University of Iowa - Hawkeye Yearbook (Iowa City, IA)
- Class of 1966
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Text from Pages 1 - 474 of the 1966 volume:
Published by Student Publications, Inc.
THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA
IOWA CITY, IOWA
DOREEN HYDE, Editor
PAUL DAGLE, Business Manager
MIKE TONER, Chief Photographer
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people and people striving to
find their talents . . . of doctors
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ACAD EIVI I C S
President Bowen guides University through growing pains
The Firm hands of President Howard R.
Bowen are guiding the university through
a period of tremendous expansion in enroll-
ment and physical facilities. Enrollment in
1965 jumped to 16,355 from 14,480 the
previous fall and construction projects dot-
ted the campus from the Psychology Build-
ing on the east side of the river to the
Speech Pathology Center on the west side.
Bowen will begin his third year as presi-
dent Iuly 1. Before coming to the univer-
sity, he was president of Grinnell College
for nine years.
He earned his B.A. and lVl.A. at Wash-
ington State University and came to Iowa
for his Ph.D. Among his many honors was
being named chairman of President lohn-
son's National Commission on Technology,
Automation and Economic Progress. His
alma mater also granted him the Distin-
guished Alumnus Award last May.
President Bowen talks to parents at the Orientation Open
BOTTOM ROW: Molison, Rosenfield, Redeker, Wolfe. TOP ROW Rlclm cls L ss Iouden Perrin Quarton
Slate Board of Regents sets policy for University
The State Board of Regents approved a
budget of 392,528,370 for all operations run
by the University during 1965-66.
Meeting monthly, the nine-member
Board considers questions under the follow-
ing areas of its jurisdiction: admission re-
quirements, curricular offerings, facilities,
properties and finances.
The Board was formed in 1909. Members
are appointed by the Governor and approv-
ed by the Senate for six-year terms.
Looking ahead to provide for the ever-
increasing influx of students, the Board ap-
proved plans for the S13 million Melrose
Towers in October. The three-unit com-
plex, scheduled for completion in 1968, will
house 880 Women and 1,210 men.
Officers of administration
Elwin T. Ioliffe, vice president for busi-
ness and finance, has served the university
for 33 years. He received a B.S.C. from
here in 1932.
A native of Ottosen, he worked at the
university as a machine operator from 1933-
36 and as manager of the statistical ser-
vice from 1936-41. He was assistant busi-
ness manager from 1941-54 and business
manager and secretary from 1954 until ap-
pointed to his present position in 1958.
LD E. RHOADES, dean of admissions and records
execute University programs
ELWIN T. IOLIFFE, vice president for business and finance
Donald E. Rhoades, formerly director of
admissions and registrar, was named dean
of admissions and records by the Board of
Regents last Iuly.
A graduate of Morningside College and
the University, Rboades was a high school
coach and principal before coming here in
Channeling 16,355 students into over
1,900 courses offered is one of the major
functions of his office. To facilitate this, a
summer orientation and registration pro-
gram for freshmen was begun last summer.
About 2,000 freshmen took advantage of
the opportunity to register in advance.
A reorganization last summer consoli-
dated nine groups ranging frorn the Union
to the Institute of Gerontology under the
oflice of the vice president for academic
affairs and dean of faculties. Willard L.
Boyd, professor of law, has headed the office
since 1964. He has law degrees from the
University of Minnesota and the Univer-
sity of Michigan.
Wlu ARD L Bow use president for academic affairs dean
Rom RT ln RAY clean of extension 'md Umversitv services
Robert P. Ray is dean of extension md
university services and is chairman of the
board of the Iowa Center for Education in
Politics. He received a B.A. from Coe Col-
lege and lVI.A. and Ph.D. from the univer-
sity. His ollice is composed of 18 units
whose work ranges from overseeing corres-
pondence studies to drawing medical illus-
Charles R. Statler is director of examina-
tions service, established in 1943. He re-
C1-IARLES R. STATLER, director of examinations service
ceived an lV1.Ed. from the University of
Wichita. During the course of the year his
ollice assists the faculty with the prepara-
tion of testing materials and provides scor-
ing and analysis service.
The first of the month always brings a long line to the
cashiefs ofiice in University Hall.
PHILIP CL. HUBBARD, dean of academic aI'l'airs
ALLIN W. DAMN, administrative dean
Allin W. Dalcin joined the university as
administrative dean and assistant to the
president in 1953. He left a position as
comptroller of three colleges in California.
Prior to that, he had been bursar and a
member of the commerce faculty of Robert
College and bursar of the American College
for Girls in Istanbul, Turkey. He earned
a B.A. and lVI.A. from here and an lVl.B.A.
from Harvard University.
His special interest in international af-
fairs is shown by oilices he has held in Ro-
tary International, the state United Nations
Association, and Partners for the Alliance
Philip G. Hubbard was appointed dean
of academic affairs effective I an. l, making
him the iirst Negro dean in the history of
the university. The position was created
in Iuly of 1965 by President Howard R.
Hubbard had been professor of mechan-
ics and hydraulics prior to being appointed
dean. He is also a member of the Presi-
dentis ad hoc committe-e on articles three
and four of the Higher Education Act oi
1965 and is on the Committee of Human
A native of Macon, Ga., Hubbard attend-
ed the Des Moines public schools and re-
ceived B.S., lVl.S., and Ph.D. degrees from
the University of Iowa.
Marion L. Huit begins his second decade
as dean of students and director of student
aliairs this year. He received a B.A. in his-
tory and political science from Ohio Wes-
leyan University and an lVl.A. in psychol-
ogy from the university. He came here in
1946 as counselor to men after teaching in
the Peking American School in China and
serving in the U.S. Department of Iustice.
His oiiice includes counselors for men
and women, activities counselors, the Inter-
national Center and fraternity business ser-
vice. As part of a reorganization plan
adopted last summer, the oiiice now func-
tions through the oiiice of the vice presi-
dent for academic affairs and dean of fac-
Huit has been president of the National
Association of Student Personnel Adminis-
trators, a member of the Iowa Guidance
Association and campus liaison olhcer for
the Peace Corps.
PRESENT YOUR CAR
REGISTRATION CARD HER
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Car registration is one of the last lines students have to go through
before they can tum in their I.B.M, cards.
NIARION L. HUIT, dean of students,
director of student affairs
New Union addition provides meeting rooms, lounge areas
The 34.2 million addition to the Union,
begun in 1962, was dedicated Sept. 24. It
includes the 112-room Iowa House, a new
ballroom, the Big 10 meeting rooms and
new lounge areas.
Founded in 1924 as a memorial to stu-
dents who died in military conllicts, thc
Union is the third largest structure of itz
kind in the nation.
Loren V. Kottner, director, believes the
Union should be the place where the in-
formal education of college students takes
The Gold Feather room usually has several chess games
'th ' udents' " f ' .
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in kibitzing, iange
The new River Room cafeteria looks out on the Iowa River and
has an expanded seating capacity.
LOREN V. KOTTNER, Union director
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Each year senior class presidents, composing the Class Representatives Council meet with Association and Foundation stall: mem
bers to discuss cooperative ellorts in various programs to beneht the university SEATED Mrs T Iohnsrud T Iohnsrud Mrs
D. Brandt, D. Brandt, C. Rice, I. Fee. STANDING: L. Devltlt I W Meyer M Peterson D W WYYICL B Behrens L Hiclt
erson, W. Newbrough, A. I-Iavercamp.
Alumni Associaiion provides link for graduates to University
The University of Iowa Alumni Associa-
tion is a significant link between the uni-
versity and its 68,000 living graduates. The
Association helps arrange reunions and in
the past, has handled Rose Bowl trips and
similar activities. A legislative relations
program and the Qld Gold Singers are al-
so sponsored by the Association. It main-
tains accurate address and biographical
Files on alumni and acts along with the
state and local alumni groups as the voice
of the alumni in university aiiairs.
Association members receive bi-monthly
issues of the Iowa Alumni Review maga-
zine and all alumni receive three issues each
year of the Today at Iowa newsletter.
lg' Jill TX
Alumni Association files for 68,000 living graduates fill rooms in Alumni House.
University of Iowa Foundation gives financial support
The Alumni Association works closely with the University of Iowa Foundation, which
was until recently a part of the Alumni Association. The Foundation, with ofiices in the
Union, is a corporation designed to maximize financial support from private agencies and
individuals for the university and its growing programs.
The Foundation has as its important agencies the Old Gold Development Fund, which
is the annual donation division, and the newly-created Iowa Center for the Arts - an
exciting division to spearhead a drive for capital improvements and enrichment ofthe Fine
arts facilities. A million dollar art gallery will house the university collection and early
completion will assure the gift of one of the lVlidwest's most important collections.
Student aids, research and general university enrichment are the three major areas
given support by the Old Gold Development Fund. When little or no state tax money is
available, the Fund procures special collections for the library and campus appearances
of eminent authors and critics.
Telephone contacts by alumni in key population centers have been very successful in
procuring pledges for proiects. During the latter part of 1963, the Foundation s cumu-
lative gifts passed the million dollar mark.
Student Health must care for health of I6,000 students
One of the
seven doctors available at Student Health checks
Some 200 students a day take advantage
of the care offered by the Student Health
Service. Seven doctors handle everything
from mumps to mononucleosis and make a
student feel as if he were consulting his
family physician. The benefits of labora-
tory tests, infirmary care and the services
of specialists at University Hospitals are
available to the student.
Heading this operation is Dr. Chester I.
Miller, chief of Student Health Service. He
received a B.S. and an NLD. from the uni-
versity and has been with the student
health program since 1927. He is also as-
sociate director of the University Depart-
ment of Health and professor of hygiene
and preventive medicine. He is listed in
Whois Who and has written several medi-
The waiting room at Student Health is usually crowded.
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The College of Business Administration
moved into Phillips Hall, its new seven-
story home, in September. Expanded facil-
ities for business students include class-
rooms, an extensive library, an auditorium,
and a faculty-graduate student research
During the past year, the college made
provisions to add an electronic digital com-
puter in connection with the University
Computer Center, and integrated a number
of areas which provide for interdisciplinary
business education with the specialized cur-
The I ' in classes ollered b the Colle e of Busi
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ness Administration are always popular.
A coed makes a last-minute dash up the steps for
a class in the new Phillips Hall.
DEAN B. L. BARNES,
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he held in Phillips Hall before a test.
George S. Easton retires as dentistry dean. on faculty 4I years
George S. Easton retired this year, after
three years as dean of the College of Den-
tistry. He was a member of the faculty for
41 years. Dr. Donald l. Galagan joined the
faculty in Ianuary as professor and dean-
elect. He had been the assistant surgeon
general and chief of the Division of Dental
Health of the U.S. Public Health Service.
The Department of Periodontology, for-
merly in the Department of Stomatology,
was created in 1965. In the college visual
aids are being implemented by training
Films which illustrate a single dental con-
cept and are produced by the staff, and by
closed circuit television in laboratories and
'F' eff rrrllrr e rri '
Lectures are the starting point for students before
practicing in the dental laboratories.
Dent students watch a professor e amining a
child in the Dental Clinic
DEAN GEORGE S. EASTN
College of Dentistr
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College of Education s+ar+s professional semester for maiors
The professional semester was one of the
innovations in the College of Education this
year. Concentrated in a nine-week pro-
gram, elementary education majors now
gear their study around student teaching
on a fulltime basis.
Another First was the approval of the
Specialist in Education degree awarded for
a year of study beyond the lVI.A. level.
The use of the closed circuit television
was expanded as a teaching device in meth-
ods classes for both science and guidance
The superintendent of a school district interviews
a prospective teacher.
Art students use fellow students as models for a
HOWARD R. Iomas,
lege of Education
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the bus for the trip to their teaching assign-
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to the teacher explain different methods.
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al aids l,'f'7Lll'Sf3 for future teachers.
A student teacher in the primary grades enthralls her class with E1 story.
Hunier Rouse is named dean of the College of Engineering
W 7 Hunter Rouse was named new dean of
the College of Engineering in December
and assumed his duties.
Last fall, a statement of goals stressing
revision of the curriculum to provide a
broader education, including more courses
in non-technical areas, was adopted by the
faculty. Engineering facilities were supple-
mented by the completion of a new digital
, computer to aid in data analysis and with
the remodeling of laboratory and office
DEAN HUNTER RoUsE,
College of Engineering
Sophisticated electronic equipment such as this is
sometimes used for laboratory experiments.
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Dean Duane C. Spriestersbach is corn-
pleting his First full year as dean of the
Graduate College. A 16.3 per cent expan-
sion in graduate enrollment from 3,332
last year to 3,875 this fall met his arrival.
An lVI.A. in the department of Urban and
Regional Planning and a Specialist in Edu-
cation degree were offered for the first time.
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staff of the college was enlarged to include
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Equipment for the new particle accelerator is housed on the first floor of the new Physics Building.
Iowa's firsl College of Law celebrates centennial year
A new century of legal research and edu-
cation began this year as the College of
Law celebrated its centennial. Established
in 1865 in Des Moines, the college is the
oldest law school of continuous operation
west of the Mississippi. It was rnoved to
Iowa City in 1868.
Dean Mason Ladd retired after heading
the College for 27 years. He has been on
the faculty since 1929.
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the use of seminar study and divided the
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School of Library Science sei' up under College of Liberal Arts
The Board of Regents established a
School of Library Science within the Col-
lege of Liberal Arts last fall, making it the
sixth school in the college. There is only
one other accredited library science school
between Iowa and the west coast, at the
University of Denver.
The College grew from a nucleus of five
philosophical and four scientific depart-
ments in 1855 and is now the largest of
the 10 colleges of the University, having
an enrollment this year of 9,403
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for typographical errors at the print shop.
Schaeffer Hall remained the home of many lib-
eral arts classes, for perhaps the last year,
Dewar B. Srurr,
ge of Liberal Arts
Humanilies provide background for liberal arls s+uclen+s
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always crowded with students during
A graduate student monitors larguage
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of the spiral lootbridge.
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let the instructor watch her students.
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A quiet comer in Quad and an old
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their math problems.
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The University School of Religion is not
a theological seminary. Rather, it seeks to
help students understand the history and
literature of religion. During the year, 593
students took courses from the school and
916 were enrolled in core courses.
In 1965, the Association of Theological
Faculties in Iowa, Inc. was formed to
strengthen graduate Work in religion at
Iowa schools. Students enrolled in the par-
ticipating schools may attend any member
school with no additional tuition charge.
Dr. George Forell was named director of
the school in March. He had been acting
director. An ordained Lutheran minister,
he joined the faculty in l954.
History and religion sparked a well-attended
Danforth Chapel is a symbol of interdenomlna
Dimacron GEORGE W Fo
School of Religion
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School of Journalism expands research faclllhes, courses
During the past year, the School of
Iournalism extended its Work in mass com-
munications research and in Writing meth-
The newly-established Mass Communi-
cations Research Bureau hegan work, serv-
ing the university, the mass media, and
other organizations. In addition, the school
offered its first undergraduate research
course, Introduction to Communication Re-
search, and added two new graduate
courses in research, as well as courses in
critical writing and interpretive reporting.
The School of Iournalism lounge is always busy
at coffee hour.
The Communications Center has space for eight
'ron LESLIE G. MOELLER
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An expanded College of Medicine rose
to meet the needs of the university and
the community this year. One of the na-
tion's largest and most active medical
schools, the college gained access to two
new additions: a 7,000 sq. ft. research wing
for the Department of Opthalmology and
a specially-built concrete wing to house a
The college assumed new functions as
the Medical Center incorporated the State
Sanatorium at Oakdale. The Sanatorium
is being adapted for the rehabilitation and
treatment of chronic diseases.
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The lighted tower of University Hospitals is '1
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Several changes marked the past year at
the College of Nursing, including reorgani-
zation of the undergraduate program, the
addition of an assistant dean, and remodel-
ing of facilities.
Beginning in September, the college com-
bined its two baccalaureate programs into
one undergraduate program. Miss Etta
Rasmussen was named assistant dean.
The college also moved into two remod-
eled floors in Westlawn, and added new
classrooms, student lockers and lounge
A student nurse practices the intricacies of read-
ing a patient's blood pressure.
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is part of a studenfs job.
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The College offices were expanded during the
summer, and a student lounge was added.
Nobody can make a bed like a nurse, al-
though the students can testify it takes
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College of Pharmacy undergraduate, graduate classes grow
Enrollment in the College of Pharmacy
undergraduate program grew from 187 stu-
dents in the fall of 1964 to 216 last fall and
the graduate program grew from 48 stu-
dents to 60. Pre-pharmacy students num-
bered 65 in 1964 and 83 in 1965.
The College provides a five-year course
of study that trains students for practice in
all fields of pharmacy. The first year is
spent in Liberal Arts, the next four in the
College. As seniors, pharmacy students
prepare pharmaceutical products in large
quantities for routine use in University
Hospitals and Student Health.
Careful measuring of ingredients is important,
as a pharmacy student soon learns.
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decanters adorn a display case,
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School of Social Work reorganizes plan 'I'o include summers
As an initial result of four years of plan-
ning, the School of Social Work expects the
enrollment to increase from 67 to 80 MA.
degree candidates next year.
Basic to the new program is the reorgani-
zation of the upracticumn to provide a
single, continual experience by utilizing the
summer between the two years of gradua-
ate study, enabling students to complete
work two months before commencement.
Work is done under the supervision of
members of the staff and qualified members
of participating agencies.
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doctors and nurses when helping patients.
Children are often helped by social workers and
are one area of a specihc study lor students.
on FRANK Z. Gucic,
al of Social Work
Eugene Spaziani . . . Zoology . . . antithesis ol' "anemic
scientist" stereotype . . . oblique humor . . . scepticism
without cynicism . . . suspected of omniscience . , . he
believes all classes should be ol' honors quality . . . Candid,
perceptive . . . a man of quiet intensities.
Betty Dales . . . nursing . . . ward instructor, theory lec-
turer . . . doesn't hover , . . believes in individual effort
and accomplishment . . . a resource person . . . jocular
. . . argumentative . . . knows her own mind, likewise
expects students to know theirs . . . un good head."
Donald K. Woolley . , . journalism . . . he makes pho-
tography an experience as well as a class . . . known
throughout the University and the state for his highjinks
. . . a professor who teaches in the classroom . . . admired,
but an enigma to his own students.
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Iames N. Murray . , . political science . . . distills com-
plexities to an easily-followed framework . . . an artist . . .
doesn't take attendance, doesn't have to . . . a slashing,
pointed sense of humor . . . vital, compelling . . . one of
us, yet lar more.
Marcia Thayer . . . physical education . . . disciplines
students' minds as well as their bodies . . . inspires de-
votion from her students . . . dynamic ligure on stage
. . , has brought dancing into theatre productions . . .
tireless in her elforts to promote dance on campus.
Clark Griffith . . . English . . . very well organized, rapid
fire lecturer . . . "one of the best in the department" . .
a strict taskmaster . . . highly volatile temperment . .
extraordinary clarity . . . vigorous . . . erudite and com
municative . . . respected
Beatrice Litherland . . . home economics . . . gives stu-
dents free rein, lots ol' encouragement . . . cheerful . . . en-
thusiastic, especially good for teaching intro courses . . .
very imaginative . . . an interested instructor . . . well-
rounded . . . a good example to her students
Patrick L. Alston . . . history . . . no sacred cows, no quasi-
sophistieation . . , a real mania for thinking . . . "wild"
. . . immersed in his work . . . a boon to the prospective
scholar . . . a foe ol rote, a teacher of concepts . . . aware,
concerned, but most of all, evocative
Samuel M Fahr aw . colorful . . . has interests
Hung from Peruvian agrarian reform to Des Moines art
centers bicycles, submarines, red socks , . . anecdotal
humor . . . loves teaching . . . his specialties are criminal,
family law ., . . hypercynieal . . . unforgettable
Philip G. Hubbard . . . dean, academic affairs , . . ex-
ceptionally capable administrator . . . no professor in a
cocoon, he , . . dignified, articulate . . . heart open to
everyone . . . altruistic diplomat . . , "tops in his held"
. . . a versatile genius . . . going up, last
Iay Melrose . . . speech pathology and audiology . . . Oto-
Iaryrigalogy and maxiofacialsurgy . . . a specialist with a
flair for getting his material across . . . always willing to
listen to his students . . . happy-go-lucky . . . lectures easily,
clearly and well .
Marshall B. MeKusiek . . . anthropology . . . state arche-
ologist . . . a human Hgure in the classroom as well as on
digs . . . devoted to "hifi students . . . makes the past
understandable and educational . . . a lighter for preser-
vation of archeological sites in Iowa.
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BOTTOM ROW: Carolyn Mueller, Kathryn Taafle, Eliz-
beth Webber, Iudith Beese, Patricia Ienkins, Catherine
Kenny, Diane Shulke, Elizabeth Osenbaugh, Iudy Rueg-
nitz. ROW 2: Virginia Leslie, Martha McCormick, Pa-
tricia Miller, Middie Mae Petersen, Mary Herrick, Barb
Hertz, Barb Trummel, Marsha Morgan, Sandra Upson.
Alpha Lambda Delta honors
Alpha Lambda Delta is an honorary society
for women who achieve a 3.5 grade average
during one of their first two semesters at
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ROW 3: Iudy Young, Jean Eckels, Ianice Hopkey, Lynn
Paulin, Ian Abbas, Mary James, Sharon Baker, Iane Wolfe,
Linda Marsh, lean Gutshall. ROW 4: Maureen O'Bryon,
Iean Walter, Elizabeth Gilbert, Fran Puhl, Marcella Neu-
bauer, Gerda Murra, lean Valentine, Elizabeth Lee, Ianet
McRoberts, Ianet Gutshall.
outstanding freshman women
the University. Their purpose is to strive
for higher academic standards.
Phi Eta Sigma gives academic recogni+ion +o freshman men
Phi Eta Sigma recognizes high academic
achievement among freshman men. A 3.5
average is required for membership. An
BOTTOM ROW: Ioe Whitehouse, Lee Dicker, William
Steward, Richard Randell, William Hopkins, Eric Thorp,
Kenneth McBeath, Michael Shea. ROW 2: Charles Ro-
land, Martin O'Donnell, David Bell, Edward Tout, james
outstanding senior member is presented
the Iohn Briggs Award annually.
Longstreth, Bruce Dugstad, Iohn Iames. ROW '31 Larry
Burke, Michael Donohue, Iohn Corcoran, Iohn Cerwin,
Earl Kemp, Richard Salge, Donald Sierk.
Mortar Board sponsors Smarty Party, Graduate Study Nugh+
Mortar Board, national honorary organi-
zation for senior Women, strives to encour-
age scholarship, leadership, and service
among women on campus. Mortar Board
membership is selective. Those who most
nearly represent the desired qualities are
The program for this year's activities in-
cluded the Smarty Party with a Batman
theme for Women with 3.25 or above first
semester averages, Graduate Study Night,
and the Leadership Banquet for those who
have made significant contributions to the
Mortar Board members also were host-
esses for Orientation, Union Open House
and other University functions.
Sally Stage was president.
Batmarfs trials were explained in a skit held for Mortar
board's annual Smarty Pfirty
BOTTOM ROW: Pat VanHeel, Brenda Schnede, Sally Dallas Murphy, Martha Lipton ROW 3 Andrea Raskm
Stage, Ioan Countryman, Diane Corson, Tucki Apel. ROW Nancy Matthias Linda Weis Carolyn Smith Carolyn
2: lean Fee, Linda Lamson, Bette Smith, Carol Faulk, Lukensmeyer, Martha Bergstresser
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BOTTOM ROW: Iohn Dooley, Morris Knopf, Gene Krekel, Walter Barbee, Edward Bennett. ROW 3: M. L. Huit,
Charles Dick, Ion Van Dusseldorp, Dennis Pauling, Tom Iohn Platt, Thomas Cromwell, Bill Rosebrook, James
Longden. ROW 2: Michael Martin, Dennis Wilken, Ste- Moses, Bryan Clemons.
phen Iones, George Forell, Carl Fackler, Thomas Stone,
Omicron Delia Kappa picks Dad of Year, plans alum breakfast
ODK oliicers plan a lull year of activities for members
and help with Dad's Day.
Outstanding men in athletics, student
government, social and religious affairs are
chosen members of Omicron Delta Kappa.
Realizing that success is not limited to one
area, these men have excelled in both schol-
arship and leadership.
This year's president was Gene Krekel.
The chapter sponsored the Dad of the Year
contest and the annual Homecoming break-
fast for alumni. ODK also kept busy
throughout the year with regular supper
New members of ODK are tapped in the
spring at the Leadership Banquet. Mortar
Board, the honorary society for outstanding
university women, traditionally taps news
members at this banquet, also.
MICHAEL ABELE, Cedarburg, Wis.
SHIZUKO AKAMINE, Naha City, Okinawa
KORRY ALBERTI, Iowa City
HAROLD ANDERSON, Marshalltown
RICHARD ANDERSON, Chariton
GARY ARMSTRONG, Marshalltown
LAVERNE ARP, Stockton
LARRY ASPLEAF, Sioux City
IOHN BALSTER, Clinton
BERNADINE BARNES, Cedar Rapids
RICHARD BARRY, Boone
RUSSELL BATZ, Western Springs, Ill.
LARRY BECKER, Lakota
DEVERE BENDIXEN, Davenport
JOHN BERGGREN, Des Moines
IOHN BLOODHART, Iowa City
CARROLL BLOOMQUIST, Fort Dodge
IAMES BLUM, Dubuque
DONALD BOLAND, Cedar Rapids
RONALD BOLAND, Cedar Rapids
RONALD ROMBEI, west Chester
SHIRLEY BONTRAGER, Keokuk
RANDALL BORCHERDING, Latimer
RICHARD BORCHERS, LeMars
WILLIAM BOWEN, Iowa City
PAUL BRANDT, Davenport
PAUL BRAUN, Waterloo
DAVID BRCKA, Iowa City
CHARLES BRECKENRIDGE, Newton
IOHN BRODIE, Muscatine
MARVIN BRUCK, Panama
IOHN BUCHANAN, Denton, Tex.
SHEILA BUESCHER, Burlington
ROGER BURKEN, Charlotte
WILLIAM BURNETT, Iowa City
RAYMOND BYERS, Fremont
MICHAEL CALLAWAY, Burlington
DICK CALTA, Iowa City
STEVE CHANDLER, Iowa City
ROBERT CHIADO, Des Moines
MARK COATS, Stratford
EUGENE CODER, Clinton
STEVEN COLLINS, IOWa City
DAVID COLLISON, Davenport
JOHN COOK, Cedar Falls
THOMAS COONEY, Dubuque
RAYMOND COOPER, Sioux City
ARLENE CRAIG, Aurora
JAMES GRAM, North English
IAMES CRAWFORD, Columbus junction
JEROME CROSS, Vinton
PRICE DALSTROM, Iowa City
DARROLD DANDY, schailef
IOHN DARNALL, omaha, Neb.
COLLYN DENIO, LuVerne
PHYLLIS DENISON, Cedar Rapids
CURTIS DIERDORFF, Moscow
NATHAN DILLINGI-IAM, Perry
CHARLES DISSELHORST, Burlington
DENNIS DUITCH, Des Moines
DENVER DVORSKY, Iowa City
PHILIP DYLHOFF, Gilman
STEPHEN ECI-ITERNACH, Crystal Lake,
MARY ELLEN ELLIS, Sioux City
IEROME ESSER, Gunenberg
TED FARISS, Iowa City
RONALD FEDER, Cedar Rapids
FERN FELDMAN, Allison
DOUGLAS FETZER, Victor
RAYMOND FLUHARTY, Garwin
EDWARD FORDYCE, Iowa City
RICHARD FREEMAN, Oskaloosa
JOHN FRY, III, Cedar Rapids
LAVONIA GAUNT, Marshalltown
IAMES GIBBS, Chariton
MARVIN GOLDSTEIN, Mason City
RONALD GORDY, Muscatine
KATHRYN GOTBERG, Odebolt
DAVID GROENEWOLD, Everly
RICHARD GRUBER, Mount Prospect, Ill.
THOMAS GRUPP, Mason City
IAMES GUGLE, Ottumwa
SAMUEL HAAS, Davenport
DONALD HALL, I-Iornick
MARTIN HANSON, Iowa City
LAVERN HARVEY, Betlendorl
IVAN HASSELBUSCH, Iowa City
WILLIAM HEITMEIER, Letts
LARRY HERSHBERGER, Keswick
ALLEN HERYFORD, Union
IOHN HIRKO, Iowa City
KAY ANN HOFMANN, Bettenclorf
RAY HOPPE, Middle
RAN SON HOWE, Muscatine
IEAN HUDSON, Muscatine
DAVID I-IULETT, Iowa City
STEVEN HULL, Oltumwa
DALE HUMISTON, Morning Sun
LARRY HUSMANN, Monticello
GEORGE ILLIAN, Des Moines
STEVEN IACOBS, Davenport
CAROL IEFFRIES, Chariton
MICHAEL IENNINGS, Columbus
THOMAS IESSEN, Waterloo
GARY IOI-INSON, Keokuk
IOSEPH IOHNSON, Iowa City
RODNEY IOHNSON, Clear Lake
RONALD IOHNSON, Iowa City
MARICA JONES, Aberdeen, S. D.
GAYLEN IUNGLING, Parkersburg
RITA KELLER, Osceola
ALLEN KILBERGER, Fairfax
BRUCE KIMMERLE, Dundee
ROBERT KNIGHT, Davenport
ALBERT KOEHLER, Park Ridge, Il
HENRY KOESTER, Dubuque
FRANK KOS, Washington
ROBERT KULA, Anamosa
DAVID KUTSCHER, Iowa City
ROBERT LAING, Iowa City
LEE LAWSON, Boone
DAVID LENSCH, Fairfax
MICHAEL LINDG-REN, Stanton
WILLIAM LISLE, Clarinda
IAMES LOCKE IR., Columbus Iunction
MARY LOVE, Ida Grove
PAUL LUND, Iowa City
ERIC LUNDQUIST, Iowa City
IAMES MALONEY, Cedar Rapids
DION MARKLE, Iowa City
IOSEPH MARKS, Urbandale
STEPHEN MASHEK, Waterloo
NORMAN MASON, Keokuk
TONIA MCCAHILL, Iowa City
CHARLES MCCALL, Oskaloosa
ROBERT MCKNIGHT, Burlington
RONALD MERRITT, Marengo
DAN MERTA, Fairfax
CECIL MILES, Keokuk
BOWMAN MILLER, Des Moines
DENNY MILLER, Cedar Rapids
GENE MILLER, Cedar Rapids
KEMP MILLER, Burlington
RON MILLER, Fort Dodge
MARTHA MISTA, Monona
ROBERT MITCHELL, Moline, Ill.
LYLE MOELLER, Boone
LYNN MOELLER, Davenport
DICK MONTGOMERY, Larrabee
RICHARD MONTROSS Ir., Millersburg
DAVID MOORE, Cedar Rapids
EUGENE MOORE, Tipton
IUDY MUENCH, Boone
RUSSELL NADEN, Webster City
DONALD NEIMAN, Des Moines
IOHN NELSON, Bouton
RONALD NEWELL, Iowa City
LINDA N IEBAUM, Sioux City
WILLIAM NISSEN, Davenport
CHARLES NOBLE, St. Louis, Mo.
AN DERS NORGAARD, East Alton, Ill.
GARY NORMAN, Ottumwa
JOHN NOYD, Odebolt
MICHAEL NUGENT, Iowa City
IAY OLSEN, Rock Rapids
WILLIAM ORR, Fort Madison
DAVID OTT, Wheatland
ROGER OTTERSTEIN, Fayette
IAMES PARKHURST IR., Manchester
DONALD PAUL, Muscatine
RICHARD PECK, Iowa City
RAYMOND PEPER, Schleswig
BRIAN PETERS, DeWitt
THOMAS PETERSEN, Durant
MARK PETERSON, Dayton
JIM PLOEN, Maryville
MARK POLEN, Aurora, 111.
PAUL POWERS, Dubuque
THOMAS PURVIS, New Shrewsbury, N. 1.
JAMES QUINN, Iowa City
DEAN RAMPSON IR., Dubuque
CHARLES RANDALL, Sioux City
IERRY RATHMANN, Davenport
IAMES REIER, West Liberty
THOMAS REINHARDT, Onawa
IUDITH REINHART, Solon
PHILLIP RIEMENSCHNEIDER, Eldora
IAMES RICHARDSON, Iowa City
DAVID RISLEY, Davenport
DAVID RITCHIE, Knoxville
MICHAEL ROCCA, Cedar Rapids
MICHAEL RODDY, Mason City
IOHN ROENFELDT, Davenport
ROBERT ROMINE, Des Moines
DENNIS ROSSMAN, Atlantic
TOM SALL, Iowa Falls
IAMES SCI-IEETZ, Oxford
CHARLES SCHEINING, Mediapolis
RONALD SCHERUBEL, Palos Heights, Ill
MELVIN SCHOEPPNER, Carroll
DENNIS SCHUETT, Wilton Iunction
PAUL SCHUH, Fort Dodge
CARL SCHUMACHER, Marengo
STANLEY SCHUMACHER, Woolstock
GERALD SERFLING, Cresco
ROBERT SHERIDAN, Monmouth, Ill.
STEVE SIDWELL, Cedar Rapids
KENT SISSEL, Muscatine
IUDY SMITH, Cummings
RICHARD SPAIN, Clinton
IAMES STARR, Wyoming
CATHY STOCKMAR, Iowa City
WILLIAM STROBACH, Des Moines
THOMAS STROOPE, Marion
BASIL SWAIM, Drakesville
JAMES SWARTZENDRUBER, Kalona
KENNETH SWARTZENDRUBER, Kalona
CARL THELE, Wever
RONALD THOMPSON, Muncie, Ind.
IERRY THORNTON, Des Moines
ROBERT TOBIASON, Monticello
CARRY TOERBER, Lamson
RONALD TOWELL, Iowa City
ROBERT TRAVIS, Eldora
EDWARD TREICHEL, Broadview, Ill.
RALPH TRICKLER, Burlington
ROBERT TUCKER, Guttenberg
ARLEN TWEDT, Nevada
IIM VALENTA, Cedar Rapids
FRED VOLLBEER, Eldridge
DONALD WALKER, Iowa City
IIM WALKER, Iowa City
DAVID WANGBERG, Duncombe
IERRY WARD, Iowa Falls
RICHARD WAUGH, Redding
NICK WEEDE, Bettendorf
CHARLES WELTER, Ottosen
WILLIAM WERESCH, Lombard, Ill.
DAVID WERTZBERGER, Iowa City
ARLYN VVI-IITE, Hartley
CHARLOTTE WHITE, Iowa City
STANLEY WIEBOLD, Amana
MARLIN WIESE, Tama
WILIAIVI WIESE, Rhodes
IAMES WILSON, Carroll
MARVIN WILSON, Winterset
SOLVEIG WINBORN, Williamsburg
WILLIAM WINEGARDNER, Des Moines
ELI WIRTZ, West Bend
MERLE WRATISLAW, Waterloo
IAY YOUNG, Atlantic
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Business students study in the Phillips Hall
Reference materials help majors in their
Up-to-date business machines are used as
BOTTOM ROW: Larry Leonard, Art Bedeian, Wayne
Wolff, Roger Aldrich, Ronald Bombei, Arthur Howe,
Eugene Pankey, Ivan Hasselbusch, lim Maloney, Richard
Anderson, Ierome Cross, Basil Swairn, Steve Seymour, Carl
Dexheimer, Iohn Hinton. ROW 2: David Brcka, Andy
Norgaard, Iames Starr, David Groenewold, Carl Schuma-
cher, Eugene Sample, Robert Harris, Roderick Evans, Will-
iam Wcresch, Ralph Trickler, Dion Markle, Michael lack-
son, Virg Wagner, Mark Peterson, Paul Gengler. ROW 3:
james Blum, Collyn DeNio, Robert Kula, Steven Ferring,
Edward Arnold, Kenneth Barkhurst, David Ritchie, LeRoy
Vander Schoor, Iames Hartrick, Roger Hackman, Michael
Iennings, Larry Hershberger. ROW 4: Geoffrey Lewis,
Stephen Sidwell, Robert Tucker, Iohn McMorris, Tom Pe-
tersen, Fred Vollbeer, Iohn Balster, Gene Wunder, Ted
Ward, William Bowen.
Alpha Kappa Psi is sponsor of Business Careers Conference
Alpha Kappa Psi otlicers led their group to outstanding
honors as one of the top chapters in the country.
Alpha Kappa Psi, a professional business
fraternity, consists of eligible students seek-
ing degrees from the College of Business
For the past two years, the Alpha Xi
chapter has ranked as one of the top chap-
ters in the country by attaining 100,000
points in the national eHiciency contest.
The chapter sponsored the annual Business
Careers Conference in February and many
of its members were active in honorary fra-
ternities in business and accounting.
The members built a Homecoming float
with Phi Gamma Nu, held a winter formal
and a spring picnic, participated in profes-
sional meetings, and sponsored a civic and
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Collegiate Chamber of Commerce focuses on careers
The governing body of the Collegiate
Chamber of Commerce is elected by the
students in the College of Business Admin-
istration. The activities and projects of
the group provide experience and oppor-
tunities in the field of business.
In February, the group held an annual
Business Careers Conference. Discussion
during the two-day event focused on avail-
able careers in business. Prominent busi-
nessmen representing different fields, took
part in panel discussions.
The Chamber also sponsored a banquet
in May for the students and faculty in the
Mark Miller was president. Roger Miller,
assistant professor of business administra-
tion, was adviser.
BOTTOM ROW: David Ritchie, lim Maloney, jean Hud-
son, Mark Peterson, James Blum. ROW 2: Tonia Mc-
Cahill, Gary Toerber, Paul Bazelides, David Croenewold,
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A guest speaker is greeted at the annual Careers Confer
ence in February,
Kay Hoffmann. ROW 3: Paul Powers, DeVere Bendixen
Professor Roger Miller.
BOTTOM ROW: Iudy Muench, Iacquelyn Roberts, Bar- Vonna Gaunt, Kathryn Gtotberg, Barbara Haines, Ioan
bara Scott, Sue Shidler, Mary Smith, Sandi Smith, Sheila Hall, Geraldine Hautzler, Sue Heddesheimer, Kay Hol-
Vedder, Sue Yetter. ROW 2: Marcia Iones, Dana Kohe, mann, Iean Hudson. ROW 4: Clarice Arnold, Shirley
Sheryl Kail, lean Langesen, Karen Martin, Carolyn Mat- Bontrager, Della Brewer, Arlene Craig, Mary Beth Davis,
thews, Tonia McCahill, Martha Mista. ROW 3: La- Kathy Duffy, Phyllis Dutton, Mary Ellen Ellis.
Siyle show, trip to Minneapolis highlight Phi Gamma Nu year
Phi Gamma Nu olificers led their group in its efforts to
promote business careers for women.
Phi Gamma Nu is open to all business
administration majors who have maintain-
ed a grade average of 2.0. The group aims
to promote fellowship and business careers
for women students.
A style show, guest speakers at monthly
meetings, float building for Homecoming
and selling popcorn added to their main
activities of banquets and the annual
Careers Conference. Members also took a
Held trip to Minneapolis.
The president of the group was Linda
Niebaum. Other ofiicers were Kay Stringer
and Tonia McCahill, first and second vice
presidents, Sandra Smith, secretary, Arlene
Craig, treasurer: and lean Hudson, scribe.
BO'IvI'OM ROW: Edwin Skorupa, Robert Iensen, Richard
Gruber, lay Young, Marcia Iones, Mark Mueller, Marvin
Bruck, Tonia McCahiIl. ROW 2: Kemp Miller, Paul
Powers, Doug Zmolek, David Moore, Virgil Swanson, Dale
Student Marketing Association
This student branch of the American
Marketing Association strives for better un-
derstanding and experience in the Held of
Iacobsen, Chuck Koberg. ROW 3: Larry Becker, Roger
Kubik, Dennis Petersen, Lee Lawson, Charles Noble, Sam-
seeks practical experience
marketing. Application of knowledge to
job situations was the topic of the yearis
Beta Alpha Psi honors outstanding accounting students
With selective requirements for member-
ship, this honorary accounting organiza-
tion provides a broader understanding and
BOTTOM ROW: loseph Marks ,Raymond Armknecht,
Iohn Engstrom, Ronald Bombei, Dale Humiston, Don Go-
lik. ROW 2: Bernadine Bames, Paul Braun, Ioseph Mc-
Evoy, William Cook, Iames Blum, Raymond Byers, Shar-
promotes interest in accounting. President
lohn Engstrom led the group through a full
round of activities this year.
on Henry. ROW 3: Frank Kos, Stephen Sidwell, Ivan
Hasselbusch, Robert Tucker, Eugene Coder, Paul Bazel-
ides, Philip Walk, David Groenewold.
THEODORE ALMQUIST, Albert City
IVAN ANOELL, Leighton
THOMAS ASARCH, iowa City
IAMES BEURLE, cedar Rapids
PAUL ABRAHAMSON, Bismarck, N. D
DONALD BLEv1Ns, Mccomb, 111.
GLENN BOOK, Des Moines
ANTHONY BROWN, Des Moines
IAMES CHERVENY, Marshalltown
BRYAN CLEMONS, Chariton
PAUL COLLINS, Davenport
STEVEN COOPER, Davenport
IAMES DAI-IM, Pella
DENNIS DEWITT, Des Moines
DAVID ELLEFSON, Decorah
MICHAEL ERICKSON, Glen Ellyn,
GARY FINGERT, Des Moines
DAVID GRANT, Iowa City
IAMES GUNDERSON, Lake Mills
DONALD HANNEMAN, Vinton
IAY HOCKETT, Des Moines
HAL JOHNSON, Northwood
BHASKAR IOSI-II, Ratnagiri, India
MICHAEL KREEKOS, Sioux City
'TERRY KULLBOM, Lewis
IAMES LOFGREN, Bloomfield
WARREN MARINACCIO, Iowa City
IOI-IN MCCLOSKEY. Dubuque
LARRY MCCRAY, Davenport
EDWARD IVICGREEVEY, Waucoma
ION MCWHINNEY, Cedar Rapids
STEVEN MELGAARD, Keokuk
DONALD MULLEN, Muscatine
DALE NIGHTINGALE, Iowa City
WAYNE PRALL, Moline, Ill.
MARION RATLIFF, Red Oak
ROBERT REINKE, Hartley
GEORGE RITSON IR., Clarinda
IAY ROSENBERGER, Altoona
DAVID SCHRODY, Cedar Rapids
ARNOLD SPERFSLAGE, Mt. Pleasant
IOHN STEGER, Dubuque
WALTER STIDWELL, Ieflerson
IURIS STRAUMAN IS, Solon
BRUCE STUMBAUGH, Monticello
HEYO TIARKS, Dubuque
ROBERT WAY, Galesburg, Ill.
DAVID WHITTEMORE, Delhi
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Two Delta Sigs try to improve their technique at handling
a drill by practicing at the house.
BOTTOM ROW: D. Cutz, I. Beurle, B. Clemons, H. Iohn-
son, T. Asarch, W. Marinaccio, R. Way, P. Baldwin, I.
McCloskey, S. Cooper, M. Erickson, D. Blevins, I. Rosen-
berger, M. Kreekos, Dr. P. W. Herrick. ROW 2: W. Stid-
well, S. Melgaard, R. Smith, D. Schrody, I. Wells, A. Hav-
ick, D. Bierie, P. Abrahamson, K. Willer, T. Sharples, C.
Fingert, D. Miller, N. Glass, I. Hansell, D. Whittemore,
High goals and professional attitudes de-
scribe the members of this dental fraternity.
Their purpose is to keep the high standards
of dentistry by inculcating in the minds of
dental students a spirit of fraternal cooper-
ation toward scientific, ethical, and profes-
The Delta Sigs presented weekly movies
to the patients at Veterans Administration
Hospital as a service project. They also
schedule table clinics where new dental
ideas were discussed.
Along with studying, time was also found
to sponsor a Christmas party, Homecoming
dance, post New Year's Eve party, and
Delta Sig president was Philip Baldwin.
T. Hess, C. Thie. ROW 3: D. Carver, M. Leuck, D.
Kiesau, R. Falb, R. Nightingale, K. Burrows, T. Waskow,
R. Miller, C. Iungmann, D. Nassen, I. Simon, R. Edwards.
B. Woollolk, T. McDermott, I. Watson, M. Nelson. ROW
4: N. Luebke, I. Mick, I. Ancell, I. Gunderson, I. Hansell.
R. Stoner, D. Howe, R. Stempel, C. Cormany, I. Anderson.
I. Coniglio, G. Ritson, I. Purdie, T. Gound, D. Good.
Sometimes it helps to get the opinion
of several friends before starting to
lecture or lab.
A corner of the living room floor to
spread out reference books is needed
sometimes, to make practical applica-
fir- V: Y
Whether entertaining their dates or study-
ing for a clinic, Psi O's Find it's more pleas-
ant in the fraternity's new house.
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Busy Psi O's 'Furnish their new house, build dental lab
Dentists often seem to be interested only
in their profession, but Psi O activities are
'To furnish the three-story addition to
their newly-acquired house at 220 River
St., members painted, laid floor tile and
built a dental lab. A color television set
for the lounge was assembled from a kit.
A presentation on stocks and investments
at a monthly meeting resulted in the for-
mation of an investment club for those in-
terested in learning more about the field.
The highlight of the Christmas party
was the senior skit, a parody of dental edu-
cation. Homecoming and spring parties
were other major social events. '
BOTTOM ROW: D. Trimble, D. Camp, A. Brown, I.
Straurnanis, W. Liudahl, R. Reinke, T. Almquist, W. Prall,
I. Workman, C. Wyse, R. Cannon, R. Vlack, R. Hollander,
Heyo Tjarks. I. Steger. ROW 2: I. Carton, D. Cothier.
H. Vander Hoek, G. Williams, E. House, B. Paetz, I. Cher-
veny, K. Carlson, I. Sperry, D. Grant, I. Dahm, L. Davis,
I. McWhinney, G. Yarrington. ROW 3: A. Woodhouse,
M. King, D. Spicer, C. Edwards, I. Cooper, M. Redenius,
Singing provides a welcome break from the books.
D, Randall, T. Clark, A. Ayers, E. McCrecvey, I. King, C-
Book, M. Thomas, H. Harris, R. Grappenclorf. ROW 4
B. Di Mambro, K. Hammel, D. Mullen, G. Tonn, H. B
Poepsel, C. Potter, R. Agnew, I. Leary, R. Cray D. Burks
D. Bruns, D. Toft, D. Ring, B. Stumbaugh, T. M, Fake
ROW 5: P. O'Brien, I. Long, E. Primmer, I. Haugen, T
Bjorge, D. Helgevold, R. Brush, G. Wilson, I. Murtaugh
P. Martin, D. Elvin.
BOTTOM ROW: L. Drees, G. Collins, D. Rowe, C. Dun-
gan, L. DeCamp, C. Bitker, L. Knudsen, D. Fitzsimmons,
L. Noren, N. Woolsey, C. Minnis, M. Nurnberg, M. L.
Smith. ROW 2: E. Wilkinson, C. Burns, I. Clark, K.
Berg, C. Henning. D. Litsey, K, Conway, N. Grace, S.
Williams, P. Lonning, S. Cozzens, P. Ward, D. Burr. ROW
A. Hastings M. Zieg, P. Vollmar, M. Corwin, L. Meiner,
A. Keeney, 1. Gastineau, I. Hotger, B. Holdorf, L. Mayberry,
A. Pekarek. ROW 4: N. Brunner, B. Iohnson, S. Batman,
. Chadwick, S. Schweitzer, G. Calza, M. Hayek, S. Harris,
M. Aagesen, C. Getz.
Junior American Dental Hygienisrs hear professionals
Every coed in dental hygiene is a member
of the Iunior American Dental Hygienists,
Association. Members met twice a month
Dental hygiene majors qualify
Alpha Kappa Gamma promotes profes-
sional excellence and fellowship among its
members. The national dental hygiene fra-
BOTTOM ROW: L. Noren, S. Wilken, D. Wilber, P.
Vollmar, N. Grace, M. Zieg, S. Cozzens, R. Dyas, V. Stup-
ka, N, Brunner, C. Minnis. ROW 2: A. Pekarek, S. Bat-
man, L. Mayberry, A. Harman, L. DeCarnp, I. Clark, N.
Woolsey, C. Bitker, D. Litsey, L. Knudsen, L. Drees, C.
Collins, V. Gehlbach. ROW 3: A. Hastings, C. Dungan,
to hear speakers talk on topics related to the
dental hygiene field and to enjoy special
events such as Decemberis chili supper.
for Alpha Kappa Gamma
ternity is open to all dental hygiene majors
in good standing with the department.
S. Harris, M. Hazelett, A. Keeney, I. Gastineau, V. Berg-
strom, C. Burns, S. Schweitzer, C. Calza, P. Ward, K. Berg.
ROW 4: D. Fitzsimmons, S. Williams, P. Lonning, D.
Rowe, K. Conway, M. McArthur, M. Hayek, M. Nurnberg,
D. Burr, L. Meiner, M. Corwin, S. Macke, M. L. Smith.
Dental hygienists get help from an
MARIORIE AAGESEN, Iowa City
SAUNDRA BATMAN, West Des Moines
KAREN BERG, Albert City
CHERYL BITKER, Clear Lake
PAMELA BRUNSTROM, Davenport
RUTH CARLSON, Madrid
ANN CHADWICK, Park Ridge, Ill.
KATHLEEN CONWAY, Muscatine
MARILYN CORWIN, Coralville
SARAH COZZENS, Zearing
CAROL DUNCAN, Omaha, Neh.
RUTH DYAS, Bellevue
DIANE FITZSIMMONS, Des Moines
NANCY GRACE, Des Moines
ANDREA HASTINGS, Pomona, Calif.
CONSTANCE HENNING, Galesburg, I
LINDA KNUDSEN, Dm Moines
DINAH LITSEY, Bellville, Ill.
CAROLE LONG, Newton
LOUISE NOREN, St. Charles, Ill.
DOROTHY ROWE, Harvey, Ill.
PATRICIA VOLLMAR, Glenview, Ill.
DIANA WILBER, Carson
SARAH WILKEN, Fort Madison
ELLEN WILKINSON, Allan Park, Mich.
MARY ZIEG, Lincoln, Neb.
ENTAL HYGIENE SENIORS
CURTIS ACHENBACI-I, Lisbon
SCOTT BAILEY, Iowa City
LARRY BARES, Cedar Rapids
IAMES BARRY, Lisbon
DON BEARDSHEAR, Iowa City
DAVID BERRY, Iowa City
KENNETH BOIAN, Marion
RICHARD BOYLE, Iowa City
WILLIAM BUDELIER, Wilton junction
DOUGLAS CLOW, Hopkinton
IOHN COTTER, Mundelein, Ill.
THOMAS CRANDALL, Fairfield
GEORGE DAVIDA, Los Angeles, Calif.
WILLIAM DEEGAN, Sulphur Springs
MICHAEL DENOMA, Rock Island, Ill.
MAX DIETRICH, Van Horne
OSITA DIGWO, Awkuzu, Nigeria
MICHAEL DRISKELL, Greenfield
KENNETH EARNEST, Morning Sun
IACK EKWALL, Ottumwa
PETER ELDRIDGE, Dubuque
MELVIN ELLIS, Bettendori
ALLAN FARBER, Dubuque
GUSTAVE FINK, Lansing
RICHARD FIX, Granger
VERNON FRANCIS, Salisbury, Rhodesia
MICHAEL FULLER, Cedar Rapids
PAUL GALBRAITI-I, Marengo
GEORGE GALIC, Iowa City
BURTON GEARHART, Newton
LARRY GEIST, West Des Moines
EVAN GERARD, Marengo
MICHAEL GILBERT, Keokuk
CORWIN GROTH, Davenport
STANLEY HANGARTNER, Waukon
MICHAEL HAYWARD, Des Moines
STANLEY HERTEL, Amana
IOHN HILL, Albuquerque, N. M.
LARRY HINTZE, Davenport
CHARLES I-IOFFNER, Olin
ROBERT HOARK IR., Cedar Rapids
ROBERT HUEWE, Remsen
GEORGE HUSTON, Dearborn, Mich.
PAUL IAGNOW, Coralville
DAVID IOHN, Iamaica
OSWALD IOHNSON, British Guiana
IOHN IOHNSTON, Brayton
PHILLIP IONES, Avery
BRUCE KAISER, Iowa City
RICHARD LANNERS, Dyersville
LARRY LIEDTKE, Hartley
RAY HACHACEK, Cedar Rapids
JAMES MAUER, Stacyville
PHILLIP MAYBERRY, Maquoketa
PAUL MAYER, Clarksville
GARY MCGILL, Big Bend, Wis.
RICHARD MQKINLEY, Newport Beach,
IOSEPH MCSWIGGIN, Wilton Iunction
IOI-IN Mc-LAN E, Clinton
RONALD MIERSEN, Strawberry Point
BENIAMIN MILANDER, Fort Madison
IIM MORGAN, Silvis, Ill.
PAUL MUNDT, Wellman
RICHARD NELSON, Iowa City
THOMAS NESTRUD, Memphis, Tenn.
DON NORMOYLE, Rock Island, Ill.
IOSEPI-I PAPP, Berwyn, Ill.
PHILIP PARSONS, Farmington, Mich.
GARY PHILLIPS, Delhi
GARY PINGEL, Fort Dodge
IOHN PLETCHER, Clarion
FELIZ RAMIREZ, East Moline, Ill.
STANFORD REEVES, Manchester
CHARLES RHODES, Kalona
CHARLES RICE, Mount Vernon
CARL ROBERTSON, Des Moines
DANIEL ROCNESS, Royal
LANNY ROTH, Burlington
ALBERT RUNAU, Iowa City
GERALD RUSSMAN, Minden
IAMES SAYLOR JR., Rock Island, lll.
IOHN SCHAFER II, Clinton
RICHARD SCHEUBER, Ioliet, Ill.
RONALD SCI-IMARIE, Muscatine
WILLIAM SCI-IMID, Rock Island, Ill.
ALLEN SCHNEIDER, Keystone
PETER SEABA, Sigourney
WILLIAM SEIFERT, Homestead
LAWRENCE SHEETS, Lsraton, Co
RONALD SPEEDY, Allison
JOHN SPEER, Hinsdale, Ill.
IAMES STROMLEY, St. Ansgar
DALE SUNDBERG, Linn Grove
VICTOR TATAK, Tipton
ERWIN TOERBER, Stanwood
RONALD UPHAM, West Union
HARLAN VANDERSCHAAF, Iow
ROBERT VANSANT, Cedar Falls
WARD WELCH, Keokuk
JGHN WESTFALL, Wapello
TOM WI-IITACRE, Bloomfield
I MELVIN WIDNER, Richland
ROBERT WILBANKS, Ottulnwa
ROBERT WUBBENA, Bristow
, WILLIAM WULF, DeWitt
' WILLIAM ZAGER, Washington
An electrical engineering student
seeks to determine if a circuit he
is building is acting correctly.
BOTTOM ROW: David Bright Gustave Fink, Charles TOP ROW: Erwin Toerber, Daniel Rogness. Steve Tier
Schoell, Dale Sundberg. nan, Dennis Schroeder,
Chi Epsilon honors selecf civil engineering s+ucleni's
Members of Chi Epsilon are junior and seeks to develop the characteristics of a suc-
senior civil engineering students who rank cessful civil engineer in each of its members
in the upper third of their class. The group
Mechanical engineering students
study realistic problems in one
of many laboratory sessions.
BOTTOM ROW: Dean Schaefer, Evan Gerard, Gary Phillips. TOP ROW: Benjamin Milander, Peter Seaba, William Seifert.
Eta Kappa Nu recognizes electrical engineering students
Etta Kappa Nu is an honorary organiza- trical engineering. This fall, members set
tion for students who show exceptional up displays for an open house at Home-
ability and deep interest in the field of elec- coming.
Pi Tau Sigma is honorary for mechanical engineering students
iield. Membership is based on outstanding
As an honorary society for mechanical
engineering students, Pi Tau Sigma offers
,members a deeper understanding of their
BOTTOM ROW: Charles Rice, Robert Van Sant, Richard McKinley. TOP ROW: Iames Lowber, Dennis Pauling, Kenneth Earnest.
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BOTTOM ROW: Iames Mauer, Robert Wubbcna, Ronald
Miersen, Michael Weldon, Stephen Wood, Pete Cullum.
TOP ROW: Richard Long, Robert I-Iuewe, William Decgan.
Daniel Rogness, Burton C-earhart, Donald Grell, Ierry
TRANSIT reaches circulation high of I,600 copies monthly
The Transit stall checks copy on the 'iSurvey Girl of the
All branches of engineering are featured
in Iowa Transit, a College of Engineering
student magazine. This year, the circula-
tion rose to 1,600 copies every month to
engineering students, subscribers and all
high schools in Iowa that requested them.
Transit was also sent to the Engineering
College Magazine Association to compete
with other similar publications for awards.
A staff of 15 students is divided into four
departments-advertising, editorial, busi-
ness and circulation. The magazine in-
cludes articles about technology and new
product developments, a "Survey Girl of
the Month" and engineering news.
Mike Weldon was general manager and
Ron Miersen was editor-in-chief.
BOTTOM ROW: Stanley Hertel, Ron Miersen, Gerald
Russmann, Burton Cearhart, Don Beardsbear, Charles Rice,
Evan Gerard, Gary Phillips, Robert Parizek. ROW 2: Pete
Cullum, Mike Fuller, Michael Weldon, Daniel Rogness,
Donald Grell, Iames Maeek, Mike Gilbert, Robert DeWitt,
Steve Tiernan, Scott Bailey. ROW 3: William Zager, Gary
Vonahsen, Greg Misbach, Dale Sundberg, Robert Wubbena,
Arthur DeWit, Gary Spina, Lawrence Sheets, Carl Robert-
son, Larry Kintzel. ROW 4: David Heltne, Robert Wil-
banks, Stephen Wood, Ierry Voigts, Dan Iones, Ioe Papp,
Benjamin Milander, Marvin Eimen, Robert Goodsman, Io-
Theta Tau stays busy with Homecoming monument, MECCA
Building the Homecoming monument
and sponsoring MECCA Week kept Theta
Tau's busy the entire year. Outstanding
students in the College of Engineering are
invited to membership in this national fra-
Tau Beta Pi honors outstanding engineering students at banquet
"Man has the ability to elevate his life
by conscious endeavorf' Members of Tau
Beta Pi use this ability to strive to become
BOTTOM ROW: Benjamin Milander, William Seifert,
Gary Phillips, William Zager, Dale Sundberg. TOP ROW:
outstanding undergraduates in engineering.
Top students were honored at the annual
Evan Gerard, Erwin Toerber, Gustave Fink, Dean Schaefer.
Associated Students of Engineering stage MECCA Week
Students from the various branches of
engineering united into one body this year
to construct the traditional Homecoming
monument and to sponsor MECCA Week.
The organization also planned engineering
social activities for the year.
MECCA Week was once again the high-
light of the year. Events ranged from hunt-
ing for the MECCA stone, entertainment at
the smoker and a beardgrowing contest.
The prank and queen committees were ac-
tive throughout the week. The climax came
at the IVIECCA ball when the queen and
St. Pat were crowned. A number of green
four-leaf clovers on sidewalks still remain
as symbols of the festivities.
Donald Beardshear led the engineers this
BOTTOM ROW: C. Robertson, L. McMullen, W. Zager,
R. Wilbanks, G. Russmann, S. Bailey, R, Wubbena, D.
Beardshear, B. Gearhart, S. Wood, M. Hayward, P. Gal-
braith, K. Berry, I. Papp, S. Hertel. ROW 2: R. Shippy,
C. Achenbacb, I. McSwiggin, G. Fink, R. Long, H. Holm,
D. Swallom. P. Parsons, L, Hintze, W, Seifert, R. Huewe,
D. Schroeder, C. Rice, D. Rogness. ROW 3: B. Milander,
Associated Students of Engineering built the l965 Home-
coming monument in the form of an inverted parabola.
I. Mauer, D. Witte, D. Leimer, R. Kramer, I-I. Nelson, W.
Deegan, G. Brooks, G. Spina, A. DeWit, D. Clow, F. Fach-
man, T. Crandall. W, Wulf. ROW 4: D. Sundbcrg, I.
Schafer, R. Goodsman, D. Crell, R. Miersen, L. Garber,
G. Galic, K. Earnest, L. Bares, L. White, I. Macek, M.
Weldon, I. Hill, W. Budelier, A. Farber.
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BOTTOM ROW: Robert Huewe, Carl Robertson, Peter
Eldridge, Robert Goodsman, William Deegan. ROW 2:
Lester Garber, Larry Hintze, Iamcs Macek, Gary Brooks,
Frank Fachman, Leonard White.
Gearhari' wins American Ins+i+u+e of Industrial Engineering award
Burton Gearhart, a member of the Amer-
ican Institute of Industrial Engineering
won an award for reading the best paper in
the regional meeting of the group in March.
The Iowa group also hears guest speakers
and makes field inspection trips.
American Institute of Chem. Engineering members win contest
Two members of the American Institute
of Chemical Engineering, Ioseph lVlcSWig-
gin, and Scott Bailey, Won first and third.
places, respectively at the group's regional
BOTTOM ROW: Robert Wilbanks, Allan Farber, Kent
Berry, Ioseph lVlcSwiggin, Scott Bailey. ROW 2: Curtis
Achenhach, George Calic, Iohn Schafer, Francis McAllister,
meeting. The group also provided pro-
grams for the professional seminar and
Worked on the Homecoming monument
and IVIECCA Week.
Harold Nelson, William Budelier. ROW 3: William
Zager, David Heltne, Robert Kramer, Ronald Shippy.
ANET ACKERMAN, Iowa Falls
. PAUL AI-ILERS, Des Moines
AMES AUSBERGER, Iefferson
'TEPHEN AVERY, Spencer
IAYMOND BAGLEY IR., Cedar Rapids
ILLIAM BAILEY, Rock Island, Ill.
ALTER BARBEE, Spirit Lake
ENNIS BEATTY. Shellsburg
EROME BEAVER, Dubuque
'. IAMES BENNETT, Newton
AYMOND BENTON, Iowa City
HOMAS BERGSTROM, Arlington Heights, Ill.
FREDERICK BLACKLEDGE, Waterloo
AMES BLOMMERS, Iowa City
LEE BOEKE, Hubbard
ICHAEL BRADLEY, Clarion
. DON BRITTIN IR., Des Moines
OHN BUMAN, Harlan
ARWIN BUNGER, Waverly
UGO BURDT, Davenport
BARBARA BURKETT, Biggerville, Ill,
DANIEL CAHILL, Iowa City
EARL CHICK, Madrid
HARVEY CLARK, Olin
IERRY CLEVELAND, Eldora
MICHAEL COLLOTON, Mason City
DAVID COPPINGER, Clare
JOHN COUGHENOUR, Pittsburg, Kan.
WILLIAM DEW, Des Moines
IOHN DOOLEY, Iowa City
DAVID ELDERKIN, Cedar Rapids
RONALD ELMQUIST, Des Moines
JERRY ESTES, Iowa City
ROGER FARLEIGH, Mt. Prospect, Ill.
RONALD FEILMEYER, Guthrie Center
THOMAS FINLEY, Mason City
PAUL FITZSIMMONS, Remsen
MAURICE FRATER, Sydney, Australia
NORMAN FREDERICKS, Iowa City
STEVEN GADD, Ft. Dodge
IULIAN GARRETT, Otley
ALLAN GOODE, Bloomfield
WILLIAM GRIFFIN, Muscatine
HARRY GRIGER, Des Moines
RICHARD HANSON, Ames
IOHN I-IARTSOCK, Wapello
ALAN HAVERCAMP, Davenport
CHARLES HEATH, Waterloo
DAVID I-IESTER, Cedar Rapids
JOHN HINTERMEISTER, Muscatine
STEVAN HOLM, Cedar Rapids
LOUISA HOLMBERG, Marshalltown
EDWIN HOOD, Des Moines
STEVEN HOTH, Lamont
JOHN HOUAR, Davenport
JOHN HOWARD, Iowa City
LARRY HOWARD, Iowa City
JAYE HOWE, Greenfield
DONALD I-IOY, Bussey
JOHN HUNT, Cedar Rapids
FRED JACOBBERGER, Emmetsburg
RICHARD JENSEN, Davenport
CHARLES JOHNSON, Madrid
CRAIG KALLEN, Birmingham, Mich.
ALLAN KANE, Cedar Rapids
JAMES KELLEY, Ames
LARRY KEMP, Menlo
KAEL KENNEDY, Evanston, Ill.
WILLIAM KING, Des Moines
JON KINNAMON, Iowa City
JAMES KIPLE, Ottumwa
MORRIS KNOPF, Kellogg
HERBERT KNUDTEN JR., Cedar Rapids
STEPHEN KOTOK, Fort Dodge
JOHN KRAHMER, Cedar Rapids
ROBERT KREAMER, Des Moines
GENE KREKEL, Burlington
GRAHAM LANT, Moline, Ill.
CHARLES LARSON, Princeton, Ill.
ROGER LAWTON, Fort Madison
JAMES LEVALLEY, Dayton
JACK LINGE, Douds
JOHN LOWTHER, Ames
ROY HARQUIS, Des Moines
MICHAEL MARTIN, Iowa City
NORMAN MQCLASKEY, Mason City
PATRICK MCCORMICK, Sioux City
JAMES MCPEAK, Kalona
IRVING MILLER, Des Moines
NEIL MURPHY, Chester
DAVID NEWELL, Prospects Heights, Ill.
OSCAR OVER, Council Bluffs
CHRIST PANOUSIS, East Moline, Ill.
JAMES PARDEN, Sioux City
EARL PAYSON, Rock Island, Ill.
DELAINE PETERSON, Red Oak
LLIAM PURDY, Freclriclcsburg
HARD RAMSEY, Osceola
Y REDDINGTON, Orient
ANK RETMAN, Iowa City
IRRY RICE, Ottumwa
CHARD ROSS, Fort Dodge
ANKLIN SAUER, Central City
RTON SCHWIEGER, Dows
RRY SEUFERER, Elkhart
BERT SIKMA, ocheyedan
MES SLAVENS Bettendorf
HN sLoAN, Aledo, 111.
HN SMITH, Keokuk
AVID SORENSON, Iowa City
HN SPRAGUE, Mason City
CTOR SPRENGELMEYER, East Dubuque, Ill.
ESTON STEENHOEK, Pella
ONTY STRATTON, Britt
LWIN TAN, Singapore
OYD TRACY, Shenandoah
HN WEAVER, Des Moines
HN WILLETT, Tama
LFRED WINICK, Des Moines
AROLD ZABIN, Sioux City
law student looks for a case
recedent to validate an argu-
ient in his brief,
:gn - .
BOTTOM ROW: David Johnson, Paul Fitzsimmons, Iohn
Houar, John Hintermeister, Bill Higgins, Victor Sprengel-
meyer, Jerrold Oliver, Bryan Schultz, David Hester, Donald
Hoy. ROW 2: William Gibbons, Oscar Over, Iames Upde-
gralf, Thomas Lyon, Don Oottschalk, Ierry Cleveland,
Michael Megan, Ronald Feilmeyer, Patrick McCormick,
Norman Friederichs. ROW 3: Noel Mumm, Iohn Clancy,
Ron Iannings, Danie Griffin, Theodore Stone, Warren
Shank, Iohn Ackerman, Iohn Willett, Bill Henderson.
ROW 4: Terry Fowler, Bernard Henely, Richard Bromley,
Richard Howes, Edward johnson, Brian Riemer, Robert
Delia Theta Phi plans acaclemic, a+hle+ic, social even+s
Delta Theta Phi, an organization with
local student senates at most of the law
schools throughout the country, is the larg-
est of three national law fraternities.
Dillon Senate sponsors a full program
of academic, athletic and social events.
Studying under the watchful eye of legal codes helps concentration.
Phi DeH'a Phi is Universi+y's largest law fra+erni+y
From study they receive knowledge, and
from contemplation, they become wise.
Thus, the members of this national law fra-
ternity spend many hours working toward
a career in professional law.
Phi Delta Phi is the largest legal frater-
nity at Iowa. Its members were honored by
receiving student research assistantships,
were on the staff of the Iowa Law Review,
and held membership in the Order of Coif.
Social relief from the rigors of the study
of law was welcomed. The Phids sponsor-
ed rush parties, a Homecoming dance, post-
semester parties and four stag parties de-
signed to lessen the pressures of school.
William R. Dew served as president.
BO'I'I'OM ROW: N. Murphy, M. Culloton, S. Hoth, I. Kallmer, D.
Brittin, l.. Seuferer, Avery, VV. Dew, M, Martin, R. Kreamer, F.
Iacohhcrger, F. Retman, I. Birkcland. M. Royce, K. Willis, C. Saun-
ders. ROW 2: R. llersbergcn, G. Clarke, M. Peterson, S. Petosa, T.
Stone, L. Goettseh, G. Graff, B. DcCuok, P. Tyler, B. Hlackstock, VV.
VVilley. R. Sikma, D. Young, T. Rice, I. Sprague, S. Holm, L. Boeke,
B. Schwieger, C. Panousis. ROW 'Sz M. Knopf, I. Smith, T. Garfield,
fl. lfaupert, I. Powers, H. Pitluek, T. VVl1i!e, I. Roberts, D. VVillis,
B. Hitchcock, R. Whiting, I. Remley. I. Shriver, I. Velcley, W. Snyder,
I. McCabe, fl. Zahin, VV. Barbee, I. Blommers. ROW 4: P. Steen-
The Phids and their dates swing out at the annual winter
hoek, I. Kiple, I. Swanson. ll. Cirigvr. I. Dooley, G. Krekel, D. Rubin.
I. Hass, D. Speeht, lf, Iulander, D, Gilclemeister, I. Iohnson, S. Mc-
Leod, A. Davey, A. Havvrcamp, C. Iohnson, I. Hamilton, F. Smith.
ROW 5: P. Furren, B. Shiinzinek, D. Meredith, I. Goodriclt, D. Hertz.
R. Berklancl, I. Innes. Padghain, I. Affelili, G. Iohnson, F. Mit-
vzilsky, K. Meyer, NV. Griffin, A. Goode, C. Dick, I. Ausherger, B.
Tracy. ROW li, S. Iohns, M. Prater, K, Kennedy. I. Kelley, R.
Frederick, I. Sloan, K. Meyer, B. B-wlilju, T. Smallwood. I. Martin.
C. Hagen, A. Parish, D. Bowman, R. Chapman, L. I. Marlin, VV.
Taylor, R. Price. ll, Lawton.
BOTTOM ROW: William Purdy, Iohn Hartsock, George
Warner, Iames Anderson, Thomas Langlas, William Smith.
ROW 2: Philip Boelter, David Gerber, Iames McGrath.
Lee Kirkham, Greg Roth, Paul Pfeffer, Robert Parks. ROW
3: Franklin Sauer, john Lewarne, Iohn Lowther, Delaine
Peterson, joseph Williams, Frederick Nelson, Gary Ander-
son. ROW 4: William Snyder, Kenneth Wright, David
Smedema, Ioseph Iohnston, Harold Anderson, David Bye.
Phi Alpha Del+a sfresses service to legal profession by members
"Service to the student, the law school
and the professionu describes the purpose
of Phi Alpha Delta. Members promote eth-
Iowa S+uden+ Bar Associa+ion s
Supreme Court Day and the Barristeris
Ball were sponsored by the nine-member
Iowa Student Bar Association Council,
BOTTOM ROW: Walter Barbee, Barbara Burkett, Wil-
liam Purdy, David Witte, Robert Price. TOP ROW: Iohn
ical, scholastic and professional achieve-
ments in law. lames Goats was president.
ponsors supreme court day
which coordinates law school functions and
encourages professionalism among law stu-
Buman, Donald Hoy, Thomas Langlas, David Iohnson.
ANDREW AARONS, Waterloo
TERI ABERNATHY, Hinsdale, Ill.
ARTHUR ADAMS, Iowa City
MARY ADAMS, East Moline, Ill.
DOROTHY ALDEN, Red Oak
BEVERLY ALLEN, Iowa City
IAMES ALLEN, Sterling, 111.
STEPHEN ALLEN, Onawa
IOLAYNE ALMQUIST, Mankato, Minn
IAMES ANDERLIK. Barrington, Ill.
ADRIENNE ANDERMAN, Glencoe, Ill.
ANNE ANDERSON, Cherokee
EDITH ANDERSON, Gowrie
GLEN ANDERSON, West Liberty
JAMES ANDERSON, Washington
IOSEPH ANDERSON, Des Moines
KEITH ANDERSON, Osage
PAUL ANDERSON IR., Mason City
SUZANNE ANDERSON, LaCrosse, Wis
WILLIAM ANDERSON, DeWitt
GREGORY ANKENEY, New Sharon
IAMES ANIXTER, Highland Park, 111.
ANN-MORRISON APEL, Dubuque
KARL ARMENS, Iowa City
MARY ARNOLD, Waterloo
RICHARD ASARCH, Des Moines
FORREST ASPENGREN, Des Moines
LYLE BABBERL, Osceola
LOUISE BADER, Iowa City
LAURENCE BAILEY, Peoria, Ill.
MILTON BAILEY, Ottumwa
LINDA BAKEHOUSE, Mason City
IOANN BALLOU, Monticello
DONNA BANTZ, Independence
PENELOPE BARELS, Carroll
REGINA BARNES, Cresco
WARD BARNES, Iowa City
LEEANNE BARNHART, Oxford
KAREN BARQUIST, Des Moines
GARLAND BARRON, Anderson, Ind.
BETTY BARTLEY, Des Moines
BARBARA BASKERVILLE, Iolley
SAUNDRA BATMAN, West Des Moines
TOM BAUER, West Chester
PAMELA BRUNSTROM, Davenport
KEITH BAUSERMAN, Iowa City
MARCIA BEACH, Iowa City
IOHN BECKER, Evanston, Ill.
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS
PATRICIA BECKFORD, Davenport
LOUANN BECKMAN, Hammond, Ind.
MICHAEL BEETNER, Burlington
STEPHEN BEISLER, Arlington Heights, Ill.
ELIZABETH BENDER, Keswick
MARCIA BENISCI-IEK, Monticello
CHARLES BENO, Council Bluffs
ROBERT BENSON, DeWitt
IUDITH BENTROTT, Lowden
DONALD BERG, Blairsburg
MARTHA BERGSTRESSER, Los Alamos, N
ION BERGSTROM, Spencer
ROBERT BERGSTROM, Cedar Falls
ROBERT BERGUSON, Blossburg, Pa.
RONALD BERRY, Moline, Ill.
DAVID BETHEL, Des Moines
IOSEPH BETTERLEY, Iowa City
JANE BICE, Fort Dodge
WENDY BIE, Ames
BRUCE BIGEL, Chicago, Ill,
MARLYNE BILYEU, Ioice
RICHARD BIRD, Clinton
STEVEN BIRENBAUM, University City, Mo.
SHERRY BIRK, Earlham
IOI-IN BIRKELAND, Rock Island, Ill.
ROBERT BISSER, Quincy, Ill.
SUE ELLEN BLACKMER, Iowa City
DELLA BLAIR, Lenox
LESLIE BLASSER, Reynolds, Ill.
WILLIAM BLESSING, Rock Island, Ill.
IAMES BLESSMAN, Clearfield
ANNE BLOCKSMA, Grand Rapids, Mich.
SUSAN BLOMGREN, Rockford, Ill.
WILLIAM BLOMKER, Humboldt
CHERYL BLOOMQUIST, Fort Dodge
KAY BLOSTEN, Hyland Park, Ill.
IAMES BOBER, Rapid City, S. D.
ALLAN BODE, Algona
KAREN BOGAARD, Orange City
RALPH BOHLIN, Coralville
IOSEPH BOHR, Bryant
JOHN BOLDES, Des Moines
CHERYL BOLONIK, River Forest, Ill.
CAROLE BOND, Ottumwa
MARY BOUSKA, Iackson Iunction
DONALD BOWEN, Burlington
DONNA BOWER, Lockridge
CAROLYN BOWERS, Iowa City
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS
IUDITH BOWSTEAD, Lowden
NANCY BOYD, Springfield, Ill.
NORLIN BOYD, Iowa City
CATHERINE BOYER, Lake Mills
DANNY BOYER, Hartley
DAVID BOYLE, Burlington
SUSAN BOYLE, Burlington
KAY BRANDT, Allison
ANN BRAUER, Peeatonica, Ill.
WILLIAM BRAUNE, WIVCSI Des Moines
MARILYN BRAWNER, Mt. Vernon
IOHN BREEDEN, Dearborn Heights, Mich.
EVELYN BREHM, Van Horne
ALAN BRIDGE, Storm Lake
BARBARA BRIGHT, Sioux Rapids
BILL BRIGGS, Westwood, N. I.
CAROLYN BRIGGS, Davenport
BARBARA BRO, Exira
MARK BROGHAMMER, Cedar Rapids
RICHARD BROMLEY, Charles City
LINDA BROUHARD, Harlan
BEVERLY BROWN, West Branch
CHARLES BROWN, Sac City
DEBORAH BROWN, Peoria, Ill.
DENNIS BROWN, Cedar Rapids
DOUGLAS BROWN, Wellman
IANET BROWN, Des Moines
NANCY BROWN, Chicago, Ill.
PATRICIA BROWN, Carlisle
ROBERT B. BROWN, Iowa City
ROBERT H, BROWN, Cedar Rapids
SARA BROWN, Sac City
TRACY BROWN, Manson
IOAN BROWNSTONE, Clear Lake
CAROL BRYANT, Rockford, Ill.
IANET BUCK, Carthage, Ill.
KEITH BUCK, Iowa City
PATRICK BUCKINGHAM, Des Moines
IAMES BUNGE, Cedar Rapids
LINDA BURESH, Mt. Vernon
WILLIAM BURFEIND, Arlington Heights, Ill.
BETTY BURKE, Orchard
MARYANNA BURKE, Toledo
ALFRED BURNS, Fayette
ROGER BURT, Estherville
VIRGINIA BURTON, Iowa CIR'
SHARON BYERS, Cedar Rapids
JULIE CADY, Geneseo, III. i
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS
THOMAS CAHILL, Fort Dodge
LINDA CAIN, Elwood
RONALD CALLAWAY, Davenport
IOHN CALVERT, Rockford, Ill.
IUDITH CAMDEN, Cleveland, Ohio
KARNESE CAMERON, Cedar Rapids
MARY ANN CAMERON, Oelwein
GEORGE CAMPBELL IR., Atlantic
SUSAN CAMPBELL, Ames
VINCENT CANO, Iowa City
JOYCE CARGILE, Burlington
PATRICIA CARLSON, Moline, Ill.
SUSAN CARLSON, West Des Moines
PATRICIA CARNEY, Iowa City
CAROL CARPENTER, Brooklyn
PAT CARRIER, Burlington
BRUCE CARRUTHERS, Orchard Park, N
DUANE CAVINS, Burlington
ION CECIL, Cedar Rapids
CHERYL CHADIM, Hiawatha
IAMES CHAFFEE, Clinton
CATHIE CHANDLER, Des Moines
PETER CHARNON, Racine, Wis.
DANSBY CHEEKS, Decatur, Ill.
IERALD CHILES, Greenfield
IOHN CHRISTENSEN, Rock Island, Ill.
LAURA CHRISTIANSEN, Bronxville, N
SUSAN CHUDWICK, Iowa City
BRADLEY CHURCH, Spencer
GLEN CLARK, Cedar Rapids
IANE CLARK, Omaha, Neb.
RICHARD CLAUSSEN, Grand Mound
DAWN CLOWES, Renwick
IOHN CLOYED, Burlington
IAMES CMEIREK, Marion, Ind.
WILLIAM COLBERT, Cedar Rapids
MARY GOLDIRON, Cedar Rapids
FRANCES COLENSO, LaGrange, Ill.
ELAINE COLGAN, Chariton
STEVEN COMBS, Lake City
RONALD CONDRY, Anamosa
ROBERT CONKLIN, Northhampton, Mas
IOAN COOK, Corning
VALISSA COOK, Cedar Rapids
VICKI COOK, Clinton
JAMES COONEY, Des Moines
TIMOTHY COONEY, Cedar Rapids
ROGER COOPER, Mankato, Minn.
MAUREEN CORCORAN, Iowa City
SANDRA CORDERMAN, Armstrong
IOHN CORELIS, Moline, 111.
GAIL CORLETT, Farmersburg
BECKY CORNWALL, Iowa City
FRANCIS CORNWELL, Clinton
DIANE CORSON, Rockford, Ill.
KAREN COTTRELL, Wilmette, Ill.
RICHARD COUGHNOUR, Monticello
IOAN COUNTRYMAN, Nevada
WILLIAM COUSINS, West Liberty
LINDA ANN COX, Iowa City
REBECCA COX, Iowa City
SARAH ANN COZZENS, Zearing
IANICE CREGER, Blue Grass
BARBARA CRIBBS, Marshalltown
KENNETH CRICHLOW, St. Albans, N.
LYNDON CRIST, Clear Lake
NATI-IANIEL CROW, Iowa City
M. G. CULROSS, Rochester, N. Y.
RICHARD CUMMINS, Rock Island, Ill.
ELAINE CURTIS, Anamosa
SUSAN CURTIS, Peoria, Ill.
PAUL DAGLE, I-Iawarden
RICHARD DAILEY, Viola
REBECCA DALLUGE, Grafton
MICHAEL DAVENPORT, Storm Lake
RICHARD DAVIS, Fort Dodge
LINDA DAY, Muscatine
SUZANNE DAY, Nevada
PAMELA DEACON, Oradell, N. I.
IOSEPH DeANTONA, Scranton, Pa.
JAMES DEBO, Ottumwa
EDMUND DeCHASCA, Iowa City
WILLIAM DECKER, Lowden
RICHARD DeCOSTER, Canton, Mo.
LU DEDIC, Tama
DONNA DeGROOTE, Iowa City
LINDA DeKOSTER, Fort Dodge
DAVID DEMARIA, Camillus, N. Y.
CATHERINE DeMUTH, Elmhurst, Ill.
SUSAN DENHAM, Coralville
CHARLES DENHOLM, Keokuk
JAMES DBREUS, Davenport
BEVERLY DEUEL, Lake City
LISA DeVOE, Cedar Rapids.
NANCY DeWOLF, Rolfe
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS
SHIRLEE DICKER, Iowa City
MARY DICKEY, Iefferson
KATHLEEN DIDDY, Meservey
IOHN DIDRIKSEN, Sioux City
IUDITH DIMMITT, Des Moines
KAREN DIRLAM, Des Moines
MARGO DIXON, Ft. Wayne, Ind.
SANDRA DIXON, Iowa City
IANICE DOCKENDORFF, Danville
KELLY DONHAM, Iowa City
W. GLENN COOLEY, Iowa City
DEAN DORT, Davenport
SUZANNE DOWNS, Chicago, Ill.
MICHAEL DRAIN, Burlington
IO DRECHSLER IR., Iowa City
CRAIG DRIVER, Waterloo
ALAN DRUIVENGA, Arcadia
CAROLE DUGGLEBY, Davenport
CAROL DUNCAN, Omaha, Neb.
DIANE DUNN, Davenport
ANNE DUTCHER, Cedar Falls
ANNE DUTTON, Peoria, Ill.
WILBER EARL IR., Omaha, Neb.
FRED EASKER IR., Cedar Rapids
IUDITH EASTBURN, Burlington
MARY EATON, Troy, N.Y.
DWIGHT ECKEL, Shelby
MARY ECKSTEIN, Stratford
KEDRIC EDLUND, Morrison, 111.
LARRY EDWARDS, Marengo
DONALD EELLS, Vinton
SHIRLEY EHRHARDT, Park Ridge, Ill
THOMAS EICHHORN, Galesburg, Ill
LINDA ELFERS, Charles City
IONNIFER ELLSWORTH, Iowa City
PENELOPE ELLSWORTH, LaGrange,
IUDITH ELPERT, Decorah
PAMELA EMERSON, Decorah
STEPHEN ENOCKSON, Fort Dodge
LARRY ENYART, Waukon
ALLEN ERICKSON, Clear Lake
ELLEN ERICKSON, Kanawha
PAMELA ERICKSON, Chicago
IOAN EVANS, Ottawa, Ill.
IOYCE EVANS, Ogden Dunes, Ind.
MICHAEL EVANS, Hampton
RON EVANS, Carson
SUE EVERROAD, Marion, Incl.
RNETTE EWAID, Swisher
ONALD FARLEY, Dubuque
'ERALD FARMER, Oskaloosa
IELEN FARRELL, Clerendon Hills,
'ATHLEEN FARRELL, Sioux City
I-IN FAWCETT, West Branch
EAN FEE, Denison
. L. FEHSEKE IR., Ft. Madison
LAINE FEINTECH, Des Moines
USAN FELDMAN, Illinois City, Ill.
OBERT FENCHEL, Strawberry Point
RUCE FERGUSON, Ottumwa
ARGARET FERGUSON, Grand Rapids, Mich.
ARGARET FEUER, Winnetka, Ill.
IANE FINLEY, Indianapolis, Ind.
ILLIAM FIRESTONE, Skokie, Ill.
UE FISI-IBECK, Mason City
AVID FISH, Cedar Rapids
ERRY FISHER, Thompson
NNE FITZPATRICK, Marblehead, Mass.
IANE FITZSIMMONS, Des Moines
'ATHRYN FLACHMAN, Burlington
AMES FLAI-IIVE, Albia
I-IERRY FLORER, Des Moines
ANNA FOLSOM, Onawa
ARGARET FONES, Des Moines
ETTY FOX, Des Moines
-MILOU FRANK, Ft. Madison
TEPHEN FRANKLIN, Iowa City
IRGINIA FREEMAN, Glenview, Ill.
ANCY FRENCH, Osage
AMELA FRENCH, LaGrange Park, Ill.
OHN FRIAR, Homewood, Ill.
HERYL FRIMML, Iowa City
EAN FURNISH, Iowa City
OBERT GALLAGHER, Cedar Rapids
.INDA GANNETT, Davenport
RETCHEN GARLOCK, Waterloo
DWARD GARMAN, Burt
ERIDETH GARTNER, Dubuque
CAROL GAUDINEER, Iowa City
.SARA GEIGER, Davenport
IEANNINE GENSINI, Galesburg, Ill.
LINDA GERARD, Waterloo
KARLA GIBSON, Coralville.
IOYCE GIDEL, Knoxville
JAMES GILES, Fort Dodge
RICHARD GILES, West Des Moines
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS
SUSAN GILES, Fort Dodge
GLENISH GILLESPIE, Chicago, Ill.
RONALD GILSON, Marshalltown
BEVERLY GINGERICH, Storm Lake
IOHN GNATOVICH, Silvis, Ill.
IOHN GOETTSCH, Clinton
IOHN GODDARD, Emmetsburg
BARBARA GOLDEN, Spencer
IOSEPH GOLDEN, Clinton
BRIAN GOLDSTEIN, Rock Island, Ill.
HELEN GOODELL, Peoria, Ill.
CHARLES GOODER, Fayette
GERTRUDE GORDON, Lake City
ELLIENE GOUGHNOUR, Cedar Rapids
NANCY GRACE, Des Moines
SUZANNE GRACE, Mattoon, Ill.
GARY GRAFF, Milford
SUSAN GRANDINETTI, Oelwein
ROSALIE GREENLEY, Waterloo
MARY GREENWALD, Maywood, Ill.
NICHOLAS GREINER, Keota
DANIEL GRIFFIN, Des Moines
RONALD GRIFFITH, Woodland Hills, C
LOUISE GRIMM, N. MusKegon, Mich.
KAY GROVE, Marion
KURT GUN DACKER, New Hampton
NANCY GUNTHER, Mason City
MARY HAASE, Chariton
TERRY HABEGER, Elgin
SHARON HAGEY, Marcus
LYNN I-IAGGLUND, Ottumwa
CAROL HAGMAN, Homewood, Ill.
MARSHA HALE, Iowa City
NANCY HALFVVASSEN, Meservey
HAROLD HALL, Lone Tree
IAMES HALL, Cedar Rapids
KATHARINE HALL, Ioliet, Ill.
NANCY HALL, Waterloo
THELMA HALVORSEN, Webster City
KENT HAMDORF, Clinton
IOHN HAMM, Sac City
LINDA HAMPTON, Bettendori
CAROLE HANSEN, Humboldt
DON I-IANSON, Fort Dodge
RANDY HARMES, Algona
IOHN HARNAGEL, Des Moines
VICTORIA HARNER, Iowa City
REBECCA HARRIS, Bloomlfield
ENT HARSTAD, Marion
ICI-IAEL HARTER, Des Moines
ICHELLE, HARVEY, Sioux City
JDITH HARWOOD, West Hempstead,
NDREA HASTINGS, Pomona, Calif.
TEVEN HAUSER, Union
ARBARA HAVICK, Des Moines
NE HAWLEY, West Liberty
LIZABETH HAWLEY, West Liberty
ZANNE HEDDESHEIMER Arlington
OGAN HEILMAN, Washington
ARBARA HEIMAN, Des Moines
ANNE HELFRICH, Cedar Rapids
NA HENDERSON, Olin
ONALD HENZE, State Center
RANCINE HERBRANDT, Brooklyn
AVID HERIFORD, Cedar Rapids
OHN HERMANN, Alexandria, Va.
ARY HERTEL, Burlington
USAN I-IERZBERGER, Van Horne
ERRY HETH, Sumner
'ANDRA HEUER, Rock Valley
ILLIAM HICKS, Knoxville
AROL HIGGINBOTHAM, Moline, Ill.
ARBARA HIGGINS, Riverside
ERRY I-IIGHTSHOE, Kellerton
ICKI HILDEBRAND, Montezuma
LICE HILL, Iowa City
AROL HILLIER, Cedar Rapids
AN ICE HILSMAN, Marengo
USAN HINE, Urbana, Ill.
LIZABETI-I HINSHAW, Des Moines
AROL HINSON, Waterloo
YNNE HIPPLER, Davenport
.HRISTIAN HIRSCH IR., LeMars
UDY HITCHCOCK, Sterling, Ill.
'LEE HITCHCOCK, Cedar Rapids
KENNETH HIXSON, What Cheer
KARMEN HOBBS, Glidden
RANDY HOFF, Davenport
THOMAS HOFFMAN, LeMars
NANCY HOGAN, Kirkwood, Mo.
CAROLINE HOLLEY, Des Moines
FRANCIS HOLT, Denver, Colo,
lMICHAEL I-IOLTMAN, Burlington
RICHARD HOLTZ, Wyoming
MARY HOOD, Cedar Rapids
PAT HOPSON, Nevada
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS
ELIZABETH HORN, Red Oak
KAREN HORR, Ft. Madison
REED HOSKINSON, Clinton
ALLEN HOSTETLER, Ft. Wayne, Ind.
IOHN HOUSE, Onawa
QUIN HOWARD, Wilrnette, Ill.
RONALD HOWELL, Winterset
SUSAN HOWERTER, Des Moines
RICHARD HOWES, Iowa City
WILLIAM HOYT, Ashokan, N. Y.
BARBARA HUBBARD, Iowa City
NEVA HUBBARTT, Bloomfield
REBECCA HUBBELL, Mallard
SHERRAN HUEBNER, Creston
IUDITH HUGHES, Elkader
KATHERINE HUGHES, Lennox
MARGARET HUGHES, Searsboro
FRANKLIN HULL, Newton
LAWRENCE HUND, Galesburg, Ill.
MARY HUNKINS, Columbus Iunction
WILLIAM HUNKINS, Columbus Iunction
DAVID HUNT, Vermillion, S. D.
MARCIA HUNTER, Mondamin
IUDITH HUPFELD, Vinton
MARSHA HURST, Jefferson
ALICE HURLIMAN, Burlington
MARTHA INGERSON, Bridgeport, Conn.
PATRICK IRELAN, Bloomfield
MADELYN IRVINE, Iowa City
THOMAS IRWIN IR., Iowa City
NANCY IVERSEN, Maquoketa
IOAN IACOB, Cherokee
STUART IACOBSON, Des Moines
IUDITH IENNINGS, Newton
IAMES IENSEN, Waterloo
KAREN JENSEN, Rochester, N.Y.
LOUISE JERREL, Des Moines
KENNETH IESSEN, Renenelorf
IUDITH IEWELL, Cedar Falls
IULIANNE IEWELL, Waverly
JANE IINKINSON, Sheldon
KRISTIN JOHNSON, Montezuma
LARRY JOHNSON, Selena, Ill.
ROGER IOHNSON, Burlington
SHARRY JOHNSON, Iowa City
SHIRLEY JOHNSON, West Burlington
SUSAN IOI-INSON, Winterset
J WILLIAM IOI-INSON, Iowa Falls
IAN E IOHNSTON, Davenport
IAMES IONDLE, Lone Tree
ANN STEPHENS IONES, Davenport
ANNA JONES, Iowa City
DAVID IONES, Center Point
LAWRENCE IONES, Anthon
LINDA IONES, Centerville
SUSAN JORDAN, Durango, Colo.
KATHY IOYCE, Keokuk
PAUL IUHL, Duncombe
WILLIAM IUNGINGER, Clinton
MARVIN IUNGLING, Parkersburg
LARRY IUNGMAN, Adel
FRANK KAISER, Des Moines
KARL KAISER, Marshalltown
MARRILL KALKWARF, Belmond
KATHRYN KALTENBORN, Council Bluffs
IOEL KAMP, Ft. Madison
SUSAN KANE, Zwingle
THOMAS KANE, Stanwood
WILLIAM KANTER, Highland Park, Ill.
KENT KAUFFMAN, Des Moines
NYLE KAUFFMAN, Iowa City
IOHN KASARDA, Iowa City
MARY KEEFE, Decorah
EILEEN KELLY, Washington D.C.
ETHEL KELLEY, Kalona
IOHN KELLEY, LelVIars
PAUL KENDALL, Bettendorf
KATHLEEN KENNELLY, Cresco
MICHAEL KENNETT, Grundy Center
GLORIA KERSBERGEN, Des Moines
MARY KERSTEN, Detroit, Mich.
LINDA KESSELRING, Silver Spring, Md
ALAN KESSLER, Cedar Rapids
LYLE KEWSON, Iowa City
GENE KIEKHAEFER, Atkins
BRUCE KIENAPFEL, Carroll
NYLE KILLINGER, Henderson
IUDITH KINNAMON, Iowa City
PATRICK KIRBY, Strawberry Point
SUE KIRKLAND, Ottumwa
ANN KIRKPATRICK, Iowa City
ROBERT KITSIS, Mason City
MARIILYN KLING, Iowa City
TOM KLING, Newton
LINDA KLOUDA, Cedar Rapids
JOAN KNECHT, Evanston, Ill.
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS
' MICHAEL KNEZEVICI-I, Iacksonville, Ill
WENDY KNOWLES, Pella
CHARLOTTE KOCHEL, Winterset
MICHAEL KOCHEL, Council Bluffs
FRANK KOEPKE, Carroll
BARBARA KOHL, Tipton
DAVID KOLOVAT, Cedar Rapids
CONSTANCE KOPLEN, Mason City
MARCIA KOSCH, Beatrice, Neb.
KAREN KOSER, North Liberty
SAUNDRA KOUREY, Fort Dodge
KATHRYN KOUTNY, Cedar Rapids
ELIZABETH KRAAKEVIK, Decatur, Ill.
IOHN KREIMAR, Fort Dodge
FRANCES KREITER, Davenport
DONALD KREKEL, Burlington
WILLIAM KRILL, Gary Ind.
GEORGIANA KROEMER, Lowden
NANCY KRUSE, George
DON KUECHMANN, Burlington
HAROLD KUHN, Independence
SUE LACKEY, Downers Grove, Ill.
DONALD LACOCK, Coralville
CYNTHIA LAFLIN, Red Oak
ARNOLD LAIDIG IR., Estherville
JANET LAMBORN, Maquoketa
LINDA LAMSON, Park Ridge, Ill.
ALLEN LANG, Iowa City
RONALD LANGE, Muscatine
IEAN LANGESEN, Emmons, Minn.
DAVID LARSON, Gowrie
PATRICIA LARSON, Iowa City
THOMAS LASS, Clinton
IACQUELYN LAUER, Ioliet, Ill.
LINDA LAUGHNAN, Rockford, Ill.
LINDA LAURICH, Ottumwa
GWEN LaVELL, Cedar Rajids
THOMAS LAW, Berwyn, Ill.
GARY LAWRENCE, Milo
SUSAN LAWRENCE, Galesburg, Ill.
RICHARD LEAVITT, Washington
BETTY LEBEDA, Cedar Rapids
CAROL LEE, Davenport
BARBARA LEEPER, Washington
DAVID LEONARD, Osage
KAY LESAR, New Hampton
IIM LESENEY, Des Moines
IUDITH LEVIN, Sioux City
DNNA LEVITON, Waterloo
Y LEWIS, Sioux City
CY LEWIS, Dubuque
ARY LIGHT, Waterloo
'EVEN LILLY, Des Moines
SE LINDSAY, Muscatine
E LINDSEY, Iefferson
IL LIN INCER, Iowa City
ARTHA LIPTON, Villa Park, Ill.
ARA LITTLE, West Branch
NDRA LITTLE, Davenport
ARRY LIVENTALS, Des Moines
.FF LOCKHART, Waterloo
ANN LOCKHART, Keokuk
AN LOCKWOOD, Cedar Rapids
SLEY LOGUE, Villa Park, Ill.
HN LOI-IFF, Des Moines
AN LONGENBACH, Wescoville, Pa.
LVINA LONCSTRETH, Iowa City
ERTINE LOOP, Monticello
RYSTAN LORDAHL, Wilmette, Ill.
MES LOWBER, Morrison, Ill,
ARY LOZIER, Des Moines
ICI-IARD LOZIER, Des Moines
NE LUND, Laurens
ARK LUNDE, Ames
ICI-IAEL LUSTGARTEN, Merrick, N. Y.
ATRICIA LUSTGARTEN, East Rockaway, N.Y.
ANET LYNCH, LaGrange, Ill.
AMES LYNN, Boone
ERRENCE MACEK, Cedar Rapids
ONALD MAGNUSON, Stanhope
ENNIS MAHER, Sioux City
IOI-IN MAHER, Carroll
KATHLEEN MAHONEY, Webster City
ANNE MAIERUS, Dubuque
PARBARA MANN, Cedar Rapids
MARK MARCUS, Davenport
MARY MARESH, Cedar Rapids
RICHARD MARIS, Des Moines
NORMAN MARRAH, Burlington
ALAN MARSH, Iowa City
DAVID MASON, Lime Springs
LINDA MAST, Waterloo
IOHN MATI-IESON, Des Moines
IOI-IN MATSON, Glencoe, Ill.
NANCY IVIATTHIAS, Newton
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS
IUDITH MAULE, Turen
ALAN MAURER, South Windham, Conn
IOHN MAYER, Brighton
TERRILL MAYNARD, Iowa City
, RONALD MAYNER, Des Moines
PETER MAXWELL, Los Angeles, Calif.
MARILEE MCALLISTER, Burlington
CAROLYN MCCABE, Ft. Madison
MARY MCCLUSKEY, Peoria, Ill.
KAREN MCCONKEY, Chicago, Ill.
MARGARET MCCONNELL, Mediapolis
MICHAEL MCCULLOCI-I, Des Moines
DENNIS MCMAI-IAN, Springville
DIANE MCMAI-ION, Davenport
RONALD MCMILLIN, Ruthven
IAMES MQNAMARA, Rowley
PATRICIA MCNEIL, Wapello
MURIEL MEAD, Ft. Madison
MARY MEADOWS, Ottumwa
CAROL MEEK, Cedar Rapids
PATRICIA MEIER, Sunbury
STEVEN MELBY, Mt. Pleasant
THOMAS MERRIFIELD, Des Moines
MICHAEL METZ, Tremonton, Utah
IUNE MYERSON, New York, N. Y.
TED MICKELSON, Sturgeon Bay, Wise.
MARY MILES, Riverside
IAMES MILLEN, Farmington
ARTHUR MILLER, Wever
GARY MILLER, Newton
GLORIA MILLER, Randolph
IAMES MILLER, Waterloo
LINDA MILLER, Ottumwa
MADONNA MILLER, DeWitt
PATRICIA MILLER, Iowa City
MARY MISBACH, Algona
IACQUELYN MOELLER, Bettendorf
SALLY MOENNIG, Iowa City
ERWIN MOHR, Clinton
ANTOINETTE MONROE, Mason City
THOMAS MONROE, Charles City
ANN MONTGOMERY Vermillion, S. D.
ALAN MOOD, Rockford, Ill.
IAMES MOORE, Washington, D. C.
ME'I'I'A MOORE, Iowa City
NANCY MOOT, Park Ridge, Ill.
DAVID MOREHOUSE, Charles City
DARREL MORE, Fredricksburg
IAMES MORGAN, Tama
MARY MORHAUSER, Prairie City
ERIC MORRIS, Rome, N.Y.
SANDRA MORRIS, Chicago, Ill.
NANCY MORROW, Cedar Rapids
IAMES MOSES, Gladstone, Mich.
ANN MOSHER, Davenport
DAVID MOSS, Iowa City
ELAINE MOSSMAN, Iowa City
KAREN MUEHLBAUER, Burlington
CHERRYL MUGGE, Marshalltown
ROBERT MUHLENBRUCH, Hampton
IAMES MULAC, Davenport
LAWRENCE MULMED, Fort Dodge
RICHARD MUNDY, Manchester
SUE MUNSON, Parkersburg
CAROLYN MURPHY, Des Moines
DALLAS MURPHY, Davenport
DANIEL MURPHY, Alton
GEORGE MURPHY, Hills
LE ANNA MURPHY, Des Moines
FRANK MUSSELL, Des Moines
IOAN MUYSKENS, Pella
LARRY MYA'I'l', Maquoketa
RONALD MYERS, Adel
STEPHEN MYERS, Des Moines
ARNOLD MYHRA, Colfax
ANNE NAIBERT, Cedar Rapids
ROBERT NAKASHIMA, Dubuque
CHERYL NAYLOR, Marshalltown
MARY NEBEL, Burlington
TORREY NEILL, Iowa City
CAROL NELSON. Rockford
LINDA NELSON, Iowa City
DARRELL N ETHERTON , Iamaica
RICHARD NETOLICKY, Ely
LYNN N EUHART, Washington
NORMAN NEWHOUSE, Des Moines
IONATHAN NIBBELINK, Pella
MARGARET NICHOLS, st. Charles, 111.
IERALD NICOL, Oelwein
PAULA NOFFTZ, 101181, 111.
SUSAN NOONAN, Sioux City
IOHN NORTHCUTT, Billings, Mum.
THOMAS NowL1N, Dubuque
DAVID O'BLENESS, Keokuk
RICHARD O'CONNOR, Des Moana
MARSHA ODENDAHL, Moline, 111.
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS
ROBERT OEST, Ames
PATRICK O'LEARY, Sibley
WILLIAM OLSEN, Davenport
MARILYN OLSON, Sioux City
SUSAN OLSON, Des Moines
IANE OMANN, Iowa City
DENISE O'NEILL, Davenport
IAMES ORCUTT, Des Moines
FRANCES OREND, Cedar Rapids
IOI-IN ORLUSKE, Nora Springs
SALLY OSBORNE, Charlottetown, Canada
STEPHEN OSBURN, Iowa City
REGINA OSTRANDER, Iowa City
PATRICIA O'TOOLE, Davenport
IAMES OTT, Princeton, Ill.
BARBARA OVERLAND, Independence
LISBET OVERSTEDT, Iowa City
KATHRYN OWENS, Cedar Rapids
SUSAN OWENS, Terre Haute, Ind.
BRIGETTE PAASCH, Des Plaines, Ill.
MARK PADNOS, Levittown, N. Y.
WILLIAM PARISI, Chicago Heights, Ill.
LESLIE PARKER, Tenafly, N. I.
TOM PARSONS, Iowa City
PAMELA PARRIS, Sioux City
SAMUEL PATON, Laurens
EUGENE PAULEY, Iowa City
ANNETTE PAYNE, Adel
THOMAS PAYNE IR., Exira
ANNE PEACOCK, Des Moines
ELLIOTT PEARL, Skokie, Ill.
IANET PEASE, Moline, Ill.
ANNA MAE PECK, Springville
IUDITH PEDERSON, Sioux City
HARLAN PELZ, Charles City
IAN E PENNY, Iowa City
REBECCA PEREBOOM, Hawarden
IOHN PERKINS, Des Moines
DEAN PETERS, Muscatine
WILLIAM PETERS IR., Fort Dodge
IAY PETERSEN, Clinton
MICHAEL I. PETERSEN, Harlan
MIKE A PETERSEN, Rock Island, Ill.
RUTH PETERSEN, Watertown, S. D.
IRVING PETERSON, Charles City
IOANNE PETERSON, Hartley
LARRY PETERSON, Northboro
PENELOPE PETERSON, Mason City
ROBERT PETERSON, Council Bluffs
SYLVIA PETERSON, Des Moines
WILLIAM PETTEY, Des Moines
DAMIAN PIEPER, Donnellson
WILLIAM PIERROT, Wever
SUSAN PIERSON, Chicago, Ill.
IOI-IN PILLING, Storm Lake
CAROL POESCH, Waukon
ROBERT POLLOCK IR., St. Louis, Mo.
IUDITH POPE, Waterloo
NANCY POWELL, Des Moines
IACKIE PRINGLE, Garner
PENELOPE PRITCHARD, Des Moines
GERTRUDE PRQFFITT, Muscatine
RICHARD PUNDT, Homestead
MARY QUINN, Ciimen
oT'ro RAITORA, Cedar Rapids
ALVIN RANDOLPH, East si. Louis, 111.
DONNA RANDOLPH, Cedar Rapids
ANDREA RASKIN, Omaha, Neb.
PATRICIA RAYHACK, Little Falls, N. I.
PATRICIA READING, Cedar Rapids
SARAH READING, IeIferson
RICHARD REAY, Des Moines
LINDA REED, Council Bluffs
IAMES REESE, Ottumwa
KARL REICHERT, Muscatine
STEVEN REINKING, Lowden
RICHARD REMER, Des Moines
IANET RENAUD, Grinnell
VIRGINIA RENAUD, Grinnell
LAVERNE RENS, Hull
FRANK RENSHAW, Mason City
GRAHAM REULING, Iowa City
IEAN RHODES, Mason City
ROBERT RHODES, LeGrand
MARY RICHARDS, Winnepeg, Canada
CECELIA RIEDEL, Pompton Lakes, N. I.
TOM RIEKE, Iowa City
ION RIETVELD, Iowa City
TONY RIKER, Boone
KAREN RING, Dubuque
LUCINDA RITENOUR, Cedar Rapids
IAMES ROBERTS, Davenport
IOSEPI-I ROBERTS, Ft. Madison
DONNA ROGERS, Elgin, Ill.
RUTH ROGERS, Iowa City
CATHERINE ROGNESS, Oelwein
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS
SUSAN SCOTT, Iowa City
SHERRYL SEE, Iowa City
PAUL SEELAU, Buiialo, N. Y.
LINDA SEELY, Lafayette, Calif.
KATI-IRYN SENTMAN, Iowa City
TRUDY SEVATSON, Spirit Lake
MARY SEVERSON, Davenport
ANDERS SHAFER, St. Paul, Minn.
SUSAN SHANK, Iowa City
CAROLE SI-IARPLES, Clinton
PATRICIA SHAW, South English
ROBERT SHAY, Cedar Rapids
VIOLA SHEETS, Iowa City
MARY SHEHADEH, West Lafayette,
THOMAS SHERIDAN, Bettendorf
ROBERT SHERIFF, Chicago, Ill.
DAVID SHEROD, Birmingham
PHYLLIS SHERRE, Chicago, Ill.
GEORGE SHIDLER, AVOCZ-1
LYNDA SHIMON, Iowa City
VICKY SHISLER, Davenport
RICHARD SHORS, Pocahontas
FRAN SHRAUGER, LeMars
MICHAEL SHUEY, Des Moines
LLOYD SIDWELL, Cedar Rapids
GUS SIEGRIST, Huntington, N. Y.
IUDITI-I SIEMERS, Ames
LYNETTE SIEMS, Burlington
IEVA SIFERS, Des Moines
SAMUEL SIMMERS, Monroe
TERRY SIMON, Waterloo
SUSAN SIMONE, Grinnell
DOUG SINN, Kewanee, Ill.
KATHRYN SISK, Boone
EDWIN SKORUPA, Ioliet, Ill.
RONALD SLECHTA, Denison
IAMES SLOCK, Moline, Ill.
BETTE SMITH, Cedar Rapids
CAROL SMITH, Quincy, 111.
CAROLYN SMITH, Sioux Falls, S. D.
GARY SMITH, Farley
IOHN SMITH, Council Bluffs
MARY SMITH, Quimby
SANDRA SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa.
STAN SMITH, Ft. Collins, Colo.
STEPHEN SMITH, Waterloo
IERRY SMITHER, Iowa City
RON SMRHA, Cedar Rapids
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS
ELIZABETH ROI-IRET, Stuart
RUTH ROHRET, Oxford
IAMES ROHWEDDER, Tulsa, Okla.
IUAN ROSARIO IR., Agana, Guam
LEE ROSEBROOK, Ames
CAROL ROSS, Burlington
CARLA ROTHLISBERGER, Bartlcsville, Okla
KAY ROTHSTEIN, St. Ioseph, Mo.
ROBERT ROUSSELL, Dubuque
CATHERINE ROWLEY, Perry
CHERYL ROWLEY, Sioux City
CARL RUETER, Iowa City
STEPHEN RUSSELL, Winterset
GARY RYAN, Sioux City
KARLIN RYAN, Beaver Falls, Pa.
STUART SAMMIS, Clear Lake
DAVID SANDAGE, Iowa City
IEAN SANDERS, Onawa
KRISTIN SAGERT, Independence
ROBERT SAVEREIDE IR., Waterloo
WILLIAM SCHAAF, Iowa City
DONNA SCHAFER, LaPorte City
POLLY SCHEEL, Avoca
STARR SCI-IERF, Cedar Rapids
IANANN SCHIELE, West Branch
DONALD SCHILD, Belle Plaine
ROBERT SCHIRM, Cedar Rapids
IULE SCHLAEGEL, Iowa City
IACKIE SCHLOTTERBACK, Cedar Rapids
STEPHEN SCHMEISER, Burlington
ANN SCHMID, Winnetka, Ill.
PETER SCHMITZ, Ottawa, Ill.
BRENDA SCHNEDE, Durant
SUSAN SCHNEIDER, Monticello
DIANE SCHOENBERG, Skokie, Ill.
IOYCE SCHOENFELDER, Marengo
IEAN SCHOLTZ, Lena, Ill.
STEVEN SCHOMBERG, Letts
IANE SCHOTT, Davenport
CHARLES SCHRADER, Plainfield, Ill.
LEON SCHAGE, Osage
IERRY SCI-IRUM, Grand Iunction
ROBERT SCHULZ, Annandale, Vo.
GERALDINE SCHWABBAUER, Fort Dodge
ARTHUR SCHWIDDER JR., Fort Dodge
IEAN SCHWIDDER, Boone
SHARON SCINTA, Maquoketa
PATRICIA SCOTT, Mt. Vernon
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS
MARY SNYDER, Deep River
STEPHEN SODERBERG, Rockford, Ill.
MARCELLA SOLDOFSKY, Iowa City
BARBARA SONEN, Orange, N. I.
CARON SONGER, Mason City
CRAIG SONKSEN, Clear Lake
ROBERT SOUDAN, Glenview, Ill.
SUSAN SOULTS, Ames
GAIL SPAULDING, Iowa City
DAVID SPENCER, Iowa City
REBECCA SPERRY, Clarinda
IAMES SPIGENER, Tamfert, Miss.
SUSAN SPORMANN, Clinton
IUDY SPRAGUE, Mason City
SARAH STAGE, Davenport
IOYCE STAMPE, Dubuque
SUSAN STAMPF, Chicago, Ill.
CELIA STARKS, st. Paul, Minn.
MARLENE STECKLING, Iowa City
IAMES STEELMAN, Des Monies
REID STEMPEL, Ottumwa
BERNARD STEPANEK, Cedar Rapids
KATHLEEN STERNER, Wilton Iunction
SHARON STIRLER, Sibley
RICHARD STOLLER, Warrentown, Mo.
DALE STOUT, Wellman
IEFEREY STOUTNER, Keota
ANDREA STOWE, Marshalltown
IUDITH STRAIT, Colorado Springs, Colo.
DENNIS STRANG, Fairfax
SYLVIA STRATE, Moline, Ill
CHARLES STREIT, Algona
BRUCE STROTHER, Ames
BARRY STRUM, Flushing, N. Y.
VIRGINIA SULLIVAN, Ryan
CYNTHIA SUTER, Sigourney
RUTH SVOBODA, Cedar Rapids
HAZEL SWAILES, Mt. Pleasant
ALAN SWAN SON, Lone Tree
JACK SWAN SON, Des Moines
IOHN SWANSON, Harcourt
LORENE SWANSON, Lake City
SARA SWENSON, Rockford, Ill.
LONA TALBOTT, Iowa City
IANE TAYLOR, Iowa City
MICHAEL THEIS, Burlington
MICHAEL THOMAS, Midland, Tex.
1 ELIZABETH THOMPSON, Owensboro, K
ELVIN THOMPSON, Ierferson
IAMES THOMPSON, Grimes
MAUREEN TI-IORDSEN, Monmouth
BEVERLY TIBBITTS, Cedar Rapids
REBECCA TIDRICK, Iowa City
TREVOR TOLAND, Macomb, Ill.
ROBERT TOIVIHAVE, Marshalltown
IEANNE TOOHILL, Farmington, Ill.
THOMAS TORBERT, Perry
IOSEPH TORNABANE, Ames
ORVILLE TOWNSEND, East St. Louis, Ill.
LYNN TRAUT, Dubuque
STEVEN TRECKER, Whippany, N. I.
CYNTHIA TRIPP, Albuquerque, N. M.
ELIZABETH TRUMMEL, Iowa City
KAY TRUSLER, Des Moines
IANE TRUSSELL, Terre Haute, Ind.
ARNIE TWIT, Iowa City
IOSEPH UGMAN, Bethel Park, Pa.
RICHARD UNDERKOFLER, Marshalltown
FAY VAN BUREN, Manson
DARLO VANDER WILT, Orange City
IAMES VANEK, Denville, N. I.
PAT VAN HEEL, Mason City
IANET VAN OVERBEKE, Glen Ellyn,
C. VAN SYCKLE, Davenport
IUDITH VAN VLACK, Manchester
CORDELIA VEIT, Clinton
ARDIS VERMAZEN, Phoenix, Ariz.
VICKI VERMEDAHL, Vinton
I. W. VER STEEG, Orange City
NANCY VICTOR, Leonia, N. I.
DOUGLAS VIGEN, Sioux City
ALLEN VOGE, Galva
ROGER VOGT, Charter Oak
GARY VORHES. Rockford
CAROLYN WALDEN, Greensboro, N.
DARYL WALK, Grafton
STEVE WALSTON, Manchester
IAMES WALTER, Charles City
BARBARA WARDEN, Boulder, Colo.
IAY WATERMAN, Barrington, Ill.
JAMES WATSON, Fairfield
CHERYLE WATTS, Cedar Rapids
IEANNE WEAVER, Grinnell
IAMES WEBB, Ft. Madison
LINDA WEIS, Muscatine
KENNETH WELLER, Iowa City
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS
LIBERAL ARTS SENIORS
IERRY WELLIK, Britt
IOAN WELLS, Rochester, N. Y.
PETER WELLS, Fairfax, Va.
TONY WELT, Iowa City
BONNIE WELTER, Monticello
RONALD WENDT, Coggon
HAL WERT, Newton
IAMES WESSELS, Des Moines
BETSY WEST. Spencer
RICHARD WEST, State Center
STEPHEN WESTERCAMP, Deep River
BRUCE WESTPHAL, Stale Center
MARLIN WESTPHAL, Peterson
IOHN WHEELER, New Sharon
VAIVA WHITACRE, Coralville
GARY WHITAKER, Adair
ANDREA WHITE, New Providence
IOI-IN WHITEHOUSE, Ottumwa
DAVID WIDMER, Bloomfield
SUSAN WILDE, Ann Abor, Mich.
SARAH WILKEN, Ft. Madison
WANDA WILKER, Iowa City
CHARLOTTE WILLARD, Clinton
CHRISTOPHER WILLIAMS, Evanston, Ill
DERRICK WILLIAMS, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.
IAMES WILLIAMS, Kalamazoo, Mich.
PATRICIA WILLIAMS, Darien, Conn.
ARDITH WILSON, Marshalltown
ROBERT WINTERFELD, Sioux Center
BOB WISE, Iowa City
ANNE WITTE, Iowa City
ALAN VVOHLFEIL, Chicago, Ill.
IEANETTE WOLFE. Cedar Rapids
SUE WOLKEN, Vermillion, S. Dak.
DAVID WOODS, Pensacola, Fla.
SHARON WUNN, Baxter
JUDY YANANOTO, Iowa City
BECKY YANTIS, Wever
NORRIS YAZARIAN, Traer
DAVID YEAGER, Clinton
CONSTANCE YOSHIMURA, Kamrar
LUCINA YOUNG, Marshalltown
STUART YOUNG, Chatham, N. I.
WARREN YOUNGQUIST, Waverly
ALVIN ZIMMERMAN, Coralville
IERRY ZINN, LeMars
DONALD ZOOK, Iowa City
ROBERT ZUENDEL, Des Moines
BOTTOM ROW: L. Weis, S. Feldman, C. Smith, C.
Chuck, L. Lamson, M. Lipton, C. DeMuth, K. Cameron,
C. Rowley, I. Stephani, V. Cook, B. Tibbitts, N. Matthias,
I. Valentine, A. Longstreth. ROW 2: M. E. Ellis, A. Ver-
mazen, M. Hurst, I. Van Vlack, G. Corlett, R. Rohret, I.
Evans, I. Iohnston, C, Kochel, C. Meek, D. McMahon, P.
Scheel, P. Meier, K. Buresh, R. Hubbell, I. Holland. ROW
3: L. Elfers, I. Taylor, S. Wolken, B. Bartley, B. West, D.
Corson, N. Halfwassen, R. Benschoter, S. Scheidenhelm, L.
Barker, A. Peacock, P. Baird, L. Larsen, S. Little, I, Rueg-
nitz. ROW 4: I. Cecil, I. Reardon, L. Peterson, Q. Coff-
man, D. Netherton, K. Hoffman, I. Gensini, S. Day, L.
Whiting, N. Morrow, N. Gray, T. Sevatson.
Student NEA prepares 'Future teachers for profession
Susan Fischbeck and Iim Bush led Student NEA by featur-
ing monthly programs devoted to educ ' ' .
Any University student who has an in-
terest within the educational field can par-
ticipate in regular monthly meetings held
by the Student National Education Associ-
These programs featured speakers, films,
panel discussions and faculty get togethers.
Subjects ranged from methods of teaching
to the problems of beginning educators, but
all tried to maintain the Student NEA goal
of recognizing teaching as a profession. Ev-
ery member vvorked individually to Widen
his understanding of teaching as a whole
and his specific area in particular.
Student NEA oflicers for 1965-66 were
Susan Fishbeck, president, Iim Bush, vice-
presidentg Marla Miller, secretary, Cathy
DeMuth, treasurerg and Karnese Cameron,
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Pi Lambda Theta members discuss a new trend in education.
Pi Lambda Theta honors women in education
"Creative Use of Knowledge for Excel- is an honorary and professional association
lence in Education" was this year's theme for Women in education.
for Pi Lambda Theta meetings. The group
Phi Delta Kappa furthers educational goals
A professional honorary fraternity for students. The goal of the group is to ad-
rnen in education, Phi Delta Kappa has a vance education. Burdette Hansen led the
membership of 500 faculty and graduate organization.
Members of Phi Delta Kappa can steal off to their room to read and relax.
BOTTOM ROW: Marcia Hunter, Sue Lawrence, Marilyn
Olson, Robin Smolin. ROW 2: Mary Crowell, Sandi
Sigma Alpha Eta stu
Sigma Alpha Eta, an honorary for those
interested in speech and hearing or speech
pathology majors, sponsored bi-monthly
Starkopf, Margaret Maxwell, Linda Laughnan, Ginny Bal-
trus. ROW 3: Ianice Hilsman, Jake Ohlinger, Anne Cox.
speech and hearing
meetings, a coffee for the department and
a banquet. President Susan Lawrence led
the 50 members.
Phi Upsilon Omicron encourages home economics study
A national honorary for home economics
majors, Phi Upsilon Omicron was establish-
ed to further the study of home economics.
BOTTOM ROW: Alvina Longstreth, Iudith Bentrot
Members must be in the upper 40 per cent
of their class. Judith Bentrott was presi-
dent this year.
O'Brien, TOP ROW: Juanita Holland. Carol Driver.
SOTA members spur interest in occupational therapy
Occupational therapy majors study different bone struc-
BOTTOM ROW: IoAnn Olson, lane Wolfe, Kathryn Co-
hen, Bobbie Sonen, Anne Borchelt, Patricia Callison. ROW
2: Mary Hertel, Iean Beary, Nancy Noller, Cynthia Suter,
Mary McMurrough, lean Lemons, Ruth Nelson. ROW 3:
A Halloween party sponsored by the Stu-
dent Occupational Therapy Association
QSOTAJ helped members get acquainted
The group consists of students majoring
in occupational therapy. Its purpose is to
promote interest in the occupational ther-
apy iield on campus among both members
and non-members and provide social unity
among its members.
Officers were Barbara Sonen, president,
Mary Iane Wolfe, vice president, and Kath-
ryn Cohen, secretary-treasurer.
Elizabeth Collins, director of the occupa-
tional therapy program, Marietta Holden
and Sharon Eckrich, both occupational
therapy instructors, sponsored the group.
Ellen Taylor, Cheryl Mullahy, Betty Grouwinkel, Lynne
Adolphson, Sue I-Iine, Dorothy Ahrens, Iudy Dhesse. ROW
4: Barbara Gardner, Sally Woodcock, Kay Rankin, Marilyn
Arnold, Camelia Reed.
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BOTTOM ROW: Lawrence Cook, Stasys Ruclys, Frank
Herkes, David Broberg, Fred Sonnenberg. ROW 2: David
I-Ieltne, Lawrence Kehoe, Robert Morris, Scott Tucker,
Iames Seago. ROW 3: William Hoyt, Eugene Mainen,
Daniel Duffy, George Augius.
Phi Lambda Upsilon honors chemistry maiors
Phi Lambda Upsilon is a national honor-
ary society for chemistry majors who show
high scholastic achievement. New mem-
bers were honored this year at the annual
initiation banquet. Frank Herkes served as
Chemisiry seniors eligible +o ioin Alpha Chi Sigma
The objectives of Alpha Chi Sigma, the
professional chemistry fraternity are to ad-
vance chernistry and bind the men in
BOTTOM ROW: Edwin Rowlee, Earl Tucker, Iames Un-
glaube, lim Koterski, George Augius, David Broberg, Dana
McCown, Frank I-Ierkes. ROW 2: Lawrence Cook, Iames
Kroneman, LeRoy Pazdernik, Ronald Slatin, Robert Morris,
Lawrence Kehoe, Fred Duax, Wendell Rhine. ROW 3:
friendship with each other.
Only seniors and graduates in some
field of chemistry may become members.
William Alston, Stasys Rudys, Richard Narske, DeWayne
Townsend, Mark Marcus, Daniel Duffy, Fred Sonnenberg,
Francis Mettille. ROW 4: Eugene Mainen, Lynn Swanson,
Edward Zawistowski, William Hoyt, Iames Retsema,
Thomas Gregory, Iames Seago.
BOTTOM ROW: Michael Toner, Gail Longanecker, Sue Sue Hoover, Richard Brogan.
Boudinot, William Newbrough. TOP ROW: Brad Kiesey,
Associated Students of Journalism coordinate banquets
Donald K. Woolley, s IBM card gifts high-
lighted the Associated Students of lournal-
ism annual Wayzgoose banquet in Decem-
ber. The Wayzgoose and Fourth Estate
banquets are planned by journalism class
oflicers who make up the executive council
Gamma Alpha Chi emphasizes advertising projects
Handing out blotters at registration and
picking the best-dressed Iowa coed for
"Glamour,' magazine were projects spon-
BOTTOM ROW: Sue Boudinot, Vona Custer, Pamela
Emerson, Margaret Fones, Tam Duggleby. ROW 2: Pat
I-Iagemann, Ruth Evans, Fran Puhl, Sue Hoover, Fran
sored by Gamma Alpha Chi, national pro-
fessional advertising fraternity for women
Schrauger. ROW 3: Iane Elwood, Linda Klouda, Carol
Werhan, Gail Longanecker.
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BOTTOM ROW: Malin Swope, Ron Slechta, Lester Benz,
Michael Toner, Ron Smrha. TOP ROW: Michael Barnes,
William Newbrough, Iohn Cloyed, Tom Longden.
Sigma Delta Chi publishes sorority pledge pamphlet
Sigma Delta Chi members sold the "Pet-
ticoat Pamphletf, a directory of sorority
pledge classes, last fall and sponsored a
Theta Sigma Phi sponsors
Among the many activities of Theta Sig-
ma Phi, national professional honorary
for women in communications was the
BOTTOM ROW: Patricia Asleson, Margaret Fones, Doreen
Hyde, Gayle Hallenbeck. TOP ROW: Pamela Emerson,
spring banquet. Membership in the honor-
ary is open to male students in the news
gathering areas of journalism. A
annual Matrix Table Banquet
choice of the outstanding University coed
and Iowa City Woman who were honored
at the annual Matrix Table banquet.
Iudith Bruhn, Andrea Coeh, Carol Carpenter, Tam Duggle-
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DAVID ABEL, Council Bluffs
KARL ALDINGER, Clarion
WILLIAM BARKER, Davenport
CHARLES BENDIXEN, Atlantic
WILLIAM BEN SON , Ashland, Ore
ION BERGSTROM, Spencer
THOMAS BOAT, Pella
DENNIS BOATMAN, Bloomlield
PAUL BOONE, Woodbine
WILLIAM BOYD, Iowa City
DAVID BRANDT, Gamavillo
DONALD BROWN, Manchester
ROBERT BROWN, Des Moines
ROBERT CALDWELL, Fort Dodge
BERNARD CAI-IN, Davenport
BRUCE CAMERON, Waukon
IOHN CHAMBERS, Lake View
KAYE CHECK, Madrid
MICHAEL CROXDALE, Villisca
PAUL CURTIS, Maxwell
IAMES DAGGETT, Iowa City
DAVID DECKER, I-Iedrich
RICHARD DIMOND, Keol-:uk
SUSAN DUVE, Dubuque
THOMAS EDMONDS, Dubuque
IOHN FANGMAN, Winthrop
IULIAN FERSTENFELD, Des Moines
RICHARD FOX, Polk City
IACK FRIEDMAN, Chicago, Ill.
RICHARD FRIESS, Iowa City
RONALD FRUS, Creston
MARY CANNON, Iowa City
IAMES GEISINGER, Fort Dodge
MELVIN GLAZER, Des Moines
ROBERT GODWIN, Anamosa
SHARON HAMILL, Des Moines
DONOVAN HANSON, Des Moines
GILBERT HARRIS, Marshalltown
ROMAN HISZCZYNSKYI, Fort Dodge
IOHN HOEPNER, Davenport
DOUGLAS I-IOLT, Osakis, Minn.
IAMES HOOVER, Fairfield
THOMAS HUGHES, Delmar
CHARLES HUNTER, Cedar Rapids
STEVE IONES, Denison
ROBERT KAMMER, Fort Morgan Colo
JOHN KEISER, Kalona
RONALD KILZER, Homick
PHILIP KOHLER, Kewanee, Ill.
DOHN KRUSCHWITZ, Cedar Rapids
CARL KRUSE, Iowa City
DAVID KUNDEL, Minden
IACK LANE, Waterloo
MAYNARD LANG, Iowa City
IOHN MADDEN, Iowa City
ROSS MADDEN, Indianola
TERRY MAXSON, Mason City
PAUL MCGARVEY, Waterloo
ROBERT MCGREGOR, Manson
DONALD MCPIKE, Muscatine
IAMES MERCHANT, Ames
DALE MERICLE, Des Moines
ROGER MURKEN, Boone
RICHARD MYERS, Vinton
RONALD NERVIG, Iowa City
RONALD NORRIS, Iowa City
ROBERT OSBORN, Dexter
ROGER PACANOWSKI, Chicago
KENNETH PETERSEN, Atlantic
VANCE POLICH, Melcher
ROBERT PORTER, Iowa City
BRUCE REIMERS, Des Moines
MELVIN RICHARDS, Tingley
IOHN RICHMOND, Fort Madison
VERNON RITZMAN, Hampton
IOANNE ROSENBERG, Iowa City
RONALD SANDLER, West Des Moines
IOHN SCI-ILICHER, Cedar Falls
CHARLES SMITH, Clinton
ROBERT SMITS, Prairie City
DAVID STEARNS, Story City
REINERT SVENDSEN, Iowa City
GENE SWAN SON , Sioux City
WILLIAM SWEET, Dubuque
DONALD TESDALL, Huxley
LARRY VANDEGARDE, Sioux Center
CURTIS WAIT, Chamberlain, S. D.
DAVID WALL, Ames
IAMES WANKEN, Eagle Grove
CLINTON WENTZ, Napoleon, N. D.
IOE F. WHELAN, Elberon
IOE R, WHITE, Spencer
DENNIS WILKEN, Westside
VIC WILSON, Durant
IONATHON WINNER, Des Moines
DARRELL WITT, Denver
School of Physical Therapy offers
Two members of the physical therapy program encourage
a patient on her first day out of bed.
BOTTOM ROW: P. Irving, W, Mills, C. Szymczak, W,
Swan, D. Kluck, R. Evans, G. Soper, W. McCormick. ROW
TWO: F. Iesse, W. Rogers, K. Magoon, L. Wolf, M. Mc-
Leod, R. Egland, G. Vande Kamp, P, Sullivan, P. Kiels-
certificate, mas+er's program
The School of Physical Therapy oliers
two programs to holders of B.A.'s. The cer-
tificate program takes 12 months and the
master's program, 24 months.
Students take courses such as anatomy,
physiology, surgery for physical therapy,
and psychiatry for related professions as
well as technique courses such as massage,
hydrotherapy, and electrotherapy.
Students spend three five-Week periods
as clinical interns at physical therapy cen-
ters in the midwest.
The program started in 1942 as a war-
time measure. The first three classes Went
to school three months and then worked at
military installations six months. Almost
500 have graduated from the school. This
year 25 candidates were working on certifi-
cates and 4 on their masteris.
meier. ROW THREE: I. Gerwulf, R. Zavocki, B. Bork,
D. Lutterman, W. Donner, L. Svacina, R. Wolfe, W. Wer-
BOTTOM ROW: K. C. Stewart, Thomas Cromwell, Iames loch. ROW 3: Stephen Wollcen, Gerald Fogarty, Leo Nor
Merchant, Daniel Eggers. ROW 2: Lawrence Laslett Ste- den, John Larson.
pien Innes. Dennis Wilken, Iohn Scott, Michael McCul-
Sixteen students serve on Medical Student Council
Sixteen elected members served on the Medicine. The group Worked to create a
Medical Student Council, which is the gov- bond between students and faculty. lim
erning body of students in the College of Merchant was president.
Medical technologists receive training at VA Hospital
The School of Medical Technology offers technology training. Bob Lehy directed the
a l2-month program of hospital training to ll seniors in the VA Hospital program.
its senior students, thus completing their
BOTTOM ROW: Ioan Higgins, Ellen Erickson, Nancy
Lewis, Carol Faulk, Kathleen Diddy. TOP ROW: Susan
Kane, Mary Geiselman, Iudith Crick, Dianne johnson
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BOTTOM ROW: K. Friday, S. Moeller, B. Brown, M.
Stitt, S. Melson, I. Davey, L. Fane, R. Murken, S. Iones, C.
Hunter, I. Merchant. ROW 2: L. Foster, I. Matter, M.
Iungling, D. Coolidge, R. Morehead, D. Bell, G. Cavan-
augh, R. Iohnston, L. Mulmed, I. Larson, D. Gauger. ROW
Alpha Kappa Kappa holds
Two against one may not be the best odds, but this AKK
3: G. Stahle, E. Chesen, R. Stinard, P. Wallace, A. Suggins,
T. Cromwell, R. Crumley, I. Roberts, D. Kirkpatrick, R.
Neiman, S. Towle, S. Wolken, S. Bellis. ROW 4: R. Gles-
ne, G. Olson, P. Heinselmann, L. Laslett, L. Schimmel, S.
Deutsch, I. Carrigg, C. Fackler, G. Isserstedt. I. Hanson.
smokers, annual lecture
In keeping with the trend towards "so-
cializedn medicine, AKICS showed their ap-
proval by holding monthly house parties,
capped by the infamous Kadaver Kapers.
Academics are a big part of any med stu-
dentas life and AKK sought to foster a spirit
of interest and concern not only in medi-
cine but in the surrounding fields of study.
To this end, the fraternity, led by president
Larry Pane, sponsored several Sunday
smokers and the annual College of Medi-
cine memorial lecture. The Bortz Award
was given to the student presenting the
best paper at the Annual Students Research
This year the 130 members of AKK join-
ed in saluting Mrs. Inez Davey, who cele-
brated her 20th year as their housemother.
Nu Sigma Nu gives scholarship +o outstanding freshmen
Nu Sigma Nu, composed of medical stu-
dents, offered programs including both
medical and non medical subjects. Nu Sig
Smokers covered a variety of topics, While
medical scholarship was promoted through
the annual granting of Graves Scholarships
to outstanding freshmen med students.
Social functions were held during the ac-
ademic year, with parties held at Homecom-
ing and Christmas being the major events.
Spring brought the Nu Sig pre-party before
"Aesculapian,', an all med school dance.
The Nu Sig house received the professional
league participation trophy for Widespread
Nu Sigma Nu officers were David Dru-
ker, president, Ron Rehmann, vice presi-
dent, Art Heng, secretary, and Fred Bock-
enstedt, house manager.
BOTTOM ROW: M. Croxdale, R. McGregor, I. Wanken,
I. Matthias, W. Dall, A. Heng, D. Druker, F. Bockenstedt,
I. Sebben, I. Smith, W. Bourne, I. Arnold, G. Ryan, E.
Shindler, G. Lee. ROW 2: I. Giles, C. Struyk, I, Scott, G.
Fogarty, R. Hiszczynskyj, T. Dougherty, M. Tyler, M. Mc-
Culloch, D. Eggers, A. Mardorf, L. Iones, C. Semler, I.
These members of Nu Sigma Nu relax after dinner with a
pipe and a joke.
Wilson. ROW 3: I. Knavel, I. Lammers, G. Larson, G.
Johnson, T. Gilmore, L. Dierker, K. C. Stewart, D. Hanss-
mann, M. Ochs, A. Lang, R. Nieland, R. Burgfechtel, D.
Ploth, D. Abel. ROW 4: I. Wessels, A. Becker, K. Smith,
H. Smith, R. Wright, R. Brown, T. Richtsmeier, M. Con-
nelly, D. Bush, I. Schlicher, L. Sarff,
Phi Beta Pi members socialize at buffet dinners, parties
Studying the bones ol the head can be almost fun Phi Beta
Pi members discover when you sit in front of a warm fire-
BOTTOM ROW: R. Adams, I. Puhl, D. Bakken, L.
Hughes, R. Carter, T. Artz, D. Schrunk, R. Riessen, R.
Russo, D. Kundel, C. Fredrickson, L. O'Connor, D. Weber,
E. Garrnan. ROW 2: D. Brallier, R, Bannister, I. Goellner,
D. Holt, M. Glazer, S. Stewart, T. Wilson, I. Thoreson,
R. Hanson, A. Booth, B. Wampler, I. Beck, D. Burkley, D.
Daake, D. Wilken. ROW 3: K. Petersen, R. Peterson, D.
The purpose of Phi Beta Pi is to further
progress of medical science and to encour-
age scholarship in the medical profession.
In keeping with this purpose, the l4O mem-
bers of Phi Beta Pi held informal seminars
with outside guests and provided practice
examinations and various other study helps
for the underclassmen.
Newly furnished living and entertain-
ment areas provided a setting for the nu-
merous sorority mixers and exchanges.
They were also the site of the harmonizing
of the Phi Bete chorus, the football season
buffet dinners and the major quarterly
The 1965-66 Phi Beta Pi officers were
David Schrank, presidentg Tyrone Artz,
vice-president, David Brallier, secretary,
and Tom Wilson, treasurer.
Petersen, G. Peterson, S, Leslie, R.. Linde, I. Adams, K.
Johnson, D. Rike, D. MacMillan, M. Wilvey, W. Rigler,
C. Kruse. ROW 4: B. Gorbunoff, I. Monroe, R. Merrick.
R. Polly, G. Shirk, R. Kothenbeutel, I. Swanson, R. Colt-
iet,kW. Shipley, C. Bendixen, S. Morrison, M. Gregson, G.
or 'a sw.
BOTTOM ROW: Donald Dalbey, Stuart Sybesma, Robert
Carney, Charles Lyford, Roger Pacanowski, Richard Pit-
man, Ronald Nervig, lack Friedman. ROW 2: Robert
Smith, Dale Wulf, Michael Rosenblatt, William Kuntz,
Ioe Whelan, Randall Maharry, Terry Maxon, Gary Resch-
Phi Rho Sigma celebrates
A member of Phi Rho Sigma gestures while he tells a
funny story about lab to his brothers.
ly. ROW 3: Ferrell Peters, Dennis Rajtora, Marvin Vos,
Allen Harves, Nyle Kauffman, Gary Lawrence, Michael
Lawrence, K. A. Bell, B. C. Abortue. ROW 4: William
Cross, David Decker, Larry Becker, Ralph Pray, Donald
Reinders, Alan Singer, Ron Grooters, Ronald Hansen.
75th anniversary in December
The professional medical society Phi Rho
Sigma celebrated its 75th anniversary Dec.
4. At a banquet attended by active mem-
bers and alumni, pledges were initiated.
Phi Rho's 60 members began their year's
social functions with a fall picnic. Special
suppers were held at both Homecoming
and Christmas, and a lecture series featur-
ing campus ministers Was conducted
throughout the school year. The Wive's
Club of the chapter took care of the house
furnishings and sponsored several parties,
including the annual spring f'Heaven and
Monthly meetings were presided over by
Charles Lyford. Other officers were Roger
Pacanowski, vice-president, Bob Carney,
secretary, and Stuart Sybesma, treasurer.
KATHY ADDY, Iowa City
CAROL ADEN, Gothenburg, Neb.
IUDITH AKIN, Ioliet, Ill.
IO ANDERSON, Griswold
LINDSAY ARTHUR, Dubuque
IEANNE BANDSTRA, Pella
CAROL BARNES, Winfield, Kan.
MARY BASTOW, Mount Ayr
BARBARA BECKER, Bartonville, Ill.
REBECCA BEHRENS, Cedar Falls
NORMA BORTZ, Thermopolis, Wyo.
CAROLYN BRUN, Honolulu, Hawaii
VIRGINIA CALAME, Des Moines
ELIZABETH CHERRY, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
KATI-IRYN CHRISTIANSEN, Estherville
SANDRA COURTNEY, Anamosa
KAREN DEBOLT, Corydon
MARLENE DELPHEY, Harpers Ferry
SUE DENGER, Dows
JOAN DESSEL, West Union
IULIA DESSEL, West Union
RITA DIEI-IL, Osceola
SANDRA DORR, Marcus
LOUISA DUNHAM, Grirmell
MARIE ERB, Berlin, Ohio
DOROTHY FINK, Manning
IAN ICE FINN, Peoria, Ill.
IOAN FRY, Stratford
PAMILLA FRY, Vinton
SHERRY GILLIATT, Vinton
KATHY GUNDERSON, Eagle Grove
LINDA HAAR, Laurens
ANN HAAS, Elgin, Ill.
IANET I-IAN SEN, Grand Mound
SUSAN HATTEN, Spencer
DONNA HEITMANN, victor
GAIL HEITZ, Aurora, 111.
JANET HENDERSON, Humboldt
RENEA HENRICH, odebolf
RUTHELLYN HINTON, coming
CAROL HOSTETTER, Ames
MARY HOVLAND, Humboldt
DIANE ILLIAN, Moline, Ill.
SUSAN IACOBS, Park River, Ill.
IEAN IACOBSON, Des Plaines, Ill.
CAROL IIRSA, Lombart, Ill.
SHARON IUENGLING, Danville
CAROL KAMMER, Decatur, Ill.
MARY KERDUS, Waverly
SUSAN KILLIAN, Burlington
SUSAN KOSKI, Markham, Ill.
MARIORIE LARSON, Pilot Mound
FAYE LEWIS, McCallsburg
MARILYN LINDHOLM, Des Moines
HELEN MALLIE, Tripoli
CHERYL MAYER, Roselle, Ill.
ELIZABETH MCCUGAGE, Peoria, Ill.
CARROLL MCDANIEL, Creve Coeur, Ill.
MYRA MESHER, Dyersville
KAREN MILLER, Rock Island, Ill,
THEON MOHR, Mapleton
GEORGIA NESBIT, Landon Mills, Ill.
MARY O'CONNOR, Mt. Pleasant
MARY O'FALLON, Mason City
PATRICIA PALMER, Iesup
IEANNE PEARSON, Des Moines
SHIRLEE PROCTOR, Strawberry Point
IANICE PYLE, Baton Rouge
ELWAN DA QUAYLE, Galva, Ill.
MARY RECKER, Adrian, Minn.
DIXIE REED, Center Point
HELEN RENSINK, Sioux Center
IOYCE RICHARDSON, Ft. Madison
BARBARA ROGERS, Iowa City
DIANE ROSELAND, Clinton
KAREN SCI-IILLING, Rock Creek
ARLENE SCI-IUITEMAN, Sioux Center
NICHELE SCHULZ, Iowa City
LINDA SI-IAFER, Rockford, Ill.
CAROLYN SHEATS, Aledo, Ill.
RUTH STARK, Riverville
MARY STEWART, Dundee
SANDRA STUMP, Keokuk
BARBARA SWEETING, Iowa City
ANN TENER, Riverside
IUDITH THIESEN, Iowa City
BARBARA THOMPSON, Cedar F
SHARYN TROST, Taylorville
SUSAN TRUNNELL, Waterloo
PAMELA TURK, Elgin, 111.
NANCY VANDER POL, Pella
JOAN VICKERMAN, Ft. Dodge
VICKIE WAGNER, Piclcstown, S.
MARY WAI-IL, Grafton
SHERYL WALLEN, Bettendorf
SHARON WALSH, Western Spriu
SANDRA WASSON, Perry
WANDA WHALEY, Mt. Pleasant
KAREN WILLER, LeMars
SUSAN VVILLEY, Primghar
LINDA WILSON , Nevada
GAIL WINGERT, Pearl City, Ill.
ROSEMARY WITT, Columbia
JEAN WORMLEY, Oswego, Ill.
ERMA YODER, Kalcma
BOTTOM ROW: Sandra Stump, Vicki Wagner, Karma
Schauer, Dorothy Fink, Helen Mallie, Barbara Becker.
ROW 2: Erma Yoder, Marie Erb, Mary O'Connor, Arlene
Schuiteman, Norma Bortz, Carolyn Crowell, Joanne Bauer.
ROW 3: Wanda Whaley, Carol Hostetter, Georgia Nesbit,
Ianice Strand, Phyllis Harms, Shirley Rodewald. ROW
4: Margery Mintle, Ioyce Richardson, Dixie Reed, Mary
Recker, Barb Rogers, Sandra Wasson, Rita Diehl.
General Nursing Students' Association hears medical talks
Registered nurses working towards B.S.
degrees compose the General Nursing stu-
dents' Association. The 70 members enjoy-
Student Nurses Organization
Better communications between nursing
students and faculty is the aim of Student
Nurses Organization. Among this yearis
BOTTOM ROW: Kathryn Taaffe, Carolyn Mueller, Becky
Behrens, Mary Hovland, Carole Brown, Linda Moen. ROW -
2: Ann Engelhardt, Sandra Kallio, Carol Hubbard, Barb
ed hearing guest speakers in the medical
field. Vicki Wagner presided over the
seeks better communications
projects were Christmas caroling in the hos-
pital and a Valentineis party for handicap-
Shultz, Marilyn Christensen, Linda Marsh. ROW 3:
Pamela Turk, Helen Rensink, Elizabeth Lee.
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Members of Sigma Theta Tau hear a discussion of problems encountered in nursing at one of their meetings
Sigma Theta Tau sponsors Founcler's Day +ea, lecture annually
Sigma Theta Tau, national nursing hon
orary, selects its members on the basis of
scholastic achievement and demonstrated
leadership in the nursing profession. The
group sponsors a Founder's Day tea and
Wesilawn Student Association
Westlawn Student Association acts as the
lecture annually Officers were Sara Whelp
ley, president, Mildred, vice president,
Mrs Merle Heick, secretary, and Ida Iohn
son, treasurer There are about 50 active
serves as governing board
ing in Westlawn. The group also sponsors
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practical nurses and X-ray technicians liv-
BOTTOM ROW: Cathy Kennedy, Iean Stek, Sandra Har-
ville, Darlene Roling, Ruth Valen, Sue Lauterbach, Iudy
Thiesen, Karen DeWald, Shirley Johnston. ROW 2: Linda
Hoogeveen, Verna Van Weelden, Alice Moore, Margaret
the senior farewell party and the Christmas
Flygstad, Margaret O'Neil, Vicki McBurney, Iudy Smith,
Karen Giascho. ROW 3: Kathy Boisen, Sandra Davis,
Iackie Blake, Rosemary Soika, Carol Duncalf, Eileen O'-
Neil, Barbara Melley, Carol McMaster.
Members of the Practical Nursing Stu-
dents Organization are students in the prac-
tical nursing education program. A one-
year course of study, this program is open
to high school graduates and gives a cer-
tificate of graduation which qualifies the
men and women to take a licensing exam-
ination given by the State Board of Nursing
in September. The group was formed in
February of 1963.
Most of the 32 students enrolled in the
class live in Westlawn for easy access to
classes. The group meets twice a month
for social activities and sponsors a gradu-
Otlicers were Nancy Farnsworth, presi-
dentg Carol McMasters, vice-presidentg Ver-
na Van Weelden, secretaryg and Eileen
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after a trip to the Department ot Radiology.
Practical Nursing Students Organization gives graduate tea
BOTTOM ROW: Iudy Smith, Vicki McBurney, Barbara
Melley, Eileen O'Neil, Nancy Farnsworth, Verna Van
Weelden, Cathy Kennedy, Darlene Roling, Ruth Valen.
ROW 2: Sandra Harville, Karen DeWald, Shirley Iohns-
ton, Sandra Stimmel, Margaret O'Neil, Margaret Flygstad,
Karen Gascho, Carol Duncalf, Marcha Imig, Linda Hooge-
veen, Margaret Cornwell. ROW 3: Eliabeth Rogers, Kathy
Boisen, Carol McMaster, Sue Lauterbach, Iackie Blake,
Rosemary Sojka, Alice Moore.
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IOHN BETTIS, Albia
KAY CUMPSTON, Enrlhnnl
GAIL DEATHERAGE, Peoria, 111.
RONALD DOBBINS, North English
PETER DROZDDWICZ, Chicago, Ill.
DENNIS FITZPATRICK, Missouri Valley
LARRY FRY, Humeston
MARY HELGESON, Lake Mills
GERALD HESS, Davenport
NORMAN INGRAHAM, Barnes City
IUDY IOHNSON, Wayne, N. 1.
THOMAS IOHNSRUD, C1'eSCO
PAUL KENT, Solon
GLENN KNOOT, Eddyville
IOHN LYNCH, New Hampton
RONALD MAHRENHOLZ, Manly
PATRICK MCDONNELL, Clinton
SHARON MOENCK, Duncornbe
PATRICK O'NEILL, Sioux City
IOEL OSBORNE, Moline, 111.
RONALD SCHMITS, Davenport
OHERIE SWEETING, Iowa City
TERRY TUFTY, Sioux ony
THOMAS WUNDERLICH, Ames
1 DALE YODER, Iowa City
BOTTOM ROW: Sharon Moenek, Iudy Marvel, Mary
I-Ielgeson, Cherie Sweeting, Barbara Bush. ROW 2: Kay
Cumpson, Iudy johnson, Ionalie Iohnson, Susan Stoltz,
Kathy Cerny. ROW 3: Gail Deatherage, Susan Harvey,
Kappa Epsilon lakes par'rin Na'I'ional Poison Prevenlion Week
Membership in Kappa Epsilon is open for pre-pharmacy freshman Coeds and
to any coed in pharmacy with a 2.0 grade- hung displays in drugstores for National
point. The group sponsored a coke party Poison Prevention Week.
Two pharmacy students watch as a pharmaceutical preparation is made.
American Pharmaceutical Association tours industries
BOTTOM ROW: Gail Deatherage, Cherie Sweeting. TOP
ROW: Thomas Wunderlich, Herman Tebrugge, Thomas
The American Pharmaceutical Associ-
ation is made up of interested pre-pharma-
cy students and graduates and undergrad-
uates in the College of Pharmacy.
The group hears guest speakers at its
meetings and takes industrial trips to major
cities in the midwest.
In the spring, the newly-elected ofhcers
sponsor a picnic.
Officers the past year were Tom Wun-
derlich, president, Tom Iohnsrud, vice-
presidentg Gail Deatherage, secretary, and
Herman Tehrugge, treasurer. Wendle Kerr,
associate professor of pharmacy, is adviser
of the group.
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David Brandt, Iay Ferstenfeld, Mike Croxdale.
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win Bunger, Allan Havercamp.
Officers ol the senior class of the College of Lib-
eral Arts are: SEATED: Bill Rosebrook, vice
presidentg Carolyn Smith, secretary. STANDING:
Pat Van Heel, treasurerg lean Fee, president.
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Iill Ruggeri, Managing Editor. STAND-
ING: Kathy Brady, Art Editorg Andi
Goeb, Assistant Editor,
DOREEN HYDE, Editor
PAUL DAGLE, Business Manager
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HAWKEYE staff combines efforts to produce 5Ist yearbook
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The 1966 HAWKEYE tries to show the life
of the different kinds of people that make
up a university community, said Doreen
Hyde, editor-in-chief of the book.
For adviser Wilbur Peterson, the 76th
edition has had particular meaning for it is
retire as professor of journalism in August
the last hook he will advise. Peterson will
after being adviser 15 years.
Business manager Paul Dagle sold more
than 5,000 books for a new record. Chief
photographer Mike Toner was in charge
of taking more than 500 pictures.
A staif of more than 25 copy Writers
strived to present the story of the 1965-66
year in memorable form. Their goal was
to produce a book that would bring anoth-
er All-American rating from the Associated
Three slaffs work individually +o combine deadlines
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SECTION EDITORS, BOTTOM ROW: Vona Custer, ROW: John Cloyed, Pam Emerson, Kay Krueger, lane
Tam Duggleby, Margaret Fones, Gail Longanecker. TOP Henrickson, Carolyn Rinker.
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FONES, GAYLE HALLENBECK, RON Buss.
The sounds of ty
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Daily Iowan covers news
of campus, city events
The Daily Iowan began production this
fall with a new rotary press installed in the
Sidwell Building across from the Communi-
cations Center. Previously a flatbed press
had been used.
The new press can print a I6-page paper
using spot color or a 20-page edition in
black and white.
Editor Ion Van, appointed by SPI,
chooses his own staff, subject to the approv-
al of the trustees.
The DI brings national, local and cam-
pus news to students Tuesday through Sat-
urday each week. Special editions of the
paper include the University issue, sent to
freshmen each year.
Publisher Edward P. Bassett oversees the
paper, which has a circulation of about Il,-
sitors as reporters work to beat afternoon deadlines.
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N ALAN Kcrroic, Advertising Managerg PAUL Dr-
BLASIO, Classified Advertising Manager.
Business side lakes charge of Daily Iowan operalions
EARL E. NORDBROCK, Circulation Manager Rox' E. IJUNSMORE, Advertising Director
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P. BASSETT, Publisher Daily Iowan and HAWKEYE
WSUI-KSUI provide programs 'For University community
WSU1-KSU1 is operated by the Division
of Extension and University Services. The
paid professional staff is made up of a sta-
tion manager, program director and four
program assistants. lournalism students,
under the supervision of a School of Jour-
nalism faculty member, provide news cov-
One of 300 stations in the nation that
are operated by educational institutions,
the station began broadcasting in 1919 un-
der the experimental license 9YA.
WSUI is heard 84 hours a week at 910
kc. and KSU1, an FM station, is heard 15
hours a Week at 91.7 mc.
BRUCE MORROW, Managing Editor
JOHN CORCORAN, Assistant News Dixecto
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news for WSUI broadcast.
Tom Rieke greets his audience as
host for Tea Time music.
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Television Center trains students in 'filming techniques
A scene from a student production is reflected in the cam-
era's viewfinder as a student waits for his cue.
In 1931 the Federal Communications
Commission granted the University the
first experimental television license given to
any university in the World.
This station was WQXK, the first TV
station West of the Mississippi and the first
educational television service in the United
At the present time the television center,
Linder the direction of Samuel L. Becker,
prepares students for television careers and
encourages them to attempt independent
creative work in films.
Experiments are being conducted with
nonverbal communication in order to bet-
ter understand the process by which com-
munication goes on.
The center is also used by the university
for closed circuit teaching in such fields as
dentistry, medicine, nursing and education.
Students form a silhouette on the monitors used while
simulating broadcasting of a live television show,
A television student learns how to use a camera by partici-
pating in a laboratory designed to give realistic experience.
Trustees of Student Publications, Inc., from left to right ton, Dale M. Bentz, Ardys Ruby fsecretaryj, Orville Hitch-
are: Iohn B. Bremner, David Hickman, Carol Carpenter, cock, Lane Davis, Barb johnson.
Thomas Stone, Edward P. Bassett Cpublisherj, Iay Hamil-
SPI oversees yearbook, newspaper, football programs
DALE M. BENTZ, Chairman
The central function of Student Publica-
tions, Inc. CSPIQ is to provide the contin-
uity of management and policies necessary
for consistent high quality performance by
The Daily Iowan, Hawkeye and Iowa Foot-
The board is composed of five students
elected by the student body and four fac-
ulty members appointed by the president.
The publisher of the three publications is
also present at monthly board meetings.
Each year the board selects the editor
and business manager of the Hawkeye and
editor of the Iowan.
Leslie G. Moeller, director of the School
of Iournalism, was presented a certificate
of achievement by the board last fall for I8
years of service as chairman of SPI. He
retired from the board in Iune, 1965.
BOTTOM ROW Roger Anderson Elizabeth Edson Iohn Frantz, Richard Pundt, George Soukup, Dan Nicol, Dean
Platt William Parisi Becky Huxtablc ROW 2 Peter Deerberg.
Bull Parisi, John Platt are leaders of I965-66 Student Senate
The l965-66 Student Senate executive
cabinet was headed by President Bill Pa-
risi and Vice-President Iohn Platt.
A S299 round trip, 61-day flight to Eur-
ope Was planned by the Senate. The possi-
bility of organizing a discount program for
students with local merchants was also
A proposal on a change in closing hours
for women students was referred to the
Committee on Student Life who decided
that beginning next fall junior Women
would have no hours. A change in the ju-
dicial review program Which set up appel-
late courts Was also proposed.
The executive cabinet members act as a
lobby group with University administrators
as well as the voice of the students.
Iowa Siudeni' Association created by governmeni' reorganization
The reorganization of student govern-
ment plan, approved by the Committee on
Student Life and President Bowen, calls
for the creation of an Iowa Student Associ-
ation. The president of this group would
be the president of Iowa Student Associa-
tion Senate, similar to the old Student Sen-
While reorganization plans were being
made, this year's Senate sought to estab-
lish a closer relationship with students.
Questionnaires concerning issues being
studied by the group were sent to housing
units to discover student opinion on
changes. One change, nixed by the admin-
istration, would have changed the final
week schedule. The Senate also sought
student opinions on serving beer in the Un-
ion and on the abolishment of the liberal
arts foreign language requirement.
BOTTOM ROW: Sally Aufrecht, Steve Trecker, Dick
Mundy, Steve Teichner, Lee Theisen, Dick Iennings, Wil-
liam Parisi, Iohn Platt, Iudv Kinnamon, Sue Munson, Otto
Englehardt, Mary Austin, Sue Michich, Martha Hammon.
Student Senate, president Bill Parisi, listens to a discussion
during a committee meeting.
TOP ROW: Liz Edson, Dean Deerberg, Dan Nicol, Becky
Huxtable, Dick Pundt, Rogert Anderson, Iohn Vust, Dave
Mason, Walter Barbee, Dave Raymond, George Soukup,
Tom Hanson, Sue Curtis, Iohn Riherd.
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BOTTOM ROW: Ieffrey Shapiro, Ieftrey White, Andrew Robinson, Larry Earley, Iohn Loughran. TOP ROW: Dick Mundy,
Carolyn Rinker, Tom Hanson.
Commission seeks better relations between city, University
The University-City Relations Commission,
Corps, discounts for students, and a survey
made up of 24 members, worked on three of dormitory and oft-campus housing.
main projects this year: the Student Service
Freshmen Intern Program gives insight into student government
The Freshman Intern Program gave 60
freshmen an insight into student govern-
ment. The group studied campus organi-
zations such as Student Senate, Union
BOTTOM ROW: Mary Knudsen, Cathy Bolton, janet
Leipold, lean Sulek, lean Beary, Cath LeRoy, Ann McIl-
rath, Carole Heseman, Kathie Dunn. ROW 2: Kirk
Bradley, Ian Lutjen, Lynn Weiss, Randee Schafroth, Ieanne
Iacob, Kathie Beres, Kathy Schweiker, Iudy Price, Sharon
Board, Town Men-Town Women, and
AWS. Several were elected to Student
Hepker, M. Iill Wiley, Sally Hyde, John Chisholm. ROW
3: Carl Varner, Kent Barnard, Carl Stuart, David Schroll,
Randall Swisher, Iugh Leo, William Waxenberg, Ieffrey
White, joseph Sturm.
People-To-People Committee members
continued their work this year to promote
friendships and better understanding be-
tween foreign students on campus and
The Hospitality Committee arranged
dinners and teas for foreign students at
housing units. Tours of farms and indus-
tries and visits to city council and Student
Senate meetings were made. The events
committee organized Halloween and Christ-
mas parties and the International Song Fes-
The forum committee held group dis-
triendship, better understanding
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culture of foreign countries. Both Ameri- C Q
can and foreign speakers addressed these gt, .
meetings. T ' - 'ik
The a1'I1baSS3d01'S 3l9I'OaCl COI'I11'1'1ltt6epla1'1- Senators to represent the fraternity system are also elect-
ned summer trips to Europe for students. ed durmg the Spmg'
BOTTOM ROW: Iohanna Biebesheimer, Phyllis Noecker, ROW: Douglas Iones, Iohn VerSteeg, lim Federhart.
Margaret Nichols, Tam Duggleby, Laura Barker. TOP
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Project AID sponsors casino party to raise scholarship money
Members of the student body made their choices for cam-
pus leaders during the general election.
BOTTOM ROW: Lee Dicker, Lynn Bowman, Dean Deer-
berg, Dick Iennings, Richard Echternacht. ROW 2: Cin-
dy Dreibelbis, Iudy Rushton, Charlene Bush, Sharon
A casino party complete with gambling
tables and costumed hostesses was one of
Project AlD's fund raising programs for
the year. Students attending the party
gambled with "chips', which they received
Banks in the shape of the letter "I" were
used to collect donations at football games.
Letters requesting donations were sent to
parents of all America students attending
The commission also Worked on a cam-
pus phraseology booklet which will prob-
ably be sold at fall registration.
Profits from projects Went into the AID
scholarship fund. Three full tuition schol-
arships made possible by interest on the
fund were awarded. The awards are made
by the University Scholarship Committee.
Dean Deerburg was commissioner this year.
Weiner, Susan Friedlieb. ROW 3: William Heitmeier,
Sally Hildreth, Stephanie Guiney.
Homecoming badge 'Features Herky in overalls, wielding frowel
The sale of badges picturing Herky in
overalls wielding a trowel, symbolizing the
growth of the University, financed Home-
coming activities. The Homecoming Com-
mittee and its subcommittees were in
charge of coordinating all aspects of Home-
coming including the Miss U of I Pageant,
the parade which featured the theme "And
Thereby Hangs a Talef, the dance With
music by the Glenn Miller Orchestra, pub-
licity, pep rallies, badge sales, exhibits and
The committee is composed of 50 stu-
dents, 25 faculty members and four or five
community members, all appointed by
President Bowen. David Kyner and Royce
Beckett, professor of mechanics and hy-
draulics, were general co-chairmen of the
David Kyner, general co-chairman of the Homecoming
Committee, talks to co-chairmen of the subcommittees.
BOTTOM ROW: Phyllis Noecker, David Kyner, Ioann Chmura. TOP ROW: Laura Barker, Pamela Emerson, Dean Deerberg,
BOTTOM ROW: Dave Schmidt, Susan Sondrol, Ronald tricia Smith, Saundy Batman. ROW 3: Michael Thomas,
Wendt, Fran Shrauger, Dan Nicol. ROW 2: Dean Bur- Kenneth Versman, Dave Bennett, Steven Combs.
esh, Karmen Hobbs, Linda Lamson, Mary Schantz, Pa-
Orientation Council helps freshman through first college weeks
Freshmen, seated according to their iclentihcation numbers,
get their hrst glimpse of University life,
Freshmen were divided into groups by
major fields and visited homes of faculty
members in their areas of interest in a new
approach to this yearis orientation program.
The academic reception, which replaced the
president's reception this year, was also or-
ganized according to students, major fields.
Other activities to acquaint freshmen
with campus life included a mass meeting
in the Field House, activities open house,
church night, and recreation night.
More than 300 orientation group leaders
prepared for their job at leadership train-
ing sessions last spring. During the sum-
mer, leaders Wrote personal letters to their
group members explaining life as a Uni-
Transfer students received orientation in-
formation from faculty members this year
instead of being included in the formal or-
Union Board presents 550 so
Union Board presented an enlarged pro-
gram of social, recreational, and cultural
events to suit the tastes of a growing num-
ber of students this year. Headed by presi-
dent Rick Davis, vice-president Pat Van
Heel, and executive secretary Ianet Pease,
the board is composed of 14 directors, 10
from undergraduate colleges and four from
the graduate college. Each director is an
executive or heads one of the 12 program
areas. These areas are divided into specific
committees and chairmen and committee
members for each. With this organization,
the board is able to sponsor 550 events a
A change in the movies area was the
charging of admission and more viewing
times. A change in organization came when
directors for 1966-67 were selected by per-
sonal interviews, rather than being elected
by the student body.
SEATED: Carl Fackler, Iohn Gleysteen, Iohn Rupp, Caro-
lyn Lukensmeyer, Rick Davis, Iohn Fink, Rick Petersen,
cial, recreational, cultural events
Student Senate President Bill Parisi answers a question
during a session of Union Board's "Issues and Answers."
Sheila Bauer, Dave Bennett. STANDING: Byron Clemons,
Ioe McCabe, Sally Foss, Ianet Pease.
Specira is new Union Board subcommittee, plans entertainment
Spectra was added to the expanding
number of Union Board subcommittees
which plan events such as Cinema 16,
Soapbox Soundoff, College Quiz Bowl,
Thieves Market, Jazz Night and Open
House. Spectra sponsored afternoon and
evening entertainment including the TGIF
dances on Friday afternoons.
The Hospitality Committee hosts and
hostesses were on hand to give tours of the
Subcommittee members totaled 331 stu-
dents this year. These students will be con-
sidered for committee chairmanships for
A panel reading sponsored by Union Board featured traditional
President and Mrs. Bowen accept a Christmas tree presented
by the University community in a Union ceremony.
M. L. Huit, dean of students, pours for Union stall
personnel at a Union Board Coffee.
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storm at the Project AID casino
party at the Union.
Willie Masconi, world-famous
pocket billiards player, lines up
Central Party Committee brings performers 'ro campus
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CPC members get instructions for an upcoming concert.
The Central Party Committee selects and
provides professional concert entertainment
of the University student body. An annual
preference poll tells CPC members who the
students would like to see.
CPC may not always be able to secure
the student's first choice in performers, but
trys to contract the top choices.
Appearing this year was the Glen Miller
Orchestra at the Homecoming dance, Glen
Yarborough, Iohnny Mathis, and Ferrante
and Teicher during Mother,s Day Week-
CPC was led this year by: Frank Tan-
gren, president, Iim Carlton, vice-president,
Carolyn Dick, secretary, and Hank Lischer,
BOTTOM ROW: Patti Larson, Barb Collins, Frank Tan- Pastras, Iames Carlton, Hank Lischer, Hugh Mossman,
gren, Susan Olson, Becky Huxtable. TOP ROW: Ted Michael Moon.
BOTTOM ROW: Stephanie Guiney, Michele Telford,
Janet Leipold, Iames Rochotte, Kristin Summerwill, Nancy
Shepherd, lean Beary. ROW 2: Pamela Book, Chandra
Carr, Ian Lutjen, Iean Heeren, Martha Hamman, Dana
Hendrickson, Ian Huff, Ginna Baker. ROW 3: Tom
Shay, Don Lamp, Robert Allen, Hugh Leo, Randall Swisher.
CPC Subcommittee members execute necessary tasks
A CPC subcommittee plans details on how to set up the
The workhorses of the Central Party
Committee are the students who work for
the four subcommittees. The subcommit-
tee members must attend to such details
as setting up the stage presentations and
getting publicity about upcoming perform-
ances into every cranny of the campus.
Membership on a subcommittee gives
students the necessary experience to work
on the main committee. Students are se-
lected to serve on the subcommittees each
fall after submitting applications and being
interviewed by a selection committee.
The four subcommittees are: Tea and
Bids, Entertainment, Publicity, and Dec-
BOTTOM ROW: Sally Foss, Carolyn Dick, Patricia Carlson, Leslie Parker. TOP ROW: Ted Pastras, Dave Bennett, Rick
Petersen, Iames Carlton, director.
Pageant Board supervises uni'l' skits, queen campaigns
Susie Grneiner, Chuck Huebner, Mimi Black.
Smiling girls dressed in costumes rang-
ing from cheerleaders and football players
to sailors and pirates danced and sang the
praises of their candidates the big night of
the Miss U of I Pageant. Adaptions of hit
songs from Broadway plays and modern
dances were popular among the 19 skits
presented by Women's housing units. Each
of the 19 candidates was presented in a
fashion parade, also.
The job of coordinating the pageant was
performed by the nine members of the
Pageant Board, headed by lim Carlton,
The Week preceeding Homecoming was
filled with various forms of campaigning
by the five finalists and their housing units.
The Week was climaxed by the crowning
of Miss Sheila Bauer as Miss U of I for
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Pageant Committee helps board organize pep rally, publicity
The Pageant Committee helps to organ-
ize the details of the production of the Miss
U of I Pageant. The committee selected
judges and entertainment for the Pageant.
They watched rehearsals of each of the 19
skits presented by Women's housing units,
giving criticisms, timing and helping to iron
out technical problems of lighting, props
and music. The committee also handled
publicity, gifts for the queen and her cor-
Miss U of I for 1965 was crowned in a
special ceremony on the east steps of Qld
Capitol following the Homecoming parade.
A pep rally preceded the coronation and
presentation of the queen's court. A large
traveling trophy was presented to the
queen's housing unit.
YWCA's program helps University through service proiecfs
BOTTOM ROW: Priscilla Benge, Cherrelyn Chuck, Steph-
anie Gulne Billie Redfield. TOP ROW- Mart Ro w ll,
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Ioan Cook, Mary Buckley.
The Young Womenis Christian Associ-
ation added two projects to their list of
yearly activities. During the Christmas
season, the YWCA held a Christmas gift
sale featuring items from around the World,
with part of the proceeds going toward the
purchase of gifts for needy children in the
Appalachian area. Members also Went car-
oling for residents of area rest homes.
This year, Y coeds also held their Silver
Tea, and continued to serve the community
with their babysitting service and with vis-
itations through the YWCA Hospital Board.
In addition, the Y program was reorganized,
giving members a chance to do more work
on their own, under the direction of an
advisory board composed of prominent
Iowa City women.
YWCA oiiicers and members entertained students at their annual Silver Tea.
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BOTTOM ROW: Peggy Nordeen, Carolyn Lukensmeyer,
Brenda Schnede, Nancy Matthias, Kathy Buresh, Iane
Christiansen. ROW 2: Susan Sondrol, Linda Lamson,
AWS activities cover all aspect
A variety of activities kept the Associat-
ed Women Students' General Council and
committee members busy throughout the
Soon after classes started, freshmen and
transfer women had a chance to show off
their own wardrobe in the Profile Previews
style show. Highlighting the evening was
the selection of Miss Perfect Profile, Claire
AWS hosted a State Day which oflicers
from similar women's organizations at oth-
er Iowa schools attended. Speakers and dis-
cussion groups aided in the exchange of
The group also co-sponsored a survey
with Student Senate to find out opinions
about hours for women.
lVIother's Day Weekend and Internation-
al Festival rounded out the year.
Kathleen Neylan, Sue Curtis, Deanne Neuman, Ellen Tay-
lor. ROW 3: Margaret Fones, Martha Lipton, Ioan Coun
tryman, Barbara Beiter.
s of coeds, campus interests
Oflicers from Left: Peggy Nordeen, Carolyn Lukensrneyer
Brenda Schnede, Nancy Matthias, Kathy Buresh.
Personnel Board, Profile Previews
BOTTOM ROW: Mary Io Schaetzel, Annette Hall, Ioan Heeren, Barbara Beiter, lane Christiansen, Pam Case
Countryman, Sheila Bauer. TOP ROW: Ianet Sill, lean
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Martha Bergstresser, Margaret Scott, Sue Curtis, Iill Ruggeri.
Gillies, Gayle Gray.
Code for Coeds
Sherry Margosian, lane Christiansen.
OM ROW: Sandra Upson, Kathleen Neylan, Janet
n. TOP ROW: Sue Nelson, Susan Olson, Catherine
Red Cross, International Dinners
BOTTOM ROW: Gail Stoltz, Rosalyn Stenby, Ieri Schaff. TOP ROW: Diane Hawkinson, lean Beary, Mary Vietmeier, Indy
The profile previews style show gives freshmen women and
transfer students a chance to model their own clothes.
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BOTTOM ROW: Iudith Hanson, julie Hanson, Ioyce Ann Englehardt, Lucy Craigie, Sylvia Knott. ROW 3: Ruth
Evans, Bonnie Slatton, Mary Perharn, Christina Wallrich. Buelow, Nancy Arn, Marcia Hudson, Becky Yoho, Laura
ROW 2: Debbie Maguire, Doris Gibson, Betty Hanson, Barker, Claudette Heddens.
WRA adds several sports, awards trophies to intramural winners
BOTTOM ROW: Iulie Hanson, Ioyce Evans, Bonnie Slat-
ton. TOP ROW: Christina Wallrich, Mary Perham, Iu-
WRA sponsored another full year of in-
tramural activities this year with emphasis
on the social and recreational aspects of
sports. New tournaments added this year
were hockey, archery, softball, mixed canoe-
ing, mixed tennis, badminton, mixed vol-
leyball, fencing and mixed bowling.
The housing units that participated in
intramurals vied for three diderent awards.
The individual trophies went to the win-
ners of each sport, the championship tro-
phy to the housing unit with the highest
total points at the end of the year, and the
traveling trophy to the housing unit with
the best participation during the year.
In May, WRA was the host for a sports
day which was attended by 48 schools be-
longing to the Iowa Athletic and Recreation
Federation of College Women.
WRA members participate in badmin-
Mixed bowling was one of many WRA
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Seals spoof television in annual synchronized water show
OFFICERS FROM LEFT: Iackie Moeller, Sue Spormann,
Beth Kappy and President Dorothy Feldman.
BOTTOM ROW: Left to right: Miss Annie Clement, ad-
visor, Pat Smith, Iudy Osborn, Carolyn Porter, Beth Kappy,
Sue Spormann, Dorothy Feldman. Gigi Chalstrom, Pam
Henderson, Barbara Weeks. ROW TWO: Barb Moore,
Pam Misfeldt, Toni Horseiield, Lynda Sedenka, Ianet Har-
"Channel I-I2O,' provided the theme for
this year's Motheris Day Weekend water
show by the Seals Club. The synchronized
swimmers' program consisted of a look at
Girls prepared for their show and meets
at Monday and Thursday evening practic-
es. Members of the club attended the Mid-
west Intercollegiate meet at Ohio State,
the International Academy of Aquatic Art
Festival in Seattle and various workshops
According to Annie Clement, the adviser,
the club is organized for three purposes-
to give students an opportunity to develop
skill in stunts and creative swimming, to
provide instruction for the inexperienced,
and to give the highly skilled a chance to
participate in meets and shows.
per, Iackie Moeller fin centerj Kathy Marbach, Ianene
Kuhl, Ian Threlkeld, Bette Smith: ROW THREE: Gin-
ny Therrien, Sue Balsam, Carol Iackson, Iulie Rodman,
Sandy Soults, Angela Brinkley, Janet Moore, Cindy Landes.
BOTTOM ROW: Ike Heller, Neil Schmitt, Paul Monohan,
Bill Sayre, Tom Golsborough, Mike Petersen. ROW 2:
Don Hatch, Rick Echternacht, Alan Schenchk, Maurice Le-
Vois, Peter Levy, Skip Iensen. ROW 3: Keith McCanless,
Terry Siorek, Al Smith, Tim Barnes, Bobby Dickson, Ken
'A Dip in the Dunes' provides
Dolphin Queen candidates wait their turn during judging
Gordon, Dale Sheahan, Pete Drozdowixz, Ken McBeath.
ROW 4: Iohn Ferguson, Ralph Cryder, Lloyd Matthes, Al-
len L. Hostetler, George Marshall, Ron Berry, Torn Ren-
quist, Iohn Scheda, Tom Mills, Iohn Morton.
setting 'For Dolphins show
An Arabian setting provided the back-
ground for this year's annual Dolphin Fra-
ternity Homecoming show, "A Dip in the
Dunes? The show revolved around three
Arabs who were repeatedly repulsed in
their efforts to catch a glimpse of their
queen in her court. Their queen this year
was Sara Horstman, who was attended by
Cheryl Ames, Barbara Shaffer, Judy Allen
and Virginia Hans.
This year's show was dedicated to Beu-
lah Gundling, world champion synchroniz-
ed swimmer. Mrs. Gundling appeared in
the show in a solo presentation, "Our Star
of the East?
The fraternity has provided Homecom-
ing entertainment for 43 years. It also de-
velops the gymnastic and swimming skills
of its members through clinics and compe-
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BOTTOM ROW: Richard Shepley, David Kyner, Patricia ROW 3: Dean Deerberg, Ioan Fitzpatrick, Barbara Collins.
Smith, Michael Thomas. ROW 2: Pam Case, Iane Ander- ROW 4: William Heitmeier, Kent Ziegler.
son, Sharon Dirks, Diane Schoenberg, Phyllis Noecker.
Pep Club promotes support
Yell leader Bruce French encourages the cheering section
to wave their hats.
for Iowa athletic events
Dave Kyner again led Pep Club in pro-
moting enthusiastic support of the U of I
athletic teams. The twelve members of the
council expanded the number of cheerlead-
ers from four to six this year and inaugurat-
ed a traveling spirit trophy. The trophy
was given to the housing unit that Won the
most points for participation in Pep Club
sponsored events. Points Were awarded for
attendance at pep rallies, stunts and the
best theme in the car caravan for Dad's
A greased pig contest, a search for the
needle in a haystaclc and a street dance pro-
vided big sendofis for the football team.
The Pep Club arranges for students to
buy season tickets from the Athletic De-
partment each spring on a First come, first
serve basis for the cheering block section of
Pep Club Subcommittees takes charge of pep rally duties
The Pep Club subcommittee system was
renovated again this year, switching from
five committees to seven. The committees
are in charge of the various duties for Pep
Club events. Over 50 students work on the
The cheering block committee bought
and sold tickets to students for the reserv-
ed section, While the arrangements commit-
tee Was in charge of staging and getting
sound equipment on the field and to rallies.
The cheerleaders comprised a separate com-
mittee this year and decided to bring back
the live "I-Ierky" the Hawk to sit on a perch
for all home football games. Other commit-
tees were: mass membership, publicity, ral-
lies, and special events.
BOTTOM ROW: Sheri Lundeen, Beth Nickolisen, Mary
Iames, Lynne Marshak, Roberta Kreamer, Christine Parke.
ROW 2: Michael Norton, Carolyn Mueller, Helen Toms,
Rosemary Ronnebaum, Lavola Spieker, Connie Henning,
Marilee Reemtsma, Ellen Dustman. ROW 3: Barbara Hig-
The U of I cheerleaders perform one of their cheers, new
gins, Carolynn Isham, Linda Gies, Pam Ellertson, Patti
McCabe, Beth Ellis, Nicky Harmon, Kent Ziegler. ROW
4: Hugh Mossman, Ioe Whitehouse, Stan Lemon, Randy
Woloski, Randy Swisher, Ron Poole, Nate Dappen, Charles
Scottish Highlanders perform through a year of change
Dancers from the Scottish Highlanders wait on the side-
lines for their turn.
BOTTOM ROW: H. Adamson, M. Petersen, S. Bell, I.
Herald, P. Stafford, I. Stewart Cfasst. directorj, L. Nolan
Cdrum majorj, I. Adamson, M, McAulay, M. Haase, C.
Bush, B. Luzius, I. Taylor. ROW 2: P. Klocksiem, C.
Schultz, M. Phillips, K. Steinbeck, M. Allen, I. Schafen-
acker, C. Dreibelbis, M. Morgan, I. Pesek, B. Brewer, P.
Mueller, I. Opheim, M. Schwiebert, I. Clayton, P. Peeks,
D. Dethrnann. ROW 3: M. McGinnis, B. Myatt, C. Reed,
M. Nice, I. Ranniger, M. Murphy, G. Mashaw, D. Butt,
For the Scottish Highlanders, 1966 was
a year of change. Led by Drum major Lin-
da Nolan and assistant director Iohn Stew-
art, the group marched and danced their
Way through the football season.
Highlights of their performances not on-
ly consisted of precision drilling, but Scot-
tish dances. These included the Highland
Fling, The Shepherdis Crook, and the
Sword Dance. The Drum Dance was also
performed during Homecoming.
Tragedy struck the group this fall, when
William Adamson, director of the High-
landers for years, died. The girls and as-
sistant director Stewart kept the Highland-
ers together, and they pursued their normal
winter activities which included a banquet
for group members.
D. Kennedy, C. Flaum, E. Wentworth, M. Anderson, I.
Thomas, S. Walker, P. Bushaw, S. Yetter, C. Chervek.
ROW 4: P. Dale, D. Rogers, D. Hartjen, B. Deahl, D, Sage,
N. Weaver, I. Siesseger, L. Rubel, C. Neville, C. Kahane,
C. Wiebener, C. Lukensrneyer, I. Robertson. ROW 5: M.
O'Bryon, C. MacLaren, C. Angus, K. DeBolt, S. Ienks, C.
Williams, C. Hasty, S, Knight, K. Levi, I. Hays, S. Allers,
I. Hitchcock, B. Nickolisen.
BOTTOM ROW: Bob Gebhard, Rex Daubenberger, E. A. Iuli Sullivan, Kay Lesar, Charles Wilhite, Iames Dunham,
Scholer, Edith Anderson, Phoebe Stafford, Delbert Gehrke, Glenn Dooley. ROW 3: Walt Wombacher, Iames Carson,
Karen Koser, David Moss, Jeanne Sherrow, Kieth Loan, Lonis Alley, Robert Brovm, Robert Nakashima, Beverly
Phil Williamson. ROW 2: Stephen Moss, Ed Snyder, Craig Deuel, Sara Swenson, Ann McCall, Pamela Klocksiem,
Dawson, Sarah Reading, Heidi Rutenbeck, Karen Kregness, Katherine Hughes, Lynne Hippler, Carole Duggleby.
U of I Recreation Associaiion initiates new program
The U of I Recreation Association is
composed of students with majors or mi-
nors in recreation. The group presented a
Epsilon Phi seeks permission
Nancy Lubin was president of Epsilon Phi,
wornen's social group, this year. The group
BOTTOM ROW: Penny Burian, Bonnie Robinson, Cheryl
Venet, Nancy Lubin, Gail Brodkey, Phyllis Hoyt, Carla
Conn. ROW 2: Iudith Kart, Paulette Weiner, Nancy
Schiller, Andrea Schiff, Gale Bailey, Barb Kilberg, Meraly
panel discussion at the Iowa Recreation
Society Congress and participated in the
colonize on U of I campus
sought to colonize on campus, but the Pan-
hellenic Council refused them permission.
Nabedrick, Barbara Schwartz, Haine Penner. ROW 3:
Lynne Marshak, Iennine Kraft, Terry Phillips, Elaine
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BOTTOM ROW: Suzanne Heddesheiiner, Nancy Hogan,
Ann Mosher, Alvina Longstreth, Susan Pierson, Iuanita
Holland, Mary McAulay. ROW 2: Bonnie Rettig, Dolores
Hansen, Iudith Bentrott, Ioyce Anderson, Vanna Folsom,
Kathryn Sentman, Louise Grimm, Kathryn Owens. ROW
3: Jackie Schlotterback, Sandi Dixon, Elizabeth Specht,
Iudith Elpert, Mary Keele, Karen Boggard, Kathleen Thors-
bakken. ROW 4: Linda Sanders, Ieanene Dittrich, Nancy
Brown, Kent Hamdorf, David Miller, Iulianne Iewell, Don-
Home Economics Club gives award to outstanding senior
The annual initiation dinner and presen-
tation of the Myrna Sprengeler Memorial
Award to the outstanding home economics
senior and a tea to acquaint high school
girls with the home economics department
are among the activities of the Home Ec-
Junior Panhellenic Council helps pledges adjust to campus
The 15 sorority pledge class presidents
who form the Iunior Panhellenic Council
organized mass meetings of lectures of Uni-
versity faculty memhers, panels of frater-
BOTTOM ROW: Sue Lawrence, Cathy LeRoy, Sarah
nity men and other programs throughout
the year to help sorority pledges adjust to
the Greek system and the University.
or. TOP ROW: Kathy Boucher, Mary Spencer, Lois Rad-
Cline, Ian Lutjen, Madelyn Ray, Gayle Grace, Vicki Nail- loif, Kathy Anderson, Iean Miller, Ian Ford.
BOTTOM ROW: Thalia Alberts, Barbara Binney, Toni
Nash, Alan Redfern, Dirk Rapp, Ramesh Ajmera, Janice
Iohnson, Elaine Cohrs. ROW 2: Kathy Schweiker, Suthi
Aksornkitti, Anastasio Brobesong, Tsuyoshi Ueda, Pravin
Sheth, Adnan Al-Gil-iraibawi, Betty Horton. ROW 3: Vic-
torien Looky, Alex Ogedegbe, Jurgen Richter, Ronald Linde,
Roland Glover, Michael Hayward, Stephen Gross.
International Center provides facilities for foreign students
The recreation room offers students a place to play table
tennis, and darts and exchange ideas about their countries.
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provides a home away from home for for-
eign and American students in which to ex-
change ideas and information and to learn
to appreciate the customs and cultures of
each otheris nations.
The International Festival, organized by
the Association, is its biggest event. Other
activities such as mixers, seminars, and lec-
tures are a part of the association's yearly
The International Center, next to Kate
Daum, is open daily offering a homelike at-
mosphere where students can gather for
conversation, relaxation, or study.
BOTTOM ROW: A. Hostetler, I. Chisholm, R. Echter-
nacht, W. Parisi, C. Varner, P. Frantz, M. Monohan, I.
Christiansen, L. Krewson, G. Krekel, G. Galic, R. Sikma,
I. Meier, D. Bell, I. Iacob, N. Shaw. ROW 2: R. Nading,
C. Friedl, M. Hurst, R. Riddle, I. Morgan, L. Larson, M.
Mae Petersen, N. Dillingham, C. Morras, I. Starr, S.
Scheidenhelm, R. Burke, I. Sulek, S. Hanson, L, Blandford,
D. Yager, D. Faulk. ROW 3: C. Wagner, E. Ransom, C.
Stamer, I. Chrisman, G. Cottingham, L. Gee, L. Duvall, M.
Spencer, I. Camden, S. Micich, S. Pierson, I. Iohnston, L.
Weis, C. Ray, P. Cadwallader, M. Royer, K. Barclay, M.
Iones, T. Alberts. ROW 4: C. Arvidson, W. Willey, B.
Fallgatter, D. Lockridge, V. Nielsen, R. Heaton, D. Ander-
son, R. Thompson, I, Smith, R. Nesladek, L. Bright, M.
Fuller, G. Wunder, M. Weldon, C. Robertson, C. Hauke,
D. Krekel. ROW 5: T. Reithal, L. Guerine, I. Schweppe,
E. Glesne, R. Curtis, R. Wylie, M. Coats, I. Loughran, I.
Hanson, H. Maas, G. Soukup, R. Pundt.
Young Republicans invite party leaders +o speak al' lowa
An address by House Minority Leader
Gerald Ford of Michigan started oHf the
year's activities for the Young Republicans.
The group held a luncheon for Senator l a-
cob Iavits when he visited the campus for
the Political Affairs Conference. Iowa Re-
publican National Cornmitteeman Charles
Wittenmeyer and Republican National
BOTTOM ROW: G, Butcher, I. Broers, D. Bohle, N.
Voldseth, M. Kochel, K. Padgham, B. Rosebrook, I. Hamil-
ton, B. Waxenber , I. Federhart, C. Christensen, I. El-
liott. ROW 2: S. Dahms, B. Riehm, K. Schweiker, K. Kal-
tenborn, P. Sincox, I. Glos, I. Gerwin, S. Wolken, S. Wol-
ken, L. Davis, S, Wolken, B. Shimanek, I. Campbell, H.
Cornrnitteewoman Mary Louise Smith also
spoke to the group.
Young Republicans from the University
attended the college Republican state con-
vention in St. Louis. Members also took
trips in groups to see and hear speeches by
Republican politicians such as Senator Ev-
Olsen. ROW 3: U. Such, E. Engel, P. Meier, K. Cameron,
C. Kubicek, N. Hoskin, I. Carter, C. Norton, C. Beever,
R. Bowlin, I. Wunder, K. Arps, S. Houghton, S. Canaday.
ROW 4: I. Whitehouse, M. Martin, I. Platt, E, Bennett,
N. Wilson, I. Heeren, S. Miller, I. Brown, T. Stone, D.
Nickman, D. Bye, E. Woon.
BOTTOM ROW: Helen Goodell, Mary Lou Nebel, Sue
Lawrence, Carolyn Smith, Nadya Forrnenko, Kathryn Kal-
tenborn. ROW 2: Iane Christiansen, Ellen Taylor, Rosalie
Bowman, Carolyn VanZee, Ioan Countryman, B. I. Red-
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held, IoAn Olson. ROW 3: Sue Curtis, Bonnie Fletcher
Susan Wright, Beth Nickolisen, Lisa DeVoe, Carolyn Sha-
piro. ROW 4: Libby Blandford, Alice Davis, Gayle Hallen-
beck, Sue Galloway, Laura Barker.
Panhellenic Council promotes cooperation among sororities
The annual Panhellenic Scholarship
Banquet and Greek Week plans were among
the activities of Panhellenic Council under
the leadership of Carolyn Smith, president.
The group also discussed matters concern-
ing sororities and worked to promote coop-
eration among them.
Gamma Phi's Mother Ioyce serves refreshments after her girls were serenaded during Greek Week.
BOTTOM ROW: William Marvin, Mark Polen, Iohn Dar-
nall, Dean Dort, Bill Rosebrook, Steve Trecker, Dean Deer-
berg. ROW 2: Dale Iohnson, Torn Throckmorton, Mike
Reifschneider, Iohn Peil, Robert Muhlenbruch, Richard
Gruber, William Fanter. ROW 3: Iack Pilling, Ioe Smith,
Dan Anderson, Robert Benson, Mike Kirby, Larry Kuhl,
Gary Calhoun, Dave Ott. ROW 4: Iames Moses, Michael
Eunningham, Dick Montgomery, Harry Wirtz, Fred Per-
lnferfrafernify Council serves campus, community, fraternities
Interfraternity Council officers led the group in a variety
The lnterfraternity Council is both a
service and administrative organization of
the 19 fraternities on campus. The council
strives to give service to the campus, the
community, and the member fraternities.
Members of IFC include the president
and one elected representative of each
This year, IFC decided that spring rush
would be formal and held on one Weekend.
The council also pledged to support RILE-
EH and sponsored American Field Service
students during Greek Week weekend.
Officers for 1965-66 were Bill Rosebrook,
president: Dean Dort vice-presidentg Steve
Wherry, secretary, and lohn Darnall, treas-
BOTTOM ROW: Robert Benson, Glenn Buchanan, Rolly ROW: Richard Asinger, David Bennett, Barry Brown,
Perkins, Frank Renner, Thomas Rusk, lack Swanson. TOP Richard Shepley, David Hyde.
Phi Alpha Mu membership honors high scholastic achievement
Phi Alpha Mu is an honorary fraternity achieve a 3.3 gradepoint after 60 hours of
for men who are socially affiliated. Mem- college work.
bership is awarded to upperclassmen who
Junior lnterfraternity Council supplements chapter training
The Iunior Interfraternity Council seeks to campus. It is composed of the president
supplement chapter pledge training and and one representative of each pledge class.
prepare pledges for future leadership on
BOTTOM ROW: Bill Conkling, Craig Miller, Ted Marks, Tom Shay. TOP ROW: Kent Barnard, john Casper, Pat Stopulos,
Tom Cilman, Donald Schaper.
Shamrock Ball is biggest proieci' o'F Interdorm Social Board
A coed in Burge sets her hair in preparation for an inter-
BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Petersen, Deanne Neuman, lean Hudson,
Candy Wright, Ion Bowermaster.
The Interdorm Dance, the Shamrock
Ball, was the biggest project of the Inter
dorm Social Board. Candidates for the In-
terdorm Queen are selected by the menis
residence halls and the queen is crowned
at the dance. Holley August was this
year's queen and she presided over the
dance amidst the atmosphere of post St.
The board is composed of ten students,
each the social chairman of their housing
unit. The board also plans a number of
other activities such as mixers and picnics.
It is responsible for coordinating the plans
for the thousands of dorm residents.
Officers this year were Ion Bowerrnaster,
chairman, Anne Cox, secretary, and lean
Maggie Winkler. TOP ROW: Gary Graham, Anne Cox,
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Joyce Cargile, Catherine Roth, Dorothy Rowe. TOP ROW:
Ion Miller, Duane Cavins, Brooke Harris, Kate Williamson,
Interdorm Presiden+'s Council coordinates dorm activities
The Carnival Room is a favorite stopping place for after-
noon snacks and coffee.
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Dormitories are home to many students.
To make students feel more at home by pro-
viding opportunities for them to participate
in dormitory activities is the job of the In-
terdorm President's Council. IDPC is made
up of the presidents of each dorm and di-
rects other dorm groups such as the Inter-
dorm Social Board and the Interdorm Pub-
lic Relations Board. IDPC tries to help
students develop responsibility and organi-
zational skills by giving them jobs on the
committees necessary for the functioning of
the dormitory units. IDPC also serves as
a tie between dormitory residents and Uni-
Newly elected oflicers are prepared for
their duties at an annual Leadership Train-
ing Conference sponsored hy IDPC. Train-
ing consists of work in the organization
and activities of the dormitory housing
BOTTOM ROW: Larry Sprinkle, William Rubin, Neill
Luebke, Verne McClurg, adviser, Robert Hubbell, adviser,
Richard Echternacht, jerry Thatcher. ROW 2: Ioe White-
house, Bob Thompson, Stephen Thompson, George Ent-
whistle, lim McCoy, William Sibley, Marc Harding. ROW
3: William Morgan, Ralph Hollenberger, Iames Entwhistle,
Iarnes Sofen, Iames Shaifer, Robert Dixon. ROW 4: Rus-
sell Anderson, Stephen Odem, Iames Russell, Iames Sieg-
ling, Gary Hopson, Michael Finken. ROW 5: Rickey Long,
Ralph Proctor, William Tinsley.
Alpha Phi Omega holds blood drive as service proieci
Alpha Phi Omega members watch as a volunteer donates a
pint of blood in the Viet Nam drive.
A campus-Wide blood drive was one of
the service projects sponsored by Alpha Phi
Omega this year. The group is a national
fraternity for former Boy Scouts. Three
hundred and ten pints were donated. The
project was organized through the Peoria
Red Cross regional blood program. Twenty
volunteers from Alpha Phi Omega and
members of the Iowa City Red Cross Work-
ed during the day of the blood drive. Rich-
ard Echternacht and Iames McCoy were
co-chairmen of the drive. The fraternity
is considering making the blood drive an
The fraternity helped with University
registration taking care of the bulletin
board announcing closed sections and
courses. The group also participated in the
all-campus spring carnival.
Newman Club members participate in liturgy, hold vigil
The purpose of Newman Club is to help
its members develop in spiritual, intellec-
tual, and social aspects. Sponsoring the 300
Catholic members was the Chaplain of St.
Thomas More, the Rev. C. W. Stangohr.
Sunday evening suppers prepared by
members were followed by formal or infor-
mal programs. A December Bible Vigil was
held and to broaden their understanding
of religious groups on campus, Newman
members heard Iewish, Methodist and Uni-
tarian Universalist lecturers. Students par-
ticipated in the liturgy of 10 a.m. mass
Sundays and helped transport handicapped
children to mass.
Kathleen MacLean was president. Other
officers were Mary lane Bouska, treasurer,
and Margaret Donnelly, secretary.
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More to hear a mass said.
Father Mcllenny explains to students aspects of the liturgy.
Christus House seeks to provide dynamic atmosphere
Students gather around the piano at Christus House after
the Sunday evening supper.
Christus House, IoWa's Lutheran student
center, seeks to provide a dynamic atmos-
phere marked by openess and frankness.
In this setting, a co-educational community
of some 35 students of diverse interests and
talents lives and participates in a life to-
gether involving worship, study, conversa-
tion, common meals, and mutual responsi-
bility. It is a life non-residents and guests
are invited to share.
Christus House is open to persons of all
races and persuasions and provides a forum
for persons and ideas from the University
and the World. In being such a context for
growth in freedom and maturity, it tries to
be a "Christ Housen in the midst of the life
of the University.
Students from many different ways of life enjoy the homelike atmosphere of Christus House.
BOTTOM ROW: Helene Maduff, Sandi Starkopf, Robin san Friedlieb, Lynn Weiss, Richard Heller, Fred Diamond,
Smolin, Miriam Pollack, Gary Goldstein, Vicki Zeiger, Paul Eisner, Elaine Eisner, Cary Lieberman, Margie Pritz-
Mark Polen, Lindy Neuger, Rabbi Samuel Lerer. TOP ker.
ROW: Ianice Pernick, Leslie Rudnick, Gloria Osboda, Su-
Hillel Foundation sponsors Hanukkah party, discussions groups
The doors of Hillel House are open to members of the
Iewish faith and friends anytime.
The purpose of Hillel Foundation is to
provide a religious, cultural and education-
al center for Iewish students on campus.
Sponsored by the national B'nai Brith
Society and under the direction of Rabbi
Samuel S. Lerer, the Hillel members attend-
ed Sunday dinners and programs. A pro-
gram called "Retrospect', featured both
sides of the Vietnam protest followed by a
group discussion. Hillel offered Friday ser-
vices, a place to study and folk dancing for
140 members. The group sponsored a Han-
ukkah party and the United lewish Appeal
banquet Feb. 2 at the Hotel Ieflierson.
Officers were Miriam Pollack, presidentg
Vicki Zeiger, secretaryg and Ian Heller, vice-
BOTTOM ROW: Cynthia Stewart, Marilyn Tsukamoto,
lane Kading, Ruth Rogers, Ioan Cook, Ieannette Croxell,
Ianice Dockendorfi, Lucy Pampel, ROW 2: Iana Gates,
Evelyn Engel, lean Valentine, Pat Ruegg, Ianet Ridenour,
Maxine Hunt, Suzette I-Iawlaaker, Susan Willoughby, Shar-
Kappa Phi celebrates 50+
"Our Golden Heritage" was Kappa Phiis
theme for 1965-66. A service club for
Methodist Women, the group celebrated its
on Brown, Ruthellyn Hinton. ROW 3: Ruth Fleming,
Marcia Schnedler, Ann Tener, Martha Wilbanks, Ieanne
Turner, Sheryl Mahood, Nickey McGinnis, Ruth Burke,
Marilyn Peterson, Carolyn Speed.
h anniversary on Iowa campus
50th anniversary this year. Its major pro-
ject was teaching Sunday School to handi-
Gamma Delta stresses service, social activities
Gamma Delta, an organization for Lu-
theran students, brings members together
for service as Well as social activities. Each
BOTTOM ROW: David Stock, Wayne Hatwich, Steven
Combs, The Rev. Paul Hoenk, George Roberts, David
Groenewold, Barbara Becker, Enid Calder. ROW 2: Ielf
Musfeldt, Elaine Cohrs, Iohn Kreimar, Dave Feldman,
Stephen Echternach, Roger Aude, Melvin Rock, Dennis
Wegner, Ernest Howard. ROW 3: Barb Vetter, Carol
month a qualified speaker talked to the
group on various religious topics.
Eschbach, Andrea Gartley, Phyllis Harms, Sally Dahms,
Pamela Wiser, Ioan Ranniger, Vicki Wagner, Ruth Buelow,
Gretchen Grovert. ROW 4: Paul Schuh, Nancy Vetter,
Kathy Franzenburg, Patricia Murray, Robert Hintz, Ginny
Sailing club beats five schools to win regatta here in April
The Sailing Club won ftrst place in a re-
gatta held here in April, in which five
schools participated. The club has 12 boats
in operation, a clubhouse, dock, and eating
facilities at Lake Macbride. Membership is
open to interested students. Dues are S10
a year, with classes about the fundamentals
of the sport given so members can pass the
test required before actually sailing. The
new member is called a novice, if he passes
the test, he moves up to crew and after
passing a more advanced test, can become
Oliicers of the 125-member group this
year were Mike Touch, commodoreg LeRoy
GOH, vice commodoreg Tom Egbert, rear
Commodore, Mark Higginbotham, treasur-
erg Penny Smith, secretary: Bruce Beatty,
Heet captain, and lim Moore, buildings and
BOTTOM ROW: Kathie Beres, Robert Thompson, Michael
Touch, Iames Moore, Pennie Smith, Bruce Beatty, Tom
Egbert, Ianet Leipold. ROW 2: Stephen West, Ginna
Baker, Marty Rodwell, Mary Spencer, Debbie Brown, Di-
anne Moritz, lane Anderson, Nancy Shepherd, Frank Fach-
The clubhouse at Lake Macbride has lockers so members
can change there.
man. ROW 3: Brandt Echternacht, Sylvia Knott, Diane
Hellmund, Betty Woolfolk, Kristine Oddsen, Sally Aufrecht,
Bill Holt. ROW 4: Iohn Steelman, Leslie Gee, Sandra
Hammers, Ed Pritchard, Linda Mast, Ian Iohnson.
Old Gold Singers tour state, sing carols at Christmas +ime
The Old Gold Singers present favorite carols at Cocoa and
BOTTOM ROW: Pat Beighle, Ieanne Iirsa, Bruce Vos-
seller, Ann Iones, Patricia Gustafson, Sally Hickman, ROW
2: Douglas Iohnson, Dan Coon, Rita Hedstrom, Allan
Bode, Connie Corcoran, Roberta Altman, Luanne Keller,
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o n o r. z Ierry i cr, usan rimes, Ianice
Tonelli, jerry Atchison, Sandy Boyd, Gwen Cottingham,
The Old Gold Singers is a professional
group of non-music majors and one of the
University's best known student groups.
Under the direction of Mike Livingston,
the group toured Iowa and performed be-
fore Chicago alumni in May and presented
their annual cocoa and carols at Christmas.
A guitarist was added to the group this
year, permitting a Wider range of music to
More than 200 students audition for Old
Gold Singers every year and about 35 are
selected on the basis of personality, voice
quality, and appearance.
The group gives 40 to 50 shows annual-
ly and was invited to appear at Governor
Harold Hughes' inauguration in 1964.
Pat Thoma, Patricia Smieskog ROW 4: Iohn Gray, Carol
Randles, David Hvidston, lim Smith, Donald Griffith, Rob-
ert Wiltshire, Iohn Hadley, Mike Livingston, ROW 5:
Warren Iones, Mike Solomon. ROW 6: Ann Wayner, Rich-
Honorary Cadet colonel
is picked ai' 64+h annual
The 64th annual Military Ball was the
social highlight of the year for the Air
Force and Army cadets who attended.
The high point of the evening came with
the crowning of the Honorary Cadet Col-
onel. This outstanding senior girl is nom-
inated by her housing unit and selected fi:
from Five finalists by the members of the
Advanced Corps of Cadets.
Governor Harold Hughes reviews cadets on Governofs day.
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Governor Harold Hughes presents decorations and awards to outstanding cadets at Governor's Day ceremonies.
The ROTC mascot salutes the cadets as they march by.
Governor Hughes reviews
RCTC troops for fiH'h +ime
Governofs Day, an 84-year old tradition
at the University, marked Governor Har-
old Hughes, fifth review of the ROTC
troops. The governor and other state and
University officials have reviewed the U of
I Corps of Cadets once each year since 1881.
Governor Hughes presented decorations
and awards to outstanding cadets from
both services and then watched from the
reviewing stand as the cadets marched past.
Army Brigade, Air Force Wing make up ROTC program here
The Reserve Officers Training Corps pro-
gram at the University is composed of a
Brigade of Army Cadets and a Wing of Air
Force Cadets. The Army Brigade is com-
manded by a Cadet Brigade Commander
and his staff. The Air Force Wing is gov-
erned by a Cadet Wing Commander and
All joint standards, policies, and activities,
including Governor's Day and the Military
Ball, are supervised by the Corps Com-
mander with the aid of his staff.
The Corps Commander and the three
staff positions are alternated each year be-
tween the Army and the Air Force.
This year the Corps Commander was
Cadet Colonel Peter Wells of the Air Force.
The honor ol pinning the gold second lieutenant bars on a cadet goes to his mother, wife, or sweetheart.
First set ot gold second lieutenant bars given at commissioning
After four years of training and study,
the goal of an Air Force or Army cadet is
to take the oath of oliice and become a com-
Traditionally, the first set of gold second
Goal ot military taculty to train
The goal of the Universityis military fac-
ulty is to train college students to become
Army and Air Force ofticers.
BOTTOM ROW: Col. Brooks T. Booker, Major Norris W.
Overton, Major Allen G. Lincoln, Major William L. Bin-
nery, Captain Wayland D. Welty, Captain Robert A.
lieutenantis bars is pinned on by the cadet's
wife, mother or sweetheart. The ceremony
began when the Military Department was
founded in 1863.
college students as otticers
Cadets are instructed in the military sub-
jects necessary when they enter active
Stein. ROW 2: Captain Stanley R. johnson, Captain
Iohn H. Kirkwood, Major George V. Kmiotek, Major Iames
H. Ferguson, Colonel William N. Holm.
BOTTOM ROW: Ieflrey Petrie, Ierry Thorius, Michael
Hogan, William Irvine, Iohn Riherd, Larry Bailey, Robert
Stein, Kerry Alberti, Iohn Hermann, Thomas Purvis, Terry
Smothers, Iames Crawford, Michael O'Brien. ROW 2:
David Tom, Ian Maly, Wesley Griesbach, Burton Kross,
Dennis Braksiek, Patrick Mason, Iohn Benten, Roberta
Sheets, Dennis Page, Kevin Wall, Charles Houdesheldt,
Richard Nading. ROW 3: Warren Osterfoss, Robert Barn-
Arnold Aid Society is a national organi-
zation named in honor of Air Force General
"I-Iapv Arnold. Cadets with outstanding
hill, Iack Andrewson, Iohn Matthews, Richard Farow, Gary
Barker, Michael Farrier, Richard Maitzen, Ioe Campbell,
Ierorne lessen, Dan Griilith, Iim Ragan. ROW 4: Ron
Wolfe, Randy Iohnson, Terry Murtaugh, Gregory Montour,
Glen Anderson, Duane Vavroch, lay Baum, Gary Davis,
Steve Schneider, Carl Moore, Mike Parmely, Timothy Low-
leadership, scholastic and military abilities
are given an opportunity to develop traits
that will enhance their leadership abilities.
Air Force Drill Team
The Air Force Drill Team takes part in
organized competition with other ROTC
units within Iowa and in nearby states.
BOTTOM ROW: David Stock, Robert Neurneier, Marvin
Kipp, Allen Lincoln, Ion Malcolm, Robert Stein, Richard
Floyd, William Casey, Ioel Marks, Terry Berendts. ROW
2: Greer Sayles, Barry Timko, Iohn Burton, Darrell Kubik,
The group also performs at local sports
events. Membership is open to freshman
and sophomore cadets in Air Force ROTC.
Duane Vauroch, Iohn Jones, Kevin Wall, Dale Kaul. ROW
3: Iohn Monroe, Michael Solomon, Ric Snitkey, Mike Par-
mely, Clyde Tanita, Robert Neppl, Gerald Gehling.
Air Force Seniors
To become an Air Force senior cadet, a
student must complete three years of Air
Force ROTC study, be accepted into the
advanced course, demonstrate leadership
ability and show proficiency in physical
and mental examinations.
Each cadet spends four weeks one sum-
mer at an Air Force base. Cadets are ac-
quainted vvith Air Force life and gain train-
ing which will be valuable on active duty.
When they graduate, the senior cadets
will be awarded commissions as second
TOP ROW: Kerry Alberti, Lawrence Bailey, Iohn Benda,
Donald Bergert, Iohn Birkeland, Mark Bredall, Richard
Carmichael, Robert Cilek, Steven Combs. ROW 2: Iames
Crawford, Nathan Dillingham, Frederick Dimon, Kirk Dul-
fy, Douglas Fetzer, Alan Gehrke, Iohn Hermann, Alan Hos-
tetler, Michael Iennings. ROW 3: Paul Kendall, Melvin
lieutenants. They will then attend schools
Where they will be trained as pilots, navi-
gators and specialists in other technical and
If a cadet Wishes to obtain an advanced
degree in his major course of study, he is
eligible for an "educational delayf' He will
not go on active duty until his educational
goals have been attained.
Air Force seniors also have the responsi-
bility of supervision and operation of lead-
ership training programs.
chael Nugent, Michael O'Brien, David Ott, Dennis Pauling,
ROW 4: William Peters, Robert Pollock, Thomas Purvis,
James Quinn, Kenneth Schug, Terry Shaffer, Denneth
Shaner, Richard Spain, Iames Starr, ROW 5: Thomas
Stroope, Robert Talcott, Frank Tangren, Tevor Toland,
Steven Walston, Peter Wells, Ronald Wendt, Clarence
Weston, Derrick Williams, Kenton Zeigler.
Koenig, Deith Loan, Gary Miller, Robert Mossrnan, Mi-
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Lincoln, Robert Cilek, Allen Hostetler, Derrick Williams.
TOP ROW: Michael Nugent, Kenneth Schug, Steven
Combs, john Hermann. Dennis Pauling, Douglas Fetzer,
Air Force Wing Staff
The Air Force Wing Staff provides lead-
ership training in a military command and
Air Force Flight
Advanced Course AFROTC cadets who
have shown an aptitude for flying on their
oflicer qualification tests and have passed
the pilot physical tests are eligible for en-
BOTTOM ROW: Derrick Williams, Kerry Alberti, Peter
Wells, Allen Lincoln, Frederick Dimon, Richard Carmich-
ael, Allen Hostetler. TOP ROW: Robert Cilek, Michael
staii environment and assists in educating,
motivating and training basic cadets.
rollment in this program. Instruction in-
cludes ground school and actual flying
Iennings, Kenneth Schug, Steven Combs, Michael Nugent,
Iohn Hermann, Thomas Purvis, Iames Quinn.
BOTTOM ROW: Michael Farrier, David Tom, Ierry
Thorius, Michael Hogan, Iohn Riherd, Michael O'Brien,
Robert Stein, Larry Bailey, William Irvine, Richard Nad-
ing, Charles I-Ioudesheldt, Dennis Braksek, Ian Maly. ROW
2: Ron Wolfe, Glen Anderson, Robert Krasche, Iohn Ben-
ten, Bob Sheets, Ierome lessen, Patrick Mason, Dan Grill-
Air Force cadets who want to become
members of Arnold Air Society must under-
go pledge training as a member of the Billy
ith, Dick Calta, Ioe Campbell, Wes Griesbach, Gary Davis.
ROW 3: Timothy Lowenberg, Burton Kross, Warren Os-
terfoss, David Stock, Stephen Iordan, Iohn Matthews, Gary
Barker, Gregory Montour, Iohn Iones, Carl Moore, Bob
Barnhill, lim Ragan.
Mitchell Squadron. Cadets are selected for
their academic standing and leadership po-
Distinguished Air Force Students
Air Force cadets who have shown leader-
ship in military and campus activities are
awarded the Distinguished Cadet award.
BOTTOM ROW: Thomas Purvis, Larry Bailey, Kerry Al-
berti, Peter Wells, Frederick Dimon, Richard Carmichael,
Robert Cilek. TOP ROW: Kent Ziegler, Michael Iennings,
Cadets also selected as Distinguished Mil-
itary Graduates are eligible to apply for a
Regular Air Force commission.
Iames Quinn, Trevor Toland, Dennis Pauling, Steven
Combs, Iames Crawford.
Angel Flight is the womenis auxiliary of
the U of I Arnold Air Society. The Flight
participates in many Arnold Air Society
and other Air Force ROTC functions dur-
ing the year. Several parties are held each
year with the Society. The girls also pre-
sent Air Force cadet awards at Air Society
The 32 flight members act as hostesses
at University functions and sponser fund-
raising projects to send delegates to region-
al and national conclaves. This year the
TOP ROW: Iill Applegate, Karen Berg, Nancy Brown,
Cathy Chandler, Sally Cozzolino, Ann Fitzpatrick, Mitzi
Grossman. ROW 2: Susie Gmeiner, Barb Collins, lean
Heeren, Cinde Coggeshell, Ellen Erickson, Iudy Cornwell,
Carla I-Iornan, Diane Iordan. ROW 3: julie Kneeland,
girls sold candy at Christmas time to raise
money to send Valentine packages to sol-
diers in Viet Nam.
Angel Flight also ushered at such events
as Profile Previews, the Homecoming
Pageant and Orientation.
A drill team has been started this year
for the first time. Pledges and any interest-
ed actives take part. The drill team march-
ed on Governoris Day.
Angel Flight Commander this year was
Mary McGimpsey, Sandi Morris, lo Mosimann, Deanne
Neuman, Anne Peacock, Barb Randall, IoAnn Rohwedder,
Iill Ruggeri. ROW 4: Trudy Sevatsen, Linda Severson,
Ian Sill, Patricia Smith, Susan Sondrol, Kathy Taffe, lane
Trussell, Linda Weiss, Cindy Yoder.
Pershing Rifles is a National Honorary
Society named after General lohn F. Persh-
ing. Company B, part of the Second Regi-
ment of the National Society, is the largest
drill company in the Army ROTC.
The group, one of the most active mili-
tary organizations at the University, pro-
vides the color guard for all home football
games, the Homecoming parade and Gov-
During the fall, a crack drill team prac-
tices various routines for invitational drill
meets in the spring. The rifle team also
competed in various invitational meets dur-
ing the year.
Each year a coed is selected as Honorary
Pershing Rifles Captain and sponsor for
BOTTOM ROW: David Savage, Gary Schumacher, Nor-
man Briggs, Dean Dort, David Gunderson, Peggy Kusano,
Melanie Moyer, Sybil Rader, George Campbell, Ioseph Tin-
oco, George Raach, Patrick Burke, Ronald Boe, Iohn Cal-
vert, Roger Cooper. ROW 2: Ernest Ryan, C. M. Boyles,
john Swenson, David Akerman, Harold Harnagel, Dennis
Bangtson, Dave Toussaint, Iohn Payton, Donald Hicks,
The Honorary Pershing Rifles Captain and her attendants
Sybil Rader, Peggy Kusano and Melanie Moyer.
Dave Burgess, Brooke Harris, William Wood. ROW 3:
Lars Larson, Gordon Lee, Douglas Simons, Kenneth Bigson,
John Hayes, lim Lindaman, Steven johnson, Keith Knud-
son, Harlan Stee, Michael Perry, Bill Fuller, Edward Wil-
liams, Walter Prentice. ROW 4: David Mayrose, Eldon
Van Arkel, William Orrison, Steve Warbasse, David Schaf-
er, lohn Lewis, Don Carlson.
BOTTOM ROW: Craig Tompke, Dave Toussaint, Craig Ferguson, adviser, Iim Park, Lars Larson, Iohn Mayer, Bob
Lewis, Bill Hierstein, lack Iackson. TOP ROW: Major Sheriff, S, Sgt. Schulte, coach.
Army Rifle Team
The Army Rifle team is open to all Ar- the year, including various Iowa Inter-Col-
my cadets, regardless of class or rank. The legiate shoulder-to-shoulder matches.
team competed in several matches during
The Guidon Society is a service organiza- The 22 girls participate in activities that
tion that was formed to promote interest in contribute to the welfare of ROTC, the
and enhance the image of Army ROTC. University and the community.
BOTTOM ROW: Teri Abernathy, Sue Soults, Capt. Stan- Dirks, Sharon Main. ROW 3: Virginia Baker, lane An-
ley R. Iohnson, adviser, Anne Dutcher, Nancy Moore. ton, Ian Luckenbill, Sue lunge, Becky Smith, Tanya Max-
ROW 2: Barb Updegraf, Mary Peacock, Karen Kregness, utov, Linda Ehlers, Mary Iames, Sue Dare.
Mary Io Schaetzel, Carolyn Mueller, Kathy Cutler, Sharon
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BOTTOM ROW: Robert Fanter, Norman Briggs, Iames
Park, Roger Cooper, Ronald Boe, Iohn Calvert, Michael
Kennett. TOP ROW: Stephen Mashek, Darrolcl Dandy,
Ierry Vandekamp, Elvin Thompson, Ioseph Thompson
Robert Sheriflli, William Famer, Eugene Pauley.
Brigade Staff and Leadership Lab lns+ruc+ors
The responsibility of the Brigade Com-
mander and his staff include all standards,
activities and policies that are enacted and
followed by the Army Brigade of Cadets
during the school year. The Laboratory
Instructors are in charge of drill instruction
Army Flighl' lnsiruciion Program
Army Flight Instruction is open to senior
cadets who are able to meet rigid physical
and mental qualifications. When they
BOTTOM ROW: Iames Rasley, LaVern Harvey, David Mos
complete the course the cadets will qualify
for their private pilot's license.
TOP ROW: Ronald Boe, Roger Cooper, Norman Briggs
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Army ROTC Seniors
ROW 1: Greg Ankeney, Larry Becker, Charles Beno, Ron-
ald Boe, William Bowen, Norman Briggs, William Briggs,
David Briggs, David Burgess. Iohn Calvert, George Camp-
bell, Allen Carley, Robert Coghlan.
ROW 2: Thomas Cooney, Roger Cooper, Darrold Dandy,
John Darnell, Robert Deegan, Kelley Donham, Robert Dor-
mer, Dean Dort, Bud Erickson, Dick Fanter, William Fan-
ter, David Gunderson.
ROW 3:- james Hall, Dennis Hamilton, Harold Hansen,
Carl Harris, LaVern Harvey, Elmer Hebl, Larry Hintze,
Randy Hoff, William Hoyt, Ioel lessen, Michael Kennett,
ROW 4: Allen Kilberger, Stan Kluver, William Krill, Roger
Kubik, Robert Laing, Iohn Lawrence, Iohn Lohff, Ioseph
Marks, Steve Mashek, Iohn Mayer, Fred McLain, Iarnes
ROW 5: Leo Miller, Tim Montgomery, Dale Moore, Iames
Morrow, David Moss, Thomas Nowlin, Iames Park, Eugene
Pauley, Raymond Peper, Michael Petersen, George Raach,
ROW 6: Iames Rasley, Donald Schild, Robert Sheridan,
Thomas Sheridan, Robert Sheriff, Richard Shogren, Samuel
Simmers, Clyde Simms, Keith Snavely, Barry Strum, Will-
ROW 7: Gary Taylor, Elvin Thompson, Ioseph Thomp-
son, George Tompras, Iames Updegralf, Ierry Vandekarnp
Anton Veldman, Raymond Waters, Gary Whitaker, Leonard
White, Ion Woolery.
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Thompson, Donald Schild. ROW 2: Elton Sheets, Peyton Taylor.
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Associaiion of ihe U.S. Army and Pon'l'oniers
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Disiinguished Miiiiary Students
Cadets qualifying as a Distinguished Mil-
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character and initiative in campus and mil-
BOTTOM ROW: Donald Schilcl, William Fanter, Dean
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Kennett. TOP ROW: Robert Fanter, George Raach, George
itary organizations and activties. These ca-
dets are eligible for a Regular Army com-
mission upon graduation.
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I966, for some a beginning, for others the final year
Friendships are easily formed during orientation.
Uppergraduates and the administra-
tion seek each year to make a new stu-
dent's adjustment to university life at
Iowa a smooth and enjoyable process.
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tives and rushees.
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an emoiion-packed, heciic week
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wonder why they bother to have registra-
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place to start than romance languages?
Students vow +o improve
After days of careful planning, and pour-
ing through the course catalog, students
pay the fee, and present their I. D. cards
to the campus police at the entrance to care-
fully guarded fieldhouse. They then begin
the process known as fighting for their ac-
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mates and unpack their diverse assortment
of gear, classes start and students try to
shake off summer lethargy.
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1966 was a year of involvement for stu-
dents at Iowa, from demonstrating for and
against the war in Viet Nam to actively
supporting RILEEI-I. A feeling swept the
campus that it was up to youth to change
what they could for a better world.
Two small girls nonchalantly interrupt a ROTC team practice.
A group of students marches in protest of the war in Viet Nam.
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It's only the second vveek, but assign-
ments have a way ol' piling up.
A University student burns his draft
card in protest of the war in Viet Nam.
Some people wear their emotions on
their sleeves, others on their back.
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that make student life distinct from other
occupations. A studenfs day is filled not
only with studying, but grasping for the
infection in which his decisions will lead
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lobby in Currier.
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spiril spark au'rumn days
The Scottish Highlanders bring the team onto the field with a drumroll.
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U oi I pageant backstage at the Union.
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'iAnd Thereby Hangs a Tale" provided the theme for the Homecoming Dance.
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everybody up for the clap yell.
The Homecoming monument emphasized
Iowa as a gateway to Victory.
Traditionelly, the Homecoming monument is
burned alter the game.
Winter weather, finals, creep up on unwary students
Suddenly, Thanksgiving is over and
plans for decorating Christmas trees are dis-
cussed. The campus is alternately covered
by snow or slush, and friends are trans-
formed into walking swatbs of winter cloth-
ing. Finkbine is beseiged by tobaggan par-
ties and the City Park pond is full of skat-
ers. Students leave for vacation vowing to
study and instead, leave for the ski slopes.
Freezing winds greet our return and Satur-
day classes dip in attendance. Industrious
students pretend to study for finals in Ianu-
ary, but the library remains empty until the
Freshmen and transfer students model
Claire Cowan, Miss Perfect Prof le
Neither show nor sleet shall keep the
students lrom their scheduled classes.
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ens up at Christmas time with holiday
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Worlunen struggled through the winter months to finish needed class-
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races to review his notes.
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place to study.
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Checking grade lists is a popular pastime after Ilnals.
A delegate ponders the question of admission of Red China
to the U.N.
The social whirl starts as Spring gradually approaches
just as students start to doubt that
Spring will ever arrive, the rains begin turn-
ing the campus from slush to ankle-deep
mud. Some complain of the malady known
as midterm blues, while others peer through
travel folders from such idyllic places as
Mexico, and even Ft. Lauderdale. Grgani-
zations step up their activities for Greek
Week, MECCA Week, and student elec-
tions. There is a sense of tradition as new
queens are crowned and new officers elected.
Part-time jobs can be fun, but not all are
as glamorous as this coed's.
A student steals a few minutes from classes
to skate on the City Park Pond.
MECCA participants can't overlook any
likely hiding spot for a clue.
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the clues devised by the grad students.
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will stoop to anything.
An engineer acquiesces to popular demand, and glumly gets
beard shaved off.
Iowa engineers carouse +hrough
anolher hec+ic MECCA Week
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templation on Spring days.
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that turned the sidewalk to mud.
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named in a flurry of eleclions
Iuggling their books, Coeds mark their
ballots in the all-campus elections.
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was always crowded with students,
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April and May bring both showers and
increasingly busy weekends. As finals near,
the weather gets warmer, and students con-
vince themselves they can study while get-
ting a suntan. Grubbies get grubbier on
weekend woodsies, and new loves flicker in
the few months before separation. Stuily
classrooms get emptier, and students gaze
towards the river. lust as they think
the semester will never end, the finals
schedule is posted.
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of Schaeffer Hall.
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place for dreaming on. warm spring
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serenades her boyfriend.
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dazzle +o Spring Fesfival
take to their bikes to advertise the Spring Festival.
Gunfight at the Pentacrest or how to advertise the Festival.
Guys take a break from final stu-
dying with a game of basketball.
It's easier to study before anyoneis
up in women's dormitories.
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about the years and study and fun.
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schooling and graduation is lhe same.
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Iowa Coaches In Achon
RALPH H. MILLER, basketball coach FOREST EVASHEVSKI, director of athletics
F. X. CRETZINIEYER, track coach
ROBERT ALLEN, swimming coach
CHARLES ZYVEINER, golf coach
JERRY M. Burws, football coach
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BOTTOM ROW:- "Whitey" Piro Qasst. coachb, Iohn
Hendricks, John Ficeli, Gary Simpson, CliHf Wilder, Gary
Snook, Karl Noonan, Iohn Niland, Bob Ziolkowski, Rich
O'Hara, Iohn Diehl, Dalton Kimble, Ierry Burns Cheacl
coachj. ROW 2: Thomas Knutson, Al Randolph, David
Long, Karlin Ryan, Leo Miller, Bill Briggs, Tony Williams,
Bill Restelli, Daniel I-Iilsabeck, Terry Mulligan, Richard
Gibbs. ROW 3: Wayne Robinson Casst. coachj, Philip
Major, Donald Baier, Gary Larsen, Farley Lewis, Larry
McDowell, Phillip Schooley, Curtis Vande Walle, Roger
Lamont, Donald Oft, Paul Usinowicz, Iarnes Cmejrek,
"'Pin,, Ryan Casst. coachj. ROW 4: Iay Iauch Casst.
coachj, Steve Hodoway, Mickel Moses, Thomas Brown,
Terry Huff, Terry Ferry, William Smith, Chuck Roland,
Iowa O Washington State
Iowa . 27 Oregon State .
Iowa . . 13 Wisconsin . .
Iowa . . l4 Purdue. .
Iowa . 3 Minnesota .
Iowa . . 0 Northwestern .
Iowa . . 17 Indiana . . .
Iowa . . O Michigan State .
Iowa . . O Ohio State . .
Iowa . . 20 N. Carolina State
David Moreland, Bill McCutchen, Richard Somodi, Richard
Hendryx, Arch Kodros fasst. coachj. ROW 5: Iohn Car-
rithers Csr, mgr.J, Allan Schenck, Rod Raino, Ieff New-
land, Mike Iones, Orville Townsend, Gordon Monroe, Don
Shurr, Silas McKinnie, Cornelius Patterson, Mac Michel,
Peter Paquette. ROW 6: Bob Krga, lack Williams, Mi-
chael Lavery, Guy Bilek, Carl Harris, Robert Anderson,
Bill Iakubsen, Thomas Ross, Gary Swain, Iim Killbreath,
Rick Thiele, Gary Fletcher, Casst. coachj. ROW 7: Rob-
ert Nelson, Ierry O'Donnell, David Bonior, Greg Barton,
William Krill, Iim Wojcikiewicz, Iohn Lasota, David
Moss, Less Weston, Mike Mullins, lim Mcl-Iugh, George
Tornpras, Frank Reinhardt, Rick Schaal Casst. mgrzj
The Iowa football squad carries head coach Ierry Burns
off the Held after the last game.
lowa's winning hopes shattered during football season
A year holding high expectations for
Iowa sports fans ended with the Hawkeyes
having their worst season in 76 years.
Many pre-season polls had picked Iowa to
finish high in the Big Ten, but the Hawks
were able to battle on only a I-9 record.
A touchdown in the closing seconds in
the opening game against Washington
State beat the Hawks. It was an omen of
things to come, but the following week
Iowa bounced back to beat Gregon State
27-7 in a nationally televised game. Two
sophomores, Silas lVlcKinnie and Farley
Lewis, appeared able to supply the ground
attack needed by the Hawks for a success-
ful season and the passing attack was as
potent as it had been expected to be. But
fans were disappointed as Iowa lost the rest
of its games. The Board in Control of Ath-
letics was disappointed too. It dismissed
Burns and his staff late in the season.
In spite of the team's poor showing, five
Hawks were selected to play in post-season
games. Dave Long and Bill Briggs played
in the Blue-Grey game. Gary Snook, Karl
Noonan and Iohn Niland were chosen to
play in the East-West Shrine game. Noon-
an and Niland also played in the Hula
Bowl in Hawaii.
Bill Briggs reliects the disappointing game and weather
that plagued lowa's season.
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Basketball team places third ln Bug Ten competition
The 1965-66 basketball team, at one
time ranked fourth in the nation, was a
great team at home but a team that had
troubles on the road. The Hawkeyes were
the first team since the 1947-48 basketball
season to win all its home games and com-
piled a record of 17-7 for a third place fin-
ish in the Big Ten.
The big moment of the season had to be
when 13,000 fans packed the Iowa field
house to Watch Iowa beat Michigan, later
the Big Ten champions, 91-82.
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Pepperdine . . . 68
Evansville . . . . 73
Southern Illinois . . 58
Creighton . . . . 77
66 Drake ..,.. . 60
99 U. of Washington . . . 70
69 Drake .... . 51
77 Arkansas . . . . 75
68 Texas Western . . 86
68 Wisconsin . . . 69
70 Northwestern . . 58
61 Indiana . . . . 73
90 Michigan State . . 76
98 Ohio State . . 89
Detroit . . . 73
58 Purdue . . . 66
73 Northwestern . . 81
96 Minnesota . . . 87
91 Michigan . . 82
86 Ohio State . . 80
80 Wisconsin . . . 70
88 Michigan . . . 103
90 Illinois . . . . 106
87 Indiana . . 77
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Baseball team shows surprising strength on the diamond
A young Iowa baseball team, with only
eight returning letterrnen, had prospects for
a good season if untried pitchers were suc-
cessful. The Iowa nine, led by co-captains
Mickey Moses and Bob Schauenberg, began
the season with a solid infield composed of
Moses at first base, lettermen Russ Sumlca
and Lee Endsley at second base and short
stop, and sophomore Iohn Prina at third
Moses hit .393 and had l4 REPS to lead
the team in l965. Schauenberg, with a 5-2
record in l965, set the Big Ten ERA record
in 1965 with a 0.28 ERA.
Larry Rathje, a regular in 1965, was the
only sure starter among the outfield candi-
dates, Roger Iaynes, Larry McDowell, Marc
Michel, and Larry Myatt.
The ump waits in anticipation as a Michigan State player
concentrates on reaching home base.
Gymnas+ics i'eam sends +hree to na+ional championships
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An Iowa gymnast grimaces in determination to do well in
his competition on the still rings.
BOTTOM ROW: Arno Lazar, Paul Orni, Mark Slotton.
ROW 2: Ike Heller, Charles Menshing, Bob Singerman,
Al Smith, Tom Goldsborough, Dick Holzaepfel Ccoachj.
Weakened by the loss of All American
Glenn Gailis, Iowais gymnastics team fell
from a second place finish in 1965 to a
fourth place finish in the l966 Big Ten
Iowa sent three gymnasts to the National
Collegiate Championships. Sophomore
Mark Slotten placed third on the side horse.
Another sopohomore Neil Schmitt, compet-
ed on the still rings and high har. Iunior
Ike Heller competed in the all-around and
on the long horse.
The six returning lettermen besides Hel-
ler were Tom Beamish, Dick Febey, Tom
Goldsborough, Ken Cordon, Chuck Men-
sching and Dan Price.
Other men who strengthened the squad
were minor letterman Bob Singerman and
sophomores lohn Kellner, Arno Lazar, Al
Smith and Paul Omi.
ROW 3: Dan Price, Ken Gordon, Neil Schmitt, Iohn Kell-
A judge watches a gymnast perform on the parallel bars
during a Big Ten meet.
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highest setting of the bar.
BOTTOM ROW: Ron Griffith, Al Randolph, Mike Mon-
dare, Ion Reimer, Ted Brubacher, Ken Messer, Clyne Kel-
ler, F. X. Cretzmeyer Ccoachj. ROW 2: Iohn Kelley,
Roger Menke, Larry Leonard, Ierry Currie, Dale Thomp-
son, Fred Ferree, Larry Wieczorek. ROW 3: Marty O,Don-
nel, Dick Cummins, Bill Burnette, Steve Szabo, Ken Zieg-
ler. ROW 4: Don Wolfe, Randy Haines, Dale Teberg,
Steve Tiernan. ROW 5: Bill Smith, Tom Knutson, Dick
Iowa's track feam shows strong performance in i+s meets
The strong Iowa indoortrack team bare-
ly missed second place in the Big Ten in-
door meet. The team being even stronger
outdoors, has a good chance of Winning the
Big Ten outdoor meet.
Lettermen Ion Reimer, Al Randolph, and
Fred Ferree with sophomore Mike Mondane
compose the mile relay, one ofthe fastest in
the country. Reimer and Randolph are al-
so standout hurdlers. Iunior pole Vaulter
Bill Burnette, sprinter Dennis Kohl, half-
miler Ted Bruhacker, quarter-miler Mike
Mondane, and long-distance man Larry
Wieczorek are also valuable point pro-
Other returning lettermen are Dick
Cummins, Dick Gibbs, Tom Knutson, Lar-
ry Leonard, Ken Messer, Dan Wolfe, and
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among Big Ten teams in the helclhouse.
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TOP ROW: F. X. Cretznieyer Ccoachj, Pete McDonold,
lniuries are a problem for
lowa's cross country 'ream
Iowa's cross country team was hampered
by injuries and lack of depth, but still man-
aged to split two dual meets and place fifth
in the Big Ten Championships.
Iowa beat Illinois, 56-22, and lost to con-
ference champ Northwestern, 35-20. Iowa
was third in a triangular meet with North-
western and Minnestota.
Ted Brubacher, Ron Griffith and Ken
Messer led the Hawkeye Harriers and plac-
ed I4tl'1, 15th and 16th in the conference
Pete MacDonald was bothered by an in-
fected leg most of the season, but manag-
ed a 30th place in the conference. Larry
Wieczorelc did not run until the conference
meet because of a hairline fracture in his
ankle. Ron Greenlee and Don Reinder-
knicht filled in most of the season.
Larry Wieczorek, Steve Tiernan ffreshman coachj.
The cross-country team runs across Finkbine Golf Course
as they train for the fall season
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Gary Gottschalk practices his swing during pre-season
workouts inside the iieldhouse.
BOTTOM ROW: Chuck Zweiner Ccoachj, Bill Kahler,
Paul Dlagosch, lack Bieber, Gary Cvottschalk. TOP ROW:
Golf team looks forward to
improving previous record
Iowa's golf team, led by lettermen Tom
Chapman, Gary Gottschallc, Ioe McEvoy,
and Paul Dlugosh, is expected to improve
on last year's record. Iuniors Chapman and
Gottschalk are the best players on team
and two-year lettermen lVlcEvoy and Dlug-
osh are competing with sophomores lack
Bieber, Bill Kahler, and Donald Sorensen
for top positions on the team.
Coach Chuck Zwiener said he is optimis-
tic about the season but it is hard to tell
how good the team will be with so many
sophomores on the team.
The Big Ten conference golf meet is be-
ing held at South Finkbine Golf Course this
year. This should give the Iowa golfers a
good chance of finishing high because they
will be more familiar with South Finlcbine
than the golfers from other Big Ten schools
Tom Chapman, jim Petersen, Bill Beecher, Ioe McEvoy,
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A member of the Iowa swimming team gasps for breath as
he competes in the butterfly event.
BOTTOM ROW: Skip Iensen, Dan Yocom, Alan Schenck,
Mike A. Petersen, Iohn Scheda, Gil Hitchcock Robert Al-
len qcoachp. Row 21 Bud Kearney, Ken lVfcBeath, Iim
The Iowa swimming team compiled a
season record of six wins and three losses
and finished eighth in the Big Ten.
lunior Gil Hitchcock, sophomore Iohn
Scheda, and team captain Ron Berry were
standouts on the squad.
Hitchcock and Scheda virtually rewrote
the school record book. Scheda set records
of 22.2 and 48.6 in the 50 and 100 yard
freestyles. Hitchcock set records of 5:03.0
and 17:59.0 in the 500 and 1650 yard free
styles. A record of 2:00.2 in the butterfly
was also set by Hitchcock.
Other standout performers were Paul
Monohanin in the 200 yard butterfly, Tom
Throckmorton in the back stroke, Skip len-
sen in the 50 yard free style and back stroke
and diver Al Schenk.
The Hawkeye squad should be fairly
strong next year with ten returning letter-
Iones, Paul Monohon, Bob Synhorst. ROW 3: Dennis
Vokolek Ccoachj, Bob Woodbury, Tim Barnes, George
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lnexperienced wrestling squad has disappointing season
The Iowa wrestling squad was young
and inexperienced. The squad was com-
posed entirely of juniors and sophomores
and had only three lettermen, Ray Davis,
Dennis Wegner, and Tom Fenelly.
Sophomores lim Ewoldsen and Russ Sill
and Iunior Steve Moss added strength to
the Hawkeye squad.
Ray Pastorino, Don Berger, Bill Deck-
lever, Roy Prange, Garland Smith, Ken
Shaner, Iack Deere, and Earl Fitz were also
members ofthe squad.
The wrestling team had an overall sea-
son record of two wins, seven losses and
In the Big Ten the team had a record of
two wins, five losses and two ties.
This yearis strong freshmen wrestling
team coupled with the experience of this
year's team spells out a strong team for next
In wrestling, the referee spends as much time on his knees
as the wrestlers.
BOTTOM ROW: Wayne Whitmore, Al Hostetler, Tim
Wilson. TOP ROW: Orville Townsend, Kent Grieshafer,
Fencing team grabs the
limelight with 2nd place finish
Fencing coach Dick Marks coached his
team to a second place finish in the Big Ten
championships held in Iowa City. This
was the highest the Hawkeyes have ever
finished in Big Ten competition.
Cap Hermann Won the Big Ten and Na-
tional championships in the epee. Al Hos-
tetler, captain of the fencing team, was sec-
ond in the foil in the Big Ten. Wayne
Whitmore was fourth in the sabre in the
Kent Grieshaber and Tim Wilson were
regulars in the epee. In the foil, two-year
letterman Orville Townsend and George
Bergeman added strength to the squad.
Terry Brinker and Karl Luneckas were
strong in the saber competition.
The fencing team had an overall record
of 9 wins and 7 losses.
George Bergeman, Steve Mueller, Karl Luneckas, Steve
Combs, Terry Brinker, Terry Kinney, Dick Marks fcoachj.
A member of the Iowa fencing team shows the form needed
to win matches.
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back during a tennis match.
BOTTOM ROW: Nathan Chapman, Richard Stokstad,
Allan Iones, Paul Ellerback, Iim Van Cleve. ROW 2:
Arden Stokstad, Richard Strauss, Mirrel Kephart, Dave Ger-
Talentecl sophomores give
punch to lowa's tennis team
Five lettermen and a group of talented
sophomores are providing punch for the
tennis team this spring.
Arden Stokstad, number one man from
the 1965 squad, is back and is being chal-
lenged by sophomores Richie Strauss and
lohn Svarups and Dave Collison, letter
winners in 1965, and sophomore Mirrel
Kephart are the other performers for Iowa.
Iohn Ebert, Dave Gervich, Rolly Mc-
Grath, Iohn Wilmeth, and Bruce Haw-
thorn are trying to break into the starting
Coach Don Klotz said the combination
of the good sophomores and the varied
tournament experience of last year's squad
members should bring the tennis squad to
a higher finish in the Big Ten tthan it
achieved in 1965.
vich, Bruce Hawthorne, Don Klotz fcoachj. ROW 3: Rolly
McGrath, Iohn Ebert, Dale LePrevost.
LeHerman's Club provides service at Iowa athletic events
iowiiia lettermen don their "I" jackets or sweaters to sell loot-
BOTTOM ROW: Ike Heller, Marc Slotten, Lee Walker,
Rick Febey, Iack Sebben, Orville Townsend, Bob Rausen-
berger, Roger Wallenstein, Chuck Mensching, Ron Berry.
ROW 2: Bob LeZotte, Rick Hendryx, Gary Gottschalk,
Ken Gordon, Arden Stokstad, Paul Monohan, Ted Bru-
baker, lim Wilson, Pete McDonald, Ralph Bextine, Gerry
Iones Bill Briggs, Chris Pervall. ROW 3: Al Randolph,
The Iowa Letterman's Club is a combi-
nation social and service group for its 70
members. The organization helps at Iowa
athletic events, sells programs at the foot-
ball games, and ushers at the basketball
games. It also sponsors a Christmas party
for crippled children each year. A new duty
was added with the completion of the Var-
sity Lounge above the lobby in the Field
House. The Club is in charge of the
lounge. On the social side, the club holds
a banquet for high school athletes who
may come to Iowa, a dinner party for alum-
ni, and a party for club members in May.
Officers of the club are Bob LeZotte,
president, Ioe Greenlee, vice-president, Al
Randolph, secretary, Iohn McCarthy, treas-
urer, and Rich Oil-Iara, sergeant-at-arms.
Coach Francis X. Gretzmeyer is the adviser.
Iim McGuire, Iohn Kellner, Wilbur Devine, Iim Iones,
Larry Sheets, Dennis Wegner, Dan Hilsabeck, George
Peeples, Ioel lesson. ROW 4: Mickey Moses, Ron Shudes,
Ken Messner, Bob Ziolkowski, Ed Bastian, Steve Hodaway,
Torn Chapman, Iohn Niland, lim Gmejrek, Terry Mulli-
gan, Rich O'Hara, Lew Perkins, Dick Cummins, Bill Tuc-
After a losing season, lerry Bums stood
gjlfmimself to watch the final football
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Halloween party reveals suppressed desires of A Chi Q's
Everyone has a suppressed desire-and
Alpha Chi Omegas discovered some of them
at their Halloween party. Pledges promot-
ed spirit with Halloween serenades.
Social life did not stop here for the A Chi
O's. They held both a winter and spring
formal, and a Christmas tea for Mrs. Ivean
Aldrich-their new housemother who "acts
just like one of the girls." A traditional
Christmas cozy held special meaning for
the girls as they experienced more deeply
the warmth of togetherness.
Besides working as a unit, the sisters par-
ticipated individually in Seals, Highlanders,
Union Board, University Choir, and Stu-
dent Senate and CPC subcommittees. This
spring, A Chi O's were represented in the
Symphony Band's trip to Russia.
Pledges and actives enjoyed joint picnics
last fall, and throughout the year harmony
ANDREA Goran, President
A D Pi's Sheila Bauer iapped for Miss U of I hile
A D P1 act ves sq aeoff to paddletvo scared
Fall's golden touch brought the crown of
Miss U of I to ADPi beauty Sheila Bauer,
and a Finalist for Pershing Rifle sponsor.
Football season spotlighted Linda Nolan,
drum major for the Highlanders, and Bob-
bie Foullces, twirler for the band.
Fall was just the beginning for the
ADPi's as they held oiiices in the senior
class, Union Board and Angel Flight, as
well as executive positions on the DI and
HAWKEY12. Mortar Board, Symphony Or-
chestra, CPC, Old Gold Singers and drama
activities rounded out a busy schedule.
Christmas was giving time which meant
a party for underprivileged children and
one for dates with stockings full of sur-
A pledge prom, a pillowcase cozy for
pledge daughters, alumnae banquets and
scholarship dinners rounded out another
year for Alpha Delta Fi.
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Mary Lou Shoentbal
Pat Van Heel
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Alpha Gamma Delia
President ....... LINDA WEIS
Vice President ..... KAREN RING
Secretary .... CATHERINE ROWLEY
Treasurer . . SUSAN E CAMPBELL
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Alpha Gams channel enthusiasm into variety of proiects
Alpha Gams have a quick practice session before booking.
Enthusiasm is contagious-anyone who
has been around an Alpha Gamma Delta
can testify to that. The girls channeled
their enthusiasm into projects lending
beauty, intelligence, and altruism as dem-
onstrated by Linda Weis-a Miss U of I
finalist, several Mortar Board representa-
tives, and a national project to aid brain-
This diversification was observable on
campus as Alpha Gams boasted a semifi-
nalist for Pershing Rifles, and a porn-pon
girl, and worked in Angel Flight, Seals, Pep
Club, AWS, Highlanders, People-to-People,
and on The Daily Iowan. Yet they had en-
ergy to spare for parties - the Syracuse
Swing and the Winter Formal.
The sisters traveled to Parsons College at
Fairfield for the annual International Re-
union Day this spring, rounding out an ac-
tive year for Alpha Gamma Delta.
ANDREA WHi'1'E, President
Alpha Phi's add new housemother, more living space
In this, its Fifth year on campus, Alpha
Phi had to expand with a new addition for
more living space, dining and informal
rooms. Another addition to the Alpha Phi
house was their new housemother, Mrs.
Not new to the Alpha Phi's however was
busy-ness. Members served as Mortar
Board president, Panhellenic treasurer, and
on SPI Board. Sally I-Iildreth was a finalist
for Miss U of I, and her sisters were found
gracing the Phi Kappa Sigma calendar and
Pershing Rifles Court. Enthusiastic Alpha
Phiis also participated in Union Board,
Project AID, SNO, WRA, and Profile Pre-
A special project in the field of cardiac
aid brought inner rewards and happiness.
A traditional May luau and spring formal
climaxed another exciting and rewarding
year for the sisters of Alpha Phi.
President ..... ANDREA WHITE
Vice President . . KATHERINE WORRELL
Secretary ..... BARBARA ROGERS
Treasurer . . MARY Lou NEBEL
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Alpha Xi Delia
President ..... REBECCA HARRIS
Vice President . . MARTPIA LIPTON
Secretary . . . MARY SEVERSON
Treasurer . KATHARINE HALL
REBECCA HARRIS, President
Four class parties enhance social whirl for Alpha Xi's
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other fun-filled year of parties, outstanding
individuals, and numerous campus activ-
Four parties, one given by each class, en-
hanced an exciting social whirl, highlighted
by an annual winter formal, a tree-trim-
ming party with dates and tee-hee gifts, and
the springtime Rose Formal.
At Homecoming, the Alpha Xi's won the
Kiwanis trophy for the best sorority Home-
coming float and their candidate for Miss
U of I was chosen as a semifinalist. Alpha
Xi,s were also recognized as a finalist for
Miss Young Republican, president, vice
president, and publicity chairman of WRA,
and scriptwriter-moderator of Profile Pre-
The sisters were proud of their improved
scholastic standing, too, showing they
found time to study in spite of their many
LINDA LAMSON, President
President ...... LINDA LAMSON
Vice President . . . JILL RUGGER1
Secretary . . . . . SUSAN OLSON
Treasurer . IANE TRUSSELL
Strum of guitar, voice of 'Ba' Hall fill Chi O house
The soft strum of a guitar-and the voice
of Barbara "Ban Hall filled the room. Chi
Omegas thrilled to these familiar sounds as
their own professional folksinger performed
for cozies and skits.
Mrs. Laura Elliott, the new housemother,
found herself caught in a whirl of activity
last fall. Energy abounded at the Chi O
house, and the girls proved it by working
willingly in Angel Flight, Union Board,
CPC, Old Gold Singers, Highlanders,
HAWKEYE staff, and Mortar Board.
On Dad's Day and Motheras Day, Chi
O's took time out from their busy sched-
ules to entertain parents with a buffet and
special cozy. A traditional formal, the Chi
Omega Cotillion, was held in the winter,
followed by the spring dance.
From the football season to second se-
mester fmals, Chi Omegas worked, studied,
and had fun in the unity of a true and last-
"Batman" or "Lost in Spacev?-the Chi O's seem indecisive.
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Tru Delis have bulli' In energy: need no pep pills
Pep pills are passe when youive got built-
in Tri Delt energy-necessary in a sister-
hood claiming presidents of Panhellenic,
YWCA, People-to-People, and Gamma Al-
pha Chi. Tri Delts also served as Student
Senate secretary, senior class oflicer, and
executive members of Angel Flight, Pep
Club, Homecoming, Project Aid, CPC,
Spring Festival, Creek Week, and had
members in Mortar Board and a Dolphin
Between meetings, Tri Delts were plan-
ning a Halloween Pumpkin Serenade, the
Atled Irt Party and two formals. Several
males were received into the Order of the
Little Brothers of the Pine Tree in the win-
ter. Winter also brought a Christmas party
for the Pine School. Members were busy
with fund raising activities for their annual
A finishing touch to the year was third
place in the Panhellenic scholarship race.
Blzrriz SMUH, President
Combined DG effort brings back scholarship trophy
Love makes the world go round-but add
a Delta Gamma and it starts to spin. That
happy feeling was experienced numerous
times this year as the DG,s united to recap-
ture the Panhellenic Scholarship Trophy,
and Becky Behrens competed as a finalist
for Miss U of I.
Delta Gammas recognized the import-
ance of a variety of interests, by participa-
tion in CPC, Angel Flight, Union Board,
Highlanders, Student Senate, and Mortar
Board. loining with the Lambda Chi Al-
phas they presented a Christmas party for
the children at the Pine School.
Friday afternoon exchanges, study dates,
candle passings, a Winter formal and a
spring party gave the Delta Gammas many
moments to remember and cherish through-
out the years to come-moments that were
the product of a united eilort.
Vicki GEHLBACK, President
DZS lend helping hands fo needy families, handicapped
s plan fut e actl tes to complete anoth sc 'lpboolt
If you're looking for a girl who is full of
enthusiasm and always eager to lend a
helping hand-you're looking for a Delta
DZ spirit was obvious as the girls cap-
tured first-place honors in the 1965 Spring
Festival. Unity continued with the active
participants in Freshman Council, Union
Board, People-to-People, HAWKEYE staff,
Project AID, Orientation, and University
Choir. The DZ's also proudly claim Nan-
cy Mathias as president of AWS, four High-
landers, sisters in Old Gold Singers, and
Mortar Board members.
Sharing the joys of sisterly love, the girls
made monthly welfare deliveries to needy
Iowa City families, and held their annual
Christmas party for handicapped children.
Add a pledge-active party plus two an-
nual formals, and youill sum up another
gratifying year for the Delta Zetais.
CAROL FAULK. President
Gamma .Phi Beta celebrates 50th anniversary at U of I
A group of sisters unified by the spirit of
Gamma Phi Beta celebrated their 50th an-
niversary at the University. Commemora-
tions included an alumnae banquet and op-
en house for the campus and residents of
Fall glimpsed a sorority filled with girls
qualifying as semiiinalists in Pershing Ri-
Hes and Profile Previews, as commander of
Angel Flight, pom-pon girl, president of
NEA, Mortar Board members, and chair-
men of Profile Previews and Orientation.
Winter brought a costume party, "The
Lady and the Trampfi and spring ushered
in the annual formal. Yet the Gamma Phi.'s
were never too busy to think of others. By
entertaining at the Iohnson County Home
and by sponsoring a foreign child, they ex-
emplified the strong bonds of friendship
which made this 50th year a success for
Gamma Phi Beta.
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Kappa Alpha The+a
President .... ANN MONTGOMERY
Vice President . . KATHLEEN WEAVER
Secretary . . . . ANNE BLOCKSMA
Treasurer . . GEORGIA LAWLER
ANN MONTGOMERY, President
Spirit is password for Thetas in action-packed year
Typing papers is easier with "help" from interested sisters.
Spirit was the password as activities,
scholarship, and enthusiasm started the
Thetas off on another action-packed year.
Thetas claimed an ofllcer of Angel Flight,
vice president of Young Republicans, Pan-
hellenic Scholarship chairman and mem-
bers of Mortar Board, Pageant Board, Pro-
file Previews, People-to-People, Student
Senate, Union Board, Spring Festival and
Beauty did not go unrecognized either as
Thetas were named finalists for Dolphin
Queen and Sigma Nu Homecoming Queen.
Penelope Angell was named Miss Iowa
Pledges continued the tradition of sup-
porting and corresponding with a foster
child under the Foster Parents Plan. This
was the fifth year the sisters had shared
their happiness with a little Filipino girl.
LORENE SWANSON, President
Kappa Kappa Gamma
President .... LORENE SWANSON
Vice President . . . BRENDA SCHNEDE
' Secretary . . . . . SUSAN Acoiss
Treasurer . CAROLYN DICK
-New brick- addition arises from chaos ai' Kappa house
Out of temporary chaos arose a brick ad-
dition to the Kappa house, furnishing more
living space, a new kitchen, and study and
But more room was needed by Kappas to
house new scholarship and Hoat trophies as
well as dozens of active girls. Panhellenic
secretary, AWS vice president, a Pom Pon
girl, and members of Mortar Board, CPC,
Union Board, Student Senate, HAWKEYE
staff, Freshman Intern Program, University
Choir, Highlanders and professional organ-
ization members could be found wearing
the Kappa Key.
Highlights of the year included the Chi-
O-Kappa Halloween Serenade, the Mon-
mouth Duo with the Pi Phi's Christmas
buffet, and Little Sisters Weekend.
Frosting to top a successful year were
Kappa finalists for Dolphin Queen and
Miss U of I.
The Kappas own "sing along" starts around their piano
Mary Io Hultgren
Mary Lynne Prichard
Ieri Van Slyke
Pi Befa Phi
President ...... IANE SCHOTT
Vice President . . DIANE SCHOENBERG
Secretary .... CAROLYN MURPHY
Treasurer . . KATHLEEN FARRELL
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Pi Pl1i's feed grid players at "End of Season Dinner"
Pi Phi's consider the choice between folk songs and jazz.
Pi Phi's again captured the hearts of
Iowa football players when the team was
invited to the annual Pi Phi "End of the
Seasonw dinner. Houseboys were treated,
too, at the Broken Arrow dinner. A Christ-
mas buffet in decorated rooms, a February
formal, senior and pledge parties and the
Monmouth Duo with the Kappas rounded
out a full social calendar.
Activity-minded Pi Phiis proudly claim-
ed Angel Flight secretary, senior class presi-
dent, Union Board chairmen, Mortar Board
and Alpha Lambda Delta members, and a
Pom Pon girl. Members were also active
in Spring Festival, Homecoming, Project
AID, CPC, Pep Club, and University
Christmas caroling for the handicapped
and work for a settlement school in Tennes-
see warmed the hearts of the sisters of the
golden arrow and highlighted another year
of success for Pi Beta Phi.
JANET Dis!-ILIP, President
Sigma Delia Tau
President ..... JANET DISHLIP
Vice President .... PAMELA STONE
Secretary . . . IUDITH LEVIN
Treasurer . . GLORIA OSDOBA
SDT's swing into full year with french cafe party
Voila les Sigma Delta Taus! Swinging
into another exciting year, the girls enter-
tained their dates with a French cafe party.
Pledges treated actives to another success-
ful winter pledge prom, followed by the
This year, SDT claimed the vice pres-
ident of Panhellenic, a semiiinalist in Persh-
ing Rifles, three Highlanders, and members
of Union Board, Student Senate, CPC, Pro-
ject AID, and Freshman Intern Program.
The SDT helping hand was extended to
foster a child in Viet Nam and to give a
party for handicapped children with the
Phi Beta Pi's. Laughter, soft music from
the piano, the distant sound of a guitar, and
the rustle of girls scurrying through the
house may have sounded chaotic some-
times, hut no one seemed to mind-it was
all part of being an SDT.
Collaboration on house reports insures accuracy for SDT's.
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Zeta Tau Alpha
President .... SHIRLEY ANDERSON
Vice Presidents . . . BARBARA BINNEY,
Secretary . . . MARY ANNE HAASE
Treasurer . . . CONNIE COPLEY
Zefas follow sis+er's lead:
Cleaning isn't a chore when dusting off your troubles.
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SHIRLEY ANDERSON, President
drum up many honors
Everyone dances, but on top of a drum?
That's Where Zeta Mary Ann Haase, head
dancer for the Highlanders, does her fancy
footwork performing the famous E'Drum
Zetas drummed up honors in other fields,
with members in Alpha Lambda Delta and
Phi Upsilon as Well as three Phi Beta Kap-
pas last spring. Rounding out a busy activ-
ity schedule were CPC, Angel Flight, Un-
ion Board, Profile Previews, Greek Week
and work on the hospital transportation
Not content to confine their efforts to the
campus, the chapter captured the province
scholarship trophy and Worked actively
with the Multiple Sclerosis Association in
compiling a booklet for the handicapped.
Informal parties in November and March,
a Christmas party, and a spring formal
rounded out another year for Zeta Tau
LYNN Woons, President.
President ...... LYNN Wooos
Vice-President . . . JOHN HEMINGWAY
Secretary . . . . . 1013 SMITH
Treasurer . . . LOMAN KUBISTA
Acacia's mark big improvements in scholarship, housing
A ho-hum word like uimprovementv can
seldom be counted upon to generate much
enthusiasm, but around the Acacia house
it was a byword of enthusiastic proportions.
The pledges were a study in scholarshipg
they earned the most improved grade point
of all fraternity pledge classes. The whole
chapter took up sidewalk engineering when
the workmen arrived to remodel the chap-
ter room and basement and to begin an ad-
dition that will house ten to fifteen men.
The hubbub of construction didn't distract
Acacians from keeping up on activities like
band, Union Board, giving a Christmas
party with the Delta Zeta's for crippled
children, and throwing a few parties on
their own. There was talk about refurbish-
ing the Night on the Nile party by import-
ing a Cleopatra or two-according to re-
ports, that was the only idea for improve-
ment that went unrealized.
Some advise, some sit with knowing smiles on their faces,
some play intently in a before-dinner bridge game with
Mrs. Esther Lipscomb
R. David Iverson
Alpha Epsilon Pi
President ...... MARK POLEN
Vice-President . . . FRANK BARON
Secretary . . . . RON REIDER
Treasurer . STAN LEMON
MARK POLEN, President
AEPI achievements merit campus, national recognition
First you carefully spoon on the jelly, then spread the pea-
nut butter, and that's how you make a genuine AEPi super-
Happiness was high G.P.A.'s for the
AEPI's as the brothers captured the IFC
scholarship improvement award. The house
placed second in grade point competition
among fraternities. Two AEPi's, Mark Se-
ligman and Ronald Reider, were pledged to
Phi Eta Sigma, honorary scholastic frater-
Beta Alpha Psi, an honorary accounting
fraternity, initiated Ioseph Marks. Frank
Baron, AEPi's treasurer, was selected Treas-
urer of the Year by the national ofiice.
AEPi men were found on the IFC pledge
training committee, as orientation leaders,
in Pep Club, on Student Senate and as Vice-
president and treasurer of the Hillel Foun-
Mrs. Pearl Peterson became the new
housemother for the group this year. She
supervised the Sweetheart Formal and was
a second 'Mom' to the basketball, baseball,
and track men of Alpha Epsilon Pi.
BOB MUHLENBRUCH, President
Alpha Tau Omega
President .... BOB MUHLENBRUCK
Vice-President . . BOB GALLAGHER
Secretary . . BOB SHEETS
Treasurer . . Russ KNUDSEN
ATO's celebrate 50th anniversary of cl1apl'er's 'Founding
This year was the 50th anniversary of
the installation of the Alpha Tau Omega
chapter on the Iowa campusg it was also the
centennial of the fraternityis founding.
There was another date the ATO's re-
membered, Feb. 2, 1965, the day the chap-
ter house on Dubuque Street burned down.
The fire destroyed everything-except the
brothers' spirit of enthusiasm and resolve.
They spent this year in the old Psi Omega
house, carrying on business better than us-
They took a hand in everything that
came along-homecoming competition and
alumni reunions, athletics, Greek Week and
its dozens of serenades, Spring Festival and
U Sing. Mike Cather won the All-Big Ten
doubles bowling championship and Larry
Bailey was named Distinguished Military
Cadet. They gave parties for alumni, par-
ties for handicapped children, parties that
helped to make the year a good one.
The Tau's find a comfortable piece of floor or a mantle to
lean against and settle down for a round of songs before
Beia The'l'a Pi
President ....... MIKE KIRBY
Vice-President . . . . ICI-IN PEIL
Secretary . . . FRANK Iossi
Treasurer . RICK SHEPLEY
MIKE KIRBY, President
Be+a's active chapter wins first place in scholarship
These Beta's are avid students, obviously, but they arerft
averse to welcoming attractive distractions from time to time.
Everywhere on campus this year you
heard the Betais lifting their voices, wheth-
er in song, in meeting or in class. Sorne
said you just couldn't keep a Beta quietg the
Beta's countered with evidence that they
had something to shout about.
As indeed they did. They headed com-
mittees for Union Board, Senate, Orienta-
tion Council and Pep Club. They paddled
around the pool for sport with the rest of
the Dolphins, they pounded typewriters for
the DI. And they cracked books with dili-
gence for First place in active chapter fra-
There was a bit of havoc vvreaked when
the pledges took their skip to Northwestern
U-all the house silverware not-so-mys-
teriously disappeared with them. Being the
good fellows they are, however, the pledges
compensated for the slight inconvenience
by repaneling the upstairs hallways.
IACK PILLING, President
President ...... JACK PILLING
Vice-President .... BARRY BROWN
Secretary . . . . ToM MATTAUSCH
Treasurer . PATRICK MCENANY
Intramural fraternity trophy displayed on D Chi shelf
Who has tired, aching feet? Nary a D
Chi pledge since an intercom system was
installed in the house. A mere Heck of the
switch and presto! the pledge on phone du-
ty has effortlessly tracked down any broth-
er Wanted on the phone.
The D Chi's keep in shape, despite such
luxuries. In fact, they won the 1965 Intra-
mural Fraternity Trophy.
So maybe you think D Chi life is all fun
and games? That's not exactly true, al-
though it was spiced up here and there
with the usual number of plain parties, cos-
tume parties and formals. The Sisters of
the White Carnation pitched in with a sur-
prise breakfast for the house and lessons
on etiquette for the pledges.
Community service claimed its share of
D Chi energies, too. The brothers gave up
desserts at the house for a month and do-
nated the money saved to underprivileged
families in town.
Broad smiles beam as brightly as the freshly polished tro-
phies and the D Chi's lift their tankards to toast a job
T. I. Mikkelson
Bill De Grofli
DeI'l'a Tau Delia
President ..... STEVEN TRECKER
Vice-President . . . TERRY MULLIGAN
Secretary . . . ROGER ARMSTRONG
Treasurer . . . LYLE ROUDABUSH
STEVE TRECKER, President
Delts command varied positions of campus leadership
Hard studying does get wearisome, but the Delts demon-
strate the tried-and-true remedy for that "stuffed up with
Entering her sixteenth year as house-
mother for the Delts, Mother i'B,,' Mrs. C.
I. Birdsall, watched with pride as her men
again set the pace in campus activities. She
savv Bill Parisi elected Student Senate presi-
dent and other Delts serving as chief justice
of IFC Court, vice president of CPC, Direc-
tor of Pageant Board, chairman of Spring
Festival, master of ceremonies for the Miss
U of I Pageant and Cadet Corps command-
er for ROTC. Delts were also active in Stu-
dent Senate, ODK, and the Committee on
The Delts collected money from Greek
houses for the cancer drive as part of their
service project. Some 220 Delts and their
parents celebrated Dad's Day Week-End in
the Union ballroom at a banquet sponsor-
ed by the Delt house.
When the Delts returned from Christ-
mas vacation, a newly-paneled and freshly-
painted house welcomed them.
DAVID RISLEY, President
President ...... Davin RISLEY
Vice-President .... THOMAS RUSK
Secretary . . . ARTHUR SUNDERBRUCH
Treasurer . HENRY I. LISCHER
Scholarship awards, remodeled house highlight DU year
An alumni party highlighted this year's
Homecoming activities for the DU's as
awards were presented to outstanding
alumni. Guest speaker was M. L. Huit,
dean of students.
The group's outstanding scholarship was
recognized when it won two coveted awards.
The fraternity received not only the Sigma
Chi Scholarship Trophy, but also the Delta
Chi Retention Plaque for having the great-
est number of pledges activated.
A fBl75,000 addition to the house was
completed last spring, raising the capacity
to 58 men. The addition included a dining
room, a lounge and ll new bedrooms. The
original house was also remodeled.
Social events played a prominent role in
DU life. The annual Hobo Party was rat-
ed a success, as well as the Pledge-Active
Party and the spring and winter formals.
The gourmet chefs in the DU kitchen practice up on their
hapless brother, but teasing grins belie the ominous match
Lambda Chi Alpha
President ...... Bois BENSON
Vice-President . . . IOHN WHEELER
Secretary . . . . JERRY WELLIK
Treasurer . TERRY BRINKER
BOB BENSON, President
Lambda Cl1i's win stereo as Homecoming badge sale prize
All you need for a friendly little game of poker is a few
more than 52 cards, two unwitting brothers and some
'cWouldn't you like to buy a Homecom-
ing badge?', This plea won a stereo con-
sole for the Lambda Chi's for second place
in the sales contest.
Thirty-five new fall pledges joined this
active group of brothers whose activities in-
cluded the Freshman Intern Program, Un-
ion Board, CPC and Dolphins.
As part of their service project, the
Lambda Chi's gave a Christmas party for
retarded children with the DG's.
The Winter social calendar was filled by
the Winter Formal in December, a pledge
party in lanuary and a White Rose Formal
Members were active in intramurals and
captured first place in inter-fraternity dart
and table tennis tournaments.
The chapter celebrated Founder's Day
March 22. Throughout the year, speakers
representing various areas of the Univer-
sity, talked to the group.
KENT ARNOLD, President
Phi Delia Thefu
President ...... KENT ARNOLD
Vice-President ..... DICK LARUE
Secretary . . . MIKE WILLIAMSON
Treasurer . . . , IOHN HOLMES
Phi Delis place accent on community, chapter service
The accent was on service to community
and chapter this year as the Phi Delts en-
tertained underprivileged children at a
Christmas party and began to make plans
for their annual Community Service Day.
Last year they raked at Oakland Cemetery.
Meanwhile, back at the house, the men
completely remodeled the dining room, the
better to enjoy the food prepared by their
cook of 31 years, and acquired a new color
Another acquisition was an in-house ad-
viser. Paul Gray, graduate student and
former president of the chapter at the Uni-
versity of Missouri, advised the brothers as
part of a new program. The chapter also
won the Phi Delta Theta Headquarters
Trophy in recognition of scholarship and
The '5She-Delta-Thetan party, the Buck-
aroo, Swamp Stomp and the winter formal
-plus aquatic excursions on the Iowa with
the raft-made for good times.
Phi Delt card sharks deal their mascot in, but they seemed
amused at the St. Bernard's habit of howling when given
a good hand.
Mrs. B. Halse
Phi Epsilon Pi
President ..... RICHARD SELTZER
Vice-President . . KENNETH VERSMAN
Secretary . . . . CHARLES BRAUN
Treasurer . . . Louis ROSE
RICHARD SELUER, President
Phi Eps add trophies for sports, spirit to 'their case
The inter-fraternity football championship trophy is the
object of Phi Ep pride as these brothers show it off to
Competitive spirit seemed to envelop Phi
Epsilon Pi as the Phi Ep brothers captured
the interfraternity football championship
this year, adding another trophy to their
bursting case. The presentation ofthe Spir-
it Trophy challenged the Phi Eps to lead
competition the rest of the year. Partici-
pation in the Pie Eating Contest over Dad's
Day Week-End proved they had pudding
prudence. The Phi Ep contestant gulped
the lemon meringue First.
Other honors included an award from
their national headquarters, and two mem-
bers added honorary Phi Alpha Mu awards
to the list.
Creativity Filled the air at the annual
c'Beach Partyi' featuring garbage cans full
of punch and a foaming fountain in the
basement. Members scurried to make orig-
inal hoodlum costumes for the memorable
"Blackboard Iungle Partyn climaxing a
HARRY WIRTZ, President
Phi Gamma Delia
President ...... HARRY WIRTZ
Secretary . . . . PAUL BRANDT
Treasurer . JOHN WHISNANT
Fiji wins Help Week, Homecoming, spring festival awards
The Phi Gams began the year with a
bang as their pledge class won the annual
Alpha Tau Omega Help Week trophy. To
win the award, they raked leaves, helped
light the Hood in Muscatine last spring and
gave parties for crippled children over the
The Phi Gamsi honors also included a
first-place booth, "Whiskey A Go-Go,', in
the spring carnival and a first-place award
in intramural track. For the second con-
secutive year their entry in the Homecom-
ing Hoat competition, "Purdue Will Get a
Raggedy Ann-Bushf, won second place in
The Phi Gams were socially active, too,
planning special entertainment for their
parents during Mother and Dad's Day
Week-ends. Natives, natives everywhere,
the Phi Gams yelled as once again the ever-
popular "Fiji Island Party" brought to a
close an action-packed, fun-filled year.
Hungry men will resort to anything, including sneaking to
the kitchen via the dumb waiter for a midnight raid on the
Phi Kappa Psi
President .... DICK MONTGOMERY
Vice-President . . . . DICK LOZIER
Secretary . . . BOB LIDMAN
Treasurer . . . MIKE WOLFE
DICK MONTGOMERY, President
Phi Psi "brain men" fake College Quiz Bowl top honors
Big brother watches to see that the hike signals are cor-
rectly called during a spur-of-the-moment play in the Phi
Psi rec room.
How many houses can boast of the first
place award in the University College Quiz
Bowl and at the same time hold first place
in golf and handball in the fraternity intra-
The Phi Psi's excelled not only in these
activities of campus life for the year, but
had active members on the Union Board,
Student Senate, and IFC court.
Always busy, the Phi Psfs looked for-
ward throughout the year to having alumni
at their buffet suppers after football games.
As an added feature they were visited by
basketball coach Ralph Miller, a Phi Psi
During their "extra" time, Phi Psiis re-
laxed long enough to plan their social pro-
gram, including the "Fall Brawl," a country
costume party, and the annual "Ieff Duo,"
a party planned with the Phi Garns.
DAVID Orr, President
Phi Kappa Sigma
President ....... DAVID OTT
Vice-President . . . . PAUL DAGLE
Treasurer . . . . DAVE VERPLOEGH
Phi Kap men survey campus for coed calendar prospects
Iowa's Alpha Phi chapter of Phi Kappa
Sigma was well represented at the national
convention held in San Francisco during
Christmas vacation. At the convention
brothers elected new national officers and
discussed national policies. But it was cer-
tainly not all work and no play-the Phi
Kaps also had a taste of the San Francisco
night life, too.
After "sizing upi' all the California girls,
the boys were ready to choose the twelve
most beautiful and most photogenic Iowa
girls to adorn the pages of the annual Phi
Kap calendar, the proceeds were given to
Busy Phi Kaps also participated in a
variety of activities on campus.
In addition to their many social functions,
this year the Phi Kaps added a new pro-
gram of faculty speakers to stimulate the
brothers culturally and academically.
It's a mighty press this Phi Kap's trying to execute, but
with all the encouragement and advice forthcoming how
could he miss?
Pi Kappa Alpha
President ...... GLEN CLARK
Vice-President . . . . BOB HOEHLE
Secretary . . . . . JIM JOHNSON
Treasurer . . . BARNEY FRANZEN
GLEN CLARK, President
PIKA adds another Homecoming float trophy to collection
A checkmate may be imminent, but the PiKA's dalmation
seems to be trying to cajole the audience into giving her
Another award, the Kiwanis trophy for
the best fraternity-sorority float in the
Homecoming parade, became part of the
Pi Kappa Alpha trophy case this year. The
Pikes, with the help of Alpha Xi Delta, en-
titled their winning entry "A Grimm Tale
Also new to the Pike house this year was
the housemother, Mrs. Mary Collins, an
alumna of the University and of Delta
Gamma. Mrs. Collins was previously em-
ployed in Kansas City and experienced be-
ing a housemother for the first time this
The Pike's big event of the year was
the Winter Carnival Week-End, an annual
national event. The weekend included a
tobogganing party and the traditional
Dream Girl formal at which the Pikes chose
their dream girl for the year.
In University intramurals, the Pikes hold
BILL FANTER, President
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Sigma Alpha Epsilon
President ...... BILL FANTER
Vice-President . . . IIM GAUDINEER
Secretary . . . JIM CMEJREK
Treasurer . . . DAVE HUNT
SAE welcomes new housemother to "manage" fraternity
"Come sing to Sigma Alpha Epsilon and
to Minerva, who will lead us onf, So sing
the SAE's to their "special" girls, the Little
Sisters of Minerva. The Little Sisters
arenit, however, the only SAE Sweethearts,
for they have a new housemother, Mrs.
Marian Biere. Mrs. Biere, a former res-
taurant manager, now has her hands full
"managing" the active fraternity.
Homecoming was eventful for the SAE,s
this year. Their float, built with Kappa
Kappa Gamma, was entitled "Herky, lay
'em outu and won first place in the humor
division. Attendance at the second annual
SAE alumni reunion at Homecoming was
double last year's figure.
The SAE,s boast many able athletes in-
cluding six football players, three baseball
players, two wrestling champions and a
Smiles indicate all is going well in the game above board,
but that demurring fellow has a handy ace tucked away
just in case.
jim N. Wilsoii
President ..... KEN STEELMAN
Vice-President . . . . BOB GRIFFIN
Secretary . . . CARI. ROBERTSON
Treasurer . . . IOHN CALVERT
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KEN STEELMAN, President
Sigs plan 'Mile of Dimes' charity proieci, Derby Days
The Sigs like expert advice, so who else would the house-
cleanlng crew turn to but their very own version of a
younger Mr. Clean?
Those men humming 'Tve grown accus-
tomed to her faceu were not necessarily in
love. They may be Sigma Chi's paying tri-
bute to Mrs. Richard E. Bennett in her sec-
ond year as housemother.
Sigma Chi leaders included Ion Van Dus-
seldorp, editor of the Dlg Dean Dort, vice-
president of IFC and ROTC Core Com-
mander, and three members of ODK. Oth-
er Sigma Chi's were active on Union Board,
IFC, Student Senate and Pep Club. Sigma
Chias planned a "Mile of Dimes" project
corresponding to the national March of
Dimes as their main service project and
spent 33,500 to remodel their house.
Special events during the year included
the week-ends set aside to honor Sigma
Chi dads and mothers. Activity approach-
ed a peak as Sigma Chi Derby Days rolled
around. The crowning of the "Sweetheart
of Sigma Chi" at the May Sweetheart For-
mal closed the year.
TOM THROCKMORTON, President
President . . . Tom T1-mocKMoRToN
Vice-President ..,,. BILL HOLT
Secretary ..... CHARLES MAHAN
Treasurer . . . . FRANK Kos
Sigma Nu extensively remodelsg TV, gaming rooms added
The Sigma Nuas donit like to settle for
second best and proved it by taking first
with the Kappas in the 1965 University
Thirty-five thousand dollars worth of re-
modeling kept them busy as they renovat-
ed the pool room and added a "tube-roomn
Along with such campus organizations
as Union Board, I Club, Pep Club, and
ROTC, Sigma Nu men took part in the
Student Senate Blood drive, the Big Broth-
er Program and Project AID.
The Sigma Nu social whirl thrived
throughout the year. Fall began with their
own special Homecoming activities com-
plete with queen Dailene O'Cor1r1or. The
White Rose Formal warmed a December
night, and then spring pranced in with two
annual parties. Sand and palm trees set
the scene for the Polynesian Party, and
'cswingini guys and their chicks" attended
the High School Harry Party.
Maybe he is a very ambitions pre-dental student, but il's
more likely that heis checking out the brothefs Frankie
Iay W. Thomas
Sigma Phi Epsilon
President .,.... MICKEY MosEs
Vice-President . . , GARY CALACCI
Secretary . . . KENT ZIEGLEP.
Recorder . . . . JIM PALMER
Treasurer . . STEVE SCHOMBERG
MICKEY MOSES, President
SigxEp excels in rose seranades, leading fans' cheers
Pyramid-building is tricky business at best, but when
there's a Wobbly man on the bottom it's all over but the
oofs and ouches.
Sig Eps began the year by honoring each
new sorority pledge with a rose and a kiss
during their traditional Rose Serenade.
The romantic-minded brothers also won ti-
tles of All-University Softball and Basket-
ball Champs and included All-American
Football and All-Big Ten Baseball players.
Support for Sig Ep athletes was never low
since two regular cheerleaders in the house
kept the pep above par.
Far from being "all brawn . . .,', Sig Eps
held places in Phi Alpha Mu and ODK.
Among those participating in campus act-
ivities Were Rick Davis, president of Union
Boardg Kenton Ziegler, distinguished AFR-
OTC cadetg and members of CPC, Pep
Club, and Union Board.
Sig Eps welcomed spring with the annual
Sweetheart Formal and ended the year by
handing over the house to their moms, for
Mother's Day Week-End.
MIKE CUNNINGI-IAM President
Twenty fall pledges accepted the Sigma
Pi challenge of maintaining high grades
and participating in campus activities
They strove diligently to follow in the
footsteps of their active brothers who devot
ed time and leadership as chairmen of Or
ientation Council, IFC, Spring Festival
Homecoming, Project AID and Union
Board. Sigma Pi's were also members of
Pep Club, Student Senate and the Fresh
men Intern Program
The spirit of Christmas was extended by
the Sigma Pi's as they planned a party for
severely handicapped children
The social calendar included the annual
Orchid Ball, a Christmas party and other
informal activities throughout the year
A new feature at the house was listen
ing to a member of the faculty or an advis
er from the University every Tuesday eve
ning after dinner
President MIKE CUNNINGHAM
Vice Preszdent VERN HARVEY
Secretary TERRY MAYNARD
Treasure: GLENN BUCHANAN
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BOTTOM ROW: Kathleen Arnold, Ioan Miller, Dorothy Sandra Olsen, Kathy Marbach, Toni Tripp, Lois Garland,
Rowe, Rebecca Hubbell, Marilyn Fahnstrom. TOP ROW:
Cooper House Holds Santa Lucia ceremony ai' Christmas
Coeds from a unit in Cooper House lake a collective break
from their studies at the snack bar.
Cooper house was busiest at the Christ-
mas season this year. An art show featur-
ing works contributed by residents was
held, modeled on the successful show on
Dad's Day. Tree-trimming, and decorating
room doors kept the girls busy, preparing
for an open house that included tours to
see the various Christmas greetings.
Cooper House held a Santa Lucia pag-
eant again this year. One girl portrayed
the saint at a special breakfast celebration
after caroling. The council collected gifts
from the girls that were given to the needy
in Iowa City.
Officers for this year were: Ioan Miller,
president, Becky Hubbell, secretaryg Mari-
lyn Fahnstrom, treasurer, and Mary Austin,
An uppcrclassznan instructs freshmen in the methods of using
the coin-operated washing machine.
IFS never too early to smart practicing for IlASing when you
hope to win the mixed chorus,
There are times when any coed II-els the need for il pop-corn
and gah session.
Members of the executive
council start their campaign to iind new officers for the dorm
The how-to-study books all give directions to take breaks, and these Coeds follow the nies
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Wright House institutes language tables during dinners
The emphasis at Wright House this year
in activities was both social and academic.
The girls held exchanges with the menis
dormitories, and helped plan the Interdorm
Dance, held during the second semester.
The council also sponsored faculty din-
ners each week, and twice weekly had "lan-
guage tables" in the dining room at which
foreign language majors sat at the head of
a table and only a specific foreign language
was spoken during the meal.
A variety show and a style show were
the highlights of the Mothers' Day festiv-
ities in the house .
Officers for the house were: Bonnie
Washington, president, Susan Pierson, vice-
presidentg Tamara Smith, secretary, Eliza-
beth Pratt, treasurerg and Sue Micich, stu-
BOTTOM ROW: Sue Micich, Susan Pierson, Bonnie
Washiixgtoxi, Lucy Pampel, Ian Meiches. TOP ROW:
BOTTOM ROW: Sandy Robison, Mary Gaskins. TOP
ROW: Betsy West, Cindy Huber, Diane Bigelow.
Saundra Boland, Carol LcPrcvost, Vicki Lucas, Yvonne
BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Putnam, Bernie Gabry, Iudy Bowstead. TOP ROW: Betty Barley, Kathy Benz, Carol LePrevost.
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BOTTOM ROW: leztnnelte Crnxell, Indy Osborn. TOP ROW: Pat Barta, Ruth Haig, Marge Schwiclaert, Sherry Longabaugh
BOTTOM ROW: Marilyn Tsukamotn, Sally Stoker, Angela Hinchey, Vicki Lucas.
BOTTOM ROW: Ian Meiches, Peggy Beach, Doris Ry- Vlcko, Linda Blair, Iudy Clayton, Virginia Renaud
bery, Mary Ann Hertel, Barb Close. TOP ROW: Elizabeth
BOTTOM ROW: Bonnie Beadleston, Carol Bunn, Pat Mc- Sagert, Pat O'Toole, Michele Adams.
Cormick, Betsy Becker. TOP ROW: Lin Luken, Kris
McBroom residents devote
their time to service activities
Service was the byword for the residents
of McBroom house this year. At Thanks-
giving the freshman council sponsored a
party for handicapped children at Univer-
sity Hospitals. The house council also
planned to go Christmas caroling at Vet-
erans Hospital during the holiday season.
Although the dormitory was so crowded
in the fall that girls were living in the
lounges, their work along with Daley,
Wellman and Quadrangle Won the sweep-
stakes prize for their Homecoming Hoat.
I an Painter, McBroom's candidate for
Miss U of I, was a semi-finalist in the com-
Oflicers for McBroom were: Cathy Roth
presidentg Iudy Bruhn, vice-presidentg
Nancy Slater, secretaryg Diane Shulke,
treasurerg and Sally Aufrecht, student sen-
ator. The counselor for the house was Miss
Curling up on a bunk to study is a common sight in Burge
usually because the desks are loaded.
TOP ROW: Sally Aufrecht, Andy Bahnsen, Iudy Bruhn, bush, Phyllis Rosine, Cathy Roth, Sharon Satterly, Indy
Anne Hoswell, Camile Lawhead, Ian Neymeyer, Judy Schwartz, Diane Shulke, Nancy Slater.
Patsch. BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Petersen, Diane Quaken-
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BOTTOM ROW: Carolyn Weidlein, Laura Goodell, Williams, Ieanne Tarnse, Georgine Mazzoli, Patty Lowrey,
Nancy Petersen, Nancy Moxley, Iudy Andersen, Elaine Mary Yournans, Iudy Ruegnita, Linda Larsen. ROW 4:
Eisner, Ruth Evans. ROW 2: Mary Collins, Cheryl Rohdy, Iennifer Davis, jean Eckels, Margot McVoy, Beatrice Toney,
Ioy Layman, Nicky Galbraith, Cynthia Hammitt, Ian Wag- Ioan Volberding, Ianine Chrisman, lean Disney.
ner, Ianice Hoffman, Nancy Brunner. ROW 3: Cheryl
BOTTOM ROW: Ianet Day, Rebecca Flemming, Ian Nel- Donna Bilunos, Penny Carlson, Shirley Steffe, Susan
son, Sharon Satlerly, Phyllis Rosine, Donna Dalen, Katie Gehrls, Sally Slightam, Icnnifer Caslavka, Jennifer Curran.
Barclay. TOP ROW: Trish Reithal, Marde Anderson,
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BOTTOM ROW: Kathryn Cohen, Carol Kinney, Charlotte Blatchley, Cheryl Woods, Ioyce Larsen, Cheryl Wagner,
Ziesrnan, Diane Shulke, Catherine Roth, Debby Grant, Linda Sanders. ROW 3: Kristyn Makinster, Deanna Harris,
Diane Moritz, Loraine Marsh. ROW 2: Sharon Schoon- Connie Shipp, Marilee Reemtsma, Amelia Winterfield
ouer, Lois Perry, Michele Telford, Renee Tovson, Ianet Kathryn McCarty, Celeste Sturdevant, Marie Flatley.
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Wardell halls during holidays
Wardell girls were active in many areas
this year. Their council sponsored dinner-
and-dance exchanges with some of the
men's dormitories and had faculty mem-
lsers as their dinner guests periodically.
The freshman council invited guests to
speak on Saturday mornings on topics of
interest to the girls. During the holidays,
door decorations, tree-trimming and carol-
ing were carried on. Secret gift exchanges
among the girls were also a highlight of
the festive season.
Wardell also had girls living in lounges
during part of the first semester,
Oiiicers for Wardell were: Barb Boyle,
president, Diana Rodden, vice-president,
Pat Bezdek, ' secretary, Marilyn Iensen,
treasurer, and Kris Godeke, student sena-
tor. Counselor for Wardell was Miss Kath-
TOP ROW: Pat Bezdek, Mary Billington, Barbara Bower, Marilyn Iensen Marm McNiel Pat Meier Gerda Murra
Barbara Boyle, Iudy Cochrane, Anne Cox, Kris Godeke, Nancy Noller Linda Owens D1aneRodden Enca Schrauer
Ianet Holtcamp. BOTTOM ROW: Pamela Henderson,
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D MROW: Mary Royer, Karen Wagner, Linda Hawk, Iohnson, Carolyn Koon, Iudine Lernows, Iean Hays. ROW 3:
Ianson, Kris Bowman,, Erica Schrauer, Patricia Bezdek, Pamela Henderson ,Martha Stephenson, Kathleen Metzger, Linda
Margaret McNiel. ROW 2: IoAnne Elmore, Marie Larson, Ianice Hale, lane Caster, Dawn Wilson, Karen Berg-
Stelk, lane Uhlenberg, Dianne Steninger, Ieanne strom, Ianice Siglin, Faye Klefstad, Trix Veenhuizen, Marianne
helps Starks, Karen Mclntosh, Catherine Latta, Ielfrie Cavalier.
ROW: Sandra Monson, Cynthia Charlsow, Thelma Barb Gardner, Evelyn Engel, Camelia Reed, Linda Leitch. ROW
Karen Norris, Sandi Frank, Io Ann Ballou. ROW 2: Su- 4: Candace Phillips, Claudette Heddens, Karin Caseloeer, Iudy
Shirley, Bonnie Campbell, Kathleen Dougherty, Eileen Anderson, Ian Threlkelcl, Marilyn Arnold, Gerda Murra, Pam
Kathryn Knoll, Carolyn Victorne, Dorothy Ahrens, Pa- Gregor.
Meier. ROW 3: Iane Little, Ruth Hanson, Diane Paullus,
BOTTOM ROW: Gloria Wirth, Vera Sanders, Nancy Nol-
ler, Marilyn Iensen, Diana Rodden, Barbara Boyle, Barbara
Bower, Ianet Holtcamp. ROW 2: Carol Kubicek, Linda
Archibald, Beverly Tegland, Sandra Soults. Iodie Chally,
Cassandra Skogmo, Karyn Buttlelnan, Luanne Keller. ROW
3: Mary Ellen Sayre, Patrice Magee, Jane Kading, Kathy
Turnbull, Susan Lister.
BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Capek, Lynn Scholtz, Ianie
Morse, Joyce Rollins, Diane Hibbs, IoAnn Brown, Rachel
Bach, Iudy Cochrane. ROW 2: Becky Hunter, Marty Gil-
lam, Barbara Sadlak, Karol Hellyer, Nanci Hendrickson,
Iana Gates, Gerrie Schulte, Kristie Poulos, Sandy Smith,
Sandra Willadsen, Debby Donovan. ROW 3: Pat Ruegg,
Sue Meyers, Kristen Godeke, Susan Christensen, Nancy
Severance, Kathy Knuths, Diane Ackerman, Debbie Ma-
iuire, lean Valentine, Barbara Anderson, Pamela New-
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Activities in Wellman were geared to
floor unit rather than total house partici-
pation this year because of the large num-
ber of girls living in the house.
Wellman was one of the houses building
the float "I-Ierlcy Goes To Market," which
captured several prizes during Homecom-
ing. To celebrate the holidays, Wellman
girls decorated their doors with an old-
fashioned idea and trimmed the tree in
the main lounge of Burge.
The council planned a second semester
orientation program for new residents. A
Wellman team was part of the College
Oiiicers for Wellman were: Kate Will-
iamson, president, Karin Gleamza, vice-
presidentg Pat Miller, secretary, Carol
Floyd, treasurerg and Liz Edson, student
senator. The counselor for the house was
Miss Lois Ireland.
Pat Dougan tosses her hat into the ring during a skit pre-
sented at the house election cozy.
TOP ROW: Elizabeth Edson, Inez Eland, Mary Ernmel, Cheryl O'Brien, Elizabeth Osenbough, Annette Rick, An-
Carol Floyd, Karen Gleamza Sharon Hoheisel Suzanne netle S ll S
., , ' e ergren, usan Sykes, Kate Williamson, Candy
Linheld, Mary Manning. BOTTOM ROW: Pat Miller, Wright.
Friends help a candidate for house office, by participating in her skit on little girls.
Soft drinks and do-
nuts satisfy specta-
tors at the Wellman
election cozy in the
Kate Daum sponsors special
programs, faculty brunches
Special programs were held this year for
girls living in Kate Daum, dealing with
such topics as knitting and gift suggestions
for men. The council also sponsored fac-
ulty brunches on Saturdays followed by dis-
The house shared with Hillcrest the hon-
or of having their float win the award for
best residence hall float in the Homecoming
In addition to the door decorations and
caroling throughout the house during
Christmas, one floor sponsored a party for
children at Pine School.
The council also painted a mural on one
association room wall.
Officers included: Maggie Scott, presi-
dent, Gayle Stoltz, vice-president, Ellen
Moyen, secretary, Sharon Freund, treasur-
er, and Anne Dutton, student senator.
Counselor for the house was Miss Susan
The right guy and the right voice bring a look of joy as a
coed gleefully accepts a date.
TOP ROW: Teri Brucker, Ann Dutton, Sharon Greund, Ellen Mower, Deanne Neuman, Maggie Scott, Gail Stoltz,
Barb Gardner, Ieartne Genzel, Layna Hartman, Trish Hull, Ioyce Sturgeon, Ruth Thomson, Vivian Villers, Jennifer
Linda Laurich. BOTTOM ROW: Mary Lynn Meadows, Weber.
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roommates new cosmetics.
The ironing rooms are always busy, especially before classes,
as girls race to get ready.
Calling for their dates, guys search for the correct number and
settle for a "short" wait.
Daley pom-pon girls perform
clrills, dances on Dad's Day
Daley initiated a pom-pon line this year
with 12 girls performing precision drills
and dance routines. Wearing the house
colors of blue and yellow, they marched to
entertain the visitors on Dads Day.
The new student council worked with
handicapped children this year and spon-
sored a Christmas party at Pine School.
Another project was the "Daley Newsf'
the publication for the house, which con-
tained poetry, articles and coming events.
Daley, in conjunction with McBroom,
Wellman and Quadrangle, sponsored the
prize-winning Homecoming Hoat, "Herky
Goes To Market?
Officers for Daley were: loyce Cargile,
president, Pat Ienkins, vice-president, Barb
Meeker, secretary, Sue Feldman, treasurer,
and Ruth Grout, student senator. The coun-
selor for the house was Miss Ianet Rode-
The Dailey public relations board prints a newsletter every
TOP ROW: Janice Alherton, Kenna Brucker, Joyce Car- Susan Hanson, lean Hudson, Pat Ienkins, Ian Luckenbill,
gile, Christin Deming, Louise Duvall, Sue Eichhorn, Sue Barb Meeker, Marcia Pochter, Vicki Stuart.
Feldman, Ruth Grout. BOTTOM ROW: Annette Hall,
BOTTOM ROW: Susan Feldman, Jean Hudson, Jan Ather- sen, Linda McConnelee, Judy Kimball, Elaine Walker,
ton, Jann Rarig, Cathy LeRoy, Janie Weaver, Theresa Ursula Trimble, Nancy McGimpsey, Cathy Bolton, Cyndy
Judge, Linda Metsker. ROW 2: Jane Cook, Nancy Lange, Gregory, Susan Dubes, Becky Baumeier, Anne Borchelt,
Karen Mosny, Joan Hunter, Linda Channell, Mary Knud- Winifred Oewerson.
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BOTTOM ROW: Pat Burda, Sue Eichorn, Nancy Lubin, Tamara Prenosil, Fran Hasenckver, Gayle Baumgartel.
Barbara Truhlar, Julie Hicks, Judy Mahan, Lynn Andrews
Diane O'Leary, Elly Wentworth. ROW 2: Tam Duggle:
by, Sharon O'Neill, Elizabeth Ransom, Bonnie Grumstrup
Sue Williams, Jeanne Seiple, Della Brewer, Susan Patteei
ROW 3: Angela Brinttley, Janice Herald, Beverly Knake
Jolue Morgan, Julie Britton, Susan Roth, Barbara Schmidt
Ann Eisenhart, Joyce Barbel, Diane Stake, Karen Dean
BOTTOM ROW: Patricia Cadwallader, Rosa Ann Kas- Wendel, Sandy Spencer, Debbie Sindt, Donna Sissel, Doris
parek, Susan Sachnoll, Virginia Sullivan, Louise Duvall,
Gwen Cottingham, Sally Iones, Marykay Dudek, Sue Gar-
vin. ROW 2: Randi Hawkins, Sheryljan Crawford, Diana
Lott, Iane Tuchscher, Linda Willhite, Chris Sprouse, Iamie
Gibson. ROW 3: Connie Stamer, Linnea Peterson, Carol
Eichler, Patti Dunbar, Ieri Iones, Iill Suiter, Kathy Brown,
Polly Scheel, Karen Martin, Diana Wilber.
BOTTOM ROW: Neva Hubbartt, Ruth Grout, Vicki
Stuart, Susan Hanson, Anette Hall, Ioyce Cargile, Martha
Pritchard, Carole Heseman, Susan Fensterbusch. ROW 2:
Betty Leman, Martha Hamman, Pat Heichel, Penny Kar-
ber, Iane Lehman, Elizabeth Schlanger, Anne Ramsey, Bar-
bara Schwartz, Claudia Vetter, Ellen Eisenberg. ROW
3: Suzanne Berg, Nancy Hamrnann, Linda Schenck, Mari-
lyn Christensen, Pamela Bock, Colleen Konicki, Carlie
Stoltz, Charlotte Cooper, Karen Pallischeck, Ann Mcllrath.
ROW 4: Ioan Calder, Carol Hubbard, Pamela Misfeldt,
Ieanne Hand, Barbara O,Rourke, Ioan Gordon, Nancy
Stech, Iolynne Brown, Dellaine Bishop.
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The social committee plans mixers, exchanges, and iloatbuilcliug
Iudiciary board members time a resident racing through the
doors at the last minute.
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Social events were the main focus of the
year at Hillcrest. A new social program
was initiated, which included three parties
-a vertigo party in the fall, a party for
Christmas, and a Playboy Party in the
spring at which the Hillcrest queen, Leha
Hunter, was crowned. Other activities in-
cluded the building of the float 'fWe're on
The Right Track" with Kate Daum, which
won as the best residence hall entry in the
There was an increased emphasis on stu-
dent government in the dorm this year, in-
cluding a new judiciary set-up and a Fresh-
man Forum to train freshmen for offices in
the Hillcrest government. A Camera Club
was also active this year in Hillcrest.
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BOTTOM ROW: Robert Holcomb, Richard Feller, Mark
Monahan, Iohn Riherd. TOP ROW: Roger Anderson, Iim
Bright, Frank Tangren, Ion Bowcrmaster, LeRoy Coleman.
BOTTOM ROW: John Riherd, Roger Anderson, LeRoy
Coleman, Mark Monahan, Brooke Harris, Robert Holcomb,
David Dallman, Erik Iohnson. ROW 2: Larry Brurnmel,
Robert McKnight, Paul Borg, Frank Tangren, Dick Lock-
ridge, Robert Schrade, Donald Kos, Gaylord McGrath.
ROW 3: Bruce Goddard, Peter Sovas, Ierome Dziurawiec,
Iohn Wunder, Richard Krejci, Roy Shannon, Fred Bert-
BOTTOM ROW: Larry Kopp, Iohn Fye, Tom Martin, Charles Keller, Byron Wong. ROW 3: lack Andrewson, Charles Houd-
Beith, George Hartman, Rich Nading. ROW 2: Iohn Schweppe, esheldt, Dave Marshall, Dick Serrahn, Kerry Conard, lim Bright.
Neil Simmons, Darrell Fulton, Burton Kross, Allan Iones, Dick
BOTTOM ROW: Robert Blunk, Richard Feller, Frank Tangren, Sterba, Ierry Thorius, Robert Neumeier. ROW 3: Iefl Mar-
Edwin Skorupa, Larry Burke. ROW 2: Gary Swain, William gulies, David Stock, Iames Skarda.
BOTTOM ROW: Roger Anderson, LeRoy Coleman, Mark Mona- ROW: Larry Brummel, Michael Roddy, Gaylord McGraat
han, Brooke Harris, Robert Holcomb, David Dallman. TOP Iamcs Skarda, George Cosson, Robert McKnight, Roy Shannon.
BOTTOM ROW: Glen Gottschalk, Wes Griesbach, Allen
Schneider, David Mayrose, Iohn Riedel, Douglas Ireland,
Brian Hyduk, Tim McBeth. ROW 2: Rockne Foreman,
Dale Kaul, Robert Barnhill II, Craig Wenthe, Iohn Frank-
lin, Kenneth Mahr, William Burlage, Thomas Colbert.
ROW 3: Barry Kolsrud, Ioe Holtz, Dave Toussaint, War-
ren Osterfoss, Terry Tucker, Joseph Galbreath, Michael
Parrnely. ROW 4: Michael Curtis, Tom Zisko, Robert
Moulds, Fred Diamond, Iames Bowen.
BOTTOM ROW: David Moses, Kirk Bradley, Dick Lange,
Kent Rissman, lim Coulter, Byron Wong, Norman New-
house, advisor, Charles Catalano. ROW 2: John Maddy,
Michael Walrath, Thomas Glasser, Chuck Collins, Wayne
Bidelman, Al Boeck, Iim Kolwen, Tim Hlavacek, Roy Mc-
Allister. ROW 3: Louis Picek, Larry Earley, Ted Law-
son, lim Oeth, Leslie Rudnick, Iohn Scott, Nels Voldseth,
Larry Gayeski. ROW 4: Donald Raker, Ice Casey, Steven
RowlcEy,kl!!lurray Kent, Iames Dotson, Keith Baker, Harold
Van ic ' e.
BOTTOM ROW: Rick Monroe, Gary Lenhart, Iohn Wun-
der, Robert Bowlin, Keith Arps, Rich Nading, Mark Mon-
ahan, Tony Wengert, Bob Murray, Merle Royce. ROW
2: Don Poston, Ed Pritchard, Tim Eckerman, Barry Byrne,
Dennis Schuelke, Dennis Bangston, Scott Miller, Dave
Smith, Ross Reinheimer, Ion Gans, Iohn Swenson. ROW
3: Steve Iacobson, Thomas Iaynes, Iohn Flitken, Roger Lor-
ing, John Riherd, Ken Ross, Merrill Crawford, Tom Starr,
Garry Phelps. ROW 4: Iames Koenig, Ronald Davis,
Nicklas Esders, Dave Reynolds, Bob Ford, Leroy Bell, James
Shriver, Ion Acton.
BOTTOM ROW: Ian Maly, Iohn Wilde, Tom Buttel,
Michael Hogan, Ierry Thorius, David Tom, Dick Serrahn.
ROW 2: Mark Palmquist, Ierry Raney, Larry Raines, Ter-
ry Weller, Greg Strasser, Marc Harding, David Heilmann,
I. P. Poer, Iames DeReus. ROW 3: Iohn Gillenwater,
Pal Sotayl, Bob Stange, Kurt Bundgaard, Spencer Selby,
Doug Kreutz, Larry Claus, Gary Armstrong,
BOTTOM ROW: Earl Traschel, Darrell Fulton, Allen
Hostetler, Bruce Goddard, Randall Haines, Ed Snyder,
Iohn Allender, Barry Silbaugh, Roy Ritzmann. ROW 2:
Randolph Steig, Robert Riddle, Michael Collins, Dan Gril-
iith, David Grainger, Randy Block, Bill Lamberson, Marvin
Bruck, Iohn Lewis. ROW 3: Perry Monkelsen, Roger
Wolfe, Tom McGowan, Chuck Friedl, Randy Gaudian, Ste-
ven Combs, Ken Hunziker, Ion Schiller. ROW 4: Dennis
Critsch, Thomas Miller, Iohn Dearine, Nate Dappen.
BOTTOM ROW: Richard Echternacht, Bohn McLane,
Larry Kopp, Robert McKnight, Allan Iones, William Ir-
vine, Douglas Carlson, Del Gregg. ROW 2: Lou Ehr-
hardt, Carl Moore, Craig Wilson, David Stallman, Doug-
las Hill, Michael Finken, Dan Cocklin, Dan Pratt. ROW
3: Ted Ward, Ion Bouermaster, Tom Tucker, Derek Stor-
ey, Everette Burk, Ierry Eclsen, James Smith, Ierry Currie.
ROW 4: Lyle Petersen, William Newbrough, Glenn But-
cher, Iames Brown, Richard Quarton, Thomas Bergstrom,
BOTTOM ROW: Benj. Vander Zwaag, Steve Ryerson,
Vic Villont, Dave Mason, Stephen Echternach, Steve Fobes,
Roger Burken, Robert Holcomb, Tom Stroope. TOP ROW:
Michael Petersen, Edwin Bartine, Robert Gardner, Alfred
Friedrichsen, Robert Dixon, Larry Parson, Bob Mahan,
Richard Feldmann, Paul Schuh.
BOTTOM ROW: Ierry Ward, Tom Page, Richard Con-
nell, Tom Martin, Dick Lockridge, lim McCoy, Terry Mill-
er, Edwin Skorupa, William Smith. ROW 2: William
Sibley, Michael Roddy, Larry McElroy, Larry Ledenbach,
Richard Howell, Gordon I-Iebenstreit, Raymond Byers,
Richard Kraus, William Wolford, Ieff Margulies. ROW 3:
Dennis Hagan, William Kuttler, David Hellwege, Clyde
Stoltenberg, Dean Mouw, Terry Branstad, Steve Szabo,
Darwin Paustian, Robert Neumeier.
BOTTOM ROW: Richard Walling, Dick Keller, Steve chael Hellige, Larry Azuse, Mike McKinley, Richard
Fredericks, Ron Wesley, Steve Hoth, Steve Hiland, Robert Whealley, Iohn Nicholls, Denny Brown.
McDaniel. TOP ROW: Brad Keisey, Barry Miller, Mi-
BOTTOM ROW: Lyle Stanley, Iohn Fye, Larry Brummel, Keefe, Arthur Berger, Bruce Marlowe, Iames Weaver, David
Steve Pierce, Iames Ragan, Fakhruddin Danish, Tim Wil- Groenwold. ROW 3: Philip Mead, Robert Cook, Brooke
son, David Deters, Mike Deters. ROW 2: Ira White, Harris, Alvin Norman, Steve Dertinger, Darwin Goodvin,
Daniel Swallom, Robert Iones, Iames Dauber, Frank David Hickman, Iarnes Scott, Gary Doden.
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BOTTOM ROW: David Faulk, Vern Smith, lack Iacob- Lon Bright, Kerry Conard. ROW 3: Kenton Coons, Lar
sen, Charles Houdesheldt, Kenneth McBeath. ROW 2: ryBurke, Richard Mathes.
Richard Randell, Richard Schrader, Harold Schweitzer,
BOTTOM ROW: Darrell William Dunscombe, Randall Iohn Hoffman, Iames Hanket, Kenton Toomey, Mark Mey-
Wagner, Burton Kross, Alan Rusk, Steve Carlson, Steve er. ROW 3: Iirn Bright, Mike Humphrey, Danny Ohl-
Iordan, Bill Boyd, Dan Hutchinson. ROW 2: Charles son, Terry Firkins, David Stock, Glen Anderson, William
Dlsselhorst Michael Herman, Irvin Hentzel, Chuck Beaver, Fritzsche
BOTTOM ROW: Mike Gerdes, Rodney Powell, Iim Darby, Dennis LaPoint, Ioe Reuter, Stephen Bisenius, Duane Pfef-
Dave Marshall, Robert Blunck, Iames Middleton. ROW 2: fer. ROW 3: Ron Nelson, Bill Gearman, Robert Lang,
Robert Dworschack, Iames Brower, Ronald McClellen, Ioe Iohnson Lawrence Northway, Douglas Minney.
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BOTTOM ROW: Philip Moloney, Erik Johnson, Richard
Whiteis, Paul Campbell, Derald Dosland, Ierry Luttrell,
Cary Lieberman, Fred Bertschinger, Samuel Reynolds,
Russell Anderson. ROW 2: Iohn Ivanoff, David Bunce,
john Hansen, Tom Tauber, Richard Salge, Ted Weirather,
Iames Wilson, Iohn Heffernan, Fred Buresh, Steven Hel-
vick, Robert Smith. ROW 3: Doug Olson, Mike Manis,
Larry Foster, Ronald Kent, Iim Robbins, Duane Lubbert,
Roger Iaynes, Richard Farlow, Gary Barker, Paul Eisner,
Donald Miller. ROW 4: Scott Miller, Russ Collingwood,
Bob Williams, lack Andrewson, Dave Grimm, Michael
Iacobs, Larry Hughes, David Arkovich, William Wilfrud.
BOTTOM ROW: Iohn Schweppe, Iohn Hoffman, LeRoy Cole- Gary Bridgeford, Iohn McCartney, Gaylord McGrath, lim Wen-
man, Mike Teal, Steven Rueter, Iohn Steelman. TOP ROW: del, Roger Anderson, Frank Lundon, Art Gursch,
BOTTOM ROW: Robert Schrade, Ronald Harris, George Cos- ROW 3: Brandt Echternacht, Robert Hegeman, Dale Stearns,
son, Dale Cochran, Iohn Arnold. ROW 2: Phillip McBride, It-:ff Musfeldt.
Quentin Coffman, Kirt Kellner, Neil Simmons, George Hartman.
Van Der Zee
BOTTOM ROW: Ion Broers, Gary Markwell, Iim Parrott, Kos, james Wolfe, Steve Tindal. ROW 3: Walter Iohnson, Rus-
Charles Beith, Jeff Hahn, Richard Kladstrup, Richard Giles, sell Curtis, Bill Ray, Denny Dotson, George Duster, Dennis Bull
Michael Cotton. ROW 2: Steven Rutz, Steve Duncan, Kent Frank Hull, Warren Underhill.
Iohnson, David Graning, Ronald Nesladek, Henry Olsen, Donald
BOTTOM ROW: Iohn Hadley, Gary Berndt, Duane Ca- mings. ROW 3: Thomas Messenger, Case Wewerka, Al-
vins, Bernard johnson, Robert Cook, Kevin Wall. ROW lan Young, Steve Gross, Iohn Lohr, Glenn Lee. ROW 4:
2: Dennis McVey, Mark Milach, Dick Wiebe, Roger Larry Duncan, Don Carlson, Iohn Spragg, Larry Davis.
Christian ,Thomas Green, Randall Iordison, Gary Cum-
Quacl men build prize-winning float pick new queen
Quadrangle activities started enthusias-
tically this year with the Homecoming fes-
tivities. Quadrangle's Hoat, built with three
of the houses in Burge Hall, Won the sweep-
stakes prize and the second prize for beauty.
It was titled "I-lerky Goes To Market."
During the spring the Quadrangle men
selected Barb Petersen, to reign as Quad-
rangle Queen. She was crowned at the an-
nual dance. This yearis theme was "A
Time and a Placef,
During the year, Quadrangle held ex-
changes With the girls, dorms, and had fac-
ulty dinner guests at the dorm. Career
guidance was the theme for these visits.
Open houses were part of the festivities
during Homecoming, Dads' Day, Mothers'
Day and Christmas.
BOTTOM ROW: Iohn Hadley, Gary Berndt, Duane Cav-
ins, Bernard Iohnson, Robert Cook. TOP ROW: Larry
Duncan, Dick Wiebe, Steve Gross, Dennis McVey.
BOTTOM ROW: Richard Nelson, Robert Harmer, Bill meyer, Iohn Roche, Bruce Dugstad. ROW 3: Alan
Zortman, James Solen, Biil Budelier. ROW 2: Don Ed- Schenck, Stan Bjorklund, Thomas Varnum, Bill Fallgatter,
gar, Theodore Pieper, Richard Louvar, Timothy Bok- lim Trunnell.
BOTTOM ROW: Lyle Fullmer, Michael Hayward, Bruce Dick Bogenrief, David Duesler, I. F. Biebesheimer, Norm
Krause, Eric Morris, Case Wewerka, Michael Lukowicz, Thompson, Kent Luehke, ROW 3: Mitchell Taxy, Dan-
Chuck Clemens. ROW 2: Paul DiBlasio, Larry Guerine, iel Meyer, Tom Messenger, Barry Sletzel.
BOTTOM ROW: Iames Wishart, Earl Kemp, Richard William Brock. ROW 3: Iohn Martin, Iay Baum, Pat
Spain, Iohn Carson, Thomas Green. ROW 2: Scott Wal- rick Mulvihill, Glenn Lee, Iohn Blackburn, Ieflrey Shapiro
lace, Iames Ferguson, Corwyn Berger, Ronald Sweeney,
BOTTOM ROW: Iames Hannah, Iohn Klein, Mike Fuller,
Max Willett, Ioe Roseman, Tom Law, Dick Wiebe, Rob-
ert Patterson. ROW 2: Gregory Loots, Robert Shields,
Michael Horton, Dennis Burling, William Knoke, Ronald
Iulseth, Ric Snitkey. ROW 3: Douglas Slotten, Terry
Hopper, Bruce Tullis, Rush Shortley, Edward Ratkewiez
Charles McLane, Roger Garg, Bob Ienks. ROW 4: Mi-
chael Suzuki, Gregory Schwirtz, Bruce McClathchey, Or-
ville McCord, Eldon Van Arkel.
BOTTOM ROW: Bernard Iohnson, Mark Steine, Iohn
Lawrence Kruse. ROW 3: Roger Christian, Kenneth les-
Hadley, Alan Schenck, Robert Cook, Larry Duncan, Dennis sen, Terrell Taylor, Tom Safley, Iake Ohlinger, Gary
McVey. ROW 2: Richard Lincoln, Don Kuechrnann, Don
Krekel, Robert Rosenthal, Bob Goddard, Rodger Moring.
Berndt, Allan Mira.
BOTTOM ROW: Torn Samuelson, William Leonard, Iohn
Lohr, Larry Fennema, Stephen Gross, Steven Schamp, Pat-
rick Kirby, Kevin Manson, David Marold, Dean Knapp,
Jerry Christensen. ROW 2: Richard Claeys, Gerald Geh-
ling, Bill Scherrnerhorn, Iirn Boltz, Mike Aaaron, Richard
Stewart, Martin Kent, Alan Cohen, Elvio Vido, Carl Burde,
Nickie Sellman, Tim Barnhouse. ROW 3: Richard Car-
ter, Iohn Kahrl, William White, Hal Gilehrist, Don Carl-
son, Larry Nielsen, Stan Lone, Marv Schmitz, Bill Eaton,
Mike Hanley, Steven Warbasse, Dave Schafer.
BOTTOM ROW: Ralph Kryder, Larry Davis, Duane Ca-
vins, Ronald Berry, Larry Stelter, Bowman Miller, Don
Golik, David Manley, Iames Campbell, Ioe Messinger.
ROW 2: Iim Ploen, Tom Patthoff, Ron Marshall, Tsuy-
oshi Veda, Dean Buresh, Richard Reierson, Tom Osborn,
Iohn Payton, Rick Taylor, Iames Russell. ROW 3: Iim
Hodson, Rickie Long, Stephen Odem, Tom Stark, Mike
Schultz, Dennis McGivern, Ronald Salome, David Baika
auskas, Carroll Hanson, Vack Aldinger.
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South Quad residents hold discussions on current events
Butch Cox, Gary Graham. David Miller.
South Quadrangle, which held many
graduate student sthis year, started activi-
ties such as discussion groups one night
every two Weeks. They covered topics in-
cluding the War in Viet Nam, the college
student and the draft, and debates by can-
didates for student body oliicers.
The council also began a project to ob-
tain reference books for the dormitory, since
none were available to residents.
Men in the dormitory competed with
other men's residence hall teams in intra-
mural athletics in such sports as touch
football and dart-throwing.
Other activities included exchanges with
Womenis dormitories, a Dads Day open
house and a coffee hour.
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Butch Cox, Mel Cline. ROW 2: Richard Bruning, Mel- Gayle Garlock, Stanley Meyer, Gary Good.
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OH-campus living, with its ever-present
cooking, cleaning and rent-paying, was part
of the lives of about 6,000 students at the
university this year.
Some of them lived in approved housing
that is inspected and ruled by the Otlice of
Other students occupied rooms, apart-
ments, houses or trailers and hoped for the
best concerning social contacts and living
conditions. Problems were many, but so
were the rewards of freedom and inde-
It's just as hard to study oil-campus as it is in the dorm.
Eating out is a way of life for students who have room without
i'No animals allowed" doesn't mean that a guy can't try
to hide his clog in the apartment.
Sometimes an alley IS the only
place to shake a dustmop
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Before Leaving . . .
Telling the story of a year at the University of Iowa becomes increasingly complex as
the University expands. We have tried to capture a little of the atmosphere, so that in the
future years it will be meaningful to the present students.
A yearbook editor seems to need large doses of encouragement and I have been no ex-
ception. Prom photo night at the Union to finishing copy, many people have lent their support.
The 1966 Hawkeye is dedicated to Professor Wilbur Peterson who is retiring this year.
He has put in thousands of hours of work on past Hawkeyes-smoothing lines in communi-
cation and solving administrative details. To all his editors, he has been a true friend. Under
his direction, the Hawkeye has won numerous awards including two All-American ratings.
Because of his dedicated work, 4'Pete', was named yearbook "Adviser of the Year" in 1964.
Thanks also go to Mr. Walker, Gene McRae and Auxier of Southwestern Engraving
Company for their help, and to Mr. Bill Bywater of Economy Advertising. I would also like
to thank Mr. Edward Bassett, publisher of the Hawkeye, for his support and the Iowa School
of lournalism for theirs.
There were many staffers who devoted large amounts of their time to the Hawkeye,
and two deserve special accolade. Por Iill Ruggeri, managing editor, and Andrea Goeb, as-
sistant editor, the Hawkeye office soon became a second home. Without their unstinting
help the book would never have been published.
I know that Business Manager, Paul Dagle, would like to add his thanks to mine for
Kathy Brady's tremendous work as art editor.
Copy editors and writers are the unsung heroes of yearbooks. They put in many hours
at the telephone and on their typewriters to sketch an accurate picture of the year. My thanks
go to Pat Asleson, Ian McRoberts, Sue Boudinot, Tam Duggleby, Kay Kroeger, Gail Logan-
ecker, Carolyn Rinker, Pam Emerson, Margaret Fones, Eileen Gruefe, Sheri Hughes, Sue
Hoover, Iohn Cloyed and Ken Baxter. Barb Johnson won my undying gratitude when she
volunteered to work this spring, as did Vona Custer, who singlehandedly, did the Index.
Fran Puhl and Liz Gilbert did an excellent job of typing the identifications for the thous-
ands of students who appear in the 1966 Hawkeye.
A yearbook can only be as good as the quality and breadth of the pictures it presents.
Under the direction of Mike Toner, the photography staff produced some excellent, if tardy,
pictures. Carol Carpenter and Marlin Levison's work is outstanding. Special thanks go to
Chris Bunge for his photographic work this spring and to lim Kent and the photographers
at Photo Service for their excellent pictures of student groups. I would also like to thank Mr.
Donald Woolley and his spring semester News Photo I class for their contributions.
Paul Dagle and his business staff worked tirelessly on the summer and fall campaign to
sell a record number of Hawkeys. My thanks go to Iohn Vespa, Bud Erikson, Darrel
Netherton, Russ Knudson, Allen Weidler, Hank Lischer, lim Anderson, Vicki Heuer, Nadya
Fomenko, and Pam Porter.
My deepest gratitude goes to my parents, my family, my in-laws and my friends who
encouraged me to complete school and edit the yearbook. When the going got rough, they
always had time to listen and help.
My husband deserves a medal for helping me through the past year. He survived my
qualms and soothed my nerves. He was my toughest critic when I needed help with pictures
or copy, and my closest ally.
The 1966 Hawkeye attempts to show the diverse activities that compose the Univer-
sity of Iowa and makes it a special place for its graduates. I hope that in future years it will
continue to remind former students of the events and people during the 1965-66 academic
1966 HAWKEYE, Editor
ical Engineering, 118
Administrative Otiices, 14
Alpha Chi Omega, 326
Alpha Chi Sigma, 151
Alpha Delta Pi, 328
Alpha Epsilon Pi, 359
Alpha Gamma Delta, 331
Alpha Kappa Kappa, 158
Alpha Kappa Psi, 97
Alpha Lambda Delta, 86
Alpha Phi, 332
Alpha Phi Omega, 226
Alpha Tau Omega, 360
Alpha Xi Delta, 335
Alumni Association, 20
American Institute of Chem-
American Institute of Indus-
trial Engineering, 118
Angel Flight, 242
Associated Students of
Associated Students ol
Beta Alpha Psi, 101
Beta Theta Pi, 363
Board of Regents, 13
Burge Hall, 402
College of, 24
Central Party Committee,
Chi Epsilon, ll3
Chi Omega, 336
Christus House, 228
Coaching Staff, 294
Collegiate Chamber of
Currier Hall, 396
Delta Delta, 339
Sigma Delta, 104
Sigma Pi, 98
Tau Delta, 367
Theta Phi, 122
Dentistry, College of, 28
Dolphin Fraternity, 213
Education, College of, 32
Engineering, College of, 36
Epsilon Phi, 219
Eta Kappa Nu, 114
Gamma Alpha Chi, 152
Gamma Delta, 230
Gamma Phi Beta, 344
General Nursing Students
Graduate College, 40
Hillel Foundation, 229
Homecoming Committee, 197
Interdorm Social Board, 224
Interfraternity Council, 322
Iowa Memorial Union, 18
Iowa Student Bar
Iowa Transit, 115
Iournalism, School ol, 66
Iunior American Dental
Iunior American Dental
Hygienists Association, 108
Kappa Alpha Theta, 347
Kappa Epsilon, 169
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 348
Kappa Phi, 230
Lambda Chi Alpha, 371
Law, College of, 46
Lettermanis Club, 320
Liberal Arts, College ol, 50
Medical Student Council, 157
Medical Technologists, 157
Medicine, College of, 68
Miss U of I Pageant
Miss U of I Pageant
Mortar Board, 87
Newman Club, 227
Nursing, College ol, 72
Nu Sigma Nu, 159
OFF Campus Housing, 437
Old Gold Singers, 232
Omicron Delta Kappa, 88
Orientation Council, 198
Panhellenic Council, 221
Pep Club Council, 214
Pep Club Subcommittees, 215
Pharmacy, College of, 76
Phi Alpha Delta, 124
Phi Alpha Mu, 223
Phi Beta Pi, 160
Phi Delta Kappa, 148
Phi Delta Phi, 123
Phi Delta Theta, 372
Phi Epsilon Pi, 375
Phi Eta Sigma, 86
Phi Gamma Delta, 376
Phi Gamma Nu, 100
Phi Kappa Psi, 379
Phi Kappa Sigma, 380
Phi Lambda Upsilon, 151
Phi Rho Sigma, 161
Phi Upsilon Omicron, 149
School ol, 156
Pi Beta Phi, 351
Pi Kappa Alpha, 383
Pi Lambda Theta, 148
Pi Tau Sigma, 114
Licensed Practical Nurses, 167
Project AID, 194
Psi Omega, 107
Religion, School of, 64
Sailing Club, 231
Seals Club, 212
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 384
Sigma Alpha Eta, 149
Sigma Chi, 387
Sigma Delta Chi, 153
Sigma Delta Tau, 352
Sigma Nu, 388
Sigma Phi Epsilon, 391
Sigma Pi, 392
Sigma Theta Tau, 166
Social Work, School of, 80
South Quadrangle, 436
Student Health, 22
Student National Education
Student Publications, Inc., 190
Student Senate, 192
Tau Beta Pi, 116
Television Center, 188
Theta Sigma Phi, 153
Theta Tau, 116
Union Board, 199
Young Republicans, 218
Zeta Tau Alpha, 354
Beckman, Louann, 126
Aagesen, Marjorie Ann, 108. 109, 349
Aaron, Michael R., 432
Aarons, Andrew David, 125
Abbas, Janet Lucille, 86, 346
Abbott, Lee Thomas, 163
Abel, David lames, 154, 159
Ahele, Michael Arthur, 90
Abcmathy, Teresa l., 125, 333
Abrahamson, Paul R., 102, 104
Abrams, Gary David, 374
Aclienhach, Curtis A., 110, 117, 118
Achenhaclt, lames Ross, 3TI
Aelterman, Diane Gayle, 408
Ackerman, Ianel, 119
Ackerman, Inlm Walter, 12
Acton, lon Lowell, 422
Adams, Arthur Linwood, 125
Adams, Gail Kathryn, 345
Adams, james A., 160
Adams, Joseph Henry l., 377
ludith Gay, 407
Kathlyn, 220, 346
Anderson Kay Frances, 197. 330
Anderson Keith D., 125
Anderson Kenneth D., 379
Marde lean, 403
Marlys Ioy, 216
Mary lu, 162
Anderson, Paul Etlwward, 125
Anderson Richard Don, 90, 97
Anderson, Robert C., 298
Anderson, Roger R., 192, 419, 420, 428
Anderson Ronald K., 377
Anderson Russell R., 226, 427
, Susan Amal, 330
, Suzan layne, 330
Shirley Ann, 197,
Steven lose, 355
Susan Iorii, 330
Suzanne D., 125, 183
William J., 125
Andrews, Cheryl Lynn, 415
Bailey, Gale, 219
Bailey, Larry joe, 3191
Bailey, Lawrence S., 125, 238, 239, 2-ll
Bailey, Linda Sue, 337
Bailey, Milton Zee, 125
Bailey, Scott Michael, 110, 116, 117, 118
William R., 119
dge, Iarnes R., 386
Bair, lack Allen, 379
Baird, Pamela Lyn, 147, 3-15
Bakehouse, Linda L., 125
Baker, Dale Edwin, 370
Baker, Francene Diane, 337
Baker, Gilhert lens, 369
Baker, James Neal, 370
Baker, Keith Ronald, 421
Baker, Sharon Marie, 86
Baker, Terrence Alan,
Baker, Thomas Wendell, 389
Baker, Virginia Lee, 203, 231, 338
, David Russell, 150
Balanoll, Marlys Ann, 345
Adams, Mary Alice, 15
Adams, Michele Marie, -101
Adams, Richard Oliver, 160
Anderson, Gregory F., 339
Anderson, lack W., 238, 420, 427
Angell, Penelope, 346
Ankeny, Gary Vincent, 369
Adamson, Heather Ann, 216, 334
Addy, Mary Kathleen M., 152
Aden, Carol Diane, 152
Adolphson. Mary Lynne, 150
Angus, Carolyn Jean, 216
Anixter, James Rodney, 125,
Ankeney, Gregory Paul, 125,
Alleldt, james l.Va1ter, 123
Alleldt, Thomas M.. 373
Agnew, Richard Paul, 302
Agnew. Robert Evans, 107
, Robert C., 366
Ahlberg. Ian Lynne, 341
Ahlers, John Paul, 119
Ahrens, Delia Ii.,
Ahrens, Dorothy Marie, 150, 407
, John VVilliam, 373
Aitken, John Richard, 42
Anthens, M. Phyllis, 334
Anton, Betty Jeanne, 333
Anton, Jane Lee, 199, 341
Apel, Ann-Morrison, 37, 125, 338
Applegate, Jill A., 242, 333
Archibald, Linda Kay, 408
Arent, Stephen W., 361
Argo, John NVesley, 361
Arkovich, David Gary, 302, 427
Armens, Karl Magnus, 125
Armkneeht, George R., 98
Ajmera, Ramesh Chanil, 217
Akamine, Shizulto, 90
Akerrnan, David Alan, 243
Akin, Judith Kay, 162, 342
Aksornltitti, Sut11i, 217
Al-Ghraibatvi, Adnah ll., 217
Albers, Steven Craig, 377
Albert, David Frank, 381
Allserti, Kerry Barton, 90, 238, 2.39,
Alberts, Thalia Ellen, 217, 218
Aldinger, jack Lee, 433
Alclinger, Karl Dean, 154
Aldrich, Roger Lee, 97
Allen, Beverly Sue, 125
Allen, Helen Kay, 333
Armstrong, Gary Lee, 90, 4112
Armstrong, James G., 370
Amtstrong, Roger A., 366
Am, Nancy Ioan, 210
Arnold, Clarice Ann, 100
Arnold, Edward Dale, 97
Iames Allen, 159
John Conard, 428
Arnold, Kathleen Mary, 396
Arnold, Kent Arthur, 373
Arnold, Marilyn E., 150, -'107
Amold, Mary Susan, 125
Arp, Laveme Alvin, 90
Arps, Keith Layne, 218, 422
Arthur, Lindsay Ann, 162, 330
Artmann, Sara lane, 333
Baldwin, Philip W., 104
Balko, Susan Lee, 329
Bannister, Robert B., 160
Bantz, Donna Marie, 125
Barhee, Walter M., 88, 119, 123, 12-1
Barhel, loyce Ann, 415
Barclay, Kathryn Lee, 218, 403
Barels, Penelope Ann, 125
Bares, Larry Frank, 110, 117
Barghahn, Bruce K., 3155
Bargren, Kathleen Ann, 329
Barker, Dean Allen, 370
Barker, Gail Ann, 427
Barker, Gary Allen, 238, 241
Barker, Laura Louise, 147, 195, 197, 210,
Barker, William S., 154
Barkey, Cary Ronald, 382
Barkhurst, Kenneth H., 97
Barnard, Kent Lee, 194, 23, 365
Hams, Bernadine E., 90, 113
Barnes, Carol Lee, 162, 345
Balman, Gail E., 125, 407
Balster, Inhn Richard, 90, 97
Baltrus, Virginia G., 149, 337
Balzer, Thomas Edward, 385
Robert Halclean, 369
ton, Bonnie 401
Beardshear, Don 1-fl., 110, 116, 117
Beary, lean Marie, 150, 194, 203, 209
Beatty, Bruce Howard, 231
Beatty, Dennis E., 119
Beaver, Jerome Mathew, 119
Beaver, Paul Ioseph, 182
Beaver, Richard Allan, 390
Beck, Dale Leroy, 361
Beck, Debra Kay, 349
Beck, lack Paul, 362
Beck, Ionathan R., 160
Albert August, 159
Barbara Iewell, 162, 165, 230
Becker, Dennis K., 370
Becker, Elizabeth Ann, 401
Becker, John Terrence, 125
Becker, Larry Eugene, 161
Becker, Larry Henry, 90, 98, 101, 246
d, Patricia L., 126
Bcdeian, Arthur G., 97, 386
Bederson, Paul D., 358
Beebe, Roberta Lynn, 338
Beecher, William L., 313
Beeler, Douglas C., 393
Beese, Judith Kay, 86
Beetner, Charles M., 126
Behrends, Margaret A., 333
Behrens, Anne K., 341
Behrens, Rebecca lane, 162, 165. 232
Beisler, Ardes Ruth, 199, 333
Beisler, Stephen H., 126
Beiter, Barbara lean, 199, 207, 208, 345
Beith, Charles Alan, 420, 428
Bell, David Lloyd, 86, 158, 213
Bell, Kenneth Allen, 161
Bell, Leroy Edward, 422
Bell, Shirley Irene, 216
Bellis, Stephen L., 158
Benda, Iohn Paul, 239
Bender, Elizabeth Ann, 126
Bendixcn, Charles D., 154, 150
Bendixen, De Vere D., 90, 98, 99
Benge, Priscilla Ann, 206
Benhert, Kenneth Dean, 293
Benischelc, Marcia D., 126
Bandstra, Jeanne L., 162
mn, Dennis Noel, 243,
Michael Keith, 153
Regina Agues. 15
Barnes, Timothy H., 213, 314
Ward Robert, 125
Barnett, Iames Robert, 373
Barney, Warreti Lynn, 381
Allen, Iarries Edward, 125
Allen, Iudith Anne 345
Allen, Mary Lee, 216
Allen, Randall Craig, 389
Allen, Robert Michael, 203, 390
Allen, Susan Marie, 346
Allender, Iohn Edgar, 423
Allers. Susan E., 216
Alley, Louis William, 219
Almquist, lolayne S., 125
Almquist, Theodore C., 102, 107
Alston, William, 151
Alt, Sara Roberta, 334
1 , -
1, Roberta M., 232
Cheryl Kay, 338
Ancell, Ivan Dolson, 102, 104
Anderlilc, James M., 125, 365
Antlerman, Adrienne ll., 125, 353
Andersen, ludy Lynn, 403
on, Anne Ellen, 125
nn, Barham E., 403
Ariz, Tyrone Dean, 160
Arvidsnn, Cheryl Ruth, 218
Asareh, Richard G., 125
Asarch, Thomas Edward, 102, 104
Ashby, Linda Sue. 333
Asinger, Richard NV., 223
Asleson, Patricia Lou, 153, 178, 194
Aspengren, Forrest C., 125
Aspleal, Larry C., 90
Astolli, Ianice Lynn, 337
Atchison, Gerard T., 232
Atha, Eric Iames, 366
Atherton, Ianice Kay, 414, 415
Aude, Roger Bruce, 230
Aulrecht, Sally Irene, 231, 402
Augius, George joseph, 151
Augustine, Albpert E., 373
Ausherger, Iames M., 119, 123
Avery, Stephen F., 119, 123
Axtell, David, 373
Ayers, Alvin Iames, Ir., 107
Azuse, Larry Dean, 425
Barnhart, Leeanne Sue, 125
Barnhill, Robert W., 238, 241, -121
Barnhouse, Tim M., 432
Baron, Ahraham Frank, 338
Barquist, Karen Kay, 125
Barron, Garland Gene, 125
Barry, Iames Patrick, 110
Barry, Owen Thomas, 373
Barry, Richard joseph, 90, 369
Barry, William M., 393
Barta, Patricia Ann, 400
Bartine, Edwin VV., 424
Banley, Betty Diane, 125, 147
Barton, Eileen Kay, 407
Barton. Gregory King, 298, 373
Baskerville, Barhara, 125
Bastian, Edward W., 302, 320
Bastow, Mary Sue, 162. 354
Batman, Sandra Sue, 108, 109, 123
Batz, Rttssell Gilmore, 90
Bauch, Iamcs Clay, 369
Bennett, David Alan, 198, 199, 204,
Bennett, Edward lames, 88, 119, 21S
Bennett, lean Kay, 330
Beno, Charles Patrick, 126, 246
Benschoter, Ruth M., 147
Benson, Robert, 126, Z22, 223, 370
Benson, William Lee, 154
Benton, lohn Barry, 238, 241, 361
Benton, Raymond S., 119
t, Judith Ann, 126, 149, 220
Benz, Kathy lean, 400
Berendts, Terry Allan, B8
Heres, Kathryn M., 194, 231, 3-15
Berg, Donald Donavon, 126
Berg, jeffrey Payson, 381
Berg, Karen Ann, 108, 109, 333
Berg, Suzanne Alice, 416
Berge, Ierrie Sue, 242
Bergemann, George W., 318
Berger, Arthur Stuart, 98, 425
Anderson, Carl Olaf, 362
Anderson, Danny Dean, 218, 212
Anderson, Edith A., 125, 219
Anderson, Gary F., 124
Anderson, Glen Melvin, 233, 241, 426
Bablze, Iennie C., 349
Bahberl, Lyle Wayne, 125
Ioan ne Kaye, 165
Bauer. Sheila, 199, 208, 329
Bauer, Thomas Kerry, 125
Richard James, 370
Ierald Alan, 238, 431
Corwyn Mel, 431
Bergen, Donald Gene, B9
n, Iohn Edwin, 90
Pamala Ann, 333
Bergstresser, Martha, 87, 126, 208
Bergstrom, lon F., 126, 154
Bergstrom, Karen Anne, 407
Bergstrom, Robert E., 126
Bergstrom, Thomas A., 119
Bergstrom, Thomas E., 423
Bergstrom, Victoria I.. 108
Berguson, Robert I., 126
Berkland, Randall C., 123
Bermudez-Gonzalez L., 334
on, Glen E., 125
Anderson, Harold E., 90, 124, 361
Anderson, Iames E., 124
Anderson, james Price, 125
Anderson, lane Ellen, 214, 231, 346
Anderson, Iohn Roger, 365
on, joseph H., 104, 125
on, loyce E., 20
Bach, Rachel Ann, 408
Bason, Marilyn Kay, 341
Bader, Louise Ann, 125
Bagge, Carol Lee, 406
Bagley, Raymond R., 119
Bahnsen, Andrea Leia, 402
Baier, Donald Albert, 298
Baikauskas, David I., 438
Baum, William Iames, 361
Baumeier, Becky lo, 415
Baumeister, Mark A., 373
Baumgartel, Gayle L., 415
Bauserman, Keith N., 125
Baxter, Kenneth Leroy, 332
Bazelidesc, Paul Peter, 98, 99
Beach, Peggy, 401
Bernauer, R. Michael, 361
Bemdt, Gary Robert, 429, 432
Bernstein, Edward Lee, 374
Berry, David Kent, 110, 117, 118
Berry, Ronald Lee, 126, 213, 320, 433
Bersbach, lohn B., 385
Bertschinger, F. E., 419, 427
Berven, Norman Lee 369
Brown, Nancy E., 127, 220, 242
Betterley, Ioseph M., 126
Bettis, Inhn VVilliam, 168
Beurle, lames Gifford, 102, 104
Bextine, Ralph Edward, 320
Bezdek, Patricia Ann, 406, 407
Bice, lane Elizabeth, 126, 349
Bice, Thomas Iohn, 379
Biclcett, William R., 382
Bickley, Don C., 390
Bidelman, Wayne D., 421
Bie, Wendy Althea, 126
Bieber, john William, 313, 365
Biebesheimer, Iohanna, 195, 342, 430
Bierie, David B., 104
Bigel, Bruce Allen, 126
Bigelow, Diane D., 399
Bilek, Guy Otto, 298, 381
Billington, Mary Ann, 406
Bilunds, Donna lean, 403
Bilyeu, Marlyne lean, 126
Binkerd, Adrian F., 393
Binney, Barbara S., 217, 354
Binney, William Lloyd, 237
Bird, Richard Marcus, 126
Birenbaum, Steven Iay, 126
Birk, Sherry Sue, 126, 329
Birkelaricl, Iolm H., 123, 125, 239
Bisenius, Stephen W., 427
Bishop, Dellaine, 416
Bishop, John Schutter,, 393
Bishop, Marlu Kay, 342
Bisser, Robert Fred, 126
Bitker, Cheryl Ann, 108, 109
Bjorge, Thoms Lee, 107
Bjorklund, Stanley A., 430
Black, Willamina K., 205
Blackburn, Iohn C., -131
Blnekleclge, F., 119
Blackman, Iohn F., 385
Blackman, Iudith Ann, 329
Blaekmer, Sue Ellen, 126, 338
Blackstoek, Benjamin, 123
Blair, Della Ann, 126
Blair, Linda Io, 401
Blake, Iacqucline C., 166
Blakely, Karen Kay, 326
Blakey, Patricia Ann, 346
Blandford, Elizabeth, 218, 221, 354
Blaser, Leslie Bruce, 126
Blalchley, Janet A., 404
Bleek, Karen Iean, 330
Blessing, William H., 126, 381
Blessman, Ianftes Leroy, 126
Blevins, Donald E., 102, 104
Bliss, Ronald Lee, 183
Block, Randolph Alvin, 423
Blocksma, Anne E., 126, 346
Blomgren, Susan Iune, 126
Blomker, William D., 126
Blommers, James I., 119, 123
Bloodhart, Iohn W., 90
Bloomquist, Carroll R., 90
Bloomquist, Cheryl A., 126
Blosten, Kay, 126, 353
Blum, Iames Dean, 90, 97, 98, 99
Blunck, Robert C., 420, 427
Boat, Thomas F., 154
Boatman, Dennis Lee, 154
Boatman, Douglas, 379
Boatman, Judith Ann, 342
Bober, Iames Keith, 126
Bock, Pamela Io, 416
Bockenstedt, F., 159
Bode, Allan Floyd, 126, 232
Boden, Emily Kay, 346
Boe, Ronald Oliver, 243, 245, 246, 247
Bocck, Albert George, 421
Boehlje, Boyd, Wayne, 123
Boehmke, Ianiler Rue, 354
Boehmke, Ierilyn Kay, 354
Boeke, Lee Eugene, 119, 123
Boelter, Philip Floyd, 124
Boer, Iaekie Pieter, 422
Boettcher, Nancy lane, 333
Boettcher, Terry Lee, 389
Bogaard, Karen Faye, 126, 220
Bogenrief, Richard A., 430
Bogguss, Jeffrey S., 377
Bohle, Daniel Iames, 218
Bohlin, Ralph, 126
Bohr, Ioseph Howard, 126
Boisen, Kathryn Mary, 166
Bojan, Kenneth Arthur, 110
Bokmeyer, Timothy I., 430
Boland, Donald Edward, 90
Boland, Ronald Evan, 90
Boland, Sandra, 399
Boldes, Iohn, 126
Holes, Marlene Kay, 330
Bolonik, Cheryl Lynn, 126
Bolton, Cathleen Anne, 194. -115
Boltz, Iames Elmer, -132
Bombei, Ronald Iohn, 90, 97, 08
Bond, Carole L., 126
Bonior, David Edward, 298, 385
Bontrager, Shirley K., 90, 100
Book, Glenn Leroy, 102. 103, 107
Book, Pamela Elaine, 203, 346
Booker, Brooks W., 237, 390
Boone, Paul Dean, 154
Booth, Alan Zell, 160
Borehelt, Anne Poole, 150, 415
Borcherding, Randall, 90, 98, 362
Borchers, Richard I., 90, 393
Borg, Paul William, 419
Bortz, Norma Ann, 162, 165
Boucher, Kathryn Anne, 220, 33-1
Bouclinot, Robert C., 393
Boudinot, Susan Marie, 152, 334
Britlin, Willard Dim, 119, 123
Britton, Chrtistabel, 337
Britton, Iulie Ann, 415
Broberg, David Earl, 151
Brobesnng, Anastasio, 217
Brock, William David, 431
Brodie, Iohn Elmo, QU
Brodkey, Gail Louise, 219
Broers, Ion lay, 98, 218, 428
Brogan, Richard Larry, 152
Brogllammer, Mark C., 127
Bromley, Richard, 122, 127
Bronner, David George, 361
Brooks, Cary Lee, 117
Brouhard, Linda Ann, 127
Bourke, Brian Edmund, 385
Bourne, YVilliam Mark, 159
Bouska, Mary Iane, 126
Bowen, Donald George, 126
Bowen, james Thomas, 421
Bowen, William John, 90, 97, 2413
Bower, Barbara Anne, 406, 408
Bower, Donna Kay, 126
Bowermaster, Ion P., 24, 419, -123
Bowers, Carolyn C., 126
Bowers, Cherie Aileen, 329
Bowlin, Robert H., 218, 422
, David Wesley, 123
Bowman, Kay Kristin, -107
, Nancy Lynn, 194, 346
, Rosalie Grace, 221, 242
Bowne, Beatrice, 330
Bowslcad, Iudith E., 127, 400
Boyd, Nancy lane, 127, 346
Boyd, Norlin W'ayne, 127
Boyd, Sandra Io, 232, 338
Boyd, William Charles, 174
Boyd, VVil1iam james, 426
Boyer, Catherine Nan, 127
Boyer, Danny Bruce, 127
Boyle, Barbara Ann, 225, 406, 408
Boyle, David Timothy, 127
Boyle, Richard Iames, 110
Boyle, Susan Frances, 127
Brower, Iames Alvin, 427
Brown, Anthony Louis, 102, 107
Brown, Barry Lee, 223, 365
Brown, Beverly M., 127
Brown, Carolc Ann, 165
Brown, Charles Milton, 127
Brown, Deborah lean, 127
Brown, Debra Doris, 230, 329
Brown, Dennis George, 45
Brown, Donald, 154
Brown, Douglas Wayne, 127
Brown, Gary Herbert, 370
Brown, Harold Dennis, 127
Brown, James Howard, 218, 423
Brown, Ian Renee, 329, 337
Brown, Janet Eileen, 127
Brown, Io Ann, 408
Brown, Io Lynne, 416
Brown, Judith Ann, 326
Brown, Kathleen Ann, 416
Patricia Lou, 127
Brown, Richard Carl, 385
Brown, Robert Berton, 127, 219
Brown, Robert S., 158
Brown, Robert T., 154
Brown, Ronald, 159
Brown, Sara, 127
Brown, Sharon, 230
Brown, Steven, 365
Brown, Thomas, 298, 390
B rown ,
Tracy, 127, 389
tone, Ioan, 127
Brubacher, '1"11eodore, 311, 320
B mek ,
Marvin, 90, 98, 101, -123
Brucker, Kenna, 414
Brucker, Teri, 412
Brueggeman, Robert, 366
Boyles, Charles M., Ir., 243
Bradley, Barbara Sue, 333
Bradley, Kirk Ralph, 194, 421
Bradley, Michael I., 119
Brady, Mary Katherine, 178, 345
Braksiek, Dennis Lee. 238, 241
Brallier, David R., 160
Brandrtip, Leonard A., 381
Brandt, Dav-id Elmer, 154
Brandt, Kay Marlene, 127, 329
Brandt, Paul Charles, 00, 377
Branstad, Terry E., -124
Brancr, Ann Rae, 127
Braun, Charles Hilary, 199, 374
Braun, Paul David, 90, 98, 390
Braune, William I., 127
Brawner, Marlyn Ray, 127
Brcka, David john, 90, 97
Bream, Allan Leo, 366
Breckenridge, Charles, 90
Brecunier, Ann, 341
Bredall, Mark Stewart, 239, 390
Brecden, Iolm Martin, 127
Breedlove, Huston H., 302
Breese, Leanna Lou, 338
Brewer, Barbara jane, 210, 346
Brewer, Della Lee, 100, 415
Brickman, James T., 390
Bridge, Alan Lloyd, 127
Bridgelord, Gary I., 423
Briggs, Carolyn lean, 127
Briggs, Norman Perry, 243, 245, 246,
Briggs, William Alvin, 127, 246, 293,
Bright, David F., 113
Bright, Iames Allen, 419, 420, 423
Bright, Lonnie Ralph, 218, 426
Bringelson, Iohn W., 377
Brinker, Terry Lee, 318, 370
Brinkley, Angela A., 415
Brinkman, Mary Ann, 326
Bruhn, Judith, 153, 182, 402.
Brummel, Larryl, 419, -120
Brummel, Marvin, 425
Brun, Carolyn, 162
Bruning, Richard, -436
Brunner, Nancy, 108, 403
Bruns, David, 107
Brunstrom, Pamela, 109, 125
Bryant, Carol, 127
Buchanan, Glenn, 223, 393
Buchanan, Iohn, 90
Buchanan, Paul, 373
Buck, Keith, 127
Buckingham, Patrick, 127
Buckley, jo Ann, 326
Buckley, Mary Io, 206, 333
Budelier, William, 110. 117, 118, -130
Bnelow, Ruth, 210, 230
g, Robert, 389
Bnescher, Sheila, 90
Bull, Dennis, 428
Buman, Iohn, 119, 124
Bunce, David, 427
Bunclgaard, Kurt, 422
Bunge, I-ames, 127
Bunger, Darwin, 119
Bunn, Carol, 401
Burda, Patricia, 415
Burde, Carl, 432
Burdt, Hugo, 119
Buresh, Dean, 198, 433
Buresh, Fredric, 427
Buresh, Kathleen, 147, 199, 207, 3
Buresh, Linda, 127
Burfeind, William, 127
Burgess, David, 243, 246
Burglechtel, Robert, 159
Burian, Penny, 219
Burk, Everette, 423
Burkart, john, 382
Burke, Barbara, 345
Burke Betty, 127
Burke, Bruce, 358
Burke, Larry, 86, LEO,
Burke, Maryanna, 127
Burke, Patrick, 243
Burke, Ruth, 218, 230
Burken, Roger, 90, 98, 424
Burkett, Barbara, 119, 1211
Burkle, Robert, 386
Burkley, Donald, 160
Burks, Donald, 107
Burks, Iames, 381
Burlage, William, 421
Burling, Dennis, 431
Burling, Iudith, 354
Burnett, William R., 90
Burnette, William A., 311
Burns, Alfred, 127
Burns, Colleen, 108
Burns, Iohn, 385
Bums, Ioseph, 335
Burr, Donna, 108
Burrows, Kenneth, 104
Burt, Gregory, 373
Burt, Roger, 127
Burton, Iohn, 238, 370
Burton, Virginia, 127
Busch, Roseann, 346
Bush, Charlene, 194, 216, 330
Bush, David, 159
Bushaw, Priscilla, 216
Butcher, Glenn, 218, 423
Butt, Dana, 216
Bnttel, Thomas, 422
Butterworth, Mary, 354
Bnttleman, Karyn, -108
Bye, David, 124, 218
Byers, Raymond, 90, 98, 424
Byers, Sharon, 127, 345
Byme, Barry, 422
Byrne, Bernie, 370
Byrnes, lane, 334
Cadwallader, Patricia, 218, 416
Cadwell, Robert, 154
Cady, Iulie, 127
Cahill, Daniel, 119
Cahill, Thomas, 128
Cahn, Bernard, 154
Calacci, Gary, 390
Calame, Virginia, 162
Calder, Enid, 230
Calder, Ioan, 415
Calhoun, Gary, 222, 385
Calloway, Michael, 90
Callaway, Ronald, 128
Callison, Patricia, 150
Calmer, Kenneth, 393
Calta, Dick, 90, 241
Calvert, Iohn, 128, 243, 245,
Calza, Carole, 108
Cambridge, Mary Ann, 346
Camden, Iudith, 128, 213
Cameron, Bruce, 154
Cameron, Karnese, 128, 147,
Cameron, Mary Ann, 128
Camp, David, 107
Campbell, Bonnie, 407
Campbell, George, 128, 243,
Campbell, james, 433
Campbell, Ioseph, 218, 238,
Campbell, Patricia, 345
Campbell, Paul, 427
Campbell, Susan E., 128
Campbell, Susan Lee, 330
Canaday, Sandra, 218
Cannon, Richard, 107
Cano, Vincent, 128
Cantor, Betty, 353
Capck, Nancy, 408
Cargile, Ioyce, 128, 225, 414,
Carl, Allen, 390
Carley, I. Allen, 246
Carlson, Barbara, 345
Carlson, Charles, 385
Carlson, Don, 243, 429, 432
Carlson, james, 386
Carlson, Kenneth, 107
Carlson, Linda, 345
Carlson, Milton, 423
Carlson, Patricia, 204, 345
Carlson, Penelope, 403
Carlson, Ruth Ann, 109
Carlson, Steven, 426
Carlson, Susan, 128
Carlton, james, 202, 204, 366
Carmichael, Richard, 239, 240, 241
Carney, Patricia, 128
Carney, Rohcrt, 161
Carpenter, Carol, 128, 153, 182, 190
Carpenter, Thomas, 365
Carr, Chandra, 203
Carrier, Patricia, 123, 329
Carigg, Iohn, 15S
Carrithers, Iohn, 298
Carruthers, Bntce, 128
Carson, james, 218
Carson, Iohn, 431
Carter, Ioan, 218
Carter, Richard A., 432.
Carter, Richard C., 369
Carter, Ronald, 160
Carver, David, 104
Cartwright, Carol, 329
Cary, Roger, 431
Case, Pamela, 203, 214, 345
Casehoer, Karin, 407
Casey, joseph, 421
Casey, Patricia, 329
Casey, William, 238
Caslavka, Iennifer, 403
Casper, Iohn, 223, 370
Cassidy. Leslie, 337
Caster, lane, 407
Catalano, Charles, 421
Cather, Michael, 361
Cavalier, Marianne, -107
Cavanauglm, Gary, 158
Cavins, Duane, 128, 225, 429, 432
Cecil , Ion,
128, 147, 385
Chatlim, Cheryl, 128
Chadwick, Ann, 108, 109. 345
Challecl, VVilliam, 390
Chally, Ioclie, 408
Chambers, john, 154
Clmndler, Cathie, 128, 338
Chandler, Cheryl, 337
Chandler, Steven, 90
Channell, Linda, 415
Chapman, Nathan, 319, 374
Chapman, Robert, 123
Chapman, Thomas, 302, 313, 320,
Chard, Sally, 329
Charlson, Cynthia, 407
Charnon, Peter, 128
Check, Kaye, 154
Chenoweth, Carol, 208, 329
Cherry, Elizabeth, 152
Chervek, Cherie, 216
Chcrveny, james, 102, 107
Chesen, Eli, 158
Chiado, Robert, 90
Childs, Michael, 370
Childs, Pamela, 345
Chisholm, Carol, 341
Knthryne. 197, 199, 346
Chisholm, Iohn, 194, 218, 366
Chmura, Io Ann, 197, 199. 346
Chrisman, Ianine, 218, 403
Christensen, Carolyn, 218
Christensen, lerry, 432
Christensen, John, 128
Christensen, Kay, 330
Christensen, Marilyn, 165, 416
Christensen, Mary, 345
Christensen, Susan, 403
Christensen, William, 362
Christian, Roger, 429, 432
Christiansen, Donald, 361
Christiansen, Kathryn, 162
Christiansen, Laura, 128, 207, 208
218, 221, 346
Chuck, Cherrelyn, 147, 2116, 338
Chumlwielc, Susan, 128, 199, 338
Church. Bradley, 128
Cilek, Robert, 29, 240, 241
Cilek, Thomas, 379
Claeys, Richard, 432
Clancy, Iohn, 122
Clark, Alice, 341
Clark, Glen, 128, 382
Clark, Jane, 128
Clark, lean, 108
Clark, Ioe, 339
Clark, Richard, 385
Clark, Thomas, 107
Clarke, George, 123
Claus, Larry, 42
Claussen, Richard, 128
Clawson, Daniel, 393
Cormany, Christoplmer, 104
Cornwell, Francis, 129
Comwell, Iurly, 242
Cornwell, Margaret, 166
Corry Kathleen, 333
Corson, Marjorie, S7, 129, 147
iuanh, 216, 401
Clemens, Charles, 430
Clemens, Ianet, 242
Clemons, Wilson, SS, 102. 103, 104, 199
d, Jerry, 12
Cline, Cynthia, 334
Cline, Melvin, 436
Cline, Sarah, 20
Clow, Douglas, 110, 117
Clowes, Ianiee, 128
Cloyed, Iohn, 128, 153, 1510, 132
Clynick, Betty, 341
Cmejrek. lames, 128, 2513
Coats, Mark, 90, 93, 218
Cochran, Dale, 428
Cochrane, juclith, 406, -'IOS
Cocklin, Danny, 423
Coder, Sugene, 90, 98
Coffman, Quentin, 147, 428
Coghlan, Robert, 08, 246
Cohen, Alan, 432
Cohen, Kathryn, 150, 404
Cohrs, Elaine, 217, 230
Colbert, Iohn, 123
Colbert, Thomas, 421
Coldiron, Mary, 128
Coleman, Lerdy, 419, 420, 428
Colenso, Francis, 128
Colgan, Elaine, 12S
Colgan, Patrick, 361
Collingwood, Russell, 427
Collins, Barbara, 202, 214, 242
Collins, Charles, 421
Collins, Corrine, 103
Collins, Mary, 403
Collins, Michael, 423
Collins, Paul, 102
Collins, Steven, 90
Collison, David, 90
Colloton, joseph, 123
Colon, Robert, 361
Coltvet, Roger, 160
Colwell, Gary, 393
Combs, Stephen, 382
Combs, Steven, 123, 198, 230, 239, 240,
241, 243, 318
Conarcl, Kerry, 420, 426
Condry, Ronald, 128
Coniglio, Ioseph, 104
Conklin, Robert, 128
Conlcllng, William, 223, 379
Conn, Carla, 219
Conn, Meredith, 333
Connell, Richard, 424
Connelly, Mark, 159
Conway, Kathleen, 108, 109
Conwell, Ioseph, 365
Cook, lane, 415
Cook, Joan, 128, 206, 230
Cook, Iohn, 90
Cook, Lawrence, 151
Cook, Robert, 429, 432
Cook, Robert, 425
Cook, Valissa, 128, 147
Cook. Vicki, 128
Cook, William, 98
Coolidge, Del, 158
Coon, john, 232
Coon, Robert, 370
Corwin, Marilyn, 108, 109
Corwin, William, 370
Cory, Albert, 362
Cosson, George, 00, 428
Cotter, john, 110
Cottingham, Gwen, 218, 23L, 1116
Cotton, Thomas, 428
Cottrell, Karen, 129
Coulter, Rohert, 421
Countryman, Ioan, 87, 129, 207. 208,
Courtney, Sandra, 162
Cousins, William, 129
Cowles, Dale, 365
Cox, Anne, 149, 24, 406, 407
Cox, Homer, 436
Cox, Linda, 129, 342.
Coy, Gary, 93
Cozzens, Sarah, 103, 109, 129
Cozzolino, Sally, 242
Craigg, Arlene, 90, 100
Craigie, Lucy, 210
Cram, James, 91
Crandall, Thomas, 110, 117
Crawford, Iames, 91, 238, 239, 241
Crawford, Merrill, 1122
Crawlorrl, Sheryljan, 416
Crawford, 11Vi1liam, 373
Creger, Janice, 129
Crew, Barbara, 342
Crew, Karin, 329
Crews, Phyllis, 337
Criblns, Barbara, 129, 326
Crichlow, Kenneth, 131, 157
Crider, Dale, 390
Crist, Lyndon, 129
Criswell, Barbara, 345
Critz, Trainor, 389
Cromwell, Thomas, SS, 157. 158
Cronkhite, Constance, 349
Cross, Jerome, 91, 97
Cross, William, 161
Crouch, Parker, 389
Crow, Nathaniel, 129
Crowell, Carolyn, 165
Crowell, Mary, 149, 337
Croxdale, Michael, 154, 159
Croxell, Ieannette, 230, 400
Croyle, Elaine, 337
Crumley, Roger, 15S
Cryder, lohn, 213
Cullum, Carrol, 115, 116
Culp, Roberta, 354
Culross, Michael, 13
Cummings, Gary, 429
Cummins, Richard, 129, 311, 320
Cumpston, Kay, 168
Cunningham, Michael, 22, 393
Curnes, Peter, 369
Curran, Jennifer, 403
Currie, Ierry, 311, 1123
Dallman, David, 419. 1120
Dalluge, Rebecca, 1911
Dandy, Darrold, 91, 245, 246
Danish, Ftakhmddin, 425
Dappen, Nathan, 215, 423
Darby, Iames, 427
Darling, Stephen, 369
Darnell, Iohn, 91, 222, 246
Davis, Raymond, 389
Davis, Richard, 129, 199, 390
Davis, Ronald, 422
Davis, Sandra, 166
Dawe, Rosemary, 3337
Dawson, Craig, 219
Dawson, Douglas, 3711
Day, Ianet, 403
Day, Linda, 129
Day, Suzanne, 129, 147
Deacon, Pamela, 129
Deahl, Rebecca, 216, 326
Dean, Karen, 415
Deantona, joseph, 129
Dearing, Iohn, 423
Deatherage, Gail, 168, 170
Daubenberger, Rex, 219
Dauber, Iames, 425
Davenport, Michael, 129
Davey, Clare, 123
Davida, George, 110, 390
Davis, Alice. 21, 341
Davis, Diana, 334
Davis, Gary, 238. 241
Davis, Ienniler, 4103
Davis, Larry, 107
Davis, Larry, 218, 429, 433
Davis, Mary, 100
Delao, james, 129
Debolt, Karen, 162. 216
Deeamp, Linda, 108
Dechnsa, Edmund, 129
Dccicco, Ann, 326
Decker, David, 154. 161
Decker, Samuel, 370
Decker, William, 129
Decook, Robert, 123
Deeuster, Richard, 129
Dedakis, Nancy, 349
Dedic, Lumir, 119
Deegan, Robert, 246
Det-gan, William, 110. 115, 117, 197
Deerherg. Dean, 192, 194, 197, 214,
Degrofl, William, 366
Deygroote, Donna, 129
Deitchler, Ronald. 381
Dejong, Robert, 390
Dclperdang. Douglas, 382
y, Marlene, 162
Dernaria, David, 129
Deming, Christine, 1114
Deming, Inyce, 333
Demoss, Philip, 373
Demuth, Catherine, 129, 209, 334
Denger, Elsie. 162
Denham, Susan. IE
Denholm, Charles, 129
Curtis, Elaine, 129
Curtis, Iolm, 379
Curtis, Michael, 1121
Curtis, Paul, 154
Curtis, Russell, 218. 428
Curtis, Susan, 129, 326
Curtis, Susan, 207, 208, 2121, 3111
Vona, 152. 180
Cutforth, Ia mes, 373
Cooney, Iames, 128
Cooney, Thomas, 90. 246, 379
Cooney, Timothy, 128
Coons, Christine, 326
Coons, Kenton, 426
Cooper, Charlotte, 416
Cooper, Cynthia, 333
Cooper, Donald, 389
Cooper, Iames, 107
Cooper, Raymond, 90
Cooper, Roger, 128, 243, 245, 2-16, 247
Cooper, Ronald, 374
Cooper, Steven, 102, 104
Copley, Connie, 354
Corcoran, Constance, 232
Corcoran, Iohn, 86, 186, 393
Corcoran, Maureen, 129, 329
Corelis, john, 129
Corlett, Gail, 129, 147
Daake, Dennis, 160
Daggett, James, 154
Daggs, Stephen, 393
Dagle, Chester, 129, 178
Dahlmeier, Frederick, 35
Dahlstrom, Roy, 91
Dahm, James, 102, 107
Dahms, Sally, 218, 230
Dailey, Richard, 129
Dalbey, Donald, 161
Dale, Patty, 216
Dalen, Donna, 403
Dalen, Roger, 98
Dall, William, 159
Dallenbach, Linda, 329
Denholm, Iames. 361
Denio, Collyn. 91, 97
Denison, Phyllis, 91
Dennis, Richard, 382
Denoma, Michael. 110
Derderian, Mary, 342
Dereus,1ames, lm, 42
Dertinger, Stephen, 1125
Desmond, Drene, 337
Dessel, Ioan, 162
Dessel, Iulia, 162
Deters, David, 425
Deters, Michael, 425
Dethmann, Diane. 216
Deuel, Beverly, 129, 219
Deutsch, Stephen, 158
Devick, Darrel, 426
Devine, Wilbur, 320
Devoe, Lisa, 129, CEO, 342
Dew, William, 123
Dewald, Karen, 166
Dewey, Susan, 349
Dewitt, Arthur, 116, 117
Dewitt, Dennis, 102
Dewitt, Robert, 116
, Mary, 129, 326
mer, Carl, 97
Dhesse, Iudith, 150
mbro, Bemard, 107
Diamond, Fred, 229. 421
Diblasio, Paul, 185, 430
Dick, Carolyn, 204. 1149
Dick, Charles, SS, 123
Dicker, Lee, 86, 194, 374
Dieker, Paul, 374
Dieker, Shirlee, 130
Dickey, Mary, 130
Dickinson, Gary, 98
Dickson, Robert, 213
Diddy, Kathleen. 130, 157
Didriksen, Iohn E.
Diehl, Iohn, 318
ita, 162, 165
Dierdorlf, Curtis, Q1
Dierker, Leroy, 159
Dietrich, Max, 110
Digwo, Samuel, 110
Dillingham, Nathan, 91, 98, 213, 239
Dimon, Frederick, 239, 240, 241
Dimnncl, Richard, 154
Dinsmoor, Ann, 341
Dinsmore, Diana, 337
Dirks, Sharon, 214, 329
Dirlam, Karen, 130
Dishlip, Inner, 194. 353
Disney, Ioan, 403
Disselhorst, Charles, 91, 426
Dittrich, Ieanene, 220
Dixon, Ioseph, 386
Dixon, Robert, 26, 424
Dixon, Sandra, 1311, 220
Dlugosch, Paul, 313
Dobbins, Ronald, 168
Dockendorlf, Ianice, 130, 230
Doden, Imogene, 425
Doellinger, john, 361
Dolier, Henry, 365
Domihue, Mike, 86, 393
Dunham, Kelley, 130, 246
Donnelly, Mary, 345
Pane, Larry, 158
Donovan, Deborah, 408
Dustrnan, Ellen, 215, 346
Dutcher, Anne, 130
Dutton, M. Anne, 130, 412
Dutton, Phyllis, 100, 338
Duvall, Louise, 218, 414, 416
Duve, Susan, 154
Dvnrsky, Denver, 91
Dwnrchack, Rrihert, 427
Dyas, Ruth Ann
Dylhnif, Philip, 91
Dzziurawiec, Jerome, 419
Earl, Wilber, 130, 182
Earley, Larry, 194, 421
Earnest, Kenneth, 110, 114, 117
liasker, Fred, 130
Easlhurn, Judith, 130
Eaton, Jay, 373
Eat-m, Mary, 130
Eaton, William, 1-132
llbeling, Iohn, 390
Ebert, Iohn, 319
Echlernach, Harold, 91, 230, 424
Echlernacht, Brandt, 231, 428
Iichlernacht, Richard, 194, 213, 218,
Eckel, Dwight, 130
Eckels, Lois, 86, 403
Eckerman, Timothy, 42
Eckhardt, Dale, 338
Eckstein, Mary, 130
Edgar, Dun, 4311
lirllunrl, Kedric, 130
Eflmunrls, Thomas, 154
Eclsen, Ierry, 423
Edson, Elizabeth, 192, 1110
Edwards, Charles, 107
Edwards, George, 199
Edwards, Larry, 130
Entwhistle, George, 2213
Entwhistle, Iarnes, 2126
Enyart, Larry, 1311
Erin, Marie, 162, 165
Erickson, Allen, 130, 246
Erickson, Ellen, 130, 157, 242, 345
Ericksun, Michael, 102, 104
Erickson, Pamela, 1311, 197
Erman, Joseph, 374
Ervin, David, 107
Eschbach, Carol, 230
Esders, Nicklas, 42
Esler, Kenneth, 390
Esser, lemme, 91
Evans, Iames, 389
Evans, Ioan, 130
Evans, Ioyce, 130, 147, 210, 334
Evans, Michael, 130
Evans, Richard, 362
Evans, Roderick, 97
Evans, Ronald, 130
Evans, Ruth, 152, 403
Everroad, Sue, 130, 242
Ewart, Ned, 389
Fahian, Lawrence, 37-4
Fachman, Frank, 117, 231
Fackler, Carl, 88, 158. 198
mp, Terrance, 393
Faino, Rod, 379
Falb, Mark, 369
Falb, Richard, 104
Falk, Nile, 362
Full, Pamela, 329
Fallgatter, William, 218, -430
Donley, Iohn, 88, 123
Dooley, W. Glenn, 130, 219
Dnrio, Roger, 386
Dormer, Robert, 2'-16
Dorr, Sandra, 162
Dorf, Dean, 130, 222, 236, 243, 2-16,
Dosland, Demlll, 427
Dutson, Dennis, 428
Datsun, james, 421
Duty, Jimmie, 366
Dougherty, Kathleen, 407
Dougherty, Thomas, 159
Dower, Katherine, 346
Dowie, Frank, 373
Downs, Suzanne, 130
Drain, Michael, 130
Dreschler, Io, 130
Drces, Linda, 108
Dreihelhis, Cynthia, 194, 216, 3416
Drew, Leslie, 406
Driskell, Michael, 110
Driver, Carol, 149
Driver, Craig, 130
Drozdowicz, Peter, IGS, 213
Druivenga, Alan, 130
Druker, David, 159
Duax, William, 151
Duhes, Susan, 415
Dudek, Mary, 416
Duerkop, Henry, 361
Duesler, David, 430
Dulf, Kathleen, 346
Duffy, Daniel, 151
Duily, Kathleen, 100
Duffy, Kitt, 239
Duggleby, Carol, 130, 153, 219
Dugglehy, Tamara, 152, 180, 195, -115
Dugstad, Bruce, 86, 430
Duitch, Dennis, 91
Duitch, Robert, 374
Dunbar, Patricia, 416
Dunealf, Carol, 166
Duncan, Larry, 429, 432
, Steven, 390
, William, 389
Fells, Donald, 130
Elllanil, Robert, 3615
Egbert, Randle, 3511
Eghert, Thomas, 231
Egeland, Ellen, 341
Eggers, Daniel Brian, 157, 159
Eggers, Fredrick, 382
Fangman, john, 154
Fanter, Robert, 245, 245, 247, 385
Fanter, William, 2, 245, 246, 247,
Farragn, Dennis, 393
Farber, Allan, 110, 117, 118
Fariss, Theodore, 91, 390
Farley, Donaicl, 131
Farluw, Richard, 233, 427
Farmer, Gerald, 131
Famswnrlh, Nancy, 1613
Duncan, Stephen, 428
Dungan, Carol, 108, 109, 130, 166
Dunham, Iames, 219
Dunham, Louisa, 162
Dunn, Diane, 130, 330
athleen, 194, 337
Dunscombe, William, 426
Dunsmore, Leroy, 185
Duster, George, 428
Eggert, Richard, 361
Ellrharclt, Louis, 423
Ehrhardl, Shirley, 130
Eiehhorn, Susan, 414, 415
Eichhnrn, Thomas, 130
Eichler, Carol, 416
Eimen, Marvin, 116
Einspahr, Mary, 337
Eisenberg, Ellen, 416
Eisenhart, Ann, 415
Eisner, Elaine, 229, 403
Eisner, Paul, 29, 358, 427
Ekwall, lack, 110
Eland, Inez, 410
Eldon, Douglas, 353
Eldridge, Peter, 110
Eliers, Linda, 130, 147
Elkin, Alan, 374
Ellelson, David, 102
Ellerbcck, Paul, 319
Ellertson, Pamela, 215
Elliott, I0 Ann, 218
Ellis, Elizabeth, 215
Ellis. Mary, 91, 100, 147
Ellis, Melvin, 110
Ellis, William, 369
Ellsworth, Ionniier, 1311
Ellsworth, Penelope, 130
Elmore, Io Anne, 407
E1pert,Iudith, 130, 220
Elwood, Mary, 152
Ely, Christopher, 386
Emerson, Pamela, 1311, 152, 153, 180,
Emmel, Mary, 410
Emmer, Fred, 374
Emrich, Daniel, 382
Enclsiey, Lee, 385
Engel, Evelyn, 218, 230, 407
Engelhardt, Ann, 165, 210
lingelhart, Orville, 436
Engstrom, Iohn, 98
Ennckson, Stephen, 130
Farrell, Helen, 131
Farrell, Kathleen, 131
Farrier, Michael, 238, 241
Faulds, Patricia, 345
Faulk, Carol, 87, 153, 345
Faulk, David, 218, 426
Faur, Ianis, 338
Fawcett, John, 131
Fecler, Ronald, 91
Federhart, james, 195, 218, 393
Fee, Jean, 87, 131
Fehn, Bruce, 369
Fehn, Gerald, 385
Fehseke, Richard, 131
Feigenbaum, Rita, 353
Feilmeyer, Ronald, 122
Feld, Lyle, 98
Feldman, Chrles, 374
Feldman, Fern, 91
Feldman, Susan, 131, 147. 414, 1115
Feldman, Richard, 424
Fell, Iames, 386
Feller, Richard, 420
Fennema, Larry, 432
Fenslerhusch, Susan, 333, 416
Ferguson, Alan, 377
Ferguson, Bruce, 131
Ferguson, James, 237
Ferguson, James L., 431
Ferguson, John, 213
Ferguson, Margaret, 131
Ferree, Fredric, 311
Ferren, Philip, 123
Ferring, Steven, 97
Ferris, Lance, 370
Ferry, Terry, 298
Ferstenield, julian, 154
Fetzer, Douglas, 91, 98, 239, 240
Feuchter, Frederick, SSS
Feuer, Margaret, 131
Ficeli, Iolxn, 298
Field, Claire, B49
Fincham, Sydney, 338
Fingerl, Gary, 102, 104-1
Fink, Dorothy, 162, 165
Fink, Gustave, 110, 113, Illi, 117
Fink, Inhn, 199
Fink, Richard, 382
Fink, Teri, 338
Finken, Michael, 226, 423
Finley, Diane, 131
Finn, Janice, 162, 333
Firestone, William, 131
Firkins, Terry, 423
Fischheck, Sue, 131, 3415
Fish, Barry, 393
Fish, David, 131
Fish, Michael, 358
Fishel, Ioan, 334
Fisher, Lawrence, 362
Fister, Virginia, 329
Fitzpatrick, Anne, 131. 341
Fitzpatrick, Dennis, 168
Fitzpatrick, Janet, 341
Fitzpatrick, Ioan, 214, 341
Fitzsimmons, Diane, 108, 1051, 131
Fitzsimmnns, Paul, 12
Fix, Richard, 110
Flachman, Kathryn, 131
Flahive, Iames, 131
Flatley, Marie, 1104
Flaum, Gwen, 216, 338
Fleming, Ruth, 230
Flemming, Rebecca, 403
Flesvig, Richard, 386
Fletcher, Bonnie, 221, 330
Fletcher, Gary, 377
Flohr, Thomas, 359
Florer, Sherry, 131
Floyd, Carol, 410
Floyd, Richard, 238
Fluharty, Raymond, 91
Flygstad, Margaret, 166
Fobes, Steven, 424
Fogarty, Gerald, 157, 159
Folsom, Vanna, 131, 20
Fumenko, Naclya, 182, 221, 349
Fones, Margaret, 131, 152, 153, 180
Fons, Barbara, 326
Ford, Ian, 20, 354
Ford, Robert, 422
Fordyce, Edward, 91
Foreman, Roekne, 421
Foss, Diane, 337
Foss, Sally, 199, 204, 349
Foster, Iamcs, 386
Foster, Larry, 158
Foster, Larry Dean, 427
Foulkes, Bobbie, 329
Foulkes, William, 381
Fountain. Rebecca, 338
Fowler, Katherine, 346
Fowler, Terry, 122
Fox, Betty, 131
Fox, Richard, 154
Fox, Richard Lorain. 389
Francis, Vernon, 110
Frank, Donna, 353
Frank, Emilou, 131
Frank, Sandra, 353, 407
Franklin, john, 421
Franklin, Stephen, 131
Frantz, Peter, 192, 218, 366
Franzen, Barney, 382
Franzenburg, Kathryn, 230
Frater, Maurice, 123
Frederick, Rcmald, 123
Fredericlw, Steven, 425'
Fredrickson, Curtis, 160
Freeman, George, 382
Freeman, Richard, 91
Freeman, Virginia, 131
French, Nancy, 131
French, Pamela, 131, 326
Freund, Sharon, 412
Friar, john, 131
Friberg, Susan, 349
Friday, Kenneth, 158
Friederichs, Norman, 12
Friedl, Charles, 218, 423
Friedlieb, Susan, 194, 229, 353
1-'riedman,Iack, 154, 161
Friedrichsen, Alfred, 424
Friess, Richard, 154
Frimml, Cheryl, 131, 345
Fritz, Collin, 379
Girlel, Steven, 393
Gies, Linda, 215
Gramer, William, 370
Grangaard, Richard, 373
Hackman, Roger, 97
Hadley, Iohn, 232, 429, 432
Frilzsehe, William, 426
Frost, Ierry, 379
Frus, Ronald, 154
Fry, Ioan, 162
Fry, John, 91
Fry, Larry 168
Fry, Pamilla, 162
Fuller, Michael, 110, 116, 218, 431
Fuller, Terri. 342
Fuller, William, 243
Fullmer, Lyle, 430
Fulton, Darrell, 420, 423
Furnish, Surah, 131, 3711
Pye, Iohn, 420, 425
Galary, Bernadette, 400
Gaither, Thomas, 326
Galbraith, Nieyle, 403
Galbraith, Paul, 110, 117
Galbreath, joseph, 421
Galic, George, 110, 117, 118, 218
Gallagher, Nancy, 337
Gallagher, Robert, 131, 361
Galloway, Susan, 220
Gannett, Linda, 131
Gannon, Mary, 154
Gans, jon, 4172
Gantz, Bruce, 374
Ganz, Robert, 390
Garber, Lester, 117
Gardner, Barhara ean 407
Gardner, Barbara lean, 150, 412
Gardner, john, 382
Gardner, Robert, 424
Garlanrl, Lois, 396
Garlock, Gayle, 436
Garlock, Gretchen, 131, 349
Carman, Edward, 160
Garman, Gill, 131
Gartley, Andrea, 230
Gartner, Meredith, 131
Gartnn, john, 107
Garvin, Susan, 416
Garwood, Karen, 326
Gilbert, Elizabeth, 86
Gilbert, Michael, llfi
Gilbert, Thomas, 110
Gilchrist, Hal, 432
Gildemeister, George, 123
Giles, Iames, 131, 159
Giles, Leslee, 342
Giles, Richard, 131, 428
Giles, Susan, 132
Gillillan, Victoria, 349
Gilkes, Iudith, 209, 342
Gillam, Martha, 408
Gillenwater, john, 422
Gillespie, Iohn, 381
Gilliatt, Sherry, 162
Gilman, Thomas, 223
Gilmore, Gerald, 159
Gilmore. Susan, 333
Gilson, Ronald, 132
Gipple, Ronald, 355
Glass, Neil, 104
Glasser, Thomas, 421
Glassner, Ronald, 366
Glattly, Iames, 362
Glazer, Melvin, 154, 160
Gleamza, Karin, 410
Gleason, john, 390
Glenn, Mary, 326
Glcsne, Eugene, 21S
Glesne, Robert, 158
Gleysteen, Iohn, 199
Glos, Iurlith, 218, 354
Glover, Mary, 330
Glover, Roland, 217
Glynn, Frederick, 390
Gmeiner, Suzanne, 205, 242, 347
Gnatovieh, Iohn, 132
Goddard, Bruce, 419, 423
Goddard, Iohn, 132
Goddard, Robert, 432
Godeke, Margaret, 406, 40S
Godwin, Robert, 154
Goeb, Andrea, 153, 178, 329
Goellner, Iohn, 160
Goettsch, Cecil, 123
Goettsch, Iohn, 132
Graning, David, 428
Grant, David, 102, 107
Grant, Deborah, 404
Grant, Richard, 374
Grappendorl, Robert, 107
Graves, Kirk, 393
Gray, Gayle, 209, 333
Gray, Nancy, 147, 329
Gray, Paul, 373
Gray, Rooney, 107
Green, John Maxwell, 358
Green, Lee, 353
Green, Thomas, 429, 431
Green, William, 389
Greenhill, Bernard, 374
Greenley, Rosalie, 132
Greenwald, Mary, 132
Gregg, Del, -123
Gregor, Pamela, 407
Gregory, Cynthia, 415
Gregory, Mary, 342
Gregory, Oliver, 373
Gregory, Patricia, 338
Gregory, Thomas, 151
Gregson, Michael, 160
Greiman, Kathy, 330
Grell, Donald, 115, 116, 117
Crieshaeh, Wesley, 238, 241, 421
Grieshaber, Harold, 318
Griflel, Raymond, 382
Grifllley, james, 386
Griffin, Cynthia, 330
Grillln, Daniel, 122, 132
Griffin, Richard, 370
Grilhn, Robert, 386
Griflln, William, 13
Griffith, Dan, 238, 241, 243
Grilhth, Donald, 232
Griffith, Ronald, 132
Grilhorst, Lois, 330
Griger, Harry, 123
Grimes, Iorea, 354
Grimes, Susan, 232
Grimm, David, 427
Grimm, Louise, 132, 20
Gritsch, Dennis, 423
Hagan, Dennis, 424
1-lagemann, Patricia, 152
Hagen, Christopher, 123
Hagey, Sharon, 132
Hagglund, Lynn, 132
Hagman, Carol, 132
Hahn, jeffrey, 428
Haig, Ruth, 400
Hallman, Ioan, 345
Haines, Barbara, 100, 197, 342
Haines, Randall, 311, 423
Hale, Ianice, 208, 326, 407
lf-lallwassen, Nancy, 132 ,147
Hall, Annette, 208, 414, 416
1--lall, Bonnie, 337
Hall, Donald, 91
Hall, Harold, 132
Hall, james, 132, 246
Hall, loan, 100
Hall, Katharine, 132, 334
Hall, Nancy, 132, 345
Hall Robert 385
Hallenbeclz, Gayle, 153, 183, 221, 329
Halliday, Paul, 370
Halvorsen, Thelma, 132
Hamdorf, Kent, 132, 220
Hamill, Sharon, 154
Hamilton, Ann, 349
Hamilton, Dennis, 246, 390
Hamilton, lay, 123, 190, 218, 393
Hamilton, Robert, 362
Hamilton, Stephen, 379
Hamlin, Phyllis, 334
Hamm, john, 132
Harriman, Martha, 203, 416
Hammann, Nancy, 416
Hammers, Sandra, 231
Hamrnitt, Cynthia, 403
Hampton, Linda, 132
Hand, Icanne, 416
llandielt, Mary, 338
Handwerk, joseph, 386
Ilangartner, Stanley, 110
Hanick, Kevin, 389
Hanke, Carl William, 218
Hanlcet, lames, 426
Gaseho, Karen, 166
Gascho, Kathryn, 166
Gaskins, Mary, 399
Gastineau, Ieunne, 108
Gates, Iana, 230, 40S
Gates, Mary, 346
Gaudian, Randy, 423
Gaudineer, Carol, 131
Gauger, David, 158
Gaunt, Lavonna, 91, 100
Gay, Nancy, 341
Gayeski, Larry, 421
Geach, Sharon, 338
Gearhart, Burton, 110, 115, 116, 117
Gearman, William, 427
Gebhard, Robert, 219
Gee, Leslie, 218, 231, 341
Gee, Philip, 361
Gehlbach, Vicki, 108, 342
Gehling, Gerald, 238, 432
Gehrke, Alan, 239, 386
Gehrke, Delbert, 219
Gehrke, Greta, 208
Gehrls, Susan, 403
Geiger, Sara, 131
Geiselman, Mary, 157
Geisinger, james, 154
Geist, Larry, 110
Gengler, Paul, 97
Gensini, Ieannine, 131, 143
Genzel, Ieannc, 412
Gerard, Evan, 110, 111-1, 116
Gcnard, Linda, 131
Gerber, David, 124
Gerdes, Michael, 427
Gervich, Daniel, 374
Gervich, David, 319, 374
Gerwin, Iohn, 86, 218
Gessing, Mary, 337
Getz, Carol, 108, 109, 163, 349
Gibbons, William, 122
Gibbs, james, 91
Gibbs, Richard, 298
Gibson, Doris, 210, 416
Gibson, Karla, 131
Gibson, Kenneth, 243
Gidel, loyce, 131
Golcl, Stephen, 374
Golden, Barbara, 132
Golden, joseph, 132
Goldman, Thomas, 385
Goldsberry, Francis, 390
Goldsberry, Frank, 390
Goldsbomugh, Thomas, 213, 308
Goldstein, Brian, 132
Goldstein, Gary, 229
Goldstein, Marvin, 91, 374
Golik, Donald. 98, 433
Golombuski, Robert, 365
Goocl, Donald, 104
Good, Eloise, 346
Good, Gary, 436
Cond, Nancy, 346
Goode, Allan, 123
Goorlell, Helen, 132, 221, 334
Goodall, Laurie, 403
Gooder, Charles, 132
Goodrich, john, 12.3
Goodsman, Robert, 116, 117
Gomlvin, Darwin, 425
Goodwin, William, 385
Goran, Nancy, 329
Gorbunolf, William, 160
Gordon, Gertrude, 132
Gordon, joan, 416
Gordon, Kenneth, 213, 308, 320
Gordy, Ronald, 91
Gormley, lane, 197. 342
Gotberg, Kathryn, 91, 100
Gotl-tier, Douglas, 107
Gottschalk, Don, 122
Gottschalk, Gary, 302, 313, 320
Gottschalk, Glen, 421
Goughnour, Elliene, 132
Gound, Tom, 104
Grace, Gayle, 220, 341
Grace, Nancy, 108, 109, 132
Grace, Suzanne, 132, 341
Grail, Gary, 123, 132
Graham, Clark, 377
Graham, Gail, 326
Graham, Gary, 224, 435
Grainger, David, 423
Grandinetti, Susan, 132
Crnenewold, David, 91, 97, 98, 99,
Grnoters, Ronald, 161
Gross, Stephen, 217, 429, 432
Grossman, Mitzi, 353
Grosz, Kenneth, 381
Groth, Corwin, 110
Grouell, Stephen, 393
Grout, Ruth, 414, 416
Grouwinkel, Betty, 150
Grove, Kay. 132
Grovert, Gretchen, 230
Grow, Thomas, 361
Gruber, Richard, 91, 101, E, 361,
Gruemmer, joseph. 386
Gruen, Richard, 374
Gruhn, Stanley. 390
Grumstrup, Bonnie, 415
Grundman, Robert, 374
Grupp, Thomas, 91
Gucrine, Larry, 218, 430
Gugle, Iames, 91
Guiney, Stephanie, 194, 203, 206, 33S
Gundaeker, Kurt, 132
Gunderson, David, 243, 246
Gunderson, Tarnes, 102, 104
Gunderson, Kathy, 162
Gunther, Nancy, 132
Gursch, Arthur, 428
Gustafson, Nlary, 341
Gustafson, Patricia, 232
Gutshall, Iunet, 86, 342
Gutshall, lean, 86
Gutz, Dennis, 104
Gwinnup, Donna, 334
Haar, Linda, 162
Haas, Ann, 162, 341
Haas, Melanie, 333
Haas, Samuel, 91, 98
Haase, Mary Ann, 132, 216, 354
Haberger, Terry, 132
1-Iaehacek, Raye, 111
Hackett, Mary, 32
Hackman, Dixie, 341
Hannah, Iames, 431
Hanneman, Donald, 102
1-lansell, Iohn, 104
Hansen, Carole, 132
Hansen, Dallas, 393
Hansen, Delos, 393
Hansen. Delores, 20
Hansen, Harold, 246
Hansen, james, 377
Hansen, Iohn, Q7
Hansen, Ronald, 161
Hanson, Betty, 210. 334
Hanson, Carroll, 433
Hanson, Don, 132
Hanson, Donovan. 154
Hanson, Iames, 158
Hanson, Iay, 218
Hanson, Iudith, 210, 334
Hanson, Iulie, 210, 334
Hanson, Randall, 160
Hanson, Ruth, 407
llanson, Susan, 218, 414, 416
Hanson, Thomas, 194
Hanssmann, Dennett, 159
Happe, Ronald, 390
Harder, Susan, 326
1-larrling, Mare, 226, 42
Hardt, Iudith, 326
Harken, David, 366
Harman, Ann, 108
I-iarmes, Randolph, 132
llarmon, Nicky, 215
Harms, Phyllis, 165, 230
Hamagel, Harold, 243
Hurnagel, John, 132
Ha rper, Larry, 373
n, David, 339
Harris, Brooke, 225, 243, 247, 419,
Harris, Carl, 246, 293
I-Iarris, Deanna, 404
Harris, Gilbert, 154
Harris, Harold, 107
Harris, James, 390
Harris, Rebecca, 132, 334
Harris, Robert, 97
Harris, Ronald, 42511
Harris, Sandra, 108
Harris, Stephen, 381
Harstad, Brent, 133
Hart, Nancy, 345
Hurter, Robert, 133, 430
I-lartjen, Donna, 216, 354
Hartman, George, 420, 428
Hartman, Layna, 412
Hartrick, Iurnes, 97
Hartsock, Iohn, 124
Harves, Allen, 161
Harvey, Lavern, 91, 246, 247. 393
Harvey, Michelle, 133, 341
Harville, Sandra, 166
Harwoucl, Iudith, 133
Hasenelever, Frances, 415
Haskett, Ioseph, 362
Haskins, 1-larry, 379
Hass, James, 123
Hasselbusch, Ivan, 91, 97, 98
Hastings, Andrea, 108, 109, 133
Hasty, Carol, 216
Haswell, Anne, 330, 402
Hatch, Donald, 213
Hatten, Susan, 162
Hutwich, Wayne, 230
Haufl, Margo, 349
Haugen, Ian, 107
I-Iaupert, Raymond, 123
Hauser, Lynn, 361
Havercamp, Alan, 123
Htavick, Alfred, 104
1-Iaviek, Barbara, 133
Hawbaker, Suzzette, 230
Hawk, Linda, 338, 407
Hawkins, Randi, 416
Hawkinson, Diane. 208, 209, 345
Hawley, Aurilee, 133
Hawley, Elizabeth, 133
Hawthorne, Earl, 319
Hay, Raymond, 386
Hayden, Mary, 396
Hayek, Marilyn, 108
Hayes, John, 243
I-lays, lean, 216, -'107
Hayward, Michael, 110, 117, 217,
Hazan, lack, 374
Hazelett, Marcia, 108
Heaton, Raymond, 218
Hebenstreit, Gordon, 424
I-Iebl, Elmer, 246
Heddens, Claudette, 210, -107
I-Ieddesheimer, Suzanne, 100, 133, 220
Hedge, Delores, 338
Hedstrom, Rita, 232, 342
Hceren, Carolyn, 199, 203, 208, 218,
Heffernan, Iohn, 427
I-Iegeman, Robert, 428
Heggestad, Robert, 366
1-Ieichel, Patricia, 1116
Heilmun, Kurt, 377
I-Ieilman, Logan, 133
Heilmann, David, 422
Heim, Randall, 382
Heiman, Barbara, 133
1-Ieimbuch, Raymond, 382
Heims, Yvonne, 399
Heinzelmann, Peter, 158
Heitmann, Donna, 162
Hcitmeier, William, 91, 194, 197,
Heitz, Gail, 162
Helfrich, Ioanne, 133
1-lelgeson, Mary, 168
1-Ielgevold, David, 107
Helkenn, Naomi, 326
Heller, Ian, 213, 398, 320
Heller, Richard, 29, 358
Hellige, Michael, 425
Hellmund, Diane, 231
1-Ielwege, David, 424
Hellyer, Karol, 408
Helms, lane, 354
I-Ieltne, David, 116, 118, 151
Helvick, Steven, 427
Hernken, Kathryn, 415
Henderson, lana, 133
Henderson, janet K., 133
Henderson, Ianet L., 162
Henderson, Pamela, 406, 407
Henderson, Patricia, 349
Henderson, William, 122
Hendricks, Iohn, 298
Hendrickson, Dana, 203
Hendryx, Richard, 298, 320
Hendrickson, Nanci, 408
I-Ienely, Bernard, 122
Heng, Arthur, 159
Henning, Constance, 108, 109,
Henning, Phillip, 369
1-lenrieh, Renea, 162
Henrilcson, lane, 349
llenry, Larry, 370
Henry, Rivian, 353
Henry, Sharon, 98
Hentzel, Irvin, 426
Henze, Donald, 133
1-Icpker, Sharon, 337, 406
Herald, Janice, 216, 415
Herlnrandt, Francine, 133
Herilfmrd, David, 133
Herilord, Inhn, 369
Herkes, Frank, 151
Herman, Michael A., 374
Herman, Michael W., 426
Herman, Thomas, 461
Hermann, Iohn, 133, 238, 239,
llerriek, Mary, 86
1-lersbergen, Ronald, 123
Hershlaerger, Larry, 91, 97
Heftel, Mary, 133, 150, 401
1-lertel, Stanley, 110, 116, 117
llertz, Barbara, 86, 329
Hertz, David, 123
Herweg, Susan, 333
Herylord, Allen, 91
llemberger, Susan, 131
llenolf, Karen, 353
lleseman, Carole, 194, 416
1-less, Richard, 104
Hess, Sara, 342
Hester, David, 119, 122
lieth, Jerald, 133
Hetherington, Steven, 362
I-Ieuer, Sandra, 133, 342
Heuer, Vicki, 182, 342
Hcusinkveld, Candace, 330
Hey, Gloria, 334
I-Iibbs, Diane, 330, 408
Hickman, David, 190, 218, 425
Hickman, Sally, 232
Hicks, Donald, 243
Hicks, Julie, 415
Hicks, Pamela, 333
Hicks, Paul, 382
Hicks, William, 133
Higginbotham, Ioseph, 133
Higgins, Barbara, 133, 215, 342
Higgins, Ioan, 157
Higgins, William, 122
nigh, tack, 362
Ifiightshoe, Ierry, 133
I-Iiland, Steven, 425
Hildebrand, Vicki, 133, 345
1-Iildreth, Sally, 194, 333
Hill, Alice, 133
I-lill, Douglas, 423
Hill, Iohn, 110, 117
Hill, Michael, 382
Hillier, Carol, 133
Hilsabeck, Daniel, 298, 320
Hilsman, Janice, 133, 149
Hinehey, Angela, 400
Hine, Susan, 133, 150
Hinterrneister, Iohn, 119, 122
Hinton, Iohn, 97
Hinton, Ruthellyn, 162, 230
Hintz, Robert, 117, 230
Hintze, Larry, 110, 246
Hine, Ianet, 326
Hippler, Lynne, 133, 219
Hirko, John, 91
Hirsch, Christian, 133
Hiszcaynskyj, Roman, 154, 159
Hitchcock, Bion, 123
Hitchcock, Gilbert, 314
Hitchcock, Judy, 133, 216
Hitchcock, Lee, 133
Hitchcock, Neil, 302, 366
1-lite, Larry, 362
Hixson, Kenneth, 133, 382
Hlavaeek, Timothy, 421
Hoak, David, 379
Hobbs, Kurmen, 133, 198, 346
Hack, Ronald, 365
Hackett, lay, 102
Hodoway, Richard, 386
1-Iodoway, Stephen, 298, 320, 386
Hodson, Iames, 433
Hoehle, Robert, 382
Hoenseheid, Leslee, 354
Hoepner, Iolm, 154
Hofeldt, Sandra, 54
Holt, lanis, 338
Hoff, Randy, 133, 246, 382
Hoffman, I-aniee, 403
Hollman, John, R., 426
I-Iolfman, John W., 428
1'Io11'man, Kathleen, 91
I-lollman, Sally, 345
Hoffman, Thomas, 133
Hoflfner, Charles, 110
Hollund, Car, 390
Hofmann, Kay, 99, 100, 147
Hogan, Carol, 338
Hogan, Michael, 238, 241, 422
Hogan, Nancy Lynn, 133, 220
Hogue, Iny, 345
Hoheisel, Sharon, 410
Holcomb, Icnny, 354
Holcomb, Robert, 419, 420, 424
Holdorf, Barbara, 108, 197, 338
Holland, Iuanita, 147, 149, 220
Hollander, Richard, 107
Holley, Caroline, 133
Holm, David, 393
1-Iolm, Harlan, 117
Holm, Sally, 330
Holm, Stevan, 119, 123
Holmberg, Louisa, 119
Holmes, John, 373
Holmes, Susan, 346
Holsteen, jane, 337
Holt, Carol, 338
Holt, Douglas, 154, 160
Holt, Francis, 119
Holt, William D., 393
Holt, William E., 231, 389
Holtcamp, Ianel, 406, 408
Holtman, Michael, 133
Holtz, Ioel, 421
Holtz, Richard, 133
Homan, Mary, 242, 346
Hood, Edwin, 119
Hood, Mary, 133
Hoogeveen, Linda, 166
Hoover, Iames, 154
Hoover, Marcia, 349
Hoover, Sue, 152, 334
Hopkey, Janice, 86
Hopkirk, Susan, 337
Hoppe, Dean, 365
Hoppe, Ray, 91
Hopper, Terry 431
Hopson, Gary, 226
Hopson, Patricia, 133
I-Iorak, Robert, 110
Horn, Elizabeth, 134
Hoor, Karen, 134
Horstman, Sara, 406
Horton, Betty, 217
Horton, Michael, 431
Hoskins, Nancy, 218
Hoskins, Donald, 370
Hoskinson, Reed, 134
Hostetler, Allen 134, 213, 218, 239,
240, 318, 43
Hostetter, Carol, 162, 165
Hotger, Ianct, 108
Hoth, Steven, 119, 122, 425
Hotz, Iohn, 362
Houar, Iohn, 119, 122
Houdesheldt, Charles, 238, 241, 420, 426
Houghton, Robert, 379
Houghton, Sheryl, 218
House, Ernest, 107
House, John, 134, 393
Hovland, Mary, 162, 165
Howard, Betsy, 346
Howard, Ernest, 230
Howard, Iohn, 119
Howard, Larry, 119
Howard, Quin, 134, 349
Howe, Arthur, 91, 97
Howe, David, 358
Howe, Donald, 104
Howe, Iay, 119
Howe, Marcia, 341
Howell, Richard, 424
Howerter, Susan, 134
Howes, Richard, 122, 134
nald, 119, 122, 124
Hoyt, Phillis, 219
Hoyt, William, 134, 151, 246, 2-17
Hubbard, Barbara, 134
Hubbard, Carol, 165, 416
Hubbartt, Neva, 134, 416
Hubbell, Rebecca, 134, 147, 396
Huber, Cynthia, 399
Huber, Patti, 334
jean, 91, 99, 100, 224,
Marcia, 210, 333
Huebner, Charles, 205
Huebner, Sherran, 13-1
Huewe, Robert, 110, 115. 117
Hull, Ianet, 203, 337
Huff, Richard, 361
Hull, Terrance, 298
Hughes, Judith, 134, 349
Hughes, Katherine, 13-1, 219
Hughes, Larry, 427
Hughes, Lester, 160
Hughes, Margaret, 134
Hugill, Richard, 377
1-Iulett, David, 91
Hull, Franklin, 134, 428
Hull, Patricia, 412
Hull, Steven, 92
Hume, William, 373
Humiston, Dale, 92, 98
Humphrey, Michael, 426
Hund, Lawrence, 134
Hunkins, john, 361
Hunkins, Mary, 134
Hunkins, William, 134
Hunt, David, 134, 385
I-Iunt, Iohn, 119
Charles, 154, 158
Hunter, Marcia, 134, 149
Hunter, Rebecca, 408
Hunting, Thomas, 362
Hunziker, Kenneth, 423
Hupfeltl, Iudith, 134
Huxtable, Becky, 198, 202, 338
Huyser, Karmen, 370
Hvidston, David, B2
Hyde, David, 223
Hyde, Doreen, 153, 178
Hyde, Sally, 194, 349
Hyduk, Brian, 421
Ieenogle, Mary, 326
Illian, Diane, 162
Illian, George, 92
Imel, Cheryl, 326
Imig, Marche, 166
Ingerson, Martha, 134
Ingraham, Norman, 168
Iossi, Franklin, 362
Irelan, Patrick, 134
Irvine, Madelyn, 134
Irvine, William, 238, 241, 243
Irwin, Gregory, 352
Irwin, Thomas, 134
Isador, Lauren, 353
Isham, Carolyn, 215
Isserstedt, Glenn, 158
Itzin, Charles, 389
Iva nolf ,
erda, 194, 218, 345
Iacob, Ioan, 134
gm, F., 119, 123
Iacobs, Dennis, 362
Iacobs, Michael, Q7
Iacobs, Steven, 92
Iaeobs, Susan, 162, 349
, Dale, 98, 101
Iacobsen, lack, 426
Iacobsen, james, 385
Jacobsen, Susn, 341
Jacobsen, Tliornas, 373
Jacobson, Jean, 162
Jacobson, Paul, 358
Jacobson, Steven, 42
Jacobson, Stuart, 134
Jakubsen, William, 298
James, John, S6
James, Mary, 86, 215, 346
Jannings, Ronald, 122
Janson, Sharon, 407
Jararcl, Garnet, 333
Jasper, Jennifer, 334
Jayncs. Roger, 427
Jaynes, Thomas, 422
Jellries, Carol, 92
Jencks, Alan, 389
Jenkins, Patricia, 86, -114
Jenks, Robert, 431
Jenks, Susan. 216
Jennings, Judith, 134
Jennings, Micliael, 911, 97,
Jensen, James, 134
Jensen, Karen, 134
Jensen, Karen Marie, 330
Jensen, Marilyn, 406, 408
Robert, 98, 101
skip, 213, 314
JL-rrel, Louise, 134
Jess, Barbara, 311
Jcsson, Jerome, 238, 241, 361
Jessen, Joel, 246, 302, 320, 366
Jcssen, Kenneth, 134, 432
Jcssen, Thomas, 92
Jewell, Judith, 134
Jewell, Julianne, 134, 120
Jinkinson, Jane, 134
Jirsa, Carol, 162, 333
Jirsa, Jeanne, 232
Johansen, Gary, 362
John, David, 110
Johns, Judith, 338
Johns, Stephen, 123
Johnson, Ardys, 337
Johnson, Barbara, 190, 333
Johnson, Barbara Joan, 108, 345
Johnson, Bernard, 429, 432
, Bloyce, 382
, Charles, 119
, Craig, 385
, Craig, 123
, Dale C., 381
, David, 12, 124
, Dennis. 385
, Dianne, 157, 338
Johnson, Edward, 122
Johnson, Erik, 419, 427
Johnson, Gary Charles, 123
Johnson, Cary Leroy, 92
, Gordon, 159
, Harold, 102, 104
, James, 123
, james Owen, 382
, Janet, 209, 231, 341
, Janice, 217
, Janis, 338
, Jellrie, 407
, Joseph, 427
, Judy, 168
, Kenneth, 160
, Kent, 428
, Kristin, 134
, Larry, 134
, Martin, 373
, Oswald, 110
, Randall, 369
, Randall W., 238
, Rodney, 92
, Roger, 134
, Ronald, 385
, Ronald M., 92
, Shirley, 134
Johnson, Stanley, 237
Johnson, Steven, 243
, Susan, 134
, Theodore, 382
, Thomas, 369
Walter 382 428
Johnson? William, 134
Johnsrurl, Thomas, 168, 170
on, James, 3711
on, Jane, 135, 147, 218, 334
Johnston, john, 110
on, Joseph, 98, 124
on, Michael, 339
on, Richard, 158
on, Shirley, 166
Jolille, James, 377
Jondle, James, 135
Jones, Allan, 319, 420, 423
Jones, Ann, 135, 232
Jones, Anna, 135
Jones, Dan, 116
Jones, David, 135
Jones, Gerry, 302, 320
Jones, H. Douglas, 373
Jones, James, 195, 314, 320
jones Jeri, 416
Jones: Jerry, 123, 377
jones, john, 238, 241
Jones, Lawrence, 135
Jones, Linda, 135
Jones, Lowell, 159
Jones, Marcia Ann, 92, 100, 101, 218, 326
Innes, Marcia Lynn, 326
Jones, Michael F., 393
Jones, Michael K., 389
jones, Phillip, 110
Jones, Robert, 425
jones, Sally, 208, 349, -116
Jones, Stephen, 88, 154, 157, 158
Jones, Warren, 232
Jordan, Diane, 242
Jordan, Stephen, 241, 426
Jordan, Susan, 135
Jortlison, Randall, 429
Joshi, Bhaskar, 102
Joy, William, 361
Joyce, Janet, 135
Judge, Theresa, 415
Judisch, David, 386
Juengling, Sharon, 162
Juhl, Paul, 135, 382
Julantler, Frederick, 123
Julseth, Ronald, 431
Junge, Susan, 346
Junsinger, VVi11iam, 135
Jungling, Caylen, 92
Jungling, Marvin, 135, 153
Jungman, Larry, 135
Jungmann, Conrad, 104
Junkunc, Judy, 326
Juvan, Frank, 381
Katling, Jane, 239, 408
Kahane, Charlotte, 216, 353
Kohler, William, 313
Kahrl, john, 432
Kail, Sheryl, 100
Kaiser, Frank, 135
Kaiser, Karl, 135
Kaiser, William, 111
Kalkwarf, Merrill, 135
Kallen, Craig, 119
Kallio, Sandra, 165, 208
Kallmer, James, 13
Kalma, Katharine, 337
Kzlltenbom, Kathryn, 135, 218, 221, 35-1
Kamen, Alan Joseph, 358
Kammer, Carol, 162
Kammer, Robert, 154
Kamp, Joel, 135
Kane, Allan, 119
Kane, Thomas, 135
Kane, Susan, 135, 157
Kanter, William, 135
Karber, Penelope, 416
Kart, Judith, 219
Kasarda, John, 135
Kasparek, Rose, 416
Kaullman, Nyle, 135, 161
Kaul, Dale, 238, Q1
Kearney, Raymond, 314, 369
Kearney, Thomas, 361
Keele, Frankie, 425
Keele, Mary, 135, 2120
Keeling, Michael, 369
Keenan, Terry, 389
Keeney, Virginia, 108
Kehe, David, 366
Kehoe, Lawrence, 151
Keiser, john, 154
Keith, Richard, 365
Keller, Clyne, 311
Keller, Luanne, 32, 408
Keller, Richarcl, 419, 420, 425
Keller, Rita, 92
Keller, Robert, 390
Kelley, Dwight, 361
Kelley, Ethel, 135
Kelley, James, 119, 123
Kelley, John, C., 135
Kelley, john T., 379
Kellner, John, 308, 320
Kelly, Eileen, 135
Kemp, Earl, 86, 431
Kemp, Karen, 333
Kemp, Larry, 119
Kendall, Paul, 135, 239
Kennedy, Catherine, 166
Kennedy, Donna, 216
Kennedy, Kacl, 119, 123
Kennelly, Kathleen, 135, 326
Kennett, Michael, 135, 245, 24
Kenny, Catherine, S6
Kent, Kenneth, 421
Kent, Martin, 432
Kent, Paul, 168
Kent, Ronald, 427
Kent, Susan, 354
Kenter, Michael, 374
Kentner, Susan, 326
Kephart, Kenneth, 182
Kephart, Mirrel, 319, 385
Kerchcr, Lois, 349
Kcrdus, Mary, 163
Kersbergen, Gloria, 133
Kersten, Mary, 135
Kesselring, Linda, 135
Kessler, Alan, 135
Keyser, Ann, 208
Kiekhaeler, Gene, 135
Kienaplel, Bruce, 135, 246
Kiesau, David, 104
Kinsey, Dennis, 152, -125
Kiger, Connie, 334
Kilberg, Barbara, 218
Kllberger, Allen, 92, 246
Kilkenny, Joseph, 393
Killhroath, James, 298
Killian, Susan, 163
Killinger, Nyle, 135, 326
Kilyer, Ronald, 154
Kimball, Judy, 415
Kimberly, Marie, 407
Kimble, Dalton, 298
Kimmerlc, Bruce, 92
King, john, 107
King, Louis, 369
King, Patricia, 337
King, Richard, 381
King, NVil1iam, 119
Kinnamon, Jon, 119
Kinnamon, Judith, 135
Kinney, Carol, 404
Kintzzel, Larry, 116
Kiple, james, 119, 123
Kipp, James, 186
Kipp, Marvin, 238
Kirby, Maureen, 346
Kirby, Michael, E, 362
Kirby, Patrick, 135, 362, 432
Kirk, Craig, 390
Kirk, Gregory, 361
Kirkham, Lee, 124
Kirkland, Donnie, 135
Kirkpatrick, Douglas, 158
Kirkwood, John, 237
Kirts, Alan, 389
Kitsis, Nancy, 353
Kitsis, Robert, 135
Kinlesen, Sherry, 345
Kladstrup, Richard, 482
Klelstad, Faye, 407
Klein, John, 431
Klein, Lanelle, 326
Kleinpaste, Robert, 361
Kling, Marilyn, 135
Kling, Timothy, 135, 386
Klocksiem, Pamela, 216, 219
Klouda, Linda, 135, 152
Klove, Don, 390
Kluvcr, Stanley, 246
Knake, Beverly, 415
Knapp, Dean, 432
Knavel, James, 159
Knecht, Joan, 135, 199, 341
Kneeland, Julie, 242, 345
Knezevich, Michael, 136
Knibbs, Ronald, 365
Knight, Robert, 92
Knight, Sheryl, 216
Knoke, William, 431
Knoll, Kathryn, 407
Knoot, Glenn, 168
Knopf, Morris, 88, 119, 123
Knott, Sylvia, 210, 231
Knowles,, Wendy, 136
Knutlsen, Linda, 108, 109
Knudsen, Mary, 194, 346. 415
Knurlsen, Russell, 182, 361
Knurlson, Keith, 243
Knudten, 1'-lerbert, 119
Knuths, Kathleen, 408
Knutson, Thomas, 298, 311
Koberg, Charles, 98, 101
Kochel, Charlotte, 136, 147
Kochel, Michael, 136, 218
Koehler, Albert, 92, 386
Koenig, James, 42
Koenig, Melvin, 239
Koepke, Frank, 136
Koester, Henry, 92, 98
Kogle, Mark, 369
Kohl, Barbara, 136
Kohl, Danalie, 100
Kohler, Philip, 155
Knlner, James, 421
Kolovat, David, 136
Kolsru, Barry, 421
Koon, Carolyn, 407
Kopp, Lawrence, 420, 423
Korenevich, Jill, 349
Kone, Nicole, 337
Kos, Donald, 419, 428
Kos, Frank, 92, 98, 389
Kosch, Marcia, 136
Koser, Karen, 136, 219
Koski, Susan, 163
Kothenbeutel, Robert, 160
Kolok, Alan, 185, 374
Kotak, Charles, 374
Kotok, Stephen, 119
Koufer, Alan, 374
Kovarsky, Joel, 374
Kola, John, 377
Kozel, Thomas, 381
Kraft, Jennine, 219
Krahmer, John, 120
Kramer, Michael, 374
Kramer, Robert, 117, 118
Kramer, Samuel, 358
Krasche, Robert, 241
Krause, Bruce, 430
Kreamer, Robert, 120, 123
Kreamer, Roberta, 215, 346
Kreekos, Michael, 102, 104
Kreger, James, 362
Kregness, Karen, 219, 341
Kreimar, Walter, 136, 230
Kreiter, Frances, 136, 342
Krejci, Rochard, 419
Krekel, Donald, 136, 218, 432
Krekel, Gene, SS, 120, 123, 2
Kreutz, Douglas, 42
Krewson, Lyle, 135, 218
Krga, Robert, 298
Krill, William, 136, 246, 298
Kay, 180, 199, 329
Kroemer, Georgiana, 136
Kron, Marcia, 208, 342
Kroneman, James, 151
Kross, Burton, 238, 241, 420,
Krum, Julie, 346
Kruschwitz, Dohn, 155
Kruse, Carl, 155, 160
Kruse, Lawrence, 432
Kruse, Nancy, 136
Kmzan, Mary, 338
Kryder, Ralph, 433
Carol, 218, 408
Kubik, Darrell, 238
Kuhik, Roger, 101, 246
Kuechmann, Don, 136, 432
Kulil, Larry, 222, 35
Kuhlmann, Morris, 390
Kuhn, Harold, 136
Kula, Robert, 92, 97
Kulllrom, Terry, 102
Kundel, David, 155, 160
Kundel, Inhn, 393
Kunkle, Kay, 326
Kuntz, William, 161
Kupcrman, Nina, 353
Kuramoto, Alice, 354
Kusano, Peggy, 243
Kutscher, David, 92
Kuttler, William, 424
Kyner, David, 197, 214
Lablarge, Dianne, 354
Laborde, Larry, 381
Lallin, Cynthia, 136
Lacock, Donald, 136
Lage, Alan, 365
Lnidig, Amolcl, 136
Laing, Marjorie, 330
Laing, Robert, 92, 246
Lambom, Ianet, 136
Lamberson, William, 423
Lammers, Iohn, 159
Lamont, Roger, 298
Lamp, Don, 98, 203, 390
Lamson, Linda, 87, 136, 14
Landes, Cynthia, 333
Lange, Ronald, 136
Lane, Curtis, 379
Lane, Delores, 337
Lane, lack, 155
Lane, Susan, 329
Lane, Virginia, 230
Allen, 136, 159
, Nancy, 415
Langesen, jean, 100, 136
s, Thomas, 124
Lannom, William, 385
Lannon, Michaela, 345
Lant, Graham, 120
Lapoint, Dennis, 427
Larsen, Edward, 98
Larsen, Gary, 298
Larsen, Ioyce, 404
Larsen, Linda, 147, 354, 403
Larsen, Nancy, 349
Larson Charles, 120
Q David, 136
, Diane, 330
Larson, Gordon, 159
Larson, john, 157, 158
, Lars, 243
, Linda, 218, 407
Laslctt, Lawrence, 157, 158
Lasota, john, 298
Lass, Thomas, 136
Lau, Peter, 362
Lauer, I-acqueline, 136, 342
Laughnan, Linda, 136, 149
Laughnan, Thomas, 389
Laughton, Iohn, 389
Laurich, Linda, 136, 412
Lauterhach, Cora, 166
Lavell, Gwendolyn, 136
Lavery, Michael, 298
Law ,Thomas, 136, 431
Lawheacl, Camille, 402
Lawler, Georgia, 346
Lawrence, Gary, 136, 161
Lawrence, Iohn, 246
Lawrence, Leslie, 161
Lawrence, Susan, 136, 149,
Lawson, Iames, 421
Lawson, Lee, 92, 98, 101
Lawton, Roger, 120, 123
Layfield, Barbara, 333
Layman, joy, 403
Lazar, Arnold, 308
Lazarus, Larry, 374
Leachman, David, 359
League, Stephen, 373
Leavitt, Richard, 136
Patricia, 136, 199, 202
220, 221, 353
eda, Betty, 136
enhlach, Larry, 424
Lee. Carol, 136, 337
Lee, Elizabeth, 86, 165
Lee, Glenn, 429, 431
Lee, Gordon, 243
Lee James, 159
Loan, Kieth, 218, 239
Locher, Regula, 341
Locke, Iames, 92
Lockhart, jeffrey, 137
Lockhart, Lillian, 137
Lockridge, Richard, 218, 419, 424
Lee, Rnhert, 3131
Leeper, Barbara, 136
Leggett, 181181, 345
Lehman, lane, 416
Leimer, Donald, 117
Leipold, Janet, 194, 203, 231, 346
Leitch, Linda, 407
Leman, Betty, 416
Lemon, Stanley, 215, 358
Lemons, Edward, 390
Lemons, Ieannette, 150
Lemons, Iutline, 407
Lockwood, Sylvia, 137
Loeck, Iohn, 365
Lofgren, james, 102
Logue, Lesley, 137, 337
Lohff, john, 137, 246
Lohman, Robert, 232
Lohr, lohn, 429, 432
Lone, Stanley, 432
Long, David, 298
Long, joseph. 107
Long, Richard, 115, 117
Long, Rickey, 26
Long, Rickie, 433
Lenhart. Garrett, 42
Lensclr, Davitl, 92
Leo, Hugh, 194, 203, 393
Leonard, David, 136
Leonard, Lawrence, 97, 311
nard, William, 432
Leprevost, Carol, 399, 400
revost. Dale, 319
Lercher, Lance, 382
Leroy, Catherine, 194, 208, 220, 333, 415
Lesar, Kay, 136, 219
Leseney, Iames, 136
Leslie, Daniel, 382
Leslie, Virginia, 86,
Leuck, Michael, 104
Lcvalley, Iumes, 1,20
Levi, Katherine, 216
Levi, Rosemary, 353
Levin, Iudith, 136, 353
Levine, Linda, 342
Levisrm, Marlin, 182
Leviton, Donna, 137
Levois, Michel, 213
Levy, Peter, 213, 374
Lcwarne, Iohn, 124
Lewis, Faye, 163
Lewis, Iellrey, 97, 377
Lewis, john, 243
Lewis, Iudy, 199, 346
Lewis, Kay, 137, 334
Lewis, Kenneth, 389
Lewis, Nancy, 137, 157
Leytze, Catherine, 337
Lezotte, Robert, 320
Liddle, Linus, 137
Lirlman, Robert, 379
Lieberman, Cary, 29, 358, 427
Liedtke, Larry, 111
Lien, Nancy, 338
Lilly, Steven, 137, 385
Lincoln, Richard, 432
Lincors, Ellen, 341
Lind, Iohn, 366
Limlahl, Barry, 369
Linclaman, Iim, 243
Lindberg, Anita, 329
Linde, Ronald, 160, 217
Lincleherg, Richard, 373
Lindell, jane, 345
Lindell, Iohn, 385
Lindeman, David, 361
Lindgren, Michael, 92
1..indh0lrn, Marilyn, 163, 330
Lindhnrst, Barbara, 334
Lindsay, Rose, 137, 346
Lindsay, XVi11iarri, 386
Lindsey, Dee, 137
Linfield, Suzanne, 410
Linge, lack, 120
Lininger, Neil, 137
Link, Gretchen, 334
Linquist, Ann, 333
Linton, Cheryl, 345
Lipton, Martha, 87, 137, 147,
Lischer, Henry, 202
Lisle, William, 92, 379
Lister, Susan, 408
Litsey, Dinah, 108, 109
Little, Clara, 137, 407
Little, Sandra, 137, 147, 330
Liudahl, Wayne, 107
Liventals, Harry, 137
Livingston, Michael, 232
Lloyd, Judith, 334
Longabaugh, Sherry, 400
Longneclcer, Gail, 152, 180, 199, 329
Longden, Thomas, SS, 153
Longenbach, Ioan, 137
Longstrelh, Alvina, 137, 147, 149, 220
Longstreth, James, S6
Lonning, Pamela, 108
Looky, Victorien, 217
Lnop, Bertine, 137, 341
Loots, Gregory, 431
Lordahl, Krystan, 137
Loring, Roger, 422
Lott, Diana, 416
Leucius, Michelle, 346
Loughran, john, 194,
Louvar, Richard, 430
Love, Mary, 92
Low, James, 362
Low, Thomas, 362
Luwher, Iames, 114, 137
Lowe, Timothy, 373
Lowenherg, Timothy, 238, 241
Lower, Beth, 333
Lowrey, Patricia, 403
Lowther, John, 120, 124
Lozier, Mary, 137
Lozier, Richard, 379
Lozier, William, 137, 379
Lubbert, Duane, 427
Luhin, Nancy, 219, 415
Lucas, Kenneth, 377
Lucas, Victoria, 399, 400
Luckenbill, Ianet, 414
Luckuw, Candace, 338
Lueblce, Kent, 430
Luehke. Neill, 104, 26
Luethye, Karen, 326
Luiken, George, 160
Luken, Melinda, 401
Lukensmeyer, Carolyn, ST, 199, 207, 216
Lukowicz, Michael, 430
Lund, Iane, 137
Lund, Paul, 92
Lunde, Mark, 137
Lundeen, Sharon, 199, 215, 329
Lundon, Frank, 428
Lundquist, Eric, 92, 389
Lundquist, Linda, 330
Luneckas, Karl, 318, 362
Lustgarten, Michael, 137
Lustgarten, Patricia, 137
Magnuson, Ronald, 137
Maguire, Deborah, 210, 408
Mahan, Charles, 339
Mahan, lticlith, 415
Mahan, Robert, 424
Maharry, Randall, 161
Maher, Dennis, 137
Maher, Mary. 199, 345
Mahoney, Kathleen, 137
Mahood, Sheryl, 230
Mahr, Kenneth, 421
Mahrenholz, Ronald, 16S
Main, Sharon, 333
Mainen, Eugene, 151
Mains, Susan, 333
Maitzen, Richard, 238
Majerus, Anne, 137
Major, Philip, 298
Makinster, Kristyn, 404
Malecha, Alan, 365
Mallie, Helen, 163, 165
Mallon, Iames, 382
Maloney, james, 92, 97, 99
Maly, Jan, 238, 241, 422
Manis, Michael, 427
Manley, David, 433
Mann, William, 98
Manning, Mary, 410
Manson, Kevin, 432
Marbach, Katherine, 396
Marcus, Mark, 137, 151
Mardorl, Allen, 159
Marek, Ronald, 390
Maresh, Mary, 137
Margosian, Sherry, 209, 346
Margulies, jelirey, 420, 424
Marinaccio, Warren, 102, 104
Maris, Richard, 137, 373
Markle, Dion, 92, 97
Marks, joel, 238
Marks, Joseph, 92, 98, 246,
Marks, Richard, 318
Marks, Ted, 223, 358
Markwell, Gary, 428
Marlowe, Bruce, Q5
Marold, David, 432
Marquis, Roy, 120
Marsh, Alan, 137
Marsh, Barbara, 330
Marsh, Linda, 86, 165, 330
Marsh, Loraine, 4041
Marsh, Steven, 393
Marshals, Lynne, 215,
Marshall, David, 420, 427
Marshall, George, 213, 314
Marshall, Ronald, 433
Martens, Ruger, 362
Martin, Iames, 123
Martin, john, 431
Martin, Karen, 100, 416
Martin, Kim, 273
Martin, Larry, 123
Martin, Michael, 88, 120, 123, 218
Tommy, 420, 424
, NVil1iam, 194, 222, 370
Mashaw, Gayle, 216, 334
Mashek, Daniel, 385
Mashek, Stephen, 92, 245, 246, 385
Lutjen, Ianice, 194, 203, 220, 349
Luttrell, Ierry, 366, 427
Lylnrd, Charles, 161
Lyman, Michael, 385
Lynch, john, 168
Lyon, Iames, 393
Lyon, Thomas, 122
Maas, 1-larry, 199, 218
Macdonald, Peter, 320
Macek, James, 116, 117
Macek, Terrence, 137
Mason, David, 137, 424
Mason, G. Patrick, 238. 241, 351
Mast, Linda, 137, 231, 341
Mathes, Richard, 426
Matheson, Iuhn, 137
Matheson, Steven, 382.1
Matson, Iohn, 98, 137
Mattausch, Thomas, 365
Matter, james, 158
Matlern, Suzanne, 341
Matthes, Lloyd, 213
Matthews, Carolyn. 100
Matthews, Iohn, 238, 241
Matthias, Iames, 159
Matthias, Nancy, 87, 137, 147, 207, 34
Mauer, Iames, 111, 115, 117
Machek, Lois, 342
Macke, Susan, 108, 326
Maclaren, Cynthia, 216
Macmillan, David, 160
Madden, John, 155
Madden, Ross, 155
Maddy, Inhn, 421
Marluli, Helene, 229
Magee, Patrice, 408
Maurer, Alan, 138
Maurer, Rex, 390
Maxon, Terry, 155, 161
Maxutov, Tanya, 326
Maxwell, Earl, 381
Maxwell, Kathleen, 337
1, Margaret, 149
1, Peter, 138
ry, Iann, 329
Mayberry, Phillip, 108, 111, 366
Mayer, Adrienne, 326
Mayer, Cheryl, 163
Mayer, john, 138, 246
Mayer, Paul, 111
Mayer, Thomas, 98
Maynard, Terrill, 138, 393
Mayner, Ronald, 138
Mayrose, David, 243, 421
Mazzoli, Georgine, 403
McAllister, Francis, 118
McAllister, Marilee, 138
McAllister, Roy, 421
McAllister, Susan, 199, 345
Mcilndrew, Robert, 370
M:Ane1ly. Linda, 326
McAr1ly, Mary, 346
McArthur, Winna, 103
McAulay, Mary, 216, 20
McBeath, Kenneth, 86, 213, 314, 426
McBerh, Charles, 421
McBride, Phillip, 428
McBurney, Vicki, 155
McCabe, Carolyn, 13S
McCabe, Iuseph, 123, 199
McCabe, Patricia, 215
McCahi1l, Tonia, 92, 99, 100, 101
McCall, Ann, 219
McCall, Charles, 92
McCanless, Keith, 213
McCarragher, Iames, 369
McGartzu1, George, 362
McCartney, Iolm, 428
McCarty, Kathryn, 404
McGausland, Waller, 302, 390
McClaskey, Norman, 120
McClaLchey, Bruce, 431
McCleary, Harriet, 333
McCleary Richard. 385
McClellan, Ronald, 427
McCloskey, Iuhn, 102, 104
McCloud, Craig, 369
McC1ugage, Laura, 153
McCluskey. Mary, 138
McComb, Laurie, 312
McConkey, Karen, 138, 341
McConneIec, Linda, 415
McConnell, Margaret, 138
McCord, Orville, 431
McCormick, Martha, 86, 341
McCormick, Patricia, 337, 401
McCormick, Patrick, 120, 122
McCos11, Charles A., 382
Mcflown, Joseph, 151
McCoy, Diana, 326
McCoy, james, 226, 424
McCray, Larry, 102
McCrcedy, Susan, 345
McCulloch, Michael, 138, 157, 159
McCutchen, William, 298
McDaniel, Carroll, 163
McKinley, Richard, 111, 114
McKinnie. Silas, 298
McKnight, Deborah, 329
McKnight, Robert, 92, 98, 419, 420, 423
McLain, Frederick, 246
ML-Lane, Charles, 431
McLane, John, 111, 423
McLeod, Snort, 123
McMahan, Dennis, 138
McMahon, Diane, 138, 147, 334
McMahon, Iohn, 386
McMaster, Carol, 166
McMillin, Ronald, 138
McM0rris, Iohn, 97
McMullen, Lee, 117
McMurroug11, Mary, 150
McNamara, James, 138
McNeil, Patricia, 138
McNiel, Margaret, 406, 407
McPeak, Iames, 120
McPike, Donald, 155
McRol7crts, Ianer, 86, 199, 329
McSwiggin, Joseph, 111, 116, 117, 118
McVcy. Dennis, 429, 432
MeVny, Margot, 403
McWhinney,1on, 102, 107
Mead. Muriel, 138
Mead, Philip, 425
Meadows, Mary, 138, 412
Meek, Carol, 138, 147, 334
Meeker, Barbara, 414
Mellen, Barbara, 330
Megan, Michael, 12
Meiches, Janis, 399. 401
Meier, Ion, 218
Meier, Patricia, 138, 147, 213. 40
Meiner, Linda, 108
Melby, Steven, 138
Melgaard, Steven, 102, 104
Melley, Barbara, 156
Melson, Linda, 326
Melson, Stephen, 15S
Menclelsohn, lack, 374
Menke, Roger, 311
Merisching, Charles, 308, 320
Mercer, Iohn, 389 '
Merchant, Iames, 155, 157, 153
Merleld, Ronald, 369
Mericle, Dale, 155
Meridith, Dennis, 123
Merrick, Robert, 160
Merrill, David, 377
Merritt. Ronald. 92
Mena, Daniel, 92, 393
Mescher, Myra, 163
Messenger, L. Thomas, 429, 430
Messenger, joseph, 433
Mersker, Linda, 415
Mettille, Francis, 151
Metz, Michael, 138
Metzger. Kathleen, 407
Miller, Gary L., 138, 230
Miller, Gary N., 390
Miller, Gene, 92
Miller, Gloria, 138
Miller, Irving, 120
Miller, james, 138
Miller, lean, 20, 326
Miller, lemme, 232
Miller, Ioan, 396
Miller, Inn, 225, 436
Miller, Karen, 163
Miller, Kemp, 92, 98, 101
Miller, Kenneth, 369
Miller, Leo, 246, 298
Miller, Linda, 138, 333
Miller, Madonna, 133
Miller, Mary, 334
Miller, Melvin, 366
Miller, Patricia, 138
Miller, Patricia M., 86, 410
Miller, Richard, 382
Miller, Robert, 104
Miller, Ronny, 92
Miller, Scott, 218, 42, 427
Miller, Steven, 369
Miller, Terri, 424
Miller, Thomas, 423
Miller, William, 379
Mills. Thomas, 213
Millunehick. Edward, 358
Minikus, Stephen, 389
Minney, Douglas, 427
Mintrup. Mary, 341
Mira, Allan, 432
Misbach, Gregory, 116
Mishach, Mary, 138, 338
Misleldt, Pamela, 93, 100
Mitchell, Judith, 3-12
Mitchell, Lynda, 334
Mitchell, Robert, 93
Mitvalsky, Frank, 123
. Iacquelyn, 138
Moeller, Lyle, 93
Moeller, Lynn. 93
Moeller, Ronald, 386
Morgan, Allen Wright, 365
Morgan, James, 139
Morgan, Iimmy, 111
Morgan, Iolue, 218, 415
Morgan, Marsha, 349
Morgan, Marsha Lee, 86, 199, 334
Morgan, William 26
Morhauser, Mary, 139
Moring, Rodger. 432
Moritz. Sheryl. 231, 404
Morris, Eric, 430
Morris, Eric, 139
Morris, Roherl, 151
Morris, Sandna, 139, 242, 346
Morrison, Linda, 342
Morrison, Steven, 160
Morrow, Bruce, 186
Morrow, James, 246, 386
Morrow, Nancy, 139, 147
Morse, Janie, 330, 408
Morton, lohn, 213
Moses, David, 421
Moses, James, 88, 139, E, 293, 320, 390
Mosher, Ann, 130, 220
Mosimann, Io Ann, 242
Moss, David, 139, 219, 246, 293
Moss, Stephen, 219
n, Elaine, 139
n, Hugh, 202, 215, 390
Mossman, Robert, 239
Moulds, Robert, 421
Mouw, Dean, 424
Mowcn, Ellen, 412
Mowry, Thomas, 393
Moxley, Nancy, 403
Moyer, Melanie, 243, 345
Moyers, John, 377
Muehlbauer, Karen, 139
Mueller Barbara 326
Muelleri cami,-nf ss, 165, 215, 345
Mueller, Gerald, 386
Mueller, john, 386
Mark 98, 101
Muelleri Phyllis, 216
Mueller, Stephen, 318
Mueneh, Iudy, 93, 100
Moeller, Steven, 158
Moen, Linda, 165, 333
Moenck, Sharon. 168
Moennig, Sally, 133
Moffett, Bruce, 365
Mohr, Erwin, 138
Mohr, Theron, 163
Moloney, Philip, 427
Monahan, Mark, 218, 419, 420, 422
Mandanc, Michael, 311, 379
Mugge, Gherryl, 139
Muhlenbruch, Robert, 139, 222, 3
Mulluhy, Cheryl, 150
Mullen, Donald, 102, 107
Mulligan, Terrence, 298, 320, 366
Mullins, Michael, 298
Mulmcd, Lawrence, 139, 158
Mulvihill, Palrick, 431
Mumm, Noel, 122
Mundi, Paul, 111
Mundy, Richard, 139, 194, 366
Monkelien, Perry, 423
Munohan, Paul, 213, 314, 320
Mnnroe, Antoinette, 13S
Murtaugh, James, 107
McDaniel, Robert, 424
McDermott, Terance, 104
McDonald, Gregory, 382
McDonnell, Iohn, 168
McDowell, Larry, 298
McElroy, Larry, 424
Mclinany, Patrick, 365
McEvoy, Ioseph, 98, 313
McFaKe. Michael, 385
McGarvey, Frederick, 379
McGarvey, Iuhn, 379
Mcflarvey, Paul, 155
McGill, Gary, 111
McGilmer, Benjamin, 302
Meyer, Daniel, 430
Meyer, Keith, 123
Meyer, Kendall, 123
Monroe, Gordon, 298
Monroe, James, 160
Monroe, john, 238
Monroe, Richard, 422
Munns, james, 393
Munson,, Susan, 139
Murken, Roger, 155, 15S
Murphy, Carolyn, 139
Murphy, Dallas, 87, 139, 182
Meyer, Mark, 426
Meyer, Stanley, 436
Meyers, Susan, 338
Susan Lyn. 408, 344
Michael, Iamcs, 246
Michel, Marc, 295
Micich, Sue, 218, 399
Mick, Iames, 104, 393
Mick, Thomas, 393
Mick, William, 393
Mickelson, Michael, 369
Monroe, Thomas. 138
Monson, Sandra, 407
Montgomery, Ann, 138, 346
Montgomery, Dick, 93, 222, 379
Montgomery. Terry, 379
Montgomery, Timothy, 246, 385
Muntour, Gregory, 238, 241. 3151
Montrnss, Hugh, 93
Mood, Alan, 138
Moon anel 337
McGimpsey, Mary, 242, 345
McGimpsey, Nancy, 345, 415
McGinnis, Marian, 216, 230
MeGivern, Dennis, 433
McGowan, Thomas, 423
McGrath, Gaylord, 419, 420, 428
McGrath, james. 124
McGrath, Roland, 302, 319, 366
McGrath. Stephen, 382
N1eGreevey, Edward, 102, 107
McGregor, Robert, 155, 159
MeGrevcy, Daniel, 382
McGuire, james, 320
McGuire, Steven, 379
Mel-lugh, Iames, 298
Mcllrnlh, Ann, 198, 203, 31-lb, 415
Mclntush, Karen, 407
Mclntyre. Diane, 326
McKee, Carolyn, 330
McKinley, Michael, 425
Mickelson, Theodore, ISS
Middleton, Iames, 427
Miersen. Ronald. 111, 115, 116, 117
Miller, Mary, 341
Mikelson, Clarence, 390
Mikkelsen, Tom, 365
Milach, Mark, 429
Milunder, Benjamin, 111, 114, 115,
Miles, Mary, 92, 138
Millen, Iames, 138
Miller, Alma, 337
Miller, Arthur, 133
Miller, Barry, 45
Miller, Bowman, 92, 433
Miller, Cheri, 349
Miller, Craig, 223, 379
Miller, David, 220, 436
Miller, Denny, 92
Miller, Donald, 104
Miller, D maid R., 427
, I ,
Moon, Michael, 200, 369
Money, Joseph, 358
Mooney, William, 358
Moore, Alice, 166,
Moore, Carl, 238, 241, 423
Moore, Dale, 246
Moore, David, 93, 93, 101
Mzmre, Eugene, 93
Moore, Gregory, 390
Moore, Inmes, 138
Moore, Iames R., 231
Moore, lean, 354
Moore. Metta, 138
Moore, Nancy, 3-46
Moore, Richrad, 390
Morain, Stephen, 377
Moreau, Gary, 370
Morehouse, David, 138
Moreland, David, 298
Mori, Darrel, 133
Murphy, Daniel, 139
Murphy, Gary, 361
Murphy, George, 139
Murphy, john, 369
Murphy. Leanna, 139
Murphy, Mary, 216
Murphy, Neil, 120, 123
Nlurra, Gerda, 86, 406, 407
Murray, Ianc, 230
Murray, Robert, 422
Murray, Thomas, 385
Murlnugh, Terrance, 238
Muslelclt, jclfrey, 230, 428
Mussell, Frank. 139
Muyskens, Ioan, 139
Myatr, Barbara, 216, 349
Myatt, Larry, 139
Myers, 1--Iiram, 373
Richard , 155
Myers, Ronald, 139
Myers, Stephen, 139
Myhra, Arnold, 139
Nabedrick, Meraly, 219
Nnehazel, john, 382
Nailing, Russell, 93
Nailing, Richard, 218, BS, 241, 420, 422
Naihert, Anne, 139, 342
Nailor, Vicki, 220
Nakashima, Robert, 139, 219
Narskc, Richard, 151
Narum, Peyton, 247
Naryka, William, 390
Nash, Robert, 377
Nash, Toni, 217
Nashleanas, Gregory, 390
Nassen, Donald, 104
Nathanson, Maxine, 353
Natkiel, Paul, 358
Naylor, Pamela, 330 ,
Neal, Clark, 366
Neal, Theresa, 346
Nebel, Mary, 139, 21, 333
Nedved, Larry, 370
Neighbor, Charles, 215
Neill, Torrey, 139
Neiman, Donald, 93, 389
Neiman, Richard, 158
Nelson, Carol, 139
Nelson, Christopher, 377
Nelson, Frederick, 124
Nelson, Harold, 117, 118
Nelson, Jana, 403
Nelson, Jeanne, 334
Nelson, John, 93
Nelson, Merrill, 104
Nelson, Richard, 111
Nelson, Richard R., 430
Nelson, Robert, 298
Nelson, Ronald, 427
Nelson, Ruth, 150
Nelson, Sandra, 342
Nelson, Susan, 209, 341
Nelson, Virginia, 333
Neppl, Robert, 238
Nervig, Ronald, 155, 161
Nesbit, Georgia, 163, 165
Nesladck, Ronald, 218, 428
Ncstrud, Thomas, 111
Netherton, Darrell, 139, 147, 182
Netolicky, Richard, 139
Neubauer, Marcella, 86
Neuger, Linda, 197, 22, 326
Neuhart, Lynn, 139
Neumann, Deanna, 197. 207, 24, 242, 412
Neumcier, Robert, 238, 420, 424
Neville, Carole, 216
Neville, Dennis, 390
Newbrough, William, 152, 153, 423
Newburger, Mark, 374
Newcomer, Suzanne, 333
Newell, David, 120
Newell, Patricia, 326
Newell, Ronald, 93
Newhouse, Norman, 139, 421
Newhouse, Pamela, 338, 408
Newland, Jellrey, 298, 379
Neyland, Kathleen, 207, 209
Neymeyer, Janet, 402
Nibbelink, Jonathan, 139
Nice, Marcia, 216, 330
Nichols, Diane, 333
Nichols, John, 425
Nichols, Margaret, 139, 195, 338
Nickolisen, Beth, 215, 216, 221, 329
Nicol, Danny, 192, 198, 393
Nicol, Jerald, 139
Nicolazzi, Robert, 377
Niebaum, Linda, 93
Nieland, Robert, 159
Nielsen, Larry, 432
Nielsen, Stephen, 302
Nielsen, Vance, 218
Nightingale, Roger, 104
Niland, John, 298, 320
Nissen, Stephanie. 349
Nissen, William, 93
Nissenbaum, David, 374
Noble, Charles, 93, 98, 101
Noddle, Jellrey, 374
Nodecker, Phyllis, 195, 197, 214, 338
Nofltz, Paula, 139, 342
Nolan, Linda, 216, 329
Nollenberger, Ralph, 226
Noller, Nancy, 150, 406, 408
Noonan, Karl, 298
Noonan, Susan, 139
Nordbrock, Earl, 185
Nordeen, Peggy, 207, 345
Norden, Leo, 157
Noren, Louise, 108, 109
Norgaard, Anders, 93, 97
Norman, Alvin, 425
Norman, Gary, 93
Norman, James, 389
Normoyle, Donald, 111
Norris, Karen, 407
Norris, Ronald, 155
Northcutt, John, 139, 390
Northway, Lawrence, 427
Norton, Constance, 218
Norton, Michael, 215, 374
Novak, Jean, 342
Nowlin, Thomas, 139, 246
Noytl, John, 93
Noyes, Michael, 373
Nugent, Michael, 93, 239, 240
Nunn, James, 389
Nurnberg, Marsha, 108
Nuss, Edward, 362
Nystrom, Sharon, 330
Oberwettcr, Charles, 373
Obleness, David, 139
O'Bricn, Cheryl, 410
O'Brien, Ellaouise, 342
O'Brien, Michael, 38, 239, 241
O'Brien, Patrick, 107
O'Brien, Susan, 149
Obryon, Moureen, 86, 197, 216, 337
Ochs, Melvin, 159
O'Cnnnor, Dailene, 337
O'Connor, Larry, 160
O'Connor, Mary, 163, 165
O'Connor, Michael, 362
O'Connor, Richard, 139
Oddsen, Kristine, 231
Odem, John, 226, 433
Odendahl, Marsha, 139
O'Donnell, Jerry, 298, 362
O'Donnell, Martin, 86, 311
Oest, Robert, 140
Oeth, James, 421
O1Fallon, Mary Ann, 163
Oft, Donald, 298
Ogerlcgbe, Alexander, 217
O'Hara, Richard, 298, 320
Ohlinger, Jacob, 149, 432
Ohlson, Danny, 426
Ohnesorge, Linda, 342
Oldag, Martha, 330
Oldt, Kenneth, 362
O'Leary, Diane, 415
O'Leary, Patrick, 140
Oleson, Willard, 361
Oliver, Jerrold, 122
Olk, Thomas, 393
Olney, Roger, 361
Olsen, Henry, 218, 428
Olsen, Jay, 93
Olson, Diana, 140, 202. 209. 337, 4
Olson, Douglas, 427
Olson, Gary, 302
Olson, Gregory, 158
Olson, Jo Ann, 150, 221, 345
Olson, John, 362
Olson, Linda, 326
Olson, Marilyn, 140, 149, 337
Olson, Sally, 342
Olson, Sandra, 396
Omann, Jane, 140
Omi, Paul, 308
O'Neil, Dennis, 140
O'Neil, Eileen, 166
O'Neil, Margaret, 166
O'Neill, Dorothy, 342
O'Neill, Patrick, 168
O'Neill, Sharon, 415
Opheim, Judith, 216, 341
Orluske, John William, 140
ke, Barbara, 416
Orr, William, 93
, William, 243, sro
, Judith, 400
Osborn, Robert, 155
Osbom, Thomas, 433
Osborne, Joel, 168
Osborne, Sally, 140
Osbum, Stephen, 140
Osdoba, Gloria, 229, 353
ugh, Elizabeth, 86, 410
Osko, Gregory, 370
Osterfoss, Warren, 238, 241, 420
Oswald, Georgia, 334
O'Too1e, Patricia, 140, 401
Ott, David, 93, 222, 239, 381
Ott, James, 140
Ottcson, James, 93
Otting, Samuel, 98, 101
Otto, Janice, 354
Ouverson, Winifred, 415
Over, Oscar, 120, 122
Overland, Barbara, 140
Overstedt, Lisbet, 140
Owens, Kathryn, 140, 220
Owens, Linda, 406
Owens, Susan, 140
Paasch, Brigitte, 140
Pacanowski, Roger, 155, 161
Padgham, Inga, 334
Padgham, Kenneth, 123, 218
Padnos, Mark, 140
Paelz, Bill, 107
Page, Dennis, 238
Page, Thomas, 424
Pallischeck, Karen, 416
Palmer, James, 390
Palmer, Patricia, 163
Pulmquist, Johrt, 42
Palos, Dean, 390
Paluska, Gerald, 369
Pampel, Lucille, 230, 399
Pankey, Eugene, 97
Panousis, Christ, 120, 123
Papp, Joseph, 111, 116, 117
Paquette, Peter, 298
Pardcn, James, 120
Parish, Arlon, 123
Parisi, William, 140, 192, 218, 366
Parizek, Robert, 116
Park, James, 245, 246, 247
Parke, Christine, 215
Parker, Leslie, 140, 204, 346
P-arkcr, Mary, 326
Parkhurst, James, 93
Parks, Robert, 124
Parmcly, Michael, 238, 421
Parris, Pamela, 140
Parrott, James, 428
Parry, Dennis, 381
Parsons, Lawrence, 424
Parsons, David, 393
Parsons, Philip, 111, 117, 369
Parsons, Thomas 140
Pastorino Raymond, 369
Pastros, Theodore, 202, 204, 366
Paon, Samuel, 140
Patrice, Patricia, 333
Patsch, Judith, 402
Pattee, Susan, 415
Patterson, Cornelius, 298
Patterson, Robert, 431
Paul, Donald, 93
Paul, Susan, 329
Pauley, Eugene, 140, 245, 246, 247
Paulin, Lynn, 86
Pauling, Dennis, 88, 114, 239, 240,
241, 302, 366
Paullus, Diane, 407
Paustian, Darwin, 424
Pavlis, John, 366
Payne, Thomas, 140
Payson, Earl, 120
Payton, John, 243, 433
Payton, Patsy, 334
Pazdemik, Leroy, 151
Peacock, Anne, 140, 147, 242, 345
Peacock, Mary, 346
Pearl, Elliott, 140
Pearson, Jeanne, 163
Pease, Janet, 140, 199, 329
Peck, Anna, 140
Peck, Richard, 93
Peeks, Pamela, 216
Peeples, George, 302, 320
Peil, John 222, 362
Pekarek, Ann, 108
Pelton, John, 369
Pelz, Harlan, 140
Penaluna, Cathie, 337
Pence, Barbara, 326
Pennebaker, Nancy, 329
Penner, Helaine, 219
Penny, Ruth, 140
Penwcll, Robert, 382
Peper, Raymond, 93, 98, 246
Pereboom, Rebecca, 140
Perelman, Sheldon, 374
Perham, Mary, 210
Perkins, Fred, 22, 377
Perkins, Jane, 346
Perkins, John, 140
Perkins, Lewis, 302, 320
Rollin, 223, 393
Janice, 29, 353
Perry, George, 377
Perry, Lois, 404
Perry, Mariann, 330
Perry, Michael, 243
Perry, Robert, 122, 362
Christopher, 302, 320
Pesek, Joanne, 320
Peters, Benjamin, 161
Peters, Brian, 93
Peters, Connee, 339
Peters, Nancy, 349
Peters, Robert, 379
Peters, William, 140, 239
Peters, William, 140
Petersen, David, 160
Petersen, Dennis, 98, 101
Petersen, James, 313
Petersen, Jay, 140
, Kenneth, 155, 160
Petersen, Kristen, 406
Petersen, Louise, 329
Peterson, Lyle, 423
Petersen, Michael, 140, 213, 246, 314
Petersen, Michael, 140, 424
Petersen, Mildred, 86, 216, 218, 354
Petersen, Nancy, 24, 402, 403
Petersen, Richard, 199, 204
Petersen, Ruth, 140
1, Thomas, 93, 97
Peterson, Carl, 366
Peterson, Carol, 330
Peterson, Delaine, 120, 124
Peterson, Irving, 140, 160
Peterson, Joanne, 140
Peterson, Joel, 393
Peterson, Larry, 140, 147
Peterson, Linnea, 416
Peterson, Marilyn, 230
Peterson, Mark, 93, 97, 99
Peterson, Martin, 123
Peterson, Penelope, 140
Peterson, Richard, 389
Peterson, Robert, 141, 160
Peterson, Roy, 361
Peterson, Susan, 345
Peterson, Sylvia, 141
Petosa, Stephen, 123
Petra, Joseph, 373
Patrick, John, 385
Petrie, Jcllry, 238
Plefler, Duane, 427
Pfe1l'er, Paul, 124
Phelps, Francis, 373
Phelps, Gary, 42
Phelps, Gary, 436
Phelps, Jeanne, 407
Philips, Christopher, 379
Philips, Terry, 219
Phillips, Candace, 407
Phillips, Gary, 111, 114, 116
Phillips, Julie, 342
Phillips, Mary, 216
Picek, Louis, 421
Pickens, Barbara, 346
Pieper, Damian, 141
Pieper, Mary, 354
Pieper, Theodore, 430
Piepergerdes, James, 366
Pierce, Steven, 425
Pierrot, William, 141
Piersol, James, 370
Pierson, Susan, 141, 218, 20, 399
Pilgrim, Donald, 361
Pilling, John, 141, 222, 365
Pingel, Gary, 111
Pitka, William, 386
Pitluck, Haskell, 123
Pitman, Richard, 161
Pitz, Barbara, 341
Platt, John Charles, 88, 192, 218
Pletcher, John, 111
Ploen, Jim, 93, 433
Ploth, David, 159
Pochter, Marcia, 414
Podhajsky, Norbert, 365
Poepsel, Harvey, 107
Poesch, Carol, lf-11
Pohl. William, 393
Pohlmann, Peter, 385
Poindexter, Dixie, 338
Polen, Mark, 93, 2213,
Polish, Vance, 155
Poling, Vance, 326
Poling, Anne, 326
Pollack, Miriam, 229
Pollock, Howard, 335
Pollock, Robert, 141, 230
Polly, Richard, 160
Pomerantz, leri, 353
Pomeroy, Elizabeth, 354
Poole, Ronald, 215, 393
Pope, Iudith, 141
Porter, Katherine. 338
Porter, Pamela, 182, 333
Poston, Donald, 422
Porter, Robert, 155
Potts, Steven , SSS
Poulos, Kristie, 346, 408
Powell, Nancy, 141, 349
Powell, Rodney, 427
Powell, Terry, 370
Powers, james, 123
Powers, Paul, 93, 98, 99, 101
Prall, Wayne, 102, 107
Pratt, Dan, 423
Pray, Ralph, 161
Prenosil, Tamara, -115
Prentice, Walter, 243
Price, Daniel, 365
Price, james, 365
Price, Iudith, 194, 349
Price, Robert, 123, 124
Price, Timothy, 365
Primmer, Ernest, 107
Primmer, Robert, 381
Pringle. Iackie, 141, -136
Prinz, Robert, 374
Pritchard, Edward, 231, 422
Pritchard, Martha, 416
Pritchard, Penelope, 141, 342
Pritzker, Margie, 29
Proctor, David, 377
Proctor, Ralph, 26
Proctor, Shirlee, 163, 333
Rannlnlph, Alvin, 1-ll, 246, 293, 31
Raney, Carol, 326
Raney, jerry, 422
Rankin, Carolyn, 150
Ranniger, Ioan, 216, 230
Ransrlell, Douglas, 370
Ransom, Elizabeth, 218, 415
Rapp, Dirk, 217
Rarig, Ian, 415
Raskin, Andrea, 87, 141, 353
Rasley, Iames, 246
Rathmann, lerry, 93
Ratlcewicx, Edward, 431
Ratlilif, Marion, 102
Rauch, Allan, 377
Rauch, Chester, 377
Rausenberger, Robert, 320, 390
Ray, Cheryl, 218
Ray, Madelyn, 220, 353
Ray, William, 428
Rayhaclc, Patricia, 141
Reading, Lawrence, 373
Reading, Patricia, 141
Reading, Sarah, 141, 219
Proffitt, Gertrude, 141
Pruess, Ioc, 390
Pudzuvelis, Peter, 373
Puhl, Francis, 86, 152, 337
Puhl, james, 160
Pundt, Richard, 141, 192, 218
Purdie, Ioe, 104
Purdy, William, 120, 124
Purvis, Thomas, 93, 238, 239, 240, 241
Putman, Stephen, 377
Putnam, Nancy, 400
Pyle, Ianice, 163, 342
Quakenhush, Diana, 402
Quarton, Richard, 423
Rohdy, Cheryl, 403
Quateman, William, 374
Mary, 141, 329
Quayle, Elwanda, 163
Quinn, Iames, 93, 98, 239, 240, 241
Raach, George, 243, 246, 247
Radcliffe, Marni, 333
Rader, Sybil, 243, 341
Radlolf, Lois, 20, 329
Ralclal, Douglas, 366
Ragan, Iames, 238, 241, 425
Reay, Richard, 141, 393 -
Reeker, Mary, 163, 165
Reddington, Gary, 120
Reclenius, Myron, 103, 107
Rederus, Susan, 341
Redlem, Alan, 217
Redfield, Billie, 197, 206, 221, 338
Reed, Alice, 349
Reed, Camelia, 150, 216, 407
Reed, Dixie, 163, 165
Reed, Gregory, 365
Reed, Linda, 141
Reerntsrna, Marilee, 215, 404
Reese, Iames, 141
Reeves, Stanford, 111
Reichert, Elmer, 141
Reid, David, 386
Reid, 1-larry, 381
Reier, James, 93
Reierson, Richard, 433
Reifschneiclern 1Vl.. 222, 380
Reilly, Michael, 373
Reimer, jonathan, 311
Reimers, Bruce, 155
Reinders, Donald, 161
Reinhardt, Franklin, 298
Reinhardt, Thomas, 93, 393
Reinhart, Iuclith, 93
Reinheimer, Ross, -122
Reinke, Robert, 102, 107
Reinking, Setven, 141
Rcithal, Patricia, 218, 403
Remer, Richard, 141
Remley, Iames, 123
Renaud, janet, 141
Renaud, Virginia, 141, 401
Renrier, Franklin. 23, 385
Reno, Robert, 370
Renquist, Thomas, 213
Rens, Laveme, 141
Renshaw, Frank, 141
Rensink, Helen, 163, 165
Renzo, Anthony, 385
Reppe, Larry, 390
Reschley, Gary, 161
Restelli, William, 298
Relman, Frank, 120, 123
Retrum, William, 361
Retsema, Iames, 151
Rettig, Bonnie, 220
Reuling, Graham, 141
Renter, Donald, 427
Reynolds, David. 412
Reynolds, Samuel, 427
Reynoltlson, Vicki, 330
Rains, Wilma, 407
Rajtora, Dennis, 161
Rajtorzi, Otto, 141
Raker, Donald, 421
Ramirez, Felix, 111
Rampson, Raymond, 93
Ramsey, Ann, 416
Ramsey, Richard, 120
Ronda, Daniel, 385
Randall, Barbara, 242, 338
Randall, Charles, 93
Randall, David, 107
Rundell, Richard, 86, 426
Ra ndles, Carol, 232
Rhine, Wendell, 151
Rhodes, Charles, 111
Rhodes, Jean, 141
Rhodes, Rohert, 141
Rice, Charles, 111, 114, 115, 117
Rice, Iohn, 199
Rice, Terry, 120, 123
Richard, Kenneth, 385
Richards, Mary, 141, 334
Richards, Melvin, 155
Richardson, james, 93
Richardson, Ioyce, 163, 165
Richmond, john, 155
Richter, Iurgen, 217
Richtsmeier, Thomas, 159
Rick. Annette, 410
Riddle, Robert, 218, 423
Ridenour, Ianet, 230
Reidel, Cecelia, 141
Riedel, John, 421
Riehm, Beverly, 218, 345
Rielce, Thomas, 141
Riemenschneider, P. j., 93
Riemer, Brian, 122
Riessen, Reinhard, 160
Rietvold, Ion, 141
Rigler, Wilson, 160
Riherrl, Iohn, 238, 241, 419,
Rike, Dennis, 160
Rosenthal, Robert, 432
Rosine, Phyllis, 402, 403
Ross, Carol, 142
Ross, Edward, 362
Ross, Kenneth, 42.
Ross, Nancy, 346
Thomas, 298, 369
Rossman , Dennis, 94
Roth, Catherine, 175, 402, 404
Roth, Gregory, 124
Roth, Lanny, 111
Roth, Marc, 361
Roth, Susan, 415
Rothlisberger, Carla, 142
Riker, Robert, 141
Ring, Dale, 107
Ring, Karen, 141, 330
Rothstein, Kay, 142, 353
Roudabush, Lyle, 366
Rrsudahush, Richard, 366
Rinker, Carolyn, 180. 194.
Risley, David, 93, 359
Rissman,, A. Kent, 421
Ritchie, David, 93, 97, 99,
Ritenour, Lucinda, 141
Ritson, George, 102, 104
Ritter, Pamela, 349
Ritzman, Vernon, 155
Ritzmann, Roy, 423
Robbins, james, -127
Roherge, Kathy, 334
Roberson, Thomas, 377
Roussell, Robert, 142
Rowe, Dorothy, 108, 109,
Rowlee, Edwin, 151
Rowley, Catherine, 142,
Rowley, Cheryl, 142
Rowley, Steven, 421
Royce, Merle, 123,
Royer, Mary, 213, 407
Ruhel, Lynn Ann, 216
Rubin, Samuel, 123
Rubin, Steven, 377
Williarn 226 369
Roberts, Iacquelyn, 100
Roberts, Iamcs, 141
Roberts, james M., 389
Roberts, lay, 123
Roberts, Ioellcn, 342
Roberts, Ioseph, 141, 386
Roberts, Lyman, 158
Roberts, Michael, 158, 369
Robertson, Carl. 111, 116, 117, 218
Robertson, lane, 216
Robinson, Andrew, 194, 370
Robinson, Bonnie, 219
Robinson, Cary. 98
Robinson, Nancy, 329
Robinson, Susan, 329
Robison, Sandra, 399
Rocca, Michael, 93, 98
Roche, John, 430
Rochotte, james, 203, 390
Rudnick, Leslie, 229, 421
Rudys, Stasys, 151
Rueggf Patricia, 230, 408
Ruegnm, 1udiih,s6, 147,
Rneter, Carl, 142
Rueter, Steven, 428
auggefi, jill, 178, eos, 242, 337
Ruml, Lisa, 349
Rummel, Cynthia, 330
Runau, Albert, 111
Rupp, Iohn, 199, 379
Ruroclen, Linda, 341
Rushton, Iuclith, 194, 341
Rusk, Alan, Q6
Rusk, Thomas, 197, 23,
Russell, Charles, 369
Russell, james, 226, 433
Russell, Steve, 142
Russmun, Gerald, 111, 116, 117
Russo, Romolo, 160
Rutenhach, Heidi, 219
Rock, Melvin, 233
Rockwell, Mark, 373
Rodden, Diana, 406, 408
Roddy, Michael, 93, 420, 424
Rode, Ronald, 362
Rodemeyer, David, 98
Rodewaltl, Shirley, 165
Gary, 142, 159
Karlin, 142, B8
Ryberg, Doris, 401
Ryerson, Steven, 424
Rodwell, Marcia, 206, 231, 338
Roenieldt, Iohn, 94
Rogers, Barbara, 333
Rogers, Barbara Ann, 163, 165
Rogers, Catherine, 337
Rogers, Donna, 141, 216
Sachnoif, Susan, -416
Sadlqk, Barbara, 408
Safley, Thomas, 432
Rogers, Elizabeth, 166
Rogers, Ruth, 141, 230
Roggeveen, Leonard, 377
Sage, Diane, 216
Sagert, Kristin, 142, 401
Salge, Richard, 86, 427
Rogness, Daniel, 111, 113, 115, 116, 117
Rohret, Elizabeth, 142
Rohret, Ruth, 142, 147
Sall, Thomas, 94
Salome, Ronald, 433
Salsbery, Thomas, 362
Sammis, Stuart, 142
Rohwedder, Ioanne, 349
Roland, Gene, 86, 298
Ruling, Darlene, 166
Ro11ins, Joyce, 408
Rolston, Thomas, 361
Romine, Robert, 94
Ronnebaum, Rosemary, 215, 330
Rooif, Iohn, 385
Rosario, Juan, 142
Sample, Larry, 197
Samuelson, Thomas, 432
Sandage, David, 14.2
Sanders, lean, 142
Sanders, Linda, MJ, 404
Sanders, Vera, 408
Sandler, Ronald, 155
Sarlf, Larrie, 159
Satterly, Sharon, 402, 403
Rosborough, lames, 302, 385
Rose, Louis, 374
Rosebrook, Lee, 88, 142, 218, 222, 365
Roseland, Diane, 163
Roseman, Ioseph, 431
Rosen, Elaine, 219
Rosenbaum, Nancy, 353
Rosenberg, Fredric, 374
Rosenberg, lack, 358
Rosenberg, Ioanne, 155
Rosenberger, lay, 102, 104
Rosenhlatt, Michael, 161
Rosene, Robert, 389
Rosenfeld, Beth, 326
Rosenfeld, Martin, 374
Sauer, Franklin, 120, 124
Saunders, Carl, 123
Saunders, Pamela, 349
Saunders, Stephen, 361
Sausser, Lynne, 346
Savage, David, 243, 365
Savereide, Robert, 142
Sayles, Greer, 238
Saylor, Iames, 111
Sayre, Edwin, 377
Sayre, Ellen, 197
Sayre, Mary, 408
Sayre, William, 213
Schaal, William, 142
Schaal, Frederick, 298
Schaeffer, Dean, 114, 116
Schaefer, jack, 370
Schaetzel, Mary, 208
Schafenacker, judith, 216
Schafer, David, 243, 432
Schafer, Donna, 142, 220
Schafer, john, 111, 117, 11S
Sheff, jeri, 209, 353
Shaffer, Craig, 382
Schafrnth, Randee, 194, 208
Schamp, Steven, 432
Schantz, Mary, 198, 199
Schaper, Donald, 223, 385
Schaper, Ronald, 385
Schapira, Danny, 374
Schapira, David, 374
Schauer, Karma, 165
Schechlinger, Terry, 370
Scheda, john, 213, 314, 377
Scheel, Allen, 361
Seheel, Polly, 142, 147, 416
Scheetz, james, 94
Scheidenltelm, Sarah, 147, 218, 334
Scheihing, Charles, 94
Schenck, Alan, 213, 298, 314, 430, 432
Schenck, Linda, 416
Schenken, john, 366
Scherf, Susanna, 142
Schermerltom, William, 432
Scherubel, Ronald, 94
Scheuber, Richard, 111
Scheuerman, joseph, 381
Schiele, Margaret, 143
Schiff, Andrea, 219
Schiffer, Donald, 374
Schild, Donald, 143, 236, 246, 247
Schiller, Harvey, 423
Schiller, Nancy, 219
Schilling, Karen, 163
Schimmel, Leon, 158
Scltindles, Bruce, 374
Schirm, Robert, 142
Schlaegcl, jule, 142
Schlanger, Elizabeth, 416
Schlapkohl, Danny, 93
Schlegel, Richard, 377
Schleisman, Donald, 386
Schlensig, Linda, 330
Sehley, Donald, 373
Schley, Richard, 373
Schlicher, john, 155, 159
Schlotterback, j., 142, 220
Schmarje, Ronald, 111
Schmeiser, Stephen, 142
Schroeder, Carla, 337
Schroeder, Dennis, 113, 117
Schroeder, Elaine, 342
Schroeder. james. 362
Schroll, David, 194, 393
Schrum, jerry. 142
Schrunk, David, 160
Schuchat, Martin, 385
Schuellce, Dennis, 422
Schuett. Dennis, 94
Schug, Kenneth, 239, 240
Schuh, Paul, 94, BO, 424
Schuiteman, Arlene, 163, 165
Schulenberg, Nancy. 333
Schulte, Germaine, 408
Schulte, james, 12
Schultz, Barhara, 165
Schultz, Gretchen, 216, 345
Schultz, Michael, 433
Schulze, james, 365
Schumacher, Carl, 94, 97
Schumacher, Gary. 243
Schumacher, Stanley, 94
Sehwabbuer, G., 142
Schwartz, judy, 402
Schweiker, Kathryn, 217, 21S
Schweitzer, Harold, 426
Schweitzer, Sandra, 108
Schweppc, john, 218, 420, 428
Schwidder, Arthur, 142
Sehtvidder, jean, 142
Schwiebert, Margery. 216, 400
Schwieger, Barton, 120, 123
Schwirtz. Gregory, 431
Scinta, Sharon, 142
ri, Robert, 213
Carolyn, 163, 329
Sheets, Elton, 247
Sheets, Lawrence, 111, 116
Sheets, Robert, 238, 241, 361
Sheets, Viola, 143
ch, Mary, 143
Slavens, james, 120
Slechta, Ronald, 143, 153
Sleichter, Charles, 377
Sletten, Carol, 341
Slife, Clarence, 390
Slightam, Sally, 1103
Sloan, john, 120, 123
Shellenberger, W., 385
Shepherd, Nancy, 203, 231, 346
Shepley, Brian, 362
Shepley, Richard, 197, 214, 223, 362
Sheridan, Robert, 94, 246
Sheridan, Thomas, 143, 246, 247
Sheriff, Robert, 143, 245, 246, 247
Sherod, David, 143
Sherre, Phyllis, 143, 353
Sheth, Pravin, 217
Scott, Barbara, 100
Scott, james, 425
Scott, john Farrell. 425
Scott, john E.. 157. 159
john Francis, 421
sam? Johan.. 390
Scott, Margaret, 208, 25, 412
Scott, Patricia, 142
Scott, Susan E., 143
Peter, 111. 114
Seaton, jean, 334
Seaton, Terry, 329
Sebben, jack, 159, 320
See, Sherryl, 143
See, Stanley, 361
Sc-elau. Paul, 143
Seely, Linda. 143, 346
Seger, Ann, 406
Seggcrman, Gary, 370
Shidler, George, 143, 361
Shitller, Sue, 100
Shields, Robert. 431
Shimanek, Robert, 123, 218
Shimon, Lynda, 143
Shindler, Elliott, 159
Shipley, William, 160
Shipp, Connie, 404
Shippy, Ronald, 117, 118
Shirk, Gerald, 160
Shirley, Suzanne, 407, 334
Shisler, Vicky, 143
Sltoenthal, Mary, 329
Shogren, Richard, 246,
Shors, Richard, 143
Shortley, Rush, 431
Showers, Susan. 349
Shrauger, Francis, 143,
Shriver, james, 422
Shriver, jay, 123
Shudes, Ronald, 320
Shuey, David, 143
Shulke, Diane, 86, 402, 404
Shullaw, Steven, 377
Shultz, Keevin, 382
Shuminsky, Tim. 369
Shurr, Donald, 298
Sibley, William. 226, 424
Sitlwell, Lloyd, 1-13
Sidwell, Steve, 94, 97, 98
Siegling, james, 226
Siegrist, Gus, 143
Siemers, judith, 143
Siems, Lynette, 143
Siemsen, Randall, 362
Sierk, Donald, 86
Siesseger, jane, 216
Snyder, Edward, 219, 423
Schmid, Ann, 142, 349
Schmid, WWi1liam, 111
Schmidt, Barbara, 415
Schmidt, David, 198, 362
Schmidt, Helen, 326
Schmidt, Lynette, 346
Schmits, Ronald, 168
Schmitt, Neil, 213, 308
Schmitz, Marvin, 432
Schmitz, Peter, 142
Schnede, Brenda, 87, 142, 207, 349
Schnedler, Marcia, 230
Schneider, Albert, 374
Schneider, Allen P., 111
Schneider, Allen R., 421
Schneider, Louis, 365
Schneider, Stephen, 238
Schnoebelen, Suzanne, 354
Sch n yder,
Schoell, Charles, 113
Seifert, William. 111, 114, 116, 117
Seiplc, jeanne, 415
Selby, Herbert, -122
Seligman, Mark. 358
Sellergren. Annette, 410
Sellman, Nickie, 432
Seltzer, Richard, 374
Semler, Charles, 159
Sentman, Kathryn. 143, 20
Serlling, Gerald, 94
Serrahn, Richard. 420, 422
Servison, Roger, 390
Seuferer, Lawrence, 120, 123
Sevatson, Trudy, 143, 147, 242, 329
Severance, Nancy, 408
Seversnn, Allen. 369
Severson, Linda, 242. 334
Severson, Mary, 143. 334
Seymour, Steven. 97, 382
Sigvardt, Karen, 330
Sikma, Robert, 120, 123, 21S
Silbaugh, Barry, 423
Sill, janet, 197, 208, 242. 338
Silton, Marilyn, 353
Simmen, Nancy, 333
Simmers, Samuel, 143, 246
Simmons, Neil, 420, 428
Simmons, Timothy, 385
Simms, Cylde, 246
Simon, james, 104
Simon, jane, 338
Simon, Marilyn, 353
simfmf Neil, asa
Schoenberg, Diane, 142, 214
Schoenhaum, Steven, 374
Schoenfeld, judith, 329
Schoenfelder, joycc, 142
Schoeppner, Melvin, 94, 436
Scholtz, jean, 142
Scholtz, Mary, 408
Schombcrg, Steven, 142, 390
Schooley, Philip, 298
Sehoonover, Sharon, 404
Schott, jane, 142
Schrade, Robert, 419, 428
Schrader, Charles, 142
Schrader, Marion, 382
Schrader, Richard, 426
Schrage, Leon, 142
Schrauer, Erica, 406, 407
Schreiber, Don, 336
Schreiber, julia, 334
Schrody, David, 102, 104
Shabel, Frank, 377
Schacklett, Sharon, 333
, A ,
Shafer, Linda, 163
Shaffer james, 226
Shaffer Terry, 239
Shaner, Kenneth, 239
Shafer, Nancy, 345
Shank, ouis, 122
Shank, Susan, 143. 329
on, Roy, 419, 420
Shapiro, Carolyn. 221, 353
Shapiro, jcllrey, 194, 431
Sharples, Carole, 143
Sharples, Thomas, 104
Shaw, Nanci, 218, 338
Shaw, Patricia, 143
Shay, Robert, 143
Shay, Thomas, 203, 223, 369
Shea, Michael, 86
Simone, Susan, 143
Simons, Douglas, 243
Simonsen, Ann, 341
Slock, james, 143
Slotten, Douglas, 431
Slotten, Marc, 308. 320
Smaha, Leslie, 361
Smalley, Douglas, 369
Smallwood, Thomas, 12
Smedema, David, 124
Smieslco, Patricia, 232
Smith, Alan, 213, 308
Smith, Bette, S7, 143, 341
Smith, Carol, 143
Smith, Carolyn, 87. 143, 147, 338
Smith, David, 362, 422
Smith, Fay, 123, 393
Smith, Gary D., 390
Smith, Gary L.. 143
Smith, Hal, 373
Smith, 1-1-arry, 155
Smith, Howard, 159
Smith, james L., 423
james M, 393
Smith, jerome, 159
john C, 143
john H, 120 123
Smith, joseph, 218, 22
Smith, judith, 166
Smith, judy, 94, 330
Smith, Koen, 150
Smith, Mary K., 337
Smith, Mary Lou, 100
Smith, Mary Lou, 108
Smith, Mary Louise, 143
Smith, Patricia, 193, 214, 242, 341
Smith, Pennie, 231
Smith, Rebecca, 346
Smith, Rex, 373
Smith, Robert C., 1127
Smith, Robert E., 161
Smith, Ronald, 104
Smith, Russell, 385
Smith, Sally, 349
Smith, Sandra G., 353
Smith, Sandra Louella, 143
Smith, Sandra, Louise, 408
Smith, Sandra S., 100
Smith, Sharon, 342
Smith, Sherri, 341
Smith, Sheryl, 333
Smith, Stanley, 143
Smith, Stephen jack, 386
Smith, Stephen james, 143
Smith, Vern, 426
Smith, William B., 361, 424
Smith, William L.,
Smith, William S., 98, 124
Smith, Zane, 365
Smithers, jerold, 143
Smits, Robert, 155
Smolin, Robin-Lee, 149, 229, 353
Smothers, Terry, 238
Smrha, Ron, 143, 153
Smythe, Terry, 369
Snavely, Keith, 246
Snelson, jelirey, 385
Snitltey, Richard, 238, 431
Snyder, john, 389
Snyder, Mary, 144
Snyder, Wallace, 123
Simpson, Gary, 298
Sincox, Patricia, 218, 354
Sindt, Deborah, 416
Singer, Alan, 161
Singerman, Robert, 308
Sinn, Douglas, 143
Sinn, Steven, 382
Siorelt. Terry, 213
Sislc, Kathryn, 143
Sissel, Dewey, 94
Sissel, Donna, 416
Skarda, jarnes, 420
Skare, Samuel, 373
Sltarshaug, Donna, 337
Skogmo, Cassandra, 408
Skompa, Edwin, 101, 143, 420, 424
Slater, Nancy, 402
Slatin, Ronald, 151
Snyder, William, 124
Soderherg, Stephen, 144
Solen, james, 226, 430
Sojl-ca, Rosemary, 166
Solclofslty, Marcella, 144
Sollazzo, Brian, 351
Solomon, Michael, 232, 238
Somers, james, 377
Somodi, Richard, 298
Sondrol, Susan, 198, 199, 207, 242, 345
Sonen, Barbara, 144, 150, 329
Songcr, Caron, 144
Sonksen, Craig, 144
Sonnenberg, Fred, 151
Sorensen, Donald, 313, 390
Sorensen, judith, 330
Sorensen, Karen, 330
Sorensen, Linda, 349
Sorenson, David, 11111
Soudan, Robert, 14-1
Soukup, George, 98, 192, 218
Soults, Sandra, 403
Soults,, Susan, 144, 349
Spain, Richard, 94, 98, 239. -131
Sparlin, Michael, 362
Spaulding, Gail, 144
Specht, David, 123, 373
Specht, Elizabeth, 2211
Speed, Carolyn, 230
Speedy, Ronald, lll
Speer, Iohn, 111
Spencer, Carolyn, 341
Spencer, David, 144
Spencer, Mary, 218, 220, 231. 342
Spencer, Reid, 381
Spencer, Richard, 389
Spencer, Sandra, 416
Spersllage, Arnold, 1011
Sperry, Iohn, 203, 107
Sperry, Rebecca, 14-4
Spicer, Douglas, 107
Spieker, Lavola, 215
Spigener, Iames, '
Spina, Gary, 116, 117
Spormann, Susan, 144
Spragg, Iohn, 429
Sprague, Iohn, 120, 123
Sprague, Iuclith, 144, 333
Sprengelmeyer, V., 120. 122
Sprinkle, Larry, 226
Sprousc, Christine, 4115
Sprout, Randy, 382
Spurgeon, Patricia, 346
Staliord, Phoebe, 216. 219
Stage, Sarah, 87, 144, 199, 333
Stahle, Galen, 158
Stake, Diane, 415
Stamer, Constance, 218, -116
Stamos, George, 390
Stampe, Ioyce, 144
Stampl, Susan, 144
Standeler, Ioan, 338
Stange, Robert, 422
Stanley, Itla, 338
Stanley, Lyle, 424
Starbttck, Cheryl, 337
Stark, Ruth, 163
Stark, Thomas, 433
Starkopl, Sandra, 149, 229,
Starks, Celia, 144, 199
Starks, Marilyn, 1107
Starr, james, 94, 97, 213, 239
Starr, Thomas, 422
Steams, Dale, -123
Stearns, David, 155
Stcch, Nancy, 416
Steckling, Marlene, 144
Stee, Harlan, 243
Steelman, Iames, 144
Steelman, Iohn, 231, 425
Steelman, Kenny, 386
Steenhoek, Preston, 120, 123
Steffe, Shirley, 403
Steger, Iohn, 102, 107
Stcgrnan, Pamela, 336
Steig, Randolph, 423
Steil, Mark, 4311
Stein, Norman, 237
Stein, Robert, 238, 241, 242
Steinbeck, Karen, 216.
Stek, Marcia, 166
Stclk, Susan, 407
Stelpilug, john, 365
Stelter, Larry, 433
Stempel, Reid, 104, 144
Stewart, Iohn, 216
Stewart, Keith, 157, 159
Stewart, Mark, 393
Stewart, Mary, 163
Stewart, Richtirtl, 432
Stewart, Stephen, 160
Stewart, William, 373
Stick, james, 382
Stirlwell, Walter, 102, 104
Stimmel, Sandra, 166
Stinard, Roger, 153
Stirler, Sharon, 144
Stitt, Michael, 158
Stock, David, 230, 238, 241, -120 -126
Stockmar. Kathleen, 94
Stoeber. Wayne, 98
Stofer, Linda, 329
Stoker, Ioyce, 349
Stoker, julie, 341
Stoker, Sally, 345, 400
Stokstatl, Arden, 319, 320
Stolcstad, Richard, 319, 355
Stoller, Richard, 144, 374
Stoltenberg, Clyde, 424
Stoltz, Carlie, 416
Stoltz, Gail, 209, 412
Stone, Pamela, 353
Stone, Theodore, 122
Stone, Thomas, 88, 123, 190, 213
Stoner, Dennis, 377
Stoner, Ronald, 104
Stopulos, Iamcs, 223, 385
Storey, Derek, 423
Stouler, Richard, 361
Stout, Dale, 144
Stotttner, Clil1'ord, 379
Stoutner, Icilrey, 144, 379
Stowe, Andrea, 144
Stenby, Rosalyn, 209
r, Helen, -'107
Stepanek, Bemard, 144
Stepharti, Iudith, 147, 330
Stephens, Antoinette, 345
Stephens, Thomas, 379
Stephenson, Martha, 407
Sterba, William, 420
Kathleen , 144
Stetzel, Barry, 430
Stevenson, Dorothy, 349
Stevenson, William, 386
Steward, William, 86
Stewart, Cynthia, 230
Stewart, Ellen, 341
Stewart, Gary, 362
Strait, Iudith, 144
Strang, Dennis, 144
Strand, Ianiee, 155
Strasser, Gregory, 1122
Strate, Sylvia, 144
Stratton, Monty, 120
Straumanis, Iuris, 102, 107
Strauss, Richard, 319, 374
Street, Kathryn, 330
Streit, Charles, 144
Streiby, James, 390
Streiby, Iane, 337
Streil, David, 373
Streif, Iohn, 379
Strobach, William, 9-1, 98
Stroeber, Cheryl, 346
Strohm, Phillip, 385
Strombeck, Iames, 361
Stromley, James, lll
Stroope, Thomas. 94, 239, 424
Strother, Bruce, 144
Strum, Barry, 144, 246
Struyk, Curtis, 159
Stuart, Carl, 194. 366
Stuart, Victoria, 414, 416
Stuher, William, 245, 247
Stocker, Richard, 232
Stuepfert, Kathleen, 330
Stumbaugh, Bruce, 102, 107
Stumme, Dianna, 334
Stump, Sandra, 163, 165
Stupka, Vlasta, 105, 326
Sturdcvant, Celeste, -104
Sturgeon, Ioyce, 412
Sturges, Stephen, 362
Sturm, Joseph, 194, 3711
sum, Jill, 416
Sulek, jean, 194. 218, 334
Sullivan, Gayle, 333
Sullivan, Iulienne, 219
Sullivan, Virginia, 144, 416
Sumkrt, Russell, 385
Summerwill, Kristin, 203
Sundberg, Dale, 111, 113, 116, 117
Sunderbruclt, Arthur, 369
Supingcr, Mary, 329
Suter, Cynthia, 144, 150
Suzuki, Michael, 431
Svendsen, Reinert, 155
Svoboda, Ruth, 144
Swailes, Hazel, 144
Swaim, Basil, 94, 97
Swain, Gary, 420
Swallom, Daniel, 117, 425
Swanson, Alan, 144
Swanson, Gene, 155
Siva nso n
tact 144, ms, 335
Swanson: Joel: 123
Swanson, Iohrt, 144, 160
Swanson, Lnrene, 144, 349
Swanson, Lynn, 151
Swanson, Virgil, 98, 101
Swartzendruber, Iames, 9-1
Swartzendruber, K., 94
Sweet, Carol, 341
Sweet, William, 155
Sweeting, Barbara, 163
Cherie, 168, 170
Swenson, Iohn, 243, 422
Swenson, Sara, 144, 219
Swift, Iames, 385
Swisher, Randall, 194, 203, 215, 393
Swoifortl, Margaret, 326
Swope, Malin, 153
Sybesrna, Stuart, 161
Sykes, Susan, 410
Synhorst, Robert, 314. 377
Szabo, Steve, 311, -124
Taafle, Kathryn, 86, 165, 242
Tabach, Brian, 353
Talbott, Lona, 144
Talcott, Robert, 239
Tamse, jean, 403
Tan, Alvin, 120
Tangren, Frank, 202, 239, 419, 420
Tanita, Clyde, 238
Tatalc, Victor, 111
Tauber, Thomas, 427
Taxy, Mitchell, 430
Threlltelcl, Ianice, 407
Throckmorton, Tom, E, 389
Tihbitts, Beverly, 145, 147
Tice, 1-Villiarn, 379
Tidrick, Rebecca, 145
Tietleman, john, 390
Tiernan, Stephen, 113, 116, 311
Tii1any, NVil1iam, 369
Timko, Barry Russell, 238, 370
Timmerman, Rosealice, 199
Tindal, Steve, 428
Tinker, Barbara, 326
Tinsley, William, 26, 423
Tjarks, lrleyd, 102, 107
Tohiason, Robert, 94, 98
Tnerber, Erwin, 111, 113, 116
Toerher, Garry, 94, 99
Toft, Donald, 107
Tolantl, Trevor, 145, 239, 241,
Tom, David, 238, 241, 422
Tomhave, Robert, 145
Tumkc, Craig, 386
Tornpras. George, 246, 298
Toms, Helen, 215, 330
Tonelli, Janice, 232
Toner, Michael, 152, 153, 179
Toney, Beatrice, 403
Tonn, Gene, 107
Toohill, Ieanne, 145
Toomey, Kenton, 426
Toon, Richard, 389
Torbert, Thomas, 145
Torgerson, Susan, 330
Tornahane, joseph, 145
Touch, Michael, 231
Toussaint, David, 243, 421
Tovson, Renee, 404
Towell, Ronald, 94, 386
Taylor, Ellen, 150, 207, 21, 342
Taylor, Gary, 246, 247, 393
Taylor, lane M., 144, 147, 216, 333
Taylor, Richard, 433
Taylor, Terrell, 432
Taylor, Virgil, 361
Taylor, VVayne, 123
Teague, Ianet, 329
Teal, Michael, 428
Teberg, Dale, 311
Tehrugge, Herman, 170, 393
Teeple, Don, 361
Tegland, Beverly, 408
Telenson, Peter, 373
Michele, 203, -104
Temple, Ellery, 365
Templer, John, 393
Tener, Ann, 163, 230
Theis, Michael, 144
Thele, Carl, 94
Thie, Charles, 104
Thiele, Richard, 298, 390
Thielen, Mary, 338
Thielen, Susan, 338
Thiesen, Judith, 163, 156
Thomas, james, 382
Thomas, jay, 390
Thomas, Iill, 216
Thomas, Kathleen, 329
Thomas, Michael, 107
Thomas, Michael I,, 144, 198, 199,
Thompson, Barbara. 163, 334
Thompson, Dale, 311
Thompson, Elizabeth, 144
Thompson, Elvin, 145, 245, 246, 247
Thompson, Iames, 145
Thompson, joseph, 245, 246, 247
Towle, Stephen, 158
Towle, Virginia, 337
Townsend, Dewayne, 151
Townsend, Orville, 145, 298, 31
Trachsel, Earl, 423
Tracy, Boyd, 120, 1123
Traut, Lynn, 145
Steven, 145, 222, 366
Treiehel, Edward, 94
Trickler, Ralph, 94, 97
, Daniel, 107
, Ursula, 415
Tripp, Cynthia, 145
Tripp, Toni, 396
Trust, Sharyn, 153
Truelsen, Stewart, 362
Truhlar, Barbara, 415
Trummel, Barbara, S6
Trummel, Elizabeth, 145
Trunnell, james, 430
Trunnell, Susan, 163
Trussell, lane, 145, 242, 337
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Tsttkamoto, Marilyn, 30, 400
Tuchscher, Flora, 416
Tucker, Earl, 151
Tucker, Frank, 423
Tucker, Robert, 94, 97, 98
Tucker, Terry, 421
Tucker, William, 320
Tucker, Yale, 374
Tulfree, Daniel, 361
Tully, Clifford, 390
Tulty, Terry, 153
Tullis, Bruce, -131
Turk, Pamela, 153, 165
1, Katharine, 408
Thompson, Kathleen, 341
Thompson, Norman, 430
Thompson, Pamela, 349
Thompson, Polly, 330
Thompson, Robert E., 199, 218, 225, 231
Thompson, Robert O., 390
Thompson, Ronald, 94
Thompson, Shawn, 386
Thompson, Stephen, 226
Thomson, Paula, 354
Thomson, Ruth, 208, 412
Thoresnn, Ioseph, 160
Thorius, jerry, 238, 241, 420, 422
Thornton, Ierry, 94
Thorp, Eric, 86
Thorsbakken, Kathleen, 20
Twedt, Arlen, 94
Twerlt, Iulie, 329
Twit, Arnie, 145
Tyler, Kenneth, 389
Tyler, Mark, 159
Tyler, Paul, 123
Ucman, Ioseph, 145
Uecla, Tsuyoshi, 217, 433
Uhlcnberg, Flora, 407
Underhill, Warren, 428
Underkoiler, Janice, 342
Underkoiler, Richard, 145, 390
Unglauhe, larnes, 151
Unz, Richard, 365
Updegrall, Barbara, 330
Updegrail, James, 122, 246
Upltam, Ronald, 111
Upson, Sandra, 86, 209, 337
Urban, Russell, 373
Usinowicz, Paul, 298
Utroska, Karen, 406
Utsinger, Don, 377
Uze, Barton, 374
Vztlen, Ruth, 166
Valenta, Iames, 94
Valentine, lean, 86, 147, 230, 408
Van Arkcl, Eldon, 243, 431
Van Buren, Fay, 145
Van Cleve, I., 319
Van Sickle, Harold, 421
Sickle, Larry, 370
Weelden, Verna, 166
Voss, Gary, 361
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Wagner, Cheryl, 218, 404
NVagner, janet, 403
Wagner, Karen, 338, 407
Wagner, Vicki, 163, 165, 30
Wagner, Virgil, 97
Wahl, Mary, 163
VVait, Curtis, 155
Walden, Carolyn, 1115
Walk, Daryl, 145
Walk, Philip, 98
Walker, Bruce, 365
Walker, Donald, 94
Walker, Elaine, 415
Walker, Iohn, 381
Walker, Leland, 320
Walker, Mark, 370
Walker, Paul, 382
Willoughby, Susan, 230
Van Zee, Carolyn, 221, 337
Vandegarde, Larry, 155
Vandekamp, jerry, 245, 246, 247
Vander Hoek, Harold, 107
Vander Maten, Larry, 381
Vander Wilt, Darlo, 145
Vander Zwaag, B., 424
Vantlermeer, Janette, 326
Vamlerploeg, jean, 346
VVa1ker, Stephen, 366
Walker, Susan, 216, 346
Wall, David, 155
Wall, Kevin, 238, 424
Wallace, Scott, 431
Wallace, Stewart, 247, 365
Wallen, Sheryl, 163
Wallenstein, Roger, 320
Vanderpol, Nancy, 163
Vanderscltaal, Harlan, 112
Vzmdcrschoor, Leroy, 97
Vandewalle, Curtis, 298
Vandusseldorp, Ion, 88, 182
Vanek, James, 145
Vanhcel, Patricia, 87, 11-15, 329
Vanorsdcl, Robert, 373
Vanoverbeke, Ianct, 145
Vansant, Robert, 112, 114
Vansyckle, Channice, 145
Vanv1ack,Iur.1ith, 145, 147, 199, 3
Vardaman, Phillip, 366
Varner, Carlton, 194, 218, 366
Varnum, Thomas, 430
Vasey, Jane, 349
Vavroch, Duane, 238
Vedder, Sheila, 100
Veenhuizcn, Beatrix, 407
Veit, Cordelia, 145
Veldey, john, 123
Vcldman, Anton, 246
Venet, Cheryl, 219
Venik, 1-larry, 302
Vergamini, Robert, 370
Verhelsel, Mary, 326
Vemtazen, Ardis, 145, 147
Vermcdahl, David, 390
Yermcilahl, Vicki, 145
Verploegh, David, 381
Versman, Kenneth, 198, 199,
Versteeg, john, 145, 195
Vespa, Iohn, 381
Vest, Kirby, 365
Vestle, Patricia, Sw
Vetter, Barbara, 230
Vetter, Claudia, 416
Vetter, Nancy, 230
Vickerman, Ioan, 163
Vickery, Robert, 366
Victor, Nancy, 145
Victorine, Carolyn, 334, 407
Viclo, Elvio, 432
Vierkant, Mary, 326
Vietmcier, Mary, 209
Vigen, Douglas, 145
Villers, Vivian, 1112
Villmont, Victor, 424
Walling, Richard, 425
Wallrich, Christina, 210, 326
Walmth, Michael, 421
Walslon, Steven, 145, 239
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Wampler, Robert, 160
Wungberg, David, 94
XVBIl1CCf1,13lTlCS, 155, 159
Warbasse, Steven, 243, 432
Ward, Iellrey, 382
Ward, Ierry, 94, 424
Ward, Pamela, 334
Ward, Peggy, IOS
Ward, Ted, 97, 423
Warden, Barbara, 1415
Warner, George, 124
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Waskow, Tlmmas, 104
Wasson, Sandra, 164, 165
Waterman, jay, 145
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Watlmn, Nlicltael, 373
Watson, James L., 104
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NVax, S1-iarlyn, 345
Waxenherg, Iames, 374
Wraxenberg, William, 194, 218, 393
Way, Allen, 390
Way, Robert, 102, 104
Wayner, Martha, 232
Weaver, Bari, 354
Weaver, Iames, 425
Weaver, Ieanne, 1-15
Weaver, Iohn, 120
Weaver, Kathleen, 338
Weaver, Margaret, 333, 415
Weaver, Mary, 346
Vkleaver, Nancy, 216, 333
Webb, James, 145
Webb, Iudith, 341
Webber, Elizabeth, 85, 341
Webber, Margaret, 333
Wilken, Dennis, 88, 1.15, 157, 160
Vincent, Gaylord, 382
Vitu, Steven, 373
Vitt, Linda, 334
Vlack, Robert, 107
Vlcko, Elizabeth, 401
Voge, Allen, 145
Vogt, Roger, 145
Voigts, Ierry, 115, 116
Volberding, Ioan, 403
Weber, jennifer, 412
Weede, Nick, 94
Wegner, Dennis, 239, 320
Weicker, janet, 330
Weidlein, Carolynn, 403
Weidler, Allen, 182
Weiner, Paulette, 219
Weiner, Sharon, 194, 353
Weirathcr, Ted, 427
Voldseth, Nels, 218, 421
Vollbecr, Fred, 94, 97
Vollmar, Patricia, 108, 109
Vonahsen, Gary, 116
Vondran, Pamella, 337
Vorhes, Gary, 145
Weis, Linda, 147, 218, 242, 3
Weiss, Dennis, 390
Weiss, Gary, 353
Weiss, Lynn, 194, 29, 353
Weissinger, Timothy, 377
Welch, Iohn, 377
W'elch, VVa rd, 112
Weldon, Robert, 115, 116, 117, 218
Weller, Kenneth, 145
Weller, Terry, 422
Wellik, jerry, 146, 370
Wells, Ioan, 146
Wells, Iohn, 104
VVe11s, Peter, 145, 236, 239, 240, 241
Wclt, Anthony, 146
Weller, Bonnie, 146,
VVelter, Charles, 94
Vvlendel, Iames, 423
Wendel, Iamie, 416
Wendt, Ronald, 146, 198, 239
Wengert, Anthony, 422
VVenthe, Craig, 421
Wentworth, Ellen, 216, 415
Wentz, Clinton, 155
Wercsch, William, 94, 97
VVer11an, Carol, 152
Wert, lrlal, 146
Wertzberger, David, 94
Wesley, Ronald, 424
Wessels, james, 146, 159
VVest, Betsy, 146, 147, 399
West, Richard, 146
West, Stephen, 231, 369
Wcstercamp, Stephen, 146
Westfall, Dolores, 342
Westfall, Iohn, 112
Weston, Clarence, 239, 298
VVestphal, Bmce, 146
Westphal, Marlin, 146
VVewerka, Case, 429, 430
VVha1en, Molly, 345
Whaley, Wanda, 164, 165
Wheatley, Richard, 425
Wheeler, Ianice, 349
VVheeler, Iolln, 146, 370
Whelan, Francis, 155, 161
Wherry, C., 369
Whisnant, Iohn, 377
Whitacre, Tummy, 112
Whitacre, Vaiva, 146
NV11itaker, Gary, 156, 246, 247
White, Andrea, 146, 333
W'11ite, Arlyn, 94
White, Charlotte, 95
White, David, 302, 356
NV1tite, George, 362
White, Ira, 425
NVhite, Iellrey, 194, 370
White, joseph, 155
White, Leonard, 117, 246
White, Timothy, 123
White, William, 432
Whitehouse, Iohn, 146
Whitehouse, Ioseph, 86, 215, 218, 226
Whileis, Richard, -127
Whiting, Linda, 147
Whiting, Ronald, 123
Whitman, Barton, 390
Whitmore, Wayne, 318
Whitney, Terry, 365
Whittemore, David, 102, 104
Widmer, David, 146
Widner, Melvin, 112
VViebe, Richard, 429, 431
Wiebener, Candace, 216, 3-12
Wiebold, Stanley, 95
Wieczorek, Lawrence, 311
Wiese, Marlin, 95
Wicse, William, 95
Wilbanks, Martha, 230
Wilbanks, Robert, 112, 116, 117, 1
Wilber, Diana, 108, 109. 416
W'il1Jer, Robert, 361
Wilcox, J., 362
Wilcox, Thomas, 377
Wildblood, Lynn, 379
Wilde, John, 422
Wilde, Susan, 145
Wilder, Clillorrl, 298
Wiley, Mary, 194
Willzite, Charles, 219
Wilken, Sarah, 108, 109, 146, 337
Wilker, Wanda, 146
Wilkinson, Ellen, 108, 109
Willadsen, Sandra, 408
Willard, Charlotte, 146
Willer, Karen, 164
Willer, Kent, 104
Willett, John, 120, 122
Willett, Max, 431
VViIley, Iulia, 338
Vlfilley, Susan, 164
Willey, Wythe, 123, 218
, Anthony, 298
Williams, Bobbie, 427
Williams, Cheryl, 216, -103
Williams, Christopher, 145
Williams, Derrick, 146, 239, 24
, Edward, 243
, Gerald, 107
Williams, Gilmore, 365
Williams, Gordon, 370
VVilliams, Iames, 146
Williams, John, 298
Willimm, joseph, 124
Williams, Lynn, 342
Williams, Patricia, 145
Williams, Stephen, 3612
Williams Sue, 415
Williams, Susan, 108
Vllillinms, Timothy, 362
Williams, Virginia, 242, 346
Williamson, Kathryn, 2125, 410
, Lewis, 370
Williamson, Michael, 373
Williamson, Nile, 373
, Philip, 219, 389
Wilson, Craig, 98, 423
Wilson, Dawn, -107
VVi1son, George, 107
Wilson, James B., 95, 302, 320
Wilson, James D., 159
Wilson, James N,, 386
Wilson, James R., 427
Wilson, James Russell, 386
Wilson, Laurie, 208
Wilson, Linda, 164
Lyn ne, 406
Wilson, Mark, 389
1fVi1son, Norris, 218
Wilson Stephen, 366
Wilson, Susan, 3129
Wilson, Thomas, 160
VVilson, Timothy, 369
Wilson, Timothy R., 425
Wilson, Victor, 155
Wilson, Wayne, 365
VVi1tshire, Robert, 232, 361
VVinborn, Solveig, 95
VVinegardncr, William, 95
Wingerl, Gail, 164, 3411
Winick, Allred, 120
NVink1cr, Margaret, 224
Winner, Ionathan, 155
Winnett, Don, 389
Winter, Susan, 330
Wintercflcl, Robert, 146
Winterfielcl, Amelia, 404
XVirt11, Gloria, 408
VVir1z, Eli, 95
Wirtz, Harolcl, 222, 377
Wise, Bobbie, 146
VViser, Pamela, 230
VVishart, Iames, 431
Witt, Darrell, 155
Wilt, Rosemary, 164
Witte, Anne, 146
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VVitte, Donald, 117, 386
VVo11l, Ronda, 353
Wohlleil, Alan, 1413
YVojcikiewicz, Iames, 298
Wolf, Benny, 358
Wolfe, Iames, 428
Wolfe, Ieanette, 146
VVol1'e, Mary, 86
Wolfe, Michael, 379
Wolfe, Roger, 423
VVol1'e, Ronald, 238, 241
VVolken, Stanley, 210
Wolken, Stephen, 137, 158, 218
Wolken, Sue, 146, 147, 218
Wollock, Edward, 197
Woloski,, Randall, 215, 393
Wombacher, Walter, 219
Wong, Byron, 420, 421
Wood, Richard, 199
Wood, Ronald, 365
Wood, Stephen, 115, 116, 117
NVuod. William, 243
VVuud1Jury, Robert, 314, 379
XVnodcoc1c, Sally, 150, 342
1Vuod11ouse, Alan, 107
1rVondhu9c, Gary, 331
VVunrls, Cheryl, 404
1rVuods, David, 146
Xkfumls, Frances, 349
Worlds, Van Wayne, 373
1Vtfro1cry, Inn, 245
1rVm,i11'011'i, Betty. 231
Wnolfolk, Bruce, 104
NVoo1sey, Nancy, 108, 337
XVuon, Eden Yi-Teng. 1115
XVork, Iohn, 379
XVorkman, jcruld, 107
VVorm1ey, lean, 164
XVorre11, Katherine, 333
Vlfnrsley, David, 3612
1fVratis1uw, Merle, 115
NVrigh1, Candace, 24, 410
Xvfiglll, Douglas, 369
XVrigh1, Iohn, 369
Susan, 121, 3126
1Vuhhcna, Robert, 1112. 115. 116, 117.
VVu1f, Dale, 161
Wtrli, NVi11iam, 112, 117
Vlfunder, Gene, 97, 218
Wunder, Iohn, 213, 419, 42
VVundcr1ic11, Thomas, 168, 170
VVunn, Sharon. 146
Wylie, Randall, 218
VVynja, David, 369
Wyse, Christian, 107
Yantis, Rebecca, 146
Yarrington, Gary, 107
Yates, Bruce. 379
Yazman, Thomas, 374
Yeager, David, 146
Yctter. Suzanne, 100, 216
Yvconi, Daniel. 314
Yoder, Cindy, 242, 345
Yoder, Dale, 168
Yoder, Ermu, 1154, 165
Yoder, Gregory, 3155
Yohu, Rebecca, 210
YoumauS, Mary, 4113
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Judith, 86, 337
Younggrcn, Mary, 342
Ynuogquist, Henry, 146, 390
Zabin, Harold, 1120, 123
Zagcr, VVil1iam, 112, 116, 117, 11S
Zamansky, Iris. 353
Zanios, Jamie, 377
Zawistnski, Edward, 151
Zeiger, Vicki, 29, 353
Zieg. Mary, 103, 109
Ziegler, Kenton, 214, 215, 241, 239,
Ziesman, Charlotte, 404
Zimmer, Van, 390
Zimmerman, Avin, 146
Zinn, Ierry, 146
Ziolkowski, Robert, 298, 320
Zisko, Thomas, 421
Zrrxolek, Douglas, 98, 101
Zook, Donald, 146, 157
Zortman, NVi11iam, 430
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