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78 K131 1957 GN KANGAR00, 1949-1951, 1953, 1955-1958. 1 1 11111lk11lW 15l1X11l UNIV!!! ICUITUR . .-XSSUf'lA'l ART HDI' I'HINTI'II b will-INN Z? 378 K131 1957 GN KANGAROO, 1949-1951, 1953, 1955-1958. 19 NI MCPL 1l11kl IWlWIl1 l1I1l1I 1 1 J,-- ..-,QQ ,........, ,. , , . Following the resignation of Dr. Earl McGrath as Chancellor, the university was for- tunate in having on its staff the highly capable Dr. Richard.Drake, who was promptly named acting chancellor. Dr. Drake, as expected, has efficiently led the university through the year. Joining the ranks of the Schools of Business, Arts and Science, Law, De11tiStI'Y, Eduflatlefl, and Pharmacy, as subdivisions of the University is the college of A , englueeflflg Seleuee- Designed to prepare the student for advanced work in engineering, the P1'eSeI1t Schedule will eventually be enlarged until a full engineering program is offered- At present, emphasis is placed on the mastering of mathematics and the sciences S-We 6 Wh1Ch W0u1d fO1'm the basis of the curriculum in an engineering school. j K 1, V I 3 . . , The first major development in the change WM . from street-car university to one of national prominence was the opening of the new 5 ,V ' X Q15 million dollar men's dormitory. Built to house approximately three hundred, the dorm is , f., ,the f11'St Step 111 3. 11eW bulldlug Dfegfem that is to include a women's dormitory and lg' fi' the DSW Student union- The future P1'0g1'eSS of the university depends to a great extent wt!! ' on the success of this building prOgF-emf ,,., tu f at i' if "" r A V The first major honorary leadership campus is Omicron Delta Kappa. The first consisted of eleven men. It is the hope of will be the first of many such honorary campus. ..,.1',X'-sf ' fs tf ?. " ffl: L. f f, N ,, :fi ,. 4 ,,-,,9gf5y1gPt'f, ..- it fs:,3g3,1,-"'f'.- K Q. -' X? From quarters scattered throughout the campus, the school of f atse V roup to be 1n1t1ated 1nto membership oth faculty and students that O D K ' t' t t bl' h cha ters on ?raternity for undergraduates to come on T . . . . . J ' . . . Jrganiza ions o es a is p education has moved to their new facilities at ivy-covered Epperson House. Epperson , gf House is an old four storied former residence that has been converted into a modern, if V 5 ,educational plant. With all the facilities of the school now in one location, and the n Obvious benefit of the move apparent to all, this should lead the administration to be more' L " conscious of the need for centralizing of the other divisions 6f the collegeg instead of , ,e ti ' the present manner of a part here and a- part there. 752. - . , sl lit ' ' K ' Q 1 . A The high point of the basketball season was reached at this year's homecoming, when 4 the Kangaroos met the U. S. Air Force Academy. Unfortunately, it was not a successful fc fit3.,ji " A tlt' climax to a very successful season that saw the team win trophies at several invitational ' tournaments. The spirited play of the team in the Air Force game was symbolic of all A this year's games. Lfzj , p ,"r' PRCLCGUE ' 1, fl' fir' l 5 T 5 PI "The p season better joined piece, of the season The ul J. Rim to the Appoii may b Brancl first t and i1 With . small Anotl ker ha Whitt: is alsf on s been F12 . I 4 I sew ii! MWDZ' ,, , ,,, W F '2- zation, e n c e. hedule as ent, 'm the itional . house ogram 'ogress rn. me on frship D. K. :YS on moved ld four plant. . of the le need nner of ff 32' 1ff"l:f'W, 'wtf .111 Zi G" . ini.. 'VI :Irv . . kv V ??"""' ' . l't,",, . Q, V 5' .7 . ' f fi cmSm.. STATION With the beginning of broadcasts of station KCUR-FM, the university radio station, a new era in radio and speech work has been opened up. The station plans to air "good" music, news and a wide variety of educational programs. Its usefulness to the university as a whole can not be overstated. The University Playhouse gave many outstanding productions this were The Circle, Phedre, and Darkness at Noon, but none was the operatic production of Otello. The music and art departments presenting a stirring tribute to Guiseppe Verdi's greatest master- delight of all those who were fortunate enough to have seen one Otello is definitely one of the high points of Kansas City theatrical "The play's the thing." season, among them better received than joined the theatre in piece, much to the of the performances. season. losses this year with the passing of Dr. Roy The valuable contributions of Dr. Rinehart that he assisted is beyond calculation. Dr. Joseph Jacobs. A tribute to Dr. Rinehart may be found on page thirty-two of this book. The university suffered one of its greatest J. Rinehart, Dean of the School of Dentistry. to the education of the countless students -Appointed to be his temporary successor is athletics, the university is fielding for the team. The team will compete in dual meets smaller universities and colleges in this area. and tennis now underway, it seems but a will be a reality. Branching out into fields of interco first time in its history a track and f and invitational meets with many of With competition in basketball, track, golf small step until intercollegiate football, . 5. been given to a graduate of the University. Judge Charles E. Whitta- gan associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United State. udge Another honor has ker has been appointed Whittaker previously M has served as a Circuit Court of Appeals Judge of Missouri. He is also a member of ,fthe board of trustees of the University, and has been very active, on school alumni committees. Judge Wh.ittaker's Well deserved appointment has been applauded in ,government circles by Democrats and Republicans alike. , 'Q A Q Stand aside Illinois, and U. C. L. A., the new million dollar student union planned for construction by 1958 will put you all to shame, providing we can solve the "cable . N incident by then. It seems that after years of planning, gathering money, and the taking 3 sf. of several competent surveys, the entire efforts of countless people will have to be put ylfilfg- N H -aside, unless the school and the telephone company can Come to 311 L11ld9I'Sl32lI1d1U8' abput Q 'i'i'i A ga telephone cable buried three feet below ground under the proposed site of the building ve- ,fi y The cable carries all the long distance connections of the phone company, the proposed iav,..5,tggi -1-asite is the only one convenient to the school. As we say in chess, "Whose move next. 1 . . PRCLOGUE TO THE DEATH OF THE STREET CAR SCHOOL 0 G KG For many years, the University of Kansas City has been known, much to its disgrace, as a "streetcar college," as only a local, convenient school that lost its entire student body with the coming of every evening-via the streetcar. KCU had been typed as a school whose students had no spirit, no morale, no esprit des corps. The streetcar became a symbol of reproach for the apathy of KCU's students. 1957 marks the death of a streetcar college. Some insist that this demise is due only to the fact that the Public Tran- sit Company has removed its Troost trolley line, and insist that KCU will now become a "bus and automobile college." This view is cynical and superficial, it does not take into account the changes within KCU itself. The most obvious change is embodied in KCU's new building program, which has produced a million-dollar men's dormitory, completed this year, and plans for a new student union building and a women's residence hall. On the academic side, we have added a new and rapidly grow- ing engineering science curriculum. A subtle change is making itself felt in the attitude of the students. Somehow, this year more than any we have known, the students seem to feel that KCU is their Uni- versity, that KCU is a school they can really be proud of. Granted, there have been setbacks, exceptions, and disap- pointments, but still the change is there, it will become more evident in the years ahead. i The streetcar college is dead. In its place remains a college growing in stature, a university that has found itself. The 1957 Kangaroo is intended as a milestone on the road of KCU's progress through the years, a milestone marking the death of a streetcar college, and the birth of a living University. This is our dedication. , 0 l Wi A A- 9 are --as-Q 1 "Q- 1 ff ,I fl .,g,ufN: 4 fx, 'R ,fw- f...f, f ,X W ' h f ff xx , , I fig Wy f 4:14, fi X NN f 0 as 1, ' x :gp X 1 X ' my 'f ,vf 'DN ,g.,v,,.,- JMQV , I 'fi"'4. If prim ,M H mm- ,........- .------ - -1-.--- ffyfm' 74 'E-4' Y Y F i- V 14 -1 Sir , . V V X 'x , 1' v-Q, "'.1'gM-as 5,1 , ,fw if up V , 33 ,, HM 1, ,,, ' -1. f 1, - - ,,. 1 , A ,'-Q .1 '-1 . k1""'f - A - V , ,fu V . 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The President seems to be enjoying one of Dr. Rinehart's celebrated cornvnents. This was the last picture of these two celebrated univer- sity aluinni taken together. t ,,., by 'ff 1 ,,VV . ....,... Q i "ww If I yy diss? R I AGE 23 CRGANIZATICN BTW CTIQITIES Shades of Williain Randolph Hearst: The execu- tive staff of the "U" news discusses plans for future issues. It is easier to appreciate the fine job the news staff does when you see the lack of facilities under which they work. It is the opinion of the staff of the "U" news that it is one of the outstanding student newspapers in Kansas City. S' ,mx 3 ix 1 w Here you are witnessing one of the rituals of the Delta Chi Fraternityg one of the top three frater- nities on cainpus. D. X. is also a ineinber of the famous cainpus group known as the third triuinpher- iate. The outstanding spirit of brotherhood of Delta Chi is clearly evident in the picture. HAPTER II ies 119 Thl annuc is the both 4 incluc i 95 1 '. Q ll J l l 'Fi FE TURES One of the many extra-curricular activities con- ducted by the University in conjunction with the community was the Hi-Fi Festival. This was the second year of this program and it was even more successful than the first. The Radio-TV Department f and the Hi-Fi dealers of Kansas City jointly spon- f sored the event. It is this kind of cooperation be- tween community and school that will lead to not only a better school but also to a better city. I A Ipfwff girl' 'F by "Bum Friday"-The charming young ladies be- decked in their coat of mud are an example of the merriment that goes on, on campus on "Bum Fri- day." This annual event is the whole school's attempt to "let off steam" before finals. From an obscure beginning, this event has become a much looked" forward to well planned day of nonsense for both student and faculty. H fff 'X 2-'N CHAPTER IV AGE 22 The of the the tel the ov. this y forwa' this y freshfn year's Q-iffslf' . J fir ' ' , " '-shi? 1' 'a -' f 11 I '-la! I U F4 e. 4. .,v.,.. ies con- vith the was the en inore artnient ly spon- tion be- l to not Q1 x , ff,-"1 . 7, , A. TH LETICS The hard fought action that characterized the play of the Kangaroos-The fighting, driving spirit of the teain--the enthilsiastic cheering of the fans- the overall desire for victory shown by all epitomized this year's varsity. Coach "Fog" Piper is looking forward to a continuation of the spiritshown by this year's teain plies the addition of several new freshmen and transfer students to help out next year's teain. z 'fi' K ,LLM - ty- ff ',:x.f: I , -.M if A as K if , ,N , My X 5 Ai F, , , iii 1' K, 'X :I X df - XXX f , Q Z ll 1 u 1 f 5 CH PTER QA N' F L 1 f 5.. 4 4 , 1 1 1 95 Q7 ? fi' 457 4 P 1, 1 1: fa 5 iz? x lx f 1 lic. I ' mam. 'il Q F ,elf WM' + 1 ji A 4' s- 1, ,nf I sv ?V lg J, ff U 1 F 3 If ,ga . W 4f C '11 N.: ,. T' v ,F .f-. , L- -2 - ' 2 3 I :ff ,af A www , VV? :P- ', 51' H-'i75fffWx14 V 5 ff? 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Q t .1 Q x Xf- wlf5:"f , 4 Aff Y W 4 1,-Han 'sv im dv ' v :...1.:-,......-..x.K..4.............,... ...u-- g-.......!- w Y .- ,f 2- r" -- 1 -Mu .- if' gif., V -,X. :,. ' 34.5, - . -, - kxfp, -- yqunliuraunlnl 5 i aw 'f-1-.. 5 7 7 3 - 52, I F :Ffh -. .7-2'-JI gg: . UQJBLEQA ANCHQR W Zi' f .J , ,,,,... 1 WJ", . J Y V! A 40" W7 fp- A I ni' X XV l- E an-.1 ...ff X 5, W 1 if ua wail." ,Av ..- , W if 365 ,, x,.x 3335 , I' if , up :Q x ' 9 ww-MN' px xx ,X V2 X X 'l wiv If .f will S s f K - . X XZ X ff " Q1 ' ' Xl Ulf f f AX f A f I X 1 ' S QS: k QQ? , K ' ' I Mir Ax 1 M 42 Ewa- 1 in' If ax I X X X 1 .1 , ff 5 , X A f X I V fig 0 wmxff- f I ' V l A :fi I , , , 1 4, .yu .2 1 ti. ' Q." , A if , '. P I : , M CHANCELLOR Dr. Richard Drake, Acting Chancellor, came to the University in July of 1955 as Vice-President in charge of academic and faculty affairs. In his new post as Acting Chancellor, he has cemented his posi- tion in the minds of student and faculty alike, as an extremely efficient administrator. His quiet and friendly manner have gained him the respect of students, faculty, and community. It is with great pride that We commend Dr. Drake for a job well done under very trying conditions. VICE CHANCELLOR Dr. Lorenz Misbach was appointed Acting Vice- Chancellor following Dr. Drake's appointment to Acting Chancellor and has not only assumed the myriad duties of this office, but has continued in his post as Chairman of the Foundations Program. In spite of suffering a heart attack which kept him from his desk during the months of February. March, and April, he has discharged efficiently and systematically the duties involved in co-ordinating matters of curriculum and faculty personnel in the seven Schools of the University. ,A - i my I I I X. I I i I I i I I I I I I I I I I P . I I -a RTS A SCIENCE DR. JOHN E. BARNETT The College of Liberal Arts, founded in 1933, has provided the core of the University of Kansas City, which has since grown to include five schools. The college aims to give its students a liberal education, in the best sense of that often used term, to give them a comprehensive cultural and academic back- ground, to increase their perception of the World around them. This prepares them for many fields of activity in later life. In Dr. John E. Barnett, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, the college has an able leader. Last year, Dean Barnett was critically injured in an auto- mobile accident and his absence was felt acutely by all those connected with liberal arts at the Univer- sity. He performs his many duties quietly, firmly, and efficiently. To him, must go much of the credit for the steady progress of the University. We are glad that he is back on campus. 'yr DR. MARLIN M. VOLZ When the Kansas City School of Law, founded in 1895, merged with the University of Kansas City it became the School of Law of the University of Kansas City. It is approved by the Association of American Law Schools and the American Bar As- sociation and is fully accredited. The law building, dedicated November 17, 1950 is one of the most modern, comfortable and functional in the country. Since 1950, Dr. Marlin M. Volz has been Dean and Professor of Law of the School of Law. His Work in the community, Legal Aid and the Missouri Bar Association has shown that he is an active member of his community and of his profession. He combines the qualities of friendship and leader- ship very well, being liked and respected by faculty, students and alumni. Thus, with ample facilities and able leadership, the Law School is a progressive ele- ment of the University and of the community. LAVV .l Esta 1954, ' tratior short ' locatec Greats for thi leader: erous able ac the lea utives served sizing the Sc .hu1'1ClI'4 A l. School E. Gili Public gained sl ge f 31 . K - M pf 1. 4. ,,,, X' rvs f- - -M an W MH, . CN . ... ,, ., W , , W Way N SQ i funded in nsas City ersity of .iation of Bar As- building, the most country. een Dean Law. His Missouri an active rofession. id leader- y faculty, ilities and essive ele- inity. DR. CHARLES E. GILLILAND Established at the University of Kansas City in 1954, The School of Business and Public Adminis- tration has made tremendous progress in a relatively short time. The school has the advantage of being located in the midst of a great metropolitan area. Greater Kansas City serves as a giant laboratory for the business students. Business and industrial leaders in this community have been extremely gen- erous with time and advice-co-operating with the able administration of the School of Business, under the leadership of Dean Charles E. Gilliland Jr. Exec- utives from all fields of business and industry have served as special lecturers and consultants, empha- sizing practical techniques. Since it was established, the School's enrollment has increased nearly one hundred per cent. A large share of the credit. for the Business School's rapid advancement must go to Mr. Charles E. Gilliland, Jr., Dean of the School of Business and Public Administration. In a very short time, he has gained the respect of his associates and his students. BUSINESS . . WW fx ,, i. -. :-.ff ff 'af , , X. ., ' ' 2s'fwg f"- as Q W- ' ' , ' 1 ,f . .ff .. T W., 7' f'wji.-,f,,,,.,,.L.. EDUCATICN DR. HUGH W. SPEER This is the third year for the School of Education as a separate department. The graduates are pre- pared to teach on elementary, secondary, or college levels, and may also train for work in the fields of administration, supervision, guidance or special edu- cation. The school is affiliated with the National Education Association, Future Teachers of America, and the Association for Childhood Education. Teach- ers Now In Training, a group of education students is responsible for promoting interest in the high schools concerning careers in teaching and school administration. Dr. Hugh W. Speer, Dean of the School of Educa- tion at the University of Kansas City since 1954., joined the KCU faculty in 1945. He is known at the University and in the community for his tire- less work, promoting interest in the educational profession. He has established an efficient and high- ly successful department which has grown rapidly since its establishment and promises to expand even further in future years. ,,, r ,I ' 12539, jfw--, ' 4 X s, WHL? ,, li , ' Q 'C ,V fi 5 ., , A ,ff f T 1 ,ggggfy if f i V wc W' ff, , , , ,, . iw SIMM 4 ' Dfw J wa- 1 . , aw f-ff. , -ff, .gzaffj ' -5 rag- , .f :, . f. Q,.siSKZZ4,,f! , K ,Msg hui ,, ft: ' A f 1 .. fff. f f , , , y Ll ,W V , ' I " ' - , ,,,.af,, 4--W V' ' M ,Q N ',f4QZj7f,f 'ay V' ' ...v ..affeff'f": "' 9 , ,. .2 1,Aff',iii1jiWf.f,. It , y H ,f ' ' -"L S "ff '-A-Gif 'f WJ' f fyf Jw!" 'ma , , - , V, ' " " . ' W , f H ' ' f',f7U'f ' . ZX W , Q 7 ,iff W. 5 4 ,KN ,Q ,V , , UW . qw , ff I , 7,536 ff A... V l 1 22:55 A . . Qmwff ' 1 .amd af . fi " is 1' ' 1 fa H4 a. ., ,- Q , ff f . . 4 .aw 1 . , 4 - f 'ff ff M' f ' U' Z? yr. ' ' mi , f m',K . V' f ' V E , .ia it ' n - at , gf 4 ' , ff f , I M , lin!" .1 wi e. , 0 if '29 'M ' 2 . N i , If , I If . f 1 .ji ff ,,.,l.,. , , 7,77 ., 41 1' V W 5 QQ Wa. ' Y . ... I f ,if V 4- . PHARMACY DR. LESLIE L. EISENBRANDT In 1885, a group of prominent pharmacists and physicians met and formulated plans for advancing the science of pharmacy. The result was the Kansas City College of Pharmacy and Natural Science As- sociation. In 1943 the school was acquired by the University of Kansas City and moved to this campus from its previous downtown location. In 1947 the School of Pharmacy was given its own building. It is well known throughout the midwest for the excellent instruction and abundant training facili- ties for the instruction of students. Dr. Leslie L. Eisenbrandt has been Dean of the School of Pharmacy since 1953. A professor of Pharmacology, he joined the University of Kansas City faculty in 1936. An extremely able leader, Dr. Eisenbrandt is a quiet unassuming man. He is well known and well liked by all those who are connected with the University, and by the students of the Pharmacy School. , W I iv . . DR. CJ STEVENS In its second year as a separate division within the University, the Evening Division boasts an enroll- ment of nearly 1500 students. With a marked in- crease in the number of non-credit and extension courses the enrollment of this division has increased 5022. This fact, alone, stands as a testimonial to the excellent leadership of Dr. Cj Stevens. Dr. Stevens, acting dean of the Evening Division of KCU, has more than adequately fulfilled his post and has been instrumental in the development of strong contacts between the University and the coni- munity. This interaction between the University and the community fparticularly the business com- munityj is the major goal Dr. Stevens has set for his department. Besides his duties as dean, Dr. Stevens has kept his post as head of the Radio-TV Department. This department has been equally well administered by Dr. Stevens who has forwarded the development of Kansas City's newest radio station, KCUR-FM. Since coming to KCU in September, 1955, Dr. Stevens has worked vigorously, with the aid of Barbara Ashton, for the growth and development of KCU and has endeared himself as an extremely fine administrator and an outstanding man. EVENING R. , L 1 A VW: ' Af Q 'Z Q45 K , , , WH, 'Lh- ,Ww ii . nin the enroll- Ked in- tension :reased l to the Division iis post nent of he com- iversity ss com- set for an, Dr. adio-TV Llly Well rded the station, 55, Dr. aid of flopment ctremely Sim 'mv ww 'w..,,,f N ,ry as ri oy ,i X x x X ve- i, A.- br f W4 7.1 c n. f folk X Q 'wi 5 X 1 f Y 5 x ' 222 o My Nr 171.5 M V N ' Q, " A Q -4' ' y fi n f Jam i a fk , my X , 1 , -" I 46' f ,,, ,, ,J gf ,L 1511-0- if 11 bi" ,..n" ' , 1 ' nf' WM-' V ' All' i H,,,n HIM.: il ' . V' 1 A .- ' h ' . . I l N I, .Z :A f Q I WJ ' M A I :Q ' 13 if ADIVIINIST U-1 R TIONf 5 Min STUDENT PERSONNEL SERVICES t DR. S. WHEADON BLOCH 7 ? Dean of Students x, S DR. S. WHEADON BLOCH, Dean of Students, is responsible for co- ordinating the various aspects of the Student Personnel Services-helping students in all schools of the Univer- S r sity with academic, vocational, finan- cial, health, housing, and personal problems. His quiet tactfulness and consideration in handling these many critical problems have carved for him a distinctive niche in University 'irmggyff if f , 4 AD llfe. 5 .Q V G I 7 i i l Q I , .1 bl S' . sm U 'fifl f ,.,,, ,M - ,M A . 1, f ,,,,, fV,,, . V '-'I---'wk 1- "sm-T: ' f L-2-:' ' X , fs 1 -'tP:r's:.i?"'v1"-'. " -, , K 'Y , ,,, f X2 ' rr i sl f . 2 V 3, M I V ., r f 1. r is A J WILLIAM E. McCREARY . ,,y,y,, ...arse i Dlrecfor Counseling Services , -V 1- J ! M xi Q W ,y ,,-ig, 7 '.. ni , Y yn ,' MRS. CHRISTINE HOGIN l 'W Director of Sfudenf Achvlhe. lg f 4 fi! ! fp 1,41 i 1 :ff 4 . 3 g A if - f 1 xii 'SQ V- 1 lg p 4 '41, I MRS. CHRISTINE HOGIN, as Di- rector of Student Activities, counsels and advises all student organizations and activities. Froin committee ineet- ings to cookie pushes, Mrs. Hogin is always ready to help students plan- ning social events on cainpus. Her warm, and friendly personality and helpful understanding have endeared her to the inany students who have coine to her office seeking guidance it a..,v . .. ggi -?'- -25: 453"i:P,1.-is-if-f "1-f12sf:S:: -aidlif? "Swv if i':?:RvAl53-:5fT?5-31295.552'3f1s1.F3e:.Rv5Z.::it-Elnlsdih' 21-M ff-V ' ...,. .-.9 ....:... ,- ..-- 4....L- .N-ef., .. I A 2. ,.4gn-,gEf'yf,, 55- .g.f.,::..'-,...' s:3w5??Asv3'SfE:si:1Nfm- :f 1551924-." if lim 'rs-s -1. -1 '1425rqfpri:-zsfgjvsrkgvffiliff4,ff3':g-Qkffggpgg: Um: ?g1f2,eEe39i'?'-fi? 'Y -' .I'4'.".', ,"'r-,, 1: T'-'J P'f':v -"III,-."Af-V I 1 ff-" M 1 0' aww "wifi 2sfr"L5"wz"a 'S' 1- 'sb' '.:'.':- Q 3.557725-?f?iS'5 in their school or personal probleins. ADMINISTRATION avg SN Auf 4 if .2-xx wx NU Q w , ,af 1 4. Q13 ' , 1. -W f fats.. . l Q I ws, if f ., 1 s Q QM 1. wan ' ' s: ' ,,.':"f" Y' ' 5:55751 '1.'r- ."' -,rv g' '-. 'W " j. ', "1-a'w'g-1 J' wv ', -" I-'-'31-':r'R22-'Q: 'g' CFL-" .mg-a.: 0 s ih.f.f,.,m:f2wa::fL.a..1f..a-45424154-.rrwr-,wi.Kwspvmf-sz,.:spmYzs:f,:f::.h1::a.sn.n'1:-mmsaze.... HUBERT R. BREUNINGER Business Manager S 1 ?', 7' vm zwffv 1 I 3 4334, 1 f 4 , Www ,M . , I 4 " f I W I 'MW Q4 nsemw-1 fessivtzsi str:-.ix-.isis -. SADAYUKI "SUDS'f MOURI Bursar ' ....-. . ,.- -mn' -m""-?i"f'fw1"'11u-::- . . . .. .. . .. ,. ... . .. ., - . . . .. -- .-4. . .. :T 1 'Q :-Q'-'4"':f f91:?l2f:.'1:.ff5.23L'f 1-. Q-A--G':f2:.-2E-1'1:Z::fi3'f,1- .--5 4-f5--1L-1-5-::aTP:-3j:L,' :.:nf'J'?mf.x.r-2 lip'-'STE-'T-"tw.'n'1x Aging-:anis-Mvrr.Ii--gc-N? 3, 1:,e. M: '-'- 12:1 -4115 u' va-:C-: ' '+A-v.f251f'Q"-:f2f5v,3,p1:1f15'--q':Ip14 Kww-f1su.4f.Q-6':fly:-rn, ,wtwvitsb-Afifliwswliffxrqf4-xviv-uffff.-m4'12zw:Str-11-...m4fi-f"2'-4Cv!w'1?-f6--4:'4:.'.- asf 21:5 .1-gif '-N551 '4.f'm'1Z-rf' - -L1 'fin g,N,F-111'-M f1'g. -11111 'Hz ff!"-,-:. 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JUDY Building Supervisor 15:2 'IQ -f-fr. - 'r-F11 libiflk 22562 2511253-Q 1-:Ayr 3141 '7' :lergag Slelffih' :'l5fI':2:-'E 5: Sqn 5555623 25,2333 l 3111.-' V,-an 1.4 , ff' -w W, 5 1, . - au' .,.,-1. ., .. ig ., .. uh.. ,, f w.,,.,., f fm - 4, Kina! Q 'ff 1 , f fwfr M ., ..., .....,. ' 213' f V Y" 3 W Q65 1,151 , .4 f ry , ' 1- . Q.. ffm: ""w-.av-" ', 1, , .A 1- f - - M ,..4"" uf f,7' ' 1... Q .4:. ,,,, .aa- f .. 5 A I , GLENN JOHNS DOROTHY WILSON Cafetena Manager Director Continuing Education 39 . , ................-. . ............. :rg--.....-f , , 'f -,, , ,Y J .. . 4-,.. .... ........ ....... , , ... -- - Qfs's 'O z 4' 'r Q F gig,-iii? if I qtw WN +1 Cffqfiv UV ,447 , WA fl ' 4 , W SW FVWNW V 7 f fwwfb fb Q ZWXW 'gfff 1, 7:4 FW fxvplffy YV, ff AW ff , NWm:.mM Z ,WA X, f. Q MQALWQ ' .gh 4 , x 4' R23 ' Z , N T X 'f,5?6,X ' ' xxx fa ,...v,fN- ff... 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AHLVlN GLEN A. ALBRIGHT JIMMIE ANDERSON Je Carleton College CB.A.D East Central State CB.S.J Missouri Univ. iB.A.D ' Xi Psi Phi isec. '55l Psi Omega Xi Psi Phi .' ,l Kankakee, Ill. Ada, Okla. Senior Class Pres. ygjjfnf . Sf I Student Council Rep. f A ' ' Diagnosis Appointment 4' Q Garden City, Mo. ,, i fx JOHN R. Astie WALTER s. ATHA THoMAs N. senses xi.. ig. . Kansas Univ. Arkansas Univ. iB.S.D So. Dakota Univ. V Xi Psi Phi Arkadelphia, Ark. QB.A., M,A,j . , Basketball K.C.U. Delta Sigma Delta , f Newton, Kans. Pedodontics Appointment 1 X f ii Kansas City, Mo. ' J V H r ,N i iii: :il iii Ai U 'vw JACK F. BERRY AUDEL BILLINGSLEY JAMES E. BINKLEY V .,,, 4 ff., 3 VCVI A ' .. Central State, Okla. 03.5.5 Colorado College iB.A-7 Oklalwma Univ- I , V, ii xi Psi Phi xi Psi rm Xi Psi Phi . ,,.i f i,. T Pedodontic AppointmentPeriodontal Appointment Hennessey, Okla. Diagnosis Appointment Mission, Kans. I 3 AQ A 1 . Z Student Council VAVA I, W if ,gig Ly asmsasii, okis. 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Denver Univ. Delta Sigma Delta Pedodontia Appt. Kansas City, Mo. RICHARD H. KAMP DWANE F. JOHNSON Kansas State CB.S.l Xi Psi Phi Arkansas City, Kans. VINCENT M. KELLY Oklahoma Univ, CB.A.J K. C. U. lB.A.D Xi Psi Phi Xi Psi Phi Oklahoma City, Okla. Dental Anatomy Ins. KlRBY KINGSLEY K. S. T. C. La Russell, Mo. , f 4 "K ! if u .- la Crown 81 Bridge Appt. Partial Denture Lab. Tulsa, Okla. HENRIK A. KNUDSEN Kansas Univ. CB.A.D Mercy Hospital Diagnosis Appt. Bernhoelokken, Son, Norway .KW X 'f NNW J, s ff' W my X s , 8 .. . , K ..... 5 'age-, 'X ls-e.-fx ,..fl',-4,1 A .W C,-Own 3, Bridge Appt. Basketball Mgr. Pedodontia Appt. . lnfer.Fra1, Counml Pres, Poteau, Okla. Intermural Chair. , Eureka, S. D. Manhattan, Kans. if' BYRON HuTcHisoN CHARLES C. IHRIG JOHN ROB. INGRAM . h K. C. u. oklahoma A, 3. M. cast Tulsa univ. test 1, ' Xi Psi Phi Psi Omega Psi Omega V.'s- . Phys. Lab. Assist. Treas. Frat. Tulsa, Okla. Neosho, Mo, Oklahoma City, Okla. ,,,., , ,A V :PV .QV '1s',5 4-4,7 5 xx . , X Y J' r ' i i y a f l x X 1 x ga 5 5 x XL HON K Per Di, Inde CHA Wi- Dia Per Whc V WA Kar A. Pe N4 .gg .fm S, a . 4 ' 7,5 .NH g -C, Par ""hlg 'Y'-an SENIOR era g? .kiwi S-..X N? A? 'ia' M .'xxx . Qi 2? ION HOWARD L. FULTZ NORMAN GLASSCOCK FRANK GUSTAFSON 5.5 K. C. U. iB.A.D Oklahoma Univ. CB.S.D Beloit College iB.S.J Psi Omega Psi Omega Psi Omega ns. Periodontia Appt. Periodontia Appt. Mercy Hospital Diagnosis Appt. Inter-Frat. Council Periodontal Appt. Independence, Mo. Oklahoma City, Okla. Kansas City, Kans. LY CHARLES GUTHRIE JESS L. HARRIS FRED R. HARVEY WICIWITB U- CB-AJ Kansas Univ. Colorado Univ. CA.B.j Xi Psi Phi Wichita Univ. Denver, Colo. ns. Diagnosis Appt. Xi Psi Phi gpt, Periodontia Appt. Intramurals ,b, Who's Who A.C.U. Wellington, Kans. Wakita,.Okla. SEN WAYNE L. HARVEY KENNETH D. HEAD AUDIE HENNINGTON XJ Kansas Univ. CA.B.l Baker Univ. iA.B.j Arizona Univ. iB.S.J Psi Omega Periodontia Appt. Xi Psi Phi Mercy Hospital Wellsville, Kans. Palo Alto, Calif. Periodontia Appt. Neodesha, Kans. '..' WTP' - -'Z A I M 1 fra 'vi ', I I -A 4. Ny' A' I Ga. ,- K A 1 .N I F- I 'C , 1 . xg: I .. , W J fs-4' 3 at I ,i x. . X I ol Q3 L-03551 I N 1 ' f 112'-4' s 'fa . N" 4 Y. "' 'E' "gg-' N'-7' ,, ' RT' eq" ' - .0 V 'iv-ctw I 'E' ,' fr A I Q . C E 43-Q, 2 4 le is I.. Q f Q1 fair 'hr ri-lg., J. WM. DEYOUNG Utah State Mercy Hospital Diagnosis Appt. Endodontics Appt. Ogden, Utah JOHN ENGELBRECHT N.E. Oklahoma State Xi Psi Phi Radiodontia Appt. Periodontia Appt. Muskogee, Okla. EARL DEAN EVANS Utah State CB.S.l Brigham Young U. CM.A. Periodontia Appt. Rigby, Idaho I . it Pi 'V . . X ., SX fa N KX? P- Vw. , . QS ' S .x sk 5 .Q x lm Mft., ow' 4- ia I .., M b R . .lx ss: 'Www JOE E. DRAKE Oklahoma A. 81 M. Psi Omega Periodontia Appt. Binger, Okla. L. EDWARD ENGLE Emporia State CB.A.j Diagnosis Appt. Periodontia Appt. Winchester, Kans. ROBERT A. FIKE Arkansas Univ. Xi Psi Phi Vice-Pres. Soph. Endodontic Appt. Sheridan, Ark. WILLIAM ENDICOTT K. S. T. C. fA.B.l Walnut, Kans. WILLIS R. ESAU Bethel College iA.B.j Xi Psi Phi Buhler, Kans. CHARLES C. FRANCE K. C. U. Xi Psi Phi Diagnosis Appt. Periodontia Appt. Forrest City, Mo. 'HQ 'td' 1 SENIOR WALTER F, MORRISON WM. S. NAKAGAWA CHARLES WM. NEALE Denver Univ. fA.B.J Washington Univ. CB.A,j K. C. U. fA.B.D Delta Sigma Delta Delta Sigma Delta Xi PSI Phi , Vice-Pres. Senior Pedodontia Appt. Diagnosis Appt. Pedodontics Appt. Student Council Rep. -I Denver, Colo. Stockton, Mo. YOSHITAKA OGATA THOMAS A. PARKER Washington Univ. IB.S.J OkIahoma.Univ. '- Bacteriology Inst. Psi Omega ' South Seattle, Wash. Rush Chair. Seminole, Okla. u K WILLIAM S. RANDALL BRUCE E. RATCLIFF N.E. Okla. State CB.S.J Arkansas Univ. CB.S.i Psi Omega Psi Omega ' Periodontia Appt. Springfield, Mo. Prosthetics Appt. Endodontics Appt. Tulsa, Okla. I I n I ,grin dl fi yd, M' I 'fe ' fl tm. P V Q I Iiia'ri'fr'ti 1 I- I I N Tw' KENDALL PORTER K. C. U. IB.A.J Xi Psi Phi Periodontia Appt. Kansas City, Mo. HAROLD C. REID Denver Univ. K. C. U. CB.A.J Xi Psi Phi Guymon, Okla. fi I' W? '-is gg ' .., ,. ii' gf' U 5 J X Ni, , Faq, - gg-95?-,I ,,....f-Y . Q-x df . ,cp . X .. , t as K V fi Y f "Q 0 9 'Q' W rv' .--v""' S. GEORGE LAING Donnelly College Kansas City, Kans. D. B. MATHEWS Ft. Hays Kans. State IB.S.J E Psi Omega Pres. Frat. Inter-Frat. Council La Crosse, Kans. H. DEAN MELKUS Kansas Univ. Xi Psi Phi '91-n .avsQkUi., 'Q 'Ti f VNJAZIL iv A X 2 I 1 , ,,r-HJ A . I 4 23 ' 1 35,2-if-. ,Sli I .mn 91 , f 'Aff T ' 2 I P ' if I' f LF 'wiv .-gag, -ess., 'YP JAMES D, LEA ROBERT F. MALONE Oklahoma Univ, WlCl'lil'a Univ. CB.A.J JERRY Xi Psi Phi Xl Psi Phi Bak Vice-Pres. Junior I'IiST0lOgy Lab. Inst. K. C. Human Anatomy Lab. WICIWITH, Kans. Xi Who's Who A.C.U. Indepe Oklahoma City, Okla. L. DOUGLAS MCBRIDE JAY B. MEAD RICH! ast Central State IB.S.j Denver Univ. CB.S.J Oklah' Xi Psi Phi Delta Sigma Delta Dun Vice-Pres. Freshman Perioclontia Appt. Ada, Okla. Anaheim, Calif.- WILLIAM R, MORRIS ROBERT T. MORRISON J. E. Missouri Univ, fB.S'j Missouri Univ. CB.S.J Westmins' Delta Sigma Delia Psi Omega Xi Periodontia Appt. Orthodontic Appt. Fult Medicine Lodge, Kans. Kansas City, Mo, Pres. Soph. Class Who's Who A.C.U. Hamilton, Mo. -nf:-fc" A' wr Alf- 'll . W-gk 'T f' , 1 f N- 'Ky 35- N. Y? .45 5-ug-Q if Oils. .Q x Q' . I F . as F- ,I . C. x I Y 'iv' x -L I 'QE 'fl 'fag fl IALONE '. CB.A.I 'hi b. Inst. Ians. fAD fB.S.J Delta Appt. Ialif. DRRISON v. CB.S.I aga : Appt. . Class A.C.U. Mo. My JERRY D. RICHEY Baker Univ. K. C. U. lB.A.l Xi Psi Phi Independence, Mo. RICHARD RUSSELL Oklahoma A. 8: M. Duncan, Okla. J. E. SANDIN Westminster Coll. lB.A.J Xi Psi Phi Fulton, Mo. as:-7 RONALD W. RIDGE Central Mo. State ,va . g AQ, . fe S "1"'-....."' DON E. ROBINSON N.E.O. State lB.S.J K. C. U. Psi Omega Psi Omega Endo., Perio., Radio., Pres. Junior Diagnosis 81 Operative Appt Diagnosis Appt. Independence, Mo. JERRY R. SANDERS K. C. U. Xi Psi Phi Southwest City, Mo ROY H. SCHAEFER K. C. U. IB.A.j Periodontia Appt. Independence, Mo. Mercy Hospital Kansas City, Mo. RONALD D. SANDERS Colorado Univ. Psi Omega Yearbook Dent. Editor Periodontia Appt. Trinidad, Colo. LELAND S. SCOTT Denver Univ. lB.S-I Psi Omega Vice-Pres. Frat. Periodontia Appt. Crown 81 Bridge Appl Colorado Springs, Colo. ug. , ifkgf SAM SHURBACK SENIOR WILLIAM F SLAGLE RICHARD LEE - SMITH Central Mo. State Central Okla. State CB.S.J Central Mo. State CB.S.J Prosthetics Appt. Kansas City, Mo. ORRIE MCVEY SNOOK Kansas Univ. CB.A.J Psi Omega Diagnosis Appt. Kansas City, Mo. Xi Psi Phi Pres. Frat. Inter-Frat. Council Oklahoma City, Okla. DONALD L. STEWART The Citadel Psi Omega Greeley, Colo. HERB. SUTHERLAND ROBERT K. THOMEN Missouri Univ. CA.B.l Xi Psi Phi Mercy Hospital Student Council Secy., Senior Bethany, Mo. fi ff-'S Z .V 0 5 ,han A s. 9 I I I "1 -V4 L ig-I Na. Baker Univ. Psi Omega Periodontia Appt. Diagnosis Appt. Gardner, Kans. Secy., Junior Diagnosis Appt. Prosthetics Appt. Warrensburg, Mo. ALEXANDER SUENAGA K. C. U. lB.A.l Delta Sigma Delta Secy., Freshman Intramural Chair. Honolulu, Hawaii RICHARD TIBBETTS Denver Univ. lB.A.J Psi Omega Ft. Morgan, Colo. 'hm 'GJ 1-,Q ,.us... I. fan is 0495:-,,r 1, f vyf. ,1 ,' ' ffif q. , ,V . - . , if N 9' :,2+ . r1' ff . . , ,. Z I i.Q':j'- A I 1 5' if Z J Q JOSEPH E TOOMEY S E N I 0 R utah Univ. 655.5 Mercy Hospital Perioclontia APPT- Diagnosis Appt- Salt Lake City, Ulah BURNEY M. TOLER N.E. Oklahoma Stale- Mercy Hospital Muskogee, Okla. JAMES S. TORCHlA K. S. T. C. lB.S.l Xi Psi Phi Diagnosis Appt. Periodontal Appf Columbus, Kans. DELBERT Tnorteiz So. Ill. Univ. L5-A-l Xi Psi Phi Diagnosis Appt. Benton, Ill. CHARLES S. TURNEY K. S. T. C. lA.B.l Emporia, Kans. MAX WAGNER New Mex. Univ. fB.S.D Xi Psi Phi Periodontia Appt. Clovis, N. M. L. R. WAGNER ..'f'.! ask r, jx jg . , C .x 'W If . wr y E is .li , Al 1 Y t ' , i , ,L ,f , 2 X l f ' 'IW A 432' 'V ,l K ff , . f 14 . ff X . V vt , . . X ,, S- . 1' .. W ' W fqfjtfv, me 6: Rf ' m ,M .. , , . New ex Uni i l D Xi Psi Phi Diagnosis Appt. Clovis, N. M. ROGER G. WASSER Arizona Univ. lA.B., M.A.D H Xi Psi Phi Mission, Kans. .Q it lf. ,. , g .,,. i f was - ' gif I A Ng , . fl! . .f L ' X K S -5. f' l , .Q , i 5 ff.. N Jlfl ' . C. G. WILLIAMSON MALCOLM A, WINER K. C. U. lB-A-l Colorado Univ. Xi Psi Phi Denver Univ. lB.S.l Vice-Pres. Frat. Pres. Freshman Diagnosis Appt. San Francisco, Calif Psi Omega Denver, Colo. ff .1 ,I . .L 'Q .fi I 'a.4Z..,kw:s 2 A l i ,,.. 1 twin XN'M47'f .5 'fh 1 , 'f 1 s X' 'V YQ .ig f IZ I t iyzwggszy .4 V ,ref ,V 't'-mv 2 f 5 WILFORD O. WATKINS L, DON WHITSETT Ufah STSTG lB-5-l Bethany Nazarene Coll. Pedoclontia Appt. Diagnosis Appt. MQVCY H0SPlTal Tulsa, Okla. Kansas City, Mo. " 4 Q BERN K.l Delta Pitt JOHP K. Delta Kansa THOM College Lea M? 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I, f BERNERD ALLMON HAROLD D. ARBON WENDELL ARNDT f ' A K. S. T. C. lB.S.J Idaho State fB.S.J Washburn University " g Delta Sigma Delta Pocatello, Idaho Psi Omega , V, 2 " J I ' Pittsburg, Kans. Kansas City, Kans. , R T11 ' JOHN N. BAGLEY CHARLES BALSAMO R. DOYLE BARLET K. c. u. CB.S.D M. U. tA.B.b K. s, T. c. . Delta Sigma Delta Kansas City, Kans. THOMAS H. BARNES College of Ozarks fB.S.J Xl Psi Phi Leachville, Ark. A .. Columbia, Mo. JERRY BARTELSMEYER Drury College CA.B.J Marionville, MO. Carl Junction, MO. ROBERT BARTHELD Okla. University lB.S.J Delta Sigma Delta McAlester, Okla. 13 1-ue I J Z .if Q. f L '90-pp. 1. .pci-'T' It 1 h e f i .3 'M if If-If R? W ,ft .x ,ar 4, ,-.4-iv' 'Pfi- gf-PU Af pl, . J- 1' ii " 'Q ' 'Y-K, . A -'U v . 4 lt 5' . 'Z P A f ,D ., , 1 9 , , ,, 1 :M X, fM"a-ww . f J .4 -, ' -.. ff 1 I , J... ., . , L, - , f 69 v.l austin. DAVID K. H. DUNG Creighton Univ. CB.S.l Delta Sigma Delta Honolulu, Hawaii JAMES L. EIDSON Okla. Univ. CB.S.l Delta Sigma Delta Mayfield, Ky. WILLIAM H. FROST Okla. Univ. CB.S.J Xi Psi Phi Elmore, Okla. l. ,- . 1" A s 1 ke' , l I i ,Y i iw' E JUNIOR RICHARD DUNKLEY Brigham Young U. fB.A., M.A.j Preston, Idaho H. J. FAERBER Kansas Univ. fB.A.l Xi Psi Phi Kansas City, Kans. BRUCE A. FRYE JOHN E. DUNN Kansas State iB.S.J Delta Sigma Delta Topeka, Kans. WM. S. FLATT Denver Univ. Psi Omega Burlington, Colo. BUD BOYD FURBECK Central Col., Okla. CB.S.J Fort Hays Kans. St CA.B.J Delta Sigma Delta Wheeler, Texas Delta Sigma Delta La Crosse, Kans. A ' 451 i t .L 1' ' .Ss l lit tw K 'L X sa Q 5' it '. ff gg! l u I .,-, x Qt., , 30145. SN'-I is E P 'Qlf as . f V' A' fm ...,,.. S 'Fr5vw il eq. 4-ug Z ,., in I-8.5 '-an ,C . . K .C l ff, 'VS1 QQ' ' Z W Aa:- f 5' 'Q 'fir I f 4'-0 -ea Q4 41' . im... 1? FRANK L. CLAFFEY Creighton University Xi Psi Phi Santa Fe, N. M. HARBORD L. COX Texas University CB.S.J Xi Psi Phi Amarillo, Texas ROBERT L. DEVENY Arkansas A. 81 M. Xi Psi Phi Pine Bluff, Ark. A .41 DANIEL L. COOPER K. C. U. Delta Sigma Delta Kansas City, Kans. JERRY CROOK East New Mexico Univ. Xi Psi Phi Clovis, N. M. DOUGLAS DEWELL Oklahoma A. 81 M. Psi Omega Oklahoma City, Okla. iw..-5' - 'ME . f ' Q pf ,anno-4- ,,,,.. -or , A 4 x I fy S f Z 5 , A F. C. COX Kirksville State Delta Sigma Delta Trenton, Mo. C. DREW DENNEY Oklahoma Univ. fB.A.b Delta Sigma Delta Kingfisher, Okla. HUGH C. DORSEY' 'Ark. Univ. KBS., B.A.l Delta Sigma Delta Prairie Village, Kans. if - 4 ff--. A5 in K vez.. G. Ol Delti Tahf JOHN Tul Delt Cl' DE lndeg LM Y, ,sin Q 'Ks-ft wi 2. 2 'tis LL. Alisa. . , x -1 l' V459 3 , 1 . ig! N V. W. . , Vw ' 'Uv 's ' G. C. GIBSON Okla. A. 8. M. Delta Sigma Delta Tahlequah, Okla. JOHN L. GRUENBERG Tulsa University Delta Sigma Delta Chelsea, Okla. DEE F. HONEY K. C. U. Xi Psi Phi Independence, Mo. F, 94 ,bk axq ,X T " 1 ,Q J T' X.- ""fT.7f Mr 'isa 'Q F741 . i if A CONNIE GIVENS U. S. C. Las Vegas, Nev. ALVA E. HIATT Denver Univ. lB.A.l Xi Psi Phi Kansas City, Kans. DONALD R. HOOVER Drury College CB.A.l Xi Psi Phi Springfield, Mo. 1 X R Q ff! 'nvvi JUNIOR GLENN HOUGH K. S. T. C. fB.A.D Xi Psi Phi Pittsburg, Kans. B. R. JOHNSON Oklahoma Univ. Duncan, Okla. C. SAM KEMPER Drury College Psi Omega Joplin, Mo. .. . ix X! 5, I Zxils . f ix ff R if Honolulu, Hawaii V ROBERT M. HORNER S . A x I Provo, Utah Th! - i my im ga. ':.1:,.Lf ' ' 4 2:14, ' fir, . l . Q: .3 .5 "VH m gn--.. 12 it 1. ANTHONY L. INGINO K. C. U. Kansas City, Mo. L. K. KELLEY Okla. A. 8. M. fB.S.l Psi Omega San Mateo, Calif. ROBERT F. KENT Ark. State Teachers fB.S.l Delta Sigma Delta Harrison, Ark. F-, 'rn if r. ri JACK J. JENSEN Utah Univ. fB.S.l Delta Sigma Delta Richfield, Utah THOMAS J. KELLY Okla. Univ. CB.S.l Central State CB.S.l Xi Psi Phi Altus, Okla. RANDALL L. KIENE K. C. U. lB.S.l Delta Sigma Delta Kansas City, Mo. fs . '7- . gg .KE N l l .tsl M .fr sf? .. sa. u IU' . """ l QQ 7' ,asv I ? MES X PM yi ..... fn J 3, Tai l' 1. 125 if 4 ,.: .N LASAS1- ' IQ' W-'-"V Y. 4-,J Q - , -1-1 ff ., Q, ,, i4,g...,,f' ff A WW J' 1 lix ll I -1 PHILIP MAWHlRTER Denver Univ. lB.S.l Statsburg, Colo. ROBERT MENCHETTI K. S. T. C. lB.S.J Delta Sigma Delta Pittsburg, Kans. BILL MILLER Tulsa Univ. lB.S., B.A.D Delta Sigma Delta Dallas, Texas I JUNIOR JACK D. MCCALMON Fort Hays Kans. State Delta Sigma Delta Phillipsburg, Kans. FRANK W. MEYER Kansas Univ. lB.A.J Delta Sigma Delta Easton, Kans. EDWARD MIYAHARA K. C. U. Honolulu, Hawaii 5'q"w-3? has 15 i . L 0 -'Y-'l'.T'. A 3 Q54 -4, 'T ' l r fs ' .1 fs, ...gy N.. qllhf. Cin. RICHARD E. MEIERS Ottawa Univ. lB.S.l Xi Psi Phi Ottawa, Kans. EDMUND LEO MEYERS Kansas State lB.S.l Xi Psi Phi Marysville, Kans. W. FRED. MOORE Colorado Univ. lB.A.l Delta Sigma Delta Yuma, Colo. A i ,781 E, -Jqhl 5 ll? li' "4 Q L4 . ,,,A ii 1 2 .fx rel" 'mf' X f .!. E ' Q . 3 .h ' . K.. Z ' gg 4 I 'Qs sv- NN 'sv s . an ' A ' ' ,T--'gi S .8 """ 'wr 1 XX 'ET' , y A 14 Ay X A f Wf ,Z 3 an f V nf 'Vi 4 ' 'We 1. -Q f I 1 1 Q f A -S 'as if ' OTTO H. KRAMLICH K. KIETH KRETH Wartburg College Ark. A. 8- M. lB.S.l Delta Sigma Delta Psi O-mega Eureka, S. D. Fountain Hill, Ark. GORDON O. LAMBSON JAMES D. LIMESTALL Westminster College lB.S.J Okla. Univ. lB.S.7 Psi Omega Delta Sigma Delta Springville, Utah El Reno, Okla. SAM LYMAN ROBERT MATHIESEN Ottawa Univ. lB.A.D Denver Univ. lB.S., M.A.D Ottawa, Kans. Xi Psi Phi A Denver, Colo. X si Q DWAINE D. KURTZ K. C. U. lB.S.j Xi Psi Phi Wellington, Kans. CARLlE C. LONG Okla. Univ. lB.S.J Psi Omega Pauls Valley, Okla. FRANK J. MAURO Wichita Univ. Hickman Mills, Mo I S52 4 ,Z f I f f, , . .,,.4 , 1 ie' A Del' Hoi MAX Oklahi Cal WILl Ho E' gt ss ,r .S if rl I fi I af .K RTZ -I IDS. 'NG 5.S.J I D-kla. URO v. Mo. A , if 1 X Q ! i f Q is 9245 AN sr ,1 -ff-f-95,55 AJ Af' r if . . ,.,- ,.W,,, , . N www I igtfiisx few., xs I R- cw ' I - ' . . , I N , iv Q W A M, A ,shim . , ff' ' pi gs., W - A - t T A.. - W I 2 J K QW, ,,, ff - f ii X f, fi 2' I ,I ' i. " ALBERT MORI K. C. U. Delta Sigma Delta Honolulu, Hawaii MAX E. MU R R ISON Oklahoma Univ. CB.S.J Xi Psi Phi Caldwell, Kans. WILLIAM NOVOTNY K. C. U. Xi Psi Phi Hoisington, Kans. , 1' .-iff ,G i f ff: f . K- 5 I ii I 2' 5 91' R . R I K f Vqvl N Z.'g:.l:',., If ff , 'R X. X I5 . .A A 7,'?,g.:fi2f?f-'Ek ' "QQ --9 . ..,. , . , . . X A X 1 X 4 R iq :YV mv W tj ig H. RAY MORRISON K. C. U. lB.A.j Xi Psi Phi Oak Grove, Mo. BOB NEWTON K. C. U. CB.A.D Xi Psi Phi Kansas City, Mo. R. OWENS Okla. City Univ. lB.S.I Xl Psi Phi McFarland, Calif- S314 - ,A ,W L. 5 4, fffyfg dy E55 S A . ik JUNICR RICHARD VV, PERRY WALDEN PETERSON ROBERT D. POKORNY Tulsa Univ, fB,5,y Bethany College CA.B.J Fort Hays Kans. State CB.A Salina, Kans. Psi Omega La Crosse, Kans. Delta Sigma Delta Tulsa, Okla. C. RICHARD POWELL Kansas Univ. lB.A.D Xi Psi Phi Council Grove, Kans. ARTHUR D. PRATER L. N. PRATT Illinois Univ. CB.S.I N.E. State, Okla. CB.S.I Psi Omega Psi Omega Kansas City, Kans. Muskogee, Okla. RICHARD J. PRIBYL J. L. SAUER WILLIAM SCHAIFF if! Q Regis College lA.B.b Wichita U. CB.A.j K. C. U. 5 . Delta Sigma Delta Xi Psi Phi Delta Sigma Delta Q Denver, Colo. Mena, Ark. Carthage, Mo. - , , , A s I . . X I , I f ? 1 . 571 f i. , , M 1 ,V IZ . 1 ,, , Q Don H. MORROW , Boonville, Mo. . 'fs 45,2 9 fa- - N JASPER NORTHCUTT f ' , , 2 , f I S. M. S. lB.S.I Arkansas Univ. CM.S.I f In V, Xi Psi Phi. -Rx Huntsville, Ark. M . WILLIAM vv. PAINE y We Central State, Okla. CB.S.I I Psi Omega Oklahoma City, Okla. Zig. Zh EEDMA fini , W, 1 wffzf. Q ,ff :figs J " wa ja 3 R j 0 is ' QJZQQ .f f fp 'ww 1 '. . , ' V ' " -. 1 W Q X- .Lal 4 , f I , 1. -14,2 2, . ff 5 Y f , I Y , .I " 'I ff A 5. ,sur ..,, 73 DAREL D. VILES Drury College CB.S., A.B.J Psi Omega Halfway, Mo. ROBERT C. WEIGAND JUNIOR WALTER WAKATSUKI Hawaii Univ. CB.S.l Delta Sigma Delta Honolulu, Hawaii DAVID H. WERKING PAUL D. WATKINS Oklahoma Univ. CB.A.l Pauls Valley, Okla. R. WENDELL WH ITE K. C. U. CB.A.l 'Colorado State U. CB.S.J U. S. A. C. CB.S.J Delta Sigma Delta Delta Sigma Delta Trementon, Ufah Kansas City, Mo. Glenwood Springs, Colo. LE GRANDE WOOLEY WILLIAM P. WYATT ROBERT K. WYNNE U. S. C. CB.A.D Oklahoma Univ. fB.A.D B- Y- U- Delta Sigma Delta Delta Sigma Delta Salt Lake City, Utah Kansas City, Mo. ' 4' rf: -.v effk Q Q. Z I A' . of , , g f fat. Q, 1. 'Ap ,.,,',,,. it ,jf .A If as . 9 , - , Q . If Q T f if ' .1 y EH: . ff. ' Tia. 'Q . , "7 fi Y X V A .. nv-g 'rr , ' 2 ' ik , 5 ' fr 51311-111 . . gil , iijlg.. ' . ' j ffzi ..1'.p::z'?f" - i . ,, .,,. ,,,,,,1f f f ,fy P., .,,ii: S .L " 3 i 4 f f 7 f 4' R Z Q A 'S+' V fs , ' 55 272 5' -'f1:w.I.:I- ,. , M ' ,-.I ,-..-,yy ' f I ax 7 w f 1 A. -' -- f W f-:ll ,mf F. . . k fi . LX 4 7? . X , I It " PAUL E. SMITH ROBERT E. SMITH vv. PAUL SOMMER RICH, vvamam Jeweu Oklahoma Univ. IB.s.I NE stare, OkIa. IB.s.I K Kansas City, Mo. Delta Sigma Delta Delta Sigma Delta Oklahoma City, Okla. Sand Springs, Okla. O KENNET.H SWEATMAN BILL J. TESTA JOE K. THOMAS DOD Arkansas Univ. CB.S.l Oklahoma Univ. Oklahoma Univ. Unix Xi Psi Phi Delta Sigma Delta Delta Sigma Delta Camden, Ark. McAlester, Okla. Poteau, Okla. El ,L Q2 HOWARD THOMPSON GEORGE E. TILLER CHARLESITRUDGEON DA 51 5 A g K. s. T. c. Last K. c. U. . Oklahoma Univ. IB.s.7 Soufhw IW' Q Parsons, Kang. xi Psi Phi xi Psi Phi tn Miami, Fla. Miami, Okla. El mx A -3 X. - I WYMAN E. YOUNG ,f"""'w .t K. C. U. IB.A.y PM , 2 I Kansas City, Mo. I , P. A . , G, ... 1 g . 1 Q f' , 95-Q N X I ,, V, 3. ' it A' I S. y WILLIAM C. ZANOL A . I-sw an Colorado Univ. A 3' If X 'ma ...R iff.,-,, Delta Sigma Delta I A wx I. V .5 1 Denver, Colo. ' f . - ' V 3 Lx L 7 ,.If'1 i 'W . A 2 if ' I RL I - T . 1 . 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DERFELT JAMES E. DICKSON Arkansas Sf, Coll, fB,S,j Kansas St. Teach. Coll. Okla. A. 8i M. Coll. Psi Omega Xi Psi Phi Psi Omega Pleasant Grove, Ark. Galena, Kans. Chandler, Okla. 'Nu' l .rs f Q RICHARD A. ABBOTT KENNETH P. ADAMSON DONALD A. BALLEW Delta Sigma Delta Kansas City, Mo. WALLACE E. BECK Brigham Young U. Delta Sigma Delta Mt. Pleasant,-Utah JAMES A. BURGESS Univ. of Arkansas Greenwood, Ark. K. C. U, 18.5.1 Brigham Young U. 18.5.5 Northeastern St. College Psi Omega Xi Psi Phi Olathe, Kans. Pleasant Grove, Utah DON H. BARROW THOMAS M. BASSETT Univ. of Arkansas Univ. of Utah iB.S.J Xi Psi Phi Delta Sigma Delta El Dorado, Ark. St. Anthony, Idaho DANA K. BIBLER JOHN W. BUDD Southwestern Kans. CB.A.l Univ. Of Colorado fB-A-l' Xi Psi Phi Xi Psi Phi Elkhart, Kans. Boulder, Colo. if .xx F, 75 ii it R ..'4"-11 , ff 5, .3 4 Q . ,V f 41?- 1. SOPHOMORE ROBERT FULKERSON BEN P. GAINES Univ. of Denver lB.A.i Arkansas A. 8- M. College Xi Psi Phi Xi Psi Phi Denver, Colo. Lake Village, Ark. ROBERT B. GETTIG DOUGLAS H. GIBSON Phoenix College iA.A.J Univ. of Denver CB.S.i Xi Psi Phi Pueblo, Colo. Phoenix, Ariz. JACK L. HADEN BILL M. HAMRA JAMES E. GARRISON Ottawa Univ. CB.A.i Xi Psi Phi Hays, Kans. KENNETH V. GIVENS Univ. of So, California Xi Psi Phi Las Vegas, Nev. JOHN R. HANN K. C. U. Univ. of Oklahoma CB.S.J Baker Univ. lB.A.i Xi Psi Phi Delta Sigma Delta Burlington Jct., Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Henryetta, Okla. It 1 'I , - he z Q 'fa in J X sf 49 W,X,,. .1 If 'nfl ' 'wot ' I Sr, L .z., -5- 1 , 4 - , 'f Y 1 . s t Q Lflfg. , Il . gg 'tires MSN ix .x-1' gms, '51-4,45 3 3 9. f,l"',Rr Sv' J Af i if I 76 ff J ! , rw as , X- I V , . R jf . gi Lf" 5. A 0 0 MW ei ,O 'ggi I . 'MMU I ! i ' Q- V WWW' ,pw Q f l V it , 1 SWG f L ' , w , W K Aix 5.1 I .E . .,. K, ,A ,H X3-V' , , ' ff Q., 7, if I . .. 2 ,1-g:K . A l , wma :W it M f W 4 + f f if? j a as ,I y if . Qs f X Q? ff, 4 N 'X f 1' '3 3, 1 S ,, 1, M .i ' I ff , fffff ,gi if 1- its if Q Q N x 'ta 1 . 4 A, 0 4 ,,f . 7 . f ,011 1 If Qmw Q if I ff! Biff Q .QSM X ff A JOSEPH C. DORSEY CLARENCE W. DRAKE Univ. of Arkansas fB.S,J Okla. A. 81 M. Coll. fB.S.D au ' ,v-fe" f f 1 i Z I ' Q11 A ffm. ' x f i! I 2' hilt: . x vff v I ' ' Z, fiifhi 5 i 1 ,DW ' I 1 fs s MQ. . f fl TOM H. DUPREE Hendrix College CB.A.i Delta Sigma Delta Psi Omega England, Ark. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. ' EARL ENGLE "EJ" L. FAIRBANKS EDWARD A. FAULKNER Ottawa Univ. Brigham Young U. lB.S.D Baker Univ. Winchester, Kans. Kansas City, Mo. Xi Psi Phi El Dorado, Kans. WILLIAM FEUERBORN DEAN G. FLOYD RICHARD FRIEDLEY Wichita Univ. Westminster College fB.A.J McPherson College CB.S.l Xi Psi Phi Salt Lake City, Utah Xi Psi Phi Kansas City, Mo. Merriam, Kans. It 79 3 it .fllvf I ix 5.5f.'2fNH ,A C BILI Univ. Wil Ross Pepr New VERO Unix Oklal I 'f' x Ss , ,fx 'Um Si iffw' VW V75 W, ' i fir' if fi 1 1 I 2 f "Hy .f, . R 2 'REE 2 CB.A.i rk. JLKNER v. i Qans. EDLEY age iB.S.i hi lans. . 5? ,, Nw' " . , g Q sw BM fl riff J Q is Q11 kwa?" fj, 2 BILLY HASKELL Univ. of Arkansas Winslow, Ark. ROBERT HENDERSON Pepperdine College Xi Psi Phi New York City, N. Y. VERO D. HUTCHESON 'wi VKEJQ G Q .-vip 'WWWQ ARLON HATCHETT Univ. of Colorado Psi Omega Springfield, Colo. GALE T. HOLSMAN Univ. of Missouri iB.S.J Xi Psi Phi Lake Ozark, Mo. BILL A. JACKSON Univ. of Oklahoma Oklahoma A. 8. M. iB.S.b Psi Omega Oklahoma City, Okla. Delta Sigma Delta Shattuck, Okla. SOPHOMORE ALVIN J. JOHNSON DONALD W- JOHNSON GERALD K. JOHNSON ,Q I Univ. of COlOl'6Cl0 Phillips Univ. iB.A.J Arkansas Sf, Teach, Cgllege gf Julesberg, Colo. Psi Omega Xi Psi Phi ' Lyman, Nebf- Augusta, Ark. QQA ff y Jizz: r., ii LYLE G. HEIMERICH Univ. of Denver Xi Psi Phi Denver, Colo. JAMES R. HUNT K. C. U. Xi Psi Phi Fayetteville, Ark. ROBERT G. JACKSON Univ. of Kansas Psi Omega Ft. Scott, Kans. KENNETH R. KIMBALL Westmont College Xi Psi Phi Monterey, Calif. RICHARD D. LEIGHTY Washburn Univ. iB.A.D Xi Psi Phi Topeka, Kans. ...Ri X f 5 Xi " e , f V .. , , Sfiiy X ,I 0, X ffm SN A. f ' lk 17? . . 5 1 S3 f i ymw' i 3 ' In .- U ,X - I 1 7 7, . ... I B '. 'of i . ,, fy 1, r -j 4 ' f Z J i, I , W, . 4' .X ,,,, :J DONALD K. KRAUSE ROBERT L. LEE Rockhurst College CB.S.i Central St. College Xi Psi Phi Xi Psi Phi Kansas City, Mo. Oklahoma City, O-kla. WlLLlAM E. l.lTLE PAUL R. LUNT Westminster College iB.A.i ldalio Sfaie C0lle99 i5-5-i Psi Omega Cedar City, Utah Springfield, Mo. 77 -agr- L A "!?v'lr SOPHOMORE t r as f as , . l l , l A L sky, V 'Qu - "" , W 'i f ag. l , l ff!! 1 L ff A 4 Wil' Q t A , , 4 K .f 7 ff Ye A ny , X ff f TERRY P. MILLER JACOB H. MOBERLY RALPH W. MOFFAT Okla. A. 81 M. Coll. lB.A.J E. N. Mex. Univ. lB.S.J Univ. of Utah lB.S-D Delta Sigma Delta Xi Psi Phi Salt Lake City, Utah Wagoner, Okla. Melrose, N. Mex. DORSEY J. MOORE ALBERT L. MULLIKEN ROBERT NOYES Central Missouri St. Univ. of Kansas lB.A.l Univ. of Utah Xi Psi Phi Delta Sigma Delta American Fork, Utah Waynesville, Mo. Columbus, Kans. DURL W. O'NElL PETER M. ORR lll RUSSELL G. OWENS Kansas State Coll. CB.S.j Huron College Union College fB.A.J Xi Psi Phi Xi Psi Phi Keene, Texas Prairie Village, Kans. Y x f Liberal, Kans. L. M. LYNCH JAMES A. MACROBERT JAMES D. MANKIN Arkansas A. 81 M. Coll. lB.S.J E. Central St. Coll. lB.S.J Westminster College lB.A.5 Xi Psi Phi Delta Sigma Delta Psi Omega Wabaseka, Ark. Ada, Okla. Jefferson City, Mo. JACK L. MARTENEY MANFRED S. MARYOTT JOE D. MATTHEWS Northwestern St. Coll. lB.S.J Phillips Univ. fB.A.D Washburn Univ. lB.A.J ' Xi Psi Phi Psi Omega xii Psi Phi g X V by V Hazelton, Kans. Red Lodge, Mont. Nortonville, Kans. f 's-4 J S BOB E. MCCONNELL DAYTON J. MCDONALD DONALD K. MEYER 4 NN j C. M. S. C. Pasadena City Coll. lA.A.l K.AC. U. lB.A.j 1 Q 4 Xi Psi Phi Xi Psi Phi D Psi Omega 'W ' WK' Appleton City, Mo. San Bernardino, Calif. Kansas City, Mo. IN ,ix G ,ASK .rl AP' . 'QRS-is 7' 'Ni X. - ,fx T., . .V .IJ I, I , 1 A l ,, ti iii A, 5714 lags. , 55 flvvifi' r Q1 J, V V .. .W , QE wg ,. 5 ,1 by 'K .1 Z,-l 1041 , fi .fag mg! fa N aa f assi .. ,la , A - L1 ' , K V . jfffff ,I',4fr4' 55.5.1 ,J-vt .gg '+:.,,4 23,44 Av' ,f . I , 4, Z 'K I . A y DUAN Oklahor Kal EDWJ K. O, MA Univ Sun :X no f?"'1'+ 3 X P? qi . . Q vw? f,,, ,V E KV. J. R f . ll 1 X W, , , 5 Wixv NK'N DUANE E. PATTERSON JOSEPH E. PEARCE RICHARD L. PEEPLES i9e iB'A'l Oklahoma A. 8. M. College Union College CB.A.J K. C. U. a Psi Omega Independence, Mo. Psi Omega " Mo' Kansas City, Mo. Parsons, Kans. HEWS EDWARD A. PETERS JOE M. PIERATT EDGAR K. RECKNAGEL '- i5-A-l K. C. U. fB.S.J Texas Tech lB.A.l Phillips Univ. KB.A.J ll Xi Psi Phi Xi Psi Phi Xi Psi Phi , Kam- Oakley, Kans. Dumas, Texas Enid, Okla. LEYER MARVIN W. REED THOMAS 5. RESER . ROBERT R. RHYNE A-l Univ. of Kansas CB.S.J Kansas St. College KB.S.J Kansas St. College CB.S.J 5 Summerfield, Kans. Lebanon, Mo. Xi Psi Phi Mo. Topeka, Kans. SOPHOMCRE WILBUR B. RlCHlE JOHN RIDDLEBARGER S. PETE ROEHL Colorado A. 81 M. iB.S.l Westminster Union College fB.A.j Xi Psi Phi Bartlesville, Okla. Dighton, Kans. Georgetown, lll. HERBERT ROSENSTEIN DEE W. ROY BILLY R. ROZELL K. C. U. Univ. of Kansas lB.S.D S.W. Missouri St. CB.A.l Psi Omega Xi Psi Phi Garrison, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Kans. BEN SANDOVAL TONY SAN FILIPPO TQORU -SATO N. Mex. Highlands U. fB.A.J Wheaton College iB.S.l Univ, of Hawaii fB.A.D Kansas City, Mo. Xi Psi Phi Delta Sigma Delta Casa Grande, Ariz. Hilo, Hawaii 5-at k HW.--.Q 4Y4m. we ma-D l W ,. ' My Z Li M ,V fm ' , .ff """ an aw.: ' A Mmm. 1 f,,,, 79 pc: ,VII ' SOPHOMORE JOSEPH E. TARON ROBERT D. THOMAN RONALD D. TODD Oklahoma A. 8- M. Coll. Kansas St. Coll. lB.S.J Northeastern St. Coll. lB.S.J ' Psi Omega Hays, Kans. Delta Sigma Delta 'fill ' r . Shawnee, Okla. Tulsa, Okla- f Wal. mf. -zz-'K JAMES R. TOMMEY JAMES M. TROUT H. VAZQUEZ-TORRES K I A Ouachita College CB.S.l Univ. of Kansas Univ. of Puerto Rico lB.S.D Murfreesboro, Ark. Xi Psi Phi Yauco, Puerto Rico St. Joseph, Mo. X JERRY E. WAGNER KENNETH R. WATSON JOE F. WELCH Kansas St. Teach. College Northeastern St. Coll. CB.S.J Okla. A- 8- M. Coll. U3-5-I Xi Psi Phi Xi Psi Phi Psi Omega Independence, Mo. Myrtle Creek, Ore. Oklahoma CITY, Okla- -- . ,X . J.: .QA-V W i is R: A R Q: ,iifis i . ,Trix Q ..-s-. , '- X A f' 'Y'-'?" Sig,-l he . 7 " Bos sci-lick Univ. of Oklahoma lx I Delta Sigma Delta Duncan, Okla. I JAMES H. SMITH Univ. of Kansas CB.S.D Psi Omega D Syracuse, Kans. X 4 ' L ROBERT A. STARR Q- N . I Okla. A. s. M. Coll. lB.S.D Xi X. aa. LX Q' ' Psi Omega - --:Tc -- Edmond, Okla. RJ .. Z i x L Skill: 'Z I g Vtv. ,,,, R , .,,, .l FRANK WELTY W " Washburn College KB.A.l S Xi Psi Phi Q 4 ,gps-.. as . v Kansas City, Mo. 5 HOWARD R. woosiev Univ. of Missouri fB.A.l VW' ,..,, . VAUGHN SINCLAIR DONALD M. SMITH K. C. U. Univ. of Oklahoma lB.A.j Psi Omega Psi Omega Independence Oklahoma City, Okla. JEROME J. SOLOW ARLEN E. STAAB Univ. of Oklahoma CB.A.J Rockhurst College CB.S.J Psi Omega Xi Psi Phi Tulsa, Okla. Kansas City, Mo. AARON W. SULLIVAN Univ. of Missouri CB.S.J JAMES M. TALBOTT Univ. of Arkansas Delta Sigma Delta Q Xi Psi Phi Senath, Mo. Joplin, Mo, .ms 1 Z W if ago' SNMP Delta Sigma Delta Kansas City, MQ, A X :Az s-,, S ,R ,V 'R riff :X WA ,W ,, if I lk i A-1 X A it - sg.. .g, I-.illiii . N BILI Missoi I ROB Ok Delt T JAA Brighar F f stiff use 7 1 In f , an f fy f f L r SMITH na fB.A.j ya ', Okla. TAAB :ge CB.S.J hi , Mo. ILBOTT IBHSBS 'ti IO. -' Q , .5 . .. I K 2 Z ,- J, I Q 'wh 1 A Sfx ,. , X , A ., fa I I 2 , 1 ':,,' Q FM A., is A ff F' 5' ' ,L -Quan.. .3 gl! 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Q .1 Q in wb 5 , , 7- f , 4' ' f X' I 'ML M ,f 2, f K 0 ' .ijfff ,v li , ...wma K Aly . , 'fwojff if sri, . R 81 DUARD W. ENOCH K. C. U. lB.S.l Delta Sigma Delta Kansas City, Mo. FRANK D. FERSON K. S. T. C. lB.S.l Delta Sigma Delta Girard, Kans. HOMER E. FOUTZ Kansas Univ. CA.B.J Xi Psi Phi Minneapolis, Kans. FRESHMAN ROGER B. FELT VAN FERGUSON Utah Univ. John Brown Univ. i3-5-J Springville, Utah Siloam Springs, Afk- 'RICHARD T. FITE Oklahoma Univ. Delta Sigma Delta Bristow, Okla. JAMES D. FREDRICK Washington Univ. lB.A.J Kansas City, Mo. 'sub JOHN D. FOSTER Oklahoma A. 81 M. Duncan, Okla. WYBERT R. FREEMAN K. C. U. Delta Sigma Delta Kansas City, Mo. ,R .st , . . J 3 -,. 'slr' X? K i.. '. I gi 1 l . 'Q' A E15 3? it A . . l . Q . . V f 4 ,W 4 fm N J CZ? ew, SL f' lf' ""S'-v-J es. 5' f, J 2 -,v 1 kb: 1-fr r .,.. W Av, M . My . . fi' Qifitiae'-t.':.i wwf, r-f1ft'ff19Q'3'?.Q8 " ' .Qfi ' . X 9 4- 51 .fs A M if ,Q fl " f 4f"?.vk, fb NORMAN LEE CLARK Greenville College Psi Omega Engelwood, Colo. KENT A. COMPTON Drury College CA.B.J Springfield, Mo. CHARLES L. DUNLAP N.E. State, Okla. Muskogee, Okla. .-...nl as fa ' . , A W 6. f y,,.J'.. 'T l Fl. ,f l QQ! .ff LEMUEL V. CLEMENT Arkansas Univ. CB.S.D Xi Psi Phi Lonoke, Ark. STANDLEE DALTON Kansas Univ. lA.B.D Delta Sigma Delta Hays, Kans. JOHN L. ECKERT Kansas Univ. Psi Omega Dodge City, Kans. ' 'NWO ' f ,V Q p 2-M, Q . ' x ll KENNETH CL ON D. N, E. Okla. State Muskogee, Okla. RICHARD L. DRIGGS Utah Univ. CB.S.l Salt Lake City, Utah DON V. ENGLAND K. S. T. C. Xi Psi Phi Joplin, Mo. Q 5 3 f 'I T 1 ' 'fs e' f A l .U ,Q . 4 L, ae.. A . 'fa' it 1 , X if . ' 'C T A 1 R Q .A is J w e X A ' A' I Wil' i - . Sr. S3325 I li.. A 5 f" Q N fi 4 JACK Colc Del' D JOI N.E. ' Del' Cla JOHP K. T X Kans 4 1 a 1 I rg , g ak C . A .1 .ON D State Jkla. RIGGS ,B.S.j , Utah 'LAND - wi lo. ,we ig - Nr . F -aw, X . W , fi I s , , 4 ,. 4- ? 7-, 4, 3, ft... Q! X , .X 1 , ff 'ISM , 1' . JACK S. GALBREATH Colo. State U. CB.S.I Delta Sigma Delta Denver, Colo. JOHN W. GREEN f 'HI' r Nr--nu-f il 0.04" 1, Q - J m,,a f 6 'AML GAYLE J. GIBSON Oklahoma A. 81 M. Psi Omega Erick, Okla. ?6fSVs,S ff ff' Q ' SS mg k A , .xs,,QJs,.,. ,. ,, WF rm inf' v-Ny, K. 'Qty-.., 1 v X I J .Quang iN V RNA, -:va ,fs-.few FRESHMAN B. J. HILL Westminster College Delta Sigma Delta Trenton, Mo. THOMAS HOWE Tulsa Univ. Delta Sigma Delta Tulsa, Okla. THERON C. JOHNSON Ft, Hays Kans. State CA.B.J Delta Sigma Delta Zurich, Kans. JAMES K. HOCOTT PAUL PHILIP HOFER Kansas State College McPherson, Kans. CHARLES W. HUGHES Kansas State Col. lB.S.I Delta Sigma Delta Mission, Kans. ERBIN E. JONES K. C. U. CB.S.D Delta Sigma Delta Bartlesville, Okla. Baker Univ. Hutchinson, Kans. CHARLES JOHNSON Oklahoma Univ. Bartlesville, Okla. RICHARD L. JONES Missouri Univ. fB.S.l Kansas City, Mo. L. DARRYLE GIBSON Oklahoma A. 8- M. Psi Omega Erick, Okla. WILLIAM R. GRIGSBY BEN E. HARGETT N.E. Okla. State CB.S.l Dartmouth College fB.A.D K- C. U- lA.5.I Delta Sigma Delta Delta Sigma Delta . Hoisington, Kans. Claremore, Okla. Denver, Colo. JOHN I. HAYNES RICHARD W. HEROLD LESLIE I'l. HIGA K. C. U. lB.S.l Ft. Hays Kans. State CB.S.J Grinnell College CB.A.D I Xi Psi Phi Delta Sigma Delta Dalfa Sigma Delta Kansas City, Mo. Ellinwood, Kans. Hawi, Hawaii ,. ,v m ,, 2 .4 f' , , an-1, 5 'WI wfnvuaaw lbw nf, 1 ' f ii-,A 1 :Y 1, ' I v K' gg,- a e t K ffff2? iiti T '2 'KTM t 1 ,,. I .. , . f " ill. Fifi ROBERT E. LAVERY K. S. T. C. Xi Psi Phi Frontenac, Kans. DONALD S. LINHART N.E. Mo. State CB.S.b Xi Psi Phi Browning, Mo. ROD MacDONALD K. C. U. Xi Psi Phi Kansas City, Mo. lbu FRESHMAN CARL ADIN LEHMAN Ft. Hays Kans. State Gorham, Kans. C. VERNON LOUCH Oklahoma Univ. lB.S.i ARNOLD M. LEVICK Oklahoma Univ. Delta Sigma Delta Albuquerque, N. M- JACK LOUDON Kansas Univ. lB.S.D Medford, Okla. Xi Psi Phi Lincoln, Nebr. ROY D. MANNING WM. M. MARSCHNER Westminster Col. lB.A.J Westmont, lll. 1. ' l Denver Univ. lB.A.J Delta Sigma Delta Denver, Colo. gf xt M ag, ' n-f ...,u,, 71 L . fi .Q- 5 U Y ix an i . ff ,,?5'v'v fl , Wd, ,.. . 1Lj"Q . .Mx-ua , Draw: f -H 1 V Pi " -vw X 1 X PQ: J. f 1 .1 .V A 2 , 'X H ' 7 .. ' 9- ' r'4ff'i-.wif J zftfiyzwgrfi wig 5? . 1,:55?.zp3gi gfzrzgayfag ' 'A -' "-1.1 1 S . fm f :ia C W 'PU .xx ' ii 12 ,5eifv'7 5a'f if ,. , QQ. Q in .ig 'P' I X x -...Ala .-ng. 'fi fl 'X '-Ol. ei 'Nr' :NEIL ,i :A 60: 1 .-x4 it-Sq Audigy N, . QQ? ' isa Zi Ak K v f ,l vga Q ,744 1 wg 5 GEORGE W. KARR Kansas Univ. Girard, Kans. RUBEN KIRKPATRICK Oklahoma A. 81 M. lB.S.D Delta Sigma Delta Tulsa, Okla. PAUL DEAN LAMBERT New Mexico Univ. Xi Psi Phi Albuquerque, N. M. Manif' rf,....-W . l' fn' H' Y F N121 .4 -Ji., Rh A ' 'Z fi? if 1 Z 'WMV CGW' if K is 4 . A JOHN KAZMIERSKI K. S. T. C. lB.S.l Xi Psi Phi Pittsburg, Kans. THOMAS KITTERMAN Ark. Polytech. iB.S.D Psi Omega Copan, Okla. WILLIAM LATHROP Ft. Hays Kans. State Delta Sigma Delta Norton, Kans. If Z X , 'Q SZ' D 1 "vit . 4 'uf + 'ss-ya--0' ws. . 4 JOHN J. KELLAR JERRY St. Louis U. iB.S.D Oklahoi Creighton U. lM.S.J Shav Edwards, Ill. EDWARD J. LAMB MlLTOl K. C. U. ll Delta Sigma Delta Xl Kansas City, Mo. l0 GEORGE H. LATTA BILL l Westminster College Afkf Fulton, Mo. X Sprir t. nf, 7,N ff' X ACI' "'v'i 7995. vw Y, 'Rf I ELLAR CB.S.i CM.S.i Ill. LAMB I. Delta , Mo. LATTA College tllo. .E i I K . ff i X 1 JN'-Q ,Q f " 4 F . 'ww . 6' , ' . " f Q MF' 1 . iffy I ff . 1 ,fi 5 . 6 537 I V 1.1, iQf.'2i,iQ 'Sis lX if A . m," .3 1 X ,I,,, X.. ,' ,l JERRY D. MARSHALL Oklahoma Univ. CB.S.J Shawnee, Okla. MILTON L. MCCLAY K. C. U. Xi Psi Phi lola, Kans. BILL MCLAUGHLIN Arkansas Univ. Xi Psi Phi Springdale, Ark. JOHN R. MASSEY Kansas State CB.S.J Xi Psi Phi Lenexa, Kans. HARRY MCFARLAND Kansas Univ. CA.B.J Mission, Kans. ROBERT MCPHERSON New Mexico Univ. Xi Psi Phi Roswell, N. M. 'ares PM LAWRENCE A. MAYER Kansas Univ. Xi Psi Phi Kansas City, Kans. JAMES F. MCKINNEY K. C. U. iB.S.D Xi Psi Phi Edwardsville, Kans. ALBERT J. MUNK Utah State College Smithfield, Utah FRESHMAN PAUL S. OBATAKE Hawaii Univ. CB.S.D Delta Sigma Delta Honolulu, Hawaii EUGENE PETERSON K. C. U. CB.A.J Xi Psi Phi Kansas City, Mo. ARTHUR R. RODY Tulsa Univ. iB.S.D Delta Sigma Delta Tulsa, Okla. GUSTAVO J. ORTIZ Ft. Hays Kans. State Delta Sigma Delta Goodland, Kans. MICHAEL G. PTACEK Kansas State CB.S.J Delta Sigma Delta Kansas City, Kans. WILLIAM ROEHLING K. S. T. C. Delta Sigma Delta Joplin, Mo. CLYDE W. PAYNE K. S. T. C. Xi Psi Phi Fort Scott, Kans. W. RUSSELL RIGGS Arkansas Univ. Xi Psi Phi Rogers, Ark. RICHARD L. ROGERS Kansas State CB.S.7 Delta Sigma Delta Luray, Kans. we ivan is A X it SO' HFUNQ 4 .1-J A f-4... mfs., "W"-nu-Q V 1 in 5,5 wg, if 'VNV 'ifagfhewva-A uw, ,, saw , t ' 1 aff" - -.1257 t t .A 'Z .. ' 0011 'B " f u . gg , M I , he :git a lu lg' :- 85 rf., ff. avr. v y ,J X ' gwaaffffrtf -. . . . f 1 ,M t 4: S ijt. A gif. Q.. .M . .. i wccifliix if X FRESHMAN SAM NORVELL SLOAN Ark. Univ. cas., B.A.J Delta Sigma Delta Claremore, Okla. H. L. STANTON S.W. Missouri State Buffalo, Mo. FORREST TENNANT Arkansas Univ. lB.S.j WILLIAM E. SMITH Washburn Univ. Delta Sigma Delta I Hartford, Kans. DAVID M. STEVENS K. C. U. lB.S.J Wichita, Kans. GLADE TREGASKIS Brigham Young U. lB.S.l Xi Psi Phi American Fork, Utah Lincoln, Ark. HW, K. X V! f ,il 'Q' f' 'f wk J r jf ' .' 1 ' e I if Q 5.9.4 ,i J ' .Ai ' ' ...viii ,. :43?'ik?" ' , 33? ,fix - ' x 1 'mis Sgiifgtb sg-mr.: I .I .11-g.L.,,,,',,. , 3.'hf., ,k,. JN, . if . Qvizlfciztif' 'T J - Z ri., ?:5,7j.Vg.5,l1ff, , 31135 6, 331 ' . 5 5' Q , 'Q iv-f il -49" ,. R, Q s W 5 'A-i s , . ,Q-n-I' Str i J 12" ANTON SOLDAN-ELS K. C. U. C55-5 Xi Psi Phi Kansas City, MO- FRANK K. TANAKA Hawaii Univ. Delta Sigma Delta Honolulu, Hawaii FRANK M. WALLACE Union College fB.A.D Portland, Ore. K. Z, , . f 1 J.. big' 1 lu j' l 'N-4.-.. .4 15 .-5 A 1. iii . l N. J ' wp' K ' 0' '14 A . l I - I ,f 1 I A V Q r- fri 1' i . gr f , rn 599' A ,, R ,Q r i X ...tl 7 f my K' 5-. If '79 2... , H nf, h 4 4. i X S l L A QW: ' 1 . . Z4 L Tir' f 'Qs , - f' ff' Q ff.. .21 'M '44 f . .5g5i55xx.., .1 I fy 551321 Ya ' .gi 'fiwlifgffi-. JW? ,J Ks ff3'5i'5i'?p .. .. . .... 'S 4zfifiii5.1.ff:,f . ?B2'2vE1:5Ef:55: 1. LOUIS A. ROWE Tulsa Univ. Delta Sigma Delta Tulsa, Okla. GLEN W. SARGENT Utah State fB.S., M.S.J Coalville, Utah SIDNEY WM. SCORSE K. S. T. C. Xi Psi Phi JACK M. RUDD Kansas Univ. Xi Psi Phi Wellington, Kans. JAMES W. SCHATZ S.W. Missouri State Delta Sigma Delta Billings, Mo. LARRY E. SHELTON S.W. Okla. State CB.S.J Delta Sigma Delta 'fa-J . i "W--sf -l0Pl'n, Mo. Tulsa, Okla. 1 J. .H Q . s ' 1 X K E Q If X. S- I f s N' Q' 0 X 59 1 A ' fbi... I 31135 rf BZ wif 'Q "-. fr . .'2"f I fi' 1-S351 .,1'.".ig Aw"..,.'. A Kilgfjif 86 Na" Q'-'rv Q41- xw 2, 'K .N , f f . I X 4-fa I . - Zim' JOHN B. RYAN Central State, Okla. Norman, Okla. DONALD R. SCHOECH Kansas Univ. Delta Sigma Delta Ellis, Kans. CHARLES S. SIPPY N.E. Okla. State .lB.S.J Delta Sigma Delta Vinita, Okla. f' -ni-A DALE D. WATTS Rockhurst College CB.S.l Xi Psi Phi Kansas City, Mo. THOMAS E. WELCH Kansas Univ. IB.A.J Delta Sigma Delta Topeka, Kans. EUGENE R. WELLS Wichita Univ. IA.B.J Hutchinson, Kans. ARNOLD WILLIAMS Hendrix College fB.A.l Xi Psi Phi Sheridan, Ark. ARTHUR WILLIAMS K. C. U. Seattle, Wash. MAURICE WILLIAMS K. C. U. IB.S.J Xi Psi Phi Kansas City, Mo. JOHN W. WITTROCK Kansas State CB.S.l Bonner Springs, Kans. EUGENE H. WRAY Utah Univ. IB.S.l Pocatello, Idaho fi. fl wk V DOYLE B. WRIGHT DONALD YOSHIZUMI TIMMIE J YOUREE Ouachita College IBSD Hawaii UNIV IB Sl Oklahoma A 8. M Xi Psi Phi Honolulu Hawaii Psi Ome9a Bauxite, Ark. Duncan Okla PATSY ANN ABSHIER MARY ANN CLAYTON I NANCY CREBO DENTAL HYGIENE 'iwkiiii STUDENTS jpfft 2,5 MARILYN DEAN PATTON A255779 fr: NATALIE THOMAS .,'1v':'1i LORETTA TQRCHIA -'JY-7,-:fin 1'-e':a."' Trl?-'1'5.. . 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JAMES HUMPHREY Phi Delta Phi Kansas City, Mo. if S .Cafw-Wff ,WY to-fr-. -.ll ZW ' A fr f il 2, , I, 1 1 , , ii t Q ' iff! , 4 4 l i ,W ,A Q ' , ' i.. 1 f ' ., -A 7 1 n V W , J ,si . i , 4 2 ' is Q l 1 . si , A i R X A l As. ,ew , f 3 , ' 2 X 2 j fhfllj I W itmailfff' i P PM I 53 I 3 22' 5 , fi A3 M' P w s 2 5 ' 2 A ,1 QSO: .ts Q I 1. ,-I .i,w Sf ff N www ,,,, , A QW CAROLINE ALBERICI Kansas City, Mo. MORRIS DUNCAN Kansas City, Mo. THOMAS COCHRAN Phi Delta Phi Joplin, Mo. ROBERT L. BEVAN Delta Theta Phi Kansas City, Mo. D. L. CHAPMAN Little Rock, Ark. PAUL COFFMAN Phi Alpha Delta Kansas City, Mo. A fy Q2 51. ' l , F, 'V X ,667 ,,,,.,..,, 3 it ,av JOE CARESIO RUSSEl Phi Alpha Delta Ph Kansas City, Mo. Kans JOHN COCHRAN El-DI Merriam, Kans. Delt- Kans. ROBERT COOK FRAIN Phi Delta Phi Kans Kansas City, Mo. - ,,!,,.,....,.L -mf., "M-Ji' 4 2 ? 5 5 .1 3 3 ? 33 , 5 i A, i i, IN 1 J l Y f f f 2 mill E. L. SIMMONS Phi Delta Phi Kansas City, Mo EARL TAYLOR Kansas City, Mo GENE TERRY Kansas City, Mo. .W il it X N f' 3' FN f W I - "M 4,1-lx gf fr: WARREN WILLIAMS Independence, Mo. EDWARD WURDACK Phi Alpha Delta Kansas City, Mo. SENIOR BRADLEY STEPHEN Kansas City, Mo. KENNETH TAYLOR Delta Theta Phi Independence, Mo. HERBERT WALTON Phi Alpha Delta Olathe, Kans. T 'ln ly lt -1'+'f'4f i JAMES STIGALL Phi Delta Phi Hickman Mills, Mo. EUNICE O. TRAPP Kappa Beta Pi Overland Park, Kans. DAN WEINER St. Louis, Mo. T' Y s ,. GQ -IV' ,ii y . R iv 9 tl ff " , I I ,Q l we W l "" .A- ovf 5-vs I 'Ni -.,. .N I I X RK NVQ I NN c ,iw 1 ga "fe . J 'C' N X Q f 'fi iq mf' dl?" gl A 535.1 'rl - gn-4 Q -wt' .rf tfprfk S Qi' r-dz' ,gif " .- 5 . J, T -'5""ff' T' .lj Q el , I , . ,-1. ' fffgr 1 l 0 I, 'K 13 9 Q """"'Q P T 'V-'T I . 5 ,I I fl Q lf' X GEORGE MORGAN Hickman Mills, Mo. RICHARD L. REID Kansas City, Kans. NORMAN SANDERS Kansas City, Mo. We ' LEO J. MORONEY Phi Delta Phi Kansas City, Kans. WILLIAM ROBBINS Mission, Kans. NORMAN SANDERS Kansas City, Mo. LEE WELLS Phi Alpha Delta Kansas City, Mo. JOHN RASSE Marshall, Mo. KENNETH ROCK Phi Delta Phi Overland Park, Kans. CARL SCHREIBER Kansas City, Mo. DONALD WILLIAMS Kansas City, Mo. y , J'- 3. ' -5 4 Vi rx yi? ' 5 it 1576 it N as f ' N9 v 1 ., . S X 'X X +2 s RICHA Kar Rli Ph Kal CAF Kar lil' 'ma fx., 2 ' wtf : E! Nvfy QQ fgvfffh' nf. ' 9 s"T' S fn 1 - VN! F. Q, -vw an hiss x-XX 1- aviffia 1- ---' 'L X 1 . g ' . . , y L, ,R - . , ',,' Q a, ' Jia. X 15,3 T. L fs 5 P N 2 ...uit-1 .:sf wad Mwsk fi' Qi V Q , , ' X .g ' 'Y . 1' Eg:-af, ' , f T .ss -Nu' . gag.: .5 f f .1 QA in I :S ,iff 44 ,, ft- ,nfyw 5, ' X 5574 .nl t " lg! 1' . 41 1 ff .7 ' fs 12 -- V E YZ! K E D. ROCK Phi lc, Kans. EIBER f, Mo. lLLlAMS y, Mo. fflimi x if . 1 it L , RICHARD C. ANTHONY Kansas City, Mo. RICHARD COLE Phi Alpha Delta Kansas City, Mo. CARL A. GANGEL Kansas City, Mo. EDWARD BELAN, JR Phi Delta Phi Kansas City, Kans. CHARLES A. DIXON Phi Delta Phi Kansas City, Kans. ALFRED HARDY Phi Alpha Delta Kansas City, Mo. DON CARR Kansas City, Mo. ROBERT M. FOX Phi Delta Phi Kansas City, Mo. SHELBY HIGHSMITH Phi Alpha Delta Jacksonville, Fla. Lib.. STUART Z. HIRSCHMAN Phi Alpha Delta Kansas City, Mo. F. G. KANCEL Phi Delta Phi Kansas City, Kans. JOSEPH KOSTELAC, JR. Phi Delta Phi Kansas City, Kans. v. QWWUR its J f ' f RX J V-. - ff I X W Al 5,4 fy an, 'J if . ' , J ai EDWARD JONES Kansas City, Mo. ARTHUR KATZ Phi Alpha Delta Kansas City, Mo. HUGH NUGENT Kansas City, Mo. WALTER J. JONES, JR Phi Delta Phi Kansas City, Mo. JOHN KELLEY Phi Delta Phi Grandview, Mo. ALFRED REED Delta Theta Phi Kansas City, Kans N. C s. ,,. .. M N ' . 8 .' ft, Qzfw "' Q 3 .S r X S M 5 '7 7 X ' L if S .. tg N 92 nf tear. s f . yv .3 Qs P . X X Q 2' A 5 X. XM, N. .F L X , W , I I ' .J L iss? Q, f 6' . M. ., , 1 J fi gs Timm "x5'H'f r -Z ww ty, ,aww , . H Q 91 f 'f '3 an f J 5-4 vt, A, if L fx- r'. f ,J -W WW- , , J f ,X 312, I C ,ll I s A l ,, if lx ' , me "" 1 l --f as JUNIOR ANTHONY SCUDIERO Kansas City, Mo. STANLEY D. SLAGG Kansas City, Mo. ROBERT SMITH Phi Delta Phi Kansas City, Mo. JAMES SPURGEON Phi Delta Phi Kansas City, Mo. DAVID TANQUARY Kansas City, Mo. JOHN J. VOGELGESAG Phi Alpha Delta Kansas City, Mo. RICHARD DEXTER Kansas City, Mo. 'WR' LAWRENCE GEPPFORD Kansas City, Mo. MN- T 2 ,Lf ,.,. V K 'fy U 'Go-I X, ALLAN MORROW Lee's Summit, Mo. A 7 4 W G ""vuun4v VINCENT O'HALLO-RAN Phi Alpha Delta Kansas City, Mo. DONALD SCHAUMBURG ' Fairway, Kans. V.-.fd - ARTHUR STEPHENSON Phi Delta Phi Kansas City, Mo. SOPHOMORE S. f' ff" 5 MORTON GLAZER RICHARD GRAULICH BERNARD HALEY Leawood, Kans. DON HINCHMAN Kansas City, Mo. Phi Delta Phi Kansas City, Mo. ROBERT JONES Phi Delta Phi Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. MORRIS KROSS Kansas City, Mo. I - -rn I -I . ...H , iq' :F 'i I 1 X , H , 9 W , Q , f .2 -A .. ' 1 ,H B4 ,wat wa .q,.,,.-1 E f I I 1 - A 'vi gi ' .... hx I -,, ,M V M., Y .5 37 .2, I I I l f I , .fr 5 Geisha E- is W j f P-ff, i I , f Nr' fl xv- ,--if S 'ri ' I in '4 - I 'Fw Q, 'W f I r f tg ,W j I' 'AM F! W B. Jef' JOE BRENNAN RICHARD BRODBECK Grandview, MQ, Delta Theta Phi Oregon, Mo. JOHN CARDWELL JOSEPH CONA Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. CHARLES FLEMING ROGER C. GALLUP Phi Delta Phi Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Kans. JOHN LAWSON EARL LONG MALCOLM MAGERS Kansas City, Mo. Topeka, Kans. Mission, Kans. ia 1 K nw- P' xwffrff' Q t Q ,K all 1 'M rw If - an F I ' I -in f Q , if ' XX ' RALPH BRENIZER I I 21' Prairie Village, Kans. X I at . s NN P f it it ' ei, JEROME BURKE I" 1 . an -, I Kansas Cnty, Mo. A x ' Q. NVQ- 1 'mp 1 II KJ' - V X-1. -1" - Q-M" X 'Q N Q it , j f ROBERT CRUMLEY J ' y if 1' "" Prairie Village, Kans. X 'SNP' I I I .ly Rf. my in" 'lf y g Dax 'B-L f I .1 . L., I f XE 3, I 1 'fr 'ST' Af:-T 'K 5 I it 4: Et.. A 1 X, 'sf' as-f , X' .44 ... ...wt It it Y A Wl Over PHIL F Kal Ka I. .fits C, , si X, is - ff l . ,. f I f ' " V5 'J-1? M .ffl If F5 ' ,N ' P f' ' I '- , ls "WL-v .MN .4- I 2 ig, f -'B+ 'L 'fi' 1' is:-, frj I ,,,, P, .W , S I 'U' SKK I - .-124 4 ef I I ' f I 2, 3, ,. 'Q , I' X ' wel 2 V' ODBECK ff , xstf I W I 1 , ,.,. . X Q , , WILLIAM MARSH a Phi Overland Park, Kans. Mo. .ONA PHILLIP MCINERNEY y, Mo. Phi Delta Phi Kansas City, Mo. SALLUP S. F. MUDD Y, Mo Kansas City, Mo. XX. J, ,, ffm 'Q---I, . gd f-ff , ,,.-. 'ff- y ga ff ,........ ' X ,fam ag N , , ,,,,x.:.vQ',,f:--- 4, f f, ff Q V fm' ' It I I WILLIAM MAUER Delta Theta Phi Kansas City, Mo. EDWARD J. MCSHANE Kansas City, Mo. WILLIAM MULLINS Kansas City, Kans. . 'xii' f , N. ,P in a ,A-f '55 1 "V , I f i eg' V Q 'X 'J X!! QW V I ,, ..,. , Wa ,QTY ,2s"' f' 4 , , BRUCE MCFERRIN Delta Theta Phi Kansas City, Mo. PATRICK MQNAHAN Kansas City, Mo. THAD NUGENT Kansas City, Mo. DON WILLSON Mission, Kans. JACK WOLF Kansas City, M0- W gs ,, FRESHMAN WAYNE PHILLIPS Phi Delta Phi Bonner Springs, Kans ROBERT L. RODARTE Kansas City, Mo. BLAINE STRADER Kansas City, Mo. i . XI, If 1 5' . ,av-" Us ' ,V I , , if ., N, 'gf ,f ., ,, I, ff I l N, -w.......4 -an -2 W' W 'Wg' I fe I C Z ! Q ,.q, , 1 5 4 Z CHARLES PORTWOOD MARVIN RAINEY Mission, Kans. VDEAN SHIPLEY Independence, Mo. RICHARD SUNDEEN Delta Theta Phi Kansas City, Mo. X , 17 ti 'uhh' ' HMS ,jf I X5 ff ,ff 5 nfs, an-ox ,Q +, 'JW 51 'f 'W' ghw f i, I 2 Overland Park, Ka ns CARLTON SMITH Kansas City, Mo. JANE THOMPSON Kansas City, Mo. x, . 1 'sf' f M ' ' ,Is as , fauna ing 5 fa , "' 'M X 1 41 , 7. ! My 1' 99 C? .- 41 ,r Y al' QQ rs 4 1 7' 54 gh, -.g5s'.l.,. ....,-- ' 4 . - v 5. sv ' Q. 1 . -ff fa W 'V , , jg, 'V mg 444 '23 ,Y Q ff JA' HQ 'iffy , x WZ' 44' -1.:,x iw ' 212' v ,, ff ' in if R TE' f5?y?"i1?pf is V: x , Xjfaf' , ,,f ,. I , M s ' .. 1i 7 ,'fVf Q' 4 'y H235 , - wifi' ff' 1 I xg, fu F u 3 Q if ' ff , 'Cd I R , I I Qs, 'aw " , we iw , QS! ,. if 'fav an SAMUEL ANDERSON Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. SUSAN BARTUSCH Arts and Sciences St. Paul, Minn. HUGH BETHARDS Arts and Science R M r' XR H , I 'NH ' K A f" t-"'l' VY ' . 'Q 4 , W W-,,,f. 1, l t' X. i .,,, ,,,,,.,,v s Z 'A ,, i Nix' A 3 il! .1 M SHIRLEY ANDERSON Education Cho Chin Kansas City, Mo. ROBERT BAUGHMAN Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. JOANNE BONO Arts and Sciences S N N 1 , , , , F I ., , sr in I X N' -' i .' ., . - W ,, , . 6 K, jf' X f t X ji' , 5 X QV xy in Z? 4 "I ' 5 sg X ,f ,X X 'sis N ' i Sari? WIW, Nina ROBERT BALDWIN Business Kansas City, Mo. BARBARA BEDELL Education Kansas City, Mo. MAR LENE BOTWIN Education SENIOR BILL BRADY Business Delta Chi Los Angeles, Calif CAL CAULFIELD Business Gainesville, Texas BEVERLY CORDRY Arts and Science Graduate La Crosse, Wis. wk 'Nat 'ff ,- ,sl WT i, f 'K' 1? f! 4 N 1 BARBARA CARTER Arts and Science Cho Chin Kansas City, Mo. BETTY CHAMBERLIN Education Kansas City, Mo. CLAYTON D. CARTER Pharmacy Kansas City, Mo. JOANN CHAMBERLIN Education Beta Zeta Kansas City, Mo. VIRGINIA CRISPIN ALBERT CROSS Arts and Sciences Pharmacy Lee's Summit, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. -x' X X , If l g ft i X 3 fi X R Q f I f Chillicothe, Mo. Sigma Beta Kansas City, Mo. . ,W fa-ng, Kansas City, Mo. 4 in tw 111' 'W' V 1' X , 5' I' AJ i ff' I "' f' I ff ,if X i"- ,. A T A A I, f"MQ W' f , , I I, ..,. I' 2 ff -riff , X ,i,, ,tiff J ,ff uf K ,H ' ' ji - - iw X ff "l' S 1 ,wi I f If f 4 M,f , X ff! , A an W I 0 A 'ff J I I I f , If fly, , I M ,l i fi, ffm 'full' Wm if ,f ff' - ff.. iw M f' . f' ff T M- if , f A ff ,,f'fla4'MQy, .- A W ff! l f, M' H X, .ffjk 4' I ' ,if - M' ,tag gggfrggy 'ii if: -wir' 51, A JOHN HENDERSON Business Delta Chi Kansas City, Mo. RUSSELL JACOBSON Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. HAROLD KEAY Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. 'sm' Q37 I 'Nz swf V 4 . A I 'Q f lgffc I N I-4 ,.5, . , 1 'Q' ,wif '.,,,,,i.a - 1'-tiZ':A ff, l ' .'e mil? H4 . A' 1. J. J iffnu, Ttgqcilfs ,Tv 3 X . , f-, J."1s,..V R if??5!fw!z'i1W?"' 'f -' -fl sl. i . If ai I, ' HL- 'I "fb " 15" -5 x ' ' ravi: Q" :XA nb: UQQA' 4 ,.',. V'-Ag . - - 1 fa -'L I 'ij' iv. fs.-I,11'i 'dl' ia" ?:",".,.iiJy5J'i" 'Q . '54, :Ha . ,4,,A.:,L1',-fljiy I , iw , 1 7' " '-:H I 'c."'. ' ,-'T -j ,N-7 'Lge' "xii, I ?' -'S ,g.'g5,., -, ILT. 1 . --'- .. 'Z iifli-. 'f'i.-- -- SENIOR KUO CHUAN HUANG Pharmacy Chagnanes, Trinidad MICHAEL JEWELER Business Kansas City, Mo. WILLIAM KELLSTROM Pharmacy Kansas City, Mo. .,4j" ' 0-dbg . N, ,. , -I - 4,2 sa t .' , X 4 xx , xckvx ,t 'fi , , 4 X 'iv YK? W 1 fi 55,3 A ' Qc Mx eg I A I 1 J ' 4 'Wm WILBUR HUGHART Business Kansas City, Mo. RON JOHNSON Arts and Sciences jf' f-0 ,'x" . .Ma I+. I ' rv S ,, L, , ,, if I . .1 "wi I I X l I ' Ti l ,f - ,.., , I f yr , ff' -'vm x -4 "ff, ' "vain hun, Kansas City, MO- ,J fiffff ff y , ,.., BETTY KERN 4-YH 4 Arts and Science 1, 'Z' Beta Zeta I Kansas City, Mo. , ' 2, ' I I l wi v ? 'yi W 1 T .42 ' i 37 'T I ' WILLIAM DALY LOWELL ERICKSON hw Pharm c Art d Sc' nce y I, a y s an ie s 'mf ' Huron, Kans. Delta Chi Kansas City, Mo. l ROBERT FRANCO JON FULTS Arts and Science Education Tau Kappa Epsilon Kansas City, Mo. A.. L.- , l-N'b -A Wqnsu S3-2? "T.",1' Q' 15-it , f 55 All wi .F fc Bridgeport, Conn. BEVERLY GOODBRAKE JOHN HARDMAN Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Sigma Beta Overland Park, Kans. Kansas City, Mo. . an ' 'Ji IAKWJ - 1' 3. I . Q W, K gfts.. wi 'CSV ' N, 1. ' 695 tr ml ff .a,.,,44 ffwyw' 4 'I iff ll RICHARD FISCHER Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. RUTH GILCHRIST Education Kansas City, Mo. JIM HAUGH Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. Ki M . 4- ' I f . Tvs gl: NJIJ una., " 13, TH Ke VIRG At Ka K. ,J LOTHAR KRAUSE Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. FRANK LETSON Arts and Science Kansas City, Kans. JUNE MARTIN Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. Ver. s ---.. . . 5. ...,.,,,g Q ty i N 2 A as eee, 'fsfaf K YC ,ms . cssc .s A A '- 'QQSSQA ...Q L si get me I , , 'Vi TY BE Wt' . 5 .gi gyzxit at ' 'ef Q -f X L- cis: . x :Lil sv swag, 4, 5 515' , ,xo 15 J in A sg X! , L. x A 1:1 ' X 5 ,Piss 'aww . ,ff Ls as I Mi f L. ' f ' 1' Q gals -ag.. ' egg xii T L AL., Si,-5. Q X ,X -L ,, fi A C -as ggi' N L s s -45 c 5-1 QW ' , ,fliic ss X f ,V Q sv s0, 4'f+5,ff., L cs. gf I L ' 175 . 1 ss 5 ,L SENIOR TED MILLER Pharmacy Kansas City, Mo. HERBERT OEKNIGH Arts and Sciences Tau Kappa Epsilon Rushland, Penn. JOHN PERRY Business Delta Chi Kansas City, Mo. W . mas. M, if , We , W i fs fy if ,n, sf, W , TESS MILLER Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. PHYLLIS OLIVE Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. SYLVIA POE Education Sigma Beta Kansas City, Mo. fc, Ni VMS' Nix V ,QM use -1 Lge? :QQ 'L' r ,,c..,, , EDWIN MUCKENTHALER Pharmacy Paxiro, Kans. BLAINE PENNING-TON Arts and Sciences Iola, Kans. DONALD PRICE Pharmacy Piedmont, W. Va. - -. XQ 1 L f -f 'Sf ff ' ,7 ff, ,sz It We , , , , , 1 'r"'f' 1, 430 V A2 an "-737' ,W 'bf , L ff. 'W , Q ., f Ay, A, ,h i . ,, L f , 1' N. ' , K MW, Y " Z.. , gg 5 f V' XA f 1 X J , """l gn, IV 'WI f T 150' in I 2' 'Q ,fr ,ff A 'Tir S- 1 1 gl fa" I ' .,,,.,' Q7 ' P1 , 3 ... Mgt i X I ,gg T at 3 4' t I ' t 'gr , I sg it , ,Em : N is I. 2 it f 1 ' I , E - N' Ni A X .I 'W-Q-A in :T V' v ' " ' is M.,- .. , I f 4 ,,. -J' T ' ' A ,i . I H133 fe ig A gc .5 Hg. . 3 ' ass-.-.' sf, ggwy, Q 1 . gf? . E I i I I I i E i I EDWARD REIDER Arts and Sciences Brentwood, Mo. DEBORAH SHURE Education Kansas City, Mo. THOMAS SIMS Business Kansas City, Mo. ERNEST SJOBLOM Pharmacy Kansas City, Mo. BARBARA SMITH Education Kansas City, Mo. RICHARD SMITH Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. JOE STEVENS Business Delta Chi Kansas City, Mo. RICHARD STIPE Business Kansas City, Mo. SENIOR .sf M SHARON TovvNsEND Education A Kansas City, Mo. Mui ' gf ,sity ,OJ , Qy ""'-sf . SOLOMON TURNER Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. ROBERT WALLER Arts and Sciences Tau Kappa Epsilon Kansas City, Mo, f va? f' MARGARET WINDMULLER Qi Business 3 cw - as Kansas City, Mo. I DI A Ta I I R C I 7 : UZ' , -4- :sq 104 ,ini -', """'vs,. Q li 1 1 E I1 ,ai fir AR, L A,-44 -is pg, , 'Half I -ASQ at s J ' 4 , 75 ' if 2 " ff? f . f ,,,,......- 1 , fi .ef f ,ff in ll l X? Riff C 4, ' rf. ff-ff, .. g ' ' !i:,1 B 7, f df , WW? Qi as Q-'J 'f9',f a,,,,, is L, 4 , , ff v Q' ,rggyyw ,:!,,,, W l ' 'S' .Y Q asf , fy ', W 729 4: 24, f affs' 1:2 '4 ,MU . , f 515- f DON BRACKHAHN Arts and Sciences Tau Kappa Epsilon Kansas City, Mo. ALLEN HUME Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. RONALD JOHNSON Business Kansas City, Mo. I X ,X , 1 , X 1 7 , , 1 W 4 E, xx is 3 Q if A at' , is sf C L , . 'ni V ,Mr W ,V ffl, N, L f ,0W,,f f , if O f .. .Y,..-,, . X Fil fm' A N fig ,,, A4 X , Ai I I 5 f Eff'-s ffl , W- W ? 'M 1' RONNIE BELZER BONNIE HOLEMAN Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. RONALD HUSTED Business Kansas City, Mo. LOIS LAGE Arts and Sciences Hickman Mills, Mo. Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. JOANN JOHNSON Pharmacy Sigma Beta Kansas City, Mo, DON LOHOEFNER Arts and Sciences Mission, Kans. ROSEMARY LYTLE Education Sigma Beta North Kansas City, Mo. MYRNA MCQUEARY Arts and Sciences Sigma Beta Kansas City, Mo. NINA PAYTON Education Nashua, Mo. wal Sc if A f Www, ,, f , 4, My , x f tx if QW E ,f M91 X 1 "lf V' 5 ,Hi 2 is 'Wu , I ffl f DOROTHY MCCREARY ANTHONY MCGRATH Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. CHARLES MULIK Pharmacy Delta Chi Kansas City, Kans. RICHARD SAEGER it Business Kansas City, Mo. Pharmacy Kansas City, Mo. RONALD L. OSBERN Arts and Science Kansas City, Kansas SARAH SAPPINGTON Arts and Sciences Cho Chin Kansas City, Mo. in 40' I 0 nl N ,l fs . IZ 5 . V ,, Q K Y 2 i...k ,f X , ,ft 4 - ff C A 1 Za D fi in 1' if AVS, , ,,,,,, MW 1,84 fl k A X ' 2 W7- fzi I W H' lv . 1 L l 'N' P Mx,-N 5 X 0 K it Q g 'F 2 , 105 ,ra .iw "i 1 A sf' ,gy 5'1" ' .ff --0' .X E Q , rf li Q . .,"'liil,i2f Z4 an 17 H its T, I I .I V -wi W. jc L., xii kszififlffi. -, J-v N . . ,- :ff , v f v K, W -ar- WH- 1 1 I l 7 l ll L iv l ff? is-ff iv if ,gs , Y fx 1 , . I 4' Vi, if "im ,gs J is , 'TI' fig "1 I ,nfl Xi' V Q FU N Y' M Af I 11-"IV , F' , 1' ' as 'Jil' '15 'TIP ' ' S' - ' S 1 If , . xi tb? ' . 7' -.33 f',f,L, up ., W 1 if 62.5 J gif., Ay: ff 4'2 ,,f,, .' V. 351.592 - f- 1- qfw ' Jia' 'f,,.JYf:T3 Z, I .A nffa: 1 gQ""Yfa?f. w2K3k?! ,750-wg. w.ff'fs.,-,:,r, f-Pifw, 4' -A 3-12: X-K-Kgs' ' ,101-. 1 . swffgf' 4. 'Ziff , -X xl ,Agfa iff ' I I 1 'Or I' JUNIOR HRATCH SARIAN Pharmacy Philadelphia, Penn- LESLIE SHORT Arts and Science North Kansas City BEN SPARKS Arts and Sciences Tau Kappa EpSilOF1 Mission, Kans. JEFFERSON SUMMERS Business Kansas City, Mo. WILLIAM TILLOTSON Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. DON TURRENTINE Business Tau Kappa Epsilon Kansas City, Mo. JOLEEN WATTS Education Kansas City, Mo. SAMMY WHITEHORN Arts and Science Diamond, Mo. PAUL WREN Business Tau Kappa Epsilon Kansas City, Mo. DAVE YAHNIG Education Independence, Mo. 'K is 4, -1 1 f l 1' GQ 'x 1. ill 1 ' X X A A 6' a DAN SF GL Arts Kar LUK Ar' Ka DN f , 'Q it , S.: it a 'i':3',ga. No, I MS'-"fix P in ff 1 E 77.1 ,-t"'?+x V- , 1' .ff , V .. jiiG,:QiJ,- 5,1 ,dy M6 J gs- ,w -. 5.fa,f!"f,-, , . , A C S3 E uric-ff L Af ,L ,,":f1'-'zyfsii-i?"". Ts.-' 'I ' A 1 ' ,sn ' ww- I , 5 X, -s Q 2. zgaf - '- A 3 5 rf., ,, yw1.7.:tf,:m ,sms X V w ftegbg4'J1f - 'b,r,cf,w'.s f atv 1 ff, . , , -, fa was-ss E X fu nan-,',,, . 4 5' . , S sf' fx. as ffz.Q.'--1f',-E'fj','f 'ty.5,Lffll-lftfp ti- T alas is ,li V, . b, M I lik f 'ij fs i 'Zta J 1 1 li f fl ip , . ,,v, li'-W B L innn J 1f ,, A e t DAVID ALEXANDER JAMES BOWEN Pharmacy Arts and Science Springfield, Mo. GLEN BRIDGES Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. LUCILLE COMPERE Arts and Sciences Cho Chin Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. DEE CAMPBELL Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. JOANN CONWAY Arts and Sciences Cho Chin Hickman Mills, Mo C. 'Wo-y , .5-' "ks . ,fwgjswi fa rims' l g Nd Y X "':"'7447 A A f s. ,QV , 'U I sf 1. f pi Rig, I iff A ,ff 'claw , 5 Q gif' Q ,.. JIM BOYER Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. HOWARD CHASE Arts and Science Maryville, Mo. CAROLYN DICKSON Pharmacy Milan, Mo. 4 l l GWINN DILLSAVER Pharmacy Bartlesville, Ok. JAMES FERGUSON Arts and Science Tau Kappa Epsilon Kansas City, Mo. ROBERT GlARRAPUTO Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. f' ix . 'ZIV' 13 ,f f I ir' f .. 1 1 BARBARA DRAFFEN SHERRY ESTEY Arts and Sciences Sigma Beta Kansas City, Mo. DEBRA FLEIDER Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. JOHN GREEN Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. MELVYN FREED Arts and Science Alpha.Epsilon Pi Kansas City, Mo. JOE GREGG Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. . X V M, W 32 i ,S 4 ,, 434' X ,,,, , V f , W1 .1 "ff 6 L , ,ff V . 4 K f, .W , I 2 Ig: V , If ' Q v 4I J 'tii ' I :vw A Q? "' 'TGC 72 ai, ,sri IV f I 5 1 V1 :zz ' 4 9,2 , 16? l! Eg, .H- ucv Q TQ SOPHOMCRE CLAUDIA MIMS Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. ROY PAQUEZ Pharmacy Kansas City, Mo. NANCY RICKETSON Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. . ,hh ' Q ,, 1 -il' N, i 1,4223 Y i I kgs? sq, i L 108 ROBERT MULLOY Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. JOHN POKORNY Pharmacy LaCrosse, Kans. HOWARD ROBERTS Pharmacy Rome, Mo. , m ,',, ff, t 3 jd M ,Mt " f r A " 'Y E X .T ,l . In , X . wx, tr, . 'w . , ,I 'so . Ms., ,I k "-Q 'Q I I ,, gait, 31 LINDA O DELL V Arts and Sciences , ,V Sigma Beta t 1,1 Q Kansas City, Mo. - K A, ff 11:27 I JOHN RYNARD T' Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. CYNTHIA ROGERS Arts and Sciences Sigma Beta K 3 Prairie Village, Kans. f' IV? Mt f ,pix AUM? 14: V -N-ti 4 NN f , ,W QM' fc , gn My h is 1' 1- , in ' . AJ , '19vs, s...zff X , ef f, 4. i4 hs ff serv S -x ,W 1 evo, 3 fly ix , ti JUNE HYATT Arts and Sciences Roeland Park, Kans. ARLENE LEFFLER Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Kans. LARRY LYNCH Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. B ,i N -L.: L will of 1 r V I " i + " ff XL., f ME-Lg, , ,, , a., 5, t 7 '1 R If ww ff' "f, J -4 y cf' 5 ,X 4 ,, S ,II 1 .w?" My EW? SANDRA KIBBEE Arts and Sciences Cho Chin Kansas City, Kans. JANICE LEONARD Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. GARY MCCOY Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. K I X, , lf 1, f 4 C? jf aku if f , I is ,I fc 5 6 'Q 5 K T SOPHOMORE BBEE ences 1 Kans. JARD ences Mo. IOY ences Mo. I is I 2. uf L11 DIAN WILSON Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. JAMES YOUNG Arts and Science Tau Kappa Epsilon Independence, Mo. Q CHARLES ZIEGLER Arts and Sciences ' Kansas City, Mo. I MARTIN SCHAEFER Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. TINA SELDEN Arts and Sciences Cho Chin Raytown, Mo. STANLEY SELIGSON Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. KATHLEEN SMITH Arts and' Sciences Sigma Beta Independence, Mo. HARRY SNYDER Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. DENA SPIELBERGER Arts and Sciences Sigma Beta Kansas City, Mo. CHARLES THOMAS Pharmacy Kansas City, Mo. MARTHA WIEDENMANN Arts and Sciences Sigma Beta Kansas City, Mo. -I my? ,W ,if f y ' f v W f as ty 5' 1 I wage 1 I , A W' is 5 N-.Z H' ff f fir? UQ. I if gh , 7 7' ff ffm sf gm I A 4 Y F sw, ,,,.,v w X fn' ,, . - , fif i t f , , fWZ?,, -- 1 , I A ff in-, .ff I it , , V 1 ff I 0 1 ' 's .9 L: f ., ,5 f f' We , , mV,W.1.. Q W ., - 'wffy .,. , Z ,Nh f , f 1 '94 1 X 'w I FRESHMAN SHARON JANE BROWN Arts and Science Kansas City, Kans. JOSEPH CAMPBELL Arts and Science Independence, Mo. JERRY JOE COLE Arts and Science Overland Park, Kans. 1 ,wx 4? W . ,vm , -.,,, l. 2 , 1 u . "Hr ' ' ""1'la X -s it lg Tig sg 4. .L if 4: New VINCENT BURGIO Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. VONNE CHUNING Research Hospital Bigdow, Mo. JERRY COLLIVER Arts and Science THERON BYNUM Pharmacy Tau Kappa Epsilon Kansas City, Kans. JACK B. CLAYTON Pharmacy Kansas City, Mo. MARILYN CONNELLY Arts and Science I -ff A rx, ,. - fi qs ' 3 -,, V' -r N. N-v 5 . T "' I -J' -4 9 A Q ti-fy v 1, .,ff'?'N Jkt? X swf- 2 7 , 3 ' AW. . ,M S 'V ras ' ff? rf'-.sr 'wi MRI is , ff- 111. 5 -1.4 NM442? '-1 .1 X. A s X . f-In 110 A. ft ij Kansas City, Mo. Sigma Beta , "1 ' Independence, Mo. iffs W, 3 8 'fv f wc , fix V, N W y .W ,s Q Q my l .t,,i. , ,Nd . .fv vi 1 , E v-f ' he t ll X ' -" , Q M' PM I f 'X il X LARRY ALLEN TOM BARROW MARILYN SUE BECK FR, AHS and Sciences Pharmacy Arts and Science A,-I Overland Pafk, Kans. Kansas City, Mo. Cho Chin Kal Independence, Mo. n -N 'I 'Y "'. it gi RALPH BEHNKE PERCY E. BENEDICT ANTHONY BENVENUTO JE, .' I Arts and Science Arts and Science Arts and Science Res 1 .5 ff V Independence, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kar 'I LINDA SUE BERTRAM ARTHUR H. BRATT JEROME R. BROWN DWA' ,,. K 5 Arts and Science Arts and Science Arts and Science Ar ,Zi Sa H62 V X Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Ka A , X, ,, I 'Q ,, Q 1 YYY' as I I X X ,qxc , tl P , N x t , , iii, I I it 4 :QS K -, ,N M , . If H N M ' . V s N, fi 42' 'ess- K 4 L ,I 'll E i r :Iv ? I , BECK ence 1 e, MO. VENUTO ence Mo. ROWN :ience , Mo. if , V .. QQ -iw' ' L I -Q 22- LMI I J XX 1 .-A-ce, 4' 4 f i ' 1 N 'aw 'lit' 9, ,, It ft -5 rv - ff I f , -Nady Y gm if si i if ff X 49. We FRANK CONNER MICHAEL CONRAD JUNIOR CREASON Arts and Science Arts and Science Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Merriam, Kansas JEAN L. CURTIS MILTON J. DAVIS SANDRA DAVIS Research Hospital Pharmacy Arts and Science Kansas City, MQ, Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. DWAYNE R. DEDMON SONDRA DENISON GENE DeVAUX Arts and Science Arts and Science Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. Beta Zeta Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. I 4 CAROL DEVINS Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. CAROL DOERR Arts and Science Sigma Beta Kansas City, Mo. CONSTANCE DUDLEY Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. K K ,MS 9, ivy I -J I I ' , X f 4 K 'ff f Q ,Q we ' Lis ' I in ' fb you .. v fy., . FRESHMAN CLYDE DICKEN Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. TRUMAN DOLLAR Arts and Science Borger, Texas WAYMON ELLEDGE Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. xi I ' fl Q, JERRY DICKSON Arts and Science Tau Kappa Epsilon Nevada, Mo. PETER DONNICI Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. ELAINE FISHER Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. I I I . if str", "Hx , V 1 rw. All ,M I , I 'I ,.,-14, fs:-1 ., 5, I , 4 1: 54, 1 S t 9 A. I f 1 f W , I If i if , gi. ,Jf:f3fj",, A' X ,, Aixffrf 1, L, N 4' ' " N J, I' Z I - mi , " ww.. wr , - 5 ,. I nf? .A ' fit' V I nfs. , , f ' Vyfitzitxsypgl'-4 1, I ,VVI ,ff f 'Z f - WW ' lf: K:-'I XA W .,., , Q ,J ex ., ' 1' 37, '- 'G Q, I x , ,, 5 ' 'iff "Q t J , 2 ,. ff". 'C+ H ,, i 4 'I .G I X ,, ,A GEORGE GOOSEY GERALD S. GORDON Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. FRED GRINER Arts and Science Salem, Ohio HARRIETT HARD Arts and Science Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. GARY GULICK Arts and Science Tau Kappa Epsilon Kansas City, Mo. SUE HARRIS Arts and Sciences Sigma Beta Sigma Beta Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Kans, ,.. l , A M if we ray 5 gg , W' 1 X xt ' 'yt . X' JF Q as V - , tl -, f -fe fe: jr .J , Tisfsw L Xxx -fitfi A , J X I SXX, ll' fx fha 5 il' N Fi ai L ' 1 5 i x ta e , Q it , lil xw.:1:Vk .V wily ,mm all we with --v ' ,. ' L NA N k c 'six X C , 'L S C K .-1 ' .ef .-S155 s X - ' -....,..c-Us x L S Q- Sit . L V-5 F: 4, 41 ' X T 'sd . A iisisi as , x f'5 on foo- 'S' f 'A O- -lf. X. 4? I fl f , it Q V' f E M ' '1 A R, .QQ I CHARLES GRIFE Arts and Science s, i f. Tau Kappa Epsilon ,,,, V 'T 'Y ' Kansas City, Mo. "' ,H '55 BEVERLY HAAG Arts and Science Sigma Beta Kansas City, Mo. LEE HART Arts and Science Independence, Mo. V f Y ' f I ' rw 1 sw? 5, sf J? 9 a 1 ii KI' was its sg mimi? Swing' 'ff X S fifisy, s 'S 'S S St X t X -- ,"""Q', ' A U A ' ". ,I !'f, f , A , Q f f 2? 1ff,,. . . tw' ' i 1 f., ,,,ZfJWif4,M,f ,,, ggi? Q ' 4, . ' -V f-t.f.f1e-5:51. f f.. I w -f i ff... Q tx., 'TIP' FLOYD GARY Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. JULIA FOWLER Arts and Science Independence, Mo KENNETH GENTRY Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. SANDRA FLUECKINGER Arts and Science Sigma Beta Kansas City, Mo. MARY FOX Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. CLYDE GILBERT Arts and Science Merriam, Kansas ,.. 1- f .,",4' 1 4.7" I ..f' Ya. h ,pads f V ,rt -.H aw' '- ...4""1 X 'li 4 L. "iris, V If ' fr! , L .25 -M F vc . , 5 , -0' iw FRANK FORRESTER Pharmacy Kansas City, Mo. GAYLE GATTS Arts and Science Sigma Beta Kansas City, Mo. SARA GILMORE Arts and Sciences Sigma Beta Kansas City, Karts. 5 a T mam 'Radio md Q 7, ff 1 T, U, . S , , it y 1 ,- 'i I JAN Art: f Kan ARNC Art lnde B ' Art Me 1 If l ! a en. 5-'iw 1 I I .3 i L, lr 14 1 QRESTER BCY ty, Mo. SATTS Science Beta ty, Mo. LMORE Sciences Beta y, Kans. W' 2 fw!TV L' n " . . flu DL! 1" 'r . , , 1 fzp4"'T!2 'l .5 ,SN-af N. f I I . .. 'ill sh, ,f , ,sa fff v ,Eg f vw JANE W. HEDGES Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. ARNOLD HEUVELMAN Arts and Science Independence, Mo. BILL HORNER Arts and Science Merriam, Kansas s ' sw 'J fl fc"-1 fri ,. X N f my xr' Q ,,,.,.4-v Q7 Y . 1 f . X '- ',su.1,.. i MSX f , t , ,, . , 1. fafifmp T ' i' ki ,L . cps A' . - X ' 'an .JC F an V x . f bm- 7' EV xf X i ,X rg . L.. ,Wim ww? 4 MZW, , 4 2 fr , i A . ufafkgi , ga ' ' f U1 f if . tx A ,, .,,,, ,v . , , Y, 1. 4' 79 - W' sl ff? 1 'f-. ., , s. ' is ' V. r 2 5. - 'Qi H f N .9 x N Q, 1 " ', . ,, yy,usn X-Q ,pw ' ,V J ink,-.ffm N' I , A -If .. "WK" W , W HARRIET HELLER Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. ROBERT HODGE Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. SYBIL HOROWITZ Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. X JO ANN HESS Arts and Science Cho Chin Kansas City, Mo. RICHARD HODGSON Pharmacy Topeka, Kansas ROBERT HUTTON Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. mf ."'Ff' s- L. . "5 . x ., THOMAS A. JACKSON Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. FRANK R. JAMISON Arts and Science Tau Kappa Epsilon Kansas City, Mo. ROBERT JOlCE Pharmacy Atchison, Kans. , f ,I Y , , xnvo- sf ,. ifnlg X f ' S Q 1 FRESHMAN JOANN JAMERSON Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. JACQUES JETT Pharmacy Chillicothe, Mo. JANICE JONES Arts and Science Sigma Beta Raytown, Mo. v ' ' 'css- ' A'M"fa-fp 1 f ,W 12 1 f 6 ,, 1 x KEITH M. JAMES Pharmacy Sibley, Mo. JERALD W. JOB Arts and Science Cleveland, Mo. JOSEPH JUEL Arts and Science Tau Kappa Epsilon Kansas City, Mo. 'w 4' N., A awww 1 , f Q f m J, g sq., , s ,W , ff .4 . ,fi 2 it nm iv- , A Z . A 5 f V 'Y X Q ,, I tv I xdgc f , 5' 2 "7 w"""' X K f 1 X 1, 4' f wx i f X L if - 2 J l -' l 2 E if --ff wil M 4 Kr: al 4-rf Z J... 113 'i..,s,L , 'Il-, , .4 "5-. 'Anas i FRESHMAN CHARLES MCAFEE Arts and Science Kansas City, Kans. JAN ALBERT MCKEE Arts and Science Mission, Kansas GLORIA MALLIN Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. ','r it is l S L -ri-3' far rig-is It 4 3 3 of Al 114 JOHN MCCLEAVE Arts and Science St. Joseph, Mo. WARREN O. MALL Arts and Science Overland Park, Kans. DONALD MANFORD Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. . 'R .,,, ,, X--A LOIS MCCLURE Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. CAROL MALLETTE Music Festus, Mo. MARGO ELLIS Arts and Science Sigma Beta Kansas City, Mo. L X- X 4 Z L c,,,.f.e' fwr , if . Y - ' av 1' , , rf " Z "I I ' 'iff ff' A , L , tmrJQ f--fm if f 1 A ., , 5- ff we - af . my f C 1 Al , ti s 'Q 1 i J fu? '5- 'HQ' ,g ..., ,MV ,,f,,,4i I , , , - :as ry! , VV f, ,f,',, , , , , .05 Q! silo 495' yr ,rx ,YN ,ty . 1, ff t a , A f 2 6 41 SUE KEYSER Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. DOROTHY LACKEY Arts and Science PAT KENEPASKE EARLENE KIRKPATRICK Arts and Sciences Kansas City, Mo. LINDA LaFOiLLETE Arts and Science Arts and Science Cho Chin Kansas City, Mo. BETTY LAFFOON Arts and Science -4-4" K '32 t. 'ix F -fm K yi fs.. I 1 X A 1' I r ,f 1 i,,'3's Kansas City, Mo. JAMES LAWLESS Arts and Science Tau Kappa Epsilon Ontario, Canada Adrian, Mo. MARTHA LAWS Arts and Science Beta Zeta Kansas City, Mo. Cleveland, Mo. CHARLES LEWlS Q Arts and Science Independence, Mo. . kai' A s .4 iq, l 'til i., i fl ,iw 4 ff . J 1 A lf J! A K P OV1 KN, . if 7 ,E i ,L Fti. V' TQ -1 A F' 1 vw A S ' I ,, Z' - T' T, ,JS f 's .ad X I ' X 1 su, X 2, ,Z E. 1 E 'vu l I K' I - E I I W I f' ' ,lo ix s b 2 ' ' .1 . , , ,I I 't' I el fm, S, ,T I 31- t gf Fists: if I l I I i KPATRICK JOHN MARVIN SUE MASTERS Science Arts and Sciences Arts and Science ,hin Kansas City, Mo Cl'lO Chin gy, MQ, Kansas City, Mo. FFOO-N JANICE MILBURN JOHN I. MITCHELL Science Arts and Science Arts and Science d, Mo. Sigma Beta Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. i LEWIS WAYNE MOLL PHILLIP MONTALBANO Science Arts and Science Arts and Science ence, Mo. Overland Park, Kans. Kansas City, MO. ROBERT MATHEWS Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. RICHARD MITCHELL Arts and Science Pleasanton, Kans. JERRY MOUM Arts and Science Raytown, Mo. Q Q as X, 3 K' gr : 3 i .r S 3, X It L. 5 K .T 3 N . , 5" rs, 5 . M g- 32. 5 ,LPA QQ ,Qi v J 1 ' F A 'Q MARSHALL MYERS Arts and Science Alpha Epsilon Pi Kansas City, Mo. ROBERT OSBORN Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. LOUISE POLLARO Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. it I Q 4... r nv-1 A I ma laga.. I L, its ' if? , 1 5" Veta? i' ,, . fix, + isa. 3 M, 1' 1 vs l I XX , .. ,,,i,, R , V 15 'Y L xx rye! nc In tu i Y? u t' rr .f S at , -, CS 9 -. ' C TT: ff: fi it . as as I f " 'E-'fi3.t.-zwfiwfis I , - A 1 E, A Q Q' f, i Scif, si 421 3 1 1 tif -,X -N, , , 1- . .K i. 9 , E it . s cg, FRESHMAN SHEILA NORTON Arts and Science Sigma Beta Kansas City, Mo. EDNA PEREZ Dental Hygiene New Orleans, La. RONNIE PREWITT Arts and Science Independence, Mo. 6' sf 7 EDWARD OGDEN Arts and Science St. Louis, Mo. PATSY PETTIJOHN Arts and Science Cho Chin Ava, Mo. SANDRA PRUITT Arts and Sciences Cho Chin Gashland, Mo. i, I Y , rw' - ' ,,,, ' S , I i, If cc f '!,'67I,i X' .if ,I . .,, X "D Qrd X' f gg KN "4 I ' 5 A 'fit "4 1 'I wi . r I S ,, f 4' ' 'f WTB? ,V I 4 ', 5, 1 ' . f wif", K , S, kg li' .f R955 4 s '7' z , N Al ,1 1 115 FRESHMAN JAMES L. SKINNER Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. PATRICIA ANN SMITH Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. ARTHUR L. TAYLOR Pharmacy Tau Kappa Epsilon Kansas City, Mo. . I xl, ""' rf X sf' 4 .,. .f It! x I fn 'Nil XFN' vi JERRY SLONECKER Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. PATRICK SPORTSMAN Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. MAURICE TERRY Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. I -Q-, Xfhsl ffl I 1 S3 ff Ka EES tx L - Vs M., P x ,1 ff-:wr A., ' .... .Q I f Qi? B H 9 'S' I QB ,bbq ' """ "X-xs Q .C f ., I .1 I S Z, ..-- ., X X3 R Saws JI 116 JUNE SMITH Arts and Science Independence, Mo PETE TARANTINO Arts and Science Kansas City, Mo. NINA THOMPSON Pharmacy Independence, Mo ag, 1. 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T reasurer iptain J. B. HODGDON ........ ........... S ecretary rainer ie Uni- dances The Interfraternity Council, which governs the men's social spring. organizations at KCU, consists of two representatives from each adition fraternity. The Dresident is elected by the group. Much of the is been credit for the recent nationalization of fraternities on the KCU campus must be credited to this active group. '45 vr""'7 www --?Z3f I -A 9 1 ROW 1: Ralph Jacobson, Larry Ginsberg, Mike Katz, Stan Weiner, Dave Bnrnstein. ROW 2: Larry Jacob- , I son, Bob Friedman, Sol Turner, Herb Rosenstein. ROW 3: Dick Rapaport, Mel Freed, Harold Koch, Joe Mack. O Bf ROW 4: Dr. Solomon Levy, Marshall Meyers, Eel Snrnoners. NOT PICTURED: Art Katz, Morrie Kross, Jack gig Orlofve. 4 4 .fig im. ff 29131 'i-'.,4vFHQ2:'f1!'55 OFFICERS LARRY JACOBSON ................................. r ................ President JAN STAN WEINER ........... ....... V ice-President JIM MELVYN FREED ........... ................... S ecretary KEI HAROLD KOCH ......,.,,,,.,... ..........,......,.... T reasurer JOE RICHARD RAPAPORT ........ ...,.... S ergeant-at-Arms JAC SOL TURNER ..........,......... .,...,.....,,.,..... H istorian Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity was founded on November 7, 1913, at New York University. The Kappa Mu chapter of A E Pi was 'J one of the three original national social fraternities founded at the thos University of Kansas City on May 12, 1956. The purpose of Alpha gy-01, Epsilon Pi is to further the social education of the student in con- nati: junction with his academic endeavors. This year A E Pi has con- eral tributed many leaders to the student government. The fraternity ful 1 128 intends to continue its constructive Work. witl Q 1 77 xi H fy! lm MV!! sf, 4 r- W .xxx Ns ,nf , ? af ,f mf Q 5 1 KN . A nl .WE xv 4 217W- 1' ,025 L 'mi ' ,ff ,Fm ii WW QEWNW 1 K 4 A f X. , X, Mk fn ,f 1 Wil- ,-V f-. 'M X M M .X gf 1 f 7 ,naw- , . 4, V wi, , Y 1 X fin, ,, 5 ' 1 f X, K. i x,f X ,.f Ni 2 ' A ,,..,,,,J- . "1-A10 'f . ag, , , , ,,,,-, AV... Y-. - ,H--W W- --A V- -- --Y' - -- -"" ' -"""-' ' ' ! N : A A Q Q Y 1 f i f i I i 1 I i 1 V1 I, w fi J s I 1 ,, :,W.,,,,,,.f..,,,,1 1.1 . - up T1 A1 1 f 1 3 11 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1, 1 i I 1 1 1 1: I 112 II T 1 15 1 1 .1 1 1' 1 , 3 1 11 1 1, 51 . 1 1 N1 1 1 1' Q 1 541 .1'l' 11 .7 1, CR1 QL1 1 1 14 11 11 Ei 1 11? 111 E 71 111 ,1 1117 1 1 ! Y 1 11:1 1 1311 Fifi, 1 1 1 11111 1 1111 1 11.1111 1 1 11111 1151 1 11'g 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 sf 1. 1E I 1 1 11 1 ' 1 '1 fmmm J. ROW 1: B. Nahagawa, P. Obatahe, W. Lathrop, D. Schoeoh, R. Smith, J. B. Mead, J. E. Dann, J. Grnen- berg, R. Brooks, J. Brown. ROW 2: J. Galbreath, S. Sloan, W. Grtgsby, J. Battemoeclc, W. Marschner, W Miller, M. Hoffman, R. L. Rogers, W. W. Castles, R. L. Ktene, J. Claxton. ROW 3: R. Prtbyl, F. Ferson, S Dalton, G. Ortiz, D. W. Enoch, A. Mnlltken, R. L. Barthelcl, F. C. Cox, T. P. Miller, G. C. Gibson. ROW 4: F Meyer, R. Schlnh, R. W. Herolol, F. Moore, D. Callender, D. Ballew, R. Kent, L. A. Rowe, T. Hon-e, D. Denney ROW 5: R. Ftte, T. Bassett, W. Freeman, McCalmon, W. M. Roehling, R. Callenaler, H. Woosley, J. Thomas D. Perry, J. Brncllow, J. W. Green, A. Mont, E. Htrashzma. Coumesy Anheuseq,-Busch, me SIGMA DELI OFFICERS MARVIN HOFFMAN ..... 4 ....................... ......... G rand Master BILL NAKAGAWA ........ ....... W Orthy Master FRANK MEYER ........ .................... S cribe JIM LIMESTALL ...... ........... T reasurer Delta Sigma Delta Dental Fraternity was founded in 1882 and Nu Chapter was chartered in Kansas City in 1898. The primary Durpose of this organization Was, and is, to keep high the standards Of dentistry. 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ROW 2: Robert Baldwin, Joe Mach, Rex Peters, H. R. Wnrst, C. F. MQCalinon. ROW 3: Bruce Haywood, George Conlas, Richard Saeger, Richard . Barry, Michael Jeweler, Dick Rapaport. ROW 4: Ronald Hilsted, Jene Sniith, Joe Stevens, John Perry. NOT PICTURED: John Brnner, Leo Sheridan. PV' w , , .- . . , - - -. .... -, . - . - -- , - -, ' - fi ' .4 ' .5 ' 1 vi' '5sz'h'v- 'A' 1 gg' -A-4,r ' N' f '-1 '. .ff-2 -v... 1- 1: - fx, 3- .syn 5543577 ',1.-59, QW? - ,1?11,- -.,, -f 0 I, 1 OFFICERS TOM E, SIMS .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,..,.,.......,,,,,,,,. .............. P resident RICHARD STIPE .,,,,,,.,.,,.,,,,, ........ V ice-President RALPH HENDERSON .,,...,. . .........,.... Secretary BEN HENDERSON ........... .......... T reasurer Nu Rho Psi, established December 16, 1956, is a local indepen- dent professional Business Fraternity. Membership is composed of students in the Economics Department, and the School of Busi- ness. A one hundred dollar scholarship is offered each semester by the membership to the most deserving member. A brochure of graduating student members is prepared annually, and submitted to local and national firms. The fraternity has Won recognition for a fine record in its first year. ME BET BOI PH' DOI is a Mei mul Prc req " l - - N.. .. , 'Arts lp' .'i 1.-1. F 'Q' .-A v 5 I! ,. as 2'f4f l 'ff I' - Q 5'- . 4 Y 'U 1 ac Q, v . f .W .--.,' ji J f " Q' U if u V H75 jimi, ity..." .5 ww u Q ' ' 4 I , 'Z '- f f : , '. v . 4 o . A s A , v 1 " . l I a 4 ' ww 212551030703 Virginia Krogsdale, Betty Flanagan, Doris M oC'alZ, Patricia Dalton, and Bonnie Timnino. ny. NOT f. Af-A ff. . OFFICERS IWWWW META ANN KNECHT ..t,t......,..t......,.t.,, t-t,,,,,,,t-,,-,,-,,-i P resident ,,,,fff"" I Efmza BETTY FLANAGAN t.t..... t,...t,....t...t... V ice-President M Q6 DGQE BONNIE TUMINO tttt..t tttittttttt R ecording secretary ,M 6 C 1 PHYLLIS PEHR ---,---- --,-.A C O1'1'9SpOHding Secretary fi up DORIS MCCALL ..... .........,.......,,,,,,,,,,,tA T reggurey 0 1 X' 9x X A vi? Mu Phi Epsilon is a rofessional music sorority for women It E50 'fb-Qf"'y p L U Z R 0 ffllfflljy IS affiliated nationally, offering many advantages for its members. Membership is comprised of only those who are interested in a musical profession or working in some field connected with music. Programs of high quality are presented. Scholarship is the primary requisite for membership. -T-Q'2'20aMv!!llff'Il ROW 1 Shelby Highsmith Moi ty Glazer Edioard Wurdack James Stirling, Thomas E. King, Thomas Dwight Cochran ROW 2 John Calahan Richard Cole Eugene Hall, Lee Wells, Blane Strader, Stuart Hirschman, LO, Carlos Mori, William Miller, Kevin Kirioan, Tom Kretsinger, Malcolm Litman, Jack Orlove, Larry Gepford, wif, David Tanquary, Vince O'Halloran, Reginald Brodie, Ed McShane, Ira McLerran, Al Hardy, Hugh Nugent, DO, Hal Ferraro, Professor Charles Fiddler. ROW 8: Jerry H arkins, Art Genereau, Norman Sanders, Vance Frick, Steven Millin, Jack Anderson, John Dodds, Richard Anthony. f fit we was--is-Jaisffzssmssff 151 ' ., P H I A L P H A D E L I l Q gn, OFFICERS ' X SHELBY HIGHSMITH .........................,. .....,,........ J usiice AF I AL HARDY ......................... ...... V ice-Justice JE RICHARD COLE ................ ....... T reasurer JU VINCE O'HALLORAN ......... ............ C lerk VI JOHN CALAHAN ............. ....... M arshal P 1 The Thomas Hart Benton Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta Law I' Fraternity Was installed at the School of Law in 1907 and is the my oldest at the school. The purposes of the fraternity are to form th? strong bonds among members at various schools and between OU schools and their former students to facilitate interchange of busi- COC ness and social and intellectual intercourse among members, and , 140 to foster those principles tending to form a higher type of manhood. DZWQM I ROW 1: Jane Wiirclaek, Ann Stirling, Jean Millin. ROW 2: Wanda Higlisinitli, Nancy Graham, Virginia EC WWW, 1 Long, Rita Coffinan, Dee Orlove, Margaret Stracler, Nell Howell, Jerry Mori Jean Ste' lilo Cl ol' K gveggfggf l BUZZ, N Orina Cole. ROW 3: Oreta Tanqilary, Carolyn Frick, Vicki Anderson, Site Fe1nraroinllfarifT,BlnZ?LJbaAniine 1 i O S. ze Friclc, Hu ... ,, ,, ,,i- I,-. '!-'iGi!Qi?"x'p,L..J3'G.e- gif-,I 'ztr f. "3 - - ffl 1-ma, H ff, 43 L-' , H541-'-e.-'1ai:'2if .4"1Z!-+V'-. tif? w?4:.5?'Lse2u:fs:Ei11'affi?eii?fs?sfi??z?.ffa .--Justice e-Justice reasurer . ..... Clerk .Marshal alta Law id is the to form between t of bL1S1- mers, and nanhood. OFFICERS ANN STIRLING ...... ....................... ................. P I' esident JEAN MILLIN ......... ........ V ice-President JUNE WURDACK ....... .............. S ecretary VIVIAN CARESIOWQ.- .......... Treasurer Membership of the Legal Dames is composed of the Wives of 'Che members of the Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity. The Dames originated in 1954. Outside activities include service of coffee and Cookies to the entire Law School during finals, sponsorship of a ?t. Patrick's Day party. A Christmas basket was given to a needy amily. fwrfrrg ov f 1' md AUXILIARY 'V-7 ROW 1: Margaret Mason, Rosemary Riley, Charles Carnes, Mrs. Charles Carnes, Margaret Reilly.. ROW 2' Josephine Koch Norma Kindsnater, Vilran Bell, Patricia Harris, Mary Grace Boone, Blanche Prichard, H Iala Turner. ROW ,3: Eleanor Horseman, Charlotte Thayer, Ima Goehring, Mabel Reilly, Bernadine Le Ber- 07 thon. ROW 4: Helen Dunlap, Doris Yendes, Verlyn Munoz, Tiera Lester, Grace Dooley, Mable Fitch. W I"59f"'1H?"' at OFFICERS U MARGARET MASON .............................. .................. P resident if NORMA JEAN KINDSVATER ...... ......... V icegPresident I ALICE JEAN BOYER ...................... .............. S ecretary NORMA JEAN KINDSVATER ......... ........... T reasurer - BETTY JEAN BOND ....................... ................ C hancellor DORIS YENDES ...,......................... ...................... C haplain Cf " CHARLES CARNES ....,. .t...,t.. F acuity Advisor 3 8 We l!!l 6 Q nan ' I Phi Delta Delta International Legal Fraternity for Women was organized in 1911. The Psi Chapter Was chartered at the Kan- sas City School of Law in 1925, and since that time has been active 142 on this canipus. The chapter sponsors the annual Law Day Break- fast, honoring the visiting Law Day speakers at which the Law School faculty and local attorneys are guests. uw 4. Mb ff 2 x N, ,LK ,4" 02" - w 3: ,xxx X X i' , L :Ss I X X .r- .M 1 Q . .,.,aj .5-,,,f 55. fx,-f ,Fl 1 gif, ::. 72v?? af : avi 4 , W2 7: Z in 934' gl, ROW 1: Allan Thornburg, Thomas Cochran, Edward Simmons, Charles Dixon, Prof. John M. Speca. ROW 1730! yi, A 2: Russell Jacobson, Edward Belan, Joseph Kostelao, Kenneth Soden, Warren Stafford, Wayne Phzlltyos, Whtt- BTC W Q ney Kerr. ROW 3: Kenneth Roch, James Sturgeon, Felix Kancel, Robert Jones, Robert Fox, Howard Lay, Ar- Tm thur Stephenson. ROW 4: Earle Jones, Marvin Sharp, Eugene DeVtne, Leo Moroney, Robert Kendrwh. iii Ji. ,-,. . 5' ..., -, P H I D 5,5 .viyfxf if I S L Z OFFICERS . l Why XQ1, EDWARD L. SIMMONS ......................... ......... P resldent BE it 2,3 -M? ALLAN THORNBURG ............. ........ T reasurer MI F' in THOMAS DEAN COCHRAN ....... ---,----- 1 ---C1?1'k LG CHARLES DIXON .........,....... -.-,----- H 1S'C0I'12U PF 'KA .J- I I N . .Q L l Qldll the Fr. Phi Delta Phi Law Fraternity is the oldest and largest legal HSI fraternity in America. The chapter on the University of Kansas Unl City campus, the Powell Inn Chapter, was named in honor of bel Elmer N. Powell, one of the Law School's founders. Phi Delta Phi 144 has furnished many capable leaders for the University. .-1-an-If R1 i' T. -wg' I ,, f. 77 ROW 1: Phyllis Cooper Betti R lc M ' ' au RQW I . , , J 00 , rs. Robert Kendrick. ROW 2: Colleen Spurgeon, J 't St 01 S, Whit- gfrfggilisjfll?cr7'2gehgC2IL7rZo'3ztz?W5?r5anIsweJ1gg I5?abeI1rzEgmJoneS, 5unj1MoronQ'.U5 Sherry Cochran. ROW 3: Zlfdcilzrqljl gevzrlgfgwt Lay, Ar- Turner, Marleen Cochran, Barbarol Dixon, Mcigfgnlllyjaygs. nn Pmuzpsy Colleen Soden' NOT PICTURED Low n Ln 1 'nr-1'-' ffm d:.4lf:,.' D me ,,. L' 'resident 'reasurer .-.-.-Clerk Iistorian rest legal f Kansas honor of Delta Phi Stk OFFICERS Eff! We BETTY ROCK ,,.,,,,.,,,,.,s., I ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,-,,.s- - C - 54' MARILYN KENDRICK ssllsss ,iiiiiiiiiaailiiiililiii Lois TURNER .,,,,--,-,-,,--,.,, ------,-..---,- S ecretary PHYLLIS COOPER .,..... ,n---.----- T I-easurer Phi Delta Femme's was organized this year and is composed of the Wives of the members of the Phi Delta Phi International Legal Fraternity. The purpose of this auxiliary is to further the social aspects of professional fraternity life and to promote a better understanding of the legal profession among the auxiliary mem- bers. The group planned and sponsored the "Tinsel Ball" during the 1956 holiday season. A Valentine party was given for the St. J0seph's Orphanage for girls. It Will be annual. -xx- KN Nw' 1 1 Qi AUXILIARY f, 1, ,V ,Z x ,V ,, v v 'Qi , '41 f I 1 - ---- -----'--------- --'VV - - ' 4- i I ' I f W7 .- 31-T:,,,- - -zvZgL.,.g.. -43 L I . 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NOT flffoad, F, Morley Vogel, Mrs. Christine Hogin, Bettie Flanagan, Virginia Pearce, Eunice Trapp PANHELLENICH President OFFICERS Secretary EUNICE TRAP? ------------------------.-... ......R..... .......,................ P r esident Freasurel' BETTY FLANAGAN -------- ...... ........,......... V ice-President Secretary VIRGINIA PEARCE --------- ....... R ecording Secretary Historian MARGARET MASON ------ ........,.............. T reasurer --'Wa-rden CHRISTINE HOGIN ......,. ---,-,,,,,,,..-,,,,,.--- S pongor of music ld, Of Stu' The purpose of Professional Pan-Hellenic Council is to estab- 'lts mem' lish and maintain co-operation among professional sororitiesg to Ll Chapter' elevate professional sorority standardsg and to regulate profes- 1011 Of the sional sorority rushing, pledging, and initiation. At the present L PI'0'gI'3m time, two music and two legal groups are represented. Membership and flued at Kansas City University is composed of two representatives from l-H1 Spfmg each of the national groups on the campus. Offices are held on a rotational basis. A--+1-'-:Y-11?fE?F9f??5-ffmw-www?MH-W ':.,::,: ' ff! I f -Lf ffw My W 4 ff 'L 7, If .cf , 1 A ,i Q HV ff -,ww 4, wtf' dim 3-. Lf, ff M L, x, I G MA' 1 A 1.2 f 'saw 5 ,,,,,.x. - :ff ffl? ff ' ff.. 5 - f ,-fir - , mf, - P3 TEQJJ, Q wx "G K rv "1" ' Q E xi' 'A 2, , 1 .j:Q',,5i:' fm . A 1 f , 67429 U, ,TIT --is wmiiufr W' ,V ii' X f A M22 I Seated: Phyllis Olive, Marcia Speer Snook. its ' ' gf.: "H" W Jwmja.-'v ,Q-u -' 5" fffFh?Yf7'f"5' ,fl .. is , :ef - ,wgqf W'a3SsELj4Q3q55EQ5hZf 0 MM I lv' 09 if ' - .L 'c xQf Mx "eb: ri-i n it 'M is h C 'se 6176,-,P b-ggi' 'N D I 150 Q9 X r I Standing: Shirley Michaels, Marlene Weisman, Virginia Pearce. 1 Rest A L P H A I 0 I OFFICERS ' PHYLLIS OLIVE ..................................... ...................... 3 ..... P 1'6SId9I1'C ALIE VIRGINIA PEARCE ........... ...................... Y lee-Presldent WIL SHIRLEY MICHAELS ....... ............... R ecording SGCTCIHTY WI1 MARCIA SNOOK .............. ....... C orrespondlng Secretary LY1 MARLENE REEBLE ....... .............................. T reasurer LES DORIS BAHR ................. ..................,......... H istorian Sigma Alpha Iota, established in 1904, is the oldest and largest music fraternity for Women. The Iota Sigma Chapter Was char- 1 tered at KCU in 1946. The group aims at the promotion of Amer- Al 1 ican music and establishment of high standards of musical per- ang formance and scholarship for its members. Activities include H01 regular business and social meetings, public musicales and benefit gtud scholarship concerts. Each year Iota Sigma offers applied music men scholarships to students in music at KCU. S5 1 3 I 5 5 l l I PGCWCQ- LEFT TO RIGHT: Anthony McGath, Dr. L. L. Eisenbmndt W ZZ D Z Alb t D C' Rost, Lyle Willits, Richard B. Smith, James L. Gcmt. NOT PICTOREiDm7SZamZe?i Colne? Charle7s0?yritZZumm J J, g fi .L TL. it iff-2"sg,',2ig5'f7:,:',1"2 -45 if-Fefgi: 1. 31 OFFICERS P1'6Sid9nt ALBERT CROSS ...... ......,,,,,,,,.,,,,, , U h - -President WILLIAM DALY .LLLL.. LLL.LL.........,. . -LI ..giLiiiiiiiiviaiiiiiiiiiit Secretary WILLIAM ROST ---------------- ........ S Bcretary-Treasurer Secretary LYLE WILLITS ,,,,..,,.n,.,,,,,,, 4 ,,,, .--.-..-.-..,--,---.-.- H istorian 221235512 LESLIE EISENBRANDT ........ .,,.---. F aculty Advisor nd largest WZSAAFIEZK Rho Chi Society was established nationally in 1922, and the lsical per- Alpha Omega Chapter at KCU in 1954. Its aim is to recognize JS include and encourage scholarship. Also to make students aware of the hd benefit professional aspects of pharmacy, and point the Way to instructive lied music stud and research in the field of harmac . It ho es to make its Y P Y P members better pharmacists and better World students. Ji I I F i WK, ' 1 K 5 5 W. P Qglx Q Q U 7 Q 55 'i E5 f E2 F w? M If li Z s ' E f if 31 ig 3 14. fi. JI 14 1 f 7 f ?' fx. -40' 'N , i. , , f Z' S 1 f I Y , M2 ' I xv '4 2 1 , ,V ,..4 Q. E , ,X V: - - L if ,W 4 is 1 , I f Xfff. , ' ,V Yi , M, 3, M, " L .....,.f' 4.4, XY 4' 1 ' , f 'PMS' Y ii! Q ,,. f?-2 5 H! 1 1 3 ' 1 ,P L. 1. rf L I x 4 K gf.. Pf'1li5'h '4"!-Q'-sy' 'x ' v----M.. -1 V , :Q---1-W - V 7 ff, - f : 5' X f , K , if 1, . ffegaxk 1 ' - ' x' I ' . lx I V Z2 - . I 3 f w 1 ' 1. 1.57 I - ,,, -,ff If 4 7 .1, : yy K .. y, 34 '- I 7 'Q , 4 X , x " . ,hj:..f.f,,vuH V K ' V H N ', m 'rx A V 5 , 'S X 5 1,5 , A :M - , X r YU , 9 , xy s g I xx fri? Q? A f,3XU f f if ' I 'f , ' f ' 1 if ti i " .K V w,i , 'z 1 I .F f G if' ff '4 1 xg 'S .W : f ' ' ' V2 ll 65442 3? ' ., If sl , -3 , ' 1 ,f ' 55 'E F 5 I E' . I B gig f as ' 4 f 4 4 , My , ,,.pp4 if AX, , 5 - M ' 5 V 'N DEPT. CLUBS 1 ' V ROW 1: Tess Miller, Sandra Kibbee, George Ann Solialley, Ann Letson, Sain Anderson, Dr. Pilterbailgli. ROW 2: Dave Grisaffe, Albert Sinith, Charly Cloioers, Frank Letson, Leonard Marks, Bill Haggerty, Dave Benson. 2: C 1 Gas Vi, Dr. Droll, Wayne Troxell, Jaines Holland, Wayne Patton, Charlie Snyder, Kent Lainb. BOE i 1 l CHEMICAL il 3 l i , T A OFFICERS q ER ' FRANK LETSON ,,.t.,.....,,,...........,..,....,., .............t........ P resident HU -Qi SAMUEL ANDERSON ...... ................ V ice-President BA' 21" 5 SANDRA KIBBEE ........... ...... S ecretary-Treasurer F ROA F5 33 LY1 il? A I-, k ,l ,A X ima, y if The Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society on A...tru.:-imifgsff-2SX:1L'L4531mg ,",!4X the KCU campus is one of more than three hundred chapters lo- 135 cated at various colleges and universities throughout the country. DUT The KCU group Was established in 1948. The program is designed t9 for those undergraduates enrolled in course Work Eleading toward ECG a degree in chemistry or chemical engineering. owever, ot er GH students having a sincere interest in the field of chemistry are the welcomed. DHI' 154 l 'N ww Lgh ROW ROW 1: Sandra Gasser, Rosalee Salaclino, Nancy Herron, Frances Barrett, and Barbara Sioensson ROW 6 Benson 2: Toin Whalen, Bill Huang, Toon Brans, John Thoinas, Gayle Brilner, Ted Miller, Bill Richinond William ' Gasser, Harlan Ferguson, Hoioarol Stark, LeRoy Bruner, Hugh Charles, Jack Morris, and Don Price ROW 3 Bob Renick, Jerry Meyers, Marion Tnteral, Ernest Sjobloin, Stilart Iliff, Oren Daugherty, and Al Kossins PHARMACEUTICAL OFFICERS , ERNEST SJOBLOM .......................,.....,..,,, ,,.,,,,,.,,,,, P resident -President HUGH CHARLES llt...l,ltR.....,..............,..... ....,... V icepfesident -Presldeflf BARBARA sWENssoN ....... ,,,,,.,,,.,,,, s ecretary Treasurer ROBERT HASSIG ............... .......,,, T reasurer LYLE WILLITS .........,.,.,. ,,,,,,, S ponsor . . K ' - A f Society on The American Pharmaceutical Association was organized in hi Q5-,gf-,,,' lapters lo- 1852, and the Student Branch at KCU was chartered in 1945. Its aff'-4 E Country, purpose is to stimulate professional interest among students, and 5 designed to uphold the high standards of pharmaceutical education and qg toward license and strong legislation for the protection of the public ver other health in the production and distribution of the drugs. This year nisfry are the Student Branch sponsored a Halloween party, a Christmas party, and a Spring Dinner-Dance. AVA.,-5, , Mg: ,I V' ffiif, 'fri ,MVT K . .f f 4 W V K , -My X l , v Eng. ' . ,, , , Hwbefrt ,A X '74, ay. wx 5 ff' e'gw.2, ' 152:54 W " '23 "S XSLT-'lg y gltil my z",,,, A , H, ,, 55' T'-1' 'Sf 'K ROW 1 Sandra Barnett Betty Kern ROW 2 Charles Bono Truman Dollar Coach Jack Murphy ., ., , . ,u . V Q' 151991511 -Wa'fSfSfg"f',""Q"Ki!i-E"1j' I ., .534 54 gi!! ij. flirt, H '- 1 MEMBERS SANDRA BARNETT BETTY KERN CHARLES BONO TRUMAN DOLLAR JACK MURPHY ...,...... ...,...........K..........,.... C oach In its first year at KCU the Debating Team, under the super- vision of Dr. Jack Murphy, enjoyed a very successful first season. The overall record of the team was 30 Wins and 28 losses. Trips took the debaters to Lincoln, Nebraska, Emporia, Kansas, Pitts- burg, Kansas, Manhattan, Kansas, and William Jewell College. At the tournament at Southwestern College in Winfield, Kansas, the oldest and largest debate tournament in the country, the men's team got to the semi-finals. ROW 1: Charlotte Larr, Sylvia Dillon, Sandra Kibbee, Anne Letson. ROW 2: Robert Malloy, Jerry Bails We Renata Cadviser, Lothar Krause, Marianne Joerg, Blaine Pennington, Frank Letson, Glen Bridges. E R D E U TS C H E V E R E I N OFFICERS .JERRY BAILS ............ ............................... .............. P r esident LOTHAR KRAUSE ....,.,.........,..,,.... ........ V ice-President CHARLOTTE LARR ..........,. .......... 'S ecretary RENATE N. MEYERS ,.,,.,, ..,..., S ponsor Der Deutsche Verein is the German Departmental Club on the campus. Membership is open to German majors and to any students who have an interest in German. Along with the rest of the foreign language department, the club helped sponsor a foreign film pro- gram, which included a series of German newsreels. Der Deutsch Verein also sponsored a Christmas party and a spring picnic. 157 1 1 1 X F 1 f I y Y s 151 5 N r H ji 3, w 'f il K 2 2 5 E f F Z x, f 3 F r 1 4 qkwmy., .H f. A , .0,,..,,.,v.,,, 2 f ff? ZW fc I 'f . ' , ,wfv:11nW ' J . ....,,-.L,,,f . ' ff ,f V ..,, 1 h f my, glffwlg ' , ' ,WAI f gf " AV zif 'iW"Q, ' i'L'i,, W ,f ,,,f,1 f ff, 'W X, f fyf' 'G X . 'Wg +26 ff Q , mwywyg , aww 1 4 xx? m'5H,NN ,.,. ff , ,,,.4ff W Q , 7 a ,f ff xp if 'Hum wvwvxvmw- ? -fa-.5 'Ri www N K- W f fygfff' f ,I f ff 1531 f R 3 '2L?.i -P lf' x, Q 1 4 wif v iw. lla' Q17 ' 3,759 V .5 H1 , f , 7 ' 1 4, . X ,, h 43 Q 4 W 3 fi ,f . f , 1 ! S i W! Harry fl' Biff f-'l'fvs1lf5""iu-7 'S i ' 5 s ROW 1 Harry Snyder Dena Spzelberger Sarah Sappzngton Jane Dams Jess La Puma ROW 2 Frank Jarnzson Maggze Smalley Shelza Norton Harrzet Hard Nancy Wzlcox Paul Jones ROW 3 Dr Alban Var nado, Buddy Zunrner Junrny Moore Charles Bono Terry Ruysser Jun Sawyer Mr Douglas Russell 1 Q A,l:zf,Q -, Y -L -6227,-it. l for ID Lty, Esq. 1" Lump Quivers tcher, U. ' Rareair Who are exclusive, ive mem- fd to run remember zver, that fciety for memory. OFFICERS SARAH SAPPINGTON .......................... .............,,,,,,,,,,. P resident JANE DAVIS ......................... .................. V ice-President DENA SPEILBERGER ....... ........ S ecretary-Treasurer HARRY SNYDER ............. ............ P arliamentarian JESS LA PUMA ............. .--...-Se-rgeant-at-Arms ,4 Av' of I KCU Players is a service organization in connection with all f theatrical productions presented by the Playhouse. Members must earn points in acting, service, publicity, lighting, painting stage sets, costume work and make-up. Group aims to develop members in all phases of theatrical Work. This year the group hopes to be 161 able to join the National Collegiate Players. ,f 5 , Q xfx'-, 4 YL W : .' . JM Y ..,! Y 2531, I fi EE lr ,I I1-,A ,,w.. M, phi .i 'l :fm 1. 'ws r5l,, I11e',v fi!!! ,1-fl N A2 ' F E ini Q1 ll ' V! F, jd im, ,f W z VA' if, ggi, fi jr E 5, A Ei w Q. e v : .Hg ff! ai Zi .L X xwmwwx .v Www ., ss X .c . l A -2 ws alps 'ps 'fwigxwxjxcfs OW 2: . , I , Cmdm, James Dahl, Richard Graulzch, Phzllzp H ollx, Lee E. Wells, and Norman Sanders --LQ,-.V I -. in t,,,,,5R,1.., .I fa, rw' D C IN esident esident :retary easurer -ponsor Apache collect mstumes b spon- City, at icement OFFICERS .,,,..,.,,,,,,-,,,,,,-,,--.-----,--- --huun C halrrnan ,,, -h'--.-,- Treasurer The Legal Aid Clinic of the University of Kansas City was established in 1950 as a charitable organization. Operated by law students, it provides legal aid for those deserving individuals who are unable to obtain the services of a practicing attorney because of financial inability. Members are selected to participate in ac- d c with their interest and ability. Members advise their cor an e clients of their rights, draft legal documents and, when necessary, represent them in court. 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'fx ' K f 21 N + R Q W :V I, . . ,M 'X ,,, -,M gf V Q, XM,,Mfff xx A , 27" Jffuflfc ,Q , 1 - 6 - 'UW x, 1 ?7"xTi"--N,,V,.x , A N N ' ' . M., My M hfisjyg ' 'ff , -I W in - , N 'ly ,,,, V N- V 'Y Gif, r- ff 'V' ' K ' ,iv ' ' - MM , mf f 'f -1' W I V 4 'B' f 'N' if? f mah if 7' QW fx 242 M!! I , . 2' Ii .f m I 5 W ' , , xf ' TW XZ 7, ,,,, xzf, 5:5 SEQ! f ,Q in 9991 X 2 X x lberger ROW 1 Havry Gallaghev Leo T Shertdon Robevt Boldwzn Wtllzavn Rowenscroft ROW 2 Dcwzd Allzson Ronald Hnsted Btll Swartz Bruce Johnson Ron Johnson Bzll Mayer Ni ETERAN S ORGAN IZATI O 4 OFFICERS LEO SHERIDAN .........,.,.......................... .............. P resident ROGER GALLUP ....,.................,. ........ V ice-President WILLIAM RAVENSCROFT .,...... .............. S ecretary JACK ANGELI ........,......,..,,........ ..,................. T reasurer MARLIN VOLZ .......................... ........ F aculty Advisor The K. C. U. V. O. is proud to be the first Veterans organiza- tion on this campus. The Vets organized early in the first semester With thirty-five members. The Vets, managed by Ray Mucken- thaler, Were top contenders in the intramural basketball program during the year. Vets activities included a Christmas party, a spring picnic, and sponsoring an all-school dance. On campus the Vets were active in the U. News with Ron Johnson, Editor, Jim Job, Business Manager, and Harry Gallager and Ray Mucken- thaler, Sports Editors. 167 ELIGIOUS CLUBS w it ROW lr: Vitnla Hood, Pat Kenapaske, Lacy Coonpere, Pat Vaughn. ROW 2: Anderine Farmer, Stewart Hook, R6 E, Truman Dollar, Bob Vegiard, Nadine Chatfield, Janice Leonard. Hi " 'sw -if ,J 35 gt,-ff:1f,gfag M '-N 'ii Y-1' nv. 'xv' wswi 1 ff"-- .' avr... -'--2: A - fe- - - 1' .- -,Q -- -'-, V . r. ' 1 -.gy ' ,-.,"'?,,. , .' -K - i A PTI D E N T u N I N I l- +11 ive, e OFFICERS - GARY FARLEY ..............................,........... .....,.....,,......... P resident LUGILLE COMPERE ..,.. .....,..,....,............ v iCe-PreSident R' STEWART HOCH ............. ................. S ocial Vice-President BOB VEGIARD .................... ......... D evotional Vice-President ' NADINE CHATFIELD ....... ................................... S ecretary The Baptist Student Union is promoted by the Southern Bap- N tist Convention. It serves as a link between the college and the th local churches for students throughout the United States as Well YE as in many foreign countries. It enlists students in the local IU churches, provides Christian fellowship through campus devo- if tional meetings and other activities. Though sponsored by Bap- Cl tists, the group Welcomes any interested students to share in its X 168 2lC'CiVlJCl6S. , , --. ,--,,A,, ....--,.f'-A '--.....-f--..---ff':-.-- -'.,- :--In M- 1----- - - --vw- l v i 1 1 w K 1 4 4 1 4 I 4 A i vm ROW 1 Chell Tonsley Berenzce Wlnte Lzndo, Lafollette, Herb Oeknigk. ROW 2: Joyce Ryerson, Les Short. ROW 3 Joe Gregg Nzel Cow ter Ed Patterson, Lionel Gale. f Q' 9 'Sf-1,52 if it ,, .,,. l 1? '34 'bw -1 I 5 -.. r 4 . . 4' .. -1'Y!'22'6 7 A 7 - :aw-5.-r Hz- . -"Sf" iW......LlAHoNA FEl.l.o s w RO Gre Mo. She OFFICERS JOE GREGG ,,..,,.,,,.,,,.,.,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,.... ............s.. P resident CHELL TOUSLEY .,,,... ....,......,.......... ...... V i ce-President LES SHORT ........,,.,.s..... ,,.......... S ecretary JE VIRGIL LIEBOLD ....... ........ T reasurer CP LIONEL GALE ......,... .,..... C haplain DC ALICE EDWARDS ........ ........ S ponsor Liahona Fellowship is a church fellowship organization of the K' Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. It is a UI nation-wide organization for the promotion of fellowship, under- H1 standing, and spiritual guidance. The KCU group held weekly GV meetings this past year, listened to several guest speakers. Also, iii Liahona took part in regional and other church youth conferences. SC E Q1 les Short. ROW 1: Jess I5a.Purna, Chales Bono, Jian Bowen, Marilyn Beck, Rose Falco, Dorothy Ziegler. ROW 2f Rex Greiin, Dr. Williarn Byan, Don Braclchahn, Virginia Shortino, John Cleary, Leo Sheridan, Dr. Patricia Mcllrath. ROW 3: Vic Battle, Bob Franco, Joe Hernandez, Bob Baldwin, Marilyn Nugent. ROW 4: Norinan Sheehan, Bob Schioeiger, Dr. Alban Varnado, Hugh Nugent. ---, .,i: .-.W .. ., .- . . .. . Liiiiliiil OFFICERS .Secretary JESS LA PUMA ............. ...................................................... P iI'6Sld911t Treasurer CHARLES BONOU- .,........ ........................... V ice-Presldent .Chaplain DON BRACKHAHN ,,,,,,,,, ,....... . Corresponding Secretary k ,,,-Sponsor DOROTHY ZIGLER......,., ...-.........RecO1fding S6CI'6'EE1I'y s L Q VICTOR BATTLE ,,.,,..,, ,...,........................ T reasurer Q09 40 Q S AAXWIIIM. Q N Q 2 C.. P Q S E L' 4 'F 2 - ' 4 P E B Q. af : The Newman Club is the Roman Catholic organization on the ' - A ' Lion of the KCU campus. The purpose of the club is to promote the better its. It is a understanding of their religion in its members, and to get the lip, under- sld Weekly ters. Also, inferences. members of the Catholic faith together. On the first Sunday of every month the members gather in the add building for a break- fast. The club sponsors guest speakers and invites the entire School to listen. lt is an active and enthusiastic group. 171 if AM' ll'-47' f 'I -use H E . 35: iff' I ,,,. ,W , , - : Q , ,mx .wiv I' Yi ff f 4 -pf yy X .. 2 iq -X , ' . X ' 1 A .' , ' sqft, Q - - 5 - ufaltli 4' if ,a if A z 433:55 Q S'f'S 'z f'-"-, 4 ng, ,I 4 f f WC M - X ff? f Www- ...N-....Mmw,W,. . X , , . X.Lx W Wfwfw- 2? 4 ' ff x 3 f V Z' fi -4 ek V , X N A f Z f V 4 f xi , Z V . Q ,, , 1 ,W ,,,,,.,, N f if K Q 4 t 4 f f , C v :NT , , ff -sw ws 4 S s an V as 'l J e Dahl ROW 2' Warren Stafford Robert Smith ROY ROW 1: John Kelley, Phillip Hoax, LaVon Dai ey, ani s . . , , Riissell Jacobson, Steven Miller, Don Willson, Phillip Johnson, Jaines H oioell. H 611 174 BOA RD 0 F G OV ERN O RSL OFFICERS t PHILLIP HOUX ...... ............................. ................ P r esldent JAMES DAHL .........,.... ....................... ....... V i ce-President LA VON BAILY .......... ............ T reasurer JOHN KELLY ................ ................ S ecretary NORMAN SANDERS ........ ......... C hief Justice RUSSELL JACOBSON ......... ....... P arliamentarian The Board of Governors is the governing body of the Law School students. It co-ordinates student activities, plans activities and hears student complaints. It is composed of 12 members, two from each class in both day and night schools. The members are chosen in an election held by members of their respective classes. The main objective of the board is the co-operation between stu- dents and administration. rw! Q ' ff 4 , x 1 X 5 'ia Q .W X . W SQ 0 Q V X -X ,tw x x.X-v ' +- Q mf I 1 ,A A ' f o ' ,rfv f ff, 5 Q A Wf Q n r We DENTAL SCHOOL OFFICERS Bill Jackson, Terry Miller, Wzllzavn Rzchze, Bob Fallcerson. SOPHOMORE CLASS Terry Miller ..............,...........................,.,....... PreSid9Ht William Riche ..............,......................... Vice-PI'eSidG11t Bill Jackson .....,.,........,....., ...... S ecretary-Treasurer Bob Fulkerson ......................,............... Student Council 1 , .55 ZX' 3 Q si 5 l .Dee Honey, Bob Newton, C. D. Denny, Bob Bart- SENIQR CLASS held, Dwaine Kurtz. J. L. Anderson .......................................,........ President JUNIUR CLASS , W. F. Morrison ............ ...r......,......... V ice-President C- D, Denny ,..---.-----.---..-.--,------.-.-----.--,.-.-. 1 --.4- President H. M. Sutherland ........................ Secretary-Treasurer DW-31119 KUTJUZ -'---o-------------------------------'-- V109-Pfesldent R. D. Bartheld ......... .,....,...... S ecretary Hfifbent Sutherland, James Anderson, Walter D. F. Honey .......... ............... ' -Treasurer MOWZSOH- Bob Newton .......... ........ S tudent Council i s 'Hr l l l e E NOT PICTURED FRESHMAN CLASS Charles Sippy .............................. President Russell Riggs ...................... Vice-President 3 G. Latta .................... Secretary-Treasure? '4 Ben Hargett .................... Student Council ,n Bill McLaughlin ............ Athletic Directol' ,' ,l . W Y M Y , , , Y ,.., W ,V VA., -- E- --,TW ..:.,n ing, -- ,.:-?,,..,..-1v,....-....,-- -:..-..-- ...-,- -...-- , -- ,..----- - - - - - , .W J: ,,,,,,.,,. Y 4 Y- ,,,, ,. Y , W . V V Y V . Y - . E f 4 4 . V 3 1 . E 1 3 s Y i a I 3 , i I 1 w i 4 . 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'54 Q' W, ff f, ,J V4 4 V 4 mf 'ff , X f ., W '1 Z W, 1 ,W , f,.f ,4 - ff 2,2 . f X yy, , 17 0 04 1 Z , ,, X., , 51 f ffl'- X, , ,4 1 X XXQ- K Q f 951 fyx 'vw ,LEW ' 7 1 f ,gf , X N-mms ' wh f-ff ' i l ff X f 4' K x IX ' ,Zn N ' - fo 1 -9 ' ' " ff Q9 f ai , iff x Qs f, ,515 -I ' Q if I T ls, , Wm' QV Q1 -N 22' ,ff 17 f Y . ss .eff - x fx , , 1 THE KANG R00 ax ' ,QF saw' +V- 5M ff 1 '23, .gf 42" E ' 41? 'Dx if sf Q hef- Z . AE' .S .-Q9 ' .V " 5 TCM KING:Edimr ,Q These are the people who admit respon- sibility for the 1.957 Kangaroo-all of them are proud of it. They bear the scars of those last few frenetic weeks before 'the deadline fell due-fortunately, these scars heal easily, so easily in fact, that some of the staff even plan to do the 1958 Kangaroo. Between crop- ping pictures, calculating proportions, writ- ing copy, pasting up, and processing pictures, none have had time to do more than think, with longing, of the day it would all be overg and now that the day has come. Those bea- tific smiles of joy they Wear are only the outward signs of genuine pride in a job well done. CLARA MARIE CORNWELL Art Editor , 4 7 QQ 4 3 3, 434294 MYRON DAVID HOLMAN Associate Editor ,f li 0 ll 5 fix 1 g my 'Zf- eg 'Q aa a 'r , g ' AA Afsa-ik' 0 'L' nl 6 f? LM 5 i II X , - , , v fr J MORTON WALKER Advisor CHARLES TRUDGEON Dental School Representative .MK ,W abil. 'INXS- g ,,x 2 'If sf 1.1 . . On any staff there are people who are not editors, not salaried, or in any other Way generally recognized. As editor I would personally like to thank each and every one of them. Their total contribution has been a vital factor in making the 1957 KANGAROO what it is. Jerry Dixon has been a reliable and untiring Worker, staying many nights until 1 a.m. Writing copy, proof read- ing, and Working on the index. Then there is Nancy Ciesler, who helped set up the times and places for group pictures and typed copy. In cleaning up the last details of a few difficult pages the staff also had the help of Betty Flanagan. For assistance in the Playhouse We had the able talents of Joe Gregg at our command. Joe not only helped us in the Playhouse sec- tion but also branched out into writing miscellaneous copy and helped on paste up. Again I want to thank these unpaid, unrecognized in- dividuals and all the other myriads of people who donated their time to the "little things." UNIVERSITY NEWS Published weekly for the stuclents of the University of Kansas City Kansas City, Missouri Member Af? 00 f ACP ,205 '37 ICP 40 '-.AER 'ls ' ass Editor Ron Johnson Associate Editor Business Manager Jim Wilson Jim Job Assistant Editors Advertising Manager Johnny Green - Kenny Ward Ed Hill SPORTS EDITORS-Harry Gallaher, Ray Muckenihaler. SOCIETY EDITOR-Joann Johnson. CARTOONIST-Dave Holman. COLUMNISTS-Jim Job, Paul Jones, Larry Goetz. l CORRESPONDENTS-Margaret Windmuller, Businessg JoAnn Oppenheimer, Educatijong Sue Harris, Music: Bob Jones and Shelby Highsmith, Lawg Ph y Dann O HSOU, BFFUGC . " STAFF REPORTERS--Bill Gormly, Roland Miller, Lothar Krause. TYPISTS-Marilyn Beck, June Hyatt, Nancy Sue Lebrecht. ' PHOgOGIgAPHERS-Gary McCoy, Bob Campbell, Kenny Ward, Mike Onfa . The editorial policy of the Univergffy News represents the opinion of the Univergify News solely and does not reflect in any manner the policies of the administration, faculty or Sfucleni Council of the University of Kansas City. JAMES WILSON Associate Editor JOHN GREEN Associate Editor During its many years of publication, never has the University N ews, the campus weekly newspaper, faced as many problems as it has during the current year. The first editor resigned, the pictures for one issue were stolen falong with the second editor's carJ , and the paper as a whole has been subjected to a serious staff problem, and has faced a generally lethargic attitude among the students. Although a capable editor, Bob Hatfield was forced to resign his position in December because of a conflict of time threatening his grades. The last issue was then edited by Kenny Ward, who was appointed acting editor by the Student Publications Board. At the beginning of the second semester, Ron Johnson was appointed editor. Mr. Johnson, who was also a cor- respondent for the Kansas City Star, undertook his new post with vigor. He changed policy Where he felt neces- sary, and made several technical changes which added considerably to the U-News' readability. All in all, Mr. Johnson has done an excellent job, particularly on the editorial sideg he has looked into most phases of life at KCU with a probing and unbiased editorial eye. How- ever, our Mr. Johnson has not been without his problems. He has had difficulty in getting complete co-operation from the student body, and has, on several occasions, put the newspaper out with only the assistance of his three most loyal staff members, associate editors Jim Wilson and John Green, and business manager Jim Job. Added to these problems were difficulties with the printer, and the theft of a large portion of the Homecoming issue In spite of these many obstacles, Ron Johnson has put out a newspaper that is definitely a credit to both himself and his staff. 4 M, ,H -... -,,.,.,,,,,.,. , ,,1f!,,K 4 - Y , 1, p A, , H, ,, --,,,,, ff W, A ,, -,..f,- -,,f, f --.---,, V --H......,,-.......--:-,...:-....4- ...- Y A . i A I ls 71 i Y 1 I 1, 'I Y li i N 1 L x W Z, 5 I r p all , W5 if W ' 1 T1 v'x EE' :ig QU, 'ff A 1 N H 4155 fl W :Aix -'MI i. V 3? i l H A 'Ii 5 JS l+ X A i l i. F ,1 Q a ,rig ! H25 U ff, al 2 My w H Q " 1 i 1, gi '11 Wk E wx iq xi 1'. 4 1. 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K, 1 pu r .cu 1 X 1 " fi'Q':1- , .1 ' 1 . 1 , 2- """""' ' - A ., . ,.,, WL. , ,, , . .........,,........-,.. ixfiu,-1. p I r I A Sen- ctivi- duca- Vice- ' ldent -H el- T and Now X JE S 5' 1 1 f, s J z.. ,, f ,f Sl.,-se., . , ,l,, , W. ml-E XWWA 2 4 ff YN. 4? ,mW , uf wWJf,14,i 'f effrrm ,. , , ,V f J C i 27 V Maxi. 12 - A LEW A ,Z .1--,fr , .. .1 ffslwtf lm xi iw-. Wagxfie lizifz gre- V sn enior, n Ap- T and ssist- .s had Bas- duate llege, PHILLIP HOUX, Senior, Law. In addition to many activities- Board of Governors, Student Council, Law Review, Moot Court, Chairman of Legal Aid Clinic--he has received the scho- lastic honors of Dean's List and Bench and Robe. JOHN MORAN, Senior, Law. The Outstanding Graduate of 1957 as selected by Phi Delta Phi, he is also on the Dean's List and Bench and Robe, besides being on the Board of Governors, Moot Court, Law Review, and Clerk of Phi Delta Phi. JOANN JOHNSON, Junior, Pharmacy. A few of her many activities include Vice-President of Sigma' Beta, President of Pep Club, Cheerleader, Secretary, Panhellenicg Student Council, Secretary, Apothelceg Secretary- Treasurer, National Student Am. Pharmaceutical Association. JAMES D. LEA, Senior, Dental. He was Vice-President of his Junior Class, and Rush Chair- 33,1- ' ' 4.0" man of Xi Psi Phi, in addition to being Instructor in the Human Anatomy Laboratory. TEDDY MILLER, Senior, Phar- macy. A few of his activities include President of Alpha Phi Omega, Chairman of American Chemic'al Society, American Pharmaceutical Association, German Club, Judge in Student Court, Orientation, Publications Board. ROBERT T. MORRISON, Sen- ior, Dental. The recipient of an Appointment in Orthodontics, and the Leon Kramer Memorial Award for Outstanding Fresh- man of Phi Rho Chapter of Psi Omega. He was President of his Sophomore Class and Rush Chairman of Psi Omega. JAMES T. JOB, Junior, Arts and Sciences. Some of his many outstanding activities are Presi- dent of Delta Chi. Secretary of Student Council. Business Man- ager of the U-News, Torch and Scroll, Treasurer and Pledge Trainer of Bounders, President, Omicron Delta Kappa. LES NIGRO, Junior, Pharmacy. Some of his outstanding activi- ties include two years on the Student Council, one of which as Vice-President, the Freshman Steering Committee, Alumni Secretary of Delta Chi, Business Manager of the U-News. A TW: QQNQQ5! 'f3 L , QXSQSRQES' J PHYLLIS CAROL OLIVE, Sen- ior, Arts and Sciences. Some of her activities are President of Torch and Scroll, Treasurer of Delta Alpha, President, Vice- President of German Club, Presi- dent of Chilco, President, Treas- urer of Sigma Alpha Iota, A Cappella Choir. 235 'suihi' JOSEPH M. STEVENS, Senior, Business. A few of his outstand- ing activities are President of the Business School, President, Vice President, Treasurer of Delta Chi, Student Council, Treasurer of Inter-Fraternity Council, Justice of Student Court, General Chairman of Orientation. QW" , BLAINE PENNINGTON, Sen- ior, Arts and Sciences. Some. of his many activities include Vice- President o K.C.U. Plai ers f J , Orientation Group Leader, and parts in many Playhouse produc- tions, including "Murder in the Cathedral," "Don Giovanni," "The Tempest." SYLVIA ANN POE, Senior, Education. A few of her activi- ties are Secretary of the Educa "1" L" tion School, Secretary of Teach- W" ers Now Training, membership in Delta Alpha, Panel of Ameri- cans, A Cappella Choir, Sigma Beta, and various Student Coun- cil Committees. DON E. ROBINSON, Senior, Dental. Receiving Appointments in the Departments of Endodon- tics, Periodontics, Radiodontics, Diagnosis and Operative Den- gigtistry, and a Pedodontic Ap A' pointment at Children's Mercy Hospital, he was active in Psi Omega, and Business Manager of the '56 "Bushwhacher." SHARON MAE TOWNSEND, Senior, Education. Her outstand- ing activities include President of Teachers Now Training, Vice- President of Education School, Delta Alpha, State Secretary of Missouri Future Teachers, Stu- dent Council, Steering Commit- tee. JOHN R. PERRY, Senior, Busi- ness. Some of his outstanding activities include Treasurer of Student Council, Vice-President of Business School, General Chairman of Orientation, Pub- licity Director of Nu Rho Psi, Treasurer of Delta Chi, Vice- President, Senior Class. f, gf , . 4, 1 I DONALD TURRENTINE, Jun- ior, Business. A few of his many activities are Chairman of Stu- dent Council Social Committee: President, Secretary of Tau Kappa Nu,' Secretary of Tau Kappa, President, Inter-Frater- nity Council, Student Councilg Chairman of Red Carnation Ball. ,y f ' A-ann-wir " ---H:-. WX.. . . , Wu, ., V , , - .. , v .-1-V - ,f-1-if-J - ,.,. , .-V , Q., , . , ..-Y Y :75:,, ---- Y,,,.-- -- , ,,,a-- --ff.,.4., --gm... ..., ,,,,...-......., ..., ,...... - ...bf ,.... v:v,,...A- . - .- .. . BENCH and ROBE 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 welfare of the University of Kansas City School of Law. A candidate must be in the up- per ten percent of his class, have twenty-four credit hours of residence and sixty credit hours of professional courses in the School of Law. Judge Arthur J. Mellott is this year's honor initiate. Bench and Robe's annual dinner will be held May 3. 1 AND ROSE Q amen E Raimi L Ewan lvkillqg 62 our ,Emu lfozwit? 60125 uz 11211, OWETJ ,gay john .Q lffozan FRESHMEN George A. Ausman, Jr Ralph R. Behnke James D. Boyer Daniel C. Carbaugh Joseph R. Caskey Ronnie S. Cockrell Jerry L. Dickson Laura E. Fisher Mary C. Fox . Fontaine E. Freeman Larry J. Ginsberg David A. Grisafe Leo K. Hammond Hollis H. Hanover Sue M. Harris Robert H. Hodge Robert D. Hutton Marianna Joerg Sandra F. Kibbee Marian L. Mains . Carol Lee Mallette Fereydon M ansouri Marshall N. Myers Sheila Ann Norton A Khosrow Parsa Nancy Lee Poos Hazel Jo Reed Keytha K . Sharp Franklin Stearns Andrey W. Steck Joseph M. Swarner Philip D. Walton Bob A. West DEAN ' LIST The Deans' List is.a scholastic honor, based only on grades, given to the highest ten percent of each class in each of the undergraduate schools of the University. SOPHOMORES David K. Benson Jack Blevins Robert F. Brown Merlin G. Bruner Charles E. Cantwell Park C. Chambliss Carolyn Dickson Sherry Estey Melvyn N. Freed Paula Goodman Joseph P. Gregg Bonnie H oleman June L. Hyatt Elsa M. Ingels Dwight T. Maxwell Gary D. Pound Michael J. Rosen Kenneth E. Salyer Hratch K. Sarian George M. Schaefer Jack R. Stanfield Allan S. Takase James W. Walker J UN IORS Charles E. Byrne Flora A. Crawford Harold W. Eickoff Mary Alice Gensor Charles D. Hayward Allan M. Hurst Joann J. Johnson Harry T. Kelly Janice Kloster Anthony S. McGrath Jerome J. M indrup Harry Roger O'Neal Ross A. Padgham Virginia L. Pearce Dorothy Reed Homer T. Riggs John E. Rynard Thomas E. Sims Helen L. Stevenson Marlene S. Warkoczewski Blanche E. Webber Thomas B. Williams Jesse R. Willis Virginia Young SEN IORS Charles N. Bono Elizabeth S. Campbell Elizabeth M . Chamberlin Irene D. Clarke William D. Daly James W. DeWitt William L. Fogo, Jr. James L. Gant Virginia R. Krogsdale Charlotte Larr Gordon Ragle Richard Stipe Sharon Townsend Robert H. Wright 221 i 1 222 SEATED: Sharon Townsend, Mrs. Christine H ogin, Faye Glenn. STANDING: Sylvia Poe, Ruth Gilchrist, Shirley Anderson, Barbara Carter, Marcia Speer Snooh. fl W3 I ella: OFFICERS RUTH GILCHRIST ................................... ................ P resident BARBARA CARTER ........... ...--.------------- S ecretafy - PHYLLIS OLIVE ................... ............----.----- T reasufef ANN NIGRQ -,,,-.,--,,.,....,,,--,,,,,,,, ..,.,.,, S ergeant-at-AI'mS MRS. CHRISTINE HOGIN ....... ....... F acuity AdV1S0f A Delta Alpha is the Senior Women's leadership society on fthe campus. These young Women have been chosen the outstanding le de ' a rs among Women at KCU. They were chosen for high stand- ards of character, scholarship and leadership. ff 1 f X 0' of 9 5 x N53 x W4 sh nz fwfru f W W QM. PA UPSILON W4in'h'F'2?'.2z , Omicron Kappa Upsilon is the Dental Honor Fraternity. It Was founded. ln North- western University Dental School to promote a high degree of scholarshlp. Tyvelve per cent of each g aduat ng class may be eligible to rece've th key of mernbersh p on the basis of high scholast c stand ng superior clin cal prepartion and desirable per sonal qualif cations. Q 11 fU'4'.' Lx ,A..,.,: gonph g on Toomey pon fd IQ 06015 on getty peril Hickey fe.4lie ieeymgncf furrow! kicker! fee .gmith i keno -qqttkuptw-Hklvin, gt. glade: Qfmgzgge ufffiamfon yodhiteitap Ogate kennetk Zgfe -ffeacf 7-'zecftie ujene efatit koeett 'nite ,fefenaf fggfatt .yeott immie ,fee -qqndeuon 9 W RC Jo Bo SA BE DI DI DI th pl re. of -' - 'iff-.., - - f , , - -V , , W ,. ,, - Y-' ' '--' ' f -,-- '- -W f - .4-V-.4---.-Av ----...., .-.,... ,,,,,,.,..,.,. ., ,.,. ..,. , . ,mn Y M H 1 40 N11-fi , ,X 1 1 2 f Q , X 'Y x 'if hx: n .fm V Q- si ,- K 25 1 XM x , . ' . x N ' vu.. .,., W gw w.. ww 'Hi l 'f 4 15-.-.... f - , , . . fx iz. 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Orientation week, with 1tS work and play, new friends and old, questions and answers, name badges and steamboats, was ' ' ' ht. chmaxed by the skits and dance Saturday mg Under the tireless, faithful leadership of John Perry general chairman, and Sarah Sappington and Jim Job, co-chairmen of group leaders, and the many many other people who spent long hours in plan- E H' d executing the intricate details that spell ff 1ng an Orientation, some 500 new students were introduced ' t t d their N l to every phase of campus l1fe and s ar e School days at K.C.U. feeling anything but strangers to the University. X l X . l M 1 4 , f - -15.51- 4 f 92 5 ,' 251 f 1 Q 'N I lay in 'F-tm' 1 , K V' -5 W kuxf , f A3 K,-.-V fx Q -.- .XX fy f fu- ,......-A -f x...f , Q ,ffxafi X15 N: 3 2 gk! I Nk jdxk fix 2.1 k N X J -.Amr ..- ,V HM 'LVMIR Qui N22 2 .,.isX'iLlfX21 ffavwx- 3 swf ks 'N 2 1 ' . Mt, kwx- L... L...--f K- f .1 vm 5 4 ff' .., , 5 3 1 ' ' s . , ...x... g ' 4 "T . f f L QI vs X . 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Z L . BASKETBALL RECORD CKCU TOTAL SCORES IN FIRST COLUMNJ Grandview .... Electro-lux ...... K. U. Medical-- Alumni .......... Rockhursi ...... --------DrUry Central ,......... Graceland ...... William Jewell Mo. Valley .... ---.-.--Lincoln William Jewell --------Emporia STaTe -.----.-William Jewell Drury .........,.... Fort Hays ........ Sierling .......... ---------Emporia STaTe Ceniral .......... Mo. Valley .... -----.---Tabor -----.-.Park -.-.-----STerling -------.-ForT Hays --.--.---USAF ---.-.--Park Rockhursr ...... ,4w"""'+. , . s' X - . .. 1 E X ' until Q .5 3, A . QT ' 'G A +16 .D -Q 1 rr' UN if x . 2 1 X , 'Ei .W Hide CNAME1 R. Ragland ....... B. Morgan ....... W. Fair ........ J. Haines ...... J. Fair ....... B. Brazil ..... C. Cord ........... D Marri6'r'r ..... B. Einar ........ J. Reid .......... R. Bayless ....... D. Andrews ..... T. Waffs .............. B. Giarrapulo ....... QFIELD GOALS1 QFREE rniaovvsp QTOTALQ 121 116 358 115 119 349 108 118 334 65 80 210 62 53 177 55 40 150 40 26 106 13 32 94 25 26 76 24 18 66 20 24 64 9 30 48 10 15 35 7 20 34 5 WWWW W gf 9 X X yn, 3550 Le! Q, f i- '5- p? fx . --.. .,. 5-"--I-'1,, .-.qv - - fi-?,,, ---- - -v- V , - H V Y 77, --.W who R V YAAA W . . ' 'H' ' ' f '- ' ' ' H" ' 'Y - Y :ff--W ""'f' - ---'-Y'-"--"' ---:f---0'nf-11:-y-m..........,.. ,.,...-, - ....... .-,-. .. ,. .. .. .. .. .. s Y., -1 , A V Y W YYY W- W V W , l x ff f ,M 9 X, X 1 1 4 1 MW i,!, h ., W fs' X dv f Q , in Af Xf x My 9 ' ' vm, gp d ' H , , , Q EXW l ivy, I df if ' ff X frffff Z X Q 1 fm. x 1 'wwmk 5 ' W gf' iff . Q gy 2 , M, if , . wfrsv Ms ,1 f ,M off. ff fs WSL, f ,, , V , .113 'lf' W' X H! I A fgfjrqvf ' f nf, I, l 'Qi E ' 2 . -fn, Q: AWK, , A X f f 1 Yi . A 1' l Wy, m ay IX, Y" !?"l'q3' . :if 'X v , G V, 3 , GULF ,Ac ,vw . -gf' ' 'Q x lf u 1 I VW 7 ,T ll N .. if 1' l I J' In ... --fT.L ." X I X , 1 LX , A I. H E I ll!! A-,-,w -: l U 1 lv 9. H l- ' "' C I , 1 5. f A M -M X-.H X u I A Y I Q-A ,v ' i'a':4--...-,..,,, , ,' V, The fugutives from the PGA, the KCU golf team, started their season against William Jewell College in the midst of a snow storm. After this rather un- pretentious beginning the team took second in a triangular meet with Kemper and Kansas City Jr. College. All in all the team has goodbalance and l t f ex erience with Clint Hendrlcks showing p en y o p the way on the KCU squad. The balance of the team includes Walter Thomas, Jones, and Robert Hodge. Chuck Hamilton, Roger x 8 l P K I Xl j we fl gs i 1 --114. Z ,. 5 v I 1 V1 ri , 1 l X s v gi 4 I P f w i I , . 1 A W i N A W H lg - is 1 21 1 X , If y 4 II IE' K: fl L lm. 4 W! i l 15 K., 15 if NL 122 we JEL 1 lii ,sf L U U ,w-I 1 I-, ' 1 di 1 i w by E 31,4 fwffm 'fd - 2 -W4 9,4 W , f' f F102 ' A ff ROW 15 Jeanne Humbel' 15, Jess La Puma. ROW 2: Bob Waller, Shura, Saqopington. EP T OFFICERS JEANNE HUMBERT ......................,...,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, P resident JESS LA PUMA ................... ......... V ice-President SARAH SAPPINGTON ....... ..,..,...,,.., T reasurer BOB WALLER ................... ................,.... S ecretary HARRIET HARD .......... ....... S ergeant-at-Arms The Pep Club, as its name implies, has as its main purpose the stimulation of school spirit, specifically the backing of the KCU Kangaroos, our basketball team. The club was organized three years ago and has been extremely active ever since..This year they red e rallies sold concessions at the basketball games, sponso p p , . helped choose the cheerleaders and provided the heart of a solid cheering section at all the home basketball games. 271 Y Ps- ..-.. if X X f x M , f W ' ., 7f?2f?MiQ?ff' ' , K .. C 'V' ff Q xg? 1 , -2 my f Y HP! Z f iff. E -' , f uw? ' - x A N' ,, X 7' 7' ,lm QQXV ' . Jwsfff'-J T I . 4, . X f 1611" M f f 1 , V !'h ' M 4.9-,iq I if f 9 + if Je' Au 'MQW ' 5 .K , FQQNYTJQZ , ,, , X A fe ww N . Zi,zffiff'i AU! wif . T Janice Leonard, Rosie Lytte, Site Masters, Harriett Hard, Margo Ellis, Carol Eqjkogt, fThese girls have been engaged in Bum Friday Recreationj if ieffbwflgif Ti ,. '- vu ' Faris-'-uw r we ' .f-' mfr- 1 il fc J . . 2 OFFICERS ROSIE LYTLE ............ .............,..,....,.,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,-,,,, P 1' egident LINDA CURETON ........ ,,,,,,,, V ice-President t HARRIETT HARD ....... ,....,.,,., S ecretary SUE MASTERS ................ ....... T reasurer JANICE LEONARD ......... ......... P ublicity MRS. ARNY ................... ........ F aculty The Women's Recreation Association organizes women's intra- mural sports on the University campus. Among the sports offered I ' ' ' d t basketball, volley p are plngpong, tennis, badminton, aerial ar s, - ball, bowling, archery, and bridge. Five members make up the W. R. A. Board a regulating council. 273 i "1 41 ,-.- WI 5 f 'ffm'-if' '-u.-.......1-311-.-..............., .M -1--.-,.......-...4. . ,v F.- X x 13 N? My -. A01 . fr..- iii' My ev. fjlvg P I I II II I 1 Il II I I I I I I I I I I I I I, I I , LI I I I I I I I I I I I, I I I L I I un? x In w I , 14' - I 4? H-A fm ml an's List : Chemical 5ary Edu- uior Class Lin Soror- ,, Mu Phi tion Com- e: Chair- rientation Cappella iness Ad- :ran's Or- f Commit- J Commit- ?ducation. from Cen- nics. Ger- 'y Educa- Training ,' yy. Who's i, Partici- Cho Chin, esentative, CHAMRERLIN, JOANN, Education. Beta Zeta, P7f937Jd9Wf, Secretary, Social Pan-Hellenic Council Vice-President, French Club, Teachers Now Training, Bum Friday Skit Committee, Orienta- tion Group Leader, High School Day Committee, A Cappella Choir, Dance Decoration Committees. CRISPIN, ETHEL VIRGINIA, Sociology. Torch and Scroll. CROSS, ALBERT DEAN, Pharmacy. Dean's List, Rho Chi, President, American Pharmaceutical Association. DALY, WILLIAM DEAN, Pharmacy. Dean's List, Rho Chi, Vice-President, American Pharmaceuti- cal Association. ERICKSON, LOWELL J., History and Government. Dean's List, twice, Torch and Scroll, Omicron Delta Kappa, Who's Who, President, Student Council of the All Students Association, Presi- dent, Liberal Arts College, President Liberal Arts Secretariat, President, Senior Class, College of Arts and Sciences, Student Council, Councilman- at-large, Delta Chi History and Government Club, program chairman, Rounder Fraternity, Cosmo- politan Club, Co-chairman, Fall Frolic Commit- tee, Co-chairman, Orientation Committee, Student Representative on Faculty Committee on Extra- Curricular Policy, University Center Planning Committee, Editor, U-News, Campus co-ordinator for National Student Association, "Arthur and the Magic Sword," "The Doctor In Spite of Him- self," Delegate to National Students Association National Congress, 1955, 1956, Regional Assembly, 1955' Dele ate to Associated Collegiate Press , Q Conference, 1955. FULTS, JON HARDY. Education. Participation Award, School of Education, Teachers Now Training. GILCHRIST. RUTH, Elementary Education. Delta Alpha, Who's Who: Pan-Hellenic Council, Sec- retary. Treasurer: Chiko, President, Vice-Presi- dent, President. School of Education, Teachers Now Training, Vice-President: Student Council Representative, Chairman. Bum Friday Queen Contest, Co-chairman. Talent Show, Co-chairman, Fall Frolic Barbeque: Committee on Committees : Who's Who Committee: Orientation. Group Leader, Campus Clues Panel, Chairman, Skit Con- test. GOODBRAKE. BEVERLY ARLENE. French. Torch and Scroll. Vice-President, Sigma Beta. Sergeant-at-Arms, French Club: Teachers Now Training: Skit Committee for Orientation: Dec oration Committee for Bum Friday. ic Council, Committee up Leader, airman, 3 tramural of Ameri- Women's , Psi Chi, is and Sci- ntary Edu- .7 ow Train- 7". I --eh I I 111 l1II1I I I 11 11I1 I I Q11 I 11 I -I Im 111.I 1 'III1 1 11111 I IJIIIII I 1 H11 1 I 1 121 1II1I 1311 112 ' 11 'II T IIII HI 1. 11, II111 ,1g11III E 1IIII'1, 1. II Ii I- ' 1 II II - EEIIIII III IIIII' I IQIQI 311I'II 1 A IIII 111. . I ng, 1 1 11" I 4I" If-1 1 III I II1I I !11I I III1 1 72 I If 1 1 I . Ii I 1 I 1 II I I1 I I1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 I 1' 1 1 I 1 1 I1 II I 1 1 I . 1 II 1 I I I1 1 I 1f, 1 I ' " I I 1 1 1 1 1 I II 1 II 1 I I 1 1 I I I I 1:1'I I1 1'I 1 I 1 11 I I I I 11' I I 1 1 1' I I 1 A. I I1 II 11 1 1'. 1 I1 II 1I 11 II I., 11 1 I1 1 1 VI 1 1 1. I 1 11, I1 1 I NNI 15-11 ,IIIIII 1 1 .111 I1 111 I1Q1 I 1 I ,II 1113221 1 IIII 1 .ff I I II ,111 I I? IIIIII 'III I 1III:' 1' I ting. 1, Chi, .lpha,' wld," aittee, orts. I Law. , Stu- socia- wern- brian, I Fra- iation Radio ection Day , Law eview ninis- agres- o Psi, Dance ,ittee , Jews, Beta ztary, Club, 2, Ac- staf f , aation omics yaroo, etball L and Club, KROGSDALE, MRS. VIRGINIA R., Music. Dean's List, 5 times, Torch and Scroll, Mu Phi Epsilon, Treasurer, A Cappella Choir. LARR, CHARLOTTE, Psychology. Dean's List, Ger- Znan Club, Secretary-Treasurer, Phi Chi, Secre- ary. LETSON, FRANK C., Chemistry. Torch and Scroll, Dean's List, American Chemical Society, Presi- dent, German Club. MALLETTE, RICHARD WARREN, Music. A Cap- pella Choir, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Orchestra, Band Director, Opera Music Director Assistant, Director of Vocal Ensemble. OEKNIGK, HERBERT M., Psychology. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Young Democrats, Liahona, Pep Club, Psi Chi, Secretary-Treasure. OLIVE, PHYLLIS CAROL, German. Dean's List, Torch and Scroll, President, Delta Alpha, Treas- urer, Sigma Alphalota Scholarships, Who's Who, German Club, President, Vice-President, Chiko, President, Rush Captain, Sigma Alpha Iota, Presi- dent, Treasurer, Editor, A Cappella Choir, French Club, "Don Giovanni," Social Pan-Hellenic,' Pro- fessional Pan-Hellenic, Orientation Group Leader, Iota Sigma Trio. ' PENNINGTON, B. BLAINE, Psychology. Play- house Participation Award, Who's Who, K. C. U. Players, Vice-President, Orientation Group Leader, twice, "Simple Simon," "Romeo and Juliet,"' "Robin Hood," "Murder in the Cathe- dral," "The Nuremburg Stove," "Don Giovanni," "The Tempest," "The Circle," German Club, Psi Chi. PERRY, JOHN R., Marketing. Who's Who, Nu Rho Psi, Publicity Director, Student Council, Treas- urer, Delta Chi, Treasurer, School of Business s if , , ' ' " :iz 1 i N Q, X - . 6 wi 2 XR X as-wx -. 3 I M f . Vice-President, Chairman, Orientation Commiti tee, Chairman, Finance Committee, Chairman, Student-Faculty Relations Committee. Snr' .W 564594-. WYE? 'H , ,. , , 4' ,fn-v-1 ,wsfffw 'fig ZW ,ff cas-- il'-fv:xg::ZJQ,, 'K s " W f ,f M 1 i ' ,1 'UA -v-'fifty . ' 'li' 4 k at 17" , 4 . fr QW! 'QM' ' 4 44 X 'WO X Oy,-2 . W, Q . f' ' 9' ,ws-, af1ffHfff'4..g2ruH',,,,.:ls,of1" N4 A f , W, . M, ffwf,-,..,,,,, ' 7 ' 'i 4 ' 'f ali 5.13524 V"4k.i igwg Q . ,ff aw .Q l"fig'f?? Qi' iirfu 4 POE, SYLVIA ANN, Elementary Education. Who's Who, Delta Alpha, Secretary, Education School Council, Teachers Now Training, Secretary ,' Panel of Americans, A Capella Choir, Sigma Beta, Co- Chairman, Publicity Committee, Homecoming, High School Day, Program Chairman, Bum Fri- day, Co-Chairman, Social Publications, Election Committees of Student Council. PRICE, DONALD R., Pharmacy. Intramural Bas- ketball, Football, American Pharmaceutical As- -sociation. REIDER, JOHN EDWARD, Chemistry. Intramural Sports. SHURE, DEBORAH, Elementary Education. Torch and Scroll, Secretary, Teachers noio Training, French Club, Treasurer, Orientation Group Leader, Kangaroo Class Picture Editor. SJOBLOM, ERNEST L., Pharmacy. American Phar- maceutical Association, President Kappa Psi,' Ori- entation Group Leader. 42-Qi' A.. V, I W, .,,,s -4 ymkrv' , ,. if 4 . K U' ,L H ,,f' lg . ,Z ,E Q ' -W , 'ZA at-V Q -4 4g , Way rf 'QW 1 ?'.'?'.!i!' yr 'Qui T' 7 .. , 4 . 'ef 4 .., - s-. is-'rc STEVENS, JOSEPH MICHAEL, General Business Who's Who, Participation Award in Business Ad- ministration and Student Activities, President, Business School Council, Delta Chi, President, Bounders, Vice-President, Treasurer, Sports Cap- tain, Pledge Trainer, Nu Rho Psi, Wardeng Inter- fraternitfy Council, Treasurerg N eurman Club, Pep Club, Orientation, General Chairmang U-News Reporter, Bum Friday, Fall Frolic Student Court, Orientation Committees for Student Council, Busi- ness School Social Chairman, Business School Representative to Student Council. STIPE, RICHARD D., Business Administration. Dean's List, tioiceg Nu Rho Psi, Vice-President, Student-Faculty Scholarship Committee, U-News Columnist. TOWNSEND, SHARON MAE, Elementary Educa- tion. 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Abbott, Richard A., 75,148 INDEX Blue, Mary, 141 Clark, Fredric, 63,224,215 Dickson, James E., 75 Dickson, Jerry, 111,130 Fox, M2 Fox, Rc France, Franco, 171 Fredricl Freed, Freema- Abshier, Patsy Ann, 88 Adams, Robert, 41 Adamson, Darlene, 153 Adamson, Kennth P., 75,152 Ahlvin, Jean Ann, 88 Ahlvin, Reno, 63,224 Alberici, Caroline, 92 Albright, Glen, 63,148 Albright, June, 149 Albright, Ivoree, 145 Allen, Dudley Constance, 1 Allen, Larry, 110 Allison, David, 167 Allmon, Bernard, 69 Alpha Epsilon Pi, 128 Altschul, Eugene, 41 ican Chemical Society, 154 Amer I Americ an Pharmaceutic al Board of Governors, 174 Bolen, Merlin, 164 Bond, Betty Jean, 142 Bono, Charles, 156,161,171 Bono, Joanne, 101 Boone, Mary Grace, 142 Botwin, Marlene, 101 Bouska, Donald E., 69,148 Boyce, James S. 81,148 Boyd, Robert, 146,225 Boyer, Alice Jean, 142 Bayer, Jim, 162 Bowdidge, J., 146 Clark, Norma Lee, 82 Claxton, James O., 75,133 Claxton, Nancy, 134 Clayton, Jack, 110 Clayton, Maty Ann, 88 Cleary, John, 171 Clement, Lemuel V., 82 Cleuland, William, 75 Clond, Kenneth, 78 Clowers, Churly, 154 Cochran, John, 92 Cochran, Marleen, 145 Cochran, Sherr 145 Bowen, Jim, 162, 171 Brackha n, Don, 105,130,14 Bradley, Philip L., 81 Brady, Bill, 101,129,175 Brandt, James K., 81 Brant, James, 152 6,215 y Cochran, Thoma's, 92,14o,143,144, 172 Coffman, Paul, 92 Coffman, Rita, 141 Coker, Dr., 137,151 Cole, Jerry Joe, 110 Assoc. 155 Anderson, Jack, 140 Anderson, Davie, 153 Anderson, Timmie, 63,224 Anderson, Samuel, 101,154,225 Anderson, Shirley, 101,125,222,215 Anderson, Vicki, 141 Angeli, Jack, 167 Anthony, Richard C., 95,140 Apotheke, 132 Arbon, Harold D., 69 Amdt, Wendell, 69,148 Amey, Dora, 41 Arts and Science Secretariat, 173 Astle, John, 63 Atha, Walter, 63 Atkins, David, 130 Auema, Marilyn, 134 Bagley, John N., 69 Bahr, Doris, 150 Bailey, Joyceln -Elaine, 88 Bails, Jerry, 157 Baker, Joanne, 41 Baker, Robert W., 81 Baldwin, Robert, 101,l38,167,171 Bratt, Arthur H., 110 Breedlove, J.W., 81 Brenizer, Ralph, 98 Brennan, Joe, 98 Breshears, Darrell, 63 Breshears, Helen Jean, 153 Breuninger, Hubert, 37 Bridges, Glen, 157,158 Brock, Richard Lee, 81 Brodbeck, Richard, 98,135 Brodie, Reginold, 140 Bronfman, Annie, 124 Brooks, Bobbi, 134 Brooks, Robert L., 81,133 Brown, Jerome, Brown, Jdohn V., 63,133 arry, 130 Brown, Brown, Naveta E. 89 Brown, Sharon Jane, 110 Brown, Wallace C., 41 Broyhs, Pat, 145 Brudlow, J. 133 Bruer, Beverly, 166 Bruner, Gayle, 137,155 Cole, Norma, 141 Cole, Richard, 95,140 Collier, Carl, 63 Colliver, Jerry, 110,129,172 Collier, Pat, 153 Compere, Lucille, 125, 168 Compton, Kent A., 82 Cona, Joseph, 98 Connelly, Marilyn, 110 Conner, Frank, 111 Conner, Dalton H., 63 Conner, Kathy, 153 Conrad, Bill, 137 Conrad, Mike, 111,129 Cook, Arthur, 42 Cook, Robert, 92 Cook, Rowena Jean, 89 Cooper, Daniel L., 70 Cooper, Jack, 92 Cooper, Phyllis, 145 Cordry, Beverly, 101 Corley, Elizabeth Ann, 89 Comelius, Melvyn, 146 Cornwell, Clara, 1,181 Cottin ham Sam 130 Ballew, Donald A., 75,133 Balsamo, Charles, 69 Baptist Student Union, 168 Barboa, Charles U., 81,152 Barcley, Joan, 124,159 Barkett, Phillip, 81 Barlet, Doyle R., 69 Barnes, Thomas H. 69 Bruner, John, 138 Bruner, Leroy, 137,155 Bruns, Tom, 155 Budd, John W., 75 Burdick, Harold, 42 Burgess, James A. 75 Burgio, Vincent, 110 Burke, Jerome, 98 Burnstein, David, 127,128 E 1 1 Coulas, George, 138 Cowan, Larry, 164 Cowan, Pat, 164 Cowles, Louise, 136 Cox, F. C. 70,133 Cox, Harbord, L., 70 Cox, Robert, 143 Creason, Junior, 111 Barnett, Barnett, Barrett, Barrett, Barrow, Barrow, Barrow, Dr. John, 32 Sandra, 156,162 Francis, 132 Frances, 155 Don, 75,152 Melinda, 153 Tom, 110 Bartelsmeyer, Jerry, 69 Bartheld, Pat, 134 .Bartheld, Robert, 69,133 Burrows, Lesilie, 63,224 Buschman, Dr., 225 Business School Council, 175 Bustard, Robert E., 81 Burrows, Leslie, 215 Butterweck, John, 81,133 Byrd, Lamar A., 69 Byrne, Charles, 151 Bynum, Theron, 110,130 Cadoiser, Renata, 157 Crebo, Nancy, 88 Crain, William, 162,223 Crain, Mrs. William, 124 Crawford, Flora Anne, 225 Crim, Jerry, 130 Crispin, Virginia, 101 Crook, Jerry, 70,152 Cross, Albert, 101,151 Crumley, Robert, 98 Crummett, William, 146 Bartush, Susan, 101 Basgall, James, 143 Bassett, Thomas M.,. 75,133 Battle, Vic, 171 Baughman, Robert, 101 Bautts, B. J., 69 Beck, Marilyn, 110 125,l Beck, Wallace E., '75 Bedell, Barbara, 101 Belmke, Ralph, 110 Beile, Fred, 41 71 Belan, Edward, Jr., 95,144 Bell, Vivian, 142 Bellairs, Colleen, 164 Bellinger, Barbara Ann, Belzer, Ronnie, 105 Bench and Robe, 220 89 Bender, Edwina, 158,225 Benedict, Percy, 1 10 Benelli, Patricia Sue, 89 Benson, Bennie, 69 Benson, Dave, 154 Benvenuto, Anthony, 110 Berbos, Dona, 134 Berbos, Thomas, 63 Berger, Peter W., 69 Berry, Betty, 153 Berry, Jack F., 63 Berthon, Bernadine Le., 142 ohn, 140 Calahan, J Callender, Dave, 81 Callender, Norma, 134 Callender, Richard, 81,133 Carvert, Richard, 81 Campbell, Jerry, 129 Campbell, Joseph, 110 Campbell, Raymond, 81 Campbell, Ruby, 136 Canterbury Club, 169 Cappon, Alexander, 42 Cardwell, John, 98 Caresio, Joe, 92 Caresjo, Vivian, 141 Carlyn, Don, 38 Carnes, Professor Charles, 42, 92,142,223 Carnes, Mrs. Charles, 142 Carpenter, Richard, 63 Carr, Don, 95 Carr Stanle 63 Y Carter, Barba'ra, 1o1,123,125,166, 222,215 Carter, Clayton D., 101 Carter, Harold G., 69 Carter, Jim, 69 Carter, Niel, 170 Castellani, Maria, 42 Castles, William, 69,133 Cummins, Donna, 153 Cummins, Howard, 75 Cummins, N., 152 Cureton, Linda, 126 Curtis, Gerald D., 75 Curtis, Jean L., 111 Davison, Mabel, 225 Dahl, James, 92,,135,163,174 Daily, LaVone, 92,174 Dalker, Jim, 129 Dalton, Patricia, 125,139 Dalton, Standlee, 82,133 Daly, Albert, 151 Daly, William, 102,151 Daugherty, Oren, 155 Davee, Russ J., 75 Davis, Corinne, 153 Davis, Jane, 158,161,169 Davis, Milton J., 111 Davis, Ronald R., 75,152 Dairs, Sandra, 111 Deans' List, 221 Debators Club,156 Dedmon, Dwayne R., 111 Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Alpha, 222 Chi, 129 Sigma Delta, 133 Sigma Delta Auxiliary, 134 Theta Phi, 135 Bertram, Linda Sue, 110 Beta Zeta, 124 Bethards, Hugh, 101 Bevan, Robert L., 92,135,143,220 215 Bibler, Carol, 153 Bibler, Dana K., 75 Biggs, John, 169 Bihler, D. 152 Binkley, James, 63 Binkley, Shirley, 153 Billingsley, Audel, 63 Bishop, Hazel, 225 Blickenstaff, Wayne, 69 Bliss Robert E. 225 Blochy, Dean S. Wheadon, 36,172, 223 282 Caulfield, Cal, 101 Chamberlin, Betty, 101 Chamberlain, Joann, 101,124,165 Chapman, D. L., 92 Charles, Hugh, 137,155,223 Chase, Manning, 130 Chatfield, Claire B., 89 Charfield, Nadine, 168 Cho Chin, 125 Christensen, Keith, 146 Chuning, Vonne, 110 Ciesler, Nancy, 126 Claffey, Frank L., 70 Clark, Diane, 125 Clark, Donna, 153 Clarke, Dorothy, 136 Denison, Sondra, 111,124 Denney, Drew C., 70,133 Denniger, Peter, 63 Derfelt, Paul W., 75,152 De Vaux, Gene, 111 Deveny, Robert L., 70,152 De Vine, Eugene, 144 Devine, Mary, 145 Devins, Carol, 111 Dewell, Beatrice Mae, 88 Dewell, Douglas, 70,148 Dexter, Richard, 97 Deyoung, Wm. J., 64 Dial, Robert, 158 Dicken, Clyde, 111 Dickson, Carolyn, 132 Diesko, Richard, 158 Dillon, Lylia, 157 Dillsaver, Gwinn, 107 Dixon, Barbara, 145 Dixon, Charles, 95,144,148 Dods, Jo Anne, 141 Dods, John C., 92,140 Doerr, Carol, 111,126 Dolan, Terry, 137 Dollar, Truman, 111,156,168 Donnice, Peter, 111 Donovan, Gladys, 136 Dooley, Grace, 142 Dorn, Carroll, 162 Dorsey, Hugh C., 70 Dorsey, Joseph, 76 Dowgray, John G., 42 Doyle, Ron, 129 Draffen, Barbara, 107,126 Drake, Clarence, 76,148 Drake, Joe E., 64 Drake, Dr. Richard, 28 Drake, Wanda, 149 Driggs, Richard L., 82 Droll, Dr. Dudley, Margaret, 43 Duffilmeyer, Fred, 43 Dulsey, Dr. Bemard, 43,159 Duncan, Edith, 136 Duncan, Morris, 92 Dung, David K.H., 70 Dunkley, Richard, 70 Dunlap, Charles L., 82 Dunlap, Helen, 142 Dunn, John E., 70,133 Dunn, Kathryn, 134 Dupree, Torn 76 Easton, Dorothy, 165 Easy Chair, 158 Eckert, John L., 82,148 Eckert, Yvonne, 149 Edwards, Alice, 170 Edwards, Lois, 162 Ehrlich, George, 43 Eidson, James L., 70 Eisenbrandt, Dean Leslie, 34,151 Ekblaw, Dr. Sidney, 43,223 El Club Asturias, 159 Elledge, Waymon, 111 Ellis, Margo, 114,126 Elson, Richard, 37 Endicott, William, 64 Engelbrecht, John, 64,152 England, Don V., 82,152 England, Lon, 64,153 Engle, Earl, 76 Enoch, Duard W., 82,133,223 Eppinger, Howard, 130 Erickson, Lowell, 102,172,173,215 Essau, Eunice, 153 Essau, William R., 64 Estey, Sherry, 107,158 Evans, Earl Dean, 64 Faerber, Anna, 153 Faerher, H. J., 70 Fairbanks, "Ej." L., 76 Falco, Rose, 171 Falkner, Ann, 153 Farley, Gary, 168 Farmer, Anderine, 168 Fassig, Margaret, 136 Faulkner, Edward, 76,152 Felt, Roger B., 82 Ferguson, Harlan, 130,155 Ferguson, James, 107,130 Ferguson, Van, 82 Ferraro, Hal., 140 Ferraro, Sue, 141 Ferson, Frank AD., 82,133 Feuerborn, William, 76 Fuerborn, W., 152 Fichtner, Mercedes, 136 Fiddler, Charles, 43,140 Fike, Robert, 64,224,216 Filippo, Anthony San, 79,152 Filippo, Joan San, 153 Fisher, Elaine, 111 Fisher, Ethel Louaine, 89 Fisher, Richard, 102 Fitch, Mable, 142 Fite, Richard T., 82,133 Flanagan, Bettie, 125,139,147 Flatt, Wm. S., 70,148 Fleider, Devra, 107,159 Fleming, Charles, 98 Flemming, lla, 145 Floyd, Dean C., 76 Flueckinger, Sandra, 112,126 Foote, Mary Louise, 89 Fordemwalt, Florence, 136 Forrester, Frank, 112 Fortineau, Michail, 162 Foster, John D., 148 Fourtz, Homer E., 82 Fowler, Julia, 112 fContinued on following pagel Frick, Q Frick, 1 Friedle Friedm: Frost, 1 Frye, E Fulkers Fultz, 1 Fults, , Furbecl Gaines, Galbrez Galbrez Gale, 1 Gallagl Gallup, Gammil Gan gel Gant, J Garrisc Garrisc Gary, 1 Gasser Gasser Gatts, Genere Gensor Gentry, Gepfor. Gerrnar Gettig, Giarral Gibson Gibson Gibsor Gibsor Gibsor Gibsor Gibsor Gibsor Gibsor Gilberq Gilberi Gilchri Gililla Gillett Gilmor Ginsbe Givens Givens Glass, Glassc Glazer Glenn, Gochri Goldm Goodb' Goose Gordoi Grahax Grauli Gray, Gruenl Green, Green, Greene Green, Gerb, Gregg, Greim, Greim Grife, Grigst Grirne Griner Grisaf Groen: Gruenl Guilfo Gulicl- Gustai Guthri Haag, Hadde Haden Haden Hagge Haley Hall, Hall, Hall, Halpii Hamil Hamil Hamm Hamrz Hanitn Hann, Hannc Hard, Hardn Hardy Hardy Harge Harkil Harris 4,151 3 L73,215 52 147 26 J wing P88 95 Fox, Mary, 112 FOX, Robert M., 95,144 France, Charles C., 64 Fgalnco, Robert, 102,l27,130, 1 Fredrick, James D., 82 Freed, Melvyn, 107,128 Freeman, Wybert R., 82,133 Frick, Carolyn, 141 Frick, Vance, 92,140,215 Friedley, Richard, 76 Friedman, Bob, 128 Frost, William H., 70 Frye, Bruce A., 70 Fulkerson, Robert, 76,152 Fultz, Howard L., 64,148 Fults, Jon, 102,165 Furbeck, Bud Boyd, 70 Gaines, Ben P., 76,152 Galbreath, Jack S., 83,133 146, IND EX 1ContinuedJ Harris, Patricia, 142 Harris, Sue, 112,126 Hart, Lee, 112 Harvey, Fred R., 64 Harvey, Wayne L., 64 Haskell, Billy, 77 Hassig, Robert, 155 Hatfield, Bob, 129 Hatchett, Arlon, 77,148 Hatchett, Robbie, 149 Haugh, Jim, 102,216 Hayes, Mary, 145 Haynes, John I., 83 Haywood, Bruce, 138 Hayward, Charles, 225 Head, Kenneth D., 64,224 Hedges, Jane W., 113 Heimerich, Joyce, 153 Heimerich, , yle, 77 Heitz, Rudolph, 44 Jackson, Anne, 149 Jackson, Bill, 77 Jackson, Georgine, 134 Jackson, Robert, GU 77' 148 Jackson, Thomas A., 113 J0C0bS, Di'-1 JOSeph, F., 31 Jacobson, Olaf H., 65 Jacobson, Larry, 127,128,223 Jacobson Ral h 1 P 28 Jfiwbsonf Russe'11, 93,102,143,l44, 69,174 Jamerson, Joann, 113 James Keith, M., 113 Jamison, Frank, 113,130,161 Jensen, Jack J., 71 Jensen, Virginia, 134 Jeter, Eugene, 93 Jett, Jacques, 113 Jeweler, Michael, 102,138 Galbreath, Jill, 134 Gale, Lionel, 170 Gallagher, Harry, 167 Gallup, Roger C., 98,167 Gammill, Linda, 88 Gangel, Carl A., 95 Gant, James L., 151 Garrison, James, Garrison, Pat, 153 Gary, Floyd, 112 Gasser, Sandra, 132,155 Gasser, William, 155 Gatts, Gayle, 112,126 Generean, Art, 140 Genson, Mary Alice, 225 , Gentry, Kenneth, 112 Gepford, Lawrence, 97,140,143 German Club, 157 Gettig, Robert, 76 Giarraputo, Robert, 107 Heller, Harriet, 113 Hendersoi, Ben, 138 Henderson, John, 102, 175 Henderson, Ralph, 138 Henderson, Robert, Hendricks, Everett, 44 Hennington, Audie, 64 Herold, Richard W., 83,133 Herron, Nancy, 108,132,155 Hemandey, Joe, 171 Hess, Jo Ann, 113,125 Heuvelman, Arnold, 113 Hiatt, Alva E., 71 Hiatt, Phil, 130 Higa, Leslie H., 83 Higgins, Raymond, 92 Higgs, Marilyn Joy, 88 Highsmith, Shelby, 95,140,143 Highsmith, Wanda, 141 Hightower, Jill, 164 Job, Jerald W., 113,129,172 1019, Jim, 127129 172 173 21 1 1 , 7 85 Joerg, Marianne, 157 ' , ' Johns, Glenn, 39 Johnson, Alvin, 77 Johnson, Bruce, 71,167 Johnson, Charles, 83 Johnson, Dean, 93 Johnson, Donald, 77 Johnson, Dwane, F., 65 Johnson, Gerald, 77 Johnson, Joann, l05,l23,126,132, 217,172 Johnson, Phillip, 174 Johnson, Ron 102 16 183 ohnson I I 7' Ronald, 105, 130 J , Johnson, Belva Jo, 149 Johnson, Theron C., 83 Johnston, Dean, 93 Joice, Robert, 113 Jones, Earle, 144 Kramlich, Otto H., 72 Krause, Donald 77 , ,152 Krause, Lothar, 1o3,157,1ss,22s renzky, Frank, 93 Kreth, Evelyn, 149 Kreth, K. Kieth, 72,148 Kretsinger, Tom, 93,140 Krogsdale, Virginia, 103 , 139,225 Kross, Morris, 98,128 Kurtz, Dwaine D., 72,223 Laas, Martha, 124 Laas, William, 38 La Budde, Kenneth J., 38 La Brant, Lou, 45 Lackey, Dorothy, 114 Laffoon, Betty, 114 La Follette, Linda, 114,170 Lage, Lois, 105 Laing, S. George, 66 Lamb, Edward J., 84 Lamb, Kent, 154 Lambert, Paul Dean, 84,152 Lambson, Gordon O., 72,148 Lambson, Marge, 149 Lannington, Dorothy Van, 165 La Puma, Jess, 161,162,171 Lathrop, Bonnie, 134 Lathrop, William, 84,133 Latta, George H., 84 Lavery, Carole, 153 Lavery, Robert E., 84 Larr, Charlotte, 103,157 Larr, Sharon, 164 Law Review, 143 Lawless, James, 114 Laws, Martha, 114 Lawson, John, 98 Lay, Howard D., 93,144,220 Layson, Jan, 125 Lea, James D., 66,152,217 Gibson, Aulena, 134 Gibson, Daryle, 148 Gibson, Don, 158 Gibson, Douglas H., 76 Gibson, G. C., 71,133,148 Gibson, Gayle J., 83 Gibson, Darryle L., 83 Pats 149 Gibson, y, Gibson, Roberta, 149 Gilberg, Tilly, Gilbert, Clyde, 112 Gilchrist, Ruth, 102,l65,222,216 Gililland, Dean Charles, 33,175 Gillette, Guy, 130 Gilmore, Sara, 112,126 Ginsberg, Larry, 128 Givens, Connie, 71 Givens, Kenneth, 76 Glass, Marty, 165 Hill, B. J., 83 Hill, Ed., 129 Hill, Jeanne Humbert 125,162 Hill, Jane, 134 Hill, Ken, 129 Hill, Melinda, 126 Hills, Leon C., 65 Hinchman, Dpn, 98 Hinkle, Royce A. Hinman, Jackie Dell, 88 Hirashima, Edward, 71,133 Hirschman, Stuart, 95,140,143 Hoch, Stewart, 168 Hocott ames K. 83 J 1-1odgd5n, J. B., l,27,l30,l72,173,2l6 Hodge, Robert, 113 Hodgson, Richard, 113 Hoe, Isabel, 134 Hoe, Paul S., 65 Jones, Edward, 95 Jones, Dr., 152 Jones, Erbin, E., 83 Jones, J. Walter Jr., 95 Jones, Janice, 113,126 Jones, Paul, 129,161 Jones, Richard L., 83,223 Robert 98 144 Jones, , , Jones, Roberta, 145 Jones, Sidney, 134 Jones, Walter Jr., 95 Jorgensen, Myron, 45 Joseph, Richard, J., 65 Judy, Lon, 39 Juel, Joe, 113,130 Kamp, Richard H., 65 Kancel, Felix, 95,144 Kappa Beta Pi, 136 Kappa Psi 137 Lebron, Velazque z, 93 Le Cercle Francais, 162 Lee, Bob, 77,129,152 Lee, Ewell, 93 Leffler, Arlene, 108 Legal Aid Clinic, 163 Legal Dames, 141 Lehman, Carl Adin, 84 Leighty, Anne, 153 Leighty, Richard, 77,152 Leonard, Janice, l08,165,166,l6 Lerr, Art, 164 Lerr, Margie, 164 Lester, Tiera, 142 Letman, Malcolm, 93 Letson, Ann, 154 157 Letson, Frank, 103,154,157 Levick, Arnold M., 84 Levick, P addy, 134 Levin, Esther, 16 5 Glasscock, Norman, 64,148 Glazer, S. Morton, 98,140 Glenn, Faye, 222 Gochring, Ima, 142 Goldman, Morton, 44 Goodbrake, Beverly, 102,162,225 Goosey, George, 112 Gordon, Gerald S., 112 Graham, Nancy, 141 Graulich, Richard, 98,163 Gray, Dick, 162 Gruenberg, J., 133 Green, John W., 83,133 Green, John, 107,184 Greene, Norman, 92 Hofer, Paul Philip, 83 Hoffmans, Dolores, 88 Hoffman, Marvin D., 65,133,216 Hoffman, Skip, Hogin, Mrs. Christine, 36,123,l47, 222, 225 Holeman, Bonnie, 105 Holland, James, 154 Holman, Dave, 1,181 Holsman, Gale, 77 Honey, Dee. F., 71 Hood, Vitula, 168 Hoover, Donald R., 71 ' Home, George H., 65,216 Homer, Bill, 113 I Kan-, George W., 84 Katz, Arthur, 95,128,223 Katz, Kurt, 223 Katz, Mike, 128 Kazmierski, John, 84 Keay, Harold, 102 Keck, Helene, 136 Keller, Eldon, 93,135 Kellar, John J., 84 Keller, Loris, 136 Kellstrom, William, 102 Kelley, John, 95,143,174 Kelly, James, 220 Kell LK 71 148 Y - ' r Kelly: Thomas J., 71,152 Green, Verna, 134 Gerb, Cynthia Lou, 88 Gregg, Joe, 107, 170 Greim, Rex, 171 Greims, T., 152 Grife, Charles, 112 Grigsby, William R., 83,133 Grimes, Bill, 71 Griner, Fred, 112 Grisafe, David, 130,154 Groendes, Dorothy, 136 Gruenberg, John L., 71 Guilfoil, Daniel, 158 Gulick, Gary, 112,130 Gustafson, Frank, 64,148 Guthrie, Charles, 64,152,216 Haag, Beverly, 112 Hadden, Jane, 44,165 Haden, Jack, 76 Haden, Jeanne, 153 Haggerty, Bill, 154 Haley, Bernard, 98 Hall, Eugene, 140 Hall, Roland, 164,169 Hall, Mrs. Roland, 159 Halpin, Ed., 164 Hamilton, Beverly Jane, 89 Hamilton, Mary Ann. 125 Hammond, Keith, 225 Hamra, Bill, 76 Hanitchak, John, 44 Hann, John R., 76 Hannover, Hollis, 129 Hard, Harriett, 112,126,161 Hardman, John, 102 Hardy, Alfred, 95,140 Hardy, John, 129 Hargett, Ben E., 83 Harkins, Jerry, 140 Harris, Jess L-I 64,152 Horner, Robert M., 71 Horwitz, Lester, 143,220 Horowitz, Sybil, 113 Horseman, Eleanor, 142 Horseman, Elmer, 44 Hoskins, Charles, 130 Hough, Glenn, 71 Houx, Phillip, 92,l43,163,172,174, 217,220 Howe, Thomas, 83, 133 Howell, James Howell, Nell, 141 Hower, Ronald, 130 Huang, Bill, 155 Huang, Kuo Chuan, 102 Hughart, Wilbur, 102,130,175 Hughes, Charles W., 83 Hull, Mabel, 225 Hume, Allen, 105,130 Humphrey, James W., 92 Hunt, James, 77,152 Hunter, Dewayne, 65 Hunter, Jean, 153 Hurst, Allan, 146,225 Husted, Ronald, 105,138,167 Hutcherson, John, 130 Hutcheson, Ann, 149 Hutcheson, Vero, 77.143 Hutchison, BYPOH, 55 Hutton, Robert, 113 Huatt, June, 108,162,182 lhrig, Charles C., 65,148 lhrig, Margaret 149 Iliff, Sturat, 155 Ingino, Anthony L., 71 Ingram, John Rob, 651,148 lnterfraternity Council, 127 lrick, Harold Wm., 65 Jacka, Lenore K., 89 -,ik-,,,--,- ..., ....?.., .......-...... - Kelly, Vincent M., 65 Kemper, C. Sam, 71,148 Kendrick, Mrs. Robert, 145 Kendrick, Robert, 93,144 Kenepaske, Pat, 114,168 Kent, Joyce, 134 Kent, Robert F., 71,133 Kem, Betty, 102,124,156 Kerns, Elizabeth Jean, 89 Kerr, Whitney, 144 Kerwan, Kevin, 143 Kerwin, Claudia, 141 Keyser, Sue, 114 Kibbee, Sandra, l08,123,l25, Kiene, Randall L., 71,133 Kimball, Kenneth, 77 Kimball, Marilyn, 123,126 Kindsvater, Norma, 142 Kinemey, Eugene, 108 King, Mrs. Roma, 169 King, Roma, 45,158,169 King, Thomas, 1,103,130 King, Thomas E., 93,140 Kingsley, Eiliy Jg565 Ki s ey, ir y, Kiiilgpatrick, Earlene, 114,125 Kirkpatrick, Mary Allen, 134 Kirkpatrick, Ruben, 34 Kirwan, Kevin, 140 Kitterman, Thomas, 84,148 Knecht, Meta Ann, 139 Knez, Tom, 130,172,173 Knight, Jaquetta Bob, 39 Knudsen, Hem-ik A., 65 Koch, Harold, 128 Koch, Joseivhgfg? 142 Kossins, P , Kostelac, JOSGDYI .lf-f 95,144 Kraft, Herschel, 103 Kramlich, Helen, 134 154,157 Levit, Martin, 45 Levy, Dr. Solomon, 45,128,158 Lewis, Charles, 114,129 Liabona Fellowship, 170 Liebold, Virgil Limesfau, James D., 72,133,134 Linhart, Donald S., 84 Linville, Rosamond, 108,126 Litle, Pat, 149 Litle, William, 77,148 Litman, Malcolm A., 93,140 Louch, C. Vemon, 84 Lockhart, Vem, 162 Loudon, Jack, 84 Lohoefner, Don, 105,146 Logan, James, 164 Long, Carlie C., 72,148 Long, David, 103 Long, Earl, 98 Long, Rosalind, 149 Long, Virginia, 141 Lucero, Michael, 135 Lump, Oscar "Dum Dum", 160 Lum, P3111 R., 77 Lyman, Sam, 72 Lyon, John, 137 Lynch, Larry, 78,108 Lytle, Pat Lytle, Rosemary. 105.123.1175 MacCreary, William, 223 MacDonald, D., 153 MacDonald, Rod, 84 Machin, Martha FaY9f 89 Mack, Joe, 128,138 Macrobert, James A., 78 Magers, Malcolm, 98 Mahoney, Michel, 93 Mau, warren O., 114 Mallette, Carol, 114 Mallette, Richard, 103,145 Mallin, Gloria, 114,159 Malone, Judy: 153 Malone, R0b9l'f, 55 Manford, Donald, 114 Manheim, Emest, 46 Mankin, James D., 78,148 Mankin, Laura, 149 Manning, Carder, 146 Manning, ROY D-1 84 Mardock, Char1eS, 93 Mardock, Oscar, 93 Marks, Leonard, 154 Marschner, William M., 34,133 Marsh, Diane, 225 8 fContinued on following P8862 , , a 1 4 I ri i , Marsh, William, 99 Marshall, Jerry D., 85 Marteney, Jack L., 78 Marteney, Paula, 153 Martin, June, 103 Martiny, J., 152 Marvin, John, 115 Maryott, Manfred S., 78,148 Mason, Margaret, 142,147 Massey, John R., 85 Masters, Sue, 115,125 Mathews, D.B., 66 Mathews, Robert, 115,148 Mathiessen, Robert, 72 Matthews, Joe D., 78 Matthews, Maralee, 153 -Mauer, William, 99, 135 Mauro, Frank J., 72 Mawhirter, Philip, 72 Maxwell, Dwight, 165 Mayer, Bill, 167 Mayer, Lawrence A., 85 McAfee, Charles, 114 McBride, L. Dou las, 66 McCall, Doris, 159 McCalmon, Billie, 134 McCalmon, C.F., 138 McCalmon, Jack O., 72,133 McCormick, Leo L., 93,143 McCoy, Gary, 108,152 McClay, Milton L., 85 McCleve, ilohn, 114 McClure, ois, 114 McConnell, Bob E., 78 McCreary, Dorothy, 105 McCreary, Myma, 126 McCreary, Mr. William, 127 McDaneld, Dick, 129 McDonald, Dayton J., 78 McDonald, Susan, 153 McFarland, Harry, 85 McFerrin, Bruce, 99 McGath, Anthony, 151 McGinnis, Janice Kay, 89 McGrath, Anthony, 105,131 McGuire, D., 146 Mcllrath, Patricia, 45,171 Mclnemey, Phillip, 99 McKee, Jan Albert, 114 McKim, Faye, 136 McKinney, JamesF., 85 McLaughlin, Bill, 85 McLerran, Ira, 140 McPherson, Janet, 153 McPherson, Jerry, 129 McPherson, Robert, 85,152 McQueary, Myrna, 105 McShane, Edward J., 99,140 Meacham, Robert, 93 Mead, Jay B., 66,133 Means, Sondra Dee Meirs, Joanne, 153 Meiers, Richard E., 72 Melkus, H. Dean, 66 Menchetti, Robert, 72 Merbaum, Mike, 164 Meyer, Barbara, 149 Meyer, Frank W., 72,133 Meyers, Renate N., 157 Meyer, Donald K., 78,148 Meyer, Frank W., 72 Meyer, L., 152 Meyers, Edmund Leo, 72 Meyers, Jerry, 155 Meyers, Marshall, 128 Meyers, Opan, -153 Michaels, Shirley, 150 Mikinski, Marion, 93,135 Milam, Rose, 165 Milbum, Janice, 115 Miller, lliam 72 133 135,140 Wi ' 1 . . Miller, Ted, 103,155,217 Miller, Terry P., 78 Miller, Tess, 103,154 Millin, Steven, 140,174 Munn, Jean, 141 Mims, Claudia, 108 Minzey, Bill, 158 Misbach, Dr. Lorenz, 29 Mitchell, John 1., 115,129 Mitchell, Richard, 115 Mittleman, Jonas, 46 Miyahara, Edward, 72 Moberly, Jacob H., 78 Moffat, Ralph W., 78 Moll, Wayne, 115 Mullet, Rosemary, 123,124,169 Monahan, Patrick, 99 Monsees, A.H., 39 Montalbano, Phillip, 115 Moore, Frances, 136 Moore, W. Fred, 72,133 Moore, Dorsey J., 78,152 Moore, Jimmy, 161,169 Moore, Ron, 129 Moran, John F., 93,220,217 Morgan, George, 94 Mori, Albert, 73 Mori, Carlos, 140 Mori, Jerry, 141 Moroney, iune, 145 Moroney, eo J., 94,144 Morris, Jack, 155 Morris, hirley, 134 Morris, William R.. 66 284 INDEX icontinuedl Morrison, H. Ray, 73 Morrison, Lucy, 134 Morrison, Robert, 66, 217 Morrison, Walter, 66 Morrow, Allan, 97 Morrow Don H., 73 Moui, A., 133 Moum, Jerry, 115 Mouri, Sadayuki, 37 Muckenthaler, Edwin, 103 Mifd, S.F., 99 M ik, Charles, 105 Mulliken, Albert L., 133 Mullins, William, 99 Mulloy, Robert, 108,157 Munk, Albert J. Munoz, Verlyn, 142 Mu Phi Epsilon, 139 Murphy, Jack, 156 Murphy, Dr., 166 Murrison, Max E., 73,152 Myers, Marshall, 115 Myers, Mike, 130 Nakagawa, William, 66,133 Nasty, Grimworth, 160 Neale, Charles W., 66 Neel, Robert, 46,164 Neely, Florence, 46 Nelson, Hubert, 46 Nelson, Judith Gail, 89 Nesselroad, P., 146 Newby, Harry, 135 Newman Club, 171 Newton, Bob. 73,172 Nigro, Ann, 126,222 Nigro, Lester, 172,217 Northcutt, Jasper, 73 Norton, Sheila, 115,126,161 Novotny, William, 73 Noyes, Robert, 78 Nugent, Hugh, 95,140,143,158,171 Nugent, Marilyn, 171 Nugent, Mary Jane, 158 Nugent, Thad, 99 Null, Jack, 130 Nu Rho Psi, 138 O'Bannon, Chester, 129,146 Obatake, Paul S., 85,133 O'Dell, Lindi, 108,126 Oeknigh, Herbert, 103,164,170 Ogata, Yoshitaka, 66,224 Ogden, Edward, 115 O'Halloran, Vince, 97,140 Olive, Phyllis, 103,150,2l8,222 Olson, Allene, 165 Omicron Delta Kappa, 223 Omicron Kappa Upsilon, 224 O'Neil, Cathleen, 153 O'Neil, Durl W., 78,152 O'Neill, Luelia, 46,125 Oppenheimer, Jo Ann, 225 Orlove, Dee, 141 Orlove, Jack, 128,140 Orr, Marilyn, 153 Orr, Peter M., III, 78, 152 Ortiz, Gustavo J., 85,133 Osborn, Robert, 115,129 Osbem, Ronald L. 105 Owens, Russell G., 73,78 Paine, Luella, 149 Paine, William W., 73,148 Panel of Americans, 166 Panhellenic Council, 123 Paquez, Roy, 108 Parker, Bernice, 149 Parker, Thomas, 66,148 Parks, Dorothy, 136 Parrish, June, 136 Patterson, Ed, 170 Patton, Marilyn, 88,125 Patton, Wayne, 154 Paxton, Jeannette Payne, Clyde W., 85,152 Payton, Nina, 105,165 Pearce, Virginia, 147,150,225 Peckham, Jay, 130,137 Pehr, Phyllis, 139 Pennington, Blaine, 103,157,218 Perez, Edna, 115 Perkins, Bonnie, 89 P1315-fgf, John, 103,129,138,172,175 Perry, Richard W., 73,133 Pesik, Carlotta Colleen, 89 Peters, Rex, 138 Peterson, Eigene, 85 Peterson, Gail, 158 Peterson, Janice, 153 Peterson, Walden, 73 Pettyjohn, Pat, 115,l23,124,159 Phelan, Hellene Patricia, 90 Phi Alpha Delta, 140 Phi Delta Delta, 142 Phi Delta Femmes, 145 Phi Delta Phi Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, 146 Phillips, Jo Anne, 145 Phillips, Peggy, 164 Phillips, Wayne, 99,144 Phillips, Wilbur, 38 Philpot, Mary Jane, 90 Pierce, Carolyn, 164 Pierce, Lorn, 175 Piper, Ray J., 47 Poe, Sylvia, 103,165,218,222 Pokomy, Alice, 149 Pokorny, John, 108,148 Pokomy, Robert D., 73,148 Pollaro, Louise, 115 Ponder, Jim, 146 Porter, Kendall, 66 Portwood, Charles, 99 Powell, C. Richard, 73 Prater, Arthur D., 73,148 Prater, Rosemary, 149 Pratt, Anne, 149 Pratt, L.N., 73 Pratt, L., 148 Prewitt, Ronnie, 115 Pribyl, Richard J., 73,133 Price, Donald, 103,155 Prichard, Blanche, 142 Professional Panhellenic, 147 Pruitt, Sandra, 115,125 Psi Chi, 164 Psi Omega, 148 Psi Omega Auxiliary, 149 Ptacek, Georgia Ptacek, Michael G., 85 Puterbaugh, Dr. Milton, 47,154 Quivers, Feebly, 160 - Rainey, Marvin, 99 Randall, William, 66,148 Rapaport, Dick, 128,138 Rareair, Harry, 160 Rasse, John, 94 Ratcliff, Bruce, 66 Ravenscraft, William, 167 Ray, Gary, 116 Recknagel, Jackie, 153 Reeble, Marlene, 150 Reed, Alfred, 95,135 Reed, Dorothy, 165 Reed, N., 152 Reid, Harold, 66 Reid, Richard L., 94 Reider, Edward, 104,130 Reilly, Mabel, 142 Reilly, Margaret, 142 Reiter, Rosemary, 136 Renick, Bob, 155 Rho Chi, 151 Richey, Jerry, 67,152,224 Richie, evane, 153 Richie, ilbur B., 79 Richmond, Bill, 155 Ricketson, Nancy, 108 Riddlebarger, John, 79 Ridge, Ronald, 67,148 Riffel, Jvanice Ann, 88 Riggs, . Russell, 85 Right, D., 152 Righter, Kathryn, 162 Riley, Rosemary, 142 Rinehart, Dr. Ray J., 30 Roberts, Howard, 108,137 Roberts, Joan, 116 Roberts, Roberta, 149 Robertson, Faye, 116 Robinson, Don, 67,148,218,224 Robinson, James C., 116 Robbins, William, 94 Roehling, W.M., 133 Rock, Betty, 145 Rock, Kenneth, 94,144 Rodarte, Robert L., 99 Rodriguez, Mario, 159 Rody, Arthur R., 85 Roehl, S. Pete, 79 Roehling, William, 85 Roffle, Donald, 116 Rogers, Cynthia, 108,126 s Rogers, Richard L., 85,133 Rojell, Billy R., 79 Roscos, Judy, 125 Rosenstein Herbert, 79,128,148 Rost, Mrs. William J., 132 Rost, Dr. William, 47,137,151 Rowe, Louis A., 86,133 Royall, Dr. Norman, 47,225 Roy, Dee W., 79 Rudd, Jack M., 86,152 Rudd, Marilyn, 153 Rundell, Oliver, 47 Russell, Mr. Douglas, 47,161 Russell, Richard, 67 Ruwart, Bob, 116 Ruysser, Terry, 161,162 Ryan, John B., 86 Ryan, Dr. William, 48,158,171 Ryerson, Joyce, 170 Rynard, gohn, 108 Saeger, lbert, 48 Saeger, Richard, 105,135 Saladino, Rosalee, 132,155 Salazar, Juan, 159 Sanders, Jerry, 67,152 Sanders, Norman, 94,140, 143, 1 63, 174 Sanders, Ronald, 67,148 Sanders, Velma, 153 Sandin, J.E., 67 Sandoval, Ben, 79 Sanford, Beverly Lou, 90 Sanning, Glenda, 125 Sappington, Sarah, 125,161 Sargent, Glen W., 86 Sarian, Hiratch, 106 S ato, Tooru, 79 Sauenscraft, William, 167 Sauer, J.L., 73 Saunder Sawyer, S, Robert, 116 Jim, 161 Schaefer, Martin, 109 Schaffer, Roy, 67 Schaiff, William, 73 Schalley, Geor e Ann, 154 Schatz, Jarresgll., 86 Schaumburg, Donald, 9 7 Schick, Schick, Schink, Bob, 80 Sharon, 134 R., 133 Schirley, Frieda, 136 Schoech, Donald R., 86,133 Schon, Donald, 48,158 Schopper, Barbara, 136 Schreiber, Carl, 94 Schultz, Jane, 145 Schweiger, Bob, 171 Scorse, Sidney Wm., 86 Scott, Henry E., 48 Scott, Sam S., 48 Scott, Leland S., 67,148,224 Scudiero, Anthony, 96 Scuff, Billy F., 81 Scurlock, John, 48 Seeley, Janet, 88 Selden, Tina, 109,125 Seligson, Stanley, 109 Shane, F., 146 Sharp, Keytha, 116,126 Sharp, Marvin, 144 Sheehan, Michael, 159 Sheehan, Norman, 171 Shelton, Larry E., 86 Sheridan, Leo, 138,167,171 Shilland, Barbara, 125 Shipley, Dean, 99 Shoemaker, Richard, 130,146,169 Short, Leslie, 106,170 Shortino, Virginia, 171 Shurback, Sam, 69 Shure, Deborah, 104,225 Sigma Alpha Iota, 150 Sigma Beta, 126 Simmons, Edward, 94,143,144 Simpson, Carol, 116,124 Sims, Thomas, 104,138,175 Sinclair, Vaughn, 80,148 Sippy, Charles S., 86 Sjoblom, Ernest, 104,155 Skinner, JamesL., 116 Slag , Stanley D., 96 Sl agFe, Sl agl e , Dean, 153 William, 67, 152 Slo an, B arb ara, 1 34 Sloan, Sam Norvell, 86, 133 Slonecker, Jerry, 116 Smalley, Maggie, 161 Smith, Albert, 154 Smith, Carlton, 99 Smith, Barbara, 104 Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Carolyn, 1 64 Darlene, 149 Dick, 137 Donald M., 80 Jack, 130 James H., 80 June, 116,138 Kathy, 109,126 Kit, 134 Leonard, 164 Maley, 132 Mildred, 134 Patricia Ann, 116,162 Paul E., 74 Raymond, 49 Richard, 67,l04,1S1,224 Robert, 74,96,l33 Robert, 174 Smith, William E., 86 Snema, Dick, 81 Snook, Marcia, 150,222 Snook, Orrie McVey, 67,148 Snyder, Harry, 109,161 Soldan-els, Anton, 86 Soden, Colleen, 145 Soden, Kenneth, 144 Soloveitchik, Samson, 49 Solow, Jerome J., 80,148 Somerville, Kay, 136 Sommer, W. Paul, 74 Sot, Amos I Corllj, 160 Spanjol, Marilyn Lou, 90 Sparks, Ben, 106,127,130 Sparks, Russell, 158 Sparks, Veronica, 158 Speer, Dr. Hugh, 33 Spec a, Prof. John M., 49,144 Spenser, Juanita, 145 Sperry, Jack, 129 Spielberger, Dena, 109,126,l61,166 Spitz, Gene, 135 Sportsman, Patrick, 1 16 Spurgeon, Colleen, 145 Spurgeon, Jame s, 96 Snyder, Charlie, 154 Staab, Arlen, 80 Stafford, Juanity, 145 Stafford, Warren, 144,174 Stanton, H.L., 86 Stark, Starr, Howard, 155 Robert, 130, 148, 1 64 Standenraus, Dr., 166 Steinhilber, Jean, 141 fconrinued on following peed? Stephe Stephe Steven Steven Steven 175 ,I Stewal Stigall Stipe, Stone, Strade Strade Stirlin Stirlin Sturge Sturge Studei Srena, Sulliv Summn Summu Sunde Suthex Suthe1 Svena Swart Sweat Sweit Swen: Swing Tanal Tanqu Tanqv Tarar Taror Taror Tau 1 Taylc Taylc Taylc Taylc Teac' Tega Tenn Terri Terry Terry Terry Test: Thay Thon Thon 3 Z4 1 46,169 144 5 3 Stephen, Bradley, 94 Stephenson, Arthur, 97,144,2 Stevens, Dr. Cj, 34 Stevens, David M. 86 stevens, Joe, l04,'127,129,138,l72, 175,218 Stewart, Donald, 67,148 Stigall, James, 94 Stipe, Richard, 104,138 Stone, Raymond, 49 Strader, Blaine, 99,140 Strader, Margaret, 141 Stirling, Ann, 141 Stirling, James, 140 Sturgeon, James, 144 Sturges, Jim, 129 Student Council, 172 Srena, F.A., 81 Sullivan, Aaron W., 80 Summers, Ed., 128,172,173 Summers, Jefferson, 106 Sundeen, Richard, 99,135 Sutherland, Herb, 67 Sutherland, N., 152 Svenaga, Alexander, 67 Swartz, Bill, 167 Sweatman, Kenneth, 74 Sweitzer, Robert, 49 Swensson, Barbara, 132,155 Swingle, Vester, 146 Tanaka, Frank K., 86 Tanquary, Daird, 96,140 Tanquary, Oreta, 141 Tarantino, Pete, 116 Taron, Joseph E., 80,148 T.aron, Mary, 149 Tau Kappa Epsilon, 130 Taylor, Arthur L., 116 Taylor, Earl, 94 Taylor, Giuou, 166 Taylor, Kenneth, 94,135 Teachers Now Training, 165 Tegarden, Fairlee, 136 Tennant, Forrest, 86 Terril, Terry, 130 ' Terry, Brooks, 130 Terry, Gene, 94,143 Terry, Maurice, 116 Testa, Bill J., 74 Thayer, Charlotte, 142 Thoman, Robert D., 80 Thomas, Charles, 109 IND EX QContinuedJ Thomas, Natalie, 88 23 Thomas, Joe K., 74 Thomas, John, 155 Thomen, Robert, 67,148 Tho mp so n, Howard, 74 Thompson, Jane, 99,143 Thompson, Nina, 116 Thornberg, Allan, 144 Tibbetts, Marianne, 149 Tibbetts, Richard, 67 Tiller, George E., 74 Tillotson, William, 106 Todd, Ronald D., 80 Toler, Burney M., 68 Tommey, Tooke, S Tool, He Toomey, Torch 81. Torchia, Torchia, Tousley, JamesR., 80 allie, 117 rman, 117 goseph E., 68,224 croll, 225 James S., 68 Loretta, 88 Chell, 170 Wagner, Gene, 117 Wagner, Jerry E., 80 Wagner, L.R., 68 Wagner, Max, 68,152 Wagner, R., 152 Wakatsuki, Walter, 74 Walker, Enid, 136 Walker, J. Morton 182 Walker, Wallace Wallace Waller, Walton, Walton, Was ser, Watkins Watkins Wat son James, 117 , Jo Ann, 117 Frank M., 86 Robert, 104,130 Herbert, 94,143 Phillip, 117 Roger G., 68 , Paul D., 74 , Wilford O., 68 Kenn , eth R., 80 Watts, Dale D., 87,152 Watts, Joleen, 106 Wayman , Morris, 117 Weatherly, Sarah, 3 7 Tgvizgnsend, Sharon, l04,165,172,2 Trapp, Eunice O., 94,136,147 Tregaskis, Glade, 86 Trotter, Delbert, 68,152 Trout, James M., 80 Troxell, Wayne, 154 Trudgeon, Charles, 74,152,182 Tumino, Bonnie, 139 Turner, Ida, -142 Tumer, Lois, 145 Turner, Solomon, 104,128 Turney, Charles S., 68 Tun-emine, Don, 106,130,225.213 Tuttle, Warren, 137 Tuteral, Marion, 155 UnitedOutcasts, 160 University Players, 161 Unidentified Duck Snatcher, 160 Van Deursen, H., 146 Varquez-Torres, H., 80 Varnado, Dr. Alban, 49,161,171 Vaughn, Pat, 117 168 vegiard, Bob, 168 Veterans Organization, 167 Viles, Darel D., 74,148 Vjodaac, Sandra, 126 Vogel, Morley, 136,147 Vogelgesag, John J., 96 Vo z, Marlin, 32,167 Weber, Harry, 173 Weigand, Robert C., 74 Weiher, Ron, 129 Weiner, Dan, 94 Weiner, Stan, 128 Weisman, Marlene, 150 Welch, Joe F., 80,148 Welch, Thomas E., 87 Wells, Carlene, 153 Wells, Eugene R., 87,152 Wells, Lee, 94,140 Welty, Frank, 80 Werking, David H., 74 Whalen, Tom, 155 Whisler, Garold, 146 Whitaker, John C., 117 White, Berenice, 170 White, R. Wendell, 74 Whitehom, Sammy, 106 Whitmer, james, 117 Whitsett, L. Don, 68 Whorton, Robert, 117 Wiedenmann, Martha, 109,126 Wilcox, Nancy, 161,171 Wilkerson, George, 117 Wilkerson, Joe, 129 Williams, Arnold, 87 Williams, Arthur, 87 Williams, Bette, 153 Williams, Donald, 94 Williams, James, 117 Williams, Maurice, 87 Williams, Richard, 146,225 Williams, Warren, 94 William son, Charle s, 68,152, 2 Willits. Lyle. 151,155 gV,i1l1tsLNlrsiNea, 126 1 s, ee ., 163 lxillsey, lgarilygn, 90 1 son, on, 9 Wilson, Arthur, 146 Wilson, Dorothy, 39 Wilson, Fred, 117 Wilson, Ilim, 184 Windmul er, Mar aret, 104 Winer, Malcolm in 68,148 Wise, Franklyn, 158 Wxttrock, John W., 87 Wolf, Jack, 99,129 Wolfrum, Max, 158,166 Woodworth, Allen, 117 Wooley, Le Grande, 74 Woosley, Gay, 134 Woosley, Howard R., 80,133 Worden, John, 117,130 workhs, John, 135 rig t, Jan, 153 wrightiDDo1y1e B., 87 ren, au , 106 gran, garxiy, 11117 ren, au , 3 Wray, Eugene H., 87 Wurdack, Edward, 94,140 lxurdack, June, 141 urst, H.R., 138 Wyatt, William P., 74 Wynne, Robert K., 74 Xi1Eon,PDlan, 109 i si hi, 152 Xi Psi Phi Auxiliary, 153 Yohnig, Dave, 106 Yendes, Doris, 142 Yoshizumi, Donald Young, James, 109,130 Young, Wyman, 74 Youree, Timmle J., 87,148 Zanol, William C., 74 Ziegler, Charles, 109 Ziegler, Dorothy, 171 Zimmer, Buddy, 161,169 24 The SUGAR BOWL , GOOD FOQD . 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