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

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Q .lx-,as S.. . ix?- O.aif-..1 esfsfa' ' wk- -'J'-' s 2f':g0fv'5.1 S-'SS' xs 0' gl - 1 30 1' 1 .x9'.".g ' ' 5 'J -5 .nf-pts v -30, . ,. 3 5. .e',.',. n . , -h ..u U31 ,.., 0 . ,1 ,a . -,. -'o ,. -, i 9 I O W an a'o s,vs, .:,' . ff' ,fn It seems iust a short time ago now that the Chancellor of the University of Kansas City talked with me on the telephone. He told me of a very cogent plan to better the University. By now, the "Friend Raising" campaign carried on by Dr. Rich- ard M. Drake is a proven success. Mere statistics do not tell the full story. Nor could a lengthy essay say all that is necessary. Only the spirit of friendship gained for this University by the untiring efforts of Dr. Drake and his staff can show just how successful "Friend Raising" has become. Dr. Drake told me of his speech-making campaigns in which he carried the story of the University to some 5,000 people by giving an average of 2 speeches per week to civic and social clubs in the Kansas City area. But "Friend Raising" doesn't pay the bills. The quiet cam- paign conducted by the University has raised some S220,000 to help pay the difference between tuition and the actual cost of running such an institution. A true portrait of a university would be incomplete without mention of the efforts of Dr. Drake. For this is the picture that will make or break the University of Kansas City as a truly great university. Therefore, the Kangaroo staff dedicates this yearbook to Dr. Richard M. Drake, Chancellor, and to the spirit of "Friend Raising". -Roger Wilson, Editor, University News Yi' 1 In-schoc and l "M:f.-cfs-'fr i2:f::!a'if-43,45 r.: ,rnwkrv--. isis'-ii?i?'M Haag-.1-n3,' :.'-we-f'f-,11.,: ,savggm-:ff . " . 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Beals, lrightl, officially opens the Men's Residence Hall for use. 4? Dean Wheadon Bloch, Mrs. Christine Hogin, Mrs. and Dr. Drake extend a welcome to three freshmen at the Chancellor's Reception. 1 t 1 1 1 1 l l l 1 1 1 1 I 2 1 l 1 11 1 11 11 1 1 1 l l l 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 l I I 1 1 l 1 1 2 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 I 1 1 1 l 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 PROLOGUE Events are the milestones of the passing year. The coming of the first earth satellite, the consequent race for bigger and better Sputniks, civil disturbances in Little Rock, the beginning of what is currently known as The Recession-all have arisen, marked their place, and have been passed by in the course of the year. Closer to home, at the University of Kansas City there have been milestones also as we have reached our twenty-fifth year. At the homecoming festivities in February the first graduating class-1936-celebrated its twentieth anniversary and ten professors-Drs. Adams, Buschman, Cappon, Crain, Eisenbrandt, Ekblaw, Mannheim, Misbach, and Stone-were honored for their twenty years of great teaching at The University of Kansas City. The expanding Development Office reported more than S350,000 received in gifts in the Great Teaching program. The expansion of the Evening Division serves as a mark of progress, as the University has become more a part of the community. The many aspects of the Continuing Education division have brought the University and the community into closer contact. We now have our own FM radio sta- --7' tion, KCUR-FM, bringing good music and informative programs to its ever-growing audience, and the scope of our music program has been further widened by the addition of the modern jazz concerts, which were indeed well received. There has been the raise in tuition 1 which has been met with mixed feelings, depending on whether or not one will have to pay it, feelings toward the increase have been X gf smoothed somewhat by the fact that a part will go to help build the if . new student union, which is scheduled for construction beginning in September, 1958. Another national professional fraternity ioins the ranks as Apotheke became Kappa Epsilon. Many things, large and small, have marked the passing year, the appointment of Dr. Drake as Chancellor, and the untimely death of Dr. Misbach being two of the greater. if , ,gf 5. I T- "-. -. 1 .7 , 1 .I . .. :gg Ar.- - I -4 -:. ' ix,zlffl'?' ' 'Z--' Q, ' , - f -' ,1.1,f.f V 'K 11' .1 f ' . 992 I-I N . Q vqilxd A12 1: j '- .' , Q' 1 1 ml t 1 ,ya 1 N A ,' Q 4 ,l , F 1. x , 1 1 1 11 'N 3 ' 1 1 'sf 1,7 . -, l, ' ' , K lv 4 .1-.k5fl'..' G, ,M " l' ...ht 3 4... .- I f Y f' , ' ml lm 1 'll fa .1 " 3- 2 1 in , ' A -' 1 '51 Els I K . 1 ' " ' ' N" QA ' ff ,. . 1 ' I. 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Drake has completed his first full year as Chancellor of The University of Kansas City, and we note with satisfaction and pride the progress already made under his leadership. Dr. Drake came to us from the University of Buffalo where he served as professor of education, dean of students, director of the office of institutional research and professor of higher education. During his three years at The University of Kansas City he has held the posts of vice-president and professor of higher education, acting chancellor, and now chancellor. Dr. Drake is also active in community life as a director of the Truman Library, trustee of the Kansas City Museum and the Nelson-Atkins Art Gallery, member of the Gov- ernor's committee on education, and numerous other ac- tivities. He is the author of several studies in mathematics. In his first year as Chancellor, Dr. Drake has attacked with signal success the maior problem of increasing faculty salaries in order to retain present faculty and insure quality in new additions. The faithful and competent dis- charge of his duties is the greatest single asset this Uni- versity possesses. full year and we already us from professor office of ducation. nsas City ifessor of tancellor. irector of Museum the Gov- other ac- rhematics. attacked tg faculty 1d insure fetent dis- this Unsi- THE CHANCELLOR i A 1 I ,slr io- 'Zh fffjj L4 Aw AW W W X ffyyfq eff! , - , W - --...::-.... 1, ,J-1. ... .,-ef -sz-Q ----- '--- W. ,,,, -, ,v.,,,., V . .x...f..,.....1--....f.4-....M.. N..--.....1..,,,,.,, , ., ,, , ,A , -1:7-AY, Am :-5. ,, Q-- :: ----:-14..Q.f, - --,f :,:,,:-Y1v.AA-- bl -,..-g. A. .-...., , V. 1 , , . -Y -- :uh ,gzurgf ,uid EDUCATION DEAN HUGH w. SPEER Lord of Epperson Manor, Dr. Hugh W. Speer has been Dean of the School of Education since its organization as a separate school in 1954. The fine old mansion at Fifty- second and Cherry housed for the second year a veritable hive of activity, which is, under the leadership of Dean Speer, one of the strong attractions of the University, in both winter and summer. Dr. Speer came to The University of Kansas City in 1945, and became chairman of the department of Education in,l948. Under his sure and expert guidance the department grew into a separate school which offers the Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctor's degree. Dean Speer's experience in the field of educa- tion has been quite varied, having been a public school administrator for ten years prior to World War ll, directed the Veterans Advisement Center at U.K.C., served as prin- cipal of high schools in Fredonia and Hays, Kansas and as lecturer in the University of Tehran and advisor to the Minister of Education on curriculum as a Fulbright Scholar in Iran. The author of numerous articles in educational iournals, he is listed in Who's Who In America, Leaders in Education, and Who's Who in American Education. Dr. Speer is married and the father of two daughters. He received his Bachelor's degree in 1928 from American University, his Master's in T932 from George Washington University, and his Doctor's in T950 from the University of Chicago. 28 BUSINESS DEAN CHARLES E. GILLILAND, JR. Dean Charles E. Gilliland of the School of Business Ad- ministration resigned his post in February to accept a job with the State Department. He became Dean of the Busi- ness School in T954 when that school became a separate division of the University. In its second, year the Business School showed a tremendous increase in enrollment, now in its fourth year, it shows promise of becoming one of the biggest schools of the University. Situated in 'this large metropolitan area, the school offers unlimited advantages and opportunities to students training for positions in com- merce and industry. By gradually introducing new pro- grams, the Business School intends to keep pace in growth with the rest of the University. The latest program initiated by Dean Gilliland before he left the University is a course in retailing,.already very popular. Liked and admired by all who knew him, Dean Gilliland led the Business School through its difficult formative years. Filling the position he left is of paramount importance in the University's future. Don Carlyon, Business Manager of the University, served as Executive Officer for the remain- der of the year, in addition to carrying out his many regu- lar duties. S H t my , Xi' - 4 . it ff ,f X-f,.,-ip . 'Hz fe .fgfx 'Jr-ff ' . ,. 3 L 1 . .' J 4, c .x,, my - . of A f.- .X x l 12 PHARMACY DEAN LESLIE L EISENBRANDT Dean of the School of Pharmacy since 1953 Dr Leslie L Elsenbrandt has been on the faculty of the University since 1936 when he started his career here as an instructor in biology Serving for a time as director of research and associate professor of physiology in the School of Dentistry In 1947 he began working full time in pharmacology Specializing In the fields of physiology and biochemistry Dean Elsenbrandt received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Emporia in 1932 his Master of Sciences degree from Kansas State College in 1934 and his doctorate from Rutgers University In 1936 A member of Sigma Xi the honorary science society the American Society of Pharma cology and the Society for Experimental Biology and Med :cane Dr Elsenbrandt is married and has four sons Though quiet and unpretentious he has capably assumed the myriad administrative duties of his position and has ably led the University of Kansas City School of Pharmacy to greater heights of achievement and respect Ln the annals of the profession l EVENING DIVISION DEAN CJ STEVENS A man of many talents and titles, Dr. Ci Stevens serves the University as Acting Dean of the Evening Division, Director of Radio and Television Department, and Assist- ant Professor of Speech. Since these three iobs could not satisfy him completely, he found time this year to use his ability as a poet to do a new and .very fine translation of the libretto of Strauss' opera, Der Rosenkavalier, which was a highlight of the Kansas City theatre season, pre- sented by the University in March. In addition to poetry, Dr. Stevens has published several articles on speech in learned journals. A popular and very active member of the faculty, he is a man with lots of ideas, and has been responsible for promoting the Evening Division program of non-credit courses to a doubled enrollment over last year. His untiring efforts are a vital asset to our Univer- sity, as we strive to become more and more an integral part of this metropolitan area. Both former undergrad- uates of The University of Kansas City, Dr. Stevens and his wife have a son 19 and a daughter 13. One of the most important fruits of these efforts, the first, and very success- ful year of operation of KCUR-FM stands as a milestone of achievement for Dr. Stevens, the Radio-TV Department, the University, and the Kansas City area as a whole. i - l DENTISTRY DEAN JOSEPH F. JACOBS Dr. Joseph F. Jacobs has carried on well the long-estab- lished tradition of excellence at the School of Dentistry in this, his first full year as Acting Dean. A friendly and like- able man, he has capably handled the mass of details and problems of administrating this very busy school. Him- self a graduate of the school, Dr. Jacobs has maintained the "A" rating for the school in the annals of the Council on Dental Education of the American Dental Association and the high esteem of the entire profession. He has served on the faculty since his graduation in 1943. A professor of periodontics, Dr. Jacobs was made Assistant Dean in 1953, and has always been an efficient and pop- ular administrator. LAW DEAN MARLIN M. VOLZ It was with deep regret that the University heard the news of Dean Volz' appointment as Dean of the School of Law at the University of Louisville. One of the most promi- nent and well-liked members of the faculty, Dr. Marlin M. Volz has served the University of Kansas City in that capacity for eight years. With the new building dedicated in 1950, an assortment of prominent alumni, a long and outstanding record of high achievement, and the fine lead- ership of Dean Volz, the University of Kansas City has had good reason to be proud of its School of Law. Hold- ing all three degrees from the University of Wisconsin, Dean Volz developed at UKC a continuing legal educa- tion program, inaugurated the Legal Aid Clinic, established the annual Law Day, and developed a Master's degree program in Law. Much respected by students, faculty, and alumni, Dr. Volz held the responsibility of being chairman of the faculty committee for the selection of the chancellor. The Law School being another vital link with the commu- nity, Dean Volz was very active in civic organizations, he was' President of South Kansas City's Business Club, Commander of the Bland American Legion Post, member of the Mayor's committee on human relations, and chair- man of the Kansas City Citizens' committee on iuvenile delinquency. I 2 x 'ri sci, s fu- A gk ' if 'five ek , - 5 is , ik M ,- 7. 5 ,Lf 'J MQ 'MA 1 il A --ni N .. fm .5 -7 ,V -.T Ani, Mrs. Christine Hogin, Director of Student Activities, is in a position of- proximity to student. She serves as,advisor and counselor for student organizations, arranges for meetings and space for meetings to be held, works with students to plan all of the social events held on campus, keeps track of rules and governing policies, is on hand to present awards, and in general takes care of all of the problems and pleasures which fall under the heading of her office. Friendly and helpful, she is known as one who may be depended upon 32 ADMI ISTRATIOII The Dean of Students, Dr. S. Wheadon Bloch, has a job that on occasions seems better suited to a Solomon: he acts as co-ordinator for the Student Personnel Services, aiding stu- dents of the University with their problems which may be academic, personal, financial or vocational, and may involve the health, happiness, and general welfare of the student. He is, fortunately, equipped with a fund of tact, consideration, and sympathy which enables him to engage daily the troubles of the student body. ln turn, the students have come to know and like him, he has, through his efforts, earned respect all around him. ... .. , -. 1 B., '11, . 1 cf - A,-,...,w r- --H I 5 1 4 s l H Q 1 K 5? 11 5 ,H '! , 4 I I .!, I g me U, I la' ww I L , l I '4 4 l 9 , I I 1 4 p r 1 1 E , 4 Y Q l w 1 P w F L Y i i 2 IE QQ' W in 5 . 1 au 'e I , v? ,H 4 rl -.cn L V 4-f: a,,....w..f4 A -.Q-az' W- pfzw-az:-7 ,M . - V V , , , , , wr-1-1 wwfff- ,,,-..--,, 7.04 Y-V--.... - ..-g-Y , ,, , Y mv.. :www - if 1 4, N NN l I1 V la U Lwsw., ' J SECRETARIES vi-if viaqaw W ,,,, 'f41x" '-sv.. 42' Mil wr 3 x A 171 4,1 S 531 51444 Q, 1 ff rf 2 xW! -w.,.,f' R, 'Nu NLT' I xv- M., 'X K V iv .W 4 H1 30,25 5 ,f X UAA 'R gf 'LX 1 K W,-z ' . ss. 2 'W frf Q xv , 'vwf""""x BURSAR'S OFFICE QX ff X ,W . ffwf w.,,fff"" R V fi . 4 3 .xi Agp. 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BRUMITT J, Director l Athletics A I l l i 1 S . . ith-film i ntl! tlfil R9 QMQEE 2 i In ti 'Kas fd 5 R DoRoTHtY B. CLARKE tml My 3, was L WMM 4 Law s SAMUEL T. COKER Associate Professor Pharmacology HELEN JO CRlSSMAN Director of Publicity and Publications Instructor in Journalism s F ,M C L r 15 1'-Kei . WILLIAM L. CRAIN Professor Foreign Languages and Literatures HENRY DROLL Assistant Professor Chemistry .l JOHN G. L. DOWGRAY, JR. Assistant Professor History MARGARET SELBEY DUDLEY Assistant Professor Education A BERNARD DULSEY iff Associate Professor I Foreign Languages and Literatures 'wad , FACULTY f 4 A 5 if 53' r I -f s-Q., ,, fwuwvwfm ,lIfiJ,, N- L ,V MORTON GOLDMAN Assistant Professor Psychology FACULTY wv SIDNEY E. EKBLAW Professor Geglogy and Geography GEORGE EHRLICH Assistant Professor Art EVERETT W. HENDRICKS Professor Music JAMES C. GRAVITT Assistant Professor Physics C529 , . , K., , .. Q A cy. 1' ,u?'l f ,fm ,fflilllk X i , , mm 'f , Y sw , ft , ss, ff! . XNvW . 1 fm X My ,. .Q ' X ff Mi S , I 5-,575 iff, 1 ., X l, if -:fy , ' 41me41.t, V- W 's .vw X W,-W ,,,h fi X cw x FACULTY MARTIN LEVIT Professor Education SOLOMON LEVY Assistant Profe5SOY Philosophy KENNETH J. LA BUDDE Director Libro ry I Vawmmqk f c 2' , ' ZR 4,9 f 0 ff ,, ,,,, ' i I . . , V - A ff' W 1 jg' ,, , X viking and fa, , Lffvff , ? f fi H., QQ 24 y A .7 f ,f ' Z f I A A , 'fm 4 A 1 eg? ' Q1 ,, S fa . ,QQ ' f i , if kv' ifffv. 492527 l ' " ' i c 1' f I A f , A , QM m1,", f4' Mrk: ur- XM, R I , 5 .- .- - A Wssgm ', J fr N- -is , 4 f ,ry ,H - w- - ,wwf-V" ' 1 " s .f , " fl' 1' of A ' p sf 1 , - I fffssff1swrz'1f rig . Q V J, ws. W- ,. X .Q ,,:MjV5gQS.5i Saw: fig.. ,L Q ,ci,l:, ' so ifffxf Q A. W , fx 'r:ff'!f ff-f ' Y if-3sf'fi-5251 'ii 531' 'P I, fi, 3 ff I sgfgtiffffwff ,,2gEii1"5lllt?fxxf.5, is f 'E Q- f . JNL 'A if "f'?'i'p WI-5 , ,W--xx-Q, 'ff 'YF , 1 if yi , 4 3 V , if PATRICIA Mcl LRATH Associate Professor Speech i Director Playhouse FREDERICK R. MCLEOD Instructor X English 1 5. SAND'-s-... X , Sw S Lf 'QS s , lg M, ss Q 'f- I, , 1 " L f'?I.2 Risk '55,-1' Q f, "'f'wF .i f fi 2 ,sl igpffg .5 of -" f 5? Q, JACK W MURPHY Asslstont Professor Speech ,g-fm, on I7 ,p-fo' ANNE NIELSEN Instructor Nursing :X ROBERT G. N Psychology W f 'E EEL l .wg Av Assistant Professor ' In y, f , , ,, ,W .iff FLORENCE NEELY Assistant Professor Botany Q Q7' , M ,. 3 FACULTY MARY LEE MARKSBERRY Associate Professor Education vlmuvn 517 L I MILTON O. PUTERBAUGH Professor Chemistry WILLIAM J. ROST Associate Professor Pharmaceutical Chemistry BETTY ORR FACULTY ELDON J. PARIZEK Assistant Professor Geology M Ms, I Instructor Education WILLIAM C. REHER Assistant Professor Economics ,eh wwmaw'-Q M9 r .....-.,......,--- . ---,.......,-.--V---w ---'H JH ER or w .Rr .f LA aww ' Q xx N x 'Y' sk f ,Wait .- WILLIAM M. RYAN Assistant Professor English ALBERT C. SAEGER Professor Biology v MW ,wwf , ' DOUGLAS A. Russm Instructor Theatre FACULTY ,gh ll 'fm af 'H L M if, M A f L W 5 V Q 5 Mr, . , ,Q Z iii!! , X , I ' ' , ' , ' WL! '31 5Zk,,:' G if . . 5 'Q H . HENRY E. scorr If :Q-11, I '- , 5 Associate Professor I 1 if 5 M 2 7 l i alwasiq 9 NORMAN ROYALL , .K ?s Professor S Physical Science 2 Z lg 32 A 'Nix W W I SAM S. SCOTT Instructor Speech FACULTY ALBAN VARNADO Assistant Professor Director ,V M M 'ak X c J SE? X J. RAYMOND SMITH Assistant Professor Accounting lf, RAYMOND G.. STONE Professor Biology ,, I f ' PARRY E. STROUD V M K ' Instructor Q Si :V A, ,ws V tnsw SW V Www , 'sag i s 1 7 W f we , , ..::Y-N., ' , gs, ., :- 4 A EDWIN J WESTERMANN Professor History -A WALTER C WAGNER Assistant Professor Economics me wnurs " L' fG" 5 'V' Associate Professor A Pharmacy ' x X f lx I '-sy, HELEN WHITE -.Rh 4 L -1- ff' .SS f , ' 'fb ws 5 ' N v f x X! X 1 "XS 4 XX! vZ 4, I Aff, L 9 I' . 4-, ff' 4 J. 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BROWN FRANCIS M CALMES f fix J . Z, 221 Anya f, . DENTAL 959- FACULTY 5 QQ 2 nf Q DAYTON D. CAMPBELL li V,, , ,,,, L? f I X x 7 . - 1 KS, . my 'f 9 Www' , fwyf. 5. Q., ff, L 'A f- v uf .7WWe'wffx I ,,e, f,,W 1 V V , ff' 1 N v qgwffiwqfw v 'f 'nr A '-L X N1 aw fW2QfW1' fl '+- . JK f, I Q. - i , A . L l A R , 8- f mf ' ' ff ,ff , fh , U ,, A ,cf ff2f,,X5,'5Q,qCz, 1 I ..-f?32W:xf.1mf A f ,Q "W, 4 WA ,f'ef,,w, nf J. FRANK CHIMIENTI JOHN M. CLAYTON WILLIAM J. CARTER ., fstdymxwh-1 , ,, ,,fg,5m.2 If 1. , . ,fzj f3x,..4-y . 'DM-,".'f. .gc' 5- 1, . ., 32.2,-'W' f. VJ 0 L., I ,,,...-pf ,Ay . WILTON W. COGSWELL YQ-.J ,,,,.a1 EDWARD L. DILLON ROBERT NELSON DAViS L I 1 iwjfg- J gy , N , ,f L, f 2 f . V ,M aj ff DELVIN K. DIMICK T FRED WILLIAM COOK 1 W M Wx , ,,f,, f , ' 'ffuffv' ' ,y fff f, I m aiihy A :g,, A .4 ., A L ,, ,I fv '- A.. ., .7 f 2 f f, f fy!! ,, .- ffffl' 1 , yfnyigg f , QW, Z! I f f A gg, , W A 1 , f' ,Y , f 1 S934 X21 A ,M Y N fl . , 2 Q S W RALPH w. EDWARDS fn" 1.43. 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'2'-.iw mad! ' K' flvf 211 ,E 1 HENRY D. MUSSELMAN WILLIAM R. MORRIS HUGH " MYERS 4 f V - I n d, fd f Q , i lm ' I ff rg :V ,f 4, ' E 7 X f Vw iw 3231 , , .ig My WR" 'f f E L f cf i , , 14 X, jf "NIV f , J, ff fr f 2 W' EDWARD P. NELSON M. LORENE NELSON DENTAL FACULTY nf, XX X .W , 'my'-myznn W" ":'f'XWf" wp, gf7gw""'A2 2XX"i1:f W w"7MfJ",fT'f7W7"TY ff, 5 X LW! , f , f P X ff' My f MW,-X, fX'gfXw ,, Xwfffgw Vf"S2Xff fX"'X X 1 F .X X N 'W X f fXXX m ,XU,sXfX X, .. 4 , , X XXX , -Wiyffwf Q ' X 1 X ww N, X-X - . X. Xww-W K V, f -X ,, R fX M way! XXX ,ffffwwwfv fXitvw1X!4wffz W-F ff .K , M -N X X- KX -M X NNW" 'xx M 4 X MILTON H, NQLTENSMEYER MARILYN DEAN PATTON wi .X s X , 9 1, T 'Q img ,fi XS Xra f-' M X-X' XX :X.. X X J. , A , N X , Qzgg ffQ,E,'X- in :X wg fi f X :E N dw . X j , Xi 's 1 54 w' wg 'X , E f XXX fympm X X . QW, X X If A M ,fff -.VX--.uwfm 1 iESX,LS5f'.f?l5?MQ ' X V9 X VXX7 X ' , E' fxff, ZX ff fXX4i j f Nff' XR X W X XX A -, X ' ,f fi y iw. X U 231520 f '2 X X, N XWXW E f X A , NX -X X 'vhs ,, 1 Xt, X - -ff 4 ,, XX 'e415y7,wX -XXXL 4 f U f X 1 X - ' X nw Xfffmwffyffm-fxQf g If X K-W ,Z 5 - ,f E X, , Q 4 , XE - X f 7 - Q'ifc'r.- 1 p N :X XFX f XX 4 ' f ' f f 1 X 421ff.'..,'f,-I-, X , Q 1X XX NX gh N ww! V - XX 1. X. XX . N .NX X , XXXXXXX., 'xx TX , 'W X- M, wen fn f my X ff X ,f f , X X 'XX.1.1f1efr:F: JACK C. PEN TICUFF CHASTAIN G. PORTER XX XXX X V ALBERT L. REEVES CJUDGEJ WAYNE L, REEVE FRED A. RICHMOND ff DENTAL SK! FACULTY f X X in f' f A 1 f J 2 5,,., LZVAXL I f 11-'57f1'."' V if ,1 gm 5 Jef- ,, , I mf., ff , fn f W .MQW 'YW X ' , f 'IAA-50 ,swf 'f vt- , f ff' f A aw-aff '- Q 5 ,4 I My 4441229 A- f ,, J If, " "fy , , A 321, , S X jg! . xx f ' I ,f 5, -13 A I 4 f S 44 JOHN W. RICHMOND OMAR JEAN ROBINSON GENEVIEVE D. ROTH X , QL c, of in ,Q ,,-- - 2 We A x II f 4 Qi f QW I of Z W , Z , 29? I nf g 'QA f I ALFRED O. RUEB I ,fp .,. ' A, f A nf , DAVID W. ROBINSON ALBERT C. SAEGER THOMAS D. SCHAAD CARL W. SAWER ARTHUR FRANK SCHOOPPER 1 Iii? 1 4 1, '14 F1 11 V41 12541 'wh 11 '71 Mg 1 1 -21 I1 Ii 11,1 1 -1 f1 1 1 '1 1 11 1. 111 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 1. 11 ' 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 l , 11 -1 1 1 I I a 1 1 f f W , 1 7 BENJAMIN W. WARNER I' 1 1 wx! MARLIN M VOLZ 1' f DENTAL FACULTY NORMAN L. SC HWARTZ CHARLES D WALTHALL 1 'Nw JACK E. WELLS 7 .'i"61"' ' 'Y '95' f :M f,x,,11f 1 111.141 I 1 vi f Q ,111 ' iff, . 1-111 12 In 1,,'.n. v A I G. FARRELL WEBB A A ry, 4 . Ng '. ff '31 UH, X207 Q 1 - X fy, sg, ,ff C M 'I 1' Xnfyf- W' 311 we . A I ff 1,115 .1 ,fx N ,174 f my ,A ' 1 L ' , ,x ' 1, wff ff I , . ff f , wif f X W, X- ff fo Q gf-MI ' gf' ,,,,' .z,, Of, ' ff f u ',1w2?f .1,, ,, '.3,.,9ffW4 f Sf . ww Qrfw. ,WW .ww ,fwn SG- S f .ff .E FA 46fWfLi.4,', N - FF S ' ,, X " sv ' 1,,11"m sr X 55-gg.f5Z,fg?i9 f :If ,,,1-Effeliiga fig .1-wig 1 1 an K J: 1-, f ' f CHARLES G. WILLIAMSON CHARLES G. WOODARD 'CEL .nu- .y.. .:,.,....., , V.. ,an-. -..Ti .4.:mm..,k . , -in.-1 Z' 3 X .A V! f - 'nh 47, f f f gg IN EMORIA nw , It is difficult to realize that a comrade and friend is no longer with us. Those who have shared the close relationship of nearly four years of dental education know what a bond is forged among us. It is a chain of trials, anxiety, frustra- tions, ambitions and dreams. Jim Carter was a part of our chain . . . our fellowship. He will always be a part of our happiest memories. Jim will be graduated with us as befits a good student and a fine dentist. We all miss him very much. HARRY i Pittsburg College, tol09Y l- HAROLII City, Ui Delta Si WENDE City, K' Omega. JOHN P Missouri Delta S S. CHAF bia, Mis Mercy I- RlCHARl Junction lege. S1 HARRY BERNARD ALLMON, Dentistry, Pittsburg, Kansas, Kansas State Teachers' College, B.S.C. Delta Sigma Delta, His- tology Laboratory Assistant. HAROLD ID. ARBON, Dentistry, Salt Lake City, Utah, Idaho State College, B.S. Delta Sigma Delta. WENDELL V. ARNDT, Dentistry, Kansas City, Kansas, Washburn University. Psi Omega. JOHN N. BAGLEY, Dentistry, Kansas City, Missouri, University of Kansas City, B.S. Delta Sigma Delta. 0 ' r , I 6 , if , ,yr , L S. CHARLES BALSAMO, Dentistry, Colum- bia, Missouri, University oi Missouri, B.S. Mercy Hospital Appointment. RICHARD DOYLE BARLET, Dentistry, Carl Junction, Missouri, Pittsburg State Col- lege. Student Council Representative. SENIOR f , psf g If - ,f ,,,, ,rf ,, J ,gag A GENE ADAMS HARRY BERNERD ALLMON Pharmacy Dentistry Kansas State we ,, - We .54 'Y f ln. ff' 5 2- 1 g . Q- RICHARD ANTHONY Law . 4 A . , Teachers College IB,.5.J Y. H ffm 41:1 i"'-fifiN-, s I I. 'QQ 'I titre ,. We WU Q f . x 0 f D 4' f , X 1 is ry. X X . ' www. ' " f 'X "Jw x 3 Iii f f . we www, . X f I A. nw ss f, f - 1 s . QW, ,1',,,j, new ww . . . . . . -f-he '-WM :rs iw . waxy 'ss i , , f . 5-5: - 4'-ffm, ,W ss if .gf!H?7- E ss .. , I 7 ' R L ' Fiflfylf,f?'!ff,l?if3"2if if ' . 1s "1'.f4I"" is wh . " L , ff ,. Sv -wi Q ff X 9 Qs. a+" WMU - ' f fi QNSsO1R'f -.JULW 7712.1 pw-7, U +C -4. in '1 fi fifif-QNX f ., ,, Wa, , siwassxl .,7,fff ,fp ,, , V A ,4,...XNg tfefiwrzffifff if Q .. ' Z, X f . V ' f' s xi? +' 1 ' :fairs ' N 1 ff i n i . ! ' f V " M. . '..' .L ,unix . VM" -' x mis ' . I ,muff :sm 1 ' . . .s.s. Q is HAROLD D. ARBON Dentistry Dentistry Idaho State fB.S.J WENDELL V. ARNDT Washburn University LLEWILLYN ASCHMAN Business Sli! , . 2. . t , ,225 f ' K f ' ' ff ' 549, r -,g . Q i . fa , f s s sf 'mm , s ,ff , i f Q X fff '-' M' ,af 5 - , i , K ' 35, M . ,, ,,,,. ,, . . f, c f f V f' . . 1 f f ' f J MW' in JOHN N. BAGLEY Dentistry Law Kansas City University CB.S.J ROBERT BAILEY S. CHARLES BALSAMO RICHARD DOYLE BARLET Dentistry Dentistry Missouri University IB.S.J Kansas State Teachers College ROLLIE BALDWIN Law 'WYJ sf ffiis., Z fLff!!9f X ! JW ff: ,I 4 f 445 ., w s. I if U 'X' wr' , ' ' sf f f ft , , 54 4, W y , 5 .Z ,, X ff!! I ff Z ' W I fo! A aw ,Q f ff W I ff,, f fit ,MY I 1' f M , ,C it Q, JACK BARKER Arts and Sciences 67 "1 Ii . X . Y . . Q I It Q, if I I E I 1 t Q I I I , I I it 'II 7 V Ing I I I I i I I il ii 'i II I I .I I I I I 1 I I I I .Q s I I i . 1 I . 2 I I i .J 11 lge Ii li ff THOMAS H. BARNES, JR. JERRY D. BARTELSMEYER ROBERT L. .BARTHELD Dentistry Dentistry DenfI5i"Y U College of the Ozarks fB.S.J Drury College fA.B.D Oklahoma UniversitY IB-5-J GW 7 ,Q Z 3 .Sf V X W! J B. J. BAUTTS BENNIE H. BENSON PETER W- BERGER Dentistry Dentistry Dentistry Arkansas University N. W. State Oklahoma CB.S.J University of Kansas City iB.A.J 2 X - lx X Z sy WAYNE E. BLICKENSTAFF ROBERT BLISS DONALD E. BOUSKA Dentistry Arts and Sciences Dentistry McPherson College Kansas State lB.S.J ROBERT BOYD DON BRACKHAHN A. LAMAR BYRD Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Dentistry Arkansas Universitry fB.S.D 68 X THOMAS H. BARNES, JR., Dentistry, Leachville, Arkansas, College ot the Ozarks, B.S. Xi Psi Phi, Appointments in Prosthetics, Periodontics, and Children's Mercy Hospital. JERRY D. BARTELSMEYER, Dentistry, Mar- ionville, Missouri, Drury College, A.B. Psi Omega, Children's Mercy Hospital Appointment. ROBERT L. BARTHELD, Dentistry, McAl- ester, Oklahoma, Oklahoma University, B.S. Delta Sigma Delta, Secretary ot Junior Class, Vice-President of Senior Class, Vice-President of Delta Sigma Delta, Who's Who, Appointments in Periodonticsand Children's Mercy Hos- pital. - B. J. BAUTTS, Dentistry, Rodgers, Arkan- sas, University of Arkansas. Xi 'Psi Phi, Appointments in Endodontics, Periodon- tics, Diagnosis, and Crown and Bridge, Student instructor in Periodontics. BENNIE H. BENSON, Dentistry, Cherokee, Oklahoma, Northwestern State College, Oklahoma, B.S. Xi Psi Phi. PETER W. BERGER, Dentistry, Kansas City, Missouri, University ot Kansas City, B.A. Delta Sigma Delta, Appointments in Periodontics, Diagnosis, and Crown and Bridge. WAYNE E. BLICKENSTAFF, Dentistry, Nampa, Idaho, McPherson College, B.S. President ot Sophomore Class, Who's Who, Intramural Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Handball, Track. ROBERT EARL BLISS, Music Education, Kansas City, Missouri. Choir, Torch and Scroll, Victor Wilson Scholarship, Gradu- ate Fellowship in Music. DONALD E. BOUSKA, Dentistry, Belle- ville, Kansas, Kansas State College, B.S. Psi Omega. ROBERT BRUCE BOYD, Foreign Langu- ages, Kansas City, Missouri. Treasurer, French Club, Dean's List, Torch and Scroll, Choir, Associate Editor ot T956 Kanga- roo. DONALD BRACKHAHN, History, Kansas City, Missouri. Who's Who, Student Par- ticipation Award, Jerry Sitler Award, Treasurer of Omicron Delta Kappa, Vic- tor Wilson Scholarship, Dean's List, Vice- President and Treasurer ot Tau Kappa Epsilon, President of History and Gov- ernment Club, Vice-President ot College ot Arts and Sciences, Secretary and Treasurer ot Newman Club, Vice-Presi- dent and Secretary of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Secretary-Treasurer of Intra- mural Council. ALAMAR BYRD, Dentistry, Jerome, Ar- kansas, University ot Arkansas, B.S. Xi Psi Phi. JERI Kan Chi, Sec: Cho Chi, Car Tale Bet: lntri HAI Sun B.S. dor dor Wil Okl Del dre RO Kai Kai tor Vic FRA Ne Psi Intl dre I MAI cati Que Tea entc DAI City Deli JERRY FRANKLIN CAMPBELL, Business, Kansas City, Missouri. President of Delta Chi, Secretary of Inter-Fraternity Council, Secretary of Young Democrats, Social Chairman and Pledge Trainer of Delta Chi, Bounders, Pet Club, Chairman of Campus Clues, Chairman of Bum Friday Talent Show, Dance Committee, Sigma Beta Sweetheart, Intercollegiate Baseball, Intramural Sports. HAROLD C. CARTER, Dentistry, Lee's Summit, Missouri, University of Missouri, B.S. Xi Psi Phi, Appointments in Perio- dontics, Crown and Bridge, and Endo- dontics. WILLIAM W. CASTLES, Dentistry, Tulsa, Oklahoma, University of Oklahoma, B.S. Delta Sigma Delta, Appointment to Chil- dren's Mercy Hospital. RON CHRISTISON, Business, Kansas City, Kansas. Photographer for U-News and Kangaroo, KCUR-FM, Lighting Director for Choir, Nu Rho Psi, Alpha Phi Omega Vice-President, Kangaroo Key 1956. FRANK L. CLAFFEY, Dentistry, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Creighton University. Xi Psi Phi, Social Chairman Epperson House, Intramural Tennis and Badminton, Chil- dren's Mercy Hospital Appointment. 1'l Qi it . fnxy X li I UMR 3 S '- X MARY ANN CONROY, Elementary Edu- cation, Kansas City, Missouri. Sno-Ball Queen, Treasureriof Sigma Alpha. Iota, Teachers Now Training, Cho Chin, Ori- entation Committee. ' DANIEL L. COOPER, Dentistry, Kansas Cnty, Kansas, University of Kansas City. Delta Sigma Delta. SENIOR im? Q IV? ff X .J , QA its Fin A X X X NX X 'Q , . Q cuss. Y ,f , .K gli' N is .. 1,57 lg ?. J I 9.1.3, Af N- 1. , -css , ,,, 7 .. X li X , s .gs Xie , ff Iliifilfff ZW 'WI 'f 7 515 1 ff X ,I I i ' 574 4? W gf-avi or A S X 1 , f. ' 'Z' sg .j f .4 si Qwf-NSsNs' ALFRED G. CAMERON JERRY CAMPBELL Law Business BETTY CASABLANCA WILLIAM W. CASTLES Law Dentistry Oklahoma U niversity fB.S.D FRANK L. CLAFFEY TOM COCHRAN Dentistry Law Creighton University HAROLD G. CARTER Dentistry Missouri University QB.S.I g0lHgs . . . f Qiwzfz , , '- 1' K M. N. 1 .N . Q5 ,',W,, WIN N f 1, 3 1 ' . X A - ,1" I V .es . -1 I 5 K g -A lex? gi5f,2, Aygyhl , 5-ewylyy gg ,c se- N,,-. N s if R' , RON CHRISTISON Business YA ' 5 f -k fig is ,, i ' A X, , RICHARD T. COLE Law MERcERsEDEs COLON MARY ANN CONROY DANIEL L. cooPER Low Education Dentistry University of Kansas City 69 3 , I ,S -.1 'f ME. Q ?.gQis I 1 I ILI I A 2 I I. I I sl It I I 'I I , I CURTIS COX HARBORD L. COX JERRY CROOK Dentistry Dentistry Dentistry Kirksville State College Texas University CB.S.I E. New Mexico University WILLIAM DAUGHERTY HAROLD DAVIS BILLY L. CUMMINGS Pharmacy Pharmacy Arts and Sciences WILLARD DAVIS EUGENE T. DeVINE CLARK DREW DENNEY Arts and Sciences Law Dentistry Oklahoma University CB.A.J F CURTIS COX Dentistry Trenton Mis sour: Kirksville State Teachers Colleg Delta Sigma Delta Historian Appoint ment in Periodontics HARBORD L COX Dentistry Amarillo Texas Texas University BS Xi Psi Phi Appointments in Diagnosis Periodontics Endodontics Pedodontics and Childrens Mercy Hospital Student Instructor in Hu- man Anatomy JERRY CROOK, Dentistry, Clovis, New Mexico, Eastern New Mexico University. Xi Psi Phi, Appointment in Periodontics. WILLIAM CHARLES DAUGHERTY, Phar- macy, Syracuse, Kansas. American Phar- maceutical Association, Kappa Psi, Phar- macy School Association. HAROLD EUGENE DAVIS, History, Kan- sas City, Missouri. Secretary-Treasurer of History and Government Club. WILLARD PAUL DAVIS, History, Kansas City, Missouri. Torch and Scroll, History and Government Club. t.fig5b Wg CLARK DREW DENNEY, Dentistry, King- fisher, Oklahoma, University of Oklq- homa, B.A. Delta Sigma Delta, Vice- President of Sophomore Class, President of Junior Class, Rush Chairman, Who's Who, Appointments in Periodontics and Diagnosis. KYQ I' A 'lf w,, M yi ? H, , . I 3 4 Iii ROBERT L.. DEVENY D. DOUGLAS DEWELL CHARLES A. DIXON Dentistry Demiswy Low Arkansas A 8.M Oklahoma State University ROBERT L. DEVENY, Dentistry, Pine Bluff, Arkansas, Arkansas A 8. M. Vice-Presi- dent and Treasurer of Xi Psi Phi, Who's WIIO, Appointments in Periodontics anxd Ceramics. E' DOUSSI-A5 DEWELL, Dentistry, Okla- hone CNY' OIYICIIOITIG: Oklahoma State University. Psi Omega. HUGH CARTER DORSEY Dentistry Fort Smith Arkansas University of Arkansas B.S. Delta Sigma Delta DAVID K H DUNG Dentistry Honolulu T. H Creighton University BS Delta Sigma Delta, Appointments in Periodon- tics, Endodontics, and Children's Mercy Hospital. RICHARD P. DUNKLEY, Dentistry, Preston, Idaho, Brigham Young University, M.A. J. E. DUNN, Dentistry, Topeka, Kansas, Kansas State College, B.S. Delta Sigma Delta. LOIS EDWARDS DRAKE, Psychology, Bloomfield, Missouri. Choir, Students for Democratic Action, Executive Committee of French Club, President ot Psi Chi, Torch and Scroll, Woodrow Wilson Fel- lowship, University Scholarship. JAMES L. EIDSON, Dentistry, Mayfield, Kentucky, University ot Oklahoma, B.S. Delta Sigma Delta. SHARON KAY ESTEY, English, Kansas City, Missouri. Torch and Scroll, Dean's List, Student of Highest Academic Rank Award, Participation Award, Scholar- ships, Activities Editor, T956 Kangaroo, Editorial Staff of Number One, Teachers Now Training, Choir, Easy Chair, Mod- ern Dance Group, Orientation. IPicture on page 90. . SANDIE EVELOFF, Speech, Kansas City, Missouri. Student Council Committee Chairman, Orientation Group Leader, Cherry Orchard, Emperor's New Clothes, Torch and Scroll, Sigma Delta Tau. H. J. FAERBER, Dentistry, Kansas City, Kansas, Kansas University, B.A. Xi Psi Phi. HARLAN HOUSTON FERGUSON, Phar- macy, Savannah, Missouri. Who's Who, Top TKE Active Scholarship, President and Vice-President of Pharmacy School, Historian of Tau Kappa Epsilon, Student Council, American Pharmaceutical Asso- ciation, Dorm Judicial Committee. .. . i 1 .," I -9 S I K wQ11seN.Nwts . .ffl W. A . f Qu H ' wffisvsfwg HUGH CARTER DORSEY DAVID K. H. DUNG RICHARD P. DUNKLEY P Dentistry Dentistry Dentistry Arkansas University IB.S.J Creighton University IB.S.J Brigham Young J. E. DUNN A. C. EDWARDS LOIS EDWARDS Dentistry Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Kansas State IB.S.J Cc , f 1 A T ,LZ V V! ' f H ' iw A P' 1 , ,gy . 4-. V"4Wf'i.-PX '7f j" , J, f 7, '. !0f GQ yy Q W X ,, 4 , S X, I V? , f M, - JAMES L. EIDSON BILL EIRLS DOMING, W. EMANUELLA Dentistry Arts and Sciences Law Oklahoma University fB.S.J Elf ,,,' T 7 EVELOFF H. J. FAERBER HARLAN FERGUSON Arts and Sciences Dentistry Pharmacy Kansas University IB.A.J 7l 'W' MERCEDES FITCHTNER Law I 1 xiii 229 xc . ,Xe x w f I yi: r , ff? X JOSE FRANCO Arts and Sciences Colorado' University of Denver. Psi Omega Appointment in Periodontics WILLIAM S. FLATT, Dentistry, Burlington, WILLIAM HUGH FROST, Dentistry, EI- more City, Oklahoma, University of Ok- lahoma, B.S. Xi Psi Phi, Appointments in Pedodontics and Periodontics. Agn, WM' BRUCE A. FRYE, Dentistry, Wheeler, Texas, Oklahoma University. Delta Sigma Delta, Appoinment in Diagnosis. WILLIAM S. FLATT ROBERT M. FOX Dentistry Law Denver University B. BOYD FURBECK, Dentistry, LaCrosse, Kansas, Fort Hays Kansas State Teachers' College, A.B. Delta Sigma Delta. G. C. GIBSON, Dentistry, Tahlequah, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University. Delta Sigma Delta. CONNIE McCALL GIVENS, Dentistry, Las Vegas, Nevada, University of Southern WILLIAM HUGH' FROST BRUCE A. FRYE Dentistry Dentistry California. Secretary of Sophomore Class, Oklahoma University lB.S.J Oklahoma University Appointment in periodontics B. BOYD FURBECK Dentistry Ft. Hays St. CA.B.J CONNIE McCALL GIVENS Dentistry University of Southern California REX DEAN GREIM, Pharmacy, Excelsior I f Springs, Missouri. Representative on Dor- mitory Council, Newman Club, American I Pharmaceutical Association. an .1 .. LAWRENCE GEPFORD G, C, GIBSON Law Dentistry Oklahoma State University X l 'TT I' Q X X, X 5 C i x i.,' fi A X 5 T if tn, ,IQ X S M RICHARD GRAULICH REX GREIM l-UW Pharmacy BILL GRIMES, Dentistry, LaCrescenta, Cal- ifornia, University of California, Los An- geles, B.S. Xi Psi Phi President, President of Class. JOHN L. GRUENBERG, Dentistry, Chel- sea, Oklahoma, Tulsa University. Delta Sigma Delta. Q23 VEBATE TODAY LAURENCE THOMAS HELMSTETTER, Pharmacy, Kansas City, Missouri. Vice- President of American Pharmaceutical Association, Dean's List, Kappa Psi. BENNIE ROY HENDERSON, Business Ad- ministration, Kansas City, Missouri. Presi- dent of Business School Association, Treasurer of Student Council, Treasurer of Nu Rho Psi, Who's Who, Western Auto Scholarship. CARLOS RIVERA HERNANDEZ, Law, Uni- versity of Puerto Rico, San Juan School of Law, Columbia University. Phi Alpha Delta. JOANN OPPENHEIMER'HERSHMAN, Ele- mentary Education, Kansas City, Missouri. Kangaroo Queen I957, Who's Who, Delta Alpha, Torch and Scroll, Associate Justice of Student Court, Participation Award, President of School of Education, Student Council Representative, Chair- man, Student Council Committee, State Secretary of Future Teachers of America, Delegate to Conventions. ALVA E. HIATT, Dentistry, San Diego, California, Denver University, B.A. Xi Psi Phi, Appointment in Crown and Bridge. BILL GRIMES Dentistry University of California Los Angeles JOHN L. GRUENBERG EUGENE c. HALL Dentistry Lqw Tulsa University X K ff N I . 5. 1 I .L , 2-fly. ' , , N. A - ,xv- N E f SR S ff 6 N, ff? if ff il f , 'Q tY"i,29CWff, L' Qi 'N . sg- Jmgj il 'W lfcfffi ssl -.ihzfffffs -T f LEO K. HAMMOND BERR HARDWICK LLOYD HELLMAN Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Lqw LAURENCE HELMSTELLER BENNIE HENDERSON CARLOS HERNANDEZ Pharmacy Business T a, -,772 ft fs sc Q ., :AX w,4?!! , f . , X 5 , 44 I, C is 1- . . 7 .W 451513 11 , 'fig -' ,QM ' , , 'F f ' V ff K si W2 . flffcf WMM, ' ' -W M -. . mt ,ml 'assay JO ANN V. HERSCHMAN ALVA E. HIATT SHELBY HIGHSMITH Education Dentistry Law Denver University IB.A.l 73 'i 5 2 fx, .txt ,411 Q 1 , 1.4 W . , if f Ivy 5 - Qiiff f fl li 'P f F , . ,l y I 5 I J ag 3 P ii K' K, EDWARD Y. H'lRASHlMA PHILLIP W. HOCKER BONNIE HOLEMAN ' Dentistry Law Arts and Sciences Q University of Kansas City fB.S.D Q 5 l l l . l DAVE HOLMAN DEE F. HONEY DONALD R. HOOVER . Arts and Sciences Dentistry Deniisfft' University of Kansas City Drury College fB.A.j 1 , 7 t 1 y 1 l l , i , 1 K l , , , , v w i' , . ., tg L Hx, 1, 545 IL , ' 's , gs. 7 13" I gs, V ,I , . ,gm t . t . ' I 1 ,,. , , ix . mu 1 x XX Af 4 xx M f f, f x st' ,W 1 if I X -. Af 1.1 3 3 ,srer, . - J I THOMAS P. HORKAN ROBERT M. HORNER GLENN L. H'OUGH ' l Law Dentistry Dentistry i X l Brigham Young University Kansas State Teacher l dl l 4.2 t K ff I i 4 5 Y . . X ALLEN HUME RON HUSTED ANTHONY L. INGINO Arts and Sciences B ' U5""e55 Dentistry EDWARD Y. HIRASHIMA, Dentistry, Hon- olulu, Hawaii, University of Kansas City, B.S. Delta Sigma Delta. DAVE HOLMAN, Art, Overland Park, Kansas. Editor, 1958 Kangaroo, Associ- ate. Editor, 1957 Kangaroo, Cartoonist for 1956 Kangaroo and U-News four years. DEE F. HONEY, Dentistry, Drumright, Ok- lahoma, University of Kansas City. Xi Psi Phi, Treasurer of Junior Class, Chairmaon of Finance Committee for Bushwacker Ball. DONALD R. HOOVER, Dentistry, Spring- field, Missouri, Drury College, B.A. Xi Psi Phi, Appointment in Periodontics. ROBERT M. HORNER, Dentistry, sand- point, Idaho, Brigham Young University. Appointment in Periodontics. GLENN L. HOUGH, Dentistry, Pittsburg, Kansas, Pittsburg State College, B.A. Xi Psi Phi, lnter-collegiate Baseball Team, Appointments in Diagnosis, Pedodontics and Periodontics. I ALLEN HUME, Psychology, Kaiwsas City, Missouri. Chaplain and Vice-President of Tau Kappa Epsilon, Treasurer of Inter- Fraternity Council, Chairman of Election Committee, Orientation Committee and Group Leader, Editor of TKE Tips, Psi Chi, Pep Club, U-News Staff. ' RONALD HUSTED, Business Administra- tion, Kansas City, Missouri. Nu Rho Psi, Veterans Organization. ANTHONY L. INGINO, Dentistry, Kansas City, Missouri, University of Kansas City, Junior College. Associate in Arts. STE' sas tica twic GEC couu ingt Epsi JAC Utal Sigr Brid JAN Clex Cou enci ider den Delt Scrc mar rese tra-' ers, JO! mac and den Hell Alpl pati Sec: Ame Stuc Cou ROP Kan Coll Schi gran W.. lahc APP don' University of Kansas City try, Hon- sas City, td Park, f Associ- artoonist ,ws four ght, Ok- y. Xi Psi lhairmaon hxwacker Spring- A. Xi Psi y, Sand- niversity. 'ittsburg, B.A. Xi I Team, adontics, as City, ident Ot at Inter- Election 'ee and Psi Chi, 'ninistra- Rho Psi, Kansas as City, STEWART MELVIN ILIFF, Pharmacy, Kan- sas City, Missouri. American Pharmaceu- tical Association, Kappa Psi, Tennis Team twice. GEORGE PERCIVAL JACKSON, JR., Ac- counting, Kansas City, Missouri. Wash- ington and Lee University. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Intramural Chairman. JACK J. JENSEN, Dentistry, Richfield, Utah, University of Utah, B.S. Delta Sigma Delta, Appointment in Crown and Bridge. JAMES T. JOB, Business Administration, Cleveland, Missouri. President of Student Council and College of Arts and Sci- ences, Secretary of Student Council, Pres- ident and Treasurer of Delta. Chi, Presi- dent of Intramural Council and Omicron Delta Kappa, Who's Who, Torch and Scroll, Chairman of Orientation, Chair- man Of Publicity Committee, Student Rep- resentative to Athletic, Parking, and Ex- tra-Curricular Policy Committees, Bound- ers, Pep Club, K-Club, Intramurals. JOANN JEANETTE JOHNSON, Phar- macy, Meadow Lake, Kansas. President and Vice-President of Sigma Beta, Presi- dent of Pep Club, Secretary of Pan- Hellenic Association, President of Delta Alpha, Dean's List, Who's Who, Partici- pation Awards, Chairman of Orientation, Secretary-Treasurer of National Student American Pharmaceutical Association, Student Council, Cheerleader, Student Council Committees. RONALD DANIEL JOHNSON, Marketing, Kansas City, Missouri, Kansas City Junior College, A.A. Phi Alpha Delta, Business School Association, Band, Music Pro- grams. W. R. JOHNSON, Dentistry, Duncan, Ok- Iahoma, University of Oklahoma, B. S. Appointments in Endodontics and Perio- dontics. W I E STEWART ILIFF GEORGE JACKSON SANABRIA MODESTA Pharmacy Business JACKSON Law X. JACK J. JENSON JAMES JOB BOBBY L. JOHNSON Dentistry Business Business Utah University CB.S.J X , 77, 1 9 JOANN JOHNSON' RONALD D. JOHNSON W. R. JOHNSON Pharmacy Business Denfl'ST"Y u Oklahoma University fB.S.I A I 1 f I, f I , iff E , -1- , f ss f ,, wg. I," ww: f ' f ra my E, , fm' 1 ' , ,ffWf'-. f 1.7 " J wwf' 1' B Z7 .. W, f ff s -4 f, .,, 7 ,,QA .A ffym, K N VL . Y, ,Mfg - wa, , , 55, Jw. ff, ' , fzwk, , , ft l V, 1 , 7 "5:.Mj4,, 5, ' . . ,, - , j - f f f f f -I ... - . :fl fs - 5u21.,:.,,,,,,..fL Si , H.. ,h...,.,..,. ' ' ' EDWARD G. JONES TOM JONES WALTER J. JONES Law Pharmc-cy Low r-YW, ewf WYNONA E. JONES Education I f rf,-'S I Q ff ,I X if Z ,,,. 1 , . . QCHW Saw f 1 xi! wk X X Z 1 ft S 'fi . 1 f , , Y, A ,, nvwa o . f - f A ,W S W. Q L 1 2 ,-fm. V, if .L s 7' We ' I - .Q N 1 2 X 321 Q ff f f ,if y 5,3 1 f W X W ,i K . X f S ef Q -s. ,. ,, W, Q ARTHU R KATZ Law THOMAS KELLY Dentistry Oklahoma University CB.S.J 1 DEBORAH KERSWILL Education 76 X! f -HZ X S 1 W , f ,, . A ' YC if-sv V- ka WW!! f fyf s fyt, ,f QZZWWZZZ fiwwmmiw ANN JUSTUS Pharmacy . . MARLENE KATZ Education W fri Uf it .ff f 5 ,wg-vi -,-, , ,I .. , , , 2 puffs . A - . K x 5 f .I ' f , ,JM if afffn FELIX G. KANCEL, -IR- Law LOMAN KEITH KELLEY Dentistry Oklahoma State University fB.S.J C. SAM KEMPER ROBERT F. KENT Dentistry Dentistry Drury College AYIKCIHSGS Sldie RANDALL L. KIENE Dentistry U nive rsity of Kansas City fB.S.I Teachers College lB.S.J Em S .I Q I I ALAN KLEIN Business ANN HALL JUSTUS, Pharmacy, Smith- ville, Missouri. Kappa EpSiI0r1, AFYISYICUU Pharmaceutical Association, Pharmacy School Associates. I Y .mil .I "if-"' I-' !':l ILT: I --. 0 f X via s-,Lb ,ts . .. u hzlr., E XOZV MARLENE B. KATZ, Elementary Educa- tion, Kansas City, Missouri, University of Illinois, Northwestern University. Alpha Epsilon Phi. LOMAN KEITH KELLEY, Dentistry, Okla- homa City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, B.S. Chaplain and President of Psi Omega, Appointments in Diagnosis and Periodontics. THOMAS J. KELLY, Dentistry, Altus, Ok- lahoma, University of Oklahoma, B.S., Central State College, B.S. Xi Psi Phi. C. SAM KEMPER, Dentistry, Joplin, Mis- souri, Drury College. Psi Omega, His- torian. ROBERT F. KENT, Dentistry, Harrison, Ar- kansas, Arkansas State Teachers' Col- lege, B.S. Delta Sigma Delta, Appoint- ment to Children's Mercy Hospital. RANDALL L. KIENE, Dentistry, Kansas City, Missouri, University of Kansas City, B. S. Delta Sigma Delta, Bushwhacker Chairman '57, Appointments in Prosthe- tics, Crown and Bridge, Diagnosis, and Periodontics. ALAN EDWARD KLEIN, Business Admin- istration, Kansas City, Missouri. Nu Rho Psi, Social Committee. OTTO H. South Dal Delta Sig Pedodontii K. KEITH homa, Arl Dental Ar Internship. DWAINE ton, Kans B.S. Xi P: Class, Stl. Justice tc Omicron GORDOIN Springvilli Utah, BJ pointment NORMA pendence Sigma Ta of Arc in The Chen ESTER JE City, Mis Education dent Deli hood Edu. JAMES II Reno, Ole homa, B.! of Fresl Delta, W Pedodont Bridge, CARLIE C Valley, C homa, B, Diagnosis OTTO H. KRAMLICH, Dentistry, Eureka, South Dakota, Wartburg College, B. S. Delta Sigma Delta, Appointments in Pedodontics and Prosthetics. K. KEITH KRETH, Dentistry, Tulsa, Okla- homa, Arkansas A.8tM., B.S. Psi Omega, Dental Anatomy Assistant, Public Health Internship. DWAINE D. KURTZ, Dentistry, Welling- ton, Kansas, University ot Kansas City, B.S. Xi Psi Phi, Vice-President of Junior Class, Student Council Representative, Justice to Student Court, Who's Who, Omicron Delta Kappa. GORDON O. LAMBSON, Dentistry, Springville, Utah, Westminster College, Utah, B.A. Psi Omega, Guardian, Ap- pointment to Chilclren's Mercy Hospital. NORMA LEE LANGER, Theatre, Inde- pendence, Missouri, William Jewell. Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Delta Pi, Joan of Arc in The Lark, Assistant Director of The Cherry Orchard. ESTER JEAN LEVIN, Education, Kansas City, Missouri. Treasurer of School of Education, High School Day Skit, Stu- dent Delegate to Association of Child- hood Education. JAMES DEAN LIMESTALL, Dentistry, El Reno, Oklahoma, University of Okla- homa, B.S. Delta Sigma Delta, Treasurer of Freshman Class and Delta Sigma Delta, Who's Who, Appointments in Pedodontics, Periodontics, Crown and Bridge, CARLIE C. LONG, JR., Dentistry, Paul's Valley, Oklahoma, University of Okla- llPmU, B.S. Psi Omega, Appointment in Dlflgnosis. 1 ff ' 0 ---.1 : . ' . 'f .,-mg, j'g?3g, A X -i 1 'I . if x 5 X 3'-WT' .Q - ' ,,, .' if--s S ' L J A f 7 ' t iiif ' ' 'NNE 5 S an f S . K M f ' 'A of , , mwfgf . , , N to A JANICE KLOSTER FRANK KOLKIN OTTO H. KRAMLICK Arts and Sciences Pharmacy Dentistry Wa rtbu rg College fB.S.J K. KIETH KRETH DWAINE D. KURTZ LOIS LAGE Dentistry Dentistry Arts and Sciences Arkansas A 81 M fB.S.J University of Kansas City fB.S.i 4198 x 'sg 1 XE f feixkk fr. ,, , , -ff, v fn, ax-is Qs . X.. f . e ww Nxt M . X f .,,, GORDON O. LAMBSON NORMA LANGER Dentistry Arts and Sciences Westminster College fB.A.i ESTER LEVIN JAMES DEAN LIMESTALL Education DSUHSYVY FRANK LEVELL Pharmacy yr ' Q 725: f l ff . JW , S , -1 'ff 1 Wifi 1339 ..'-'QF f , W f -. X ,f ,M f" 'V f ' 1 nf..-c , ,g ,Aff 3 - 6 .cr "fl, ,, Ofgftfii . 3 X ff! A f ? Q5 f X X f X af gl W 2.1.1 6 X gif. . I osx A , ,,,' . ,...,., . . CARLIE C. LONG, JR. Dentistry Oklahoma University CB.S.D Oklahoma University CB.S.J 77 PATRICA MARQUARDT JAMES LYONS SAM LYMAN Dentistry Business Ottawa University fB.A.I ,f Z! V E I ,n . ff , 1 f fs . f g - ,3 s iff, yi' x fy 5 . ,V ,gf A V, , X A K ' , x :M gs.: . 'Q f , f ' I ff . ' . , for g f s i g h . I 'f 5 S -an I I 2 Q, . I , Mis s? SWS gsswf , -,ff WILFREDO MARQUEZ Arts and Sciences Lqw f 1 .X V. f 4... , X, , -f WILLIAM J. MAHONEY Arts and Sciences BOB MATHIESEN Dentistry Denver University CB.S., M.A.J PHILIP R. MAWHIRTER, JR. WILLIAM D. McCLURE JACK D, MCCALMQN Denil5i"Y Business Denver University fB.S.I Dentistry Ft. Hays State College ff, M ,. DICK MCDANELD ANTHONY MCGRATH MYRNA MCQUEARY Arts and Sciences Pharmacy Arts and Sciences SAM LYMAN, Dentistry, Ottawa, Kansas, Ottawa University, B.A. JAMES NORMAN LYONS, Business, Kan- , Missouri, Emporia State Teach- sas City ers' College. Nu Rho Psi. BOB MATHIESEN, Dentistry, Denver, Col- orado, University of Denver, B.S., M.A. Xi Psi Phi, Assistant Instructor tor Public Health. WILLIAM JOSEPH MAHONEY, Philoso- phy, Kansas City, Missouri. Veterans Or- ganization, Young Democrats. PHILIP R. MAWHIRTER, JR., Dentistry, Strasburg, Colorado, University of Den- ver, B.S. . JACK D. MCCALMON, Dentistry, Phillips- ' bur Kansas, Fort Hays State College. Q, Delta Sigma Delta, Appointment in Perio dontics, Intramural Sports. GRIN. RICH Kanst Phi, Class rator ment: donti ROBE burg, B.S. I Appr IICS, I FRAIN Kansr dent List, EI'IdOI E. L. sas, I' WILL Unive Sigm tics, EDW lulu, City. Perio ROS sas I Ienic of C Chai Chai WILL Unive Deltc RICHARD E. MEIERS, Dentistry, Ottawa, Kansas, Ottawa University, B.S. Xi Psi Phi, Secretary-Treasurer of Freshman Class, Intramural Athlete of 1956, Labo- ratory Assistant in Histology, Appoint- ments to ChiIdren's Mercy Hospital, Perio- dontics, Endodontics, and Pedodontics. ROBERT M. MENCHETTI, Dentistry, Pitts- burg, Kansas, Pittsburg State College, B.S. Delta Sigma Delta, Intramural Sports, Appointments in Endodontics, Periodon- tics, and ChiIdren's Mercy Hospital. FRANK W. MEYER, Dentistry, Easton, Kansas, University of Kansas, B.A. Presi- dent of Delta Sigma Delta twice, Dean's List, Appointments in Periodontics and Endodontics. E. L. MEYERS, Dentistry, Marysville, Kan- sas, Kansas State College, B.S. Xi Psi Phi. WILLIAM CBILLJ MILLER, JR., Dallas, Texas, University ot Tulsa and Baylor, B.S. Delta Sigma Delta, Appointments in Endodon- tics, Periodontics. EDWARD J. MIYAHARA, Dentistry, Hono- lulu, Hawaii, The University of Kansas City. Appointments in Crown and Bridge, Periodontics, Pedodontics and Diagnosis. ROSEMARY ELLEN MOLLET, English, Kan- sas City, Missouri. President of Pan-Hel- Ienic Council and Beta Zeta, Secretary ot Canterbury Club and Yearbook, Easy Chair, French Club, Choir, Committee Chairman for Bum Friday, Orientation. WILLIAM FREDERICK MOORE, Dentistry, University ot Colorado, B.A. Delta Sigma Delta. SENIOR R RICHARD E. MEIERS ROBERT M. MENCHETTI FRANK W. MEYER Dentistry Dentistry Dentistry Ottawa University fB.S.I Kansas State Kansas University fB.A.I Teacher E. L. MEYERS GERALDINE YOUNT MILLER STEPHE'N B. MILLER Dentistry Law Law Kansas State fB.S.l I my V si. 5. he - f If K Wg We as 'if gi K 'p ix , I 4 f f M 5 -'Q' in 21 WILLIAM MILLER, JR. RICHARD MITCHELL EDWARD J..MIYAHARA Dentistry Arts and Sciences Dentistry Tulsa University CB.S.j University of Kansas City Baylor University fB.A.I H flaw , ROSEMARY MOLLET WILLIAM FREDERICK ROBERT M. MORGAN Arts and Sciences MOORE PI'tGI'mGCy Dentistry Colorado University CB.A.I 79 ku ALBERT s. MORI HENRY RAY MORRISON DON H. MORROW Dentistry De'1ll5lfY Denhsiry . University of Kansas City University of Kansas City Central M'55oU-"' State College ,-I, , 1 -Lf '1L.""" xg , .gf 1 Q-. 7, M CHARLES A. MULIK MAX E. MURRISON Pl"U'mUCY Dentistry Oklahoma University fB.S.J LYLE NEFF Pharmacy ROBERT W.' NEWTON JASPER O. NORTHCUTT Qenf'fl"Y Dentistry University of Southern Missouri State iB.S.j Kansas City CB.A.J Arkansas University fM.S.J HUGH NUGENT CHESTER O'BANNON l-UW Arts and Sciences 0 WILLIAM G. NOVETNY Dentistry University of Kansas City 1 . JOHN OCCELLI Business ALBERT S. MORI, Dentistry, Kapaa, Ka- yai, T. H., University of Kansas City. Delta Sigma Delta, Appointments in Di- agnosis, Crown and Bridge, Prosthetics, Pedodontics, and Dental Anatomy Labo- ratory Assistant. HENRY RAY MORRISON, Dentistry, Oak Grove, Missouri, University of Kansas City, B.A. President of Senior Class, Who's Who, Chairman Dental School Executive Council, Appointments in Perio- dontics, Endodontics, and Children's Mercy Hospital. DON H. MORROW, Dentistry,-Boonville, Missouri, Central Missouri State College. MAX E. MORRISON, Dentistry, Caldwell, Kansas, University of Oklahoma, B.S. X Psi Phi, Editor, Appointments in Crown and Bridge, Children's Mercy Hospital. ROBERT W. NEWTON, Dentistry, Kansas City, Missouri, University of Kansas City, B.A. Xi Psi Phi, Who's Who, Student Council Representative, Intramural Ath- letics, Appointments in Diagnosis and Crown and Bridge. JASPER O. NORTHCUTT, Dentistry, Hunts- ville, Arkansas, University of Arkansas, M.S., Southern Missouri State College, Missouri, B.S. Xi Psi Phi, Appointment in Periodontics. WILLIAM G. NOVOTNY, Dentistry, Hois- ington, Kansas, University of Kansas City. Xi Psi Phi, Intramural Sports, Bushwacker Committee, Appointment in Children's Mercy Hospital. CHESTER O'BANNON, Voice, Kansas City, Missouri. Choir soloist four years, Treasurer of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Delta Chi, Masetto in Don Giovanni, Lo- dovico in Otello, and Baron Ochs in Der Rosenkavalier. Ca- ity. Di- ics, bo- Dak isas ass, iool frio- en's 'ille, age. vell, L. Xi own ml. nsas City, dent Ath- and unts- nsas, lege! nt in Hois- City. :cker Iren's n s a s fears, Fonia, li, Lo- n Der f T I I' x I I . f I . K VINCENT O'H'ALLORAN JACK I. ORLOVE ROBERT I. OWENS, Dentistry, Delano, California, Oklahoma City University, B.S. Xi Psi Phi. WILLIAM WINSTON PAINE, Dentistry, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Central State College, Edmond, Oklahoma, B.S. Psi Omega, Appointments in Pedodontics and Periodontics. RICHARD W. PERRY, Dentistry, Tulsa, Ok- lahoma, University of Tulsa, B.S. Delta Sigma Delta. WALDEN R. PETERSON, Dentistry, Salina, Kansasp Bethany College, A.B. Appoint- ments in Prosthetics and Children's Mercy Hospital. ROBERT D. POKORNY, Dentistry, La Crosse, Kansas, Fort Hays Kansas State College, A.B. Psi Omega, Outstanding Freshman Award, Secretary, Outstanding Junior Award, Delegate to National Con- vention, Jr. Grand Master, Appointment to Crown and Bridge. Law f ,Wf1hZ45ffa, f N f Y if f W if s ' J Z X X L xxx sDX J 5 X X I L , Q? K H21 .tggqsf 1 1 I, 62 1 X F712 0 aff. 0 fn' ' W s Zfzf , A R MX ff f Z4 ffj f X W Q X Law Dentistry ff wig, 'SSC My . QS , Ja , f ,Z i NS A X XX ff I , f fi' W . ,543 f ,J --, ff W, f f X Q if y ..J p1 4 X W Z Z ROBERT I. OWENS Oklahoma City University fB.S.l 7 , JAMES PAIK WILLIAM WINSTON PAINE MARTHA PALMGREEN Arts and Sciences Dentistry Education ff ' f , I I ., bw' , - ii?-ixis NORMAN A. PARDO Law Wg, Central State Oklahoma fB.S.I I X mX N f X I C N Q NNN X . Xxx, X x M Ki JAY PECKHAM RICHARD W. PERRY pharmacy Dentistry Tulsa University 18.5.1 ALDEN R. PETERSON T. A. PIERCE ROBERT D. POKORNY Dentistry Business Dentistry Bethany College fA.B.J Ft. Hays State fB.A.J 81 C. RICHARD POWELL ARTHUR D. PRATER L. N. PRATT Dentistry Dentistry Def'ltISII'Y Kansas University CA.B.D Illinois University CB.S.J North Eastern State Oklahoma tB.S.J 0 33? ' '4 4 I Z5 L RICHARD J. PRIBYL HOMER RIGGS Denllslry Education Regis College fB.S.D DOMINGA RIVERA DAVID ROBERTS ROBERT L. RODARTE Law Arts and Sciences Law LLAMBRA JUAN JOHN LOWELL SAUER, JR. WILLJAM E. SCHAJFF RODRIQUEZ 1 ' De'fil5ifY Dentistry Law W'Cl"iC' U""Ve'5IiY LB-A-J University of Kansas City C. RICHARD POWELL, Dentistry, Council Grove, Kansas, University of Kansas, A.B. Xi Psi Phi, Appointments in Periodontics and Children's Mercy Hospital. ARTHUR D. PRATER, Dentistry, Cowden, Illinois, University of Illinois, B.S. Psi Omega, Appointment in Pedodontics. L. N. PRATT, Dentistry, Muskogee, Okla- homa, North East State College, B.S. RICHARD J. PRIBYL, Dentistry, Denver, Colorado, Regis College, B.S. Delta Sigma Delta, Secretary ot Senior Class, Appointments in Crown and Bridge, En- dodontics, Periodontics and Children's Mercy Hospital. ' HOMER T. RIGGS, Education, Kansas City, Missouri, Junior College. Dean's List, Torch and Scroll, Teachers Now Training. DAVID ROBERTS, Biology, Bolivar, Mis- souri. Pledge Trainer, Tau Kappa Epsilon. JOHN LOWELL SAUER, JR., Dentistry, Wichita, Kansas, University ot Wichitd B.A. Xi Psi Phi. WILLIAM E. SCHAIFF, Dentistry, Carth- 099, Missouri, University ot Kansas City. Delta Sl9mG,Delta, Appointments in Di- agnosis, Pedodontics and Periodontics. I GEO Kansf can gmal KENI berly ciatic ciatic PAUl Miss: in D ROB City, B.S. Peric W. Sprii B.S. BEN. Kans C h a Awa dent Chai Intra Oriel cil .B. ics tn, :si Q- er, Ita iss, En- n's sas n's ow 'lis- on. ry, ita, -fh- ny. Di- GEORGEANNE SCHALLEY, Mathematics, Kansas City, Missouri. Dean's List, Ameri- can Chemical Society, Orientation, Py- gmalion, Murder in the Cathedral. KENNETH LEON SHORT, Pharmacy, Mo- berly, Missouri. Pharmacy School Asso- ciation, American Pharmaceutical Asso- ciation, Kappa Psi. PAUL E. SMITH, Dentistry, Kansas City, Missouri, William Jewell. Appointments in Diagnosis and Periodontics. A do ROBERT E. SMITH, Dentistry, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, University ot Oklahoma, B.S. Delta Sigma Delta, Appointment in Periodontics. W. PAUL SOMMER, Dentistry, Sand Springs, Oklahoma, University of Tulsa, B.S. Delta Sigma Delta. BENJAMIN LEE SPARKS, Biology, Mission, Kansas. President, Pledge Master, Rush Chairman, Scholarship Improvement Award for Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice-Presi- dent of Inter-Fraternity Council, Co- Chairman of Neophyte Day, Pep Club, Intramural Sports, Participation Award, Orientation. S 1 :Z w Q J X W X fi I X f fglfaf-swaff. .Q A 4,55 .,f, ,Iss 5: ,g Q ' 1 tiff tif. A at . GEORGEANNE SCHALLEY LEE SCOTT HENRY SHORT Arts and Sciences Pharmacy Pl10"mUCY E ..s.. .. ,, t ,,,,, ,, WE. Y. H , . 5"p,.., gk. 5 N.: - , , li" 'X X RN ' ' i.H' iQE1-iiiiw I X fi if - Ig 1 1 XA , ' Q .,,, s y "" 'i . 1 . V f N f - .Qs '. Wy e YL, f X y T , ' f ,, 1 .,f. sgfg. .N f Q -'-ff is , ' f ,, .4 f"f2' if W I I I.. I I I KENNETH SHORT LES SHORT STANLEY D. SLAGG Pharmacy Arts and Sciences Low y , , PAUL E. SMITH ROBERT E. SMITH W. PAUL 'SOMMER Dentistry DGHTISWY. Dfnhstfy BS Oklahoma University IB.S.D Oklahoma UniversitY L35-l TUISU Un'Ve"5'iY I - -I ' J ,, ,wf . g- ff, - - ZA! ..r. f ,f I 'N-87' ,,f . ,, 775 ,V S in 'Z X477 01121241 WZ! , V, .-,I ,ff 'E ' , V - ' ' 5 2-:Ij'z5h,p"Q1 if is I iff BEN SPARKS JAMES SPURGEON WARREN S. STAFFORD Arts and Sciences Law Law 83 K, f. J ,gary l fyfkff, ff, ffhf ,, Z Z f 1 X U , If ff ' . 'Wwe E 47 , H ZW M f f Z, ' 1, iff, 'M J, fff MWWWW, -J iii ,gf f,f ,IZ ,fr " J, W. 42 V X f. , X W X Z 22 ff ' E f ff Wu? 1C fi 'Q' ii, f DONALD STEWART HOWARD STARK Pharmacy ff, Z 2 X , Jw, ,f. f ff ztmiz. Dentistry Arts and Sciences Arkansas University CB.S.I ,-Ls-N, an-, 4 A...f" 'J' irish EARL G TAYLOR WILLIAM J. 'ItbIA JAMES SWEENEY . Arts and Sciences Law Dentistry f Oklahoma University QB.S.J DONALD STEWART, Mathematics, Kan- sas City, Kansas. International Relations Council, National Geographic Society, Engineering Science Club. KENNETH c. SWEATMAN, Dentistry, Camden, Arkansas, University of Arkan- sas, B.S. Xi Psi Phi. , WILLIAM J. TESTA, Dentistry, McAlester, Oklahoma, University of Oklahoma, B.S. Delta Sigma Delta. JOE K. THOMAS, JR., Dentistry, Poteau, Oklahoma, University of Oklahoma. Ap- pointments in Pedodontics and Periodon- tics. H. B. THOMPSON, Dentistry, Parsons, Kansas, Kansas State Teachers' College, B.S. GEORGE E. TILLER, Dentistry, Marion, Il- linois, University of Kansas City, B.A. Xi Psi Phi. WILLIAM A. TILLOTSON, Pharmacy, Sal- isbury, Missouri. American Pharmaceu- tical Association, Pharmacy School Asso- ciates. RICHARD LEE TODD, Psychology, Kansas City, Missouri. President ot Radio-T.V. ' Guild. .JOE K. IHUMAD, JK. ll. u. nrvnu uvn , Dentistry Dentistry Dentistry Oklahoma University Kansas State University of Teachers College iB.S.J Kansas City fB.A.D . s . A I I f f ' f , W - -- I 1 s -' J.,-1: Ss ,L 1' f , nf f gf gfe rg M P -ki ss K A, X , sg - 6' few . , 5- f 2, I ' is f as sw' f Y ,X f , I ., I ' . 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WARREN WILSON TUTTLE, Pharmacy, Columbia, Missouri, University of Missouri, B.A. Rho Chi, Chaplain and Historian of Kappa Psi. DAREL D. VILES, Dentistry, Halfway, Mis- souri, Drury, B.S. and A.B. Psi Omega. WALTER R. WAKATSUKI, Dentistry, Hono- lulu, Hawaii, University of Hawaii, B.S. Delta Sigma Delta. RICHARD R. WARE, Business Administra- tion, Kansas City, Missouri. Dean's List, Student Steering Committee, Allied Food Club Memorial Scholarship. l I N CAVTXIRED J R 8 'J K C UEPTZ ::.- 42 - a:--,B-- -9 -.1e: JOLEEN WATTS, Elementary Education, Kansas City, Missouri. Torch and Scroll, Dean's List. SENIOR R N SNK fm 54225 CHARLES H. TRUDGEON Dentistry Oklahoma University fB.S.l I i,,, V 'ZW , ,. E' .. 'VN . x 5 li . , 1 ww " K Z S , , ,, M f .R 4 ' ' ' 'fi I Am . A I WARREN W. TUTTLE Pharmacy W r ff, IV' Q ,, f'ff'flf.j Leessfsx -R ...Lf M Vwldnwf' BONNIE TUMINO DON TURRENTINE Arts and Sciences Business , ff .gm . ff ,'9-XX, M. , f ' 8 A Y I W , ' nf -, , A V 74 - . S SONDRA VAJDIC DAREL D. VILES Education Dentistry Drury College CB.S., A.Bj I KN, ,, W f ff fi A 7 f W JOHN VOGELGESONG WALTER R. WAKATSUKI RICHARD WARE Law Dentistry Business Hawaii University IB.S.l W ZZL' 'HQ' PAUL D. WATKINS JOLEEN WATTS ROBERT C. WEIGAND Dentistry Oklahoma University fB.S.J Education Dentistry University of Kansas City IB.A.J 85 2 Q .ff ,. ., fy ,, I DAVID H. WERKING R. WENDELL WHITE Dentistry De"'fi5iVY Colorado State Utah State University QB.S.D University CB.S.i .11 J ' Z I Ci wi' f Z , f -. .f ,714 gf I gg, . s y PAUL WREN EDWARD L. WURDACK Business Law Q f X f , L I ff., 1' iilfiliiif Q, Q' 3,53-1'-' 'f'Y'..',g' gf' Qgisf if QWX ., 5. Z LE GRANDE H. WOOLEY Dentistry Brigham Young University W. P. WYATT Dentistry University of Southern California fB.A.l 86 ROBERT K. WYNNE WYMAN E. YOUNG Dentistry Dentistry Oklahoma University CB.A.l University of Kansas City fB.A.J W. C. ZANOL Dentistry Colorado University DAVID H. WERKING, Dentistry, Glen- wood Springs, Colorado, Colorado State University, B.S. Delta Sigma Delta. R. WENDELL WHITE, Denfisffvf Tremon- ton, Utah, Utah State University, Appointment to Children's Mercy Hospi- tal. . PAUL DAVID WREN, Accounting, Kansas City, Missouri. Treasurer of Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secretary of Nu Rho Psi, Veterf ans' Organization. W. P. WYATT, Dentistry, Los Angeles, California, University of Southern Cali- fornia, B.A. Delta Sigma Delta. ROBERT K. WYNNE, Dentistry, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma University B.A. Delta Sigma Delta, Appointments In Crown and Bridge and Periodontics. WYMAN E. YOUNG, Dentistry, Kansas City, Missouri, University of Kansas City B.A. Appointments in Diagnosis, Perio dontics, Radiodontics, ancl Childrens Mercy Hospital. SENIOR M A ,-. W, , X QMW, ,I 'f enum- X X , KW! 4 7 ff . Q , Z.. f ff f RICHARD A. ABBOTT ,,f.j - 2 .fem ,tw And then he said . ff f - 1 :F 72+ fs sw ,, s ,, f V, f' Xfieyi . 'K I fgyww if '?f,f. 7 Waite, ' U l we?fftQ1Q1. ,,f rw' ES DON H. BARROW CHUCK BARRY THOMAS M. BASSETT Dentistry Arts and Sciences University of Arkansas 1 1" ,,f Dentistry University at Kansas City U3-SJ ADAMSON Arts an Dentistry Brigham Youn XX . , , 3 , s' Q fp s n 4 1 KENNETH P. LARRY ALLEN fy-I ,Wes M., wif: DONALD A. BALIEU Dentistry Northeastern State College d Sciences t if .Az KX, X ' f' X 'Vi ii Dentistry University of Utah Brigham Young 4 fi: ,Z fQ .X 4' 'f 7X Q3 E BECK RALPH BEHNKE fB.S,j Arts and Sciences f i F' , iv ffSSS'4 's gag. . Qi' , ,Xfy COLLEEN BELLAIRS Arts and Sciences , ,ffwf K. BIBLER JOHN BIGGS Dentistry Arts and Sciences Southwestern Kansas fB.A.J Under the table, quick, here comes m husband! y CHARLES BONO JIM BOYER Law Arts and Sciences f JAME Univet X HO CU E Q f I , , ,5 X ,,!, yy Xt Wk , ff i X , f 1 . nf . ff' g , X ff ZW f r-. X ,...s M s , - . I 'X A f , - A ., , X if SS it 4, ss Nr ' SST ii ' r X K ff V :nf ',4S-fzP'sffiXX,ff 1 I is X W4h i X if? K 'J SX- X f. ZS I . X Z Q s- if, s X Q www ,, N f' I Q 'Q . f ft 1. 2 , . .X . ' i A 4 I A X is J .H si jk -X551 gy, f X gs 5 f ,, ss fy! 1 A X 'mf N . f' Zffs ' gig ,of x g . V' 3 1 L , , 3, 4, ,Q . X ' vs X fs-A f X -. 1s X .f RICHARD BRAND GLENN BRIDGES LARRY BROWN 'Q S ii yylex . . . W I I f Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences .XS A I 1 X f,"Z,f 1 , , .- -f f,: w 9 ' . 4 .-,..v s X s :X s S- A Xe GAYLE BRUNER JOHN W. BUDD JOE BYRNES PAUL X 88 Pharmacy Co Dentistry Arts and Sciences University of Kei? Iorado QB.A.I Teache IEU te 5. 5 x 0 f X, 1 ' 1 Iii Q ,wr 3 ' 5 , .ww f,.f I if, f AIRS ICSS x J I W f 0 , LLP? TL I 'fz 5: 27 ' my J: f ff, WK X X Q X if I I I N ff! f W X X 4 J LLRL, , ! fi 545 A f, J ,XJ 32 HCES ff.. R Q,EL, .L Lti ili A A A ,l i S 5393 - .5 N, 4 , k k f',f f' - h ' D , L .. VVS if A lr , -L wg G i I Q f- If f r..L f KI 3 g A M: 'NL LL L f, E , ,f' JE N ,I A ETTE CHAMBERS Y 2 .LW 5 if JAMES A. BURGESS Dentistry University of Arkansas , , . .. ,-... v. -.I-H.-vu vuuuu lllvu y Nw, I, 'Magma , HOWARD E. CUMMINGS Dentistry 5 Arts and Sciences DAVID CALLAWAY DEE CAMPBELLE Pharmacy Arts and Sciences LL it JO ANNE CONWAY Arts and Sciences WILLIAM CLEVELAND Dentistry Westminster College CB.A.l Q, ',,Lf, ' f MMV! ZQZW hay , A i W , , , ,,, f, , L L L H L .Lg 'M - like gee f I L: sri, ,52fLw, , , i WW' Wyffff' V F4 -f , V 4 ff f 'W I WMAWZ , , f ' L ff' its f I si-iss. -L1 - CH .N L L fm ,ff 'Wy f U1 W 2 ,, In 3, ., K X iz ,, X S Z L ,,, , , ff ,, ,,,,,,4, MQ, fi ff X fg7flQf "LL XX RONALD R. DAVIS 1, 2' My fr ZW, Dentistry r GERALD D. CURTIS RICHARD DAVEE Un"'e'S"Y OfW'f'1"f' Dentistry Dentistry U niversity of Utah , ff 'wi it W 'Wt' TRAVIS CHILDRESS Arts and Sciences L A 2 JAMES O. CLAXTON Dentistry E. Central State College L Q1 72 2 , If fy J W --1. ' ff, ,f , ft. he 41 A, f 'MESS' M, , L f mfg D L . -L , 73 -ww- f 4?,ffwfv , 'I :LL if f " 1 M654 ' ROBERT DEAN COX Arts and Sciences fo' X ' W nf L L D A Mfg' NOT XXL- LTSW' X Ni W. JACK COX Arts and Sciences ffI-. s W1 ,,,,. L L .s A X 1 Lx V ff M , ff . ., f f X fff N A . :,- Y A f v s W -ff-'A R I. LLL , , N fl L' , W sy, ' , LL Q vffzw ff s 1 W , -zz N: ' A, -5 iff .I Q5 A ,,4' ,J ' W fwskw f' I :I ' i SM! .LLLVff X of ix I I ., 52 .3 , f ' ,nf "4" . 'ff Lk I X , Eff! , ' sf , fi KW, , ...mf X ' .fzytsf , , 4' f ' , f f L-If I L L , M .-if fu ss LM ,gif s , L, SQ? sf W, JOHN DAY Pharmacy ,. was ,f L ,- , ,f GARY S. DEHLS Dentistry Arkansas State College CB.S.J K! K A , vw V M X mm UW4 L ' - , 'Z I , img' Q 7 f 4 ' , 1, ' , f Q? , 7, , V , lui 5 fl A M77 M 42 ,f fr I 1 - 45f15'tT1'?"' W' " I lg .Sf Q f, , '4 3227! f " fi J W, ,557 T ,, ay, , A ffj M43 Q it 1 'N ' I 4' A-J' - 7625, ' ',',f','-W' F. tr I 5 Pi I f I ffm, f ,I,, :W JOSEPH C. DORSEY KENNETH DORSEY Y' t ' ' 4IfdI1IIfIf ' Denf'5i"Y 0"m"CY ' ' f k nsas ES PAUL W. DERFELT JAMES E. DICKSON TONY DISTEFANO Un'VeV5'fY 0 A' 0 EFICBS Dentistry Kansas State Teachers College Dentistry Pl'10"mUCY 43-5-7 Oklahoma A8-M 89 Neff' jk., , W ' X Q ff f Y M X M K Lt C iaqiw I f 'fd' , fy ' "'.,,4 , ' ff' . I ' L 1 W V ff f X Z if 5 f ff , Tr, X X 7 sf f U ,6'Q f X1 rf , A 4 1 t7 . f ., 3 ,X Jw g C ck I im ,ml , 6 1 I f . ,ff ' A, gi jy wws at I fi WKCWW ,V N' 2' , It ' 1 BARBARA DRAFFEN CLARENCE W. DRAKE TOM H. DUPREE EARL ENGLE Education Dentistry Def1IiSffY Denhslry A Oklahoma A8tM CB.S.J Hendrix College Ottawa University SI LJ , S . g 3? .,. ,J 'WU . X M . 'f-sf . s vw : m ., I :s1,-,y- s - A X, -s f 'M 1 A , , R A , I f C f ax f As? Q fn 5 . A I X ff f f 5 X H , X Q QZZQ I ,, ff rf A H X XX' S I Q K , X x dk A 4 X, I X? , C , Q, r 2 5 X5 f X C if r ATN I . ' A 'I Nw 0:12:25 L ,wt--,C-, . 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KRAUSE GERALANN KRATZ WGSTITIOHL C0lle9e Law Dentistry Arts and Sciences GAR' Rockhurst College . Arts Q, fB.S.J 92 .' s -.I-'Eu . Llrxfl is R ,A r "i"4yXR ' 1 x il XIX X tr A HX E all gil: , f, :ip Wil' C , , PY L! W my 5 TERRY l.AlDLEY RICHARD LANNING A ci ' B ' "S on Smences "mess ROBERT L. LEE RICHARD D. LEIGHTY JANICE LEONARD Dentistry Dentistry Education Central State College Washburn University CB.A.l . - 2.9313 lf , W3 ,R M. PAT M4 Arts q "1 .ffl . X 'V Z C C .Q fi, "-' Y. , gf f , W 6 A is f 7.- A R w T ff xr AK ,ar 5 Q 14 if 2, ff X N.. 3 QC RATZ 'nces ,Was A-QC ,sw f ts' " ff 6 X X f I , I X af DNARD an za ff? ky 4 ee 32'-.!.'f4" JAMES D, MANKIN Dentistry Westminster College fB.S.J 'U If C I' 3' I' C Z -I 5' 3 f"' -4 Z n I -was N Dentistry Dentistry WILLIAM E, LIT'-E Idaho State College Arkansas AGM CB.S.J s Dentistry W lB.A.7 My Westminster College jf C C C yyyyy Y M A x W" , X? ,X C ,, Qyw f 1 ' ,, W, J' , , , ' x f ,, EL '4 , ,W , A JOE D. MATTHEWS Dentistry JACK L. MARTENEY MANFRED S. Washburn University Dentistry MARYOTT CB.A.J Northwestern State Dentistry j College CB.A.J Phillips University ' Q 1 f Navy' Z fa, f R MARIE McCARTHY Arts and Sciences JAMES A. MacROBERT Dentistry E. Central State BOB E. MCCONNELL Dentistry Central Missouri State College , . , C sst. , ,, C , ff, My C C X,s,,,, in C -I t f f CC ff, s 'tw , X 1 wif ' its A r stiff fn 33.4 ,, A W, C Y WC. ' A 'tal 1:35 N ,' ,, f' ' TERRY MILLER C JACOB H. MOBERLY RALPH w. MOFFAT Dentistry Dentistry Dentistry DAYTON J- DONALD K. MEYER Oklahoma A8lMfB.A.J D.N. Mexico uaivafsafy of Utah GARY McCOY M,SE,2ff,'f,fD Dentistry university CB.S.J CB.S.l A d S.. P d , University of I , ns an memes CcoTllegeen?B?Algl Kansas City fB.A.J ' , : , y' "Wi ' r I A K , f- , f ' A xx T 1: f fe YYY,,fy Z, a,..,SY, ,JN .5 X F 1 . if W,a,,,,!,, I If V if J: ROBERT NOYES 4 ,,ff M, MAA, Denfigfry PAT MONTGOMERY DORSEY J. MOORE ALBERT L. MULLIKEN University of Utah Arts and Sciences Dentistry Dentistry Central Missouri State University of Kansas CB.A.J 93 X .. 40 SCC , y Ct I ff av 'SWA i in ff' i 'Q, f, ,,,l' LINDA O'DELL DURL W.. O'NElL Arts and Sciences DSUIISIYY Kansas State College CB.S.J W. PETER M. ORR lll RUSSELL G. OWENS Dentistry DSNTISIYY Huron College Union College IB-A-I 'ff' 1" W , 2 I f ff f In Je K W X DUANE E. JOSEPH' E. PEARCE RICHARD L. PEEPLES EDWARD A. PETERS EUGENE PETERSON JOE M. PIERAT BlllY R-.ROD PATTERSON Dentistry Dentistry Dentistry Pharmacy Dentistry Dfnllslrl' Dentistry Union College fB.A.l University of Texas Tech fB.A. 5-W' M'550U"' S Oklahoma A8tM Kansas City R 1 QR ' sf 6 0 4 sw. 1 - i s X JIM PONDER MARY ANN KAREN PRICE MARVIN RAINEY Arts and Sciences CLAYTON PORCHE Arts and Sciences Law Dental Hygiene S qB.A.y But Jim, goat's milk is a wonderful mixer. 1 I is f 1 WX I O . ff f X ,slf , R AE P f t V 1 ,MI A 5 x 'M l ' A I A ' - vu? l u SLM RAY EDGAR K. 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JOYCE BANKEN School of Dentistry Dentistry Dentistry Dentistry Oklahoma University fy N, 1 . X 6 ...R A, , as ff 4 4 R nm. t f V W X -1-ff.. .ogg Z y ,MLSi?Z?3 W Tywy 22? Wig . X , MN.- MARILYN BECK WALLACE BERNING J. S. BOYCE P. Z. Arts and Science 98 BRADLEY F' U' Law Dentistry Denfisfry Brigham Young Southwestern College University fB.S.j 5 i K t i --fe-yr-rag-ge Q 7 f s X ., Q 'Q S M -W Z f se X N Ay X if , VI ,XX ix VW X fl iz ANI K 'tag 75 i f S5 rw. R fff! 1 2' 5 W2 f Z Kgs Q XO W X' 1 7 RN Q ., S.. K X2 , C. V. BARBOA Dentistry New Mexico University fB.A.J Zag.. I 'uw ,, f. is , f .Ni ,, , ' K-"1 . N ' IAM.. . v. X -E ,..,2 . ' ' 0 we ' fi? 1 1.3 ' ,'tf'27x Iwi Q 2 , x f , W0 R pw ff ,, f fif xx- , ss X xv X X xx? tf.J'lM Zvi . 'IKM' MW M 4. an Q 7 4" X rr 'lfffrr we ' . .1 We 11 2 'args M . K -4' f ur 'J' ' WV if L Z .Q f!ex f if f iffy g ROGER BORGELT Arts and Sciences P. G. BARKETT Dentistry Northwestern Sta' Oklahoma . ' 'Y ' . . fi 4391, .inc-"ffg. 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CLARK Dentistry Dentistry Dentistry Dentistry Colorado State Kansas University Arizona State College Greenville College College fB.S.D iB.S.D t ef Q sf-is .s, . 'QQ' . Q SJ Y JERRY COLE JERRY COLLIVER K. A. COMPTON Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Dentistry S. H. DALTON Dentistry Kansas University Drury College fA.B.J 5 ,, .Q f ' f ff" ' I ' 'Y f ' sip? 2 5 3 ' ' . ' fx? tg f . M ,min 0 Q ,V 24 .IQ ff ' f f M : f f W f Q K . A V ., 4 . , 2 P f K f M ' ws r .zz-.e S, - i 3 f 4 f X sf itz 1 A M MILTON DAVIS Arts and Sciences JERRY DICKSON Arts and Sciences TRUMAN DOLLAR Arts and Sciences fail iii ' li 73 ea-ive, .ft A 1 .1-' . 4 Jig QL.. 7' G wi P .QA ,. X X 'Xgx wx, R X X Q .. if ' 4' N s -1 ,sa JM f V 7 1' , 3. vs- M M .rt , K s . J is? ' . " . -.5 . '1 X were fu " 'V' x 4 Q pit, Q 1 1 f 1 N ' gif" , '33 Q 1, 4 w ,M I X . " xrT'i,2Y 1 1 t . -cf v " .,.QX"1I 7 'us Xie? , . ,. .,,..,.,f, . . 1, vw, -f A: i". .. iw 1' x iff f . , tw f 'QW ' f A uw, Gil! 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GIBSON CA.B.J CLYDE GILBERT Dentistry Dentistry Arts and Sciences Oklahoma A81M Oklahoma A8EM I lS ER nces y -c-.Zn 4 2, IUTZ rsity l'1CeS SARA GlLMORE Arts and Sciences ,ff ' VV V , yTf,j'iJ . X - f 1 DAVE GRISAFE Arts and Sciences OPHOMORES ,q.,.,,.sm,N..w. sss. X. C. . A . 5qQfivQifsN . -as f .Q of mfg, ggf fr ff ', ff , f' wwffff ' W v 'Kp I ,9,g,,gf ff.. I v Jwf' f ' vw M f f I 255 ' 4 ff E i is , c A ' f X' Z' v f A 'j M f, 2 . . , - gi . ' 2 ' J. W. GREEN, JR. Dentistry Northeastern Oklahoma State CB.S.J , .,....,:z..J.4 1 , f 6. GARY GULICK Arts and Sciences Dentistry University of HENDRICKS Arts and Sciences x S' Z , HARVEY GREER Pharmacy f mf xx X f f, if f 1 fff57 5293 530 , .V S J . f 1 1 v X DARREL HANSON Pharmacy f W x. A W ZW . 'K 7 'if ig. .ki R. W. EHEROLD h . W. R. GRIGSBY Dentistry Dartmouth College CB.A.J in . if ,sf S JZ 7 L N V 3 , A X4 HLARRIET HARD B. E. HARGETT SUE HARRIS Arts and Sciences Dentistry Arts and Sciences University of Kansas City 1 L. H. HIGA B. J. HILL J. K. HOCOTT Dentistry Dentistry Dentistr Y Grinnell College Westminster College Kansas State College Ft. Hays Kansas State LB-AJ Kansas City LB-SJ Dentistry mv' Z f fi . , if ' 4 J 4 7 V ,ff K X SYBIL HOROWITZ THOMAS HOWE CHARLES W. is Arts and Sciences Dentistry HUGHES MARY Hol-DORSEN Tulsa University Dentistry Arts and 5Cief1CeS Kansas State College CB.S.l lOl sl' O f?'v 2 -J swan!! MV Avica WN ",' N , , A 1 ,V 4 if 1, 4942 ELIZABETH FRANK JAMISON C. H. JOHNSON JERRY JOB T. JODHNSON E. E. JONES, JR- HUTCHESON Arts and Sciences Dentistry Arts and Sciences Dentistry Dentistry Arts and Sciences -1 wf?5f':-W' ' .NVQ f V X X vis L as 7' t 1. 1 52941 x t 1 K ' 5 XAWX ya, V XZZD A S NW A s X 57 Qt s 5 f " f l 5 17 , S f A Zig X J , X ,N 1 f if e ef 1 X S L ,CX 6 f X "' ' X Y ZX N X X X N X E Y 51 : f ' ' X . f 1 I, rw, -fa X a , If f A14 . ,ss - ., vw., L ,, .-fl at : 2 ' f ,f . sg, ,, f , f f.. 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KITTERMAN Dentistry Arkansas Polytech CB.S.J 7 ,E , , , e f gk Q I 51 We ffff ' 1? ,, , ff E W Z2 Q ,Q Q-we .,, Q K Y' fne.L 'W' S A S , .L Z NX xi K x I RUSSELL KlSSlR LARRY LaCOSTA E. J. LAMB, JR. P. D. LAMBERT W. M. LATHROP G H. LATTA, JR JAN Ml Arts ancl Sciences Pharmacy Dentistry Dentistry Dentistry - Dentistry Arts and University of New Mexico Ft. Hays Kansas State Westminster Colle! Kansas City University OPHOMORES 9. M Nur-'P' , I . f, af 'ff 2. Il ,' -0 g f wwf if . ' uv 4 , . v I , 14 ' 3' . X , . -, f 95? xy r- P , . , f i , W -r . f td VI 1 ,Af , X 4 fiw ,,v"NL 3 .os iff as III X I gm 1 4417, 1. 5 5 X f a 7 fiff ii .i s Ii. ll is A i x i, " .. iss. ' ,,-:Eff 2 . 1' JIM LAWLESS R. E. LAVERY C. A. LEHMAN A. M. LEVICK Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Dentistry Dentistry Ft. Hays Kansas State Oklahoma University i I -: .. . 952 7 ' 1 .? f ' D. S. LINHART Dentistry Northeastern Missouri State fB.S.J CHARLES LEWIS Arts and Sciences 1 .1 0 li 01' , f I a .ft .41 af- xg WW s - is ff f is as X f f R X ff! I X W, . 4 , f . 3 W 6 A X X Q. ' sg? . Q4 J ,, f f. sg gk , My . ol X I 1 My .K .,,,. I, ,I 4, , :,,. ., . M, Q .s 1 Y' I. 1 'iw , , 's 125+ t ' Auf,-ff , - I ,V ,, ,MW , . ,, X K. I. gf Q, .1 W, C. V. LOUCH, JR. J. R. LOUDON, JR. R. A. MacDONALD Oklahoma University Dentistry Dentistry Kansas University University of f,B.S.J Kansas City Dentistry 45.5.3 5 X I 1 , ,, r ss I I dim .tina '- sl VW.: .WW vsys fi sway ,M WX. s ff W XX Z ,iff 25 X 1- XX X 9 , ,Zi -1 , 4 , I f " ff ,2 X Q Q ff X if YW 7 , ss Af X Sf fig f .ff ,7 , fx f 1 A . fuses 'Q ls ' .si s ,M MARY FRANCES MANDACINE Education 3 I 1, ' I , I f ' . I f N " Q., If I . ' ' 4 W4 f 4 , " f ' 3 L . N W f 1 f 'ti 4 X x 1 'f ' 1 's Z WT X , I ts Q.. V, XS! I bf' V' 7' 4 f . 7 if 3 1 I s H If x f , 1 ig. . f - "" I .5 R. D. MANNING W. M. MARSCHNER J. D. MARSHALL J. R. MASSEY SUE MASTERS ntistr Dentistr Dentistry Dentistry Art:-Land Sciences De y y Westminster College Denver University Oklahoma University Kansas State CB.S.J fB.S.J CB.A.J CB.S.J , jg 'A ' 4. f . . I , , ,ts A . I f ' ' rs A f 2 2 J I VN, , vi X 3 L , N V 6, . . V - fit S -uw " . ,,.. V4 7 4 f , !x,,,. V2. 3 Liss., fa,,',,,,',a,- 77 31 gifszgifiyf '. pt ,g ' .I . gn' V- , I - wr ' fl f Q ,M . w I Q f f I , 'Q .' 261 f ,pf ff V t. L., 'V .wf1,'5?- . ,I It W b 1 f 3. H: LA-I-TA, JR A-KAN MILBLJRN JOHN MITCHELL PHIL MONTALBANO A. J. MUNK Denfigtry S and SCIGHCSS Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Dentistry festminster Collef OPHOMORES 1 I I I i I I 5 I It f I X I 4 xx? I 2 fi Z X f. , " .ff N fa 1 f 1 'till S' li 7 f 33, , :fs if .4 2 f, 2... 7' W X . M f L. A. MAYER t, Dentistry Kansas University n 'I ,I 'I If I 1 f I I I03 ' ,I I :Q we-ns nf -1-- XG? 7 4 4 5 5 A 3 l i l 1 i 1 il 'l l i l l 1 I BOB MUSBURGER Arts and Sciences I a 6 5 Z :Ain ft? 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X.-as W f N K K fy s f fi fff 1 kg f X' ff Xp Q 1 1 45:5 JAMES PEDEN Dentistry Drake University CB.A.J CHARLES PLETT Dentistry Oklahoma University II6 Arts and Sciences LOUIS OTT Dentistry ,f ? f its Arts and Sciences f f W , I IE' X X c.iA ff I Q M C. ,fr I .- ' M'-1, X ,, Q S .S -. ' ,nfs ,. sl ' a ffl! ' ,, ,fi 1 't ki' It l V 1 . at X xml s I 5 .tit iXyl se , , v Q :viii , E ,fr , mais V JOHN OVERTURF Dentistry Colorado State CB.A.J . f, ROBERT PERRY Arts and Sciences lf 'wx I s as Q A ,, ,X i w , U I S-f t I 'M' F ,W , sig fill Q :ifeii 'W' i . f,g:f75?5'1- f NX? ff? 4. , . Xi yi.. , , FV I 'V is -45.95 szjyaxgg ffrw Ii DAVID ROGER POGUE Dentistry Missouri University If V i 0441: t. f 'f W dh. . . M, VV .44 ' I N , ., ?.,.,.w,2f "1 , ,Vgw.1.g.g,11. 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J V X ff Vff Q , . s, f 4' N6 5 f s f f f h e f WILLIAM D. PASCHAL Dentistry Kansas University CA.B.I LAURENCE PITCHER Dentistry Kansas State Teachers Washburn University College fB.S.D Q 1 c 3. Q- ,A in-v gnu.- R... , 3 :V X fp V we .x V s ,fe 1 -Q fi' . ff -'ffsff 4 if :Whig Xf5fsSfz,Qf1 . ff :mg gates sfgxixs :AV I sXbEfXJ 4g, 5:sSq,5'Z Q- M152 -1 .SX ' Q, ts 2- i f 1XX r 1, 0. ,J , , A , ff. DARRELL PORTER EDGI D Tulsa Ur LAWRE I G I I Q 9 GLEN PORTER .IC Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences AHS S I I , . L - 5 MGQQWQQQ l f A Jr' X - My ' -1 ., , 'Fiji cz X V 4 1 I 5. I 4 I L f ss-w"" - L If 1 A . S . J i - - ff- " dm I K ,ig I Q 'J t ?'f. .Q XWVX E 1442155 M A LN - E " 'S . FSQIT -F. AC... if 7 R if-mu XX Ni .NS X L refwrf J-Ax . , g 9-W""r' A '54 S, I N I , iv 5 f -V -.M , ,-,. 1 ' f L- ' ,fy .' ' nf 4. , S 4- .f , ., . ,f, . ,, , ., , -. .ss I :qv f . f I4 JW? ,tg ' ' iii' ' 7 325- 7 fs . . ,V , dis . -N S- s V sp, ' -Iss , my , Im Sass.. 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I 3 JEFFREY sHELDoN MIKE SHIELDS Il Arts ancl Sciences Arts and Sciences I il I I I I I I I I I t 'I I I I I' t l: I II I I I I 'II I. K. ef f, V 2. f , it , A ,. I, W Z . f A I I I . . , P , I X it I -5 I ff F ' I f X N. , .- ?'t X . 'Mui I RTL . 14-Q. A .1 it t ' J, 2 I. U g,,L.Wt, A H 1 ,sygf A N . 'qi I At 5,5 , . Q., . S. I I ' T77 F 'KRW J I I 4. f' fs - . I AA , gc. I cc A., y E I I 1 WALLACE SMITH ' I Dentistry fQ ids. iff A 'MUN-, .,.,..Y 02 iii Q CAROLINA SHINN JIM SHREEVE ' WILBUR SKAER SANDY LYNN SMITH Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Dentistry Arts and Sciences Aw X pug I ,svn in iz.. X Msn-5311 ,J , ' I ,Y , A X ff A A. W G. cc f MARY LYNN SPANDLE University of Kansas City CB.S.j I I , .. '- 1 , I A+ .7',, . A 1 ff 4 JIM SPENCER Arts ancl Sciences DenIl5l"Y University of Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Washburn University Arts and Sciences If Kansas City Lg ' A ii fl .. I il .: f . 33 IL i N I Q :I .I f A? ' to f . I II fII , 41 Q 7 I - . . . 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A A .4 f X r M k . ff A I I . sf. .. ff . f I A . -A 'tif A A. . 4' ti Q y I aren't really going ro i Arkansas University ' IB.S.J II I I rs. I 1 W. State College, Colorado II8 50, ,, 'X '21 . - , . , JOHN A. JARDON STRAND BARBARA STRAYER HERSCHEL L. STROUD SANDRA STROUD . STEPHENSON Dentistry Arts and Sciences L eytlwat pIcture, are you? Dentistry Wichita University '61 Dentistry Arts and Sciences Kansas University CB.S.J THOMAS I MIKE SPOOR J. T. SPOTTS EDWIN STEINER, JR. Arts and A 2' 5 W' 5- 5 me I fr .7 J' -wx X Vx 1 , -Vg, W. . I ,.y wt, i E RONIELD 5TROUSE DAVID SUTTLE JOE SWAFFAR ALLAN TAKASE JACK TAYLOR HARRY TERAOKA Am and entistry Arts and SCIENCES Arts and Sciences Dentistry Denfisfry Denfisfry University of Kansas University Gustavus College Kansas City 45.5.9 BARBARA N MR "Nav 4 M is ,t ,I Q '05 tw' --A I , I 'JV 2 , , ., , ,J ,eh ti ff 7 'fd M W Z I , "4 8 K 0 I CAROL THOMAS Arts and Sciences HAMES THOMAS Arts and Sciences gm fa W-7' ,qv ww--as ' Q, 3 If if LQ 7, 4 ,Q x Z!! iff I f' I s iff if .f lcc I Z K . I , , Maj i THOMAS G. TYGETT JAMES BAN L. EDWIN VIERS STEINER, JR. Arts and Sciences BLARICUM Arts and Sciences aentigtry Arts and Sciences iversity of ,nsas City li... 'YW 4 ,, , W mv- . ',,' :- .Q f lp. wc.: 1 5 5 """"' 'Sabi 'NNGV fv if DON J. THOMPSON MELVIN THOMPSON Dentistry Arts and Sciences S.W. State, Mo. ls if EUGENE VINDUSKA ED VOGEL Dentistry Arts and Sciences Saint Benedict's College fB.S.J I ls. I ' I t I D X, .' fum' M X CARROL WALKER ROBERT WALLER SHIRL W. WARD DON WEINSTEIN Arts and Sciences Dentistry Dentistry Arts and Sciences University of Arkansas University Kansas City CB.S.A.J I 6 , fi I F. 1 i J f pgs s W so-Vs s J MJT I A if is-ff , -4. I A E :,, QQ. 4 : . BARBARA WHITAKER PAT WILLIAMS DAN WILSON VIRGINIA WILSON WILLICCA WINSLOW gy TERAOKA AVIS Gnd Sciences Arts and Sciences Dentistry Arts and Sciences armacy Denfigfry Kansas University avus CoIIe9e KB-S-7 qB.S.7 X I , . c-is ROBERT E. DONALD E. TUNKS TRUHLICKA Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences 1 1 E NPN LLOYD WAGNER Arts and Sciences up JEREY WEMPE JAMES WHITEHEAD Dentistry Dentistry Colorado University St. Benedict's College is 3 WES WOODFORD Arts and Sciences 'II9 IRISH ewammwmwvffsez 'sfaxweswwmsexm tg 1 -x i 1 - Q is ig i 1 i ,442 Wi' iii ii iii lil !,. ?i i w, xii I i 5 , I I fi I, fm J, L , J f J Rr a Z W ft L f Z J ,Egg Wi? I RODGER WRIGHT RODNEY WUTHNOW HAROLD WYATT I J ' JEANNE ZUK RUTH BARKLEY ROY YAMAMOTO Arts and Sciences Dentistry Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Kansas U niversity QB.S.J MARGARET DOWNS PENELOPE ENSMINGER BEVERLY HAAG JANE HALL LE NOIR HANKENSON CHARLENE HULSEY i MARGERY JEWETT BEVERLY JONES GINGER JONES MARY ANN MARCY JANET MOSHER DORA DEAN NEWELL 'L XSS' 7M i. W ' 3 i Q 6 i .Ju-5.1-.,.. 1 Q L A V Xfiif, X L S 5? I x I X A L rf Ms f x r X X Rx R, X X X fa ff X s i 9? X XX NX R? if 7 1 , X Q yx O wi X X YI! if 2 4 X5 5 xi X I, v X xi I x ,Q X ,, f15H"9 w7'Y2'-,ff i f i ss 1 W' X ' O f f1Wf'X .-. EDNA PEREZ JULIA POLLOCK HARRIET SCHMIDT MARY ANN SPEHR LOUISE STEIN CAROL SUE STEWART 120 Q ,, wsw f Mya fc f, mf, val , my 2, MQW , WA., ff: , .4 53 ' f t l ,, EZ ,Z f ,- V Z 7 2 1 1 Z ., ff 'Z 31 ff 7 f Lil ig V X uf, ill' fi W, , 7 Q Z, f GRADUATIN DENTAL HYGIENISTS ww w . 4 ff NNZQSXWSSQ . I ILEY JLSEY SNEWELL Q: N If ,HN-5 gg, iyeaf Qigmiqglif 'ji , I F MQ, NJ , We 5' 'WJ' 1 Q QM? li-fig J if' 4' 1 Vggffv -I -s: QA ' I J. C, .Lv I " U:-.41 f- ffffm .-1..,I.,.fj:: R, gy! my-2 , ...gym .fgym .,.,i V , wig ,L fd- , Ijg qa N A , we M . f IEWART I I I if 'Yau 'Kali , I V' 'L , 'CD' BARBARA BILLINGER NOVETA BROWN CLAIRE CHATFIELD JUANITA WOLF BONNIE WOOD ATRICIA SUE BENELLI , 1 Z l"'.N1NIX Q I 1 E f 'xg g C X f I W W f , , ff 5 ' I f k N112 ,' 4, X E, 'V , ,X ysivr, g BEVERLY HAMILTON LENORE K. JACKA CARLOTTA JESIK ROWENE COOK LORRAINE E. FISHER MARY LOUISE FOOTE W - W '::::' 'ff FW?" , 'A ' '- I WMM :M 2-NA 'jf X W X R 1' ,f , M2 Q f , . M i MARTHA MAC,-HN SONDRA MEANS JUDITH NELSON W C B' f ' ff? e ELIZABETH KERNS JACQUETTA KNIGHT JANICE McGINNIS MQW 77' 4. f y e , I Y N J I X - NB 5 C N X 5, X ' I 5 . X X n- f'5 IZ? 7 , 4 , S I, ,Z 2 W ' . sf' a , f , ' ' 4 Bw I ff 1 IQ' Y HW' I BEVERLY SANFORD MARILYN SPANJOL MARILYN WILLSEY BONNIE PERKINS PATRICIA PHELAN MARY PHILPOT 121 I 1 I' 55 L, F Q., V3-xg-.-:, V: v:-,5, f,-ff.: -9, .hx 5: .,.. :,,.-.,.-3-I---x A ., . , 1- .x1,:. '1qA:,,-gf, .-, .5 ,,.-. . '31.x,..-b,-:- ,1-.,f,,, ,-,L N-fx 3,4-,n .. 'x ki: iff? '?.-uf Y 'V J.: 'Tit A 'P I M , .1 1 , 'I A W E E i 5 I1 E E f, 1 I. 1 Qin- ffm-vkr-rw: ! H Q ,- -U J, , , ' ', . ,W V f -T "'c 1 'I sz f ,, W 'Q f W, , , ROBERT L. BARTHELD, Sen- ior, Dentistry, Student Council Representative, Ex- ecutive Council of Dental School, Secretary of .lun- ior class, Vice-President of Delta Sigma Delta, Pro- gram, Social and Rush committees of Delta Sigma Delta, Program Committee for the Bushwacker, Mercy Hospital Appointee and Peridontal Appointee for two semesters. THOMAS DEAN COCH- RAN, Senior, Law, Mem- ber and President of Board of Governors, Chairman of Intramural Committee, Law Review Staff, Chairman of Legal Aid Clinic, Clerk of Phi Alpha Delta, Magister of Phi Alpha Delta, Student Council, Moot Court Semi- Finalist, Intramurals, Uni- versity of Kansas City Ten- nis Team. 44908 WAYNE E. BLICKEN- STAFF, Senior, Dentistry, Student Council Repre- sentative, President of the Sophomore Class, on the Dean's Honor Roll for three years, Participated in football for two years, in basketball for three years, track a year, table tennis doubles and volley- ball for two years, and was handball singles and doubles champion for three years. , 'fffffff ,ew ' 51,1 3 ' L f 7, ,X M' lf' ' ,wx If I If f X f' MW, f 7 55: f , I g frk ,, . ,,,, , filet an-,M ,fm ,, ,, NJ! " w,f,1,j ,A Ms -twwgii' gif' f, ffvw, f, W? Qt 'EW k 2' We ll 7'7" I JWZ'f5'f '. DONALD BRACKHA HN, Senior, History, Liberal Arts Representative to Stu- dent Council, Vice-Presi- dent of Liberal Arts, Treasurer I of Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice-Presi- dent of Phi Mu Alpha Sin- foania, Secretary of the Newman Club, Dean's List, Who's Who Committee, Co-Chairman of Red Car- nation, Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, Band, The Sin- fonia Show, Student Coun- cil Committees, Intramural Sports. CLARK DREW DENNY, Senior, Dentistry, Dean's List, Vice-President of Sophomore Class and President of Junior Class, Delta Sigma Delta Inter- Fraternity Council Repre- sentative and Rush Cap- tain, Appointee in Peri- odontia, Social and Pro- gram Committees for Delta Sigma Delta, Chair- man and Co-Ordinator of the Bushwacker Ball Com- mittee, Intramural football and bowling. ROBERT L. DEVENY, Sen- ior, Dentistry, Co-Pub- Iisher of Dental School Student Directory for three years, Treasurer of Xi Psi Phi, and Vice-Presi- dent Xi Psi Phi and Ap- pointee in Periodontic and and an Appointee in Cer- amics. f'W , If ,- ISM-vt 4 ' ,fffmf ' ly, 4 WW? , ,,,, ,, . ,f,,,,jQ,fV,ff HAROLD CARTER, Senior, Dentistry, on the Dean's List six semesters and par- ticipated in football for two years, basketball two years, track, ping pong, volleyball, badminton and handball, and was a de- partmental appointee in Crown and Bridge and in Endodontics, a student in- structor in Peridontology and student assistant in Dental Anatomy. HARLAN H. FERGUSON, Senior, Pharmacy, Student Council Representative, .lu- diciary Committee of Men's Residence Hall, His- torian of Tau Kappa Epsi- lon, Top TKE Active Schol- arship Award, Pharmacy School Association, Presi- dent and Vice-President of School of Pharmacy, Mem- ber of American Pharma- ceutical Association, Editor of Kaycee, Intramural C. ,jf X15 MELVY ior, E' of Alp dent Counci tor, VN tee, D tion C1 Particil Friday man, tee Cl Confer pha E ing Ac and C ship A SHELB ior, l Scholc List, ' Boar, Grieve prove, Chief Court, of Phl Court Law 5 Vice-F sas C Demo N I Ji U Hill y MELVYN N. FREED, Jun- enior ior, Economics, President ,eong of Alpha Epsilon Pi, Presi- 'pcm dent of Inter-Fraternity I for Council, NSA Co-Ordina- I Two tor, Who's Who Commit- Dong tee, Dean's List, Orienta- 1 and tion Committee Chairman, I de- Participation Award, Bum ge in Friday Committee Chair- nd in man, Fall Frolic Commit- 1? in- tee Chairman, Leadership Jlogy Conference Chairman, Al- N in pha Epsilon Pi Outstand- ing Active Member Award and Outstanding Scholar- ship Award. SON, SHELBY HIGHSMITH, Sen- Idem ior, Law, Junior Class 3 JU- Scholarship Award, Dean's Q of List, Torch and Scroll, vHiS- Board of Governors, Epsi- Grievance and Lounge Im- Chol- provement Committees, nocy Chief Justice Student ,resp Court, Clerk and Justice nt of Of Phi Alpha Delta, Moot mem- Court Finalist, U-News Irma- l-uw Schol Reporter, and Editor Vice-President of the Kan- Uml Sas City University Young Democrats. ' nc- b.. Q ' L' fr Q 'Nui JOHN W. GRIMES, Sen- ior, Dentistry, President of the Freshman Class, Presi- dent and Program Chair- man of Xi Psi Phi, Inter- Fraternity Council, Depart- mental Appointments in Endiontics, Periodontics, and Ceramics, Mercy Hos- pital Appointee, and served on Committee for the Dental School's Dance, the Bushwacker Ball. JUNE LORRAINE HYATT, Junior, English, Radio-TV Guild, Librarian, Business Manager, Activities and Associate Editor, Kanga- roo, President and Secre- tary of French Club Par- I My fmcipation Award, Dean's List, Circulation Manager of U-News, Chairman of Fall Frolic, Apache Dance Chairman twice, Orienta- tion Group Leader, Chair- man of Activities in Ac- tion, Student Council Committees. STUARD S. HIRSCHMAN, Law, Dean's List three semesters, Moot Court Award Key, Law School Representative to Intra- mural Planning Commit- tee, House Manager and Social Chairman of Tau Delta Phi, Phi Alpha Delta, Editorial Board of KCU Law Review, KCU Repre- sentative to Election Day Planning Committee, was one of the founders of the KCU Young Democrats. 'T-"fr-"F '61 S lx: """-f-sf ft -vf Q., fl! wx. QT. 'Dx -ie Fix-.. ,.. BENNIE ROY HENDER- SON, Senior, Business Ad- ministration, Treasurer of the Student Council, Presi- dent of the School of Busi- ness Association, Member of the Finance Committee of Student Council, Treas- urer and Master of Rituals for Nu Rho Psi. Y lil Q ALLEN HUME, Senior, Psy- chology, Treasurer of In- terfraternity Council, U- News, Chaplain and Vice- President Tau Kappa Epsi- lon, Election Committee Chairman, Committee on Committees, Orientation Committee, Secretary of Arts and Sciences, Editor of TEKE Tips, Election Committee. fiff W 4 ff My fa ,fif 1 , pk iw.. jg ,kvufg ,yu 1 -V . r L JOANN OPPENHEIMER HERSCHMAN, Senior, Ed- ucation, Representative to Student Council, Associate Justice of Student Court, President of School of Ed- ucation, Torch and Scroll, Treasurer of Delta Alpha, Education Award, Kanga- roo Queen, Delegate to ACE Meeting, Delegate to FTA Convention, Delegate to NEA Meeting, Student Activities Award, Secre- tary of Missouri FTA. LARRY JACOBSON, Fresh- man, Dentistry, Freshman Representative for Dental School, Treasurer, Vice- President, and President of lnterfraternity Council, President, Vice - President, Secretary - Treasurer of AEPi, Vice-President and Treasurer of Omicron Delta Kappa, Bacteriology Assistant to Dental School, Physiology Assistant in Dental School, Freshman Orientation Leader. . 75,70 , ,, ff emi, film- , qi- ' "ff rw' ff . WW, I fl 7 ,. 'N Cz T . ,f.-f -, , , , RUSSELL D. JACOBSON, Senior, Law, Scholarship Award, Dean's List, Chair- man of Board of Gover- nors, Business Manager and Co-Editor-in-Chief of Law Review, Chairman of Spring Initiation and Vice- President of Phi Delta Al- pha, Law Representative and Parliamentarian of Intramural Council, Stu- dent Activities Award, Moot Court Competition, Obiter Dicta Committee, Law School Freshman Orientation. THOMAS KN EZ, Junior, Dentistry, Freshman Stu- dent Council Representa- tive, Councilman-at-Large, Arts and Sciences Secre- tariat, President and Vice- President of Tau Kappa Epsilon, President of the Newman Club, Intramural Sports, University Partici- pation Award, Vice-Presi- dent of Inter-Fraternity Council, Intramural Com- mittee, and Chairman of Homecoming Decorations Committee. JAMES T. JOB, Senior, Business Administration, Councilman-at-Large, Pres- ident of Liberal Arts, Pres- ident of Student Council, Business Manager, Sports Editor of U-News, Presi- dent and Secretary of Delta Chi, President of Omicron Delta Kappa, Who's Who, Intramural Council, Most Fascinating Man, Student Council Committees and Intra- mural Sports. DWAINE D. KURTZ, Sen- ior, Dentistry, Freshman Representative, Student Court Justice from Dental School and Arts and Sci- ences, Bum Friday Chair- man, Vice-President of Bounders, President of Omicron Delta Kappa, Torch and Scroll, Student Council, Election, Social and Committee on Com- mittees, Vice-President of Junior Class, Basketball four years, Chairman for the Bushwacker Ball. , ,, ,, , ' r r ',,,w 5 M56 Q Tffc f if 1 ,, X, ,,, -s ,fm ., X ff f f -- yyyf X I ff - ff f ff 2 MW' ,4 ' ,,'- My - JOANN JEANETTE JOHN- SON, Senior, Pharmacy, Society and Pharmacy Ed- itor of U-News, President and Vice-President of Sigma Beta, President of Delta Alpha, Historian Apotheke, Chairman of Snow - Ball, Orientation, Publications, and Leader- ship Retreat Committees, Pan-Hellenic Representa- tive, Dean's List, Intra- mural Sports. JANICE LEONARD, Junior, Education, Orientation Group Leader, Freshman Steering Committee, Bum Friday Committee, Baptist Student Union, Secretary, Mission Chairman, Mu Phi Epsilon, Women's Recrea- tion Association, Vice- President of Teachers Now Training, Panel of Ameri- cans, Dean's List, Mu Phi Scholarship, Reporter ot WRA. xg., .S ' KENNETH PAUL JONES, Junior, History, "Murder in the Cathedral," "Heidi," "Tempest," U-News Staff, Co-Chairman of National Student Association Com- mittee, Treasurer ot Radio- TV Guild, Delta Chi Secre- tary, Alumni Secretary and Delegate to National Convention, Delegate to UNNSA International Con- vention and Regional Chairman for lnternation Affairs, Fall Frolic Chair- man, Orientation and Bum Friday Chairman. JAMES DEAN LIMESTALL, Senior, Dentistry, Intra- mural Football, Basketball, Bowling, Treasurer of Sophomore Class, Treas- urer of Delta Sigma Delta, Member of Rush, Program and Finance Committees for Delta Sigma Delta, Senior Appointee in Peri- odontics, Appointee in Crown and Bridage, As- sistant Instructor in Fresh- man General and Oral Histology Courses. ROSE Senio senta Stude of F Vice- of Ec WRA Capti Serge Alphe C hail Co-C for Bowli letics JA' Sei ma dei Tre Ep: :ca cia tioi Ch Frii ani Psi nitj Sp- Z 5,f.2,7't -I .. gh 5 .. .4. . ,W 0 s is N 0 .-iz' , .. s.: .. 3 .Af x :mg Nss g ff -1 VIRGINIA PEARCE, Senior, Music Education, Record- ing Secretary of Pan-HeI- Ienic Council, "Don Gio- vanni," Personnel Man- ager and Advisory Com- mittee for Choir, President and Vice-President of Sigma Alpha Iota, Ser- geant-at-Arms of Delta Alpha, Vice-President of the Baptist Student Union, Delta Alpha, Torch and Scroll, Dean's List six se- mesters, Service Award. MARTHA WIEDENMANN, Junior, Medical Technol- ogy, Social Committee of Student Council, President of the Pep Club, Historian and Vice-President of Sigma Beta Sorority, Who's Who Committee, Participation Award, Chairman of Sno-Ball Queen Committee, Chair- man of Bum Friday Queen Committee, Group Leader for Freshman Orientation. ,, ,, -M 7 X, 'X lll X Al I I I 1 ,, s fy, s llll I HENRY RAY MORRISON s I Senior, Dentistry, Council- ROBERT W- NEWToNf A n1Qn-Q1--large and Vice, SeI'iIOI', hDenTISTI'yf I President of Student Coun- among is Ufflvlllesi TU' JONES, ROSEMARY ANNE LYTLE, cil, U-News, Appointment den? CEOUnCiI, Who's Who "Murder Senior, Education, Repre- to Mercy Hospital, Presi- Commmee, SGCVGTUVY and "'Heidi," sentative and Secretary of dent of the Senior Class, 5e"9e0nf'C1f'AYm5. Of The ws Staff, Student Council, Secretary Sports Editor of Kanga- Bofmdel' .I:'C'fe':n'TYf AP' National of Pan-Hellenic Council, roo, among top ten ath- Pomfee 'U CI'09"'05'51 on Com- Vice-President of School Ietes at KCU for two Blf'IY'Q'BUII Dance C0m' ot Radio- of Education, President of years, Freshman Steering mmee IWC Years' member Zhi Secre- WRA, President and Sports Committee, Chairman of XI PSI PPI' BU5hYV0'Cke" BGII :tary and Captain of Sigma Beta, Quad Dance, President I:'n0nCe Commmeef Bask' Iational Sergeant-at-Arms, .Delta and Secretary of the efbvllf f00fI9C'IIf.V0IIeY' egate to Alpha, Cheerleader, Co- Bounder Fraternity, Presi- bell, lable Ienmsf and :nal Con- Chairman of Bum Friday, dent of the Intramural Softball- egional Co-Chairman of Publicity Council, Choir. nternation for Homecoming, WRA ic Chair- Bowling Medal and Ath- and Bum letics Award. JAY ELDON PECKHAM, MESTALL, Senior, Pharmacy, Phsar- . I 1 - macy School, Justice tu- y, n ra . . d osketbcll dent Court, Historian an Urer oi Treasurer of Tau Kappa JANE ROBB THOMPSON, PGN I-HRRENTIZIEQ ,Sem S Trecsn Epsilon, President of Amer- Junior, Law, Treasurer, 'QT' Blfsmess A m'n'5l"C" MG Delta ican Pharmaceutical Asso- Eleciion Commissioner, TIOFU Liberal AHS ReP'e' Pro rang ciation, Student Participa- and Board of Governors, 5?nfC'f'Ve to 51'-'dem Coun' Dmmgfees tion AWCFCI, A Cappella Vice-President ot Jackson El, SecEreti:1ry 013632: Choir, Co-Chairman Bum Co Young Democrats, .UPP0 Pf' On' Fi,-,Dgggl FVICIUY DCHCB, FOUHCIGI' Academic Committee of LIQI' Commmee Com' Entee in and Organizer of Kappa Student Council, Legal Aid mgffees and SOCK' Coq- G e AS- Psi Pharmaceutical Frater- Clinic, Law Review, Ad- mittee of Sludenl icuii' ' is Eresh nity of KCU, Intramural ministration Secretary, Phi 3fC.l1 and fssgg dams' ' Sports. Delta Alpha Women's . 0"mC'n.0 ' -nd Oral if y,yy,,,,, Legal Fraternity' Observer tion, Chairman gf 'WeI- I I If fljl I , to American Bar Associa- come Dance, usgess- yify C tion London Meeting, mans Bas!! Dance omi ff' Hostess, Coffee Hour Lec- gmfeff an nframum y tures. por S' I ' I " ' " li ,Yi 'Tk I 'ff" " 45' E 'T , ss.. S1 I . s fl I gawk' We X Yi ncaa-for f -l-l A, Q1 ggfiffxf .wr .f ' 9 Mig '-f ss, Q 14, -' f ,s..sg,,.xn R 'Z cw .QL "fl Qi.-5 ,Agp -,, 4. V' . C' ws." .H '. Jigs.. 1 .if-gag. ,,- , 47 sf -2 j. .gi fn -t 5. ,,gs.Q5L,,:gs, A.. ,. 'E' , ,, if ,W W ' , ' I5 , M , yf I , ,, W W, ,, if if g f K , , u M ' xx fZ772. ,,fN 4, ,, www f N Eitggzg x g?4 5'-rv AA S X1 Q 5, 4 xl , ,, Wrqi, ff S.. f M na Jr I ' S A f af ', Aff Xi ,fi I S 'Q ' Z 1, -an D f ll . x 'rl if Q A L ' wif wi' Q I , x, 1 ur r Y EF 3 4 F5 x O - X, , ..- . .- , .... .. . Jil. ' :ml L, .... -, - w GMICROII DELTA KAPPA N ss .f 3 .X f I S Charles N. Bono, Jim Job, Hugh Nugent, Don Brackhahn, Thomas Sims, William McCreary, William L. Crain, Wheaclon Bloch. OFFICERS Charles N. Bono ,..,... ,,.,,,, P regidem William E. McCreary .,..,,,., ,.,,,.,,,, S ecretqry Don Brackhahn ,,,,,. ,,,,,,- T reggurer Founded three years ago, Omicron Delta Kappa, Men's Na- tional Honorary Fraternity, was able to present KCU's first leadership conference this year. While grade point standing is a prerequisite for membership, extra-curricular activity is also an important requirement. The purpose of Omicron Delta Kappa is to recognize men for outstanding work in activities, to bring together men from all phases of college life and to bring to- gether members of the faculty and student body on a basis of mutual interest and understanding. The membership is composed entirely of seniors. CHARLES BONO DON BRACKHAHN DUARD ENOCH LARRY JACOBSON JIM JOB RICHARD JONES ARTHUR KATZ JOE KLASSEN DWAINE D. KURTZ HUGH NUGENT TOM SIMS ARTHUR STEPHENSON DEAN WHEADON BLOCH CHARLES CARNES DR. WILLIAM L. CRAIN WILLIAM MCCREARY BENCH AND RGB! Z Q smcu Q 5355 M Bench and Robe, the honor society of the School of Law, gives recognition to the attainment of scholar- ship of a superion quality and implements the ideals, growth, and welfare of the University of Kansas City School ot Law. A candidate must be in the upper ten per cent of his class, have twenty-four credit hours of residence -and sixty credit hours of professional courses in the School of Law. This year's honor initiate is Judge Ross Rizley. SHELBY HIGHSMITH HUGH NUGENT NORMA KINDSUATER VIVIAN BELL JACK ORLCDVE WARREN STAFFORD CARL BERNER AUSTIN VAN BUSKIRK WILLIS IVICCANN OMICRDN KAPPA IIPSILOII Th members of Omicron Kappa Upsilon are the highest ranking seniors in the graduating class of the Dent l S hool . . . This honor is bestowed upon the twelve per cent of the senior class iudged to have the high h lastic standing, most superior clinical preparation, and most desirable personal qualifications. Omicr pa Upsilon is a national organization, founded at the Northwestern University Dental School. EDWARD JIRO MIYAHARA g ALBERT SUEO MOR! LE GRANDE HERBERT WOOLLEY l HAROLD GENE CARTER ANTHONY LAWRENCE INGINO MAX ELDON MURRISON WALTER RYUICHI WAKATSUKI WAYNE EMERSON BLICKENSTAFF ROBERT LEE DEVENY CLARKE DREW DENNEY WALDEN RAYNOLD PETERSON RICHARD DOYLE BARLET ROBERT CLAIR WEIGAND OFFICERS I RiCharCl B. Smith ........ .............. P resident . Richard Byrne ....... ........, V ice-President William J. Rast ........ ....... S ecretary-Treasurer Samuel Coker ..... ,..,,,,,,,...,, H istorion Lyle W. Willits ......... ....... F aculty Advisor Rho Chi is the national honor fraternity in the field of Pharmacy. Members are selected on the basis of scholarship and high per- sonal qualifications. Rho Chi aims to acquaint students with the professional aspects of pharmacy and to point the way to instruc- tive study and research in this field. lt is o national fraternity, dating from 1922, the Alpha Omega Chapter at UKC was estab- Kneeling: Charles Byrne, Standing: Gene Adams, lished in 1954. Thomas Jones, Dr. W. J. Rost, Dr. S. T. Coker, Sister Daniel Joseph, Richard Smith, Dean L. L. Eisenbrandt, Terry Dolan, Charles Cantwell. 2 l DEMYS LIST The Deon's List is o scholostic honor, based ony on grcl es, g percent of each class in eoch of the schools of the University. FRESHMEN WILLIS ALDERSON CAROLINE BAKER DONALD BARASH R. T. BARTON INARA BERZINS JUDITH BLAKELEY LAWRENCE BROWNLEY G. A. BUNCH R. L. CEARLEY T. D. ELLIS HARRY EVERETT FRED FELLERS KAREN GRIESER JACOB HANSON G. C. HARGER F. E. HICKMAN V. D. HILDINGER JERRY HOLCOMB EDWIN INGRAM BARBARA JACOBSON PAUL KLUGMAN MARY LOU KROPF JOYCE LANCE CLAUDIA LOWE R. K. McDANIEL MICHAEL MCCORMICK WILLIAM MARTIN LE ROY MOREVITSKA MARGARET NICHOLS RICHARD NYLAND J. R. OVERTURFF V. L. PALMER G. L. RUTHERFORD K. E. SALYER MARSHALL SAPER RICHARD SEARS WANDA SHIPLEY KATE SHRAGO DONALD L. SMITH H. L. STROUD D. J. THOMPSON ROBERT TREECE JAMES TURNER DON WALTERS DWIGHT WENZEL PATRICIA WILLIAMS VIRGINIA WILSON ROY YAMAMOTO I d Iistin the highest ten SOPHOMORES ROBERT BAILEY RALPH BEHNKE J. S. BOYCE JOSEPH CASKEY N. L. CLARK D. W. ENOCH J. D. FREDRICK SARA GILMORE WILLIAM GOFF HARVEY GREER B. E. HARGETT MARILYN SUE HARRIS ROBERT HUTTON JAMES LAWLESS R. A. MCPHERSON WARREN MALL DIANE MARSH W. M. MARSHNER J. D. MARSHALL ROGER MORRIS PETER NEWMAN P. S. OBATAKE EDWARD OGDEN W. M. ROSHLING J. M. RUDD ROBERT SAUNDERS LOWELL SCOTT EDITH SOLIGO FRANKLIN STEARNS AUDREY STECK OLIVER THOMPSON PHILIP WALTON JUNIORS W. E. BECK CHARLES CANTWELL DANIEL CARBAUGH JAMES COOPER HOWARD CRAVENS LOIS EDWARDS SHARON ESTEY WILLIAM FETZER CLARK GALVIN MARSHALL GORDON RICHARD GREY J. L. HADEN J. R. HANN MARSHALL HAITH MARY LOU HALL DAVID HARUTUN KENNETH HILL ALVIN KLEINSASSER JAY LEPPER ROSAMOND LINVILLE JOHN LYON LAWRENCE MARSH J. L. MARTENEY K. K. MEYER WAYNE PATTON HOWARD ROBERTS D. W. ROY W. M. RICHMOND JOHN RYNARD B. SANDOVAL HRATCH SARIAN T. SATO GEORGE SCHAEFER STANLEY SELIGSON J. H. SMITH JACK STANFIELD PAUL THOMAS J. E. WAGNER ALBERT WILLIAMS VIRGINIA YOUNG J I A X ' 134 ' SENIORS GENE ADAMS JACK BLEVINS W. E. BLICKENSTAFF CHARLES BYRNE H. G. CARTER PARK CHAMBLISS FLORA CRAWFORD C. D. DENNEY R. L. DEVENY CHARLES DOLAN BERNARD HABERLEIN LEO HAMMOND BEN HARDWICK CHARLES HAYWARD RICHARD HOGAN A. L. INGINO BIBBIE LEE JOH-NSON REVA KAUFMAN JUNG KIM DOROTHY MCCREARY E. J. MIYAHARA A. S. MORI M. E. MURRISON HARRY O'NEAL W. F. PETERSON WARREN TUTTLE W. R. WAKATSUKI RICHARD WARE MARION WATTS BLANCHE WEBBER WILLIAM WESEMANN THOMAS WILLIAMS L. K. WOOLLEY LAW SCHOOL JAMES BASKA CARL BERNER PHYLLIS BOGARDUS JOSEPH BRENNAN LOUIS DE FEO RICHARD DEXTER ROBERT DUNCAN ROY FISHBECK ROBERT FOX LOYD FRANCIS EUGENE HALL SHELBY HIGHSMITH PHILLIP HOCKER JAMES HOELLE MORRIS KROSS CAROLEE LEEK WILLIS McCANN RICHARD MCKELVEY HOWARD MCMAHAN WAYNE MARTIN KAMILIA MAZANEC HUGH NUGENT JACK ORLOVE JEANNETTE PAXTON JESSE QUEEN GLENN SOWDERS WARREN STAFFORD JAMES STIRLING JOHN THOMAS JAMES WALSH DONALD WILLSON Cf ff ti 5? 'Iv if 'fag 1. A if '15.'f..j?fg.r52-I3i' "Z xi 5 :us . :Q K Li." .g ,. iff 1:if?':1:-iiffgt '- -i- 'VTE' -, - I If "-.gc nj- -x , L: yraj ' J , .1 nff?b,,, 'TJ-I g:E5.f'I,I",IgA.f.g .:f.. 'I HT. ' .' :i'f'f.E""::.::J'f 212.-f-gg Izgf-?.L9mg,-. , 1 . , gfiyfggti, ' , . ., n, It , .-fl, Liv' iff' I' 1' -':I'c':',-FV .- .amiizgs-ms I .I .N15fHyk:7'x4' ' r ' .-fZ'5f5?"'YQ'55If'f -Yl-""GY,'i'f'-.i9.- .1fSrB1f'. 'r..y",:w,:-. e - --r.r?2?1.-Fw - I 1.5 ,f . 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J im Claxton Delta Sigma Delta Fraternity was founded in T882 and Nu Chapter was chartered in Kan- sas City in 1898. The primary purpose of this organization was, and is, to keep high the standards of dentistry. Nu Chap- ter sponsored a number of in- terfraternity social events and private functions during the year, and altogether they had a successful season of speakers and clinics. DELTA SIGMA DELTA d B bSmith John Gruenberg S H Dalton W M Lathrop D R Row T: E. Y. Hirishima, P. S. Obatake, R. C. Weigan , o , , . . , . . Schoech, D. Rogers. Row 2: Frank Tanaka, Moe Brooks, Don J. Thompson, Donald E. Tunks, Jack S. Galbreath Bill Marschner D. W. Enoch, Jr., R. A. Kirkpatrick, A. L. Mulliken, B. A. Jackson, T. J. Nidiffer. Row 3: Chas. Sippy, F. C Cox ll I R T F't H L Stanton D A Ballew Wm Roehling R W Herold J O. Claxton, F. D. Ferson, T. E. Welch T. P. Mi er, . . ie, . . , . . , . , . . , . Row 4- J W Breedlove, W. R. Grigsby, Ed Lamb, Al Mori, Bob Baker, B. J. Hill, J. H. Gingvich. Row 5: D. H. Werking h k BIIS 'th D'kD dn L. M. McRobert, W. R. Wakatsuki, Fred Moore, Frank Meyer, Mike Ptacek, Dick Anima, Bob Sc ic , i mi , ic ry e Virgil G. Noe, Sam N. Sloan, Larry E. Shelton. KAPPA PSI Kappa Psi is the oldest professional pharmacy fraternity. It was founded in 1879 at Russell Military Academy in New Haven, Con- W necticut. Kappa Psi includes 49 active chapters covering all parts 9 Xi?5-5 . of the country as well as 22 graduate chapters. The Gamma Theta . chapter was chartered here at Kansas City University on May 17, l 3- img, 1957. The object of this fraternity is to promote professional interest 5 among pharmacy students so that they may be more useful members 92- of the profession. I 1 L OFFICERS William Conrad ............................... .......... President Merlin Bruner ....... ........ V ice-President John Lyon .......... ............ S ecretary Charles Dolan ....... .......... T reasurer Warren Tuttle ...... ................. H istorian Jay Peckham .......... ................... C haplain Dr. William J. Rost ....... ......... Front: Lyle Willits, Don Lyon, Gayle Bruner, William Daugherty. Row 2: William .l. Rose, Kenneth Short, Samuel T. Coker, Howard Roberts, William Richmond. Row 3: William Conrad, Larry Helmstetter, Stewart Iliff, Terry Dolan. Faculty Advisor M 'N G M47 Q if if X YXXx N X'-eh 2 f 1 8 -INQ- ,N 55,11 Lf Y Q. as 1 Q nw, O if f f'7"?' V 9 , VW, f ' ' f ff ff.M.., mf.:,7n.-- V 109 1, ' qwwumnzgakm ,ww I ' V X--'z v, 17 , qc A , A ,ll - ba . 1124 Wf ff 'A - gy-Wfff . 'ifg?'47-, A 99 jf- 4, ,r . V1 -I Z, - '+f ' , .. ff 1 f . L If 'Mimi-Wi ,,,., ,mn ,, f s 1 zwi, J. 3,..,f'f','. me V, fn, , I' ,, 1 4 "VW 1,4-ffafw, . X 1 ff , K2 X. sy f Cz, ,fxitf yfy gm ,L A ,gwgzx 'K -77 ,f 4 'GRN Q9 f f M , J. 5' , , f We ,f 21 ff A..,, , , ,QR , A J' W W f f if x f f Q sf!! if 27 'ff 7, W f ,.,,,,.,y A-W4,.,.ff,,, V m,,fK.217' W' ,,,, ,,4,,,Z,,.7 41 ..,, ,, 7, WR, I, ,..,,,f.. kwa- . f 4y f 1' a . , , 1 I A Row l: Harold Ozburn, Jose Franco, Carlos Rivera, Tony Scudiero, Richard McKelvey, Charles Hulse, Amancio Arias, Row 2: L. R. McLaughlin, Paul Lilliy, Guihn W. Bronson, Lawrence Long, Jr., Thomas L. Lynch, William D. Eisler, Row 3: Lynn B. Nelson, Jr., Hugh Nugent, Tom Watson, Row 4: Robert Duncan, Jack Orlove, James Flack, Gene Hall, Shelby Highsmith, Morris Kross, John Callahan. The oldest fraternity at the School of Law, the Thomas Hart Benton Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta was in- stalled at the University of Kansas City in 1907. Its purposes are to form strong bonds among mem- bers at various schools and be- tween schools andltheir former stu- dents, in order to facilitate inter- change ot business, social, and in- tellectual intercourse among mem- bers, and to foster those principles tending to form a higher type of manhood. PHI ALPHA DELT Gene Hall ........... Morris Kross ......... xlx 4 X 2. 1 X 'if 4 E 'mm AA I-N L 7 Q I e OFFICERS Robert G. Duncan ....... Earl W. Long .......,. James Flack ....,,,,,.,, Charles E. Fiddler ....,.. ,...,, s ...........Presldent Vice-President ........Secretary ........Treasurer Marshal .Faculty Advisor HN? NN av x MNN Wfxfxfi uvzswmwmfuwww f ' '- -2 si' Q an , ' W of -N. x x 1 Q Q . X R ' , , , by , Z ,, .1 6,1 Q Y 452 4 , , 'Www 1 if I X ' f fs s sXm pu 91:27 , X f J X f 1 Nt 1 4 WW , H MK'- f.. Jh b- I mef Seated: Ed McShane, Tom Cochran, Jane Thompson, Vince OHalloran, Row 2: 'Mike Jeweler, Kamilla Mazanec, Fred Herzog, Ward Stuckey, John Hutcherson, .loe Brennan. LEGAL AID CLINIC The Legal Aid Clinic was established in April T951 as a charitable institution with the three-fold purpose of CU aiding with advice those people who are unable to afford the services of an attorney, QD assisting the local bar, by handling unremunerative legal matters, C35 enabling students of law to prepare themselves better for practice of law after graduation. It is operated by second and third year UKC law students who must be in good academic standing. They are selected for the group on the basis of interest Gnd ability. The staff is headed by a Chairman and Secretary-Treasurer under the supervision of a Faculty Advisor. Professional l-Owyers from Kansas City operate as Attorneys of Record and assist the staff members in preparing the necessary legal documents. The group considers qualified cases brought by residents of Kansas City, Missouri, and handles cases referred to the Clinic by PUblic welfare a encies, which usuall concern some hase of domestic relations, and also accepts the cases of servicemen, of e kind which the Bar Committeegwould assist without charge, such as the drafting of a power of attorney, or of drafting a will i0f G serviceman. The Clinic also aids in cases referred to it by lawyers, as well as in small collections, and in small claims cases, qguinf for persons unable to afford the services of a lawyer. The Clinic does not consider bankruptcy cases, personal iniuries cases, criminal cases, except insofar as the Clinic may be able to assist an attorney appointed by the court to defend a person accused of having committed a felony, or in any other case in which if Oppears that an attorney could earn a fee. 149 - Seated: Dick Shoemaker, Standing: Arthur.H. Wilson, Chester Q'Bangon,'gll4g1 M. Hurst, Jim Ponder, Hardin Van Deursm, Carcler H. Manning, Ona Brackhahn, Donald Emler, Leslie C. Short. PHI MU ALPHA SIIIFONIA To advance the cause of music in America, foster the mutual wel- fare and brotherhood of students of music, develop the truest fraternal spirit among its members, and encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater are the aims of UKC's Epsilon Mu chaper of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. Among the group's activities are various programs of music and their annual spring song contest on Bum Friday. OFFICERS Garold Whisler ,,.,,.. ,,,,,,4,,,,,,,, P resident DOH BfC1Ckl1Ul'1l'l ..... ....... V ice-President CCIl'Cler Manning ,,,, .-,..,,,, S ecretqry VSSTGI' Awingle ,,.,,, '--,,, T reqgurer 150 PSI DMEGA mf 55" W M X- F Xxx. ' was -r w ff r X is 4 X, ' ss AQ . Q ZG17? 5' il 3 Q x yt ' lg, IF B is Front: John Whitrock, Norman Clark, .loe Welch, Arlan Hatchet, Bob Starr, Don Meyer, .lim Boyce. Row 2: Keith Kelley, George Latta, Tim Youre, Arnold Henderson, Ray Nassinbene, Frank Wallace, Vaughn Sinclair, Joe Taron, Marvin Reed, Daryl Viles. Row 3: Keith Kreith, V. E. Hutcheson, Sam Kemper, .lim Peden, Erwin Peterson, Merwin Peterson, Bob Luttrell, Bill McManus, Richard Foster, Jim Whitehead. Row 4: Bill Litle, Roy Manning, Jim Mankin, Bill Flatt, Jerry Bartlesmeyer, Dave Kyle, Clarence Drake, Tom Purcell, Bob Pokorny, Bob .lack- son, Phil Bradley. OFFICERS Keith Kelly ....,., ,,,,,,,,,,,, P resident Bob Pokorny .,....... ....... V ice-President Clarence Drake ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,A, S ecretqry Arlon Hatchett ..... ,,..,.,,,.,... T reasurer Dr. Allen ............,. ....... F aculty Advisor Each year Psi Omega Dental Fraternity presents a number of dances, parties, and social gatherings. The senior dinner dance is held annually, and awards are made to gradu- ating seniors. The Kansas City Alumni and the Kansas Alumni groups made awards to the outstanding freshman and outstanding senior who had contributed the most to the fraternity. W Z 31 4 2 2 Z S w Z Z ? Z f 11 7 7 Z ? 'S Z 4 ,Z 7 Z 5 sf S, 55 ff 1 E R I X 7 .A nl Z 175, Z M-4 I Scenes from the Canterbury Club's production of The Second Shep- herd's Play. f Q? W I s 'fe M , ,U RELIGIOU GROUP W qi - ,ffff 4 Z f , f A college is more than ivy covered buildings, parties, and social activities. lt is also a group of people who, for a few years of their lives, live together in a community of their own. While academic activities and social life are an important part of that community, the gathering together of its members to worship their God in their own way is also important. The following pages tell of the activities of those groups who unite students of every faith in a fellowship based on a reverence of God. .. x 5 s-,c, gf'Xx'9S i 9 X HQ M so ,h X X. J-sf--.sci Q. d social of their :cademic unity, the heir own 'ivities of ip based f, .f . , V, 1, -, M, 5. . X X -,fj i ZWMQ ,M fi W f 2 2' f '4v'.zev:,',f X X 9' f 4 2, f: L WW' 1 Wm f f VZ? Q1 tty Front- Bob Vegiard Wayne Patton Basil North Janice Leonard Back David F Alex- BAPTIST STUDENT The daily noon-time devotionals sponsored by the Baptist Student Union have become a familiar sight to KCU students. Supported by the Southern Baptist Convention, the organization serves as a link be- tween the college and local ander, Anderine Farmer, Pat Foster, Nancy L Mott, Mary Lou Kropf, Lloyd E Wagner, .lr Q churches throughout the nation. The Baptist Student Union provides B05 Veigard ........, WQYmOn Elledge ....... Janice Leonard .... WUYNS Patton ..... V"'9inia Pearce... Cfiroline Baker .... OFFICERS .............President ........Vice-President .......................Secretary .......Enlistment Chairman ............Social Chairman .. ..,... Devotional Chairman Christian fellowship for students of the Baptist faith as well as other students who share in its activities. Members not pictured: Wanda Shipley, Ron Masters, Virginia Pearce, Truman Dollar, Linda Reeves, Pat Vaughn. D f s I S 2 1 ,.m..- f Row 1: Joyce Banken, Jane Higgins, Martin Froeschl, Charles Bono, Victor Battle, Jess LaPuma, Row 2: Donna Jones, Mrs. William Ryan, Jacqueline Williams, Helen Boyd, Dorothy Ziegler, Deanna Ziegler, Row 3: William Ryan, Eugene Pfannenstiel, Don Braclchahn, Joe Hernandez, George Kendzora, Kenneth J. LaBudde. To bring about a closer relationship between reli- s w un g, gious, social, and educational activities is the aim S ops 4 S AXWYVM Q of the Newman Club. Re resenting students of the x 9 f P 0 512 -T 1 E- E : Catholic faith at KCU, the Newman Club attends - - 2 w " E Q., mv : 7,l " ' Mass and Communion together once a month and lllllxxxv b breakfasts together afterward. Talks and lectures by outstanding priests and laymen throughout the year are part of the organization's active calendar. Charles Bono .....,,......,,.........,....s.................. President Victor Battle ,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,,,.,... V ice-President Martin Froeschl ...., .....,..................... C haplain Jane Higgins ..,.,.. ,......,.,. R ecording Secretary Joyce Banken ,,.... ....... C orresponding Secretary Jess LaPuma ,..... .................,........ T reasurer 158 It is Zioni: their positi heritc bond and 1 Of lsr obiec in this the K of tht ?X e so O . Vziifjgz, .I 'flf If A HMP? 21.21 DFFICERS Wayne Patton Sandra Gerber Dave Grisafe .... Dr. Puterbaugh Dr. Droll ......... .............President .......Vice-President .......Sec.-Treasurer Faculty Sponsor Faculty Sponsor The Student Affiliate Group of the American Chemical Society constitutes the departmental club in chemistry. All chemistry maiors and all those interested in chemistry are eligible for membership. In addition to field trips and guest speakers, the group was host to the Kansas City section of the A. C. S. at their annual Fall meeting on campus. AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY lisa ' u ,..,., fl aXl'fff inn .fbttfffmf l. five' 7,5 ,I 'V-,135 -' Afi'if:iz:fHff.S.fTf?.'Ez1I.7fE'i21?'f-vfffffi Front row Sylvia Dillon Lorraine Frankenstein Lois Lage, Bill Haggerty, Judith Blakeley, M. P. Puterbaugh, Back row Frank Letson Carole Pierce H. A. Drohl Wayne Patton, David Ziemer. Not pictured: Sandra Gerber, David Grisafe Jerry Cole Raymond Tool ,L s is i- n It Y I. af 3 AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSUCIATIOII ,an v- Row 1: L. W. Willits, Carolyn Dickson, L. Helmstetter, Sister Frances Ferguson, Rosalie Salaclin Robert M. Morgan, Charles T. Dolan, Stewart M. Iliff. The American Pharmaceutical Association, the national professional organization for pharmacists, serves to promote professional ethics, education and research. lt is divided into two sections, one for the practicing pharmacist and one for the student pharma- cist. The American Pharmaceutical Associ- ation at KCU is active in carrying out the aims of the national organization. A spring dinner-dance in the latter part of April rounded out the club's social season. Nc. 'Z' Q R .rf Y in Z i IL I ., ,,,, W , is 71 Ac Mariella, Row 2: Frank W. Levell, Tom Whalen, Ann Justus, Of Row 3: Charles F. Cantwell, Kenneth Short, Harlan Ferguson, Maley Smith, Row 4: ' Y . 5 ':35'l- gibizf ga. . 5555 " .FA-. A g ve ,lay Peckham ,,,.,., .......... P resident Larry Helmstetter .... ........ V ice-President Carolyn Dickson ....... ....... S ecretary Gail Bruner ...... ........ T reOSUI'Gr For Del Wit the ove tooi joui whi at , Emp Nei St. Jew tout to E plisl witl' Mer Ora Doll .less Afte Secc They ful t aah 1 -D- .- J ' 1 1 1 1 f -1 1k ii 111: 1 1115 1 1115 WV 1 V11 15 5 7 11 E' f1 ' 511 I 11 I 111 1 1 EXQ1 1 V11 1 11 Qi' '1 1 Ut A N1 111 111 1111 1 3 1 1 1 1111, 1? 1 1' 1111 11? 1 W1 111 1 ,f W' 1,1 1111 1111 1 21111 - 511' 11 M I 1 13 1 1111 y 11. li' 5101 11" 3111121 111 1' 211 1121 11, 1 51 "2 1 1 1 1 11 11. 1 11 11 T1 1 13 31 111 1 551 111 111 15:1 21 I1 sg '1133 E1 211' 1 W E 11 1 W1 1 111 .N 2 2 , r ' " l 't Q p l Asrunms - wt M ll X LC - 1- ., -'Z'-' Lcz. '5-L21 3 .1 jf? El Club Asturias, the Spanish Club at KCU, has a flair for Mexican food, Mexican films, and Mexico in general. Formed to promote in- terest in the Spanish language and Latin customs, El Club Asturias par- ticipated in many activities this year. Aside from its social activi- ties, El Club Asturias helped inter- ested students improve their linguis- tic ability in the Spanish language. 165 65 2 l 'z 5 Z W Z V L 5 A W W 1 , X 4 1 74 ' xv M , f 4 X 4 f If Z f f Sw Y 6, Q -54 Q ,, , A ,f,s, , Dee xi 1 . 2- line T by l l .....PreSlClen ice-PreSlden er ac.-Tre05U" m Clwlrman T Q? ' ,, The Geology-Geography Club was re-organized this year after a year of inactivity. lt is the purpose of this club to pursue cmd promote A - the interests of the geological and geographical professions. A tive day field trip was conducted during the Spring vacation in the Ma uet 7' Q Cove district of Arkansas this year. On this trip the members collected 1 ?:'O' is 5 ' ' 1 mineral samples of lead, iron, silver, and cobalt. At each meeting the A program was furnished by a prominent geologist or geographer. These functions and the social aspects of the club make up the activities of x , . .' the organization. s I V T wx -'. 3 ,1"'. , 0 -- .y.,g5g3 A ll - -N. KAIIG ROCKS 'VX Seated: Phillips, Gene Kinerney, Lem HUHOH, ChUCk isffaffordf Row 7: Dr. Parizek, Wes Woodford, Jon Marks, Lon Hopkins, Chas. Hayward, Frank Christ, Dr. Ekblaw, Row 2: Dave Hendricks, Dwayge Dedmon, Dwight Maxwell, N. Thomas Sheahan, Wlllldm J- Hake, -I0 n Caley, Duane Herrick. DFFICERS Chuck Stratford ............- -------------- --------- P " esidenf Steve Mockwell ...... - -------------- VlCe'Pre5'denl Gene Kinnery --'--- --.,.., S ecretary-Treasurer Lem Hutton ........ -------4----- --------- R e Porler J Sh 'l N ton Row 2 J Morton Walker Harry Snyder, Front: Buddy Zimmer, Jess La Puma, Dena Speilberger, Joe Gregg, ei a or 7 : . , Cecilia Newcorn, Pat Stone, Jim Boyer, Row 3: Marshall Saper, Joanne Christison, Keitha Sharp, Norma Langer, Rickie d D . Mclllrath, Frank Jamison, Terry Laidley, Thad Houston, Shere, Claudia Lowe, Wynona Jones, Row 4: Dr. Varna o, r Nancy Wilcox, Don Walters. Salutations . . . tape recorders . . . orange divans . . . Dena's special recipe . . . Every other Tuesday this year saw thirty-one theatre-minded students meeting in the Green Room of the University Playhouse. The K. C. U. Players organization was formed during the University's early years as a departmental club for speech maiors. Since then, it has also become a service organization for the theatre. Requirements for membership include technical work on Playhouse productions - costumes, make-up, lighting, stagecraft - as well as act- ing. This year the group contributed actors to every play, including principals in Teahouse of the August Moon, The Lark, The Emperor's New Clothes and Rip Van Winkle. Two rush parties were held for the group's twenty pledges, a number demonstrating the group's sub- stantial growth in the past year. This growth may include affiliation with a national theatre group in the near future. OFFICERS .less La Puma ..... ................ P resident Joe Gregg ...... ........ V ice-President Buddy Zimmer .... ......... S ecretary ,- , Dena Speilberger ...................... Treasurer L Nan Wilcox ......... ...... S ergeant-at-Arms , Shiela Norton .... ......... P arliamentarian """-5 X I Le Cercle Francais, the KCU French Club, is one of the most ambitious organizations on campus. In lyder, Rickie uston, Jena's ry-one versity -ig the naiors. teatre. yhouse as act- :ludin9 peror's for the 's sub- iliation WR. some 10,000 pounds of food to French children at Christmas time. The climax of this campaign was a dance named after the denizens of the Paris sewers. Since that time, the Apache Dance has become an annual affair. This year the Apache was its usual successful self with Paris coming alive on the KCU campus. The return of Dr. Crain from Sabattical leave provided the necessary spark to lift the spirits of the club. OFFICERS James Boyer .......... .............. P resident LE Katie Shrago ..... ........ V ice-President Jane Higgins .... .......... S ecretary Louis Shelby ...... ..,.,,. T reasurer iiggif . ,. W , W, Row T: Robert Boyd, Jetty Dreyer, lssa Batargeh, Howard Nance, Jerry Dickson, Brincla Conder, Deanna Fogliani, Row 2 -lim Boyer, Ann Stutzman, Katie Shrago, Jack Null, Yong-og Zoug, Richard McFaddin, Virginia Pearce, Rosemary Lytle Sheila Norton, Marshal Saper, Janice Jones Don Walters Bob Musberger Standin J' P d , , , g: im on er, Manning Chase, Stan- f0fCl Seligson, Louis Selvey, Jim Turner. M 1947, the club, still in its infancy, managed to ship M J 5 f X 1 2' My if lg!- 99: 4 .ree-' C fm: --at wr" J: X WV Q wry -x Nwx :ii W HWS ' 4 X ,W 5 X ff, is AV Q2 "f, iff, P 7 'J 4 E, ,swi- 2-'H h VA iw -.. .Wmfw 1-,-, -H. ,N W 7 V S 6? 5 5 E 1 2, -. - Wm.- .edhr , 5-Yi V 1 1 - H' ' " 7 v----,, -' "---v...-.,,,, 'f"4a-y-... .,,, " ' fam., E 1'1" l1111111 1 1,1 , 1111 1 1.111 111 . 1 1 1 Q 111 1 113 111111 11- :jk ,1 111 3:1111 1115 11111 1111 ,'111 ,ww 111 E111 1:11 1 11, 11.11 1 1 111111 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 11 , 1 1 11, ,111 11 111m 111111 1 4 11 111 1, 1 , 1 111 , 11' 111 1 11 1 1 11 1 51 fn W L I 11 11 11, 1 1 1 1 1. 1 11 1 1. 1111 11 11 I 1,1111 ,il 1 , 11,11 111, 11 111 11 1 111 1 11,11 11 H1 1 1' 1 11 W1 111 1 1 1 1 11 I 1 1 11, 1 11 11 1 111 11, 11 ,111 .I 1, 1 1' 1 1 1 11 ,il l, X1 11 111: .U 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,11 , 14 gl , J, g' 111 11 1' I ,11 ' C111 W 1:11 11 1 111 12 121' 11 11 1111 1' 111 13 1- A 111 - Q11 151 11 111311 lg 1 -swf W' ,,,,Q,,, N it l auviuaaa Keytha Sharp Mrs. Christine Hogin Sandra Gerber .loan Barkley Glenda Sanning Linda O'Dell The Panhellenic Council is the gov- erning body of the three social sororities on the Kansas City Uni- versity campus. The Council is com- posed ot two representatives from each of the three sororities. The basic functions of this group are planning rush for both semesters and sponsoring the "Snowball Dance," which is one ot the most enioyable 'school dances of the year. This year the Council collabo- rated with the IFC in presenting an evening of enjoyment for the new students. The Council sponsored a tea for the women and later a dance in the Roost. Member not pictured: Rosemary Mollet. WOMEIPS PANI'IEI.I.ENlC ASSOCIATIGN Dr Dor Lari N 4 l i ll it i OFFICERS President ...... ..,....................,... .... L a nda ofoeu SeC'e'0fY -------- ......... S andra Gerber TreU.SUl'el' ,.., ,--.---"-,-'---.4- J Oqn Barkley Advlsof ------ ....... M VS. Christine Hogin Ai Tl' pm fnt TO te of AL, Y--J' in--. .... me f" , ,E ,I wi, E 5 3 ' v l i ! 5 X 5 D2 if Hx if il i. fix, Ii' iq ,N , J ,N 'N E wi 1 lf? l I M2 9 W 2. 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FN , Vi' , I I1 I KH' , All , HK Y 51 4 -N -N I ,A it E1 xi ,-gf! E1 E sl VI . g ti , w -' 1' 'Q K Vu A l ' H ' L Q5 w ill E M -1 rw 1- V . ' ,. .... . w,,,,.,..,,,,M,-W4-um r- "'-fmzr"""vm----1wwf -'V ,. ..... 4 F Pi 2 N I ? 5 1 2 Founded in the traditions of service to fellow man, to community, to school, and to country, Alpha Phi Omega, the na- tional service traternity is a long estab- lished institution at The University of Kansas City. This year was a turning point in the history of the Alpha Eta chapter. Reorganizing and boosting the membership were the chapter's immedi- ate goals. APO was very active both on and oft the campus, aiding in the Hi-Fi Festival, ushering at several campus func- tions, helping the American Red Cross in its disaster program, and assisting the library in moving sections of its reserves to another building. APO's members look forward to another even more truittul year next year. D011 Emleff Mike 5p00r, Ron Christison, Frank Jamison, Jim Wallington. OFFICERS George W. Karr ,...,,.. Ron Christison .... John Biggs ........ Frank Jamison ..... Faculty Advisor ....... YG'3l8Y:yI 4ef'S'5s4 M QQJZZ.. 0 -W 1 e' up 'Jil like J - Karr, T. Hammonds, Frank Latz, William McCreary, Advisor. ........'Presidem Vice-President ...........Secretory ........Treasurer MY. MCCFEQW NOT PICTURED: John Biggs, George ie ff cttcc t AlPI'l PHI OMEGA 1 .X 5 tt is 11- .--w-1.1--f---v -V.V ..- jr? N X X X :wg-.i-:L-g:.'-gat .- .- :ref '.1,L.'f:11?:x.-51:3-QA X '. l A-'i, "L . . ff-1,11 :fr 2:4-' 1125, -gl-- 4 - -.: ' -, .,--',- ,- -' f , ,.v, ,..,,.,1-A fr AL--qs ' ., , 1 , ff., Q- rw, -.,- , ,- . - ,-,.f,. V, - - ' 1 ' v-:",'ig1, IS.. " ,, Rini' Y, 2.1! --3,.., Jil' , sau.. NN 5 F E- l ! 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XVWW' The continual bang of typewriters . . . the sometimes frantic swearing of editors and associate editors . . . the rush to meet deadlines. All are a part of the underground cellar called Student Publications. To an uninformed stranger who might walk into the basement of the Roost, the artwork and humor of the Holman Brothers is clearly evident. If this stranger should happen to walk in on a Tuesday afternoon, the glassy-eyed stare of Roger Wilson would greet him from behind the U-News editor's desk. And then there is the Black Hole of Calcutta, which sometimes serves as a darkroom for Kangaroo and U-News photographers. This is the bailiwick 'of Student Publications, a good place to take shelter from the rain and also learn a little about iournalism. But if you prefer the more refined atmosphere of the KCU Law Review and the English department publication, the Number HA WESTERN 3- TTTTTT' XX X fa? RX, - 'XX 1 3 -O' J' fD 3 vt -0' Q N4 Q ' 2 Q N4 -o-1 X -x - , O 3 XFN R -.D tw 3' UT E CD -Q- C O. FD '1 3 -P 'U ffm-Numwstsa... . C E awww 'M swsfwsqsrs 3' xx I 9 M. 9+ 5. 3 X N ug is O -on 2? O r FD ' -I t 3' fD N4 E. - O E.. NC O O 3 -1 C 9 "M '51 5 . N4 0 ' s, F QW A N 6 Q fi km 4 V1 5: 6 w 7 Q 2 Nmmmin 4 -1 , hw 1 ff I 1 G V N V: ' ,M f , Y ff X x --f. uw 4,- fehk Af ,QA .Ah ,f 1. U Q. V, ,nw , ,1 f ff ff :I W , .-aff' .fwf- 'iwf x U 3 ,MMM dx ,Q , . . . , N . Q H - x f , R, udp' x. N 9,1 A Y ,.4,,, x . V' . A. I f-0f1n'fw'L 1- -.X gp- ,fn f .Nm . Nc. , K . MYRON DAVID HOLMAN Ediior JUNE LCRRAINE HYATT Associate Edifor X fn WJZJ gig A'-' ., JIM WALLINGTON Sporfs Edifor SUSAN HOLMAN CAROL HJORTH f-A5-'44 ,Q KANGAR00 RON CHRISTISON Phofographer RUBY BAIN 5 if X W7 A fi zf X Q K 'd f i .-14:11 , bmw .Q f Q f- ff veewrg, X N . 7, ...I GARY MCCOY Head Phofographer FRANKALEE JACKS Assisfanf fo ihe Editor rg ,nf Vw Wx 1 f , ' E . ...A...,,s X www? W Ax K. f , 5 '1:'ff52 lr- l rl 1 f if fs I 1-55" MIKE CONRAD Q Photographer GARY GULICK COPY Ci STEVENS Faculty Advisor "The royal road to chaos," seems to describe the yearbook office this year. There have been troubles, trials, and a fair amount of undue running in circles. In spite of tedious work, irregular meals, and hours "which no one has enough money to pay me for," it has still been fun. There is a certain feeling of accomplishment gained when one hews a page from the iungle of confusion, and a bond has formed among those of us who survived the "creeping plague" during the winter's flu epidemic. Seriously though, we of the staff wish to extend a heartfelt thank you to a number of people: first to those who came in during spare moments between classes and got rubber cement in their hair and paper cuts on their fingers, risking en- velopment in the quicksand of the Kangaroo, then a special note of gratitude to Armand Glenn, our printer, who has more or less calmly put up with "production difficuIties" which would have driven a lesser person out of his mind, and all of those whose cooperation and en- couragement have helped make this book possible. A yearbook is people, without those mentioned here this book could never have been done. - ,.,,- BRUCE HOLMAN Art Editor .Huw JOE GREGG Playhouse Representative Q ' gl ' 'L" :Q y , . I f ' " UNISN ISN 1 Tl-IE ' X men?-RAND 6 . .5 WHS! lm .sl sh Aff, COPY 'Q FM . C . 1 ?5Z0A:SNLE.l'.PY 2? g TSLI1, . .U X! 6 lg -is I vb -I.' . I . BOB HENDERSON Dental Representative yu , , 5 'gf fs M. f 4, J' ff be y V K ef if ff f g f 1? ,. , ,ff A4 fw ff ' iffy My , - 0 ,gn 5 ,' - W- ...,. f ,gr " fn.: 4 12762 ' :, ,ah DIANE SUMNER y ROGER WILSON Copy 81 Layout .,.-a- RON JOHNSON .5 vk If 'X 'fl'-,f Q l , ,,5zHir!!.4 A 30" ' 1 a afar' 1' , af ffid. KEN WARD EDITORS OF THE UNIVERSITY NEWS fi? R "1"9i1'!!f-9 if '!3'5-5924 ' . ' I x ow ...ff-4' W Mr ' M-.M-fff' E f Ex 42-x. H- -, . .H ,. 1,151 ,-,,, A ..- fgff 4 " ' 07k-Egfyi X aR Q if 4 , gg R L ROGER N. WILSON , R05 .,.- - fgsfyxfg, , , 4 ,iff S53 ' A101 XT 'Vs Q 4 ' 1- " E N.. ' 2. ff, Q J Ns, X fe R M xx 462 nf? 1 R' '1' Q .QV JN tx '43 ER Q A 'K X Wil A"xAQ if A .4 X 5 ' X ' 5 Mx Q1 4 ,KV A Al- . .K ,y Q s 5,65 vw ag, 5 's Q," YQ Q Q gig, 7 VM, f ..-:ik A ig :sk Q 23'fTM:'1g, . , R R? 6 . '-Wish gl ' xy , , -'dsl-X f N Q- Et 1, E 0 Nffw 4+ ' 5 if Q' Nm in WS., il f . :w su -535, X K 1' if 53953, 14.5.4 W N! . ,N dl Yhxw X Q15 Q Quit if 'M fx ' ' E W '19 Q IQ- V X f XM' 'J 'Mfg 5- ' ' WL?-' f N Q ,' Q 3 wk W? gif xi j xr E R? Nf by J " '-em K - 2 , E I ., ' gi "- .f1f.RaR, Qf9 R R R . E 4 4353 l zfz 'N yy ? VV :fi we fm 4 is 'Q , Q. vi 5, 0 Hit: if Rf, r 9 xx .--'J""""' .ri -2" , , wr: iff .QL sutlllf iss: ...X EXE X. vm, I i .of ,Q D LSON ' 1 X ,,..W...-... Published 'weekly for the students of the University of Kansas City, Kansas City, Mo. Editor .......,.. .... R Oc-ER WILSON Associate Editor . . . ................. MIKE CONRAD Assistant Editors. . . . . .GEORGE KERR, BOB MUSBURGER Business Manager . . . . . . ......... .JIM JOB Perhaps no newspaper has ever had such a stormy history as has the University News this year. Three editors attempted to publish a decent newspaper that would be read by the students for which it was published. Despite these difficulties, the U-News has managed to survive. Ron Johnson, Editor last year and for the first part of this year was forced to resign because of press of other duties. H. R. Wurst was then appointed Acting Editor and served until the start of the second semester. Roger Wilson finished out the rest of the year. Between the time of Johnson's resignation and the appointment of Wurst, Ken Ward, the Associate Editor, published the paper. Plagued with the usual staff problems and the uncertainty of who would be editor next week, the U-News has carried on the job of informing the students of what happened on their campus. It is hoped that the U-News next year will not suffer from such uncertainties as plagued it this year. Those hardworking people who composed the staff perhaps deserve the most thanks. For without their untiring efforts, the U-News would be a shallow mockery of the iournalistic art. 'N' , ,, ,L ff "' :W ,.... 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Orientation is that period of time where , where a maze of forms of all kinds pass you think you're all set, some ornrey looking everything becomes oblivion in front of your bloodshot eyeballs and at the end of which you are a sure-nuff college student. KCU tries to make it as pleasant as p0S- sible, however. For instance, as the pictures on this page will show, everyone is in a happy state of carefree perplexity. Then there's the skit contest. After the blue air has And a new innovation this year, an informal mixer right in the middle of all the confusion. Under the able direction of JoAnn Johnson and Jim Job in the fall and Pete Donnici and Mel Freed at mid-year some 500 students were initiated to the mysteries of dear ole Alma Mater- Looking back on it, it really wasn't as bad as it seemed, now was ii? cleared, there's the "Beanie Blast." ,ya . ' yof 1 ,f U if ll ggi? 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Q ' ISA QR 21255 Q .. Fbggx iff x R , 3,5 -s ,NY f' ' W za X , ,-. Y .,:, i H X X . .gimuf f,,z If 236 My , X s A, Ex if ' 5 " an . fr X by X 1 Y Hz ' X 4 Xg yff ,il XXX 1 ,' " my ff if 1 Y Y , I 'na ,Y 2 mv' , b gs 5 J QQ 1 ,-...-..-, , ,YY Y - 1 if ,.-""5l'ig','g5 QV 5123 l ya f f l You aren't really going to throw me in the pond are you? al ,, ...av 'A -Q .oooo fe+-rpg As has been the case in past years, Bum Friday was a gay, Wild affair. The fraternities got off to an early start in the festivitiesa Thursday evening-and so were in the proper spirit for the dqy. There was also a square dance and weinie roast held that evening. The fellows of Nu Rho Psi did a land-office business washing cars fo raise money for their scholarship fund, while the young ladies Qn campus came through with their usual entertainment by providin 9 fish imitations in the pond. The plight of the girls in the water was alleviated for is the word "aggravated"?J by the presence of certain persons with rafts and aqualungs. The skits and talent show were presented in the afternoon, featuring some unusually good talem acts, and skits which were recorded as being "as subtle as a sailor on a six hour pass." Cliff Hoehns was elected King of Bums, While Dave Hoff-in order to prove that anything can happen on Bum Friday-was elected Queen of Bums. The tug-of-war across the mud pit showed the Delta Chi's gooey but victorious. In the evening music for the formal Kangaroo Hop was provided by Ralph Marterie and his orchestra. During the intermission the song contest was held and E2 'x T' X subsequently won by Tau Kappa Epsilon and Sigma Beta. And so ended UKC's once-a-year day. I Q il its s Wifi!! iz J .T c f T g"?iT o o 0 is Yip Have a nice trip! W , ff . , I A 1 is f2'j arp, ff? .,,-I 4 034 QW 1 f 'Z' 2, , MV x 123 JE' A ,- '91 4 2 ,wi f If 4' x 5 i T I I 1 in rf 1 - K YW-vf , .4- ---1-7-. OL Quick, fellows, there s a dry one! .X 4 3 s U5- M , , c ,WY l T , M......, . '.:,.4,1 73 '-'vagal w-'ug mf!! un- ,T Mm 'T 'wi ..-tg.,-"W 'sz-1 ... v'f"- 5 it c I . ,ggi 238 Thats odd, I was sure this was where she went in. -kj, f,, ,Q 3 Y-ss ve J Q' i l i i i i 3 ls li ,U gc t ,xv X I 1 l i l Dental Assistants Research Program Assistants: Karen Cole, Rosemary Rhodes, Kath- erine McClure, Geraldine Farmer. Supervisor: Mrs. Mary Tamboli. DENTAL P Where were you when the boilers blew? , 1 sv is ' N v XJ 1 r SCHOOL ACTIVITIES i 'pg 4 l fr .bf 1 X "Very good, Very good." fx Lf' '52 s it li lf 9 Ui il J' fi 1 'Nr li Q Monster Organism lf fi' I J' ff if ' I ,.--M W, 444, B Q Li , ' I I L i." . ' i , dv K at L -, S V 1r 'Al 'Aww 2 ' J - ' "' -' -W ' X ,. 3 ' e 'E it B -I 1' A It , X 'T' 4 :1 L , if if , a " i ss-- X I 'Q ,a ' S ,.,, ,... , "" c KY ., 3 1 4 1- ' ' I , ' ..,-, 5 1 1 B 1 2 I i i N A 'XX 5 '51 Qu X 'iwzssf is , s. xi' 5 g Q5 ' X Teaching and Research Staff- Department ot Pathology Front Row: Steve Zitomer, Mrs. Viola Flanagan, Paul Obdf' ake, Adell Collins, Otis Warren. Back Row: Leslie Hega, Bill Testa, Charles Dunlap, Bob Rhyne, Paul Wyatt, Bob HenCl9f' son, Dr. Hugh I. Myers, Dr. Ben Warner, Bill Johnson. "NOT pictured" Bill Miller. .,q" J! ,4 M 1958 will be remembered by all as the year of the "revolution" . . . mechanization finally . . g gx s qs. s wnww' K WWW . gif' sl A F43 i flfj . V Ss -1 , YA . YZ X ,AQ QQ TO K.:-if nism I .ZA--and F ' 2 . f ' i, V I , f 1 FQ' 're t .V 1 it f s ,Q , ,S ' M,-ff, Q ' 1 4 1 N, I X I , L ithology :ul Obdf' 'Iega, Bill a Hendef' on. "Not Man! lt's hot in here! ty In il lift RESERVE ggggavz k came to lOth and Troost! Among the latest additions were ultra-high speed, multiple electronic soup-to-nuts dispensing machines in the new lounge and, for those fortunate enough to sling a lOc, pearl-handled paper punch, new elevator, making it possible to shuttle almost directly from the faculty locker room to the coffee machine "without" hav- ing to venture through the "Rubber Dam Jungle". Social activities were also somewhat of a revolution this year. The Bushwacker Ball, traditionally given by the Junior Class in honor of the graduating Seniors, found a new "home" in Kansas. This year's Bush- wacker, the Dental School's answer to the Academy Awards, led the list of social suc- cesses followed close behind by the Psi Omega's Christmas Dance, the Xi Psi Phi's "Ship Wreck Dance,-" and the Delta Sigma's Spring Dance. ,Z pgs-mw""" Spring came at last and the Dental activities ventured into the bright sunshine in the form of Class and Departmental picnics- a wel- comed relief for those fortunate enough to ? 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C 5 Z 6 M, 7 2 Z P '1 r-2'?hr..--, , ,., ,W rf ,1 -A- x , , Huffman.- A 4 Il E I The Olympic Tray-Sliding team is a group devoted to the pursuit of healthful winter sport and testing the resilience of human bones, The first meeting occurred late one night this year when a member reasoned that there would be a low coeffi- cient of friction between trays liberated from the cafeteria and the ice on the hill just north of the student union building. fLater it was found that fiberglass "flying saucers" served the purpose as well as cafeteria trays without arousing the antagonism of the administra- tion.J The procedure for proper tray-sliding is simple if somewhat bruising: one places the vehicle on the hill's crest, steps back about twenty feet, executes a running broad-jump onto the tray, and then goes whizzing down the hill. CThe ride is equally as thrilling if one misses the tray.J The steering of the trays ranges from erratic to im- possible, so spectators are occa- sionally run down by mistake. Stop- ping the tray is accomplished by crashing into a cheap tree. Activi- ties of the group have been tem- porarily halted by a lack of snow and the slowness with which certain bones knit, but the Tray-Sliding Team hopes to overcome these minor setbacks soon and be back into operation. 46 X 1.-an 'P ,Ava NK' mm ,,,,,,, X f ,. f .f Chlam- Front row, left To right: Roberf Randolph, Mike McCormick, Edward Vogel Jeffre Sheldo H R , y n, erman ay, Row 2: Coach Beile, Vic Baffle, Harv Greer, Dick Schons, Ron Sfolfzfus. NOT PICTURED: Roy Walker, Bill Nichol, Bob Alderson, Tom McKee, Al Graham. KCU KCU KCU KCU Ss TRACK TEAM T957-T 958 CROSS COUNTRY TRACK SCORES CLowest Score Winsj 28 .......... WILLIAM JEWELL 28 .......... DRURY COLLEGE 'I6 ...,. ..... W ARRENSBURG 29 .......... 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Oxy se 2?fnQy,4 A X Y 4. i-- ag, if aa Q ,W I 1 1 L XA x KCUR-FM y ,UA-X .. ,M Sf, 4 Z . ff f2,g1,. 1 5 4 W XY '17 ,P S Q 5 x v ,, , o Ns ,Q 'I i ' ,N Qellzti Q ,W sw 1,5 f 4, . f Y yy!! VHA? . A si si u '3 Xin wm v Y , U " . -Iliff: M Z , N, If. X - .Vw-ti f' ,? , K X, an , . ..,,,w- . bs v . gym I' gf r :ww,f,,, X 5 xx L 5, ,l 1 " M J , -Q7 44 V 4' 7 ff if . .Nc-'jpg ' fkqigff f2 , ZW , 1, si 4 1 1 After spending a year locating, installing and testing equipment, and ironing out technical and production problems, KCUR-FM began broadcasting October 21, at 7 P. M., on 89.3 megacycles as Kansas City's second FM station. It is Missouri's second such educational sta- tion. The seemingly impossible technical problems were solved by the hard work and technical knowledge of Bill Hunacutt, KCMO-FM engineer, Sam'Scott, managing director of KCUR-FM, Cyril Feldstein, Gary McCoy and Bob Musburger. KCUR-FM provides radio service not otherwise offered in this area. It features twenty-one hours of broadcasting daily, fifteen of which are music ranging from opera to iazz and from symphonies to children's music. Six hours of discussion with speakers on subiects ranging from world trade to juvenile delin- quency rounds out the schedule. The loyal audience, .wr W1 v 3 5' -I WW ,fu dw My bi re O1 CI fr a b b n rr tl 1 X X F, X sg X f 7 J .xikf 'vm i 3 'M v " .g if V c r sssejft 1 l .Q :- w as 1 'fi '14 .fx s X N D , 4 f , : -,e w vf f built up by this programming, is growing steadily, with requests for advanced program schedules numbering over 1000 each month. KCUR-FM is looking forward to an increased programming schedule and a boost in transmitter power to be accomplished as soon as funds are made available. The part KCUR-FM has played in bringing the University closer to Kansas City is explained by the fact that it reaches many people of the com- munity who had never been reached by any other means. This should make it obvious that the plans for the future need to be carried out immediately. Abbott, Richard A. 88 Abernathy, Taylgr S. 26 F F 9 Acuff, cane' 67, 134-128 Adams, Adams, Helen H. 39 Adams, Kenneth P. 88 Adams, Meredith 108 Adamson, Ken 153 Adamson, William E. 54 Alderson, Bob 108 Alderson, Willis 134 Allbrittgn, Phyllis 108, 262, 25 Allen, Barbara 145 Allen, Larry 88 Allen, Robert 54 Allmon, Harry B. 67 Alpha Epsilon P1 175 Alpha Phi Omega 182 Alpha Theta Phi 142 Altschul, Eugen 43 Alumni News 281 Alvested, Gary 108 Americag Chemical Society 1 1 Amos, Carol 108 Anema, R.L. 98, 190 Anthon , Richard 67 Y Apache Dance 222 Aponte, Nydla 108, 139 Apotheke 140 Arbon, Harold D. 67 Arena, D.A. 98 Arias, Amancio 98 Armes, Arnold V. 54 Arndt, Wendell V. 6' Arney, Arts k Aschman Atkins, Ausman, 1 Mrs Dora 261 258 42 Sciences Secretariat 192 , Llewellyn 67 David 108 153 George 128 B INDEX Berzins, lnara 134 Beta Zeta 176 Bettinger, Jacque 172 Bibler, Dana K. 88 Biggs, John 88 156 180 182 Billinger, Barbara 121 Bixby, W. Edwin 26 Blakeley, Judith 134 161 Blevins, Jack 128 134 Bllckenstaff, Wayne E. 68 124 132 134 190 Bliss, Robert 68 Bloch, Weadon S. CDeanJ 32 189 Blubaugh, Edward 108 Board of Governors 191 Board of Trustees 26 Bogardus, Phyllis, 134 Bolerjack, B111 180 Bomberg, Thomas 108 153 Bono, Charles 88 130 158 163 Borgelt, Roger 98 Boswell, Ed l7l Bouska, Donald E. 68 Bowlas, ictor D. 54 Boyce, J. S. 98 134 Boyd, Helen 158 Boyd, Robert 68 169 Boyer, Alice J. 147 Boyer, Jim 88 168 169 366 267 268 270 273 128 Brackhahn, Don 68 150 124 158 189 I92 262 259 Bradley P. Z. 98 Brand, Richard 88 Brandy, J.K. 98 Branigan, John 266 268 Brazil, Robert 108 Bredemeler, Wally 108 Breedlove, J. W. 98 Breldenthal, Willard J. 26 Bremer, Dick 108 Brennan, Joseph 134 149 Dingls, Babo, Robert 98 Bagley, John N. 67 Bailey, Robert 67 134 Baker, Carolina 134 Baker, Jeanne 145 Baker, R.W.,Jr. 98 273 Baldwin, Rollie 67 Balieu, Donald A. 88 Balsamo, S. Charles 67 Banken, Baptist Barash, Barboa, Barker Barkett Barkley Barkley Barlet, Barnes, Barnett Barnett Joyce 98 139 158 Student Union 155 Don 108 181 175 134 C.O. 98 , Jack 67 , P.Q. 98 , Joan 152 174 270 , Ruth 120 Richard Doyle 67 132 Thomas H.J. 68 153 , John E. fDeanD 27 , Sandy 163 Brewer, Alberta 108 Bridges, Glen 88 Brightwell, David S. 43 Brock, R.H. 98 Brock, Stuart 109 Brooks, R.H. 98 Brown, Charles J. 54 Brown, Hugh E. 128 Brown, Larry 88 Brown, Linda 267 Brown, Melvin 109 153 Brown, Neveta 121 Brown, Virginia L. 128 Brown, Wallace C. 43 Browning, Frank 272 Brownley, Larry 109, 134 Broyles, Virgle 270 Brumfleld, Bill 185 Brumitt, Richard S. 44 Bruner, Gayle 88 162 Bruner, Hugh 109 Lois, 71, 134 Barrow, Don H. 88 153 Barry, Chuck 88 266 Bartelsmeyer, Jerry D. 68 Bartheld, Robert L. 68 190 124 Bartlett, Francis W. 26 Barton Ralph T. 108 134 Baska, James 134 Basketball 247-252 Bassett, Thomas M. 88 Batargeh, Issa 169 Battle, Victor 158 Bautts, B.J. 68 153 Beals, David T. 26 Beck, Marilyn 98 Beck, Wallace E. 88 134 Behnke, Ralph 88 1 4 Belle, Fred CCoach? 259 43 Belan, Edward 149 Bell Joyce 108 Bell, Vivian 131 147 Bellairs, Colleen 88 128 171 Bellinger, Willard R. 54 Belser, Wayne 108 153 Bench and Rob 131 Bender, Pat Siith 145 Benelli, Patrica Sue 121 Buc kley, Tom 272, 271 , 269 Budd, John W. 88 Bum Friday 238 Bunch, Glen 109, 134 Burdick, Harold C. 54 Burgess, James A. 89 Burnam, Ramona 109 Burnsteln, David 175 Bush, Lynn 109 Bushwacher, 224 Business School Council, 193 Bustard, R. E., 38 Butler, Marie, 3 Butner, Marie, 39 Butterweck, J. E., 98 Bynum, Theron, 99, 180 Byrd, A. Lamar, 68, 153 Byrnes, Joe, 88 Byrne, Charles, 134 C Calapala, Fatma, 109 Caley, John, 185 Call, Sal, 109 Callaway, David, 89 Callender, D. D., 99 Bensley, George L. 149 Benson, Bennie H. 68 Benson, David 128 Berger, Peter W. 68 Borkstresser, Peggy 268 Berner, Carl 131 134 Bern1ng,Wa1lace 98 Berry, Thomas 108 153 ibn ill! I ll ll!!! M ii u m f -E huh 4? l 4 K -ea XX Callender, R. S., 99 Calmes, Francis, M., 54 Calvert, R. W., 99, 153 Calvert, Susie, 171 Cameron, Alfred G., 69 Cammack, Larry, 109 Campbell, Cass, 128 Campbell, Dayton, D., 55 180 Campbell, Dee, 89, 156 Campbell, Jerry, 59, 173 Campbell, R.R., 99 Canterbury Club: 156 A Cantwell, Charles F., 128, 13 , 162, 193 Cappon, Alexander P., 44 Cutright, Sidney, Jr., 266 Cutting, Dorthy L., 39 D Pat., 144, 145 Dalton, Dalton, S. H., 99 Dances, Intro, 206 Daniels, Jack, 109 Carbough Carlile, , Daniel, 128, 134 Dwight, 171 Carlisle, Etta Marie, 265, 269 cllffcrd, 261 Carlson, Carlson, Harvey, 109 Carlson, Leland W., 109 Carlyon, DOD, 34 Carlyson, David, 265 Carlyson, Janette, 266 Carnes, Charles, 149 Carr, Leonard E., 55 Carter, Harold G., 69, 124, 132, 134 Carter, William J-, 55 Casablanca, Betty, 69 Caskey, Joseph, 134 Castles, William W., 69 Cearley, Ronald, 109, 134 Chambers, Janette, 89 Chambllss, Park, 134 Chapman, Dewey, 109 Chase, Manning, 169 Dattilo, Shirley Anderson, 145 Darlington, Tony, 270, 273 Daugherty, William, 70 Davee, Russ, 153 Davis, Harold, 70, 166 Davis, Kent, 110 Davis, Mildred L., 128 Davis, Milton, 99 Davis, Ramsey, 178 Davis, Robert Nelson, 55 Davis, Ronald R., 89, 153, 190 Davis, Willard, 70, 166 Day, John, 89 Dean's List., 134 Debate Team, 163 Dehls, Gary S., 89 Delta Alpha, 129 Delta Chl, 178 Delta Sigma Delta, 140 Delta Theta Phi, 142 Demeter, Teddy L., 110 Denison, Sondra, 156, 176 Cheerleaders, 263 Chatfleld, Claire, 121 Childress, Travis, 89 Chimlentl, J. Frank, 55 Cho Chin, 177 Christiansen, JoAnn, 168, 258, 261 christison, Ron, 69, 182 Christy, Al, 273 Clacher, Jim, 109 Claffey, Frank L., 69, 153 Clark, Dorothy V., 44 Clark, N. L., 99, 134 Clause, F. Mrs., 39 Claxton, James O., 89 Clayton, John M., 26, 55 Clement, L. V., 99 Cleveland, Janice, 128 Cleveland, William, 89, 153 Cochran, Tom., 69, 124, 149, 189, 192 Coe, Leon, 269 Cogswell, Wilton W., 55 Coke, Sam, 44 Cole, Jerry, 99, 161, 180 Cole, Karen, 240 Denny, Dental Clark Drew, 70, 124, 132, 134 Hygenlsts-lst year, 120 Dental Hygenists-2nd year, 121 Dental School Activities, 240 Dental School Officers, 190 Derfelt,'Paul W., 89 Deveny, Robert L., 70, 124, 132, 134 De Vine, Eugene T., 70, 149 Dewell, D. Douglas, 70 De Wilde, Angela, 145, 270 Dlal, Robert, 164 Dickson, Carolyn, 139, 140, 162 Dickson, James E., 89 Dickson, Jerry, 99, 169 Dillon, Edward L., 55 Dillon, Sylvia, 161 Dlmick, Delvin K. 55 Susan, 268 D1 Raimo, Robert, 110 Distefano, Tony, 89 Dixon, Charles A., 70, 149 Dixon, Jerry, 262 Dollar, Truman, 99, 163 Dolan Charles T., 134, 162 Cole, Richard T., 69 Collins, Adell, 240 Colllver, Jerry, 99, 178, 189, 192, 268 Colon, Mercersedes, 69 Compton Conder, Conner, , K. A., 99 Brenda, 109, 169 Frank, 99 .P Donnicl, Peter, 9, 178 Dorsey, Hugh Carter, 71 Dorsey, Joseph, C., 39 Dorsey, Kenneth, 89 Dowgray, John G. L. lJr.J 45 Downs, Margaret, 120 Doyle, Ron, 178 Draffen, Barbara, 90, 172, 253 Conney, Grace, L., 39 Conrad, Mike, 99, 178 Conroy, Mary Ann, 69, 152, 231 Continuing Education, 284 Conway, Jo Anne, 89, 177, 262 Cook, Fred William, 55 Cook, Jerry, 153 Cook, Rowene, 121 Cooper, Daniel, 69 Cooper, James, 134 Copeland, Jack M., 109 Copenhaver, Morton T., 109 Cosmopolitan, Club, 183 Cottingham, James S., 149 Cox, Curtis, 70 Cox, Harbord, L., 70 Cox, Jack, 89 Cox, Robert Dean, 89, 180 Crain, Dr. Wm. L., 45, 130 Cravens, Howard, 134 Crawford, Flora, 134 Crisman, Helen Jo, 44 Crook, Jerry, 70 Crosner, Al., 178 Crouch, Everett, 109 Cummings, Billy L., 70 Cummin s, Howard E., 89 Drake, Clarence W. 90 Drake, Lois Edwards, 24, 128, 171 Drake, Richard M. Dr., 3, 2, 4, 24 25 Dreyer, Jetty, 169 Drohl, H. A. 161 Droll, Henry, 45 Dryden, Berum, 110 Dudley, Margaret Selby, 45 Dull, James, 185 Dulsey, Bernard, 45 Dung, David, K. H., 71 Dunkley, Richard P., 71 Dunn, J. E. 71 Dunn, Robert, 171 Dupree, Tom H. 90 E Easton, Dorothy, 172 Easy Chair, 164 Education School Officers, 191 Edwards, A. C., 71 Edwards, A. T., 110 Edwards, Carolyn, 267 Edwards, Mrs. F. Henry, 157 Edwards, Faye, 110 Edwards, James, 267, 271 Edwards B Cummings, Margaret, 128 Cummins, Howard E., 153 Cureton, Linda, 172, 191, 231, 258, 261 Curry, Anne, 109, 258, 262 Curtis, Gerald D., 89 Curtis, Betty, Laridon, 171 ml wflmff R 44 i ll 11' H 52" 'ft J' f nn il' U 1 A X! fjgc xi my ea., 4' 'N 'VW ,,,,,, ,tvs 1 I Edwards, Ralph W. Jr., 56 Ege, Thorton, Charles, 9 Ehrlick, George, 46 Ehrllck, Mila Jean, 273 E1ckhoff,Harold, 166 Eidson, James L. 71 Elrls, Bill, 71 ,4 NJY f f Mfl' 17' I fp' lx I 9 "i1I1Wjs ' lg J . rf M27 f Ag ,,'qs. 7 fav NV . 4 1 ::: X4 Q 5' ma. Ci 4x4wBWl2,:13i, 4 V 81 .W 'abt' ssrllikgw U,-5 xxx N Eisburg Elsen, Blsenbr Ekblaw, El Club Ellidge Elliot, Ellings Ellis, Ellisol Elllsol Emanue Emler, Engel, Englanc Engle, Enoch, Ensmln Ensign Epping Bricks Estey, Evans, Evans, Evelof Everet Eversu Eversu Facone Faerbe Falrbz Falcm Falll Farmm Farrh Fellm Felt, Fergu Fergu Fergu Fergu erra erso 'etze Feve Fleh Filb F111 Fink Fish Fitc Fite Flat Flan Flan Flat Flei Flem Floy Flue Foge Fogl Foot Forr Forr Fors Fost Fost Fost Fout Fox, Frar Frm Frm Fra Fra Fre Fre Fre Frl Fri Frc Frc Frc Fry Ful Ful Fur Fur Fur Fez I Sl Iii! U I 1 N Facone, Philip Russell, 56 Eisburg, Berta, 144, 145 Eisen, Judy, 110 Eisenbrandt, Leslie, Dr, Ekblaw, Sidney, E., 46 E1 Club, Astur1as,, 165 Ellldge, waymon, loo ' Elliot, Bob, 272 Ellingston, Lois, 128 Ellis, Thomas, D. 110, 134 Ellison, art, 273 Ellison, Myron, K. 26 Emanuella, Doming, W., 71 Emler, Don, 110, 150, 182 Engel, Lawerence P. 56 England, D. V., 100 Engle, Earl, 90 Enoch, D. W. Jr., 100, 134 Ensminger, Penelope, 120, Ensign, Ernie, 171 Eppinger, Howard, 189 Erickson, Lowell, 9 Estey, Sherry, 90, 128, 134 Evans, Haze1,, 90 Evans, Robert, 100, 259, 262 Eveloff, Sandie, 71, 128 267, 269 Everett, Harry, 134 Eversull, Arnold, 56 Eversull, Hubert, 56 F , 29 Faerber, H. J., 71, 153 Fairbanks, HEJU. L., 90 Falcone, Philip Russell, 56 Fall Frolic, 210 Farmer, Geraldine, 240 Farrington, Roe, 272 Fellers, Fred 110, 134 Felt, R. B. 100 Ferguson, B. V. 1OO Ferguson, Frances, 139, 140 162, 193 Ferguson, Gertrude, A. , 39 Harlan, 71, 162, 159, 193 erraro, Hal W., 90 erson, F. D., 1OO 'etzer, William, 90, 128, 134, 146 Feverborn, William, 90 Fields, Judy, 110 Filbert, John, 100 Filippo, Tony San, 95 Fink, Kenneth, 166 Fisher, Lorraine, E Fitchtner, Mercedes, 72 Ferguson, G Gage, John B.,26 Gaines, Ben P., 90 Galbreatn, J. s., loo Gale, Lionel, 157 Gallagher, Harry, 185 Gallepeau, Charles 0 Gelbln, Clark, 50,,1g4 Garbee, Beverly, 171, 271 Gardner, Jimmy, 271 Garrett, James, 110, 153 Garrison, James E.,90 Gasham, Dustln, 271 Gasser, Sandra, 139, Gates, Lester Minton, 56 Gausman, Larry, 110 Generaux, Shirley, 270 Gepford, Lawrence, 72, 178 Gerber, Barbara, 144, 145 Gerber Sandra, 128, 161, 174, Gettiz, Robert B., 91, 153 Gibson, Douglas, H., 91 Gibson, G. C.,72 Gibson, G. J., 100 Gibson, Gretchen, 272 Gibson, L. D.,l00 Gibson, Wendy, 272 Gibson, William, 242 Gilbert , Clyde, 100 Gillespie, Jim, 156 Gillespie, Nellice, 110 1 Fite, H. T.,lO0 Flatt, William S., 72 Flanagan, Bettie, 144, 145 Flanagan, Viola, D. 56, 240 Flatt, Bill, 270 Fleider, Debra, 90 Fleming, 'h1l., 110 Floyd, Dean G., 90 Flueckinger, Sandra, 100 Fogel, Dorothy, 159 Fogllani, Deanna, 169 Foote, Mary Louise, 121 Forrester, Donna, 266 Forrester, Roger, 100, 178 Forscher, Bernard K. 56 Foster, John D, 100 Foster, Mauricae, 100 Foster, Richard, 110 Foutz, Homer E., 100 Fox, Robert M., 72 Francis, Jeanette, 270 Franco, Jose, 72 Frankenstein, Lorraine, 110, Gilliland, Charleg E. Jr. lDean 2 Gilmore, Sara, 101, 134 Gingrich, Joseph, 110 Givens, Connie McCall, 72 Givens, Kenneth V., 91, 153 Glass, Marty, 172, 191, 232 Goff, William, 134 Goldman, Morton, 46 Goldman, Stan, 111, 175 Golf, William, 134, 253 Goodall, Lester, 111 Goodman, cheek, 111, 178, 189, 268 Gordon, George, L. Gordon, Marshall, 134 Goss, Gloria, 267 Goss, Richard M., 180 Gossett, Donald, 111 Gossett, John E. 56 Graffenreld, Glenn de, 110 Grahl, Margaret, 270 Graulich, Richard, 72 Graves, Charles, lll, 190 Graves, Tom, 149 Gravitte, James C. 46 Gray, Dlok, 91, 267 Gregg, Joe, 154, 168, 269 Greek Week, 236, Green, J. W. Jr., 101 Green, Wilma, 176 Greenwood, larry, 111, 178 Greer, Harvey, 101, 134 Greer, Laura B. 4 Mrs. J.w.J 39 Gregg, Joe, 91, 128, 157, 256 268, 271, 272, 273 Greim, Rex, 72 Gremley, William, 128 Gress, Jack, 9, 91 Gresty, Nancy, 258 Grey, Richard, 134 Grleser, Karen, 111, 134 Grigsby, w. R. 101 Grimes, Bill, 73, 125 161, 180 Grlsafe, Dave, 101, Grossman, Helaine, 91 Gruebbel, Allen 0, 57 Gruenberg, John L., 73 77 J Halliburton, Dick, 111 Hamilton, Beverly, 121 Hamilton, George, 111, 180 Hammond, Leo, K., 73, 134 Hammonds, T., 182 Hamra, B11l, 91 Hand, Shirley, 111, 262, 263 Hogin, Mrs. Christine, 32, 129, 174, 189 Holum, John, 112, 262 Holbrook, Ralph, 112 Holcomb, Jerry, 134 Holdorsen, Mary 101 Holeman, Bonnie, 74 Handley, Judith, 91 Haith, Marshall, 134 Hankenson, Le Voir, 120 Hankin, Marvin E., 139 Hamm, B111, 111 Hann, John R ., 91, 134 Hannover, Hollis, 178 Hanrahan, Marilyn, 111 Hanson, Darrel, 101 Hanson, Jazob , 134 Hard, Harriet, 101 Hardwick, Ben, 134 Hardwick, Berr, 73 Hare, S. Herbert, 26 Harger, Charles, 111, 134 Hargett, B. E. 101, 134, 153 Harris, Marilyn Sue, 101, 134, 1 Harrison, Milton, 112 5 Harsham, Ted, 112 Hart, Charles, 57 Hart, Edward, 57 Hart, Wayne, 57 Hart, Willard, 185 Holman, Bruce, 1, 112, 253 Holman, Dave, 1, 74, 268 Holmes, Richard, 266 Holsman, Gale T., 91, 153 Homecoming Dance, 220 Homecoming, 244 Honors Day, 245 Honey, Dee F., 74 Hook Ralph, C., 47 Hoover, Donald R., 74 Horkan, Thomas, P., 74 Horne, George H., 57 Horner, Robert M., 74 Horowitz, Sybil, 101 Hough, Glenn L.,74 Houston, Thad, Jr., 168, 266, 268 Hovey, Bill, 112, 178 Howe, Thomas, 101 Hower, Ronald, 92, 193 Huffman, Mary QMrs. P.H.1 39 Hughes, Charles W. 101 Hulsey, Charlene, 120 Hume, Allen, 74, 125, 180, Harutum, P. David, 91, 128, 134 Harvey, Wayne L. 57 Hash, Mlnta, 271 Haskell, Billy, 91 Haskell, Henry C. 26 Hatchett, Arlon, 91 Hawley, wllbur, 112 Hayes, Betty Anne, 57 Hayes, Linda, 266 Haynes, J. I. 101 Hays, Linda, 112 Hayward, Charles, 134 Haywood, Bruce, 146, 193 Hazlett, James A. 26 Heaivilln, Jeff W., 112, 178, 189 Hega, Leslie, 240 Heimerich, Lyle G. 91, 153 Hellman, Lloyd, 73 Helmsteller, Laurence 73, 162 181, 192, 262 Hunt, James R., 92 Hurst, Allan, 150 Husted, Ron, 74, 185 Huston, Thad, 268 Hutcherson, John, 149 Hutcheson, Elizabeth, 102 Hutcheson, Veno D., 92 Hutton, Robert, 134 Hyatt, June Lorraine, 1, 92 125, 123, 171, 253, 273 I Identification, 145 Iliff, Sterart, 75, 162 Illmer, Ruth, 92, 172 Ingino, Anthony L., 74, 132, 134 Ingram, Edwin, 112, 134, 178 Interfraternity Council, 181 Irwin, Ray R., 26 ' J Jacka, Lenore K, 121 Jacks, Frankee, 1, 253 Jackson, B111 A., 92 Jackson, George, 75 Jackson, Larry, 270 Henderson, Arnold, 112 Henderson, Bennie, 73, 125, 146, 189, 192, 193 Henderson, Ralph, 146 Henderson, Robert, 91, 153, 240 Henderson, William, B., 26 Hendricks, Clinton, 101 Hendricks, David, 112, 178 Hendricks, Jackson, Robert G., 92 Jacobson, Russell D., 126 Jackson, Sanabria Modesta, 72 Jacobs, Joseph, F. fDeanJ Everett W., 46 Herbertson, James E., 57 Herion, Nancy, 91 Hernandez, Carlos, 73 Hernandez, Joe, 158 Herold, R. W. 101 Herron, Nancy K. 139, 157 Herschman, JoAnn V., 73, 125, 129 HL my wr U2 30, 31, 57 Jacobson, Barbara, 112, 134, 159 Jacobson, Larry, 113, 125, 175, 189, 190 Jacobson, Russell, D. 149 James, Jimmie, 113, 180, 268 Jackson, CMrs. J 34 Jamison, Frank, 102, 168, 180 Herzog, Frederick, 149 Hewitt, Roland B., 26 Hiatt, Alva, E., 73 Hiatt, Jerry, 153 Hickman, Frenchy, 112, 134 H1-F1 Festival, 277 Hlga, L. H. 101 Higgins, Jane, 158, 268 High, Marathon E., 47 Hlghley, JoAnne, 270 Highley, Ronald, 268, 270 181, 182, 262 Jamison, Nicholas, 113, 153 Jarvus, Eugene, 113 Jeffers, Paul, 113 Jenkins, Travis, 113 Jenson, Jack, 75 Jesik, Carlotta, 121 Jett, Harry, 113 Jewelar, James M1chae1.ul13, 9 Jewett, Margery, 120 113 159 151 Guilford William, 272 9 Hlgnsmlth Shelby 73, 125, 131 Jimineff Carmen' Frederick, James, D, 100, 134 Gdllek, Gary, .101, 180, 263 Hlldlngeri Vlctorj 112, 134 Job, James, 755 1235 173 Freed, Melvin N., 90, 125, Gunner, Virglnia 152, 270 H111, B. J. lOl 1021 1 8 259 128, 175, 131 Gutschenritter, John, 111 Hill, Charlotte, 112, 258, 261 Job, Jerrgi 1 6 795 Freedman Robert 175 Guthrie, Phil, 111 'H11l, Ken, 134, 173, 159, 192 Johnson, V n -1 Freeman ,James loo H Himegarnefl All 912 178 Johnson' BibbieLLee, 1128 Freeman: Wybert R.,1O0 Haag, Bevergy, 123 13M Hlnchman, Donalg, 91 gggggggf 2Qg27Ot5ef5i71 F 1 dl Ri ha d 0 1 Haberlein ernar , Hipp Benny 1 , 1 ' Fiiiraggadi g1C5agd9 i1053 Hadden, J2ne, 17261 H1reeh1me, Edward E., 725 ggggggg, gaagg 56258 Froeschl, Martin: 153 gaggertyj Bill, 111 Hirschman, Stuard .gt Club 166 Johnson: Gerald K., 92, 153 Fromson, Sandy, 258 , HZkgeSQi1?iagn'111 g1iEgPYJ2Eg Ggggrnme ' Johnson, Jo Ann 75, 126, 129 F t W1111 H 2 1 ' 0 ' O 1 4 F352 'A Bruig tih' 7 ' 53 Ha1d6rsen, Mary, 176, 253 Hock,,Stewart, 266, 257, h Juiigi 1713 Inu ' ' , Hall Eugene C. 73 259, 271 JO neon, ' ' Fuller' Yonni QMTS' J, 34 Hall, Jane 120, Hooker Phillip w 74 15, 262 O J ' ' 11 Siffiifogasliifwiio 9 ' 153' 190 Halli Joyce: C-1 26 HOCOW J- K- 101 8 3282221 5232131 D3 75 Funke, Joe, 110 H3111 Mary Lou, 1311 K 26 Hoff, Dallidz g1?.v 512 Johnson, T. C. 102 Furbeak, B. Boyd, 72 ga11aiM1s3iRuZh A?a3iD,H A J 39 g0ff3teg?gE5rde 139 Johnson, W. R., 75, 240 Ferguson, Harlan H a n' O ' ' ' ' ' caan, ' 2f""es - fi -'- nzrglr . -- 1 ' 1 "" '11 f tix:-- - , 6 I 5.14" "if , ,iii-'ne ,. ' ' I -V L ?":EzSE:! - ' ' .sl1!t'1E1H- 1 ,. -1 w'12"'1 ' Vnllrlw-.4-4-144 . Y- -f A x 125 ""5ftfref - 1 f ' 11 ,114 ' 1"" ' 1 B1122-f'2i21i3ef171.181111 sttiiiif' 1!'ai?111155 7 ,ff H 111:27 , QW, -uhibsffpf ' l ' 'Rye-5-H "rf """1f5" we ' 1.1121 Lai '-iz' ,251 E1-gf' 525: j "ik5i'2E1 Y li 7 ---"9"-1'1" - '- 1 A E12 " Q N i -'lt-2'1w1155'j+g1i1151i411.t175fg5" W 411fi'??i2e. -it E17 ,,ggg??6 5 , ., 'I Il! gk! 5,71 . 1 .-- V g, K 4 5 : 5 K. .1 3:112 1 V! gag. ' t E.-2, ligl WV R X - f 1 :Immun S 1 X f iii' N, W, ' 1 I 7 I Q I Il 1 1 . - un-v I ' 5 I 1 I ' Q ' x 1 ' -"a'ai"1-7 'QQ3 5--1' img' . -1 ' HE: 5: ml- 1:15 54" EEE!! ' 15' 7 Q 1 ' 35? " 1 r::-- 'r fl 14111, ' 1111: 1' IR' .mmm 'Liam 1N,9f'P, ., ' 1 1 . n..-llllqifzatfgrnn Q I fwnhjfiphu 's 59, - 7 1 V - 1.61.35 lguifw. , H . U mo'mml41k1HiHim Lr awlsm. 1'Kp IW o44EfQWi9'e 7:Qill!l 'F qhg,Zm571' I 1.1 9Q8SNef A If H 11.111111 11 A 112' 4 j, 1 I 645,51 X- ',"'7-fg.,'fl ' ,, A 1,52 41fQf'fu3' , 1 'H-. 'vt , , , 7 1 FHxT1T'a'f.'.X 1 ,-!e,!i!'4E,:p '1' A 1,l"fff: - "N 0 Il-:mimi 15515325 '1f'n,'1 ' 1' N 57,4 1 I 'f' r XI '7 ' :"f7 7 'l:".-A ' . 14111111111 ,., .!! ..5!!!' ' f1U'S:'f-' ' INDEX QCon1inuecD Johnston, Dorothy, 272 Kutina, Loren, 113 McFaddin, Richard, 169 Moberly, Jacob H., 93, 153 Omicrc Jones, Beverlyi 120 Kyle, David, 114 McFarlan, Charles,ul8O lan 190 O'Ne1l Jones Bob 1 9 L McFarland John 11 , 190 Modern Dance Jones: Donna Mariei 113, 158, 262 La Brandt, Lon, 47 McGee, Roiert, 114 Moffat, Ra1ph, W.,7g3 156 O'geal Jones Earle D. 1 9 Lackey, Dorothy 171 McGinnis Janice 121 Mollet Rosemary 0' ea Jonesi E. E., Jr., 102 La Costa, Larr-y,,102 McG1nty,,Wm. J.,,ll4 154, 174, 176, 262 Orient Jones, Edward G., 75 Le Budde, Kenneth J., 48, 158 Mocrath, Anthony, 78 Montalbano, Ph11, 103 0r1en1 Jones, Ginger, 120 Lage, Lois, 77, 161 Mclllrath, Dr. Patricia, 48, 168 Montgomery, Dick, 173 Jones, Hugh, 113 laidley, Terry, 92, 168, 180 McKinley, Larry, 178 ' Montgomery, Patrick, 93, 263 Jones, Janice, 102, 169, 139, lamb, E. J. Jr., 102 McKinney, J. F. 104 Moore, Dorsey, J., 93, 153 Orlow 192, 258, 262, 263 Lambert, P. D. 102 McLain, Warren, 114, Moore, Hugh T.i 59 59 0rr,l Jones, Jay, 153 I.-ambson, Gordon, O., 77 McLaughlin, Bernadine H., Moore, Max R01 ens, Orr, 1 Jones Kenneth Pao1 126 128 Lancaster Ruth Ann 114 267 104 230 Moore, Mike 173 orr 1 Jones: Larry, 113, , , Lance, Joyce, 134, 258 , McLem0re, Robgrt, 104, 180 Moore, Norman, A., 59 Ort1z Jones, Lowry, 113 8 Lane, Suzie, 176 McLeod, Frederick, 48 Moore, Ron, 178 d 1 K 79 Osbor Jones Paul E. 5 17 Langer Norma 77 168, 268 267 McManus Wm. R. 114 Moore Wi1l1am Fre er c , Ott Jonesi Ph111p M. 58 Ia Puma, Jessi 158, 163, 168, 189, McM1llen, Joel,,l14 Morevitska, Le Roy, 134 Overt J0neS, R. L. 102 192, 266, 271 McMurry, Ralph, 114 Morgan, John A., 26 Owens Jones, Bom, 755 128 larcher, Louis, E70 MoPherron, Gerold, 104, 378 Morganilioberg M.go79i3g6213u Owens Jones era 7 Large Larry 14 McPherson R. A. 104 13 Mor er . , , Jonesi walter J., 75 , 149 Larimgr, Larry, 185 Mc0,ueary,,Myrna, 78 I Morikawa, Kazuharu, 115 Padgh, Jones, William, 272 Larr, Charlotte, 171 McRobert, Lowell, 115 Morris, David, 115 Paik, gonee, Wynoa3rE.,D76,u168, 271 Lathrop, w1111an M. 58 Mc shane, Ed, 149 Morr1s, Egger, 134 13M 59 Paine orgensen on . hrop W. M. 102 Mac Donald R. A. 103 Morris am ., , P311- Joslin, Mgrrgll Ai6gr-56323 iggta, 0. H. Jr., 102 Mac Faddini Mrs. Richagi 164 Morr1s6n, Henry Ray,1S?, 190 Palme uergensen on ta George H. 190 Mac Faddin Richard 1 1 Palme Julian, Barry, 149 , Latz,,Frank, 180, 182 Mac Robert: James, R, 93 Morrow, Don H., 80 Palmg Justue, Ang, 75, 139, 162 Lavery, R. E., 103 Mackin, Marthag 121 K Mortenson, VirnaiOll5 Pan-- La S 11 1 A 151 1111 242 Mag Arthur 2 Mosher Jane Pardc Kamcel, Felix, G. Jr., 76, 149 1a:e,Zn2Z,Ke2ne1h Eff'5g Magee, Stan6on, 115 Mouri,,Denn1si 266 Par12 Kahn, Lenita, 268 1aw1ess, Jin, 103, 273, 266 Maher, caro1, 115 Md11k, Charles A., 80 Parri gngarockir 16328 Le Cercle Francais, 169 Mahoney, William, J., 788 Mulliken, Albegt L., 93 Pascl' HSSPOO OP Le K 1 Maienchein Eugene R. 5 Munk A. J. 1 3 Patte Kangaroe Steif, 196, 199 Iegi Rabeig L.,92, 178 Malcolm, Gene, 115 I Mu Phi Eps11on, 144 Pattc ggppa ?eta iii 143 Lehman, C. A. 103 Mall, Warren, 134 Murphy, Dr., J?ik,14g, 153 Pattc PDS Si I, 1 ht R1 h d D, 2 Mandacine Mary Frances 103 Murr Jimmy 1 Payne Karr, G. M., 102, 182 Lgmfndgj Jegnfrlnn ' 9 Mankin, James D., 93 ' Mnrrey, Robgrt, 115 Payne Ketemen, Clifford W-, 113 Leonard, Jan1ee, 92, 126, 128, Manley, Louie, 115 Murrison, Max E., 80, 132, Pear Katz, Arthur, 766 175 144, 172 Manning, Carder H., 150 134, 153 Pear Katz Marlene 7 Ke E11 B1 1 s 171 Manning R. D. 103 Murry Donna 115 Pearl Kaufman, Revai 128, 134 Leggggi Jayieq34 ev n J Marcy, Mary Ann, 120 Mushburber, fob, 104, 169 Kazmlerski, J. B., 102 Letson, Frank, 161 Mariella, Sister, 162 Music Department, 76, 274 Peck 5.3-g.RP1gyirS,21g8 Levell, Frank, w., 77, 162 x3rkSbeSiy,PMiry iee,7g9 Musica, greeei6257 P d . . . . Levick A. M. 103 rquar a r 0 a us c ue c e' Ke11er,xJ.J.,'102 Lev1n,,Estheri 77, 172, 191 Marquez, Milfredo, 78 Musicki Pati 115, 165, 180, peep Kelley, Loman Keith, 76 Levit, Martin, 48 Marriot, Dean, 178 259, 262 Peet Kelly, Themes, 76- 153 Levy, Frances, 114 Marschner, W. M. 103 Musselman, Henry D., 59 Pena Kemper, C. Sam, 76 Levy, Dr., Solomon, 48, 175 Marsh, Diane, 134 Myers, Mike, 180 Penc Kisser, games, M. Sr., 226 Lewis, Charles, 103, 178, 181, 3Zreg,1gawgenSe, 133 134 Myers, Hugs I., 59. 240 gen? er . ros y r. 2 rs a . . en gendzora, Ge0rge,,158 J Lewis, Eva, F,, Qmrs, 0? 39 Marshneri w. M.,134 , Nance, Howard, 115, 169 Pep ant, Robert F. 76 Liahona Fellowship, 157 Marteney, Jack, L., 93, 134 Nassimbene, Ray, 115 Pere iZ5g3:GEgig2begg, 135 Limestall, James Dean, 77, 126 Martin, W111iam, 126, 234, gaufhtgnr Maggicef 268 5914 1 Lind J a tt 114 157 2 1 ee ean err Kerr, Willian, 128 Linaioigtfehriiur F, 53 Maryott, Manfred s.I 93 Neeli Dr.,,Robert G., 49, 171 Perr Kerswill, Deborah, 76 Linhart, D. S. 103 Massey, J. R., 103 Neely, Florence, 49 Per2 Keys, Ralph, 173 Linville, Malcolm, 171 Masters, Sue, 103, 177, 262 Neff, James F., 26 Pete Kiene, Randall L-, 76 L1nv111e, Rosanond, 134 263, 267 Neff, Lyle, 80 Pete giEBaigneMaG?q, 13459166 L1tt1e, w1111an E., 93 Mathiesen, Robert c., 78 gelson, Edgardzgg, 60, 273 E222 T' YU L 1 1 0 S n 0 n gimgillg K5nngth'G., 92, 523 Lgi2?,Cg:Ti:i 6T1Jr., 77 Matthews, Carl s.,559 9 Nglsgni gudiihy 12160 522: m e 1 OT ee errev, Long Gweldon L. 114 153 Matthews Joe D. 93 Ne son . rene Kindsuater, Norma, 131 Louch, c. v. J., 103 ' Mawh1rter, Ph111p R. Jr., 78 Newoori, Cee111a,,116, 168, 258 Petf giggrnig, Engine, 9215u- 156 Loudon, J. R. Jr., 103 Maxwell, J1m,81l5, 128 N 1262,D266,D268, 273 gig: 1 5- e, , Loudon, Walter R., 58 Mayer, Bob, l 5 ewe , Ora ean, , 64 Lowe Claudia 114 134 Mayer L A 103 Newell Dorthy L. 39 Phe' King, Dr., Roma, 47, 156, 164 ' ' 168: 262 Mazanec, Kam111a, 115, 149 Newman1C1ub, 158 I 529- Kirkbride, C- R-, 272 Lowe, Larry, 268Lughty, R. D., Means, Sandra, 121 Newman, Peter, 104, 134, 159 P 1 giriggtrick, garl1ieeniOi02, 152 Lughty, R. D., 553 Meiers, Richard E., 79 illewtlon, Rgbert 80, 127 P113 I' C , - -, Luman Jack 11 Meldrum David 115 10 0 S can K1ss1r, Russell, 102 Lunt,,Paul,,R., 93 Menchetii, Rebgrt M-, 79 Nichols: Margiret, 116, 134, ggi Kitterman, T- L., 102 Lyttre11, Robert, 114 Nensch, George E., 59 230, 262, 263 1- 5193, Fiink, 56, 53 Lyman, Sam, 78 Metcalfe, Sandra, 115 Ni0hO1S0n, Barbara, 2626 P19 e n, Sn, Lynch L. M. 93 Meyer Donald K, 93 Nicholson Patricia 2 Pie: 82122221.21-1,51:r1d, 171 ,Emi 139 4-1,79 liaise, 4111649 ' E111 - 1 , yons James 7 Meyer K. K. 13 0 e 12 e Qfggggj' gQgf:gSf7315228 Lyon,,John, 134 Meyerg, E, Lf, 79, 153 Noe, 71rg11, 116 P1p Klugmanf Paul, 134 ' Lytle, Roggmargg 123i 127, Eeygrs, Hug? Igw1ga659269 ggggggigiyeggsgigtgn HgO60153 Egg c e son re - E22QPfTf:S'9ger?5616?8O Mc, ' ' ' 572 Norton, Sheila, 1o4,,1681 169, Ple ' ' 151, 262 ' McCaffree, Carl, 2718 Milam, Rose, 128 N t 236i 262,G2668O 153 EOE McCalmon Jack D. 7 Milburn Jan 103 0Va DY 1 am - 0 Knight' Jacquetta' 121 McCann, w1111s, 131 M111er,'Ethe1, 270 Noyes, Robert, 93 , , Pin Knott Carl 180 270 Knott' Margaret 'lm 145 McCarter, Riehard, 114 Miller, Geraldine, 79 Nugent, Hugh, 80, 130, 131, 194 Pon Kolkia Frank 57 ' McCarthy, Marie, 93, 172, 191 Miller, Gloria, 34 NH11, Jack, 169, 180, 262 POT Konocng Leo 'C 113 Mec1ay, M. L., 104 1 M111er, Stephen, B., 79 Nu Rho Pei, 145 Por Kostlaci J0e'Jr'f 92 1,9 Moc1ure, Katherine, 24g M111er, Jerry, 93 Nylund, D1ck6 116, 134, 180 gov ' ' McClure William D. 7 114 Miller William Jr. 79 01' gf2Qifcggr2gggnH'9g7 165 McColluM, Jerry, 114 ' ' , 240 ' D'Bann0n, Chester, 80, 150, Soi ' ' McConnell Bob E. 153 Mindrup Jerome 115 270 0 QZZEZZ' 222222 Kigugz McCorm1cki M1chae1, 114, 134 Misbachi Lorenzi Dr., 4, 27 Obateke, P. S. 104, 134, 240 POD Krause: Nancy 'LJ3 258 180 Misenhelter, Ed, 165 Oooelli, John, 80 Pow Krause, Tom, i53 ' McCoy, Gary, 1, 93 M1tohe11, John, 103, 178 O'Connor, Michael, 171 P04 Kreth, K Kieth, 77 McCreary, Dorothy, 134 B Mitchell, Richard, 79, 128 g'ge11,EgiHd8, 945 174 504 ' McCreary William 33 1 2 Miyahara Edward J. 79 S en ward 13 0' gfgg?daMZryv1rg1113' 134' 145 MeDan1e11 Clara, 152 ' ' 132, 134 ' O'Ha11eren, Vincent 81, 149 Pre Krossi MOrr1S:'175 ' McDaneld, Dick, 78,ul78 Miyahara, Richerdcl., 59 310 Red Cledy ASUOPS 266 gre K McDaniel Keith 11 134 loberly Edna R. Mrs I-LL., liver Jay 270 rf arty' 448143, D" 77' 126 McDona1di Dayton, J.f 93, 153 ' ' 39 Omicron Delta Kappa, 130 Pri 0 . - " 1 'nh 4 I ,- L " ' . .. , .., I , A It I 4 tu '. ,X 6 QI . 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X 1 .npn-f J ,nnyq J I 'Mi' , , ,. . , ., wuf,rt, N ,J y .- r 'K' 2.4.5 Omlcron, Kappa Upsllon, 132 0'Nell, Durl, W., 94, 153 190 O'Nea1, Harry, 134 0'Neal, Shirley, 36 Orientation, 234 Orientation Dances, 208-Tuesday 209-Saturday Orlove, Jack, 81, 131 Orr, Mark K. 39 Orr, Peter M., 94, 153 Orr, Betty, 50 Ortiz, G. J. 104 Osborn, Bob, 178 Ott, Louis, 116 Overturff, John 116, 134 Owens, Robert I. 81 Owens, Russell G., 94 P Padgham, Ross, 116 Palk, James, 81 Paine, William Winston, 81 Pair - O - Dice, Dance, 216 Palmeo, 153 Palmer, Virgin, 116, 134 Palmgreen, Martha, 81 Pan--Hellenic, 174 Pardo, Norman A., 81 Parizek, Eldon J., 50 Parrish, Maxine, 272 Paschal, Wm D., 116 Patterson, Duane, E., 94 Patton, Marllyn-Dean, 60 Patton, Wayne, 123, 134, 151 Payne, 153 Payne, C. W., 104 Pearce, James, 34 Pearce, Joseph, E-, 94 Pearce, Virginia, 127, 129, 152, 159, 270 Peckham, Jay Eldon, 81, 127 262 Peden, James, 116 Peeples, Richard L., 94 Peet, Herbert O., 26 Penates, 170 Pencil, George, 33 Penny, Jim, 166 Pentlcuff, Jack C., 60 Pep Club, 262 Perez, Edna, 120 Perkins, Bonnie, 121 Perry, Robert, 116, 178 Perry, Richard, W., 81 Perzlns, Inara, 108 Peters, 163 Peters, Edward A., 94 Peterson, Erwin, 116 Peterson, Eugene, 94 PeteI'SOIl, F., W. 134 Peterson, Walden R., 81, 132 Pett1John, Pat, 176, Petzall, Gerhard, 149 Pharmacy School Officers, 193 Phelan, Patricia, 121 Phel s Dr. Kermit, 171 263, 267 P 1 1 Phi Alpha Delta, 146 Phi Delta Delta, 147 Phi Delta Phi, 148 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, 150 Phillips, Wayne, 149 Pieratt, Joe M., 94, 153 Pierce, Carole, 161 Pierce, T. A., 81 Pierson, Elmer F., Pipkin: B Plpkin, Bob, 273 Pitcher, Laurence, 116 Playhouse, Productions, 265, 271 Price, Karen, 94 Primrose, J. Stephen, 117 Proctor, Wm., 117 Professional Pan-Hellenic, 139 Psi Chi, 171 Psi Omega, 151 Publications, 195 Purcell, Lawerence, 117, 153 Purcell, Thomas, 117 Puterbaugh, M. P., 50, 161 Pxannenstlll, Eugene, 158 Pyles, Clara Cornwell, 82 Q Quad Dance, 212 Queens, 230-32 R Ragar, Monty, 271 Ragar, Roddy, 271 Ragland, Ron, 178 Rainey, Marvin, 94 Rapaport, Richard, 175 Ray, Jim , 94 Rechnagel, Edgar R., 94, 153 Rector, Henry, 273 Red Carnation, 226 Redd, Durward, 267 Reed, Marvin, 94 Reed, Robert, 94 Reeve, Wayne L., 60 Reeves, Albert L lJudgeJ 60 Reeves, Linda, 117, 176 Reher, William, C. 50 Rost, William J., 50 Religious, Clubs--Intro, 154 Reser, Thomas S., 94 Residence Hall Council, 194 Reuland, George, 26 Rho Chl, 133 Rhodes, Rosemary, 240 Rhyne, Robert R., 94, 153 240 Richie, Wilbur B., 95 Richmond, Fred A., 60 Richmond, John W., 61 Richmond, W. M., 134 Rlcketson, Nancy, 95 Rlddlebarger, John, 95 Riederer, Francis, 117 Riggs, Homer, 82, 128 Riggs, W. Russell, 104, 153 Rinehart, Robert J., 117 Rivera, Domlnza, 82 Roberts, David, 82, 180 Roberts, Howard, 128, 134 Robinson, David W., 61 Robinson, Omar Jean, 61 Rock, Kenneth, 149 Rodaete, Robert L., 82 Rodriquez, Llambra Juan, 82 Rody, Arthur, R., 104 Roehl, Pete S., 95 Roehllnz, William, 104 Rogers, Donald, 117 Rogers, R. L. 104 Rogers, Richard L., l04 Rosensteln, Herbert, 95, 175 Roshllng, W. M., 134 Rost, Mrs. William J., 139 Roth, Genevieve D., 61 Rott, George, 117, 159 Rowe, L. A., 104 Rowland, Loy, 117 Roy, Dee W., 95, 134, 153, 190 Rozell, Billy R., 95 Royall, Norman, 50 Rub,-ight, william, 117 Rudd, J. M. 104, 134, 153 Rudisalle, Stanley, 117 Santoro, Alex, 268, 269 Saper, Marshal, 134, 168 169 Sargent, G. W., 105 Sarian, Hratoh, 134 Sata, Tooru, 95, 134 Saunders, Robert, 134 Saver, John Lowell, Jr., 82, 153 Saver, Jack, 153 Sawyer, Carl, W., 61 Sawyer, Jim. 269, 272, 273 Schaad, Thomas D., 61 Schaeffer, Geo, 95, 128, 134 Schaiff, William E., 82 Schalley, Georgeanne, 83, 128 Schatz, J. W., 105 Schere, Rickie, 105 Schick, Bob , 95 Sohlic, Fred, 117 Schmidt, Harriet, 120 Schmidt, Roland, 117 Schoech, D. R. 105 Schoen, John, 117 Schoopper, Arthur Frank, 61 Schorse, S. W. Jr., 105 Schuler, Laleta, 95 Schwartz, Harriette, 128 Schwartz, Norman L., 62 Scott Henry, 51 Scott, Lee, 83 Scott. Lowell, 134 Scott, Sam 52 Scurlock, Jean, 270 Sears, Richard, 134 Seldon, Tina Lee, 95, 177 Seligson, Stanford, 128, 134 1 9 Selvey, Louis, 169 Senior Class Officers 192 Sentner, Ealeen, 172, 191 Shanklin, Ben, 270 Sharp, Keytha, 168, 258 Sharrow, Brent, 273 Sharp, Keytha, 105, 174, 261 262, 263, 266 Sheldon, Jeffrey, 118 Shelton, Jim, 266 Shelton, L. E. 105 Shere, Rickie, 168 Sherwood, Pat, 105 Shields, Mike, 118, 180, 262 Shlnn, Carolina, 118, 262, 269 Shipley, Wanda, 134 Shoemaker, Dick, 150, 180, 262 Shoemaker, Fran, 272 Short, Henry, 83 Solou, Jerome, J., 95 Sommer, W. Soulis, Rosamond, 128 Sowders, Glenn, 149 Spalding, June W., 39 Spandle, Mary Lynn, 118 Spanjol, Marilyn, 121 Sparks, Ben, 83 Spaulding, Speer, Hugh W. fDeanJ 28 Spehr, Mary Ann, 120 Spencer, Jim, 118, 180 Spielberger, Dena, 95, 168, 26 Paul, 83 Bertha Tate, 266 269 7, Spoor, Mike, 118, 182 Spotts, J. Spurgeon, James, 83, 149 Staab, Arlen E., 95,153 T. 118, 178 Stanfleld, Jack, 95 Stafford, Warren S., 83, 131, 149 Stanfield, Jaxk, 128 134 Stanton, H. L. 105 Stark, Howard, 84 Starr, Robert A., 96 Staudeuraus, Dr. Phillip, 166 Stearns, Franklin, 134 Steck, Audrey, 128, 134, 172 Steiner, Edwin, Jr., 118, 153 Stephenson, John A., 118 Stern, Richard J. 26 Stevens, CJ CDean5, 29 Stevens, D Stewart, Carol Sue, 120 Stewart, Donal, 84 Stipe, Richard, 146 Stocktlcklers Ball, 214 . M., 105 Ronald, 96, 180 Stoltzfus, Stone, Raymond, 52 Stone, Pat, 168 Strand, Jardon, 118 Stratford, Chuck, 259 Strayer, Barbara, 118 Stroud, Parry E., 52 Stroud, Herschel L., 118 Stroud, Sandra, 118, 262 Strouse, R Strwad, Jardon, 153 Stuckey, Ward B., 149 Student Co Student Z1 Stutzman, 1 Sullivan, Arron W., 96 Suttle, Da Swaffar, J Swartz, W 1 134 onald, 118 uncil, 189 onists Organization gin, 144, 145, 169 vid, 118 oe, 118 lllam, 185 Short, Kenneth, 83, 162 Short, Les, 83, 150, 261 Short, Lew, 157 Shrago, Katie, 134, 169 Shreeve, Jim, 118 Siddall, Verne, 268 Siegel, Lester, 26 Sigma Alpha Iota, 152 Sigma Beta, 179 Silander, Dven, 95 Sweatman, Kenneth C., 84, 153 Sweeney, James, 84 Sweitzer, Dr., Robert, 191 T Takase, Allan, 118 Talbott, James, M., 96, 153 Tamboll, Mary, 240 Tanaka, P. K., 105 Tanner, Edward W. Sr., 26 Taron, Joseph, E., 96 Tau Kappa Epsilon, 180 Simpson, Carol, 105, 176, 262 Sims, Tom, 146 Sinclair, Vaughn, 95 Sippy, C. S. 105 Skaer, Wilbur, 118, 153 Skelton, Jon, 232 Slagg, Stanley D., 83 Sloan, S.N., 105 Slonecker, Jerry, 105 Smith, Carolyn 139 Smith, Donald M., 95, 134 Smith, James H., 95, 134 Taylor, Arthur, 105, 130 Taylor, Earl G. 84 Taylor, Guiow, 68 Taylor, Jack, Teachers N.T., 172 Tebeck, Frank, 272 Tennant, F. M. 106 Tennis, 256 Teraokai HaEgy,1gg3 Terry, roo , Testa, Wllliann J., 34, 240 2 118, 153 P1 at Charles 116 190 O., 61 Smith J. Raymond 52 Therrlenlu Don, 34 Pgluei David Ri, 116 ggigftflggig, 117 Smith: Maley, 1391 162 Thoman, Rotert D., 96 pokorny, Robert D., 81 Russell, Douglas, A. 51 Smith, Patricia Ann, 105 Thomas, Carol, 1196 Plnder, Jim, 94, 150, 169 Rutherford, Gerald, 117, 134 Smith, Paul E., 8 3 Thomas, ChHr1eS,69 Ponlck, Duke, 116, 165 Ruysser Terry, 258 smith, Robert E., 83 Thomas, C- Y-, 2 Porche, Mary Ann Clayton, 94 Rnwart ,John 180 Smith, Sandie, 262 Thomas, James, 119 84 Porter, Chastain G., 60 Ryan 3 B ,104 Smith, Sandy Lynne, 113, 144, 262, 255Thomas, Joe K., Jr., Porter, Darrell, 116 Ryan'wii1i5Q, 51, 158, 154 Smith, Wallace, 118 Thomas, Paul M 26 Pmmw,cmn,n6 RWn'mw wnlum 53 hdw,W.L,1M TMmWW,Di2 qw ly Posey, Edgar, 117 Ryerson, joycey 157, 251 Snell, Richard, 272 ggogpggg, gonB . an , gotta, g3rereE22-1 39 Rynard, John, 134, 128 ggiaggilrlgrgnee, 128 Thgmgsoni Jane-iobb, 96, 127 OUR , PY: S ' ' 147 563611, g1aR16RSrd18g, 153 gaeger' gigirtlig, 51, 61 Snyder, Ha27g: 271 ISM, 168 Thompson, Melvin, 132, 157 .v - -' ae EI' 1 Powell, Jack: 268 Salgdino, Rogalie, 139, 140, 162 Snyder' Thelma' 95 ghgmpggg, girglgla 39 Powell, George E'f 24" 26 salyer, Kenneth, 117, 134 goals' R6gnetE5P 149 Tlce? Jim, 157, 261 Prater, Afthufag-1 2 Sandoval, Ben, 95, 134 Sgldagels A 9 '105 T111er. George B., 84, 153 ??2S22nL'Di'A' 117 E-ir, 131' 31.t1st:s"1.:'R::::,.21 18. ' ' 1 lenda 17 , 177 s llars Don 266 268, 273 en I Pribyl, Rlcherd J., 82, 190 Sanningf G 1 0 1 1 1 ' K g,. , jf, ,'y.f 4 ,s . ',1N4 5 qfnlmp QW M .. 1-2, ,.---',,:-:gf 1'f"fg'--lf--'!I!,','fnl - "WW 'fx - " A 'Lv 4 ., 1 RI'-4' , ,N U-N 3 ,, .f',""i::':p,1, .gq7g',,1:a:'ig1agg3ggE.- W " Qh uiljfff, Lghif j '- , ' HfifhiE5?" " flu' , ,.'1 15 a 1 gl- ,-f- .1 'J . 35' ":f Y,... -' I A , 1' in N ,iu!1f!!r'E' " ,L M 1 1' .., I -. 32151 1 lib, , .1 AK jJl'E3"'4,,I I I 1' ini 57,1 1 ' FREE. K :Quin 1' 1 111' ', Miiifik, e.,:,44.x r ""l!'1, 4 ' Q' ,f,f'f.q, leaning: f L ,Shay ff , ri? Alissa:-.1 jiri. - , N- f t' f . ,ef 'az22'i5EE2g, -1SEE:.. Rasanw2f-. .' ha ,QE-E ltaliifzey 6555 X ,SRV ,pf PJ, eff?-"- 5511156 Et' """'-QE 1:23-x .4121 74 'f'44E'?E7" 'JM 539123111111 'l"i:?,. , ' xv." ' 1, if-S 'Y ' m ,Q '1" 4?4i47fMM Ein- f 94,61 " " 'fe-s,f1ii'4 Xblazfi' 14.1" WW ,ami 15. UIW1' Wfma' " ' 1Hu.Hn4Wu, Titre .f - 7513 A .. 1 :UTAH ', .... .f 'IH ' in I 11 ' ' eizil i A 'W .:L,7:1'L"'H9i'f?E'-3FEEEEF'' 1155525134 .ff 5f.::f1'l'4 1 ' 1 It-1 'WJ' f ,AMY 'MSE'-li-11 .54 1. ,,,,,,,1,,,..,- PEN, 141 !'15,1:r2 'iizsi-f"' ' aa 5'1'f44' ' 'Q . If A 'SW QW ""'?1' AU - '27 3 Q 'mLE,M.. .., Qllnnls. -. l 35343.31 X 3 , ,- - I' 'lnyvflr X tw' 1. ' ' isa en if xx --V Qhieifzzgiff R ' ' 1' .11 A A ORN hm' J - X + 4 .x1"'W S1 R P '::i- Xx gglhll -Nc L ,,..,,. ,,,,,.,4... .. , ......,...,,,........w....,-.. ..-..v..- . ....,, -. ....,.....,..--- - v.,-,.......--..... ..-. L 0,-,L , , ...,.,.- Todd, Dick, 84 Todd, Kenneth, 84 Todd, Ronald D., 96 Todd, Tom, 106 Tommey, James R., 96 Tool, Herman R., 106. 151, Torch. and Scroll , 128 Track, 254 Treeae, Robert, 134 Tregaskis, G. L., 106 Trout, James M., 96 Troxell, Wayne, 268 Trudgeon, Charles H., 85 Truhlicka, Robert E., 119, 153 Tumino, Bonnie, 85, 145 Tunks, Donald E., 119 Turner, Jim, 134, 169 Turrentlne, Don, 85, 127, 180, 192 Tuttle, Warren W., 85, 134 Tygett, Thomas G., 119 U U-News, 200-O1 Untril, Rhoda, 159 V Van Blaricum, James, 119 Van Buskirk, Austin, 131 Van Peursln, Hardin, 150 Varnado, Alban, Dr., 52, 168 273 Vazquez, Torres, H., 96 Veatch, N. T., 26 Vets, 185 VierS, Edwin L., ll9 Viles, Darel D., 85 Vinduska, Eugene, 119 Vjadaac, Sondra, 85 Vogel, Ed., 119 Vogelgesong John, 85 Volz, CDean Marlin, 30, 62 1 5 W Wagner, Jerry E., 96, 134, 153 Wagner, Lloyd, 119 Wagner,Vanetta, 145, 270 Wagner, Walter C., 53 Wakatsuki, Walter R., 85, 132 13 INDEX fconfinuedl Walker, Carrol Walker, Jim, 106, 166, 178 Walker, J. Morton, 53, 168 Wallace, F. M., 106 Waller, Robert, 119, 259 Waller! Jan, 34 Wallington, Jim, 96, 182, 253 Walters, Don, 134, 168, 169 266, 267, 271, 273 Walters, Lawana, 266, 268, 269, 271, 272 Walters, Ieslie, 271 Walthall, Charles D., 62 Walton, Evelyn, 270 Walton, Philys, 134 Ward, Fred, 268, 270 Ward, Ken, 96, 180 Ward, Shirl W., 119 Ware, Richard, 85, 134 Warfield, Dave, 171 Warner, Benjamine, W., 62. 246 Warren, Otis, 240 Waters. Delores, 145, 270 Watkins, Paul D., 85 Watson, Barbara, 33 Watson, Kenneth R. 96 watts, D.D. 106, 153 Watts, Joleen, 85 Watts, Marion, 134, 128 Weaver, Marion, 128 Webb, G. Ferrell, 62 Webber, Blanche, 134 Wledenmann, Martha, 127 Weigand, Robert C., 85.132 Weihr, Ronnie, 178 Weiner, Stanley, 175 Weinstein, Don, 119 Welch, Joe F. 96 Welch, T. E., 106 Welcome Dance, 207 Wells, E. R., 106 Wells, Jack E., 62 Welty, Frank, 96 Wempe, Jerey, 119 Wenzel, Dwight, 134 Werking, David H., 86 Wesemann, Marlene, 270 Wesemann, William, 134 Westermann, Edwin, 53 Weston, John , 106, 156 Weston, Warren, 128 Whalen, Tom, 162 Whenham, William S., 157 Whitaker, Bfrbara, 119 white, Doc, 41 White, Helen, 53 White, R. Wendell, 86 Whitehall, Harold, 120 Whitehead, James, 119, 190 Whittaker, Charles E., 26 Whorton, Robert, 106 Wh0'S Who, 124, 127 Wiedemann, Martha, 96, 262 Wilcox, Nancy, 106.,145, 168 58,E1,M7 Wilkinson, Mickey, 178 Williams, Pat, 268, 273 Williams, A. B. 106 W1lliamS, A. M. 106 Williams, Jacqueline, 158 Williams Jewell B. QMrsJ, 39 Williams, Kathryn, J., 39 Williams, M. M. 106 Williams, Patricia, 119, 134 Williams, Richard, 96 Williams, Sam, 270 Williams, Thomas, 134 Williamson, Charles, G., 62 Willets, L. W. 162 Wlllsey, Marilyn, 121 Willson, Sue Keyser, 172 Wilson, Arthur, 150 Wilson, Don, 119 Wilson, Donna, 128 Wilson, Dorothy, 32 Wilson, Roger, 96, 163 Wilson, Sue, 96, 191 Wilson' Vlr inla, 119, 134, 258, , S 260, 261, 262, 263 Wlmp, Jet, 272 Winslow, William, 119 Women's Eecreation Association 2 1 Wolf, Juanita, 120 Wood, Bonnie, 120 Wood, Wayne, 166 Woodard, Charles G., 62 Woodford, Wes, 119 Woodworth, Allen, 106 Wooley, Le Grande H. 86, 132 Woolley, L. K. 134 Woosley, Howard R., 96 Wray, E. H. 106 Wren, Paul D., 86, 146, 180 WMyW,D.B.,lw,lf Wright, Rodger, 120 Wurdack, Edward L., 86 Wurst, H. R., 189, 193 Wuthnow ,Rodney, 120 wyatt, Harold, 120 Wyatt, W. P., 86, 240 Wyly, Lyle, 270 Wyly, Virginia, 96 Wynne, Robert K. 86 Y Y Yamamoto, Roy, 120, 134 Yoshizumi, D. T., 106 Yates, Mike, 272 Young, Ken, 268 Young, Virginia, 128, 134, 172, 191 Young, Wyman, E., 86 Youree, T. J., 106 Z . Zanol, W. 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