University of Missouri at Kansas City - Kangaroo Yearbook (Kansas City, MO)

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C01 77712, I .Xp .. ,W Xiam- ' X,-, "' I f We would be . . . . . . doing nicely . , , UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY THE edbahbn IO EARL JAMES MCGRATH Who from his first public address as President of the University of Kansas City became the champion of a more vigorous student life on this campus Who established the first Office of the Dean of Students here Who inaugurated new academic programs which have attracted students in such numbers that the enrollment of the University is assured Who restored the confidence not only of this community, but first, of the students themselves, in their University And Who, beginning with the building of a new dormitory, set in motion a ten-million-dollar Development Program, which will bring to this campus a new Student Union Building to mark a new era here in student life To Prerident McGrath, in appreciation and with respect, This 1956 Kangaroo is dedicated. , V : ' ' NA aj nicely . . . NSAS CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO v if- ...ifwef'9ad,.. ...mzckrand... . . . Jmckr of it. 5 th pathways X UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY 1 I 1 Q1 U Ron Chr: THE f r I E I .EQ- . 4' The final path taken toward graduation in June is a short walk compared to the many hours spent in fulfilling the requirements for this ultimate goalg but a bright one lined with the proud faces of parents and sweethearts. Every passerby leaves footprints-some only as footprints in the snow to be forgotten, but many are deep and lasting in the University's memories. UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY -I B. , wg, '11 it THE f v N, . xxx v f L , .f ,- ,lNJ", f.Xl"' ,V xxx ' ' - V , , -fy - .1 Xi if . Q l h 1 4 H 'N if Cr' 1 'A X 1',.yx .x - , S. A - sf Q - .' 1 'Af Q ' - 5 B 4, , I I ' ,ivy 'Tr '- 'x 1'-ff R rw I-,. '-.1 wp ,f ,f:!f-?',,.43 ,,,,' 13 fl' 1 ,za 'Zi -of A ,, , 1 .. ,, J ,tg un. . M.. ,, 'QQ 2' + ' 'vm ff ,, X 'Q ,,, F 7-1.4 cis x ,K ,, 59 9, 41, ,f4Xe,,'LM 2 5 - 'ff f M , Q 'QQ ,Qi 'Q Xl' J Qs. 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Baumgardfs Botanical Bonanza . . . Of mice and men . . . "Some- thing for mosquito bites on sun burn, over poison ivy" . . . A pill roller's paradise is in Pharmacy Building. ,aff Y T12 .-1 .42 i J ,--8 H--il 4 - l -5 ......--1, ...-'v""1"""' iyf ' x -il 1 'i ii jiri flfglfil " ki -H ,,,.. I V,-Amana-.Qu ll , s 4 4 f i l . . i I . 2 l si ill it-ill Fi ii? lla ll, 3 Z!! N lb ,amy .. .M 1 AMW W -1--0 V-A 1 Y S i 4 - ,fum-f-,,,M f. - i wwf, -W- g m.,,f,.-a f V 1 i 1 5 2 1 3 I I f ' I i ,fmowh ' f i Q 1 1 i l 1 Q i,l""!"'i' H . X 1 ' , f irl H WF-4-im, 2 --M-.-.....,.. mud: , lf, fwwmwmvwwnqfwpavgvtv-w l .....-........u 5 . Q62 i X Neva- Why fight it-it's bigger than the both of us . . . Anybody got a class III foil? . . . "Alright, Gentlemen" . . . Throw a flap . . . The home of . . this, that and the other-et cetera, et cetera, and so-on- clown the line . . at the Dental School, , ,ff S, iq A . - ff? Men of peculiar extraction. BM, 5' 3 -'ith "' -IKM p 34' mlltwh ,,,,. 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Nelson Gallery tours . . . Exhibits . . . Choir rehearsals . . . Tenors Horne of foundations l10 and 120, the Fine Arts Buzldmg. music was snoring" Tim rf .x gi? I l in +512 f 4 Q j. NX F' UN1vERs1TY OF KANSAS CU HE 15 W AQ hwgi' . 5 aff, ,,,c',5,gf i 'f , J' ,via W ..a77wm6' fm.J'i- fm .NXXQTN X X. . N kxkxk K 1 ,,,. , ,QI IEE! Wig M my gn ffm Ffh sal! ,gg ill! If Yi-fl I i i . ffaweh-A S my f', , wr M H4 i ,, ,aww Madness, mirth, melodrama, and makeup . . . Juliet in jeans . . . Scenery with a worse case of the jitters than the cast . . . Enunciate . . . Success . . . Fingernails going down, curtain going up in the Plfzybozue, Minerals, meringues, math . . . Mara- thon labs . . . The mural . . . No nude is a good nude . . . Friday night Frat meetings . . . Informal lectures . . Rock around the clock . . Where aloe! equal 3 C2ab+6c-Zdj, the Geology-Phyyicf Building. Bunsen burners and band-aids . . . A chemistry major? . . . Thermonuclear bombs come in three sizes: small, medium, and wberek everybody . . . Last minute drawings . . . Stone's little frogs . . . Five o'clock labs in the Cbemiftry-Biology Building. L w Vi. -'F l ,- sh, J' 4. rf 1 ,, U .- 5 lv S ta A - 1 n-be .411 Bo THE 'Em' In ' ,,', ,, ,,, ,,,N,,.-nn.. . 1 4' " lb Campbell Cbrinixon N. li-N I 4 ..-.4--,,,a-p--4-. J" J"" V' 7' t!f" I' ,F F, 5,13 vw.-4:.f..., l . ' Y ' , xr , an , 'UE if wi' ii ' . - ---- V V "' ' ,A , V PQ,-f'1Ir:.f5'f' Q .H WNY ' L , is K 2, X PA X ' i x if I ,5".l P I i f 1 A I "-if' 1 -An.A4.p.A.4. . A is .X X L w ww -, 'asv' .Q-s.,, . ,, Q --QM-nf K il Y, if I I7 N 3 x N N t y':Lffl ' H afNi3 -.., t i ,S X Ai, -fig ps 'K .wt A - ,rr Bppifk fp xi, si3wp..f'if' .,gi3-5551? Q X , f. . if i .x P- Q 'X t 1. Q . , - 5-i4fl4Pfj,f',,f. X , , yy by p ,qi .:2?'-fff':..,QnQ X, f-- " . Tx 2, 7 ic! .f K Wa. p , I' A si . . ..x.X., ,..,.,. Q . ..., fl . el x wi? I i lg N . ,r, J E., A :fs Y' i XN.. if p c 'fr Fld, . sv It af! 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Time flying by like hours on a parking meter, the Library. 5 ff 9 f 1 Q , Q 4 THE 1956 KANGAROO ul: 6, f , 1 , aff! fl . wa, fhmhs. -M , K' it' llllll 19 4 ...gym NX- 'Ny ffm.-. 1,4 45.5,:.--,N,.........,....,...A..-.11 -1----:-:I-:mg1-1-y45,qL2:-.31-rf'ji-:111v--i-ji:??2:4-rn fe-iff'-v-large ' ' -r-1' 'W 1,71-ii"A"2 'iin ' A" ' 41-"' Q Q i U G ww -x xr , - xi af H , Q 'ut 2: Q ' 'W , 44' AP: , Q- X 446 X -.'..,.y-,,.,.-...gg,,.,...Q--fag-....' ' f- .......... .fm-0 I-121141-'+"A'A'ff+ M'-' ww X .,-..quuY- ,sr 'Y --gr:-' I 1 f 1 4 , ,fav 1, w K ff' H f 4 -K 3,7 f Q my. k 'wx , we M W-it .. V fm AL"-. I , 'H 1 if sa, ,A M, IDENT UNHDN Brubeck, hriclge, beans . . . Hardening of the traffic arteries at high noon . . . Nico- tine and noise . . . nickel coke machine that gohhles dimes . . . K'Sid' '... The omi- nous clock in the Roost. Left get the game rtarteaf. Therek alwayr next year'J ferier. Yah! Well eat it anyway! . . . toon to be replaced antique. , AIP? 1 F ,f,.,, . 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BEALS, JR., Chairman of the Board Mr. Sigmund Stern, Vice-Cbuirrnun Cdecedfedl Mr. William B. Henderson Mr. A. R. Jones Mr. Willard Breidenthal Mr. William J. Brace Mr. Arthur Mag Mr. R. B. Hewitt Mr. Edward. W. Tanner Mr. Paul D. Bartlett Mr. Robert Bokelman Mr. Lester Siegel Mr. W. E. Bixby Mr. Taylor Abernathy Mr. George L. Gordon Mr. Henry C. Haskell Miss Ruth Austin Hall Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Dr. Noi Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. W. T. Grant, Kdeceufedj Joyce C. Hall Bert L. Hupp, Former bodrd rnernber James M. Kemper Myron Ellison Earl James McGrath in picture Jesse Andrews Robert B. Caldwell Horace Kimbrell Elmer Pierson C. Y. Thomas Dale M. Thompson Charles E. Whittaker the University of From the earliest beginnings of Kansas City, the Board of Trustees has been composed of the industrial, commercial, and professional leaders of Greater Kansas City, persons who have steadfastly believed that a great university is vital to the life of any modern American city. Under the vigorous direction of Mr. David T. Beals, jr., Chairman, the Board of Trustees has moved forward with an extensive construction program of develop- ITICHF. ITY THE 1956 KANGARoo A -'. , vQx,,....,...,,....-,. . ,.,. .... ,..,,, , . V , I - - 1 I . . 2 ,Z 1 1 Y V Y H ,Y H 7.7 W , , Y , ,WWV-V Y -V Y W N- Y--v.Y--,...,.. Y -9, . CITY 'ce-presid nt of the uni ersit DR. RICHARD M. DRAKE came to the Uni- versity in july as vice-president in charge of aca- demic and faculty affairs. He co-ordinates all mat- ters concerning curriculum and faculty personnel not only with the seven Schools and Divisions of the University but as they may involve the com- munity. His quiet, efficient, and friendly manner is well known to the students as well as the Deans, department chairmen, and individual faculty mem- bers who take their special and routine problems to him. The students take great pride in Dr. Drake and congratulate him on his first year of service to the University of Kansas City. f R 'l' ,Q , Sify. . fdlfiff -t THE l956 KANGAROO lv Ron Cbfljllj f, f' l 4 ? fa y, E 1 aff R 1? Zaf f ' 3 X f X f 1 wtf 'f R af . ax 2, a ' A, , ' f- 2 ., "N-'fjYf"l 7 A V ,, 5,',2,5:ZH 4' Z 'H U 127 . W ' A " 24 ra Q, ff , W :Q Q-f A ,ff,X,Z,,2aq f ,ZA4 k.,a.y, , I , X ,M X f5,1'avm 'Ia fe, ff' Xa Q ,Y w ,,y5f.3x,a? Q5,f,xf4,S-gag, , M ' ,.", fb' aH13rn Wi' RICHARD F. AXEN regiytrar SADAYUKE "SUDS" MOURI barfar R x fflif "7 :Ui vaaamaa , viva 1-..' 1 :S ,.,j af--gxglqlk .,..,Q.,,,x, R "Kev 1: ' ff' Mnyiflffi 559: 1 . 'xx 36" vw',af. .C 5. 1, vf .M +1 . .vw , 4, .f f. .Q---Nkvf. -9 -S' ff' ff. -5452 54 KSN '1' f wwf dmini trator st MX aaa 'G K' , f N A ' , iw W' V54 I , , HUBERT R. BREUNINGER bafineyf manager -d""'M , 1 mtg , f, ,' af--fm JAMES JOURAS pzzblzc relatzom ,V H ,X V af.: . as f , 4 7 ffl 61 , QAWX G , ., , ,haf 6 X U a ha o af 4: 'V , 4 Z f a , a fc' X Z Xa W jffi Mi' w SE Thefe 5 life, hi. homing aided 5 student ersonnel se r v i I3 e S There fervicer are concewzefl with the Jlucienff Jocial life, fair perfonal and vocafioazal cozmfelivzg, health, boating, and fzazancial affix. Every rfzzalevzr haf been aided by one or more of Ifyere vital campzzf Jertzficer. DR. S. WHEADON BLOCH as Dean of Szadentr co-ordinates this entire group of Personnel Services for students in all schools of the Uni- versity. Although he deals with many critical problems, his tactfulness and consideration have made him Well known throughout campus circles. a ,4ff',ff X X 4 1- ,ef a eg ,e . ,1 ky, 4,4, A aygfgfg' 1 r ag., ,, V, . X .75 ' 5'-5 in w,,,, R 5. ,. ,mt if ll V ff , ew 'ns-.,., Numa, V I ,4j i ,XQQI gm cc. X, c wi X tl sr.i X XX N 4 my F N ,, if 15: X . .S Zi-J il 1 , c. X-Q X iQ . 5 K 55 ly! , sig. 3 iigil . , , in - r tis cs i Nessie i K S Xsssfsgxsi 5 s I iff , W. S X NXRRSX i V jiri ' i e ,, 4' 1, i ez, f f 1 a , X g. f Af mg .. L isw sl 1- fumes yawn, X I MRS. CHRISTINE HOGIN as Di- rector of Szfaalem' Actiififief counsels with all student organizations and administers rules, regulations and governing policies. Many students with problems or achievements have found her to have an understanding, warm and friendly personality. 31 L XZ fi, em . I ,, ,M ,f,, , f 1 4, M , r,,H,,V,4 , f X 505, , , f f, ',', , , 71,132 '!2""ZfyQ'QGix+',lrf " . 1, - '42fV5,Wlf, .,,:, .... ,, 1ea12sfg:.z:5?4wg , -GX.: wfkwsw :ma Y ' N23 'izgiiisrafeqimiiizzi-xv f st M'1:i1EE1r:?ZW Wi, ' ,Sf lWi""a'Tb,. w ...... A . Q ,f K X Vx" 3 x , . ff As -Q A 4 K , H13-X ,W jg, U6 1 , wx M K ,XX UH1 x ,v , x Q 4 , M 1 1 , rw, Xxx S4 , YZ 4 W r 4 5 , 1f,,A M 1' X, f wwf S-1 wr wf x 5 X Q1 kk ex X X xi f 1 M X X 1 , X , X ix x my ROBERT NEMESCHY director 0 cozzmeling Jervice X Q, ff W a e ' X 5 Mer. yy M! ,, Q 7, f '4 V he SARAH WEATHERLY director of Aciminioru JOANN LAUGHLIN pfychometrift WILLIAM LAAS admifxiom coumelor A. H. MONSEES admisfiom coumelor s I a .,p sy' .iz , tkffifi ."'-X4 NNW-J 1 H., f X. X, e A sg. Poor f .. 45 '. Vg gffgwgfmllw L l, W-i f Q .V YW ,v we 5, 1733.355 uw2eff,+f?'w 2421 , Zffifxfiefw w.:fa-M22 re? JNL I , Q' ' . X-' 1Qv:rL'?5Li eq 2, -'41 az" 116 .wr aft, He WZ THE ' Vx 1 1 .mi fu ,, 4 "1 4 , , V, w I 1 4 I e i , 6 , 1 , , Q 1 I 1 w , Y 1 I , Y -A Y M , , 1 E Y l' ,qv- th school -Rs KATuo 4 1 .4 CN e i fu ,i V QN- W A lz l"" l iff. 'ff-'Z ' '--.g, .1 5 'Fx' ,vi 3 Y-H. ii S ah fl. X- . ., A Fir f ild L' N ' N' S , . C U , L i 7 1 -1... X, - " 'M ' '95 1 -, X N, it 1 V, , 4' u , ' - . C, li' Ei' 1 Y . 1 " K 1'-I' : l I Tulil' ' -Q. ' ,f xiii fl fi' 1 - . ' l . 4 5312? X l '- 'ser' 1 36 The University is made up of five schools. Founded in 1933, the College of Llheral Arty provided the core for the University. The addi- tion ofthe School of Law in 1938, the School of Dehlimfy in 1941, the School of Pharmacy in 1943, the School of Bmineyr in 1955, and the School of Eclacatlon in 1954 produced a curricu- lum which has drawn students from all over the world. A further improvement in the University functions was made with the addition of the Evening School. allege of ih ral DR. jOI-IN E. BARNETT, Deen of tbe Col- lege of Liberal Arif was critically injured in an automobile accident early in September and was unable to assume his abundant duties until just recently. The Students keenly felt his ab- sence during the year, and are glad that he is back on campus. -..M ,Q ,X rt X .silt - 1? ? '42 le: fr. :ff .. Ta r 39 2 , X. NXNSNRA 'CV i f A ,N Qt i Q -,swag if -V Us F ig lea Q 1 DR. LORENZ MISBACH was appointed Act- ing Deen of zbe College of Liberal Arts im- mediately after Dr. Barnett's injury. He as- sumed his duties later in Septemberg and after Dean Barnett's return, Dr. Misbach was ap- pointed Afmclfzte Derm of lbe College of Liberal Arif. s 4 X. 43+ .,, Y .2 'isiiir 4- x ,r.:k,3.. A . -rw ia L2 Away. :ft 'I 5+-kiwi l , W Wssze- t as, JVM: AW fs ,.4,, exp X N se.. sg 4 s- Y 145, , ,S ,, ' is 1' yn, .r xcar 2 --sie liberal arts faeult ROBERT D. ADAMS JOANNE BAKER CLARA BARNES ELIOT S. BERKLEY f, is -35 Y" J .V Ag. ,-gf ff WA .Y zgf If ff I , . 4' A fef in 0 x J X X f fy 3, 1 Sw we ' , I I pf? X-,X Z Q: Y A I 1 f P Q wx fm W f 'I X C Z Y I W 4 if IWK fd' Nm X A 1 ,1 'W x fi .xzff A. ff -vu Q Q, A A , ,154 fi A . x 2 xx WALLACE C. BROWN H HAROLD C. BURDICK ' ALEXANDER P. CAPPON WILLIAM L. CRAIN l I I I r HELEN CRISSMAN S JOHN G. DOWGRAY ' FRED DUFFELMEYER BERNARD DULSEY GEORGE EHRLICH H SIDNEY EKBLAW MANUEL GOTTLIEB HARRIET E. HAGEN 6 QQ? 5. . If J A .ff 3 . 4 MARATHON E. HIGH MYRON IORGENSEN PATRICIA MCILRATH PAUL W. MANDLI UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS Cin' TP 'U' Nw, ll LUELLA O'NEILL MILTON P. PUTERBAUGH 'N WILLIAM RYAN HENRY E. scorr, JR. SAMSON SOLOVEITCHIK RAYMOND STONE HARDIN VAN DEURSEN ALBAN VARNADO HYATT H. WAGGONER MIRIAM WAGNER WALTER WAGNER J. MORTON WALKER As CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO 'AF GK NLF. N rf: ez .. H. , "'-'du ' g " ' 'fl NIJ. M . il - ,L ii cl X ' RENATA MEYER LOUIS T. MILLER LORENZ MISBACH M L f 4 , V fw f . , M. , 'fliafw , Lf' Q "f '04 2 . A X t J V, -lf. qugryy, I' .Q . 41 ' me A, gf Iii,-, 42 X, 3' 9' , cc , : sc' W' favs :pw a -.f-Q-1 ff,-4-f,f N2 1' , x ff! if 11211. ' , .1 f' -I gi, h af . .., ,agua ' MZ ff, , 1 1 Al' 1:5 fa -,s-W JUN r A an Q I -ne -Q96 my bs 3 -rv 5 . M7244 I at I X X: c I it Eugen Altschul Harold Buschman Maria Castellani. Carolvn Cockefair Albert Elkin W. Everett Hendricks john R. Hodges Liberal Arif Faculty UU! Norman Royall Douglas Russell Albert Saeger Sam S. Scott S. Frederick Seymour C. J. Stevens Edwin Westerrnann f7l'Cf7.'1'6d Roma King Phillip Lewis Ernest Manheim Robert G. Neel Florence Neely Edgar R. Rosen joseph Rosen 39 1 ' 111 f 1 I1 7, , 11 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '11 fold ya' to lay off with the fax!" 11 1 . .1 V 4132, - 1 X ' 3 JA.- 'xy 1 3 IV kg XMZTW I 4 1 VVV!! ,Vi 1 3 ,1 1 W: A .m!na.,Q,.': : a,,: .E 4 N I 1 'xv 551 1 vi 5 V 1 x f rim, ' 3 4 1, 1 151 4' , ,, , 1 1 1 1-11 v-f N 1 '11 1 1 ' Q ' My-. : I Q 1' ,, ' 1 lnqg, A x 1 1 1 N' 541154 -., 1 1 1 4 2 1- 'f .J 4 1 'fly' 111 .," . 1 JOE KLASSEN 1 V 1 A 1 vice-president ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ARTHUR STEPHENSON 3 1 president 1 1 1 ,1 JUDY CLAFFEY 1 secretary - 1 1 1 1 1 JAMES HARMON treasurer Q X SVG 3111 1 11 ,l 1 ,eq ' , 1,5 1 , 15712 I ' I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 W W Q 1 1 , 1 ,,,,, 1 ,N , ,1 1 1211 1 1 1 11 I ': ' '11 A 1 3 14 1 55 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 ' 5 1 1 1 X 1 1 1 , 1 1 Hi 1 1 1 ffm, , 1 ffglglglg--Fm .rearickf 1 canclula 11 11111 1 2 fe -. "Pczmzfaz00l." .5555 2,2-fl "' 1 ,, 5 'gi 5 3 1 11507716 pegple jmt don? give az damn. Hangzn' one on. A the c oo! of ,claw The Kansas City School of Law, founded in 1895 merged with the University of Kansas City in 1938, becoming the School of Law of the University of Kansas City. The Law School approved by both the Association of American Law Schools and the American Bar Association, is fully accredited and has graduated nearly three thousand students with the degree LLB. Students entering the School of Law must have satisfactorily completed at least ninety semester hours of acceptable academic work and many have received previous degrees. The well equipped law building was dedicated November 17, 1950 and is considered to be one of the most attractive and usable law buildings in this country. C Cl' l f -cl Q in-f yy, .f 1 imap.: - V a 153' 1 fi, ,Ii rffz f 1 H, l ,Z 7. -' i,.5,':? , I 1 , , , .Y-ff:--,- -1--253 2 55 I 8 ' L law school aculty y Q r"'l'f-qs 2 18121 X QRS g U 1 till it t li .C M X, 1 ' . 5,-04 I fs-sq., It , f 1 x Edward D. Ellison Charles E. Fiddler 4 i . 4 ' 1 K Xu ,V P ,Z ..,-X sp., IW' , Y' J ' 4 Rudolph Heitz Hubert Edward Nelson John Scurlock judge Elmo B. Hunter Oliver Rundell Law Faculty not pictured Marion Beatty Guin Bronson Elwyn L. Cady, jr. Charles N. Carnes Dorothy B. Clarke the C. Earl Hovey Almer I.. Horse Morton Jacobs Angelo Lapi James F. Miller board of man, V0l'll0l' Walter A. Raymond Judge Henry Riederer Charles C. Scott Stanley 1. Siegel Samson Soloveitchik John M. Speca Laurie Tobias and Dorothy Aiken, Law Sec- retaries, help keep the intricate office ma- chinery of the Law School running smoothly Seated: Edward Simons, Sam E, Overfelt, Phil C. Houx, Doris Yendes, Vance R. Erick Stfzrzditzgz Robert Bevan, Ed Wurdack, Gene Spitz, Kenneth Meinen, Hartzell Whyte Robert H. Roerschler. CITY THE 1956 KANGARQO 'X 44 It of o clenfwtry i w y M .www it "" A ,nw-.X 'Q V f . fj il li 1 L ,Ah,,, xt, ar f l I e Ac 0 K W, E S 1--:- 5 The merger of the Kansas City Dental College, founded in 1881, and the Western Dental College, founded in 1890, formed the Kansas City-Western Dental College which in 1941 became the School of Dentirtry of the Univenity of Kalmar City. Seventy-four years of continuous and noteworthy service has established the School of Dentistry as a necessary institution in Kansas City and the Southwest. The School of Dentistry is fully accredited by the council on Dental Education of the American Dental Association and by dental boards in all states. It was granted an "A" rating in 1926 and has continuously maintained this high rating. Its object is to train men and women who will reflect the full meaning of their profession in the social order. lf x, K , X 5. X , N X. ,X My i Y, - '95,-v' ' WWW DR. ROY JAMES RINEHART, Dean of the Dental School was elected "Man of the Year" by the Alumni Association of the School of Dentistry. This year Dean Rinehart is cele- brating his 54th year in dentistry and his 45th year in dental education. He is more than Dean to the 500 students who without hesitation bring their personal as well as school problems to him. 45 I f V . :Z-. 5 I , . . W X V f . 0 n t a WILLIAM E. ADAMSON 1, QM? h y ,Q ROBERT E. ALLEN f , U f ARNOLD V. ARMS WILLARD R. BELLINGER .,,-1' A4 7 Uh ,RZ R Q Q ',.. Z. . 7 "f"""' 1'-v'. . .' M' Txhx Wana' V . in 1 5 ffffmf ix f 5 A X f. ff-.J Jim' f Q X fm 1 7 A f 1 ' I V! Z fs 7 f diff? ff, if f ful U ZWZV . ff ff Qfgfklzg Z4 57 . . , VWWQ J Q f G ,, .' , ,A,., .f 5 V ,ff A7522 Q W 1 5".f:34mf ,, . IZ 4 y' 'M 2, 'OPS v f. ' f ff -A. .ff 1 I lffwyf, .WI ' f ,W VICTOR D. BOWLES CHARLES J. BROWN, JR. JOHN V. BROWN HAROLD C. BURDICK FRANCIS M. CALMES DAYTON DUNBAR CAMPBELL WILLIAM I. CARTER J. FRANK CHIMIENTI JOHN M. CLAYTON WILTON W. COGSWELL FRED W. COOK LEON H. COPELAND WILLIAM R. DANNAHOWER ROBERT DAVIS LYNVAL E. DAVIDSON ,fl :Ogg -u..g,w' B. 1 W AI .IC I EDWARD L. DILLON UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY TI VV" W DELVIN K. DIMICK KENNETH E. DUNCAN , WAAS mlm 'Nw Hwyfpr RALPH W. EDWARDS MM xv LESLIE L. EISENBRANDT I 5 if G B. LANDIS ELLIOTT LAWRENCE P. ENGEL JOHN J. ENNEVER .lgx A , K H. ARNOLD EVERSULL '54 WILLIAM M. FEAGANS , PBELL VIOLA D. FLANAGAN 'V LESTER M. GATES TI JOHN E. GOSSET1' Ax xv 4 'RS f . ,Iva ,nrt S Zibi +'-wa... ALLEN O. GRUEBBEL . RICHARD HAMER A CHARLES HART J EDWARD HART yt. L, , V o:':! I A M V Al 1 I SZ. A fx A . - I zwifgifik . tg., 'V' . up I ER JOHN 1. HENSE A JAMES E. HERBERTSON A W. , f R3 S1 FRANK H. HDDGSDN ,L 115' H-,ff Q . JOSEPH E. JACOBS AS CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO 'wiv , ,L,' f , ARTHUR F. LINDQUIST WALTER R. LOUDON CHARLES R. MCCLELLAN H. RICHARD MCFARLAND EUGENE H. MAIENSCHIEN CARL S. MATTHEWS GEORGE E. MENSCH BRUCE MILLER NORMAN A. MOORE HENRY DEXTER MUSSELMAN HUGH I. MYERS EDWARD P. NELSON M. I.ORENE NELSON MILTON H. NOLTENSMEYER CLAUDE W. O'DELL JACK PENTICUFF UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS C1Tx has -J' 227 A,...P"' Ex . fm N QAND V . fs? . 'I' , Est, . ROY J. RINEHART DAVID W. ROBINSON OMAR J. ROBINSON GENEVIEVE D. ROTH ALFRED O. RUEB ALBERT SAEGER CARL W. SAWYER THOMAS D. SCHAAD A , CHASTAIN G. PORTER WAYNE L. EEEVE JUDGE ALBERT L. REEVES FRED A. RICHMOND I , x ,ZW I 1, ,W ,X ., I 2, 5 ' , X lf" , , A , May I 1 .1 I -K 5 'V ' A I 4 f f", lx-X 735 A I QQ ,,,,, R, I ? Q fy H 1 ET' I -rl "'.'I'F E .I H E I 9 ' THTFXIEI ' Wm., . e I A. FRANK SCHOPPER -Mi 1LMAN MARLIN M. VOLZ M' CHARLES D. WALTHALL BENJAMIN W. WARNER L . iv:-.J Ez N W- f. , vw ., WH ., . Q Q ' 3 1 W, - z L . , i.. K f I ,U f , A fi . Yfifg 4 ' MQ . ni, ff, f ..,, , '44, JOSEPH WATERMAN EYER G. FARRELL WEBB AL, A! ,' .ww JACK EDWARD WELLS ,gf f Mlm TZ' DON E. WOODARD AS CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO ll E If HELEN H ADAMS Nl 'Q de ALETHA BARCLAY 'Q' 1 stuff if KATHLEEN BIRCHALL MARJORIE BRANDES . , I I wgfn , 2' "WC 4 Fflf' '1' I W' ' A I , I f III AA,Aw , A , f .I fr' E I 4 , I I ,aw ,- .44 I III, If I f Nw f f ff ff . , - 1-iw! I - , , . , ,gif ,f QI Sign., m, ff? yi 1 1 I+?" .f yy, Q 'wa I , ,,,y76,,v+. I -f, Nz- I us' X "3 'R f 'W 9 if? ' If ""T'S'..'IV' it 1' l ' ,EE,A ,Q x,,Iv l "QQ, ' r' , ix sm Gif BROMLEY MARIE BUTNER LOUISE CARSON DOROTHY L. CUTTING I I R. LOU DUTTON GERTRUDE FERGUSON LAURA GREER VIOLET HALLDIN DEMETRA HARRISON MARY E. HUFFMAN EVA F. LEWIS ERIEL MILLER EDNA R. MOBERLY MARY K. ORR MARGARET POTTS ROBERTA ROZELL UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY THI ' 'sl ING 'Rnd H? QT? PAULINE SNEED JUNE SPALDING VIRGINIA THOMPSON JEWELL B. WILLIAMS 0 icera of flue Jclzoo! of clenliairy the .senior dau Donald Max Peterson, Pfefidenz Charles Cotton, Vice-Preridemf Chester Marsh, Secretary-Trearurer Larry Felkner 2 Claude Youngs AS CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO S. C. Reprerentatives the junior clad: Ronald W. Ridge, Prefiafent James Lea, Vice-Prerident Herbert Smith, Secretary-Treamrer Jack Berry A S. C. Repreremfativer Herbert Southerland the Joplzomore cfada W. E. Blickenstaff, Preridenz C. D. Derlney, Vice-Prericiemf J. D. Limestall, Secretary Connie Givens, Treafurer R. D. Barlet, S. C. Reprefentatiwe the freshman clay Durl W. O'Nei11, Prerident Peter M. Orr, Vice-Prefiafent Edward A. Faulkner, Secretary-Treafurer Gale T. Holsman, S. C. Reprerenmzive Kenneth V. Givensz Andrew Canellos S Reponen 51 , , J 1 I 'K K 4 , U, .-NZ. ' I. 1 -,,, A w, ,. . ,7 , K A .s . Q 2 h 1, x fx Q 1 1 4 t , . in .V- -x-.....Q,.... .M....f-..-,.14f.,,.',.b4..-...,.w:a....- ...g...4- --' L.:A.-wiht. - Ll, . I-' . , . -. ., -,- 1 ' f f F G xX V X THE 1956 KANGAROO .iff ffl f ,, Vs ,ah 4 fa ,, . X X ,e 5 , 5" .X AN X if X N X P JMX' -, 531: V M so ' t 'wwf S "M Q A fm '?s'??jz x fig y of f ZXVQAS Al NN,. f X ,, X ,fwfr ga- Ar X, ,KI X ,. f X Naive Xt ff X my, 4 rf M 41 X j f f f ff X X Q S f ff X 7 X X T: :xy 3, M ,V,,f ,, fynmw' ka, X. ,vii W DR. LESLIE L. EISENBRANDT, Dean of the School of Pharmacy since 1953 and Professor of Pharmacology at the University of Kansas City, joined the University faculty in 1936. This soft spoken man is well known and well liked hy the students of the entire campus as well as the students of the Pharmacy School. pharmacy ALLEN O GRUEBBEL T f ELVIN A. I-IOLSTIUS THEODORE AUYONG LEO MCMAHON MYRTLE MARTIN JOHN BAUMGARDT G. CARL RAU WILLIAM J. ROST K ry ' I Q' 4 I A W A CLARENCE L. CAMPBELL KN I fi X , , gffffax Q f' TH M, 41 , ww N ,lg S . ' , 'K .LX 's , A fx - A ,A ,W ,, A . A EUGENE WEBSTER .'wsMj',u?f4'T'4' yg , ,yf A fl. ,ff ,f f fm , ' - z . 1 , LYLE W. WILLITS m 'gpm' A A Ni, Q 5"5'5j' ' ff 'lfiiglffv X 5191 I . f . WW? un., -4 '. V min' ,, f . Af , - ,, 74 -Nw ,, '2-44 ,.,. if 'Af f WAX J 1, 1 MIM, -Af .M 1, f EL AUX I -A f- 'i X N:-s Q? ,fy -VW, ,J 214.1-42.5.7121-.-:i :CHQ A '11 :,W'x A NN - ,- N :C f W' ,f fl 3' , fivlfwi V H, ' 'f A x I f , . ., Qggw- -1 f, , -,, LX I 1 , 1:-'19-, ,f I '11-A ,' ml ' 1 :ap 'f'vL2'! i..Ql:2 s ?Zg.fF'f::Q3f-Lf: fggyif 'R f 332, 2 M, N E245 ,'-, il 5 54 ! vja ' -It UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY WW 5 the , Mr U5 rl, EW M V+ H ,gl V! V -r ,li 5 3 W1 inf , N W W i i 1 1 F 1 l I 4 1 i Y r A . -1'Qlllllll' -lilfnllllly I 'P' Ill' 4llY'-l- I ll I nilnl Ilfluixlu' 1l -VXVIIII lll Ill 'lt ll nas:-' "W I the Aclzool 0 buameaa -X K r ', ,W t Xv - l-' on the University of Kansas City campus in 1954 and under the leadership of Dean Gilliland it has made great strides in its relatively short existence Greater Kansas City serves as a laboratory for Kansas City University students. In any field of special interest Kansas City is at hand for study and for employment experience. Business and industrial leaders of the area serve as special lecturers and A A N II consultants emphasizing practical techniques. This year the 0 S.:-1 4. I' i ll ' A . 'EA ' " ' 'l X I I 1- ' f' 'H ' The School of Business and Public Administration was organized -' -A-li L! ' , 5 0 0 , D N .g f Z ' ' enrollment has had a substantial increase of eighty per cent. rv '95--.. osx , f ,tg 0 22474 f-. . MNT! V.. fi:-A-M-, f f s MI, Y , f afxqfmat, W sh' WQWS v NZSWYZ Q 0 . - ,,,am,.uff.shst'4wam.f., M1m:,4,a,M t , ., se -ft at 1. ,..J 'L-r --J Jf 7 . o ? ,G .3 l pi fy ' mm .. f NR '. ,ri f ' W .NV ,y Q, Wm X MW, ,Q ' f sw tw ,ml , V " i: ' M, .jj Z , ,f ,fi - Wy- --save, , ,gy .. fm' ' z? f t . ' RQ ' f 1 X X' . t ,f , is itff'g,a95,3jl,!1 I I 1 I Q ,ff gm 5 -' My y ,Q jfif, M mf? fyro ,f 4f7Z!gfgfg.f ' fi .11 f .fi ,, Mkt ,f .J , ffyfflnff f' 40 W V, 27, 1 5 f Q A ""A f THE 195 6 KANGAROO U 'KE :js my XXX X, f, ,. XXX YN twx f f W f f ,, Z f ,fi ,X ,4 y 7 1 2 t Q f X .QM , , i ' V QW MR. CHARLES E. GILLILAND, JR., Dem of the School of Bwmeit and Public Adminis- zmlion, became administrator of the Business School in 1954. In a very short time he has become a campus favorite with the students and he has gained respect from his associates. 57 business fa c u l ty 5 f A, -A M fssmef- ,... L swf .f .ab .2 1 2 FS gf no W , ff 1 - i , ' f fi x Wffkyekf- ::p:z. . , ff ' p IDM I-IUBERT BREUNINGER JONAS MITTLEMAN WILLIAM R. CAMPBELL 5 f 'iff J. RAYMOND SMITH 'L 'NA-G Q f I ARTHUR VIETH , sv ' , JACK S. WOLF Tx , ' , , ,sg 0 A , ' A fs 4 ' , .af a v- xg 'f ' V 151 942 X A ' f I , , A , ,xx 4 E M Z , 9 C 'v:-v I , at W A222 Af lx A fffnwiszlf. lil ,fx ,i isa O ' A-'P S 'I officer? of the Jclwof of budineau The officers of the Business School are left to right: Mike Gegen, Councilman, Dick Garner, President, Martha Spence, Secretaryg Joe Stevens, Councilman, and I Pete Hanebaum, Vice-President. UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY '41 411 Z Q, l z X wc- 1 ,,,,v,ay- 'N V f my K 9 was if I wif A ,f"" ,fir ,fQ!!WY+m S Y Z 1 --o-a.,. 'iff 3 ' fr Wm. Q if 6 , , --71, - H- -.--- - 1a,,42:'P- 4 .- YYV, v....,.,- ...-...,,.....-....V.-.--1-.., ,,4,. ,,- . - . - 1 K N I W f ,tx , I , J , 7,1 .uri CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO .abr 1 is fix 1 0 Q X x Q' f X X 'i y , ,ls N, ' M X rv ,, V -X X Q K X x X X ,al 2' I' , .X.. x,,,x,, 1. . J , ',,,,, NN, Q".-N .R a X 3 ' ' ' NS:- x ,4i'f N+ Ki' 51' X ' . Q 2 f'yf,f4'.f i rf' X f ... , :X N xx v X3 . ' YW, all x, W xt Q S rfuzfa f. . 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HUGH W. SPEER, Dean of the School of Education at the University of Kansas City since 1954, came to the University, campus in 1945. Dean Speer is known on and off campus for his active work in promoting education and establishing an efficient and highly successful department which is rapidly expanding under his guidance. 61 P f I-T' :A , , Q s 4 A f ffx X! f X an W f 'K , f 1 352,50 Q S5 I I f+ Yr QR A , f if Swwxy . R S 6, lifwbiqbvg x f ffiwx f 'If is WS- Sf Z 4 ' 1 .f lg 9 XZZR ZNWQ X 5, g x 'sv QAM , R fW 17 W ,ATS f R If f f education f a c u l t y I ,f ' H ,Y Y f. 'f V, I iv 1 I 4 .. ,S I A MARGARET DUDLEY I I IVVI I I U, +- K ,I .,.. J 4, yin E - . KW : a- E ff, 21 A I I A , A AM I JANE HADDEN AAAA A I JOHN HANITCHAK W M MARTIN LEVIT W MARTIN LOEB BETTY ORR MARY LEE MARKSBERRY ROBERT SWEITZER A 0 icera of ilze Ac oo! of education l The Senior Officers of the School of Education are pictured at the left: Seated are Carol Crosswhite, Secretary and Fay Glenn, Vice-Presidentg stand- ing are Marcia Speer, President and Celia Rodriquez, Treasurer. 62 UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY 4 'sf"': , f . A. Y s . . fel I.. Q , 3 1 Y V V ' 5 ' 1 i 4 I N I e 4 l g ? 1 C 3 4 f iv - - . gs L umm was A w -n. KQWMS.-g'2-M12 mm, 1. wma LC 'M' 1 1 S E rf i I 5 fi ! 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The University of Kansas City proudly adds thirty more names to its representation. UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY fif, -X ML , ..,. . V,y. f nf f, 4, f, iw, , ,s if fff W' f iyffiki, wi! m i Wy 5,5511 f ff JHQZW f ,Ty ff, Q ,,g'fQygg 150,54 , 75, if XC! f ' MQ, X ' gf? ji 5 713 1 fi Q, exif 5. Gy s'sss if 3,-15 5+ ff? f y ,nf A434 -i, wiv"- 'V j , W4 V ,wwf . . , . .,.p. . ' 'ff Vp I X fx,wMf,f cgi, EDDIE A few 1 Council Presider the Hot S t u d e r Pharma f ' ., .. xgfglj N ,Y f, 'FYJBZKP f . fern s 2 final . fm .gg-Vie: rife, i .i... it 5, X Q5 5 , fm.-ff? X ff' iQsaLQff' ' .. ,wvxye Q af - X- i Q Q ,i 1 PAUI his ou bershi ' assisra captai man 4 tive, Vice-l l THE 1 ggi ' TSM-F .. fy S, . '22, f'-"f'!""b-1 EDDIE VERNON BALES, Pbarmacyg A few of his activities include Student Council representative from Pharmacy, President of Rho Chi Honor Society, the Honor Roll and membership in the Student Branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association. fr? M9165 K X PM . H., 4 l l i,l ', 1 lf 2 X Engl.. , PAUL DUTTON, Denzim'y,' Some of his outstanding activities include mem- bership in Delta Sigma Delta Fraternity, assistant basketball coach, coach and captain of golf team, President of Fresh- man Class, Student Council representa- tive, Bushwacker photographer and Vice-President of Lettermans Club. THE 195 6 KANGARoo eq!! W gi-lah, 2 ,Q We Ts.. ff Qf ifi ' f 1 Wk in , is 1 Ha s. " 4 s. 'Vi f ma 4- 7 .- ef 'Ss' .. il fgt f K., ss. ,, -ef ,as . 13N'y,ifrs -' fa .15 aff-NQZSX' . 1 a35 ,f "-4-19 , ,X X ,, X , , , .-2123 2 fps ,, , ,iffy ff x is . ii! ' . ,sw ff f Q A wa,-fs.-fa?-,'f'zet:f avr In JAMES CALLANDER, Dentistry' A few of his activities include rush chair- man and Vice-President of the Dental Fraternity, Delta Sigma Delta. He also served on the Inter-fraternity council and he has participated in track events. His Departmental appointments are Dental Medicine and Mercy Hospital. 'wif UI.. 'fd , i C I MAX L. EDMUNDSDN, Dentistry. Some of his outstanding activities at the Dental School include Rush cap- tain and treasurer of the Dental Fra- ternity, Psi Omega. He is also a mem- ber of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Sigma, and Alpha Epsilon Delta. luis who . x-as , r ' ea -K is . W ,S fm P ls? JUDY CLAFFEY, Liberal Arlrg Her outstanding activities include member- ship in Sigma Beta Sorority, Charter member of the womens honorary sorority, Delta Alpha, Freshman steer- ing committee, Senior Class Secretary, Business Manager of the University Newt, President of Easy Chair and Edi- tor of Number One. ' . if 1 f Zz. f, f ' f r Z1 , iz, ' ,HQ,'f" - f , 'fc 9? an fe ' 4M a .- A .af f 'a U, fm 'ff ' , sq 1, ,, K. , 0 .' fr ,"'f,,ff7p., , xi ,f f a ,gi i t , J -, "Z, '55 wa' - ififffaaffx' , ff, J " f ', f . Z f . 4 t aaaaaafaaa .r-f am? Wh . fl u' L Q4 1?,,-155, 4,vg gt'f,, 4 7 jaw f 'V 4. , I wa... .' aa, . f 2-'M I AM' EGBERT M. EIDSON, Devzfiftryg A few of his activities include Secretary and President of the Dental Fraternity, Xi Psi Phi. He was also President of his Junior Class and his Departmental ap- pointment is in Endodontics. 67 Wh0's wh0 LOWELI. ERICKSON.Liberal Artfg A few of his outstanding activities include member of Bounder Fraternity, Editor of the University N ewr, Student Council representative, Fall Frolic and Orienta- tion committee chairman, Intramural participant, and NSA co-ordinator. He was also active in many play produc- tions, ,Q ' i'W'I"'I - UQ its'4ff' ..fff9, D' s it ' X 3 P X " r NX? -'MZ ff ' ff ' nf QMW 'sw ,f .af t ,ay fy 4 f 1, ,f ff t f -tg , f fl' "' ' 49772, ' 3 ' KVV fff, Qt, it 'ff' ' Yffff ' ' - ' X- t J mst: 4 f , 527431 Off st-:i,-g551fx1'faf'?'a,1' -atv' tg , ,g cf'iXVpxf5: aff . , 4, W as , jf WV Q i?, r ffff 2, fffm' Jr , st ,, ,, , c,,. , . ., , t .W ,, g , ' .e t , ti aff 75, if s ,f V, , ,fry -2? t j s af , 4 it si re: L f X ,ai s . afff ' as f f ,, ,g , X t W, My , at ,ff-A t , , wif Q VV , S- 'st' , -t GH 7' X , ,aa ., t if W ,fs FLOYD JOSEPH GRIMES, Denmtry, A few of his activities include President and Secretary of the Dental Fraternity, Delta Sigma Delta. He was also a repre- sentative on the Dental Inter-fraternity council, and his Departmental appoint- ment was in Diagnosis. MONTIE LEE FURR, Derztirtryg A fewf of his outstanding activities include Treasurer of the Dental Fraternity, Xi Psi Phi, Vice-President of Freshman Class. His Departmental appointments are to junior Hospital Clerkship, Ortho- dontics, and Diagnosis. CECIL HAMMONS, Liberal Arty, A few of his activities are Secretary and correspondent of Alpha Phi Omega, Torch and Scroll, Dean's List, Vice-Presi- dent, Secretary, Treasurer, American Chemical Society, Treasurer German Club, Student Council and Orientation committees, 1952 Kangaroo stafff' ffm, ,f X! f X I FAY GLENN, Eciucationg Some of her outstanding activities are President of TNT, Charter member of the women's honorary sorority, Alpha Delta, Student Council, Dean's List, Vice-President of Education Senior Class, Welcome dance and orientation committees, and Chair- man hostess committee for the Presi- dent's reception. JIM HARMON, Liberal Ar1r.r,' Some of his activities are Treasurer of Liberal Arts, member of the University Newf staff two years, Dean's List, Publications Board. He is active in intramural foot- ball and handball, and he was cast in the playhouse production of The Grass Harp. I' Second year iri Whds Wh O of her ant of imen's :udent ent of dance Chair- Presi- 'SQ il Jme of Liberal New! cations ,l foot- in the Grass ho's Who. X ., l ,,,, iff' , 'I T..-,A l Ti x, .If 4' 'il p V T5 A E 2 p Q,-I I -.ms I 1 Z SARAH HATCHER, Ecliicaliong Some of her many activities are Vice-President and President Delta Omega Sorority, Charter member of women's honorary, Delta Alpha, Dean's List, Secretary of TNT, Pan-Hellenic representative, Vice- President and outstanding athlete award of WRA, and Bum Friday committee chairman. as - META ANN KNECHT,Derital Hygiene, Some of her activities are Vice-President and President of Sigma Beta, President and Secretary of Mu Phi Epsilon, Vice- President of German Club, Sno-Ball Queen, Secretary and Treasurer Pep Club, Cheerleader, President of Dental Hygienists, Intramural Sports, Bum Fri- day Committee' ARTHUR KATZ, Liberal ArtJ,' A few of his activities are President and Vice- President of Alpha Phi Omega and Alpha Club, Torch and Scroll, Dean's List, Bum Friday and Fall Frolic com- mittees, Chairman of Turkey Hop, Presi- dent of IFC, Treasurer of Student Coun- cil, Liberal Arts Representative, Kanga- roo and Univerrity N ewrf' t 1 , v, 'T A G r , . 1 :.k x ' Sp 5 L Y . S ' 1 - ' y i X -? k - ,- M, . xi- . - - 5+ , 53 tl - " , : V , ' ' ' , ti" 5 JOE KLASSEN, Liberal Artrg A few of his activities are Secretary Bounder Fra- ternity, Secretary of Student Council and President of Liberal Arts, Secretary and Treasurer of History and Government Club, Dean's List, Fall Frolic Publicity Committee Chairman, Publications, orientation, and Welcome Dance com- mittees. az- - F is ' , f T l W ,,.. it..,.1.a SARAH KRAFT, Liberal Artrg Some of her outstanding activities are Charter member of women's honorary sorority, Delta Alpha, Torch and Scroll, President of French Club, Secretary of Scholarship Club, Chairman of Who's Who com- mittee, ancl Princess of the l953 Kanga- roo Hop. f ,A f-,, , T , , BROCK MCPHERSON, Law, His many activities include Phi Alpha Delta, Board of Governors entertainment com- mittee, Law Review staff, Commenlr editor, Legal Aid staff, Ladies' Auxiliary organization committee, First Place in Moot Court competition, Chief justice of University Student Court. if 69 Il l :I l li l 1 ' s 1 l V' lx l I ll l. --'-S -,-gr QM Lil: li ,iq I 1 l l I l whcfs who CHESTER HENRY MARSH, Dentis- try, His activities include Secretary- Treasurer of his Dental Senior Class, membership in the Dental Fraternity, Delta Sigma Delta. He was also a par- ticipant in the intramural program. His Departmental appointment was in Peri- dontia. PAUL RICHARD PERME, Dentistry, His varied activities include member- ship in the Dental Fraternity, Delta Sigma Delta, President of the Intramural Council, and participation in football, basketball and softball. He also was a representative to the Student Council and on a Bushwacker Ball Committee. WILLIAM OSBORN, Plmrmacy, A few of his activities are Historian of the Bounder Fraternity, Torch and Scroll, member of Rho Chi, Vice-President of the American Pharmaceutical Associ- ation, Vice-President of Intramural coun- cil, Member I955 Basketball Team, activities in squash, tennis and numerous dance committees. 1 y 1 - I LEONARD SHAW, Law, A few of his many activities are Phi Alpha Delta membership committee, Toastmaster's International committee, Vice-President and representative of Board of Gover- nors, Dean's List, Student Council repre- sentative, First prize in legal research competition, and Fiasco committees. cw W W my wa . Q MW ,,, Y' . ' Z . ,Q Z ' fx y A V gf 7 M. IMZQEZW . if f J ,v,Wimy, e f f W S- Z 4 ,,,, , A . sz X fr X ,M g I ,iw I I SAM OVERFELT Law, some of his MAI 7 activities include membership in Phi her C ment Delta Phi, President of Board of Gover- nors, Co-Editor' of the Lafw Review, Law basketball team, Law intramural repre- sentative, finalist in Moot Court compe- tition, recipient of a Fellowship award, and Student Council representative. CHARLES DoN SNEED, Dentistry,- Several of his activities include mem- bership in the Dental Fraternity, Psi Omega. He also participated in Intra- murals in tennis and basketball. His Departmental appointments were in Pedodontics at Mercy Hospital and also of l theai Iota, Choi Scho X 'gg -I,-zz 1 ff s X, 7 ,,. e X 1 1 fx X, s ,I 1 9,7 sl H ii , -f is 1 W, t - Hei Sec. Wl Ret day mei Del Periodontics. 0721 " Second year in Who's Who. UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY THQ v 2 5 125 r of his in Phi i Gover- ew, Law l repre- compe- i award, iive. i f sg if as '1. entirtryg e mem- ity, Psi 1 Intra- all. His ere in ind also ho's Who. 'X I as If -, AML , , , A rr. l f ',3. f X- X, , Xt MARCIA SPEER, Educazfiony A few of her outstanding activities are Sigma Beta membership, Student Council, President of Education senior class, Children's theatre, Vice-President of Sigma Alpha Iota, Dean's List, Panel of Americans, Choir, Who's Who committee and School of Education secret committee. 12-34.12 '17 4 2 ,Y ,, if , ',,iii , I fr T, .prwrfitr K f, j, , It 2 V I K I ' P, i x 5 E1 X f if fr .. A l 'I f P., . m 1 w r H i r Iv- an JODY STEPHENSON, Liberal Arn,- Her activities include President and Secretary of Sigma Beta, Member of Who's Who committee, Pan-Hellenic Representative, Orientation, Bum Fri- day, and Fall Frolic committees, Charter member of women's honorary sorority, Delta Alpha, Editorial staff of Number One, and Univerriry News staff. As CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO ! A . ff" ':.f,,'s,f,, , -' X. i' firfgrif - -2 . ' .- A5 u t M ' V" sl' s - K -Qs? MARTHA SPENCE, Liberal Artrg Her outstanding activities include President, Secretary, and Treasurer of Beta Zeta, President of Torch and Scroll, Dean's List, Co-chairman of BZ.-A.P.O. book exchange, Secretary and Treasurer of Business School, Election, Bum Friday, and orientation committees. ,rr 'jr' , f V 6 ,,', 5 DORIS YENDES, Lrzwg Her activities include membership in Cho Chin sorority, Vice-President of Phi Delta Delta, Member of Phi Delta Delta Law Day breakfast and Moot Court rules committees, Chairman of Legal Aid Clinic, Secretary of Board of Governors, Krmgaroo staff two years, Obiter Diem staff, and Fellowship Award. ART STEPHENSON, Liberal Artrg His activities include Vice-President of Bounder Fraternity, Phi Delta Phi, Presi- dent, Secretary, and Treasurer of the Student Council, President of Liberal Arts, Vice-President of History and Government Club, Chairman Publica- tions Board and Finance committee, Col- lege Day representative and intramural activities." V CLAUDE THOMAS YOUNG, Denm- tryg A few of his activities are Student Council representative for Senior Class, Senator, Editor and Grand Master of Psi Omega, Chairman of Dental Inter- fraternity Council, Chairman of Social committee, member Dormitory commit- tee and his Departmental appointments were in Endodontics and Peridontics. 4' if + an W 1 S. 2? 2 if A yf L wait' QV I 62,1 f ff 'R , f T 1 i Vfgwk X 1 S x ll Ii 3 5 ii-432 ig, M ' Q X 5 X Cffswi 14 1, 075 ffh 1 X .K ff Gm, ,, f - 9 X 124201 X W f W 'f' fiiiwraihiiiifwm, W if QX-WWW Q U' ' Z 5 f ' f tm, NNW , I as , Q ,W ,fr f , W .S f-x 14- I Jw .f I KX th lasses I O P14 Slfbllllll' The blond girl you copied your notes from, the fellow who slept in class, and the genius who kept the class average up are all people who traveled with you toward a higher educa- tion. Many of your classmates are pictured here for the time when memories become blurred. 'Seniors' activitier are lifted on page 91. liber: JOHN SUZIG NOI DANII JUDI' VIR4 WILLI. PHILI LEO1 ROBER BILL ELIZ CHERY MICHI MARI THE 1956 liberal arts seniors JOHN KENNETH ADAMS SUZANNE BURKE NOEL DAVID BURLESON DANIEL OSCAR CARR JUDITH H. CLAFFEY VIRGIL COLLINS WILLIAM JOSEPH CRUMMETT PHILLIP JOHN DATTILO LEODIS DAVIS ROBERT E. DES ISLETS BILL DORRELL ELIZABETH FASSIG CHERYL GEPFORD ii. ,,,. ..., .-jV,, . N., 3. Lv ,A 5, . f:,f,,?iu 'f 2' I :H RW 'Ai 'N 'S Qss, . I fl g:3? , gp' 'W' K ,- Q : C I ,x 3511 'vf I ff X I W "f' , 4 I A . I f S 3 I , ik, X X x I 4 ks-' A ' X U , ,M I f 9 , Km, X w"i4 5 ff 4.1. Q 1' Q Mi J jf xhr xx 54 by , M X .A ,, rf mp. , , 4 sig N CSX W N' ,Q Q - ,, I J 5- .zzqf 5 MA swag. NK Vg I-I' , f N2 X .fax .. 1 www lg.. -gurus... f If , I , 5, I I J 12-W:- 'H -N , , ,V ffffgf . , Os ff sss . If 12347 I' ff I , Awww N f 6,1 F , 1 - , ,Q . 'I , f A ff ww E5 if f . , fifi inn 2 A if 7 WAQJQ yf , A ,.f'wL.g Wing., ef, x 2. ffl- .f 1 5 Q Q 6 ' I I J f 7: wvfln 4 I 'W I 'Vi ,f ,Ky Y if ,' ' fa, ' Ek, A. 5 1 ., .f- if ' 5- 4.-., 4, '9 an M 1 , ff- , fl'-' I f ' TM' f , f ' ff f --ol I f 476 , 1 , J zu? f ff ' f, V Q3 ..f1,, s a 4 f wp, 4. ,. MICHIO PETER HAGIWARA MARIAN E. HALL THE 1956 KANGAROO , ,,, ,A ,v wz,,,,. Wmfv , V 75 I X , ? A A liberal arts seniors i 1 , Whig-yr! ' f , -f - ff ,,f -"i:3v'q1gg,X'1 S SR D, 2 5 ' K 4 : 4 ,, 1 ff . -SL 1" ' WNW S 7 'Q , SM-f-Q ,Lf wg, . . 1 x '-L L15-S .v-5,44 "'4.'19'-I 5 My J, 5' f F p,,'Ss-L, ,V ,S , , X If 'hz' I f X 'A i Ly Ji OE . D"""'lh-f' S5 :S X l 7 9 s ' Q g X A 4 A X C. , . . if-rw, S -. iss "'7""'V V I x Q . X f I Q N gf, g f X, I , Z , V, O gi ffy ff W7 .ig-,A Q , 1 As-CES Z HELEN HIGHWATER ROLAND ALLEN HALL CECIL N. HAMMONDS JAMES C. HARMON JON JACOBSON WYNONA E. JONES ARTHUR HOWARD KATZ LIEBERT KAUFMAN JOE KLASSEN SARAH LEAH KRAFT RAYMOND C. MEADOWS CARMEN LOIS OLSON jf iff'-e S-J HOWARD H. PETERSEN WINONA POWELL MARLENE REEBLE JUNIVERSITY OF KANSAS C1Tx -X V 4-Rf . ",, 5 ily-fi. 41.2222 . x.. R Q vrs llberal arts seluors M V.. . z"' t 8 BERNICE ROBINSON M. CARMEN RODRIGUEZ MARY LOU ROSS K bv' Q' 'K MW..-. - ix R- 5- .--R x H! R V 4 fs.. . Ji MARION B. SCHRYVER 5 1' ICABOD W. HARPER . WILLIAM SCOTT ROBERT B. SNAPP MARTHA SPENCE ARTHUR T. STEPHENSON JOANN W. STEPHENSON ARTHUR H. WILSON liberal arts graduate EDWARD BAIRD law seniors 1 ', .. - ,,,. .2 , -R ! xy Q, 1.7 .. ,Q 1 , , , gglgg. K X 9- -:..N . Q' I ,f f Q N fxi .N ..- f H:F.Cif? i SQ- 9. -S39 X -1' ' f S .-WR 'jaw .: ., , -R. Q f, .4 ,zggfffy f Ri? . WY, gf, , .J R is f Q. if 2, V. if if ff J ' 'H' Us R xg ..-w ii X f . .gi , if Af Eg 3 VT' .T, S: 'RN J .15-S Q 3 . 'X X I Aff? g g f.-. ie I 21, W gf, MQ, ' Q x. vu . -, vii .qwf ...Z gk 45 We 'KW 04 H415-if .f ,QQ N1 V f 15. 2 ml' , if E f A ' ff -.,, f . . 1, -'qu fa . .YVINM 4 c N ,151 L -B fgffz, v X429-fad-' I ' -.. .13 '1.,,iww"m 1,52-F, " f--f" 2:1 If I' I ,. I . If In I ww . we I XI " I mi! . R 3 Wil! ra. I 15 .. .1 I L fa 25:11 V W-XM-.Y .',,...- " R A "r07.- -- 1 32232 L13 1 2125-I 'lx l ax' fr. 5 6-af fgI 3....t R., x , ' M -1 4-.,1 f A-.nav-f ' 1 , -W ,AW AJ ,,-.f--- -. RICHARD S. BEITLING XYVINSTON V. BUFORD ELWYN L. CADY 5 CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO 1-. ,Q, , '::,.:,fg4 -.24 'f ', KY V, A a R I 1 Ming w 2 R I I 2 I gl I , 2 RMI I x S. ,, IC.. RI ff v I, I ft fi Q35 f Ig g II E- , If NOW V A RI? A . S . ' X' I XR fi , ff ,gy , W! I Rf A Maxi! if I 4, ,QM f , ZW? lx , '3 ffm is M, I ffzfywy ,L , X I 174' -NNWW' WW nl im. , J I, iw, , 4, 4 Af '-AL' ff i E frzif. ,ig law seniors " A if I vw 'X EDWARD E. CALVIN GEORGE J. CAPRA JAMES R. COPE n S J , MYOPIOD J. DEENZLIST J ,A MORRIS DUNCAN I KENNETH J. ELLIEE ft ,J fl: '2' II S. . , ' A ,A 'fl f--,I-V I , ' if "4 Q5 .www It g if ' 55 QW it , ., I -I if -, f ,Iam f , Q, 1 I , 1 I I S- IA ROBERT EEIRING -f A ' If ROBERT H. EOERSCHLER I If TILLY GILBERG I I I J .. LYLE M. HANSON JAMES KAUT MARK JEROME KLEIN WILLIAM SETH LACY CARL LAURENT KENNETH I. ORISSINOER UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY N it .I AJA . A nf' A 5 N fm 'S X ' us Y Q ga.. ,' .R L, V law senmrs an R fa' NA tw , - ,N 3, Q -A 'V .- 7 Avg P If BROCK MCPHERSON ROBERT E. MEACHAM J. MILONE JOHN MONAGHAN JAMES F. PENDERGAST A ANTHONY J. ROMANO LEONARD SHAW JAMES W. SPENCER LEONARD SWADE DELMER TARVER SAMSON PEABODY GENE TERRY EUNICE TRAPP ,Q 4 5 1135 ' '73 if Qfjff , Q., ' , A , Q 'Kill ' S -Mp...-.4 A mm , 'V audi?" AX f N V X WQV' ,A I XI , v X 2 1 In V: NT. . I. .57 A I , 54 E 4 , ' N 4' y N' l - - J . A V - 1 ff A A f. f.f,ISfAi Wx g..,,jwgiQ,,,,,4x 5 . MT. A, S O "N .N . f 1 A 'War , X , , N X 1 b - N05 ' mga. Www 1 , , 4 1 4 J ,Z ,, ij . A . .1 ,. X E V A U ,V -A , ' V' 'L - h A Q1 ' I A, Q , f A A A 1.1 f'U V' .R E 'Aw-Wfff ,pai ,MW my v 4,11 ff Q4 . W, I I f Eff? WY" u"'w' W Ll lf '69 "' 6 :QSAQFS YT ,flL', W, Ax inf , 1? RQA2 ? , Q, R. 2 , - f f ' xx .X Z ,L , nf' ' fp! ' J Y -- X . ' -nn, 4 , A :I Q , , I mann, AZ. A, ! vi v' ' W P V fin' i ' 4 . k 1 W A i A j,f?S J I: IL' ' A, A J 1 S 1 'N J I J r GZ J J' N, LP. A"s.,,,.J A A X f, nw' .Z M, f' " I 5 Q 'f'7 fm' A lr i frr, 5! Y, lib, 11,4 - 1 ? , ZX U , ,fw :Z L 15 , ,, !ff,,4'W ' ' , , U, 14 '- 4 ffn 1: ' 5 X, 3 , K 'H W X ,f afyw' ' A-t 4 ,Q , , w. 4, I 'S it A N , A M M 1 - 11 Y , 2 , I' A CITY FRANCIS WELCH HARTZELL WHYTE THE 1956 KANGAROO , . H xv N XX . r 'Q Q . V: , MJ ,Zu ,M . W . "5 V ' 3 "' Q' x A A A win fi? A I A ,-. l ,114 xxx X I 7, 'f as ,I Rf QI law senlors ,Gag . ff W , -..!i AAL I f .J v-wp fsqnuuaa-r 3. I DORIS YENDES VIRGIL YOUNG law graduate CLARK RIDPATH SXHW Qs imqyw. i. f Xggwp I SC 5 f ,wfuqgak , 'WYE' ,W x X 'Km-1 A A AAAA dental seniors DONALD A. ADAMS JOHN M. ADAMS NORMAN E. AKER . I fa T215?i , ?Q M rifflf. QC A A ROBERT D. ALEXANDER aaaa 3 'I CHARLES R. AMEN K ' Q IE BILL L. ARCHER WWW'-su 4' WC ROBERT B. ARMSTRONG RUEUS E. BELL RUSSELL M. BILLINGS 5-I' P RICHARD R, BLACK I CHARLES V. BROCK ' "iv-'J' GLENN C. BRUNKHORST UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY 0 ' H fi dental seniors 'inf' 'iv 1' Qqld ,,..- W' VBRFQ, Xisvk ""5'5W...q, KTTH t ' RS JAMES M. CALLENDER HOWARD E- CLEMENTS ROBERT 1. COOPER Q 'A R' A 'fm-N, 5 jz . w xx RQ .L R A 'Vi CHARLES W. COTTON BARON'VON SHLAGWASSER KEITH E. 'CRANE DONALD G. CROSBY PAUL R. DEATHERAGE RICHARD R. DRISKO 'R V. ' QS , I X PAUL DUTTON T MAX L. EDMONDSON A E. M. EIDSON I . ' 1 5 I Q , . ..., X .. 5 . ., ,. . ,....,, .,..., fy gin.:-g4.,'.. M , Q: ." . , f, Q., -QI, . . 72 'a T- . . f .lrffgwf-L4ff-f329hf--: ...Q I , fun f T. f -45 wffQfZW:.fi:4f'iVz ' ' " " " f ' LARRY L. FELKNER ADOLF A. FORTUNA s 2314. Q Vigywrg, V, T .. E-.. ,.. ,. V I ?MQ'R:?., ,R f2?51gwg5gf2: f' ,R ,JL . .,' wear" Ylrz.-m-R , 4-1' 7. if L 121' V . I 'V L.. -. V f. f. X'W?ffW , .4 TOM E. FREEMAN CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO ,gffjT"5Iff+3g5'4 '-.3Rf7fggQQ'5N ,E 1 31,3 tif" A Q 5 1 ff, UW! 70 42751.45 .ff . , . . f 'J .. Rf . 5 1. , -Qfxgg f ,. 5,1 f ,if MMT ? f 7. . ' ,,,,,WW,,,7MNWWWf, I f .ff 7 'f Wgffhfzcai 'yafy' I , fW,.,V, fwmmg f if V . .. Zap ,. I, f f 'WL . f R Wi.. f ff 1 5. ' I iff .' wx . ' ,Wy gf' 4 MLW.. any V. f' My ' ' ' 'J iw + Q . 1 emu ' fa ' ' M may I W.. fm I 'W 1' ,, .. W ,U .7 , 'MZ ,. 44' W I ' ,, ,Q ,. , , I W, I ' L., ,kg yy.,-I , K L ' ., 929' X I x A 'K ,S 15, , f 5 ,f f S7 Sw. ' t, ,. ,sw S. Q 1 I f fffwvq, ,..r' ' f W 1 f Av .. . IM - ff.,4Vf.4 -1 ff 'X 375, wcf'iQ--...,,fdff: , " af 4 . IZ , S ,. 'fr I' X . f , ,W .. 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I TP UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY N '75, - A6 I O A dental seniors I f..f5q ' 'RW-W-R--J f' HOWARD M. HOLLINGSWORTH JEROME E. HOLTZMAN ' NM SALVATORE IANNAZZO zIi+-,!77 A ,,,f ' 553, X. ' If 4. Rx mf . Q f n Q E 4 , Sw v R M Q ' QI X ' I1 ss ,f 'ERE 'X 89' ' IW! 'wi' K.. A JAY N. JEPPSEN A Nw E ALAN KEIMIG , E. I JAMES R. RIENE f ff W M Mag? A Q I ,g if w X f , ,gm 1,-If me' "N 41' 3 if , , 'Y ENE 1 ff? Y 51494 f A, EC M y Q A .I IQ, Es. E f -1 ,Z , E. af, 2' X ' - sf fy fff.. . Q XX W X ZA? f I R 2 X ' X ,, QAM 1 X Q I 1 A Q ff E RRI' fx R I ,W , 1 044 N MN 'IQ I ' ..A. gr if I ' OX FREDERICK C. LAUER ROBIN B. LEE 3 - If RICHARD LINE ,I . 5 x . V X . ' Z! V, I x . , 9 X I 1 r gms 12 1,5 NX I 1 A I M I ' A . I .7 fi A f fwx W K , 1 K 4' I gif nw .III 1 4 5,1 2 'Q iyw HENRY LOEWEN AGAMEMNON SCRIVENEAU EUGENE L. LUJAN 5, Av.. nu, ,102 '1f""" THOMAS H. MCTAGUE CHESTER H. MARSH ISAO MASUNAGA SAS CITY THE 1956 KANOAROO -qnfflx. 7 A . fy, I Q13 V f'f"f, . . - ' WA K mv QR 1 -A .W , "7 , V , .ff ,rv-R 6, ,.fY2,,7"' " f .- ' 'fiitgy Q Aww .S ,V I , 'lwyf fn 77, g ,',, ' 7 N S ' 1 ," .- Q5 V wa f,W,, , R ,J .f I ,gwf H ,I A I S ,ff Qfwffw' Gfffffxv, X , I yy I K, I ,ff ,W , ,Wf f S : T E 6, xxx, v 1 X I .xx A 5 z f - X N67 I , , at X - , 'f Lf' T, if' , 'ik X A X ' R C l I A Ns' X A XS ,,fQ' - 'QNX Mr' 1s""' wx A WW 1 vn-new , ,,,4 L M, .K , Wg X , Q Rf- .W . , , I A . f ,, ff A i z Q A7770 X. A W f ' , ,,,,,,, . V! SL wx A X- gijf, ,, .SR X .SUM 1 A 1. xi' ' , Q5 fb Rr A f Q. ff' ' J nm, 'Wx '27 S i' ZZ 1 , , LY ? QtiRx , vi? finlv... dental seniors ELZIE MILLER, JR. DARWIN G. WHIZZ ROBERT G. MITCHUM JOHN C. MONTGOMERY BOBBY T. MOUDY FRANK J. ORTO J. MAHLON OZMUN PAUL R. PERME LOREN E. PETERMAN DONALD M. PETERSON JACK L. PIERCE SAMUEL E. PITCHER EDWARD L. PUTNAM D. DEAN RAY THEODORE C. RIEGELMAN UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY el C I dental seniors GEORGE R. RIGBY HAROLD K. RITTER MILTON L. ROWE LAWRENCE T. SCHOECH KARL SCHULTZ MITSURU SHIRAKI WILLIAM R. SMITH CHARLES D. SNEED JERRY B. SOUTHERN J. FARRAGUT HALSEY THQMAS D. STALZER JAMES R. STITH Ex K X I X bf I N . .. Q.. P izfifglfs 'fix-. X.: 5 .. . ,vi X SSE .f-,J ...X - K., X ,59..,X,,QXw X , .X . . 1 X ' ' X . . . ' . - . f zfrvlmq '21- Aro I A W iw ff .4 + ,W , . A 1 . 'mi .sa-1 . ' I Nw . f 'Aix w f f A S iff' - .X R N "S"-1 , 'QR ix L X1 ,NX . L 1 . , ,I y v K ' M. -, ' jk . -X X,,.,A:X H Havgix, ' sw - . Q I f ' ""95'iW:5 1 5: .Q . ZX is N, . . 51 ffwgg-.5 ' ' xl A ' 7 . ,. If xiilw' . A U: ." 'I' "y'f . aykgf, , A- WZA xXx? , . 15 . . . f 2 -vw. ' -. ' ' 'I , 4 ami X1 ff' .. Q , I 0 .,.., " ' ' A?-I'-2 . ,, 1 Ja.. , 1 ,I . U X f. 4, I -gg., , 41' A A I N Sw, , -M - W I v,, . ' H f . ' N3 5,40 . .sw " fu M A., ,,-575 .Q WIQNS ft w".,ffWwvg.4 t Q 4 x X Q. ,A .' v - ,WH 47 P 1. .Ae V ra .1 .fagw,fQf4f,f,f., gwixxl X ff -' f 4. . .V I 7 ,, M gg... 4, .f . WMU , .,,A. fpgxx .45 4 I . X? f ,XX N .1 ' ff ' f I Wf1eQw AA.R. ' X gg! A . .04 .Af 1 f I am., .. f' , ff fi J M. 5 11 KX X X . . ' ,nan X . FR .f if .1 ' - ,ZWZV ,w ' A , f' .. 'X' A f 'WW W, ' I wwf' I 5 I Em., 5 . fg mit' 1, , 2 ' A Xiggigg f EXXXXXQ :...T..iX..2,.X . . X AAI' Qui' 27 f . 7, mf, sk X ,f 4 . .13 ,fwf-Mmm 1 .f:.X. , f liffmfmf '- . zkfwfzfwf X . in X -ff f' M541 ' . ' ,uf ff ,ZZ if ' X , X X ,xx I ,X X 1 I I 1 an fl n 'K W A X . .X . In - hAr:Q,.1f...-.qwf.fM1-wwf....Wh . 1 f . -1.,,Qw ,QNX JOHN M. STONES EUGENE L. SVUANEY THOMAS K. TANAKA as CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO gI.X . X X.,,XX. XXX, W .X XX . X ., X X 'L . L , .ff 1' 4 ,Magik 'N XX . . 'V U91 X X A 'fav 1. J .X .X A X P X X1 ..X,.w . ,X X '9 0. f I XWMLW, QKX .X 5 I. W. .XXXNXXXMN .W X dental seniors de' A-mwwf' ' 4 'WFP' ,T 'fvk mm. ew -mv' 'H'-H 2, S ,. N 1..- I , f,, Z ,ffm , 1 W . . flfid 5?731 KW ffm ma. ., A I :XX 1 X' ,' J 4 ' J, ,KNNN I " A Qmqfwm :Rv E ,wwf-v X lilfxxgl N 'A A N. .ii .. AX . ff S . ff , Wad' -Qmiiiw' NAS Sf? f 'I 1- 1 .1 f 1 1 fg 'Wx iffy? QR , Q X, f xr of 'CNW' 'Sl ff 'Q' 4 ff 334+ ,N f I S ,Q A B 'Stiff' XJ ggilgx fx i X. if . ,w fifif JQAN NW" Nw 1 wiv 4' 3293. 1'-wwf? ""lj"'S"'ui'- I W ARTHUR M. TANNER J GENE E. TATE ' JACK J. THOMAS WILLIAM C. THORNE B4 JOHN J. TRAVIS CHARLES E. VIETH ROBERT K. WEBB C LEE D. WIGHT BOB E. WILKINS 712459751 T DELOIT R. WOLFE JOE B. WOODSON LLOYD A. WOODWARD ALLAN K. YOUNG CLAUDE T. YOUNG UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY TH1 dental graduates W. M. BENIGHT J. C. BROWN R. D. BOICE - nf' w 5' 'W , Cf' 1.-fm. A rf. 0 1 : li .Q Q ff . , X W . X ' 'R"""1 :WWW .. T R ..,,-, V., X , W . , X . , v V N f .-:ML RN Xx X Q-. , - N X X .... wr-A1 .fm kb ig X R ' K . , .Y , Q 'K , iw!-'QQ , :RX c 334. N1 I ' -W-4 wma . ska . K 'f fa? 5. ,Sw Q +4 J 'ia fi? X' 5 . Q B. B. BURMESTER R G. H. COE, JR. S. P. COHEN C. W. CONROY J. W. COPELAND T. W. FELLOWS M, R. MOORE R. W. RADKE 21 2 4 . W WV "f',i l F -N X R - XVI 1 ' ' XX f, '11 , Y Vi 13 4 4.7 w gsy, 4 ,f Ai . B. W R . 5' M f, . . 4 Z ...s ,vein .xl . ly 5 5 X. ff" W.. , , if ff! X X R R X l 25255 A f , Wx - f R A E . f 1. Q . XRSER .Q f W 1 ,ya ,ff 2 fyibj ' f W7 4 'WM f. R ' 3 Qfsfvzwff - . , Q K . -XFN.. , . .Q QQA. 25 .fa X' ,f ' ., N E WV- wr T v. ' .R , A E Ai. . ZH' Ni A S -.MQ Q u. 4- ' if , ,f . X- 'W' ! E-411. BSR HQ -vig 4, Us . X fs gif , ' ' 517. 1 ffm pf. K. W. SHONS ' pharmacy senlors . ,..4 , ,V -,., gh HW ' v F V ROBERT M. AULGUR " 15? "' EDDIE VERNON BALES FAYETTE SHIELDS BAKER Ziff 'igfmn-:uw pw I . W' ,, Xl-. .. ffffiw ' Hu tm wg., W, gil W X f, H ,W YQ .'.- -- , 1' 5 'avi' Wwzffifi' 71 f M21 f . l. f 4 .41 Q ,. 5 fi' 14255, CW I 2? f W ffmw ' . -H . Q -,,fjwm,'h f ff ' Z.rffw,y,f4V, mf . , ' f . , A fiyitf ,V mf i:?f4Vgff A , ,M , . My W . . kj , Og . . . , WU , L, A414 H ' 54 fn, pp M 'f ,jc ., .1 gy-:,',,wWyg af, , yy, .. 'Rv 572 f' f I I - C3 A5 CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO 4 I 1, I. I 1 I I I, is I3 'S ,S I , Q 1 Q AA pharmacy seniors I busi ' QQ, ' Kg, , 'QA Il I 'ww' , R ' Z ',,, , 1 55 ' f I A Q N-'f I I . I ' If I Nfl ,H Q-M lx! 239--Sag 'i I 'Q ,I I ei TI I 'I I ,I, ,-I, II, Ii I I V I I L .N J fx M IM gi 1 I EM If II 153 ix, E31 5. il Q1 4. I I '49 I 7 ,,1,,v,,.,. , x f ' A V J I . . V hh, .., L . I , jf ' '- Li-.. Q Q. . f QS .Q I, U ff ,, I ' , ' " I f ' Z , , I 'Eg 'hy I ...,"',?' I ff f, ., f ' I 5 ,W ,fi 'Ni' K A? ,f, 4 I f . , ' W ., p XX " W ' .-, Nuff , T f fffil. - S f f, A ' R S fj . ', .I " N., wwf Q .j:,y f' 'J ' f' , Qi: NI ,E if S S , ' "Ng '7 ' f, " , ' ' . ,f f' ff E' ' H Sf S -I ' f f S-X S -1 S 1 avfigfff RZ ff, ff I 4 ,, - . , ,, , , ,.1. , , I , ,. , X' ' , . , ' - .-1 fbigzaif ' ff NN I 31 711 , ff, ' ff - TV' 'iiiwvwl I 1 E If ew- - f. Sb'-,, x I , I , , .X I , , -I X ,Ai .0 l 2 2 ' ,f I ,Y Q ' ' 2' f, f i If l f X 7, , QI. I F If ,X J, n . A I n I f I I V' , rx I , ar . xr , fi ., . .LL...n....L. ,-x.k Q V A ARLENE NELSON BRUNER MARVIN J. DORSEY ALBERT P. DUNAGIN KENNETH G. FINKLE PATRICIA GROH LOUIE SEMICOLON ROLAND LOHMAR SHIRLEY MCVEY MARTIN JAMES MORRISEY EDDIE ARTHUR MORROW WILLIAM OSBORN DEAN B. PESKIN EOL W I El I R C edt I 4 I N 4 I , 2? 15, If' Mi f ff ! X Zi! ff' V I 'Q fAR-of 9? . Sf QS I , ,wwf .NIS , frfff X MA ffff fupvw fc ,Q M f W"f ,w , V4 X 47 L7 ' f' "f EW, , Eff, ff, . X ,Md . , , WW! EDWARD RQSEN ERNEST S JOBLOM pharmacy graduate ROBERT L. WOLF UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY I THE business seniors EOD NHOJ WILLIAM E. BARRETT LEROY E. CORNWELL EUGENE DENONOVICH JOHN A. DINWIDDIE, JR. BERNARD ERBER ROBERT A. FISHMAN RICHARD M. GARNER RICHARD A. WIEBE GERALD K. YOUNGE education seniors DOROTHY CARRINGTON ANN CRAWFORD CAROL A. CROSSWHITE PAYE GLENN SANDRA G. GREENBERG THE 195 6 KANGAROO f ' I ,.f 1 , fl. , , , :, I? MTV ., If sax 2 , ,M ' :W , I :W ..f 1 1 . , M1 I ' '. A f f. ,wax A - ,wx I 'F 1 I M Wiiyjizg rg ,UN XX I f .ww if I A 5? X New I 5 3 X Ikf 'rf I 1 mi: ' mr X N ep' I , .5 J 'f ,J :- f E Qfff xlib VV , f -.. I W f X! 5 1 3 -75' Zi' -1, , h.-1 Z :Q vw .4 ,, 3.1 . , if f A 7 ,J M g ' We -rf X " I BZ .- A vt, 3 T ,,... f fu . Z 1 'wal' Ax ' , education seniors . BARBARA A, GROOMS If SARAH L. HATCI-IBR BOBBY RASKOLNOVITCHAKOV ETAOIN SHRDLU BEVERLY MASON HATLEY MARY ANN HUFF ajT,Xj.f f A 3 fx 5 I V ' Wufi . . N 'S""f4w . sv -, 'V I .. E ., , 47,1 ix , X I ffw'7 - .I ' ' ' I Lxtqlif C' I I ww I f - - , 'N' df' 5 4 kin IS f , B 5 A 19:1 l 1 N85 - x 1? 'Y Q X "N . ,M ig ,,, , I ww.. , ,, I A NTI-S, A . I f 1 'X f ' if Rv . 5. ,I . K S . .25," -"W e i XX K K . ' . A A , O W. .W I W X f ,paw R S Ze- 1 A A A , - 9.5: ' 7, , 5 . . I. , W If , 1 11 A ' A ff Q K . I .Mg Rkxx M! I A BSN Bi g ky, ku , at K Fld fy f X my R Liv 4 X xfff,2"'2fx9 , C f 1 fm X 0,251 47 X A ! ! . Q -4 f 5 CARL A. KENT ALICE W. MCATEE BETTY ANN RANDALL W ea-3 I Nd E . 9 I CELIA RODRIGUEZ A I Q, RUTH RUECKERT ' NANCY SOMMERS 2 I ' X ADAM Phi A 1 "Bab BOLEIN BROOI Liahc BURKJ secre Hell: Frenf Fall BURLIE Cam' Stucle CARR, Ame CLAFE Delta Univ Nurr Com CRUM Alpl Rep: CUMM DATTQ Orie DAVIS Alpl DES I presi DOUG Easy DUCA FASSIK Rec: A Fall GEPFC HAGI' pres HALL, pres Uni' lege HALL, dem Elec Con HAM! Scro trea: Clul HARIN Clas mitt D- ,If . W' ' wmv' I I ,Qt ,wg l MARCIA SPEER 9' JOANNA WEISSBECK IX. ' education graduate DONALD D. DORRBLL UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY JONEI Que tion THE JV ite is CITY liberal arts seniors, activities A ADAMS, JOHN KENNETH, Music. Torch and Scroll, Dean's List, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, vice-president, secretary, French Club, A Cappella Choir, "Argosy of Song", "Don Giovanni", "Babar", University Orchestra Soloist. B BOLEN, MERLYN E., Psychology. Psi Chi. BROOKS, RONALD WALTER, Psychology. Psi'Chi, President of Liahona Fellowship. BURKE, SUZANNE, English Literature. Snow-Ball Queen, Pep Club, secretary, Sigma Beta, president, secretary, rush captain, Pan- Hellenic Representative, treasurer, Newman Club, Easy Chair, French Club, Election Committee, Committee on Committees, Fall Frolic Dance Chairman. , BURLESON, NOEL DAVID, Sociology. Torch and Scroll, Psi Chi, Canterbury Club, Deep Springs Scholar, Council on World Affairs, Student Conference on National Affairs. C CARR, DANIEL OSCAR, Chemistry. Dean's List, Torch and Scroll, American Chemical Society, vice-president. CLAFFEY, JUDY HOUGHTLIN, English. Sigma Beta, Who's Who, Delta Alpha, Freshman Steering Committee, Senior Class secretary, University News business manager, Easy Chair, president, Editor, Number One, Student Council, Roost, Publications, and Elections Committees. CRUMMETT, WILLIAM JOSEPH, Music. Dean's List, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Tau Kappa Nu, secretary, Inter-Fraternity Council Representative, A Cappella Choir. CUMMINS, HOWARD ELTON, Biology. Torch and Scroll. D DATTILO, PHILLIP JOHN, Biology. American Chemical Society, Orientation Group Leader. DAVIS, LEODIS, Chemistry. American Chemical Society, president, Alpha Phi Omega, secretary, Panel of Americans. DES ISLETS, ROBERT EUGENE, Spanish. Spanish Club, vice- president, French Club, A Cappella Choir. DOUGLAS, JAMES BRUCE, History and Philosophy. Dean's List, Easy Chair, vice-president, History Club. DUCATE, ROBERT HUDSON, Economics. F FASSIG, ELIZABETH, Sociology. Sigma Beta, president, Women's Recreational Association, president, Torch and Scroll, Pep Club, Fall Frolic Committee, Orientation Committee. ' G GEPFORD, CHERYL TURECHEK, Psychology. Sigma Beta. H HAGIWARA, MICHIO PETER, Foreign Languages. French Club, president, Spanish Club, German Club. HALL, MARIAN RILEY, Psychology. Psi Chi, SCCICIZIYQ Delta Omega, president, Pan-Hellenic Council Representative, Canterbury Club, University News Staff, Intramurals, Orientation Committee, Col- lege Day Committee. HALL, ROLAND ALLEN, SR., Psychology. Canterbury Club, presi- dent, Psi Chi, vice-president, French Club, Panel of Americans, Election Commissioner, Orientation Committee, College Day Committee. 1 HAMMONDS, CECIL N., JR., Chemistry. Dean's List, Torch and Scroll, Who's Who, Alpha Phi Omega, secretary, German Club, treasurer, American Chemical Society, vice-chairman, Newman Club, Kangaroo Staff. HARMON, JAMES C., History. Dean's List, Who's Who, Senior Class treasurer, German Club, Cosmopolitan Club, Roost Com- mittee, Publications Committee. .I JONES, WYNONA, Home Economics. University Players, secretary, Queen of Bums, Barbara Storck Poetry Contest, honorable men- tion, "My Sister Eileen." THE 1956 KANGAROO K KATZ, ARTHUR HOWARD, History and Government. Torch and Scroll, Dean's List, Who's Who, Alpha Club, president, vice- president, secretary, Student Council, treasurer, Alpha Phi Omega, president, treasurer, Inter-Fraternity Council, president, Pep Club, Cosmopolitan Club, University News Staff, Kangaroo section editor, Orientation, Fall Frolic chairman, Turkey Hop chairman. KAUFMAN, LEIBERT, Psychology. Dean's List, Psi Chi. KLASSEN, JOE, History and Government. Torch and Scroll, Who's Who, Dean's List, Bounders, secretary, 'Student Council, secretary, Senior Class, vice-president, History and Government Club, secretary- treasurer, Teachers Now Training, Student Conference on National Affairs, Publicity Committee, chairman, Orientation Dance Com- mittee. ' KRAFT, SARAH, History. Torch. and Scroll, president, Delta Alpha, Dean's List, Who's Who, French Club, president, Sigma Beta, Panel of Americans, chairman, Publications Committee, Who's Who Committee, chairman, Orientation Group Leader, Kangaroo Hop Princess: KROSS, CELIA SUE, Psychology. Panel of Americans, secretary- treasurer, Psi Chi, secretary-treasurer. M MARIA, HANNA JUDEH, Chemistry. Dean's List, Torch and Scroll. MEADOWS, RAYMOND CARLYLE, Biology and Education. 0 OLSON, CARMEN LOIS, Home Economics. French Club, Women's Intramural Award, University News Staff, Election Committee of Student Council, Activities at Drury College, Springfield, Mo. P PETERSEN, HOWARD H., Music Education. Tau Kappa Nu, vice- president, A Cappella Choir, University Orchestra, Teachers Now Training, Intramural Council, Fall Frolic Committee, Orientation Committee, Intramural Sports. POWELL, WINONA KAY, Music, Mu Phi Epsilon. R REEBLE, MARLENE, Voice and Public School Music. Sigma Alpha Iota, president, German Club, University Orchestra Soloist, A Cappella Choir, "Don Giovanni." . ROBINSON, BERNICE, Home Economics. RODRDIGUEZ, M. CARMEN, Spanish. Torch' and Scroll, Spanish Clu . ROSS, MARY LOU, English Literature. Dean's List, Easy Chair, president, Sigma Beta, vice-president, Number One, business manager, Panel of, Americans, Newman Club, Who's Who Committee Chairman, Elections Committee. SCHRYVER, MARION BURR, Englishq French Club, secretary, Easy Chair, Teachers Now Training. - SCOTT, WILLIAM, Spanish. Torch and Scroll, Spanish Club, president, vice-president, SNAPP, ROBERT BRUCE, JR. Economics. SPICER, PENNY CHARLENE, Psychology. Psi Chi. STEPHENSON, ARTUR TRAFTON, History and Government. Who's Who, Liberal Arts Senior Class, president, Student Council, president, Bounders, vice-president, "Most Fascinating Man". STEPHENSON, JOANN WELCH, English Literature. Who's Who, Delta Alpha, Sigma Beta, president, Easy Chair, secretary, Number One, Panel of Americans, Kangaroo Hop Queen. STOVER, ALBERT WILLIAM, German. German Club. SUNDEEN, RICHARD SWAN, History and Government. W WILSON, ARTHUR HARRISON, Music. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, president, Tau Kappa Nu, Orientation Group Leader, A Cappella Choir. WILSON, VIOLA B., Sociology. Torch and Scroll. Y YERBY, SUE BOLTON, Psychology. Psi Chi, "A Doll's House", 91 law seniors, activities BEITLING S. RICHARD, Law. Dean's List, Phi Delta Phi, president, Wills Contest Winner, Election Commissioner, Young Democratic Club, president, Law Day, Publicity Committee. BUFORD, WINSTON VALLERY, Law. Phi Delta Phi, magister. BRENNAN, CHARLES JOSEPH, Law. B.A., Kansas City University, Torts Award, Phi Alpha Delta, vice-justice, Board of Governors. C CADY, ELWYN LOOMIS, Law. B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Missouri Uni- versity, Iowa State College, Phi Alpha Delta, Election Corn- missioner. CALVIN, EDWARD E., Law. B.S., University of Iowa, Dean's List, Legal Aid, Phi Alpha Delta, Corporation Award, Judge, Ellison Moot Court Competition. CAPRA, GEORGE J., Law. B.S., Rockhurst College, Legal Aid, Phi Delta Phi, St. Thomas More Society, Law Review, alternate- president of Board of Governors. COPE, JAMES R., Law. Delta Theta Phi. D DUNCAN, MORRIS, Law. Phi Delta Phi. E ELLIFF, KENNETH J., Law. Dean's List, Law Review, Phi Delta Phi, pledge trainer, Legal Aid staff member and assistant. F FEIRING, ROBERT, Law. Phi Delta Phi. FOERSCHLER, ROBERT H., Law. A.B., University of Kansas, Phi Delta Phi, Board of Governors. FITZGERALD, JOHN LAWRENCE, Law. B.S., Rockhurst College, Dean's List, St. Thomas More Society, Moot Court Finalist, Ctr Editor Law Review,, Intramurals, Freshman Award. FREMONT, ERNEST H., JR., Law. Dean's List, Law Review, Legal Aid, Phi Delta Phi, treasurer, Moot Court, Young Democrats, president, Board of Governors. G GILBERG, TILLY, Law. Dean's List, Kappa Beta Pi, recording registrar, Moot Court, Legal Aid. GRISSINGER, KENNETH I., Law. Dean's List, Board of Governors, Phi Alpha Delta, Legal Aid, Obiter Dicta, Moot Court. HANSON, LYLE M., Law. Legal Aid, Phi Alpha Delta, justice, marshal, Moot Court.' K KAUT, JAMES, Law. KLEIN, MARK JEROME, Law. B.S., Missouri University, Phi Alpha Delta, Student Council. I. LACY, WILLIAM SETH, Law. A.B., B.S., University of Kansas, Board of Governors, secretary, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Kappa Psi, Law Day Committee. LAURENT, CARL, Law. Phi Alpha Delta. M MCPHERSON, BROCK, Law. Phi Alpha Delta, Board of Governors, Law Review, Comments, editor, Legal Aid, Winner Moot Court, Chief Justice University Student Council Court, Who's Who. MEACHAM, ROBERT E., Law. Phi Alpha Delta. MONAGHAN, JOHN, Law. MILONE, JOHN, Law- O O'DONNELL, MARTIN J., JR., Law. A.B., Rockhurst, Phi Delta Phi, Moot Court, judge. O'LEARY, TIMOTHY D., Law. A.B., Missouri University, Dean's List, Board of Governors, Phi Kappa Psi, Legal Aid, Phi Delta Phi. P PENDERGAST, JAMES FRANCIS, Law. B.S.S., Georgetown Uni- versity, Moot Court, Phi Delta Phi, Young Democrats, treasurer. . R ROMANO, ANTHONY JOSEPH, Law. Board of Governors, treas- urer, Legal Aid, Newman Club, Moot Court, Obiter Dicta, co- editor, Law Review, associate editor. S SAWYER, DANIEL D., Law. Dean's List, Board of Governors, co- t Theta Phi dean Obiter Dicta Staff president, Del a A, 5 . l SHAW LEONARD, Law. Phi Alpha Delta, Dean's List, Student , n 1 Council Representative, Board of Governors, vice-president, Panel of Americans, Who's Who Committee, Who's Who. SPENCER, JAMES WILSON, Law. Board of Governors, Legal Aid, Phi Delta Phi, Moot Court Key Winner. SWADE, LEONARD, Law. Phi Alpha Delta. T TARVER, DELMER, Law. TERRY, GENE, Law. Dean's List, Phi Delta Phi, Moot Court Finalist, Legal Aid. TRIMBLE, JAMES G., Law. Board of Governors, Phi Alpha Delta, Moot Court. W WELCH, FRANCIS, Law. Phi Delta Phi, Dean's List, Activities at Rockhurst College. WHYTE, HARTZELL, Law. B.S., Kansas State College, Phi Delta Phi, pledge captain, Legal Aid, SCCICIZIY-IICZSUICIQ Board of Governors, Moot Court, judge. ' Y YENDES, DORIS, Law. Phi Delta Delta, vice-president, Cho Chin, Moot Court, judge, Who's Who, Board of Governors, secretary, Legal Aid, chairman, Associate Editor Obiter Dicta, Pandex, editor. YOUNG, VIRGIL, Law. Phi Delta Phi. dental seniors' activities A ADAMS, DONALD A., Freeman, Missouri. Ottawa University, Kan- sas State Teachers College. - ADAMS, JOHN M., Freeman, Missouri. Ottawa University, Kansas State Teachers College. AKER, NORMAN E., Topeka, Kansas. Washburn University. Delta Sigma Delta, Periodontics Appointment. ALEXANDER, ROBERT D., Sedalia, Missouri. Central Missouri State College. Delta Sigma Delta, Crown and Bridge Appointment. AMEN, CHARLES R., Loveland, Colorado. University of Colorado. Delta Sigma Delta, Dental Anatomy Appointment. ARCHER, BILL L., Cushing, Oklahoma. University of Oklahoma. Psi Omega. ARMSTRONG, ROBERT B., Corydon, Iowa. University of Iowa. Dental Medicine Appointment. 92 B BELL, RUFUS E., Mineral Springs, Arkansas. Arkansas State Teachers College, University of Arkansas. Periodontics Appoint- ment. BILLINGS, RUSSELL M., Provo, Utah. Brigham Young University. Xi Psi Phi, Pedodontia Appointment. BLACK, RICHARD R., Provo, Utah. Southern Illinois Normal University, Brigham Young University. Xi Psi Phi, Pathology Appointment. BROCK, CHARLIE V., Lawton, Oklahoma. Cameron State, Baylor University. Xi Psi Phi, rush chairman, entertainment chairman of 1954 Bushwhacker. BRUNKHORST, GLENN C., Denver, Colorado. Denver University. Delta Sigma Delta. UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CIT CALLEN rado. A Dental CLEMEI' Utah. COOPEE of Ka COTTOI Colleg sentati CRANE Delta CROSBY Collet DEATH Misso and I DRISKK Univ: DUTTC Wask Delta Presit whacl Intern EDMOI Psi 1 Sigm EIDSOl Xi 1 Endo FELKN versi' Cour tee, FORTI Univ Delt: FREEIV Colle Perit FUKUI FUNK Psi I FURR, Psi' l dont GEASI eastc GLASC Okl: Delt GRASJ Coll GREEl Phi tics GRIM Sign GUIN Clas GUN! vers HAGI Del' HAR! Okl HARI Stat Fre: Ped HEIM B.S. HOLI sas HOL'l hur THE ernors, Court, o. i Delta . Dean's ni Delta m Uni- reasurer. s, treas- icta, co- iors, co- Student t, Panel gal Aid, it Court ia Delta, ivities at hi Delta hoard of ho Chin, secretary, x, editor. nsas State Appoint- University. is Normal Pathology ate, Baylor : chairman University. KANSAS CIT C CALLENDER, JAMES M., Arvada, Colorado. University of Colo- rado. Delta Sigma Delta, worthy master, Interfraternity Council, Dental Medicine and Mercy Hospital Pedodontia Appointments. CLEMENTS, E. HOWARD, Salt Lake City, Utah. University of Utah. Pedodontia Appointment. COOPER, ROBERT J., Salina, Kansa. Kansas Wesleyan, University of Kansas. Xi Psi Phi, Diagnosis Appointment. COTTON, CHARLES W., Leslie, Arkansas. Arkansas State Teachers College. Vice-President Sophomore Class, Student Council repre- sentative, vice-president Senior Class. CRANE, KEITH F., Salt Lake City, Utah. University of Utah. Delta Sigma Delta. CROSBY, DONALD G., Stanberry, Missouri. Arkansas Polytechnic College. Xi Psi Phi, Intermural Tennis, Basketball, Track. DEATHERAGE, PAUL RANDALL, Moody, Missouri. Southwest Missouri State College. Xi Psi Phi, Basketball, Football, Crown and Bridge Appointment. DRISKO, RICHARD R., Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Oklahoma Baptist University, Oklahoma A 84 M. Periodontia Appointment. DUTTON, PAUL, Smith Center, Kansas. Kansas State College, Washburn University, University of Kansas City. Delta Sigma Delta, assistant basketball coach, coach and captain of golf team. President Freshman Class, Student Council representative, Bush- whacker photographer, vice-president Letterman's Club. Pedontia Internship Mercy Hospital and Cleft Palate Appointment. EDMONDSON, MAX L., Cassville, Missouri. University of Arkansas. Psi Omega rush captain and treasurer. Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta. EIDSON, E. M., Monticello, Arkansas. University of Arkansas. Xi Psi Phi, president and secretary, president Junior Class. Endodontics Appointment. FELKNER, LARRY L., Kansas City, Missouri. Beloit College, Uni- versity of Kansas City. Delta Sigma Delta, Intramurals, Student Council representative, chairman Student Publications Commit- tee, editor, business manager, advertising manager of yearbook. FORTUNA, ADOLF A., Detroit, Michigan. Highland Park College, University of Detroit, University of Kansas City. Delta Sigma Delta, Orthodontics Appointment. FREEMAN, TOM F., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Kemper Military College, Central State College. Psi Omega, Endodontics and Periodontics Appointment. FUKUMOTO, TERUO, Honolulu, Hawaii. University of Hawaii. FUINK,hWILLIS, Hope, Kansas. Kansas Wesleyan University. Xi si P i. FURR, MONTIE L., Tucson, Arizona. University of Arizona. Xi Psi Phi, vice-president Freshman Class, fraternity treasurer. Ortho- dontia and Diagnoiss Appointments. G GEASLAND, WILLIAM G., Okmulgee, Oklahoma. Oklahoma'North- eastern State College. Softball. GLASGOW, WILLIAM R., JR., Fairview, Oklahoma. Northwestern Oklahoma Junior College, University of Kansas. Delta Sigma Delta. Endodontics Appointment. GRASSLE, HERBERT LEROY, Cabool, Missouri. A.B., Drury College. Intramurals. GREER, MAX E., Great Bend, Kansas. Oklahoma A 8: M. Xi Psi Phi program chairman, secretary Interfraternity Council. Periodon- tics Appointment. GRIMES, FLOYD J., Paok, Kansas. University of Kansas. Delta Sigma Delta, president and secretary, Interfraternity Council. GUINN, HUGH N., Casa Grande, Arizona. University of Arizona. Class representative. Blue Key Arizona. GUNNELS, CHARLES W., Newton, Kansas. Bethel College, Uni- versity of Kansas City. Delta Sigma Delta. HAGLER, JOHN L., Denver, Colorado. University of Denver- Delta Sigma Delta, treasurer. , U HARAWAY, JACKSON D., Atoka, Oklahoma. University of Oklahoma. HARRIS, SAM C., Beebe, Arkansas. Hendrix College,.A.B.l Afkamas State Teachers College, B.S. Xi Psi Phi, vice-presidentl UCP-5Uf?f Freshman Class, Intramurals, president, Intramural Council. Pedodontia Appointment. ' ' R kh rst College, I-IEIMAN, LEO VICTOR, Montrose, Missouri.. oc u BS' Intramural Basketball. Pedodontics Appointment. H0iLiNGswoRTH, HOWARD M., Hoisington, Kan-s. Kan- sas State College Xi Psi Phi. k HOLTZMAN, JEROME EDWARD, Kansas city, Missouri. Roc hurst College. Xi Psi Phi. THE 195 6 KANGAROO IANNAZZO, SALVATORE, Kansas City, Missouri. University of Kansas City. Periodontics Appointment. J JEPPSEN, JAY NORMAN, Brigham City, Utah. Brigham Young University. Delta Sigma Delta. Dental Medicine Appointment. K KEIMIG, ALAN, Torrington, Wyoming. Ottawa University, Emporia State Teachers College. Delta Sigma Delta, historian. Beta Beta Beta. KIENE, JAMES R., Kansas City, Kansas. Kansas State College, Kansas University, B.S., Psi Omega, Student Council. Periodontics Appointment. L LAUER, FREDERICK C., Queen City, Missouri. Northeast Mis- souri State College. Xi Psi Phi, Pedodontia Appointment. LEE, ROBIN B., Fort Smith, Arkansas. University of Arkansas. Xi Psi Phi, Periodontia Appointment. LINE, RICHARD, Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Dickinson College, Uni- versity of Tulsa. Psi Omega, Oral X-Ray and Diagnosis Appoint- ments. LOEWEN, HENRY, Yarrow, B. C., Canada. Tabor College, Kansas University. LUJAN, EUGENE L., Santa Fe, New Mexico. University of New Mexico, Creighton University. Xi Psi Phi, Intramural Basketball. Periodontia Appointment. M MCTAGUE, THOMAS H., Calais, Maine. Delta Sigma Delta. MARSH, CHESTER H., Highland, Kansas. Highland Junior College, University of Kansas City. Intramurals, secretary-treasurer Senior Class. Periodontia Appointment. MASUNAGA, ISAO, Wahiawa, Oahu, Hawaii. University of Hawaii. MILLER, ELZIE, JR., LaPlata, Missouri. Northeast Missouri State College. Vice-president Junior Class. MITCHUM, ROBERT G., Leavenworth, Kansas. University of Kan- sas City. Xi Psi Phi, Periodontics Appointment. MONTGOMERY, JOHN C.. Joplin, Missouri. University of Mis- souri, B.A. Delta Sigma Delta. Diagnosis Appointment. MOUDY, BOBBY T., Belleville, Arkansas. Arkansas Polytechnic College. 0 ORTO, FRANK J., Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas City Junior Col- lege, University of Kansas City, University of Kansas, B.A. OZMUN . MAHLON, El Reno, Oklahoma. University of Okla- , J homa. Psi Omega. P PERME, PAUL R., Kansas City, Missouri. University of Kansas City. Intramurals, Student Council representative, president, Intra- mural Council. N E Fort Scott Kansas 'University of Kansas PETERMAN, LORE ., , . , A.B., University of New Mexico. Psi Omega. Peridontics Ap- pointment. PETERSON, DONALD M., Idaho Falls, Idaho. University of Utah. Delta Sigma Delta, Senior Class, president, Letter in Golf. Ceramics Appointment. PHELAN, JOHN FRANKLIN, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Uni- versity of New Mexico, Missouri Valley College. PIERCE, JACK L., Joplin, Missouri. Joplin Junior College, Uni- versity of Kansas City. Xi Psi Phi. PITCHER, SAMUEL F., Topeka, Kansas. Washburn University, University of Kansas. Delta Sigma Delta. PUTNAM, EDWARD L., Arco, Idaho. Idaho State College. Xi Psi Phi. R RAY, D. DEAN, Fairfax, Missouri. Tarkio College. Delta Sigma Delta. Pedodontia and Periodontia Appointments. RIEGELMAN, THEODORE C., Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas City Junior College, University of Missouri. Psi Omega secretary. Periodontology Appointment. RIGBY, GEORGE R., Grace, Idaho. University of Utah, Ricks College, Utah State College. Ceramics Appointment. RITTER, HAROLD KEITH, Hoisington, Kansas. Fort Hays, Kansas State College, B.S., M.S. Psi Omega, junior grand master. Periodontics Appointment. ROWE, MILTON L., Kansas City, Missouri. Westminster College, University of Kansas City. Varsity Golf. 95 . S SCHOECH, LAWRENCE THOMAS, Ellis, Kansas. University of Kansas. Delta Sigma Delta. 1 ' I SCHULTZ, KARL, Lava Hot Springs, Idaho. University of Iowa, University of Utah. . H , . . SHIRAKI, MITSURU, Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii. University of Hawaii, B.S. 1 SMITH, WILLIAM R., Beloit, Kansas. Bethany College, Kansas State College. Delta Sigma Delta. Endodontics Appointment. SNEED, CHARLES DON, Jefferson City, Missouri. University of Missouri. Psi Omega. Intramurals. Periodontics and Pedodontic Appointment. l SOUTHERN, JERRY B., Miami, Oklahoma. University of Tulsa. Xi Psi Phi. STALZER, THOMAS D., Kansas City, Kansas. Kansas Junior Col- lege, University of Kansas, University of Kansas City.,Xi Psi Phi. STITH, JAMES RICHARD, Estes Park, Colorado. Colorado A 8: M: Western State College. Prosthetics Appointment. STONES, JOHN M., Downey, Idaho. Idaho State College. Xi Psi Phi, secretary-treasurer, Junior Class. Pedodontics Appointment. SWANEY, EUGENE L., Clinton, Missouri. University of Wichita, University of Missouri. Orthodontic Appointment. 'I' TANAKA, THOMAS K., Honomu, Hawaii. Southwestern College. TANNER, ARTHUR M., Hollywood, California. Minot State Teachers College, -University of Colorado, University of Denver. Delta Sigma Delta. TATE, E. GENE, Neelyville, Missouri. Arkansas State. Psi Omega, editor. ' THOMAS, JACK J., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Oklahoma A 8: M, Central State College. Psi Omega. Periodontic Appointment. THORNE, WILLIAM C., Rose Hill, Kansas. University of Colorado, University of Kansas, A.B. Delta Sigma Delta, president' of 1 Sophomore C ass. I TRAVIS, JOHN J., Norton, Kansas. Kansas University, Fort Hays State. Psi Omega. . U v VIETH, CHARLES F., Blue Springs, Missouri. Central Missouri State. W WEBB, ROBERT K., Midwest City, Oklahoma. Oklahoma Uni- versity, Oklahoma Northeastern State College. Xi Psi Phi. Periodontia Appointment. WIGHT, LEE D., Salt Lake City, Utah. University of Utah, B.S., University of Washington. Xi Psi Phi. X-Ray Appointment. WILKINS, BOB E., Little Rock, Arkansas. University of Arkansas. Xi Psi Phi. Periodontics Appointment. WOLFE, DELOIT R., Atwood, Kansas. University of Kansas, Phillips University, College of Emporia. Xi Psi Phi. Orthodontics Ap- pointment. WOODSON, JOE B., Poteau, Oklahoma. Oklahoma Military Academy, University of Oklahoma. ' WOODWARD, LLOYD A., Bethany, Oklahoma. University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City University. Delta Sigma Delta, sports captain, Intramurals, secretary of Freshman Class. Y YOUNG, ALLAN K., Honolulu, Hawaii. University of Hawaii. YOUNG, CLAUDE T., Edmond, Oklahoma. Central State College. Psi mega senator, editor, president, Student Council representative, president Professional Interfraternity Council. Endodontics and Periodontics Appointments. pharmacy seniors' activities AULGUR, ROBERT MORRIS, Pharmacy. B.A., Missouri Valley, American Pharmaceutical Association, treasurer. BAKER, FAYETTE SHIELDS, Pharmacy. Rho Chi, Alpha Phi Omega, treasurer, American Pharmaceutical Association. BALES, EDDIE VERNON, Pharmacy. B.A., Kansas University, Rho Chi, president, Student Council representative, American Phar- maceutical Association. BORING TAYLOR I., Pharmacy. Bounders, secretary-treasurer, 5 Student Council representative, American Pharmaceutical Associa- tion, Lettermen's Club. BRUNER, ARLENE NELSON, Pharmacy. American Pharmaceutical Association, secretary. DORSEY, MARVIN J., Pharmacy. DUNAGIN, ALBERT P., Pharmacy. B.S., University of Arkansas, American Pharmaceutical Association, Publications Committee. FINKLE, KENNETH G., Pharmacy. American Pharmaceutical As- sociation. GROH, PATRICIA, Pharmacy. LOHMAR, ROLAND, Pharmacy. American Chemical Society, presi- dent, American Pharmaceutical Association. McVEY, SHIRLEY, Pharmacy. American Pharmaceutical Association. MORRISEY, MARTIN JAMES, Pharmacy. B.S., Rockhurst College, American Pharmaceutical Association, president, Student Participa- tion Award, Student Court Justice, Kangaroo Staff, Who's Who Selection Committee. . MORROW, EDDIE ARTHUR, Pharmacy. American Pharmaceutical Association. OSBORN, WILLIAM, Pharmacy. Bounders, historian, Torch and Scroll, Rho Chi, Who's Who, American Pharmaceutical Associa- tion, vice-president, Intramural and Varsity Sports. PESKIN, DEAN BERNELL, Pharmacy. American Pharmaceutical Association. ROSEN, EDWARD, Pharmacy. American Pharmaceutical Association. business seniors' activities BARRETT, WILLIAM EDWIN, Accounting. Alpha Phi Omega, secretary-treasurer: Business School, athletic coordinator. CORNWELL, LEROY EUGENE, Business Administration, Account- ing. DENONOVICH, EUGENE DINWIDDIE, JOHN A., JR., Business Administration. Dean's List, A Cappella Choir. ERBER BERNARD, Business. Business School Association. FISHMAN, ROBERT AARON, Marketing. Alpha Club, Pep Club, iness chool Athletic Committee Intramural representative Bus' S , . GARNER, RICHARD MARVIN, Accounting. Student Council, vice-president, Who's Who, Bounders, president, vice-president, secretary, Business School Council, president, University Activities 94 ' Award, Fall Frolic, chairman, Orientation, chairman, Committee on Committees, chairman. HAMM, THOMAS EUGENE, General Business. SEWING, DONALD DWIGHT, Business. SPENCE, MARTHA CAROLYN, Economics-Accounting. Dean's List, Who's Who, Torch and Scroll, president, Beta Zeta, presi- dent, secretary-treasurer, Business School, secretary-treasurer, Bum Friday Committee, Fall Frolic Committee, Election Committee, Finance Committee, Orientation group chairman. WIEBE, RICHARD A., Business. Alpha Phi Omega, Spanish Club. WURTZ, JOSEPH G., Business Aclministmtion. YOUNG, GERALD KERMIT, General Business. ' UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY BRYA Trax CARR Not CRAY den Att' CROS secs of riot mit GLEI' Scr- der Sch mn GREI Nc GRO Tr: HAT W De At' of 'l tlorado, ent of t Hays 'i State. a Uni- .i Phi. 1, B.S., rkansas. Phillips cs Ap- vlilitary sity of . sports ui. Iollege. ntative, cs and , presi- ciation. Iollege, irticipa- s Who ceutical ch and Associa- .ceutical rciation. tmrnirtee Dean's a, presi- er, Bum rnmittee, sh Club. L CITY education seniors! activities BRYANT, ANN LOUISE, Elementary Education. Teachers Now Trainin . CARRINETON, DOROTHY RUTH, Elementary Education. Teachers Now Training. CRAWFORD, ANN, Elementary Education. Sigma Beta, vice-presi- dent, pledge trainer, Pep Club, Cheerleader, A Cappella Choir, Attendant to Homecoming Queen, Teachers Now Training. CROSSWHITE, CAROL ANNE, Elementary Education. Senior class secretary, Pep Club, Sigma Beta, secretary, pledge trainer, Panel of Americans, A Cappella Choir, Teachers Now Training, Elec- tions Committee, Publications Committee, Homecoming Com- mittee chairman. GLENN, FAY E., Elementary Education. Dean's List, Torch and Scroll, Delta Alpha, Who's' Who, Teachers Now Training, presi- dent, Senior Class vice-president, Student Council representative, Scholarship Award, Orientation group leader, Committee on Com- mittees, High School Day Committee. GREENBERG, SANDRA GAY, Elementary Education. Teachers Now Training, High School Day Committee. GROOMS, BARBARA ANN, Elementary Education. Teachers Now Training. HATCHER, SARAH LENA, Elementary Education. Dean's List, Who's Who, Delta Alpha, Teachers Now Training, secretary, Delta Omega, Pep Club, Pan-Hellenic Council, Outstanding Athlete Award, Women's Recreational Association, vice-president, Orientation group leader. HATLEY, BEVERLY MASON, Elementary Education. Torch and Scroll. HUFF, MARY ANN, Elementary Education. Teachers Now Training. KENT, CARL ALBERT, Education and Social Science. Teachers Now Training. MCATEE, ALICE W., Education. Torch and Scroll. RODRIGUEZ CELIA , Elementary Education. Chiko, president, secietary-treasurer, Teachers Now Training, vice-president, Cos- mopolitan Club, Snow-Ball Princess. RUECKERT, RUTH. ' SHOEMAKER, CAROL ANN, Elementary Education. Sigma Beta, treasurer. SOMMERS, NANCY, Elementary Education. SPEER, MARCIA CLARE, Elementary Education. Dean's List, Torch and Scroll, Delta Alpha, Who's Who, Senior Class, president, Sigma Alpha Iota, vice-president, recording secretary, Sigma Beta, rush chairman, secretary, Student Council representative, French Club, Teachers Now Training, A Cappella Choir, Who's Who Committee. VIETH, NANCY EDITH, Elementary Education. Teachers Now Training, High School Day participant. WEISSBECK, JOANNA MAY, Elementary Education. Torch and Scroll, Teachers Now Training, A Cappella Choir, Kangaroo section editor.. 4 :iiol-.54-Ad Turn in go' nmrtini glam, George, yo'alJ thoo! THE 195 6 KANGAROO f f ,-f .Wx f FE,- N ,,.,.4-"' -...if ,X 'Sn an 1 x LQ' f ...- - -.-..s.uu:.... f :dx on 1 . liberal arts juniors SHIRLEY ANDERSON DONALD BAIN BOB BAUGHMAN LEE ROY BRUNER JOHN CARDWELL BARBARA CARTER JOANN CHAMBERLIN DIAN CLARK PATRICIA DALTON BYRON EASTBURN DUARD ENOCH LOWELL ERICKSON MONTGOMERY WART ROBERT ERANCO JON FULTS MIKE GEGEN BEVERLY GOODBRAKE JOHN GRESS JAMES HAUGH JOHN HENDERSON MICHAEL JEWELER ROBERT KEARNEY BETTY KERN LOTHAR KRAUSE VIRGINIA KROGSDALE DAVID LONG JAN MEIERHOFE TEDDY MILLER THE 1956 KANGAROO R if . , - 1 X4 K, ff A 1 - , '22 1 A I 1 ' ff' W I R J ' Y F 'W , ' J . vi ' ' up-1 5 N 'Rf K" ,J Wx: Q A Wd J 5 , 7:5 -,,w -,E . Nl I Q, x 5 5 I . 4' I 1 51 f if I Rv X !, 5 A xi f, , R 5f"' ' f V' " x CT? 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Ia. DIANE HJERMSTAD RUSSELL JACOBSON JOHN S. KEARNS ELDON KELLER UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY . .4' -. W1 law juniors THOMAS E. KING KEVIN KIRWAN FRANK FRENZKY HOWARD LAY ARTHUR MEERS GERALDENE MILLER WILLIAM MILLER HUGO N. FRYE STEPHEN B. MILLIN KENNETH MITCHELL JOHN MORAN GEORGE H. MORGAN RICHARD REID NORMAN SANDERS EDWARD L. SIMMONS CLARENCE SPITZ IRA SCHREIBER HERMAN STEPHENSON EARL TAYLOR KENNETH TAYLOR ALLAN THORNBERRY HERBERT WALTON LEE WELLS WARREN WILLIAMS dental juniors RENO AHLVIN GLEN ALBRIGHT 5, .. V, . .X ..-C ,R f Q V ff A J. .RR Q 4 ff - .J 1.. L XX I fkf. . f 'rv '1 . +235 New -E RG, QR ,V W1 ,R I f, , ax 1 -X ' SVI", ii 'rad T4 f 4 .pm . I iqQY5,.r Q, f A ' ,I . t x X 1 ' 3 X E f Rv: ez, fs A its v X ,f f ' KX N 1 fa' . 5' -. ai .x5!h5f" C, fsimv. R A 43 X E A 3? X If if E : C X1 x - . I IR R ...G , 'N ' ge ' f, E ff? A ww! 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A gsm ' ,W 26 - M, A ,S I , ,vfkyj ,' AWS if ,,, M:,W.zW E ' 'Ax , X A fa- ti Clie--am, Qx :',,,,,,1f V , XX 252. ff -70, 3 . , 4 Y' Ki' 1 ' a .. 4' X.. 5 , X ff, fam 'iff fb .Nil XX ,WN ,f ' .I fi Y -R QSO' IRE A . N , 5 3, 1 fa' .pf ff-4 ,Q fa ff 'Vai wx 2' 4,-wha Q ,, ff fy ff' I int! Q I ,Aw KY' X , ,, ,M X JE U' TW .L,f ' ff " 7, M, f ,279 A Xgi , S f I' , X, fzL.:J -N, ,-499' mx x N .R 5' TW" ,lr fm, S 'X ,MV ,, X W AJ X, WR I, I' A I 4,1 ff, ef. X" . - M W -4' . X ' 5-,ff iiiixgx X,.UX 4- X , E .ml .ang U 'V , , C ,f QSEXX . H, ,V f X-Xp? Q ' f I, u n X ,zf I 'gb , nw '54 ,X - -Mfg, SvS"Jf,f X X fn ,,f,,, Xa 5 WAXPV f, , ffm f f' Xxjkg S. .X ig ' ff N X SQL X X.,.. ,, ga ' ' X Xafx aa, ,,4,..X X . X f M, A 1 : Lid 1 ' Wa l qw.. X X XJ? ,, 9 Ziff, A-SSW-:RSX SLM X I N 1 'i X- , Q .Dr , ., . ,151 ,I MQW fb -X XX 7? ' 'ifm R 4 ,KX -0 ....+.--. Xm' 7 ,M Q X A I 'f X ,A 3- f ,, A 45: 'iff M A rX.,,xx , X 4 , , V6',,5.5,I"W,? "WV" If , X ' f, I ,X A J- A- I , .f M I f--I-A-JW X Mei' JZ 5' JM X L, 1, f, in , X NR, , f J L RS V SEA f A A N ff X ip I, 1,5 X f V ,, ,gay , Xi. XX XX , , w 3, yg fs! I X , ', EN 9' X . f ' www 3 ,A JJ fy' f inf , 513 , X S... W ff , '99 WW! " , , ,,,,ff,,, x Z6 . iyrv 'Cd' X5 Y, 1 I 5 frfff 'wbi dental juniors WALTER ATHA THOMAS EERBOS JACK BERRY AUDELL BILLINGSLEY JAMES BINKLEY DARRELL ERASHEARS JOHN BROWN LESLIE EURROWS RICHARD CARPENTER STANLEY CARR FRED CLARK CARL COLLIER HAROLD CONNER PETER DENNINOER REUEEN CHIOKWEED JOSEPH DeYOUNG J. E. DRAKE WILLIAM ENDICOTT JOHN ENGELBRECHT LEROY ENGLE WILLIS ESAU DEAN EVANS ROBERT FIKE CHARLES FRANCE HOWARD FULTZ NORMAN GLASSCOCK FRANK GUSTAFSON 1 ' f mm 'W , , W , f , , ,,,, ,, , f CHARLES GUTHRIE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY dental juniors JESSE HARRIS FRED HARVEY WAYNE HARVEY KENNETH HEAD AUDIE HENNINGTON LEON HILLS ROYCE HINKLEY PAUL HOE MARVIN HOFFMAN GEORGE HORNE MARVIN HUNTER BYRON HUTCHISON CHARLES IHRIG J. R. 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MATHEXVS SAS CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO 4-u .M ,,V 4' Z S329 If - -any ,LA L, g, I I ,ff .R r , f 4 741- 0 0 Ayn..- "V WP 4-43 ly A,f19" 'IP' .ff-fs, 4-my-4 W ,,,f V, X 5' 1 yn 4 I YEWCQWNIA gif x L S 3 f YR , gain... 'NXS dental Jmuors L. DOUGLAS MCBRIDE JAY MEAD HAROLD MELKUS WILLIAM MORRIS ROBERT MORRISON WALTER MORRISON WILLIAM NAKAGAWA CHARLES NEALE YOSHITAKA OGATA THOMAS PARKER KENDALL PORTER WILLIAM RANDALL BRUCE RATCLIFF HAROLD REID 1. D. RICHEY RONALD RIDGE DON ROBINSON K. R. RUSSELL JERRY SANDERS RONALD SANDERS J. E. SANDIN ROY SCHAEFER LELAND SCOTT SAM SHURBACK WILLIAM SLAGLE RICHARD SMITH ORRIE SNOOK DONALD STEWART UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY den .Ph bl TI dental juniors ALEXANDER SUENAGA HERBERT SUTHERLAND ROBERT THOMEN RICHARD TIBBETTS BURNEY TOLER JOSEPH TOOMEY JAMES TORCHIA DELBERT TROTTER CHARLES TURNEY MAX WAGNER REX WAGNER ROGER WASSER WILFORD WATKINS LOWELL WHITSETT CHARLES WILLIAMSON MALCOLM WINER pharmacy juniors CLAYTON CARTER HUGH CHARLES JOHN DAY WILLIAM DAUGHERTY JACK MORRIS DONALD PRICE ROBERT RENICK' ' MARIAN TUTERAL business juniors RICHARD HANEBAUM RANDOM G. PROBATION up I ?A'ff41,' I raw,-. mu ' , A . mv, f Q " - f 1. S , -V4 1 , , if Q X I C C , , " F ' Q f 3 I is V 'fi fkgxilg M , LA, ,R 1: A f ' ' I I V iw 3 ' I 'f I :fs ' 1',""f'f'f2ffaff'"Ex fu I L. or ,gg If ,,,, ia Q-1 ,9 1 , 5 C f NG, Q I f--4-msn? r ,gi ,C A ig or g 5 C X 3 2 1 I PY-. fm ,N , J ' m I -ri' 'S lf-Mfr , f ff' ml I , W ' W 2 N Q2 i ,S -,f g Z wink' wg 7 f Sf 431440-w x. Q 'YQ w may A mf, Haan- 1 f ,C 41's J i r I I ' I Y , .+.,. 1 'WWW ' ., ' ' 1 I ., f , I ' ag 3. V fv, N5 L BOB JOHNSON MARVIN NOLL AS CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO ,f-f" fm, J 13? S 4 1 Xu v f W rv I if X I TQ, I 'gl' , f:f"'I:'ffi V ' ' f sf- Eg 3' . s gf 1 1, c .IGJ?"l I + 1 f 572-12 if., fi S! ge.. -1, I gf 4 0 -N., ' 22. f 'J'44.a' MMM'-. 4. Alu- .x,,:,-f, -:A 9.-4 f . .4 ,. 9125, .,n gn :af '-g ' 3 -1-af f!!!-'49 f'?'i""f-4? 5' A-mf W4 N 'I is A YL 'irlgil a.:!?'.'?q"? 5? 1' 1' 1- 555, ff' :V yu Y . ,Q A-A I !f:f155"f ll' 1,755 if 'I 4 I 1 ' ' , A I wfef , " 'f , ' , if, , ' I A 'A ' 1 , I 1 -K , sn. ' S5 I J Y K I , Q N Y j l. , Q K A S fn Wiki I ,E 3 Q X., X xg, I ' xx y' Q A X 1 W : 4 iff , TS V, 3 . f ,A 1, mmm, M ' , X S, ly , WX, I X . V ' f f mf, ff f f ,,f!fQfZf,h,,iVW9, If , I, fl I 4 ,rf ,X , Q W, , K Muff f ff , nw, V-, f ,sk fm, , I., S, , , 'sf 712 , ... A f I5 Jw. 1 'il xi f""N5 rv- Sw 'Jr' ff I ,Y ,,,,W,,, -03 buslness gunlors MARY Jo SCOTT JOE STEVENS CELESTE LA FEMME LOUIS STRASSER education juniors JEAN DESTLER EMMY LOU WHIFFLETREE GARY FARLEY RUTH GILCHRIST DOROTHY LOCKETT SHARON TOWNSEND ALFRED WEST AMANDA PRIMROSE o homores P X I ' 1 WN IZ' A A 1 , .K,,..f 1' I 'I "'. Ns fr M7545 ,, 1 S X I , so E A 1 Ex +.,. 3 I ki I mf , Q I W-fm -R ?X 3 ,X - ,PN liberal arts sophomores VANESSA BOYER ' ROBERT BRUCE BOYD TWYLA WATSON BOYD DONALD BRACKHAHN EUGENE CALVERT RONALD CHRISTISON NANCY JO DELAP SALVATORE FANARA DOROTHY FOGEL libel :SSN A is VG, L Hg 37 '1 fi, M . , fi , 'Can KGS' 'T , ,V V f J . ,1 . S , f" S " A f ff I 1 I A I f ' S? Q ,Y og I 'W . ous! 5 x I Vlwwdfx g JOSE FRANCO LARRY GOETZ MARY ANN HAMILTON UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY 'I l'eS 4-V liberal arts sophomores Q DON HEATH I J. B. HODGDON I DAVE HOLMAN oooh J ALLEN HUME ' I 1 NY. , 7 Mfg, 2' I , my MARILYN KIMBALL I I' HAROLD KOCH -W LOIS LAGE A 'Tv' VIRGIL LEIBOLD v ff 2 If ' X I ff XI f RNS fm I Cm .Cf S Wm, YWQJ 5 3 If li' . 'Z-I JAMES LONG T1 Z F ,, H3 ROSEMARY LYTLE ' N W, D. MCCLURE C I EM., DICK MCDANELD j X 'X 7 I7 1 K x VIRGINIA MILLER A 7' 'I ROSEMARY MOLLET I I JUDY MORIARITY I I A CHESTER O'BANNON I A I DOROTHY REED 'N I RAYMOND RELAFORD . f f I 3 I ,W f 'N is 2 'T - 'lx 6 Qs I NSI C 3 Iii :, 2. , i' wa, fix 'I 'G 1 f 1 15 5 ml I NJ ,vjx 'S' '91 X Y I 4 QQ.:-' ,ns X F A' A auf-, ,V I f 'gn Q ,I X --r .W 1 N'-I 'Wi X f mf wg. ,f ,Q S ., 2,4 if N I 7 0 , ' ' I , , M ',g',f.z HI.. , . 5, If X B QS Us I x , ,f I ,ww L lwfq N04 ', my XLX- f d QSC ,N N . , I I I ,559 f f,, .1 I X-.,, Sgagf, ' w -' ff 1 Yrfii s -,ff Ol, I ii- , X A 7 'A Wy , ,. QQ LQWZ' , f ff . X 'V ,nw 7 2Q,i,gImK D 4 ' f A " A I 'H'-A W-MD I wo A ' f Xfifxk ,f ' S xi Q , , AI! ,-uf. :AC Qyf23,, AMi!4,,fA X - ,iff 'N ,, 1 2' R ' NX' J , A B,M,.S.NCS.. y S 7 ,,,, i, 1 ,mf , Bmw, , N Jj R517 X Q, I' A .1- 1 'V fi, X44 MW ,A I f I, Q ff ' 3, N ' :S4fIs'ff,'fgM C I 1 I ff 1 'I ,A I-f.7,1viZv ' I 'SAS CITY RICHARD SAEGER xi QB., GARY SAPP I ,LI C' X GEORGEANNE SCHALLEY TONI SHARP ,W DEBBIE SHURE I BEN SPARKS . I 'K BARBARA SPRUILL I N RICHARD TODD 'ff ff DON TURRENTINE I JOHN WEBB My THE 1956 KANGAROO I 154 A ff I M57 G? 'ff If I fwf KW!" ' .I , I f I xl f - 'E ff A ,",'.5f if 4' eaR"mf'61 ,Q--L MLK ,V , x , 3 , 2 S, fi f ,, X ,iq f R .RSSIYXCM X NW' iff II W ' ff fm 32? I S ZZ I f, ,, f , 2 N f ' z'f'!ff ' "?"""'I Y ,, ' 4, A M gf A I ff!! fa, Q5 1 fl .. . .- ru 'P 1 yi, Y Q19 af R 'FH Wm 71, ! Q f if J , I fa G I 4 7 'X 3 V 7 Zn R. f f Nl 4 if I ' I?,,, V in E, ,T S X 1 X as f by 1 liberal arts sophomores 41911 STANLEY VUEINER BILL WESEMANN ARTY GRUMBACHER DAVID WINDSOR law sophomores CALVIN BILLS RICHARD COLE ADDISON CARR DONALD CARSON LESLIE CREEL PHOEIUS MICROBE JOHN C. DODS THOMAS O. DOTY MERCEDES FITCHNER SENOVA HOLBERT LESTER HORWITZ GORDON L. JOHNSON NORMA KINDSWATER DONALD MATHENY JOHN RASSE V ANTHONY SCEUDIENO p A dental sophomores fi M, L .QL fa: ,A HARRY ALIMON I g I-Y. ' I I HAROLD ARBON I v f WENDELL ARNDT ' I '57 A T5-"' JOHN BAGLEY l.., N , A ALIA ' ' ,ZZI gf 15,4 , , A SI f fw ' f Q, 57 I CHARLES BALSAMO R. D. BARLET THOMAS BARNES JERRY BARTELSMEYER UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY 'es - dental sophomores R. L. BARTHELD BOB BAUTTS BENNIE BENSON PETER BERGER WAYNE BLICKENSTAFF DONALD BOUSKA LAMAR BYRD HAROLD CARTER HIRAM SHIRTCUFF JAMES CARTER WILLIAM CASTLES FRANK CLAFFEY DANIEL COOPER FORREST COX HARBORD COX JERRY CROOK CLARKE DENNEY ROBERT DEVENY DOUGLAS DEWELL HUGH DORSEY DAVID DUNG RICHARD DUNKLEY JOHN DUNN JAMES EIDSON f W! A .Yiwu R My ,A ,, do .fx ,Z sa A, if 'V '-Nj Ax., , '4'! 1 4 A, 1 if-15 'WB ' .. . 5 ,A :::,'g,'fz f"',:SA' 793 I A yi, A We. WY F' 5 fvg n fa. , ' N..1- Kiki 'W N ix 2, . ,Af WMN' . 'f w. . 2. 3 X E .fi HARRY FAERBER W. S. FLATT WILLIAM FROST BRUCE FRYE SAS CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO 7 mx , I-'12 4 i . lr IN' IQ 5,1 K -wr I Q ix ,, 941' M ,f A . 32 n T' 0' X X '-2' QQ, , ' 2 x ' A f W 5? rg i ' f A IW 'W 3 ,V C A -., f A . , 4?eugq.F,, 108 ' 'e-am' Mx ,WI ,, My an 5? wg, I , 1235 ms' I A dental sophomores BUD FURBECK G. C. GIBSON CONNIE GIVINS JOHN GRIMES del f Q E I Ixfigmx 3 U MW r fx N , IL, N 3 M. xxoxo f A I I o A S X1 I X wsu", .A fy. ,, - f a Q . Xxx X f S ' R ef f X N -'A lx Yew 1 N A f KY XX eeee 6 , A , 4 'wan-1 X. W X Z, NI4 . ,,,' if I I .J I A A X W A I 3 , G., i f IQ. J., if 5 Z ' i . f 5 J A f E, E - I A A 1 LRB . T U W N hi-QS Wwi " I Q Eff? Q , , WZ ,Q 2 I , E , 3 , , ,Sf Ur Aff mf. Nr 74 . f' 1-scrum' - X W .f JE I X .gig . f f ,ff " w Q XX 'Kal I Am A eele ...fl BEAU JEST JOHN GRUENBERG A. E. HIATT EDWARD HIRASHIMA DEE F. HONEY DONALD HOOVER ROBERT HORNER GLENN HOUGH ANTHONY INGINO JACK JENSEN BILLY JOHNSON LOMAN KBLLEY TOM KELLEY CHARLES KEMPER ROBERT KENT RANDALL KIENE A OTTO KRAMLICH KEITH KRETH DUANE D. KURTZ GORDON LAMBSON J. D. LIMESTALL CARLIE LONG SAM LYMAN . as A f' ff? if f Y' 'W f' ROBERT MATHIESEN '4's UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY dental sophomores FRANK MAURO PHILIP R. MAWHIRTER, JR. JACK MCCALMON LOUELLA LIPP RICHARD MEIERS ROBERT MENCHETTI FRANK MEYER EDMUND MEYERS BILL MILLER EDWARD MIYAHARA WILLIAM MOORE ALBERT MORI HENRY MORRISON DON MORROW MAX MURRISON BOB NEWTON JASPER NORTHCUTT BOB NOVOTNY CHARLES OKAMOTO ROBERT OWENS WILLIAM PAINE RICHARD PERRY MORRIS MOUSE WALDEN PETERSON . ng 'VON XX xi SX R- fm N 22. i Y"""1'3vL J I Cx f4A!"N ff? 33 X Ioffjffzg 2?-r.,s I L 4, Q"'W!'! I Q if V I-C yjQ,f' ,i Q2 X I I .X . ' fy I . A2 gf Q Q: I ' CA J, 1 I Q , ' ' 5 kr' 'W v - A ' ' ' D X J ,'f' ' 1 , f ag, ' I 'fag A ,, sfr s Ref, I - f 1 . A . f I A I I . N ,, f J a f 4. L , ,Vx .Mig 1, I I gf? I if in 23 I W 'gf ' f. ,, 3' 1'-15511: . I 4 ' 115, ,K ' 45-1. ,ijjl-5-fi I " ,iz ff f f, :V .- A Q I 7 I ,4 ,,,:vKm,f4 f .ic f ., , X , .., . 3,1 ,H , A H. , ,f , , " , if I If gif .--. 1:25, r- x XX I, , V , I ,,'- ,mx , I X I f, ff X .fr 6 by ,, 'V . C, ,,f? I 1 P L i.'3o1'i 9 5, CW , lf, VV "v ffljyhf ,f Q my i V, YW L! ff G X I , , V X !,,,! 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'Amen pharmacy sophomores , CHARLES MILIK GYPSY INMA SOUL LESTER NIGRO JAY PECKHAM GLENN THOMAS, JR. WILLIAM TILLOTSON PRISCILLA TOME THOMAS WHALEN 4 if I 3 Q . .Q , Q 3 Ju rg , xi sy! IN X 1 ff? I: 1 - S11 I Cgiiwm, -K X Y rl av L ff R 1 AX 'MBS X I - , X.,-5 x :Q I , A 7 Ss N U rf, X f , If Six' ' , liberal arts I I LARRY ALLEN 'R I N1 X VVZI DAVID BENSON JOHN BIGGS GLEN BRIDGES NANCY BROOMFIELD HERBERT BROWN LARRY BROWN VERNON BURGIN MARGARET BUTLER xm ZH , X4 .Gigi SI I I f 7,4 fmowfi G A mf, A A " A "wx f 4' ' 1 "',4'f"' X f' , sms, 1 - ff ,V , , A- .,.!! J f . V Z "5-12155 or X A 1... I, rx fx Y ' .,. 6 G F 55, 'V' 4 A 4 f XXX ,f Q, 4?2Nf I 0 ?"f ' . 5' MW, iq I A as so gf 1 , I E 4 's k RX MK ' Ie I '25 ap f ff Z - ,,,. 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WONKA MELVYN FREED ILAH GAMBEE DARWIN GARRISON MARY CAROLYN GEORGE THOMAS GIBSON RICHARD GRAY UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY 5 , mf, xxx - N. F- N , , ., J L? 3 Y liberal arts freslnnen - M TA' JOSEPH OREOG ,JI SALLY GRIFFIN ANDREW HAGENEY TOM HAMMONDS MARY LOU HALL CLAUDIA HAYDEN JEANNE HUMBERT DONALD HIGGASON JUNE HYATT BILL HOLLAR ELIZABETH JOHNSON JAMES JOHNSON ORVILLE JOHNSON PAUL JONES JIMMIE JUSTUS EUGENE KINERNEY SANDRA KIBBEE TOM KNEZ ARLENE LEFFLER JANICE LEONARD ROSAMOND LINVILLE SAM FLUNKDIT JAMES LORIA PRINCEL LIA MCCLAIN MARY JO MCCORMICK LINDA MANDELKEHR WW , s 'ix x M4,,'t.se' f ff X 7 ' . ' v 9,12 s-ex!'fX'ni . MI Y 5 sA42i'Sx:Y'x KTMQ S Yi fk'g,'gigg1,,bgS E Yqsolx ,f,iw!twM wt S I ,hh , V -rv f 'N j .,, I ,xi S E . ,,- XE, f ff V ".,fl'0f744w"i . ' If CA., K V, lqffifx f,,eSE. 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PAUL NORRIS LINDA O'DELL WAYNE PATTON CHARLES PETERSON CLETUS PETERSON GILBERT PETERSON NANCY RICE THOMAS ROBERT JAMES ROLEN MARTIN SCHAEFER EARL SCHROEDER TINA LEE SELDEN CAROLYN SKIDMORE HARRY SNYDER DENA SPIELBERGER JOHN STANFIELD CARLEY STARK BOB STARRETT STEWART STEVENSON COLUMBINE MORNINGSTAR 31 4 i 7 -4 1 I. I , I I I. . xv.-,I I' A I 5 J ' I f SS , Wifi NQSW, C 1 . gs , f I I H' A 4 M I. I :Rf I I ' , f bi , My 3 ugh, M , I Siiwf M M r 561556 I ,Lkk ya f wwf. S, ' X U SPSS! . H "'- A -if-. ff' I, Q1 :V 43 SSS fs. , In I . I M ff?-I ' I ww . Q ' IIIAJ I Ii A f , 202 - I ' fW ,Quik-s,,, 'C' Qffixkfm L f 2, . 'fi' .5 1 ' ' X I I C W1 2 I- 71,11 fl I ,W A f u f I- ya f 'ffm Sr S, , ' ' W7 SX Y' If X LW'W7Vff I ' , ' I I 1 'W I "9 Q I f f "' A A f A ' J f ff .- xi. f . I - ff, I . Xa' V. ,X f ', 'I , ' I Uixgg ,, ", ' Y I I J I C, ... 1 3 +3 I I TA I , I I 374 f 55? We If i I I , - A Nfl? iyzzr . 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FAIRBANKS EDWARD FAULKNER WILLIAM FEUERBORN DEAN FLOYD RICHARD FRIEDLEY ROBERT FULKERSON BEN GAINES JAMES E. GARRISON BOB GETTIG DOUGLAS GIBSON KENNETH GIVENS JACKIE HADEN HERBERT HAMMONDS 'S'- X 1 ilu , , I I 'ff , MW I x ! 2 L. -. A . .1 3 gf A li! . fALJ A X.f' A on ,I f 4 4 M, W- g A .I 2 ,.... :S W Vf J 2 If . Y'-if-'yL.:g W II , 'WZ 'mi Sm ffl: X . I I X MLN fn ,QW-4 f f Z! f Af EQ x QS A 1 3 N ,4 . .-- xx vp,-:'uVggQE.Qq , Eggs: . 35 , ' ,t Esff4,,Q4wyZf' SX' Sf ' 'A Ns ' ff "fff'5Q:f. f ' fffi W i my ,H . ,V U J BILL HAMRA JOHN HANN JSAS CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO Q f ,J ' 'L If , . 4 ,, A, - hi ,V my I if I, I Z gif' I , , V, 2' ,," My , , . ,W , . N .,.., R WF' ,Mr-93" 'Q 1 , ,65',,7,,f4lv' , xiii . I A I W.,-23 Ex, N X ' ,, FQ. Ni 1, ' - gd , , 4, fix. KY W Qi M44 If W, T12 ff X, . N fi .I f 1 fm 'Yvillfi E M' ffl I ""l'."5" f ! I f il f f ? 'wh ' lf, L X 'ml is T gr :W WX DE , , f E J - , 'fffw fr Mun... Q7 M ZS, ,,, dental freshmen dell BILLY HASKELL ARLON I-IATCHETI' LYLE HEIMERICK ROBERT HENDERSON GALE HOLSMAN JAMES HUNT VERO HUTCHESON, JR. BILL JACKSON ROBERT JACKSON ALVIN JOHNSON DONALD JOHNSON GERALD JOHNSON PAUL V. KEEN KENNETH KIMBALL DONALD KRAUSE, JR. ROBERT LEE RICHARD LEIGI-ITY SGT. 1ST CLASS MILDRED CLUBB DONALD LINHART WILLIAM LITLE PAUL LUNT L. M. LYNCH, JR. JAMES MACROBERT JAMES MANKIN Y"""'7 , Q JW f 1 I, Z7 ,rf Y ,QQ WARNER MARLAR JACK MARTENEY MANERED MARYOTT JOE MATTHEWS IX X Ar UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY T X' dental freshmen BOBBY MCCONNELL TED MCCOY DAYTON MCDONALD DONALD MEYER IRENE MIDDIEN CALVIN CALORIE TERRY MILLER JACOB MOBERLY RALPH MOFEAT DORSEY MOORE AL MULLIKEN ROGER NELSON ROBERT NOYES DURL O'NEIL PETER ORR RUSSELL OWENS DUANE PATTERSON BB JOSEPH PEARCE RICHARD PEEPLES EDWARD PETERS JOE PIERATT TERRELL PIERSON EDWIN RECKNAGEL MARVIN REED Ewa. 31:3 " , il A ! '96 B 'vein-Q Q Y N., Q-qs...-' I- eyrfz gf A M 1 X 'X 2 -, XX 'Q l MQHKIKNN X N I I. 'Ji KW! rf . NJ I l Q E, X 24 1 5 :N W in ff 1 X av.. fa Tl E IIAA f-,J A 1732 , - X. . E, .Qywf , I ny. I . I SX 'wtf-S ,, , ,0,,,,, 'ff X Vw ,,,,4.-rv E E--4 ZW , Q .41,fff.'w fa 1 IC 15,34 ,gy ,I f ,,,, f I , Mffffffff' H: ff - I ,, A. f , Wfoz, f 'N ,f-, -EH , .I fx ' 2 A ' I 1 4 fp yW Wx E X + 'fwgffrg ,ms wir, . ANNE X N 2 ef . WV gfffw' ,, ,UW , ggQe:SwQX,gE,, 2 ., V X X P' , ff' : gif , f , , QL, 13125 ', ff ,y ,fi rv ,VA lf , I x , ,.ff E s .Vi Y , M,- Ii ,Q vjjh ibut f I' f - Q .ff ., .way ' , - , 4 'f ff fly If 11:5 ,Q I I ,E I M" if Www , , ,f 3' I www, iv A Ea W' - if , ,ia 5 5 2 ,gm-1' E ww ,f-be Aw g x iw? M N' X 'S-'X xg nf ., 513. !W ,. ' E, , - 1 ,, if E 'I QQ? 5 X 5 1 X X I " 'f 4251, X ha' I uh I k Q1 ww -L , ., 5 aw s I , . I E, Q, ,gk J g f Y' , G K W .. -' '-frrrissw-1 s 1 Mwr x tif axial , Aw EUR .Ii rw "f' Sxbflflx "f iii C, viii' ,' 2 , fi 'iv I fa ilitf. QM Q, 31:4 1' 'Liv' , 5 1 -'z-fywzff I , , 1.',glV23E if L00 1 , f, H, 1, ,1 I 447. I- 4 w, I 1 -11 X 1 N Lx , , , ,,,,Jv,,:3,Zf E 7, THOMAS RESER ROBERT RHYNE WILBUR RICHIE JOHN RIDDLEBARGER JSAS CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO A r X, rf Ig r , ,- if pg I, If '?",,Z,f2fv 1 -kv. Navy' 1 '73?1qg vw 4 -fun. I 'E f YNY' , W mu... 7, ,ig Wx , , , . .N , 412 A 'X W rw 'ty-,f - R QI , ,N wwf' f Hcf,fy7L AW. nv i' iiw Q' Y rms :ff ' wj px ' X A yay' V f -A 6 WA! M ' A A ,, I ,ffm X X f f f I S I We 5-f QSBWF ff, TX 15 MQ J 95' mf 1'-A I REJ v A I a Jew 45 if? Q ' I N f I I M, , ,W 14' , I, ,f XX 4 I K I if R 3. , Ami 3 . 'fn , . Q, an -11 fy, P W WM ff 1 44? 10: I f 'W ,Z 4--av. J ,, M.. R 4 . 2 ,V , 77? ' , IOL , A Rh ,I 'T' WN , A dental freshmen S. PETE ROEHL HERBERT ROSENSTEIN DEE WALTER ROY BILL ROY ROZELL BEN SANDOVAL FRANCIS SANFILIPPO DONALD SANFORD TOORU SATO ROBERT SCHICK VAUGHN SINCLAIR DONALD SMITH JAMES H. SMITH JEROME SOLON BOB STARR ARLEN STAAB AARON SULLIVAN JIM TALBOTT JOSEPH TARON WYATT WINCHESTER ROBERT THOMAN RONALD TODD JAMES TOMMEY HERCILIO VAZQUEZ-TORRES JERRY WAGNER KENNETH WATSON JOE WELCH HENRY WELTY HOWARD WOOSLEY UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY pharmacy freshmen DAVID BURNSTEIN HOWARD EPPINGER JIM FERGUSON JACK KLEE .,' we -r.. 5, , ,. , K 's if pew: A yr, A x fa ,f avg Newby-1 fi Q1 second year dental h glenlsts PATRICIA SUE BOLLES CAROLYN BUSLER SUE CAMPBELL ALICE CARPER HAMER MILDRED HOLDER LONA MAY HOWE META ANN KNECHT GENEVIEVE LISTON LUETTA M. MIKKELSON PATRICIA POORE CLAUDIA LORENE REED SHIRLEY ANN RESCHER BEVERLY ROBSON DOROTHY E. WALLACE CAROLYN XWENDEGATZ MARILYN WOOLRIDGE NSAS CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO f f,f 5 9' e , ZW. va XX 11557 fi' 0 ,ASQ 1 ex , WIN QNX' F 5,4 Z S 3 X XX Ns 5 I RA . y 1 ' I A 1 A I "' , WG 'my I Se. . mm .-Y 'W' Ml ,V J af" it if i I f fe-'ve gg C ff, 4 W 9 VZ' WP' C ff 7"vS, ,X N. , f, hr t ear cl ntal h f , '33 , X L- A W Wa, ' X A- , NYT f ,, ffja 4 X y 4 If L' f 4 , Eff? ,M J if 2,4 5. NWA 2 H' ww, I - T2 Q' MWA II W:,,, I nf ff ff: ffiwfqfp ' X I Ng S f : SQ Af W I Qi C J? ,eg in W XX . .Q .m gienists PATSY ANN ABSKIER JAYCELN BAILEY MARY ANN CLAYTON NANCY CREBO BEATRICE DEETER LINDA GAMMILL CAROL GARRISON CYNTHIA GREB MARILYN HIGGS JACKIE HINMON DELORES HOFFMANS MARY KAY MASCHINOT MARILYN PATTON JANICE ANN RIFFEL JEAN ANN ROBERTSON JANET LILLIAN SEELEY NATALIE THOMAS LORETTA TORCHIA SUZANNE ZUBER VIRGINIA CUNNINGHAM UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY Kwf' Ten easy Zenom to break your :pmt and your army. kc eview 1 EEL WEJWW Yah! Some more of F5059 uranium pills. SAS CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO u 1 I Growllll-ll! Did it some out of your lunch? I., 1 N ' .A ,A A x W-funn,-,gg . ' v ' . I Y 31 i4 4 4 a tivities Extra-curricular activities contribute much in the way of social experience and widen one's total academic outlook. With over fifty different organizations func- tioning on campus, students may participate in social organizations, honor organizations, departmental clubs and other groups in which other students with similar interests participate. Activities are listed in this section according to eligibility of members. Each school is repre- sented by its group of organizations and in the All Uni- versity section organizations with similar interests are listed together. ,777 "TW" .Z awf 4 . V ,WJ fa ff mg, Q ,Q Q. W , 47 .Wa W2 ,J W , ff, , 7 .M 76 Li Arthl joe If Ed If Ken Lowe Mike Sam Gene Larr Don Clan UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY THE 19. . 1 S T5 4 . 134 Vfi 'AH ,-,I E, 51 1 is I X N ly X wi I 1 W, K ! 1 E 1 , . VI 1 ! Y I i lL Ai 1 23 1: yj 5 N H VN H1 ii 1 1 m 431 lm, I' i V i J 1 , '1 W , I . 7 4 5 Q V 1 i + 1 H 3 .WH 2i -2 if 1' wlz 3 JMU, I E 1 i interfraternity coun il The Interfraternity Council governs the men's so- cial organizations on campus. Composed of two rep- resentatives from each fraternity and an elected president this group of young men has been very instrumental in the establishment of national fra- ternities here on the University of Kansas City campus. Don Turrentineg joe Stevensg David Burnsteing jim jobg Larry Jacobson. 'SJ' OFFICERS DON TU RRENTINE ........................ President DICK GARNER .............. ....... V ice-President JIM JOB ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,, .,.,....,.. T reasurer J. B. HODGDON ............ - ......... Secretary ROBERT NEMESCHY ..... - .................. Adv1s0r REPRESENTATIVES Alpha C lab Larry Jacobson David Burnstein Delta Chi jim job Dick Garner Taa Kappa Epxilfm Gerald Sitler J. B. Hodgdon UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY E , i f :Qs , aa 42' , x , gr 5' fo " 7, ' . K W Y I V , V I . A i 1 5 4 f H A 4 Q x fp! jg ,jf . J A. ,MY , W! X If Z 1 .1 4 I 1 ' Q 1, , N l l l l l i 1 l 4 i l i l l pan-h llenic council "V f"""N gf: f, f I 1 If Y ,f .cf . C of ff? Left to right: Ruth Gilchristg Joann johnsong Barbara Carterg Dian Clarkg Mrs. Hoging Rosemary Molletg Suzanne Burkeg Phyllis Oliveg jo Ann Chamberlin. The purpose of the Panhellenic Council is to govern the four social sororities on the Kansas City University campus. lts membership is composed of two representa- tives from each sorority. The offices are held by each of the four sororiries, operating on a rotation system. l32 OFFICERS BARBARA CARTER ........................ Jo ANN CHAMBERLIN ....... PHYLLIS OLIVE ......................... SUSIE BURKE .,.. .................,.......,. MRS. CHRISTINE HOGINI MRS. HARRIET HAGEN S """ 1 if ........Presiclent Vice-President .............Secretary ....,....Treasurer .......Sponsors UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS Cm -,-5: . Y . 4 pf. ? '1 ,I .1 , Q .4 I V, , , 1 IH 'V' ,, if 4 A 1 I V 1 N , H if 1 ,LN ,gy fs .xl gi, i i ,, K li! 5, H, W vig Nl ME' HJ IW, zgf Jfn wi mi 1991 li 9 M 1 . ,5 .Ny px U' '1 I wt' 'w xi 4 Y: 1 'u W 1 w ,4 rf ! wx me M 'V I H W 'x .M- Y- ,!. g,. xl 1, K 1 1 ,XX 'u Y A i 1, I I Yi we Wi '1 ix i 11 . I v .J z Z I f I 5 5 rea I. . PM . -.-.....,- 5. ..,...v.-.x ,..,..f.v - .,.- , ., :. ho hi A1 ,Q Cho Chinf practicing for the Barn Friday Song Context are Shirley Anderron, Barbara Marlin, Ianel Layton, Lacy Corn- pere, Barbara Snilland, Glenda Sanning, Tina Lee Selden, Betty Flanagan, and Sandra Klbbee. Cho Chin social sorority began at Kansas City junior College and from there organized the Beta Chapter at K.C.U. Cho Chin is built upon the sincere friendship of its members. In 1955-1956 members were active in many fields, including Orientation, the yearbook, Bum Friday, Choir, and various departmental and other clubs. A favorite tradition is the summer trip to the Ozarks. CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO Fzrrl Row. Judy Moriarty, Shirley Anderson Nancy Jo Delap, Twyla Boyd, Betty Munn. Second Row: Patricia Dalton, Barbara Carter Dian Clark, Marilyn Patton. l OFFICERS BARBARA CARTER ...................,.,... .....,,,,,,,.,,,, P resident SHIRLEY ANDERSON ................., ......,.. V ice-President BETTY MUNN ....v.......... .... ............ S e cretarv MARILYN PATTON ....... ,,,,,,,.,,,,,, T feagui-ef JUDY MORlARTY ........ ........... S gt.-At-Arms TWYLA BOYD? P1 d C . DIAN CLARK 5' --------------- --------- C ge 31353105 MISS LUELLA O'NElLL ,..,... ......,.........Sponsor 135 , ' f-ff' .f f L 3. ,gf fix, f,j:,,j :I ,'.,. ,-I 2 V,V-- -,..z. ' 4' 4, - V, .A .V .I .-73, Q, u 1 f f . , ' ' L. . N N N 1 l r 1 I ,, . 01. -1 'H , , lg, ff,-V. -5 ---1,-11' -1.54 , .- A X f - 4. MQ., .. , K -A.,.,.L,,, , l A I. . A - , .. , f f-, . fg Q X , f. N- . ' '- X apti t union Seated: Anderine Farmerg Melvin Lewisg Lucille Compete. Sravzdmgz Donna Reeseg Bob Vegiardg Gary Earleyg Pat Carrg Janice Leonard. John Adams Bob Berry Phyllis Borron Margaret Butler Nadine Chatfield Lucille Compete Earl Engle Gary Farley Norma Jean Hagen Alan Keimig lt JSAS CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO OFFICERS BOB LEE ,,.,,.,,..,,.,,,..,,,,, ,,..,,,,,,,.........,.. ............ I .... P r esident VIRGINIA PEARCE ..,.............-.------ ,----------- V 106-Prwdfnf JANICE LEONARD .......... --,-...------.----a--"- S ecfffafv MELVIN LEWIS .......l..,, --',--- P fogfam Chalfmafl GARY FARLEY .....,... -.,--,------.- I ------- P Ul?l1C1fV BOB VEGIARD ,,,--,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,... S otial Chairman BARBARA MARTIN --.,,,,, ,I,,,,,,, IN fission Chairman The Baptist Student Union is the student affiliate group on campus of the Baptist Church. They had frequent and regular meetings on campus throughout l955-1956. Interesting programs were presented and opportunity provided for social as Well as devotional experience. Membership is open to students from all schools and departments of the University and all are welcomed at the meetings. Bob Lee Janice Leonard Melvin Lewis Barbara Martin Karen Moss Virginia Pearce Elaine Poole jean Ann Robertson Paul Smith Bob Vegiard 4 HI 1 1-QSM 1 W .gx w 1 Jw X x x -ad' s"" 4' 'N jf, I i X ww .NN NN 1 f ffv :' I iz? 451' QL 1 , S lf 4 g X 1 4 ' we-an wax -W 'F - - - -- ' , ' 3 :gl - ' -,'I 3:1-2-:N-sk., ' 'Z - f"'f.' - 1, 517- - A, v ".- '- f ,-' - X - f f L ' 1 ,. 'L'-1' '- ,-j, f.: H ig- 'j -, ,av Twyla Watson Boyd, the 1956 Kangaroo editor, sacrificed sleep, meals, and classes to devote all her time and energy to her position. Her efforts were not Wasted for she not only inspired her staff but also did much of the work herself, including photography and typing. A liberal arts sophomore majoring in art, Twyla also found' time to participate in the University choir, orientation, Cho Chin, and make the Dean's List. Swift, yet efficient, firm, yet patient, Twyla dedicated herself to successful integration in the yearbook. This combination plus experience as associate editor of the '55 Kangaroo should add up to success. 140 UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS Cin th kangaroo stuff ROBERT BOYD", Associate Editor, has gone without food, sleep and study to help put out the 1956 Kangaroo. He has cheerfully done the dirty work that no other staff member could be prevailed upon to do. He has patiently learned how to paste ten point type, dry prints, proofread and be generally helpful. SAS CITY THE 1956 KANoARoo The staff of the 1956 Kangaroo would like to thank the people who have worked on the Kangaroo steadily and without complaint. Henry Moore Photographic Studio: Cin the form of Mr. Summersb came day after day. to take individual photographs of the students and even though things didn't always work out smoothly, he showed an amazing amount of patience. We sincerely thank you, Mr. Summers. Mrs. Adams lat the Dental Schoolb has answered ques- tions, sent folders, typed names, searched out information, traced people and been one of the main contacts with- the off-campus School of Dentistry. Mrs. Hogin Cof the Activities Officej has given time, thought, and sincere help to the editor of the Kangaroo. The yearbook would have been an impossibility if it had not been for the people who "wandered in" and typed, or pasted, or worked on the index. Many people have done nothing toward the task of the yearbook: but to those people who bare given of their time-the staff ray: "Tbanl2J." I Y 4 ,wWfffj,,, filwy -,X N, ,, ,sk , pgs' 3' We , , ,r, . fy! X ii! W, WW ff 34, Q' Wigs 1 M525 f K' f f Q f 4 an ff, 7 fl r KX , f . .H,. , ,q 1 5 ffiiwf if 7 f 5 Wag. iz' if . .W!1,,2V.,,V,A 1241532 '2f?.gp!j,j,, , Lima, , f'1"f."' ."' rar V: 'nf' Q9,.',,,f: Mn ., 'V' Wzfaf ' fl , aff. -fx X lg lr ll l all I l 5 li li 4 ,l lx I I ll lei li l a i i rl 'il ll I I l . I 1 I w gi It l ,. si I-P Wil TEA Ei all V I ,I I" I l l it ll ii! 'li E, ,II Sl' l I I i if I fl i Il' il! ri Il r li ,. i l gl ,v 4, il' ill ,I ll li I i 1 I 2 3 li 1. In lr t nl rl ig ill lg, I ' L 1' 2 ga fr U if 'Sl 447' f. m I . , SHERRY ESTEY",Activities Editor, has spent hours organiz- ing groups to have pictures taken and group information correct. Without her good humor and steadiness this book would have been impossible. N Jzepreaentatiuea rom the c oo! X 744 . .MEAT I w W1 Q .2-47K ,f - ,I aa ,, ' If Q ' sniff f . , Q. f ,, 'ltgva X V 'Zi' fm f s I A lain nfas 1 ff-I wa f st. , X ff f , , fin ,Q ,f , a a, M ., 1 www is nw, fn f X f f ff an 1 f at it A I I t,f if ' ! ganna, wa 4 A I ' f f ft . t . f ' ' " ' WQZ ii asnnlaz ,, . fc-ff:"4f ' ' I 1. fn 2, '- 3. Ji. fu V . V y,,'g,gfj5wif A i Doris Yende5 Ronnie Sanders A Law Dental Martin Morrisey Pharmacy f ,, waz. , , :K I I , ,f 4 . X , 3 -if? is X "az X vw'-:J ' Martha'Spence Joanna Weissbeck Bnrzners Education LARRY FELKNER, Advertising Manager, has spent a great deal of time and patience on adver- tising and answering questions about the dental school for the staff members. Also as publica- tions board chairman he has con- tributed much time as a trouble shooter for the KANGAROO. DAVE HOLMANW, Cartoonist, has spent hours being funny for the KANGAROO. His clever cartoons enliven the pages of dull regularity of class pictures, and his little joking characters punctuate campus life. CHARLES TRUDGEON"', Sophomore Representative from the Dental School, has been on call almost twenty-four hours a X I X fwff ,f I gf: 4, ,I Q, 5, kj I- fl gay - at sf. wx V , fam wa 'lk ia S A S? I , 1 la day to answer questions about the Dental "way of lifen. UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY .flf Q Wav, , W , r are ,S X K 5 Q a . A W ii , Vp f W X Ry X rm i ,.., - ,A t , ,,X, tr My 1 'ri ' , ,V I 'S 1 ,, r f aiiy - V. T NWN Q ' V e:2"Lv.'."? u i if X ' f 'glib .1 ' , fi 1 'Ks .mr 351.5 kfegfje -. t ' 1539 . Q X , ' ,.:,v1I' f ' K W B' V Sm: ' fi' . 4 rfskfzljak '45 S-if af , +, ...Ig-af ff i ' .nbkw N rf, Jaxx, X1 Mr. J, , ,4 X. W fi sw "rf rf: '17 5 ' ':. 'ff' shy fig Q 1l7rr"w.7vwqgsw--fv--- ,V S8764- fifffl ii ist f. as 3 H 1 GARY. MCCOYX, top and RON CI-IRISTISON"', boltom, have given hours of time and thought to produce the fine x'A' - . . , , quality and quantity of pictures that fill this book. -ff, ,, f ,.. ., W. ai, ,x , if N . fr H s 'eissbeck George Ehrlich i wion Faculty Advixor Rosegrnary Moller Judy Moriarity Glen Bridlges 3' Bob Campbell Debbie Shure n ecfetwy Pf10f08f'1P er Photographer Clary Picture Editor l A X-e' t s N its f -- 4 ffrrsxsisrt,Vwmfffvav. 1r'4i?' ,,nf,"f-Z an ' Q- A ' ff - f .si ,yfxy Y , Zag, , M X . ,,r, t . , WMM. feast 'WV X f ,X"'5iwiJMf 2 125 ? f ' 5 X fi X :Xiii7PWf'f3'M Rvfmfff ' ' QQ' 'Z' ,I ' Wai' 27,2 , wry' I I ,xmxhpg gg ,f. i its ,ht .e5S?gW,fr,, , . I ,,n,.ta, , WW, .WW ' "" ' f 1 W f ,Z r P7 , A I -iglzpy xvi rc mi, xx ,,u.,ji Yigsga ay, ,u -' , 545, . gain E I if ,, V ,X X p ta- J rf, is "Zf3EfZZffr.f' '42 1i""5.ffjf2- zllhyil- f , fr if X "Where's THE CAMERAMEN-unsung heroes! Strobe?" "Waddaya mean a picture at three a.m.?', "O.K. If the says so." "Look out here comes JAR." "The film box is emptyff' "Who has a key to the darkroom?" "But we already took that group of happy smiling faces." "Remove the slide? What slide?,' "Ten minutes in the developer, five seconds in the stop bath, dip in the quick fix, swish through the wash-dry!'l "Who can take a picture at 108th and Holmes in ten minutes?" Without them this book would not be full of happy smiling faces. 'Received a Kangaroo award for oat- ttanafing Jeroice on the Kangaroo. ,ISAS CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO qs ww? A , -Soy FC x Qnxvv I, X p i V 1' 5-'X fl 6 il N, l m ay fi .Q - '-hw.. gum.. ' Qs ,l 8 ,i l y X Uilllllth if 3 -1 5 5 B2 , 1, tt , ff, f. gs! t 5 t T ' x ' 215 f'ffXf if 1, N 'ff , .Xq,5vx .,, if NJ X i.fl".f g ,, I - ' iifiziif' IIUJKX X ', , . K , nhll X! ff V, , ,,,, W, , KWW' LOWELL ERICKSON, editor of the U nifueriity N ewi, has been outstanding in his ability to revitalize this campus publication. His editorial policy has been clear and straightforward. His attempt to present the truth of the news has brought constant comment from the administration, faculty, student leaders and students. The University News is on the Way to the top because of "Eric's" ebullient attitude. UN1VERs1TY OF KANSAS CITY univ r it ews THE UNIVERSITY NEWS, the campus newspaper, is published weekly throughout the school year. Students look forward each Friday to Hol- man's cartoon, Eric's editorial and rnost of all "Letters to the Editor." The entire U News staff will have rnuch to look back on when the final issue has gone to press. School correspondents Robert Mills, Business, Gary Farley Education, Kenneth and Con- nie Givens, Dental, Kevin Kirwin, Law, and Joann John- son, Pharmacy were assisted ,on the staff by typists Mar- tha Weidenmann, Joann Bono, and Vanessa Boyer. UE KILBORNE ............ Circulation Manager JUNE HYATT ................ Circulation Manager Bob Hatfield Auociate Editor Jim Job Auirtant Editor Bufirten Manager WARREN LAMAR ........,............. copy Editor Hank Webs, Auistant Editor wwf T .kizffg v www,.,,,,. Xi j Q: M5 ss,,,V, ,AQ X r ,1l'4 f'l'l5. V' g ' iii, rx ! V, VM ..,,. , ,,,, 5 R p, 1 9 ' V43 t.,,... 1. V -QQ ,,a??12 'ff . t l g, X' ff ? 3 . 1 MM If 75554 5444? ' ' N., , V t, Clara Jean Vogel f . 'f 1 "1 at to Offffe Mmgef if , Jim Rolen Mike Rosen Kenny Ward Photographer Assistant Editor Peryomzel Manager ' Dave Holman Cartoonixt Bob Brazil Sports Editor ls CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO Bill Tubbs and Chuck Ege were vital assets to the U News in the first semester. Bill was unofficial associate editor and Chuck was news editor. 145 u f 1 v I 1 I , a ,S ' 'bln-N' s u W' r Xxx' f ,,,,, ,fm 10 f HI -ff Www. v QNX 40 35 4-:quam-W., d Ita a ph Szanding: Marcia Speerg Fay Glenn. Seated: Sarah Hatcherg Mrs. Christine D. Hoging Sarah Kraft. Member! not pictured : Judith Houghtlin Claffey Joann Welch Stephenson Fay Glenn Ruth Gilchrist Sarah Hatcher Liz Fassig Sarah Kraft Ann Nigro M-afC1aSPeer Phyllis Olive Delta Alpha is the Senior Womens leadership so- ciety on campus. These young women have been recognized as the outstanding leaders among women on campus. They must have a high scholastic aver- age and have high character standards as well as outstanding qualities of leadership. ' 148 Mary Lou Ross OFFICERS MARCIA SPEER ......................... ..................... P resident SARAH HATCHER .... ......... S ecretary-Historian FAY GLENN ............ .................... T reasurer SARAH KRAFT ....... ............. S gt.-at-Arms UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY X f .L-u,.,. -L. nur 4.. Q 4.- ff XZ, 1, vt f e. U ' 'Nl 1. I Q 52 w, 1 ,mg ' V . It lqlj H, "Qi Nfl' M ,,":iA. wk V 4 gif -i 231' ' 'w ,,- A I X - ' yy, , .,, A TI in K, New 5 M33 f ' H :mx ,' ,W ,gt . , ,ig Ji' , 3 ,mx X ,X ,, 1+ X, ,r 1 f v senior I the d anis list The Dean's List is made up of those students in the upper ten per cent in grades earned for each class. lgliay Glenn, Education :l':Sue Kross, Liberal Arty Ella Valrie Major, Education 'xzlrene Moseley Warner, Education Fayette Baker, Pharmacy Ann Louise Bryant, Education Noel David Burleson, Liberal Ari.: Martin Ervin DaViS, Businerr Roger Allen Hegarty, Bufinerr Sarah Leah Kraft, Liberal Arts Beverly Annie Mason, Education Gordon Ragle, Liberal Arty M. Carmen Rodriguez, Liberal Arif Marion Burr Schryver, Liberal Arif William Andrew Scott, Liberal Ari: Donald Raymond Simms, Burinerr Martha Carolyn Spence, Buiineii realzman tSandra Fay Kibbee George Addison Ausman, Jr. David Kinyoun Benson Jim Dreisbach Boyer Charles Floyd Cantwell Roger Allan Carlson Carol Nadine Chatfield Lucille Compere Sherry Estey William Theodore Fetzer Richard Alan Gray John Artist Green Joseph Paul Gregg Charles David Hayward Allan McLane Hurst June Lorraine Hyatt Elizabeth Ann Johnson Kenneth Paul Jones Bert Frank Kirkpatrick Charles R. Laws Rosamond Mary Linville Dwight Thomas Maxwell Jerome Joseph Mandrup Ritz Isabel Mueller Robert Emmet Mulloy Wayne Emory Patton Michael James Rosen William Harvey Slentz Jack Robert Stanfield Paul R. Thomas Robert Vegiard Albert Dallas Williams Richard Kent Williams is CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO junior ":Eddie Vernon Bales, Pharmacy :"'John A. Dinwidclie, Bufineu ":Bonnie Mae Tumino, Liberal Arif Lois Schall Almen, Liberal Arif Samuel Anderson, Liberal Ari.: Elizabeth. Moore Bently, Education William D. Daly, Pharmacy James W. DeWitt, Burinerr Sister Claude Elaine Gamache, Pharmacy James Ganschow, Liberal Arif Mary Ann Huff, Liberal 'Am George-Ann Huston, Liberal Arif Bobby Lee Johnson, Burinerf John Allen Johnson, Burinerr Virginia Ruth Krogsdale, Education Charlotte Justyne Larr, Liberal Ari: Max Joseph Moxley, Liberal Am Lorraine Joyce Snyder, Liberal Am Margaret Windmuller, Bufineff Stephanie Gerard Ziltzer, Liberal Arif J0pll0ln0l'e 3l:Eugene Calvert, Liberal Aff! K. Dorsey Barnum, Liberal Art: Twyla Watson Boyd, Liberal Art: Richard Lee Brodbeck, Liberal Arif Albert Dean Cross, Pbarrnacy Billy Lee Cummings, Pharmacy Nancy Delap, Liberal Arn Mary Alice Gensor, Liberal Arif Donald Floyd Heath, Education Ralph Morrow Henderson Burinerr David JoneS, Liberal Arif Roberta Ann Justus, Pharmacy Diane Ramona Marsh, Liberal Am Ruth Ann Millican, Liberal Arn Virginia Louise Pearce, Liberal Arif Bernard Irving Penner, Liberal Arif Jerry Lee Simmons, Liberal Arif Thomas Elwood Sims, Liberal Arif Maxine Blanche Stagg, Liberal Ari: Stan Marvin Weiner, Liberal Am 'Studentx who have straight "A'r." A 1 Y f , , 1 1 5 W i 1 1 . i 2, l Q x , . 5 x 2 M i H 1 M P V 3 r, E 1, ' w , li W , Q, 1 fl l g w l 2 S K l , Q , S , l . 5 , 4 , 1 , El ' iv , ,I I i . W 1 M I il Q 1' I :I 1 L , 5 . R . N , l , y 3 , .5 ' WI . V . M i ll , H ' W 11 t wx 1 xv il x X L 5 i m E IN ,, V ' r w ,Q rx fw L 4 ,Q i ,, I , n f. 5, , . I ' B L Y I F P. Y. .AF W lerry Sitler, Mrs. I-login, Ken Hill, i Dick McDaneld Betty Munn, Martha Spence, Ruth Gilchrist, and Betty Antone, committee chairmen admire the scroll presented to Joe Stevens. It was signed by all the members of the orientation committees. X Lit, r f I mf 4 EL it L 2 new wi -i -Ll tori ntation Orientation proved to be an overwhelming success. From the first day in front of the Playhouse to the Orientation Dance, new students witnessed and participated in a week of fun and work. Guided tours of the campus, entrance tests, skits, dances, work and fun were all carefully planned to fill a very worth- while week for the new students on our campus. A whirlwind campaign was climaxed at the Orientation dance by the announcement that Sarah Sappington, Ann Nigro, Sharan Townsend, jerry Chidester, Larry McKinley, Bob Wilhelm, Ronnie Ostland, Princella McClain, Larry Allen, jess LaPuma, Bill Hollat and Janice Leonard. r ' 154 UNIVERSITY OF KANsAs CITY Thi Tb the 1061 'Q 1 , ,fi Gfi it U 'N ff 1 ,Q , ai , 3 24 Ei 5 1 ai l a 2 Q! , 1 1 1 1 i 1 N 5 Y f i 1 5 4 1 I 4 1 l A X Y l , S 1 i i 4 1 4 , 4 4 x N yi 1 if 'x . E ' 1 W . s N N 1 J n y fi ' 1 1 al 3 ini: W 212 W YL 1 1? i 'i F1 i' F2 ,,, Q 11 :Q H 1 .,. V "A 1' , , , 'I,L4. .-I1 Y Joann johnrorz if happy at the profpect of .felling Art Stephenfon A Bar-B-Q ticket: but to Mike Gegen it'J jzirt another mozzth to feed. ll froli FALL FROLIC was a tremendous success this year as Co-Chairmen Joann Johnson and Mike Gegen put their heads together for new fun on this campus holiday. The Bat-B-Q, sack race, egg throwing, talent Show, "Most Beautiful Baby Contest" and the big dance in the gym were all full of enthusiasm and fun. S A! xl 1 It taker time to tzirn those endleff rollr of crepe paper into breathtaking decoration! for a dance, so Sazie Bnrke balance! on the ladder high above the gym floor Jtapling paper ro that coupler like Sherry Ertey and Glenn Bridger can "rock anal roll" zinafer a beantifal orange, yellow and brown canopy. UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITE I I , I r K w . 'lf' A' , .X,L,.,. ' N .,.,,,Wf-M eww- . ..,, ,, ,, -ff.: Jai'-5-Zffiliiilzf-x ..,ff'!7.1iff'gii1, m-.W.Q1.ifi"Wm3 ...W ,.., I ' W ,,,, , . ,.,,,w, AI, ,... Smooth step: of the Tango are ftmiglot from the KCU Dance Studio. 158 hurl -q-ball The Delta Chi's true to tradition sponsored another big successful Burly-Q Ball. The House of Blue Lights in the rec room of the gym was decorated with life sized portraits of Marilyn Monroe While the Club Burly-Q in the gym proper was decorated for the elite. Skirts swirled to the music and the "coke" machine did a land office business, and every- one agreed it was the best dance ever. 572359 1 S Ihr-'F Before . . ,..,f 1 Jackie Ufveatlaerlaolt and Bill Brady, Nancy Io Delap and Elwood Armftrong, Beverly Goocibmke and Ben Sparky .feem to be enjoying each ozherlr company. after! 5, I f af 6 ito eof A E F Eileen" .5 v f X m x X3 H as X f Jiang Wren em ' r A5 .5 AX ' rr r, Y 2 WW , 2 ' of f i Y on , X S5 X V 1 f Qi, f, 7' fn, rg' M 14 I: ww. if 7 ' A -f former- , -4 , ,, f 'Of ffl: W1 , fl. Queen Mary Crouch and King Jerry Ren have the firft dance after the crowning. The .ftaff bay ju!! one qney- tion-"Why the bare feet?" 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The new members were presented at intermission and the Sweet- heart was then escorted down the white runner by President jerry Sitlerf UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY A Ha Z if f WE w E 5 1 i 1 i ix , 3. X 1 il I N X 2 P, 3. 5, 4, ww X -f 2 '3 i 'M 5 , . i V . 1 li 5 M S v 1 1 r 5 r Q . 2 1 i L 1 Y I 1, S V 13 L' ,Q 1 3' F, wi I i 1 i F' Z 5 5 N I 5 I I I X V L f V E. z ,I J , - V -N li M , ! 'F W l 2 ,L H 1' 1 ..4f"" T ml ,mdg R411 cle? 1110516 Laffy bum? Scfflm C60 C6 mmf - pep? 1 17217-Od J' 73970 pe H692 17,2 , U7 ' zfC0aJ,zh ,I Dozrn by Ibe Old mud holef' Z7 fpng' 67 Ibex? W hum frill Another successful Bum Friday went down to history, as did a long line of people to the mud pit. Co-chairmen Rosemary Lytle and Sylvia Poe directed the day's activities with the assistance of Mary Crouch, Les Nigro, Ann Nigro, Marilyn Kimball, Jo- anne Bono, Jay Peckham, Virginia Pearce, Dick Gray, Carolyn Herron, Cynthia Rogers, Rosemary Mollett, Melvin Fried, Ruth Gil- christ, and jerry Campbell. jess LaPuma won the beard growing contest prize-a shaving ser. The tremendous day was topped off by the Kangaroo Hop, the crowning and the cup awards. UN1VERs1TY OF KANSAS CITY Q24 4724 gflfa Ski by Hz d alz Fi Sk '1 ,v X Q WH fl If 1, HN ,N ,. if Tx . I z "1 Hi +1 53 fl ,v 1 1 , ,I ,,, '3 ,5 5 Y ,ll ,., '1 W I '1 : X 1 1 I W 41 5 1 1,1 3 A 1 . 1 R i X 1' z , 3 ,I 4 Q Q 1 ,,j5 11 ri 1 Mx EW! JY? 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H , , , , ' A' f 1 W S 1 1 1 i r d so e verei Fzrrt Row: Phyllis Oliveg Mariella Gibsong Beverley Ann Hatteyg Lorraine Chaney. Second Row: Lucy Ann Weberg Albert Stoverg T. L. Laaserg Margaret Windmullerg Brix Steendammg Renata Meyer. Third Row: Charles Wordsong Dr. john P. Baumgardtg John Holmerg Jim Siglesg Noel Burlesong Frank Letsong Liselo- theole Bussy. Der Deutsche Verein is the German Departmental Club on campus. Membership is open to departmental majors and students who have an interest in the field. Der Deutsche Verein, along with the reSt of the foreign language department, helped sponsor the foreign film program, Besides the traditional Christmas Party and the spring picnic, another of their many interests this year was German lieder. PHYLLIS OLIVE .............i..........--..... ------ DAVID EPSTEIN ............. -----. IRMGARD PALTzo.. Joie HERRERA ......... RENATE N. MEYER .....,... ......... ...........President ...Vice-President .,............Secretarv ...........Treasurer Faculty Advisor UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY ,,,fMf9m1WV I . 'ff' ff A f' , X R53 ' X ' x '57 ' S 7,3 ff 'Jw K fl '4 ,, WW W 1 Q V X- H ff U7 1, :. - .49 4' ,W , Wy' IM 4 ii' 4 W U 5 1 f 'f ,I 5 ww 1 4 0 I ." ' 41-as chair l,i.,..7,, Dr. Hyatt Wuggouer, Faculty uduiror to Eury Clauir dircurrer the all Faulkner irrue of "Number one" with Mary Lou Rorr, jim Douglur and Jody Stephenson. OFFICERS MARY LOU ROSS ......... ............ P resident JIM DOUGLAS ,...,,,,.,............. ....... V ice-President JODY STEPHENSON ...,................ ................... S ecretarv DR. HYATT WAGGONER ........ ....... F aculty Advisor numb Number Oue is the magazine published by Easy Chair, the English Departmental Club of Kansas City Univer- sity. .lt is published irregularly by a student editorial staff, advised by the English Department faculty, and Consists of student contributions of original writing. 182 Easy Chair is the English Departmental Club on the University of Kansas City campus. It offers programs of a literary nature and informal discussion of pertinent subjects and problems. Membership is open todepart- mental majors and all who have an interest in the field. Easy Chair sponsors the publication of Number Oue, a magazine of original writing by students. 011 OFFICERS LOTHAR KNAUTH ......... ........ E ditor in Chief DON GIBSON .............. ....... A ssociate Editor UNIVERSITY OF KANSA s CITY am can emical societn ' ,,,, , X My I iiifilsf ff 7 -4' , , H' VZWQZ7 W--.-..f.Agc..i,..,,...,-...... - .M ,,,, ,,,,, f flshlqeiriqpmgng n the grams :inent epart- field. Me, a Chief Editor h ,S3,r,m. or :ff I is We is., L Q 5 A 7 QL V, if S I gr t 7 p.,,,4X gms x X! L d' Davis john Ha nes' Cecil Hammonds' Myron N Jorgenseng Oii1.IlLlC1 Anderson, ir.i...... Firrr Row: eo is 3 y , , . Maria. Second Row: Dan Carrg P. A. Lewisg A. C. Oettingg Fred Trusellg C. E. Woodson. The Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society ' l on the K.C.U. campus is one of over BOO chapters o- cated in various universities and colleges in this coun- " ' ' d duate try. Student affiliation is a program for un ergra students enrolled in course work leading toward a degree ' ' ' ' ' The Student in chemistry or chemical engineering. Affiliate Group at K.C.U. was established in 1948 and was very active this year. iANSAS CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO OFFICERS LEODIS DAVIS .,......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,4,,,, ,.,,-4,--,,-.,.A--.., Q h airmlm CECIL HAMMONDS ----------A.--... ...... S ecretary-Treasurer DR. M. P. PUTERBAUGI-II PHILIP LEWIS I SPO nsors M. N. IORGENSEN WILLIAM ROST ................m...-a. I I I 9 - f , . ' f A v X X ff uch do About Shakes earew ,uv The university was fortunate this year in having among its faculty Mrs. Carolyn Benton Cockefair who is known widely as a lecturer and book reviewer. During the second semester she conducted a literary study-tour to England. Mrs. Cockefair was the tele- vision instructor for "Much Ado About Shakespeare," a series of television pro- grams centering discussion on seven of Shakespeare's plays: Merchant of Ven- ice, julius Caesar, Antony and Cleo- patra, Othello, King Lear, and The Tempest. The programs were seen at one o'clock on Saturday afternoons on KCMO-TV. Carolyn Benton Cockefair conducts an interesting lecture series on Shakespeares plays. ,nf 4 l The panel for this show was made up of CJ Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ashton, Allard Garten and Bill Gormley. i l 1 l f 1 SAS C1 l l l l TY THE 1956 KANGAROO ty-ff',.,,'z ll l v i I i 1 i lt z l S bench and rob The Bench and Robe, the honor society of the School of Law, gives recognition to the attainment of scholarship of a superior quality and implements the ideals, growth, and wel- fare of the University of Kansas City School of Law. A candidate for membership must be in the upper ten percent of his class, have at least twenty-four credit hours of residence and sixty credit hours of professional courses in the School of Law. The Bench and Robe held their annual banquet on May 2, and the 1956 honorary initiate is john B. Gage, former Mayor of Kan- sas City. The student initiates for 1956 are: Robert Neely, Tilly Gilberg, Lawrence R. Magee, and john Lawrence Fitzgerald, jr. Lin 90049200 9:14, wan, Qzwzerwe Q. .Magee gzamfg JW l l 5 l 186 T UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY cl Ita t eta phi 5 F' t R .' oe Sherman' ohn Worksg James Dahlg Don Longstaff, Second Row: Stan Earnaamg Anthony zrr ow J , I Thomasg Harry Mathenyg George Newellg Marion Mikinskig judge Mcl-Iale. Tbzrd Row: jack Gesselmang Robert Bevang james Dickensg Paul Edmondson. l 1 Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity is one of the largest national professional fraternities and is celebrating its 56th year. The chapter at the Kansas City Law SChOOl received its national charter and became known as Snyder Senate of Delta Theta Phi in l9l5. For the past fhfefi years Snyder Senate has won the national scholarship cup that is competed for by 82 Senates. This cup has now become the permanent property of Snyder Senate. SAS Crm THE 1956 KANGAROO JIM D1cKENs .....,,..., JIM DAHL .........,.,..,.. OFFICERS HARRY MATHENY ......,,.,. PAUL EDMONDSON ......... MIKE LUCERO .......,,,..... ED LACH .............,....... C. E. SPITZ ......,...,,...,, RUDOLPI-I HEITZ ,...... . ........,......,,. Dean ...........X71C6-D680 ........Rolls Clerk Exchequer Clerk ........,..,..Trihune ............i....Bailiff Master of Ritual ,Faculty Advisor 7 hi a pha de ta X ' I . In I li ' l I i 1 I l i I ' I ' I I Wil, 1' . ll' lr" ' 1 Nl I .I - ,I . , I W: - 1 . I Il l am!! it M ' Firft Row: S. J. Siegelg Lee E. Wehsg Vana R. Frickg Lyle M. Hansong Stephen B. Millin. Second Row: y I li E. L. Wurdackg David A. Tanquaryg Al Hardyg Thomas Cochrang H. W. Waltong Kevin Kirwang Tony l l Ir I? Romanog Leonard Shaw. Third Row: Bob Millerg Norman Sandersg Brock McPhersong jerry Kleing Carl S. I We 1 ' gill I . Kenneth L. Meineng Dick Coleg Leonard Swade. , I., il Ile If .Il , if f ? I , 1 I 71.1, . l I-NI . I ll Iliim OFFICERS Ill gj STEPHEN B. MILLIN ....................... gm l' 3 VANCE FRICK ................................ my THOMAS KRETSINGER ....... .. I NORMAN SANDERS ......... . mgaiggg EDWARD XWURDACK ......... . ,jay 52 f STANLEY SEIGEL ................ 'iij I I xi. 'I mfg, f ll '11 , A I , I' -- I II l lp It If The Thomas Hart Benton Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta 4 .I Law Fraternity was installed at the School of Law in A ii f 1907 and is the oldest at the school. The purposes are A 5 if 5 A I A to form strong bonds among members at various schools l 'Y I a n l A and between schools and their former students, to facili- - tate interchange of business and social and intellectual intercourse among members, and to foster those princi- L- ples tending to form a higher type of manhood. ei Q., 1: I . lil ' I ISS 4 Gillilandg E. Stirling. Fourth Row: John Callahang Hugh Nugentg James G. Trimbleg Tom B. Kretsingerg ............justice .......Vice Justice ..............Clerk ...........Treasurer ..........Marshal .......Faculty Advisor UNIVERSITY OF-KANSAS CITY 5 I hi de ta delta H-M, -fm 4? "aff ' -A o- 21' ' vw. ? .hm 1. , ff I X. W' I E L I 3 F 4 3 2 E v I n P Y 190 A I f Fin! Row: jo Zelma Taylorg Vera L. jonesg Tiera Earrowg Mabel Reillyg Ida G. Turner. Secomi Row: Alice J. Boyerg Lula C. Shortg Betty Bondg Edna Burnellg Margaret Masong Blanche Prichardg Martha Sperry Hick- man. Third Row: Verlyn Munozg Josephine Koch, Mable Eitchg Helen Dunlapg Margaret Reillyg Tiera Les- terg Bernadine LeBerthon. OFFICERS IDA G. TURNER ................................. ............. P resident DORIS YENDES .,,,,,,,,,.....,............... ........ V ice-President DORIS YENDES ,.,................. ......... T reasurer MABEL REILLY ........................ .............. S ectetary ALICE JEANNE TANNER ....... NORMA KINDSVATER ....,.. CHARLES CARNES ............ Phi Delta Delta International Legal Fraternity was first organized in 1911. Psi Chapter was chartered at the Kansas City School of Law in 1925, and has been active on the campus since that date. Psi Chapter sponsors the annual Law Day Breakfast, honoring the visiting Law Day speakers at which the Law School faculty and promi- nent local attorneys are guests. ..............Chancellor ....................Chaplain ........Faculty Advisor UNIVERSITY OF KANsAs CITY 1 1 ega dames -mm A 'AW Row One: Shirley Sandersg No-rma Cooleg Mary Hardyg Jean Nugent. Row Two: Wanda Highsmithg Vivian Caresiog Ann Stirlingg Barbara McPhersong June Brennan. Row Tbree: Oreta Tanguaryg june Wurdackg Barbara Calving Gene Milling Betty Daleog Phyllis Gilliland. OFFICERS ' BARBARA MCPHERSON .............. ...,........... P resident JUNE BRENNAN ..i......,...... ....... V ice-President BETTY DALEO ............,..... ............ S ecretarv BARBARA CALVIN ...... ........ T reasurer The Legal Dames is made up of the wives of the mem- bers of the Phi Alpha Delta Fraternity. This group originated in 1954. Outside activities consisted of serv- ing coffee and cookies to the entire Law School during finals, designing and constructing decorations for the P.A.D. Graduation Dance, Halloween Party, and Christ- mas Dance, and giving a Christmas basket to a needy family. UNivERs1TY OF KANsAs CITY V, iii mg W Z5 wh-bv ,assay 4 s ii, ,it t o lax re ' I ,fi , il ,ff in 1. ww Xa H f We ' I l 4 ll EI t . ,Q rf g X X l l i -.Nm ii L. K rl ii i 'i L i X? Fin! Row: Russell D. Jacobson' Ernest H Fremont jr' Doris Yendes' Anthon ll U i ' i , H , y J. Romanog Brock R. Mc- ' El1EetrEOrgieiEc'tiq1ZliryR0w. Robert Bevang Vance Rs Frickg Sam E. Overfeltg John L. Fitzgeraldg Kenneth J. Il lf ll OFFICERS it ll LARRY FITZGERALD2 3 SAM OVERFELT g -----------------------------------.4--- CO-Editors , BROCK MCPHERSON f-'--,- ................. C omments Editor GEORGE C-A-PRA ----------------------...... Recent Decisions Edirol- H ANTHONY ROMANO -----------------------.---- Business Manager ll, RUSS JACOBSON --'---,---4----- ---- A SSiStar1t Business Manager CHARLES CARNESl , V ig HUBERT NELSON '----'-- -----.............. F acuity Advisors The U7Zil'6fJif:l' of Kmzmf City Lnzi' Review is a scholar- ly legal journal devoted primarily to the discussion of fp Missouri and American law. Students not only edit the articles appearing in the Review, but also write a very ' important part of the materials. Membership on the staff is open to those upperclassmeri who have estab- i i lished an acceptable academic record, proficiency in legal research, and literary abilities. 193 5 CITY THE 1956 KANGARGO 4 l 1 ega ' lini kr! il it EE L ig 9 Q E 5 i E 1 i s E l 2 i l94 K 1 1 i Fmt Row: Brock R. McPhersong Doris Yendesg LaVone Dailyg Hartzell Whyte. Second Row: james Wilson Spencerg Anthony J. Romanog Phil C. Houxg Vance R. Frickg john M. Speca. The Legal Aid Clinic of the University of Kansas City was established in l95O as a charitable organization. lt is operated by law students, who are selected to partici- pate on the basis of interest and ability. Members ad- vise their clients as to rights, draft their legal docu- ments, and when necessary, assist in representing them in court. orricrtts A DORIS YENDES ............,....................................... Chairman HARTZELL WHYTE ....... ........ S ecretary-Treasurer JOHN SPECA ..i......i....... .......... F aculty Advisor UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY Sant Overfelt, Prefident of the Law School Student Bar Afsocia- tion Winxton Buford Dean Marlin Volz of Phi Delta Phi. Eileen Fleming Prexident of the Law School Alumni. law da The Freshman Law Day was for faculty, students, and friends of the School of Law, and was sponsored by the Student Bar As- sociation. Two separate programs were held so that both day and night students might hear the ad- dresses. Honorahle Elmo Hunter, Judge of the Circuit Court, Kanxax City, Miffouri, gave one of the main addrenex Clay Rogerf, Attorney of the firm Rogerx, Field and Gentry. Stephen Millen, Vice-Prefident of the Law Fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta, gave a hrief Jpeech on ity function. Dorif Yendey, Student Leader of Legal Aid, made a few remarkx. sAs CITY THE 1956 KANGAROO Y L.-,Y,.Y Y-.A1 11 -1 1' 1 1 1 1 ' 111111111 11911-1 1 111111 1 1 :i 11 11l 1 1 1? 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It was founded in Northwestern University Dental School to promote, among students of dentistry, a high degree of scholarship. Twelve per cent of each graduating class may be eligi- ble to receive the key of membership on the basis of high scholastic standing, su- perior clinical preparation, and desirable personal qualifications. ,mmm awww sam 'Hamm Wbhau! Mmm M126 glankdm Mmm yazwfw ummm? awww .Zum .filaommya Qibdmf gaze .flhwhmz gmc! Qikbhwm' ymme awww imma .azaayazfmm Qamwwe gkomm Yahweh efmzww .ffmmka VQZMMQ, ,mm ,QW Qocmy Winnie .Www Www 4 1 R K A Q WA M ff- 1 ' - "sly .H ll!!! Q I! U, M W ' QQ SN W , , 1 W , li ! 1 5 F 'HA QW? , N E ' 5 1 1 5 r F w L' Y 1,2 'M W wx, VN, I E N1 C l W , l l 4 I M1 Mi W! if V H, R " Q! 1 x :fir i x ,hug ,P Mi V24 W gi' VT M , ,lx fy' 1 W z 1 W p, , K- Y v V ipsip ' Fir!! Row: Dalton Connerg Montie Furrg Sam C. Harrisg Ed Eidsong Jim Darrell Leag Dr. Jay -Ionesg Max Greer. Second Row: Charles Brockg jack Pierceg Lee Wightg John Stonesg Doug McBrideg Harbard Coxg K. 'C. Sweatmang Bobbie J. Bautts. Third Row: jim Andersong Andrew Canellosg Fritz Lauerg Jerry Crookg jerry Wagnerg Bill Clevelandg Charles Guthrieg Max Murrisong Kenneth Watsong Glenn Houghg Bob E. McConnell. Fozfrtb Row: jerry Southerng Ken Adamsong Bob Cooperg Ken Porterg jerry R. San- dersg Dean Melkinsg Ron Davisg Dick Leightyg Ben Gainesg Donald Krauseg jim Garrisong Warner Marlan. Fifth Row: Lyle Heim- erichg Dorsey J. Mooreg Deloit R. Wolfeg Reno Ahlving Kenneth Givensg Bill Grimesg john Engelbrochtg Jess Harrisg Willis R. Esaug J. E. Sanding Roger Wasser. Sixfb Row: R. Billingsleyg George Tillerg Charles Trudgeong Jim Troutg Robert Gettigg Dwaine Kurtzg Howard E. Cumminsg Bob Newtong Will Richieg Edward H. Pete g Pete Orsg Dayton McDonaldg Audio Lee Henningtong lack Faerverg Dwane johnsong james Torchia. Sevefzfb Rout jim Huntg Edwin Kecknagelg Durl O'Nealg Jack Marteneyg Charles C. France lVg Peter K. Denningerg 'Bill Slagleg Bill Nealeg Charles G. Williamsong Richard H. Kampg Robert F. Maloneg Belbert Trot- terg Royce, A. Hinkle, jrg J. D. Richeyg Darrell Bresheang Carl C. Collierg Fred Clarkg Arlen Staabg Gale T. Holsmang Robert D. Fulkersong Jacob Moberly. Xi Psi Phi is the largest Dental Fraternity on campus, numbering one hundred and thirty-four members. This year they sponsored the Shipwreck Dance and had a good time doing it. The costumes were fascinating and entertaining. The senior dinner dance was the big event of the year at which the graduating seniors were honored. Robert Mitchum received the award for the highest scholastic standing. 202 OFFICERS ED EIDSON ............................................ President SAM HARRIS .......................,....... MONTIE FURR .......... RENO AHLVIN ...... ...Vice-President .,............Treasurer ..i............Secretary JIM LEA ,i,,,,,,.,,,,,,,..,....... .,..... R ush Chairman DALTON CONNER .......... ................... E ditor DR. JAY JONES ........... ......... S Dousor UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY 4,0 - , .,.., , , , ,W , , . W, , , I x I 1 , Miha. gonna gm 204 sag, 7 , f X 4 ,ef ' 5 ,c hffff, ,Q ,K , W , .- X I ' 'A , "My, ' ,, 4 Wm 1 f ' f Q, Vp 7 f .ffm .few .yfzvgamazd , g 'II' , , V, uh having Jlleba Qoaelfa .Wwha .ffm .fmmgm M442 Q C :iv X. 1 I , LS 1 f ll, ' , 'tw I 'I 1 1 N! . l , A NP M N f fl? ml -N ' 525132, 9 X s X x Q 2 X , w y KY A? ! XA 5534 S is 206 ,Af H.. . Q, ,tt I f' ,a A. . ..,.' , ww-ef af- ' 'R Zmh hawk all The tenth Annual Bushwhacker Ball pre- sented by the Junior Class of the Dental School in honor of the Senior Class was held in the Grand Ballroom of the Muehle- hach Hotel in March. The climax of the evening was the crowning of Shirley Binkley before a huge crowd of Dental students, wives, Sweethearts and friends. Mrs. Binkley was chosen from an illustrious field of ten dental hygienists and wives of dental students. UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS Cm I pre- Dental s was uehle- nf the inkley idents, inkley -ld of dental T2 Q i Q I 5, U1 2 ' 'sAs CITY rho hi Seated: Eddie Balesg Patricia Grohg Mr. Lyle Willits. Second Row: Dr. William J. Rost' Dean Leslie L Eig enbrandtg Theodore Auyong, Eugene Webster, Member: not pictured T ayette S. Baker OFFICERS Albert Dean Cross 2121355 V. BALES ................ .................,, ,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,.. p , esident - - 1 WEBsTER ...,,,.,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,- V - ,P -d Wlulam Dean Daly DR- WILLIAM ROST ....,,, ,,,,,,,, 5 e,,,eta1fjTfZQQu'fQf HOSTIUS -.----- ......... E aculfy Advisor Sister Claude Elaine Gamache DR. E' A, Rho Chi Society was established nationally in 1922, and ' ' 4 Th r ose Alpha Omega Chapter at K.C.U. in 195 . e pu p ' reco nize and encourage scholarship, inside and is to g outside the classroom. lt seeks to emphasize the profes- ' instruc- sional aspects of pharmacy and point the way to tive study and research, and above all to make its mem- ' thical, and more useful bers more professional, more e to the world. THE 195 GKANGAROO erlcan phar aeaeufca p ass I3 ation 8 . M 1 Y" , i , , at . If if hy ,z V f ., 'im A L' Q ff' P' , V M - , I 1 iw! MW X . saw f . 1 U H I 'S if X V 3 Q. . M.. W. 1 f ,,..,. aa is 4 ' ss. X. 'E 'K' ef W 1, "1 'N ' 'Q ,QW . - 49- f, f ff Z fy ' V 2' . I 'Q f 'X' 4 a ,, J , ' W... ,n X' ff 1: , . .. . f .W .' ff jf, , ,R . Aw Y v , jpw , ' , I , 2 1 My I :mem fr . X Q A' ay Z V QQ if by ,., 4.2 if: . ,W f f I .. ,Q Q X Z 741.431 , f tw, 4 X , V . . BQ. .f V M Q' ? 9 2, f wif? 1 ff 'V - . 4 V f A wwf: 1' ' 1. ' S", 1 ff! M' 2' 1 X Xxx! :sk QQ EWS tv Q? I xl ,Q ,iz ' vi x MVA it 6 'aa E Fint Row: Barbara Swenssong Joann johnsong Arlene Brunerg Sister Claude Elaine Gamacheg Frances Barrett. Second Row: Roy Morgang Eddie Mozzoag Robert Aug urg Les Nigrog Lee Roy Brunerg Hugh K. Charlesg Robert Renickg Ernest Sjoblomg Herbert Berlin. Third Row: M. E. Tuteralg W. W. Tuttleg G. H. Adamsg L. T. Helmstetterg D. R. Priceg Al Dunaging M. J. Dorsey. Fourth Row: Jay Peckhamg Bob Hassigg Martin J. Morriseyg Kenneth Short. The American Pharmaceutical Association was organized in 1852, and the Student Branch at K.C.U. was chartered in l9-45. The objectiye is to foster and uphold the high standards of pharmaceutical education and license and strong legislation for the protection of the public health in the production and distribution of the drugs. The Sudent Branch this year sponsored a Halloween Party, Christmas Dance, and Spring Dinner-Dance and had monthly meetings with guest speakers. OFFICERS MARTIN MORRISEY ........ ............... P resident WILLIAM OSBORN ......... ....... V ice-President JOANNE JOHNSON .......... ............ S ecretary ROBERT M. AULGUR ....... ........ T reasurer UN1vt2Rs1Tu' OF KANsAs Cin' u iness B ast The Businessmerfs Blast was the first of its kind this year. The committee which planned the fun was made up of five able business- men-to-be. They were Dick Garner, Mike Gegen, john Perry, Pete Hanebaum and Don Story. A chili supper preceded the dance with a business school turn out of over seventy-five per cent. Over three hun- dred and fifty people rocked and rolled to the music of Tommy Tucker. X Tbankfgzwng bafrvert war the theme UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY W N., yy x X . A A 55? Z 'W ,V -4-af t : -44-"T-ZTv..':.'iV5 1sAs CITY V v ll I 'tif 5, Q 4 1 , r frfcnmi rffilfigr 1, ,,r tt, as , --t-f. ':3.::?:f'2?T?2'z THE 1956 KANGAROO rw? !Zi Food war fascinating to the high rchool rtitclentr whether it war from over a connter or ont of a canteen. ihlll school da The annual High School Day sponsored by Teachers Now Training was full of fun and information. The high school students interested in teaching as a career were greeted with speakers, dis- cussion groups, lunch, clever handmade objects and new friends. ., when Dircitrrion gronpr anal rpeaherf all took reconcl place when it canie to the rtory of "How the Elephant Got I-Iii Trnnhu. Everyone agreecl that it war certainly clever. 213 - f E v N f, if l ,J 5 4 ' - ' 1 1 . iw I nr I ' K2 ' 1 N W , - 5 X I g 1 V, 1 w ru 1 3 i Y! ir' 2 ,Q I 1 1 M1 .gg u 1! I vv V sf s 1 A , The K. C. U. Playhouse is one of the paths among the gigantic network of pathways at our university. Along this road travel the aspirant actors and actresses, each hoping it will lead them to fame and fortune. Some accomplish this goal, while others fail. What- ever the outcome, however, the University Theatre contributes the very best in train- ing and practice. I ll :iw . 11 ff .. -C.w4.,mumuwA. Y i 1 I .49-4'+.4,,..-,.-., V . ' , , , ' ...Ab W f . Y A -, Williams, yard Baird 1 Deursen, ld Highley nia Pearce, Iia Gunner Biorkman, I Williams :Williams, seph Dolci :ne Reeble, Inne Knott 1 Flanagan, ice Nelson I Jennings, O'Bannon EMONS n, Phyllis ell, Edythe Itlaw, Don n rd Hoehns, Ilaine Pen- Whisler Herriman, h, Bernice lo Randall, Jean Smith :As CITY V The Importance of Being Earnest. Oscar Wilde's wit at its best in a merry mix-up of mistaken identities that pokes fun at social etiquette. jack Worthing, and his friend Algernon, have an exceedingly dif- ficult time in persuading two elegant and uhelplessi' females that there really is no importance in being Earnest. The play, di- rected by Dr. Alban Varnado, played April 18th through the 21st, with handsome cos- tumes by Douglas Russell and sets of the Edwardian era designed by J, Morton Walker. LANE ----------------------------------------------- -------...... J erry Roller ALGERNON MONTCRIEFF ......... .,,,,,,,,,,,,, C hafles Boho -...-............. ......... M aL11'iCe Warner LADY BRACKNELL ------------------. ......... W lnifred Weber ...,.... ,,,,,,,, M afgafet Kurtz M135 PRISM ---------------------------- ............. E tta Wilson CECILY CARDEW --------------- .-...... G eorgia O'Daniel MERRIMAN ---------------- ........ B udcly Zimmer REV- CHASUBI-E -------- ......... H oward Warren THE 1956 KANGAROO Jhe Qgnvpwfance of web? afwzeal We? I The Tempert by William Shakespeare, di- rected by Dr. Patricia Mcllrath, was pre- sented May 9th through the 12th, bringing the Playhouse season to a triumphant cli- max. Tloe Temper: presents Shakespeare in one of his happiest moods in a manure comedy of lively fantasy and airy beauty. Beautifully staged, the play had a large cast of actors and musicians, and was accentuated by the expert set designs of J. Morton Walker with superb costumes by Douglas Russell. ALONZO, KING OF NAPLES ........................ jack DeLoyht SEBASTIAN, HIS BROTHER .........------------------- Jack I-cake PROSPERO, THE RIGHT DUKE OF MILAN .............. Thomas Buckley ANToNio',"His''iiR6TiliEiQ"TiliE"iIsiiiiPING DUKE OF MILAN ......................... ........-.- G eorge WMO FERDINAND, SON TO THE KING OF NAPLES ...... Siddell' GQNZALQ, AN HONEST OLD COUNCILLOR ............ Saunders-White ADRIAN, A LORD ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.... ........... B laine Pennington' FRANCISCO, A LORD .....-.------------ ------------------- J lm LCM' CALIBAN, A SAVAGE AND DEFORMED SLAVE ........ Gibson' TRINCULA, A JESTER ,,,,,,..,.,...... ............... B uddy Zlmmer STEPHANO, A DRUNKEN BUTLER ........ Maumee Nugenxt MASTER 05 THE SHIP ,.............. ................. G eorge Kuhni MARINER '-...,-,-, --,,,,,-,,,,,,,, ..,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,................ P a u l jones BOATSWAIN ,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,.,................... .............. J e ss LaPurna" MIRANDA, DAUGHTER TO PROSPERO ---------------------- - .-'---'.-. ,',----.- -.,.-..,...---,, ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,...,,.,... M a r y jo Randall ARIEL, AN AIRY SPIRIT -.----------------- ------------- J ?f1C DNS' IRISU .'.--'.--- --.--.-.--.,..., .,--,,,,.,,,,, ,,,.,.., M ar I on Weaver CERES .---'-'..- --'.-"-,---,-,. ---,,,, ,,,,,,,, N a n cy Bohnsach' JUNO.:i -----.---',-- .-..-..-.-,...,-, -.,,,, ,,,,... L a w ana Walters 'Indicates K. C. U. Student I M H 1 717' I N 1 N W P Q If in L: N pf a i a 1 a 23 L f fi EQ M. Heidi by Johanna Spri, was directed by Dr. Patricia Mcllrath and presented March 14th through the 24th, as the second Children's Theatre production of the year. This de- lightful childrens play is 'taken from the familiar childhood story of a Swiss girl and her family. Poor Heidi is taken from her grandfather to live in the city with another family, the Sesemans, and finally after many disappointments, gains happi- ness as the curtain falls. waffff ' am Gibson irry Snyder jim Seaver ally Giffen Tytler FATHER STREBLER ........ ........ T Om Buckley' DOROTI-IEA ............--- ---- ----- GILDA ...... LISA ....... "'s'aiiQ"ol'fiEfi Nancy Bohnsacl-c ..............Lory Stark 1 l en Gibson 'et Smalley Burkholder ny Gardner 'y Bohrisach AUGUST ......... ness ........ CHRISTOF ......... rielle Irving Martha Meagher Cheryl Stevens Don Caldwell Mike Caldwell :ryl Stevens Spielberger ess I.aPuma HANS ............A------- ------------- - ANTON .................. -.----------------- ------------- - - - KING LUDVIG .................... .....s..-------- - -V ........I-larry Snyder ...........Bob Starret .Don Adams FREDERIC VON REIN -------------- -------------- -'--- 5 - -- . .Blaine Pennington SERVANTS --"..-,-.-..,,-, .,...,.,,,, C harles Cook, Dick VfO0mCU NISAS CNY THE 1956 KANGAROO ii '4 l. il f 1 l l 1 i i l l si..NI 27 llli liz lr Hli V iw ff! me ll EI Jfl It CI III BI' ia EY nh en th lIC er th ies AS DICCON ......... HODGE ....................... TIB .................................. p COCK .......................... DAME CHAT .......... DOCTOR RAT ........... MASTER BAILY .....,.. DOLL ....................... CITY THE 1956 KANOAROO GAMMER GURTON ....... ....... ammea fgwzlon Ja ,fleedk p Gazmmer Gzrrzonk Needle, a Medieval farce, was directed by Donald Dorrell for the Studio Theatre and presented on January 12th and 13th. It was an entirely farcical story dealing with the happenings brought about when an Old lady mislays her needle and searches tirelessly without much reward. .......Harry Snyder ...........Dave Holman ....Beverly Garbee .Sarah Sappington ...Donald Correll ........Nancy Stiles ....Buddy Zimmer .........Jerry Roller .........Lois Alrnen get gaemwnne The Woman of Paris by Henry Becque was directed by Miss Mila jean Smith and pre- sented for the Studio Theatre as a produc- tion in the round in the Recreation Lounge of the gym on the evening of March 27th. The story centered around the character of Clotilde, a respectable Parisian wife of the l88O's, who expertly handled her husband and various lovers. CLOTILDE ......... --------- LA FONT .......... ------ DU MESNIL ......... ----- SIMPSON ........... ADELE ........ .jane Davis .........Dick Lane ...Jack DeLoyht Vern Siddall Patricia Minnier 22 v I 4 I 1 1 W l V 3 1 11, lx 11 'n V 4 1 P 1 YN V V y I Q E i il '4 ? f ? 1 I 1 W ' L A in M 2 E Q , l umm' x s x 1 1 1 3 'Efx :XX X7- 373 S 1' :?0 o. 1 o u u 1 a 0 412. 'ni' v ' ua , a I "..gan Qc 's ' an nl 1:7 ODD 0 89. .jf -li t P ort Our path of sports has not yet led very far into the world but with the sure growth of our University it is ever widening and lengthening. Our teams have not always been defeated and our spirit will never go down to defeat. UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY V Xt S THE 19 2 CITY 9 Q Wfllll 1' eoreatlon association , e.y'4-W1-fw,Mv,,-....,,.,rr. , .ff , . if, , t sg A Q3 t w-.1 S is si fs VY Q7 'X " '1- f, r sa - a f l S- f f t ear . - X- 15 , K K s , -'CMN ' X.. sf . A X i ,, W . 'QV A , emi My p t ,. , 5 X if S s - f . ts ,V ,X XZ, ' S X X. wi f . 1 . n W S X 3 fr 25 A ' ' 7 in - f 4 tiff -Q Mi V 5 3 4 f eff' 5: f ' f - wx at E ft , .af 'Ek ' X , 1 WWW ...l ,t n , , if a w f Ms. X ,ff I, N, xr' I X f Ygydmgywm I ll as , ,, .f , 1 y I I X .,,1. . 5 ififgffig 5? G Q- i, gs is , Seated: Marlene Botwin, Liz Fassigg Carolyn Herron. Standing: Barbara Spruil, Sarah Hatcher, Mrs. Hagen Sponsor. l THE 1956 KANGAROO IRS' OFFICERS LIZ FASSIG ....................................... ...,............. P resident SARAH HATCHER ........... .............. V ice-President CAROLYN HERRON ........ ................................ S ecretary BARBARA SPRUILL ......... ............ T Cam Sports Manager MARLENE BOTWIN .............,,. Individual Sports Manager MRS. HARRIET HAGEN ........,............................... Sponsor The Women's Recreation Association organizes womens intramural sports on the University campus. Among the sports offered are pingpong, tennis, badminton, aerial darts, basketball, volleyball, bowling, archery, and bridge. Five members make up the W.R.A. Board, a regulating council. 229 ,fi- ff4f ., mf, I 9 - "f2zYnsEma ul 4-"-'3,f- :f- A:V,,....YW Y-,W ,g,, , , ,, Y -V Y-- X W w 1 l I , 1 B .,.,-if w A W w L ii V E I E 1 1 f F H w X N i W i dis- over ches. Dart The winners in the Badminton Doubles were Carolyn Herron and Linda O'Dell. Linda O'Dell is about to serve up some more trouble. Carolyn Skidmore and Marlene Botwin represented KCU in th6 tennis finals at the Park College Individual Sports Day early in April. Wom S Sport Wu W ,, l rea yi W 5 . -- 1 ff. , 4 f ,f 7, mv! , 4 4 ,5 2 , V V V , 1 . ' M f.7,,,.,.1 W .f ' 1 " Ii rwwz 'f , -ww "" " ""' 4 3 'H 3 , , y , ., We af -"iw W f 7 5 gl , 1 I X Z xv '1 xx- Y f r 7 ? 1 ' 'A if 4 Y z X me 6 .mf -,,eI 1 , 1 ' l ' l Y y r 3 , I s v if Q f ' Y ,M H 7 ,Z W v I TN ', wg X 4, Z vw , ff L , -Q ,V,,ffft.,., W i Q 5 E l l . V f W ,MW ,W,, 6 qw, 1 U f1,"'1 ,. . ' .644 t i sAs Claw' l l THE 1956 KANGAROO Menls Intramural Athletics is a program of sports activity for the men on the University of Kansas City wo intramural trophies are awarded each year. campus. T to the individual and one to the team making the one L - highest number of points in intramural competition. The purpose of lntramural Athletics is to provide recre- ational activities for students of all levels of ahilitv. 25 , A :"f ymQfh' ' 2 .2 1111- 1 '1 1' 1 if 1 1 7, 1 H11 3 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 Q 1 11.1 1 1 ' 2 1 11' L 11 1 1 1111 5: L1 51 1, 1 , 3 ' 1 .1 1 1 1 ,4 4 1 ' Zi X' 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 E 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 51 11 111 , 11 I W 2 1 1? 1 '11 1 1" 11 1 1 1 1 111 Q 1,1 V 11 1111 , ,Vi . 1 1 1 ' 1 1 35 1 15 1 1 1 1 -1 1 N 1 1 1 W 1 1 1 11 2 1 111 1 111 12 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 11 1 '1 1 1 1 1 112 11 111 31 W 11 ' 1 1 1 19 Li E11 I 1 f 1 11 11 1 111 11 11 1 111 11 1, 11 11 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 111 , 1 11 1 1 1 x. 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X is ix I - 1 V cy. fi .M 'Q X rr x .1 Q , M 21 fz i X X X, X Eofi """5?iQ,Q W' , -gffvfff hi ,, ., iff 1 e X f 'S i x ,f s QW 5 ,X Xxqf ' X rj K . wx Q Y s A 4 mx sk .Q f ' it ri H 4 i 7 4, 4' , Emma-fH""'SS"'9 it i Y 5 In the years ahead, keep in touch with your classmates through your Alumni Association. Send address changes promptly and receive your .Alumnus Magazine on time. Keep an active interest in your Alma Mater. Alumni Office, Administration Building Alumni Association President: Dr. Hugh lvloore, U46 KCU Alumni Association 5100 Rockhill Road, Kansas City, Mo. Address All Communications to James P. 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P 400 Modem Rooms with Bath . . . from 35.00 P Completely Air Con- ditioned - PI-Iome of Famous 5 Alley Room and 3 Other 5 Eating Places P Radio in Every Room P- Accommodations for Group Meetings P Carage in Connec- tion P Convenient to Shopping. H. T. TORPEY 0 Resident Monag r 950 0596 UNE Beds to I 'tall Y CANNON PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 5447 rrzoosr Hr. 4-O264- Hr. 4-0265 KANSAS crrv, Mo. ' University of Kansas City Book Store Text 0 Paper Backs 0 Sweat Shirts Supplies 0 Gifts 0 Tee Shirts ' FRANK'S BARBER SHOP 1415 E. 55th sf. JA- 3-9794 KANSAS cr'rY, Mo. FRANK BIONDO, Prop. Blue Hills Steak House Restaurant For the Steak Tnat's Different 6OI5Troost 0 JA. 3-43I6 0000 L 1111! 1f 011 f 0lll 11ll1f11v dill Wm l11 . Serving the health needs of the community through Midwest pharmacies . . . for more than half a century at the same Kansas City location. 612 Central Street R. E. ADAMS DRUG Blue Hills Prescriptions Our Specialty Bank of Commerce Free Delivery 6100 Troost EM. l-3600 5450 Troost JA. 3-Ol l l Member of l:'.D.l.C. mere cuaircufd .xdre cc pkadure Cornplirnents Qf o'KELLY's BARBER sHoP Green Jewelry Co. 5536Vz Troost DE. 3-0903 1010 Walnut VII 2-5191 Abbc U3 LIJU1 IIJ nl w er I' ff U K UU UJU1 :PIP 595:95 55555599593'PT3P3'3'53P3PP3'3'3'3'PP3'P it sersrrrrswrrsrssrsirrrrrrsrrgrmwere1s1rgrerre,g1,l::::g5,fgg1::e3ggggweeee3Beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee5 is Egwqalfgv-35:32-2.2EFFFEg255nEg:lg.qg?Egg3:Lg,9v,l5.E1.f"f.?D-?l?E:'5.:EUb22EZl0-leUQBl,'1'I'Er:?0D.rnm:'OOn.E.m.QQQQWTTQQQBNFFQHFDCB-1'-1-1-1-1ve-1-am-n A 'afl li' 'Q Abbott, Richard, 116,201 Abskier, Patsy Arm, 122 A cappella Choir, 11,152,153 Adams, Donald A., 80,92 Adams, G.H., 208 Adams, Helen H., 50 Adams John Kenneth, 75,9l,137 I Adams, Adams, Adamso Adamso John M., 80,92 Robert D., 38 n, Kenneth, 116,202 n, William E., 46 Administration building, 10, 1 1 Ahlvin, Reno, 99,202 Aiken, Dorothy, 43 Aker, N orman E., 80,92,199,200 Alberci, Carolyn, 98 Albright, Glen, 99 Albright, Richard, 189 Alexander, Robert D., 80,92 Alimon, Harry, 106 Allen, Larry, 111 Allen, Robert E., 46 Allen, Sylvia, 174 Alpha Epsilon Pi, 129 Alpha Phi Omega, 146 Altschul, Eugen, 39 Amen, Charles R., 80,92,l99 American Chemical Society, 183 American Pharmaceutical Association, 208 A.P.H.A. Halloween Dance, 209 Anderson, Jim, 99,202 Anderson, Sam, 183 Anderson, Shirley, 97,135,153 Anto ne , Betty, 154 Arbon, Harold, 106 Archer, Bill L., 80,92,20 1 Arms, Amold V., 46 Armstrong, Robert B., 80,92 Amdt, Wendell, 106 Amen, Charles, 200 Ashton, Tom, 185 Ashton, Mrs. Tom, 185 Astle, John, 99 Astry, Carole, 111 Atha, W Aulgur, Ausman Austin, alter, 100 Robert lvl., 55,87,94,208 , George, 111 June, 191 Auyong, Theodore, 54,207 Axen, Richard F., 30 Bagley, Bailey, John, 106,200 Jayceln, 122 Bain, Donald, 97,139 Baird, Edward, 77,1S0,l75,220,149 Baker, Fayette, 87,94,207 Baker, Joanne, 38 Baldwin, Rollie, 115 Bales, Eddie Vernon, 67,87,94,207 Ball, Marilyn, 217,218 Ballew, Donald, 116 Balsamo, Charles, 106 Baptist Student Union, 137 Barclay, Aletha, S0 Barlet, R.D., 106 Bames, Clara, 38 Barnes, Roger, 130 Barrett, Frances, 208 Barnett, John E., 37 Barrett, William E., 89,94,146 Barrow, Don, 116 Barry, Charles, 2 18 Bartelsmeyer, Jerry, 106 Bartheld, R.L., 107,200 Bassett, Thomas, 116,200 Baughman, Bob, 97 Baumgardt, John, 54.173 Bautts, Bob, 107,202 Beatty, Marion, 43 Beck, Wallace, 116,200 Beitling, Richard, 77,92,l89 Bell, James, 111,153 Bell, Richard, 189 Bell, Rufus E., 80,92 Bellinger, Willard R., 46 Bench and Robe, 186 Bendure, James, 180 Benight, W.M., 87 Benner, Janet, 176 Benson, Bennie, 107 Benson, David, 111 Bently, Elizabeth, 212 Berbos, Thomas, 100,200 Berger, Peter, 107 Berkley, Eliot S., 38 Berlin, Herbert, 208 INDEX Bernstein, Dave, 129 Berry, Bob, 137 Berry, Jack, 100 Beta Zeta, 133 Bevan, Robert, 43,193,187 Bibler, Dana, 116 Biggs, John, 111,131,153 Bi lings, Russell M., 80,92 Billingsley, Audell, 100 Bills, Calvin, 106 Binkley, games, 100 Binkley, hirley, 205 Birchall, Kathleen, 50 Bishop, Hazel, 174 Black, Richard R., 80,92 Blaus, Nora, 165,164,167 Blickenstaff, Wayne, 107 Bloch, S.Wheadon, 31,127,150 Board of Governors, 43 Board of Trustees, 27 Bohnsack, Nancy, 153,217, 220, 221 Boice, R.D., 87 Bolles, Patricia Sue, 121 Bond, Betty, 190 Bono, Charles, 218,221 Bono, Jo Ann, 136,170 Boomer, Gene, 217 Boring, Taylor, 94,127,130 Botwin, Marlene, 229,232,233 Bouska, Donald, 107 Bowles, Victor D., 46 Boyd, Robert Bruce, 104,l41,153,180 Boyd, Tvvyla Watson, 40,l04,l35, 140,153,241 Boyer, Alice J., 190, Boyer, Vanessa, 104,153 Boyer, Jim, 180 Brackhahn, Donald, 104, 131, 175, 169 Brady, Bill, 159 Brandes, Marjorie, 50 Brashears, Darrell, 100 Brennan, Catherine, 212 Brerman, Charles J., 92 Brennan, June, 192 Breshean, Darrell, 202 Brewer, Beverly, 147 Breuninger, Hubert R., 30,58 Bridges, Glen, 111,143,156 Brisendine, Cynthia, 218 Brock, Charles V., 80,92,102,202 Brooks, Ron, 139 Broomfield, Nancy, 111 Bronfman, Ann, 133 Bronson, Guin, 43 Brouse, Charles, 150 Brown, Charles J., 46 Brown, Herbert, 111 Brown, J.C., 87 Brown, John, 100,200 Brown, John V., 46 Brown, Larry, 131 Brown, Wallace C., 38 Brummel, Evonne, 230 Brunckhorst, Glenn C., 80,92,2O0 Brundick, Edward, 116 Bruner, Arlene Nelson, 88,94,208 Bruner, Lee Roy, 97,208 Bryant, Ann Louise, 95,212 Buckley, J-ames, 115 Buckley, homas, 217,218,221 Budd, John, 116 Buford, Winston V., 77,92,189 Bum Friday, 170-173 Burdick, Harold C., 38,46 Burgess, James, 116 Burgin, Vernon, 111 Burke, Suzanne, 75,91,132,136, 23l,156,162,163 Burleson, Noel D., 75,91,l38, 150,174,178 ' Burly-q-ball, 158,159 Burmester, B.B., 87 Burnell, Edna, 190 Burnstein, David, 121,128 Burrows, Leslie, 100,200 Buschman, Harold, 39,150 Bushwhacker Ball, 204-206 Business, School of Dean, 57 Faculty, 58 Officers, 58 Businessmen's Blast, 210 Busler, Carolyn, 121 Buso, Dolores, 179 Bussy, Liselotheole, 178 Butler, Margaret, 111.137 Butner, Marie, 50 Byrd, Lamar, 107 Cady, Elwyn L., Jr., 43,77,92 Callahan, John,l88 Callender. James M., s1,67,93,2oo Calmes, Francis M., 46 Calvert, Eugene, 104 Calvin, Barbara, 192 Calvin, Elwyn Loomis, 92 Camp. Jerry, 170 Campbell, Bob, 143 Campbell, Clarence L., 54 I Campbell, Dayton Dunbar, 46 Campbell, Dee Alan, 111 Campbell, Jerry, 130 Campbell, Ruby R., 191 Campbell, Sue, 121 Campbell, William R., 58 Canellos, Andrew, 116,202 Canterberry Club, 138 Cappon, Alexander P., 38 Capfaf George J., 78,92 Cardwell, John, 97 Caresio, Vivian, 192 Carey, Lether, 138 Carlson, Roger, 130 Carnes, Charles N., 43,190 Carpenter, Richard, 100 Carpenter, Teresa, 111 Carr, Addison, 106 Carr, Daniel O., 75,91,183 Carr, Pat, 137 Carr, Stanley, 100 Carrington, Dorothy, 89,95,212 Carson, Donald, 106 Carson, Louise, 50 Carter, Barbara, 97,132,135 Carter, Clayton, 103 Carter Harold, 107 ames, 107 I Carter, JJ Carter, illiam J., 46 Castellani, Maria, 39 Castles, William, 107,200 Cavanaugh, Jan, 218 Chamberlin, Joann, 97,132,133,l74 Chambers, Jeanette, 111 Chaney, Lorraine, 178 Chapman, Don, 98,189 Chatfield, Nadine, 137 Charles, Hugh, 103,208 Chase, Howard Manning, 111,131 Chatfield, Nadine, 112,134,180 Cheerleaders, 166 Chemistry-Biology Building, 18 Chester, Jerry, 130 Chiko, 134 Chimienti, Frank J., 46 Cho Chin, 135 Christensen, Keith, 175 Christison, Ronald, 104,143,241 Ciesler, Nancy, 171 Claffey, Frank, 107 Claffey, Judith, 40,67,75,9l Clark, Dian, 97,l32,135,l53 Clark, Fred, 100,202 Clarke, Dorothy, 43 Claussen, Marianna, 212 Clavin, Edward E., 78 Claxton, James, 116,200 Clayton, John M., 46 Clayton, Mary Ann, 122 Clements, Howard E-, 81.93 Cleveland, William, 117,153,202 Cochran, John R., 98,189 Cochran, Thomas, 1l5,98,l88 Cockefair, Carolyn, 39,185 Coe, G.H., Jr., 87 Cogswell, Wilton W., 46 Cohen, S.P., 87 Cole, Richard, 106,188 Collier, Carl, 100,202 Collier, Jim, 13fg.51Z71.171 Collins, Virgi . y Compere, Lucille, 112,135,137 Conner, Dalton, 202 Conner, Haroldg7100 Conroy, C-W-. 3 oann 112,134,179 S322 56'hl.1.S,'112.1S3,217'21S Cook, Fred Wu 45 Cook, Merlin, 110 Cook, William, 112 Coole, Norma. 192 Cooper, Charles, 138 Cooper, Daniel, 107 Cooper, Father, 133 Cooper, Jack David, 98,189 Cooper, Robert J., 81,93,202 Cope, James R., 78 Copeland, J.W., 87 Copeland, Leon H., 46 Cornwell, Clara, 231 Comwell, Leroy E., 89,94 Cotton, Charles W., 81,93 Cowles, Louise Low, 191 Cox, -Bob, 112 Cox, Curtis, 200 Cox, Forrest, 107 Cox, Harbord, 107,202 Cox, James, 153 Crabtree, John, 115 Crain, William L., 38,180,181 Crain, William, Mrs., 133 Crane, Keith F., 81,93,l99 Crawford, Ann, 89,95,l36 Crawford, Thomas, 218 Crebo, Nancy, 122 Creel, Leslie, 106 Crim, Jerry, 112,131 Crissman, Helen, 38 Crook, Jerry, 107,202 Crosby, Donald G., 81,93 Crosby, Donna, 204 Cross, Albert, 207 Cross, Sue, 174 Crosswhite, Carol, 62,89,95, 136,-147,212 Crouch, Mary, 161,l70,l72,173, 209,134,238 Crurnmett, William, 75,91,131, 150,175,220 Cummines, Ron, 153 Cummins, Howard, 91,117,202 Cunningham, Virginia, 122 Curtis, Gerald, 117,200 Cureton, Linda, 234,238 Cutting, Dorothy L., 50 Dahl, James W., 98,187 Dailey, Lavone, 98,191,194 Daleo, Berry, 192 Dally, Don, 153,220 Dalton Patricia, 97,176,220 Daly, Wmiam, 207 Dannahower, William R., 46 Darrell, Evelyn, 220 Dattilo, Phillip, 75,91 Daugherty, William, 103 Daum, Richard,115 Davee, Russell, 117 Davenport, G., 112 Davidow, Martin, 112 Davidson, Lynval E., 46 Davis, Jane, 217,221 Davis, Leodis, 75,91,183,146 Davis, Robert, 46 Davis, Ronald, 117 202 Davis, wmard P., iso Day, John, 103,130 Dean's List, 151 Deatherage, Paul R., 81,93 Dedication, 4-5 Deenzlist, Myopiod J., 78 Deeter, Beatrice, 122 De Greef, Charles, 218 Dehls, Gary, 117 Delap, Nancy Jo, 104,153,159 De LOyht, Jack, Delta Alpha, 148 Delta Chi, l30,158,l59,173 Delta Sigma Delta, 200 Delta Theta Phi, 187 Denham, Carolyn, 230 Denny, Clarke, 107 Denney, Drew, 200 Denninger, Peter, 100,202 Denonovich, Eugene, 89,94,220 Dentistry, School of Building, 14 Dean, 45 Faculty, 46-49 Officers, 51 Staff, 50-51 Depoortere, Bob, 112 Der Deutsche Verein, 178 Derfelt, Paul, 117 Des Islets, Robert, 75,91,179 Destler, Jean, 104,136,212 Deveny, Robert, 107 Dewell, Douglas, 107,201 Dexter, Gene, 131 DeYoung, Joseph, 100 Dickens, James, 187 fContinued on following pegel if 'ze M-1 'H' 9 JD 'I ' lllmlmr :D N A 4 A-.2-aw N' ff, at lx -4. np ' f f -'Q - ' 'D' ' "yo 2 fr X, L -X-f f -is Y A . 'f ff, ,' 1 'U ' Ulu fy-33 ,W 1 fl 4 . I 'l ' ' K ag 5 ly .. , 73' if ' , X Q :e A ' 10 5: A is X - W VI ' 'Q' 7. , If t IA. XX V , U 2 iF , .fd - 5 P ' 1 J ,r ' .iff -C 1' x X 1 I L 'W as INDEX CContinuedJ Dickson emes 117 Feegens, William M. 47 Goodbrake, Beverly, 97,159,180 Herrera. Joe. 150.178 1011 Dinen, litiwsfd L., 46 Fehr, Mi1t, 112 ' Goodwin, Lywtien, 115,189 Herriman, Jeek, 175,180,220 go? Dimiek, Delvin K., 47 Feiring, Robert, 78,92 Go.-men, B-ob, 131,175 Herron. Carolyn. 134.164.170. Oh Dinges, Devin, 218 Folknor. Larry L.. 8l,93,127, Gormly. B111. 184.185 229.233 Joh Dinwiddie, John A., Jr., 89,94 142,200 Gossett, John E., 47 H1att, A.E., 108 Joh Dixon, Charles, 115,189 Fellows, T.W., 87 Gottlieb, Manuel, 38 Hickman, Martha S., 190 Joh Dods, John C., 106 Ferguson, Gertrude, 50 Gouenberg, John L., 200 Higgason, Donald, 113 Joh Dglci, Joseph, 220 Ferguson, Harlan, 131 Grassle, Herbert L., 82,93 Higgins, Raymons, 98 Joh Dorn, Carroll, 180 Ferguson, Jim, 121,131 Graulich, Richard, 115 Higgs, Marilyn, 122 JCE: Dorrell, Bill, 75,146 Ferraro, Hal, 115 Gray, Richard, 112,170 High, Marathon E., 38 - Dorrell, Donald D., 90,212 Feuerborn, William, 117 Greathause, Phyllis, 138 Highley Ronald, 220 .1011 Dorsey, Hugh, 107,200 Fike, Robert, 100 Greb, Cynthia, 122,136 High School Day, 213 .1011 Dorsey, Joseph, 117,200 Fine Arts, Building, 16 Greenberg, Sandra G., 89,95 Highsmith, Shelby, 115 .1011 Dorsey, Kenneth, 110 Finkle, Kenneth, 88,94 Greene, Norman, 98,189 Highsmith, Wanda, 192 .1011 Dorsey, Marvin J., 88,94,208 Fishman, Robert A., 89.94 Greer, Laura, 50 Highwater, Helen, 76,91 .100 Doty, Thomas G., 106 Fitch, Mable, 190 Greer, Mex E.. 82.93.202 H11. Ed. 127.130 21 Douglas, Jim, 182 Fitchner, Mercedes, 106,191 Gfeftn Joseph. 113 H111. Ken. 127.130.154.181 Jon Douglas, Robert Eugene, 91 Fitzgerald, John L., 92,193,186 Gross. John. 97 H111S1. Leon. 101.200 Jon Dowgray, John G.L., 38 Flanagan, Bettie 13S,153,176,22O Griffin, Sally, 113 Hink e, Royce, Jr., 202 .1011 Draffen, Barbara, 112,134 Flanagan, Viola 'lJ., 47 Grimes. B111. 202 1'11f1k1eY. RC-'YQef 101 -109 Drake, Clarence, 117,201 Flatt, W.S., 107,201 Grimes. Floyd J-. 68.232.93.200 Hgnmon. Jaoklo. 122 JDS Drake, J..E., 100 Fieider, Debra, 112,179 Grgmoo. John. 108 Hqrashnna. Edward. 108 JOU Drake, Richard M., 29,196 Fleming, Charles, 115 Grissinger, Kenneth I., 78,92 Hjermstad, Diane, 98 JUS Draper, M.T., 139 Flon-,eg-fe1t, Fon-est, 115 Groh, Patricia, 88,94,207 Hobson, Reba, 230 Kar Drisko, Richard R., 81,93 Floyd, Dean, 117 Grooms, Barbara A., 90,95 Holbert, S'enova, 106 Kar Ducate, Robert Hudson, 91 Foerschler, Robert H., 78,92,139 Gruebbel, Allen O., 47,54 Holder, Mildred, 121 gal' Dudley, Margaret, 62 Fogel, Dorothy, 104,136 Gruenberg, John, 108 Holmer, John, 178 af Duffeitneyet, Fred, 38 Foland, Father H.L., 138 Goinn. Hugh N-7 82.93 Hodgdon. J-B.. 105,131 Kat Dulsey, Bernard, 38,179 Foote, Man-y Lgn, 112 Gunnels, Charles W., 82,93 Hodges, John R., 39 1' Dunagin, Albert, 88,94,208 Fortuna, Adolf A., 81,93 Gunner. Vlfglnlav 220 H0C1gS0fl. Frank Hu 47 Kal Duncan, Gene, 177 Foster, Helen, 115 Gustafson, Frank, 100 Hoe, Paul, 101,200 Kal Duncan, Kenneth E., 47 Fowler, Connie, 134 Gutherie, Charles, 100,202 Hoehns, Clifford, 220 Koi Duncan, Morris, 78,92 Fox, Robert, 115 Haag Hall. 12 Hoffman. Marvln. 101.200 Koi Dung, David, 107,200 France, Charles, 100,202 Hadden, Jane, 62,212 Hoffmans, Delores, 122 Kef Dunkley, Richard, 107 Franco, Jose, 104,179 Haden, JSCRIC 117 Hogin, Christine, 31,132,148,154 Kef Dunlap, Helen, 190 Franco, Robert, 97,131,175 Hagen, Harriet, 38,132,229 Hogin, Margot, 138 Kel Dunn, John, 107,200 Freed, Melvyn, 112,129,170 Hagen, Norma Jean, 137,177 Hollar, B11 , 113 Kel Dupree, Berta, 112,153,230 Freeman, Tom FU 81,93,201 Hageney, Andrew, 113 Hollingsworth, Howard M., 83,93 KC1 Dupree, Tom, 117 Fremont, Ernest H., Jr., 92,193 I-Iagiwara, Michio P., 75,91,180 Holman, Dave, 105,142,145 KG1 Dutton, Paul, 81,67,93 Frenzky, Frank, 99 Hagler, John L., 82,93,20O Holsman, Gale, 118,127,202 KB1 Dutton, R. Lou, 50 Frick, Vance R., 43,98,183,193,194 Haines, Pat, 136 Holtzman, Jerome E., 83,93 Kel Earp, Beuerly, 112 Friedley, Richard, 117 Halcomb, Harold, 174 Honey, Dee F., 108 Kel Easy Chair, 182 Frost, William, 107 Hall, Marian E., 75,91,174 Homecoming, 164-167 Kel Eastburn, Byron, 97 Frye, Bruce, 107 Hall, Mary Lou, 113 Honor Organizations Kei Edmondson, Max L., 67,81,187,201 Fukumoto, Teruo, 82,93 Hall, Roland A., 76,91,138,174 Liberal Arts, 150 Ke1 Edwards, Ralph W., 47 Fulkerson, Robert 117,202 Halldin, Violet, 50 Law, 186 Kel Education, School of Fults, Jon, 97,212 Halsey, J. Farragut, 85 Dental, 199 Ke1 Dean, 61 Fultz, Howard, 100,201 Hamer, Alice Carper, 121 Pharmacy, 207 K11I Faculty, 62 Funk, Willis, 82,93 Hamer, Richard, 47 Hoover, Donald, 108 KF Officers, 62 Furbeck, Bud, 108,200 Hamilton, Mary Ann, 104,162 Horne, George, 101 Kia Ege, Charles, 130 Fur-r, Montie Lee, 53,g2,93,202 Hamlin, Dorothy 174 Horner, Robert, 108 Kgr Ehrlich, George, 38,143,220 Gaines, Ben, 117,202 Hamm, Thomas E., 94 Horseman, Almer L., Jr., 43 KIT Eidson, Egbert M., 67,8l,93,202 Gamache, Sister Claude Elaine, Hammonds, Cecil, 76,91,68, Horwitz, Lester, 106 Kir Eidson, James, 107 207,208 146,150,183 Hoskin, Charles, 131 Kir Eimore, Marvin, 112 Gambee, Ilah, 112 Hammons, Tom, 146 Hostius, E.A., 207 Kir Eisenbrandt, Leslie L., 47,53,207 Garnmer Gurton's Needle, 225 Hammonds, Herbert, 117 Hondek, P.K., 138 Kir Ekblaw, Sidneuy, 38 Gammill, Linda, 122 Hamra, Bill, 117,200 Hough, Glenn, 108,202 Kir El Club Asturias, 179 Gangel, Carl, 115 Hanebaum, Richard, 58,103,127, Houx, Phil C., 43,194 Kir Elkgn. Albert. 39 Garbee, Beverly, 153 130,172,210 Hovey, Earl C., 43 Kir Ellif, Kenneth J., 78,92,189,193 Garfinkle, Phyllis, 184 Hanitchak, John, 62 Howe, Lona May, 121 Kir Elliott, B. Landis, 47 Gamer, Richard M., 58,89,94, Hann, John, 117 Hower, Ronald, 131 Kir Elhson. Edyvard D., 43 127,130,149,21O Hanson, Lyle, 78,92,188 Hudson, Richard, 115 Kir Endicott, William, 100 Garren, Allard, 185 Haraway, Jackson D., 82,92 Huff, Mary Ann, 90,95,2l2 Kla Engel, Lawrence P., 47 Garrison, Ca,-01, 122 Hardy, Alfred, 115,188 Huffman, Mary E., 50 ll Engelbrecht, John, 100,202 Garrison, Darwin, 112 Hardy, Mary, 192 Hughart, Wilbur, 131 Kle Engle, Earl, 117 Garrison, James E., 117,202 Harmon, James, 40,68,76,91,149 Hughes, Edward, 189 Kle En-S191 LEFOY. 100 Garza, Pearl, 230 Haroz, Charlotte, 115 Humbert, Jeanne, 113 Kle Efmevefr John Ju 47 Gates, Lester M., 47 Harper, Icabod W., 77 Hume, Allen, 105,131 Kle Ef10C11. Duard. 97 Geasland, William G., 82,93 Harris, Jesse, 101,202 Hunt, James, 118,202 Kna EPP9l'S0fl House. 20 Gegen, Mike, 97,58,127,130, Harris, Sam C., 82,93,202 Hunter, Judge Elmo B., 43 Knn Epplflgefl Howard. 121.131 156,210 Harrison, Demetra, 50 Hunter, Marvin, 101 Km Epstein, David. 178 Generaux, Art, 130 Hart, Charles, 47 Hurst, Allan, 131,153 Kni Efbef. Bernard. 89.94 Geology-Physics Building, 18 Hart, Edward, 47 Hutcherson, John, 131 'K1 El'lCkS0n. Lowell. 68.97.127.130. George, Mary Carolyn. 112 Harvey, Fred, 101 Hutcheson, Vero, Jr., 118,201 Knt 144.149.242 Gepford, Cheryl, 75,91,l36 Harvey, Wayne, 101,201 Hutchison, Byron, 101,201 Km Esau. W-11115. 100 Gepford, Lany, 130 Haskell, Billy, 118 Hyatt, June, 1l3,18O,181,217 Ko. Estey, Sherry. 112.142.153. 156 Gesselman, Jack, 187 Hatchett, Arlon, 118,201 Iannazzo, Salvatore, 83,93,199 Kot Evans. Bob. 212 Gettig, Bob, 117 Hassig, Bob, 208 Ihrig, Charles, 101 Kot Evans. Doon. ,100 Gibson, Dow, 182 Hetehe., Sarah, 69,9o,95,147, Ingino, Anthony, 108 Kr: Ebieiliilgolglvlslon' 63 giigson' g05g1Ei7J'811i1io H1t1f8'1.i2g212 130 145 242 ingram' JR" 1813011 12 KH . 1 son, . ., , a ie o , , , nterfratemit ounci 8 Krz Evoroull. H- Arnold. 47 Gibson, Me.-ie11e, 178 Hetley, iaeveriy Mason, 9o,9s, Iriok, Harold?'101 ' Kr. Eweft Donna. 112 Gibson, Thomas, 112 150,178 Jackson, Bill, 118,200 Kre Faefbef. HHUY. 107 Gibson, William, 221 Hayden, Claudia, 113,153 ackson, Robert, 118,201 Kre Faorvor. Jaok. 202 Giiberg, Tilly, 78,92,l9l,186 Heugh, James, 97,146 ieoobs, Joseph F., 47 ' K,-t Fagrbanko. EJ-. 117 Gilchrist, Ruth, 1o4,132,134, Haynes, John, 183 Jacobs, Morton, 43 K.. F91f1Y. I-gnda. 112 154,170,212 Head, Kenneth, 101 Jacobson, Jon, 76,91,153,22O Kuj Fall Froho. 156.157 Gilliland, Carl, 188 Heath, Don, 105,131 Jacobson, Leny, 128,129 Ku. Fa114ef1Ste1n. Claude. 115 Gilliland, Charles E., Jr., 57 Heiman, Leo V., 82,93 Jacobson, Olof, 101,200 Ku, Fanara. Salvatore. 104 G111i1end, Phyllis, 192 Heitneriok, Lyle, 118,202 Jacobson, Russell, 9s,147,193,1s9 Ku, FaI'1eY. GETY. 104.137 Givens, Kenneth, 117,202 Heitz, Rudolph, 43 Jennett, Jo Ann, 230 Ku, Farley. 189 , Givins, Connie, 108 Helmstetter, L.T., 208 Jennings, Norman, 220 La Farmer. Andeflnef 137 Glasgow, William R., Jr., 82,93,2O0 Henderson, John, 97,130,153 Jensen, Jack, 108,200 La Famaam. 31301255 98,187 Glasscock, Norman, 100,201 Henderson, Robert, 118 Jeppson, Jay N., 83,93,200 La Faff0YVr Tlflfa. 190 Glenn, Armand, 241 Hendricks, W. Evertt, 39,153 Jeweler, Michael, 97 La Fgglgagiglgabeth. 75.91.136. Glenn, Fay, 62,68,89,95,127,148, Hennington, Audie, 101,202 Job, jim, 128,13O,145,242 La Faulkner. Edward 117 150,174,212 Hense, John I., 47 Johnson, Alvin, 118 La . . Goetz, Larry, 104,131,170 Herbertson, James E., 47 fcontinued on fouowing page, La 1 k Q, ' f I 1 'I ' We W M A 4 W" 4" it-"I 1' '17 1. "' . . .7 " V 1 f ' ff ,A 0 ,MX 1 ' . 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' N - ,Q 2 - 4' Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Billy, 108 Bob, 103 Donald, 118,201 Dwane, 101,202 Elizabeth, 113 Gerald, 118 Gordon L., 106 James, 113 Joann, 55,1l0,l32,136, 156, 157, l64,208,209,231 Johnson, Johnson, Jones, Ja Martha, 212 Orville, 113 yr Jones, Joann, 230,231 .lC5f1l?S551au1E., 48,1l3,l30, Jones, Philip M., 48 Jones, Vera, 190 Jones, Wynona, 76,91,2l7,2l8 Jorgensen, Myron, 38,183 INDEX fContinuedJ Lapi, Angelo, 43 La Puma, ess, l27,153,16 170,218,2I21 O' Larr, Charlotte, 174 Laughlin, Joann, 32 Lauer, Frederick C., 83,933,202 Laurent, Carl, 78,92 Lay, Howard, 189 Layson, Janet, 135 Law Dance, 197 Law Day, 198 Law Review, 193 Law, School of Dean, 42 Faculty, 43 Officers, 43 Lawrence, Kenneth E., 48 Law, School of, 15,41 Lay, Howard, 99 Lea, Jim, 101,201 1 Joseph,-?2ichard5O101 Leake, Jack, 221 ouras ames LeBerthon Bernadine 190 I Justus: Jimmui. 113 Lebrecht, caiia, 174 ' I Ilgampr glihallgqr 131,202 he Cercle Francais, 180-181 313198 ea 1 R b t 118,137 1 Kassel. Fe1ix.'115 LSE: 122851: ia., 83 93 i Kangaroo Staff, 140-143 Leffler, Arlene, 1l3,153 I Katz, Arthur Howard, 69,76,9l, Legal Aid Clinic, 194 129,149,150 Legal Dames, 192 ' Kaufman, Liel?ert6276,9 1,174 Leibold, Virgil, 105 au ames 8 Leighty Richad 118,202 Kearhey, Robert: 97,153 Lemon,iJane, 11.64 Ee-ali-cns, Johrl-EE., 9820 Iieonard, Janice, 113 ec nage win 2 eo ard Ja i 137,180 S4 Keen, Paul V., 118 Lestqler, Tie12i,ci90 EeHnig,EA1ian, 83,93,137,20O Iietson, Frank, 178 e er h on 98 evit Martin 62 93 Kelley, Lomah, 108 Lewis, Eva 15., 50 Kelley, Tom, 108 Lewis, Melvin, 137 Kelly, John, 189 Lewis, Phillip, 39,183 Kelly John B. 189 Liahona 139 Kelly: Vincent: 101 Liberal Arts, College of, 37 en ar . , , acu y Iigenipecg' cihirlesici 9g8212 i?eanir3738 39 Kent: Robert,'l08,200 offiaars', 40' Kern, Betty, 97,133,217 Limestall, .D., 108 200 err 1 LH quis ur . K M'1re 130 L' d 'i Arrh F '48 Kibliee, Sdndra, 113,135 Lindy, Lisl, 153 ' Kiene, James R., 83,93 Line, Richard, 83,93 Kiene, Randall, 108 Linhart, Donald, 118 Kimball, Kenneth, 118,170 Lion, Brito, 181 Kimbaal, glarilyniq 10561136 II:1n:'1lle,GRosamond,1513 Kimme unice . is on enevieve Kindswater, Norma: 106,190 I-1119. lVi11iam. 118' Kings in Judea, 224 Little. John. 238.239 Kinerney, Elugene, 113,180 lI:0Clge'fn? 1i9f0tg13'r 104.153 King Lucil e 138 06 af in King: Roma, 39,138 LOBVJGH. Herfry. 83.93 King, Thomas E., 99,131 Logan. Barbara. 177 Kingsley, Billy, 101 L0hm31'r Rfflafldr 88.94 Kingsley, Kirby, 101 Long. Caflge. 108 Kirwan, Kevin, 99,188 I-Ongr David, 97 Klassen, Joe, 40,69,76,91,127, Long. James. 105 130,l49,150,212 L01'1gSfaffr DOH. 137 Klee, Frank E., 48 Loria, James, 113,13 1,218,221 Klee, Jack, 121 Loudon, Walter R., 48 A Klein, Jen-y, 188 Lowderman, Emest, 130 Klein, Mark Jerome, 78,92 Llllaflr E:?9f1e L-1 83.93 Knauth, Lothar, 182,218 Iiunt, P2515 . 1138 Ilgnechti- Meti2,mfhf91'gq?1'136'176 Lgtxllznkozrgmary 70 105 136 , Kffggt, fQrQi,e,,,'21g' 153,'157,173,209,23'1,23'4,23'8 "Knitter, The," 12 LYf1Chr L-M-r JI'-r 118 Knott' Joafine' 13265.01 Mggisciael fE1clgov1l1rg12?3,1l?JO2 202 K dsen enri 1 ', v 1 Kiouclh, 1-raroid, 10,5,129 McCa11r D0r1srl15?6g7g00 I Koch, Josephine, 190 McCa mon. .lac I r Koehler' Barbara' 150 McClellan, Cghar es R., 48 Kraft, Sarah, 76,?1569,l47,148,150 328293419-B3b1q519 202 1' h Ott 0 Y ' ' 1 gliqsgf nonaiad Jr., 118,202 Mgggmiir J139113 K ause Lothar 97 ' ' Kfarh, Keith, 108,201 MCCOY' Gary-1143200 i Kfetsingef' Tom' 188 MC1CiOy'1'rIieci5' 119,105 130 153 154 Kmgsdale' Virginia' 97476 M8Dg1rig1d' Dgytbn 119 202 ' Kross Sue 147 ' ' ' I K11hn,'Gs-oiga, 218,221 30112032155 Sxjlleflggflard 48 1 Kuniagai, Ted, 153 Mcga th E l.James 4 5 28 167 1 Kurtzr Dwaine. 108,149 MCH? 'jugfe 187 - 1 ' 1 f M189 ' Kuffz' Mafgafet' 221 Mona eh P 5' 38 217 221 Kurz, Willis, 202 C Tat f a 'ma' f ' 5 Laas William, 32 MCK1mf 191 1 Laasgr T L 178 McPherson, Barbara, 192 , , . ., I Lacy, Wii-iiarn Seth, 78,92,l89 Migglelfgfnr Bfoch' 591791921189 kage' Lglj' tosigia McMahon, Leo, 54 amg' e 'g ' Moragrra Thomas H.,83,93 Lambert Clifford, 217 ' . J w Lambsori Gordon, 108 McVey, Shirley, 88,94 page 3 1 J if Q fx Fr 1 alll 79 7 I I -J'-Cu: K7 KX ini LN .1 V144 ll X.. 351 2 !' !':g-,391 ' gait Ulllnn mr " 1, B mar JJ 'l, 1414, 1 I 'dill' 19 . Y - NN. 7 Q lp N S5 ' 7 ggi - 1 A A L. ll fs- a, 1 1 ff! l l, as has as 1 as .rx 1 I ,gh r- F -, H 173 MacDonald, Rod, 130 MacRobert, James, 118,200 Magee, Lawrence R. Mahoney, Michael, 189 Maienschien, Eugene H., 48 Majors, Hilda, 179,212 Majors, Ila, 212 Malone, Robert, 101,202 Mandelkehr, Linda, 113 Mandli, Paul W., 38,236 Mankin, James, 118 Manheim, Ernest, 39 Manning, Carder, 153 Maria, Hanna Judeh, 183 Maris, Hamm, 150 Marks, Leonard, 129 Marksberry, Mary Lee, 62 Marlar, Warner, 118,202 M h Ch ars , ester Henry, 70,83,93,20O Marteney, Jack, 118,202 Martin, Barbara, 113, 135,137,l80, 181,234,238 Martin, Myrtle, 54 Martin, Opal, 212 Martin, Randall, 174 Maryott, Manfred, 118,201 Maschinot, Mary Kay, 122 Mason, Margaret, 190 Masters, Ardyce, 138 Masters, Jim, 138 Masunaga, Isao, 83,93,199 Matheny, Harry, 187 Matheny, Donald, 106 Mathews, D.B., 101,201 Mathiesen, Robert, 108 Matthews, Carl S., 48 Matthews, Joe, 118 Mauro, Frank, 109 Maxwell, Dwight, 113,212 Mawhirter, Philip R., Jr., 109 Meacham, Robert E., 79,92 Mead, Jay, 102 Meadows, Raymond, 76.91 Meers, Arthur, 99 Mehrbaum, Mike, 157 Meierhoff, Jan, 97 Meiers, Richard, 109 Meinen, Kenneth, 43,188 Melkins, Dean, 202 Melkus, Harold, 102 Menchetti, Robert, 109 Men's Intramural Council, 235 Mensch, George E., 48 Men's Dormitory, 21 Moore, Dorsey, 119,202 Moore, M.R., 87 Moore, Norman A., 48,200 Moot Court, 196 Moran, John, 99,189 Morgan, George H., 99 Morgan, Roy, 208 Mori, Albert, 109,200 Moriarity, Judy, 105,135,143 Moore, William, 109 Morris, Jack, 103 Morris, ,Wi1liam, 102,200 Morrisey, Martin James, 55,88,94, 142,208,209 Morrison, Henry, 109 Mor-riso Morris, n, Robert, 102,201 Joann, 230 Morrison, Walter, 102,200 Morrow, Allan, 116 Morrow, Don, 109 Morrow, Eddie Arthur, 88,94 Moss, Karen, 137 Moudy, Bobby T., 84,93 Mozzoa, Eddie, 208 Mouri, Sadayuke, 30 'Much Ado About Shakespear," 185 Mulik, Charles, 130 Mulliken, Al, 119 Mulloy, Robert, 114 Munn, Betty, 135,154 Munoz, Mu Phi Verlyn, 190 Epsilon, 176 Murphy, George, 98,130 Murrison, Max, 109,202 Musselman, Henry Dexter, 48 Myers, Hugh I., 48 Myers, Ruth, 39 Nakagawa, William, 102,200 Neale, Bill, 202 Neale, Charles, 102 Neel, R obert G., 39 Neely, Florence, 39 Neely, Robert J., 186 Neff, Lyle, 131 Nelson, Edward P., 48 Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Neme sc Newell, Newlin, Hubert Edward, 43 Janice, 114,153,220 M. Lorene, 48 Roger, 119,200 hy, Robert, 32,149 George, 187 Edward, 98 Newton, Bob, 109,202 Merritt, Russell, 116 Meyer, Meyer, Meyer, Meyer, Donald, 119 Frank, 109,200 Joseph, 174 Renata, 39,178 Me ers Edmund 109 Y Michae is, Shirley, 177 Middien, Irene, 119 Mikinski, Marion, 187 Mikkelson, Luetta M., 121 Milik, Charles, 111 Miller, Bill, 109 Miller, Bob, 188 Miller, Bruch, 48 Miller, Elzie, Jr., 84,93 Miller, Eriel, 50 Miller, Geraldene, 99 Miller, James F., 43 Miller, Louis T., 39,243 Miller, Teddy, 97 Mulef, Teffyl-1191200 Miller, Virginia, 105 Miller, William, 99 Millican, Ruth, 133,153 Millin, Gene, 192 Millin, Stephen B., 99,138 Mills Peggy 230 Miloiie, John: 79192 Mirnms, Claudia: 153 Mind-Yup: Jerry: Misbach, Lorenz, 37,39 Mitchell, Kenneth: 99 Mitchum, Robert Gu 84.93 Mitrloman, Jonas. 58 Miyaha ra, Edward, 109 M 1, 1 Edna R. 50 Mgbgfiiff Jacob, 1'19,202 Ral h 119 M ffat P Mgllet: Rosemary, 105.132, l53,l 70,143,241 ,199 133, Monaghan' John, 79192 Monsees, A.H., 32 00 Montgomery, John C-r 84,9312 Moore, Doris, 230 Newton, George, Jr., 114 Nielson, Rose Marie, 212 Nigro, Ann, 98,136,164,l70 Nigro, Lester, l1l,127,l30, 170,208,209 Noll, Marvin, 103 Noltensmeyer, Milton H., 48 Norris, Paul, 114 Northcutt, Jasper, 109 Novotny, Bob, 109 Noyes, Robert, 119 Nugent, Hugh, 116,188 Nugent, Jean, 192 Nugent, Maurice, 221 Nugent, Thad, 116 Number One, 182 O'Bannon, Chester, l05,130,l53,2 O'Byme, Robert, 116 O'Daniel, Georgia, 221 O'Dell, Claude W., 48 O'Del1, Linda, 114,233,243 O'Donnell, Martin, 92,189 Oeknigk, Herbert, 98,131,174 Oething, A.C., 183 Ogata, Yoshital-ca, 102 O'Halloran, Vincent, 116 Okamoto, Charles, 109,200 O'Leary, Timothy D., 92,189 Olive, Phyllis, 98,l32,l34,153, 177,178,220 Olson, H., 139 Olson, Carmen L., 76,91 Omicron Delta Kappa, 149 Omicron Kappa Upsilon, 199 O'Neil, Durl, 119,202 O'Neill, Luella, 39,135 Orientation, 154,155 Orr, Betty, 62 Orr, Mary K., 50 Orr, Peter, 119,202 Orto, Frank J., 84,93 Osborn, wiiiiarn, 55,7o,88,94,209 Ontlaw, Jerry, 153,220 CContinued on following peg 20 61 .fi Overfelt, Sam E., 43,70,127,189,l93 Owens, Robert, 109 Owens, Russell, 119 Ozmun, J. Mahlon, 84,93 Paine, William, 109 Paltzo, Irmgard, 180,178 Panel of Americans, 147 Pan-Hellenic Association. 132 Parker, Thomas, 102,201 Patterson, Duane, 119,201 Patterson, Ed, 139 Patton, Marilyn, 122,135,153 Patton, Wayne, 114 Payne, Shirley, 131,243 Payton, Jeanette K., 191 Peabody, Samson, 79 Pearce, JOSSPTI. 119 Pearce, Virginia, l37,153,170, 177,220,232 Peckham, Jay, 170,208 Peeples, Richard, 119 Peckham, Jay, 111,131 Pendergast, James F., 79,92,189 Pennington, Blaine, 98,174,217, 220,221 Penticuff, Jack, 48 Perme, Paul Richard, 70,84,93,199 Perry, John, 130 Perry, Richard, 109,200 Perry, John, 210 Peskin, Dean B., 88,94 Peterman, Loren E., 84,93,20l Peters, Edward, 119,202 Petersen, Howard H., 76,91 Peterson, Charles, 114 Peterson, Cletus, 114 Peterson, Donald M., 84,93,127 Peterson, Eugene, 131 Peterson, Gilbert, 114 Peterson, Walden, 109 Pharmacy, School of Building, 13 Dean 53 Faculty, 54 Officers, 55 Phelan, John Franklin, 93 Phi Phi Phi Phi Alpha Delta, 188 Delta Delta, 190 Delta Phi, 189 Mu Al h Sinfonia 175 P r Pieratt, Joe, 119 . INDEX tContinuedJ Reeves Judge Albert L., 49 Reed, Claudia Lorene, 121 Reed, Dorothy, 105 Reed, Marvin, 119 Reese, Donna, 137 Reeve, Wayne L., 49 Reid, Harold, 102 Reid, Richard, 99 Reilly, Mabel, 190 Reilly, Margaret, 190 Relaford, Raymond, 105,174,180 Religious Organizations, 137-139 Renick, Robert, 103,208 Rescher, Shirley Ann, 121 Reser, Thomas, 119 Rhyne Robert, 119 Rho Citi, 207 Rice, Nancy, 114 Richerson, William, 218 Richey, J.D., 102,202 Richie, Wilbur, 119,202 Richmond, Fred A., 49 Riddlebarger, John, 119 Riddler, Charles E., 43 Ridge, Ronald, 102,201 Ridpath, Clark, 80 Riederer, Judge Henry, 43 Riegelman, Theodore C., 84,93, 199,201 Rietter, Keith, 201 Riffel, Janice Ann, 122 Rigby, George R., 85,93 Rinehart, Roy James, 45,49 Rink, Ruth, 230,231 Ritter, Harold K., 85,93 Robert, Thomas, 114 Robertson, Jean Ann, 122,136, 137,164 Robinson, Bernice, 77,91 Robinson, David W., 49 Robinson, Don, 102,201 Robinson, Omar J., 49 Robson, Beverly, 121 Rock, Kenneth, 189 Rodriguez, M. Carmen, 77,91, 150,179 Rodriquez, Celia, 62,90,95,179 Roehl, S. Pete, 120 Roerschler, Robert H., 43 Pierce, Jacle L., 84,93,202 Pierson, Terrell, 119 Pierson, William, 212 Pitchur, Samuel F., 84,93 Playhouse, 17 Poage, Frances, 230 Poe, Sylvia, 98,147,153,157,170 Pokomy, Robert, 109,201 Rogers, Cynthia, 170 Ro en, James, 114,145 Roller, Jerry R., 217,220 Romano, Anthony J., 79,92,188, 193,194 Roost, The, 22,23 Rosen, Edgar R., 39 Rosen, Edward, 88,94 Rosen, Joseph, 39 Rosen, Mike, 145 Rosenstein, Herbert, 120,129 Smith, Ponak, Michael, 98 Ponder, Jim, 153 Poole, Elaine, 137 Poore, Patricia, 121 Porter, Chastain G., 49 Porter, Kendall, 102,202 Potts, Margaret, 50 Powell, Richard, 109 Powell, Winona, 76,91,171,l76,220 Prater, Arthur, 109,201 Pratt, Lamarr, 109 Pribyl, Richard, 110 Price, Donald, 103,208 Prichard, Blanche, 190 Psi Chi, 174 Psi Omega, 201 Pundt, Don, 130 Puterbaugh, Milton P., 39,183 Putnam, Edward L., 84,93 Quad Dance, 161 Qualls, Duane, 139 Rader, Raymond, 153 Radio T.V. Guild,184 Radke, R.W., 87 Rainey, Marvin, 116 Randall, Betty Ann, 90,212 Randall, Mary Jo, 220,221 Randall, William, 102,201 Rappaport, Dick, 129 Raskolnovitchakov, Bobby, 90 Rasse, John, 106 Ratcliff, Bruce, 102 Rau, G. Carl, S4 Ray, D. Dean, 84,93 Raymond, Walter A., 43 Rea, Jerry, 130,161 Recknagel, Edwin, 119 Red Carnation Ball, 168-169 Reeble, Marlene, 76,91,153,177,220 Q Ross, Mary Lou, 77,91,136,147,18 Rost, William J., 54,183,207 Roth, Genevieve D., 49 Roy, Dee Walter, 120 Royall, Norman, 39,150 Rowe, Milton L., 85,93 Rozell, Bill Roy, 120 Rozell, Roberta, 50 Rueb, Alfred O., 49 Rueckert, Ruth, 90 Rundell, Oliver, 43 Russell, Dean, 237 Russell, Douglas, 39,218,220,221 Russell, K.R., 102 Ryan, William, 39 Saeger, Albert, 49,39 Saeger, Richard, 105,130 Sagiwara, Peter, 179 Sanders, Jerry, 102,202 Sanders, Norman, 99,188 Sanders, Ronald, 102,142 Sanders, Shirley, 192 Sandin, J.E., 102 Sandoval, Ben, 120 Sanfilippo, Francis, 120 Sanford, Donald, 120 Sanning, Glenda, 135 Sapp, Gary, 105 Sappington, Sarah, 217 Sato, Tooru, 120,200 Saunders-White, Charles, 221 Saver, John, 110 Sawyer, Carl W. 49 Sawyer, Daniel D., 92 Scalph, Beth, 98 Sceudieno, Anthony, 106 Schaefer, Roy, 102 Schaiff, William, 110,200 2 Schalley, Georgeanne, 105,181 Schick, Robert, 120,200 Schmidt, Jay, 153 Schoech, Lawrence T., 85,94,200 Schreiber, Ira, 99 Schryver, Marion B., 77,91 Schultz, Karl, 85,94 Schaad, Thomas D., 49 Schaefer, Martin, 114 Schaumburg, Donald, 116 Schoech, Lawrence T., 199 Schopper, A. Frank, 49 Schroeder, Earl. 114 Schroeder, John K.. 200 Scott, Charles C. 43 Scott, Scott, Scott, Scott, Scott, I Henry E., Jr., 39 Leland, 102,201 Mary Jo, 104 Sam S., 39,184 William, 77,91,179 Scrivene au, Agamemnon, 83 Scudie ro, Laurence, 1 16 Scurl ock, J ohn, 4 3 Seaforth, Forsythe C., 82 Seeley, Janet Lillian, 122 Selden, Tina Lee, 114,135,l53,179 Semicolon, Louie, 88 Sewing, Donald D., 94 Seymour, S. Frederick, 39 Seven One Two Four Five Nine Seven Three One, 86 Shane, Juanita, 220 Sharp, Toni, 105,134 Shaw, Leonard, 79,7O,92,188 Shaw, Linda, 153 238 Sherman, Joe, 189 Shilland, Barbara, 135,153 Shipley, Phyllis, 150 Shipwreck Dance, 203 Shiraki, Mitsuru, 8S,94,199 Shlagwasser, Baron Von, 81 Shoemaker Carol Ann, 95,136 shone, KW., 87 Short, Kenneth, 208 Short, Lula, 190 Shrdlu, Etaoin, 90 Shurback, Sam, 102 Shure, Debbie, 105,143,241 Siddell, Vern, 221 Sie el, Stanley J., 43,188 Sigges, Jim, 178 Sigma Alpha Iota, 177 Sigma Beta, 136,173 Simmons, Edward L., 99 Simmons, Edward, 43,189 Sinclair, Vaughn, 120 Sisson, David, 218 Sitler, Gerald, 131,154,168 S'oblom Emest 88 208 J I I skidmorle, Carolyn, 114,232,233 Slagle, William, 102,202 Smalley, Maggie, 171 Smith, Bob, 116 Smith, Donald, 120,201 Smith, Edythe, 220 Smith, Jack 131 Smith, James H., 120 Smith, J. Raymond, 58 Smith, Mila Jean, 220 Smith, Paul, 137 Richard, 102 Smith, Robert, 110,189 Smith, Val Roy, 115 Smith, William R., 85,94 Snapp, Robert B., 77,91 Sneed, Charles Don, 70,85,94 Sneed, Pauline, 51 Sno Ball, 162,163 Snook, Orrie, 102,201 Snyder, Harry, 114,217 Solon, Jerome, 120 Soloveitchik, Samson, 39,43 Sommer, Paul, 200 Sommer, William, 110 Sommers, Nancy 90,95 Southern, Jerry B., 85,94,202 Spalding, June, 51 Sparks, Ben, 105,l31,159,181,242 Sparks, Veronica, 179 Speca, John M., 43,189,194 Speer, Hugh W., 61 Speer, Marcia, 62,7 1,90,95, 127, 135, 148,150,153,157,177,2l2 Spence, Martha, S8,71,77,94,133, 142,150,154 Spencer, James W., 79,92,189 Sperry, Jack, 130 Spicer, Penny C., 91 Spielberger, Dena, 114,217 Spitz, Clarence, 99 Spitz, Gene, 43,127 Splevin, George, 218 Sports Section, 226-240 Spruill, Barbara, 105,229 Spurgeon, James, 116 Staab, Arlen, 120,202 Stalzer, Thomas D., 85,94 Stanfield, John, 114 Stark, Carley, 114,153 Stark, Wanda, 218 Starr, Bob, 120,131 Starrett, Bob, 114 Starrett, James R., 217 Steendamm, Brix, 178 Stephenson, Arthur, 40,71,77,91, 1l6,127,130,149,189 Stephenson, Herman, 99 Stephenson, Jody, 7l,77,91,182 Stevens, C.J., 39,184 Stevens, Joe, 58,l04,130,128,154 Stevenson, Coralie, 153 Stevenson, Stewart, 114 Stewart, Donald, 102,201 Stipe, Richard, 98 Stith, James R., 85,94 Stirling, Ann, 192 Stirling, J.E., 188 Stoltzfus, Ronald, 114 Stone, Raymond, 39 Stones, John M., 85,94,202 Story, Don, 130 210 stove., Albert Wimam, 91,178 Strasser, Louis, 104,130 Stratford, Chuck, 130 Stoltzfus, Ronald, 131 Student Council, 127 Student Personnel Services, 31,32 Sturges, Jim, 130 Suenaga, Alexander, 103 Sullivan, Aaron, 120,200 Summers, Ed, 129 Sundeen, Richard Swan, 91 Sutherland, Herbert, 103 Swade, Leonard, 79,92,188 Swaney, Eugene L., 85,94 Sweatman, K.C., 110,202 Sweeney, Leo, 116 Sweitzer, Robert, 62 Swensson, Barbara, 208 Swinney Gymnasium, 15 Talbott, Jim, 120 Tanaka, Thomas K., 85,94 Tanguary, David, 188 Tanguary Oreta, 192 Tanner, Arthur M., 86,94 Taron, Joseph, 120 Tarver, Delmer, 79,92 Tate, Gene E., 86,94,20l Tau Kappa Epsilon, 131,168- 169 Taylor, Earl, 99 Taylor, Jo Zelma, 190 Taylor, Kenneth, 99 Teachers Now Training, 212 Tegarden, M. Fairlee, 191 Terry, Eugene, 189 Terry, Gene, 79,92,193 Terwilliger, Dave, 146 Testa, Bill, 110,200 Theatre productions, 218.-225 Thomas, Anthony, 187 Thomas, Robert, 120 Thomas, Glenn, Jr., 111 Thomas, Jack J., 86,94,20l Thomas, Joe, 110,200 Thomas, Natalie, 122 Thomen, Robert, 103 Thompson, Howard, 110 Thompson, Virginia, 51 Thornberry, Al an, 99 Thorne, William C., 86,94 Tibbetts, Richard, 103 Tiller, George, 110 Tillotson, William, 111 Tobias, Laurie, 43 Todd, Richard, 105,131 Todd, Ronald, 120,200 Toler, Burney, 103 Tome, Priscilla, 111 ' Tommey, James, 120 Toomey, Joseph, 103 Torch and Scroll, 150 Torchia, James, 103,202 Torchia, Loretta, 122,204 Townsend, Sharon, 104 Trapp, Eunice, 79,191 fContinued on following pag ei f ff- ffqg- Aw f7r,5'3 'S i -NSNx N Tra Tri Trij Trij Tro Tru Tru Tux Tur Tux Tux Tux Tut Tut Tw Uni Uni Var Vai Va: Veg Ve: Vie Vie Vie Vil Vog Vog Vol V01 Wag Wag Wag Wag Wag Wal Wa 2, Wa Wa Wai 1 NL' r I J 1, 1 f 1 l 54 1 1 1 ,az 1 3 ? L9 3 I 5 i aagej , .V If W- AIA' ' 1 W112 1 1 1 K 'limi-1 . 1 xl' T 'FQ I Travis, John J., 86,94,201 Trimble, James G., 92,188 Trippe, Kenneth, 189 Tripplett, Clifford, 116 Trotter, Delbert, 103,202 Trudgeon, Charles, 110,142 Trusell, Fred, 183 Tumino, Bonnie, 98 Turner, Ida G., 190 Turner, Sol, 129 Turney, Charles, 103 Turrentine, Don, 105,128,131 Tuteral, Marian, 103,208 Tuttle, W.W., 208 Twitchel, Bonnie, 114 University News, 144,145 University Players, 217 Van Deursen, Hardin, 39,175,220 Varnado, Alban, 39,217,218,221 Vazquez-Torres, Hercilio, 120 Vegiard, Robert, 114,137,180,181 Vessel, John, 98 Vieth, Arthur, 58 Vieth, Charles F., 86,94 Vieth, Nancy Edith, 95,174 Viles, Darel, 110 Vogel, Clara Jean, 230 Vogel, Morley Johnson, 191 Volz, Marlin M., 42,49 Votipka, James, 114 Waggoner Hyatt H., 39,138,182 Wagner, Jerry, 120,202 Wagner, Max, 103 Wagner, Miriam, 39 Wagner, Walter, 39 Wakatsuki, Walter, 110,200 Walker, J. Morton, 39,217,2l8, 220,221 Wallace, Dorothy E., 121 Waller, Robert, 131 Walthall, Charles D., 49 INDEX fContinueclJ Walton, Herbert, 99, 188 Ward, Jean, 114,217 Ward, Kenneth, 1 15, 130,145 Ward, Robert, 116 Wamer, Benjamin W., 49 Warner, Maurice, 220,221 Warren, Howard, 221 Wasko, George, 221 Wasser, Roger, 103 Waterman, Joseph, 49 Watkins, Paul, 110 Watkins, Wilford, 103 Watson, Elizabeth, 191 Watson, Kenneth, 120,202 Watters, Lawana, 221 Weatherholt, Jackie, 159,16 169 Weatherly, Sarah, 32 Weaver, Marion, 221 Webb, G. Farrell, 49 Webb, John, 105,184,217 Webb, Robert K., 86,94 Weber, Henry, 116,130,145 Weber, Lucy, 178 Weber, Winifred, 221 Webster, Eugene, 54,207 Webster, Lawrence, 110 Weifenbach, William, 63 Weigand, Robert, 110 Weiner, Stanley, 106,129 4,1es, Weissbeck, Joanna, 90,95, 142, 150,153,212 Welch, Francis, 79,92,189 Welch, Joe, 201 Wells, Jack Edward, 49 Wells, Robin, 176 Welch, Joe, 120 Wells, Lee, 99,188 Welty, Henry, 120 Wendegatz, Carolyn, 121 Werking, David, 110,200 Wesemann, Bill, 106,153 West, Alfred, 104 Westermann, Edwin, 39 Whalen, Thomas, 111,153 Whisler, Garold, 220,153 White, Ralph, 110 Whitsett, Lowell, 103 Whizz, Darwin G., 84 Who's Who, 64-71 Whyte, Hartzell, 43,79,92, 189,194 Wiebe, Richard A., 89 94 Wiedenmann. Martha. 115 Wight, Lee D., 86.94,202 Wilhelm, Bob, 127,130 Wilkins, Bob E., 86,94 Wilkinson, Olive, 191 Williams, Albert, 115 Williams, Charles, 115 Williams, Jewell B., 51 Williams, Ralph, 220 Williams, Richard, 115 Williams, Robert, 220 Williams, Warren, 99,115 Williamson, Charles, 103,202 Willis, Frank, 174 Willits, Lyle W., 54,207 Wilson, Arthur H., 77,91, 175,220,149 Wilson, Barbara, 133 Wilson, Etta, 218,221 Wilson, James, 194 Wilson, Ken, 130 Wilson, Viola B., 91,150 Winchester, Wyatt, 120 Windmuller, Margaret, 178 Windsor, David, 106 Winer, Malcolm, 103,201 Winters, Charles, 175 Wisemann, William, 131 Wolf, Jack S., 58,59 Wolf, Robert L., 88 13l,153, Wolfe, Deloit R., 86,94,202 Wolfe, Marilyn, 204 Wolters, Gene, 218 Women's Recreation Association, 229 Women's Sports Woodall, Georgia, 115 Woodard, Don E., 49 Woodson, C.E., 183 Woodson, Joe B., 86 Woodward, Lloyd A., 86,94,200 Woolen, Phyllis, 174 Woolley, LeGrande, 110 Woolridge, Marilyn, 121 Woosley, Howard, 120,200 Wordson, Charles, 178 Works, John, 187 Wren, John, 189 Wright, Allen, 220 Wurdack, Ed, 43,188 Wurdack, June, 192 Wurtz, Joseph G., 94 Wyatt, William, 110 Wynne, Robert, 110,200 Xi Psi Phi, 202 Yale, Lionel, 139 Yendes, Doris, 71,43,80,92, 142,19O,193,194 Yerby, Sue Bolton, 91 Young, Allan K., 86,94,199 Young, Claude Thomas, 71,86,94 127,199,201 Young, Gerald K., 89,94 Young, James, 150 Vir il 0 92 Young, g , 8 , Young, Wyman, 110 Zanol, William, 110 Zeligman, Bernice, 220 Zimmer, Buddy, 218,220,221 Zimmerman, Anna, 230 Zuber, Suzanne, 122 H89167 M5424 TROOST KANSAS CITY, Mo, JA- 3-9817 BILL PROBASCO fag-H' llll BROILED STEAKS-FRIED CHICKEN BARBECUED Russ LIQUQRS BY DRINK OR PACKAGE VI PROBASCO CGM :pr 54.4 : will like been too veled thor- :orne have ng. 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