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

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l-lere, before Old Capitol, symbol of the vision of the pioneers who founded this State and this institution, I pledge my loyalty to the University of Iowa. l pledge myself to her traditions of high scholarship, moral character, right and justice, and service to the cause of freedom. . I pledge my constant efforts to the increase of her greatness as a truthful teacher, a pioneer in research, and a faithful servant to the people of this State and this Nation. STATE UNIVERSITY OF IowA PLEDGE I W' '11 H. Q, W -V V X V 'il ff 3 Q' +V? A' M . .1-F ,635 ,sf 'Q , L , fr 2' si j91!'3Va.f' 1 ,, - V V Z -j nag V 4 t AYf?,: .., xii, - 1 ,L tl 6' W' K W F ff i. I ff ' t :ji V - W: ' 'L ' ' '- an - I A nf V , -,m 1ff, - YN' ' -'Wjfig 3 ,, Qu fy V V5 ij VJ fly- , - VV ,, .Q ' 4 x V A 'VX' f.'k ' A ' 'fu nf ' V:,, -W .HfV Y 5 gf 'Q N E. X V, '-:V i .Q 4 V . fm n Q. - w - ,V gk Q L A ' ' I ' , l an -lf, X .nk Ax, " X . : 5 '4 ' 4-3-54. 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Our new way of life . . . college . . . there are so many, hut we selected SUY . . . the anticipation was immeasurable . , . we hnally arrived . . . seeing the campus, moving in, get- ing acquainted more than filled our hrst few days . , . we fought to keep our heads ahove the mill . . . thousands stream- ing around us . . . we succeeded . . . new friendships of a lasting nature were our reward. 2 I A feeling wc couldn't define. . . Wg judged ,,A, Now wc were Creek . .4 'TH Becoming a Greek . . . thatis what Rush was all ahout . . . we smiled, we talked, we listened . . . we judged and were judged . . , some of us decided to wear a pledge pin, and we did so proudly ',., now we were Creek . . . a feeling we couldnit de- fine, but express . . . a sense of helonging . . . C0111- mon ties . . , unity without conformity . . . we saw the inadequacies of the system. . .we worked to strengthen it . . . this was the life we had chosen . . . but there w ere others of us who preferred to re- main independent of such social organizations . . . we enjoyed heing on our own , . . we selected our own standards, responsibilities . . , met our Creek friends in the Liner . . , we found stability and ace ceptance within our own group of friends. XVe selected our own standards. We enjoyed being on our own wee? if WM WT were eager to begin . . , confused and discouraged sometimes. We Regi tered and Griented Our elve to SUI . . . we were eager but when rejected, con- fused . . . we revised our schedule and tried again . . . we waited in line . . . finally we were in . . . registered . . . our lives as students semester . . . now to the bookstore . we just sold the last copy we hadi' our preparations for the beginning freshmen and transfers participated began another . . uI'1n sorry, . . in between of classes, we in Orientation Wfeek . . . we met the campus dignitaries . . . wan- dered around at the activities Open House . . . asked questions , . . made friends . . , began our life at SUI. mga USCIS mf YT-'mi 'UW an I HANDS grrwi NVQ joined the throng at the hookstorer. Wfe had to have n yearbook. The Presidenfs Open House was a once in a lifetime experience. If 'W 25 The Dolphins advertised their Mood Oriental at Homecoming. Oh, you wanted I3 Bubble-ups7 A pensive Hcrky j 3 Q is J I i J fd f fi g aim A 4 'LM 'QQ tif V1 -gp 1,,!'j1,.kx ...J ,A Q, as ff, S' X' P-Ne - J , V 'v Y 'F 4 NWI A V Q ..... 1 -L V ,Uv ii" . ,ggnv N-on k V , M ' -:Q if Mft!! .,- u.. 3 u,. , , 6 if N ff' 'L :af ,Y W5 N. if M as , 3, ff Q ,ff tif -i V -. is-41 f ,U I ! ,A .Q fy .Q S' 1 if f s i Q, it 4 ai ,P W S wim- ,Lw J ff Jf,E, f: fs Ei? 2 S' ,X I' ,-my f Q XWL' stuffed floats, . . . The winning skit Homecoming at Thr Final product nppcarczl. ppm:-mn 35 1 N -an . ,W 3? , .,. ,. Q -. X A -- . . ' -W if. 'v' 2:5 A f .wx M.. H wif Ay, W 1-:FE V rm .. SWAQTKV , S , .lm .3 4. V7 .WH Qu .HQ , if f . .4334 W. 4 5 HK N ma ' wr' Q 3 4, .15 Q 5 qi? .N wha, s K 5, 1 wi A 'XZ 'L W RFU. I WV ff, .M ' .... . , ,. Nik. ., I W !K.llTi5'i' T'ST55dZi,1xsiwrii9?1N55'1W44i?TGQW?36-4- '1AfNKS,,?iRi1Y .H3'3MHK3QWm NVQ burned the Homecoming monument anyway. Hawks were nut to boil the Boilermakers. Tense moments un the sidelines . L 1 ff XIW4 . I, -Q llomecoming hegan at noon Friday and lasted a whole weekend , . . Saturday morning spirits were high for the hig game of the year '... against the Purdue Boilermakers . . . the crowd had its tense mo- ments . . . our leading foothold in the Purdue terri- tory hegan to slip, slide, falter, and lowa was tram- pled 26-3 . , . hut we celebrated anyway . . . the corn monument huilt hy the SUI Engineering Depart- ment was hurned . . . to our delight, since it usually isnlt ignited unless the game is won . . . it had en- couraged us with its Uhlay Wfe Co Round Purduem . . . open houses and pre-parties followed the game . . . again the evening was crowded with parties . . . crowds attended the annual Homecoming Dance to enjoy the music of hrassy, big-time Stan Kenton . . . '62 llomecoming was an exciting experience for new- comers . . . another wonderful weekend for old stu- dents . . . and memory-filled for those of us who will graduate. Crowds danced to Stan Kenton. Spirits were high Saturday afternoon A mighty cheer from Governor Erhe. The Ha k Have ictorious Moment lioothall at SUI . . . an age-old tradition . . . we thronged into the Stadium , . . faced each game with nervous anticipation . . . maylie this one would luring another victory . , . we rode the waves with our Hawks . . . we took the ups and downs, but liked the ups hest' of all . . . our Pep Cluh filled the stands to capacity for almost every game, and we raved and cheered through thick and thin . . . we werenlt the only fans to enjoy the games , . . Governor Erhe joined with a mighty cheer during the spectacular Ohio State game . . . Coach ,lerry Burns enjoyed his ride on the shoulders of th: team after that victory. 1 N? ' ,. gli" 32: .1 ' M? U f 4,- L, ,V 0' 1 453 . , 'ff 1 , Q. 3 Q .QA I1 ui N' ww- IIE 1 s -"-vw-ha., ,WWW 1? M. 'Ah , ww "sf min, . Dc-Plcdgcsu give a swinging rendition of some uid favorites. Preparing for thu big night 4,.. The long walk a N aff' was .,,g.,Q Q f 2 We found libraries in which to study .... We gcarqhqd A tudent' Lifeat Some days wc just dragged to Classes. , M VK'-" k 4' fhere was always reading to he done. Wfe found many places to study . . , lihraries . . . class- rooms . . . dorm rooms , . . lounges . . . corners . . . steps . . , lawns . . . riverbanlts . . . most of us found time . . . hut never enough . . . we walked, raced, sauntered, dragged to our classes . . . we searched, grasped, clutched, and found . . . knowledge . . . each day was a challenge . . reserve reading . . . term papers . . . quizzes . . . tests , , . finals . . . theses . . . last minute craniming . . . life at SUI is a studentls life. A Swedish crane towering over the Union addition under construction, A new 400 seat auditorium in thc Chemistry Building. Mcclianical Engineering Building addition AJ.. lf-AF-""" Jfh- .A..nSn.c'1f" ,..Q-v" 4'.l A V A sprawling SUI , . . the scene of physical expan- sion . . . new huildings to meet the needs of a grow- ing Campus , . . construction monstrosities going up all around us . . . on both sides of the river . . . yards of lumber '... glass . . . plastic , . . steel . . . Swedish cranes towering over us . . . an ill- room guest house for the Union . . . more conference rooms . , . an auditorium for the Chemistry Building . a new addition for the Mechanical Engineers . . . a house for an atomic reactor costing twice as much as the building . . . a Minimal Care Unit at the University Hospital . . . we took detours across cam- pus . . . waded through mud and puddles . . . gazed up . . , out . . . down . . . at the structures taking shape around us . . . we eagerly awaited the days the new buildings would he complete . . . then there will be other new construction . . . a continuing process . . . learning . . . growing , . . expanding . . . all a part of education at SUI. Minimal Care Unit at the University Hospital. Will house a positive ion accelerator Charles Treger, world renowned violinist. Another Rea on for le 219' Leader hip Men of distinction . . . we have many at SUI . . . in varied fields . . . science X... research , . . fine arts . . . names the whole world knows . . . VanAllen, his prominence in the space age . . . Treger, his musical excellence . . . Engle, his prize-winning poetry . , . Llohnson, noted general seinanticist as well as speech pathologist . . . and many others unnamed here . . . long hours of work . . . dedication . . , how proud we are to know them , . . to study under them . . . an extra part of education . . . another reason for lowa's leadership. , ,HW . W1 i g W A. if ff ,J Dr. Paul Engle, poct and writer. Dr. Wfcndcll johnson, noted author and spccch path dogist. Dr. james Van Allen, loader of radiation research. Ralph Marteric and his nrchcstra provided the music. 1400 Crooks at the Hawk . . . An IFC Quccn Candidate at thc tea 5,7 Opera stars lxwis and jordan. Q guitar man-Alan Lon C. Our Cultural Appreciation Thu Union fcalurcd an IBM diaplay of the skctclws and plans of LL-unardn DaVinci KV LIFE AND TIMES OF fg "5 H LEONARDO DAVINC I . g Q" nf Q. W ,,,i" . M . ,jj A 3 i Le' - , . .., 1wsvh-.maaw'aaaswg.v - " - -"""" ' H ,Mu ,,,,,N,-,awww-'NNW' Mp... M WWA Q . is -U, . . X 5 NlsiKaw- if f .wwmz 1 1 Q :mu-mwwww mwwamm Sxxinging xxeelaends at SUI . . . Started TlILII'SClIlj' afternoons nt the Linen '..., lock . . . Friday after- nooni nt tl1e Hawk , . . we tallied . . . drank . . . listened , . , snowed, and got snowed . . . we danced no longer tl1e Charleston . . , tl1e Big Apple . . . the Sllillllllj '... the Black Bottom . . . of our parents' ern . , . but now the Twist . . , the LIT .... the l7ly . . . the P0113 '... the Nlaslued Potatoes . . . tl1e Slop . . , tl1e Hully Gully . . . tlte Horse , . . the Bristol Stomp . . . the Nlndison , . . the Stroll . . , the Contnnentnl . . the Bosa Nom , . , and NK l1o ltnoxw what elSC. H I H --1-1. f, .a,l.,,,M ,H ,M wtvy- -af, ,A an fx ., t iw W" 'f 52:1 if' lifiliix, ,,: gi. . xii.. refill, ,d9iI.Q" , if .- fs, Q. 1 H ,Q , , Q ,L,W,, i 5 su-v"""""8" w,-41 48 tud ing Take Man Form Somehow we found the time to study . . . a half hour here . . . ten minutes there . . . we outlined . . . read . . . crammed , . . memorized . . . some- times we were attentive . . . or we watched the clock . . . or sank down into our seat . . . or gazed out the window . . . when spring came, we found it harder than ever to study . . . there were those hours spent trying . . . while on the riverhank . . . on the sundeck . . . on the hack lawn , . . and the Hnal at- tempt. . . hack inside . . . door closed, windows shut . . . the world blocked out . . . sometimes we even gave up . . . but usually we were successful . . . on looking hack, we said, "It wasn't so badf' hut it was always a challenge. Kw f . x . A 15 'F ff r 9 v ' Q 4, ,V , -a le. 1 .' - ' K X R ,L SL K, QNX YL ,, H ' 'x 2 i i E xiii" XVQ listened . . . or watched the clock . . Sometimes wc oven gave up It was always a clmllcnge , . . .- ,. . ,. ,. -1 1. af ,x 4, . , . 7 Q L, XVQ frequented the river banks. An unwelcome sight ,s Confusion bmw gin, -.....,,hM V4 ',,..,n.,,,n 4 W .4 V, P51 T fag ' ak 2 QQ A 5 f,..k L f 5 f'N4g ""'f , . 7 N' aim- . F -, nuns-...,,...,,, x ,,.,.,....- ff H ... -r35a,wu'f:Sf"' .- nm sh r'po---- V Lf"', QW: R , i 'ln X ww - ge K X . V Q am ..o-"""'d M, Q - v. " ' ',, gm Ai ,z ' w I , qw, W ,L 7 fry M fx 'W ,... . 921. Q vw 'xxx ,pf , v '3 ww . . , if f f b ,ig f -5. . ' e ,iw My 4-E" Q H .JJ A 4 fffs , ., E . A0 i Q 4' ,Mm M A ' ' iw ,Q ' , , 9, 1 .n... V, V. ,S ' --5 ,j L. :., - 5 F af ggi, 1 4:2 1 4 E 1 A A listing of opportunities at thc placement nfficc. NVQ listcm-cl to Prcsiclcnl Hanchv.-r Graduation...the End and the Beginnin Four years of cfforl . . . 19 di, - ..d..,: H M s 1, 3? f i? RQ A 5 mm, i K Q f,. s Q? .-' :E WEEE? 1 4. new-., A Ugg: . nfs i s 2 mmm Q' 'gif 113 1, 3 51 f 'K , W 2 9 b ' ' .Q Qt x 5 wi WN? M.-mfwf,W.Mmw,:V - ff - M, . .,f . ,. gcwifh a dignitg bonu 06 the dominant wiQQ Q5 the mem who have Qiued Qovmg ago. 'Wham' Y .W tai?-2?-ZQNFTJJHQ W' - .V F Ng f w- ,vm E A-'Y 'Q-91"-"-a:' u ' f. 3 ! 'V 1 skit r K' 1 ., Mx.-,"" ,- I X QR F1-,g M tw I' 't Vrntcrnity plcclgcs put thc finishing touches nn thc house scrapbook which must he kept up to date. Wfith thc call 'Hammys hcrcw Creeks all over campus rush to sec what kinds nf sandwiches and goodies lids hrought this evening. I I '-'iam' Sli Y-5- .IEEL , WW! s f A 5 g 2 Wm .WMf?f,Li,W ,M N, S 2 .2 s 2 'J 2 ,, m!,,W.. M, Wi. 3 5' Q ,, M 'is-1 if 2 E iw. 5 i 1 y S 'MQN 139W -alla! 'SP' ,..-.gf aan? Time can always be found for after dinner conversations about ROXV 1: Mrs. Lipscomb, Bruce Beatty, David Bell, Ron Ben- son, joe Bohr, Frank Brower, Aaron Coe, Michael Dooley, Cerald Farmer. ROW 2: Dwight Ifinlcen, jon Fister, Conrad Fruehling, Eldon Fruehling, David Gilchrist, james Cines, Uwe Kladcle, jerry Kracht, Dean Krehlik. ROW! 3: Lyle Krewson, Charles Harris, Michael Irwin, jon Meier, Rob Mossman, Paul Newman, Bill Nissen, David Novak, john Packwood. ROXV -1: Rex Ritz, T, A. Shriver, Ed Shroeder, Richard Strate, Ron Sundcrmann, Dean Vickstrom, Stacy Wfare, Charles Wild. RESH CHAPTER 202 Ellis Avenue Established at SUI in 1909 50 chapters Cacia During the 1962-63 school year, the members of Acacia worked together to promote better scholarship and participa- tion in campus activities. The Acacians gathered informally throughout the year around the fireplace and newly initiated Pump Room. ln addi- tion to the informal events, the men of Acacia climaxed their social season with the "Nite on the Nile'j party, traditional of all Acacian chapters. As in the past, Acacia took part in the homecoming activities by winning a trophy for their outstanding float, President . Vice President Secretary . . Treasurer . Friends, fellow Creeks, brothers, get me out of here. OFFICERS . , Risx RITZ . RON SUNDERMAN . STACEY WARE CHARLES HARRIS President , . Vice President Secretary . Treasurer . Alpha Chi Ilmega OFFICERS . . , PAT DLIXN . AAARY Lociiqwooo . . . . BARN BLANK , CAROLYN Mcjfjoimlciic Unique and original costumes of suppressed desires were the attire for the evening at the Alpha Chi Omega fall costume party "I XWish I Were . . Also this fall, the Alpha Chi Omega-Sigina Pi Homecoming float captured a first place beauty award. Serious endeavors Created a party for the I Iandicapped Child- renls School, and Easter provided an egg hunt for Children of Iowa City alums. The year found varied activities represented in the Alpha Chi house-Mortar Board, Union Board, Orchesis, and High- landers. SIGMA CHAPTER 828 East Wfashington Established at SUI in 1911 96 chapters ROW 1: Sandy Ambrose, Mary Baker, Marilyn Beams, Caro- lyn Birch, Lynn Burkhart, Carolyn Capouch, Kay Champlin, Karen Clements, Susan Curtis. ROXV 2: jackie DeLaa1, Kay Drennan, Pat Dunn, Linda Elliott, Sandra Engle, Pam French, Connie Ceer, Diane Cel- lert, Onalee Censini. ROW' 3: Michele Collobitz, Lauralee Cortler, Nancy Cue, Judy Haefner, Mary Hansen, Susan Harvey, Barbara Hoffman, Carolyn Huebner, Nyle Killinger. ROW 4: Ann Kirkpatrick, Louise Langerud, Cathy Lee, Mary Lockwood, Diane Majerus, Nancy Mauer, Carnlyn Mc- Cormick, Mary McLeod, Judy Mears. ROXV 5: Carol Nachazel, Donna Nye, Carole Olsen, Mary Parker, Mary Parnell, Cece Peila, Susan Peterson, Bonnie Pettengill, Ann Ragsdale, Linda Rehec, ROXV 6: Ciail Rolainett, Carla Ruthrofl, Lin Sisler, Kathy Starkey, Mindy Stewart, Dianne Strain, Lee Wfarcl, Sherry Xvest, Shirley Wfilson, Carrie Xwuolcotl. ROW l: Viivc Aarma, Mary Aegerter, Sharon Bauer, Sherry Birk, Barbara Britton, Sara Brogan, Betty Butschi, Pat Carrier, Linda Chrisinger. ROW 2: Beth Cummings, Sue Dalen, Judy David, Deedy Dickinson, Barbara Doughty, Jean Dull, Anita Eagle, Sandra Ericzon, Pat Fairall. ROW 3: Sue Flink, Kathy Fox, Andrea Coeh, Ann Grogan, Barbara Haywood, Marilyn Johannes, Sandra Kristufek, Mari- lyn Latta, Marty Licnemann. ROW 4: Mary Love, Sharon Mayberry, Judy McClelland, Marilyn McCorkle, Nancy Messer, Tam Mevig, Kim Moore, Linda Morgan, Jane Moser. ROW 5: Madelyn Mowry, Linda Nelson, Pam Petersen, Pat Petersen, Betty Peterson, Donna Poppen, Julie Roberson, Nancy Ruby, Trudy Sevatson, ROW 6: Judy Shafer, Sue Shank, Carole Sheats, Barbara Sinovich, Jean Smith, Marilyn Smith, Karen Sokody, Gail Spaulding. ROW 7: Sue Spaulding, Jan Staton, Cheryl Stearns, Barbara Stermer, Judy Thompson, Marian Thompson, Janet Wiegel, Fran Yarber. ADPis excitedly look over the plans for their new house, Alpha Delta Pi Excitement encircled the A D Pi house when SUIJs Dad of the year and A D Pi's Dad were crowned at a cozy and hon- ored at a family breakfast. Prior to this, Homecoming created havoc as an A D Pi was a finalist for Miss SUI, their float won 2nd place for beauty, and the house won lst place in badge sales. Throughout the year, the A D Pis were members of Pep Council, Union Board, I-Iighlanders, Project AID, and Mortar Board. The girls also gave a tea for their new housemother, Mrs. Adams, and dinners for foreign students. ALPHA BETA CHAPTER 222 North Clinton Established at SUI in 1915 100 chapters OFFICERS President ...... BETTY BuTscH1 Vice President .... MARY AEGERTER Secretary . . . . JANET WIEGEL Treasurer . . LINDA CIIRISINGER President . . Vice President Secretary , Treasurer . OFFICERS IOTA UPSILO CH PTER 339 North Riverside Drive Established at SUI in 1951 75 chapters lpha Ep ilon Pi Bizuciil Liivix ,lifiem XVIZINER Bixiziev Kmsiiis Bon W'oRN,xN AEPi, in addition to social and educational campus activities found recognition in Bobby and the Pledges, who recorded sev- eral of their original tunes and also provided entertainment for Prohle Previews. Among the outstanding social events were the Playboy Party, the annual Pledge Prom, and the Popcorn Party. The fraternity showed its interest in all-campus events by hosting the Sinothers Brothers at a dinner during Dad's Day XVeekend, and in building their homecoming float with the Sigma Delta Tau sorority. "Now, when the saints come marchin' in . 4 . at at 5 ,gssztfgsa S ROW 1: Elliot Abrons, Neil Bloom, Al Booth, Bill Cohn, Stephan Deutsch, Allan Farber, Ron Feder, Martin Greenblatt. ROW 2: Harry Griger, Sidney Horowitz, Alan Kamen, Barry Kipnes, Bruce Levin, Robert Lotstein, joe Marks, Robert Meyerson. ROW 3: Mark Paclnos, Mark Polen, jack Rosenberg, Dan Rosenbloom, M. A. Rosenstein, Mare Rosenthal, Brent Ruben, Ken Silverstein. ROW 4: Cary Somermeyer, Larry Stein, Barry Strum, Brian Tabaeb, Wayne Toyne, Gerald Weiner, Bob Woman, Norm Zober. AEPis pause for a chat on their front steps ROW 1: Barbara Ahrens, Kay Allen, Nancy Anderson, Kay Arnold, Linda Ashby, Pamela Bartels, Trudi Bauer, Joyce Baxter, Jean Beckwith. ROW 2: Karen Berg, Linda Brickey, Karolyn Bright, Carol Brown, Mary Carr, Carolyn Casady, Raejcan Caudle, Mary Liz Connell, Deena Crim. ROW 3: Nancy Easter, Carla Esch, Susan Evans, Judy Ferris, Janice Finn, Sue Garner, Martha Graham, Pat Hanson, Beth Hemmer. ROW 4: JoAnn Henderson, Phoebe Hewlett, Kay Hildreth, Jane Hobart, Dawn Hutcheson, Pat Jaeger, Julia Janes, Kathy Jenkins, Daren Karr. ROW 5: Martha Klobuchar, Jean Landis, Barbara Lightner, Donna Lukes, Dottie Morrison, Jodi Perkins, Linda Perrin, Shirlee Proctor, Kathy Ritter, Judy Sprague. ROW 6: Sally Stage, l.inda Staner, Janet Stapleton, Judy Stevens, Shirley Stevens, Mary Lou Storck, Gayle Sullivan, Karen Swanson, Cingie VandeRoovaart, Priscilla Waters, ROW 7: Joan Weaver, Michelle Weldon, Andi White, Martha Whitmore, Sue Whiteside, Pam Wiggins, Bernie Wirtz, Judi Wfissler, Marlene Wfynn, Barbara Young. DELTA EPSlLON CHAPTER 906 East College Established at SUI in 1961 80 chapters lpha Phi The Alpha Phis had an interest in both fun and work! For fun, there was the traditional cozy at which the pledges QFFICERS spent the night on the floor, serenades, picnics, exchanges, and candle-passing which indicated that some lucky girl was pinned. P'-Cgldcm ' ' ' ' JANE HOBART Also, for the pledges, there was the "lockout,D which meant Vice President . . DEENA CRIMM keeping the actives out ofhthe house for a weekend. Secretary , 4 A JOAN WIEIXVER For work, the Alpha Phis were members of many activities. Treasurer . . LINDA STANER These included the HAWKEYE, CPC, WRA, Project AID, Young Republicans, and Alpha Lambda Delta, Congratulations are in order for an Alpha Phi who has just announced her pinning by blowing out the candle, The ATUs Qpcncl 1 quiet dax around the house, enjoying their lovely maid service. The ATUs ranked among the top fraternities academically and maintained a full social calendar. A fall semester of exchanges, serenades and 'llireside-S" was climaxetl hy the winter formal, "Treasure lslanclf' The ATCs captured second place honors in the humor division for their Homecoming float built with the Allljis. The traditional jazz Costume party highlighted spring social events. Nlemhers competed in intramural and varsity sports with ATOs xi ell represented on SUI swimming, track and lnasehall teams, DELTA BET CHAPTER 828 North Duhuque Established at SUI in 1915 119 chapters ROW l: Mrs, Mosback, Dick Bakka, jared liauch, Steve Rowman, Dennis Briggs, Kirk Brimmcr, Fritz Brock, Paul Chcyncy. ROW' 2: Wfilbur Cochran, Bob Colon, john Cruise, Martin Danielson, Kelley Dennis, Larry Dcvick, Paul Filcan, Tom liriedcn. ROXV Sp Phil Gee, Huh Cooclsrnan, Dick Gruber, Kon Ham- lin, Norman Hartwig, Darrell Heilmann, Mark Hillman, Wfilliani joy. ROW! 4: Dave Koch, Russ Knuclsen, Bill Lynch, Dale Mc- Clcnclon, Pat Mcflarvey, jerry McGregor, Cary Mclvlurry, Pat O'l-irien. ROW' 5: Grant Polk, Larry Randall, Randy Redenius, Ron Remmers, Tony Rikcr, jerry Roberts, Wfarren Rogers, Allcn Schucl, George Shicller. ROW' ty: Binh Sisk, Les Smaha, Richard Smith, john Steffen- sun, Phillip Tyler, Ron Upharn, Denny Vajgrt, Reno Wfalkcr, jcrry Wfilson, ROW I: Jan Ackerman, Mindy Baker, Nancy Benn, Carol Bokorney, Janet Bright, Carolyn Cable, Jan Caldwell, Roberta Collier, Cathy DeMuth. ROW' 2: Judy Drews, Diane Dunlop, Barbara Early, Eileen Ehlers, Joy Evans, Marilyn Florida, Vanna Cay Folsom, Georgia Fonken, Barh Cvlasshurner. RONV 3: Helen Coodell, Karen Cray, Katie Crenawalt, Kathy Hall, Gay Hamlin, Sue Hanson, Sharon Harms, Becky Harris, Roberta Hayes. ROW 4: Mary Helgeson, Sue Hess, Sue Hunter, Barbara Jaeger, Barbara Kendrick, Sheryl Kolda, Martha Lipton, Betty McCoh an, Rosemary McKenna. ROXV 5: Diane McMahon, Carol Meek, Sue Miller, Mary Mitchell, Susie Mitchell, Sheila Nolan, Carol Olesen, Judy Oslack, Pat O'TooIe. ROXW 6: Charlotte Paull, Joyce Pearson, Lynne Pendergraft, Betty Pevestorf, Nan Randolph, Susan Russ, Karen Schmidt, Judy Shimek, Scottie Stamos. ROW' 7: Linda Stock, Eleanor Tanner, Martha Tate, Marilee Teegen, Conni Tudor, Leaetta Urelius, Judi Uitermarkt, Susan Wager, Ann Wiebster, Ann Wescoat. Q L Alpha Xis gather around their cheery fireplace for some after dinner fun. Alpha xi Delta Fall found the Alpha Xis in the midst of Homecoming prep- arations. Their float-"The Hawkeye Line is a Mighty Fine Linen-built with the Fijis won the Sweepstakes award, their candidate was a finalist for SUI, and several Alpha Xis marched with the Highlanders at the game. Winter wangled a schedule containing a Christmas buffet, a tree decorating party, and "Cheerful Cherub Wfeekf, Spring sounded for campus activities such as Mortar Board, Alpha Lambda Delta, AWS, Profile Previews Art Chairman, and NEA President. SIGMA CHAPTER 114 East Fairchild Established at SUI in 1902 81 chapters OFFICERS President . . . . MINDY BAKER Vice President . . juov Dmsws Secretary . . . . C-AY HAMLIN Treasurer . . . SLIE HUNTER .W fw- suaf f V, , . Vx ,:,.,.! , 5 LPH BETA CHAPTER 816 North Dubuque Established at SUI in 1866 101 chapters Beta Theta Pi The Betas returned this fall to a newly retlecorated house and a full social Season beginning with the annual '1Bai'n Partyv OFFICERS and winter formal. p,-egidem . I I I hm KIPU5 The spring "Bowery Bi'awl,H the Nlardi Gras Celebration and Vice Pl-Csidcm ' ' DM? AI'HlLm. the "Kappa Ann" i'iverboat.pai'ty Created iuft the right atmos- phere for the Betas and then' dates. Mother s Day, Dad s Day SCC"Cf3l'Y ' - BILL HURHHND and the alumni reunion provided the opportunity to hold open Treasurer . . ,TOIIN AITA IWLWU- Einphasizing individual scholastic achievement, the Betas rank among the top fraternities academically. Hetas bang out a little rhythm . . , but not quite as good as Eddie Cashs . , . eh, boys? RCNU I: David .-Xtlcldt, jolin Aita, jim Ayres, Tom Berg- strom, Hcnry Boo, Ran Borclicrcling, Wfilliam Burfcind, Tom Cromwell, jim Davis, ROW' 2: William Douglas, Dcnny Ehrliarclt, Dave Eldcrkin, Don Coodc, lim Hass, Dave Kautz, Mike Kinney, lim Kiplc, Herb Knucltcn. ROW" 3: Dave Ktmlinliarrimcr, Fmanucl Kraska, -lim Kunath, 1, Cary Lac, l.arry Martin, Dennis Matthias, john Millcr, Stcplicn Moslicr, Fred Oclcndahl. ROXV 4: jay Peterson, Richard Pitncr, Martin Schaeferlc, lack Schwiddcr, Tom Schwob, Dick Shaw, Dick Shinoiield, Dave Simmons, Bill Sjostrom. ROW' 5: ,lolin Speer, Wfilliam Stanley, Robert Steenrod, Mike Stitt, joe Swanson, Steve Towle, Bill W'ildberger, Steve Whlkcn. f, ff-J X . we ROW 1: Marge Anderson, Susie Artz, Cindy Ballon, Sharon Beggs, Mary Beth Blalcesley, Sue Borrall, Janet Brown, Barbara Brydon, Mary Burde, Mary Canon. ROW 2: Cindy Clark, Judy Collins, Phyllis Crews, Sharon Del.ay, Sue Donohue, Donna Ferguson, Linda Florey, Dixie Cilderhloom, Sharon Craham, I.incla Hansen. ROW 3: Sarah Hanuskc, Marty Heidbreder, Mary Heid- breder, Barbara Heiman, Joni Hendry, Dottie Hofer, Jean Jackson, Mary Grace King, Nicki Korte, Linda Lamson, Ei , ROW 4: Maureen Lawlor, Carol Lee, Nancy little, Linda Lockwood, Lesley Logue, Jaerh Mannehaclc, Mary McCoun, Judy Miller, Kay Moline, Julie Oates ROW 5: Louise Osborn, lnagrace Perry, Martha Pullen, Judy Rice, Diane Riggins, Shirley Rodriguez, Jo Shiffer, Nancy Shinn, Rosalind Shinn, Karen Skarshaug. ROW oz Donna Smith, Steflenie Smith, Ellen Templeton, Mary Toclle, Ginny Towle, Patty Vernon, Barbara Wfagner, Sally Wilken, Rosemarie Zapf, "5 : ,ni . ZZ . ". I" ' f., . '1'1m,,, 'WS if , 4 if t'aK i 4 gzlfgf. P 4. P 1 BETA CHAPTER ' Y, 8114 loxva Avenue Established at SLll in 1919 125 chapters Chi 0m "Dear Santa" became the salutation of the Chi Omega Christmas party. The event consisted of everyone dressing as ega what she vvanted for Christmas, if possilvle and proper of course. Closing the party were donations of gifts brought by each couple to he given to the children of the Annie Wittenmeyei' lloine in Davenport. The Chi Us participated actively in the journalism field as Society Editor of the 'llnily loimm and on the SPI Board. Other special interests of the Chi Os were the Spinster! Spree, Angel Flight, and Panhellenic. "Oh, my, another one for me? President . Vice President Secretary . . Treasurer . Ji OFFICERS . LINDA Fromsv . Rosifixianiis ZAPIT . ,lLILIE OiXTI5S NANCY l..ITTL1i WU D Chis examine a skin signifying another Iowa victory. Delta Chi litsident ex ui'ri5R Vice President l ll MAL IXINTOSII Secretary B ici 1 iifiesorsi Treasurer N llxl Nifxr' KX W xx tx 4 A H, W. , -.,.,,. ., Delta Chi fraternity, in line xiitli their celebration of their Sllth year on the SLU campus, found 19614963 to he iilled with golden ineniories. The alumni reunion was climaxed hy the burning of the house mortgage! . e e As in past football seasons, the "Ml9er Party" was a big suc- cess. Another social highlight was the annual Delta Chi spon- sored Sorority Golf Fest, ending in a celebration at City Park The Delta Chis again entered Ll-Sing, attempting to top their J second lace victor f' of the revious year with the Al ha lhis. P 3 P P IOWA CHAPTER 309 North Riverside Drive Established at SUI in 1912 46 chapters 1? mms I ,rg 'P ,. , as if r M If ' W '5ffwjjM"I . . D ss-'sssrsmsxzssszs zl -"sax: , 'fs 3 '1- vw W 1 W fs 1 ' ' ss., s Q. , K' feF'f". Y -- ,.s,, K,-sf K 13, .sniff i fi A2 'vs 11, 11 'I S 'f air M ' ' , ' A M- .,., - Q, , fail .ws - l mfs' - 1 1 Z 53 ss 3 ' Y , s? 2 s 9 fe sm f in 3 9 M , Ass' H., gs 1 a jig. , I s J--Ln i E' is iii' Piss,-ss, ssess ss 353 gs 2, , 1. ,1 si if WI! S' gag ssi 'mfizfiv vss - Rss, 3 if W ,N X J5 mfr ! 78 ,XX flf ROXV lc Tucki Apel, Linda Barry, Sue Blackmer, jan Carl- wright, Cherrelyn Chuck, Sue Chudwick, Barbara Cincione, Judy Duff, Paula Ervin, Sydney Fincham, ROW 2: Teri liink, Pris Fountain, Michela Cleason, joan Goodman, Ram Croteluschen, Linda Hampton, Mary K. Hawk- inson, Carol Highsmith, Connie Hipwell, Dianne johnson, ROW' 3: Pam johnson, Miclci Kazunas, Karen Kimberly, Ramona Kuhn, Barb Langer, Carmen Lewis, Nancy Lien, Annette Linn, Ann Lundvall, Carol Madison, R O XV Moser, Olson R O W Lynn Smith, ROXV Lincla f 1 ,Jw if , if, 4: Betsy Meyer, Holly Michaels, Mary Mishach, Mary Diana Nelson, Patty Newsome, Maggi Nichols, Sharie Carol Porter. 5: lean Porter, Christie Rasmussen, Ann Reaclinger, Riedesel, Carla Schumann, Lanell Simon, Carolyn Ida Stanley, Linda Sturtevant. or Sue Thielen, Sharon Thomas, Barhara Thompson, Thompson, Carolyn Tufty, Leanne Xilfarford, jan Wfaters, Sue Wliitacre, Linda Wilwherg, The Miss SUI Pageant kept Tri Delts busy making posters for their candidate, Holly Michaels. The Tri Delts had a very busy year. Their candidate for Miss SUI was a Finalist, and their float built with the Pi K As placed second in originality. Activities participated in by the Tri Delts included Student Senate, Seals, Orchesis, Highlanders, Profile Previews, presi- dent of YWCA, vice-president of the senior class, editor of the I-IAXVKIEYE, and president of ,Iunior Panhellenic. The winter and spring formals, the football game with the houseboys, and a tea honoring their new housemother, Mrs. Phillips, rounded out a perfect year. PHI CHAPTER 522 North Clinton Established at SUI in 1904 108 chapters OFFICERS President . ..., PAT Newsomis Vice President . . . KAREN KIMBERLY Secretary . . . LINDA Tno.xI1PsoN Treasurer . . PAM CRoT1sLusCH15N 'Ji' +1-. aw TAU CHAPTER 932 East Collegc FF ,ff listnhlishcd at SUI in H497 85 chapters Delta Gamma "NVQ did it lwlfww and wt- did it ngninli' cltcurcd thu lit-lm Clnnnnns, as thcy won tht- Panhellcnic sclinlnrsltip trophy for OVVIVERS thc fourth Consucutivc yt-nr for thcir high fchrmlnstic m't-ings. imwgldem - . A HORSE. XgHH5.1.LMH LR As up spomma mth Hun Thttn ll ul Z1 C,ilI!lsIIllZh p1it5 for V' P bl C4 B handicapped Children and ns voluntccrs at SUI lmspitnls in ICU rcsiu-nt . . . ,llRlS RL1I4AHfR ..., . . . X conncction with thcir national Sight-saving protect, tht- llclta SCC"ff3"Y -X1-NRCIA WVUIJ' Cainnms have won intnngihlc awards. 'I',-L.n5ul.er - V ANN TRIMBU5 The D Cs include thc prcsidcnt of Mortar llunrd and Gabriele Richter, foreign uxchnngc student frmn Wlttst llcrlin, in their group. The DCS and tht-ir dates propose a toast during the holiday mason fi ff ,,, ROXW lf Barbara Bausch, l.nuann Beckman, Becky Behrens, lilza Bergeron, l.incla Bjornstacl, Martha Britton, Susan Brown, Chris Brubaker, Kris Carlsen, Mary Ghaussee. ROW! 'lp Mary Fran Gilelc, l.incla Cossitt, joan Countryman, Karen Countryman, Nancy Crny, Barbara Derr, Martha Dunlcerton, Margaret Ellsworth, Jeanne liennell, Marcia Fen- nell. ROW' 51 Molly liinnegan, Karen Fisher, Anne Fitzpatrick, Mary Ellen Foss, Ann Furnish, jan Gilmore, Suzanne Grace, loan Gunning, Mary Hakes, Michelle Harvey. ROXV 4: Judy Haworth, Cindy Haynie, Libby Howland, jucly Hughes, Karen Ivins, Louise jenkins, Marilyn l.euz, Martha Linibert, Jeannine Loros, Linda Mast. ROXV 5: Susan Mast, Martha McGavic, Carole Midgard, Sue Mnckridge, Ruth Nystrom, Karen Paylis, Gabriele Richter, Muna Riley, Glenda Sanders, Peggy Still. ROXV 6: Pat Teyro, Ann Trimble, Diann Van Camp, Mary Scntt VanderVeer, Sue Vannier, Dee Veit, Dorsey Wfetlaufer, Judy Xllfilliams, Marcia W'nlfe. ROW l: john Appel, Don Bergert, Chris Britton, Carl Brunst, Mike Carr, Mike Carver, Richard Edlcr, Dick Effland. ROXV 2: Larry Foster, Bart Cahriel, john Gilmore, Larry Coettsch, Dean Guthrie, john Helm, Larry Herb, Bernie Howerter. ROVU 3: David Hvidston, Dick Johnston, lim Littlefield, Paul Marston, jim Martin, james Mathews, john Maurice, Dick Millcr. ROW 4: Dick Mundy, Clark Neal, jim O'Malley, Hill Parisi, jack Pillmorc, john Pletcher, Tom Purcell, Charles Ragan, ROW 5: Dave Rechcr, joe Reddingtiin, Cary Richards, Ken Rouse, Dan Sears, Ernst Shafer, Dean Sieperda, jack Sprague. ROW 6: Dave Still, Bill Stonelnraker, Larry Stropcs, Tom Torbert, Clark Valentine, Sherm Wfatson, Lee Weston, Dick Wilson. 0MlCRON CHAPTER 724 North Duhuque Estahlished at SUI in 1880 88 chapters Delta Tau Den parties after football games, the annual Yard and a Half party, and Costume Capers, combined with many informal parties and exchanges provided a full social calendar for the Delts. Sports are always an important aspect of fraternity life at Delta Tau Delta. Keeping up their tradition, this year many Delts partictipated in varsity and intramural athletics. The Delts, joining forces with the Thetas, participated in a work day for Project Aid. The Delt quartet won laurels at Project Aid's variety show. Delta President. . Vice President Secretary . Treasurer . "If I had a hammer, you know what l'd. do to that record!" OFFICERS lvluui CARVIER DAN SEARS . CLARK VALENTINE . DICK JOHNSTON 83 is U - . -rr .f' , 1 i L ' Eng, 2? . Qt r 5 e if 4 DU experts gather around to give each other a little help and encouragement with their studies. Delta Upsilon OFFICERS President . . . STEVE Homer Vice President . . NED STRAIN Secretary . . DENNY l'lOULAllAN Treasurer . . . . JIM S'1'1313Li3 The DUS once again completed a successful year by winning the coveted national trophy as outstanding chapter in Delta Upsilon. In addition to holding high leadership positions in all major campus activities, the DUs excelled in most varsity sports, boasting of the football honors received. The favorite party of the year was the "Hobo Partyn where DUS and their dates live the "Life of Leisure"-entering their Hobo Camp via an outhouse! Spring finds DUS viewing the world CBurge sundeckj from the captain's walk! IOWA CHAPTER 320 Ellis Avenue Established at SUI in 1925 80 chapters ROW' lt Pat Applegate, Ju Atkinwn, Diane liargliahn, Diane Karr, Judy lionnett, Linda Bridgeford, Hollis Brown, Mar- garet Burger, Mary flliopek. ROW' 2: Linda Cox, Lisa DeVoe, Judy Farneti, Margo lirye Viclci Cehlluack, Bonnie Cerge, Sara Gilchrist, Roxine Crnlwen, Dianne Hamilton. ROXV 3: Eloise Heuer, Sandy Heuer, Nancy Hogan, Nancy Hoover, Ann Howard, Mary Humkins, Karen Jensen, Linda lulinston, Eileen Kleinjan, ROW' 4: lfran Kreiter, Jeanne Krun, l-'al Krnn, Cfariil Kuhn, Jackie Lauer, Nancy Matthias, Anne Naiherl, Margie Naibert, Alice Noble. ROXW 5: Barbara Nuttal, Sally Oehler, Sue Orr, Pam Porter, Janice Pyle, Judy Roseland, Sallie Rumlmugh, Pat Sclimul- bach, Margaret Schrader. ROXV or Diane Strunk, Leslie Tliclcn, Jeanne Tnuhill, Judy Toohill, Bonnie Wfelter, Dolores Xlifestfall, Joan XVilson, Sara Wilson, Sandy Wiqods, Helen Zieser. "Now, I wonder how it would look on my Dad." Delta Z Delta Zeta seemed synonymous with music as the D Zs once again tuned up their Voices, Their accomplishments were heard in two sequences of the Project AID Variety Show held at the Union, at other campus programs, and at their own parties and formals. Besides their entertaining abilities, the Delta Zetas contrib- uted to such campus activities as AWS, Panhellenic, and YXVCA, to name a few. The parties and projects planned hy the Delta Zetas as a whole would have had the house buzzing, if it wasn't for quiet hours! IOIA CHAPTER 322 North Clinton 2 Established at SUI in 1013 ,I 128 chapters eta President . Vice President Secretary . Treasurer Z OFFICERS . PAT SCI-IMLILBACII . ANN Howznzim . . BONNII5 C-ERKIQ . MARo,xRE'r NAIBERT nf ve 1 I 0, v President . . Vice President Secretary . Treasurer . lillll CHAPTER 328 North Clinton Estnlvlislted nt SLU in 1015 71 chapters Gamma Phi Beta CONNIIE Bifri. NAN ,l0HNsoN NANCY Warn. AlLlI.llf Fiusifiri Some of the highlights of the year nt the Clznnnin Phi house were the winning of the second place Panhellenic scholarship trophy, and having the Drum Mnjorette of Highlanders, Persh- ing Rifles Queen, editor of Cutie for fouls, :intl mo executive ineinhers of Angel Flight, The Gamma Phis once again participated in Ll-Sing and Derby Days, striving to ohtain first place in hoth for the second year in n row. Annual social events were the Cflnistinns liiresiale, the "Gruesome Twosoinem costume pnrty, and the spring formal. He-'S cute, but tends to hamper the bridge playing. ,,..,k ROW l: Suzanne Allhaugh, Carole Andersen, Margaret Bair, Shearon Barry, Connie Bell, Lorna Bennett, Nancy Bergsten, Darlene Brady, Heather Brisbin. ROW 2: Jan Burns, Sharon Byers, Rat Carlson, Carol Car- penter, Ann Chadwick, Sandy Clark, Janice Conlin, Jucly Conlin, Sue Corson. ROW' 3: Nancy Denny, Karen Dirlam, Ellen Erickson, Judy Erickson, Julie Filbert, Cheryl Frimml, Nancy Hall, Dargy Hamilton, Pam Hecren. ROXW 4: Judy Herman, Barhara Horn, Carol Ingraharn, Jamieson, Nan Johnson, Cale Jones, Cheron Karns Leggett, Blanca Lippish. f ROW 5: Marcia Loyd, Patty Lutz, Maureen Magee, Maher, Jean Messer, Karen Mikelson, Sally Neville, Parker, Anne Peacock. ROW' oz Kathy Peil, Carolyn Rabe, Maryann Ruud, Shrauger, Julie Snider, Dale Soclerstrom, Linda Taylor, Thorngren, Marilyn Torocle, Nancy Wfalil, Diane Janet Karen Linda Fran Ca rol .ff ,i W QU V i , , ' H ROXW 1: Sue Bach, Barbara Bailey, Carol Barnes, Sonya Baurer, Kathy Bay, judie Black, Nancy Boyd, janie Christian- sen, Karen Conkling, judy Dcthmcr. ROW! 2: Linda Duroe, Emily Erb, Peggy Erb, Mary Ellen Ericksen, Michelle Fielder, Sharon Fladoos, Mary Cullelcson, Beth Hawkins, Debbie Hawkins, Marilyn Heady. ROXV 3: Carol Heeren, Karmen Hobbs, Roxi jenscn, Susie jensen, A. K, jones, janet jones, Kay Kinne, Vicki Larson, Nancy Laughlin, Linda Liddell. ROW 4: Kathy Lorenz, Linda Lory, Diana Lyman, Connie Maxwell, Kathy McClure, Molly McGuire, Kris Mikelson, janie Miller, Phyllis Miller, Carol Mong. ROW 5: Ann Montgomery, Susan Montgomery, Linda Ny- quist, Sue Olive, Leslie Parker, jean Pasker, jan Robertson, Suzanne Rousso, Margie Ruopp. ROXV of Lyn Sears, Linda Seely, Sandi Siepercla, Virginia Seele, Dana Shafer, Nancy Sias, Kathy Thompson, Sallie Utley, Barb Wfilson. D BETA OMICRON CHAPTER 823 East Burlington Established at SUI in 1926 85 chapters Kappa Alpha Theta Each Christmas the Thetas give a party for the crippled children of the Handicapped Hospital and have a Christmas QFFICERS serenade for the people of the johnson County Home. Not only are the girls active at Christmas, but throughout President t"" CONNIE MAXWELL the rest of the year. Such activities as Alpha Lambda Delta, Vice President . . . KAREN CONKLING Angel Flight, Profile Previews, Project AID, Union Board, Pep Secretary . . . PHYLLIS MILLER Club, and Student Senate have Thetas in their ranks. Treasurer . . ROXIIE JENSEN The girls are also still helping to support a Korean girl, Oh Soon ja, through the Poster Parents Plan. Thctas pause on their front steps before they start the long walk to campus, i 1 4 I . Sing along with the KKGS. Kappa Kappa Gamma Headlining the theme of Kappa Kappa Cannna's year were campus activities. OIAFICERS The lead held such notahles as the presidents of the sopho- pl-widcm ' ' I t U SHARON LU,-JEN more and freshman nursing classes, the secretaries of CPC, ,A J , ,I Pageant Board, and Alunior Panhellenic, the treasurer of AXVS, Vice Iresident . . . SUV XX ISIZB , .A , , l , , , and senu-hnahst for Miss SUI. Such group activities as High- SCCVCYUVY - - ANIIII5 XVII-I-MMS landers, Seals, Orchesis, Union Board, and Anatol added the Treasurer . . Cxsisn' Rifixrxss filler. One of KKC's main house activities was their Christmas party for the handicapped children at SUI hospitals. BETA ZETA CHAPTER 728 East XVashington Established at SUI in 1882 88 chapters -- , Y A,-gagggfeirsim-J A V ROW l: Marjorie Aagesen, Kathie Alliband, Kathy Ander- son, Judy Beecher, Jane Bice, Lana Borin, Priscilla Bulmahn, Barbara Busby, Judy Catlett, ROVU 2: Linda Close, Dottie Darling, Linda Deitchler, Sandi Fisher, Patti Franklin, Cretchen Carlock, Julie Carwood, Carole Cetz, Elizabeth Cottlieb, ROW' 3: Janis Graham, Betsy Cray, Sue Hawk, Diane Heiny, Beverly Hild, Helen Halcomb, Judy Hughes, Linda Hulsey, Susan Jacobs, ROXV 4: Marilyn Jons, Linda Kautz, Beth Kesterson, Sharon Kimberlin, Kris Kingsbury, Linda Lichty, Sue Linn, Carolyn Lozier, Mary Ann Lozier. ROXV 5: Sharon Lutjen, Marcee Merrill, Sue McElveen, Kay McKenzie, Mary Lynne McRae, Marilyn Moore, Brooke Morrison, Karen Munch, Shelley Petersen. ROW 6: Jane Powel, Marilyn Reed, Cammy Repass, Sue Reynolds, Sandy Schroeder, Mary Sloan, Penny Smith, Judy Sorensen, Barbara Sorg, Jane Stephens. ROW! 7: Linda Stevenson, Joy Stoker, I.orene Swanson, Joan XValsh, Susie Wfebb, Charlotte Wfhite, Sally Wfichman, Andie Wfilliams, Jean Wfilliams, Karen Wfilliams. .-,W sk , in ,Q S, X W? ,S ,Q 1 , V, f Q .. .. - ugh. , -Q 'H ' ., .. : ff , ti 2 : 25 -ri . NH .. Z I 3,1 ,. H H 'V k 5 i mfs Hwfff-' :, , ei? my . '- jf fe., it gf H-Im . -, ygwazkf A-,-, ,,f- ,, 3 fa , 1 M - . 15- A LQ, , fig K -.-2: Lf S, X ' Eb , " vi 5 , uf ,,. 2 , ww as 1 EP- g ,jj " QfiAz:i,. V K' '- A' 1 if Ak A ., V V k V .- k , ' , 5' : , f l ip . ff . .... Q5 fe - X ff Q , if' :'I'fsf22.:5??f . ::Jg5:,QaE f' ,id . 3 L iifil? ,md ' X W? ' Qik - . Three Lambda Chis admire their huge trophy for top fraternity scholarship, while Lee Theisen gives it a shine. Lambda Ch' lpha The Lambda Chis started out the year by capturing first in scholarship among the nineteen social fraternities at SUI. The chapter placed first in four out of five scholarship cate- gories. The biggest news of the year came when it was announced that the Lambda Chis had purchased the Alpha Delta Pi soror- ity house and would move into their new quarters the following fall. The "Wliite Rosen and "Crescent" formals topped a social season filled with many informal Hwoodsiesl' and house parties. IOTA CHI CHAPTER 430 North Clinton Established at SUI in 1958 155 chapters OFFICERS President .,..... LE15 THEISEN Vice President . . DENNIS LAMB Secretary . . , JIM Ciiuncu Treasurer . . GARY NORBY IOWA BETA CHAPTER 729 North Dubuque Established at SUI in 1882 121 chapters Phi Delta, Theta Although the Phi Delts "swung out" with traditional "Swampsto1np,' and l'Buckaroo" parties, they devoted an OFFICERS amount of time towards Scholarship, house, and community . 7. ro'ects. President . . Uiucic Timw' p l . . Q I , The Chapter again had their annual Community Day Service V156 Ilmldem A t DICK CHM'M'W Plan to aid a worthy community project and held a Christmas Sec,-Cm,-y , U DAVE BOWMAN party for the less fortunate children of Iowa City, The pledges Treagurer gun-T MCLVOU won the ATO Help XVeek trophy for last year by working on I A i T 1 I 1 the johnson County I Iome. Upon returning to school, the Phi Delts had their down-A stairs completely remodeled. A card game with the housemother is always enjoyable and she never has to study. If Ulu? Q,-, M 1,415-IQQ7:-Q, --, we I , ROXV 1: David Anderson, Kent Arnold, jim Ausberger, Howard Bair, Ed Bastian, Frank Bauer, Dave Bowman, Bob Brown, john Burrell, john Carrigg. ROW 2: Dick Chapman, Howard Close, Chuck Corwin, john Diehl, Dave Ficke, Herman Folkers, Bob Frederick, jefi Callagh-er, Tom Cvammack, Neil Class. ROW' 3: Bill Cvriffin, Rich Halverson, john Hansell, Bill Hen- derson, Creg Horrigan, Greg Hull, Robert lllian, jim Kallmer, Dick Krogstad, jim Landis. ROXV 4: Dick LaRue, jon Liebendorfer, jeff Lowe, Fred Luthans, j. Marshek, Bill Marthens, Scott McLeod, Marc Mears, Larry Moon, Torrey Neill. ROW 5: james Pancratz, Mike Patten, Doug Patton, jim Phelps, jim Pierson, Bill Roggeveen, Merle Royce, Mike Shan- non, Doug Sheldon, Steve Shoemaker. ROXV oz Ras Skare, Bob Stewart, Wfilliam Stewart, jack Swan, Roger Tracy, Chuck Traw, Bob VanOrsdel, Vffilliam VanOrsdel, john Veldey, Stan Verhoeven. ROW' 1: Mrs. Sands, Morris Alter, jim Anixter, Dick Asarclw, Arnold Balanofl, Bob Baron, Bolu Barricks, Dave Belden. ROXV 2: Stephen Berg, Hart Bondi, Ronald Borden, Steve Colin, S, Coleman, Dick Engel, Mike Fish, Steve Calinsky. ROW' 3: Larry Greene, Dave Hausman, Herb Hoffman, Stuart jacobson, Steve Kotok, C. H, Krockover, Dick Lazere, Steve Lubin. ROW" 4: Mike Lustgarten, Arnie Manvitz, jay Marqulis, Alan Mcyerson, Larry Mulmccl, Stephen Myers, Elliott Pearl, jeljrey Pill. ROXV 5: Haskell Pitluck, james Rocklin, Steve Rosenberg, Ronald Rubin, Leonard Schiller, Rick Seltzer, jerry Sliefren, Bob Sigelman. ROXV o: Doug Sinn, joe Spector, David Strauss, Dick Strauss, Bruce Strom, Carry XY"einlx-rg, Martin XY'iss, jeffrey XY'ol1lner, Sheldon Zimmerman. E946- 3' new-NEW Y ' - . a w 1, 11,10 ,ff -'1,1zf'1Z?1 r Sw A ff' S. . tt , ., '4 . ,f" . an -,ea i" 1 , - 4'-QF: Q'-if H Lg ,,1'lf'l", "I-is Pssm. f' A ' V 4 L . r ,fr-"3 '-af?"-"""5""',q,' limb 4 1 ,H N ALPHA BETA CHAPTER 332 Ellis Avenue X Established at SUI in 1920 39 chapters Phi Ep ilon Pi Social life at Phi Epsilon Pi in 1962-1963 involved many parties, breakfast exchanges, serenades, and interfraternity QFFICERS functions, the outstanding event being the pledge prom in the spring, put on by the pledges for the actives. presldem ' ' ' ' ' JEFF PILL Realizing that a thorough education involves more than sim- Vice Pregidem , , I-IASKELL PITLLICK ply scholarship, Phi Eps placed men various responsible posi- Secretary I . D . BOB BARRICKS tions of campus extra-curricular activities. Showing interest in Treasurer . BOB BARON varsity athletics, members of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity served on the tennis, swimming, and gymnastic teams. A mug in one hand, a candle in the other, cracked voices . . . thats a scrcnade? 99 This trio enjoys their own music, even if their brothers donlt. Phi Gamma Delta OFFICERS President . , . . XYI.'XLl.AClf Snvniiie Vice President . . . . ALAN BRowN Secretary-Treasurer . . . SoNNY B1i1.L1xx1 Age, X K Q The Iiijis began the 1962-63 year hy capturing the sweep- stake honors in the Homecoming parade float competition for the second consecutive year with their entry, 'KThe Hawkeye Line is a Mighty Fine Line." The i'Apache Brawl" and the UXY'ine and Cheese" party plus several functions with other fraternities Filled the fall social pro- gram. Their annual winter fonnal was followed hy the tradi- tional iflehf Duo" and Fiji Island parties. The Ifijis also scored high in intramural hasketball, track, hilliards, hridge and wrestling, MU DEUTEIHIN CHAPTER 303 Ellis Avenue Established at SUI in 1873 89 chapters ROW 1: Mrs. Cuy, Steve Albers, john Allen, Angelo Bellizzi, Bill liethurem, Nick Booras, Alan Brown, Donnie Conkel. ROXV 2: john Cronkhite, jerry Davidson, Tom Davis, B, Robert Dew, Larry Dorr, Mike Doran, Winston Ferguson, Phil Ferren. ROW' 3: Clark Graham, Wfynn Criswald, Rusty jones, Don Kruzan, Bob Lannon, jim Lannon, Doug Linder, Dave Long, ROXV 4: Chuck Maurer, Terry Noonan, Bill Oldaker, Bill Parks, Frank Patton, Frank Punelli, Dennis Riggins, David Roberts. ROW 5: Lonnie Rogers, john Ross, Cordon Rundquist, Tim Sacora, Bill Sayre, Kent Sharp, Wfallace Snyder, M, R. Struit. ROW' 6: Tom Thomas, Randy Vincent, jim XVeissenborn, Mike Welton, Bob White, Stuart Young, Andres Zellweger. ROW I: Dave Axeen, john Berggren, Dave Bruce, j. A. Carley, jay Cleveland, Tom Cooney, jay Decker, jim Dunn, Stratton Filer. RCW 2: jim Fisher, Bob Flanigan, Bob Camrath, Stephen Gibson, Bob Gitchell, jay Crimes, jim Hall, Harry Haskins, Pete Hunt. RCW! 3: Dryke Hutchison, R, C. johnson, Heikki Joonsar, Larry Konecne, Hob Kreamer, jeff Lamson, Russell Lamson, E. Lapainis, Michel LeVois. ROXY7 4: Rudolph Leytze, john Lisle, Richard Lozier, Brian Mcflarvey, Dick Montgomery, jon Newsome, Denny Rey! hons, jay Roherts, Roger Schilling. ROW 5: Denny Shay, Roger Stinard, jefl Stoutner, Mike Thompson, Stephen Vanllouten, Buzz Wfengler, lfrank XX7et- more, Marv Wilson. Time out to relax brings welcome relief in a busy schedule. Phi Kappa P i The Phi Psis celebrated their chapter's 69th anniversary at a banquet in Rock Island. In addition to the traditional formals, the Phi Psis worked toward bettering interfraternity relations by co-sponsoring the Fall Brawl and Jef Duo in the spring. Christmas was celebrated by several events, including the annual Christmas party for handicapped children from the hospital school. Again, the Phi Psis finished high in intraniurals and scholar' ship as well as being represented in extra-curricular activities. ALPHA CHAPTER 363 North Riverside Drive Established at SUI in 1867 ol chapters OFFICERS President . . Srisvu VAN HouTI5N Vice President . . -IOIIN Hoaixs Secretary . E013 GAMROTII Treasurer . . DAVIS AXEEN L f' 4 ,V 4. 1' ww, f ' ,M-1' Mx nw fe ALPHA PHI CHAPTER 716 North Dubuque Estahlished at SUI in 1920 46 chapters Phi Kappa igma Scholarshi, was the bi news at the Phi Ka house b win- P g P Y OIfFIflEIQS ning the Inter-Fraternity Council Scholarship Improvement Award for the fraternit ' showinw the greatest im rovement. 3 za e P Pfffldslif ' ' DENNIS EDWARDS However, all was not study for the Phi Kaps. Two formal Vice President, , , , En HALE dances and numerous house parties marked the year's social Secretary . . JIM COHTMAN calendar. The Phi Kaps co-sponsored-a Halloween party with the Alpha Phis for the special education classes in lowa City. Treasurer . . l'l.-XROLD BABBITT About thirty children took part in the activities-carving jack- o-lanterns, and hohhing for apples. The Phi Kap Homecoming display, "Bury Purdue," expressed campus-wide sentiments. UM lDLC3 fiilv ll! ROW 1: Alan Anderson, Harold Babbit, jeff Berg, Bill Bloss- ing, C. D. Bolcndcr, Dick Burrell, jim Coffman, Tom Collins. ROW 2: Paul Daglc, jim Debo, Denny Edwards, Ron Elm- quist, Chas. Erickson, Dave Frank, H. Cloe, Doug Cothicr. ROXV 3: Ed Halc, Harb l-lcdstrom, Eorrcst Hcgarty, Larry Hintze, R. D, Huber, Bob Koltcrman, Roger Kubik, Stcvc Linclholm. ROW 4: jim Lynk, Roy Marquis, C, Massclinlc, D. A. MC- Kinncy, Tom Mcl.augl'ilin, Ronald Miller, Tom Ncrvig, C-reg Olson. ROW 5: David Ott, jim Shepard, jim Schirm, Leonard Wflaitc, ,lim Xlifilclblood, Alan Vifoodhousc, R. Zarubica. ., Q ' G S if ROXV 1: Jan Armstrong, Pam Avery, Buzzy Blakey, Jana Hulmcr, Mary Hywater, Ginny Galame, Jerron Jo Chenhall, Nancy Close, Marilynn Cook. ROW' 2: Sharon Cortimiglia, Linda Cossitt, Suzanne Cote, Ann Davis, Lassie Durbrow, Sally Echternacht, Kathleen Farrell, Jean Fee, Lincla Fehseke, ROXV 3: Marcia Files, Nancy Files, Sherry Florer, Nancy Frcdrickson, Gail Gibson, Nancy Glenn, Emily Grabau, Tani Grafft, Ginny Hall. ROXV 4: Karen Harris, Anne Hawley, Karen Hendryx, , i tra f ff . Suzanne Hyde, Joan lmmer, Jean James, Sharon Karr, Ellie Lischcr, Ann Lorack. ROXV 5: Linda Markulin, Carolyn Murphy, Linda Newell, Gwen Owen, Anne Parham, Nicki Patton, Muriel Plister, Becky Prough, Paula Rashke. ROW 6: Diana Rae Rembolt, Becky Ross, Diane Schoen- berg, Jane Schott, Georgiana Sexauer, Pam Shannon, Jeanne Skalsky, Judi Skalsky, Marilyn Steele. ROW! 7: Julie Stewart, Rachel Stock, Gail Thmckmorton, Ann Vogt, Suzan Wfallace, Sandy Watson, Jacquline Wlilson, Marty Wfay. ZETA CHAPTER 815 East Wfashington Established at SUI in 1867 104 chapters Pi Beta Phi The word at Pi Beta Phi was scholarship, activities, and all around fun. Mortar Board pins were worn by three Pi Phis. A "Golden Arrowu also headed AWS, Panhellenic, and Profile OFFICERS Previews, As for glamour, they had that too, as Pi Phis were President .v'.--- GNL GIBSON semifinalists in Profile Previews, the Dolphin Show, and the V- P .dj A MES SUI Pageant. ice resi ent . . JAN RMSTRONG Fun was had by all at the annual Pi Phi dinner exchange Secretary - - NANCY CLOSE with the SUI football team, the Monmouth Duo with the Kap- Treasurer A - V NANCY FILES pas, the Ski Party given by the pledges, and the festive Christ- mas buffet. Decorating their Christmas tree put the Pi Phis in the holiday spirit. - Y f' f 1 V-' f - -'ffm-uf-ff-'Y ur 1---M --'w '- gg: A Tha Pikes oftcn con rcgate out on their balcony overlooking the Iowa River for a gab session. The Pi Kappa Alpha annual cessation from the fraternity union was climaxed by the winter formal, "Plantation Ball." 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' ' , f , ...kiwi 04.6 ' A 2 j - Q jj Vg. - W 'fr 5- .. ,. 3' - Kami: 331.-. , f ' Y , ig f' 5 ,Q Af . .3 Q , ..,, . ..... - - -f - , . ..f. ' f - f ? r N' V . 2 if . ,' ? Q il 'iw Q' 1 L X., . f - j-' .. M W ' 'ff 1 . .. fs' QA W 'F T M' i f ::wg,,,i -, .. mv ! .ff -fA:.,'id' ' ff' Wgweg 15. 55 , F3 - 5 ..,..,. . ...,... Z ,f 53525251 - . V .L exif,.f.....1..,.,.,...5,5?g5Vf 1: if i j QE? V- .-SGC' 3 Q .. . If.. A. YLW5 I , . -gi l' aka A . ' . 5:11, 2 2 M5253 i . ag f 25' VZ mm Ralcing the front lawn is a big chore for these Sig Alphs. igma. Alpha Ep ilon First semester Sig Alph activities were highlighted by a first prize in humor for the SAE-Gamma Phi Beta homecoming float, Noteworthy among many outstanding parties were the annual Kapa Ann outing, Pajama Party, and Wiiiter Formal with Wild Child Gibson performing. A successful attempt was made in quest of another fraternity intramural participation trophy. SAE won first in football and outdoor volleyball and took second in golf and swimming. Eleven new members were initiated into Little Sisters of Minerva. These girls are very active participants in most SAE functions. l0WA BETA CHAPTER 303 North Riverside Drive Established at SUI in 1905 142 chapters President . Vice President Secretary . Treasurer . OFFICERS . Roclfrz KLINZMAN . . Romi RT MCCAU LEY . . JACK LEXVIS . W1LL1AM EASTON ALPHA ETA CHAPTER 703 North Dubuque Established at SUI in 1882 132 chapters igma chi Throughout the year, the members of Sigma Chi have man- aged to maintain an equilibrium between scholarship and social activities. The house grade point average was at an all time high and along with this, the number of house functions also increased. The social season included such memorable occasions as the Las Vegas Party, the Honeymoon Caper, and the Sweetheart of Sigma Chi Formal. The annual Sigma Chi Derby Days was a huge success again this year as co-eds from all the housing units vied for the covf eted trophy. If not Saturday night, are you busy Friday night?" ROXW 1: jerry Alward, Scott Anderson, Roger Bauer, Paul Beck, Ted Boston, Thomas Bowman, Duncornbe Brooke, james Burrows, john Calvert, Tom Clapsaddle. ROW! 'lx XVilliam Colbert, Robert Cook, Russell Crawford, Lynn Curry, Wfilliam Dawson, jim Dickerson, David Entner, Carl lfackler, Wfilliarn Fellows, jim Finn. ROVU 3: Carl Freclerici, Charles Freyermuth, Robert Given, john Helling, Steve Hull, jerry jones, Kim Kelley, Tim Kling, Al Koehler, Gerry Kraai. ROXV 4: Douglas Kubu, Robert Lamb, Charles Lovett, Frank Low, Wfilliam McGregor, jon Noland, Bill Patrigo, jim Peter, jim Pieper, Robert Platner, ROW' 5: jim Powers, Russell Prince, Michael Rehwaldt, jim Rittenmeyer, joseph Roberts, Carl Robertson, Terry Rosen- quist, Chuck Schalon, james Shields. ROXV 6: Bret Smalley, Steve Stahlhut, Wfilliam Stevenson, Tom Stone, jim Tansey, Bruce Thompson, Bernard Tonquest, Ron Towell, jon Van Dusseldorp. Fourth for bridge, anyone? ROXV I: Betty Ann Abrams, Lynn Barriclcs, Suzi Barricks, Jeanne Berg, Judy Berg, Kay Hlnslen, Maureen Burden, Gail Farber, Jan Ginsberg, Ava Greenberg. ROW! 2: Judy Crund, Lois Crund, Toby Hayer, Julie Her- man, Claire Hyman, Joy Kaplan, Louise Kaplan, Barbara Karl, Kitty Kushner, Sue Lawrence. ROXV 3: Joyce Lemsun, Judi Levin, Raleigh Levinson, Sheila Miller, Barbara Oberstein, Adrienne Pcrlman, Andrea Raslcin, Marlene Reuben, Sandy Reuben. ROW! 4: Margie Rudman, Phyllis Sherrc, Sharon Shulkin, Certrudc Shor, Caylcne Slov, Mimi Stone, Ryna Trope, Enid XY"iczer, Debbie Ziflren. Bi 5: Pl CHAPTER 223 South Dodge Established at SUl in 1933 37 chapters igma Delta Tau This year the Sigma Delta Taus had reason for celebration: Mrs. Dagger, their new housemother, was honored with a tea in the fall, and this spring they held a birthday party in recog- nition of their 30th anniversary, not to mention the Pledge Prom and the Spring Formal. Union Board, Student Senate, CPC sub-committees, Pageant Board, AWS, and Orientation were all activities in which the girls of Sigma Delta Tau participated. Another successful year ended for SDT as their candidate for Miss SUI was a finalist. The SDTS love to sit and talk around their President . Vice President Secretary . Treasurer cozy fireplace, OFFICERS SANDY R13uisi5N CLAIRI5 HYMEN Suzi Bmuucxs ENID XYXICZER The Sigma Nus and Rock rough and tumble after dinner. igma Early in the fall, the Sigma Nus received a new member, a hoxer dog named uRock." General opinion is 'lYou may be OFFICERS lazy, but, oh, you dog!" Pmqidcm S,,,,X.,, AY, RY lkiembers and their dates returned to the chapter house for chili su ers after each foothall game. The traditional l'XVhite . , . , , K Vice lresident . . bm. Errls R X ., A Q . e -. K e A . e ose formal plus three house parties, and exchanges provided Secretary . - AL FORKUR an active social life for the Sigma Nus. -I-,.mqu,er I DICK LIEAVIZR The chapter also took part in University Sing, attempting to retain the first place position they won when teamed with the Gamma Pliis the previous year. BETA MU CHAPTER 630 North Duhuque Established at SUI in 1896 130 chapters E "ll: ,MJ ?g,,?"", , , i'r2f 'QI'Q --- ROW 1: Mike Arrowsmith, Rich Austin, Steve Avery, jack Baldwin, Mike Barlow, Dan Beach, Bill Bode, Lawrence Boe, Paul Brandt. ROW 2: Charles Butcher, Richard Carmichael, Larry Clore, Bob Dallenhach, Bill Ellis, Paul Feller, john Flanagan, Al Forker, Ron Gambach, ROW 3: Elwood Garlock, Don Cartin, Rog Hanson, jim Hodges, Denny Hogan, Stewart Huff, Tom lessen, Kent Kauffman, jim Knoke. ROW 4: Larry Lawrence, Richard Leazer, Eric Lundquist, ,lack Marchant, Tom Mehesan, Denny Meridith, Bob Merritt, Peter Miller, Eugene Moore. ROW 5: Dick Neiman, Don Neiman, john Quinn, Bill Roberts, Mike Shuey, Duane Siegel, Duane Smith, Doug Stauch, jim Steelman. ROW 6: Ben Summerwill, Bill Taylor, Boyd Tracy, George Tracy, Larry Travis, Mike Uber, jim Watson, William Wfells, Don Winnett. ROW 1: Mrs, Clark, Phil Baldwin, Dan Barrett, Robert Bauer, Paul Braun, Mark Brcdall, Doug Brimmer, Wfillard Castonguay, james Clark, Tom Craft. ROXX7 2: Bill Cramer, Larry Crider, john Darnall, Rick Davis, Charles Dick, Roy Deitchler, john Distelhorst, Tom Dittmer, Tom Dodds, Tom Egbert. ROXV 3: Richard Elliott, jerry Evans, Robert Freitag, john Goddard, Bruce Crier, john Hall, Bryce Hamilton, Denny Hamilton, Marvin Harner, jack Holmes. ROW 4: Don Howe, Roger Hughes, Steve Irvine, Craig johnson, Conrad jungmann, Carlos Kiamco, Cary Klouda, Cone Knopf, Morris Knopf, Corky Kress. ROW' 5: jerry Lampe, Bob Latham, john Lawrence, Norman Marrah, George Mayer, Mike McCormick, Burns Mossman, jim Mowen, Dick Munden, Robert Nelson. ROW on Fred Oelschlaeger, Tom Pardun, Tom Patrick, Alan Pechacck, Lee Peters, Harlan Pelz, Cary Phillips, jim Pritch- ard, Randy Randall, Larry Sanburg, ROW" 7: Steve Schomberg, john Scott, Christan Shimoda, XWayne Taylor, Steve Test, Don White, Clif? Wilder, Bob Wfildey, Roger Wiley, Kenton Ziegler. Yeah, man, thatls my cool date. igma Phi Epsilon The Sig Eps point proudly to another good scholastic year and to the District 20 Sigma Phi Epsilon scholarship trophy which they won for the highest district grade point average. The 1962-63 year saw an expansion of project 20, whereby the men of Sigma Phi Epsilon are weekly dinner hosts to SUI campus personalities ranging from administrators and noted faculty members to Iowa City notables. The Sig Eps combined social with scholastic activities and, again, held their annual rose serenade for all sorority pledges. OFFICERS President . . . . CHucK DICK Vice President . . . . BOB BAUER Secretary . . . PETI5 CASTONGLIAY Treasurer , . ROGER WILEY l0WA GAMMA CHAPTER 702 North Dubuque Established at SUI in 1917 152 chapters f--ML-uwKa+Mrfs-txt -'ff'-f ff--r W-me-nur -M President . Vice President Secretary . Treasurer . OFFICERS tc DICK LIEIIMAN Douo CovIsIz XVILM NI5I.soN Bos fXlILI.1ZR XI CHAPTER 707 North Dubuque Established at SUI in 1918 72 chapters igma Pi Sigma Pi fraternity began the 1962-1963 school year by undertaking a vast remodeling of their chapter house Sigma Pis found that every effort put forth on the homecom- ing float built with the Alpha Chis was rewarded, for l'Sayo- nora Purdue" captured first place for beauty. Although 1l1LICl1 time is devoted to academic endeavors, the Inen of Sigma Pi find time to socialize. They held Inany parties including a winter hayride and Christmas party. The winter formal, "0rchid Ball," held in Cedar Rapids, is especially re- membered. "Bearly" studying is a favorite pastime of Sig Pis and their dates. ROW' 1: Mrs. Thurlow, Lynn Adamson, Paul Babiak, Ray Bagley, Bob Borchers, Ron Barnes, jcrry Blakely, Rich Bor- chcrs, john Brendon. ROW! 2: jerry Bronczmann, Mike Callaway, Scott Clark, Dick Colony, Doug Cover, Dwight Donnelly, XY'oody Earl, L. Cene Enkc, Terry liahlcnkamp. ROW! 3: Robert Fenchel, Larry Classcock, jim Goodman, Phil Groves, Vern Harvey, Ron Hcykants, john House, Chuck johnson, Charles Kihler. ROXV 4: Dave Kyner, Dick Lehmann, john Mcirkard, Dan Merta, Bob Miller, Wil Nelson, Marlyn Oltrogge, Dean Orris, Ron Dxendale. ROW' 5: Rich Reay, Bill Schroeder, Merwyn Schug, Ron Sirowy, Fay Smith, Wfilcy Smith, Calen Stahle, john Stahly, Bob Story. ROXV 6: Cary Taylor, Al Tebrugge, Steve Trciber, Don Twaddlc, Larry Vavra, Clark XVorkman, Dean Young, john Youngers. ROXV 1: Barbara Baker, Sheryl Beauchamp, Julie Camphell, .Nlarilyn Cohrs, Iran Colensn, Sherry Cox, Pam Deacon. ROXV 2: Pat Duncan, Edie Eckard, Penny Ifllsworth, Trucly Cordon, Betty Hemenway, Lnnna Hoel, Shauna Hughes, ROW' 3: Marcia Hutton, Kerstin Johansson, Kay Johnson, Joan Kloppenhurg, Judith Matthias, Judith .N1cCrea, Connie Michael. ROXW 4: Carolyn Mueller, Beverly Mumm, Jan Oberweis Jucly Peelen, Jan Phelps, Sharon Ristau, Mary Rnhbins. ROW' 5: Joyce Ryan, Diane Scott, Nancy Sincox, Cathy Snider, Lincla Solciati, Gail Stookey, Sue Swain. ROXV tw: Judy Llnclerwoocl, Stephanie Vega, Nancy Walker, Cecily Wfheeler, Karen Wfienert, Stephanie Wfilliams, Ardyth Zinlfe. ALPHA 0MICRON CHAPTER 815 East Burlington Established at SUI in 1922 108 chapters Zeta Tau lpha This year the Zetas sponsored Kerstin Johansson from Sweden. Kerstin lived in the house and captured all the girls' hearts. The girls at the Zeta house were active in many campus activities such as Mortar Board, Student Senate, Highlanders, WRA, Penguins, and Union Board. Their candidate for Miss SUI was named a semiefinalist through the cornhined efforts of all the girls in a skit entitled "Bewitched.'J Fall brought a Halloween party at the Zeta house with the Men of Phi Kappa Sigma, and several other seasonal functions were enjoyed. President . . Vice President Secretary . Treasurer . Time can always be found for a little relaxation and fun. OFFICERS junml McC1u5,x . KAY Joi msors: ,ILIDITH P1515Li5N JANET PIIIILPS Demolition takes place for a purpose . . . a new supplement to Burgc Hall. All the advantages of lwomc, only without mothcr mi lu- ,Z-Qi-,igxfglilgm 5353-l55Aii5 MiMi5:p: N714 A A my M 1, XI gi? i x 'K ' ,Mx . . A . Z, b Q " 5 . . is 7 Wig Q, f ,, ,aux """s 1 1 .2 fish ,gk ,J N aj" . . ,. Q1 1' iyliw.. 54- f .um ,mu ,W vw-Y + A1 ..' ,Q uf' u"Q ,W 1:13. ,,. A V :Q-'16 ' .WM 1 My . A 3 A .7 S. wg y . fb 9? Ffigwfu K ' vu W fa uf ,. W , , ,ff-,3f" u 5 JY '. ,. '1- bafnu Y -Q S QA, .Nj Y. " 7 .. i fi, - A -4 ROXV 1: Rolli Klahn, Barb Kendrick, Sandy Worland, Nancy Calvin, Judith johnson. ROXV 2: john Klaus, Orwin Carter, Candace Carlson, Sam Sibley. Interdorm Pre ident ' Council Activities Open house acquaints freshmen with dorm system, The presidents of SLll's six dormitories form the nucleus of the lnterdorm Presidents' Council. The council co-ordinates dormitory activities and provides a forum for new ideas and solutions of dormitory prohlems. At the beginning of each year the Interdorm Presi- dents' Council sponsors a hooth at the Union Activities Open House. The purpose of this is to acquaint fresh- men with the many activities offered hy the dormitory system. ln the spring the council sponsors a leadership train- ing school for all newly elected dormitory officers and chairmen, At this time an achievement plaque is awarded to the housing unit or association with the highest grade point average for the preceeding year. liolder of the trophy for 19624963 was Wfestlawn, Subsidiaries of IDPC are lnterdorm Puhlic Relations Board and lnterdorm Social Board, Martha llurtnn, Linda llL'lll Creed, llnnnie lillis, Nancy Calxin, Velma Clatlhill. W! Judy Crum-maid, janet .Xloort-, Barbara Murphy, Doreen Pa- tlilla, lieth Riggleman. Doris Sloan, Judy Steelman, Marcia Sweeney, jean Taylor. GENERAL COUNCIL Burge Hall Clara Dale Ar the Iowa-Ohio State football game, members of Clara Daley House were stationed in all sections of the stadium soliciting funds for Project AID as their service project. Early in the year the house acquired a faculty spon- sor, Mrs. Bagford, who attended all dorm meetings and functions and aided Mrs. Roberts, the head counselor, in giving suggestions and ideas. For the first time a Big Sister program was initiated in Daley House. Un- like usual programs of this type, not only did this one serve as an orientation mechanism, but also remained an important program throughout the school year. ROW! lz J. Schultz, R, Meade, B. Murphy, L. Wfilliams, M. Mace. ROW' Z: M. Corson, dl. Cook, R. l'lCI'lC,lCY'SUl1,lh'l. Bastnvv, P. Crews. ,RM r Public Relations Judiciary ROW 1: Leeanne Barnhart, Mary Christ, Doreen Padilla, ROXV 1: Mary Helen Pope, Nancie Boyle, Martlia Burton. Holly Hibbert. ROXV 2: Cay Allison, Rita Meade, Judy ROXV 'la Edith Kramer, Catherine Rowley, Sigrid Wfohlrab, Irvine, Judy Reno, Judy Farneti. Carole Kennerly, Barbara Bush, Scholarship Andrea Raskin, Nancy Eyre, Bonnie Ellis, Sandra Perrin, Shari Anlceny, Social Activities ROXV I: Carol Bryant, jean Taylor, Margie Anderson. ROW! ROW 1: Linda Lu Wfilliams, Terry Walters, Linda Bctli 2: Judy Davis, Michael Wfaples, Maureen Crabs-mu, Donna Creed, Joyce Ann Birkenstock, Marigaye Moeller. ROW 2: Rogers, Pam Phillips, Mary Alice Hall, Donna Rogers. jackie Blohme, Trudy Bradlicld, Esther Brisendine, Susanne Hut- ler, jane Cotter. ,lane C-Carman, Barbara Cjeyrc, Mary jenkins, Judy johnson, Donna Nelson. Pat Popejoy, julie Struve, Sheila Trace, Christine Walker, Martha Wilson. GENERAL COUNCIL Barge llall - aude lVlcBroom To enhance scholastic concern, McBroom House set up a study aids program which included a series of lectures given hy SUI professors on how to study effectively. Girls interested in athletics were encouraged to sign up for the various teams and participate in the intra- murals held by WRA. Each floor of McBroom boasts several teams, and the house as a whole has won the WRA intramurals trophy three years in succession. Cvirls interested in music have an opportunity to sing in the house chorus, and interested new students are eligible for election to the Freshman-Transfer Council. Freshman Council ROW 1: S. Olson, S. Kuhl, C. Slov, M, Katz, T. Wfalliker. ROXV 2: M. Reed, B. Roessler, M. Denton, T, Abernathy, C. Hillier, C. Wfalker. Maude McBroom--Second Floor ROW' I: P. Cunningham, D. Pavlovc, j. Conlin, D. Nelson, C. Wfalkcr, M, Wfilson, S, Butler, li. Rocsslcr, j. Wfarrcn. ROXV 2 M, Blakusluy, S. lckcs, M, Ruud, J. Rinncr, C. Ccrkcn, M. Bennett, R, Cnnwishcr, S. Nieman, E. Walter, P. Daniel. ROXV 3: D Kruziclc, T. Abernathy, L. Mallicnat, C. Slnv, L. Knutson, C. Carsiwn, M. Gower, M. Harnhart, P. Huresh, N. Kimbcrlcy, ROW' 4 D. johnson, Mucllcr, L, Pugh, li. W'QbCr, K. Xvenzcl, T. Wallilicr, li, Hughes, Nl. Hecltcnhcrg, B. lnncs. RCW' 5: D. Dunn j. Tucker, bl. Brcclcr, V. Cuhllvach, l, Stanley, M. Stewart, S. Nicnlaiscn, l'. Broun, j. l.ucth, A. Braucr. Maude McBroom - Third Floor ROW lz li. Shraugcr, l. Radkc, N. LaVallc, A, jcnnison, P, Damon, S. Trace, A. Apcl, S, Hcucr, K. Auld, ROW' 2: H. Anderson j. Knpf, j. Christiansen, j. Stnthfang, P. Duncan, P, Luamcr, N. Fcltus, K. Wfilsnn, A, Skarin, A. Huibrcgtsc, C. Codhy. ROW' 3 C. Koons, S, Brown, E. Cole, L. Hcrhst, C. Clingcr, A, Cnttcr, N. Caylnr, C. Hintz, P. Barcls, j. Ries, L, Flnhr. Maude McBroom - Fourth Floor ROVU I: j. Frus, B. Mann, K, Cottrell, P. Beckford, J. Blohmc, D. Cates, K. Brock, N. Brown, L. Larson. ROW 2: B. Farquar, j. Rannals, S. Kuhl, K, Lucas, S. Ashwood, D. Brown, F. Carter, L. Rimsans, M, Boos, S. Koski, L. Cain. ROXV 3: M. Larson, R. Dallugc, M. liriccll, J. Patterson, H. Rutenbcck, L. Schapcr, P, Brunstrom, S. justis, S. Lcnowitz, K. Kcmpenaar, S. Ohdc. Maude McBroom 1 Fifth Floor ROXV 11 B. Cvjcvrc, B. Hurlcau, C. Saccaro, M. Cotter, S. Muellcr, M, Brunst, M. Novak, j. Pcckoslw. ROW' 2: j. Evans, A. Sewell J. Crcgur, S. Schmickle, M. Sorn, C. jirsa, j. Snell, P. Bartcls, J. Herman, C. Dungan. ROXV 3: 1. Fcc, C. johnson, S, Olson, I Shiffcr, J. Dibbcrn, P. Fuller, C. Kular, K. Cotbcrg, K. Conrad. ROW 4: D. Mangle, L. Lockwood, S. Kirkland, P. Cravcs, T Braclficld, M. lngcrson, M. jenkins, S. Erickson, A. Mosher, S. Pago. ROW 5: L. Benson, C. Hickcrson, j. Struvc, R. Henriclw, K. McDonald, J. Ccarman, B. Kumpf, O. Bjoncrud, J. johnson. Ky 'M Activities ROXX7 1: S. Schneider, S. Westcrfield, W. Knowles, R. Ostrander, K. Christiansen, M. Patterson, C. Cottle, B. Prichett, K. Mammen, ROW! 2: A. Majerus, R. Atty, T. Mohr, C. Stange, C. Kisler, C. Michael, S. Snyder, M. Odendahl, J. Leith, N. Hogan, F. Lewis. Burge Hall - Ruth Wardall Newly initiated this year by the Ruth Wardall House general council was the Wfardall Foreign Stu- dent Program. Throughout the year foreign students were invited to dinners and coffees given by the house. The purpose of the program was to give foreign and American students the chance to get better acquainted. The Freshman Council sponsored a Little Sister Wfeekend to which all younger sisters of residents were invited. The house also chose faculty advisors who would be invited to all house functions through- out the year. These advisors are Mr. and Mrs. john Simmons and Professor and Mrs. james Murray. GENERAL COUNCIQ Sandra Barnum, Sarah Bauman, Joyce Christiansen, Kathy Christiansen, Connie Hammel. Ruth Herzog, Elaine Higgins, jean Howes, Barb Howland. Janice joines, Rolli Klahn, Ceorgiana Kroef mer, Marie Patterson, Carol Pfaff, Carolyn Roberts, Mary Urich. Judiciary Art Board ROWf' 1: Kathryn Christiansen, Chris Jordan, Carolyn Roh- ROW' I: Suzanne Hyde, Christine lflliott, Sarah Bauman, erts, Barb Prichett, Suzanne Hyde, ROW' 2: Jeannie Thorn' Susan Jaeger, Ann Hcnclershot. ROW' 'lg Carol Xlirich, Les- ton, Ann Henclershot, Mary Urieh, Carol Carnett, Roxann ley Logue, Kathy Kohlepp, Judy Miller. Croben, Darlene Jaspersen. Floor Officers Public Relations ROW' lg .Niarie Patterson, Sandra Barnum, ROW' 2: Connie ROW' 1: Delores Chenoweth, Carol Carnett, Carolyn Mos- Hammel, Barhara Howland, ena, Mary Urich, ROW' 2: Mary W'hitson, Karen W'iller, Carol Ramsey, Kay Elliott. Social Scholastic Recognition ROW' 11 Jean lrlowtes, Pam Peterson, Nancy Cross, Nancy ROW' l: Linda Reed, Jane Little, Cinger Freeman, Carol Hogan, Barhara Hell, ROW' 2: Joan Leith, Karen Olmsteacl, Pfatl, ROW' 2: Patricia Parrott, Mary Murphy, Janet Scott. Carol Meek, Nancy' Bliesmer, Mary Iilynn, W l Mail reminded us that an out- df ' 3 l - Egan? V .r-"Xl -v""'.' 4 Lx ,ff l,!' side world cxistcd. Freshman Council ROW l: jacquclyn Lauer, Susan Schneider, Barbara Phillips, Della Ann Blair, Connie Michael, ROW 2: Brenda Schncdc, Bcrtinc Loop, jo Anderson, jane Rice, Gail Hcitz, Ruth Herzog, ROW 3: Faye Lewis, Shcrril Snyder. w f ,g 4 E lil I35 i l ROW l: Linda Pohlman, Sue Simon, Patsy Sup, Marilyn Roudahush, Sheryl Carlson, Ruth VanRoekel. ROW 2: Lois Franck, Rebecca Sperry, Vicki Arnold, Sandy Drake, julie Wtmtvd, Patty Bloomcamp, Karen Ring. Burge Hall - Beth Wellman This year the girls from Beth Wellniaii House in Burge started something new and distinctive. Mem- bers supported a movement for ordering dorm sweat- shirts, and so the Wfellman Coed Shirt was horn. Council members were further recognized hy gold pins which were given for the first time this year. ln an erlort to promote hetter dorm relations, a Big- GENERAL COUNCIL l i l l i l l l l l l l Little Sister program was set up on all floors of the house. ln this way, new freshmen students were en- abled to get acquainted with upperclassmen and dorm traditions, Dads and Mother's Day programs were handled hy a newly organized Freshman-Transfer Council. l lan Beard, Jana liell, Shirley Bush, Karnese Cameron, Bonnie Cjevre, Linda Hamhlen. Nancy Hart, Dee Homstad, Lois Hutchison, Karen Linklet- ter, Deanna Michael, jane Morrissey. jean Morrissey, Penny Nichols, Arlene Rommel, Ruth VanRoe- kel, Sandy Worland, Linda Wfeiner. sf 5 f 'i' , Zi f - -W Public Relations Scholarship ROXV I: Andrea Cocb, Barbara Kaplan, Deanna Michael, ROXV l: Bonnie Creenblat, Arlene Rommel, Beverly Saboe, Cynthia Lindberg. ROXV 2: Ellen Johnson, Suzanne Schu- Pat Hipple, ROXV 2: Julia Dessel, Linda Pohlman, Ardis man, Martha Wfallace, Mary McLaughlin. Vermazen, Martha Wfallace, Joan Dessel. fury 5, L.. 5 Q Judiciary Operation ln ROW' 1: Peggy Clapp, Fran Feuer, Pat l-lipple, ROW 2: ROW I: Jane Morrissey, Martha Newcomer, Margaret Linda Wfarner, Patricia Nell, Julianne Richards, Susan Schu- Pierce, Arleen Cross. ROW 2: Suzanne Schuman, Susan man, Lois Kuchenbaker. Huey, Barbara Wedeking, Pat Bloomcamp. Les Arts Social Judith Jennings, Mary Lee Wfalsh, Sue Simon, Karen Link- ROW 1: Linda Laughnan, Rennie Smith, Judy Raveling, letter, Marlec Moses, Sheryl Carlson, Carolyn Dockstader. Cheryl Olson. ROW 2: Sharon Lind, Barb Huss, Karnese Cameron, Bonnie Cvjevre, Sherri Scinta. I37 in , , ,KYW W , J Floor Chairmen Operation Out ROW' lt Linda Wfcincr, jan Heard, ROW! 2: Nancy Hart, ROXV 1: Hcdy Schwalvc, Lois Hutchison. ROW' 21 Nancy Deanna Homstad, jx-an Morrisscy. jaknlat, Martha Ncwcnmur, Karen Foster, Dreaming I , 'fBrusha, hrusha, brusha . . ," w Y I K r i General Council ROXV 1: P. Teal, S. Miller, C. Carlson, D. Richardson, M. johnson, j. Hawkins. ROXV 2: l.. Secress, P. Petersen, M, Doolittle, L. Haskett, B, McCabe, j. johnson, K. Xllfhitler, M. Cerke. ROXV 3: M, Cacciatore, S. Erbe, ul. Dwyer, S. Hofer, C. I.aPlante, N. Farley, J. Hay, P. Baxter. Currier llall Many innovations took place in Currier Hall over the past year. Perhaps the most startling was the new look of the building which was remodeled somewhat during the past summer. Not only was a new tire alarm system installed, but also bulletin boards were purchased for all rooms, and the fourth floor got a new set of windows. Business-wise the dorm changed also. A new con- stitution was passed which altered the requirements for holding dorm offices. For the first time a junior presided as dormitory president. A scholarship plaque was brought up to date and presented to the unit with the highest grade average at the Currier Recognition Dinner. Even the dorm paper, which has in the past appeared no more than twice yearly, commented monthly on the various meetings and activities of in- terest to Currier residents. "l just washed it and can't do a thing with it." Ev 3 ,-- Executive Council An aspiring joan Baez treats her Currier Hall roommatcs to a few impromptu folk songs. ROW' I: P, Teal, S. Miller, C, Carlson, D. Riclizirdson, J. lolwnsun. ROXV 2: M. johnson, M. Doolittle, M. Haslcett, M. Cacciatorc, j. Hay. ROW' 3: C. Laplantu, j. Hawkins, X, Earlcy. New Student Council ROXV 1: M. Hakes, K, Kaltcnborn, J. Hardiman, B. Hoovcl, P. VanHs:el, ROW' 2: J. Johnston, L. Nicbaum, V. Riscr, S. Mucllcr. ROW' 3: J. Henderson, C. Connor, M, Kcrdus, A. Hastings. S. Miller, S. Cracc, M, Quinn, Currier roulette, anyone? M fm K Q I . Intramurals ROW l: Celia Ann Starks, Cherie Sweetland, Lou Haslcett, Judy Bonnett, Lorraine Flemming. ROW' 2: Kay Spencer, Phyllis Ryan, Barbara Schutz, Janet Henderson, Carolyn Cramer, Beatrice Conover, Activities ROW! l: Kristin Shewalter, Mary Sloan, Cheryl Lalllante, Carroll McDaniel, Carol Dochterman. ROW 2: Juan Murphy, Jeanne Asthalter, Susan Fuhrman, Donna Davis, Betsy Wfest. Public Relations ROXV 1: Sandra Koehler, Juan Willen, Dee Maddy, Judy Hay, Pat VanHeel, Sharon Proctor. ROW 2: Linda King, Anna Griffith, Mary Quinn, Margaret McGregor, Betty Steele, Judy Holly. .1 Social ROW' 1: joye Hardiman, Karen johnson, Mary Cacciatore, Lynn Wfashburn, Sandi jenkins. ROW! 2: Enid Coodhuc, Vicki Hildebrand, Chris Greene, Barbara Blanlcenburg, Sharon Bunke. ROXV R: Sandra Scott, Hua Blong, Mary Yatscvitch, Kelly McCabe, Susy Birchmier, Marylin Crandall. Judiciary ROW' 11 Deanna Bonnett, Joyce Nowlin, Louisa Young, Jeannette Murray, Wfinter Ellen Taylor, ROXV 'lz Dianne Donaldson, Katherine Martin, Nancy Earlcy, Margi Scothorn, Helen Tiernan, Toni Onwellcr. Scholarship ROW' I: Janice Hilsman, Helen Tiernan, Margaret Doolittle, Lynnea Aspland, Mary Mikcsell. ROW 2: LeAnna Murphy, Nancy Reimers, Rose Ann Lindsay, Martha Logsdon, Sheila Slcssor, Elizabeth Krebill, Mary Wlalsh. 'if 7 il "All right, l'm sorry I dropped thc spaghetti in your lap." Three girls, n record player, bongcvs and an absent judici- ary chairman make for a lively aftcrmmn in Currier Hall. iii , is We Westlawii is a somewhat unique housing unit in which classes are held and living quarters are provided for nurses, technicians, and practical students. Its lo- cation is practical for all the nurses who work from dawn until dusk. The close proximity to all the hos- pitals makes it possible for them to get to their jobs with a minimum of difficulty. The junior nurses who became residents of West- lawn this fall are the last class of nurses that this building will house. Witli the advent of the new nurs- ing program, student nurses will be able to live on the "other side of the riverw in Currier, Burge, and soror- ity houses. Vfestlawn will still have its use for it is to be turned into offices and classrooms after the class of 1964 has graduated. This year Westlawn's candidate, Margie Walsli, was picked Miss SUI. tla n Thursday afternoon coffee hours bring welcome relaxation Council ROW 1: J. Bowen, L. Wilbtxr, M, Cohen, B. Kendrick, N. Benn, S. Loomis. ROW! 2: C. Tappan, K. Tener, V, Wynes, B. Doyle, C. Schmacker, P. Maxheim, D. Cvrundmeier. ROW' 3: B. Scholtes, S. Esser, S. Croninga, S. Cooper, N. Randolph, L. Newell. I45 Nomination ROW I: ,lean Furulcawa, Nancy Benn, Nancy Harban. ROW 2: Sue Whiteside, Holly Williams, lan Waters. Judiciary ROW' I: Dori Bicster, Mary Hughes, jan Bowen, Liz Atkinson, Gloria Smith. ROXV 2: Charlotte Hooker, jan Hartwell ,Ioan Lane, Brenna Snider, Mary Bachman. PRN ROW' I: Mary Griswold, Kay Tuner, Bernice Hockman, June Sltnw, ROXV 2: Sandy Hensel, Anne Kindred, Eileen Hohf, Margie Wfalsh, Activities Ruth Drcwis, Lorna Wfilbur, Diane Fursck. Publicity jan Bode, Carla Schmackcr, Karan Lorimor. Social ROW I: Sheryl Croninga, Diana Nelson. ROW' 2: Sharon Lictzau, Judi Wfisslcr, Karen Kutschcr ROW 1: E. Klosterman, 1. Bottomley, O. Carter, R. Miller, D. Vanlseeuwen. ROXV 2: T. Cronbaugh, B. Gardner, D. Netherton, D. Zahn, C. Arthcrholt, C. XY'eaver, S. Bosonac, R. McLane. ROW! 3: B. Reade, C. Kreltel, C, Marshall, A. Cooperider, R. Gibbs, J. Kelley. ROW 4: J. Rohwedder, R. Ray, B. Reed, E. Bennett, YW. Renander, R. Brechwald. ROW 5: C. Brown, D. Scalise, D. Miller, S. Treiher. 2.1:- F. l Time for relaxation in the grill area. Hillcre t Every man who resides in Hillcrest is automatically a member of the Hillcrest Association Dues of the association pay for the maintenance of such facilities as a TV room, a stereo room, and such worthwhile projects as purchasing toys for the children in the handicapped hospital. The stereo room in Hillcrest was given a boost by the dormitory officials this year with the announce- ment that several new albums would be purchased to supplement the collection of 150 already available to dormitory residents. For the second year in a row, Hillcrest, in coopera- tion with Project AID, sponsored a concert by a top name singing group. The climax of the dorm's social activities was reached with the crowning of the Hillcrest Queen at the annual spring dance. Baird House ROW' 1: j, Hamilton, 1. Kehoe, L. Becker, J. Taber, D. Dillon, D. Haxton, D. Boyer, D. Leonard, J. Mayer. ROW! 2: C. Sebhen, E, Bowstead, L. Riehn, C. Streit, D. Schilcl, D, Mason, R. Muhlenhruch, ROW' S. H. Vanclerhoek, B. Corsuch, M. Stratton, K. Edlund, C. Schrader, R. Flanigan, D. Petersen, D. Yeager, R. Clausen. ROXV 4: R. Katz, R, Schultz, B, Donahue, T. Donahue, V. Atwood, D, Hennies. Boardwell House ROW l: D. Moore, S. Hodoway, M. johnson, C. jenkins, W, Devine, L. Callcs, D. Holland, j. Kelley. ROW 2: B. Westphal, J. Coons, M. Malone, J. VanHorn, K. Rock, A. Severson, D. Sicpcrda, J. Valcnta, ROW 3: J. Breitenstein, M. Barney, R. Claeys, M. Campbell, G. Ankeney, NV. Cooper, D. Burgess, M. Cooney, C. Storhy, T, Hoffman. Bush House ROXW 1: J. Myers, XV. Restelli, C. Marshall, j. XY'heeler, S. Howard, Simmers, R. Gallagher, D. Haxton, D. Anderson. ROW 2: R. Karstens, B, jorgenson, V. Francis, D. Adis, D. Fetzer, R. Keppy, P. Reisetter, J. Hackett. ROXV 3: R. Peterson, R. Holtz, E. Carman, W. Blessing, j, jackson, F. Kearney, D, jones. ROXV 4: j. Macelc, XV. Anderson, j. liorkenhrock, T. Hicks, S. Hatfield, S. Sidwell, B. Roesler, j. Zinn, D. Braley, Calvin House ROWf I: L. Husmann, P, Humhcrt, D. Buhmann, D. McComb, F, Schncidcr, M. Powers, XV. Rcnander, D. Strang. ROW 2: R. Magnuson, S. Schatz, V. Wfoolums, N. Hackcrson, R. Knuclsen, T. Ruinhardt, D. Harstad, C. Lawrence, D. Haxlon ROW" 3: j. Thompson, D. Millcr, C. Vonahsen, J. Sjohcrg, R. Merrick, C. Mishach, C. Arthur, E. McKcc, R. Crccnluc Ensign House ROW' l: D. Luupcr, M. Thcclc, D. Mcycr, M. Slwlfs, L. Cciwwitc, R. Cihhs, W'. Zagcr, ,l. Danforth, K. Oclzmann ROW' 2: Y. Vclclhousc, R. Thompson, D. Tiggcs, R. Young, M. South, j. Starr, R. Luavitt. Fenton House ROWf I: A. Kamen, D. Zahn, R. Holz, M. Stoddard, D. Virtuc, D. Olson, P. Young, Wf. Knott. ROW' 2: J. McLanc, ,l. Davis, J. Humont, S. Drycr, M, Kinney, D, Shepard, D. W'acChter. ROW' R: L. Kuhlhofl, M. Cook, K. Shousc, D. DcKock, D. Mclilain, G. Key, F. Sauer. ROW' 4: F. Swift, R. McGowan, M. Drain, D. Schalckamp, R. Polly, E. Camphcll, Wf. Hocvct, R. Onlcun. gl Higbee House ROW" I1 1, Chicoinc, R. Febey, H. Harmon, R. French, V. lurgens, C. Brown, D. Coleman, M. Teal, W". Larson. ROW' 2: nl. Lohff, R. Broshar, C. Cambs, C. Krelcel, R. DeW"itt, W'. Bloeclel, il. Hampton, D. ldeker, A. ReistrofTer. ROW" 3: D. Steinmetz, R. Hammit, C. Kuhl, J, Davey, J. Drzycimslti, D. Haxton, Wf. Firestone, R. Day. ROW" 4: D. Heltne, T. Wfilkin, N. Dillingham, l. Little, C. Miller, S. Bouglier, D. Claussen. Kuever House ROW7 I: G. Lindquist, D. Goetz, D. F2-ies, R. Miller, R. Kramer, T. Park ROW7 2: R. Schumacher, R, McLane, P. Parsons, L. Dittmer, J. Bottomley, M. Roddy, C. Brown, WX. King. ROW 3: C-. Swanson, S. Smith, D. Holtliaus, M. Cirulis, j. Berggren, C. Semler, Wf. McCormick, ROW' 4: A. Goode, j. Cleveland, j, Rohwedder, R. Wfollin, J. Londrigan. ROW! 5: G. Artherholt, E, Klosterman, C. Lewis, J. Cross, D. Eells, E. Pedcn. Mott House ROW7 1: H. Russo, S. Naltama, C, Wfilliams, D. Bye, B. Kelly, R. Brechwald, H. Kepner. ROW' 2: R. Speedy, P. Martin, J, Schneider, J, MCC-ratli, J. VandeKamp, C. VandeKamp, R. Voss, D. Guerin. ROW' 3. R. Miller, Wf. Resler, D. Schmeiser, D. Evans, j, Bainbridge, C. Reznicelc, j. Stumme. ROXV 4: T. Wfunderlicla, M. Bakeliouse, R. Evans, 1. Coniglio, A, Sudimaclc, J. Sanfrey. O'Connor House ROW' 1: M. Gilbert, P. Beyer, J. Langerud, Cv. Phillips, J. Price, A. Wfohlfeil, R. Hoe, C. Moore, D. Miller. ROW 2: C. Wfilliams, O. Carter, D. Clow, B. Smith, D. Mewes, A. Carelick, M. Wfiese, B. Oleson. ROW 3: H. Anderson, S. Hauser, J. Iseminger, C. Simms, J. Spangler, R. Eggert, J. Cheeks, C. Weaver, D. Mack. Phillips House ROW' 1: M. Bailey, M. Knowles, R. Wfilbanks, J. Niland, B, Cardner, T. Brown, T. Lorigan. ROW' 2: D. Hutchins D. Netherton, S. Irvine, M, Roos, B, Beren, E. Duffe, C. Dawson, J. Simmons. ROVU 3: F. Bennett, R. Miller, S. Maddox, R. Blunek, C. Sylvester, D. DeCoster, V. Nash, C. Neal. ROW 4: B. Reade, C. Overbaugh, J. Beck, D. Clow, J. Schnoor, C. Martin, J. Mick, P. Mayberry, L. Burns. ROXV 5: R. Cebhard, J. Hutton, N. XVilson, R. Dauhenherger, J. Bierman D. Pauling, J. Jessen, H. Snow. r 1 Seashore House ROW ln L. Barton, D. Lindsey, S. Bosonac, W. Figenshaw, R. Bruning, R. Riessen, B. Carruthers. ROXW 2: D, Simpson, T. Kittleman, S. Treiber, A. Molozaiy, D. Kladstrup, L. Wfalker, R. Carmichael. ROXV 3: F. Hull, E. Hronik, L. Ketelsen, A. Kamen, M. Kinney, J. Pfetler, XV. Decker. ROW' 4: J. Schafer, T. Hart, l. Hentzel, R, Stempel, P. Young, M, Pearson, C. Scherrer, D. Morehouse. Steindler House ROXV 1: N. Houtz, D. Carnas, T. Cxonhaugh, S. Berg, D. Miller, B. Melancl, J, Bringelson, R. Nielsen, R. Christianson. ROYV 2: A, Cooperider, E, Wilson, C. Ryan, D. Thompson, T. Bolubitt, M. Meyer, R. Dodge, J. Nosbish. ROW 3: H. Alter, L. Myatt, R. Breckenridge, D, Maher, C. Pooler, R. Nelson, C. Barron, B, Tallman. ROXV 4: j. Fawcett, K. Seesser, L, Wfraith, E. Bunn, O. Arsts. Thacher House ROVV I: L, Cook, D. Brewer, XV. Reed, D. Topinka, C. Schicfen, T. Kern. ROXV 2: J, Reardon, L. Lercher, L, Bailey, J, Lage, R. Shafer, R. Miller, C. Waite, A. Clausen, J. Remley. ROW 3: J. Caclwallader, R. XVood, C. Leeper, j. Strueher, K. Clark, M, Lynch, E. VanDriel. ROW! 4: A. Wfyckoff, A. Becker, C. Meyer, I. Cebbie, j. Sehhen, ,l. Noyd. ROW 5: YU. Corey, 1, Hay, B. Cates, J, Miller, A. Holcomb, R. Hoff, R. Callas, j. Olsen, Trowbridge House ROXV 1: M, Petersen, R, Brandt, B, Bunclgaard, B. Nissen, D. Berghoefer, R. Ray, C. Noble. ROXV 2: T. Hutchison, J. VerSteeg, A. Hostetler, D. Dandy, F. Tangren, C. Brooks, D, Lietzau, L. Hoflmann. ROW 3: K. Runge, D. Bunnell, T. Stroope, S. Comhs, C. Spina, B. Parisi, S. Young. ROXV 4: P. Criffin, H. Wirtz, A, Druivenga, R. Naas, M. Craigie, M, Klauer, M. Moeller, A, Blagg. Van Der Zee House ROW" I: M. Olirien, D. Baklcen, D. Parsons, M. Kissinger, P. Deutsch, j. Mathews, D. Harwood, J. Monree, M, jungling. ROW' 'lg C. Cronen, D. Craning, J. Harnagel, C. Russo, j, Orris, T. Raehnw, C. Mills, T, Tulz-mel. ROW' 3: j. liiseli, R. Smith, M. Kinney, A. Kamen, R. Amleway, B. Goldstein, H. Mentzer, K. Hixson, R. Breslaw. Executive Council ROW" I- liverell Klnsterman, james linlturnley, Orwin Carter, Ray Miller, David Vanleeuwen. ROWf 2: Cary Artlierf hull, linlw Clarclner, Rnllaml Ray, Daw Sealise, Stephen Bnsnnne, jim Rolwwedder. ROW' 3: Brian Reade, Cone Krelxel, Ilmi-ell Yetliertwn, lf Bennett, Allverl Cuwprieler, David Miller. Presidents' Council ROWf lz R. Burning, B. Meland, D. Sealise, D. McComb, D. liye. ROW! 2: D. Meyer, H. Kepner, R. Miller, C. Sclwieien, D. ,lmclmr ROW' 3: P. Clwristianson, D. lierghnefer, D. Olson, P. Deutsch, J. Price Orientation ROXV I: Ccnc Krckcl, james Bottomley, Rolland Ray, Cary Arthcrlwlt, Wfilliam Zagcr. ROW! 2: Carl Camlws, Dave Virtuc, Douglas Zahn, Everett Klostcrman, Darrell Ncthurton, Brian Reade, ROXW 3: Ray Millur, Orwin Cartcr, F, Bcn- nctt, George Lccpcr, Albert Coopuridcr. Freshman Forum ROXV 1: Cary Swanson, R. Russo, jim Roliwcddcr, Dick DcCoster, Cordon Krueger, ROW! 2: Tom Hart, jim Starr, Mel Knowles, jim Mick, jim Nusbisli. ROXV 3: jcfl lscminger, Miku Pctcrscn, joc Caclwalladur, jamcs Fiscli. Facilities and Scholarship ROW! lg Charlt-s Russo, Rolland Ray, Bob Gardner, Dick DcCostcr, ROW 2: james Park, james Orris, Alan Carclick, David Mcwcs. Judiciary ROW! I: Gene Krekcl, Charles Seh-errer, Reinhard Ricssen, David Miller, George Leeper, ROW! 2: john Wfilsnn, jnhn Platt, Carl Camhs, Ed Schneider, Gene VanDricl, Dave Vanleeuwen, Intramural Board RUXV l: Dave Virtue, Phil Humluert, Mervyn Thcdc, Dee lindsey, Stephen Bosonac, Stephen Berg, Wfilbur Devine, Clary Lindquist. ROXV 2: james Simmons, Thomas Lorigan, jerry Chicnine, David Tnpinlwi, Cary Phillips, Vtfilliam Kelly, Michael Kissinger, Samuel Simmers. Social ROW' 1: liill Kanter, Wfalter Corey, David Goetz, Robert Kramer, Cary Artherhnlt, john Wfhecler, Larry Ceisewite, Bruce liundgaard. ROW' 2: Ronald Greenlee, Dave Parsons, Ronald Bos, john Langcrud, Robert Cehhard, james Pleller, Fritz Roos, Larry Bailey, Craig Dawson. Oh, oh, the lecture notes dcm't agree with thc text book again! aptimc at Hillcrest ROXV I: Bill Houser, Everett Sortor, Mohamed Khowassah, Dave Norland, Vance Thomas. ROW! 2: Robert Katz, Larry Bailey, james Lee, Gene Sebben, Melvin Schoeppner, Kenneth Shaner. ROW 31 David l-lennies, Ronald Weiidt, Forrest Hummel, lvan Hasselbusch, Patrick Buckingham, Eric Matts. outh Quadrangle ROW! I: Don Tallent, john Klaus, Don Hiclclin, ROW 2: Cent Koob, Torrey Neill, Simon Estes, Paul Tyler. For those who pass it by and wonder who lives in it, the South Quadrangle happens to be a small nonf boarding dormitory. For the one hundred men who reside within, South Quadrangle is the center for their studying, their friendships, and it is their home at SUI. The men in South Quadrangle do not lack social activity, Among the activities in the social realm of South Quad this year were a Homecoming coffee for parents, a Christmas party, and several mixers with sections of the women's dorms. The dorm is governed by a fourteen man council. Every spring, the South Quad Council sponsors a scholastic recognition banquet, which has as its pur- pose the promotion of unity among the men's dormi- tories. Quadrangle Quadrangle dormitory is often described hy those who reside within as a dorm "steeped in tradition." This year, however, the conservative elements were put to flight with a revamping of the dormitory council and constitution. Previously the president and vice- president of the association were elected hy a vote of the general council. This March, however, the pro- cedure was replaced hy a dorm-wide election of officers. Among the traditions for which Quad is noted are the winter dance and the crowning of the Quad Queen, the spring picnic, and the Recognition Banquet, which honors outstanding residents in scholarship, service and athletics, Perhaps the best known of the Quad traditions, the Hillcrest-Quad rivalry, was virtually eliminated with the proposal that Hillcrest dormitory he brought into the KXVAD radio network, Executive Council ROW l: Neal Rains, Sam Sibley, Lawrence Crain, Eugene Qlson. RQXV 2: Michael Quigley, Larry Bailey, Thomas Cenung, Tom Hoffman, Kerry Alherti. General Council Row 1: Eugene Olson, Larry Bailey, Sam Sibley, Neal Rains, Lawrence Crain, Kerry Alherti. RQXY! 2: Stephen Stewart, Michael Quigley, William Deegan, john Stahly, Rohert Katz, Douglas Vffolfe. RQXV 3: jack Wfeisensee, Tom Hoflman, Ronald Wfohhelting, jack Sehben, Brian Becker, Steven Gumbiner, David Hennies. Lower A, Lower E, and N Tower ROW' I: T. Sheridan, R. McCullough, I Franks, A. Mood, D. Draper, I-. XYf'illctt, R. Fuller, D. Mood, j. McGill, j. Norscn ROW' 2: C. Dalmassn, D. W'illiams, XY'. Holtz, C. Onkcn, R. Fisulc, M. Jennings, I XY"uisunsuc, j, Grossman, S. Cumbincr ROW' 3: C. Loshbaugh, R. Hnrak, T. Nnwlin, K. Kiplingcr, R. Kreinbring, P. Chapman, D. Schwab, -I. Matson, S Stewart. ROXV 4 L. Hcrshbcrgcr, R. NaKashima, T. Bauur, M. Hincs, R. Hannah, H, joseph, C. Burton, D, Hcnnics. ROW' 5: P. Wfilliamson C. VandQW'alle, R. Eggers, A. Emcriclc, R. Kirby. Lower and Upper C and D ROW' 1: I.. W'1'igl1t, T. Hoffman, XY' Dccgan, M. Quiglcy, S. Sibley, K, Albcrti, I.. Iiailcy, D. Hcnnius, B. Rucker. ROW' 2 R. Huitt, I.. Baylcss, D. Ritchie, F. Minor, E. Shirnkat, J. Crihbs, XV. Bron n, E. Hart, D. I'oun:lcr, Ii. Kem. ROW' S: I.. Ncttcn S. Keller, C. Blanchard, C. Kcahbunc, K. Chan, C. Ciuvsclkcn, R. Wfalcrman, A. Mcliic. ROW' -I. C. W'nlfc, S, Trcclccr, T, Wfagncr T, XX"yclwlI, I Larson, R. XY'indnrf, P. DyIh0H, P. Purtlock, Ii. Finncran. ROW' 5: R. Hughes, IZ. Larsun, I Kirchncr, XV. Hoyt R. Durmcr, Ii. Ccarharl, j. Schbun, B. Andcrson, H. Crunwalal, ROW' Cv: N. Schumacher, C. Goodman, j. Muck, A. Kilburgcr XV. Strolvach, M. llotcrsun, F, Paulus, R. Cnghlan, T. Maher. ROW' 7: j. Murrow, ,l. liarlnn, rl. Dclm, YW. Mills, D. Conkel, R Berry, V. Allen, Schcppclc, R. Cooper, D. England. Lower A and Band Upper B ROW' 1: C. Rawson, M, Stevenson, R. Katz, P. Miller, W. Stoncburg, A, Llngurcan, R. Wfobbcking. ROXV 2: R. Ricdcscl, L. Crain M. Ellis, T. McLaughlin, L. Pctcrscn, j. Hamilton, L. Bailey. ROW 3: R. Lenz, D, Miller, D. Wolfe, j. Wyatt, C. Sclwlapkolwl XV. Will, NW. Nutt, J, Scbbcn, ROXV 4: R. Conn, D. Marshall, j. Noland, P. Larson, R. Tobiason, L. Sheets, M, Pctcrson M. Ashworth. S, E, and W Towers ROW! 1: C, Murray, D. Morgan, R. Lambertscn, XV. Harris, T. Ccnung, XV. Lang, R, Bald, R. Barry, ROXV 2: D, Tharp, C. Dil worth, E. Olson, J, Stalwly, R. Antrim, W. Pierrot, D. Ludvigson, L, Bailey, S. Huttcrbaugh, R. Katz. ROW 3: J. Bcaclw, T. Ncstrud H. Cranford, J. Rasmussen, R. jalwnke, D. Prescott, S, Pcacoclcc, XV. Morrison, D. Powell. ROXV 4: J. Scbbcn, J, Holvcn, A, Tclnrug gc, H. Fleming, j. Cocttscli, D, Stcclc, R. Wobbcking, T. Lass, D, Hcnnics. ROXV 5: D. Tlwics, H, VandcrHoclc, P. Langcfcld R. Dennis, O. Cronklcs, J. Balstcr, A, Coloff, C. Shccts, M. Maduff, G. Sullivan, Tluc Quad lilvrary is a nicu quiet place to study and catch up un the latest iukcs in l'l.1vlvm'. lt would be su much nicer il they would put their phone mmmbcrs on thc posters too." -f Y 2, Bk .ming x ik X' N NX: M f 4, Q ,F -Nw. se" 066 ' There just has to he something in this eoolthook ahout frying hamhurgers 'X Off- ampu Hou ing Over half of the students enrolled at SUI live in off-Campus housing. They may live at home, in mar- ried student housing, in University approved housing, or in any residence of their choice if they are 'll or over. Students living in approved off-campus housing are Subject to all University regulations. For women this means closing hours, and for both women and men, adult supervision and regulation of conduct. Front porches arc wonderful places for parties in thc spring. thought you said we were going to cat OUT this evcningf' 5114 355 Vg, Cnntcmplationl s 1 X .3 mgx, iw., Q 4 .p f A ' 1 A am jf, is , 5 may 5 vig- 1 3, ggi An apartment-sizccl gulf Cwursc lwats Finkbine nn a cnld Wil1lCF dm Tlwrcgs more than nnu kind nf lwnvncvvmk flumfurtablc surroundings and cnngcniaf mnn1matcs. invulwd in UH-canwpus housing. " 522.9 , 'A " 'W aw. arried tudent Wilt. e Learning to budget time between studying and household duties is one of the major problems of the married students on any college campus, Here at the State University of lowa this problem is not at all unusual, for approximately one out of every six stu- dents is married. The University provides two types of housing for the married students. Many live in the temporary barracks in Finkbine, Quonset, North, Templin, Sta- dium, and Melrose Parks, while others who have their names first on the waiting lists are fortunate enough to get an apartment in the modern Hawkeye or Park- lavvn Apartments. The married students are, of course, entitled to all of the benefits of the University including a repre- sentative seat on Student Senate, "lt's the craziest thing I ever saw-a machine that sells money " --+3312 M v-Sm? 1 I I , .. i,,. X vt, , .,,t 'E 1 ' ' v a t , , ig R Q t in ., A -we ' M iki 'Q ' , ax if . nun? :E L, "-Y'-nf N' 1- . 2,2 , ' 'W Y, 5,1-in ' , g S tug' ' iig- "wu d 9 L L For better or for worse!!! QU L Marricd studcnts foul the pinch of cramped quarters, Student wives may not agree that this is a "dry, state. n T: w -W The "overflow" in Marricd Studcnt Housing is cvidunt CVCFYNNIHCTC. Q. g Wai Xi i -'.... ,..,,. . G .,-w""" .W ,.i Exposurc to the University starts curly in married student housing. I69 s, A T ,....f,.-...wx MQ hem og the gQong og pioneen dags. Siet thy Qpinit be pnoud as og oQd Hcrkcy and friends chccr the Hawkeyes to victory As they say in burlcsquc, "That's a hard act to follow." . ,, W -, fw:y,eA1f-- 1,4 VV 3..m. Q IQQA wnpllx, Westlawn 4 Sl IARON BAUER DEBBIE ZufIfR13N fllplm 'Delta P1 Siqnm 'Della Tau Miss SU and ttendants HOLLY fV1lCHA1iLS Delta Delta Delia jum' Simufrc Jillvlm Xi Della NANCY LALIGHLIN JEANIE F1515 Kappa Alpha Them Pi Bw Phi DMN!! Dune C.Ill'l'IL'Y' 'Hull Dolphin Queen and ttendants KATH113 SKRAM Wfesllmmz , '49 ,RW ig 1 'K Qs up wpml ,X M 5 , uf- 1 if 5 ,.. ,N 'W 'Fc A x , W viva "ip Q 3 4 jggw, z , lv ,i , ' , 9' ff' f "i 3 LF ff 555115 Y ' 'wfffifi W4-M ., 'Ei' ,Ag fE,! , 'X ,, few ,, ui A' fiffgk X J figs 9,4 35? ,fig .59 Q fa.. 5 ix, 0 5 'Q A X 4 if if 3? as A , ' F,-G,gfifvg '79 ig., ' 1 A A, fir f-Z? 1fy D. 45, ,4?Q,jT3Igf3N Qc W rj f' g'f- rf 1 fain ag Ska . , W , I A M nf Qf' 'Mm A K 1' A f ' " .x.. g 5 E 1 V .'.. 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XVSLII and KSLll, under the direction of Carl Menzer, broadcast a variety of programs to suit their listeners. The entertainment of classical, semi-classical, and jazz music is interspersed with various educa- tional, sports, and nexxs presentations. Each week hoth stations simultaneously broadcast classical music into a stereophonic sound system. The station is operated hy the University Extension Service and is statled largely by students, those who are pursuing a career in radio iournalism and seek practical experience, and others who prefer to help prepare programs on an extrascurricular activity hasis. Both XVSUI and KSUl display excellent radio pro- gramming for the State University of lowa. KSUI, an FM station, is on the air from seven to ten in the evening, while XVSUI is heard from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m, linrcign festivals, Concerts and lecture scrics arc tapccl for fu- ture cnjuynient of XVSUI lis- tcncrs, A WSUY disc jockey selects a program of music from the stati0n's well-stocked rccord library. i,,', my Tclcxision majors get practical uxpcricncc through in-class training, The camera pans in on a scunc from "Zum Sturyf' A television camura dullics in to pick up a ncuscasl. Televi ion Center Shllls Television Center, under the direction ot Samuel L. Becker, is the scene of much interesting and educational activity. Students participate in solving various production problems as well as in writing scripts and in actual performing, The other side of the mock television screen is handled by students en- rolled in courses designed to provide experience in their major area. XVSUI-TV telecasts a variety of shows including one-minute commercials, news shows, interview s, and classroom presentations. Many of the shows are filmed and used later in classroom discussions, The Television Center provides the opportunity for the future director to experiment with his own dra- matic presentations. Being able to view his own show in action enables him to obtain valuable first-hand experience in the problems of programming. wastes, gf-er rs.: K 7 W5 7k,. Modern dance is the subject of a student-directed television show. Geography lessons are brought to Iowa grade school classrooms through the facilities of WSUI educational programming, Fw' Alkali 1963 Hawkeye Wtmrk on the l9o3 l'lAXY'KEYI: was initiated in March of 1962 when Karen Kimberly was chosen editor and Dave Benda business manager by the trustees of the Board of Student Publications, lnc. Work progressed . . . the editorial staff wrote the copy for each section of the book, and Karen worked with chief photographer jim Underwood to give SUI a yearbook full of pictures which would re-create familiar scenes of student life. Dave and his business staff sold space in the l'lAWliEYIE to organizations on campus and took care of the selling and distribution of the books, The kl,xxv'K11Yi1 statt spent a long and busy year making the book a success, and they owe a great deal of thanks to Professor Wfilbur Peterson, their faculty advisor, who offered suggestions and helped solve the problems that confronted them. E joan Wfalsb, jim Cebbie, Barbara Cincione, Patty Newsome JOHN BORNHOLDT and IAN BURNS, Co-Copy Editors ,,..,,.,,. W, , F- ,,,,,, as Le A " 4 55? 3 xx igfng V xi pai? ,VN QS? 'Z' new Y' """' - '- . EA i E7 7 mc- M at ' -rm' ,,,., -in 3' 1. if eb 5 we Q5 r f -r 2: K , ski? 'Q gig 2' is 1 6fii5i.5 V is X, pew? Q. ' f',i'zVrr' 25 rr. ffm Jigggjaii an Us id 'Tm QMFSX ,ef s an ia we ,i su sugars M no 1 E X -L .. .Lg f MN. , N 4 5,5 I ,J Ea 5 -2 sw 45 i mi if sever r 1 wixgxi 5,19 up--1-J I if AJ E 1l'."..'!. Q ,.,, , L'fAL- ' ' 2 J' 1 --T JIM UNDERXVOOD, Chiuf Photograplwcr OFFICIAL YEARBO0K DAX 'F HFNIDA, Business Managcr HAWKEYE STAFF 5,dilorit1I SMH' Editor .... . KAREN KIsim51zLY Chief Photographer . JAAn3s LlNn131txv'ooD Art Editor . . . JoAN XVALSII Managing Editor . ...... ,lm GIEISIBIE Copy Editors . . . JAN BURNS, JOHN BORNIIOLIJT ldentifications Editor '...., B.-ARI! CINCIONE Index Editor . . . . lJA'l'TY NExx'soAi15 Captions Editors .,.. Surf Sriirir, SuL Aitrz Administration N Colleges Editor . . Suri Co1esoN General Organizations Editor . . Susng JLNSIEN Dorms N OH-campus Editor . . LINDA AnRAA1soN ,Bn , lJAVlg BENDA Business Manager . Business Assistant . . . DoN KLLLooo . . PAUL Tr IORNXYALL Page Sales h4anager ROW' li Judy Skalsky, Marilyn Steele. Religious Qrgnnization Editor . , CAROL MAnrsoN Professional 8 Honoraries Editors Juni' Si4ALsm', MAR1LA'N S'r15l5LL Military Editor ...,.. , LARRY Oren Arts Ex Communications Editors Sui: LINN, LINDA Novu- Fraternities Editors l'lIEA'l'lll5R Biusnrx, fXiAR'I'lN DANILLSON Sororities Editors LINIPA XViNni51tca, CARl-.fA Stinu,siANN Sports Editor ...... Sllltlxf Slnll Book Sales Nlanager . Oliice Manager . Promotion Manager . HArucn5'rT ll1NnA1AN . Bon l'l.-XRRlNLS'liON . Juni' S'rLv1Ns . Sur S'rrr'r Linda Xlfinlwerg, Carla Schumann, Susie Jensen, Linda Abramsonr ROW' 'lr Larry Orr, Martin Danielson, Q81 !Tl5TI1i.:'MlXI3t r we Don Hurt, Hcrk Vallicr, Paul Merar t, m,A. Vfltit Nl F ,QI KI l""'f am M-Y N1 fxx, Suu Stcff, Judy Stcvens, Paul Thornwall, Don Kellogg fawiv. aw TW 'NN whirl ut 53416931 lkhixli ROW' lx K. Swift, j. Lippincott, C. Cottscliallt. ROW' Z: 9. Artz, A, Carter. ROW' 3: D. Carlson, E. Zoeclfler, T. Callan, H. Hindman, j. Klein. Pulilislier . Editor '... Managing Editor . City Editor . News Editor '... Assistant City Editor . Assistant News Editor . Sports Editor . . . Society Editor . Chief Photographer . Assistant Photographer . Assistant to the Managing Assistant Sports Editor , Advertising Director . Advertising Manager . Classified Manager . . Advertising Consultant . Circulation Manager . DI Eimxtpvxlzn P. B.XSSIE'I"l' . . ,lIfRRY ELsI5,x . LARRY l'lA'1'l'Il2I.D . jo,xN ANDI5RsoN . Dont: CaRI.soN . K,x'I'iIi' Sxvlifr . TIM CALLAN . ERIti Zoi5tiRLI5R . SUSAN ARI1 . joif LIPPINco'rT . ALAN CaR'rI5R Editor . . ,IoIIN KLI5IN lliXRRI1f'I"l' HINIJMAN . . IRvCRosssI,xN . DIiNNIS BINNING . BILL RINGIQR . BILL BRYANT . ,lm CoLLII5R TA FF Pulvlislier . . Editor . . . Managing Editor . . . EIuxt4xRIu P. B,xssIaTT . CUXRY C-ISRLACH . ljflllli CARLSON News Editors . ERIC ZOI:CIiL1iR, MoIL'xsm,xD lIJRl5liS City Editor . . Editorial Associate . Sports Editor . Society Editor . . Cliief Photographer . Assistant City Editor . Assistant Sports Editor . . Assistant Photographer . Advertising Director . Advertising Nianager . Classified Manager . . . Advertising Consultants BILL BRYA Circulation Manager '..,. . JOAN ANDERSON . Tm C.'XI.l.AN . BILL PR15MIsI.E . SIIs,xN AITIAZ . jolt LII1I1INcoTT . , K,x'rI1Y Sw'IIr'r Il,tRRIIj'I"I' HINIJMAN . . Bon NANIDIJLL . IRv GRossM,xN . . DICK P,xI'KIf D1sNNIs MCKINNIQY Nr, DI5NNIs BINNING . . AllMCOI.I.IlER Dail Io an As lowals fourth largest morning paper, the Daily Iowan provides a necessary line of communication be- tween SUI and the outside world. For many busy students, instructors, and others, the Daily 7owau gives coverage of important events occurring in the world today about which they want and need to know. Local, state, national and international news are brought to the DI by UPI, AP, and AP Wire Photo Service. The University also benefits from features and editorials contributed daily by nationally syndi- cated columnists Eric Sevareid and.Roscoe Drummond. On Tuesday through Saturday mornings fifty weeks during the year, SUI readers find important daily events on page one, editorials by Editor-in-Chief Jerry Elsea and other columns on page two, society news on the third page, and remaining pages containing sports stories and features. While the seventeen permanent student members of the DI staff handle responsibilities of publication, a fluctuating staff of journalism students perform the reporting, interviewing, copy writing, and other tasks essential for the newspaper. Xi A 3 ,k,,.., . X... ,gf ' . . ft ' re...rsr I ' I I I "v':e.s1-'f - - .f f x 2 ,WM V ' ' ' ., i"',, I f' I P .i.. A I . -iti . 1 , w -:-f 'I HL9'x"?k.C-5l"ig .h , 4,1 JOAN fwoeizsox, city Editor u --fi- Ceorge Easton, Lee Theisen, Nancy Shinn, Larry Prybil, Richard Miller, Michael Maduff, Dale Bc-ntz, L. A, VanDyke, Edward P. Bassett, Leslie Moeller. tudent Publication ,Inc. The purpose of the Board of Trustees of Student Publications, Inc., is to determine the policies of the 'Daily loimm and the HAxic'KEYiZ. It also has the re- sponsibility of appointing their editors and appropriat- ing funds for their publication. The SPI Board consists of four faculty members appointed by SUI President Virgil Hancher, tive stu- dents elected in all-campus elections, and the chair- man, Leslie G. Moeller, Director of the School of journalism. The four ,appointed faculty positions are held by Dr. George Easton, Dean of the College of Dentistry, Edward P. Bassett, Publisher of the Daily lonum and Hixxviufrif, L, A. Van Dyke, professor in the field of education, ancl Dale Bentz, Associate Director of the University Library. The Five elected student members are Nancy Shinn, Larry Pfybil, Rich- ard Miller, and Michael Madutf. LESLIE MOELLER K f i 5' A Z A g Q 4 ai 1 WGS, 'I 0? 55 5 'Z 1 skim v fi 3, . Q ag. 6 5. I 9 - H W2 :I gzzf, 11, .. . , , , vga my A 1 ,,,if', -A-in . 35 ,sw S ' ,pi , - hmm ::':' -wif. L. . yy , N -iw' 4 ,Wig Y """"E"U ws by 1 Q 4" Q if in We W . 2 Q--of .lf MK , . , HF .gifiva SSW N was . hr .,?a4'1a-. 4. S I 1. Q, Q 44 'SL nga, w 5 Cadet Colonel Frank Bauer presents Andie Williams as Honorary Cadet Colonel at the 1063 Military Hall. Military men, too, can swing out ilitary Ball The highlight of the social year for all Army and Air Force students at Iona is the animal Military Ball. This highly festive affair is atended hy Army and Air lforce Cadets and their dates. Together, the cadets in their dashing, highly polished uniforms and their la- dies in striking formal attire create a IHOSI' impressive atmosphere for this event. The highlight of this eve- ning is the crowning of one of the Llniversityls beauties as the Honorary Cadet Colonel. She and her court are chosen hy and voted on by the cadets, Since this is one of the joint activities initiated and enacted by the Army Corps of Cadets and the Air Force XVing of Cadets, the responsihility for the exe- cution of the Military Ball rests with the Deputy Corps Commander, who this year is Cadet Colonel Thomas Davies of the Air Force ROTC. Governor' Day The culmination of weeks of practice drills, inspec- tions, and rehearsals, Covernor's Day traditionally exploits the achievements of Army and Air Force Cadets, the Highlanders and Marching Band. For eighty years the C-overnor and other State and Uni- versity oflicials have reviewed the troops in one of the mass exercises of the year. Last year marked the first time in SUI history that a governor has failed to attend. Mr. Erhe, attending a governors' conference, delegated State Adjutant C-en- eral junior Miller to take his place. The ceremony proceeded in traditional manner-review of the Corps, presentation of awards, and parade of all cadets, the precision color and honor guards, hagpipes and hand. The unofficial tahulations from the stretcher crews reported that twenty-one Army Cadets and seventeen Air Force Cadets were seen leaving ranks head first. ' 'SN 'ti K -ask! K WJ. WW -.15 Ea-I 5 'Q tl g A TC ' . A J A 9, :"' 1 ,f ,t-,-t , ,,,1 ,,e- A . L 'W ing av ' f lib" on - fav X e , 'Q eee. 1 M1 ,. Q 4 'W Ng-3' r Mf,5,i f ,fi Y 'T 4 ,531 et me ,A r - . g , 5 .- 5- -W A N ' 1 .1 1 - so A 5 5' Hg' m , ,fit Advanced Leadersh ip Awards are received hy cadets during Governors Day ceremonies. Adj. Cven. junior F. Miller prepares to review the corps. 209 Cadet Major Cerald T. Gilmore, Corps Adjutant, Cadet Colonel Frank L, Bauer, Corps Commander, Cadet Colonel Thomas D. Davis, Deputy Corps Commander, Cadet Major Jerald N. Jensen. Cadet orp Commander and tail CADET COLONEL FRANK L. BAUER, Corps Commander 2I0 The Reserve Otiicers Training Corps Program at SUI consists of a Brigade of Army Cadets and a Wiimg of Air Force Cadets. The Army Brigade is governed hy the Cadet Brigade Commander and Staff, while the Air Force Wfing is directed hy the Cadet W'ing Com- mander and Staff. The Cadet Corps Commander and Staff are responsible for all standards, activities and policies that are to be enacted jointly hy the Army and the Air Force Cadets, This includes the annual Covernor's Day and the annual Military Ball. Each year the positions of Corps Commander and Deputy Corps Commander are alternated hetween the Army and the Air Force. This year's Cadet Corps Commander is Col. Frank Bauer of the Army ROTC. He is assisted in his duties hy the Deputy Corps Commander, Col. Thomas Davis of the Air Force and the Corps Adjutant, Gerald Cilmore of the Army. ROVV 1: Charles jenkins, John Calhoun, Paul Carlson, Charles Schalon. ROW 2: Orwin Carter, john Thor, Steven Situdt. BRIGADESTAFF The Brigade Commander is in charge of and re- sponsible for all standards, activities, and policies that are to be initiated and enacted by the Army Corps of Cadets during the year. The Brigade Commander this year is Cadet Colonel john Calhoun. He is assisted in his duties by the Brigade Staff which consists of: the Brigade Executive Ofhcer, an Adjutant, an Intelli- gence Officer, an Operations and Training Officer, and a Supply Officer. BATTALION The Army Cadet Brigade is divided into three battalions which function primarily as agencies of the leadership laboratory program. All carry out the or- ders of brigade headquarters. From the battalions, committees are chosen for the Military Ball, Cover- nor's Day, pre-summer camp training, and similar activities. Currently, the battalions are forming a Cadet Code parallel to the West Point Honor Code. ROW l: William Palmer, john Garwood, james Clark, Cary liischer. ROW 2: Larry Seufercr, Robert Richardson, Dennis Ballard, john Bornholdt, ROW 3: john Wficks, XVilliam Brandenberger, Charles Scherrer. ROW! 1: R. Richardson, J. Clark, P. Carlson, C. jenkins, J. Calhoun, F. Bauer, C. Cilmore, J. Wficks, C. Schalon, j. Thor, ROW! 2: R. Seery, L. Seuferer, H. Fleming, J. Robbins, j. Parker, R. Rudman, C. Fischer. ROW' 3: P. Marston, XV. Brandenherger, P. Regan, H. Dickey, j. Schirm, j. Anderson, j. Suiter, WY Palmer. ROW 4: J. Kinnamon, 1. Carwood, W. Castongway, K. Wright, j, Bodey, D. Ballard, D. Franklin, J. Gillette. ARMY SENIUR CADETS These are the men who, upon graduation will re- the basis of demonstrated leadership potential and ceive commissions as second lieutenants in the various proficiency in mental and physical examinations. As branches of the US. Army. Members of the senior part of their training, they spent six weeks in summer class in the advanced ROTC course were selected on camp held at Fort Riley, Kansas, An important phase of ROTC training is the six weeks summer camp at- tended by cadets between their junior and senior years. ROXV I: Ci, Gilmore, F. Bauer, Maj, R. Lutz, H. Boe, P. lirench, j. Anderson, j. Mann, J. Wiclcs. ROW 2: B. Seery, H, Dickey, XV, Brandenherger, L. Seuferer, K. Yeggy, T, Schrunk, D, Siverly, j. Parker, P. Carlson. ROXV 3: j. Kinnamon, P, Marston, j. Sehirm, K. Wfright, B, Bowen, H. Bondi, C, Schalon, O. Carter, ASSOClATl0N 0F THE UNITED STATES ARMY Hawkeye Company, one of more than sixty the mission of the Army. Special activities included R.O.T.C. chapters of the Association of the United building of the float for the Homecoming queens. States Army, was created at S.U.l, in 1961 to increase Cadet Captain Steven Holm presided over the group. the effectiveness of its members in the furtherance of Major Roman J. Lutz is permanent party advisor. Pontoniers The Pontoniers are the SUI student post of the knowledge in the science of military engineering, the National Society of American Military Engineers. development of leadership and good moral qualities, Open to all ROTC cadets interested in military engi- and the development of cadet interest in the engineer- neering, the society aims for the advancement of ing branch of the Army or Air Force. ROW! I: Rohert Richardson, Harry Fleming, W'illiam Palmer, David Topinlca, john Calhoun, Darrell Ferreter. ROXV 2: Marvin Eirnen, Robert Rudman, Tom Sankot, john Hodey, Wfesley Vincent, Wfayne Yarolem. ROXV iz D. Rolland, I jordan, O. Carter, Maj, P, Harm, K. Maher, D, Ballard, D. Franklin, I. Thor, S. Studi, D. Voss. ROXY7 2: I. Gillette, B. Aclterson, C. Scherrer, C Iioyles, XV. King, I. Bornholclt, I. Updegraff, R. Bruning, I Cook, VU. Holtz, K. Cundacker, ROW! 3: K. Hixson, P. Buckingham, R. Waters, j. White, F. Renshaw, R, Miller, H. Russo, I Schafer, I, Iietterley, S. Moore, R. Shuall, S. Cumhiner. ROW! 4: T, Smith, A. Carstensen, T. Putnam, D. Merrifield, A, Thompson, S. Hirsch, R. Hoe, V. Wfoolurns, A. Coe, I. Calvert, Ii. Ruhel. Per hing Rifle Besides heing a niemher in good standing in the National Society, the Iowa Company of the Pershing Rilles performs many services for the University and the community. In the fall, it provides color guards for the football games and the Ilomecoming Parade. Also during the foothall season, Pershing Rifles meni- hers aid WSUI in hroadcasting trallic conditions hy forming a shortwave radio network along the highways leading into Iowa City. During the spring semester, a crack drill team of hasic cadets is trained to particis pate in invitational meets. The team participates in three drill meets, one at the University of Illinois, another at Bradley University and a Regimental Drill meet held at Lincoln, Nehraslta. Miss Karen Maher, the Pershing Rifles' Ilonorary Captain, will participate in the regimental contest which will decide who the new regimental sponsor will he. Tlmt flag gets heavier every game. ROW 1: james Clarlc, Frank Bauer, Charles jenkins, john Calhoun, Gerald Cilmore. ROW 2: Paul Carlson, john Carwood, Charles Schalon, Robert Richardson, john XViclcs. DISTINGUISHED MILITARY STUDENTS To become a Distinguished Military Student, a cadet must be a top ROTC student and be above average in his academic studies. He must also demon- strate initiative and leadership in campus and civic affairs as well as in the military department. These qualifications are determined by the professors of Military Science and the dean of the individual candi- datejs college. ARMY RIFLE TEAM Eight individual and four shoulder-to-shoulder meets were included in the 1962-63 schedule for Army ROTC riflemen, who were coached by Captain james Ferguson and Sgt. Iiirst Class Arthur Hewette. Any cadet in the Brigade is eligible to compete for a position as one of the ten members of the traveling squad of the Army rifle team. Top firers this year were two senior cadets, Frank Bauer and Doug Carlson ROXV l: james Ferguson, Iirank Bauer, Paul Carlson, Dow Voss, Arthur Hewette. ROW! 2: Patrick Buckingham, Richard Smith, Thomas Schrunk, --J, ROW 1: William Stanley, R, Bruce Rankin, Tom Davis, Lt. Col, Roger Manteuffel, john Truax, jay Whita'. ROW 2: Ralph Trimble, james Blommers, james Petersen, Bob Wfhite, Charles Cearhart, ROXV 3: john Jensen, Edward Sear, Neil Schultz, Merwyn Schug, Calvin Roulson. AHIFORCESENIOR Commissions as Second Lieutenants in the US. leave, will spend the next four years on active duty. Air Force Reserve await more than twenty AFROTC As seniors, they have assumed command positions on graduates this year. They can choose hetween three the drill floor and in staff meetings. These responsi- major fields-pilot, navigator, technical, or non-tech- hilities are foundations for future assignments. nical service-and unless granted special educational DISTINGUISHED AIR FORCE STUDENTS The Distinguished Cadet Award is annually pre- an academic standing in the upper one-half of their sented to those senior Air Force Cadets who surpass graduating class, and achieve a standing in the upper all others in the demonstration of outstanding leader- one-half of their summer training unit. Each candi- ship in hoth military and campus activities, maintain date must he approved hy the dean of his college. ROW' la Wfilliam Stanley, Tom Davis, james Blomniers. ROW' '25 james Petersen, Charles Clearhart, Neil Schultz. lslialmaait 2. 3 1 1 .. ROXV 1: D, Cray, T. Bailey, C, Roulson, Capt, A. Lincoln, K. Hrimmer, T. Shaffer, M. Kinsinger, j. Knapp. ROW 2: R. Shafer, M. Callaway, R. Swenka, j. Church, L. Ales, B, Myers, T. Genung, W, Renander, M, McCoy. ROW 3: C, Linhofi, P. Mayer, D, Klumpar, j, Cook, j. Hermann, W. Thompson, R. Wilbanks, C. Dawson, j. Sheerer. BILLY MITC All basic Air Force cadets desiring to enter the Arnold Air Society must first prove their proficiency during a period of pledge training by being in the Billy Mitchell Squadron, Potential Society members HELLSOUADRON are selected by their academic standing and their leadership potential. Each cadet must be sponsored by an advanced corps member. In the past, this unit has consistently won highest Air Force drill honors. AIR FORCE WING STAFF Cadet Col. Richard B. Rankin, Wing Commander, and Cadet Lt. Col. john Truax, Deputy Commander, head the Wing Staff of the Air Force ROTC Detach- ment at SUI. Wing policy and training are deliber- ated in weekly staff meetings with subordinate cadet officers. These subordinates are in charge of the major departments such as operations, personnel, ma- terial, inspection, administration, and transportation of the Air Force Cadet Wing. ROW I: William Stanley, john jensen, Bruce Rankin, Wing Commanderg john Truax, Dept, Wing Commander, Merwyn Schug, Edward Scar. ROXV 2: Calvin Roulson, Bob White, Charles Cearhart, Gerald Bryan, james Peterson, Neil Schultz. ROXW I: Larry Points, john Miller, jim Church, Crant Polk. ROW 2: David Jensen, I3iII Stanley, Kirk Brimmer, Iioh White, Dan Mayer. AIR FORCE RIFLE TEAM Headed hy Lt, Col. Carl Stucki and Staff Sgt. Army Corps meet at Minneapolis. Veteran riflemen Philip Orayhill, the Air Force rifle team is open to leading the team were Larry Points and Williant Stan- all cadets in the Wiitg. Two teams of four members ley, team captain. All expenses are paid hy the each and seven reserves are chosen. The 1962-63 department. schedule of twelve matches included the Fourteenth ROD AND GUN CLUB The Air Iiorce ROTC Rod and Gun Cluh is the Meinhership in this organization is open to anyone first such ROTC sponsored organization in Iowa. enrolled in the Air Force program at SUI. Officers This organization promotes and encourages sportsman- are chosen by election and not hy rank. Major ship in hunting and fishing among its members and Hopkins serves a faculty advisor. the citizens of Iowa. ROW! I: Edward Sear, Tom Davis, Maj. Rohert Hopkins, Bob Wfhite, Charles Cearhart, ROW! 2: Allen Hostetler, jay Wfhite, R, Bruce Rankin, Dennis Vajgrt, Kirk Brimmer, ROW' 5: john Jensen, Calvin Roulson. ROXV l: Ci. Monk, XV. Stanley, T. Hailey, C. Roulson, Capt. A. Lincoln, K. Brimmer, D. Still, J. Shall, J. Jensen. ROW' 2: j. Blonimers, XV. Steele, li. Nash, R. Rockafellow, C. Polk, D. Vajgrt, T. Davis, M. Schug, T. Shaffer, J, Knapp. ROW' 3: R. Shafer, D. Cray, M. Callaway, R. Swenka, j. Church, L. Ales, B. Myers, T. Cenung, XV. Renander, C. Sheerer. ROXW 4: C. Linhofl, M. Kinsinger, R. Mayer, D. Klumpar, j. Cook, j. Hermann, XV. Thompson, R. W'ilhanks, C. Dawson, j. McCoy. ARNOIiD AIR SOClETY Arnold Air Society, a national organization named pate in a program furthering the purposes, traditions, in honor of C-eneral uHap" Arnold, provides cadets and concepts of the USAF. Local Commander is Cal of outstanding leadership potential, scholastic ability, Roulson, who is also in charge of the Society's pledge and military interest with an opportunity to partici- class, the Billy Mitcliell Squadron. FLIGHT INSTRUCTION PROGRAM Advanced AITROTC cadets who have shown an ground school prepare the participants for the final aptitude for flying on their officer tests and have flight. Satisfactory performance entitles a cadet to passed the pilot physical tests, are enrolled in a hasic his private pilotls license and advanced flight instruc- course of Hight instruction in light aircraft. Thirty- tion after graduation. five hours of flying time and thirty-five hours of ROXV I: john Jensen, Lt. fCol. Roger Manteuffel, jay Wfhile. ROXV 'ln Merwyn Schug, R. Bruce Rankin, Neil Schultz, Calvin Roulson. ff l ROXW l: Karen Conltling, Nan johnson, Karen Countryman, Kathy McClure, Mrs. Michael Mikulak. ROXV 2: Mary Bywater, Judy Ferris, Maryann Ruud, julie Carwood, Sally Wichman, Joyce Stoker. ANGEL FLIGHT Angel Flight, newly formed womens auxiliary ro Arnold Air Society at SUI, joined the national or- ganization last fall, Thirty-two memhers participate in AAS functions and service projects with University llospitals, A style show helped raise funds to send A 1 XYf"ith commencement comes a Commission as a 'lnd lieutenant in thc US. Army Reserve. delegates to regional and national conclaves. Ofilicers l are Karen Countryman, Nan johnson, Kathy MC- Clure, and Kim Moline. Mrs. Michael N. Mikulak advises the group. Repeating an old army tradition of pinning the first bar on hcr husband. I ,. if Yykyxyk - ,WMM-.f!'!'f f V- , - V ' ,f -' W Nm- ,, .- I ' , ,..... f I ' my , . L J .uw f Ya 5 P, fi A f QQ 27 .Ji Q., r-M ROXW 1: Linda Davies, Larry Seuferer, Marla Sclaantz, Dave Heck, Kay johnson. ROXV 2: jeHrey Pill, john Niemeyer, ll james Bennett, Ronald Andersen. tudent enate Executive Cabinet 'W A Slllowans vote in mock election sponsored hy the Student Senate for Iowa state oflacials. Chosen in the spring All-Campus elections, the legislators represent campus leadership and advocate many policies throughout the year. These policies are then discussed hy the Student Senate itself and are either discarded, tahled until further information can he gathered, or accepted and put into action. Many new policies it ere accepted this year and put into effect as vvell as operative policies of the past lieing continued, The People to People program and the Collegiate Counsel for the Model United Nations were instigated, uhile the Faculty Evaluation Poll and nioclt elections in November were held again this year. Through the Executive Cahinet's careful planning and consideration, needless discussion of various pro- grams hy the Senate is eliminated and the Senate! valuahle time is spared for more important matters. ROW' l: K. Maher, M. Ruud, L. Davies, M, Ruopp, I.. Bennett, C. Rabe. ROW' 2: B. Early, F. Rauscher, S. Bush, J. Steelman, K. Kushner, S. Reynolds, L. Theisen, S, Whitacre, ROXW 3: S, Cray, E. Olson, L. Krewson, T. Pardun, D. Meridith, R. Sigelman, R. High. STUDENT SENATE SUBCNVIMITTEES Under the able leadership of Mark Schantz, the Several new programs were initiated this year. The Senate put many programs into effect. Student Association for Racial Equality was formed Among these programs were the mock political elec- to send food and clothing to underprivileged Negroes tions held in November, the student book exchange, in Clarksdale, Mississippi. and the Faculty Evaluation Poll. STUDENT SENATE JUDICIARY The purpose of the Student Senate judiciary Board the University parking regulations. If a student re- is to judge cases dealing with parking violations com- ceiving a ticket wishes to appeal his case, he may mitted by University students. notify the Campus Police, who in tu 'n notify the The ticketing function is in the hands of the Cam- Student Senate judiciary of the appeal. pus Police, who are responsible for enforcing all of ROXW 1: Nancy Glenn, Margie Ruopp. ROW! 2: Larry Prybil, Keith Recd, Max Peterson. ROW' lz J. Steelrnan, S. Friczon, K. Bay, l.. Davies, S. Wfatson. RCW' 'lf R. Citchell, R. Pfeder, R. Andersen, M. Schantz, M. Carver, D. Beck, R. lzorden. Project AID Kenyard Smith leads the Old Cold Singers in a spring concert for Project AID. Since its conception in 1961, Project AID has col- lected approximately 310,000 toward its scholarship fund. This money is distributed according to need and academic excellence. Thus far, two scholarships have heen presented, and more are heing considered for the future A portion of this fund is composed of residue class funds for the purpose of long-range loans. The rest has heen collected through various funderaising drives and projects staged throughout the year. Among fund-raising projects this year were a student talent show entitled 'lOperation Snow jobfl a concert by the Qld Cold Singers, a shoe-shine drive, and an all- campus drive and state-wide drive through informative programs presented to various service cluhs throughout Iowa. ikiike Carver served as Commissioner, heading a very successful year. Associated Women tudent Upon registration, every SUI coed becomes a mem- ber of the Associated Wfomen Students. The purpose of AWS is to plan and participate in various activities which will serve the University and community while simultaneously developing the lead' ership of the women of the future. Among the events that are sponsored by AXVS during a school year are the Spinster's Spree, Mothers Day Weekend, University Sing, and Profile Previews. Continuous events during the year are the Foreign Student Dinners and the Red Cross parties at the Veteran's Hospital. In conjunction with Student Sen- ate, AWS coordinates the activities for Orientation Week for the fall and spring semesters. This year AXVS was co-sponsor with the International Center of the Foreign Student Festival in March. OFFICERS President . . . . . . Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer ...... Freshman Council Advisor . . . JAN ARMSTRONG LvN13'r'rE Muizuv . BAIQBARA Dum . CAMMY Rnmss LINDA BETH Cniiiiu ROW 1: S. Whitacre, L. Creed, L. Murdy, J. Armstrong, C. Repass, T, Craflt. ROW 2: K. Christiansen, S. Artz, D. Richardson, A. Howard, D. Calor, N. Bergsten, R. Conwisher, N. Randolph. ROW 3: N. Hakes, N. Files, S. Karr, M. Naibert, S. Lawrence, D. Ziilren, T. Xvalters. Orientation Council ROW 1: Susanne Steif, joan Anderson, Dawn Richardson, Debbie Ziffren, Ann Howard, Kaye Dennis, Mary Bywater. ROW' 21 Sharon Bauer, Linda Creed, Judy Haeiner, Mary Cretzmeyer, Barbara Karl, Susan Artz, Nancy Shinn, Marlene Xvynn. Fre hman ouncil To familiarize the freshman girls on the Llniversity campus with the workings of the Associated Women Students, this organization has a Freshman Council composed of one girl from each housing unit. These girls are elected from their respective housing units on the basis of intelligence, interest, and cooperative ability. The Freshman Council helps with the various AXVS events, and evaluates their effectiveness. They also give suggestions to the judiciary board and to Code ,lor Coeds, and help with the work done on Spinster's Spree, Foreign Festival, Red Cross, and Mother's Day XVeekend. ROW 1: T. Bauer, J. Kent, S, Lawrence, B, Schnede, M. King. ROW 2: K. Kaltenborn, K. Neylan, R, Olson, C, Carlock, C. Rohinett, j. Leggett, J, Countryman, J, Schott. ROW 3: M, Corson, K. Hobbs, A. Apcl, T. Stephens, S. Brown, N, Matthias, K, Hall, M. Love, C. Cox. fu. Profile Previews American Red Cross ROW' 1: Karen Conkling, Sharon Karr, Judy Erickson. ROW' li Linda Creed, Tani Crafft, Sue Reynolds. ROW' 2: ROW' 2: Georgia Fonkcn, Linda Perrin, Judy McClelland, Katherine Hall, Katherine Crenamalt. Shirley Bush. -n-"' sv AL 47 Code for Coeds Personnel Board Carol lngraliam Linda Weiner, Susan Artz, Rolli Klahn, Mindy Baker. Judiciary Foreign Student Committee ROW' I: Cheryl Cox, Linda Krane, Deedcc Caler, Barbara ROW' 1: Marlene Wfynn, Julie Struve, Nancy Files, Carolyn Derr, Nikki Patton, ROW21 Janet Kent, Susan Hunter, Roberts. ROW' 2: Judy .N1cClone, Joan Cunning, Jan Sara Brogan, Brenda Schnede. Bowen. ROXV 1: B. Barer, S. Evans, L. Krane, J. McClone, A. Green, 1. Sanclen, S, Hunter. ROW' 2: D. Lyman, J. Rathjen, K. Crenawalt, H. Clow, S. Hawk, C. Repass, D. Dickinson, S. Mitchell. ROW' 3: S. Hermley, P. Erb, D. Scott, j. Hawkins, j. Peelen, B. Early, lf. Dow. Women' Recreation Association "Thatis a strike, not a sparelii -ttsiftlifef t V Semin e'oi The purposes of the XVomenls Recreation Associa- tion are threefold, They are to stimulate interest and encourage participation among all students at SUI in worthwhile recreational activities, to arrange for suit- able facilities for the recreational program, and to encourage leadership in organized activities. There is a diversity of programs ranging from Social Dance and Orchesis to Field llockey or Stunts and Tumbling Club. All those who participate in intramurals and those who are members in good standing of any of the various clubs are eligible for membership in WIZA, The primary purpose of intramurals is to provide an opportunity for the student to participate in various activities for fun and relaxation. Points are given on the basis of intramural tournament results and a trophy is awarded to the housing unit with the most points at the end of the year. iisiwiziislfJ,iisfiilimw,emfs LM. f 3 1 wig 4 JA iff gf Q Tiff 1 .fy ' - i, 2?lEVEiE?Li11w 'W 55572 if 12e,1.5v,f. F M 1550? l!E,s1e2v"r fm, ' 1. 55535 if Vi iziz5'ifs7' ,QSM fwg 'ML -' -, 1 1 1 ,f fffwhfgffg11ffzw"fZ-' yi ' ' :vii fs 1 - ,' WWW '-.Q gx N f-.at-1 -. , v ,gwilif fWA5Affz,V' fiifflifli., "EYff131i5 rw:g-Wish: Mg:-zg5,51,Q ,V ,gm,Lggvwifimggiiggggggwggi A f miiy, my ,Af f i- . 21 1 ff Qs 4' 5 , ft S Q., i . I .. W 5 k S aww ROW' 1: j, .N1cClune, M. Dixon, M. Haslcctt, S, Fincham, K. Champlin, B. Smith, ROXY7 2: B. Wfilson, C. Kramer, J. Lucas, J. johnson, I.. Hofla, M. Pierce, Miss Clement, C, Capuuch, 1. Smith, M. Griswold, D. Miller. ROW' 3: K. Mayfield, A, Naihert, B. Blough, N, jakulnt, j. Dnwey, H, Hagenah, j, Moeller. SEALS CLUB Seals Club this year again presented a spectacular swimming show on Mutherls Day XY'eel4end, The theme xi as t'Sugar 'n Spice," and the ditlerent num- bers follmved a succession of events in a girls lite frinn infancy through college and career. A special event this year for the Seals was a demon- stration by Beulah Cundling, well-ltiiowii synchro- nized aquatic art sxiinnner. President of Seals Club was Rosalind Taylor. HOME ECGNOMICS Membership in the lrlmne Economics Club is open specifically for Home lfc majors, but also for all other interested students. The club celebrated its Sllth anniversary this year. Other events featured were the annual Baked Bean Dinner, a Spring Banquet, and several lectures. Otlicers of the group were: Carol Porter, president, Holly llann, vice president, Carolyn Reinebach, secretary, Sandy Lyon, treasurer. ROW' lf Nl. Reed, H. Hann, C. Porter, S. l.yun, C. Reinebach, A. Longstreth. ROW' 2: j. Wfathier, F. Kramer, K. Hurley, E. Hurlbut, L. Davies, j. Wfheeler, K. Milcelson. ROW' 3: M. Novak, K. Mikelsun, j. Tnuhill, S. Oehler, S. ldeltcr, M. Parks, j. Bluhme, S. Garner. ROW" -l: I.. Kautz, S. Ericzon, P. Barels, K. Mauer, L. lflohr, C. Clinger, A. Cotter, K. Hillman. Young omon' Chri tion Association Wfith a memhership of over one hundred girls headed hy Mary Moser, the Young XVomen's Chris- tian Association was an especially active and effective service group this year. Functioning in many areas of campus activity, the YXVCA sold Homecoming hadges, conducted a sale of handicraft from India, and sponsored a sale of used hooks, Another important aspect of YXVCA work was the aid given to various hospitals, Some girls were sent to read to patients or to entertain them in other ways, and others were sent to take friendship and under- standing to the psychopathic hospitals. Thus the women of YXVCA indicated their readiness to help others. ln order to create good relations among the Town Wfoinen, the faculty, and the YWCA, the members this year were the hostesses at a Silver Tea held at President Hancher's home. ROXV 1: jane Patterson, jerilyn Olson, Mary Moser, Nancy Anderson Marx Webster ROXV 2 Sheila Slessor Qtephanrc W1lll3U1S Constance Ashford, Nan Randolph Raejean Candle, Sharon Harms jan Oberweis ROW' lz Tom Dodds, Nancy Glenn, Chuck Corwin, Debbie Ziflren, Bob Downer. ROW' 2: Ilarh Wfinick, Nancy liergsten, Larry Prybil, Bernice Doyle, Chuck Dick, Andie W"illiarns, ROW' 3: Doug Larson, jim Piper, Rich Halverson, Hill Fitzsimmons, glared 'lxinklenherg Union Board Union Board members gather to look over publicity pictures for a coming attraction, Union Board consists of sixteen memhers, four of which make up the executive hoard, with the other memhers serving as co-chairmen of the six Union Board Subcommittees. These memhers are either elected hy the students or appointed hy the deans of their respective colleges, as the memhers represent all the colleges in the University. Union Board initiates policies and functions to he carried out during the year and hring to the students such a diversity of programs as poetry readings, hoote- nannies, photographic displays, free Sunday night movies, post-game dances, recreational tournaments, student-faculty discussions, the talent index, and ja:: recordings played weekly in the Music Room of the Union. The executive oflicers this year were: Chuck Cor- win, president, Bob Downer, vice president, Nancy Glenn, secretary, and Tom Dodds, treasurer. 0 0 Union Board ubcommrttee Memhers of the Union Board serve as chairmen for Whit WAS Bela DOWHCVS flels fer l'l0msCefHiUs!7 the six suhcornmittees. These suhcommittees presented many special features during the year. A main event sponsored hy the Special Events Committee was the Harmony Hawks concert pre- sented hy a professional barbership singing group. A harhershop quartet contest was held for SUI groups preceding the concert and final judging was done hy the Harmony Hawlts. A Charles Treger reception and recital was given hy the Fine Arts Committee to welcome Treger. The Big Ten Bowling Tournament was held by the Cvames Committee in April, ln conjunction with the tourney, a queen contest was held, the queen heing chosen hy all the bowlers. The Spotlight Series planned and presented four panel discussions, one of the most popular of which was a lecture on the Cuban Crisis. ROW I: H. Halcomh, R. Trope, C. Repass, J. Stapleton, S. 53. E, i, 1, , I .1 31 .. 5 . N if ,- fx. tu f 1, f Hawk, C. Hyman, S. Bush, Reynolds, B. Karl. ROW 2: S. Nolan K. Maher, L. Krane, P. Duncan, D, Darling, J. Slxalsky, L. Theisen, L. Perrin, j, Haefner, A. Howard. ROW 3: V. Arnold, S Mockridge, l-l. Brisbin, G. Gibson, D. Asinger, K. Conkling, j. Wfeaver, M. Shracler. ROXV 4: L. Crider, D. Sherod, L. Bennett D. Brady, D. Meridilh, L, Connell, B. Lightner, S. Bauer, K. Alliband. ROXV 5: B. Hamilton, D. Hennies, B. Sisler, D. Cates T. Craflt, K. Bay, J, Beecher, K. Kushner, R. Pfefler. ROXV 61 T. Dittmer, D. Harris, R. Baron, L. Travis, J. Dulin, ROW I: Sandi Ericzon, Dave lienda, Lana Borin, Spencer Page, Mary Bywatcr. ROXW 2: Dick Mullarlcy, Nancy Fredrickson, Richard Edler, Ron Moeller, Sandy XY'atson, Nan johnson. rentral Part Committee OFFICERS President . , Svisnciigrz Ilxcsij Vice President . -Ionx DIS'l'ELIIiJIiS'I' Secretary . . LAN.-x BORIS Treasurer . . IDAVE BIENIJA Central Party Committee is selected hy the Com- mittee on Student Life to hring desired and diversified entertainment to the SUI campus. Through an enter- tainment poll conducted during each registration pe- riod, the students indicate their preference for enter- tainment for the coming year. From the results of this poll, CPC attempts to contract the popular choices, and this year brought such outstanding entertainment as the Smothers Brothers for Dad's Day Weekend, Stan Kenton for the Homecoming Dance, Dave Bru- beck, Dame judith Anderson, Carlos Montoya, and the popular singing group, Peter, Paul and Mary. AII performances were complete sell-outs. The committee consists of five seniors, four juniors, and three sophomores. CPC ubcommittee CPC Subcommittee members are chosen on the basis of their enthusiasm and past experience in related areas. The decorations committee designs the backdrops before which all CPC-sponsored entertainment is presented and also decorates the Union for the annual Homecoming Dance. Skits advertising the coming entertainment are presented to the men's housing units by the entertainment committee. This com- mittee is also responsible for conducting the enter- tainment poll. The publicity committee distributes posters and sees that coverage is given on the enter- tainment in student publications. Finally, the tea dur- ing the Homecoming Dance, the annual CPC Banquet, and the programs for the various presentations are the work of the tea and bids committee. As a result of their work on a subcommittee, mem- bers are often chosen to be on the main Central Party Committee. Homecoming Slsllowans swing out to the Kenton "sound ROXV I: S. Westerbeld, D, Ferguson, M. Teegen, M. Ruud, L. Bjornstad, J, Engel, S. Cortimiglia, S. Hyde, M. Cook. ROW! 2 L. Barricks, N. Messer, S. Bush, S. Bauman, J, Bice, S. Brogan, D. Brady, H. Ruston, C, Doclcstader, P. Wfiggins, P. Carlson l Herman. ROW 3: C. Valentine, D. Kovacevicla, B. Park, B, Baron, L. Durbrow, D. Montgomery, C, Meester, A. Davis, j. Bryant B. Fletcher. 235 Dau- Brulwck Qunrlcl ""'hf. W., in www mf,wwaw,ws::vnwbffvfwre9 W, ww-mwrsmfl Cnrluf Xlwnluy A Stan limmn Larlnx Xlflllfflyfl, tamed Flamenco gtntarrwt, pre- f.. Nented the hrft in a series nf mnwical Cnncertf spun- tnrt-tl hy the Central Party Committee. In the mnnthf fnllnxvirrg, SUlowanx packed the Union Lounge tn lixten, laugh and Sing along with ia: master Dave Iirnheck, the Stan Kenton Urchebtraf the :any Smoth- erw Brotl1e1's, and Peter, Paul, and Mary, Tnlksilmgers extraordinaire. ?I jx is If-N ., haw 1 Peter, IJALI1, and Mary Smnthers Brothers 237 Miss SUI Pageant Board The River Room is a hustle of activity as SUI Coeds prepare for the Pageant skits. The selection of Margie Nvalsh as Miss SUI cli- maxed the l'Iome-coming Parade and several weeks of planning and work supervised hy the Miss SUI Pageant Board, This nine-member board is composed of three members each, appointed or elected from the Central Party Committee, Union Board, and the Student Sen- ate. The hoard had charge of all judicial activities, controlled the various committees, and directed the campaigning and voting for the new Miss SUI, Acting as chairman for this year's pageant activities was elohn Distelhorst, This year the Pageant Board restricted the cam- paigning activities of the candidates. The campaigning was limited to skit presentations to the various housing units and photo displays of the candidates, Included in Miss Margie XYfalsh's Court of 1962 were Sharon Bauer, Holly Michaels, Debhie Ziffren, and judy Shimek, ROXV I: Thomas Petersen, Andie Wfilliams, john Distelhorst, Nan johnson, john Diehl, ROXY7 2: Larry Seuferer, Charles Dick, Dave Benda. wlnr a2Lu.g vqzelezzslv ROW 1: Tom Dittmer, Tom Pardun, Dick Chapman, Stan Vcrhoeven, Rich Halverson. ROW 2: Claire Hyman, Carol Ingraham, ,Iudi Skalsky, jean james, Cammy Repass, Heather Brisbin, Sue Hawk. IVl'ss SUI Pageant Committee This year's Miss SUI Pageant Committee was chosen by the Pageant Board in the spring of 1962. The committee's membership was enlarged this year to produce a better and more efficient pageant. Pag- eant Committee worked under the supervision of the Pageant Director, Chuck Corwin. Chuck served as a liaison between the board which determines policy decisions and the committee who carried out the actual work of the pageant. Included in the committee's duties were obtaining gifts for the queen donated by Cedar Rapids and Iowa City merchants, organizing the Union presentation of the candidates, working with ROTC to build a float for the finalists, erecting polling places, and publiciz- ing the total activities surrounding the selection of Miss SUI. The effective performance of this com' mittee enables the pageant to run smoothly. Miss SUI of 14761 on the last night of her reign Miss SUI ami licr .iitundants smilc for plmtograpliurs, wmv Chuck Ciuruin, chairman ui Pagcant Board, lmiks on after crowning Margin XY'alsi1 Ax Miss SUI, SUI 0rientation Council Debbie Zifiren and Hob Citchell, lflol orientation chairmen, discuss the orientation program with the 1963 chairmen, judy Stevens and Dick Ross. The SUI Orientation Council is responsible for the planning and preliminary work that goes into the vast orientation program for the new freshmen and transfer students. Co-chairmen from the council head com- mittees that make arrangements for the events of Orientation XVeek such as Presidents Open House, Activities Open House, and Recreation Night, Mem- bers of the council also plan the Leader Orientation Program and the publicity. Each year the council is organized in the early part of the spring so that the committees may begin to lay the groundwork for their great task in the fall. Head of the council which planned last fall's highly successful Orientation Wfeek were Debbie Ziffren and Bob Citchell. The new co-chairmen for next falls program are Judy Stevens and Dick Ross. ROXV lf Mary Bywater, Judy Haefner, Debbie Ziffren, Robert Citcliell, Barbara Karl, ROXW 2: Nancy Shinn, Arnold Balanofi, Mary Cretzmeyer, Richard Pitner, Dawn Richardson, Susan Artz, ,Ioan Anderson, Richard Ross. ROW 3: Marlene Wfynn, Kaye Dennis, Harold Rabbit, Linda Creed, David Beck, Ann Howard, ROXY7 4: Stephen Gibson, Susanne Stefl, Dennis Kelley, Pete Ptacek, Cary Hedge, Michael New, Wfilliam Lynch, Sharon Bauer. ROW' l: D. Mood, C. Harris, L. Snyder, L. Hardman, I. Sehhen, I., Clark, B. Sayre, Coach R. Holzaepfel. RCW' 2: I.. Peters, R. Laughlin, H. Swanson, I. Holzaepfel, E. Hart, Ii. Cramer, E. Spannaus, C. Grey. ROXV 3: R, Carlson, B. Claerhout, M. Martin, I. Alwarcl, R, High, S, Vlaclt, I. Meier, B. Hardt, H. Freitag, B. Sjostrom, D. Casacly, Adviser, Coach R, Allen. ROXV 4: T. Cromwell, I.. Fruelling, j. jones, H. Schutte, Ii. Boardrnan, H. Clesne, I Roheson, I. Cook, R. Strate. Dolphin Fraternity ROW' 1: Dennis Vokolek, president, George Hery, vice presi- clent. IIOXV 2: Merle Royce, sergeant-at-arms, Ifric Matz, secretary, XViIiiam Buck, treasurer. The Dolphin National Honorary Swimming I7rater- nity was founded at SUI in 1921. There are nou eighteen chapters in universities and colleges through- out the country, The I IO members include swimmers, gymnasts, and others interested in the promotion of competitive aquatic arts. The fraternity annually sponsors the Dolphin Show during Homecoming, the Clutton Contest, Mhen Dol- phins try to outdo each other in eating ice cream, the Dolphin Picnic at City Park, when high school swimmers and eymnasts are entertained, and their spring party, a Luau. Members also participate in the annual clinics held in Arizona for the gyinnasts and in Fort Lauderdale for the swimmers. This years olhcers were: Dennis Vokolek, presi- dent, Cieorge Hery, vice president, Eric Matz, secre- tary, Bill Buck, treasurer, and Merle Royce, sergeant- at-arms. ROXY! I: C, Noble, A. Mood, S, Straluy, V, Allcn, R. Miller, D, Ring, B. Kanter, C, Nclson, R. Hoskinson, ROW 2: L, Baylcs R. Stellar, M. Peterson, J, McGill, E. Larsen, A. Emcrick, j. Easter, B, Nissen, J, Kelley. ROXY7 3: T, Ncstrucl, P, Brandt, T Shcridan, H. Haskins, S. Christensen, R. Bcxtinc, D. Hamilton, R. Berry, j. Raslcy, P. Miller, W, Griffith, L. Harb. Dolphin mcmhurs prow thsir proliciency in other things hc- siclcs swimming during tht- annual Cluttun Contcst. 3 ,dgv ay x 9 s Y X Dolphins perform a trapezc act high above tlic pmwl, The ringing of the gong begins anutlior act. Dolphin Sho Oriental lanterns light a scene from along: the Great Yellow River. ,A-v-rw'-'f4'W"' H WMWWNK ...,,,-- W etwwr' "Y -ug .Q yf,,-mais i fi ww, .Q . ,fg:igq.- .,i M-Qgyiiwefi A ,,,,f5w,4:,, 5. Wt, ..5yiQZ,i..wv S ...ie 3 3 15 Q Wmi iififfi N - J sm: -fungi fwfifjkrngvgg w-145, f,-f A,,,,,g1r?- 5 fz fgfzggiimgggy 3 'Q 3jQ I ws- QW Q Q N1 W' 'y 'ef' M Q Hi "K U Ezfixwl 4 'Q 5 -- 3 Q W mf M 4, .,, ,sexi . Q sp W Y W 34 "' SW 1 S , V L ROW' l: Larry Moon, jan Classman, jeff Pill, Melanie Helm, Heikki joonsar. ROW! 2: Prank Patton, Sharon Bauer, ll james Bennett, Sandi Ericzon, Ned Strain, Sheila Regan. Pep Club Council A huge bonfire highlights the Homecoming pep rally. Under the leadership of President George Slayer, the liawlieye Pep Club underwent drastic changes during the 1962-63 athletic season in order to in- crease, as well as better direct, school spirit. A cheers ing bloc of four hundred and fifty students, fortilied with megaphones and led by chief yell leader Bob Harrington, radiated organized pep and enthusiasm to the rest of the student body and fans, In addition, a reorganization of the cheerleading system itself re- sulted in the appearance of four men cheerleaders plus seven porn pom girls, XVhile the guys concentrated on the yells, the pom pom girls' main duty was to lead songs and entertain the crowd with colorfully syn- chronized routines. llerky the lrlawk, a tradition of past years, also did much to promote SUI pep with his comic antics. Pep Club ubcommittee XVith publicity geared toward "beating the oppoe nent," the various Pep Club subcommittees went into action. The Publicity Committee was headed by Buzzy Blakey, while rotating masters of ceremony conducted the pep rallies before every game. Sue Christianson, at the head of the new School Spirit Committee, initiated several new ideas. Song and cheer sheets were distributed for those unfamiliar with Hawkeye yells, and a cheer contest, offering as a prize two tickets to the Minnesota football game, were other successful attempts directed toward the production of more spirit. In these ways, the School Spirit Committee worked to gain the support of every student on campus, as well as the private citizens of Iowa City. The cheering bloc, led by Heikki loonsar, benefited from the work of all these committees. Head yell leader, Bob Harrington ROW I: Tom Hicklin, Donna Poppen, Dennis Kovaccvich, jane Moser, Dick Montgomery. ROXV 2: Tom Carrimack james Hall Pamela Petersen, Sue Shank, Mary Love, Richard Strauss, Michael Lustgarten, ROXV 3: David Hennies, Larry Bailey john McLane, Dave Virtue, Stephen Dryer, Gerry Meester, Donald Olson. IOWA or lOWA SCOT IISH cotti h Highlander The Scottish Highlanders, SUl's world-renowned organization, is composed of talented lassies with a flair for singing, playing the bagpipes, drumming, and doing the Highland Fling, Bill Adamson, director, and Carolyn Rahe, head drum major, lead this unique group during their opening and half-time performances at home football games. Several new formations were worked out and displayed this year. The Highlanders also entertain at high school assemblies and various organizations such as the American Legion. This year they appeared at the Wfisconsin game doing their famous rendition of the "Donkey Serenade," to the delight of all the Madison fans. The major Highlanders event is the annual initiation banquet held in March, At this time, worthy lassies become permanent memhers and carry on the tradi- tions of the famous Scottish Highlanders. Held aloft by fellow Highlanders, Christie Rasmussen per forms the traditional Drum Dance. ROXV I: B. Frazier, A, Hankins, Combs, D, Vokolelc, R. Kerr, R. Citchcll. ROXV 2: N. Parker, j. Thomas, 1. Cada, R. Trimble, L. Kramer, M. Arkovich, M. Reilly, C-, Reddington, XV. Niedbala. ROW! 3: T. Huff, D, Gardner, D. Mood, H. HoHman, R. Zagar B. Ashton, T. Purcell. ROW' 4: S. Wilkiiison, R. Laughlin, W. Brandenberger, F. Matz, C. Fischer, T. Cromwell, D. Shaw, j. Anderson, F. McCann, B. Sherman. ROW' 5: C. Richards, ul. Mueller, D. Strauss, R. Lee, j. Wfiland, J. Freese, H. Kreamer, R. Letterman' Club jenkins, E. Crosser, M. Carr. Denny Vokolelc accompanies a referee to thc floor before a basketball game. The State University of iowa Lettermens Club is composed of men who have won a major "lu letter in any of the various athletic endeavors. Every sport is represented. ln addition to honoring the University with their outstanding athletic ability, the members of the Lettermen's Club serve the school in many other ways. Wlieii not participating, the men sell programs at home football games and usher at all basketball games. To honor the graduating seniors, the Lettermen's Club sponsors an annual AllASports Banquet, held on the evening of the varsity-alumni spring football game. jerry Hilgenberg, assistant football coach, and Fran- cis X. Cretzmeyer, track coach, advise this group of prominent lowa athletes. The officers were: Dennis Volcolelt, president, Steve Combs, vice president, Roger Kerr, secretary. !,,.. ROWf 1: F. Carter, K, Johnson, J. Niemeyer, P. Placelc, M. Parizelz, D. Cray, If. Olson, P. Vanlrlecl. ROW' 2: Nl. Mattison, J. Ries, K. Neylan, J. Pease, S. Erhe, H. Zieser, M. Brunsl, F Barker, A. Dutcher, J. Jen ell, P. Olsubo. ROW" 3: C. Rueter, S. Iirus, P. Kron, S. Wfhite, WX. McDonald, H. HofIman, T. Brown, I.. Bailey, D, I-Iennies, R. Wfalljasper, K. Turner. ROW' -I. A. Lacis, J. Rohwedder, J. Hanig, H. Pfelier, D. Sht-rod, D. Liddicoat, Nl. Klauer, K. Cunningham, X. Iflanery. ROW' 5: D. Young, D. Hurliman, M. Kinney, C. Crovert, M, Madufi, D. Rodewald, H. Park, R, Shultz, S. Cray, M. Tully, H, Clrunwald, J. McCabe. YOUNG DEMOCRATS The Young Democrats had a busy year, highlighted by elections in which they helped the Johnson County Democrats canvass votes for their candidates, and the winning C-overnor Hughes. Members also heard the Gilmore-Shaff Debate on the Shaff Plan, the Hughes-Smith presentation during their campaign, and a speech by FHA administrator, Sidney Spector, Young Demo activities were climaxed with the annual Spring Picnic. INTERNATIONAL CLUB W"ith almost 60 countries represented by its 110 members, the International Club works to promote inter-cultural activities on the SLII campus. This year it sponsored an American student abroad, worked with the Associated W'omen Students on the Foreign Student Festival and foreign dinners, and had a soccer match with the Grinnell soccer team. The club holds monthly meetings at the International Center. ROW' I: Akilco Umehayashi, Janice Dainton, Judith W'onders. ROW' 2: Katinka Freeve, Inder Khera, Bassem Armaly, Mary Wfilliams. ROW' 3: Cary Wfong, Henry Tieleman, Desmond Collins, Mogus Molla, Cilhert De Couvreur, Robert Johnson. ROXV I: R. Silcma, L. Theisen, G. Krelael, J. Ackerman, l. Ackerman, G. l.amlv, A. XY'escoat, D. Goetz, R. Downer. ROW 2: G Herington, T. Taken, C. Porter, G. Masseiink, M. Nelson, Nl. Teegen, l.. Stock, K. Kohlepp, H. Holmes, K. Meier, R. Klahn. ROXV 3- S. Wfesterlielcl, l. Toohill, M. Tomaselc, li. Reynolds, G. Kiser, XV. Ellis, L. Bailey, S. lclces, P. Meier . ROW! 4: A. Noble, D. Meridith, D. Gartin, P. lluresh, G. Gerlcen, G. Potter, S. Hansen, M. Willcockson, VU. Bushaw, j. Hamilton. ROXV 5: M. Britton, S. Oehler, D. Baughahn, D. Rogers, C. Reinebach, O. lijonerud, ll. Kumpt, S. ldelter, R. lfalb, S. Wfolken, NV Brown. ROW' oz lf. Morain 1 S. liriezon, G. Kisler, S. Hauer, Nl. Patterson, D. XY'illelte, G. Shepard, E. VanDriel. ROW' 7: T. Sheridan, R. Rorchers, D. Simmons D. liclwards, j. Heck, M. Carver, R. Pte-Her, D. llennies, P. Clhristianson, li. l'lamilton, G Goettseh. Young Rep bl'can B. Burger, l. Ackerman, L. Theisen and R. Wfinga, members of the legislative research team for Gong. Schwengel and Sen. Hickenlooper, confer with Profs. Ross and XVright, faculty advisors. Stateewide elections found the SUI Young Repuhlie cans especially active, as they assisted the ,lohnson Republicans in their voter canvassing and cooperated with the county party workers in other activities. Distinguished speakers were featured at their month- ly meetings, including Congressman Fred Schwengel, Governor Norman Erbe, and Lieutenant Governor Wfilliam Mooty. Throughout the year, the 500 mem- bers participated in workshops and committee projects, and enjoyed hayrack rides and picnics. ln the spring, the Young GOP's attended the state and Midwest Young Republicans conventions, where they participated in practical politics with both the college YR's and other Republicans. 1962 oflicers were: llte Ackerman, president, Gandy Lamb, vice president, jan Ackerman, secretary, and Gene Kreltel, treasurer. . , -:v-1. -L , -wig' 24, x , , 'IP . if 1 1 I If 11" X -'f' ' 'E -,,L ,5.',,- ,L ff - 2 , ,.,. 4,5 3 w A 4 mf 3 if - gf fb W 1 V ,V-1, KK. K fi H I - ,, M 5 vii' , ... 5 2 .xg . w . Xa g, ?, M 5 wil' as "' A S QM ,,kL , V "M 3 , Wm 8 ., cw Q Q 2 ' 'ff ,zz ' 5:::.EEs.liE255.'iig,2'i4Q:55::,?ig:':-E55 , ,. M 4 ROXY7 I: D. Cartin, R. Stafford, A. Stafford, XY". Rehmann, R. Latham, R. Sikma, M. Kimzey. ROW7 2: I.. Krewson, D. Zettcrholm M. Cirulis, A. Carstensen, R. Cooper, R. Coghlan, A. Brown, D. Cardwell, I. Morrow. IOWA C0 SERVATIVE During their third year on campus the Iowa Con- ings. Highlights of the year included a lecture on servatives continued working toward their goal of pre- the Cuban situation and several speeches hy conserva- senting the conservative view of politics to SUI stu- tive politicians on the local, state and national levels dents through monthly speakers and hi-monthly meet- Wfilhur Rehmann was president this year. ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA Alpha Kappa Alpha is an international social soror- As social activities on campus, a Che: Nu party ity which participates in and makes contrihutions to: is held in the early fall, a Christmas party is given The American Council on Human Rights, Sickle Cell during the holiday season, and spring hrings a Hawaif Anemia Research, and Scholarship and Foreign Service ian Luau party. Fund. ROW' I: B. Carter, A. Hamilton, C. Ashlorcl, H. Motley, H, Lewis. ROW' 2: H. Penny, If. Ladrey, I Iliornton, C. Starks, I Hardi- man, I Penny. ROW' 1: J. Stevens, S. XY'hitacre, K. Fisher, N. Files, C. Maxwell, j. Erickson. ROXV 2: P. Hewlett, A, Perlman, M. Torode, M. VanderVeer, D, Darling, D. Ziflren, C. lngraham, ROXX7 3: N. Little, j. Stewart, R. Zapf, C. Birch, j. Sorensen, D. Cellert il. Matthias. ROXV -I: M. Shracler, M. Naibert, J. Ackerman, S. Hunter, J. McClelland, P. Croteluschen. WOMAN'S PANHELLENIC ASSOCIATIUN The activities of SUl's 14 sororities are co-ordinated rushing activity. This year Panhellenic Council to- hy Panhellenic Council. Panhellenic Council works to gether with the l.F.C, planned and executed a very encourage good scholarship and to maintain a well- successful Creek Wfeek. halanced extra curicular program. lt also governs all Nancy Files served as president of Panhellenic, JUNl0R PANHELLENIC Presidents from each sorority pledge class compose program was highlighted hy a shoe shine campaign junior Panhellenic Council and serve to develop good where pledges polished shoes at fraternity houses to relations between sororities. earn money for Project Aid. Council activities include a carolling party, speeches President of Alunior Panhellenic was Carolyn Smith. on college life, and hreakfast exchanges. This year's ROXV 1: j, Fee, P. Carlson, M. Harvey, C. Smith, M. Aagesen, C. Sullivan. ROW' 2: L. Barricks, M. Lawlor, K. Thompson, C. Porter, C. Paull, B. Hemenway, A. Kirkpatrick. ROW' lp l.. Theisen, C Dick, J. jones, XV. Ellis, l, Lamson, j. Diehl, I.. Crider, D. Sunleaf, j. Pill. ROW' 2: R, Klinzman, H. lounsar, H. Rabbit, R. Ross, S. Gibson, D. Axeen, S. Van Houten, D. Henda, ll Rauscher. ROW" 3: P. Chevnev, L. Bailey, R, Borden, Il. Swanson, j. Kiple, R, Civen, D. Lehmann, M, Schiavoni, D. Asinger. ROW' 4: li. Kipnes, D. Gilchrist, fl. Hagen, XV, Lynch, ,l. Kinnamon, T. Pardun, B. Cook, D. Edwards, j. Wfohlncr. ROW' 5: li. Levin, R. Ritz, R. Sirowv, D. Hennies, B. Hamilton. T. Stone, Cf. Coettsch, Nl. Carver, R. Pitner. Interiraternit Council OFFICERS President . ,lliFlfRIiY LAMSON Vice President XVILLIAM Ei.L1s Secretary ,Ioim Dniin. Treasurer . JIIROMIS Jouizs As the governing body for the 10 social fraternities at SUI, the lnterfraternity Council directs and controls relationships among fraternities and serves as the sys- tem's representative to the public. The council adminf isters rush, provides enforcement for rules concerning fraternities through the l.l3.C. Court, supervises pledge training and scholarship procedures in the chapters, and organizes social activities which involve all frater- nities. These tasks are accomplished through the twelve committees of the l.l3.C. on which all fraternity men are eligible to serve. The council traditionally sponsors a Leadership XX"orkshop, a Scholarship Banquet, and Creek XVeelt, in co-operation with the Panhellenic Council. As a part of Creek Wfeelt, the LFC Queen is crowned at the Creek XVeek Dance and fraternity leaders are hon- ored at the Leadership Banquet. ROW! 1: L, Rosehrook, C. Shimoda, C. Olson, C. Britton, W. Ellis, D. Cvildner, J. Wfatson. ROXV 2: T. Clark, B. Mnssman, R. Borchcrs, C. Kibler, J. Flanagan, M. Creenhlatt, M. Polen, D. Sinn. ROW 3: C. Bunge, R. Platner, T. Thomas, E. Brown, A. Coe, l.. Krewson, B. Douglas, P. Willis. ROXV 4: D, Kolovat, J. Schwidder, J. Noland, T. Eller, M. Petersen, N. C-ollohitz, J. Steflensen, R. Tiedje. ROW7 5: D. Young, R. Asarch, M. Wfelton, D. Rodewald, H. Haskins, A. Anderson, B. Erickson, C. McMurry, D. Kovacevich. lnterlraternit Pledge Council Master of ceremonies Tad Eller escorts IFPC Queen Nancy Laughlin. The Interfraternity Pledge Council is composed of the president and a representative from each pledge class of the social fraternities. The l.F.C. vice presi- dent and the Assistant Fraternity Affairs Advisor serve as advisors to the lnterfraternity Pledge Council. The council handles problems peculiar to pledges in discussing relationships between pledges and actives, pledge skips, and pledge scholarship. The lnterfraternity Pledge Council sponsors a for- mal dance at which an l.F.P.C. queen is crowned and assists l.l7.C. committees in the preparation of Creek Wfeek and community service projects. This year the l.F.P.C. worked with the l.l7.C. in doing research into pledge training policies of the chapters. The council serves as a useful ground for further work in chapter management and in the l.l7.C. ROW' li jean Howes, Trudy Bradlielcl, Mary Cacciatore, Bonnie Cievre, Karnese Cameron. ROW' 2: Torrey Neill, Sheryl Cron- inga, Ylean Taylor, Fd Spannaus lnterdorm ocial Board UDon't you think its ahout time to sit one out?" The lnterdorm Social Board is composed of nine so- cial chairmen representing the Llniversitys dormitory system. The purpose of the hoard is the co-ordination of social activities for the dormitory residents. At the heginning of the year the hoard arranges mixers herween the mens and women's dorms so that the students may have an opportunity to get acquaint- ed, and throughout the year the hoard sponsors dorm exchanges to further this purpose. The hoard's biggest project of the year is the Inter- dorm Dance. This year it was held March 8. At this dance an Interdorm King and Queen are selected by a vote of all the dormitory residents. An interdorm picnic is also held during the spring. Advisors for the group are .lean Myers and Tom Frith. Ofhcers of the group areq Steve Cuinhiner, Chair- manf Kase Cameron, Secretary. and Mary Cacciatore, Treasurer. gi 4 A F A 1 ,iC' 4 'g,, .5.w, 31,2 , ' 1 E . xr k U' ii' S5 ' sag ,W Bas 1. 'D ,F 2. ,A ,aw ,U iw 3 RICHARD C. BOXVERS DR, JAMES C, RAMSEY Kcolcuk Audubon TOM A. LounEN DR. L. W, SWANSON Fairfield Mason City PRESIDENT, JOHN J. GREER, Spencer J. RAY MURPHY, JR, HENRY H0014 Des Moines Davcnport DR. C. FOSTER DR, JOHN S. CREENLEAF R. P. JuRc:ExsEN RICHARD XV. PIETERSON VV. C, S'ruAR'r Cedar Rapids Iowa City Clinton Council Blufls Cliariton 1 rake. fc The Alumni Association sign points the way to close contact with the University after graduation, Alumni Association The SUI Alumni Association is composed of thou- sands of graduates of the University of Iowa who are located all over the United States, as well as all over the world. It is through the Alumni Association that the SUI graduates work together to support the University. This association is managed by the alumni themselves. The Association publishes a bi-monthly magazine, the Iowa flltmmi Review, which is mailed to every member of the organization. The magazine contains news items about old grads, with a special emphasis placed on accomplishments of different alumni. Iowa graduates feel that this is the best and easiest way to keep in touch with the University and old classmates. Every graduate of each college receives one year of complimentary membership in the Association, After this expires, life memberships are available for a nomi- nal fee. The Class of 1963 will join a company of almost 80,000 graduates of the University of Iowa. The Asso- ciation welcomes these graduates to its ranks and hopes that they will remain loyal to SUI through all the years to come. XA Ng- N l ,V X aj ' Qu-A O Inter-religion Council Citizenship rooted in religion is the sources of the moral strength of America and the peace of the world. The Inter-religious Council at SUI seeks to co-ordinate religious activities, promote an inter-religious under- standing, and develop an open receptiveness for the many facets of religious life on the campus. Under the direction of advisors from the Office of Student Affairs and several churches, these goals have been achieved through various inter-religious programs. This year the radio program "Quest" brought to- gether students of different faiths to discuss various moral issues. A lecture series and participation in the XVorld University Service program have been other effective means in fulfilling its purposes. The Inter-religious Council oflicers and representa- tives work together to plan their various programs. Council members discuss pertinant campus and world issues for XVSUI radio program, "Quest," Everett Klosterman, Paul Seelau, Judith Sulecki, Douglas Rintell, Jolley Conn, Godfrey john. ROW 1: Ii. Page, XW. Seeley, C. Ewing, H. Holmes, R. Calloway, C, Iiarnum. ROW 2: J. Carlson, C. Reinchach, P. Kloclcsiem, I.. Hurteau, S. Trost, J. Scholtz, A. Jlennison. ROW' 3: I Cvlattly, S. jackson, M. Lincoln, C. Herington, D. Statler, D, Moles, ROW 4: C. Smith, B, Brinton, M. Hurst, M. Neal, j. I.ovvrey, I. Huhhard, Smith, KAPPA PHI "Every Nlethodist woman in the university world of today-a leader in the church of tomorrow." W'ith this as their aim, the girls in Kappa Phi work, study, serve others, and worship together. Oliicers of the group are: Carol Ewing, president, Helen Ilolmes, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE The Christian Science College Organization holds a weekly testimony meeting to which everyone is wel- come. These meetings provide opportunities for stu- dents to express their gratitude for Cod's healing truths, and for the application of these truths to lit first vice president, Bonnie Page, second vice president, Wanda Seely, secretary, Carolyn Coon, treasurer, Janice Clattly, Chaplin, ,loyce Carlson, Candle Beam editor. CCLLEGE IIRGANIZATICN every human need. The Organization also sponsors a free puhlic lecture each year for those interested. President of the group this years was Priscilla Dee Brown. ROW! In Metla Moore, Priscilla Brown, Rosalind john, Nancy Fiala. ROW! 2: Rohert Hulhary, Codfrey john, joel Kamp, ROXV lg L. Thurber, S. Montgomery, J. Anderson, M. Russell, L, Dewitt, A. Sewell, L. Merrill, R, Becklofl, B. Smith, L. Cherry. ROXV 2: M. Spring, ,I. Louderback, M. Hulstein, S. Slessor, I Hoppe, K. Long, L, Popenhagen, K. Cvotherg, C. Ressler, A. Haas. ROXV 3: B. Bushaw, C. Cvambs, R. Stroup, I. johnson, H. Skilton, S. Allen, C, Lockhart, T. Bjorge, D. Briar. IOWA CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP The weekly Tuesday night chapter meeting is only one phase of Iowa Christian Fellowshipjs interesting program. This inter-denominational group is national- ly affiliated with Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, organized in 1876. The purpose of the group is to provide Christian fellowship through prayer, Bible study in each dormitory, informative speakers and social activties. Their ideal is to serve Cod in every walk of life. CHRISTUS HOUSE Christus House is a newly organized group composed of thirty-two Lutheran students living together under a corporate discipline. Their college education is sup- plemented hy religious activities which include supper- time discussions, daily worship, and weekly theological seminars. Many other non-resident students also take part in the worship services, come to dinner as guests, and attend seminars. Christus House . 1 .d v , ' W " - 1, W gg--eg. ..?.z.?y,,.wyf, L...A .WHL ..-J... 1 eff-" I I . ROW' I: Judy Levin, Sherri Shulltin, Sue Niernan, Barh Karl, Betty Ann Ahrams, ROW' 2: Gertrude Shor, Sheila Miiler, Sandy Reuben, ROW' 3: Ken Horst, Tohye Hayer, Arnold Halanofi, ROW' -11 jerry Krnckover, lot- Spector, Roh lierricks, Jlody Schaps, Doug Rintell, Pete lieldstein, lfliot Ahrtmi, Dave Belden Hillel Hillel memhers gather for an informal evening of discussion and recreation. A liard-uorking Student Hillel Council can re- flect once again ahout the past succefstul year. Xlifith the constant rise of wtudent enrollment at SUI, the effect on the B'nai Birith llillel lioundation likextiwe was evident. Memhership reached a neu high, and students enthusiastically turned out for Sunday hrunches, dinners, seminarf. Once a week a "Meet the Professor" serie5 and coflee hour xi ere held, while on Saturday afternoons a study group met with Rahhi Sheldon Edwards, director of the B'nai Blrith Hillel Foundation. Ati activity added this year nas Haraltf danini, an Israeli folk dance troup which met weekly. Other highlighw of the year ix ere the Purim Party held in March and the regional convention held at Purdue. The iN1other's Day hanquet is an annual event at which time active Ilillel mernhers are recognized for their work. ewman Club SUl's Neuman Club is a member of the National Newman Club Federation and this year provided a home for more than 350 students. The club's primary purpose is that of filling the religious needs of its members through various educational and social ac- tivities. A weekly lecture series was organized this year pro- viding for such notable speakers as Rabbi Sheldon Edwards. The social whirl started at the club's fall mixer. The group also chartered a bus for their annual trip to the Iowa-Notre Dame football game in South Bend. Coffee and rolls after Mass and Sunday night dinners provided many opportunities for meeting new friends. lnformality was often the keynote as groups frequent- ly gathered around the piano, organized bridge games, or sent the aroma of popcorn wafting throughout the Catholic Student Center. Newman Club members put the finishing touches on their float entry for the Homecoming Parade. My . S.U.l. , g,g,y,,a,,f tw, ROW' 1: K. Hurley, K. Miller, H. Connelly, E. Brimeyer, j. Chiorini, P. Teal, R, Brocka, J. Ries, P. Okubo. ROW 2: N, Flanery, 1. Toohill, M. Gartner, M. Parizek, J. McCabe, M, Parizek, P. Tumelty, R. Walljasper, ROW 3: P, VanHeel, S. Shank, B. Sinovich, C. Davenport, Ct. Meester, C. Ruetcr, P. Seelau. ROXW 4: j, Niemeyer, 1, Engel, P. Kron, K, Neylan, B. Loop, XV. Boardman, M. Petsch, J. Newman, ROW! 5: T. Sankot, D. Zahn, E, Klosterman, j. Connelly, T, Spratt, L. Callas, T. Taken. , ROW l: B. Smith, K. Wheeler, S. Klopping, M. Wfilkinson, S. Wfilkinson. ROW! 2: F. Morain, J. Wfhittemore, B. jacnhs, S. Davis, J. Thomas, L. Holder. ROXV 5: j. Camct, R. jordison, R. Resch, XV. Cunloclf, C. Fields. ROXV 4: D. Tucker, C. Nichols, Uthofi, D. Bruns, C. Davis. ROXV 5: R. Outhouse, J. Shalley, lf, Hahn. Liahona Fellowship The Liahona Fellowship has tried to take seriously stimulated hy programs and notable speakers in many the call of the college student to he both a Christian phases of University study. But not content to leave and a scholar. The Reorganized Church of jesus anything in academic ahstract, the group has striven Christ of Latter Day Saints church group has heen to relate these insights to their role as Christians. CRN G Many take active part in Iowa Citys religious activities. Q l Ef1zi535?f?5 1 -fi if , .6 YW 32 1 , f - fiigisazf I N e IQQ' Symphony conductor james Dixon receives congratulations after a performance. Department of Music A variety of interests and activities are combined within SUl's Department of Music, directed by Ur. Himie Voxman. The schedule of the music major consists of daily classes, practices at East Hall, and possibly student teaching during the junior year, all culminating in graduation. All of this may be fol- lowed by graduate study. Those who earn the Bache- lor of Fine Arts degree in music may become spe- cialists in performance and composition. Many students, often non-music majors, find plea- sure and satisfaction in performing with one of SUl's line vocal or instrumental groups. Tryouts for these groups are usually held in September. Those who are I1Ot so talented have the opportunity during the school year to enjoy the Music Depart- ment's fine choral and instrumental ensembles. A study in concentration. ymphony Band Symphony Band, under the direction of Frederick CI. Ehhs, dispersed its musical activities this year. ln addition to presenting a series of excellent concerts to SUI audiences, the hand took its musical spirit to Chicago and participated in the College Band Directors Cflinic. March winds scattered the hand to various sections of lotta, and many Iowans appreciated the rich musical experience offered to them. Commence- ment exercises hring to a close a formal academic pursuit, hut not without a final performance hy the hand, The variety of talent displayed in the hrass, woodwind, and percussion sections created a concert long to he rememhered hy its listeners. A hranch of this group, the Hawkeye Concert Band, accents the SUI school spirit during the haskethall season. They presented their own concert in April, A saxaphonc quartet rehearsal calls for a lot of air Unlver ity Choru The two maior vocal groups at SUI are the Univer- sity Oratorio Chorus and the SUI Choir, both under the direction of Professor Daniel Moe. Each year these groups present varied programs for enthusiastic listeners. On Novemher H, the 200 memher Oratorio Chorus and the SUI Symphony Or- chestra presented an exciting composition entitled "Song of the Cedar," the music for which was written hy SLll's Philip Bezanson and the text hy lowa poet Paul Engle. Both the Chorus and the 60 memher Choir performed at the annual Christmas Concert, Selections included lgor Stravinsl4y's l'Symphonie oe Psaumesv done hy the Chorus, and presentation hy the Choir of a Bach mass and a musical vesper service hy Mozart. A successful annual Spring Tour of cities and towns in North Central lowa formed a part of the University Choir's busy schedule, and the Easter presentation, featuring the Oratorio Chorus and the Symphony Or- chestra, completed another line season of choral activ- ities. Voice students spend many hours in rehearsal with their accompanist before a recital, Whethcxr an opcratic aria or a folk song, it requires practice, practicc and more practice. ymphon Ilrche tra The State University of Iowa Symphony Orchestra opened its 1962-63 concert season under the baton of ,lames Dixon, Associate Professor of Music. The orchestra's conveyance of the musical freshness in Charles Ives' "Symphony No. 2" highlighted the October program. On a bitter November evening, the crowds filled the Main Lounge of the Iowa Memorial Union to be warmed hy Associate Professor of Music XVilliam Doppman's stirring performance of Rachman- inoi'f's "Piano Concerto No. 3." The closing number of the concert featured the University Chorus and Or- chestra displaying the fine workmanship of Philip Bezanson, professor of music, and Paul Engle, profes- sor of English, in presenting Bezanson's 'LCantata 'Song of the Cedar'.'l The December concert brought forth the University groups welcoming the holiday season with a traditional Yule program. The remain- ing concerts tapped the musical wealth of a variety of composers, thus enriching the listening of the SUI audiences. Heavenly sounds drift through Eastlawn when an SUI harpist holds a practice session. A View from the pcrcussiun section of thc University sym- phony orchcstra in concert at thc Union. Original formations by Director Ebbs and his assistants are performed on the field with perfect precission by the Marching Band. arching Band The physics department no longer has a monopoly on outer space. From their first performance at the University In- duction Ceremony to their final performance of the year, the SUI Marching Band lived up to their fine reputation as one of the top bands in the Big Ten. With Frederick C. Ebbs as director and Thomas Davis as assistant director, the band thrilled not only Iowa fans but was also given an outstanding reception at Bloomington, Indiana. The band once again showed its ability to perform intricate choreography in mass formation. Half-time performances this year included a Berlin Showcase and a repertoire of songs whose titles contained the word Ubluef, Special formations were a king-size game of billiards, a massive folding and unfolding umbrella, and a difficult diamond and bar routine in which half of the band marched at twice the speed of the other half. 0ld Gold inger SLIIVS Music Department can he proud of the famed Qld Cold Singers and their new director, Kenyard Smith, although the 28 singers are all non-music maiors. The Old Cvold Singers gave various concerts for SUI audiences during the year. These included the Ktiss SUI Presentation, a half-hour program on XVSUI radio for Ilomecoming Wfeekend, the Dads Day Luncheon, and a concert in April with the Percussion Ensemhle at the Iowa Memorial Union. They also entertained the College of Education at two Novemher meetings. The Singers were enthusiastically welcomed on tours of Iowa cities, hy clubs in Iowa City, and hy Wfilliam Penn College. Iiolk tunes and spirituals, and also many popular song arrangements, have helped make the Old Cold Singers one of the most-loved entertainment groups at SUI and throughout Iowa. Old Gold singers put on concert to help raise money for Project AID. ROW! 1: Marilyn Collins, Steve Mosher, Muriel Plaster, Bill Buchholtz, Pam Wfienands, David Bye, Joanne Bye, Keith Benson, Sharon Thomas. ROW' 2: Clcnn Shoemaker, Susan Cius, Delray Johnson, Joyce Nielsen, Carmon Slater, Carol Carpenter, Norman Marrah, Shirley Burggraaf, James Morrison, Sue Garner, ROXV 3: Cary Johnson, Janice Cordon, Dick Ashbacker, Malinda Baker, Tom Rieke, Ellen Templeton, Alan Wfhitworth, Linda Thurber, Bruce Pieper. A student steps forward for a closer look at one of the many canvases displayed at the SUI art gallery. Art Department SUI art students use the excellent facilities provided by the University in the Art Building. The building is also used for display purposes. The two galleries have shown several Fine exhibits this year, including a set of prints by Francisco Goya. Une-man shows of the paintings by john Thomas and those of SUIls Profes- sor Byron Burford have also been displayed. Art work produced by students is also displayed in the Iowa Memorial Union. Students do most of their painting, drawing, and forming of clay in the painting and sculptural studios of the Art Building, There are also parts of the building designated for the study of pho- tography, industrial design, and print design. The SUI graduate school, in the field of graphics, has excelled in producing many fine masters in the particular field of fine arts, SUI art students create in stone, plaster, wood and oils, ,. .,7,f ,ME . .,,,,i,a.W.,?gPaERg, v,,?A..AZqQn 5 , W.. .QM f A 5 ky: , , ,. ffwfy . ff,, , E' h ..,.fa,, hmm .gpf2?33?-3?3?figQ3SggnaNi?Qg 55:fjQy:'2LYf,Gi' - mf awww.. A:-snarling 1a-sms wmmanunzamw- e - -mm: pxm ' SUI Theater students hecome professionals in portraying moods and feelings. Drama Department SUI's Dramatic Arts Department maintains its high national rating hy offering excellent instruction in all phases of theatrical production. Director of the Drama Department, Arnold Gillette, and staff guide students in set design, acting principles, and play direction. The University Theatre presents plays with the use of a revolving stage which makes it one of the most mod- ern and hest equipped experimental theater's in Amer- ica. The first three productions were "The Importance of Being E11 nest 1' "The Duchess of Malli,'l and "The Thieepcnny Opera," which was in conjunction with SUI s music department. Studio Theatre's presenta- tions supplement the works of the University Theatre, The scenic simplicity of the Studio provided an imagi' natne haclteuound for the audience in viewing exciting ptitoiinances of "Anatoly and HPIIIIIOIHIIHC IV.'I I 4 t ' - r ri f ' ' - r ,... V I 4 l The art of make-up is not restricted to the female. jack mourns the death of Ulirnestf' The Importance of Being Earne t The University Theater presented Oscar XY'ilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" as its first major production of the year. This delightful 19th Century farce hrought to light the "catastrophe" in the love lives of two Victorian gentlemen, john Wforthing and Algernon Nloncriefl, in not ht-ing christened the name of HErnest.'l George Cunkle and Alex Murray disf played meritorious acting in the roles of john and Algernon respectively and M ere equally supported hy a well Chosen cast. The coinhined worlunanship in set design hy A. S. Gillette and directorship under David C. Schaal con- trihuted to the plays immense success. ,SH ate' , V lg ., 1 eg fm f ,, .,., , C'ecily's knowing eye falls on the prim Gwendolyn, QQ 5 ,Q ,V in W., I . ,,. - 'Ex Q24 , .gy ,K as W V Ng xg of ,HW A X,,.. 4 x sei mul f. if Xkggfhxi M 1 A if + 5 w? 221w ,,,.. E. ., 5 in - 5 :aiu sk, , wwswb M HQ E, Magi ,, wa Q amen- ww-'wif ,W QQ N ? V . sqm X X? 2 I Q 1 iw A . Q Anatol "Annml,l' the first play prcwnrccl by thc Depart- munr uf Speech and Dramatic Arr, is a musical by Twin ,lcmcs nclapicd from tliu ufXllHI0lll play by xxfflllll' Sclmitzlcr. Dircctccl by Sicliicy liricdmrm, rlic play is not really a musical, but uscs the music of ,lncquw Utlunbacb "to expand and dccpcu thc inomlu for the ndvcntures-frivolous and mclzmcboly nlilxc- of the hero Annual, who is playcd by -lolm Qliccfc. Thu performance of HfxIlZ1T0lM vas liighligbrcd by the prcsencc of in writer, Tom Ulrmcs. Anatol puts tbc vivacious Cora under his spcll Cowl-byu to Oystcrsl wlly .Nlichaelx carries uri one of .Xmerica s strung men. Pantomine IV December festivitiew included Studio Theaterk de' lightful pu-Qentatinn nf blames XY, Ctnlwsettl Pantuf mime IV, The "miniature Nlarcel Marceau's" pen fected their pantomime techniques in portraying Such uhjects as a cigarette machine and teaching machine. All artistx were students who animated the imaginative material xxritten hy Dr. C30lISSCH'i. Pantomimicry, a highly respected art among draA matic performances, is based on the timing and precise movements of its talent. MWA Lai' :x www W ,av WY' P' YQ, N V r ,K 6 , 'V ga? n , 'X gi f W44, 3 M' . w - i W F L M 4' M rt" 'WF m.my--- 286 Informality is the keynote in Writers' Wforkshop. f Q 9 rlter Work hop Creative writing is practiced in a relatively new program, called the XWriters' Wforkshop. It is directed by Professor Paul Engle, Members of the Workshop are all on the same level although the program in- cludes faculty members as well as students in the University. A manuscript demonstrating writing abil- ity must be submitted and accepted as a piece of work displaying literary talent before an applicant is ad- mitted to the program. The Xwriters' Workshop acts as a stimulus for the creative writing of poems, plays, and short stories. It gives the writer an opportunity to practice and to explore the field of creative literature, and to assess his or her own talents and to compare them to the work of others, The prospective writer also discovers where his own talents lie as to the writ- ing of poems, plays, or short stories, Through the Writers, Workshop, an instructor or student gains a guided experience in preparing manuscripts of his own thinking, which could very well be publicized. Poetry workshop students meet to discuss their latest endeavors. Q 'WN .ma Eg i bin Lv- age' 'Q QV 1:2 S ,kv an x XY , Am, .iq 35 534 ai, M 9 Qiij Vif HF" 1 4 'F 45" QM I A-!'L4.l H ef M iQf fHw m i , Q' - ii sf, K: 6' . 'i s -v ,, f 6,14 ff Af V 'A M fn! ax,i,ff'ffX w, n , F W xv it fs .gg fl W - . 5 ll -' I Wf.af 177' ' 'f Q -5 will A . w"ZT"'.' A 1,4 'I .ng -. Qgsgifs Yr Q E its N4 su 5 rf . .4 4? Q , 9 Ky nj B 1 E . y . 7 ' 15. 4 E gk i 1 , Mnymmw A V -ulu h L,AL h K L V :W,, ' ...nl Fomssr EVASIIIEVSKI, Director of Athletics ,,."""" Out tanding Athlete rg: W fi ww. in-fu. . M. w f- 1 f r a I ri, V .7 ff' Q -'il.:v -f,"g' f W. :fi,A. - '.........,.,,..,. .. CAPTAIN LARRY FERGUSON, loft halfback X ix ',g,1Ls'lg,fe -fif?:,':?'wpi54Fi, Tigrfifsa 1-,M-1q,?,:'J waxy Ay f, ww f N1ATT SZYKOXVNY, quarterback JIMMY Roucmzs, guard juli RIEIBDINGTON, guard 289 'Imam lynx T-wrxxard Cvfonczr Hmm, allfnmund gymnasl Dlexxls XIUKULIZK, indiviclual mudlcy and bu-aststmkf: swimmer HILL lfluzllu, huldur uf ncv Big Tun taUU-Yard dash rg-C4 -A rm r- 'MSS'--.. Out tanding Athlete M-45,6 'Q TOM Huw, 137 lb. Big Ten Champion ff' HILL HR,xx1nexIsu1zcER, outstanding golfer Co-c:,wTAIx, LANKIE HELLMAN STEVIE XVI1.K1xxrmx, Nu. I tennis singlcs plzxyur in stats 29I ROXY' .M if Mx' -'Q f 1 . Szy ovny, Y. Perkins, A. I-ischer, I. Winston, H. Fisher, Capt. I.. lierguson, R. Turici, D. Perry, R. Kreamcr, I., Lyon, E. McQuiston. ROW 2: Dr. XV. D. Paul, team physician, J. Burns, head coach, L. Hilliard, C. Kasapis, I, MacDonald, R. Sherman, R. Wfchrlc, I., Rogers, C. Fletcher, XV. Niedbala, P. Krause, XV, Hilgenberg, R. l-eZotte, I Buster, manager. ROXV 3: I. Roberts, C. Latta, R. Dougherty, D. Recher, li. Clover, R, Brocavich, R. johnson, L, Horn, I. Rohshaxx, M. Reilly, I Sunseri, R, Flora, asst. SEASON'S RECORD Iowa Oregon State . . Iowa Ohio State Iowa Southern California Iowa Minnesota Iowa Indiana . Iowa Michigan . Iowa Wisccznsiii . Iowa Notre Dame Iowa Purdue . Qin if lf 5 coach, J. Hilgenberg, asst. coach, ROXV 4: H. Piro, asst. coach, T. Moore, asst. freshman coach, L. Williams, W. Rcnander, M Wiese, R, Wfallace, R. Mitchell, J. Ucman, J. DeAntona, B. Wfright, N. Kushner, D. Elhert, D. Cehrke, C, Wfebb, E. Abrons manager. ROW 5: A, liuntrnck, trainer, A. Kodros, asst. coach, L. Pane, manager, P. Deutsch, T. Ciacobazzi, R. Pelsang, J. Price F, Riddle, B. Buclzik, J. Young, C. Friley, V. Davis, R. Crier, W. Smith, XV. Happel, freshman coach, A, MacDonald, asst. coach Tom Moore, freshman coach, Andy MacDonald, hacktield coach, Archie Kodros, Center coach, Jerry Burns, head Coach, Bob Flora, line coach, Jerry Hilgenherg, line coach, Wfhitey Piru, end coach, Bill Happel, freshman Coach. I Cloyd XVebb demonstrates one way to evade Beaver tackle-rs. Football As the 1962 season opened, Iowa fans saw a new version of the Hawkeyes as the team lined up in the new "Floating-T" oflense, instituted by jerry Burns in his second year as head coach, The "Floating-T's" debut was impressive as Iowa scored a 28-8 victory over Oregon State which was led by the eventual Heisman Trophy winner, All-American quarterback Terry Baker. Hope that this might be the Hawkeyes' year faded as Iowa lost a hard-fought game to Southern Califor- nia, which ended the season as the national champion, Five fumbles and two intercepted passes cost the Hawks the game as Southern Cal's fleet halfback Ron Heller scored what emerged as the winning touch- down in the first quarter. Sophomore quarterback Bob Wallace led the Hawks at Indianapolis in the absence of veteran Matt Szykowny, who suffered a knee injury in the Southern Cal game, Iowa was forced to come from behind twice to post the 1-1-10 win as fullback Bill Perkins' Sllfyard scoring run took its place as one of the finest runs of the season. Halfbaek Lonnie Rogers powers through for First down against Oregon State. '11 1' Hifi 4: .ifv fi It's up and over for a touch- down as high-flying Bobby Crier scores for lowa. Bobby Crier's sheer determina- tion gives Hawks valuable yardage despite efforts of two tacklers. as- 'Kiki Football Nlistakes again plagued lotsa against Purdue when the Hawks lost the hall seven times on fumbles and misguided passes. After holding the Boilermakers to a halftime lead, lJurdue's powerful fullhacks ruined lowa in the second half, as Purdue pounded out a Z6-3 win. The hattle with the favored Buckeyes of Ohio State furnished Hawk fans with their biggest thrill of the season. Playing near-perfect football, Iowa launched a 91-yard touchdown drive the second time it got the hall, and gained 243 yards rushing, more than dou- bling the average of previous Buckeye opponents. Vic Davis, soph fullback, emerged as the star and was awarded the game ball after the 28-l-l Hawk victory. Football The next week it was "Dial 'F' for Fumblej' again as Iowa met the top rushing defense in the nation against Minnesota, It was a typical, hard-fought Big Ten game, but the Colden Gophers retained possession of Floyd of Rosedale with a I0-0 win, Captain Larry Ferguson took the lead as the Hawks downed Michigan, 28-14, in the last home appearance of 1962, Fergy gained 153 yards and Paul Krause posted the longest run of the season, an 82-yard punt return for a score. The game was not won until the Final minutes of the game when Iowa marched 76 yards with Samlnie Harris scoring on a 47-yard pass play from Szykowny. Hard-driving fullback Bill Perkins gains a few K'easy" yards as he swings around end and finds the field open. Football At South Bend, the Hawks were out-played by the Fighting Irish and their quarterback Daryle Lainonica, who raced to a 35-12 win leaving Iowa with a -l-5 record, its first losing season since 1955, Lalnonica alone gained 229 yards, 44 more than Iowa's total. Ar the annual banquet following the season, several Hawkeyes were honored. Larry Ferguson, who served as captain during the long and hard-fought season, was named Most Valuable Player on the 1962 squad. Fergy, who signed a contract with the Detroit Lions, was the leading Iowa rusher with 5-17 yards in 113 carries and was top scorer with 18 points. Paul Krause, who played the "floater" position in the new offense, and Wfally Hilgenberg, outstanding junior guard, were named to serve as 1963 co-captains. Lynn Lyon, big senior end from Clinton, received two awards. Lyon, who had a 3.23 grade point aver- age in pre-med, was given the Forest Evashevski Award which goes to the letterinan with the highest average, and also the Iowa Award presented to the player contributing the most to the team as selected by the Hawkeye coaching staff. Cheering Iowa fans are an integral part of every game. ......A..i. Andy Hankins drives in for a hasket against Ohio Uni- versity as teammate jerry Messick follows. Iowa forward Dave Roach finds himself bottled up under the basket as two Hoosiers try to hinder Roaclrs lifpoint performance. Ba ketball Sharm SCIICLICYIHHIIIS Hawkeye cagers opened the 1962-63 season with a 61-57 upset win over Evans- ville as sophomore guard ,limniy Rodgers scored I8 points in his first collegiate competition. Iowa then defeated Ohio University and lost to St. Louis and Clemson in non-conference games before entering holiday tournament competition. In the Kentucky Invitational Tournament, the Ilawks were defeated hy Kentucky, 9-I-69, and Ore- gon State, ol-55. Advancing on to the Far Xvest Classic, Iowa earned the runner-up spot hy scoring wins over Arizona and Qreeon, hut again losing to the lieavers in the championship game. The Ilawkeyes fell to Illinois, 85-To, in the opening conference game at Iowa City. Dave Roach, 6-5 iun- ior form ard, took over the top scoring spot which had heen dominated hy Rodgers during the first half of the season. Roach scored 20 points against the Illini and led Iona's scoring throughout the conference season. ROW l: Andy Hankins, jim McAndrew, Tom Purcell, jim Freese, jimmy Rodgers, Mike Carver. ROW 2: Marvin Arkovich Sr. Mgr., Dick Schultz, Asst. Coach, Bill Skea, Don Faes, jerry Messick, Douglas Mchlhaus. ROW 3: Bob Gebhard, Dave Roach, Mike Denoma, Dick Shaw, Lewis McMeen, joe Redclington, Sharm Scheuerman, Head Coach. Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa SEASON'S RECORD Evansville . St, Louis . . Ohio University Clemson . . Kentucky Invitational Tournament . . . . . 69 Kentucky . . . . 55 Oregon State . Far West Classic Arizona Oregon . . . Oregon State . vkllfvk Illinois . Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa 67 58 64 81 60 68 66 73 71 70 70 66 69 69 Michigan . Minnesota . . Wisconsin . . Ohio State . . Michigan State Loyola . . . Northwestern . Purdue . . . Indiana . . Ohio State . . Michigan . . Northwestern . Wisconsin . . Illinois . Terry Lyon . 88 . 83 . 56 74 ..59 . 86 . . 65 . 64 . 72 . 83 . 78 . . 76 . 75 . 73 ....,-1-M-...M-4'-' ,M,,..,---A I,LlI'CILlCIS Iioh Ilnrkhiser is stunned as referee points an accusing finger al him while Iowas Yloe Reddinglon heads for the free throw line. Ba ketball Nlichiganl all-conference center, sophomore Bill Ilnntin, gave the Xyolyerines the winning edge over Iowa the next week as he poured in 34 points to lead Michigan to an 88-67 victory. In a nationlly televised game at Minneapolis, the Gophers handed the Ilawk- eyes an 83-58 victory hefore the Hawks returned to Iowa City to launch a live-game conference winning streak with a 64-io victory over NY'isconsin, The 81-7-I win over Ohio States Buckeyes was the higgest one of the season for Iowa players and fans. After losing to the Bucks hy narrow margins for the last three years, the Hawks, who trailed hy seven at half- time, rallied to the cause with the come-front-hehind victory. Andy Hankins came off the hench to lead the Hawks with 22 points, Aloe Reddington followed with 21 and Roach with 19. Ohio State's All-American Gary Bradds was held to 26 points, five helow his conference-leading average. Afterwards, Captain Red- dington spoke for the whole team, "It sure was nice to heat the Bucks after three long years of losing to them." jerry Messick finds that his Iv feet, 8 inches come in handy as he takes the hall from jimmy RayI's fingertips in Iowas heart-hreaking 72-7l loss to Indiana. Hill Skea rescues a rebound from Dave Roach in a game against Ohio. Andy Hanlfins, who came in from the bench to aid many Iowa victories, Qcores lay-up against Indiana. The Min over the Buckeyes was folloxx ed hy deleatx of Michigan State, 60-59g a double overtime win over Northwesztern, oo-65g and a 73-64 victory over Purdue hefore the Hawlv lost a hearthrealxer in the final Nec- onds to Indiana, 71-71, Ar Columbus, the Buckeyes avenged their earlier loss, scoring an 83-70 win over lowa ae Bradds hir -Hi points, The four closing games, all except one on the road, proved disastrous for iowa as it dropped all four games and finished the Big Ten race with a 5-PJ record for eighth place. Ir was the lowest finish for the Hawk cagers in Scheuermank live seasons ae coach. ...anim ,..-1 ...lk ...,a-f" i , ,,. Ba ketball Ilhnon Clnnnud ll Fhnru ol tht' coiiluruiicti titlu, hnt Iowa had its own outstanding "Illini," Roach, from Pincltnt-yvillc, Tinishcd 215 tht top wcorcr for tht' Hrmlt- qw with it I2-point per gains nvcmgc and rnnkcd 12th :nnong confcrcncu scorers, Thu Franklin Park fophoinotc, Rodgt-is, uns tnnncr-up in tht- Ioxxn scor- ing race with an Ill nvetngc, and ,lctty Mcswick, 6-8 Center from XVood River, who was third top scorer nnd collcctcd IDI rebounds, uns honored hy his teammates nt thc annual :twnrd hnnquct as the squad! hlost Valu- able, Andy Hankins, 6-U junior froin XXIZIIIIKCQIZIII, Wm elected captain of the 1963-6-I cngcrf. dA,,.w f i With tinguis qznswtl .ind t-vu ,t.- ggi , ' L ' th Tlireu Hawltcycs, Daw Roach, ,lim my Rodgers H53 and Doug Muhl haus Kpartly hicltlt-nl, xxait lo cap turn rebound against the Boilrr rnalwrs. hnclu hut team In xictory. Zi - - L' hall, nn SUI poin porn Two prep fans take advantage of one of the extras at Hawk- eye cage games. Ba ketball Alter the Iowa Cagersi eighth place finish in the con- ference, their worst linish since Scheuernian hecanie coach, Scheuernian looked ahead to the l9o3fo-I team with high hopes. The Hawkeyes lost only two start- ers through graduation, ,loc Reddington and ,lerry Messick. Returning starters are play-maker Rodgers, who earned honorahle mention in the all-Big Ten se- lections, scoring leader Roach and Fred Riddle, foot- hall quarterhack who earned a starting hack-Court po- sition in haskethall. Andy Hankins will he hack to thrill Iowa fans with his hall handling, drihhling and sharp shooting, and Terry Lyon, a junior transfer just hitting his pace at the end of the 196163 season, will he hack at forward. Freshman coaches Cary Loren: and ,lim Deyo had one of the hest freshman squads in years led hy George Peeples of Ecourse, Mich., and Iowa all-Staters Ed Bastian and ,loel lessen. lowas leading scorer in eonferenee play, Dave Roach 1259, is all alone as he goes in for .1 lay-up in the Hawks' T3-li-l win mer Purdue i L. - 'Bwr i W Y ow W I' ,Xowl 'w,f 'UWQK WA f A f I -. go E g A, H , it , I B t0 WA 30W W4 low viwtl 304 Ba And another ball is lost over the fence as the Hawks get ready for opening day, eball The Hawkeye nine launched their 31-game season April 5 against Westerii Illinois, hoping for a higher finish in the conference than last yearis seventh place, The Hawks played series against Western Illinois, Bradley, Luther, Minnesota and Michigan, then, as the league moved into the final stretch, Iowa met Indiana, Ohio State, Northwestern, Wfisconsin, Purdue and Illinois. The team's strongest department was hitting where the Hawks were able to match any Big Ten challenger. Lack of depth on the mound was Iowals biggest prob- lem, and the development of the pitching staff was the one thing which determined the Hawks' finish in the league. Iowa fielded a strong threesome of all-around ath' letes in the outfield-co-captain ,Ioe Reddington, also a basketball player, and Bob Sherman and 1962 Most Valuable Player Paul Krause, both of football fante. At catcher, the Hawks had junior jim Freese, at first base, Dick Lee, at second, Matt Szykowny, at shortstop, co-captain Ron Isler, and at third, Bill Nied- bala. jack Wilatid and Dale Miner were rated as the top pitchers and backed up by Carl Brunst, Doug Wfinders and jim McAndrews. f'Mf .. f The stands are full as lowals lcad-off man walks up to the plate to open the Hawlfeyc's 1963 season The catcher waits in vain as the hard- hitting Hawkeyes npcpperj' the ball dur- ing practice sessions. Larry Kramcr, Cary Hollingsworth and jim Ashton load the two-milcrs past thc stands in the indoor dis- tance event. Hawkeyes Cary Hollingsworth U05 and Bill Frazicr 1083 get off to a fast start in the 600-yard run against Wfisconsin Track lowa's indoor track team won live of ten events and hroke three conference records to win the Big Ten ln- door Crown for the first time in 3-l years, hilt some of the luster faded when Michigan was awarded a tie for the title after review of the meet films two weeks after the contest. Captain Roger Kerr set the pace for the llawk thin- clads with a record-hreaking time of l :IO in the 600- yard run. Kerr also anchored the mile relay team Cliary Richards, Scott Rocker, Cary Hollingsworth, Kerrj which went the distance in 31147 hreaking the old conference mark hy two seconds. junior Bill Frazier, ranked eighth among world half-milers after being timed at 1:-18.1 in the 1962 National AAU championships, set a new Big Ten record of l :5l.8 in the 880-yard run. Other First place winners were Cary Fischer in the mile run and Cary Hollingsworth in the -HO-yard dash, Coach Francis Cretzmeyers team moved outdoors April IU when it went to Oklahoma for two days training before opening the outdoor season April I2 with the Oklahoma Relays. The Hawks competed in the Kansas Relays, then returned to Des Moines to run in the Drake Relays. lowa IHCT NVisconsin and Ohio State hefore competing in the Big Ten meet, then battled lvlinnesota in preparation for the Central Col- legiates and NCAA finals. Hawkeye john Kolh is on on an eientfwinning indoor broad jump, ROW! I: Lee XX'alker, Norm Maske, jim Ashton, Larry Kramer, George Clarke, john Thomas, Don Gardner. ROW' 'lg Coach Francis Cretzmeyer, Dennis Briggs, Charles Smith, Wfes Sidney, Scott Rocker, Bill Frazier, john Fletcher, john Kolb, Ralph Trimble, Bill Ashton. ROW' 3: Cary Fischer, jack Price, Roger Kerr, jim Brye, jim Piper, Cary Richards, Cary Hollingsworth, if-seam ROW I: Steve Drish, joe Roos, lack Sebben, George Hery, Glenn Gailis, ROW 2: Asst, Coach Bill Buck, Bob Schmidt, Bob Swanson, Russ Porterfield, Brian Hardt, Pete Drozdowicz, Keith Spaulding, Bill Sayre, Coach Dick Holzaephel. G mna tic Pete Drozdowicz concentrates on doing a good job in the sidehorse competition. Three Iowa gymnasts performed the most spectac- ular feat of the entire 1962-1963 sports season. Coach Dick Holzaepfel entered only four men in the NCAA finals-joe Roos, Glenn Gailis, Bill Sayre and George Hery. Roos failed to qualify in the semifinals and Gailis, Sayre and Henry, competing against other ten- man squads, gave the Hawkeyes a third place finish, Iowa's highest in history. Hery was the top finisher for the Hawks with a third place in trampoline. He was fourth in the long horse and seventh in floor exercise. Gailis placed eighth in all-around competition and tenth in the high har, while Sayre finished fifth in tumbling and ninth on the trampoline. Iowa finished the season with an 8-2 mark and placed second behind Michigan in the Big Ten finals. The Hawks won over Mankato State, Indiana, Michi- gan State, Illinois, Nebraska, Illinois of Chicago, Wfis- consin and Minnesota. Southern Illinois and Michigan were the only teams that scored victories over Iowa. Gailis, a sophomore from Elmhurst, Ill., was the sensation of the year as he led Hawkeye scoring with his all-around performances. Other outstanding soph- omores on the team which had only two seniors, Boh Schmidt and Russ Porterheld, were Sayre, Steve Drish, Pete Drozdowicz, Brian Hardt and ,lack Sehhin. Sophomore standout Glenn Cailis in one of his performances on thc still rings 5 Cailis, an all-around gyrnnast, L-ar points for Iowa on the parallel liars. FRESHMAN SXVINMVIINC TFANI-V ROW' I: Hill Kantcr, Curry McGill, Ralph Bcxtinc, Mike Pcterscn, Stel- lun Christensen, Robert Rikur, Tom Ncstrudc, Don Casady, asst. coachg Hob Allen, coach, ROW 2: Huh Hall, Chuck Huffman, Will-y Crifl hth. Wl Lack of depth was one factor which led to the Hawkeye swimming team's U-8 record for the season. Coach Bob Allen had to rely on his consistent point- getters, Dennis Vokolek, Ralph Laughlin and jim Cook, who were forced to compete in events other than their specialties. Indiana, Nebraska, Michigan State, Minnesota, Illinois, Northwestern, Purdue and Wfisconsin defeated Iowa. The closest contest was with Purdue when the meet was not decided until the last race, Sophomore diver Michel LeVois surprised the coach by developing into one of Iowals most consistent per- formers. LeVois finished llth in three-meter diving and tenth in low board competition at the Big Ten finals while his diving counterpart, jim Robbins, fin- ished tenth in the three-meter and 12th in the low board. The 400-yard medley relay team of jim Cook, Dennis Vololek, Bill Sjostrom and Harvey Schutte Hnished ninth and Craig Nichols, john jones, Schutte and Laughlin teamed up to give Iowa tenth in the 100- yard free style relay. The Hawkeyes finished ninth in the standings ahead of Illinois. Looking forward to next season, Allen cited LeVois, Cary Crey, who competes in the individual medley, and butterfllyer Sjostrom as the top sophomores. Three freshmen-Ron Berry, Mike Peterson and Ralph Berkstein-will be welcome additions to the varsity squad. VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM-ROW l: jim Cook, Ctary Vokolek, Eric Matz, jim Robbins, Dale Mode, Bill Sjostrom. ton, assi. coach, :Swimmers on your marks, ready, go!'i Cvray, Bill Cramer. ROXV 2: Lee Peters, Tom Cromwell, Dennis ROW 3: Robert Allen, coachg Don Casady, asst. coach, Reggie Egger- -S DEPT, " , r ft vn- ROXV lg Charles Freyermuth, Bill Fuller, Norm Parker, Tom Huff, joe Greenlee. ROXV 9: Asst, Coach Ralph Rieks, jay Roberts, Dave Kohl, Ken johnson, Steve Comhs, Roger Schilling, Coach Dave Nfcfiltiskey, W ting 3l2 Roger Schilling is declared a o-2 winner over Badger Duff Brace in I77-pound match. Dave McCuskey's Hawkeye wrestlers finished the dual meet season with an 8--f record, losing only to Qklahoma, Oklahoma State, Michigan and Michigan State. lowa scored wins over lllinois, Qhio State, Wfisconsin, Northwestern, Minnesota, Indiana and Purdue as it posted an 8-2 mark in conference compe- rition. The defending Big Ten champion Hawks were heat- en Ollt hy the XVolverines in the conference finals as Michigan finished with 52 points compared to lowa's 42. Two seniors, Tom fluff, 137-pounder, and Steve Comhs, 167-pounder, claimed Big Ten crowns in their classes, Huff pinned Ohio State's joe Piccioni in the title match and was named the outstanding wrestler of the meet hy the conference coaches and officials. Comhs defeated Bill Roy of Illinois, 9-1, to capture the 167-pound title, Norm Parker, wrestling at 130- pounds, was undefeated during the regular season, hut an untimely shoulder Separation forced him to default in the conference championships. In the NCAA finals, the llawks hrought home eighth place, hut no national champions. Huff and Comhs advanced to the title matches, then lost and had to he satisfied with second hest. lluff lost to Bill llotson of State College of lowa, 3-2, in an overtime match, and Comhs was heaten, 3-2, hy Pittshiirglrs ,lim llarrison. Iowrfs Bill Fullcr is dccisicmcd, 4-2, by W,iSClJI1SiI1yS Dave Krcidcr in thu last RU sc-Conds of 123-pound battlu. Inm .1 Wu-sllur' Tom Huff gots UH lu A had Qlarl, but ch-feats YurLl1xx'ustcrl1's Run Risncr, 8-I, IH a I37-pound Clash 4 an l""", W QQL N 4,-f ROW I: R. Citchell, D. Allcn, D. Lister, D, Kauntz, R, Cunderson, J. Berggren, B. Thompson, W. Marthens, F. Retman, A. Pecha- cek. ROW 2: Coach C. Zwiencr, T. Dalton, C. Gardner, T, Bair, H. Knudten, M. DeVoe, XV, Jensen, J. Mueller, M. O'Conner, XV. Brandenberger, S. Miller, D. Wilson. ,uw ,. Spring came, and the golf team immediately invaded Fink- bine for some pre-season practices. 0 If Coach Chuck Zwiener's golf squad, paced by five lettermen, attempted to improve Hawkeye golf for- tunes, after the 4-9-1 dual meet record last year which left Iowa in the Big Ten cellar. The Hawks opened competition in the Midwest ln- vitational April 13, and met Minnesota, Wisconsin, Northwestern, Northern Illinois, Missouri and Notre Dame during the season before entering the Big Ten championships and the NCAA finals. Veteran golfers were Bill Brandenberger, Bob Citch- ell and jim Mueller and last year's leaders, Mark De- Voe and Herb Kundten, jr. juniors Howard Bair, state ,lunior College champion, and Don Allen, who had much tournament experience, were expected to turn in good games. Zwiener expected some help from the sophomores on his larger-than-usual 18-man varsity squad. Rated as top sophomores were: Dave Kautz, No. 1 player on Muscatine's state championship team in 1961, john Berggren, veteran of the National junior Chamber of Conference Tournament, Roger Cunderson, with a good junior tournament record, and Bruce Thompson. 2,15- wg-F' :1 J. I -. Xe , -, . : 'Y fit if .WARM john Klaus, Theron Bailey, Mike Kinsinger, The Hawkeye fencing team, under new coach jim Wliite, finished with a dismal 0'9 record for the sea' son, but Coach White, who has expressed his hope to strengthen Iowa's fencing program, looked upon the 1962-63 season as a building year. The Hawks lost to Indiana, Notre Dame, Michigan State, Wiscorisin, Detroit, Illinois, Wayne State, University of Chicago Hawkeye fencers have a warm-up match before entering competition. XQ ,,, ' If M W ,515 V ,v,,, ee., Y X .. 'f f . Q NXTKN. 5 Lance Hellman, Cone Johannes, Ed Koc, I and Ohio State. Iowa placed fifth in the six-team Big Ten meet, edging Indiana. Lack of numbers handicapped the Hawkeyes as they were forced to forfeit three points in every meet. This proved decisive in four contests which Iowa lost by only one or two points. 3:5 , I ROW I: Denny Ellertson, Ken Wright, Mike Schiavoni, Gary Fletcher, Dick Riley, Elliot Abrons. ROW 2: Bob Gallagher, Herb Hoffman, Dave Strauss, Marc Mears, Pat Regan, john Ebert, Ed Vrzal, Steve Wilkinson, john Svarups, Arden Stokstad, Coach Don Klotz. Tenni lowa tennis players opened the season by defeating Chicago and Marquette, each by a 9-0 score, and losing to Northwestern, 8-1, in an indoor meet in Chicago. Four lettermen led the Hawkeyes-Steve Wilkinson, the state's top-ranked singles player, and juniors Dave Strauss, Denny Ellertson and Dick Riley. Coach Don Klotz also counted on high finishes from top sopho- mores Ken Wfright and Marc Mears along with Mike Schiovani, Ed Vrzal, Elliot Abrons and Cary Fletcher. C-rim determination while waiting for the ball. 3 . N s, 1, 4. ROW l: Larry Kramer, Lee Walker, Norm Maske. ROW! 2: Coach Francis Cretzmeyer, Ralph Trimble, George Clarke, Cary Fischer, jim Ashton, Bill Frazier, Assistant Coach Bill Ashton. Cross Countr The cross country team extended its dual meet win- ning streak to 14 as the Hawks were again unde- feated in four dual meets. Iowa posted an opening 20-37 win over lllinois, followed by a 23-32 victory over Wisconsin. The Hawks then downed the Air Force Academy, 16-39, and Minnesota, 20-36. The Hawkeyes, defending Big Ten champion, placed sec- ond behind Michigan State in the 1962 conference meet at lowa City. The Hawks finished 13th in the National Collegiate meet. Larry Kramer, Iowa star harrier, turns on the speed near the end of the race to sprint ahead. 3 PM 'M 4 al' xfq Q 9 -E a JR .1- i. it ia I Agffmrwfggw is N14 Say. Mug! 'D hah 'Qfon thou Q61aQt gimd Messing and llomon and pfraiscz Qu the daughtens and some ogg QM Qofldf' f 3 qkiiqg 1 if I , V V mi ' .315-4' ,I Q vm' Y .1 if WH-1 ' 2 A J l A 1-me A Q iw: ask, was-. - w.,,i Pres. Hancher is presented with a 1962 Homecoming hadge honoring the SUI Marching Band as Band Director Fred Ehbs looks on. P C .de t llflIlCllCl' Virgil M. Ilancher was appointed President of the State University of Iowa in May of 1940 and as- sumed his duties on the first of November that same year. President Hancher is an alumnus of the Uni- versity and was graduated Phi Beta Kappa. President Hancher is a prominent figure in various national organizations, as well as throughout the state of Iowa. He was appointed to the College of Electors of New York Universityls Hall of Fame in 1949, and in 1953 was named to a new advisory committee of the National Science Foundation. He is a past presi- dent of both the National Association of State Univer- sities and of the State University Association. In 1959, he served as a member of the United States delegation to the 14th General Assembly of the United Nations. Also, President Hancher is currently serving or has served on the Chicago Bar Association, Masonic Lodge, American Legion, Newcomen Society of Eng- land, Rotary, and the University Cluh of Xlifashington, DC. President Hancher has announced his intention of retiring in 1964, after having served in his present capacity for 24 years. This portrait, which hangs in the Union, was presented to the University by the Alumni Association. Administrative Oiiicers Provost Harvey H. Davis, former vice president of Ohio State University and past Dean of Iowajs Graduate College, was ap- pointed to his present post in 1950, giving him administrative power in the Presidentis absence. Allin W. Dakin, president of the Iowa As- sociation of United Nations, has been admin- istrative dean and assistant to the President since 1944. He received his AB and MA de- grees from SUI and his MBA from Harvard. M. L. Huit has been Dean of Students since 1956. He serves as president of Tri- angle Club, province deputy for Omicron Delta Kapp, director of the Office of Student Affairs, and advisor to the Student Senate. Elwin T. jolliffe has been vice president of Business and Finance since 1958. In this capacity, he is responsible to the President for all of the business and Financial affairs of SUI. Ted McCarrel is Dean of the Division of Student Services. He served as Registrar from 1946 to 1961 and is a past president of the American Association of Collegiate Regis- trars and Administration Qfificers. Robert F. Ray heads the Institute of Public Affairs and is also Dean of the Division of Special Services. This agency acts as a re- search-service link between SUI and public officials in government units. Donald E. Rhoades, Registrar and Director of Admis- sions, Convocations, and Public Events, is responsible for graduation, class schedules, and orientation. Other Admini Director of the School of Religion, Robert Michaelson devotes much of his time to youth groups. He also teaches several courses in religion. Arthur Mittman, Director of Examinations and Test- ing Service, has been at SUI since the Fall of 1956, and has served in his present capacity since 1958. trator Along with his administrative duties as Director of the School of Social Work, Frank Z. Click also teaches several courses within the school, Librar ln the past two years, the University Library has undergone an extensive expansion and remodeling program. This program was made possible by two separate appropriations from the State Legislature, ln 1959, an appropriation was made for expansion of the library, and in 1961, a further grant was made for these additional facilities. The new services, im- provements, and re-arrangements were made possible by the increased floor space. A few of the new facilities now available as a re- sult of this program are a new self-service Reserve Section, a photo duplication service, new periodical display shelves, a new, larger circulation desk, and a more complete reference desk and service. Plans for the immediate future include a typing area, complete with lockers for students to store their portable typewriters, on the third floor. LESLIE XV. DLINLAP, Director University library serves as the center of academic life at SUI. ,. ... ii. 'fa' ':i'1:5fEvi?"1:z3Wfi 1372 ,"' I " '. Playing chess and kibitzing is popular in the Cold Feather Room. EARL E. HARPER, Director nion This year, after much frustrating delay, the Iowa Memorial Union expansion program finally got under- way. The total cost of the addition will be approxi- mately four million dollars. Presently, the IMU con- sists of three distinct units. Now the new addition will provide three more-Units IV, V, and VI. Unit IV will include a modern food service plant, a cafeteria overlooking the river, several dining rooms, hobby and photography workshops, additional recre- ation facilities, and a lobby for visitors in the guest house. Unit V will be superimposed on Unit IV and will be a guest house of 111 rooms. Unit VI will he a center of increased student activi- ties, adult educational conferences, continuation study courses, and student, faculty, or alumni conferences. It will also include a small theater and a large hall. tudent llealth Student Health is divided into two parts-an out- clinic and an infirmary-to take care of the medical problems of the students enrolled in the University. The medical staff of Student Health includes seven doctors and eight nurses, and during an average day they will see from 150 to 300 university students. University students, by referral from Student Health, are eligible for consultation and treatment by the specialists of the University Hospitals. This would include students who needed surgery or specialized treatment for a more complicated illness. A supplementary insurance program has been worked out for students which will take care of any medical expenses above and beyond those provided by Student Health. This insurance program is effective not only while the student is on campus, but all year long, CHESTER l. MILLER, Head SUIowans, downed by the flu bug, receive professional care at Student Health. Q s 7 S l ? t',f . ' f f - 1127424 7, .iffil 52 , f. ta . V ROXV 1: Harry H. Hagemann, Pres., Mrs. joseph Roscnfield, Mrs. Kenneth A. Evans, Mrs. Robert Valentine, A. XY". Noehren. ROW' 2: Stanley F. Rc-deker, XY'ilbur C Molison, Maurice B. Crabbe, john C. Oherhausen. Board of Regent The State Board of Regents is composed of nine private citizens of Iowa, appointed by the Governor and approved by the Senate for six-year terms. With thousands of students and millions of dollars in property entrusted to its care by the people of Iowa, the Board is charged with a burden of duties and responsibilities seldom fully appreciated by the people of Iowa. The primary responsibility of the Board is the de- velopment and government of the three state educa- tional institutions for the best interests of the people of Iowa. These institutions include SUI, Iowa State University, and the State College of Iowa. The Board, which elects its own ollicers, selects and ap- points the executives and faculties of these institutions, Along with approving the programs and curricula of each school, the Board makes the rules concerning student admission to and government of these institu- tions. It also controls their properties and directs the expenditures of the state and federal funds, trusts, gifts and grants. The Board reports biannually to the Governor and legislature on matters it believes they should con- sider, and it makes recommendations for appropria- tions of funds for operating the Regent institutions. In addition to the three educational institutions, other institutions falling under the jurisdiction of the Board of Regents include Iowa Braille and Sight Sav- ing School, Iowa School for the Deaf, and the State Sanitorium. mm 3' DEAN SIDNEY G. WINTER College ei Business Administration Classes in Business Administration began at the University in 1914 with the organization of the School of Commerce. The name was changed to the College of Business Administration in 1959. This college has long held membership in the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business. Its acting Dean is Sidney C-. Winter. The College is composed of six departments: Accounting, Economics, General Business, Labor and Management, Marketing, and Office Management and Business Education. The primary purpose of business administration education is to give the student a fundamental understanding of the structure, operation, and function of our economic organization and its parts. This training is supplemented by extensive liberal arts course work to help insure well- rounded education. Students holding a B.B.A. may Work toward M.B.A. and Ph.D. degrees in the Graduate College. DONALD D. ACER ...., . ...Muscatine JERRY JOSEPH AMICK ..,...,... Pocahontas KAREN M. ANDERSON ,....,....,,,.. Jlmcs JAMES MARTIN ALISBERCER., ,..., Jefferson ROBERT LEE BAUER ,......, . JOHN ALLAN BECK ..., ...,.Keokule , . , .Mason City KEITH A. BENSON .... .... R OCR Rapids CAL BENZ ............. ..,,... ft 'lelvin MICHAEL T. BERCER ..,.. .... O elioein DAVID L, BIEKERT ...., ..,.. N clsloim MALIRINE F. BORCHERS ........flreton PAUL AMOS BRANDT ......,.,. Steubenville RICHARD HINE BROKAW .,...,. Tort Dodge JERALD R. BRONEMANN .,....,. Monticello JACK WILLIAM BROWN ,.....,.., Hampton RICHARD B. BLICHHEIT ....... Seaford, N. J. MICHAEL EDWARD BUFKIN .,.. Macon, Mo. ROBERT CLARENCE BUNDY ........., flmes GERALD BURRICHTER ..... CLIFFORD BLITTERS ,... FRANK DONALD CARBEE, JR., . . . . .Wheatland ...Central City . Cedar Rapids DEAN CARR .....,.,......,,... Manchester ROLAND DEAN CARSON ....,.,.., Corning PATRICIA A, CHRISTENSEN ..4..... Atlantic PATTY HERZOFF COHEN .,...... Sioux City DAVID EARL CORMANEY ...,. 'Webster City BENJAMIN RAY CORNISH .......... Elwood CHARLES CHAMPE CORWIN ,... Des Moines JIM W. COSTOLO .,...,..,,.,... Uowa City ALBERT R. CUNNINGHAM ,...... 7owa City Bu iness enior 'Alt I just add 378,291, I'II como out with the right answer Bu iness enior If I rub Imrd enough, maybe a sonic will appear." DAVID G. DALY ,....... . DENVER BRYCE DANIELS JOE DENNIS DENT ......,.. .. MICHAEL DRAHOZOL . .. . . . .Cresco ......Ladom . . .Humeston Cedar Rapids JAMES HARRIS DLISTIN ......... Nason City NANCY EASTER .,.,. ,.,,. GLENN LARRY EATON. .. DENNIS LYNN EDXVARDS. .. RICHARD H. ELLIOTT . ,. JACK EMRY ., .4.... . . ...Sioux City . . . .. .fTif1fon ....7finion ....'Wuter1oo ..,.BrigIJfon LLOYD GENE ENKE. ,.... C0Iu1nI1us junction FOREST KAY FARWELL ...... , RONALD O, EELS .,.,.. DONALD W. FELT .... XVALLACE K. FELT .,,. ALAN NEIL FLANAGAN . .....Tf1rmguf .. .J-Iorncstead .. ...Spencer Cedar Rapids , .... Bclniond JOHN S. FOSTER .......,............. Aibia WILLIAM ROBERT FRIESE ..... Council Bluffs RICHARD V. GARBER .... .... R andolplw GENE GARDNER ....... .... O tlumwa ROBERT OLE GIVEN ....... Kansas Cily, 7W0. LARRY C. GLASSCOCK ........... 'Winterscf JAMES A. GOBLE ........,.,..... Bmlingion DLIANE GOEDKEN , ............. Dyersuille RICHARD LELAND GOLDBERG..Sbenandua11 JOHN WILLIAM GRAY ....... . Ccdar Rapids WILLIAM ARLO GRIEFEN ,....... Wluscatiizc STAN GRISMORE ........, ....Corydon CHARLES EDWIN GROAT ....... Tort Dodge GEORGE L. GROVERT ...... ......'Vini0n GORDON A, HAACK ...,.,,.,. 'Webster City ROBERT DEAN HABERLING .,.,.... Waverlw' THOMAN JOHN HAGEN ......, Rockford, jll. ROBERT L. HANSEN .........,... Sioux Cily THOMAS WILLIAM HANSEN ....,.. Clinton DAVID B. HANSON ..... GORDON E, HARRISON ...,.,. CHARLES B. HARTMAN .... . FRANK A. HARTWIG ,..., DONALD M. HAWKINS.. CHARLES D. HEATH .... PEGGY HECKENBERC .... . JOSEPH HEIMER ....... THOMAS J. HERMANH. Sycamore, 711. .. .Bettendorf ... .jlnamosa .......Perrv Cedar Rapids ... ,"Wa1er1o0 .. .Nediapolis ,...Slacyvi11c ,. .Burlington JOHN JACKSON HESS II ,.., Crystal Lake, 711. SIDNEY A, HOFFMAN ....A...... Des avzoim TIMOTHY D. HOLMSTROM .,... Tm Dodge JAMES T. HONN ...,...,.......,.. n4afeng0 LAWRENCE FREDERIC HOWE.Cedaf Rapids STANLEY O. HULST ......,.....,.. Hospm SUSAN MABLE ISRAEL .,.... ......... E ldon RONALD GENE JAHNKE . ,....... . . .Qarner JOHN WILLIAM JENSEN .... Cintinnaii, O1910 KEITH LEROY JOHNSON ..,..... Burlington PETER W. JOHNSON ..... . ,. .Tlumlrolrll JEREMY JONES .,..,....... 'We5tc11e5ter, 711. RICHARD F. KADERA ,.., LARRY LEA KALIEFMAN. ROY FREDERICK KALITZ ....., JAMES JOSEPH KEHRLI ,.,.. SCOTT J. KELLER ...,. CHARLES E. KELLEY ,... KENNETH K, KINSEY, .. . . .Iowa City ....fluduhon . . .71lu5cati11e ...mllyan ........flC1c1 Cedar Rapids . , , . ..... Wlarion KENT E. KLOPFENSTEIN .,...... 'lfVashington JACK ERVIN KNAPPEN.. JOHN CHARLES KOLB.. FREDRICK C. KOLPIN. ,. . . .7oaJa City . . , .Holstein , . ....... Amelia KAY FENTON KRAMME .....,... Des Wloines JLIDITH ANN KROHN .... ..... C oraluille WILLIAM G. KURTT .... ....Waterloo ROBERT MARC LANCLAND ........ Zearing RICHARD HARRY LEAZER ,......,.. Tairfeld ALAN M, LEVI ..,.,,..,.....,..... 'Waterloo BRUCE ALLEN LEVIN ......, Rock Usland, flll. CHARLES D. LOVETT ...,........ iowa City MARY LEE MARKSBERRY ,.... ...... T loyrl VIRGINIA MARTIN .............. Burlington EDXVIN L. MATHISEN ...,..,....... Atlantic MICHAEL EDW. MATTHEWS .... Manchester DAVID CHARLES MATTSON ..... Burlington JOSEPH I. MCCABE, JR. ....... Tayloroille, fill. CAROLYN J. MCCORMICK ........ 'Bloomfeld JUDITH ANN MCKAY .... .... W luscatine RICHARD M, MCLANE .... ....... C linton JOHN MEANY ......,,. ...., S baron, Pa. GERALD PETER MEIS ...,. .... 'I 'Vortbin-qton JAY DAVID MEMLER ......,...... flowa City MARVIN A. MEYER ...... .... R OCR flSlcmd, 711. CVERALD J. MEYERS .4,............ Dulvuque CHARLES C. MILLARD ....,... Cedar Rapids CLARENCE E. MOUCIN ...... .,.. TF airfield DELORES B. MLIELLER .....,..,... Cherokee JAMES THOMSON MLIELLER ...... Clverolzee SALLY JO MLIELLER ..4.,.. 'West Des Moines DAVID MONROE NAIRN ............. Ames JIM C, NESLUND ..,.........,.. Tort Dodge RICARD GENE NEWELL ....,....,. Oltumwa PATRICIA ANN NEWSOME ...,. Belleville, Jll. JERRY STEPHEN OBERLE. Proplvetstouvn, flll. GERALD THOMAS OLSON .... Cedar Rapids JEAN OSBERCV , ..,.. ....., 'V inton MELVIN PANKEY ..., ..... B orzaparte PHYLLIS PHOENIX . .. ...... Des Moines NANCY E. PISARIK ..,,,......... Nt. 'Vernon LARRY LLOYD PRIOR .... Columbus Junction JOSEPH BERNARD PLICI-I, JR, .... flouza City WAYNE ALLISON PLIRK ,.,..... Cedar Tulls ROBERT CARL QLIINN .......,., 'Washington CARY JOS. REDDINCTON ........... Orient MERLYN LEE REINKE .,.... ..,,. TI artley DAVID R. REYNOLDS ...... GEORGE JOHN REZNICEK. . DEAN RIDENOLIR .....,,... NVILLIAM C. RINGER ,....... WILLIAM LEE ROBINSON.. DONALD LEROY SAMPLE . .........Orient ....Cbicago, 711, .......Qarrison ..TIint, Wlicb, .....7Vlaquoketa ...Bloomfeld RICHARD HENRY SANTORO ,.,. Des Moines ROGER L. SCHAEFER .,........ STEPHAN J. SCHAMBERGER. .. JAMES EARL SCHIRM. ,...., .. LEROY CHARLES SCHMIDT . . . .Waterloo ...Jawa City .......Jlc1'air ...Riverside THOMAS WAYNE SCHOEMAKER .Muscatine GEORGE A. SCHUMACHER .... EDWARD EVERETT SEAR ...... RICHARD E. SHINOFIELD ..... HAROLD SINNARD ..... .... JEAN SMITH .,......... GARY C. SNELL ............... DONALD LOUIS SOHL .... RENE W. SOPHER ...... .... DAVID G. SORENSON ..... SHIRLEY ANN STEVENS ....... JAY DARYL STIENTJES ....... .,.,Dubuque . . . , .Clinton .Tort Dodge .pleasantville . .Des Plaines 'Webster City . . . . .Keokuk .Th Madison ......Sabula ...iowa City .Jllbert City WILLARD R. STINSON. .'Westmoreland, Tenn. NED XVILLIAM STRAIN ....... Cedar Rapids MARY M. STRAXVN ..,,........,.... Flfinlon SANDRA KAY STRICKFADEN ,..... 'Wayland ROBERT W. STRIKE ........... .WIHVSEHZZTOMIH JOHN STANLEY SYKES ......... .COSf Nation WILLIAM P. SZNAJDER ....,. Qarland, Texas Bu iness enior SUI business students pcrfcct their skills with a variety of business machines. Bu iness enior "If I have to add this Iisl one more time RALPH DONALD TAYLOR ...,,....,, BOOHL' PALIL VJ. THORNWALL .,,........,.. Slater JOHN EDXWARD TOBIN ...... Rock JSIKHUI, UII. JANET TLICKER ..,..,.,.. . . .Cedar Rapids MICHAEL JOHN TLILLY .... .... D uifuquu J. IDWICHT TURNER ..,.. 7I1im1eapoIi5, Ninn. SARA BEL TURNER ............ MICHAEL KEITH UCHYTIL ...., JOHN F. UITERMARKT ,.....,.. TERRANCE DEAN LINKEL. .. . Long gfDl7C .,...ff0Iea'o . .Iowa Cify . . . .fHun1icI4 JOHN C. VOSE .,.....,,......,.. fII6d1'i1p0Il5 JOHN RICHARD XVALDE ..,........ Denison VELMA WARBASSE ............, Central City JACQUELINE XVATHIIER ..,... QL'1'l65L'0, FII. JOHN P. WEISENSEE ,,..,,....., Sioux Cily JANIES HENRY XWENNDT ........... LUIUIICH DAVID Wi XVEST .....,........ SIIIIE Ccnicr RICHARD A. XVILDERMAN ...... Tllyfexf Bend KENNETH F. XYXILHELM ..,......... Liiflfernc STEPHEN I.. WILKINSON. ...Sioux City KENNETH JAS, XVILLIAMS .... 7-Iarpers Term' PAUL F. XVILLIAMS ........... Twarslmiltown EARL XV. XVIMS ......,........ Cedar Rapids KENNETH RAY YEUTSY ....,..... ,.NCwfcm RONALD ANTHONY ZACAR ,... DU 77118, QIII. DALE T. ZIMMERLY .........., flndepmdencc ROW' 1: D. Rodewald, D. Young, J, Bell, J. Wfathier, J. Costolo, P, Thornwall, J. Belger, C. Jack, R. Snyder. ROW' 2: I.. Crowell, M. Ruopp, P. Hall, A. Okamura, C. Kiel, M. Borchers, D, Simmons, E. McFarland, K, Johnson, L. Dittmer, P. Reynolds. ROW 3: A. Pennington, XV. Kurtt, M. Berger, XV. Purk, J. Maples, Clark, L. XVren, J. Brown, J. Dory, A. Flanagan. ROXV 4: R. Bundy, T. Spratt, J. Olson, D, Edwards, M. Bufkin, R. Kautz, R. Bauer, R, Blunck, T. Castle, H. Sharp. ROW! 5: XV. McCormick, T. Sankot, R. Buchheit, R. Fels, J. Hess, J. Beck, J, Holmes, R. Brokaw, T, Brown, J. Hokanson. STUDENT MARKETING CLUB The Student Marketing Club is organized to stimu- for the year were: Paul Thornwall, president, Janet late interest in this field and to stress scholarship for Tucker, vice-president of membership, James Costolo, students in this curriculum. Cuest speakers and field vice-president of programs, Jo Bell, treasurer, Jacque- trips to business firms were featured, Officers elected line Watl1ie1', secretary. AIESEC AIESEC stands for the International Association for This summer SUI is sending four students to Europe. Students in Economics and Business, groups here in These representatives were chosen on the basis of their America finding jobs for foreign students and vice participation in the AIESEC program, their gradepoint, versa. and their general overall attributes. ROXV 1: R. Schrage, E Till, A. Pennington, M. Ruopp, J. Kopel. ROW! 'lf D. Bartholomew, L. Crowell, A. Lorack, J. Smith, M. Marksberry, C. Roberts, D. Hatch, J. Olson. ROW! 3: D. Furnish, J. l.ester, M. Mears, C. Corwin, R. Moeller, J. Johnson. ROW' 1: J. Dustin, K. Creech, M. Peterson, C. Snell, C. Crovert, D. Ridenour, C. Haack, Dr. Max Wfortman, D. Oldorf, H. Alter, S. Hulst. ROXW 2: C. Richards, E. Duffe, A. Okamura, D. Daly, R. Bruning, R. Bundy, L. Dittrner, W. McCormick, I.. Lastine, L. Seufercr, j. Schirm. ROW' 3: R. Scholes, C. XY'under, A. Flanagan, j. Mernler, C. Harrison, R. jahnke, D. Wfest, R. Huchheit, H. Beren. ROXV 4: XV. Corey, M. Needles, T. Spratt, R. Fels, I. Hasselhusch, D. Guerin, T. Creen, B, Baack, D. Cosse, D. Zehnder. Alpha Kappa P i 0 The fraternity honors faculty members who have been with the College of Business Administration for 25 years at the Silver Awards Banquet. Alpha Kappa Psi, professional business fraternity, encompasses the six areas of accounting, marketing, economics, labor and management, office management, and general business with the aim of benefiting busi- ness administration students, The fraternity is active in many areas with a variety of special events planned each year. A series of professional meetings and guest speakers from the various fields of business pro- vide up-to'date information and experience for Alpha Kappa Psi members. The A K Psis participated in intramurals, and sponsored the annual alumni coffee hour as a part of Homecoming activities. Construction of a float marked a new Alpha Kappa Psi contribution to the Homecoming parade. Mark Peterson presided over the fraternity and Prof. Max Wfortman was adviser. Collegiate Chamber ei Commerce The Collegiate Chamber of Commerce is composed of all students enrolled in the College of Business Ad- ministration. Each spring a Board of Directors for the organization is elected by all of the business students. The primary purpose of the Collegiate Chamber of Commerce is to plan, coordinate, and present the An- nual Business Careers Conference. Businessmen from companies throughout the United States participate in this conference which is oriented to all students re- gardless of classification. The conference helps fresh- men and sophomores become acquainted with the aca- demic background which is suggested for their particu- lar vocational interests, and provides the juniors and seniors with a more thorough knowledge of the oppor- tunities open in various business fields, with the specific qualities which are needed, and with the general envi- ronment of the business world itself. Locations of recent SUI business school graduates are located on a map kept up to date by the Collegiate Chamber of Commerce. ROXV l: Nancy Easter, George Crovert, jim Dustin, David Wfest, Shirley Stevens. ROXW 2: Roger Scholes, Dennis Oldorf, james Mueller, L, Wesley Lastine, Cordon Haack, Dean Ridenour. Go-orclinating their efforts with Student Marketing Club, Phi Gamma Nu placed first in the originality division of the Homecoming parade with "Hen-Hurlcy Charges to Victory." Phi Gamma A new memher of Phi Gamma Nu receives her pledge pin. 340 Phi Gamma Nu is a professional sorority which honors women who are husiness administration majors. The sorority has many planned social events throughout the year. One of these was a Christmas Party which was held for memhers and special guests. The Phi Gamma Nu memhers also entertained guest speakers who, for the most part, were prominent businessmen. One of the programs this year featured Moe Wfhitehook, a local merchant. The special project this year was a trip to Des Moines, where members exchanged ideas with the Phi Gamma Nu chapter at Drake University. In a repeat performance this fall, Phi Gamma Nu won first place in the originality division of the Homecoming float contest. Serving as officers for the Phi Gamma Nu sorority were Sandra Strickfaden, presidentg Doris Mueller, vice-presidentf Shirley Stevens, secretaryi Nancy Pisarik, treasurer. ROXV I: Miss Ennis, Karen Anderson, Jo Anne Atkinson, Linda Brady, Barbara Brinton, Delores Chenoweth, Sheila Clark. ROW 2: Linda Crowell, Judy lierris, Marjorie Friedl, Diane Cellert, Arleen Cross, Nancy Cross, Marilyn Jahn. ROW 3: Grace Kiel, Judy Krohn, Judy Kuehl, Mary Lee Marlcsherry, Mary McMeans, Delores Mueller, Carol Nach- azel. ROXV 4: Carol Neff, Jeanne Osherg, Nancy Pisarik, Arlene Rommel, Jean Smith, Judi Smith, Cloria Stange. ROXV 5: Shirley Stevens, Mary Strawn, Sandra Striclcfaden, Nancy Thomas, Elaine Till, Janet Tucker, Doris Wfaterhouse, Stephanie Williams. ROW l: V. Cares, M. Pankey, K. Klopfenstein, K. Larson, E. Zuber, S, Striclcfaden. ROW 2: L. Schmidt, j. Dent, L. Prior, R. Fels, D. Riclenour, S, Wfillxiiison, D, Reynolds, J. Cray, H. Ustendorf, H, Barnes. Beta Alpha P i Beta Alpha Psi, the honorary accounting fraternity, various dinner meetings with speakers discussing topics requires for memhership a minimum grade total of in the accounting Held. President was Ernest V. 2.5 average and a 3.1! in accounting, Among its activi- Zuher, Kermit Larson, vice-president, Kent Klopen' ties this year were tieltl trips to accounting Hrms and stien, secretary, Melvin Pankey, treasurer. Ns. But the courses cant he closed!" ...df Delta igma Pi Delta Sigma Pi, professional commerce fraternity, helps further interest in the business field by providing students with a better understanding of the curriculum and opportunities. Requirements for membership in- clude enrollment in the College of Business Adminis- tration and an accumulative grade point of 2.0. The 30 active members pledged 15 students in Feb- ruary, activation was held in late spring. As a com- munity service project the pledges restored a house which had been destroyed by fire. Four meetings each semester featured outstanding businessmen from the Iowa City area as speakers. The group toured various industries at Newton, Davenport, and Lincoln, Ne- braska. While in Lincoln they visited the local chap- ter of Delta Sigma Pi at the University of Nebraska. Highlighting the year's activities was the Rose Formal. OFFICERS President . . First Vice President . Second Vice President , Secretary . Treasurer . Historian . Chancellor . RICHARD XVERNICK CH,ut1.i5s JONES Dave XVILKINSON PAT REYNOLDS JAMES Burucn MERVYN TH15DE CHARLES STOCK ROW 1: J. Mueller, P. Reynolds, R. Wernick, L. Schmidt, D, Reynolds, D. Sample, D. Wilkinson, E. Mathisen, C. Stock, ROW! 2: S. Bachrnan, S, Schamberger, M. Thede, J. Lester, T, Downey, J. Burke, K. Wfaul, M. Tully, J. Wfenndt. ROW 3: L. Howe, J, Dory, C, Benz, R. Blunck, XV. Taff, D. Reeves, D, Simmons. ROXV 4: R. Kautz, C. Martin, Cv. Frimml, J. Beck, J. Hall, C, Jonas, Tx 5 F' 5 5, it fix il N359 ,yr DEAN GEORGE EASTON College of Dentistry The College of Dentistry was organized as a part of the State University of Iowa in 1882 and is now under the direction of Dean George Easton. The dental clinics located in the Dental Building provide both the dental and dental hygiene students with the oppor- tunity of practical experience in the application of their skills. After satisfying all of the necessary requirements, a dental student will he awarded a D.D.S. degree. Having obtained his D.D.S. degree, a graduate may continue his study in one of two programs-postgraduate training or regular graduate study. Postgraduate training is offered in several areas of dentistry, and an area-designated certificate is presented the student upon satisfactory completion of this specialized training. In regular graduate study, the student may work toward MS. and Ph.D. degrees. Denti try enior Three dentistry seniors compare examples of their work. STANLEY ANDERSON, JR. .... . JOHN FRANKLIN BAKER .... JERRY DON BANES ....... ....Sigoarney WALTER F. BOLIN, JR. ...,.... . LEE ROY BONGAARS. .. ..... .....Onowa ...Waterloo .Cedar Tails Orange City PAUL ARTHUR BONSTEAD ...... Esllnerville DAVID R. BRADBURY .......... .Jawa City WILLIAM TRACY BROWN ..... Des Moines MICHAEL A. BRUNSVOLD ..... RICHA RD DON BURNS ...,. JOSEPH ALBERT CAMAMO ,.... DONALD D. CASSADY ......., .Mason City ..l70wa City .Tort Dodge ....Clarinda THOMAS WALKER CHOATE ..... Davenport RUSSELL L. COLLINS ....,... Cedar Rapids ROBERT H. CRAWFORD ....,..... Dyersville WILLIAM HENRY DE KOCK ...... Jowa City JERRY PRESTON DEVIN ,......,. 7I4uSCatirl6 GARY RICHARD DUNDEE ......... 'WHMIQOH GERALD R. EGANHOUSE .... Oxford junction CLEMENS A. FULL ,...,..,...... Uowa City RICHARD T. GAMBLE ..... .... S pirit Lake RICHARD GLOWACKI ....... WAYNE JOSEPH GORDON. ., RONALD H. HANNEMAN .... ...Jowa City ...iowa City .....'Vinton G. CONRAD HORNBUCKLE .... .... fl nita WILLIAM GEORGE HOUSLEY. .'Union, N. J. STEPHEN GERALD HYDE .......... Jlnamosa MOHAMED HASSAN IGRAM. . .Cedar Rapids LON J. JENSEN .....,........... 7owa City JOHN FRIEND JORDAN ..... ...,., C linton XVILLIAM JAS. KINCFIELD ..4...., Sac City JERROI.D ELLIS KOUFER. .. .,.... Leon JERRY L. LANE .........,.. .... S tocleport DOUC LARSON ..,.,.., ...... fl-I arlim MAX LETTXVEEN, JR. .... ...Des flloines HOXVARD KEITH LINN ...,.. Kunoslm, 'Ii'isL'. ROBERT JOHN LOCHER ...,...,... Dulmque VVILLIAM JESS MACK ...... Phoenix, Arizona JAMES HAROLD MCNAMEE .....,. 'Waterloo H, .NIELVIN OLSON ....... . JAMES EUGENE PAUL ..,,. RICHARD R. RANNEY ..., . RICHARD CALVIN ROUSH. JOHN D. SAWYER ..... Fesse HAROLD Ii, SCHUCHMANN JAMES W. SMALLEY .,..,.. CARROL C, TREXVETT, JR... PHILLIP J. VESEY .4........ DONALD E, WAHL ......, VICTOR E. WALTERS ,.,,, LARRY L. WIRTZ .,..,..., JERRY J. YOUNG. ., ...,Spc11cev ....QiIrmm ......ROlfc' ..C0l'YKl01I nrlen, N. Dakota .flowa City . . . . . .Wluscatinc . ,... . ,Sidney .Zlonficello ...fwellmmi . .'Watcrloo . . . . . .'Wellman Jllbert City lpha Kappa Gamma Members of Alpha Kappa Gamma, national dental hygiene fraternity, enjoyed many activities this year. Among these were Christmas caroling at the Veterans Hospital and a Valentine's Day Party. At the annual May picnic, a scholarship award and recognition of the most outstanding senior member of Alpha Kappa Camma were given. Janet Wiegel presided over the meetings at which guest speakers were presented. ROW 1: N, Anderson, B. Carey, C. Fountain, J. Wfiegel, J. Pinney. ROW! 2: M. Gustafson, B. Hemmer, D. Ciraubner, J. Burch, C.. Cvodby, K. Ryan. ROW 3: B. Blank, J. White, L. Thelen, C. Schenk, J, Lundell, ROW 4: J. Hanig, B. Beatle, J. Vandecar, M. Rudman, J. Johnston. 'll only it vias this uasy with Fi real patient!" l E ROXV 1: 1. Swartzweltcr, XV, Hammcr, F. Tisuc, H. Olcscn, C Bottorfl, R. Nightingale, A. Straumanis, CQ. Trcwct, P, Vcscy, j, Wal- lace. ROXV 2: C. XVilliams, G. Fingcrt, XV, Marinacciu, j, Lofgrcn, M, Erickson, J. McCltvskcy, K. lirucc, D. Sclimdcy, D. Gutz, ROW 3: M, Krcckus, W. Sticlwull, J. Bcurlc, D. Loomis, XV. Kinglicld, B. Annan, P, Appel, S, Mulgaard, P, Aluraliamson. ROXV 4: l, Anccll, A. Haviclf, j, Rogers, C. Fuller, C. Hershey, S. Coopcr, T. Asarclw, H. jolmson, M, McLauglilin, P, Larsen, R4 Wfay, Delta igma Delta Delta Sigma Delta is a professional dental fraternity on the State University of Iowa campus. The object of the fraternity is to keep the high standards of dentistry in the minds of dental students by instilling in them a spirit of fraternity cooperation toward scientific, ethical, and professional progress. Delta Sigma Delta is also very active in campus activities. The past year they placed first in the all- Llniversity intramural program. They set up after- dinner programs featuring guest speakers who talked on different dental techniques and other helpful hints to help members prepare themselves for their profes- sion, The Delta Sigs were proud to move into their newly remodeled house last fall. Serving as officers were: john Sawyer, president, David Bradbury, vice-president, Carrol Trewet, secre- tary, David XVilson, treasurer. ROW l: T. Hoot, L. Dedic, D, Wilson, J. Sawyer, P. Herrick, ROW 2: C-. Hershey, B. Campbell, J, Duro, W. Chadima, M, ROW 3: R. Squiers, D. Blevins, D, Hanneman, 1. Roseriberger, C. Ritsnn, H, Tvcdte, J. Cunderson, L. McCray, J, Satterlee, K, llll never be able to eat corn-onethe-cob again! !,,,. 5, z A , .., . ,yup gw lp X. e f' ,e l 1 , 'K' A L, A 'L' J, N pf- , A Q- i 4 ,,,, t , ,f . it r X is .Qi s Y 1 Q , ,H XV. Copeland, D. Bradbury, H. Schuchmann, P. Bonstead, J. Baker Olson, S, Soehren, XV. Bolin, M. Brunsvolcl, J. Purdie, R. Roush D, DeWitt, D. Larson, M. Olson, W. Mack, D. Jansen. ROW 4 Valesch, j. McNamee, D. Cassady, R. Locher, ROW 5: D. Weis T. Choate, E. Bedell, D. Diehl, K. Truax, E. Smith, B. Bliss, L. Roycr, B, Servine, B. Clemons. ROXV I: R, Crawford, L. XY'irtz, H. Dedmon, J. Jordan, XV. DcKock, J. Smalley, J. Barlow, J. Koufer, J. Devin. ROW' 2: J. Carey, M. Lettween, J. Lane, C. Hornbuckle, B. Buchholtz, M. Ketcham, J. Camamo, D. XY'ahl, M. lgram, J. Hanes. ROW' 3: S. Hyde, C. Rowley. ROW" 4: J. Kilfoil, D. Rose, J. McXY'hinney, S. Mummy, R. Hollander, P. Wfoon, R. Hanneman, li. Nelson, F. Mc- Creevey. ROW! 5: R, Landau, C. Quast, R. King, F. Borden, C. Dundee, L. Bomgaars, L. Mathews, R. Johnson, D. Mullen, T. Tirvin, Ii. Trimble. P i Omega Psi Omega, professional dental fraternity, has been active in hoth social and professional activities this year. The S9 actives pledged 21 new members during the year. The Psi Os were busy keeping the calendar filled with activities such as intramural sports, clinics, and parties in the fall, Christmas, and spring. ln addi- tion to study in diagnosis and X-ray techniques, dental training in the form of practical on-the-job training provides the necessary experience for the future den- tists. At the same time, the activities in conjunction with the College of Dentistry provided professional events such as lectures by members of the dental faculty at the Psi Omega meetings. John ,london was elected president of this professional dental fraternity. Other officers mere: Hou ard Bedmon, vice-president, James Smalley, secretary, and John Barlow, treasurer. ROW 1: T. Almquist, J. Kennedy, R. Burns, R. Gamble, A. Brown, J. Thatcher, XXX. Henson, L. Dunscombe, A. Overbaugh. ROW' 2: D. Idema, J, Cherveny, R. Hynes, L. Carlson, P. McClenahan, L, Book, P. Scandrett, D. Bcechel. ROXV 3: R. Christensen, D. Bru- baker, R. Ranney, R. Nelson, B, Stumhaugh, P. Hamilton. ROXV 4: R. Schroeder, J. Straumanis, D. King, P. Crimm, P. Kofron, R. Jenkins, H. Tjarks. BETSYE FRANK BEATLE ......,.. Des arrows BARBARA S. BLANK ...,.......,., gm, and. JOYCE MARIE BURCH ..... Cfysmi Lake, 711. ALTA LEA CAREY ........... KAREN A. CONKLINC ...... LINDA BETH DAHLC-REN .... JOYCE ANN DAHMS .....,... ELLEN MARGRET ELLCAARD WYLENE KAY FEICK .....,... JUDITH KAY FISHER ...,, .. JANICE MARIE FORD ....... ...Jawa City , . .Des flloines ...Des Tlloines ....Daucnport . . .Des Moines . . .Bridgewater . .Orange City ..Qeneseo, 711, GLENNYS L. FOUNTAIN .....,... Towa City BONITA GERKE ............. PAMELA SUE HEEREN ....... NANCY LEE JOHNSON ...... RUTH JOHNSON ..... ALYS KAY JONES ....... .. JULIE K. LUNDELL. ........ ..State Center ...7V1o1ine, 511. Park Ridge, 711. . . . . . .Clinton .....,Emerson ...Tort Dodge KAROLYN K. MCKENZIE ............ Baxter KATHRYN JEAN MESSER ......., Nason City CAROLE MIDGARD ........... Maywood, 711. MARY LOU MINTON ,...... Palos Park, 711. VIRGINIA R, NIEMANN.Hot Springs, S. Dak. MARY JUDITH PALMER ..... BETTY JOAN PINNEY ...... 71 fbitefslv, Mont. .Phoenix Jlriz. KATHLEEN ALICE RYAN ........ Des Moines JOAN BEVERLY SANDERS ........ 'lflrlvandale MARY ALICE SMALLEY .......... Muscatine PATRICIA M. TEYRO ........ Park Ridge, 711. NANCY KAYE WAHL .......... Parkersburg SUSAN BRIDGMAN WEBB. .. JANET LU WIECEL ...,.. Ever JOAN CAROL WILSON ...... .J-linsdalc, 711. green Park, 711. . .E1JdHS1O!l, 711, Dental H giene enior A senior dental hygienist gains expcricncc by cleaning a stu dont's tcceth. wr 5, K. - . . .. ,- .. ,A W -ww W TS!!! CGI! 0? sauna UNIT FHLUWS. Biff!! 9? SIL MIT!! I JUST pn College of Education The College of Education, now directed by Dean Howard R. Jones, was established in 1903 to prepare students for work in a teaching, supervisory, or administrative capacity in educa- tional institutions. The various programs within the college are based on the assumption that educators should have a broad and liberal education and an understanding of the learning process and of the learner himself. Incorporated into the College of Education are several differ- ent experimental school situations where the student teachers have the opportunity to obtain experience in the application of their skills. The University maintains a placement service located in East Hall. This service provides job information for those desiring educational positions after graduation. Graduate students within this college may work toward MA. and Ph.D. degrees. DEAN HOWARD JONES Iiuftfrg f , ' Ann Stcnmger Judith Draws Judy Hughes, Mary Hansen. .E.A. tory schools are discussed. The inemhers discuss what to look for and expect while they are practicing teaching and what courses they should take. The group sponsors the Prospective Teacher's Day at SUI. Serving as president this year was Judith Drews. TH TA leadership. This year, SUl's chapter contributed to Perkins Hospital School and to the School for Emotionally Disturbed Children to aid in their educational pro- grams. ROXX7 l J Mitthms S Jackson J Ekiss K Wficntrt N Clcnn K Johnston, ROW! 2: D, Gerling, E Bryant, H. Jacobs, L. Dew, I vf A ,. f Q 5 Q . , J' J ' x A mf 5 K 55: . -' A fy n, 1 I xr X ? 1 dw P ff fam S x H S ? ..,, , it ff 'Ya DEAN ARTHUR W. MELLOH Cellege el Engineering The College of Engineering, under Dean Arthur W. Melloh, is divided into several departments: chemical, civil, electrical, industrial and management, mechanics and hydraulics, and the Institute of Hydraulic Research. The College of Engineering aims to train students on a broad basis, hence the facilities of the College of Liberal Arts, Busi- ness Administration, Law and Medicine are available to the engineering student. The entire engineering student body is organized as the Associated Students of Engineering. They publish a monthly periodical entitled the flowa iTrm1sil. There are several other student organizations in the various departments within the College of Engineering. Superior students in the junior or senior year may be elected to Tau Beta Pi and other honorary engineering societies such as Chi Epsilon, Eta Kappa Nu, and Pi Tau Sigma. MICHAEL J, ARGANBRICHT. .Qutlorie Center BASEM FAREED ARMALY ..,... Haifa, flsrael GASTON A. ARREDONDO .,...,.. Uowa City RICHARD BALD .....,......, Rock Usland, Jll. C. MICHAEL BEETNER .... ...... B urlinglon PAUL BERTHOUEX .,..... ........ P erry SATINDRA K. BEWTRA ......... Delhi, flndia EDWARD BONTRAGER .,,.......... Keolcule CHARLES CARLYLE BOWMAN. . ,Wlaquokefa PAT BOYD. ..,.,.........,., . . RONALD BRAET .,...,......... THOMAS ROBERT BREESE. .... MAX E. BREUER ,.,,. .......... BOB BLIRCHETT .......... RICHARD L, CHRYSLER ..,. . WARREN S. CURTIS ........., DONALD F. DOLEZAL ........ JOE PETER DOYLE ..,..,. VIRCIL C. DLIMANN ...,. RICHARD D. EICHNER ..,. ALBERT EVAN FORD ..... DAVID L. FRANKLIN .... HOWARD C, FUNK ..... LOWELL A, CERE ....,. LAWRENCE CLIDER. . . JAMES C. CROENEWOLD ..... DENNIS B. GUESSFORD ......, RICHARD R. HALSOR .... BERNARD A. HAMES ,..,. HARLAN C. HANSEN ,.... ROBERT L, HAYLOCK .... HENRY HERNANDEZ ,..., DONALD J. HOLECEK .,,, EDWIN HOLISER ...... KENNETH J. HOVET ..... JUNICHI IKLITA ,..... NLIRMI C. INCRAM ,... JOHN M. JACKSON .,.. JOHN P. JENSEN .,... HIRSCHEL KATZ ....... LARRY LEE KINNEY .... ...Tlowa City . . . .Calanius .llowa City .NL Pleasant .. .Davenport ....'Waterloo .,.....Sldon Cedar Rapids ......T0ledo ..,.7rlolstein ...Davenport .....fFort Dodge . .Belle Plaine .,....Jllgona .. . . .Randall .,. .Dubuque ......Qeorge ,.Des Moines .Nason City .,..'Williams ....Kanawlia .Jlflaquoketa Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids ......7VIarenao ...Jlnarnosa ........Pe11a .Sioux Rapids .Battle Creek . , . ."West Branch Cedar Rapids ,NL Pleasant ROBERT WM. KRUSE. ,. .. . FRANCIS KURRIE .,.... ..... STANLEY H. LEE ..... . , . ALLAN E. LEFKOW ....,., ALLAN FRANK MALY .... HARRY G, MARKER .... KENNETH G. MARTIN. MIKE MCFADDEN ..... LARRY MEIER ........... RICHARD LEE MILLER ,,.. ROGER K. MOHL ,.,.... LOUIS MOUGIN .,..... EUGENE W. ORNE, JR. ..... . FRANK PARKER ..,....,....., .. , .Davenport Detroit, Wlicln, ....Humboldt ,. . . .Coralville ....Iowa City ......Lewis .Cedar Rapids ,...7WuscaIine ......Denver iowa City . . .Davenport ....Fairfield ..,7ou1a City ....iowa City JOHN L. PFEIFFER ....,.,. Wlfoodlvridqe, N. J. JOHN W. PULVER ,.,.,..,,...,..., Belrnond FREDRIC T. RADLOFF ,,....., Cedar Rapids JAMES BURNETT RAYMON,..Cedar Rapids WILLIAM J. REID ,.,, . , VERLAN R. RENAUD ,... ...Jawa City ...,,.....Sully LARRY J. RHUTASELH. ..,.. Nason City JAMES PETER RIES ...,,... STEPHEN R. ROBINSON ...... WINFRID SCHELLIN ...,.. .,......Clinton , Cedar Rapids ....Jawa City GERALD L. SCHLAPKOHL, , . . , ..... Durant JAMES WILLIAM SCHLUNZ ........ Clinton LEE SCHOON ,........,.... GREGG SCHROEDER ...... EUGENE SCHUCHERT ..,,., EUGENE R, SCHWARTING., ,.,....JInarnosa .....7VIuscatine ......7owa City .....,.7I4arengo KENNETH J. SCHWENGEL .......,. Chicago RICHARD L, SEVERE ......... Nora Springs RON SHINBORI .............,..,. Bettendorf GLENN SHOEMAKER ...... 'West Des Moines GARY L. SHOOK .......,..,..... Sioux City JOEL A. SHOUSE ,... ..,. 714 aquoketa RICHARD J. SNELL ..,....,... Canton, Minn. JOHN W. STANDEVEN ........,,. Oakland PHILLIP DUANE STEVENS ..,.. Nason City WILLIAM GENE STOUT ......... Davenport LARRY W. STRAWHORN ....,. Belle Plaine ROBERT A. SUFFICOOL ....... Cedar Rapids JERRY DEAN SUITER .......,. ... ,Princeton THOMAS SETSUO SUZUKI .... Cedar Rapids JOHN F. THOMPSON .,.......... Hawarden KENT TRANSIER ....,..,.., 7-Ia:el Crest, flll. RONALD GENE WRIGHT .....,,.. Jawa City DENNIS F, ZMOLEK .......,........ Toledo Associated tudent of Engineering 'ith Two memhers from each field of engineering- A -v-nhl , iii' mechanical, chemical, electrical, civil, industrial-are elected to the Associated Students of Engineering Council, Two freshmen are also elected from their respective seminars. The two main projects of the Council are the con- struction of the Homecoming monument in the fall and the planning and presentation of MECCA Wfeek activities each spring, This year the monument was constructed in the shape of a huge carousel with the theme, "May We Cvo Round Purdue." MECCA Week was once again a success, and a new MECCA Queen and court were chosen to represent the engi- neers. The Council also sponsors picnics and maintains a lounge for students' use during the year. Ofhcers of the Council were joel Shouse, president, Harry Marker' Vice pl-Cgidcntf PM Boyd' treasurer? Engineering students adapt their skills to huilding the and Bill Reid, treasurer- Homecoming Monument. ROW 1: H, Katz, P, Boyd, H. Marker, W. Reid, V, Renaud, J. Shouse, C. Bowman, ROW! 2: H. joonsar, R, Richardson, E. Gerard, R. Bald, A. Maly, R. Borglum, N, Ingram, J. Pulver, ROXV 3: B, Armaly, j. Paclcwood, R. Rudman, R. Barry, C. Francis, M. Arganbright, j. Burns, NW. Curtis. ROW 4: XV. Carson, R. Upham, D. Elliott, K. Transicr, j. Bodey, T, Breese, j. Wallace, W. Hetzcl. ROXV 5: D. Snyder, E. Houser, C. Christiansen, E, Orne, E, Schwarting, F. Moore, R, Clausscn, M. Breuer, C. Arredondo, 359 ROXV I: XV, Kuntz, R, Shinhori, V. Renaud, R. Richardson, XV, Lang, ROW' 2: C. Kolosick, K. ltelce, C. Robertson, H. Katz, C. Christiansen, lf. Parker. ROXW 3: E. Huhlta, D, Miller, M. Breuer, T. Kettleman, A. Leflcow, R. Severe. Recognition is given to outstanding students in chemical engineering through membership in the American lnstitute of Chemical Engineering. The group holds meetings twice a month. Once a year an award is presented to the most outstanding sophomore in chemical engineering Serving the group as officers this year were: President, Stanley Lee, vice-president, Richard Severe, secretary-treasurer, Max Brewer, CHI EP IL0l Chi Epsilon is an honorary civil engineering frater' nity on the State University of Iowa campus. The fraternity strives to promote interest in this field and to help in furthering the profession. lt honors out' standing juniors and seniors. Serving as orlicers of Chi Epsilon for the past year were: President, Roger Mohl, vice-president, Dennis Cuessfordg secretary- treasurer, ,lohn Pulver, ROW' l: john Pulvers, Roger Muhl, Dennis Cuessford. ROW' 2: Wfilliam Ashton, Frederick Moore, joel Shouse, ROW 1: E. Houser, j. jackson, R. Sufficool, C. Arredondo, R. Halsor. ROW 2: A. Fish, J, Fuhrman, W. Curtis, J. Huff, D. El- liott. ROW 3: J, Standeven, E, Schwarting, J, Bodey, S. Clark. ETA KAPPA NU Eta Kappa Nu recognizes students in electrical en- the faculty and engineering students. The oflicers of gineering who show excellent character and high the fraternity for the past year were president, Robert scholarship. Eta Kappa Nu is a national organization Sufiicool, vice-president, Larry Kinney, secretary, stressing an increase in relations between members of lohn jackson, treasurer, Gaston Arredondo, Pl TAU SIGMA The officers of Pi Tau Sigma, the national honor of this club have met the requirements of high scholas- society for mechanical engineers, included president, tic achievement and contributions to projects in the Frank Kurrie, vice-president, Ron Braet, secretary, field of mechanical engineering. MECCA Week ac- Fred Radloff, treasurer, Bassem Armlay. All members tivities highlighted this yearls program, ROW I: Larry Meier, Ron Braet, Bassem Armaly, Frank Kurrie, William Hetzel, Fredric Radloif ROW 2: William Carson, Duane Snyder, Darold Elbert, Wfilliam Boardman, Winfricl Schellin, Michael Arganbright, Allan Maly, james Ries, Heikki lnnnsar. ROW' 1: D. Elliott, XV. Hetzel, R. liorglum, E. Schwarting, R. Upham, ROW' 2: lf. Cerard, A, Maly, j, Burns, C, Christiansen, N. lngram. ROW' 3: j. Rackwood, D. Snyder, H. loonsar, T. Hreese. Io a Tran it 7? Uowu ,Trtmsil staff members look over the latest issue. 362 The lunui Transit, monthly engineering publication, is designed to give engineering students an opportunity to have their work published and to help keep them informed about current industrial innovations. The magazine has a circulation of over 21700, with copies circulating to Iowa junior colleges and high schools, SUI engineering students, faculty and alumni. All engineering students are encouraged to con- tribute their work to the monthly publication. The lonul Transit presents features of feminine beauty on the SUI campus, and helps to publicize the annual MECCA activities. The magazine is governed by the Transit Board of Control. This yearls magazine was headed by Richard Borg' lum as editor-in-chief. Other staff members: Eugene Schwarping, general editor, Dennis Elliott, business editor, Wfilliam Hetzel, comptroller. ROXV lg D. Topinka, T. Brcese, XV, Hetzel, R. Richardson, H. Marker, R. XY'right, A, Nlaly, C. Schlapkohl. ROXV 2: B. Bailey, D. Tubbs, J. Pfeiffer, N. Ingram, M. Khatibi, S. Bewtra, J. Thoreson, XV. Ashton. ROXV 3: XV. Reid, D. Elbert, R. Rudman, j. Bodey, L. Meier, E. Orne, C. Shoemaker, L. Yanda ROW' -lg D. Elliott, j. McSwiggin, j. Jensen, M. Canby, j. Pulver, J. Schlunz, XV, Schmidt, XV. Stout, H. joonsar. ROXV 5: S. Schroeder, T. Flcencr, T. Mcfflimon, J. Thompson, B. Hames, F. Moore, J. Hunter, K. Schwengel, J. Crosheck, C. Fischer. THETA TAU Theta Tau, national professional engineering frater- nity, strives for professional development of its mem- bers. Business meetings are held every other week and monthly dinner meetings feature guest speakers TAU Tau Beta Pi, national honorary engineering frater- nity, is composed of members from the upper fifth of the senior class in the College of Engineering. High scholastic achievement and good character are pre- requisites for membership into this organization. From whose subjects are of a non-technical, non-engineering nature. Officers for the spring semester include Harry Iwlarker, regent, Larry Meier, vice-regent, Heikki joonsar, secretary, ,lim Ashton, treasurer. BETA PI this group of experienced upperclassmen, freshman and sophomore engineers look for encouragement and guidance. The first semester president was Gene Schwarting. ROW l: R. Severe, R. Hraet, W. Curtis, E. Schwarting, W. Carson, D, Snyder. ROW 2: R. Sufficool, B. Armaly, M. Brcuer, E. Hous- er, C. A rredondo. WJ.-was, 5 4 'wwf F1 i1ff'sf2, k' , ' l, .,4,fv,w ,Q q ,'f-we'-M.: "ff,-m mv' -7 -:wwf Q' f:1fffwi,1f- '- -1152, 'erbuiii V ifiivgwii ' ,,,,vgc S1 , 'gfffp A , f53'f.51f1wo ", if K ,,,, ,L.Iz 5iia,r+ .. 1 ,1 gg-w 4,,,..-...xx as ,W Q . wig G- Graduate College The Graduate College, of which john C. Weaver is Dean, offers graduate courses in all the colleges of the University. If a student is within 4 semester hours of graduation with a bachelor's degree from the State University of Iowa, he may be enrolled in graduate school, provided he completes his bachelor degree requirements the First semester. Financial assistance is available to the graduate student in three forms-fellowships, scholarships, and research assistant- ships. Graduate assistantships are also available. They carry the same qualifications and schedule limitations as a research assistantship, but with a graduate assistantship the student aids in teaching undergraduates in a field in which he has had advanced training. Degrees offered in the Graduate College are Master of Arts, Master of Science, Master of Business Administration, Master of Fine Arts, and Doctor of Philosophy. DEAN JOHN C. WEAVER . 9' W + ,V .' K 1 gf aw DEAN College of La The College of Law was established in Des Moines in 1865 and three years later was moved to Iowa City where it became an integral part of the State University of Iowa. It has the distinction of being the oldest continuous law school west of the Mississippi River, is a charter member of the Association of American Law Schools, and is approved by the American Bar Association. Dean of this college is Mason Ladd. The primary goal of the College of Law is to prepare stu- dents for the practice of law, although many law graduates become judges, legislators, instructors, and government officials. The Iowa Law Center, a recently completed building, houses all of the academic and research activities of the law school. Liberal Arts students who go on with law studies receive an LLB. degree if they enter law school after 90 hours of under- graduate work. A Juris Doctorate is earned after a B.A. in Liberal Arts is obtained and a 70 average is maintained in law school. MASON LADD IVAN JON ACKERMAN ..... THOMAS LEXVIS ADAMS .,.... ROBERT R. BECKMANN ..,. JAMES P, BENNETT ..,..... ROHLI7 JERRY BENNETT ...,.. ROBERT XVILLIAM BRAUN. JOHN HERBERT BUDD ,.... XVILLIAM H, BURGER ......... ..,.,.JIIli5a11 .Due Tlloincs ,...7aiva Citw' ...Daiwflpovl Clmrifs Cilw' .,. .'WalcrlOo . ..,fIl1ar1fiL .....1Faivfiela' JAMES H. S. CHOI .,....... J-Ionolulii, Hawaii THOMAS CHRISTENSEN ......... Uk Horn ALLAN XVOLFE CLAYMON GARY EVAN CULVER ..,,.. DUANE DANIEL DAGGETT JAMES HENRY DAILEY ..4.. MISHAEL P. DOOLEYH. ROBERT NELSON DOXWNER JOHN MICHAEL DULL ..,.. JOSEPH FRANKLIN FACKEL.. ROBERT FEILMEYER ........ . . .Iowa Cifv ..,,....Nc11adcl ...Jawa Cify . ,.Bizrli11i1ton ....7owa Cilv .....fXIeii'!0n .,..... .Loman .Wesl Liberty .gjuflnrie Canter RICHARD L. FENSTAMAKER 'Williamsporh Pa FRANKLIN SIMS FORBES. . .J'Ion01u1u, 7-lawaii EDWIN C. GETSCHER .,.,.. ..,. H au1I7ur.q DICK GLOVKA ..................,.. Clinton DUANE JOHN GOEDKEN ,......, Dyerwillc JOHN HERBERT GREVE ,... ...Newton JOHN BAILEY GRIER ...,.. EUGENE ALLEN GROE .,.. JOHN HANLON ...,.,......... ...Jawa Cifv . . . .iowa City .Des fI'IoineS DAVID B. HENDRICKSON ........ SI. Ansgaf RICHARD J. HERGERT ..... ...almana La enior I'You,rL Sure your name is rcalIy Perry Masoif DONALD DALE HOLMES ,.... Cea'ar Rapids JAMES EDWARD HUMMEL. . . . ROBERT MONROE JAMES .... LESTER C. JOHNSON ,...,. SAM SCOTT KILLINCER ,...., XWILLIAM J. KOEHN ,...... ALAN ROBERT LEFF ,.... HARLAN LEO LEMON .... GARY E. LEONARD ....,. CARL RICHARD LETZ ,... DAVID LUDVICSON ..., ..., WARREN CLARK LUSE, . . .. TERRY K. MCCLEEREY ..... MICHAEL O, MCDERMOTT ..,,. THOMAS J. McDONOUCH ,.... CHARLES XV. MCMANICAL. ERIC R. MILLER ..,......., .Sioux City ..,.Pastuillc .Jawa City . .Henderson . . .Coraloillc .Jawa City .Jawa City .. . .7-Iolsiein ..,'WinterseI Rock Rapids .Jawa City Des Wlaines ,Des Moines .Jawa City . .Qlenwaad ...'WaIvrIoo DAVID DOIC MITCHELL ..... Cedar Rapids CHARLES K. MOISIO ....... Vplvmouiln, flliclw. THOMAS C. MORRISON ....... .Wlaslwiugtori HOXIUARD EUGENE MYERS ........ Nevada MARLYN XV, OLTROCVCE.. R. THOMAS PRICE ....,... 'Wusl DARYI. RANK ,.,........,.. RICHARD RASMUSSEN ..... KEITH A. REED ..,......,..... CEORCIE THOMAS REILLY. ROBERT BERNARD ROSENE. ROBERT RAYMOND ROTH ,... RALPH D. SAUER ,............ .........1Tripali Des flfloines .,,..DCCfJ Rival .......Ifxira ..5priuauiI1e .......DuIv11L114L' fIIC5:1, Calif. .fjaleriig JII. . .flowa City LAURA F, SAXVYER ......... Salislrury, N. C. TRACEY LAWSON SCHOLTZ .... Jawa City RUSSELL E. SCHRACE .,.......... 'Waterloo KEITH DONALD SCHULZ. DAVID L. SCIESZINSKI .... RICHARD P. SERNETT .,..,. JAMES L. STANTON .......... ......HI4fli1I-QIOII .. ...7WeIrose .,7I'ldS011 City ,Hfjreen ROGER WENDELL SUNLEAF, ..... Iiellevue JAMES ELWOOD THORN. SANFORD A. TURNER ...... .......Bedfarfi EUGENE P. VAN DRIEL ....... LELAND DEAN WEST ...... JOE W. WILLIAMS ...,..,. GARRETTE JEAN WIMPEY, ....Enid, Olzla. RICHARD R. XWINCA .,........ .,..CorwifIn Rack 'Valley , . ,Refi Oak ..........!lmes .SWasl1i11gIa11 ROW 1: P. Christianson, j. Craven, R. Bennett, J. Stanton, N. Craven, j. Boddiclter, D. Daggett. ROW 2: D. Lappin, D. Valen- tine, S. Barry, P, Burk, J. Sullivan, l. Miller, J. Fitz, C, Shepard. ROXV 3: R. Ames, S. Hufl, D. Setter, L. l-leims, M. Maduff. C. Beane, C. Davis. ROW 4: D. Poyner, R. Watson, J. Richmond, D. Clemens, W. Buell, T, Brunlc, A. Olsen, D. C-artin. DELTA THETA PHI Delta Theta Phi, professional law fraternity, pro- vides professional legal education in addition to social functions and entertainment for its members. The fraternity sponsored two speaker's luncheons to which members from the College of Law were invited. The annual steak fry held in the spring highlighted the Delta Theta Phi social season. jim Stanton presided over the fraternity and Prof. Charles Davidson was the sponsor. IOWA STUDENT BAR ASSOClATl0N The lowa Student Bar Association functions as the governing hody of the College of Law. Duane Dag- gett presided over the hi-monthly meetings of the group. Sponsorship of the student newspaper, fldnof cafe, and of the "Barrister's Ball," "Spring Flingfi and co-sponsorship of "Foundation Frolic" constituted the major projects. Other officers: Al Luff, vice-presi- dent, Wally Reed, secretary, Craig Cetscher, treasurer. ROW 1: Marshall Cetscher, Wallace Reed, Duane Daggett, Alan Left, Carol Burce. ROW 2: Garette Wimpey, XV. David Tyler, Allan Olsen, Lehan Ryan. Phi Delta Ph' Phids pause lor a chat outside the new law building. Students registered in the College of Law are eli- gible for membership in Phi Delta Phi, professional law fraternity. Actual membership selection is ac- complished through two rush parties, one in the spring and then again in the fall. The purposes of Phi Delta Phi are social as well as professional. This year a winter formal was held at the Mayflower and a spring dinner-dance at the Elks Club. The members also enjoyed two stags, to which faculty members were invited. To start some- thing new, the members voted to have several ex- changes with social sororities during the year. Round- ing out their activities, the group took an active part in the professional league intramural program. Ollicers for this year were Ralph Sauer, president, Keith Reed, secretary, Nolden Gentry, treasurer, and ,lohn Budd, historian. ROW' lx C. Coulter, A. l.eti', j. Budd, N. Gentry, R. Sauer, K. Reed, S. Page, R. Rosene, CI. Stinard. ROW' 'lx rl. Briggs, H. Lawton, j. Murphy, R. Doughty, R. Roth, J. Meusey, P, Goedlten, j. Figenshaw, li. Miller, R. Carlson. ROW! S: T. Hutchison, H. Konchar, lf. Durnhaugh, A. Stopperan, l7. Power, R. Shearer, R. Schrage, R, Downer, 'lf Burrows, Nl. Check, ROW' 4: C. Frederici, I.. Ryan, D. liorehart, D, Furnish, VI. Sell, ff. Iihrliardt, J. Dailey, Ci. Reilly, E. Copeland. ROW' 5: R, Duff, R. Crassgreen, F, VanDriel, R, Price, T. Ackerman, M. Carr, M. McDermott, j. Wfilliams, C Ciilrillan, CI, Campbell. ROW' o: P. Phillips, D. Fay, R. W'inga, C. Larson, j. Calhoun, J. Shors, J. Coonley, j. Fwert, R. Norris. ROW" T: J. W'hite, H. Smith, N. Nlanocheo, R. Miller, R. Benton, R, Ruehmann, j, Cronlxhite, B, Claerliout, W', Wfrighl. 174 ROW' l: T. Scholtz, D. Hendrickson, J. Hanlon, XV. Cochran, l.. johnson, l. Thorn, NW. Tyler, l'l, Lemon, R. Sunleaf, ROXV 2: P. Barnes, R. Feilmeyer, E. Palmer, j. Pardon, R. Ciastko, D. Atkinson, D. Levinson, li. Grayson. ROW' 3: M. Bauer, V, Nelson, R, Ottesen, B. Critz, A. Vallier, D, Miller, j. Bauch, C. Culver. ROW' 4: D. Kelly, C. Suclenga, K. Wfillccwckson, l,. Wfalters, R. Laubenthal, R. Culbertson, R. Longstaff, j. Lowther. ROXV 5: J, Burns, J. Wfhitmire, J. Hentzel, Cv, Hohenboken, N. XVulf, B. McLeran, j. Howard. ROW' oz F. Sauer, D. Willeke, j. jacobson, K. Clearwaters, 1. McDevitt, M. Christianson, D. Cook. ROXV 7: C, Rinden, M. Sadden, A. Barbour, j. Coats, C, Knight, P. lingris, j. Hummel, R. Wfalker. Phi lpha Delta Phi Alpha Delta, legal fraternity, enjoyed dinner as editor-in-chief of the Town Law Review and mem- nieetings featuring such after-dinner speakers as Presi- hers contributed to this publication. Dave Taylor was dent Hancher, District judge Robert jackson and Law national vice-president of the American Law Student Professor Arthur Bonfield. The PADs were very ac- Association. tive in legal school functions. john Jacobson served The plaintitl accused the de- fendant of maliciously and wantonly driving through her tulip garden. . 5 V sq 5' Sm 'if if-3 , 2 1. - 3 ' gl .. Q Tx 2 js Q If fig ' if---72: Fi " L ' ' exz i m i Q,?z2 5 Q DEAN DEWEY B. STUIT College ol Liberal Arts Dewey B. Stuit became Dean of the College of Liberal Ans in 1949, The College of Liberal Arts is the largest of the ten colleges at SUI and is divided into four schools: the School of Fine Arts, the School of journalism, the School of Religion, and the School of Social Work. In addition to these four, there are over forty other departments or areas of instruction. The Liberal Arts College provides essential, basic training in the various fields or departments under its jurisdiction, but its primary purpose is to provide a broad education and outlook for the students and to develop their capacity for future growth. The College of Liberal Arts provides increased intellectual stimulation for superior students through its Honors Program. Exceptional students from high school and those in college with a 3.0 accumulative grade average or over are invited to partici- pate in this program. ROW' I: Sut XY'hitacre, Vice-Presidentg Lynette Murdy, Treasurer. ROW 2: Nancy Files, Secretary Tom Cromwell, President, The Senior Class Officers are elected each year during all-campus elections in the spring. Previous to the elections, the slate is narrowed down to eight candidates to run for four offices from all the appli- cants and nominees. The main function of the officers each year is to meet with the Educational Policies Committee each fall and present students' suggestions for policy changes. This year the officers sent out questionnaires to sample the student bodyls opinion on proposed changes in policy. One of these suggestions which was adopted was the idea of a Spring Vacation which SUI had not had previously and which began this year. The officers also assist in screening applicants for the following year's oHicers. Liberal Arts enior Class 0fficer JANICE KAE AACESEN ,,.. VIIVE REET AARMA ...... .....Hamju!on ..,.fll1li11I1to11 MARDELLE ABRAM ............ D05 Wtuinex DONALD DUANE ADAMS., ,Hfjrantl River LYNN ADAMSON .,....,..,. flleuifvlwis, Twin. MARY ALICE AECERTER .,.. Iles Plaines, flll. DAVID ALLAN AFEELDT .,.. JAMES XV, AKERS .........., CARY E. ALBERTSON .... .. KARL ALDINCER ...,.. JANET ANN ALEXANDER. .. ..CcIlar Rafvitls ,,7l"L'St Lilwftw' ...Clvarlcs City' .....,..Clarim1 ........QillJc'ft SLIZANNE ALLBAUGH. . .,...... EH'lH1L'lSl71l1'g HAROLD ALLISON ,.LL.......... Springville JANE ALLISON ..,...L....., Kenilworth, 711. CAROL DANESE ANDERSEN ....... momzze LINDA ANDERSEN ...... ,. ..Cedar Rapids JOAN M, ANDERSON ............ 7-Iiawatloa KAREN LEE ANDERSON ,.... KAREN SOPHIA ANDERSON. .Omal1a, Nelzr. .lll11L'O1I'l, mass. CLENDORA ANDRE ...,..... Qrunrly Center DAVID A. ANDREASEN., .,,. ..,Ringsfed ROBERT LYMAN ARDREN .....,..., Denver MARVIN L. ARKOVICH ..,.. ...Sioux City JANET LYNNE ARMSTRONG ,.... Joliet, flll. SALLY JEAN ARNOLD ...,.. LESTER C. ARTHERHOLT. ,, DAVID ALLEN ASHBY ....... , ..,. Newton ......'Waterloo , ..... Elliott JUDITH ARLEE ASHBY ,...,... ...... E lliott NANCY IRENE ASI-IER .... Sflaencctady, N. 37. SUSAN ASP ..............,.. ,.6UtI1ISlO11, flll. Liberal Arts enior The things you havc to go through to get a book! Liberal Arts enior Deep in thought! PENELOPE ATKINSON .,..,,.. 7'VtII7flCItC, 711. PATRICIA L. ATTEBERRY ............ Lfeon HAROLD WILLIAM BABBIT ,.... Dos Moines RICHARD BABL .,..,......,..., Rock Rapids JANE MARIE BADER ..,, ...Iowa City RAYMOND RALPH BACLEY. . ,Cedar Rapids ALAN BAILEY ......,........... 'Wastainqton BRUCE BAILEY ..,....... ...... '14 'asbingion WILLIAM R. BAILEY ....... BARBARA ANN BAKER .... MALINDA BAKER ..,....... .Rock 7sland, 711. ,.....,..Cr1rIisIc ,....Cresco ROBERT LAVERNE BAKER ........ Uowa City REBECCA LEE BA RELS ..... .........Carro1l SUSAN FRANCES BARRICKS ,..... Sioux City SHEARON LEE BARRY ........ Cedar Rapids BETTY ANN BARTA ...,..,..., Cedar Rapids RICHARD H. BARTLETT., MARGARET KAREN BARTO NANCY BASS ,...... ....... JARED OTTO BAUCH ..... FRANK L. BAUER, IR., Edge-w SONYA LEA BALIRER ...... .......DyersuiIIe .........7tflarion . .... jefferson ,. ..QIadI1ro0k ood Arsenal, Wifi. ......7owa Talls JOSEPH OMAR BEACH ,.,.,....,. Ostzaloosa MARILYN K. BEAMS ..,. CAROL BEANE ...,,,.. BETSYE FRANK BEATLE. . . ROGER E. BEERMANN ..... CHARLES M, BEETNER .,.. LINDA C, BEKEMEIER ..., DAVID CYRIL BENDA .... ....7oum City .,. . .Iowa City Des Wloines ..,.'We5t 'Union . . . .Burlington ...,.Elfiora . . . , .Collins SHARON ELAINE BENFER ....,.... Qarrison NANCY PHILLIPS BENNETT ...... Davenport JON F. BERCSTROM ......,.,.,...,. Spencer LINDA LOUISE BERRY ...,.... Tort Wlatlison CAROL ANNE BEZANSON ........ Jowa City STEVEN WACLER BIANCO ..... 7I'IdS01l City DAVID L. BICE .,.,...,......... 'Woodward MICHAEL S. BIRD ...,.,.,............ fTarna OLINE ANN BJONERUD .......... Dalmque JUDITH ANN BLACK,.Oklal1oma City, Okla, ROSEMARIE BLAKE ..,. ...,'Waverly BARBARA SUE BLANK .... ..... g jary, lnd. BARBARA J. BLEZEK .... JAMES J. BLOMMERS .,,. BEATRICE A. BLONC. JOYCE ELANE BLLINK. THOMAS F. BOBBITT. ARLENE JANICE BOHL .,...... ROBERT BONTRACER. ROBERT H. BLAZEK .... .... . . ..,. Randolph SHIRLEY MAE BLOME ..,, Cedar Rapids . . . . .Newell . . ,Iowa City . , .... Cresco ... .... Tort Dodge ......Sidney Narlrle Rock ....SWellman JAMES EUGENE BOOTHBY,...RoCleford, Illl. D. KEITH BORCHART ....,....., flowa City LANA ANNE BORIN ...... Highland Park, 711, LOUIS I. BRADFIELD ......... Tucson, Ariz. WILLIAM BRANDENBERCER .... Danville, Qlll. ANNE ELEANOR BRANDRLIP...Clvar1es City ROGER K. BREHM ,................. Newball RICHARD J. BRIAR ........ ...... WI onona MATHA ANN BRITTON .,....... Sioux City FREDERIC HANSEN BROCK ........ Qrinnell ELIZABETH A. BROOKS ......... Jowa City FRANK L. BROWER ......,......., .Ceigbton DALIREL RAE BROWN ....... East Moline, Ull. PATRICIA ANN BROWN .... Leawood, Kans. CHRISTOPHER BRLIBAKER ........ Beffenflorf CHARLES T. BRLIES ...., Downers Qroue, Ull. DIANE G. BRYAN ................. flejjerson SARA ELIZABETH BRYAN ..... Arlington, fan. DENNIS JAS. BULGARELLI ...... ilowa City JANIS BULGREN ....,,........,... alnamosa DORIS JEAN BULLOCK. .Santa Monica, Calif. JOYCE MARIE BURCII ,...., Cryslal Lake, 1111. MARGARET BURGER ,.... .... BARBARA ANN BURKE TT .... LAWRENCE DEAN BURNS, .. BARBARA BUSBY ...,.,...,. WILLIAM BUSHAW . .. JAMES BLISS ......,,.... JANET ANN BUSSAN .,.. .Cedar Rapids .B1'1jIISl7i116', 711. .4..'We11man .,.,'Wafer10o .,.,..E11yewo0d .Cedar Rapids ...Qa1ena, 711, SANDRA KAE BUTLER ..,...... 71'lar511a111own ELISABETH T. J. BUTSCHI. .,...... J1namosa ROY G. CADWELL . ,.,..... ,....Carpenier JOHN HARRISON CALHOUN 711, Dundee, 711. KENT ROMAINE CALKINS.. MICHAEL T. CALLAN .,.. DAVID L. CAMPBELL ...,, ,. . Jawa 1Fa11s , .Cci1arRapii15 ,,,.,..Oxforri DOUGLAS G, CAMPBELL .,...,.... a1n1cc11y LYNDA L, CAMPBELL ....... XVILLIAM XV, CARHART ...,.. DOUGLAS CARLSON , ..... . THOMAS JOHN CARPE ...,.. R. JERRY CARSPECKEN... LINDA JEAN CASTELL .... JIM R, CESSNA ....,,,.... SUSAN E. CHANNER ..... JERRON JO CHENHALL .... , JUDITH A. CHERVENY ,... NATALIE J. CHILTON .... SUSAN L. CHRISTIANSEN.. ........LIaare1 fI1m1iSo11, N, 31. . . . .Davenport ,.I7cs Moines ....,4f,JKlR1l11lf1 ..,,..1:rli1Iit'1F1 ,..Q1m1iav1o1a ,.,...Ba5sel ... .Bettcndorf ..,..Clutier ..,.S1jIO1lT1lE:Y ..,.,..Dufant MELINDA CLANCY ........... Council 131141315 DAN FREDERICK CLARK ...,..... Oe1wein JAMES FRANKLYN CLARK ...... Sioux City LARRY L. CLAUSEN ................. Niles KEITH IVAN CLEARWATERS ........ Marion JOHN B. CLINE ............., Yakima, 'Wash NANCY JANE CLOSE 4...,..... Evanston, 711, MARION ANSLEY COAD ...,...... lfEf11ar5 LARRY GENE COBB ..,.,....... Iowa City MARILYN ELAINE COLLINS ,...... Crc'5C0 STEVEN L. COMBS ..,......... fwolivze, 711, HELEN MARY CONNELLY ,.....,.,.., Tifffn CAROLE LYNN CONNOR ,........ Qlcnwood ELEANOR P. D. COOK ..... Rock J5land, 111. SIDNEY ALAN COON .... .. .,.JIinswortI1 MICHAEL COONEY ...... fl. NIIJHYIIH, Und. KAY CORCORAN ..........,.,. 71ItiEIJL'l1U'C7lCL' JOHN DELANO CRAVEN ........ QVI1L'ffI1'lgCY' JEAN CATHERINE CREMER .....,,., Cflllfllll' MARY E. CRETZMEYER .... .,.. 7 OLUII Cifj' THOMAS H. CROMXVELL ......... Btl7'I1'TlI1IOY1 POLLY ANN CROSLEY .......,...... Eldom KEMLYN KAY CROLISE ..,,.,... Clem Lake IOHN CRUISE ....,...., ..... 7 Vmlwington ELAINE CUKLANZ .... .... E silvemillc NANCY ELLEN CLIRRIE ...,....... Odelwolt JOHN L. CURTO ...,....,,. 7'Iu'la.fcIpIn1'a, Pu. LINDA BETH DAHLCREN .v.,... Des 7Woine5 CHARLES MICHAEL DAHLY ,..,.... Decorah KENNETH MAX DAINS ,.... ..... K coleuk JANICE CAROL DAINTOIXI. . Jlomcwood, Jll. JOAN MARIE DANDL .....,...,. Town City MARTIN A, DANIELSON ....,. Sl, Louis No. MARGARET DALITREMONT ...... Davenport LINDA ANN DAVIES ...,,.. ..,. 7 own City KEEVER L. DAVIS, IR. ....,... Cedar RLIIJILIS LARRY CENE DAVIS ,............., Clinton THOMAS D. DAVIS ..........,,.. Si4101n'n4'Y CHARLES LEROY DAVISSON ..,.... .F1Ifl'fIL'IfI IAN DECKARD .....,...,., Jmflnvzafvoliw, Und, Liberal Art enior Wfho says the home cc dupartmum has a monmpoly on dishcs Liberal Arts enior The SUI Iibrary contains Iitcraturc in many languages. KAYE MARIE DENNIS ......... Center Point NORMAN KENT DENZIN ......... flown City LYNN DEW ..........,.,.. ,... O skaloosa LAELINA D. DE WITT ....,, .... WI uscatine HOWARD LYNN DICKEY .... ,...,7Iflarion KAREN RICHARDSON DIEHL .... Davenport ROBERT JOHN DIETRICH. BARBARA NOST DOLAN ALLEN O. DOLEZAL ..., KATHY LEIGH DONHAM, KLIRT A, DONNIER. .. SLISAN DONOHLIE ,...,, JLIDITH LEA DREWS .... NORA LEE DLIFFE ,.4.. A. JEAN DULL ,,... . PATRICIA ANN DUNN SALLY L. ECHTERNACHT MERRIE JO ECKEL ...,.., DENNIS C. EDER ..,..., DALE ROY EDXVARDS ..., ELAINE JOY EDXVARDS .. .....Cedar Rapids ,..,..EfsIvon ., .... Jowa City ..,... . .flown City ...iowa City . . . .Muscatine . .... Davenport ...'WiIto11 JCI, ,. . . .1QeWIar5 ,. ..... Red Oak .,.,...TorI Dodge .,,...SIveIby ...fPo5IviIIe .. .flmes .. ..,NortI7w00nI JOHN DAVID EFFERDINC .... ,,. .Dulvuque JO ANN ECY .,.....,,... WILLIAM H. ELLIS ....... XVILLIAM E. ELLWANCER, EMILY ANN ERB ..,... .,. JAMES A. ERB ...,....... . JLIDITH L. ERICKSON .... JAMES LEROY ESMOIL. ,. CAROLE ANNE EVANS ..,. . ..... 'Wintemef .....FofI Dodge III ..,..,. Clinton .Rock Yslanri, 711. ............FIoyd .. ..Df1uenporl . . . .TIfIu5cf1tine . ...Kr'aIeuIe NANCY JOYCE EVANS. . . .. SNZANNE EXVOLDT ,,.. . . XVILLIAM G. EYRES, JR. ..... . GEORGE XV. FAHLGREN ,.... KENT FALB ...,.,..,,,. BRENDA C. FAUSS .... .. LOUISE FAUTSCH WYLENE KAY FEICK .... E. RONALD FEINTECH. ... SHARRY LYNN FEINTECH. .. PEGGY ANN FELTON .... GARY L. FERGUSON ...., .. NANCY AILENE FILES ,... ALAN H. FISCHER .......... JOHN RANDOLPH FISHER.. JUDITH KAY FISHER. ..,.. . KAREN FISHER .....,.,.. MICHAEL R. FITZGERALD. .. DENNIS READ FLATLEY . . SUSAN DIANE FLINK ...., . . .Peoria, 711. .. .Elririrlge El Paso, Texas .. .. . .Danville ...flqin .. .Slaenandoala ....Dulvnque ...liridgewaler ...Des Moines ....Aurorr1, flll. ...Des Moines .. . ,Sioux City ..Cedar Rapids Hfreelvolfl, N. .Oalzlanrl Calif. ..Omnge City ......Clvariton .....7owa City .. .Des Moines Nkoclzfonl, Ull. LINDA Lou FLOREY ..... Eafjranye Park, 711. GEORGIA ANN FONKEN. .. ......7ouu1 City JANICE MARIE FORD ,....... DORTHY DIAN FOX .. KATHRYN V. FOX . . . . .. RICHARD L. FOX. .. .. ...Qeneseq Jll. ........Odel2oll .. .lQuQmnqe, Jll. .. . . .Polls City CLAIRE FRANK . ...,..... Qreat Neck, N. W. PATTI A. FRANKLIN, ........ ...Slvenancioali MARY KAY FREE .................... 7-linton THOMAS EDWARD FRIEDEN. . .RWe5f 'Union JOLENE B. FRIEDMAN ........ Council Blnfls STEVE GADD ..,....,...... DOROTHEA DIANE GALER. NANCY LYNN CALVIN. LAWRENCE J. GANNON ,... DONALD G. GARDNER.. EVAN DON GARRETT .. NANCY GAYLOR .,.. .iowa Cilv BETTY A. FRITS ............. JEANINE BALDXVIN FULLER. .....Tort Dodge .....7owa City ...ML Pleasant ...mslvemeld ....Colfux .River Rouge, Mielv. ...Sonlll fnqlislv .. . . .'Wol11erlv CHARLES WAYNE GEARHART. .7-Iopkinton GARY GENE GERLACH ........,.. Si. Jlnsgur DORIS ANN GERLING ..,......., 7Vlf.'oIiaf10IfS DONNA J. GHERARDINI. .Hiqlwlamf Park, III. DAN GIBSON .....,.... GAIL GIBSON . ,....,. ,. . . . .Osceola .liellcndorf SARA B. GILCHRIST ,.... ...,.. D eniwn DIXIE GILDERBLOOM .......,. JAY MICHAEL GILLETTE ,...... BEVERLY ANN GIMRE ..... TOM D, GINGERICH ..., Pfeasamville .flown City .. ..fN'e1ulon Hjowu Cilv CHLOE JEAN GISONDI ...,.. Park Torcst, 711. DIANE KATHLEEN GLASER 4.,.., For! Dodge BARBARA GLASSBLIRNER ....,, JANIS LEE GLATTLY 4,., . .. RICHARD K. GLATTLY ...... .mlifaslvingion .Mount 'Vernon .fI'IU11nt Vernon NANCY GLENN ,...,...,..,..... Town Citv NEAL DENNIS GLENN ..........,. Iowa Citv GOLDYNNE BOOTH GLICK ..... Des Noincs MARGUERITE C. GLYNN ,...... C1711-m1o, fIII. ERNEST R. GOERES .,.,,, ....,. I Uwrsuillc HERMAN B. GOLDBERG ...... Ilctroxl, Jlialv. MICHELE Z. GOLLOBITZ ,........ ID1lI7HLl1lL' CAROLINE IIOWEL GOODBAR. . .Buvlingfon JOAN KATHRYN GOODMAN ..,.... fI'IaII1'11I JAN GORDON ...... ...., I .Luim Rupnfm HELEN F. GOSCH. .. ......,... Slwldon JOAN GOSENBERG ...,........... Jawa City CARL GOSLIN .,......,.... SIIAIIHIIVIIJIUII, DUI. CAROLYN J. GOTTSCHALK . .. .....Perr'v BERNARD B. GOLILD, JR. ,,.,. Bvlmom, Nasa. EMILY C. GRABALI .. .. ..,. ..,... B oonu ERWEN GRABER ....,.. .... C fmwfordsvillc KATHLEEN ANN GRAF .,,. JANIS KAY GRAHAM .... PAM GRAVES ............ JLIDITH ANN GREENFIELD ....., HARRY MAX GRIGER .......,.,. NANCY B. GRITZ ...,..... HAROLD K. GROUXWINKEL. . .Co ....:IOll'11 Cilj' . .'I'1"atev'Ioo .,..Qv'1amv H7-Imnplorz Des flfoinus .Jcwwu Cily Iumlfus jd. LOIS ELAINE CRUND .... Iles fIIoiucs STEXVART E. CUTHRIE ..... ..,. J Iiami, Fla. JUNE ELLEN HAHERKAMP, .. . . . .,Fux'rluu1Ic PATRICIA A. HADDY ..,........... fI'If1r'c1uJu AARONETTA HAMILTON. , ,N flslvvillu, LTCIIII. JAMES COOK HAMILTON ..... I11IIvpcr1IIc11L C ROBIN LYNN HAMILTON. . .. SANDRA GAY HAMLIN ,...., ...Sioux CIM' ...SIIj1'n, JII. JEAN MARIE HAMMANS ....,.. ,... L cfIImf DONALD JOHN HANNEMAN .,..,,.. Truim: ROSE MARIE HANRAHAN .... CHARLOTTE MARY HANSEN. .. . FUTI DOIILJL' ...Slomz Luke JAMES E, HANSEN ,....,......,,... Denison LOUIS L, HA NSEN .,..... ,..,.Dc'Ii'ilf MARY LOUISE HANSEN ,.., .,,,. 7 own CIW SHERRILL LEE HANSEN ..... Xdwaruisville, 711. KEITH V, HANSON .........,......,,. Delhi PAT HANSON ...............,..., Aleda, 711. STEPHEN LESTER HANSON ...,, Eagle Qmuc SARAH MARIE HANUSKE ..... ....71'11te1'I0u JACK EUGENE HARMON ......... Muscatine CHARLES S. HARRIS ,....... Onltewulv, Tenn, IVON PORTER HARRIS .,...., Clmflmm, N. J. KAREN RAE HARRIS ..,.,,,.... .7IfIL1YSLH1IIIOII'II XVARREN OXIUEN F, HARRIS. LINDA HAUSER ,.......,., ROBERT BRUCE HAVENS .,.., . . .Des 7IfI0im'5 ..,.7fI1IIL71l . . . , ,Clinton M. DEBORAH HAWKINS .......... Towa Cily DONOVAN M, HAXTON, JR., ...Wlnsovz Cilv MARY E, HAZARD .....,,,..,...,. Town Cih' Liberal Art enior Wfas ist das? or sc-vQraI hours a week are well spam IU the Ianguagc Iaboratorics Icaming thc correct pmnuncntlon Liberal Arts enior The Highlanders form the traditional isle as Hcrky and the yell leaders gruct the Hawks mnning onto the fliulcl, JOHN DAVID HEEFNER ..., PAMELA SUE HEEREN .... JANICE HELC-EVOLD ,,..,. .,.......Clm'ioil LANCE XVILLIAM HELLMAN. . . MELANIE ANN HELM ..,....... LINDA ROSE HELT ........ , . . .JIIHIHIOSAI .,fl'l0Ii11U, flll, .. .SDZIULIIIPOIJ Ilflmsballlown , ..,. Rowley DOROTHY E. HENDRICKSON...,T1kIfiI1m1, 711. JULIE HERMAN ...,.,....... Rock Uslami, 711. I.. SUE HERR ......,....... . PHOEBIE LINN HEWLETT.. HENRY THOMAS HEY .... . PAMELA SUE HIBBS ,....... TERRY BRUCE HILLEMAN ..,. THOMAS XV. HILLS ...,.,.. ......,Keotlz . , . ,pmizcroy . , . , 'li'l1lurIuu .Das 7I'I0im's .fllL1l'5llfl1llOll7ll .. Umm: Cily JAMES V. HINRICHS ,... .. .7lfllYSU1l1'f 'Ifallvv JOHN I.. HINTERMEISTER .,,,. ...fllmllzlirzc KAREN STOHR HINTERMEISTIER. .fllimlztinu GEORCIANA HINTZ .,... ,.,,. HOXVARD H, HINTZE ..., DONNA HIPPI2 ,.,..... THOMAS HLUBEK .,. ... ., JANE ELIZABETH HOBART. LORNA GRACE HOELSCHER. ., JOHN HOEPNER ........., ,. .Oclxvein ...,.Ncwlmll ...llurliulitorz ,. . , .lflxnlmi .. .Luka Cilx' ,. .Jawa Falls ...Milllziwrilvovl XWILLIAM LEE HOEVET, .. . .KEJHIIJVOIL Nelvv, CHARLES E, HOFFMAN ,,,,.. Rock Jslcmll, 711. CONNIE JENENNE HOESTAD .,,..., Qlilldcn PATRICK HOGAN ...........,,..i 701011 Cilv STEVAN ARTHUR HOLM ....,. CCIIIIV Rapids MARILYN JEAN HOLMLUND .... fIll15on Cily SONDRA HOLMSTROM .... ..,Tort Dodge BARBARA HORN ,... ..... ,... 4... I D a newport MARY ALLENE HRONIK ..,.. Oxford TJIHICIIOH EUGENE J. HUBKA ,.,...,. MARTHA JUDITH HUGHES XVILLIAM E. HULBARY ,... EVELYN KAY HURLBUT. ., KATHLEEN MARY HURLEY.. ROGER XV, HYATT, JR. .,.. SHARON RAE IDEKER ..,. XVILLIAM CHARLES ILIFF.. ANNE INGLES ...,,.,..., GARY ROBIN INGRAM ,.,.. KENNETH W. INMAN ..... ..Ccdar Rapids 'Des flloirzcs . ..... 1101011 Cify ,.,..fl0im1 Cify ,.,.,7o1m1 City ... ..., Oilimzim . . , .fI1vr'ri11 .....Camm1c19e .......,.T11u1r1 .....7oim1City . ........ j-Kllllfl THOMAS LEONAR IRWIN, JR. ....... Eldon: RONALD PAUL ISLER. .New Work City, N. W. LOREN JOHN IVERSON ,.,. . ,. ,. ,Iowa City GARY LEE JACK ..,,........ ......... P atom MEREDITH C. JACKSON .......... Town City JOSEPH JACOBSON ..... .. . PETER E. JACOBSON . .. Brook1yn, N. W. ..7Vlar511a11town JULIA L. JANES ......... ,......., A von, 511, PHYLISS M. JANSEN .......,, .....,,.,Su11y SALLY LOUISE JANSEN. , .'Wa51vi11g1on, D. C. JILL ANNA JANSSEN ..... Downers Qrove, 1711. SUSAN JAY ,....,................ Offumwa CHARLES A. JENKINS .......... Cedar Rapids JERALD NORMAN JENSEN ....... Lone Rode DEAN JOHNSON .,..........,. 7126175161 City HAROLD JOHNSON . .. .... Northwood JEAN ANN JOHNSON. ,..... ....... f airfield JOYCE L, JOHNSON .......... Oak Lawn, 711. JUDITH A. JOHNSON .... Ea Qrange Park, 511. JUDITH ANN JOHNSON ...,,.,.,. Olfumlvu KAY JOHNSON ......,.,.. ..... J Iuiin PATRICIA JOHNSON ,... .. ...,. fHa1vr1rdc11 HARTLEY P. JOHNSTON. .. KAREN LEA JOHNSTON ..... LYNN RICHARD JONES ....,. MAYNARD C. JONES, JR .... .........,1111ii1 .TWGSI lfilverlw' .Council Bluffs .....Iiur1i11g1o11 NANCY CAMERON JONES ..... Council Bluffs FAYE JORDON ........,.... ROBERT MALIRICE JORDON MILTON E. JORGENSEN. ,. MICHAEL PATRICK JOYNT. ... .ZaureI, Wlisx. ...,,EmmetsIm1g .,..,....,O5age .....De5 Moines ROSEMARY ROSE JLILIANO ...... Cicero, 711. XVILLIAM JOHN KAMPS .,..... SHARON LEATRICE KARR., LYNN HELEN KA RSTEN ...,... DANIEL RAY KEANE .... XWILLIAM J, KECK .......... JAMES M. KELLEY .....,,.. GAROLE IRENE KENNERLY. ROGER D. KERR, ..4...., .. CAROLYN JANE KESICK, .. BETH I. KESTERSON ....... RONALD DEAN KILZER .... KAREN LLIE KIMBERLY .... ENID KIMZEY ........... PAUL LA VERNE KING .4.,. XVARREN L. KING ......,.,. JON KINNAMON .......... JOHN PATRICK KIRCHNER. LINDA K. KLEIN ,,., 4......... HELEN KLEINHESSELINK ...,.. JAY KLOPFENSTEIN ......, SHEILA NAN KLOPPING ....... JACQLIELYN KLOTZBACH JAMES DEAN KNOKE ...... MORRIS KNOPF ....,. PHILIP H. KOHLER ......, VICKI KOKJOHN .......... ROBERT M, KOLTERMANM ...,DuImquc Omaha, Nelvr. .Mjda Qroue ..,..7lf'iIIiam5 ..,Em'IviIIe ,.....Lfe7Vlm5 ..'Des f'IIoi11es .. ,. .7Vu1aeIlo .....CIvicaqo, JII. ,.IJes Moines .....HornicIe ...Beflendorf ......fI'IiI0 .. .Boone ....Ei4an, 711. .,.....7oim1 Cily ... ..,KeoIeuI4 ,Mlowu City .Omnge Citv .,,-II'tl5I7I1II1I01I . .Underwood ,. . . . .Keokuk ,..7owa City ....KeIIoqq .Keivunee, flII. ,...,Fm! Naiiisori ........Red Oak KRISTIN LOUISE KOONTZ ....... BurIi1lgI01l EDITH MAY KRAMER. . .'Ii'e5iern Springs, 711. GERALD HERMAN KRAMER PAUL ROGER KRAMME .... ....,.7I1oIine, 711. . . . . .Des Moines ELIZABETH ANN KREBILL ...,..... Montrose ROBERT M. KREAMER ...... GENE ROLLIN KREKEL .... .. . , .Des Moines .. ...Burlingion NELL XV. KREMENAK ..... MARY ELLEN KRINCEL .4.. CAROL LEE KRLIEMPEL .... BARBARA ANN KLIMPF ...... ELIEAN DOROTHY KLINDEL. JERRY Z. KLITCHER .......... ANDREW ANDREJS LACIS. ., PREBBLE ANN LADACE ..,.. .Rock Uslmui, fill. LAURENCE C. LADWIC. .,., . TOM LA LLY ............ CANDACE LAMB ..,.,.. DAVID C, LAMBORN ..,..,., DARRELL ROGER LARSEN. . . ROBERT K. LARSON ....,.. VICKI DIANE LARSON. .. MARILYNN I. LATTA .,..., BETTY MAE LALIRIDSEN. .. R. HANSON LAXVTON .,,,.,, CHARLES F. LEBEDA, IR. . . .. DAYTON WALTER LEEK . .. DENNIS B. LEEPER. ,. CHARLES M. LEIR .,........ RONALD DEAN LENZ ,,,.... LOIS BARNLIM LEVALLEY. .. CARMEN LOUISE LEXWIS ,,... ERVIN HLICO H. LEWIS .... MELINDA ANN LICHTY ..... JON R. LIEBENDORFER ..,..,. ,. .Town City .. iowa Cily .. . . .71f"aIIL'nu . .. .fI1c1q1wIceIu ..,... .71'aICo!I ..,.Sioux Cify , . , . .BurIi11I1Io1I .. ,'WesI 'llnion .......CIi11I0n ....IJU5 7I'I0ir1es .. . , .Posixvillc ......!ludulv0n ....f'I4eIIiap0I1's ...fI'In5on City .. .'Wn5I1inglon .Carroll .. ff, ?I'111di.vo1z . .Lmirzr Rapids ....7Wa11cIwexlcr . ,. .7IfIOl'fIS01l .....IJavU11pmI . .New !QumIo11 ..,,...fjowr1'e ....Sc1cff1'IY .....Jowr1 OI3' ,..,. flffztevloo .Orm1l,na, Nclvr. MARTHA ANN LIENEMANN ..... Spirit Lake LARRY JOE LILLARD, ..,............. jollcy Liberal Art enior The University promises us that this muddy mess vI1II omg day be thc LIni0n's accommodations for visitors and aIumn1 Liberal Art enior A maze of books . I . a mass of information, in our Univer- sity Library, ANNETTE LINN ,,.... MARY LOCKWOOD .... .. JIM XV. LOEGREN .,.. NANCY LOOMIS .... JOAN M. LORENZ ..,. LYNN LOUK , ..,..... NEAL LANE LLIKER ...,, SHARON L, LUTJEN. ,. CAMILLA M. LYON .... SANDRA LEE LYON .... CLARENCE LYONS, JR KAREN MACK .......... SANDRA JANE MACY, . .. MARY ZENET MAHER .,.. I DIANE MAJERUS .,,..,. JACQUELINE MANKA ..., . . RONALD F. MARLIER ..., JOHN PAUL MARSTON. .. XWILLIAM R. MARTHENS ..... ERIC K, MATZ ...........,.. NORMAN C, MASKE ...... SUSAN HARRIET MAST ..., PAUL XVILLIAM MATHEY .... DIANA MARY MATHIS ...... ....,..S1vcjfeId ,..Rock Rapids ...wiiloonzfeld Clcveiand, Ohio , .Cedar Rapids ,..,.Iioo11e ....,,,FUrfi1C .,..DuS fIloincS .. .. .'1e11crson ....Uxfon1 .....S'iuux Cih' ..,.S1ur'rriLc11:e .,...7oim1Ci1v .. .'Wcsf Iimncli ....f?1lIHLY, 711. . ,Tori fWu.Iism1 ....fII01i1ic,f111, ...ufarllvani ..,.5IIo1inv,711. ...Roc1efov.i,f111, ..,Jowu City , . . . . .71f'atcr1oo ..Ceiiar Rapids .,. . Jawa City RALPH C. MATTHEXWS, JR. .,.f1Iadiso11, N. J. JUDITH MATTHIAS ......,., SUZANNE JO MAXXVELL ..., WILLIAM STEVE MAXWELL.. SHARON K. MAYBERRY ...,.. CLARA MCBRIDE .....,, .,...,.Ncw1on .. ,.7I1t1SO1'l City ...Tipton . . . I . .Jlm1n1o5a ,. , ,Des Moines CONNIE S. MCBURNEY .....,.... Des Noines BRYAN MCCOSKEY .........,.. J-JfVL'l7Sfl3l' Cily JUDITH II. MCCREA ,...,............ Neivell PATRICIA JO MCCULLOUCH ,... fJ10li11U, 711. VIRGINIA D. MCCLIRDY, . . , JAMES P. MCDERMOTT .... XVILLIAM K. MCDONALD , PATRICK E. MCCARVEY, . .. JOSEPH MCCEE ........,. KAROLYN K. MCKENZIE, .. DENNIS ALAN MCKINNEY. LINDA BODINE MCMANIS. MONICA MCMORRIS .... JAMES E. MCPEAK ....., JON C. MCWHINNEY ...,. MIKE J, MCWILLIAMS .... KAREN LORENE MEIER . .. KATHLEEN H. MELAMPY., PAUL CHARLES MERAR ..., LINDA M. MERRILL. .Norllz JAMES S, MEYER .,......., HARLAN RAY MICHELS. .. CAROLE MIDCA RD ...,.... KAREN MARIE MIKELSON. KRISTIN L, MIKELSON .... DAVID LEONARD MIKESH ...., .... ANNE M. MILLER ......,.. BARBARA J. MILLER ....... BARTON COMBS MILLER., KAREN ANN MILLER ....., . , .,.... Denison ,. ,fllason Cifj' . . ..,.. Renwicle ...fI'lasov1 City' Tlflanclvesfer . . ..,.. Baxfer ,. ,. .Das Wloines .7'l01lOl1Il1l, 7-Iaivaii .......,...1fco1z .......Clinlo11 Cedar Rapids ,.,.Oifumivn .. ..... Sunlzury .........,.fIme5 .....Qlenc0c, 711. Penolvscol, fIfIr1i1w ,.,.,-Dt1U61lJJOV'l ........Anamos11 .. Wlaywood, 711. .......'WaIerloo ....7'Vaierloo .Crcsco .....Des Moines Cedar Rapids ,.,..Dcs fWoi1zes ...Town City STEPHEN MARCO MILLER. . .fKaulcauna, 'Wig SUSAN MARIE MILLER ..... ANN LORRAINE MINKNER. CAIL LAVERNE MINNICK.. JANET MARIE MINX .,.,,.. ROBERT D. MITCHELL ..... KAREN MOORE .......,.. RICHARD S. MONTEITHH. SUZANNE MONTGOMERY. DALE P. MOOD ,..,..,.,.. .....Des Wloines . . . . .Clear Lake ....7Vloullon 'Wilmeftq Jll. . . .Osceola .. . ,Russell . . .....,. Jewell .....Cedar Falls . . . ,1e0f1ff0fI1, 711. NATHAN MOORE ..4,. FREDERICK O MORAIN WILLIAM D. MORAN.. CYNTHIA MORGAN ,... DAVID R, MORRIS .... NANCY J. MORRIS ,.... SIIARON Y. MORRIS. ., JAMES MORRISON .... MELINDA J. MOSES .... BARBARA J. MOXVEN.. RICHARD E. MOWEN. . JOHN O. MULLEN .... RUSSELL B. MUNN. .. I.YN MURDY ..,..... JOHN P. MURPHY .... MICHAEL W. MURPHY SALLY MURPHY ....... MICHAEL J. MURRAY. . IIOWARD L, MUSSELL, ,IUDITH A. MUSSER .... CQOSTAS J. MYRSIADES. .. ........7uwa Ciiy ......,..,..Flcffersu11 Columlvus Junclimz .......Quincj',f111. ,, .Slwnamioulw ....'1I'111vpL'1un, N. IJ. . ........ Carmi, 711. . . .I-Mf,f1S17I11f1ILHl ....O1t1m1u'f1 .,..7Wo1ine, 711. ... ...111j.l0IIlI1l111, JII. .....i10tU61 Cily .,...701m1 Cify .. . . . . .2N1E'1l7101l ....,70ll7!1 Cily .. ....... J-ledrick ...f21l111Cj', 711. .......,E0j1l11l ........,Dcs 71fl0inL'S . ..... Kenosha, 7i'1'.x. . . ...... 'Waterloo MARGARET L. NAIBERT ..,..... Cc11ar'Rr1fJiIis ROLLAND C, NAUMAN SHARON K. NEAL ..... MARION M. NEILD .... ARTHUR O. NELSON.. FRANK S. NELSON .... NANCY L. NESEWICH. SALLY J. NICOLAISEN MARIAN S. NICHOLS .... JANE NIMOCKS .... BONNIE J NORRIS... GLENN E. NORTH ..... ....,.,. .Des flfloincs .........7I41."VBr1l01l '1i'ir111ipeq, Cmlmia .... .,,.S1ov'Y CHN . ,...., ..... , K6O1z111e Evergreen Park, 911. ..........Spe11cur . .1Faiv'f1U111 .. ..L!IC1'05St', 71115, ....,...fjri5wo111' .........,Na115ov1 NORA A. NULL ......... Par1ccr5111zv'1j, 711. 7111. JULIE C, OATES PATRICK T. O'BRIEN ..... NADINE N OBLER ,...,.. JOHN Ii. OLSEN, . . .. FRANK OLSON ....., JAMES M. OLSON ........ . ..,...,.. S1vc1mvuicm11 .... ......New1on Efvcrgreun Park, 711. ........fI'1uSca1i11c .......Fm'l 13011110 .71"cst Des ZVUIIICS LORAN L. OLSON ..,.,., MARGARET E. O'NEILL.. ROBERT I-I. OSBORN ,.,. REALFF H, OTTESEN ,... ROBERT j, OTTO ..... GERALD I. OYEN ..,.... BILL L. PAETZ .,........ Cedar Rapids .....,.CIa'fion ,, ,. .Dexter ...,Davenport ....Bcltc'miorf .,...I7uI1uq1sc . . . .Muscatine VERNON SPENCER PAGE ,.... ,.De5 Moines WILLIAM H, PAILES, IV. RICHARD PAPKE ...,.... IOI-IN M, PARKER ..... MARGARET I. PARKS .... DOUGLAS J. PATTON. . , NIKKI PATTON ......... ADALBERT M. PAUL .... ANN PEARLMAN .... DIANE C, PEASE ...... WILLIAM R. PECHA ..... TIMOTHY O. PECK ,..... CAROLIA J. PERKINS .,.. ADRIENNE L. PERLMAN. CAROLYN F. PETERSEN. DAVID XV. PETERSEN .... JAMES XV. PETERSEN .... STANLEY C, PETERSEN. CARROLL E. PETERSON. JILL A, PETERSON ....... ROBERT L, PETERSON. .. XVILLIAM O. PI-IINNEY. .. SUSAN C. PIERCE ..... ....Iowa Cily ....Sf1Iw1,z1f1 ... .Iowa Cifv ....Town Cilv . ..,... Jfurom .. ,t-H',il14'lE'IIC, 711. ,..C1nylo11, Win. ....pIfISI71lY'IjI1, Pu. ,.,..,B1n'Ii11qI0u ..,..Iierwyn, 711. . . . .7VluscaIi11c ...l.:6llH01'II ....Sioux City .........I3uvli11I1Io11 . , . , .Council Bluffs .....,.Rip1uep' . , . .Davenport ..........Rud Oak . .,... Des 5I'foi11e5 .........Nm'Il1Iv0ro grand TIIIYIEIIOH . .. .1Qnfjmnye, 711. Liberal Arts enior This is the way wc wash our clothes . . . Liberal Arts enior Students signcd petitions at the games showing their loyalty to Coach Jerry Burns. CARL E, PINKELE, JR. .... .. GERALD E. POGEMILLER .... CAROL PORTER .......... MARTIN J. POXVERS ..... DON POYNER .,..,. ...'Web5tev' City .. .New London ...Jawa City .....De1mc1r .. fwalerloo GEORGE M, PRATHER. . .. ,... ..7U1,L'rI Cify ROISERTA B. PRESTON.. LINDA M. PRUDHOMME JAMES B. PRUESS ....... LUANNE M. PUHL ,... DOUGLAS XV, PULSE .... HATTIE J. PURSGLOVE. RUFUS D. PUTNEY ,..... JOHN T. QUEEN ...... JAMES R. QUINBY .... JOHN QUINN ...... DAVID RADLOFF ....... ELAINE R. RADLOFI3 .... DAVID RANDALL ..... GAY J. RANDELL ..... RICHARD B. RANKIN .... CHRISTIE RASMUSSEN . . .Oma1wa, Nelwr. fililwaulcec, 'Wi5, . . .Cedar Rapids .. .Waterloo flfiankalo, Minn. ..Sujc'rn, N. 35 .,...I3urIington .......Qrinnel1 .. .Nora Springs ....'WasI1inglon .. .Cedar Rapids ...Cedar Rapids ........Solon ... .Beitendorf Brifigeailla, Del. .. .DefWiH LEONARD T. RAUCH .... Chicago Heights, 711. JUDITH T. RAVNSBORG. MARILYN REED ........ LINDA K. REIDA ........ RONALD E. REIFERT ..... . ......... . . .Turin .....Otlum1va ...lfakc "View . ........ Nusa-aline CAROLYN A. REINEBACK ........ Quincy, 711. THOMAS G. REINSAGER. DOUG RENDLEMAN ..... ..... .'West Liberty . ...... flowa City LAXVRENCE L. RETTIG. .. XVILMA SHOUP RETTIG.. SANDRA REUBEN., 4..,... ..... .fI'Ii11'1ll6 Soulli ,Imtma . . . . .Forest City PATRICK M. RHODES .,... ..,..,.. TI lunciv DAWN M. RICHARDSON .,.,.. Ormilm, Nclzr. LYNN RIEDESEL ,....,, PHYLLIS JANE RIEGER ..., JANET KATHERINE RIES.. ........CEIlIIIOII ,.......7OlII1l City 'W. D05 Moines LEILA BETH RIGGLEMAN ...,.,...... Deloil PHYLLIS RING, ..,...,., . JAMES C. ROBBINS ,,,..,. DAVID LEO RODEWALD. LOUIS MICHAEL ROE .... PATRICIA ANN ROELOFS. ... .Town City . ..... Tort 'Doilqe .. .... ..7Iflas0n City . . . . . .Norway .,,......ReiiOale BARBARA JEAN ROHLENA. ,. . .Cedar Rapids GENE MAX ROHR ,....... RUTH ANN ROSS ..,...,.. MARGARET ANN ROSSIE. GENE ROSTERMUNDT . . . CALVIN RAY ROULSON.. ALLAN H. ROUSE, .. . ,.... Qrinncll ....:IOlUtI City ........flowt1 Cily .. , , .f'I'laH11i1iq ......I-IfVL'SIrII1IiU1l ... .. . . .Jawa Cily JOY ROUSTIO .,,.., .,........,,. K coleulz ROBERT S. RUBIN .... .... 7-I iqlalfmil Park, Jll. NANCY LEE RUBY ,.... .... , ...'WMI llilverlv LINDA J. RUGGERI ...... Cbicaqo 7-lciglvlc, 711. DARRELL ALLEN RUHL .,..,.,. 'ltfelvster City MURIEL M. RUNDQUIST ,,.......... Ntirion MARJORIE NANETTE RUSH ,.,.,.,. Mareizgo JEAN RUSSELL ..........,... .... f Fzliffieltl SHEILA KAY RUSSELL .,.. ...,. K Colzuk KAY SUSANNE RUTENBECK ....,.... Clinton JEAN SANDERS ...,......,.,......, Oriawti NANCY GOODE SARTOR ..... Wlanlius, N. W. RICHARD A. SARTOR ..,. p1'i1'lCL'IO1'l JCI., N. 31. FRANKLIN WILLIAM SAUER ,.,. Central City SUZANNE DELORES SAXWYER. .fIfla5o11 Ci!Y DURWOOD M. SCHEIB ........,.,.. 'Juniaicil LINDA G. SCHNEIDER .......... ifarnlwamvillu HERBERT L. SCHRADER .............. 'Victor VICTOR L. SCHRAMM ..,.. flloorlneail, ftlimz, DAVID XVILLIAM SCHRODY. ..CcI1m Rapids SANDRA SCHROEDER ,.......... Iles 7Hoi11c5 MARY ELLEN SCHULTZ ...,.,.,. Wagon City NEIL H. SCHULTZ ......,....,.,,.,. Proxim: MARGARET ANN SCOTHORN .,... Cfvcralscv RICHARD EUGENE SCOTT ......., flown City SANDRA FAYE SCOTT ....., ...... 'I 1'IniIiv1g1 KARL DAVID SEARS ...., ...,. C adm' falls XVANDA SEELEY ................, pIfY71101lII7 VIRGINIA MARY SELLE ...,.. Park Rxkige, 711. IOHN MICHAEL SERBIN. ,Long Ybland, N, 35 ROBERT T. SEVERA ....,4...... Cedar Rapids GEORGIANA SEXAUER ........,. D05 .7WOI'11L'5 KARILEE FREEBERG SHARPE ........., 1Trm'0 RICHARD SHAW! .4........ RUSSELL S. SHEPHERD ,.., XVILLIAM L. SHERMAN .... XVENDEL LEE SHOPE .... GERTRUDE SHOR ...... DENNIS DALE SHORT ..... ROBERT JOE SHULTZ ..... SAMUEL EDWARD SIBLEY. ROBERT LARRY SIKMA .... GALE XV. SINGLEY ..,.. MARGARET SKINNER ... CARMON LEROY SLATER ...... KENNETH LOUIS SLOWEY ..,. MARILYN W, SMITH ...... MARY ,IEANNE SMITH ..... RAYMOND E. SMITH, IR... STEFFENIE G. SMITH. .. SONDRA K. SMULL .,..... ....,.Z4oScow IEANNE SUSAN SNYDER ....... LARRY ROGER SNYDER .... BARBARA I. SOMAN ,..., MARTHA MAE SONGER .,..,... RUTH SORG . ,.....,,..., .Des fIl0i11e5 ,...IDe5 514011185 ...,.fI1'IIIIlCII . , .701va City ...Davenport 'Webster City ....,Qrcc11c ., .. ,. .Sioux City . .Ocl1ej'cIIr1v1 ....7l4onIton ....Ne1m'on ...Sigourney , . . .Dubuque .. .Qalvas ..,.T1ff111 . . . .Creston ... ,fFl'6't'f707'I .....lIe7IfIars Cedar Rapids Jlniiqo, 7i"iQ. ,fIlaso11 Cifv .... .7I1r1r'io11 SUSAN F. SPAULDING. . .CoIo. Springs, Colo. CONSTANCE C. SPRING .......... Davenfmorl PHILIP C. STACK ..,..... ,,.. 7 own City Jon MATIAS STANLEY ...... Cam Rapfnt XVILLIAM C. STANLEY .... SUSANNE L, STEEI3 ..... ANN STENINCER ...... ROBERT R. STESSMAN .... MICHAEL J. STEVENS ......, LINDA STEVENSON ....,.., ,.....Cur11xuI1 ....I7f11w11jmyf ...,,DL1I7U1lJ7O7'I ....Dcs Noimw .. .Cedar 'Rapids .. .Cedar Rapidg JAMES ANTHONY STEXVART .,.. Des Moines RONALD ALLEN STIECLITZ. JUDY KAY STONE .......,.. GENE LEROY STORHY. .. DONNA SOUCHTON ... DIANNE REID STRAIN ..,.., SUSAN STRATTON ..4..,,.. PATRICIA STURTEVANT ,... VICTORIA LYNNE SUPER. .. .. . .Des L-I'IOI!lt'S . . .7WarQImI1!ou'n ....Llt1RL' 311115 ,,.......FarIcy Rivcr' Fofcft, 711. .. ,'West Branch .. .Cjle1'1vicw, 711. .. ,Tori fWadi5u11 JUDITH A, SUTCLIEEE ............. Jluffufwml JOEL EDWIN SWANSON .... SANDRA LEE SWANSON .... DON REID SWENSON ..... LARRY LEE SXVENSON ...... KATHLEEN L. SXWIFT .,..,. 7 RICHARD L. SWISHER .,,.... CAROL ANNE SYNHORST.. RUSSELL DEAN TABBERT. .. THERESA ANNA TAKEN ..., GENE CVUNNAR TENCLIN. .. LEE SCOTT THEISEN ...... JOHN L. THOMA ,.......,.. JOHN XVILLIAM THOMAS... ..,.Lz1lec CIW ....,7W01iuC, 711, ....fI1Iverl CIW .. .fort fI'lmii5ol1 Vcsl D05 fWoi1n's .. .New Slvnron . .7'1fausa14, 'Wiy .....S!. JJHSJIIIY ....EIfgn'w0oII ....,Burlinqton ....Sioux Cilv ....ColesIvur4 ,.. .Dex Tvloincs Liberal Art enior I3aII is a beautiful season at SUI, and this couple, among many othcrs, Ends time to cnjoy Mother Naturds decorations Liberal Art enior Erostcd car windows are a typical sight in Iowa's cold winter weather. ALLEN PAUL THOMPSON ,..,, .Des Ywoines JOSEPH HORN THOMPSON ,....... Jefferson RICHARD E. THOMPSON ....,.., Slvenrmdoall RICHARD P. THOMPSON. .. LARRY JUSTIN THORSON. .,...RoIm1d ,.. ..,DuI1nz1nC ROYCE TOMSOIX ........,........ 'Waterloo JUDITH ANNE TOOHILL .... Tarnlingfon, UII. MARALYNN ANN TORODE ..,... D65 .7W0in6S RALPH TRIMBLE ,,............. Cedar Rapids JOHN FREDERICK TRAUX ....,...,. 7110110110 PHILLIP A. TRUCKENBROD ....... 'Wintcmet RICHARD A. TURICI ...,....., Pittslvurgh, Pa. GLENDA TURPIN ....,....,,..,..., Lamoni MARILYN DIANNE TWITO ..,.... Pleasanton JACK LEE TYRREL ,...,.,..,...,. Oskaloosa DONALD LEE URBATSCH ............ Osage STEVEN R. UTHOFF .,...... .... 7 own City SALLII: UTLEY, .,....,..., ..,... D nxon, 711. JAMES D. UTT. ,............,.... Burlington MARLINE JOANNE VALLA. ,.7I1iI14'1114IeUE, "WiS. DARYL VANDER WILT ..... ....... P ella CAROLYN M. VANEK ......,..,...,. Naslmm JAMES VAN KLOMPENBURC. , .Ofange City DAVID L. VAN LEEUWEN .....,. Rode 75Ic1nfI JUNE VAN OORT ........... JANIS VAUCHT .,...,.., PHYLLIS ANN VELINE .... ,.. ROBERT D. VERHALEN ,..,. ANITA VIKSNE .,,,..... .. CARLYN FAYE VOCEL. . .. ...Orange Cify .. , .... Monroe ....,,...Jlmes .fake Torest, 711. . . . . .Davenport ,. .Kellogg ANN VOCVT ,....................,. fjf1H1lE11 DENNIS I.., VOKOLEK .......,.. Cedar Rapids LINDA ROBINSON XVALKER ..,.., Uowa City RENO FRANCIS XVALKER .....,,..,... flvoca JOAN CATHERINE XVALSH ,...,,. B1ll'111l1l1OIl MA RY K. XVALSH ,....., CONNIE M, XVALTERS ..,.. LESLIE ANN XVARD ..,.. ,. ,..4,Tari Dodge , . . . . .71'a1er'1ou .,'11"i1me11e, 711. SUE ANN VUATKINS .,.,..,., S1, PIIU1, .?I'11?11l. SANDRA KAY XVATSON. ,.., ROBERT T. WAY, ...... SUSAN XVEBB. , ........ . SUSAN JANE XVEIBLE .,,..., GERALD S. WEINER ........ ,.,.Des flloines ..Qa1es1mv'g, 311. e..UH1insda1e, 711. ...forest Cifv .Rock :151d1lL'1, 711. CENEVIEVE PEARL WEIR ...... ..... I flariou KATHREEN XVEISEL .,...,. 7-1ig1i1ana' Pavk, 711, RUTHANN XVELANDER ...,.,., 'West Iiravzcb PERRY DAVID WELLS, JR, ,......, Tmva City MARGARET D. XVETLAUFER ....,... Oelwein SUE WHITACRE ...,...,..,..., Cedar Rapids BOB O. XVHITE ,........... ....... K eswick JAMES WILLIAM WHITE ,....,. Cedar Rapids JOSEPH ROBERT XVHITE ....,.,..... Spencer JULIE ANN WHITE ....... C1au1a 'Vista, Calif. WILLIAM WHITEIS, III ,........,.. Town City SARA DALE XVHITEMAN .....,....,. flilrmtic DENNIS L. WHITMORE .... 'West Des 5'I'Ioi11es HERBERT A. WICKS, .,e,. ....... 7 own City SUSAN E. WIELAND ..... JACK LESTER WILAND .... DENNIS D, WILKEN .,.,.,. JOHN JAMES XVILLETT ...,. ..,.7Wani11a ....Belie11r1orf .. , , .'I1"es1si11e ..,,.,...fTama ANDREA WILLIAMS ..........,. Des Ylloiues CAROLE ELAINE WILLIAMS ........ Keoleule JUDITH ANN WILLIAMS .......... 'Waterloo NEVIN E. XVILLIAMS. ,...,.... Cedar Rapids C-AY P. XVILLIAMSON ..,... 7"1U1101ll11l, Hawaii BARBARA JEAN WILSON .,....... Sioux Cilw' DIANNE WILSON ...,...,. .... 71 'luscaline JACQULINE M. WILSON ..,.. .. ,Davenport MARTHA M. WILSON .... SHIRLEY M. WILSON .,... DIQANNA LEIE XVINDFIELD. DORCAS ANN XYfOI.I7E ..,.. MARCIA JEAN XVOLFE .... ILIDITH ANNIE XVONDERS. KENNETH E. XVRICVHT .,.. FRANCES A. YARBER ..,.., D. GRACE YOLINC ..,, LAURA A. ZAMARIN. .. LINDA MARIE ZARINC. ..... ....lJe5 flfoines .....Roelafor'd, 711. ...,...flll11u'nett ...liornhmxut ....Oll14mwu ..........f,l1nlo11 .. .Cellar Rzipnls fpnjwlar Bluff, Noi ,. .North Lilferly ....lDes Moines .....Clvieugo, 711, DONALD EARLE ZIQHNDER ..,.,. Ruston, Va. ANDRES CUIDO ZELLWECER .,... flown fiitv Alpha Lambda Delta Alpha Lambda Delta is an honorary scholastic soror- ity for freshmen women. Members must have achieved a 3.5 gradepoint. In April, a joint banquet held with Phi Eta Sigma served as an initiation dinner. ROXV 1: S. Reynolds, I Iiielefeldt, L, Creed, B. Bell, C. Potter. ROW' 2: K. Wfilson, B. Early, R, VanRoekel, C. johnson, C. Cramer, IS. Armstrong, L. Weiner. ROW 3: C. Bigot, C. Officers this year were: Betty Randall, president Linda Beth Creed, vice president, julie Bielefeldt sec retary, Barbara Bell, treasurer, and Carol Borlxorney historian. Shagass, R. Hieronymus, K. Bay, S. Harms, L, Stock ROW! 4 S, Cveissler, L. Barton, C. Sweeting, E, Higgins. wszivwwwf'wmwr4fwwi if lr WH-Ur ml' ortar Board Mortar Board is an organization honoring outstand- ing women students. Each year the women in the junior class vote to suggest members from their class to serve on Mortar Board. These girls must meet a minimum grade point requirement and have leader- ship and service qualities. An annual tradition of Mortar Board is to sponsor a Smarty Party honoring all women students who have obtained a 3.25 grade point, They also hold a leadership banquet with Omicron Delta Kappa in the spring. At this time the new memhers of Mortar Board are tapped. ln janu- ary hiortar Board sponsored a new activity, A panel discussion was held dealing with prospects and ways for girls to travel and study abroad, Serving as ofli- cers were Dorsey XVetlaufer, president, Lynette Murdy, vice-president, Mary Lockwood, secretary, Candy Lamb, treasurer. ROW 1: Maralynn Torocle, Lynette Murdy, Dorsey Wetlaufer Nflary Lockwood Candace Lamb IOXV 2 Judy VlcCrca Nancy Glenn, Sue Wfhitacre, Myra Cohen, Elisabeth Butschi, Rehecca Barels ROXV w Pat Qchmulbach joan Anderson Nancy Files jan Armstrong, Barb Kendrick. , . ROW 1: Allan Maly, jefl Lamson, Larry Prybil, Bob Downer, Mike Carr, Bryan Clemons, ROXV 2: jon Jacobson, Chuck lons, Steve Walsh, Mike McDermott, jack McDonald, ROW 31 Dennis Samuelson, Richard Shaw, Thomas Cromwell, Stephen Curtis. tlmicron Delta Kappa Hob Downer presents SUI Dad of the Year. Omicron Delta Kappa is a men's honorary society. ln order to qualify a student must be in the upper 3505 of his class. He is chosen on the basis of his leadership in his housing unit, in campus activities, and in athletics. The members are chosen by a unani- mous vote of the present Omicron Delta Kappa members. Each year Qmicron Delta Kappa sponsors a leader- ship banquet in conjunction with Mortar Board and the retail merchants of Iowa City. They are also in charge of Dadis Day Weekend activities and the selection of the SUI Dad of the Year. Ar Home- coming weekend Omicron Delta Kappa holds a break- fast for all the former members of the organization. ODK officers for the past year were: Bob Downer, president, Mike Carr, viceepresident, Larry Prybil, secretary, Spencer Page, treasurer. ROW l: R. Dunlap, T. Kern, S, Shank, S, Wfollfen, R, Miller. ROXY7 21 M. Khatibi, S. Cibson, I. Blakely, XV. Orth, E. Toerber. ROW 3: j. Rudd, J. Orris, V. Uthoff, D. Zahn, E. Olson. PHI ETA SIGMA Phi Eta Sigma is an honorary scholastic fraternity with membership restricted to those men with a 3.50 grade point at the end of their freshman year. This year the group sponsored the distribution of "How to Studyw booklets. Traditionally, a banquet is held in the spring at which awards are made to outstanding seniors. Steve Shank served as the organizations president this year. PHI ALPHA MU Phi Alpha Mu is an honorary fraternity which has no formal organization. It is open to socially affiliated college men who have obtained a minimum 3.6 grade point average after 60 credit hours of college work. The fraternity honors the high scholarship that its members obtain and it helps them prepare to give academic aid to the members of their own social fra- ternities and to improve fraternity scholarship. ROW I: David Axeen, Stephen Gibson, Robert Citchell, Charles Dick, Fred Rauscher. ROW 2: jeffrey Lamson, Dennis Briggs, jerry Blakely, Michael Carver, Alan Pechacelc. ROW 1: C. Thompson, E. Chui, E. Babcock, D. Vokolck, D. Kallem. ROXV 2: D. Mood, A. Nadcau, R. Edgerton, j. Gorman, A. Exton, C. Asprey, A. Pipho, H. Bigger. PHI EPSILON KAPPA Phi Epsilon Kappa is a national professional frater- nity for male students and teachers of health, physical education and recreation. The purposes of the frater- nity are to elevate the standards, ideals and ethics of SIGMA Sigma Alpha Eta is a fraternity for speech pathology and audiology majors and others who are interested in these fields. The professional interests of club members are promoted at the monthly meetings by the profession, to afford mutual aid and inspiration to men in this work, and to promote the social life of its members. The fraternity sponsors the foreign gym- nastic teams which visit the campus. ALPHA ETA the presentation of guest speakers such as hearing specialists and public school personnel. Student-faculty coffee hours and the spring banquet are annual events of the club. Margie Neibert was president, ROXX7 1: Diane Glaser, julie Oates, Margaret Naibert, Susan Barricks, Rosemarie Zapf. ROW' 'lg Lois Crund, Dorothy Ablert, Patti Franklin, Ann Cuildner, Heather Brisbin. ROXV 3: Sue Lawrence, Michael Murphy, Adrienne Perlman. it-Y A xii: gl, ,s ROXV I: M. Crandall, J. Peterson, S. Nicolaisen, J. Alexander, K. Donham. ROW! 2: J. Rice, P. Okubo, S. Dorn, B. Nuttall, C. Wfalker, J. Harnmans, N. Fcltus, S. Miller. ROXW 3: J, Dietz, M. McMorris, P. I.aDage, J. James, J, Bussan, J. Sanden, K. Belling, L. VanDyke. GCCUPATIONAL THERAPY C-uest speakers and visits to clinics provided prac- tical experience for Occupational Therapy club mein- bers this year. Money was raised through the sale of craft projects to send several members to the World Federation of Occupational Therapists in Philadelphia. The club's traditional projects are the sponsoring of the Johnson County Home Christmas party and a banquet given by the juniors in honor of the seniors. 0MlCRON NU Omicron Nu is an honorary Home Economics so- rority which has high academic achievement as its goal. In keeping with this purpose, all candidates for membership must have a 3.0 grade average or above. This year, SUVs chapter of Omicron Nu was host to the National Conclave, a three-day conference be- ginning June 20th. This conclave was attended by delegates and faculty representatives from all national chapters. Teresita Hernadez, Joyce Spillane, Linda Davies, Mabel Parsons, Lorna Haelscher, Mohamed Antar. ROW l: L. Moeller, R. Newcomer, E. Atwood, L. Moe, R. Carlson, E. Zoeckler, R. Budd. ROW 2: L. Benz, T. Shea, I. Backer, I, Davis, M. Hoyt, M, Idrees, I McQuaid, T. Irwin, G, Stevenson, T. Holbein, R. Gillette, ROW 3: E. Bassett, M. Miller, j. Jenks, J. Lippincott, R. Nandell, D. Sohvvick, G. Spurgeon, I. Elsea, I. Scholz, j. Klein, J. VanKlompenburg, D. Frein. SIGMA DELTA CHI Sigma Delta Chi, national professional journalism society for men, ohserved the 50th anniversary of the Iowa chapter this spring. Lael Moe was the president of this organization, which included many students, professors, and professionals working in areas concern- GAMMA ALP Gamma Alpha Chi furnishes extracurricular train- ing in advertising for its memhers. The journalism majors provided SLII students with desk hlotters, a service project made possihle through the sale of ad- ing newspaper, radio, and television. Other oflicers: Gary Gerlach, vice-president, Tim Callan and Doug Carlson, secretaries, Eric Zoeckler, treasurer, Mr. Lester Benz, adviser. HA CHI vertising. Gamma Alpha Chi members help in every way possihle to raise the standards of advertising and give recognition for outstanding work done in pro- fessional adveitising. Cele Ferner served as president. ROXV 1: Ellie Lischer, Nadine Godwin, Cele Ferner, Cathy Fisclagrund, Susan Russ, Sharon Hames. ROXV 2: Beverly Becker, Catlaie Starkey, Judi Skalsky, Linda Wfinberg, Susanne Stefl, janet Minx, Georgia Fonken, Marilee Teegen, Marilyn Parizek, Sandy Vas. , if .- 22.91317 it s.pt,,s.Yw N 'TIS' S ,..,,,,uf ROW 1: Margaret Rogers, Suzanne Montgomery, Ioan Anderson, Kathie Swift, Tokiko Fukao, ROW 2: Phyllis Hall, Judith Sulecki, Sharon Proctor, Debbie Ziffren, julie Filbcrt, Janice Suraslcy. THETA Members of Theta Sigma Phi, national professional fraternity for women in journalism, aim to bring jour- nalism students to the reality of professional journal- ism. As sponsor of the Matrix Banquet, Theta Sigma Phi honors campus and community leaders. Officers ALPHA Alpha Phi Omega, national fraternity for former members of the Boy Scouts of America, strives to stimulate interest in the scout system through worth- while campus and community activities. Headed by Sam Sibley and Ivan Harris, the members of Alpha SIGMA PHI for the 1962-63 year include: Ioan Anderson, presi- dent, Suzanne Montgomery, vice-president, Kathie Swift, secretary, Fran Elsea, treasurer, Ian Moberly, archivist. PHIOMEGA Phi Omega maintain the Information Booth at Regis- tration, distribute the pamphlet, HCareers for the Col- lege Man," and marshal the Homecoming parade. Mr. Fred Beebee advises the group. ROW! l: Frederic Beebee, Carl Hansen, Robert Shultz, Sam Sibley, Ivon Harris, Nicholas Welter. ROW 2: Donovan Haxton, Frederick Moore, Al Lodwick, David Hennies, Alan Olcamura, Larry Bailey, Kerry Alberti. ROXV 1: F. Herlces, D. Berge, F. Arnold, P. Cassidy, J. Hegcnbarth, T. Lee, J. Stowell, B. Studnicka, J. Wfagenknecht. ROW! 2: B. Jensen, D. liahnick, J. Greenwald, R. Steiger, B, Melvold, J. Jung, R. Steiger, T. Wilkinstun. ROW 3: C. Scherrer, C. Rix, M. Maynard, L. Kehoe, R. Nylund, J. Cole, F, Parker, A. MacDonald. ROW 4: M. Wfelilting, R. Cueldner, C. Fields, O. Carter, D. Wfhitehurst, S. Stinson, J. Nlcffarten, XV. Harmer. ROXY7 5: L. Ladwig, C Leir, R. Jensen, L. Davis, R. Foster, ALPHA Alpha Chi Sigma is a professional chemistry fra- ternity whose chief purposes are to advance the science of chemistry, to act as a service organization for the department of chemistry and to serve as the social voice of chemistry students at the University. The PHILAM Phi Lamhda Llpsilon is an honorary chemical fra- ternity, The basic purposes of this organization are twofold: the promotion of high scholarship, and origi- nal investigation in all hranches of pure and applied chemistry. CHI BDA SIGMA fraternity has monthly speakers and sponsors intra- mural athletics, undergraduate safety programs and scientific displays. Jaclt llagenharth served as presi- dent. UPSILON Phi Lamhda Llpsilon officers for this year included the following: Ronald Ofstead, president, John Mc- Carten, vice president, Rodney Sung, treasurer, and Duayne Xwhitehurst, secretary. ROW! 1: C. Leir, M. Maynard, CI. Cook, J. Stowell, A, MacDonald, M. Wehking, P. Cassidy, J. Wfagenknecht, T. Wfilltinson, ROXV 2. B. Jensen, C. Rix, D, lierge, D. Xvhitehurst, J. Cole, R. Steiger, XV. Harmer, ROW' 3: R. Cueldner, J. Hegenharth, R, Jensen, C. Fields, S. Stinson, R. Foster, J. Mcflarten. ,ww I .gf M-nw sy---.,....,.,.., S1 DEAN College ol edicine The College of Nledicine was established at the State Uni- versity of Iowa as the Medical Department in 1870. The col- lege meets the requirements of all state licensing boards, and its diploma entitles the holder to all privileges granted medical graduates before such licensing boards. Present Dean of the College of IX4edicine is Robert G. Hardin. Through acts of the Thirty-sixth and Thirty-seventh Gene eral Assemblies of Iowa, indigent patients from all over the state of Iowa are sent to the University Hospitals at public expense. XVith these patients and facilities available the medical student, under supervision, is given training in diagnosis and treatment of many different types of diseases. Graduate work of two special types is offered through the Graduate College. Graduates may work toward a Master of Science in Medicine, or there are special postgraduate courses oflereti that are designed for practitioners and clinicians. RoBi5R'1' C, I-IARDIV Class Officer ROW' 1: Wfaltcr Gower, Wfilliam Finn Donald Butterfield, ROW! 2: Bruce Put cfs, Stephen Curtis, Steven Bauscrman Stcphcn Wfalsli, Cilbcrt Wfessei. Ben Knccht, Robert Cowgcr. Bernard Cahn, james Smith, Denny Boat- ITIZIII. Richard Fox, john Sclilichcr, David Wfail. M....f edical Y . Clll0l' HQ if' Medical students make use of visual aids. I if MARY JANE ADAMS .4.,.,.,,... Nason City JAMES V. ADDY, JR... 'West Caldwell, N. J. ROGER ATKINS ......,....... JAMES EDWARD AUER ,.,..... CASS H. BAILEY .....,... .... RODNEY LEE BAKER ,,........ ROBERT JOHN BARRY ..,...... STEVEN C. BAUSERMAN ...... .....,.jlrnes .. .Qarnauilto Cedar Rapids ...flown City Cedar Rapid5 ...Town City DANIEL ALBERT BERGMAN .......... Harris GORDON BERNSTEIN ,...... HOWARD EUGENE BERRY ,... .fllarsballiown ....,.Bataoia ROBERT MERLE BITTLE .......,. Des Moines RICHARD H. BOBENHOUSE . .. LARRY H, BOEKE ...,.,....,... .... .Earllaarn ...IU-tublvard ROBERT CARTER BOERTH.Bi5rnarck, N. Date. RICHARD LEON BONDI ,.,.... SAMUEL DELL BOVENMYER., ...Davenport ,...Ot1un1wa DON EDWARD BOYLE ...... ........ P erry JOHN ALAN BRYANT ......... . . . .Waterloo RONALD ERNEST BULLOCK .I,. Des Moines DONALD G. BUTTERFIELD .... .Central City ROBERT J. CAMPBELL .,......... Moline, 711. HUGH MCFARLANE CASTELL. ...ufairffeld DONALD DANIEL CASTLE .......... Somers GEORGE CHALLAS ...,.......,. 7Wa5on City JOHN DANIEL CHAMBERS. ,..., Ttfason City JOHN LARRY COCHRAN ....... 'Washington JAMES S. COLE ..,..,......... ...Clown City GERALD JAMES COLLINS .,....... Dulmque BURTON JAROL CONN ..,. ...iowa City JAMES H. COOK ........ ,....,, R oak Rapids JOHN WILLIAM COPELAND ..., ARLO COURTER .,.,...,,...,.. STEPHEN JON CURTIS 4... DAVID S. DAHL ,,,....,. WILLIAM J. DOUGHERTY . , RONALD RAY DUELAND ... R. BRUCE DUNKER ...,..,. VICTOR GENE EDWARDS .. DOUGLAS D, EITZMAN, LARRY L. ERICKSON .. .,..,. .. JOHN H. FAHRNI ....... 105 FRANK FELLOWS. .. WILLIAM R. FINN .,...,. MARSHALL FLAPAN .I.. JAMES R. FLYNN ..,..... KENNETH S. GERWIN. .. JOSEPH ALAN GOSSETT XVALTER E. GOWER ..... JOHN R. HAYDON, JR.. .. ALFRED HEALY ........ HERMAN A. HEIN ....... CHARLES M. HICKMAN. DARRAN N. HUGGINS.. JAMES J. JACOBSON .... NADINE KAY JOHNSON. WILLIAM WAYNE JONES JANIFER MANN JUDISCH DOROTHY N. KELLEY. .. DAVID M. KELLY ......, BARRY EPPERSON KNAPP .... .., HAROLD J. KUEHN ,,.,.. JAMES D. LARSEN ...,.. JOSEPH T. LEINFELDER. HIRAM JOSEPH LEONARD .I ,V .A ,A .I .I .V GUSTAV MINJUN LO ...... EUGENE F. LUCKSTEAD ...,,.,., LYN C. MAKEEVER ......... ERNEST BYRON MA RSOLAIS GERALD JAMES MCGOXVAN ....,. . . . .Keokuk . .'WaterIoo . .Cherokee Torest City ..,.f11arion ... .Oftumwa ...Des Tiloines Northwood Cedar falls .Des flfloines Seneca, S. Dale. .........J-Imes .. . . . .Dubuque .. ,Civic-ago, 711. ,.Cedm' Rapids . .f1'IarsI,vaIIfo1mz .. . . .fIo1oa City ...fort Dodge ...Des fMoi11es .. .Streator, 711. , . , . , .Waverly ......7ndiano1a .....'BufIington ...Des Moines .....Osage .... ....JImes .............JImes Des Moines ....,.TOflIIl1 fwesffeld De'WiH Iiurlingfon Town City . .7-Iolstein ,. , . Jawa Ciiy .'Wyoming . .Daoenporl flown Cilv .Pomeroy JAMES C. MCMANIS .... JAMES C. MERSHON ..... RICHARD N. MILLER ........ .....7own City .....7owa City . .,... Dulvuque RONALD KENNETH MILLER ...,... Clarinda CHERIE JEANNE MOHREELD ......,,. Tania KENNETH JOHN MONSMA. JIM I, MYERLY ,,..,......., HARLAN J. NICKERSON .... DEANE LEROY NOBLETT . .. LOXVELL E. O'CONNOR . .. ..........Pc1Ia ....Dcs 7l4oine5 ..,..Sf. Ansgar . . . . .Cfcsco ...Dversviile DALE R. OIEN .........,.... Siimorc, N. Dale. JOHN XVILLIAM OLNEY ..,....... 7014761 Cifw' MERLIN CRIMES OSBORN. .. .,.... Duivuquv DONALD G. PANSEGRAU ..... NORMAN D. PAUL ........ ROBERT J. PELEGRIN ...... . . .Bronson ...,.CIarcn4L ...,.Daoenpori BRUCE H. PETERS ........... Hgilrnore City CHARLES DEXTER PHELPS ..,...,. rwafcrioo ER CHANG PING ,,..,.,...,.,........ Jlrnes DONALD D. PREUSS . .. ......,. Umva Ciiy NORMAN L. REITZEL ...... Jersey Shore, Pu. JERRY NOEL RINGER .... ...7VIt, 'Vernon ROBERT S. ROSENBERG , .. ...iowa City DWIGHT M. ROST ..,............ Lake City PAUL EUGENE ROZEBOOM ......, Otturnwa T. J. RUNDLE ........................ Paton DONALD LOUIS SALVA ...... Buffalo, N. 35 ROBERT LEE SAUER ...,,..,,..,.. 'Waterloo LARRY ROBERT SEVEREID .....,.. Jvwa CNY WILLIAM DAVID SHEPARD ..... DHS Moines ROBERT W. SHULTICE ......,....., Carlisle CHARLES A. SKAUGSTAD ,....... Humboldt JACOB SWINKIN ........ NOHI1 Befgfn, N. RICHARD J. TESTER ....,,....... Sioux Cily VERNON D. VAANDRAGER ...,..... Slwlolon RICHARD R, VAN EPPS ....,. .Phoenix Jlriz, ROBERT E. VAN SCOY .....,,.,.. Ilown City STEPHEN J. WALSH .... PERRY LEE XVEIGEL ,... GILBERT R. XVESSEL. .. .......,.rIH1E'5 ...fIow1l Ciiy .....,.'Wuverly DENNIS H. XVESSELS ......,... Independents FRANCIS DAVID WILKEN ,,.., F011 Wladi5On DAVID E, WILSON ,.........,.... Coimburg RALPH V. WILSON .....,,..,,. fIflar5lJaIli'own ERWIN M, WITTENBERG. .BiSmarCI2, N. Drlk. l l ROXV l: j. Merchant, XV, Finn, S. Curtis, J. Tinklenberg, D, Crube. ROXV 2: B. Peters, S. Wfalsh, M. Graham, 1. McDonald. ROW! 3: L. Hiler, R. Dimond, D. Stearns, L, Vandefiarde, F. Hahn. MEDICAL STUDENT CDUNCIL Representing all medical students and expressing their interests and ideas is the main function of the association of Medical Students Council. Activities this year included maintaining the student lounge, organizing the annual Aesculapian Frolic, and handling other medical school activities. Officers: Steve Curtis, president, Williani Finn, vice-president, Bruce Peters, secretary, jack MacDonald, treasurer. MEDICAL TECHNDLDGISTS Students enrolled in medical technology are ad- mitted to a twelve-month period of hospital training at the beginning of their senior year. During this period the students receive instructions in all phases of clini- cal laboratory work including lectures, discussions, and 40 hours of actual lab work a week. The student is then graduated with a B.A, degree with a major in general science from the College of Liberal Arts. Major advisor for this group is W. A. Cox. ROW 1: ,lan Helgevold, Melanie Helm, Jackie Ewing, Jan Vaught, Phyliss Jansen. ROW! 2: Carlyn Vogel, Sharon Neal, Gregg Kruse, Judy Stone, Linda Hauser, I 42.2 'liz 631 at ROW 1: J. Chambers, D. Hoyle, R. Tester, j, Haydon, R Bondi, C. Challas, D. XVilson, D. Dahl, D. Rost, C. Reinhard, R. Wfilson. ROXV 2: H. Peters, M. Cvraham, R. johnson, j. McDonald, J. Cossett, J, Cole, J. Wferth, R. Wfinders, B, Reimers, C. Harris, M. Fox, I. Ferstenfeld, R. Brown, J, Wfinner, R. Codwin, J. Merchant, J, Copeland. ROXV 3: 1. Crowell, W. Scott, j. Mcljilce, C Phelps, S. Curtis, C. Highgenboten, L. Dorr, S. jones, B. Cahn, D. Samuelson, D, DuBois, J. Heefner. ROW 4: R. Finn, R. Murlcen, R. Kammer, V. Polich, C, Bailey, C, Skaugstad, T. Spooner, R. Porter, D. Wfall, L. Severeicl, j. Hill. ROW? 5: A. Hassan, P, Cjerstad, j, lrvin, V, Xlifilson, L. Schimmel, T, McCarvey, D. Cruhe, B. Holst, H. Hein, J. Clark, B. Zacherle, S. Wfalsh, L. Friedman, D. Boat- man, D. Phelps, L, VandeCarde. ROXV oz V. Ritzman, J. Cook, C.. Wfessel, R. Atlains, T. Pallidun, j. Turner, j. Tinlclenberg, M, Smegmus, C. jons, R, Congdon, R. Waterhury, R. Madden, C. Hunter, S. Smith, J. Edison, D. Fliclcinger, B. Knecht. Alpha Kappa Kappa, national medical fraternity, functions mainly for the advancement of medical sci- ence, the promotion of good fellowship, and the mutual benefit of its memhers. Heading the medical projects of the AKKs was the annual Arthur Steindler Memorial Lectureship with Sir Reginald XY!atson-jones as lecturer. A series of smokers with guest faculty speakers were also held on Sundays. The traditional "Kadaver Kapersl' spring party, Homecoming party, a Christmas party, and a spring picnic were included among the social gatherings. -M Alpha Kappa Kappa also participated in an active intramural program highlighted hy softball and howl- ing. Dwight Rost presided over the national medical fraternity this year. Other officers included. David Dahl, vice-president, -lohn Crowell, treasurer, jim Studies mount high in med school. Turnerf Sccfcmfy- igma u Nu Sigs schedule an operation of another sort. Nu Sigma Nu is the oldest national medical fraterf nity. lt was estahlished to promote associations and cooperation which help in the preparation of medical students for their roles in society. During the year, the members of Nu Sigma Nu fraternity participated in many programs which include the State University of Iowa intramural sports program. Other activities included interesting and informative after-dinner pro- grams. The speakers addressed the fraternity mem- hers on many aspects of the medical profession and also on many non-medical subjects. Their social ac- tivities included a Christmas party and several other parties which were planned and impromptu. The ofii- cers of the Nu Sigma Nu fraternity included Leo Plummer, president, Merlin Osborn, vice-president, Carl Bisgard, secretary, Richard Miller, treasurer. ROXV 1: C. Bisgard, D. Ploth, M. Osborn, L. Plummer, R. Cardelli, D. Stetten, B. Kennedy, B. Dougherty. ROW 2: R. Hiszczyn- skyj, C. Moore, 1. Ringer, H, Kuehn, J. Wfhite, N. Fiet, J. Carr, J. Wfanlcen. ROXV 3: G. Boisen, l., Lantis, R, Mcffregor, E. Mar- solais, j. Lindholm, J. Lane, J. Hart, H. Lubin, j. Auer. ROW 4: T. Gilbert, R. Dimond, L. Hiler, R. Fox, j. Nizolek, B. Conn P. Rozeboom, j. Burke. ROW 5: M. Croxdale, D. Roberson, D. Abel, 1. Schlicher, F. Duhart, R. Svcndsen, j. Hoepner, R. Heater r ROW' 1: E. Luclfstead, J. Ullman, li. Bruns, J. Kimball, F. Asmussen, P. Donlon, A. Kushner, J. Mclvlanis, J, Addy. ROXV 2: K. Cerwin, M. Clazer, C. Jackson, J. McConlcie, L. Erickson, C. Counts, li. Taylor, J. Young, K. Petersen. ROW' 3: J, Landhuis, D. Wfitt, C Bendixen, D. Wfillfcn, R. Osborn, D, Holt, li. Cameron, P. W'irt::, K. Check, R, Kilzer, D. Butterfield, J. Nickerson. ROW' 4: J. Henry, XV. Shepard, J. Nlershon, XV. Gower, C. Abel, F. Hahn, C. Felton, S. Boverimyer, J. Ceisinger, C. Jones. ROW' 5: D. Kundel, C XY'ait, J. XY'estra, K, Aldinger, R. Cram, D, Kruschwitz, D. Hanson, lf Swenson. ROW' oz T. Hughes, C Kruse, R. Outhouse, Gardner, J. Jacobson, L. Boeke, C. Croote, J, Shalley. P hi B et 21 Pi Endeavoring to produce well-rounded, capable medi- cal men is the main aim of Phi Beta Pi, national medi- cal fraternity. Along with this, scholarship, leadership, and cooperation are established as its goals. The ac- tivities of the fraternity during the past year have included varied intellectual endeavors, sports, social activities and service projects for the community. For relaxation the Phi Beta Pis held a number of parties, J both formal and informal, with the highlight being a i costume party. ln keeping with past tradition the X f " Phi Beta Pi fraternity held its annual party for the children at the Handicapped Childreifs School. They also participated in the campus intramural sports. The officers of the Phi Beta Pi fraternity the past year included: James Kimball, president, David Wilkeii, N'-W ' vice-president, Pat Donlon, secretary-treasurer. Phi Bets DO do somching else besides sing! P h' R h 0 'gm il Wfonder who paints Ben Casey's room? Phi Rho Sigma is one of the national medical fra- ternities at the State University of lowa. lt was formed to afford its members the standards and asso- ciations necessary to produce top-quality medical men. Several speakers have visited the group this year, addressing them on a number of varying subjects. The medical fraternity not only stresses scholarship, . but realizes the benefits of social activities. The Phi . "' Rho Sigmas' social functions this year included their E annual f'Heaven and Hellu party in February and a number of other informal parties, The Phi Rho Sig- mas' participation in all major intramural sports also made up a large part of their activities. The officers of the fraternity included. Daniel Bul- lock, president, Norman Reitzell, vice-president, David Tygett, secretary, Rod Kellogg, treasurer. ROW' 1: L. Cearhart, D. Tygett, D. Bullock, N, Reitzel, J. Swinkin, ROW! 2: C, McGowan, R. Frus, J. Stanley, P. Kohler, M. Richards, E. Pclegrin. ROXV 3: D. Decker, R. Mahoney, D. Tesdall, M, Fieds, R. Kellogg, H. Berry, H. Smith. ROW 4: D. Hug- gins, R. Dueland, D. Rater, R, Friedman, j. Hasbrook, J. Whelan, R. Barry. ROXV 5: J. Madden, R, Pecanowski, J. Wells, R. Shul- tice. R E 2 E 1 5 1 4I9 5 I1 1. , 1 gm E' 9-Q-A 41114-K fem QM pg 1,-ggwfaa is I gggg V 'n If ,mv 1,1 , swf College of Nursing The College of Nursing at the State University of Iowa of- fers a four-year integrated Basic Program, which leads to a BS. degree. There is also a Department of Practical Nurse Education which offers a one-year program. Florence Sherbon is currently acting Dean of the College of Nursing. The goal of the College of Nursing is to train students to maintain, demonstrate, and teach good mental and physical health, and to practice nursing in an intelligent and under- standing manner. Nursing students are taught to appreciate the emotional and spiritual needs of the patient, as well as the physical ones. The nursing students on this campus comprise an organiza- tion called the Student Nurses, Association of the State Uni- versity of Iowa. They are encouraged to participate in extra- curricular activities in addition to activities and organizations that emphasize nursing objectives. DEAN FLORENCE E. SHERBON Nursing enior Candlclit capping Ceremony . , . a highlighl in every nursc'S career. MERYL JEAN AMDLIRSKY.. ALICE V. ANDRE ........ JLIDITH A. ASHLINE ,.., ELIZABETH ATKINSON.. JOAN MARIE BEDINC-ER. NANCY ELLEN BENN .,.. DORIS JEAN BIESTER .,., JLIDITH BOBENHOUSE . .. MYRNA J. BOE ......... JAN BOWEN ,... .Rocbcstcn N. fy. ....,.....!Imes ,.....Keokuk .....Joliel, 711. .. .C-l7d1l9lOll, flll. ....7Wason City , ...... Dixon ...,...Earlbam ..,.ClJic'z1g.1o, 711. ,,.,,.,!Iamoni SHARON LEE BRUNER ......... WH. Pleasant BETTY ANN BRUNS ,.... ,...,...7Vladrid JOYCE MARCIA CARLSON ,....,. Mt. Union MYRA RUTH COHEN ..,....,. Council Bluffs MARIE A. COOK ....,.. ..... R oclfelle, 711. JLIANITA C. COOPER ..... Cherry Talley, fill. SUSAN COOPER ..., ...,....., 7 'Valerloo KAY E. DAILY ......... .... TN 'om Springs DORIS K. DORAN ....,.......,. Des Wloines BERNICE MARY DOYLE, ....., Madison, 'Wis. JANICE LYNN ENESS ,......... .... A mes KAY FRANCES ENCELHARDT ...... 'Waukon KAREN ERICKSON ..............,.. Roland SALLY ERICKSON . ., PALILA ERVIN ..... ... ,. .Jndianola .. .Charles City SARAH O. ESSER ..,........, 'Wusl7i11gton, 711. CAROL ANN EWINC .,.... ,Qibson City, 711, LINDA FARROH .......,.......... Elgin, 711. MARILYN D. FLORIDA ...,... sa. Louis, mo. COLETTE MARIE FOLKERS, ..... ,,., A llison JEAN FURUKAWA ....... SHERYL LYNNE GOOD. . JANET ELLEN GREENLEE . . JO ANN GRIFFIN ........,. SHERYL S. GRONINGA.. SANDRA LEE HANKINS .... ROSEMARY L. HANSON SUSAN HANSOW .....,... 'West NANCY HARBAN .......... MARGARET E. HENDERSON .. . SANDRA KAY HENSEL ...., Hilo, Hawaii ........Ogdcn . .Davenport .....Qowrie ....!1ck1cy ...E1gin, 711. ...."Wupe11o Chicago, 711. .Des Moines ...Sioux City .....Carro11 SARA ANN HARDWIG.!I1buquerque, N. 711ex. BERNICE HOEKMAN ,..... HELEN I. HOLMES ......... MARY HUGHES .... SANDRA BURTON JONES.. CAREY LEONA JORDAN ..... JUDITH ANN KATES ....... ........Pe11a Qalesburg, 711. .......lfenox Denver, Colo. .Qa1esburg, 711. .. ,'Varna, 711. BARBARA J. KENDRICK. , .Chicago 7-Ighls., 711. LINDA KUBIC .................... ELLEN LOUISE KUHN. KAREN SUE KUTSCHER ..... DIANN MARIE LADEN. .. 7ndianapo1is, 7nd. MARY LOUISE LAW ....,...... KATHLEEN H. LEMON ..... .7-Judson 7-lu11, 711. .....7owa City .75reeport, 711. . . . . .Oskaloosa LINDA L. LOCKWOOD..Ar1ington mfs., 711. GAYLE LONG ................. SHIRLEY ANN LOOMIS .... GEORGIANA OLGA MAJER .... JUDITH BOLES MALONE.. SUSIE MEIER ....,... GRETCHEN MOINE . .. VERINE JO NARDINI ..... M. ANN NEBOLA .......... MARY NIEMANN ....... 7-lot JANET ELIZABETH NOET .. ROSEMARY O'CONNOR ... BONNE PAGE.. ....... ... MARY ANN PAULY ............ BONNY LYNNE PAXTON. .. . . .Cy1inder . . ,"Waie'f1oo .C1nicago, 711. Des Wloines ... .Clarion ....'Hamplon .Bloomfeld Cum11er1anf1 Springs, S. Dale. . .... Evanston ....Dona11ue ....7Wo1ine, 711. .Des Moines ...Cedar Rapids Nursing enior Nursing students look forward to the day when they can shed their blue uniforms for the white dress and band of R.N. SANDRA SUE PENNINGROTH ....... Marion JANICE KAY PETERSON ....... ......BriH SUSAN JANE PETERSON .....,..... C1arindn FREDRICK OTTO PHELPS ......... Co1esl1urg DORIS ANN RASMUSSEN ...,... Des Moines DOROTHY JEAN REAY ......... Des Moines JEANNE A. RIFE ,....... ..... M t. 'Vernon ALICE BLAIR RILEY ..,.....,,. Cedar Rapids DIANE P. ROBERTS ..........,.... Dixon, 711. MARGARET THOMPSON ROSEMIER. . .Ames MARY K. RUFE ...,,....,......... Peoria, 711. CARLA RUTH SCHMACKER .... .Des Moines SUELLEN SI-IOOP ......,...,.... Moniicc11o SHIRLEY SIEEKEN ....,,,..... Q randy Center BEVERLY ALICE SMITH ...,...... Peoria, 711. GLORIA MARIE SMITH ..... SHERYL M. SMITH ....... VIRGINIA SMITS ........ . MYRNA SOLHEIM ..,.,.. DONNA MAE TCHENG ,.... KAY M. TENER ..... .. , .....So10n ........Burt ...Jowa City .. . .7:airfe1d .... .De"Witt ...Riverside ALICE R. TODT ............... Raymond, 711. JUDITH VANDER WERFF ,...,. ... .7ndiano1a KAREN VAN DILLEN .... Downers Qroue, 711, MARY ANN VER STEEG ............. Russell LORNA ERNA WILBUR ..... 'Wood River, 711. CAROL ANN WOOLRIDGE ....... flown City SUSAN YOUNGMAN ..,.,... .......flde1 .,.....--v ROW 1: P. Marsh, B. Simmons, S. Bendtschneider, F. Phelps, R. Hanson, M. Halvorson, E. Kuhn. ROW 2: B. Smith, A. Agerbeck, D. Tcheng, I. Kates, I.. losten, R. Holtorf, L. Lockwood, B. Born. ROW 3: A. Riley, C. Harrison, S. Hemstock, M. VerSteeg, J. Cooper, N. Wilson, L. Wetterling, S. Snodgrass, C. Swenson. GENERAL NURSING The General Nursing Students' Association was or- ganized for the purpose of lending guidance, support, and fellowship to all its members. Membership is open only to registered nurses in the SUI College of Nurs- ing. STUDENT ASSUGIATIGN This organization helps the student to identify more readily with the College of Nursing and its opportuni- ties and to keep abreast of the latest happenings oc- curring in the nursing profession. PRACTICAL STUDENT NURSING The Practical Student Nurses Organization was newly formed in February. A constitution was set up which followed somewhat that of the Student Nurses Organization, but which was changed to meet new needs. Formal meetings are held once a month, but many social and informal events take place during the year. A tea for new members was held in February, and in the spring all of the members enjoyed a picnic. ROW I: A. Yoder, R. Neal, C. Hitch, M. Roof, I. Keeler, J, Lau, C. Stahmer, E. Welsh, K. Pringnitz, I Spaight. ROW 2: R. Beck- loff, J. Baril, M. Russell, R. Nix, P. Bender, I. Wyatt, K. Achey, I. Kyle, M. Schmidt, j. Wilson, V. Wfilliams, E. Corbett. rr inns" ti" r 1" r ' arp- 'ef' ROW 1: J. Ahrendsen, E. Anspach, J, Bowen, N. Burlceholder, M. Buswell, M, Cohen. ROXV 2: C, johnson, N. Elsherry, E. Handy, M. Cook, D, Halland, J. Howe, S, Hayward, C, Hay. ROW' 3: 1. Scholtes, B. Kendrick, C. Kemp, C-. Long, ul, Lynch, B. Paxton, S. Mcllrath. IGMA Fostering creative work and emphasizing scientific research in all areas of nursing, these are the dual pur- poses of Sigma Theta Tau, national honorary society for women in nursing, Besides monthly meetings, the Sigma Theta Taus THETA TAU hold special meetings and conduct various projects throughout the year. Two of these are the Christmas dinner and the Niay initiation. These help emphasize the group's importance and responsibility to the nurs- ing profession. STUDENT NURSES 0RGANlZATIO Seeking to promote and maintain professional stand- ards of nursing, the Student Nurses Organization facilitates communication and hetter understanding between the College of Nursing faculty and the stu- dent nurses. Special activities this year included a bridge party, a l'Cider" party for freshmen, and a picnic in May. Officers for the year were: Sarah Esser, president, Sandra Hensel, vice-president, and Kathy Allihand, secretary, ROXV 1: Katlilyn Allihand, Linda Newell, Sarah Esser, Sandy Hensel, Susan Tatum. ROW' 2: Jeanne Cozine, Ann Christensen, Judy Beecher, Janeen Huffman, Jerri-Rae Hook, Marilyn Lindholm. -n-K ,gr .3 ig .f?'15f5ff+ fy.-331. . 1 f W t ir- di 0 Q.. RTI? , uw- "i--'wwargqq Q.-,gr -i f f W av ' , ,-- fggg?ggiws1f1 ' H6 f, . - . ,e V ' , , ga, wig K-wi 'A ,i w Hwy , 'mf.x .,,,, g5I, W y? W gg g gsgm Ly. ,K ' 535, -iLjf5s1f1Afg4,N ,,g 3545 4 a s , ,vw u a 0 1 X . , 1 . six P DEAN Louis C. ZOPF College of Pharmac The College of Pharmacy was organized by a group of pharmacists from the Iowa Pharmaceutical Association in 1885. The College is presently headed by Dean Louis C. Zopf. It is accredited by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Educa- tion and is a member of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. All pharmacy students are automatically members of the Student Branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association. This association promotes the scholastic and social interests of its members and furthers the objectives of the American Pharmaceutical Association. A limited number of fellowships, scholarships, and hospital pharmacy internships are awarded yearly for graduate students in pharmacy. Students holding a Bachelor of Science degree in pharmacy may take advanced work toward M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. STANLEY JOE AAGESEN ......Y... Hampton JEAN CAROL ABRAHAMSON ...... Napleton CARL GENE AULWES ........,.. Quttenberg LLOYD G. BARE ....,.... .... P leasantuille EDWARD PAUL BEAN .... ..... 'W aslvinglon KENNETH MICHAEL BERRY. ........Onawa WAYNE J, E, BROWN ........,.. Ernmefsburg WILLIAM G. BRUECKNER .........., Calmar JOHN T. CAPPER, ................. 'Wellman GEORGE FRANCIS DE BO, . .rf-QS! Moline, 711. THOMAS BURTON DODDS ...... Sioux City CAROL JEAN DUFF ,....... LOUIS EISCHEN ....,..... VAYLORD M. FAIRBANKS. .. WILLIAM FELLOWS ....... THOMAS J. FORRESTER ..... DUANE J. HABERICHTER ...,.. DENNIS DEAN KILLION .... RUSSELL D. KROEPEL ...... THOMAS CHARLES LEHMAN.. JAN ALAN LINDEMAN ...... DAVID L. MAHER ........ MARK ALLEN METTLIN .... JOHN R. OKERSTROM . .. . DONALD E. REHAK ..... THOMAS CHARLES SEIDL . . . DONALD R. SNODGRASS .... JOHN A. SUSICH .... ....... JOSEPH R, N. THOMAS, JR... JOHN S. THOR ......... ..... ROBERT B. TOLLEFSON .... JOHN HENRY TRUE .......,. STEPHEN P. VAN HOUTEN.. RAY KARL WUNDER ....... CARY LEE YARRINGTON ..... ...Sioux City ...Cherokee .. .K-I'Vf1fCfl00 . . . . .Bedford ....'Waierloo .Laporte Ciiy . . . .Red Oak .......7reton Cedar Rapids . Jlurora, flll. .,.f7owa City ......Eldora ..Cedar Tails Cedar Rapids .....,.Clinton ...Washington Tort Flladison . .. . . .Oakland ...flledo, 711. ...jowa Cify Buffalo, No. .Nason City . . . . .Dysart ....'Waterloo Pharmac enior Two heads are better than one. American Pharmaceutical Association ROW 1: Jeannie Duff, Secretary, Dennis Killion, President. ROW 2: jean Abrahamson, Treasurer. joe Thomas, Vice President. The Iowa chapter of the American Pharmaceutical Association seeks to familiarize registered Pharmacy students with the associationis affairs, stimulate leader- ship, and promote the objectives as well as a better understanding of the profession. These purposes are carried out through the use of monthly meetings and, of course, through the use of social events sponsored hy the association. The annual Pharmacy Prize Prom, industrial trips to major cities in the midwest, and the all-Pharmacy picnic highlight the year's activities. All students enrolled in the College of Pharmacy are members of this nationwide organization. Oflicers: Dennis Killion, president, joseph Thomas, Vice-president, Carol Duff, secretary, jean Abraham- son, treasurer. 1 ,...-n-'I Cfouplcs crowd the bandsland L-agcrly awaiting the announce- ment nf Prizc Prom door win' UCYS. null Late spring found pharmacists moved into ip- use their ne w building. av 5 . .,,,,J-f a clisfgfciwzg-nys 5, 53,2 M, ,U ,WW 'kk'-' QM, Maia ww M az. main Iirikiiu' 'f' 55V iwqaisjijhf ,, 1 Ji' 'v:'fr'c5.2caQim x K x J WF ZTQ we-,,. 4, ,K 1 .-w,51 f!g'iL,Qs i55:tf,,: 5 mv ac, AV , 7 ax,cef5f':w'af1iff'- yfv .. ,1a,:.?Nw,a my 3-W5,,2,,, . U ,I .. , J 2smi'41 uf'l5w- y1zi?c2, 'wfT3Ji-F -4 ,,,,.' ,,,, A J L, gfwilfaf' n-+1.fie-frm ci-1 I as A g wc W 'f , 17,1 In addition to Classes, pharmacy seniors work in thc Univcrsity phar- A pharmacy professor carefully weighs com macy. pounds for a drug. American Pharmaceutical Association K c ft ROXV I: jean Abrahamson, Jeannie Dull, Alice Tam. ROW' 2: Kay Bottorfl, lan Clifton. KAPPA EPILON Kappa Epsilon unites women students in Pharmacy to stimulate a desire for high scholarship and to foster a professional consciousness. Carol Duff presided over the SUI Gamma chapter of Kappa Epsilon as the year's activities began with a picnic and the initiation of the pledges in the fall. Other events included host- essing the Pharmacy Homecoming Tea, holding a Christmas party, and attending the Pharmacy Prize Prom. RHOCHl Rho Chi, a pharmacy honor society, seeks to pro- mote the advancement of the pharmaceutical sciences through the encouragement and recognition of scholar- ship. High standards are demanded of members with the view that scholarly attainment indicates the capac- ity of the individual for outstanding achievement in pharmacy. Regular meetings are held to promote scholarly fellowship by bringing undergraduates, graduates and faculty members in pharmacy together, ROXV 1: Helen Nylund, jawahar Sawardeker, Soon Choi, Thaddeus Stevens, Felicitas Licup, ROW 2: john True, john Havener, Stephen VanHouten, David Carew. ln Closing As the last bit of copy is proofread and Volume 73 of the HAWKIEYE goes to press, many mixed emotions are in the air. There is a feeling of exhilaration to think that the results of twelve months work are taking final form. There is also a touch of nostalgia as the ideas of only a few months ago are put in print. Deadlines have come and gone. Within a few short weeks a new staff with new ideas under the competent leadership of Jan Burns will begin work on Volume 74. As I sit here in the silence of my office I find myself lost for words, it is hard for a person to express himself about a job he has done. I took a full-time job, enjoyed it immensely, and now lim having to leave it. Working as I have on this publication for the past four years, and with the people of this university, I am taking much with me. But all is not complete without a chance to say my many thank yous . . . To the staff listed on page 202 for their fine job. To Professor Wilbur Peterson, HAWKEYE advisor, whose direction and support were invaluable. To R. C. Walker, Cvene McRae and Auxier of Southwestern Engraving Company in Tulsa and to Bill Bywater of Economy Advertising here in Iowa City. To Joan Walsh, who designed the cover. To Jim Kent and his crew at the University Photographic Service for the countless pictures they took for this book and to Delores Hogeland also of Photo Service for the queen pictures. To the people who helped write copy, sold pages, helped with photo night, did clerical work and all those other jobs necessary in putting out this book: Nancy Boyd, Sue Hunter, Phyllis Crews, John Aita, Ed Donovan, Nancy Hall, Julie Snider, Herbert Crundwald, Jean Porter, Mary Carr, Joan Weaver, Pat Jaeger, Marty Graham, Kay Hildreth, Barbara Beckman, John Darnall, Dick Fehseke, Pris Fountain, Carol Hickerson, Joseph King, Mary C-race King, Denny Kovacevich, Karen Munson, Darrell Netherton, Doug Shull, Judy Thompson, Micki Kazunas, Sandy Ericzon, Barb Langer, Judy McClelland, Barb Stermer, Darlene Brady, Ida Stanley, Linda Morgan, Hilda Schlatter, Miriam Tomasek, Spencer Page and Connie Hipwell. To the photographers who while not contributing many, certainly contributed valuable pictures: Joe Lippincott, Alan Carter, Bernie Ketchum, Tom Mosier, Bob Finch, Linda Smith, Joyce Birkenshock, Joe Karpasik and Ron Slechta. Indirectly concerned, but of the utmost importance to me is the thanks I owe my parents, Dr. and Mrs. Lester W. Kimberly, who have made my four years at SUI possible. Now in keeping with the theme of OLD COLD I'd like to close with the last verse of the alma mater. We shall sing and be glad with the days as they fly In the time that we spend in thy halls, And in sadness, weill part when the days have gone by, And our paths turn away from thy walls. Till the waters no more in thy river shall run, Till the stars in the heaven grow cold, We shall sing of the glory and fame thou hast won And the love that we bear for OLD C-OLD. KAREN KIMBERLY, Editor 1963 HAWKEYE Aegerter, A Aagesen, Janice, 377 Aagesen, Marjorie, 93, 55 Aagesen, Stanley, 429 Aarma, Viive, 62, 377 Abel, David, 417 Abel, Cene, 418 Abernathy, Teresa, 129, 130 Abnahamson, Jean, 429, 430, 433 Abrahamson, Paul, 348 Abram, Mardelle, 377 Abrams, Ann, 114, 266 Abramson, Linda, 202 Abrons, Elliot, 65, 266, 292, 316 Achey, Karen, 425 Ackerman, Ivan, 252, 369, 372 Ackerman, Janet, 70, 252, 255 Ackerson, Bruce, 214 Adams, Donald, 377 Adams, Mary, 412 Adams, Thomas, 369 Adamson, Lynn, 121, 377 Addy, James, 412, 418 Adis, Donald, 149 Mary, 62, 377 tudent Aniar, Mtmhiamed, 405 Antrim, Richard, 161 Apel, Ann, 78, 130, 226 Appel, John, 82 Appel, Paul, 348 Applegate, Patricia, 86 Ardren, Robert, 377 Arganbright, Mike, 357, 359, 361 Arkovich, Marvin, 250, 377, 292 Armaly, Bassem, 357359, 361, 363, 251 Armstrong, Barbara, 400 Armstr fmg,1ane1, 106, 401, 184, ms, 377 Arnold, C. Kay, 66 Arnold, Fred, 408 Arnold, Kent, 97 Arnold, Sally, 377 Arnold, Vicki, 136, 233 Arredondo, Gaston, 357, 359, 361, 363 Arronsmith, Michael, 117 Arsts, Ojars, 153 Artherholt, Cary, 148, 151, 377, 154, 155, 156 Arthur, Cary. 150 Artz, Susan, 74, 225, 226, 227, 204, 241 Asareh, Richard, 98, 257 Alleldt, David, 73, 377 Ager, Donald, 331 Agerbeck, Anna, 425 Ahrendsen, Jean, 426 Ahrens, Barbara, 66 Aita, John, 73 Akers, James, 377 Albers, Steven, 101 Albert, Dorothy, 404 Alberti, Kerry, 407, 159, 160 Albertson, Cary, 377 Aldinger, Karl, 377, 418 Ales, Larry, 109, 217, 219 Alex, Robert, 109 Alexander, Janet, 405, 377 Allbaugh, Suzanne, 89, 377 Allen, John Fredrick, 101 Allen, Kay, 66 Allen, Robert, 314 Allen, Stanley, 265 Allen, Victor, 243, 160 Alliband, Kathlyn, 93, 233, 426 Allison, Cialene, 128 Allison, Harold, 377 Allison, Jane, 377 Almquist, Theodore, 350 Alter, Harry, 153, 338 Alter, Morris, 98 Alward, Jerry, 113, 242, 248 Ambrose, Sandra, 61 Amdursky, Meryl, 422 Ames, Richard, 371 Amick, Jerry, 331 Asarch, Thomas, 348 Ashbacher, Richard, 109, 277 Ashby, David, 377 Ashby, Judith, 377 Ashby, Linda, 66 Asher, Nancy, 377 Ashford, Constance, 231, 254 Ashline, Judith, 422 Ashton, James, 307, 317 Ashton, William, 360, 363, 250, 307 Ashwood, Susan, 131 Ashworth, Michael, 161 Asinger, Riohard, 77, 233, 256 Asmussen, Frederick, 418 Asp, Susan, 377 Aspland, Lynnea, 143 Asthalter, Jane, 142 Atkins, Roger, 412, 416 Atkinson, Alan, 77 Atkinson, David, 373 Atkinson, Elizabeth, 146, 378 Atkinson Helen Elizabeh, -122 Atkinson, Io, 86, 341 Atteberry, Patricia, 378 Atty, Rose, 133 Atwood, Erwin, 406 Auer, James, 412, 417 Auld, Katharine, 130 Aulwes, Carl, 429 Aunan, Bert, 348 Ausberger, James, 97, 331 Austin, Richard, 117 Avery, Pamela, 106 Index Baker, Robert, 378 Baker, Rodney, 412 Bakka, Richard, 69 Bakken, David, 154 Balianolll, Arnold, 98, 241, 266 Bald, Richard, 357, 359, 161 Baldwin, Jack, 117 Baldwin, Philip, 118 Ball, Eugene, 109 Ballard, Dennis, 211, 212, 214 Ballou, Cynthia, 74 Balster, John, 161 Bamsey, Carol, 134 Banes, Jerry, 346, 350 Banner, Robert, 77 Barbour, Alex, 373 Bare, Lloyd, 429 Barels, Penelope, 130, 240, 253 Barels, Rebecca, 401, 378, 253 Barer, Elizabeth, 28 Barghahn, Diane, 86, 252 Baril, Jacquelyn, 425 Barker, Finances, 251 Barlow, John, 350 Barlow, Michael, 117 Barnes, Carol, 90 Barnes, Paul, 373 Barnes, Ronald, 121, 253 Barney, Michael, 149 Barnhart, Leeanne, 128 Barnhart, Marianne, 130 Barnum, Sandra, 133, 134 Baron, Robert, 98, 233, 235 Barrett, Daniel, 118 Barrett, Diane, 86 Barricks, Lynn, 114, 235, 255 Barricks, Robert, 98, 266 Barricks, Susan, 114, 404, 378 Barron, Garland, 153 Barry, Linda Lee, 78 Barry, Richard, 85 Barry, Robert James, 359, 161 Barry, Robert John, 412, 419 Barry, Barry Shearon, 89, 378 Stanley. 371 Barta, Betty, 378 Bartels, Pamela, 66, 131 Bartholomew, Donald, 337 Bartlett, Richard, 378 Barto, Margaret, 378 Barton, John, 160 Barton, Lonnie, 152 Barton, Lynne, 400 Bass, Nancy, 378 Bassett, Edward, 406, 206 Bastian, Edward, 97 Bastow, Mary, 127 Bauch, Jared, 69, 373, 378 Ancell, Ivan, 348 Andersen, Carol, 377 Andersen, Linda, 377 Andersen, Ronald, 122, 224 Anderson, Alan, 105, 257 Anderson, Carol, 89 Anderson, Dale, 149 Anderson, David. 97 Anderson, Harold, 152 Anderson, Helen Kay, 130 Anderson, James Price, 85 Anderson, Janice, 265 Anderson Joan Marie, 401, 407, 26, 241, 377, 205 Anderson, John Edward, 250, 212,213 Anderson, Karen Lee, 377 Anderson, Karen May, 331, 341 Anderson, Karen S., 377 Anderson, Kathryn, 93 Anderson, Marjorie, 74, 128 Anderson, M, Jo, 135 Anderson, Nancy, 66, 231, 347 Anderson, Robert A., 160 Anderson, Ronald Bert, 110 Anderson, Scott, 113 Anderson, Stanley, 346 Anderson, William J., 149 Andevs ay, Andre, Al Andre, G1 Russell, 154 ice, 42 endora, 377 Andreasen, David, 77, 377 Anixter, James, 98 An keney, Ankeney, Anspach, Gregory, 149 Shari, 128 Ellen, 426 Avery, Stephen, 117 Axeen, David, 102, 403, 256 Ayres, James, 73 B Baack, Bennett, 338 Babbit, Harold, 105, 241, 378, 253, 256 Babcock, Foster, 404 Babiak, Paul, 121 Babl, Richard, 378 Bach, Susan, 90 Bachman, Mary, 146 Bachman, Steven, 343 Backer, Jack, 406 Bader, Jane, 378 Baggott, Barry, 94 Bagley, Raymond, 121, 378 Bahnick, Donald, 408 Bailey, Bailey, Bailey, Bailey, Bailey, Alan, 378 Barbara Helen, 90, 187, 188 Bruce, 363, 378 Cass, 412, 416 Lawrence S., 407, 247, 251, 153, 252, 156, 158, 159, 160, 161, 256 Bailey, Bailey, Bailey, Milton, 152 Theron S,, 217, 219, 315 William, 378 Bainbridge, James, 151 Bair, Howard, 97 Bair, Margaret, 89 Bair, Ted, 314 Bakeho11se, Marion, 151 Baker, Barbara, 122, 378 Baker, John Franklin, 346, 349 Baker, Malinda, 70, 227, 378, 277 Baker, Mary, 61 Bauer, Frank, 97, 378, 208, 210, Bauer, Gertrude, 66, 226, 215 Bauer, Merlin, 373 Bauer, Robert, 118, 331, 337 Bauer, Roger Kent, 113 Bauer, Sharon, 62, 175, 26, 233 241, 246, 252 Bauer, Thomas, 160 Bauman, Sarah, 133, 134, 235 Baurer. Sonya, 90, 378 Bausch, Barbara, 81 Bauserman, Keith, 110 Bauserman, Steven, 411, 412 Baxter, Joyce, 66 Baxter, Patricia, 139 Bay, John, 153 Bay, Kathryn, 90, 400, 224, 233 Bayless, Larry, 243, 160 Beach, Danny, 117 Beach, Joseph, 378, 161 Beams, Marilyn, 61, 378 Bean, Edward, 429 Beane, Carol, 378 212, 2 Beck, John, 252, 331, 253, 337, 343 Beck, Jonathan R., 152 Beck, Paul Russell, 113 Becker, Albert. 153 Becker, Beverly, 406 Becker, Brian, 159, 160 Becker, Larry, 149 Beckford, Patricia, 131, 132 Beckloll, Ruth, 265, 425 Beckman, Louann, 81 Beckman, Robert, 369 Beckwith, Jean, 66 Bedell, Donald, 349 Bedinger, Joan, 422 Beechel, Douglas, 350 Beecher, Judith, 93, 233, 426 Beermann, Roger, 378 Beetner, Charles, 357, 378 Beggs, Sharon, 74 Behrens, Rebecca, 81 Bekemeier, Linda, 378 Belden, David, 98, 266 Belger, James, 337 Bell, B. Jo, 134, 400, 253, 337 Bell, Constance, 89 Bell, David, 58 Bell, Jana, 136 Belling, Karen, 405 Bellizzi, Angelo, 101 Benda, David, 234, ml, 238, 378 256 Bender, Pauline, 425 Bendixen, Charles, 418 Bendtschneider, S. R., 425 Beneke, Donald, 109 Benler, Sharon, 379 Benn, Nancy, 70, 145, 146, 422 Bennett, Edward, 148, 152, 222 154, 155 Bennett, James Paul, 359 Bennett, Bennett, Lorna, 89, 23, 233 Margo, 130, 132 Bennett, Nancy Pihillips, 379 Bennett, Rohlf, 369, 371 Benson, Keith, 331, 277 Benson, Lynn, 131 Benson, Robert W., 94 Benson, Ronald, 58 Benson, Walter, 350 Benton, Raymond, 372 Benz, Calvin, 331, 343 Beren, Bruce, 152, 338 Berg, Jeanne, 114 Berg, Jelfrey, 105 Berg, Judith Carol, 114 Berg, Judith Jean, 177, 187 Berg, Karen, 66 Berg, Stephen, 98, 153, 156 Berge, Douglas, 408 Berger, Michael, 331, 337 Bergeron, Elza, 81 Bergert, Donald, 82 Berggren, John, 102, 151, 314 Berghoefer, Delbert, 153, 154 Bergman, Daniel, 412 Bergsten, Nancy, 89, E, 232 Bergstrom, Jon, 379 Bergstrom, Thomas, 73 Bernstein, Gordon, 412 Berry, Howard, 412, 419 Berry, Kenneth M,, 429 Berry, Linda, 379 Berry, Ronald, 243, 160 Berthouex, Paul, 357 Bethurem, William, 101 Betterley, Joseph, 214 Beurle, James, 348 Bewtra, Satindra, 357, 363 Bextine, Ralph, 243 Beyer, Phillip, 152 Bezansnn, Carol, 379 Bianco, Steven, 379 Bice, David, 379 Bice, Jane, 93, 235 Biekert, David, 331 Bielefeldt, Julie, 400 Beane, Charles, 371 Beard, Janet, 136, 138 Beatle, Betsye, 378, 347, 351 Beatty, Bruce, 58, 153 Beauchamp, Sheryl, 122 Beck, David, 222, 124, 241 Bierman, Jack, 152 Biester, Doris, 146, 4112 Bigger, Harlan, 404 Bigot, Catherine, 400 Birch, Carolyn, 61, 255 Birchmier, Susan, 143 Bird, Michael, 379 Birk, Sherry, 62 Birkeland, John, 94 Birkenstock, Joyce, 128 Bisgard, Carl, 417 Bittle, Robert, 412 Bionerud, Oline, 131, 132, 252, 379 Bjorge, Thomas, 265 Bjornstad, Linda, 81, 235 Black, Judith, 90, 379 Campbell, Lynda, 380 Blackmer, Sue, 78 Blagg, Arlan, 153 Blair, Della, 135 Blake, Rosemarie, 379 Blakely, Jerry, 121, 403 Blakeslcy, Mary, 74, 130 Blakely, Mary, 106 Blanchard, Craig, 160 Blank, Barbara, 379, 347, 351 Blankenburg, Barbara, 143 Blazek, Robert, 379 Blessing, William, 105, 149 Brady, Darlene, 89, 233, 235 Brady, Linda, 341 Braet, Ronald, 357, 351, 362 Braley, Richard, 149 Brandenberger, W. R., 85, 2 211, 212, 213, 291, 314 Brandrup, Anne, 379 Brandt, Paul Amos, 117, 243, 331 Brandt, Paul Charles, 153 Brauer, Ann, 130 Braun, Paul, 118 Braun, Robert, 369 Carlson, Candace, 126, 139, 140 Blevins, Donald, 349 Blezek, Barbara, 379 Bliesmer, Nancy, 134 Bliss, Brian, 349 Bloedel, William, 151 Blohme, Jacklyn, 129, 131, 230 Blome, Shirley, 379 Blommers, James, 379, 216, 219 Blong, Beatrice, 143, 379 Bloomcamp, Patricia, 136, 137 Blosten, Kay, 114 Blough, Betty, 230 Blunck, Richard, 337, 343 Blunck, Robert, 152 Brechwald, Robert, 148, 151 Breckenridge, Charles, 153 Bredall, Mark, 118 Breder, Joanne, 130 Breeden, John, 121 Breese, Thomas, 357, 359, 362, 363 Brehm, Evelyn, 259 Breihm, Roger, 379 Breitenslcin, Jack, 149 Breslaw, Richard, 154 Breuer, Max, 357, 359, 360, 353 Brewer, Donald, 153 Briar, Richard, 379, 265 Brickey, Linda, 66 Blunk, Joyce, 379 Boardman, William, 361, 242, 267 Boatman, Dennis, 411, 416 Bobbiitt, Thomas, 379, 153 Bobenhouse, Judith, 422 Bobenhouse, Richard, 412 Boddicker, Joe, 371 Bode, Janice, 147 Bridgelord, Linda, 86 Briggs, Carolyn, 188 Briggs, Dennis, 69, 403, 307 Briggs, Jack, 372 Bright, Bright, Janet, 70 Karolyn, 66 Bode, William, 117 Bodey, John, 359, 361, 363, 212, 213 Boe, Henry, 73, 213 Boe, Lawrence, 117 Boe, Myrna, 422 Boe, Ronald, 152, 214, 156 Boeke, Larry, 412, 418 Boerth, Robert, 412 Bohl, Arline, 379 Bohr, Joseph, 58 Boisen, Gary, 417 Bokorney, Carol, 70 Bolender, Carl, 105 Bolin, Walter, 346, 349 Bomgaars, Lee, 346, 350 Bondi, Hart, 98, 213 Bondi, Richard, 412, 416 Bonnett, Deanna, 143 Bonnett, Judy, 86, 142 Bonstead, Paul, 346, 349 Bontrager, Edward, 357 Bontrager, Robert, 379 Bri meyer, Eileen, 267 Brimmer, Douglas, 118 Brimmer, Kirk, 69, 217, 218, 219 Bringelson, John, 153 Brinton, Barbara, 264, 341 Brisbin, Heather, 89, 404, 233, 239 Brisendine, Esther, 129 Britton, Barbara, 62 Britton, Christopher, 82, 257 Britton, Martha, 81, 252, 379 Brocavich, Ronald, 292 Brock, Frederic, 69, 379 Brock, Kathleen, 131, 132 Brocka, Rose, 267 Brogan, J-ames, 109 Brogan, Sara, 62, 227, 235 Brokaw, Richard, 331, 337 Bronemann, Jerald, 121, 331 Brooke, Duncombe, 113 Brooks, Elizabeth, 379 Brooks, Gary, 153 Broome, David, 110 Broshar, Ronnie, 151 Brower, Frank, 58, 379 Book, Larry, 350 Booras, Nickolas, 101 Boos, Mercedes, 131 Boos, Michael, 152 Booth, Alan, 65 Boothby, James, 379 Borchart, Donald, 372, 379 Borcherding, Randall, 73 Borchers, Maurine, 331, 337 Borchers, Richard, 121, 252, 257 Borchers, Robert, 121 Borden, Frederic, 350 Borden, Maureen, 114 Borden, Ronald, 98, 224, 256 Borglum, Richard, 359, 362 Borin, Lana, 93, 234, 379 Bork, Byron, 94 Bom, Bette, 425 Bomholdt, John, 85, 200, 211, 214 Borrall, Sue, 74 Boshart, Diane, 259 Bosonac, Stephen, 148, 152, 154, 156 Boston, Ted, 113 Bottomley, James, 148, 151, 154, 155 Bottorfl, Carroll, 348 Bottorlf, Virginia, 433 Boughcr, Stephen, 151 Bovenmyer, Samuel, 412, 418 Bowen, Bruce, 213 Bowen, Janice, 145, 146, 27, 422, 426 Bowman, Charles, 357, 359 Bowman, David, 97 Bowman, Steven, 69 Bowman, Thomas, 113 Boyd, Nancy, 90 Boyd, Patrick, 357, 359 Boyer, Danny, 149 Boyle, Don, 412, 416 Boyle, Nancy, 128 Boyles, Charles, 214 Bradbury, David, 346, 349 Bradlield, Gertrude, 129, 131, 132, 258 Brad6eld, Louis, 379 B rs mwn , Alan, 101 Brown, Alfred, 254 Brown, Anthony, 350 Brown, Carol Ann, 66 Brown, Charles, 148, 151 Brown, Daurel, 379 Brown, Deborah, 131 Brown, Don William, 110 Brown, Gary, 151 Brown, Hollis, 86 Brown, Jack William, 331, 337 Brown, James Alfred, 94 Brown, Janet, 74 Brown, Nancy, 131, 132, 193, 259 B rown , B rown , Patricia Lou, 130 Patricia Ann, 379 Brown, Priscilla, 264 Brown, Richard Carl, 110 Brown, Robert S., 97, 257 Brown, Robert T., 416 Brown, Sara Jane, 130, 226 Brown, Susan, 81 Brown, Terry, 337 Brown, Tracy, 152, 251 Brown, Wardcll, 252, 160 Brown, Wayne, 429 Brown , William Tracy, 346 Brubaker, Christopher, 81, 379 Brubaker, Dennis, 350 Bruce, Carol, 371 Bruce, David, 102 Bruce, Keith, 348 Brueckner, William, 429 Brues, Charles, 379 Bruner, Sharon, 422 Bruning, Richard, 152, 214, 154, 33 Brunk, Tommy, 371 Bruns, Betty Ann, 422 Bruns, David, 268 Bruns, William, 418 Brunst, Carl, 82 Brunst, Marianne, 131, 132, 251 Brunstrom, Pamela, 131 50, 379, 8 Brunsvold, Michael, 346, 349 Brus, Shirley, 251 Bryan, Diane, 379 Bryan, Gerald, 85, 217 Bryan, Sara, 379 Bryant, Carol, 128 Bryant, Elizabeth, 354 Bryant, John, 412 Bryant, Jolene, 235 Brydon, Barbara, 74 Brye, James, 85, 307 Buchheit, Richard, 331, 337, 338 Buchholtz, William, 277, 350 Buck, William, 242 Buckingham, Patrick, 214, 215, 158 Budd, John, 369, 372 Budd, Richard, 406 Budzik, Bernard, 292 Buell, Willis, 371 Bufkin, Michael, 110, 331, 337 Buhmann, Donald, 150 Bulgarelli, Dennis, 379 Bulgrcn, Janis, 380 Bullock, Daniel, 419 Bullock, Doris, 380 Bullock, Ronald, 412 Bulmahn, Priscilla, 93 Bulmer, Jana, 106 Bundgaard, Bruce, 153, 156 Bundy, Robert, 31, 337, 338 Bunge, Christopher, 94, 257 Bunke, Sharon, 143 Bunn, Eric, 153 Bunnell, Danny, 153 Burch, Joyce, 380, 347, 351 Burohett, Robert, 357 Burde, Mary, 74 Buresh, Margaret, 130, 252 Burleind, William, 73 Burger, Margaret, 86, 380 Burger, William, 369 Burgess, David, 149 Burggraaf, Shirley, 277 Burk, Peter, 371 Burke, James Myron, 343 Burke, John, 417 Burkeholder, Nell, 426 Burkett, Barbara, 380 Burkett, Doyl, 109 Burkhart, Lynn, 61 Burns, A. Lee, 152 Burns, Gerald, 359, 362 Burns, Jack Leon, 373 Burns, Janet, 89, 200 Burns, Lawrence, 380 Burns, Richard Don, 346, 350 Burrell, John, 97 Burrell, Richard, 105 Burrichter, Gerald, 331 Burrows, Tom, 372, 253 Burton, Martha, 127, 128 Busby, Barbara, 93, 380 Bush, Barbara, 128 Bush, Shirley, 136, 223, 227, 233, 235 Bushaw, William, 252, 380, 265 Buss, James, 380 Bussan, Janet Ann, 405, 380 Buster, James, 292 Buswell, Mary, 426 Butcher, Charles, 117 Butler, Sandra, 380 Butler, Suzanne, 129, 130, 132 Butschi, Elisabeth, 62, 401, 380 Butterbaugh, Steven, 161 Butterlield, Donald, 411, 412, 418 Butters, Clillord, 331 Bye, David, 151, 154, 277 Bye, Joanne, 277 Byers, Sharon, 89 Bywater, Mary, 106, 354, 226, 234, C Cable, Carolyn, 70 Cacciatore, Mary, 139, 140, 143, 258 Carla, Jon, 250 Cadwallader, Joseph, 153, 155 Cadwell, Roy, 380 Cahn, Bernard, 411, 416 Cain, Linda, 131, 132 Calame, Virginia, 106 Caldwell, Bradley, 110 Caldwell, Janice, 70 Calhoun, John H., 77, 372, 380, 211, 212, 213, 215 Calkins, Kent, 380 Callan, Michael, 204, 380 Callaway, Michael, 121, 217, 219 Calloway, Ruth Ann, 264 241, 220 Calvert, J Camamo, Cameron, Cameron, Campbell ohn, 113, 214 Joseph, 346, 350 Bruce, 418 Karnese, 136, 137, 258 , Bowen, 349 Campbell, Charles, 372 Campbell Campbell , David, 380 , Douglas, 380 Campbell, Eugene, 150 Campbell, George, 149 Campbell Julie, 122 Campbell, Robert J., 412 Canby, Marquis, 363 Canon, Mary, 74 Capouch, Carolyn, 61, 230 Capper, John, 429 Carbee, Frank, 331 Cardelli, Robert, 417 Carew, David, 433 Carey, Alta, 347, 351 Carey, Jerry, 350 Carhart, William, 380 Carley, Carlsen J. Allen, 102 , Kristin, 81 Carlson, Darrel, 204 Carlson , Joyce, 264, 422 Carlson, Leonard, 350 Carlson, P. Douglas, 406, 380, 211 212, 213, 215 Carlson, Patricia, 89, 235, 255 Carlson, Raymond, 242, 372 Carlson, Sheryl, 136, 137 Carmichael, Richard, 117, 152 Camett, Carol, 134 Carpe, Thomas, 380 Carpenter, Carol, 89, 277 Carr, D ean, 331 372 Carr, E. Michael, 82, 402, 250, Carr, James, 417 Carr, Mary, 66 Carrier, Patricia, 62 Carrigg, John, 97 Carruthers, Bruce, 152 Carson, Celia, 130 Carson, Roland, 331 Carson, William, 359, 351, 353 Carspec ken, Ronald, 383 Caistensen, Anthony, 214, 253, 25 Iarter, Alan, 204 Jarter, Fay, 131, 251 C Carter, Barbara, 254 C C .artcr, Orwin, 126, 408, 148, 152, 211, 213, 214,154,155 Cartwright, Janet, 78 4 Carver, Michael, 82, 403, 224, 252, 256, 299 Casady, Carolyn, 66 Casey, Gerald, 109 Cassady, Donald, 346, 349 Cassidy, Patrick, 408 Castell, Hugh, 412 Castell, Linda, 380 Castle, Donald, 412 Castle, Thomas, 337 Castonguay, Willard, 118, 212 Carlett, Judith, 93 Caudle, Raejean, 66, 354, 231 Cecil, Jon, 110 Cessna, James, 380 Chadima, Warren, 349 Chadwick, Ann, 89 Challas, George, 412, 416 Chalstrom, John, 416 Chambers, John, 412 Champlin, Kay, 61, 230 Chan, Kai Chiu, 160 Channer, Susan Chapman, Paul Chapman, Robert, 97, 239 Chaussee, Mary, 81 Check, Kaye, 418 Check, Merrill, 372 Cheeks, John, 152 Chenhall, Jcrron Jo, 106, 380 Chenoweth, Delores, 134, 341 Cherry, Elizabeth, 265 Cherveny, James, 350 Cherreny, Judith, 380 Cheyney, Paul H., 69, 256 Chicoine, Grover, 151, 156 Childs, David, 94 Chilton, Natalie, 380 Chiorini, John, 267 Choate, Thomas, 346, 349 Choi, James, 369 Choi, Soon, 433 Chopek, Mary, 86 , 380 , 160 Chrisinger, Linda, 62 Christ, Mary, 128 Christensen, Ann E., 426 Christensen, Patricia, 331 Christensen, Ross, 350 Christensen, Steffen, 243 Christensen, Thomas L., 369 W Christiansen, George, 359, 360, 362 Christiansen, Janie, 90 Christiansen, Joyce, 133 Christiansen, Judy, 130 Christiansen, Kathryn, 133, Christianson, Michael, 373 134, 225 Christianson, Paul, 252, 371, 153, 154 Christiansen, Susan, 380 Chrysler, Richard, 357 Chuck, Cherrelyn, 78 Chudwick, Susan, 78 Chui, Edward, 404 Church, James, 94, 217, 218, 219 Ciastko, Frank, 373 Cilek, Mary, 81 Cilek, Robert, 110 Cincione, Barbara, 78, 200 Cira, Mike, 77 Cirulis, Maris, 151, 253, 254 Claerhout, William, 242, 372 Claeys, Robert, 149 Clancy, Melinda, 380 Clapp, Peggy, 137 Clapsaddle, Thomas, 113 Clark, Cynthia, 74 Clark, Dan, 94, 380 Combs, Steven Paul, 153 Congdon, Ralph, 416 Coniglio, Joseph, 151 Conkel, Donnie, 101, 160 Conkling, Karen, 90, 178, 184, 227, 233, 220, 351 Conlin, Judith, 89 Conlin, Janice, 89, 130 Conn, Burton, 412, 417 Conn, Jolley, 263 Conn, Russell, 161 Connell, Elizabeth, 233 Connell, Mary, 66 Connelly, Helen, 381, 267 Connelly, Joseph, 267 Connor, Carole, 141, 381 Conover, Beatrice, 142 Conrad, Katherine, 131, 132, 253 Conwisher, Rosa, 130 ,132, 25 Cook, Courtney, 408 Cook, Dave, 373 Cook, Eleanor, 381 Cook, James Milford, 242, 217, 219 Cook, James Hosmer, 413, 416 Cook, Joan, 127 Cook, Joseph, 214 Cook, Larry, 153 Cook, Marie, 422, 426 Cook, Marilynn, 106, 235 Cook, Monte, 150 Cook, Robert, 113, 256 Coon, Robert, 94 Coon, Sidney, 381 Cromwell, Thomas, 73, 402, 242, 250, 376, 381 Cronbaugh, Terry, 148, 153 Cronkhite, John, 101, 372 Crosheck, James, 363 Crosley, Polly, 381 Cross, Jerome, 151 Crouse, Kemlyn, 381 Crowell, John, 416 Crowell, Linda, 337, 341 Croxdale, Michael, 417 Croy, Nancy, 81 Cruise, John, 69, 381 Cuklanz, Elaine, 381 Culbertson, Robert, 373 Culver, Gary, 369, 373 Cummings, Beth, 62 Cunningham, Albert, 331 Cunningham, Kirk, 251 Cunningham, Phyllis, 130 Currie, Curry, Nancy, 381 Lynn, 113 Curtis, Stephen, 402, 411, 412, 415, 416 Curtis, Susan, 61 Curtis, Warren, 357, 359, 361, 353 Curto, John, 381 D Daggett, Duane, 369, 371 Dagle, Paul, 105 Dahl, David, 413, 416 Dahlgren, Linda, 381, 351 Dahly, Charles, 381 Clark, Glen, 109 Clark, James Albert, 416 Clark, James Franklyn, 118, 380, 211, 212, 215 Clark, Kenneth, 153 Clark, Lee, 242 Clark, Sandra, 89 Clark, Scott, 121, 361 Clark, Sheila, 337, 341 Clark, Thomas, 110, 257 Clarke, George, 317, 307 Clausen, Allen, 153 Clausen, Larry, 380 Clausen, Robert, 149 Claussen, Richard, 151 Claussen, Ronald L., 359 Claymon, Allan, 369 Clearwaters, Keith, 372, 380 Clemens, David, 371 Clements, Karen, 61 Clemons, Bryan, 402, 349 Cooney, Michael, 381 Cooney, Michael, 149 Cooney, Thomas, 102 Coonley. James, 372 Coons, Joe, 149 Cooper, Juanita, 422, 425 Cooper, Raymond, 149 Cooper, Roger, 160, 254 Cooper, Steven, 348 Cooper, Susan, 145, 422 Cooperider, Albert, 148, 153, 154, 155 Copeland, Eugene, 372 Copeland, John, 413, 416 Copeland, Walter, 349 Corbett, Elizabeth, 425 Corcoran, Kay, 381 Corey, Walter, 153, 156, 338 Cormaney, David, 331 Cormany, Christopher, 110 Cornish, Benjamin, 331 Corson, Marjorie, 127, 226 Cleveland, Jay, 102 Cleveland, Jerry, 151 Clifton, Janice, 433 Cline, John, 380 Clinger, Charlotte, 130, 230, 253 Corson, Sue, 89 Cortimiglia, Sharon, 106, 23 Corwin, Charles, 97, 232, 33 Cossitt, Linda, 106 Cossitt, Nancy, 81 5 1, 337 Clore, Lawrence, 117 Close, Howard, 97 Close, Linda, 93 Close, Nancy, 106, 380 Clow, Bonnie, 228 Clow, Donald, 152 Clow, Douglas, 152 Cmejrek, James, 259 Coad, Marion, 380 Coats, James, 373 Cobb, Larry, 380 Cochran, John, 412 Cochran, Wilbur, 69, 373 Coe, Aaron, 58, 214, 253, 257 Coffman, James, 105 Coghlan, Robert, 160, 254 Cohen, Myra, 401, 145, 422, 426 Cohen, Patty Herzoll, 331 Cohn, Steve, 98 Cohn, William, 65 Cohrs, Marilyn, 122 Colbert, William, 113 Cole, Elizabeth, 130, 132 Cole, James, 412, 416 Cole, Jerry, 408 Coleman, Don, 151 Coleman, Sanford, 98 Colenso, Frances, 122 Collier, Roberta, 70 Collins, Desmond, 251 Collins, Gerald, 412 Collins, Judith, 74 Collins, Marilyn, 380 Collins, Russell, 346 Collins, Thomas, 105, 277 Cololil, Anthony, 161 Colon, Robert, 69 Colony, Richard, 121 Combs, Stephen, 109, 250 Combs, Steven Lee, 381, 312 Costolo, James, 331, 337 Cote, Suzanne, 106 Cotter, Ann, 129, 130, 230 Cotter, Mary, 131 Cottle, Christine, 133 Cottrell, Karen, 131, 132 Coulter, Charles, 372 Countryman, Joan, 81, 226 Countryman, Karen, 81, 220 Counts, George, 418 Courter, Arlo, 413 Cover, Douglas, 121 Cowger, Robert, 411 Cox, Cheryl, 226, 227 Cox, Linda, 86 Cox, Sherril, 122 Cozine, Jeanne, 426 Craft, Thomas, 118 Craigie, Michael, 153 Crain, Lawrence, 159, 161 Cram, Richard, 418 Cramer, Carolyn, 400, 142 Cramer, William, 118, 242 Crandall, Marylin, 405, 143 Cranford, Harold, 161 Craven, John, 381 Cranford, Robert, 346, 350 Crawford, Russell, 113 Creech, Kenneth, 338 Creed, Linda Beth, 127, 128, 400, 225, 226, 227, 241 Creger, Janice, 131 Cremer, Jean, 381 Crcswick, Robert, 94 Cretzmeyer, Mary, 226, 241, 381 Crews, Phyllis, 74, 127 Cribbs, James, 160 Crider, Larry, 118, 233, 256 Crim, Clillordine, 66 Critz, Boyd, 373 Dahms, Joyce, 351 Dailey, James, 359, 372 Daily, Kay, 42 Dains, Kenneth, 381 Dainton, Janice, 251, 381 Dalen, Susan, 62 Dallenbacb, Robert, 117 Dalluge, Rebecca, 131 Dalmasso, Gary, 160 Dalton, Thomas, 85, 314 Daly, David, 332, 338 Damon, Patricia, 130, 132 Dandl, Joan, 381 Dandy, Darrold, 153 Danforth, Jerry, 150 Daniel, Phyllis, 130, 132 Daniels, Denver, 332 Danielson, Martin, 69, 202, 381 Darling, Dorothy, 93, 233, 255 Darnall, John, 118 Damer, Thomas. 109 Daubenberger, Rex, 152 Dautremont, Margaret, 381 Davenport, Carolyn, 253, 267 Davey, James, 151 David, Judith, 62 Davidson, Jerome, 101 Davies, Linda, 405, 222, 223, 2 230, 381 Davis, Anne Britton, 106, 235 Davis, Charles, 371 Davis, Clive, 268 Davis, Donna, 142 24 , Davis, James, 73, 405 Delay, Sharon Louise, 74 Demuth, Catherine, 70 Dennis, Kaye, 226, 241, 382 Dennis, Richard, 161 Denny, Nancy, 89 Denoma, Michael, 299 Dent, Joe, 332, 342 Denton, Mary, 129 Denzin, Norman, 382 Derr, Barbara, 81, 225, 227 Dessel, Joan, 137 Dessel, Julia, 137 Dethmer, Judy, 90 Deutsch, Phillip, 154, 292 Deutsch, Stephan, 65 Devick, Larry, 69 Devin, Jerry, 346, 350 Devine, YVi1bur, 149, 156 Devoe, Lisa, 86 Devoe, Mark, 314 Dew, Robert, 101 Dewitt, Dennis, 349 Dewitt, Laeuna, 382, 265 Dewitt, Robert, 151 Dibbern, Janet, 131 Dick, Charles, 118, 403, 232, 238 256 Dickerson, James, 113 Dickey, Howard, 77, 382, 212, 2 Dickinson, Dianne, 62, 228 Diehl, David, 3499 Diehl, John, 97, 238, 256 Diehl, Karen, 383 Dierks, Diane, 176 Dietrich, Robert, 382 Dietz, Judith, 405 Dillingham, Nathan, 151 Dilworth, Curtis, 161 Dimond, Richard, 415, 417 Dirlam, Karen, 89 Distelhorst, John, 234, 238 Dittmer, Larry, 151, 337, 338 Dittmer, Thomas, 118, 233, 239 Dixon, Margo, 2.30 Dochterman, Carol, 142 Dockstader, Carolyn, 137, 235 Dodds, Thomas, 118, 232, 429 Dodge, Ronald, 153 Dolan, Barbara, 383 Dolezal, Allen, 382 Dolezal, Donald, 357 Dolin, Guy, 253 Donaldson, Dianne, 143 Donlfiam, Kathy, 405, 382 Donlon, Patrick, 418 Donnelly, Dwight, 121 Donner, Kurt, 382 Donohue, Susan, 74, 382 Dooley, Michael, 58 Dooley, Michael, 369 Davis, Jimmie, 150 Davis, Judith, 128 Davis, Keevcr, 381 Davis, Larry, 408, 381 Davis, Richard, 118 Davis, Sandra, 268 Davis, Thomas, 101 Davis, Thomas, 381, 210, 216, 218, 219 Davis, Victor, 292 Davisson, Charles, 381 Dawson, Craig, 152, 217, 219, 156 Dawson, William, 113 Day, Ronald, 151 Deacon, Pamela, 122 Deantona, Joseph, 292 Debo, George, 429 Debo, James, 105, 160 Deckard, Jan, 381 Decker, David, 419 Decker, Jay, 102 Decker, William, 152 Decoster, Richard, 152, 154 Decouvreur, Gilbert, 251 Dedic, Lumir, 349 Dedmon, Howard, 350 Deegan, William, 159, 160 Dehl, Robert, 110 Deitchler, Linda, 93 Deitchler, Roy, 118 Dekock, Donald, 150 Dekock, William, 346, 350 Delaat, Jacqueline, 61 Doolittle, Margaret, 139, 140, 143 Doran, Doris, 422 Doran Michael 101 Dormer, Robert, 160 Dorn, Sharen, 405 Dorr, Larry, 101 Dorr, Lawrence, 416 Dory, Kermit, 337, 343 Dougherty, Richard, 292 Dougherty, William, 413, 417 Doughty, Barbara, 62 Doughty, Reed, 372 Douglas, William, 73, 257 Dow, Ellen, 228 Dowey, Jill, 2.30 Downer, Robert, 402, 232, 252, 369 372 Downey, Theodore, 343 Doyle, Bemice, 145, 232, 422 Doyle, Joe, 357 Drahozal, Michael, 332 Drain, Michael, 150 Drake, Sandra, 136 Draper, Ronald, 160 Drennan, Kay, 61 Drewis, Rutli, 147 Drews, Judith, 70, 354, 382 Drish, Steven, 308 Drozdowicz, Peter, 308 Druivenga, Alan, 153 Dryer, Stephen, 150, 247 Drzycimski, John, 151 Dubois, David, 416 Dueland, Ronald, 413, 419 Dull, Carol Jean, 429, 430, 433 Duff, Judith, 78 Dull, Richard, 372 Dullfe, Edward, 152, 338 Dulle, Nora, 382 Duhart, Fred, 417 Dulin, John, 77, 233 Filean, P Dull, jean, 65, 382 Dull, Michael, 369 Dumann, Virgil, 357 Dumbaugh, Fred, 372 Duncan, Pamtala, 130 Duncan, Patricia, 122, 233 Dundee, Gary, 346, 350 Dungan, Carol, 131 Dunham, Sherrie, 249 Dunker, Richard, 413 Dunkerton, Martha, 81 Dunlop, Diane, 70 Dunn, Diane, 130 Dunn, jamesc, 102 Dunn, Michael, 110 Dunn, Patricia, 61, 382 Dunscombe, Larry, 350 Dunshee, Donald, 94 Durbrow, Leslie, 106, 235 Duro, john, 349 Duroe, Linda, 90 Dustin, james, 332, 338, 339 Dutcher, Anne, 251 Dwyer, jill, 139 Dy1ho11, Philip, 160 E Eagle, Anita, 62 Earl, Wilber, 121 Earley, Nancy, 139, 140, 143 Early, Barbara, 70, 400, 223, 227 Easter, james, 243 Easter, Nancy, 66, 332, 339 Easton, Francis, 110 Eaton, Eloise, 253 Eaton, Glenn, 332 Ebert, john, 316 Echternacht, Sally, 106, 382 Ecktard, Edith, 122 Eckel, Merrie, 382 Erbe, Suzanne, 139, 251 Ericksen, Mary, 90 Erickson, Charles, 105 Erickson, Ellen, 89 Erickson, judith, 89, 227, 382, 255 Erickson, Karen, 422 Erickson, Larry, 413, 418 Erickson Erickson Michael. 348 I Sally, 422 Erickson, Sharon, 131 Ericzon, Sandra, 62, 224, 2 30, 234, Feuer, Fr ances, 137 Fialta, Nancy, 264 Ficke, David, 97 Fielder, Michelle, 90 Fields, Clark, 408, 268 Fields, Mark, 419 Fiet, Norman, 417 Figenshaw, james, 372 Figenshaw, William, 152 Fi1hcrt,ju1ie, 89, 407 aul, 69 Frederick, Robert, 97 Fredrickson, Nancy, 106, 234 Free, Mary, 383 Freeman, Virginia. 134 Freese, james, 250, 299 Freeve, Katinka, 251 Frein, Dean, 406 Freitag, Robert, 118, 242 French, Pamela, 61 French, Philip, 151, 213 Freycrmuth. Charles, 113, 312 246, 249, 252 Ervin, Paula, 78, 191, 422 Ervin, Thomas, 350 Esch, Carla, 66 Esmoil, james, 382 Esser, Sarah, 145, 422, 426 Estes, Simon, 158, 259 Evans, Carole, 382 Evans, Dale, 151 Evans, jarolcl, 118 Evans, joann. 131 Evans, joyce, 70 Evans, Michael, 110 Evans, Nancy, 383 Evans, Ronald Eugene, 151 Files, Marcia, 106 Files, Nancy, 106, 401, 225, 227, 376, 383, 255 Finch, Robert, 110 Fincham, Sydney, 78, 230 Fingert, Gary, 348 Fink. Teri, 78 Finken, Dwight, 58 Finley, Doris, 253 Finn, james, 113 Finn, janice, 66 Finn, William, 411, 413, 415, 416 Finnegan, Molly, 81 Finneran, Robert, 160 Firestone, William, 151 Frieclen, Thomas, 69, 383 Friedl, Marjorie, 131, 341 Friedman, jolene, 383 Friedman, Larry, 416 Friedman, Ronald, 419 Friese, VVil1iam, 332 Frilcy, Grant, 292 Frimml, Cheryl, 89 Frimml, Gerald, 343 Frits, Betty, 383 Fruehling, Conrad. 58 Fruchling, Eldon, 58 Fruchling, Larry, 242 Frus, janice, 131, 132, 187 Frus, Ronald, 419 Evans, Susan, 66, 227, 229, 253 Everroad, Sue, 259 Ewert, joseph, 372 Ewing, Carol, 264, 422 Ewing, jacquelyn, 415 Ewoldt, Suzanne, 383 Exton, Alan, 404 Eyre, Nancy, 128 Eyres, William, 383 F Fackel, joseph, 369 Fackler, Carl, 113 Faes, Donald, 151, 299 Fisch, james, 154, 155 Fischer, Alan, 383, 292 Fischer, Gary, 317, 363, 307 Fischgrund, Cathy, 406 Fish, Alan, 361 Fish, David, 77 Fish, Miohael, 98 Fisher, Hugh, 292 Fisher, james, 102 Fisher, john, 383 Fisher, judith, 383, 351 Fisher, K aren Rae, 81, 383, 255 Fisher, Sandra, 93 259, 211, 212, Frye, Margin, 86 Fuhrman, james, 361 Fuhrman, Susan, 142 Fukao, Tokiko, 407 Full, Clemens, 346 Fuller, Charles, 348 Fuller, jeanine, 383 Fuller, Patricia, 131 Fuller, William, 312 Funk, Howard, 357 Furnish, Dale, 372, 337 Furnish, E. Ann, 81 Furukawa, jean, 146, 423 Gambach, Ronald, 117 Eder, Dennis, 382 Edgerton, Victor, 404 Edison, john, 416 Edler, Richard, 82, 234 Edlund, Kedric, 149 Edwards, Dale, 382 Edwards, Dennis, 105, 252, 332, 256, 337 Edwards, Elaine, 382 Edwards, Victor, 413 Eells, Donald, 151 Ellerding, john, 382 Eilland, Richard, 82 Fahlenkamp, Terrance, 121 Fahlgren, George, 383 Fahmi, john, 413 Fairall, Patricia, 62 Fairbanks, Vaylord, 429 Falb, Kent, 383 Falb, Richard, 85, 252 Fane, Larry, 292 Fanter, Robert, 110 Fanter, William, 110 Farber, Allan, 65 Farber, Gail, 114 Fister, jon, 58 Fitz, jack, 371 Fitzgerald, Michael, 383 Fitzpatrick, Anne, 81 Fitzsimmons, William, 77, 232 Fladoos, Sharon, 90, 188 Flanagan, Alan, 332, 337, 338 Flanagan, john, 117, 257 Flanery, Nancy, 251, 267 Flanigan, Robert, 102, 149 Flapan, Marshall, 413 Flatley, Dennis, 383 G Gabriel, Bart, 82 Gadd, Stephen, 383 Gailis, Glenn, 308 Galer, Dorothea, 225, 227, 383 Galinsky, Stephen, 98 Gallagher, jeffrey, 97 Gallagher, Robert, 149, 316 Gallas, Richard, 153, 253 Galles, Leroy, 149, 267 Galvin, Nancy, 126, 127, 383 Gardner, Forbes, F Eganhouse, Gerald, 346 Egbert, Thomas, 118 Eggers, Richard, 160 Eggert, Richard, 109, 152 Egy, jo Ann, 382 Ehlers, Eileen, 70 Ehrhardt, Charles, 372 Ehrhardt, Dennis, 73 Eichner, Richard, 357 Eimen, Marvin, 213 Eischen, Louis, 429 Eisele, Robin, 110, 160 Eitzman, Douglas, 413 Ekiss, jean, 354 Elbert, Darold, 361, 363 Elbert, Donald, 292 Elderkin, David, 73 Eller, Stratton, 102, 257 Farmer, Gerald, 58 Farneti,juc1ith, 86, 128 Farnum, Farquar Catherine, 264 Barbara, 131 Farrell, Kathleen, 106 Farroh, Linda, 422 Farwell, Forrest, 332 Fleener, Terry, 353 Fleming, Harry, 212, 213, 161 Flemming, Lorraine, 142 Fletcher, Gary, 110, 292, 316 Fletcher, Robert, 235 Flickinger, Roger, 416 Flink, Susan, 62, 383 Gamble, james, 110 Gamble, Richard, 346, 350 Gambs, Carl, 151, 154, 156, 253, 265 Gamet, james, 268 Gammack, Thomas, 97, 247 Gamrath, Robert, 102 Gannon, Lawrence, 383 Fauss, Brenda, 383 Fautsch, Louise, 383 Fawcett, john, 153 Fay, Daniel, 372 Febey, Richard, 151 Feder, Ronald, 65 Flohr, Linda, 1311, 230 Florer, Sherry, 106 Florey, Linda, 74, 383 Florida, Marilyn, 70, 422 Flynn, james, 413 Flynn, Mary, 134 Garber, Richard, 332 Gardner, Donald, 250, 383, 397 Gardner, Gene, 332, 314 Gardner, james, M., 418 Gardner, john, 109 Robert, 148, 152, 154, 155 Fee, jean, 106, 131, 176, 187, 255 Fehseke, Linda, 106 Fehseke, Richard, 85 Feick, Wylene, 383, 351 Feilmeyer, Robert, 359, 373 Folkers, Colette, 422 Folkers, Herman, 97 Folsom, Vanna, 70 Fonkcn, Georgia, 70, 406, 227, 383 ranklin, 359 Ellertson, Dennis, 316 Ellgaard, Ellen, 351 Elliott, Christine, 134 Elliott, Dennis, 359, 361, 362, 363 Elliott Kay, 134, 253 E1liottjLinda,61 Elliott, Richard, 118, 332 Feintech, Edwin, 383 Feintech, Sharry, 383 Feldstein, Lawrence, 266 Feller, Paul, 117 Feller, Richard, 160 Fellows, joe, 413 Fellows, William, 113, 429 Ford, Albert, 357 Ford, janice, 383, 351 Forkenbrock, john, 149 Forker, Alan, 117 Forrester, Thomas, 429 Forsek, Diane, 147 Foss, Mary, 81 Ellis, Bonnie, 127, 128 Ellis, Melvin, 161 Ellis, William, 117, 252, 382, 256, 257 Ellsworth, Margaret, 81 Ellsworth, Penelope, 122 Ellwanger, William, 382 Elmquist, Ronald, 105 Elsberry, Nancy, 426 Elsea, Gerald, 406, 205 Emerick, Alan, 243, 160 Emry, jack, 332 Eness, janice, 422 Engel, joyce, 235, 267 Engel, Ritdlard, 98 Engelhardt, Kay, 422 England, Daniel, 160 Engle, Sandra, 61 Enke. Gene, 121, 332 Entner, David, 113 Erb, Emily, 90, 382 Erb, james, 382 Erb, Margaret, 90, 228 Fels, Ronald, 332, 337, 338, 342 Felt, Donald, 332 Felt, Wallace, 332 Felton, Gary, 418 Felton, Peggy, 383 Fcltus, Nancy, 130, 405 Fenchel, Robert, 121 Fennell, jeanne, 81 Fennell, Marcia, 81 Fenstamaker, Richard, 369 Ferenczy, Peter, 77 Ferguson, Donna, 74, 235 Ferguson, Gary Loren, 383 Ferguson, james, 215 Ferguson, Lawrence, 289, 292 Ferguson, Winston, 101 Ferner, Celia, 406 Ferren, Philip, 101 Ferreter, Darrell, 213 Ferris, judy, 66, 220, 341 Ferstenfeld, julian, 416 Fetzer, Douglas, 149 Foster, john, 332 Foster, K aren, 138 Foster, Larry, 82 Foster, Robbie, 408 Fountain, Glennys, 347, 351 Fountain, Priscilla, 78 Fox, Dorothy, 383 Fox, Kathryn, 62, 383 Fox, Michael, 416 Fox, Richard Leroy, 411, 383, 417 Francis, Chester, 359 Francis, Vernon, 149 Franck, Lois, 136 Frank, C Frank, D laire, 383 avid, 105 Franklin, David, 357 Franklin, Donald, 212, 214 Franklin, Patricia, 93, 404, 383 Franklin, Stephen, 110 Franks, j ack, 160 Frazier, William, 317, 250, 290, 307 Frederici, C. Carleton, 113, 372 Garelick, Alan, 152, 155 Gares, Vera, 342 Garlock, Elwood, 117 Garlock, Gretchen, 93, 226 Garman, Edward, 149 Garntas, Richard, 153 Garner, Sue, 66, 239, 277 Garrett, Evan, 383 Gartin, Donald, 117, 52, 371, 254 Gartner, Merideth, 267 Garwood, john, 211, 212, 215 Garwood, julia, 93, 220 Gates, Diane, 131, 132, 233, 253 Gates, Robert, 153 Gaudineer, james jay, 110 Gaylor, Nancy, 130, 383 Gcarhart, Burton, 160 Gearhart, Charles, 384, 216, 217, 218 Gearhart, Lenly, 419 Gearmtan, jane, 129, 131, 132 Gebbie, james, 109, 200, 153 Gebhard, Robert, 152, 156, 299 Gee, Philip, 69 Geer, Connie, 61 Gehlbach, Vicki, 86, 130 Gehrke, Delbert, 292 Geisexvite, Lawrence, 150, 156 Geisingenjamcs, 418 Geisslcr, Sally, 400 Ge1lert,Diant-, 61, 255, 341 Gcnsini, Onalee, 61 Gentry, Nolden, 372 Genung, Thomas, 217, 219, 159, 161 Gerard, Evan, 359, 362 Gere, Lowell, 357 Gerke, Bonita, 86, 351 Gerke, Mary Lou, 139 Gerkcn, Gayle, 130, 252 Gerlach, Gary, 384, 205 Gerling, Doris, 354, 384 Gerwin, Kenneth, 413, 253, 418 Gctscher, Edwin, 369 Getseher, Marshall, 371 Getz, Carole, 93 Gherardini, Donna, 384 Giacobazzi, Anthony, 292 Gibbs, Richard, 148, 150 Gibson, Daniel, 384 Gibson, Gail. 106, 233, 384 Gibson, Stephen, 102, 403, 241, 256 Gilbert, Midmall, 152 Gilbert, Thomas, 418 Gilchrist, David, 58, 253, 256 Gilchrist, Sara, 384 Gilderbloom, Dixie, 17, 384 Gosma, J ohn, 85 Gosse, Darrel, 338 Gossett, Joseph, 413, 416 Gotberg, Kathryn, 131, 265 Gothier, Douglas, 105 Gottlieb, Elizabeth, 93 Gottschalk, Carolyn, 204, 384 Gould, Bernard, 384 Gower, Martha, 130 Gower, Walter, 411, 413, 418 Gnabau, Emily, 106, 384 Grabau, Maureen, 128 Graber, Eriven, 384 Grace, Suzanne, 81, 141 Graf, Kathleen, 384 Graflt, Tani, 106, 225, 227, 233 Graham, Clark, 101 Gnaham, Janis, 93, 384 Graham, Martha, 66 Graham, Michael, 415, 416 Graham, Sharon, 74 Gunning, Joan, 81, 227 Gustafson, Mary, 347 Guthrie, Dean, 82 Guthrie, Stewart, 385 Gutz, Dennis, 348 I-I Haack, Gordon, 333, 338, 339 Haas, Ann, 265 Haberichter, Duane, 429 Haberkamp, June, 385 Haberling, Robert, 333 Hachmann, Grant, 109 Haekerson, Neil, 150 Hackett, John, 149 Haddy, Patricia, 385 Hadley, David, 109 Haefncr, Judith, 61, 226, 233, 241 Hagen, Christopher, 85, 256 Hagen, Thomas, 333 Hagenah, Holly, 230 Gildner, Douglas, 85, 257 Gildner, K. Ann, 253 Gillillan, Charles, 372 Gillette, Jay, 384, 212, 214 Gilmore, Gerald, 210, 212, 213, 215 Gilmore, Janis, 81 Gilmore, John, 82 Gimre, Beverly, 384 Gines, James, 58 Gingerich, Tommy, 384 Ginsberg, Janet, 114 Gisondi, Chloe, 384 Gitchell, Robert, 102, 403, 224, 241, 250, 314 Gius, Su san, 277 Given, Robert, 113, 332, 256 Gjerstad, Paul, 416 Gjevre, Barbara, 129, 131 Gjevre, Bonnie, 136, 137, 258 Gladbill, Velma, 127 Glaser, Diane, 404, 384 Glass, Neil, 97 Glassburner, Barbara, 70, 384 Glasscock, Larry, 121, 332 Glassman, Janice, 246 Glattly, Janis, 384, 253, 264 Glattly, Richard, 384 Glazer, Melvin, 418 Gleason, Michela, 78 Glenn, Nancy, 106, 401, 354, 223, 232, 384 Glenn, Neal, 384 Glesne, Robert, 242 Glick, Goldynne, 384 Glider, Lawrence, 357 Gloe, Herman, 105 Glover, Frank, 292 Glovka, Richard, 369 Glowacki, Richard, 346 Glynn, Marguerite, 384 Goble, James, 332 Godby, Gretchen, 130, 132, 347 Goddard, John, 118 Godwin, Nadine, 406 Godwin, Robert, 416 Goeb, Andrea, 62, 137 Goedken, Christopher, 160 Goedkcn, Duane, 332, 369 Goedken, Philip, 372 Gocres, Ernest, 384 Goettsch, John, 161 Goettsch, Larry, 252, 256 Goetz, David, 151, 252, 156 Goldberg, Herman, 384 Goldberg, Richard, 332 Goldstein, Brian, 154 Goldstein, Roberta, 132 Gollobitz, G. Nick, 109, 257 Gollobitz, Michele, 61, 384 Good, Sheryl, 423 Goodbar, Caroline, 384 Goode, Allan, 151 Goode, Donald, 73 Goode11,11e1en, 70 Goodhue, Enid, 143 Goodman, Gary, 160 Goodman, James, 121 Goodman, Joan, 78, 384 Goodsman, Robert, 69 Gorder, Gordon, Gordon, Lauralee, 61 Gertrude, 122 Janice, 384, 277 Gordon, Wayne, 346 Gorman Gorsuch , John, 404 , Billy, 149 Gosch, Helen, 384 Gosenbe Gosline, rg, Joan, 384 Carl, 384 Graning, David, 154 Grassgreen, Richard, 372 Graubner, Donna, 347 Graven, Jim, 371 Graven, Norman, 371 Graves, Pamela, 131, 384 Gray, Dennis, 109, 251, 217, 219 Gray, Elizabeth, 93 Gray, John, 332, 342 Gray, Karen, 70 Gray, Seymour, 223, 251 Grayson, Edward, 373 Green, Ann, 228, 229 Green, Thomas, 338 Greenberg, Ava, 114 Greenblat, Bonnie, 137 Greenblatt, Martin, 65, 257 Greene, Christina, 143 Greene, Laurence, 98 Grcenlield, Judith, 384 Greenlee, Janet, 423 Greenlee, Joseph, 312 Greenlee, Ronald, 150, 156 Greenwald, John, 408 Grenawalt, Katherine, 70, 227, 228 Greve, John Herbert, 369 Grey, Gary, 242 Grier, Bobby, 292 Grier, Bruce, 118 Grier, John, 369 Grilhn, Daniel Pat, 153 Grilhn, Jo Ann, 423 Grillin, William, 97, 332 Grilfith, Anna, 142 Grillith, Wylie, 243 Griger, Harry, 65, 384 Grimes, Jay, 102 Grimm, Philip, 350 Grismore, Stanley, 332 Griswold, Mary, 146, 230 Griswold, Wynn, 101 Gritz, Nancy, 384 Groat, Charles, 332 Groben, Ann, 134 Groe, Eugene, 369 Groenewold, James, 357 Grogan, Ann, 62 Gronen, George, 154 Groninga, Sheryl, 145, 147, 253, 258, 423 Groote, Curtis, 418 Gross, Arleen, 137, 341 Gross, Nancy, 134, 341 Grosser, Ernest, 250 Grossman, Jeremy, 160 Groteluschen, Pamela, 78, 255 Grouwinkel, Harold, 384 Grovert, George, 251, 332, 338, 339 Groves, Phillip, 121 Grube, David, 415, 416 Gruber, Rich-ard, 69 Grund, Judith, 114 Grund, Lois, 114, 385, 404 Grundmeier, Deanna, 145 Grunewald, Judith, 127 Grunwald, Herbert, 251, 160, 253 Gue, Nancy, 61 Gueldner, Richard, 408 Guerin, Donald, 151, 338 Guessford, Dennis, 357, 360 Guildner, Ann, 404 Guillaume, Jacquelyn, 183, 189 Gullekson, Mary, 90, 180 Gumbiner, Steven, 214, 159, 160 Gundaeker, Kurt, 214 Gunderson, James, 349 Gunderson, Roger, 77, 314 Gunlock, William, 268 Hahn , Frederick, 415, 268, 418 Hakes, Mary, 81, 141, 225 Halcomb, Helen, 93, 233 Hale, Edward, 105 Hall James VVarren 102 247 Hall? John D., its 1 I Hall, Jon, 343 Hall, Katharine, 70, 226, 227 Hall, Mary, 128 Hall, Nancy Kay, 89 Hall, Phyllis, 407, 337 Hall, Robert Harold, 110 Hall, Virginia, 106, 249 Halland, Dianne, 426 Ilalso Halve r, Richard, 357, 361 rson, Richard, 97, 232, 239 Halvorson, Marilyn, 425 Hamblen, Linda, 136 Hames, Bernard, 357, 363 Hames, Sharon, 406 Hamilton, Aaronettta, 385, 254 Hamilton, Bryce, 118, 233, 252, 2 Hami lton, C. Porter, 350 Hamilton, Dennis, 118, 243 Hamilton, James Cook, 385 Hamilton, Jay, 252, 161 Hamilton, John, 149 Hamilton, M. Dargic, 89 Hamilton, Robin, 385 Hamlin, Kendall, 69 Haml in, S. Gay, 70, 385 Hammans, Jean, 385, 405, Z3 Hammel, Constance, 133, 134 Hammer, Wayne, 348 Hamrnit, Roy, 151 Hammond, James, 94 Hampton, James, 151 Hampton, Linda, 78 Hancock, William, 110 Hand y, Elizabeth, 426 Hanig, Jana, 251, 347 Hankins, Andrew, 250, 292 Hank ins, Sandra, 423 Hanlon, John, 369, 373 Hann Hann Hann Hann , Holly, 230 ah, Richard, 160 eman, Donald, 385, 349 eman, Ronald, 346, 350 llanrahan, Rose, 385 Hansell, John, 97 Hansen, Carl, 407 Hansen, Charlotte, 385, Hansen, Dennis, 77 Ilansen, Harlan, 357 Hansen, James Edward, 385 Hansen, Linda Lucile, 74 Hansen, Louis, 385 Hansen, Mary Louise, 385, 354 Ilansen, Mary Martha, 61 Ilansen, Robert Lowell, 333 Hansen, Sandra Kaye, 252 Hansen, Sherrill, 385 Hansen, Thomas W., 333 Hanson, David, 333 llanst tn, Donovan, 418 Hanson, Keith, 385 Htanson, Patricia, 66, 385 Hanson, Roger, 117 Hanson, Rosemary, 423, 45 Hanson, Stephen, 385 Hansow, Susan, 70, 423 Hanu ske, Sarah, 74, 385 Ilarban, Nancy, 146, 190, 423 llardi man, Joye, 141, 143, 254 Hardman, Laurence, 242 Hardt, Brian, 242, 308 Harm Hardwig, Sara, 423 er, Walter, 408 53, 256 Harmon, Harris, 151 Harmon, Jack, 385 Harms, Sharon, 70, 400, 231, 253 Harnagel, John, 154 Harner, Marvin, 118 Harris, Carl, 110 Harris, Charles, 58, 242, 385 Harris, Dale, 85, 233, 253 Harris, Gilbert Wayne, 416 Harris, Ivon, 385, 407 Harris, Karen, 106, 385 Harris, Nick, 85 Harris, Rebecca, 70 Harris, Warren, 385, 161 Harrison, Cherie, 425 Harrison, Gordon, 333, 338 Harstad, Donald, 150 Hart, Earle, 242, 160 Hart, John, 417 Hart, Nancy, 136, 138 Hart, Thomas, 152, 155 Hartman, Charles, 333 Hartwell, Janet, 146 Hartwig, Frank, 333 Hartwig, Norman, 69 Harvey, Lavern, 121 Harvey, Michelle, 81, 255 Harvey, Susan, 61 Harwood, Dontald, 154 Hasbrook, John, 419 Haskett, Lou, 139, 140, 142, 230 Haskins, Harry, 102, 243, 257 Hass, James, 73 Hassan, Allen, 416 Hasselbusch, Ivan, 158, 338 Hastings, Andrea, 141 Hatch, Diane, 337 Hatlield, Stephen, 149 Hauser, Linda, 385, 415 Hauser, Steven, 152 Hausman, David, 98 Havener, John, 433 Havens, Robert Bruce, 385 Havick, Alfred, 348 Hawk, Susan, 93, 228, 233, 259 Hawkins, Deborah, 90, 385 Hawkins, Donald, 333 Hawkins, Elizabeth, 90 Hawkins, Jane, 139, 140, 228 Hawkinson, Mary, 78 Hawley, Anne, 106 Haworth, Judy, 81 Haxton, Donovan, 385, 407, 149, 150, 151 Hay, Judith, 139, 140, 142 Haydon, John, 413, 416 Hayer, Toby, 114, 266 Hayes, Roberta, 70 Haylock, Robert, 357 Haynie, Lucinda, 81 Hayward, Sharon, 426 Haywood, Barbara, 62 Hazard, Mary, 385 Heady, Marilyn, 90 Healy, Alfred, 413 Heater, Richard, 417 Heath, Charles, 333 Heekenberg, Mary, 130, 333 Hedge, Gary, 241 lledglin, Ronald, 109 lledstrom, Herbert, 105 Heelner, John, 386, 416 Heeren, Carol, 90 Heeren, Pamela, 89, 386, 351 Hegarty, Forrest, 105 Hegenbarth, Jack, 408 lleidbreder, Martha, 74 Heidbreder, Mary, 74 Heilmann, Darrell, 69 Heiman, Barbara, 74 Heimer, Joseph, 333 Heims, Louis, 371 Ilein, Herman, 413, 416 Heiny, Diane, 93 Heitz, Gail, 135 Helgeson, Mary, 70 Helgevold, Janice, 386, 415 Helling, John, 113 llellman, Lance, 386, 291, 315 Helm, John, 82 Helm, Melanie, 386, 415, 246 Helt, Linda, 386 Heltne, David, 151 Hemenway, Betty, 122, 255 Hemmer, Beth, 66, 347 Hemstock, Sandra, 425 Hendershot, Ann, 134 Henderson, Anna, 127 Henderson, Janet, 141, 142 Henderson, Joann, 66 Henderson, Margaret, 423 Henderson, William D., 97 Henderson, VVilliam S., 109 Hendrickson, David, 369, 373 Hendrickson, Dorothy, 386 Holla, Elizabeda, 230 Hoffman, Barbara, 61 Holiman, Charles E., 386 Hoffman, Herbert, 98, 250, 251, 316 Hollman, Sidney, 333 Hoffman, Thomas James, 149, 159, 160 Humont, John, 150 Hunt, Pete, 102 Hunter, Charles, 416 Hunter, James, 363 Hunter, Susan, 70, 227, 228, 229, 255 Hurlbut, Evelyn, 230, 387 Jennings, Judith, 137 Jennings, Michael, 160 Jennison, Arda, 130, 132, 264 Jensen, Jerald, 210, 387 Jensen, John Paul, 216, 217, 218, 219 357, 363 Hendry, Joan, 74 Hendryx. Karen, 106 Hennies, David, 407, 149, 233, 247, 251, 252, 158, 159, 160, 161, 256 Henrich. Renea, 131 Henry, John, 418 Hensel, Sandra, 146, 423, 426 Hentzel, Irvin, 152 Hentzel, John, 373 Herb, Larry, 82, 243 llerbst, Lois, 130. 132 Hergert, Richard, 369 Herington, Carol, 252, 264 Herkes, Frank, 408 Herman, Judith, 89, 131, 235 Herman, Julie, 114, 386 Herman, Thomas, 333 Hermann, John, 217, 219 Hermley, Sherry, 228 Hernandez, Henry, 357 Hernandez, Teresita, 405 Herr, L. Sue, 386 Hersbergen, Ronald, 109 Hershberger, Larry, 160 Hershey, Howard, 348, 349 Herst, Kenneth, 266 Hery, George, 242, 290, 308 Herzog, Ruth, 133, 135 Hess, Jothn Jackson, 110, 333, Hess, Susan, 70 337 Hetzel, William, 359, 361, 362, 363 Heuer, Sandra, 130 Hewlett, Phoebe, 66, 386, 255 Hey, Henry, 386 Heykants, Ronald, 121 Hibbert, Hollister, 128 Hibbs, Pamela, 386 Hickerson, Carol, 131, 132 Hickl-in, Donnie, 158 Hicklin, Thomas, 247 Hickman, Charles, 413 Hicks, Theodore, 149 Hieronymus, Ruth, 400 Higginbotham, Joseph, 110 Higgins, Elaine, 133, 400 High, Richard Philip, 110, 22 Highgenboten, Carl, 416 Highsmith, Carol, 78 Hild, Beverly, 93 Hildebrand, Vicki, 143 Hildreth, Katherine, 66 Hilcr, Lloyd, 415, 417 Hilgenberg, VValter, 292 Hill, John Vance, 416 Hilleman, Terry, 386 Hillemeyer, Bruce, 110 Hilliard, Loren, 292 Hillier, Carol, 129 Hillman, Karen, 230 Hillman, Mark, 69 Hills, Thomas, 386 Hilsman, Janice, 143 Hindman, Harriet, 204 Hines, Marshall, 160 Hinrichs, James, 386 Hintermeister, John, 386 Hintermeister, Karen, 386 Hintz, Georgiana, 130, 386 Hinyze, Howard, 386 Hintze, Larry, 105 Hippe, Donna, 386 Hipple, Patty, 137 Hipwell, Constance, 78 Hirsch, Steven, 214 Hiszczynskyi, Roman, 417 Hitch, Carolyn, 425 Hitchcock, Lee, 109 Hixson, Kenneth, 154, 214 Hlubek, Thomas, 386 Hobart, Jane, 66, 386 Hobbs, Karmen, 90, 226 Hoben, James, 161 Hodges, James, 117 Hodoway, Stephen, 149 Hoekman, Bernice, 146, 423 Hoel, Lonna, 122 Hoelscher, Lorna, 386 Hoepner, John, 386, 417 Hoevet, Vllilliam, 386, 150 Hofer, Dorothea, 74 Hofer, Sherrill, 139 Hoff, Randy, 109 Holl, Richard, 153 3, 242 Hoffmann, Larry, 153 Holstad, Connie, 386 Hogan, Dennis, 117 Hogan, Nancy, 133, 134 Hogan, Patrick, 386 Hohenboken, George, 373 Hohf, Eileen, 146 Hokanson, Jon, 337 Holbcin, Thomas, 406 Holcomb, Albert, 153 Holder, Lloyd, 268 Holecek, Donald, 357 Holland, Douglas, 149 Hollander, Richard, 350 Hollingsworth, Gary, 307 Holly, Judith, 142 Holm, Stevan, 85, 386 Holmes, Donald, 370 Holmes, Helen, 252, 264, 423 Holmes, Jack, 118, 337 Holmlund, Marilyn, 386 Holmstrom, Timothy, 333 Holst, Robert, 416 Holt. Douglas, 418 Holthaus, Douglas, 151 Holtorf, Ruth, 425 Holtz, Richard, 149 Holtz, William, 160, 214 Holz, Richard, 150 Holzaepfel, John, 242 Homstad, Deanna, 136, 138 Honn, James, 333 Hook, Jerri, 426 Hooker, Charlotte, 146 Hoot, Terrence, 349 Hoovel, Bonnie, 141 Hoppe, Joann, 265 Horak, Robert Lee, 160 Horn, Barbara, 89, 387 Hom, Leon, 292 Hornhuckle, G. Conrad, 346, 350 Horowitz, Sidney, 65 Horrigan, Greg, 97 Hoskinson, Reed, 243 Hostetler, Allen, 153, 218 Houlaihan, Dennis, 85 House, John, 121 Hurlbut, Terrill, 94 Hurley, Kathleen, 230, 267, 387 Hurliman, Dale, 251 Hurst, Marsha. 264 Hurt, Donald, 203 llurteau, Barbara, 131, 132 llurteau, Lorraine, 264 Husmann, Larry, 150 Huss, Barbara, 137 Hutcheson, Dawn, 66 Hutchins, David, 152 Hutchison, Dryke, 102 Hutchison, Lois, 136, 138 Hutchison, Thomas, 153, 372 Hutton, James, 152 Hutton, Marcia, 122 Hvidston, David, 82 Hyatt, Roger, 387 Hyde, David, 109 Hyde, Stephen, 346, 350 Hyde, Suzanne, 106, 134 Hyman, Claire, 114, 233 Hynes, Richard, 350 235 239 I Ickes, Sandra, 130, 132 Ideker, Dennis, 151, 252, 53 Ideker, Sharon, 230, 252, 387 Idema, Douglas, 350 ldrees, Mohammad, 406 Igram, Mohamed, 346, 350 Ikuta, Junichi, 357 Iliff, W Illian, George Illian, Robert Immer, Joan, illiam , 387 , 85 , 97 106 Ingerson, Martha, 131 Ingles, Anne, 387 Ingraha m, Carol, 89, 227, 239, 255 Ingram, Gary, 387 Ingram, Nurmi, 357, 359, 362, 363 Inman, Kenneth, 387 Irvin, James, 110, 416 Irvine, Judy, 128 Irvine, Stephen, 118, 152 Irwin, Michael, 58, 253 Irwin, Thomas, 387, 406 Houser, Edwin, 357, 359, 361, 363 llouser, William F., 158 llouser, VVi11iam G., 346 Houtz, Harlan, 153, 259 Hovct, Kenneth, 57 Howard, Ann, 225, 226, 233, 241 Howard, John, 373 Howard, Stephen, 149 Howe, Jeanne, 426 Howe, Lawrence, 333, 343 Howerter, Bernard, 82 Howes, Jean, 133, 134, 258 Howland, Barbara, 133, 134 Hoyt, Michael, 406 Hoyt, VVilliam, 160 Hronik, Edward, 152 llronik, Mary, 387 Hubbard, Judith, 264 Huber, Robert, 105 Hubka, Eugene, 360, 387 Huebner, Carolyn, 61 Iluey, Susan, 137 Hul1,Jimmie, 361 Hufl, Stewart, 117, 371 Hull, Thomas, 250, 291, 312 Hullman, Janeen, 426 Iseminger, Jeffrey, 152, 155 Isler, Ronald, 387 Israel, Susan, 333 Iteke, Kanayo, 360 Iverson, Loren, 387 Ivins, Karen, 81 Jack, Gary, 337, 387 Jackson, Carl, 418 Jackson, Jean, 74 Jackson, John M., 149, 357, 361 Jackson, Meredith, 387 Jackson, Sondra, 264, 354 Jacobs, Beth, 253, 268 Jacobs, Hazel, 354 Jacobs, Steven, 85 Jacobs, Susan, 93 Jacobson, James, 413, 418 Jacobson, Jon, 402, 373 Jacobson, Joseph, 387 Jacobson, Peter, 387 Jacobson, Stuart, 98 Jaeger, Barbara, 70 Jaeger, Patricia, 66 Jaeger, Susan, 134 Jensen , John VVil1iam, 333 Jensen, Lon, 346 Jensen, Richard, 408 Jensen, Roxanne, 90 Jensen, Susan, 90, 202 Jensen, VVilliam M., 110, 314 Jensen, Vllilliam P., 408 Jenson, David, 218 Jepsen, Marvin, 85 Jessen, Joel, 152 Jessen, Thomas 13., 117 Jewell, Judith, 251 Jirsa, Carol, 131 Johannes, Gene, 315 Johannes, Marilyn, 62 Johansson, Kerstin, 122 John, Godfrey, 263, 264 John, Rosalind, 264 Johnson, Charles N., 121 Johnson, Constance, 400, 426 Johnson, Craig, 118 Johnson, Dean, 387 Johnson, Delray, 277 Johnson, Dianne, 78, 130 Johnson, Ellen, 137 Johnson, Gary, 109, 277 Johnson, Harold, 348, 387 Johnson, James L., 265 Johnson, Jean, 230, 387 Johnson, Jerry, 337 Johnson, Joyce, 387 Johnson, Judith Ann, 387, 139, 140 Johnson Johnson ,Judith Ann, 126, 129, 131, 3 , Karen, 143 Johnson, Kay, 122, 222, 387 Johnson, Keith, 333, 337 Johnson, Kenneth, 312 Johnson, Lester, 370, 373 Johnson, Mary Ann, 139, 140 Johnson, Mary C., 131 Johnson, Michael, 149, 253 Johnson, Nadine, 413 Johnson Nancy Lee, 89, 184, 234, 238, 220, 351 Johnson, Pamela, 78 Johnson, Patricia, 387 Johnson, Peter, 333 Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnston, Johnston, Johnston, Richard H., 350 Robert C., 102, 251, 292 Robert J., 416 Ruth, 351 Bartley, 387 Jane, 141 Julie, 347 Johnston, Karen, 354, 387 Johnston, Richard, 82 Joincs, Janice, 133 Jonas, Charles, 343 IUHCS, Alys Kay, 90, 351 Jones, Bcrnetta, 130, 132 Jones, Charles, 418 Jones, Dan, 149 Jones, I. Rusty, 101 Jones, Janet, 90 Jones, Jer emy, 113, 256, 333 Jones, John E., 242 Jones, Karen, 191 Jones, Lynn, 387 Jones, M. Gale, 89 Jones, Mary, 253 Jones, Maynard, 387 Jones, Nancy, 388 Jones, Richard, 109 Huggins, Darran, 413, 419 Hughes, Hughes, Judith, 93, 374 Katherine, 130 Hughes, M. Judith, 81, 387 Hughes, Mary Kathleen, 143, 423 Hughes, Robert, 160 Hughes, Roger, 118 Hughes, Shauna, 122 Hughes, Thomas, 418 Huibregtse, Allene, 130, 132 Huitt, Richard, 160 Jahn, Marilyn, 341 Jahnkc, Ronald, 161, 333, 338 Jakolat. Nancy, 138, 230 James, Jean, 106, 239, 405 James, Robert, 370 Jamieson, Diane, 89 Janes, Julia, 66, 387 Jansen, Dale, 349 Jansen, Phyliss, 387, 415 Jansen, Sally, 387 Janssen, Jill, 387 Hulbary, VVi1liam, 264, 387 Ilull, Franklin Lee, 152 Ilull, Gregory, 97 Ilull, Steven, 113 Ilulsey, Linda, 93 Ilulst, Stanley, 333, 338 Holstein, Marlene, 265 Humbert, Philip, 150, 156 Hummel, James, 370, 373 Jaspersen, Darlene, 134 Jay, Susan, 387 Jenkins , Charles, 149, 211, 212, 215, Jenkins, Kathleen, 66 Jenkins, Louise, 81 Jenkins, Mary, 129, 131, 132 Jenkins, Richard, 250, 350 Jenkins, Sandra, 143 Jenks, J ohn, 406 387 JoneS, Sandra, 423 Jones, Stephen, 416 Jones, Vllilliam, 413 Jons, Charles, 402, 416 Jons, Marilynn, 93 Joonsar, Heikki, 102, 246, 256, 359, 361, 362, 363 Jordan, Carey, 423 Jordan, Christina, 134 Jordan, Faye, 388 Jordan J. Douglas 154, 214 Jordan? John, 346,,350 Jordan, Robert, 388 Jordison, Ronald, 268 Jorgensc n, Bruce, 149 Jorgensen, Milton, 388 Joseph, Bruce, 160 Josten, Lavohn, 425 Joy, VVilliam, 69 Joynt, Michael, 388 1 Judisch, Janifer, 413 Juliano, Rosemary, 388 Jung, John, 408 Junginger, William, 110 Jungling, Marvin, 154 Jungmann, Conrad, 118 Jurgens, Vernon, 151 K Kadera, Richard, 333 Kallem, Donald, 404 Kallmer, James, 97 Kaltenborn, Kathryn, 141, 226 Kamen, Alan, 65, 150, 152, 154 Kammer, Robert, 416 Kamp, William, 388 Kantak, Daniel, 110 Kanter, VVilliam, 243, 156 Kaplan, Barbara, 137 Kaplan, Joy, 114 Kaplan, Louise, 114 Karl, Barbara, 114, 226, 233, 241, 266 Karns, Cheron, 89 Karr, Daren, 66 Karr, Sharon, 106, 225, 227, 388 Karsten, Lynn, 388 Karstens, Richard, 149 Kasapis, Constantinos, 292 Kates, Judith, 423, 425 Katz, Hirschel, 357, 359, 360 Katz, Michelle, 129 Katz, Robert, 149, 158, 159, 161 Kauffman, Kent, 117 Kauffman, Larry, 77,333 Kauntz, Dave, 314 Kautz, David, 73 Kautz, Linda, 93, 230 Kautz, Roy, 333, 337, 343 Kazunas, Michele, 78 Keahbone, Gordon, 160 Keane, Daniel, 388 Kearney, Edward, 149 Keck, William, 388 Keeler, Janet, 425 Kehoe, John, 149 Kehoe, Lawrence, 408 Kehrli, James, 333 Keller, Scott, 333 Keller, Steven, 160 Kelley, Charles, 333 Kelley, Den.nis, 69, 241 Kelley, Dorothy, 413 Kelley, James, 388 Kelley, John, 148, 149, 243 Kelley, Kim, 113 Kellogg, Donald, 85, 203 Kellogg, Roderick, 419 Kelly, David M., 413 Kelly, David W., 373 Kelly, William J., 151, 156 Kemp, Catherine, 426 Kempenaar, Karen, 131 Kendrick, Barbara, 70, 126, 145, 401, 423, 426 Kennedy, Brian, 417 Kennedy, James, 350 Kennerly, Carole, 128, 388 Kent, Janet, 226, 227 Kepner,11enry, 151, 154 Keppy, Robert, 149 Kerdus, Mary, 141 Kern, Thomas, 153, 403 Kerr, Roger, 250, 307, 388 Kcsick, Carolyn, 388 Kesselring, Gordon, 94 Kessler, Alan, 110 Kesterson, Beth, 93, 388 Ketcham, Michael, 350 Ketelsen, Lane, 152 Key, George, 150 Khatibi, Mahmoud, 363, 403 Khera, lnder, 251 Khowassah, Mohamed, 158 Kiamco, Carlos, 118 Kibler, Charles, 121, 257 Kiel, Grace, 337, 341 Kilberger, Allen, 160 Killoil, James, 350 Killinger, Nyle, 61 Killinger, Sam, 370 Killion, Dennis, 429, 430 Kilzer, Ronald, 388, 418 Kimball, James, 418 Kimberlin, Sharon, 93 Kimberly, Karen, 78, 200, 388 Kimberly, Nancy, 130, 132 Kimzey, Enid, 388 Kimzey, Melvin, 253, 254 Justis, Sally, 131 Kindred, Anne, 146 King, David, 350 King, Joseph, 85 King, Linda, 142 King, Mary, 74,226 King, Paul, 388 King, Ronald, 350 King, Warren, 151, 214, 388 Kinglield, William, 347, 348 Kingsbury, Kristine, 93 Kinnamon, Jon, 110, 212, 213, 256, 388 Kinne, Caroline, 90 Kinney, Larry, 357 Kinney, Michael, 73, 150, 152, 251, 154 Kinsey, Kenneth, 333 Kinsinger, Michael, 109, 217, 219, 315 Kiple, James, 73,256 Kiplinger, Kasey, 160 Kipnes, Barry, 65, 256 Kirby, Patrick, 160 Kirchner, John, 160, 388 Kirkland, Sue, 131 Kirkpatrick, Ann, 61, 255 Kiser, Curt, 252 Kisler, Geraldine, 133, 252 Kissinger, Michael, 154, 156 Kittleman, Thomas, 152, 350 Kladde, Uwe, 58 Kladstrup, Donald, 152 Klahn, Rolena, 126, 133, 227, 252 Klauer, Michael, 153, 251 Klaus, John, 126, 158, 315 Klein, John, 204, 406 Klein, Linda, 388 Kleinhesselink, Helen, 388 Kling, Timothy, 113 Klinger, Phillip, 110 Klinzman, Roger, 110, 256 Klobuchar, Martha, 66 Klocksiem, Penelope, 264 Kloplenstein, Jay, 388 Klopfenstein, Kent, 333 Kloplenstein, Waunita, 342 Kloppenburg, Joan, 122 Klopping, Sheila, 268, 388 Klosterman, Everett, 148, 151, 154, 155, 263, 267 Klotzbaeh, Jacquelyn, 388 Klouda, Gary, 118 Klumpar, David, 109, 217, 219 Kluver, Stanley, 77 Knapp, Barry, 413 Knapp, James, 217, 219 Knappen, Jack, 333 Kneeht, Ben, 411, 416 Knight, Charles, 373 Knoke, James, 117, 388 Knopf, Morris, 118, 388 Knopf, Rolland, 118 Knott, William, 150 Knowles, Melvin, 152, 155 Knowles, Wendy, 133 Knudsen, Russell, 69, 150 Knudten, Herbert, 73, 314 Knutson, Lois, 130 Koch, David, 69 Kochel, Michael, 77 Koe, Edward, 160, 315 Koehler, Albert, 113 Koehler, Sandra, 142 Koehn, VVilliam, 370 Kolron, Philip, 350 Kohl, Davis, 312 Kohlepp, Kathryn, 134, 252 Kohler, Philip, 388, 419 Kothlhammer, David, 73 Kohlholl, Leon, 150 Kokjohn, Vicki, 388 Kolb, John, 307, 333 Kolda, Sheryl, 70 Kolosick, Clarence, 350 Kolovat, David, 94, 253, 257 Kolpin, Fredrick, 333 Kolterman, Robert, 105, 388 Konchar, Robert, 372 Konecne, Larry, 102 Koob, Kenneth, 158 Koons, Carolyn, 130, 132 Koontz, Kristin, 388 Kopel, James, 337 Kopf, Joyce, 131. 132 Korte, Nicole, 74 Koski, Susan, 131 Kotok, Stephen, 98 Kouler, Jerrold, 347, 350 Kovacevieh, Dennis, 85, 235, 247, 257 Kraai, Gerald, 113 Kraeht, Jerry, 58 Kramer, Edith, 128, 230, 388 Kramer, Gerald H., 388 Kramer, Larry, 250, 307, 317 Kramer, Robert, 151, 156 Kramme, Kay, 333 Kramme, Paul, 388 Krane, Linda, 227, 228, 229, 233 Kraska, Emanuel, 73 Krause, Leslie, 132 Krause, Paul, 292 Kreamer, Robert, 102, 250, 292, 388 Krebill, Elizabeth, 143, 388 Kreekos, Michael, 348 Krehlik, Dean, 58 Kreinbring, Raymond, 160 Krekel, Gene, 148, 151, 154, 155, 156, 252, 388 Kremen-ak, Nell, 389 Kress, Craig, 118 Krewszm, Lyle, 58, 223, 253, 254, 257 Kringel, Mary, 389 Kristulek, Sandra, 62 Krockover, Gerald, 98, 266 Kroemer, Georgiana, 133 Kroepel, Russell, 429 Krogstad, Richard, 97 Krohn, Judith, 333, 341 Kron, Patricia, 251, 267 Krueger, Gordon, 155 Kruempel, Carol, 389 Kruschwitz, Dohn, 418 Kruse, Carl R., 418 Kruse, Gregg, 415 Kruse, Robert, 358 Kruzan, Donald, 101 Kruzick, Donna, 130, 132 Kubicek, Linda, 253 Kubik, Linda, 423 Kubik, Roger, 105 Kubu, Douglas, 113 Kuchenbaker, Lois, 137 Kuehl, Judith, 253, 341 Kuehn, Harold, 413, 417 Kuhl, Gerald, 151 Kuhl, Sheryl, 129, 131 Kuhn, Carol, 86 Kuhn, Ellen, 423, 425 Kuhn, Ramona, 78 Kuhr, Carolyn, 131, 132 Kumpf, Barbara, 131, 252, 389 Kunath, James, 73 Kundel, David, 418 Kundel, Eljean, 389 Kuntz, William, 360 Kurrie, Francis, 358, 361 Kurtt, William, 333, 337 Kushner, Arnold, 418 Kushner, Kathleen, 114, 223, 233 Kushner, Nicholas, 292 Kutcher, Jerry, 389 Kutscher, Karen, 147, 423 Kyle, Jane, 425 Kyner, David, 121 L Lacis, Andrew, 251, 389 Ladage, Prcbble, 389, 405 Laden, Diann, 259, 423 Ladrey, Estelle, 254 Ladwig, Laurence, 389, 408 Lage, Jerry, 153 Lally, Thomas, 389 Lamb, Candace, 252, 389, 401 Lamb, Dennis, 94 Lamb, Robert, 113 Lambertsen, Robert, 161 Lamborn, David, 389 Lampe, Gerold, 118 Lampe, W. Dean, 85 Lamson, Jellrey, 102, 256, 402, 403 Lamson, Linda, 74 Landau, Robert, 350 Landhuis, Jesse, 418 Landis, James, 97 Landis, Jean, 66 Lane, Jack, 417 Lane, Jerry, 347, 350 Lane, Joan, 146 Lang, VVi1liam, 360, 361 Langer, Barbara, 78 Langerud, John, 152, 156 Langerud, Louise, 61 Larigland, Robert, 334 Lannon, Bob, 101 Lannon, James, 101 Lantis, Larry, 417 Lapainis, Egils, 102 Laplante, Cheryl, 139, 140, 142 Lappin, Don, 371 Larkin, John, 253 Larsen, Darrell, 389 Larsen, Edward, 160, 243 Larsen, James, 413 Larsen, Paul, 348 Larsen, Richard J., 253 Larson, Carroll, 372 Larson, Douglas, 232, 347, 349 Larson, James, 160 Larson, John Walter, 77 Larson, Kermit, 342 Larson, Luann, 131, 132 Larson, Marjorie, 131 Larson, Philip, 161 Larson, Robert K., 389 Larson, Vicki, 90, 389 Larson, Wallace, 151 Larue, Dick, 97 Lass, Thomas, 161 Lastine, Wesley, 338, 339 Latham, Robert, 118, 254 Latta, George, 292 Latta, Marilynn, 62, 389 Lau, Jeanette, 425 Laubenthal, Robert, 373 Lauer, Jacquelyn, 86, 135 Laugthlin, Nancy, 90, 176, 181, 183 Laughlin, Ralph, 242, 250 Laughnan, Linda, 137 Lauridsen, Betty, 389 Lavalle, Nan, 130 Law, Mary, 423 Lawlor, Maureen, 74, .oo Lawrence, Gary, 150 Lawrence, John, 118 Lawrence, Larry, 117 Lawrence, Susan, 114, 25, 226, 404 Lawton, R. Hanson, 372, 389 Lazere, Richard, 98 Leamer, Patricia, 130 Leavitt, Richard, 150 Leazer, Rich-ard, 117, 334 Lebeda, Charles. 389 Lee, Lee, Lee, Lee, Lee, Lee, ,,..- Catherine, 61 Gary, 73 James A., 158 Richard, 250 Stanley, 358 Thomas E., 408 Leek, Dayton, 389 Leepcr, Dennis, 150, 389 Leeper, George, 153, 155, 156 Leff, Alan, 370, 371, 372 Lcfkow, Allan, 358, 360 Leggett, Janet, 89, 226 Lehman, Thomas, 429 Lehmann, Richard, 121, 256 Leinle1der,Josepfh, 413 Leir, Charles, 389, 408 Leith, Joan, 133, 134 Lemon, llarlan, 370, 373 Lemon, Kathleen, 423 Lemson, Joyce, 114 Lenowitz, Sharleen, 131 Lenz, Ronald, 161, 389 Leonard, David, 149, 253 Leonard, Gary, 370 Leonard, Hiram, 413 Lercher, Lance, 109, 153 Lester, Jerry, 337, 343 Lettween, Max, 347, 350 Letz, Carl, 370 Leuz, Marilyn, 81 Lcvalley, Lois, 389 Levi, Alan, 334 Levin, Bruce, 65, 334, 256 Levin, Judith, 114, 266 Levinson, David, 373 Levinson, Raleigh, 114 Levois, Michel, 102 Lewis, Barbara, 254 Lewis, Carmen, 78, 389 Lewis, Ervin, 389 Lewis, Faye, 133, 135 Lewis, Gary, 151 Lewis, Jack, 110 Leytze, Rudolph, 102 Lezotte, Robert, 292 Libe, Francis, 94 Lichty, Melinda, 93, 389 Licup, Felicitas, 433 Liddell, Linda, 90, 179 Liddicoat, Donald, 251 Liebendorfer, Jon, 97, 389 Lien, Nancy, 78 Lienemann, Martha, 62, 389 Lietzau, Richard, 153 Lietzau, Sharon, 147 Lightner, Barbara, 66, 233 Lilltard, Larry, 389 McCann, Lilly, Steven, 110 Limbert, Martha, 81 Lincoln, Mary, 264 Lind, Sharon, 137 Lindberg, Cynthia, 137 Lindberg, Kenneth, 94 Lindeman, Jan, 429 Linder, Douglas, 101 Lindholm, John, 417 Lindholm, Marilyn, 426 Lindholm, Steven, 105 Lindquist, Gary, 151, 156 Lindsay, Rose, 143 Lindsey, Dee, 152, 156 Lindsey, Frank, 253 Lingris, Peter, 373 Linhoii, Charles, 217, 219 Linkletter, Karen, 136, 137 Linn, Annette, 78, 390 l.inn, Howard, 347 Linn, Susan, 93 Lippincott, Joseph, 406 Lippisch, Blanca, 89 Lipton, Martha, 70, 253 Lischer, Eleanor, 106, 406 Lisle, John, 102 Lister, Dave, 314 Little, James R., 151 Little, Jane, 134, 253 Little, Nancy, 74, 255 Littlefield, James, 82 Lo, Gustav, 413 Locher, Robert, 347, 349 Lockhart, Charles, 77 Lockhart, Gary, 265 Lockwood, Linda, 74, 423, 425 Lockwood, Lynda, 131, 132 Lockwood, Mary, 61, 390, 401 Lodwick, Al, 407 Lofgren, James, 348, 390 Logsdon, Martha, 143 Logue, Lesley, 74, 134 Lohff, John, 151 Londrigan, Joseph, 151 Long, David, 101 Long, Gayle, 423, 426 Long, Kathleen, 265 Longstafl, Ronald, 373 Longstreth, Alvina, 230 Loomer, Donald, 348 Loomis, Nancy, 390 Loomis, Shirley, 145, 423 Loop, Bertine, 135, 267 Lorack, Ann, 106, 337 Lorenz, Joan, 390 Lorenz, Katherine, 90 Lorigan, Thomas, 152, 156 Lorimor, Karen, 147 Loros, Jeannine, 81 Lory, Linda, 90 Loshbaugh, George, 160 Lotstein, Robert, 65 Louclerback, Judith, 265 Louk, Lynn, 390 Love, Mary, 62, 226, 247 Lovett, Charles, 113, 334 Low, Frank, 113 Lowe, Geollrey, 97 Lowrey, Joan, 264 Lowther, John, 373 Loyd, Marcia, 89 Lozier, Carolyn, 93, 179 Lozier, Mary Ann, 93 Lozier, Richard, 102 Lubin, Alvin, 417 Lubin, Steven, 98 Lucas, Judith, 230 Lucas, Kathleen, 131 Luckstead, Eugene, 413, 418 Ludvigson, David, 370 Ludvigson, Donald, 161 Lueth, Judith, 130 Luker, Neal, 390 Lukes, Donna, 66, 180, 188 Lundell, Julie, 347, 351 Lunclgren, Nels, 109 Lundquist, Eric, 117 Lundvall, Ann, 78 Luse, Warren, 370 Lustgarten, Michael, 98, 247 Lutlmans, Freddie, 97 Lutjen, Sharon, 93, 390 Lutz, Patricia, 89 Lyman, Diana, 90, 28, 249 Lynch, Joline, 426 Lynch, Melvin, 153 Lynch, William, 69, 241, 256 Lynk, Jimmy, 105 Lyon, Camilla, 390 Lyon, Lynn, 292 Lyon, Sandra, 230, 390 Lyon, Terry, 290, E9 Lyons, Clarence, 390 M MacDonald, Alexander, 408 MacDonald, Jack, 292 Mace, Marilyn, 127 Macek, James, 149 Mack, Donald, 152 Mack. Karen, 390 Mack, William, 349 Mackintosh, Peter, 77 Macloskey, Ronald, 109 Macy, Sandra, 390 Madden, John, 419 Madden, Ross, 416 Maddox, Stephen, 152 Maddy, Claudia, 142 Madison, Carol, 78 Madull, Michael, 161, 206, 251, 371 Magee, Maureen, 89 Magnuson, Ronald, 150 Maher, Maher, Maher, Maher, Maher, Mahon Maj er, Majeru Nlajeru David, 429 Dennis, 153 Karen, 89, 223, 233, 214 Mary Z., 390 Thomas, 160 ey, Russell, 419 Georgiana, 423 s, Anne, 133 s, Diane, 61, 390 Makeever, Lyn, 413 Mallicoat, Elizabeth, 130, 132 Malone, Judith Boles, 423 Malone, Michael, 149 Malv. Allan, 358, 359, 361, 362, 363, Mammen, Katherine, 133 Mangle, Dianne, 131 Manka, Jacqueline, 390 Mann, Barbara, 131, 132 Mann, James, 213 Mannebach, Joeth, 74, 180 Manocheo, David, 372 Manteufiel, Roger, 216, 219 Manvitz, Arnold, 98, 249 Maples, Jerry, 337 Marohant, Jack L., 117 Marinaccio, Warren, 348 Marker, Harry, 358, 359, 363 Marks, Joseph, 65 Marksberry, Marylee, 334, 337, 341 Markulin, Linda, 106, 249 Marlier, Ronald, 390 Marquis, James, 98 Marqui s, Roy, 105 Marrah, Norman, 118, 277 Marsh, Patricia, 425 Marshall, David, 161 Marshall, Gary, 148, 149 Marshek, John, 97 Marsolais, Ernest, 413, 417 Marston, David, 85 Marston, Raul, 82, 212, 213, 390 Marthens, William, 97, 390, 314 Martin, Charles, 343 Martin, Gary, 152 Martin, James, 82, 249 Martin, John T,, 109 Martin, Katherine, 143 Martin, Kenneth, 358 Martin, Larry, 73 Martin, Michael, 242 Martin, Paul, 151 Martin , Virginia, 334 Mashek, Stephen, 110 Maske, Norman, 307, 317, 390 Mason, David, 149, 253 Masselink, Gerrit, 105, 252 Mast, Linda, 81 Mast, Susan, 390 Mathews, James, 82, 154 Mathews, Larry, 350 Mathey, Paul, 390 Mathis, Diana, 390 Mathisen, Edwin, 334, 343 Matson, John, 160 Matthews, Michael, 334 Matthews, Ralph, 390 Matthias, Dennis, 73 Matthi as, Judith, 122, 255, 354, 390 Matthias, Nancy, 86, 226 Mattisr mn, Marianne, 251 Mattson, David, 334 Matz, Eric, 242, 250, 390 Mauer, Mauer, Karen, 230 Nancy, 61 Maurer, Charles, 101 402 Maurice, John, 82 Maw, Norman, 109 Maxheim, Paula, 145 Maxwell, Connie, 90, 255 Maxwell, Suzanne, 390 Maxwell, William, 390 Mayberry, Phillip, 152 Mayberry, Sharon, 62, 390 Mayer, Daniel, 218 Mayer, George, 118 Mayer, Jr Jhn, 149, 217 Mayer, Paul, 219 Mayfield, Kathleen, 230 Maynard, Marvin, 408 McAt1d re McBltai n , McBride, McBurne McCabe, w, James, 299 David, 150 Clara, 390 y, Connie, 391 Beth, 139 McCabe, Carolyn, 143 McCabe, Joseph, 109, 251, 267, 334 250 McManis, Linda, 391 McMeans, Mary, 341 McMeen, Lewis, 299 McMorris, Martha, 405 MeMorris, Monica, 391 McMurry, Gary, 69, 257 M:Namee, James, 347, 349 MePeak, James, 391 McPike, Donald, 416 McQuaid, James, 406 MeQuiston, Earl, 292 McRae, Mary, 93 McSwiggin, Joseph, 363 McWhinney, Jon, 350, 391 McWilliams, Mike, 391 Meade, Rita, 127, 128 Meany, John, 334 Mears, Judith, 61 Mears, Marcus, 97, 316, 337 Meek, Carol, 70, 134 Meek, Jeremy, 160 Meester, Gerald, 85, 235, 247, 267 McCarten, John, 408 McCaughey, Gary, 109 McCauley, Robert, 110 McCleerey, Terry, 370 McClelland, Judith, 62, 227, McCleniahan, Paul, 350 McClendon, Dale, 69 McClimon, Paul, 363 McC1one, Judith, 227, 228, 229, 230 McCloskey, John, 348 McClure, Kathy, 90, 220 McComb, Duane, 150, 154 McCombs, David, 94 McConkie, John, 418 McCorkle, Marilyn, 62 McCormick, Carolyn, 61, 334 McCormick, Michael, 118 McCormick, William, 151, 337, 338 McCloskey, Bryan, 391 McCoy, Roger, 85, 217, 219 McCray, Larry, 349 McCrea, Juditih, 12, 391, 401 McCullough, Patricia, 391 McCullough, Robert, 160 McCurdy, Virginia, 391 McDaniel, Carroll, 142 McDaniel, George, 94 McDermott, James, 391 McDermott, Michael, 370, 372, 402 McDevitt, Joseph, 373 McDonald, John, 402, 415, 416 McDonald, Kathie, 131 McDonald, William, 251, 391 McDonough, Thomas, 370 McElroy, Susan, 93 - McEnany, Gerald, 77 McFadden, Michael, 358 McFarland, Edward, 337 McGarvey, Brian, 102 McGarvcy, Patrick, 69, 391 Mehcsan, Thomas, 117 Mehlhaus, Douglas, 299 Meier, Jon, 58, 242 Meier, Karen, 252, 391 Meier, Larry, 358, 361, 363 Meier, Patricia, 252 Meier, Suzanne, 423 Meis, Gerald, 334 Melam py, Kathleen, 391 Meland, Willitam, 153, 154, 253 Melgaard, Steven, 348 d, Robert, 408 Melvol Memler, Jay, 334, 338 Mentzer, Howard, 154 Merar, Paul, 203, 391 Merchant, James, 415, 416 Meridith, Dennis, 117, 223, 233, 252 Merrick, Robert, 150 Merrifield, David, 214 Merrill, Linda, 265, 391 Merrill, Marcee, 93 Merritt, Robert, 117 Mershon, James, 414, 418 Merta, Daniel, 122 Messer, Jean, 89, 351 Messer, Nancy, 62. 235 Messick, Gerald, 299 Mettlin, Mary, 429 Meusey, Joseph, 372 Mevig, Tamara, 62 Mewes, David. 152, 155 Meyer, Meyer, Betsy, 78 Clillortl, 153 Meyer, David, 150, 154 Meyer, James, 391 Meyer, Marvin, 334 Meyer, Milon, 153 Meyers, Gerald, 334 Meyerson, Alan, 98 Meyerson, Robert, 65 McGarvey, Thomas, 416 McGavic, Martha, 81 McGee, Joseph, 391 McGee, Kathleen, 183 McGill, Gerald, 160, 243 McGo11an, Elizabeth, 70 McGoun, Mary, 74 McGowan, Gerald, 413, 419 Michael, Connie, 122, 133, 135 Michael, Deanna, 136, 137 Michaels, Holly, 78, 175, 284 Miehels, Harlan, 391 Mick, James, 152, 155 Midgard, Carole, 81, 351, 391 Mikelson, Karen, 89, 230, 391 Mikelson, Kristin, 90, 230, 391 McGowan ,Roy, 150 McGrath, James, 151 MeGreevey, Edward, 350 McGregor, Jerry, 69 McGregor, Margaret, 142 McGregor, Robert, 417 McGregor, William, 113 McGuire, James, 110 McGuire, Molly, 90 Mcllrath, Sara, 426 McKay, Judith, 334 McKee, Erik, 150 McKenna, Rosemary, 70 McKenzie, Karolyn, 93, 351, 391 McKie, Allen, 160 McKinney, Dennis, 105, 391 McKinney, Mark, 77, 253 McLain, Frederick, 77 McLane, John, 150, 247 McLane, Richard, 148, 151, 334 McLaughlin, Mary, 137, E3 McLaughlin, Michael, 348 McLaughlin, Thomas, 105, 161 McLeod, Mary, 61 McLeod, Scott, 97 McLeran, Robert, 373 McMahon, Diane, 70 McMani gal, Charles, 370 McManis, James, 414, 418 Mikese ll, Mary, 143 Mikesh, David, 391 Millard, Charles. 334 Miller, Anne, 391 Miller, Barbara, 391 Miller, Barton, 391 Miller, Bruce, 94 Miller 150, David E., 148, 152, 154, ' 156,360 Miller, David Eugene, 161 Miller, Don-ald, 153 Miller, Doreen, 230 Miller, Douglas E., 373 Miller, Gary, 151 Miller, Irving, 371 Miller, James, 153 Miller, Janice, 90 Miller, John A., 218 Miller, John J., 73 Miller, Judy K., 74 Miller, Miller, Judy M., 134 Karen, 267, 391 Miller, Marvin, 406 Miller, Peter, 117 Miller, Philip, 161, 243 Miller, Phyllis, 90 Miller, Randall, 243 Miller, Ray, 152, 403 Miller, Raymond, 148, 154, 155 Niebaum, Linda, 141 Miller, Richard A., 206 Miller, Richard H., 82 Miller, Richard L., 358 Miller, Richard N., 414 Miller, Richard W., 153 Miller, Robert G., 151, 154, 214 Miller, Robert M., 121 Miller, Ronald K., 414 Miller, Ronald W., 105 Miller, Sheila, 114, 266 Miller, Stephen, 391, 314 Miller, Susan, 70, 139, 140, 141, 391 , 40 Mills, Gordon, 154 Mills. Wayne, 160 Miner, Dale, 192, 259 Minkner, Ann, 391 Minnick, Gail, 391 Minor, Elza, 160 Mitchell, Minton, Mary, 331 Minx, Janet, 391, 406 Mirieh, Carol, 134 Misbaeh, Gregory, 150 Misbach, Mary, 78 Mitchell, David, 370 Mitchell, Mary, 70 Mitchell, Robert D., 391, 292 Susan, 70, 228 Mockridge, Susan, 81, 233 Moe, Lael, 406 Moeller, Jaequelyn, 230 Moeller, Marigaye, 128 Moeller, Marvin, 153 Moeller, Ronald, 85, 234, 337 Mohl, Roger, 358, 350 Mohr, Theon, 133 Mohrleld, Cherie, 414 Moine, Gretchen, 423 Moisio, Charles, 370 Moles, Diane, 264 Moline, Kay, 74 Molla, Mogus, 251 Molozaiy, Ashley, 152 Meng, Carole, 90 Monk, Gerald, 219 Monroe, James, 154 Monsma, Kenneth, 414 Monteith, Richard, 391 Montgomery, Ann, 90 Montgomery, Dick, 102, 235, 247 Montgomery, Susan, 99, 265 Montgomery, Suzanne, 391, 407 Mood, Alan, 160, 243 Mood, Dale, 160, 242, 250, 391, 404 Moon, Larry, 97, 246 Moore, Clarence, 417 Moore, Dale, 149 Moore, David D., 77 Moore, E Moore, F ugene, 117, 152 rederick, 407, 359, 360, 363 Moore, Janet, 127 Moore, Karen, 62, 391 Moore, Marilyn, 93 Moore, Metta, 264 Moore, Nathan, 392 Moore, Samuel, 214 Moore, Sidney, 110 Morain, Frederick, 252, 268, 3 Moran, William, 392 Morehead, Tom, 85 Morehouse, David, 152 Morgan, Cynthia, 392 Morgan, Doug, 161 Morgan, Linda, 62 Morris, David, 392 Morris, Nancy, 39 Morris, Sharon, 392 Morrison, Brooke, 93 Morrison, Dorothy, 66 Morrison, James, 77, 277, 392 Morrison, Thomas, 370 Morrison, Walter, 161 Morrissey, Jane, 136, 137 Morrissey, Jean, 136, 138 Morrow, James, 160, 254 Mosena, Carolyn, 134 Moser, Jane, 62, 247 Moser, Mary, 78, 231 Moses, Marlee, 137 Moses, Melinda, 392 Mosher, Ann, 131 Mosher, Stephen, 73, 277 Moss, David, 110 Mossman, Burns, 118, 257 Mossman, Robert, 58 Motley, Burtine, 254 Mougin, Clarence, 334 Mougin, Louis, 358 Mowen, Barbara, 392 Mowen, James, 118 'J 92 5 Mowen, Richard, 392 Mowry, Madelyn, 62 Mueller, Carolyn, 122 Mueller, Delores, 334, 341 Mueller, James, 250, 334, 339, 343, 314 Mueller, Joan, 130 Mueller, Sally, 131, 334 Mueller, Sandy, 141 Muhlcnbruch, Robert, 149 Mullarky, Richard, 85, 234 Mulleii, Donald, 350 Mullen, John, 392 Muller, Robert, 110 Mulmed, Lawrence. 98 Mumm, Beverly, 122 Mummey, Samuel, 350 Munch, Karen, 93 Munden, Richard, 118 Mundy, Richard, 82 Munn, Russell, 392 lV1urdy, Lynette, 225, 376, 392, 401 Murken, Roger, 416 Murphy, Barbara, 127 Murphy, Carolyn, 106 Murphy, Joan, 142 Murphy, John, 372, 392 Newell, Richard, 334 Newman, Paul, 58 Newsome, Jon, 102 Newsome, Patricia, 78, 200, 334 Neylan, Kathleen, 226, 251, 267 Nichols, Craig, 268 Nichols, Margaret, 78 Nichols, Marian, 392 Nichols, Penny, 136 Nickerson, Harlan, 414, 418 Nicolaisen, Sally, 130, 392, 405 Olson, Melvin, 349 Olson, Rosede, 226 Olson, Serene, 129, 131 Olson, Sharon, 78, 180 Oltrogge, Marlyn,12l, 370 Omalley, James, 82 O'Ncill, Margaret, 393 Onken, Carl, 160 Onken, Richard, 150 Onwellcr, Toni, 143 Orne, Eugene, 358, 359, 363 Orr, John, 110 Nied ha Nielsen la, William, 110, 250, 292 , Joyce, 277 Nielsen, Richard, 153 Nieman, Susan, 130, 132, 266 Niemax tn, Mary, 423 Niemann, Virginia, 351 Orr, Larry, 202 Orr, Su e, 86 Orris, Deane, 121, 154, 155, 403 Orth, William, 403 Osberg, Jean, 334, 341 Osborn, Louise, 74 Niemeyer, John, 22, 251, 267 Nightingale, Roger, 348 Niland, John, 152 Nimocks, Jane, 392 Nissen, William J., 58, 243 Nissen, William M., 153 Nix, Lois, 425 Nizolek, Joseph, 417 Noble, Alice, 86, 252 Murphy, Leanna, 143 Murph y , Mary, 134 Murphy, Michael G., 404 Murphy, Michael W., 392 Murphy, Richard, 372 Murphy, Sally, 392 Murray, Charles, 161 Murray, Jeannette, 143 Murray, Michael, 392 Mussell Howard, 392 Mutseffiuaith, 392 Noble, Charles, 153, 243 Noblett, Deane, 414 Noet, Jane, 423 Nolan, Sheila, 70, 233 Noland, Jon, 113, 161, 257 Noonan, Terry, 101 Norby, Norlan Norris, Norris, Norsen Gary, 94 d, John, 158 Bonnie, 392 Richard, 372 , Jack, 160 Myatt, Larry, 153 Myerly, Jim, 414 Myers, Benton, 217, 219 Myers, Howard, 370 Myers, Jack, 149 Myers, Margaret M., 132 Myers, Stephen, 98 Myrsiiades, Costas, 392 N Naas, Ronald, 153 Nachazcl, Carol, 61, 341 Naehazel, John, 109 Nadeau, Andre, 404 Naibert, Anne, 86, 230 Naibert, Margaret, 86, 225 255, 392, 404 Nairn, David, 334 Nakama, Stanley, 151 Nakashima, Robert, 160 Nandell, Robert, 406 Nardini, Vcrine, 423 Nash, Williiam, 219 Nash, Van, 152 Nauman, Rolland, 392 North, Glenn, 392 Nosbish, James, 153, 155 Nott, Janet, 253 Novak, David, 58 Novak, Mary, 131, 230 Nowlin, Joyce, 143 Nowlin, Thomas, 160 Noyd, John, 153 Null, Nora, 392 Nutt, Wayne, 161 Nuttall, Barbara, 86, 405 Nye, Donna, 61 Nylund, Helen, 433 Nylund, Robert, 408 Nyquist, Linda, 90 Nystrom, Ruth, 81 O Oates, Julie, 74, 392, 404 Oberle, Jerry, 334 Oberstein, Barbara, 114 Oberweis, Janet, 122, 231 Obler, Nadine, 392 O'Brien, Michael, 154 Neal, Burrell, 425 Neal, Clark, 82, 152 Neal, Martha, 264 Neal, Sharon, 392, 415 Nebola, Mary, 423 Needles, Mark, 338 Neff, Carol, 341 Neff, Patricia, 137 Neild, Marion, 392 Nr-ill, Torrey. 97, 158, 258 Neiman, Donald, 117 Neiman, Richard, 117 Nelson, Arthur, 392 Nelson, Barry, 350 Nelson, Charles, 243 Nelson, Diana Ghlee, 78, 147 Nelson, Donna, 129, 130, 132, 253 Nelson, Frank, 392 Nelson, Linda J., 62 Nelson, Marcia, 252 Nelson, Robert, 118, 350 Nelson, Ronald, 153 Nelson, Verlin, 373 Nelson, Neryig. Wilmer, 121 Thomas, 105 Nesewich, Nancy, Neslund, Jim, 334 Nestrud, Thomas, 161, 243 Netherton, Darrell, 148, 152, 154, 155, 253 Netten, Larry, 160 Neuman, Jo, 267 Neville, Sally, 89 New, Michael, 77, 241 Newcomer, Martha, 137, 138 Newcomer, Richard, 406 Newell, Linda, 106, 145, 426 O1Bricn, Patrick, 69, 392 O'Connor, Lowell, 414 O1Connor, Mike, 314 O'Connor, Rosemary, 423 O'Connor, Walter, 94 Odendahl, Frederick, 73 Odendahl, Marsha, 133 Oehler, Sally, 86, 230, 252 Oelschlaeger, Fred, 118 Oetzmann, Kenneth, 150 Ohde, Sharon, 131 Oien, Dale, 414 Okamura, Alan, 337, 338, 407 Okcrstrom, John, 429 Okubo, Phyllis, 251, 267, 405 Oldake r, William, 101 Oldorf, Dennis, 338, 3311 Olescn, Carol, 70 Olesen, Harold, 348 Oleson, Blake, 152 Olive, Susan, 90 Olmste Olney, ad, Karen, 134 John, 414 Olsen, Allan, 371 Olsen, Carole, 61 Olsen, Jay, 153 Olsen, John, 392 Olson, Olson, Cheryl, 137 otmaiti, iso, 154, 247 Oshom, Merlin, 414, 417 Osborn, Robert, 393, 418 Oslack, Judith, 70 Ostendorf, llarry, 342 Ostrander, Regina, 133 O'Too1e, Patricia, 70 Ott, David, 105 Ottesen, RealH, 373, 393 Otto, Robert, 393 Otto, William, 110 Outhouse, Richard, 268, 418 Oyerbaugh, Alan, 350 Overbaugh, Glenn, 152 Owen, Gwen, 106 Owens, Jill, 249 Oxendale, Ronald, 121 Oyen, Gerald, 393 P Pacanovvski, Roger, 419 Packwood, John, 58, 359, 352 Padilla, Doreen, 127, 128 Padnos, Mark, 65 Paetz, Bill, 393 Page, Bonnelyn, 264, 423 Page, Sally, 131 Page, Spencer, 234, 253, 372, 393 Pailes, William, 393 Palmer, Edward, 373 Palmer, Mary, 351 Palmer, William, 211, 212, 213 Pancotto, Paul, 77 Pancratz, James, 97 Pankey, Melvin, 334, 342 Pansegrau, Donald, 414 Piapke, Richard, 393 Parden, James, 373 Pardun, Thomas, 118, 223, B9 Parham, Anne, 106 Parisi, William, 82, 153 Parizek, Marilyn, 251, 267, 406 Parizek, Michael, 267 Park, James, 151, 155 Park, Robert, 235, 251 Parker, Franklin, 358, 360, 408 Parker, John, 212, 213, 393 Parker, Leslie, 90 Parker, Linda, 89 Parker, Mary, 61 Parker, Norman, 250, 312 Parks, Margaret, 230, 393 Parks, William, 101 Parnell, Mary, 61 Parrott, Patricia, 134 Parsons, David, 154, 156, 253 Parsons, Philip, 151 Pasker, Jean, 90 Patrick, Thomas, 118 Patrigo, William, 113 Patten, Michael, 97 Patterson, Frank, 101 Patterson, Jane, 131, 231 Patterson, Marie, 133, 134, 252 Patton, Douglas, 97, 393 Patton, Frank, 246 Patton, Nicki, 106, 227, 393 Paul, Atlalbert, 393 Paul, James, 347 Paul, Norman, 414 Pauling, Dennis, 152 Paull, Charlotte, 70, 255 Paulus, Francis, 160 Olson, Eugene, 159, 161, 223, 251 Olson, Francis, 392 Olson, Gerald, 110, 334, 337 Olson, Gregory, 105, 257 Olson, ll. Melvin, 347, 349 Olson, James, 392 Olson, Jerilyn, 231 Olson, Loran, 393 Pauly, Pavlis, Mary, 423 Karen, 81 Pavlove, Diane, 130, 132 Paxton, Bonny, 423, 426 Peacock, Anne, 89 Peacocke, Sidney, 161 Pearl, Elliott, 98 Pearlm an, Ann, 393 Pearson, Joyce, 70 , 256 443 Pcarso Pease, Pease, Pecha, n, Marshall, 152 Diane, 393 janet, 251 VVilliam, 393 Peehacek, Alan, 118, 403, 314 Peck, Tim, 393 Peckos 11, iaaith, 131 Pcden, Eugene, 151 Pee1en,judith, 122, 228 Peil, Katherine, 89 Peila, Celia, 61 Pelegrin, Robert, 414,419 Pelsang, Robert, 292 Pelton, Charles, 253 Pelz, llarlan, 118 Pendergralt, Lynne, 70, 253 Penningroth. Sandra, 424 Pennington, Allan, 337 Penny, Barbara, 254 Penny, jane, 254 Perkins, Betty, 66 Perkins, Carolia, 393 Perkins, William, 292 Perlman, Adrienne, 114, 255, 393, 404 Perrin, Linda, 66, 227, 233 Perrin, Sandra, 126 Perry, Perry, Peters, Peters Dayton, 292 Ina Grace, 74 Bruce, 411, 414, 415, 416 Gregory, 85 Petersj Jim, 113 Peters, Lee, 118 Peters, Lyle, 242 Petersen, Bruce, 85 Petersen, Carolyn, 393 Petersen, David, 393 Petersen, Dennis, 149 Petersen, james, 216, 217, 393 Petersen, jay, 109 Petersen, Kenneth, 418 Petersen, Lee, 109 Petersen, Lynn, 161 Petersen, Michael A., 160 Petersen Petersen Petersen Petersen 1 Pamela, 62,247 , Patricia, 62, 139 , Stanley, 393 Petersen, Thomas, 238 Peterson, Betty, 62 Peterson, Bruce, 77 Peterson, Carroll, 393 Peterson, janice, 424 Peterson, jay, 73 Peterson, jill, 393, 405 Peterson, Mark, 161, 253, 338 Peterson, Max, 223 Peterson, Pamela, 134 J Peterson, Robert L., 149, 393 Peterson, Shelley, 93 leterson, Susan, 61, 424 Petsch, Mark, 267 Pettengill, Bonita, 61 Pettersen, Mark, 110 Pevestorf, Beety, 70 Pfaif, Carol, 133, 134 Pfeffer, james, 152, 156 Pfeffer, Robert, 85, 224, 233, 251, 252 Pfeiffer, john, 358, 363 Pfister Phelps , Muriel, 106, 277 , Charles, 414, 416 Phelps, Dale, -416 Phelps, Fredrick, 424, 425 Phelps, james, 97 Phelps, janet, 122, 253 Phillips, Barbara, 135 Phillips, Gary, 118, 152 Phillips, Pamela, 128 Phillips, Patrick, 372 Phinney, William, 393 Phoenix, Phyllis, 334 Pieper, Barbara, 253 Pieper, Bruce, 110, 277 Pieper, james, 113 Pierce, Margaret, 137, 230 Pierce, Pierro Susan, 393 William 161 fy r Pierson, james, 97 Pill, jellrey, 98, 222, 246, 256 Pilling, john, 77 Pillmore, jack, 82 Ping, Er, 414 Pinkele, Pinney, Cari, 394 roar., 347, 331 Piper, james, 232, 307 Pipho, Armin, 404 Pisarik, Nancy, 334, 341 Pitluck, Haskell, 98 Pitner, Richard, 73, 241, 256 Platner, Robert, 113, 257 Michael j., 153, 155, 243, 257 Platt, john, 156 Pletoher, john, 82, 307 Ploth, David, 417 Plummer, Leo, 417 Pogemiller, Gerald, 394 Pohlman, Linda, 135, 137 Points, Larry, 218 Polen, Mark, 65, 257 Polich, Vance, 416 Polk, Grant, 69, 218, 219 Polly, Richard, 150 Pooler, Gilbert, 153 Pope, Mary, 128 Popejoy, Patricia, 129, 132 Popek, William, 110 Popcnhagen, Linda, 265 Poppen, Donna, 62, 247 Porter, Carol, 78, 230, 394 Porter, jean, 78 Porter, Pam, 86, 252, 255 Porter, Robert, 416 Portloek, Phillip, 160 Portmann, Edward, 253 Potter, Carol, 252, 400 Powcl, jane, 93 Powell, David, 161 Power, Edward, 372 Powers, james, 113 Powers, Martin, 150, 394 Poyner, Donald, 371, 394 Prather, George, 394 Prescott, David, 161 Preston, Roberta, 394 Preuss, Donald, 414 Price, john, 152, 154, 292, 307 Price, Roy, 253, 370, 372 Pritchett, Barbara, 133, 134 Primich, Charles, 94 Prince, Russell, 113 Pringnitz, Karen, 425 Prior, Larry, 334, 342 Pritchard, james, 118 Proctor, Sharon, 142, 253, 407 Proctor, Shirlee, 66 Prough, Rebecca, 106 Prudhomme, Linda, 394 Pruess, james, 394 Prybil, Lawrence, 206, 223, 232, 402 Ptacek, Peter, 241, 251 Pugh, joseph, 334 Pugh, Linda, 130 Puhl, Luanne, 394 Pullen, Martha, 74 Pulse, Douglas, 394 Pulver, john, 358, 359, 360, 363 Punelli, Frank, 101 Purcell, Thomas, 82, 250, 299 Purdie, john, 349 Purk, VVayne, 77, 334, 337 Pursglove, Hattie, 394 Putnam, Thomas, 214 Putney, Rufus, 394 Pyle, janice, 86 Quast, Gary, 350 Queen, Thomas, 94, 394 Quigley, Michael, 159, 160 Quinby, james, 394 Quinn, john L., 117 Quinn, john P., 394 Quinn, Mary, 141, 142 Quinn, Robert, 334 R Rabe, Caroyln, 89, 179, 223 Rachow, Thomas, 154 Rac1ke,janadcne, 130, 132 Radloll, David, 394 Radloil, Elaine, 394 Radloll, Fredric, 358, 361 Ragan, Charles, 82 Ragsdale, Ann, 61 Rains, Neal, 159 Randall, Charles, 118 Randall, David, 394 Randall, Larry, 69 Randcll, Giay, 394 Randolph, Nanette, 70, 145, 225, 231 Rank, Daryl, 370 Rankin, Bruce, 216, 217, 218, 219, 394 Rannals, janyce, 131 Ranney, Richard, 347, 350 Rashke, Paula, 106 Raskin, Andrea, 114, 128 Rasley, james, 243 Rasmussen, Christie, 78, 394 Rasmussen, Doris, 424 Rasmussen, john W., 161 Rasmussen. Richard. 370 Rater, David, 419 Hari-ann, Judah, 228 Rauch, Leonard, 394 Rauscher, Frederick, 94, 223, 253, 256, 403 Raveling, judith, 137 Ravnshorg, judith, 394 Rawson, Gary, 161 Ray. Rolland, 148, 153, 154, 13,1 Raymon, james, 358 Reade, Brian, 148, 152, 154, 155, 253 Readinger, Ann, 78 Reardon, james, 153 Reay, Dorothy, 424 Reay, Richard, 121 Rcbec, Linda, 61, 253 Recher, David, 82, 292 Reddington, joe, 82, 250, 289, 299, 334 Retlenius, Randall, 69 Reed, Keith, 223, 370, 372 Reed, Linda, 134 Reed, Marilyn A., 129, 130 Reed, Marilyn M., 93, 230, 394 Reed, Wallace, 371 Reed, William, 148, 153 Reeves, David, 343 Regan, Patrick, 110, 212, 316 Regan, Sheila, 246 Rehak, Donald, 429 Rehmann, Wilbur, 77, 254 Rehwaldt, Michael, 113 Reid, William j., 358, 359, 363 Reida, Linda, 394 Riggleman, Beth, 127, 395 Riker, Anthony, 69 Riley, Alice, 424. 425 Riley, Mona, 81 Riley, Richard B,, 110, 316 Rimsans, Livija, 131 Rinclen, Gerry, 373 Ring, Dale, 243 Ring, Karen, 136 Ring, Phyllis, 395 Ringer, jerry, 414, 417 Ringer, VVilliam, 335 Rinner, jean, 130, 132 Rintell, Douglas, 263, 266 Riser, Virginia, 141 Risley, David, 85 Ristau, Sharon, 122 Ritchie, David, 160 Ritson, George, 349 Rittenmeyer, james, 113 Ritter, Kathryn, 66 Ritz, Rex, 58, 253, 256 Ritzman, Vernon, 416 Rix, Charles, 408 Roach, David, 299 Robbins, james C., 212, 395 Robbins, Mary, 122 Roberson, Dale, 417 Roberson, jule, 62 Roberts, Carolyn, 133, 134, 227, 337 Roberts, David, 101 Roberts, Diane, 424 Roberts, jay, 102, 292, 312 Roberts, jerry, 69 Reifert, Ronald, 394 Reilly, Charles, 292 Reilly, George, 370, 372 Reimer, Michael, 110, 250 Reimers, Bruce, 416 Reimers, Nancy, 143 Reinebach, Carolyn, 230, 252, 264, 394 Reinhard, Conrad, 416 Reinhardt, Thomas, 150 Reinke, Merlyn, 334 Reinsager, Thomas, 394 Reisetter, Philip, 149 Reistrofier, Anthony, 151 Rcitzel, Norman, 414, 419 Rembolt, Diana, 106 Remley, james, 153 Remmers, Ronald, 69 Renander, Warren, 148, 150, 217, 219, 292 Renaud, Verlan, 358, 359, 360 Rendleman, Douglas, 394 Reno, judith, 128 Renshaw, Frank, 214 Repass, Camille, 93, 225, 228, 233, 239 Resch, Ronald, 268 Resler, VVilli, 151 Ressler, Charlene, 265 Restelli, William, 149 Retman, Frank, 314 Roberts, joseph, 113 Roberts, Thomas, 110 Roberts, William R., 117 Robertson, Carl, 113 Robertson, Gary, 363 Robertson, janet, 99 Robeson, james, 242 Robinett, Gail, 61, 226 Robinson, Stephen, 358 Robinson, William, 335 Robshaw, james, 292 Rock, Keith, 149 Rockafellow, Roger, 219 Rocker, Scott, 307 Rockli n, james, 98 Roddy, Michael, 151, 253 Rodewald, David, 251, 257, 337, 395 Rodgers, james, 85, 289, 299 Rodriguez, Shirley, 74 Roc, Louis, 395 Roelof Roesle s, Patricia, 395 r, Brian, 149 Roessler, Barbara, 129, 133 Rogers, Donna, 128, 252 Rogers, james, 348 Rogers, Lonnie, 101. 292 Rogers, Margaret, 407 Rogers, VVarren, 69 Roggeveen, Bill, 97 Rettig, Lawrence, 395 Rettig, Wilma, 395 Reuben. Marlene, 114 Reuben, Sandra, 114, 266, 395 Reyhons, Dennis, 102 Reynolds, David R,, 335, 342, 343 Reynolds, Patrick, 337, 343 Reynolds, Reynolds, Robert, 252 Sue, 93, 223, 227, 233, 400 Reznicek, George, 151, 335 Rhodes, Patrick, 395 Rhutasel, Larry, 358 Rice, jane, 135, 405 Rice, judith, 74 Richards, Gary, 82, 250, 3117, H18 Richards, julitanne, 137 Richards, Melvin, 419 Richardson, Dawn, 139, 140, 225, 226, 241, 395 Richardson, Robert, 211, 212, 213, 215, 359, 360, 363 Richmond, james, 371 Richter, Gabriele, 81 Riddle, Fred, 292 Ridenour, Dean, 335, 338, 339, 342 Rohlena, Barbara, 395 Rohr, Gene, 395 Rohwedder, james, 148, 151, 154, 155, 251 Rolland, Daryl, 214 Rommel, Arlene, 136, 137, 341 Roof, Mabel. 425 Roos, Frederick, 156 Roos, joseph, 308 Rosborough, james, 110 Rose, Dennis, 350 Rosebrook, Lee, 77, 257 Roseland, judith, 86 Roseland, Richard, 85 Roseman, joseph, 85 Rosernier, Margaret Thompson, 424 Rosenberg, jack, 65 Rosenberg, Robert, 414 Rosenberg, Steven, 98 Rosenberger, jay, 349 Rosenbloom. Dan, 65 Rosene, Robert, 370, 372 Rosenquist, Terry, 113 Rosenstein, Matthew, 65 Rosenthal, Marc, 65 Riedesel, Lynn, 78, 395 Riedesel, Ronald, 161 Rieger, Phyllis, 395 Riehn, Larry, 149 Rieke, Thomas, 277 Ries, james, 251, 358, 361 Ries, janet, 130, 267, 395 Riessen, Reinhard, 152, 156 Rife, jcanne, 424 Riggins, Dennis, 101 Riggins, Diana, 74 Ross, james A., 110 Ross, john, 101 Ross, Rebecca, 106 Ross, Richard, 109, 241, 256 R1 rss, Ruth, 395 Rossie, Margaret, 395 Rost, Dwight, 414, 416 Roster Roth, mundt, Gene, 395 Robert, 370, 372 Roudabush, Marilyn, 136 Roulson, Calvin, 216, 217, 218, 219, 39.3 Rouse, Allan, 395 Rouse, Kenneth, 82 Roush, Richard, 347, 349 Rousso, Suzanne, 90 Roustio, Ioy, 395 Rowley, Carl, 350 Rowley, Catherine, 128 Roylce, Merle, 97, 242 Royer, Lawrence, 349 Rozeboom, Paul, 414, 417 Rubcl, Frank, 214 Ruben, Brent, 65 Rubin, Robert, 395 Rubin, Ronald, 98 Ruby, Nancy, 62, 395 Rudd, Iack, -403 Rudman, Marjorie, 114, 347 Rudman, Robert, 212, 213, 359, 363 Ruehmann, Robert, 327 Rueter, Carl, 251, 267 Rufe, Mary, 424 Ruggeri, 1.inda, 395 Ruhl, Darrell, 395 J Rumbaugh, Sallie, 86 Rummery, Lee, 85 Rundle, T. I., 414 Rundquist, Gordon, 101 Rundquist, Muriel, 395 Runge, Kenneth, 153 Ruopp, Margaret, 90, 223, 337 Rush, Marjorie, 395 Russ, Susan, 70, 406 Russell, Ican, 395 Russell, Millie, 265, 425 Russell, Sheila, 395 Russo, Charles, 154, 155 Russo, Harris, 151, 155, 214 Ruston, Heidi, 235 Rutenbeck, Heidi, 131 Rutenbeck, Kay, 395 RuthroFl, Carla, 61 Ruud, Maryann, 89, 183, 20, 223, 235 Ryan, Gary, 153 Ryan, Ioyce, 122 Ryan, Kathleen, 347, 351 Ryan, Lehan, 371, 372 Ryan, Michael, 77 Ryan, Phyllis, 142 S Saboe, Beverly, 137, 253 Saccaro, Carol, 131, 132 Sacora, Timmie, 101 Sadden, Mohummed, 373 Salva, Donald, 414 Sample, Donald, 335, 343 Samuelson, Dennis, 402, 416 Sanburg, Larry, 118 Sandell, Frank, 77 Sanden, Ianet, 228, 229, 405 Sanders, Glenda, 81 Sanders, Iean, 395 Sanders, Ioan, 351 Sanfrey, Gerald, 151 Sankot, Thomas, 213, 267, 337 Santoro, Richard, 335 Sartor, Nancy, 395 Santor, Richard, 395 Sattcrlee, Itames, 349 Sauer, Franklin, 150, 373, 395 Sauer, Ralph, 370, 372 Sauer. Robert, 414 Sawardeker, Iawahar, 433 Sawyer, Iohn, 347, 349 Sawyer, Laura, 370 Sawyer, Suzanne, 395 Sayre, William, 101, 242, 338 Scalise, David, 148, 154 Scandrett, Forrest, 350 Schaefer, Roger, 335 Schacferle, Martin, 73 Schafcr, Iohn, 152,214 Schafer, Michael, 110 Schalekamp, Donald, 150 Schalon, Charles, 113, 211, 212, 213 Schamberger, Stephen, 335, 343 Schantz, Mark, 222, 224 Schaper, Linda, 131 Sehaps, Iordan, 266 Schatz, Stanley, 150 Scheel, Allen, 69 Scheih, Durwood, 395 Schell-in, Winfrid, 358, 361 Schenk, Gerda, 347 Scheppele, Iames, 160 Scherrer, Charles, 152, 156, 211, 214, 408 Schiavoni, Michael, 77, 256, 316 Schielen, Clark, 153, 154 ,215 Schild, Donald, 1499 Schiller, Leonard, 98 Schilling, Roger, 102, 312 Schilling, Roger, 102, 312 Schimmel, Leon, 416 Schirm, Iames, 105, 212, 213, 335, Sohltapkohl, Gerald, 161, 358, 363 Schlicher, Iohn, 411, 417 Schlunz, Iames, 358, 363 Schmacker, Carla, 145, 147, 424 Schmeiser, Donald, 151 Schmickle, Sally, 131 Schmidt, Karen, 70 Schmidt, Leroy, 335, 342, 343 Schmidt, Marna, 425 Schmidt, Robert, 308 Schmidt, William, 363 Schmulbach, Patricia, 86, 401 Schncde, Brenda, 135, 226, 227 Schneider, Edmund, 150, 156 Schneider, Iames, 151 Schneider, Linda, 395 Schneider, Susan, 133, 135 Schnoor, Iames, 152 Schoemaker, Thomas, 335 Schoenberg, Diane, 106 Schoenfelder. Ioyce, 188 Schoeppner, Melvin, 158 Scholes, Roger, 338, 339 Scholtes, Betty, 145 Scholtes, Ioan, 426 Scholtz, Iean, 127, 264 Scholtz, Tracey, 370, 373 Scholz, Io-hn, 406 Schomberg, Steven, 118 Schoon, Lee, 358 Schott, Iane, 106, 226 Schrader, Charles, 149 Schrader, Herbert, 395 Schrader, Margaret, 86 Schrage, Russell, 337, 370, 372 Schramm, Victor, 395 Schrody, David, 348, 395 Schroeder, George, 58 Schroeder, Gregg, 358 Schroeder, Harold, 350 Schroeder, Sandra, 93, 396 Sohroeder, Stanley, 363 Schroeder, William, 121 Schrunk, Thomas, 213, 215 Schuchert, Eugene, 358 Schuchmann, Harold, 347, 349 Schug, Merwyn, 121, 216, 217,219 Schultz, Mary, 396 Schultz, Neil, 216, 217, 219, 396 Schultz, Stephen B., 110 Schulz, Keith, 370 Schumacher, George, 335 Schumacher, Norman, 160 Schumacher, Robert, 151 Schuman, Suzanne, 137 Schumann, Carla, 78, 202 Schutte, Harvey, 242 Schutz, Barbara, 142 Schwab, Donald, 160 Schwabe, Hedy, 138 Schwarting, Eugene, 358, 359, 361, 362, 363 Schwengcl, Kenneth, 358, 363 Schwidder, Iack, 73, 257 Schwob, Thomas, 73 Scieszinski, David, 370 Scinta, Sharon, 137 Serbin, Iohn, 396 Sernett, Richard, 370 Servine, Iohn, 349 Setter, David, 371 Seuferer, Larry, 211, 212, 213, 222, 238, 338 Sevatson, Trudy, 62 Scvera, Robert, 396 Severe, Richard, 358, 360, 363 Severeid, Larry, 414, 416 Severson, Arlo, 149 Sewell, Alice, 131, 265 Sexauer, Georgiana, 106, 396 Shafer, Dana, 90 Shafer, Ernst, 82 Shafer, Iudith, 62 Shafer, Robert, 153, 217, 219 ShaF1,Iay, 219 Shaffer, Terry, 217, 219 Shagass, Carla, 400 Shalley, Iack, 268 Shaner, Kenneth, 158 Shank, Stephen, 110, 403 Shank, Susan, 62, 247, 267 Shannon, Michael, 97 Shannon, Pamela, 106, 179 Sharp, llarold, 337 Sharp, Kent, 101 Sharpe, Karilee Freeberg, 396 Shaw, Richard, 73, 250, 299, 396, 4 Shay, Dennis, 102 Shay, Michael, 110 Shea, Terence, 406 Shearer, Robert, 372 Sheats, Carole, 62 Sheerer, Iames, 85, 217, 219 Sheets, Curtis, 161 Sheets, Lawrence, 161 ' Sheliren, Gerald, 98 Sheldon, Douglas, 97 Shepard, Donald, 150 Shepard, Gene, 252, 371 Shepard, Iames, 105 Shepard, William D., 414, 418 Shepherd, Russell, 396 Sheridan, Thomas, 160, 243, 252 Sherman, Robert, 110, 250, 292 Sherman, William, 94, 396 Sherod, David, 85, 233, 251 Sherre, Phyllis, 114 Shewalter, Kristin, 142 Shidler, George, 69 Shields, Iames C., 113 Shilller, Io, 74,131 Shimek, Iudy, 70, 175 Shimkat, Edward, 160 Shimoda, Ghristan, 118, 257 Shinbori, Ronald, 358, 360 Shinn, Nancy, 74, 206, 226, 241 Shinn, Rosalind, 74 Shinofreld, Richard, 73, 335 Shipka, Steven, 110 Shoemaker, Glenn, 277, 358, 363 Shoemaker, Stephen, 97 Sholes, Mark, 150 Shook Shoop Shope, Gary, 358 Suellen, 424 Wendel, 396 Shor, Gertrude, 114, 266, 396 Shors, Shors, Short, Iohn, 372 Richard, 94 Dennis, 396 Shouse, Ioel, 358, 359, 360 Shouse, Kent, 150 Scoth orn, Margaret, 143, 396 Scott, Diane, 122, 228 Scott, Ianet, 134 Scott, Iohn R., 118 Scott, Richard E., 396 Scott, Sandra, 143, 396 Scott, William E., 416 Soar, Edward, 216, 217, 218, 335 Sears, Daniel, 82 Sears, Karl, 396 Sears, Linda, 90 Sebben, Iack, 153, 158, 159, 160, 161, 242, 308 Secress, Linda, 139 Sedlacek, Ion, 94 Seelau, Paul, 263, 267 Seeley, Wanda, 264, 396 Seely, Linda, 90 Seery, Robert, 212, 213 Scesser, Karl, 153 Scidl, Thomas, 429 Scime, Glenn, 85 Sell, Ion, 372 Selle, Seltze Virginia, 90, 396 r, Richard, 98 Semler, Charles, 151 Shrader, Margaret, 233, 255 Shrauger, Frances, 89, 130, 132 Shriver, T. A., 58 Shuey, David, 117 Shulkin, Sharon, 114, 266 Shultice, Robert, 414, 419 Shultz, Robert, 251, 396, 407 Sias, Nancy, 90 Sibley, Samuel, 126, 159, 160, 396, Sidney, 'tVesley, 307 Sidwell, Steve, 149 Siclken, Shirley, 424 Siegel, Duane, 117 Sicperda, Dean, 82, 149 Siepena, Sandra, 90 Sigelman, Robert, 98, 23 Sikma, Robert, 252, 254, 396 Silverstein, Kenneth, 65 Simmers, Samuel, 149, 156 Simmons, Barbara, 253, 425 Simmons, David, 73, 252, 337, 343 Simmons, Iames, 152, 156 Simms, Clyde, 152 Simon, Lanell, 78 Simon, Susan, 136, 137 02 407 Simpson, David, 85 Simpson, Dayton, 152 Sincox, Nancy, 122, 253 Singley, Gale, 396 Sinn, Douglas, 98, 257 Sinnarcl, Harold, 335 Sinovich, Barbara, 62, 267 Sirowy, Ronald, 121, 256 Sisk, Robert, 69 Sisler, Linda, 61 Sisler, VVilliam, 85, 233 Siverly, David, 213 Sjoberg, Iohn, 150 Siostrom. William, 73, 242 Skalsky, Ieanne, 106 Skalsky, Iudith, 106, 202, 233, 2 Skare, Rasmus, 97 Skarin, Andrea, 130 Skarshaug, Karen, 74 Skaugstad, Charles, 414, 416 Skea, William, 110, 299 Skilton, Harry, 265 Skinner, Margaret, 396 Skow, Iune, 146 Skow, Pete, 110 Skram, Kathleen, 176 Slater, Carmon, 277, 396 Slessor, Sheila, 143. 231, 265 Sloan, Doris, 127 Sloan, Mary, 93, 142 Slov, Gaylene, 114. 129, 130 Slowey, Kenneth, 396 Smraha, Leslie, 69 Smalley, Brent, 113 Smalley, Iames, 347, 350 Smalley, Mary, 351 Smallman, Ron, 106 Smallwood, Thomas, 110 Smith, Ben, 152 Smith, Bette, 230 Smith, Beverly A., 265, 424, 4 Smith, Smith, Beverly I., 268 Carolyn M., 78, 255 Smith, Charles, 307 Smith, Donna, 74, 253 Smith, Durane, 117 Smith, Edgar, 349 Smith, Fay, 121 Smith, Gloria, 146, 264, 424 Smith, 1-larry, 372, 419 Smith, Iames M., 411 Smith, Ianet, 230 Smith, Iean, 62, 335. 341 Smith, Iudith A., 337, 341 Smith, Marilyn I., 62 Smith, Marilyn W., 396 Smith, Mary I., 396 Smith, Penn-ie. 93. 137 Smith, Richard, 69, 215 Smith, Sheryl, 264, 424 Smith, Stanley, 416 Smith, Steffenie, 74, 396 Smith, Stephen, 151 Smith, Thomas 1'1,, 214 Smith, Wiley, 121 Smith, Willie R., 292 Smits, Virginia, 424 Smull, Sondra, 396 Snell, Gary, 335, 338 Snell, Ianice, 131 Snell, Richard, 358 Snider, Brenna. 146, 253 Snider, Catherine, 122 Snider, Iulia, 89 Snodgrass, Donald, 429 Snodgrass, Sharon, 425 Snyder, Duane, 359, 361, 362, Snyder, Ieanne, 396 Snyder, Larry, 242, 396 Snyder, Robert, 337 Snyder, Sherril, 133, 135 Snyder, Wallace, 101 Sobwiek, Donald, 406 Soderstrom, Dale, 89 Soehren, Stephen, 349 Sohl, Donald, 335 Sokody, Karen, 62 Soldatti, Linda, 122 Solheim, Myrna, 424 Soman, Barbara, 396 Somermeyer, Gary, 65 Songer, Martha, 396 Sopher, Rene, 335 Sorensen, Iudith, 93, 255, 354 Sorenson, David, 335 Sorg, Barbara, 93 Sorg, Ruth, 396 Som, Marilynne, 131 Sortor, Everett, 158 25 363 Soudan, Robert, 85 South, Maurice, 150 Spaight, Joyce, 425 Spangler, James, 152 Spannaus, Edward, 242, 258 L Spaulding, Gail, 62 Spaulding, Keith, 308 Spaulding, Susan, 62, 396 Spector, Joseph, 98, 266 Speedy, Ronald, 151 Speer, John, 73 Spence, Edward, 110 Spencer, Kay, 142 Sperry, Rebecca, 135 Spillane, Spina, G Spooner, Sprague, Sprague, Joyce, 405 ary, 153 Thomas, 416 John, 82 Judith, 66 Spratt, Thomas, 267, 337, 338 Spring, Constance, 396 Spring, Mark, 265 Spurgeon, Gary, 406 Squiers, Richard, 349 Stack, Philip, 396 Stafford, Annabelle, 254 Stallord, Roger, 254 Stage, Sarah, 66 Stable, Galen, 121 Stahlhut, Steven, 113 Stahly, John, 121, 159, 161 Stahmer, Carolyn, 425 Stamler, Paul, 85 Stamos, Scottie, 70 Stamy, Allen, 77 Standeven, Jothn, 358, 361 Stange, Glori.a, 133, 341 Stanley, Ida, 78, 130 Stanley, Joan, 397 Stanley, John, 419 Stanley, William C., 73, 216, 217, 218, 219, 397 Stanton, JamEfS, 370, 371 Stapleton, Janet, 66, 233 Starkey, Catherine, 61, 406 Starks, Celia, 142, 254 Starr, James, 150, 155, 53 Staton, Janice, 62 Stauch, Douglas, 117 Stearns, Cheryl, 62 Stearns, David, 415 Steele, Betty, 142 Steele, David, 161 Steele, Marilyn, 106, 232 Steele, Wesley, 219 Stce1man,James, 117 Steelman, Judith, 127, 223, 224 Steenrod, Patricia, 253 Steenrod, Robert, 73 Stelll, Susanne, 203, 226, 241, 397, Stelfensen, John, 69, 257 Steiger, Roger, 408 Steiger, Ronald, 408 Stein, Larry, 65 Steinmetz, David, 151 Stempel, Reid, 152 Steninger, Ann, 354, 397 Stephens, Antoinette, 26 Stephens, Jane, 93 Stermer, Barbara, 62 Stessman, Robert, 397 Stevens, Stevens, Judith, 66, 203, 255 Michael, 397 Stevens, Phillip, 358 Stevens, Shirley, 66, 335, 339, 341 Stevens, Thaddeus, 433 Stevenson, Gerald, 406 Stevenson, Linda, 93, 397 Stevenson, William, 113 Stewart, James, 110, 397 Stewart, Julie, 106, 255 Stewart, Malinda, 61 Stewart, Miriam, 130, 132 Stewart, Robert, 97, 250 Stewart, Stephen, 159, 160 Stewart, William, 97 Stidwell, Walter, 348 Stieglitz, Ronald, 397 Stientjes, Jay, 335 Still, David, 82, 219 Still, Margaret, 81 Stinarrl, Stinartl, Stinson, Stinson, Charles, 372 Roger, 102 Stephen, 408 Willard, 335 Stitt, Michael, 73 Stock, Charles, 343 Stock, Linda, 70, 252, 400 Stock, Rachel, 106 406 Stoddard, Michael, 150 Stoker, Joyce, 93, 220 Stokstad, Arden, 77, 316 Stoller, Richard, 243 Stone, Judy, 397, 415 Stone, Miriam, 114 Stone, Thomas, 113, 256 Stonebraker, William, 82 Stoneburg, William, 161 Stookey, Gail, 122 Stopperan, Allan. 372 Storby, Gene, 149, 397 Storck, Mary, 66 Story, Robert, 121 Stothfang, Judith, 130 Stoughton, Donna, 397 Stout, William, 358, 363 Stoutner, Jelfrey, 102 Stowell, James, 408 Sylvester, Curtis, 152 Synhorst, Carol, 397 Sznaider, VVilliam, 335 Szykowny, Matthew, 289, 292 T Tabach, Brian, 65 Tabbert, Russell, 397 Taber, John, 149 Tall, William. 110, 343 Taken, Theresa, 252, 267, 397 Tallent, Donald, 158 Tallman, William, 153 Tam, Alice, 433 Tangren, Frank, 153 Tanner, Eleanor, 70 Tansey, Jim, 113 Tappan, Carol, 14.5 Tate, Martha, 70 Tomson, Royce, 398 Tonquest, Bernard, 113 Toohill, Jeanne, 86 Toohill, Judith, 86, 230, 252, 267, 398 Topinlca, David, 153. 156, 213, 363 Torbert, Thomas, 82 Torode, Maralynn, 89, 253, 255, 354, 398, 401 Touch, Alan, 109 Strain, Dianne, 61, 397 Strain, Ned, 246, 333 Straley, Stephen, 243 Strang, Dennis, 150 Strate, Richard, 58, 242 Stratton, Monty, 149 Stratton, Susan, 397 Strauch, Doris, 354 Straumanis, Andrey, 348, 350 Strauss, David, 98, 250, 316 Strauss, Richard, 98, 247 Strawhorn, Larry, 358 Strawn, Fred, 109 Strawn, Mary, 335, 341 Streit, Charles, 149 Strickfaden, Sandra, 335, 341, 342 Strike, Robert, 335 Strobach, William, 160 Strom, Bruce, 98 Stroope, Thomas, 153 Stropes, Lawrence, 82 Stroup, Loyd, 265 Strueber, James, 153 Struit, M. R., 101 Strum, Barry, 65 Strunk, Diane, 86 Struve, Julie, 129, 131, 132, 227 Studnicka, Ben, 408 Studt, Steven, 211, 214 Stumbaugh, Bruce, 350 Stumme, John, 151 Sturtevant, Linda, 78 Sturtevant, Patricia, 397 Sudenga, George, 373 Sudimack, Allan, 151 SuH'ieoo1, Robert, 358, 361, 363 Suiter, Jerry, 77, 212, 358 Sulecki, Judith, 263, 407 Sulentic, Donald, 77 Sullivan, Gayle, 66, 255 Sullivan, George, 161 Sullivan, John, 371 Summcrwill, Ben, 117 Sunderman, Ronald, 58 Sunleaf, David, 109, 256 Sunleaf, Roger, 370, 373 Sunseri, John, 292 Sup, Patsy, 136 Super, Victoria, 397 Sunasky, Janice, 407 Susich, John, 429 Susich, Susan, 194 Sutclille, Judith, 397 Tatum, Susan, 426 Taylor, Bruce, 418 Taylor, Gary, 121 Taylor, Jean, 127, 128, 258 Taylor, Linda, 89 Taylor, Ralph, 336 Taylor, Wayne, 118 Taylor, William, 117 Taylor, Tcheng, Winter, 143 Donna, 424, 42.5 Towell, Ronald, 113 Towle, Stephen, 73 Towle, Virginia, 74 Toync, Wayne, 65 Trace, Sheila, 129, 130 Tracy, Boyd, 117 Tracy, George, 117 Tracy, Roger, 97 Tnansier, Kent, 358, 359 Travis, Larry, 117, 233 Traw, Charles, 97 Trecker, Steven, 160 Trciber, Steven, 121, 148, 152 Trent, Frank, 77 Trewet, Carrol, 347, 348 Trimble, Ann, 81 Trimble, Bruce, 350 Trimble, Ralph, 216, 230, 307, 317, 398 Trope, Ryna, 114, 233 Trost, Sharyn, 264 Teal, Michael, 151 Teal, Patricia, 139, 140, 267 Tebrugge, Al, 121, 161 Teegen, Marilee, 70, 235, 252, 406 Templeton, Ellen, 74, 277 Tenet, Kay, 145, 146, 424 Tenglin, Gene, 397 Tesclall, Donald, 419 Test, Steven, 118 Tester, Richard, 414, 416 Teyro, Patricia, 81, 351 Tharp, Carol, 253 Tharp, Dale, 161 Thatcher, James, 350 'Thede Merv n 150 156 343 , y , - , X , Theisen, Lee, 94, 206, 223, 233, 252, 256, 397 Thelen, Leslie, 86, 347 Thielen, Susan, 78 Thies, David, 161 Thoma, John, 337 Truax, John, 216, 217, 398 Truax, Kurt, 349 Truckenbrod, Phillip, 398 True, John, 429, 433 Tubbs, Danvers, 363 Tucker, David, 268 Tucker, Janet, 336, 341 Tucker, Judith, 130 Tudor, Conni, 70 Tufty, Carolyn, 78 Tully, Michael, 251, 336, 343 Tumelty, Paul, 267 Turici, Richard, 292, 398 Tumer, J. Dw'ig,ht, 336 Turner, James, 416 Turner, Kathryn, 251 Turner, Sanford, 370 Turner, Sara, 336 Turpin, Glenda, 398 Tvedte, Hans, 349 Twaddle, Donald, 121 Thomas, John, 250, 317, 397 Thomas, Joseph, 94, 429, 430 Thomas, Judith, 268 Thomas, Nancy, 341 Thomas. Sharon, 78, 277 Thomas, Thomas, 101, 257 Thomas, Vance, 158 Thompson, Allen, 214, 398 Thompson, Barbara, 78 Thompson, Bruce, 113, 314 Thompswn, Dale, 153 Tllornpson, Glen, 404 Thompson, James, 150 Thompson, John, 358, 363 Thompson, Joseph, 398 Thompson, Judith, 62 Thompson, Kathy, 90, 255 Thompson, Linda, 78 Thompson, Marian, 62 Thompson, Michael, 102 Thompson, Robert, 150 Thompson, Richard E., 398 Suzuki, Thomas, 358 Svarups, John, 316 Svendscn, Reinert, 417 Swain, Gary, 110 Swain, Susan, 122 Swan, John, 97 Swanson Gary 151, 155 Swanson, Jack, 110 Swanson, Joel, 73, 256, 397 Swanson, Karen, 66 Swanson Lorene, 93 Swanson, Swanson Robert, 242, 308 Sandra, 397 Swartzwclter, Jay, 348 Sweeney, Marcia, 127 Sweeting, Cherie, 400 Sweetland, Sharon, 142 Swenka, Ronald, 217, 219 Swenson, Carolyn, 425 Swenson, Don, 397 Swenson, Eldon, 418 Swenson , Larry, 397 Swift, Frederick, 150 Swift, Kathleen, 204, 397, 407 Swinkin, Jacob, 414,419 Swisher, Richard, 397 Sykes, John, 335 Thompson, Richard P., 398 Thompson, VVayne, 109, 217, 219 Thor, John, 211, 212, 214, 429 Thoreson, James, 363 Thorn, James, 370, 373 Thorngren, Carol, 89 Thornton, Jean, 134, 254 Thorrtwall, Paul, 85, 203, 336, 337 Thorson, Larry, 398 Throckinorton, Bobbe, 106 Thurber, Linda, 265, 277 Tiedje, Raymond, 110, 257 Tielernan, 1-lenry, 251 Tiernan, Helen, 143 Tigges, Duane, 150 Till, Elaine, 337, 341 Tinklenberg, Jared, 415, 416, 232 Tisue, Fred, 348 Tjarks, lleyo, 350 Tobiason, Robert, 161 Tobin, John, 336 Todt, Alice, 424 Toelle, lVlary, 74 Toerber, Erwin, 403 Toland, Trevor, 154 Tollefson, Robert, 429 Tomasek, Miriam, 252 Twito, Marilyn, 398 Tygett, William, 419 Tyler, Paul, 158 Tyler, Phillip, 69 Tyler, Walter, 371, 373 Tyrrel, Jack, 398 U Uber, Michael, 117 Uchytil, Michael, 336 Ucman, Joseph, 292 Uiterrnarkt, John, 336 Uitermarkt, Judith, 70 Ullman, Julian, 418 Umcbayashi, Akiko, 251 Underwood, James, 201 Underwood, Judith, 12 Ungurean, Amo, 161 Unkel, Terry, 336 Updegratl, James, 214 Upham, Ronald, 69, 359, 362 Urbatsch, Donald, 398 Urelius, Leaetta, 70 Urich, Mary, 133, 134 Utholll, Steven, 268, 398 Uthoff, Vincent, 403 Utley, Sallie, 90, 398 Utt, James, 398 V Vaandrager, Vernon, 414 Vajgrt, Dennis, 69, 218, 219 Valenta, James, 149 Valentine, Clark, 82, 235 Valentine, Dennis, 371 Valesh, Keith, 349 Valla, Marline, 398 Vallier, Averil, 203, 373 Vanbramer, Thomas, 109 Vancamp, Diann, 81 Vandecar, Elizabeth, 347 Vandegarde, Larry, 415, 416 Vandekamp, Cary, 151 Vandekamp, Jerry, 151 Vanderhoek, Harold, 149, 161 Vandermatcn, Robert, 109 Vanderoovaart, V. 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