University of Iowa - Hawkeye Yearbook (Iowa City, IA)
- Class of 1964
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Text from Pages 1 - 466 of the 1964 volume:
The State University of Iowa is in the midst of expansion
. . . expansion physically, academically, culturally, and
Keeping abreast of the fast-moving times is essential for all
colleges and universities. This SUI strives to accomplish
with its programs and policies of University improvement
With a sharp eye on the future, SUI is already planning for
THE UNIVERSITY . . . 18
V ACADEMICS . . . 50
ACTIVITIES . . 142
uphll' RESIDENCES . . . 330
More than S20 million in University
building projects are now or soon will be
under construction on the SUI campus.
Not since the 1920's when the medical cam-
pus was established has SUI enjoyed such a
period of expansion as the one now under-
way. This construction, when completed,
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The 85 foot ion Tower Building will house a 5.5 million
volt Van de Graaff particle accelerator upon its completion.
This "atom smasherv will open new vistas of nuclear re-
search at SUI.
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THIS YEAR, physical expansion meant
a changing "face" for the SUI campus.
Among the new buildings in progress
are a 65-foot tower housing a high-
energy particle accelerator, a six-floor
Physics-Mathematics building, a four-
Hoor Zoology building addition, a new
building for the College of Business
Administration, 34.2 million in addi-
tions to the Memorial Union, a four-
story Engineering building addition, a
new University Water Treatment
Plant, a 476-bed annex to Burge Hall,
a multi-level parking ramp and a men-
tally retarded children's center as a
wing to the Hospital School for Se-
verely Handicapped Children.
xpected to be completed by late l965, the new home of the
ollege of Business Administration will also house the
Bureau of Labor and Management and the Bureau of Busi-
ness and Economic Research.
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space adjacent to research laboratories, teaching labs and
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Sponsored by Project AID, Suzushi Hanayagi, classical Iap-
ancse dance artist, performs the Iiuta, a danced iove ballad.
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The Campus has many spots where students may study and
enjoy the out-of-doors at the same time.
The sidewalk beside the Geology building hill, though
treacherous when icy, is always busy with students
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place for students as they watch
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Responsibilities, regui an ions, hours
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ideas . . . a Wealth of
friendships '. . '. communal' 'living and shared mo-
ments . . .fthe challengeofhigher education . . . a
paradox of limitations andgffreedoms . becoming a
part of a dynamic university.
Signing the book, wearing the pin
A sense of belonging, 21 security
Friendships, guidance, encouragement
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So many new faces . . . all those Greek names
The excitement of Rush VVeek is a never-forgot
ten thing . . . so many new faces . . . all those
Greek names . . . confusion and disappointment,
sometimes . . . could the rushees make a choice?
. . . they did . . . men and women took the oath,
signed the book, Wore the pin proudly . . . pledge-
ship meant hard work, study hours, responsibilities
. . . also good fun . . . pledges were striving to
become Worthy of active membership . . . Greek
life was another new experience . . . an important
part of college life . . . a belonging, a security, in
a sense . . . an inspiration to excel academically
and socially . . . friendships, guidance, encour-
agement . . . ties within a common bond.
"I guess l should have pledged a sororitylv
"Do you mean IM- uaitvql in this line ull this time :md set-tion 'll is L-lwsecl?"
Becoming an Official Part of SUI
Registration is an ordeal . . . but necessary to be-
come an official part of the University . . . it means
long lines outside Macbride, the Field House, at the
tables . . . disappointments . . . students juggle sched-
ules . . . "Well, I guess I canit get all my classes
before 11:30 after all" . . . but itis soon over and A
only comes twice a year.
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Parents, too, are welcomed to SUI
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Students enjoy the lingering days of fall by ftudying or droaming on the campus lawn.
Fall At SU Means Man Things
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Smiles promise a Win-and Iowa did! Imont on every play
Ha-rky kept a close XV8lL'h from his sideline perch.
SUIowans in the Pep Club cheering block waved their straw hats, demanding a touchdown.
A fall semester at SUI wouldn't be complete
without football . . . led by captains Wally Hil-
genberg and Paul Krause, the Iowa squad had a
good season . . . the Hawks won some, lost some
. . . but the fighting spirit was always there . . .
and so were the students . . . they came with
blankets and radios . . . packing the stadium, in-
tent on every play, giving their support . . . led
by the Pom-Pom girls, SUlowans cheered with
pride . . . 'il-O-W-Ali . , . the Pep Clubis cheering
block waved their straw hats and called for touch-
downs . . . the Highlanders and Marching Band
entertained spectators during hall-time . . . even
Herky kept a close watch on the games from his
Mike Reilly . , , the fighting spirit was always there
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Students watch the 4l-foot Homecoming monument, "Top of the Crop," crumble-a tribute to the victory over Indiana
Alter Winning the Indiana game, 37-26, Slllowans burned the
traditional Homecoming monument, built by engineering students
. . . open houses and parties welcomed back the alumni . . . and
students ended an exciting Weekend dancing to the music of May-
Maynard Ferguson and his band played for Homecoming.
Go, Hawks . . . Coach Jerry Burns.
Students celebrate Homecoming with a dance in the Main Lounge
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Snow Falls on the Campus
Union Board honored Prosidvnt and Mrs. And as always , . . lherv was studying
Ham-her with a Christmas party.
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Students enjoy a mid-morning lecture. A not uncommon occurrence
Mr. Vxlooley and his "Playboy Bunny' bring finals to photography class students.
Reading . . . a part of that liberal education.
SUI is as diverse as its student body . . . a
group of students doubling with laughter one mo-
ment . . . hushed in intense seriousness the next
. . . heavy studying for rnidtenns and final exams
. . . Writing papers . , . students still find time
for many diversions . . . activities, campus poli-
tics, sitting in the Gold Feather Room, riverbank-
ing, frequenting the Liner and Ioe's . . . indi-
vidual talents and aspirations are fostered and
developed at SUI . . . Writing, reading, discussing,
expounding, sounding out ideas . . . this is the
education outside of classes . . . that liberal edu-
cation . . . but there is the formal one too . . .
Finals come at least twice a year.
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SUlowans like to share spring . . . nice Weather invites students
outdoors . . . the Iowa River and its banks provide an ideal place
for students to eat lunch, study, nap, or spend the alternoon with
a special person.
Seniors are the last class to receive degrees from President Hanther
The year ends . . . many students leave the
eampus with long-sought degrees in hand . . .
prior to graduation many hours are spent Filling
out applications . . . being interviewed in an el'-
fort to secure a job in their ehosen field . . . this
year's class will be the last to receive degrees from
President Haneher who retires in lung X... other
students will say good-hye with summer P13115
foremost in mind . . . knowing they will return
next lull . . . each student can stop to reflect . . .
another year spent at Sill.
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When he retires this spring, President Haneher will have served the University or rg years.
Virgil M. Hancher assumed his duties as Presi-
dent of the State University of Iowa on November
l, l940. When he retires this spring, President
Hancher will have served the University for 24
A Rhodes Scholar and an alumnus of SUI,
President Hancher was graduated Phi Beta Kappa.
He also holds ll honorary degrees.
President Haneher is a very prominent figure in
various national organizations, He is a past presi-
dent of the Association of American Universities
and the National Association of State Universities.
ln lf-359, President Hancher served as a mem-
ber of the United States delegation to the lllth
General Assembly of the United Nations, and he
was chairman of the Educational Policies Com-
mission. He is currently vice-president of the
American Association of Rhodes Scholars, and a
member of the permanent committee of the Oliver
Wendall Holmes Devise.
President Hancher has been a symbol ol' admiration and respect for thousands ol' SUI students.
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Board of Regents
STANDING: Maurice Crabbe, Eagle Groveg Melvin Wolf, Waterloog Wilbur C.
Molison, Grinnellg Iohn Chrystal, Coon Rapidsg Iohn C, Oberhausen, Du-
buque. SEATED: Mrs. Richmond Valentine, Des Moinesg Alfred W. Noehren,
Spencerg Mrs. Ioseph F. Rosenfield, Des Moinesg Stanley Redeker, Boone.
The State Board of Regents, formed in l909, is composed of nine
private citizens of the state. Appointed by the Governor and con-
firmed by the Senate, the members serve on the Board for six-year
terms. Restrictive qualifications for membership assure political and
educational impartiality from the Board.
Under the Boardis jurisdiction are the admission requirements,
curricular offerings, facilities, properties and finances of the six in-
stitutions now under its control.
The State Board of Regents has a heavy responsibility and does
a great service to the citizens of Iowa.
Vice-president for Instruction and Dean
of the Faculties, Ray Heffner is also an
English professor at SUI. He received his
B.A., lVl.A., and Ph.D. from Yale Univer-
sity and was previously Assistant Dean
of Faculties at Indiana University.
lVI. L. Huit came to SUI in IQ46, after
receiving his B.A. from Ohio Wesleyan
and teaching in China for two years. He
received his lVl.A. from SUI in 1949. As
Dean of Students since l956, he is re-
sponsible for the general Welfare of the
Allin W. Dakin, Administrative Dean
and Assistant to the President since l944,
received his lVl.A, from SUI and lVl.B.A.
from Harvard. He is president of the Iowa
Association of United Nations and serves
on the finance committee of Rotary In-
Ted McCarrel, Dean of the Division
of Student Services since l96l, prev-
iously served as Registrar.
Elwin T. Iolliffe, Vice-president of Business
and Finance since 1958, has been with the
University for 31 years.
Robert F. Ray is Dean of the
Division of Extension and Uni- as well as Director of Admis-
versity Services. He received his sions, Convocations, and Public
M.A. and Ph.D. from SUI. Events.
Donald E. Rhoades is Registrar
New Director of Examinations
and Testing Service, Charles R.
Statler was Director of Testing
at the University of Wichita.
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The Reserve Reading Section of the library is a popular place among students.
Since its completion in l952 the University Li-
brary has been in a state of continual development.
In 1959 the building was expanded, and remodel-
ing was done during l96l. A 1963 legislative ap-
propriation will be used for further physical ex-
pansion and interior improvements. A growing
volume of books plus the increasing number of
students using the library is the basis for these
The library is distinguished by its policy of per-
mitting students open access to all books. AH-
other outstanding feature is the availability of
over one million books, almost three times as many
as a university of similar size. Some special fa-
cilities include: the browsing room, a self-service
desk, and a photo duplication area.
LESLIE W. DUNLAP, Director
Iowa Memorial nion
LOREN V. Korman, Director
Bc it for a .freindly cup of coffee, a concert, a
committee meeting or a night of ubookingf, every
student at SUI finds himself drawn often to the
Iowa Memorial Union.
Created in commemoration of those alumni
who served our country in war, thc Union serves
the University as a center of education, culture,
and fellowship. Always available for use are the
Music Room, Browsing Library, Television Thea-
tre and the Gold Feather Room.
Throughout the year the Union enriches us by
providing guest speakers, Spotlight Series and fine
arts programs, and entertains us with hootenan-
nies, tournaments and dances.
The completion of an addition will provide the
facilities for an even greater scope of Union pro-
gramming in the future.
The new lounge. accented by the large oval i'Hcrky" rug,
is the favorite study spot of many students.
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Dr, Pat Hicks administers to many
SUI students every day.
The Student Health Service, filling the place ol
the family physician for University students, pro-
vides office consultation, free iniirmary care and
hospitalization, among other benefits.
This service is unique in its very close connec-
tion With the SUI Medical School and University
Hospital, which place at its disposal laboratories
and clinical consultation facilities. Because of this
cooperation, specialists and hospitalization can be
provided for students at a markedly reduced rate.
The staff of Student Health is composed of seven
Well-qualified physicians with a total of 99 y6arS
of experience in Student Health. In one year, ap-
proximately 6O per cent of the students on campus
use the services of Student Health-medical serv-
ice rated as the best.
CHESTER I. MILLER, Head
l.oR12N Hiciceasoiv, Director
The lowa Alumni Association, composed of 65,-
000 living SUI graduates, is a significant link be-
tween the University and the world outside. The
Association organizes class reunions, arranges and
supervises Rose Bowl trips and European tours,
and sells subscriptions to an alumni newspaper.
Also for the beneht of the alums, it publishes the
bimonthly Iowa Alumni Review and a quarterly
news bulletin, Today at Iowa..
The Universityis Alumni OHice supports the Old
Gold Development Fund, in addition to sponsor-
ing performances and tours of the Old Gold Sing-
ers, a student choral group. Throughout the state,
Association members assist in acquainting parents
and high school students with the facilities and
programs at SUT.
Director l-slit-kerson and Joseph Meyer look over a copy
of the Iowa Alumni Review.
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Secretaries at the Iowa Alumni Association keep alumni records up to date.
ROVV l: W. CI, Stuart. Iohn 1, Greer, Iznnes C. Ranwey. RCW 2: T. A. Lovden, Ray Murphy. Ir., Richard C. Bon
Uzrvid Peslikin, Rin-lizxrd W, Peterson. llenry Hook. ers, Reynold P. lllfgilnsen. William W. Crissmzln.
The unique spiral stairway-fme of the many 1
interesting features of Old Capitol, SU1's ad-
DEAN BILLY L. BARNES
The data processing department is equipped with the iinest in IBM machinery.
College of Business Administration
The College of Business Administration was al Business, Labor and Management, Marketing,
established as the College of Commerce in 1921, and Office Management and Business Education.
succeeding the School oi' Commerce. ln i959 the The present acting Dean is Billy L. Barnes.
name Was changed to the College of Business Ad- The College of Business Administration, with
ministration. ofhees now in University Hall. Will soon be in its
The Work of the College is administered through own building under Construction on Clinton Street
six departments: Accounting, Economies, Cener- across from the Pentaerest.
SEATED: I.. Konopa, K. Uhl, Dean Barnes, S. Winter, P. Olson, C. Morgan. STANDING: A. Costantino, i.. VVagner,
W. Masson, I. Fritzemeyer, 1. Culley.
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Uental students have access to excellent equipment in the dental labs.
College of Dentlstry
The College of Dentistry. organized in l8S2,
is an integral part ol SUI a connection which
offers its students the advantages and privileges
of excellent, accessible dental service. Dean George
Easton is responsible lor this ycar's succcessful pro-
The main clinic, with the preventive dentistry
section. is equipped with l32 chairs. operating units
and instrument cabinets to oller students adequate
Preparing to assist dentists are dental hygienists.
The Departrnentis teaching facilities offer two cdu-
cational programs to approximately 56 dental hy-
SEATHD: Dr. Wic'lQ, Dean lfuston, Ur. D. Lovett, Miss ll. Newell, STANDING: Dr. l., Anderson. Dr. R. Appleby, Ur.
C. Sllfivllter. Ur. A. lfisher, Dr. K, Thayer, Ur, lVl. Ilale.
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DEAN GEORGE EASTON
DEAN HOVSVARD R. JONES
The student teacher gains practical experience in the application of her skills.
College of EdUC3t1OH
In 1963 the College of Education celebrated the
50th anniversary of its founding, which took place
on Iuly l5, l9l3. Its purpose is to provide oppor-
tunities for students to obtain a broad and liberal
education. which will prepare them for Work in a
teaching, supervisory or academic capacity.
'l'he College maintains three experimental
schools, a high school, an elementary school and
a small primary school for mentally retarded chil-
dren Where student teachers obtain experience in
application oi their skills. Dean Howard R. lones
is presently the lilth Dean in the Collegeas 50-year
l,l3lF'l' TU RIGHT: ll. lleliock, L, Smith, ll. liindquist, l.. A. Van Dyke, 1. Stroud, ll. Price, 1. lVlcAdam.
Students and laeulty olten work together on special projects.
College of Engineering
The Slll College ol' Engineering, estahlished in
l927, is under the direction ol Dean Arthur W.
lVlelloh. lt is divided into several departments:
chemical, civil, electrical, industrial and manage-
ment, mechanics and hydraulics. and the lnsti-
tute ol' lflydraulic Research.
The aim ol the College is to train students
thorouvhlv on a hroad hasis throuvh the instruc-
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tional lacilities ol' the Colleges ol' Liheral Arts,
Business Administration, Law, and Medicine.
Each year the students in engineering partici-
pate in lVlecca Wet-k, which involves a search lot
the hidden Blarney Stone,
LEFT TO Rlfll l'l': T. Faucett. Nfl. Betterley, li, liarninerineyer, Dean Vlelloh, H. Smith, 1. llcme. l. lleegren.
DEAN ARTHUR VV. IVIELLOII
DEAN IOHN C. WEAVER
Was? VT' '
The graduate seminar is a basic part ol' the graduate student's curriculum.
Graduate courses are ollered in all colleges of
the University. To honor students ol' high abili-
ty, the Graduate College bestows the following
appointments: Scholarships, Fellowships, and Re-
search Assistantships. Graduate assistantships car-
ry the same qualifications as a research assistantf
ship, but with a graduate assistantship the student
LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Hulbary, S. Wawzonek.
Dean Weax'er, I.
aids in teaching undergraduates in a lield in
which he has had advanced training.
Degrees offered by the College are Master ol'
Arts, Master ol Science, Master of Business Ad-
ministration, Master ol Fine Arts, and Doctor of
Gerber, P. Hubbard. A. Bogue, A. Benton, V. Van Dyke,
The new l.avv Library serves as a source of research and study lor Sl lI's lavv students.
Educating its students lor the practice of law
and promoting growth ol' government, expansion
of business and industry, and movement in scien-
tific discovery are the primary purposes of the
College ol Law.
The College ol' Law at SUI is the oldest con-
tinuous law school west of the Mississippi River.
lt was established at Des Moines in l865g in H968
it was moved to lovva City. lt is a charter mem-
ber of the Association ol' American l.avv Schools.
The Iowa Lavv Center, a recently completed
building, houses all ol the academic and research
activities of the College ol' l.avv, novv under the
direction ol Dean Mason Ladd.
SEATED: C. Heriot. O, Patton, A. Bonlield, P. Neuhauser, R. VVeintraub, N. Hines. STANDING: VV. Boyd. VV, Davidson,
1. O'Byrne, M. Harris, A. Cullison, S. Fahr, Bergsten.
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Many students take advantage of the Sehaefler Hall Study Hall and the adjoining Honors Study Lounge.
C llege of Liberal Arts
Growing from a nucleus of live philosophical The College, headed for the past 15 years by
and four scientific departments in 1855, the Col- Dean Dewey B. Stuit, has placed increased empha-
legc of Liberal Arts now is the largest of ten col- sis on Honors work, offered in almost every de-
leges which comprise SUI. This year 7,200 stu- partment. By maintaining a 3.0 grade average,
dents received training from its four schools and a student can benefit from the many challenging
over 40 departments and areas ol concentration. opportunities provided by an Honors course.
SEATED, left to right: H. Harshbarger, K. Spence, R. Turnbull, Wawzonek, O. Nybaklxen, I. Gerber, G. Scott, R. Hulbary
E. Nelson, I. Van Allen. STANDING. left to right: H. Iones, Dean Stuit. F. Seiberling, W. Thietje, B. Booker, W. Holm.
R. Braddock, E. Chasea, E. Whitehead, T.. Shannon. C. Gibson, I.. Alley, S. Tuttle, M. Oppenheimer, I. Curtis, H. McCarty,
M. Zagel, H. Voxman, R. Hcflner, I. Weax'er, H. Muhly.
Medical students obtain practical experience in one or more of the hospital settings available through the College of Medicine.
C ll g f M d' '
In l870 the College of Medicine consisted of
a course of two years for 20 weeks. Now students
pursue a course of four years for 36 Weeks, pre-
ceded by three years of liberal arts training, Cur-
rently headed by Dean Hardin, the College offers
what has been termed "the best medical training
availablei' with numerous opportunities for prac-
SEATED: W. Harnilton, W. Huffman, C. Larson, Dean Hardin, P.
STANDING: E. Van Epps, G. Hartman, C. Vestling, W. Keettel, C.
Last year the State Board ol Regents approved
the establishment of a Department of Anesthesia
and a new undergraduate program in Special Edu-
cation. Another innovation is the use oi closed
circuit television for medical instruction.
Huston, A. Sahs, I. Porter, W. Bean, R, Tidrick, R. Carney:
Hogben, L. Woods, I. Layton, L. Ianuary.
DIEAN FLORIQNCE E. SHIQRBON
The student nurse-each day a new learning experience.
College of ursmg
This year the College ol' Nursing provided train-
ing lor 429 students in its four areas ol' study, in-
cluding a graduate program leading to a lVlaster's
degree. Under a four academic year program,
initiated in l96l, the students receive a hroad hack-
ground in all areas of nursing.
Du ring their sophomore year, the students he-gin
their nursing courses at the University and Psy-
chopathic Hospitals. As seniors, they gain experi-
ence in Public Health Nursing which gives them
an opportunity to work for eight weeks in one ol
lour Iowa communities. Acting Dean ol' the Col-
lege is lilorenee E. Sherhon,
I,lil7'l' TO Rlilllli C. Boulton. M. VVoodl'ortl. Nl, Lorenz, lf, lfriclxson. llean Slit-rlmon. P. Zl'!7lllt'liEl, Nl. liylord. li, Colbert,
Facli student works at his own Fully equipped counter in the new Prescription Laboratory.
Since its organization in lS55, the College ol' In September the expanding College moved to
Pharmacy has graduated over l800 students who, a new four-story building where more laboratories,
in turn, have filled 19,500,000 prescriptions and classrooms, research equipment, and facilities for
Ward orders, according to their present rate. Un- manufacturing pharmaceuticals were available.
der the instructional supervision of the University Completing his eleventh year as Dean ol' the Col-
Hospital Pharmacy staff, seniors gain practical lege is l,ouis C, Zopl.
and diversified experience in dispensing drugs.
ROW l: D. Witiak, W. Tester, W. Kerr, H. Black, l.. Zopl, dean, R, Kueyer, V. Thudium, D. Kann, 1. Cannon, ROW 2:
ton stairsl II, Baumann, lf. Parrott, I. Laeh, S. Blaug, ll, Carexx.
DEAN LOUIS C. ZOPF
DIRECTOR LESLIE G. MOliLLER
14. f,-Q 1
The linotype operator performs an important task in many phases ol' journalism.
School of Journallsm
Since it was officially designated as a school in
l924, more than l,600 students have graduated
from the School of Iournalism, presently headed
by Leslie G. Moeller. Another 320 have received
their Master ol Arts degree or the Ph.D. in Mass
Communications, which lowa first conferred in
1948. lt was the hrst institution in the United
States to do so.
SEATFD: W. Steigleman. I. Buclialew, R. Budd, W. Peterson.
Andrews, I. Markham, l.. Moeller. director, A. Barnes, H. Duncan. L.
The journalism major may select his specialty
from nine general fields: advertising, community,
high-school teaching, magazine, editorial, pictorial,
public relations, radio, and television. As a junior
and senior, he devotes time to work in laboratory
areas such as the Daily Iowan, WSUI news bu-
reau, the photography laboratory, or the HAWK-
STANDING: A. Sanderson, E, Andrews, I. Kottman, C.
Benz, D. Wooley.
An interview uith guest speaker l,eo Schwarz is taped for use on WSUI hy the School ol' Religion.
S h I f R I' g'
A unique venture lor a state university, the
School of Religion was established in l925, Pres-
ently, SUI is one of the few U.S. institutions where
a graduate student can study religion under an
inter-religious faculty, and the only state uni-
versity oilering a Ph.D. in religion.
This year l,200 students were enrolled in the
School's l8 courses under the direction ol' lames
Spalding, Recently SUI and three Dubuque theo-
logical schools formed the Association ol Theo-
logical Faculties. Further advancement will oc-
cur this june with a new program ol' Clinical
Courses in Pastoral Carer
Llllfl' 'VO RIGHT: George Forell, Sidney Mead, Frederick Bargehuhr, David Belguin, Robert Welt-h, Harold Duerlisen. latnes
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DIRECTOR JAMES C. SPALDING
DIRECTOR FRANK Z. GLICK
Field work is a Vital part ol' the student social workers curriculum,
School of Social Work
The youngest school at SUI, the fully accredit-
ed School of Social Work was established in l949.
All professional Work in the school is done on a
graduate level and leads to a Master of Arts de-
gree at the end of a two year program, combining
academic work and field work.
Under the program. the lVlen's Rclormatory.
Mental Health Institutes, and similar locations
have become classrooms for students as they per-
form their actual field work.
Under the direction of Frank Z. Glick. the
School is currently making plans to mcet the in-
creasing number of applications which have dou-
bled in the last four years,
SliA'l'lilJ: l". ltxin. K. Kruse. lf. Glick, director. M, Snider. STANDING: W. 'Vurnc-r. ll. Anclcrson. S, Vrfliiting. Nl. lllillwl-
E. Zober, R. Nornbrock. I
Studying is a never ending processg but then
so is learning, and so many excellent opportuni-
ties are available to SUI students.
James Abshier Lynn Allen Harry Aller Slephen Arneson Dan Aves Sleven Bachman Daniel Baldwin
Council Blulls Lamonl Dave-nporl lowa Cily Melbourne Van Horne Foresl Cily
Wallace Banner Michael Barlow Ronald Barnes Thad Bechlelheimer David Beck John Beck Bruce Beren
Slol-'X Cilv VilliSCO Denmark Walerloo Morning Sun Mason Cily l-lales Corners, Wisc
David Biekerl' Alan Bisgrovc William Blake Craig Blanchard Eugene Boldl Hari Bondi Ronald Borden
Nashua Clear Lake Shell Rock Lone Rock lowa Cily Davenporl Quincy, lll.
Charles Brennan Ned Breuer Charles Brown James Brye Ronald Burnell James Busler Thomas Caslle
Emrnelsburg Burlinglon Burlinqlon Waverly Burlinqlon Eslherville Clear Lake
John Cavanaugh Rober+ Chapman Delores Chenowelh Mary Chrisl Norvall Clemons Gavin Collins
lOWa Cilv Cedar Rapids Burlinglon Belle-ndorl Iowa Cily Mason Cily
Douglas Cover James Criblos David Crcclceif Emmef Currans
Cedar Rapids Marshalllown Brill Emmelgburg
John Diehl Richard Dich+elmiller Larry DiHmer Russell Dohrrnann
Des lvloines Delaware Websler Groves, Mo. Clinlon
S+ephen Dryer Fred Dryg Douglas Duncan Charles Ellis
Fl. Dodge Iowa Cily ColurnbusJunclion Knoxville
Marnell Fliger Sfephen Franzenburg Kennelh Franzen Gerald Frimml
New Hamplon Conrad Sioux Cily Marenqo
Lawrence Gasho Gerald Gilmore Carrel Gosse Billy Gorsuch
Fl. Dodge lowa Cily Jesup Earnes Cily
Donald Guerin Diane Gelleri William Hancoclc Darrell Hansen David Hansen James Hanson Diane Haich
Hinsdale, lll. Holslein Vfeslon, Mass. Clinion Cedar Falls Clear Lake l.ancasier,WisC
S+ewar+ Henbesf Gerald Herschberg Kennefh Hersi' Ernes+ Highley David Hiner Jaclcie Hoehnle Jon Holcanson
Iowa Cily Des Moines Des Moines Marion Cenlerville Amana Pelerson
Alber+ Holcomb Jack Holmes William Holiz Sidney Horowifz Joel Horsiman Theodore Howard James Huber
Cedar Rapids Sioux Ciiy Manchesler Chicago, lll. Rockwell Esiherville Mason Ciiy
Charles Hun+ley Roger lngwersen Edward ivory Jerry Johnson Charles Jonas A. Karunalcaran William Kelly Roberi' Kern
Bronxville, N. Y. Oxlord Junclion Clinlon Duich John, Ulah Cedar Rapids Kerala, lndia New Hampion Cedar Rapids
Grace Kiel Melvin Kimzey Phillip Klinger Roger Klinzman Monfe Knudson Duane Koberg Paul Koeppen Gary Krapel
Decorah Milo Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids Marshalllown Duranl Iowa Ciiy l-larpors Ferry
Dean Krehlilc Du Wayne Krier Judilh Kuehl Michael Lanning Lyle Lasfine Richard Lehmann
Iowa Ciiy Auburn Manson Oslraloosa Terril Cedar Rapids
Donald Levsen Gary Lewis John Lisle James Li++Ie John Lohr Ronald Long
Olin Cedar Rapids Clarinda Mediapolis Rockford Marshalliown
Melvin Lynch Linda Mabus Darrel Manser Jay Margulis David Marfson Charles Marlin
La Grange. III. Rolling Fork, Miss. Locona Waierloo Glenwood Wesi Burlimion
Reber? McCauley W. McCormick Jerry McGregor R. McLaughlin Michael McNeil Eric Melson Rober+ Miller
Des Moines Viniori Tipion Belmond Iowa Cily Dubuque Beihesda, Md.
James Mole R. Muilenburg Dallas Mulder Roscoe Needles Craig Nichols John Norland Alan Olramura
Uriiversiiy Ciiy, M
Rock Island, III.
Cedar Rapids Orange Ciiy Rock Rapids Ailaniic Sioux Ciiy Marshalliown Kealalcelrua, I-law. Siarlwood
Rolaeri- OHQ Russell Panlcey Lee Peiersen Donald Pfeiler Jerry Polwlman James Purdy James Reardon
iowa Ciiy lowa Ciiy Clinlon Dubuque Melvin lionlanella Vinlon
Riclfiard Rex Dennis Reylwons Pafrick Reynolds Gary Richards Wm. Rinderlcnechi' Carolyn Roberfs James Robshaw
Wesi Branclw Solon Iowa Cily Corning Cedar Rapids Burlinqion Council Blullis
James Rocklin Barbara Roden Arlene Rommel Richard Ross James Russell Allan Scliallau David Sclwallman
Sioux Cily Losi Nalion Ml. Pleasanl P+. Dodqe Anamosa lowa Cily Cedar Rapids
Roberf Sclimidi Roger Schoclc Roger Scholes William Schwarfz Roberl' Schwieder Alan Seagren Glenn Seime Phillip Senaira
Kansas Ciiy, Kans. Fairfield Ankeny Clinlon Davenporl Curlew Audubon Clinlon
Dennis Severson David Simmons James Slavens James Spangler Edward Spence Thomas Sprafi Mark Spring Sfanley Sprinlcle
Marslwallrown Dubuque Selle-ndori Clinlon Liquisali. Quai. Marion Des Moines Looaw
Glen Ellyn, lll.
David Sfeele Rober+ Sfewarf Ronald Slillions Charles Slock David Sfrauss David Sunleaf
Des Moines Leon Cedar Rapids Slanwood Iowa Cily Bellevue
Jerry Swan Donald Swenson Mervyn Thede Alan Thomas Gene Thorn Elaine Til
Ml. Rleasanl Cedar Rapids Eldridqe Cedar Rapids Georqe Farley
Frank Tren'r Ryna Trope Marlin Veenker Terry Wallers John Warren Fred Weber
Walerloo Peoria, lll. George Danville Walerloo Marion
Marvin Wellik Richard Wernick Opal Vxfheeler Roberf Wheeler Edward Whi+mire Gerald Whifnable David Wilkinson
Brill Benlonville, Ark, lows: Cily Charles Cily Kalona Fredericksburg Cedar Rapids
Byron Wilson Roberl' Winn Jack Wood Clark Workman Glenn Wrighl Dean Young S. Zimmerman
Marenqo Muscaline Des Moines Oilurnwa Sanborn Davenporl Remsen
Lenox Des Moines
Leonard Carlson Ross Chrisfensen
Donald Garsh Donald Hagan
Des Moines Alkins
Elgin Jaclcson Richard Johnson
San Jose, California Iowa Cily
Los Angeles, Calif.
Milchell, S. Dax.
Forl Worlh, Texas
Parkslon, S. Dali.
Paul Mcclenahan Donald Meliliscli Sam Mummey Leonard Neel Barry Nelson Roberi' Nelson Harold Oleson
Kimball, S. Dalc. Ballimore, Maryland Iowa Ciiy Iowa Ciiy Grand Rapids, Minn. Hamplon Iowa Ciiy
Melvin Olson E. Pannkulc, Jr. John Purdie Gary Quasi John Read Dennis Rose James Shelfon Andrey Sfraumani
Moline, Illinois Laurens Rockwell Ciiy Muscaline Cedar Rapids Iowa Ciiy Des Moines Solon
Harold Suchy Jay Swarizwelfer Fred Tisue Bruce Trimble Gordon Williams David Wilson Paschal Zuccaro Terrence Hoof
Belle Plaine Richland Gr, I-Iills, Calif. Cedar Rapids Iowa Ciiy Marslwalliown Dubuque Cenlral Ciiy
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Dental Hygiene Seniors
Eileen Allen Nancy Anderson Kafhryn Bay Belfina Berg Linda Cossill Grelclien Godlay Mary Ann Guslafson
Marion Des Moines Alqona Eldora La Grange, Ill. Earlham Aledo, III
Jana l'lar1lg Mary Be+l'1 Hemmer Barbara Hurleau Julie Jolrlnslon Beverly Karimi Lana Knopf Marilyn Leuz
Waferloo Lincoln, Neb. Akron, Olnio Marenqo Donellson Newlon Camden, N
Nancy LiHle Joanne Lowe Carolyn Miller Doreen Miller Marilyn Moore Linda Parker
Quincy, Ill. Sanla Fe, N. Mex. Davenporl Waierloo Muscaline Moline, Ill.
Jan Pelerson Louise Rudman Mary Russell Gerfa Schenk Peggey Siddall Janel Sfaplelon
Dunlap Galesburq, Ill. Jefferson Des Moines Laurens Glen Ellyn, lll.
Leslie Thelen Elizabelh Vandecar Linda Ward Kay Wenzel Julie While Sally Wichman
Kenosha, Wisc. Ames Moravia Cedar Rapids Bonne. Calif. Des Plaines, Ill.
Richard De Baere
Sioux Ciry LeClaire
William Carson Geogre Chrisfiansen
Ely Nora Springs
James Crosheck Max Daubenberger
Gary Fischer Alan Fish
Dubuque Fori Dodge
Larry Gibson Charles Gillespie
Dexior Alion, lll.
Prabhudas Ka nlesaria
La Porle Cily
Donald Hospodarsky Larry James John Jansen
Spiril Lake Lone Tree
Thomas Kilfleman Russell Kross
John McLane Erwin Mohr
Daniel Quinn Phillip Rich
Eldridge Park Ridge, Ill.
Roberl' Schmidl' William Schmidl'
Kansas Cily, Kans. Muscaline
Wallace Lampe William Lang
Reinbeck Eyanslon, Ill.
Frederick Moore Abdelalif Naas
lowa Cily Nedrorna, Algeria
Rolaerl Richardson Kenneih Rubin
Clinlon Caldwell, N.J.
Slanley Schroeder John Sealy
Dubuque Cedar Rapids
Daniel Shaw David Simpson Joseph Slaughler James Sleele Marlyn Slerlx Brian Sfone James Sfriclclin Sureshchandra Pafel
Le Claire Clinlon lowa Cily Belle Plaine Sheldon Wapello
Larry Swanson Gene Sweeney Gary Swyler Donald Thomas James Thoreson Da nvers Tubbs
Palo Lansing iowa Cily Cedar Rapids Spiril Lalce Davenporf
Ronald Wells Thomas Werch Jerry Wilson Raymond Wilson Maureen Wolfe Roberl' Yingling
Cedar Rapids Iowa Cily Blairsiown Keolculs Losl Nalion Muscaline
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"You push that one and I'11 push this one, and we'11 see what happens?
John Beamer John Beard Redge Berg
For? Dodge Des Moines Waierloo
Carol Bruce Pefer Burl! John Burns
Cedar Rapios Fori' Dodge Carroll
James Coonley Eugene Copeland Boyd Crih
l-lamplon Fairfield Clinfon
Rober-i Dumbaugh Charles Ehrhardi Joseph Eversman
Slorm Lake Ellcader Burlinglon
Nolden Geniry Charles Gilfillan Marilyn Giliner
Rockford, Ill. Bloomfield Bafavia, lll.
E. Michael Carr
Norlh Bergen, NUI.
Arlinglon I-leiqhls, III.
Norma n Graven
Slephen Jackson Paul Kinion
Cedar Rapids Burlinqlon
David Levinson Ned Miller
Mason Cily Kalona
William O'Connor William Olinger
John Rock Ralph Rodamalcer
Ed Grayson Larry Gurz James Hornaday
Davenporl Slorm Lalce Des Moines
Jerald Kinnamon Culver Klinlcenborg Don Lappin
Iowa Cily George Rock Island, III.
Charles Milchell Charles Mullen Richard Murphy
Ollumwa Perry Dubuque
Allan Olsen Max Peferson Joseph Power
Roclc Island, III.
Lehan Ryan Thomas Sanflner
Ronald Saylor David Schoenihaler Thomas Schrup Jon Sell David Seller Roberr Shearer John Shors Allan Sfopperan
Cedar Rapids lvlaquolceta Dubuque Waterloo Dubuque Osceola Pocahontas Waterloo
Roberf Slory George Sudenga Richard Te Kippe Stephen Turner Dennis Valenfine Averil Vallier James Van Werden Siuarf Webb
Marion George New Hampton Clarinda Centerville Council Blulls Wintersel Rolfe
William Wegman John Wicks Kleber Willcoclxson Richard Wilson William Woodward Donald Young Joseph Zwaclr
Anamosa lowa City Sigourney Mount Ayr Dubuque West Liberty Dubuque
Usually only the law students see this side ol the new Law Building.
Flushing, N. Y.
Rose Mary Ally
Liberal Arts Seniors
Iowa Falls Cedar Rapids Iowa Cily
Nancy Alden David Alfline Tuna Alilcadi
Linden Ames Iowa Cily
Gloria Anderson Nancy Anderson Roberl- Anderson
Peoria, lll. Des Moines Viclor
Carolyn Arnold Viclri Arnold Michael Arrowsmilh
Ollurnwa Roclc Island, Ill. Oskaloosa
Judilh Augspurger Slephen Augspurger Mary Lou Aukeg
Bloomfield Bloornlield Bulilalo Ce-nler
Jacquelin Ager Shari Ahlbrechl
Muscaline New Sharon
Slanley Allen Richard Allenbernd
Jane Andrews Kalherine Annand
Mason Cily Cedar Rapids
Jacqueline Allcinson Jo Anne Alkinson
Davenporl Des Moines
David Axeen Lawrence Baker
Mason Cily Davenporl
Arnold Bala noff
Des Moi nes
Bransville, N. Y.
Wheal Ridge, Colo.
Scolland, S. Dalc.
I-Iolnbs, N. Mex.
Livinqslon, N. J.
Liberal Arts Seniors
Rebecca Birch Sfephanie Birdsong John Birlxbeclr Barbara Blanlrenlourg Paulelle Blaszczylc Jaclc Blessing Jaclclyn Blohme
San Anlonio, Texas Marshalllown Mason Cily Sacramenlo, Calif. Flossmoor, lll. Tacoma, Wash. Savanna, Ill.
Palricia Bloomcamp James Boclcholl Jana Bogaard Gary Boisen Arnold Booher John Bornholdl' Elizabefh Bosfon
Manson Luzerne l-lurnboldl Clinlon Waferloo Fr. Monrnoulh, N. J. Rockford, lll.
Shirley Boufen Karolyn Boyd James Boyd Jean Boyle Andrew Boysen Rosalie Brade Ted Breuer
Minneapolis, Minn. Websier Cily Iowa Cily Bernard Harlan Nichols Burlinglon
Richard Briar Linda Briclcey Linda Bridgeford Dennis Briggs Diane Brighl Healher Brisbin Barbara Bri'H'on
Monona Oflumwa Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids Burlinglon Cedar Rapids Newlon
Judifh Broclcshus Sara Brogan John Brouhard Darryl Brown Douglas Brown Flora Brown Jerald Brown Lynne Brownell
Williamsburg Thorion Harlan Maxwell Garner Wilburlon, Olcla. Iowa Cily Monlezuma
Liberal Arts Seniors
River Foresl, lll.
Welosler Cily Pxledo, lll.
Karen Carlson Laurence Carlano
Rockford, Ill. Monlicello
Willard Caslonguay Raeiean Caudle
Charsworlh, Calif. Winrersel
Mary Chopelc Linda Chrisinger
lowa Cily Des Moines
Orwin Ca rler
Long Beach, Calil
Chicago l-leiqhls, lll. Canlon, lll.
l Liberal Arts Seniors
Charlolfe Clinger Franceen Close
Mary Colfer Edward Cowaman
Judill1Culber+son Brian Cummings
Nashua Columbus Junclion
Ellen Danielson Jeffrey Davis
Mounr Vernon, N.Y.
Park Ridge, Ill.
Le Grange, Ill.
Porl' Huron, Mich.
Liberal Arts Seniors
Liberal Arts Seniors
Cynlhia Elmquisf Ronald Elmquisl' Dorolhy Emmell' Sandra Ericzon Lynne Erie Rulh Erlanger Judifh Elheridge
Ml. Pleasani Des Moires Forl' Madison Flrnhursl, Ill, Manson Sl, Louis, Mo. Laurens
Susan Evans Deborah Everingham Carl Faclcler Kenl' Falb Elizabe+h Fangman Alan Farslrup Craig Faslenow
Fairlield Forl Madison lndianola Elgin Boone Iowa Cily Pelerson
Judilh Feichlinger Joye Feinberg Lawrence Feldsfein Celia Ferner Nancy Fiala Nancy Fischer Calhy Fischgrund
Panera Sioux Cily While Plains, N,Y. Sioux Cily Mason Cily Lone Roclc Soulh Bend, Ind.
Paul Fi+zsimmons John Flanagan Harry Fleming Lorraine Flemming Margarel Flynn Gerald Fogarly James Fosler
Remsen Sioux Cily Wall Lalce Syossel, N.Y. Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids Traer
James Frahm John French Philip French Nancy Frerer Mary Frisch Margo Frye Elizabelh Furnish Alan Gard
Ollumwd Ml. Pleasanl Reinbeclc Tiplon Sioux Cily Davenporl' Iowa Cily Springville
Liberal Arts Seniors J
Corning Clinion l-lawarden
Sfeplnen Giles Grelclien Gilmore Janis Gilmore
For? Dodge iowa Cily Roadl1ouse,lll.
Nadine Godwin Eileen Goerdl Carol Goelz
Redfield Dyersville Waukesi1a,WiSC.
Linda Granl' Ann Green Frannie Green
Pocalionlas Sl. Louis, Mo. Allanlric Cily, NJ
Jeremy Grossman Pamela Grofeluschen Bruce Gruemmer
Bellwesda, Md. Manning Willon Junclion
Judilln Grund Herberl' Grunwald
Des Moines Sacrarnenlo, Calii.
Los Angeles, Calif.
Liberal Arts Seniors
Franklin Park, lll,
Conslance Hammel Emma Hampel
Cresco Milwaukee, Wisc.
Carol Harbaugli Joe Harding
Mary Haskell Russell Hauenslein
Needham, Mass. Ernmelsburg
La Vonne Hilmer
Ro beri Hinrichs
Liberal Arts Seniors
Missouri Valley Marion
Lawrence Hagsirand Marilyn Holmes
Marshalliown Memphis, lem.
Dixie Hilderbra nd
Joan Helg Mary Hemmer
Burlinqlon Lincoln, Neb.
Dale Herren Thomas Herlzberg
Alburneir Milwaukee, Wisc.
Geneseo, l l,
Eliza beirh Hoffa
Jo Ann Hoppe
Liberal Arts Seniors
Eliza belh House
Chicago, Ill. Corning Chicago, Ill. Galesburg, Ill. Moullon Cresco
Slephen Howard Jean Howes Barbara Howand Eugene Hubka Palricia Hulil Marlene Hulslein
Shenandoah Independence Sun Cily, Ariz. Cedar Rapids Bellendorl Orange Cily
Roberl' Hunler Susan Hunler Karen Hufchinson Gary Huxforcl Carolyn lhm Carol lngraham
Easl Moline, Ill. Oak Park, Ill. Iowa Cily Iowa Ciry Rowan Clinlon
Dan Iverson Karen Ivins MaryeHa Jackson Sondra Jackson Rober+ Jacobson Susan Jaeger
Waulcon Melrose Park, Ill. Vale Alberl Cily Leavenworlh, Kans. Burlinglon
Bonnie James Mary James Susan James Darlene Jaspersen Susan Jenke Roxanne Jensen William Jensen
Poslville Wesl Liberly Grinnell Thornlon Ml. Vernon Eslherville l-lamplon
Wesl Des Moines
Liberal Arts Seniors l
Spiril Lake Spencer
Gaida Kalnins Maifhew Kaschmiller
Jane Kennedy John Kerr
Ollurnwa McHenry, lll.
Naomi Kinoshila Barry Kipnes
Sanla Fe, N. Mex.
I Marilyn Knappen
Liberal Arts Seniors
Marian La pfook
New York, NY,
Iowa Ciiy Walerlown, S. Dak.
Liberal Arts Seniors
Dennis Leiper Frances Leeper Palricia Legg Douglas Leslie Gary Le++ow Marilyn Leuz
Morrison lowa Cily Lehigh Des Moines Eldora Camden, N.J.
John Lewarne Richard Libby Larry Lilies Kenneth Lindberg David Lindrofh Karen Linlclefier
Forr Dodge Iowa Cily Quincy, Ill. Maquokela Waverly Marion
Janel' Lloyd Peggy Locltard Gary Loclrharl Lynda Lockwood Charles Loeclc Sylvia Loendorf
Eagr Berhany, N.Y. Readlyn Garnavillo Burlingfon Lake Ciry Billings, Monl.
Linda Long Roger Long Pa+ricia Lonning Larry Loos Dick Louvar Gary Lowman
Forr Madison Phoenix, Ariz. Iowa Cily Maquolcela Cedar Rapids Clear Lalce
Adena Lucas Carolyn Luclcen Pafricia Luiz Terry Lyon Marla Mabie Marilyn Mace Zila Madden
Lenox Kenselr Manlalo, Minn. Cllnlon Williamsburg Forl Dodge Long Grove
Pori Byron, lll.
Mi. Please ni
Liberal Arts Seniors
James Mann Raymond Marsclwallr Kailierine Mariin
Fredericksburg, Va. Glen Ellyn, lll. Clarinda
Richard Mafhies Dennis Maiiliias Jan Maiiis
Coralyille Garwin Albia
Wallace Mays Bonnie McBe+l'r Sara J. Mcclarnan
Wesi Liberiy Des Moines Wilmeiie, lll.
Pairicia McCullough Jucly McDonald Roy McGowan
Moline, Ill. Oiiumwa Baiavia, lll.
Paul Megrew Larry Meisgeier James Merriclr
Cromwell Ellcader Keolculc
Gregory, S. Dali.
Deanne Michael Holly Michaels
Forl' Madison Oskaloosa
Roberf B. Miller Roberl' Glenn Miller
Erie, l l.
Liberal Arts Seniors
Eslherville Rockwell Cily Skokie. Ill,
Larry Moon Nancy Moon Roberfa Moore
Winlersel' Des Moines Mason Cily
Jean Morrissey Deanna Morrison Carolyn Mosena
Winlersel' Wesl Liberly Burinqlon
Walerloo Wesl Bend
Sfeven Miller George Mills
Boone Des Moines
Carole Mong Barbara Moninger
Franklin Grove, lll. Marshalllown
David Moreland Joyce Morgan
l-lighland Park, NJ. Moscow
La Grange, lll.
Morron Grove, Ill.
i Liberal Arts Seniors
Ca lam us
Mary Mundi' Barbara Murphy
Walerloo Mr. Pleasanr
Judy Myers Holly Myers
Websler Cify Ollumwa
Mary Neglia D. Harold Nelson
Judy Nichols Gary Norby
Clear Lake Sibley
James O'Hallcran Phyllis Olrubo
Viclor Mundelein, Ill,
La ke Park
Liberal Arts Seniors
Ga ry Pefersen
Rock Island, Ill.
Rock Ra pids
-I Donald Plalner
Cecla r Rapids
Liberal Arts Seniors
Des M oines
Palricia Pollock Richard Polly
Franklurl, Germany Missouri Valley
James Posey Maryhelen Posey
Iowa Cily Iowa Cily
Linda Pugh Carolyn Ralae
Mounl Union Manchesier
Nancy Reimers Diana Remboll'
Ringsled Iowa Cily
Cecilia Riedel Mary Rielce
Pomplon Lakes, NJ. Sioux Cily
Sharon Risfa u
Liberal Arts Seniors
Lansing Mason Cily lowa Cily
Joseph Roos Rebecca Ross Susan Ross
Bellendorl Shenandoah Winnellca, lll.
Phyllis Ryan Louise Sacia Toshilco Salcala
Brooklyn Wesl Bend, Wise. Des Moines
Allen Scheel Gerda Schenli William Schnurr
Avoca Des Moines Forl Dodge
George Schrimper Roberl' Schuellce Dianne Schulze
Cedar Rapids Lakewood, Colo. Des Moines
Des Moines Chicago, lll. lowa Falls
Lanny Rolh Merle Royce Jack Rudd
Burlinglon Marshalllown Bloomfield
Lynn Sampson Janel' Sanden Bonnie Sanders
Grinnell Clarendon Hills, lll. Algona
William Schnule Mary Schoch John Schorr
La Grange, lll. Des Moines Clinlon
Vicloria Schwab Carol Schwaegler R.Scl1wendinger
Fox River Grove, Ill. Zwingle Monlicello
Daryl Rolla nd
Kansas Cily, Mo.
Baiba Sifers Daylon Simpson
Des Moines Greenfield
William Slaffery Sandra Slaymalce
Muscaline lowa Cily
John Smilh Judilh Smifh
Sl: Clair, Mo.
Gra nd Jundion
Liberal Arts Seniors
Kansas Cily, Mo.
Minor, S. Dal4.
River Edge, NJ
Thomas Thompson Dorolhy Thompson
Liberal Arts Seniors
John TiFfa ny
Wesl Bra nch
Ja ne Trimble
G. Swa rlzendruber
Rockford, lll. Kalana
Palricia Teal Sandra Teefers
Dubuque Iowa Cily
Glen Thompson Linda Thompson
Blairsburg Sac Cily
Omer Troyer Gary Tschaniz
Judilh Uilermarld' Nancy Ullem
lowa Cily Des Moines
Liberal Arts Seniors
James Updegraff Leaella Urelius Mary Uricli V. Van De Roovaarl Racl'1el Vander Sleep David Van Leeuwen Ruflw Van Roekel
Iowa Cily Farnliamville Garner Cedar Rapids Le Mars Rock Rapids Manson
Jolm Venenga Muriel Vernick Melvin Vevera Nancy Vogelfanger Dow Voss Raymond Voss Donald Waechler
Lillle Rock Michigan Cily, Ind. Iowa Cily Baldwin, NY. Iowa Cily Williamsburg, lNl.Y, Wesl Bend
Janel' Wagner Lynelle Wagoner George Waile Jonal'I'1an Waile Chrisline Walker Jane Walker Rolnerl' Walker
Scarsdale, lNl.Y. New I-Iarllord Anamosa Fergus Falls, Minn. Keokuk Davenporl Fairlield
Carroll Wall Teresa Wallace Kalliryn Waller Edwinna Ward Roger Walson Roberl' Walls Mary Wauer George Weaver
Gaza Winlersel' Lake View Logansporl, Ind. lliornlon Cedar Rapids Sioux Cily Grinnell
Joan Weaver David Weber Pamela Weber Roger Wel1rle Janel Wellinglon William Werner R. Wernimonl Jacqueline Werl
Wapello Bancroil Des Moines Ml. Pleasanl Keolculc Tama Carroll Newlon
Park Ridge, iii.
Liberal Arts Seniors
Cecily Wheeler Marfha Whicher
iowa Ciiy Beliendori Wapello
M. Wilkinson Barbara Willard Mary Willcockson
Sioux Ciiy Arlingron, Va. Sigourney
Lonny Wilson Mary Wilson Thomas Wilson
Coralville Oliurnwa Cresco
Mari+a Wood Sa nclra Worlanci Linda Wossels
Davenporl Rockford Beliendori
Donald Zhorne Helen Zieser Debbie Ziffren
Cedar Rapids Rowley Rock Island, III.
Farrell While Janel' Wiegel Gene Wieneke Daryl Wierda
Cedar Rapids Evergreen Park, lll. Cedar Rapids Allen
Margarel' Willen Lynn Willelf John Bush Wilson John E. Wilson
Clark, S. Dak. Slaler Burr Lovilia
Mary Winger R. Winierberg Be-rnadineWir+z Cary Wong
Mason Ciry Glen Rock, NJ Wesl Bend l-long Kong, China
David Wrighf James Wya++ Louise Young Harolcl Zabin
Buy-lmgfon Hudson Marshalllown Sioux Ciiy
Eric Zoeckler Suzanne Hagge Dennis Jerde Grani' Polk
Kankakee, Ill. Clinron Welosier Cily Lake Park
Spring Lalce, Mich
Toby Bla nford
Amherst S. Dak. Vancouver. B. C.
Rapid Cily, S. Dak.
Florida, N, Y.
Jack Smilh James Smilh Thomas Spooner Dennis Sfeffen Ervin Slubbs Rodney Swarlling Dean Swifl'
Cedar Rapids Mason Cily Grand Rapids, Mich. Dyersville Des Moines Mason Cily Welcome, Minn.
Bruce Taylor Arnold Thompson Daniel Till Gerald Tweed David Tweilo Julian Ullman Glen Van Roelcel
lowa Cify Hubbard Epworrh Iowa Ciiy Marshall, Mo. Ollumwa Oranqe Cily
John Wallcer Wayne Wallace Dale Weber Sfephen Weiss Jerry Williams Charles Wilmarlh
lowa Cily Des Moines Cumberland Reinbeck Mason Cily Harris
Bruce Wilson Richard Yaki Paula Youngberg Joan Zebus Theodore Zeran Rober'r Zoller
Lansing Chicago, lll. Roclc Island, III. Sioux Cily Rockford lowa Cily
Ma son Ciiy
Forl Ma dison
Janice Bode Judiih Bolwenliouse
Chalharn, N. J.
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Deanna Grundmeier Marilyn Halverson Susan Haun Roberta Hayes Sandra Hemsfoclc Mar+ha Hesse
Carroll Des Moines Yales Cily, lll. Iowa Cily Davenporl Hinsdale, lll.
Amy Higgins Susan Hillman Calherine Hobbs Eileen Hohf Karen Holl Rulh Holforf
Clarindd Glen Ellyn, Ill. Decalur, lll, Norlh Chicago, lll. Sl. Louis, Mo. Pomeroy
Mary Hughes Cheryl lmmerfall Judilh Jesina Karen Jones La Vohn Josien Kafherine Junclc
Lenox Alqono Elberon Kewanoc, lll. Klemrno Oqden
Karen Kinney Linda Kobler Marilyn Kropacelr Joan Lane Ani'l'a Larson Peggy Levsen
Ml, Pleasanl Monrnoulh, lll. Hollywood. lll. Muscafine Sac Cily Olin
Sharon Lielzau Karen Lorimor Judy Lulz Paula Maxheim M. McCallisl'er Kafhleen Morgan Diana Nelson
Geneva, lll. Earlham Mason Cily Des Moines Forl Wayne, Ind. Peoria, lll. Des Moines
Jane Nichelson Mary Niemann Lois Clson Pauline Orr Barbara Pieper Janei' Procfor Nane++e Randolph
Dow Cify l-lof Springs, S. D. Biiffon, S. Dali. Arnolds Park Kenf, lll. Bloomfield Quincy, Ill.
Sheila Regan Alice Riley R. Robinson E. Rosenfhal Marilyn Schirm Be'Hy Scholfes Karla Seiiz
Flossmoor, Ill. Cedar Rapids Fairfield Menasha, Wise. Fox River Gr., III. Sioux Cify Belief, Wisc.
Susanne Shirbroun June Skow Jane+ Sloan Brenna Snider Pafricia Sonichsen Carole Spicer Janice S+a'ron
Scranfon College Park, Md, Des Moines Minier, ill. Arfhur Lenox Lake Cify
Charlene S+roeber Carol Tappan Sue Tafum Sharon Thomas Carolyn Tucker L, Vanderlourgh Mariorie Walsh
Des Moines Sioux Cify Cedar Rapids Fremonf, Neb. Bayard Sheldon Ames
Linda Wafson Norma Whife Pafricia Wignall Harlene Williams Judifh Wissler Valerie Wynes Pa+ricia Yanda
Biqqsville, Ill. Cranford, N. J. Traer Lime Springs Des Moines Clinfon Sf. Louis, Mo.
Dave n porl
Bernard Cremers Gary Ellery Gill Har+liep Darrell Heilmann Ronald Hess Kenne+h Isenberg Leon Kaldenberg
Alberl Cily Charles Ciry Clierolcee Dunlcerron M+.Verno:1 Dexfer Pellfi
Gary La Boun+y Michael Moran Eugene Ommen Ma+'rl1ew Perry John Price Carl Rouse D. Sclwalekamp
Clwarles Cily Morrisor lll. Asioria, S. Dal. Dubuque Clvarles Cily Albia Sioux Cerwfer
Clwarles Schwenke Jared Siurdevani' Alice Tam J. Vallandingliam Kennefh Wichman James Wilken Jon Yeager
l-ledriclw Minden Macao, S. Clnirra Maxwell Grirnell Fori' Madisor lowes Cify
Graduating seniors listen to their last formal speaker at SUI.
llic scart-li for a job begins.
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The Activities Open House hold at the Union
in thc' fall helps ac-quaint the new students with
the various groups and organizations on campue.
Volume 74 of the HAWKEYE began to take shape
in the spring of 1963 when Ian Burns was chosen
as editor and Iudy Stevens as business manager
by the Board of Student Publications, Inc. As
editor, Ian undertook a full-time job. She ap-
pointed her stallf, and the task of compiling copy
and photographs began. Berne Ketchum, chief
photographer, and his assistants Were never on
campus without their cameras. Section editors
Wrote copy, while others Worked on art and pub-
licity. The business staff promoted sales, man-
aged the budget, and took charge of distribution.
The staff was privileged to Work under the
leadership of Professor Wilbur Petersen, the fac-
ulty advisor, and was especialy pleased when he
was named Distinguished Yearbook Adviser for
1963 by the National Council of College Publi-
The assignment of the HAWKEYE staff was to
assemble the diverse events of i963-64 and con-
dense them between the covers of the Yearbook.
BERNF KITCHUM Chief Photographer IUDY STEVENS, Business Manager
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NANCY BERGTSEN, Assistant Editorg SUSAN ARTZ, Copy Editor PROFESSOR WILBUII PETERSON, Faculty Advisor
Mr. R. C. Walker, president of Southwestern
Engraving Company in Tulsa, Oklahoma, ex-
plains his cornpany's part in HAYVKEYE produc-
tion as Ian and Nancy look on.
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ROW l: M. Tomasek, R. Collier, I. Oslack, L. Winherg, I. Aita, I. Bice, I. Worrnley, ROW 2: I. Christiansen, P. Carlson,
V. Folsom, D. lamieson, R. Shinn, F. Shrauger, S. Chudwick, I, Farneti, B. Beiter, T. Fink.
Editor-in-Chief ........ IAN BURNS
Chief Photographer . . BERNE KETCHUM
Assistant Editor . . . NANCY BERGSTEN
Copy Editor ..... . . . SUE ARTz
identifications Editor . . PAT VANHEEI.
Index Editor .... . LINDA WINBERG
Art Editor . . . . NANCY SIAS
Sports Editor ...... HARRTET HINDMAN
Military Editor ..,..... IOHN AITA
Dorms and OFF-campus Editor . JEAN WORMLEY
General Organizations Editors . SUE CHUDWICK
Professional and Honorary Editors JUDY OSLACK
Schools and Colleges Editors . . . BARR BEITER
Administration Editors . . . SHEILA BAUER
Arts, Communications Editors JANE CHRISTIANSEN
Sorority Editors . . . PAT CARLSON
Fraternity Editors ..... DIANE JAMIESON
Religious Organizations Editors FRAN SHRAUGER
Photography Assistants .... TOM MOSIISR
Business Manager ...... IUDY STEVENS
Business Assistant . . . . SUE STIEFF
Page Sales Manager ..... DON KELLOGG
Book Sales Manager ..... BOB HOBART
Assistant Book Sales Manager . . PAUL DAGLE
Promotion Manager . . . CAROLE ANDERSEN
Office Manager . . . SUZANNE RoUsso
lD1EAN lVlH.LS, Editor
The Daily Iowan, distributed five mornings a
week, is a University publication on par with
many professional newspapers. As Iowals fourth
largest daily, the DI gives comprehensive coverage
of the events affecting SUI students. The Daily
Iowan emphasizes campus news, but provides lo-
cal, national and international news for students
who rely on it as their only news source. Aside
from local reporting, the Daily Iowan benefits
from the AP news and wirephoto services. Each
year the paper prints several supplements, includ-
ing a special edition sent in the summer to enter-
Responsible for publication of the Daily Iowan
is a permanent staff of l7 students who serve on
the paper for a full year. A fluctuating staff of
journalism students do much of the copy writing,
interviewing, and reporting required for daily pub-
lication. The DI is distributed 52 weeks a year,
with approximately 9,500 copies printed daily
during the school year.
GARY SPURGEON, Managing Editor CELE FERNER, City Editor
Managing Editor .
City Editor . .
News Editor .
Sports Editor . .
Editorial Page Editor
VVomen's Editor .
Chief Photographer .
Assistant City Editor
The Daily Iowan newsroom is always the scene of much activity
. EDWARD P. BAssIa'I"I'
. . DEAN MILLS
. GARY SPURGEON
. CELI3 FERNIZR
. . ERIC ZOECKLER
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. SIIAIION PROCTOR
. IOIQ LIPPINCOTI'
. . IULIE NELSON
IOIIN LIsVVAI1NIa Clst semj
NADINI: GODWIN tlst senmj
Assistant News Editor
Assistant Sports Editor
Advertising Director .
Advertising Manager .
Classilied Nlanager .
. . IOIIN BORNIIOLDI
IIM PIPIQR Qlst sem.J
. . BOB NANDIQLL
. . IIIV CROSSMAN
. ClA'I'HY FIsc:IIGRUND
DICK RAGAN tlst semj
CA'I'IIY FISCIIGRUND fist sem.j
Advertising Consultant . . . DENNIS BINNING
Circulation Manager . . JIM COLLIILR
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Cuing a record for KSUI FM reproduction.
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WSUI at 9l0 lac. and KSUI at 9l.7 m,c., under
the direction of Carl Menzer, bring a Vast amount
of entertainment to their listeners. WSUI is
thought to be the lirst radio station this side of
the Mississippi River. It reaches from southern
Minnesota to northeast Missouri and from north-
west Illinois into two thirds of the state ol Iowa,
featuring programs from music to class room lee-
KSUI, the PM station, inaugurated stereo-mul-
tiplex broadcasting on October 2l. This station is
devoted mostly to music but they do broadcast
news and other outstanding features.
The two stations keep several professional per-
sonnel busy plus a number ol students who are
interested in radio work either for courses or as
part time jobs.
Information is continually phoned into the newsroomn.
Two journalism students prepare the next news broadcast.
Students prepare to lilni a geography lecture series.
Each student gets experience in the control room.
The latest techniques ol the television industry
are "learned hy doing" at SUl's Television Cen-
ter. Here students prepare ior work in video ad-
vertising. production, research and management
hy training with actual equipment, including a
new 2560.000 video tape recorder.
Both dramatic and educational programs are
filmed at the Television Center, which is under
the direction of Dr. Iohn Kuiper. This year lor
the first time a University course in geography
was taught via closed circuit television. The grad-
uate and undergraduate memhers oi the Tele-
vision Center also produced educational programs
which were seen by grade school pupils through-
out the state. Other SUI students gained exper-
ience While filming an original television drama.
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Nancy Shinn, Edward Bassett CPublisherj, Larry Travis, l.. A. VanDyl4e, Leslie Moeller, George Easton, Dale Bentz, Lee
Tbcisen, Nlarilee Teegan. Alan Touch.
Student Publications, Inc.
LESLIE MOELLER, President oi the Board of Trustees
Student Publications, Inc., is a board composed
of four faculty members appointed by the Presi-
dent and five students elected by the student body.
As trustees, they are responsible lor all policies ol
the Daily Iowan, the I-IAWKEYE, and the Iowa
SPI names the administrators in charge ol' these
publications and selects the editorsg thus repref
senting the entire University.
The five student body representatives were
Nancy Shinn, Marilcc Tec-gen, Lee Thcisen, Alan
Touch and Larry Travis. The faculty was repre-
sented by Prof. Dale M. Bentx, Dr. George S.
Easton, Prof. Leslie G. Moeller and Prof. Lauren
A. Van Dyke. Mr. Edward P. Bassett, publisher
of the Daily Iowan, also sits in on SPI meetings.
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ROW l: james White, Bill Happel, Head Coach Ierry Burns, Andy MacDonald, ROW 2: Archie Kodros, Henry Piro erry
Hilgenberg, Bob Flora.
Simim SCHEUIQRMAN, Head Basketball Coachg
DICK SCHULTZ, Assistant.
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Iowa . . 27 iVlirmQsotz1 , . I3
Iowa . . . Qi Michigan . . . 21
Iowa .... Notre Dame
QCzmCClIcd as the nation mourned
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ROW l: C. Webb, R. Wehrle, I, Roberts.
R. Dougherty, F. Glover, Co-Capt. VV. Hil-
genberg, Co-Capt. P. Krause, R. l.eZottc, l..
Rogers, W. Niedbala, C. Kasapis.
ROW 2: A, Kodros. assistant coach, C.
Fletcher, T. Giacobazzi, P. Deutsch, li, Rid-
dle, B. Budzilc, B. Sherman, D. Recher, Nl.
Reilly, C. l.atta, B. Crier, I. Sunseri, jcrry
Burns, Head Coach.
ROW 3: A. McDonald, assistant coach, R.
Hendryx, I. McGuire, M. Moses, T. Welt,
R. Mitchell, T. Ferry, C. Harris, 1, Price,
M. Wiese, B. Wright, Ucman, G, Sanirey.
W. Piro, assistant coach.
ROW 4: K. Noonan, I. Wagner, O, Town-
send, I. DeAntona, D, Cchrke, D. Long, B.
Howererter, D. Elbert, Cmejrek, l.. Wil-
liams, A. Randolph, G, Tompras, Hilgen-
berg, assistant coach.
ROW 5: R, Flora, assistant coach, W.
Happel, assistant coach, C. Wilder, C.
Nourse, I. McDowell, W. Krill, I. Niland.
W. Restelli, R. Ziolkowski, S. Hodoway, G.
Tucker, L. Weston, I. White, assistant
ROW 6: E. Abrons, manager, K, Ryan, D.
Kantak, R. Gates, I. Killbreath, G. Swain.
D. Moss, L, Miller, I. Lasota, I. Fashimpaur,
M. Mullins, Buster, manager.
ROW 7: A. Buntroclc, trainer, W. Briggs.
R, Brozek, G. Simpson, G, Snook, S, Lilly.
R. Carle, F. Reinhardt, T. Roberts, B. Ole-
son, L. Hoffman, K, lfalh, assistant trainer,
R. Iohnson, manager.
It s game time again as the Hawks hustle onto the lield through the Highlander tunnel.
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Hawkeye quarterback Fred Riddle lights oil' efforts of two Washington State tat-klers in lowa's opening vietory.
Bobby' Crier stiff-arms defender and moves around end lor
Ql-yard gain against Cougars.
Ioyvas Iiaxvkeyes opened the i963 footballsea-
son, against xVHShhlgUH1 State hi Iowwi Stadiuni
Sept. 28. Iowwt scored Erst on a three-yard pass
from Fred Riddle to Hanker Patil Krause. Early in
the second quarter, Riddle sneaked over from the
one lor another score and lay Roberts' conversions
gave the Hawkeyes a 14-0 advantage at halftime.
But during the halftime show, the 83 degree
temperature cooled eonsiderably and the Hawk-
eyes had also lost their spark as the Cougars took
the kiekoli and marched S0 yards for their hrs!
score, and 63 for another to tie the score.
The Hawks tried one last desperation play with
three seconds to go as sophomore quarterback
Gary Snook lofted a 45-yard pass to Krause who
fell out-of-bounds at the Washington State 25 as
the gun sounded with the scoreboard reading,
lndiana's Hoosiers invaded Hawkeyclancl
lor the Iowa Homecoming contest Oct. l2.
The air was filled with footballs as Riddle set
a Big Ten record for the most touchdown
passes in one game by throwing Five scoring
aerials. End Tony Giacobazzi and Krause
each caught two of Riddle's touchdown passes
and end Cloyd Webb captured another. The
record-breaking performance earned the jun-
ior signal-caller United Press International's
Midwest Back of the Week honors. The
Hawkeyes' other score was a 25-yard field goal
by Roberts which opened the scoring.
Iowa fans had only two chances to see All-
Arnerican candidate Marv Woodsfan in action.
The Hoosier Speedster injured his knee on the
lirst play from scrimmage and returned for
only one more play.
Five interceptions, three by Iowa linemcn,
and three recovered Hoosier fumbles helped
the Hawks to a 23-U lead late in the first hali
and a 37-26 Victory which Iowa Head Coach
Ierry Burns called "a fine win" as he was
carried oft the field, and the Homecoming
monument burned in the tradition ol cele-
brating a Hawkeye victory.
Throwing under pressure is a great asset and sopho-
more quarterback Gary Snook demonstrates his poise
as he seeks out receiver despite Indiana taekler.
Halfback Bob Sherman is oft in an open held after receiving
block from center Gary Fletcher.
Ehil lDeutseh ruins passing plans ol Wiseonsin's llal
The next task lor the undefeated Hawkeyes was
Wisconsin, the No. 2 team in the nation.
It was an effort that ranked with the greatest ol
all Iowa efforts and victory seemed only a finger-
tip away as the Hawks, final drive fell a foot short
of a first down. Linebacker Mike Reilly led an
Iowa defense which allowed the Badgers, ranked
among the top teams in the nation in rushing,
total offense and scoring, only 207 total yards.
As the game started, Wisconsin moved immedi-
ately to the Iowa nine, and after the Hawks had
staged a goal line stand, stopping the Badgers on
the three, a field goal gave Wisconsin a slim lead
which stood until the third quarter in which both
With 99 seeonds remaining, the Hawks had
moved to the Badgers' '32-yard line where, on
fourth down, they tried a lake field goal attempt.
Krause carried l5 yards, hut was run out-ol-
hounds on the l7, just a loot short ol the first
down as Wisconsin won, l0-7.
l.onnie Rogers goes lor an extra
yard on pure determination alter
being surrounded by Wiseonsin
"Floyd of Rosedale" comes home in the arms of Co-captains Wzrlly Hilgenberg and Paul Krause as Mike Reilly and Lonnie
Rodgers look on alter win over Minnesota.
Two deserving symbols of Iowa football got
rides off the field Nov, 9. Coach Burns, whose
Hawkeyes defeated Minnesota for the first time
since he became coach, was Carried off by his play-
ers, and following him came Floyd of Rosedale,
the bronze statue of a prize hog which goes to the
winner of the Iowa-Minnesota game each year.
Snook threw for three touchdowns as he eu-
gineered the Hawks to a 27-l3 victory before H
sell-out Dad's Day crowd of 60,000 Krause and
Sherman each returned an intercepted pass for 21
touchdown, and Krause and Webb captured Snook
aerials for scores while Roberts kicked a field goal
to complete the scoring.
Reilly was named the Midwest's Lineman of
the Week by UPI for his defensive play, and at
the close of the season was selected to Look Maga-
zineis All-America team and the Associated Press'
All-America second team,
Cloyd Webb evades two Minnesota defenders enroute to
one of his spectacular catches.
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ROW l: Terry' l.yon, Gary Olson, Trever Toland. ROVV 2: Coach Sharm Seheuerman, Iimmy Rodgers, Lewis McNlecn,
Dave Roaehx Captain Andy Hankins, Assistant Coach Dick Schultz. ROW '31 Mike Denotna, George Peeples, Bill Skea.
lzclxvard Bastian, Joel lessen. ROW 4: lim Wilsoii, assistant managerg Dennis Pauling, Roh Clehhard, Philip VVilliainson.
lim Roslnorough, Haskell Pitluck, manager.
George Peeples outreaehes his Illinois opponents lor a cru-
What emerged as Sharm Seheuerman's last year
as an lowa sports figure-the l963-64 haskethall
season-was uneventful in many Ways. lt had its
hig moments-the vvin over St. Louis, the 'gal-
moSt" victory over second-ranked Michigan, the
night Ed Bastian Hheldw All-American Gary
Bradds to 30 points, the first hall against defend-
ing national champion Loyola.
Vxfinning their first four non-conference games.
the Hawkeyes had high hopes for a hrst-division
hnish in the Big Ten. But, after edging Indiana,
72-7l, in the opening Conference tilt of the season,
a five-game losing streak killed lowais hopes. The
Hawkeyes won only three Big Ten games and
lost ll for ninth place in the conference Stand-
ings, their worst finish in 25 years.
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March 7, the Hawks launched a tremendous
ellort against second-ranked Michigan, but
the upset bid lell short in the last ten minutes
ol' the Contest as lowa lost, 69-6l.
The Hawkeyes took the lead alter the first
lour minutes ol the game and at one time
held a 33-21 advantage. Iowa led, 40-34, at
halftime alter hitting l6 of 35 attempts lrom
the field for 46 per cent.
ln the second hall, however, lowa hit only
9 ol 35 attempts as the percentage for the
night fell to 40 and the Wolx'erines, "big
menu swung into action.
All'Ameriean Bill Buntin and Callie Rus-
sell teamed up lor 55 ol lVlichigan's points as
Buntin scored 28 and Russell 27 in one ol'
lVlichigan's lowest point totals ol tht- season.
Dave Roach was lowa's leader with l3.
"l've never heen happier and more proud
than l am tonight," lowa's retiring coach
Sharm Seheuerrnan said after receiving the
game hall lrom Captain Andy Hankins.
Seheuerman received two standing ovations
during the game from the crowd ol' lO.5OO
It's either prayer or a Search lor contacts. but all the
Hawkeyes are interested.
The hest way to make sure the hall goes into the hasket is to
dunk it through the rim-joel lessen makes sure ol two Iowa
Sharm Scheuerman. a Hawkeye sports person-
ality lor ll years, resigned as Iowa's Head Basket-
ball Coach at the end ol' the l963-64 season, He
had held the position lor six years, since l953.
when, at the age ol' 24, he became the youngest
major university head coach in the nation.
Scheuerman was a guard on Iowa's 'iFabulous
Fivew team ol lS356, which won the Big Ten title
and was runner-up in the NCAA Tournament.
He was assistant varsity and head freshman coach
at Iowa until lVlay. l958, when he was named
head coach alter the death ol' Bucky O'Connor.
Scheucrmanis most unusual feat occurred in the
l960-6l season when he developed two separate
teams which had a combined season's record ol
IS-6. In the Big Ten, a IO-4 mark gave Iowa a
second place tie with Purdue. Only three teams
in Iowa history had ever won more games. The
outlit became the conferences best defensive team
with an average of 6l.3 points per game lor op-
ponents. Three team and three individual rec-
ords were broken.
The feat centered around the loss ol four
players by ineligibility in early February, l96l.
That team, lrom Dec. I to Feb. 4, had won the
Los Angeles Classic with three victories over Cali-
lornia teams and compiled a l2-3 record. But the
big story was the second semester heroics ol' one
original regular, two second-teamers and one from
thc third team. Known as the "Hustling Hawksf'
this team won six ol' nine league games and lin-
ished eighth in the linal Associated Press national
poll. Seheucrman received the third highest num-
ber ol votes in the uCoach ol the Year" poll.
At thc end ol the NCAA Tournament in March.
l96l, Seheucrman was chosen coach ol' the vic-
torious West squad in the Eetst-West All-Star
Shrine game at Kansas City.
Iowa Athletic Director Forest Evashevski surn-
med up Iowa's leelings, when, in announcing
Scheuerman's resignation, he said. 'Sharm has al-
ways reprcsented the University and the Athletic
Department with dignity. He will be sorely missed
by the intercollegiate athletic scene in which he
has been active since l952."
Fd Bastian ruins another Bradcls attempt as tlie Iowa
sophomore "held" the Big Tens leading scorer to 'Sli points.
well below his average.
linnny Rodgers linds his 6-l height inches short as he tries
to stop Bradds lrom dunking the ball.
1964 SPRINC SQUAD
ROW l: I. Vandeliamp. C. Brunst, R. Lee. D. Hampton, D. Perkins, B. Stuber, A. Herylord. C. Dawson, R. Stroup. ROW 2:
I. McAndrews. I. Koehnk. D. Winders, D. Liddicoat, B. Sherman, S. Hohle, I,. Myatt, R. Hendryx, M. Moses, I. Mowen, H.
Ostrander, N. Maw. ROVV '32 Coach Otto Vogel, Assistant Coach Dick Schultz, B. Anderson, D. Moss, I.. Petersen. B. Gebhard.
-I. Freese, K. Banaszek, I. Madden. B, Schauenberg, R. Reppe, D. Miner, S, Green, R. Sludes, I. Petersen. H, Bisbee. manager.
Iowa First baseman Duke Lee waits amciously for ball as
enemy runner inches nearer base.
Assistant Dick Schultz became interim coach of
the IQ63 Iowa baseball team alter Head Coach
Otto Vogel suffered a stroke, and engineered a
Big Ten pennant drive which came to a thrilling
climax in the last contest ol the season. a double-
header with Illinois.
The Hawks held a l9-8 record when they
played host to the Illini in the season Hnale. In
the first game of the twin bill, which was to de-
cide the title, the Hawks came from behind twice
to tie the score, 6-6, going into the ninth inning.
An Illinois triple scored a man who had gotten
on base with a walk and the Hawkeyes lost their
title bid, 7-6. The 20-9 seasonis mark and second-
place finish in the Big Ten was Iowais highest
finish since l957.
Pitching played a big role in the Hawks, suc-
cess. Iunior Lee Petersen. a transfer, pitched the
only no-hitter of the year, and Iim lVIeAndrew
finished with a perfect 4-0 mark. Bob Sherman
led Hawkeye hitters.
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ROW I: Coach Dick Holzaepfel, lack Sehben, Glenn Gailis, Rick Febey, Elliott Pearl, Steve Drish. ROW 2: Barry Keeley
Pete Drozdowicz, Bob Swanson, Keith Spaulding, Bill Sayre, George Hery.
Iowa's gymnastics team finished the season with
a perfect dual meet record, defeating Michigan
State, Minnesota, University of Illinois at Chicago,
Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana and Ohio
The favored Hawkeyes lost their bid for the Big
Ten title to Michigan. Iowa had two individual
conference champions, Glenn Gailis on the side
horse and George Hery in Iloor exercise. Gailis
and Hery paced the Hawkeyes during the season
as Gailis was the leading scorer, averaging 22
points a meet, and Hery was a close runner-up.
Six Hawkeyes represented Iowa in the NCAA
meet at Los Angeles: Gailis, Hery, Elliott Pearl,
Bill Sayre, lack Sebben and Pete Drozdowiez. The
Hawks finished sixth in the meet as Gailis placed
second in still ring competition and Hery tied for
third on the trampoline, placed fifth on long horse
and tied For eighth in Hoor exercise.
lack Sebben does uerossi' on the still rings
After lowa's swimmers had lost to Indiana, Ne-
braska, Michigan State and Minnesota and
stretched their losing streak to 12, "l3,' proved a
lucky number for the Hawkeyes as they opened
second-semester competition with a win over Illi-
nois and then added Northwestern and Purdue as
victims before losing the closing meet of the sea-
son to Wisconsin.
The swimmers were helped hy Hal Bigger, a
junior transfer who set lowa varsity records in the
200-yard and 500-yard free-style events. Sopho-
mores Ron Berry and Ralph Bextinc also proved
top competitors for the Hawks.
Michel LeVois, Iowa diver, won seven consecu-
tive first places in dual meets and qualified in
both high and low board diving at the Big Ten
finals, in which the Hawks placed seventh. Le-
Vois was named to the Collegiate All-American
team following his showing in the NCAA finals.
Sophomore Ron Berry takes another Hrst place in the
ROW l: B. Kantor, T. Rikcr, M, I,eVois, M. Royce, manager. ROW 2: M. Fuller, managerg D. Casady, asst. coachg C, Nich-
ols, R. Berry, M. Peterson. I, Roseman, B. Allen, coach. ROW 3: B. Sjostrum, Ci, Gray, H. Haskens, T. Nestrud. RUVV -I:
H. Bigger, I, Jones, R. Bextine, I, Cook.
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ROW l: Tom Bowman, Iohn McCarthy, Bill Fuller, Norm Parker, Morris Barnhill, Ioe Greenlee. ROW 2: Assistant Coach
Ralph Ricks, Mel Wieland, Dave Kohl, Roger Murray, Roger Schilling, Wilbur Devine, Iay Roberts, Coach Dave McCuskey.
The Hawkeye wrestlers entered the Big Ten
meet with a 7-2 season record after wins over
Illinois, Wisconsin C2j, Minnesota, Michigan
State, Indiana, Purdue and losses to Northwestern
Norm Parker, Iowa's l3O-pounder, extended
his dual meet winning streak to l9 victories and
won the conference crown in his weight class.
Parker was undefeated in dual meet matches the
last two years. Mel Wieland won the Big Ten
I67-pound title, and Ioe Greenlee and Bill Fuller
won consolation matches in the Big Ten finals,
but the Hawks again finished second behind re-
peating champion Michigan.
Iowa had no National champions as Fuller was
the only Iowa wrestler to survive first round com-
petition and advance to the semifinals. Fuller won
the consolation crown in the NCAA meet as the
Hawkeyes tied for l2th place, second-highest fin-
ish lor a Big Ten team.
Iowa's wrestlers, who placed second in the conference, are
off to another win-this time over Wisconsin.
Golf is a game for spring, but Rog Gunderson starts prac-
tice early in the Field House lolt.
With a bigger squad than usual, IS men, Coach
Charles Zwiener tried to revive Iowa golf fortunes
in l963 alter a 4-9-l mark in l962, but found the
job diliicult as the Hawkeyes finished with a 3-9
record and placed ninth in the Big Ten.
The Hawks defeated Northern Illinois, North-
western and Notre Dame, but lost to Minnesota
CQD, Wisconsin QD, Northwestern QZD, Northern
Illinois and Missouri. Five lettermen, Bill Bran-
denburger, Mark DeVoe, Bob Gitchell, Herb
Knudten and lim Mueller paced the Hawks.
As the 1964 season began, prospects were still
not bright as Donald Allen, DeVoe, Gitchell and
Alan Peehacek were the only returning lettcrmcn.
Zwiener cited Iames Scheppele and Ioseph McEl-
voy as two of his top sophomores along with
identical twins, Robert and William Fanter.
15364 SPRING 'l'IiAM
ROW l: Richard Steward, Cap Hermann. joe Mclilvoy, Ben Smith, lim Cannclla. RUVV 2: Mark l7eVoc. Iohn l7onox'an,
Dan Fliger. Roger Gunderson, Steve Miller, Charles Zwiener. coach.
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ROW l: Mike Kinsinger, Al Hastetler, Orville Townsen, Ed Koe. ROW 2: Steve Combs, Theron Baily, Iohn Keaus. ROW
3: Dick Adams, Bill Tticker.
Coach Iim White, practicing his belief that
"fencing is an athlete's sport," led the Hawkeye
fencers to a 7-5 Big Ten dual meet record in 1964,
one of the best fencing marks in Iowa history.
After a winless season in l963, the Hawks, led by
Mike Kinsinger and Dick Adams, and strength-
ened by the participation of gridders Ivory Mc-
Dowell, Orville Townsend and Karlin Ryan, fin-
ished in a tie with Michigan State for second in
the Big Ten meet compared to their fifth place
finish in a field of six in l963.
Kinsinger, who finished the season with a 62-17
mark and had a lO-0 record in the Big Ten finals,
claimed the conference foil crown. His season's
record was the best individual mark ever achieved
by an Iowa fencer.
Kinsinger finished in the top ten in the NDAA
finals, and Adams and McDowell also placed high
as Iowa finished among the top 20 teams in the
Steve Bryan demonstrates a stop-thrust as he helps the
Fencers to one of the best records in Iowa history.
Lettermen Steve Wilkinson, Dick Riley, Dennis
Ellertson and Dave Strauss were joined hy lVlikc
Schiavoni, Ken Vlfright. and Gary Fletcher as the
Hawkeye tennis team Won 10 and lost S dual
meets in 1963 and placed Hith in the Big Ten
Coach Don Klotz regarded the 1964 prospects
as "fain, since six lettermen, Elliot Ahrons, Ellert-
son, Fletcher, lVlarc Mears, Riley and Strauss, re-
turned. Four sophomores, headed hy Arden Stoke
stad, Were regarded as top prospects. Klotz lelt
that if the younger men could push the veterans,
the team would be improved by that competition.
In a four-meet spring vacation trip in late
March, the 1964 candidates returned with a 2-2
mark alter meeting Washington ol St. Louis, St.
, t Louis University, Southern Illinois and Western
The game gets under way as an Iowa netman steps into
serving position on the Field House court. Mlchigilll'
ROW 1: "l'. Rusk, D. Lutz, ll Klotz, coach, D. Gervicli, Walter. ROW 2: 1, lilvert, 17. llllertson, A. Stokstad, D. Strauss,
Nl. Mears, D. Riley.
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ROW l: Ed Troughton, Lee Wraith, Ron Greelee, Derrick Williams, Lee Walker. ROW 2: Freshman Coach Roger Kerr,
Capt. Larry Kramer, George Clarke, Larry Shcek, Coach Francis Cretzmeycr.
Iovva's cross country team, hampered by inex-
perience and depth, failed to win a meet during
the l963 season and finished seventh in a field of
eight at the Big Ten championship meet.
Captain Larry Kramer, George Clarke and lim
Ashton were the only returning lettermen from
the 1962 team. Kramer suffered from a leg injury
throughout the season and was unable to repeat
his top performances of the previous year. None
of the Hawkeyes ever Won a first place, but
Clarke, who led the Hawks during the long sea-
son, claimed several third and fourth places.
The Hawkeyes lost to Illinois, led by Big Ten
champion Al Carius, 20-39, in the opening meet
of the season and then fell to Wisconsin, 2l-37,
the Chicago Track Club, 18-40, and to Minnesota,
l9-36. The loss to Wisconsin on the Finkbine
Golf Course was the first time the Hawkeye har-
riers have lost a home meet in three years.
George Clarke, Iowais leading harrier, keeps eyes on thc
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watch, even at practice sessions.
RUVV I: Coat-h F. Cretzinc-yer, A. Randolph. I., Leonard. IU, VVilliznns. R. Greenlee. l.. Wraith. l.. Kramer. RKJW 2: CI.
Hollingsworth, S. Cloldston, Cl. Clarke, l.. Walker, l,. Sheets, P. Piper. ROW 3: R. Hurt. K. Ziegler. 1, Pleteher. I. Piper.
G. Richards. ROW' -1: R. Mellon an. li. rl11'OUQ'l1lOH. D. Kohl. D. Thompson. Rocker.
Iowa hurdlcr attempts to cut time ollf his own record.
Alter sharing the Big Ten indoor track title
with Nlichigan in N63. lowais Hawkeyes linishefl
last in the eonlerenee meet in l964. Sophomore
Steve Goldston. who staged several thrilling per-
formances during the indoor season. was the only
Hawkeye to place as he finished sixth in the 60-
yard dash. Gary Hollingsworth was unahle to de--
lend his 440-yard dash crown hecause ol illness.
Iowa lost most ol' its champion athletes ol l96'S
and was forced to build lrotn only four letter-
men. Hollingsworth. whose time of 146.6 in the
440 ranked him in a tie lor llth in the H363 world
list. headed the list ol outdoor prospects. Distance
man Larry Kramer and sprinters Gary Richards
and Scott Rocker were the only other returning
lettermen. Rocker and Hollingsworth were mem-
bers of the IQ63 record-breaking mile relay team.
Captain Bill Frazier, champion half niiler, was
out for the season with a pulled tendon. and was
granted another year of eligibility hy the Big
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ROW l: Ierry Davidson, Bill Parks, Arnie Man-
vitz, Bob White. ROW 2: Gwen Owen, Ioan
Fee, Nancy Laughlin, Barb Burry, Diane Schoen-
berg, Linda Markulin.
Student Senate meetings are always well attended.
The Executive Cabinet oi the Student Senate
includes the president and vice-president of the
student body and the ll committee chairmen and
commissioners of Senate committees.
This group, which meets once a Week, is pri-
marily to advise and give opinions to the presi-
dent of the Student Senate. The Cabinct also de-
termines some oi the policies presented to the
Senate for consideration.
The duty of an Executive Cabinet member is
to act as a two-Way liason between his commis-
sion and the executive body.
Special projects organized and sponsored by the
Student Senate, under the leadership of Executive
Cabinet, were the mock referendum on the ShaFl
Plan in the fall, the Political Affairs Conference
in February, Project AID, the Book Exchange,
and the Spring Festival.
ROW l: Dave Beck, lim Kopel, Mike Carver, Iudy Steelman, Pete Ptacek, Marilee Teegen. ROW 2: lim Bennet, Tom Stone,
Rick Wernick, Neal Rains, l.ee Theisen, Gene Olson, Wally Snyder.
ROW l: P. Reisetter, S. Gumbiner, D. Dunshee, B. Parisi, L. Theisen, I. Birkeland, T. Kling, L. I-Iibbs, T. Yerkey, S, Ericzon,
P. Duke. ROW 2: K. Cottrell, H. Goodall, NI. Teegen, I. Ioines, A. Wescoat, P. Kaplan, I.. Connell, P. Griflin, K. Farrell, M.
Cook, D. McMahon, M. King, K. Anderson, N. Laughlin. ROW 3: R. Shinn, S, Bush, D. Zahn, L. Winberg, S, Teichner,
P. Risdal, D. Smith, I. Perry, N. Shinn, P. Crews, S. Cortimiglia. ROW 4: L. Schoeneman, W. Taylor, D, Netherton, S.
Showers, N. Plumb, K. Kinne, P. Erb, D. Sulentic, I. DeI.aat, NI. Klobuchar, A. Peacock, I. Christiansen, ROW 5: I. Grun-
Igagl, B. Curley. C. fVlarshall, S, Buck, I. Iseminger, I, Fister, G, Olson, E. Olson, I, Starr, T, Stone, R. Clymer. D. Montgomery,
Student Senate Subcommittees
The Senate Subcommittees, inspired by the worked on housing and book cost reports, the an-
capable leadership of president Mike Carver, or- nual book exchange, the Faculty and Course
ganized student policies and programs. Evaluation polls, and the new 25 member Fresh-
lVIany committees Worked together to make man Internship Committee.
SUI's first Spring Festival a big success. Others
Student Senate .Iudlclary
This committee of the Student Senate acts as a laws on the campus,
court on all University tradic appeals ol SUI stu- If a student receiving a ticket Wishes to appeal
dents. his case it is then transferred to the Student Sen-
The University Police enforce all traffic prin- ate Iudiciary, which meets every Saturday morn-
ciplcs and distribute tickets for violations ol these ing.
ROW l: Charles Pelton, Max Peterson. Lawrence Prybil. ROW 2: Verne lVIcClurg, Seymour Oray.
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Selling football cushions was one of Project AID,s Fund
Project AID stands lor the "Assist Iowa Devel-
opment" fund. This lund was set up to provide
scholarships for students who demonstrate need
and academic excellence.
The function of the Project AID committee is
to organize fund-raising projects with the hope of
eventually building up reserve lor an endowment
fund. The committee also directs distribution ol
In Project AID,s three years of existence, lour
scholarships have been awarded. Two were pre-
sented Hrst semester this year.
Among the fund-raising projects were the Parf
ent Drive, Shoeshine Drive, and the Bunab Drive.
As added help, Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity do-
nated money from their calendar sales and Hill!
crest Association sponsored a Peter Nero Concert
lor Project AID.
ROW 1: Sandi Ericzon, David Beck, Nancy Boyd, Michael Sehiavoni. ROW 2: Douglas Zahn, judy Haefner, Linda Krane,
Iudy Steelman, Dick Mundy.
ROW I: B. Doughty, S. Brogan, I. Moore, I. Kopel, S. Ilyde, S. Cortiniiglia. ROW 2: S. Peterson, I. Khera, H. Goodell, S. Artz,
D. Wilson, C. Ileeren, N. Brown, Y. KiHe, I. Steclman.
People to People
People-to-People, organized at SUI in the
spring ol IQ63, promotes better understanding be-
tween the American and the foreign student.
Through its various programs PTP hopes to aid
both the American and foreign students in ap-
preciating each others, cultures.
Friendships on a person-to-person basis is the
ideal Way to accomplish this goal, and the PTP
programs are designed to loster personal contacts.
The Executive Committee, headed by chairman
lim Kopel, Works with the various subcommittees
to coordinate the yearis projects. The committees
include: Hospitality, Events, Student Ambassador,
Iob Placement, Brother-Sister, and Publicity.
The International Song Festival and tours of
places ol interest in the Iowa City area were
some of PTP,s major projects.
Many hours ol planning went into the International Song
Festival held on March l-l.
l: Lindsay Arthur. Cynthia Borland, Sue Bubb, Ioyct- Burnett, Shirley Bush. Karnese Cameron. Lynda Chinn, Diane
ROVV 2:7 Sue Fverroad, Elaine Higgins. Linda Howe, Louise Larsen, Marilyn Linclholin, Sandra Little, janet Murlic'd.
Ring. ROXV '3: Cathy Rowley. Judy Schafenacker. Ianet Scott. Mary Shepherd, Nancy Singlcy, Judy Smith, Rachel
ROVV -l: jutly Sorenson, Pam Stegnian, Arm Stephens, Barbara lhompsoti, Kathy Walter, Linda YNQ-is, Andrea VVilson.
Alpha Gamma Delta
President ........ IANE1' SCo'I"1'
Vice-President . . DIANIQ ABEGI:
Secretary . . DIANI3 DUNN
Treasurer ....... LINDA HOWI41
This year a tea sponsored by Panhellenic
Council welcomed the colony of Alpha Gam-
ma Delta to the campus. In November and
December, Weekly rush parties rapidly in-
creased the number ol Alpha Gains.
ln April Alpha Gamma Delta, SUl's fif-
teenth sorority, received its Charter.
Mixing Work and fun, the Alpha Clams es-
tablished their new Chapter and are looking
forward to a permanent home.
Dinner :tt the Union was included in the
Alpha Gamls social schedule.
ROW l: D. Corson, S. Reynolds, l.. Creed, A. Howard, Barbara Derr, C. Repass, B. lVIcCohan. ROW 2: S. Nolan, l,. Iohns-
ton, E. Cole, ll.. Perrin, C. Ingraham. K. Crenawalt, T. Craflt. B. Pieper, I. Ioslin, S. Hawk. ROW 3: D. Ferguson, T. Walters.
Associated omen Students
Coordinating women's activities on campus
and stimulating the intellectual, social, and cul-
tural development of women students are the two
primary functions oi Associated Women Students.
Events sponsored by AWS range from Fall Or-
ientation for new students, to Spinsters Spree, H
girl-ask-boy dance held in the Union, An event
oriented by AWS this year was a three-day Sym-
posium dealing with the theme of nlndividualism
in a Mass Societyn. The purpose of the Sympos-
ium was to stimulate thought concerning such
subjects as the indivdual and his relationships
with the world, organized religion, and science.
Ollicers of AWS this year were: Ann Howard,
presidcntg Linda Beth Creed, vice-president, Sue
Reynolds, treasurerg Diane Corson, Freshman
President . . .,.... ANN HOXVAIZD
Vice-President . . LINDA BETH CREED
Treasurer . . 3 . . . SUE REYNOLDS
Freshman Council Adviser . . DIANE CORSON
ROW l: Linda Beth Creed, Ann Howard, Barbara Dcrr. ROW 2: Diane Corson, Sue Reynolds.
ROXV l: C. Higgim, P. Cube, 1. Holstcun, Nfl, Pritylxcr. Foss, C. Union, ROW 22: 1. list-li. l., jolmston, C, Stott, C, liilwme
meycr, I. Sill, S, Harder, ROVV 'Sz l.. llirlvnstt-in, ,-X, Nora-oil. 1. Garner. li. Holme, C, Hullonbet-li, I, liarhard, l,, Zelixrdt.
ROW 1: Inagrace Perry, Tani Grallt, Linda Beth Creed, Barbara Doughty. ROW 2: Patricia Beckford, Sue Mockridgc, Sharon
Graham, Lynda Lockwood, Barbara Derr.
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XVR.-X sponsors girls' basketball intramurals each year.
Sue Hunter, Ellen Dow, Katie Grenawalt, and
lane Hawkins served as executive officers of the
Womens Recreational Association this year.
Under their leadership WRA attempted to carry
out its triple purpose of encouraging interest in
recreational activities, arranging suitable facilities
for these activities, and encouraging leadership in
All Women who participate in intramurals and
those Who are members in good standing of any
of the various clubs are eligible for membership
Included in the activities offered to SUI Women
by WRA are intramural swimming. volleyball.
bowling, basketball, golf. tennis. mixed tennis, and
mixed golf. Membership to twelve clubs. among
them Seals. Rifle Club. and Orchesis. is also of-
fered io any woman student.
ROW l: K. Grenawalt, S. Hunter, L. l.ory, P. Erb, R. McKenna. ROW 2: S, Curtis, D. McMahon, M. Fisher, P. Ellsworth,
S. Mitchell. ROW 3: A. White, C, Pauli, C. Cottle, D. Scott, VV. Knowles. ROVV 4: Harms, I. Evans. B. Harris, ROW
5: L. Hilmer, D. Dunlop, C. Meek, N. Killinger.
ROW iz N. Fiala, I. Olive, A. Lindherg, S. Pilster, I.. Struelq, S. Sporman, D. Feldman, P. Smith. C, Jackson. M. Klepinger.
ROW 2: R. Taylor, N. Nicholson, P. Weidner, C. Cramer, S. Burress, B. Rohse. C. Lawler, A. Santee, C. Collins, ROW 3:
Miss Clement, advisorg M. Beaupre, B. Cribhs, K. Champlin, Iiineham, B. Smith, l., Hofla, 1. MeClone, I. Moeller. I. Porter.
K. Wilson, N. Rees.
Seals Club presented their annual synchronized
swimming show on Mothers Day Weekend. This
year members of Seals represented SUI at AAU
events at The Midwest Aquatic Arts Festival at
River Falls, Wisconsin. This year's officers were:
president. leon Porter: viee-president. Rusty Me-
Cloneg secretary, Carolyn Cramerg treasurer. Betti
Smithg publicity. Liz Holla.
Am. Home Economics Assn.
Home Economics Club worked to stimulate a ner and Senior Banquet. Oflieers were: Linda
wider interest and knowledge of SUI's Home Ee Kautz. president: Holly Hann. vice president,
department in the high schools as well as within Donna Sehaeller. seeretaryg Sally Oehler, treasur-
the department itself. The eluhis liftieth anniver-
sary aetivities eoneluded with a Baked Bean Din-
ROW l: S. Chudwiela. Oehler. L. Kautz. II. Hann,
I. Blohme. C. Mueller, S. Garner. ROW 'Sz P. Moreland,
A. Mauer, C. Wheeler, D. Yost, M. Meindertsma, N. Sint-ox.
er, Sue Chudwiek. puhlieity.
D. Schafer, I. Hopson. ROVV 2: R. Burke. li. Brain, A. Cotter.
S. Friezon. M. Beat-h C. Wfhitney, A. lontfstreth. RGVV -1: P. Hull.
ROW I: S. Slessor, C. Cottle, I. Patterson, M. Moser, B. Doughty, C. Casady, I.. Simon. ROW 2: C. Bokorney, I. Rittgers,
L. Bader, I. Artley, I.. Nelson, P. Rashke, D. Crook, E. Cole.
Young Women's Christian Association
Spurred by their eagerness to help others, mem-
bers of the Young Womenis Christian Association
completed an active and commendable year of ser-
vice. The YWCA takes part in every phase of life,
as shown by the Five major committees: Campus
and Personal Life. Major and Marriage, Hospital
Board, Christian Heritage. Community Service.
Mary Moser led the women in their projects 011
campus and in Iowa City.
Among the Y-sponsored projects were the sale
of Homecoming Badges. and the sale of Indian-
made goods. The three-day Indian Sale included
a program, featuring Elms and an Indian studenl
as guest speaker.
Members joined in singing Christmas carols and
entertaining patients at Oakdale Sanitorium and
the Crippled Childrerfs Hospital with various
President Mary Moser serves at a Y tea
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est Vnion Board members are ready to travel!
Union Board is a governing body, charged with
controlling student activites in the Union. This
organization attempts to have such a variety ol
actvities that there will he something oi interest
to every type of person concerned with the Uni-
versity. Several new events were originated this
year. Among these were the Ski Trip in February
and the Religion-Culture Forum. Union Board
also sponsored the American Broadcasting Com-
pany's televised "Hootenany."
Union Board consists of l6 members. Eight of
these are elected in the spring hy students while
the remaining eight are appointed hy deans of
their respective colleges.
Executive memhers of Union Board are: Chuck
Dick, presidentg Rich Halverson. vice-presidentg
Sue Havvk. secretary: and Sue Reynolds. treasurer.
ROV! li S- RCW l10lClS. R. HHIYCYSOD. C. Dick. S. Hawk. C. Hvman. ROW 2: B. Cremers, S. Bauer, K. Allihantl, B, Gita-hell,
IE, Green. BOW '31 R, Pleller, I. Piper, M, Driskell. I. Lofgren. '
ROW 1: A. Kirkpatrick, I. Haeiner, C. Faulk, P. Carlson, Erickson, K. Diddy, I. Engel, I.. Barricks, S. Stage, I. Levin.
ROW 2: O. Howard, F. Fever, M. Quinn, L. Winberg, C. Smith, I.. Parker. I. Aagensen. I. Bice, H. Condell, L. Swanson,
M. Moore, P. Still. ROW 3: S. Cline, B. Harris, A. Raskin, S. Lawrence, K. Munson. R. Hieronymus, B. Schnede, l.. Ierrel,
S. Cortimiglia, B. Morrison, D. Darling, K. Wilson. ROW 4: D. Howe, I. Fister, C. Weinberg, B, Laing, I, Hackett, P. Wells,
S, Hatlield, W. Sisler, D. Montgomery, F. Renshaw. ROW 5: I. Weber, D. Miller, C. 3Nilliams, T. Bauer, C. Marshall, I.
Dulin, VV. Thompson, W. Colbert.
nion Board Sub-Committees
Sixty-three SUI students are members ol Union
Board committees. These comittees work to utilize
the Iowa Memorial Union to its fullest capacity
for the greatest number of students.
Among the activities sponsored by Union Board
committees are exhibits, concerts, poetry readings,
iree movies, billiards, bridge, post-game dances
and lectures. An innovation this year was the
partieipation of committee members as hosts and
hostesses in the Union after home football games.
Another new idea was sponsored by the Special
Events Committee. This was the possibility of 8
Ski Trip in February for interested SUI students.
The members ol Union Board serve as chairmen
lor the committees. After completion of one
ycaris committee work, a participant may apply
for the central group.
There is open bowling lor the enjoyment ol all in the
President . . ,... DICK lVlUI.I,ARKY
Vice-President. . . . . RICH EDLHR
Secretary . . NANCY FRIQDRICKSON
Treasurer . . JOHN Disrnriioizsr
Under the leadership of Dick Mullarky, the
Central Party Committee selected, contracted and
presented varied popular entertainment to the
students of SUI. Such notables as The Brothers
Four, the Four Saints, and the Four Freshmen
were sponsored by CPC. Maynard Ferguson
played for the Homecoming Dance and Iulie
London sang for Dadis Day.
CPC tried to acquire performers that the stu-
dents would enjoy. To poll public opinion, enter-
tainment questionnaires Wcrc filled out during
spring registration. From the favorites indicated,
CPC made preliminary plans for the coming year.
CPC sent three delegates to the Association of
College Unions Convention in Missouri during
Other officers included Rich Elder, John Distle-
horst and Nan Fredriekson.
ROW l: Richard Fdler, Maryann Ruud. Dick Mullarky, Nancy Frederiekson, John Distelhorst. ROW 2: Shirley Bush, Heidi
Ruston, Cerry Meester, Ioy Stoker, Bob Fletcher, lean Fee, Bill Parisi.
ROW l: A. Hendershot, I.. Barricks, I. Clemens, E. Erickson, C, Dick, N, Hall, P. Carlson, S. Hyde, K. 101195, 5. MCAlliS'LCl'.
ROW 2: N. Fomenko, L. Swanson, C. Neuwirth, L. Schmidt, B, Picken, Mannebach, Rice, A. Reed, C. Dockstader, S.
Showers, C. Carpenter, ROW 3: H. Goodell, C. Cleveland, S. O'Donnell, T. Wilson, R. Petersen, I. Carlton, M. Dolan, S.
Hatfield, D. Carnas, I. Underwood, S. Cortimiglia.
Central Party Sub-Committees
The four Central Party Committee subcommit-
tees total a membership ol about 35. These sub-
committees publicize and carry out the entertain-
ment secured by CPC proper.
Students may offer their time and talents to
Entertainment, Tea and Bids, Decorations, and
Publicity. This year during the Homecoming
Dance intermission, Tea and Bids subcommittee
sponsored a tea lor President and Mrs. Virgil lVl.
Hancher commemorating their last Homecoming
while serving SUI. Taking part in subcommittee
Work gives the participants experience which may
eventually qualify them for membership on Cen-
tral Party Committee. A selection board meets
each spring to select new members for CPC prop-
er. Because they have proved their ability, many
members of CPC subcommitees become members
of the nucleus group.
The Four Saints entertained informally in the Gold Feather
The New Christy Minstrels
Each year Central Party Committee is responsi-
ble for bringing prominent entertainers to the SUI
campus. This year the students enjoyed some ol
the most popular performers available lor college
Early in the year, the Brothers Four and the
lfour Freshmen drew large crowds to the Union.
At the Homecoming Dance, Maynard Fergusen
and his band provided the musie. Iulie London
sang at Dadis Day, andt he Four Saints gave H
eoneert in February, The year was rounded Off
with a performance by the ever-poular New
The Fon 1' Saints
Miss SUI Pageant Board
Pageant Board has charge of the presentation ol the Miss
Sill candidates at the llnion.
The nine-member Pageant Board, composed of
three members each from Union Board, Central
Party Committee and Student Senate, chose as its
officers Iohn Distelhorst, pageant dircctorg Debbie
Ziflren, secretaryg and Rich Halverson, treasurer.
During the weeks the Pageant Board supervises
the selection of a new Miss SUI, the candidates
are interviewed, introduced to the student body at
the Union, individually presented during skits at
the various menis housing units and presented by
photo displays. Included in this ycar's pageant
was the addition of one day ol' open campaigning.
Climaxing the 1963 Pageant was the selection
of Miss loeth Manncbach as Miss SUI. Included
in Miss SUI's Court were Elsie Andrews, Linda
Nyquist, Maryann Ruud and Nancy Brown.
ROW ll Nancy Fredrickson, Rich Halverson, John Distelhorst, Debbie Ziflren, Nancy Bergsten. ROW 2: Charles Dick,
Carol Ingrahain, George Mayer, Sue Hawk, William Parisi.
ROW l: Helen G-oodell, Leslie Parker, Pat Carlson, Kay Blosten, Iae Hughes, Iudi Skalsky. ROW 2: Lynn Barricks, Larry
Crider, Robert Baron, larry Bailey, Fnid Wiczer.
Miss SUI Pageant Committee
Selected by the Miss SUI Pageant Board, the
Pageant Committee serves to carry out the policies
established by the board in relation to the annual
selection of Miss SUI. The six separate committees
are each headed by a member of the Miss SUI
Pageant Board and work under his supervision.
All phases ol the pageant are directed by the
committee including the Union presentation of
candidates, the skit presentations at the various
men's housing units, the selection of judges, the
entire publicity surrounding the event, the han-
dling of the all-male vote lor the new Miss SUI
and the construction of the Pageant Board float.
The Pageant Committee also was in charge of
handling and insuring an eliieient day ol open
campaigning that was included in this yearis cam-
paign in a modified form before the selection ol
Another ballot is cast for MiSS SUI
The men's housing units were entertained with skits during the week of campaigning
Miss SUI and her court were presented at the Homwming rally.
ROW l: I. Kopel, I. Stevens, R. Ross, I. Haefner. ROW 2: T. Gralit, M. Teegen, B, Karl, K. VVilson, B. Nuttall. ROW 3:
K. Kauffman, E. Hart, I. Underwood, R. Riessen, H. Pitluck, I. Beecher. ROW 4: W. Thompson, D. Schalekamp, D. Asinger,
D. Brady, S. Mockridge, C. Spaulding.
SUI Orientation Council
Two hundred and twenty upperclassmen helped
to orient approximately 2500 new students during
Orientation Week this fall. This annual event,
under the supervision of the Orientation Council,
helps acquaint new students with the faculty, cam-
pus activities, other new students, and the struc-
ture ol SUI on the academic and social levels.
Highlights of the sessions were Recreation Night,
Activities Open House and President's Open
House. This year marked the last Open House
with President and Mrs, Hancher as host and
The Orientation Council changed the fall pro-
gram for the l964-65 school year under the guid-
ance of Miss Helen Focht, Orientation Council
Advisor. Aiding with these changes were the next
yearis co-chairmen, Ian Moore and Rich Edler.
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Orientation fosters relations between the students, the lac-
ulty and the University.
l Dolphin Fraternit l
ROW lz Cary Cray, seeretaryg Merle Royce, president.
ROW 2: Ceorge llery, Vit-e president, Ralph Laughlin
sergeanteat-arms, Mike Martin, treasurer.
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Founded in l92l at SUI, the Dolphin National
llonorary Swimming Fraternity is now established
on i8 college and university eampuses throughout
the country. The fraternity, designed to promote
competitive swimming and gymnastics as well as
aquatic interests in general, is known lor the an-
nual Homeeoming Dolphin Show which provides
lunds lor the group to utilize throughout the school
year and to send representatives to state and na-
tional AAU meets.
The Dolphins are busy all during the year with
the Homecoming Shovv in the fall, the annual trip
to Fort l.auderdale, Florida, during Christmas ya-
eation and the Clutton Contest in the spring,
Oflieers of the Dolphins were George llery.
president, Cary Grey, Vice-presidentg Ron Barry.
seeretaryg Mike Martin, treasurerg Mike Cragie,
ROVV l: R. Carlson, B. Frietag, P, Brandt, B. Buck, Lee Peters. ROW 2: Coach Dick Holzapfel, C. Harris, P, Drozdowiez.
I. Roos, I. Rasley, I, Sebben, B. Sayre, S. Drish, B, Swanson, ROW 3: Coach Bob Allen, ID. Vololek, I, McGill, R. Hoskinson.
W, Crillith, I. Howard, R, Bextine, E. Hart, B. Cramer, B, Keeley, R. Berry, M. Craggie. ROW -lz D. Casady, I. Nessen, 'I.
Sheridan, E. Larson, T, Nestrund, N. Bretz. li. Sehutte, 1. Matson, M, Peterson, P. Miller, D. Ring, 'l'. Eggers, T. Riker, 1, Kelley.
B. Sjostrum. ROW 5: A. Hostiller, G. Cailis, C, Noble, V. Allen, I. Cook, T. Beamish, A, Mood, B. Cantor, M, Fuller, B, Clense.
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George Hcry thrilled the audience with a daring trapeze performance.
The traditional head-shaving.
Glen Gailis performs mystical movements in a still rings demonstration
Herlay, lowa's most loyal lan.
Pep Club Council
Utilizing the talents of President Frank Patton,
the comedy of Herky, and the enthusiasm of the
student cheering bloc, the Pep Club Council sue-
ceeded in instilling an attitude of pep and vibrant
school spirit in the SUI student body during the
past school year.
A noticeable change made by the Council was
the adoption of black-banded white straw hats for
the cheering setion, The pep bloc Worked with
the four male cheerleaders, seven pom-porn girls
and the llawkeye Marching Band to produce a
spirited athletic season for the University and enf
thusiastie lollowers of the llawks.
The selection ol the cheerleaders, Herky, and
the pomepom girls is also a lunetion of the Council.
Thanks to Pep Club Council, Hawkeye athletic
teams always found a loyal and vocal group of
supporters wherever they appeared throughout the
ROW l: l.. Barriclcs, L. Connell, D. Sulentie, F. Patton, L. Crider, S, Eriezon. K. Kushner. ROW 2: M, Bywater, l.. Herb,
I Watson, P. Braun, B. lVIcGrarvey, N. Boyd, A. Manvitz, L. Markulin, I. Fee.
ROW l: I. Carver, T. Kling, S. Hyde, K. Farrell, S, Hatfield, I. Rice. ROW 2: S, Smith, V. Francis, R. Lamb, M. Lustgarten,
B. Strom, VV. Taylor, M. Stone, A. Peacock, C. Meek, Cl. Weinberg.
Pep Club Sub-Committee
The use of such slogans as "Cage the Cougarsw
and "We Vifant Floydi' provided a lramework lor
the work ol the SUI Pep Club subcommittees dur-
ing the year. Organized under the leadership ol
the Hawkeye Pep Club Council, the various sub-
committees worked throughout the l963-64 school
year to promote and maintain a high degree ol
Committee members emphasized game attend-
ance and cheer participation as a part ol their
Making use ol all-University pep rallies, cheer
contests, the Miss Pep contest. and various other
publicized events, the Pep Club subcommittees
worked also to bring Iowa Citians into the ellort
of Hawkeye support. The malty committees all
contributed to the general operation of the Pep
Club Council and especially to the success ol the
Iowa student cheering block.
A record crowd lined the river bank for the lirst pep rally
ol the year.
'iSor13', kids, seasoxfs overf'
Chccrlvnders and Several mvmbcrs of the mum-il make an Cmhusiastic picuxrc on the stops ful' Old Capitol,
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The Scottish Highlanders added many more
colorful and talented performances to SUl,s foot-
ball games this fall. Half time and opening per-
formances were presented by lassies proficient at
the Highland Fling, and playing the bagpipes and
Director Bill Adamson and Carolyn Rabe, com-
pleting another year as head drum major, led the
girls in several new and unique routines. These
were especially appreciated when the girls traveled
to the Purdue game.
The dancers presented for the lowa crowds the
traditional Sword Dance, climaxed by Lynn
Hohenshell doing the famous Drum Dance.
Second semester was spent in preparing the girls
for their European tour this coming summer.
Crowds will greet the group at the Worldis Fair,
Buckingham Palace and throughout Europe.
Governor Hughes signs the Highlander drum.
Letterman s Club
Members gather for a snack in the Union alter meeting.
Every winner of a major 'T' letter in any ol the
many sports at SUI is a member ol the SUI Let-
terman's Club, The lettermen provide the Hawk-
eye lans with thrilling athletic performances and
also donate their time to the University in many
The program sellers at home lootball games, the
ushers at basketball games, and the helpers at
lowa athletic events are all members ol' the Letter-
Assistant lootball coach Jerry llilgenberg and
track eoaeh lfraneis Cretzmeyer are the faculty
advisors. Oflieers are Clary Fletcher, president:
George Latta, Vice-presidentg Dave Roaeh, secre-
tary: lim Rogers. treasnrerg lack Sebbin, sergeant-
ROW l: H. Hoffman, D. Strauss, G, Fletcher, I. Rodgers, 1, Sebben, D, Roach, G. Hery, I, Roos, D. Vokolek, ROW 2: B.
Fuller, W. Hilgenberg, V. Kohl, N. Parker, G. Clarke, R. Carlson, R. Perkins, ll. Pitluek, T. Henzberg. ROVV Il: D. Riley,
l- ASIUOU, l- Reberts, R- Kerr. A. Hankins, T. Lyon, I. Koehnk, M. Kinsinger, S. Drish. ROVV 4: D. Reeher, I, Greenlee,
I. Anderson, R. Lee, L. Petersen, R. Gebhard, G. Richards, G. Hollingsworth, M, Mears, C. Niehols. ROW 5: A. Giacobazzi,
A. Massueei, P. Deutsch, I. Iones, R. Sehilling, M, Denoma, P, Krause, R. Lezotte, G, latta, W. Niedbala, W. Skea.
ROW iz Minta Manek, Mogus Molia, Akiko Umebayashi, Gilbert De Couvreur. ROW 2: Robert Johnson, Umakant Mahajan,
lnder Khera, Henry 'l'ieic-man, Amir Ali, Suresh Verma.
International Center Association
The International Center Association opens its
doors to all foreign and American students, and
boasts a membership of over lO0. Not only does
the club provide for cultural exchanges but it also
works toward better understanding between stu-
dents of different lands. The organizationis activ-
ities range from thought-provoking seminars to
such forms of recreation as ping-pong and bridge.
Saturday night Finds students having fun together in the
basement of the International Center.
SUI's Young Republicans were an active polit-
ical group throughout the year. Members enjoyed
both a club picnic and a hayride sponsored by the
Young Republicans and the Young Democrats.
Debates on controversial issues. speakers and panel
discussions were held to create campus political
ln Ianuary. a mock nominating convention was
held in Davenport due to the great interest in the
forthcoming presidential election. Sioux City was
host in March for the annual state convention at
which time state olhccrs and the state platform
Gene Krckel was Chairman of the group. Other
olhccrs were ,Ian Ackerman. vice-chairman. Ann
Wescoat, secretary, Denny Meridith. lreasurcrg
and Neal Rains, executive sccrctarv. Dr. Llovd-
These YRS are members of a special study group. limes was ddvism. I '
ROW l: M. Cooper, D. McMahon, D. Abcgg, K. Steelman, I. Skalsky, B. Parisi, M. Teegen, L. Theisen, T. Yerkey, T. Stone,
L. Irlibbs, R. Miller, I. Starr. ROVV 2: R. Collier, K, VVilson, K. Smith. R. Shinn, K. Blakely, R. Lamb, C. Cramer, Evans. M.
QUIUH- S. Hillneld, G. W9l11b9fS- S- YVOHQCU. T. McCahill, D. Simmons, N. Skoglund. ROW 3: C. Meek, I. Evans, S. Harms, L.
R9bCC. D- DOIT, P. Beckford, K. Cottrell. A. Mosher, C. Iansen. G. Masselink, M. Nlislnach. I. Dulin. S. Olson. C. Goff, N. Sincox.
ROYV 42 E. CQIC, P. Meier, C. Wright, D. Pierce, I. Stoutner, I. Shramek. M. Iohnson. M. Appleby, D. Reid, S. Smith, M. Iohn.
SEOI1. H. SCl'1W61IZcr, I. VVeber, A, Santee. ROW 5: I. Beck, C. Cottle, VV. Wolff, F. NlcCaw, C. Barker. R, VVood. B, Gillespie,
C.. Fields, B. Iohnson, M. McBride, E. Zastrow, R. Echternacht, L. Herb.
RUNV l: I. F. Priue, P. Yuung, P. Reisetter, D, Meriditli, I. At-lccnnan, G. Krelxel, A. VVe5t-oat. Rains, R. Seivcr, L. Bailey,
K. Kent, K. Kaltenborn. RUVV 2: D. Scott. P. Ellsworth, li. Blandford. l.. Young, C. Pfbtter, S. Harvey, M. King, M. Drew.
C. Davenport, I. Ionefs. K. Viilson. B. Aldriuli. l.. Faber. K. Honold, K. Conrad, I. Iohannsen, ROW 3: S. Schcidenhelm, L.
jolniscm, Nl. Lee. M. Hurst, P. Thompson. P. Sinuux, C. Copley. I.. Soidati, S. Iiricyon, B. Saboc, P. Belfnn. K, Muna-h, D. l.ohil'
l.. lockwoocl, ROXV 4: I. Ver Smeg, D. Mason. I. Hackett, I. jacob. Rounds. M. Babe. D. ljllxlilll, R. Blunck, Bennett.
j. Platt. VV. Bruns. RUVV 5: D. Willelxc. Ni. Martin, W. Smits. Spangler. R, H. Tlmrrmpson. R. Mt-Knight, M. Petersen, 'I'
Kesfn. C, Graves, A. Okamura, 1. Hemingway.
ROXV lc B. Fwtillws. M. VVillianis, B. Benson, lingo, XNVZHMII1, R. Aldrich, 15. Perkins, D. Ciolcnian, L. Mtg er, 1, Sprague
K. Lucas. KT. Fricdln ROVV 2: D. Mmm:-. IVI. Kuclifvl. C. Pauli, NT, Vieindertsma. I. Touliill. I, Caldwell, I. Cnonlcy, l. PUXXCY.
lf. Pankuy. Ni. lfoncs, li. Dc-an, S. XX'l'l11bO1'g: R. Zobel. Pugff. RCJW 3: D. jflliliwll- l. 50011, C. Gcfrlcen, M- llmglillg
j, Tfnnosvli. :X, Rnclfz Cordeg. H. Stlrlattt-r. K. Elliot. D. Finley. RUXV 41 K. Sctmscr. P. Cll1I'iNiiZlI1SOIi, C. Campbell. C. l,.ar5on
1. Ilarnagel. D. Deliock, I. Furgason. K. Clark, W. Cecil, N. MHl1C1', N. Wilson. RUVV 55 l- DUGTHGT, M- THYl01', R- Straw
R. Stwnur, K. Eltlerlcin, S, Teichner. Cl. Calit-, T. Hannon, R. Iones, R, Neff.
RCDW l: ll. Zohel. Cirulis. l. Curio, B. llowell. Hauser, RCJW 2: l.. liens, D, Zetterholm, I, Jones. I, Sjoberg, R, Silima.
HOVV '31 iii. Storby, C. Larson, K. Keat, R. Stoner. I. Belz.
Newly aroused interest, in the conservative pof lohn Curio, this years president. led the mem'
litieal viewpoint as SUI is undoubtedly due in hers through their fourth year at SUI. highlighted
part to its hraneh of the Iowa Conservatives, The with leetures hy Conservative politicians, repre-
aim of the group is to lloster the conservative heliel' sentative ol all levels oi' government.
Alpha Kappa Alpha
Members ol Alpha Kappa Alpha organized pro- As an international social sorority they partici-
jeets lor the purpose ol' raising money on hehalf ol pated again this year in their annual activities:
Scholarship and Foreign Service Fund. The Amer- a fall Chex Nu party and a Christmas party. and
iean Council on Human Rights, and Sickle Cell ended the year with a spring Hawaiian Luau
Anemia Research. party.
ROW l: Marilyn llolmes, Constanee Ashford, Barbara Carier, ROVV 2: Barbara Penny, ljlletta Williams, Ida Barnes, Shirley
Vanderpool, lane Penny.
ROW l: M. Teegen, K. Crenawalt, D. Darling, D. Ziffren, C. Ingraham, S. Mockridge, D. Morrison, B. Karl, B, Doughty.
ROW 2: S. Bauer, M. Magee, M. Moser, Mary Heidhreder, Marty Heidhreder, I. Farneti, I.. Winherg, L, Perrin, P. Ellsworth.
ROW 3: C. Repass, R, Hieronymus, D. Durlee, Skalsky, A. Trimble, A. Davis, K, Bay, P. Duke, I.. Elliott, K. Champlin.
Three representatives .lrom each ol the I5 na- University and to maintain high social and sound
tional social Womenls sororilies on the SUI cam- scholastic standards. This year the Panhellenic
pus compose the Panhellenic Council. Council welcomed a new sorority to SUI, Alpha
The purpose of the organization is to create co- Camma Delta.
operation between the sorority chapters and the
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Junlor Panhellemc Council
lunior Panhellenic Council consists ofthe pledge serves as a training ground for their future activa-
class presidents from each of the I5 social wom- tion. Once each month a mass meeting is held
en's sororities on campus. The organization ac- with speakers discussing subjects concerning aca-
quaints the pledges with the Greek system and demic areas, etiquette, and rush.
ROW l: S. Bauer, L. Zeliadt, E. Walsh, B. Boardman, M. Haase, M. Nehel. ROW 2: P. Stone, K. Solberg, S, Bernatz, K.
Catehel, R. Collin, I.. lohnston, B. Hall, I. Holsteen.
President . . . DAVE AXEEN
Vice-President . . DAVE BOWMAN
Secretary . . . JIM WATSON
Treasurer . . MIKIS SCHIAVONI
Coordinating the various activities ol the I9 so-
cial fraternities on the SUI campus is the focus of
the Interfraternity Council. This organization
consists of the president and one elected repre-
sentative lrom each of the member chapters.
Setting up the regulations lor fall and informal
rushing and seeing that they are carried out is
one ol IFC's primary functions. IFC annually
sponsors a Leadership Workshop, a Scholarship
Banquet, and, in cooperation with the Panhellenic
Council, the Greek Week activities.
This year the IFC and IIFC dances were com-
bined into an all-Greek dance. The "Rooftop
Singersu were secured to play for this dance dur-
ing Greek Week. IFC officers were Dave Axeen,
president, Dave Bowman, vice-president, lim Wat-
son, seeretaryg Mike Sehiavoni, treasurer.
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ROW l: T. Yerkey, L. Smaha, W. loy, M. New, D. Axeen, D. Bowman, M. Schiavoni, I. Watson, T. Kling, I, Goodman,
W. Earl. ROW 2: A. Touch, R, Edler, D. Camas, G, Olson, M, St-haeferle, I, Speer, W. Ellis, I,. Crider, D, Marston, E.
Lundquist. ROW 3: R. I.amh, B. Tonquest, M, Wellilc, R. Strauss, D. Neiman, R. Baron, I. Diehl, W1 Thompson, I. Cebbie,
W. Woman. ROW 4: T. Stone, C. Hagen, VV. Rosebrook, B. Strom, B. Kienepfel, I. Fister, L. Herb, W. Henderson, B. Strum.
ROW l: T. Brown, D. Iohnson, C. Weinberg, I. McGarvey, T. Montgomery, K. Versman, I. Bassman, I. Alper, C. Jansen,
L. Hibbs. ROW 2: O,Donnell, W. Cecil, C, Calhoun, I. Hemingway, S, Smith. R, Cillespie, I. Kelley, D. Deerberg, R.
Armstrong, D. Mace. ROW 3: W. Emarine, I. Conwell, D. Kuiken, D. Miller, I. Tornabane, I. Shepard, R. Neufeld, D.
Bowman, D. Buck. ROW 4: G. VVinter, S. Wheriy, R. Phalen, I. Price, P. Young, K. llldcrlxin, A. Dunton. S. Arent, ll.
Donovan, I. Ahrold, Achenbach.
Junior Inter-Fraternity Council
Iunior Tnterfratcrnity Council was formerly
known as the lnterlraternity Pledge Council. The
change in name was made this year to solve the
problem oi newly activated men belonging to a
pledge organization. Now all first year fraternity
men on campus are represented on a council.
The Council handles problems dealing with
pledge-active relationships, pledge skips and schol-
arship. It also assisted the Tnterlraternity Council
with a Community Service Project and sponsored
a Foster Child.
Members ol HFC include the president and one
elected member from each of the lil social fraterni-
ties' fall pledge classes. Officers of the Council for
last year were Dave Mace, Sonny Buch, lim
Aehenbach, and Steve Wherry.
Several IFC members meet at the Delta Chi house for
discussion on Creek issues,
Interdorm Social Board
Fred Borden play ed for the Interdorm Dance.
Coordinating social activities between the men's
and women's dormitories and Working toward bet-
ter dorm relations is the function of the lnterdorm
Social Board. It is composed of nine social chair-
men representing the six dormitories on campus.
The Board plans and carries out such activities
as mixers, dinner exchanges. picnics. skating par-
ties and hayrides which provide opportunities for
the students to get acquainted.
The lnterdorm Dance. held annually in the
spring at the Union, is the Board's biggest project.
Wonicii living in the dorms elect an Interdorm
King. while the men elect a Queen. The royal
pair are presented at the dance.
lim Ashton and lean Meyers serve as advisors
for the group. headed by Steve Gumbiner. presi-
ROW l: Steven Gumbiner. Pat Baxter. Karnese Cameron. james Mhton, ROW 2: Antoinette I0h1l5UH. Irene Duvall, Nancy
Gross, Margie Walsli.
The Interdorrn Queen, Miss Diane Iordan, and her court were presented at the Interdonn Dance
Lots of fun and refreshments were had by all at the Interdorrn Dance.
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Interdorm Presidents' Council
Menihers oi' the Council work out last tninute details for
the Big Ten Residence Halls Conference.
The six dormitory presidents at SUI, forming
the lnterdorm Presidents Council, are advisors to
the separate halls and divisions within the dormi-
Aiding the Council are the lnterdorm Social
Board and the lnterdorm Public Relations Board.
Together they organize social activities. such as
exchanges between the dormitories, and solve the
day-to-day problems in dormitory living.
The goal of each housing unit is the attainment
ol a plaque awarded to the group with the highest
The students are immediately informed ol the
opportunities in dormitory living at the beginning
of the year. At the Union Open I-louse thc asso-
ciation sponsors a booth, where students are cn-
couraged to participate together in cooperative
ROW l: Mary jane Cotter, lane Morrissey, Sharon Thomas, Iudith Pederson, Janet Moore. ROW 2: Douglas Zahn, Ronald
Wendt. Mary Ann johnson, Larry Crain.
Alpha Kappa Psi
The Union was host to the Alpha Kappa Psi convention.
Alpha Kappa Psi. national professional business
fraternity, is directly concerned with the promo-
tion of business as a profession. and thus it is in-
volved with all of the major areas of business:
accounting. labor and management, economies,
marketing, ofiice management and general business.
The regular meetings of the fraternity during
the i963-64 school year were enhanced by the
professional meetings at which guest lecturers from
various business-related fields provided the mem-
bers with information and practical experiences.
Officers of Alpha Kappa Psi during the past year
included Dennis Oldorf, president. lvan Hassel-
busen. vice-president: james Huber. secretaryg and
Bruce Beren. treasurer. Advisor was Prof. Max
ROW l: W. Corey, I. Huber. R. Winn. D. Oldorf, l. Hasselbuseli, B. Beren, B. Baack. L. Biagioni. ROW 2: E. Wfhitmire
I. Ruby. W. McCormick. l.. Dittmer. H. Alter, R. Pankey, R. Miller. ROVV fl: R. Peal, T. Stroope. S. Cook. A. Wheeler. R
Bruning. D. Gosse. ROVV 4: D. Finlcen, K. Creech. R. Mc-l.ane, E. Ivory, VV. Schwarz. M. Needles. P. Buchanan. A. Ulcamura
ROW 5: I. Russell, D. Pfeiler. S. Arneson. L. Raasch, R. Blunek, R. lngwersen, D. Levsen.
ROW l: D. Steele, I. Burke, C. Ressler, A. Rommel, I. Kuehl, S. Keller, D. Ridenour. ROW 2: H. Ostendorf, M. Pankey,
D. Cosse, M. Thede, R. Wernick, D. Golik. ROW 3: S, Wilkinson, L. Gasho, D. Beck, E. Zuber, P. Senatra. ROW 4: S.
Seime, R. Draper, A. Seagren, I. Robshaw, G. Grovert, D. Davis.
Beta Alpha Psi
Beta Alpha Psi, honorary accounting fraternity, pledges on Held trips to accounting firms. Ac-
requires for membership an accumulated grade counting and its many occupational possibilities
point of 2.5 and a 3.0 average in accounting. were the top choices of guest speakers featured at
During the year the active members joined the dinner meetings. President was Melvin Pankey.
Delta Sigma P1
Delta Sigma Pi, a professional fraternity organ- Officers included Patrick Reynolds, president,
ized to foster the study of business, Works to pro- Dave Wilkinson and William Holtz, vice-presi-
mote closer relations between the commercial dentsg James Bottomley, secretary, and Dallas
World and students of commerce. Epsilon chapter Hogan, treasurer.
was organized at SUI in l92O.
ROW l: M. Drain, R. Wernick, I. Bottomley, D. Hogan, W. Holtz, D. Wilkinson, P. Reynolds, C. Farrar, L. Pearce. ROW 2:
L. Howe, D. Simmons, I. Burke, L. Gasho, G. Wright, W. Burnett, R. McKnight, I. Lester. ROW 3: D. Boland, I. Spangler,
I. Matson, W, Stoneburg, I, Dory, L. Pleggenkuhle, G. Klein, P. Murphy. ROW 4: R, Langlas, C. Ionas, P. Pisher, D. Reeves,
C. Stock, M. Thede, D. Colik. ROW 5: K. Miller, I. Furgason, D. Dvorsky, P. Senatra, D. DeKock, R. Spain, I. Beck.
Collegiate Chamber of Commerce
Tickets are sold early iior the annual Careers Conference.
SUl's chapter ol the Collegiate Chamber of
Commerce is part ol a similar national organiza-
tion. Membership is open to students in the Col-
lege ol' Business Administration.
One of the best known projects ol the SUI group
is the annually sponsored Careers Conlerenee held
during February. This assembly of businessmen
lrom major eompanies throughout the United
States is presented lor any interested student re-
gardless ol' his elassilieation. The Careers Confer-
enee helps underelassnien beeome acquainted with
the many possibilities open to them within the
husiness world. and provides upperelassmen with
speeihe knowledge eoneerning their vocational
Walt Corey presided over Chamber meetings
during the year. The other oflieers were Steve
Coob. viee-president: Carol Naehaxel, seeretaryg
and Terry Walters, treasurer.
ROW li Stephen Cook, Terry Walters, Walter Corey, Carol Nat-hazel, Charles Stoek. ROW 2: David Wilkinson, Robert
Winn, larry Uittmer, Arnold Wheeler, James Burke, Charles Jonas.
RCVUW l: Barbara Brinton, Ioyce DeVilall, Marjorie Friedl. Diane Hatch, Kay Hofmann, Marilyn Iahn. ROW 2: Stephanie
Johnson, Iudy Kuehl, Carolyn Kuhr, lean Langesen, Linda Niebaum, Cheryl Povvell. RCVJW 3: Betty Ray, Barb Roden, Kathy
Smith. Gloria Stange, Terry Vx'alters, Doris WEllC1'l1OLLS6, lane Westxi'icl4.
Phi Gamma u
Phi Gamma Nu, professional sorority open to
Women With business administration majors and
an accumulative grade point ol' 2.0. promotes
achievement in. business and furthers a high
standard of commercial ethics.
Meetings featuring guest speakers were part ol
the group's activities. Miss Helen Eames from the
SUI Placement Bureau and Professor Harlow. fac-
ulty adviser to AIESEC both spoke to the group.
Social functions included a Christmas party.
Motheris Day tea, spring picnic, and an exchange ,gg
meeting and dinner with the Phi Gamma Nu H2235
chapter from Drake University.
Officers of Phi Gamma Nu Were: Doris WatC1'-
house, presidentg Carol Nachazel, vice-president: 1 XX
Delores Chenovvith, secrctaryg Barb Brinton. treas- X F
urerg Marilyn Iahn. scribe.
Members of the executive council get together early to plan
agenda for the next meeting.
ROW l: C. Wheeler. M. Weinzweig, T. McCahill, D. Simmons, I. Beck, A. Okamura, I. Lehman. ROW 2: S. Kent, D.
Marshall. I. Beretta. M. Stoddard. C. Whitnable, D, Finken, D. White, R. Pankey. ROW 3: B. Weber, I. Welk, R. Young,
D, Cover, D. Ask. D. Wilkinson. 1. Cribbs. ROW 4: D, Koberg, D. Chapman, D. Swan, D. Ioyce, I. Cole, D. Virtue, I. Powell.
Student Marketing Club
Student Marketing Association. student branch ers and tours of noted business firms, SMA busily
of the American Marketing Association, encour- promoted the image of a rejuvenated organization.
ages SUlowans and helps them gain experience in OH1icers of the SUI chapter of SMA were Dave
the marketing field. While featuring guest speak- Simmons. lohn Beck and Tonia McCahill.
P' Lambda Theta
Pi Lambda Theta. honorary and professional tion. To be eligible lor Pi Lambda Theta member-
association for women in education. was organized ship. Women must have a 3.0 in general courses
at SUI in l9l9. Membership is open to under- and in courses offered by the College of Education,
graduate. graduate, and faculty women in educa- and a minimum ol six hours in education courses.
ROVV l: Dixie Hilderbrand. Ioan Gunning. lean Ekiss. ROVV 2: Beatrice lfurner. Cammy Repass. Louise Beltramo, Linda
Kubicek. Stephanie lohnson, Ioan Tillotson. ROW 3: Anna Mougin. Linda Rebec, Marianne Brunst. Lola Challant. Carolyn
Rabe. Ann Green. Ieanne Kron. Rosalind Engel. Phyllis Ludwig. Sondra Iaekson.
ROW l: K. Cottrell, A. Mosher, P. Beckford, C. Mong, K. Gray, C. Bokorney, S. Evans, M. Patterson, I. Peelen, K. Champlin
M. Bywater. ROW 2: B. Dvorak, I. Grund, K. Wilson, I, Boyle, B. Fangman, B. Dearn, P. O,Toole, M. Goebel. I. Frei, P
Meier, M. Mabie, R. McKenna, S. Harms, M. Mitchell, S. Sehmickle. ROW 3: A. Wescoat, K. Kushner, Iane Morrissey, P
Smith, M. Christ, I. Bright, M. Rielce, D. Morrison, K. Hildreth, S. Garner, G. Cerken, I. Lloyd, P, Behm, H. Hann, B. Peves-
torf, B. Aldrich. ROW 4: D, Donaldson, P, Ellsworth, S. Mitchell, Iean Morrissey, A. Lucke, P. Baxter, M. Iohnson, I. Ioines
H. Schlatter, D. Banwart, I.. Lupton, L. Hohenshell, B. Mt-Cohan, ROW 5: I.. Bowen, K. Miller, W. Shemian, L. Peterson
D. Cheeks, D. Herren, W. Mays, I. Scott, P. Parrott, I. DeI.att, I. Patterson, I. Rittgers, V. Arnold.
Student NEA-ISEA, the SUI student branch of
the National Education Association and the Iowa
State Education Association, annually sponsors a
Prospective Teacher's Day every fall on the SUI
campus. The conference helps to acquaint high
school seniors with the teacher education program
offered hy SUI's College of Education.
Other NEA activities during the past year in-
cluded panel discussions, state and national con-
ventions and mock job interviews. The group also
utilized the NEA journal and Iowa Midland
Schools in chapter meetings.
Student NEA-ISEA officers for the year were
Carol Bokorney, presidentg Kari Gray, vice-presi-
dent, Sue Evans, secretary, and Marie Patterson, I
treasurer. Dr. Iack Bagford was faculty advisor to
the l42 prospective teachers. A
Susan Evans, Karen Cray, Carol Bokorney, Marie Patter-son
Delta Sigma Delta
The Delta Sigs have a small lalv of their ovxn.
Delta Sigma Delta, professional dental frater-
nity, strives to keep high the standards of dentistry
hy instilling a spirit ol fraternal cooperation in the
minds ol dental students. These aims are in part
obtained hy studying and working together and
participating in dental clinics throughout the year.
Spending all day in class and late hours in the
lab prompted the Delta Sigs to have several social
functions this year. including a Homecoming
dance. Christmas dinner-dance. post New Years
party and senior banquet. The service project lor
the year consisted ol showing vveekly movies to
invalids at the Veterans Hospital.
Delta Sig officers were Donald Loomis. presi-
dentg lay Svvartxvvalter. vice-presidentg VVayne
Hammer. seeretaryg and Dale lansen. treasurer.
ROW l: D. Bodell. C. Holman. I. Svvartzxvelter. D. Vtfilson. W. Hammer, I. Purdie. M. Olson. ll. Hershey, K, Bruce, E. Smith.
ROW 2: T. Hoot. D. Carsh, I. Satterlee, I. Duro, D. Struln, P. Appel, W, Chadima, T. Cound, l.. Dedie, C. Storhy. ROW 3:
I. Lofgren, I. Rosenberger. K. Walesh. I. Harrsell. R. Falla. C. Iungmann. M. Erickson, I, Wrills. K, Burrows. M. Ratlilaf, B.
Clemons. ROVV 4: R. VVay, H, johnson, l.. lVlcCray, G, lfingert, T. Asareh, Cooper, D. Weis. P. l.axsen, M. McLaughlin,
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ROVV l: ll. OIL-sen, R. Niglningale. S. Sovhreu. D. lumen. ll lxlfblflli. VV. Cups-land. Cl. VVilliams. D, Uutz. D. Bea-li. I. Mc'-
Clloskey. ROVV 2: F. Time. Cl. Ritsfm, ID. Blevins. YV. Sticlwvll. B. Czlmplwll. P. Bfillly. D. Svhmdy. U. Bierie. ll, "I'ved1e. F.
,Iac-kson. ROVV '51 C. Slorlwy. I. Clumlerxon, A. Haxick, l, :Xm'c-ll, P, Baldxxin. D. llmw, K, Vv'iller. G. Black, VV. Sample. Nl.
Krc-clams. ROVV -lg 1. Beuylp, T. Shurples. T. Kullbmm. U, lqlblllilllilll, D. DOVWU, Nl. jepsen. Nl. llillmzm, T. xy2lSliOXX', WV, Owen,
I. Wells, P. Abrahamsfm. R. Slfmer.
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The Psi Os always try to have the latest issue ol the Den
Association Ionrnal on hand.
Established in l906 as the original dental fra-
ternity on the SUI eampus, Psi Omega offers
membership to all freshmen in dentistry.
One of the foremost aims of Psi Omega is to
instill a professional attitude among its members
and to maintain this attitude among the dental
alumni. The Psi Os, working together with the
College of Dentistry, provide professional table
clinics during chapter meetings at which guest
lecturers and alumni preside.
At the present time the Psi Os are contemplating
the purchase of a new fraternity house due to the
rapid growth in membership, Howard Dedmon
presided over Psi Omega meetings during the past
year. Other oflieers were lim Thateher, vice-
presidentg Ron King. seeretaryg and Phil Kofron.
ROW l: R. Hynes, G. Quast, M. Keteharn, S. Muinmev, P. Kofron, H. Dedmon, I. Thatcher, F. Borden, I. Barlow, R. Landau.
ROW 2: I. Kilfoil. D. Rose. T. Sruin, R. Iohnson, P. Grimm. D. King, P, MeClertahan, B, Mauer, L. Dunseombe, C. Rowley,
E. Parmkuk. ROW 3: R. King, R, Christensen. D. Camp, N. Workman, R. Golly, E, Wolford, R. Galiher, R. Barney, W.
Buehholtz, L. Book, I, Kennedy. ROW 4: B. Trimble D. Idema, D. Brubaker, W. Benson, R. jenkins, I. Straumanis, H. Tjarks,
B. Stumbaugh, I. Sperry, O. Book, D. Beeehel.
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Associated Students of Engineering
The AS of E students put their talents to work on
Spring and fall of each year at SUI provide op-
portunity lor the Associated Students of Engineer-
ing to display their talents.
The Executive Council, composed of six engi-
neering students. functions to plan and supervise
construction of the traditional Homecoming mon'
ument. This yearis monument. 'iTop of the Cropf!
a giant ear of Iowa corn. was complete with a
revolving Herky. Names ol the Big Ten schools
were on the sides in flashing lights, simulating a
Once again MECCA Wetik, complete with
NIECCA Queen. blarney stone and beards, was
another success for the SUI engineers.
AS of E officers were Michael Boyd. presidentg
Leo Yanda, vice presidentg Bob Rudman, secretaryg
and Gordon Kingsley, treasurer. Faculty advisor
is Prof, Royce Beckett.
ROVV l: D. Foclerlaerg. R- VVill7anks. R. Richardson, M, Boy cl. D, Tubbs, I. Ashton, I. Thoreson, VV, Lang. ROVV 2: A.
Farber, G. Shelangoslci, VV. Zager, M. Wfolle. R, Frederick, Cl, Christiansen, I. Croshecla, Schwoh, II, Ioonsar. ROW fi: G.
Cialic, E. Huluka, R. Kress. D. Daniels, B. Bailey, M, Sterk, I, Scltatier, L, Yancla. ROXV 4: I. Stricklin, I. Ries, L. Swanson,
XV. Carsonxl3,NN1rwt1'e, lf. Barth, Ci. lfriencl. B. Gearhart. I, Frtz, ROXV 5: U, Kingsley, D. Lorenc, VV, Boardman, D. Bennett,
1. Hunter, Ci, lfisther. R. VVell4, Xl. Plautle. l.. Sheets.
ROW l: R. Richardson, E. Hubka. G. Christiansen, C. Kingsley. ROW 2: A. Farber, M. Wolfe, C. Shelangoski, W. Zager.
ROW 3: T. Kittlefman, I. Ertz, R. Wilbanks, V. Francis, D, Daniels. ROW 4: D. Clow, D. Powell, I. Schafer, M, Plaude.
The American Institute of Chemical Engineer-
ing acquaints its members with the opportunities
in the chemical engineering Field. Bi-monthly
meetings inform members by featuring speakers or
films. The SUI group hosted the annual meeting
of student chapters of AICE this spring.
Officers were Engene Hubka, president, Bob
Richardson, secretary-treasurer, George Christian-
Chi Epsilon, an honorary civil engineering fra-
ternity, considers only those men in the top third
of each class for membership. The group strives to
recognize the fundamental characteristics of the
successful civil engineer and then aid in the devel-
opment of those characteristics.
The fall ofhcers were: Frederick Moore, presi-
dent, Dan Tubbs, vice-president, Dennis Foder-
ROVV l: Iames Ashton, Dan Tubbs, Frederick Moore, Dennis Foderberg. ROW 2: James Croshcck, Russell Kross, Robert
Frederick, Bruce Bailey.
ROW l: I. Fuhrman, I. Bodey, D. Elliott, S. Clark, L. Kinney. ROW 2: D. Schaefer, S. Patel, R. Canfield, D. Hyde, I. Iansen
E. Hronik. ROW 3: I. Slaughter, R. Breuer, W. Iohnston, K. Kiefer, R. Fretwell, T. Patrick.
Eta Kappa Nu
Outstanding men are elected to Eta Kappa Nu
from students in the last two years ol baccalaure-
ate courses in electrical engineering. Group pro-
jects include striving to enhance the professional
status of the EE department and a formal banquet
Fall ofiicers Were: Dennis Elliott, president
Scott Clark, vice-presidentg Steve Cuerdet, secre-
tary, Al Fish, treasurer.
Pi Tau Sigma
Pi Tau Sigma encourages mechanical engineer-
ing students to attain high scholarship and add to
their professional status. The active members chose
new pledges each semester from seniors in the top
35 per cent of their class and from juniors in the
top 25 per cent.
Officers this year were: jim Ries, president
Cary Fischer, vice-president, Leon Yanda, secre-
tary, james Hunter, treasurer.
ROW l: William Boardman, I.eon Yanda, Iames Ries, Donald lorenc, Darel Bennet. ROW 2: Cary Fischer, Larry Swanson
Heikki Ioonsar, Marlyn Sterk, William Carson, Iames Hunter.
ROW l: T. Lee, B. Ketchum, R. Borglurn, R. Upham, C. Francis, R. Benson. ROW 2: M. Wolfe, L. Kraeht, E. Gerard,
R. Wubbena, G. Christiansen, B. Schmidt, I. Packwood, W. Deegan.
Iowa Transit, an engineering magazine with a
circulation of 1800, is published monthly during
the school year by students in the College of En-
gineering. lt is governed by a board of control
composed of four student olhcers and four faculty
Its objectives are: to give engineering students
experience in journalismg to give them, at the same
time, the chance to have their scholarly articles
and papers publishedg to inform Iowa high-school
students of engineering-especially engineering at
SUIQ and to inform students in the College of En-
gineering of news in the engineering fields and in
Student oflicers this year were: Ron Upham,
editorg Rich Borglum, general managerg George
Christiansen, business managerg Ron Benson,
Another edition of the Transit is in the making.
ROW l: T. MeClimon. Thoreson. Ashton. R. Riehardson, H. Ioonsar, L. Yanda. I. Crosheek, M. Boyd. ROW 2: A.
Farber, Ertz. W. Zager. S. Bailey. G. Shelangoski, E. Gerard, I. Rattenborg. Khatibi. G. Hery, ROW 3: F. Barth. L.
Sheets, B. Gearhart, Sterk. R. Rudman, D. Tubbs. F. Moore, S, Schroeder. ROW 4: R. Greenlee. R. Wilbanks, W. Koellner.
D, Topinka. W. Schmidt. I. Sehwob. Strein. ROW 5: C. Christiansen. I. MeSwiggin. P, Cillespie. Hunter. R. Borgluni.
C. Fischer. S. Tiernan. Bodey. B. Bailey. D. Mitehell.
Theta Tau is a national professional engineer-
ing lraternity. lVlembership is limited to 50 stu-
dents in the College of Engineering or Working lor
a combined degree in liberal arts and engineering.
Theta Tau develops the professionalism ol the
Scholarship. the primary pre-requisite for mem-
bership in Tau Beta Ri. is encouraged by the
members who annually award the Outstanding
Freshman Award at the lVleeea Smoker. The mem-
bers also perlorm a service by conducting the lae-
undergraduate engineer by inspection trips to in-
dustrial plants and speakers at the monthly dinner
meetings. Heikki Ioonsar was president lor the fall
ulty evaluation in the College of Engineering.
Fall officers were: Bill Carson. presidentg jim
Crosheek. viee-presidentg lim Ries. seeretaryg Larry
ROW l: R. Richardson. D. Tubbs. I. Ries. W. Carson. I. Crosheek. D, Elliott, B. Bailey. ROVV 2: J. Hunter. I. Fuhrrnan.
I.. Kinney, S. Clark. Hronik. R, Ruiseh. I. Ashton. ROW 3: R. Oanlield, Bodey. H. Ioonsar.
ROW l: D. Hoy, R. Telcippe, D. Valentine, G. Shepard, P, Cltristianson, I. Boddicker. ROW 2: P. McComiiclt, D. Lappin,
H. Fotsch, E. Beane, C. Davis, D. Clemem. ROW 3: R. Bonnett, P. Burk, E. Brunk, I. Slavens, I. Hintermeister, P. Fitzsim-
mons. ROW 4: R. Ames, W. Buell, I, Hentzcl, I. Cleveland, N. Craven. ROW 5: R. Larsen, T. Hart, R. Niichel, V.
Delta Theta Phi
Delta Theta Phi develops a well-rounded law
student. To improve scholarship, advanced mem-
bers tutor freshmen. Social highlights are dinner-
dances and the Founders, Day Picnic. Speaker-
luncheons feature current law topics, and the men
participate in intra-murals.
Fall officers were: Dennis Valentine, president,
Stuart Huff, vice-president, lim Casey, sccretaryg
Paul Christensen, treasurer.
Iowa Student Bar Association
The Iowa Student Bar Association is the student and the summer picnic.
governing body of the Law School. Nine members,
including the officers, comprise the executive coun-
cil. The ISBA sponsors Law School activities in-
cluding: Advocate Cnewspaperj, Barristers' Ball,
Officers this year were: Al Olsen, president, Bill
Woodward, vice-president, Marilyn Giltner, secre-
taryg Ned Miller, treasurer.
ROW l: Lehan Ryan, William Woodward, Ned Miller, Richard Vogel, ROW 2: Eugene Brunlc, John Lowther, Dale Furnish.
The long awaited study break!
Phi Delta Phi '
When law classes are over and studying is done,
the members of Phi Delta Phi, the largest law fra-
ternity at SUI, get together lor relaxation and the
change of pace that is necessary before starting to
study again with renewed enthusiasm and con-
Although studies are very important to all of the
Phids, they realize that a certain amount of revelry
has its place, too. Besides frequent and informal
bull-sessions, the organizationis group social activ-
ities each year regularly include two smokers, sev-
eral dinner-stags, and two formal dances. The
members also participate in various intramural
sports throughout the year.
Ofhecrs this fall included: Nolden Gentry, pres'
idcntg Iames P. Hayes, secrctaryg John Savvin,
treasurerg Iohn Wicks, social chairman.
ROW l: W. Olinger, R. Dumbaugh, L. Gutz, C. Larson, I. Linge, R. Shearer, B. Green, B. Tracy, H. Lawton, I. Meusy, L.
C annon. ROW 2: R. Konehar, R, Norris, I. Cronkhite, M. Knopf, H. Dickey, W. Dew, I. Sell, E. M. Carr, E. Check, C. Camp-
bell. ROW 3: I. Kallmer, E. Hood, T. Miltner, S. Page, M. Woelfler, L. Lillard, R. Ross, L. Seuferer, S. Hoth, M. Kanter. ROW
4 W. Grifhn, I. Ausberger, I, Sprague, I. Bush, W. Pratt, K, Kennedy, I. Kelley, I. Tomasek, T. Rice, E. Lewis, I. Blommers.
It takes two Phids just to hold this huge law volume.
ROW l: W. Olinger, I. Coonley, L, Ryan, I. Power, C. Gilfillan, M. Peterson, R. Doughty, R. Scott, I. Estes, A. Stopperan, T.
Finley, ROW 25 W, Claerhout, M. Martin. C. Stinard. D, Brownlee, R. Carlson. C. Krekel, I, Campbell, N, Manoclzeo, S,
Avery, P. White. ROW 35 D, Afleldt, I. Houar, K. Borehart, C. Coulter, F. Iacobberger. D. Furnish, E. l. Bennett, l.. Theisen,
A. Goode. ROW 4: L, Dixon, R. Shors, D. Ehrhardt, A. HHVGTCHHID. R. Bauer, C. Ehrhardt. I. Shors, E. Copeland, R. Kreamer,
M. Colloton. ROW 5: R. Elrnquist, l.. Boeke, B. Peters, I. Sloan, I. Ewert, C. Pelton, R. Pitner, W. Barbee.
ROW l: A. Vallier, G. Rinden, R. McLeran, I. Lowther. VV. P. Cochran. ROW 2: I. Parden, R. Ottesen, D, Cook, I. Van
Werden, I. Baueh, W. VVooclwarcl, I. Larson. ROW 'Zz K. Seesser, IVlePeak, K. Clearwaters, R. VVilson, I. Filert. ROW 4:
K. Willcockson, I. Coats, D. Willeke. L. VValters. F. Sauer. S. Carter.
Phi Alpha Delta
Members of Phi Alpha Delta law fraternity and ness is mixed with pleasure when faculty members
their dates and wives enjoy several dinners each or members of the lowa Bar Association speak on
year. usually before such events as the Barristers' current legal problems, President of the Pad fraa
Ball and Foundation Frolic. At dinner stags. busi- ternity during i963-64 was Gerry Rinden.
Alpha Lambda Delta
Members of Alpha Lambda Delta, honorary membership requirements.
scholastic sorority for freshman women, promote During the year. the girls initiated their sponsor
high scholarship by sending letters to promising Miss Marguerite lknayan as an honorary member.
freshman women. telling them the general aims of President this year was Kathleen Farrell.
the organization and making them aware of the
ROW l: S. Graham, B. Schnede. S. Montgomery. K. Farrell, B. Smith, Nl. lltnayan. ROVV 2: S. Cortimiglia. C. Potter, N.
Boyd. M. McCabe. C. Cramer, P. Palmer, A. Brauer, 1. Fee. ROVV 3: R. Morrison, S. Blat-loner, P. Emerson. S, Evans, R. Dyas,
D. Dever. A. llaas, S. Batman. ROVV 4: li. Trummel, I. Jacobson, P. McNeil. S. VValsh, C. Ielfries. L. Cain. C, Holley, R.
Petersen. R. Sperry. ROW 5: M. Corson, L. Mast, G. Garlock, A. Fitzpatrick, S. White, I. Pease, M. Newcomer, S. Woods.
ROW l: C. Repass. D. Ziflren, D. Sloan, L. Krane, S. Brogan, S. Bauer, N. Bergsten. ROW 2: C. Hyman, B. Nuttall, R
Klahn, I. Stevens, C. Fischgmnd, R. Van Roekel, I. Caisley. ROW 3: M. Bywater, C. Rabe, M. Shrader, C. Ingraham, I
Gunning, S. Hunter, B. Derr, C. Maxwell, A. Howard.
The SUI chapter of Mortar Board, an organiza-
tion honoring outstanding Women students, hosted
the sectional meeting of Mortar Board chapter rep-
resentatives on campus in December. The guest
speaker was Miss Louise Barthold, a staff specialist
in personnel practices for the GE Company. Her
talk, "Make No Small Plans," discussed the place
of the educated woman in society and business
New this spring, the girls, service project was a
booklist of recommended reading lor liberal arts
undergraduates, prepared in conjunction with se-
leeted liberal arts professors in almost every de-
Ofhcers this year Were: Linda Krane, president,
Doris jean Sloan, Vice-presidentg Nancy Bergsten,
treasurerg Sara Brogan, sceretaryg Sharon Bauer,
historiang Debbie Ziffren, reporter.
A Mortar Board meeting in session
micron Delta Kappa
ODK members meet with Dean Huit.
Omicron Delta Kappa, national leadership
honor society for men, is an organization Whose
members have collectively distinguished themselves
in scholarship, athletics, student government, social
and religious ailfairs, publications, speech, music,
and the other arts.
This active honorary society is best known for
sponsoring "Dad,s Day" week-end activities with
the Dad's Association. lt recognizes men who have
attained high efficiency in college activities and
inspires others to bring together the most repre-
sentative men of all phases of college life, and
brings together members of the faculty and stu-
dent body on a basis of mutual interest and un-
Oiiieers this year were: Mike Carr. president,
Larry Prybil, vice-presidentg Charles Dick secre-
tary, Iefl Pill, treasurer.
ROW l: C. Dick, I.. Prybil, M. Carr, I. Ashton, S. Webb. ROW 2: L. Kinney, D. Axeen, D. Wilken, D. Samuelson, R. Gitchell,
I. Bennett, B. Clemons, R. Christensen. ROW 3: I. Kinnamon, S. Page, W. Barbee, M. Graham, C. Krekel, R. Michaelsen,
ROW l: Iohn McKee, Steve Drish, Phil Reisetter, Ron Downey. ROW 2: Stephen Wollcen, Ralph Bohlin, Mike Kennett,
Phi Eta Sigma
Phi Eta Sigma, a freshman honorary scholastic were initiated.
fraternity, traditionally distributes 'il-low to Study' Officers this year were: Ralph Bohlin, presidentg
booklets during fall registration at the fieldhouse. David Mason, vice-presidentg David Bakken, sec-
During the spring, at a joint banquet with the retaryg Iohn McKee, treasurer.
members of Alpha Lambda Delta, new members
Phi Alpha Mu
Phi Alpha Mu is an honorary fraternity which The fraternity honors the high scholarship that
has no formal organization. It is open to socially its members obtain and it helps them prepare to
aliiliated college men who have obtained a mini- give academic aid to their own social fraternities
mum 3.6 grade point average after 60 credit hours and to improve fraternity scholarship.
of college Work.
ROW l: Martin Schaeferle, Stephen Wolken, Carl Fackler. ROW 2: Bob Gitchell, Stan Verhoeven, Dave Axeen.
ROW 1: I. Douthitt. G. Coker, D. Casady, I. Little, G. Thompson, I. Gonnan. D. Vokolek. ROW 2: R. Sprague, O. Holyoak,
R. Schild, C. Ekstrom. T. Colgate, K. Finanger. D. Leslie. ROW 3: W. Hess, T. Mullen. R. Kerr, R. Gebhard. A. Buntrock,
T. Smith, E. Burhardt. ROVV 4: D. Rith. R. Berry, S. Reinking, K. Dains, D. Andreason. H. Ostrander, D. Bergert, R. Libby.
Phi Epsilon Kappa
Phi Epsilon Kappa. a national professional fra- meeting of each month consists of a program fea-
ternity for male students and teachers of health. turing speakers including University coaches,f1lms,
physical education. and recreation sponsors Recre- and demonstrations. President this year was Glen
ation Night of Orientation Week, Thompson,
The members meet bi-monthly. and the second
Sigma Alpha Eta
ln Sigma Alpha Eta. the fraternity for speech In programs. which try to expand on class work.
pathology and audiology majors. majors in the the members listened to panels of faculty members,
Department are associate members, and anyone and saw a guest demonstration on C'Hearing Ther-
else interested in the licld can be an aiiiliate mem- apy for Children." President this year was Ann
ROW l: Cesas. C. Dahlquist. P. Reading. P. Coodhue. R. Conwishcr. H. Brisbin, S. Koehler. ROVV 2: D. Albert. 1. Smith,
I. Taylor. V. Cladhill, l.. Hugh, B. Hugelnian. Nl. Cotter, M. Gustafson. ROW 3: C. Maxwell. K. Hedberg. R. Tarara, M.
Graham, R. Johnson. A. Cuildner. C. Fisher. advisor.
ROW l: Dr. Adeline Hoffman fadvisorj, Linda Kautz, Sue Garner, Carolyn Mueller, Barbara Britton. ROW 2: Evelyn
Cookscy, Marilyn Schnittjer, Ieanette Armstrong.
Phi Upsilon Omicron
Phi Upsilon Omicron, an honorary professional
organization for Women in home economics, was
organized at SUI in March of 1963 to promote
and further the study of home economics. Women
must be in the upper 40 per cent of their class to
be considered for membership. Other criteria are
included for election to membership by the Alpha
Officers were Sue Garner, Linda Kautz, Carolyn
Murlleur, and Grace Young. Faculty advisors are
Dr. Adeline Hoffman and Mrs. Evelyn Cooksey.
Omicron Nu, honorary home economics sorority,
promotes research and scholarship in home eco-
nomics and related areas, such as nutrition.
Although scholastically qualified juniors and
seniors are eligible for membership, the members
are mostly graduate students and faculty members,
the co-ordinating cabinet of the Home Economics
Department. President this year was Shirlee Simp-
ROW l: A. Gormican, S. Schwictert. S. Simpson, I. Armstrong, I. Friesema, P. Hull. ROW 2: M. Ohlson, K. Kopf, M. Parsons,
M. Osborn, E. Cooksey, I. Welch, E. Good, A. Marteney, M. Lawler, S. Garner.
Sigma Delta Chi
The members of Sigma Delta Chi, national pro-
fessional journalism society for men, sponsored a
dinner this spring, featuring as the speaker Mr.
Ted Koup. a viee-president of CBS, in charge of
The members of Gamma Alpha Chi, an organ-
ization ol Women in advertising and related lields.
attended a Christmas party at the home ol their
sponsor, Professor Ellis Newsome.
At their meetings, the girls hear from speakers
News in VVashington, D.C. Mr. Koup, a graduate
ol' SUI and a former Daily Iowan editor, is eur-
rently the national president ol Sigma Delta Chi.
loe Lippincott served as local president this year.
who are professors and professionals in the pub-
lishing and advertising lields. They also toured
a newspaper plant. this spring. President this year
was Ellie Liseher.
LEFT TO RICHT: Carla Schumann, Cynthia Tripp, Nadine Godwin, Ellie l.isehe1', Marilee Teegen, Beverly Beeker, linda
ROVV l: I.. Langerud, E. McCarter, I. Dietz. D. Rembolt, C. Vtfalker, S. Dorn, l.. Van Dyke, ROW 2: j. Iames, C. Dockstader,
I. Wisliart, B. Nuttall, K. Cohen, N. Feltus, I, Sanden, l.. Gates, C. llass.
Student Occupational Therapy Association
Guest speakers and visits to clinics provided
practical experience for the Student Occupational
Therapy Association members this year. Money
was raised by club personnel through the sale of
craft projects to carry on the plans of the organiza-
The aims of Alpha Phi Omega are to provide
service to the campus, community, the members
themselves, the fraternity, and the nation. The
group also strives to develop leadership through
service. Anyone expressing a desire to serve, has
tion. The club's traditional projects are the spon-
soring of the Iohnson County Home Christmas
party and a banquet given by the juniors in honor
of the seniors.
satisfactory scholarship and a past or present af-
filiation vvith the Boy Scouts of America is eligible
to join. Serving as president this year Was Larry
ROW l: Verne Mt'Clurg. larry Bailey, Edward Koe, Iohn French. ROW 2: lvon Harris, Ierry Thatcher, Dale Bentz, Kerry
Alberti, Dennis Vokolek.
ROW l: D. Bahniclc. D. Berge, R. Nylund, M. Maynard, I. Wagenkneeht, l.. Kehoe. D. Piehl, F. Arnold. ROW 2: G. Hemp-
hill, F. Herkes, R. Sung, O. Carter, B. Studnieka. I. McCarten, I. lung, I. Greenwald, D. Whitehurst, T. Wilkinson. ROW 3:
W. Duax, R. Antrim, I. Vtfilliamson, S. Tsung-yuan, Roger Steiger. L. Davis. I, Stovvell, Ronald Steiger, 'l'. Lee.
Alpha Chi Sigma
The members of Alpha Chi Sigma, professional
chemistry fraternity. make available tours of the
Chemistry building, and also arrange for displays
in the building. One ol' the few professional or-
ganizations to have a house lfor its members. who
are mostly graduate students, their new house will
be ready for occupancy this fall. Presiding over
the Weekly meetings this year was Iohn VVagen-
Phi Lambda Upsilon
Phi Lambda Upsilon is a national honorary
society for chemists. chemical engineers and bio-
chemists, Upsilon chapter. established in l925,
annually presents two awards to undergraduates
in chemistry for academic achievement. Present
membership includes 22 faculty members and 44
students. Officers for the year Were: Ron Dfstcad,
Iohn Mcffarten, Duayne Whitehurst and Rod
Sung. Advisor was Dr. R. D. Campbell.
ROVV l: ll Bahniek. R. Nylund. I. McCarten, D. VVhitehurst, R. Sung, R. Olstead. I. Wagenlcneeht. ROW 2: M. Maynard,
D. Berge, O. Carter, B, Studnieka, I. Stowell, T, Wilkinson. ROW 3: Williamson, C, Fields, R. Steiger, F. Arnold, S. Hwang.
ROW l: L. Hiler, L. VandeCarde, I. Tinklenberg, I. Egan, F. Hahn, I. Walker, I. Hill. ROW 2: D. Schmickley, R. Maharry,
R. Fox, R. Schurtz, I. Carr, R. Osborn, R. Dimond, K. Stewart.
Medical Student Council
The representation of all medical students and
the expression of their interests and ideas is the
most important function of the Student American
Medical Association, and most of the Work of this
group is directed towards this ideal. Activities in-
cluded handling the activities of the med school
and maintaining the student lounge. President of
the group was Iohn Edison.
At the beginning of the senior year, all medical
technology students are enrolled in a 12-month
period of hospital training. Clinical laboratory
Work including lectures, discussions and 40 hours
of actual lab work a Week is undertaken. The
med techs are then graduated with B.A. degrees
with majors in general science from the College of
Liberal Arts. Advisor for the group is W. A. Cox.
ROW l: Ellen Dow, Marcia Loyd, Linda Thompson, Reba Sakata, Helen Zieser. ROW 2: Lois Cook, Marita Wood, Carol
Hickerson, lane Gearman, Glenna Fry, Barbara Cincione.
Alpha Kappa Kappa
The Aliliis study a little anatomy.
Association with others who are assuming the
new role of a med student is one of the primary
benefits that a med school freshman gains from
Alpha Kappa Kappa, one of SUl's four medical
AKK strives to oller each member good hous-
ing. study aids and lun. Discussions, group lcarnf
ing and guidance from upper elassmen are all a
part ol AKK study aids for pledges, The fall ham-
burger fry, post footbal game dances, Homecoming
party. Christmas party and spring picnic are the
nucleus of the AKK social life.
Other social events are the VVives' Club party.
the famous "Kadaver Kapersv and the annual
Aeseulapian Frolic party. Leading the AKK's for
the year were Iohn Crowell. Ross Madden. Icll
Reinhard and Dick VVaterbury.
ROVV l: R. 1. johnson. I. llill. R. Guthrie, D. Abrams, l, Davey. I. Crowell, I. McDonald, G. Van Roekel, R. Flielcinger,
Vkfalker. ROVV 2: T. Mt-Garvey. R. Cruinley. l.. Pane. S. Vlleinherg, C. Filipi, D. Bell, D. Phelps, A. Balanoll, I. Blakely, D.
Beisner, ROVV '31 D. Vlfpilw. A. Pet-haeek, R. Sehurtz. B. Reimers. R. Miller. I. Iochims. 1, Cross, D, Txveito, I., Schimmel.
I. Tinklenberg. ROW -iz I. Ferstcnleld. V. Vtfilson. B. Gitehell, I, VVinner. R. T. Brown. D. Stearns, D. VVall, G. Harris, L.
Vandeflarde. R, Madden. V. Ritznian, R. Thompson.
ROW l: I. Burke, G. Tweed, H. Lubin, B. Kennedy, D. Steffen, I. Hart, D. Roth, R. Cardelli, R. Swartling, R. Fox. G. Lee.
ROW 2: I. White, I. Lindholm, R. Dimond, I. Hoepner, N. Fiet. I. Carr, G. Martinez, D. Silver, R. Rehmann, D. Ferguson.
ROW 3: N. Svendsen, E. Laing, I, Wanken, R. Hiszczynslcyj, D. Till, D. McGregor, I. Lane, K. Stewart, B. Burgfechtel, F.
Bockenstedt, D. Bailey. ROW 4: C. Iulius, L. Hiler, L. Lantis, D. Kay, R. Kraus, C. Moore, I. Finnegan, A. Heng, T. Allen,
S. Vanourny. ROW 5: I. Sehlieher, I. Ziska, I. Nizolek, T. Hesselmann, M. Iones, D. Burke, M. Croxdale, E. Coli, D. Abel,
M. Ochs, D, Hanssmann.
u Sigma u
Nu Sigma Nu, one of the four medical fratern-
ities on the SUI campus, is directly concerned
with helping the medical student, and especially
the freshman, assume an attitude of good pro-
fessional eonduct which will carry over into his
professional life after his completion of medical
The Nu Sigs have the distinction of being the
oldest national medical fraternity, and throughout V.
the year, the founding ideals of the fraternity
were observed by the men. Not only did they e.Ii
study diligently toward the coveted lVl.D. degree. L
but they also enjoyed many social events, inelud- .
ing the Christmas party and the quarterly parties.
Leading the Nu Sigs were Dennis Steffen, presi-
dent, Brian Kennedy, vice president, Dave Plotli,
secretary, and Hal Lubin, treasurer.
Everyone knows med students never study anyway
Phi Beta Pi
The promotion of the advancement of the med-
ical sciences, encouragement of scholarship in the
profession and provision of fraternal fellowship-
these are the components of the three-fold purpose
of Phi Beta Pi, national medical fraternity.
With a newly remodeled kitchen and living
room, the Phi Bete house has assumed a new look,
and the fraternity is continuing with plans for
more remodeling in the near future. Activities of
Pi chapter for the past year included the quarter-
ly parties. guest speakers, post football game din-
ners and last, but not least. the Phi Bete chorus.
Officers of the fraternity for the l963-64 school
year were: Fredrick Asmussen, president, Curtis
Groote. vice president, Robert Osborn. secretary:
and Patrick Donlon, treasurer.
Cood lun at another Phi Bete party.
ROW l: I. Henry, B. Wilt-ox, l.. Dunham, I. lsobe, R. Osborn, F. Asmussen, P. Donlon, B. Cameron, I. Beck, W. McGregor,
I. Westra, R. Kilzer. ROW 2: Gardner, I. Coellner, M. Clazer, Cooper, D. Wilken, T. Hughes, Kimball, Murphy,
F. Hahn, I. Shalley, B. Roseman, I. Ullman, K. Petersen, A. Kushner. ROW 3: W. Bruns, H. Simons, G. Cohen, I. Young,
I. Landhuis, I. McConkie, I. Hoover, I. Richmond, I. Ceisinger, R. Cram, K. Cheek, D. Kundel, T. Gaarder. ROW 4: K. Iohn-
son, A. Fraser, D. Hudgel, C. Beitdixen, T. Thurman, K. Iensen, C. Iones, D. Schrunk, I. Bardole, I. Brindley, ROW 5: W.
Gorbunoff, l.. llinhorn, R. Fowler, VV. Brown, W. Shipley, D. Holt, D. Schmiekley, C. Kruse. ROW 6: K. Aldinger, E. Swenson
T. Wilson, R. Miller, B. Bosveld. B. Vickerman, H. Pratt, S. Massick, F. Dick, T. Artz.
ROW l: R. Bergstrom, D. Tesdall, K. Fox, I. Hashrook, I. Whelan, D. Levine. ROW 2: I. Brunherg, L. Gearhart, R. Frus,
R. Mahoney. R. Paeanowski, A. Chang, W. Tygett. ROW 3: I. Beamer, D. Decker, C. Lyford, R. Nervig, R. Kellogg, D. Rater.
ROW 4: I. Stanley. R. Maharry, I. Madden. D. Bulloek, H. Smith, R. Crooters.
Phi Rho Sigma
Phi Rho Sigma, national medical fraternity,
aims to promote good lellowship, to encourage a
high standard of professional work and to assist
in the advancement of its members. The medical
fraternity not only encourages scholarship, but
also has many activities.
The Homecoming party, the Christmas iireside
party and the uHeaven and Hell" party were high'
lights of the past year. Monthly smokers were
held at which time guest lectures were heard. The
group also participated in the major intramural
sports offered hy the University. The Phi R110
Sigma Wix'es, Club is also a very active part ol
Oliicers for the past year were: Don Tesdall.
president, Ron Kellogg, vice presidentg Iohn Has-
brook. secretary. and Karl Fox, treasurer.
The Phi Rhog mix 3 little fun with their studie
P I Q
ROW l: I.. Knopp, M. Rocker, l,. Franks, R. Holtorf, M. Anderson. S. Snodgrass, L. Ruther. ROW 2: B. Born, L. Viering,
S. Marlow, M. Asbury. M. Fuller, K. Kinney. M. Halvorson. ROW 3: L. Iosten. M. Staclel, S. Ilelnstock, P. Yanda, B. Becker,
C. Hostetier, K. Hutchinson, I. Hansen, D. Porter.
General Nursing Students Association
Organized for the purpose of lending guidance,
support and fellowship to all its members, the
General Nursing Students, Association helps the
student nurse to identify more readily with the
Similar to the Student Nurses, Organization,
the Practical Nursing Student Association was or-
ganized to meet the new needs of SUISS practical
nursing students. Organized last year, the group
SUI College of Nursing, and to keep abreast of
the latest happenings in the profession. Member-
ship is open to all registered nurses in the SUI
College of Nursing. President was Ruth Holtorf.
meets once a month and holds many social and
informal events throughout the year. President of
the organization was Bonnie Charnoski.
ROW l: E. Packer, K. Koepniek, I. Nielsen, I. Kasemeier, R. Wolcott, P. Clausen. ROW 2: N. Beranek, L. Spangler, D. Van
Maasdam, S. Bloomberg, M. Wiskus, V. Hook, K. O'Hollearn, Ioyce Brown, Joanne Brown. ROW 3: M. Miller, S. Evans,
M. Mickelson, V. Wille, A. Levin, E. Holton, B. Charnoski. ROW 4: M. Brenneman, S. Zimmerman, K. Peeples, F. Szemkus.
ROW 5: 1. Dukek, I. Ditch. C. Wears, M. Svvitz, I. Hatcher, A. Tietz, K. Capps, A. Rozenboom.
ROW l: G. Smith, S. Sielken. l.. Farroh, C. L. Spicer, R. Hanson. D. M. Tr-hing. K. El1S5lClf1f1l'df- ROVV 2: P. Orr, NT. K. Rule,
B. Pieper, C. Stroeher. Niclcleson, I. Cozine, P. Wignall. S. Penningroth. ROW 3: M. A. Ver Steeg, C. Iordan, I. Bohhinhouse,
K. Lorimer, S. Good, R. Nelson. K. Morgan, V. VVynes. J. l.ane.
Sigma Theta Tau
The fostering of creative work and emphasizing
the scientific research aspects of the nursing pro-
fession are the dual purposes of Sigma Theta Tau,
the national honorary society for Women in nurs-
SNO, Student Nurses Organization, defines the
standards and ethics for the SUI College of Nurs-
ing. Organized in 1935, the executive council is
composed of the nursing class oFP1cers. The nurses
sponsor several events including the Winter carol-
ing. All of the groupjs activities are organized
and promoted to emphasize the importance of the
group and the responsibility it has to the nursing
ing party and the spring cider party.
SNO ofiicers were: Karen Iones, president,
Kathy McGee, vice-presidentg Martha Burton, sec-
retary. Mrs. Lorna Berens was the advisor.
ROW l: Gretchen Schultz, Martha Burton, Karen Iones, Kathy McGee, Marilyn Lindholm. ROW 2: Mary Io Schaetzel,
Ginnie Meier, Pam Nesler, Lindsay Arthur, Eileen Hohf, Debra Rohling.
V' Hi22 i.Yn...'lZ2 " WM '
American Pharmaceutical Association
Plant research is carried out in the new pharmacy greenhouse.
The members of the student branch of the
American Pharmaceutical Association are all stu-
dents enrolled in pharmacy at SUI. The profes-
sional activities oi the group during the year in-
cluded the junior-senior tour oi the major pharma-
ceutical houses and the speakers invited to speak
at the regular meetings.
Socially, the APA held the annual Pharmacy
Prize Prom in the spring and the annual spring
picnic. Highlighting the l963-64 school year was
the dedication of the new College of Pharmacy
building in which the American Pharmaceutical
Association was a major participant.
Oflicers included: Carl Rouse, prcsidcntg Roh-
ert, Chaxlon, vice-presidcntg Ian Clifton. secretary:
and jack Vallandingham. IFCHSLIVQY.
Bob Claxton, lack Vallandingham, Ianice Clifion, Carl Rouse.
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ROVJ l: Alice f.. Tam, laniee Clifton. ROW' 2: Cail Barker, Kay Cumpston, Cherie Sweeting. Mrs, Donald Witialc.
Kappa Epsilon. national honorary for women in
pharmacy. serves as the official hostess of thc SUI
College of Pharmacy. Gamma chapter requires
for membership a 2.0 GPA and, in addition to
scholarship. works to foster a professional attitude
among its members. Ianiee Clifton, Alice Tam
and Mrs. Don Witeah were the leaders of this pro-
fessional group during the past year.
Alpha Kappa Gamma
This year. the members of Alpha Kappa Gam-
ma. national dental hygiene fraternity, sponsored
a Christmas party for the children of the Blind
School Research Project. They made Valentine
cards for students at the Hospital School for
Crippled Children, and in March, celebrated their
founders' day with a banquet and intiation of
members. Mary Ann Gustafson was president this
ROVV l: C. Codby. N. Anderson. M. Gustafson. B. llemmer. I. Ifanig. j. Iohnston. P. Siddall. ROVV 2: M, Mcfeocl, M.
fVfeConlcie, L. Morrison. D. Long. N. Moffatt. D. Miller. S. Burggraaf, E. Allen. NT, l.euZ. f.. Thomas. ROVV 3: I. Miller. K.
Kopesha, I. Kiipsaar. B. l'l21I'ICi1L1. I. Beard. N. Iackolat. I. Vander-ar. C. Owen. ROW' 4: M. Toelle, K. VVilliams, S. Hyde,
l.. Thelen, D. Barghann. K. Arne. L. flowe, j. VVyatt. B, Karl. ROVV 5: Downey, G. Schenk, I. Wiegel, M, Rudman,
I. Iohnson, S. Curtis.
Nancy McQueen, I,ouise Bader, Greg Olson, Martha Lipton, Margaret I.arsen, Arden Stokstad, Susan Fvans, Alice Davis, lean
Rutherford, Karen Ring, Eugene Olson, Phil Connell. adviser.
American Field Service
AFS is an extension of the high school Ameri-
can Field Service. The purpose of the organiza-
tion is to promote AFS and its ideals on the col-
lege level. Members include returnees who have
gone abroad under AFS supervision and other in-
AIIE, the American Institute of Industrial En-
gineers, is a national group offering membership
to all students enrolled in SUIls industrial engin-
Dinners featuring guest speakers and a trip to
Cedar Rapids sponsored by local businessmen
This year the club sponsored a Foreign Student
Weekend. Approximately 40 foreign AFS students
living with Iowa families visited SUI.
were among the ycar's events. AIIE also helps to
organize and promote SUI's annual IVIECCA
President of AIIF, during IQ64 Was Iim Thore-
ROW' l: Stanley Schroeder, Brian Stone. Iames Thoreson, Darel Bennet, William lang. ROW 2: Ronald Upham, Larry
Hinwf' Rfrtnlfl Benson. William Schmidt, William VanHaecke, Dale Mitchell.
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This student: takes time out to think-or perhaps
just to rest-so much to do, to think about.
Y I, I The Inter-Religious Council is an organization
I I of elected representatives from each of the student
religious associations on the SUI campus. It seeks
to bring about a greater understanding of differ-
ing religious viewpoints by opening communica-
tions between thc various religious groups. The
In council also arranges and sponsors lectures, films,
nik panel discussions, and symposiums on current re-
1 ligious and secular topics.
The main purpose ol the group is to further the
personal contact of SUI students with contrasting
tame church positions. Through this contact, discus-
llili sion, and social inter-action, the council hopes to
achieve a better educated public, and to promote
brotherhood among the students, campus organi-
zations, and religious groups of SUI.
The Baptist Student Center is one of the many places for
students to meet and make friends in a religious setting.
Newman Club members take an interest in the functions of the Inter-Religious Council.
ROW l: B. Brinton. P. Klocksiem. S. Iaclcson, M. Neal. I. Scholtz. ROW 2: L. Pampel, M. Recd, R. Rogers, B. Prichctt,
E. Davenport, B. Deam. M. Doolittle. ROVV 3: R. Burke, M. Peterson. A. Tcner, D. Bartlett. V. Custer. ROVV -l: Nl. Light,
S. Koss, I. Aschenbrenncr, S. Trost, L. Cain, M. Hurst, C. Vxfalters.
Kappa Phi membership is open to all Women pant in the church ol today and tomorrow". Keep-
of Methodist preference. The goal ol Kappa Phi ing this in mind. the girls in Kappa Phi carry on
is "Every Methodist Woman in the university a variety of service projects in accordance with
World a growing Christian and an active partici- the church and the community.
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Christian Science College Organization
The Christian Science College Organization mony meeting and a free lecture each year. Any-
holds many meetings which provide the oppor- one who might be interested is cordially invited to
tunity lor students to apply their religious train- attend any of the events sponsored hy this or-
ing in order to meet the demands of human ganixation.
needs. The Organization holds a Weekly testi-
ROW l: Nan Skoglund, Barbara Long, Nancy Fiala, Metta Moore. ROW 2: Edward Chouinard, Charles Huntley, Robert
I lu l bary.
ROW l: M. Plaurle, R. Beckloii, C. Whitney, C. Hansen, B. Primus. ROW 2: L. Hibma, I. Nelson, L. Klosterman, S. Mont-
gomery. Anderson, M. Hulstein. ROVV 3: L. Anderson, C. Chadim, P. Palmer, E. Cherry. ROW 4: S. Allen, C. Ganibs,
R. Briar, VV. Bushaw, M. Spring, I. Belz.
Inter -Varsity Christian Fellowship
The lnter-Varsity Christian Fellowship wit- student with the claims and opportunities of the
nesses to Iesus Christ as the source and meaning Christian faith. To this end, the group sponsors
oi life. National and intcrcdenominational in Bible discussions. prayer groups, lectures, debates,
scope, it strives to confront the individual college social activities, and weekend conferences.
Liahona Fellowship, affiliated with the Rcor- tian. The group achieved this by acting as host
ganized Church of Iesus Christ oi Latter Day to many notable and well-informed guests repre-
Saints. strives to relate the academic aspects of senting various phases of study. The president of
student life to the role of the student as a Chris- the group Was Steve Wilkinson.
ROVV l: M. Hunt, K. johnson, I. Resch, D. Bruns, NI. Wilkinson, M. Carlson. S. Wilkinson, R. Rcsch, C. Nichols. ROW 2:
C. Schwaegler, G. Hice, M. Hammer, I. XIVHIHCY, P. McCurry, L. VVessels, S. Davis, C. Davis, I. Hoover, W. Brown. ROW 3:
Green, S. Gleaxcr, S. Klopping, B. Shalley, K. lensen, T. Caarder, lf. Warner. ROW 4: R. Outhouse, D. Tucker, Utholli,
D. Foraker, C. Fields, R. Stempcl, F. Hahn, I. Shalley.
ROW 1: R. Hudek, M. Babe, M. Clinite, P. Seelau, K. Miller, E. Brimeyer, P. Tumelty, C. Connelly, T. O'Brien. ROW '2:
D. Neuman, R. Tarara, K. O'Hollearn, F. Szernkus, I. Koudelka, S. Sanford, R. Walljasper, P. Okubo, I. Kilpatrick, ,lane Morris-
sey, lean Morrissey, A. Peacock. ROW 3: H. Crosheck, M. Fellhauer, R. Spading, C. C-reiner, B. Thompson, A. Rick, M.
Hughes, F. Rubel. T. Loop, I. Toohill, T. Wilson. ROW 4: R. DeCoster, M. Pratt, R. Langlas, I. Benda, I. Hill, C. Magner,
S. Hatfield, C. Weinberg, S. Ericzon, B Bruns, I. Croshcek. ROW 5: D. Pfeiler, D. Zahn, E. Klosterman, W. Boardman, D.
Spain, R. Rodamaker, M. Teal, I. Tegeler, I. Henry, I. Gardner.
The Newman Club is active in religious, educa-
tional, and social activities. It enables Roman
Catholic students to become acquainted and dis-
cuss religious problems together. On Sundays, the
students sponsor a coffee hour in the morning
and a supper with discussions and lectures. The
Catholic Student Center is open every day from
S a.m. to 10 p.m. lor student use.
The SUI chapter is active in the National New-
man Club and sends represcnatives to retreats and
conventions on the state and national level. Many
social and charitable activities completed the pro-
gram for the year. Students took crippled child-
ren to mass and went Christmas earoling, Social
functions included a hayridc. H scavenger hum,
and an honor banquet featuring graduating sen-
Members enjoyed Sunday night suppers and discussion
The mziuy religious groups on campus enable the
siudcurs to further the religious convictirms of
Iohn Quinn practices on the new organ purchased this year lor the Department ol Music.
Many hours of individual rehearsin
Department of Music
The Department of Music, headed by Himie
Voxman, is a division of the Department of Fine
Arts in the College of Liberal Arts. Areas in
which the Department offers study are rnusicol-
ogy, music education, composition, performance
The music buildings are continuously buzzing
with students practicing ,lor lessons, rehearsing for
certain ensembles and for particular concerts
sponsored by the school of music. The Depart-
ment olfers live degrees including: Bachelor of
Arts, Bachelor ol Music, Master of Arts, Master
ot Fine Arts, and Doctor ol Philosophy.
The Hawkeye Concert Band pro-
vided lively entertainment at home
basketball games, helping to boost
the spirit of both the fans and the
The close of football season means just the be-
ginning of hours of practice for the Symphony
Band and the Hawkeye Concert Band. These
groups, under the direction of Frederick C. Ebbs
for the tenth year now, practice three times a
Week and give forty to Hfty performances a year.
This year the Symphony Band presented con-
certs in Ianuary and in May and also played for
both commencement ceremonies. It held its an-
nual hand clinic for high schools in january. A
highlight, of course, was the traditional Com-
mencement Concert in front of Old Capitol.
The activities of the Symphony Band are not
just limited to this campus. The group Was in-
vited to play at the Iowa Band Association in Des
Moines and also made a four-day trip to perform
at South Dakota State University and Morehead
State College in Minnesota. Here they played at
a clinic attended by approximately 7,000 people.
A lively performance at our basketball games
was one contribution of the Hawkeye Concert
Band this year. They also presented a concert
in March. This is the group from which the
members of the R.O.T.C. Band are drawn.
The members of these two musical organiza-
tions have devoted much hard Work and long
hours to their end. The final product has been
one of which they and SUI can be proud.
The SUI Symphony Band in concert.
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DR, IDANIEL MOE, Director
The University Oratorio Chorus, which con-
tains approximately 200 voices. is one of the two
major vocal groups at SUI. Its members are cho-
sen by audition in the fall and rehearse twice
weekly throughout the year. The chorus was
seen by the University in its annual Christmas
and Easter concerts. in which it was assisted by
the University Symphony Orchestra. This year
at the Christmas Concert, the chorus presented
Handel's immortal "lVIessiah'i. which is done
every four or five years in order to give each stu-
dent the opportunity to sing or hear it.
This year, a special pre-concert briefing for
students was planned by the Fine Arts Commit-
tee of Union Board. Dr. Daniel Moe, chorus di-
rector. discussed the history of the "NIcssiahii,
Handel's life, and the mechanics of the piece.
The briefing, held in the Union, prepared stu-
dents for the lovely concert.
Tickets for the "lVIessiah', were gone long be-
lore the concert, indicating the student interest
in thc performance.
Dr. Moe. who was previously Director of Cho-
ral Music at the University of Denver, came to
SUI in I96l and has since led the University
tions. In addition to many local appearances, the
choir took a tour of the state in the spring and
was also invited to sing at the annual Iowa Music
Educators Association Conference in Des Moines.
Tuning up for the performance.
The SUI Symphony Orchestra, under the di-
rection of lames Dixon, presented some of the fin-
est concerts of the year. Mr. Dixon, holder of
the Gustav Mahler medal for conducting, lead 90
musicians in many exciting compositions.
William Doppmann shared his talent With them
playing the '6Fourth Piano Concerto" by Beetho-
ven. In February the audience was thrilled by
the performance of John Simms accompanied by
the orchestra with Brahmis "D Minor Con-
The Symphony Orchestra had the honor of pre-
senting the premier of Charles Wuorninen's
"Coneertoneii written in l96O. Another honor
the orchestra had was to work with Peter Minnin,
President of Iulliard School of Music, everyone
thoroughly enjoyed the time he spent here as
Another outstanding concert featured Divorakis
K'Cello Concerto" with Ioel Krosnieh playing. In
May the campus saw the return of Charles Tre-
gor to play Beethovenis 'iViolin Concertov.
Besides all this the orchestra still found time
to go on tour, They shared their talent with the
people of Carthage, Illinois and Fort Madison,
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SUI's Marching Band is famous for its intricate and well-executed formations.
Hawkeye Marching Band
The Hawkeye Marching Band, directed by
Frederick C. Ebbs, started a spectacular season
with a tribute to SUI's retiring president, Virgil
Hancher, entitled "Portrait of a Presidentf, The
all-male, 140-piece band continued throughout
the season to provide the pageantry of Big Ten
"A George Gershwin Albumf, presented at the
Indiana game, included such old favorites as
"Swanee," "Rhapsody in Bluef' and "Summer-
timef, At the Wisconsin game, the band executed
a new "Trio" formation, in which members did
their drills in threcs.
The yearis performances were climaxed by the
special appearance of Meredith Willson at the
Dad's Day game. Mr. Willson, an Iowan and
composer of the musical "I-Iere,s Love", directed
the Hawkeye Band in the Iowa Fight Song. The
band featured several songs from "I-Iere's Lovev
in their performance.
The band members salute each
Iowa touchdown with a song from
their reserved section in the sta-
Many long hours of rehearsal are
necessary for the group to prepare
a lengthy repertoire of songs for
Old Gold Singers
Kenyard Smith directs 30 voices in an ensemble
known as the Old Gold Singers. This group of
non-music majors who enjoy singing is sponsored
by the Alumni Association and the Department
The singers, primary function is in developing
public relations for the University by singing for
alumni groups in the area, University group meet-
ings, and civic organizations. Throughout the
year they are busy traveling to perform for the
alumni groups and colleges to which they are in-
vitedg on the average they perform twice a Week.
Along with this busy schedule, the Old Gold
Singers perform with the percussion ensemble in
their annual concert in the spring. In the past
the group has also made several guest appearances
on radio and television.
The Old Gold Singers in formal dress for a concert at Macbride Hall.
The new modern main gallery is open to the public.
Individual talents are encouraged.
The Art Department is headed by Frank Sei-
berling and staffed by faculty members who not
only teach but are professional artists themselves.
The Art Department is outstanding in the field
of Graphic Art. Most of the classes in painting
and drawing take place in thc studios, Where the
student gains practical experience. His Work may
be displayed in the halls or clasrooms While the
main gallery holds exhibits of general interest.
This year the exhibitions included one of the
restoration paintings and a faculty exhibition of
sculpture, painting, and photography.
This studem works diligentb' O11 9 mppm' etching
The pl tx els iccene list minute lnstiuttlons lrom the director before the curtain goes up.
SUl's Dramatic Arts Department, headed by
H. Clay Harshhargcr. trains students to direct
plays. design sets. and understand the technical
aspects of theatrical production. as well as to act.
Both the University Theatre and the Studfo
productions give drama students the chance to
put these theories into practice. The University
Theatre, under the direction of Arnold Gillette,
this year staged "Rashomon,'. "HamletH, HA
Thurber Carnivaln, and HOedipus Rex", among
others. The Studio Theatre in the Qld Armory
again presented imaginative productions and sev-
eral original plays by SUI students.
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Half a Pound of Tea
The month of December brought from our
Studio Theatre some light, polished entertain-
ment in the form of Half Cl Pound of Tea. by ferry
L. Crawford. The plot is centered around a mid-
dle-class, midwestern family and involves the con-
Hict between Chester Iones, who wants to return
to the simple family life of his past. and his more
progressive family which is against the idea. Orig-
inality, clever dialogue, and a rapid pace of ac-
tion are the outstanding characteristics of this
Under the direction of Dr. lean Seharfenherg,
the play was done quite professionally by a cast
which showed a clear understanding of the play.
Members of this excellent cast included: lackson
Lee Ragsdale as Chester Ionesg Mary Lee Tread-
well as the daughterg Bruce Avery French as the
song Phil Fisher as the mirror image of Chesterg
and Katherine Peil as the lady upstairs, In spite
of the physical problems to he dealt with in Old
Armory, the staging Was effectively handled. All
in all. it was a smooth and superior production.
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Workshop class in session under the direction of the professor, Paul Engle.
W rlters W orkshop
prospective Workshop member must submit a
manuscript lor appraisal. The criticism of con-
temporaries and the free exchange of ideas makes
the Workshop an ideal place for the Writer to
give form to his talent. The Writers' Workshop
has attracted many modern novelists during its
evolution, and has achieved recognition as a cen-
ter for current American literary development.
Graduate students listen eagerly to
Engleis lectures provoking the ere-
ative in thinking and Writing.
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Barbara Derr is crowned Honorary Cadet Colonel at the
annual Military Ball.
The first of two joint activities initiated and
enacted by the SUI Corps of Cadets is the highly
festive Military Ball. This event is the highlight
of the social year for all Army and Air Force
This year,s Military Ball was held on March 13,
in the Iowa Memorial Union. The cadets in their
dashing, highly polished uniforms, together with
their udragsu in formal attire created a most im-
pressive atmosphere for this event. The main
event of the "Ball,' was the crowning of one of
the Universityls beauties as the Honorary Cadet
Each year, the women's housing units are asked
to nominate one girl for Honorary Cadet Colonel.
These nominees are screened to ten semi-finalists
by a faculty committee. The ten girls are then
narrowed to live finalists by the advanced Corps
Cadets. Out ol these live, the Honorary Cadet
Colonel is chosen.
The responsibility for the "Ball', rests with the
Deputy Corps Commander, who this year was
Cadet Colonel Orwin Carter of the Army.
Guests are welcomed by the receiving line early in the evening.
Governor Hughes is escorted from the airport to take part in the day's activities.
Weeks ol practice drills, inspections and re-
hearsals culminate With the annual Governor's
Day ceremony. This joint activity of the corps of
cadets displays the achievements ol the Army and
Air Force Cadets, the Highlanders and the SUI
Marching Band. For eighty-two years the Gov-
nor and various State and University oihcials have
reviewed the corps of cadets in this mass parade.
Governoris Day has been held annually since
lSSl, with one exception, the Governofs Day ol
1918. That year it was not held because thc
parade field, then behind the present University
Library, was flooded by high water, and Water
was standing in the basement ol' the armory and
in the gun lockers.
Governofs Day has been and continues to be
an important and colorful event with its tradi-
tional review of the cadet corps. presentation of
awards and parade of the cadets.
'Top Brass' review the troops
Cadet Corps Commander and Staff
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The Reserve Officers Training Corps program
at SUI consists of a Brigade of Army Cadets and
a Witig of Air Force Cadets. The Army Brigade
is governed by the Cadet Brigade Commander
and Staff, while the Air Force VVing is governed
by the Cadet Wing Commander and Staff. The
Brigade and Wing are headed by the Cadet Corps
Commander and Staff. All activities. policies and
standards that are enacted jointly by the Army
and Air Force Cadets are supervised by the Cadet
Corps Commander and Staff. This includes the
annual Military Ball and Governors Day.
Each year the positions ol Corps Commander
and the other three staff positions are alternated
between the Army and the Air Force.
This year. the Cadet Corps Commander was
Col. David Still ol the Air Force. He was as-
sisted in his duties by the Deputy Corps Com-
mander. Col. Orwin Carter of the Artnyg the
Corps Executive Ofiieer. Lt. Col. Dennis Bolland
of the Army: and the Corps Adjutant. Lt. Col.
lay Shalf. of the Air Force.
Iay Shall. David Still, Onvin Carter, Daryl Rolland.
ROW l: Scott McLeod, William Holtz, R. D. Fretwell, Merwn Thede Iames Ross Iohn Bornholdt ROW 2 Iaelt Holmes
lack Iordan, Steven Studt, David Sivcrly, David Topinlaa.
Brigade Staff and Leadersh1p Lab Instructors
The Brigade Commander and Staff are in
charge of and responsible for all standards, activi-
ties and policies that are to be enacted and initiat-
ed by the Brigade of Army Cadets during the
year. The Brigade Commander this year was
Army Flight Instructlon
The Army Flight Instruction program is open instruction Upon completion of this program
to all senior Army cadets. The seven cadets cur- which is offered to the cadets at no expense to
rently enrolled in the program must complete ba- them they vsill receive their prlvate pilot s license
sic ground instruction and in-flight dual and solo and will fly when on actixe duty
ROW l: William Holtz, Loyd Stroup, David Siv
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I. Anderson D. Aves H. Bondi I. Bornholdt B. Bowen O. Carter C. Coffelt T. Dittmer
D. Filbrandt P. French R. Fretwell I. Clebbie K. Herst I. Holmes W. Holtz L. Iaekson
I. Iordan W. King B. Klinzman S, Mcl.eod I. Martin C. Maurer l.. Moore M. Reilly
D. Rolland I. A. Ross I. B. Boss D. Sivcrly D. Snyder W. Snyder l.. Stroup S. Studt
M. Thede R. Thomas D. Topinka D. Voss D. Waechter W. Wells T. Ribaudo C. Scherrer
Army Senior Cadets
Senior Brigade Stall' members plan weekly drills.
These are the cadets Who, upon graduation.
will receive commissions as Second Lieutenants
in the various branches of the U. S. Army. To
become an Army Senior Cadet, one must have
been enrolled in the Army ROTC program for
four years, been accepted to the Advanced Corps,
and have demonstrated leadership potential and
proficiency in mental and physical examinations.
An important phase of training is the six weeks
of summer camp spent at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, be-
tween their junior and senior year.
As senior cadets, these students have assumed
various positions of command in the Army Bri-
gade and have been responsible for all the opera-
tions initiated and enacted by the cadet Brigade.
The instructor for the Army Senior Cadets is
ROW l: S. Iohnson, I. Ross, D. Siverly, M. Thede. K. Herst, I. Ross. W. Snyder, I. Ferguson. ROW 2: W. Palmer, I. Cheeks,
C. Clarke, D. Hampton, M. Schoeppner, E. Kohes, I.. Moore. ROVV 3: D. Filbrandt, D. Topinka, R. Thomas, L. Kehe, I.
Eire-enlee, S. McLeod, I. McCarthy, L. Stroup. ROW 4: I. Anderson, W. Vincent, W. Yarolem, O. Carter, D. Aves, H. Bondi,
Association of the U.S. Army and Pontoniers
Hawkeye Company was lirst established at The Pontoniers are the SUI student part of the
SUI in l96l as a chapter ol the Association of the National Society of American Military Engineers.
United States Army. The presiding oHicer of the Presiding ofiicer of the group this year was Cadet
Company was Cadet Major Thede. Major Topinka.
Distinguished Military Students
A Distinguished Military Student is a cadet in ship in military and campus affairs. This year,
the top third of his summer camp unit and mili- l2 cadets were chosen hy the professors of mili-
tary class and in the top half of his graduating tary science and the dean of their individual col-
class. He has demonstrated initiative and leader- lege to be Distinguished Military Students.
ROW l: l.. M. Iackson, R. D. Fretwell, Orwin Carter, lack Holmes, Iohn Bornholdt, Daryl Rolland. ROW 2: Mervyn Thede,
lack Iordan. William Holta, Scott Macleod.
lmiif' S' Pershing Rifles is a National Honorary Mili-
tary Society named alter General Iohn F. Persh-
ing. Company R. part ol the Second. Regiment of
the National Soeiety. is the largest drill company
in the Army ROTC. Pershing Rilles provide the
Color guard for all home football games. the
Homeeoming parade and Goyernor's Day. During
the lall, a eraek drill team praetiees Various rou-
tines lor invitational drill meets in the spring.
The Commander this year is Cadet Major Larry
Company B's sponsor and Honorary Pershing
Rifles Captain is Miss Marilyn Cook. Miss Cook
has taken an aetiye part in Pershing Rilles fune-
tions. ln the spring. she will compete in the Regi-
mental drill meet for Regimental sponsor and
Honorary Pershing Ril'les Colonel.
Drill practice is held in the lieldliouse.
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ROW l: Bornholdt. S. Ctumbiner, Iordan, L. Iaekson, M. Cook, C. Collelt. R. lfretwell. S. Studt, O. Carter. S. Iohnson.
ROW 2: D. Rolland, VV. Holtz, W. llieronymus, C. Shimoda. I. Cook, I. Lawrence, D. Hamilton. M. Kennett. R. Coon, R.
Deegan, D. Cook, K. Hixson, D. Rakken. I. Betterley. E. Thompson, R. C. Miller. ROW 3: K. Cundaeker, G. Lorenz. IN.
Trommer, W. Story, K. Steelmar, D. Brown, K. Snayely, A. Kilberger, R, Cooper. Coghlan, S. Simmers, VV, Bowen, I. Price.
ROVV 4: D. Burgess, D. Gunderson. G. Campbell, I.. Dorr. D. Ayres. G. Raaeli, I. Cook, H. Iohnson, I. Seheuerman, D. Mask
R. Kubik. M. Petersen. R. Hoff, D. Voss, I. Opdegrall. ROXV 5: R. Boe. R. Bartels, l. Hartzog, I. Anderson, D. Steinmetz.
l.. Becker, M. Dooley, I. Hackett, R. Nielsen, T. H. Smith. ROVV 6: T. Putnam, C. Fruehling. T. Skillieorn, L. Miller, F. Hart,
I. Selialer, R. Rruning, I. Calvert. R. VVaters, B. Kienaplel, D. Iones.
ROW l: Iames Ferguson, Dow Voss, L. William Kehe, Gary Coffcit, Cletus Luberts. ROW 2: Keith Snavely, William
Hierstein, Larry Becker, Bruce Kienapfel.
Army Rifle Team
The Army Rifle Team is open to all Army
ROTC Cadets regardless of class or rank. The
team, headed by senior Dow Voss, is composed of
two teams of four members each. This year's se-
ries of matches included various Iowa Inter-Col-
legiate shoulder-to-shoulder matches, the 14th
Corps Postal matches and other postal matches.
The team is coached by Captain Ferguson and
The Military Department color guard took part in the University memorial service for the late President Iohn F. Kennedy.
ROW l: D. Vajgrt, E. Zoeekler, H. Ioonsar, Brimmer. D. Still. I. Shali, R. Stewart, D. Gosse . ROW 2: R. Iaekson, R.
Dallenbaeh, M. Barlow, G. Monk. I.. Points, L. Hilliard, L. Rutt, I, Hall. ROVV 3: M. Mears. T. Genung. G. Mills. M. Cooney,
R. High, P. Phelps. ROW 4: D. Mayer. C. Lewis. R. Struyk. D. Clow, W. Vincent, l.. Horn.
Air Force Seniors
Commissions as 2nd Lieutenants in the U.S. schools. Some will be granted educational delays
Air Force await more than 30 graduates this to obtain advanced degrees. As Air Force seniors
year. After graduation each will go to either Air they have been responsible for the supervision
Force pilot. navigator. technical. or non-technical and operation of leadership training programs.
Distinguished Air Force Students
The Distinguished Cadet award is presented an' Distinguished Military Graduates and are eligible
nually to those senior Air Force Cadets who have to apply for a Regular Air Force commission if
excelled in leadership in military and Campus ae- they maintain an academic standing in the Lipper
tivities. Distinguished Cadets may be designated 20 per Cent of their graduating class.
ROW l: E. Zoeelcler. Shalf, D. Still, K. Rrinnner. H. Ioonsar. ROVV 2: R. Stewart. M. Mears. D. Gosse. G. Monk, M. Cooney.
D. Vajgrt. R. Iaeobson.
ROW l: I. Church, W. Thompson, C. l.inhoi'l, A. Lincoln, R. Creswick, D. Gray, I. Benda. ROW 2: N. Dillingham, A.
Hostetler, T. Stroope, I. Puffer, I. Bay, L. Bailey, I. Hinton. ROW 3: I. Berg, R. Wood, D. Ott, I. Shall, D. Fetzer, M. O'Brien,
VV. Hicks, Cf. Clark.
Billy Mitchell Squadron
All basic Air Force Cadets desiring to enter thc lected for their academic standing and leadership
Arnold Air Society must go through a period of potential. Each Cadet must be sponsored by an
pledge training, as a member of the Billy Mitch- advanced corps member. This unit has consist-
ell Squadron. Potential Society members are se- ently Won highest Air Force Drill honors.
Air Force W mg Staff
Cadet Col. Kirk Brimmer, Wing Commander The mission of the Wing is to provide leader-
and Cadet Lt. Colonel Heikki Ioonsar, Wing EX- ship training in a military command and staii en-
ecutive Oflicer head the Air Force Wing Staff. vironment and to assist in education. motivation
The Commander and staff direct and supervise all and training of basic Cadets.
ROW l: R. Hopkins, E. Zoeckler, K. Brimmcr, D. Vajgrt, H. Ioonsar . ROW 2: I. Hall, L. Rutt, D. Cosse. D. Clow, W.
Vincent, I.. Horn, D. Simpson.
ROW l: Rex Ritz, Dick Calta, Larry Points, Rob VVhite, Vincent Dittrich. ROW 2: Sgt. Donald Vogt, Dennis Bennett,
Edward Iacobson, Norman Briggs, Jerry lfdsen, james Carlson. Capt. Wayland Welty.
Air Force Rifle Team
The Air Force Rifle Team. guided by Capt.
Welty and Sgt. Vogt. is open to all Cadets in Air
Force ROTC. Two teams of four members each
participated in shoulder-to-shoulder meets. nu-
merous postal meets and the NRA Sectional
Match. which was held at SUI. Setting the pace
for the Air Force teams last year were veteran
marksmcn Larry Points. team captain, and Bob
Rod and Gun Club
The Air Force ROTC Rod and Gun Club was
first organized in l96l to promote sportsmanship
in hunting and fishing among its members and
to encourage an active interest in Wild life con-
servation. It was the first organization of this type
organized on a college campus. Membership is
open to anyone in the Air Force. Ciiiccrs are
chosen by election, Major Hopkins is the Faculty
ROW l: Cary Bagnall, Charles Fahn, Robert Hopkins, Allen Hostetler, Edward Arnold. ROVV 2: Vtfilliam Heitineicr, Robert
Dallenback, George Tischler, Richard Carmichael, William Tromrner, Lance Ferris.
ROW l: D. Still, D. Cray, I. Church, A. Lincoln, I. Shall, L. Horn, M. Kinsinger, C. Linholl. ROW 2: D. Vajgrt, B. Hicks,
L. Bailey, I. Wheeler, R. Coon, T. Shaller, C. Fahn, A. Hostetler, R. Creswick. ROW 3: I. Hinton, M. Callaway, I. Benda,
C. Bloomquist, T. Cenung, C. Kesselring, T. Stroope, D. Ott, I. Berg, I. Bay. ROW 4: K. Brimmer, I. Puller, M. O'Brien,
P. Mayer, R. Wilhanks, R. Langlas, W. Doane, I. Cook, R, Wood, W. Thompson, C. Clark.
Arnold Air '
Arnold Air Society, a national organization
named in honor of General "Hap'5 Arnold, pro-
vides cadets ol' outstanding leadership, scholastic
ability, and military interest with an opportunity
to develop leadership which will enhance their
abilities as an oHicer. The local commander, lay
Shafl, is also in charge of the Societyis pledge
class, the Billy Mitchell Squadron.
Flight Instruction Program
Advanced AFROTC Cadets who have shown
an aptitude for flying on their oflicer qualifica-
tion tests and have passed the pilot physical tests
are enrolled in a course of flight instruction. ln-
struction consists of ground school and llying
time. Completion of the course entitles the Cadet
to his private pilot's license before graduation and
Air Force pilot school after graduation.
ROW l: Robert Hopkins, lay Shall, Kirk Brimmer, Heikki Ioonsar, Robert Stewart. ROW 2: Larry Points, Richard lligli.
Paul Phelps, Michael Cooney, john Hall.
ROVV I: C. Rahe. B. Wirtz. K. Moline, Ferris, Mrs. B. W. Booker. NI. Byxvater, IVI. Ruud, I.. VVinherg. Slialsky ROW 2:
A. Ifitzpatriclc. C. Sanders. K. Countryman, D. Brady, l. Collins. I. Carvvood, I.. Starter, Vwliehinan. ROW 3: B. Howell.
P. Still, I. Stoker. 1. Steelnian. IVI. Moore. K. Anderson. T. Apel. N. Laughlin. RCJW 4: N. Brown. N. Cross. C. Smith, NI.
Steele, S. Cortimiglia. A. Peacock. RCJW 5: I. Fee. Olive. l.. johnston. I.. Markttlin. l.. Parker, Ii. lfrickson. K. Kushner.
Angel Flight is the womens auxiliary to the
Arnold Air Society at SUI. Thirty-tvvo members
participate in Arnold Air Society functions and
service projects with the University. The Flight
acts as hostess at University and AFROTC iunef
tions and sponsors fund raising projects to send
their delegates to regional and national con-
claves. lVlary Bywater was Commander of the
Flight this year.
Air Force ROTC Cadets make visits to Air
Force bases several times a year. The trips are de-
signed to acquaint the AFROTC Cadets with the
many facets oi Air Force lile and familiarize them
with procedures involved. The Base Visitations
are a high point of the year lor Air Force ROTC
Cadets. heing oi both heneiit and interest.
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When spring hits the campus, the doirmiiory
lawns, roofs. and sundecks are immediately clut-
tered with anxious sunbathers,
ROW l: Diane Anderson, Pat Christensen, Nancy DeWolf, Linda Gredig, Ruthellyn Henderson, Antoinette Johnson, Ianet
Moore. ROW 2: Kaaren Munson, Mary Hellen Pope, Iean Scholtz, Lynette Siems, Miriam Tomasek, Terry Walters.
Burge Hall - Clara Daley
The halls of Clara Daley House were graced
this year by activity-minded Coeds, most especially
by its two semi-finalists in the Miss SUI Pageant
and three semi-finalists in Profile Previews.
A most valuable activity of Daley House was the
scholarship cozy several weeks before finals, dur-
ing which upperclassmen gave study hints to the
freshmen. Another house-wide activity, the Daley
Chorus, brought music to the halls every week
with informal hootenanny sessions. Daley coeds
hope to make this as much a tradition as their
annual Christmas caroling and participation in
The officers of Clara Daley House were Ianet
Moore, president, Linda Beth Creed, vice-presi-
dent, Diane Anderson, secretary, Lynette Siems,
treasurer, Miriam Tomasek, student senate. Floor
chairmen were Ruthellen Henderson, Karen Mun-
son, Iean Schultz and Nancy DeWolf.
Board chairmen were Mary Helen Pope, judi-
ciary, Pat Christensen, public relations, Tony
Iohnson, social, Terry Walters, activities, Velma
Gladhill, arts, Linda Gredig, scholarship. The
adviser for Clara Daley House during the IQ63-64
school year was Mrs. Ruth Cline, the head coun-
selor of Burge Hall.
. New Student Council
ROW l: Deannc Neuman, Ioan Cause, Barbara Feldman, Brenda Carlson. ROW 2: Susan Lane, Karen Weiss, Mary Iane
Hintzsche, Cheryl Buko-ff, Nancy Roemmich.
ROW l: B. Bush. C. Rowley. T. Pope. M. Stewart. K. ROW l: Marilyn Aclix. Velma Gladhill. Marilyn Peterson.
Keller. ROW 2: Anderson. M. Scott. C. Sievers. R. ROVV 2: Nancy Evans. ludy Olson, Carol Hogan. lean
Campbell, K. Bruelqer, B, Benson. P, Kielsineier. ROVV 3: Taylor, Phyllis Kaplan. Bobbi Crow.
M, Byers, B. Baker, S. Brenlqer, C. Aden.
ROW l: Christine King, Linda Ann Credig, Mary Sue
Bastow, Marilyn Laudner, ROW 2: Gail Corlett, Mary
ROW l: Catherine Palmer, Miriam Tomasek. Barbara
Benson, Nancy Baldridge. ROW 2: lanet Brody, Kay
Beniamin, Linda Thomas.
Public Relations Activities Social
ROVJ l: l.eeanne Barnhart. Pai Christen- RQVNI lg Nlayy lane llintzsche. Terry ROVV l: loan liiimann. Brenda Carlson.
wn. Tarn Duggleby. ROVV 2: Connie Wfalters. Karen Dirlam. ROW 2: Diana ROV' Q1 .-Xnloinette johnson. Kathleen
Yoshirnura. Sharon Lenninger, lam-th Crook. joan Cook, Sandy Drake. Roepf-.
Wolfe, Susan Appleton.
RUVV l: Pat Beckliord. Easther Brisendine. Marianne Brunst. l,iz Cole. Rosa Conwisher, Mary jane Cotter, Karen Cottrell,
Diane Dunn. lrene Duvall. ROW 2: Sandy lclies. Michelle Katz. Kathie McDonald. Ann Mosher, Serene Olson. Sally Page,
lean llinner. Barbara Roessler.
Burge Hall - Maude McBr0om
Pep, enthusiasm and activity were the bywords
of Maude McBro:um House this year. Much ol this
enthusiasm was directed toward participation in
intramural sports: the house received the WRA
trophy for lirst place in intramurals during three
MeBroom coeds hold a special place in their
hearts for the patients in Childrenis Hospital. so
many ol their activities were directed to interest
them. The girls carved pumpkins for Halloween.
gave a Christmas party for the Perkins' School and
the McBroom Chorus led a 'ihootenanny" of
ehildren's songs lor the patients.
The executive hoard ol Maude McBroom House
consisted of lane Cotter, presidentg Pat Beckford,
vice-presidentg Rosa Conwisher. secretaryg Esther
Brisendine. treasurerg Diane Dunn, student senate.
Floor chairmen were Barbara Roessler, Kathy
McDonald. Karen Cottrell and Serene Olson.
Chairmen ol the boards included lean Rinner,
judiciaryg Sally Page, public relationsg Irene Duvall
and Ann Mosher, socialg Liz Cole and Michelle
Katz. activitiesg Sandy lekes. artsg Marianne Brunst,
scholarship. Burge counselor Miss Io Rossiter acted
as i953-64 adviser for Maude McBroom House.
ROW l: Candace lfranzxsa. Melissa Burch, Deanne Cunderman, Brycene Wilsruit. RCJW Q: Patricia Becklord. Karen Clauson,
Io Ann Chase. Mary Shepherd. Diane Wicklund, Mariann Ahram.
Maude McBroom - Second Floor
ROW l: S. lclies, K. Cohidas V. Brinn. Nl. Pierce. T. Alaernathv. B. Roesslcr, H. lVlcCleary, D. Dunn, Preskitt. ROW 2:
G. Cerilccn. M. Barnhart. I, Lange, D. Pavlove. L. Tague, I. Moore, I. Nott, P. Brown, K. Kempenaar, S. Ohdc, ROW 3: P
Daniel, E, Brisendine, l. Duvall, l.. Knutson, Messerli, L. Warth, I. Breder, L. Gilleland, A. Brauer, M. Gower. ROW 41
KVI. Burch, M. Frame, I. Rinner. I. Weber, S. Lunin, M. Brummund, C. Franzwa, M. Trettin, L. Piazza, D. Eastman.
Maude McBroom-- Third Floor
ROW l: S. Brown, D. Mallory, M. Naihedrick, S. Sanford, S. Smith, P. Smith, C. Scrvoss. ROW 2: M. Meindertsma, S
Cehrke, R. Ross, D. Sage, L. Faber, K. Honold, E. Ulland, S. Cordon, 1. Ruegnitz. ROW 3: K. Olson, S. Schmitt, D. Wicklund
I. Chase, C. Storer, D. Lage, S. Foss, M. Wenstrand. ROW 4: P. Marten, S. Thompson, K. Clauson, M. Rogers, P. Olson
K. Falherg. C. Newton, K, Stueplert. ROW 5: C. Collins, C. Lind, K. McDonald, M. Shepherd, C. Popper, E. MacMonaglc,
I. Stelter, M. Burton.
Maude McBroom -- Fourth Floor
ROXV I: Olwu. D. Piurw. lf. Felchvr. NI. Lashhrruok. P. Brunmwml. Loxmmvilz. C. I.41mhc'rti. A. Mosher. Cl. Hurloft. ROVV 2
I. Patlurslm. l.. Hnhcmlwll. I.. Nolan. P. x"I2lLXh?lC', I. Ilrwlstr-en. 1. Thye. K. Rutherford. D. PI'4lL'l0I', P. SEHIITLICTS, S. Shirley. K
Cohen. ROW' '51 K. Pike. S. Smith. B. Burkharch. S. VV1'igh1. I. Willey, 1. Czxrpvmer. I. Bmndslra. S. fxlli-I'0L'I1I, Pagu. C
NTAVIQNH. RUVV -l: B. I'IQ11'1'immIl. C. Cflcmcnls. Helm cy. C. Barnes. F. Bl2l!1dI'4H'd.
Maude McBroom 4 Fifth Floor
ROW' 1: VI. Nrwzxk. H. Hzmscu. S. Ulsmx. C. Hillicr. C. S'w1'1'1hc1'g. S. Schvidvnhchxm. Uaxissrm. M. Cmtur. ROW' 2: D. Am-
Imm-. M, Pauly. NT. Shadloy. H. Arudcrxrm. R. Burke. K. Ccmy. I. Muulo. B. Vamc. S. Sf.-hmicklo. I. Creger, NI. Bruml. ROVV 'E
R Allan I. Slihuc-1' E. Davenport. C. johmfm. S. Kechn. S. lfricksrm. C. Dungan, D. Kruse. I. Pop-kmh. I. Thodc. RUVV -l: K
Churad. Miu-hell: 1. Bruhn. P. Calliscm. Carreu. 1. Fvum. M. lin-lintoin. K. Colhcrg. D. Cundermzm. ROXN 5: D. Kollmzum
S. Kuhl. 1. Ohde. C. Kuhr. ID. Feldman. S. Kirkland. .-X. Davis. 1. Beatty. C. Oswalcl. I. Mmm. P. Thoma. E. Colo. M. Kzuz.
ROVV l: M. Kiclt. I. Duvall. .-X, Nloslficr. Lenowitz. K. l':I1ll7L'1'3l. I. Per-lwsli. ROVV 2: S, Gordon. S. Shirley. B. Harriott,
Kulil. M. Haclclrucli. C. Su-i'iilv0i'g, I, ClI'CQIl'l',
ROW l: Nlariha Wenstrzind. Marianne Brunst, Katherine Conrad. ROW 2: Donna Pierre, Ann Brauer, Iudith Maulc, Sue
ROW 12 Carfrl Hiller, lean Rinncr. Ma-lainie Frame. Cecilia Scrwiss. ROW 2: l,oih Knutson, M2113 Ann Pauly, lane Patterson,
Susan Thompsfm. Carol Clements.
ROW l' Glynn Ccrlal, Sandy Gohrlae, Mir-lwllv Katz, Elizabeth Colo, Betty Hanson. ROW 2: Cheryl Fisher, Ellen Fclr-her,
Christine I,an'1hcrri. Sharon Smith. Marsha Nabcdrirk.
ROW l: Ann Stoplu-ns, Sandy lckcs, Pznriria Smith, Maggy Picrve, ROVV Q: Kathy Weaver, Pat Callison, Teri Ahvrnalhy,
ROW l: Karen Pike, Mary Novak, Sally Pago, Joyce Olson. ROW 2: Indy Bruhn, Sharon Sanlord, Donna Ambrose.
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ROW l: Parn Emerson, Mary Flynn, Nancy Gross, Jean Horves, Judy Jewell, Janice Joines, Tomma Lou Jordan, Geraldine
Kisler, Wendy Knowles. ROW 2: Jane Little, Phyllis Olson, Regina Ostrander, Judith Pederson, Carol Pfaif, Carol Ross, Sue
Schneider, Sharon Wildermuth.
Burge Hall - Ruth ardall
Wardall House kept its coeds up-to-date this
year with two new publications, the house officer
directory and house calendar. The detailed calen-
dar of activities was issued every two weeks in the
Wardall Leader, the house newspaper.
lVlother,s Day was one of the most important
events on the Wardall Calendar. The 'iWardall
Mother of the Year" was presented at a breakfast
honoring her and the other mothers. The house
activities for Dadis Day and Motheris Day were
planned by the ,freshman council, the council
served as an orientation for their future participa-
tion in dorm government.
The officers of Ruth Wardall House included
Judy Pederson, president, Phyllis Olson, vice-
presidentg Jean Howes, secretary, Mary Flynn,
treasurer, Jan Joines, student senate. Floor chair-
men were Judy Jewell, Gina Ostrander, Carol
Ross, Barbara Russell and Sue Schneider.
The board chairmen were Carol Piaff, judiciary,
Geri Kisler, public relations, Nancy Gross, social,
Tomma Lou Jordan, activities, Pam Emerson, arts,
Jane Little, scholarship, Wendy Knowles, intra-
murals. The counselor for Wardall House was
Miss Kay Clifton, the assistant head counselor of
ROW l: C. Bremer, S. McDowell, F. Wolfinger, J. Brown, B. Foulkes, M. Feuer. ROW 2: J. Dishlip, C. Pranske, L. Tureen,
A. Bauman, D. Benz, P. Coon, J. Clemens, K. Godeke, C. Mertz, P. Olson.
Ruth Wardell - First Floor
ROW l: I. Iewell, R. Schreiher. A. Dutcher, D. Roudyhush. ROW 2: C. Hosietter. L. Fiscui, M. Brauer, K. Elliot, K. Wilson.
ROW 3: M. O'Pallon, S. Spormann, I. Downey, D. Van Klompenburg.
Ruth Wardell - Second Floor
ROW l: S. Pilster, l.. Boriz, P. Walker, S. Schneider, W. Knowles, I. McConnell, K. Dr-Bolt. ROW 2: C. Neuwirih. B. Beck,
S. Snyder, I, Coon, M, Dickey. N. Latimer, S. Stznnpl, I. Toohill. ROW 'ix P. Bezclela, K. Ventling, M. Odendahl, I. Dessel.
M. Larson, M, Billington. M, Mr-Nicl. ROW 4: S. Gordon. Conkin, I. Dessel. A. Cornish. K, Wilson, D. Brown.
Ruth Wardell -- Third Floor
ROW l: I. Schnack, R. Ostrander, S. Stevens, M. Thede, I. little, C. Dorathy, P. Coon. ROW 2: C. Davenport, M. Slzidek,
L. WilliaIT1S, I. Lynch, L. Butin, S. Wildermuth, C. Iackson. ROW 3: M. Verhetsel, H. McCauley, I. Calvin, I. Koudelka,
L. Schmid, I. VanHaalcn, S. White. ROW 4: M. Phillips, K. Kramer, G. Cintert, R. Snyder, A. Cox, R. Rix, I. Raznick.
ROW 5: B. Wolf, S. Ford, C. Bamsey, S. Brus, P. Meier, C. Elliott, K. Mauer.
Ruth Wardell - Fourth Floor
ROVV l: H. Clwristcn. B. Russell, B, Fwulkes. V. L:1Suor. N. McQueen, B. Ray. ROW 2: P. Schcicl. M. Flynn, M. Matter,
D. Trcmmcl. S. Cordcrman, E. Seitz, D. Blair. K. Willcr, ROW 3: l.. Larson, Howes, Brown, P. Olson. l. D0ckCndorll',
K. Huglivs, C. Crciner, N. Gross, C. Plalf. S. Harvey.
Ruth Wardell - Fifth Floor
RQW l: Indy Kubik, Shirley Swims, Kitty Spies, Sandy Butin. ROVV 2: Kathy Buresh, Susan Hayes, Kendra Wilson, Marilyn
Marsh, Linda Nelson, Marie Patterson.
ROVV l: C. Brunel.. R, Schrcilvcr, Iglqkggn, C, Plafl, P, VVzilker. T. Mohr. ROW 2: D. Bzinvvart, L. Bender. B. Bowcr,
l.. Pumplncy. A. Cornish, Dislilip. C. Cintcrt.
Scholasfic Recognition Board
ROVV I: Mary lfllvn Fits, Carol Bremer, Vliiurccn Thvde, jane Littlc, Cindy Suler. ROVV 2: Gloria Stangv, Rnszilic Sclirciiher,
linda Cannon, Polly Sp-heel, Sliuron VVilclernwulh, Karon Vifiller.
S fdam, f,,o. , .Q
Rcginzi Usirzinder, Bz11'lvzm1 Russell. Sue Si-lmcidvr. Iuclith jexxell.
Art Board Activities
RUWA1: Shin-on VVildc-nninli, Pain Emerson. ROVU ROW l: Mary Jones, Tomrna Iorclan, linda Schmid.
2: Shirley Andvrson, janet Dishlip, Maryjane Phil- ROVV 2: Barlvzira 'llhfm'ipson. Lynn Shvrman, Mari
lips, Bobbie lfoulkes. Iana McConnell. Billingtcm.
ROVV l: Polly Sp-noel. Mary Graco King, Ianin-e joincs, Janice Downey, Carolyn Lulccnsmeyer. ROW 2: Nancy McQueen
lane Koudellca, linda Cannon, Ian Pricbe, Mara Berger, Anita Goodman.
ROW l: Mary King, Nancy Gross, Ian Pricbc. ROW 2: Anne Dutchcr, Barbara Hickman, Lesley Tureen, Polly SL-heel.
Public Relations Intramurals
ROVV l: Sherry Cox, Geri Kisler, Mario Patterson. ROW l: Nlargiarot Mc'Niel, Wendy Klwwles, 5115311
Rfjxxf 2: Cappie Stanley? Judy Miller, Kitty Spiga, Spm-mmm, ROW 2: Susan Ford, Kathy Cook, Lynn
jnh ngnn, Nanq Hrnlstrm.
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ROW l: Karnese Cameron. Ruth Ann Dyas. Doris Finley. Elizabeth Goeldner. Nancy Io Hart, Neva Hubbartt. Marcia Hurst,
joan Iacob. Iudy Iennings, ROW 2: Kristin Sue Iohnson, lane Morrissey. Martha Newcomer, Gu en Paton. Iora Rittgers, Pam
Thompson. Ardis Vermazen, Martha Wallace.
Burge Hall - Beth Wellman
Homecoming began the school year victoriously
lor Wcxllman coeds as the Hawks beat the Hoosi-
iers. and the girls were able to "Take 'Em For A
Ridev on their prize-winning dormitory float, built
with South Quadrangle.
Wellnian House kept its goals high throughout
the year under the programs of its scholarship
board. The board promoted faculty dinner ex-
changes, this year's special guests being President
and Mrs. Hancher. A tutoring system was estab-
lished within the house. and extra emphasis vvas
placed on scholarship in a contest between floors
for highest academic achievement.
WCll1UHl1lS house orhcers this year were lane
Morrissey, presidentg loan lacobs, vice-presidentg
Sara Snair, secretary: Martha Watllace, treasurerg
Marsha Hurst, student senate representative. The
floor chairmen were Neva Hubbartt, Pamela
Thompson, Kristin lohnson. Doris Finley and
Board chairmen. vvere Ruth Dyas, judiciaryg
Gwen Paton, public relationsg Nancy Vetter and
Sherry Scinta, socialg Mary Goeldner, operations-
outg ludy Jennings, les artsg Ardis Vermazen, schol-
arshipg Nancy Hart, operations-in. The counselor
lor Wellinan House was lVliss Lois Ireland.
ROVJ l: M. Hoult, K, McClelland. K, Doxver. S, VVright. C. Vtferhan, ROVV 2: I, Jacob. C. Homan. I. Donn. B. Gardner,
M. Bacon, K. Klouda. M. Beaupre, I. Kammiller.
Social Board Judiciary
ROW l: Linda Weis. Mary Ann Krull, Karnese Cameron. ROW l: Marilyn Roudalvnsh. Linda laughnan. Ruth
Mary Beaupre. ROW 2: Patricia Parrott. Janet Scott. Dyas, Fran Herbrandt. ROVV 2: Penny Kloeksiem, Ianann
Pam Peterson. Barbara Carclner. Cilvson, Bonnie Purvis, lean Wormley.
Operations In Scholastic Recognition
UPPER LEFT-ROW l: Arlene Craig, Karen Kuypers, ROW l: Dolores Lohlf, Lynn Hirtenstein, Ardis Ver-
Susan Hobart, Sharon Roselwerry. ROW 2: Karen Klouda, rnazen, Marilyn McCabe. ROW 2: Cwen Paton, Beverly
Andrea Gartlcy, Nancy Hart. Iudy Reseh. Saboe, Linda Pohltnan, Karen Kuypers.
LOWER LEFT: Margaret lfones. Gwen Paton, Susan Hobart, Sharon Roseberry.
Les Arts Operations Out
ROVV l: Verna Rindcrknecltt. Samantha Williams. ,luclith It-nning. Karen Kloutla. ROVV lr Pant Peterson. lflizalnctli
ROW 2: Carol Starrett. Kit Dowvr. Cinny lane, Doris Dyorsky. Karen Cook. Coeltlllvf. Janice Donn, ROW 2:
Carolyn liallberg, lutly Sorensen, Karen
Floor Chairmen Cook. If-annie Artley.
ROW l: Doris Pinlei. Neva llulwlzartt. lora Rittgers, ROXV 2: Pam Thompson,
Kristin Iohnson. i
By the time I get these boots on, l'll probably be late to classfl'
The l963-64 school year found SUl's Currier
Hall alive with organizational changes, lots ol ac-
tivities and just plain lun, Division of the dorm
into tvvo houses was necessary for more eflicicnt
dorm government. Naturally, this brought added
excitement to the spring association elections.
All-house activities maintained a unity of spirit
among Currier coeds. Currier's family-style din-
ners were highlighted throughout the year by vis-
iting faculty and administrative officials. The an-
nual open houses on Dad's Day, Christmas and
Nlotheris Day weekends provided chances for the
girls to display their newly-cleaned rooms and
original dorm decorations. A most popular Cur-
rier activity Was the monthly all-house cozy which
usually ended in. an enthusiastic hootenanny
HUVV PI. llztater. K. Diddy, C. Poxxell, M. lohnson, 1. Bohlke, K. Zaiman. I. Hardman. ROVV 2: S. Carlson, C. Mt-Daniel,
L. Vileinsteln. P. Miller. C., l.aPlante. F. Brchm. l,. Niebauin. ROW' 3: ll. Abegg, YVall:er, I. Joslin, 1. Henderson, A.
llastinggs, ll. Hill, VI. Kerdus,
ROW l: E. Brimeyer, P. Teal, V. lolinson. C. Schleihs, C. Shaveland, M. Crabb, B. Becker. ROW 2: I. Ralhjen, C. Cramer,
I. lones, A. Manocheo, M. Barrels. S. Neglia, D. Kirby. ROW 3: M. Asbury, I. Henderson. VI. Hulsiein, S. Clancy, A. Clark,
P. Mueller. ROW -l: E. Danielson. M. Warren, A. Langlas. I. Hilsman. B. Schultz.
ROW 1: I. Schoenlelder, C. Henning, E. Frank, B. Aldrich. M. O'I.eary, L. Struck. ROW 2: I. Lockwood, A. Meyer, E. Good-
hue, K. Ciunpston, C. Linch, I. Thayer, E. Brehm. ROW 3: B. Carter, C. Gruenhagen, B. Haines, I. Weining, N. Patch,
I. Arendt. F. Belling.
Units One, Two and Five
RUVV 1: U. Culver. E. Sulnlctl. K. Mmurwm. .-X. l.uL-kc. B. Sludek. I. Tlemscll. NT. Dixqm. ROVV 2: VI. Berck. L, Nrwwomy. Cl
Ilcixilin. 'l'. Andrei. XVCllCI'liI1QI. K. IIOIUHIZIIUI. Us-rmlvy. I.. Dunlap. C, Bolcmik. K, Zaimzm. ROVV '31 I. VVilmot. Hum
XI. Clxartrmmg V. Ifvlclman. VI. Cwrey. Ii. Rey es. Nlilchcll. CI. Harrix. S. U1'vcl1s0l. S. Curlsfm. ROW' 4: KI. Hem. VI. Fellhzuner
R. Spalding. NI. Nliln-ic. N. VzmderPmuI. B. Hartley. Mary Bzxllunl. Marjrwrie Ballard. ROW' 5: P. VVeidner. Vundvnliewg
NT. Ilammcr. S. Inmln. C. Canmuly. I.. Dunham.
Units Six and Seven
RUVV l: S. Kfmehlor. D. Curr. I.. Smilh. K. Kalta'nbmn'N. VVL-rl. ROVV 2: I., Ymmg. F, Hnizdzl. K. Fklwlm. W. Divrks
H1 Jn I
. Myers. VI. Czirlasrm. ROVV '52 K. Bc hg, S, Radvr. M, Imygsdoll. A. VVHSC . Bmxstcac.
ROW l: H. Ticrnan. Nl. Andre, R. Hill, C. Iohmon. K. Anderson. ROW 2: K. Ersiad, lVl. Plaude. L. Hughes, M. Hasscllvusch
T, Halvmson. ROW' 3: I. Hogan, L. Cummings. J. Thomas. D. Wilkans. M. Thmrdsen, S. Hitt.
ROW l: Ann Sowers, Sandra Hammers, Pat Hammond. Corinne Dahley, Lee Cramer. ROW 2: Nancy Bergman, Suzanne
Day, Ianine lngmanson, Diane Follrner, Ruth Sheils, Lucille Pampel, Caroline Erickson.
RQVV IQ: 1. I.LlI1Ql'SC'N, I. lhxlford. S. Hmxscmzm. S. Page, B. Murphy. B, Hugolmnn. L.. Krohy. I.. Abmmsmw. RUVV Q: I. Poll-
mvxvr. IL. Staws. P. Hippie, D. Ywsl. I. 'NVmmirk. Cl. Iluhlvy. I. Pvlorwn. T, Kvmnur. C. Moyer. ROVV '51 S. Hayuvs. S. Hum-
. 5 .
mcgrs. P. Hzmxwfwmd. 1. jrmlmstrm. B. Ocsl. I.. Amlermu. Iv.. Clr41buv1'. RUVV 4: YI. fJYOI'f.IllHI'd, YI. Slwvnmkcr. B. I rmmm, 1. Ort-J.
C. Trrrxvl, NI. Kc-rdus. D, Huiv. Nl, lluttvm. P, Vlillvr. Nzxrgor.
ROVV l: P, Sim-ox. K. .-XiYr0. K. PSQIICTIZ, K. Nluxwlmll. M. Alslumlw. C. Nlulrluxwic-l. ROVV 2: K. l.ucz1s. C. Komwp, CI. Calwrl
9 Strcvmlcx' I Tumcr, I.. Dcnkinger. RUVV '31 II. Rcmink. P. NIL-Umuzxld, D. Maier, C. Pcwsch. A. Nurcrnl. ROW' 4: S
-Clrme, D. Bwslmrl.
Eilcaxer, INIPIIKJINDSOII. NI. Drew. P. Lmming, I. Bvrgc. ROVV 3: N, I.0I'grvn. l.. Niebaum, I. ML
Units Twelve ancl Thirteen
ROW l: B. Geiger, C. Beardrnore. I. Bohlke, A. Griffith. I. DeWall. S. Portzline, L. Berg, E. Gound. ROW 2: S. Barton
G. Davis, B. Wendt. T. Ness, S. Margosian. M. Sloan, I. Gesas. D. Hall. ROW 3: B. Blong, I. Olson, T. Drahozal, L. Poini
dexter, N. Buell. M. Smith, M. Acheson. M. Greene. ROVV 4: E. Nelson, K. Hedberg, K. Tokarczyk, M. Helland, D. Dinsmore,
IVI. Geyer, I. Lund, L. Grimm.
ROW l: L. Mandas, B. Brown, P. Harker, M. Gaines, E. Garlock. ROW 2: Moore, I. Holzhammcr, L. Daleiden, M
Anderson, L. Houck. ROW 3: K. MCGrigl'1t, Ulland, I. Hampton, S. Gavitt, D. Franklin, K. Diddy.
ROW l: Ianct Henderson. Kit Zaiman. Mary Ann johnson, Cheryl l.ziPlame, Cheryl Powell. Janie Walker. ROVV 2: Andrea
Hastings. Carol Porter. Diane Abegg. lan Ioslin. Linda Niebaum. Pal Baxter.
New Student Council
ROW l: A. Wilson, Kruse, L, Lyon. F. Scudder, K. Lacnerlz. S. Clancy, C. Bailey, C. Schlcihs. ROW 2: P. McDonald.
N. Crandineiti, I. Dewall, NI. Ballard. C. Linton, V. Bergstrom, A. Norcott, M. Helland, B. Rohsc, C. LziPlar1te.
ROW I: Linda Schulz, jamie Vxfzilker, Diane Ahegg. Louisa Young, Dianne Donaldson. ROW 2: Connie Henning, Virginia
Drcehsel, Virginia Riser, Sally Crulke, Ioannzi PCICISUII. D00 Maddy.
ROW 1: P. Newell, E. Curl, K. Kepiiord, I.. Niebaum, K. Zaiman, A. Pavih. ROW 2: K. Crew, C. Davis, M. Endahl, M.
Geyer, S. Page, S. Chester, S. Guttenfelder.
ROVV l: Mary Kay Cook, Christie Iohnson, Joyce Dexyall. ROW l: Izxnet Henderson, Merry Rausrher, l,eAnne Berg,
Imincttc Brecse, Ian Joslin, ROW 2: Mary Gaines. Betsy Rebecca Hubbell, Ioanne Peterson. ROVV 2: Carol Harris,
Boardman, Mary Austin, Merrilce Endzihl. Mimi Moyer. Sheila Lenit, Darlynn Mickle, Sarah Portzlinv.
ROVV l: Pat Baxter, Mary Hoyland, Emily Cound, Janice ROVV 1: Veatrice johnson, Iulianne Arendt, Carla Beard-
Qargilc, jar-lynn Mittqlslaclt. ROW 2: Louisa Young, more, BOVV 2: jackie Wert. Ann Hjermstad, Carol
llrancy Scudder, Gale Bailey. Bonnie Bachman. Carrnnie Potter,
Schleihhs, 1 4
Westlavxfn, serving its last year as a nurses, dor-
mitory, houses the senior nursing students, prac-
tical nursing students, graduate students and stu-
dents in the X-ray technician program. All these
girls eat their meals at the hospital and attend
many of their classes in the hospital area, the sys-
tem of tunnels connected to Westlawfn has proven
to he a great convenience for them.
Westlawn participates in many university func-
tions, it had Finalists in the Miss SUI Pageant
during the last two years.
Since their interests are largely centered on the
University Hospital, Westlawn eoeds include the
patients in their Christmas plans. Caroling, an
original show, and contributions to a Worthy
cause bring satisfaction to the patients and to the
residents of Westlawn alike.
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Nursing students form an interesting pattern of white as
they gather after class.
ROW l: K. Iones, S. Regan, I. Nichclson, S. Thomas, D, Grundmeier, A, Larson, M. Walsh. ROW 2: C. Tappan, I. Caisley
B. Scholtes, M. Bachman, I. Bode, B. Charnoski, P. Maxhcim, 5. Sheridan, B. Piep0r.
Marcia Gilliland, Karla Scitz, Deanna Grundmoicr, Ian Staton, Ioan Fernaid.
RCW l: Susan Tatum, Sheila Regan, Mary Bacliman, ROW 2: Ianet Harm ell. Charlotte Hooker, Indy Floy
Mary Griswold, Ian Bode, Marilyn Griffiths, Rosemary Robinson.
Roberta Hayes, Diane Forsek, Ruth Drewis.
Iudy Floy, Sally Sheridan, Karen Abel, Carole Mohni
jean Fuller, Margie Walsh, Sandi Zimmerman.
A seminar can be quite funny at times.
Much of the effort and budget of Hillcrest As-
sociation was directed this year toward the im-
provement oi facilities, including expansion of
the stereo and television rooms and relocation and
expansion of the laundry facilities.
Constructive steps were also taken to develop
an increasing cooperation, between the men's
dorms. Hillcrest and Quad made plans to combine
their efforts toward a spring social event, and both
dorms investigated the possibility of incorporating
Hillcrest into KWAD radio network.
Hillcrest continued its cooperation with Project
Aid this year by bringing top name entertainment
to the campus.
The dormis most anticipated event, the spring
dance and crowning of the Hillcrest queen, was a
grand ending to a year of real progress and
ROW l: Price, V. Varney, I. Spangler, R. Gardner, H, Russo, D. Zahn, O. Carter, I. Platt, D. Netherton. ROW 2: B.
Carruthers, G. Kuhl, M. Kennett, K. Clark, I. Park, R. Blunck, W. Renandcr, P. Dahlstrom, M. Goldsberry. ROW 3: R. Feller,
P. Christiansen, R. Clausman, L. Becker, C. Ryan, R. McLane, D. Leonard, R. McKnight.
ROW l: L. Becker, C. Green, T. Wunderlich, C. Streit, I. Cardullo, R. Fey, R. Echternacht. ROW 2: Weigel, S. Fitzsirnmons,
T. Hanson, G. Iohansen, I. Wojcilciewicz. I. Ficeli. D. Daedlow. ROW 3: Hoolc, R. VVeStplahl, D. Scott, D. Higgins. R.
Prange, D. Schild, Nl. Barry, R. Daetsch. ROW 4: R. Holcomb, D. Chute, D. Balsley, M. Prochaska. Turner.
ROW l: W. Neth, B. Harris, E. Karlson, W. Wulf, D. Batman. ROW 2: R. Magnuson, M. Reifschneider, R. Clough, T.
Kurth, M. Bryant, I. Wankum. ROW 3: B. Iohnson, R. Foresrnan, C. Houdesheldt, R. Anderson, I.. Iones, R. Hays.
ROW ls l. Price, D. Ely, S. Simmers, P. Dahlstrom, M. Coldsberry, W. Nevvbrough, R. Bierscheid, H. Schweitzer, R. Holtz.
ROW 2: E. McKee. G. Kerslalae, D. Pfellcr, I. Rector, Nl. Iohnston, 1. Rice, P. Moore. 1. Cook, L. Newlin. ROW 3: L. Bmmrnel,
R. Kane, Bringelson, D. Evans, N. Brown, B. Bright, C, Peterson, K, Cghrg,
ROVV I: W. Rvnandcr. Bonth. CI. Looper. I1 Martin. VV. Sigsbve. RUVV 2: D. Cnplin, F. Tzlngrcn, E. 'I'rrmugInon, G. Arm
Strofgf I- Iirandt. ROW 3: Cl. Bz1gnaII. I. Brooks. P, Munsrrn. R. Heirnlmch. I.. Fcrris. ROW -I: K. Pvtorsrmn. K. Kent. I. I,ind
R. SCIYCF. IL. Arnold. I.. Olnvy.
ROXV I: C. NQIUIO. IJ. Lcrmnzarcl. .'X. Hfwstvtler. Pzlnlscn. I. YM' SHT! I BI:1Xc'r IQUVV '5' If I7iRI1cr H Clrqx' IJ Cru I
Sw-her. S. Cftmh.. Row A. xt. mp. Is. rsmtt. T. Cyn-1-wII.T. wt1,m.'x1'fSmit.' Remy 4fXx'.'1:.,I5m-IQ 'r'ffr1a1i6n. il. Iliitifi
N. Yun VVU10. VV. 'I'1'm'is. K. IfsIc1r.
ROVV 1: M. Drain. D. Sc-hztlekamp. S. VVuIPF. P, Joyc-0. Dryer. R. Mt-Knight. M. Pctvrsen. P, Mwnnhnn. R. johnson. ROVV 2
G. Barr-Ia. R. Snell. I. Lundgren. W. Green. D. Richards, 'I'. Madsen. I. Stuart. I. McLane. ROVV 'Sz M. Imam-In, C. Smith. K
CoIIman, I. Bowcrlnastcr, I. Flatt, W. Bateman. K. Coom. W, Popper. ROW LI: I1 Zahn. W. Irvine. R. Knox. B. Strrmther
G. Brooks. S. Vchrs.
ROVV l: S. Goldsron, Nl. Cc-tsclier. D. Stcnmietz. l.. Sc-ott, IZ. Thompson. C. Kulil. D. McBlain. ROVV 2: Hampton. B.
Pierrot. 1. Betterley. D. Bonnett. C. Cznnlns. G. Swain. .-X. Hankins. R. Scherulnel. T. Vvlillqin. ROVV 3: T. Vv'iesc'. It Shillington.
R. Hair-Icy, I. Smith. P. Humlwrt. 'XVigl1t. ROW 4: I. Drzycimslii, C, jones. D. Vxfilltins. R. Day. I. Kilmer, E. Ilariin.
E. Eettli. M. Teal. ROXV 5: T. Vvflfd. NT. Bloom. l. Lolilf. 1, Tevis. P. lfrenr-li. C. Simms. C. VNl2lIlI'1lI1g6'l'. S. Hotli. I. Helxcr.
ROVV 1: D. Eells. C. Davidson, I. Papp, C. Coll. G. Olinc, I. Cross. l. Park. ROW 2: O. Bonn. R. Raumgartcn. C. Barton,
Bosonac, D. Price. D. Dessingfer, R. Gardner. R. Wollin. ROW fl: I. Fowles. W. Burnett, W. Howell. I.. Kvtclsvn. VV.
Henderson, R. McLane, Ware. ROW 4: R. Stucker. R. Schumacher, M. Roddy, VV. Roberts. I. Hurley. D, Sayre, P, Parsons,
Smith. ROW 5: R. Miller. G. Lewis, D. Barker. S. Rozc-li, K. Miller. C. Fields. C. Edwards, D. Hzrrmolinlc. D. Netlwerton.
ROW l: C. Croll. A. Sudimack. M. Kennett, R. linkin. G. Vande Kamp. G, Reznicelc. R. Wood. B. Hollmeier. ROW 2: R.
Miller. V. Varner. I. Sclwneidc-r, D. Sclnneiser. I. Vande Kamp. R. Feremce, R. Wheatley. O, lolinson, ROW 3: R. Spfivcly, H.
Russo. Fink. S. Hiland, S. Digwo. D Morrissey. Christiansen. R. Bren-hwald.
ROW l: D. Williams, K. Crichlow, D. lfliger, A. Wohlleil, R. Feller. O. Carter. ROW 2: M, Kissinger, H. Schultz, D. Ireland
I. Edson, l.. Lasack. A. Niyhra. ROW 3: I. Spimglur, R, Dodge. I. lessen. D. Broun. I. McfVIOrri5, ROW -1: T. Lightfoot, D
Clow, I. Buvh. D Maison. D Marlin. D Mack,
ROW l: I. l.tJI'lLlI'lg3Il, A. Bode, I. Cordes, M. Babu, R. Blum-lx, I. Bringelson. D, Exam, I., Brummel. ROVV 2: K. Yam D0-
Venter, M. Bunge, K. Carlson. Buswell. D, DvCowtc-r. VI. VVag11er. li. NMKQQ. ROVV '51 C. Dziwmn, Hzmgz1rtl'1z-r. P. Seelau
R. Gubharrl, R. Schrader. l. Platt.
ROW l: G. Tisuhler, S. Horne, R. Riessen, B. Carruthers, I. Hentzel. D. Breneman. ROW 2: E. Heimz, I. Saar, H. Mammen.
C. Mensching, I. Schafer, R. Bruning, L. Herb. ROW 3: D. Simpson, E. Ianson, A. Rusk, B. Sheets, W. Nesbit, I. Vespa, F
Hull. ROW 4: D. Kladstrup, W. Burnette, D. Daake, S. Nichols, R. Kryder, C. Disselhorst, R. McLane. ROW 5: P. Christian-
son, R.Tharp, R. Green, M. Williams, S. Treiber, W. Decker.
ROW l: C, .-Xnclvrsmi. C. This. S. Roberts, l.. Vlyzitl. C. Ryan. F. Bunn. M. Quandi, M. Zahnlc. ROW 2: R, Smith, W. Cook.
T. Bohhitt. VV. Melzrnd. T. Brinker. NI, Swccm-y, P. Ilicks. ROVV '31 D, Cornish. C, .-Xiiclcwswii. D, Bell. Nl. lfvisruii, O. Arsts.
ROW l: lf McCaw. W. Wolfl, K. Clark. R. Miller, W. King, K, MQ-sser, F. Perkins, M. Taylor, D. P2lL'liill'Cl, R. Srnrha. ROW 2:
R. Shafer, R. Aldrich, R. Steward. T. Stroopc. D, Topinka, C. Ryan. S, Roherts. TVI. Lynch, S, Carl. M, Pratt, ROW 3: 1.
Frederick, R. l.undgrC-n, I. Leseney. Wessels. R. Rrmdamaker. M. Kulik, I. Olsen. I. Simon. B. French.
ROW l: M. Hynes, NI, McBride, R. .-Xndorsoii, I. VVilsrm. R. Rf'llUl1Q2lI'il'I1. lf, Rasniussen, ROYV 2: F. Tiingivn. L. Barium. R.
Clausman, G, Sniitli. T. johnson. K. Clierryholmq-5, ROW 3: T. VVe'llc'r. Q. Collkmiin, R, Mailxen. Bright. M. Ivimings, D.
Lieizau. ROW -lx VI. liarlcy. 1. Ilawirey. C. Malone. A. Druivciiga. CI. Mi-Cahc.
Van Der Zee House
ROVV l: Nl. jungling, VV. Hicks. D. Balglccn, R. Coon. R, Bonne. ROW 2: 1. Rounds, A, VVoodi'o1'd. l. Sullivan. S. Quinn,
P, Fiala. K, johnson. L. VVz1lsliirv. ROVV 3: D. Martin. T, Prihlvn, K. Baxter. G. Nlarliwoll. D, l.ol'iiis. D. Grzining. l, Siarr.
ROW 4: I. Reimer, D. Mason, G. Mills, K. Koesier. I, llarnagcl, l. Uuscnbcry. H. Glin-ken. I. Pcnclvrgmlt.
Orientation, Facilities and Scholarship
ROVV l: lnlin F, lj1'iL'0. lDI1I'I'Cll Nc'tl'i0i'mn. Vernon Vzirncr. Umiglm Zzilin. jcslm Vvrslveg. RUVV Q: Cir-rzild liulil. Clary Ryan.
I. Siruclovr. l.klI'!'y Rvckcr. lQOl1I1Cll1 Clark. Rolnurt Qi2lI'Lll'll'I'.
ROW l: Stvphcn Carl. Charles Fields. Inhn VVilsrin. Dnn Lfiftus. l.c0 Kraus. ROVV 2: Clary Inlianyen. Stephen Fiixsimninns,
lon Bnuerinaster. Kc-nnctli Koen.
ROW 1: Vernon Varner, Iohn Price, Harris Russo, Douglas Zahn, Robert Gardner, Iohn Platt. ROW 2: Glen Anderson, Paul
Chrislianson, Richard Mc-Lane, William Sigsbee, Mae Goldsberry, Darrell Netherton, I. Spangler, I. Park, D, Feller.
ROW l: Mac Goldsberry, Gary Oline, Ioseph Cardullo, Craig Golf, Ronald Scott. ROVV 2: Melvin Ellis, Leslie Blaser,
William Decker, Elvin Thompson, Stephen Dryer.
ROW l: R. Riessen, R. Miller, I. Platt, C. Gambs, D. Mason. ROW 2: R. Miller, M. Getscber, R, Speedy, R, Bruning, F. Hull,
P. Christianson, R. Feller
ROW l: R McKnight, T. Lightfoot, I. F. Price, W. Sigsbee, T. Wunderlich. ROW 2: I. Rounds, R. Baumgarten, A. Wohlfeil,
I. Buch, I. Ver Steeg. ROW 3: L. Scott, E. Bunn, C. Noble.
ROW lz Richard McLane, Gerald Green, Steve Wolff, Mike Harley, Al Hostetler. ROW 2: Michael Babe, Robert Holcomb,
Mike Hynes, Don Eells, Mike Kissinger.
Members of the Hillcrest Hand work hard at a scheduled rehearsal
"No kidding, you,YC got me so snowed Isve lost my ZIPDCIIIC.
ROVV l: VVilliarn Koellner, Larry Crain, l.arry Bailey.
Vxfilliam Holtz. Eugene Olson. ROVV 2: Steven Gum-
biner, Tomas Vvagner, Douglas VVoll'e, Richard Nell. Kerry
Alberti, james lwirgason.
A small part ol' the University as a Whole, Quad-
rangle nevertheless houses a unique complex of
students and student activity. Quad's traditional
appearance is modified both by its modern recre-
ational lacilities-a darkroom, music room, ping-
pong tables, TV room and library-and by its
activities-social exchanges, newspaper and movies.
Quad participates in many University lunetionsg
but one of the most popular originates within its
own walls, the KWAD interdorm radio station.
Supported by Burge, Currier, Westlawn and
Quad, it serves students with music twelve hours
each day. KWAD's most special feature occurs
during final week. There is around the clock
broadcasting of study music as well as live broad-
casts by professors on the subject matter ol their
ROW l: S. Cumbiner. K. Alberti. W. Koellner, F. Fumducker. l.. Crain, Olson. ROW 2: D. Wolfe, S. Ludeman. D. Reid.
N. Rains, U. Widmer. l. Ashton. ROVV '31 D. Larson. l. Radda. Vust, ll VViese, I, Rohwedder. ROVV -l: P. O'Neill. O.
Over, T. Wagner, R. Nell.
Upper A, Lower E, North Tower
ROW l: CI, Lee, S. Haus, T, Skillicorn, D. Coflie. A. Schulte. ROW 2: H. Sakirnoto, W, Olson, R. O'Connor, I., Crain, W.
Fravcrd, T. Ebersole. ROVV 3: W, Koellner. R. Beach, C. Goedken, I. Hartzog, I. Whitehotistw, ROW 4: W. Holtz, I. Furgason,
R. Skinner. D. Frager. R. Baurngartcn. ROW: I. Peifler, M. Kirby, I. Falk, I. Fawcett, D. Gartner.
Lower and Upper C and D
ROW l: K. Henry, D. Mori, K, Alherti, S. Gumloincr, G. Miller, B. Vollrner, I. Oshorne, I. Carton, D. Schuldt, D. Odle. ROW
2: R. Briclcson, W. Rath. M. Willett, I.. Horn, N. Briggs, D. Leistikow, P. O'Neill, V. Wells, R, Frink, G. Cummings, T. Smith.
ROW 3: I. Haskett, R. VVr,modford, W. Tronirner, D. Morgan, T. Tulty, R, Smith, G, Barker, T. Rawson, P, Di Blasio, R. Cook,
B, Baum, B. Brown. ROW 4: A. Dickson, D, Ogzttzt, P. Armstrong, W. Scihert, W, Strohzich, D. Nolte, E, Elledgc, B. Bartels,
I. Burton, P. Sohalle. ROW 5: D. Wiese, C. Facklcr, T. Critz, S. Linn, D. Reid. C. Knoot. M, Van Zee, W. Hoyt, W. Miller,
S. Ludeman, I. Thatcher, W, Mills.
Lower A and B, Upper B
ROVV l: A, Carver. C. VVrwll'c-, K. Slwlman. li. Gearllzxrt. T, Xrv21QfY'lQI', l.. Bailvy. N. Bvrwn. VV, lung. .'X. Sloncr. M, Hill, D
zmsvn. ROVV 2: j. Sarfl. l., Shows. 1, Camdvn. I, llill. J. Svnicwr. 'lf llinmzm. R. Nvll. G. Hoc-lam. D, Wvgnmg M. Appleby
I Bmklrm. RUVV '33 li. Buck. D. Vvbllc. Nl. NIwC1.m5'. li. IVlcl5cm. H. VVirlx. Nfl. llllf warcl. Cf. Sxumsfm. T, Slwumimky, I. Hrmzlrcl
ROVV 4: T. Keim. Nl. Ylalrmv. D. l:LlllON, S, Dalums. R. Slum. l.. Rullim. D, lonseu. Nl. Vx'ug1wr. ROVV 3: 5. Sp-holbx'o:l4
. loskins, 'lf Halstc-ml. T. Rumora. li. NlCc.2LllI'f', l.. Eclxxzlrds. I. llzmig, l.. Ilerln.
S, E and W Towers
ROVV l: lf. Olson. R, Berry. R, Spain. P. Nflillvr. C. Buhlen. ROVV 2: Rzldcla. VV. Vxlestplml. I. Daniel. I. 'l'0gele1'. M
aulwr. D. Miller. ROVV fi: G. Isvnlvrwger. P. Rust. Oliver Uwr. F. Tnpy. R, Riedesvl. VV. Nmlcan. ROVU -lr A, Kirlalmrt
scar Over, ID. DuVz1ll, D. Van Zee. C. Graves. l
The Quadrangle Cafeteria serves its students and also caters to the public
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ROW lr Paul Tyler. Robert Shadle. Ronald Wendt.
Bernie llowerter. Michael Sellers. ROW 2: Everett Sortor.
Norman Dunlap. lohn Norland. Russell Kock.
The one hundred men of South Quadrangle
enthusiastically proclaim theirs as the best dorm
on the SUI campus. due to its excellent rooms,
modern facilities and generally congenial atmos-
phere. More unique is South Quadrangleis size
and structure: it is the smallest and the only non-
boarding dormitory on campus. Board contracts
are available. however. if one prefers dorm food.
For purposese of dormitory government. South
Quadrangle is divided into five sectionsg but being
a small dorm it does not function in distinct parts.
The basic unity. cooperation and craftsmanship
of its men has come to the fore. giving South
Quadrangle first prize among dormitory' floats in
the past two years. lts proud men look forward
to establishing this as another SUI Homecoming
RQVXZ l: I. Watson, R. Wendt. V. Wilkie. I. Halterman. Larson, ROVV 2: R. Pas, VV. Blomker. L. Enyart, lf. Pankey,
M- Ulmfllll, M- SCll0f'PPH0l'- ROW 'Sz M, Sellers. Norland. D. Don. R. Shadle. N. Dunlap. RQVV -1: R, Howerter, D,
Blomker, P. Tyler. F. Sortor. R. Koelc.
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"Such a big choice I have! I can either do these dishes or studyf'
Off-campus housing offers a special opportunity
to those students who prefer a more autonomous
college life. All unmarried undergraduates under
21 years of age must live in University-approved
The inspection division of the University De-
partment of Health approves residencesg the Office
of Student Aliairs keeps a listing of approved resi-
dences for undergraduates. This office also pub-
lishes a newsletter for off-campus students in order
to maintain friendly relations and to develop an
understanding of the studentis responsibilities in
living off campus.
lt's nice to be able to raid the refrigerator when-
ever you feel hungry.
"Hey, fellas, three more books and we can buy
an automatic stamp-moisterxerf'
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These new modern Hawkeye Apartlnents are home to many married student couples.
These barracks in Stadium Park are home to others.
Alpha Chi mega
It's the last cozy of the year and th
c candle has just
been passed. Another girl is pinned and another song is
sung. Looking back over the past yea
, thc Alpha Chis
remember the fun, hard Work and rewards.
OFFICERS Durin the ast school ear the Al ha Chis have rovcn
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' . themselves leaders in activities such as ricntation Coun-
Preszdent . , . BONNIE PEFTINGILL '
Vice P ,l t L S cil, Woinenis Recreation Association, Profile Previews,
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C H IN ISLER Union Board, Seals, Student Senate Subcommittees, Asso-
Secretary . . SANDRA ENGLH ciated Women Students, U nivcrsity Sing Publicity, cheer-
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Une ol' Alpha Chi Omcga's main house activities was
the Christmas party for the Handic
It was a full and exciting year, with
Homecoming iioat, parties, and student,
The Alpha Chis seem to share everything!
queen contests, a
Mary Sue Baker
Mary Mel ,end
Donna Ieanne Nye
Mary Sue Brownlee
Judy Van Vlack
Cennene Ver Vais
Alpha Beta Chapter
Alpha Delta P1
The A D Pis will always remember their last year in the
house at 222 North Clinton: Homecoming.. . their
elaborate float which won first place for beauty . . . a
lockout which held surprises for both actives and pledges
. . . the "Mother Gooseu pledge prom . . . presenting
carefully filled stockings to their dates at the Christmas
party . . . University Sing . . . Easter and spring . . .
candy eggs in your shoes . . . Mother's Day Weekend.
A D Pis were kept busy in such activities as Union
Board, Old Gold Singers, Mortar Board, Project AID,
Highlanders, Orientation, HAWKEYE and People to People.
They also spent time each week in several hospitals and
nursing homes in Iowa City, giving talent shows, organiz-
ing games and reading to the patients.
D Pis enjoy frolicking W
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Delta Epsilon Chapter
Excitement surrounded the traditional Dad's Day cozy
when an Alpha Phi dad was announced the "SUI Dad of
the Year." This elimaxed the fall activities for the Alpha
Homecoming was a time lull of Work and iung winning
second place in humor for their float with the Phi Gams
and campaigning for their Miss SUI semi-finalist were just
a few of the many activities.
Throughout the year the Alpha Phis entertained guests
for dinner on Wednesday nights, Special events included
the traditional Christmas party, the Winter formal, a eos-
tume party with the Gamma Phis, the spring luau, and
working on the philanthropic project-cardiac aid.
The Phis were represented on Mortar Board, Union
Board, Angel Flight, Highlanders, l'lAWKEY1i, Orientation
and Profile Previews.
Pledges join the active Alpha Phis for Friday night eozies.
Barb Ah rens
Mary lane Klepinger
Mary Lou Nebel
Donna lean Perkins
Mary l.ou Stork
Mary Cath Cooper
Cathy De Muth
Mary Io Mitchell
The Alpha Xis have the greatest of memories for the
l963-64 school year. The Homecoming parade alone holds
the unforgettable excitement of capturing the sweepstakes
honors for the second consecutive year with their entry-
"Happiness is Homecomingi'--plus the Kiwanis award for
the best fraternity Hoat.
Christmas time meant a tree decorating party, a Christ-
mas buffet and a "Cheerful Cherub Week" to liven the
The beginning of second semester again found Alpha
Xis as old and new members of Highlanders, Mortar Board,
Alpha Lambda Delta, AWS, WRA, and NEA Executive
Boards, SPI board, Union Board and CPC subcommittees,
Seals, People-to-People, and Pep Club.
Memories of the past and promises for the ,future rounded
out a perfect year for the Alpha Xis.
The open kitchen at the Alpha Xi house tempts hungry Coeds with bedtime snacks
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Take one part work. one part enthusiasm, and one part
fun: VVhat do you get? A fVliss SUI. first plaee in Home-
eoniing hadge sales, and a trophy-winning ffoat, With a
year starting this way. the Chi Os went all out in their
' 1 ' inanv worthwhile endeavors. llavinv a faeultv fuest for
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dinner each week encouraged an atmosphere of serious
Pres1r1'r11t . . . NANCY SHINN Study,
l7liCf'fIJI'PXidl'l1l , , Nl,-,Ry MCGOUN The first annual Chi Umega Cotilfion highlighted the
ASHWHIVU l A U IZLHEN I EMHHQON itat s social talendai, and spring found the Psi Beta C. ap
T ter as hostess for the state-wide celebration of the national
reasurer . , . KEM MoLIN1i
Chi O aetivities ineluded executive positions in Angel
Flight, Highlanders. HAWKI-:Yii and Daily Iowan staffs,
SPI Board and Orientation Couneilg meniherships in Alpha
lambda Delta. Student Senate. and CPC, and a Pom Pont
Singing Chi Us enjoy their own brand of llootenany.
Mary Beth Blaliesley
Mary Ann Burde
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Sh a rie Olson
B. I. Redfield
Teas after football games, a party for Pine School chil-
dren, winter and spring formals, pumpkin and Christmas
caroling, and a Pansy breakfast for all senior women on
campus provided a full social calendar for the Tri Delts.
Activities participated in by the Tri Delts included High
landers, Union Board, Angel Flight Profile Previews resi-
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dent of YWCA, president of Seals and president of Little
Sisters of Minerva.
The main goal of service projects, such as bridge benefits
and selling candy, was to finance the awarding of a Tri
Delt scholarship to a senior Woman on the SUI campus
ounders Day, November 25th, marked Tri Delt's na-
tional seventy-fifth anniversary. Special festivities with
alumnae commemorated the eventful occasion.
The Tri Delts gather on their porch for
President ..,.. CONNIE HIPWELL
nt .... JEAN PORTER
Secretary .... PRISCILLA FOUNTAIN
Treasurer . . BARBA
some after dinner fun.
President ...... KAREN IVINS
VicevPresirIent MARY SCOTT VANDERVEER
Sccrelrlrtf. . . . ANN TRIMBLE
'I'n-asurer . . KAREN COUNTRYMAN
Homecoming morning lound a giant butterHy on the
DG lawn beneath a banner reading, c'ButterHy Home.
IU." Although the girls always had lun building house
decorations, still more rewarding was the project of tape
recording books for the blind, a service done in connection
with the DGS national project.
Remembering their main purpose for coming to the Unie
versity, the Delta Gammas proudly received the Panhel'
lenic scholarship trophy for the llith consecutive year.
Their Italian foreign exchange student, Anna Dassio.
made life at the house interesting and humorous with her
comments on American customs.
Included in campus leadership were the president ol
Iunior Panhcllcnic Association. vice-president ol' AWS. and
secretary ol Panhcllenic.
Italian student, Anna Dassio, entertains the DCs with tales of old Florence.
Mary Fran Cilek
loan Country man
Diane VanCain p
Mary Scott VanlJerVeer
Jo Ann Atkinson
Mary Ellen Ellis
Ann N aibert
Sara Sue Wilson
Among the highlights of the year for the Delta Zetas
was the fun and experience they had with music. Known
for their musical ability, the DZS upheld their reputation
when they received first place in University Sing with the
Phi Beta Pi fraternity. The DZs have also sung at Aesca-
Delta Zetas were represented in activities in all areas of
campus. These activities include AWS president and com-
mittee members, U-Sing chairman, Red Cross chairman,
Union Board and Orientation Executive Council.
DZ social events included a pledge-active Prison Party,
hayrides, annual formals and a party for the severely han-
dicapped children. Scholarship is emphasized at Delta
Zeta with three DZS on Mortar Board and Phi Beta Kappa
membership. The DZs are also active in honorary organi-
President .... BARBARA NUTTALL
Vice-President . . . JUDY ROSELAND
Secretary . . . . MARY HUNKINS
Treasurer . . Io ANNA ATKINSON
When getting ready for the big date, everyone wants in on the excitement.
Gamma Phi Beta
President ..... CAROLYN RABE
Vice-President. . . CAROLE ANDERSEN
Secretary . .
. . SUE CORSON
. PATTY LUTZ
"Consider yourself at homen was the invitation from the
Gamma Phis this year at their annual Halloween party
for crippled children and Christmas Fireside.
Friendliness of the Gamma Phis appeared all over cam-
pus in Angel Flight executive board, CPC, Panhellenic
president, senior class vice-president and Highlanders. In
scholarship they boasted of Phi Beta Kappas and three
Mortar Board members. Semifinalists in Profile Previews
and Dolphin show and attendant to Miss SUI were
In the social light the Gamma Phis had their annual
costume party and formal. For the first year, Gamma Phis
and Alpha Phis gave a themc party commemorating the
founding of their sororities at Syracuse University.
The nicest part of studying is the unexpected study break.
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Io Ann Olson
N. Lynn Bowman
Io Ann Chmura
Mary Ellen Erieksen
Rose Ann Lindsay
Beta Cmicron Chapter
Kappa Alpha Theta
In September the Thetas converged on SUI .from all
parts of the country to put their enthusiasm to Work on
fall and Homecoming activities and Christmas caroling
with the Pi Phis.
This year Student Senate, People-to-People, Mortar
Board, Alpha Lambda Delta, Angel Flight, HAWKEYE staff
and other groups kept Thetas Working. Theta beauty was
especially Well represented by finalists for Miss SUI and
The Thetas emphasized academics by instituting nightly
study hours at the house and a counselor program.
The tradition of community service was not forgotten
for the Thetas serenaded the Iohnson County Home, gave
a party for the children of the Handicapped School, and
again supported a Korean child.
President .... CONNIE MAXWELL
Vice-President . . . LINDA NYQUIST
Secretary . . . SANDI SIEPERDA
Treasurer . . . KAY KINNE
Thetas have found that the front lawn is a great place to study on fall afternoons.
Beta Zeta Chapter
Kappa Kappa Gamma
President . . . Lmoix Ktwrz
l"'1'ee-Presidertt . . . N'lARILYN .lows
Secretary . . SHARON Ktmsiaizttx
Trerzstzrer . CAMMY Riimss
Kappa pltclges try th
"Keep stuffing those napkinsw were lamiliar Words heard
by Kappas during that busy time, Homecoming week.
KKC's energies were Vvell rewarded. however, when their
float built, with the Delta Upsilon fraternity won first place
in originality. The float featured an elephant. attired in
gold and black tennis shoes. "stomping out the Hoosiers."
Aetixities also kept Kappas busy this year. Among cam-
pus leaders, Kappas had positions as secretaries ol AWS
and Union, Board. treasurer ol Union Board. committee
head of People to People. CPC board member, Pageant
Board member and Chairman of Central judiciary and
International Festival. Kappas also held sub-eommittee
Kappas received scholastic honors from Mortar Board,
Alpha Lambda Delta and Phi Beta Kappa.
to tit the golden key in the door 1 I' the ehapter house.
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Mary Jo Schaetzel
Mary Ann Gustafson
Pi Beta Phi
Pi Beta Phis, interests this year centered around scholar-
ship and activities. All scholastic endeavors were acknowl-
edged when the chapter was awarded third place in schol-
arship at the annual Panhellenic dinner.
Pi Phis are active in such campus organizations as AWS,
CPC, Angel Flight, Pom Pom girls and Student Senate.
Homecoming Was a lun time for the Pi Phis and excitement
reigned when a Pi Phi pledge was chosen to be Dolphin
Queen and When the Pi Phi candidate for Miss SUI was
Socially the Pi Phis were active also. The pledges gave
a party for the actives and the Christmas season was festive
with the seasonal buffet. The Pi Phis again entertained
the football team, co-sponsored the Monmouth Duo with
the Kappas, gave a theme party with the Gamma Phis and
had a winter formal.
Secretary . .
Treasurer . .
A male visitor is greeted warmly at the Pi Phi door.
. . BECKY Ross
. . . DIANE DURFEE
. . LINDA Coss1T'r
. KAREN HENDRYX
Mary Ann Haase
Nlzny lo Robbins
Fern VVol Unger
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Alpha Omicron Chapter
Zeta Tau Alpha
Zeta's year Was filled with exciting social events and
activities. The October highlight Was a reception honoring
the Zeta Tau Alpha national vice-president. At this tea
the ZTAs entertained many campus dignitaries.
Service projects provided rewarding experiences for the
Zetas. In connection with the Cerebral Palsy Foundation,
they gave a party for the hospitalized cerebral palsy chil-
dren. The pledge project Was volunteer Working for the
transportation team at the University Hospitals.
ZTAS are active on campus in such organizations as
Union Board, CPC, Miss Perfect Profile Committees, High-
landers, WRA, orchestra, band and chorus. Zeta annual
functions include a Christmas stocking party and a house-
The porch of the Zeta house-a place for lingering
President ....... ION FISTIQR
Vice-President, . . RON SUNDERMANN
Secretary . , . JOHN HACKIJI'
Treasurer . . CHARLES HARRIS
Throughout the year the Acacians worked together on
projects lor the fraternity and for the community.
Social events of Acacia centered around house parties,
and included the Black and Gold Formal. a Christmas
party. and the Spring Formal. The annual 'iNite on the
Nilef! publicized by the pledge class dressed as Egyptian
slaves, is a tradition with all Acacian chapters.
Acacia members participated in campus activities, such
as Union Board and Student Senate sub-committees, and
athletics. excelling in basketball, fencing. gymnastics and
As service projects the Aeacians held a Christmas party
for severely handicapped children. and the pledge class
devoted a weekend to working for the Iowa Historical
Therels always time for a little good old fashioned singing at the Acacia house.
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"Please-. fellas, Fm an active!
Shaving cremn can be used lor many things!
M. A. Rosenstein
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Iota Upsilon Chapter
Alpha Epsilon Pi
l963-64 was another school year ol enthusiastic accom-
plishment lor the men of AEPi. Along with scholastic ef-
forts the AEPis managed a full social schedule, including
a "Cowboy Party," the annual Winter Formal and many
exchanges. Their Homecoming float, built with the Delta
Zetas, provided a combination of Work and fun.
There Was music in the air whenever the AEPis were in
sight, and this year they again serenaded delighted SUI
coeds with their own arrangements to guitar accompani-
ment. Music Was also important when the AEPis held a
songfest for thc patients at the Children's I-Iospital, now
an annual service project of the house. Alpha Epsilon Pi
balanced the activities for the year by participating in
many campus organizations.
These four AEPi brothers are hard at work at something.
. . ROBERT WORNAN
. . IACK ROSENBIERG
. RON FEDER
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Delta Beta Chapter
Alpha Tau mega
ATG alums were welcomed to Homecoming hy a giant
balloon released at half-time of the Iowa-Indiana game.
The fall social season, continued that evening with an
alumni-sponsored party. The winter formal, 'iAladdin's
Lamp," and the pool-side spring formal were complemented
by a full calendar of exchanges, serenades and informal
parties at the house in the Winter and "Woodsies" in the
The Taus were well represented on the varsity swim.
track, golf, tennis and debate teams, While having a very
successful year in intramnrals. Strong emphasis was again
placed on personal scholastic achievement among actives
and pledges alike. ATO men supported the Greek system
hy awarding its annual HHelp-VVeek', Trophy.
a liew ninstructionsi' for pledge lessons.
Ron U pham
Dave Kohlham mer
Alpha Beta Chapter
Beta Theta Pi
The Betas this fall renewed their program of coordinat-
ing an active social calendar with a rigorous scholarship
Several uthemen parties sparked the usual round of ex-
changes and get-togethers. A full social season began
before Thanksgiving with the annual "Barn Partyfi
Couples came dressed in country-style clothes, and the
newly redecorated house was transformed into a barnyard,
complete with hay and farm animals.
The Winter Formal in Ianuary created a more sophisti-
cated atmosphere for the Betas and their dates. Later in
the spring the "Bowery Bravvli' and the annual Mardi
Gras celebration kept the Betas busy.
The Betas again Worked at individual scholastic achieve-
ment and excelled in many areas of campus activities as
President . . MARTIN Sc11AnF1aR1.E,III
Secretary . .
Treasurer . .
Beta brothers congregate around the television set.
. . JAMES HAss
. MIKE STITT
l'5E .A K,
President . . . . MIKE NEW
Vice-President . . lVllKli SCHIAVONI
Secretary . , . IOHN DULIN
Treasurer . . FRANK SANDELL
The calendar of the Delta Chis was full after an active
year of social, academic and extra-curricular events. High-
lighting their house activities Were the spring and winter
formals, the Flintstone party, and the annual pajarna
party. Exchanges and informal parties were held more
often and helped to Fill the Delta Chi agenda.
The Delta Chis took an active interest in campus affairs
and participated both individually and as a fraternity. In
the fall the Delta Chis joined with the Tri Dells to build
their Homecoming float entitled nThe Same Old Story."
They maintained a balance between scholastic and social
life, and enjoyed their annual scholarship banquet at the
The D Chis have their own answer to the Brothers Four!
Dick l,utzelm an
joli n Pla-tulier
Delta Tau Delta
Delta Tau Delta began a busy year of social, scholastic
and extra-curricular activities with the football parties
after home games. Other social events highlighting the
year included the Winter Formal and a Christmas party
at the house. The Delts had a special reason for serenad-
ing Mrs. Birdsall, their housemother, at the Christmas
party, for it marked her fifteenth year with them. A festive
"Santan distributed mock gifts, and each girl contributed
an ornament for the tree.
The Delts have in their ranks many leaders of campus
organizations, including president of Student Senate and
the head of next yearis Orientation program.
A memorial award was established this year to be given
annually to the most outstanding pledge.
Treasurer . .
Delts get in a little putting practice right in their own living room.
. . . . RICHARD EDLER
. . . CARL BRUNST
. . CLARK VALENTINE
. LARRY FOSTER
Iowa Chapter of Delta Upsilon hegan the l963-64 year
on a high note hy Winning the international sweepstakes
trophy as the outstanding DU chapter.
On campus the DUs earned other honors. This fall
QFFICZERS they joined forces with the Kappas to huild their Home!
V coming float, which captured the first place trophy for
President . . . Davie NlARS'IiON Origilmlily.
Vice-President . . CZHRIS H,-,GEN VVhile maintaining a high standard of scholarship, the
Spcwtaly h I IIM SHEHRER Dlls. found time for xnany campus activities. DUS held
positions of leadership in lnter-Fraternity Council, publi-
Treasurer . P1fTiz SMITH
cations, and athletics. This year eleven DUS participated
in intercollegiate competition.
the fall i'Hoho
spring 'gpledge-Active Party" sponsored hy the pledge
the social calendar lor Delta Upsilon was
Party," now an annual function, and the
The Dl is measure their trophy for outstanding chapter achievement.
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Iota Chi Chapter
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Lambda Chi Alpha
The Lambda Chis enjoyed another year of high scholas-
tic ratings which are becoming traditional for the group.
Grades and studying are important to SUl's newest frater-
nity and its members strive for excellence in this area.
Another phase of their fraternity life is the social season
which this year was highlighted by the winter .formal on
the theme of "The White Rosef, The new fall pledges
planned a 6'Hobo" party for their pledge prom. A party
was also given for the crippled children at Christmas time.
The Lambda Chis are looking forward to Iune when
they will move into their new house. Formerly owned by
Alpha Delta Pi sorority, the house will be the closest fra-
ternity to the campus and will provide a home for a new
and fast-growing fraternity.
President ...... TOM YERKEY
Vice-President . . . MARV WELLIK
Secretary . . . . ROBERT CRESWICK
Treasurer . . . TERRY HURLBUT
"How about a little electric guitar action, Tom?"
Iowa Beta Chapter
Ph1 Delta Theta
The year held many varied service and social activities
for the Phi Delts. Participating in the johnson County
Polio Vaccine Campaign, entertaining underprivileged chil-
dren at a Christmas party and Working in their annual
Community Service Day highlighted some of the Worth-
The g'Shc-Delta-Thetan party, a three-day mock pledge-
ship for the boys, dates, led a roster of parties including
the annual Swamp Stomp and Buckaroo parties and the
The Phi Delts proudly displayed the Fraternity lntra-
mural Trophy and the ATO Help Week Trophy, captured
for the second successive year. Many Phi Delta Thetas
were active in campus organizations while the house main-
tained a good scholastic standing.
up for a lem swingin' songs.
Bill Van Orsdel
Alpha Beta Chapter
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Phi Epsilon Pi
Phi Epsilon Pi has demonstrated leadership in every
phase of campus life during the past yeari The fraternity
Won all three trophies lor the highest scholastic attainment.
placed high in intramural athletics and had many men in
responsible positions of student government.
Realizing that the attainment of social graces is also a
goal to be strived for, Phi Eps practiced their manners at
many exchanges and parties. Highlights included the Spring
Formal and Pledge Prom, now an annual affair, given hy
the pledges for the active chapter. The sun roof, Woodsies
and Greek Week activities added more enjoyment.
Sponsoring functions with other houses, the Phi Eps
worked toward the betterment of interfraternity relations.
Phi lips get in shape for the fraternity intramui ils
Mu Deuteron Chapter
Phi Gamma Delta
President ..... TERRY NOONAN
Corresponding Secretary JERRY DAVIDSON
Recording Secretary . . DAVE ROBERTS
Treasurer ...... BOB LANMAN
Scholarship ranked high with the Fijis this year as they
captured fourth place among the fraternities. Activities
rivaled a close second with Pep Club president and posi-
tions on Student Senate, IFC and Union Board among Phi
Cam achievements. Two Fijis were members of the Fresh-
man Intern Program and three more lcd the Iowa Cheering
Block as yell leaders.
Finding time to "swing out,': the Fijis held the annual
i'Apache Brawlj' and "Wine and Cheesel' parties and cli-
maxed the fall semester with a third consecutive trophy for
their Hoat, "The Hawkeyes Wonat Clown Aroundf'
Phi Cams represented themselves well in intramurals
and varsity football and basketball.
The Phi Cams dishwasher sometimes serves a double purpose.
B. B. Lanrnan
R. G. Vincent
I. Allen Carley
Phi Kappa Psi
The Phi Kappa Psis opened their house to alumni, dates
and friends with a buHet after each home game. The
crowds normally numbered 200 guests. Proudly displayed
at these openhouses were three pelts Won from other Phi OFFICERS
Psi chapters from campuses of the rival, and losing, teams.
Scholarship gained high recognition from the Phi President .-.- - TIM DUNN
Psis as they tried to recapture the fraternity scholarship Vice-president ..'- STEVE GIBSON
trophy. Much effort also Went toward two Worthwhile
service projects. Volunteer Workers for the Easter Seal Secretary ' ' ' DICK MONTGOMERY
Foundation and a Christmas tree-trimming party for han- TVCCISUVGT - - - - AL AXEEN
dicapped children headed the list.
The Spring and Winter Formals and the "Fall Brawl"
spiced up weekends for the Phi Psis. The annual "Jeff
Duoi' was again held with the Phi Gams.
Hungry Phi Psis raid the iccbox . . . what if Mrs. Claussen knew?
President . .
Alpha Phi Chapter
Phi Kappa Sigma
. . . GREGORY OLSON
, . . . PAUL DfXCiLlf
. ALAN Woooitousiz
Twelve University eoeds decked the new calendar put
out for the first time by the Phi Kappa Sigmas. The sweep-
ing success of the calendars brought about plans for an-
other next fall and thoughts toward making it an annual
Halloween saw the Phi Kaps and the Camma Phis bob-
bing for apples along with the thirty children being enter-
tained at the party.
Social events included exchanges, an annual Christmas
party and a special Christmas serenade with Carols and
favors for the womenis housing units on campus. Post-
game parties and the Winter and Spring formals provided
fun during the rest of the year.
Scholarship and activities held a strong note for the Phi
Kappa Sigmas with representatives on Senate Sub-eommit-
tees and the publication staffs.
Maryann and Sally are shoxvn their pictures in the Phi Kap Coed Calendar.
E. Dale Mask
Mrs. Fern Boardway
Larry I.. Ales
Robert A. Alex
Glen E. Clark
Dennis Nl, Gray
Lee R. Hitchcock
Cary C. lohnson
Richard D. loneS
David W. Klnnipar
R. Keel Krcinhringg
Lance B. l,ercher
Nels Alun Lundgren
Alan D. Vloocl
Gamma Mu Chapter
President . .
Secretary . .
Pi Kappa Alpha
. . . . GARY JOHNSON
. . IACK MARTIN
. . . RON HEDGLIN
. WAYNE THOMPSON
This fall the Pikes welcomed their new housemother
with a tea, and at Homecoming welcomed their alumni
with the float which won both the Sweepstakes title and
the Kiwanis Trophy lor originality. The Hoat, built in
conjunction with the Alpha Xi Deltas, featured characters
from the cartoon series "Peanuts.M
Collaborating with Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, the
Pikes entertained forty children from the Crippled Chil-
dren's Hospital as a Thanksgiving service project.
A full social calendar included exchanges, serenades, cos-
tume parties, two formals and the Founders' Day District
Convention in lVlarch.
Along with maintaining a high degree of scholarship,
the PiKAs were well-represented in campus activities and
Pikes discuss fraternity affairs over coffee in their "Ratskeller',.
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Iowa Beta Chapter
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
President ,..., lVlIKE LANNING
Vice-President . . VJILLIAM EASTON
Secretary . . . . RoBiaR'r FINCH
Treasurer . , VVTILLIAM HANCOCK
Always contenders for top intramural honors, the SAES
capped another successful year with firsts in golf, football,
The active SAE social calendar was highlighted by the
innovation of the Little World Series Sorority Softball
Tournament. It met with great success and will be planned
as an annual event. The climax of this year's tourney
came on Dad's Day when the KKGS defeated the Gamma
Phis before an enthusiastic crowd of students and parents.
Other SAE functions included the Pajama Party, the Sher-
wood Forest Party, and the Pledge Party.
Once again. the Little Sisters of Minerva were active in
SAE affairs. Their activities included the Christmas Tea,
a car Wash sponsored for the brothers, and caroling with
the chapter at Christmas.
The Alphs vvill have to appoint an official trophy polishcr.
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Alpha Eta Chapter
Representation on Student Senate, IFC, Project AID
Committee and Central Party Committee exhibited the
enthusiasm of the Sigma Chis. The house took second
place in their division of intramurals. Another second place
in beauty went to the Sigma Chi-Chi Omega Homecoming
Parties dotted the social schedule among exchanges. The
'Tlamlet Exchangefi a culture party With a personal Visit
from Hamlet, started the hall rolling. Christmas time
found the living room decorated with seven trees. A
Champagne Party and a "Black and Bluew party added
more highlights to the Sigs, social life.
The Sigma Chis rounded off a fun-filled year with their
annual Derby Days festivities.
President . .
Secretary . .
Treasurer . .
. . . . . DEAN DORT
. . . AL KOEHLER
. TOM CLAPSADDLE
. SCOTT BRUNTJEN
Sigma Chis wait their turn while the artist Finishes a charicature of one of the brothers.
Qt . .
Beta Mu Chapter
PI'l'Slll1Cl1fZ . . . . BILL ELLIS
l'I'cefPI'esI'rIeIII . , MICIIAIQL SIIUEY
Secremrif . . JIM VVATSON
Trerzsurer . . BILL VVIQLLS
The Sigma Nus pointed II ith pride to the newest addition
to their house. the Red Lion Lounge. The newly redeco-
rated basement, sporting a thick red carpet and a fireplace,
is the favorite gathering place ol Sigma Nus and their dates.
Leadership and participation. are the key words as the
Sigma Nus took part in campus activities. A pledge was
elected president Ol lunior Inter-Fraternity Council. Qther
members of the house held positions in Pep Club, Student
Senate and CPC. Second place in U-Sing Went to the
Sigma Nus and Gamma Phi Bctas. Intramural sports
headed the list of athletics enjoyed by the house.
The Polynesian Party. the annual Vilhite Bose Formal
at Christmas time and many exchanges rounded out a
lull social schedule.
The Sigma Nus and their dates cuddle up around their clierry fireplace.
Iowa Gamma Chapter
The men behind the 'Ped Doori' balanced their in-
terests between scholarship. social life, activities, and
Sigma Phi Epsilon was represented on Union Board,
Student Senate, Pep Club, CPC, Pageant Board, ODK
and Dolphins. Two Sig Eps became Phi Beta Kappas and
the house again was in the upper quarter of the fraternity
scholastic standings. The house was also host to George
Davida, a foreign student from Bagdad, Iraq.
The Sip Ep "Fellas" played at the Hawk and many
Greek parties and the crowning ol the Sig Ep Sweater Girl
and Sweetheart and the annual Rose Serenade were high-
lights ol the social year.
President ...... ToM DITTMER
Vice-President . . WAYNE TAYLOR
Secretary . . . BURNS MOSSMAN
Treasurer . . IAROLD EVANS
It looks here as though the Sig Eps have one of the most popular mascots on campus!
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Preszklent . , . Im CiOODMAN
Vice-President . . RICH BORCHIQRS
Secretary . . RICH RIEAY
'l'rensz1rer . . ROB lVlIT,I.liR
Throughout the year, the brothers ol' Sigma Pi leveled
the balance between social and scholastic activities, The
enjoyment ol their numerous parties. serenades. Greek
Week activities, and all-campus activities such as Home-
coming was indeed rivaled by their enthusiasm lor par-
ticipation in intramurals. Not to be outdone in the mu-
sical lield, the Sigma Pis organized a barbershop quartet
providing entertainment at many functions.
Once again their high scholastic average proved the
eilectiveness ol' their ellort to maintain responsibilities of
ln Working and living together the key word to the
successful maintainanee ol' the leveled balance at Sigma
Pi is cooperation.
"Please, mother, Fd rather do it myself!"
Ken De Boom
"I hope to make the 1964 HAWKEYE the best ever!" This was the statement I made to the
Daily Iowan shortly after my appointment as editor in the spring of 1963. Dedicated to this com-
mittment, I chose a top-notch staff and we settled down to begin production on the 74th volume of
Putting together a yearbook which would accurately and comprehensively represent the State
University of Iowa seemed quite a gigantic task in the beginning. We made a few basic changes in
the book, including a new section on schools and colleges and their faculties and a 16 page feature
on University expansion. The I-IAWKEYE office became a busy and constant hub of activity, both
day and night. Desks became cluttered, typewriters clicked, and Pepsi bottles collected on the little
green table. The pictures and the copy started rolling in-we were making a dent! The pressure
was on continually as deadline after deadline approached and was met. To turn out quality work
in record time was our immediate goal, this requiring many hard, hard hours of work. On Friday
nights when many were relaxingg on Saturday mornings when others were sleeping, work was in
progress on the HAWKEYE.
There were some undeniably bad days and plenty of headaches, but the good times, Bernie's
off-guard snapshots, and the rewards of accomplishment kept us going. As always, problems arose,
but the "panic buttona' went untouched thanks to the help and advice from Professor Peterson
and the staff members,
Many people had an important responsibility to this book, and no one let me down. This will-
ingness and eagerness to work is what made the 1964 HAWKEYE. So many deserve recognition
here that the space doe-s not allow, but I do wish to acknowledge the following for their part in
0 Mr. R. C. Walker, Miss Gene McRae and Auxier of Southwestern Engraving
Company in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for top quality engravings and invaluable advice.
0 Bill Bywater and Clarence Unash of Economy Advertising Company in Iowa City
for a beautiful job of printing.
0 lim Kent and his staff at University Photo Service for pictures.
0 Dilley Manufacturing Company of Des Moines for the HAWKEYE cover.
0 Iowa Alumni Association and University News and Information Service for a
wealth of information.
My special thanks go to my constant standbys . . . to my advisor, Professor Wilbur Peterson,
who never failed to have a reassuring word or a right answer at the right time . . . to Berne
Ketchum, whose pictures will hold memories for many SUI students and whose cooperation and
easy-going manner I will never forget . . . to Nancy Bergsten, without whose able assistance I may
never have gotten through the year . . . to Sue Artz, who will occupy my desk next year, for a fine
job of copy reading and editing . . . to Pat Vanl-Ieel for the big job of HAWKEYE identification
. . . to Tom Mosier and Iohn Anderson for photographic assistance . . . to Linda Winberg for her
time on the index . . . to Iudy Stevens and the business staff for their cooperation . . . to all the
editorial writers for well-written copy. Also a thank you to Bob Nandell and Ioe Lippincott for
their pictures . . . to the girls who helped at Photo Night, on the index or with identifications . . .
and to the many others who contributed in any way to the 1964 I-IAWKEYE.
The year is over now, as is the task to which the staff and I had dedicated ourselves during this
time. We are proud to present to you, the students, this 1964 I-IAWKEYE. For us, it is "the best
evern because it became so much a part of us. We sincerely hope it will bring enjoyment to you.
Administrative Ofiicers, 55
Alpha Chi Omega, 382
Alpha Chi Sigma, 258
Alpha Delta Pi, 384
Alpha Epsilon Pi, 412
Alpha Gamma Delta, 194
Alpha Kappa Alpha, 224
Alpha Kappa Gamma, 268
Alpha Kappa Kappa, 259
Alpha Kappa Psi, 231
Alpha Lambda Delta, 250
Alpha Phi, 386
Alpha Phi Omega, 257
Alpha Tau Omega, 414
Alpha Xi Delta, 388
Altunni Association, 60
American Field Service, 269
American Institute of
Chemical Engineering, 243
American Institute of
Industrial Engineering, 269
Angel Flight, 306
Art Department, 286
Associated Students of
Associated Women Students,
Baseball Team, 174
Basketball Team, 168
Beta Alpha Psi, 233
Beta Theta Pi, 416
Board of Regents, 54
Burge Hall, 334
College of, 65
Central Party Committee, 204
Chi Epsilon, 243
Chi Omega, 390
Christian Science College
Coaching Staff, 159
Collegiate Chamber of
Cross Country Team, 185
Currier Hall, 348
Daily Iowan, 150
Delta Chi, 418
Delta Delta Delta, 392
Delta Gamma, 394
Delta Sigma Delta, 238
Delta Sigma Pi, 233
Delta Tau Delta, 420
Delta Theta Phi, 247
Delta Upsilon, 422
Delta Zeta, 396
Dental Hygiene, 100
Dentistry, College of, 66
Dolphin Fraternity, 212
Drama Department, 288
Education, College ol, 69
Engineering, College of, 70
Eta Kappa Nu, 244
Fencing Team, 183
Football Team, 162
Gamma Alpha Chi, 256
Gamma Phi Beta, 398
General Nursing Students
Golf Team, 182
Graduate College, 73
Gymnastics Team, 176
Home Economics Club, 200
lnterdorm Presidents' Council,
lnterdorm Social Board, 228
Interfraternity Council, 226
Inter-religious Council, 272
Iowa Conservatives, 224
Iowa Memorial Union, 58
Iowa Student Bar Association,
Iowa Transit, 245
Iournalism, School of, 85
Iunior Interfraternity Council,
Iunior Panhellenic Council,
Kappa Alpha Theta, 400
Kappa Epsilon, 268
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 402
Kappa Phi, 273
Lambda Chi Alpha, 424
Law, College ol, 74
Letterman's Club, 220
Liahona Fellowship, 274
Liberal Arts, College of, 77
Marching Band, 284
Married Students, 379
Medical Student Council, 259
Medical Technology, 259
Medicine, College oi, 78
Miss SUI Pageant Board, 208
Miss SUI Pageant Committee,
Mortar Board, 251
Music Department, 278
Newman Club, 275
Nursing, College of, 81
Nu Sigma Nu, 261
Occupational Therapy Club,
O11 Campus, 375
Old Gold Singers, 285
Omicron Delta Kappa, 252
Omicron Nu, 255
Orientation Council, 211
Outstanding Athletes, 160
Panhellenic Council, 225
Pep Club, 216
Pharmacy, College of, 82
Phi Alpha Delta, 250
Phi Alpha Mu, 253
Phi Beta Pi, 262
Phi Delta Phi, 248
Phi Delta Theta, 426
Phi Epsilon Kappa, 254
Phi Epsilon Pi, 428
Phi Eta Sigma, 253
Phi Gamma Delta, 430
Phi Gamma Nu, 235
Phi Kappa Psi, 432
Phi Kappa Sigma, 434
Phi Lambda Upsilon, 258
Phi Rho Sigma, 263
Phi Upsilon Omicron, 255
Pi Beta Phi, 402
Pi Kappa Alpha, 437
Pi Lambda Theta, 236
Practical Student Nurses, 264
Project AID, 192
Psi Omega, 240
Religion, School of, 86 .
Seals Club, 200
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 438
Sigma Alpha Eta, 254
Sigma Chi, 440
Sigma Delta Chi, 256
Sigma Delta Tau, 406
Sigma Nu, 442
Sigma Phi Epsilon, 444
Sigma Pi, 446
Sigma Theta Tau, 265
Social Work, School of, 89
South Quadrangle, 374
Student Health, 59
Student Marketing Club, 236
Student National Education
Association CNEAD, 237
Student Nurses Organization
Student Senate, 190
Swimming Team, 178
Symphony Band, 279
Symphony Orchestra, 282
Tau Beta Pi, 246
Television Center, 154
Tennis Team, 184
Theta Tau, 246
Track Team, 186
Union Board, 202
University Choir, 281
University Chorus, 280
University Library, 57
Writers' Workshop, 292
Young Republicans, 222
Zeta Tau Alpha, 408
Aagesen, Marjorie, 203, 403
Abbott, Beverly, 135
Abegg, Diane, 197, E, 348,
Abel, David, 261
Abel, Karen, 135, 359
Abernathy, Teresa, 337, 340
Abrahamson, Paul, 239
Abram, Mariann, 336
Abrams, Betty, 407
Abrams, Donald, 132, 260
Abramson, Linda, 107, 352
Abrons, Elliot, 412
Abshier, James, 92
Achenbach, James, 227, 431
Acheson, Mary Ann, 353
Ackerman, Janet, 223, 107
Adams, Gail, 400
Adams, Karen, 107
Adams, Pamela, 396
Adamson, John, 107
Addis, Yvonne, 408
Aden, Carol, 335
Adis, Donald, 435
Adix, Marilyn, 335
Alfeldt, David, 249
Affre, Katherine, 352
Ager, Jacquelin, 107
Agnew, Robert, 241
Ahlbrecht, Sharon, 107
Ahrens, Barbana, 387
Ahrold, John, 227, 427
Aita, John, 416, 107, 149
Akin, Judith, 396
Albers, Steven, 431
Albert, Dorothy, 107, 254
Alberti, Kerry, 257, 371, 370
Alden, Nancy, 107
Aldinger, Karl, 262
Aldrich, Barbara, 223, 237, 349
Aldrich, Patricia, 284
Aldrich, Richard, 23
Aldrich, Roger, 365
Ales, Larry, 436
Alex, Robert, 436
Alexander, Helen, 135
Alftine, David, 107
Ali, Mir, 221
Alikadi, Tuna, 107
Allan, Rebecca, 388, 338
Allcott, Wayne, 419
Allen, Beverly, 382
Allen, Charles, 436, 212
Allen, Eileen, 268
Allen, Lynn, 92
Allen, Randall, 443
Allen, Stanley, 107, 274
Allen, Terrence, 261
Alliband, Kathlyn, 202
Allison, Michael, 104
Almquist, Theodore, 241
Alper, Joseph, 412
Alshouse, Marsha, 352
Altenberned, Richard, 107
Alter, Harry, 232, 92
Alter, John, 412
Amble, Bette, 107
Ambrose, Donna, 340, 338
Ames, Richard, 247
Ancell, Ivan, 239
Anderlik, James, 419
Andersen, Carole, 399, 107, 148
Anderson, Carl, 365
Anderson, David, 427
Anderson, Diane, 334
Anderson, Evan, 415
Anderson, Margaret, 353
Anderson, Mildred, 264
Anderson, Nancy, 387, 107, 268
Anderson, Robert A., 107, 174
Anderson, Robert T., 361
Andreson, Roger, 365
Anderson, Ronald, 439
Anderson, Stanley, 427
Anderson, Shirley, 408, 344
Anderson, Steven, 419
Andre, Mary, 351
Andreasen, David, 419, 254
Andres, Trifona, 50
Andrews, Doyle, 420
Andrews, Elsie, 135, 309
Andrews, Jane, 107
Angus, Carolyn, 396
Anixter, James, 428
Annand, Katherine, 107
Anthens, Phyllis, 388
Antrim, Richard, 107, 258
Apel, Ann-Morrison, 197, 306
Appel, Paul, 238
Applebee, Benny, 372
Appleby, Robert, 222
Appleton, Susan, 335
Arendt, Julianne, 349, 356
Arent, Stephen, 227, 415
Arisian, Margaret, 107
Arledge, John, 419
Armstrong, Gary, 362
Armstrong, Jeanette, 255
Armstrong, Paul, 371
Armstrong, Roger, 227, 420
Ame, Karen, 268
Arneson, Stephen, 232, 92
Amold, Carolyn, 387, 107
Amold, Edward, 304, 362
Amold, Fred, 258
Arnold, Kent, 427
Arnold, Vicki, 237, 107
Arrowsmith, Michael, 443,
Arsts, Ojars, 365
Arthur, Lindsay, 194, 265
Artley, Virginia, 201, 347
Artz, Susan, 391, 193, 147
Artz, Tyrone, 262
Asareh, Richard, 428
Asarch, Thomas, 238
Asbury, Margaret, 264, 349
Aschenbrenner, Joann, 273
Ashby, Linda, 387
Ashford, Constance, 224
Ashton, James, 220, 228, 242, 243
Asinger, Richard, 211, 419
Ask, David, 235
Asmussen, Frederick, 262
Atherton, Lynn, 399
Atkinson, Alan, 419
Atkinson, Jacqueline, 107
Atkinson, Jo Anne, 396, 107
Atkinson, Judith, 107
Atkinson, Richard, 101
Atty, Rose Mary. 107
Aufrecht, Sally, 338
Augspurger, Judith, 107
Augspurger, Stephen, 107
Aukes, Mary, 107
Ausburger, James, 248
Austad, Julie, 135
Austin, Mary, 356
Austin, Richard, 443
Avery, Stephen, 249
Aves, Dan, 92, 298, 299
Axeen, Allan, 432
Axeen, David, 253, 226, 432, 107,
Anderson, Glen, 365, 367
Anderson, Gloria, 107
Anderson, Helen, 338
Anderson, James, 423
Anderson, Janice, 335
Anderson, John, 220, 297, 298, 299, 148
Anderson, John R., 419
Anderson, Karen, 351
Anderson, Kathryn, 403, 306, 191
Anderson, Linda, 274, 352
Ayres, David, 300
Baack, Bennett, 232, 362
Baassiri, Bassam, 101
Babe, Michael, 223, 275, 364, 368
Babiak, Paul, 447
Bachman, Bonnie, 356
Bachman, Mary, 135, 357, 358
Bachman, Steven, 424, 92
Bacon, Marilyn, 395, 346
Bader, Louise, 201, 269
Bagnall, Gary, 304, 362
Bahnick, Donald, 258
Bailey, Barbara, 400
Bailey, Bruce, 107, 242, 243, 246
Bailey, Duane, 261
Bailey, Gale, 354, 356
Bailey, Lawrence, 370, 209, 223, 257,
303, 305, 372
Bailey, Milton, 443
Bailey, Scott, 246
Bailey, Theron, 423
Bainbridge, James, 440
Bair, Margaret, 399
Baker, Beth, 384, 335
Baker, Francene, 391
Baker, Lawrence, 107
Baker, Lowell, 132
Baker, Mary Sue, 382
Baker, Thomas, 443
Bakken, David, 415, 300, 365
Balanoff, Arnold, 108, 260
Baldridge, Nancy, 335
Baldwin, Catherine, 408, 135
Baldwin, Daniel, 92
Baldwin, Jack, 443, 108
Baldwin, Philip, 108, 239
Ball, Melvin, 436, 108
Ballard, Dennis, 108
Ballard, Marjorie, 350, 354
Ballard, Mary, 350
Ballou, Cyn'hia, 391, 108
Balsley, Duane, 361
Baltzell, Robert, 443, 108
Bamsey, Carol, 342
Banaszek, Kenneth, 168, 174
Bandstra, Jeanne, 338
Banner, Robert, 419, 101
Banner, Wallace, 419, 92
Banwart, Delores. 237, 343
Barbee, Walter. 249, 252
Barck, Gerald, 362
Bardole, John, 262
Barer. Elizabeth, 108
Barghahn, Diane. 396, 268
Barker, Dean, 363
Barker, Gail Ann, 222, 268
Barker, Gerald, 371
Barlow, John, 240
Barlow, Michael, 443, 92, 302
Barnard, Julia, 196, 400
Barnes, Carol, 400
Barnes, Celia, 338
Barnes, Clarke, 108
Barnes, lda, 224
Bames, Ronald E., 447
Barnes, Ronald 1-1., 92
Barney, Ronald L., 240
Barnhart, Leeanne, 335
Bamhart, Marianne, 337
Barnhill, Morris, 181
Baron, Robert, 209, 226, 428
Barrett, Daniel, 444
Barricks, Lynn, 203, 205, 209, 216, 407
Barrieks, Robert. 428
Barry, Linda, 392
Barry, Owen, 427
Barry, Richard, 423
Barry, Robert, 101
Barry, VVilliam, 361
Bartels, Larry, 371
Bartels, Margaret, 108, 349,
Barth, Frederick, 242, 246
Barthel, Barbara, 388
Bartholomew, Carole, 395
Bartlett, Donna, 273
B-artlett, Inez, 108
Bartley, Betty, 350
Barton, John, 371
Barton, Lonnie, 363. 365
Barton, Stephanie, 353, 328
Bashara, Jerome, 132
Bassett, Edward, 156
Bassman, Jerome, 227, 412
Bastian, Edward, 168, 427
Bastow, Mary Sue, 408, 335
Bastron, Robert, 132
Bateman, William, 362
Batman, David, 361
Batman, Saundra, 399, 250
Bauch, James, 423
Bauch, Jared, 250
Bauer, Merlin, 108
Bauer, Roger, 440, 249
Bauer, Sharon, 202, 225, 384, 108, 251
Bauer, Sheila, 225, 384
Bauer, Thomas, 203, 423
Baughman, Ronald, 108
Baum, Joseph, 132
Baum, William, 371
Bauman, Addie, 341
Baumgarten, Rich-ard, 363, 365, 368, 371
Baxter, Kenneth, 366
Baxter, Patricia, 28, 237, 348, 354, 356
Bay, John, 303, 305
Bay, Kathryn, 225, 400
Beach, Danny, 443
Beach, Marcia, 200
Beach, Marlen, 108
Beach, Robert, 371
Beadle, Stephen, 108
Beal, Wayne, 108
Beam, Edwin, 247
Beamer, John, 104, 263
Beamish, Thomas, 212
Beard, Janet, 268
Beard, John, 104
Beardmore, Carla, 353, 356
Beatty, Bruce, 411,108
Beatty, Joan, 338
Beatty, Thomas, 415
Beaupre, Mary, 346, 347, 200
Bechtelheimer, T. C., 92
Beck, Barbara, 342
Beck, David, 239, 92, 190, 192
Beck, Jonathan, 262
Beck, John, 222, 233, 92
Beck Paul, 440
Becker, Barbara, 264
Becker, Beverly, 108, 349, 256
Becker, Larry, 301, 300, 360, 361, 366
Beckford, Patricia, 196, 222, 237, 336
Beckman, Steven, 443
Beckwith, Gaynel, 108
Beckwith, Jean, 387
Beckwith, Sherrill, 404
Bedell, Donald, 238
Beebe, Carol, 392, 108
Beechel, Douglas, 240
Beecher, Judith, 211, 403
Beers, Beverly, 108
Beetner, Charles, 108
Beggs, Sharon, 391
Behm, Pamela, 23, 237
Beisner, Donald, 132, 260
Beiter, Barbara, 399, 149
Belger, Nancy, 108
Bell, David, 108, 260, 365
Belling, Fern, 349
Belling, Karen, 350
Belz, Joel, 224, 274
Benda, James, 303
Benda, John, 305
Bender, Linda, 343
Bendixen, Charles, 262
Bendtsehneidcr, S. R., 135
Benjamin, Kay, 407, 335
Benn, Otto, 363
Bennett, Darel, 242, 244, 101, 269
Bennett, Edward, 223, 108, 249, 252, 190
Bennett, Lorna, 399
Bennett, Margo, 108
Benson, Barbara, 223, 335
Benson, Lynn, 399
Benson, Ralph, 245, 101
Benson, Robert, 424
Benson, Ronald, 269
Benson, Walter, 240
Benten, John, 415
Bentz, Dale, 257, 156
Beranek, Nadine, 264
Bcrek, Mona, 350, 232
Beren, Bruce, 92
Beretta, Edward, 236
Berg, Bettina, 108
Berg, Jeanne, 407
Berg, Jeffrey, 435, 303, 305
Berg, Karen, 387
Berg, Minnie, 353, 356
Berg, Redge, 104
Berg, Stephen, 416
Berge, Douglas, 258
Berge, jerrie, 352, 321
Berger, Mara Lynn, 407, 345
Bergert, Donald, 420, 254
Berggren, john, 432
Bergman, james, 108
Bergman, Nancy, 351
Bergsten, Nancy, 197, 208, 399, 108
Bergstrom, Richard, 263
Bergstrom, Victoria, 396, 354
Bernatz, Susan, 225, 404
Bernauer, Michael, 415
Bemstein, Edward, 428
Berry, Ronald, 254, 178, 212, 372
Bersbach, john, 213
Berstler, Patricia, 135
Berven, Norman, 372
Bettenhausen, E. A., 108
Betterley, joseph, 300, 363
Beurle, james, 239
Bextine, Miles, 444
Bextine, Ralph, 178, 212
Bezdek, Patricia, 342
Bice, Jane, 203, 403, 149
Biekert, David, 92
Bielenberg, Joyce, 135
Bier, Constance, 108
Bierie, David, 239
Bierscheid, Robert, 361
Bigger, Hal, 178
Billington, Mary Ann, 344, 342
Binning, Dennis, 108
Bintz, john, 108
Birch, Rebecca, 109
Birdsong, Stephanie, 109
Birk, Sherry, 384
Birkbeck, john, 109
Birkeland, john, 424, 191
Bisgrove, Alan, 92
Bitter, joseph, 104
Blackmer, Sue, 392, 250
Blair, Della, 343
Blake, William, 92
Blakely, jerry, 447, 260
Blakely, Karen, 22, 382
Blakesley, Mary, 391
Bl-akey, Mary, 404
Blanchard, Craig, 92
Blandford, Elizabeth, 223, 338
Blanford, Toby, 132
Blankenburg, Barbara, 109
Blaser, Leslie, 362, 367
Blaszczyk, Paulette, 109
Blessing, jack, 109
Blessing, William, 435
Blevins, Donald, 239
Blinker, Nancy, 400
Blohme, Jacklyn, 200, 109
Blomker, Richard, 374
Blomker, William, 374
Blommers, James, 248
Bohlin, Ralph, 253
Bohlke, Judith, 347, 353
Boisen, Gary, 109
Bokomey, Carol, 201, 237, 388
Boland, Donald, 233
Boldt, Eugene, 435, 92
Bolender, Carl, 435
Bolonik, Cheryl, 350
Bondi, Hart, 299, 428, 92, 298
Bonnett, Dennis, 304, 363
Bonnett, Ronald, 247, 104
Booher, Amold, 109
Book, Glenn, 240
Book, Larry, 240
Booker, Brooks, 213
Booth, Alan, 412
Boothe, john, 362
Borchart, Donald, 249
Borcherding, Randall, 416
Borchers, Richard, 447
Borchers, Robert, 447
Borden, Frederic, 240
Borden, Ronald 428, 92
Borglum, Richard, 245, 246
Bork, Byron, 424
Borland, Cynthia, 194
Bom, Bette, 135, 264
Bornholdt, john, 423, 109, 297, 298, 299,
Bright, Karolyn, 387
Bright, Merle, 361
Brimeyer, Eileen, 275, 349
Brimmer, Kirk, 302, 303, 305
Brindley, jack, 262
Bringelson, john, 361, 364
Brinker, Terry, 365
Brinn, Victoria, 337
Brinton, Barbara, 235, 273
Brishin, Heather, 197, 399, 109, 254
Brisendine, Esther, 336, 337
Britton, Barbara, 384, 109, 255
Britton, Christopher, 420
Britton, Cynthia, 392
Brockshus, Judith, 109
Brockway, Virginia, 135
Brody, janet, 407, 335
Brogan, Sara, 197, 384, 109, Sl, 193
Bundgaard, Bruce, 447
Bunge, Mark, 364
Bunn, Eric, 365, 368
Bunn, Nila, 110
Bunnell, Danny, 447
Burch, Melissa, 336, 337
Burde, Mary Ann, 391, 110
Buresh, Kathleen, 395, 343
Buresh, Linda, 404, 310
Buresh, Margaret, 110
Burfeind, William, 416
Burgess, David, 334
Burgess, john, 443
Burgfechtel, Robert, 261
Burggraaf, Shirley, 268
Burianck, Nancy, 110
Burk, Peter, 247, 104
Burke, Betty, 110
Bortz, Linda, 342
Boshart, Diane, 352
Bosonac, Stephen, 363
Boston, Elizabeth, 395, 109
Boston, Ted, 440
Bosveld, Robert, 262
Bottomley, james, 233
Bouten, Shirley, 109
Bowen, Bruce, 298
Bowen, Linda, 237
Bowen, William, 300
Bower, Barbara, 343
Bowermaster, Jon, 362, 366
Bowman, David, 226, 227, 427
Bowman, Nancy, 400
Bowman, Rosalie, 404, 315
Bowman, Thomas, 440, 181
Bowstead, Judith, 350
Boyd, james, 109
Boyd, Karolyn, 109
Boyd, Nancy, 192, 197, 216, 400, 250
Boyd, Paul, 242, 246, 101
Boyd, William, 443
Boyle, jean, 237, 109
Brooke, Duncombe, 440
Brooks, Gary, 362
Brooks, jay, 362
Brouhard, john, 109
Brown, Alan, 431
Brown, Anthony, 241
Brown, Bambi, 353
Brown, Barry, 371
Brown, Carol, 387
Brown, Charles E., 92
Brown, Darryl, 109
Brown, Deborah, 342
Brown, Douglas, 109, 334
Brown, Flora, 109
Brown, Gary, 424
Brown, james, 424
Brown, james C. N., 361
Brown, janet, 391
Brown, jerald, 109
Brown, Joanne, 264
Brown, Joyce, 264
Brown, Judith, 341, 343
Brown, Judith Ann, 382
Brown, Larry, 415
Brown, Nancy, 309, 404, 306, 193
Brown, Patricia, 337
Brown, Richard, 439
Brown, Robert, 101
Brown, Robert S., 427
Brown, Robert T., 260
Brown, Sara, 337
Brown, Tracy, 227, 443
Brown, YVil1iam, 262, 274
Brownell, Lynne, 109
Burke, David, 261
Burke, james, 233, 234
Burke, john, 132, 261
Burke, Ruth, 200, 273, 338
Burkett, Harvey, 436
Burkhardt, Barbara, 338
Burkhardt, john, 254
Burkley, janet, 135
Burks, james, 435
Burnett, Joyce, 194
Bumett, Ronald, 92
Boysen, Andrew, 109
Brade, Rosalie, 109
Bradley, james, 447
Brady, Darlene, 211, 399, 306
Brady, Miohael Ann, 325, 404
Brady, Patrick, 239
Brain, Ellen, 200, 382
Braklow, john, 439, 372
Brandmill, janet, 382
Blong, Beatrice, 353
Bloom, Gary, 132
Bloom, Michael, 363
Bloom, Neil, 412
Bloomberg, Susan, 264
Bloomcamp, Patricia, 109
Bloomquist, Carroll, 305
Blosten, Kay, 209, 407
Blott, Susan, 408
Blunck, Robert, 23, 232, 360, 364
Boardman, Elizabeth, 225, 392, 356
Boardman, William, 242, 244, 101, 275
Boatman, Douglas, 432
Boatman, judith, 396
Bobbitt, Thomas, 365
Bobenhouse, james, 415
Bobenhouse, Judith, 135
Bock, Frederic, 104
Bockenstedt, F., 261
Bockholt, James, 109
Boddticker, joe, 247, 104
Bode, Allan, 2.3, 364
Bodey, john, 244, 246
Bode, janice, 135, 357, 358
Boe, Lawrence, 443
Boe, Ronald, 300
Boeke, Lee, 249
Bogaard, Jana Sue, 109
Bohlen, Clair, 372
Brandt, Joseph, 362
Brandt, Kay, 384
Brandt, Paul, 212
Brauer, Ann, 250, 337, 339
Brauer, Bronwyn, 396
Brauer, Mary, 342
Braun, Paul, 216, 444
Brechwald, Robert, 101, 363
Bredall, Mark, 444
Breder, Joanne, 337
Breese, Jeanette, 356
Brehm, Evelyn, 348, 349
Bremer, Carol, 341, 343, 344
Breneman, Dean, 364
Brenker, Susan, 335
Brennan, Charles, 92
Brenneman, Muriel, 264
Bretz, Norton, 212
Breuer, Ned, 92
Breuer, Richard, 244
Breuer, Ted, 109
Briar, Richard, 109, 274
Brickey, Linda, 387, 109
Brideson, Robert, 371
Bridgeford, Linda, 396, 109
Briggs, Dennis, 415, 109
Briggs, Norman, 304, 371
Briggs, Paula, 395
Briggs, William, 162
Bright, Diane, 109
Bright, james, 365
Bright, janet, 237, 388
Brownlee, David, 249
Brownlee, Mary Sue, 384
Broz, john, 419
Brozek, Richard, 162
Brubaker, Dennis, 240
Bruce, Carol, 104
Bruce, David, 432
Bruce, Keith, 238
Brucker, Kenna, 335
Brueggemann, Lisa, 110
Bruhn, Judith, 340, 338
Brummel, Larryl, 361, 364
Brummund, Mary Ann, 337
Brunberg, james, 263
Bruner, Sharon, 135
Bruning, Richard, 232, 300, 364, 368
Brunk, Tommy, 247
Bruns, David, 110, 241, 275, 274
Bruns, William, 223, 262
Brunst, Carl, 420, 174
Brunst, Marianne, 236, 110, 336, 339, 338
Brunstrom, Pamela, 338
Bruntjen, Scott, 440
Brus, Shirley, 342
Bryant, Jolene, 404
Bryant, Michael, 361
Brydon, Barbara, 391
Brye, james, 423, 92
Bubb, Carol, 194, 110
Buch, james, 368
Buchanan, Glenn, 232, 447
Buchanan, Paul, 427
Buchholtz, William, 240
Buck, Dorryl, 227, 427, 191
Buck, Emest, 372
Budzik, Bernard, 420, 162
Buell, Nancy, 53
Buell, Willis, 427
Bukoff, Cheryl, 334
Bullock, Daniel, 132, 263
Bulmer, jana Lou, 404
Burnett, William, 233, 363
Burnette, Willtiam, 364
Bums, jack, 104
Burns, janet, 399, 110, 146
Buroker, Thomas, 110
Burrell, john, 427
Burress, Susan, 200
Burrows, Kenneth, 238
Burrows, Tom, 104
Burry, Barbara, 382, 188
Burry, George, 415
Burton, Martha, 265, 337
Bush, Barbara, 335
Bush, james, 248
Bush, Shirley, 194, 204, 191
Bushaw, William, 274
Buster, james, 162, 92
Buswell, Henry, 443, 364
Butcher, Charles, 443
Butin, Lynn, 342
Butin, Sandra, 343
Byers, Mary Lou, 335
Bywater, Mary, 306, 216, 237, 110, 251
Cacciatore, Mary, 110
Cain, Linda Lou, 250, 273
Caines, Kenneth, 419
Caisley, Jean, 135, 251, 357, 323
Calame, Virginia, 404
Caldwell, Bradley, 439
Caldwell, jan, 110
Caldwell, Janice, 223
Calhoun, Gary, 227, 439
Calhoun, john, 101
Callaway, Michael, 447, 305
Callison, Patricia, 340, 338
Calta, Dick, 304
Calvert, Connie, 352
Calvert, john, 440, 300
Camden, john, 372
Cameron, Bruce, 262
Cameron, Karnese, 194,
Camp, David, 240
Campbell Bowen, 239
Campbell, Charles, 223, 248
Campbell, George, 334
Campbell, James, 249
Campbell Patricia, 399
Campbell, Ruth, 335
Cannady, Cheryl, 350
Cannella, James, 182
Cannon, Linda, 344
Cannon, Richard, 110
Canon, Mary, 391, 345
Capouch, Carolyn, 382, 135
Capps, Kay, 264
Cardelli, Robert, 132, 261
Cardullo, joseph, 361, 367
Cargile, janice, 356
Carl, Stephen, 365, 366
Carle, Richard, 162
Carley, J. Allen, 432
Carlsen, Kristin, 395
Carlson, Brenda, 334, 335
Carlson, Candace, 110
Carlson, Eric, 412
Carlson, james, 440
Carlson, james, 304
Carlson, Karin, 116
Carlson, Kenneth, 364
Carlson, Linda, 399
Carlson, Patricia, 149, 203, 209, 205, 399
Carlson, Raymond, 220, 249, 212
Carlson, Susan, 348, 350
Carlsson, Mary, 350
Christiansen, Laura, 191, 149, 400
Christianson, Paul, 223, 247, 360, 364,
Chuck, Cherrelyn, 392
Chudwick, Susan, 200, 392, 149
Church, james, 424, 303, 305
Chute, Donald, 361
Cilek, Mary, 395
Cincione, Barbara, 110, 259
Cirulis, Maris, 224
Claerhout, William, 249
Clancy, Sharon, 349, 354
Clapp, Peggy, 110
Conlin, Michael, 101
Connell, Mary, 216, 387, 191
Connelly, Carol, 275
Conrad, Katherine, 223, 111, 339,
Conwell, joseph, 227, 419
Conwisher, Rosa, 254, 336
Cook, Dave, 443
Cook, David, Z0
Cook, joan, 335
Cook, joseph, 361
Cook, joseph 111, 334, 212
Cook, Karen, 347
Cook, Kathleen, 345
Carlton, james, 205, 420
Carmichael, Richard, 443, 304
Carpenter, Carol, 399
Carpenter, Constance, 205, 403
Carpenter, jotann, 338
Carpenter, joseph, 431
Carr, E. Michael, 248, 104, 252
Carr, john, 259, 261
Carr, Mary Anne, 387
Carrier, Patricia, 384
Carrigg, john, 427
Carroll, Timothy, 423, 362
Carruthers, Bruce, 360, 364
Carson, Richard, 132
Carson, William, 242, 244, 246
Cartand, Laurence, 110
Carter, Barbara, 24, 349
Carter, Orwin, 364, 298, 110, 360, 258,
296, 299, 300
Carter, Steven, 104, 250
Carter, Wendola, 110
Cartwright, janet, 392
Carver, Harold, 372
Carver, john, 217, 440
Carver, Michael, 110, 420, 190
Casady, Carolyn, 301, 110, 387
Case, Pamela, 196, 399
Casey, Gail, 110
Cassaday, Donald, 254, 212
Castle, Thomas, 92
Castonguay, Willard, 110
Catlett, judith, 403
Caudle, Raejean, 110
Cavanaugh, john, 92
Cavitt, Sandra, 353
Cecil, jon, 227, 439
Cecil, William, 223, 436
Cemy, Kathleen, 338
Chadek, Loma, 110
Chadim, Cheryl, 274
Chadima, Warren, 238
Chadwick, Ann, 399
Chalfant, Lola Ann, 236, 110
Chamberlain, Maurice, 132
Champlin, Kay, 225, 237, 110,
Chandler, Cheryl, 391
Change, Astor, 263
Chapman, David, 236, 416
Chapman, Frieda, 110
Chapman, Richard, 427
Chapman, Richard R., 92
Chapman, Thomas, 420
Chamoski, Bonnie, 264, 357
Chase, Catherine, 396
Chase, jo Ann, 337
Chase, judith, 382
Check, Earl, 248
Check, Richard, 241
Cheeks, Dansby, 237
Cheeks, john, 299
Chenoweth, Delores, 92
Cherry, Elizabeth, 262
Cherryholmes, Keith, 365
Chester, Susan, 355
Chiesa, Scharlott, 400, 317
Childs, Michael, 424
Chilton, Sarah, 110
Chinn, Lynda, 194
Chmura, jo Ann, 400
Chopek, Mary Etta, 110
Chovinard, Edward, 273
Chrisinger, Linda, 110, 384
Christ, Daryl, 110
Christ, Mary, 237, 92
Christen, Helen, 343
Christensen, john, 363
Christensen, Mary, 399
Christensen, Patricia, 334, 35
Christensen, Ross, 240, 252
Christiansen, Dean, 416
Christiansen, George, 242, 243, 245, 246,
Clapsaddle, Thomas, 440
Clarey, Robert, 101
Clark, Alice, 349
Clark, Cynthia, 391
Clark, Glen, 186, 436, 299, 303, 305
Clark, Kenneth, 223, 360, 365, 366
Clark, Marijane, 110
Clark, Ruth Ann,
Clark Sandra, 399
Clark, Scott, 244, 246, 101
Clarke, George, 185, 20
Clarke, Thomas, 148
Clausen, Phyllis, 264
Clausen, Robert, 360
Clausman, Richard, 365
Clauson, Karen, 336
Claussen, Ronald, 101
Claxton, Robert, 138, 266
Clay, Danny, 415
Claypool, Nancy, 111
Clearwaters, Keith, 250
Clemens, David, 247
Clemens, janet, 205, 341
Clements, Carol, 338, 339
Clements, Karen, 382
Clemons, Norvall, 92
Clemons, Wilson, 238, 252
Cleveland, Carolyn, 215, 404
Cleveland, jerry, 427
Clifton, janice, 266, 268
Clinch, Ellen, 408
Cline, Sandra, 203, 404
Clinger, Charlotte, 111
Clinite, Michele, 275
Clore, Lawrence, 436
Close, Franceen, 111
Close, Linda, 403
Clough, Randy, 361
Clover, Carolyn, 111
Clow, Bonnie, 135
Clow, Donald, 364
Clow, Douglas, 243, 302, 303
Clymer, Barbara, 191
Cmejrek, james, 162
Coats, james, 250
Cochran, VVilbur, 415, 104, 250
Coffelt, Gary, 298, 301, 300
Coffie, David, 371
Coffin, Ruth, 225, 400
Coffman, james, 435
Coffman, Quentin, 365
Coghlan, Robert, 300
Cogley, Bemard, 111
Cohen, Gary, 262
Cohen, Kathryn, 257, 337
Cohn, Steve, 428
Cohrs, Kenneth, 361
Coker, Gordon, 254
Colbert, john, 203, 440
Colby, Anthony, 132
Cole, Elizabeth, 261
Cole, Elizabeth, 338, 195, 201, 222, 336,
Cole, jerry, 236
Coleman, Don, 223
Colgate, Thomas, 254
Collier, Roberta, 22, 111, 388, 149
Collins, Corrine, 337, 200
Collins, Gavin, 92
Collins, judith, 391, 306
Collman, Kenneth, 362
Colloton, joseph, 249
Colon, Robert, 415
Colony, Richard, 101
Colwell, Gary, 47
Comber, Nancy, 384
Combs, Stephen, 436
Combs, Steven, 362
Coniglio, joseph, 411
Conkel, Donnie, 431
Conklin, Eileen, 342
Lois, 111, 259
Cook, Marilynn, 404, 191
Cook, Mary, 356
Cook, Monte, 111, 300
Cook, Robert, 371
Cook, Robert M., 440
Cook, Stephen, 234, 93
Cook, Thomas, 111
Cook, William, 365
Cooksey, Evelyn, 255
Coon, janet, 342
Coon, Phyllis, 341
Coon, Robert, 424, 300, 305, 366
Cooney, james, 223, 104
Cooney, john, 423
Cooney, Michael, 93, 302, 305
Cooney, Thomas, 432
Coons, Kenton, 362
Cooper, john, 262
Cooper, Mary C., 388
Cooper, Mary, 222
Cooper, Roger, 300
Cooper, Steven, 238
Copeland, Eugene, 104, 249
Copeland, Walter, 239
Copley, Connie, 223, 408
Corconan, Maureen, 384
Corderman, Sandra, 343
Cordes, john, 223, 364
Corey, Margaret, 350
Corey, Walter, 222, 232, 234, 93
Corlett, Gail, 335
Cormany, Christopher, 439
Corn, Loretta, 407
Cornish, Anne, 343, 342
Comish, Richard, 443, 365
Corr, Donna, 350
Corr, Mark, 111
Corson, Marjorie, 195, 196, 197, 250
Corson, Sue, 111, 399
Cortimigla, Sharon, 193, 197, 203, 205,
Crew, Karin, 384, 355
Crews, Phyllis, 391, 191
Cribbs, Barbara, 382, 200
Crihbs, james, 236, 93
Crider, Larry, 209, 216, 226, 444
Crissman, Lawrence, lll
Crist, VValter, 415
Critchlow, Donald, 364
Critz, Boyd, 104
Critz, Trainor, 371, 213
Crockett, David, 93
Cronkhite, john, 248
Crook, Diana, 201, 335
Crookham, Donna, 111
Crosheck, james, 242, 243, 246, 101, 2
Cross, james, 260
Crow, Roberta, 335
Crowell, john, 260
Croxdale, Michael, 261
Crumley, Roger, 260
Culbertson, judith, 111
Culver, Enid, 350
Cummings, Brian, 111
Cumminsg, Gary, 371
Cummings, Lynne, 351
Cumpston, Kay, 268, 349
Cunningham, Margaret, 111
Cunningham, Michael, 447
Cuplin, Dean, 362
Curl, Eva, 355
Curley, William, 419, 191
Currans, Emmet, 93
Curtis, Susan C., 198, 268
Curtis, Susan M., 395
Curto, john, 223
Custer, Vona, 273
Daake, Dennis, 364
Daedlow, Dennis, 361
Daggett, Paul, 435
Dagle, Chester, 435, 148
Dahl, Robert, 435
Dahley, Naomi, 351, 52
Dahlquist, Carole, 254
Dahlstrom, Roy, 439, 360, 361
Dahm, james, 241
Dahms, Scott, 372
Daily, Sanford, 111
Dains, Kenneth, 254
Dalciden, Lenore, 353
Dalen, Susan, 111, 384
Dallenbach, Robert, 443, 302, 304
404, 250, 306, 191
Corwin, William, 424
Cosentino, Frederick, 111
Cossitt, Linda, 111, 404
Cossmon, Charles, 241
Cote, Suzanne, 404
Cotter, jane, 200, 111
Cotter, Mary, 230, 111, 254, 336, 338
Cottle, joan, 198, 201, 22, 388
Cottrell, Karen, 22, 237, 336, 191
Coulter, Charles, 249
Countryman, joan, 395
Countryman, Karen, 395, 306
Cover, Douglas, 236
Cowama, Edward, lll
Cowger, Robert, 132
Cox, Anne, 342
Cox, Linda, 396
Cox, Rebecca, 395
Cox, Sherril, 111, 345
Cozine, jeanne, 135
Crabb, Millicent, 349
Cralt, Thomas, 444
Craig, Arlene, 347
Craigie, Miohael, 212
Crain, Lawrence, 230, 111, 370, 371
Cram, Richard, 262
Cramer, Carolyn, 222, 250, 349, 200
Cramer, Leandra, 351
Cramer, VVi1liam, 444, 212
Crandall, Richard, 419
Crane, Michael, 424
Cravcr, james, 431
Crawford, Daniel, lll
Crawford, Russell, 440
Creech, Kenneth, 232
Creed, Linda, 195, 196
Creger, janice, 339, 338
Cremers, Bernard, 202, 138
Creswick, Robert, 424, 303, 305
Dalmasso, Gary, 111
Dalton, Thomas, 423
Damon, Patricia, 111
Danile, john, 372
Daniel, Phyllis, 337
Daniels, Dale, 242, 243
Daniels, Denver, 93
Danielson, Ellen, 111, 349
Danowsky, Mark, 432
Darling, Dorothy, 203, 224, 403
Damall, john, 444
Dassio, Anna, 395
Daubenberger, Max, 101
Davenport, Carolyn, 2.3, 342
Davenport, Elizabeth, 273, 338
Davenport, Lancelot, 420
David, judith, 384
Davida, George, 444
Davidson, Charles, 363
Davidson, jerome, 431, 188
Davis Alice, 395, 269, 338
Davis, Anne, 225, 404
Davis, Carol, 353, 355
Davis, Charles, 247
, David, 233
, jeffrey, 111
, Richard, 444
Larry, 111, 258
Davisson, janice, 388, 338
Dawson, Craig, 364, 174
Day, Ronald, 363
Day, Suzanne, 351
Deam, Barbara-Kay, 223, 237, 273
Deantona, joseph, 162
Debaere, Richard, 101
Debo, james, 435
Debolt, Karen, 342
Deboom, Kenneth, 447
Debord, Sally, 399
Deckard, Diane, 400
Decker, David, 263, 364
Decker, William, 367
Decoster, Richard, 275, 364
Decouvreur, Gilbert, 221
Dcdakis, Nancy, 403
Dedic, Lumir, 238
Dcdmon, Howard, 240
Deegan, Robert, 300 '
Deegan, William, 245
Deerberg, Dean, 227, 447
Dehl, Robert, 439
Deitchler, Linda, 403
Dekock, Donald, 23, 233
Delaat, Jacqueline, 237, 382, 191
Delay, Sharon, 391
Deming, Joyce, 387
Demoss, William, 93
Deumth, Catherine, 388
Denkinger, Linda, 352
Dennis, Dennis, 439
Denny, Nancy, 399
Denoma, Michael, 168, 220, 431
Derr, Barbara, 251, 195, 196, 395, 318
Dessel, Joan, 342
Dessel, Julia, 342
Dessinger, David, 363
Detter, James, 111
Deutsch, Phillip, 162, 220
Dever, Delma, 250
Devick, Larry, 415
Devine, Wilbur, 181
Devoe, Lisa, 396
Devoe, Philip, 93, 182
Dew, William, 111, 248
Dewall, Joyce, 235, 353, 354, 356
Dewitt, Dennis, 239
Dewolf, Mary, 382, 334
Deyo, Winnifred, 104
Diblasio, Paul, 371
Dichtelmiller, R., 93
Dick, Carolyn, 205, 403
Dick, Charles, 327, 202, 208, 112, 252
Dick, Fred, 262
Dick, Valerie, 112
Dicker, Lee, 428
Dickey, Howard, 248
Dickey, Mary, 342
Dickinson, Dianne, 384
Dickson, Arthur, 371
Dickson, Sheila, 203
Diddy, Kathleen, 384, 348, 353
Diehl, John, 26, 427, 93
Dierks, Diane, 112
Dierks, Wilhma, 112, 350
Dietz, Judith, 257
Digwo, Samuel, 363
Dillingham, Nathan, 303
Dillon, John, 104
Dimond, Richard, 259, 261
Dingman, Ann, 392
Dingman, Celia, 15
Dinsmoor, Ann, 395
Dinsrnore, Diana, 353
Dirks, Sharon, 384
Dirksen, Mary Ann, 112
Dirlam, Karen, 335
Dishlip, Janet, 314, 343, 344
Dismer, Melinda, 391
Disselhorsr, Charles, 364
Distelhorsi, E., 204, 208, 112, 444
Ditch, Judith, 264
Dittmer, Larry, 232, 234
Dittrner, Thomas, 112, 298
Dittrich, Vincent, 304
Dixon, Barbara, 112
Dixon, Larry, 249
Dixon, Margo, 350
Doane, William, 305
Dockendorff, Janice, 343
Dockstader, Carolyn, 205, 257
Dodd, Jack, 132
Dodge, Ronald, 364
Doellinger, John, 415
Dohrmann, Russell, 93
Dolan, Michael, 205, 420
Donahe, Karen, 112
Donaldson, Dianne, 237, 355
Donlon, Patrick, 262
Donn, Janice, 346, 347
Donnelly, Keneth, 112
Donovan, Edward, 27, 415
Donovan, John, 112, 182
Dooley, Michael, 300
Doolittle, Margaret, 112, 273
Doran, Michael, 431
Dorathy, Gwen, 342
Dorn, Sharen, 112, 257
Dorr, Larry, 431
Dorr, Lawrence, 300
Dort, Dean, 222, 440, 374
Dory, Kermit, 233
Dougherty, Richard, 162, 93
Doughty, Barbara, 196, 197, 201
Doughty, Harry, 104, 249
Douglas, William, 416
Douthitt, John, 254
Dow, Andrea, 112, 259
Dower, Katherine, 400, 346, 347
Downey, Janice, 268, 342, 345
Downey, Ronald, 253
Downey, Theodore, 93
Downs, Suzanne, 387
Draeger, Larry, 112
Drahozal, Theresa, 353
Drain, Michael, 233, 362
Drake, Sandra, 335
Draper, Ronald, 233, 93
Drechsel, Virginia, 350, 355
Drennan, Kay, 382
Drew, Mary, 223, 352
Drewis, Ruth, 135, 359
Drish, Steven, 20, 431, 253, 212, 177
Driskell, Michael, 202
Drozdowicz, Peter, 177
Druivenga, Alan, 365
Drumm, Philip, 431
Dryer, Stephen, 93, 362, 367
DrYB', Fred, 93
Drzycimski, John, 363
Duax, William, 258
Duerkop, Stephen, 431
Dull, Judith, 112, 392
Duff, Richard, 104
Dufoe, Linda, 112
Duggleby, Tamara, 335
Edlen, Bonnie, 408
Edler, Richard, 204, 26, 420
Edsen, Jerry, 304, 364
Edwards, Charles, 363
Edwards, Larry, 372
Edwards, Ronald, 213
Eells, Donald, 363, 368
Eliland, Robert, 420
Egan, James, 132, 259
Egger, Karen, 112
Eggers, Robert, 212
Eggers, Thomas, 436
Eggert, Richard, 436
Eggland, Carol, 135
Ehberg, Donald, 112
Ehlers, Eileen, 388
Ehlers, Linda, 403
Ehrhardt, Charles, 104, 249
Ehrhardt, Dennis, 249
Ehrhardt, James, 112
Eilert, John, 250
Einhorn, Lawrence, 262
Eisenmann, Paul, 112
Eitmann, Joan, 335
Ekholm, Katherine, 350
Faber, J. Lynne, 337
Faber, Lynn, 223
Fackler, Carl, 113, 440, 253, 371
Fahlenloamp, Terrance, 447
Fahn, Charles, 304, 305
Fairall, Patricia, 384
Falh, Kent, 113
Falb, Richard, 238
Falberg, Karen, 337, 339
Falk, Fred, 428
Falk, James, 427, 371
Fane, Larry, 260
Robert, 231, 439
Fanter, William, 439
Farber, Allan, 412, 242, 243, 246
Farneti, Judith, E, 396, 149
Farran, Michael, 440
Farrell, Kathleen, 271, 404, 250, 191
Farrell, Larry, 424
p, Alan, 113
Eloiss, Jean, 236, 112
Elbert, Donald, 162
Elder, Susan, 388
Eldcrkin, Kenton, 223, 227, 416
Elizer, Lee, 112
Elledge, Edward, 371
Eller, Theodore, 447
Ellertson, Dennis, 112, 184
Elliott, Carolyn, 342
Elliott, Dennis, 244, 246, 101
Elliott, Kay, 223, 342
Elliott, Linda, 225, 382
Ellis, Bonnie, 112
Ellis, Charles, 93
Ellis, Mary, 396
Ellis, Melvin, 367
, William, 26, 443
Fashimpaur, Jay, 162
Fastenow, Craig, 113
Faulk, Carol, 203, 399
Fawcett, John, 371
Febey, Richard, 440, 177
Feder, Ronald, 412
Fedge, Alan, 132
Fee, Jean, 188, 204, 216, 404, 250, 306
Fehseke, Richard, 423
Feichtinger, Judith, 113
Feinberg, Joye, 113
Feloher, Ellen, 338, 340
Feldman, Aviva, 350
Feldman, Barbara, 334
Feldman, Charles, 428
Feldman, Dorothy, 338, 200
Feldstein, Lawrence, 113
Richard, 416, 360, 364, 368, 367
Duke, Margaret, 225, 400, 191
Dukek, Janet, 264
Dulin, John, 203, IZ, 419
Dumbaugh, Robert, 248, 104
Duncan, Douglas, 93
Duncan, Pamala, 112
Duncan, Patricia, 112, 408
Dungan, Carol, 338
Dunham, Larry, 262
Dunham, Louisa, 350
Ellison, William, 112
Ellsworth, Jonnifer, 395
Ellsworth, Margaret, 112
Ellsworth, Penelope, 198, 223, 225, 237,
Ellyson, Margarete, 112
Elmquist, Cynthia, 113
Elmquist, Ronald, 113, 249
Ely, Douglas, 361
Emarine, Charles, 27, 443
Dunlap, Lesley, 350
Dunlap, Norman, 374
Dunlop, Diane, 198, 388
Dunn, Diane, 194
Dunn, James, 432
Dunn, Katy, 399
Dunne, Michael, 112
Dunscombe, Larry, 240
Dunshee, Donald, 424, 191
Dunton, Allen, 227, 411
Durfee, Diane, 225, 404
Duro, John, 238
Duroe, Linda, 400
Dusenbery, Jerry, 366
Dutcher, Anne, 342, 345
Dutton, Phyllis, 338
Duvall, David, 23, 228, 372
Duvall, Irene, 336, 337, 339
Dvorak, Bonita, 237
Dvorsky, Denver, 233
Dvorsky, Doris, 347
Dyas, Ruth, 250, 346, 347
Dye, Phillip, 112
Eagle, Anita, 384
Earl, Wilber, 226, 447
Earley, James, 365, 368
Eastman, Donna, 337
Easton, Francis, 112, 439
Ebel, Charles, 112
Ebersole, Terry, 371
Ebert, John, 184
Eccles, Jerry, 101
Echtemacht, Richard, 222, 361
Eckstein, Mary Ann, 338
Eckstrom, Conrad, 254
Eden, Kathleen, 112
Edison, John, 132
Emerson, Pamela, 392, 250, 341, 344
Emmett, Dorothy, 113
Endahl, Merrilee, 355, 356
Eness, Janice, 135
Engstrom, John, 93
Enyart, Larry, 374
Erb, Margaret, 198, 400, 191
Erbe, Suzanne, 382
Erickson, Mary, 400
Erickson, Caroline, 351
Erickson, Ellen, 203, 205, 399, 306, 316
Erickson, Michael, 238
Erickson, Sharon, 338
Ericzon, Sandra, 200, 216, 23, 275, 191,
113, 384, 192
Erie, Lynne, 113, 384
Erlanger, Ruth, 113
Erstad, Karen, 351
Ertz, John, 242, 243, 246
Esch, Joan, 196, 404
Esler, Kenneth, 362
Estes, Jerry, 249
Etheridge, Judith, 113
Evans, Dale, 361
Evans, Dave, 364
Evans, Jarold, 444
Evans, Joyce, 198, 388
Evans, Max, 411
Evans, Nancy, 335
Evans, Richard, 416
Evans, Shylr Lynn, 264
Evans, Susan, 22
Evans, Susan Kate, 237,ll3, 387, 269
Everingham, Deborah, 113
Everroad, Sue, 194
Eversman, Joseph, 104
Ewert, Joseph, 249
Fellhauer, Martha, 275, 350
Fellows, William, 440
Feltus, Nancy, 257
Ferance, Russell, 363
Ferenczy, Peter, 419
Ferguson, David, 261
Ferguson, Donna, 195, 391
Ferguson, Jay, 299, 301
Femltad, Joan, 135, 358
Ferner, Celia, 113, 150
Ferren, Philip, 431
Ferris, Judy, 387, 93, 306
Ferris, Lance, 304, 362, 213
Ferry, Terry, 162
Ferstenfeld, Julian, 260
Fetzer, Douglas, 303
Feuer, Frances, 203
Feuer, Margaret, 341
Feuer, Max, 428
Fey, Ronald, 361
Fiala, Nancy, 113, 273, 2.00
Fiala, Paul, 366
Ficeli, John, 361
Fields, Charles, 222, 435, 274, 363, 366
Fields, Clark, 258
Fiet, Norman, 261
Figenshaw, Michael, 104
Filbrandt, Douglas, 298, 299
Filean, Paul, 415, 101
Files, Marcia, 404
Filipi, Charles, 260
Finanger, Kenton, 254
Finch, Alvin, 93
Fincham, Sydney, 392, 200
Fingert, Gary, 238
Fink, John, 363
Fink, Teri, 392, 149
Finken, Dwight, 232, 236
Finley, Doris, 223, 346, 347
Finley, Thomas, 249
Finn, Janice, 387
Finnegan, Jerald, 261
Finzel, Gerald, 101
Fischer, Don, 242
Fischer, Gary, 244, 246, 101
Fischer, Nancy, 113
Fischgrund, Cathy, 113, 251
Fiscus, Linda, 342
Fish, Alan, 101
Fisher, Cheryl, 340
Fisher, Frederick, 233
Fisher, James, 432
Fisher, Merry Dell, 198
Fisher, Sandra, 403
Jon, 203, 226, 411, 191
Fite, Mary, 344
Fitz, Jack, 104
rick, Anne, 395, 250, 306
Fitzsimmons, Paul, 113, 247
Fitzsimmons, Stephen, 361, 366
Fladoos, Sharon, 400
Flanagan, John, 113, 443
Flanigan, Robert, 432
g, Harry, 113
ing Lorraine, 113
Fletcher, Gary, 220
Fletcher, John, 432
Fletcher, Robert, 204, 423
Flickinger, Roger, 132, 260
Fliger, Daniel, 364, 182
Fliger, Mamell, 93
Flohr, Thomas, 423
Florer, Sherry Lee, 404
Floy, Judith, 358, 359
Flynn, Margaret, 113
Flynn, Mary, 341, 343
Foderberg, Dennis, 242, 243
Fogarty, Gerald, 113
Fogel, Juanita, 135
Folkers, Herman, 427
Follmer, Diane, 351
Fomenko, Nadya, 205, 403
Fones, Margaret, 223, 347
Foraker, David, 274
Ford, Robert, 415
Ford, Susan, 345, 342
Foresman, Ronald, 361
Forker, Alan, 443
Forsek, Diane, 135, 359
Foss, Douglas, 415
Foss, Sally Ann, 196, 197, 403, 337
Foster, James, 113
Foster, Larry, 420
Foster, Phyllis, 399
Fotsch, Harold, 247, 104
Foulkes, Bobbie, 223, 341, 344, 343
Fountain, Priscilla, 392
Fowler, Richard, 262
Fowles, Julian, 363
Frisch, Mary, 113
Frohling, Arlyn, 93
Fruehling, Conrad, 300
Frus, Ronald, 263
Fry, Glenna, 259
Frye, Margo, 113, 396
Fryxell, William, 415
Fudge, Clillord, 101
Fuhrman, James, 244, 246
Fuller, Jean, 135, 359
Fuller, Mary, 135, 264
Fuller, Michael, 178, 212
Fuller, Milton, 220
Fuller, William, 181
Fulton, Duayne, 372
Furgason, James, 203, 233, 93, 370, 371
Furner, Beatrice, 236
Furnish, Dale, 247, 249
Furnish, Elizabeth, 113
Furnish, Sarah, 395
Furukawa, Jean, 135
Gaarder, Thomas, 262, 274
Gafeller, Lesta, 93
Gailey, James, 104
Gailis, Glenn, 212, 177
Gaines, Mary, 353, 356
Galask, Rudolph, 132
Galic, George, 223, 242
Galiher, Robert, 240
Gallagher, Jeffrey, 427
Gallagher, Robert, 415
Galv-in, Margaret, 342
G-ambach, Ronald, 443
Gamble, James, 439
Gambs, Carl, 274, 363, 368
Gamrath, Robert, 432
Ganfield, Roger, 244, 246
Gannon, Lawrence, 248
Garelich, Allan, 114
Gard, Alan, 113
Gard, James, 431
Gardner, Anneliese, 114
Gardner, Barbara, 347, 346
Gardner, James, 262
Gardner, John, 136
Gardnre, Robert, 114, 360, 362, 366, 36
Fox, Karl, 263
Fox, Richard, 259, 261
Frahm, James, 113
Melanie, 337, 339
France, Barbara, 320, 325
Francis, Chester, 245, 101
Francis, Vemon, 217, 440, 242
Sari Dee, 407
Franklin, Delores, 353
Franklin, Stephen, 439
Franks, Phyllis, 264
Franzen, Kenneth, 93
Franzenburg, Stephen, 93
Franzwa, Candace, 336, 339
Fraser, Alex, 262
Fraverd, William, 371
Frederick, James, 365
ck, Robert, 242, 243
kson, Nancy, 204, 208, 404
Freese, James, 174
Frei, Judith, 237
Freitag, Robert, 212
Freitag, Robert, 444
French, Bruce, 365
French, John, 113, 257
French, Pamela, 382
, Philip, 113, 298, 363
Fretwell, Richard, 297, 298, 299
Fretwell, Robert, 244
Frevert, Sandra, 135
Freyermouth, Charles, 440
Freyermuth, Janet, 311
Frieden, Thomas, 415
Marjorie, 223, 235
Friend, Gary, 242, 101
Friesema, Jane, 255
1, Cheryl, 399
Frirnml, Gerald, 93
Frink, Judith, 399
Frink, Robert, 371
Garlock, Elwood, 443
Garlock, Gretchen, 403, 250
Garman, Dwight, 415
Garman, Edward, 415
Garnas, Richard, 205, 226, 435
Garner, Janie, 196
Garner, Sue, 200, 237, 114, 387, 255
Garsh, Donald, 238
Gartley, Andrea, 347
Gartner, Donald, 371
Gartner, Merideth, 350
Garton, John, 241, 371
Garwood, Julia, 403, 306
Gasho, Lawrence, 233, 93
Gaskell, Jon, 427
Gatchel, Kay, 225, 403
Gates, Linda, 257
Gates, Robert, 162
Gaudineer, James, 439
Gause, Joan, 334
Gauthier, Nan, 114
Gaylord, Joseph, 435
Geadelmann, Larry, 444
Gearhart, Burton, 242, 246, 372
Gearhart, Lenly, 132, 263
Gearman, Jane, 114, 259
Gebbie, James, 226, 114, 436, 298
Gebhard, Robert, 168, 220, 254, 364, 174
Gee, Phil, 415
Geer, Connie, 382
Gehlbach, Vicki, 396
Gehrke, Alan, 420
Gehrke, Delbert, 162
Gehrke, Sandra, 337, 340
Geiger, Brenda, 353, 317
Geisinger, James, 262
Geist, Larry, 439
Gellert, Diane, 382, 94
Gensini, Mari, 114, 382
Gentry, Nolden, 104
Genung, Thomas, 302, 305
Gerard, Evan, 245, 246
Gerke, Mary, 114
Gerken, Gayle Ann, 223, 237, 114, 337
Gerlat, Glynn, 340
Gervich, David, 428, 184
Gesas, Janet, 254, 353
Getschcr, Marshall, 363, 368
Getz, Carole, 403
Getz, James, 42.3
Geyer, Melva, 353, 355
Ghandi, Mohssen, 374
Giacobazzi, Anthony, 162, 20
Gibbs, Richard, 101
Gibson, Larry, 101
Gibson, Margaret, 347
Gibson, Stephen, 114, 432
Gildner, Douglas, 423
Giles, Leslee, 396
Giles, Stephen, 114
Gillillan, Charles, 104, 249
Gillespie, Beryl, 222
Gillespie, Charles, 246, 109
Gillespie, Robert, 227
Gilliland, Marcia, 135, 337
Gillissen, Norbert, 358
Gilmore, Gerald, 93
Gilmore, Gretchen, 114
Gilmore, Janice, 114
Giltner, Marilyn, 104
Ginsberg, Janet, 407
Gintert, Grace, 343, 342
Gitchell, Robert, 202, 252, 253, 260
Gitz, Judith, 400
Gjevre, Barbara, 114
Gladhill, Velma, 254, 335
Glass, Neil, 427
Glassman, Janice, 114
Glazer, Melvin, 262
Gleason, Michela, 392
Gleazer, Sandra, 274, 352
Glenn, Michael, 104
Glesne, Robert, 416, 212
Glesne, Ruth, 114
Glicken, Harold, 366
Glickman, Richard, 428
Gloe, Herman, 435
Glover, Frank, 162
Glowacki, Vincent, 132
Gobidas, Kathleen, 337
Goble, James, 132
Godby, Gretchen, 114, 268
Godeke, Margaret, 341
Godwin, Naomi, 114, 256
Goeb, Andrea, 384
Goebel, Margaret, 237
Goecke, Richard, 420
Goedken, Christopher, 371
Goedken, Philip, 104
Goeldner, Mary, 346, 347
Goellner, John, 262
Goerdt, Eileen, 114
Goetz, Carol, 114
Goetz, David, 191
Goff, Craig, 22, 363, 367
Gohman, James, 132
Goldsberry, Francis, 444, 360, 361, 367
Goldsborough, Thomas, 213
Goldstein, Brian, 412
Goldstein, Mark, 412
Goldstein, Maurice, 412
Goldston, Stephen, 363, 186
Golik, Donald, 233
Gollobitz, Gregory, 436
Golly, Robert, 240
Good, Eloise, 400, 255
Goode, Allan, 249
Goodell, Helen, 193, 203, 20
Goodhue, Enid, 254, 349
Goodman, Anita, 345
Goodman, James, 226, 447
Goodrich, Jack, 427
Gorbunoif, William, 262
Gorder, Lauralee, 382
Gordon, Gertrude, 213
Gordon, Suzanne, 337, 339,
Gorman, John, 254
Gormican, Annette, 255
Gormley, Jane, 396
Gorsuch, Billy, 93
Gosma, John, 114
Gosse, Darrel, 232, 233, 93,
Gotberg, Kathryn, 338
Gothier, Douglas, 435
Gottschalk, Don, 114
Goulding, Ann, 395
5, 209, 388,
Gound, Emily Ann, 353, 356
Gound, Tom, 238
Gower, Martha, 114, 337
Grabner, Linda, 352
Grace, Suzanne, 395
Grailt, Tani, 195, 196, 197, 211, 404
Graham, Clark, 431
Graham, James, 104
Graham, Michael, 132, 252
Graham, Sharon, 196, 391, 250
Gran, William, 114
Grandinetti, Nancy Jo, 354
Graning, David, 366
Grant, David, 241
Grant, Linda, 114, 148
Grant, Mary, 135
Grassgreen, Richard, 105
Graven, Jim, 105
Graven, Norman, 247, 105
Graves, Charles, 223, 372
Dennis, 436, 303, 305
Gray, Harold, 362
Gray, Karen, 237, 388
Gray, Seymour, 191
Grayson, Edward, 105
Gredig, Linda Ann, 334, 335
Green, Ann, 236, 114, 399
Green, Brent, 202, 248
Green, Frances, 114, 403
Green, Gerald, 361, 368
Green, Michael, 362
Green, Stephen, 114, 274, 174
Greenblatt, Martin, 412
Greene, Laurence, 428
Greene, Marilyn, 353
Greenlee, Joseph, Ml, 299, 181, 186
Greenlee, Ronald, 185, 246
Greenwald, John, 258
Gregg, Hope, 382
Gregson, Michael, 419
Greiner, Cheryl, 343
Greiner, Raymodn, 275
Grenavwalt, Katherine, 195, 198, 199
Grey, Gary, 212
Grier, Bobby, 162, 444
Grilfin, Jo Ann, 135
Grilhn, Patricia, 191
Griffin, William, 248
Griffith, Anna, 353
Griffith, Wylie, 212
Griffiths, Marilyn, 135, 358
Grimes, Darrell, 432
Grimm, Philip, 240
Griswold, Mary, 136, 358
Groben, Martha, 396
Groff, Clarence, 363
Gronen, George, 114
Gronert, Linda, 114
Groters, Ronald, 263
Gross, Carole, 114
Gross, Nancy, 228, 306, 341, 345, 34
Grossman, Jeremy, 114
Groteluschen, Pamela, 114, 392
Grouell, Stephen, 447
Grovert, George, 233
Gruber, Richard, 415
Gruemmer, Bruce, 114
Gruenhagen, Garlen, 349
Grulke, Sally Ann, 355
Grund, Judith, 115, 407
Grund, Lois, 237
Grundmeier, Deanna, 136, 357, 358
Grunewald, Judith, 191
Grunwald, Herbert, 115
Guerin, Donald, 94
Guildner, Ann, 115, 254
Guillaume, Jacquclyn, 325
Gullekson, Mary, 400
Gumbiner, Steven, 228, 300, 371, 19
Gundacker, Kurt, 300
Gunclerman, Deanne, 336, 338
Gunderson, David, 334
Gunderson, John, 239
Gunderson, Roger, 419, 182
Gunning, Joan, 236, 115, 395, 251
Gustafson, Mary Ann, 115, 404, 268
Guthrie, Robert, 182, 260
Guttenfelder, S., 355
Gutz, Darrell, 239
Gutz, Larry, 248, 105
Haas, Ann, 250
Haas, Samuel, 371
Haase, Mary Ann, E, 408
Hachmann, Grant, 436
Hackett, Iohn, 203, 223, 411, 300
Haddock, Martha, 339
Harris, Carl, 162
Harris, Carl, 162
Harris, Carol Ann, 350, 356
Harris, Charles, 115, 411, 212
Harris, Dallas, 423
Harris, Gilbert, 260
Harris, lvon, 257
Harris, Rebecca, 423
Hemingway, Iohn, 227, 411
Hemmer, Mary Beth, 116, 387, 268
Hemphill, Donald, 258
Hemphill, Karen, 116
Hemstock, Sandra, 136, 264
Henbest, Stewart, 94
Hendershot, Ann, 205
Henderson, Ianet, 348, 349, 354, 356
Hadley, David, 436
Haefner, Iohn, 203
Haelner, Iudith, 211, 382, 192
Hagen, Christopher, 226
Hagen, Daniel, 423
Hagen, Vern, 423
Hagge, Suzanne, 131
Kathryn, 1 15
Hagstrand, Loren, 116
Hahn, Frederick, 132, 259, 262, 274
Haines, Barbara, 396, 349
Halbach, Ianet, 115
Halcomb, Helen, 115
Halford, Iudy, 352
Hall, Barbara, 225, 391
Hall, Diana, 353
Hall, Douglas, 431
Iohn, 302, 303, 305
Katharine I., 197, 388
Hall Katherine A., 396
Hall Loren, 132
Hall Nancy, 205
Hall Phyllis, 115
Hall Robert 439
lvifgtnfa, 115, 404
Hallberg, Carolyn, 347
Hallenbeck, Gayle, 196, 384
Halstead, Thomas, 372
Halterman, Ioel, 374
Halverson, Richard, 202, 208, 427
Halvorsen, Marilyn, 136
Halvorsen, Thelma, 351
Halvorson, Cynthia, 391
Htalvorson, Marilyn, 264
Hamann, Kenneth, 115
Hamilton, Carl, 241
Hamilton, Dennis, 444, 300
Hamilton, Dianne, 396
Hamilton, Iay, 447
Hamilton, Mary, 115, 399
is, Richard, 436
Hart, Edwin, 211, 212
Hart, Iohn, 261
, Nancy, 399
Hart, Nancy Io, 346, 347
Hart, Thomas, 247
ig, Iohn, 372
in, Edwin, 363
liep, Gill, 138
mann, Diane, 115, 382
Hartoft, Christine, 338
Hartwell, Ianet, 358
Hartwig, Regina, 115
Hartzog, lra, 300, 371
Harvey, Brian, 115
Harvey, Iacquelyn, 338
Harvey, Lavern, 447
Harvey, Michelle, 395
Henderson, William B., 363
Henderson, William D., 226, 427
Hendricks, Ronald, 162
Hendry, Ioan, 391
Hendryx, Karen, 116, 404
Hendryx, Richard, 174
Heng, Arthur, 261
Henning, Consnance, 349, 355
Henry, Harold, 371
Henry, Iulianne, 262, 275
Hensel, Howard, 443
Ilentzel, lrvin, 116, 364
Hentzel, Iohn, 247
Herb, Larry, 372, 216, 222, 226, 420,
Herbrandt, Francine, 347
Herkes, Frank, 258
Herman, Alice, 116
Herman, Michael, 428
Harvey, Susan, 343
Hasbrook, Iohn, 263
llasek, Ondre, 241
Haskett, Ioseph, 371
Haskett, Mary Lou, 115
Haskins, Harry, 432, 178
Hass, Carol, 257
Hass, Iames, 416
Hass, Richard, 102
Hasselbusch, Ivan, 232
Hasselbusch, Mary, 351
Hastings, Andrea, 348, 354
Hatch, Diane, 235, 94
Hatcher, Ioanne, 264
Hatfield, Stephen, 203, 205, 217, 222,
Hauenstein, Russell, 115
Hauff, Margo, 403
Haun, Susan, 136
Hauser, Carl, 115
Hauser, Iudy, 224
Havens, Robert, 115
Havenstein, Iacalynn, 115
Hammel, Constance, 115
Hammer, Mary, 350
Hammer, Wayne, 238
Hamers, Sandra, 351, 352
Hammond, Patricia, 351, 352
Hampel, Emma, 115
Hampton, Donald, 299, 174
Hampton, Iames, 363
Hampton, Ianet, 353
Hancock, William, 439, 94
Hiangartner, Stanley, 364
Hankins, Andrew, 168, 20, 115, 252, 363
Hann, Holly Sue, 200, 237, 115
Havercamp, Alan, 249
Havick, Alfred, 239
Hawk, Susan, 195, 197, 202, 208, 403
Hawkins, Harriett, 115
Hawkinson, Mary, 392
Hawley, Aurilee, 404
Hawley, Robert, 363
Hawtrey, Iames, 365
Toby, 115, 407
Hayes, Gary, 132
Hayes, Iames, 115
Hayes, Roberta, 388, 359
Hayes, Susan, 136, 343
, Betty, 340, 338
, Carole, 274
, Darrell, 94
Hansen, David, 94
Hansen, David, 372
Hanson, Iames, 424
Hansen, Iames, 431
Hansen, Ioyce, 264
Hansen, Karen, 115
, Linda, 391
Hanson, Ann, 399
Hanson, Don, 115
Hanson, Iames, 94
Hanson, Iulie I., 388
Hanson, Ianalyn, 115
Hanson, Lynn, 391
Hanson, Roger, 443
Hanson, Thomas, 223, 361
Hanssmann, Dennet, 261
Harbaugh, Carol, 115
Harder, Susan, 196, 382
Harding, Ioe, 115
Harker, Lee, 132
Harker, Patricia, 353
Harman, Ann, 404
llarmelink, Dennis, 363
Harms, Sharon, 198, 22, 237, 388
Harnagel, Iohn, 223, 366
Harner, Marvin, 115
Harness, Walter, 416
Harriott, Barbara, 338, 339
Harris, Brooke, 198, 203, 361
Haynes, Sandra, 352
Haynie, Lucinda, 115
Hays, Robert, 361
Hayward, Ianice, 116
Hayward, Michael, 372
Hazan, Iack, 428
Head, Margaret, 382
Hearson, Robert, 116
Hedberg, Karen, 254, 353
Heden, Evelyn, 116
Hedge, Gary, 116
Hcdglin, Ronald, 436
Hedstrom, E. Rita, 396
I-Iedstrom. Herbert, 435
Heelan, Glenn, 372
Heeren, Carol, 400, 193
Hegarty, Forrest, 435
Hcidhreder, Martha, 225, 391
Heidbrcder, Mary, 225, 391
Heilmann, Darrell, 138
Heirrian, Barbara, 391
Heimbuch, Raymond, 362
Heintz, Iames, 364
Heitmeier, William, 447, 304
Heivilin, Geraldine, 350
Helg, Ioan, 116
Helgeson, Mary, 388
Helgeveld, David, 241
Helkenn, Naomi, 382
Helland, Mary, 354, 353
Helm, Iohn, 420
Helzer, Iames, 363
Hermann, Bernhart, 182
Hermley, Sherry, 116, 350
Herren, Dale, 237, 116
Hersbergen, Ronald, 436
Hersehberg, Gerald, 94
Hershey, Howard, 238
Herst, Kenneth, 94, 298, 299
Hertzberg, Thomas, 220, 116
Ilery, George, 212, 220, 246, 177
Heryfbro, Allen, 174
Hess, Mavis, 350
Hess, Ronald, 138
Hess, Sara, 396
Hess, William, 254
Hesse, Martha, 136
Hesselman, Thomas, 261
Heuer, Eloise, 16
Heuer, Sandra, 396
Hey, Gloria, 388
Heykants, Ronald, 447
Hibbs, Larry, 22, 227, 424, 191
Hibma, Lois, 274
Hiee, Gail, 274
Htickerson,Caro1, 116, 259
Hickman, Barbara, 345
Hicks, Paul, 305, 365
Hicks, William, 303, 366
Hieronymus, Ruth, 203, 205, 408
Hieronymus, William, 300
Hierstein, William, 301
Higby, Helen, 136
Higginbotham, Ioseph, 439
Higgins, Amy, 136
Higgins, Christine, 196, 387
Higgins, Duane, 361
Higgins, Elaine, 194
High, Richard, 116, 439, 302, 305
Highley, Ernest, 94
Highsmith, Carol, 392
Hiland, Steven, 363
Hild, Beverly, 116,403
Hildebrand, Vicki Lee, 399
Hilderhrand, Dixie, 236, 116
Hildreth, Bruce, 132
Hildreth, Katherine, 237, 116, 387
Hildreth, Sally, 387, 315
Hiler, Mervin, 259, 261
Hilgenberg, Nllalter, 162, 220
Hill, Bonnie, 116
Hill, Iohn, 372
Hill, Iohn Vance, 132, 259, 260
Hill, Michael, 372
Hill, Rae Ann, 348, 351
Hilleman, Terry, 116
Hillerneyer, Bruce, 439
Hilliard, Loren, 302
Hillier, Carol, 339, 338
Hillman, Mark, 415, 239
Hillman, Susan, 136
llilmer, Lavonne, 198, 116
Hilsabeck, Daniel, 423
Hilsman, Ianice, 349
Iliner, David, 94
Hinman, Thomas, 372
Hinrichs, Robert, 116
Hinson, Carol, 395
Hintermeister, Iohn, 247
Hinton, Iohn, 303, 305
Hintze, Larry, 269
Hintzsche, Mary, 334, 335
Hipple, Iatty Io, 116, 352
Hipwell, Constance, 392
Hirtenstein, Lynn, 196, 347
Hirz, Dale, 132
Hiszcynskyj, Roman, 261
Hitchcock, Lee, 436
Hitt, Martha, 351
I-Iixson, Kenneth, 300
Hjermstad, Ann, 356
Hnizda, Frances, 350
Hobart, Susan, 347
Hobbs, Catherine, 136
Hobbs, Karmen, 400
Hobert, Donald, 133
Hodge, Margaret, 116
Hodges, Iames, 443
Hodoway, Stephen, 162
Hoehnle, Iackie, 94
Hoepner, Iohn, 261
Hofer, Dorothea, 391
Hoff, Randy, 436
Hoff, Richard, 300
Hoffa, Elizabeth, 116, 200
Hoffman, Barbara, 382
Hoffman, Charles, 420
Hoffman, Herbert, 20
Hoffman, Thomas, 162
Hoffman, Thomas Iames, 116
Hoffmeier, Brian, 363
Hofmann, Kay Ann, 235, 350
Hogan, Carol, 335
Hogan, Dennis, 233, 443
Hogan, Ianet, 351
Hogan, Nancy, 396
Hohenboken, Cheryl, 116
Hohenshell, Lynne, 237, 116, 338
Hohf, Eileen, 136, 265
Hohle, Charles, 174
Hoie, Denise, 351
Hokanson, Ion, 94
Holaday, Marianne, 395
Holcomb, Albert, 94
Holcomb, Ienny, 408
Holcomb, Robert, 361, 368
Hollander, Richard, 241
Holley, Caroline, 250
Hollingsworth, Gary, 20, 186
Holman, Carter, 238
Holmes, Iack, 444, 94, 297, 298, 299
Holmes, Iohn, 427
Holmes, Marilyn, 224, 116
Holsteen, Iane, 196, 24, 391, 338
Holstrum, Wilma, 116
Holt, Douglas, 262
Holt, Karen, 136
Holt, Nancy, 116
Holt, William, 213, 443
Holtmtan, Stephen, 419
Holton, Etta Mae, 264
Holtorf, Ruth, 136, 264
Holtz, Richard, 361
Holtz, William, 233, 94, 297, 298, 299,
300, 370, 371
Holyoak, Owen, 254
Holzhammer, Iudith, 353
Homan, Mary, 400, 346
Homans, Ronald, 116
Honold, Karen, 223, 337
Hood, Edward, 116
Hood, Edwin, 248
Hook, Steven, 361
Hook, Vella, 264
Hooker, Charlotte, 136, 358
Hoot, Terrence, 238, 99
Hoover, Iames, 262, 274
Hoover, Nancy, 396
Hopkins, Kenneth, 303, 304, 305
Hoppe, Ioann, 117
Hopson, Io Ieanine, 200, 396
Hom, Leon, 302, 303, 305, 371
Horn, Thomas, 117
Hornaday, Iames, 105
Horne, Stephen, 443, 364
Horrigan, David, 427
Horstman, Ioel, 94
Hoskins, Donald, 372
Hoskinson, Reed, 212
Hospodarsky, Donald, 102
Hostetler, Allen, 303, 304, 305, 362, 212,
Hostetter, Carol, 264, 342
Hotger, Ianet, 404
Hoth, Steven, 248, 363
Houar, John, 249
Houck, Linda, 117
Iloudesheldt, Charles, 361
Houk, Mary, 346
Houlahan, Dennis, 239
Houle, Ann, 117
House, John. 447
Houseman, Suzanne, 352
Houser, Donald, 117
Houston, Nancy, 345
Hovland, Mary, 356
lIoward, Ann, 195, 196, 117, 396, 251
Iloward, John, 212
Howard, John Thomas, 117
Howard, Quin, 203, 403
Howard, Stephen, 117
Howard, Theodore, 94
Howe, Arthur, 424
Howe, Donald, 203, 239
Howe, Larry, 233
Howe, Linda, 194, 268
Howell, Barbara, 224, 395, 306
Howell, Wayne, 363
Howerter, Bernard, 162, 374
Howes, Jean, 117, 343
Howland, Barbara, 117
Hoy, Donald, 247
Hoyt, William, 371
Hronik. Edward, 244, 246
Hubbartt, Neva, 346, 347
Hubbell, Rebecca. 356
Huber, James, 232, 94
Hubka, Eugene, 117, 242, 243
Hudgel, David, 262
Hua, Patricia, 200, 117, 255
Hugelman, Billie, 352
Hugg, Janet, 404, 254
Israel, Susan, 117
Iversen, Nancy, 408
Iverson, Daniel, 117
Ivins, Karen, 117, 395
Ivory, Edward, 232, 94
Jackson, Carol, 343, 342, 200
Jackson, Elgin, 239
Jackson, Jean, 391
Jackson, Lawrence, 298, 299, 300
Jackson, Mary Etta, 117
Jackson, Sondra, 236, 117, 273
Jackson, Stephen, 105
Jacob, Joan, 229, 346
Jacobberger, F., 249
Jacobs, Steven, 423
Jacobs, Susan, 403
Jacobson, Edward, 304
Jacobson, James, 365
Jacobson, Jean, 388, 250
Jacobson, Peter, 424
, Robert, 117, 302
Jaeger, Susan, 117
Jagnow, Albert, 117
Jahn, Marilyn, 235
Jahn, William, 416
Jakolat, Nancy, 387, 268
James, Bonnie, 117
James, Jean, 404, 257
James, Larry, 102
James, Mary, 117
James, Susan, 117
Jameson, Carol, 391
Jamieson, Diane, 399, 149
Jansen, Curtis, 222, 424
Jansen, Dale, 239
Johnson, Randall, 362
Johnson, Richard, 240
Johnson, Robert, 260
Johnson, Robert, 118
Johnson, Robert J., 133
Johnson, Roma, 118
Johnson, Sally, 118, 397
Stephanie, 235, 236
Veatrice, 349, 356
Julie, 118, 352
Laura, 224, 396
Johnston, Linda, 195, 196, 197, 396, 306
Miami, 22, sei
waiter 244 102
Joines, Janice, 237, 118, 341, 345, 191
Jolson, Douglas, 118
Jonas, Charles, 233, 234, 94
Jones, Charles, 133, 262
Jones, Daniel, 300
Jones, Diane, 118
Jones, Gerry, 363
Jones, Isham, 224, 118
Jones, Janice, 349
Jones, Jerry, 431,213
Jones, Karen, 136, 265, 357
Jones, Kathryn, 205, 403
Jones, Lawrence, 361
Jones, Mary, 344
Jones, Maynard, 261
Jones, Michael, 447
Jones, Richard, 436
Jones, Rusty, 431
Jons, Marilynn, 403
Joonsar, Heikki, 242, 244, 246, 102, 302,
Hughes, Howard, 133
Hughes, John, 105
Hughes, Judith, 403
Hughes, Katherine, 343
Hughes, Linda, 351
Hughes, Linda R., 133
Hughes, Mary, 136
Hughes, Thomas, 262
Hull, Franklin, 364, 368
Hull, John, 427
Jansen, John, 227, 244, 102
Jaspersen, Darlene, 117
Jeffries, Carol, 250
Jeffries, John, 444
Jenke, Susan, 117
Jenkins, Kathleen, 387
Jenkins, Louise, 395
Jenkins, Richard, 240'
Jennings, Judith, 346, 347
Jennings, Michael, 365
Jordan, Diane, 324
Jordan, Jack, 118, 297, 298, 299
Jordan, Tomma, 341, 344
Jordinson, Ronald, 118
Jorgensen, Bmce, 447
Joslin, Janann, 195, 348, 354, 356
Josten, Lavohn, 136, 264
Joy, Susan, 384
Joy, William, M, 415
IIull, Mackay, 416
Hull, Steven, 440
Ilulstein, Marlene, 117, 274, 349
Humbert, Philip, 363
Hunkins, Mary, 396
Ilunt, David, 439
Hunt, Mary, 117, 274
Hunter, James, 242, 244, 246
Hunter, Robert, 117
IIunter, Susan, 198, 199, 117, 388, 251
Huntley, Charles, 94, 273
Hurlbut, Terrill, 424
Hurley, John, 363
Hurst, Marsha, 223, 273, 346
Hurt, Donald, 148
Hurt, Raymond, 186
Hurt, Susan, 350
Hutchinson, Karen, 117, 264
Hutton, Marcia, 352
Huxford, Gary, 117
Hvidston, David, 420
Hyde, David, 244
Hyde, Suzanne, 205, 217, 404, 268, 193
Hyman, Claire, 202, 407, 251
Hynes, Michael, 365, 368
Hynes, Richard, 240
Ickes, Sandra, 336, 337, 340
Idema, Douglas, 240
Ignam, Kalid, 105
Illian, George, 423
Immer, Joan, 404
Irnmerfall, Cheryl, 136
Ingmanson, Janine, 351
Ingraham, Carol, 195, 208, 225, 117, 399,
Ingwersen, Roger, 232, 94
Ireland, Douglas, 364
Irvine, William, 362
Irwin, Gregory, 416
Iseminger, Jelfrey, 419, 191
Isenberg, Kenneth, 138
Isenberger, Gregory, 372
Isobe, James, 262
Jensen, Danny, 372
Jensen, Karen, 396
Jensen, Kerry, 133, 262
Jensen, Roxanne, 117, 400
Jensen, Susan, 400
Jensen, William, 117
Jepsen, Marvin, 239
Joyce, James, 236
Joyce, Patrick, 362
Julius, Clark, 261
Junck, Katherine, 136
Jung, John, 238
Junginger, William, 439
Jungling, Marvin, 223, 366
Kehoe, Lawrence, 258
Keim, Thomas, 372
Keleher, Rodger, 118
Kellar, Linda, 118
Keller, Kaye, 335
Keller, Scott, 233
Kelley, John, 227
Kelley, Kathleen, 118
Kellogg, Donald, 423, 148
Kellogg, Roderick, 133, 263
Kelly, Dennis, 415
Kelly, James, 435
Kelly, James, 248
Kelly, John, 447, 212
Kelly, William, 94
Keltenborn, Kathy, 408
Kempenaar, Karen Rae, 337
Kennedy, Brian, 261
Kennedy, James, 240
Kennedy, Jane Ann, 118
Kennedy, Kael, 248
Kennett, Michael, 253, 300, 360, 363
Kent, Stephen, 236
Kcntner, Katherine, 352
Kepford, Karen Lee, 355
Kerdus, Mary Beth, 348, 352
Kem, Robert, 94
Kerr, John, 118
Kerr, Roger, 185, H, 254
Kerslake, Gary, 361
Kerwin, James, 118
Kesselring, Gordon, 424, 305
Kessler, Alan, 439
Ketcham, 1V1ichae1, 240
Ketohum, Beme, 118, 245, 146
Ketelsen, Lane, 118, 363
Khatibi, Mahmoud, 246
Khera, Inder, 21, 193
Kiefer, Kenneth, 244, 102
Kieft, Mary Lee, 339
Kiehl, Grace, 94
Kieniapfel, Bruce, 226, 411, 301, 300
Kifle, Yohannes, 193
Kiger, Connie Rae, 388
Kiipsaar, Inne Lee, 395, 268
Kilfoil, James, 240
Killbreath, James, 162
Killinger, Nyle, 198, 382
Kilmer, James, 363
Kilpatrick, Judith, 275
Kimball, James, 133
Kimball, James, 262
Kimberlin, Sharon Kay, 403
Kimzey, Melvin, 94
Kindred, Anne, 136
Jerde. Dennis, 131
Jerrel, Louise, 203, 404
Jesina, Judith, 136
Jessen, Joel, 168, 364
Jessen, Thomas, 443
Jewell, Judith, 341, 342, 344
Jirsa, Carol, 387
Jochims, Jerry, 260
Johannsen, Julie, 118
Johannsen, Ulmer, 23
Johansen, Gary, 361, 366
Johns, Stephen, 416
Jungmann, Conrad, 238
Junkunc, Judy, 382
Kaiser, Michael, 118
Kaldenberg, Leon, 138
Kallmer, James, 248
Kalma, Katharine, 391
Kalnins, Gaida, 118
Kalnitskey, Kathie, 407
Kaltenbom, Kathryn, 223, 350
King, Christine, 335
King, Joseph, 423
King, Kathleen, 223
King, Mary, 345
King? Ronald, 240
Warren, 118, 365
Kingsbury, Kristine, 403
Kingsley, Gordon, 242, 248
Kinion, Paul, 105
Antoinette, 228, 334, 335
Johnson, Barbara, 399
Johnson, Barbara Joan, 387
Johnson, Bloyce, 361
Johnson, Charles, 447
Johnson, Charles, 118
Johnson, Christie, 351
Johnson, Constance, 338
Johnson, Craig, 444
Johnson, Dale, 227, 435
Johnson, Dianne, 392
Johnson, Ellen, 118
Johnson, Gary, 436
Johnson, Harold, 238, 300
Johnson, Jerry, 94
Johnson, Judith, 268
Johnson, Judy, 403
Johnson, Kennneth, 262
Johnson, Kent, 366
Johnson, Kristin, 346, 347, 56
Johnson, Lester, 118
Johnson, Lynn, 345
Johnson, Mary Ann, 354
Mary Anne, 230, 237, 348
Kamen, Allan, 412
Kammermeyer, John, 133
Kammiller, Joanne, 346
Kane, Randall, 361
Kantak, Daniel, 162
Kanter, Mayer, 248
Kantesaria, Prabbudas, 102
Kaplan, Joy, 407
Kapaln, Louise, 407
Kaplan, Paula, 107, 191
Kaplan, Phyllis, 335
Karl, Barbara, 211, 224,407, 268
Karunakaran, A., 94
Kasapis, Constantinos, 440, 162
Kaschmitter, Matthew, 118
Kasemeier, Janet Kay, 264
Kauffman, Kent, 211, 443
Kautz, David, 416
Kautz, Linda, 200, 118, 403, 255
Kaven, Dale, 241
Kay, Dennis, 261
Keahbone, Gordon, 118
Keat, Kenneth, 223, 224, 362, 366
Keehn, Susan, 338
Keeley, Barry, 212, 177
Keen, Thomas, 223, 424
William, 299, 301
Kinnamon, Jerald, 105, 252
Kinne, Caroline, 400, 191
Kinney, Karen, 136, 264
Kinney, Larry, 244, 246, 102, 252
Kinoshita, Naomi, 118
Kinsinger, Michael, 436, 305
Kiplinger, Kasey, 415
Kipnes, Barry, 118, 412
Kipp, Marvin, 362
Kirby, Michael, 416, 371
Kirby, Patrick, 416
Kirkhart, Arlen, 372
Kirkland, Donnie Sue, 339, 338
Kirkpatrick, Ann, 203, 382
Kisler, Geraldine, 341, 345
Kissinger, Michael, 220, 364, 368
Kitsis, Robert, 412
Kittleman, Thomas, 243, 102
Kladde, Uwe, 411
Kladstrup, Donald, 364
Klahn, Rolena Ann, 118, 251
Klein, George, 233
Klein, John, 118
Kleinjan, Eileen, 396
Klepinger, Mary Jane, 387, 200
Kling, Kathryn, 403
Kling, Timothy, 217, 25, 440, 191
Klingaman, Robert, 118
Kltinger, Phillip, 439, 94
Klinkenborg, Culver, 105
Klinzman, Roger, 94, 298
Klobuchar, Martha Kay, 387, 191
Klocksiem, Penelope, 273, 347
Klopping, Sheila Nan, 274
Klosterman, Everett, 275
Klosterman, Lucy Arm, 274
Klouda, Gary, 444
Klouda, Karen, 346, 347
Klumpar, David, 436
Kluver, Stanley, 419
Knappen, Marilyn, 119
Knecht, Ben, 133
Kross, Russell, 242, 243, 102
Krull, Mary Ann, 119
Krull, Mary Ann Faith, 347
Kruse, Carl, 262
Kruse, Elaine, 354
Kruse, George, 119
Kruzick, Donna Lee, 119
Kryder, Ralph, 364, 213
Kubicek, Linda Ann, 236, 119
Kubik, Iudy Ann, 343
Kubik, Roger, 435, 3110
Kuchenbaker, Lois Ann, 119
Kuchl, Iudith Ann, 233, 235,
Kuhl, Gerald, 360, 363, 366
Kuhl, Sheryl lean, 339, 338
Latta, George, 162, 220
Laudner, Marilyn, 335
Lauer, lacquclyn, 396
Laughlin, Nancy, 400, 306, 191, 188
Laughlin, Ralph, 212
Laughnan, Linda Sue, 347
Lawler, Georgia Ann, 200
Lawler, Mary Beth, 25
Lawlor, Maureen, 119, 391
Lawrence, Iohn, 444, 300
Lawrence, Larry, 443
Lawrence, Susan, 203, 407
Lawton, Roger, 248
Lazarus, Karen, 395
Lazinger, Ioel, 119
Linkletter, Karen Ann, 120
Linn, Steven, 371
Linton, Cynthia Ann, 196, 354
Lippisch, Blanca, 120, 399
Lipton, Martha Ruth, 388, 269
Lischer, Eleanor, 404, 256
Lischer, Henry, 423
Lisle, john, 432, 95
Liss, Sue Ellen, 382
Litsey, Dinah lane, 396
Little, Clara Iane, 341, 344, 342
Little, Iarnes, 95
Little, Nancy Raye, 391
Sandra Sue, 194
Janet, 237, 120
Knecht, Ioan, 395
Knibbs, Ronald, 419
Knopf, Morris, 248
Knopp, Loretta, 264
Knott, John, 371
Knowles, Wendy Sue, 198, 341, 345, 342
Knox, Robert, 362
Knudsen, Linda, 404
Knudsen, Lois, 119
Knudsen, Russell, 415
Lois Kaye, 337, 339
Knudson, Monte, 94
Koberg, Duane, 236, 94
Kobes, Eugene, 299
Kuhn, Ramona, 392
Kuhr, Carolyn lane, K, 119, 338
Kuiken, Donald, 27, 419
Kulik, Michael, 365
Kullbom, Terry, 239
Kundel, David, 262
Kushner, Amold, 262
Kushner, Kathleen, 216, 237, 407, 306
Kuypers, Karen Ruth, 347
Kyner, David, 447
Labounty, Gary, 138
Ladegaard, Iames, 119
Leach, Marvin, 362
League, Stephen, 427
Leamer, Patricia Io, 119
Lee, Carol lane, 391
Lee, Gordon, 261, 371
Lee, Harold, 119
Lee, Iames, 119
Lee, Molly, 223, 388
Lce, Richard, 20, 174
Lee, Terrie, 400, 314
Lee, Thomas, 258
Lee, Thomas Lloyd, 245
Leeper, Dennis, 120
Leeper, George, 120, 362
Lelgren, Nancy, 388, 352
Lockard, Peggy Anne, 120
Lockhart, Gary, 120
Lockwood, Lynda Kay, 196, 223, 120, 391
Lockwood, Sylvia lean, 349
Loeck, Charles, 120
Loendorf, Sylvia Sue, 120
Lofgren, Iames, 202, 238
Loftus, Donald, 366
Logsdon, Martha Gay, 350
Logue, Lesley Iohtanna, 391
Lohif, Clarence, 120
Lohfl, Dolores Jane, 223, 347
Lohff, Iohn, 363
Lohr, Ioihn, 95
Londrigan, Ioseph, 364
Kobler, Linda, 136
Kochel, Michael, 223, 419
Kock, Russell, 374
Koder, Rebecca Ann, 392
Koe, Edward, 257
Koehler, Albert, 440
Koehler, Sandra Lee, 254, 350
Koehn, Iiames, 20, 427
Koehn, Iames, 174
Koellner, William, 426, 370, 371
Koepnick, Karen Kay, 264
Koeppen, Paul, 94
Koester, Kenneth, 366
Kofron, Philip, 240
Kohl, Dennis, 186
Kohl, Vemon, 20, 181
Kohlhammer, David, 416
Kohn, Ioyce, 119
Kollman, Gerald, 138
Kollman, Diann, 338
Kolterman, Robert, 119, 435
Konchar, Robert, 248
Konop, Cora, 352
Kopel, Iames, 211, 190, 193
Kopeska, Karen, 268
Kopf, Kathryn, 255
Kos, Frank, 443
Koser, Karen Lynn, 119
Koss, Shirley Mae, 273
Kotok, Alan, 428
Koudelka, Iane Marie, 275, 345, 342
Kovacevich, Dennis, 423
Kowal, David, 119
Kozel, Thomas, 435
Kraai, Gerald, 440
Kracht, Lavonne Rae, 245
Krahmer, Iohn, 119
Kramer, Katherine, 342
Kramer, Larry, 185, 186
Kramer, Theodore, 119
Knane, Linda Anne, 119, 251, 192
Krantz, Ianice, 119
Krantz, Susan, 382
Krapll, Gary, 94
Kraus, Leo, 366
Kraus, Rudolf, 261
Krause, Paul, 220, 162
Kreamer, Robert, 249
Krebs, Loretta Lee, 352
Kreelcos, Michael, 239
Kregness, Karen Linda, 395
Krehlik, Dean, 95
Kreinbring, Raymond, 436
Krciter, Frances Ioy, 396
Krckel, Gene, 23, 249, 252
Kress, Craig, 444
Krier, Duwayne, 95
Krigsten, Eli, 133
Krill, William, 162
Kristufek, Sandra, 384
Krockover, Gerald, 119, 428
Kron, Ieanne Marie, 236, 119, 396
Kron, Patricia Ann, 396
Kropacek, Marilyn Lee, 136
Ladrey, Estelle, 119
Laenertz, Karen Ann, 352, 354
Laga, Iarnes, 119
Lage, Diane, 337
Laing, Earl, 261
Laing, Robert, 203, 444
Lamb, David, 119
Lamb, Dennis, 424
Lamb, Robert, 217, 222, 226, 440
Lamberti, Christine, 338, 340
Lampe, Barbara Ann, 119
Lampe, Gerold, 119
Lampe, Wallace, 102
Lamson, Linda Anne, 391
Landau, Robert, 240
Landhuis, Iesse, 262
Landis, Iames, 427
Landis, Mary Iean, 387
Lane, Iack, 261
Lane, Ioan, 136, 265
Lane, Susan, 334
Lane, Virginia, 347
Lang, William, 242, 102, 269, 372
Lange, Iudith, 337
Langer, Barbara, 392
Langer, Michael, 419
Langerud, Cecilia, 257
Langesen, lean, 235, 352
Langlas, Anne, 349
Langlas, Ronald, 233, 275, 305
Lanning, Thomas, 95
Lannon, William, 439
Lantis, Larry, 261
Lapainis, Egils, 432
Lapes, Donald, 95
Laplante, Cheryl Kay, 348, 354
Lappin, Don, 247, 105
Laptook, Marian, 119
Larkim, Iohn, 119
Larsen, Louise, 194, 343
Larsen, Margaret, 119, 269
Larsen, Richard, 247
Larsen, Richard I., 119
Larson, Anita, 136, 357
Larson, Bruce, 119
Larson, Charles, 223, 224, 248
Larson, David, 370
Larson, Delbert, 133
Larson, Iohn, 250
Larson, Iohn, 105, 419
Larson, Jonathan, 374
Larson, Iulie Ann, 404
Larson, Marjorie, 342
Larson, Robert, 119
Larson, Susan, 350
Larson, Vern, 102
Larue, Dick, 427
Lasack, Lynn, 364
Lashbrook, Mary, 396, 338
Lasota, lOh.n, 162, 427
Lastine, Lyle, 95
Lasuer, Virginia, 343
Latham, Robert, 444
Latimer, Nancy Ann, 342
Legg, Patricia, 120
Leggett, Ianet Kay, 399
Lehman, Irvin, 236
Lehmann, Richard, 447, 95
Leinhauser, Mike, 213
Leistikow, David, 371
Lemke, Kenneth, 105
Lenit, Sheila, 356
Lenninger, Sharon Kay, 336
Lenowitz, Sharleen, 338, 339
Leonard, David, 360
Leonard, Donald, 443
Leonard, Lawrence, 186
Leonhart, Donald, 362
Lercher, Lance, 436
Lerner, Robert, 95
Leseney, Iiarnes, 365
Leslie, Douglas, 120
Lester, Ierry, 233
Lettow, Gary, 120
Leuz, Marilyn, 120, 395, 268
Levi, Katherine, 407
Levin, Annette, 264
Levin, Judith, 203, 407
Levine, David, 263
Levinson, Raleigh Ann, 120, 407
Levison, David, 105
Levison, Marlin, 365
Levois, Michel, 178
Levsen, Donald, 232, 95
Levsen, Peggy Ann, 136, 323
Lewame, Iohn, 120
Lewis, Barbara Kay, 404
Lewis, Ervin, 248
Lewis, Gary, 95, 302
Lewis, Iellrey, 431
Leytze, Rudolph, 432
Lezotte, Robert, 162, 220
Libby, Richard, 120, 254
Liddicoat, Donald, 174
Lidman, Robert, 432
Liebenow, Richard, 213
Lieberfarb, Dale, 136
Lien, Nancy Ann, 392
Lietzau, Richard, 365
Lietzau, Sharon Lee, 136
Light, Mary Anna, 273
Lightfoot, Thomas, 364, 363
Likes, Larry, 120
Lillard, Larry, 248
Lilly, Steven, 162, 439
Linari, Marion, 133
Linch, Carol Iayne, 349
Lincoln, John, 305
Lind, Carol Ann, 392, 337
Lindberg, Anita KaY, 384, 200
Lindberg, Kenneth, 120
Lindholm, Iohn, 261
Lindholm, Marilyn, 194, 265
Lindroth, David, 120
Lindsay, Rose Ann, 400
Linge, Iack, 223, 247
Limhoif, Charles, 303, 305
Linkin, Rodney, 363
Long, Alice Rae, 399
Long, Barbara Ann, 273
Long, David, 162
Long, Doris, 268
Long, Linda, 120
Long, Roger, 120
Long, Ronald, 95
Longstreth, Alvinia, 200
Lonning, Pamela Lyn, 120, 352
s, Donald, 239
Bertine, 395, 275
Loos, Larry, 120
Lorack, Margaret, 404, 319
Lorenc, Donald, 242, 244
Lorenz, Katherine, 400
Lorimor, Karen Anne, 136, 265
Lory, Linda, 198, 199, 400
Lotstein, Robert, 412
Lott, Michael, 427
r, Dick, 120
Low, Thomas, 416
Lowe, Timothy, 427
an, Gary, 120
Lowry, George, 120
er, Iohn, 247, 250
Marcia Ann, 259
Lozicr, Richard, 432
Lubin, Alvin, 261
Lubin, Lewis, 428
Lucas, Adena Lane, 120
Kathleen, 223, 352
Lucke, Ann Marie, 237, 350
Lucken, Carolyn, 120
Ludeman, Stephen, 371, 370
g, Phyllis jean, 236
smeyer, Carolyn, 196, 345
Iane Anne, 353
Lundgren, Ion, 362
Lundgren, Nels, 436
Lundgren, Rodney, 365
Lundquist, Eric, 226, 443
Lunduall, Ann Kathryn, 392
, Sheila Mae, 337
Lupton, Linda Kay, 237
Lustgarten, Michael, 217, 428
Lutz, Iudith Ann, 136, 32.3
Lutz, Patricia Ann, 120, 399
Lutz, Richard, 184
man, Richard, 419
Lyford, Charles, 263
Lynch, Ianet Kay, 342
Lynch, Melvin, 95, 365
Linda Lee, 354
Terry, 120, 168
Nlabie, Marla Kaye, 237, 120
Mabry, lane, 395
Mabus, Linda Ann, 95
David, 27, 443
Machac, Patricia Ann, 391, 338
Mack, Donald, 364
Mackintosh, Peter, 419
Macloskey, Ronald, 436
MacMonagle, Ellen, 337
Mayberry, Phillip, 420
Mayer, Daniel, 121, 302
Mayer, George, 208
Mayer, Steve, 419
Madden, John, 263
Madden, Ross, 260
Madden, Zita Ellen, 120
Maddy, Claudia, 355
Maynard, Marvin, 258
Mayne, Tommie, 416
Mays, Vtfallace, 237, 121
McAdam, Esther, 408
Madsen, Thomas, 362
Magee, Maureen, 25, 399
Magncr, Clement, 275
Magnuson, Ronald, 361
Mahajtan, Umakant, 21
Maharry, Randall, 120, 259, 263
McAndrew, James, 436, 174
McBeth, Bonnie Mae, 121
McBlain, David, 363
McBride, Michael, 222, 365
McCabe, Marilyn, 250, 347
Maher, Karen Ann, 399
Maher, Mary Kathryn, 399
Mahoney, Russell, 263
Maier, Danielle Jane, 352
Mailliard, Robert, 133
Maitzen, Richard, 365
Mallory, Diana Jean, 337
Malloy, Patrick, 102
Malone, Clark, 365
Malone, Michael, 372
Malpede, John, 416
Maly, Philip, 121
Mammen, Harris, 363
Mandas, Violette, 353
Maner, Minta Lou, 221, 121
Manhart, Robert, 443
Mann, James, 121
Mannebach, Joeth, 197, 205, 391, 308
Manocheo, Ann, 349
Manocheo, David, 249
Manser, Darrel, 95
Manvitz, Amold, 216, 428, 188
Marchant, Jack, 443
Margosian, Sherry, 353
Margulis, Jay, 428, 95
Maring, Dennis, 411
Marks, Joseph, 412
Markulin, Linda Jean, 216, 306, 188
Markwell, Gary, 366
Marlow, Sheryl Ann, 264
Marschalk, R. J. Jr., 121
Marsh, Marilyn, 343
Marshall, David, 236, 427,
Marshall, Gary, 203, 443
Marshall, Katherine, 352
Marshek, John, 427
Marston, David, 26, 42,
Marten, Paula Jean, 337
Martens, Cynthia, 338
Martin, Charles, 95
Martin, Dennis, 362, 366, 364
Martin, Katherine, 121
Martin, Jack, 436
Martin, John, 298
Martin, Larry, 416
Martin, Linda, 121
Martin, Michael, 212, 223, 121, 249
Martin, Paul, 121
Martinez, Gilbert, 261
Marvel, John, 419
Mashek, Stephen, 439
Mask, Ernest, 435, 300
Mason, David, 223, 366, 364, 368
Masselink, Gerrit, 22, 435
Massick, Stephen, 262
Massucci, Arthur, 20
Mast, Linda Kay, 395, 250
Mastrogany, Michael, 416
Mathews, James, 420
Mathews, Larry, 241
Mathews, Norman, 121
Mathies, Richard, 121
Matson, John, 233, 212
Matter, Mary Lou, 343
Matthias, Dennis, 121
Matthias, Nancy, 197, 396
Mattis, Janice Kay, 121
Mattison, Marianne, 121
Mauer, Karen Jean, 200, 121, 342
Mauer, Nancy Joann, 223
M.aule, Judith, 339, 338
Maurer, Charles, 121, 298
Maurice, John, 420
Maw, Norman, 436, 174
Maxheim, Paula Ann, 136, 357
Maxwell, Connie, 400, 251 254, 319
Maxwell, Robert, 443
Maxwell, Thomas, 95
Mayberry, Jann, 384
McCahill, Tonia Ann, 22, 236
McCal1ister, Marian, 136
McCartcn, John, 258
MeCarter, Elaine, 257
McCarthy, John, 299, 181
McCasey, Leslie, 408
McCauley, Eloise, 342
McCauley, Robert, 95
McCaw, Fred, 222, 365
McC1arnan, Sara-Jean, 121
McCleary, Harriet, 337
McClelland, Judith, 121, 384
McClelland, Karen, 346
McC1ena1-ian, Charles, 240
McClendon, George, 121
McClimon, Paul, 246
McClone, Judith Ellen, 121, 352, 200
McCloskey, John, 239
McCloskey, Mary Sue, 335
McCoicl, David, 416
McConkey, Karen Ann, 395
McConkie, John, 262
McConkie, Mary Irene, 391, 268
McConnell, Jana Ruth, 344, 342
McCormick, Patrick, 247
McCormick, William, 232, 95
McCoy, Michael, 372
McCoy, Roger, 423
McCray, Larry, 238
McCright, Kathleen, 353
McCullough, Patricia, 396
McCurry, Penny Jane, 274
McDaniel, Carroll, 348, 352
McDaniel, George, 424
McDonald, James, 260
McDonald, Janice, 336, 337
McDonald, John, 133
McDonald, Pamela, 352, 354
McDowell, Ivory, 162
McDowell, Sandra Kay, 341
McElveen, Mary Susan, 403
McGarvey, Brian, 432
McGarvey, John, 26, 432
McGarvey, Patrick, 415
McGarvey, Paul, 260
McGee, Kathleen, 265
McGill, Gerald, 212
McGinnis, James, 102
McGohan, Elizabeth, 195, 197, 237, 388
McGoun, Mary, 391
McGowan, Roy, 186
McGreevey, Edward, 241
McGregor, Jerry, 415, 95
McGregor, William, 262
McGuire, Brian, 372
McGuire, James, 162
McGuire, Molly, 400
McKee, Erik, 361, 364
McKee, John, 253
McKenna, Rosemary, 198, 199, 237, 388
McKinney, Mark, 419
McKnight, Robert, 368, 223, 233, 360,
McLain, Frederick, 419
McLane, John, 102, 362
McLane, Richard, 368, 367, 232, 360, 363,
McLaughlin, Michael, 238
McLaughlin, Richard, 95
McLeod, Mary, 382, 268
McLeod, Scott, 298, 299, 121, 427, 297
McLeran, Robert, 250
McMahon, Diane, 198, 222, 388, 191
McMecn, Lewis, 121, 168
McMorris, John, 364
McNeil, Michael, 95
McNeil, Patricia, 250
McNiel, Margaret, 345, 342
M:Peak, James, 250
McPike, J. Donald, 260
McQueen, Nancy, 269, 345, 343
McSwiggin, Joseph, 246
M:Vxlilliams, Jean, 387
Meade, Rita, 121
Mears, Judith Ann, 121
Mears, Marcus, 20, 427, 302, 184
Meek, Carol, 198, 217, 222, 388
Meester, Gerald, 204, 423
Megrew, Paul, 121
Mehesan, Thomas, 443
Meier, Carl, 433
Meier, Ginnie Kay, 265
Meier, Patricia, 22, 237, 342
Meierkord, John, 447
Meindertsmta, Martha, 200, 223, 3
Meisgeier, Larry, 121
Meland, William, 365
Mclson, Eric, 95, 372
Menke, Joan, 388
Mensching, Charles, 364
Meridith, Dennis, 223, 443
Merrick, Robert, 121
Merrill, Marcee, 403
Mcrta, Daniel, 447
Mertz, Carol, 341
Mitchell, Mary Jo, 237, 388
Mitchell, Sara, 350
Mitchell, Susan, 198, 237, 388
Mittelbusher, Gary, 439
Mittelstadt, Jaclynn, 356
Mockridge Susan, 196, 197, 211, 224,
Moeller, Jacquelyn, 200
Linda Kay, ss?
Moffatt, Nadene, 268
Mohni, Carole, 359
Mohr, Erwin, 102
Mohr, John, 133
Mohr, Theon, 343
Mokelstad, John, 122
Moklestad, Michal, 122
Moline, Kay Ellen, 122, 391, 306
Molla, Mogus, 221
Monahan, Julia, 12
Mong, Carole, Ann, 237, 122, 400
Moninger, Barbara, 12
Monk, Gerald, 122, 302
Monks, Joan Ruth, 122
Monohon, Paul, 362, 213
Montgomery, Ann, 400
Montgomery, Dick, 203, 432, 191
Messer, Nancy, 384
Messerli, Mary, 337
a, Marie, 403
Meusey, Joseph, 248
Meyer, Amelia, 349
Meyer, Betsy, 121, 392
Meyer, Carol Ann, 352
Meyer, Larry, 223, 411
Meyer, Martha Raye, 121, E6
Meyer on Alan 428
S 3 l
Michael, Deanna, 12
Michaels, Holly Noel, 12, 392
Mick, James, 447
Mick, Thomas, 447
Mickelson, Margaret, 264
Mickle, Darlynn, 356
Millen, James, 415
Miller, Allen, 443
Montgomery, Sue Carol, 400, 250
Montgomery, Susan, 274
Montgomery, Timothy, 227, 432
Montross, Kaye Jean, 350
Mood, Alan, 436, 212
Moon, Judith Anne, 338
Moon, Larry, 122
Moon, Michael, 423
Moon, Nancy Beth, 122
Moore, Clarence, 133, 261
Moore, David, 223, 419
Moore, Eloise, 353
Moore, Frederick, 242, 243, 246, 102
Moore, Janet Kay, 230, 334, 337, 193
Moore, Larry, 95, 27, 298, 299
Moore, Marilyn Kay, 203, 403, 306
Moore, Metta May, 273
Moore, Paul, 361
Moore, Roberta, 122
Moran, Michael, 138
Miller, Cathy Ann, 12
Miller, David Eugene, 372
Miller, David Leroy, 27
Miller, Donald, 444
Miller, Donna Rae, 268
Miller, Doreen, 12
Morehead, Richard, 403
Moorehead, Thomas, 443
Moreland, David, 122
Moreland, Patricia, 200
Mori, Darrel, 371
Morgan, Constance, 392
Jean Louise, 268, 371 ,
Judy Kay, 399
Judy Marie, 345
Karen Ann, 237
Kemp, 233, 363
Leo, 300, 162
Ned, 247, 105
Philip K., 372
Philip E., 212
Ray, 122, 262
Richard E., 420
Richard, 363, 368
Robert B. Jr., 12
Morgan, David, 371
Morgan, Joyce Ann, 12
Morgan, Kathleen, 136, 264
Morgan, Linda 1.ee, 384
Morris, Sandra Ann, 400
Morris, William, 122
Dorothy, 197, 224, 237, 387
Morrison, Linda, 197, 203, 403, 250, 268
Morrison, Thomas, 411
Morrissey, Jane Alice, 230, 237, 122, 275
Morrissey, Jean Ann, 237, 12, 275
Morton, John, 213
Mosena, Carolyn, 122
Moser, Mary, 201, 224, 12, 392
Moses, James, 174
Miller, Robert C., 365, 368
Miller, Robert G., 95
Miller, Robert George, 419
Miller, Robert Glenn, 122
Miller, Robert Morton, 232, 447
Miller, Roger, 260
Miller, Ronald, 435
Miller, Sheila Kaye, 12, 407
Miller, Steven, 122
Miller, Susan Marie, 388
Miller, Vlfilliam, 371
Mills, George, 122
Mills, Gordon, 122, 302
Mills, Dean, 150
Mills, VVayne, 371
Miner, Dale, 174
Minikus, Stephen, 443
Miresse, James, 439
Misbach, Mary, 222, 392
Mitchell, Charles, 105
Mitchell, Dale, 246, 269
Mitchell, Janet, 338
Mitchell Lydnta Ann, 388
Moses, Michal, 444, 162
Mosher, Ann Louise, 321, 222, 237, 336,
Mosier, Thomas, 12, 148
Moss, David, 162, 174
Mossman, Robert, 444
Mote, James, 95
Mougin Anna Marie, 236,
Moul, Robert, 423
Mowen, James, 444, 174
Mowry, Madelyn, 384
Mowry, Thomas, 447
Moyer, Bonnie, 122
Mueller, Barbara, 382, H
Mueller, Carolyn, 200, 408
Mueller, Phyllis, 349
Muhlenbruch, Robert, 415
Muilenburg, Robert, 95
Mulder, Carolyn, 123
Mulder, Dallas, 95
Mullarky, Richard, 204, 42
Mullen, Charles, 105
Mullen, Ted, 254
Robert, 123, 439
Mulligan, Terrence, 420
Mullins, Michael, 162
Mulmcd, Lawrence, 428
Mumm, Noel, 240
Munch, Karen Ruth, 223, 123
Mary Mae, 123
Mundy, Richard, 420, 192
Munns, James, 447
Munson, Margaret, 203, 334
Munson, Philip, 362
Murfield, Janet, 194
Murphy, Barbara Ann, 123
Murphy, Barbara Jean, 352
Murphy, Carolyn Ruth, 404
Murphy, Charles, 415
Murphy, John, 133
Murphy, John, 262
Murphy, John, 43
Murphy, Mary, 123
Murphy, Michael, 447
Murphy, Molly, 123
Murphy, Patrick, 233
Murphy, Richard, 105
Murray, Roger, 181
, Jean, 123
ve, Jean, 123
Musser, Karen, 123
Larry, 365, 174
Judy Lee, 123, 350
Myrick, Mickey, 123
Naas, Abtleltatil, 102
Nabedrick, Marsha, 337, 340
el, Carol, 234, 382
Nachazel, John, 436
Neibert, Anne Louise, 396
1, Robert, 123
Napier, Jerry, 123
ane Ann, 123
Nazette, Ronald, 427
Neal, Clark, 420
Neal, Martha, 273
Near, Robert, 443
Mary Lou, 225, asv
Nedved, Larry, 424
Needles, Roscoe, 232, 95
Nell, Patricia Kay, 123
Nell, Richard, 372, 370
Nell, Ronald, 223
Neglia, Mary, 123, 349
Neiman, Donald, 226, 443
1, Richard, 443
Nelson, D. Harold, 123
Nelson, Diana, 136
Nelson, Elizabeth, 408, 353
Nelson, Lawrence, 443
Nelson, Linda Jean, 343
Nelson, Linda Joy, 201, 384
Nelson, Merrill, 427
Nelson, Norman, 133
Nelson, Robert, 241
Nelson, Sandra, 123
Nelson, Susan, 395
Nelson, VVilrner, 447
Thomas 433 263
Nesbit: Willie, 364 3
Ness, Toni, 353
Nestrud, Thomas, 439, 178, 212
Neth, NVilliam, 361
Netherton, Darrell, 360, 363, 366, 191,
Neufeld, Edwin, 123
Neufeld, Richard, 227, 431
Neuger, Linda, 407
N cuzil ,
n, Deannc, 275, 334
th, Cyntltia, 205, 407, 342
New, Michael, 226, 123, 419
Newbrough, Vlfilliam, 361
Newcomer, Martha Ann, 250, 346
Newell, Linda Sue, 137
Newell, Patricia, 355
Newton, Carol, 337
Neyens, Harry, 123
Neylan, Kathleen, 395
Nichelson, Jane, 137, 357
Nichols, Craig, 220, 95, 178, 274
Nichols, Diane, 387
Nichols, Judy, 123
Nichols, Margaret, 392
Nichols, Stuart, 364
Nicholson, Nancy Ann, 200
Nicol, Danny, 447
Niday, James, 102
Niebaum, Linda, 235, 348, 352, 354, 355
Niedbala, lVi1liam, 162, 220
Nielsen, Janet, Lee, 264
Nielsen, Richard, 300
Niemann, Mary Ann, 137
Niemeyer, John, 105
Nightingale, Roger, 239
Niichcl, Richard, 247, 105
Niland, John, 162
Nissen, James, 427
Nizolek, Joseph, 133, 261
Noble, Charles, 362, 212, 368
Nodcan, Xklalter, 372
Noecker, Phyllis, 392
Nolltz, Paula Ann, 396
Nolan, Linda Kay, 384, 338
Nolan, Sheila, 195, 197, 388
Noland, Jon, 440
Nolte, David, 371
Noonan, Karl, 162
Norby, Gary,l23, 424
Norcott, Ann, 196, 197, 352, 354. 356
Norland, John, 95, 374
Norris, Richard, 248
Nosbish, James, 447
Nott, Jerri, 337
Noursc, Craig, 162,
Novak, David, 123
Novak, Mary Joan, 340, 338
Nowlin, Joyce, 123
Nowotny, Linda, 350
Noyle, Linda, 123
Nuttall, Barbara, 319, 211, 396, 251,
Nye, Donna, 382
Nylund, Robert, 258
Nyquist, Linda Rae, 400, 309
Oherweis, Janet May, 123, 408
O'Brien, Denise, 382
O'Brien, James, 123
O'Brien, Michael, 303, 305
OiBrien, Patrick, 415
O'Brien, Terry, 275, 362
Ochs, Melvin, 261
O'Conner, Vllilliam, 105
O'Connor, Richard, 371
O'Connor, Thomas, 213
Odendahl, Frederick, 416
Odendahl, Marsha Ann, 342
Otlle, Dick, 371
O'Donne1l, James, 205, 221, 439
Oehler, Sally, 200, 396
Oest, Mary, 352
Ofallon, Mary Ann, 342
Olstcad, Ronald, 258
Ogata, Dennis, 371
O'11alloran, James, 123
Ohde, Joann, 338
Ohde, Sharon, 337
O,11ollearn, Kathryn, 264, 275
Okamura, Alan, 223, 232, 236, 419, 95
Okubo, Phyllis, 123
Oldorl, Dennis, 232, 95
O3Leary, Maureen, 349
Olesen, Harold, 239
Oleson, Blake, 162
Olinc, Gary, 367
Olinger, VVil1iam, 248, 105, 249
Olive, Jane Ann, 400, 200
Olive, Susan, 400, 306
Olmstead, Karen Lee, 123
Olney, Laverne, 362
Olsen, Allan, 105
Olsen, Jay, 365
Olson, Donald, 123
Olson, Eugene, 269, 191, 370, 372, 190
Olson, Gary, 168, 226, 443, 191
Olson, Gregory, 124, 435, 269
Olson, Irving, 102
Olson, Jerilyn, 124
Olson, Jo Ann, 399
Olson, Joyce, 338,340
Olson, Judith, 335
Olson, Judy Kay, 353
Olson, Karen, 337
Olson, Lois Mae, 137
Olson, Melvin, 238
Olson, Peggy Ann, 337, 388, 343
Olson, Phyllis, 341
Olson, Serene, 336, 338
Olson, Sharon, 222, 392
Olson, Wayne, 371
Ommen, Eugene, 138
Omodt, Robert, 124
O1Neil1, Patrick, 371, 370
Onken, Richard, 124
Orr, John, 439
Orr, Larry, 415
Orr, Pauline Kay, 137, 265
Orr, Sue Anne, 396
Orr, Vlfilliam, 424
Orris, James, 447
Osborn, Robert, 259, 262
Osborne, Joel, 371
Osgood, Susan, 124
Oslack, Judith Ann, 149
Ostendorf, Harry, 233
Ostrander, Harry, 254, 174
Ostrander, Regina Jo, 341, 344,
Oswald, Georgia, 388, 338
O'Too1e, Patricia, 237
Ott, David, 435, 303, 305
Ottescn, Realll, 250
Otto, Janice Ann, 352
Otto, Robert, 96
Otto, VVi1liam, 439
Outhouse, Carolyn, 124
Outhouse, Richard, 274
Over, Oliver, 372
Over, Oscar, 370, 372
Overgaard, Margaret, 124. 352
Owen, Gwen, 404, 268, 188
Owen, Wilbert, 239
Paeanowski, Roger, 263
Packard, David, 365
Packer, Ellen, 264
Packwood, John, 411, 245
Padgham, Kenneth, 419
Padnos, Mark, 412
Pacth, Avis Jane, 355
Page, Sally, 336, 338, 340
Page, Sylvia, 124, 352, 355
Page, Vernon, 248, 252
Palmer, Catherine, 335
Palmer, Claudia, 124
Palmer, Patricia, 274
Palmer, VVilliam, 102, 299
Parnpel, Lucille, 273, 351
Pancotto, Paul, 419
Pankey, Eugene, 223, 240, 374
Pankey, Melvin, 233
Pankey, Russell, 232, 236, 96
Papp, Joseph, 363
Parclen, James, 249
Paris, VVarren, 124
Parisi, VVillinm, 204, 208, 222,
Park, James, 360, 362, 367
Parker, Joanne, 388
Parker, Leslie, 203, 209, 400
Parker, Lindta, 399, 306
Parker, Norman, 220, 181
Parks, Melvin, 133
Parks, XVilliam, 431, 188
Parrott, Patricia, 237, 347
Parsons, David, 447
Parsons, Philip, 363
Pas, Rick, 374
Pasker, Jean, 400, 313
Passmore, David, 124
Pastras, Theodore, 420
Patch, Nancy Jean, 349
Patel, Sureshchantlra, 244, 103
Paton, Gwen Marie, 346, 347
Patrick, Thomas, 244
Patrigo, Willitam, 440
Patterson, Jane, 201, 237, 124, 338, 339
Patterson, Marie, 237, 343, 345
Patton, Frank, 216, 431
Paul, Susan Kay, 384
Pauley, Eugene, 427
Pauling, Dennis, 168, 420
Paull, Charlotte, 198, 223, 388
Paulsen, Joseph, 362
Pauly, Mary Ann, 339, 338
Pavlis, Karen, 124
Anne, 191, 197, 217, 399, 275
Peal, Robert, 232, 124
liott, 428, 177
net, 384, 250
Pechacek, Alan, 124, 260
Peckosh, Judith Ann, 339, 338
Pederson, Judith, 230, 341
Peclen, Judith, 237, 124, 408
Kathy Ann, 264
Peifer, James, 371
Peil, Katherine, 399
Pelton, Charles, 249, 191
rlan , 444
Pendergraft, Joel, 366
n, Robert, 432
Penningroth, Robert, 133
Penny, Barbara, 224
Penny, Ruth Jane, 224
Pepper, Lawrence, 362
Perkins, Donna, 387
Fred, 223, 365
Perkins, John, 174
Perkins, Martha, 124
Perkins, Rollin, 220, 447
Perrin, Lindta May, 195, 197, 224, 124,
Perry, lnagrace, 196, 391, 191
Perry, Matthew, 138
Peters, Barrett, 249
Peters, Lyle, 124
Peters, Mark, 423
Peters, Nancy, 403
Peters, Robert, 432
Peters, William, 444, 212
Petersen, Edward, 124
Petersen, Gary, 124
Petersen, Jay, 174
Petersen, Kenneth, 262
Petersen, Lee, 96, 174
Petersen, Lee, 220, 435, 174
Petersen, Michael, 300
Petersen, Michael J., 362
Ptersen, Pamela, 384, 317
Petersen, Patricia, 384
Petersen, Richard, 205
Petersen, Ruth, 250
Peterson, Betty Ann, 384
, Carroll, 124
Peterson, Glen, 361
Peterson, Jay, 124, 416
Peterson, Joanna, 352, H
Peterson, Joanne, 356
Peterson, Kent, 362
Peterson, Larry, 237
Peterson, Marilyn, 335
Peterson, Max Deane, 124, 178
Peterson, Max, 105
Peterson, Max G, Jr., 249, 212, 191
, Pamela, 347
, Penelope, 399
, Richard, 443
Peterson, Shelley Kay, 403, 193
Pettengill, Bonita, 124, 382
Pettersen, Mark, 439
Pettit, Charles, 363
r, Robert, 424
Pevestorf, Betty, 237, 388
Pfalf, Carol Ann, 197, 341, 343
Pletler, Duane, 361
Pfeiffer, Robert, 202, 423
Pfeiler, Donald, 232, 96, 275
Pllster, Muriel, 404
Phelps, Dale, 133, 260
Phelps, Gary, 444
Phelps, Janet, 124, 408
Phelps, Paul, 427, 302, 305
Mary Jane, 344, 342
Piazza, Frances, 357
Picken, Barbara Dee, 205, 400
Picken, JOHY1, 124
Pieper, Barbara, 195, 137, 357
Pieper, Bruce, 439
Pieper, James, 202, 440
Pierard, Charlene, 124
Pierce, David, 22
Pierce, Donna, 338, 339
Pierce, Margaret, 337, 340
Pierrot, William, 363
Pierson, James, 427
Pike, Karen, 338, 340
Pill, Jeffrey, 124
Pilling, John, 419
Pilster, Shirley, 342, 200
Piper, James, 186
Piper, Philip, 186
Pippenger, Jane Ann, 124
Pirages, Dennis, 124
Pitluck, Haskell, 211, 220, 124, 424
Pitner, Richard, 249
Place, Thomas, 133
Platt, John, 368, 223, 360, 364, 367
Platteter, Dennis, 125
Plaude, Mara, 351
Pltaude, Martin, 242, 243
Plautz, Bernheardt, 125
Pleggenkuhle, Lavern, 233
Pletcher, John, 420, 186
Plett, Ann Marie, 125
Plumb, Nancy, 400, 191
Plummer, Leo, 133
Poesch, Carol Lee, 352
Pohlen, Thomas, 366
Pohlman, Jerry, 96
Pohlman, Linda Mary, 347
Poindexter, Linda, 353
Points, Larry, 304, 305, 302
Polen, Mark, 412
Poling, Anne, 382
Polk, Grant, 131, 415
Pollmeier, Joyce, M2
Pollock, Patricia, 125
Polly, Richard, 125
Poots, Irma Mae, 125
Pope, Mary Helen, 125, 334
Popek, William, 439
Poppen, Donna, 384
Popper, Cynthia, 337
Porter, Caroline, 125, 396
Porter, Dixie, 264
Porter, Jack, 411
Porter, Jean, 392, 200
Porter, Marshall, 125
Portzline, Sarah Ann, 125, 353, 356
Posey, James, 125
Posey, Maryhelen, 125
Pospisliil, Theodore, 416
Potter, Carol Antn, 354, 356
Potter, Coleen, 223
Potter, Jerry, 125
Powell, Cheryl, 234, 348, 354
Powell, David, 243
Powell John, 236
Power, Joseph, 223, 105, 249
Powers, James, 440
Prall, Wayne, 241
Prange, Roy, 361
Pranske, Carole Ann, 341
Pratt, John, 262
Pratt, Michael, 275, 365
Pratt, William, 248
Preskitt, Judith Anne, 337
Price, Daniel, 363, 213
Price, John, 138
Price, John, 300
Price, John F. Jr., 162, 123, 227, 36
361, 368, 367, 366
Price, Judith Ann, 125
Prichett, Barbara, 273
Priebe, Janet Lee, 345
Primich, Charles, 424
Primus, Barbara, 274, 352
Prince, Russell, 440
Pritchard, James, 125
Pritchard, Penelope, 396
Pritzker, Margie Lou, 196, 407
Prochaska, John, 361
Proctor, Diane, 338
Proctor, Janet Rae, 137
Proctor, Sharon, 125
Proctor, Shirlee Ann, 387
Prough, Rebecca Jane, 404
Prybil, Lawrence, 252, 191
Ptacek, Peter, 125, 190
Puller, John, 303, 305
Pugh, Linda, 125
Pullen, Martha Jane, 391
Pumphrey, Lou Ann, 343
Punelli, Frank, 431
Purdie, Joe, 439
Purdie, John, 238
Purdy, James, 96
Purvis, Bonnie Lee, 347
Putnam, Thomas, 300, 439
Quandt, Marvin, 365
Quinn, Daniel, 102
Quinn, John, 443
Quinn, Mary Margaret, 203, 384
Quinn, Stephen, 366
Raach, George, 300
Raasch, Larry, 232
Rabe, Carolyn Kay, 319, 236, 125, 399
Rachow, Thomas, 125
Radda, James, 370, 372
Rader, Sybil, 350
Radke, Janadene Lee, 125
Rains, Merritt, 223, 370, 190
Ramsell, John, 133
Randall, Barbara May, 392
Randall, Bruce, 444
Randall, David, 241
Randall, Susan Ray, 392
Randles, Kenneth, 423
Randolph, Alvin, 162, 186
Randolph, Nanette, 388, 137
Rashke, Paula Sue, 201, 404
Raskin, Andrea, 203, 407
Rasley, James, 411
Rasmussen, Frank, 365
Rater, David, 133, 263
Rath, William, 371
Rathien, Judith, 349
Ratlif, Marion, 238
Rattenborg, Jerry, 246
Rauch, Allan, 431
Rtauscher, Merry Layne, 356
Rauscher, Robert, 424 .
Raveling, Judith Ann, 334
Rawson, Thomas, 371
Ray, Betty Lou, 343
Raymon, Richard, 440
Raznick, lnalou, 342
Read, Sherry Ann, 384
Reading, Patricia, 254
Reardon, James, 96
Reay, Dorothy, 137
Reay, Richard, 447
Rebec, Linda Jean, 197, 222, 2
Recher, David, 220, 420, 162
Recker, Mary Ellen, 264
Rector, John, 361
Redenius, Myron, 241
Redenius, Randall, 415
Redfield, Billie Jean, 392
Recd, Alice, 205, 403
Reed, Eldon, 133
Reed, Marilyn, 273
Reed, Wallace, 105
Rees, Natalie, 200
Reeves, David, 233
Relle, llelen, 125
Regan, Sheila, 197, 137, 357, 358
Regnier, John, 419
Rehmann, Ronald, 261
Reichert, Elmer, 424
Reid, Carleton, 432
Reid, David, 22, 371, 370
Reider, Ronald, 412
Reifsohneider, M., 361
Reilly, Charles, 162, 298
Reimer, Jonathan, 366
Reimers, Bruce, 125, 260
Reimers, Janice Ann, 400
Reimers, Nancy Lee, 125
Reinhardt, Franklin, 162
Reinhardt, Thomas, 447
Reinke, Robert, 241
Reinking, Steven, 254
Reisetter, Philip, 223, 253, 191
Rckers, Carolyn Lee, 396
Rembolt, Diana Rae, 125, 404, 257
Remer, Richard, 435
Renander, Warren Jr., 362
Rendlen, Julie Kay, 384
Renoe, Van, 125
Rens, Laverne, 24
Renshaw, Frank, 203
Rensink, Helen, 352
Repass, Camille, 403, 195, 197, 224, 236,
Rcppe, Ronald, 444
Resch, Judith, 274, 347
Resch, Ronald, 274
Reschly, Gary, 125
Resler, Willi, 125
Ressler, Charlene, 233
Restelli, William, 162
Retrum, William, 415
Reuben, Marlene, 407
Rex, Richard, 96
Rex, Susan, 408
Reyes, Esther, 350
Reyhons, Dennis, 96
Reynolds, John, 411
Reynolds, Margaret, 195, 196, 202
Reynolds, Patrick, 233, 96
Reznicek, George, 363
Ribiaudo, Theodore, 298
Rice, Judith Anna, 205, 217, 391
Rice, Margie Ann Ales, 125
Rice, Terry, 248
Rich, John, 361
Rich, Phillip, 102
Richard, Kenneth, 439
Richards, Carl, 133
Richards, David, 362
Richards, Gary, 20, 420, 96, 186
Richardson, Robert, 242, 243, 246, 102
Richelieu, Rochelle, 392
Richmond, John, 262
Rick, Annette, 275
Riddle, Fred, 162, 431
Ridihalgh, James, 427
Ridnouer, Dennis, 233
Riedel, Cecili, 125
Riedesel, Ronald, 372
Rieke, Mary, 237, 125
Ries, James, 242, 244, 246
Riessen, Reinhard, 211, 125, 364, 368
Riker, Robert, 415, 178, 212
Riley, Alice, 131
Riley, Mona Marie, 395
Riley, Richard, 220, 125, 184
Rindcn, Gerry, 250
Rinderkneeht, Verna, 347
Rinderknecht, W., 96
Ring, Dale, 212
Ring, Karen Rie, 194, 269
Rinker, James, 133
Rinner, Jean, 336, 337, 339
Risdal, Patricia, 391, 191
Riser, Virginia, 126, 355
Risley, David, 423
Ristau, Sharon, 408, 126
Ritenour, Lucinda Rae, 399
Ritl1, Donald, 254
Ritson, George, 239
Rittenmeyer, James, 440
Rittgers, Iora Kay, 201, 237, 346, 347
Ritz, Rex, 411, 304
Ritzmian, Vernon, 260
Rix, Reatha Rae, 342
Roach, David, 168, 220
Robbie, James, 126
Robbins, Mary Jo, 408
Roberson, Dale, 133
Roberson, Jerome, 105
Roberson, Jule Ann, 384
Roberson, Thomas, 431
Roberts, Carolyn, 96
Roberts, David, 431
Roberts, Jay, 162, 181
Roberts, Phyllis, 126
Roberts, Steven, 365
Roberts, Thomas, 162, 439
Roberts, William, 362, 363
Robinett, Gail Lynn, 382
Robinson, Rosemary, 137, 358
Robshaw, James, 233, 96
Rock, John, 105
Rocker, Sidney, 186
Rocklin, James, 428, 96
Rodamaker, Ralph, 105, 275, 365
Roddy, Michael, 363
Roden, Barbara, 96
Rodgers, James, 168, 220
Rodgers, Vernene Mary, 197
Rodman, Leslie, 126
Rodriguez, Shirley, 391
Roemmich, Nancy, 408, 334
Roepe, Kathleen, 335
Roeske, Bonnie Lou, 126
Roessler, Barbara, 336, 337
Rogers, Barbara, 387
Rogers, Lonnie, 162
Rogers, Mary Ellen, 337
Rogers, Ruth Emma, 273
Roghair, Garry, 133
Rohling, Debra Sue, 265
Rohse, Bette Ann, 196, 354, 200
Rohwedrler, James, 370
Rohwedder, Joanne, 403
Rolland, Daryl, 126, 296, 298, 299,
Rollins, Lynn, 372
Rome, l,Vayne, 105
Rommel, Arlene, 233, 96
Rooff, John, 439
Roos, Joseph, 220, 126, 212
Rosborough, James, 168
Rose, Dennis, 240
Roseberry, Sharon Kay, 347
Rosebrook, Lee, 226, 419
Roseland, Judith, 396
Roseland, Richard, 423
Roseman, Joseph 111, 423, 178
Rosenberg, Jack, 238, 412
Rosenberg, Steven, 428
Rosenthal, Elizabeth, 137
Rosenthal, Marc, 412
Ross, Carol Jean, 341
Ross, James, 237, 298, 299
John, 298, 299
Ross, Rebecca Ann, 126, 404
Ross, Richard, 211, 436, 248, 96
Ruth Ann, 337
Ross, Susan Jayne, 126
Roths, Judith Ann, 403
Rothstein, Kay, 407
Rouclabush, Marilyn, 347
Roudybush, Dorothy, 342
Rounds, John Jr., 23, 366, 368
Rouse, Carl, 420, 138, 266
Rousso, Suzanne, 400
Rowley, Carl, 240
Rowley, Catherine Ann, 194, 335
Royce, Merle 11, 212, 126, 427, 178
Rozek, Steven, 363
Rozenboom, Alvin, 264
Rubel, Frank, 275
Ruben, Brent, 412
Rubin, Kenneth, 102
Rubin, Samuel, 412
Rudd, Jack, 126
Rudman, Marjorie, 126, 407, 268
Rudman, Robert, 246
Ruegnitz, Judith Ann, 337
Ruiseh, Robert, 246, 102
Rumbaugh, Sallie Ann, 396
ra, Thomas, 372
Ruroden, Linda Lou, 395
Rush, Sherry Rae, 404
Susan Jane, 388
Russell, Barbara, 344, 343
Russell, Don, 415, 213
Russell, Don, 415, 215
Russell, James, 96
Russell, James, 232
Russo, Romolo, 253, 360, 363, 367
Ruston, Heidi, 204, 404
Ruther, Lavonne, 264
rford, Jean, 269
Rutherford, Kay, 338
Rutt, Lavon, 303
Ruud, Glenn, 431
Ruud, Maryann, 204, 399, 306, 309
Ryan, Gary, 360, 365, 366
Ryan, Karlin, 162
Ryan, Lehan, 247, 105, 249
Saar, Jesse Lee, 364
, Beverly Jean, 223, 347
Sacia, Louise, 126
Safley, James, 416
Sage, Diane, 337
Sakata, Toshiko, 126, N9
Sakimoto, Herman, 371
Sampson, Lynn ll, 126
Samuelson, Dennis, 252
Sandell, Frank, 419
Janet, 126, 257 K
Bonnie Lou, 126
, Glenda Kay, 395, 3115
, Jo Frances, 126
Sharon, 275, 337, 340
Gerald, 411, 162
Sanftner, Thomas, 105
Santee, Anne, 222, 388, 200
Sarfl, Jon, 372
Satterlee, James, 238
Sauer, Franklin, 250
Saunders, Pamela Sue, 403
Sawin, John, 105
Saylor, Ronald, 106
Sayre, Donald, 363, 212
Sayre, Edwin, 431
Sayre, William, 177
Scalf, Denise, 102
Schabloske, George, 424
Schach, Vickie Lee, 388
Schaefer, Dean, 244
Schaeferle, Martin, 226, 416, 253
Schaetzel, Mary Joan, 403, 265
Schafenacker, Judith, 194
Schafer, Donna Raye, 200
Schafer, John 11, 242, 243, 300, 363
Schafer, Susan Kay, 408
Schralekamp, Donald, 211, 138, 362
Schallau, Allan, 96
Schallman, David, 96
Schauenberg, Robert, 174
Scheel, Allen, 126, 415
Scheel, Polly Jane, 344, 345, 343
Scheidenhelm, Sarah, 223, 388, 338
Scheiver, Steven, 411
Schenk, Gerda, 126, 168
Scheppcle, James, 363
Scherrer, Charles, 298
Scheuerman, Joseph, 435, 300
Schiavonia, Michael, 226, 419, 192
Schield, Marlo Rae, 447
Sehild, Donald, 361
Schild, Richard, 254
Schilling, Roger, 220, 432
Schimmel, Leon, 260
Schirm, Marilyn, 137
Schlatter, Hilda, 223, 237
Schlegel, Richard, 431
Schleihs, Camilla Rae, 349, 354, 356
Schley, Richard, 427
Schlioher, John, 261
Schliekelman, John, 102
Schmeiscr, Donald, 363
Schmickle, Sally Ann, 237, 338
Schmickley, Dennis, 259, 262
Linda Sue, 344, 342
Lynette, 205, 400, 315
Robert, 245, 102, 96
Schmidt, William, 246, 102, 269
Schmitt, Susan Lee, 337
Judith Ann, 342
Brenda Lee 203 403 250
Schnute, William, 126
Schneider, Susan Kay, 341, 344, 342
Schnittjer, Marilyn, 255
Schnurr, William, 126
Schnyder, Linda Ann, 391
Schoch, Mary, 126
Schock, Roger, 96
Schoenberg, Diane Kay, 404, 191, 188
Sehoencman, Louis, 419
Schoenlelder, Joyce, 349
Sehoentgen, Pamela Jo, 408
Schoenthaler, David, 106
Sehoeppner, Melvin, 299, 314
Scholbrock, Sylvanus, 372
Scholes, Roger, 96
Soholtes, Betty, 137, 357
Scholtz, Jean, 273, 334
Schomberg, Steven, 444
Schorr, John Edwin, 126
Schott, Jane, 404
Schrader, Herbert, 126
Schrader, Richard, 364
Schreiber, Larry, 420
Schreiber, Rosalie, 342, 343, 344
Schrimper, George, 126
Schrody, David, 239
Schroeder, Stanley, 246, 102, 269
Schrunk, David, 262
Schrup, Thomas, 106
Schuelke, Robert Jr., 126
Schug, Kenneth, 420
Schuldt, Dennis, 371
Schulte, Alan, 371
Schultz, Barbara, 349
Schultz, Gretchen Ann, 399, 265
Schultz, Hugh, 364
Schultz, Stephen, 439
Schulz, Linda, 355
Schulze, Dianne, 126
Schumacher, Robert, 363
Schumann, Carla, 392, 256
Schurtz, Russell, 259, 260
Schutte, Harvey, 212
Schwab, Victoria Ann, 126
Schwaegler, Carol, 126, 274
Schwartz, Cheryl Ann, 232
Schwarz, Fredric, 138
Schwarz, William, 96
Schweitzer, Harold, 22, 361
Schwendinger, Richard, 126
Schwenke, Charles, 138
Schwieder, Robert, 96
Schwietert, Shirley, 255
Schwob, John, 242, 246
Schwridder, Jack, 416
Scorza, Catherine, 404
Scott, Andrew Jr., 440
Scott, Carolyn, 196
Scott, David, 361
Scott, Diane, Louise, 198, 408
Scott, Janet, 194, 237, 347
Scott, John, 444
Scott, Larry, 363, 368
Scott, Margaret, 335
Scott, Michael, 126
Scott, Rodger, 249
Scott, Ronald, 367
Scott, Warren, 133
Scott, William, 133
Scudder, Frances, 354, 356
Seagren, Alan, 233, 96
Sealy, John, 102
Sebben, Jack, 220, 212, 177
Secress, Linda Mae, 127
Sedrel, Nancy Marie, 388
Seelau, Paul, 275, 364
Seely, Linda Ruth, 400
Seesser, Karl, 221, 250
Seferovich, Madeline, 127
Seibert, Walter, 371
Seifert, Susan, 384
Seime, Glenn, 233, 96
Seitz, Exie Gracetta, 343
Seitz, Karla Kay, 137, 358
Seiver, Robert, 362
Seley, Judy, 127
Sell, James, 127
Sell, Jon, 248, 106
Sellers, Michael, 374
Seltzer, Richard, 428
Seniatra, Phillip, 233, 96
Senior, James, 372
Servisson, Rogert, 444
Servoss, Cecilia Elle, 337, 339
Setter, David, 106
Seuferer, Lawrence, 248
Sevatson, Trudy, 384
Severson, Allen, 423
Severson, Dennis, 96
Severson, Mary Louise, 388
Shadle, Robert, 374
Shadley, Marcia Anne, 338
Shafer, Dana, 400
Shafer, Ernst, 420
Shafer, Judith Kay, 384
Shafer, Nancy Lee, 399
Shafer, Robert, 365
Shafi, Jay, 296, 302, 303, 305
Shaffer, Terry, 305
Shalley, Jack, 262, 274
Shalley, Rebecca, 274
Shank, Stephen, 439
Shank, Susan, 384
Shannon, Pamela Jean, 404
Sharp, Melvin, 431
Sharples, Thomas, 239
Shaveltand, Carol Jean, 349
Shaw, Daniel Jr., 103
Shaw, Robert, 372
Shay, Michael, 439
Shean, Joan Marie, 133
Shearer, Robert, 248, 106
Sheats, Carolyn Anne, 384
Sheerer, James, 423
Sheets, Elton, 364
Sheets, Lawrence, 185, 242, 246, 372, 18
Sheils, Ruth, 351
Shelangoski, Gary, 242, 243, 246
Shepard, Donald, 427
Shepard, Gene, 427
Shepard, James, 127
Shepard, John, 27, 431
Shepard, Joseph, 127
Shepard, William, 127
Shepherd, John, 435
Shepherd, Mary Kay, 194, 337, 336
Shepley, Richard, 416
Sherbroun, Susanne, 137
Sheridan, Elaine, 127
Sheridan, Sara Louise, 137, 357, 339
Sheridan, Thomas, 212
Sherin, Melanie, 127
Sherman, Lynn Lorey, 344
Sherman, Robert, 162, 174
Sherman, William, 237
Sherod, David, 423
Sherre, Phyllis, 407
Shidler, George, 415
Shields, James, 440
Shillington, James, 363
Shimoda, Christian, 300
Shinn, Mary, 22, 391, 191, 149
Shinn, Nancy, 156, 127, 391, 191
Shipka, Steven, 439
Shipley, William, 262
Shirley, Susan Joyce, 338, 339
Shoemaker, Martha, 352
Shold, Judlith Ann, 127
Shold, Rosemary Kay, 127
Shook, Janet Doris, 127
Shors, John, 106, 249
Shots, Richard, 424, 249
Showers, Susan, 205, 403, 191
Shrader, Dorothy, 127, 396, 251
Shramek, Jon Alois, 222
Shnauger, Frances, 399, 149
Shriver, Jay, 427
Shuey, David, 443
Shulkin, Sharon, 407
Shuminsky, Tim, 372, 213
Sias, Nancy Ann, 197, 400, 148
Siddall, Peggy Ann, 127, 168
Siems, Lynette Ann, 334
Sieperda, Dean, 420
Sieperda, Sandra Sue, 400
Sievers, Frances 335
Sifers, Baiba, 127
Sigsbee, William, 362, 367, 368
Sikma, Rohert, 224
Sill, Janet Roberta, 196, 392
Silver, Dee Edward, 261
Silverberg, Harvey, 412
Silverstein, Kenneth, 412
Simmers, Samuel, 300, 361
Simmons, David, 96, 222, 233, 236, 416
Simms, Clyde, 363
Simon, James, 365
Simon, Lanell Ann, 201, 392
Simson, Herbert, 262
Simpson, David, 103
Simpson, Dayton, 127, 303, 364
Simpson, Gary, 162
Simpson, Shirlee Ann, 255
Sincox, Nancy Sue, 200, 222, 127
Sincox, Patricia Lee, 223, 408, 352
Singley, Nancy Kay, 194
Sinn, Douglas, 428
Sinotte, Stephen, 127
Sisk, Robert, 415
Sisler, Linda Ann, 382
Sisler, YVill'iam, 203, 43
Siverly, David, 127, 297, 298, 299
Sjoberg, John, 224
Sjostrom, William, 416, 212
Skalsky, Jeanne, 464
Skalsky, Judith, 209, IQ, 25, 404, 306
Skare, Rasmus, 427
Skarshaug, Karen, 391
Skea, William 111, 168, D0
Skillicorn, Thomas, 300, 371
Skinner, Richard, 371
Skoglund, Ruth Nan, 222, 273
Skow, Julius 111, 439
Skow, June Anne, 137
Skram, Kathleen, 321
Skripsky, Karen, 127
Sladek, Margo, 342
Sladek, Mary, 350, 311
Slater, Joseph, 127
Slattery, William, 127
Slaughter, Joseph, 244, 103
Slavens, James, 247, 96
Slaymtaker, Sandra, 127
Sleiuhter, Charles, 431
Slessor, Sheila Dawn, 201
Slinger, Jul-ie Ann, 338
Sloan, Doris Jean, 127, 231
Sloan, Janet Marie, 137
Sloan, John, 249
Sloan, Mary Lee, 353
Smaha, Leslie Even, 226, 415
Smallwood, Thomas, 127
Smith, Allen, 127
Smith, Bette, 395, 250, 200
Smith, Carolyn, 203, 392, 306
Smith, Catherine, 127
Smith, Dona, 391, 191
Smithi Fay Kelly 1
Ga ry, 365
Smith, Harry, 263
Smith, Jack, 134
Smith, James, 134
Smith, James, 363
Smith, Janet Lou, 127
Smith, John, 127
Smith, Joseph, 411
Smith, Judith, 127
Smith, Judy Ann, 194
Smith, Kathleen, 235
Smith, Kelley, 222
Smith, Linda, 350
Smith, Marcia, 353
, 237, 337,
Sharon, 338, 340
Sheri Ann, 391
Sherri Sue, 395
Stephen Jack, 227, 440
Stephen James, 363
Thomas IV, 300
Smits, George, 223
Smoker, Paul, 127
Snavely, Keith, 301, 300
Snell, Roger, 127, 362
Snider, Brenna Lee, 137
Snodgrass, Sharon, 264
Snook, Gary, 162
Snook, Joan, 127
Snyder, Darrel, 298
Snyder, Ellen, 127
Snyder, Rebecca Marie, 342
Snyder, Sherril, 342
Snyder, Wallace, 431, 298, 299,
Snyder, VVi1liam, 128
Soballe, Peter, 371
Soderstrom, Dale Lea, 399
Soehren, Stephen, 239
Solberg, Kraren Ann, 224, 382
Soldati, Linda Jo, 223, 408
Sondrol, Susan, 399
Sonichsen, Patricia, 137
Sonksen, James, 128
Sorden, Sharyl Liffmcf 128
Sorensen, Judith Ann, 128, 313
Sorensen, Judith Ann, 194, 347
Sorg, Barbara Jo, 403
Sortor, Everett, 374
Soudan, Robert, 423
Souter, David, 424
South, Maurice, 362
Sowers, Margaret, 351
Spading, Rosemarie, 275, 350
Spain, Richard, 233, 372
Spangler, Iames, 223, 233, 96, 360, 364
Spangler, Linda Kay, 264
Sparks, Iudith Kay, 128
Spaulding, Gail, 211, 384
Spaulding, Keith, 177
Specht, David, 427
Spector, Ioseph, 428
Speedy, Ronald, 363, 368
Speer, Iohn, 126, 416
Spence, Edward, 96
Spencer, Richard, 443
Siiendlovc, Linda lane, 128, 256
Sperry, Iohn, 240
Sperry, Rebecca lean, 250
Spicer, Carole Lea, 137, 265
Spies, Marie, 343, 345
Spicss, Mary Louisc, 391
Spieth, Donald, 128
Spiker, Steven, 128
Spooner, Thomas, 134
Spormann, Susan Kay, 342, 345, 200
Sprague, Iohn, 248
Sprague, Iudith Ann, 223
Sprague, Robert, 254
Spratt, Thomas, 96
Spring, Mark, 96, 274
Sprinkle, Stanley, 96
Spurgeon, Charles, 128, 150
Spurgeon, Karen, 128
Stadel, Mary Ellen, 264
Stage, Sarah Iane, 203, 387
Staggs, Elizabeth, 352
Stahly, Iohn, 443
Stampf, Susan, 342
Stamy, Allen, 419, 97
Saanbary, Iames, 128
Staner, Linda Lee, 128, 387,
Stange, Gloria, 234, 344
Stanley, Capitola, 345
Stanley, Ida, 392
Stanley, John, 263
Stanley, William, 128
Stapleton, lanet, 387
Starkey, Catherine, 382
Starr, Iames, 272, 366, 191
Starrett, Carol Ann, 347
Staton, lanice, 137, 358, 322
Stauch, Douglas, 443
Stearns, Cheryl Lynn, 384
Stearns, David, 260
Stebleton, Alma, 128
Steele, David, 97
Steele, Iames, 233, 103
Steele, Ianet Ann, 128
Steele, Marilyn, 404, 306
Steele, Mary Ann, 128
Steelman, lames, 443
steetman, 1ud1th,306, 190, 192, 193
Steelman, Kenny, 222, 372
Steif, Susanne, 148
Steffen, Dennis, 134, 261
Stgman, Pamela Rae, 194
Steiger, Roger, 258
Still, Margaret, 203, 395, 306
Stinard, Roger, 432, 249
Stitt, Michael, 416
Stock, Charles, 233. 234, 97
Stock, Linda Lee, 197, 388
Stock, Rachel Cleo, 404
Stoker, Ioyce, 204, 403, 306
Stoker, Iulic Ann, 395
Stokstad, Arden, 419, 269
Stoline, Marie, 128
Stollcr, Richard, 428
Stone, Brian, 103, 269
Stone, Miriam Leslie, 217, 407
Stone, Pamela Beth, 224, 407
Stone, Thomas, 222, 226, 440. 191
Stonebraker, William, 420
Stoncburg, William, 233
Stoner, Arthur, 372
Stoner, Ronald, 24, 238, 239
Stopperan, Allan, 106, 249
Storby, Gene, 224, 238
Storck, Mary Lou, 387
Storer, Carol Ann, 337
Story, Robert, 106
Story, William, 300
Stoterau, Thomas, 128
Stoufer, lane, 128
Stout, Gary, 128
Stout, Harold, 128
Stout, Iudith, 128
Stoutner, Ielfrcy, 222
Stoutner, Robert, 432
Stowell, Iames, 258
Strand, Randall, 128
Strasburger, William, 439
Strate, Richard, 411
Straumanis, Iuris, 240
Strauss, David, 220, 428, 97
Strauss, Richard, 223, 226, 428, 184
Strein, Eugene, 246
Streit, Charles, 361
Stricklin, Iames, 242, 103
Strobach, William, 371
Stroeber, Charlene, 137, 265
Strom, Bruce, 217, 26, 428
Stromley, Sandra, 352
Stroope, Thomas, 232, 303, 305, 365
Swanson, Carroll, 372
Swanson, lack, 439
Suanson, Karen, 387
Swanson, Larry, 242, 244, 103
Lorene, 203, 205, 403
Swanson, Robert, 177
Swartling, Rodney, 134, 261
Swartzendruber, G., 129
Swartzentlruber, Ray, 436
Sxvartzwelter, lay, 238
Sweeney, Gene, 103
Sweeney, Michael, 365
Sweeting, Cherie Lee, 268
Swenson, Donald, 97
Swenson, Eldon, 262
Swift, Dean, 134
Swims, Shirley, 343
Switz, Margaret, 264
Swyter, Gary, 103
Szemkus, Faye, 264, 275
Tabacli, Brian, 412
Tague, Linda, 337
Tam, Alice Lei-Shang, 138, 268
Tangren, Frank, 362
Tanner, Eleanor, 129
Tansey, Verne, 440
Tappan, Carol Iean, 137
Tapy, Francis, 372
Tarara, Rosele, 234, 275
Tatro, Norbert Ir., 129
Tatum, Susan, 137, 358
Taylor, Bruce, 134
Taylor, lane, 387
Taylor, lean Louise, 129
Taylor, Martha Gay, 129
Taylor, Michael, 365
Taylor, Rosalind, 129, 200
Taylor, Wayne, 217, 444, 191
ichael, 275, 363 '
Teal, Patricia, 129, 349
Tesdale, john, 263
Thompson, Iudith, 384
son, Kathy, 400
Thompson, Linda Ann, 129, 259
son, Pamela, 223, 346, 347
Thompson, Polly Ann, 352
Thompson, Robert E,, 223, 411
Thompson, Robert, 260
Thompson, Susan, 337, 339
Thompson, Thomas, 129
Thompson, 'Wayne, 303, 203, 211, 226,
Thompson, 1Vendel, 305
son, Dorothy, 129
Thordsen, Maureen, 351
Thoreson, Iames, 242, 246, 103
morton, Tom, 443
Thurman, Thomas, 262
Thye, Ierilee, 338
Tieleman, Henry, 221
Tiernan, Helen, 351
Tiernan, Stephen, 246
Tietz, Annabelle, 264
Tiffany, Iohn, 129
Till, Daniel, 134, 261
Till, Elaine, 97
Tillotson, Ioan, 236
Tinklenberg, Iared, 259, 260
Tischler, George, 304, 364
Tissue, Fred Ir., 239
Tjarks, Heyo, 240
Toelle, Mary Susan, 391, 168
Tokarczyk, Karen Ann, 353
Toland, Trevor, 168
Tomasek, lohn, 23, 248
Tomasek, Miriam Ann, 334, 335,
Stropcs, Lawrence, 420
Strother, Bruce, 362
Strottman, Daniel, 128
, William, 128
Stroup, Loyd, 128, 297, 298, 299, 174
Struck, Linda Kaye, 408, 349, 200
Strueber, James, 362, 366
Strum, Barry, 412
Struve, Iulie Ann, 128
Struyk, Russell, 128, 302
Stuart, Iames, 362
Stubbs, Erwin, 134
Stuber, VVilliam, 174
Studniclea, Ben, K8
Steven, 128, 297, 298, 300
Stuepfert, Kathleen, 337
Tebrugge, Herman, 447
Teegen, Marilee, 156, 211, 222, 224, 388,
191, 256, 190
Teeters, Sandra, 129
Teeters, William, 129
Tegeler, lack, 272, 372
Tegen, Terry, 432
Tegtmcyer, Michael, 129
Teichner, Stephen, 223, 411, 191
Tekippe, Richard, 247, 106
Templeman, Pamela, 382
Templeton, Ellen, 391
Tener, Ann Mary, 273
Test, Steven, 444
Tevis, Iames, 362
Tharp, Carol Kay, 129
Tharp, Dale, 447
Tharp, Ronny, 364
Tompras, George, 162, 416
Toner, Michael, 362, 148
Tonn, Gene, 241
Tonquest, Bernard Ir., 226, 440
Toohill, Ieanne, 223, 275, 342
Topinka, David, 246, 297, 298, 299, 365
Tornabane, Iames, 227, 440
Touch, Alan, 156, 236, 129, 436
Tousey, Michael, 440
Towell, Ronald, 440
Towle, Virginia, 391
Townsend, Orville, 162
Tnachta, Marvin, 97
Tracy, Boyd, 248
Tracy, George, 443
Tracy, Roger, 427
Travis, Larry, 443, 156
Trccker, Steven, 420
Treiber, Steven, 364
Tremmel, Diane, 343
Trent, Frank, 419, 97
Trettin, Mardell, 337
Trimble, Bruce, 240
Trimble, Carol Ann, 225, 395
Trimble, Daniel, 241
Trimble, lane, 129
Tripp, Cynthia, 256
Trommer, William, 304, 300, 371
Trope, Rynia Lurie, 407, 97
Steiger, Ronald, 58
Stein, Iellrey, 213
Steinmetz, David, 300, 363
Stelter, Iacqueline, 337
Stempel, Reid, 274
Stentz, Mary, 128
Stepanek, Bernard, 128
Stephan, Kirk, 419
Stephens, Ann, 194, 340
Stephens, Antoinette, 399
Stephens, lohn, 415
Sterk, Marilyn, 242, 244, 246, 103
Stermcr, Barbara, 384
Sternberg, Carolyn, 339, 338
Stevens, ludith Lce, 211, 128, 387, 251
Stevens, Sherrie Lynn, 342
Steward, Oliver,, 128
Steward, Richard, 365
Stewart, Ellen Ruth, 395
Stewart, james, 411
Stewart, Keith, 59, 261
Stewart, Mary, 382, 137, 335
Stewart, Miriam, 128
Stewart, Robert, 427, 97, 302, 305
Stewart, William, 427
Stidwell, Walter, 239 I
Stientjes, Steven, 436, 213
Still, David, 296, 302, 305
Stumbaugh, Bruce, 240
Stumme, Iohn, 129
Sturdevant, Iared, 138
Sturman, Robert, 213
Sublett, Elsia, 350
Sudenga, George, 106
Sudimack, Allan, 363
Suiter, Ierry, 419
Sulentic, Donald, 216, 419, 191
Sullivan, Gayle, 387
Sullivan, Ierry, 366
Sullivan, Iulienne, 404, 315
Summerwill, Ben Ir., 443
Sunderbruch, Arthur, 423
Sunderman, Ronald, 411
Sundquist, Nancy, 400, 325
Sung, Rodney, 258
Sunleaf, David, 97
Surasky, Ianice. 129
Suter, Cynthia, 344
Svendsen, Reinert, 261
Swain, Gary, 162
Swain, Gary Richard, 363
Swain, Susan, 129, 408
Swalve, Richard, 415
Swan, Douglas, 236, 97
Swan, Frederick, 129
Swan, lerry, 97
Swan, john, 427
Thatcher, Iames, 240
Thatcher, Ierry, 257, 371
Thayer, lerrilca, 349
Thede, Maureen, 344, 342
Thede, Mervyn, 233, 97, 297, 298, B9
Theisen, Lee, 156, 222, 424, 249, 191,
Thelen Leslie Ann, 396, 168
Thic, Charles, 365
Thielcn, Susan, 392
Thies, Terryl, 129
Thode, Ileen Ann, 384, 338
Thomas, Patricia, 384, 388
Thomas, Alan, 97
Thomas, Donald, 103
Thomas, Iudith Mac, 351
Thomas, Linda, 163, 335
Thomas, Michael, 443
Thomas, Miohael, 241
Thomas, Ronald, 298, 299
Sharon, 230, 137, 357, 323
, A 5 - '
Thompson, Barbara lo, 302
Thompson, Barbara L., 194, 275, 344
Thompson, Bruce, 440
Thompson, Dale, 186
Thompson, Elvin, 300, 362, 367
Thompson, Glen, 129, 254
Troughton, Edward, 185, 362, 186
Troxel, Catherine, 352
Troyer, Omer, 129
Trummel, Elizabeth, 250
Trussell, lane, 350
Tschantz, Gary, 129
Tubbs, Danvers, 242, 243, 246, 103
Tucker, Carolyn, 137
Tucker, David, 274
Tucker, Gary, 162
Tucker, William, 440
Tudor, Conni, 388
Tufty, Garolyn Lee, 392
Tufty, Terry, 371
Tumelty, Paul, 275
Tureen, Lesley, 341, 345
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Turner, Iudith, 352
Turner, Kathy, 382
Turner, Stephen, 106
Turner, Stephen, 361
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Twcdt, Iulie Anne, 384
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Daria, 104, 260
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William, 129, 263
Tyler, Paul, 129, 374
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Ubben, Ronald, 432
Ucman, Joseph, 162
Uitermarkt, Judith, 129, 388
Ulland, Elaine, 353
Ullem, Nancy, 129
Ullman, Julian, 134, 262
Umebayashi, Akiko, 121
Underwood, Judith, 205, 211, 408
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Upham, Ronald, 415, 245, 269
Urelius, Leaetta, 130
Urich, Gary, 130
Utholf, Steven, 274
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Valentine, Clark, 420
Valentine, Dennis, 427, 106
Vallandingham, Jack, 138, 266
Vallier, Averil, 106, 250
Vaneamp, Diann, 395
Vance, Beth Marie, 391, 338
Vandecar, Elizabeth, 168
Vandegarde, Larry, 259, 260
Vandekamp, Gary, 363
Vandekamp, Jerry, 363, 174
Vandenberg, Sylvia, 350
Vanderburgh, Linda, 137
Vanderoovaart, V. L., 130, 387
Vanderpol, Nancy, 350
Vanderpool, S. A. R., 224
Vanderstoep, Philip, 423
Vanderstoep, Rachel, 130
Vanderstoep, Thomas, 423
Vanderveer, Mary, 395
Vandeventer, Kennie, 364
Vandusseldorp, Jon, 440
Vandyke, Lorraine, 257
Vanhaecke, William Jr., 269
Vanheel, Patricia, 384
Vanhouten, Stephen, 260
Vanklompenburg, D., 342
Vanleeuwen, David, 130
Vanmaasdam, Diane, 264
Vanorsdel, William, 427
Vanourny, Stephen, 261
Vanroekel, Glenn, 134, 260
Vanroekel, Ruth Marie, 130, 251
Vanvlack, Judith Ann, 384
Vanwerden, James, 106, 250
Vanwyhe, Norman, 362
Vanzee, Donald, 372
Vanzee, Merwin, 371
Varner, Donald, 363
Varner, Vernon, 360, 366, 367
Vaughn, Lee, 424
Veenker, Martin, 97
Vehrs, Stephen, 362
Voit, Cordelia, 395
Veldey, John, 427
Venenga, John, 130
Ventling, Karen Kae, 342
Verhetsel, Mary Beth, 382, 342
Verhoeven, Stanley, 427, 253
Verma, Suresh, 221
Vermazen, Ardis Kay, 346, 347
Vermeer, Louis, 103
Verniek, Muriel, 130, 407
Vernon, Bruce, 416
Verploegh, David, 435
Versman, Kenneth, 227, 428
Versteeg, John, 23, 362, 366, 368
Vervais, Gennene Mary, 384
Vespa, John, 435, 364
Vevera, Melvin, 130
Vickerman, Robert, 262
Vickstrom, Dean, 411
Vincent, Randall, 431
Vincent, Wesley, 299, 302, 303
Vining, Diane, 391
Virtue, David, 236
Vlack, Robert, 241
Vogel, Richiard, 247
Vogellanger, Nancy, 130
Vokolek, Dennis, 120, 254, 257, 212
Vollmer, Bruce, 371
Vosepka, Richard, 424
Voss, Dow, 130, 298, 301, 300
Voss, Raymond, 130
Vust, John, 370
Waechter, Donald, 130, 298
Wagenkneoht, John, 258
VVager, Susan, 388
VVagner, Barbara, 391
Wagner, James, 162
Wagner, Janet Ruth, 130
Wagner, Mark, 364, 372
Wagner, Tomas, 372, 370
YVagoner, Lynette, 130
Waite, George, 130
Waite, Jonathan, 130
Walker, Christine, 130, 257
Walker, James, 259, 260
Walker, Jane, 130, 348, 354, 355
Walker, John, 134
Walker, Leland, 185, 186
Walker, Mark, 424
Walker, Nancy Lynn, 408
Weinzweig, Michael, 236
Weis, Dave, 238
Weis, Linda Kay, 194, 347
Weiss, Karen, 334
WVeiss, Stephen, 134
Weissenborn, James, 431, 97
Welk, Jerry, 236
Welk, Richard, 242, 103
Weller, Terry, 365
Wilcox, Milton, 262
Wildberger, William, 416
Wildblood, James, 131, 435
VVildb1ood, Lynn, 432, 213
VVilder, Clifford, 162
Wildermuth, Sharon, 341, 344, 342
Wilkans, Diann, 351
Wilken, Dennis, 252, 262
Wilken, James, 138
Wellik, Jerry, 424
Wellik, Marvin, 26, 424, 97
XVel1ington, Janet, 130
Wells, F. Van Cook, 411
Wells, Joan, 384
Wells, John, 238, 239
Wells, Louis, 424
Wells, Peter, 203, 420
Wells, Ronald, 103
Wells, Vincent, 371
Wells, William, 443, 298
NVilken, Roland, 439
Wilken, Sarah Marie, 391
Wilkie, Vernon, 374
Wilkin, Truman, 362
Wilkins, Duane, 362
Wilkinson, David, 233, 234, 236, 97
Wilkinson, Margaret, 131, 274
VVilkinson, Roger, 443
YVi1kinson, Stephen, 233, 274
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Willard, Barbara, 131
Walker, Patty, 343, 342
Walker, Paul, 436
Walker, Reno. 415
Walker, Robert, 130
Wall, Carroll, 130
Wall, David, 260
Wallace, Martha, 346
Wallace, Stewart, 419
Wallace, Teresa, 130
Welt, Anthony, 162
Weller, Bonnie Lee, 396
Welton, Michael, 431
NVendt, Betty, 353
Wendt, Ronald, 230, 374
Wenstrand, Martha, 337, 339
Werch, Thomas, 103
Werman, Carol Arm, 346
Werner, William, 130
Willcocksoii, Kleber, 106, 250
Willcockson, Mary Ann, 131
Wille, Vadarae, 264
Willeke, Donald, M, 250
Willen, Margaret, 131
Willer, Karen Lou, 344, 343
Willer, Kent, 239
Willett, Lynn, 131
Willett, Max, 371
Wallace, Wayne, 134
Wallbridge, Lewis, 419
Walljasper, Stanley, 275
Walser, Janet, 387
Walsh, Eileen, 224, 395
Walsh, Marjorie, 228, 137, 357, 359
Walsh, Sharon Ann, 250
Walshire, Larry, 366
Walter, James, 184
Walter, Kathryn, 194, 130
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Walters, Terry, 334, 195, 234, 235, 9
Walters, Wayne, 213
Wanken, James, 261
Wankum, John, 361
Wanninger, Charles, 362
Ward, Edwina, 130
Ward, Pamela Ann, 391, 321
Ward, Ted, 363
Ware, Dennis, 411
Ware, Stephen, 363
Warner, Edward, 274
Warnock, Gary, 447
Warren, John, 97
Warren, Mary Sue, 349
Warth, Lucia, 337
Waskow, Thomas, 29
Waterhouse, Doris, 235
Waters, Janice Jean, 137
Waters, Priscilla, 387
Waters, Robert, 300
Watson, James Lee, 374
Watson, James, 216, 223, 22
Watson, John, 424
Watson, Linda, 137
Watson, Roger, 130
Watts, Robert, 130
Wauer, Mary, 130
Wernick, Richard, 233, 97, 190
Wernimont, Raymond, 130
Wert, Jacqueline, 130, 350, 356
Wescoat, Ann Marie, 22, 237, 131, 388,
Wessel, Barbara, 392
Wessels, James, 365
Wessels, Linda Ann, 274
West, Shari Ann, 131
Westfall, Dolores, 396
Westfall, John, 372
Westly, Gabriel, 423
Weston, Clarence, 162, 420
Westpfahl, Richard, 361
Westra, John, 262
Westwiclc, Jane, 235, 352
Wetmore, Frank, 432
Wetterling, Joan, 350
Wheatley, Richard, 363
Willey, Julia, 338
Williams, Charles, 203, 423
Williams, Derrick, 185, 364, 186
Williams, Gordon, 239
Williams, Harlene, 137
Williams, Janis Ann, 387
Williams, Jean Marie, 403
Williams, Jerry, 134
YVil1iams, Karen, 403, 168
Linda Rae, 342
Willims, Louis Jr., 162
Williams, Mark, 415, 364, 213
Williams, Samantha, 347
Williams, Stephanie, 97
Williamson, Jerry, 258
Williamson, Michael, 427
Williamson, Philip, 168
Willis, Paul, 419
Wilmarth, Charles, 134
Wheeler, Arnold, 232, 234
Wheeler, John, 424, 305
Wheeler, Opal, 97
Wheeler, Robert, 97
Whelan, Francis, 263
Wherry, Charles, 227, 423
Whicher, Martha Jean, 131
Whisnant, John, 431
White, Andrea Sue, 198, 387
White Bob, 304
White, Charlotte, 403
White Donald E. Jr., 236
White, Farrell, 131
White, George, 416
White Joseph, 261
Robert, 431, 188
, Cecily Ann, 200, 236,
Waxenberg, James, 428
Way, Martha, 404
Way, Robert, 238
Wears, Carolann, 264
Weaver, George, 130
Weaver, Jon, 130, 387
Weaver, Mary, 400, 340, 311
Weaver, Nancy Ann, 387
Webb, Cloyd, 162
Webb, Stuart, 106, 252
Webber, Pamela, 130
Weber, Bernard, 236
Weber, Dave, 130
Weber, Fred, 97
Weber, James, 416
Weber, Judith Kay, 337
Vtfeeter, Jerry. 432
Wegman, NVil1iam, 106
Wegner, Dennis, 372
Whitehill, Michael, 439
Whitehouse, Joseph, 371
Whitehurst, Darrell, 258
Whitmire, Edward, 232, 97
Whitmore, Martha, 387
Whitnable, Gerald, 236, 97
Whitney, Carolyn, 200, 274
Wichman, Kenneth, 138
Wichman, Sally, 306, 313
VVicklund, Diane, 337, 336
Wicks, John, 106
Wiczer, Enid, 209, 407
Widmer, David, 370
Wiebener, Candace Sue, 396
Wiegel, Janet Lu, 131, 384, 168
Wieland, Melvin, 181
Wieneke, Eugene, 131
Wierda, Daryl, 131
Wiese, David, 371, 370
Wiese, Marlin, 162
Wilmot, Joyce, 350
Wilson, Andrea Marie, 194, 350, 354
Wilson, Betty, 336
Wilson, Bruce, 134
Wilson, Byron, 97
Wilson, David, 238
Wilson, James, 444
Wilson, Jerry, 415, 103
Wilson, John Bush Jr., 131, 365, 366
Wilson, John, 131
Wilson, Jon, 131
Wilson, Karen, 200, 203, 222, 223, 342
Wilson, Kay, 342
Wilson, Kendra Lou, 343
Wilson, Lonny Ray, 131
Wilson, Marvin, 432
Mary Ann, 131
Wilson, Raymond, 103
Richard, 420, 106, 250, 193
Wilson, Sara Sue, 396
Wilson, Susan Kay, 392
Wilson, Thomas, 362
Wilson, Thomas Earl, 131, 262
Wilson, Timothy, 205, 423
Wilson, Victor, 260
Wiltshire, Robert, 415
Winberg, Linda Ruth, 203, 225, 392,
306, 191, 149
Winders, Douglas, 174
Winger, Mary, 131
Wingert, Gail, 396
Winn, Robert, 232, 234, 97
Winner, Jonathan, 260
Winnett, Don, 443
Winter, Gary, 227, 423
Winterberg, Robert, 131
Wirth, Donald, 431
Wirtz, Bemadine, 131, 387, 306
Wehrle, Roger, 162, 130
Weidner, Patricia, 350, 200
Weigel, John, 361
Weinberg, Gary, 203, 217, 222, 26, 275
Weinberg, Steven, 22, 260
Weinstein, Elizabeth, 348
Wiese, Thomas, 362
Wiggins, Susan, 387
Wight, Stephen, 362
Wignall, Patricia, 137
Wilbanks, Robert, 242, 243, 246, 305
Wilber, Diana Jean, 317
Wishart, Judith, 257
Wiskus, Martha Ann, 264
Wiss, Martin, 428
Wissler, Judith Lee, 137
Witiak, Deanne Beth, 268
Woeltler, Michael, 248
XVoh1leil, Alan, 364. 368
NVoh1ner, jeifrey, 428
Woieikit-wicz, james, 361
XVol1'. Barbara jeanne, 342
1Voll'e, Maureen, 103, 242,
XVo1l'e, Charles, 372
VVol1e, Daniel, 428
Wolfe, Douglas, 372, 370
NVo1le, janeth Diane, 335
XVollf, Orville, 222, 365
NVo1lf, Stephen, 362, 368
XVoll1nger, Elizabeth, 403,
VVollord, lfnlow, 240
VVolken. Stephen, 222, 416, 253
W'o11in, Robert, 363
XVo11ock, Eduard, 412. 213
1Vong, Cary, 131
VVong, Maxine, 131
Wood, jack, 97
NVood, Marita, 131, 259
1.Vood, Richard, 435, 305
VVood, Ronald, 222, 363
Woodcock, Sally, 396
Woodlord, Alan, 3136
Wootllord, Robert, 371
XVoodhouse, Alan, 435
VVoods, Lynn, 411
XVoodward, VVi11iam, 247,
Vxfoolcott, Alice, 382, 264
YVorlc, john, 432
Vllorkman, Clark, 97
Workman, Norman, 240
VVor1and, Sandra Lee, 131
NVormley, jean Ann, 149
XVornan, Robert, 226, 412
VVorre11, Katherine, 387
XVosse1s, Linda, 131
Vtfraith, Lee Taeke, 135, 136
NVright, Benjamin, 162
NVright, Cheryl Lee, 222
Vllrigltt, David, 131
Vllright, David Irving. 435
Vlfright, Glenn, 233. 97
VVright, Sandra Kay, 346
VVright, Susan Diane, 332, 338
YVubbcna, Robert, 245
NVu1l', VVi11iam, 361
NVunder1ich, Thomas, 361, 368
XVyaZt, james, 131
Wyatt, jantice, 163
NVynes, Valerie Lee, 137
Xkfynja, David, 423
Wyse, Christian, 241
Yaki, Richard, 134
Yanda, Leon, 242. 244, 246
Yanda, Patricia, 137, 264
Yarger, janet Rae, 352
Yates. Bruce, 432
Yanman, Thomas, 428
Yeager, jon, 133
Yerkey, Thomas, 222, 226, 424,
Yingling, Robert, 103
Yoder, Cindy, 399
Yoder, john, 103
Yoshimura, Constance, 33.5
Yost, Donna jane, 200, 352
Young, Dean, 97
Young, Donald, 106
Young, joe, 262
Young, 1.ouisa.223, 131. 350,
Young, Patricia, 22, 403
Young, Phillip jr., 27
Young, Richard N., 103
Young, Robert, 236
Young, Stuart. 431
Youngberg, Paula Ann, 134
Zager, VVi11iam, 242, 243, 246
Zahn, Douglas, 101, 230, 275, 360,
366, 367, 192
Zahnle, Mark, 365
Zaidenberg, Bertha, 131
Zaiman, Kit, 343, 350, 354, 355
Zastrow, Edwin, 222, 447
Zebus, joan, 134
Zeliadt, Larra Rae. 1516, 224, 393
Zeran, Theodore, 134
Zetterholm, David, 224
Zhorne, Donald, 131
Ziegler, Kenton, 444, 1SlS
Zienter, john, 420
Zieser, Ilelen, 131, 259
Zilfren, Deborah Rae, 208, 225, 131,
407, 251, 326, 313
Zika, Kenneth, 127
Zimmerman, Sandra, 264, 359
Zimmerman, Stephen, 97
Ziolkouski, Robert, 431
Ziska, james, 261
Zobcl, Ronald, 223, 224
Zobcr, Norman, 412
Zoeckler, Eric, 131, 302, 303
Zoller, Robert, 134
Zuber, Ernest jr., 233
Zwaek, joseph, 106
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