1 18 Skelley. Alan James. 341 Skllllcorn. Dale C. 299 Skinner, Edwin Walter, 263 Skovlln, Dean Oliver, 261 Skuster, Myra E., 183 186. 192 327 Slager. Gary Truman 353 Slagle. Charles F., lie Slattery, Martin Otis, 86. 266 Slattery. Thomas John, 222 Slaymaker. Helen S.. 329 Slee, Jack Merle, 137 Slemmons. Barbara Ann 231 236 257 Slocum. Nell Richard, 118, 301, 338, Slorah. Lee Jay. 261 Smart. Robert Lee. 351 Smit. Darrls Eugene. 353 Smith. Barrle David 262 Smith. Bette Lou. 118 Smith. Caroline Ann. 118 236 311 Smith. Colleen C, 397, 398 Smith. Courtney J., Jr ' 261 Smith. David Joseph, 266 Smith. Donald Dean. 82 353 Smith. Evan Ellis. 86, 26 ' Smith, Frances L.. 235. 393 Smith. Gary Charles. 298 365 Smith. Harry James. 347 Smith. James Merrltt, 93 Sm.th. James Roger. 98 Smith. Janice Marie. 309. 311 317 Smith. John Stuart. 276 Smith. Larry Lloyd ' , lie 345 Smith. Laurence Wayne. ' 118 Smith. Lawrence M.. I|8 37| Smith, Luther Nathan. 137 Smith. Margaret L.. 321 Smith. Mary Annab ' elle 317 Smith. N., 220, 230, 238. ' 252 Smith. Nancy Lu, 321 Smith, Patricia, 236, 331 Smith, Randall C. 235. 375 Smith, Richard F., 86. 266 Smith. Richard K.. 345 425 Smith, Robert Ronald, 299 Smith, S. J., 405. 403, 133 Smith, Saundra S., 408 Smith, Sherwood Z., tl8 Smith, Sue Ann. 292 Smithuysen, William B., 144 Smoley, Sandra Ann R., 133 Smothers, Sandra Sue, 118 Snell, Mary Lou, I IB Snell, Sarah Jane, 313 Snell, Susan Louise, 313 Snellen, David Lee, 82 Snow, Leo Don, 1 18, 276 Snow, Marina Sexton, i 18 Snyder, Ronald Dean, 82 Snyder, Suzanne, 118, 244 Soderberg, Mary Ruth, 335, 257 Soderstrom, Sonja L., 236 Soelberg, Carlton A., 279 Soenksen, Charles Ray, 144 Solcolof, Florence, 333, 133 Somnapan, Ravipan, 118 Sonnenberg, Albert A., 144 Soop, Allen Leroy, 377 Soper, Russell Shreve, 274 Sorensen, Leo Herman, 82 Sorensen, Nancy Ann, 133 Sorenson, S., 133 Sorenson, William G., 119 Sornson, Elmer T., Jr., 262 Sorrells, Sandra D., 317 Spaan, James Theodore, 283. 144 Spachman, Robert W., 359 Spahn, Carolyn Helen, 119 Specht, Robert G., 391 Speer, Edward Harold, 119, 345 Speer, Errol William, 162 Speidel, Thomas M., 1 19 Spence, George McKay, 119, 231, 238 Spencer, Donald Lee, 259 Spencer, Geraldlne, 133, 404 Spiegel, Laurence, 273 Spielman, Linda Rae, 396 Spies, Maryanna F., 119, 236, 244, 245, 331 Spinella, Daniel John, 86, 26B Spirtos, Basil N., 262 Spivey, Bruce Eldon, 262 Sponable, Edwin Riley, 265 Spragg, Thomas Roger, 384, 385 Sprague, Diana Dea, 248 Sprague, Sandra Kay, 323 Spray, William J., 119, 301 Spring, David Howard, 353 Spring, Neil Dillinger, 125 Spring, R.. 353 Springer. Patricia A.. 245 Sproat. Ed Hanks, 144, 351 Sprowls, Leigh Robert, 119, 301, 351 Squier, Henry Alan, 137, 409 Staack, Janice C, 133 Stack, James Morris, 86, 266 Stacy, Robert Brown, 82, 279 Stafford, Mary P., 133 Stafford, Roger Owen, 273 301 302, 284 Stageman, John P., 263 Stagich, Raymond, John, 144 Stahnke, Joyce Elaine, 133 Stahlman, G., 321 Stallman, Virginia A., 219, 239, 243 Stamler, Mary Ann, 242, 317 Standard, Norma L., 119 Stanton, Elizabeth D., 239, 321 Stanton, James Daniel, 119 Stark, Glenn Everett, 365 Stark, Mary Ann, I 19 Stark, Robert James, 249, 389 Stark, Thomas Edward, 125 Starrett, Carole Ann, 315 Starry, Allan Richard, 1 19 Stauffer, Carolyn J., 325 Stearns, Anne Cornell, 401, 398 Steege, Paul L., 82, 285 Steele, Dena Marie, 401, 235 Steele, Robert Lew, 369 Steenhoek, John Gary, 302, 301 Steffa, Edith Emma, 133 Steffey, Jack Mason, 264 Stegen, Sandra Ann, 317 Stein, Arlo Peter, 82, 301, 275, 279 Steinford, Shirley M., 119 Steinmann, Margaret A., 323 Stenberg, Pamela S., 119, 329, 280 Stepanek, Karen L., 325 Stephanson, S., 329 Stephens, Martha Ann, 317 Stephens, Martha Jean, 282, 88 Stephenson, Marian K., 119, 329 Stevens, Isabelle A., 133 Stevens, Shirley Jean, 331 Stevenson, Braden C, 262 Stevenson, Mark J,, 369 Steward, William G., 82 Stewart, Alvin Robert, 119, 292 Stewart, David Deuth, 375 Stewart, James W., 82 Sfewart, Nancy Ann, 396, 119, 236 Stewart, Peggy Rae, 399 Stewart, Robert Byler, 82, 247, 363 Stewart, Susan, 331 Stickley, James John, 266 Stiegele, Carol Ann, 248 Stientjes, Barbara K., 119, 317 Stientjes, Carol Lea, 240, 241, 317 Stirk, John Joseph, 98 Stitzel, Wilbur L., Jr., 119 St. John, Roberta, 119 Stober, Margaret Mae, 133 Stock, Jean Carolyn, 133, 187, 242, 255, 256, 403 Stockdale, Ronald A., 82 Stoddard, Judith Kay, 401 Stofer, Gerald Benton, 299 Stokely, Thomas C, 391 Stokes, Nancy Ruth, 220, 281, 313, 398 Stoll, Daniel Clark, 371 Stoll, Roger Kenneth, 82 Stoltenberg, Roger W. 285 301 304 277 Stoltenberg, R.. 82 Stone. Linda Kay. 242. 393 Stone. Stuart, Ronald, 119, 262 Sforle, David Ouincy, 86, 266 Storm, Myrna Belle. 119 Storm, Wallace G., 93, 274 Story, Joleen Diane, 319 Story, Stanley Roger, 266 Stoughton, Roger L., 257, 258, 365 Stout, Diana Ruth, 235, 239, 327 Stoy, John Warren, 170, 351 Stoy, Margie Kay, 321 Sfrachan, Edward Howe, 299, 359 Strange, Thornton, G., I 19 Strawn, Robert Allen, 119, 218, 349 Strickler, Barbara K.. 400 Strief, Wendy Cathern, 242, 329 Strike, Thomas Cory, 263 Strock, Dixie Lee, 119, 248, 319 Strohman, Leroy I., 86, 266 Strom, Edwin Thomas, 119, 301 338 377 Strottman, Rexford J., 119 Stroftmann, Merlin P., 125 Struve, Janice Kay, 1 19 Stuart, S., 220 Stubbs, Ervin Gene, 292 Stuedemann, James Leo, 232 Stufflebeam, Daniel L., 119 Stumme, Luther Paul, 125 Sturdevant, Frank M., 263 Sturdivant, Jack E,, 268 Stych, Godfrey, I 19, 168 Sudbrook, William R., 345 Sueppel. William F., 98. 277 Suhr. Meredith, 329 Sullivan, James C, 119, 351, 361 Sullivan, Timothy P., 82 Summerville, Jane E., 119, 329 Summy, Thomas Hart, 82, 251, 373 Sunier, John Henry, I 19 Surface, Richard E,. 119 Surls. Don Devere. 82 Susich, John Albert, 365 Sussman, Nancy Ellen, 220, 401 Sutherland, Judith J., 245, 281 Sutherland, R., 259 Sutten, Barbara May, 133 Sutton, Frank Joseph, 98 Sutton, James Craig, 125 Sutton, Marcia Kay, 408 Sutton, William H., 249 239 232 167. 359 Svoboda, Agnes, 400 Swain, Charles W., 373 Swaney, Robert Lynn, 262 Swaney, Sara Lynne, 119, 329 Swanson, Harold W., 82 Swanson, Jon Richard, 353 Swanson, Keith Robert 125, 262 Swanson, Sonia Dee, 82, 335, 275 Swartz, Edgar Marlin, 119 Swartz, Paul Thomas, 373 Sweem, Donald Lee, 125, 263 Sweet, Donna Sue, 399 Sweet, Linda Sue, 311 Sweltzer, Nancy Irene. 395, 399, 1 19, 317, 255 Sweitzer, Sondra L., 399 Swengel, Sandra Dawn 119, 247, 241, 308, 260 Swenson, Karen E., 331 Swezey, RoBert Thomas, 82, 285 Swift, Charles H., Ill, 93, 258 Swift, John Loras, 277 Swift, Larry Vernon, 156 Swinney, Richard M., 345 Switzer, Richard W., 125, 263 Swords, Phillip R., 369, 298 Sytsma, Edith Mae, 119, 281, 292 Szoke, Helane Anne, 235, 313 Tangney, Margaret M., 220, 239, 235. 329, 357 Taylor, Eldine Irene, 235, 237, 244, 323 Taylor, George E., 82 Taylor, Heinrich C, Jr., 277 Taylor, James Wesley, 268 Taylor, Janet Rae, 242, 311 Taylor, Lester Dean, 373 Taylor, Robert Ellis, 119 Tea, Phyllis Aileen, 317 Teager, Joyce Elaine, 120 Teberg, Richard Leo, 82 Teegarden, Mary Grace, 315 Teegen, John T., 264, 272 Teeter, James Orrin, 82, 259 Tegler, Wayne Julian, 264 Teig, Roger Glen, 359 Tepaske, Joan Rae, 234, 238, 240, 241, 308, 331 Tepperman, David Jay, 357 Terry, Robert Peter, 268 Test, Roy Eugene, 120 Teter, William Howard, 98, 234, 249, 252, 254, 276, 391 Thain, Gerald John, 276, 384 Thalacker, Ruth Mary, 133 Thalberg, Sara Ellen, 333 Tharp, Lester J., 137 Tharp, Manford Eugene, 353 Thede, Norman Dale, 265 Thee, Dennis John, 373 Theer, Richard E., 120, 144, 173 Thein, Ronald Lavern, 82, 237 Theobald, Jerry Bob, 82 Thiele, John George, 82 Thiele, Marilyn llene, 236, 239 244, 321 Thoen, Dennis Duane, 262, 384 Thogerson, Kafherine, 120 Thoma, Joan, 401 Thomas, Donna Nadyne, 408 Thomas, Gordon G., 125 Thomas, Herman Ray, Jr., 263 Thomas, Marvin Harlan, 263 Thomas, Norman Dean, 365 Thomas, Sally Lou, 311 Thompson, Dann Huyck, 351 Thompson, Everett C, 355 Thompson, Gary Lee, 120, 338, 363 Thompson, James Edwin, 355 Thompson, Margaret J.. 281 Thompson, Margaret A., 319 Thompson, Rexford L., 120 Thompson, Robert Ray, 235 Thompson, Robert Gary, 367 Thompson, Ronald C, 351 Thoms, Allan Theodore, 347 Thomson, David W.. 298, 375 Thomson, Philip Terry, 363 Thornberry, Sharon R.. 231. 319 Thornburgh, Elwin F., 120 Thornton, Frank R., 363 Thorson, Margaret Ann, 257 Thudium, Gary Martin, 137 Thurwanger, Sara Ann, 241, 315 Tiarks, Patricia Ann, 335 Tiedens, George R., 363 Till, Michael John, 266 Tllton, James Floyd, 230, 241, 351 TImmerman, Jay Carl, 265 Timmermans, Junior J., 266 Tinan, Terry Richard, 363 Tirzmalls, Alfreds, 373 Tiaden, Herbert Bruce, 125, 262 Tjernagel, Lois Young, 393 Tobin, Hubert, 120 Todd, Gary Richardson, 355 Toft, James Oran, 298 Tolford, Nancy Faith, 120, 327 Tolllver, Gerald A., 120 Tolson, Raymond C. 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Elaine M.. 120 Turner, Frank M., 266 Turner, Joyce Karolyn, 325 Turner, Shirley Ann, 120, 31 I Turner, Stephen Allen, 144, 360 Tussing, Gerald James, 266 Tussing, Richard Carl, 82 Tuttle, Peggy Louise, 325 Tweed, John A., 363 Tyson, Richard Donnel, 82, 275, 270 u Ullestad, Richard C, 120 Underhill, James R., 98, 276 Urick, Howard B., 268 Urquhart, Janet L., 317 Usgaard, Peter Andres, 371 Utley, Henry Griffith, 170 Vaessen, Roy Hubert, 144, 339, 373 Valassiades, John X., 263 Valentine, Robert M., 120 Valy, Carol Jean, 88, 120, 325 Vancamp, Judith Ann, 257, 321 Vandelune, Charles L., 369 Vandenbrink, Keith D., 263 Venderhorst, E. R., 133 Vanderllnden, Dale E., 274 Vandernaald, Joan E., 120, 220, 323 Vanderveer, Suzanne, 319 Vanderwaal, Marvin L., 82 Vendrlel, Eugene P., 384, 385 Vandrlest, Don Daane, 120 Vandyke, Gardner C, 82, 301 Vaneschen, John E., 98 Vanetten, Arnold J., 277 Vanetten, Donald Dean, 263 Vanfossen, Charles G.. 82. 301. 304. 384 Vanginkel. Kathryn P., 133, 404 Vanhofwegen, Harold A., 120, 265 Vanhulzen, Donald Lee, 257 Vanoosterhout, Sara N., 313 Vanorsdel, Virginia J., 177, 190, 231, 321 426 Van S coy, Diane. 281 Van Scoy. Robert E., 319 Varland. David A., 266 Variey, Mary Frances. 244 Vas. Jack M., 373 Vaughan. Cynthia Anne, 120 Vaughn. Melvin L.. 83. 275, 285 Veenker. Judith Ann, 401 Veit, Eugene. 120, 144 Veldey, Gary Mark, 371 Vendelboe, Barbara K., 133 Venzke, Alyce Jayne, 234 Venzke, Donald Robert. 298 Verges. Frank G.. 120 Versteeg. Jackson D., 263 Vetter, David Bates, 83, 351 Vietor, Harold Duane, 98, 276 Vinar. Phillip S.. 343 Vincent. Thomas Roger. 169, 298 Vlnlng. Glen William, 303 Voecks. Albert Edward, 375 Voge, William Walter. 120 Vogel. Jessie Ann. 120 Vogt. Joan Frances. 323 Vogt, Paul Robert, 375 Voigt, John William, 375 Voltenburg, J., 398 Vonboeselager, August, 373 Vorhies, William D., 302 Vosper, Sidney B.. 120 Votroubek. Linda Lou, 236 Voxman. William Lloyd, 170. 375 w Wachter, Richard W,. 120, 283 Wade. Barry Lamont. 98 Wade. Claire Bonnie. 120 Wade. Gerala Lee, 121 Wade, Lloyd William. 121 Wagner. Carol n June. 315, 398, 401 Wagner, Marjorie B., 121, 248, 313 Wahlert, Robert Henry, 384 Walbridge. A.. 321 Walch. Carolyn Ann, 325 Walden, Joann. 88. 121. 282 Walden. William White, 263, 272 Waldlnger, Golda. 333 Waligora. Edwin James, 121 Walk, Rose Marie, 398 Waike, Judelle C. 248 Walker, Beverly Anne. 121 Walker. Carolyn Jane. 239. 244, 317 Walker. Jerry Dean, 355 Walker. John Thomas, 298 Walker. John Thomas, 93 Walker, Kenneth P., 121, 384 Walker, Normandie K.. 281, 311 Walker, Richard Wayne. 121 384 385 Walkins. M., 327 Wallace. Audrey Ella, 121. 242 Wallace, Kathryn Ann, 133 Wallbridge. Ann G., 121 Wailen. Mary Ann, 395. 401 Waller. Donald Robert. 271 Waller. Robert James. 162 Walsh. David Leigh. 93. 258 Walsh, Helen Cecelia. 121 Walters. Jo Anne, 133 Walters. Judith Ann. 121. 327 Walters, Karen Dee. 395, 398 Walters, L., 121 Walters. Victor E., 299. 303 Walters. Wayne Luther. 93 Walton. Glenna B.. 121 Walton. Richard James, 93. 274. 284 Walton, Robert Wendel. 276 Ware. Philip Keith. 298. 384. 385 Ware. Philip Stephen. 98, 276 Warnecke, Sandra Lee. 121. 248 Warneli. McKlnley, Jr.. 273 Warner, Craig Dee, 373 Warness, Karen Marie. 327 Warren. Hugh Tallent. 83 Warren. John Robert, 171 Warren. Kathle Mae. 236 Warth. William D.. 83. 284 Washburn. Jerry T.. 86. 266 Washington. Robert L.. 156 Waste. Richard Lee. 265 Watkins, Bess. 263 Watkins, Marllln Jean, 281 Watkins. Ruth Ann, 398 Watson, Jack Charles, 121, 283 Watson, Marcia M,. 83 Watson. Richard Leroy. 237 Watson. Robert Milton, 264 Watt. Donald Gene. 375 Watts. Carol Kathleen, 260. 401 Way. James Edward, 263 Weatherly. Richard D., 173 Weaver, John Bernard. 300 Webber, Dorlnda Edith. 292 Webber. Gayle Milton, 261 Webber. Judith Kay. 331 Webber, Richard A.. 369 Weber. James Edward. 121. 98 Webster. Jane Marie. 315 Weburg, Coralle Ann, 335 Weeber. Jerome C, 125. 262 Wegman. Thomas Henry, 83, 284 Weidemann. Tom R.. 279. 266 Weih, Robert Noel. 369 Welner. Alvln Richard, 121, 239, 357 Welner. Jerry Stanley, 232. 357 Welner, Robert John, 391 285 141 259 Wels, Mary Ann. 121 Weiss, M., 392 Welch. George Leon, 125, 264 Welch. John Mlcheal, 353 Welch, S., 355 Weld, Melvene Mae, 323 Weld. Rosemary, 121 Welding. George B.. 121 Weldon. L. Dennis. 125, 263 Weldon, William H., 259 Wells, Harold Wayne, 121, 300, 277 Wells, James L., 361 Wells, Van E.. 83 Wendhausen. Beverly J.. 395. 401, 396 Wendler. Arthur J.. 283 Wenndt, Kenneth R., 284 Wenner, Carolynn Jane. 248. 313 Wentz, Raymond E.. 121 Wentzien, Michael B., 353 Wentzlen, Paul Warren, 353 Wentzien. Ralph Bond, 351 Werki. M., 121 Werner. Kathryn M.. 247, 329 Werra, Mary Ann. 281 Wessals, E., 325 Wessel, Edith Marilyn. 235, 257 Wessel, Margaret Ann. 292 Wessels. Wayne C. 83, 285 Westerbeck, William A., 285 Westwick, Richard A., 121 Wetrich. David W., 262. 272 Wetsell. George Bert, 373 Wetzell. Carol Ann, 236, 400 Weyer. Nancy Ann. 245 Whannel, Sandra Lee. 133, 327 Whitaker, Kathryn J.. 321 White, Barbara Marie, 245 White, Donald Dean. 83, 285 White, Duane Lee. 83 White. Farrell Loy, 298 White. George H.. 121. 171, 173, 301 White. Howard Stanley. 373 White. James William, 125, 264 White. Jeanne Alice, 400 White. John Lindsay. 371 White. Orrine Ruth, 121 White. Peggy Kathryn, 400 White. Sheila Ann, 220, 248. 401 White. William Donald. 355 White. William Virgil, 259 Whitehead. Douglas R., 121, 301 304. 363 Whiteside. Barbara A.. 315 Whitmer, Mary Judith, 220, 323 Whltmore. Kay. 133. 255, 283. 327 Whitmore. Michael K.. 83, 300, 359 Whitney. Dwight Lee, 355 Whitney. William Gene. 349. 257 Whittemore. Donald S.. 369 Whltten. Elizabeth J., 404. 133 Wichmann. Larry Ray. 365. 279 Wlckard. Margaret Ann, 121, 319 Wickey. Randall Kleth. 268 Wickhorst. Carol J.. 311 Wicks. Joan Lorraine, 408, 121, 248. 242 Wicks, John Roger, 167. 369. 259 Wldner. Russell Ralph, 262 Wleck. Christel Irma. 400, 121 Wleck. Dean Douglas, 363 Wicdemeier. Daniel H., 353 Wiedmeyer, Larry Dee. 121. 282 Wiegert, Rae Ann. 244, 321 Wiegman. Gretchen Ann, 133 Wiegman. Hugh Alan. 263 Wieland, Donna Kae. 133 Wiele, Warren Milton. 93 Wiemken, Judith Ann, 315 WIerson. Phillip W., 121 Wiese, David Lee. 121 Wiese, James Arthur, 83, 353 Wiese, Paul Alan. 140, 353, 273 Wigdahl, Lowell Carl, 125 Wiggins. Charles W.. 389 Wikstrom, George T.. 121 Wilcockson. Kleever. 367 Wilcox. John G. L.. 83 Wilcox, Kay Jean. 121 Wiley, Francis Thomas. 83 Wiley. Richard Dean, 93 Wilhau. Larae. 121 Wlike, William Frank, 162 Wilker, Richard F., 125 Wilkes. Ouenten L.. 173. 298 Wilkins. Lynn Helen, 401, 317 Wilklson. Ronald H.. 86. 276, 266 Will. James Henry. 409 Will, Jere Jene. 83 Willard. Marian Jane, 121, 325 Willett, James G., 93, 300 Williams. David James. 263. 272 Williams. Donna L.. 121 Williams. Gary W., 121. 228. 230 359 Williams. Jack R.. 375 Williams. Jean Ann, 122. 236. 325 Williams. Joe Walter. 156. 173. 359 Williams, Keith Allan, 83 259 285 389 Williams, Re Verl, 162 Williams, Robert Dean. 83. 259 Willis, Harold Dean, 122 Willis. Paul D., III. 264 Wllllts, Karen Sue, 242, 260, 331 Wlllman, Ruth. 401 Wills. Gwen Lenore, 325 Wilson, Barbara Ellen. 122, 292 Wilson. Bruce Colvin, 341 Wilson. Curtis B.. Jr.. 264 Wilson, David F.. 122. 363 Wilson, Gary Bruce. 220, 339, 351 Wilson, Gloria Jean, 122 Wilson. Jay Ivan. 221 Wilson. John Samuel, 122 Wilson. John H.. 285 Wilson. Norman Edward. 278 Wilson. Rae Anne. 257 Wilson, Ralph V., 235, 359 Wilson. Sharon Lynn. 401 Wilson, Sybil Kay, 245 Wine. Thomas Lowell. 83. 237 Wing. William Dean, 83, 251, 282 WInga, Edward Rees. 122 WInga, Richard R.. 385 Winick, Marvin. 277 Winn, Arlene Kae, 311 Winn, Richard Charles, 361 Winston, Harold R., 98. 277 Winter, David HIcklln, 264 Winter. Richard H., 262 Winter. Robin Ellin. 237, 232. 323 WIntermeyer. Laverne. 263 Wlrtz. Larry Lynn, 122, 265 WIsgerhof, Diane Edna. 236 Wisgerhof, Helen S.. 403. 133 WIssel. Janet Marie. 327 WIssler. Susan. 327 Witt, Dick Armstrong. 98. 276 Wltte. Richard V.. 404. 266 Wittee. D.. 353 Wltteklnd. Laura Jean. 133 Wobken. Terry George. 375 Wocbcr. Jane E.. 235, 313 Wogen. Merna Jeanne. 122 Wolf, Howard Charles. 272. 264 Wolfe. Arnold Benton. 264 Wolfe, Dinah E.. 335 Wolfe. Patricia Ann. 311 Wolfe. Richard Daniel. 234. 125, 264 Wolfe. Rodger Darrel. 365, 301 WoHgram. Edwin Dale, 263 Wolford. John R.. 122. 301. 299, 304, 303 Wollin. Kenneth A.. 301. 273 Wong. Elaine Oy. 260 Wood. Dellos Leiand, 355, 258 Wood. Lulu Edith, 133 Wood. Marilyn Nora. 122 Wood. Merlyn Alva, 122 Woode. Barbara Kay, 405 Woodley. Richard P.. 279. 284 Woodman, Mary Frances. 83. 236. 317 Woodruff, Charles A., 268 Wordlow. Clarence. Jr.. 156. 173 Work, David Roger, 170. 375 Workhoven, Robert M,. 258. 259 Wormley, John M., 125. 264 Wormley. 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Marsha Lea. 231. 331 Zagar, Ronald Anthony. 162 Zanottl. Lester V.. 83 Zapolski. Joseph Paul. 261 Zastrow. Keith Edwin. 167. 351 Zaun. Roberta Lee. 281 Zavertnlk. John J., 122 Zavos, Harry, 260 Zearlng, Nancy Kav. 323 Zeitler. Gwendolen, 122. 243 Zellnskv. Carol Joy. 335, 280 Zenko. Richard Frank. 353 Zillman. Richard L., 220, 367 Zlmmer. David Harry. 252. 231, 351 Zimmerman. Glenn C, 234. 381 Zimmerman. Jane C. 122 Zinn. Donald Arden. 369 Zmoiek, Allen Robert. 122 Zoeckler. Susan M.. 327 Zeller Robert Parker. 375 Ronald Lee. 125 -oil Fred, 122 ,,„, .■. ,:|iam John. 122. 301, 351 Zwemke. Richard D., 359 Zwickel, Eleanor Ann, 396 427


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