University of Michigan - Michiganensian Yearbook (Ann Arbor, MI)

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I I ' ..... fev,, .... ' .,. THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN AT ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN ichigan her three dimensions height Stretching up into the yellow and blue is the new Haven. Offices of the oracles; a place for casual chats, serious conferences, and occasion- al coffee. Frequented but not inhabited by stu- dents, the tower retains a slight cast of ivory. breadth ? It 4 i i r . 1 I HI! I I 1 : . I ' ! The Hill embraces five dormitories that run the gamut in architecture and occupants. The Hill embraces small-towers and main-liners. The Hill Embraces freshmen and foreign students. The Hill embraces a world within her walls. M I | I " i depth - . The Michigan Marching Band presents the ex- tra ordinary in the extracurricular. Football fanatics become band enthusiasts avidly absorb- ing precision performances of music and move- ment. Here is depth of color, depth of pride. Who come to Michigan to achieve academic heights have chosen well : the elevations are here. Even those who approach with less serious intent find they too attain new stature, if un- wittingly, pressured by the competition of climbing a curve. iving W Prior to claiming status as a University resident, community and family life have pretty firmly moulded a student ' s living- habits. But the converging and unpredictable demands of group living at Michigan shatter the patterns, broadening his sphere. A Michigan student has vast opportunity to delve beyond living and learning. Participation in the activities and traditions of college life will deepen his experience, giving a new di- mension to a personality shaped and tempered by the University. 9 g g learning I Mason Hall land of the Lit where faculty endeavor to foster maturity in understanding, judgment in apprecia- tion; wh ere students learn to apply the past experiences of mankind for the betterment of society and the individual. LITERATURE SCIENCE AND THE ARTS The means of education shall forever be encouraged. 13 I Pillared tradition and glass-fronted contemporary are linked by a passageway which is better utilizedformeditationorconversationthansimplyasthe shortest distance between two lectures. Ten minutes between classes leaves little time for coffee or completing the assignment for the next class, but fresh air does help harrassed perspectives. 14 " We do have a section that meets Tuesday, Thurs- day, and Saturday at eight. " You can thwart registration frustration just change your last name twice a year with the rotation system. Located on the main floor of Angell Hall, the Hopwood Room is an integral yet informal part of every English major ' s erratically scheduled career. The atmos- phere is literary, the furniture comfortable. Both conditions are favorable to re- laxed reading of the latest reviews, or to catching up on departmental attractions. 15 IP Framed against a striking background of snow-capped alluvial fans, eager geology students take to the proverbial hills seeking know- ledge in general, fossils in particular. Equipped with genuine un- breakable hammers, they slowly make their way up to the icy wall of the Grand Ledge Gravel Pit. A two-way trip via University bus. - , rt n ir Who thinks that he shall ever see a botany student without a tree? Clutching notebooks and clippers, botany lab sections perenially field-trip the campus in search of common trees with Latin names and complicated descriptions. Returning with fist-fulls of wilting leaves, they later learn that the most staid oak has its sex problems. 16 . - - local natior Election night at the University television station. Weeks in advance, the staff familiarized themselves with the national picture in order to broadcast complete coverage and analysis. Here is a professional devotion developed in an atmosphere of tension and teamwork. Here is practical and artistic experience within the Lit School where students bring the University to over half a million people in Michigan. Born and bred under closely controlled conditions in the Mason Hall experimental psych lab, rats run through mazes suffering bumped noses and electric shocks, but are happy in revealing important factors in learning that will implement scientific investigation. To really know and appreciate art, one must be continually exposed to it. This often entails virtually taking up resi- dence at Alumni Memorial Hall for a more detailed study of color and line. 17 As executive director of the American Council of Learned Societies, Dr. Charles E. Odegaard, the youngest dean ever to head the Lit- erary College of the University of Michigan, brings to the Uni- versity his extensive knowledge and experiences in the field of hu- manities and the liberal arts. Zoo 38 has much to offer a student besides four hours credit in natural sci- ence. Other than a glimpse into the mysteries of peck-order and protective inhibitions, a student may listen to Marston Bates, a man of unique wit, extensive education and renowned reputation in his field. Dr. Bates is now writing the greatest book since THE NATURE OF NATURAL HISTORY. Diversity of Greatness Characterizes Its Faculty 18 ' Dr. Hazel Losh, assistant professor of astronomy, takes an avid interest in personal as well as celestial relationships. Former students will testify that her memory for names is nothing short of phenomenal. Supplied with students who are demanded by various curriculums to absorb the complexities of economic theory, Professor Shorey Peterson effectively stresses the social implications of economics. Student interest in Russian History may be attributed to Professor Lobanov-Rostovsky in addition to the inter- national situation. To the class he brings wit, charm and narrative delivery of the course which he animates with rare spontaneity and polysyllabic names. ' fit IBO MT. Noted for his energetic lectures, steeltrap wit, genuine personality and deep sincerity, Professor of English Bennett Weaver teaches literature to prepare his students for life instead of blue-books. Taking the hide off a student may be part of the process, but his only aim is to get that student to think for himself and become alive. Though a stickler on class attendance, he ' s a pushover for an old arrowhead or George Goebel. Cutting records for use in the language laboratory is Professor Otto Graf, chairman of the German Department, who has promoted the oral method of foreign language study on campus. . 20 When the sun proves too strong a rival for the rigidity of the classroom, a professor may be persuaded to hold forth on the green. He may even suggest it himself. Author of TOPOGRAPHY OF MANIFOLDS, Raymond Louis Wilder is Research Professor of Mathematics and Research Mathematician in the Engineering Research Institute. Professor Max Loehr, expert in Far Eastern Art, is known to his students for his charm, continental demeanor and amazing knowledge of languages. 21 or ENGINEERING Epoch of the Engine . - : ' . 22 .r. Founded to supplement the literary curriculum, over a century ago. the Engineering College has developed a short shirted, khaki-clad personality of its own. Her stu- dents, pledged to the honor code and the academic dog- mas of logic and experimentation, emerge, however, into a world where supposition and conventions affect even the engineer. ()l)tained as surplus property from the government after World War II, Willow Run, one of the nation ' s largest commercial airports, is a center for University research in aeronautical engineering. The resources of the Engineering College are employed in advanced research as well as in teaching. The results of complicated tests, some of which require as many as 1500 hours, make valuable contri- butions to man ' s quest for better living. 24 n is t i in The analyses of chemical and metallurgical manufacturing processes in the unit operations laboratory are applied in design- ing machinery and devising in- dustrial techniques for greater efficiency. Forming a nucleus for further development on the 350-acre North Campus, the Phoenix Memorial Laboratory and accompanying nuclear reactor provide facilities for atomic energy research. Financed by alumni donations, the promise of the continuing project to harness atomic power for humanity, lies not only in what has been accom- plished, but in what will be achieved in the future. T . . . Utilizing all available science, experience or judgement to arrive at the best practical solution Often meeting at night, while undergraduates feverishly cram in homework and entertainment, senior and graduate seminars offer opportunities to obtain employment information from resource persons drawn from industry. When he has mastered the essentials, the engineer faces his greatest challenge developing and applying his knowledge to fulfill the needs of humanity. )n Left: Dr. George Granger Brown, Edward DeMille Campbell University Professor of Engineering, was appointed dean of the College of Engineering in 1951. Middle: Interested in social health and welfare, Dr. Ferdinand X. Menefee, professor of engineering mechanics, was instrumental in the establishment of University Health Service. Right : Assistant professor of electrical engineering, Dr. Henry J. Gomberg serves as assistant director of the Michi- gan Memorial-Phoenix Project. Although a West Engine bulletin board cannot rival the D.O.B. for complete coverage of campus events, publicity chairmen vie for space and atten- tion in posting their notices. 27 -. esWfWWWWW- V I - 8, , . - r .- . ' . V, ' - . . -U ; 3T ' Civil engineering students, framed in the tripod of the sextant, measure the height of campus landmarks a famil- iar sight most any time of year. To the visitor on campus, the 360-foot naval tank offers a weird ride on its observa- tion platform. For the Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineer- ing, the tank is a unique laboratory for teaching ship design and construction and for research; but to Joey the goldfish, who is undisturbed by scientific experi- ments, the mammoth tank is home. Mathematics and drawing are the languages of engineering. Quantitative meas- urement explains and verifies existing principles and supplies the foundations for research. After its conception, the birth of an idea occurs in its graphic translation on the drawing board. m Business Administration students here congregate for literature dealing with all phases of business. Others come for the fine lighting, comfortable chairs and an expansiveness that lends a sense of freedom to a rather confining activity. Bl c. 30 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Caveat Emptor! 31 I The Bureau of Industrial Relations Library which this year celebrates twenty years of service to labor unions and companies throughout the nation, was the second reference collection of industrial relations materials to be estab- lished in the country. Left: Available to the entire campus, the battery of automatic calculators in the statistics laboratory of the Business Administration School is used to solve advances accounting and statistical problems. Biz Ad students coffee-down at Gokenbach ' s along with architects and lawyers. In solemn tribute to the service, lawyers have immortalized " Goke ' s " in mock trial movie. 32 A distinguished author and teacher, Russel A. Stevenson, dean of the School of Business Administration, has served as director of the Employment Stabilization Research Institute and as consult- ant on business economics for the Michigan Planning Commission. Functional modern design stretches up to meet the needs of the modern student of business administration. Besides the spacious classrooms and library, this nine-story structure offers ample room for statistics and accounting laboratories, research and staff officers. 33 . . . Here is provided an appreciation of the position of businessmen in the social order. A An innovation this past fall, Internal Revenue Agents must now attend University Biz Ad classes for one semester as part of their regular training. A weekly lecture series is an added part of the program. Dr. Charles Gaa on the right directs the advanced training of the Internal Revenue Service. Guest speaker Edwin Kahn at the left directs the technical planning division. 34 I If Biz Ad Council mans non-profit coffee urn for students and faculty morning and afternoon. The modern lounge is pleasant and word has it the coffee is two cents cheaper. Holding many offices in the American Business Law Association, Professor Gerald Dykstra is also esteemed by his students. His lectures are stimulating, his illustrations entertaining and unforgettable. Author of DETROIT MONEY MARKET, PRINCIPLES OF MONEY AND BANKING and MONETARY AND BANKING SYSTEM, professor of finance G. Walter Woodworth is now working on the Bureau of Business Research. I Creative expression is an important part of the University ' s Elementary School curriculum. Here, first graders are at work on a mural backdrop for " My Father ' s Dragon, " a play they wrote and enacted for the school. 36 EDUCATION ill IIP Nickel coffee, candy bars and study tables make the second floor lounge a sanctu- ary for student teachers, Ed. School Council and faculty. Dean Olson studies the portrait of William H. Payne who taught the first education courses on campus 75 years ago. A DIAMOND IN DEWEY ' S CROWN 37 University Elementary research includes a yearly measure of a student ' s skeletal development. Progress is correla- ted with his school achievement and other factors included in total growth. In the counseling laboratory, where high school counselors are trained, two graduates in education examine a space relations test, one aspect of general ability. Frog ala formaldehyde is sacrificed in the name of experience in a U. High science course that includes units in zoology, botany and human biology. Field trips and a journey to a conservation camp are other activities in which students participate. 38 Sheltered by university buildings and student teachers, the little ones of U. Elementary School enjoy the out-of- doors. UES kids are rumored to be exceptional, but the passerby would report their shouts and squabbles sound and look like those of children everywhere. MUSIC SOUNDS OF THE TIMES The music of Michigan. The Burton Tower carillon not only represents the Music School, but symbolizes the entire University to her students and alumni. Tolling the hours, the carillon regulates and coordinates the campus. Playing carols at Christmas time or recitals at dusk, Prof. Percival Price and students make her bells echo over the campus and furnish music to Michigan. 1 Held in inestimable affection and respect by their students are Mrs. Ava Case and Mr. Glen McGeough. A warm and understanding teacher, Mrs. Case was educated in Europe, has appeared as a concert pianist and can forsee and advise her piano students as to the problems musicians encounter in the world. Mr. McGeough, professor of music lit and an authority on Wagner and opera, imparts his enthusiasm to his classes through his great physical vigor, verbal fluency and stimulating lectures. Though their classes meet in twelve buildings scattered over the campus, music students have their Mason. On the steps of Burton they have a cigarette or a siesta between theory classes and music lit labs. 42 Proximity to music school, fast service and personable management make " The Betsy " in the Arcade a habitual haunt for coffee clientele and lunchers-out. It is said that music students monopolize her, but TV majors and many others find her more private booths and calmer atmosphere preferable to other campus-town hang-outs. Co ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN Co-ordinated Programs, Collaborative Projects and a Classic Profession. An instructor criticizes an advanced design project in one of architectural drafting rooms. After eight weeks of work, the drawings will be presented to the instructor and visiting architects. 45 Photography students process their own pictures in the darkroom of the well-equipped, glass-roofed photo lab. Scale model of an office building is presented to instructor of advanced interior design. Working with architects, students design furniture and materials with greater attention to human comfort and convenience. Using black and white media, life drawing students translate the movement and structure of the subject into art: With practice they will eventually be able to draw the human body without a model. 46 I. 1 Student sketches landscape and ruins for beginning course in draw- ing. A D lobby is frequently decorated with exhibits, projects exchanged with other Art Schools, and architects who break every hour for a smoke as below. Ann Arbor eye-catcher is the Uni-strut, experimental office building that spans a large distance with a minimum of material. This unusual struc- ture is the object of extensive engineering and architectural research. 47 NATURAL RESOURCES Prosperity Depends on Conservation. National Guided by the philosophies of Burroughs, the dynamics of Bunyan, and the principles of biological science, the School of Natural Resources stresses the theory and practice of conservation. Numerous research projects in the field, typified by night netting to determine the distribution of fish, are characteristic of the program. While the wood chipper machine makes chips out of old blocks, a wood technology student adds glue. The mixture, combined with other ingredients, will eventually be compressed into a board. In this manner, synthetic wood is fashioned from waste products. In the wood technology laboratory, students examine native and foreign wood specimens. Aided by excellent equipment, they become familiar with the structures of various trees. A disturbed child engages in play therapy at the Michigan Childrens ' Institute. The social worker may discern her problems through a study of her drawings. He will try to improve home difficulties, will offer her friendship and counsel. SOCIAL WORK Personally Rewarding and Socially Valuable so The medical social worker provides for the patient ' s needs during convalescence. Procuring financial aid of a public health nurse to care for the woman ' s chil- dren and administering shots when the patient returns home, the medical social wor ker can assist in almost anv situation. Uy ai i 52 Operation plate-rate: As part of a current research project testing automatic dishwashers, this public health student swabs a freshly-washed dish. The swab will then be microscopically examined for bacteria. PUBLIC HEALTH and Preventative Medicine for the Masses Hygiene Injecting a monkey during the early stages of an extensive polio vaccine research program is Dr. Gordon Brown of the faculty. PHYSICAL THERAPY Rehabilitation Motto of the Profession A group of physical therapy students watch as one of their number practices use of a diathermy machine. When applied to patients suffering from muscle strain, fractures and traumatic condi- tions, it produces high frequency currents without stimulation of irritable tissues. At right, a therapist instructs and aids amputees in the use of artificial limbs while members of the class make careful observation of the procedure. Juniors spend hours in pharmacognosy lab examining slides of drugs, which are derived from plant products. The course is a study of medicinal plants. Students coat tablets in the manufacturing lab as part of a senior elective for the study of production of the various, drugs. In the sterile solutions lab, containers of medicinal solutions are filled and examined for foreign particles. 56 In the prescription laboratory, senior pharmacy students put to practice the accumulated knowledge of four years. It is here that they receive their practical training, here that they decipher and compound physicians ' prescriptions. PHARMACY Relatively Small Enrollment Takes Advantage of a Class " A " College 57 DENTAL HYGIENE Versatility Derived from Necessity Giving profilaxes and tooth brush instructions are only two of the ways in which a dental hygienist serves the com- munity. One of her main tasks is teaching methods by which the patient can improve his dental health himself. After graduation she may be employed by the community as a public health hygienist or assist a dentist. In this capacity she will aid not only in lab work and at the chair but also as book-keeper and receptionist. In her two years of intensive training, long days and endless exams, the hygienist makes the rounds of dental school. She learns to aid the dentist in performing a root canal. She spends hours in the lab examining cultures of diseased tissues and the bacteriology of caries. She even plays patient while classmates practice timing and taking X-rays. 59 A nursing student assists in an operation as scrub nurse, a position of prestige and responsibility in the operating room. Having worked with the surgeon, a good nurse will anticipate his demands. Here teamwork saves precious minutes. NURSING . . . And, Above All, an Understanding of People Sophomore nurses must take an academic acid test in bio-chem lab and other rigorous med school courses. But later years bring more rewarding tasks. Seniors look forward to rooming-in duty where they share the care of new ones with new mothers. DENTISTRY Service to State and Student This junior dent student fits a child for braces in the orthodontia clinic. In a special course in child dentistry, students investigate growth and development patterns and child psychology regard- less how malicious the child ' s conduct, the dentist must praise some aspect of his performance. 62 No whistling allowed in the 150 complete dental units where junior and senior dent students work on friends and patients from the examination room. Waiting for an instructor ' s approval and working with infinite care, progress proceeds slowly, but the idea that dentists learn the profession entirely through experimentation with patients is false. Intensively trained in one of the finest schools in the country, Michigan ' s dentists enter the clinic academi- cally informed and emerge with a profound professional integrity and skill in all phases of dentistry. The superlative facilities and faculty of " U " Hospital attract students from throughout the world to Ann Arbor. White-jacketed med students claim to discuss differential diagnoses on the front steps during breaks in daily routine. MEDICINE Honor and Integrity in Profession and Practice I 64 Studying the effects of various drugs on peristalsis and blood supply, sophomore medics observe the intestine of a living rabbit. Experimenting to determine the effect of toxic ions on the heart, white-coated physiology students employ the kymograph which graphically records the frequency of the heart beat. 65 m And how long have you had these symptoms? A senior med student takes his patient ' s history. He will later give her a physical examination followed by extensive lab work. His work will culmi- nate with the presentation of a diagnosis of her condition. Study of human gross anatomy is a necessary but time-consuming requirement for the freshman medical student who spends twelve hours a week for twenty-four weeks in the gross lab. The knowledge which he obtains is basic to further medical studies. I White coated and seriou s, med students spend countless hours in the laboratory. Pipetting blood samples in clinical microscopy or determining the effects of drugs on muscle tissue, medics are conscientious and accurate, for the essentials which they learn must be applied in the saving of human life. Though perfection in amount of pressure and placement takes practice, drawing blood is a strictly routine procedure. Students needle each other and themselves before they puncture patients. 67 " . r. An inordinate rattle in the lungs does not demand three junior medics for diag- nosis, but in beginning patient contact it is good listening experience for everyone. ! i I; A regent of the American College of Physicians, Dr. Cyrus Sturgis is the director of the University ' s Simpson Memorial Institute for Medical Research and the chairman of the Department of Internal Medicine. Internationally reknowned for advancing the techniques of thyroid surgery, Dr. Frederick Coller, right, is chairman of the Department of Surgery. 68 Elected president of the American Academy of Oph- thalmology and Otolaryngology in 1954, Dr. Albert C. Furstenberg, dean of the Medical School and chairman of the Department of Otolaryngology, will begin his term of office in January, 1956. A center for advanced research, the University Medical School, aided by financial grants, fosters numerous projects to advance man ' s knowledge of preventing and combatting disease. 69 The legal outlook on Michigan ' s passing parade is pronounced from within the central tower of the William W. Cook Law Quadrangle. An unnatural amount of precipitation in this area is reported by those who commute through this " ivory " edifice in the spring. " THE CHARACTER OF THE LAW SCHOOLS FORECASTS THE FUTURE OF AMERICA " . WM. COOK 71 The effervescent dean of the Law School, F. Blythe Stason, has functioned in that capacity since 1939. In addition to his responsibilities at Michigan, this versatile and brilliant man is a member of the Hoover Commission and in charge of several programs dealing with the study of peaceful uses of atomic energy. Professor Marcus Plant is graphically explaining about successors to holders in due course in a well- known course called Bills and Notes. Even in the area of Domestic Relations, this complacent student would vow all work and no sleep is certain to make Jack a dull boy. Two years in LawSchool can result in a monumental accumulation some estimated eighty-three and a half pounds of texts and notes. But even in the midst of such heavy fare, provision is made to lift the spirits. An intent senior wades through a quagmire of particularities in duly processing some of the law contained in over 800,000 volumes stacked in the Legal Research Building. These Gothic cloisters provide a shelter for the dropped books of students who have divorced themselves from the tasks in hand to take advantage of the plush facilities inside the Lawyers ' Club. The imposing, church-like structure of the dining hall would belie the fact it is most often the gathering place for many a free-time frolic. Anyone have a penny? Looking into the Quadrangle from any angle is sure to he impressive. The great outer dignity of this splendid education plant i.s sym- bolic of the solemn integrity of the effort within. V " ; " ' , ' _ Not the least known of the characters about Law School are those men who are an integral part of the architecture. Colored glass panes in Hutchins Hall allow the light to shine through certain legal situations, below, while a stonyfaced justice, left, guards the egress from the dining hall. RACKHAM School of Graduate Studies The thick carpeting, high ceilings and comfortable appointments of the Rackham graduate study hall make for silence and a suitable atmosphere for study. The second floor sanctuary is practically grad-proof ; many have been diplomatically deported ignorance of the law is no excuse. I X Far from the white buck trodden Diagonal is the Rackham School of Graduate Studies. Rarely does the undergraduate use its facilities, hut the graduate has access to its study lounge and con- ference rooms for the preparation of his thesis. Dr. Ralph Alanson Sawyer, who was des- ignated by the American Men of Science as one of the nation ' s outstanding scien- tists, was technical director of the Bikini Atoll bomb tests for the government. He has been dean of the Graduate School since 1946. In achieving a gracious balance between protocol and informality, the Hatchers have earned the respect and admiration of the University community. Endowed with magnetic demeanor and genuine hospitality, the entire family contributes humanism and warmth to the campus. Legally responsible to the people of the State of Michigan, but more importantly, intellectually responsible to the academic freedoms and goals of education, Presi- dent Harlan Hatcher guides the Uni- versity. 78 Executive Officers of the University are from left to right: Wilbur K. Pierpont, James A. Lewis, President Harlan Hatcher, Marvin L. Xiehuss, Herbert G. Watkins, and Arthur L. Brandon. ADMINISTRATION Playing important roles in the non-academic side of campus, Dean of Men Walter B. Rea and Dean of Women, Miss Deborah Bacon, supervise the staggering amount of student activity that goes on within the University. Among their more specific duties is giving competent aid to students with problems of most any type or scope. William S. Zeiman, Assistant to the Dean of Men in the Office of Student Affairs, is the familial- counselor to campus fraternities. Responsible for the coordination and development of the aspects of student life outside the classroom, University Vice-President of Student Affairs, James A. Lewis, right, assumed this newly created administrative post in July. 1954. The three assistant deans of women, Mrs. Elsie Fuller, Mrs. Elizabeth Leslie, and Miss Gertrude Mulhollan, are instrumental in the direction of coed housing at the University, as well as in assisting women students who wish to obtain financial aid. V 80 . MEANS OF 1. FOKHVF.R HAPPI . , ,, j - OOLS CAT 10 BOARD OF REGENTS. Front Row: Roscoe O. Bonisteel: Otto E. Eckert: Harlan Hatcher; J. Joseph Herbert; Vera B. Baits. Back Row: Kenneth M. Stevens; Alfred B. Connable, Jr.; Leland I. Doan; Charles S. Kennedy. Symbol of the complexity of the University, the Administration Building from its spacious executive offices to its filing cabinet crammed cubicles is Michigan ' s nerve center. XI STUDENT ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE For all practical purposes, the Committee on Student Affairs is the all-campus student government. Particularly through its functions of calendaring and recognition of student organizations, it has become the supreme authority in the realm of student affairs. Its functions have now been transferred to the Student Government Council. Front Row: Mrs. Ruth Callahan; Helen Peak; Dean Deborah Bacon; Ruth Rossner; Lucy Landers; Sally Stahl. Back Row: J. Will- cox Brown; Philip Duey; Tawfiq Khoury; Leo Schmidt; Dean Walter Rea; Eugene Hart wig; Stephen Jelin, Richard Townsend; Tom Leopold. 82 living Sandwiched in between the interminable academics and the realm of activities, there is life which is, after all, essen- tial. Wherever one hangs his crew neck sweater, one becomes a part of all encompassing University life and living. 83 DORMITORIES Though of unpretentious facade, Clark ' s is a haven on the Hill for those retreating from beef birds or simply desirous of a change of environment and music with their meals. To celebrate the passage of the c ollege years, room-mates often smuggle in birthday cakes to illuminate the anniversary and fill friends who creep in after hours for cake and congratulations. card 1 1 84 One wonders what men did for diversion in pre-television days after co-eds were deposited at the dorms. Now even card games die on the vine as squad lounges fill up with those who like to wrap up the day with the 11 o ' clock flick. After a novelty meal outside the dorm dining room, one is invar- iably tempted to import a few goodies for the customary crave at midnight. The lower calf is assuredly covered, but the Victorians join with Michigan men in com- plaining against the coeds ' kneesocks. ADAMS HOUSE Front Row: Peter Black; Aldrick Sirard; John Taliaferro; James Whitten; James Wassail; Teny Ouchi; Josepli Bailey; Ken Anderson: Charles Van Atta. Second Row: Greg Schmidt; David Gasman; Kdward Boseker; Richard Thurston; Mrs. M. B. Dickerman (Asso- ciate Adviser); Arnold Bauer (Resident Adviser); John Glass; Wallis Hoyle: John Harris; Martin Conway: David Flowers. Third Row: Philip Nichols; Gary Sprague; Robert Dukarski; Edward Driese; Thomas Davis; Victor Long; Cornelius Sippel; Paul Koehn; Acton Ostling; Joe Flora; Sheldon Rosenthal. Back Row: Jerry Klooek: Bill Stumpfig; Harley Ristad; Newell Miller; John Davies; Fred Cross; Paul Coogan; Stanley Weiss; David Hedrich; Ralph Bleyaert; Roberto Maldonado. Front Jotoi PtW Front Row: Don Pallin; Lewis Carlson; Albert Bush; Harold Chetrick; George Colburn; Michael Chen; Shiu-Hon Wong; Robert Murphy; Michael Soter. Second Row: William Evans; Tom Barnhart; Philip Michel; Bernard Bebeau; Mrs. M. B. Dickerman (Asso- ciate Adviser); Arnold Bauer (Resident Adviser); Raymond Rowley; Wayne Slawson; George Jones; Richard Voda; Preston Gurxvin. Third Row: James McClintock: David Danes; Walter Wegst; Robert Johnson; Harry Wheeler; Fred Poposki; Joe Sisko; Don Carl; Charles Casey; Robert Bredin. Back Row: Dick Siunmerwell; John Emery; John Hanson; Robert Segar; Mike Flynn; Bill Skellenger; Robert Plaskett; Harvey Jame; Dean Reichenbach; Joe Cox; Roger Fredrick; Clare Schindler. 86 ALLEN RUMSEY Front Row: Chester Lehman; Adam Patrick; Vincent Nelson; Donald Godell; Edward Schotland; John Simonds; John Sprague. Second Row: Richard Brewer; Kevin Buckley; James Bower; Herbert Bensinger; Paul Jansma; Mrs. Mildred Hale; Arthur Graham; Mark Salmi: Richard Beaudry: Jerome Ostrov; Ronald Riem. Third Row: Thomas Gregoire; Brenton Mattes; Donald Hadley; Carl An- drews; Robert Davis; Thomas Brown; Scott Rader; David Moore; James Galligan; Richard Maslyn; Eduardo Santamaria. Back Row: John Steinhelper; Robert, Egly; Joseph Johnson; Jerome Libby; Robert Stasiuk; Kenneth Knapp; Donald Wattrick; William Coulter; Peter Minoff; James Sergeson; Robert Waldeck. h f ; Front Row: Raymond Newman; Lee Weatherbee: Ivan Wade, Jr.: Richard Bach; Brewster Pcaliody: Karl Stone; John Taylor; Robert Steinberg: Frederick Woodard; Gary Thomas. Second Row: Paul Walker; Richard Clark; Fred Bohler; Adam Pachana: Thomas Windeknecht; Alan Arms; Mrs. C. C. Hale; Arthur Graham: Anthony Taddeo; Frank Yakouac; Donald Mac Dougall; Henry Chandler. Third Row: John Boston; Donald Francoeur; Richard Brackenbury; Ernest Schwartz: John Ruiz; Fred Beaver; Richard Bailin; Kirk Balcom; John Lelivelt; Henry Moravec; David Caplan; Thomas Propson. Back Row: William Seeman; Patrick Noonan; Thomas Np- wak, Jr. ; Neil Booth; Glen Gale; James Kanitz; Frank Dasse; Gerald Pruder; Robert Rodgers; Maurice Chase,Jr.; Phillip Welch; David Harris; John Osmer; Carl Marcucci; William Reader; Edward Westerlond, Jr.; Herbert Kline. 87 5r I Front Row: Dean Morley; Fred Nelson; Gene Terpstra; Ernest Plant; Kenneth Murk; Kurt Keydel; Tom Ainsle; Mike Gaston; Robert Mixer; Khvin Brainerd. Second Row: Joe Dydasco; James Hantula; Barry Neft; Richard Dick; Dana Underwood; Miss Sara Rowe; Martin Holtgrieve; Harry Katzenmeyer; Clyde Coxey; Alfred Szemborski; Kilmer Forsen; Robert Wine. Third Row: Keeling Warbur- ton; David Lundy; Herbert McCullagh; Miles Riggs; Robert Denton: Hans Kardel; Willard Tayler; Fred Stegenga; Karl Koenings- mann; Ron Bowen; Frank Zimmerman; Back Row: Stanley Kostman; Fred Heyner; Tom Seelman; Ron Miller; Dick Ward; Bruce Miller; Bob Radell; Emery Easton; Edgar Coffman; Joel Sussman; Alan Weinberg; Gary Hofmaster. ta V ANDERSON HOUSE Front Row: Ronald Anderson; Bill Watson; Ron McCreight; Ralph McCormick; Allen Smith; Charlie Yu. Second Row: Tom Frank; John Hayes; Joel Margenau; Martin Holtgrieve; Miss Sara Rowe; Charles Jones; Dana Underwood; Bob Sounders; Dick Mason; Bill Wright; John Hartmann. Third Row: Don Cosgrove; Eugene Mrowka; Bob Konecny; Robert Durham; Gordon Meinhard; Maurice Dean; Lester Johnson; Karl Weinacker; John Gallagher; Fred Smith. Back Row: Ron Dill; Bob Armstrong; Dick Kendall; Roy Paul; Bruce Budde; Al DeVries; Bill Herrnstein; Tom Peterson; Pearce Klazer; Don Mick; Andre Despres; Al Burdinie. Front Row: Shirley Ruthig; Constance Shumate: Lyime Burrows; Diane Lakin; Barbara Thorne; Angeline Pyrros; Joan Donohue; Marilyn Miller; Gail Brooks; Phyllis Cantwell; Sally Simon. Second Row: Galye Porath; Alice Madsen; Barbara Wittow; Katherine Adams; Elizabeth Stone; Carole Brumbaugh; Mrs. Katherine Glass: Joanne Clark; Margaret Conn; Bailey Apple; Ruth Israel; Barbara Sklouer. Third Row: Carol Sapp: Karen Hansen; Carolyn Simmons; Jayna Leibovitz; Carol Goldshine; Meredith Tigel; Susan Sturc; Renee Tobias; Lyla Leipzig; Ilene Lifshey; Virginia Skelly; Patricia Harvey; Janet Roberts. Back Row: Elaine Barn; Jane Simmons: Diane Yukon; Sandra Bowman; Barbara Rose; Edna Carlson; Ruth Katzman; Deborah Kopelov; Laura Wallace; Diane Weingarden; Paula Wallach; Nancy Rappaport; Marilyn Levey; Iris Bennett. ANGELL HOUSE (MR Front Row: Charlotte Costa: Vongphan Suthipongse: Carolyn Berlowitz: Xancy Bell; Alice Louise: Shirley Todd: JoAnne Berkowitz; Roberta Labovitz. Second Row: Elaine Saltsman; Rhoda Coggan: Elaine Koffman; Ethel Kovitz; Mrs. Glass; Bernadine Bartram; Jo Ann Scharbat; Joan Gallancy; Ruth Halushka. Third Row: Harriette Garfinkle; Ann Tarlowe; Sue Xovitsky; Bonnie Watson; Marilyn Houck; Elaine Terner; Patricia Herrman; Ann Heath; Carol Wheeler; Eileen Pruder: Xancy Poggemiller; Zelda Lebowitz. Back Row: Marcia Zeidman; Anne Robinson; Constance Fontiou; Molly Kinkema; Janet Magers; Mary Schwaderer; Shirley LaVere; Julie Arkin; Mary Lou Lackie, Lois Gavorin. . Front Row: Ann .letter; Barbara Glaser; Linda Jacobacci; Jobel Tyson; Elizabeth Ban-is; Sue McCotter; Carole Ruhenstein; Carole Stutzman; Genevieve Leland. Second Row: Eileen Levy; Nancy Yeakey; Susan Bergdahl; Peggy Ross; Marion Charvat; Marge Wyche; Xatividad Dimaya; Jean Boch; Judith Reynolds; Nancy Estes. Third Row: Jean Teutsch; Margaret Brake; Sally Lennington; Eleanor Shaw; Marg Beck; Judy Klein; Patsy Langdon; Helen Jamison; Judy Huntington; Beverly Scales; Diane Whitman; Patricia Corchan: Ida Lyness; Marian Miller: Antonia Sacchetti. Back Row: Joan Bryan; Mary Croteau; Connie Davidson; Janice Adams; Clare Lehenz; 3; Sally Arnold; Mary Fulton; Cherry Harris; Susan Doherty; Fairy Sakai. Ann Kienzlen; Sue Strahle; Pat Booze; Fro to : i BETSY BARBOUR Front Row: Mary Hult; Mary Hague; Joanne Manning; Joan Arent; Margaret Phillips; Janet Dietrich; Mary Glover; Elizabeth Fralick. Second Row: Shelley Scarney; Martha Whaling; Gerry Van Dusen; Julie Harris; Marilyn Gerred; Nancy Kanitx; Roberta Evans; Betsy Palmer; Lois Gamier; Mary Cyms. Third Row: Gail Shovein; Joan Heiden; Sheila McKenzie; Jeanne LaBelle; Jeanne Seaborn; Mary Claire Stewart; Judy Koelzer; Dolores Smith; Pat Skelly; Joan Fairbairn; Margery Barber; Shirley Kaye. Back Row: Sally Woonton; Mary Knecht; Polly Van Schoick; Mary Dwyer; Margaret Davidson; Joan Wellman; Carla Schram; Elizabeth Kay; Carol Prins; Judith Col well; Janet Gatherer; Sandra Hecke; Mary June Foster. I - II ( ' Front Row: Joan Boehm: Helen Napier: Carol Hotham: Marianne Goes; Arlene DeCook; Irene Kunst : Dorothy Brandon: Elissa Panush. Second Row: Roehelle Goldstein: Isabel Martin: Susie Lau: Sylvia Troy: Mrs. Lois Kemf: Ellen Rober: Shirley Hatlem; Carolvn Ver- den: Lucille Kurian. Third Row: Helen Erickson; Roslyn Heim: Marguerite Hall: Lueanna Marquardt; Mary Marshall: Elizabeth Dykstra: Carey Wall; Sarah Sue Jackson; Eunice Richards. Back Row: Joan Cox: Barbara Hahn; Ilyne Weisman; Sharon King; Mary Anne Pahl: Margery Blatchley; Ruth Heald: Dorothy Uren; Patsy I ' chil: Shirley Benkovi?s: Shannon King. CHICAGO HOUSE Front Row: Joanne Zaparyniuk: Carrine Hamilton; JoMarie Button: Shirley Xorquest; Jane Binding: Maureen Keimor. Second Row: Wai-Jun Chan: Lenore Davis, Ann Becker, Elizabeth Yee; Mrs. Lois Kempf; Ellen Rober: Mary Jinqozian; Dora Edwards; Joan Camp- bell. Third Row: Donna Varner. Jean Berry; Barbar Field: Climetene McClain: Xancy Colquitt; Ronnie Kopelson; Christa Eckhard: Sally Tucker; Myra Golden: Lois Taterka. Back Row: Eleanor Hagler, Sarah Loveless, Carol Larwin: Carolyn Bradshaw; Lou Ann Moxlev: Joan Ganis; Cecile Friedlander; Roberta Corwin; Janet Moonev; Susan Raunheim. MARTHA COOK thia Diamond; Priscilla Heft; Gloria Anton: Elizabeth Cope; Prisrilla Bickford; Betty Veres. Back Row: Marjorie Barlow; Jane Brill: Dorothy Fink; Elaine Domke; Camilla Heller; Martha Kisel; Margaret Cook; Linnea Johnson: Ann Mulcahy; Kathryn Kneiske Alice Burton; Xoreen Helliwell; Barbara Deoring; Lynn Zimmerman: Margaret Burton. Morton; Patricia Umphrey; Nancy Koyaek; Jeanne Andersen; Ann dimming; Barbara Hansen; Bess Lyoe; Victoria Milton; Mary Richards; Marcia Lubeck; Dolores Messinger. Back Row: Donna White; Elizabeth McDonald; Sheila Hubbard; Susan Raiford; Esther Goudsmit; Sally Stahl; Margaret Lord; Jane Newberg; Phyllis Rode; Elaine Gulden; Julie Flynn; Gwendolyn Williamson; Carolyn Lentz; Mary Hellthaler; Patricia Stenberg; Mary Jane Soper. 92 COOLEY HOUSE Front Row: Ramon Perez; Thomas Logan; Robert Weibel: Marvin Greene; William Milne; Patrick O ' Brian; Paul Treado; Walter Hall; Richard Roe. Second Row: Kenneth McDowell; James Cruthis; Bruce Darnall; John Erlanger; Richard Ruhala; Caleb Atwood; Gene Antonides; William VanKoughnet; William Zimmerman; Murray Milne; Bing Lau; George Paraskevas. Third Row: Alexander Camp- bell; Robert Fuller; Kimber Greene: Robert Kramer; Daniel Stobierski: Raymond Ramsey; James Powers; William Kirke; Drake Duane; Loren VanTassel; Joel Gottlieb; James Evans; Richard Pompian. Back Row: Gene Ferrell; John Cunningham; William Phillips; Michael Murphy: Herbert Arkin; Donald Tyler: Walter Hapkc; Donald Frandk: Bruce Clark; Robert Sedestrom; James Morris; Robert Cooper: Ronald Smith; Joseph Powers: David Lopez. Front Row: Clarence Allain; Donald Haapala; Gilbert Kucera: Jerome DeSormier: Ambrose DeLeon; Robert Galen; Lee Cross ; Orlin Allen; Richard Borkoski; Emil Lebedovych. Second Row: Gerald Braun: Jim Crathis; John Erlanger; Dick Ruhala; Jason Millman; Peter Knoblock; Mrs. Dornan; Frank Kucera; Frank Flint: Bruce McGarvey; Bruce Highstreet: Edward Bernreuter; Eric Garbutt. Third Row: Steve Boros; John O ' Leary; Norman Kiel: Harry Smith; Stanley Cool; Daniel Parson; Gerald Jackowski; Charles Wil- Icms: David Feurfile: John Hitchcock; Douglas Xauts; Xeil Taylor; Gaylord Richardson; Fred Cotton; David George; Peter Ekstrom. Back Row: David Chesley: Joel Bussell; Richard Reichle; William Buehfer; Gerald Lohr; Eugene Gray; Peter Ahlstrom; William Evans; David Shaub; David Redding; Gene Gignac; John Mazloumian; Philip Marshall; Paul Zenian; Joseph Devyak; John Lynn; Donald Shepherd. 93 M Front Row: Elizabeth Sharp; Joan Austermiller; Nancy Loprich; Xancy Grezesiuk; Nancy Kinietz; Bette Kervvin. Second Row: Sandra Rose; Susan Scott; Claudia Kanga.s; Marile Jones; Ann Hunter; Pat Hawkins; Shirley Peterson; Virginia Schmuak. Back Row: Francis Klinkman; Louise Morrow; Kathryn Crossett; Katherine Hamilton; Ann Roden; Pat Ruggles; Mary Dickman; Eva Griffith; Joyce Albiston. COUZENS HALL i Out of uniform, costumed nursing stu- dents parody " This Is Your Life " in the Couzens basement assembly room as part of a farewell party " for an in- structor. 94 i Hi f : Bt f ' T F ' y f i Front Row: Pete Harris; Dick Snyder; Joseph Decker; Xormun Burdick; Xick Redfield; Kenneth Wolvin; Max Roensch: Harry Strauss; Gordon Kelly: Jerry Wells: Larry Walders; Ronald Rogers. Second Row: George Glattes; Jim Miller; Jack Kelsey; Howard Gilford; Bob Bruce; John Drake: Jim McClurg; Mrs. Edith Lynch; Harvey Wax; Henry Moses; Don Parko; Christopher Pyrros; Bob Trautner; John Landeryou. Third Row: Pat Donahue; Paul Wellington; Ken Swarts; Bernie Berman; Joe Morelewski; Duncan Magoon; Bob Mann; Gerald Reimers; Frank Ford: Xick Milanytch; Jerrald Barren; Ralph Fear; Stephen MacArtuur; Bob Steed: Tom Jolls; Richard Marino: John Payne; Bruce Eaton. Back Row : Murry Frymer; Paul Medura, Tom Blues; Phil Brown; Dale Hanson; Eugene Williams; William Kwech; Dugald Munro: Tom Dever; Mike Lutsch; Richard Grauer; Bernath Sherwood; Pershing Lin; Frank Sokolitz; Ronald Walter, Don Kay; John Xeily; Xeil Ege. GOMBERG HOUSE Front Row: Paul Hays; George Sawyer; Bob Gardner: Dick Ishida; Roger Seymour; Stan Johnson; Don Pobuda; Bill Toyama; Kent Dalley; Herman Besselink; Bill Gintner: Bill Kelsey; Second Row: Jack Schultz; Bill Hamil; Gerry DeMaagd; Fred Schwarb; Jim Reveno: Edward Godfrey: Robert Woschitz: John Dubois; Lee Stern; George Mclntyre; Richard MacQueen; James Pace: Joseph Winger; Dexter Bartlett; Jerry Richards: William MacPhee. Third Row: Jerry Bruemmer; Buss Wells; Bill Graessley; Richard Xara- gon; Blain Harper; Robert Robbins; Robert Granger: Jack Grunawalt: Robert Sharp; Robert Mattson; Virgil Grumbling; Xick Wiese; Richard Xeil: Robert Smith: Paul Goodman: Robert Mills: Robert Coleman; Jerry Flalland. Donald Adamski. Back Row: Ross Fiske; Carl Placeway; Bill Heath: Mike Sakkinen: John McFatridge; Frank Greene; ' Michael Szezygiel; Don Wille; Jon Bruemmer; Jack Ciupak; Dick Vanderkolk; Richard Scamehorn; John Bosnia; Bradley Johnson; Fred Warner; Bill Hesselgrave; Stanley Johnson; Carl Dila; Charles Dayharsh; Reid Winston. Front Row: John McCabe; William McIIattie; Frederick Sage; William Weber; Mrs. . H. Newell; Wayne Warren; Thomas Kroczek; Steve Schneidei ; Jerome Delene. Second Row: Barry Merenoff; Victor Manzo; Russell Nowlcn; Franklin Lemkey; Richard Giles; William Angell; Hamilton Robichaud; Martin Frank; Charles Diver; Kenneth Kline. Back Row: Ivan Vissepo; Jacob Booth; Grant Hildebrand; Guillermo Lozano; Dan Forbes; Leland Moy; Richard Carver; Richard Rockafellow; Louis Roberts. GREENE HOUSE Front Row: Norman Rosman; Joseph Fuller; Jan Tanenbaum; George Baumann; Roger Kidston; Frank Butorac; Richard Watson; Edgar May; Ka Lun Fogg. Second Row: David DeBoer; Guillermo Gonzaies; Norman Sagansky; Jerry Wikstrom; Robert McKeough; Gregory Dexter; Frederick Carman; Robert Massenberg; Burton Beerman; Wayne Blakely. Back Row: Jasper Harris; James White; Donald Davis; Norman Potter; James Young; Robert Katchke; Edward Hargadon; Bruce Siegan. 96 Front Row: Richard Cooper; Byron Hestevold; John Skorna; William Maloney; Karl Betz; Robert Eggers; Thomas Gaffield; Larwence Keller; Donald Danzer; John Mayrose; James Johnson. Second Row: James Lange; Jon Zoner; Thomas Connolly; James East; Marcel Saliye; John Woodruff; Mrs. R. R. Baker; Gary Boe; William; Curt Sugiyama; Robert Tazelaar; John Uilkema; Kdwardo Argilar. Third Row: Billy Parker; Edward Rogers; Louis Dame; John Myers; David Beattie; Vince Layher; Walter Ring; Thomas Altenbern; Robert Van Valkenberg; Fedrick Chessna; William Woodruff; Robert Hovey; Jon Collins; Barney Silverman; Jerry Wright; James Duncan; Kurt Mikat. Back Row: Makoto Ohorl; Robert McClellan; John Bindeman; David Joyce; Robert Reid; Keith Alford; Kenneth Preston; Henry Schnelbach; Harvey Johnson; Willis Cunningham; Donald Dame; Stanley Smith; Robert Holloway; John Christie; Douglas Bell; James Hazlett. HAYDEN HOUSE Front Row: Valentine Pfaffman; Richard Kulick; Armando Xavarrete; Howard Russell; Albert Hilburger; Ivan Franson: Don Didelius; Jesse Conti. Second Row: James Burke; Richard Benson; Ralph Martin; Donald DeBusschere ; Jon Ditz; Mrs. R. R. Baker; John Nixon; Dean Savell; Raymond Shirven; Leon Redler; John Leitch. Third Row: William Labby; Charles Young; Roger Wooton; Arthur Pollakowski; Richard Haken; Randolph Tarrier; Stanton Kleinert; Joseph Reid; James Hulett; Carl Schultz; James Knipp; Brian Kidston. Back Row: Jack Mitchell; Howard Oldford; James Staskowski; Stephen Zervas; Bernard Maeiejewski; Jack Seastrom; John Blaha; Joseph Aponte; William Duncan; David Reiser; John Taylor; Frederick Adams; Lynn Becker. 97 HINSDALE HOUSE Front Row: Alice Greenberg; Priscilla Torsleff; Violet Gaishin; Carol Hampner; Sylvia Katz; Alice Kurtik; Sandy Feldstein. Second Row: Myrna Morton; Helen Levy; Janet Berkey; Judy Faber; Ann Bernheim; Carol Portney; Fran Gudemann; Maude Xichthauser; Maureen Isay; Lois Stern. Third Row: Mary Anderson; Janet Strutz; Dorothy Wattrous; Judy Wolgast; Su Stenglein; Sandra Beer; Elaine Chazanow; Pat Miller; Cynthia Smith; Shirley Jones. Back Row: Faith Fowler; Barbara Mason; Carol Moudry; Illane Klein; Ann Shotwell; Lucy Sugarman; Esther Margolis; Soretta Robin; Sue Bobcean; Carol Morgan; Mary Harrington. - Front Row: Adriana Cooper; Louise Sprowl; Lois Morse; Marilyn Schwartz; Cynthia Law; Margie Galdonyi; Edythe Nelson; Caroline Sillick. Second Row: Rosemarie Feldstein; Zina Gefter; Carolyn Fisher; Michele Kushner; Davidine Krasney; Mrs. Ruth Hawthorne; Leda Cosmenco, president; Ivy Dickstein; Murial Knobloch; Diane Goldstein; Rene Markohff. Third Row: Jacqueline Allen; Marylen Segel; Joanne Marsh; Diane Singer; Eleanor Shur; Annette Krause; Artis Lockwood; Pearl Reinhardt; Saovuni Vejjajiva; Jean Scruggs; Kathryn Gilley; Karol Doherty. Back Row: Carol Jones; Judith Engelke; Marilyn Maille; Ann Orebaugh; Marsha Bartha; Jessica Tanner; Mary Jo Palmer; Martha Collins; Harriet Cohn; Arlene Fauek; Edith Risman; Barbara Umanoff. F: I : h I 98 HINSDALE HOUSE Front Row: Bruce Robertson; James Van Wagoner; Lauren Wilcox; Fernando Bonilla; Gary Filsinger; William Wood; Alvin Ziv: Bruce Parsons; John Artz. Second Row: Robert Barth; David Lemon; Alvaro Juliao-Gelmch; Hugh Grey; Ray Snider; Mrs. Peck; John Cederna; Emmett Xorden; Paul Drake; Dannis Butler. Third Row: James Blanchard; Dan Morse; Douglas Schroeder; Charles Klee- kamp; Edson Gallaudet; Gerald Weil; Michael Wolf; Edward Jiongo; Frederick Zinger; John Wonser; William Green. Back Row: Gerald Schmidt; William Webster; Jerry Frank; Frederick Roeben; Peter Workmar; Peter Hay; Geza Gyorey; Gerald Burdett; Don Sanzobrin; Bruce Meyer; Walter Charney; Thomas Rudd. Front Row: Paul Bleckley; Gerald Dundas; Edward Vanderventer; Wyland Gibbs; Robert Holt; Frank Sevcik; James Fawcett; Richard Weber. Second Row: Hugh Allen; George Worden; Richard Souslin; Donald Upham; James MaeKay; Charles Straayer; Jerry Mohrig; Leonard Sipiora; Xiles Kinnunen; Herbert Pollock. Third Row: Joseph Mclntyre; Duane Diedrich; Thomas Hauser; Ross Fletcher; John Mendel; James Oom; Langoon Marvin; Bradford Foster; Michael Bergeon; Douglas Mac Dougall; Carl Krouse; Lawrence Youse. Back Row: Paul Van Order; Howard L T row; Frank Shaklee; Samuel Riggs; Robert Kleinberg; William Smith; Kenneth King; George VerWys; Bruce Robbins; Roger Barnes; James Varin; Dale Soumela; Peter Wilson. 99 HUBER Front Row: Philip Wargelin; John Bitzcr; Karl Albrecht; Ohannes Samuel; Roger Frock; Fernando Ramirez; Don Linclman; William Brumm; Peter VanCamp. Second Row: Jerry Mills; Chuch Heuchert: James Lee: Stewart Hill Aron; Charlie Green; Mrs. Florence Atkinson; Robert Rickert; William Stern; William Huggett; Henry Haehmuth; Ron Bhada. Third Row: Jim Owens; Robert Carr; Hap Atherton; Charles Hedetniemi; Sherwin Sokolov; Ralph Londal; Arthur Simon: Michael Eisman; Mohammed Edwards; George Osius. Back Row: Donald Honkala; Toni Perfect; Charles Elstradt; John Mayne; Louis Zako; Harvey Krage; Dave Epstein; Rick Jossem; Paul Plato; William Moebs. LOB Am- PlW Front Row: Russell Townley; Bol) Sparks; Chuck Jackson; Dayton Selby; Bruce Carpenter; Leland Henry. Second Row: George Pai; Charles Russell; Jim Doni Kolas; John Brabant; Mrs. Florence Atkinson; Richard Wall; Jerry Gray, president; Richard Burdick: Mau- rice Barancik. Third Row: Thomas Marshall; Robert Usher; Bruce Foucek: George Elison; Robert Finley; Albert Kandarian; Gershom Morningstar; Sandy Golden. Back Row: Jack Willson; Jerome Skelly; Frank Rizzo; Richard Rieder; Kenneth Tucker; Stuart Mc- Dougall; Mile Mapes. 100 JORDAN HALL Front Row: Ruth Epstein; Virginia Royal; Ellen Austin; Irma Saulson; Fran Whitaker; Sue Epstein; Sylvia Binkley. Second Row: Lois Xovak; Carolyn Stinebower; Margaret Heizman; Joann Purcell; Joanne Buttons; Dorrit Smetana; Margot Corby. Third Row: Ann Neely; Janet Krause; Louise Milligan; Lorna Koontz; Peg Lane; Jane Abeshouse; Judith Levy; Beverly Ashby. Back Row: Shirley Price; Patsy Gerstner; Elizabeth Boynton: Ellen Quirke; Margaret Brown; Pamela Bowles. Prospective freshmen are frequently toured through the Jordan lounge. The great fireplace and comfort- able furnishing insure a pleasant scene for house part- ies, pre-dinner discussions, entertaining and this spring weekend meeting. 101 KELSEY HOUSE Front Row: Leslie Kert; Lawrence Ellenbogen; Tom Kregor; Lewis Craine; David Shuirman; Terrenee Tweetie; Jose Valenzuela; Peter Stanger. Second Row: James Booth; Arthur Bady; Gray Allan; William King; Herbert Freedland; Fred Robins; Tom Gougeon; Donald Gregor; Xorman Barr; Michael Russell; William Granse. Third Row: Hugh Kennedy; Richard Stiesel; Gordon Angler; John Burt; James Powell; Dale Houston; Gerald Miley; Anthony Sulfaro; John Schick; Lynn Evan; Robert Conn. Back Row: Bronson Murray; William Hosshines; Stewart Smith; Robert Putman; Robert Amor; William Muir; Frank Betts; David Hecht; Paul Koshewsky; Sey- mour Manello; John Denton. I - : - - PN O Front Row: George Davidson; Sanford Wolf; Edward Hamilton; John Fitzjohn; Theodore Friedman; Ronald Eschenburg; David Bates; Clinton Wagner. Second Row: Jack Chudnoff; Allan Lawson; Hugh Fleetwood; John Brinley; Joseph Betts; Eloise Drake; Phillip Slowick; Eugene Derricotte; Franklin Smith; Richard Adams; Morris Phillips. Third Row: Darrill Mullenix; James McBirney; Charles Sims; William Alger; Fredrick Meyers; Hubert White; Rodney Blackman; Calvin Will; William Meyers; Harry Detweiler; William Hanks. Back Row: Dean Case; Ronald Baumer; Monte Ecloff; Frederick Galperin; Michael Fisher; Edward Dobbin; Richard Ketteman; Stan- ley Kraushaar; Richard Gooel; Charles Taylor; Richard Oles. I 102 KLEINSTEUCK Front Row: Beverly Becker; Harriet Eaton; Mary Martz; Irene Moutsatson; Marilyn Klockow; Patricia Stoddard; Mrs. Tate; Eliza- beth Parker; Elizabeth Magioll; Babette Steinhardt; Merrill Ann Martin. Second Row: Peggy Spaulding; Gail Shilling; Joan Yarrow; Shirleyan Chennault; Lois Louthan; JanisTinkham; Nancy Farrell; Xancy Hoyt; Charlene Toman; Betsey Dettling. Back Row: Phyllis Feldman; Rita Hochman; Elizabeth Jones; Nancy Fiegel; Barbara Gall; Loretta Weingarden; Dana Wright; Helen Jones; Gloria John- son; Kathleen Kelly. n n 9 o a n n u, , oNrt V Front Row: Carol Kinzio; Suzanne Vaughn: Linnea Taylor; Jacqueline Lefler; Vera Khoury; Harriet Sayles; Marian Ellias; Shirley Gustafson; Sally Myers. Second Row: Rosemary Warnemende; Jean Sullivan; Antonette Deflorio; Jeanette Wozniak; Benita Rovin: Mrs. Tate; Rosemary Gargone; Nancy Jach; Marjorie Beal; Helene Reicher. Third Row: Sue Sabel; Arline Popper; Dorothy Kahl; Judith Berliner; Barbara Littky; Barbara Stomos; Sharon Baker; Barbara Bendlin; Mary-Julia Baker; Jeanette McCullough; Rita Czewski; Barbara Crinke; Gloria Antebe. Back Row: Ann Johnson; Julie Crandall; Jannett Spence; Naomi Goldman; Greg Argus; Joan Kinsey; Jacqueline Gold; Judith Beallo; Susan Dorfman; Marlene Olen; Marilyn Borin; Marcia Taylor. 103 The evening meal may represent leisure in the midst of a hectic day, or it may be a hurried process of refueling for continued activity. The prepara- tion, quality and selection of food may be criticised, but it is after all, nutritionally balanced by trained dieticians and available on schedule. F: . F: Q I I! ' i I Serving coffee in her apartment after dinner, Mrs. Virginia Harryman, Associate Adviser, maintains a sincere interest in the men of Taylor House. 104 Front Row: Bruce Nordquist; William Chen; Richard Foss; Henry Stibitz; Doug Rudolf; Jack Sweet; Jerry Zalenka; Mike Barie; Juris Slehers. Second Row: Richard Jackson; David Scruggs; John Bauman; Richard Mill?; Brian Sanford; Mrs. Grace Cook; Jerry Alfano; Robert Kruger; Guillermo Herrera; Dan Kurtz; Rudecindo Gomez. Third Row: Gary Engelgau; John Shepanek; Don Sarin; Bill Mason; Stewart Gordon; George Vilson; Norwood Dixon; Dave Evans; Robert Huntsinger; Larry Wagner; David Rochna. Back Row: David Harris; Norman Komar; Fred Nott; Jerome Spevack; Samah Helal; Jim Dickey; Robert Kirby; John Korte; Eugene Lewis; Robert McCarty; Herb Trevarrow. MICHIGAN HOUSE Front Row: Gurney Pearsall; Louis Pang; John Kinsella; Paul Balanger; Alan Robbins; Charles Richm ond; Gus Coutsourakis; Joseph Brown; Alexander Leak; Thomas Donkin. Second Row: Glenn Dentel; Dennis VanAlst; Gerald Goldberg; Russell Lew; Henry Newlin; Brian Sanford; Mrs. Grace Cook; James Bakeman; James Keppy; Byron Sabin; Richard Roemer; William Smith; Gerald Covault. Third Row: Setsuo Masaki; William Beard; Larry Miller; Gerald VanDreummel; Philip McCarthy; Berthold Treiber; Larry Drollet; Macy Landau; Robert Tally; Elmer Zink; Andrew Bell: Nelson Howe; Jack Aurelia; David Basket; William Wine-miller: James Barden; Bradley Beam. Back Row: Roger Hunt; Sebastian Caro; Lyle Sensenbrenner; William Johnson; Rodney Hagenbuch; James Haller; Leonard Schlain; Allan Bramson; Gerald Valberg; Joseph Tizziani; Charles Thomas; Carl Sammelroth; Frank Willette; Lee Miller; Ralph DiDomenico, Jr. 105 MOSHER HALL mm Silver service and a centerpiece add a festive touch to the pleas- ant leisure of Sunday teas in the lounge. Front Row: Constance Sherman; Gloria Szweda; Elaine Borkowski; Margaret Stein; Verdia Wingate; Sally Garner. Second Row: Gwendolyn Huttenga; Carol Berger; Barbara Schanz, Helen Matoras; Janet Fradkin; Barbara Senate; Barbara Smith. Third Row: Carole Adams; Sharon Kass; Jennie Gibson; Jocelyn Feingold; Mary Taylor; Alice French; Alice Newton. Back Row: Ruth Cameron; Charlene Barnhill; Lila Kaplan; Dorothy Durst; Ann Singer; Phyllis Adelstein; Barbara Hecht. 106 HELEN NEWBERRY Front Row: Gretchen Karsch; Lois Klausner; Doris Bengtsson: Mary Jones; Judy Barnes; Dorothy O ' Brien; Janet Voyce; Barbara Hentschel; Marcia Flucke; Patricia Norton; Donna Hall. Second Row: Margaret Fletcher; Sara James; Ann Grettenberger; Coe Cookson; Anna Mills; Jane Hooker; Karen Angers: Jacqueline Johnson; Sylvia Rose; Patricia Wagon jack; Florence Lodge. Third Row: Janet Klein; Janet O ' Brien; Carol Carman: Grace Cool; Phyllis Sehaberg: June Hardisty; Eleanor Becker; Katherine Mooney; Shirley Eckwall: Patsy Lake; Mary McKenzie; Eliot Rowland: Judith Gamble. Back Row: Susan Fox; Cynthia Hardy; Martha Papo; Diane Fraser; Nancy Hornby; Diane Dowsett ; Doris Linton; Jean Storm; Elizabeth Benjamin; Julianne Marx; Virginia Mussin; Charlotte Gleeson; Carol Kirshner . ' toon Front Row: Catherine Eckennan: Mary Reinholz; Bonita Fisher; Mary Baird: Lyda Sullivan: Carol Foote; Maureen Lair; Joy Squires; Coralyn Fitz; Lynn Markus; Donna Hanson. Second Row: Avis Lowery; Margaret Davis; Clarice Miotti; Barbara Toepfer; Jean Crocker; Elizabeth Evans; Marilyn Francis; Angela Suino: Patricia Ashbaugh; Zdenka Ptak: Marjorie Putnam. Third Row: Arija Brekte; Dianne Crpwell; Carol McKillop; Judith Dodge; Lois Fennig: Patricia Johnston; Marjorie Hammond; Carolyn Predmore; Lorraine Stasak; Winifred Feingold; Judith Mann; Jan Rau; Marjorie Becker; Ann Heystek. Back Row: Jeanne Seitz; Mary Ann Garcia; Ann Marshall; Kae Colladay; Gwen Wortinger; Dorothy Chacarestos; Laura Webber; Carolyn Wysocki; Wanda Perelli; Rosalin Gackstetter; Barbara Kneale; Lois Steinberger; Trese Quarderer. 107 Front Row: Grace Marden; Lenore Gildemeister; Marcea Sherman; Barbara Rule; Gayle Turner; Winifred Strock; Judith Shapiro. Second Row: Linda Goodman; Marilyn Altman; Marjorie Robbing; Helene Schneider; Margaret Kausch; Carol Klick; Esther Richter; Marilyn Deitch; Ruth Bassichis; Lois Gold berg. Third Row: Suzanne Victor; Linda Nelson; Jolynn Wiggins; Jean Antrobius; Joan Duryee; Nancy Wolf; Ann Elderman; Sandra Schechter; Carolyn Vogel; Linda Ascher; Louise Ruchman. Back Row: Ellen Mayer; Jeannette Tobie; Joyce Millig; Margaretta Dascalos; Deane Meisner; Beverly Brown; Patricia Morton; Mary Lue Condon; Jeanne Sykes; Helen Mendelson; Joanne Anderson. PALMER HOUSE Front Row: Barbara Watson; Norma Newell; Haniett Davis; Barbara Mitchell; Roberta Ewing; Ann Rothman; Rosemary Micks; Shelby Key well; Martha Himmelhoch; Rosalind Eagleson; Lillian Bickert; Mary Reed. Second Row: Ruth Goehner; Nancybelle Shelky; Barbara Greiner; Judith Richman; Joyce Zuieback; Joan Mason; Rosara Wine; Joan Mack; Carol Schmier; Miss Susan Lock- wood; Bonnie Silberman; Ann Risman; Nancy Amberson. Third Row: Diane Koppin; Ann Garland; Cynthia Levin; Mary Bert Born- stein; Irma Brollier; Janis Boltz; Susan Friedman; Ellen Leonard; Merla Samuels; Betty Thompson; Mary Jean Passman; Laila Sadi; Deborah Carl; Sharlene McClintic; Judith Bordin. Back Row: Eleanor Perry; Betty Bidigari; Barbara Satlow; Mina Shulman; Ann Rutledge; Jeannette Cameron; Elaine Steiger; Dorothy Cellentani; Magdalen Eggerling; Bonnie Fessell; Jorene Johnson; Linda Wolf; Diane Shaver; Carole Lageson; Lynne Shapman; Joan Callaway; Barbara Packer; Erna Betty Rundman. I n Front Row: Anne Grossman: Barbara Hiss; Joyanne Gray; Betty Shuptrine; Lois Yandell. Second Row: JoAnn Geitz; Elynor Popovich; Sandy Hoffman; Brenda Wehbring; Shirlee Clark; Sharon Chynoweth; Ebba Jalaya; Carol Jaeger; Miss Margaret Sloman. Third Row: Carole Hackett; Catherine Clark: Mary-Kay Bewalda; Nancy Thompson; Patricia Barnes; Susan Edwards; Lynette Ferrell; Pat Siros- key; Doris Anderson; Jane Fennel. Back Row: Xorma Bennis; Elaine Diamon; Lois Lamdin; Sylvia Levi; Geraldine Beck; Bune Roth- bart; Sadie Godo; Ruth Johnson; Helen Schols; Carol Guy; Lois Ash. PRESCOTT HOUSE Front Row: Ellisia Sprynsky; Jean Nichols; Grace Cheney; JoAnn Ropeta; Janet Dixner. Second Row: Xorma Cline; Clarice Wilks; Maye Stern; Jean Cavanaugh; JoAnne Osmond; Janet Ruft ' ner; Ann Trench; Sandra Task; Margaret White. Third Row: Patricia Hanson; Helen Gudemoos; Beverly Reid; Barbara Enright; Clara Matych; Karen Grooms; Barbara Anderson: Glenda Heath; Virginia Lang; Janet Tuttle. Back Row: Harriet Cohen; Lois Shultz; Barbara Peshkin: Linda Brozan; Sally Dorr; Ann Cohn; Judith Goldstein; Carole Schwartz; Sheila Drezner; Ann Bromberg. r S Front Row: Brooks Sitterly; Gordon Jacobs; Ben Wise; George Googasian; Ronald Karpanty; Richard VanGemert; Kenneth Dufresne; William Stewart; Carleton Heist. Second Row: John Stevenson; Jerry Thornton; Jack Kelly; Henry Baylis; James Weitzman; Tom Cleveland; Donald Gilger; James Lutz; Robert Fear; William Kraznick; Allan Kalt; John Ohrenberger; John Stuart. Third Row: Kmil Gathmann; Allan Orange; Richard Austin; Mindaugas Balanda; Ross Debosky; John Kober; Tony Hoffman; Lewis Burnham: Paul Lay; Fred Bjork; Al Pugno; Michael Gordon; John Walper. Back Row: Jim ' Buzzell; Harold Poindexter; Dean Richardson; Michael Arent; Charles Waldron; Richard Stanley; Richard Winkler; Steven Taylor; Walter Galloway; Thomas Ray; Stanley Zax; James Glas- pie; Lawrence Smith. REEVES HOUSE Front Row: Lee Jorgenson; Dick Moline; Peter Schauer; William Millar; Robert Weisman; Robert Stahl; Robert Luft; Richard Ray; John Ronan; Richard Cramer. Second Row: Philip Rice; James Rennell; Julius Anderson; Stepehen Fordell; Robert Harger; William Helms; Mrs. Clark; Albert Pearlman; Michael Kanoch; Richard Leavitt; Sim Gordon; Lawrence Palzewiecz; Norman Beauchamp. Third Row: Donald Carek; John Kutt; Charles Lynch; David Collier; Carol Tresselt; Paul Foster; Harry Walker; Robert Dossett; John Sharp; James Isbister; Mark Outcalt; John Sonneborn; Philip Maloney: Frank Provinzano. Back Row: Carl Werner; William Leicht- man; Robert Myers; George Zuckerman; Robert Messner; Kenneth Burgess; Charles Saxon; Hugh Johnson; Charles Rubin; Thomas Klein; Arnold Zeff; Michael McGrath; Robert BosHoven; Larry Weisman; Dallas Kytonick; Marvin Starman. 110 Front Row: Edwin Rathbone; John Ferris; Theophile Wybrecht; Craig Ballinger; Joel Katzin; Lawrence Morton; Clinto Cox; John Sebaly; Arthur Cavin; Donald Kilgore. Second Row: Warren Sherman; John Shepherd; John Wargelin: Martin Adelman; Alvin Rez- nik; Richard Burt: Fiank Schwartz; James Gripe; Paul McKelvey; Michael Rubin; James Elsman. Third Row: James Gessner; William Powell: Raymond Maginn: Richard Fowler; Johnson Woods: Kim Gardey; Cowan Ercwn; Ecbert Kump: Hamann; Jerry Smith; James Brady; Ronald Kilgore. Back Row: Emile Riley; Joel Berger; David O ' Brien; William Barlow; Danny Bedsole; Theo- dore Roumell; Charles Crowell; Marshall Rosenberg; Walter Schrenk; Marvin Burke; Martin Klein; John Emanuelsen. SCOTT HOUSE Front Row : Terence Small ; James Laughlin; James Baad; Don Cameron: David Newman: Ronald Gest : Sherman Chessler; John Maurer; Charles Schrader; Peter Eckstein; Raphael Pevos; Robert Budae: Richard Mayer: John Barrett. Second Row: Irwin Adflson; Norton Steuben; Leon Monroe; Robert. Yampolsky; Lawrence Kersten; Shelbon Ginns; Joseph Kosik; Mrs. Wood; Ralph Puchalski; Charles Kriser; James Vratny; George Mason; Robert King; Richard Root. Third Row: Thomas Storm; Neill Peters; Michael Wood; Jon Ryall; John Collins; Gordon Sheldon; Frederick Fensch; Albert Smallman; Robert Kirkbride; Bernard Rinella; Peter Tillotson; James Donohue; James Dawson; Ralph Ramelme ier; Thomas Mazanec; David Price. Back Row: Nelson Thomas; Edwin Murbach; Stuart Meek; David Symons; Victor Walton; David Weine: Fred Wilson; Harold Borkin: Michael Goldberg; Dolf Bass; Richard Spindle; Sidney Yip; John Blaser; Robert Lauer; Lewis Engman; Richard McGhee. h STOCKWELL HALL Even in a Stockwell converted single where one must hang more decorative drapes over uniform khaki curtains, there is always room for a gathering, particularly a third and fourth. I v i, I Front Row: Mary Lee Dingier; Patricia Wright; Carol Bernstein, Geraldine Posen; Nancy Leffingwell ; Jo Burgess. Second Row: Joyce Reuben; Marion Blakeslee; Carol Kritt; Nancy Schaft ' ner; Maiy Poore; Mary Woodworth. Third Row: Catherine Campbell; Elinor Kahn; Helen Long; Jeanette Grimm; Lynette Peters; Jacqueline Davie; Catherine Stomos; Frances Truman. Back Row: Martha Johnson; Tobye Davidson; Margaret Centala, Jean Irwin; Marilyn Wilbur; Marjorie Clifford; Gitta Gosziniak; Mickey Gendell; Carole Shanberg. STRAUSS HOUSE Front Row: Robert Jones; Richard Billiard; Walter Xewton; Chris Wilhoit; Michael Jamgochian; Thomas Croucher; David Endicott; Dwight Xewton. Second Row: William Surridge; Duane LaMoreaux; Charles Broecker; William Mosher; Robert Warrick; Mrs. Eva McKi-iizie; Robert Baker; Donald Licbreich; Conrad Gilewski; Sol Rosen; Roger Dalton. Third Row: Peter Vandervoort; Ralph Goldberg; George Majoros; John Gat-bier; John Erickson; Donald Spiekerman; James Gray; Mark Angeli; Robert Fountanesi; William Adams; James White; Bernard Tolpin. Back Row: Jack Holbrook; Donald Briggs; John Dawson; Bernard Bogdon; George Lempio; Paul Brower; Robert Portere; Raymond Laakaniemi; Roderick Stafford; Robert Gardner; Wsewolod Hnatczuk. Front Row: Akira Sasahara; Charles Rhodes; Peter Zimels; Jerry Monticello; Mitchell Rycus; Charles Cremin; Jack Meagher; Clinton Stimpson; Frederick Osborn; Thomas Toft. Second Row: Gust Deloglos; Keith Kepler; Ronald Stacilauskas; Peter Berland; Bruce Brunson; Alvin Klein: Mrs. Eva McKenzie; Charles Maki; Gerald Brumm; John DeMallie; Wallace Platts; Arthur Gehrard; William Hall. Third Row: Robert Baker; Joseph Talbot; Peter Koerts: Laurence Mieras; Edward Locker; Robert Polkinghorn; James Ellis; Peter Washabaugh; Louis Hartesvelt; Johathan Beck; Joseph Miller; Chris Krueger; Allen Benson; Peter Leemon; Clarence Gobrpgge; Robert Warrick. Back Row: Rinaldo Ignagni; Paul Otter; John Poletti; Forrest Williams; John Suhr; Robert Xeaves; Marvin Siegel; Roger Wilkins; Lawrence Eckoff; David Gerarduzzi; Richard Stewart; Michael Lammers; Frank Balle. 113 Front Row: Ralph Gregory; Carl Karaba; Richard Bennett; Donald Kamin; Stanley Head; Donald Mason; Philip Novack; Hareus Hendershott; Peter Early; Wallace Ardussi; Joseph Ogden; Arnold Raskin; David Guerra; Wolfgang Schunter. Second Row: Henry Pontious; Bert Bez; Donald Dunton; Ronald Brooker; Lawrence Wilk; Warren Kennedy; Richard Wohlford; Lawrence Bizer; Nicholas Havinga; Charles Sacquety; Tom Thomas; Mark Menzel; James McDonald; Robert Jones. Third Row: Michael Miller; Philip Ragains; John McCarus; James Hogan; John Hungerford; James Ebert; John VanBlarcom; Donald Sproat; Richard Tinney; Brock Dew; James Eltringham; Craig Smith; Harold Grisoni; Jeremy Johnson. Back Row: Morris Wyman; Donald Scherer; James Wittenberg; Nino Masnari; Donald Patterson: Michael Freeman; Marshall Badt; William Corson; Joseph Silver; Lawrence Levine; James Shingleton; James Larkin; Allan Krafve; William French; Sidney Mayer. TAYLOR HOUSE Front Row: Thomas Glaza; Jack Roth; Robert Griffith; James Perkins; Peter Pritchard; Roger Danford; John Macht ; Bruce VanDerveer; George Stathopoulos; Eugene Chardoul; Albert Meyer; James Dayies; Michael Cohen; Robert Burns; Gordon Parker. Second Row: Daniel Goodrich; Richard Lewis; Thomas Dent; Homer Nahabetian; George Stanciu; Otto Blendin; John Skaisgir; William Jensen; Claude Robinson; Charles Murdoch; Richard Rotz; Gordon VanOtteren; Henry Donald; Harvey Bailey; Daniel Pro vine; Walter Klinge. Third Row: Dan Chapel; John Bilspn; Charles Hocking; Harold Rossen; Richard _Gaskill; L Albert Svec; Walter TrittipojJVilfrid Hufton ; Thomas Jones; Frederick Crafts; Stuart I Johnston; Jay Tavarozzi; , , -x " ' ' Robert Braunstein; Joseph DeCook; Vf.rnon Nahrgang; Robert Gumming; Ralph Duggan; James Byers; George Sherman; Lowell Rifas; Samuel Ching; Douglas Holden; John Akpabio. Front Row: Mary Shehan; Penelope Adams; Raya Stern; Joan Ladd; Shirley Grundy. Second Row: Mildred Gleeson; Elizabeth Sny- der; Martha Rasch: Joan Jackson; Mrs. Wonder; Janet Spencer; Lois Peisachow; Natalie Grodnick: Marilyn Mattis. Third Row: Geraldine May; Janice Cole; Marilyn Dodge; Edith Heupel; Dorothy Jerneycic: LuBell; Judith Palmer; Suzanne Reasoner; Francine Feldman: Barbara Knowles; Migdalia Martinez. Back Row: Constance Anderson; Marjorie Lazor; Jacqueline Orr; Susan Smith; Marilyn Whitman; Suzanne Verb; Barbara Perlman; Donna Caplin; Janice Titsworth. TYLER HOUSE Front Row: Marcia Lorch; Kathryn Protzman; Nancy Homeister; Jeanne Leland; Rosalind Shlimovitz. Second Row: Anne Savell; Dorothy Diehl; Joan Kustodowich; Mary Monkoski: Mrs. Wonder; Mrs. Passmore; Helen Lusko; Shirlee Diamond; Mary Piguet. Third Row: Patricia Pavlik; Lorraine Leonelli; Ann Lunsford; Patricia Gardner; Jane Long; Jean Richards; Nancy Plastow; Mary Hendry; Carol Friebolin; Sally Steenhusen. Back Row: Joyce Richardson; Kathleen Taylor; Kathleen Truemmer; Linda Brockie; Sara Gullette; Ilene Pavlove; Elizabeth Yeaw; Francis Shaffer; Patricia Wood; Ann Kimpton; Mary Hope; Elaine Smith. Front Row: Paul Maker; Richard Annable; Robin Ollivier; Gary Sandal]; Martin Schiefer; Thomas Lajiness; Forest Minger. Second Row: Herbert Luke; Wayne Arner; Kdmond Clarke; William Russell; Elliot Murray; Mrs. Jean Bailey; John Hatton; Morton Sogaard; Arnold Sarya; Xorman Heller. Third Row: Robert Brown; Paul Kerastas; Allon McGlothlen; Sherwood Dusterwinkle; Arthur Eggert : HaroldLynde; Allen Krynicki; James Hedburg; Ernest Nagle; Jack Rice; Henry Appelman; Clancy McKenzie; Walter Gut chess; Wil- liam Lynn. Back Row: Thomas Rowlson; Stuart Pernick; Jack Roth; David Johnson; Roger Lichon; Wayne Lehr; Carl Jordon; Henry Baker; Gordon Britz; John Mannix; Edward Roda; Carl Herkimer; Ronald Green; George Keefer; David Amos; Robert Sawicki; John Sander; Ned Miller. f: - VANTYNE HOUSE Front Row: Winston Bell; Jerry Martinson; Fred Murray; Michael Rosenberg; James Pullin; Anthony Dobey; James Clovis; Charles Neff; Albert Krill; Michael Sloan; Marion Sierachi; Frank Fifo; Scot Dykema. Second Row: Gordo_n LaVanway; Bruce Franklin; Galen Lefferts; John Loeb; John Harlan; Arthur Kangas; James Aurand; Richard Bloss; William Martin; Howard Ellis; Sylvere Hou- ques-Fourcade; William Hodge; Bernie Tautz. Third Row: William Dalgliesh; William Fouts; Robert Pumfery; Cleveland Turner; Robert Hughes; Garnett Hegeman; Janson Stevens; Conval Hornburg; Lawrence Schreiber; Ronald Perry; Paul McKee; William Rich- mond; Victor Nelson; Glen Bachelder. Back Row: Kenneth Rutherford; Richard Either; Robert Herceg; David Eisonmsin; Leonard Kalanowski; Anthony Ottaviano; Thomas Morcom; Frank Pletyak; John Davidson; Roland Steubner; Robert Shutz; Kent Biel; Thomas Cook; James Robertson; Thomas Burns: Kerry Johnson. h . i OgjJJO -t i {. I 116 ' " . Front Row: Sally Ayling, Janet Myers, Eleanor Tindall, Doris Koan, Barbara Mason, Roberta McQuiston, Carolyn Griesing, Linda Simon. Second Row: Mary Akrigg, Dorothy Brown, Margaret Prickett; Eleanor Thibedeau; Sylvia Herrera; Miss Lauielle O ' Leary; Julie Sage; Gertrude Parnes: Deana Kleiner; Helene Brender: Romance Fredrichs. Third Row: Mary Clexton, Elda Evans, Miriam Arron, Patricia Lloyd; Sandra Cohen; Judith Goddess; Selma Rosenfield; Susan Kaplan; Charlotte Frank; Mary Ryan; Carolyn Awtry; Darlene Kopf: Carole Davis. Back Row: Alice Rice; Sylvia Baum; Carole Mitnick; Margaret Jock; Joyce Booth; Judith Jerhoeven; Alice Adelman; Sharon Cohn; Sue Bleyer; Margaret Michner; Winnefred Wohllebe; Ruth Verduin; Barbara Kliesrath. VICTOR VAUGHAN Front Row: Barbara Hayohan; Mary Godfrey; Angela Saleh; Xancy Hartt; Peggy Maclver; Ruth Mossner; Margaret Durant; Judy Shagrin; Anne Morrow; Fronda Kennedy; Robin Springette; Barbara Jaworski. Second Row: Audrey Dorstewitz; Cynthia Xoiton; Gail Key well, Carole Bachman; Annette Robbins; Miss Esther Brown; Beverly Robbing; Terry Asher; Gisela Luque; Jeanette Bednarsh; Vera Siegel; Mary Kamen; Kay Jordan. Third Row: Marianne Peltier; Gloria Fowler; Patricia Fletcher; Patricia Gismondi; Patricia Clancy; Suzanne Sharrer; Anita Hatch; Jane Coburn; Eleanor Schonfeld; Margo Pauly; Mary Fosnaught; Eleanor Goldman; Judy Frankenfield; Janet Wellman; Carol Hart wig; Bessie Grivas; Elizabeth Neuberger; Sandra Lerner. Back Row: Lucy Miller; Ann Mc- Dougall; Barbara Wieczorowski ; Mary Bauer; Beverly Riley; Mary Lease; Ruth Sease; Mary Anne McCormick; Elizabeth Nelson; Hclaine Becker; Elizabeth Riddle; Judith Brown; MyraTopliss; Diana Bredendieck; Jeanette Driscoll; Margaret Kiesel; Donna Johnson. 117 WENLEY HOUSE Front Row: Ronald Bunncll; Martin Abbrecht; Robert Osintoski; Rolf Hartung; Stanley Kulakowski; Alan Brown. Second Row: Richard Cowles; Larry Dodd; Joseph Santa; James Corbett; James Morosky; Thomas Hartin; Robert Stewart; Bruce Bennett; Ronald Malcolm; Wallas Lynn. Third Row: Daniel Kornacki; Paul Dygert; James Wilcox; Howard Walker; Hans Baumgardt; Xorman Ziel- iiski; Douglas Amacher; George Petrie; Malcolm Fergusson; Herbert Greening. Back Row: Morton Krasmet; Peter Rottenbucher; Robertson Augustine; Richard Dodd; Ted Xaugle; Howard Davis; Ronald Rosenthal; Fiank Haynes; Malcolm Walker; Henry Rosen- baum. Front Row: Donald Johnson; Joseph Bugeia; Robert Boyd; Donald Kimball; Judd Patterson; Stanley Kwasiborski; David Hamil; James Brewbaker; Jay Victor. Second Row: Orrin Bush; Louis Colasacco; Jack Strong; Lee Castleman; Richard Criger; Daly Mac- ); Mrs. Eva McCormick (Associate Advisor); Allen Mandelstramm (Resident Adviser); Alvin Michaels; grayne (Assistant Adviser), Donald Murwin; Raymond McFadden; William GafFney. Third Row: Dale Hofman; Willys Mueller; David Hubly; Phillip Rotche; Doyne Jackson; Joseph Jerkins; William Davis; John Corcoran; Bruce Clemenz: Warren Pelton; Donald Larson; Eddie Mull; Robert Dulude; Laurence Lieberman. Fourth Row: William Drake; Walter Chestnut; Gerald Rigg; Thomas Stranberg; Sanford Marlott; Lawrence Curtiss; Ronald Holbrook; Ernest Kozmo; John Harrison; Richard Dulude; Phillip Oles; David Engelbert. Back Row: James Hunter; Mervyn Gerson; Victoi Peckham; Stewart Chastain; Sherwood Berman; Paul Kors; Fred Schaen; Rolla Baumbartner; James Callahan; Wayne Hart; Kent Chernetski. 118 K ' WILLIAMS HOUSE Front Row: David Transue; Charles Jennings; Jim Friedman; Bruce Terry; Lian-Kai Lim; Kim Sun Hyoo; Irwin Hicks. Second Row: Dale Gierthy; Tom Johnson; Jim Schmidt; David Mishel; Mrs. Ailing; Tom Dick; Bill Leibengood; Gerald Boyd; Roy Home; Dale Priester. Third Row: Al Rideout; Robert McCarthy; Sam Mallory; Gilbert Wolter; Robert Lester; Harlan Givelber; Ronald Coosaia; Sam Leventhol; Robert Dunsky; Boyd Bosnia. Back Row: Koh Kawewaga; Al Tochet; Mike Mocinsky; Robert Raz; Bob Chapman; Walter Corteg; Ronald Rifle; Gary Miner; Jim Dennamy; Tom Milford; Loyd Nolan; Jim Eckenrod; Bill Cook. Front Row: Ron Oechsle; John Fisher; David Wallingford; Bill Mikle; Charles Bankcroft; Rupert Cotter; Sam Ching; Karl Marsh; Jim Segesta; Glen Smith. Second Row: Alan Dover; Frank Verbeke; Carl Pingel; George Xokes; Mrs. Ailing; Pete Goldstein, Presi- dent; John Steiner; Bill Berlin; Norm Rotter; Tony Hirt; Phil Hill. Third Row: Leonard Latcher; Andy Dickson; Al Larson; William Yang; John Quigley; John Hillyer; Ken Fisher; Tom Sieb; Phil Graf; Bill Lountz; Francis Bellil; Bob Crosby; George Telmpus; Roger Daniels; John Lucas. Back Row: Phil Yen; Mike Meridith; Jim Feiedman; Ben Ginyard; Bruce Terry; Bill Perkins; Marlin Bussey; Peter Calkins; David Henry; Harold Bibb; Jerry Jenecke; John Leslie; Gene Smith; Robert Armbruster. 119 I I Front Row: Kent Olsen; John Sheldon; Richard Michalik; Harry Kincaid; Donald Dudgeon; Douglas Gunkcl; Robert Hartlein. Sec- ond Row: Joseph Bruckman; Burr Joslin; David Kiplinger; Paneracio Palling; John Elder; Mrs. W. H. Lytle; George Baihak; James Bauch; Russell Dodge; Marc Goldberg; Stephen Harper. Third Row: William Seils; Robert Karcheviski; John Sikorski; Frank Bracy; Rudolph Blatt; Carl Lindow; Michael Reh; Roger Carter; Robert Steinke; Richard Thombs. Back Row: Hugh West; Fred Ormand; John Van Haften; Gerhard Grunwald; James McClelland; Wellington Stevens II; Dale Morrissey ; Gerald Taylor; Edward Becker. ILL HOUSE Front Row: Joseph Schneider; Juo-Chiew Quan; Edward McDermott; Daniel Anbe; Robert Linde; Mrs. W. H. Lytle; George Wilhelm; Patrick Carrier; Leo Angelos; Robert Worline; Eduardo Sevilla. Second Row: Rudolph Mancini: Edward Knorr; Eugene Odell; Charles Ciotti; David Deuter; Ronald Sandilands; Somsiddhi Vudtithornetiraks; Thomas Taylor; Richard Daum. Back Row: Paul Romero; Robert Reilly; Tin Myint L ' ; Stuart McClelland; Theodore Treiber; Buzz Stevens; George Houchens; John Pasquill; John Beaudoin; Robert Tomlinson. ' - ADELIA CHEEVER In the widely publicized sub-basement of pro-prohibition Adelia Cheever, there still survives a still, great tourist attraction for those who appreciate antiques of rare vintage. Front Row: Marie Greimel; Eleanor Shinohara; Margaret Scott; Joan Kadri: Barbara Millbrook; Maryjane Ernst: Orpha Merrill. Second Row: Illene Hunley; Elizabeth Tassone; Helen Weaver; Mrs. Gladys Vorys; Jean Underwood; Anne Rayl; Anne Gould; Mar- jorie Wright. Third Row: Joan Case; Lil Lampinen; Joan Grucza; Betty Cross; Gina Rovedo; Karen Snyder; Carol Hillman; Dietlind Hermes: Bertha BoldyrefT; Esther Hefman: Pat Sinesio: Cora Carver. 121 FLETCHER HALL Boasting one of the few remaining nickel Coke machines on campus, the coeds who live in Fletcher Hall prepare their own meals and tread the up-hill path to campus which rivals the walk to the Diag from the Hill in length. Front Row: Alexandra Trcptc, Alice Antler; Muriel Claflin. Second Row: Marjory Tomchuck; Ann Chen; Pat Bubel; Shirlee Weber; Judith Slater. Back Row: Mary Reshetar; Alma Volpe; Janice Warner; Marjory Brooks; Dee Sobczynski. II hi I WEST QUAD COUNCIL Front Row: Walter Williams; Norvel Hubbel; Hans Petting; Alan Arms; David Huhly. Second Row: Nancy Colquitt; James Bauch; John Surbis, president; Alan Daver; Eleanor Hagler. Back Row: Edward Knorr; William Mueller; Jack Hale; Kenneth Graham; Nelson Howe; Dale Rice; David Caplan. 123 A rendezvous after football games, a comfortable spot for study, and a convenient place for piano practice, the modern lounges of South Quadrangle provide the comfort of foam rubber luxury. SOUTH QUAD COUNCIL Front Row: Jim McClurg; Henry Baylis; Jerry Gray; Al P earlman; Richard Bloss. Second Row: Richard Kabakor; William King; Arthur Kangas, president; John Harlan; John Emanuelsen; George Mason. Back Row: Arthur Bady; Ted Roumell; George Osius; James Aurand; Richard Snyder; Dwight Kraai; Joseph Betts. 124 Educators assert that the din of a radio reduces studying efficiency, but South Quad residents claim that spurts of static are more disturbing than the wildest Dixieland. Stretching nine stories, the newest quadrangle is a community in itself. Drawn magnetically by classes to the campus, its residents block the Union intersection with bicycles and groups of pedestrians every hour on the hour. 125 The walls of quadrangle rooms begin each fall as barren expanses of plaster, but as the semester and the crises of education and so- ciety wear on, a collection of hanging pennants, programs, sched- ules, and mementos soon bedeck the rooms. Music in the lounge is " verboten " during quiet hours, but infrequent playtime attracts considerable talent and an audience only too pleased to participate. 126 Front Row: Charles Straayer; Gary Boe; Robert Warrick; David P ndicott. Second Row: Mr. Lucasse; Janet Snow; Ralph McCormick; Eunice Coleman; Jerry Mohrig. Third Row: Barry Xeft; Shirlee Diamond; Mary Monkoski; Shirley Clark; Gerald Delene. Back Row: James Evans; William Weber; Charles Jones; Peter Knoblock. EAST QUAD COUNCIL Operation Ransom, basement expansion program at East Quad, will finish a three-room radio station as well as council and practice rooms. 127 Contrary to rumor, league houses do not shelter only those who registered too late. Personalized furnishings and a clientele that remains relatively intact, tends to give the house a character above and beyond temporary housing or even a more permanent dormitory. Residents may retain their independence and at the same time enjoy the intimacy of a small group, not to mention the brisk trudge from campus. CO-OP AND LEAGUE HOUSES 128 EVANS SCHOLARS Evans Scholars, students attending the University on golf scholarships, form a foresome to shine up the woods, during the winter lull when snow covers Ann Arbor ' s links. Front Row: William Haney; Donald Janovvski; Matthew Shadeck; Morton Cohen; Bernard Lucci: Donald Bradley; Gary Badoud. Second Row: Paul Mundinger; James Dygert. president: Harold Wolf, advisor; Roland Zagnoli, executive advisor; Timothy Reardon; David Setiz; Richard Selvala. Third Row: Robert Wrona; George Hoaglin: Tony Drabik; John Schubeck; Michael Vzelae; Gerhard Mueller; Steven Vzelae; Russell Bucci; Earl James Wiley; Robert Davis. Back Row: James Haug; Frank Mahalak; John Hirtzel; Robert Stevens; Ian MacDonald: John Stroh: Robert Kent; Gerald Heind; George Hess: James Owens. 129 GED DES HOUSE Front Row: Kay Wilson; Audrey Xewton; Margaret Patterson; Lenora Loebar; Jeanette Shappell; Sylvia Zuck. Second Row: Sandy Bissonette; Karen Brochocka; Joan Katsock; Mrs. Leidy: Arlene Honess; Laverne Bierwat; Carol Moore. Back Row: Mary Lou Whit- ney; Eileen Harmer; Yoshie Izumi; Janet Lambert; Judy Haswell; Jean Harmon; Carol Frey; Florence Danby; Sylvia Holtz. Until educational television becomes more promi- nent on the airwaves, homework must be tuned to commercial channels. 130 mam Front Row: Shirley Croog; Joan Rajczi; Verna Brownlee; Barbara Barren; Judy Barich. Second Row: Elaine Kuhovski: Barbara Gourley; Mrs. Elsie Paull; Joanne Blechu: Patricia Pemberton; Katherine Stott. Third Row: Laura Tweedie; Jean Isaacson; Sue Thomas; Gertrude Anschuetz; Mary Blair: Marianne Sippola; Ann McKinzie; Patricia Rosman Twing. Back Row: Dora Pierce; Patricia Baskins; Joan Bianchi; Sonia Valler; Elaine Bush; Bernadine Miller; Janet Mason; Carol Fischer. HENDERSON HOUSE NELSON INTERNAT ' L HOUSE Front Row: Akiro Vshio: Louise Yarm an: Mrs. Kirkwood Yarman; Christine Yarman; Alcides Xarvaez; Diedrick Snoek, president. Second Row: Benjamin Santos; Hirozo Seo; George Kuwayama; Sheldon Meyers; Mya Maung; Mickey Marimoto; Joan Laansma; Kdgar Su. Third Row: Xick Ajay; Muhammad Afzal; Krishna Reddy; Hans Schulte; Carter Pate; James Stanback; S. Allan Murch. Back Row: Mehmet Kirca; Hirohide Hinomoto; Richard Phillips; Harry Kim; John Palmer; Wan Mun Chung; Than Tin. Front Row: Paul Dunn; Kay Eggieston: Mary Joan Anderson; Ellen Price; Stewart Hunter. Second Row: Hal Boyne; Dorothy Hin- richs; Arthur Wilner; Klaine Veti ' iigle; Stefan Vail; Luther Buehele; Christian do la Menardiere. Back Row: Richard Clark; Arthur Gomez; Wilbur Wright; Paul Strauss; Richard Bruce; Paul Basch. CO-OP COUNCIL The work schedule has evidently designated dustpan duties to these two of the fifty resi- dents of the John Nakamura House. Each member contributes four hours ' work each week shoveling coal, cooking, washing dishes and keeping the house shipshape. 132 First place in Fortnite and participation in Skit- nite are testimony to the spirit possible when twenty-five get together under one roof. Hobhs House residents also hang a mean sprig of mistle- toe. . ' ' ' . ' t, CO-OP CANDIDS The keystone of the cooperative housing system, the Robert Owen House furnishes office space for the Interco-op Council which coordinates the activities and government of cooperatives. When the studies and week ' s housework are completed there is always time for chess at the Michigan House, right. - ; V 1 " 133 AFFILIATES In a moment the lady with the candle will lead her sisters in returning the fraternity ' s serenade. Pinning ceremonies vary from house to house, but singing and solemnity are always a part of the momentous occasion. 134 Grinning gourmandes surround " Coop, " chief cook and pillar of the House. Rows of rolls are the least of his cuisine. Another delectable dish is the lovliest lady of them all, the newly-crowned queen of the mudbowl beauty contest. IFC Christmas parties open fraternity doors to Ann Arbor ' s small fry. Sororities usually pro- vide Education majors to supervise games and referee. 135 Front Row: Galen Lefferts; Chris Salvo; Michael Whitegold II; John Denton; Maurice Miller. Second Row: David Hecht; Victor Hillard; Richard Xeil; Richard Strickland; William McElfresh; Max Roensch. Third Row: David Reynolds; John Hickman; Xeal Hillerman; Roy Wetterholt; David Zerbel; Xorman Brink; Curtis Atkisson. Fourth Row: Charles Wickman; John Arms; Charles Blaekett; Thomas Platt; Thomas Tuttle; Kingsley Joneson; Richard Meyer; William Fox; Emerson Hibbard. Back Row: Rolf Scharen- berg; John Galbreath; Duane Dunlaf; David Dow; Richard Xyberg; Eric Aupperle; Leonard McCalla; Jame s McCormick; Pa trick Fischer; Donald Walker. ACACIA Gee, You ' ve Got a Funny-looking Face! In stadiums or backyards, football goes well with fall afternoons, particularly with inter-house competition in the wind. Acacia politely accommodates passer-by who seems to have put his head in for a light. 136 Notes are in evidence here, but apparently the sisters would rather be regaled by some shaggy rug stories. A Chi O ' s could study at the dining room tables after hours if the kitchen, coffee pot and cups were not so close. ALPHA CHI OMEGA Oh, Shooby Dooby! r Front Row: Claudia Walters; Mary Ann Baker; Anita Houie; Xaney Somers; Marijane Potter; Justine Hoffman. Second Row: Patricia Hurt: Judy Frankenfield; Shirley Maloney: Diane Duncan; Linnea Swanson, Margie Vance; Margie Wyler; Virginia Scott; Barbara Sanregret; Xary Guernsey: Xancy Haarer; Janet Garret. Third Row: Rosemary Warnemuende; Virginia Lee; Marcia Boothe; Carol Hers hey; Mary Sue Fleming: Dorothy Philip, president; Julie Bowles; Dianne Keyport; Anne Campbell; Suzanne Gilbert; Janet Bur- well, Peggy Hubbard. Fourth Row: Shirley Worrell: Margaret Morang; Mary Jane Gillespie; Barbara Harris; Judy Drake: Patt Drake; Marcie Molyneaux; Jean Supernaw; Joan Lerne; Jackie Povenz. Fifth Row: Patricia Carroll; Alice Rants; Barbara Brown; Jean X ' ewell; Patricia Ruggles; Sylvia Malecki; Ann Brager-Larson ; Barbara Clark; Sally Engel; Sue Harkin. Back Row: Xancy Colwell; Dorothy Ojala: Eleanor Hooper; Mary Slawson; Mary Zair; Alice Robertson; Cynthia Xicholas; Erina Olsson; Susan Armstrong; Betty Brown; Mary Dietrich: Ann Titterington; Sonja Janich: Martha Taugher: Ann Todd: Helen Louise Jones. ALPHA DELTA PHI Lunchmeat Front Row: Phil Rentschler; William Herrera; Bob Boyd; Brian Fingerle; Dick Fierstine; John Richcn; Don Denbrayen. Second Row: Jim Ryan; John Grant; Ed Swanson; Jim Durand; Chuck Drake; Bill TenBroek; Ken Misar; Chuck Webber; Jim Kicker; Charles Wagner. Third Row: Dick Jones; Xels Jenson; Jon Maier; David Lundquist; Tom d ' Arcambal; Bob Durand; Gordon Moore; Roy Deng; Larry Brown; Dick Hayman. Back Row: Bob Schleh; Bob Brown; Tom Conlin; John Morit ; Bill Housmann; Lawrence Dooge; Ed Ackerman; Lloyd Mason; Gil Schafer; Fernando Camacho; Dick Erwine; Stanley Seiffert. Months of hard labor lay behind a successful rushing season, with emphasis placed on even the smallest details, i.e., a life-like record rack over the fireplace. Group singing and the operation of a Zippo receive special stress. N X 1 ft t f It ft i t t " f t I ill,: . Front Row: Dorothy McElroy; Mama Morris; Marjorie Rout; Sue Stickels; Xancy Johnson; Jean McRae; Marlene Crawford; Anne Grossman. Second Row: Barbara Grossman: Joanne Hager; Sue Kaeppel; Xancy Briggs; Sue Longpre; X ' ancy Davenport; Virginia Cooke; Barbara Shilling; Betty Powell; Lynn Wasburg; Margaret Goebel. Third Row: Grace Birney; Marlene Martenson; Carol Hoi- ley; Rosemarie Safron; Lee Roose; Mrs. Mae Ufer; Ann Bartlett ; Janice Siefert; Mary Ann Hassler; Jane Fenner; Janice Sieder. Fourth Row: Ann Sterling; Janet Walter; Eloise Sarraf: Elynor Popovich; Xadine Cook; Erica Erskine; Mariel Bennett; Jill Umhs; Joan Rob- ertson; Gail Clark; Donna Winstead; Martha Young; Ann Patterson; Marlene Davis; Ruth Hay ward; Wilma Carme. Back Row: Joyce Mendenhall; Xancy Murphy; Mary Klawson; Louise Blanchard; Sharon McXeely; Marjorie Clittord; Jane Fowler; Roberta Johnson; Patricia Brophy; Phyllis Erwin; Betsey Appel; Barbara Bigelow; Rebecca Collie; Margra Underhill; Barbara Gorden; Barbara Whit- taker; Marilyn Wendel. ALPHA DELTA PI All Things Are Happening Only . . . Must be the sandwich man is below. He ' d better have a big stock of ham on rye to pacify that raven- ous mob. The musician in the house is always in great de- mand, besieged with requests ranging from Bach to Brubeck. After the brisk trudge from campus, A E Phis are only too glad to linger in leisure while a sister serenades. Though not much consternation is apparent in this carpet crew, Ingalls inhabitants are evidently floored by their studies. ALPHA EPSILON PHI Have a G.T., Ladies! Front Row: Cecilia Ostiov; Ruth Click; Maxine Gordon; Elizabeth Huber; Nancy Druker; Kuth Helfenbein; Lorraine Falberg; Miriam Shapiro. Second Row: Sue Novitsky; Nancy Blumberg; Jacqueline Pattiz; Joan Hyams; Mary Berinstien; Allene Miller; Nancy Stern; Judy Meyers; Ruth Bassichis; Patricia Loraw. Third Row: Marilyn Tobacman; Deborah Shavelson; Lois Mishelow; Joan Hyman: Mrs. Jerome Blum; Lois Klein; Barbara Burstien; May Garfinkle; Lynn Miller; Rae Livingston: Nancy Petricoff. Fourth Row: Isabel Feldman; Nancy Rpuner; Ellen Jones; Nancy Rosenberg; Lois Saidel; Janet Maas; Nancy Smith; Barbara Fisher; Carol Friedman. Fifth Row: Carol Gpldshine; Gail Cohen; Helen Cohodes; Myrna Chenin; Judy Levy; Janet Levine; Sandra Waldman; Joanne Karch; Donna Wolcoff; Gail Goldstien; Maxine Sterling. Back Row: Ann Steinberg; Barbara Hexter; Joanne Marsh; Gloria Benovitz; Judy Beallo; Merla Samuels; Georgia Elin; Joyce Lane; Klissa Beigler; D iana Yukon; Edith Grallek: Sandra Brown; Roberta Rifkin; Lynn Oxenhandlei. ALPHA EPSILON PI Come You Men of the Pearly Pin Front Row: Allen Bagdade: Ronald Rosenthal; Edward Schotland; Cyrano; Stephen Adler; James Fox; Stewart Shear. Second Row: Shenvin Goldstein; Irving Weiner: Jerry Millman; Richard Kanner; Carl Franzhlau; M. Jack Isaacs; Herbert Zarrow; Kenneth Stou- men; Alan Willens. Third Row: Donald Mazin; Marc Kromelow; Herman Moehlman; Barry Kroll; Howard Weisblat; David Kroll; Alan Goldberg; Larry Cohen: Irwin Solomon. Back Row: Alan Camiener; Robert Greenberger; Robert Cutler; Fred Zechman; Milt Meckler: Curl Loesberg: Seymour Carpenter: Jerome Schneyer; Albert Warshawsky: David Goldstein; Lewis Siegel. Cross-campus conversationalist sends out S.O.S. (Succor on Studies) while brothers try their luck in games of skill but satisfied smile on the face of the kabitzer reveals he has struck luck in another game of chance. j I Front Row: Sue Schovill; Joanne Early; Marilyn Wilbur; Sally Staples; Jean Alexander; Peggy Lamb. Second Row: Barbara Holler; Clare Jalon; Sue Hetherington ; Joanne McDonald; Geraldine Mankowski; Gloria DeFeo; Joan Campbell; Valerie Dunn; Sue Holbrook. Third Row: Sue Turner; Mary Ritter; Ruth Brandt; Margaret Koehler; Mrs.Wigle; Nan Swinehart; Jane Straka;Mary Nordstrom; Virginia Reubene; Lynne Edwards. Fourth Row: Carol Kirchner; Carol James; Kathy Severance; Donna Hewitt; AnnMaddoxjNorma Brandt; Winnie Wohllebe; Diane Dowsett; Jackie Balas; Evelyn Button; Beth Abbott. Fifth Row: Sally Scheu; Dorothy O ' Brien; Mary Ellen Jones; Sally Schimmel; Beata Kaulfuss; Alice Dutcher; Joan Holmberg; Mary A very; Ann Morrow; Mary Jo Skidmore; Barbara Giimore. Back Row: Jane Carson; Joyce Kemp; Eva Czarnecki; Nancy Sue Wyle; Julie Arkin; Barbara Courtright; PJIaine Bice; Judie Shagrin; Shirley Sikkenga; JoAnn Reavis; Donna Anderson; Gail Lundstrom; Carolyn Moeller; Joan Randolph; Mary- Bauer; Mary Winn. ALPHA GAMMA DELTA You Are Right, You Fox! Such smiles in this musical multitide! Maybe they ' re lighting up in preparation for the ' 55 Lan- tern Night. It is difficult to ascertain the bid, but intensity of concentration indicates four hearts are in the game. 142 ALPHA OMICRON PI Apathy Forever! Front Row: Elizabeth Stone; Lucy Blackburn; Marilyn Morris; Wanda Michaels; Camarie Harder; Mary Kane; Joan Freier; Kathryn Leo. Second Row: Margaret Brandt; Jeanne Xagel; Amelia Dustman; Sue Gary; Patricia McFarland; Gregoria Argus; Janet Streicher; Anne Shot well: Maryanne Domenic: Carol Sevebeck; Sylvia Keach. Third Row: Xancy Plastow; Pamelia Mills; Carey Wall; Claud- ette Hawes: Mrs. Beryl L. Worrall; Mary Lou Kierdorf; Elinor Sines; Louise Sprowl; Margaret Davis; Kathryn Brooks. Fourth Row: Paula Strong; Mary Jane Storrer; Carol Jones; Mary Sue Curry; Dorothy Ham; Elaine Maki; Joan Jackson; Sue Mitchell; Judith Sweet; Ann Sumner; Diane Paradis. Fifth Row: Janice Goldman; Mary Stuart; Jane Howard: Ellen Brown; Sarah Burroughs; Xorma VanTuyl: Cornelia Vandeveer; Georgiana Davidson; Carol McMacken; Sharon Baker; Elizabeth Rice; Mary Hanchett. Back Row: Mary Hawkins; Irene Kellog; Carol Miller; Mavis Fors; Barbara Dowd; Mary Hoyt; Mary Anderson; Beverly Arment; Donna Ham- mill; X ' ancy Jack; Sari Barker; Janet Mabarak. If the Turkish situation has produced a rift in their toweling too, it ' s curtains for this shower stall. Hope is where the hearth is and that radiant glow seems to indicate that someone ' s dream has come true. Front Row: Dave Redden; Howard Wilson; John Palmer; James Randall. Second Row:Robert Turner; Isaac Gardner; Al Jones; Wil- liam King; William Hill; Donald Kuddy; James Stanback. Back Row: Albert Chennault; Eldon Martin; Maurice Martinez; John Codwell; Harold Croswaithe; Barrey Putna; Peter Strong. ALPHA PHI ALPHA First of All, Servants of All, We Shall Transcend All Bob artistry of the Birdland variety on the piano, trombone and bass occupies a hot midnight combo at Alpha Phi Alpha, while an artistry of a different form supplies absorbing diversion for the avid connoisseurs settled on the couch. 144 rtf- : IK 4- I The lady at the left is distracted from desk duties by the ever more engaging enterprise of conversation. Evening finds Alpha Phis taking LIFE seriously. In the rush and rattle of group living a piece of peace. i. Mi ALPHA PHI Jelling Around I Front Row: Lu DeHart: Xancy Webb; Mary Mullins; Ann Morrow; Betty Hall: Sara Luedders; Emily Hardy; Kathy Mooney; Eliza- beth Hait. Second Row: Joyce Perry; Ellen VandeVusse; Lorraine Baldwin; Mary Sherman; Greta Jorgensen; Margaret Spindler; Xancy Howes; Judy Lough; Mary Lou Conant. Third Row: Joan Patton; Janet Sluyter; Ruth Flanders; Margaret Moreland; Sher- rell Adams; Rita Coding: Sally Fernamberg: Janet Storey; Xancy Henry; Jill Kent; Jean Davis; Xancy Jacquet. Fourth Row: Xancy MacDonald; Millie Zeder; Rae Cruthers; Helen Luth; Kathryn Lucas: Ruth Bulderis; Ann Watson: Emily Jewell; Xancy Wright; Sara Terrill; Joyce Tobeler; Mary Hoover; Helen Southgate. Fifth Row: Virginia Swaggerty; Xancy Birney; Barbara Baehre; Jean Bahr; Sally Truesdell; Eileen Mooney; Janet Sheahan; Janice Fillinger. Back Row: Theo John: Xancy Bell; Sue Whinery; Patricia Hussey; Kim Henry; Joan Wellman; Susan Bergdahl; Judy Wolgast; Sally Arnold; Sherri Page: Pat Morton; Linda Sutton; Sally Simon. I tar ALPHA XI DELTA Ahey Doll!! First Row: Judith Franklin; Sandra Rose; Jane Condon; Gale Steekert; Betty Doman; Madeline Thompson; Diane Quinlan; Barbara Beach; Marilyn Larkin; Janet Bradshaw; Jeanette Wozniak. Second Row: Marilyn Carnegie; Margaret McCord; Jeanne Sykes; Ann Jetter; Kathryn Adams; Jane Cameron; Gretta Cullers; Carol Moudry; Sharon Henry; Janet Smith; Jean Boch. Third Row: Karen Angers; Susan Atherton; Carolyn Rundell; Charlotte Thomas; Dorothy Clarkson; Mrs. Robert Romine; Barbara Heider; Patricia Neff; Eliror Hardie; Cynthia Potter; Georganna Bronaugh; Dorothy Cullers. Fourth Row: Clarice Larsen; Patricia Parkinson: Elizabeth Shuptrine; Joy Ann Williams; Mary Searles; Joyce Neumann; Shirley Shelton; Paula Wilson; Joyce Murray; Diane Young. Fifth Row: Margaret Ross; Janet Wolfle; Helen Barrone; Millincent Rowe; Susan Meach; Margaret Hammond; Balig Berber-inn; Marilyn Shoares; Jeanne Derr; Marilyn Houck; Judith McGinley. Back Row: Carol Griesing; Ann Neely; Sally Hacker; Minerva Chizek; Jaylee Duke; Margaret Farrar; Virginia Lenning; Mary Ryan; Ellen Zoller; Christine Dittmer; Sally Myers; Marilyn Smith; Sandra Richards; Char- lene Edwards; Frances Truman. 111 I! The annual Easter egg hunt is going fine, but appar- ently one gal no longer believes in the good old Bunny. As the pianist vamps ' till ready, the remaining sis- terhood prepares to knock Lantern Night for a loop. n r -:-. - - Front Row: Bill Peters; Joe Simon; Roger Zucchet; Dave Lewis. Second Row: Bob Sievers; Dave Hamil; Frank Arens; Dave Mills; Bill Bookman; Jim McCafl ' erty; Bruce Jacobson. Third Row: Gorclie Xitz; Jim Lynn; Kent Shoemaker; Carl Reinholz; Maynard Schuur; Howie Gaberson : Tom Briggs ; Bob Griffiith; George Trubow. Fourth Row: Dick Shirley; Russ MeKennan; Dave Hansen; Bill Weber; Doug Andrews; Pete Fuss; Roger Park; George Stewart : Pete Rathbone: Jim Pett: Bruce MoCubbrey. Back Row: Gene Mets- ker; John Summers; George Schuster; Jim Van Brocklin; Jim Coates; Al Prybylowicz; Larry Green; Charlie Chopp; Don Miller; Bill Eckerman; Roger Smith; Chuck Carscallen. ALPHA SIGMA PHI Time for Pie Flip A little scratch goes a long way with Ripp to help encourage his constant vigilance as night watchman and head bouncer. Some brothers, and friend, find a game of bridge one of the most easily accessible indoor sports. To be played any time of the day or night; the only prerequisite: four eager people. Flag-raising on A T O front lawn often includes lofting the chapter banner along with the Stars and Stripes. This brother ' s fair companion may not be an entertaining conversationalist, but she fills the role of paper doll. ALPHA TAU OMEGA Just Checking First Row: Jim Braden; John Campbell; Tom Peterson; Ron Hall. Second Row: Charles Beattie; Ted Kilar; Russ Haynes; Dave Ben- ner; John Pallin; Edward Wehner; Joe Pascoff; Fred Culver; Dick Hiss. Third Row: Dave Thouin; Jerry Davis; Jim MacVicar; Don Jabonski; Glenn Marshall; George Condon; Jack Krapohl; Carl Kamhout; Themie Majoros; Andy Balent; Chuck Warner. Fourth Row: Dave Critchett; John B laser; Charles Morton; Brent Sherman; Jack Jacobs; Don Daam; Steve Eggelston. Fifth Row: Hobart Jones; Dick Hartig; Tom Boyle; Bill Booth; John I ' ilkema; George Scott; Lou Baldacci; Brad Davis; Allan Frutig; Don Kennedy. Back Row: Dick Bowen; Roger Peapples; Mil Pryor ; Hugh Wenk; Ron Pudduck; Bob Tally; Charles Gunn; Joe Shomsky; Don Harvey; Eaton Adams; Mai Gumming: Tom Joseph. BETA THETA PI Give ' em a Little Gas Front Row: Dean Gilehrist; Tom Ottcnjohn; Pete Pritchard: Bud Brown; Ted Clarke; Dave Pryor; BillJolinson: Walt Xaumen. Second Row: Frank Taylor: Glen Robertson: Max Holden: Diok Wiltse; Tom Hibbard; Al Killeen; Ken Pierce; Joe Whiteman, president; Bill Schreiner; Dave Kissenger; Bruce McClelland; Ron Cayo; Phil Beach; George Trowbridge. Third Row: Jim Barton; Steve Kott; Don Sandercoek: Don Schultz: Bob Gillow; Ed McCliment; Bob Guy: Doug Holden; Bob Kuehne. Fourth Row: Tom Brandt; Jim Hogen; Tom Zilly: Dave Redick: Wayne Thiessen: Bob Berner; Gene Tolfree; Bob Smythe; Dave Owen; Ed Heck; Rogerr McGuineas; Denny Larkin. Back Row: Phil Halsey; Tom Cleveland; John Mannix; Jim Stadler; Cop Chastain; Dug Munro; Bill Chase; Skip Gathmann; Keith Gordon; Ben Kleinstiver; Gordon Barnes; Tom Raisor. Disregarding the disapproval of the piano-leaner on the right, the Betas around the chapter Steimvay practice for the IFC Sing, a feature event of Greek Week. On the stairway a bet is sealed with a handshake and a witness. o iv vv P v -a Pirst Row: Jane Ann Griffith; Mary Jean Smith; Patricia Sackandy; Joanne Pausehert; Ann Mercer; Georgianna Clark. Second Row: Kaye Wheeler; Mary Milliard; Allene Widdis; Marilyn Miller; Abby Justice; Peggy Day; Mary Minier; Janet Berkey; Margaret Mc- Grath; Nancy Bennett. Third Row: Marcia Melntyre; Jane Devvall; Joan Kissick; Margaret Bell; Mona Rosenman; MaryTowne; Mrs. H. A. Russell; Delpha-Jeanne LeDuc; Yvonne Cousins; Joan Merril; Nancy Kaser; Eileen Schumacher; Carol Ford. Fourth Row: Plorence Arnold; Sally Haas; Katherine Fodel; Marilyn Jackson; Tina Mamazza; Betty Jeanne Franklin; Elizabeth Muir; Lynnette Vollrath. Fifth Row: Becky Ninness; Leda Cosmenco; Barbara Bendlin; Janet Winklchouse; Margaret Lane; Louise Fonteine; Ann Reichart; Janet Rearick; Joan Mainville; Sandra Cook; Meridith Hardy. Back Row: Judy Wilson; Jacqueline Boggan; Sue Chorpcn- ing; Lois Buchbinder; Cynthia Wilkins; Phylis Friscke; Marilyn Maile; Virginia Royal; Lorraine LeDuc; Janet Doggett; Jac queline Lefler; Phylis Rinne; Paula Limberg; Pat Marx. CHI OMEGA Answer on Two! Chi O bike brigade decides the shortest distance be- tween 1525 Washtenaw and anywhere is still too long. Blind dates were strictly uniform on Army Weekend as Cadets stormed the social fort as well as the athletic. 150 The musical-minded are instrumental in group living. The gentleman on the right is indifferent, but the " Gay Cavalier, " upper left, seems to approve the rift in routine. The enforced shower punishes offenses from pinnings to pranks. Though this Knight of the bath protests pleasantly, the brothers are bound he will soon be all wet. CHI PHI Wesley, Wesley FrontRow: Terry Gillen : Gordon Mars; Ramon McCarus: Mike Arent; Dick Jasinski; Barry MaeRae; David Lang. Second Row: David Cooper: Philip Ardussi; Donald Gilger: David McDermid; James Blum; Bruce Robertson; Jack Lepard; Sheridan Springer; Hamilton Robichaud. Third Row: Kdward Furdak; James Howell; Edward Patterson; Russell Patterson; John Patrick Kelly; Fred Baumgart- ner; Dick Sanderson; Roger Tuttle. Fourth Row: Terry Tweedie: Brooks Sitterly: Peter VanCamp; John Treadway; David Hampton; Lee Krumbholz; John Rapson; Tom Gaffield. Firth Row: John Williams; Joseph Murray; Bruce Avis; Roger Comstock; John Hodges; Ralston Schultz; John Crouse; David Schmidt; George Hammond: Robert Halleen; Joesph Hazelett; Dan Gulden. Back Row: Chuck Hutching; Charlie Wise; Henry Gildner; Robert Creel; Tom Forgacs; Wayne Kuhn; James Snediker; Peter Groner; Chuck Hamilton; Donald Dll worth; Donald Kimball; Gerhard Hoffman: Dick Menge: Robert Marousek; James McGee; Dick Fink; Harry Evans. fair. i 151 CHI PSI Once a Chi Psi, Always a Chi Psi Front Row: Dick Spindle; Jim Miller; Dick Palma; Tim Putney; John Campbell; Stan Kuasiborski. Second Row: John Lama; Stu Smith; Jim Powell: Murray McDonald, Jim Clatworthy; Wayne Lehr; Fritz Brace. Third Row: Hill Williams; Dick Glass; Bob West- over; Bob Law; Dick Schacht; Stu Scheifele; Jim Willis. Fourth Row: Jim McGuire, Corky Smith; Dale Ewart; Gary Knapp; Neil Barnett; Dick Brown; John Boyles. Fifth Row: Jack Self; Fred Everett; Art Fairbanks; Pete Banzhaf; Bruce Allen; Jerry Hill; Dick Anslow; Brad White. Back Row: Pete Wragg; Tim Moulthrop; Jam Mabry; Al Flynn; Ken Moore; Ed Velden; Don Chapman; Bob Brown; Ted Peters; Pete Kramer; Chuck Hatch. Though television is ever-present in the parlor, there are still some few who ignore the happy medium. Chi Psis rise for the occasion. Driveway basketball court serves sports-minded here and in other houses. r tjp,.)9 Front Row: Susan Fox; Gretchen Ebling: Mary Crane 1 : Xancy Jo Circle; Genevieye Leland; Roberta Piatt: Carol Klein; Xancy Brinker: Sanelra Ruedemann. Second Row: Helen Chesbrough; Sylvia Schreiber; Christine Crawford; Catherine Eckerman: Emily Kinde; Sandra Lee; Rosemary Chesbrough: Sarahanne Reeves; Xancy Willard: Mary Hull; Rosemary Roth. Third Row: Jo Rohleder; Mar- jorie Mclntyre: Marilea Kleinert; Marilyn Mosier; Margery Kervin: Joanne Craft; Juelith Cushing; Joanne Kindley; Delores Doll; Diane Thompson; Victoria Wehmeier; Gretchen Hult; Mary Ann Kerlikowske. Fourth Row: Cynthia Woodward; Sally Blackman; Cynthia Stone; Carol Carrigan; Susan Shakespeare; Sally Burke: Heather Hutchins: Virginia Dolliver; Dietlind Xixdorf; Mary Crocker; Carolyn Travis; Ann Dinius: Mary Jones; Barbara Grinncll. Back Row: Anita Hatch; Carole Adams; Katherine Micou: Sandra Aid- rich; Roberta Arnold: Sandra Hughes; Judy Geeting; Terry Carney: Virginia Zieman; Kathy Luhn: Ann Ellis; Marian Blakeslee: Ruth Cohen; Barbara Barker. COLLEGIATE SOROSIS It ' s Beauty! Relaxing time at the Sorosis House often means banter and bridge before the fire Monday through Thursday. But Friday brings a change of pace and place as inter- est averts to another kind of evening ' s entertainment. A rare moment away from their studies finds four music-loving Greeks engrossed in a jam session. The Delta Chis of ten discuss daily problems and decis- ions with Henry, their house advisor and consultant. DELTA CHI Back Under Your Bridge, Troll! Front Row: William Pugh; Don Skinner; Philip Church; Dale Theil; Paul Walcott; John Nicoara. Second Row: Paul DeMarrais; Mar- vin Teutsch; Harry Carson; Robert Stakenas; Art Angood; Richard Bogg; Tom Hemenger; Robert Fear. Third Row: Boyd Bosma; Richard Flodin; Charles Murdoch; Philip Jones; Tom Fegan; William Thewalt; John Jenkins; Larry Smart. Back Row: Tom Michal- ski; Bruce Korzelius; Russell Jack; Fred Dawe; Gene Holeombe: Fred Pincoe; Tom French; Dave Edwards. J] ill DELTA DELTA DELTA All Good Things Come in Threes Front Row: Joan Young; Jane Kohr; Dee Galonska; Kay Frauenthal; Xancy Lepard; Char Studer; Nancie Swanwick. Second Row: Diana Cook; Addie Ciavola; Ann Caris; Jeanette Cameron; Gay Campbell; Mary Jane Grabill; Noreen Rupp; Ann Cordill; Carolyn Ulrich; Marilyn Schaefer; Sue Garfield; Jane Holben. Third Row: Barbara Wood; Janet Holtz; Pat Goddara; Lois Grabill; Elaine Kihen; Pat LeRoy; president: Mrs. Dorothy Frost; Sue Fricker: Bonnie Balas; Barbara Uebel; Connie La Rue; Mary Ellen Eckert; Beverly Shea. Fourth Row: Betty Boynton; SherrieStraub; PatFletcher; Sally Fisher; Jo Yates; Audrey Griffith; Sue Kitson; Bonnie Bittner; Joan Slugget: Ann Shantz; Carole Sparkie. Fifth Row: Ann Grettenberger; Margaret Wilkins; Barbara McXaught; Sheila Cummins; Pat Smith; Deeon Utley; Xancy Ward; Sharon Russell; Beverly Scales; Rosemary Tomicic; Pat McGuigan; Bette Meagher; Lois Louthan; Gail Wren; Gertrude Reams. Sixth Row: Laila Sadi; Georgia Strain; Sally Lyon; Beberly Rahn; Ann Milligan; Berkey Blashfield; Katie Salo; Jo Decker; Judy Ross; Barbara Avallone; Ann Hammond; Carole DeBruin; Shirley Lawson; Phyllis Frank; Judy Rankin: Cathy Clark; Carol Ellis; Kay Thomas. ' t The art of stair-gazing may be perfected at the Tri-Delt House. Best in Bermudas, it can be done while attending to the quips of sisters and squires or while simply chatting with others who like to loiter on lazy afternoons. kt li V T Front Row: Sue Harwood; Ann James; Vcra Ptak; Donna Darling; Sydney Boales; Joan Sayles; Nancy Lane. Second Row: Marria Nelson; Janet Weber; Ann McDonald; Ann Stuart; Susan Smith; Tiana Economos; Sue Christy; Barbara Thorne; Harriett Thome: Janet Furst: Barbara Frey. Third Row: Diane Williams; Mimi Buckinghan; Joan Conroy; Ann Mustard; Martha Baker; Nancy Stevens; Mrs. Atoou; Judy Brown; Virginia Abbey; Cherry Harris. Fourth Row: Judy Maxwell; Joyce Gah ' ert; Salli Fagan; Gloria Meier; Margie Kempe; Jean Tammi; Jean MeCaskey; Judy Westphal; Jane Murbach; Kllen Loveland. Firth Row: Jane Waterman; Janice Tinkham; Katherine Tunis; Mary Belt; Jacqueline Boyer; Ann Heidbreder; Mary Eliot; Judy Ver Meulen; Sue Cleminson; Virginia Zinn; Janet Rutherford; Mary Cross. Back Row: Diana Brouse; Sally Miller; Carol Murphy; Elizabeth Elliot; Gretchen Streit; Barbara Roaper; Jean Webster; Ann Preston; Judy Webster; Mary Lovell; Patricia Perigo; Patricia Patterson; Margaret Williamson; Susan Potter; Linda Lofberg; Mary deTar. DELTA GAMMA Movie Train! A comfortable corner in the DG House isthe beau par- lor where gents may enjoy television or conversation with the sisters while awaiting the lady upstairs. Men complain that womens ' residences are impossible to reach, but communication continues, and DG smiles testify that in Ann Arbor, any news is good news. H II No recreation room in the DKE domain, but plenty of room for recreation in the ping-pong and pine-paneled TV quarters. AVhile the more energetic work out in the Davidson room, a video victim adjusts the built-in tube. DELTA KAPPA EPSILON There ' s No Micky Mouse in the DKE House Front Row: James Stark; Lawrence Baker; Robert Durham. Second Row: William Cassel; James Knaggs; Hugh Ryall; Gary Knight; Paul Gruber; Thomas Straszewski; Frank Hirt. Third Row: George Astor; Joseph Benton; Calvin Strom; John Chadwell; Carl Eckert Peter Dow; Robert Hutchinson; Thomas Comparet; Terence Adderly; Neil Call. Fourth Row: Stephen Monroe; Alex Wood; Brian Burke; George Planck; Neil Peters; Barry Brand; John Bradfield; Raymond Babin; James Reindel; Derek Tatlock. Back Row: Glen Miller; John Rhodes; John Delaney; Walter Poar; Charles McAlpine; Edgar Puthuff; Hall Snowday; Joseph Haselby; Donald Tyler; Dewis Beran; Paul Elvidge; Michael McCarthy: Joseph Varady; Carl Lukenbach. DELTA PHI EPSILON Pass the Poor Man ' s Sugar Front Row: Marilyn Spiro; Elaine Klein; Dolores Sloan; Norma Madalia; Judith Shapiro; Judith Cantor; Valerie Perin. Second Row: Marcia Gellert; Audrey Friedman; Edith Schneiderman; Mrs. Hildreth Sanders; Shirley Baylis; Ninion Bloch; Nina Katz; Suzanne Mogul. Third Row: Marjorie Beal; Sylvia Schwartz; Ann Elderman; Joan Feldman; Barbara Levin; Jackie Gold; Noami Goldman; Carole Moskowitz. Back Row: Sue Sabel; Edith Rubin; Myra Joseph; Lois Malzman; Carolyn Fisher; Joan Kaplinsky; Lynn Towlc; Sharon Kass; Sandra Brauman; Sarah Eisenberg; Joan Levin. Temporary housing topples records in comfort and beauty at D Phi E. Two modern living rooms accommodate bridge players and TV fans, but not the new pledge class. The expanding chapter will seek a larger house next fall. r f% i Front Row: Jack Strobel; Ken Hallenbeck; Bud Osmun; Bill Moolin. Second Row: Ned Robinson; Charles Walgreen; Dave Payne; Don McWatters, Dave Huthwaite; Brad Dewey; Dave Hilderley; Bill Zaharee; Jim Hayford. Third Row: Tom Jones; Dick Grimes; Jim Meyer; Walt Gerdes; Al Bush; Chuck Donmyer; Jim Hedberg; Dick Hoek; Dan Slowe. Back Row: Tom Hunter; Hugh Rabat; Art Gaudi; Dick Hamilton; John Buster; Jim Olson; Dan Hunter. DELTA SIGMA PHI Hey Hey, Let ' s Get Some Fire in the Ball Club! Inspired to creativity by the festive holiday decora- tions, Delt Sigs get together to blow their own horns. Michigan victory in ' 50 Snowbowl at Ohio State is recalled by 20 foot penant copped from Columbus. 159 While creative designers ponder architectural problems of stress, strain, and aesthetics, the contemporary design of the president ' s suite at Delta Tau Delta affords comfortable surroundings for less academic pursuits. DELTA TAU DELTA It Couldn ' t Matter Less Front Row: Dave Evans; Bob Bowen; Abe Xicolaou; John Hoos; Bill Neumann; Oleg Lobanov; Paul Murphy; Jim Phelps; Frank Burger: Ken Johnson; Cal Hay wood. Second Row: Bill Koepke: John Demorest; Paul Vitz; Douglas Hetherington; Bob Sowatsky; Richard St. John; Jack Schaupp; president; Tom Berglund; Chuck Sweet; Paul Guy; Chuck Wood; Chuck Schafer; Dick Kruse. Third Row: Herb Klinker; Jack Ryan; John Moule; Dick Hartman; Don Duff; Jim McClune; Bob Dombrowski; Jim Bauer; Jim Rieder; Ted Reis- sing; Ken Schoof; Ray Waggoner; Don Shepard; John Hatgia; Gary Grenfell; Jerry Harwood; Bill Strieker; John Heald. Back Row: Pete Xaylpr; Don Fitch; Andy Kaul; Ray Hockstad; Al Price; Jim Sargent; Nort Stuart; Jay Roos; Jim Holton; Bernath Sherwood: Richard Zimmerman; Gary Xersesian; Leonard Gell; Vic Krause; Don Davidson; Richard Stringer; Don Young. DELTA UPSILON People Are No Good Front Row: Robert Ward; Larry Jerome; James Sergeson; Kenneth Rutherford. Second Row: Bruce Goldsmith, Robert Smith; Paul Xewcomb; Frederick Barrett; Elmer Whipple; Joseph Cox. Third Row: Charles Melfi, Jerry Underwood. William Doney, Robert Brown; John Layman; Robert Lieblein; George Hellwarth; Robert McSweeny; John Barrows; Frederick Hohwart. Fourth Row: Tom Gibson; Robert Ruffner; George Schatz: Greg Neff; William Morse; Charles Domes; Richard Booth; Herman Goering; Robert Mans- field; Dean Truespell. Fifth Row: Robert Adams, Richard Maier. James Sherman; Michael Fitzsimons, John Hackett; David Cobb; Eugene Goebel. Back Row: Xormar Beck; David Baad; Steve Kovacik; John Dixon; James Laarman; Richard Buck; Don Goldsmith; Stewart Evans; Ben Stole; Richard Atkin; John Heath; Fred Gorree: Jerry Davies; Keith Heslip. Jungle parties have long been standard events on fraternity calendars, but St. Bernard races promise to be a tradi- tion of the future. The DU ' s ready Brandy to challenge Lambda Chi ' s Major in the first contest along the Diag. m BUM .V Julia Harris; Alcorn; Donna ._, __, Jrsula Gebhard; Janet Mewhort; Mrs. Sanford; Etta Luhke; Mimi Buck; Dawn Maine; Colleen Campbell; Susanne Watt. Fourth Row: Susan Wesley; Nancy Walser; Janette Hickey; Carolyn Walker; Jo Osmun; Marcia Keep; Judy Engelke; Mary Sullivan; Judie Owen; Nancy Amber- son. Fifth Row: Ellie Benson; Mary Fay; Dorothy Handley; Cornelia Von Mach; Donna Ginn; Nancy Herkenhoff; Ellen Lauppe; Eugenie Reagan; Jane Stellwagen; Mary Pike; Helen Schimpke. Back Row: Jane Higbee; Barbara Black; Wanda King; Carolyn Thomas; Nancy Havermale; Sally McKeighan; Barbara Marriott; Joan Hewlett; Elaine Bacheller; Jane Stoltz; Dorothy Cant; Shirley Burk- hart; Debbie Townsend; Jackie Touscany; Pat Pernell; Margaret Smith. GAMMA PHI BETA Home of Gracious Living Conversation on two levels transpires on South U. Double decks conserve space, and are comfort- able nests for guests who can stand the altitude. Gamma Phis reflect on sign-out sheet, highly regarded reference book of gentlemen callers who flip back the pages to discern the whereabouts of favorite femmes. 162 Thetas convene to confer. Such social seminars are high- lights in spirit and spontaneity. Academic difficulties require different surround- ings, but four heads are still better than one. KAPPA ALPHA THETA Study!! Front Row: Louisa Hart; Nancy Yeakey; Betty Sykes; Jeanne Seaborn; Mary Rupp; Shelley Scarney; Carolyn Blaul; Mary Lease; Georgina Dunn; Martha Stockard; Susan Doherty; Mary Hafer. Second Row ' : Margie Chew; Esther Heyt; Judy LeMessurier; Linda A t 1 1 -i if i . i n TV !_ i _ . TT; li _ I J . T 1__ O 1 .. T .. T3 1 ; . , r P_;U. T .,. . XT n ,. H if " _, . 1 A K . Bergland; Joan Pfeiffer; Ann Xaylor; Linda Huntington; Judy Huntington; Joan Robinson; Sue Smith; Nancy Thompson; Joyce Judson; Janet Fildew. Back ' Row: Sharon Callahan; Kitty Smith; Barbara Leonard; Pam Stattley; Virginia Arbucklc: Carla Schram; Cynthia Conway; Sue Rutledge; Joyce Moffatt; Terry Burke; Ann Nickerson; Marge Schroer; Cynthia Or; Janet Dietrich: Nancy Marsh: Ruth Plant: Elizabeth Metcalf. KAPPA DELTA Anyone for a Cab? Front Row: Marie Jo DeWitt; Judith Bettison; Bonnie Watson; Xancy Stout. Second Row: Caroline Silliek: Judith Huher; Sandra Bader; Alice Waugh; Lynn Laviolette; Margaret Pettit; Gretchen Schweizer; Roberta Gubbins; Valerie Geisz; Peggy Mattox; Ruth Metzger. Third Row: Mary Vanker; Claire Taylor; Edith HarTner; Carol Cunningham; Diana Skaff; Judith Rogers; Mrs. Diekerson- A I .,1 ' I ._ .. T 17 " 1___ _. TT _ 1TT _ _ . T 1 ' it f 1 1 -n i -wv CAUIMUBWU , i o,iiLj _r A UVJL. jjavn. ivuw . j uvuw ;n , OU.VH mil ivi uegerj ooruara i uuii ; r aLricia jonnstone; L aruara riuinpnrey ; Diana Paris; Darlyne Saho; Marilyn Smith; Barbara Schicks; Janet Her; Mary Ellen Galvin; Renata Hantel; Harriet Scott; Lynda Evans; Priscilla Miley; Margaret Weinert; Leea Peirce; Jacqueline Schields. Whether rehearsing jury selections or just idling on the ivories, the pianist is usually supplied with an appreciative audience. Another kind of appreciative audience awaits below as KDs descend to the beckoning buzz. Front Row: Jane Kline: Pat Booze; Rachel Tiedke: Sally Reynalds: Mary Lou Manger; Paddy Cooper; Pat Skelly; Emily Lingelbach; Jean Bimey; Pat Arrington; Laurie Smith; Second Row: Sally Garner; Jane Joachim; Ann Cummings; Sally Thayer; Dorothy Swan- son; Carol Guy: Pauline Shamhes; Pam Scolaro; Emily Harding: Mary Knecht; Frannie Crowley. Third Row: Alice James Betsey Dwan; Ellen Lewis; Jane Prindeville: Barbara Ingwell; IPat Wright: Mary Johnson. Back Row: Andrea Snyder; Shirlet Curtis; Ann Spohn; Jan North way; Shelley England; Sue Sullivan; Sally Laube; Pam Farley; Barbara Reed; Kay Maktnzie; Mary Bloemendahl; Mary Klauer; Sue Martin; Xancy Crawford: Graechen Baker; Sue Chaffe; Mary Hague. KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA A Pat on the Head for You, Pooch Even the mirror reflects an aura of ease as Kappas gather for pre-dinner talk time. But after dinner, leisure is lost and talk is taboo as tables are cleared and brows are furrowed for dining room digestion of a less savory nature. 165 Reclining on the window seat, a Kappa Sig absorbs studies and steam heat. Magazine merriment does not appear to be in celebration of the season, though a tree is in view as the brothers peruse the January issue. KAPPA SIGMA When Is the Dog House Going to be Finished? Henrioh; George Davidson; David Da vies. Back Row: Robert Arno; Kirk Daly; Gary Schroeder; Robert Busha; Charles Skala; Law- rence Houck; Edward White; Mark Ferrelli; Donald Briggs. o V I LAMBDA CHI ALPHA You Sly Old Fox, You! Front Row: Bob Clark; Tom Gougeon; John Erlager; Dan Maybee; Stan Head; John Walper; George Vollis; Fred Schreiber; Fran LeMire; Dick Heusel. Second Row: Bart Snyder; Joe Betts; Kerry Johnson; Jim Hart; Tom Burd; Frank Bragaw; Bob Luft; Ed Woods; George Friess; Bob Hovie; Tom Vanden Bosh. Third Row: Gordon Merritt; Don Scotilla; Pat Cleary; Jack Xicholls; Ralph Richter; Les Knowlton; Dick Good; Jim Dutcher; Neil Cords; Bill Larson; Hal Cruger; Jim Pickard; Lloyd Anderson; Hank Lang; Wendel Chadwick. Fourth Row: Don Rupprect; Bob Thome; Bill Beillmeier; Roy Pero; Dick Ward; Fred Sheffler; Dick Smith; Al Haynes; Gus Gianakaris; Chuck Forrest; Al Williams; Jack Nichols. Fifth Row: Dick Morgan; Wes Wheeler; Dave Hurst; Jim Lawrence; Dick Blodgett; John McCrae; Ian McLeod; Ray Stokes: Vic Gibbons; Ralph Cadger; Dave Grupe. Back Row: George Nasse; Don Reisig; Gene Terrill: Fred Walker; Dick Sonntag; Mike MacMichael; Bob Yanko; George Fomin; Don Good; George Grove; Al Sim- mons; Dale Jensen; Jerry Case; Gerry Stein: Don Head; Bill Guy. . Mesmerized by television or mellowized by music, Lambda Chis still boast two living rooms, a sun-deck and a char- iot-racing, pedigreed St. Bernard who on the football field or the Diag has proved he can outrun man and beast. Front Row: Clifford Johnston; Kenneth Meyers; James Van Pelt; Robert Sullivan; Bruce Terry; Thomas Hotchkiss; David Bowers; Donald Catro; Jack Lichty; Thomas Sheehan. Second Row: Charles Green; David Ralston; James Friedman; William Alger; Peter Schauer; Richard Murry; Peter Tillotson; Bernard Rinella; Jay Newberry ; Thomas Isely; Ronald Mauer; Peter Wolgast; George Beau- champ. Third Row: Robert Sommer; Charles Kropf; Gregory Hooper; Richard Harrison; Timothy Reiman; Richard Little; Robert Collins, president; Fred Baer; Peter Ward; Wayne Cooke; Robert Henderson; John Friess. Fourth Row: Robert Dunn; David Hershey; John Kirchgessner; John Rodgers; William Bohnsack; Thomas Singer; Edward West wood; Lee Bcrtling; Robert Fritts; William Chapel; Frank Moore; William Rexford; George Clark; Prescott Crisler; Russel Miller; Richard Cota; John O ' Reilly; Thomas O ' Keefe; Richard Courtney; William McArthur; Douglas Roby; Parker Ward. Back Row: Robert Walker; James Maddock; James Barrow; Frank Gazzola; Arthur Boylan; Edward Shannon; David Gilchrist; Thomas Jorgenson; James Barger; Charles Jung; Frank Haag; Jerry Goebel; Lawrence Kelly; Robert Leland; James Bates; Andrew Samosok; Norman Harbert; Milton Gkekas; Phillip Mitchell; William Barrett. PHI DELTA THETA Diversity Makes for Greatness The corner of South University and Washtenaw was once again the scene of what is fast becoming a campus classic, the annual Mudhowl game. Out of the huddle came Phi Delt to claim both trophies and applause as victors. Half- time soccer champs, Theta, shared the winners circle, to the cheering of a sidewalk-blocking, traffic-halting crowd. 168 A megaphone to cue the inside plays characterizes practice sessions as Fiji actives prepare to meet the pledges in an annual football contest. Strumming on the guitar, the inimitable Al Wall entertains in true Wildcat style. PHI GAMMA DELTA What Have You Done for Phi Gamma Delta Today? Front Row: Steve Simich; William Heath; CharlesSteiner; James Hardy; Samuel Riggs; Donald Young: Robert Stahl; Phillip Burt; Robert Meyers; Gordon Emery; Dale Eldred. Second Row: Ron Clarke; Keith Pohl; Van King; Al Christman; Robert Knutson; Frank Zinn; Ed Grouse; James Deland; Thomas Anderle; Ross Fletcher; Clint Wagner; Jack Wheeler. Third Row: Doug Murray; Eugene Halbrook: Pierre Welch; Richard Pinkerton: John Upton; Tom Leopold; David Fleisher; Paul Geiger; Eugene Hartwig; John Bairy; Al Mann; George Warner: James Da vies. Fourth Row: Robert Wells; James Hodgman; Ernie McCoy; Ron Portwood; Fred Lyons; Ross Smith; David Wakely; David Grey; Al Schadel; Fred Williams; Tom Shannon; Casper Grathwohl; Kaye Mercer; John Hodgman. Back Row: william Moeller; Henry Loeb; Bud Wilcox; Allan Hartwig: Paul Melgaard; Charles Sharp; Thomas Brush; Roger Anderson; Howard Liverance; Barry MacKay; Steve Kale; Frank Gregory; Keith Coats; Bruce Boss; Charles Patton; James Cook. PHI KAPPA PSI College Days Rah, College Classes, Who Knows Front Row: Bill Tripp; Bob Pauzek; Ron Eschenburg; Bill Green. Second Row: Chuck Boylan: John Hoffman; Dick Stanley; Bob Griffith; Steve Harper; Kent Biel. Third Row: Doug Povenz; Jim Mills; George Nichols; Don Olson; Steve Hauser; Paul Bofinger; John Cooper: Milt Knee. Fourth Row: Bob Wozniak; Dave McCullough; Bob Meyer; Ralph Cross; Alan Holderness; Dave Carson; Bill Husted; Gil Snyders. Fifth Row: Ed Arnold; Roger Law; Gordon Busby; Phil Sears; Kerry Ainsworth; Rob Effinger; Bruce Ren- frew; Dick Brings; Rex Steele. Back Row: John Settle; Steve Pauli; Fred Albrecht; Bill Meyer; Chuck Cole; Jack Gallander; Ted Dieth- rich:Bill Roeder; Fred Hertel. Don ' t make a chore out of studying. A pleasant atmosphere is esseitial to put you in the right frame of mind. Whatever you do, be sure you are comfortable, for comfort is conducive to every type of intellectual activity. 1 - Front Row: Robert Sanegret; House Correa; Robert Brand; Gerald Williams; Robert Johnson. Second Row: William Lawrence; Xathan Kanous; Ralph Fagge; Lester Nelson; William Stredl; James Preston. Third Row: Dean Ludwig; Robert Keevil; Richard Petrie; James Vukovich; Gary Underbill; Ralph Boeker. Back Row: Ernest Myers; Louis Rodriguez; Robert Tanny: Frank Podleski; Jimmie Dear- ing; Scott McCollum; Dale Hicks. PHI KAPPA SIGMA Biggest Little House on Campus Tis a solemn hour when Phi Kappa Sigmas get together with the trophies for a card game. Tiger stands aloof from such trivialities, explains his feelings, and receives non-directive counseling from an understanding friend. 171 p B - ,. Railing at the railing are the Phi Kappa Taus, in their house accentuated with age darkened oak. Both the banni- ster and the fire place provide convenient spots for discussions of the academics and non-academics of university life. PHI KAPPA TAU Fourth for Bridge? Front Row: William Maloney; James Lange; William Cook; John Stephenson; William Powell; Kieth Kepler. Second Row: Robert (lailhraith; Thomas Masenac; Richard Borth; Ernest Nagle; Donald Wattrick. Jr; Robert Taylor. Third Row: Gene Patterson; Fred Bowdle; Paul Thibault; Malcomb Campbell; Calvin Covell; Glenn Girardin; Donald Kelly. Fourth Row: Frank Starbuek; James Thur- low; Robert Hoy; Douglas Donnan; Dale Baker; Gordon Werfer; Richard Faulhaber. Back Row: John Ulrich; Rex Youse; Walter Zong; Kenneth Hafer; Brude Stevens; Howard Buchanan; Alvin Ranger. u I r PHI SIGMA DELTA Beyond the Twelve Mile Reef Front Row: Sid Ruby; Xorm Levy; Herb Kline: Roy Missner; Chuck Birke; Marty Frank. Seco nd Row: Stan Berger; Bob Brown; Gary Kane; Marty Fine: Rick Levitt; Jerry Spielman; Harlan Givelber. Third Row: Larry Charfoos; Ed Cohn; Al Tarr: Earl Abram- son; Bob Floum; Marc Brand; Howie Shapiro; Burt Fainman; Simmy Brinberg; Joel Siegel; Bernie Lis. Fourth Row: Lee Xewman; Bernie Rozran; Howard Goldberg; Chuck Schwartz; Dave Weisenberg; Jerry Warchaizer; Paul Cohn; Mike Zucker; Lee Egrin. Fifth Row: Frank Pollack; Larry Weiss; Fred Schwimmer; Pete Wulfsohn; Joe Hanchrow; Harvy King; Gene Salesin- Rick Barnett; Herb Schneider; Ted Amdur. Back Row: Dave Klausner; Joel Hepner; Bob Paley; Lee Abrams; Larry Rosenthal; Mitchell Harris; Isaac Zucker: Fred Schatz; Warren Singer; Barry Stulberg; Steve Bronstein; Lou Silverman; Mai Schlusberg; Ed Marks. I Modern study rooms afford ideal cramming condi- tions, but private phone, congenial company and an at- mosphere of j oie de vi vre thwart any thought of study. Lull in routine results in international incident- Greeks give attention to a Great Dane named Caesar. John Stoehr; Peter Guck; Robert Morrill; David Sloss; Tom Taylor. PHI SIGMA KAPPA Perusing books and magazines before gleaming windows, these Phi Sigma Kappas have forgotten the Saturday morn- ing work sessions of pledgeship when a windowglass was but a pane among the pains of cleaning up the house. 174 - I Pi Phi sunporch accents the informal with a new TV, provisions a-plenty for cards and a casual evening. PI BETA PHI Wunnaful! Pi Phis stand behind their chairs to sing Grace pre- partaking. A pleasant pause in the day ' s agitation. Front Row: Sue Beebe; Jeri Fox; Lucy Landers; Cynthia Cook; Laura Thorn; Marjorie Price; Martha Mac Gregor. Secood Row; Sonya Douglas; Xancy Bruneau; Patricia Earhart; Mary Lou Grandbois; Carol Loveless; Ann Taylor; Joan Melges; Nancy Riley; Lynn Davison; Patricia Ward; Mary MeParlan. Third Row: Patricia Mooney; Fern Barbara Law; Sarah Jo Brown; Marjorie Beeman; Ruth Xolen; Jean Kurtz; Ann Pletta; Catherine Mackay; Mary Barton; Martha Wallbillich; Gail Glover; Emily Baker; Donna Netzer. Fourth Row: Alice Louie; Mary Xolen; Catherine Campbell; Gloria Lightstone; Clare Malcolm; Judith McKnight: Xancy Nungester; Janet Jewell; Suzanne Reid; Xancy Pletta; Janet Kruse; Ann Hess; Grace Hallek; Lois Murphy; Fredrika Haines; Henrietta Brown; Jane Germany. Back Row: Jane Xolen; Vera Khoury; Linda Balling; Jane Wilson; Claire Lenz; Sue Boomer; Barbara McGrath; Jane Grathwohl; Sue Brown: Mary Julia Baker; Alicia Terrant; Xancy Howell; Caryl Dumond; Janet Neary; Xancy McComb; Dorothy Allaben: Polly Van Schoich; Joycelyn Watt; Corrine Groscup. I j PI LAMBDA PHI Does Anybody Wanna . . . Stop at the Tower? Front Row: Gerald Golberg; Larry Weisman; Alvin Ziv; Ed Lubin; John Mendel; P. David Weisman; David Schlain; Gary Gerg- man; Michael Miller; John Loeb. Second Row: Lee Marks; Burton Stein; David Morgan; Donald Kahan; David Caplan; Ben Uchi- telle; Lenard Drubkin; Carey May; Barry Joseph; Jerry Stern. Third Row: David Levy; Burt Epstein; Milt Pereira; Bernard Levine; Norm Sussman; Marv Cherin; Joe Fishman; Dick Nachman; Stan Kampner; Bob Weinbaum; Dick Levitt; Leon Greenblatt; Marv Davidson; Bernard Barrpn; Larry Seder; Lenard Veliok. Back Row: Carl Stern; David Hershberg; Bernard Goodman; Bob Ginsberg; Wally Handler; Steve Hill; Peter McGroot; Fred Izenspn; Bill Berinstein; Henry Berinstein; Bill Pittler; David Weisman; Gerald Wol- berg; Ron Stone; Larry Sheeman; Ivan Goldberg; Laurie Scher; John Burwald. At least one U. of M. student has not yet thrown in the towel in despair of the discouraging world news. Art appreciation runs high as Pi Lams try group eval- uation of some expression of the sensuous dimension. Front Row: Howard Johnson: Frederick Sheldon; Dana Larson: Karl Litzenberg. Second Row: Richard Stiefel; Andrew Murbach; William Hoffhines; Michael Carey; John Powers; John Goodrich. Third Row: Robert Sandling: Thomas Bender; John Calvin; Timothy Leedy: Ronal Larson: Douglas Robinson; Charles Irvin; Boyd Rainer. Fourth Row: Richard Rearick; Thomas Prunk; Edwin Spence; Hugh Banninga; Jerome Williams; Arthur Kuiper; Russell Mustard; John Hubly. Back Row: John Littig; Richard Ingwersen; Mich- ael Lynch; Webly Taylor; Edward Bitzer; Boyd Shertzer; Howard Webber; Theodore Emerson; Samuel Stewart. PSI UPSILON WAZZ . . . Burdened with books the Psi U ' s trudge through Ann Arbor ' s slush toward campus, but behind their lodge, texts are exchanged for even icier matter as snow balls hurtle through the air above their converted sunken garden skating rink. 177 Looks like the SAEs are ready to take the plunge into the mud as the gridiron greats engage in epic battle. In this the most spectacular of the bowl games, victor and vanquished alike emerge muddy but unbowed, the cheers of loyal fans and a smile from the lovely mudbowl queen leaving no doubts as to whether it was worth the trouble. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Phi Alpha! Front Row: Cal Chapel; William Bernard; MacMartin; William Grierson; Richard Weiss; David Hulbert; Robert Monroe; George Haddad; James Hague; Ed Ravenseroft; Karl Betz; Melvin Johnson; Victor Stoeffwer; Ronald Malis. Second Row: Ronald Poland; Earl Engel; Gary Schneider; Donald Valli; Roger Markhus; Thomas Ehni; Herbert Berwald; Barry Pat row; Wallace Wilcox; Carl Ernst; Carl Hirsch; Howard Tommelein; William Adams; James Craddock; Paul Brown. Third Row: Wally Roeser, James Orwig; John Powell; Michael Russel; Martin Belser; James Simmons; Robert Jones; Michael Rotunno; Thomas Bullen; Jack Davidson; David Rentschler; John Vermeulen; Eric Tripp; William Mosher; Duane Linderman; William Reinhold; Robert, Lcckhard; D wight Galloway; James Bradley; Fred Furth. Back Row: John Wolfe; Terry Eikenbery; Frederich Richmond; Larry Wise; James Stevens; James Hiit- tenlocher; William Mestdagh; Louis Gliders; Donald Browne; John Kuchka; Donald Liebrich; George Corey; Richard Bingham; Wil- liam Elliot; Roger Power; Thomas Krause; John Kirkjian. SIGMA ALPHA MU Whatta Ya Hear from Your Head? Front Row: Edward Tanenbaum; Harvey Weiss; Mark Sabin; Martin Albion; Henry Baylis; Marvin Starman; Fred Gordon; George Finkel; Ronald Radway; Biuee Siegan; Stuart Sueherman; Michael Luckhoff. Second Row: Richard Meyer; Groffrey Grossman; Jan Tanenbaum. Harvey Zuckerberg; Charles Sachse; Bernard Shapiro; Thomas Kovan: Paul Richman; Berry Merenoff; Richard Moss; Robert, Fisher; James Weitzman; Allan Kalt: Lawrence Bizer. Third Row: Ronald Seltzen; Arnold Shifman: Myron Waxberg; Warren Wertheimer; Envin Rubcnstein; William Wise; Paul Groffsky; Marc Jacobson; Ronald Ross; Allan Schecter; Basil Nemer; Stewart Krakoven; Michael Weinberger; Robert Bergner; Elliot Kleppen. Fourth Row: Milton Goldstein; Bruce Stiglitz; Donald Medalie; Arthur Columbia; Merrill Kaufman; Burton Stillman; Arthur Laszlo; Ronald Boorstein; Nathan Firestone; Jerry Laker; Ivan Bender; Ivan Polls; Armand Cohn. Back Row: David Silver; Alan Mendelssohn; James Leven; William Siegel; Donald Robiner; Lawrence Pearlman; Donald Persellin; Stephen Koplin; Joel Tauber; Louis Kwiker; Walter Goldsmith; Lloyd Newman; Kenneth Shevin; Herbert Solomon: Martin Weisbard: Stephen Cahen: Harold Berritt. Too many trophies? Sammies ponder: Enlarge the mantle or Greeted by grins, the mailman cometh. Ex- discourage future participation to accomodate additional cups? am mail elicits greater variety of expression. Front Row: Ed Cole; Jack Garvy; Russ Lue; John Hauch; Rob Trost; John Simmons. Second Row: Phil Kosewarne; Dave Stirkney Steve Bloom; Nick Kauchoukas; Paul Drake; Jerry Victor; Mike Basford; John Shepanck; Xick Karay; Third Row: Bill Bass; John Monaghan ; Jack DeVries ; Dan Cline ; Will Perry ; Jerry Hockstad ; Mike Barnard ; Art Wynne ; Norm Canty ; .Jerry Benson ; Paul Thomas ; Lance Minor; Irv Cannon. Fourth Row: Payson Chapman; Jim Crozier; Bob Appleman; Glen Carlson; Jerry Prescott; Jim Walters; Phil Jacobus; Chuck Weir; Carl Norborg; Fred Smith; Pat Mahorey. Fifth Row: Bob Becker; Kurt Cannon; Chuck McCann; Jeff Dooley; John Wylie; John Madigan; Leo Schlicht; Jack Warmholts; Henry Berliner; John Wroma; Ed Meads; Fred Trost; Chuck Brooks. Back Row: Terry Roberts; Bill Miller; Larry Faul; Bill Minor; Ron Richardson; Larry Coleman: John Peckham; Chris Chris- tie- Gordie Morrow; John Morrow; Tom Maentz; Charlie Stark; Jack Varley; Marv Nyren; Mike Higgins; Wimpy Trumbull; Drew Radel; Frank Vick; Bill Hill. SIGMA CHI In This Sign We Conquer The Sigma Chis and their horseshoe court are both staked out on South State Street. Scoring requires close scru- tiny and adroit posturing, while pitching the iron shoes demands a careful aim to avoid the basement windows. 180 When a bridge game gets underway, there are usually any number of enthusiasts on hand to give advice. SDT gestures for a level conversation, but her sister has tuned her out for meditations metaphysical. SIGMA DELTA TAU Fourth for Bridge, Can Anybody Get a Third? Front Row: Marilyn Deitch; Diane Intriligator; Sue Verb; Natilie Grodnick; Dorothy Berg; Dorothy X evas; Phyllis Klein; Barbara Hecht; Gwynne Finkleman; Lois Union; Eleanor Shur; Joan Rosenberg. Second Row: Elizabeth Greenberg; Janice Rose; Mary Lou Goldberg; Lynn Landwirth: Sue Bit man; Mrs. Delia Feder; Patricia Klein; Connie Jackson: Ancclla Wcinstein: Marlene Jaffa; Libby Joffe; Rita Oilman. Third Row: Marcia Gulman; Esther Riehter; Marjorie Saslow; Beverly Falk; Maxine Levinsohn; Bea Minkus; Barbara Weiss; Shirley Towhin; Myrna Eisenberg. Fourth Row: Helen Cohen; Donna Green; Adiienne Kolb; Sue Sturc; Sandra Beer; Linda Rubenstein; Arlene Gottesman; Shiela Bleichfeld; Sandra Rauthbord; Marcia Kphnstamm. Back Row: Beverly Arnovitz; Betty-Ann Rosenfeld; Marilyn Rudman; Sue Werbelow; Barbara Lewis; Ann Kutner; Marcia Wilson; Mary Stein; Laura Karp: Barbara Rubin; Marilyn Perlman; Doris Lipton; Ann Landwirth; Barbara Sidonberg; Elaine Kozin; Janice Glass; Joy Pasternak. SIGMA NU Too Pooped to Participate First Row: Robert Webster; Robert Monroe: Thomas Donkin; Joseph Brand; Frederick Anderson. Second Row: Robert Smith; Gary Morse; Peter Marsh; Robert Groff: John Kreger; Theodore Horn; Thomas Kroezek; Donald McNeil; Carl York. Third Row: Charles Davies; Alfred Ewert; E. Lee Sansum; Richard Plunkett; Robert Koester, president; Richard Patterson: Craig Campbell; Lawrence. Hardy; Peter Wende!: Roger Core. Fourth Row: Allan Reidinger; Kent Robinson; Hans vonBernthal: Jerry Schuur; Niles Gilmour; James McGarvey; Michael Montgomery: Gordon Black; Conrad Michael; Harlan Yelland; Eugene Moore; Arnold Brown; Richard Lassy. Fifth Row: Donald Chisholm; Reginald Norris: James Russel; Robert Richardson; Paul Richardson; Ronald Chipps; Daniel Dahl; John Pate: Joseph Coleman; William Stansell; Ronald West; Alexander Sarros; James Talcott. Back Row: Guy Martenson; E. Robert Ferguson: Uri Carpenter; George Schmidt; Leonard Miller; James Fenton; Edward Downing; Jon Mandell; Harold Franz; Frank Lexa; John Newton; W. Mitchell Sams; Duane Schultz. As the Sigma Nu Calliope Two knock out another vaudeville tune, the nonchalant indifference of the brothers sug- gests the inkling of a plot to crate up the infernal instrument and slyly smuggle it aboard the next slow boat to China. Via short wave, the Sigma Nus often trade jokes with their Bombay chapter, ham up the AOPi ' s TV reception, too. Front Row: James Gripe; Herbert Hedges; George Carr; Gene Davis. Second Row: Fritz Glover; Donald Johnson; John Hibbard; Grant Harris; John Leppelmeier; William Whitney. Third Row: Joseph Moore; James Finlayson; Daniel Webb; David Burchfield; Bruce Coleman; Robert Spath; Ray Newton; Robert Pease; Larry Winters; Clark Benson. Back Row: Curtis Wells; William Ross; James Cullen; Donald Ridge: Thomas Spiers; William Simons; Robert Nelson; John Heidgen. SIGMA PHI Conservative Carrying out an old tradition, Sigma Phi senior winds the clock. A pledge formal is also wound up as late-rising brother sleepily contemplates his attire of the previous evening - - sole vestige of froth and formality. 183 That after dinner bull session which seeks an answer to the weightiest of the world ' s problems confronting the college male spans a range of subjects from contemplation of the blind date last week to speculation on the one for this. Some Sig Ep ' s prefer to exercise a different set of muscles, choosing a novel method of becoming masters of fast pitch. SIGMA PHI EPSILON Later Front Row: Bruce Wisniewski; Don Fleming; Robert Thompson; Alex Bochnowski; Dave James; Jim Cartwright; Don Hanley; Steve Shawaker; Dick Wood. Second Row: George Cress; Kogcr Maugh: Chuck Wicktor; Charles Turner: William Gouldthorpe; George Pipper; Morgan Davis; John Guiding: Mike MeGrath: James Laughlin: Richard Underwood. Third Row: Dick Bachmann; Richard Kuisel; Dwight Allen: Keith Turner; Allen Clark; Morton Cox; Albert Fey; George Bashara; Joe Jefferis; Arthur Rautenberg; Richard Crawford; Otto Gutowsky; Richard Lowery. Fourth Row: Lawrence Mitchell; Donald Campbell; Richard Haitle; Daniel Quick; Thomas Rockwell; Robert Schaefer; Robert Hoydic; Ronald Karpanty; John Gillis; Byron West: Robert Richardson; John Kagay; Thomas Deyer. Fifth Row: Thaddeus Ketchum: Walter Kutch; Bruce Barrett; Larry Lavercombe: Jamie Martin; Dwight Baebcock; Kenneth Shields; Frederick Schoettley: Joseph Naylor; Theodore Dodenhoff; Thomas Gilmor e; Robert Pearson. Back Row: Charles Shields; Robert Monardo; Thomas Berger; George Rockwell: Donald Vance; Lee Gunn; John Vallortigora; John Thomas; James Hellenn- berg; Donald Ellison; John Sills; Robert Goedjen; Richard McGowan; Eugene Hawthorne; Frank Knox; Richard Potter; Thomas Sexworth. JHT TAU DELTA PHI Not Really! Front Row: Allen Winklestein: Paul Goodman; Landa; Peter Gould; James Hack. Second Row: Martin Blatt: Bruce Schlussel; Ned Doner: Larry Harris; Allen Eisenberg; Barton Cowan; Henry Rosenbaum; Milton Xathanson. Third Row: Myron Laban; Stanley Bernstein: Michael Gale; Allen Schuster; Mrs. Gerace; Hanley Gurwin; Jack Horwitz: Jay Kaufman; Herbert Feinstein; Gerry Solo- mon. Fourth Row: Irving Dunaief: Richard Flaxman; Seymour Ziegclman; Joseph Pruzan; David Hermelin; Philip Bellack: Robert Kaplan: Allen Kovinsky; Ira Schamach. Fifth Row: Ronald Charfoos; Allen Horowitz: Burton Scott; Larry Friedman; Charles Baraf; Philip Douglis: Aaron Podhurst; Stuart Pernick; Allen Lyness; Robert Wartell. Back Row: Steve Heilpern: Michael Eisman; Martin Goldman; Irving Miller; Jordan Rossen: Herbert Gardner; Eugene Cohen; Theodore Simms; Edward Salem; Steve Fishman; Harvey Brandes; Larry Rosen. Dandy for dancing, the Tau Belt ' s back porch can also be used for serving ping-pong balls and foods. Electric football was two week rage. Overwork then retired the mechanical athletes to upstairs closet. f Front Row: Chau Kim Dihn; Gerald Estes; Larry Posner; Raymond Bellas. Second Row: Ramon Chase; Donald Stephen; Robert Pehlke; Henry Chow; Richard Schreiber; Grant Scruggs. Back Row: James Kearful: Xorman Garrett; John Appman; David Zelisse; John Cruise; Floyd Reid; Glen Musselman. TAU KAPPA EPSILON Yuk Sauce for Dinner Tonight When the pressure of an exam has passed there is time for glancing through current magazines before the fire- place, but when exaninations are impending, shoeless comfort and steady concentration are necessary for review- ing reams of lecture notes. 186 y 111 Theta Chi ' s combined library, trophy and card room, fifth for bridge indicates offensive move for defense. A porch is a place to absorb sun and light litera- ture. A Dignified Dalmatian speaks for himself. THETA CHI Big Steve First Row: Peter Solar; David Satterley; Tim Felisky; Don Karston; Harold Spehar; Carlos Anderson; Frank Willette. Second Row: Joseph Ray; David Rohn: George Lennon; Charles Sonneborn; Robert Mackenzie; Douglas Hill: Robert Reardon; Ken Kleyn; Ken Johnston; Gerald Fedor; Charles Barnhart. Third Row: Kurt Myers; Jack Cross; Gary Paulu; Paul Lay; Dann Deaver; Harry Metz; John Tower; Charles Jehle; Ray Roble; Bill Bryant. Back Row: Nick Masters; Alan Miller; Jack Vise; Wally Merkling; Robert Rude- sill; Lindsey Sedwick; Herbert Falk: Kit Gielow; Eugene Kelly; James Haller; Douglas Middleton; John Foy. THETA DELTA CHI Famous Bar and Grill Service Front Row: Bill Kirker; John Etter: Don Meier; Frank Dufft: Dave Trautman; Conrad VanTienhoven. Second Row: Ron DeBover; Dick Hausler: Ted Sichler; Bruce Work; Stu Meach; P nie Xigg; Pete Armstrong; Lyn Graziani; Jack Dunn. Third Row: Bill Hein; Al Wise; Jan Gogulski: John Fleure; Gerry Conley; Hal Johnson: Bill Miller; Bob Loucks; Joe Gilmore. Back Row: John Verhoven; Elwood Hansman; Claude Coats; Bill Brinker; Clyde Whipple; Jack Campbell; Don Kirkpatrick; Pat Phillips; Dan Hable; Kurt Ewend. Tinsel time in Ann Arbor and houses are dressed for the festivities. Theta Belts take advantage of high ceiling, bay window get in trim with a jolly green giant tree. There are few things in a fraternity house that could so fix the concentrated attention of a group of men. In this particularinstance, it ' s television. W Front Row: Richard Ham; David Harris; Irvrin Hicks; Ward Bissel; Charles Carter; Charles Wilson; Mike Flynn; William Lehma. Second Row: William Gilbert; Melvin Devers; John Amrhein; Dudley Chap man; Carl Hinricks; Richard Trackler; Ronald Ritzier; Paul Salditt; Robert Wisner. Third Row: James Easley; Bruce Bacon; Eugene McCrachen; Richard Doolen; Kenneth Perkins, presi- dent; Earl Lundin: Robert Ilgen fritz; Kenndall Fowler; Donald Carlsen; Fred Bryan. Fourth Row: William Andrews; Gordon Summer- bell; John Ross; Tom Chamberlain; Ted Betts; Richard Salditt; David Arnold: Kirk Lewis. Fifth Row: Donad McXaught; Lee Mc- Laughlin; Xorman Gersabeck; Cliff Michael; Jon Deimel; Robert Gersabeck; Dale Dawkins; Alvin Haggerty; Len Scott. Back Row: Walter Averill; Jarry Yardley; Cliff Johnson: Arthur St. Clair; Robert Gettel; Edward Garlick; Roy Lowe; Eugene Lehman; Robert Patterson; James Sturrock; Jack Burchfield. THETA XI Drink Brew A bicycle built for three would solve the transportation problems of these Theta Xis after the daily schedule of classes. Come party time, those involved seem content to be called down on the carpet for an evening. Christmas gift from Ann Arbor policemen was Roque, mascot of the Trian gle gallery. Building up hotrods is a popular hobby in the house. Carburetor work in a modified Ford is inspected by some of the engine enthusiasts. TRIANGLE I. H.T. F. P. Front Row: Richard Barrow; John Hegstrom; Rhody Xornberg; Richard Balogh. Second Row: Raymond Sand; William Barnard; John Denman; John Rackov; Bradford Barr; Robert DeLosh. Third Row: George Rassweiler; Harry Anderson; James Burnett; Robert Proestel; Gene Myers. Back Row: Arthur Pierson; David Thomas; James Roof; Lawrence Bostrom; Arthur Cieslak; Mitchell Rackov. rf j f I I Front Row: Chester Kendzior; William Xighbor; Dorrance McCullen. Second Row: Jon Brake; Jay Kcllaway: Douglas Bailey; Robert Roensch; Victor Carlson; Thomas Bailey. Back Row: Robert Prentice; Glen Howell; Ralph Canfield; Floyd Smith; Charles Stephens; William Wait. TRIGON Every Man a Tiger With the world in the background, a less gregarious Greek passes time with some passages in Time, while more bois- terous brothers perform at the piano. Mascot Dagmar, an appreciative audience, serves as best friend, and critic. 191 ZETA BETA TAU . . . and Loyal Through the Years Front Row: Kreh Connart; Tom Klein; Tom Lewy; Mike Jacobson; Mike Gordon; Richard Grauer; Mort Dubnmv: Howard Ringel; ' Boh Segar; Jim Meyers; Rodney Leslie. Second Row: John Leslie; Chuck Kriser; Ronald Shorr; Al Konop: Gene Schiff; Sam Harris; Jay Cohlen; Bernard Maza: Steve Rykoff; Mark Mojot; Herb Wander; John Harris; John Macht; Mike Cohen. Third Row: Bill Stone: Stan Sheyer; Gene Loring; Jay Martin; Lou Slavin; Sam Dodek; Mike May; Buz Victor; Stanley Leiken; President; David Smcrling: Max Bergman; Norm Giddan; Joel Kaplan; Chuck Kaminsk: Barnet Helzberg. Fourth Row: Bob Herzfeld: Lou Tishler; Lee Tenen- baum; Ken Rogat; Stu Lerman; Al Grinsf elder; Mike Bernstein; Bob Ziegleman; Mark Gallon; Chuck Rivkin; Howard Boasberg; Nort Remes; Stan Alfred; Ralph Rose; Sta n Levenson; Kirke Lewis; Joe Jankowsky; Bob Nederlander; Mike Kadena; Bob Hoffman; Harry Israel; Mickey Silverman; Bob Littman; Lou Hamberger; Phil Pines; Norm Shubert; Don Cohodes. Back Row: Lea Salans: Art Fried- man; Mort Siegel; Ivan Kushen; Herb Karzen; Larry Rattner; Paul Pappas; Todd Lief; Bill Caro; John Lewy; Howard Siegel; Dick Kahn; Roy Steinberg; Gerry Schreiber; Bob Cohler; Harvey Freed. r ' Revelry at reveille rouses the ZBTs from sack time as pillows plummet through the dorm. Below in the music room a more wide-awake contingent slips in a few popular platters to supplement the required classics in Music Lit. i Front Row: William Wiard; Stuart Allen; Nicholas Wassil; Bruce Campbell. Second Row: Fred Swart : James Filgas: Howard Lipsey; Andrew Roedel; John Schippel; Charles Smillie. Third Row: Henry Schaafsma: Maurice Ramsey; Frank Rpstocil; Maurice Wester- dale; John Hellyer: Richard Jones; Jerome Grantz: John Gushing. Back Row: Robert Morden; Charles Franti; David Frayne; Donald Christian; Donald Way; Carleton Heist; Charles O ' Malley; F. William Block. ZETA PSI Tau Kappa Phi Zetes practice rushing techniques on their Doberman. A thoroughbred, Lord Mac Duff commands an exclusive and formal greeting. Once in bonds, Duffy receives warm congratulations and grooming for ' 55 squirrel-chasing Olympics. Annual tea intake in sorority houses during alumni entertaining, faculty hours and rush parties astounds tea totalers everywhere. Over the years, many develop a taste for it. When dressing formally, the eye of a brother is usually more perceptive than one ' s own in the mirror. When a beau needs a bow, he is fit to be tied for the occasion. 194 Though differing in purpose from the social, the professional fraternity fulfills similar needs in the individual. One may join very practically for professional contacts but his allegiance is welded through common studies as well as living quarters. For the married members, houses are still a social center. Frequent parties provide an inexpensive evening among friends of mutual interests. PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES 195 Front Row: Larry Wheatin; Ronald Town; David Kenny; David Wulfram; David Endicott; David Harmer. Second Row: Dick Miok- ka; John Angus; George Gryka; Morley Russel; Ronald Carstans; Orville McCurdy. Third Row: Robert VanDyne; Robert Tripp; Howard Hall; Charles Eckfield; Leland Boddy; Wallery Sergy. Back Row: Sherman Susman; Earnest Salter; Dayton Hunt; George Clark; Otars Ilisgin; Harry Cosway. ALPHA CHI SIGMA Chemical Fraternity Despite the raging rivalry between engineers and lit school chemists, AXS men snatch moments of comfort. 196 Taking a break from the grind of the medical curriculum, the Alpha Kappa Alphas lounge among Grecian columns or resort to a gambol with Goren in the card room. ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA Medical Fraternity Front Row: Ree ; e Jones; Duane Person: Michael Paparella; Joe Kinoaid: John Carter; Dennis Van Alst; James Langley; James Rosbolt. Second Row: Leonard Howard; James Gibbons; Ted Pearce; Russell Hanlon: Donald Harris; Larry Clanon: Dr. DeWeese ;Fred Pierce: Stanley Michaels: Robert Hoover; Philip Hunt. Third Row: Jerry Navarre: Gene Homeister; Paul Linnell; Jerry Powley; John Mc- Coll; Richard Chess; Tom Coles; Dave Lodbell; Costas Kleanthoiis: Lud Breiling; Dick Baker. Back Row: Dave Stiff; Paul Rowe; Dan Renner; Jack Vincent; Owen Robins: Frank Merriek; Paul Radgens; Jim Pappin; Ken Bitman; Steve Schweinsberg; Chuck Tan- nel; Jerry Anderson ; John Somers; Jose Correa: Bill Fox. ALPHA KAPPA PSI Business Fraternity Even members of the oldest professional fraternity in the country will occasionally grow weary of maintaining decorum. Fro - Gi c Front Row: Peter Repenning; Kurt Retzler; Glenn Daffern; James Sharp; Thomas Strang. Second Row: Owen Reinert; James Ryan; John Panfil; Harry Pawlowski: Ralph Goodwin; Roger Kinnear; Edward Kettenstock. Third Row: Robert Linde; William Seeburger; Dick Gresla; Richard Shower; Thomas Grove; Rollin Shoemaker; Eugene Yehle; Robert Vokac. Fourth Row: Clifford Franklin; Amnuay Viravan; Kenneth Gedris; John Rausei ; Dean Bussart; Thue Rasmussen; Gene LaBelle; Ted Sample. Fifth Row: John Ne- quist : Peter Wright; John Ziolkowski; Alan Butterworth; Jack Nolingberg; Marvin Billow; Richard Haertel; Gilbert Lavey. Back Row: John Donovan; Sam Bradley; Carl Bergstrom; James Morrison; Neil Bersch; Philip Belleville; David Smith; Pkiward May: Mamichohr Azarpour; Gerald Beiser; David Salter. : 198 Front Row: Jerome Greene; Loren Daniels; Sheldon Sonkin: Herschel Horowitz; Sheldon Plotnik: Stuart Falk. Second Row: Herman Sehiff: Bruce Billes; Albert Rosengarten; David Stulborg: Fred Garber, president; James Benson; Clifford Heller: David Edgar; Shcrwin Fifihman. Third Row: Dr. Samuel Xagel; Conrad Goode: David Goode; David Weine: Richard Bernstein; Morton Demak; Sanford Greenspan: Paul Hichman; Bernard Shapiro. Back Row: Jerry Grossman: Jason Goode; Verne Primack; Sheldon Abramson; Stanley Pusikov; Murray Shekter; Ted Miller; Irving Freedman; Melvyn Eder; Harold Firstone. ALPHA OMEGA Dental Fraternity The Alpha Omega house is equipped with a private dental lab, complete with blowtorch, for producing plates and bridges from castings of the patient ' s mouth. 199 Although the Christmas tree is conventionally decorated, the Alpha Rho Chi ' s d vell amid modern furnishings, reflecting contemporary architecture and design. ALPHA RHO CHI Architectural Fraternity Front Row: Thomas Williams; Donald Manzagol; John Kuieck; Douglas Sehroeder. Second Row: Marvin Flam; Carl Goldberg; Robert Johnson; John Myrhre; Samuel Morello. Third Row: John Owen; William Demiene: Elton Robinson; Carl Bradley; Thomas Flynn; Nicholas Lardas. Fourth Row: Harry Montague; Donald Bergsma; Frederick Stevenson; Ronald Rogers; Stanley Bohinc; Kenneth Ball. Back Row: Art Muschenheim; Robert Stevens; Gordon Ryan; Stanley Aizinas; Robert Brown; James Baldwin; Kenneth Kaji. 200 Front Row: Nicholas Semos; John Marshall; William Bowles; William Osgood; Henry Milczuk; Edward Sohaeki; I arry Jackson. Sec- ond Row: William Todd: Milo Danzeisen: Robert Lorey: Clifton Rautioloa; Ward Cole; Stanton Gilliland; David Mills; Ian Lament; Duane Bigsby: Edward Hiene. Third Row: Charles Dixon; Haven Doane; John Cameron; William Swanson; Danvin Van Raulte: William Goering, president: Haivey Turner; David Thompson; Donald Fragnoli; Joel Vugteueen; Carl Cross; Kenneth Hock. Fourth Row: Ronald Sharier: William Bottomry; Donald Cole; Salvatore Gregory; Robert Peterson; Koji Kanai; Robert Westman; W T arren Finkbeiner; Donald Xafe; Gary Baker. Fifth Row: Donald Spengler; John Chapleski; Charles Murray; William Shelton; Kirk Hamilton; Aldan Granigan; Edward Jennings: Bernard Ozinga; Walter Stewart. Back Row: Raymond Shegos; Donald Mclntyre; Jack Lewis; Michael McKenna: Edward Hollar; John Clark; Robert Evans; Peter Clifford; Harold Maude; Donald Kelly; Richard Kocon; James Xordoff; Robert Xominelli: Ronald Huey; Radford Fisher. ml Supplied with the proper equipment for academic and visceral digestion, a Dent student attacks pathology. DELTA SIGMA DELTA Dental Fraternity 201 Front Row: Peter Kussurelis; Josc])li Bugeia; Eugene McKelvey; Orriu Bush; John Lawyer; Albert Meyer: Walter Charney. Second Row: Richard Morton; Donald Fairhairn; Lawrence Gilbert; Nate Newkirk; Morris Wyman, president; William Freyermuth; Leonard Kujawa; Guillermo Hernandez; James Woolf. Third Row: Richard Royce; Robert Croll; Sherwood Berman; Chester Weed; John Spoutz; Donald VanStone; John Hungerford; Gary See. Back Row: Donald Nissle; David Pelton; Alan Grant: Richard Rotz; Charles Bancroft; David Caplan; Fred Buhler; Burr Joslin; Glen Southerton. DELTA SIGMA PI Commerce and Business Administration Fraternity The Delta Sigma Pi ' s, realizing that business has its social moments, take a reprieve from the statistics of trade regulations of commerce at their Christmas formal. 202 Medical men are strategically located be- tween speech and psych clinics. Such sur- roundings may benefit telephone manner. - NU SIGMA NU Medical Fraternity Front Row: William Wilkinson; Gordon Finnie; Richard Bourne; Edward Lewis; Thomas Stafford; Gordon Hyde; Thomas Skrentney; James Ross; Xeal Vanselow; Xorman Amos. Second Row: William Yost; Bertil Larson; Robert Knode; Lathrop Berry; Hayden Pal- mer; Philip Anderson; Richard Bartlett; Douglas Person ; Theodore Osius: John Ingold; Richard Hodgman. Third Row: John Kennedy; John Bull; Dean Carlson ; Jeremiah Turcotte ; Charles Emery: John Harper; Alfred Schroeder; Charles Schroeder; Robert Kerry; Ed- ward Reifel: Robert Messer: George Allen; Richard Reilly; William Reamer. Back Row: Robert Baker; John Hartzell; Wallace Jef- fries; Orville Weaver; James Youngblood; Donald Babcock; Robert Johnston; John McGrae; John Colwell; Maurice Pelto; Harold Kostoff; Harry Allis; James Vercoe; William Bow; Clarence Christensen. Holding degrees from Calvin, Hope, and Western Michigan, Phi Alpha Kappa ' s com- plete their graduate work at the University. PHI ALPHA KAPPA Front Row: George Hoekstra; .lim DcHaan; John Cook; Dale Artz; Jay Vandersluis; Bruce VanVoorst; Everett Huizenga; Dewey Bakker. Second Row: Ronald Stegehuis; Bob Rector; Chris Helmus; Dewey Heetderks; Don Bosker; Gerald Dykstra; John Santinga; Jim Timmer; Vern Gebben. Third Row: Jacob Scheeres; Bernard Ozinga; Gerald Vanderwall; Roger Postmus; John Hofstra; Harold Ravesloot, president; Norm Thompson; Don Sikkema; Gene Talsma; Bob Baker; Clare Venema. Fourth Row: Dale Alkema; Dick Caldwell; Phil Huizenga; Ken MacClary; Herm Nienhuis; Gene VanDyken; Bob Vanderwagen; Armond Start; Glenn Kleinsasser; War- ren Exo. Fifth Row: Roger DeHaven; Jim Ryskamp; Dick Niewsma; Earl Visser; Dave Learned; Allan Russcher; Paul Newhof; Hugh VanderWoude; Gerald Rietburg; Rodney Wierenga; Stig Anderson. Back Row: Charles VanDyken; Bob Lyzenga; Ken Eriekson; Darrell Jaques; Vern VanderKooi; Carl Koster; Don TerKeurst; Bob Walgotten; Jim Huizinga: Dwight Penning; Claude Wezeman; Ken Boersma; Bob VanEeuwen. 204 Front Row: Richard Smith; Jerry Young; James Jacobs; William Burdick: Melvin Xoah; John Fushman; Robert Rooney; Rasem Ghan- nam; Talter Tabar; Herbert Ware; Dan Parsons; Don Blaney ; August Roty; Marvin Anderson ;Jack Sheets; Jay Xichols. Second Row: Louis Helder; Lloyd Kammeraad; William Lukash; James Lowell; Robert Wilson; Warren Winkler; James Johnson; Frank Xorman; Edward Curtis; Gerald Gleich; Jack Kihm; Robert Carbeck; Peter Aliferis; Richard Byrne; Ray Croasdale; James Burke. Third Row: Harry Snyder; Robert Visscher; Charles Wilkinson; Roy Goethe; Ken Veenstra; Frank Linn; Charles Votaw; John Cobb; Jack Hallitt; Fred Sanocki; Jack Doucette. Fourth Row: Ralph Cram; Harry Visscher; John Doolittle; Edwin Kerr; Jay Wark; Wallace Pearson; James Davis; Robert McDonald; Richard Elwyn; Robert Clark; Charles Dafoe; Norman Welch; Jarry Strauch; George Beni- sek; Ford Keitzer; Herman Outcault; Robert Buchanan; William Bateman; William Lubke; Bud Dejong; Richard Pollars. Back Row: Harry Easom; Ray Culver; James List; Carl Reiley; Robert Albers; Larry Sweet; Alfred Kiessel; Forrest VanDam; Tom Galantowicz; Dr. Frederick Wentworth; Henry Januszka; Patrick Walsh; Jack Dubois; Dale Scott; Robert House; Greg Burhans; Ben Blackett; Edwin Mauer; Roland Hiss; Richard Gilmartin; Craig Ramsay; Lee Weatherside. PHI CHI Medical Fraternity . : Set back in the woods of Washte- naw, Phi Chi house harbors medics and Mugger, an experimental span- iel, rescued from the pharmacol- ogy lab. 205 Meeting at the Union and in apartments, Phi Delta Chi co-sponsors the Apothecary Ball and includes a spring dinner dance and stag dinner in the year ' s social program. Students work to win the prize Phi Delta Chi annually awards the out-standing pharmacy student. PHI DELTA CHI Pharmacy Fraternity Front Row: Allen Leonard: Jack Austin: Duncan McVeari; Marshall Grillp;Barton Feldman; King Kwan; Wilfred Inoue. Second Row: James Bower; Roland Zagnoli; Edward Draheim: Dr. Warren McConnell; Daniel Kornacki; David Loveland; John McCormick; James Richards; Theodore Benya. Back Row: Peter Rottenbueher; Thomas Jordan; Wayne Marine; Ralph Duggan; Emerson Green; Bert Bez; Stanley Kulakowski; Hans Blaubach; Henry Schnelbach; Robert Duzsky. 206 t ' , Front Row: Ralph Wolfstein; Jack Labin; Donald Olshansky; Fred Kapetansky; Leonard Loren; Fred Horwitz. Second Row: Conrad Giles ; William Rubinoff; Henry Guralnick; Larry Abramson; George Blum; Melvyn Wolf; Herbert Sherbin; David Litowsky; Frank Blumenthal; Stanley Kathlcin. Third Row: John Loomis; Lawrence Okun; Martin Lee; Xorman Bolton; Lawrence Wellman; Charles Weingarten; Milton Green; Richard Kommel; Paul Levin; Daniel Schechter. Back Row: Charles Berman; Marvin Gordon; Ronald Schwartz; Harold Katzman; Marvin Siegal; Herbert Rossin; Howard Robinson; David Levenson: Jules Margoles; Robert Gantz. PHI DELTA EPSILON Medical Fraternity Stressing intense professional interest, Phi Delta Epsilon holds " Journal Club " twice a month when a member of the medical faculty addresses the group in their house on Washte- naw. Once a year, the fraternity imports a prominent physician who speaks before the entire medical school. 207 Front Row: Donald Butler; John Eaton; Kenneth Averill; Keith Averill; Russell Howard; Robert Jewel t; Richard Paterson. Second Row: Larry Kelly; Richard Simpson; Joe Zrull; Michael Lashmet; Pete Malcohm; Richard Foss; William Pollock; Bruce Lessien; Rob- ert Armstrong; Ward Taylor. Third Row: Mark McQuiggan; George Viscomi; Almon Schut; Roy Correa; Arche Pequet; Donald Woomer; Reginald Pugh, president; Eugene Smoley; Charles Friend; William Mahoney; James Kermath: Luman Hughes. Fourth Row: Thomas Varbedian: John Dwyer; John Palmer; Theodore Hariton; Alden Parker; Paul Baldoni; Richard Ferrington; James Dyll. Fifth Row: Sherwood Deriton; Allen Allie; James Mullaney; Gerald Jackowski; James Cassidy; Jack Cox; Richard Wilson; Grant Withey: Thomas Rea; Daniel Palmer. Back Row: Robert Jardinico; Jack Martin; Gilbert Kucera; Charles Zimont; David Dawson; Donald Visschei ; Edward Miller; William Olsen; Dale Armstrong; Lynn Howell; Richard Ryan; John O ' Sullivan; John Ison; John Parker. PHI RHO SIGMA Medical Fraternity After a hard day in the operating room, three-handed pinochle affords an opportunity to relax and to dis- cuss unusual cases while bidding, melding, and fol- lowing suit. 208 h ' I r , Psi Omegas boast a well-equipped dental lab in their Hill Street House, but emerge occa- sionally for parties and ivory inspection of a more entertaining nature. PSI OMEGA Professional Dental Fraternity Front Row: Robert Xissle; Donald Ambrose; Joseph Karkut ' Richard Ray; Roger Sullivan; John Laman; Carl Pevrach; Herb Carpen- ter: Eugene Buatti. Second Row: Joseph Rutz; Charles Madden; Larry Kinstle; Dan Miner; Theodore Touma; Jerry Xiswander; Larry Lenhardt; John Leitch; William Oles. Third Row: Eldon Bailey; John Cederna; William Fowler; William Spencer; Ralph Pu- chalski; John Lingon; Ken Frieswyk; James Greig; Philip Slovick; William Najjar; Donald Sprague. Back Row: Richard Wheeler; Ralph Smith; Roger Tuck; Peter Witzky; John Kukula; Lester Volke; Robert Streelman; Al Lang; William Thompson; William Rahn: Lester Tomaszewski. v y In addition to the social functions, companion- ship and more intimate living conditions afforded by a social organization, the professional fratern- ity adds the natural bond of a common occupa- tional interest. A great percentage of the members are married, but those who do live in the house may take advantage of equipment for work in their field and for the customary diversions of group living. CANDIDLY 210 locating . ; ORGANIZATIONS Basically the University offers an opportunity for formal education, but beyond the classroom, perhaps at the ex- pense of the classroom, is the rewarding extracurricular field of publications, student government, arts, and special interest groups. STUDENT OFFICES MON.-FRI. 3 -5 p.m. MICHIGAN UNION Tom Leopold, left, president of the Union, serves as its representative to the campus, while Dick Pinkerton, executive secretary, supervises the service and activity program of the Union. Both strive to make the Union a hub of men ' s activities. MA II _ _______ _ m mfm The Union celebrated its fiftieth anniversary this year with a face lifting. The addition of a sixty foot wing to the north of the present structure will provide a modern snack bar and cafeteria in addition to meeting and conference rooms. 212 ad tt ' s The Executive Council, nerve center of student activities at the Union, directs student pro- jects and service. Above: Keith Pohl, Merrill Kaufman, in charge of personnel and admin- stration; and Bob Blosey who oversees campus affairs. Beloxv: Gus Gianakaris, social chair- man; Mark Gallon, co-ordinator of student services, and Harvey Rutstein, head of the dance dominion. Executive Council To focus the attention of the cam- pus on the facilities and services of the Union, Todd Lief, Jerry Hayes, and John Collins respectively han- dle Union public relations, Union- University relations, and publicity. 213 Representatives to the Board of Governors of the Michigan Union include both faculty and students who share in the formulation of Union policy. Front Row: Chester Wisler; Donald May; Dick Pinkerton; Tom Leopold; Wil- liam Palmer; Joseph Hooper; Hawley Tapping; Walter Rea. Back Row: Otto Graf; Dick Buck; Robert Henderson; Steve Jelin; Robert Baker; Howard Nemerovski; Gregg Schmidt; Douglas Hayes; Franklin Kuenzel; James Lewis. Pool, billiards, and ping pong tables are available on the Union ' s second floor. For the sports minded, there is a ticker tape which reports the latest athletic results. Across the hall is the Pendelton Memorial Library which is one of the most comfortable spots on campus to study or browse. 214 Remodeling and construction banged their noisy heads at the Michigan Union. The swimming pool was modernized and piles of pipe and orange steel girders became the superstructure for the north wing. Gaining valuable experience working as Union tryouts were: Front RowrSteve Cahen; FredAengat; DickCramer: HarlanGivelher; Mel Devek; Mort Lippman: Xeil Barnett; Bill Bohsach; Larry Walders: Burt Schwartzberg. Second Row: Duane LaMoreaux; David Shuirman; Robert Budde; Buck Bebeau; Mark Sabin: George Henrich; Bill King. Third Row: Al Grinsfclder: Don Seltz; Jack Vise: Russ Ray man: Russ McKennan; Al Drebin; Fred Zechman: Roy Lave; Steve Shalanta; Dave Thovin; Fred Williams; Fred Trost; Dave Benner: Herb Karzen; George Jones. Back Row: Bill Moeller:Jim Leven; Tom Gougeon; Ron Malis; Loren Singer; Burt Ep- stein; Kirke Lewis. Gerry Mohrig; Jay Victor; Sheldon Rosenthal: Bob Wisener; Lee Tenebaum; Stewart Shear. 215 " Hail to Victor, " the thirty-fifth Union Opera burlesqued the struggle for coeducation at the University in the Gay Nineties. President Harlan Diagonal promised to admit the coeds, if their leader, Madelon Stactwell, would make a man of Victor Valiant. Murry Frymer wrote the book for the opera and collaborated with Paul McDonough and Richard Sein on the lyrics. Behind the stage illusion is the reality of grease paint, nail polish, peroxided wigs, and costumes with appropriate padding. The hustle behind the scenes is as much a part of theatrical glitter as the actual appearance before the audience. Union Opera costume fittings are hilarious; the costume committee had more fun than anybody. 216 UNION OPERA Victor Valiant, the central figure in the coed ' s fight for University admission, was portrayed by Gordon Epding. Earl Sayer, as Madelo n Stactwell, and Tom Lewy, as Phil Phybart render " Season for Love " in the epic J-Hop scene. FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY Right: With an immense birthday cake over the door and a festively decorated ballroom, the Union celebrated its golden anniversary on October 30, 1954. Left: Tom Leopold, president, and Dick Pink- erton, Executive Secretary, greet Bob Parker, first Union president and Bethune D. Blaine, first Union secretary, before the anniversary banquet. Present Union President Tom Leopold and Bob Parker, the first president of the Union, share the ceremonial shovel to turn the first spadeful of earth for the multi-million dollar addition. 218 The Spring Weekend Committee consisted of: Front Row: Jan Xorthway; Andrea Snyder; Nancy Fisher; Jo Ann Yates; Barbara Burstein; Joyce Lane; Carol deBruin; Peg Lane. Back Row: Bob Gillow; Dave Da vies; Tom Chamberlain; Kirke Lewis; Stan Leiken: FredTrost; Herb Wander; Edith McClusky. SPRING WEEKEND Spectacular publicity and weather drew the cam- pus into Spring Weekend events when men ' s houses raced soap boxes in the Wolverun Derby and com- bined talents with women ' s houses to produce skits depicting " Life in These United States " with themes ranging from television to juvenile deliquency. ' .. .$ 219 MICHIGAN LEAGUE As first lady of the League, Lucy Landers ' duties are varied and voluminous. She coordinates, approves, dis- cusses, evaluates, meets and acts. President of a mas- sive organization, she claims the resposibilities are heavy, but the contacts and experience rewarding. Members of the 1955 League Council are: Front Row: Mary Lee Birmingham; Alice James; Sally Wilkinson; Jo Karsh. Second Row: kSally Lorber; Hazel Frank; Helen Schwartz; Nancy Wright; Lucy Landers; Nancy Schiller; Mary Blunt; Sally Stahl; Mary Jo Park. Back Row : Lu De Hurt ; Debbie Shavelson ; Joan Hy man ; Pat Marx ; Barb Uebel ; Mary Sherman; Jeannette Grimm; Nancy Riley ; Margie Price; Char Rolnick; Joanne Craft. The lady herself the Women ' s League - - important center of events artistic, academic and social - - and highly organized nucleus of womens ' activities. 220 $W, 4 _ a?Jff - : v I Anticipated with anxiety but faced without fear in their atmosphere of sincere interest and friendliness are Inter- viewing and Nominating Committee members: Ricky Erskine; Betty Jean Kafka; Lois Klein; Sally Lorber, chair- man; Alicia Tarrant; Nancy Jaquette; Martha Wallbillich. Assisting in the Undergrad office, the Burocats perform essential services for committees and at the same time become familiar with the functions of the League. This prepares them to assume responsible positions in the League and on campus as a whole. ' Ww B 1 ' ? - s? Functioning as a link between women ' s housing units and the League, the Wom- en ' s Senate discusses campus issues and plans, evaluates projects and services to synthesize the opinions and actions of Michigan women. 221 Women who wish to channel spare time into volunteer work in the hospital or seek a paid position in the community are aided by Community Service Committee members: Bernice Pericin; Ursula Geb- hard; Charnie Butman; and Joan Hy- man, chairman. Bottom: Char Rolnick, Dance Chairman, checks on a practice session as Shirley Baylis. Shirley Sikken- ga, Ed Arcila, and Dave Shaub swing into the Charleston. Coordinating and reviewing various judiciary councils all over the campus are Women ' s Judiciary Council members: Joycelyn Finegold, Sally Stahl, Mary Nolan, Sally Wilkinson, Ginny Cooke, Eve Tyler, and Lois Mishelow. 222 Production and try-outs of Gulantics is one of the major concerns of the Special Projects Committee, headed by Debbie Shavelson and assistant Gwen Finkleman. As members of the Public Relations Com- mittee, Ruth Bulderis, Mary_ Sherman, and Xancy Davenport deck the League halls for the Christmas season, publish the Lowdown and work with the Union in publicizing activities through the Union- League calendar and radio programs. Beyond their extensive activities within the League, Social Committee members Grace Ritow, Elaine Bice, Carolyn Moehler, Dorothy Clarkson and Chairman Joanne Craft cooperate with the Union in joint social affairs and help Mrs. Hatcher entertain at the monthly student open houses held in the President ' s home. Central Cymmitte for the 1955 Junior Girls ' Play was: Front Row: ancy Johnson; Cathy King; Carol Ford; Judy Tatham; Elinor Ricker; Louise Blanehard; Barbara Backlar. Second Row: Ruth Hayward; Betty Powell; Yvonne Cousins; Marilyn Mi ller; Alice James, chairman; Mary Streib; Elizabeth Garland; Emily Harding. Back Row: Tobi Zuieback; Sarah Hayden; Sue Garfield; Mary Bauer; Ingrid Arnesen; Mary Slawson; Betty Brown; Irene Kellogg; Edith Mc-Clusky; Paula Strong. JUNIOR GIRLS ' PLAY Rehearsing scenes from " Cock-a-Hoop, " junior girls again took the opportunity to display their talents in song and dance, increasing friendships within their class via participation in the many committee activities and in the play itself. 224 Satirizing the history of Michigan, the class of ' 57 presented skits embodying the spirit and sport of Ann Arbor ' s evolution from the Indian era on the Huron through the war years when the campus suffered a singularly depres- sing man shortage. Narrated by Chief Michidrama, the skits were climaxed by the finale " Keep it Cool " which set a precedent for future years at Michigan. SOPH SCANDALS I Central Committee for the Scandals: Front Row: Vickey Adelburg; Patricia Drake; Diane Cook; Mary Gromberg; Ruth Bassichis; Mickey Eisenberg; Janet Fildew. Second Row: Mary Jean Crocker; Mary Rupp: Sharon Callahan; Mary Lee Birmingham, general crriirman; Xancy McDonald, assistant general chairman; Jeanne Xewell; Pat Sackandy. Back Row: Natalie Grondick; Doris Linton; Allison Everett; Constance Butler; Sharon Shantz; Ann Reichardt; Wilma Larmee; Suzanne Sullivan. n Assembly President Hazel Frank heads the or- ganization that gives unity and voice to Mich- igan ' s independent women. ASSEMBLY Directing Assembly activities are 1954 Board members: Sylvia Levi, Personnel chairman; Sally Hirsch, public relations chairman; Lois Yandell, social chraiman; Grace Rito v. secre- tary; Hazel Frank, president; and Mary Jo Park, vice-president. Back Row: Madge Law- rence, second vice-president; Judy Leib, Big Sister chairman; Lois Shein, special projects; Mrs. Elsie Fuller, advisor; and Judy Jennis, treasurer. 226 Assembly and IHC put heads together to plan the agenda for the April weekend when Michigan will host the Big Ten conference of independents. Delegates discussed current, common problems of dormitory living. In the Front Row: are Leonard Schaadt, Judy Leib, Lois Shein, Judy Jennis, Hazel Frank, and Sylvia Levi. Allen Smith, Ken Gram, and Tom Bleha are in back. A spectacular I ' nbirthday cake dominated the Alice in Wonderland theme of the annual Assembly Ball. At right, Judy Jennis and Hazel Frank discuss the purchases and policies of dorm stores, those convenient supply houses for after-hour demands ranging from soap to nuts! Essentially a policy-making organization, the Assembly-Dormitory Council discusses cur- rent issues in independent women ' s housing. Top topics this year were combatting prob- lems of increased enrollment and constitution- al revision. f A Bunch of Bananas and A Bottle of Gin " inspired faculty judges to award Hobbs House first place this year in the annual Fortnite when independent women entertain each other with short skits that run the gamut in tone and theme. i 1 v : PANHELLENIC President Jean Bromfield who repre- sented, guided and coordinated the activi- ties of the Panhellenic bodv. 1 Panhel Council discusses individual problems such as the housing of an ineligible pledge and questions of a more general nature loan funds. Front Row: Carol deBruin; Junior Panhellenic President; Jeri Fox, Treasurer; Jean Bromfield, president; Margie Spindler, Rushing chairman; Beckie Xinness, secretary. Back Row: Barbara Heider, first vice-president; Ginny Abbey, second vice-president; Debbie Townsend, Rushing counselor chairman; Marlene Jaffa, Public relations. Members of Panhel and IFC, Peggy Hubbard, Joe Simon, Nancy Stevens, Betty Brown, Mary Nolen, Alleen Wid- dis, Ginny Abbey, and Jerry Goebel make plans for Greek Week which included workshops, a president ' s retreat at the Fresh Air Camp and a picnic featuring a talk by Walt Kelly, creator of Pogo. The Public Relations Committee, left, consisting of Peggy Hubbard, Alice James, Marlene Jaffa and Jean MacRae, arranges sorority-dorm exchange dinners and supervises Panhel publications. Right: Rushing counslors are trained to serve the rushee vith this end, counselors serve in every capacity from sorting masses of preference cards to making a difficult decision more comfortable. Once a year Panhel puts service aside in favor of a completely social soiree Panhel Ball. Members of the Candy- land Central Committee were Front Row: Peggy Hubbard, general chair- man; Dorothy McElroy; Jane Kohr. Back Row: Sally Miller; Betty Thomp- son; Cynthia Krans; Mary Cross; Ruth Cohen. 230 Junior Panhel serves essentially as a training center but also executes projects and services of its own. This year ' s officers, Jan Tinkham, Ginny Royal and Carol DeBruin plan the study forum. Junior Panhel members form u bucket brigade, at right, to collect funds for the Fresh Air Camp. " JUNIOR PANHELLENIC H III At fall rush parties, future members of Junior Panhel are first introduced to each other and part of the system. 231 After a hectic beginning in the spring of 1952, the Interhouse Council solved the difficulties of organization and University recognition, to become the representative of quadrangle residents. Stressing the constructive, the IHC completed Operation Inquiry, a survey to evaluate the quad system and its role in the University community. INTERHOUSE COUNCIL Explaining the basis of the increase in board and room for residence halls was just one of the many problems that confronted Stan Levy as president of IHC this year. As head of the three-year-old organization, Stan guided the IHC in assisting individual houses to develop internal strength through suggested activities and projects. The body also tackles the monumental task of repre- senting the very independent views of three- thousand independent men. IHC Committee Chairmen were: Front Row: Don McLennon; Sylvia Troy; Dave Hubly; Karen Grooms; Russ Hol- land, and Back Row : Bob Warrick; Hank Bayliss; Vic Nelson. The planning of the Big Ten Residence Halls, House Presidents, and IHC conferences as well as the coordination of IHC committees is performed by the Cabinet, the IHC ' s executive branch. Front Row: Dave Hubly; Stan Levy, president; Tom Bleha; Sandy Task. Back Row: Ralph McCormick; John Harlan; Vic Nelson; Al Dauer. 233 WBSSKBito Leading the Michigan Interfraternity Council were: Stanley Bernstein, secretary; James Walters, executive vice- president; John Baity, president; Robert Weinbaum administrative vice-president; and Frank Vick, treasurer. The smooth-running IFC office is the center of a net- work of communications between the executive com- mittee and the Administration, the Fraternity House Presidents ' Assembly and other campus groups. At right, President John Baity who guides the activities of one of the most effective IFC or- ganizations in the nation. 234 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Top: Twice honored by the National Interfraternity Conference for its outstanding pro- gram, the Michigan Interfraternity Council was guided by its Executive Committee con- sisting of Jack Krapohl, Frank Vick, Lt. Col. Sam Beckley, Ron Larson, John Hibbard, William Zerman, Harold Angelo, John Baity, chairman; James Walters, H. Seger Slifer; Richard Good, Stanley Bernstein, Pete Dow, Fred Lyons, and Robert Weinbaum. Bottom picture shows IFC Committee Chairman with Administrative vice-president Rob- ert Weinbaum, center front. Others are left to right: Roger Comstock, John Boyles and Richard St. John. Robert Knutson and Keith Coats stand behind. With paint brushes and mops, sorority and fraternity pledges serve the University. During " Help Week " each fall, the Junior IFC, in conjunction with Junior Panhel, works to refurbish the Fresh Air Camp at Brighton. JUNIORMFC Pledge class presidents meet as the Junior IFC, under the direction of officers chosen from the pledges of the previous semester. Front Row: Bob Stahl, secretary; Joe Cox, vice- president; Fred Lyons, former president; Rob Trost, president; and John Etter, treasurer. Back Row: Dick Fink, former secretary and George Henrich, former treasurer. STUDENT LEGISLATURE For the first time since 1949-50, two different peo- ple served as SL president during one academic year; Steve Jelin filled the post in the fall, while Xed Simon took over in the spring. Fate thereby compensated for her earlier miscalculation which had thrown Steve, an ardent Democrat and Xed, a future Young Republican president, together as freshmen roomates. She eventually steered their interests into the same activity. In the December all-campus election, stude nts decided by a 7 - 2 margin to combine the functions and powers of the Student Legislature and Student Affairs Committee into a new group called the Student Government Council. The " SGC Yes " decision climaxed a campaign during which the pros and cons of the proposed structure were debated via the Daily, by the SL candidates and various campus interest groups, and in a poorly attended all- campus forum. The SGC awaited only the spring election to become a reality, and the SL and SAC wound up their respective eras on the campus scene comparatively unnoticed by most. ., As usual, SL candidates in the fall decided that posters were the best method of getting their names before the voters. And as usual, store owners in the student populated areas of Ann Ar- bor were beseiged with requests for window space. Perhaps because of the doubtful future of SL, the posters as a group were more conservative than usual with the black and white standard size predominating. Speaking to house groups or holding forth on the diag, candidates employed the conventional means of becoming known on campus. An innovation in Michigan elections was the advent of the first campus student political party, the liberal Common Sense Party that supported twelve candidates, eight of whom were elected. 238 r Front Row: David Levy; Donna Xetzer; Ruth Ressner; Steve Jelin; Xed Simon; Bill Adams: Sandy Hoffman; Diana Hewitt; Sue Levy; Paul Dormont; Bob Chigrinsky. Second Row: Paul Vitz; Joan Bryan; Shirley Lawson; Sandy Cook; Carol Dumond; Janet Xeary; Sally Staples; Shirlee Clarke; Brenda Wehbring; George Litwin; Bob Leacock; Bob Sommer; Si Silver. Third Row: Tony Trittippo, Hank Berliner; Ron Richardson; Joe Collins; Carroll Williams; CalCovell; MarvStarman; Ron Boorstein; RonShorr; Harlan Givelber. Herb Schneider. Ballot box workers and voters withstood wintry blasts during the December all-campus elec- tion. Count workers tallied until 5 A.M. to determine who among the 34 candidates had gained the 25 seats on what turned out to be the last Student Legislature. SALE. I WO Be it now hereto and forinafter resolved that the Sunbathers are met on that sacred ground which does spout with rubber cement and photographer ' s hypo, where advertisers do hang dollars on trees and where each dawn doth coincide with a deadline, where chocolate ice cream doth drip in gallon drops and printers ' ink courses in the citizens ' veins. i ( J L SUNBATHERS Scraped up by beach-combers are Sunbathers: Front Row: Muffled Manley Gurwin; Check-Choker Cordill; Always Tweed the Weader Kindwy Roelofs. Second Row: Little Eva Alstrom; Money Myth Smith; Teachem Tactics Goddard; Krafty Koordinator King; City Snooper Myers;. Third Row: Pro- motion Potion Harrison; Pub Pricer Pollak; Lateral Lover Livingston; Coed Cornerer Corn well. Fourth Row: Master-Measurer Montgomery; Youse Guys A ' dvert-Wise ; She Soldem Goldman; Plead um Plenty Porter. Fifth Row: Photo-Phoner Palmer; Thoughtfully Thorough Urow; Wringem Wam- num Welch. Sixth Row: Campus Campaigner Cook; Willinghand Wiseband; Deep Dilemma Davis. Seventh Row: Photo Finish Fennig; Don ' tcallme I ' llcallyou Pericin; Inez P. Evans; Cherokee Cherub Lubke. 240 BOARD IN CONTROL MEMBERS Left to right: Warner Rice; James Lewis; Wilbert McKeachie; Ink White; Harland Britz; Maurice Rinkel; John Reed, chairman; Robert Wells; Glenn Mac Donald; Arthur Brandon; Dudley Phelps; Kenneth Stewart; Alan Price. BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS Not so much controlling as listening, looking and laboring, the Board does a more than adequate job of supervising and supporting the student-run manuals of Michigan. 241 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Backed by some of the more outstanding Daily front page spreads, Managing Editor Gene Hartwig over- sees the general welfare of the paper and represents the Daily to the outside world. Pat Roelofs, Associate City Editor, assists City Editor Dorothy Myers who assigns news stories and deter- mines coverage. Soph staff trainer Becky Conrad, as Associate Editor, was also responsible for the Sunday Supplement, an inno- vation this year. Jon Sobeloff, Editorial Director, criticizes an editorial with a staff member. Associate Editor Nan Swinehart supervises the Daily try-out program. Associate Business Manager Phil Brunskill coordinates business and edit staff, public relations and supervises the personnel training program. Mary Jean Monkoski is Daily Finance Manager. She supervises accounting departments for advertisements and subscription billing. - r m Business Manager Lois Pollack administers and es- tablishes the budget and keeps check on the expend- itures and revenues. Bill Wise supervises advertis- ing and plans ad promotions, filling the position of Advertising Manager. 243 Night Editors of the Daily Sports Staff: Phil Douglis; Bob Jones; Ken Copp; Al Eisenberg; Jack Horwitz; Don Lindman ; Corky Smith. Paralleling the organization of the night desk, each is responsible for the make-up of the sports page one night each week in addition to covering regular beats. At right, Sports Editor Dave Livingston and Associate Sports Editors Hanley Gurwin and Warren Wertheimer check the AP wires for the latest athletic results. These editors formulate the administrative and editorial policies of the Sports Desk. I Daily Night Editors: Front Row: Joel Berger; Murry Frymer; Louise Tyor; Dave Kaplan; Debra Durschlag; Jane Howard. Back Row: Jim Dygert; Wally Eberhard. Missing: Dave Baad. Each night editor is responsible for the make-up of the straight news pages of the paper one night each week in addition to covering the largest news beats. 244 BUSINESS STAFF:Front Row:. Mart in Weisbard; Allene Miller; Sandra Wasserstein; Dorothy Goldman; Patricia Lamberis; Linda Rubenstein: Milton Goldstein. Back Row: Richard Alstrom; Stewart Evans; Kenneth Rogat; Peter Solar; Robert Ilgenfritz; David Silver; Jem- Pasch. " N Joy Squires, Associate Women ' s Editor, Roz Schlimovitz, Women ' s Editor, and Jan Smith, Associate Women ' s Editor, formulate policies, make out assignments, set standards of writing and coordinate the activities for the entire women ' s staff. Xight editors Barbara Hecht, Mary Hellthaler, Elaine Edmonds, Jane Fowler and Virginia Robertson write exclusively for the women ' s page and receive special critiques from associate editors. 245 Phil Davis, Sports Editor; Herb Wander, Features Editor; and Marilyn Larkin, Schools and Colleges Editor, tied up telephones scheduling photog- raphers and subjects, and cropped pictures for mounting while manipu- lating complex proportion dials and slathering on the allegedly invigo- rating rubber cement. Mary Palmer, Assistant House Groups Editor, and Dick Trackler, House Groups Editor, arranged numerous photographic appointments for group shots and candids to portray University living. Diana Cook, Assistant Tryouts Editor, and Pat Goddard, Tryouts Editor, gathered their charges together weekly to teach the essentials of picture cropping, proof reading, and yearbook organization. Right: Assistant Organizations Editor Lois Fennig, and Organizations Editor Bernice Pericin shuffled photographers and organizations while eyeing the omni- present deadline. 955 ,Tue, v. 246 ' Ensian Ettatorial! Pacifying the printer, encouraging the engraver, and refereeing jurisdictional disputes among office workers, Managing Edi- tor Etta Lubke supervised " The Big Book " with omnipresent eye. THE MICHIGANENSIAN Fortified by chocolate ice cream and rubber cement, Mimi Buck, Copy Editor, met the dawn with a ream of copy and a minimum of difficulty. Mike Montgomery, Engravings Editor, spun the pro- portion dial with dexterity, checked photo proofs with an all- seeing eye, and rocked the office with piano roll recordings to pro- vide inspiration. Left : Paul Kerastas, Photography Ed- itor, took courage and Rolleiflex in hand to answer the call of desperate editors. Amid exploding flash bulbs and trays of developer, he and other photographic staff members, such as Sherman Chessler and Chuck Saxon, seen at right, produced the graphic portrayal of the year. Office Manager Ann Cordill directed the Business Staff tryout training program, arranged senior picture appointments, and coordinated the activities of the business office. Marilyn Smith, Accounts Manager; handled the ledgers, invoices, and the checking accounts. , It -! Business Manager Paul Geiger unhappily watched engraving and printing costs de- vour advertising and sales revenues, but ultimately managed to balance the Ensian ' s finances successfully. Tantalizing the campus with the myster- ies of ERD Day, General Sales Manager Fritz Cornwall led a vigorous sales cam- paign. Canvassing local and national concerns, Pierre Welch, Advertising Man- ager, emphasized the permanent value of yearbook advertising. 248 TRYOUT STAFF: Front Row: Martha Aiken; Pat Fletcher; Peggy Schwartz; Niaomi Goldman; Jacklyn Gold. Second Row: Eleanor Shaw; Robee Schultz; Judy Gamble; Dee Golonska; Barb Uebel; Barb Schatz. Third Row: Julie Crandal; Sue Novitsky; Audrey New- ton; Christine Dittmer; Ruthie Plaut. Fourth Row: Kay Olson; Jean Xagel: Kathie Xorman; Mary Ellen Eckert; Louise Ruchman; Inga Soloman; Meg Pattersor; Paula Wallach; Gretchen Himes. Fifth Row: Bob Leland; Keeling Warburton. Back Row: Howard Urow: Art Friedman; Nelson Howe; Richard Moss: Bill Johnson; Glenn Carlson; Bronson Murray; Hal Barron; Charles Sharp; Duke Gregory; Bruce Boss; Al Sehadel; Greg NefT; Bill Heath; Ron Baumer. .A. Left: Employing the essentials of salesmanship, Morgan Davis, Assistant Advertising Manager, procured both local and national ads while Cynthia Stone directed sales in campus housing units. Right : Promotions Manager Dick Harrison planned campus campaigning for ' Ensian publicity, Assistant Office Manager, Cathy King, managed spring distribution, and Campus Sales Manager Bob Porter arranged direct subscription sales at strategically located card tables on campus. GENERATION As Managing Editor of the campus inter-arts maga- zine, Ruth Misheloff supervised staff writing, gave careful consideration to submitted material and intoxicated by the first day of spring, even read outloud on the " diag " . Pondering the merits of a student manuscript that has come to their attention are staff members Donna Hill, Mike Braun, and Bob Holloway, as well as Editor Ruth and faculty consultant Dr. Arno Bader. 250 Left: Associate Editor David Tice contributed scholarly music articles and reviews to both the DAILY and GENERATION, and Assistant Editor Bill Weigand, drama expert of the staff, pro- nounced critical opinions on campus productions. William Caro, right, solemnly figured finances as GENERATION ' S Business Manager. Convening in the Hopwood Room, the GENERATION staff discusses the reception of this fall ' s first issue, in an attempt to better evaluate and further consolidate the gains made in six years of publication. I GARGOYLE GARGOYLE is a magazine, what has an editor J. W. Malcolm, who is gloomy by disposition and smiles rarely like at left .... I An art editor L. H. Scott, who never smiles, but smokes Bulgarian cigar- ettes, wears high black boots and draws good .... 252 E A staff who are: Front Row: Inez Pilk; Gigi Groznick; T. Vickers Rowlson; Babik, son of Chigrinsky; John Mannix; Michael Braun ne Pilk; Inex Pilk. Back Row: Rodney Blackmail; Dave Wakely; Gordon Black; Shirley Price; Don McXeil; David Newman; Stewart Shear; Robert Karchevski; Laurry Webber. And some more editors: Front Row: John Apple; Bob Busha. Back Row: Dave Da vies; Norm Giddan; Dave Kes- sel; Stu Ross. 253 TECHNIC Putting in his fourth year on the TECHNIC is Editor-in-Chief Chuck Stickels who writes an editorial every month in addition to supervising the entire magazine. Managing Editor Hank Hosteller, right, acts as liason man between the staff and the Craft Press and plans much of the make-up. TECHNIC Staff makes the monthly drive to meet the deadline in their West Engine office which will be torn down next year. The oldest engineering college magazine in the nation, the TECHNIC covers all engineering news from Slide-Rule Ball to engineering advancements over the nation. 254 Associate Editor Carley Meikle assists in make-up and accumulates copy while Jim Snedi- ker, in his capacity as Business Manager, supervises advertising, circulation and accounting. TECHNIC STAFF: Front Row: Jim Snediker; Xancy Allen; Chuck Stickels; Carley Meikle; Hank Mosteller. Back Row: Dottie Lewis; Gene Metsker; Shelly Levin; Dave Collier; Ian MacDonald; Rally Schultz; Chet Fine; Don Miller; Howie Urow; Dick Asmus; Pat Forbes. 255 Annually elected students in Business Administration School compose the membership of its Council, functioning as co-ordina- tors of its student body, faculty and staff. ; Front Row: John Ziolkowski; Alison Thomas; David McClurg, chairman; Kurtz Retzler; Theodore Sample. Back Row: Richard Strang; Harold Josehart; Samuel Bradley; Glenn Daffern; Charles Bancroft. M BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COUNCIL 256 Xewly-elected officers Georgiana Davidson, Dick Balzhiser and Howard Xemerovski head Joint Judic which functions to inform the campus of university regulations, deter infractions and determine equitable punishments. The Council is composed of students so that defendants may be judged by a jury of their peers who have experienced the same problems. JOINT JUDICIARY Joint Judic members from left to right are: Roger Wilkins; Elizabeth Garland; Georgiana Davidson; Norman- Giddan; Jan Rutherford; Tawfiq X. Khoury, chairman; Audrey Kapetansky; Dick Balzhiser; Cris Reifel; Howard Xemerovski. . jiHHtl HUH ffllf s I Ut ll ALPHA PHI OMEGA Service Fraternity Alpha Phi Omega stresses campus service. Members manage to dull the pandemonium of registration, to dot the lawns with signs of polite request, and to post innumerable notices for coming events. Front Row: Robert Burns; Van Bluemel; Robert Polkinghorn; Joseph Miller; Frank Butorac; Frank Rizzo; Gershom Morningstar; Robert Geake; Stephen Sniderman. Second Row: Dr. Frank X. Brown; Richard Bloss; Bruce Bevelheimer; Robert Finley; Sherwin Sokolov, president; Burton Zack; Wilfrid Hufton. Third Row: Walter Hall; Roger Seymour; Victor Nelson; Joseph Valentin; Joseph Litvin; Lynn Evans; Neil Taylor; Charles Rubin; Ted Wuerthner; James Shedlowsky; Thomas Blues: Charles Waldron; Fred Zinger. Back Row: David Brown; Richard Thombs; Gordon Parker; James McDonald; Lawrence Schreiber; Ronald Boorstein; George Keefer; Kenneth Tucker; Richard Either; Robert Eppinger; Fernando Ramirez. I if ! Front Row: Patricia Henshaw; Frances Gudemann; Mary Sue Fleming: Marcia Boothe; Mimi Buck; Eugenie Reagan; Bette-Jean Robinson; Carol Aldrich; Carolyn Walker. Back Row: Florence Greenberg; Ruth Landy; Suzanne Gilbert; Dawn Maine; Lois Fennig; Xancy Havermale; Joan Tubbs; Francine Leffler; Carol Kauffman; Wandalie Henshaw. ZETA PHI ETA Professional Speech Fraternity Assisted by their sponsor, Professor Clari- bel Halstead, Zetas combine service and profit-making projects in serving coffee and sandwiches to starving actors during re- hearsals. 259 First Row: Nelson Isada; Armando Navarette; Jose Asuncion; Juanito Abcede; Santiago Victorio; Pascual Bautista. Second Row: Ruben de la Paz; Mariano Artiaga; Phoebe Madayag; Ester Ronquillo; Lourdes L. Lontok Cruz, president; Florinda Suguitan; Luisa Hufano; Alma Gonzales. Third Row: Gabriel de Coyoca, Jr.; Agustin Mercado; Rizalina Bernal; Conception Pascua; Rebecca Aquino; Aurora Bautista; Priscilla Florentino; Natividad Evangelista; Josefina Reinante; Alma Pedro; Filonila Madamba; Ella Gomba; Editha Gonzales. Fourth Row: Jesus Artiaga; William Young; James Pua; Severe Guerrero; Leoncio Qui; Romeo Umanos; Bonifacio Man- zano; Kian Kai Lim; Florante Bocobo. PHILIPPINE-MICHIGAN CLUB T First Row: Napoleon Campomanes; Paciano Victorio; Santiago Victorio; Ruben de la Paz; Phoebe Madayag; Ester Ronquillo; Sonny Hufano; Lourdes L. Lontok Cruz, president; Florinda Suguitan; Nelson Isada; Antonio Fernando. Second Row: Lilia Amansec;Rosario Gaerjan; Rosa Vallejo; Prof. R. Swinton; Grace Wood; Mrs. J. R. Hayden; Prof. H. H. Bartlett; Natividad Verzosa. Third Row:Ramon Garcia; Jose Soberano; Helen Buhay; Pacita B. Dominado; Jose Alma Jose; Natividad Dimaya; Adelaida G. Makabeli; PetronilaM. Dipasupil; Ruby K. Mangahas; Leila Padilla; Malaya Bocobo; Angel Arguelles. Fourth Row: Melecio Gulla; Garnett Palling; Severo Senen; Ruperto Roque; Nicanor Afable; David Capobres; Alfonso Que; Eduardo Sevilla. Front Row: Daniel Nadar; V.B. Raju; Dhananjay Dholakia; Bhaskar Khanorker; Jaysingbhai Chaudhari. Second Row: Mamatta Bhattacharya; Shivajirau Desai; Jayantilal Barirya; Prabhakar Sheth; Monrombu Krisnamurthy; Indu Dave; Avtar Singh. Third Row: Anil Parikh; Vinayak Xadkar; Bhogilaj Sheth; Lai Sansari; Arun Parikh; H. M. Patel; Suresh Chitnis; Rajendra Kapoor. Back Row: Deleet Hazara; Kishor Mehta; Harkhaji Patel; B. J. Bhakta; Robindra Chakravorti; Guenvand Sutaria; Rhubir Lath. INDIAN STUDENT ASSOC. THAILAND STUDENTS Front Row: Chaleovongs Komarakul; Phuchong Bhengari; Patiphat Arayasastra; Somaiddhi Vudtithornetiraks ; Vithoon Viriyapan; Kamchorn Sathirakul. Second Row: Samniang Musik abhumma; Vichai Panyadilok; Mani Dharmgronoartama; Amnuay Viravan; Prachoomsook A. Amrung; Tanomruedee Pumipak; Chamroon Vajrabhaya; Boonma Dhajabongse. Third Row: Mally A. Rachathon; Vongphan Suthipongse; Chalao Chaiyarutana ; Vimol Tongpoonsakdi ; Pongparn Devahastin Na Ayudhya; Saovani Vejjajiva; Yiva Srisomwongse; Praneet Wiriyawit; Arunee Narkacrows; Vachari Sathirakul. Back Row: Kriang Sarajoti: Sneh Charoenrath; Prasert Navaratana; Pravit Ruyabhorn; Chulanope Snitwongs; Nandha Kitjalaksana; Somnuek Unakul; Prawati Thipayom; Visari Chowchuv- ech; Wirojana Tantraporn. n n XX Front Row: Abdul Salam Abbass; Mohammad PJl-Moslimany; Salah El-Dareor; Mahmoud Mehdi. Second Row: Majid Alwastiti; Salah P]l-Samarrai; Jamal Abdulla; Naman Xakfoob; Rasheed Muriby. Third Row: Khalil Beitinjaneh; Abdul Asadi; Abkul All; Husni Alul; Munir Bunni; Ahmad Dalati. Back Row: Mohammad Ridha; Ahmad Wardi; Hasson Al-Amiri; Hassan Mahmoud; Joseph Paris; Walid Rimawi; Adnan El-Bakri. ARAB CLUB PAKISTAN STUDENTS Front Row: Muhammad Husain; Jaffar Ali Ismaili; Jalil Ahmad. Second Row: Syed Zahid Ali; Abdul Moid; M. Sulaiman Kakli, presi- dent; Saida Kulsoom Karamat; Ayub Khanzada. Back Row: H. Masood Sohail; Mahmud ul-Hassan Yazdani; Kamal Hossian; Manir uddin Ahmad; Khalid Aziz; Muhammad Afzal. IM Front Row: John Sheperd; Jean Mumford; Carol Cohen; Gloria Fowler; Sandra Lerner. Second Row: Elinor Kahn; Jean Carduner, Assistant Director; Marjorie Greenfield; Charles Koella, Director; Lillian Bickert, president; Lee Joseph; Ed Irvine. Back Row: Bami Bourne; Mary MacDonald; Xickie Christopoulos; Henri Maget; George Valenta; James Galligan; John Hyde; Marie Caspe. FRENCH CLUB SPANISH CLUB Front Row: Barbara Ross; Hugh Kennedy: Carolee Briley; Ann Bandler, president; Mr. Alfred Triolo, Faculty Advisor; Marjorie Green- field; Dolores Lazar; Jean Scruggs; Sharon Slobin. Second Row: Barbara Bandler; Liz Dykstra; Gonzalo Rodriguez; Bill Parker John Schubeck; Gordon Sutherland; Robert Fuller; Charles Donnelly; Rick Kostoff; Marilyn Shoares; David Wolfe. Back Row; Lee Joseph; JudyPickard; Eunice Richards; Winnie Strock; Marilyn Jory; Joyce Taggart; Carey Wall; Jeanette Bednarsh; Julie Sage; Eliza- beth Evans; Silvia Herrera; Gisela Luque; Bernice Glasner. STUDENT RELIGIOUS COUNCIL Front Row: Ted Beals; Marylen Wilkins; D. L. Subrahmanyam; DeWitt C. Baldwin; Marjorie Frogel; Edna Carlson; Alice Green berg. Second Row: Joan Katsoek; Russell Thayer; Richard L. Smith; George S. Elison; Raymond Sund; Glen Howell; William Ripley: John Appman; Edith Skobo. Back Row: Claudia Smith; John F. Smith; Frederick Foss; Whit Gray; Grey Austin; Dave Newton: Doris Harpole; Gerald Bowen. Lane Hall is the center of inter-religious student activity at the University. The Student Religious Association sponsors numerous lectures, seminars, and intercultural activities to increase one ' s un- derstanding of his basic religious orientation. 264 - ] Front Row: Elizabeth Tassone; Joan Carol Katsock; Jack Stone, president; Lou Ann Moxley; Marjorie Barlow. Back Row: Charles H. Church; Maurie Ruddy; Mike Woolson; Xorman L. Miller; Robert Sanregret; Roberto Maldonado. NEWMAN CLUB For Catholic students, the Newman Club offers both a var- ied social program and a schedule of classes in doctrine, philosophy, scripture, and church history in the modern, new Father Richard Center. GAMMA DELTA The University Lutheran Chapel, a student con- gregation, is the home of Gamma Delta, association of students and friends of The Lutheran Church Missouri Synod. Gamma Delta sponsors a supper and religious program every Sunday the University is in session. Front Row: Lenore Loeber; Richard Weber; Guy Berry; Larry Kersten; Victor Stoeffler; Charles Heuchert; John Van Dyke; John Schick; Ralph Eilers; and John Ebling. Second Row: Marforie Blake; Marilyn Montooth; Carole Kaiser; Shirley Dalby; Mary Lou Piehl; Lois Miller; Sylvia Binkley; Ruth Weiss; Janet Strutz; Linda Nelson; Marge Burkley; Jerry Kloock; Richard Gresla. Third Row: Carol Kloha; Hertha Adler; Katherine Norman; Pauline Baumler; Laura Trowi-r; Martin Gehner; Mariam Melchiori; Pastor Alfred Schcips; Mrs. Scheips; Richard Koester, president; Martha Jean Johnson; Ivan Zahn; Joan Gassaway; Gale Steckert. Fourth Row: Louise Muel- ler; Virginia Gillespie; Clarice Veitengruber; Barbara Knapp; and Ardea Meyer. Fifth Row: Harold Franz; Arlene Papke; Walter Han- nenberg; Joyce Hillig; Clarence Gobrogge ; Robert Newland; Kenneth Willman; David Blair; Donval Hornburg; Richard Stroebel; Norma Wunderlich; Harvey Krage; Donald Trepanier; Charles Zill; William Reader; Bert Treiber; Dorothy Drews; Arthur Recksiedler; Donna Haynes; James Bower. Back Row: Violet Cushnack; William Gaffney; Edward Boseker; Dorcas Mueller; Gayle Porath; Patricia Young; Marie Larson; Robert Schorling; Gary Schneider; Marjorie Braunz; Lois Button; Walter Sebald; Carol Palmer; Kenneth Anderson; Terry Ross; Donald Daenzer; Virginia Brueckner; Theodore Benya; Kenneth Spurgat. f i SLA 7 The Hillel Foundation of B ' nia B ' rith provides an extensive program of religious service, community projects, per- sonal counseling, and fellowship. Dr. Herman Jacobs, Ivan Bender, Rhea Kantner, Hal Jos ehart, and Jeanne Salter serve as the Hillel Executive Council. HILLEL The Hillel Advisory Committee is composed of Fred Kapetansky, Dolores Messinger, Sally Stahl, Roz Schlimovitz, and Avram Charlip. 267 A Methodist women ' s organization, Kappi Phi Members are: Front Row: Luree Merillat; Fairy Sakai; Charlotte Rhodes; Carolyn Holler; Alice Liddle; Janet Belshaw; Jean Sullivan; Kathryn Protz- man; Shirley Price. Second Row: Virginia Cooke; Norma Grosse; Barbara Smith; Nancy Birne, president; Mrs. Donald Katz; Kathryn Nylander; Marilyn Cortright; Kathryn Anderson; Nancy Davis. Third Row: Harriet Lehman; Rita Pryer; Suzanne Vaughn; Janet Wurster; Pat Sincock; Carolyn Gilbert; Kathryn McColl; Judy Holmquist; Gail Rothwell. Back Row: Helen Fason; Nancy McLain; Linda Beatty; Gail Johnson; Nancy Crawford; Arleen Bryant; Joan Duryee; Margaret J. Urban; Marilyn Gerred; Ann Griffiths. KAPPA PHI " ED " SCHOOL COUNCIL Front Row: Claudia Smith; Colleen Campbell; Marcia Lubeck; Dolores Messinger; Sally McKeighan; Janette Hickey. Back Row: Caro lyn Moeller; Nina Katz; Sarah Roberts; Len Manheim; Bob Alexander; Noreen Helliwell; Maxine Burnham; Kathy Gemuenden. U- I ra Jfk v I Members of Eta Kappa Xu, national electrical engineering fraternity are: Front Row: John Harlan; Hsien Chang; David Boige; Henry Hosteller; president; David Thomas; Douglas Hamburg; Richard Bloss; Chung Jeu; Kuo-Chien Quan. Second Row: George Hellvrarth; Ronal Larson; William Hodge; Jack Westaway; Peter Fuss; Bill Diam- ond: Charles Wickman; Cheng Wen; Robert Ilgenfritz. Back Row: Robert Richardson; John Mau; Frank Frazier; David Zerbel; Joseph Coleman; Kenneth Grabowski; William Kalton; John Pangborn; Alfred Ewert. ETA KAPPA NU PI TAU SIGMA Pi Tau Sigma, national mechanical engineering fraternity members are: Front Row: Merrill Raufman, David Ayers, Robert Schoenhals, Walter Schrenk, Lewis A. Burnham, president; William Sommers; Bruc e Bacon, Mel Bernia, Richard Sonntag; Albert E. Fey. Second Row: James M. Kruthers; Kahlid Aziz; David O. Stewart; Charles Tomilson; Dale Mohr; Carl Peterson; James R. Durand; Roger Comstock; Colin Fisher; Jim Evans; Ted Emerson; Jim DeHaank; Richard DeLong; William Salisbury. Back Row: Bob Clark, Richard Kendall: Howie Gaberson; Roger Maugh; David Fleisher; Robert Helleen; Glen Howell: John Hibbard; Roger Andersen; Donald Burch; Don Kirkpatrick; Gene Lehmann. A i This seal mounted in the West Engineering Building identifies Chi Epsilon, a national honorary fraternity in civil engineering. CHI EPSILON Front Row: Visarl Chowchuvech ; Bruce Douglas; John Evans; Norman Gabel. Second Row: Moises Wasserman; Lee Jager; Jerry Bassler; E. A. Glysson; R. B. Harris. Back Row: Xorberto Calderas; Charles Cremin; George Alexander; Rafael Boteno; Valerian Skrylov. Front " utki; 270 Front Row: Conrad Heiderer; Richard Brehn; Don Lascody; Robert Fabian: Ronald Cooke; Larry Horacek; Dan Weinstein; William L. Mason; James Avrand. Second Row: Dotlie Lewis; SorjoRanta; George Glass; Ralston Schultz; William Sproull, chairman; Robert Lauer; Roger Xyenhuis ; Robert Thomas; Robustiano Martinez; Walter Gerdes. Third Row: Bruce Xordquist; Richard Xagel; Allen Ben- son; CharlesGunn; George Falkenstein; Charles E. Kroll: Joseph Liu; Robert Wallace; Roger Dunlap; Paul Melgarrd; Jim Cook; Joe Morelewski; Fred Stegenga. Back Row: Maurice Brull; Ramon Perez; Gordon Kelly; John Beaudoin; Joe Santa; William Nighbor; John Ohrengerger; Jorge Roxo; George Kelly; Alvin Ranger; Philip Webb; Robert Wesel; Ahmad Jalil. INSTITUTE OF AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION Front Row: Jim Richards, president. Second Row: Trenna Kdmonson; Sandra Van Doren; Margra Underbill; Rollie Zagnoli; Kay Osborn; Vicki Middleton; Stan Kulakowski; Barbara Peshkin; Bart Feldman. Third Row: Philipl Schubert; Frances Ling; Emily Hsie; Marshall Badt; Robert Wiley; Herb Zarrow; Don Roach; Len Allen; Dave Loveland. Back Row: Sherwin Goldstein; Daniel Kof- nacki; Dora Pierce; Edward Draheim: Dan Dengel; Philip Hill; Anne Doerr; Wayne Marine; Helen Henkel. r Michigan members of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers are : Front Row: Rohinton Bhada; Don Ciller; Ben G. Bray; Keith Coats; Chuck Stickels; Victor Long; Donval Hornburg. Second Row: Alfred Szemborski; David Lundy; Robert Fisk; Richard J. Shields; James Knipp; Walt Gustchess; Alan Camiener; Brymer Williams. Third Row: George Small; Fred Baumgartner; Gerald Schuvr; Edward Stoyack; James Paul Shedlowsky; Richard Criger; Alan Christ- man; Warren Reed. A.I.CH.E. ii Representatives of the International Student Association are: Front Row: Tony Wallwork; Renate Quastler; Turker Karamizrak, president; Rasheed Muriby: Paz Dominado; Salah El-Darrer. Back Row: Bohdan Maksymiuk; Chuen Cho Lo; Kamchorn Sathirakul; Chee Tao Chan; B.V. Govindaraj; S. P. Muljono; R. Gonzalez- Baquero; Diego Maruiri. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS Front Row: Leland Moy; Richard Beaudry; Maung Aye; Stacy Catey; Paul Hubbell; Alfred P. Ewert; Harvey Krage, Jr.; Anthony Schiro; Jules Cummins; Harold Thomas; Gerald Goldberg; Shivaji Desai. Second Row: Royce Kriewall; Neil Booth; Don Spencer; Grant Gabel; Joseph Sabo; Bob Richardson; John Harlan; Ronald Schwartz; Herbert Arkin, Jr.; Bhaskar Knahorkar; Leonard Novak; David Joyce; George Hellwarth. Back Row: Norbert Torzynshi; Robert Van Eeuwen; Richard Maslowski; Maung Swe; Robert Proestel; William Haydanek; Frederick CafTrey; John Denman; Vincent Dambrauskas; David Thomas; Larry Bostrom; Eric Aupperle. 273 Front Row: David DePres; John Evans; David Knickerbocker; Donald Oin; Constantin Micuda; F. A. Mammel; C. E. Bottum; Robert Harris; James Rienstra; Eugene Glysson; Donald Cortright; Milton Redick. Second Row: Dean Wheeler; Andrejs Broze; John Tread- away; Glenn Alt; Stanley Cool; Alvin Haggerty; Thomas Weyand; Norman Gabel; William De Young; Walter Hannenberg; Sideny Leyenthal; Edward Furdak; Frank Sokolitz, Jr. Back Row: Theodore Banner; Henry Cremin; Alnis Banga; Frank Balle; Richard Kaiser; Richard Brender; Raymond I lliott; Dave Henry; Edgar Ferguson; Gerald Van Valkenburg; Visarl Chowchuvech; Roy Russell. AMERICAN SOCIETY- CIVIL ENGINEERS IS Front Row: Rune Evaldson, faculty advisor; Stephan Konz; William P. Sommers, president; William Salisbury; Ken- neth M. King; George Hilsabeck. Second Row: John P. Ivanick; Colin Fisher; Eugene F. Kreuzberger; Gilbert A.Walter- Gerald C. Kaercher; Taurind Martinez; James R. Stephens. Back Row: Walter J. Schrenk; Cordy M. Russell- Stanley B. Koehler; Jim Snediker; John L. VanBecelaere; Sheldon L. Levin. AMERICAN SOCIETY- MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 274 ENGINEERING COUNCIL Front Row: Alfred Ewert, Charles Stickels, H. William Diamond; David G. Davies, president; Professor H. R. Colby; Professor J. G. Young; Anne Campbell. Second Row: William Salisbury; William Sommers; Keith Coats; Robert D. Richardson; Roger Maugh; Louis A. Dame; William C. Sproull. Back Row: David Burchfield; James Rienstra; Santo Ponticello; Jere H. Brophy; Bill Vander Kloot; Tom Platt. I ENGINEERING HONOR COUNCIL Front Row: Bill Diamond: Dave Davies; Bob Ilgenfritz; Anne Campbell, president : DaveFleisher; BobD. Rich- ardson. Back Row: Roger Anderson and Dave Burchfield. 275 Front Row: Kenneth Ludema; Douglas Taylor; Louis Dame, president; Irving Stewart; Donald Graham; Philip Visser. Second Row: Keith Suderlund; Henry Knight; Bill Lozano; Bob Redmon; James McGill; Charles Morton. Third Row: James Burwell; Tom Despres; Charles Smillie; Ivan Zahn; Harold Landis; Al Mumma; Dick De Long. Back Row: Frederick Meyer; Roger Andersen; Kingsley Jone- son; Donald Greiger; Leo Geisler; Fred Beard; Don Dame. AMERICAN SOC.--TOOL ENGINEERS Front Row: Xorma Wunderlich; Professor Brown: Professor O ' Roke; Professor Lagler; Dean Emeritus Dana; Professor Davis; Mr. Franz; Judy Franklin. Second Row: Bill Fischer; Caroll Williams; Larry Davis; Pete Black; Mike Myers; Al Weisz; Roger Baehmann; Maynard Johnson; Bob Cassagnol. Third Row: Jim Hale; George Burfiend; Frank Ruggeri; John Ackerman; Jack Young; Jack Hoover; Don Pallin; Bohdan Maksymiuk. Back Row: Norm Kiel; Jack Gwynn; Bud Cansfield; Willy McElfresh; John Sprague; Jim Ward: Bob Scharf; Don Jones; Dick Jones; Rupert Cutler. FORESTERS 276 1 ROTC The four year Army ROTC program stresses the funda- mentals of army organization, history, operations, logis- tics, and leadership. The use of scaled terrain models, ingeniously contrived of sand, bits of sponge, and foam rubber imparts graphic realism to tactics problems. In what is termed postal match competition the ROTC rifle team fires a match during a given week and then ex- changes scores with other ROTC teams who have gone through a similar project. Application of classroom fundamentals is provided by a five day bivouac and mock battle during the six week summer camp for advanced ROTC stu- dents at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. 277 The intricacies of torpedo steering mechanisms and the use of the Dead-Reckoning-Tracer to locate attacking ships are unveiled and mastered during the four year NROTC program which leads to a commission in the Navy or Marine Corps. NROTC Operation of the forty millimeter gun requires a three man team. While the center cadet loads the shells, the man at the left trains the gun horizontally and the cadet at the right points it vertically at the target. 278 Air Force ROTC students attend an eight week summer camp between their junior and senior years at the Uni- versity. Although the formal classroom teaching is still present, the camp introduces the cadet to the rigors of daily inspection, where an uneven bed sheet can spell demerits. AFROTC Flying is the keynote of the AFROTC program, and preparation for flying is vitally essential. From the orientation flights of the freshman year to the final solo test, safety is constantly stressed. These cadets learn to adjust a parachute properly. Front Row: William Chase; John Farkas; Jerry Bruemmer; Tom Croueher; William Jensen; Dick Reichle; Wayne Marine; Michael Jamgochian. Back Row: Ted Peterson; Pete Betz; Richard Pompruy; George Elison; John Cole; Gary Boe; Albert Senter; Bill Vander Kloot; Lewis Ramsdell; Peter Early. PERSHING RIFLES RIFLE CLUB Front Row: Gerald Goldberg; Philip Yen; Eduardo Sevilla; Rhody L. Xornberg; Xgwe Nyunt; Walter Tin. Second Row: David Ches- ley; Dick Roemer; Norbert Torzynski; Jan Gogulski; Dick Schwing, president; John Fleure. Back Row: Charles Belotte; William Yang; Maurice Martinez; James Burnett; Gaylord Richardson; Bill Woodruff; Philip Michel; Joseph Aponte. S MILITARY BALL With Ralph Marterie as the big attraction, Military Ball was opened ' to the entire campus for the first time this year. Annually, the theme is military; this spring it took place in the main hall of a medieval castle, or the League ballroom, miracuously transformed. Metallic flags and authentic coats-of-arms prooved colorful decor for a flurry of formals and full dress uniforms. as NreKlK ; ?; 281 N Nationally famous for its intricate and spectacular half-time displays, the 159-man Michigan Marching Band sets a breath-taking 200 steps-per-minute pace. Dr. William D. Revelli, Director of the University Bands, demands expert musicianship and precision from the band members. MARCHING BAND While the band performs its colorful routines depicting the heroes of Walt Disney, a Brazil travelogue, or the varied international interpretations of " The Victors, " a running commentary describes the action. The high-stepping men of Michigan, after endless hours of practice, toe the line to perfection. 282 Surrounded by a circle of sousaphones, Dr. Revelli in- structs the musicians. The band is paced by high-step- ping, back-bending drum majors and dextrous baton twirlers. Traditionally, when Michigan is the winner, band members reverse their gold braided hats and render a jubilant performance of " The Victors. " if 1 . Michigan ' s renowned Men ' s Glee Club presented joint concerts with the Michigan State and Ohio State glee clubs, toured Texas during spring vacation, and produced Oulantics with the Union and the League. Gordon Ferguson, left, served as president, Richard Maier, middle, as vice-president, and George Dutter, right, as business manager. MEN ' S GLEE CLUB An emminant professional musician, Dr. Philip A. Duey, professor of voice in the School of Music, is the dynamic director, tour chaperone, and guiding spirit of the Men ' s Glee Club. 284 Richard Bailin James Berg Robert Brown Barry Collier Wayne Cooke Joe Cox Merton Crouch Ed Grouse George Dutter Gordon Ferguson Barry Floyd Robert Fritts Larry Frohman Gus Gianakaris Dave Groupe David Hagen James Hardy Steve Hauser Bill Hein George Hellwarth Richard Heusel Fred Hindley Robert Hoexter Dan Jordan Richard Kabaker Richard Kaiser Andy Karoly Ernest Kozma Gene Lehmann Thomas Lester Oleg Lobonov Richard Maier John McCrae Bruce McCubbrey James MeGarvey Ken Misar Gordon Nitz James Phelps Ronald Poland Bill Porter Ron Portwood Dan Pressley George Richardson Ron Richardson Don Ridley Dave Satterly Harry Scarr Charles Schaefer Thomas Schill Doug Scott Thomas Singer Jerry Smith Lee Solomon Thomas Tuttle Garry VanOtteren Roy Waggoner Reed WagstafF Fred Walker Clyde Whipple Brad White I , SYMPHONY BAND Alexander, John L. Anderson, Doris E. Anderson, Lewis Anderson, Mary A. Baird, Sally J. Balduf, Carl R. Bates, David Bauer, John H. Beaupre, James H. Becker, Eleanor Becker, Fred Bennett, Mariel Berry, John W. Bilik, Jerry H. Bittle ,Jac ' k D. Brodie, Paul Brophy, Jcre H. Buckingham, Ann Burdick, Richard L. Burr, Elaine P. Busdicker, Southard L Carney, Harry K. Catanese, Virginia R. Chesnut, Walter M. Christie, John M. Course, Thomas V. Dart, Fred M. Davis, John I. Depoy, Dean R. Ekstrom, Peter T. Eliason, Robert E. Elwell, Sumner B. Emmons, Kathleen A. Erickson, Lorraine J. Finney, Douglas M. Flowers, David M. Fricker, Susan J. Gard, Wayne Gardner, Janet M. Garrett, Glen Gassaway, John Green, David L. Hall, Martha A. Hanchrow, Joseph G. Hause, Robert Head Emerson W. Heier, James Hiss, Richard N. Hollis, James M. Holm, Kenneth L. Howard, Howard T. Hubard, James D. Humenansky, George D. Jack, Russell H. Jenkins, John A. Jenkins, John A. Justus, Drayton R. Justus, Judith Karapetian, Karl Keivit, Marilyn R. Knops, Darlene A. Knutson, James L. Koester, Robert F. Lauer, Robert J. Lawless, Jerrold A. Legband, Rolf Leland, Jeanne E. Longfield, Richard O. Loomis, Bruce A. Manning, Sara Martin, Patricia J. Mason, Janet B. Mattran, Don A. Michener, Margaret A. Mindlin, Jackie E. Mohler, John D. Moore, James E. Moore, James L. Moseler, Louise M. Mueller, Therese Xoffsinger, Patricia A. Ormand, Fred E. Ostling, Acton E. Palmer, Judith A. Pizer, Russell A. Polera, Rocco Pullin, James R. Quayle, Robert Reynolds, Robert H. Roberts, Ralph L. Schmidt, George F. Schnierle, Christina K. Scovill, Susan R. Secor, Diana J. Sherman, Sylvia Y. Small, Terrence S. Smith, Fred D. Smith, Glen D. Suavely, Jack Spadaro, Carmen S. Stanberg, Patricia J. Taylor, Kathleen E. Tibbals, Eleanor Wagner, Jack K. Whitby, Kenneth R. Wilcox, Don G. Wirth, Janet L. Wojciak, Robert H. Wright, Elaine Young, Raymond G. 9 9 .9 Belonging to the National Band honorary fraternity, Kappa Kappa Psi are: Front Row: Stanley Kennedy; James Moore; Carmen Spadaro; Robert Reynolds; William Revelli; George Cavenden; Jere Brophy; David Green; Raymond Young; Fred Dart; Emerson Head. Second Row: Bruce Jacobson; Carl Balduf; Edward Downing; John Jenkins; Bob Koester; Tom Weyand; Bill Herman; Tom Kauper; Ken Teppo; James Moore; Richard Hoek; Gerald Schuur. Back Row: Bruce Loomis; Robert Laur; Richard Longfield; Wilbert Porter; Sumner Elwell; Robert Olsen; Jack Bittle; David Lundy; John Bauer; John Davis; Barton Cowan. KAPPA KAPPA PSI TAU BETA SIGMA At Michigan, the National Band Sorority, Tau Beta Sigma includes: Front Row: Jeanne Leland; Patricia Martin; Susan Fricker. Second Row: Doris Anderson; Margery Milks; Virginia Catanese. Third Row: Sara Manning; Ann Hammond. Back Row: Patricia Stenberg; Janet Mason; Eleanor Becker; Elaine Bunn; Kathleen Taylor; Maureen Stienen. 287 Active membership for 1954-55 in this National Music Sorority was: Front Row: Mary Cyms; Barbara Gibson; Erlene Otto; Ann Plet- ta; Svea Blomquist; Margaret Schwartz. Second Row: Sara Scott; Joan Carlson; Lorraine Folberg; Ellen Sherman; Grace Cool; Geri Posen; Katy Micou. Third Row: Ida Nyberg; Elizabeth Garland; Barbara Burstein; Constance Jackson; Dr. Louise Cuyler; Carol Kenney; Donna Westerberg; Betty Jo Richter; Mary Ellen Eckert. Fourth Row: Mary Sloan; Marty Taugher; Camilla Heller; Jane Stoltz; Mary McParlan; June Howe; Priscilla Bickford; Barbara Hagen; Mary Saver; Judy Huber; Sandra Keckonen; Marian Mercer. Back Row: Joan Baker; Beverly Wales; Fern Law; Dawn Waldron; Kathryn Lucas; Marguerite Erickson; Carol Sunningham; Mari- lyn Eliason; Margaret McGrath. MU PHI EPSILON Belonging to the National Music Fraternity, Sigma Alpha Iota were: Front Row: Mary Witham; Jeanne Leland; Janice Hatchett; Marguerite Long; Doris Bergtsson; Elizabeth Fischer; Rebecca Badger. Second Row: Linn Bevis; Beverly Green: Linda Reck; Car- olyn Lentz, president; Kathleen Rush; Phyllis Rode; Meredyth Manns; Mary Ellen Roosa. Back Row: Mary Burden; Rosalie Say- arino; Neva Virkmirovich; Betty Lester; Sylvia Sherman; Elaine Friedman; Kathie Norman; Eleanor Becker; Jackie Mindlin; Virginia Catanese; Patricia Stenberg; Phyllis Stringham; Nancy Witham; Jean Carlson. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 288 Scabbard and Blade, national honorary so- ciety for outstanding ROTC students rec- ognizes military leadership, scholarship and activities. Brandishing wooden swords and capped with newspaper hats, the initiates stand guard jiver the library steps and the flag pole. i Gm Jw SCABBARD AND BLADE Front Row: Lt. R. M. Davies; Arthur Wynne; Bill Barnard; Dick Buck; Dean Fisher; Capt. A. A. Pabst. Second Row: Bob Wiley; Harry Carson; Tim Reiman; Gilbert Hitchcock; Bill Meikle; Donald Dodge; Bill Weber; Charles Irwin; Paul Salditt; Dick Pinkerton; Wayne Thiessen; John Fildew. Back Row: Bob McSweeney; Charles Kelsey; Gene McCracken; Jim Kuipp; George Hill; Bob Miller; Bill McArthur; Bruce McGarvey; Mickey Karimuto. . X 1 1 I On Rope Day, the old braves of Michigan, all campus senior honorary, test the young buck initiates with a grueling duck walk from the Tappan Oak to the Union. Lashed together and chorusing " Seven flights up and seven flights down, " they climb to the roof of the Union tower. MICHIGAMUA Runnum Around Baer Belching Bull Baity Catchum Quick Cachey Swingum Pine Cline Shifting Wind Dow Many Hides Eaddy Flaming Scalp Gieger Gopher Basket Groffsky 290 Trembling Twig Hartwig Melon Belly Jelin Sea Turtle Jones Never Fall Kaul Churping Chipmunk Khoury Canoe Beak Leopold Lightning Limb Lepley Little Lynx Levy Pump ' um Paw Pinkerton Wheezing Weasel Simon Scampering Squirrel Scruggs Water Whipper,Walters Wrong Wing Wisniewski Honorary Sachem: Brave Builder.Keen Bruising Birch Bates Bulldozing Butternut Branoff Beaii-Brummell Balsam Brunskill Dapper Dahoon Dombrowski Doleful Dalia Dutter Guiltless Gum Giddan Gangling Goseberry Gora Grinning Greasewood Grant Hedge-Hopping Hemlock Hickey Jazzing Juniper Johnson Leafless Locust Livingston Loose-Limbed Lodgepole Love Lucubrating Lucern Lucier Manipulating Mahogany Martin Mincing Myrtle McDonald Matchless Mahaleb Mann Mercurial Mimosa Moule Rifle-Arm Redwood Ritter Shepherding Shadbush Schmidt Sapient Sandalwood Sobeloff Whapping-Whooping Weichselwood Walker Wizzarding Wintergreen Walter Well-Wishing Walnut Wells Whirling Willow Winkler Wampum-Watching Whippletree Wise DRUIDS Growing from the lowly seedling to the very inferior sapling, Druid initiates intone, " I think that I shall never see a poem lovely as a tree, " while the members water their roots. This senior honorary claims the mighty oaks from activities and athletics. VULCANS HELLO, Dick Balzhiser EROS, Tom Benner PROMETHEUS, Jere Brophy PLUTO, Lewis Burnham MELAMPUS, Dave Davies ADONIS, Al Fey KADMOS, Ron Geyer ORPHEUS, Fritz Glover BACCHUS, Roger Maugh APOLLO, Tim Moulthrop AEOLUS, John Munn VULCAN, Howard Nemorovski KRATOS, Santo Ponticello HERMES, Dave Ragone POSEIDON, Bob Richardson LOKI, Bill Salisbury DIONYSSUS, Bill Sommers HERAKLES, Chuck Stickels MARS, Ron West " The die is cast. Mighty Vulcan has spoken! " When the lampblacked neophytes have passed the rigors of initia- tion and have become members of the senior engineering honorary, they stress community and University service. The Vulcans provide an Engineering School scholarship and furnish local hospitals with radios and TV sets. ft) - ' 1 292 Front Row: Keith Coats; John Surbis; Dave Fleisher; Roger Anderson. Second Row: Bob Ilgenfritz; Dave Burch- field; Merrill Kaufman. Third Row: Bill Diamond; Roger Comstock. Back Row: John Collins. TRIANGL Jon Collins Keith Coates Roger Anderson Charles Balckatt David Burchfield Jack Burchfield Roger Comstock William Diamond David Fleisher Gus Gianakaris Frank Hirt Robert Hoffman Robert Ilgenfritz Merrill Kaufman James Kruthers Robert McMasters Robert Rudesill John Surbis While the brothers in Triangle prod them on, the dunce-capped neophytes of the Junior engineering honorary glide across the Diag on one roller skate. Smoking long, black cigars the initiates diligently scrub the floor of Engin Arch vhich contains the seal of Triangles. 293 SPHINX Dick Salafax Alstrom Dave Knozope Baacl Lou Pharoah Baldacci Jim Kourtkidd Barren Hank Perizzites Berliner Tim Sanafrans Bleha Mark Hamul Booth Neil Potiphar Buchanan Mike Hazo Delaney Jim Phalazh Dygert Gordon Huz Ferguson Mark Mugi Gallon Bob Baluk Gillow Pete Shafu Gray Don Raumi Haney Larry Osiris Harris Dick Zohar Harrison Tom Chuccer Hendricks Tom Piddlebut Jorgenson Bob Thorpizemar Knutson Todd Thoth Lief Bill Wocar MacFarland Ed Thorizeed Meads John Chesed Morrow Keith Aram Pohl Jerry Meri-Ra-Ankh Prescott Ken Pildash Rogat Frank Gumi Vick Burt Kaitcher Wardrop Jacks Amanophis Wardrop Bob Sepa Weinbanm " What are you looking for, neophyte? " chant the Sphinx. " Looking for the River Nile, " reply the ladder-bearing initiates. Chosen as sophomores for outstanding leadership in athletics and activities, the neophytes swim the River Nile in the League fountain. I ' Ft+ Unique in the nation, Hectorians was formed two years ago to recognize outstanding leaders in the fraternity sys- tem. Members form the wheel of the Trojan hero Hector to initiate those who have served as president of their fraternity or as a member of the IFC executive council. HECTORIANS John Baity Stanley Bernstein John Bock Norman Canty Kenneth Cutler Peter Dow Ralph Dwiin Albert Fey Howard Gaberson Paul Geiger Richard Good Charles Hamilton John Hibbard Harry Jones Ronald Larson Stanley Lciken Monte Marshall Walter Rea John Schaupp Samuel Siporin H. Seger Sliter Clarence Tinker Neal Vanselow James Walters Byron West Joseph Whiteman William Zerman 295 GALENS Dr. William C. Baum is the faculty adviser of Galens, junior and senior medical honorary. Founded in 1914, Galens is both a charitable and a social organization. Their annual Christmas Tag Day supplies funds to provide a joyous holiday for children in University Hospital, and their news stand furnishes income for medical scholarships. The Caduceus Ball and all-med school smoker are also Galens projects. Members are: Front Row: John W. Hallitt; Morton Solomon; Roy Correa; Bernard Kimmel; John R. Young. Second Row: Charles Birdsall; Ray Goethe; Christian Helmus; Marvin Lubeck, president; Kenneth Averill; Ray Snider. Third Row: Milton Green; George Viscomi; George Hoekstra; Mel Wolf; Mark Ardis; Richard Chess; Charles Dafoe; Thomas Coles; J. Masters Harper; R. Clarke Reilly; Wendell P. Searer. Members of Mortar Board, All Campus Senior Women ' s Honorary are: First Row: Lucy Landers; Donna Hoffman; Lois Klein; Sally Lorber. Second Row: Joan Hyman; Joan Merrill; Betty Jean Robinson; Mimi Buck; Shirley Bayliss; Sue Beebe. Back Row: Barbara Heider; Dorothy Fink Ungerleider; Cris Reifel; Anne Campbell; Marge Lord. MORTAR BOARD Shirley Bayliss Sue Beebe Miriam Buck Anne Campbell Betty Cohen Becky Conrad Barbara Heider Donna Hoffman Joan Hyman Lois Klein Lucy Landers Margaret Lord Sally Lorber Joan Merrill Dorothy Myers Cris Reifel Janet Reinstein Bette-Jean Robinson Dorothy Fink Ungerleider Anne Young Selected for scholarship, service and leadership, Mortar Boards don garb for after-hour tapping, a surprise inva- sion of women ' s residences to climax the year ' s activities. Mortar Board campaigned for campus approval of SGC and publicized the University to Michigan high school seniors. Composed of Senior Affiliated Women, Scroll Honorary included: Front Row: Sue Fricker; Sally Fernamberg; Marilyn Martin, presi- dent; Jean Bromfield; Betsy Sherer; Carolyn Van Boven; Nan Swinehart. Back Row: Etta Lubke; Barb Uebel; Debbie Shavelson; Jan Rutherford; Ginny Abbey; Pat Marx; Marjorie Price; Connie Hilton; Barb Burstein; Jane Kohr. SCROLL Virginia Abbey Margaret Blunt Jean Bromfield Barbara Burstein Rae Byron Jill Coleman Sally Fernamberg Sue Fricker Connie Hilton Connie Jackson Jane Kohr Etta Lubke Marilyn Martin Pat Marx Marjorie Price Jan Rutherford Debbie Shavelson Betsy Sherer Margaret Spindler Nancy Stevens Nan Swinehart Barbara Uebel Carolyn Van Boven Dawn Waldron Janet Wolk 298 Senior Independent Women tapped for Senior Society were: Front Row: Ann Heystek; Xan Schiller; Pat Bubel; Diana Hewitt; Mari- lee Jones. Second Row: Mrs. Ardis; Edna Carlson; Babs Hillman; Linda Reck, president; Audrey Kapetansky; Gwendolyn William- son. Back Row: Carole Foote; Frances Hauss; Nan Leavy; Ida Nyberg; Carol Fischer; Sally Stahl; Dolores Messinger; Cece Cole- man; Mary Jean Monkoski. SENIOR SOCIETY Patricia Bubel Edna Carlson PJunice Coleman Carol Fischer Carol Foote Camilla Heller Diana Hewitt Ann Heystek Barbara Hillman Marilee Jones Audrey Rosin Kapatansky Carole Leybourn Kenney Nancy Leavy Carolyn Lentz Carolyn McKechnie Dolores Messinger Mary Jean Monkoski Ida Nyberg Linda Reck Frances Hauss Reuter Nancy Schiller Rosalind Shlimovitz Sally Stahl Gwendolyn Williamson Marjorie Wyche 299 WYVERN Suzanne Blau Ann Cordill Georgiana Davidson Cynthia Diamond Debra Durchslag Carol Ford P lizabeth Garland Jane Germany Pat Goddard Anna Gonda Alice James Cathy King Joyce Lane Lois Pollak Eugenie Reagan Grace Ritow Claudia Smith Dawn Waldron Nancy Wright Front Row: Cathy King; Anna Gonda; Xancy Wright; Pat Goddard, president; Alice James; Dawn Waldron. Back Row: Grace Ritow; Cynthia Diamond; Joyce Lane; Ann Cordill; Carol Ford; Georgiana Davidson. 300 Freshmen women having a 3.5 average or above are members of Alpha Lambda Delta: Front Row: Barbara Millbrook; X ' ancy Lepard; Ruth Bassichis; Susan Holbrook; Gayle Turner: Tobye Davidson; Shirley Eckwall; Arlis Garon. Second Row: Suzanne Mogul; Margaret Patterson; Jane Fowler; Virginia Cooke; Barbara Clark, president; Kathryn Adams; Mary K. Sloan; Jocelyn Watts. Back Row: Marjorie Barber: Xadya Spassenko: Kathie Norman; Ruth Hayward; Xancy Dreibelbies; Mary Esther Woodworth; Louise Fonteine; Jeanne Xewell; Mary Hellthaler; Katherine Stott; Patricia Stenberg. ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA MIMES Members of Mimes, honorary of those concerned with Union Opera, are: Front Row: Dan Weinberger; Walt Williams; Bruce Work; Tom Silmore; Gordon Epding, president: Ron Poland; Harry Blum; Paul McDonough. Second Row: Don Seltz; Murry Frymer; Claude Coates; Tom Chamberlain; Dick Huff; John Christiansen; Stewart Gorden; Chris Pyrros: Dan Webb; Guy Moulthrop. Back Row: Ron DeBouver; Dexter Bartlett; Leonard Scott; John Bradfield; George Mclntyre; Dave Cobb; Wayne Cooke. I Phi Eta Sigma, national fresh- man honorary society, elects all men who have maintained a 3.5 scholastic average dur- ing the first two semesters. At left: John Heidgen; Duane Shaffner, president ; Tom Platt; Dave Thouin. PHI ETA SIGMA Stephen Adler Eric Aupperle Thomas Bailey Dick Bailin James Barber Maurice Barancik Henry Baulis John Baxter Johnathan Beck James Beissel David Benner Robert Bennet, Jr. Roger Berg Ronald Boorstein Richard Botth Bruce Boss David Blair Jon Brake Wilbur Brown Joseph Bruckman Thomas Chamberlan Bruce Carpenter Charles Chopp Lawrence Cohen Roger Comstock Miles Cramer Wilson Dalzell Bruce Darnall George Denison Edward Downing Richard Dulude Roger Dunlap John Emanuelson Lewis Engman Spaulding Eberett Patrick Fischer David Fleischer Forest Fowler, Jr. Gilbert Friedman Robert Fuller Hamon Garcia Dwight Galloway Mervyn Gerson Avery Goldman Theodore Goldsmith Donald Gonyou Paul Goodman Bernard Goodman George Grove Francis Guza Richard Hausler Peter Hay Emerson Head John Heidgen Richard Helmer George Hoaglin Alan Holderness Edward Isenberg Gordon Jacobs Thomas Kauper Marvin Katz Gerald Kessler Benjamin Kleinstiver Stephen Kott Andrew Krapohl Robert Kuisel Roy Lave, Jr. Sheldon Levin Jacob Lifsitz Lawrence Lieberman Richard Light James Lutz Lee Marks Nino Masnari Alvin Michaels William Mitchell Jerry Mohrig John Moore Brian Mariarty John Marz Brownson Murray Milton Nathanson Robert Nelson Lee Newman Richard Nonas Harold Nordgren Richard Opal James Orwig Donald Patterson William Peer Harold Platt Herbert Pollock John Powell Olgerts Purans Stuart Rappaport Walter Reister Henry Riemersma Frank Rizzo Waldomar Roeser Keith Ryan Lester Salans Duaine Schafner Charles Sharp David Shlain Norman Shubert Frank Sevcik Jr. Bruce Smith Lee Solomon Victor Spear Robert Stenger Frederic, Stephenson Bruce Stiglitz Burton Stillman Robert Thorne David Thouin loannis Tsilikis Leonard Velick David Ward Howard Weisblat Kenneth Welke Bradford White David Wilkinson Donald Wille Albert Williams Donald Young 302 Front Row: Robert Schoenhals; Merrill Kaufman; Dick DeLong; Cowan Brown; Lewis Burnham; William Weber; James Ford; Richard Jones. Second Row: George Small; Jack Westaway; James Midgley; Victor Long; Raymond Sund; Peter Fuss; Jere Brophy; Carl Peterson; George Hellwarth. Back Row: William Sommers; Robert Luecke; Robert Clark; James DeHann; Don Burch; Albert Fey; Paul Maker; Arturs Kalnins; John Harlan; Charles Stickels. TAU BETA PI Seated at left are Harold M. King, na- tional president of Tau Beta Pi, who met with Lewis Burnham, president of the local chapter; Dr. Harold Osborne, and Professor Axel Marin, faculty advisor. 303 Members of the professional club keep in touch with educators through lecturers and movies, as well as broadening their outlook on physical edu- cation through reading related literature. PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB Front Row: Joan Kufltoiowioh; Liga Zirnitis; Lee Roose; Mickey M osier; Margaret Smith; Sally Fernamherg; Winifred O ' Shaughnessy; Sharon Chynoweth; Second Row: Marge Wyche; Judy Hofstra; Shirley Lueker; Betty Veres; Diana Cook; Joanne Fehlberg; Patricia McClelland; Betty Lou Wolf; Joan Campbell; Joan Hyman. Third Row: Rita Pieron; Suky Reid; Edythe Nelson; Marge Blake; Kath- leen Rust, president; Robin Piatt; Carolyn Evans; Judy Rood; Joanne Osmond; Jackie Dailey. Fourth Row: Lu Anne Austin; Lyla Leipzig; Marill Bennett; Sue Strahle; Helen Ehrat; Marion Charvat; Jean Harmon; Virginia Mullins; Kathryn Mooney; Harriett Conn; Janet Strutz; Patty Hallett; Sharlene Stewart. Back Row: Eleanor Perry; Marjorie Diamond; Ellen Litus; Helen Staebler; Wilma Larmee; Patty Perigo; Dorothy Allaben; Mary Reshetar; Alice Madsen; Betty Rider; Margaret Warren; Maureen Lair; Janet Mabarak. ; F _ x The referee ' s signal indicates it is kick-off time for another big year of athletics at Michigan. As in the past, her mighty traditions continued to imbue her sportsmen with spirit, her students with loyalty, her alumni with pride. ATHLETICS Made for the Men of the Maize and Blue 305 SSSSE -. k Top: The Michigan bench looks hopeful, awaiting the con- version after the tying touchdown against Iowa. Middle: Ron Kramer, recipient of the Morton Meyer trophy for the most improved player in spring practice. Bottom: Art Walker, whose stubborn defensive work and outstanding offensive play made him a unanimous choice for All-Ameri- can honors. " A Dark Horse. " These three words sum up the sportswriters ' evaluation of the Michigan Wolverines in early September. Eight games later Michigan was in Columbus, Ohio, to meet Ohio State in a contest to determine the Big Ten Title and the recipient of the Rose Bowl bid. From this final game Ohio State emerged the Western Conference Champion, but Michigan had lost no laurels. The 1954 Wolverines will be long remembered as the surprise of the confer- ence. Under the shadows of Mount Rainier, Michigan opened its season against the Washington Huskies. The Wolverines blanked Washington 14-0 in a game that indicated that nothing great was to be expected of the " M " eleven. Michigan played host to Army, in the home opener, and with little trouble they rolled over the Wolverines 2( -7. Even the most loyal Michigan rooters figured a mediocre season for 1954. 5 1 1 ;; r 1 306 , Ranked as the nation ' s number four team, the powerful Ha vkeyes of Iowa invaded Ann Arbor the following week. Eight minutes after the opening whistle Iowa led 13 - 0. Many feared that perhaps this game would prove to be the worst home rout in Michigan ' s history. At this point the Wolverines jumped to their feet and made a tremendous bid for the Big Ten Crown. For the second year in a row Iowa bowed to Michigan 14 - 13. Under dark, damp, and dreary skies in Evans- ton, Illinois, Michigan eeked its second straight con- ference win by handing Northwestern a 7 - defeat. Homecoming brought the powerful and previously unbeaten Gophers of Minnesota to their crucial test. Dominating the game from the opening kick-off to the final whistle, Michigan dumped one of the nation ' s top teams 34 - 0. With victory came the return of the Little Brown Jug. Gloom fell on Wolverine stands the following Saturday afternoon as four-times de- feated Indiana upset Michigan 13 - 9. Michigan had upset Iowa and Minnesota but the tables turned. Illinois, the Big Ten team which was to lose all six Western Conference games, was the next to invade Ann Arbor. Since 1949, Michigan had been unable to conquer the Illini, but the jinx was broken as the Wol- verines triumphed 14-- 7. Before a capacity crowd of 97,239 football fans in Michigan Stadium the Wolver- ines thoroughly routed the Spartans of Michigan State 33-7. The four year reign of the men from East Lansing was broken and the University of Michigan returned to state supremacy. The stage was set for the traditional final game of the season. Would Ohio State University or the Univer- sity of Michigan reign as Big Ten Champion? Who would be the Champions of the West? The Big Ten game of the year is now history. By the score-board Ohio State won 20 - 7. Michigan was fine on November 21, 1954 Ohio State just a little finer! Michigan fans may well be in complete agreement with the Chicago Daily News prediction that the Wolver- ines will be the nation ' s top team in 1955 . Front Row: Duncan McDonald; Fred Baer; Fritz Crisler; Ted Cachey; Bennie Oosterbaan; Edgar Meads; Arthur Walker. Second Row: Daniel Cline; Dave Hill; Charles Ritter; Ronald Geyer; John Veselenak; Donald Drake; Stanley Knickerbocker; Edward Hickey. Third Row: Thomas Hendricks; James Bates; John Peckham; William Kolesar; John Morrow; James Fox; George Corey; Robert Marion; Tony Branoff. Fourth row: Richard Hill; Louis Baldacci; Michael Rotunno; Jerry Goebel; Gene Snyder; Ron Kramer; Charles Brooks; Thomas Maentz. Back Row: Jim Hunt; Gerry Williams; James Maddock; Terry Barr; Edward Shannon; Glen Bearss. 307 I Top Row: Fred Baer; Jim Bowman; Dan Cline. Second Row: Donald Drake; Ted Cachey; Peri Gagalis. Third Row: Ronald Geyer; Edward Hickey; Ray Kenaga. Fourth Row: Stanley Knickerbocker; Duncan McDonald; Charles Ritter. Bottom Row: Joseph Shomsky; John Veselenak; Arthur Walker. 308 Head Coach Bennie Oosterbaan and Line Coach Jack Blott: Fine Michigan coaches who turned a dark-horse into a national powerhouse. Coaches and Captains Captain Ted Cachey: Big, little man of the Michi- gan line, led the 1954 Wolverines to the virtual Big Ten title. Front Row: Bob Hollway; Pete Kinyon; Don Uufek. Back Row: Wally Weber; Matt Patanelli; Ben- nie Oosterbaan; Jack Blott; Don Robinson; Cliff Keen. 309 V ' ; George Corey stops a Husky halfback as Michigan ' s defense continually halted Washington in the season opener. Washington 14-0 Michigan played from a T-formation in a run- ning-passing game that gave the Wolverines a 14-0 decision over the victory hungry Husk- ies. Baldacci opened the scoring by slicing over right tackle and dashing 21 yards for a touchdown after Art Walker recovered a Wash- ington fumble. Although the Huskies played an effective game with Lederman hurling passes behind fine line work, Baldacci again bulled his way to the one yard line after taking a pass on the ten. A one yard plunge from a single-wing put the Wolverines on pay dirt and McDonald converted for the 14-0 margin. In the end zone, Ron Kramer misses a fourth down pass from Duncan McDonald as Wash- ington stops a Michigan drive on the four. Army ' s fullback, Tommy Bell, a thorn in the side of Michigan ' s defense, catches a pass as McDonald moves to stop him. Army 7 - 26 The Black Knights of the Hudson bounced back hard from their opening season loss to South Carolina to trounce Michigan 26-7. An inexperienced West Point forward wall did a brilliant job of opening big holes in the Mich- igan line for its hard running fleet of backs who were able to cover 263 yards on the ground. At the same time Army was able to limit Michigan ' s ground attack to a mere 71 yards. Michigan ' s lone marker came in the first period when Ron Kramer, who starred both offensively and defensive- ly all day, took a short pass from quarterback Duncan McDonald. After side-stepping one Army would-be tackier and dragging another Army man five yards, Kramer lateraled to Ed Hickey, who ran unmolested do vn the sidelines to hit pay dirt. McDonald added the conversion to make the score 13-7. At this point, Michigan ceased to be in the contest. Army rolled on to win as they had in their previous four meetings with the Wol- verines. Thus Army retains its claim to having never been beaten on the gridiron by a Michigan eleven. Michigan ' s pass defense proves effective as it stops an Army drive deep in Blue territory. - ' V.- : ' : Ash sr I JB3 Iowa 14 - 13 Seconds before the first period ends, Michigan starts its roaring comeback as Jim Maddock throws a final block, enabling Dave Hill to smash into pay dirt for Michigan ' s initial touchdown. Midway in the second period, end Ron Kramer kicks the winning point to provide Michigan with a one point margin. f . .-- " I - ) - Fumbling twice, underdog Michigan spotted Iowa a 13 point lead early in the game. They fought back magnificently to score seconds before the end of the first period and again midway in the second in one of the most brilliant upsets of Michigan gridiron history. The first tally, set up by Ed Hickey ' s two consecutive eleven yard gains, cli- maxed a superbly directed drive by quarterback Jim Maddock. To highlight the game, Maddock completed a 29-yard pass to Ron Kramer for the final TD. Kramer then converted for the second time to provide the margin of victory. The second half was all Michigan as Iowa never advanced past the Wolverine ' s 42-yard line. The Wolverines drove deep into enemy territory in two sustained drives of 71 and 51 yards only to lose the ball each time within sight of the Iowa goal. Jim Maddock throws Iowa ' s fleet halfback, Earl Smith, for a substantial loss, a common occurrance in the second half of the game. Iowa quarterback aims downfield as Ron Kramer closes in. Michigan ' s Tom Maentz intercepted the pass on the 11 to stop a late Iowa drive in the second half. Ww 313 Northwestern 7 - Left: Baldacci and Fox are right on the spot as Northwestern completes one of its few passes. Right: A host of wildcat tacklers await Dan Cline as he skirts right end in the opening minutes of the game. Statistically, Northwestern had thoroughly over- powered the Wolverines, but when it was all over,the Dyche Stadium Scoreboard read Michigan 7, North- western 0. Piling up over three times Michigan ' s total yardage, the Wildcats succeeded offensively in doing everything but score. The Michigan eleven played heads-up football defensively as they recovered four Northwestern fumbles, twice climaxing long Wildcat drives within sight of the Wolverine goal. Michigan ' s air defense was especially effective as they blocked all but six of the opposition ' s 22 at- tempted passes. Michigan ' s sole touchdown came in the second quarter after guard Ed Meads recovered 314 a Northwestern bobble and eight plays later halfback Dan Cline scored. Kramer then converted for the extra point, ending the scoring for the afternoon. Northwestern completely dominated play in the second half. Wildcat runners repeatedly drove deep into Michigan territory only to be thwarted time and again by the tough Maize and Blue defense. Coach Bennie Oosterbaan turned in a masterful job of juggling his lineup as he skillfully alternated the right half, guard, and quarterback positions. In the second period after linebacker Jim Bates was knocked out, Lou Baldacci, directing Michigan ' s touchdown from the quarterback spot, proved invaluable in his familiar linebacker post. Gerry Williams gains ten yards for Michigan early in the game on one of the three completed Wolverine passes. Michigan fullback Fred Baer starts the scor- ing early in the game for the reclamation of of the Little Brown Jug. Homecomimg For housing groups, Homecoming eve is punctuated with amplifier blarings, frantic hammerings, and paper napkin spraying to com- plete displays, fantastic and amusing; for the young sons of Michi- gan the circus of festivities is expressed in the classic pennant of maize and blue; but for undergraduates, homecoming is where the keg is going when football Saturday arrives. 316 Minnesota 34 - Left: Baer slips through left tackle for another long gain. It was this same play with which he scored his second touchdown from the 23-yard line early in the second half. Baer led the ground attack for the afternoon with 94 yards. Right: Minnesota ' s quarterback, Swanson, is caught by a Michigan lineman behind the line of scrimmage. The Michigan line roamed the Gopher backfield at will throughout the afternoon. Several long Wolverine passes contributed to the touchdown drives. The play of the afternoon was a 50-yard runback of an intercepted pass by Mike Rotunno in the closing minutes of the game. Left: Milt Campbell goets through the Michigan line picking up blockers for another Indiana gain in the drive for the first Hoosier touchdown. Right: Besieged by tacklers, Lou Baldacci fights for the last few feet at the line of scrimmage. Ron Kramer goes to the three after catch- ing his third straight pass on a first quar- ter 66 yard drive to set up the only Wol- verine touchdown. 318 Indiana 9-13 The Indiana game looked like one of the softest touches on the Maize and Blue schedule at the beginning of the sea- son, but it proved to be Michigan ' s hardest game of the year. Decidedly the underdog, the Indiana eleven were determined and stubborn as they upset the Michigan Rose Bowl aspirations 13-9 in a tough, hard fought game. Covering 66 yards, the Wolverines scored as soon as they got possession of the ball in the opening period. Three completed passes to Kramer highlighted this sus- tained drive. This early success made it look like the Wolverines were going to win hands down, but Indiana was yet to be heard from. Indiana recovered a fumble on the Michigan 27, and the Hoosier quarterback, Florian Helinski, was given his first opportunity to shine. Fol- lowing two running plays, Helinski passed for a first down down to the Wolverines 4-yard line. Four plays later he was over the stripe. Michigan took up the fight again and succeeded in moving as deep in the Indiana 20. Here Helinski climaxed a pass-studded 67-yard drive by throw- ing a 20-yard touchdown pass to halfback Milt Campbell. Helinski then ended the Indiana scoring for the day by kicking the extra point. Indiana gains 20 yards on one of Helinski ' s frequent passes. The Hoosiers were able to get behind the secondary several times during the afternoon and gain substantial yardage via the air route. Top: With 40 seconds remaining in the first half, miracle-man Ron Kramer pulls in a pass on the Illini 21 to set up a score. Bottom: Hard-running Dan Cline picks up valuable yardage as he scoots around Illinois ' s Harry Jefferson. 320 ILLINOIS 14-7 Once more on the victory march, Michigan defeated Illinois 14-7 for a Big Ten 4-1 record. The win was the first the Maize and Blue had been able to gain from Illinois since 1949. The Illini got off to an early lead with a series of long gains scoring after a sustained 72-yard drive. The Wolverines initial touchdown came on the first play of the second quarter as Lou Baldacci picked up the final yardage. The 69- yard drive, completed in nine plays, was beauti- fully directed by quarterback Jim Maddock with Lou Baldacci doing most of the work from the fullback spot. With less than two minutes remaining in the first half, Michigan took over possession of the ball after an Illinois punt rolled dead on the 11. In just six plays, sparked by the running and passing of Dan Cline, the Michigan eleven had scored. On a brilliantly executed transconti- nental play Cline received the pitch-out, sped to the left behind a mass of blockers, looked straight down-field where the Michigan ends had drawn pass defenders, and then threw a long pass to Maddock who stood all alone along the right sideline. Maddock scampered over for the score just twenty seconds before the end of the half. Illinois moved within striking distance three times in the last half but their backs proved in- effective within the Michigan 20. .. . Michigan ' s line again proves its superiority as it opens a huge hole in the Illini forward wall to provide the oppor- tunity for Baldacci to tie the score. This type of team work provided the winning margin and enabled Michigan to beat Illinois for the first time in five years. 321 Baldacci runs 46 yards, after gathering in a pass from Danny Cline on a 63-yard pass play, to score the third touch- down of the day. This was the play that broke the backs of the Spartans as the Wolverines romped triumphantly over MSC. MICHIGAN STATE 33 - 7 Playing before a capacity crowd, Michigan routed the Michigan State Spartans in the seas- on ' s final home game. After losing four previous encounters with Michigan State College, the Wolverines finally found themselves in possession of the famed Paul Bunyan trophy. The Maize and Blue took a two-touchdown lead after defensive play was combined with the offensive punch as needed. The first rally came late in the second quarter following an inter- ception of a Spartan pass by center Gene Snider. After eight plays and 64 yards later, Baldacci plowed over for the first f his two touch- downs. The key play of this drive was a fourth down Maddock-to-Maentz pass, good for the first down. The clincher came when Cline fired a touch- 322 down pass to Baldacci who grabbed the ball on the State 46-yard line and galloped the rest of the way for the score. Proceeding this, the Spar- tans scored their lone touchdown of the game after intercepting a Michigan pass. Throughout the game, the outstanding per- formance of end Ron Kramer sparked Michigan ' s offense and defense. A few plays after his open- ing kickoff of the second half, Kramer broke through the Spartan line and blocked a punt. Snatching the ball out of the air, he lumbered into the end zone for the score. Michigan scored again on Ed Shannon ' s plunge, after Baldacci had picked up a punt that was partially blocked by Kramer. Michigan ' s final score came after a superb 68-yard punt was returned by Tom Hendricks. Jerry Goebel stops a MSC halfback who has attempted an end run. Later, Kramer aids the same Spartan who has been winded by a Michigan tackier. A few plays after the opening kickoff of the second half, Ron Kramer breaks through the MSC line and blocks a punt. He times the bounces just right, gathers the ball in on the six yard line, and covers the remain- ing distance to the goal line to score the sec- ond Wolverine touchdown. 323 OHIO STATE 7 - 20 In the final and most important game of what turned out to be a highly successful ' 54 football season, the Michigan Wolverines bowed to the dauntless and unbeatable Ohio Buckeyes, 20-7, at Columbus. Consequently, Michigan finished in a tie for second place in the Western Conference. The Wolverines, who outplayed Ohio State for three frustrating quarters, marched 68 yards after the opening kickoff to score before the Buckeyes had their hands on the ball. Dan Cline swept left end, ran seven yards for the touchdown, which terminated the initial drive. From then on Michigan had plenty of scoring opportunities, but none of them materialized. OSU ' S defense proved tough to crack as they stopped Michigan drives on three interceptions and two fumbles. After Michigan had failed to score on a fourth and one foot situation, Ohio State took over the ball and proceeded to march 99 2 3 yards for the score which ultimately sent them to the Xew Year ' s Day classic in Pasadena. Though caught in mid-air, Kramer catches a pass in the right flat for a short gain early in the second quarter. Instead of giving the ball off to Kramer on an end around, Baldacci lateraled to Cline, ten yards to his rear, and the latter ran around the open end for the only Wolverine score. This was the surprise play of Benny ' s that caught the Buckeye ' s defense way off guard. In the heart breaking play of the season, Hill tried three times to score what might have been the winning touch- down, but the official ruling was that he failed in the attempt. Here he makes the third attempt at the goal line. THE CROWD A football Saturday is the sum of all its parts. As the great crowd gravitates to the bowl, traffic halts and cars creep bumper to bumper until an emphatic voice and beckoning hand convinces drivers they can proceed no further. Even if some economical soul has preserved a tattered sunshade from the previous fray or has just consumed a box lunch in the parking lot, enthusiastic visor vendors and peanut peddlers are sud- denly endowed with great powers of persuasion and the most parsimonious will participate in the pervading joie de buy. Inside the bowl the crowd is still more unified as cheerleaders draw fans into the fever that unites the color and variety of Michi- gan ' s mosaic. S ' ? - $ ' r? " V A J v4 STATISTICS WASHINGTON M O First downs 16 12 Rushing yardage 117 68 Passing yardage 120 178 Passes attempted 17 37 Passes completed 9 15 Passes intercepted by 1 2 Punts 6 7 Punting average 32.9 28.6 Fumbles lost Yards penalized 30 75 ARMY M O First downs 13 15 Rushing yardage 71 263 Passing yardage 180 81 Passes attempted 19 Passes completed 8 5 Passes intercepted by 3 Punts 5 Punting average 37 28 Fumbles lost 4 Yards penalized 55 72 IOWA M O First downs 15 Rushing yardage 179 148 Passing yardage 29 48 Passes attempted 8 12 Passes completed 1 4 Passes intercepted by 2 Punts 5 Punting average 36 36 Fumbles lost Yards penalized 20 10 NORTHWESTERN M O First downs 6 15 Rushing yardage 63 229 Passing yardage 26 45 Passes attempted 5 2 2 Passes completed 1 4 Passes intercepted by 1 Punts 10 2 Punting average 40 . 9 44 . 5 Fumbles lost 2 4 Yards penalized 38 20 MINNESOTA M O First downs 17 5 Rushing yardage 261 43 Passing yardage 182 95 Passes attempted 18 Passes completed 6 Passes intercepted by 2 1 Punts 5 10 Punting average 27 38 Fumbles lost 1 Yards penalized 20 25 INDIANA M O First downs 18 11 Rushing yardage 236 Passing yardage 52 103 Passes attempted 23 Passes completed 10 Passes intercepted by 4 Punts Punting average 38 Fumbles lost 1 Yards penalized 10 55 ILLINOIS M O First downs 15 17 Rushing yardage 173 190 Passing yardage 112 85 Passes attempted 15 Passes completed 6 10 Passes intercepted by 2 Punts 4 4 Punting average 38 27 Fumbles lost 1 2 Yards penalized 30 10 MICHIGAN STATE M O First downs 8 12 Rushing yardage 86 141 Passing yardage 114 50 Passes attempted 17 19 Passes completed 5 6 Passes intercepted by 1 2 Punts 5 7 Punting average 39 26 Fumbles lost 1 Yards penalized 40 35 OHIO STATE M O First downs 15 13 Rushing yardage 229 196 Passing yardage 74 58 Passes attempted 14 Passes completed 6 Passes intercepted by 3 1 Punts 5 Punting average 42 24 Fumbles lost Yards penalized 86 35 327 HOCKEY Top: Michigan defenseman Bernie Hanna sweeps in to deflect a shot on Lornie Howes against Montreal. Bottom: Bill McFar- land and Jerry Karpinka ride in right on top of the goal as McFar- land completes a hat trick. 328 ' Yves Herbert outraces the Spartan defense as he receives a pass from the corner, but MSC goalie Ed Schiller fails in his scoring attempt. Left: Michigan ' s Jerry Karpinka carries the play right into the crease but it ' s no score this time. Right: Dick Dunnigan backhands one into the MSC nets as the Wolverines start their eight game winning streak on home ice. Shocking the collegiate hockey crowd, Vic Hey- liger ' s icers took their fifth NCAA crown in the tournament ' s eight years of existence. The Wolverines started the season with four non- league game wins, looking like potential champ- ions. But on a Western jaunt over Christmas vacation, the short-handed team lost three out of four to Denver and Colorado and seemed about to relinquish the title of " the New York Yankees of college hockey. " But suddenly with a double victory over MSC and splits with Minnesota and Michigan Tech, dreams of the Broadmoor began anew. With a conference record of 5-5, practi- cally the only way the Wolverines could have done it was to win their last eight games. And they proceeded to do just exactly that, placing second in the WIHL standings. For the third straight year, Michigan was able to make a late season comeback and to win a berth in the NCAA playoffs. This time the Maize and Blue were out to bring that trophy home to its proper nesting place with Captain Bill McFarland to lead the way. Harvard and Colorado fell before such determination and the weekend was Michigan ' s. In these last two games, much credit must be given to Wolverine goalie Lome Howes who stopped a grand total of 89 goal attempts, help- ing our pucksters claim a successful season. Losing one senior, Bill Lucier, and gaining eight freshmen, Michigan will be even better next year. Montreal goalie, Cy Guevremont, deflects Dick Dunnigan ' s shot at point blank range, but Michigan ' s power was combined to take the season ' s opener 3-2. 330 All alone, Yves Herbert moves in to beat the MSC goalie in the opener of the four-game series with Michigan State. Goalie Lome Howes duels Spartan Jim Ward for the possession of the puck in Michigan ' s 3-1 triumph over State. 33 Top: In a tense battle with MSC, Harvey Wil- liams anxiously awaits the result of Kramer ' s tip in the closing minutes of the game. It was good, but to no avail; the Wolverines lost 84-82. Bottom: Coach Bill Perigo and his assistant, Mat Patanelli, did a remarkable job of guiding this year ' s basketball team to a sixth place berth in the Western Conference. 332 Ron Kramer, leading scorer for the Wolverines, lays in another two points as Michigan loses a close one to MSC. BASKETBALL Front to Back: Jim Shearon; Don Eaddy; Tom Jorgenson; Tom Raisor; Bob Sharland; Milt Lingle; Jim Barron; Ron Kramer; Paul Groffsky; Tom Fegan; Jim Beissel. 333 . Don Eaddy receives the rebound while several Spartans watch him. Tom Jorgenson breaks a tie to put Michigan in the lead early in the Wisconsin game 334 Harvey Williams tries one from the pivot while Paul Groffsky scores on a fast breaking lay-up as Michigan routs Wisconsin 90-63. Once again, the Wolverine cagers under Bill Perigo started the season like a house afire, win- ning five of their first seven games. Everyone be- gan hoping for a Big Ten darkhorse in the Wolver- ine team. But after opening their season with these non-conference wins, the Maize and Blue proceeded to lose to Indiana; however, they recovered to win the next two, before losing a close one to MSC and another to Northwestern. A non-conference game with Los Angeles State was a rout which Michigan took easily. The Wolverines next lost to Illinois, but defeated Purdue. Later, a last-second basket by Kramer gave the " Ole Blue " the edge over Northwestern and put Michigan in a tie for fourth place in Big Ten competition. The Maize and Blue entered a five-game losing streak before gaining a final win over Iowa, the conference champion. The Wolverines ended their season in a three-way tie for sixth place and a record of 11-11. A big surprise to Michigan fans was the outstanding performance of Ron Kramer who had gotten off to a slow start, but who ended averaging 16 points per game. Tom Jorgenson and Don Eaddy played exceedingly well through- out the season, averaging about 14.5 points per game. Despite the loss of Seniors Don Eaddy and Captain Paul Groffsky, prospects for next year with Jorgenson as captain appear prom- ising. 335 Diver Jim Walters displays the form that helped him win the Big Ten low board championship the second time, since 1936, that Michigan was able to wrest the title from OSU. SWIMMING 336 I L-: 1 The s vmming team traveled to sunny Florida for practice during Christmas vacation. Posed beneath the palms are: Front Row: John Hubley; Jim Thurlow; Bunvell Jones; Glenn Miller; Tom O ' Keiffe. Second Row: Gus Stager, coach; Ron Pudduck; Tom Prunk; Mike Delaney; Pete Dow; Don Potter; Joe Haselby; Al Hangelman. Back Row: LeeGunn; Fritz Meyers; Ted Reissing; Harrison Wehner; Wally Goldsmith; Buz Gutowski; Burt Wardrop; Jack Wardrop. Left: Jones and Gora, both rather happy after the first dual meet of the season with Iowa State College. This was the beginning of a promising year as they both set new pool records and Jones broke a XCAA dual meet record. Right: Bruce Harlan had a fine crew of divers to work with in his first year as the diving coach. Front Row: Charles Bates; Jim Walters; John Narcy. Back Row: Bruce Harlan; Edward Cole; John Murphy; David Markstone; Andrew White. 237 J Jack Wardrop, being congratulated after setting a new world ' s record in the 220 free- style. He broke the old record by nearly a full second surpassing Ford Konno (the old record holder) by a full nine feet. Michigan ' s new swimming coach, Gus Stager, undefeated in dual meet competition as a coach, took over the Wolverine squad this year and in turn won all the dual meets. A strong win over Iowa State before a four meet tour in the East between semesters, started the season with a bang. Then the Michigan swimmers downed MSC, Northwestern, and Iowa in preparation for the big one with OSU. The Wolverines were able to defeat the Buckeyes in a close one for the first time since 1950. Top: Freestylers JackO ' Reilly and Harrison Wehner tread water while listening to instructions from Coach Stager. Both of them have been instrumental in gaining the depth needed in meets. Bottom : Backstrokers Jim Kruthers and Fritz Meyers about to make a turn in a race during a prac- tice session. These two have taken many honors contrib- uting to Wolverine victories. 338 Seniors Glenn Miller, Pete Dow, Don Potter, Ron Gora, and Bumpy Jones poised and ready for a practice race. Then at the Big Ten Meet in Columbus, the Buckeyes won the title by a close margain to retain their championship. This was one of the best seasons that Michigan has had in several years, and coaches Gus Stager and Bruce Harlan de- serve much credit for their outstanding work. Bert Wardrop starts the last leg of the crucial freestyle relay in the OSU dual meet. He turned in a surprising 51.3 time to overtake and beat the OSU anchor man. He had just recuperated from three days in the hospital and posed a big question mark for those concerned with the meet. It was this turning point that enabled the Wolverines to win the the meet 47-46. 339 WRESTLING An underrated Wolverine wrestling squad returned from Minneapolis with the Western Conference wrestling crown, and the championship commemorated Coach Cliff Keen ' s thirtieth year as coach of Michigan ' s wrestling teams. Earlier in the year the Michigan grapplers were victorious over strong eastern competition in the Wilkes College Invitational, but the team did not reach its pre-season peak, losing to Illinois and Iowa, until the climactic Western Conference Meet. In this, Michi- gan amassed fifty points to triumph over the second place, pre-meet favorite Iowa, by four points. Led by Captain Andy Kaul, who won the 137-pound title, the Michigan grapplers captured the most individual titles, as Max Pearson, unbeaten Don Haney, and Mike Rodriguez, won the 130-pound, 147-pound, and 157- pound honors respectively. In consolation matches, Michigan ' s Don Deppe, Tom Kruse, and John McMahon took fourth places to round out one of Cliff Keen ' s finest all-time wrestling squads. Don Haney grabs the leg of his OSU opponent in an effort to gain a takedown. Struggling, he went off the mat and fell to the floor hitting his head. He recovered from the blow after several minutes and went on to win, keeping his record clean of blemishing defeats. Max Pearson, the 13C-pound Big Ten Champion, gains two points, defeating his Indiana man and starting the rout over the Hoosiers. Mike Rodriguez, the 157-pound Big Ten Champion, shows his unusual technique, pinning his man in a quick three minutes and fifteen secon ds. Captain Andy Kaul is awarded a one point predicament attempting to pin his Indiana opponent. Andy later became the Big Ten Champion for his second straight year. 341 GYMNASTICS In a year of rebuilding, Coach Newt Loken ' s 1955 Michigan Gymnastics team compiled an admirable 5-3 dual meet record. The Wolverines climaxed the season by finishing a solid fifth in the Western Conference Championships, which brought together the nation ' s finest gymnastic stars. Coach Loken and five members of the team also attended the Fourth Annual National Gymnastic Clinic, held during the Christmas holidays at Sarasota, Florida. Michigan opened its dual meet season by over- powering Notre Dame, 70-26. After losing to Michigan State, 59-37, the Michigan team downed Wisconsin and lost to Minnesota by identical scores of 58-38, in a triangular meet. Although Illinois ' Big Ten gymnastic championship team handed Michigan a 61 -34 1 loss, the Wolver- ines rebounded to close the season by trouncing Indiana 71-22, and stopping Ohio State, 51-45. With six returning lettermen, headed by Cap- tain-elect Tony San Antonio, the 1956 team should provide Newt Locken with a potential Western Conference power. Top scorer for this year ' s team was Frank Adams, who was voted the most valuable team member. Frank, as well as specializing in tumbling, cop- ped fifth place in the trampoline and sixth place in the high bar at the Big Ten meet. Captain Bill Winkler, trampoline star of the 1955 Wolver- ines, placed first in many dual meets during his three year varsity career, and finished fourth in his specialty at the Western Conference Gymnastics Meet. Left: Xick Wiese, sensational sophomore flying rings star was also a consistent scorer in the high bar and tumbling events, earning the distinction of being second highest scorer for the Gymnastics team. He placed fifth in the flying rings and eighth in the All-Around competition at the Conference Championships. Right: Norm Xiedermeier and Tony San Antonio, Michigan ' s star parallel bar performers, give a demonstration of their skill. The parallel bar trio of Wayne Warren, Xiedermeier and San Antonio contributed greatly to a successful rebuilding season. Xorm Xiedermeier, X ' ick Wiese, Frank Adams, and Captain Bill Winkler discuss strategy with Coach Xewt Loken, right. if I Top: That approaching streak will soon be recorded by the official camera and stopwatch as it breaks through the tape at the finish line of the NCAA Meet. Bottom: Captain John Moule confers with Coach Don Canham during one of the winter dual meets. John had the winter ' s best mile, with a time of 4:09.9; Canham says that he can do it in 4:06.0 if pressed. TRACK This winter the Michigan track team won the Big Ten Indoor championship by taking six first places and tying for a seventh. This ended the four year supremacy of Illinois in the Western Conference. The indoor season was completed without a dual meet defeat and extended the Wolverines winning streak. There were many individual standouts during the season and the prospects for a bright spring were very good. 344 X Right: Grant Scruggs crosses the finish line as the half-mile relay team, composed of John Vallortigora, Dave Hessler, Bob Brown, and Scruggs, set a new varsity record with a time of 1 :26.6 beating the old 1931 time by four-tenths of a second. Left: George Lynch wins the mile run with a time of 4:21.1 during a dual meet with MSC. Left: In the discus throw, Roy Pella won firsts in both the Drake Relays and the Big Ten meet. His best distance of the year was 171 ' 6 " . Middle : Senior Roger Maugh was the mainstay in the pole vault, conquering 13 feet several times last spring. Right: Junior Stielstra, who jumps consistently around 23 feet, is a constant point-getter in both the broad jump and low hurdles. Left: Ron Wallingford, who has run the two mile in 9:24.5 for the best time in the Big Ten this winter, and Geoffrey Dooley, who has vastly improved since last year, will help Michigan ' s team this year in distance running. Right: At top, Bob Appleman vaults 13 ' 6 " against Notre Dame, bettering his old record by six inches. Tom Skimming, bottom, who also has vaulted 13 r 6 " , participated in the British Empire Games in Vancouver last summer. Michigan ' s two mile relay team, Roy Christiansen, John Moule, John Ross, and Peter Gray, pose with Don Canham and the trophy they captured in the Invitational Chica- go Relays. Their indoor time was 7:35.0. Last May, they placed fifth in the Los Angeles Relays with a time of 7:32.0, the race in which all times recorded in the first three places broke the world ' s record. ll ' Mark Booth, who only measures b f " , himself, cleared 6 ' 6% " in a dual meet with MSC last spring. He later tied for second place in the NCAA meet in June. Tom Hendricks, left, tied the field house record with a :07.4 time in the 65-yard low hurdles, beating Jim Love, right, by a step in a dual meet with Notre Dame in February. Fritz Nilsson took fourth in the shot put and fifth in the discus last year in the NCAA meet. This senior from Sweden has taken numerous double honors during the last three years in these two events. Last spring, Michigan ' s track strength was evi- dent in every meet in which they participated. On a western tour during spring vacation, the Maize and Blue were undefeated. Many indi- vidual honors were gained later in the season at the Penn Relays, Drake Relays, Big Ten Re- lays, and several others. Although the Wolver- ines were nosed out of the Big Ten Champion- ship by Illinois, the rest of the season was highly successful. Climaxing the season by playing host to the NCAA Championships at Ferry Field in June, Michigan garnered its fair share of medals. - JM Expressions are varied on the faces of the reserve players sitting in the dugout as they intently watch the play on field. From left to right are: Levy, Pavichevich, Tadian, Kuchka, Ferrelli, Woschitz, Bellows, Raleigh, Peterjohn, Finch, Leach. Fagge, and assistant coach Patinelli. BASEBALL Coach Ray Fisher and Captain Jack Corbett discuss the coming game as they keep a careful eye on the workout session. 348 Top: On a close play at first, Howie Tommelein is safe on first and becomes a Michigan scoring threat. Middle: Moby Benedict sids a hit which brings a run in. Bottom: Benedict throws to first, completing a double play and putting the Wolverines at bat. This year ' s captain, Dan Ciine, starts a walk to first base. He is expected to be one of the main- stays of the team this spring, being tops for Michi- gan in Western Conference batting last year. 349 Dick Peterjohn fields a bunt during the last game with Indiana; Eddy runs back to third base to cover as the batter starts running toward first base. Michigan won their last two games of the season, both of which were with Indiana. The camera was faster than either the ball or the player in this case. Don Eddy ' s out-stretched hands caught the ball and tagged the Michigan State player even before he had started his slide into third base, during one of the exciting MSC encounters. 350 Left: Dick Leach comes up to bat in the Indiana game, welcoming Howie Tommelein to home plate for another Michigan run. Right: Another Michigan player is safe at home in the Indiana game. The final score was 6-3 in favor of the Wolverines. Michigan ' s ' 53 conference winning baseball team started their pre-season Southern tour by winning eight out of ten games. Coach Ray Fisher ' s athletes continued to pile up wins until they were on the top of the conference with five wins and only one loss by May first. Then Michigan State edged to the top and remained there to win the title. As the season drew to a close, Michigan faced a three-game series with State, who has a one game lead; Michigan won one and State took the other two. This put three teams ahead of Michigan in Big Ten standings, but title hopes weren ' t yet extinguished. If the Wolverines could win their last three games and if State and Wisconsin would each lose one of their final games, the title would once again go to the U. of M. The Wolverines finished in a tie for third with Ohio State. Jack Corbitt did a fine job of pitching for Michigan, winning all of the seven games that he pitched. He also placed third in batting for Michigan with a .321. Tony Branoff had the top average for the Wolverines with .333, and Don Eaddy was second with .322. Dan Cline was fourth with a .301 batting average for the year. The prospects for the 1955 season appeared to be better since the squad had lost only a few lettermen after last year ' s graduation. 351 ' Peter Paulus, a senior who has proved a consistent winner, is de- pended heavily upon in both singles and doubles matches. TENNIS The 1954 tennis team was: Front Row: Al Mann, captain; Ron Morgan; Bob Mitchell; Bob Moore; and Back Row: Bill Murphy, coach; Bob Nederlander; Bob Paley, Peter Paulus; Bob Sassome. 352 Coach Bill Murphy ' s 1954 netmen sported a fine season record. In dual meet competition Michigan turned in eleven victories against only three setbacks. Except for a split with Michigan State, the Michigan team bowed to no Big Ten squad. The Big Ten Championships at Champaign saw MSC edge out a fine Michigan contingent for the title by half a point. Al Mann and Bob Xederlander teamed up to win the second- Seniors Bob ' Paley and Bob Xederlander demonstrated their fine form during a win- ter double practice. slotted doubles championship. Bob Mitchell, playing in number five position, reached the finals. In number one position, Al Mann climbed to the quarter-finals before being eliminated by runner-up Conrad Woods of Illinois. With five returning lettermen, Captain Bob Nederlander, Al Mann, Peter Paulus, Bob Paley, and Bob Mitchell, Michigan should compile a great 1955 dual meet record and be a top conten- der for the Western Conference championship. Hard-hitting Bob Paley shows the excellent serve which helped make him a man to be counted heavily upon in his third year of varsity tennis. Showing great improvement, 1955 Captain Bob Xeder- lander played a steady and scrappy game throughout his third year of college tennis. 353 Kneeling: Boyd Redner; Harold Andrews. Standing: Bert Katzenmeyer, coach; Jack Stumpfig, captain; Charles Blackett; Richard Harrison; Tad Stanford; Robert McMasters. GOLF Dick Harrison, a sophomore letterman, takes time out to practice on the putting green. Bert Katzenmeyer ' s crew had a spotty season last spring. In dual meet competition, they emerged victors six times in their thirteen out- ings. O.S.U., Big Ten champions, and fourth- running Purdue each dropped the Wolverine golfers three times. The bright spots of the 1954 season included wins over Indiana, Illinois, MSC, and Northwestern. Sparking the Michigan golfers, Bob McMasters and Jack Stumpfig con- sistently won many matches last spring. On a cold, dismal day in Minneapolis, the Wol- verine golfers were only able to garner enough points to take ninth place in the conference tournament. Returning lettermen Andy An- drews and Bob McMasters should bolster the chances of the 1955 golf team. Wolverine captain Jack Stumpfig and Coach Bert Katzenmeyer confer on Michigan ' s home links during a practice session. Top: Andy Andrews follows through on a long shot on the home course. Middle: Jack Stumpfig, captain and number one performer, steadies himself before a long putt. Bottom: Constantly playing in the low seventies, Bob McMasters here chips up to the green. Membership in M-Club is limited to those men who have won a coveted major letter. Front row: William Kolesar; GoefTrey Dooley; Stanley Knickerbocker; Tony Branoff; Glenn Miller; Grant Scruggs; Edward Furdak; Robert Nederlander; Robert Paley. Second row: Paul Vawter. Jr.; John Moule; Lawrence Thomas; Bert Wardrop; Donald Potter; John McMahon; James Love; Harold Andrews; Marvin Wisniewski. Third row: Duncan McDonald; Ted Cachey; John O ' Reilly; James Barren; Peter Paulus; Burwell Jones; Milbry Benedict; John Veselenak. Fourth row: George Corey; Charles Blackett; Robert McMasters; Lou Baldacci; Richard Harrison; Thomas Jorgenson; Jerry Goebel; G. Edgar Meads. Fifth row: John Peckham; Richard Balzhiser; Mark Booth; Jack Burchfield; Robert Woschitz; Al Mann; Robert Brown; Fred Baer; Pete Dow. Sixth row: Gene Snider; Jack Wardrop; Robert Kurd; Donald Haney; Daniel Cline; Charlie Anderson; Frank Hirt; James Maddock; Thomas Hendricks; Andy Kaul. Back row: Thomas Benner; Charles Ritter; Jame Kruthers; Charles Bates; Gerry Williams; Edward Shannon; William Winkler; James Bates; Frank Ronan. M-CLUB Prerequisite: The ability to sell a hot dog to a customer who does not want one is a special talent of M-Club men. 356 Front Row: Larry Houck, basketball; T. Hawley Tap- ping, alumni advisor; Albert Katzenmeyer, faculty ad- visor; Dick Petrie, president, football; Glen Bearss, foot- ball; Stuart Hirschman, intramural. Back Row: Gilbert Schaefer, football; George Aster, track; Ivan Bender, wrestling; Merrill Kaufman, baseball; J. B. Davenport, gymnastics; Clark Gibson, hockey; Casper Grothwohl, football; Dave Lundquist, football. MANAGERS The sports managers are the men behind the athletes. Individually, they function as another right hand to a coach by keeping a multitude of small details under con- trol. Being responsible for the equipment of their par- ticular sport, a typical task, for a basketball manager to cite an example, is to check on the whereabouts of those balls. After spending several years in hibernation, the Michigan Undergraduate Athletic Managers ' Council is striving to re-establish itself in its former active position on campus, via a general reorganization. With excellent cooperation from the Michigan Athletic Managers ' Club, a group of past and present varsity managers under the able direction of President Eddie Saier, a com- petent group has made notable progress toward establishing managing as an institution at this university, as it is in other Big Ten schools. With the expansion of athletic facilities, there is need for a larger, more unified organization of managers to better serve the athletic department and to aid its smooth functioning. Members of the Council feel it is quite a rewarding oppor- tunity to participate in this managerial experience. Paddleball offers students a convenient vay to let off excess energy. A point is about to be scored here in this doubles match in the intramural handball tournament. INTRA- MURAL SPORTS Weight lifting provides an opportunity for men to strengthen themselves and gain valuable exercise at the same time. 358 " It makes no difference whether you win or lose, but how you play the game. " The game on the left is a rout, and one on the right is a tight one; but they fight to the end, victors or not. Competition is keen among the teams partici- pating in the Intramural Sports Program. The teams are grouped into leagues: social and professional fraternities, residence halls, independent groups, and faculty. A group may enter a team in any number of sports that are offered during the year. Points are awarded on the basis of participation and placing in the tournaments. The ultimate goal is the champion- ship trophy given each group winner at the year ' s end. Sigma Delta Psi, national honorary fra- ternity, also recognizes individuals who have passed a series of rigid athletic tests. After a long day of brainwork there ' s a lot that is satisfying in some musclework down at the IM Building. The intramural ping pong tournament attracts many who enjoy the skills of this indoor game. Water polo is true sport if one does not mind being stepped on, pushed around, and drowned, that is. 359 Left to right: Prof. Robert H. Sherlock, Prof. Olin W. Blackett, Prof. Gardner Ackley, Dr. Philip M. Northrop, Tony Branoff, H. O. Crisler, Chairman, Miss Norma Bentley, Prof. Marcus L. Plant, Arthur Brandon. John Hib- bard, Dr. Arthur D. Robinson. BOARD IN CONTROL OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS 360 The recently-completed women ' s swimming pool has become the focal point in the Women ' s Athletic Association ' s well-rounded aquatics program, providing opportunities for synchronized swimming, diving, and speed swimming. WOMEN ' S ATHLETICS 361 The House Athletic Managers constitute an important link between the women students and WAA Board. Front Row: Barbara Thorn; DianneYoung; Margaret Stein; Patricia Dow; Sarah Jo Brown; Alison Brewster; Joan Rajczi; Sue Arm- strong. Second Row: Antonia Sacchetti; Carole Shanberg; Joan Randolph; Paula Strong; Robin Piatt; Margaret Smith; Pat Bubel; Darlene Martinson; Edythe Nelson; Mary Clagette. Third Row: Sarah Loveless; Nancy McDonald; Nancy Blumberg; GwynneTinkel- men; Dana Wright; Jacqueline Touscany; Kathryn Leo; Mora English; Sally Blackman; Dina Bredendieck ; Betty Veres. Back Row: Phyllis Criswell; Jean Webster; Louise Fonteine; Ann Roden; Alma Volpe; Elsie Fisher. WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOC. Composed of club managers and executive committee, the WAA Board is the governing body of the Association. Front Row: Mary Sullivan; Jean Isaacson; Pat Bubel; Meredith Tiegel; Cynthia Camp; Paula Strong; Roberta Gubbins. Second Row: Jaylee Duke; Robin Piatt; Dorothy Clarkson; Margaret Smith; Margaret Lord, president; Barbara Burstein; Marion Charvat; Gaille Valentine. Back Row: Joan Campbell; Sue Prakken; Pat Gerstner; Mary Hellthaler; Margaret Moreland; Barbara Thorn. 362 Since most all of us have admired the swashbuckling, rapier- wielding heroes of old, it ' s very easy to see why the art of fencing appeals to so many girls The Women ' s Athletic Association offers an ex- tensive athletic program. Organized into twelve clubs for women and five clubs for co-recreational activities, it helps promote sports enthusiasm for both women and men. In addition to solely athletic projects, Lantern Xight, the all-campus women ' s sing, is a famous WAA tradition boast- ing a long and colorful history, while those festive events of alternate years, Spring Weekend and Michigras, are brought to successful realization under the co-sponsorship of the Women ' s Ath- letic Association and the Union. If you have scoffed at the idea of girls attempting to play basketball, look twice at the skill dis- played in maneuvering this jump ball. With a little more practice, these girls at right will be ready to compete in the Bowling Club ' s tournament an excellent opportunity for amiable competition. Mischifish members synchronized swimmers supreme pose by the side of the pool : Hammond; Phyllis Erwin; Martha Sanders; Grace Moore; Flo Eckfeld; Shirley Eckwall; June Hardisty: Audrey Miller ; Susan Arnold : Margaret Lord; Judv McClenahen; Joan McAfee; Joan Pfeiffer; Jane Prindeville; Janice MacVaugh; Phyllis Abbott; Elizabeth Ware; Shirley Abbott Back Row: Ernestine Johnson; Janice Tinkham; Claire Shepard; Linnea Swanson; Susan Scovill; Carol Zimmers. Some co-recreational enthusiasts find modern dance a wonderful medium for self-expression, but others are more magnetically attracted by a racquet and shuttlecock. DIVERSIONS The passing panorama of concerts, theater, celebrities, informal parties, and dances is catalogued religiously in the signout book at women ' s residences. For the coed, each evening is measured from sign-out to sign-in, from the prom- ising expectations for social life and culture to the final moment when it is gone forever, except in the records. m ::i m First presentation of the seventy-sixth annual Choral Union Series was Metropolitan Opera coloratura soprano Roberta Peters, who gra- ciously signed autographs in her dressing room after the concert. Outstanding among the performers presented by the University Musical Society this year was internationally known pianist Walter Gieseking. Critics and music-lovers alike succumbed to the spell of this master technician who has received many awards, including the Legion of Honor. 366 THE MUSIC THAT CAME TO MICHIGAN From any angle, a full house at Hill to hear the Boston Symphony attests to general campus enthusiasm for the classical. But jazz pianist Oscar Peterson as well as the trumpet and antics of Dizzy Gillespie will also fill every seat. It would seem if the style is good, Michigan will wear her hair any length. 367 A newly formed civic project, the Dramatic Arts Center, brought theatre-in-the-round back to Ann Arbor. Included on a varied play-bill was Jean Anouilh ' s adaptation of the Greek tragedy " Antigone. " PROFESSIONAL DRAMA Every spring the Drama Season brings Broadway to Lydia Mendelssohn. On the 1954 list of productions was the French farce " The Little Hut " whose shipwrecked cast, starring Barbara Bel Cieddes, leave their Indian chief high and dry. 368 In presenting " Dream Girl, " Play Production class had the rare experience of working under a Broad- way playwright and director. Elmer Rice, on campus for a semester as a lecturer for the English Department, directed his play for the Speech Department. STUDENT DRAMA The ghost prostrates Hamlet with his revelation of the queen ' s infidelity in the Speech Department ' s fall production at Lydia Mendelssohn. Director B. Iden Payne, eight years a director at Strat- ford-on-Avon, felt the modified Elizabethan setting the most appropriate for the play. 369 LECTURE I General Mark W. Clark ' s address, " The Strug- gle in Asia " launched the 1954-55 Lecture Series of the University Oratorical Association in Hill Auditorium. As Commander-in-Chief, Far East Command, in the Korean War, Gen- eral Clark directed the truce negotiations and signed the Armistice agreement at Panmunjom. Author John Dos Passos analyzed, from the viewpoint of Jeffersonian democracy, the national problem of adapting our institutions to a rapidly changing industrial society, while still preserving individual liberty. 370 Tension builds in " Caine Mutiny Court-Martial " when Wendell Corey as Naval Pilot Barney Greenwalu cross-examines Captain Queeg, played by Paul Douglas. Questioned by the Court, Greemvald is confident, determined, convincing. " The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial, " brilliantly performed by a proficient cast, was as much acclaimed in Ann Arbor as throughout the country. 371 k r iJLM 111 The Hall of Evolution hang-out for geology students, retired trilobites and first-graders. The children may not understand the great scheme, but they are always awed by the colorful display cases and the Owosso mastadon. EXHIBITS Displaying exhibits from its own extensive collection and the traveling exhibits of other museums, the University Art Museum offers the campus a steady flow of artistic works which survey the traditional masters and the modern expressionists. 372 The most prominent pirate of Penzance finds romance, but Mabel is evidently not the very model of a modern major general ' s ward. GILBERT AND SULLIVAN Even maid-of-all work Huth rolics on the rocky shore of Cornwall, but the guest of honor at the pirate party is in a quandary. Seamen celebrate Frederick ' s coming of age, he will now be a full-fledged felon. " The Pirates, " like past G S pro- ductions, was skillfully and enthusiastically executed, a colorful event on the entertainment agenda. L VISITORS Visiting the United States at the invitation of President Eisenhower, Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, was awarded an honorary doctorate of civil laws by the University on June 7, 1954. Expressing his gratitude, the Emperor presented the University with a rare Bible from his homeland. Dr. Edwin Franko Goldman chats with Dr. William D. Revelli, director of Uni- versity bands before the annual High School Band Day program at the Michigan- Indiana game. Dr. Goldman premiered his new march " Michigan, " during the pre-game ceremonies. " The Mouth, " Joe E. Brown, middle, kicked off publicity for the Union Opera. In a lecture sponsored by the Music School, Ralph Vaughn Williams, " Dean of English Composers, " spoke at the University on his eighty- second birthday. " When I am asked to justify the existence of music, " he declared, " all I say is that it ' s axiomatic. That ' s all I know and all I need to know. " 374 A- i As their football team humbled the Michigan eleven, the cadet contingent from West Point drilled precisely on the field, manhandled Michigan cheerleaders in the stands, and marked their football victory with a triumphantly whistled rendition of " On Brave Old Army Team. " 375 Apartment parties offer all the atmosphere and conveniences of home. The two in costume are undoubtedly disguised as refrigerator raiders. s PICNICS AND . . . 376 A new kind of evening attire comes into fashion at fraternity house pajama parties. Antic entertainers pass the hat via pockets before the night-capped audience. n: Ladies with full skirts and a flare for the square lead their first gents to Lane Hall every Tuesday night when Grey Austin calls the campus part- ners for ' a grand allemande. PARTIES 377 . -.. Campus bop combos may crop up from time to time, but the Ann Arbor Alley Cats have been the only authentic dixieland band at Michigan for the past five years. Since they use no music at their jazz concerts and dances, there is no limit to the creative inspiration that often results. 378 South Quad ' s spectacular Noel Moderne has become more elaborate since its premiere in ' 51. The decorations are devised months ahead and the committee makes an all night stand to provide spectacular and appropriate adornment for the traditional season and the modern surroundings. MUSIC, MOODS, AND MIRTH Panhel Ball drew couples into Candyland where lollypop programs and gumdrop decorations carried out the theme of the most successful dance in Panhel ' s history. While the between semester siesta lured some students down beneath the sheltering palms of Florida, J-Hop Weekend offered fountains, orchids and other tropical traditions to those who lingered in the frozen North. The compact and always exhausting weekend featured parties and sports from swimming to sliding down hills in the Arb. The rustic visage of the IM Building underwent its annual plastic surgery for the social event of the year. Adorned as an island, the building backdropped the sea of couples who swayed with the palms to the music of the Dorsey Brothers and The Commanders. Members of the two bands received orchid leis. General Chairman Mark Gallon decks Dorseys ' vivacious vocalist. The pause that refreshed an oasis in a desert of people and palm trees, the refreshment stand attracted the thirsty and breathless for a while away from the whirl. Relaxing in one of the many fraternity-furnished booths, couples recuperate in a between-conga collapse. 381 J-HOP COMMITTEE The happy producers of " Bali Hai " pose for posterity beneath their palms. Kneeling in front is Jim Wills, who was in charge of Buildings and Grounds and at left is Jerry Prescott who handled Programs and Favors. Standing from left to right are: Earl Lundin, tickets; Pat Goddard, Publicity; Bill Diamond, Decorations; Dave Smith, Bands; Gene Cohen, Booths; Lou Kwiker, Finance; Mark Gallon, General Chairman; and Sara Jo Brown, Special Events. 382 mm i-s W Left: Equally entertaining on the stage of Hill, astride a prehistoric tail in a Michigras parade or booming out slide narrative in the Natural Science Auditorium, the Geology Department ' s Russel C. Hussey is a figure of warmth and vitality to the entire campus. Right: Activities and honoraries decree Howard Xemerovski outsiding, but to the student on the street the name " Xemo " means inimitable wit and a contagious comic attitude that has permeated the campus from informal parties to Union Opera scripts. 1 PEOPLE Former prizefighter, undertaker and tavern owner is Phi Gam Houseman Al (Wildcat) Wahl, who taxis the tardy to class and entertains the campus with his recitals of plaintive poetry and western ballads on his banjo and baritone ukelele. i Two senior Barristers who cam ' great weight around Law School are Herb Drukker and Bill Brown. Herb, who played Mother in the ' 53 Union Opera " Up ' X Atom " re- gales friends with his " Joisy huma ' , " while speedy Bill ' s astounding capacity leaves all those at 120 E. Liberty gulping. 383 TRADITIONS Decoding the time schedule to determine if you can have the course you want, taught by the prof you want, at the time you want it, is complicated by the problems of co-ordinating two schedules so that free periods coincide. When I was one and twenty, the Pretzel Bell did make A pitcher full of foaming beer in lieu of birthday cake. Now I ' m one and twenty, and in this sovereign state my plasticized ID card no longer must I fake. Right: from engine arch to Museum gate old traditions coeds rate. Ladies who these lions avoid had better read a book on Freud. to . 384 The verdant hue of the Museum lions and the straggly S ' s splashed on the Diag portend a Saturday when green chrysanthemums appear among the yellow and blue. Badged with pennants, corsages, and miniature footballs, surfeited with hot dogs, and parked in Ypsilanti, 97,000 thronged to the traditional Michigan-Michigan State con- test. As the multitude separated after the rout, there was little to cheer the trip back to East Lansing but green beer. Demands of " Roll ' em up " meet every speaker at a Michi- gan pep rally. Undergrads sport argyles, but this loyal alumnus, in undying Michigan spirit, wears the true colors. 385 Delta Upsilon ' s Brandy and Lambda Chi ' s Major competed for grade A steaks in the first annual Saint Bernard race across the Diag on Homecoming morning. The contest promises to be a tradition in the future. Rigged with ropes and possessed with u demoniac voice, DU ' s diabolic spider en- tices Minnesota ' s fly to his web of Home- coming defeat. Iii the grim co-existance of distance and driving ban, determined cyclists intimidate pedestrians on the Diag and even stem the tide toward the quads at noon to maintain the Michigan student ' s right to be mobilized. The College Student ' s Best Friend Most bicycles spend the winter mothballed in the basement or shrouded in plastic in the yard,[but every year the Ann Arbor police pick up vagrant vehicles that have been abandoned to the elements. The question always arises, what happened to the owner? Whether he acquired a driving permit or his walking papers is anybody ' s guess. -r- BENEDICTION - - 388 leaving . . . Gl Class of Michigan ' 54: holder of the world ' s record for the minimum in commencement ceremonies three minutes. The suddenly inclement weather disappointed a few, dampened many, but future plans and expectations were generally sunny. GRADUATION 389 Dolores Messinger Education James Richards Pharmacy David Kennedy Business Administration Carol McKechnie Architecture and Design Judith Berger Nursing Robert Richardson Engineering Phillip Steinhaus Music Judith W. Purcell Dental Hygiene Marvin Lubeck Medicine David Stephen Dentistry Jack Tomion Law SENIOR CLASS PRESIDENTS Robert Dombroski Literature, Science and the Arts, and President of Senior Board When presidents, officers and interested visitors of each Senior Class convene, most likely it is Senior Board meeting time again. Representing the seniors in their respective colleges, members attempt to bring a multitude of aims and activities into efficient and effective order, uniting the many into one. Virginia J. Abbey W. Hamilton, Flint, Mich. A.B. in Political Science 914 Joan E. Abbott H. 3, Albion, Mich. Issam M. Abd-El-Baki Has -Beirut, Lebanon Lee N. Abrams A.B. in Pro-legal Studies 431 Aldine, Chicago, 111. B.S. in Dent. Hygiene B.S.E. (Ch.E.) p. jtrJ _ mim mm ' Am Alice E. Abramson B. S. in Botany 107 Florida St., Laurium, Mich. Earl B. Abramson B B A 2051 Arthur, Chicago, 111. Eugene Abravane A.B. in Psychology 551 Claremont Pkwy., New York, N.Y. Terrence E. Adderley B.B.A. 810 Whitmore Rd., Detroit, Mich. Alan S. Adelson A.B. in History 18204 Warrington Dr., Detroit, Mich. Murli C. Advani B.S.E.(M.E.) Kittridge Rd., Colaba, Bombay, India Ursula M. Albert B.S.N. Shepard ltd., Macedonia, Ohio Jack J. Alberts D.D.S. 1629 Federal, Grand Rapids, Mich. Margaret J. Albright B.S.N. 5891 Parkside Dr., Monroe. Mich. Sa ' d M. Al-Durrah M.S.K. (Structural E.) Karadat Mariam, Baghdad, Iraq. Mary S. Alexander A.B. in English 140 X. College, Grand Rapids, Mich. Gerard Alfano B.S. in Zoology 280 Walnut St., Newark, N. J. Keith A. Alford A.B. in Social Studies and Teacher ' s Cert. 948 Dewey, Plymouth, Mich. Peter Aliferis M.D. 22471 S. Kane, Detroit, Mich. Amina R. Al-Kaisy M.S. in Physics Al-Wazia, Baghdad, Iraq. Eugene Alkema L.L.B. 43 W. State St., Grandville, Mich. Jean M. All A.B. in Education 201 1 Barth St., Flint, Mich. Bruce B. Allen B.B.A. in Finance 412 Lincoln Rd., Grosse Pointe, Mich. M. Jennifer Allen A.B. in English 530 E. 23rd St., New York, N.Y. Ruth T.B. Alley A. B. and Teacher ' s Cert. in English and Speech 719 Oakland, Ann Arbor, Mich. Hilmi H. Al-Mufti M.S.E. (C.E.) Al-Solaikh, Baghdad, Iraq. Hamid M. Al-Shamma M.S.E. (C.E.) Khaik Abwl Ala, Mosul, Iraq. Khalid A. Al-Shawi L.L.M. Haibet Khatoori, Adamiah, Baghdad, Iraq. S. T. Herz Amdur B.B.A. 2051 Arthur, Chicago, 111. A. Drachoomsuk Amrung M.S. in Education Bangkok, Thailand Dorothy D. Anderson B S N. 260 Dover ltd., Springfield, Ohio. Jeanne M. Anderson A.B. in Fine Arts 649 Lake, Saugatuck, Mich. Lloyd S. Anderson A.B. in Political Science 14230 Indiana, Detroit, Mich. T. E. Andrews M.D. 2320 Springfield Dr., Kalamazoo, Mich. James H. Anthony B.S. in Design 918 W. 6th Ave., Flint, Mich. Eduardo Arcila B.S.E. (Ch. E.) Sevilla-V, Colombia, S.A. Paul H. Ardelean A.B. in Zoology 2425 Christine, Wayne, Mich. 392 Joan M. Arent A.B. in Zoology 18000 Ardmore, Detroit, Michigan Alan A. Arms A.B. in History 1568 Beach, Muskegon, Mich. David W. Arnold B.B.A. in Marketing Woodleigh Rd., Chagrin Falls, Ohio Dale E. Artz M.S. in Industrial Education 699 E. 16th, Holland, Mich. Don M. Arveson B.S. in Physics 357 Broadway. Berlin, Wis. Katherine N. Ase B.S. in P.H.X. 2323 W. Fullerton, Chicago, 111. Phyllis E. Ash A.B. in History 17573 Woodingham Dr., Detroit, Mich. George H. Aster B. of Arch. 1148 Hermitage, Grand Rapids, Mich. Richard H. Atkin B.B.A. 1445 Queen St. E., Sault Ste, Marie, Ontario, Canada Julie Ann Atkinson A.B. in Political Science 507 Edison Blvd., Port Huron, Mich. Curtis T. Atkisson, Jr. B.S.E. (Ind. E.) 18 Edgewood Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y. Robertson J. Augustine B.S. in Physics Woodbeck Lake, Gowen, Mich. Bargara A. Avallone A.B. in Speech 1109 W. Third, Jamestown, X. V. Keith H. Averill M.D. 202 Paterson, Flint, Mich. Kenneth Averill M.D. Abdul-Ghani Ibrahim Azhari A.B. in Economics Rue Omar Alkhattab, Beirut, Lebanon Khalid Aziz B.S.E. (M.E.) Mt. School. Karachi-Pakistan Brigitte H. E. Bach A.B. in Chemistry 14639 Michigan Ave., Dearborn, Mich. Bruce H. Bacon B.S.E. and M.B.A. (Ind.E.) 2257 Innisbrook, Toledo, Ohio Barbara L. Badertscher A.B. in Education 847 Bernardston Rd., Greenfield, Mass. Fred N. Baer A.B. in History 35 S. Spring, LaGrange, 111. George J. Baibak B.S. and M.D. 502 Center Dr., Tecumseh, Mich. David L. Bailey A.B. in Economics 123 McKee, Manistee, Mich. John C. Baity A.B. in Economics 505 Third, Wilmette, 111. Carmela T. Baker A.B. in Education 1756 Quincy Ct,, Willow Run, Mich. Jacob K. Baker B.S. in Wildlife Management 1801 Berkshire, Union, . J. Kathleen M. Baker A.B. in Journalism 3000 Monroe, Grand Rapids Martha F. Baker A.B. in El. Education 918 Beard, Flint, Mich. Robert E. Baker L.L.B. 8514 Forest Dr., St. Louis, Mo. Bonnie E. Baker A.B. in Math., Sec. Education 1528 Golden Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich. James T. Baldwin B.S. in Design 1 Gordon PI., Verona, X. J. William J. Balgooyen, Jr. L.L.B. 3842 Henry, Muskegon, Mich. George F. Bamber A.B. in Speech 22587 Xona. Dearborn, Mich. Charles Y. Bancroft B.B.A. in Accounting and Finance 4602 Dorr, Toledo. Ohio Ann M. Bandler A.B. in Latin American Studies 2263 Tuxedo, Detroit, Mich. Peter G. Benzhaf A.B. in History 2904 E. Kenwood, Milwaukee, Wis. 393 tit i Jayant H. Bariya B.S.E. (C.E.) Limbdi, India Vernon D. Barker B.S. in Pre-Professional 7730 Detroit Blvd., Walled Lake, Mich. Marjorie L. Barlow A.B. in Geography 15834 Rosemont, Detroit, Mich. Donald L. Barnyard A.B. in History 16760 Heyden, Detroit, Mich. Michael A. Barnard B.S. in Zoology Harroun Rd., Sylvania Ohio John R. Barnes L.L.B. 128 Tower, lona, Mich. Nancy L. Barnes B.S. in Med. Tech. 2017 Swensberg, N.E. Grand Rapids, Mich. Yvonne M. L. Barnes M.A. in Library Science 405 University Dr., East Lansing, Mich. Barbara A. Barrett B.S. in Anthropology 3334 Willett, Pontiac, Mich. James A. Barry B.S. in Pre-Professional 432 Hamilton PL, Ann Arbor, Mich. Nancy L. Bartholomew B. of Mus. Education 527 Lindbergh Way, Lewistown, Penna. Ann E. Bartlett B.S. in Physical Therapy 4357 Leslie, Detroit, Mich. Otto D. Bartlett A.B. in Pre-Professional 2708 Manor Dr., Midland, Mich. Richard J. Barrett M.D. 87 E. Southern, Muskegon, Mich. Mary S. Barton A.B. in El. Education East Long Lake Rd., Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Henry J. Bartosik B. of Arch 6910 Pinehurst, Dearborn, Mich. David E. Basket B.S. in Pre-Medical Colidge Ave., Ironwood, Mich. Geraldine M. Baskin M.S. in El. Education 13320 Broadstreet, Detroit, Mich. Diane L. Bassin A.B. in Education 17412 Wildemere, Detroit, Mich. Shirley A. Bates Cert, in Dent. Hygiene 523 Grace, Flint, Mich. Carolyn J. Bauer B.S.N. 1317 Bishop Rd., Grosse Pointe, Mich. James W. Bauer A.B. in Arch Jefferson, Blissfield, Mich. John W. Bauknecht L.L.B. 515 W. N. Ave., East Palestine, Ohio John E. Bauman, Jr. B.S. in Physics 7338 Madison St., Kansas City, Mo. George W. Baumann B.S.E. (E.E.) 607 N. 24th St., Saginaw, Mich. Stella M. Baumann B. of Mus. 1923 Loekmoor Blvd., Grosse Pointe, Mich. Aurora Yatco Bautista M.A. in City Planning 1623 Dapitan, Manilla, Philippines William L. Baxendale B. of Arch 1166 Lakeview, Detroit, Mich. Richard H. Baxter B.B.A. 1952 Burns Ave., Ypsilanti, Mich. Shirley R. Baylis A.B. in El. Education 906 Spence, Pontiac, Mich. Willard F. Beard B.B.A. 6 Martin PL, Manhasset, N. Y. Glen D. Bearss B.S. in Education 6376 Abbottsford, Goodells, Mich. James W. Beatty L.L.B. 2226 Drexel, Ft. Wayne, Indiana Ross F. Bechard B.B.A. in Finance R. R. 4, Chatham, Ontario Norman E. Beck B.B.A. in Accounting 15506 Winthrop, Detroit, Mich. Helaine M. Becker A.B. in Political Science 184-50 Midland Pkwy., Jamacia, N. Y. 394 jTMIb La ' ' W - -7. ' S w vft sg r Ji rt- r " 1 T ;. , f -f V 1 ft dl n t f I I Danny T. Bedsole M.A. in Mathematics 1919 Alpine Rd., Longview, Texas E. Sue Beebe A.B. in Political Science 117 X. Elm, Owosso, Mich. Francis G. Belill B.S. in Chemistry 633 Foss, Flint, Mich. Aden D. Bell A.B. in Education 738 S. Main, Adrian, Mich. Margaret L. Bell A.B. in English 41 Grove, Galesburg, Mich. Gloria A. Bellgraph B.S. in Dent. Hygiene 241 F. Main. Ionia, Mich. Jose J. Bengoechea B.S. in Pharmacy Managua. Nicaragua H. Thomas Benner B.S.E. (M.E.) 1217 X. George St.. York. Pa. Janet C. Benner A.B. in Political Science Ashland, LaGrange, 111. Nancy J. Bennet A.B. in Spec. Education 1125 Salida Rd., Mentor, Ohio Ellen L. Benson A.B. in El. Education 715 S. Forest, Ann Arbor, Mich. James M. Benson D.D.S. 4102 Clements, Detroit, Mich. Jerry S. Benson A.B. in History Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D. C. Theodore J. Benya B.S. in Pharmacy 4020 W. 219th St., Fairview Park, Ohio Ara Berberian L.L.B. 12884 Broadstreet, Detroit, Mich. Paul K. Berg B.S. in Zoology 653 Forest Ave.. Staten Island, X. Y. Joel S. Berger A.B. in Political Science 1210 Washington St., Farrell, Pa. Judith C. Berger B.S.N. Euclid, Bay City, Mich. Max H. Bergman A.B. in Economics 4918 Walnut, Kansas City. Mo. Robert Bergner A.B. in Political Science 600 Woodmere Blvd., Woodmere, L. I. Donald J. Bergsma A.B. in Arch 5 Milford, Mich. H arriet L. Bergstein A.B. in Spec. Education 711 185th Ave., E. Duluth, Minn Mary F. Berinstein A.B. in El. Education 268 Brattle Rd., Syracuse, X. Y. Doris E. Berland A.B. in Social Studies 13815 Droxmore Rd., Shakers Height, Ohio Stanton H. Berlin B.B.A. 1444 Fargo Ave., Chicago, 111. Sherwood N. Berman M.B.A. in Marketing (102 E. Emerson, Ithaca. Mich. Melvin J. Bernia B.S.E. (M.E.) 11975 Hamburg, Detroit, Mich. Stanley B. Bernstein B.B.A. in Accounting 1876 E. 26th St., Brooklyn, X. Y. Jean A. Berry Cert, in Dent. Hygiene 2222 Proctor, Flint, Mich. Lathrop F. Berry, Jr. B.D. 811 S. Durand, Jackson, Mich. Blanche C. Bersch A.B. in Philosophy 819 Third St., Ann Arbor. Mich. Richard Bertoia B.S.E. (Ch.E.) 7791 Warwick, Detroit, Mich. Herbert T. Berwald, Jr. A.B. in History Le Hermon A.H., Presidio, San Francisco, Cal. Judith A. Bettison A.B. in Sociology 2501 Thornapple River Dr., GrandRapids, Mich. Rohinton K. Bhada B.S.E. (Ch.E.) 806 Empire Mahal, Dadar Bombay 14, India Joan M. Bianchi A.B. in American Culture 30 Ellington Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 395 Barbara Ann Bickel H.S.X. 2850 Hospital Rd., Saginaw, Mich. Lillain Bickert A.B. in French 2 W. 86th St., New York, N. Y. Priscilla Bickford B. of Mus. in Voice Kast and Main, Greenfield, Iowa John N. Bicknell M D 9100 Manor, Detroit. Mich. Joseph M. Bicknell A.B. in Psychology 13225 Binvood, Detroit, Mich. LaVerne M. Biernat B.S. in Dent. Hygiene 738 S. Pleasant St., Jackson. Mich. Barbara J. Bigelow B.S. in Design 110 Kim Park, Pleasant Ridge. Mich. Jerry H. Bilik B. of Mus. Education 133 Valley Rd., New Rochelle, X. Y. Bruce Billes D D S 150 Corbin PL, Brooklyn, N. Y. Marvin L. Billow B.B.A. in Sales R. F. D. No. 1, Ney, Ohio Charles S. Birdsall M.D. William R. Bisbee Plains, Kansas B.S.E. (M.E.) A. Sue Bitman A.B. in Pre-Professional 1601 Monaco Blvd., Denver, Colo. Donald G. Black L L.B. 420 Chandler St., Flint, Mich. David A. Blanchard B of Arch 3495 W. Outer Dr., Detroit, Mich. Charles A. Blankenship B.S. in Forestry 3310 Forest Hill Ave., Richmond, Va. Frederick W. Block A.B. in English R. 4 Box 59, Mason, Mich. George L. Blum M D 4367 Wnverly, Detroit, Mich. Frank S. Blumenthal A.B. in Pre-Professional 908 Mary, Ann Arbor, Mich. Margaret L. Blunt A.B. in Education 626 Park Ave., Albert Lea, Minn. Malaya D. Bocobo M.A. in Counseling and Guidance 216 Villamel, Posay City. Philippines Ralph W. Boeker B.B.A. 13 Oak Park Ave., Darien, Conn. Shirley J. Boers A.B. in Mathematics 705 Edgemoor, Kalamazoo, Mich. Paul O. Bofinger B.S. in Forestry 685 Walter St., Uniondale, N. Y. Jacqueline M. Boggan A.B. in Spec. Education 1488 Glendale. D ayton. Ohio Fernando Bonilla M.A. in English Stop 1, Isabela, Puerto Rico Marcia E. Boothe B.S. in Music Drama 4210 Sandy Lane, Birmingham, Mich. Mary B. Borns ' tein B.S. in Med. Tech. 2303 Village Dr., Louisville, Ky. Frederick J. Bosco M.A. in French 1222 X. Monroe, Bay City, Mich. Helen A. Boughton A.B. in French 514 Maywood, Monroe, Mich. Mary E. Bouldrey A.B. in Education 801 Copeman, Flint Mich. Warren L. Bowerson A.B. in Psychology 4065 Helen Ave., Port Huron, Mich. Julie A. Bowles B.A. in Education 5536 Yorkshire, Detroit, Mich. Robert H. Bowman A.B. in Economics 22300 Inkster Rd., Framington, Mich. James B. Bradley B.B.A. 316 Washington, Geneva, N. Y. Samuel P. Bradley B.B.A. in Advertising 15750 Biltmore, Detroit, Mich. 396 Alfonso F. Brady A.B. in History 1243 Lieth, Flint, Mich. James J. Brady A.B. in Journalism 20846 Lennon, Harper Woods. Mich. Robert L. Brand A.B. in Mathematics 1250 Meadowlawn, Pontiuc, Mich. Walter M. Braun B. of Arch 6169 Xeff Rd., Detroit. Mich. James C. Bray A.B. in Political Science 4005 Cuthhertson, Flint, Mich. Joanne A. Bregand A.B. in Psychology 17343 Whitcomb, Detroit, Mich. Elmer C. Brehmer B.S. in Pharmacy 27659 Arsenal Rd., Flat Rock, Mich. Fred C. Breisch A.B. in Mathematics 11856 E. Shore Dr., Whitmore Lake, Mich. Richard A. Brenner B.S. in Pre-Professional 300 Columbus Ave., Fostoria, Ohio James F. Bresson B.S. in Zoology 66 Pine St., Torrington, Conn. Richard C. Briggs A.B. in Economics 180 Spring, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Carolee J. Briley A.B. in Spanish 855 Tappan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Simeon Brinberg A.B. in Political Science 1111 Ocean Dr., Brooklyn. X. Y. Gordon D. Britz B.B.A. in Marketing 25 Otho St., Iverell (5X) Xe v South Wales, Australia Norman I. Brock M.B.A. and L.L.B. 19383 Prairie, Detroit, Mich. Elaine R. Brohn B.S.X. 2220 Begole, Flint, Mich. Margaret I. Brohkoff B.S. in P.H.X. 1327 Mt. Hope, Pottsviile, Pa. Jean S. Bromfield A.B. in English 217 X. Grove, Oak Park, 111. Georganna Bronaugh A.B. in English 14610 Grandville. Detroit. Mich. Ernest G. Brookfield M.D. 205 X. Bowen St., Jackson, Mich. Jere H. Brophy B.S.E. (Ch. and Met.E.) 3 Briarwood Rd., W. Hartford, Conn. Arnold E. Brown A.B. in Russian Studies 2021 March St., Kalamazoo, Mich. Barbara A. Brown A.B. in Education 337 S. Vochran, Charlotte, Mich. David J. Brown B.S. in History 57 Majestic, S. E. Grand Rapids, Mich. Edward I. Brown D.D.S. 1451 Dudley, Willow Run Mich. Ellen E. Brown A.B. in El. Education 2723 S. Rose St., Kalamazoo, Mich. Elsie M. Brown B.S.X. 122 Michigan Ave., Clinton, Mich. Ira A. Brown, Jr. L.L.B. 901 Cherry. Xiles, Mich. Jack R. Brown M.D. 5730 Coniston Rd., Seattle, Wash. Janet L. Brown A.B. in Sec. Education 1992 Shipman Blvd., Birmingham, Mich. Judith N. Brown A.B. in El. Education 1002 Kensington, Flint, Mich. Loretta B. Brown A.B. in History 2020 W. Philadelphia, Detroit, Mich. Robert E. Brown A.B. in Economics 1617 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor, Mich. Robert L. Brown B. of Arch 3315 S. Dodge Rd., Clio, Mich. Robert W. Brown B. of Mus. 2565 Lenox, Trenton. Mich. Don R. Brown A.B. in Mus. Lit. 1301 Eleventh, Alpena, Mich. 397 life 4 J 5 Ci ft E V " 5= - - lit It Andrejs Broze B.S.E. (C.E.) 1136 Prospect, Ann Arbor, Mich. J. Lester Brubaker M.A. in Education Rohrerstown, Pa. Philip J. Brunskill B.B.A. 2239 Charlestown, Toledo, Ohio Fred A. Bryan, Jr. B.S. in Physics R. 2, McLean, Va. Joan M. Bryan A.B. in Philosophy 32-22 170th St., Flushing, N. Y. Patricia A. Bubel A.B. in Speech 11735 Tuttle Hill, Milan, Mich. Russell J. Bucci B.B.A. in Insurance 18431 Hickory, Detroit, Mich. Lois A. Buchbinder A.B. in El. Education 16815 Normandy, Detroit, Mich. John T. Buck A.B. in Journalism 33731 Macomh, Farmington, Mich. Miriam E. Buck A.B. in Speech 457 Cranbrook, Birmingham, Mich. Richard L. Buck B.S. in Geology 1016 S. Spring, LaGrange, 111. Anton F. Buczak, Jr. B.S.E. (Nav. Arch.) 705 Fulton XW, Grand Rapids, Mich. Fred C. Buhler B.B.A. in Marketing 5)07 Woodbridge, Flint, Mich. James Bulloch B.B.A. in Accounting R. 1, Hickory Corner?, Mich. Donald G. Burch B.S.E. (M.E.) 3359 Millard, Muskegon, Mich. Denzer W. Burke B.S. in Pre-Professional 1324 Swansea Ct., Ypsilanti. Mich. Lewis A. Burnham B.S.E. (M.E.) Port Lambton, Ontario, Canada Gordon A. Burns B.S.E. (E.E.) 1765 Barclay, Muskegon, Mich. Robert W. Burns B.S.E. (Aero.E.) 2100 Leroy, Jackson, Mich. Elizabeth A. Burris A.B. in English 3215 Croydon Rd., Canton, Ohio Barbara E. Burstein B. of Mus. in Music Lit. 316 Clark, Xeenah, Wis. Margaret H. Burton A.B. in History 4317 Verona Circle. Royal Oak, Mich. Jack L. Bush B.S. in Pre-Medical 19 X. Hamilton, Ypsilanti, Mich. Lawrence H. Bush A.B. in Journalism 526 S. Center, Gaylord, Mich. Charles W. Butler, Jr. M.D. RFD 1, Deshler, Ohio Donald E. Butler M.D. 14591 Penrod, Detroit, Mich. Alan Butterworth B.B.A. Asheville, X. C. Joanne B. Button B.S. in Zoology 5 Phillips Lane, Darien, Conn. Judith M. Byers B.S.X. Route 2, Sault St. Marie, Mich. Richard R. Byrne M.D. 208 S. Lincoln, Kent, Ohio Rachel A. Byron B.S.X. 614 Whitney Rd., Conneaut, Ohio Ted J. Cachey B.B.A. in Finance 10443 S. Bell, Chicago, 111. Frederick R. Caffrey B.S.E. (E.E.) 500 W. 175 St., Xew York, X. Y. Norberto J. Calderas B.S.E. (C.E.) Mendoza Fria, Venezuela Neil J. Call B.B.A. in Accounting 229 Wildwood, Ann Arbor, Mich. Fernando Camacho B.S. in Wood Tech. Carrera 4, 73-16, Bogota, Colombia 398 I ' r. . ( CV CS lrl. I I Alexander T. Campbell B. of Mus. Education 31)55 Ninth St. Ecorse, Mich. Anne K. Campbell B.S.E. (E. Mech. and Math.) Sherman St., Caro, Mich. Colleen G. Campbell A.B. in El. Education 536 Orchard, East Lansing. Mich. Donald J. Campbell B.S. in Mathematics 21 1 Lange St., Birmingham, Mich. Napoleon V. Campomanes Ph.D. (C.E.) Manila, Philippines Irving L. Cannon B.B.A . 13 Douglas St., Millburn, X. J. David J. Caplan B.B.A. 18262 Muirland Ave., Detroit, Mich. I. Albert Camputo M.S.E. (Ch.E.) 9148 Ellis. Chicago, 111. Edna P. Carlson A.B. in Education R. 3, White Cloud, Mich. Frederick R. Carman A.B. in Latin 670 Ivy PL, Uniondale, X. Y. Lois J. Carmer, A.B. in History 914 Norwich S.W. Grand Rapids, Mich. Beverly A. Carmichael A.B. in Russian Studies 308 E. Sixth St., Perrysburg, Ohio Herbert A. Carpenter D D S 1134 Thomas St., Grand Rapids, Mich. Robert S. Carr A.B. in Pre-Professional 1205 Roosevelt Blvd., Ypsilanti, Mich. James Carras L.L.B 1407 Eleventh St., Bay City, Mich. Carol A. Carrigan A.B. in Economics 626 Oxford Rd., Ann Arbor, Mich. David E. A. Carson B B 48 Turnstall Rd., Scarsdale, X. Y. Harry B. Carson B.S. in Forestry 103 X. Detroit. Buchanan, Mich. Charlotte W. Carter B.S. in Design 1412 Geddes, Ann Arbor, Mich. Janet B. Case B.B.A. 126 Rosemont Ave., S. Charleston, W. Va. James T. Cassidy 219 Cedar Ave., Oil City, Pa. David B. Cavitch 334 W. llth St Ronald J. Cayo M.D. A.B. in P nglish Traverse City, Mich. 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Business Staff: BUSINESS MANAGER, Paul Geiger; OFFICE MANAGER, Ann Cordill; assistant, Cathy King; ACCOUNTS, Marilyn Smith; CONTRACTS, Cynthia Stone; ADVERTISING, Pierre Welch; assistant, Morgan Davis; PROMOTIONS, Dick Harrison; GENERAL SALES, Fritz Cormvell; CAMPUS SALES, Bob Porter and a multitude of campus salesmen. 445 Dear Reader: By way of an epistolary epilogue on what finally turned out to be the fifty-eighth edition of the ' Ensian, it seemed appropriate to acknowledge the participants in our pet project. It certainly took a lot of them like those who stopped in to chat and were cajoled into being creative, or others who evinced an interest in the first place and were never allowed to forget it thereafter. It was fine experience; it was exciting and fun and To Mr. Rogers, patience personified in a printer, to Carol Fox, John Hancock, Jim Oldham and many friends at Jahn and Oilier for their concern and cooperation in engraving matters (like filling a few hundred rush orders) and to Ed Kase, so instrumental in helping " cover up " the whole matter for us a humble and hearty thanks. To genial Sam Fields, representative of Delma Studios who speedily shot, sorted and sent those senior pictures, and to Mr. Nelson who nightly pacified and pictured house groups galore we are indeed grateful to them as we are to those newspapers who so kindly furnished desperately needed pictures for our pages, The Detroit News, The Ann Arbor News, and the Columbus Dispatch. Much obliged are we also to those who plaj r ed photographer for and with us to Mr. Christo- fides, for that wonderful shot of Mr. Abernathy at work on his wheel to Student Publications ' own Don Campbell who fussed, fumed and fought for those fine color shots in the opening section to University News Service whose files were a vertiable vault of pictorial aid and to Photo Service for all the service rendered when things got a bit dim in our own darkroom. Thanks are due those around the building as well to Mr. Mattson who rounded up paper clips and rubber cement and donated the lamp by which we burned the midnight oil, to Carol Has- kell who doled out petty cash and played postman, to Ken Chatters, a good friend about printing- problems and parking permits. And to the Daily people who kept us company on deadline dates, who offered much advice, but little consolation and who usually came through with a few extra inches in which to publish our pleas about personnel and price rises. To Mr. Rinkel and Mr. Reed and the others on the Board in Control of Student Publications who stood by in the face of some adversity from certain organized sources to each and every one of you, our appreciation. But no editorial bouquet would be complete without a generous scattering of orchids to a staff that was supreme, if slightly insane. To Paul, potentate of the purse, and a business staff that functioned efficiently (from three to five each afternoon, anway), we owe a debt of affection in our common cause. To Mimi and Mike, cohorts who congregated most faithfully, to the Junior Editors and their assisting hands, who rallied ' round and rose to each occasion, to the photog- raphers who often procrastinated but finally produced, and to a tremendous bunch of try outs whose labor filled many a gap how else can I say it? Thanks, you all ! EDITING ETTA 446 Now here ' s a difference I can feel!. what this Full-time Power Steering . I does for me at the wheel! " THE LOOK does things for you no Other Cars Can do! For instance, power steering that works the instant you move your wheel! Even if you ' ve tried other power steering, you ' ll feel the big difference at once! With other kinds, you have to exert 5 pounds of pressure before the power cuts in. Chrysler Corporation ' s exclusive Coaxial power steering requires less wheel motion . . . fewer wheel turns . . . and gives you unmatched control over rough roads, soft shoulders, tracks, ruts and sand. After a full day of driving and parking, you feel fresh as a daisy. Only Plymouth, Dodge, De Soto, Chrysler and Imperial have this and many other wonderful new features. See and drive THE FORWARD LOOK at your dealer ' s soon! PLYMOUTH DODGE DE SOTO CHRYSLER IMPERIAL CHRYSLER CORPORATION 447 Student Index Abbass, Abdul 262 Abbey, Virginia 156, 229, 298, 392 Abbott, Elizabeth Abbot, Joan Abbott, Margaret _ Abbott, Phyllis 364 Abbott, Shirley 354 Abbrecht Martin Abcede, Juanito 260 Abd-El-Baki. Issam Mohamed 3 Abdul, Moid 262 Abdulla, Jamal 262 Abeles, Frederic Abeshouse, Jane 101 Abrams, Leen -- 173, 392 Abramson, Alice 392 Abramson, Earl - 173,392 Abramson, Larry 1! Abramson, Sheldon _ Abravanel, Eugene - 39 Acacia Ackerman, Edward _ Ackerman, John 276 Ackley, Prof. Gardner ... - 360 Adams, Carole 106, 153 Adams, Eaton 148 Adams, Frederick Adams, Janice 90 Adams House Adams. Karen 164 Adams, Katherine 89 Adams, Kathryn 146, 301 Adams, Penelope 115 Adams, Richard 102 Adams, Robert 161 Adams. Sherrell 145 Adams, William J 178 Adams, William W 113 Adamski, Donald _. 95 Adderly, Terence 157, 392 Adelberg, Vivian 225 Adelia Cheeyer 121 Adelman, Alice 117 Adelman, Martin 111 Adelson, Alan 392 Adelson, Irwin 111 Adelstein, Phyllis 106, 222 Adler. Hertha 266 Adler, Stephen - 140, 302 Advani, Murli Chandiram 392 Acngst, Fred 215 Afable, Nicanor 260 Afzal, Mohammad 131, 262 Ahlstrom, Peter 93 Ahmad, Jalil 262 Ahmed, Manir . 262 A, I, E. E. I. R. E. 277 Aiken, Martha 249 Ainslie, Richard 166 Ainslie, Thomas 88 Ainsworth, Kerry 204 Aizinas, Stanley 200 Ajay Nick _ 131 A. I. Ch. E 272 Akpabio, John . 114 Akrigg, Mary 117 Al-Amiri, Nasson 262 Albers, Robert 205 Albert, Ursula -392 Alberts, Jack 392 Albion, Martin 179 Albiston, Joyce 94 Albrecht, Frederick 204 Albrecht, Karl D 100 Albright, Margaret 392 Alcorn, Judith 162, 364 Aldrich. Carol 259 Aldrich, Sandra 153 Al-Durrah, Sad Mustafa 392 Alexander, George 270 Alexander, Jean 142 Alexander, John L. 286 Alexander, Sylvia 392 Alexander Robert 268 Alfano, Gerard.... 105, 392 Alford, Keith 97, 392 Alfred, Stan 192 Algenfritz, Robert 189 Alger. William 102, 168 All, Abdul _: 262 Ali, Sayed Zahid 262 Aliferis, Peter 205, 392 Al-Kaisy. Amina Ramzy 392 Alkema, Eugene 392 Alkema, Henry 204 All, Jeanne _392 Allaben, Dorothy .175, 304 A.I lain, Clarence - 93 Allen, Bruce 392 Allen, Dwight .._ . 184 Allen, Gary 102 Allen, George 203 Allen, Hugh 99 Allen, Jacqueline 98 Allen, Jennifer 392 Allen, Leonard E 258, 271 Allen. Nancy 255 Allen, Onlin 93 Allen Rumsey House 87 Allen, Stuart 193 Alley, Ruth . 392 Allie, Allen 208 Allis, Harry 203 Alpha Chi Omega 137 Alpha Chi Siema - . 196 Alpha Delta Phi 138 Alpha Delta Pi 139 Alpha Epsilon Phi 140 Alpha Epsilon Pi 141 Alpha Gamma Delta -142 Alpha Kappa Kappa .... 197 448 Alpha Kappa Psi 198 Alpha Lambda Delta 301 Alpha Omega Alpha Omicron Pi 143 Alpha Phi 145 Alpha Phi Alpha 144 Alpha Phi Omega 258 Alpha Rho Chi ._ 200 Alpha Sigma Phi 147 Alpha Tau Omega 148 Alpha Xi Delta -146 Al-Mueti, Hilmi Haqqi - 392 Al-Shamma, Hamid Matid .392 Al-Shawi, Khalid Abdulla . 392 Alstrom, Richard- 240, 243, 294 Alt. Glenn 274 Altenbern, Thomas _ - 97 Altman, Marilyn - 108 AIul, Husni 262 Alwasiti, Majid - 262 Amacher, Douglas 118 Amansec, Lilia 260 Amberson. Nancy 108, 162 Ambrose, Donald 209 Ambruster, Robert 119 Amdur, S. T. Herzl 392 Amdur, Ted 173 Amrhein, John 189 Amrung, Prachoomsuk A. - _ 261, 392 Amor, Robert . . 102 American Society of Civil Engin. 274 Amos, David 116 Amos, Norman - 203 Anbe, Daniel - _ 120 Anderle. Thomas .- 169 Andersen, Jeanne 92, 392 Andersen, Marvin 205 Andersen, Roger ...... 169, 269, 275. 276, 293 Anderson 88 Anderson, Barbara 109 Anderson, Carlos 187 Anderson, Charles 356 Anderson, Constance 115 Anderson, Donna -_ 142 Anderson, Doris 108, 286, 287 Anderson, Dorothy 392 Anderson, Frederick 182 Anderson, Harry 190 Anderson. Jerry 197 Anderson, Joanne 108 Anderson, Julius 110 Anderson, Kathryn 268 Anderson, Kenneth _. 86, 226 Anderson, Lewis ..286 Anderson, Lloyd 167, 392 Anderson, Marilyn ..92, 98, 1.32 Anderson, Marilyn . _ _ 92, 98, 132, 143 Anderson, Mary A 286 Anderson, Nancy 164 Anderson, Philip . 203 Andersen, Roland 88 Anderson, Stie 204 Andrews. Andy 354 Andrews, Karl 87 Andrews, Doug 147 Andrews, Harold 356 Andrews, T. E _ 392 Andrews. William 189 Angeli. Mark - _ -113 Angell House 89 Angeli, William ...._ - 96 Angelo. Harold 235 Angelos. Leo 120 Angers, Karen 107, 146 Angler. Gordon 102 Angood, Arthur 154 Angus, John 196 Annable. Richard 116 Anschuetz, Gertrude _ -131 Anslow, Richard 152 Antehi. Gloria 103 Anthony, James Antler, Alice Anton. Gloria Antonides, Gene 392 122 _ 92, 259 _._ 93 Antrobius Jean 108 A. Ph. A. 271 Aponte, Joseph 97, 280 Appel, Helen 139 Appel, John 253 Apple. Bailey 89 Appelman. Henry 116 Appleman. Robert 180 Appman. John 186, 264 Aquind, Rebecca .260 Arab Club . - 262 Arayasatra, Patiphat 261 Arbuckle Virginia 163 Arcila, Eduardo 97, 222, 392 Ardelean. Paul 392 Ardis, Mark _ 2% Ardussi. Wallace 112, 151 Arens, Frank 147 Arent, Toan 90, 393 Arent, Michael 110, 151 Arguelles, Angel -260 Argus, Gregoria 103, 143 At kin, Herbert 93, 273 Arkin, Julie 89. 142 Arment, Beverly _.143 Arms, Alan 87, 123, 392 Arms. John 136 Armstrong, Dave 208 Armstrong, Peter 188 Armstrong, Robert 88, 208 Armstrong, Susan 362 Arner, Wayne 116 Arnesen, Ingrid 165, 224 Arno, Robert 166 Arnold. Edward 204 Arnold, Florence 150 Arnold, Roberta 15; Arnold, Sally 90, 145 Arnold, Susan 165, 364 Arnovitz, Beverly 181 Aron, Stewart Arrington, Patricia - 165 Arron, Miriam Artiaga. Jesus Artiaga, Mariano 260 Artz, Dale 204, 393 Artz, John Arveson, Don Asadi Abdul 262 Ascher, Linda 108, 222 Ase, Katherine 393 Ash, Lois 108 Ash, Phyllis 393 Ashbaugh. Patricia _ 107 Ashby, Beverly 101 Asher, Terry Asmus, Richard _ 25 A S M E 1 ' 4 Assembly 226 A.S.T.E. 276 Aster, George 157, 360, 393 Asuncion, Jose Atherton, Harper Atherton. Susan - 146 Athletic Club _ _ 304 Atheltic Managers 360 Atkin. Richard 161. 393 Atkinson, Mrs. Florence .100 Atkinson, Julie 92, 393 Atkisson. Curtis .136, 393 Atwood, Caleb Aiwood, Mrs 156 Aughey, William _ 183 Augustine, Robertson ... 118, 393 Aupperle. Eric 136, 273, 302 Aurand, James 116, 124, 271 Aurelia, John ..105 Austermiller, Joan 94 Austin, Ellen _ -101 Austin, Grey 264 Austin, Henry Austin, Jack - 206 Austin, LuAnne 304 Austin, Richard - 110 Avallone Barbara 155, 393 Averill, Kenneth.... 208, 298, 393 Averill, Keith 393 Averill, Walter 189 Avery. Mary ._ Avis, Bruce 151 Awtry, Jeanne 117 Aye, Maung Ayers, David 209 Ayling, Sally _ 117 Azarpour, Manuchehr 198 Azhari. Abdul-Ghani _ 393 Aziz, Khalid 262, 269, 393 Baad, David 1 Baad. James Babcock, Donald Babcock. Dwight Babin, Raymond Bach. Brigitte Bach, Richard Bachelder. Glen Bachellor, Elaine Bachman, Carole Bachmann, Dick Bachmann, Roger Backlar. Barbara Bacon. Bruce 189, 2 Bader, Dr. Arno_ Bader, Sandra .- - Badertacher, Barbara Badger, Rebecca Badoud. Gary Badt. Marshall 1 Bady. Arthur ... Baehre. Barbara _ Baer, Fred Arnold, David -189, 393 168, 290, 307, 308, 3 Bagdade, Allen Bahr. Jean Baibak, George 1 Bailey, David Bailey, Douglas Bailey, Eldon Bailey. Harvey _ Bailey, Mrs. Jean Bailey, Joseph Bailey, Thomas I 1 Bailin. Richard 87, 2 Baird, Mary Baird, Sally Baity, John 169, 234, 235. 290, 2 Bakeman, James Baker, Carmela Baker. Dale Baker, Emily _. Baker, Gary Baker, Graechen Baker, Henry Baker, Jacob Baker. Toan Baker, Kathleen Baker, Lawrence Baker, Martha Baker, Mary Baker, Mary- Julia H Baker, Mrs. R.R Baker, Richard Baker, Robert A 2 Baker, Robert E 113, 2 Baker, Sharon 1 Bakker, Dewey Balanda, Mindaugas ..... Balanger, Paul Balas. Bonnie - Balas, Jackie Balcom, Kirk Balckatt, Charles Baldacci, Lou 148, 294, Baldoni. Paul Balduf , Carl - - : Baldwin, De Witt C Baldwin, James ..- Baldwin. Lorraine - Bale. Michael Balent, Andy Balgooyen, William Ball, Kenneth Ballard, Richard Balle, Frank Balling. Linda Ballinger. Craig Balogh, Richard Balzhiser, Dick 257, Bamber. George E Bancroft, Charles -..159,202, Bandler, Ann Bandler. Barbara Banga, Alnis Bankcroft, Charles Banninga, Hugh _ Banzhaf. Pete Baraf, Charles Barancik. Maurice Barber, Margorie Earclay, Donald Barden, James Barger, Frank Barger, James Barich, Judy Barie, Mike Bariya, Jayantilal Barker, Barbara . Barker. Sari Barker, Vernon Dale - Barlow, Marjorie. 92, Barlow, William Barnard, Donald - Barnard. Michael Barnard. William Barnes, Gordon Barnes, John Barnes, Judy Barnes. Nancy Barnes. Patricia Barnes, Roger Barnes, Yvonne _ Barnett, Neil Barnett, Rick Barnham. Lewis Barnhart, Charles Barnhart, Tom Barnhill, Charlene Barr, Bradford Barr, Norman Barr, Terry - Barrett, Barbara Barrett, Bruce Barrett, Frederick Barrett, John Barrett, Robert Barrett, William _ Karris, Elizabeth Barren. Barbara . Barron, Bernard Barron, Hal Barron, Jim . 168, Barron, Jerrold Barrone, Helen Barrow, Richard Barrows, John Barry, Tames Barth, Robert Bartha, Marsha Bartholomew, Nancy _ Bartlett, Ann Bartlett, Dexter . 95, Bartlett, Prof. H.H Bartlett, Judith Bartlett, Richard - Barton, Tim Barton. Mary Bartosik, Henry _ Barttam. Bernadine .. Baru, Elaine - Basch, Paul _ Basford, Mike Bashara, George Basketball I..- Basket, David Baskin, Geraldine Baskins, Patricia Bass. Dolf Bassichis. Ruth 108, 140 Bassin, Diane _ Bassler. Jerry ... Bateman, William Bates. Charles Bates, David Bates, James - 168, 291, Bates. Shirley Bauch, James Bauer, Arnold .._ Bauer, Carolyn Bauer, James Bauer. John H. Bauer, Mary 117, Batiknecht, John Baum, Sylvia Bauman, John Baumann, George Baumann. Stella Baumer, Ronald Baumgardt, Hans Baumgartner, Fred 105 _ 190 102 307 184 161 Ill - 174 168 .... 90 131 176 _ 249 294, 333 95 .._ 146 190 .... 161 394 99 98 ... 394 139, 394 301, 394 _ 260 - 164 203. 394 . 149 .175, 394 394 89 .... 89 .... 132 180 184 . . 333 105, 394 .... 394 . 131 111. 180 , 225. 301 .... 394 _ 270 .-205 337, 356 102, 286 307,. 356 .. 394 ..120, 123 _ 86 .. - 394 . 160, 394 . 286, 287 142, 224 394 -117 105, 394 ...96, 394 .92, 394 102 249 _ 118 ..151, 272 STATE SAVINGS BANK OF ANN ARBOR MAIN AND WASHINGTON STS. BRANCHES: Packard Stadium Blvd. Washtenaw Ave. Pittsfield Blvd. COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK SINCE 1893 Member Federal Reserve System Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ANN ARBOR BANK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and Federal Reserve System Complete Banking Service MAIX STREET at Huron STATE STREET OFFICE 330 State St. SOUTH UNIVERSITY OFFICE 1108 S. UNIVERSITY AVENUE PACKARD-BROCKMAX 1923 Packard St. WHITMORE LAKE OFFICE Whitmore Lake, Michigan Complete Trust Service Mortgage Loans Property Management Real Estate Service Ann Arbor Trust Company You can rent a Safety Deposit Box for as little as one cent a day MAIN AT HURON ANN ARBOR FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION ORGANIZED 1890 MEMBER: FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN INSURANCE CO. FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM 401 E. LIBERTY CORNER S. DIVISION E. LIBERTY 449 Baumgartner, Holla 118 Baumler, Pauline 266 Bautista, Aurora 260, 394 Bautista, Pascual 260 Baxendale, William 394 Baxter, John 302 Baxter, Richard 394 Baylis, Henry 110, 124, 179, 302, 233 Baylis, Shirley... 158, 222, 394, 297 Beach, Barbara Beach, Phil Beal, Marjorie_ Beallo, Judith.... Beals, Ted Beam, Bradley 146 149 - 103, 158 .103. 140 .264 ' , 267 Beard, Fred 7.. 276, 394 Beard. Willard 105 Bearss, Glen 307, 360, 394 Beattie, Charles 148 Beattie, David 97 Beatty, James 394 Beatty. Linda 268 Beauchamp, George 168 Beauchamp, Norman 110 Beaudoin, John 120, 271 Beaudry, Richard 87, 273 Beaupre, James H 286 Beaver, Fred _ 87 Bebeau, Bernard 86, 215 Bechard, Ross Francis 394 Beck, Geraldine 108 Beck, Jonathan 113 302 Beck, Marg 90 Beck, Norman 161, 394 Becker, Ann _ 91 Becker, Beverly 103 Becker. Bob 180 Becker, Edward _120 Becker, Eleanor 286, 107, 287, 288 Becker, Fred 286 Becker. Helaine _ 117, 394 Becker, Lynn _ 97 Becker, Marjorie 107 Beckley, Sam 235 Beckman, Bill 147 Bednarsh, Jeanette .117, 263 Bedsole Danny m 395 Beebe, Sue 175, 297. 395 Beeman, Marjorie 175 Beer, Sandra 7798, 181 Beerman. Burton _. 7 96 Beigler, Elissa _ 140 Beillmeier, Bill ]67 Beiser, Gerald _ 198 Beissel, James .._ _ _ 302 333 Beitinjaneh, Khalil 262 Belcher. Robert 166 Bell, Andrew .._ mi Bell, Arlen Dale.7 Bell, Douglas 97 Bell, Lu _ ZllS n e ' x Mar aret - -7-150, 395 " e . Nancy 89 145 Bell, Winston _ m Bellack, Philip _Z ]g s Bellas, Raymond 186 Belleville, Philip ]9 g Bellgraph, Gloria Ann I 395 Uellil, Francis .... 119 791 Belotte, Charles ... ' 280 Beiser, Martin ]7g Eelshaw, Janet 268 Belt, Mary . _jS 5 en j er ' Ivan _ 179; 267, 360 Bender, Thomas 177 Bendlin, Barbara... 103 150 Benedict, Milbry ... ' 35 Bengoechea Jowime _7 395 Bengtsson, Doris 107, 288 Benisek, George ' 205 Benjamin, Elizabeth 7l07 Benkovics, Shirley " 9] Benner, Dave _ 148. 215, 302 Benner, Janet ... _ 395 Benner, Thomas 292, 356 " 395 Benner, Robert .. 302 Bennett, Bruce " UK Bennett, Iris g | Bennett, Marie! 139, 2867304 Bennett, Mary Bennett, Nancy 7l50 395 Bennett, Richard .... ' 112 Bennis, Norma io Benoyitz, Gloria Bensinger, Herbert ... 87 Henson, Allen 113 vj-i Benson, Clark ' fi Benson, Ellen Leah ! 395 Benson, Ellie _ 162 Benson, James 199 395 Benson, Jerry igo ' v c Benson, Richard 97 Bentley, Miss Norma 360 Benton, Joseph _ Benya, Theodore ___ B " n . 206, 258; 266; 395 neran, Denis it? Berberian, Ara .... 395 Berberian, Balig j Berg, Dorothy Berg. James .... 41 Berg, Paul .... ,Sc Berg, Roger -777 Jol Bfr! M " " - " , 90 145 ' 222 ' 231 nergeon. Michael 90 Berger, Carol l Berger, Joel lif 244 w? Berger, Judith. 7 390 ' 395 Berger, Stan Berger, Thomas }oi Bergland, Bonnie Berglund, Tom .... j Bergman, Max 192 191 Bergner, Robert 179 ' lot Bergsma, Donald 200 395 Bergstein, Harriet ' 395 Bergstrom, Carl Z7l98 450 Berinstein, Bill _ 176 Berinstein, Harry 176 Berinstien, Mary 140, 395 Berkey, Johanna 98, 158 Berkowitz, Jo Anne 98 Berland, Doris 395 Berland Peter 113 Berlin, William 119 Berlin, Stanton 395 Berliner, Henry -180, 294 Berliner, Judith _ 103 Berkowitz, Jo Anne 89 Berman, Bernie 95 Berman, Charles 207 Berman, Sherwood _ 118, 159, 202, 395 Bernal, Rizalina 260 Bernard. William 178 Berner, Robert _ 149 Bcrnheim, Ann 98 Bernia, Melvin 269, 395 Bernreuter, Edward 93 Bernstein, Carol 112 Bernstein, Micheal 192 Bernstein, Richard 199 Bernstein, Stanley 185, 234, 235 Berritt. Harold Berry, Guy _ Berry, Jean Berry, John Berry, Lathrop Bersch. Blanche .. Bersch, Neil _ Bertling, Lee Bertoia. Richard ... Berwald, Herbert .108 .. 92 Besselink, Herman Beta Theta Pi Betsy Barbour Bettison. Judith Betts, Frank Betts, Joseph 102 Betts, Ted ... Betz, Karl Betz, Pete _ Beuthein, Sally Bevelheimer, Bruce Bevis, Linn Bewalda, Mary Bez, Bert Bhada, Rohinton 100 Bhakta, B. Bhattacharya, Mamata Bhengsri, Phuehong _ Bianchi. Joan-- Bibb, Harold _ Bice, Elaine _ Bickel, Barbara _ Bickert, Lillian Bickford, Priscilla Bicknell, John Bicknell, Joseph Biel, Kent Bierwat, LaVerne Bigelow. Barbara Biggs, Thomas Bissby. Duane _ Bilik, Jerry 286 Billes, Bruce Billow, Marvin Bilson, John Bimey, Jean ! Z1 Bindeman, John Binding, Jane Binetsky, Lois Bingham, Richard Binkley, Sylvia Bioigari, Betty Birdsall. Charles _ Birmingham. Mary 163 Birney, Grace Birney, Nancy Birtles, Ronald Bisbee, William Bissonette, Sandy Bither, Richard 7. Bitman, Kenneth Bitman, Sue Bittle, Jack _____ Bittner. Bonnie Bitzer, Edward Bitzer, John Bizer, Lawrence Biork, Frederick Black, Barbara Black, Donald Black. Gordon Black. 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Jim -.171 Deaver, Dann 187 DeBoer, David .._ _ _. 96 DeBona, Ronald 402 DeBauver, Ronald 188, 301 DeBruin, Carl ....155, 219, 229, 231 Debosky, Ross 110 DeBusschere, Donald 97 Decker, Joan _ 402 Decker, Joseph .... 95, 155 DeCook, Arlene 91 DeCook, Joseph 114 Decoster, Maurice 402 De Coyoca Jr., Gabriel ._ 260 Dedeor, Ambrose . 93 Deoring, Barbara 92 DeFeo, Gloria 142, 402 Deflorio, Antonette 103 DeForest, Anne 402 DeForest, Priscilla 402 DeGroot, Peter -.176 DeHaan, James . 204, 269, 403 DeHart, Lulu 145,220,403 DeHaven, Roger . 204 Deimel, Jon 189 Deitch, Marilyn 108, 181 Dejonge, Bud _ 205 de la Manardiere, Christian 132 Deland, James 169 Delaney, John 157 Delaney, Mike 294, 337 De La Paz. Ruben 260 Delene, Gerald 127 Delene, Jerome _ 96 Deloglos, Gust . 113 DeLong, Richard ..269, 276, 303 Dclosh, Robert 190 DeHann, James 303 DeMaago, Gerry 95 DeMallie, John _ 113 Demak, Morton - _. 199 Demarrais, Paul 154 Demiene, William 200,403 Demmler, Albert 403 Demorest, Jack 160 Denbraven, Donald 138 Deng, Roy _.... 138 Dengel, Daniel 271 Denial. Robert 403 Denison, George 302 Denison, Mary 403 Denman, John -.190, 273 Dennany, James 119 Dennany, Mary 403 Denson Robert 88 Dent, Thomas 114 Dentel, Glenn 105 Denton, John 102, 136 Denton, Sherwood 208 Depoy, Dean 286 DePres, David _ 274 Dernberber, Robert -.174 Derr, Jeanne 146 Derr, Patricia ..... 403 Derricotte, Eugene 102 Desai, Shivajirao 261, 273 DesAutels. Fletcher .._ 403 Desormier, Jerome 93 Despres, Andre 88 Despres, David 403 Despres, Thomas 276 deTar, Mary _ _ 156 Dettling, Betsey 103 Detweiler Harry 102 Deutcr. David 120 Deuvall, Jane 403 Devahastin Na Ayudhua, Pongparn ... .. _. 261 Dever, Tomas 95, 184 Devers, Melvin 189 DeVries, Allen 88 DeVries, Jack 180 Devyak, Joseph 93 Dew, Broch . . 114 Dewall, Jane 150 DeWeese, Dr. Marion 197 Dexter. Gregory 96 Dewitt, Marie _ 164 Deyoung, William 274 Dhajabongse, Boonma 261 Dharmgronoartama, Man! .. 261, 403 Dholakia, Dhananjay ...261,403 Diamond. Cynthia 92, 300 Diamond, Marjorie 304 Diamond, Shirlee ... 115, 127, 403 Diamond, William .... .. 266, 269, 275, 293 Diamonstein, Elaine 108 Dibble, E. T 403 DiCarlo, Samuel 403 Dickman, Mary 403 Dick, Richard 88 Dick Thomas 119 Dickerman, Mrs. M. B. . 86, 164 Dickey, James 105 Dickman, Mary 94 Dickson, Andy 119 Dickstein, Ivy 98 Didelius. Donald 97 DiDomenico, Ralph 105, 403 Diedrich, Duane - 99 Diehl, Dorothy 115,403 Dieterich, Barbara 94 Diethrich, Thomas 170 Dietrich, Janet 90,163 Dietrich, Mary _ 137 Dihn, Chau _ 186 Dila, Carl _ 95 Dill, Ronald 88 Dillman, Daniel 174 Dilworth, Donald 151 Dimaya, Natividad ...90,260 Dinger, Richard _ 403 Dingier, Mary 112 Dinius, Ann 153 Dipasupil. Petronila 260 Dirtlind. Hermes 121 Dirke, Charles 173 Dittmer, Christine 146,249 Ditz, Jon _ 97 Diver, Charles % Dividson, George 102 Dixner, Janet 109 Dixon, Charles 201 Dixon, John _ 161, 403 Dixon, Norwood 105 Dmock, Lorraine 403 Doane, Haven ._ 201 Dobbin, Edward 102 Dobey, Anthony 116 Dack, Lois 403 Dodd, Larry 118 Dodd, Richard .. -.118 Dodek, Samuel .192, 403 Dodenhoff, Theodore 184 Dodge, Donald 289 Dodge, Judith 107 Dodge, Marilyn 115 Dodge, Russell 120 Doerr, Anne _ 258, 271 Doggett, Janet 150 Doherty, Karol 98 Doherty, Susan 190, 163 Dohr, Marilyn 403 Doll, Delores .. _ 153,403 Dolliver, Virginia 153 Doman, Betty 146 Dombrowski, Robert 160, 291, 391, 403 Domenic, Maryanne 143 Domeny, Paul 403 Dominado, Pacita 260, 272 Domke, Elaine, 92 Donahue, Patrick 95 Donald, Henry _114 Doner, Paul 185, 403 Doney, William 161,403 Donkin, Thonias 105, 182 Donnan, Douglas 172 Donnelly, Charles 263 Donohue, James _ 111 Donohue, Joan 89 Donovan, John 198 Dooge, Lawrence - 138 Doolen, Richard 189, 403 Dooley, Geoffrey .... 180, 356, 403 Dooley. Perry 403 Doolittle, John 205, 403 Dorfman, Susan 103 Dormont. Paul _ 403 Dorr, Sally _. 10 Dorries, Charles 161, 403 Dorstewitz, Audrey . 117 Dossett, Robert 110 Doucette, Jack _ 205 Douglas, Bruce _ 270, 40) Douglas, Sonya 175 Douglis. Philip 185, 244 Dover, Alan 119 Dow, David 136 Dow, Patricia 163, 362 Dow, Peter _ 157, 235, 290, 295, 337, 356, 404 Dowd, Barbara 143 Downing, Edward ....182, 287, 302 Dowsett, Diane 107, 142 Drabnik, Tony _ 129 Drabkin, Leonard 404 Draheim, Edward ...206,258,271 Drake, Carol 404 Drake, Charles 138, 404 Drake, Donald 307,308 Drake, Eloise 102 Drake, John 95 Drake, Tudy 137 Drake, Patricia 225, 137 Drake, Paul 99, 180 Drake, William 118 Drebin, Allan _ 215 Dreibelbies, Nancy _ .... 301 Delta Chi .... 157 Delta Delta Delta 155 Delta Gamma .._ 156 Delta Kappa Epsllon 157 Delta Phi Epsilon 158 Delta Sigma Delta 201 Delta Sigma Phi 159 Delta Sigma Pi 202 Delta Tau Delta 160 Delta Upsilon 161 Drews, Dorothy 266 Drezner. Sheila _ 109 Driese, Edward 86 Driscoll, Jeanette ._ 117 Drollet, Larry 105 Drubkin, Lenard 176 Drucker, Herbert 404 Druker, Nancy 140. 404 Druids 291 Duane, Drake 93 DuBois, Tohn 95,205 Dubnow, Mort _.. 192 Dubpernell, Helen 401 Dudd, Toan 404 Duey, Phillip 284 Dudgeon, Donald 120 Duellman, Ann ... -404 Dufek, Donald 309 Duff, Donald _ - 160 Dufft, Frank .._ _.. 188 Duffy, William .404 Dufresne, Kenneth 110 Dugan, Bonnabelle 404 Duggan. Ralph _ ... 114, 206 D ikarski, Robert ... 86 Duke, Jaylee 146, 362 Dulude, Richard 118, 302 Dulude, Robert -. 118 Dumond, Caryl 175 Dunaief, Irving 185 Duncan, Diane 137 Duncan, James 97 Duncan, William _ 97 Dundas, Gerald 99 Dunlaf, Duane 136 Dunlap. Roger 271,302 Dunn, Barbara 164 Dunn, Georginia 163 Dunn, Jack _. 188 Dunn, Paul 132 Dunn, Robert 168 Dunn, Valerie . 142 Dunsky, Robert 119, 206 Dunton, Donald 114 Durance, Shirley .404 Durand, Robert 138 Durand, James 138, 269, 404 Durant, Carolyn _.. 92 Durant, Margaret _ 117 Durden, Mary 288 Durham, Robert 88, 157 to remember . . Edison will help you . Plan your kitchen Select your lamps Do the laundry easier One of these days, perhaps very soon, you ' ll be starting a home of your own. When that time comes, look to the trained young women in the Home Service Divi- sion at Detroit Edison. They can help you solve many of the homemaking problems that frequently puzzle a new bride. Without charge, they will answer your questions over the telephone . . . send booklets and folders ... or in some cases make a personal visit. In Detroit, telephone WOodward 2-2100. In other areas, call your nearest Edison Office. P.S. Mother might be interested in some of their answers right now. . y Plan a menu Plan a one-dish meal Preserve foods easier Plan party refreshments DETROIT ISDN 455 Durschlag, Debra 244, 300 Durst, Dorothy Duryee, Joan 108, 268 Duster, Alfreda Dusterwinkle, Sherwood 116 Dustman, Amelia _ Dutcher, Alice Dutcher, James _ 167, 404 Dutil, Hubert -404 Dutter, George 284, 285, 291 226 295 165 _ 208 90 Dwan, Mary . Dwan, Ralph Dwan, Mary Dwyer, John Dwyer, Mary Dydasco, Joe 88 Dygert, James 129, 244, 294 Dygert, Paul Dykema, Scot 116 Dvkstra, Elizabeth 91, 162,221,263 Dyll, James - 208 Dykstra. Gerald 204 Eaddy, Donald 144, 290, 333, 404 Eagleson. Rosalind - 108 Earhart, Patricia - 175 Early, Joanne - - 142 Early, Peter 114,280 Easley, James - 189 Eason, Harry - 205 East, James _ 97, 258, 404 Eastman, Roberta _ _ 404 East Quad Council 127 Eaton, Bruce - 95 Eaton, Crosby 404 Eaton, Emery 88 Eaton, Harriet 103 Eaton, John _- 208 Ebach, Faye Siersma _ 404 Eberhard, Wallace 244, 404 Ebert, James -114 Kbling, Gretchen 153,404 Ecbert, Carl 157 Eckcrman, Catherine _ 107, 153 Eckerman, William _. 147 Eckerrod, Jim 119 Eckert, Mary 155, 249, 288 Eckfeld, Florence ._ 364 Eckfield, Charles 1% Eckhard, Christa 91 Eckoff, Lawrence 113 Eckstein, Peter 111 Eckwall, Shirley _ 107,301,364 Ecloff , Monte _ 102 Economos, Tiana 156 Eder, Melvin ... 199 Edgar, David 199, 404 Edmonds, Elaine _ 245 Edmonson, Trenna _. 271 Ed. School Council 268 Edwards, Charlene 146 Edwards, Dave 154, 404 Edwards, Dora 91 Edwards, Lynne 142, 404 Edwards, Mohammed 100 Edwards, Reid 404 Edwards, Susan ... 108 Eewen, Robert 273 Effinger, Rob 170 Ege, James 95,404 Eggelston, Steve 148 Eggerling, Magdalen 108 Eggers, Robert 97 Eggert, Arthur 116 Eggleston, Kay 132 Egly, Robert 87 Egrin, Lee . 173 Ehle, Rockne 166 Ehni, Thomas 178 Ehrat, Helen _ 304 Eibling, John _ 266 Eikenbery, Terry 178 Eilers, Ralph _ 266 Eisenberg, Alan 244 Eisenberg, Allen _ 185 Eisenberg, Mickey 225 Eisenberg, Myrna 181 Eisenberg, Sarah _ 158 Eisenman, David 116 Eisman, Michael .. 100, 185 Ekstrom, Peter __ _ 93, 286 El-Bakri, Adnan 262 El-Dareer, Salah 262, 272 Elder, John , 120 Elderman, Ann _ 108 158 Eldred, Dale 169 Eliason, Marilyn _ 288 Eliason, Robert 286 Elin, Georgia _ 140 Eliot, Mary ..._ 156 Elison, George 100, 264, 280 Ellenbogen, Lawrence _. 102 Ellias, Marian _ 103 Elliot, William _178 Elliott, Elizabeth 156, 404 Elliott, Raymond _. 274 Ellis, Ann 153 Ellis, Carol ._. _155 Ellis, Duane Gerald 404 Ellis, Howard _.. 116 Ellis, James 113 Ellison, Donald 184 Ellwart, Lois 404 El-Moslimany, Mohammad 262 El-Samarrai, Salah 262, 404 Eisman, James 111 Elstradt, Charles 100 Eltringham, James _ 114 Elvidge, Paul 157 Elwell, Sumner _ 286, 287 Elwyn, Richard _ 205 Emanuelsen, John 124, 302 Emerick, Keith 404 Emerson, Theodore 177, 269 456 Emery, Charles Emery, Gordon Emery, John - Emery, Richard Emmons, Kathleen Enciso, Diego Endicott, David 113, Endres, Patricia Engel, Earl En gel. Sally Engel. Sally Engelbert, David Engelgau, Gary Engelke, Judith .._. Engineering Council Engler, Lois English, Mora England, Shelley Engman, Lewis Eiigstrom, Pauline Ensian Kpding. Gordon Eppinger. Robert Enright. Barbara Epstein, Burt - Epstein, Dave Epstein, Ruth Epstein, Sue Erfurt, John Erickson, Conroy Erickson, Helen Erickson, John Erickson, Kenneth Erickson, Lorraine Erickson, Marguerite .... Erlanger, John Ernst, Calvin _ Ernst, Maryjane Erskine, Erica Erskine, Ricky Erwin, Phylis Erwine, Richard Eschenburg, Ronald Esterer, Alice Estes, Gerald Estes, Nancy Eta Kappa Nu Etter. John Evagelista, Natividad - Evaldson, Rune Evan, Lvnn Evans, Carolyn Evans, David Evans, Elda _ Evans, Elizabeth __ 107, Evans, Harry Evans, Tames 93, Evans, John 270, Evans, Lynda Evans, Lynn Evans, Robert Evans, Roberta Evans Scholars .. 203 169 _.. 86 166 ..... 286 _ 404 127, 1% 404 178, 405 137, 405 405 - 118 _ 105 . 98, 162 _.275 .... 405 405, 362 165, 226 111, 302 . 92, 405 246 301, 405 ..._.. 258 109 176, 215 ...... 100 101 . 101 ....... 405 _ 405 91 113 204 .... 286 ... 288 93, 167 ..._ 178 121 139 - 221 139, 364 -138 102, 170 405 186 _ 90 . 269 188,236 260 .... 274 _ 102 - 304 105, 160 117 263, 405 _ 151 127, 269 274, 405 164, 405 258 _ 201 _ 90 129 240, 245 _ 93 86 . 165, 225 152, 302 152 Evans, Stewart 161, Evans, William Evans, William Everett, Allison __ Everett, Spaulding Ewart, Dale _ Ewend, Kurt Ewert, Alfred _ 182, 269, 273, 275, 405 Ewing, Betty 405 Ewing, Roberta 108 Exo, Warren 204 Faber, Judith 98 Fabian, Robert 271 Fagan, Salli - 156 Fagge, Ralph 171 Tabling, Waldo 405 Fainman, Curt 173 Fairbairn, Donald 159,202,405 Fairbairn, Joan 90 Fairbanks, Arthur 152 Falberg, Lorraine 140, 405 Falk, Beverly 181 Falk, Herbert 187 Falk, Stuart _ 199 Falkenstein, George . 271 Fanger, Gene 405 Faris, Joseph 262 Farkas, John 280 Farley, Pamela 165 Farrar, Margaret 146 Farrell, Nancy 164 Farris, Ardith ... 405 Fason, Helen 268 Fauck, Arlene 98 Faulhabcr, Richard 172 Fauli, Larry 180 Fawcett, James 99 Fay, John _ 166 Fay, Mary 162 Fear, Ralph 95 Fear, Robert 110, 154 Feder, Mrs. Delia 181 Fedor, Gerald 187 Fegan, Thomas 154, 333 Fehlberg, Joanne 304 Feingold, Jocelyn 106, 222 Feingold, Winifred 107 Feinstein, Herbert 185 Feinstein, William 258 Feldman, Barton 206 Feldman, Francine 115 Feldman, Isabel 140 Feldman, Joan 158 Feldman, Phyllis 103 Feldstein, Rosemarie 98 Feldstein, Sandy 98 Felisky, Timothy 187 Fenner, Jane _ 108, 139 Fennig, Lois .... 107, 240, 246, 259 Fensch, Frederick 111 Fenton, James 182 Ferguson, Edgar 182, 274, Ferguson, Gordon ...284, 285, Ferguson, Robert 182, Fergusson, Malcolm Fcrnamberg, Sally 145, 298, 304, Fernando, Antonio Ferraro, Dominic Ferrell, Gene Ferrell, Lynette Ferrell, Nancy _. Ferrelli, Mark Ferrington, Kenneth Ferrington, Richard Ferris, Carol Ferris, John Fessell, Bonnie Petting, Hans _ Feurtile, David _.. Fey, Alberte 184, 269, 292, 295, 303, Fiber, LuAnn _ Fiegel, Nancy Field, Barbara 91, Fierstine, Richard Fifo, Frank Filch, Donald _____ Fildew, Janet 163, Fildew, John ___ ___ Filgas, James . Fillinger, Janice Filonela, Madamba _ Filsinger, Gary Filter, Ruth Fine, Ched Fine, Marty Fjneman, Arlene Fingerle, Brian _ Fink, Richard 151, Fink, Dorothy . 92, Finkbeiner, Warren Finkel, George _ Finkleman, Gwynne _ 181, Finlayson, James _ Finley, Robert ...._ 100, Finney, Douglas Finnic, Gordon Firestone, Harold Firestone, Nathan Fischer, William Fischer, Carol ...131, 299, Fischer, Elizabeth 288, Fischer, Eugene Fischer, Patrick 136, Fischer, Barbara ... 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David __ 86, Floyd, Barry Flucke, Marcia Flynn, Albert Flynn, Julie Flynn, Mike Flynn, Thomas _ 200, Fodel, Katherine Fogg, Ka Lun . 96, Folberg, Lorraine Fomin, George Fonteine, Louise 150, 301, Football Foote, Carol 107, 299, Forbes, Daniel Forbes. Patricia - _ Ford, Carol 150, 224, Ford, Frank 405 Foster, Bradford 99 294 Foster, Mary 90 405 Foster, Paul _ 110 118 Fotiou, Constance 89 Foulek, Bruce 100 405 Fountanesi, Robert 113 260 Fouts, William 116 405 Fowler, Faith - 98 - 93 Fowler, Forest _ 302 108 Fowler, Gloria .... 117, 263 .103 Fowler, Harold .406 166 Fowler, Jane 139, 245, 301 405 Fowler, Kendall 189 208 Fowler, Richard 111 405 Fowler, Robert 406 111 Fowler, William 209 108 Fox, William -197 123 Fox, James 307 ... 93 Fox, Jeri 175, 229, 406 Fox, Mary _ 406 Fox, Susan __ 107, 153 Fox, William 135 Foy, John 187 Fradkin, Janet _105 Fragnoli, Donald 201 Fralick, Elizabeth 90 Francis, Marilyn 107 Franck, Donald 93 Francoeur, Donald 87 Frank, Charlotte _ 117 Frank, Hazel - 220, 226, 227 Frank, Jerry ... __ 99 Frank, Martin 96, 173 Frank, Phyllis 155,406 Frank, Thomas _. 88 Frankenfield. Judy _ 117, 137 Franklin, Ann 406 Franklin, Betty _ 150 Franklin, Bruce 116 Franklin, Clifford 198,406 Franklin, Judith 146, 276 Franklin, Smith 102 Franson, Ivan 97 Franti, Charles 193, 406 Franz, Mr. Norman 276 Franz, Harold -...182, 266, 406 Franzblau, Beverly 406- Franzblau, Carl 141 Fraser, Diane 107 Fraunthal. Kay 153,406 Frayne, David _ 193 Frazier, Frank 269,406 Fredrichs, Romance 117 Fredrick, Roger 86. Freed, Harvey - 192 Freedman, Irving 199 Freedland, Herbert 102 Freeman, Michael 114 Freier, Joan 143 " Fremlin, Robert _ 406 French, Alice _... 105, 406 French Club 263 French, Thomas 154 French. William 114 Frey, Barbara 156. Frey, Carol 130 Frey, Robert 406 Freyermuth, William .... 159, 202 Fricke, Phyllis _ _ 406- Fricker, Sue _ 155, 286, 287, 298, 406 Friebolin. Carol -115 Fricdlander, Cecile 91 Friedman, Arthur 192, 249 Friedman, Audrey Friedman, Carol 140- Friedman, Elaine 288, 406 Friedman, Gilbert -302 Friedman, James 168 Friedman, Tames 119 " Friedman, Larry 185,406 Friedman, Susan 108 Friedman. 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Goebel, James 407 Goebel, Jerry ... 168, 229, 307, 356 Goebel, Margaret 139 Goebel, Sharon _ 407 Goedgen, Robert 184, 407 Goehner, Ruth Goering, John 407 Goering, Herman - 161 Goes, Marianne _ 91, 164 Goering, William 201 Goethe, Roy 205, 296, 407 Goetz, Helen 163, 407 Gogulski, Jan - - 188 Gold, Jacqueline __ 103, 158, 249 Goldberg, Alan 141 Goldberg, Carl 200 Goldberg, Gerald 105, 176, 273, 280 Goldberg, Howard 173 Goldberg, Ivan 176 Goldberg, Lois 108 Goldberg, Marc 120 Goldberg, Mary 181,408 Goldberg, Michael 111 Goldberg, Paula 408 Goldberg, Ralph 113 Goldberg, Susan 259 Golden, Myra 91 Golden, Sandy 100 Goldman, Avery 302 Goldman, Bram - 408 Goldman, Dorothy 240, 245 Goldman, Eleanor 117 Goldman, Janice 143 Goldman, Martin 185 Goldman, Naomi -103, 158, 249 Goldsberry, William 408 Goldshine, Carol - 89, 140 Goldsmith, Bruce 161 Goldsmith, Donald 161 Goldsmith, Theodore _ -.302 Goldsmith, Walter 179, 337 Goldstein, David 141 Goldstein, Diane - 98 Goldstien, Gail -140 Goldstein, Judith _ 109 Goldstein, Milton - 179, 245 Goldstein, Pete 119 Goldstein, Rochelle _ 91 Goldstein, Sherwin 141, 258, 271, 408 Golf 354 Golonska, Dee _ 249 Columbia, Arthur _ 179 Gomberg 95 Golumbia, Daone 408 Gomba, Ella 260 Gomez, Arthur _ 205 Gomez, Rudecindo 105 Gonda, Anna 300 Gonzales, Alma _ 260 Gonzalez - Baquero 272 Gonzalez, Editha 260 Good, Donald 167 Good, Richard 167,235,295 Goode, Conrad 199 Goode, David 199 Goode, Jason _ 199 Goodman, Bernard 176, 302 Goodman, Linda 108 Goodman, Paul - 95,185,302 Goodman, Richard 408 Goodrich, Daniel 114 Goodrich, John 177 408 Goodwin, Ralph 198 408 Grodnick, Natalie ...115, 181,225 Gooel, Richard 102 Googasian, George _..110 Groff Robert 182 Groffsky, Paul 179, 290, 333, 409 96 408 Grooms, Karen 109, 233 280 291,408 139 301 408 Grossman, Geoffrey 179, 199 Groscup, Corrine 175 Gross Roy 409 Gordon, Barbara ... -.. Gorden, Stewart Gross Sharon - 409 Gordon, Frederick Gordon, Keith Gordon, Marvin 179 .149, 408 ... 207 140, 408 110, 192 Grothwohl, Casper 360 Grove, George 167, 302 Grove Thomas 198, 409 110 Gruber Paul 157 105 Gorree, Frederick 161, 408 112 Gruenfeld, Martin _ -409 181, 408 93 Grunawalt, Margaret 409 Grundy, Shirley - 115 Grunwald, Gerhard - 120 Grupe Dave 167, 285 Goudsmit, Esther 92, 408 Gougeon, Thomas - 102, 167, 215 185 Gouldthorpe, William - 184 131, 408 105 272, 408 155, 408 ... 155 Gubbins Roberta 164, 362 Goutsourakis, Gus Govindaras, Buddha Grabill, Lois - Guck Peter 174 Gudemann, Fran ..98,259,409 269 Graessley, William Graf Philip :- 95 119, 408 . 214 Guerrero, Severe . r.iMp-.i Fl-iine - 92,409 87 Graham! Donald - -276 Graham, Kenneth 119, 123 Grnham Ralph 408 Gulla, Melecio 140 Grandhois, Mary Grane, Mary 175 153 95 r iinn Tharles 148, 2 1 " nun T ee 184, 337 Gupta, Rajeshwar - 8ura!nic I k C He a nry I. 207, m Granigan, Alden _ Granito, Nora .... 201 - 408 .... 102 Gurwin :,Hanleyk,240,244,409 159, 202 291, 408 138, 408 -114 Gustation, Shirley .. WJ Gutchess, Walter _ 116, 272 Gutowsky. Otto 184, 337 193 192 ruv " Robert H9, 409 164, 408 ... 169 ..- 175 nv ' Carol 108, 165 Grathwohl, Casper _ Guy, Paul . - 95 93 wynn, jac 113 H 100, 124 ..... 108 294 264 Gray, Jovanne Gray, Pete 188 Greek Sarah 408 Haarer, Nancy Sallv - 150, 409 Gregory, Frank Green, Beverly ... Green, Charlie Green, David 286, 169 288, 408 100, 168 287, 408 181 Hachmuth. Henry _ Hacker Sally I 4 r 1 v 206 Hackett, Carole - Hackett, John Haddad, George - Green, Henry ... 408 _ 408 Green, Milton 207, 2%, 408 116 99 98, 264 181, 408 259, 408 141 -.176 96 ... 170 95, 408 .... 409 199 93 Green, William Greenberg, Alice Greenberg, Elizabeth ... Greenberg, Florence Greenberger, Robert _.. Greenblatt, Leon Greene House ... , .... Greene, William Haertel, Richard -I ffnpr Fdith -164 Hage n n, r Barbara7. ...288,409 Hage, Joann .. Hagen, David . - 285 Hagenbuch, Rodney 105 Greene, Gayle Greene, Jerome Haggerty, Alvm .... 189, 274 147 Hague Mary 90,165 93 P t " ' 1 1 409 263 Haines! Jr., John 409 Halt Elizabeth 145 199 409 Haken, Richard - 97 Halbrook, Eugene _ Halby William 409 102 409 C Tl 87 Hale jack 123 Gregory, ' Duke - 249 Gregory, Jean 409 Gregory Ralph 114 Hale! Jim - 276 FOURTEEN ' - MICHIGAN- Hale Mrs Mildred 87 201 409 Hall Betty 145 209 Hall ' Charles - 409 Greiger, Donald Greimel, Marie 276 121, 409 409 Hall! 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John 116,411 ....111 Hauch, John 180 192 Hause, Robert - 286 269 Hauser, Stephen .... 170,285,411 118,147 Hauser, Thomas 99 . 95, 410 Hausler, Richard 188, 302 295,410 Hauss, Emily 92 91 Hauss, Frances 92, 411 .102 Havermale, Nancy 162,259,411 94 Havinga. Nicholas - 114 201 Hawes, Claudette 143, 411 92 Hawkins, Mary 143 143 Hawkins, Patricia - 94 287, 364 Hawkins, Virgil 411 151 Hawthorne, Eugene 184 410 Hawthorne, Mrs. Ruth... 98 146 Hay, Peter _ 99,302 107 Hay, Walter 411 .... .. 410 Haydanek, William 273.411 92, 410 Hayden House 97 151,410 Hayden, J. R 260 174 Hayd en, Sarah .... 224 410 Hayes, Douglas 214 - 143 Hayes, Jerry 213 173, 286 Hayes, John 88 176 Hayman, Richard 138 162 Haynes, Al 167 Haynes, Donna - 266 337 Haynes. Frank 118 102 Haynes, Russell - 148 356,410 Hayohan. Barbara _ 117 197,410 Hays, Jerry - _ 411 266,274 Hays, Paul - 95 92, 410 Hayward, Ruth .... 139, 224, 301 147 Hay wood, Calvin _ 160 Hazara, Deleet 261 188 Hazelett, Joseph 151 Hazlett. James 97 107 Head, Donald 167 86 Head, Emerson ....... 286, 287, 302 109 Head. Stanley _ 114,167 164, 410 Heald, John -160 88 Heald Ruth 91 168 Heath, Ann _ .80,411 150 Heath, Glenda 109 143 Heath, John 161 146 Heath, " Margaret 92, 364 410 Heath, William 95,169.249 165, 224 Hecht, Barbara ........105, 181, 245 107,364 Hecht David 102,136 107,410 Heck, Edward 149 145, 410 Hecke, Sandra 90 169, 285 Hectorians 295 182 Hedburg, James 116 150 Hedetniemi, Charles 100 % Hedges, Herbert _ 183 110 Hedrich, David 86 208 Heeney, Jeree 411 137 Heetderks, Dewey 204 Heft, Priscilla 92 Hegeman, Garnet -116 273, 303 Hegstrom, John 190 196 Heihreder, Ann - 156 364,410 Heidbreder, Margaret 411 130, 304 Heiden, Joan 90 _ 174 Heider, Barbara ... 410 146, 229, 297, 411 95,410 Heiderer, Conrad - 271 ...-.410 Heidgen, Jack 302 410 Heidgen, John 183 203,2% Heier, James 174,286 .... 410 Heilpern, Steve 185 120 Heim, Roslyn 91 170 Hein, William ... 188,285 ....264 Heind, Gerald 129 98 Heindel, Paul 411 410 Heirman, Margaret _ 101 137 Heist, Carleton -.110, 193 90,156 Hclel, Samah 105 105,189 Heider, Louis ..- - 205 197 Helen Newberry 107 183 Helfenbein, Ruth 139 96 Helfman, Esther 121 86, 192 Helleen, Robert 269 90, 162 Hellenberg, Tames _ 184, 411 185,294 Heller. Camilla 92,288,299,411 173 Heller, Clifford 199,411 . 95 Heller, Norman . 116 270,274 Helliwell, Noreen 92,268 192 Hellthaler, Mary 165, 410 92, 245, 301, 362 354, 356 Hellwarth, George 118 269,273,285,303,411 168,240 Hellyer, John 193 .... 410 Helmer, Richard 302 162,410 Helms, William -110 167 Helmus, Christian 204, 296 163 Helvey, Donald 411 118 Helzberg, Barnet _ _ 192 113 Hemenger, Thomas 154 148 Hendershott. Marcus 114 118 Henderson House -131 184 Henderson, Robert 168, 214, 411 - 120 Hendricks. Thomas 294, 307, 356 160 Hendry, Mary ...._ _ 115 88 Henkel, Helen 258,271 117 Henrich. George ... 166, 215, 236 - 118 Henry, David 119, 274 165, 410 Henry, Kim 145 - - 169 Henry, Leland 100 117 Henry, Nancy 145 Henry, Sharon _ 146 290, 410 Henshaw, Wandalie 92, 259 203 Henson, James 178 148, 410 Hentschel, Barbara 107 89 Hepner, Joel 173 160 Herald, Caroline 411 156 Herbert, Rozanne 411 157, 337 Herceg, Robert 116 139, 410 Herkenhoff. Nancy 162 130 Herkimer, Carl .... . 116 .117, 153 Herman, William 287 .152, 410 Herman, Lee . .._ 92 -.411 Hermelin, David 185 288 Hermelin. Henrietta 259, 411 - 160 Hermes, Dietlind 411 91 Hernandez, Guillermo - 159, 202 172 Herr, Ronald ... 411 Herrera, Guillermo 105 Herrera, Sylvia _ 117, 263 Herrera, William 138 Herrick, Roxanne 92 Kerrman, Patricia 89 Herrnstein, William 88 Hershberg, David 176 Hershey, Carol - .-137, 411 Hershey, David 168 Herschman, Jay 411 Hertel, Frederick _ _ 170 Herzfeld, Robert 192, 411 Heslip, Keith 161 Hess, Ann _ Hess, George 129 Hesselgrave, William 95 Hestevold, Byron 97 Hetherington, Corkey 160 Hetherington, Susan -142, 364 Heuchert, Charles _ 100, 266 Heupel, Edith _ 115 Heusel, Richard 167,285 Hewitt, Diana 299,411 Hewitt, Donna 142 Hexter, Barbara 140 Heyner, Frederick 88 Heystek, Ann - 107,299,411 Heyt, Esther ..163 Hibbard, Emerson - 136, 183, 235, 269, 295, 360 Hibbard. Tom 149,411 Hickey. Edward .-...291, 307, 308 Hickey, Janette - 162, 268 Hickman, George ....411 Hickman. John 136 Hicks, Dale 171 Hicks, Irwin -119, 189 Hicks, Nancy 411 Hicks, Rosemary .... Higbee, Jane - 162 Higgins, David - 411 Higgins, Michael ... Highlands, Marcia 165 Highstreet, Bruce 93 Hilburger, Albert .... Hildebrand, Grant _ - 96 Hiler, Linda 150, 411 Hill, William 180 Hill, David 307 Hill, Donna - 250, 251 Hill, Douglas 187,412 Hill. George 289 Hill, Jerry 152 Hill, Philip 119,271 Hill, Richard 307 Hill. Steve 176 Hill, William ... 144,412 Hillard, Victor 136 Hillel 267 Hillernian. Neal 136 Hilliard, Mary - 150, 412 Hillig, Joyce - 266 Hillman. Barbara .... 92,299,412 Hillman. Carol - 121 Hilsabeck, George .-.274,412 Hilton, Constance ...163, 298, 412 Himes. Gretchen 249 Himmelhoch, Martha 108 Hinomoto, Hirohide _ Hinrichs, Dorothy 132 Hindley, Frederick 285 Hindricks, Carl - 189 Hine, Edward 201 Hing. Ng 412 Hinkle, Russell 114 Hirsch, Carl 178 Hlnsdale Hiraga, Mickey 412 Hirsch, Sally 226 Hirschman, Janice - 181 Hirschman, Stuart 360,412 Hirt, Tony 119 Hirtzel, John - - -129 Hiss, Barbara - 108, 163 Hiss, Richard 148, 286 Hiss, Roland - 205 Hitchcock, Gilbert 289 Hitchcock, John 93 Hnatczuk, Wsewolod 113 Hoaglin, George 129,302 Hobart, Cynthia 164 Hobbs, Gary 412 Hochman, Rita 103 Hock. Kenneth 201 Hocking, Charles 114, 412 Hockstad. Howard 412 Hockstad, Terry 180 Hockstad. Ray 160 Hodge, William -116, 269 Hodges, John 151 Hodgman, Richard 203 Hodgman, John 169 Hodgman. James _ 169 Hoek, Richard _ -..287 Hoekstra, George 296 Hoenecke, Lois 412 Hoexter, Robert 285 Hoffines, William 177 Hoffman, Robert ._ 192, 293 Hoffman, Donna 162, 297, 412 Hoffman, Gerhard 151 Hoffman, John 170 Hoffman, Justine 137 Hoffman, Sandy 108 Hoffman, Tony 110 Hofman, Dale 118 88 __ 204 ..164,304 114 149 ..161,412 155 .113 Hofmaster, Gary Hofstra, John Hofstra, Judith Hogan, James Hogen, James Hohwart, Frederick Holben, Jane Hoi brook, Jack Holbrook, Ronald 118 Holbrook, Susan 142, 301 Holcombe, Gene : 154 Holden, Douglas 114, 149 Holden, Max 149 Holderness, Alan . 170, 302 Holland, Niles 412 Holland, Russell 233 Hollar, Barbara 142 Hollar, Edward _ 201 Holler, Carolyn 268 Holley, Carol 139, 412 Hollis, James 286 Holloway, Robert ._ 97, 250, 251, 412 Hollwarth, George 161 Hollway, Robert _. 309 Holmberg, Joan 142 Holmquist, Judy ._ 268 Holt, Robert _ 99 Holtgrieve, Martin 88 Holton, James 160 Holtrey, Carolyn ._ 412 Holtz, Janet 155 Holtz, Sylvia - Homeister, Gene 197 Homeister, Nancy Hondorp, Barbara 412 Honess, Arlene 130 Honkala, Donald 100 Hooker, Jane 107 Hooper, Eleanor 137, 226 Hooper, Gregory 168,412 Hooper, Joseph 214 Hoos, John 160 Hoover, Jack -- 276 Hoover, Mary - 145 Hope, Mary - 115 Hoover, Robert _ - 197 Horacek, Larry - 271 Horn, Theodore 182 Hornhurg, Donval - 116, 266, 272 Hornby, Nancy 107 Home, Roy _ 119, 412 Horowitz, Allen . 185 Horowitz. Herschel 199 Horwitz, Frederick 207 Horwitz, Jack _ 185, 244 Hosshines, William - 102 Hitchkiss, Thomas -168 Hotham, Carol Houchens, George 120 Houck, Lawrence 360, 155 Houck, Marilyn 89, 146 Houie, Anita 137 House, Robert 205 Housmann, William 138 Houston, Dale 102 Houaves-Fourcade, Sylvere 116 Hovie, Robert - 97,167 Howard, Harvey - - 412 Howard, ' Jane 143,244 Howard, Howard 286 Howard, Russell 197, 208, 412 Howe, Judith - 92 Howe, June - _ 288, 412 Howe, Nancy 92 Howe. Nelson - 105, 123, 249 Howell, Glen .._. 191, 264, 269. 412 Howell, James 151 Howell, Lynn 208 Howell, Nancy 175 Howes, Nancy 145, 412 Hewlett, Joan _ 162 Hoy, Robert 172, 412 Hoydic, Robert 184, 412 Hoyle, Wallis 86 Hoyt, Mary 143 Hoyt, Nancy - 103 Hsie, Emily _ 258, 271, 412 Hsu, Henry - 412 Hsu, Kathleen 412 Hubacker, Earl 412 Hubard, James 286 Hubbard, Peggy 137, 229, 230 Hubbard, Sheila _- 92, 412 Huhbel. 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PHILADELPHIA 5, PA. 461 Husain, Muhammad 262 Hussey, Patricia _ 145 Husted, William _ - 170 Hutchins, Chuck 151 Hutchison, Robert 157, 413 Huthwaite, David 413 Huttenga, Gwendolyn _ 106, 150 Huttenlocher, James ..-178,413 Huttenlocher, Richard 178 Hyams, Joan 140 Kyde, Gordon _ 203 Hyde, John 263, 413 Hyman, Joan _ 140, 220, 222, 297, 304, 413 Hyoo, Kim 129 Hypes, Robert 413 Interhouse Council 232 Her, Janet 164 lacobucci, Ida _ 413 Institute of Aeronautical Sciences 271 Ignagni, Rinaldo 113 Ilgenfritz, Robert 245, 269, 275, 293 Imber, Marvin 413 India Student Association 261 Ingold, John 203 Ingram, Nancy 413 Ingwell, Barbara 165 Ingwersen, Richard 177 Inoue, Wilfred _ 206, 413 Inter Coop Council 132 International Club 272 Intriligator, Diane 181 Irvin, Charles 177,413 Irvine, Edward _. 263 Irwin, Charles _ _ 289 Irwin, Hampton 413 Irwin, Jean 394 Irwin, Willard 413 Isaacs, Jack 141 Isaacson, Jean 131,362,413 Isada, Nelson 260 Isay, Maureen 98 Isbister, James 110 Isbitts, Rita 413 Isely, Thomas 168 Isenberg, Edward 302 Ishibashi, Eleanor _ 413 Ishida, Dick 95 Ismaili, Jaffar __262 Ison, John 208 Israel, Harry 192 Israel, Ruth Ivanick, John Iwasko, Harry lye, Tomoaki Izenson, Fred Izumi, Yoshie ablonski, Donald .. ach, Nancy ack, Russell ackowski, Gerald acks, Bernard _ _. ackson, Charles ackson, Connie ..181, ackson, Doyne ackson, Joan ackson, Larry ackson, Marilyn ackson, Richard ackson, Sarah Sue acobacci, Linda _ acobs, Dr. Herman acobs, Gordon acobs, Jack acobs, Tames 1 acobs, John Jacobsen, Michael Jacobson, Bruce Jacobson, Marc : Jacobson, Michael acobus, Phillip : acques, Darrell acquet, Nancy aeger. Carol affa, Marlene ... 181, 229, ; affe, Melvin ager, Lee ..._ L; ahsman, David ,.. alava, Ebba alii, Ahmad Jalon, Clare _ ' _ Jame, Harvey James, Alice 165,220,224,; James, Ann _ James, Carol James, David !H_Z James, Nancy ] James, Sara Jamgochian, Michael _ ] Jamison, Helen Janich, Sonja _ Jankowsky. Joseph Janowski, Donald _ Jansma, Paul Januszka, Henry Jaquette, Nancy Jardinico, Robert Jasinski, Richard Jaworski, Barbara Jayne, George . Jafferis, Joe ] Jehle, Charles .._ Jelin, Steve 214, 237 2 .274 ..413 -413 148 -.103, 143 -.154, 286 -93, 208 413 Jennis, Judie ...................... 226, 227 Jensen, I ' a 1 r ________________ 167 Jenson, Nels __________________________ 138 Jenson, William ....................... 280 Jensen, William ______ ......... 114 Jerhoeven, Judith .................... 117 Jerkins, Joseph ._ ......................... 118 Jerneycic, Dorothy ---- ..... 115 Jerome, Larry ...... _ ........ ______ 161 Jetter, Ann ................ _________ 90, 146 Jeu, Chung ___________________ ..... _ 269 Jewell, Emily ........................... -145 Jewell, Janet ............... _ ....... _ ...... 175 Tcwett, Robert ......... ____ ........... 208 Jingozian, Mary -------- ...... 91 Jiongo, Edward .......... _______ ....... 99 Joachim, Jane __________________ 165 Jock, Margaret _______________ 117 Joffe, Libby _________ ...... _ 181, 414 John, Theo ........................ ___ ..... 145 Johnson, Ann ............... ........ 103 Johnson, William ............ 149, 249 Tchnson, Bradley _______ ..... _____ 95 Johnson, Cliff - ...... ________________ 116 Johnson, David ......... ____ ...... - 116 Johnson, Donald ....... 118, 183, 414 Johnson, Donna _________ ...... _____ 117 Johnson, Eleanor ......... ___ ......... 162 J Kafka, Betty Kagay, John _ Kai Lim, Kian Kahan, Donald Kahl, Dorothy Kahn, Barbara Kahn, Richard _ 165, 221 184 260 176, 414 - _.103 415 Kelly, John Kelly, Lawrence . 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Kelsey, Bill Kelsey, Charles Johnson, Ernestine 364 , Johnson, Gail ................... _ ......... 268 Johnson, Gloria ___________ .......... 103 Johnson, Harold ....................... 188 Johnson, Harold ........................ 291 Johnson, Harvey --------------- 97 Johnson, Helen ........... ........... 414 Johnson, Howard ............. _ ..... 177 Johnson, Hugh ..... _ ....... _ 110, 414 Johnson, Jacqueline .......... ..... 107 Johnson, James .............. ___________ 97 Johnson, Jeremy ..................... -114 Johnson, Jorene ................ _ ..... 108 Johnson, Kenneth ................ 160 Johnson, Kerry ................ 116, 167 Johnson, Lester ________ ......... 88 Tohnson, Linnea ___________ ... 92 Johnson, Martha ... 112, 266, 414 Johnson, Maynard _____ ............. 276 Johnson, Melvin ____ ................. 178 Johnson, Robert ________ ............ 414 Johnson, Robert ___________________ 86 Johnson, Robert ____________________ 200 Johnson, Robert ._ ......... _ ......... 414 Johnson, Roberta ............ _ ....... -139 Johnson, Ruth ___________ ......... 108 Tohnson, Stanley ......... __ .......... 95 Johnson, Thomas ______ ......... 119 . ohnson, Vernon _____________________ 414 ohnson, William .. .................. 105 ; ohnston, Clifford __________ ....... 168 Johnston, Frank ................ .414 Johnston, Tames ____ ....... -205,414 ohnston, Kenneth .... ....... 187, 414 Johnston, Frank ____________ ..... . 114 Johnston, Joseph ....... _ ....... 87, 165 Johnston, Nancy ... ........... -139, 224 Johnston, Patricia ............ 107, 164 Johnston, Robert ........ ____ 203 Joint Judiciary ........ ________ .......... 257 Jokela. Allan .............................. 414 Jolls, Thomas ...... _________ ...... _.. 95 Jones, Al ................. 144 Tones, Burwell 290,337,356,414 Tones, Carol _ .................... _ 98, 143 Jones, Charles ........ ________ 88, 127 Jones, Donald .......... .......... .... 276 Jones, Elaine ....... _________ ...... 414 Tones, Elizabeth ................ 103,414 .Tones, Ellen .............. _________ 140 Jones, George . .._ ....... _ ........ 86,215 Tones, Harry ..... _ ........ _ ...... 295 Tones, Helen ........................ 103, 137 Jones, Hobart ......... ______________ 148 Tones, John ........................ _________ 414 Jones, Julie ......... _______ 164 Tones, Philip ...................... 154 Jones, Marilee ..... ...... 94, 299, 414 Jones, Martha _______________ ...... 414 Jones, Mary ...... 107, 142, 153, 221 Tones, Reese ...... _ _ 197 Tones, Richard 138, 193, 276. 303 .Tones, Robert ... 113, 114, 178, 244 Jones, Shirley ................. ________ 98 Jones, Thomas ............... ____ 114 Joneson, Kingsley ........... 276,414 Tordan, Dan ____ ..... _______ 28 Jordan Hall ..................... __... " -. 101 Jordan, Kay ............. ______ . 117 Tordan, Thomas .............. 206, 414 Tordon, Carl _ ..... __________ ]]6 .Torgenson, Grete ............. 145,414 .Torgenson, Lee ________ no .Torgenson. Thomas 168, 294, 333 .Tory, Marilyn ______________ 263 Jose. Jose ._ ..... __ 260 Tosehart. Harold 256, 267, 414 Joseph, Barry _________ ........ 176 Joseph, Lee __________________ _... 263 Joseph, Myra ........ _________________ 158 Joseph, Thomas _________ 148 .Toslin, Burr ._ .......... _120, 159, 202 Tossem. Rick ._ ..... _______ _ 100 Joyce, David ......... _.97, 273, 414 Tudson, Joyce .................... 163, 414 Tuliao, Gelmch _ .............. ______ ..... 99 Tung. Charles ........ _ ....... _ ...... 168 Justice, Abby .......... ____ 150 Justus, Drayton _____________ _ 286 Justus, Judith ___________ 286 Jenecke, Jerry Jenkins, John 154, ; Jenkins, P. E Jennings, Charles Jennings, Edward _ ' , Kabaken, Richard .... Kabcenell. Robert Kadens, Michael Kadri, Joan Kaeppel, Suzanne Kaercher, Gerald _ 192 Kahn, Elinor 112, 263 Kahn, Ivan 415 Kaiser, Carole 266 Kaiser, Richard 274, 285 Kakli, Sulaiman 262 Kale, Steve 169 Kalnins, Arturs - 303, 415 Kalt, Allan ..110, 179 Kaltenbach, Medora _ 415 Kamen, Mary 117 Kamhout, Carl 148 Kamiii, Donald 114 Kaminsky, Bernard _. 415 Kaminsk, Charles 192 Kammeraad, Lloyd 205, 415 Kampner, Carol _ 98 Kampner, Stanley .176 Kanai, Koji 201 Kandarian, Albert 106 Kane, Betty _ _... 94 Kane, Gary 173 Kane, Mary _ 143 Kangas, Arthur 116,126,415 Kangas, Claudia _ 94, 415 Kanitz, James 87 Ka nitz, Nancy 90 Kanner, Richard _141 Kanous, Nathan 171,415 Kansaki, Frances 415 Kantner, Rhea 267, 415 Kapetansky, Audrey .- 257, 299, 415 Kapetansky, Fred 207,267 Kapke, Walter _ 93 Kaplan, David 244 Kaplan, Joel 192,415 Kaplan, Lila 105 Kaplan, Robert 185 Kaplan, Susan 117 . 151, 415 168, 208, 415 -102 95 289 Kelsey, John 95, 415 Kaplinsky, Joan 158 261 163 164 165 287 _ 124, 285 414 192 121 139 274, 414 Kapoor, Rajendre Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Delta Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappa Kappa Psi Kappa Phi _ _ _ 268 Kappa Sigma 166 Karaba, Carl 114 Karabelnick, Joan 415 Karamat, Saida _. 262 Karamizrak, Turker . - 272, 415 Karay, Nick _ 180 Karch, Joanne 140, 221 Karcheviski, Robert 120,253 Kardel, Hans _ ..... 88 Karimoto, Mickey ....131,289,415 Karkut, Joseph ., 209 Karl, Leo _. 415 Karoly, Andy 285 Karp, Laura 181 Karp, Robert 415 Karpanty, Ronald 110, 184 Karston, Donald _ 187 Karsch, Gretchen _ 107 Karsh, Jo _ 220 Karzen, Herb 192, 215 Kaser, Nancy ._ . .. 150 Kass, Sharon 106, 158 Katchke, Robert _ _ 96 Katlein, Stanley 207 Katsock, Joan ... ... 130, 264, 265 Katz, Mrs. Donald 268 Katz, Gary _ 114 Katz, Marvin 302 Katz, Nina 158, 268 Katz, Peter - 415 Katz, Sylvia ... 98 Katzenmeyer, Albert 460 Katzenmeyer, Bert _ 354 Katzenmeyer, Harry 88 Katzin. Joel HI Katzman, Harold 207 Katzman, Ruth 89 Kauchoukas. Nick 180 Kauffman, Carol - 259 Kauffman, Erie 415 Kaufman, Jay .185 Kaufman, Merrill 179, 213, 293, 303 Kaufman, Theodor 415 Kaui, Kenneth _ ... .. 200 Kaul, Andv ..160,290,356,415 Kaulfuss. Beate _ 142 Kauper. Th omas _ 287, 302 Kawewaga. Koh 119 Kay, Donald _ 95 Kay, Elizabeth 90 Kaye, Louise 164 Kaye, Shirley 90 Kearful, James 186 Keckonen, Sandra 288 Keefer, George 116, 258 Keen, Cliff 309 Keep. Marcia _ 162 Keevil, Robert _.. _ 171 Keidan, Fred -.415 Keimor, Maureen 91 Keithley. Margaret 415 Keitzer, Ford 205 Keivit, Marilyn 286 Kellman, Fred .415 Kellawav, Jay 191 Keller, Lawrence _. . 97 Kelley, Kathleen 103 Kellogg. Irene 143, 224 Kelly, DeLoy 415 Kelly, Donald -.172,201,415 Kelly, Eugene _ 187 Kelly, George - 271 Kelly, Gordon .. 95, 271 Kelly, Jack 110 Kelton, William _ _ 269 Kemble, Jocelyn 415 Kemp, Joyce 142 Kempe, Margie 156 Kenaga, Ray 308 Kendall, Richard 88, 269, 415 Kendzior, Chester 191 Kennedy, David 390, 415 Kennedy, Don 148 Kennedy, Fronda 117 Kennedy, Hugh 102, 263 Kennedy, John 203 Kennedy, Stanley 287 Kennedy, Warren _ 114 Kenney, Carol 288, 299, 415 Kenny, David 1% Kent, Alice _ 164 Kent, Jill 145 Kent, Robert .... 129 Kent, William 415 Kenvin, Margery 415 Kepler, Keith _ 113, 172 Keppy, James 105 Karapetian, Karl _ 286 Kerastas, Paul 116, 247 Kerlikowske, Mary Ann . . 153, 416 Kermath, James - 208 Kerns, Robert 259 Kerr, Edwin _ 205 Kerr, Marilyn 416 Kerry, Robert 203 Kersten, Lawrence 111,266 Kert, Leslie 102 Kervin, Margery _ 153 Kerwin, Bette 94 Kessel, David _ 253 Kessler, Gerald 302 Ketchum, Thaddeus 184 Ketteman, Richard _ 102 Kettenstock, Edward - 198 Keudel, Kurt 88 Keyport, Dianne 137, 416 Keywell, Gail 117 Keywell, Shelby -.108 Khanorker, Bhaskar 273 Khanzada, Ayub 262 Khoury, Vera . 103, 175 Khoury, Tawfiq . 257,290,416 Kidston, Brian 97 Kidston, Roger 96 Kiegler, Joan 416 Kiekema, Mrs. Leona 92 Kiel, Norman 93,276 Kienzlen, Ann 90 Kiesel, Margaret 117 Kierdorf, Mary 143 Kiessel, Alfred 205 Kihen, Elaine 155, 416 Kihm, John 205 Kikuchi. 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Lance 180,423 Minore, Marianna 423 Miotti, Clarice _107 Misar, Kenneth .. . 138, 285 Mishel, David 119 Misheloff, Ruth 250, 251 Mishelow, Lois ..140,222 468 Miske, Philip 424 Missner, Roy 173 Mitchell, Barbara 108 Mitchell, Robert 352 Mitchell, Carol 424 Mitchell, Evridick 424 Mitchell, Jack 97 Mitchell, Lawrence 184 Mitchell, Phillip 168 Mitchell, Sue 143 Mitchell, William 302 Mitnick, Carole 117 Mixer, Robert 88 Miyamoto, Joyce 424 Moebs, William - 100 Moehler, Carolyn 223 Mohler, John -286 Moehlman, Herman 141, 424 Moeller, Carolyn _ 142, 268 Moeller, William 16, 215 Moffatt, Joyce 163 Mogul, Suzanne ....- 158, 301 Moholy-Nagy, Hattula 424 Mohr, Dale - 269 Mohrig, Jerry .... 99, 127, 215, 302 Moline, Richard 110, 424 Molot, Mark - ... 192 Molyneaux, Marcie 137, 364 Monaghan, John 180 Monaghan, Mary 424 Monardo, Robert 184 Monkoski, Mary 115, 227, 243, 299, 424 Monrembu, Krisnamurthy ...261 Monroe, Leon 111 Monroe, Robert _ _ 178, 182 Monroe, Stephen 157 Montague, Harry 200 Montgomery, Michael 182, 240, 247, 424 Monticello, Jerry 113 Montooth, Marilyn 266 Mooney, Eileen 145 Mooney, Janet 91,424 Mooney, Katherine 107, 145, 304, 424 Mooney, Patricia 175 Moore, Robert 357 Moore, Carol _ 130 Moore, David - 87 Moore, Eugene 182 Moore, Frank 168 Moore, Gordon 138 Moore, Grace 364 Moore, James 286,287 Moore, John 166, 302 Moore, Joseph 166, 183, 424 Moore, Ken .. 152 Moore, William 424 Morang, Margaret 137 Mor avec, Henry 87 Morcom, Thomas _ 116 Morden, Robert 193 Moreland, Margaret 145, 362 Moreland, Peggy _ _ 364 Morelewski, Joseph .95,271,424 Morello, Samuel 200 Morgan, Carol 98 Morgan, Cynthia _. 163 Morgan, James ._ 424 Morgan, Richard .... 167, 176, 424 Morgan, Ron 352 Mo-genson, Tom 352 Moritz, John _ 138 Morley, Dean 88, 424 Morningstar, Gershom ....100, 258 Morosky, James 118 Merrill, Robert 174 Morris, Audrey 92, 424 Morris, James 93 Morris, Marcia 139 Morris, Marilyn 143 Morrison, James .198 Morrison, Martha 424 Morrissey, Dale 120 Morrissey, William 424 Morrow, Anne 117, 142, 145, 424 Morrow, Gordon - 180 Morrow, John _ _ 294, 307 Morrow, Louise 94 Morse, Dan 99 Morse, Gary 182 Morse, Lois 98 Morse, William 161,424 Mortar Board . .. 297 Morton, Charles 148, 276 Morton, Clarissa _ 92 Morton, Lawrence 111 Morton, Myrna _ 98 Morton, Patricia 108, 145 Morton, Richard 159, 202 Morton, Stuart 424 Moseler, Louise 286 Moser, Joyce 424 Moses, Henry 95 Mosher Hall 106 Mosher, William 113, 178 Mosier, Harold 424 Mosier, Marilyn 153, 424 Mosier, Mickey 304 Moskowitz, Carole 158 Moss, Richard -179, 249 Mossner, Ruth 117 Most, Carl _ 114 Mosteller, Henry .. 269, 254, 255, 424 Moudry, Carol _ _ 98, 146 Moule, John .. . 160, 291, 256, 424 Moulthrop, Guy 301,424 Moulthrop, Timmins 152, 292 Moutsatson, Irene 103 Mowrey, Diane 424 Moxley, Lou Ann 91, 265 Moy, Leland 96, 273, 424 Mu Phi Epsilon _ 288 Muehlenbeck, Harvey E. 424 Mueller, Dorcas 266, 424 Mueller, Gerhard ... .... 129 Mueller, Louise _ 266 Mueller, Robert 424 Mueller, Therese 286 Mueller, Willys 118,123 Muellich, George 424 Muir, Elizabeth - 150 Muir, William 102 Mukhtar, Sami __ 425 Mulcahy, Mary 92, 425 Mulsono, S. P - 272,425 Mull, Eddie ..... Mullaney, James 208 Mulleiiix. Darrill 102 Mullins. Mary . 145, 425 Mullins, Virginia - 304 Mumford, Jean _ 263, 425 Mumma, Albert 276 Mundinger, Paul 129 Munitz. Gerald - - 425 Munk, Melvin Munn, John _ 292 Munro, Dugald 95, 149 Muranaka. Joan Murbach. Andrew _ 177 Murbach, Edwin _ - 111 Murbach, Jane 156, 425 Murch, Allan --. 131 Murdoch, Charles 114, 154 Muriby, Rasheed 262, 272 Murphy, William 352 Murphy, Carol - 156 Murphy, John 337 Murphy, Kathryn 425 Murphy, Lois ... 175 Murphy. Michael 93 Murphy. Nancy 139 Murphy, Paul 160 Murphy, Robert . _ 425 Murphy. Robert 86 Murray. Brownson 102, 249, 302 Murray, Charles _ 201 Murray, Doug -.169 Murray, Elliot 116 Murray, Fredrick 116 Murray, Joseph Murray, Joyce 146 Murry, Richard - 168 Murwin. Donald 118 Muschenheim, Arthur 200 Musikabhumma. Samniang 261 Musselman, Glen .... .. 186 Mussin, Virginia - 107 Mustard, Ann 156 Mustard Russell 177 Mrowka. Eugene 88 Myers, Dorot-hy 242,297,425 Myers, Ernest 171 Myers, Gene 190 Myers, Janet 117 Myers, Tohn - 97 Myers, Kurt _ 187 Myers, Mike 276 Myers, Robert 110 Myers, Salley 103, 146 Myhre. John 200 Myint U, Tin 120 179 N Nachman, Richard Nadar, Daniel Nadkar. Vinayak Nafe. Donald Nagel, Jeanne Nagel, Richard Nagel, Dr. Samuel Nagel, Ernest Nahabetian, Homer Nahea, Mathilda Nahra, Mathilda Nahrgang, Vernon Naijar. William Nakfoob. Naman Napier, Helen Naragon, Richard Narcy, John Narkacrows, Arunee Naruaez, Alcides Nasr, Raja Nasse, George Nathanson. Milton Naugle, Ted Naumen, Walt Nauts, Douglas Navaratana, Prasert Navarre, Jerry ... Navarrette, Armando 97, Naylor, Ann Naylor, Joseph Naylor, Peter Neal, Jack - Neary, Janet Neault. Roget Neaves, Robert Nederlander, Robert 192, Neely. Ann Neff, Charles Neflf, Greg . --. Neff, Patricia _ Neft. 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Dietlind .............. 153 Nixon, John ...................... 97, 426 Noah, Melvin .... ........................ 205 Noffsinger, Patricia - .............. 286 Noh, Joyce ............ - ............... --- 426 Nokes, George ............................ 119 Nolan, Loyd ....................... Nolen, Tane --------- .......... ---------- 175 Nolen. Mary ..... _______ 175, 222, 229 Nolen, Ruth ..................... 175, 426 Nolinberg, Jack ....... - ..... 198,426 Nominelli, Robert .... ........ 201,426 Nonas, Richard ... ......... Nungester, Nancy ----- ....... 175 Noonan, Patrick ------- ............. 87 Norberg, Carl ........................ 180 Norden, Emmett ...... ....... Nordgren. Harold ............... 302 Nordgren, Ronald .......... Nordoff. 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Sue ............ 89, 139, 249 Nowak, Thomas _ Npwlen, Russell ................. ---- 96 Nu Sigma Nu ........ .......... .. - 203 Nyberg, Ida . ........ .288,299,426 Nyberg, Richard ............. 136, 426 Nyenhuis, Roger ............. 271,426 Nylander, Kathryn ............. _. 268 Nyren, Mary ........... ... 180 Nyunt, Ngwe ............................ _. 280 Oam, James 99 O ' Brian. Patrick 93 O ' Brien, Catherine -426 O ' Brien, David Ill O ' Brien, Dorothy 107, 142 O ' Brien, Tanet -107 O ' Brien. Rupert 114 Odell. Eugene 120,426 Oechsle. Ronald ... 119 Ogden, Joseph 114 O ' Hara. Geraldine 364 Ohorl, Makoto 97 Ohrenbcrger, John 110, 271 Oiala, Dorothy _ 137 O ' Keefe, Thomas 168, 337 fashion conscious coeds shop at. . . ANN ARBOR covers on the 1955 fHICHMSIflfl produced by . . . The S. K. Smith Company Chicago 18, Illinois JOS. SCHflfER COIHPflfiy 7313 Mack Avenue PAINTERS DECORATORS Walnut 1-3760 JtffRESS-Di BUILDERS 469 Okihiro, Michael Okuii, Lawrence . 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George 99 Work, Bruce 188, 301 Workman. Peter 99 Worline, Robert 120 Wormley, Tanet 444 Worrell. Shirley -- ...-137 Wortinger, Gwen 107 Woschitz, Robert 95, 444 Worniak. Robert 170 Wozniak. Teanette 103.146 Wragg, Peter 152.444 Wren. G il - 155,444 Wrieht, William 88 Wright, Dana 103, 362 Wrieht. Elaine , 286 Wright, Terry 97 Wright. Marjorie ... 121,444 Wright, Nancy 145,220,221.300 Wright Patricia ... 112. 165 Wright. Peter 198 Wright Wilbur 132,444 Wrona, Tohn _ 180 Wrona. Robert 129 VVuerthner. Theodore .... 258, 446 Wulfman. David 196 Wulfsohn. Peter 173 Wurster. Tinet 268 Wunderlich. Norms 266,276 Wvbrecl ' t. Theophile - . Ill Wyche, Marjorie 90, 299. 304, 444 Wyler. Margie 137 Vyle. Nancy - 142 Wylie, Donald 444 Wvlie, Winifred . - 444 Wylie, John .... 180 Wyllie, D lmae 444 Wyman, Morris 114, 159, 202. 444 Wynne. Arthur 180, 289, 444 Wysocki. Carolyn 107,444 Wvtonick, Dallas 110 Wyvern 300 Vakouac. Frank ... 87 Vampolsky. Robert Ill Yandell. 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