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

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A ff! qffkfzqif '1 ffff if '14 AA in E. Z-' U YYY' NDED 1 0P. 99' L 41 Wi ! 1 :E l' 2 m A F z. ' i Q 1 P' 1' 1' T E P w 1 z I 3' 5 Y Li 1 'l I f 3 4 S 1 B . 1 5 4 3 a 2 r s Y Y s 3 '11 I- 'Nl IJ riff" ' It 1 1 1 L".'lT"X...i'.Z 1 9 5 9 I KANGAROO I 3 'SUNSET 'I . P 4 PAID-CGD?52sM,E1sT FLFSLES LIBRARY IIHIH11111101117111ITIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIWIIIIIIHIM 3 0000 11021562 5 Cow A fi 7 Z? 14131 1959 I TI-IE UNIVERSITY CDF KANSAS CITY JUNE LORRAINE HYATT, EDITOR BRUCE HOLMAN, ASSOCIATE EDITOR BOB MUSBURCER, COPY EDITOR IN KANSAS CITY N PRINTING COMPANY 45' , ..-,.,,....,.1.e-n-m..vnr-san i -1-,-vm - FOR VV ARE "lt will take more than the lure of colorful pennants and basketball games to bring you people as alumni back to this campus," Robert Nelson told the senior class. "We do not have panty raids and telephone booth stuffing teams here, the student body of The University of Kansas City is mature and serious and has no time for silliness. We of the Administration are proud of this state of affairs." And in Mr. Nel- son's words the seniors felt they had encountered the true expression of The University of Kansas City spirit. What can you expect of a college career at KCU? This is a pertinent question: a question which prospective students and old students alike ponder. Perhaps before we open the 1959 Kangaroo, the indelible record of this past year at our University, it might not be unappropriate to consider these questions for a moment. The spirit of KCU has been called apathetic, and has at times approached the status of a complete nonentity in the eyes of some students. To others, those who orbit around Haag Hall mainly, the antics of the fraternities and sororities and student council have seemed disgustingly silly and childish. In between these two factions there are many students who scarcely have time enough in their days, busy with jobs and family responsibilities, to attend classes and study. For these students, altho the desire to contribute may be keen, there are not enough hours in the week to permit them to partici- pate in the great millrace called "extra-curricular activities." This is the situation peculiar to an urban university. Those forces which cause these diverse attitudes are the same forces which bring people to this campus in the first place. The state of the student body has been analysed and bewailed many times, echoes of the keening never die in the halls of KCU. lt is difficult for the young and enthusi- astic to accept the situation as it is and try to go from there, to build a school unique in attitude and atmosphere rather than to strive for the stereotyped college life of resident, isolated campii. Nourished on the concept of competition in extra- curricular activities during their high school days, the freshmen arrive at KCU eagerly anticipating a 2 less juvenile and more elaborate program than what they have previously known. They are stunned to find that the burden of these activities rests in large part with them. The rest of the student body, struggling with the responsibilities of demanding class loads, outside jobs, and family activities, has a bare minimum of time to spend offering them guidance and support in their enterprise. These new students encounter a rigid but skeleton frame- work of traditions to work within, and too fre- quently find that the fruits of their labors are met only with accounts of the superior events of previ- ous years. Perhaps "subtle revolution" is a more accurate term to describe what has happened to colleges across the country. Urban universities such as this one indicate the crytalization of these revolu- tionary forces, which rise out of the new class of students, who have little or no family tradition and support for higher education, who are independently, seriously, and sternly interested in learning and not in tom foolery. This shift of emphasis from the raccoon coat days of the '20s to the G. l. baby buggy post war days has brought the demise of Joe Col- lege, U.S.A., Playboy on Papa's bank account. ln a situation such as this, it is to be expected that the extra-curricular activities will have a different tone and a less exuberant character. Those students who are disappointed in the lack of "school spirit" at KCU need to reappraise their school and see that from another, more contemporary viewpoint, there is indeed a very vital spirit manifested here. Those students who are so critical of the activities need to join into them and mold them more to their taste. These two groups can, and are beginning to, work together towards a compromise program of student activities which will more appropriately fill the needs of the whole student body. This is a challeng- ing but necessary goal which must be achieved as this young rapidly growing university takes its place amoung the leaders of modern higher education. Steps have been made in this direction this year, the organization of the independent students for political purposes is an important example. Apathy in student government, the apex of the lack of time and interest manifested throughout the activities structure, is a nation-wide problem and an urgent problem which must be solved quickly. Students at KCU will find their administration much more helpful and co-operative than they might expect, the opportunities to lead and plan are so many that jobs go begging, for lack of a responsible person to do them. Here then, at KCU, the student who has the desire and ability to co-ordinate his primary responsibilities with those of student leadership will find all the chances he could ask for, they are his for the effort. -June Hyatt, Editor an what nned to in large t body, nanding ies, has g them These frame- roo fre- are met -f previ- a more ened to ies such : revolu- class of :ion and ndently, and not rom the 'Y buggy loe Col- nt. In a Thai' The ent tone :nts who 9irit" at see that wt, there e. Those . need to :ir taste. to, work A student fill the zhalleng- lieved as its place iucation. -mis year, lents for Apathy 1 of time activities n urgent Students ich more r expect, wany that Jerson to who has primary rship will ey are his tt, Editor INTRODUCTION 1958-1959 was the start of a second quarter century, a time to start thinking and acting progressively, and accomplishing projects worthy of such an institution as The Univer- sity of Kansas City. The beginning of the new era was marked by the unique inauguration ceremony of Dr. Richard M. Drake as fourth Chancellor of the University. Six television stations in Kansas City, St. Joseph, Topeka and Sedalia carried the televised ceremonies staged primarily for the television cameras, with a limited live audience present in The University Playhouse. lt was estimated that 4 million viewers watched the inauguration, the first known of its kind. New Deans were appointed to the Dental and Business schools. Dr. Ted R. Brannen became Dean of the Business School, and immediately took advantage of UKC's urban location to start working hand in hand with local busi- nesses and industries for the betterment of both the school and the participating compa- nies. Dr. Hamilton B. G. Robinson was appointed Dean of the School of Dentistry, and made plans for the amalgamation of the Dental School with the UKC campus as soon as possi- ble. Broadway came to UKC in the person of actress Judith Evelyn as star of the Play- house production "Electra," The production, as all this year's productions were, was pro- nounced a success. Two months later the same play opened in an off-Broadway theatre in New York with Miss Evelyn in her original role, Tom Buckley, former UKC student, in his role of Orestes, and Miss Patricia Mc- llrath, Director of the University Playhouse, directing. Once again the play was given good reviews. The usual five plays and two chil- dren's theatre productions were well received by the community. The Second Quarter Century'program on the UKC campus this year reads like the Who's Who in American Education, science, and music. Dr. Edward McCrady, President of the University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee, spoke on "Satellites and Education," Father Gustave Weigel, Professor of Ecclesiology, Woodstock College, Woodstock, Maryland, on "Religion and the Universityf' Dr. Richard P. McKeon, Professor of Philosophy at Columbia University, on "Does Philosophy Have A Place in Contemporary Society?" Notable among the scientists speaking on the program were Dr. Harold C. Urey, nuclear scientist instru- mental in the development of the hydrogen and atomic bombs and Dr. C, M. Pomerat, Professor of Cytology and Director of the Tissue Culture Laboratory, University of Texas. 3 The Social Sciences were represented by Dr. Richard D. Weigle, President of St. John's College, Annapolis, Maryland, spoke on "The Concept of the Liberal Arts College." Four men represented the fields of literature and criticism: W. H. Auden, English born poet and critic, and author of several books of poetry, John Allen Tate, magna cum laude graduate of Vanderbilt University, and recipient of numerous literary prizes and awards, Henri M. Peyre, Sterling Professor of French at Yale University and a noted scholar and writer in the field of comparative literature, Mark Van Doren, poet, literary editor, and critic, Profes- sor of English at Columbia University, and Pulitzer Prize winner in poetry for l939, Judge Paul W. Alexander, Court of Common Pleas, Division of Domestic Relations and Juvenile Court, Toledo, Ohio, spoke on "Changes in Family Law" at the annual Law Day Dinner. The speakers for the annual dental day were: Dr. Hollis Askey, Lincoln, Nebraska, who spoke on "Practice Administration," Dr. Harold Harris, Denver, Colorado, who spoke on "Full Denture Phosthesis," and Dr. Robert Allen, Kansas City, Missouri, who spoke on "Dental Office Emergencies." The music department had an outstanding year, with Vittorio Ciannini conducting the opening of this year's opera, "Taming of the Shrew" the major success of the year. Mr. Giannini's opera is considered the only great American opera of the twentith century. The University family was honored to have two of its members, Dr. Patricia Mcllrath, Director of the Playhouse, and Mrs. Christine Hogin, Director of Student Activities, elected to membership in "Who's Who Among American Women." Dr. Roma King and Dr. Patricia Mcllrath visit with Dr. Mark Van Doren during his appearance as part of the Second Quarter Century program. 4 have lrath, istine ected rnong Dr. Allen O. Gruebbel lstandingl makes his point during a discussion concerning revisions of The University of Kansas City Alumni Constitution which took place at the February Alumni Officers and Board of Directors Meeting Other alumni shown are, front row: Joseph Shalinsky, James A. Coffin, John T Lockton Mrs Rosemary Peterson Mrs Virginia D Yates Dr Edward P. Nelson. Back row: Mrs. Betty M. Zwilling Judge Samuel Dew Dr Cruebbel Dr A Dayton Herlack Dr Charles D. Walthall. The minds, thoughts and theories of five great educators were pooled for a public symposium held in the UKC Playhouse on the subject, "Urban Private Education-lts Significance and Its Future." The symposium was video tape recorded by WDAF-TV, edited and then broadcast for the viewers of the area. A copy of the tape was sent to Washington for use by the American Council on Education. The Uni- versity took pride in presenting Thomas Hart Benton in the role of guest lecturer. Tom Benton, American artist, fiery critic, talker, and wit is widely known as a mural painter. The art department held a series of art exhibi- tions on a variety of artistic themes. A pilgrimage was held in the spring for all Kansas City women to help raise money to decorate the interior of the new University center. Tours were held throughout the cam- pus to acquaint all those who took part with the facilities and faculty of UKC. ln the late afternoon ground was broken for the new building. Plans progressed at a rapid rate for construction of a new science center to be located tenatively on the block between Troost and Rockhill Road, and between Sl st and 5Oth Streets. The new center would include a Phar- macy, Dental, and as yet unplanned Sciences buildings. wfjg: Q :Mg---, ..::5,1., .g x :gist --A :. L . " 'J QX,...,,L -xg--, ef-:awe-.4... is 1., -x - - -.' 1- John Allen Tate,, poet. Miss Margaret Dudley, Director of the ele- mentary teacher training program of the school of Education, was named to the chair of learn- ing established by the University Women's Club of Kansas City. Miss Dudley joins three other "name professors," Dr. Eugene Altschul, Harzfeld Professor of Economics, Dr. Ernest Manheim, Haskell Professor of Sociology, and Dr. Maria Castellani, Haag Professor of Mathe- matics. The alumni of UKC reorganized this year, adopting a new constitution and by-laws and working through nine active committees, to provide a variety of services to both the alumni and the school itself. A totally new group was organized this year on campus, the University Associates, a non- fund raising organization designed to bring The University closer to the community, and to help The University interpret the educa- tional needs of the community. For the stu- dent, The University advanced in several new directions. A new registration and grade recording and filing system was set up, built around new IBM automatic accounting ma- chines to help speed up registration informa- tion. Permission to set up Crant and Aid plans for the athletic department was given by the board. Such has been the past year-the streetcar tracks are rapidly fading through the doorway of past history, as the school on the hill fights desperately to open the door to the future. 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Af,-.35 ,- 1.',-Q-'f',-1.7 G'Q':f:f'.'lW: -5' I I ., ." .1 f ull ':?" . ,...,...r,f,.:..1,,,..g,:A, .-, :f'!,f lf fl, ff, " . f ' if ff'ZQDQLQHHA-i:1'12f15i5'1' -,-1-1 -I I :':'f5,f "fES1ipf:1iz-556:71 V ij., -'qij-1-3335914 14-Z'Z'.f,f.-.-.f,-,f . fq:.,f X 1:1-:.1,3jf 1.73, vm. f.-Q'-4-' .,, .,, -1.-.ll A-gc.:-y.cf,1--f . -'fzf1f':1Q11:15i2f' . fyffjv f,cffi?rf . n,--1.11.36-f W 'f'i'41c-1+ :W ff-iff' - . ,. jf.-if-'Q' fjnr- If' 'Q ' lr- If -iw-+1414 -vff lf .f 5 'f f ,:l'fj",4:-fl' , uv! f, , , 1 X WSW? .11 , 'f,-,-OM f A 'Z' 57 74' Aff! 1 . , , , ,if . . . , ff' . , J Aff ' 7:1 .Z 1, ff' .rr I f?i'+3 'r ' .f '.f .f - f l Completing his second full year as Chancellor of The University of Kansas City, Dr. Richard M. Drake may look back on a highly success- ful year. All the schools of the University have made great advances in curriculum, faculty and the quality of student training. The Busi- ness School was reorganized, making it a more effective link in the chain of education. The Second Quarter Century Program attracted out- standing speakers and musicians to enhance the UKC campus, focusing attention on the many aspects of value this campus holds for the community. Dr. Drake has maintained his usual, close contact with the students, realizing, after all, students do have thoughts on their own education. Plans for the new Center have nearly become a reality, with plans progressing for the Science center to include new Dentistry and Pharmacy facilities so sorely needed by the University. The community has become very much aware of UKC's presence, and the part it should play for Kansas City Chancellor's inauguration through the televised ceremony, and the television coverage of the Symposium on Urban Education. 20 chancellor BCARD CDF TRUSTEES Seated: Edwin W. Bixby, Elmer F. Pierson, George E. Powell, Sr., Ray R. Irwin, John M. Clayton, Herbert S. Hare, James A. Hazlett, James M. Kemper, Sr., Lester Siegel. Standing: Arthur Mag, Ed- ward W. Tanner, Sr., Horace W. Kimbrell, Dale M. Thompson, James F. Neff, C. Y. Thomas, Myron K. Ellison, David T. Beals, N. T. Veatch, Roland B. Hewitt, Richard J. Stearn, George L. Gordon, John A. Morgan, William B. Henderson. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED: Taylor S. Abernathy, Francis W. Bartlett, Willard J. Breidenthal, John B. Gage, Joyce C. Hall, Miss Ruth Austin Hall, Henry C. Haskell, R. Crosby Kemper, Jr., George Reuland, Charles E. Whittaker. Officers David T. Beals ..........,.,. ,..,....,,,,,. C hairman Elmer l:. Pierson ............... ....,. V ice-Chairman Horace W. Kimbrell ,....... ..,...,,,,,, S ecretary Taylor S. Abernathy ......... .....,... T reasurer Myron K, Ellison ........... ....,,,. C oungel Accepting the precepts of modern upper-level education. the board of trustees of the University, under the guid- ance of chairman, David T. Beals, Jr., have endeavored with continuing success to make The University of Kan- sas City the progressive, forward striving school that the community and students have wanted and needed. Dr. Drake tells students of future plans for the University at coffee hour. JACK W. MURPHY administrative assistant to the chancellor Dr. Jack W. Murphy, Administrative Assistant to the Chancellor, has carried out his varied duties with the aplomb of a talented corpora- tion president. Dr. Murphy served on the faculty of Western Michigan College, Kalama- zoo, Michigan as an Associate Professor of Speech, and directed plays and musicals fOr the drama department there. ln 1955 he moved west to Long Beach State College where he was an Assistant Professor of Speech and Di- rector of the summer theatre. He came to UKC in i956 as an Assistant Professor of Speech and Director of Public Address and Speech Education. He served as debate coach for all three schools where he has taught. ln l958, Dr. Murphy became the Chancellor's Ad- ministrative Assistant, retaining his speech department positions. He received his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. from the University of Wis- consin. His book, "Discussion and Debate" was published in l95THe is listed in the Speech Journal, and the Directory of American Scholars. Dr. Murphy belongs to Tau Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Rho, Central States Speech Association, Speech Association of America, American Associates of University Professors, and the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He is married and has two children. Dr. Murphy, in his position, has accomplished a great deal for the University. Among these accomplish- ments are his handling of the televised Chan- cellor's Inauguration and the televised Sym- posium on Urban Private Education. 22 J CDI-IN E. BARNETT dean, 8..I"l3S and SCi9I1CeS The many and varied duties of the Dean of the Arts and Science college keeps John E. Barnett busy as head of the largest division of the University. Dean Barnett received his Bachelor of Artsdegree in i928 from Harvard University, as well as his Masters in l932, and his Ph.D. in i938 from the same Univer- sity. During the second world war, from i942 to I946, Dean Barnett served with the United States Navy as a Lieutenant. He joined the faculty of The University of Kansas City in l946 as a lecturer in the English Department, and as Assistant Dean of the college of Arts and Science. ln i954 he was appointed Dean of the college Arts and Sciences, a job he has handled with exceptional skill. At the same time he has acted as a stabilizing influence on the plans and activities of the whole Uni- versity in his responsible position as dean of the largest and most fluid school within the University structure. HI. C16 One of th son x M.S. vania posit Louis then i944 State and 4 Asso at tl' mem dent tal R ican Ame Dr. I dren. cobs, tice. plan: schot pus l FT SS n of n E. in of his vard 932, fver- 942 lited the y in rent, Arts Jean has ame ance Jni- 1 of the HAMILTON B. G. ROBINSON dean, dentistry One of two new deans appointed at the start of this school year, Dr. Hamilton B. G. Robin- son was born in Philadelphia. He received his MS. in 1936 from the University of Pennsyl- vania and D.D.S. in 1943. His first teaching position was with Washington University, St. Louis, in 1937, first as an Assistant Professor, Then as Associate Professor of Pathology until 1944 when he joined the faculty of Ohio State, where he directed the post graduate and clinical teaching divisions. He became the Associate Dean and Chief of the Dental Staff at the University Hospital in 1952. He is a member of Sigma Xi honorary society, presi- dent of the International Association for Den- tal Research, and a past president of the Amer- 'Can Academy of Oral Pathology and of the American Board of Oral Pathology. DV. Robinson is married and has three chil- dren. He succeeds Acting Dean Joseph F. Ja- C9bS. who resigned to return to private prac- l'f-G. Under the leadership of Dr. Robinson, Dlans for the new three million dollar dental school to be construced on the University cam- PUS have been officially announced. V li? JOHN M. SPEOA. dean, law Returning from a four month sabbatical leave in Europe, John M. Speca stepped into the responsible position of acting Dean of the Law school after serving on the law school faculty for twelve years. He received his Ph.B. and LL.B. degrees from University of Notre Dame, and his LL.M. from Duke University. He joined the Law school faculty in '947 as an Assistant Professor of Law, and spent the summers of 1949 and 1950 as a visiting Pro- fessor of law at University of Kansas. In 1952 he became an Associate Professor of law, and assumed the leadership of the school's grad- uate program in 1954. ln the fall of 1958 he was appointed full Professor. Dean Speca has contributed regularly to various legal publica- tions, and was recently appointed to the edi- torial board of the "Journal of Family Law". He is a member of Phi Delta Phi, the American Bar Association, Missouri Bar Association, is the treasurer of the Professional lvlen's Club, a member of the Association of American Law Schools, and chairman of the Committee on Family Law. Under Dean Speca's leadership a new 5-point program for raising admission standards to the school has been instituted, a stricter proba- tionary policy has been set-up, and the school core curriculum has been strengthened. R Z, I - 1' . l ' . TED R. BRANNEN Cj.98.I1, 'lO'L1SIl.I'1SSS Dr. Ted R. Brannen is one of the new deans appointed at the start of the school year. Dr. Brannen received his B.A. and M.A. degrees from the University of Arkansas and his Ph.D. in Economic and Cultural Anthropology from the University of Texas. He served as a lieu- tenant j.g. in the U. S. Navy during the second world war. He served on the faculties of the University of Texas, Texas A.5'M. and the Uni- versity of Arkansas. He also was a Professor of Management at the University of Florida, Gainesville. Previous to his teaching he held positions as an economist with the Texas Com- pany in New York, and was Chief Regional Price Economist of the Office of Price Stabili- zation of the Southwest region from l95O to l952. He also served as Director of Industrial Relations and Co-ordinator of Labor Relations with the Arabian-American Oil Company in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia from l954 to l957. Dr. Brannen wrote "The Economic Effects of the i953 Tornado on Waco, Texas", and is working on a book on employee relations in underdeveloped areas. He is married and has two children. Since becoming the Dean of the Business School, Dean Brannen has completely reorgan- ized the entire program of that school. 24 LESLIE L. EISENBRANDT dean, pharmacy Dr. Leslie L. Eisenbrandt,'Dean of the Phar- macy School since l953, joined the faculty of UKC after graduating from Rutgers University with a Ph.D. in l936. He received his Master of Science from Kansas State College, and his A.B. from Emporia College in l932. He started here as an instructor in the Biology Depart- ment, teaching the first classes offered at UKC in physiologyand parasitology. In i942 he joined the faculty of the Dentistry School and served as the Director of Research and Asso- ciate Professor of Physiologly. He joined the Pharmacy School staff in I947, becoming a full Professor in l949. He carried on research work at the University of California from l948 to l949 using radioactive Isotopes. Dean Eisenbrandt is a member of Sigma Xi, Ameri- can Association for Advancement of Science, Scientific Research Society, Kappa Psi, Rho Chi, American Pharmaceutical Society, Society for Biology and Medicine, Society of Phar- macology and Experimental Therapeutics, and American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Dr. Eisenbrandt is married and has four sons. His six years a head of the Pharmacy school have been marked by increased progress in the curriculum and teaching methods in the ever expanding field of Pharmacy. C. de A bl ests con: Edu and taug We and to t sisti Rad Dea Dire uca l9E ver: inte by i Jaz brel He Am soc The He Wi mei rap tan DT 1.057 Phar- Jlty of versity Vlaster ind 1115 started Depart- ut UKC '42 he lol and Asso- ed the ning a :search 'i 1948 Dean Ameri- cience, Qi, Rho Society Phar- :s, and we and lr sons. school a in the we ever FIV, Ns '12 .- . ' X B A X, . .gk-x! XJ YQQ' CJ STI-1 IVJ4 INS dean, continuing education A busy man with a variety of duties and inter- ests, Dr. Cj Stevens is the Director of the constantly expanding Division for Continuing Education. Dr. Stevens received his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. at Louisiana State University. He taught at Shepherd University, Shepherdstown, West Virginia, in the department of Speech, and was Director of Radio. Dr. Stevens came to this campus in the fall of 1955 as an As- sistant Professor of Speech and Director of Radio-TV department. He became the Acting Dean of the Evening Division in 1956, and Director of the Department of Continuing Ed- ucation when the department was founded in 1958. Besides his regular duties at the Uni- versity, Dr. Stevens has maintained a continued interest in the musical activities of this area by assisting in the sponsorship of the Modern Jazz Workshop concerts and writing the li- bretto of Straus' opera, Der Rosenkavalier. He is a member of the spech Association of America, Missouri Valley Adult Education As- Sociation, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Epsilon Rho, Theta Kappa Phi, and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. He is married and has a son and daughter. With the leadership of Dr. Stevens the Depart- ment of Continuing Education has expanded 'aDidly to a position of influence and impor- tance on the urban Campus of UKC. I-IUC3-I1 VV. SPEER, dean, GCi.'L1C8.tiCDI1 Dr. Hugh W. Speer, King of Epperson Castle, has been Dean of the School of Education since the, Department of Education became a full school in 1955. From 1948 to that time he was the Chairman of the Education Depart- ment. Dean Speer received his A..B. from American University, his M.A. from George Washington University, and his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago. His experience in education covers a broad field, from serving as principal of high schools in Fredonia and Hays, Kansas, to director of Veterans Advise- ment Center at UKC from 1945 to 1947. He served with the American Red Cross during World War ll in ltaly'with the lOth Moun- tain Division. From 1951 to 1952 he studied in lran under a Fulbright Grant at the Uni- versity of Tehran, where he also served as advisor to the Ministry of Education on gen- eral revision of the public school system. Dean Speer is a past president of Phi Delta Kappa, and member of Delta Sigma Rho, American Association of School Administrators, Associa- tion of Supervisory Curriculum Development, American Personnel Guidance Association, and the National Education Association. He is mar- ried and the father of two daughters. The Education School, under the leadership of Dean Speer has progressed rapidly in all the varied areas of the education field. 25 I E I I I WILLIAM E. MCCREARY Director, Counseling Services DR. S. WI-IEADON BLOCH Dean of Students MRS. CHRISTINE D. HOGIN Director of Student Activities 1 5' - 9.112 'W JGIN 'ities 5 ,ek 11' 'IM 3 'tt 5 sa. 2 .Ai ff' 'KN' ' it Q . vu, eg, ey - ,., .X W if . Q filthy. annex! QD ,ph ' 'sn' bww-v 5 5- '11 VP' 'X zaff f 11 I it f' I .V an 1 . '11 Q . J Q- T hw 4 ,2,,1V 7 GEORGE FENCIL MRS. AVIS JACKSON MRS. BARBARA McKAY Director, Student Placement Secretary, Student Placement Testing Services 'fn I, .,,.rv' l MRS. JAN WALLER DAVID A. TANQUARY S d A T' 'f' Administrative Assistant Secretary' tu em C Nl les Dean, School of Business LIBRARY STAFF prom. Mrs. LaRue Sowersv Dr. Jeannette Foster, Mrs. Barbara Stewart, Mrs. Bernice Miller, Mrs. Mattilee Skelton, Dr Kenneth J- LaBudde3 ROW 23 George Farnum, Mrs. Ruth Harms, Mrs, Ellis Babbit, Mrs. Betty Peck, Gerald Newton. i gl H 5 H ROBERT E. NELSON H EI Assistant to Chancellor Iblii for Development JAMES L. FRIES Administrative Assistant Public Relations, Dentistry HELEN JO CRISSMAN Director, Publicity, Publications MRS. D. B. STEELE Assistant Director Publications Office 28 A xi if m t .min wax- fs-fa li' 'Es sl' A 1-it. ,Q ,f 14 ,4..,f.,. 'wiv -11.1- IX Divi L C3- ' T A MRS. DOROTHY SCHULENBERC Secretary, Director of Alumni Relations JAMES A. COVER Director, Alumni Relations MRS. BARBARA ASHTON Assistant Director Division for Continuing Education f""l--v"'s .1 I 1 x '1 J A x. Y ,. 1? 1 MRS. DOROTHY WILSON A 1 'Q ' CO-orclinator 'Y , Study Discussion Program Ri-off! SADAYUKI MOURI Bursar SHARON S. CONWAY Secretary, Business Manager if 6 3' A Y' Nun' ' ale 4 Q if f .Wye 1 ,, m f, ' . ' f ' 'W' ' I f "mqr47C7 " 4 ,wfpzs 5, iq . f ' :vs ' fm 4-' 0, , ,O 3 , X, ,, f f . ff' 1, " ff if , 2 , f M, ,Q , , W, I- ,, X ' -'ks .,., .f ,-ss-,gs , , if yz. ' was:-'sf .':',f 't:1s2s:ff51f:fL1fi1'? f SARAH WEATHERLY Assistant Bursar J. E. Purchasing Agenf Q Q ' -Q55 PEARCE im, Q X O W RONALD HUSTED DON J. CARLYON , t Business Manager Assistant Business Manager MV ly ,J fi in , 'vi TS., wmmgi L fy yy " ZZ? "MWA 121 ,M 1. fu- flla, Y' M ""' 'W ' 1-nf RECORDS AND ADMISSIONS OFFICE: Front: Sandra Shellenberger, Ethel Smith, Jessie Gilmore, Margaret Brent, Mary K Lundellg Row 2: Sarah Little, Leo J. Sweeney, Arlene Kutina, Mae Fiddler, Helen Patrick. E BURSARS OFFICE: Inez Dew, Esther Jacob- f' L 'NW sv .,,. wi KAW Ni x 'iw ,www-,f vw... S f , . so --firm, if QQ? son, Edith Brownfield, Carolyn Ayres, Mary I-EQ J, SWEENEY RALPH M, HENDERSON Barid, Aline Storey. Director, Records and Admissions Assistant Director, Admissions 2: 1 I I , , f A . mi i I 'msg I V ma ' V, N A I' R -em, , 1-9 J . ' -I , W, my I 'N 1 53 ' sta I J E. O A 5 . . 1 , ,wil NL, ,, .A .lx-N 4 VI, l Z I V V , . I L gafpstl-,ik 4-1.431 -v 73 - Us - . . -- tx - ' - A - Y 3 4 1' D I ' " ' ':.' . -. . 'S' f i Af ., 'Au' , i 'Y In F -3, 1 A ' f ' . ' 753 . 'fit' . - ' ' ff' -,uf -If f 'ff f f .wet 1. , f I QF- F' is Xi XII illirl! All Jilxx. x-,X11 , , .' Qt. ka! Fkxxv-'xKk.xX I ' I I 'A . A b I-sngglyl 4, I1 11 Wt 'S A Y"' lyk . li I lg JI, I - fs .,:. ,j. 'QL I ,Q 1. xi X r... It 3 Sv , 'L I Q . I I 1 'H . I I . , ' ' I X if u I 1 X In .2 . V -V X ' ' I , 'ii 1 J fmt ' 't , . N f . " Iliff' 3 :il Y ,.4 .1-H ,, 'v Secretary to the Dean Arts and Sciences ELIZABETH DOBYNS Secretary to the Chancellor LAURIE TOBIAS DOROTHY AIKEN. SCCYCTSVY, Law School Secretary, Law School 1 ,gf at K ? ,i.li2i .fra MRS. MAURINE REINHARDT I f , ,, ..-,.,-f I -S..." 0 W .w0'V""7 MRS. HELEN SMITH Secretary, School of Pharmacy ,AN may Y? , ga, x4,,.4,h.,,.1 ,. Q ,M I .I ' :rg-tug' Ht, , 1 iw' .4 53-',-Q-gp. -1 If-'r av- .- -I: qfvw .MM 5. v. . . wvfffftQzafiifkiuxwfa1:Q'?e:'f:'2t.fff1+:, 'K G'f-:I51:-v:.,4,q-554-:-1-z5:':Qp-:-.-Q-,sq'ft-,,gR,-ww-'-'nf 'QQ-' Mrs. Margaret Partridge Reta M. Conley Mrs. EIva Black EDUCATION SCHOOL RELLA KUECK Information Desk ef- ' V' x , q, j. 4 if 7 P' 2' Q. BOOKSTORE: Marble Waddell, Roy Peck. Jeanne Goodwin, DR. FRANK P. LAURENZANA MRS, THERESA WALKER Director, Student Health Secretary. PIHYIWOUSG f .Dr r' 4 mf' - :f ' f ,- I 2 'fff T , ' of ' f, ,V fi I ffl? ,M ' f ,v , 'L . ,V , G 74, f , ' v- V T? E Y I - 1 , , ,I , ..! ', 2 ,F gg I' Z ' S 111' i f l ADMISSIONS OFFICE SECRETARIES: Seated: Shirley Hanes, Jean Edwards, Juanita Lukeng Standing: Cvessie Owens, Verna Green, Billie Holladay. v my I ,wg J, If V . sr I l, , , ,NW w 4. f Wy! 4 I Q ff X Q ff Q' ,f 4, . 7 ., W, i t f 1: gf 4, I fy , 'fy f f J NV V 41 ,ff 4 U7 ' 'im X f X f , t , Q, :Qu ,f , ,, ll' fra 1 si! s X f f 4,5 fi OW I2 , I f vii? PEDODONTIC GRADUATE STUDENTS: Seated: Dr. William Runyon, Dr. John Bogertg Standing: Dr. N. B. Argersom, Dr. A. L. lngino, DENTAL ' , . if I f nt.. I CLINIC FLOOR PERSONNEL: Seated: Frances Clouse, Carolyn Swopeg Standing: Phyllis Sheibly, Dorothy Newell. SI' DENTAL ASSISTANTS: Narnie Paxton, Elaine Conkin, Betty Mullen. .MT V ff' A x QR A ' X? 5315 z ,f , 3 4 J. ,, if., 3 N! a ,s sm Q is : SI' SI' N gl C: ff 2, 4 9 tc Q I I 1 4 I 5 at r, A-L 1 .0-1 , ,, fl sl 1 X I Six X ' "a 4 f X: is 1: Xa x A N 4. 43 slip 3 i CAF Rob 4 ,fag-,-, 'f 5' J . Cl-XFETERIA STAFF: Robert Shaw, Helen McDaniel, 'Y Olive Wilson and Roost 5 . R, M A I Q :is 9 l 1 . mi Front Row 1 f 9 JJ1ElL"?4,fi1 I B L I, xl-Y Mable Lenoir, Jewel De Lozier, Clara Wilson, Donald Therriaultg Row 2: Darlene Van, Irma Harris, Lee Livingstone, Patrick Beardsley, Mary Armstrong. staff. Sr .li fm. Q'-AIP' .Al 3' SERVICE DEPARTMENT: Doris Bennett, Kay Lynch, Kathryn Byers, May Hayward. rn F4 Sl' vt' The measure of a university may be made by the quality of its faculty and what they can accomplish in their chosen fields. Their re- sponsibility extends far beyond that of reading lecture notes to a room full of half-attentive students. Their own personal lives are gov- erned and caught up in the enormous job of impressing knowledge upon the indelible minds of those who came to learn, and more important, to motivate and guide students to think for themselves and the world around them. These are the doorways through which the faculty must lead. , K' ,, I uf N .,"x -.. 5 AQ? , U 1 . ,ix .oi-'Z ,Q .. Tl T. V in . ws, . Q , 'j' D V, ,z ,k 5' QQ, V ,lf-JZ 1 'A K P5 "Q iff ll FACULTY Q nw. .ff s sf-'V A Q A . I f ' N V 'N H - L, 4 ' - 3 .r 1 w F 2 YA .. , " . 'Q' ,f .- , V1 9: Nw A3 Q-N 53' jr -r t , 11 .Z 1 , is ., 4 t 1? L r 1. H ,, a ,, V 1 I' kr' -X..-I-4" Zi J 1.24411 'Q J x nt: ' YP T 'B' Q. ' II ,,. ff, G 'ffl f' A 2 -"' fit:-5 s"'7W -NNRUK 7 ' df f f ' " f 4 WM R si ffilufi ff ' 1 I My 4 '3- 'QW 4 wf' Q77 'e,M'if1x...f X f' f ,, f 1, J 'J , AVA ff 44 in fA 1 flf 45.4244 fx 5 Pnftw ra 4 f' K ff X777 jf ,f4f, f-f,., 4 f . ff,,,fW ,am Q51 ,, ,435 7, ,, , ,V h W, W , ,V U I , ff A' fffff Y IW ff QQ' I 0 1 7 X 'f ws f QQ X , ff If A 9 f ff, V Q, I I X f X f I f' is 2 'I BARNIE E. ABELLE ROBERT D. W. ADAMS Assistant Professor Professor Insurance Music History yu, W , , . H if M. . said.- I . f - - 'I ' .., 2?eI'-N555 -'Unis X521 ,?zf,,"f' vf Xzwtifz? UI, 1.-X 'F-'UW ff - Ss I EUC-EN HARZFELD ALTSCHUL ARNOLD V. ARMS Professor Emeritus Professor Economics Clinical Medicine TUC .1 -ff , , K J' A1 1 . g. -.1 , .fr 4 , 4,,, I , 4, 44 3,3 1 , N, . , V I s X , I , D si'- Q l ff Z 1 f 1, f . ff f ' 95 New ' V ff, , 1 ' 2 Wm 'mf I X , - A, 14 I Q 4, , .A 1 . my Maze., I www f V+ I ffhfgff f e '- 1.4! ff I I 1 Q ff' mswxxg ., ,V veg! - J' f' 0 f L .I I , , aw 4 'sq hz, 1 ff .-' , 2. f ' 053: , Mfg 321 ' V. '- W, 2 f N ' f W f fill, - Aft :ff , ' ' I "ft 1 ,I 4,75 Z M? W 'H Instructor Partial Denture Depa rtment ,f,wsf. ' My Yew, .iw I I ,, Qffi' 1 '7' S X X 732 DORA ARNEY Instructor Physical Education O ft f W. wr 9 ,fffzgsx if M q is f G Af. fwi ROBERT E. ALLEN AR' Professor 'A Oral Surgery A, ,-4,65 f WN , , ,W J 5 f .Wifi ' lg ' 3, Q55 ' 7 ff ' it , 7, , V.. -S fwf , MZ' g,,w,ff:fU V ffbfh ' ff if . 1211" , Q is Sas ,R 1 Q ' fW' s , .WN , , L 5 ,X SX Q' sis ,, N f ,, XX xv X so X ts as X st X Q ass. sy! 1 , . ff f ,fy rf ,ff, .1f Q. ,. rttt . M , 4, X 1 X -s -1- I I I ' 2 0 5, 9 I 53 " ffl A 1' J' Sffiisiiif if 5 'L 4 ' ff,i X 'Q S I A fic-- WILLIAM B. ARNDT, JR. V Assistant Professor Psychology f' I E5 7' If if A . . A.:- l CLAUDE R. BAKER WILLARD R. BELLINC-ER Professor Lecturer Restorative Dentistry Public Health f 7 -5, S ll fir.-gil' 1 ax, -fx A 'W -.fs 35152, .Ty ARTHUR C. BILLINCS PERRY E. BOLANDER Associate Professor Clinical Instructor Economics Operative Dentistry .3 If fag. ,fi 1 T: , . fi" -Q if A :ks QV : A, ,sf 21292352-'t ' T ' 2 aw . JDT JR VICTOR D. BOWLES CHARLES JAY BROWN WALLACE C. BROWN HAROLD C. BURDICK ' ' Professor Professor Professor Associate Professor issor Orthodontics Oral Surgery English Biology as 5 f-'A T . 3 'Q 5... A W. , , . as 2 X 4V,V V , ,.V, .ijt 4 .H iii g if C- - , ,T 3 A i QI A 2 A of r., at A asv 1 A f 'Q f 1 ' T- - , T W 4 , . ,bfi 1 Q A Agffw ... , V l -' ' 'Q-S 4' ' , T y l ...L , Q y f fy yr Wi lj, t Z., by L , n I ,,,,.,.,a- ..,,4. ' ' V L' A 'gm .f.. - .A Xa. , A nl L i s -if-p K ,Wu V din WJ, V fc 'J w 'f 11iL?fff"lf'1fT41Q" . 'Q-:fi f?zLFii'v Q11-',5':,2gfgi' ' A ' F 'if' "Eff -' 'Q-'Gi r' . . if.:f,,f- ':'1'-gf.,-,'c,4ix1i Y ' lf '- . ,.5 . ' XIGER ERANCIS M. CALMES DAYTON D. CAMPBELL ALEXANDER P, CAPPON CHARLES N. CARNES Professor Clinical Professor Professor Assistant PFOf2SSOf Orthodontics Dental Prosthesis English I-ew 4-1? K.. ,,. . J ,,' ,.,-bg-.2-ff!"-5.14 ...I I ,x h n " f'-.-12111 ' 'J' 15293331 :AI . .O p x ' ,- .M x: u Z' 1-Z 4' uxwn 4 'L H-iq.. 1- -1 ,134 'Eb gkQQ7:IH'Ff51-rs L- . -4' "- 5' '.-gg-iI"' -,,, 'Cahn z ffl IS J.fi . :S 'K ' "D" '.-' 'API 'U' 't'?1fII54Q':vf'," 1 -In 5.5-r ?0'gljflf1 yi 'I I, . Q .a ' I W -J M, I Q 'S 2 , .' 5 " fix "1 - ' fx ' I 'P , , '. 1. - ' 4 lj - r mix W frat' f . I 'glqlb ' .""5"4' hu ' V It g' I4 Q Rm ,,,f A 1 sa - nz.. I, .- . .r- W-"M N fflllly ilu 5421 gh W 'I Q -:-Fix' -4-1f"5'f'I"It"'1' ' ' ' 4 f' XXIII A wma I ' 53 45 1 S , ,- I":, S- :I I ,I F, 4 N xqg 1 If x I I x X MET , Wifi' f "f ' if 'I f W as .. -. . ..'. -pfQ"l' - ,,f,, 1g I f-.- .3 . ,, , ,J ,., sf .7 ,,f,,fi P h....sk:.F. mn? v if. MW I Q J I - -!'i-'-'-'I-'- 'gil-T . riff" 5, . y Ri-.' A . . 0 I ,C. , ,, I V . , e . , I ' I 'mb if tis. I ' I . . 1 za 'I "" sf, v, 'Ziff' ' fav' f. fr --X. " .2515 - X .0 """"-"'.....' 5--I4'C'."' Q75-T If ff-ve, 5' I. . ',Qf QL -X . 4."Nh:-T-'--:2v"1" 5 r 3:2134 f " . ' 'C Y ' 4- f jcgaf.-asia'-E' i-2-...1 L Q 6' ' " ff f Gifs ,, if WILLIAM J. CARTER J, FRANK CHIMIENTI I I in Professor Assistant Professor Pedodontics Crown and Bridge PAUL A. CHRISTIANSEN Assistant Professor Accounting SAMUEL T. COKER Associate Professor Pharmacology J. M. CLAYTON WILTON W. COC-SWELL MAI Lecturer Professor Pedodontics Oral Surgery DOROTHY CLARK Assistant Professor Law Librarian I ' les' W4 FRED W. COOK WILLIAM L. CRAIN JAMES P. DARNELL L t Professor Clinical Instructor ec urer Materials of Dentistry Foreign Languages Dental Prosthesis '4 "1 1 . Zyl! 1:22 it .AQ ENT! or ge 0 F SWELL 1 . V - l s ,H 'Y .av 'Ii -.i .if 'gal EDWARD L. DILLON Clinical Professor Dentistry .2 ?' V N . A " ff p ' X i i f J f V 1 xi' M ffl :Il I! ' .4 l If lf! MARGARET SELBEY DUDLEY Assistant Professor lELL tor sis fi" DELVIN K. DIMICK Professor Diagnosis 1 'l? v 4,45 v- t -sa- 35' 4 f' FRED DU FFELM EYER Associate Professor -,.,s lf Education Music 'w-. if 1 .N "WN A A , i nr' 19' A GEORGE EHRLICH ESIDNEY E. EKBLAW Assistant Professor Professor Art Geology and Geography 5 g. 'Q " . 5, K f .RT W.. ,X .. X. is , . . A .ff if xr sf .I iffiifg . fs 5. lshh , ' X w 'Ti' 1 ,AQ s"' ,fr .Q .1 7 JOHN G. L. DOWCRAY, JR. HENRY A. DROLL Assistant Professor Assistant Professor History Chemistry ! l N l I l , 3 Q ,fn , BERNARD DULSEY Associate Professor Foreign Languages 'QW' 1 T A f O, Q . RALPH W. EDWARDS, JR. Instructor Dental Technique fa s J' A 'ig' nf. Bch Musburger and crew telecast the Chancellor! Inauguration, f, ,. V, 4 shi' , ,I X .IV 1, Q IU td .C A, : ,pndlifvluquw ,4 . X I s 422 I I f x"f ey, W , .41 off :Z mf 2' . 1 Z - X' ., me Z ARNOLD EVERSULL HUBERT EVERSULL Instructor Lecturer Crown and Bridge Dental Prosthesis LAWRENCE P. ENCIEL Clinical Professor Surgery ss X osx, in gs- ? . A4 ,,, S Qs is W, ,s Nbr-J X.. QW ' s 1 QC. I., ss, 'ir' -ff' K Q Q ,WQQEZ 2 'Ps I sg,Z3','X.j Q e l X y S X , X ,, fd! X X '-mi s f 0 J ff 5 I d l , , I X , VIOLA D. FLANAGAN B Instructor Dental Research I 0 A., ERNARD K. FORSCHER WILLIAM FREDRICK Professor Associate Professor Biochemistry Business History Q ' ' sig I fsrs . A Is , I I ' , , I ,, 9 , ,I , . I I I I I U 7, I I7 ,,- P V' .4 , f "7 5 ' - Iefzi X I " , C ' ' I 541- gs S ' wr s .MJVQPWB .I If 'ff ff 'I f ez I If M .J f Iwi sr I, ,fy s O K f A chi. 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W J f X Wx? , QP f VZ t X , V' ss I ,LI 1. ' ,F or ' . miss. . Iss. I 4 C 7 X '. Ps' , I X N K . . X . Q, X x A s Qs, X t t 2 JOHN E. C-OSSETT Lecturer Crown and Bridge ,A my fi Z, PM 4, JC 5 'JW ,Hi I , 'S N J! . 'H h.T.b -ii N ff. 1 Ejtgf I iiifzffl V- aw- ' S' I ...i - if A . ALLEN O. CRUEBBEL Director Student Clinical Practice fi . 2 -it ,L , if X .2 . . ff.. JANE E. HADDEN Assistant Professor Education ,J ds-4 W QUA- JOHN J. HANITCHAK Assistant Professor Education Vt N r kgs. it -J .'lxf'1' L.. 'I 1-.A .,Rt, It revs, X 5 gf 1, XX JANIES E. HERBERTSON Professor Anatomy CHARLES HART Instructor Dental Technique li 5 . '. 1' MARATHON E. HIGH Professor Physics F . Ti, lp,-MIL, N. If -',.,,"..? ' Usll' I I lf' 'T' ii.. ll' ff In ei If I .fn-,, 4'-' x K X- a ff? sim, - stsi f Lf X, Ee- i X. L' KX L... M H 'QQ . ,vt W 24" 1 'N F 'NVQ ' ,...,qs ' x ff' 'firm It Y gpm: . f 7 f s , at Wifi' VA ' we yi, ' , . 'ff .51-"ff 4 1 1.5 '1 .LJ ' . 1 , - I . . 1 itat 'Af ... I I AV . . V., WAYNE L. HARVEY Clinical Instructor Dental Prosthesis 34-ws ,a JO WARREN HILDRETH Clinical Instructor Diagnosis I 1. N.. , W, A if .ix EVERETT HENDRICKS Professor Music in I JOHN R. HODCES Professor Economics 1'-n . 1 1 . . . r . 4 1g 'K , ' 1 1 ' 1 ...F .. J5' ' ' - 'i 1' .J . :ru Nil. X O I I - 'fa' LE' i .X ' ' 11 tl. D I - QA- ' X451 K Lk, 1 '., I Z l . I 1 ,u 1 ..I..,"?. 1, 11' H. ' I . -U ' 1' it 1 . P' ' '. - - I. ' N 1 If as - - - - pi . :mr , ,555 ' ri' - 1 1 1-x 1 ' ne-L :A 3 li ' f F - . - A 'v,1. ' ' "" . . wa, f .' .x:g:j,A?!,8J:. . ,K ' -1- .. 'e4.-- f- - 1 -.,f,,1...' .1 Nr 11 f - ' X 'fffff f , . "' ' f X .,T,111fn, is S155 v 1210? ,LN .,L1 'F R X' 1' f Y '49!!'1 - - - 'I sl 'J it f wif, 1 ', '1 T s Kim' :I , ,f t gws fflfkifaz wwf 1,766 --N .... N , tu , g . --,mf 1 f ff IWZW' V , f 7 , f. ,,g1.N..,, 1 A rug , -1 ---- -1--1 Au. ,.f,,,1,,:,-, 1. ' 1 s'fE'1':f!i1:4:x?i 27 GEO Lecturer Dental School I I 1 I Nf' 1 if f x RCE M. I-IOLLENBACK DONALD R. HOOVER Clinical Instructor Pedodontics DAY C II ' QW? My 'ihff ,JW'miZy,j37f'fW' 7 1 ff ff z' 1 ' 1 f - I L 7' .1 c s N' .1 -v , 1 Mffywfwyff 4 My W, - Aff ff fhnfwffwf. f wan me , . 1 fr 6 41 . 11 1. 11 I ,ff X ,f We :SA fb X wwfwwfwffw ,lf f ,ff 1 , 1 1 ,luis . 151. 1 .' gif Q N 11 W A' s 1 f '?'?f'4i 'A I rg , 1 A f - X .",1,.-11311, Y' 1, f.cs is YR?1'1.' s.1tx,,eQQQ Eye -441 1 ' 11 ' 1 4 I 1 f s fy 1 A -MX? T5 , f f "'1ffs.ffs I jfwzfvfr " ' I V ' g f , 1 1 f1,1.,.,. , f ' -L X I .ft ,121 1 4 'Z' 21' if ff- ' 'f I ' , N 1 f ' A nf 5? s 1 Wy 0, 1. 1. , X. r f 1, 1,1 , ,.,,f,,,,,,. 1.1.1, , 11. N 3, .1 Q f ix' - X' , . so r1'SiTF.:c '-iff 1: 2 mf.. 1f V- 1 V1 p ' 5 ,srgggf f 5 ,, :'1ff,fwgW,,.1f GEORGE H. HORNE ARTHUR IVERSON JOSEPH F. JACOBS PHILIP M. JONES Clinical Instructor Associate Professor Instructor Professor ART Pedodontics Pedodontics Periodontology Dental Prosthesis A is 41 1 P is -og. "1--'. x'..Tils "tx X- -A 'fliims 5 if MYRON N. JORGENSEN 4 ROMA A. KING, JR. Associate Professor Assistant Professor Chemistry English ,. . M an-:MMM 1 C si X f six U f Q 1 1 :uw TN f tw umm f fs if Milf' 'sc , ,s mr 6111, 1 gr 1 3 11 mic FRANK E. KLEE Lecturer Oral Surgery BERNARD KLEINMAN Assistant Professor Psychology 41, CA f C '7 ,. f ' M gmc ' !"',,- W X, ii-.gh DVER tor P 1, 5 I f AAN oi ,rf Q :- :iam at a. f f , n 1 - v " - M i ! ,Q . gt fZ,9 15 :33 I Qkig gv2Q 1 21 3 'I 7: DAYTON D. KRAJICEK WILLIAM M. LATHROP MARTIN LEVIT RICHARD LICHTMAN Clinical Instructor Lecturer Professor Assistant PVOTQSSOI' Dental Prosthesis Orthodontics Education PIWIIOSODIWY ,,.. or-Fi.. g f 4 is x , 35 'xxx " 4 'Nro f-f..,,,x- 'qfiil ' TW xy wk V 15 a s. of X , H' '14 28 W 2 I W2 xi N ARTHUR F. LINDQUIST Associate Professor WALTER R, LOUDON EUGENE l-l. MAIENSCHEIN T ERNEST HASKEL MANHEIM Lecturer Instructor Professor Prosthesis Dental Prosthesis Operative Dentistry Sociology 5 wg J' K Wg HB ,Vg Q .ss- '1:?" 7 5 gxfh ARL S MATTHUVD El-IZAFETI-I M QARTNJEY A I teen the s fncrv ollap ed in Ne J H ren :SiStant Pr C J Ooeratixe Dcnti tr TTI E 0 'YW I . 2 A Il I I I I I I r J Yi f' "-2 N YY 2 mf ,Z 4 s'NfWZ'yh,3 -. ww QW X' , , ,WAI mining' was SX f, 43,71 ,nf y Z .wMWNf,' ZZ 1 , E I .H X4 yi , iq. I, Q if It W' F f .Q ,:Lf,jf:n f I Wg ,ft Tig . QQ, I M20 ' W e I ff I , f , ff ,, L f f fl Lf- I-'J' f I f 1 1 we-.?LS'fi Sas N T ' gf, - ' 1 -',,i 1',,'ff?f,7'f 1 ,if " 35Q2i'zgjZ7,.. ' , - . 'Bea 5. eff? , 7 , , PATRICIA MCILRATH FREDRICK R. McLEOD SANDRA S. MEANS Director University Playhouse Instructor Clinical lnsfruefor Associate Professor English Dental Hygiene GEORGE E. MENSCH ROE Instructor I Crown and Bridge - . fr . i: X ss Q f ,W ' V If X 4 X W , I I f, W' x5 , ww 7 , K, , spirit. ,WWW ,, , ,, fi, xlki my WW f HEN RICHARD I. MIYAHARA RITA HOUGH MITCHELL JAMES MOFFET Assistant Professor Instructor Assistant Professor Oral Surgery Speech Chemistry Operative Dentistry jf' ,R QS , I 99. 'fx Arx I I' '.'If"- I f: - '- vi - f N NN H A gf ti, I 5 J Rss In ..-1, Clinical Instructor i EL HUGH T. MOORE MAX R. MOORE Asso Clinical Instructor Clinical Instructor I Periodontics Orthodontics i ,, f DAVID L. MOORE A 2 -LN cv- ....,......s- ROBERT T MORRISON VIWAN MOUSSELET Dr. SchuItz's class enloys the hosputaluty of Epperson House Cllnlcal Instructor Assnstant Professor 'Qtr J. I , i 'Z .J 7' I. HENRY D MUSSELMAN HUGH I MYERS Assocnate Professor Professor Pathology Pharmacology Durector Research and Graduate Study EDVVARD P NELSON M LAVENE NELSON I tycm ,X 5 Fw-. r 'G I 1 3,1 3 ff-Q I RUTH MYERS Instructor Home Economics fa 'VL , tlxl 'Q H Y ' ' 1 35,4- -34 42 ,. t-ff A , i is .sv- ' .4-.,-0 ,, I Twig, ..,.eqfgi3'9iQ ' X ' 1 5-AE3S?f?C'l '51, . .ff-is-,, ,A 1 V - -W -.s ANNE NIELSON Instructor Nursing Olleratuvc Dcntastrx, Dental Hygiene Program g if , . , i ,M f M , any M L it-.1 x 'Y Q -l'f'-- -en 1 J' V of 4440 gj dv h, ,. . 6357, 4, f 5 W 'ft Qwggv,-f:'. .2 M ,V t. . ,af , M Q uf f ,, . X V 3 V' E, ff, f x 1,5 ji , W , .gysgg if 1? . 'ami i X in 1 ' 2 it 2 . . W f 1 The inescapable rigors . "QQ xbfzfifif 1 ' 1 N xswj i, we em X N ,W 34, X ' - fu Q 1 X X ef K7 X X , X X X fafi :K 1 SS,,,,W, f 1 V 1 if 14,5 use .f -, f f ., 0 , , f, on s 'La' 5- ' 0 ,fix f, 2 5 4' i gf E fsf-1 . X. 1 Nags. s X t vf, wo aff' . ' L . if f ff., . X sy? cgi .gs gh! kk.. ..i . 1 fffffff . . X f f - 5 ' ' .4 X34 . Q 1,5 , f E , 15flW7'ff'.Q.3 3 s .5 f ' f N51-x.':m,f2 I f e g, , 1 4 'Ya registration. . S, 1 1 V Hwy , ' 1 63' f , Q X I N' lil. f I f Z fo V, i X ff fi - ' ,, Q X l f F Q' ff ' if' G31 ' s ' YRS 'SX 37-'V 5,-., - K WZ, ,, a . . wa. 4 - f . .774 Z f -, .,','ffq,TC - W1 jr, , Q 4? ff it NOEL OLIVER NUESSLE Assistant Professor Pharmacy .7 tv, M W tj " fz2' ,. 1'-"Jw 4 .9 ff 5 f", . , zi- ' , ' ' , , ll Q . V '- . haw, ,f 2' if 47 Lg Z W Z , to t Z X I 'iw Q, , , .wo e 4 ' Z ' ff. . 'Vik 7 , .WW .173 of f - 1 Q 1 rr, . f i ,ii , 3 !.,,x . A iz. A W I ELDON J. PARIZEK QMA Associate Professor C Geology QI JACK C. PENTICUFF KERMIT PHELPS CHASTAIN C. PORTER Associate Professor Lecturer Clinical Professor Periodontics Psychology Dental Prosthesis ALBERT L. REEVES FRED A' RICHMOND Lecturer Lecturer I-aw History of Dentistry WAYNE L. REEVE N0 Associate Professor Histology Mary 7, , ha N W! .QM f im-sf ,1s.Qg:5fQ3 5 an 6 .QE , '- X ' so-ts -I - l. it 'ff E Q-,pf 2-'14 ' , . fn . JOHN W. RICHMOND Clinical Professor Orthodontics of-xvio W. RoBiNsoN Vg Lecturer lvlaxillo-Facial Surgel'Y I if iff: " 'Q ,1-"H .xx M' P f ' E K '-.1 I ,, , , f I EK OMAR JEAN ROBINSON CANDLER S. ROGERS WILLIAM J. ROST Jr Clinical Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor Operative Dentistry Law ,li liryykyafyt 1 i' r t ,P W f 1 Q' g ,y 'wa-f-or Sgt!! ,IX Q s X .- X I fE NORMAN N. ROYALL ALFRED O. RUEB .or Professor Instructor Math and Physical Science Operative Dentistry my . - 4 1 'f' "" -'fr NSON WILLIAM M. RYAN ALBERT C. SAECER Assistant Professor Professor Jrg2VY English Biology Pharmaceutical Chemistry 'I wif IJ ff fy" FQ y ,,Wl 1 Vf,,' DOUGLAS RUSSELL Assistant Professor X 'rif' "5 GENEVIEVE D. ROTH Associate Professor Periodontology and Bacteriology ,b ,fe .1 I if Q MN f N 5 A ROBERT J. RUSSELL Assistant Professor Theatre Biology I I I I ' 'N . A"""f'HW17 fl lilfzrf i . 7 WM, S S TO-SHG JOH N SAUER Instructor Operative Dentistry f AA L, ,yy fi, ff ff . V f 'f 4, ' 4 ,M . 1,41 WW, Q 5354 f 4 5 is 1' gill, CARL W. SAWYER JULIUS E. SCHULZ Director of Clinics Assistant Professor Professor of Operative Dentistry Education '?"TN M-.,..,,h,..,,,, KN L 5' 10-v 2 P ROBERT EARL SMITH Clinical Instructor Operative Dentistry SAMSON SOLOVEITCHIK PARRY E. STROUD Professor Emeritus Assistant Professor International Relations English f W r ,- 2 ' ff , L, ,nw A 5 'y X NATALIE THOMAS Clinical Instructor Dental Hygiene Rays ws , mm, is ? X pw, iw . ss ffficss WM ilgjaig 1 ww 'fit' 2 png, Q .fax ' i ,yvjf s ml- . ALBAN F. VARNADO Assistant Professor Music Speech HARDIN VAN DEURSEN Associate Professor ,M NORMAN L. SCHWARTZ Assistant Professor Crown and Bridge l i , ROBERT E. SWEITZER Assistant Professor Education ,M st . 5-'31, 5 1 Xt N' -S if . 14: sws , ,,,, N Gb J' I , ,QW N Q, N I f ,if-if, ws , I l MYRON L. WAGNER Assistant Professor Chemistry if , E Ei fix 5 1 2 A NLE 135 'gg , J WALTER C. WACNER Associate Professor Economics A f 157' fue' nfl L f + P s L' 1 A K - 1 " gr: E' .Z :Q 1 '- i Y' Li K ,iff J. MORTON WALKER CHARLES D. WALTHALL BENJAMIN W. WARNER Assistant Professor Associate Professor Professor Theatre Operative Dentistry Oral Diagnosis and Roentgenology .misss NWN, 1 'ZS gf I EM W if 'Nw CDO J' 31' YN! 2 i1 rn if -' 3 2 Ili ' D U7 'T' rv-18917 L -gr. 2,-"1" :L Ui'- QJQ BJ-v C-v 'Wr- nf-,2 ' mc m , 300 :PZ d ea' O .. , Da! , 4 I is 01.5 24112 OC 51' Y -.Q f , rn 51,7 1 -' vu m Qi L2 CD 3, , M 7 Ln Q '1 'R 3 1 re-.X O Epi- ,NPN -hgfu.. 11,4 . Cmjp mi. 300 Om W 0.0 5321 it 257s gin'-ii UQR5'F1'1 -10. . 31,1 . 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RIGGS Arts and Sciences . ref wf OTHNIEL V. SEIDER Arts and Sciences SUDESH KATYAL Education Arts and Sciences 'X ' 1 Zi! , W U -J, X mf . Qgx FRAN K D. TI KALSKY Education f f. " 5 KM! --A S 1 ix X Q 70145 af? f ! f r W ' dl MMA ,, w I Kg A. .... , FRANCES B. LAM KIN Education . xx f .MQ . . X -Z 'W . - i .21 ., J 'I cw .gi WF 'mf J H f' MMM! CHARLES F. JENKINS Arts and Sciences on ff HOWARD ROBNETT Arts and Sciences BUDDY J. CRAWFORD Law fur WILFRED LA CROIX ' f f 1, f I 'e 1 NWWQ .ww f .am K. WWW! f f ' N ' I 'R an me Z 'Maw MA 7 M ix may ,ij X J , .,.s EDWARD J. LUCAS, JR. Arts and Sciences TOMMY. L, RUSS Arts and Sciences f Q fn X f , w X X X 4 fum, K . ALFRED S. FARHA Law W N WW' Sf 'W fc! C .fl My L... ' X7 Q i EDWARD E, LARSON K Education Education fa st. I3 SWS , is.-,'ff'f aa 'f2i3?fWf"" ss si is 2, W- .,,.,,,. v, JOHN H. MASTERS Arts and Sciences I I : KI I 1 , 1 .p."f,.? D 4. Q Nye... ALEX SANTORO Arts and Sciences 4 M ' ,, ,imp 1- , 7195 f 'fl' ff ,-sa I f'f'7"'L is-s. N ff- Z M DAVID W. OWEN Arts and Sciences SARAH C. SCOTT Arts and Sciences SUZANNE M. AUFRECHT JUDY K. JOHNSON Education K 'iii . fl ,,c...-.., . I SHERRY ANN LEEDS Education f f . it Education LC' X I K Q .sl V Qi . , f ' ' I .V ,. HERNDON L. MILLER Education VQW JOHN E. MAYLAN CLAYTON AJNEWTON RICHARD PHELPS WILLIAM G. SIGLEY HERBERT V. VOLLMER SICRID S. WETZEL EdUC8fl0f'1 Education Education Education Education Education 2152 1 M 4 .4 Z w COI J NAI Mu: Cho JOP lish Aw. Con JAC sou: ROI Edu Tau Che HO' Kar Ass ,P . CHARLES F. BARRY, Speech, Radio, TV, Kansas City, Missouri. Plays: "Teahouse of the August Moon," "My Sister Eileen," "Sandle Wood Box", KCUR-FM, Radio Announcer. N f Il, RALPH R. BEHNKE, iooopoodoooo, A Missouri. Dean's List. ' COLLEEN J. BELLAIRS, English, 5 , Kansas City, Missouri. Torch and A il Scroll, Psi Chi, Easy Chair. ' 'J X f RONALD BELZER, History, Kansas IEN City, Missouri. Student Zionist :es MARILYN AGRON SANDRA BARNETT CHARLES F, BARRY RALPH R. BEHNKE Organization: Kansas City Junior College. JOHN W. BIGGS, English, Kansas City, Missouri. Tau Kappa Epsilon, J 8, ,. Chaplin, Alpha Phi Omega, Vice-, l, i A I ng., 2. og, og i 1? .',i ' President, Secretary, Canterbury in" A - Club, Treasurer, Vice-President, ' x .-.- ' N3 ' , :D President, UKC Choir, Orientation 15.-H' ' Committee, Participation Awards. A T , JAMES D. BOYER, Theatre and .,, o ' U K ,h Q French, Kansas City, Missouri. N I bg ylgtglg' fi' g . Dean's List, UKC Players, Le Cercle K .- X QA g 1 XY Francais, President, Treasurer, Apache Dance, Chairnrian, Torch DTT CoLLEEN J. BELLAIRS RONALD BELZER JAMES D. BENDURE JOHN W. BICCS and ,5fEFO"i pa't'C'pat'On .f6xl'T'a'd3 :es Plays. Darkness at Noon, Tea- house of the August Moon," "The Lark," "Emperor's New Clothes," 4, .1 ' MJ, . "Der Rosenkavalierf' "Much Ado J y f 'J 'J my About Nothing." "'t J" ' -as . A . O RICHARD W. BRAND, Chomaoiry W' X ' 536' V and Biology, North Kansas City, ' an 5 "Ci" J QX 1 ,,- Missouri. Band, Orchestra, Kansas Q in J, J 1 ,,.. City Junior College. C A A o JOSEPH R. CASKEY, Zoology: Koo- , A ,H f sas City, Missouri. Geology Club, I " I .AM M if. f Torch and Scroll. , ll r- f 'VFX LQIQXT if uf lffn. ..i'.,'f SON JAMES D. BOYER RICHARD W. BRAND MARGARET H. BURR JOSEPH R. CASKEY NANCY L. CHANDLER, School . y Music, Kansas City, Missouri. UKC it - Choir, Band, Baptist Student Union. iv- 1' JOANNE M. CHRISTENSEN, Eng- v3Q,,.,,,. R lish, Kansas City, Missouri. WRA gg C ' . ug, . , - Award, UKC Players, Modern Dance 'v' A ' " 4' Concert, Colorado State University. 'ul X L- "W" . 3 4, . P A A TZ"- JACK C. COX, Art, Monett, Mis- A J J f 45. Souri. Kansas City Junior College. ' 1.7 . ROBERT D. Cox, Music Theory and l 1 'X B ,rggilflgg X , j Education, Kansas City, Missouri. MLLER g:1u.Kappa Epsilon, Band, Pep Club, NANCY L. CHANDLER JoANNE CHRISTENSEN LEWIS L. CLARK JACK C. Cox oir. HOWARD L. CRAVENS, Chemistry, Kansas City, Missouri. Laboratory Assistant. J-,fp 'r fp f- ' 'pa Q' . Q . 5' T- if . . 3 .ifi2i?.'1Z'?'J1if'l'?'. 'I-I-EY-116 lx ZEL ET ROBERT D. COX HOWARD L. CRAVENS EUGENE DENONOVICH THOS. F. DRESSELHUYS CES EN' I SC C1 311 TS AR S O H SE -CII' I1 IO 9-S du-S11 CES IE SC d. 8.11 TS I A WILLIAM M. ELLIOTT, History, Leavenworth, Kansas. Basketball, Rockhurst College. JOHN K. FARRELL, Biolo8Y1 Kan- sas City, Missouri. Central Missouri State College. JANET S. FISCHER, Home Econom- ics, Kansas City, Missouri. Drury College. JACOB M. FOOTLICK, Biology, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canad. Orien- tation, Intramural Football. CURTIS J. FORSYTHE, Chemistry, Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas City Junior College, Grinnell College. MELVYN N. FREED, Economics., Kansas City, Missouri. Victor Wil- son Scholarship, De,an's List, Alpha Epsilon Pi, President, Secretary, Treasurer, Outstanding Scholarship Award, Outstanding Active Member Award, Inter-.fraternity Council, President, National Student Asso- ciation, Coordinator, 'Bum Friday, Committee Chairman, Fall Frolic, Committee Chairman, Participation Award, Orientation Committee, X. , 4 i Y ' X X WW!" 9 wf 7 X t 4 Z , N X 4 N f ff ws f 2 257'-2-,SX . ' ,-f-. . 'ill '- f f' f , . ., if X A' g, 4 libs- .HM I ' 'Uv' . . we Q 'Tx J . .. .ggi L A ,i -. fl 2 'jd if, 'NV' ,... f f:,'x,, p . Z1 I V,Yv. :JN . ., 2 I .......t,.y W.. ,T , ..,V if :xW,,.,,W,,,, Q 1 I I 0 5 I A JIMMY L. DUCEY WILLIAM s. DUDLEY wn.i.iAM M. ELLIOTT JoHN K. FARRELL xx .1 11 X f Q I . . In I ' R QM W f ' . Yl,lQhw JANET S. FISCHER JACOB M. FOOTLICK CURTIS J. FORSYTHE MELVYN N. FREED ff ,, C5 w,1z,,f,wW ' . X ff fw yffiis Ui., sl 'I . f 4 . -fs s X 7 f f ,- X 1 4 X N 'S 2 CHAS. A. GALLIPEAU STROMBOLI CHUG DAVID E. GARNER Ill SANDRA F. GERBER , , n o, -cf .. 4 f f' . . Y- 2, ,f sg-.A W ,xi fy .YWWMH , ' r 7-- QGQ ...--V J , R XV J f . 4 ,Q fl N f 1 Z, If i f ff In V as , ,, A fC J f W 5 ff Sx 1 xx XX X W Q f Liana ' fg-1,.,""S E LARRY J. GINSBERG PAULA GOODMAN CHARLES W. GORDON W if 7 f M 0 Vggz... Y , QMW1' f' 'FT X ii gf ff, 2 I . .Q ' f ,.,V .M, .,,f - ' . . , f ,Q AIMA J II, I 5 f., ,gif A 'p iff i ff .f f ,Q 1 JOSEPH P. GREGG HELAINE J. STEU ER REANER GUNNELS MARSHALL GORDON VIRGINIA S. GUNNER Leadership Conference, Chairman, Who's Who, Torch and Scroll, Omi- cron Delta Kappa, National Inter- Fraternity Conference, Delegate. SANDRA F. GERBER, Chemistry, Kansas City, Kansas. Delta Alpha, Cho Chin, Vice-President, Torch and Scroll, General Motors Scholar- ship, Dean's List, Student of High- est Academic Rank Award, Choir, Orientation, Group Leader, Pan Hel- Ienic Representative, Kangaroo Hop, Princess ll956l , German Club, Intramural Sports, American Chem- ical Society Student Affiliate Group, Secretary, Treasurer, Vice-President. CHARLES W. GORDON, History and Education, Kansas City, Mis- souri. Kansas City Junior College. MARSHALL M. GORDON, English, Kansas City, Missouri. U-News Staff, Dean's List, Missouri Uni- versity. JOSEPH P. GREGG, Speech, Art History, Kansas City, Missouri. Radio-TV Guild, UKC Players, Vice- President, President, Plays: "Dark- ness At Noon," "Rip Van Winkle," "Cherry Orchard," "Much Ado About Nothing," "Teahouse of the August Moon," "Joseph and Herod," "Second Shepherd's Play," "Le Bourgeois GentiIhomme", Ac- tivities Award, Torch and Scroll, Election Committee, Kangaroo Staff, Liahona-Fellowship, President, Vice- President, Orientation Group Leader, U-News, Der Deutsche Verein, Hi-Fi Festival, Director, "Everyman", Who's Who, Omicron Delta Kappa. HELAINEJ. STEUER, Sociology! Kansas City, Missouri. Northwestern University. I if ELL ED nan. Dmi- nter- 3 stry, lpha, 'orch olar- iigh- hoir, Hel- Hop. Ilubl hem- roup. dent. to ry Mis- llege. glish: News Uni- , Art souri. Vice- Dark- lklef' Ado if the and Flay," , AC- Crolll Staffl Vice- roup 'sche ctor. micron Jlogy: zstern 47' 'U'- f fry., -fj ,- L- J DONALD L. HALEY MARY L. HALL CARTER L. HAMILTON FOREST W. HANNA had JOE L. HERNANDEZ RONALD E. HIGHLEY A. H. HIMEGARNER JUNE LORRAINE HYATT, Psychol- ogy, Kansas City, Missouri. Kanga- roo, Editor, Assocate Editor, Busi- ness Manager, Delta Alpha, Treas- urer, Torch and Scroll, Who's Who, two years, French Club, President, Secretary Dean's List, Participation Awards, Fall Frolic, Chairman, Apache Dance, Chairman, two years, Plays: "AIladin," Stage Manager, "Much Ado About Nothing," Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme", Orienta- tion, Chairman of Activities in Ac- tion, Group Leader, Radio and Tele- vision Guild, Librarian, U-News, Circulation Manager, Shawnee- Mission Teachers' Association, Pan Hellenic and University Scholarships. ODETTE JACOB, Psychology, Bagh- dad, Iraq. Cosmopolitan Club. GEORGE E. KERR, Kansas City, Missouri. Delta Chi, Co-Chairman, Pair-O-Dice Dance. EUGENE J. KINERNEY, Geology and Geography, Kansas City, Mis- souri. Orientation, Group Leader, French Club, Radio and Television Guild, Geology and Geography Club, Secretary, Treasurer, Vice-President. MICHAEL R. KLEIN, Pre-Medicine: Overland Park, Kansas. Kansas Uni- versity. THOMAS R. KNEZ, Pre-Dentistry, Mission, Kansas. Who's Who, Omi- cron Delta Kappa, Tau Kappa Ep- silon, President, Vice-President, Newman Club, President, Inter- fraternity Council, Vice-President, Tennis Team, Liberal Arts Secre- tariat: Homecoming, Decorations Committee Chairman, lntra-mural Football, Track, Basketball, Volley- ball, Pep Club, Bum Friday Court. MARY A. HOGERTY JUNE L. HYATT VIRGINIA S. GUNNER, Music, Voice, Kansas City, Kansas. UKC Choir, Operas, Sigma Alpha Iota, Vice-President, Secretary, Scholar- ship. DONALD L. HALEY, Biology, Sedalia, Missouri. University of Missouri. MARY LOU HALL, Sociology, Kan- sas City, Missouri. Teachers Now Training. CARTER L. HAMILTON, Psychol- ogy, Wichita, Kansas. Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City Junior College. RONALD E. HIGHLEY, Music, Kansas City, Missouri. Plays: "Don Giovanni," "Otello," "Rosenkava- lier," "The Lark." ALBERT H. HIMEGARNER, Psy- chology, Canton, Illinois. Basketball Manager, Tennis Team, Delta Chi, U-News: Bum Friday, Publicity Co- Chairman, Fall Frolic, Co-Chairman' Blackburn College. ODETTE JACOB GEORGE E. KERR, JR. EUGENE J. KINERNEY l ll Ill pf I 1 XX L, 'FW c -.5 -. i ' i, fl " WS :tgp 5 t. ' I Y. I- 1 x PX 1.1-5,155 gf- ,R li . .Q , ..'- .. .::.'5--'frr-J-'14-'i i'Eaff'i1 .R KX -'Clif f ill: ---' ..-:..:::r-.'..Z::42f11. :.-2' 'f 'gi'-1-' le 4 Mici-iAEI. R. KLEIN, JR. THOMAS R. KNEZ i , If it I "---, - l' 2 V- . J W 2 . x , - .- if 1- 4' p 4 , t L . iiiiimi - if - ' l 55 "7f7'f,fLQ.f " , R- ill ii- 'PR " ' . "BV 1? . N fr ' iii "iff ' - J f i ii? ki'. li 'if . film HAROLD B. KOCH CERALANN R. KRATZ ha-K CES EN' I SCJ Ci 8.11 TS AR S H lil UJ CES IE SC d 8.11 TS I 5 I I-I M Q. , n j ' V7 I - J ff C ' --1 qqgw-Www :,. .X - , .g ,,,, , ff- ff lu ' ff 'f 215,57 , 9 ff, ,"' If . 4 , 77 v , 33-"51ffWf3"1?Lf"f f f a fi awww' , X ' "-. M2-M ff fvfswiasfr X' , , I., -,Z ,f V . f - .wfff f , fs it. , fx 1 V, 4 DONALD C. KRENKEL JESS A. LA PUMA Ij1:i' .Uf ., - , K '. XX. L if g Q1 Q X 3 ' -Yqs..g.'- z X if if s A , it . , . X is K , fx X 4 V ! ff X - ,z-fj-if ii., '. 'f ffif , ' f . '- . . I 'N Q s e xism, if . fs N 1 5 , If 31 ' Q, ,, ,uw VANCE R. LEE EILEEN B. LEPPER EILEEN BLEVINS LEPPER, Psychol- ogy, Kansas City, Missouri. Psi Chi. EVELYN LUBEN, Psychology: Kan- sas City, Missouri.. Kansas City Junior College. EDWIN R. LUTHER, English, Kan- sas City, Missouri. Omicron Delta Kappa, Torch and Scroll, Alpha Phi Omega, President, Canterbury Club, Treasurer, Dean's List, Number One, Associate Editor, U-News, Permanent Panel Member, the Radio Literary Round Table, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Psi Chi, Easy Chair, His- tory and Government Club, Univer- sity Scholarship, Kansas City Junior College. DWIGHT THOMAS MAXWELL, Geology, Kansas City, Missouri. Dean's List, Torch and Scroll, Scho- lastic Honor in Class Sophomore and Junior Year, Geology Club. MARIE ANNE MCCARTHY, Eng- , Q 'S' m f , ,M 'M 5 af, A' -af ' LJ FRANK J. LATZ I.AwRENcE I.oNc, JR. X' 4 f' 5 f x X Q ...., Z ry ic w K ff 5 . . S i SX ' , - ff.. . wwf ,rf C ,,., -V ' J 7 A W id. 1. .' ,ii 5 ,gf RALPH LAWLESS EVELYN LUBEN 'Y jf , f 1 I f X f X W X f W X N we ff XS fm Q 9 f fy g XX wx K ,W,g,6,f W ,, ., .N X I , ff of ff 1 W 7 ,Q 0 wwf, W ,Q 'lj' , , flglf ROY K. IVIABE ED LUTHER 5.5 t .. 5 A fl lish, Kansas City, Missouri. Teachers Now Training, Secretary, School of Education Council, French Club, Sigma Beta, Historian, Orientation, Pep Club Women's Recreational Association. GARY EDWARD McCOY, Art His- tory, Kansas City, Missouri. Direc- tor, Audio Visual Department, Kan- garoo, Photographer, Student Affili- ate, National Press Photographers Association, KCUR-FM. DAVID Y. McMANlS, Art History, I Kansas City, Kansas. University of California, Berkeley. GARY E. MCCOY A if ,w ' HAROLD B. KOCH, Kansas City, Missouri. Victor Wilson Scholarship, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Vice-President, Inter-fraternity Council, Freshman Steering Committee. GERALANN R. KRATZ, Psychology, Kansas City, Missouri. Spanish Club, President, Government Committee, Sigma Beta, Treasurer, Torch and Scroll, Missouri University. JESS A. LA PUMA, Speech Educa- tion, Kansas City, Missouri. UKC Players, Vice-President, President, Pep Club, Vice-President, Newman Club, Vice-President, President, Stu- dent Council, Basketball Manager, Debate Team, UKC Choir, Plays: "Teahouse of the August Moon", U-News, Associate Editor, Intra- mural Council, Vice-President, Inter-fraternity Council, Vice-Presi- dent,' Tau Kappa Epsilon, President. FRANK J. LATZ, Psychology, Kan- sas City, Missouri. Tau Kappa Ep- silon. VANCE R. LEE, Mathematics, Hick- man Mills, Missouri. Kansas City Junior College. gc, - if f 25,3 Q 1 . .f ' 4 . ,V M .F ,Wm , ,, 0 A - -l , E- W. fm, 1 1 ff ,gg ' 5.-,QW , f X-6 ff ' ,O ,X , ww .-sfsfqy ,. I1 . f in I. yu ...Vw ff ' 7 QW ' ff " f mf . 1 fi A If M 7 we j ,M Q f - . , DWIGHT T. MAXWELL J. W. IVICCRACKEN, JR. DAVID Y. MCMANIS x ,. . . - is f sf if 2 ' f fe--. ' ' Q IQ. 'L 'W , , .Qff-I I '-so . f 5--Q.- L, a ' I -.. ' I v Q. ' ' xx 1 A . ,X 5. , 1 Q . i,,,,, , '-kgs, Q MARIE A. MCCARTHY GILBERT L. MILLER ROBERT A, MORGAN NORMAN B. MORGENS ROBT. E. MULLOY, JR. ROBT. B. MUSBURGER 9 ROBERT B. MUSBURCIER, Radio. Speech, Missoula, Montana. Asso- ciate Sicence Degree in Electronicsi KCUR-FM, U-News, Kangaroo: Playhouse Productions: OmiCrOr1 Delta Kappa, Greater Kansas City Radio and Television Council Schol- arship, University ofMontana1 Cen- tral Technical Institute. LINDA D. O'DELL, Medical Tech- nology, Kansas City, Missouri, Sigma Beta, Intramural Sports. RICHARD C-. OLSEN, Biology, -In- dependence, Missouri. Kansas City, Missouri, Junior College. 41" f5' KENNETH S. NAC-AI MARY E. NICHOLS A -1, 5. 5 an-V- . 'N' . sh- y.,.-- .N V. It 'il KENNETH A. NELSON f ' A "gf, in , "' A R A--5 t ...H -9 0 'v, 'N' ' 1 , . I fl-1 'A I fl fx 1, K ALBERTA NOBLE 3 I A, F f 'tial 5-.. I H L+- ,Q A 1 ,p'. U N 'Il eww " r a V V 1 V M .- ' rr 2 ff L Q- ..1""' 5 . j ' ' STANLEY B. PLOTKIN JIM F. PONDER KAREN K. PRICE ROBT. H. RANDOLPH I x J'-5 - . -4' C , , , K K, -Z .,. i "1 fd" I ' fs .- " S I --fa v 4... S -v ' f'1'1-F' .. Y. -- gs. K .V ,,,.I1 c ff 1 .Q 4, .f Q- 7 " 1 J, I ' . ".- 7' 5, , , V, ,L x - - j.,, I ' ' 5 ws A .. s "' t" - .' . . 5 A - Alb. RICHARD C. RAYNOR R. D RELAFORD CRAIC- COLE SLAW PAUL M. ROBISON LC .tt "' "' 'B fn A A . X . Q' u Q- , 'U--"V , 'V .t - xii :. . ff? Y", JACK L ROSSON E LYNN RUDD NOEL F. RUSSELL CLENDA D. SANNINC J Cf' FI 'f .N Where did Lamb get that blonde patient? ,atv-K -L, S . III' 0'-Te 396 I5- I 1 KXJ 5 is 6 , A- S iv' , I' ' sp X 5 I I' ....v..., , I . .V ' 5" XX x fi LINDA O'DEI-L RICHARD C. OLSEN J. F. PONDER, Psychology and Edu- cation, Walnut Ridge, Arkansas. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, UKC Choir. KAREN K. PRICE. Music Education, -Salina, Kansas. UKC Choir, Sigma Alpha Iota Scholarship, University of Kansas. ROBERT H. RANDOLPH, Mathe- matics, Dallas, Texas. Track -Letter Award, Track Team, Captain, Co- Captain, High Point Award, Earl Smutz. RICHARD C. RAYNOR, Independ- ence, Missouri. University of Den- ver, University of Houston. C-LENDA DEANN SANNINC, Home Economics, Kansas City, Missouri. Cho Chin, Sgt.-at-Arms, President, Delta Alpha, Orientation, Student Council Committees, Who's Who, Social, Election Commissioner, Bum Friday Committee Chairman, Pe- nates, Vice-President, Pep Club, Vice-President. it - ,a S ARTS and SCIENCES I S I18.-SB. CES IE SC' C1 8.11 TS SA H S 1 8. SO xg .lf ., If ,,,,y 0, 3' 1 xi W' t, f f X ,R Z f f W v ,f 119' W , 3 'gif' . X R ' 'kj Z!" 7 X fi 7 f K NORMAN SCHWEIGER LEWIS E. SELVEY f 92? X P ,3 -S . K7 rfrfl A I 'SEPT 5 Q S939 ' ' I 45 V1-1,-. m5 -5 - I , . Q v .aQ4y i,64Q!ii A - '?f1 .JT1 ,' lf?-1 ' g L ff-:fill-UTS -4 MARTIN SCHAEFER XJ Hx 1 "Hhs an-P' I f I Kr' t f X f 2, 7 4f 1 41 f DEBERA SMALL fff V QQQ. , f""""""""3f, R .W I ,WV is 1. my V . . TEDDY SHANE Qu: ff : ga - , 2-:ff ,L W, .15--R 5-,-. f .f Zf ff 'f' l" 3 i W 'Q' Jf N. .. iv f W 11, ' WK? if 4 K , gp f' at K f ' .1 f ' R. 3 Q 0 A . ' 4 fr ff K g fa . 77 f I lf' QVWQW J fy HORRIS HANGNAIL CHARLES B. SNYDER DENA L. SPIELBERGER GERALD L. SPINDLE RONALD H. STOTZFUS LOYD WETBRUSH VAN GOGH Artists' Club, President, Treasurer, Exalted Brushscrubber, Furriest Man on Campus: Twig, Grand High Prophet, Olympic Tray Sliding Team, National Bohemian and Gut- terscum Association, National Bo- hemian Dishonor Roll, Modigliani Bohemian Award, National Distill- ers Award for Highest Consumption lAbsinthel g A. H. O. G. T. A. WARREN J. WAHLSTEDT, Geol- ogy, Kansas City, Missouri. Rock- hurst College. RICHARD F. WALSH, History, Kansas City, Kansas. Kansas State College. JAMES K. WALKER, JR., History, Kansas City, Missouri. Victor Wilson Scholarship. PHILIP D. WALTON, Biology! Olathe, Kansas. LEWIS E. SELVEY, English, Kansas City, Missouri. French Clubg Easy Chair, President. MARTIN SCHAEFER, Philosophy, Kansas City, Missouri, Torch and Scroll. DEBERA SMALL, Kansas City, Mis- souri. Boulder. Colorado. CHARLES B. SNYDER, Chemistry, Kansas City, Missouri. American Chemistry Associationg Student Zionist, University of Wisconsin. DENA LEE SPIELBERGER, Theater, Kansas City, Missouri. University Scholarship, Sigma Beta: Delta Alpha, UKC Playersg U-Newsg Ori- entation, Skit Committee Chairman, Bum Friday, Skit Committee Chair- man, Fall Frolic, Ticket Chairman, Princess, Bum Friday, l9573 Best Actress, Children's Treaterg Plays: "My Sister Eileen," "Murder in the Cathedral," "Heidi," "Don Giov- anni," "The Circle," "Hansel and Gretel," "Otello," "Darkness at Noon," "The Emperor's New Clothes," "The Lark," "The Cherry Orchard"g Torch and Scroll. GERALD LANE SPINDLE, Geology, Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas City Junior College, Kansas University. RONALD STOLTZFUS, Music The- oryg Kansas City, Missouri. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Band, Bum Friday Talent Show, Track Team, Teke Tips Staff. DONALD M. SWINNEY, Englishg North Kansas City, Missouri. PAUL R. THOMAS, Kansas City, Kansas. Dean's List. ,1 Awww ,f ,, x Q' Q f f XA XXX X X f ' ' .. nr-. . ,A Pj I DONALD M. SWINNEY PAUL R. THOMAS LOYD WETBRUSH VAN cool-I ROBERT c. VEGIARD '4 -. M X 'f ,Zi X X ga' QSM f X Cf! WARREN WAHLSTEDT RICHARD F. WALSH JAMES K. WALKER, JR. PHILIP D. WALTON RO Kai Edi Edi roo F ra Arr phi Col er'lf M I Ma Dee VIF dei: legi RO tist Ver: RO TV der Vic Soc Bur Co Der ISBS .asy shy, and flis- fry: :an ent I. ter, sity alta Dri- Ian, air- ang lest nys: the ov- and at ew :rry sw .ity ity. he- Tau day eke ish: ity, ARD I I N RONALD K. WARD, Psychologyi Kansas City, Missouri. U-News, Editor, Associate Editor, Assistant Editor, Personnel Manager, Kanga- roo, writer, Photographer, Bounder Fraternity, Delta Chi, Panel of Americans, Intramural Sports, Neo- phyte Dance, Chairmang Student Council, Publicity Committee, Ori- entation. MICHAEL WARKOCZEWSKI Mathematics, Kansas City, Missouri Dean's List, Missouri University. VIRGINIA L. WESTPHAL, Art, ln- dependence, Missouri. Drury Col- lege, University of Utah. RONALD L, WILHELM, Pre-Den- tistryg Fort Morgan, Colorado. Uni- versity ot Colorado. ROBERT J. ZELKO, Speech, Radio, TV, Joliet, Illinois. 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ASCHMAN, Busi- ness Administration and Account- ing: Kansas City, Missouri. Colby College. WILLIAM C. BRUMFIELD, Busi- ness Administration, Kansas City, Missouri. Veterans Organization. RONALD W. DOYLE, Kansas City, Missouri. Intramural Sports, Varsity Track Letter, Delta Chi, Orienta- tion, Nu Rho Psi. IRVIN L. DWORK, Business Ad- ministration Kansas City, Missouri. Alpha Epsilon Pi, University of Missouri. WILLIAM T. FETZER, Monroe, Michigan. Torch and Scroll, Presi- dent, Nu Rho Psi, Vice-President, Omicron Delta Kappa, Student Court, Dean's List, Nu Rho Psi Scholarship Recipient. BENJAMIN P. FOSTER, Business Administration, Independence, Missouri. Dean's List, Kansas City, Missouri, Junior College. ,, 2 f Q fi S .Ns 41 1 P , 'f 45 R I X f A ,ff , N . I 1" .. . xg? is A Zim , , Q fl! I X . X X 5 CALEB H. ADAMS C L . f fs? .sf I . , 3 K H i if K 4, l in f 1, L , . 1 ,4 , , -Wf ffl.. R 4 WW ff 7,5 X Q R mg A 2 ,, RQ E 4 ss f, , X EI , .X ' ,ff ,X 'L X , 7' , R- , N M 'NUS LAWRENCE W. ALLEN Jfiiyyylffkfw MW ffm I ' 3 ' 2, f 354' , , Z' fwyw, L21 , .ff-'ha' 0 ' f yt 2 A 4 X , fy! , ff 1, I. ferry , 'wird' ', LLEWELLYN ASCHMAN STANFORD BLOCK, JR - .. ,I I f fm 1 11152, , I ff, ,,., ...N x x 1' HI xi I X 4 ?, X 5 , R fe! X R ,W P2170 R X 6,2 1 , H , Z '. si I S f M f gig W A Q0 , f ATI WM. C. BRUMFIELD ,X E Q , .. , s Xi Q X -J 3, I gy L , ' ssg' R Nw -5, ' UPQWKWC ' IXWVI WILLIAM G. CLARK Rs s fv' Si., Q5 1 f, fff , 375, f ,J -, J xg 9' I " ' M1 R v , WILLIAM T. FETZER BENJAMIN P. FOSTER CLARK P. CALVIN GUY R. CII-LETTE M .P 5. f,,Wf,e4f X I , ,. xi x R. , wjflf. - W ff If If -JN A ,, f A .. ww ,, ' ,.,, R I ,, :5:','52rf f3j- ' X f., ' -ff . zi ffwi. ,,, ,,,'f,ff4fh . rf: 1,1 , TP' f ss- ,A f I as -A If GILBERT L. GOSE Joi-INNIE W. HARRIS BRUCE HAYWOOD GEO- L- HO'-LOWE'-L 'I ' II l 1- " r ia 'I 4125 75 A ,. 2 1445 ",-I..1g . I- -531-:J l Il i ts . X: fd 7?V' f1,?f' - N ., I V, " .x - . l I S rms- X I 1 f ,Y l f' f,?"" ,ff , R - , ff Zig! Z If W att'-s. .1 QW ff ' Es his 52 ' :s W! , R, M, Z ,., R wr, , fzy ' ' -, , , ffff ,Q , ' SR S R Xi , J , XXX new xi?-on ,, , ,' " 111 i f viii? f fy' ' f 4+ 42'f,4f 'Ii-If , .f . . ' sbmixqs-' ' , ,nf "5 L. ,T 1 lv I WW' SZ , X i If RONALD W. DOYLE IRVING L. DWORK CLARK P. GALVIN, Business Ad- ministration, Kansas City, Missouri. Nu Rho Psi, Dean's List, Basketball. GILBERT L. GOSE, Accounting, Frankfort, Kansas. Business School Student Association, President, Student Council. BRUCE G. HAYWOOD, Business Administration, Kansas City, Mis- souri. Nu Rho Psi, President, Chair- man of Scholarship Committee and Employment Brochure Committee, Scholarship Award, Business School Association, Secretary, Treasurer, Businessmen's Blast, Chairman, l956, Co-Chairman, Bum Friday Queen and Most Fascinating Man Contests, Who's Who Committee, Co-Chairman, Participation Award, Who's Who. GEORGE L. HOLLOWELL, Business Administration, Kansas City,,Kan- sas. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Kansas City, Kansas, Junior College, Colo- rado State College, Kansas State College. Q X trirf' d- ri. Il. S . mol lt, SS S- r- 'id Cl lol ET, FT. BY Bn Ze, d . ESS ID- SBS Io- ate ,-ew. Sy .fi -N ft A Q:-. fi ar' ' - S+' I x' 1 ' v ' Q' A if I . I I , IV! W , ,I if., f if ' ' fr, x xx N N . Jxwi . I f g . ' 5 f I .f ' L' , .3 gf , Af -H1 , f fi' ' J . I A X ROBERT K, MAYER RICHARD T. MITCHELL EARL T. NEWTON, JR. .- ,., 1? 40 7, x g, . - .ae- Q' S' S'-' " V. . H J J I al 4 ' - is I JESSE A. RYAN CARL c. si-iousE JACK E. SMITH . ,9,.C+ -is - I . T? I ' I ku SSRI ,f A I ' 'fl Ivfff I A' O - fy , . . I 5,359 -A ',:f' ' Q' 1 i'ir,,1- If 45-ilgf.. ' I' -.51--ull 'S . l S 1 RONALD B. PAUL 1- 5' ' , R is JACK H. SPENCER .8 ., .. V .. :I rw! I , X X . :xx -:Ulf 5 A T , R .,,VFil.'fflfl5Ifi M' ',!i+,.Iif" ,, 'I Qlli ,lllsl-if , pill, il, f II Illllirl Ilflii llIlI1i.,f.llL WM, H. STANSBARCER CHARLES W, SWARTZ MARION M. WEAVER JAMES N. WILSON 1 1' nw! x,f" 1- D RICHARD T. MITCHELL, Account- ing, Pleasanton, Kansas. Nu Rho Psi, Business School Association: Torch and Scroll, University of Hawaii. RONALD B. PAUL, Kansas City, Missouri. Tau Kappa Epsilon, New- man Club, Tennis Team, Orienta- tion, Group Leader, Nu Rho Psi Treasurer, Kansas State College. v JESSE A. RYAN, Marketing, Rogers Arkansas. Nu Rho Psi. JACK H. SPENCER, Mountain Grove, Missouri. Nu Rho Psi, Alum- nae Secretary, Business School, Vice- President, Business School Council, Southwest Missouri State, Rock- hurst College. WILLIAM H, STANSBARCIER, Kan- sas City, Missouri. Bounder Fratern- ity, Sgt.-at-Arms, Student Council, Delta Chi. CHARLES W. SWARTZ, Personnel Management, Grandview, Missouri. Nu Rho Psi, Veterans Organization, Treasurer, Varsity Baseball Team, Personnel Research Forum, Scholar- ship. MARION W. WEAVER, Manage- ment, Kansas City, Missouri. Torch and Scroll, Vice-President, Univer- sity of Colorado. JAMES N. WILSON, Business Ad- ministration, Kansas City, Missouri. Participation Award. u 1' , , . , . .I IR- I .rl ' f J 1 1 I .NN 3 9 J 'T ' 3 J ,a 5 'A gwh Olympic fray gliding. i 3,- ESS I.N' S BU' S H ID O 3. ST I T IDE S H UI RICHARD A. ABBOTT, Olathe, Kansas. Albion College. DONALD A. BALLEW, Kansas City, Missouri. Delta Sigma Delta. DONALD H. BARROW, Kansas City, Missouri. Xi Psi Phi. THOMAS M. BASSETT, St. An- thony, Idaho. Bachelor of Science in Zoology, Intramural Basketball, Volleyball, Tennis, Varsity Tennis Letter, University of Utah. WALLACE E. BECK, Mount Pleas- ant, Utah. Student Council, Dental School Executive Council, Histology Laboratory Instructor, Who's Who, Delta Sigma Delta, Brigham Young University, University of Utah. DANA K. BIBLER, Elkhart, Kansas. Bachelor of Arts, Xi Psi Phi, South- western College. WILLIAM BUDD, Boulder, Colo- rado. Bachelor of Arts, Appointment in Diagnosis, University of Colorado. f -1 j. .E ,..., . , f Q5 R In X ' , ,y K : 6 .L 1 x hy f ' QR- f .4 4 K . - if X X . 1 ' 'V . .s -yfl ' ill. J. ifli . J ' .IIZI III, X W S X er if SQ! -ff f 5 if' N N Y 7 , , W5 of J 3 am V, ' R X, X f y N X J , f X X Z QQXTQ f , ' c',e,Q" X f' - if 'f?r5,.49 . ' X XT . ' ns? ,gig ,ag . . , :QWZZ-Q, tk 4, A 144- gif 4.15,-jgfi2,,, .f fy, K 5.333-.M,ff-. 1 .sq ..r,f . -rf - A72 fk . N. M f, ,. W QQ! f' . , ,. ,,. My ,ff fu-vW""'. fr ef - f M if 1 if RICHARD A. ABBOTT KENNETH P. ADAMSON THOMAS BA SS ETT If , ,fin Why Q., w - I I M is "fi , V '.-:X 1- ' .- WALLACE E. BECK .9 as af 1: O, 1 s, -. 4" Nay! .V f ,,,.',,.j4gl5n ' I f 4 1. 'f,94ff.',ff:,,l',:.. . 5 I Y 5 f l if :Y 1 wr., I . . , " - l ,, M " . F ' 'f . .fri-"' T Q tif. 2174? ,F . :'v,.,,1i:,3ygf ' 7211 J X X 'f , QQ J ,Wy J DONALD A. BALLEW DONALD H. BARROW , f 40 GHZ If f fx DANA K. BIBLER Joi-IN W. BUDD JAMES A. BURGESS, JR., Green- wood, Arkansas. Appointments in Periodontics and Endodontics, Stu- dent Instructor in Endodontics Lab- oratory, Who's Who Committee, University of Arkansas. JAMES O. CLAXTON, McAlester, Oklahoma. Delta Sigma Delta, Treas- urer, Vice-President, Assistant ln- structor in Endodontics, Who's Who, Appointments in Pedodontics, Periodontics, and Endodontics, WILLIAM C. CLEVELAND, Book- JAS. A. BURCESS, JR. JAMES O. CLAXTON WM. C. CLEVELAND HOWARD E. CUMMINS i f 5 X X K 9, fr H., -fm, R -TQ X 'Z' ' R I T ..w,,44 GERALD D. CURTIS RUSS J. DAVEE RONALD R. DAvis GARY s. DEI-ILS R ,, 5 , ., XX... X X. 9' K1 fx 'X 4 ., R - -. fm D A fy W s s R M. 1.5 M 44 is fl Q 1? 4- X I R 'f N N' W ff! PAUL W. DERFELT JAMES E. DICKSON EURIPIDES FOOFRAM JOSEPH C. DORSEY field, Missouri. Bachelor of Arts, Xi Psi Phi, Westminster College. HOWARD E. CUMMINS, Kansas City, Missouri. Bachelor of Science in Biology, Xi Psi Phi, Torch and Scroll, University Scholarships. RUSS J. DAVEE, Baldwin, Kansas Bachelor of Arts, Xi Psi Phi, Intra- mural Basketball, Appointment in Pedodontics, Baker University. RONALD R. DAVIS, Medicine Lodge, Kansas. Appointments in Pedondontics and Periodontics: Junior Class, Vice-President, Dental School Executive Council, Wichita University. GARY S. DEHLS, Pleasant Grove, Arkansas. Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, Psi Omega, Arkansas State College. PAUL W. DERFELT, Galena, Kansas. Xi Psi Phi, Appointment in Diagno- sis and to Mercy Hospital, Kansas State Teachers' College. JAMES E. DICKSON, Chandler, Oklahoma. Psi Omega, Oklahoma State University. JOSEPH C. DORSEY, Fort Smith, Arkansas. Delta Sigma Delta. .n, in .U- ib- 22, er, as- ln- o's cs, Jk- 'ts I ge. sas wce ind L85 ra- in ine in ISL ital iita ive, in isas SBS. UO- ISBS CF, JFT13 ith. E ai ce -4 I?" 'lun X. 4 Inq. CLARENCE W. DRAKE, Oaks, Okla- homa. Psi Omega, Grand Master, Secretary: Appointment in Endo- dontics. TOM H. DU PREE, England, Arkan- sas. Bachelor of Arts, Hendrix 11--- ' College. an-Q ' EARL O. ENGLE, Winchester, Kan- I sas. Ottawa University, Emporia State Teachers' College. LA MAR FAIRBANKS, Orem, Utah. Brigham Young University. 1 n 3 f-:li . im CLARENCE W. DRAKE TOM H. DUPREE EARL O. ENGLE "EJ" L. FAIRBANKS Qi. n 'Z EDWARD A. FAULKNER DEAN C. FLOYD ROBERT D. FULKERSON, Denver. Colorado. Bachelor of Arts, Fresh- man Class, Secretary, Student Coun- cilg Kangaroo Staff, Junior Class. President, Dental School Executive Council, Vice-President, Xi Psi Phi, Treasurer, President, Inter-fratern- ity Council, Student Directory, Co- editor, Appointment to Mercy Hos- pital, Bushwhacker Ball, General Chairman, Who's Who. BEN P. GAINES, Lake Village, Ar- kansas. lntramural Football, Dental School Softball, Xi Psi Phi, Student Directory, Co-editor, Arkansas A. and M. College. JAMES E. GARRISON, Hays, Kan- sas. Bachelor of Arts, Xi Psi Phi, Dental School Softball, Ottawa Uni- versity. ROBERT B. GETTIG, Phoenix, Ari- zona. Xi Psi Phi, Appointment in Crown and Bridge. DOUGLAS H. GlBSON, Pueblo. Colorado. Bachelor of Science, Xi Psi Phi, Denver University. KENNETH V. GIVERS, Las Vegas. Nevada. Xi Psi Phi, University of Southern California. JACK L. HADEN, Kansas City, Kan- sas. Senior Class, President, Dental School Executive Council, President, Appointment in Prosethetics, Dean's List, Varsity Tennis, lntramural Softball, Basketball, Football, Table Tennis, Volleyball, Army Senior Dental Program, Student Instructor, Histology, American Dental Asso- ciation, Delegate, Xi Psi Phi. . it EDWARD A. FAULKNER, Eldorado, Kansas. Baker University, Eldorado , . Junior College. ' 1 'A DEAN G. FLOYD, Salt Lake City, A 2 Utah, Bachelor of Arts, Xi Psi Phi, Appointments in Prosthetics, Per- :ai 1. J ' N 1 I ..., E X ' jg ., iodontics, and to Mercy Hospital. A ,si Q, I ff' ' if l f C. RICHARD FRIEDLEY, Lyons Kansas. Bachelor of Science, Ap- pointment to Pedodontics and to Mercy Hospital, Xi Psi Phi, Mc- Pherson College. ..4 1 . 11. ' . FEEMAR WEEP C. RICHARD FRIEDLEY If A ROBERT D. FULKERSON BEN P. CAINES JAMES E. GARRISON ROBERT B. GETTIG as ' dr -ha Y STR I T DEN' S H lvl U1 I- U.- 'Vt as ar -L L i M DOUGLAS H. GIBSON CONNIE GIVENS -"' W - fi'-' S f fvsfg ,- " A -5 'I " r ..-lfliifl 'Q-5.1 X ' . X 7 7' 'vm' L l jf? 'Ty A os.. -. -2 -.-47" f ig , N ,MO 1 .-f1f?4iQZ4"ft?ff- fs tif? .3 Q ., -,I 7. ,,,,..3:'..b. . A xg F0145 -4..7,' ' -K-Q35 -l , .. fc rl A- - KENNETH v. GIVENS JACK L. HAGEN 65 ha.-ly Y ST I T DE S H ID Plfifl r f,,,v Z' ... -.. f' WILLIAM M. HAMRA JOHN R. HANN BILL L. HASKELL ARLON L, HATCHETT X 'Pr .7 1,435 aw- . -. f-flaw f A- ,:gh.2.,'wV I . . jgfff-Eg W . . ,H d,,Wf , ff LYLE G, HEIMERICH ROBERT G. HENDERSON GALE T. HOLSMAN Mercy Hospital, Bushwhacker Ball Committee, University of Missouri. JAMES R. HUNT, Fayetteville, Ar- kansas. Xi Psi Phi. VERO E. HUTCHESON, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Psi Omega, Grand Master, Rush Chairman, Inter- fraternity Council, President, Cen- tral State College, University of Oklahoma. BILL A. JACKSON, Shattuck, Okla- homa. Bachelor of Science, Dental School, Secretary-Treasurer, Bush- whacker Ball, Committee Chairman, I957-58, Delta Sigma Delta, Presi- dent, Inter-fraternity Council, ln- tramural Football, Basketball, Ap- pointment in Endodontics and to Mercy Hospital, Oklahoma State University. ROBERT G. JACKSON, Fort Scott, Kansas. Psi Omega, Rush Chairman, Scholastic Committee, Bushwhacker Ball, Entertainment and Decorations Committees, Freshman Anatomy Laboratory Assistant Instructor, Ap- pointments in Periodontics, Endo- dontics, Pedodontics, Partial Den- tures, and to Mercy Hospital, Uni- versity of Kansas. ROBERT L. LEE, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Xi Psi Phi. RICHARD D. LEIGHTY, Topeka, Kansas. Xi Psi Phi. WILLIAM E. LITLE, Springfield, Missouri. Bachelor of Arts, Anatomy Laboratory Assistant, Psi Omega, Social Chairman, Appointment in Pedodontics, Westminster College. PAUL R. LUNT, Cedar City, Utah. Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, JAMES R. HUNT WILLIAM M. HAIVIRA, Henryetta, Oklahoma. Bachelor of Science, Delta Sigma Delta, University of Oklahoma. JOI-IN R. I-IANN, Burlington Junc- tion, Missouri. Bachelor of Arts, Xi Psi Phi, Intramural Basketball, Football, Baker University. ARLON L. HATCHETT, Springfield, Colorado. Psi Omega, Social Chair- man, Treasurer, Appointment in Periodontics, Colorado University. LYLE GEORGE HEIMERICH, Den- ver, Colorado. Xi Psi Phi, Appoint- men to Children's Mercy Hospital, Intramural Football, University of Denver. ROBERT GLEN HENDERSON, Red- lands, California. Xi Psi Phi, Ap- pointment to Children's Mercy Hos- pital, Student lnstructor, Pathology, Student Instructor, Dental Assist- ants' Project, Pepperdine College. GALE T. HOLSMAN, Lake Ozark, Missouri. Bachelor of Science, Xi Psi Phi, Student Council, Intramural Football, Basketball, Track, Ap- pointment in Periodontics and to V. E. HUTCHESON, JR. BILL A. JACKSON ROBERT G. JACKSON ALVIN J. JOHNSON GERALD K. JOHNSON ' X f ao Qc- KENNETH R. KIMBALL ff X X wx ?' xx Q D. H. KRAUSE, JR. ROBERT L. LEE X Denial Anatomy Laboratory Assist- RICHARD D, LEIGHTY WILLIAM E. LITLE PAUL R. LUNT L. M. LYNCH, JR. ant, Appointment to Mercy Hospi- tal, College of Southern Utah, ldaho State University. JAMES A. MAC ROBERT, Ada. Oklahoma. Bachelor of Science, Delta Sigma Delta, State College. JAMES D. MANKIN, Jefferson City, Missouri. Bachelor Omega, Westminster College. .,,,,. East Central of Arts, Psi JACK L. MARTENEY, Hazelton, Kansas. Bachelor of Science, North- western State College. MANFRED S. MARYOTT, Red Lodge, Montana. Bachelor of Arts, Psi Omega, Phillips University. JOSEPH D. MATTHEWS, Norton- ville, Kansas. Bachelor of Arts, Xi Psi Phi, Appointments in Diagonsis and Extraoral Roentgenology, Wash- burn University. ROBERT E. McCONNELL, Appleton x f Q, . City, Missouri. Xi Psi Phi, Tau Kappa Epsilon, lntramural Football, 3-F534 TERRY P. MILLER ',:a- 3 .. .Liar . ALBERT L. MULLIKEN l 7vT5"1'g 7. '14 JOSEPH D. MATTHEWS ,Amy im,-t,.,, ' J 1' ., 'i-.12 al-il I 2. JACOB H. MOBERLY RALPH W. MOFFAT RS? i JAMES A. MACROBERT JAMES D. MANKIN 33:39 1- 'C' 47 1- 17 JACK L. MARTENEY 'dt'-5.3 MAN FORD S. MARYOTT :FEM aa?- ROBERT E. MCCONNELL DAYTON J. MCDONALD DONALD K. MEYER DORSEY J. MOORE ROBERT NOYES WIRMISER BUBBLE 1 E 1 Ax, 4,-5' .J is 4 'Q-'Xl ' -.f . ...J DURL W. O'NElL ,Win 5' - .. .,,-.. -. Q PETER M. ORR Ill RUSSELL Ci ONVENS DQJANE E. PATTERSON JOSEPH E, PEARCE Track, Appointment in Periodontics, Southwest Missouri State College. DAYTON J. McDONA.LD, Pasadena, California. Xi Psi Phi, lntramural Football, Softball, Pasadena City College, San Diego State College. LEE L. MCKINLEY, Kansas City, Missouri. Bachelor of Science, Freshman Steering Committee, Stu- dent Council, Social Committee, Foreign Students Club, Bum Friday, Food Chairman. DONALD K. MEYER, Kansas City, Missouri. Bachelor of Arts, Psi Omega. TERRY P. MILLER, Wagoner, Ok- lahoma. Bachelor of Arts, Class President, l956-57, Bushwhacker Ball Committee, Delta Sigma Delta, Rush Chairman, Pledge Class Presi- dent, Appointments in Endodontics, Periodontics, and to Mercy Hospi- tal, Oklahoma State University. JACOB H. MOBERLY, Melrose, New Mexico. Bachelor of Science, Xi Psi Phi, Alumni Secretary, Co- Rush Chairman, Junior Class Treas- urer, Appointments in Crown and Bridge, Periodontics, and to Mercy Hospital, Eastern New Mexico Uni- versity. RALPH W. MOFFAT, Salt Lake City, Utah. Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, Appointments in Per- iodontics, Endodontics, and to Mercy Hospital, University of Utah. DORSEY J. MOORE, Booneville. Missouri. Xi Psi Phi: PfOSflW2flCS Assistant, Dental Anatomy Assist- ant, lntramural Football, Central Missouri State College. Q3 CD yn-V 555 Z3- 'Dyi- 4 9-,512 Sgm SQ-I Chok- 3922 W9-L it-if -.,,, 393. nm Wx 3445 , it a. Q? if-'sg 5 iv 7? 1, f l , s M. , a,-p Y STR I 'I' DEN' S H lfl U1 U1 IDG Y STR I T DEN' S O H lil U2 ,."'f" filffl ' l l J .1 . If ! .f R . I , RICHARD L. PEEPLES EDWARD A. PETERS JOE M. PIERATT EDWIN K. RECKNACEL " ' . ,LZQUC MARVIN w. REED Ti-ioMAs s. RESER ROBERT R. RHYNE WILBUR B. RICHIE J. S. RIDDLEBARCER S. PETE ROEHL H. E. ROSENSTEIN DEE W. ROY THOMAS S. RESER, Lebanon, Mis- souri. Bachelor ot Science, Kansas State University. ROBERT R. RHYNE, Topeka, Kan- sas. Bachelor of Science, Senior Class, Vice-President, Xi Psi Phi, Vice-President, Dental School Exec- utive Council, Secretary-Treasurer, General and Oral Pathology Labora- tory Assistant, American Dental Association Delegate, Intramural Sports, Dean's List, Bushwhacker- Ball, Program Committee, Appoint- ments in Diagnosis and to Mercy Hospital, Kansas State University. WILBUR B. RICHIE, Arvada, Colo- rado. Bachelor of Science, Xi Psi Phi, Parliamentarian, Intramural Bowling, Sophomore Class Vice- President, Appointments in Crown and Bridge, Pedodontics, and to Mercy Hospital, Colorado State University. J. S. RIDDLEBARC-ER, Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Appointment in Partial Dentures, Westminster College, Northeastern State College. ALBERT L. MULLIKEN, Columbus, Kansas. Bachelor of Arts in Zoology, Delta Sigma Delta, University of Kansas. ROBERT NOYES, American Fork, Utah. University of Utah. DURL W. O'NElL, Prairie Village, Kansas. Xi Psi Phi, Rush Chairman, Secretary, Student Council. PETER M. ORR, Liberal, Kansas. Bachelor of Science, Freshman Class, Vice-President, Appointments in Crown and Bridge, Endodontics and Partial Dentures, Xi Psi Phi, Huron College. ' RUSSELL C. OWENS, Keene, Texas. Bachelor of Arts in Biology, Ap- pointments in Crown and Bridge and Endodontics, Union College. JOSEPH E. PEARCE, Independence, Missouri. Bachelor of Arts, Union College. RICHARD L. PEEPLES, Parsons, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in Biol- ogy, Parsons Junior College. EDWARD A. PETERS, Oakley, Kan- sas. Bachelor of Science, Xi Psi Phi, Pledge Master, Appointment in Crown and Bridge. JOE M. PIERATT, Dumas, Texas. Bachelor of Arts, Xi Psi Phi, Texas Tech, Reed College, Texas Uni- versity. EDWIN K. RECKNAGEL, Enid, Ok- lahoma. Bachelor of Science, Xi Psi Phi, Intramural Track, Appoint- ment to Mercy Hospital, Phillips University. MARVIN W, REED, Summerfield, Kansas. Bachelor of Science, Psi Omega, Intramural Football, Uni- versity of Kansas. . J ,J 2 X BILLY R. ROZELL BEN SANDOVAL F. A. SANFIILIPPO TOORU SATO S. PETE ROEHL, Dighton, Kansas.. ROBERT o.sci-lick SVEN K.F.siLANoER vAucHN c. siNcl.AiR ooNALo M, SMITH Bachelor of Arts, Appointment to Mercy Hospital, Union College. HERBERT E. ROSENSTEIN, Kansas City, Missouri. Psi Omega, Kansas City, Missouri. Junior College. DEE W. ROY, Kansas City, Kansas. Bachelor ot Science, Junior Class, Secretary, University ot Kansas. BEN SANDOVAL, Alburquerque, New Mexico. Bachelor of Arts: Xi Psi Phi. Appointments in Periodon- tology, Extraoral Roentgenology, and Mercy Hospital. FRANCIS ANTHONY SAN Fl- LIPPO, Casa Grande, Arizona. Bach- elor ot Science, Xi Psi Phi, Wheaton College. TOORU SATO, Hilo, Hawaii. Omi- cron Kappa Upsilon, Delta Sigma Delta, Appointments in Diagnosis, Dental Medicine, and to Mercy Hos- pital, University of Hawaii, ROBERT D. SCHICK, Duncan, Ok- lahoma. Delta Sigma Delta, Histor- ian, Social Chairman, Bushwhacker Ball Committee, Intramural Foot- ball, Appointment in Pedodontics and to Mercy Hospital, VAUCHN C. SINCLAIR, Independ- ence, Missouri. Psi Omega, DONALD M. SMITH, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Psi Omega, University of Oklahoma. JAMES H. SMITH, Syracuse, Kan- sas. Bachelor of Science in Phar- macy, Psi Omega, Appointment in Periodontics. JEROME J. SOLOW, Tulsa, Okla- homa. Bachelor of Arts, Psi Omega, University of Oklahoma. ARLEN E. STAAB, Kansas City. Missouri. Xi Psi Phi, Intramural Sports, Appointment in Endodontics, j . 45 -.09 g C, ,. r. ,"' ,. aiu' 'Q as .tx . ' . ' .4 'Q' , r' .I4 HW' JAMES H. SMITH, JR. JEROME J. SOLOW ARLEN E. STAAB ROBERT A. STARR , 2 J I lar 5 AARON W. SULLIVAN JAMES M. TALBOTT JOSEPH E, TARON ROBERT D. THOMAN 6156. I .,., 4. I V fr. , g . ' agua? L7 . ,-LAI -1 C. , an A ' g -, ' ' S 1 f RONALD D. TODD FIENDSWELL GRIND nr -N4 al.. H. VAZQUEZ-TORRES JERRY E. WACNER KENNETH R. WATSON JOE F. WELCH his-.T IK FRANK F. WELTY HOWARD R. WOOSLEY KENNETH R. WATSON, Musko- gee, Oklahoma, Xi Psi Phi, Intra- mural Football and Softball JOE F. WELCH, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Psi Omega, Oklahoma State University. FRANK F, WELTY, Kansas City, Missouri. Xi Psi Phi. HOWARD R. WOOLSEY, Kansas City, Missouri. Bachelor of Arts, Delta Sigma Delta, Appointment to Mercy Hospital, University of Missouri. Q T3 JAMES R. TOMMEY JAMES M. TROUT ROBERT A. STARR, Edmond, Ok- lahoma. Bachelor of Science, Psi Omega, Oklahoma State University. AARON W. SULLIVAN, Senath. Missouri. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Delta Sigma Delta, Appointment in En- dodontics, University of Missouri. ROBERT D. THOMAN, Hays, Kan- sas. Bachelor of Science in Zoology, Appointments in Pedodontics and Dental Medicine, RONALD D. TODD, Kansas City, Missouri. Bachelor of Science, Delta Sigma Delta, University of Okla- homa, Northeastern State College. JAMES R. TOMMEY, Murfreesboro, Arkansas. Bachelor of Science, Oua- chita College. JAMES M. TROUT, St. Joseph, Mis- souri. Appointments in Partial Den- tures and Diagnosis. JERRY E. WAC-NER, Independence, Kansas, Xi Psi Phi, Senior Class, Treasurer, Intramural Basketball and Football, Dental School Softball Team, Appointment in Pedodontics and to Mercy Hospital O S Y STR. I 'I' DEN' S H lrl CD iS IO T C EDU I DEE A. CAMPBELL, History, Kansas City, Missouri, History and Govern- ment Club, Activities and Program Chairman, University Band. S JOANN CONWAY, Kansas City, Missouri. Who's Who, Delta Alpha. President, Spanish Club, Teachers Now Training, Pan Hellenic Council, President, Women's Recreational Association, Cho Chin Sorority, President, Treasurer, Pledge Trainer, Student Council, Education School Vice-President, Businessmen's Blast, Co-Chairman, Orientation Group Leader, Committee Co-Chairman, Bum Friday, Co-Chairman, Partici- pation Award, Pep Club, Sgt.-at- Arms, Leadership Conference, Dele- gate to National Education Associa- tion Convention, University Scholar- ship, Athletic Award, Student Council. ZELDA M. CRAIG, Kansas City, Missouri. Central Missouri State Teachers College. LINDA L. CURETON, Elementary Education, Kansas City, Missouri, Education School, President, Vice- President, Delegate to National 1' H as . ff,J',:f.- ai 7 " fz " -af wi My fx f XM5.. 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FLEIDER , F . 'I .Qmfs A TED N. FREED JUDITH R. GIBSON JASPER W. HARRIS THYRA W. HAYDEN if ms ws-gi W S r if I X s - .--ffiiv X N .5 ..'.. lg! tif f t 1 rr2'l Q ,Q MARVIN D. HICKMAN RUTH L. ILLMER JANICE E. ISOM FANGSGOOD GHOUL DA L, CURETON BARBARA E. DAVIDSON Education Association Convention, Teachers Now Training, Sigma Beta, Secretary, Women's Recreational Association, Vice-President, Pep Club, Cheer Leader, Co-Chairman, Orientation Group Leaders, Partici- pation Awards, Leadership Confer- ence Student Council, Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart, l958. BARBARA E. DAVIDSON, Kansas City, Missouri. Sigma Beta, Teachers Now Training, Vice-President, Women's Recreational Association, Publisher's Board, High School Skit, l958-59, Pep Club, Young Demo- crats, Young Matron's Club Schol- arship. NATALIE A. DUBIN, Kansas City, Missouri. Pep Club, UKC Players, University of Colorado. HAZEL L. EVANS, Elementary Edu- cation, Alburquerque, New Mexico. Teachers Now Training, Treasurer, University of New Mexico. DEBRA I. FLEIDER, Elementary Education, Kansas City, Missouri. Spanish Club, Secretary, Treasurer, Social Committee, two years, Na- tional Student Association Com- mittee: Education School Council, Secretary, Student Zionist Organi- zation, Burn Friday Princess, l958, University Scholarship, NSA Campus Foreign Travel Chairman l957-58. JANICE E. ISOM, Elementary Edu- cation, Kansas City, Missouri. Fresh- man Steering Committee, Mu Phi Epsilon, Vice-President, Mu Phi Scholarships: UKC Choir, Who's Who, Delta Alpha, Torch and Scroll, P"2SiCl6I'If: Dean's List, Teachers Now Training, Vice-President, Bap- ZS ..' 'N VIZ ,av al 3P VI. Zi- ff- Da ,BS EFS fl ni it, IO- JI- ty. FSI lu- CO. CVC ir Jfl. er, Ja- rn- cil, ni- 58: SA Y 'Ian :Iu- sh- Phi Phi io's oll, iers ap- '13 'L Y' k,,,,,f' 4, 2-fi' 1 4 x X . J? ,.. W. ff "" if . .. s. I -of L 0 3 f if A ii! MARION G. JOHNSON ELIZABETH A. LONG MARY F. MANDACINA f, .O... K ..-Vp ' I film qi Tl ISF --. v I, . 'uf , 5 - I' Q . - txt' I -'S-I - " "' I -- iiiizzillzzssiilmsaf X MATTIE MCFARLAND MARG. E. O'ROURKE LALETA MAE SCHULER, Elemen- tary Education, Kansas City, Kansas. Choir, Kansas State Teachers College. EDITH ROSALIE SOLIGO, Kansas City, Missouri. Dean's List. ABEL BAXTON STKES, History, Kansas City, Kansas. Sacramento Junior College, Kansas City, Kansas, Junior College. JANE L, THURMOND, Elementary Education, Kansas City, Missouri University of Missouri. MARY E, URION, Kansas City, Mis- Missouri. University ot Washington. CLINTON JAMES WALLINGTON. Secondary Education, Kansas City, Missouri, Alpha Phi Omega, Sgt.-at- Arms, Kangaroo, Sports Editor, Photographer? U.News, Photograph- er, French Club, Newman Club, Teachers Now Training: Rock- hurst College. IDA S. WILLSON, Kansas City. Missouri. Teachers Now Training, President, Education School Coun- cili Education School Student Award Committee Chairman, I957-58. Election Commissioner, Summer Education School Activities Program, Student Court, Participation award. VIRGINIA O, YOUNG. Elementary Education, Severy, Kansas. Educa- tion School Council I957-58, Torch and Scroll, Vice-President, Teachers Now Training. WILLIAM J. RALPH ' . 1 I As -.M Q., vi Q , LALETA M. SCHULER N .J ix - 5 . JA! .. .il Na VLH I 1 it ch, , ,R I I-t ORAL B, MATHIAS Q' .4 '-Z I NANCY J. RICKETSON ,, 'nr' - 112- , 1.3" A' ,ig . Q 'lg Qi A 21 .4 Q, - .- 'irri-fffi f SX 1- -'F ,t T,-'Z w M? I' i xp fi c .ful ' -'f'.,, ..-sf. 'fi 4- I' 's i V V A ki . lin EURIPIDES RONCH MARY L. SCHUSLER YQ E. lk ug- Q'ff'- ' , -5' .-lY"N riff-' "T 1 tist Student Union. Secretary, Ori- entation Group Leader, Panel of Americans, Bum Friday Committee, French Club, Women's Recreational Association, Publicity Chairman, Music Department Accompanist, Award Certificates. ELIZABETH A. LONG. Kansas City. Missouri. Kansas City, Missouri Junior College, MARY F. MANDACINA, Elemen- tary Education, Kansas City, Mis- souri. Teachers Now Training, Prop- erties, "Teahouse of the August Moon," "The Lark," "The Cherry Orchard", Theater Property Award. NANCY JO RICKETSON, Elemen- tary Education, Kansas City, Mis- souri. Education School Council, Treasurer. v S 'VI-'ts -N1 H. R. SCHWARZ I9-'ll . I - C5 I A -.I .gt X, L11 - HQLM1 . ANNA L. SMITH EDITH R. SOLIGO ABEL B. STKES, JR. JANE L. THURMOND .ig 1-K bc - I nr T. I 'N' I 3- A S X . it 3, ff,-f:wN gf , T ,' A V. I MARY E. URION CJ WALLINGTON, JR. IDA S. WILSON VIRGINIA O YOUNG 7I O I IP I O .J CDN' I 'I' CA. EDU S I-i ID h 1-'L LA a H ALGARIN C. ARZUAGA, Puerto Rico. Phi Alpha Delta, Marshall! San Juan School of Lavv, University of Puerto Rico. CHARLES N. BONO, Kansas City. Missouri. Bachelor of Arts in Speech, Varsity Fencing Team! Debate Team, Assistant Debate Coach Plays: "The Importance of Being Earnest." "My Sister Eileen' 3 Dean S List, Moot Court Certificate, De- bate Award, Newman Club, Presi- dent, Vice-President: Omicron Delta Kappa, President. RICHARD LEE BRODBECK, Oregon, Missouri. Board of Governors: Delta Theta Phi, Treasurer, Torch and Scroll, Young Democrats, Treasurer. JULIO DE JESUS GARCIA, Puerto Rico. University of Puerto Rico. MARGELINO FLORES-RODRI - GUEZ, Puerto Rico. Bachelor of Arts in Education, Director, Teachers Association of Puerto Rico: DIVGCTOV. Teacher's Credit Union, Alpha Phi Delta. 'fnazfiffi 2 . i Z twig ' '. -- zs.f1!PlifW .9 fi , K :V - . is N, X ff i ,i ff-as-f..s if., , sa. , f if' if7:ffff' f f I I ' Q . x .. .-,ISM . f A. f I. X -e ir, ' M - . -,Z : i ' , V 4' . , -,wx it gf. 2 uf' 'at ' Q7 " 'LL' ix 1 ffz' .' ' 'P 3 Y ff' ' 1 33 5531902 ' - r "I nxt. 1 I ff? I .4 . TA .fag M. FLORES RODRIGUEZ 11971 mx- ' - - 'www M f' Q- I . . ., Q- .ssswf ,Ml W Q , ,,, so . .X . ' ff - ' f -Ss' I is f -M mit W 4 ' is v ' Kaya-v QVX, is X .g if ff xv 4 'mf g fs? XA SX Zia is EARL W. LONG . sf' tis . 'fi lf:,.,91,,,,,,'.....f7 V., . . J. SN "Za ' . Qi, fig . RICHARD E. SLAYTON A . X -- MARVIN E. HANKIN .Q ' lll' .,,, Syst' , .. if f, ,, X Z ,af .M .. ,, s 592'-f ,fl 'f' A X ,f M f , 4 X ,W ' 7 ff P 5 ff S 1 N x X f 0 , ft. X c 'ff" WILLIAM F. MAUER ALGARIN C. ARZUAGA EDWIN L. BELLO i me ' fr fb 2' , lr f ' G f M, V, , . .. . Hu' J, , W , I 'kwa ..... f " , ff ., ,ff ..... ,- , I AY' l af CHARLES N, BON0 RICHARD L. BRODBECK Ialiidff , xg swf I. ,X 3 , f N 'V f ff Z if ? gg 1 X 4501 f f f "' if My af, " J! I X 4-3. -. ff me - -ff .f 1 f PAUL C. BROWN ROBERT G. JONES 5 X 4 S s. . was J X 5' 2 f EDWARD J. MCSHANE HILDA CHAVIS J. DE JESUS GARCIA EDWARD L. FARLEY CAROLIE S. LEEK , ff ,Cy MQ., 59' gl . is SAGARDIA-SANCHEZ lim EDITH THOMAS JANE R. THOMPSON JAMES M. THOMPSON MARVIN E. HANKIN, Kansas City, Missouri. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Dean's List, Phi Delta Phi, University of Missouri. ROBERT G. JONES, St. Joseph, Missouri. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Student Bar Association, President, Board of Governors, Legal Aid Clinic, Student Council, Phi Delta Phi, Clerk, Representative of Law School to National Convention of American Law Students' Association. EARL W. LONG, Joplin, Missouri. Bachelor of Arts, Phi Alpha Delta, University of Missouri. WILLIAM F. MAUER, Kansas City, Missouri. Delta Theta Phi, Dean, Board of Governors, Secretary, Moot Court. EDWARD J. MCSHANE, Kansas gity, Missouri. Legal Aid, Phi Alpha e ta. RICHARD E. SLAYTON, Independ- ence, Missouri. University of South- ern California. JANE R. THOMPSON, Kansas City, Missouri. Law Review, Administra- tive Secretary, Legal Aid Clinic, Freshman Associate, Secretary- Treasurer, Chairman, Board of Gov- ernors, Treasurer, Election Commis- sioner, Academic Citizenship Com- mittee, Phi Delta Delta, Secretary, Co-Rush Chairman, Professional Pan Hellenic Representative, Represent- ative to American Law Student Asso- Ciation: Young Democrats, Who's Who, Fellowship in Law. 44 Y 2. 45 'f fn.. j' gy' R: y fi . 6 . Q" iilff af ts 'WTR ' Q? .. at .. .1 f 5. ' , 4,gf ' . in ,- W v - ,-, 4,4......- i l K 6 f, A 'f 5 , I we f .r y n? LV ,yy 0-7, If ,. V X, U. Q : ' 1 .1 ' me 1 by 1, gi, G ' an 1, , ,. ,f -I fr? ...ff-.,.,,., I pfa'Ws,fy z 1' , ,,. ff, 5. -, . 4ff1,,'j ff' 1, 1--.wg -f,-I ' I I' " ff Z ,-'QM-A vicToR BATTLE MERLIN o. BRUNER I xy' , . , , W f J fy.---,, M J D f 7f.s' I 7' . ,J K'-D . 7 X QA. W' J J ,QA ,ff S Jfff ' . . JACK CLEMONS MERLIN W. COOK CAROLYN DICKSON, Milan, Mis- souri. Who's Who, Torch and Scroll, Pharmacy Student Association, American Pharmaceutical Associa- tion, Secretary, Kappa Epsilon, Pres- ident, Participation Award, Dean's List, Pharmacy Council, Apotheke, Secretary-Treasurer, University of Missouri, Northeast Missouri State Teachers' College. GUINN DILLSAVER, Bartlesville, Oklahoma. American Pharmaceuti- cal Association, Southwest Baptist College. KENNETH LEON DORSEY, Gene- seo, Kansas. Pharmacy School Asso- ciation, Vice-President. HOWARD KEITH EPPINGER, Nor- ton, Kansas. Student Council, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Track, Baseball. RONALD L. HOWER, Savannah, Missouri. Pharmacy School Associa- tion, Treasurer, President, Kappa Psi, Treasurer, Tau Kappa Epsilon, St. Joseph Junior College. GERALD DALE LAFFOON, Cabool, Missouri. Southwest Baptist College. JOHN R. LYON, Fort Scott, Kansas. Kappa Psi, Secretary, Regent, Amer- ican Pharmaceutical Association, Treasurer, Pharmacy Student Asso- ciation. EDWIN A. MUCKENTHALER, Paxico, Kansas. American Pharma- ceutical Association. x VICTOR BATTLE, St. Louis, Mis- is... W souri. Newman Club, President, JEFF V A Student Council, Treasurer, Dormi- Miss- '-, tory Association, Vice-President, A550 f I Track and Field Teams, Pharmacy RAY M My . 1 Association, American Pharrnaceu- mace , fi ' -f,,fr f :ca sso ia ion, ar i i n ,"" t IA ct 'P tcipato Q 'WM-AG' 3 -.X Award. QAR I Iif- ' orc ff ,,,f ' . MERLIN GAYLE BRUNER, Pattons- Teac 'ig' , ' ,,VV f burg, Missouri. American Pharma- All ceutical Association, Treasurer, JIM Kappa Psi, Vice-President, Par- Ame If X X4 ticipation Award, Citizenship Com- HOV'- mittee. - DAVID E. CALLAWAY L. E. cLAYcoMB WI'- DAVID EUGENE CALLAWAY, Clfyj Dearborn, Missouri. American Phar- ceuufl maceutical Association, Al ha 'Psi SCP' p 0 I J ' Omega, Honorary Member, Univer- Kapli I , g, sity of Tennessee. Elan - v I , f. , , ear , 1 , JACK CLEMONS, Maryville, Mis- , ig souri. Northwest Missouri State HOV ' Y' I Colle e sour .1 . . I ...- ceut V. 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American Pharma- ceutical Association, Pharmacy School Association, Treasurer, Kappa Psi, Grand Historian, New- man Club, Intramural Football' Dean's List. HOWARD H. ROBERTS, Ave, Mis-- souri. Kappa Psi, American Pharma- ceutical Association, President, Torch and Scroll, Men's Residence Hall Association, Pharmacy School Association, Southwest Baptist College. IK. rg X ,1.7,,s, ""3' .. i y ly' I., , yy . I , ' 'Milt "V", ii ,J 'fl N ln 4' A Ml!! . DAVE L. SHAVEY CAROLYN R. SMITH if 'TH SISTER MARIELLA, SSM cHARLEs E. THOMAS : . '- -Q T4 . is-Q ni- ,, N yi W . I I, Xxx X -ji", N 5- x I at ffl f f tl 1- I I ITHALER , -.. R M 0-1-. if ' Q- is-s ,av-X 1 s , , - 'X . U A na ji - if -: '- hlgzzvli lb' 11 . . , Q s , . 1 . 1 A x -I . ,.,. , , , . a-1,,'a, ' '. - - 51 x f ' iii, ps 5 in JERRY K. MYERS RAY F. PAGACZ JOHN C. POKORNY GARY POUND , is 1 'U' A , 5. . ji S .- 'J F 5 . A 3 4' 1. ., .Qi E S T. . X if N - JIM R. RAY WM. M. RICHMOND HOWARD H. ROBERTS HRATCH K. SARIAN i t.,Q,',' . stir li . 3 Qxstf y I xt: LULU CAMILLE K '-5? J, .2- x GLENN F, THOMAS Q . i.. 'jfs- -1- ix E A DONALD G. SMITH P, . 5: 'N V ' ' it if ' in-t , "' J E. B. THOMPSON CJFFORD A TRIPLETT D. L. UNDERWOOD CHARLES VINCENT N. K. WORTHINGTON HRATCH K. SARIAN, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. American Pharmaceu- tical Association, Dean's List. DAVE LEE SHAVEY, Topeka, Kan- sas. American Pharmaceutical Asso- ciation. CAROLYN REYNOLDS SMITH, Joplin, Missouri. Apotheke, Kappa Epsilon, Secretary, American Phar- maceutical Association, Pharmacy School Association, Pharmacy Stu- dent Wives Association, University of Arkansas, Joplin Junior College. DONALD G. SMITH, Joplin, Mis- souri. Kappa Psi, American Pharma- ceutical Association, Vice-President, Pharmacy School Association, Uni- versity of Arkansas, Joplin Junior College. SISTER MARIELLA STENGER SSM, Kansas City, Missouri. Pharmacy Association, American Pharmaceu- tical Association, St. Louis College of Pharmacy. CHARLES EDGAR THOMAS, Mo- berly, Missouri. Moberly Junior College. GLENN FRANKLIN THOMAS. Chillicothe, Missouri. Pharmacy School Association, Southwest Bap- tist College. EMMANUEL B. THOMPSON, Ni- geria, West Africa. Bachelor of Sci- ence in Biology, American Pharma- ceutical Association, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science: Rockhurst College. CLIFFORD A, TRIPLETT, Garden City, Kansas. American Pharmaceu- tical Association, Pharmacy School Association. O yi CY ARMA PI-I S i-i lfl UI v - . . l ,,,, .4 Z E r ,A S 2 if z 5 I I x n ! 1 4 I f 7 1,7 VN X VU! 724 f V J Zz! ff 6 Q 4 f.. , xv wp c ' V -9. . f ' W 14. A A ff 7 A 4 I 1 wr J l 'N ' s I A f I I iii I. 2 . ' 3 I AI , I W! , :-g.f- fl' O l lv gmiwxu . , V, A-5.1: its 'I-tip. E.: . W ""7ilw' ,,,,,f VIIV , , .. 'lif-J-'If-41 Q jf' -'fx 'Fr f f'-E." If 0 Z H .1 n w! 2 1.3 .,. ., gt, ,., 5 if I ,ff , J , .f ,, -X " ff? Ave N , A , 35- ' M rm 21 if .' 'ff HENRY J. FLIPPO JULIA L. FOWLE LPI-: f Q - , - A 'vp DONALD L. 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' 4 f Qi Q Z2 f W 2 f Q " I A 1 in .vnu , , -. . .X .W ., Q ff W E f of? -4 ff f ,ff ,, ,, f W f PEGGY J. DOWNS CATHERINE M. FAY 4 Xiwf, , f ' ff . GINGER A. JONES MARY A. MARCY if www ff! , ' , ,. , X fad? ja Q Z n Muwwawuffuf ,,.W,x, 9, f Sf ' fi1,'P 4 ",,.9.: 'Q'.vv:,f"'1. , , ,'7f 2 fn - -V cw .sl ':.. .T.Z",Z: 'O ' 5' A 12 - x.- I gs. R " 1 5 4' I f,1va'7!'g B N . , f 'f' 0 f " 1 Q ff , X , A Avg, X! I ,ig I I X BEVERLY A. GEGEN JANE L. HALL LE NOIR HANKENSON f ., , uf, 7, W f 1, X , f if , 9 f U xXS 7 f , xqx X 0 X , .f f ,Z 3 H M f 3 Q .wwf gp. 1, .gym . ASQ . .,,, ,. . 5. vi, .1142 of Q 75 ,S ff 1' M2 'ZW' f W fi" ff, J M E Q44 I Y P' 'N 141 fdd X JANET R. MOSHER DORA D. NEWELL C. EDNA PEREZ I ,cv KRW. 17 X 29 . '27 . , H f 4 , V " ' ' ff ,, I1 2: I . - . -- ' Ig 2 1 "I , '7' . Q' , f , I M-p I 'ss -fb - . ' A if W If 1 f I, I 'W m QI 'V' If ' K' I' 'f 4 2 , " ' ' If " C: M Q D I ' ,515 y H: , , 1' " , 4 ' Vf fzfiir . ,gp g ' Z, 254, f ,Q ,f , 0 .. W ,O J E "WI . 1 Q ' J 4 .Q V 9115 V ' V' l A. , n f ' f' ' ' If-ef '- A ,Q W' W.f'Q f Ziff A' I ., 125 -,fyfff W., Gif ff I J., W . 1 W It X Q fl ,. GARDN ' OLLOCK HARRIET M. SCHMITT MARY A. SPEHR LOUISE STEIN CAROL S, STEWART ER JULIA J p JUANITA WOLF BONNIE J. WOOD E IE ISTS, SECO DE TAL -an-w 7,14 -xv x, ,XIX I 4 4 1 r I i 2 , -Qgggfu 3 1 Sx js 'S 4 V 1 QW f N SEP EE G up L4 ,Q 1 , . , 2 V S 1, 5 4 1 , 3 , 4 f 1 f S E 1 E? S. 1: iw 5, E-. Ai -1, ,y 1 , W Ng., QQ . .X Ni fi Wx? ,gr ui ?Q! , , fm, Q' 72? f 2 3 ' 1 f . .... .AC ,, . x yr . f 7 Q ', T ,mf ww 2 ' ff' 0 fi 'ff - f of , ,. ,,,, , 4, 4 f . If f y NX Q, VICTOR BATTLE, Senior, Pharmacy. WALLACE E, BECK, Senior, Dentistry. JAMES O. CLAXTON, Senior, Dentistry. WIL Newman Club, Pfesldenti Student Colm' Student Council, Dental School Executive Delta Sigma Delta, Treasurer, Vice-Presi- Torc cil, Treasurer, Dormitory Association, Council, Histology Laboratory Instructor, dent, Assistant Instructor in Endodontics, Vice Vice-President, Track and Field Teams, Delta Sigma Delfas Endodontics and Di- Appointments in Pedodontics, Periodon- Delta Pharmacy Association, American Pharma- agnosis Appointmenfls' tics, and Endodontics. Nu ceutical Association, Participation Award. dent Year mittl ,,, i , I Tir, SHIRLEY JOANN CONWAY, Senior, Ed- LINDA L. CURETON, Senior, Education. LOUIS C. DEFEO, JR., JUI'1i0l', Law- ROB ucation. Delta Alpha, President, Pan Hel- Education School, President, Vice-Presi- Deayfg List, Board of Govemors, Secre- try. lenic Council, President, Cho Chin dent, Delegate to National Education As- tary: Law Review, Editor-in-Chief: Moot COUI Sorority, President, Treasurer, Pledge soclation Convention, Teachers Now hi h, A d Pres Trainer, Student Council, Education Training, Sigma Beta, Secretary, Wom- Court' Sc cars Ip war ' cil, School Vice-President, Businessmen's en's Recreational Association, Vice-Presi- Pres Blast, Co-Chairman, Bum Friday Com- dent, Cheer Leader, Co-Chairman, Or- wha mittee Co-Chairman, Convention Dele- ientation Group Leaders. gate. CAROLYN DICKSON, Senior, Pharmacy. JERRY DICKSON, Junior, Arts and HOWARD KEITH EPPINCER, Senior, BRL Torch and Scroll, Pharmacy Student As- Sciences. Dean's wot: 'ISU-dKaDI92 INEPSI' Pharmacy, Student Council, Tau Kappa sociation, American Pharmaceutical As- Ionf, Chaplam' 'Cef res' ent' ans Epsilon, Track, Baseball. a . . . Residence Hall, President, Secretary, Broi S0C'at'0"" Secretaryi Kappa Epsdon' Pres' Treasurer, Alpha Phi Omega, Secretary, Asst ldefifi PBFTICIDHTIOH Award: DGHFVS I-IST? Treasurer, Vice-President, Student Union nes: Pharmacy Council, Apotheke, Secretary- Committee, Chairman, Omicron Delta Wh Treasurer Kappa, U-News. Pre: Cor 7 . VV IEEIICD S VV IEICD among students 111 II4 try. asi- ics, On- aw. cre- doot 1ior, appa SIDS WILLIAM T. FETZER, Senior, Business. Torch and Scroll, President, Nu Rho Psi, Vice-President, Rush Chairman, Omicron Delta Kappa, Student Court, Dean's List, Nu Rho Psi Scholarship Recipient, Stu- dent of Highest Academic Rank Junior Year, Participation Award, Finance Com- mittee. DEBRA I. FLEIDER, Senior, Education. Spanish Club, Secretary, Treasurer, So- cial Committee, National Student Asso- ciation Committee, Education School Council, Secretary, Student Zionist Or- ganization, Bum Friday Princess, NSA Campus Foreign Travel Chairman, Schol- arship. ROBERT D. FULKERSON, Senior, Dentis- try. Freshman Class, Secretary, Student Council, Kangaroo Staff, Junior Class, President, Dental School Executive Coun- cil, Vice-President, Xi Psi Phi, Treasurer, President, Inter-fratemity Council, Bush- whacker Ball, General Chairman. JOSEPH P. GREGG, Senior, Speech, Art, History. Omicron Delta Kappa, Director, "Everyman", UKC Players, President, Vice-President, Torch and Scroll, Liahona Fellowship, President, Vice-President, Kangaroo, U-News Staffs, Plays, Radio- TV Guild, Election Committee, Orienta- tion, Der Deutsche Verein, Hi-Fi Festival. BRUCE C. HAYWOOD, Senior, Business Administration. Nu Rho Psi, President, ghairman, Scholarship and Employment A'0CI'ilJre Committees, Business School Ssociation, Secretary, Treasurer, Busi- w5Sf'f12n's Blast, Chairman, Co-Chairman, P IWQS Who Committee, Retail Club, C'e5'CIP:f1l': Co-Chairman, Bum Friday Ommlttee. KENNETH HILL, Senior, Arts and Sci- ences. Student Council, President, Coun- cilman, Delta Chi, President, Vice-Presi- dent, Treasurer, Bounder, President, Vice-President, Chairman, Homecoming, Christmas Convocation, Finance and Committee on Committees, Bounder Burly-Q, Young Republicans, President, Vice-President. MELVYN N. FREED, Senior, Economics. Dean's List, Alpha Epsilqn Pi, President, Secretary, Treasurer, Inter-Fraternity Council, President, Bum Friday and' Fall Frolic Committee Chairman, Orientation Co-Chairman, Torch and Scroll, Omicron Delta Kappa, President, Leadership Con ference, Chairman, NSA Coordinator. 'li JACK L. HADEN, Senior, Dentistry. Sen- ior Class, President, Dental School Execu- tive Council, President, Appointment in Presethetics, Dean's List, Tennis, Table Tennis, Softball, Basketball, Football Volleyball, Student Instructor, Histology American Dental Association, Xi Psi Phi JUNE LORRAINE HYATT, Senior, Psy- chology. Kangaroo, Editor, Associate Edi- tor, Business Manager, Delta Alpha. Treasurer, Torch and Scroll, French Club, President, Secretary, Fall Frolic and Apache Dance Chairman two years, Stage Manager, "Aladdin", Dean's List, "Much Ado About Nothing." it if Second Appearance in Who's Who. 1111 american universities and colleges ll5 l i 1 r .n l l 1 'il l 1 i l I 1 i 1 l i l r r i .,, i l. i i l 'Wi BILL A, JACKSON, Senior, Dentistry. Dental School, Secretary-Treasurer, Bush- whacker Ball, Committee Chairman, Delta Sigma Delta, President, lnter-Fraternity Council, Football, Basketball, Appoint- ment in Endodontics and to Mercy Hos- pital. JANICE JONES, Junior, Arts and Sci- ences. Student Council, President, Vice- President, Secretary, Sigma Beta, Presi- dent, Pledge Trainer, Cheerleader, Com- mittee on Committees, Social Committee, Welcome Dance, and Activities in Action, Chairman, Choir, Homecoming and Bum Friday Publicity Chairman. JOHN R, LYON, Senior, Pharmacy. Kappa Psi, Secretary, Regent, American Pharmaceutical Association, Treasurer, Pharmacy Student Association, Research Assistant, Laboratory Assistant and ln- structor in Pharmacology and Radioiso- topes, Civil Defense Radiological Mon- itoring Assistant. gl VVI-10's WHO ROBERT G. JACKSON, Senior, Dentistry. Psi Omega, Rush Chairman, Scholastic Committee, Bushwhacker Ball, Entertain- ment and Decorations Committees, Fresh- man Anatomy Laboratory Assistant ln- structor, Appointments to Mercy Hos- pital, Partial Dentures, Periodontics, En- dodontics. KEYTHA SHARP JONES, Junior, Arts and Sciences. Sigma Beta, Sports Captain, Vice-President, WRA, President, Pan- Hellenic Council, Treasurer, Dean's List, Cheerleader, NSA, Co-ordinator, Dele- gate to National Congress, Bum Friday, Chairman, Choir, KCU Players. ,, ' 1 5. ,:, . ' rut' ,, ,V e af' Zfi, , ig , ,,, , - , .yW.V, 4... . f,., , ai ,....., :J . . FRANK R. JAMISON, Junior, Radio, TV. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice-President, Al- pha Phi Omega, Treasurer, lnter-frater- nity Council, Vice-President, Treasurer, UKC Players, Sergeant-at-Arms, Track Manager, Two Theatre Recognition Awards, KCUR-FM, Announcer, Engi- neer, Victor Wilson Scholarship. ROBERT JONES, Senior, Law. Board of Governors, President, Phi Delta Phi, Clerk, Omicron Delta Kappa, Legal Aid Clinic, Student Council, Committee on Committees, Phi Gamma Delta, Student Bar Association, Dean's List, Delegate to American Law Student Convention. TERRY P. MILLER, Senior, Dentistry. Class President, l956-57, Bushwhacker Ball Committee, Delta Sigma Delta, Rush Chairman, Pledge Class President, Endo- dontics, Periodontics, Mercy Hospital Ap- pointments. RICHARD T. MITCHELL, Senior, Ac- counting. Nu Rho Psi, Business School Association, Torch and Scroll. JA Xi Ci po do GL Hc Ar tio W Fri Vii D P d 'V. Al- er- er, ack ion gi- of 'hi Rid on ent' to vc- ool 1 f . 5 fr 3 J his 'iz JACOB H. MOBERLY, Senior, Dentistry. Xi Psi Phi, Alumni Secretary, Co-Rush Chairman, Junior Class Treasurer, Ap- pointments in Crown and Bridge, Perio- dontics, and to Mercy Hospital. GLENDA DEAN N SAN N l NG, Senior, Home Economics. Cho Chin, Sergeant-at- Arms, President, Delta Alpha, Orienta- fi0r1, Student Council Committees, Who's Who, Social, Election Commissioner, Bum Friday Committee Chairman, Penates, Vice-President, Pep Club, Vice-President. DURL W. O'NElL, Senior, Dentistry. Xi Psi Phi, Rush Chairman, Secretary, Stu- dent Council. ROBERT B. MUSBURGER, Senior, Radio, Speech. Associate Science Degree in Elec- tronics, KCUR-FM, U-News, Kangaroo, Copy Editor, Playhouse Productions, Pub- licity, Omicron Delta Kappa, Greater Kansas City Radio and Television Council Scholarship, Inauguration, Tech. Dir. DENA LEE SPIELBERGER, Senior. Thea- ter. University Scholarship, Sigma Beta, Delta Alpha, UKC Players, U-News: Ori- entation, Skit Committee Chairman, Bum Friday, 'Skit Committee, Chairman, Fall Frolic, Ticket Chairman, Princess, Bum Friday, l957, Best Actress, Children's Theater. DONALD WILLSON, Senior, Law. Law School Board of Governors, Liasion Com- mittee, Who's Who Committee, Law School Dance Committee, Moot Court Finalist, Phi Alpha Delta, Clerk. ROBERT R, RHYNE, Senior, Dentistry. Bachelor of Science, Senior Class, Vice- President, Xi Psi Phi, Vice-President, Dental School Executive Council, Secre- tary-Treasurer, General and Oral Pathol- ogy Laboratory Assistant, American Den- tal Association, Dean's List, Bushwhacker Ball. KAMILLA M. MAZANEC, Junior, Law. Phi Delta Delta, Secretary, Vice-President, Treasurer, Law Day Breakfast and- Direc- tory Committee, Board of Governors, Treasurer, Election Commissioner, Law School Dance Committee, Legal Aid Clinic, Law Review, Associate Editor, Dean's List. 'VVI-ICTS 'VVIEECD h Kneeling: Dena Spielberger, Sandy Eveloffg Sitting: Mrs. Hogin, Marion Weaver, Lothar Krause, Janice lsom, Dean Blochg Row gw 2: Virginia Wyly, Paula Goodman, Betty Clark, Opal Walton, Carolyn Dickson, Mildred Stubblefieldg Row 3: Joseph Caskey, Geralann Kratz, Sandy Barnett, Mildred L. Davis, Edith Soligo, Jack O'Dellg Row 4: Virginia Young, Truman Dollar, Edwin R. Luther, Gilbert L. Gose, Michael J. Rosen, Dave Grisate, Row 5: Benjamin Foster, Larry Ginsberg, Homer Riggs, Jack Null, Melvyn Freed, Joseph Gregg, William Gott, Row 6: Jerry Cole, Albert Williams, Dr. Buschman, Dr. Royall. TQRCH ,AND SCROLL officers Janice lsom ............... ........ ........... P r esideni' Merriam Weaver .................... Vice-President Lothar Kraus .................. Secretary-Treasurer Dr, Norman Royal ...... .......... F aulty Advisor Torch and Scroll is the scholastic honorary society on The University of Kansas City campus. The members have completed tive semesters ot college work, of which at least two have been in residence The Uni- versity. They have a grade point average of 2.0 or above. Initiation was held during both fall and spring semesters, followed each time by a dinner for the members and new initiates. Members served as honor ushers at Commencement. Se W Rc gwh DELTA. ALPHA Seated: June Hyatt, Treasurer, Joann Con- way, President, Dena Spielberger, Secre tary, Row 2: Martha Wiede man, Glenda Sanning, SI' Members of the upper class honorary leadership societies, Delta Alpha and Omicron Delta Kappa, are outstanding examples of character, scholarship, and leadership on this campus. The two groups worked together to present a program of American cultural life for the foreign exchange students of the Cosmopolitan Club. Seated: Dr. William L. Crain, Charles Bono, President, First Semester, Melvyn Freed, President, Second Semes- terg William McCreary, Secretary, Dean Wheadon Bloch, Row 2: Tom Knez, Joe Gregg, Dr. Charles Carnes, Faculty Advisor, Bob Musburger, Paul Jones, Jerry Dick- song Row 3: Bob Jones, Ed Luther, Jack Null, Truman Dollar, Dave C-risafe. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED: Don Brackhahn, Treasurerg Chancellor Drake, William Fetzer, bh Larry Jacobson, Vice-President. GMICRCN DELTA. K.A.PP.A. ll9 gwh Seated: Kenneth L. Meinen, Phyllis Bogardus, Roy S. Fischbeck. Standing: Joseph T. Brennan, Jesse H. Queen, Donald E, Willson, Marvin E. Hankin. BENCH AND ROEE CMICRCN ICAPPA. UPSILCDN' Seated: William E. Litle, Ben Sandoval, James D. Mankin, Don K. Meyer, John R. Hann. Row 2: William B. Richie, Jack' L. Marteney, Kenneth P. Adamson, J. H. Smith, Jr. Row 3: Jerry E. Wagner,'WaIlace E. Beck, Jack L. Haden, Tooru Sato, Dee W. Roy. l2O A 3 Frc Pre NC cw' if ,... 4 G """- e r uw" ,W 5 5 ,,,,.,,,,N f 'x X f Tk 3 fy, .Q SR Front: Samuel T. Coker, Faculty Advisory William Rost, Secretary-Treasurer, W. W. Tuttle, Vice-President, Charles Byrne, Presidentg Row 2: Howard Robertsg Sister Daniel Joseph, Sister Mary Sharong L. L. Eisenbrandtg C-ary Pound, Noel Nuessleg NOT PICTUREDZ Lyle Willits, Historian. RI-Io CI-IIS 3 Jack' I Sato, MATHEMATICAL SCCIETY 1 4 i l W V ' lf s 2 T Front: Dr. Maria Castellani, Georgeanne Schalley, Recording Secretary-Treasurer, O. Boyd Mathias, Corresponding Secretary, Kenley F. Stubbs, Membership Chairmang George A. Ausman, Vice-President. Row 2: Jerry Bails, Faculty Advisory Roger Carlson, President, Donald C. Krenkel, Bill Lytle, Donald J. Crowley. fyg.fWWQ?Q ,B .1 www ' f A, 1 WW!! . . . ,W 1 in . ,fm ,fafmg ,J 2 f x VT ff 5 if W6 ? e 2 ' Q a ww f l2l I-ICJNORS DAY Torch and Scroll Honorary Society: Vnitiates, November, 19 5 8 Sandra Jean Barnett, Joseph Richard Caskey, Betty Clark, Jerry Cole, Carolyn Dickson, Truman Dollar, Benjamin Foster, Larry Ginsberg, William James Goff, Paula Goodman, Gilbert Lewis Gose, David Anthony Grisafe, Geralann R. Kratz, Edwin Robert Luther, Jack Null, Stanley Jack O'De1l, Michael Rosen, Edith Soligo, Dena Spielberger, Mildred Stubblefield, Opal Walton, Albert Williams, Virginia Wyly. MAY THE FIRST I i TEN O'CLOCK infffia. April, 1959 A NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY-NINE ACADEMIC PROCESSION 'NATIONAL ANTI-IEM . . .. . . . . .J . -. . Audience Participating PRESENTATION or SPEAKER . . . . Richard M. Drake N Chancellor of,T'he University ADDRESS . . , ,..... ........ J oseph C. Shipman ' - Librarian, Linda Hall Library MUSIC . . The University of Kansas City Choir, Allen Hurst, Conducting PRESENTATION OF AWARDS SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY ........ Norman A. Moore, Professor. Students of Highest Academic Rank: Freshman Class . , F. D. Greenblatt, A. K. Nakakura, P. D. Harutun Sophomore Class . . . R. L. Cearley, L M. McRobert, H. L. Stroud Junior Class .... P. S. Obatake, R. A. McPherson, B. E. Hargetr Senior Class ....... T. Sato, J. H. Smith, Jr., J.-E. Wagner Omicron Kappa Upsilon: Kenneth Paul Adamson, Wallace Evan Beck, Jarkie Lee Haden, John Robert Han'n, William Edgar Litle, James Douglas Mankin, Jack Lee Marteney, Donald Keith Meyer, Wilbur Benjamin Richie, Dee Walter Roy, Ben Sandoval, Tooru Sato, James Hardin Smith, Jr., Jerry Edwin Wagner. Alpha Omega Award ............. Tooru Sato Dental Alumni Award ............. Tooru Sato SCHOOL OF PHARMACY ........ Leslie L. Eisenbrandt, Dean Students of Highest Academic Rank: Freshman Class ...... Evelyn F. Suffecool, Robert L. Nelson Sophomore Class ...... Dwayne D. Bergmann, Jeanette Lind Junior Class . . . . . Sister Mary S. Jones., Robert D. Bailey Senior Class .... . . Gary D. Pound, Howard H. Roberts Lehn Fink Gold Medal .......... Howard H. Roberts Rho Chi Scholastic Award . ......... Howard H. Roberts Rho Chi Honorary Pharmaceutical Society Robert Bailey, Sister Mary Sharon Jones, Gary Pound, Howard Roberts SCHOOL OF LAW .......... John M. Speca, Acting Dean Students of Highest Academic Rank--Night: First Year Class . . Cleo H. Muller, John Phillips, David Randolf Second Year Class. ....... Robert L. Uhlig, James J. Walsh Third Year Class ..... Leonard O. Grant, Robert J. Quigley, William A. Spayd , , Students of Highest Academic Rank-Day: First Year Class ...... Forrest W. Hanna, James N. Lyons, Clayton H. Smalley ' Second Year Class .... Louis C. DeFeo, Jr., Richard McKelvey, Kamilla Mildred Mazanec Founders' Day Award .........' . . Kenneth L. Meinen Bench and Robe Honorary Society Phyllis Lou Bogardus, Joseph Thomas Brennan, Robert Gene Duncan, Roy S. Fischbeck, Marvin Edward Hankin, Kenneth- L. Meinen, Jesse Hamilton Queen, Donald E. Willson COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCE ....... John E. Barnett, Dean Students of Highest Academic Rank: Freshman Class ..... Allen F. Brauninger, Bonnie L. Bachert, Carl A. Eberhart Sophomore Class ..... Barbara J. Adams, George L. fDaniels, Barbara L. Jacobson Junior Class . . Robert D. Hutton, Sandor J. Kallai, Roger P. Morris Senior Class ........ Eileen B. Lepper, Franklin Stearns, George A. Ausman, Jr. 122 Ralph Behnke, Joan Bruderer, Gordon Church, Esther L. Gardner, Sara Ann Gilmore, Lee Gilfillan Hampshire, Marilyn Sue Harris, Jarman Dean Hunt, Sandor J. Kallai, Gerre Ann Lipoff, Elizabeth Long, Richard MCFaddin, ' Roger Paul Morris, Edward Lee Ogden, Mary D. Patterson, Robert J. Saunders, Patsy A. Sherwood, Bernice White, Veronica Sparks Mu Phi Epsilon Scholarship . - Sue Harris, Sandra Smith, Barbara Adams Charles Stevensen Award . .... Presented by Charles Stevensen First Place ..... ,...... M rs. Esther Ramcl Second Place . . . . . . James E. Herbertsen Third Place . ....... .... A nn Patzman Fourth Place .............. G. Ray Morris Browning Award .............. Edwin Luther Presented by Mrs. Ellis J. Hutton, President Kansas City Browning Society SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINSTRATION ...... Ted R. Brannen, Dean Students of Highest Academic Rank: V Junior Class ....... Robert J. Saunders, Lyla L. Pollard, Jack L. Stamper Senior Class ....... William T. Fetzer, Benjamin P. Foster, Richard T. Mitchell Nu Rho Psi Academic Awards Member with highest grade average past year .... Gilbert Gose Member with greatest improvement in grade average ...... .................ThomasA.Jacksor Nu Rho Psi Scholarship Award . . . Bruce G. Haywood Controllers Institute of America Award Outstanding Senior Accounting Student ..... Gilbert Gose American Marketing Award ......... To be announced Presented by Ralph T. Haenisch, President Kansas City Chapter, American Marketing Association SCHOOL OF EDUCATION .......... Hugh XV. Speer, Dean Students of Highest Academic Rank: Junior Class .... Mildred M. Stubblefield, Deanna M. Fogliani, Joanne L. Sipe Senior Class .... . Virginia O. Young, Janice E. Isom, Elizabeth A. Long LEADERSHIP AWARDS . . . . Wheadon Bloch, Dean of Students Ornicron Delta Kappa Initiates, Fehruary, 1959 ..... Jerry Dickson, Truman Dollar. Joseph Gregg, David Grisafe, Robert G. Jones, Edwin Luther, Jack Null. Delta Alpha .... Jo Ann Conway, Glenda Sanning, Sandra Gerber, Dena Speilberger, June Hyatt, Martha Wiedemann, and members to bc tapped during exercises. y Cole, insberg, .ntllony Stanley Mildred Shurch, fa Ann yn Sue 1 Long, ard Lee erwood, Adams evensen Ramcl 'bertsen atzman Morris Luther 1, Dean Pollard . Foster. Gose lacksor xywood Gose ounced ', Dean sgliani, Isom, :udents Dollar. Luther, Gerber, s to be freshmen ARTS AND SCIENCE Alford Arnold Bonnie Lou Bachert Allen F. Brauninger Carl Eberhart Paul Edwards Bruce Ernst Sharon Rae Frick John Franklin Galliher Judy Golitko Patricia McLaughlin Carl Pfeiffer Amir Rahav Charles Schultz Dorothy Shimmick Gloria Shopen Dalton Smith John Ware John Williams Martin Zander PHARMACY Dwayne Bergmann DEANS' LIST The Dean's List is made up of those students in the upper ten per cent in grades earned for each class. A sophomores ARTS AND SCIENCE William G. Austin, Jr. Leon M. Barnes Judith Blakely Lawrence Brownley Fifi Glaser Karen Greiser Jerry Holcomb Sandor Joseph Kallai James Kelly Myrna Merrill Duke Ponick James Thomas Spotts Joseph Swaffer Carol Thomas Barbara Whitaker Joel Yates PHARMACY Evelyn Suffecool Clarence Winer juniors ARTS AND SCIENCE Joan Bruderer A Joseph Caskey Jerry Colliver Donald Lee Enloe Sara Gilmore William Goff Robert Hutton Richard McFaddin Colette Manoil Dean Marriott Roger Morris Peter Newman Margaret O'Rourke Kenley Stubbs Roy Walker BUSINESS AD Fred Glover Robert Saunders Warren Thompson EDUCATION Deanna Fogliani Mildred Stubblefield PHARMACY Eldon Fisher Sister Mary Sharon seniors S ARTS ANDSCIENCE George Ausman Ronald Belzer Melvin Freed Kenneth Jones Geralann Kratz Lawrence Marsh Mary Ellen Nichols Debera Small Gerald Spindle Franklin Stearns BUSINESS AD. William Fetzer Gilbert Gose EDUCATION Jane Thurmond Virginia Young PHARMACY Leonard Claycomb William Richmond Howard Roberts Glenn Franklin l23 ,iff , A I-+1 - fmfw f ,,fff,f, if , ,yy 1 - "AWK f 3,231 V ,W ,, ff g K WW , ,, , ,, . 7 , f X fr. ' , 1 f ff ' av CHARLES COBB ARTS AND SCIENCES 4 GILBERT CTO-SE BUSINESS f X , MW fs., I I we-www' A f ,' ,, f 1, , :Nt f L ,A ' I M 523' -1-4 I 'f 'S tr A JWAQRS :sm flu.. - f fs xl Ii C A' , 31 227 LQSX ly f 1, , L 6 Y w i , RONALD PAUL BUSINESS ' ' ' mi ' X, y Q . I I , ,Y . J 2 7 , ' ff' Q R lbw , C , tb X A S7 I 7 I 2 I JERRY COLLIVER CHUCK GOODMAN JEFF HEAVILIN ROBERT ZELKO ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCES ' ' , f ,',' ' 'X'i:- 'mf . T, I TERRY WILLIAMS JOANN CONWAY DENTISTRY EDUCATION MW LINDA CURETON EDUCATION 1 JAMES COTTINCHAM ROBERT JONES VICTOR BATTLE HOWARD EPPINGERT LAW LAW PHARMACY PHARMACY KENNETH HILL PRESIDENT STUDENT CCUNCIL Following the traditions of American politics, the principle student governing body of UKC, the Student Council of the All Students Association, learned early and used effectively the tricks and wiles of political shenanigans. The fine old traditons of practicing the spoils system, threatening suits and counter suits, pro- crastinating, and lacking cooperation were obvious in our student council this year. The chores and responsibilities of the governing group were carried out before the year was over, not necessarily in the most efficient or accurate manner, but by the democratic process, through which students learn the hard facts of political practice, preparing them for the real-life world ahead of them. JANICE JONES PRESIDENT Pais an Us at bf? f IWSSV C 34 X: gif 3795" N, uf j If-:3','T'Syf xflfTff'f? :S -L Cf. 7 5' ,J :Auf f v.,,,,, C CW. F.-.,, , ifivfyagzi , 1 ,. ZM9u- t ps Ken Ron 'IC lO NICES 'ON Nl sohool Ken Dorsey, Vice-President. Bill Richmond, Treasurer, Joyce Banken, Secretary, Ronald Hower, President, ,fmn , , -we-5. buslrless sohool offioers sr Ron Paul, Vice-President, Richard Mitchell, Secretary-Treasurer. Gilbert Cose President, pharrrlaoy officers gwh board. of governors Seated: Samuel J. Cottingham, Vice- President, Kamilla Mazanec, Treasurer Robert Jones, Presidentg Louis De Feo, Secretary. Standing: William Goodwin Guy Rice, Bruce Melchert, Ken Kelly. l l l l 1 l 1 l s l a l l f , p 9 wm- education x I K 'WM ,, X U' fm., gwh SOILOO1 001111011 T Seated: Debra Fleider, Secretary, Joann Conway, Vice-President, Linda Cureton, President, Nancy Ricketson, Treasurer. Standing: Dr. Julius Schulz, Faculty Sponsor, Marie McCarthy, Linda Zeligman, Joanne Sipeg Margaret Dudley, Faculty Sponsor, Ealeen Sentner. 8..I"lDS 8.I'lCj. sciences secretariat Dick Gray, Treasurer, Bob Zelko, Pres- ident. NOT PICTURED: Ken Hill, President, first semester, Basil North, Secretary. residence I2 hell councils Sl' Front: Dena Spielberger, Parliamentarian, Jean Nassimbine, Vice-President, Kay Thomas, President, Jean Denny, Secretary-Trasurer, Myrna Morris, Lounge Representative, Lora Hammeke, Lounge Representative, Row 2: Don Thompson, Lounge Representative, Roger Hilsabeck, Treasurer, Dick Gardner, Vice-President, Jerry Dickson, Secretary, Ed Lamb, Counselor. I as - 4 f an r A V A A ,L . W In X. in I . A .fx 5 .P Q. J Q r fr ' y f ' 5 1 F , ,A 4 Y , 1 1 A- 1 :qw , f vw ,J B , K l FRESHMEN: Seated: Marty Craven, Vice-Presi- dent, Jim Sweeney, President, Standing: Terry Williams, Student Council Representative, Bob West, Secretary-Treasurer. Fl SOPHOMORES: Seated: Jack Taylor, President, Bernum R, Dryden, Vice-President: Standing: Victor D. Hildinger, Secretary-Treasurer. DENTAL SCIEICDCDL 1.41 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Seated: James M. yg . . Hargett, Vice-President, Jack L. Haden, President, Robert Rhyne, Secretary-Treasurer: Jack Taylor, Standing: Martin D. Craven, Terry C. Williams, Richard L. Jones, Wallace E. Beck Robert R. Waller, Bernum R. Dryden. JUNIORS: Richard L. Jones, Vice-President, B. E. Hargett, President: William R. Cribsby, Sec- retary-Treasurer. Sweene B E f SENIORS: Seated: Jack Haden, President, Rob- ert Rhyne, Vice-President: Standing: Jerry E. Wagner, Secretary-Treasurer, Wallace E. Beck, Student Council Representative. .Z 3 Kwimsk 1 ff ' Q4 1 ' : fl , yfil 25yfxi ?' , of ' ,L, - -7 f ig" : QT? M , .L ,' " '25 fA '.' ! ,f,:., Q-4 iff ,y 5 'A - fi- 1,5 . VA. If I 'J il , . ff gif jj , I , rg ' - ff. 1 f If . A , T 'Q 4, l 1 i fi g'- ii V I T zfi , 7 V 2 if " ' l' f if W M- " ip . 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NORMAN BRESEL GENE SOLOFF MEL FRANKENSTEIN JERRY COLVIN NORMAN BRESSEL DON BARASH President EPSILCDN' PI HH nh QM - - x 5W0NR k II 'e : Q ' f e o ,' ff Mfg no I' f P f F 1-1 -1 , 5 ,. w 6 c The Beta Zeta social so- rority strives to unite girls in a friendly organization. This year the campus ac- tivities of the sorority have included participa- tion in the choir, Pan- Hellenic Council, religious and departmental clubs, Torch and Scroll, dra- matic and musical activ- ities of The University. The Beta Zeta Homecom- ing display tied for second place in this year's com- petition. The B. Z.'s also supported candidates for "Ugly Man," and "Most Fascinating Man." Other BETA ZETA X 'fl An X f3.'T'ii- fly F j Lf,- f J 'f A , L X ff f 'N' ff ii? W ff X 6 A . , -in s I X if Qc X X af X! . ., ff '41 'M' x Q r , , ? 5, Y L -tw HN' rjfbw w.f'?!7'1 -i...,f. ,M 4 wh- ,I 5 'ff ,Q X ,rj ,x J V ' 9411321 Q SANDY BARNETT HELEN Bovp Liz cHoPuN sHARoN FRICK VIVIAN JOHNSTON JUDY MADISON LINDA REEVES RODA UNTRIF Of'f'iOS1"S fun-filled moments in- cluded a Christmas Party, and an Active-Alum Ban- quet. lt was an enjoyable year for all. Susie Jo Lane-... ..... President-----Mary Haldorsen Mary Haldorsen..Vice-President.. ..... Helen Boyd Sandra Barnett-. ..... Secretary ..... .-Sandra Barnett Sharon Frick .......... Treasurer .......... Sharon Frick Mrs. Roma King ...... Advisor ...... Mrs. Roma King MARY HALDORSEN President CI-IO CHIN ln celebration of their twenty-fifth year on the UKC campus, the Beta Chapter of Cho Chin Sorority presented the years first formal all school dance, The Rose and Silver Ball, an outstanding social suc- cess of the year. Other social activities included an annual Mother-Daughter tea, a Spring Formal, Val- entine party, trip to the Ozarks, and many informal gatherings. Activities on campus found Cho Chin's as presidents of Delta Alpha, Pep Club, and Pan Hellenic, vice-president of Education Student Coun- cil and Pep Club, other officers in Mu Phi, WRA, Delta Alpha, and Pep Club. Cho Chin members were active in Student Council, TNT, University News, and' choir. Several members appeared in Who's Who, and on the Dean's List. Cho Chin's were chosen Sno-Ball Queen, Homecoming Queen, Beauty and the Beast Queen, TKE Sweetheart, and as five UKE cheerleaders. Jack Null, Cho Chin candidate, was chosen to reign as the Ugly lvlan on Campus. Cho Chin's served as ushers for campus and civic organizations, helped collect for United Funds and held their annual charity Christmas project. cjw President JO ANN CONWAY CA Jl SA 'im 'QW-'i" L J 'W' :E f ,hx ' ,K A 2 A :Yiwu 1 - 'ESL Q. 'N-TX: -'.fgQxswEf.j U af, , 'f' CAROLYN BECK CAROLYN BRENNER JUDY BURGER KATHRYN BUSHNELL SANDRA CROWLEY ANN CURRY JUDY DUTCHER JULY FIELDS CARLEEN FRANS SANDRA FROMSON NELLICE CILLESPIE JUDY GOLITKO JUDY JOHNSON KAREN JOHNSON SARAH LITTLE CLAUDIA LOWE PEGGY MANESS NANCY OSTERSTROM CERRE PATTERSON SANDRA PRUITT CLENDA SANNING KAREN SELDEN SHAREN SELDEN TINA SELDEN PAT SHERWOOD JOANNE SIPE SANDY SMITH Of'f'iC39I'S Jo Ann Conway ..... ............ P resident Tina Lee Selden ..... ...... V ice-President Judy Johnson .... .......... S ecretary Sandra Pruitt ..... .............. T reasurer Dora Arney ....,.. .... F acuity Advisor 133 2" .ss if 4 DELTA. CZIE-II The Delta Chi Fraternity was founded on October l3, l89O at Cornell Uni- versity to promote brotherhood among college men. During the past year, the Kansas City chapter has excelled in several fields. ln athletics, Delta Chi tied for the intramural championship with the freshmen dentists, and won the intramural football championship. The Kansas City chapter'defeated the Kansas University chapter for the second year in a row, to take the intra- chapter basketball trophy. Socially speaking, the Delta Chi's presented one of the best dances held on the campus, their Burly-Q Ball. The highlight of the evening came with the announcement of the l959 Delta Chi Sweetheart, Miss Nancy Krause. The chapter provided leaders for all phases of campus activities. Bob Zelko ........ Pete Donnici ........ Mike Moore ........ Mike Conrad ........ Ramsey Davis ....... Dr. John Dowgray ....... .,,.,,,,,, Larry Cepford ........... ..,,, Officers President ....... ..........., Mike Conrad -.-Vice-President ..... ....... C huck Goodman ..-.---Secretary-.----- .-.----Treasurer..------- -...--.Sgt.-at-Arms.-- .Advisor ........... ....... .Mike Moore Phil Fleming Lee Dr. John Dowgray .Alumni Advisor ....... ........... L arry Gepford MIKE CONRAD President Mn X is I QEQT S IE V F, A ' 2, , f ,f X , , I ,..,,. YQ 1' ff I '45 7 J L L C , I ir f i -sum-H C X .L E CO5 gar' R f QQ f Z2 0 'Xxb.SI?E7 ' fwf f S5 , I f V Zvi 'Z f If If I 0 I ff , X . ., ff N K mp' I , W W f '- CM ,' I' ff '5 I . . 1,,, I ,Ly Wm WI' I KS . :ff Q ,f -,ff 5..fp,:- A , f E , ' ' .I sf' , ,,, E -vac f MORSE - ffm, ,mp ff . if 5 'ff I I,4',s:' 4 -Nigwfff, G CHARLES COBB JERRY COLLIVER MIKE CONRAD WA, 'WS - ' Iwi K QS : Q K NNI1 ,-1, , x I N 3 L S . -Ex vwwy N ,MSX 1 fy .V A 4 xx XX? , www, as , S E' -. 1 , XS' .Km SI Xu It R asgwayaq ff , XF Rv. 'II J 9352: JI-.1 I f ' i3Ri:I.1'IiIff" g 4- :ap ffm 2.s,g " , .fjyiggffjfsf-5,53 -I '- If::f!fi'5 AI I gli, 5.15541 If L ZZ glfgi I Q. Y I ..V. '? Nw hf' f A- I W fs ' 549, I I f 4? A 5 K Tm :if . M S P nf ,L JI' f" 1? , S 6 I f f AL CROSSNER PETE DONNICI RON DOYLE PHIL ELEIVIINC I, 4' ,,, iw ' 1 X I I GERRY ERALEV CHUCK GOODMAN LARRY OREENWOOD HOLLIS HANOVER DAVE HENDRICKS AL HIMEOARNER DAVID HOEF KENNETH PAUL JONES GEORGE KERR RALPH L. KEYS ROBERT LEE CHARLES LEWIS JOHN MITCHELL DICK MONTOOIVIER MIKE MOORE J. T. SPOTTS KEN WARD RONNIE WEIHER MICKEY WILKINSON BOB ZELKO AKEN HILL I35 Y fy C 136 JANICE JONES President SIC!-LEA BETA Officers Linda O'Dell ........ President ........ Janice Jones Keytha Sharp--. .... Vice-Pres.-lVlarie McCarthy Sheila Norton- ----- Secretary------Virginia Wyly Ceralann Kratz .-.- Treasurer -.-- -Nancy Krause Nea Willits ---.--- Faculty Adv .--.--.- Nea Willits Founded in i934 as a sister sorority to the VVV's at Junior College, Sigma Beta has since grown to become one of the largest social groups on campus. The purpose of Sigma Beta is to promote social activity among the women on the UKC campus and through its ideals of leadership, scholarship, sportsmanship and character to establish a lasting bond between its members. Sigma Beta sponsored an alumni tea this year which was one of the first steps taken in preparation for national sororities. Other events on the Sigma Beta calendar in- cluded the Christmas dance, at which this year's Cupid, Bill Pabst, was crownedg and the spring dance at which the Sigma Beta sweet- heart was crowned. Sigma Beta also partici- pated in various service projects for the uni- versity such as furnishing ushers for the Play- house productions and hostesses to visiting groups on campus. Au. w nw-X . f f ,rm f f, :'- rf'-9 S N wwf 1 'al Qs Y , ga V35 5 , -- ,.', --41-Cf aw , 52 ,Q -,?'3 "f+,.,,1 ::x1-MN S XX X 'f .F-,Iliff I ' ' ' X X , h h 1 M , W X . j, ,E - f G i 1' fain-fi ' , 3 it ' K , Qgpiry W r X , ,. X . N ,n , A ,. , 4 M. 15,5 X CMI. , I :J N-,Wy XX Q PHYLLIS ALLBRITTEN LYNN BU N v f x N Q " 'I I Q 593 S rd X. Q SH SARA COX CAROL DOERR 2351.585 If QQ? 924 ix C NWS "5 " mjijl + Y J Way x . Y QS!" e 1 W ,My-, 1 w f Y 2 N . iw fx X 'f -I sir! Dfw? N If X mix 2 , f PAT FALER SARA GILMORE GLORIA FISCHER JO H AINES SHIRLEY HAND DOROTHY HANNON MARILYN HANRAHAN JAN HARRE KEYTHA SHARP JONES CHARLOTTE HILL GERALA NN KRATZ NANCY KRAUSE DIXIE LEE MARIE MCCARTHY LIZ NOBLE LINDA O'DEI-L SHEILA NORTON SHA RYL OSBORNE LYLA LEE POLLARD SHIRLEY REISBORD DEANNA RILEY TONI ROGERS SANDRA TRACY SANDY STROUD PAT WILLIAMS VIRGINIA WYLY JEANNE ZUK NEA WILLITS, ADVISOR Q99 C363 S QD C599 Q I ,... Q Q I37 'Ax' J. , 1.41 .-. '1".A.T.T KAPPA EPSILCN Sponsoring dances, queen candidates and political reforms kept the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity busy all year round. The Corn Stalk Stomp, their first social endeavor of the year was well worth fighting 20 bales of hay to make the occasion look like a dance. Changing the pace, the formal Sno-Ball Dance gave the Epsilon Lambda chapter a chance to look and act like gentlemen scholars. Miss Nellice Gillespie, the Teke candidate, captured the queen honors for the evening. Teke's Homecoming Queen candidate, Miss Peggy Maness, reigned over the Homecoming proceedings and sent the basketball team on to victory, Weeks of preparation led to the Red Carnation Ball, Teke's annual spring formal dance. The chap- ter announced this year's dance was the last 'one open to the public. Tekes have been active in all phases of university life, publication editors, playhouse production, KCUR-FM opera- tors, student council officers, and honors of all types have brought glory and praise to the group. officers Dick Nylund .......... President ..... ..... J ess LaPuma Frank Jamison---Vice-President .... Jerry Dickson Rich. Shoemaker .... Secretary .... Rich. Shoemaker ROD Paul .......... , ..... Treasurer ..... ......... J erry Cole Dr. Roma King...--FacuIty Adv ..... Dr. Roma King JESS LAY PUMA President DENNIS ALLEN JOHN BAILEY JOHN BIGGS PHILIP' BUTLER JIM CATON BILL BOLERJACK DAVID CHRISTMAN JERRY COLE CHARLES CRAIN BOB CROW JERRY DICKSON DON EMLER ESAM DAJANI BRUCE ERNST ROBERT FISHER DAVID GRISAFE GARY GULICK GEORGE HAMILTON JIM JAMES HUGH HA.S.S FRANK JAMISON JOE JUEL FRANK LATZ JOHN LEWIS DAVID NELSON JACK NULL PAT MUSICK RICHARD NYLUND JOHN PASSAGLIA RON PAUL JACK REINHART KENNETH SHEMARK MIKE SHIELDS CONRAD SANKPILL DICK SHOEMAKER RON STOLTZFUS TOM TALBOTT ART TAYLOR JOHN WARE FRED WILKINS JAMES TAYLOR MIKE YATES I38 - H- -- ---- ---' z,,. .... 'Dx . SYN wavy-N .wq ? Q . 5' , 1 vf J ?f"'Kw '3 K M- Q am: if N Y Q '- QN f 9 2 , -. f X is . : xv -.... K X f Q' X Y Sax f ' ' Q. ff V , X F , , IN " X ii x, X 1 fx .' , , , 1. , ' . H If Q 5 II- I A Q x K Q . K g 'I , in If 7' ,. 1 4' Y N, V vm- , 51 ,X 3 x . 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X xg X x A ,V f - x N I M, 0 , Mx , X M, A 1 xv X vs- ' 9 wt g , wwf ff e 'xx 13 x x , , 2 'ff 'YT-Sa' i 'f Wx , 1 ., ,f. ,,f V ' ,f ,,4:Ltl I if i xg 75, .N jc? , A 4 x A 4 '. u A' 7 lx. bw, X. , 'TQ N I: nm, ,f , 1 KW Q ' N.. 6 'ESQ' 1,5 , X , ,f xv- f -"' F A ' :- , nv- 65 x,. , P .-A 125' Q fi g 23 2' A A Eb. 444 U , 'Wx .xv X ,,,, 7 ,gjza '7 I 77 Q 139 FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Don Barash ......... ....... P resident ....... ......... D on Barash l.. f INTER-FR.ATE,E.NITY CCUNCIL Of'f'iOeI'S Front: Jess LaPuma, Tau Kappa Epsilong Mike Moore, Delta Chig Jerry Clershman, Alpha Epsilon Pig Back: Don Barash, Alpha Epsilon Pig Pete Donnici, Delta Chig Jack Null, Tau Kappa Epsilon. Frank Jamison ....... Vice-President..- ...... Jess LaPuma Pete Donnici ...... ..... S ecretary ......... Jerry C-ershman Dick Nylund ...... ..... T reasurer ..... ...... M ike Moore l4O PAN'-HIELLENIC Front: Keytha Jones, Treasurerg Joann Conway, Presidentg Judy Madison, Secretaryg Row 2: Charlotte Hill, Glenda Sanning, Mary C Q U- N C I Ll Haldorsen. l'Y1C Alp unix ities four Mid Pf0i dist PVOE tion beir whii 4' Y ,, 252' 4 , tribl Sl' T ir? 4,12 l M ALPIIBA PEEI OMEGA CDf'f'iC3SI'S Don Emler ..... f ........ P resident .....,,.,,.,,, Ed Luther John Biggs ........ -Vice-President ........ Don Emler, Frank Jamison Jerry Dickson ........ Secretary ............. John Biggs Frank Jamison.- ..... Treasurer ........ Jerry Dickson Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity, dedicated to serving university, community, and nation. Some of Alpha Eta chapter's activ- ities this year have been: ushering at the dedication of the Volker fountain, parking cars for various campus functions, assisting with the Midwest High-Fidelity Festival, preparing programs and operating movie projectors for the Kansas City Area Scouting Commissioners' Conference, distributing student activity tickets, and helping with the orientation program. APO sponsored the Ugly-Man-on-Campus contest in conjunc- tion with its first annual Beauty and Beast dance, the proceeds thereof being donated to charity, and has raised money for the scholarship fund which it maintains. In the course of the year Alpha Phi Omega has con- tributed upwards of five hundred man-hours of service. ' s , f. . t , N, X: 'X 4 F',o'.,l., ,,,.f' 1 - x . S 2- f A ykssi .175 V151 tyre ,mf X1 ., sssffi. M, : ,X f ,. f, . XM fyifffiia.. .tt s rx, , 4 yfgijyl, . x 7 .6 f 4 at, ,Jw w1,gW,fk, sf A -S ,jf ,K t t Q ,,,:t,fs " f v5.0 WY - X s my S Q, Q gs' s sv NPS, -. ., : , f 'r ,V X M t si es: f- at i so 5,7 Qsgpfrg , ""' if , yfkqx, M isa sf X? K 1 Nat sw ,ww , ,, Ja, se 'sfw"s::- :ffl - ff 2 . ,X 1 1 ,r .. X- ,if . , ,,,,..,.,ts .. f ' 3 vgxrscf Jerry Dickson presents check to Jean Weber Jackson County Society for Crippled Children from proceeds of Beauty and Beast Dance. Ysglvgfy Wil Seated: John Biggs, Frank Jamison, Ed Luther, Don Emler, Jerry Dickson. Row 2: Don Carlyon, John Leaton, Bruce Holman, Hugh Hass, George Fencil, Dean Wheadon Bloch, Frank Latz. Row 3: William lVlcCreary, B. F. McCarthy, Dr. sr . . P. J. Staudenraus, Jim Wallington, Tom Hammonds. A l4l Seated: Charles S. Sippy, Dr, T. J. Nidiffer, Don W. Werking, Dr. Robert Schick, Dr. Ronald D. Todd, Donald E. Tunks, M R h R 2 Fred D Greenblatt A C Edwards Tooru Sato, Wil- Treasurer, Dick Dryden, Secretary, Robert C. urray, us 3 ow : . , . . , liam D. Paschal, Junior Page, R. L. Baker, Jr., Dennis Flynn, Ron Kramer, H. L. Stanton, Ben L. Sparks, Robert A. Waitman, George W. McNuttg Row 3: Tom Bassett, Terry C. Williams, Harlo L. Donelson, Bill A. Jackson, T. P. Miller, Vic Hildingle, Warren K. Blaichg Row 4: Hal Dewell, J. B. Whitten, Sr., C. R. Thorue, W. M. Roehling, R. G. Strouse, Merle Runck, Phil Willey, C. J. Artis, J. C. Dorsey, Richard A. Foster, J. A. MacRobert, Wallace Even Beck. IDELTA SIC3-LZEA DELTA Vic and Mary Hildinger at the spring dance. Bill Jackson Grand Master officers Bill JaCl4SOI'I ................................ Grand lvlagter Jim Claxton ....... ....... W orthy Master Duard Enoch .... ......,..,,,,,,,,,, S Cribe Sam Sloan ----- ........... T reasurer ll 142 IT-5 :asp . ,.c. ,Ni ., 7 ,. fxfiz, X V:-, J'v.f ' 221' f2f?f"i'w7 V fy- 1.1. f f. , L., itz 'V . ffl '- Q 1 . 1 fi mf , rs? '13 5 I v 5 xr 1 ,- ai, ,."?".41 a f zo, rwf Ay! 4 ff? M, rf- ?i23f2 :WZ f 56. 4 4' " ft , I If MX , I, f B 4 J 1 U i 4 f 1 4 '21 f Sl' V. E. Hutcheson PSI CLZEEG-A President l officers I V. E. Hutcheson ..... ..,......., P resident Clarence Drake ..... ...... V ice-President Jlm Boyce ........... ........... T reasurer George Latta ...... ..... S ecretary Seated: George H. Latta, Cletus E. Blubaugh, Dick lVlcCarter, A. S. Stuart, J. E. Peden, Phil Bradley, Charles E. Beadles Jr Uhl D. Donovan, J. Stephen Primrose, Norman L. Clark, Joe Tarong Row Z: Marvin W. Reed, V. E. Hutcheson, Jr., Arnold R, Henderson, Vaughn Sinclair, Charles Plett, Larry Jacobson, Jack Brookshire, Joe Funkeg Row 3: Roy D. Manning, J D Mankin, David T. Kyle, Chester D. Eastin, Jr., Wm. E. Litle, Norman N. Thompson, John D. Foster, Clarence W. Drake Richard A. Foster, Don Smith. Y XI PS1 PHI 'S f X 4 4 4 J if J ' Q ' , A, .wtf , ' , uf . BMW, p f, .1 W 'f I 711' 1,5 7, .1 7 '- X 'if , if ' I ,gf ff'wf,v -V V . . W V ' wwf "1 2, Bob Fulkerson President J' O f' f' i O e I' S B05 Fulkerson ..... ............ P resident 4, Bob Rhyne ..... ...... V ice-President Jack Rudd ,,,,... ............ T reasurer Doyle Wright ..... ...... S ecretary Costume prize winners at Shipwreck dance. bh tMr. and Mrs. Pete Steinhauerl Seated: Jamison, Clement, Dr. Jones, Maurice Williams, Payne Hargett. Russell Riggs, Massey, Rogers, Bob Henderson, Sandoval, Adamson: Row 2: Joe Matthews, O'Neil, Lo, Ria, Belser, Cummins, Pitcher, Reid, Barton, L. A. Jones, Staab, Long, Trulicka, Nayer, McPherson, Calvert, Wagner, McClay, Spencer, Richie, McLaughlin, Mingesg Row 3: Tom Berry, Arthur B, Williams, C-erry Rutherford. Tom Bauberg, Virgil Palmer, David Atkins, Jerome J. Mindrey, Wallace B. Smith, Don V. England, Peter M. Orr, J. McKenny, A. P.'So-ldanels, Jack Rudd, Gene Wells, Homer Foutz, Jardon Strnad. 4 4 ! r BJ' "NCR . . ----We-We f--W---e - - . 1 rm Xi- tr X -M X JV Mff- Ns' PL M, .Ks if 4? Sic ' iff? . MS . 'le , S+ s SSN Ji 5? 3.2, 4 gr J S-'aff' www Q. f . , V 3 2 12 W l is . . Q 3' aw R 5 'XS tim Q S f KAPPA PSI Clw Front: Howard Roberts, Secretary, Tony Distefano, Dick Gardner, John R. Lyon, President, Ronald L. Hower, Treasurer, John Joseph, Ray Pagacz, Bill Richmond, Historian, Tom Todd, William E. Davis, Fred Fellers, Dean L. L. Eisenbrandt, Row 2: Lyle Willits, Ralph Ritter, Charles E. Thomas, Jim Ray, Don Smith, Dr. William J. Rost, Row 3: Glen De Graf- fenreid, Robert E. Davidson, Samuel T. Coker. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED: Kenneth Dorsey, Vice-President, Gayle Merlin l Bruner, Chaplin, John Scultz. Front: Nancy Herron Worthington, Treasurer, Helen Dischner, Carolyn Dickson, President, Sandra Gasser, Pub- cjw licity, Back: Joyce Banken, Corresponding Secretary, Rosalie Saladino, Vice-President, Evelyn Suffecool, Caro- lyn Smith. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED: Jeanette Lind, Historian, Mrs. William Rost, 5p0nsor. T lll'l""M7 KAPPA EPSILON J l45 Q l 4 iii, A 'lf Pzf, 3 ' Seated: Carl Bolte, Les Short, Don Emler, Jim Ponder, Ed Luther. Standing: Mr. Hardin Van Deursen, Dr. Robert Adams. sr MEMBERS NOT PICTURED: Dick Shoemaker, Jack Null, Carter Manning, Allan Hurst, Carl Knott, Jim Tharp, Gary Whisler. NEW PLEDGES: Lyle Wyly, Jim Spenser, Gilbert Miller. PHI IMIITIJ' .A.LPIEI.A. SINFONIA DON EMLER President officers Don Emler ,,,,,,,,,,, ,............ P resident Dick Shoemaker ,..., ....... V iCe-Pl'QSlC.lGI'IT Les Short ............ ...... S ecretary Jim Ponder ....... ...-- T VGBSUFGF Jack Null .......... ..... W arden Carter Manning ....... ...... H iS'fOI'iaYl rrp '99' CJD .f-, Seated: Virginia Gunner, Secretary, Earleen Kirkpatrick, President, Sandy Barnett, Vice-Presi- Sr dentg Joan Barkley, Treasurer, Row 2: Marjorie Herrin, Catherine Spalding, Shirley Beang MEMBERS NOT PICTURED: Kay Roland, Norma Turvillef SIC3-JMLA. .ALPIEIA IC"I'.A. MU' PHI EPSILCN' NW g Y. ci Q , ,, f, ,, I - ' V4-.4 ,fu 1 f f -P . . mc , . , - - . N Vxfl 5 P t Smith Benderg Second Row: Berta Eisburg, Alumni Sec- l Ejtiaatfycll Sii1ry5eSrlh?Syr?aStelcr3EziyIill3ra'l'BarzrefillljsnqfSfhiicl RoxlvSOilcoan?'1e'Baker, Faculty Agvisorlgl Barharapcergeri'Jl-3d5:1iiOhfEg2, Treasurer: Angila De Wilde: VBVWQTT-2 Wagnef- MEMBERS NOT PICTUREDZ Mae Owe ' 'Ce' res' en ' a e ' Historian. 147 I I I I I I . I I I NU EPIC? PSI I I I I2 I. I sr Seated: Barnie E. Abelle, Jr., Jesse A. Ryan, Robert L. Crow, Bruce Haywood, Ray L. Saale, Tom Jackson, Ron Paul, J. R. Smith, Row 2: Al Thomas, Bob Willhite, Gordon Hillegas, Lee Feldhake, Roger Borgelt, Earl T. Newton, Jr., Lewis E. Robby Row 3: Benjamin P. Foster, Carl C. Shouse, Clark P. Calvin, Leonard L. Nook, Lowell E. Hottman, Clyde R. Cilbert, Allen F. Woodworth. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED: Ray Barnby, Stan Dalen, C-uy Gillette, Cil Cose, Dick Mitchell, Jerry Sloan- ecker, Dave Welsh, Jim Wilson. Of'f'iOeI'S Bruce Haywood-----President ..... . ......... Ray Saale William Fetzer. -Vice-President ..... Tom Jackson Ray Saale ............... Secretary ............. Stan Dalen Ron Pool ........... ..... T reasurer .... ...... R obert Crow Mr. J. R. Smith-..--Faculty Adv....---Barnie Abelle . I I I I I X Ei I J I 'i 1 ' I F I II I. Ill I II Ii . II I II' ' I! . II I, ' II I II ' IQ I II II. -Ill II' ' I . 'I III , II I II N - II II i 1 I I lf' ' ,, . ,I II t: II .I X ' l48 ff? The professional business fraternity, Nu Rho Psi, aims to further business education from the business standpoint. Striving to acquaint the Kansas City business community with the graduates and students of the UKC School of Business Administration, the fraternity pub- lished their second directory of graduating Business seniors. Over l,OOO copies were dis- tributed, most of them to Kansas City firms. Some, however, have gone out to business houses all over the country. The response has been very rewarding, and the publication has served to make known the many advantages of hiring UKC Business graduates. The organ- ization also sponsored an annual car wash on Bum Friday to raise money for their scholar- ship fund, through which a SIOO scholarship is given to a member of the fraternity every year. Speakers from various fields of business administration spoke at a lecture series spon- sored by the organization. Under the new administration the members are enthusias- tically attempting to broaden their activities at UKC. NL. .HJ - ,?gu-ll..-13 f i i E f , V 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . I I I I I I II I I I III? I I I I RI I II I 'I I I I I I I I 5, 'I I . I I I I I I A . I I I I I I t I I I P H I I Seated: Dean John M. Speca, Clarence L. Roeder, Forest W. Hanna, Ward B. Stuckey, Tom Graves, Bruce B. Mel- , chert, Carl E. Bolte, Jr.g Standing: Wallace D. Berning, James T. Overaker, Charles N. Carnes, James S. Cot- tingham, Robert G. Jones, Candler S. Rogers, Richard O f- f- i 0 e Il S E, Woosley, Hubert E. Nelson. SECOND SEMESTER -Ward B. Stuckey J. Samuel Cottingham- -.-Secretary--- ....... Thomas C. C-raves -Fred C. Herzog John Hutcherson ........... Historian ........... John Hutcherson Prof. Charles Carnes-...Faculty Adv.. ................. John Speca FIRST SEMESTER Glenn Sowders ........... .-..President---.-..---- Fred C. Herzog ........... .-.Treasurer .......... I . ., ,, . . it I MII IT' lflcwgff FTW I I I I ff 5 Q x 'If' I1 I Q 'LIZ' 411' 3, :Eff I Q1 I 1 SQ '31 ay. QQ' f""' af OFFICERS: Seated: Arthur P. C-eneraux, Jr., Vice-Deang Curtis K. Cochell, Deang John K. Burge, Trib- Sf uneg Standing: Arthur M. Mellott, Clerk ot Rollsg Harry N. Briggs, Master ot Ritual. DELTA TIEEETA :PIE-II 4 I I 's x Officers .- ............ President Betty Curtis .... Robert Dunn ...... ................. V ice-President Roger Henry ........ ............ S ecretary-Treasurer Veronica Sparks .......... Corresponding Secretary Robert Neel ........ ................. F aculty Advisor Boasting the largest departmental organization on the UKC cam- pus, the Psi Chi's are also .prob- ably'one of the most active, featuring such outstanding com- munity leaders in psychology as Dr. Nathan Greenbaum, Dr. Don- ald Greaves, and Dr. Kermit Phelps as speakers at their regular meetings. Socially the group had a rousing Christmas Party, showed movies on subjects concerning Psych majors, and had a spring picnic at Quivira Lake. Also in the spring, a panel discussion was held on the subject of "Your Career in Psychology," with the entire Psychology Department faculty taking part. ITT , , S Y, 1 ,J--Jmztf 'f We-z-2.94 M 4 - It ' Seated: Jo Anne Stockwell, Mrs. Robert Neel, Orpha Ann Krinn, Gertrude Steward, Lois Allen, Row 2: Betty Clark, Charlotte Larr, Sharon LaSater, Jessie Dunn, Allen Hume, Eileen Lepper, Dorsey Barnum, Betty Curtis, Jim Ponder, Hugh LaSaterg Row 3: Robert Dunn, Lester Mast, Robert Neel John Hockaday, Bob Lemon, Keith Hammond, Dave Stockwell, Warren Peterson, Bill Arndt, Members not pictured: Steven Angell, Edgar Appelton, Ronald Brooks, Susie Calvert, Lorene Dawson, Donald Dirks, Ernest Ensign, Gloria Feder, Barbara Fieth, Jay Franklin, Walter H. Gunn, George Gutknecht, Robert l-lerrity, Roger Henry, Charlotte Johnson, Rita Johnson, ElDean Kohrs, Edwin Luther, Earl Unell, Rose Milam, Loraine Pilkey, Ray Relaford, Jean Seymour, Veronica Sparks, Paschal Twyman, Marlene Mfaghfel' 7, gw 1 Q J H Q' 1 .,f' M vu, 3 I 1 2, , " 4 it ,M V J i J ,W . J il ' -A ,a rr f s 3 2 Vx ,, af M , V V ,M ., , , f ' I i . W ,W . h U 2 5 as R J , 5 fl , , 1 J J J t ' + i,a, S Front Row: Marshall Koch, Rhoda Untrif, Vice-President, Barbara Jacobson, Secretary, Row 2: Al Beitchman, Judy Bell, Sybil Horowitz, Public Relations Chairrnang Ronnie Belzer, President. bh ly , Seated: Judy Hendrix, Secretary-Treasurer, Gerre Lee Patterson, Vice-Presidentg Judy Golitko, President, Don Emlerg Row 2: Carl R. Carlsen, Minister of Education, Broadway Methodist l Churchg Elizabeth McCartney, Joann Blank, Florence Neely, Hardin Van De-ursen. , l52 l 1 P Y' 'l 6 i X, .f'Ff,Z CANTERBURY CLUB iv?" - fa sr O f fi i G 9 I' S John Biggs, Marge Neal, Rosemary Mollett, Ann Barnard, Dr. Roma A. King, Jr., Edwin R. Luther. MEMBERS NOT Officers: PICTURED: Dick Shoemaker, Jack Null, Claudia Lowe, John Biggs - president Jim Moore, Bob Yates, Pat Musick, Penny Nobes, Dick Shoemaker ...... ...... V ice-President Jack Null .................... ............ S ecretary Edwin R. Luther ........... .............. T reasurer Dr, Roma A. King, Jr ...... ....... F aculty Advisor NEVVMAN CLUB Front: Helen Boyd, Frankee Jacks, Jane Higgins, Evelyn Gomez, Back: Don Brackhahn, Martin Froeschl, Dr. William Ryan. ' ,film few? X s fri! ' M' who W ,.a, KL.-.M , Y V x ,V , wr Q? Q? Q? hf,g.,,f X gwh ff ,N 265 ,441 , 51 - ,, . Y, M L ,. .V , C, ,. ,.,m.i- ., fowl, Lif , ,JG 4 fl , M -'A- - ,-. at ., .. ,, , Lf s ' 'fi gl B1 ,-.,,,.2., . ' .i - 44 M 'lx az 1 f ,. 1.411 5 J W ffj'-'. Hg, ,1 Fron : H. Ra mond Tool, Robert McNees, Gerald J. Popenmeier, Jerry J. Cole, President, Myron N. Jorgenseng Row 2: Jamds Moffall, Gary Dunlap, Stanley Katzman, Stanley R. Holmer, Howard L. Cravens, Curtis J. Forsythe. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED: David Crisafe, Vice-President, Dick Raynor, Secretary-Treasurer, Judy Blakeley, Sylvia Dillon, Lorraine Frank- enstein, Lois Lage, Wayne Patton, Charles Schultz, Charles Snyder. Paul Ward, David Ziemer, John Dunn, Carol Mullins, David O'Connor. 22 ,fl F l 5 fu ,ft V r, V 4, f' . fy f f S ' Zim rl ,fm ' 4 .7miT- 1 ,-1 ,,. ,wa J, l'T1C AMERICAN CIEEEMICAIJ SCCIETY S'b'L1C1eI1'lL affiliate Front Row: Nancy Worthington, Rosalee Saladino, Sandra Casser, Carolyn Dickson, Carolyn Smith, Dick Gardner, Lyle Willits, clw Sal Polmag Row 2: Charles E. Thomas, Joyce Banken, Sister Mariella SSM, William Davis, John Lyon, Ray Pagacz, Jim Ray, Dave Callaway, Bill Richmond, Row 3: Howard Roberts, C-Ienn'Thornas, John Joseph, Ron Hower, Ralph Ritter, Victor Battle, H. K. Sarian, Fred Fellers, Don Smith, Row 4: Cliff Triplett, Ed Muckenthaler, Jerry Myers. AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION l54 5 J fn? T- s ll Vs 5 its Ik ,x V' E ZZ 1 Q. 7 J 2 ,E 1 ff? 271' LS' TY ,ate X Sr Front: Judith Cole, Dorothy Sue Hannon, Treasurer, Karen Messmer, Roger Morris, Presidentg Jane Higgins, Vice-President, Margie Neal, Aideh Nur-Il-Deen, Suzamne Aupechtg Dr. William L. Crain Faculty Advisor, Jim Turner, Jim Boyer, Jerry Dickson, Terry Laidley, M. Louis Selvey, John Good win, Pat McLaughlin. LE CIRCLE FRANCAIS EL CLUB ASTUEIAS Seated: Betty Sue Zeligman, Presidentg Sandra Matters, Secretary-Treasurer, Evelyn Gomezg Stand- ing: Dalton Smith, Carol Thomas, Germain Lozano, Tom Harris. 5, qw Y, ei ON SW fu .GPM , xg . X K W , , e . A ws QM- gy Qeiigg Jaw W H "gy t f ,g, X x ,LMS Y .fiwygfggs -few, MW xx. ,x X x as 0 1' SQ Q 5 f' , 1 5 'Q 'L x .ff '. f K ix, ' 1 X ', X , vffflwi' A I ff if S S ' -55.51 ,' ,iff ' , MA' , , Y, 4 S : 22 , Qs if Xwzfvs , X .. ' L"ww?J f , K , 4f N .xfix K N92 ff Q 2712 fx k Rf X ' fx ' xx f ,af , fl 1 W ' Xww, .. 1 lf: ,f fl. xx 5' ' 74Zfr"' 'f " X W-Mril.. ,ESP ff' " A A L S ! v3ym,i"gf2342MElg L jay, ,,fgN:i.f A 214. A f ,Q il Q, m42E?iNi'a'2' - ww-.mv ggfggi , ,x 6 fglgsss as: 227' 'xgimif Y' X Q . 1 f ff'wZ2W .I .2 Q 7, , i x ffgwn 71,7 ,, L AVE .lb of Ihair- year iulat- usu- ereby r dis- func- cam- Hon- d and Ann f the terary nning harles rin R. Kward Front Row: Joe Gregg, Joanne Christiansen, Sheila Norton, Claudia Lowe, Harry Snyder, Buddy Zimmer, Row 2: Judie Fields Pat Williams, Jane Higgins, C-allaton Thomas, Row 3: Marshall Saper, Frank Jamison, Jim Kelly. UKC PLAYERS JOE C-REC-C as President - . officers X HRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Joe Gregg .......,...., ..,.... P resident ...................... Joe Gregg Sheila Norton ,,,,.,,,,... Vice-President..- ..... . -Frank Jamison Nan Wilcox .,,,,,,,,,, .,---Rec- Secretary--- .......... Pat Williams Joanne Christensen.--Corr. Secretary--..---.--. Clal-ldla Lowe ,,,.,,,,,....... Treasurer .............. Jim B .Marshal Saper Buddy Zimmer F Oyer ....,, ,,,,,,,,, - Sergeant-at-Armss .............. Jim Boyer rank Jamison .....,,. --Parliamentarian--. ,,.,.. -..Claudia Lowe Har 'Y Snyder -----,---, ---Pledge Trainer.-- .......... Harry Snyder Founded over twenty years ago, The University Players are among the oldest and most active groups on campus. This year, meeting twice monthly, the Players spent two interesting semesters which included parties, initiations, and even a recorded performance with Ta- lulah Bankhead. In December they and the Neuman Club presented jointly the famous morality play, "Everyman", which was a well- received success. In May, the group's second project, "An Evening With the Players" was held in-the-round, and included scenes from plays, monologues, etc. As usual, the Players entered the Bum Friday Skit Contest, backed candidates for the Beauty and Beast Dance, and participated in the Playhouse productions. ln Le Bourgeois C-entilhomme the group was es- pecially well represented by tive cast members and the Assistant Director. l57 -7 gwh TEACEIE RS N'CD'VV' TRAINING- Programs for TNT meetings for the year were marked by talks by leaders in the field of education. Children's books were contributed to CARE, and a book sale and Christmas party was sponsored in co- operation with the Education School Council. The Council sponsored a bake sale, get-acquainted teas, the annual High School Day and Candlelight Ball, and left as its gift to the school a trophy bearing the name of each Council president. Front: Hazel Evans, President, Spring, Treasurer, Fall, Sherry Leeds, Publicity, Spring, Joanne Sipe, Vice-Presi- dent, Spring, Judy Bell, Secretary, Spring, Sue Willson, President, Fall, Row Z: Linda Cureton, Elizabeth Long, Ruth lllmer, Publicity, Fall, Linda Zeligman, Jane Had- den, Faculty Advisor, Sybil Horowitz. ,Jai ITIC Front: Odette Jacob, Sandra Yukon, Sudesh Katyal, Secretary, A'd h N -ll-D Ed ' Treasurer, Row 2: Edwin L. Bello, Esam Dajani, Vice-President, Bill eDudleLyr Alfoiilnlkrnollg' lfclslfnsl Americo Hernandez-Vargos, Rafael Caler lvlota, Paul Dinelli, President, Lidnel Gale, Jon Ma,-ks: CCDSISZECDPCDLITAJSI' CLUB S ' l 158 sf, 4 W? . 7 Quai! qi: 'LL Q55 1 24 51 I i if ir, W ,, I' W, ,rigs 'E 'Nr . . . sc.- .mu s -- s,..!cgs.ss- I-55 RETAIL ASSOCIATES Seated Miss Vivian Mousselet Gloria Fischer Sandra Crowley Row 2: Bruce Haywood, Brooks Terry, Bob Scott, mc Bob Crow Gilbert Goss Row 3 Larry Allen Bill Austin Dick Mitchell. The Retail Associates' aim is to unite all stu- dents interested in retailing and to bring them closer together with retail executives. lt also encourages participation in Business School ac- tivities and promotion of the school in the business world. During the year the Retail Associates spon- sored a number of speakers on campus and participated in tours of local business estab- lishments. An outstanding activity of the year was the Merchants' Luncheon when the students met with store presidents and other store execu- tives. 159 This year, as before, has been a good year for UKC. New deans were appointed, the Chan- cellor was inaugurated, and the new IBM ma- chines started clicking and whirring away in the registration office. The Second Quarter Century program was a tremendous success with visiting artists, musicians, and intellec- tuals from across the country coming to spread their knowledge thru-out the Kansas City area via UKC. Electra went to New York, and Gian- nini came here to conduct the opening of his opera. Plans rocketed ahead on new buildings and consolidation of the campus. The usual social events took place, Dr. Royall gave the same Physical Science exams, and Mike Wag- ner still shocked the young Freshmen with his raw look at the cultures of the world. The Student Council was split assunder by new controlling factions and the spring elections were confused. The year flashed byg now it's past thru the door into history. 0 i. bh " Q ,LM f, : Dx 21' Z 45? A I if I P . 4 , ,Ly 1 ,tw l , Q i 5 ln r - - xxx 5 '! P V, I W , 5 r i ! 4 I ,li 2 'fffl 1... 5 ,5- 'mwix 37 u , 41 Y ,,..-'1- -H. 1 J if 'V, , 4' .. - f 2 1' G, xml, M' ,- 'ff-3 f5'.V,n: V -r'fA:'4 'SL 1 ','l4 " h ,,' 'V,.f iW,g,4,W VA ,, g m .M 6 :L f , Q' , Aim . ,f'1'Xfw , ,fqJ"'4Q.gw4.f,,,v,,,, , WW 1 AVZYW., , ffgfmfyg, 1 in ' S Ffxtifr At the opening of the "activities thru the year" division, we would like to pause for a backward look to the first issue of the Kangaroo, edited in l939 by Howard C-osage. This is a reproduction of its cover, drawn by Walt Disney as a favor to the University. So from l939 we jump 20 years to this, the l959 Kangaroo. From Monday through Saturday the whirl gf orientation week catches the poor unsus- pecting new students in the organized con- fusion of the first days at an urban University, but for the upper classmen it is a time for hearing the last three months' gossip, starting and renewing frendships interrupted by sum- mer vacations. New students are herded about like sheep at shearing time, with the all- knowing upperclassmen spouting forth vol- umes of impertinent information, to match the words-to-the-wise of the eminent faculty. Forgetting their confusion for one night, the new students have an oppotrunity to see what this University has to offer in the way of companionship. The former students have a chance to meet the latest crop of freshmen females, as well as finish the gossip sessions started the day before. Once friends are made, campus life starts with complete togetherness as work on the skits gets underway. By Saturday night orien- tation co-chairmen Pete Donnici and Mel Freed were more than happy to announce the skits ls this a case of the blind and the blind, perhaps? ' J Orientation week was graced by sunny weather and new students and old alike gathered on the Patio. ITT ITIC l63 ...ai l il' il i l , ll , l ll lfi ll F ill il A A1 fill lf frog dh! el gl ,V il. ll ,i . ell lil l l iii li ,rl - l lil llf' l ii, I lil Uv, ll? il 4, li ll 4 l l i l i k l 1 2 were a success and the Geology club was the winner of first prize for the Activities in Action boothp Assisting Pete and Mel on Orientation were: Linda O'Dell, Truman Dollar, Jack Null, Sarah Gilmore, Glenda Sanning, Dick Nylund, Dick Shoemaker, Joanne Conway, Dave Gri- safe, Linda Gureton, Chas. Lewis, Virginia Gunner, Jess LaPuma, Dena Spielberger, Don Emler, Janice Jones, and Lem Hutton. By the end of the week all the new students have been thoroughly indoctrinated with the many campus traditions to be quickly forgotten and ignored. Mentally fatigued by the battery of tests to prove their worthiness of attending UKC, and still not too sure what all those columns of letters and numbers mean on the class schedule, they have begun to wonder when they will become acquainted with any- thing approaching an academic function or if classes are actually held on this busy little campus. Finally the big day arrives and after a "short" wait in the line, the process of filling out the confusing little cards that have to be marked with a soft pencil or ball-point begins, and all they have to do is find the right in- formation to circle. Such is the start of the school year, with the new students joining the ranks of culture vultures. TTT Tha cashier's ovah thet way a mite. 0 I I , ,fy 'y 'K My 164 1 1 5 r v I 7 . , 5- V . 1 4 1 i ,.7 , 1 - 1 V W I s I . r I , I ,V 1 u , n 1" 1 11 1 11 1 11 1 1 . 1111 1 111 . 1 1 , 11 , .1 1 I 111 E, ff .11 1 111 11 1 1 1 1 ' 6 1 1 3 1 4 11 'Q 1 Xf of 1111 . l 1 1 111 1 ya if 111 f 111' l 1 1.1 1 1 1:1 . 1 1 We 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 '11 1 11 . 11 11 1'1 ,1' ' 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 ' 1. 1 1111 1'1 1' 11 1 . 111 '1 1 11 11, 1 1 1 1 ' 1 11 , -11: 11 1.11 1 V 11 1. 11' 11 1 11 1 1: 11, I1 11 o 1 1. If 1 1 1' 1 1' ' l ' 1 11 '1 1 11 11' 1111 11 . 1 .11 . 1 - 11 '1 '1 I . .W Nw. .X if 46M Unusual decorations festooned the Roost. gwh Jo Holmgren and Guy Gillette. gwh With autumn decorations en- hanced by two orange and white parachutes, a burbling fountain and cornstalks, the Business School presented their annual dinner-dance in the Roost. The music was by the Three Scampsg the dance chair- man, Cilbert C-ose. The annual Law School Holiday dance was held at Holiday House in Mer- riam, Kansas. The dance, spon- sored by the Student Bar Asso- ciation, was open to all law students free of charge and was well attended. fmvwioofdmwe I 1 ' I w 4 , V 'f f e 2 A21 --I 'J L. Q ,I N n n n I n 5 gl lf! 5 5 i if K if if 429 F1 5 5 n i A Well, you see . . . it is a foreign car . . ciw Jkfewlzce Qzwespie Quo-haw Queen Has anyone seen Santa around the tree? i .. f 9 I 4 ' :- l If E l fi fi - n L X 175. 1 -Q 1 1 L 3 e' cjvv qw 'I Q 170 4 1 . , ,, E x I Q I 1 V V i, ,W ' ' I 'f 1 3 4 - 7 y necessary evils to interfere First the two weeks provided ample opportunity to find a Sympathetic merchant who would hire a poor broken down student for the busy sales weeks preceding Christmas. Then there were those students, rare on this campus, who could use the excuse that they should be "home" for the holidays, "home" being as far from Kan- sas City as possible. A few fortunates were able to afford a much needed trip for the vacation period. But there were a miserable few who could find no place to go, or nothing to do, and ended up in the library to stare out the windows at the swriling snow, dream- ing of those friends in Colorado skiing their lives away, or making money hand over fist in the crowded down-town stores. Study? What was the use, only one more week of classes left, and it was much too late to start that paper due a week ago, or to try to read those seven plays due last month. Better to find others as sad as thou, and spend the va- cation philosophizing on the evils of the Amer- ican educational system and possible correc- tions thereof . . . But everybody hada Happy "NP fit'- on at W 1 ,, Y , 4 , , M ,, ,s .W , 577,7 2 V 3 if 4 r rrrrrri , T r T, 1, me ' rf it if , I Q , QA I-arfls,f,f UDENT lymnx Kofmec Even if you are the queen of the May, Dr, Dowgray still says you sleep in class. fPeggy Maness, Don Brackhahnl '-I Sf' FT1 C , But you HAVE to be a senior to enroll in Bowling 429! lCharles St. John, Chas. Lewisl Overshadowed by many inches of deep-fluffy snow, only a few brave new students strag- gled in to be oriented by Don Emler and Mike lVloore's hard working committee. The tours and lectures were abbreviated, which was un- doubtedly appreciated by the new students. The second semester got off to a fast start with the first half of the "split" Homecoming activities. The Homecoming displays, set up around the campus to help raise the spirits of the student body, added a good deal to the feeling of the celebration. The Baptist Student Union was awarded the trophy for the best display. V NEI uffy 'rag- Aike ours un- ants Start 'ning f up ts of r the :dent best CDQQQH LMGKQSS Cgrtowtecowung Queen f 4 QW' V S 117 ,WW ,,,, , t iQt X xl flew Peggy Maness, A 8 S Freshman, was crowned Homecoming Queen at the half time period of the thrilling battle between the Kangies and Sterling College. The victory of UKC's team added to the successful festivities co- chairmaned by Jeanne Zuk and Marshall Saper. The golden tones of communicator Chuck Goodman added as much to the occa- sion as the music of the Harlan Livingood orchestra did to the informal dance following the game. Delta Chi fraternity created the eighth wonder of the world by transforming our barren, cavernous gym into a setting worthy of New York's most beautiful, intimate night clubs. Great ingenuity was used in developing the traditional "Heaven and Hell" theme of this year's annual ball, which commemorated the twentieth anniversary of the Bounders, prede- cessors of Delta Chi. Surrounded in heaven by pearlywgates and lofty clouds, Miss Nancy Krause became Sweetheart of the fraternity men, who sanctified the moment by serenading their charming mascot. The sexy, female, cardboard devil who presided over "Hell' was so pleased with the affair that she reprieved from her land of torment "Monk" Montgomery and George Kerr, chairmen of the dance. Sin- ners and angels alike rejoiced as Delta Chi proved a frat is more than just a collection of empty beer cans. lt takes a heap of crepe paper 1 Q l Q i ii 'l i ,i ll ii li is i 5 i l G , l .l l 5 . , , i i ' ' , 1 i l 1, i i i , il i gl l fll il ig i ,Ml 4 ll l 'il . . Fi il , li 1, l 1' 3 l l 1 5 L l l , 1 ii ,l .,, l lil , i , . l l ,i,, I . 5 2 lf Il' l I L . . l l l l l . Hugs, .V li . 4 l 4 if Wi' Pete Donnici and Dick Montgomery salute the Delta Chi Sweet- m heart, Nancy Krause. Washington Day Banquet: Miss Ida C-. Turner, Judge Arthur J J. Stanley, Jr., Elmer F. Pierson, Roy K. Dietrick, Mrs. Richard M. Drake, Mr. Clarence O. Woolsey, Dr. Richard M. Drake, Willard L. Phillips, Judge Laurence M. Hyde, Miss Charlotte Thayer, Judge James W. Broaddus, Mrs. Robert Jones, Dean Leslie L. Eisenbrandt, Mrs. James W. Broaddus, Dean John M. Speca Dean S. Wheadon Bloch. x f! XS X f x N S5 QXN X ix xX ww lj KIQN i l78 Law Day this year featured speakers and Seminars on "Legal Aspects of Small Business Assistancel' and the annual Washington Day Dinner. Graduating classes of '09, 'l9, '29, '39 and '49 were guests of honor at the event commemorating the 64th aniversary of the founding of the School of Law. Clarence 0' Woolsey, president, Missouri Bar Association, 8 was the guest speaker. At the annual meetin of Omicron Kappa Upsilon, national dentistry honor society, Dr. Frank Carothers was named as this year's honorary member. Each year a practitioner in the area who has made an out. standing contribution in the field of dentistry is selected to be a member of OKU. Each year the top ten per cent of the graduating class is received as members. . sr Bob Jones tells alumni of current law school activities. S and sinegs '1 Day 9, '39 event if the ace O, lation, eeting ntistry named year a n out- ntistry th year g class Sf SI' ,ww 7 'W X,"-f-ft w fi , LZ? N., Q ff-f .4 jri,719mz,14 fr' gs ' :f ,X f My .-,Hal firm- , H Zfiiv 32 77 ffrt 3 f -N, , ,A .I X 5,,,1 -X f A , The Muehlebach Hotel was the scene of the annual Omicron Kappa Upsilon meeting Febru-HYY 2lSf- A Av I fy , M-af if , ,fi Z 9 V ..f"'r Dr. Allen O, Gruebbel congratulates new OKU member Dr. Frank Carothers. "',-45 9 I I ! 1 1 .1 'l A A I 1 I 1 is MWF? in , .. . :sw ,- PM .. ww- ,N ss K9 it n ,Q ig, gil, A .. 1 9 - ff 'l ' ,, , 5 1 , 4 al E ll ,, ,asses WAS ' 5, f - 5 A ,MJ 3, it V1 .s ,-i, A 2 , W V . ., L, , M, ,W VVVVV,, AWJ- L..s...,,.a'a,,.a,...- WM' ,mmm . f M.. f """ 5 , N -A 37f.a,.,"" " - "5 1- , , ,..... if Q ,1 .,, ,1 4 , .i i ,435 . XX. ,ry ,A me S 'gas ff ? -,N PHARMACY FIELD TRlP: Front Row, left to right: Carolyn Dickson, Carolyn Smith, Donald Smith, David Burnstein, William E. Davis, James Ray, Mrs. Noel Nuessle, Dr, Noel O. Nuessle, Lorain Jagles, Richard Leder. Second Row: Gwen Dillsaver, Diane Ritter, Ralph Ritter, Thomas Todd, Barbara Hower, Ronald Hower, Lyle W. Willets, Mrs. Nea Willets, Jerry Myers. Third Row: Ray Pagacz, Howard Eppinger, John Lyon, David Callaway, Gloria Callaway, Joyce Banken, Robert Evans, Howard Roberts, Claude Griffin, Robert Bailey, James Neff. Fourth Row: Mrs. Muckenthaler, Edwin Muckenthaler, Roger Morain, Eugene Peterson, Gerald Laffoon. Juniors and seniors and the wives in the School of Pharmacy spenta three day field trip visiting the Lilly Laboratories at Indianapolis, lndiana The 78th Annual Conference of the Alumni Association, School of Dentistry, was held at the Hotel Muehlebach. The Conference featured f J J both informative talks and social activities for dentists and dental sr hygienists in the Kansas City area. This year UKC opened a new distinction. Due to conflicts in schedulinl and advanced planning the students and alums maintained segregalff celebrations of the fact they came home. The returning alumni spenl a day touring the campus and reliving their green years. Climaxingllli day's activities were a cocktail hour and banquet, highlighted by tlf presentation of distinguished alumni award to James A. Hazlett, super' intendent of Kansas City Public Schools, Dr. John M. Clayton, derjtisl, Judge Arthur J. Stanley Jr., United States District Court, H. Wallafi Jones, pharmacist, and Mrs. Vivian Shepherd, Executive Director Ol the Rehabilitation Institute in Kansas City. Representing the studefll body at the affair were Peggy Maness, Basketball Homecoming Qlleel and Marshall Saper, student liason on the Alumni Homecoming COW' mittee. All parties concerned hope that the alums and students will gall togetherness in celebrating future Homecomings. , Y 2 ,f l 182 , V1 s. 3 3 : :, ' , me s :fl-fam, s f '-fx f, 'J' 5' X732 f V 7 7, J f,, ' f .f ft y spent a a, lndiana. School ot i featured 1d dental cheduling segregated nni spent taxing the zd by the att, super- 1, dentist: . Wallace irector of ie student fig Queen, ming Corri- s will gain ' . , - X . 1 l 1 1 Y' ' X . i 4 4 9 Q fjjfxlf' G ""'D-www A 3 s iii: QM '? . x nf. ,. "KIND , .0 WL, t 4 1' x. ,X QW' -S M-f . .K , , ,W 'N i 3 X 3, N -vm . M ffrgvlm 1 . . -7 .ik-..,., 1 pm is fff , 3,2539 ffgzf Q wfx 1 3 x 42 X2 M 3 MWA 6 f ,L- Q,- , f . f,,. , JL, ug. - f f 1 1 'fi ,,,, Y fy ,W..p1f' V Ai 'gif '1 I X l . fa ff x max Af, Mp A M oanne Qmpe Uau Uiappa Qpsdon Qweetheant Thad Houston and Sandy Barnett. Sf' z last f the Jdidly rmen 'ation arried Ielier, about ations ance, Jnior, s and Jesse sang Dick 7. The ary of 1 fra- Sl' - am an . W , 2 x , v 4 Judy Golitko and Esam Dajani. st K! Helen Boyd and Frank Jamison. Sf 189 Q Q 3 .1 A 1 1 's irned Out lSIl"1g and werrily all lones, on tion, pre, FHQS, who ll'lSaS nexi- VQF6 pre, ciation of well ewh This is my OFICQ a year day, ,f ,rw ,,,,' d ,WA 5 f , W , we f sf 77 I . f : f 'VQQE X 7 xt ,Jfff il '., 1 r if :L ,ffm . ss ,Za Qi?- 5 The deities graced our fair school rnost gener- ously, for they saw tit to bestow on its carn- EU.Sll9S a day ot raucous misdemeanor, Burn t.l'ClaY. which has become a cherished tradi- 'OW This was the time when student apathy Leaclled a thundering climax, as more students ecame more disinterested in more activities lien during any other single clay. In anticipa- i lol' Of The holy day itself, a vast handful of nulldents gathered in the Roost Thursday eve- lmg l0V What was known as the Hobo Dance. 44711, f -L t W, s K tttt M I JZ I S NV, t ,R S0 f g, 5 'T ' ff f , A V . , .k V X ,, 5 . mf X J Q4 . W 9,f,,W,vf, K., fl xx 'f gm, V I fall ' Qs 1' X' ' - X fx' i -1 if -' 1 41 , osx , t ,H X X X NL, 1 1 N Q' ksjtf' gf , ,, V t,.. cw V, W in - Z f .A 5,3 0, . ,Zhi X 3 X gsm f ,f . ffl K fy X' f so :W msg. . ,W s ' - cs f , ,f Who me, a bum? Si' WW What happened to the old Glenn Miller records? l l i i i I l 1, l ii i I ssc 'X i 5 i , l 'QL 5 2 Zi P 1 23 gl Q fi What a barbaric custom. i l 'W i 1 F ! 23 I Q , . M M xl 5 Patched blue jeans and straw hats lent a Con. tinental atmosphere to the evening, which wig highlighted by the selection of the King ang Queen of Bums, Bob Lee -and Peggy Manegi respectfully, as well as the announcement tha' Chas. Lewis won the beard-growing contest Prizes included a year's subscription to "Col- lier's," a season pass to all basketball game of Central Quebec High School, and an auto- graphed picture of Rock Finster. Friday dis- appointed many students by dawning brigh: and balmy, At ten o'clock the 'field sporis began on the athletic field, site of a milling throng of six people. Events included a base- The C ball and, threi of p quic acHw pora lar, quot hair man bing taler Iunc inhn l i l i l , Q s 2 il 1 31 Y l 92 i il I Q K x , , , -5.7 4 . f-1 1 Wh X A , 1, Y x , I ,,, JC- Q Fr' "f, f-f,,,.,'f' f 'Lfaf9"fQ5' Vi 1 'ff ' 5: 7 Vw'-fu -f, xkryz? "' ,J , " L 1,4 an ' f' ,,r1?'rf"W' 1' iflllq ff f'-H ff" .' ,,..w fly? fy hj " " -zz , - ,, Kiwi 25 if 4?- X f- . f . ' 2' ,,, P' L ' If 1 fit! 4 X- V L' 9' ' A 464' ., fi ' ' ' - .f WW , A" 0' if Mfr - lip, Yi , f 'gas' 1 ,Ay ' 1' vi 7? ., 1-gi 11 LW6 ' Mwfiff, ff , 'M ff . il ,. Y 5 A Q ' E J yt ' if 54' , A x , is '35 mf .- , K, r ,, A 1 ' ' 4 'gg ' , ' 2. A M 4 JW' FF' 5' ,, f fv A A f X 0 ,wi we- vain' f uvahxii 5 .X nf? f , fn , 4 :fi 4 aw MZ, ,Qf fffz f f ff f, ,l,W' 1 1 , f,, 1 r 1 F A P A W 5 I r "W ' X I - I W ' , Y' f 1 1 1 1 I 1 Mike Conrad and Janice Jones. The second annual Can- dlelight Ball, sponsored by the School of Education Student Council was held in the romantic setting of Epperson House. The dra- matically decorated ball was an all-school affair, Open to the student body. The tradition of leaving an object to remain in Epperson House, started by last year's council, was Carried on this year by the Council giving a presi- dent's trophy with the names of the council's Presidents engraved on it. The second Education Sfudent Award was pre- sented by Dean Speer at The intermission. ff ,W YW' Whether they are called milestones to pass by, or doorways to pass thru, there are certain events in life which mark achievements of certain aspirations, and fulfillment of certain plans. Cer- tainly for every graduate in the black- robed procession that passes thru the doorway of Haag Hall onto the Quad, that brief thrilling moment with the Chancellor represents the culmination of endless weeks and months of study, worry, frustration, and sacrifice of eco- nomic stability and social activity, star- lit with moments of soaring hopes and jubilation over small successes. Per- haps the procession that strides so proudly across the campus of The Uni- versity of Kansas City represents more alterations of plans, disappointments, frustrations, and near-catches of the brass ring per mortar board than most graduation processions. To those who have reached this plateau, The Univer- sity wishes you Godspeed and admon- inshes you to continue climbing.-jlh 5 , ss X gs tt NS Q, at s w ,. 1 l A Q I i X 1 as il tit . . . l . , ff 4 ss gs . XX Q11 3, s xff,,,, ,, to are ark ns, er- :k- 'he ad, he on iv. IO- ar- nd er- so 'ii- are l'S, he JST ho ar- n.. lh S.-4 ff Maj I T' it , H., f 1 W 4 ,f 'ff 4 7 f f f 2 X '72, i Z! li l 5 l Nye-u. ,ww ' 7 , . l l l'ff' ' X WM 'If l Zta-.. ff , , , f feet l ' l """"""""'-"" l Q ,,,,,,, , , A , 'W L ' ss.: wx, , f WFfN,,' ii-lpvifvifk if ' 5,2 '21S3:?1i7W1?iEx3 f f T X - H f V , ww., ,,f, f .gsfhwf fm ' ' 'ff ,f Seated: Mrs. Reta H. Mitchell, Instructor in Speech, Assistant Debate Coach, Dr. Jack W. Murphy, Debate Coach. Standing: Pat Williams, Thad Houston, Alford Arnold, Richard Replogle, Jim Kordash, Truman Dollar, Diana Doran. NOT PICTURED: Vernon Kalina. l l l A-A.. DEBATE TEAM Entering intercollegiate activity tor the third year, the Debate Team coped many awards in the various tournaments and meets. Mrs. Reta Hough Mitchell assisted Dr. Jack Murphy in coaching the team for the year's topic, "Re- solved: that the further development of nu- clear weapons should be prohibited by inter- national agreementf' Highlight of the season was an exhibition debate April Z2 between Richard Replogle and Truman Dollar and a team of instructors from two schools in Eng- land representing the University of London. Topic tor the debate: "Resolved: The United States ls Not Fitted to Lead the Western World." 199 i 4 i 200 OFFICE ?Eejated:FPhZjfllis Bogardus, Associate Editorg Louis C. DeFeo, Editor in Chief Kamilla Mazanec Associate - ' . . ' .ior, re eric C, Herzog, Row 2. Edward L, Fitzwald, John R. Hutcherson William O Eisler Thomas E Sims, James S. Cottingham, Tom Graves. NOT PICTURED: Richard lVlcKelvey The University of Kansas City Law Review The University of Kansas City Law Review is published quarterly by the students of the law school and contains articles of both students and lawyers and judges in the city. Published first in i932 as the Kansas City Law Review, it has a reputation for outstanding quality with subscribers from all parts of the world. Louis C. DeFeo, Jr., was Editor-in-Chief this year, aided by Phyllis Bogardus, Kamilla lvlazenec and Richard lVlcKelvey, Associate Editors. Edward L. Fitzgerald, Samuel Cotting- ham, Fred Herzog, Thomas Graves, John Hutcherson, Thomas Sims, and William Eisler served on the editorial board. Business Man- ager was John R. Couture and Faculty Advisor, Chandler Rogers. l l l ll K ,iv H-vvvvvw -iv+A.l,,Y 3 X x ,X W .N 4 THE U-NEWS Jw Mudd 04110 V af in I E 4 w l 3 5 P A Vol. 26 The University of Kansas City, Wednesday, Fbruuai y 4, 1959 No, 15 UKC Favored to Win In an unprecedented inaugural ceremony at the University of Kansas f' .y, condvfged privately for tl' faculty and trustees, but telecast to tb' community over six television stations of the Kansas rim area. Dr.-.RicJ1arrl..M. Drake Rdmkin Uimri ted 'l'olI1llead9PdEIlUer Dr. Lawrence A. Kirnpton, chancellor of the Unive' ty of Chicago anf' .1 former cl' il of the college 2' ,ie Universi, of Kansas City, .fe the inar ,ural address. ' great univ sity is a spirit, ' .nood, an atv sphere, that some- how lransce is men and money CHARLES LEWIS BUSINESS MANAGER ever had .a greater challenge." Six- ty-five per cent of last year's en- tering students ranked above the average in the national aptitude test.. fortv ner cent in the ton auar- 202 Discussing school exp the next quarter centuri chancellor said: "It is n to get the colleges rear onslaught of increased 61 but we had better begir To the area televisior the educator said the of Kansas City could ex ities or remain at the p and try to determine your sons and daughte refused admittance." E it will cost the comn said,--either in dollars I trated uneducated your "The choice is obvious hope it is to you," he cli "Creativeness and ori solving its problems" is U of the democratic syste clared. Chancellor Drs that under his administration the university would not "be stamped- ed into a totalitarian system of JESS LA PUMA ASSOCIATE EDITOR education. "It will continue to be creative, it will carefully examine itself, the needs of the community, its stu- dents, its programs. "It will make every effort to ex- pand to take your Worthy sons and daughters and 'provide for them the finest education to be had." Nearly 700 messages to Dr. Drake from other university heads hailed the inauguration, which "brings the challenges of higher education to a large television m1rIienr'e" as 9 Unvnlr-nrnn rlenarfure Appear Friday Dr. Mark Van Doren, a former pulitzer prize winner, will lecture on his works at 8 p.m., F1'1daY night QApril 105 in the Playhwse at The University. Dr. Van Doren, who won the Pulitzer prize for his 'Collected P0em5" in 1940, plans to devote more time to his writing after his retirement from Columbia Univer- sity where he has taught 111 the He assures Q DOI. be sta itarian system continue mg creative, its tinually emi of the commit its academicp The challer is to continue. gress imap higher caliber generationsf come. The Unit City willbe' Americanlr row mornin of the Univ: on a. float del The .HMI Walker, will and the stall 26th year Sr Royal." L1-11? TOMORll DAY! Ther takes placel At 51005 'n on thea Eifents. Fell war between! ing evenhl games. A199 win be aufff Followllll there will bf UKC'S Wt At 8150 be 3 cowl .- -M ,,., 0,0 A, x l fi' .4 V1 'll I De Cr To ,fav- ,,,-ill' UN Publis tl Edit: Assor Assis B u5i1 Carta Pldyh Educ' Sport A C Se C intel mun to a Prol a.m. sity T j ecte with with latic to p P Dr. of I tal D. Mez fa- f- Qfrftgrw Q i qp.. , if 4:01, .,,.,,q,., -.', z e:g:g,,fg5:5f-egg, '13:fC'55":fbfl fmfmrf I--1".4EZ:i:r A .... ,,1.,,,, ?-IW ' Ljvij- ,I iiffi E?.,:ff'3:f ziffslwaag .,:q,-'Q-pgg usage-G assures tha l not be stam :ian systemo ltinue to be ativeg it will ually examin the communil academic pri I'he challenge to continuet :ss and pro' gher calibero aerations of IIC. 1 The UnlveI Jity will be Y' Lmerican Ros '0W 1n0l'l1lng- sf the Univerf in a float dell The iflaafty d Walker, willh md the Stalin zstn year Stl' Royal." J TOMORR0l IAYl The H lkes place llli At 5:00 the . the alhk 111 on turf vents. F63 th var betwefn 2, ven :lines Also'- wiu be 25 Coil F0ll0Wmg there will . 7 . is talelll At 8:3013 be 3 Com bt DfiHaIdIndsRep-ioge to DebaCa Lomndid eleaters CravMcl Lalratlnaueand WId ams TOBucloicipaIev n Progs aimsed IINIVERSITY News Published weekly for the students ol the University of Kansas City, Kansas City, Mo. Editor ............. JACK Num. Assooiate Editor . . .Jess LAPUMA Assistant Editors . DENNIS ALIEN FRED Wn.x1Ns Business Manager. .CHAs. LEWIS Cartoonist-Bruce Holman Playhouse-Joe Gregg Education-Linda Cureton Sports-Jerry Dickson Although an ,epidemic oispring fever appears' imminent the De- -. ,'a+1x , Vtlur 3, pril and uivdrsity 'will at- t H nfer- lt nikrah, I - jones, ro af: and ereuce is the dem- formula- JERRY DICKSON hich the SPORTS EDITOR Continued nn page 5 lesllfute onotlrbde ESSQJCIIS Sershar Samrday Ex. prll ll Ci fi I I ftaaif 1 I nity' Studies, Inc., Kansas City, Rf, inter ff, S . Q5 4 mlm Q? to 3 C gum. J , 1 I a n me ' Wllh 7 I if I I .... with I A .- 0 P I S. Pri! FRED WILKINS D ASSISTANT EDITOR r- hxnunru Dtannnvn, :env--'-vm Of Election Research, Governrnen- lal Affairs Institute, Washington, D- C., will discuss "The Political ,- Missouri, will speak on "Stabiliz- ing Populations in the Community -Can It Be Done? Is It Desir- able?" Dr. A. Theodore Brown, Assistant Professor of History at LL- 1',T-.:un..n:l---- A "' EDUCATION NOTES By LINDA CURETON Education School is preparing for its second project of the year, which is in co-operation with the Rockhill Theatre at 46th and Troost. The council is sp0I1S01'iHS the movie, "The Red and The by APTII 7. lne tee Includes a complimentary luncheon to be served in the Lounge of the Ad- ministration Building on The Um- Me . . annss Of Changing PODUI21' verslty campus. The conference en a ' P' ' fl, Barbara Ashton, of the for Continuing Educa- University of Kansas City, ,, " - or il"r" ' the co-ordmator of the event- High School Campus Day Set for April I2 High School Campus Day .at the University of Kansas City will be attended by over two hun- dred and fifty juniors and seniors from high schools in the Mid-West area, Sunday, Apr? 12. E The day, designed for students interested in attending UKC, will start with a meeting in the Play- house on the campus where Dr. R i c h a r d M. Drake, University Playhouse By JOE GREGG During those last hectic days before a show reaches the boards, time is a very valuable commodity. This is especially true of someone who happens to be the author of the nlav. or in our case- the com- pos was HSC! Vit not DP: he the con anc 1 Un Lu' Al. DENNIS ALLEN jaclfe ASSISTANT EDITOR ,. l Atop the Antlaill By MARSHALL SAPER After existing on the brink of the grave for the past two weeks via a head cold, I have come to realize that the Word "common" as used in "the common cold" re- fers to the fact that everyone who Iflvolxgfion and Heve7fIprnertr" Ca. lin 'Lf'-'-mas, f'Ler ver- Life to Ix"l," and 1-.flip TI'f-Sy, "Sh iv f Ca.f'1s.?' we Student gov "weakening" S1 says, "It appear the structure of il is evidently we general attitude ly at the Univer :ry apathetic in nt government ments, it is defm d place for the iation to stagI se cleaning." iipe NlE Last Re Jones SC Ste The followi statements on submitted by president. Miss desire -to imprm ment from its Miss Jones f me that since 1 Student Counc: ening and the the student bor is becoming ve lation to stude its accomplishr ly the time an Student Assoc thorough "hon Where t "It is diflicu fault lies or wh ever, it is easy dent Council, Student Associ the spot when project can be i dent Council I officers go abou cere way, muc clear up most O lems. Earnesi Pe "First of all student voters tion should bf candidates whc Cf 203 T za Z ta: f 1 5 H V .QW ' A , , tgg ,' ,fu 1 4 i i 5 l we KANCARDO Jmw Lo ' H7455 fm 204 l Leading a student activity at The UniversitY of Kansas City is all too often a thankless job- Time after time, great plans are made, visu- alizing some quite original ideas, only i0 culminate, not in an event of the quality we believe The University is worthy of and shoilld become accustomed to, but in an event wl1fCli is even worse than the ones of preceeding years. These too-frequent evidences Of STU' dent apathy bring heartaches to those Of U5 who feel that the situation could and sh0Uld be better on this campus. ln the enterprise of editing the 1959 Kangaroo I have been mosf fortunate in having a harder working, more loy otl' der wh of pu nu tio lt me a T thi Br th. ap on 'rea as w. gl' he w bc Ci 1iverSifY less job- Ie, visu- only .fo ality we j should it which gceedirtg Of stu- se of Us 1 Should rprise of en most g, mofe IOYHI, and more compentent staff than any Other that has graced the office of both stu- dent publications in recent years. Only people Who have tried to accumulate great amounts Of material from divergent points on this cam- DUS can have any concept of the staggering Fumber of man hours requisite to the publica- 'ION of even the barest essential of a yearbook. thas been the constant aim of this staff, not me'e'Y to "get the thing out," but to produce ihiandard of excellence not yet equalled at B'S school. Special thanks -go to Bob and HJUCIQ for their untiring slaving throughout ae 008-day into the small hours, and more olgpreclatlon than there are words for to every- ,feaerof the crew for their blood, sweat, and as There is .a temptation to' say that as far was 'G University as a'whole is concerned, it gradn T yvorth the sacrifice of grade points and haveuation, but this is a temptation which we WHHDUT behind us as we did everything 'V' OUI' power to make this the best year- gcsglk Dgasible at The University of Kansas -N1 T lif iv Q, Q? Q4 Q .,,,,1 X sem bw LC' 'f N f - Q is f X t ff! K f 3 X g 2 si Q2 JZZ Q1? , BRU'CE HOLMAN, ASSOCIATE EDITOR BOB MUSBURC-ER, COPY EDITOR 205 'E f ANN BAIN The Kangaroo office is a world unto itself, and anyone who has not pasted copy with us until three o'clock in the morning, nor sub- sisted on Pepsi-Cola and instant mashed po- tatoes, nor played count-the-grade-points, can- not comprehend life in "Bedlam off Fifty-first street." The work has not all been drudgery however, and we have enjoyed trying to make this the best yearbook possible. We would like to say thank you to those people who came in to work with us in our times of need, and to Armand Glenn, our printer, who has given ad- vice and assistance, "have faith, it's over for another year." PAT MCLAUGHLI N iw SUSAN HOLMAN O 6 W P . f ED LAMB DENTAL REPRESENTATIVE ay X i T x ri r 1 it I i I A . 5 o f ' X fi gs ' Afinf ., gtg The purpose of the student publications is to pro- vide a record of the University, its people and ac- tivities. Doing this requires a monumental quantity of photographs. This year in an effort to provide as nearly complete coverage of individuals and events as possible, the staff photographers have taken and processed somewhat over twenty-six hundred pic- tures. Particular thanks are due Steve Rains and Pete Hoffstot who have donated their time and effort to bear a large part of this photographic labor. When you think back over the dances, the games, the club activities of the year, remember that one of the staff photographers was on hand getting pic- tures for the U-News and the Kangaroo. qv- STUDENT PUBLICATIONS P1-IOTOGRAPI-IIC: STAFF l Photographic credits as follows: Mike Conrad mc Pete Hoffstot gwh Bruce Holman bh Sieve Rains sr Jim Wallington cjw if ,L X,7'ff.,, 1d Glenn' VA',e JIM WALLINCTON in the book are keyed 1 Z ST E V E RAIN s PETE HoFFsToT 1 f f f f X Q55 X , -Qfgrliggifx N3 at :im ,, wfxglfx 7 f X xxx? X ff f f ff , wx ' Q -' C 1 I 1 . I 1 A 4 if Y fl. 21 1 ,fwf- MEN? gl g BASKETBALL TEAM ! l l KA f ,E , Once again the UKC basketball squad fought against heavy odds to keep alive the fighting spirit of the Kangies. Even though the won-lost tally was heavy on the wrong side, the boys spent a season of playing the game for the reason it was intended: as a sport. Bob Mor- gan set a new school record with his leading season score of 362 points. Leading re- bounder was Dean Marriott. The team voted Jerry Fair their most valuable player of the year. Captains for the season were Bob Morgan and Joe i Haines. i Front: Dave Hoff, Jerry Fair, Dave Hendricks, Chas. Lewis, George Hardcastle, Jim Osborn, Manager, Al Himegarnerg Row 2 ?oalE:hFShe:byEBriihB1veg, Bob Morgan, Jim Shreeve, Dean Marriott, Phil Fleming, Mike Farand, Gene C-add, Harold Wyatt ac arre , oac . rummitt. ii l I. F l 2 l il ll i l l 2lO -.4...l........-- x . , JERRY FAIR mf ITIC l P returnlrlg letterrnen DEAN MARRIOW E E L Qi 3 1 I 1 C HAROLD WYATT JW' SHREEVE BOB MORGAN mtl AQ-U. a 4 i A Ni hx I 211 4 J J 1 1 J 1 2 1 L A ' Z" ' Y " v 5 ' ii 5 'Q f s U 'if XX x li A A ff K igx ii U KC UKC UKC UKC it U KC iUKC UKC TUKC iUKC iUKC iUKC uKc uKc uKc uKc tUKC WUKC tUKC WUKC tUKC tUKC UKC UKC 'FUKC UKC UKC :IQUKC :Ze Alumni Concordia Seminary Memphis Naval Air Station Memphis Naval Air Station Westminster Southeast Missouri State Baker University 7 Fort Hays State Ottawa William Jewell Olathe Naval Air Station Westminster Olathe Naval Air Station Fort Hays State College Sterling Missouri Valley College Dillard University Graceland College Sterling College Saint Mary's Rockhurst Omaha University Graceland College Lincoln University Missouri Valley Rockhurst College Benedicting College Consumers Co-op ifidenotes home games 52 83 74 67 87 lOO 95 77 76 66 57 62 43 68 64 69 87 76 56 63 90 59 74 55 55 55 7l 80 2l3 ,, 1 J ' ' I - , V Z Y " ' 1 l i l 1 i Q I i i i l l ll i we I "2 ff , 4 ff ' f ,I tif ' 7 W M h'7p,1'f'Tf sf Cy 145 VW ,f - ' , :ff-'t i 7' 7' I " '26, , M rlli rf i W if ' - , figsgf . V V g X ,f y V Q Q N I , X S A Y ' ' gf nf " , fm - i Q6 Q Wax Q. of sr. , GX X V, ,I C .Lf-. , ff, , f . ,, , J V!! ,,,,,5,L 1 N ,, v - Q Vw, ,,ff,,, Ziff" "'2 1, .ft g,,j:g'f 'f asa 5 4,3 l University of Chicago Holiday Invitational UKC l3 points Omaha University lnvitational Mankato State 50 points South Dakota University 48 points Omaha University 28V2 points UKC 24 V2 points Morningside College 22 points Central College, lndoor 1 Lincoln University 70 points UKC 33 213 points T R A C: K 'I' E A M Cm' COW ll ' l i ll ! Kansas State College, lndoor UKC 3 points i William Jewell 67 poinli lg f UKC 56 Polnlif ig 2 l UKC lnvitational l y Lincoln University 80 Poll' Missouri Valley College 7l Polnls Graceland College 50 Pom i Westminster College 28V2 P0"ll5 UKC 23 V2 D0"'l5 Texas Relays UKC 2 Polnll ll lil Emporia Relays UKC 4 Polnls Kansas Relays Drake Relays Beloit Relays l 2l6 I t 5,1 points points points points points points points points p0intS pointS points points poinfS pOlnl5 poinTS pointS poinfS pOlr1l'5 pOlr1l5 -,hh mc Siefert Cobb Wilson Chavis Osborn' Row 2' Coach Brummitt J Montalbano, Haines, House, Shreeve, Gaddg Ffontf Wyatt, , , 9 9 1 ' 1 - MEMBERS NOT SHOWN: Bob Morgan, Jerry Fair, Gerry Reed, Carl Bolte, Jack Farrell. UKC UKC UKC UKC UKC UKC UKC UKC UKC UKC UKC UKC UKC UKC 16 Forbes Air Force 6 5 Westminster l l Warrensburg State 6 8 Olathe Naval Air Station l These games were scheduled but by press time. 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Y X wr, x - .X f j , Olympic Tray Sliding team's second season was gwh marked by avidly increased interest. bh i , ,,i 5 l l958-'59 saw much activity by fencing l enthusiasts. l l Dental students excel in informal intramural discus hurling. v 1 - 1 , - 1 - V- -. . . , 1, GIRLS BASKETBALL awww' ,-,,.-pn' TRAMPOLINE 222 Qs- ' Y gh cjw -'Li ,,"A:"' MMM, ww Y V f f y"WW,w,,,,f4"' ,J ,U ,. ,x fm' WMM ff -I ,,,,f X 1 f . . ,.,444W' CHEERLEADERS Sandra Crowley, Shirley Hand, Charlotte Hill, Karen Selden, Marilyn Hanrahan, Sharon Selden. m 223 C 1w 2 ,Ez QM , 3 M i - iffm' 'v - L ,, 71,f , , A , . , X, ,..,,.4i 1 I H 'VV' ff mask? saga , XE . 1 512125 f 'fill q wwf ' M542 nn' p6 ,ff-' -..,.",p Ll.. is '44, L , -Ms '- . xl' M I f Zigi Nelson Arn Gallery ml These buildings house institutions which co-ordinate activities with Si' WZ, is , f s f Xwffffiif .J 5 fe Nw, -- sl sQ,. , ,,.,ls W, ls ,, X 4 X we st , if ss - is 3 y,k.,44-gwxw 373 X Ms ww s Q, ff Vf . f , it f.57f'f'f1xX-:rv X f ' ,gf f ff xy Z X ff , Axolfg Z X ,W ' f xl Wh' f' f'f!' ss fd, ,XV ,,,,f itiilrsf A cv. IMEiCj.'VV'eS'b Research f f EQ x 7, x f X K 5 U , tsl Irlstltute , f f f -' f A X f f X X i I "W ze X5 My , ,W Wy, , O ' if 1, X ff X N , ll X f , X .1139 ,f - s,...,..-Q-.-as ..f"'w .h.'N""'ss, . ,M "N-W- W,M,,.,s.. ..,, -..MW-1 , ff N! sq ""'f-, ,- ff N- 'ff' , ,rg N eg, f ' ft 1 , 1 , , 1 2 E , Q . I i 1 . X l f - . - 5 I tQQ I 1 'f N s s X -. I -,r,r.... W-Wt ,, s A X - f f , ,V Q X' rr :X I , Hfvfvgliif fi . - - sr 1' Trurnan Library The University. Together they represent the cultural center of Kansas City. Linda I-Iall Library gwh L 'Sli f 4 Q 94 3, "few r 6 'Vt is X ,if A 'QA ,,,,.i i 5 l l 1 I 7 4. ,. gwh Directed by a well-experienced staff working together as a tightly integrated team, the Playhouse crew as a whole can indeed look back upon the 1958. 1959 season as one of consistently high quality productions. The most ouf. standing achievement was Dr. Mcll- rath's and Tom Buckley's opportunity to take Electra to the New York stage with Judith Evelyn. Bringing to more than 15,000 Kansas City school chil- dren their first opportunity to see a real stage show was ano ther UKC serv- ice to the Community. The Playhouse is for a great many Kansas Citians the real doorway to the University, since large percentages of the casts and audiences are not students here but members of the theatre community, The double doors of the Playhouse open for the University and the city alike to a varied fare of the art of the theatre. THE PLA VHOUSE 7759- 7757 M 1 1 ii -1 2 1 1 1 2 4 1 1 11 1 4 1 5 gwh 1 . 1 ic- 'sv P Howa Melin Rache Meeki Bertrz Mrs. Mr. C Rev. Sillers Bolliri Coope Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Hot I E. K. Mayo Mattl Mrs. Tom Photc Henr' Judge Bann Jesse Reutf Harry Towr Ba Stage 1 1 f 1 i r I x F r li ll l l 3 ll E ll l l l l 1 l l rl l l X XX 5 ,XZ Ja I X I I,,r- fl , M...- .Lug-N J. MORTON WALKER Director 'X , ' , Wide-eyed and awesome, first, sec- ZMAM M ond, and third-graders, thru the Community Children's Theatre, Inc., watched a montage of a mysterious . cave, a flying palace, a magic lamp Alladin ..........................., ......... P aul Courtney, Lonnie Reese 0 H Magician --------------------------- ------------------------------------ J errv Hyatt and omnipotent germ Smoke and Mother ................................. .................................... A nn Bain . I . if . Princess Baldroulbador .......... ....... Ci' ayle Kocker SWW In l'Onl' of 'l'l"l9ll' Very GYGS, The ET.'l?5'1121111111111i11i1121i111111"'' .... 1iiiiiiiii111111iiiiiijiiiiiijiiiiiiiij1ii1..?SLZs5'lZ3?J baffle, between the adventurous Ealisia ................. ....... J .1 ........... N ..i ........ B,.l..CVivial?2 Jolgnigwn Aladdin and the wicked Old magician row ,..,................. ....... I mmy eson, rc ray, oy u er - Stage-Manager ....... ................................................. J une Hyatt for the m38lC lamp and the beau- tiful Adora provided an exciting in- troduction to live theatre for the children. 535' 'I - . EM fr' 'rr l X' ,yfwe i X ,,,,, A , ,X ,I lm! 230 ll Fl 4 H ffl t,,-l W U51 if ff X, f 52,2 ,ff ef 1, ,Aw .,,f, M 'V ' w i x i w L A P Evwfmma gwh l l l 232 I QQ? I w ff Z 4 f i f ,awww-www. . M One of the features of the Christmas season was the production of Every- man, the late medieval morality play, presented by the University Players and the Newman Club. The one-act play was directed by Joe Gregg, President of The Players, assisted by Buddy Zimmer. Everyman is the allegorical symbol of all mankind, who must prepare himself for death, with only the assistance of his weak allies, Good Deeds and Knowledge. Everyman .,,,........ Good Deeds ........ Knowledge ....... Messenger .....,., God ...........,.. Death ........... Fellowship ........ Cousin .........,. Kindred ......... Goods ..........., Strength ........ Discretion ......... Five Wits ........ Beauty ......... Confession... Angel .....,..... Harry snvdef Joanne Christensen ,,,,....Judy -SPO'-if .. .Buddy Zimmer ,,.....James LawleSS ,,,,,,,,,,.James BOY-ef ......Dennis . Allen Patricia Williams ,.,,....Marshall Sapel ......Stewart HOCI ' ..Robert Zelko ',',',',',',','loan BF'-idelel ,,.,,.,,..Jane Hlgglns ..Sheila N0l'l0n La Puma "'11iiil.'iTZf. Wilcox Snyder stensefi S 00r P Zimmef -awless l Boyer , Allen !iIIiarY15 1 Save! ff HoCl f ZeIk0 rudefef Higglns NQHOU y Pllfna Wilc0X gwl' HARDIN VAN DEURSIN The opera, traditionally a joint presentation ofthe music and speech departments, came also into the area of the Second Quarter Century series as the composer of Taming of the Shrew, Dr. Vittorio Giannini, ap- peared as conductor for the opening night performance. The success of the opera was due in part to the fact that Dr. Giannini was able to direct rehearsals for a few nights previous to the opening. fmt at we gwh J. MORTON WALKER Lucentio ....... Tranio .......... Katharina ..... Bianca ......... Bapfista ....... Gremio ...... Hortensio ..... Biondello ...... Petruchio ...... Crumio ...... .............Larry Voge .............Bruce Coffey .......ShirIey Generaux ........Virginia Gunner ..............PauI Scheele Ed r Nolt ga e .........Robert Zelko Ware ..................Robert Byrd .......Kenneth Sherwood Curtis ....... ............... J ames Bartha A Tailor ...... ................................. E Ibert Darlington Vincentio ........ ........................................ V ester Swingle A Pedant ........... .................................... R ichard Shoemaker Servants ...,.,............. ......... J oyce Dille. Carl Knott, Lyle Wyly Stage-Managers ....... .............. J ames Boyer, Buddy Zimmer gwh Director 7 Vx - W fi, 74 1, f "7 ff Wo 51 fa, I 1 ag jf V Conductor 233 ' fi T' 1 s ,- i H .1 E i I 1 Q I 8Wh gwh l,lKeMf-54-1 l'1'ofwofC The second Children's Theatre pro- duction, this time for fourth-, fifth-, and sixth-graders, featured magic and mystery again. This time the stage was filled with magic mist, enchanted fruit, floating tables and rings of fire. The two young would- be knights, Harry Snyder and Don Walters, pursued an evil sorceress who had captured the king's, magic sword, and in recovering it, pointed a bit of a moral in this, the most suspenseful and fastest moving show of the year. L, 0.1 ' 157,-nw, ,? J. MORTON WALKER Lady Catherine Hugo ................. Bertrand .......,...... Charlemagne ,...... Chariot ............ Ronald .,......... Bertha .......... Falerina .......................... A el ng :ca .......................... : Attendant of Lad Catherine Y Stage-Manager ................. Di rector gwh Martha Greening ...........James Sawyer ........BiII Proctor .............Bob Tolan ......Don Walters H S d arry ny er .,.......Lawana Walters .........Barbara Adams Cecilia Newcorn ..........LesIie Walters ........Buddy Zimmer 'al 9 235 i I X K E r i W i w 4 u f I 4 y E J 3 T v 4 Z I i Q? X 'iffzzfxi . Hmmmmm only 400 KC's off tonite, Bwh -5 fj, ml is-.N -- f Taxis !'fef?.,5"1 ., 21 fl J itil!! 1 J. s Q-j After completing their second year of opera- tion, KCUR-FM can look back on a successful year of increased broadcast hours, expanded record library and increased interest from the community. New equipment expected this year was not provided, but the staff managed to maintain their high standards of quality by hard work and long hours of effort. The stu- dios were decorated in a new decor of record album jackets, and the program schedule re- at 9:30, Concert Hall, featuring . . ceived national recognition for design and utility. Under the guidance of Sam Scott, Managing Director of the station, and Gloria Miller, The University can be justly proud of the program quality of KCUR-FM, and train- ing given to the radio speech majors. f Af' gwh Northwoods news correspondents BUY that s your opinion . . 7 One of the University's best and most active publicity agents and good will ambassadors is the music department, especially the much- J traveled a cappella choir. With only l9 of its 58 members returning from last year, this year's well-balanced choir has maintained the nation-wide reputation ot its predecessors. The group appeared on all major television and radio networks throughout the year, including NBC's "Monitor" and the "Voice ot America", as well as singing with the Kansas City Phil- harmonic orchestra. The outstanding part ot its repertoire was Robert Townsend's "Proud Heritage", which tells the story of the growth ot the Heart of America. Sixteen advanced voice students called the "Heritage Singers" recorded the work, providing the choral back- ground for the narration by Jim Lawless, for the K. C. Life Insurance Company. The early ' afefmlnaefzfii ,J Dr. Hendricks completed his ninth year BS director of the University Choir aenw-aaa ' Row l: Jan Harre, Joan Barkley, Sandy Smith, Janet Western, Shirley Bean, Judy Fields, Judy Dutcher, Sandra Crowley, Peggy Maness, Nan Wilcox, Cerre Lee Patterson, Phyliss Albritten, Karen Price, Earlene Kirkpatrick, Row 2: Deanna Martin, Judy Finney, Ann Dale, Carol Weinhold, Judy Ciolitko, Joyce Dille, Carlene Frans, Sandy Barnett, Claudia Lowe, Judie Spoor, Mary Williams, Sue Harris, Donna Jones, Pat Norton, Row 3: Jess LaPuma, Dick Shoemaker, John Passiglia, Ed Morris, John Ware, Jerry Colliver, James Bartha, Jerry Cershman, Dalton Smith, Lyle Wiley, Paul Summers, Dennis Allen, Gilbert Miller, Diane Williams, Row 4: Thad Houston, Carl Knott, Allen Hurst, Carole Whisler, James Tharp, Bob Zelko, Charles Van Tine, Sam Hagerty, Mickie Wilkinson, Carter Hamilton, Cene Denonovitch, Jim Taylor, Bill Chinnery, Frank Roberts, Don Emler, Llew- ellyn Aschman, John Biggs, Not Pictured: Kathryn Bushnell, Shirley Ceneraux, Donna DeShaffon, Judy Johnson, Marge Neal, Virginia Gunner, David Crisafe, Robert Lee, Kenneth Sherwood, Jack Null, Terry Laidley, Fred Wilkins. Director lRow l, extreme rightl: Dr. W. Everett Hendricks. -'ss '46 . if 1 . . , Yi t TN, wi X fm wif I xy Q S mf. f N Mi .ak E , t..'::b ily ' vi ffxg Keaifihge MMQM4 sell-out for the two Christmas concerts Sun- day, December l-4, pointed out the popularity of this traditional University holiday observ- ance. The hard-working choir gave twenty- four concerts in the Christmas season alone, with a total of more than forty before leaving for its annual spring tour. Making a special effort to entertain young people who might be prospective UKC students, the choir was re- ceived with praise and enthusiasm in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas between April l2 and l9. Other music department activities included performances by the orchestra, di- rected by Hugo Vianello, and sponsoring of the chamber music series as part of the Second Quarter Century series. Groups which appeared on this program were the Trio di Bolzano, the Kansas City Resident Woodwind Quintet, "I lVlusici", and the LaSalle String Quartet. Many concerts were given by Sigma Alpha lota, Mu Alpha Sinfonia, and Mu Phi Epsilon. 239 1 ' ' 4444-4A6 www i HUNGARIAN QUARTET Seated: Zoltan Szekely, Denes Koromzay, Alexandre Moskowsky, Gabriel Magyar, 240 SI' A ca Hi a ve ce wi UI br we pa pc in' hir Th As Ka del aff the toL me the prc the lea Ver Members of the University Circle plan the Women's Pilgrimage. wofn-24-'4 ' A major and unique event on the University campus was the Women's Pilgrimage for Higher Education on Tuesday, May Sth. It was a benefit garden party organized by the Uni- versity Circle, the faculty wives' club. Pro- ceeds from the admission charges collected will be used to furnish the lounges in the new University Center, for which ground was broken May 5th, Members of all the major women's organizations in Kansas City partici- pated in the event, and their enthusiastic sup- port is indicative of the greatly increasing interest and co-operation Kansas City has ex- hibited towards its University. The forty-fifth annual meeting of the National Association of American Colleges was held in Kansas City early in January, About 500 presi- dents of colleges and universities were in attendance. Mrs. Drake served as chairman of The hospitality committee, which provided a tour of the Truman Library and a compli- mentary lunch from Hallmark Cards, lnc., for llie presidents and their wives. The occasion Provided an excellent opportunity to introduce ll'1G University of Kansas City to educational leaders who were unfamiliar with our uni- Versity, W4 Serving as President of the Hi-Fi Music Guild of Greater Kansas City, Dr. Cj Stevens ex- amines an exhibit at this year's Hi-Fi Festival. Originally a week-end exhibit in the corridors of Haag Hall, the Festival has grown in five years to a week-long show taking up three floors of the Bellerive Hotel. The Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity contributed many man-hours helping with the Festival, which has been a notable co-op project between mer- chants in the city and the University. 241 0 I 4 Probably the area in which we best serve as the "community university" is the Division for Continuing Education. Courses in this division are offered to Kansas Citians, not for further college credit, but for the purposes of stimu- l-ating intellectual development, meeting new viewpoints and fresh ideas, gaining new infor- mation, arousing cultural activity, and broad- ening fields of interest. This concept of "Con- tinuing Education" has been met with such overwhelming enthusiasm that the number of courses offered each semester has been in- creased from ten to thirty to accommodate the enrollment, which has quadrupled since l955 to l200. Courses have met during both the daytime and evening, and range from electricity to the history of scientific thought, covering a wide variety of subjects in the field of liberal arts and vocations. Dr. Cj Stevens, Director of the Division, states its purpose: "Today, con- tinuing education strives to provide an in- formed citizenry for a democratic society as its chief aim. lt seeks to help adults to become better able to make intelligent choices." The photography class in the Division of Continuing Education. bh J 242 I An important example of the University co- operating academically with other institutions in the city is the Nursing program sponsored in connection with Research, General and Trinity Lutheran hospitals. A total of 57 girls received classroom instruction on this campus as part of their first year in nurseis training. Their curriculum included English, psychology, anatomy, physiology, chemistry, nutrition, microbiology, and sociology. Nurses who have already received their RN. and are practicing in Kansas City benefited from the program for Continuing Education through three series of lectures given by leading physicians in the city. These lectures were one of the most successful PfOgrams for continuing education. f 5 ...M 24 f it , , 5 . ff sr Front: Mrs. Samuel T. Coker, Diane Ritter, Vivian Crowell, Anne Gregory, Fran Houghton. Row 2: Mrs. Noel Nuessle, Sue Davidson, Minnie Fisher, Barbara A. Hower. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED: Gloria Callaway, Carolyn Smith. The Pharmacy Students' Wives Club was organized in the fall of l958. The purpose of the club is to promote social relationships among its members and to further the interest of members in the profession of pharmacy. Pharmacy Students' 'VV'ives Club 244 The club also assists the pharmacy school at its various social gatherings. Eligibility for membership is limited to the wives of phar- macy students of The University of Kansas City. The club varied its meetings between social and educational programs. Officers Vivian Crowell ........,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, President Ann Gregory .... ....... V ice-President Diane Ritter ......,.,,,,. .,,,,,,,,,,,. S ecretary Fran Houghton ............. ,,,,, T reasurer Mrs. Samuel T. Coker ........... ...... A dvisor L... Phi Delta Fernrnes TRU MAN DOLLAR Charles R. Sligh, Jr., Executive Vice-Presi- dent of the National Association of Manu- facturers, and Janice Jones, UKC representa- tive to the Manufacturers' Congress. The Phi Delta Femmes are the wives of law students, their organization sponsored several social functions throughout the year, includ- ing the annual Tinsel Ball. Students from The University of Kansas City have had oppor- tunities not only to make many contacts with industry and the professions in this city, but also on a nation-wide scale. Janice Jones, Student Council President second semester, attended the 63rd Annual National Associa- tion of Manufacturers' Congress of American lndustry in New York City. Janice attended the convention as the guest of Mr. John T. Pierson, who is president of the Vendo com- pany and a member of the University Board of Trustees. Another UKC student representing the University on a national level was Truman Dollar, who appeared as a panelist on the tele- vision program, "College News Conference," Sunday, December,2l, in Washington, D. C. Together with four other college students he interviewed Arthur S. Flemming, Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare. Truman was a debate team member and associate pastor at the Baptist Temple, 27l5 Swope Parkway. 245 X r lllll ll it .l 7 l : ll L 1 1 i l I ll li i l 1 i l a l ll l 1 i 1 l l l l l A l l ll ll l l ll I l l l l l rl ll, lf! It l l MLA W gwh gwh 246 TK0444-64 HMI gemw April l2th was Thomas Hart Benton'5 70th birthday and the University saluted the famou artist with a celebration that included an S hibit of his works, a lecture by him an?- reception in the Little Gallery. A gjapacig crowd at the Playhouse heard Mr. Benton dis- cuss historical research and technical prob. lems for mural painting. The exhibit featuring the steps he takes in producing mural paint- ings remained on display for a month ag a highlight of the Sec d Series. On Quarter Centuiy Spring weekends saw the UKC campus hospi- tality extended to many groups from the Kan- sas City area. All day Saturday, April 4th, music students from the largest high schools in Jackson, Clay and Platte counties gathered in many parts of the campus to perform for one another and to be judged for possible 8P' pearance in the Missouri State Music Festival. The echoes from the District Music Festival had hardly died away in-the corridors When they were full of high school students again' on April l2th for High School Campus DHY- Junior and senior high school students inter- ested in attending The University of Kansas City and their parents met with Dr. Drake and then visited the faculty members who teaCl1 in their field of interest. -Y' 70th Hmous an ex- and ,3 pacity In dis- prob- turing paint- as a antury L hospi- me Kan- ril 4th, schooIS athered :rm for ible SP' festival. Festiv8I 5 when 5 again, us DHY- '5 infer- Kansas ake and O teach ALMA MATER SING ALMA MATER'S NAME, SING WE HER FAME, SING TO HER FEARLESS FAITH, EVER TRUTH PROCLAIM LAUD OUR UNIVERSITY, HAIL GOLD AND BLUE, FROM THESE ROLLING CAMPUS HILLS-HAIL K.C.U. SING WE FAIR FELLOWSHIP, MEN OF GOOD WILL, SING WE THE FUTURE YEARS, HIGH HOPES FULFILLQ LAUD OUR UNIVERSITY, OUR HEARTS TO THEE, NOURISH HEREAND FLOURISH HERE, OUR DESTINY. A Abb' Abbl Abb' Abe Abe A C ACU Ada Ada Ada Ada Ada Ada Adm Agr Ala Alb Ale A13 A11 A11 A11 A11 A11 A11 A11 A11 A11 A11: Alt Ame Ame Ame Am: And And Ane ME A116 API Are Ar! Arn Arn Arn A11 Ari Ari Ar1 Ar: As: Asl As, Atl Am Au: Aul Ay: B B81 Bal B81 B81 Bai Ba. Ba: Ba: Bal Bal Bal Bal Bal Bal Bal Bal Ba Ba Bal .Bal -Ba Ba Bw Ba Ba. Ba Ba Ba Ba Ba Ba, Ba Ba Ba Ba Ba Ba Ba Ba Ba Ba Ba Ba Ba Ba Ba Ba Ba Ba Ba Ba Be Be I Dawson , A Abbott, James H., 107. Abbott, Richard A., 64. Abbott, William, 100. Abelle, Barnle, 148. Abernathy, Taylor S., 21. A Capella Choir, 238. Acuff, Billy E., 83. Adams, Arnold R., 77. Ad8mZ56Barbara, 89, 122, 231, 235, Adams, Caleb H., 62. Adams, Robert D., Dr., 38, 146. Adamson, Kenneth P., 64, 120, 122. Adamson, William E., 38. Administration, 18. Agron, Marilyn, 55. Aladdin, 230. Albritten, Phyliss, 238. Alexander, Gary L., lU7. Algarin, Arzuaga, 149. Allbrltten, Phyllis, 89, 137. Allegretto, Clara J., 81. Allegretto, James P., 77. Allen, Barbara, 147. Allen, Dennis, 100, 139, 195, 203, 229, 232, 234, 238. Allen, lawrence W., 62, 159. Allen, 1013, 151. Allen, Robert E., 38, 143. Allison, Robert, 100. Alpha spsnoh Pi., 130. Altschul, Hagen H., 38. American Chemical Association, 154. Amerigin Pharmaceutical Association, 1 . Ames, Carol, 100. Amos, Carol, 110. Anderson, Richard, 86. Andrews, John R., 107. Anema, Richard L., 83. Angell, Steven, 151. Angotti, Vincent, 110. Appelton, Edgar, 151. Arena, Frank A., Jr., 83. Argerson, N.B., 34. Armljo, Lillian, 236. Armijo, Lucy, 236. Arms, Arnold V., 38. Arndt, William B., 38, 151. Arney, Dora, 38, 132, 221. Arnold, Alford 100, 123, 158, 199. Artis, o.J., 142. Arzuaga, A1garin,C., 72. Aschman, Llewellyn, 62, 238. Ashton, Barbara, 29. Asjes, 110811, 89. Atkins, David R., 95 144. Aufrechu, Suzanne, 55, 154. Ausman, George, 120, 122, 123. Austin, William, Jr., 89, 123, 159. Ayres, Carolyn, 31. B Babb, Robert, 87. Babbitt, NTB. E111B, 27. Baber, Floyd R., 77. Bachert, Bonnie, 100, 122, 123. Bailey, John Jr. 100, 139. Bailey, sober-c, 57, 122, 182. Balls, Jerry, 120. Bain, Ann, 100, 181, 206, 230. Baker, Caroline, 89. Baker, Claude R., 38. Baker, JoAnn, 110. Baker, Joanne, 147. Baker, Robert L., Jr., 167, 142. Baker, Robert W., Jr., 83. Baker, Walter, 229. Baker, William L., 77. Baldwin, Jere, 100. Ballew, Donald A., 64. Banka, Sandra, 89. Barnken. Jgyce, 87. 125. 145, 154. kBan1on, John, 98. Baz-ash, Donald, 89, 130, 140. Barbieri, Samuel, 100. Barboa, Charles U., 83. Barid, Mary, 31. Barkett, Phillip G., 33. Barkleg, Joan M., 77, 131. 147, 23 . Barney, U. hush, 109. Berks, Phydeaug, 79. Barmby, John, 89. Bamard, Ann, 153. Barnby, Ray, 148. Barnes, Leon, 89, 123. Barnett, John, Dean, 22- 122- Barnett, Sandra, 55, 122, 131- INDEX Beauty and Beast Dance, 180, 181. Bechtold, B. Eileen, 110. Beck, ca,-olyn, 100, 133. Beck, Wallace E., 64, 114, 120, 122, 127. Behnke, Ralph, 55, 122. Behnke, William, 77. Behrens, Jerry, 100. Belle, Fred M.,212. Beitchman, Al, 152. Bell, Judith, 86, 152, 158. Bellalrs, Colleen, 55. Bellinger, Willard R., 38. Bello, Edwin L., 72, 15B 159. Belser, Wayne A., 95, 144. Belzer, Ronald, 55, 123, 152. Bench and Robe, 120. Bender, Pat Smith, 147. Bendure, James, 55. Bennett, Doris, 35. Benton, Thomas Hart, 246. Berger, Judy, 100. Bergmann, Dwayne, 98, 123, 123. Berning, Wallace, 77, 150. Berry, Thomas G., 95, 144. Bertoncino, Charles, l0O. Beta Zeta, 131. B1-SSS, J0hn, 55, 139, 141, 153, 238 Billings, Arthur G., 39. Billings, Sylvia, 89. Bishard, Larry, 100. Bixby, Edwin, W., 21. K Blaich, Warren K., 107, 142. Blakeley, Judith, 89,l23, 154. Blank, Joann, 152. Blanton, Jeannean, 86. Bledsoe, Gilbert, 100. Bliss, Elmer, 100. Bliss, Robert, 87. Bloch, Stanford, Jr., 62. Bloch. Dean S. Wheadon, 26, 118, 119,122, 1413 178. Blood Weddl , 23 . Bless, James L., 107. Blabauch, Cletus E., 143. Blubaugh, Edward, 95. Bogardus, Phyllis, 77, 120, 122, 149, 200. Bogert, Dr. John, 34. Bolander, Perry E., 39. Bolerjack, Billy, 98, 139. Bolte, Carl, Jr., 146, 150, 217. Bolton, Brian, 89. Bamberg, Thomas J., 95. send, Betty, 149. Bond, Charles N., 72, 119. Borchardt, Edward, 229. Borchert, Thomas, 100. Borgelt, Roger, 148, 229. Berman, Barbara, 100. Boul, F1rm1n, 109. Bowles, Victor D., 39. Boyce, James S., 83. Boyd, Helen, 89, 131, 153, 189. Boyer, Alice, 149. Boyer, James, 55, 155, 229, 232, 233. Brsckhahn, Don, 119, 153. Bradley, Philip L., 83, 143. Bradley, Rosalee, 89. Brand, Richard, 55. Brandt, James K. 83. Brannen, Dean Ted R., 214, 122. Brannock, Cynthia, 77. Bratton, Albert G., 77. Braun, Judy M., 77. Braunlnger, Allen, 100,-122, 123. Brazil, Robert W., 95. Breedlove, James W., 83. Brennan, Joseph, 87, 120, 122. Brenner, Carolyn, 100, 133. Brent, Margaret, 31. Bresel, Norman, 130. Brewer, Terrence, 100. Briggs, Harry N., 150. Brightwell, Kenneth, 89. Brightwell. David, 210, 212. Broaddus, Judge James. W., 178. Broaddus, Mrs. James Wi, 178. Brock, Richard L., 83. Brock, Stuart, 95. Brodbeck, Richard, 72. Bronson, Gulnn w'., 149. Brooks, Robert L., 83. Brooks, Ronald, 157. Brookshire, Jack,L., 107, 143. Broughton, Keith F., 77. Brown, Charles J., 39. Brown. James O., 107. Brown, Larry D., 107. Business School Dance, 168. Butler, Phillip, 100, 139. Butterweck, John E., 83. Byard. William A., 77. Byers- Kathryn. 35. BYPG, R0b9I't, 233, 239. Byrne, Charles, 121. Byrnes, Joe, 229. C Cahill, Marjorie, 86. Caldwell, James, 100. Caler-Mota, Rafael, 158. Callaway, nav1d,E.,7u, 15u. Callaway, Gloria, 244. Callender, Richard S., 83. Calmes, Francis M., 33. Calvert, Richard W., 3, 144. Calvert, Susie, 157. Craig, Zelda MI, 55N Crain, Charles, 89, 139, Crain, William L., 40, 119, 155 Craven, Craven, Bob , 89. Martin D., 107, 127, Cravens, Howard, 515, 154. Crawford, Buddy 5 . Crisp, Jerry, 99. Crisp, Nolan, 89. Crissman, Helen Jo, 28. Critten, Marjorie, 89. Crossner, Albert L., 77, 135. Crossner, Michael, 101. Crouch, Everett C., 95. Crow, Robert, 139, 148, 159. Crowder, John, 101. Crowell, Vivian, 244. Crowley, Crowley, 221, no,-.a1d, 89, 120, 156. Sandra, 101, 133, 159, 223, 238., l Campbell, Alfred, 100. Campbell, Charles, 100. Campbell, Dayton D.,M39. Campbell, Dee A., 70. Campbell, Judith, I10. Crutchfield, D. L., 107. Culver, Roy, 230, 236. Cummins, Howard, 64, 11414. cuhhlhgham, Larry, 101 Campbell, Raymond L., 83. Candlellte Ball, 197. Cannon, Rose, 89. Canterbury Club, 153. Capper, Cappon, Carlile Annette E.,,ZO. Alexander R.,39 , Lawrence,'I00. Carlisle, Etta Marie, 229. Carlsen, Carl, 152. Carlson Carlson , Harvey C., 95. , L-, 95- Carlson, Roger, 120. Carlyon, Don J., 30, 1141. Carnes, Charles N., 39, 119, 150. Carr, James, 100. Carrillo-de-Calzada, E., 70. Carroll, Crl, 229. Carter, William J., 140. Cartwright, Michael , 89 . Cartwright, Tom, 100. Case, Beverly, 229. Case, G. Waune, 100. Caskey, Joseph R., 55, 118, 122, 123, 156. Castellani, Maria, 121. Caton, James, 100, 139. Cearley, Ronald L., 95, 122. Chamber Music Series, 240. Chambers, Jeanette, 70. Chandler, Nanc , 55 Cunningham, Tom, 10 Cureton, 126, 1. ' ,Linda L,, 70, 114, 12u, 158. Curry, Ann, 89, 133. Curry, Clifford J., 107. cm-cis, Betty, 151. Curtis, Gerald D., 64. D ' ' Dajanl, Ewa, 110, 139, 158, 189. Dale, Anne, 77, 238. Dalen, Stan, 148. Daleo, James, 1149. Dalton, Daniel, Daniels, Darlingt Darnell, Standlee H., 83. Junior D., 107. George, 90, 122. on, Elbert, 233. James P., 40. Dauma, Robert, 98. Davee, Russ J., 614. Davidson, Barbara E., 70. Davidson, Robert E., 145. D8V1dS0h Davis, C , Sue, 244. harles, 236. Davis, Kent, 90. Davis, Mildred L., 118. Davis, -Ramsey, 90. Davis, Ronald R., 64. Davis, William, 87, 1145, 1514, 182. David O y . Chang, James C. C., 107. Channer, John C., 107. Chase, Manning, 77. Chase, Marilyn, 89. Chavis, Harold, 101, 139. Chavis, Hilda, 72. Cheerleaders, 223. Chewning, Larry, 101. Chimienti, J. Frank, 1-40. Chinnery, William, 54, 238. Cho Chin, 132, 133. , , 9 - Dawson, Lorene, 157. Debate Team, 199. DeBltetto, George, 110. DeCuyper, Joseph, 110, 149. Dedman, Dwayne R., 77. DeFeo, Julie, 90. DeFe0, Louis C., Jr., 114, 122, 125, 200. Dedraffenreld, Gayle, 145. DeGraff'enre1d, Glenn, 98. Dehls, Gag, S., 64. Chock, James G. G., 107. Choplin, Elizabeth, 89, 131. Christensen, Joanne, 55, 157, 229, 232. De Jesus Garciay J., 72. DeLong, Jack, 772 Delta Alpha, 119. Delta Theta-ghd, 150. Christiansen, Paul A., 140, Chrlsbman, David, lOl, 139. christy, Al, 229, 231, 234- ChurchL Gordon,122. CichackiQ'Iawrence, 101. Clark, Betty L., 77, 118, 122, 151. Clark, Dorothy, 40. Clark, Eloise, 89. Clark, Norman L., 143. Clark, Jerry, 101. Clark, Lewis, 55. Clark, Norman L., 83. Clark, William G., 62. Claxton, James O., 64, 114, 142. Clay, Robert, 89. Claycomb, L.E., 123. clayudh, J.M., 40- Cleary, John, 109, 149- Clemont, Lemuel L., 83, 143. Clemons, Jack, 74. Cleveland, William C., 64. Clause, Frances, 34. cubs, Char1eB, 101, 124. 135, 210- Cocbelly, CU1'tiB K-, 150- Cockrell, Ron S., 77- corfey, Bruce, 233. Cogswell, Wilton W., 40. Coker, Coker, Samuel T., 40, 121, 145. Mrs. Samuel T., 244. Cole, Jerry, 77, 1186 122, 154. Cole, Judith, 89, 15 . 'Donovan, Uhl D., 107,' 143. ' 147, 189, 238. Barnum, Dorsey, 151. Barr f- Donald W. , 107- Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Melvin, 95. Paul C., 72. Robert F., 107. Wallace C., 39. Cole, Missy, 110, 139. co111ver, Jerry A., 77, 123, 124. Barrick, Shloe, 100. Barrow, Barry Bertha , Donald H., 64. Chuck, 55. James, 100, 233, 233- sartierc, JoyEe, 100. Barton, Ralph fr.. 95, 144- Baseball Team, 217. Basketball Team, 210. Bassett. Thomas. 64, 142- Batsrseh, Issa, 89. Bates, Vincent, 89, 229. Battle, Victor, 74, 114, 124, 154. glgubeg, Tom, 144. yne, .eva 229. Beadles, cfs., Jr., 107, 143. Beals, David T., 21, 167. Wwewffiz, " . A fa., ,a,' X64 W' ,asf . I7 ,V I f f W. ,Z gggilwyj. -f f'f7.ff1 . ,, ,eiF,W2pefzf ,ease ',f..W- H .. A .4 f ,md f ef , I ., ff 3 C271 Q7 1.32 4 Mk' . ' 4 . L.. f ,ff -7 - e... f , of .. xi f f 455. 4 Brownfield, Edith, 31. Brownley, Larry, 89, 123. Bruderer, Joan, 77, 122, 123, 232. Brugaletta, Marietta, 100. Bmzmfleld, William C., 62. Brumigg Richard S., 212, 217. Bruner, Merlin G., 74, 145, Brunner, Hugh, ZS. Bryant, Sally, 9. Buccero, Lawrence, 109, 149. Buckley, Thomas, Jr.. 231, 236. Budd, John w., 610. Bum Friday, 191-196. Bunch, Glen A., 95. Burdick, Harold C., 39. Burge, John K., 150. Burger, Judy, 133- Burgess, James A., Jr., 64. Burk, Norman, 107. Burly-Q, 176, 177, 173- Burns, Robert, 100. B1-lrnstein, David. 87, 182. Qgurrl Margaret, 55. Burftd, william, 89, 156- Buschman, Harold, 115- Bush, Lynn, 109, 137, 195, 195- Bushnell, Kathryh, 100, 133, 221, 238. sushwhacker, 154, 135- 135, 238. Colwell, Mae, 141. Commencement, 198. Compton, Kent A., 83. Conkin, Elaine, 34. Connerley, E. Floyd, Jr., 229. Conrad, Mike, 107, 135- Conway, JOBHH, 70, 114, 119, 122, 124, 132, 140, 195. Conway, Sharon S., 30- Cook, Fred W., 40. Cook, J Cook, M ahec, 101. erlin W., 74. Copeland, Jack M., 95. Copeland, Penny, 109. copenhauer, Morton Tl, 95. Corley, Richard W., 107. Cosmopolitan Club, 158. cottinghamp Samuel J., 124, 125, 150, 200. Courtney, Paul, 230. Courtney, R., 229. Couture, John R., 200. Cover, James, 29- Cox, Ethel, 101. Cox, Jack, 55. Cox, Joseph, 86. Cox, Judy, lOl. Cox, Robert, 55. Cox, Sara, 137. DeMeter, Teddy L., 107. Denny, Jean, 110, 126. Denonovich, Eugene, 55 238. Dental School Staff, 34. Derfelt, Paul W., 64. DeShaffon, Donna, 101, 238. Dew, Inez, 31. Dewell, Hal L., 107, 142. DeWi1de, Angila, 147. Dickson, Carolyn, 74, 114, 118, 122, 145, 154, 182. Dickson, Dale D., 11772 Dickson, James E., 64. Dickson, Jerry L., 77, 114, 119, 126 139, 141, 155, 203. Dlegelman, Donald, 101. Diel, Vernon M., 107. Dletrick, Roy K., 178. Uille, Joyce, 101, 233, 238. D111On, EdH8rd L., 41. Dillon, Sylvia, 154. Dimick, Delvin K., 41. Dlnelli, Paul, 77, 156, 158. Dirks, Donald, 151. Dlschner, Helen, 110, 145. Distefano. Anthony, 74, 145. Divllbiss, Phil, 101. Dodds, Charles W., Jr., 77. Dodson, Robert E., 107. Doerr, Carol L., 77. 137. Dollar, Truman, 77.118, 119, 122, 199, 245. Donelson, Harlo L., 1177, 142- .0 Donhici, Peter J.. 77, 135. 140. 178- Doran, Diana F., 77, 199. Dorsett, Lyle, 78. Dorsey, Joseph C., 64, 142. ,Dorsey, Kenneth L., 74, 125, 145. Imuthitt, Glenn C., 107. Dowgray, John G., 41. Downs, Michael, lOl. Downs, Peggy, 109. Doyle, Ronald W., 62, 135. Drake, Clarence W., 65, 143. Drake, Chancellor Richard M., 20, 119, 122, 167, 178. Drake, Mrs. Richard M.. 178. Dresselhuys, Thomas, 55- ' "J 2- 2, ' ,M rf Ggaiigg Zvi'-.' .af 'lf . 1 4 2 lg M54 Awiugpi I E 1 f V W1 34,5 6' nh. --f.A5 ?M???1mm,H,if ' . w:'g'f?f N 2 , ,141 .H 3 W ,gin -g ,. . ,,,. W. 1 5 1 if . 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Dunlap, Charles L., 83. Dunlap, Gary, 101, 154- IIIJIiI'JCIJIE5JfIEII f!IIItZJ212L1:i.1EL1.1.1526515 Foster, Richard A., 95, 1U2, 143. Foster, Richard A., 107. Foutz, Homer E., 83, lbk. Fowler, Julia L., 78. Fraley, Gerry, 102, 135. Francis, Freddie, 102. Francis, Jeannette, 331. Francis, Kitty, 86. Franke, Edward M., Jr., 70. Frankenstein, Lorraine. 15M. Frankenstein, M., 130. Franklin, Earl H., 78. Franklin, Glenn, 78. Gutknecht. George, 151- Gutschenritter, N.. 95- H Hadden, Jane, 43, 158- Haden, Jack, 65, Haenisch, Ralph, Hagerty, Samuel, 115, 120, 122, 122. 102, 238. Haines, Jo, 9O,'137- Haines, Donald, 78, 217- Haith, Rickie, 86. 131, 140. 127. Holcomb, Jerry, 91, 123, Hoiladiyf B1111e, 3u. Holland, Wllda, 86. Hollenback, George M., MA, Hollowell, George, 62. Holman, L. Bruce, 1, 91, 105, Holman, Susan, 102, 206, Holmer, Stanley, 154. Holmes, Barbara, 102. Holmgrenl Jo, 102. Holsman, Gale, 66. Holt, Don, 102. Homecoming, 175, 176. 141. 205 Frick, SHHPOH, Houghton, Fran Dunn, Jessie, 151. Dunn, John, 90, 15M- Dunn, Robert, 151- Dunwoody, Kay, 101- Dupree, Tom H., 55- Dutcher, Judith, 101, 133, 233- mork, Irwing L., 62. E Franklin, Jay, 151. Frans, Carleen, lO2, 133, 235. Fredrick, James D., 83. Fredrick, william, 42. Freed, Melvyn, 115, 118, 119, 123, 130. Freed, Ted N., 70. Freeman, James F., 95. Freeman, wybert R., 83. 90, 123, 131. Haley, Jean, 90. Hall, Albert, 108. Hall, Jane, 109. Halliburton, Dick, 90. Hamilton, Carter, 238. Hamilton, George L., 90, 139- Hamilton, George Lewis, 90. Hammeke, Lora, 109, 125' Hammond, Keith, 151. Hammonds, Tom, 141. Hook, Charles, Hoover, Donald Hordern, James Horn, Richard, Horne, George Horowitz, Sybi Horton, Richar Hottman, Lowel 103. R., 44. , 91- 91. H., gk. 1, 7 , 153, 1 8. d, 108. 5 1, 148. . , 74 Houghton, F. B. JR. . , 204. Hardcastle, George, 102, 210. Eastin, Chester D., 107, 143- Easy Chair, 156. Eaton, Frank, 101. Eberehz, John, 90 Eberharu, Carl, 161, 122, 123, 156. Edmister, Lewis, 231- Edmiston, Peter, QCL Edwards, Alva C., 107, 132. Edwards, Archle T., 95. Edwards, Faye, 90. Edwards, Jean, 3N. Edwards, Paul, 101, 123. Edwards, Ralph H., 41. Edwards, Robert, 149. Ehrlich, George, Ml. Ehrlich, Mila Jean, 234. Eisburg, Berta, 147. Eisenbrandt, Dean Leslie L., 23, 121, 122, 145, 178. Friedley, C. R., 65. Friedman, Bob, 130. Friedman, Sheldon, 87. P-iend, William J,,107. Fr1kes,James, 28. Frieze, Thomas, 102. Froesche, Martin, 153. Fromson, Sandra, lO2, 133. Fulkerson, Robert, 65, 115, lub. Funke, Joe G., 95, lM3. G Gadd, Eugene, 210, 217. Gaines, Ben, 65. Galbreath, Jack S., 83. Gale, Lionel, 158. Galliher, John, 102, 123. Galvin, Clark P., 62, 148. Eisler, William, 159. 200. Ekblaw, Sidney E., 41, 156. El Club Asturias, 155. Electra, 231. EIIEHEE, Waymon P., 77. Elliott, William M., 149. Ellis, Thomas D., 95. Ellison, Art, 229. Ellison, Myron K., 21. Emery, Thomas E., 107. Emler, Donald, 90, 139, 141, 146, 152, Gardner, Esther, 122. Gardner, Patricia, 110. Gardner Richard, 98 126, 145 1 4. , , , 5 Garrett, James S., 95. Garrison, James E., 65. Gasser, Sandra, 1U5, 154. Gates, Lester M., 42. Gausman, Larry L., 95. Gegan, Beverly, 109. Geissal, Mary, 90. Genereaux, Arthur, 150. Generaux, Shirley, 233, Geology-Geography Club, Gerber, Barbara, lN7. 238, 239. 156. Hammontree, Charles, 98. Hampshire, Lee Gilfillar, 122. Hamra, william, 66. Hand, Shirley, 90, 137, 223- Hanes, Shirley, 34. Hanitchak, John J., 43. Hankenson, LeNo1r, 109. Hankin, Marvin E., 72, 120, 122- Hann, John R., 66. Hanna, Forrest, 122. Hannon, Dorothy Sue, 9 Hanover, Hollis, 90. 135- Hanrahan, Marilyn, 91, 137, 221, Hans, Allan, 156. Hansen, Jacob, 9 1. Hanson, Darrel, 87. Hanson, Lyle, 78 Happy, Revl, 102 I 236. Hare, Herbert, 21. Harger, Chatles G., 95. Hargett, Ben, 84, 122, 127. Hargett, Payne, 144. Harms, Ruth, 27. Harper, Jerry, 87. Harper, Norman, 78. Harre, Janyce, 91, 137, 238. Harris, Janet, 102. Harris, Jasper, 70. Harris, Jlhnnie, 62. Harris, Sue, 78, 122, 147, 238. Harris, Thomas, 91, 155. O, 137, 155- 223 House, Norman, 91, 217, Houston, Thad, Jr,,91 18 Howe, Arthur, 108. , 9, 199' 235 Howe, Gerald, 103. Howe, Thomas, BM. Howell, James, 87. Hower, Barbar, 122, duh. Hower, Ronald, 7 , 125 14 Howes, Norman, 303. I 5' 15u'181 Hubbs, Gloria, 103. Huffman, Kris, 233. Hughes, Charles W., BM. Hume, Allen, 151. Hunt, James R., 66. Hunt, Jarman, 122. Hurst, Allan, 50, 122, 1H6, 238, Husbed, Ronald, 30, Hutcherson, John, 87, 200, Hutcheson, V. E., Jr., 56, 1M3 Hutton, Robert, 78, 122, 123, Hyatt, Jerry, 230. Hyatt, June Lorraine, 1, 2, 115,119 122, 204, 230. ' Hyde. Judge Lawrence M., 178. I Illmer, Ruth, 70, 158. Inauguration of the Chancellor, 165 Ingino, Dr. A. L., 3Q. Ingraham, Patricia, 231. Ingram, Edwin, 98. Rober 238. Endsley, Joseph, 229. Engle, Earl 0., 65. Engle, Lawrence P., 42. Engel, lynn, 101. Engelhardt, Maxwell, 101. England, Don V., 83, lMU. Enloe, Donald, L., 78, 123. Enoch, Dward W., Jr., 83, 142. Ensign, Ernest, 151. Entwhlstle, Farquar, 78. Eppinger, Howard K., 74, 114, 124. Ernst, Bruce, lOl, 123, 139. Ervin, Wanda, 101. Essary, Johnny, lOl. Evans, Hazel L., 70, 158 Evans, Robert, 87. Evans, Sharon L., 78. Eveloff, Sandy, 118. Evelyn, Judith, 231. Eversull, Arnold, U2. Eversull, Hubert, U2. Eve man, 232. iii, Prfcllla W., 78. F Faculty, 34. Fair, Jerry, 210, 217. Fairbanks, HEJN, 65. Falcone, Philip R Faler, Patricia L., 78, 137. Farand, Mike, 210. Farha, Alfred, Sh, 149. Farley, Edward L., 72. Farmer, Robert, 101. Farnum, George, 27. Farrell, Jack, 210, 217, 229. Faulkner, Edward, 65. Fay, Catherine, lO9f Feder, Gloria. 90. 151. Feierabend, F., 95. Feldhake, Ambrose, 90, 148. Fellers, Fred, 145, 154. Felt, Roger B. Felt, Trudy, 90. Fencil, George, 27, 141. Ferguson, B. Van, 83. Ferson, Frank. D-J 33- Fenzer, william T., 62, 115, 119, 122, 123, 1U8. Fewson, George, 110. Fickel, Charles, 110. Fidlar, william, 101. Fiddler, Charles, 149. Fiddler, Mae, 31. Fields, Judy, 133, 157, 220, 238. Flebh, Barbara, 151. Fingersh, Deanna, 90. Finney, Judith, 110, 238. Fischbeck, Roy S., 120, 122. Fischer, Gloria, 101, 137, 159, 221. Fisher, Eldon, 87, 123. Fisher, Minnie, 244. Fisher, Robert, 90, 139. Fite, Richard T., 83. Fitzgerald, Edward L., 149, 200. Flanagan, Viola, 42. Fleider, Debra Il, 70, 115, 126. Fleming, Philip, 90, 210, Flippo, Henry J., 78. Flores Rodriguez, M., 72. Floyd, Dean, 65. Flynn, Dennis, D., lO7, 142. Fogliani, Deanna, 86, 123, 122. Ford, Larry, 102. Forrest, Ira, 110. ., 42. Gerber, Sandra, 122. Gershman, Jerome, 102, 130, 140, 238. 238. Gettig, Robert, 55. Ghoul, Fangsgood, 70. Gibson, Douglas H., 65. Gibson, J. Gayle, 83. Gibson, Judith, YO. Gibson, L. Darryle, 84. Gilbert, Clyde, 90, 148. Gillespie, Nellice, 90, 133, 170. Gillette, Guy, 62, 148. Gillette, Harry D.. 78. Glllham, Dave R., 107. Gilmore, Jessie, 31. Gilmore, Sara A., 78, 122, 123, 137, 221. Gingrich, Joseph H., 95. Ginsburg, Larry, 118, 122. Girls' Intramural Basketball, 222. Harrison, Joh E., 108. Harsh, William, 102. Hart, Charles, M3. Hartsock, Paul, 102. Harutun, P. D.vid, 108, 122. Harvey, wayne, M3. Haskell, B111, 66. Hass, Hugh, 102, 139, 141. Hatchett, Arlon, 66. Hauetter, Ann, 109. Hauk, Andrew, 91. Hauner, Barbara, 78. Hawley. Dale. 95. Hawley, Donald, 103. Hayden, Thyra, 70. Hayes, Eileen, 78. Haynes, John, 84. Inherit the wind, 229. Inter-Fraternity Council, 140. Irwin, Ray, 21. Ishmael, Dale E., 78. Isom, Janice, 70, 118, 122, 147, Iverson, Arthur, 44. Iwata, Akiko, 91. J Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jacks, Frankalee, 91, Alice, 103. Avis, Bill, 27. 66, ll 153. 6, 102. Maude, 149. t, 66, 116. Tom, 122, 1U8. Hayward, Mary, 35. Haywood, B Hazlett, J Heaviland, ruce, 62, 115, 122, 1U8,159. ames, A., 21. Gary, fL91 Jacob, Odette, Jacobs, Joseph, Jacobson, Barb Jacobson, Esth 158. 44. ara, 91, 122, 152. er, 31. Givens, Givens, Connie, 65. Kenneth, 65. Glaser, Fifi, 90, 123. Glass, Arthur J., 107. Glover, Fred, 123. Goff, william, 78, 118, 122, 123, 156. Goldman, Morton, U2. Golitko, Judy, 102, 123, 133, 152, 189, 238. Gomez, Bonifacio, 102. Gomez, Evelyn, 90, 153, 155. Goodall, Lester, 90. Goodman, Chuck, 124, 135, 195, 196. Goodman, Goodwin, Goodwin, Paula, 118, 122. John III, 155. William, 78, 12 5. 149- Heavilin, 91, 124. Heath, Norma, 102. Hedrick, W. Keith, 102. Heffelman, Willard 110. Heimrich, Lyle, 661 Hemingway, Glenn A., 108. Hemp, Kathleen, 102. Henderson, Arnold, 95, 143. Henderson, Ralph M., 31. Henderson, Robert, 66, lUM. Henderson, william, 21. Hendricks, Dave, 135, 210. Hendricks, Everett, 43, 238. Hendrix, Judy, 102, 152. Henry, Roger, 151. Herbertson, James, 102, 122. Herbertson, James E., 43. Jacobson, Larry, 119. Jacobson, Larry S., 96, 143. Jagles, Lorain, 182. James, Jimmie, 91, 139. Jamison, Frank, 78, 116, 139, 140, 141, 157, 189. Jamison, Nick, 96, lub. Jardine, Edna, 103, 158. Jarus, Eugene, 96. Jenkins, Charles, 54. Jenkins, wayne, 108. Jensen, Earl, 103, 229. Jett, Harry J., 96. Jeweler, Michael 87. Jewett, Margery, 109. Jinks, Claude, 98. Jinks, Ella, 86. Gopman, Howard, 102. Gordon, George, 21. Gordon, Suzanne, 102. Gorton, Horace, 102. Gose, Gilbert L., 62, 118, 122, 123, 124, 125, 148, 159. Gosney, Terry, lO2, Gossett, Donald w., 95. Gossett, John, N2. Graham, Gary L., 107. Grant, Leonard, 122. Graves, Charles, 95. Graves, Thomas, 87, 150, 200. Gray, Dick, 126, 230. Green, John W., Jr., 84. Green, Verna, 34. Green, Wilma, 78. Heritage Hernande Herold, Herrin, Herrity, Herzog, Hewitt, Hickman, Hickman, Hiebert, Higa, Le Higday, Higgins, High, Ma High Sch Highley, Singers, 239. z-Vargos, America, 158. Richard, 84. Marjorie, 147. Robert, 151. Frederick, 87, Roland, 21. Frenchy, 95, 1 Marvin, 70. Janice, 86. slle, 84. Carol, 102. Jane, 91, 153, rathon E., 43. ool Day, 186. Joanne, 231. zoo. 43. 155, 157, 232 Johnson, Alvin, 66. Johnson, Betty R., 91. Johnson, Carol E., 91. Johnson, Charles H., 84. Johnson, Charlotte, 151. Johnson, Emme L., 78. Johnson, Gerald K., 66. Johnson, Judith A., 91. Johnsog, Judy, BU, 133, 147, 221, 23 . Johnson, Karen, 103, 133, 221. Johnson, Marion, 71. Johnson, Patricia, 91. Johnson, Patsy, 103. J0hnson, Rita, 151. Johnson, Ronald, 110. Greenblatt, Fred D., 10 Greenblatt, Julie, 86. Greene, Frank, 75. Greenwood, Larry, 135. Gregg, Joseph, 115, 118, 119, 122, 7, 122, lU2. 157, 232, 23U. Gregory, Anne, 244. Gregory Gresty, Grieser Griffin , Dale, 110. Nancy, 90. , Karen, 90, 123. , Claude, 182. Griffin, Robert L., 107. Griffith, Donald, 98. Grigsby, William R., 84, 127. Grimes, Jim C., 108. Grisafe, 122, 139, 154, 238. Grisham, John, 108. Groening, Martha, 235. David A., 78, 118, 119, Forscher, Bernard K., 42. Forsyth, Danny, 90. Forsythe, Curtis, 154. Foster, Qenjamin, 62, 118, 122, 108. Foster, John D., 83, 143. Gruebbel, Allen, Q3. Gulick, Gary, 78, 139. Gunn, walter, 151. Gunner, Virglnal, 1U7, 233, 238. Guthrie, Phillip, 95. Hildinger, Victo Hildreth, Jo w., Hill, Billy J., Hill, Charlotte, 223. H111, Kennth , 7 r D., 95, 127, 142. 43. 80. 91, 137, 1UO, 221, 8, 115, 124, 126, 135. H111, Robert, 102. Hillegas, Gordon, 102, lU8. Hillis, Robert, 108. Hllsabeck, Roger, 102, 126. Himegarner, Al, Hinksmon, Genett, Hlpp, Benny R., Hobbs, Daniel, 1 Hockaday, John, 135. 86. 96. 02. 151. Hocott, James K., 84. Hodges, John R., Hoehns, Cliff, 1 Hofer, Paul, BM. Hoff, David, 91, 43. 02. 210. Hoffman, John III, 91. Hoffstot, George Hogln, Andrea, 1 W., 91, 207. 02. Hogln, Christine, 26, 118. Holbrook, Ralph, 98. Johnson, Theron, 84. Johnston, Vivian, 103, 131, 206,230 Jones, Beverly, 109. Jones, Donna, 91, 238. Jones, Erwin E., Jr., 84. Jones, Gary, 86. Jones, Ginger, 109. Jones, Hugh III, 91. A s.Ssgjk7 ev sr J RA vnsgiyxg wg Qk y lug J:,,5zLfi3a6 E2MSbn6?1b J . .2563-,iimwfzf V 4 , W X 53" 5 Qx' . X '. ' sal, xx-' n . gwvwf, ,gf, 1 'aQo5,.g 3:12 tit" QQ! '. -.1 ,. ..' ' X Aff? 11453 qv.: ,,,,' 'Q 1::-,-ze. vig- , igggu-,f1g+!ii,l,w.' ' Yf.fwd:557.4-f5L'Qia. 'Y-..f 161 lv ... 2 -f-s .ah -1 1' -D1-f V-45:15-:,?i.q,P'f -In -'-" ', --!- 4' '.w1 A54 Y "' NN?Yq:,m5Xwfgvn. ,,,YAx.g f si ,xref v,1- .':?1qmQ 421 X- 3-.vfafg--' l Jose h Latz, Frank, 41, Koch, nn, 236 McVay, 41. 205, . 238. 4. 182. .1l9. 166. 1. .,23o. 8222 sf We - , ?E?iQ? 2 , 5. Jones, Janice L., 78, 116, 124, 136, 245. Jones, Joseph R., 103. Jones, Keytha Sharp, 80, 91, 116, 136, 137, 140. Jones, Kenneth Paul, 135, 119. Jones, Larry A., 96, 144. Jones, Lenon, 103. Jones, Lowry, 96. Jones, Lynn B., 108. Jones, Phillpg 44. Jones, Richard L., 84, 127. Jones, Robert, 72, 116, 119, 122, 124 125, 150, 178. Jones, Mrs. Robert, 178. Jones, Spiros, 78. Jones, Vera, 149. Jones, Vern, 78. Jorgensen, Myron N., 44, 154. Sister Daniel 121 Lamb, Edward J., Lamb. Eulalia, 1 Lamb, Kent A., 1 Lambert, Paul D. Lambrecht, Jack, Lamkin, Frances, INDEX CCo:n.tinued.D 84. 106. 126. 09. . 08. , 84. 103. 54. Lance, Joyce, 9l,221. Lane, Susie, 92, 131. Laney, Kenneth O., 108. Lannlng, Richard LaPuma, Jess A., 232. 238. Larr, Charlotte, Larson, Edward, La Sater, Hugh, La Sater, Sharon Lathro william M-. 79. 58, 139, 140, 202, 151. 54. 151. , 151. M 4 84. P: -. 5. Latimer, william, 103. Latta, George, 84, 143. 195. Marshall, Robert, 103. Marteney. Jack. 67, 120, 122. Martin, Darly J., 108, Martin, Dav1d, 110, 149, Martin, Deanna, 238. Martin, James, 98, Marts. Carl, 104. Marts, Norma, 109, MaTY0tt, Manford, 67. Massey. John, 84, 144. Mast. Lester, 151 Masters, John, 54. Masters, Ronald, 98. Masters, Sue, 86. Mathematical Honor Society, 120. Mathias, Oral, 71, 120, Matters, Sandra, 104, 155. Matthews, Carl, 45. Matthews, Joseph, 67, 144, P 1 : - Joseph, John, 86, 145, 154. Juel, Joseph L., 78, 139. Juerbe, Herbert, 110, 149. Justus. Charles, 103. K KCUR-FM, 237. Kahman, A. Gale, 108. Kahn, Kaifes Joyce, 103, , Joseph, 86. Kalina, Vernon, 78, 199. Kallai, Sandor, 78, 123, 122. Karl, James F., 149. Karr, George W., 84. Kateman, Clifford, 96. Katyal, Sudesh, 54, 158. Katz, Michael, 78. Katzman, S. M., 78, 154. Kaufman, william, 103. Kazmierski, John E., 84. Kehr, Jerry M., 108. Keith, George, 74. Keller Keller , Goerge, 103. , John, 84. Kelly, James, 91, 123, 157, 230. Kelly, Ken, 87. Kemme, Marjorie, 103. Kemp, Emma, 86. Kemper, James M., Sr., 21. Kerr, George, 135. Kessler, RODEPE, 103. Kesner, Milo M., II, 79. Keys, Ralph, 79, 135. Kahn, William, 86. Kimball, Kenneth R., 66. Kimbre 11, Horace W., 21 Kimpton, Lawrence A., 167. Kinerney, Eugene, 156. King. Roma A., 44, 153, 167. 236. King, Mrs. Roma, 131, 236. Kirchner, Evelyn, 103. Kirkpatrick, Barney, 84. Kirkpatrich, Earleen, 79, 147, 238. Kissir, Russell, 79. Kitterman, Thomas L., 84. Klee, Frank E., 44. Klelnman, Bernard, 44. Klugman, Paul, 91. Knez, Thomas R., 108, 119. Knott, Carl, 79, 146, 233, 238. Knudson, Grover, 103. Koch, Gary, 229. Koch, Harold, 130. Josephine, 149. Lauffer, Henry, 103. Lavery, Robert E., 84. Law Day, 178. Law Dance, 169, 190. Law Review, 200. Lawless, James, 232. Lawless, Ralph, 58. Leaton, John, 103, 141. Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme, 234. Le Circle Francais, 155. Leder, Richard, 182. Lee, Dixie, 103, 137. Lee, Robert C., 79, 135, 238. Lee, Robert L., 66. Lee, Vance R., 58. Leeds, Sherry, 54, 158. Leek, Carolie S., 72, 149. Lehman, Carl A.,84. Leighty, Richard D., 66. Lemon, Bob, 151. Leonard, Janice, 147. Lepper, Eileen B., 58, 122, 151. Levick, Arnold M., 84. Levin, Marilyn, 86. Levit, Martin, 45. Lewis, Charles A., 79, 135, 156, 192, 202, 210. Lewis, Johnathon, 103, 139. Lichtman, Richard, 45. Lind, Ellen, 98. Lind, Jeanette, 122, 145. Lind, Lerma, Jr., 79. Linda Hall Library, 226. Linde, Ann, 103. Lindquist, Arthur F., 45. Lindsay, Sylvia, 236. Linhart, Donald S., 84. Llpoff, Gerre, 86, 122. Litle, William E., 66, 120, 122, 143. 143. Little, Sarah J., 79, 131, 133. Lloyd, wayne A., 108. Lo, Po-Chuen, 108. Loach, Chester V., Jr., 84. Lockard, Betty, 110. Long, Earl W., 72. Long, Elizabeth A., 71, 122, 158. Long, Gweldon L., 96. Long, Lawrence, Jr., 58. Loudon, John R., Jr., 84. Loudon, walter R., 45. Lowe, Claudia, 133, 151, 153, 238. Love, Robert, 103. Lozano, Germain, 155. Mauer. William, 72. Maurek, Gary, 79, Maxie, Harvey, 104. Maxwell. Dwight, 156. May, Linda, 79. Mayer, Lawrence A. Mayer, Robert, 63. Mayhall, Joyce, 104. Maylan, John, 54. , 84. MOPSSH. Rena, 149. Morgan, Robert, 58, 210, 217, Morgens, Norman, 58. Morikawa, Kazuhara, 92, Morris, David, 96. Morrisf Ed: 238. Morris, G. Ray, 104, 122, Morris, Montye, 92. Morris, Myrna, 109, 126. Morris. Roger. 79. 122. 123, 154. Morrison, Robert, 47. Mosher, Janet, 109. Motsinger, Gerald, 104. Moulder, Thomas, 86. Mouri, Sadayuki, 30. Mousselet, Vivian 47, 159. Mu Pni Eps11on, 147. Muckenthaler, E. A., 74, 154, 182 Muckenthaler, Mrs. E. A., 182. Mullen, Betty, 34. Muller, Cleo, 122. Mulliken, Albert, 67. Mullins, Carol, 104, 154. Mulloy, Robert E., Jr., 58. Munk, Albert, 85. Munoz, Verlyn, 149. Murphy. Jack 22, 199. Murr, Jim, 98. Mazanec, Kamilla, 87, 117, 122, 125, 149, 200. McAvoy, william, 104. Mcoarter, Richard F., 96, 143. McCarthy, Marie, 58, 126, 136, 137. McCartney, Elizabeth, 45, 152. McCarty, Bernard, Jr., 104, 141. McCarty, Dick, 143. McClain, Claude, Jr., 104. McC1ay, Milton, 845 144. McCollum, Jerry, 9 . McConksy, Richard, 108. McConnell, Robert, 67. McCoy, Gary, 58. McCracken, J. W., Jr., 58. Mcoreary, william, 26, 141. McDaniel, R. Keith, 96. McDaniel, william, Jr., 104. McDonald, Dayton J., 67. McFadd1n, Richard K., 79, 122, 123. McFarland, John R., 96. McFarland, Mattie, 71. McGee, Robert, 96. McGhee, Richard, 104. McGinnis, Roy, 104. McGinty, william, 96. Mcnugn, Earl, 108. Mcllrath, Patricia, 46. Murray, Donna, 92. Murray, Robert, 96, 142. Musburger, Robert P., 1, 58, 117, 119, 205. Musgrave, Nancy, 92. Music Department, 238. Musick, Patrick, 92, 139, 153. Musselman, Henry D., 47. Myers, Carolyn, 109. Myers. Hugh. 47. Myers, Jerry, 75, 154, 182. Myers. Morton 104. Myers, Ruth, 47. N Nagai, Kenneth, 59. Nakakura, Albert, 108, 122. Namisnak, Robert, 164. Nance, Howard, 92. Nasslmbene, Jean, 109, 126. Nassimbene, Ray, 96, 143. Nayfa, Edward, 108. Neal, Marge, 104, 153, 155. 238. Neal, William, 108. Neel, Robert G., 47, 151. Neel, Mrs. Robert, 151. McKinley, McKinney, McKay, Barbara, 27. McKee, Don, 104. , McKe1vey, Richard, 122, 129, 200. Larry, 108. James, 84, 144. McLaughlin, Bill, McLaughlin, Patric 206. McLemore, Robert, McLeod, Fredrick, McManis, McManus, McNees, Robert, 7 McNutt, George H. McPherson, Robert, McRobert, David, 58 william, Lowell, Edward, 72. MoTyer, Diane, 79. McShane, 85, 144. ia, 104, 123, 155. 98. ue. 96. 1 4 9. 5 - , Jr., 108, 142. 2. 95, 144, 12 96, 122. Neely, Florence, 153. Neff, James F., 21. 182. !Nelsen, Kenneth A.. 59. Nelson Art Gallery, 226. Nelson, Edward, 47. Nelso n Hubert, 150. I Nelson, Jimmy, 230. Nelson, Jon, 92. Nelson, M. Lavine, 47. Nelson, Robert, 28, 122. Nelson, Rolyrt, 110. Nelson, Thomas L., Jr., 108. Newcqrn, Cecilia, 92, 235, 236 Newell, Dora, 109. Ne'mll, Dorothy, 34. Newfeld, C. C., 80. Newma', Peter, 123. Newma. Club, 153. Luben, Evelyn, 58. Newton, Cla ton, 54 Koch, Marshall, 152. Kocker, Gayle, 230. Kohrs, Ed Dean, 151. Konechy, Leo C., 96. Kordash, Jim, 199. Krajicek, Dayton, D., 45. Kramer, Ronald L., 108, 142. Kratz, Geralann, 118, 122, 123, 136, 137. Kratz, Mastin, 110. Luca Luca s, Edward J., Jrl. 54. s, Kenneth A., 79. Lucas, Thomas A., 79. Luet Luke kemeyer, Robert, 103. n, Juanita, 34. Luman, Jack C.,96. Lund Lunt Luth ell, Mary K., 31. , Paul R.. 66. er, Ed, 58, 118, 119, 1 146. 151. 153 156. 22, 141, Means, Mebold, Medina, Meinen, Ly . Sandra, 46. Judith. 79. Francisco, 104. Kenneth L., 120, 122. Melchert, Bruce, 110, 125, 150. Meldrum. David, 96. Mellott Arthur M., 150. Menges, Mensch. ,Paul, 108. George E., 46. Mensing. Henry, 104. y . Newton, Earl T., Jr., 63, 148. Newton, Gerald, 27. Nichols, Lelani, 92. Nichols, Mary E., 59, 123. Nicholson, Patricia, 236. Nielson, Anne, 47. Nickel, william, 80. Nidiffer, T. J., 142. Noak, Leonard, 104. Nobes, Penny, 194, 153. Krause, D. H., Jr., 66. Krause, Lothar, Krause, Nancy, 9 118. 1. 136. 137. 177. 173- Luttrell, Robert E., 9b. Lumpk1n, L. L., 108. Lyman, John, 103. 178. Kubelka, Leroy, 91. Krenkel, Donald C., 58, 120. Kresse, Joseph, 103. Krlnn, Orpha, 151. Krumer, George, 79. Kruse, Jan, 103. Kundsvater, Nonna, 149. Kunz, James, 79. Kutina, Arlene, 31. Kutina, Loren J., 96. Kyle, David T., 96, 143- L Lynch, Joe R., 108. Lynch, Kay, 35. Lynch, L. M., Jr., 66. Lfnch, Thomas, 87. lions, James, 110, 122, 149. M Mabe, Roy, 58. Macan, Michael, 79. MacDonald, James, 87. IaBerge, Steve, 103- La Budde, Kenneth J., 27- Lace, Robert E., 108 La Croix, Wilfred, 54. Iadek, Kenneth E. 79. Laffoon, Gerald D. 74. 182- MacDonald, Rod, 84. Macke, Dolores, 149. MacRobert, James, 67, 142. Madison, Judith, 103, 131, 140. Mag, Arthur, 21. Magee, Stanton M., 96. Ma ic Horn of Charlema ne, 235. alensche n, ene ., 5. Mall, warren O.. 79. Mallin, Gloria L.. 79. Meredith, Martha, 86. Merrill, Merna, 92. 123- Merryman, Mary. 92- Messmer, Karen, 92. 154- Metcalfe. Sandra, 92. Metzgar, Floyd, 108. Meyer, Donald, 67. 120, 122- Meyer, Theodore. 79- Meyers, Mort, 234. Middleton, Ronald, 92. Midwest Research Institute, 227. Milam, Rose, 155A Miller, Gary. - M111er. Gilbert. 58. 146. 238. Miller, Herndon, 58. M111er, Terry. 57. 115. 142. Miller, William 108 Noble, Alberta. 59. Noble, Liz, 92, 137. 221. Nolan, Jack, 104. Nolte, Edgar, 233. Noltenmeyer, Milton H., 47. Nook, Leonard L., 148. Norris, Karen, 104. Norris, Leland, 87. North, BaS1l, 126. Norton, Patricia, 80, 232, 238. Norton, Sheila, 80, 136, 137, 157, 221. Nott, Jack, 80. Noyes, Robert, 67. Nuessle, Noel O., 48, 121, 182. NUESBILE, Mrs. Noel, 182, 244. Null, Jack, 80, 118, 119, 122, 139. 140, 146, 153, 180, 201, 238. M11ton, Gilbert: 229: 234. Mindrup, Jerome, 96, 144. Mitchell, John. 92. 135- Mitchell, Richard, 63. 116, 122. 125, 148, 159. Mitchell, Beta. 46. 199- Mittag, James, 110. 0 Oakers on, Richard, 234. Obatake, Paul, 85, 122. 0'Conn Odekir or, David, 154. k La Bo Lage, Lo1s,154. . Iaidley, Joseph T.. 79.155. 238. La111, Frank. 93- lally, Edward. 103- gig !44!'3 Mallln, Linda, 103. Mallory, Rusleen, 86. Mandacina, Mary F., 71. Maness, Peggy. 103. 133. 175. 192. 238. Manford. Donald L-. 79- Manheim, Ernest H., 45. Mankin, James, 67, 120, 122, 143- Manley, Louis C., 96. Mann, Robert, 87. Manning, Carter, 146. Manning. Hoy. 54. 143- Miyahara, Richard, 46. Moberly, Jacob. 57. 117- Moberly, Ronald. 104. Moews, Viva. 92- Moffat. Ralph. 67. Moffet. James. 46- Morfett, James F.. 79. 154- Mollett, Rosemary, 153. Montalbano, P. J-i979. 217. Mont omery. Pat. - Montgomery, Richard, 92. 178- Moore, David. 45- ?VnH75Q4?fi2"JMl4t4ff,2. .11 gr-, , , . , G . 71441 Kehli gre Mano 11, Colette, 79. 123- March, Robert, 103- Marcy, Mary Ann. 109- Margolis, Arthur, 103. Mar1e11a, sister SSM, 75. 154- Marks. Jon. 79, 158- Marlar, Helen, 109- Marriott, Dean. 79. 123. 210- Marschner, william. 84. Marsh, Larry. 123. 229- Marshall, James. 108- Marsnall, Jerry. B4- Moore, Dorsey. 57- Moore, Hugh. 45- Moore. Moore. Jim, 153. John, 92. Moore, Max. A5- Moore, Mike. 135. 140- Moore, Norman. 122- Moore, Rayburn, Jr., 104. Moore, Robert, 108. Moraln. Morevlt Morgan. Roger, 182. ska, Leroy. 92- John A.. 21. 1 PTY. - O'Dell, Jack, 118, 122. 0'Dell, Linda, 59, 136, 137- Ogden, Edward Lee. 122. 22 1252 752515 .fw 'iff 4112? .,mW3Cfz"-- M, wevmf 'wrw,m,. .ff "1"-- g.,Qf2:. ,ff , wg ' da. 224. agfav was W7 V 1 -. 'f'Amm5?f, WJ Q,'jg:r-:Y U 4 3, gg. ti Q ' fllffj' ' -f J.. .A. A A Qt 1 , r f Y 2 'ZX 4 1 af . Y .M af .23 A .. I l ,W f ' 5.13, Patterson, Mary, 122. Sullivan. Aaron, 69. Smead, Rost, william , ug, 121, 145. Pierab Purcell, Larry, 97. 1 5 1 J -J . I c l i f r n I 1 r i I 4 E l 2 U l I ' 1 V4 ll A 1 I I L B ! Okano, homas, 108. Oliver, william, 104. Olsen, Lelia, 104. Olsen, Richard, 59. Omicron Delta Kappa, 119. omicron Kappa Upsilon, 120. O'Nei1, Durl 67, 117, 144. Orchestra, 2nO. Orcutt, Eugene, 87. Organizations, 129. Orhoff, Bernadine, gil. orientation, 163, 1 , 174- o'nourke, Marg, Il 123. Orr, Peter, 67, 145. Ortiz, Gustavo, 85. Osborn, James, 103, 210, 217- Osborne, Sharyl, 1356 221- .P Osterstrom, Ngncy, Ott. Louis. 9 . 133. Overaker, James, 150. Overturf, John 96. owen, David, 55. Owens, Gessie, 34. Owens, Russell, 67. JEIE5l'IIIJII5IfI5iI KCIIIGIJ21IL1bi.JfJ:1:1.GE2CfLD Reid, Jerome, Jr., 109, 144. Reinhart, Jack, 105, 139. Relnstein, larry, 80. Reisbord, Shirley, 105, 137, 221. Relaford, Ray, 58, 151. Replogle, Richard, BO, 199. Reser, Thomas, 68. Rethorst, James, 109. Rho Chi, 121. Rhyne, Robert, 68, 117, 127. Rice, Guy, 125. Rice, Richard, 109. Richardson, Bruce, 234. Richardson, Glenn, 109. Richie, Wilbur, 65, 122, 144. Richie, william, 120. Richmond, Fred, 48. Richmond, John, 48. Richmond, william, 75, 123, 125, 145, 154. Rfcketson, Nangg, 71, 126. Riddlebarger, . Ridgway, Sharon, 93, 206. Ridpath, Martha, 80. P Pabst, William, 104. Padgham, Ross, 96. Pagacz, Ray, 75, 145, 154. Palma, Sal, 87. Palmer, Virgil, 96, 144. Pan-Hellenic council, 140. Parizek, Eldon, NB, 156. Parker, Don, 92, 156. Parsons, Carolyn, 92. Paschal, William, 96, 152. Passiglia, John, 104, 139, 235. Paton, Kenneth, 93. Patrick, Helen, 31. Patterson, Duane, 67. Patterson, Gerre, 100, 133, 152, 238. Patton, Wayne, 154. Patzman, Ann, 122. Paul, Ronald, 63, 124, 125, 139, 148 Paxton, Narnie, 34. Payne, C. W., 85. Payne, Nancy, 86. Pearce, Joseph, 67, 30. Peck, Betty, 27. Peden, James, 96, 143. Peeples, Richard, 68. Penticuff, Jack, 48. Perez, E. Edna, 109. Personalities, 16. Peters, Edward, 68. Riepen, Ronald, 110. Riffe, Henry, 110. Riggs, Homer, 54, 118. Riggs, W. Russell, 85, lhk. Riley, Deanna, 105, 137, 221. Ritter, Diane, 182, 244. Ritter, Ralph, 145, 154, 182. Robb, Lewis, 148. Roberts, Roberts, David, 109. Frank, 93, 156, 238. Roberts, Howard, 75, 121, 122, 12 145, 154, 152. Roberts, Ron, 229. Robinson, 93, 234. Robinson, Carol, 109. Robinson, David W., 48. Robinson, Hamilton B.G., 23. Robinson, Omar J., 49. Robinson, Paul M., 59. Robnett, Howard, 54. Rody, Arthur R., 85. Roeder, Clarence, 110, 150. Roehl, S. Pete, 68. Roehling, william M. 85, 142. Rogers, Candler S., 59, 150, 200. Rogers, Charles W., 109. Rogers, Donald P., 97. Rogers, Richard T., 85. Rogers, Toni, 105, 137. Roland, Kay, 147. Rollo, Charles E., 147. Ronch, Eurpides, 71. Rose and Silver Ball, 166. Rose, Vincent, 93. Rosen, Brenda, 109. Rosen, Michael, 118, 122. Rosenstein, E., 68. Rosnik, John C., 109. Ross, Richard, 93. Rosson, Jack L, 59. Rost, Mrs. william, 145. Roth, Genevieve, 49. Rowe, Louis A., 85. Rowe, Ralph, 105. Rowland, Lo , 98 Roy, Dee, 65, 126, 122. Peterson, Erwin, 96. Peterson, Eugene, 182. Peterson, Merwin, 97. Peterson, Robert, 104. Peterson, Warren, 80, 151. Peterson, Weldon, 87. Pfeiffer, Carl, 104, 123. Pharmacy field trip, 182. Phelps, Richard, 54. Phi Alpha Delta, 149. Phi Delta Delta, 149. Phi Delta Phi, 150. Phillips, John J., 122. Phillips, Willard, 178. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, 146. t, Joe, 68. Pierson, Elmer F., 21, 178. Pilkey, L0ra1ne, 151. Pitcher, Lawrence, 97, 1N4. fPitcock, Robert, 108. Place, Jackson, 98. Plett, Charlss, 97, 143. Plotkin, Stanley, 59. Pogue, Donald, 97. Pokorny, John, 75. Pollard, Lyla Lee, 137, 122. Pollock, Julia, 109. Pondera Jim, 59, 14 6, 151. Ponick, Duke, 93, 123. Popenmeie Porter, C r, Gerald, 54, 154. hastain, 48. Porter, Darrell, 93. Posey, Edgar, 97. Pound, Gary, 75, 121, 122. Powell, George E., Sr., 21. Powell, Jack, 229. Pratt, Wallace, 104. v Price, Karen, 59, 2 38. Primrose, J. Stephen, 97, 143. Procter Charles, 93 Procter: w1111am, 2 Pruitt, sandra, 93, P51 chi, 151. 25. 235. 133. Ptacek, Michael, 85. Royall, Norman N., U9, 118. Bozell, Billy, 68. Ruble, James R., 109. Rubright, william C., 97. Rudd, E. Lynn, 59. Rudd, Jack M., 85, 145. Rudisaile, Stanlei, 97. Rueb, Alfred O., 9. Rumsey, James A., 105. Runck, Merle E., 109, 142. Runyon, Dr., william, 34. Russ, Tommy, 55. Russell, Douglas, M9. Russell, C. Scott,lO9. Russell, Robert J., 49. Rutherford, Gerry L., 97, 144. Ruwart, John, 93. Ryan, Jesse A., 63, 148. Ryan, John B., 85. R an, William M., 49, 153. S Saale, Ray, 148. Saddler, Linda, 105. Sagardia-Sanchez, J., 72. Saeger, Albert C., 49. Saladino, Rosalee, 145, 154. Sandoval, Ben, 68, 120, 122, 144. Sanfilippo, A., 68. Sankpill, Conrad, 105, 139. Purcell, Thomas, 97. Sannlng, 140. Glenda, 117, 119, 122, 1 Q Queen, Jesse, 120, 122. Quigley, Robert, 122. R Rahav, Amar, 105, 123. Rains, Steve, 207. Ralph, william, 71. Ramel, Mrs. Esther, 122. Randolph, Randolph, David, 122. Rpbert, 59. Ransom, Robert, 93. Rapp, Carl, 105. Hatton, Ralph, 109. Ray, Jim, 75, lU5, 150, 182. Raynor, Richard, 59, 154. Read, Edward, 80. Rector, Henry, 229. Red Carnation, 188, Reese, L0nn1e, 105, Reeve, wayne, UB. Reeves, Albert, 08. 189. Reed, Gerald, 93, 217. Reed, Marvin, 68, 143. 230, 234. Reeves, Linda, 93, 131. Regenbogen,Tom, lO5. Santoro, Alex, EM. Saper, Marshall, 93, 157, 206, 23 Sapp, Gary L., 80. Sargent, Glen w., 85. Sarian, Hratch K., 75, 154. Sato, Tooru, 68, 120, 122, 142 Saunders, Robert J., 80, 122, 123 Sauer, John, 50. Sawyer, Carl W., 50. Sawyer, James, 234, 235. Schaffer, Martin, 60. Schatz, James W., 85. Schalley, Georgeanne, 120. Scheele, Paul, 233, 239. schelp, John M., 109. Scherer, Shirley, 105. Scheufele, Beverl , 93. Schick, Robert, 66, 142. Schmitt, Harriet, 109. Schoech, Donald R., 85. Schuler, Laleta M., 71. Schultz, Charles, 105, 123, 154. Schultz, John, 145. Schulz, Julius E., 50, 126. Schusler, Mary L., 71. Schwarz, H.R., 71. Schwartz, Norman L., 50. Schweiger, Norman, 60. 3, 33. 2. Scorse, Sidney W., Jr.. 35. Scott, Sarah, 53. Sears, Richard, 93. Sedlack, Joann l 1 09- Russe11.w., 80. Segner, Seider, Othniel, 54. Seifert, Ronald, 110. Selden, Karen, 105, 133, 221, 223- Selden, Sharen, 105, 133. 221. 223- Selden, Tina, 133. Selvey, Lewis E., 60. Selvey, M. Louis, 155. Sentner, Ealeen, 126. Seymour, Jean, 151. Shane, Teddy, 60. Sharon, Sister Mary, 87. 121, 122. 123. Shavey, Dave L., 75. Shaw, Steven W., BO. Shea, Patricia, 93. Sheahan, Norbert T., 80. Sheehan, Tom, 156. Shehan, Marjorie, 105- Sheibley, Phyllis, 34. Shellenberger, Sandra, 31. Shelton Shemark , Larry E., 85. , Kenneth, 105, 139. Shepard, Ronald, 93. Sherard, Harold T., 80. Sherwood, Kenneth, 233, 238- Sherwood, Patsy A., 80, 122, 133, 180, 181. Shields, Michael, 93, 139. Shimmick, Dorothy, 105, 123. Shipley, Wanda, 93. Shipman, Joseph C., 122. snoemaker, Richard, Bo, 139, 146. 153, 233, 234,,238- Shopen, Gloria, 105, 123. Short, Les, 146. ' Shouse, Carl G., 63, 148- Shreeve, Jim, 93, 210, 217. Shrew, 2 33. 355552, John, 87. Siefert, 217. Siegel, Lester, 21. Sigars, Roger,93. Sigley, William, 54. Sigma Alpha Iota, 147. Sigma Beta, 136, 137. Silander, Sven, 68. Silverman, Ted, 105. Sims, Thomas E., 109, 200. Simmons, James C., 109. Sinclair, Vaughn, 68, 143. Sipe, Joanne, 86, 122, 126, 133, 189, 158. Sippy, Charles S. Skaer, Wilbur C., Slayton, Richard , 85, 142. 97. E., 72. Sloan, Sam N., 85, 1M2. Sloanecker, Jerry Small, Debra, 60, Smalley, Clayton, W., 80, 158. 123. 122. Don, 229. Smith, Anna L., 71. smith, Barry, 229. Smith, Carolyn R., 75, 145, 154, 182, 244. Smith, Dalton, 105, 123, 155, 238. Smith, Donald G., 75, 182. Smith, Donald L., 93, 145. 154- Smith, Donald M., 68, 143. Smith, Douglas C., 105. Smith, Ethel, 31. Smith, Jack E., 63. Smith, James H., Jr., 59, 122, 120 Smith, Robert, 50. Smith Sandia L , 121, 122, 13 . ' -. 93 147, 238. Smith, Wallace B., 97, 144. Smith, William E., 85. Snelling, walter, 105. Sno-Ball, 120, 122, 171. Snyder, Charles B., 60, 153. snyaer Harry D., So, 157, 230, 23 235, 235. Soldanels, Anton P., Jr., 85, 144. Soligo, Edith R., 71, 118, 122. Sollars, Donald, 231. Soloff, Eugene, 93. Soloveitchik, Samson, 50. Solow, Jerome, 69. Spain, Nathan, 93. Spalding, Catherine, 147. Spallo, August, 87, 149. Sparks, Benjamin T., 109, 142. Sparks, Veronica, 122, 157. Spayd, William A., 122. Speca, John M., 23, 122, 150, 178. Speer, Hugh W., 25, 122. Spehr, Mary, 109. Spence, Peter K., 109. Spencer, Jack H., 63. Spencer, James, 93, 146. Spencer, C. Dean, 109. Spencer, Roger C., 97. Spielberger, Dena 122, 126. L, 60, 117, 119, Spindle, Gerald L., 60, 123, 156. Spivey, David R., 80, 229, Spoor, Judie, 105, 232, 238. Spoor, Michael, 93, 156. Sportsman, Pat E., 80, 229. Spotts, James T., 48, 93, 123, 135 Staab, Arlen, 69. Staab, Ronald W., 109, 144, Stafford, Charles W., 80. Stamper, Jack L., 122, Stanley, Judge Arthur J., 178. Stanley, Mike, 105. Stanley. Roger, 93. Stansbarger, william H., 63, SCant0H, H.L., 85, 142. Starr, Robert,69. Staudenraus, P,J,, 141, Stauffer, Truman P., BO. Stearn, Richard J., 21. Stearns, Franklin, 122, 123. Steele, Ann, 28. Stevens, C.J., 25. Stearns, Franklin, 80, 1561 3, 2. Stein, louise, 109. Steinhauer, Peter F., 109, lqq Steeb, Earl, 110. ' Stevens, Cheryl, 236. Stevens, David M., 85. Stevenson, Charles, 122, Steward, Gertrude, 151. Stevart, Carol, 109. Stewart, Pat, 149, Stockwell, Dave, 151. Stockwell, Jo Anne, 151, Stotfus, Ronald H., 69, 139. Stonner, Linda, 86. Storey, Aline, 31. Storey, Lavern, 105. Storey, Raymond, 105. Straf, Doody, 234. Strafford, Charles, 156. Strayer, Suzanne, 105. Stroh, Sonya S., 80. Strong, Paul, Jr., 105. Stroud, H.L., 122. Stroud, Parry E., 50. Stroud, Sandra, 93, 137, Strouse, R.G., 142. Stuart, A.S., 1U3. Stuart, Linda L., 105. Stubblefield, Mildred, 86, 118,122 123 ' Stubbs, Kenley F., 80, 120, 12L Students, 52. Student Publications, QOM, 205 Staff, 206, 207. Stykes, Abel B., Jr., 71. Strack, Robert E., 109. Strnad, Jardon, 97, 144. Stroud, Herschel L., 97, Strouse, Ronald G., 97. Stuart, Algie s., 109. Stuckey, ward, 87, 150. Suffecggl, Evelyn, 110, 122, 123W 1 . Summers, Supplee, Paul R., 105, 233, Robert A., 105. Swadley, Betty Z., 105. Swaffer, Joseph, 93, 123. Swarner, Joseph, 87. Swarty, Charles W., 63. Sweeney, James M., 109, 127. Sweeney, Sweitzer Swengal, Swingle, L60 J., 31. , Robert E., 50. Charles, 56. Vester, 233, 236. Swlnney, Donald M., 60. Swope, Carolyn, 34. Symposium, 187. T Takase, Allan, S., 97. Talbott, James, 69. Talbott, Thomas, 106, 139. Talge, Foster L., 80. Tanaka, Frank K., 85. Tanner, Edward W., Sr., 21 Tanquary, David A., 27. Taron, Joseph, 69, 143. Tau Kappa Epsilon, 139. Taylor, Jack E., 97, 127. Taylor, James D., 106, 139, 235 Taylor, Loren, 87. Teachers Now Training, 158. Tennant, Forrest M., 85. Terry, Brooks, 159. Terry, Larry K., 106. Terry, Maurice B., 80. Teraoka, Harry H., 97. Tharp, James A., 106, 1k6, 238. Thayer, C Thielke, harlotte, 178. Lawrence B., 50. Thoman, Robert, 69. Thomas, Al, 148. Thomas, Carol, 93, 123, 155. Thomas, Charles E.. 75. 1k5, 15M Thomas C.Y. , 21. Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, Edith, 72. Gallaton, 157. Glenn F., 75, 154. Kathleen, 109, 126. Natalie, 50. Paul R., 60. Thompson, Dale M., 21. Thompson, Don J., y7, 126. Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thomsen, E.B., 75. James M., 72. Jane R., 72, 149. Martina, 109. Norman N., 109, 143 Oliver J., 50. warren, 123. Jerry S., 109. Throne, Gayne R., 109. Thurmond, Jane L., 71, 123. Thorne, G.R., 132. Tikalsky, Frank, 54. Tobin, John, 110. Todd, T0m, 87, 145. Todd, Ronald, 59, 142. Todd, Thomas, 182. Tolan, Robert w., 81, 234. 235- Tommey, James, 69. Toole, Herman, R., 81, 154- : n J' il 1 f'..' x I , 1 4' C sjsi ' ..a" a: . 4' ,Ye xl -IQ. Q , I I' f " v Q i' fo N ffsll - S anglais 9 . .M .nw in K.5s . yeas S .keuaffu 'Z 0 is E -:'4 .s.ff .J f. 1 l g . is Nea, 136, 137. Yamamoto, Roy, 94. 3, 22, 4. 4' N IIA ,.d 9 Q 5239 Torch and Scroll, ll8. Townsend, Daniel H., 81. Track Team, 215. Tracy, Sandra L., 106, 137, 206. Treece, Robert, 93. Tregaski, Glade L., 85. Trickett, John S., 105. Triplett, Cllff0rd A., 75, 154. Trout, James, 69. Truhllcka, Robert E., 97, 144. Truman Library, 227. Trussell, Richard D., 109. Tunks, Donald E., 97, 142. INDEX fContinuec1.D Waters, William G., 106, Watson Watson Watts, , Kenneth, 69. , Thomas, 87. Dale, D., 85. Weatherley, Sarah, 30f Weaver Weaver , Joe, 109. , Marion, 63, 118. Webb, Farrell, 51. Webb, Marjorie, 149. Welher Weinho , Ronald 81 1 , , 35. ld, Carol, 81, 238. Weinstein, Don, 94, 130. Welch, Joe, 69. Welch, Thomas, 85. Welcome Dance, 165. Wells, Eugene, 85, 144. Wells, Jacqueline, 81. Wells, Jack, 51. Welsh, Dave, 148. Welsh, John, 106. Welty, Frank, 69. Wempe, Jerry, 97. Wensel, Dwight, 94. 206. Williams, Francis, 109. Williams, Hazel, 51. williams, John, 106, 123, Williams, Mary, 106, 238. Williams, Maurice, 85 144. Williams, Patricia, 95, 137, 157 199, 232. Williams, Terry, 109, 124, 127, 142. Williams, Winfried, 81. Willis, Willits, Willits, Willson, Willson, Wilson, Wilson, William, 81. Wyatt Harold 94 210 Wyatt: Jerry,'8l.' ' 217' WYlY1 Lyle, 100, 146, 233, 235- wY1Yi3girg1n18, 118, 122, 136, X X1 Psi Phi, 144. Y Lyle, 51, 121, 145, 154. X Donaea, 117, 120, 122. Sue, 158. Dan, 97. Dorothy, 29. Wilson, Douglas, Jr.,86. Wilson, Ida, 71. Wilson, James, 63, 148. Wilson, Olive, 35. Wilson, Raymond, 81. Yates, Ann, 229. Yates, Bob, 153. Yates, Joel M., 81, 123. Yoshizumi, Donald, 85. Young, Ken, 229. Young, Virginia 0., 71, 118, 122, 123. Young, William, 34. Yourse, Timmle, 5. Yukon, Sandra, 86, 158. Turner, Ida, 149, 178. Turner, James, 93, 155. Turville, Norma, 147. Tuttle, W.W., 121. Twyman, Kent R., 106. Twyman, Paschal, 151. Tygett, Thomas G., 97. U Uhlig, Robert L., 122. U.K.C. Players, 157. University News, 262, 202, 203. Uleman, Jack, 93. Underwood, D.L., 75. Unell, Earl, 151. Untrif, Rhoda, 94, 131, 152. Urion, Mary E., 71. V Van Bibber, Betty, 106. Van Blaricum, W., III, 97. Van Deursen, Hardin, 50, 146, 153. Van Gogh, Loyd Wetbrush, 60. Vanice, Kaer, 229. Vantlne, Charles, Jr., 94, 238. Vazquez-Torres, H., 69. Veateh, N.T., 21. varnado, Alban F., 50, 234, 239. Vegiard, Robert C., 60. Vertreese, George E., 106. Viers, L. Edwin, Jr., 94. Vincent, Charles, 75. Vinduska, Eugene F., 97. Voge, Larry, 233. Vogel, Edward, 94. Vollmer, Herbert, 54. Vorce, Robert N., 106. W Wachtel, Marlene, 151. Wade, Leland R., 81. Wagner, Florent, 87. Wagner, Jerry, 69, 122. Wagner, Jo Ellen, 106. Wagner, Linda, 109. Wagner, Jerry B, 120, 127. Wagner, Lloyd, Jr., 94. Wagner, Mickey, 109. Wagner, Myron L., 50. Wagner, Vanetta, 147. Wagner, Walter, 51. Wahlstedt, Warren, 60, 156. Waitman, Robert A., 109, 142. Walker, James K., Jr., 60. Walker, Walker, James W., 81. J. M0rt0n, 51, 235. Walker, Norman S., 81. Walker, Roy, 81, 123. Walker, Theresa, 33. Wallace, Frank M., 85. Waller, Jan, 27. Waller, Robert R., Jr., 97, 127. Wallington, c.J., Jr., 71, 141, 181. 207 Wallis, Walsh, .Sue A., 106. James J., 122. Werking, non, 109, 142. Werner, Judy, 94. Wesleyan Fellowship, 152. West, Bob, 109, 127. West, Clifford A., Jr., 61. Westphal, Virginia, 61. Westermann, Edwin, 51. Western, Janet, 106, 238. Wetzel, Sigrld, 54. Whetherell, 94. Whisler, Gerald, 81, 146, 238. Whitaker, Barbara, 94, 123. White, Bernice, 122. White, Helen, 51. White, Mary, 109. White, Ronald, 61. Whitehead, James, 97. Whitten, J. B. Jr., 109, 142. Who's Who in American Colleges, 114. Wiedemann, Martha, 61, 119, 122. Wiens, Ernest, 109. Wilcox, Nancy, 81, 147, 195, 221, 232, 238. Wilhelm, Robert, 61. Wilke, John, 94. Wilkerson, George, 81, 236. Wilkins, Fred, 1, 139, 203, 238. Wilkinson, James, 106, 135, 23 w111ets, Lyle, 182. Willets, Mrs. Lyle, 182. Willey, Phillip, 109, 142. Willhite, Bob, 148. William, Richard, 106, 149. Williams, Albert, 61, 118, 122. Williams, Arthur, 85, 144. Williams, Arnold, 85. Williams, Diana, 94, 238. Wimp, Jet, 229, 236. Winer, Clarence, 7, 123. Winslow, William, 98. Winters, Shirley, 61. Wittrock, John, 85. won, Juanita, 109. Z Zammer, Charles F., 81. Zander, Madeleine L., 106. w. R. A., 221. Wood, Bonnie, 109. Wood, Douglas, 87. Wood, Lamont, 106. Wood, Robert, Jr., 81. Woodard, Don, 51. Woodford, Wesley, 94. Woodward, D., 81, 122. Woodworth, Allen, 1 . Wooldridge, William, Jr., 94. Woosley, Woosley, Howard, 69. Richard, 150. Worthington, Nancy, 75, 154, 145 Wray, Eugene, 85. Wright, Doyle, 85. Wright, Forrest, 109. Wright, Lynda, 94. Wunderlic h, Elaine, 86. Wurst, Betty, 109. Wuthnont, R. D., 97. Zander, Martin, 106, 123. Zeh, Anna L., 106. Zeligman, Betty S., 106, 155. Zeligmah, Linda, 86, 126, 158. Zelko, Robert J., 61, 124, 126, 232, 233, 235 233. Ziegler, Robert, 24. Ziemer, David, 15 . Zimmer, James fBuddyl, 81, 157, 2 233, 234, 235, 236. Zionist Organization, 152. Zuk, Jeanne, 94, 137, 221. Zwetow, Mata A., 106. Walsh, James N., 149. Walsh, Richard F., 50. Walters, Don, 94, 229, 232, 234, 235- Walters, Leslie, 229, 235. Walters, sandra L., 81, 229, 234, 235. Walthall, Charles D., 51. Walton, Opal, 118, 122- Walton, Philip D., 60. M Ward, Judy, 94. ward, Paul, 154- Ward, Robert L., 149. - Ward, Ronald Kenneth, 61, 135- Ward, Shirl W., 97. Ware, 2 John A., 106, 139, 123, 233, 38. Warkoczewskl, M.A., 51- Warner, Benjamin W., 51- Wasko, '33??i?3m5"' " L- CZCX. SBK' v N W f I 1 re s 1 Gig George,Jr., 94. V, 1-im, rs? 318K h,A ,Q z3Qx' 6 x w WY 'Af ! Q lk, L. , f .-.f'f..,.... . 2 4,110 . '1QL5.S ,v,1 .,,,f , . fr ,, ... ' -. .1:.':.g.' . fj-"---. ,L ..' ,. .l. ,yy ,,f 7, - ... 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WE u-I -.11-""' S6 FS -,,,J EWERWII N6 121 cfzool Supphbsl UKC BOOK STORE 4 .- M ' ' V1 if i in T31 lx M W 25 . -4 iir W NW V22 W, W 5 E1 U .I 'S 11 F i 1 P ai, FF, 51: I1 M H :I ' Y 1 1 f W N 1 5 1 I ' i J 1 1 . 6 M I V S. x Ps.. T.. .I- -L of your basic office equipment . . . For your new dental office, you will probably invest about six thousand dol- lars in operative equipment. . . may We suggest also that you consider a modest investment in prosthetic equipment? Prosthetic dentistry may Well become the most important part of your prac- tice in the years ahead. It is wise to plan for it, and equip your oflice for it, now. The Trubyte Bioform Professional Den- ture Service Unit is an ethical practice- building aid which helps you to select the proper form, size and shade of Tru- byte Bioform Teeth, and helps you to create an esthetic, individualized ar- rangement for every single case. It is simple, accurate and effective. Many dentists find it indispensable to their prosthetic practice. Your patients will quickly recognize the superior results of truly professional denture service, which characterizes and individualizes every denture. Ask your Trubyte Representative about the many practice-building and patient education aids now available. THE DENTISTS' SUPPLY COMPANY OF NEW YORK YORK, PENNSYLVANIA BEGIN WITH THE BEST... Rl TTER Dental Equipment! 2 The beginning of your denial A practice is close at hand. lt is l l the time to select equipment T with thoughtful consideration. ' You want Capability, efficiency T and dependability. More briefly, T you want to "Begin with time Besi!" f You will, when your choose , T T l T Ritter dental equipment. I ' Ritter designs and engineers ' equipment fo keep pace with T y V progressive dental techniques. .T y, l and to give years of reiiable service. A nearby Ritter dealer is ready f T to discuss your plans for the fuifurel . . . anclshow you how easily you ' , can "Begin with the Best" through T the Ritter Professional T l Equipment Plan. T Q QENTAL 4.96, . Q' YEARS fl , 5 -4 y O e 52. e 4959 Q nge 3 RITTER PARK o ROCHESTER 3, N.Y. if- -..l-.1- Here 's to a SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE Q4 ,F Let i T 499362 FQYCTVIQ our experience in Dental Technology be an aid to Your Success RL! DENTAL LABORATORIES 'I25-28 WIRTHMAN BUILDING 3lst 8' TROOST, KANSAS CITY 9, MO. WE I-3995 WE l-3996 I welcomes all Students and Alumni . . . "ABOUT TOWN COFFEE TERRACE" . . . THE POPULAR CABANA Luncheon Daily ...THE SIR LOIN ROOM Home of K. C. A Charcoal Broiled Steaks HEADQUARTERS ANNUAL ALUMNI MEETING PSI OMEGA DELTA SIGMA DELTA XI PSI PHI "Always the Best in Entertainment' HOTEL ' ' Plulhps 650 .sjforiezi .xdir-Konohfionezl Comforln l2th Street at Baltimore Kansas City, Missouri -'-"peace of mind . . . about your future and the future of your family is provided by Life Insurance. For administrative life insurance service consult a Kansas City Life representative. KANSAS CITY LIFE INSURANCE coMPANY'i' BROADWAY AT ARMOUR 0 KANSAS CITY, MO. CITY AGENCY GR 'I-2136 KANSAS cm, KANS. AGENCY Fl 2-4608 OPERATING IN 4l.STATES AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA WK i. Q A" E KN EYEZEQ e RN EV 'T' H E N E Y C H AY E S 'I' E C H N I C Also Ney Ney Ney Brzdge 6 Inlay Book Gold Handbook Planned Partial: The four Ney publications mentioned above contain basic up-to-date information about Ney golds and dental laboratory techniques. We are glad to make them available because we feel sure that you will find them truly useful in your daily work. We also want to call to your atten- tion the consulting services of the Ney Research and Technical Departments and then, closer to you, the availability of your local Ney Technical Representative. You will find him particularly helpful when you establish your practice. NEY TECHNICAL REPRESENTATIVES DON WATERMAN 787 Winding Way River Vale, N. J. NEIL B. SWANSON 7l3 Graisbury Ave. Haddonfield, N. J. PAUL A. LEMIRE P.O. Box 990 Hartford, Conn. JACK REINHARDT 244 N. Lincoln Ave. Park Ridge, III. EARL S. KENNEDY 6122 Worth St. Dallas, Texas JOHN A. ADAM IOI Gladeview Way San Francisco, Calif. DAVID E. PAULEY Route JI, Box 70-R Winter Garden, Fla. BRENDON 8. SCULLIN I4302 Delaware Ave. Lakewood 7, Ohio CARLTON L. DILLINGHAM Box 2 Kitsap, Wash. ATHOL DICKSON 814 Lockwood Richardson, Texas LOUIS ANDREATTA T800 Iroquois Ave. Long Beach, Calif. RALPH B. PERKERSON T738 Baulderview Dr., 5.E. Atlanta, Ga. DANIEL C. SULLIVAN 6 Orchard Lane Kirkwood, Missouri THE J. M. NEY COMPANY E HARTFORD 1. CONNECTICUT RAlFTSMANSlHll Our clients demand the finest in dental prosthetics . . . and get it! When they entrust their bridgework to us, the end result is more than just another restoration . . . for the secret of our processing success is CRAFTSMANSHIP, the invisible ingredient in superior dental service. As master craftsman, we recommend vacuum fired porcelain fused to gold restor- ations. They combine the esthetic naturalness of translucent porcelain with the perfect fit and permanent strength of gold bonded to it underneath. In performance, gold and porcelain restorations are shock proof, impervious to mouth fluids, and benign to tissueg in appearance, beautifully life like with perfect shade and anatomy permanently built in . . . truly a product of superior craftsmanship. Vacuum fired porcelain fused to gold restorations have been accepted the world over as the finest in full coverage. Let us prove it to you. fifczuaeu GOLD 8m CERAMICS DENTAL LABORATORY 'I2th 81 Walnut Street Bldg. 0 Kansas City 41, MiSS0Uf' BAltimore 1-9464 's A Pleasure! lt,s a pleasure-to be of service to you in college and we thank you for your patronage, helpfulness and courtesy. It's a pleasure-to help you locate a dental office. And it is easy, for with our files and information we can save you time and expense. lt's a pleasure - to design your office from the partitioning to the color scheme. lt's a fast service and satisfying one, too, for we have the means of personalizing to meet your satisfaction. ltls a pleasure - it is a real pleasure, to watch your practice grow and to have the feeling that we are part of it. QRS-Q5 5 200 West 74th St Kansas Cnty 'I4 Mo . EMerson I H5 BEST WISHES from She .jwloude of a jcljouaancl WoJeA" , .jvlome of gown recio ion, .xdffacgmenfa cowmmn nenrofonm conronnnon New Nor: 1 A N TOP UNE DENUSWA uJn.unms 4- SOFT . MEDIUM COLOR, QUALITY, TECHNIC HARWEXTRA HARD AND SOLDER IN COMPLETE wb, Accokm wuunms Gm., co.. qlwu atnxqxg FQRT ERIE' QNI. 0 BUFFALO 14, N.Y. IIETTINGER DENTAL SUPPLY C0 y... uw ana! Omni you we .szruiced OUP '!0l,U" M. F. PATTERSON DENTAL suPPLY co. Butte B Edanch iced in jwenfy-fkree .gafed A. P. HETTINGER CARY DENTAL SUPPLY CO. CO. Boise Milwaukee Denver Topeka Amarillo Minneapol Kansas City Tulsa Dallas C d R p'd P tl d L I Wichita FortWorth D M Sf P I Okl h C'ty Houston D I th S ttl O h Lubbock F g S City Springfield S n Anton C B y Sp k ne I Cty Sh k E g MISSISSIPPI DENTAL SUPPLY C0. ly H II JACKSON L gB h L A g I Pasadena . San Diedgo wdgd af y0ll,I' 6eI"UlCe Dental Supplies Location Aids Equipment Financing Dental E ui ment Office Plannin Color Plannin CI P 9 9 GULLEGE REPRESENTATIVES MAURY TUNISDN BOB TAGGART We Specialize l l ll' ff' S U D VAR G All Types of Prosthetics liafincfiue pbofograpbd ll GOODMAN DENTAL LABORATORY sum Im 3708 BROADWAY VA 1.0350 Nl lzfh cf WALNUT ST. BLDG. PHONE GR. 1-2292 il' p ll ln appreciation of many years consideration shown in allowing me to be ot assistance in planning to make your future more secure. L H. Frank Poole l l l r l Ralph w. Moll l Representing NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY l l 3521 Broadway A JE l -9600 Hl 4-6154 ' Kansas City, Missouri lf is always a pleasure to work with a young denfiSf an li li l l l l l l l l l . l d we feel that by doing good work A . we cafn be a valuable aid in building G denial Pmdlce' l 4 l MYRON'S DENTAL LABCRATQORY 1401 Fairfax Twfy. P 0 Box 387 Kansas City, Kansas gil' . . y I -l fl 7'4" THE Pattison-McGrath Company IVIERCANTILE BANK BLDG. l I I7 Walnut Kansas City, Missouri Dental Equipment Dental Supplies and X-Ray Machines WM. ZIMMERMAN 0 CARL HOFF COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES PDRTER Qlaera fin? owna 0 Af! JGML 210 WEST 8th STREET HARRISON I 6929 KANSAS CITY MISSOURI I I T T i 'i i .-..,,J- 3 I T I l 1 1 1 T I ! 1 F a i T 1 1 1 I T 5 6 with S. s. WHITE DENTAL PRODUCTS In every type of dental product from hand instruments to air driven handpieces, S. S. White's reputation and experience assure you of advantages that contribute to professional confi- dence and competence. You can also get helpful advice from our distributors or our Oflice Planning Division on ofiice loca- tions and layout. Let us know how we can be of help to you right now. THE S. S. WHITE DENTAL MANUFACTURING C0., Philadelphia 5, Pa. i,,..11- ANNOUNCING A TRULY RARE OPPORTUNITY TO ESTABLISH YOUR OFFICES IN KANSAS CITY'S BEST KNOWN DENTAL-MEDICAL BUILDING AT A COST YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS. CHOICE SPACE INCLUDING ALL NECESSARY REMODEL- ING AND AIR CONDITIONING WILL BE ARRANGED AT RENTAL TERMS TAILORED TO MEET YOUR PERSONAL FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS. A DOWNTOWN OFFICE PROMISES UNLIMITED ADVAN- TAGES AND FUTURE TO THE YOUNGER DENTIST. YOUR INVESTIGATION IS INVITED. The PROFESSIONAL BUILDING ELEVENTH 8' GRAND VICTUR 2-5711 HERBERT V. JUNES Gr CUMPAN Y MANAGING AGENTS Typce C Hard for Carmichaels, M rowns and all Crown JELENKO and Inlay Abutments. Highly Burnishable. GOLD COLOR. Certified to Meet A.D.A. G Specification No. 5. 82.25 per Dwt. An electrical melting and casting unit with linger tip THERM TRQI- azz?Lgizzftiriggirpefafufes- JUDIOI' ductility and density and minimizes pits and porosity. 3285.00 f.o.b. New York, N. Y. With pyrometer and exclusive temperature controller which lelenko automatically regulates 2 temperatures to l600'F., Model IFCC is idreal for wax elimination an re- eatin . llnlay Furnace Controll H0112 1 10 4 g inlay rings or 1 medium flask. 370.00 f.o.h. New York, N. Y. PERFECT TRIO FOR YOUR PRECISION CASTING PROCEDURES J. Frlelenko 8 Co., Inc. I36 WEST 52ND ST. NEW YORK 19, U. S. A. Q LET'S GET ACQUAINTED Why not pay us a visit and inspect the most modern Dental Laboratory in the mid-west. You are always welcome. DYSART DENTAL LABORATORY 420-27 ARGYLE BLDG. rr r KANsAs crrv Mo Q fi wiiit ' - vu 2 9490 2 9491 1 :alarm 1' CTOI' ' -' ' , ' S: 4 " f' .. A 455,515 lim HQ in ,-mfg 1. -Ll Member National Ass'n Dental Laboratories RUBINSUN BRUTHERS TRI-STATE DENTAL LABORATORY I Acrylic I Ticonium 0 Gold 0 Porcelain O " Hydro-Cast" Phone LOgan I-4411 2 E. 39th St. Kansas City Il, Mo. Drop in and see us l I l I 1 nl 1 1 1 - MIDWEST DENTAL LABCRATORY Missouri State Dental Accredited Laboratory Vitallium and Luxene Laboratory 293 Plaza Theatre Bldg. Kansas City 12, Mo Phone WEstport I-0416 J., If I-Ii I EIS! ,II E- I . I I I I II II I 'II II II P II ' EI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I III II 'I I III! II I I V I I I I I I I I Il. I , I I I III I II ' I I II E III I I I I I II' I' IIII I III I II I ' I' I. I I II IT I W I I I 1 I I I I I I f I I I I I I III I, I I ' ' ,, Y. -mn., .AAAIMM 3 2 I ri I I . '14 f . , 1 1 f T 1,1 1 11 11 1: 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f a 1 1 11 '1 i, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , ' 1 1 1 11 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 11 1 11 1l1 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 1' 1 1: I1 1. 1 1 1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 QYY' 014. 45' 513130 1 H !f'iT7 XX A, N' . X ' X X :5s"'-2 l I , ' ?'. Jigga: ,,,.,,',,,,,,-5 4 p ,. 0 Q If " f H 'lf X N " " r ' 1 - fl X gg,-4-2 Ji: X Q X V 1 QA I 1 90 OUNDED W99'


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