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' f I 1 X , 1.- 0 UNDED 1999 fi! lk Sandra Tracy, Editor Pk Jim Tharp, Business Manager X f Pk Administration and Faculty Pk Students Pk Organizations Pk Activities and Events Ik Athletics Pk The Future Pk Senior Activities 4, x 's'f'f1-fm. , - 5 V s. 44 .Q 1: ' Jqyx 593' ,rv ' 41 ewi2:"i 55. NNE - B 1' A xp! ' rg . - if Q, ' , W 5: A.' , ff. -Q ' fr . -,Sr "if '. .1 Q w . V' 1' ' it ,E 4' - :I Q'-,o - . I?-gif' . - 'Xe -V: ' 1? V 5 U X'-FA ' "". -'gl .' ,Qi -. . n 4 gal .' . 0 1 ,Q .lf ,- WWA 4 a, 'YY x -Q 'Q 4' p15 9 2 fr-. ... ., K. . ti'-.. N-. f .W 'Rig-Q Q b, 4 9 7' y:,,'w-.bn j3f,f,:,, . 'vu'-..,. ., , . "9tgD!:'n1':.gL.t Xiu f-if f 'W - XR S- U' fr- 5' 'K f " ,,. -,f ' 32 A 1 ' Ng ? Q 573' "!.. -41" tip., 52 YV of' 1 we -'Vik' Y' 1-A' S-u' 4,1 ev if 2 . ff! I ab' I -- 'U 0 5 1., 4- 'NAA SPIN 0 "fl: - X Q 'HR rwtfu' r-1 -I Pk University Pk Arts and Sciences Pk Business Pk Conservatory Pk Dentistry Pk Education Pk Law Ik Pharmacy JOHN A. MORGAN, Chairman Butler Manufacturing Company The Board of Trustees Taylor S. Abernathy, Treasurer First National Bank Donald R. Armacost Peterson Manufacturing Co. Francis W. Bartlett Bartlett and Company David T. Beals lEmeritusl First National Bank W. Edwin Bixby Kansas City Life Insurance Co. Willard J. Breidenthal lEmeritusl The Commercial National Bank John M. Clayton, DDS Myron K. Ellison, Counsel Stinson, Mag, Thomson, McEvers and Fizzell Richard B. Fowler The Kansas City Star John B. Gage lEmeritusl Gage, Moore, Park and Kreamer George L. Gordon Lathrop, Righter, Blackwell, Gordon and Parker William D. Grant Business Men's Assurance Co. Ralph L. Gray Sheffield Steel Division, Armco Steel Corp. Joyce C. Hall Hallmark Cards, lnc. Raymond W. Hall lEmeritusl Hillix, Hall, Hasburgh, Brown and Hoffhaus Henry C. Haskell The Kansas City Star James A. Hazlett Board of Education William B. Henderson lEmeritusl William B. Henderson and Co. ,Roland B. Hewitt Union National Bank Ray R. lrwin lEmeritusl James M. Kemper, Sr. Commerce Trust Company Horace W. Kimbrell, Secretary 543 Federal Building Arthur Mag, Vice-Chairman Stinson, Mag, Thomson, McEvers and Fizzell Ralph C-. Martin Cook Chemical Company James F. Neff Helen Nelson Columbian Hog and Cattle Powder Company John M. Neumayer, Assistant Treasurer Haskins and Sells Alfred F. Parmelee A. F. Parmelee Companies Herbert O. Peet H. O. Peet and Company Elmer F. Pierson, Second Vice-Chairman Vendo Company George E. Powell, Sr. Yellow Transit Freight Lines John F. Pritchard, Jr. J. F. Pritchard Company George Reuland Allis-Chalmers Rheta A. Sosland Richard J. Stern Stern Brothers, lnc. Edward W. Tanner, Sr. Edward Tanner and Associates C. Y. Thomas Spencer Chemical Company Dale M. Thompson City Bond and Mortgage Co. N. T. Veatceh lEmeritusl Black and Veatch Mr. Justice Charles E. Whittaker Supreme Court of the United States 5,, 3. DR. RICHARD lVl. DRAKE Chancellor With Vision for the Future, Chancellor Drake Reviews Progressive Developments The existing increase in the number of freshmen who entered The University this fall brought an incen- tive to the campus that quickly made itself felt not only in the heightened activities of students but in the life of the classroom. Students who attended The Univer- sity last year had a large part in the stepped-up recruit- ment program which The University conducted during the summer, and the response of these efforts was manifest in the excellent Orientation Week program. When the Second Annual Leadership Conference was held in October, it was indeed evident that students had caught the spirit of a University moving forward. The new era in student activities inaugurated last year with the office of the University Center continued to expand, and the program directed by Mr. Handy and his staff has developed a growing life of its own. With the dedication of the University Center to be held this coming September, student life at The University of Kansas City will indeed come of age. Other inspiring announcements have been made this year. For the first time, annual gifts and grants to The University exceeded the one-million dollar mark, show- ing that we have a growing host of people in this com- munity interested in The University's welfare. The School of Pharmacy, which this year celebrated its 75th anniversary, announced a proposed S600,000 building and the School of Dentistry, celebrating its 80th anni- versary is well along with a three-million dollar build- ing program. The two buildings will have adjoining locations, and a new health sciences center is in the making at your University. The School of Education, under a recent Ford grant of S625,000 has been de- veloping a master plan for extending its present fine offerings. Altogether, with other divisions and faculties of The University equally interested in the growth of The University's physical and academic facilities, this has been a most productive year. The Administration is again extremely proud of The University's students, who have demonstrated an un- usually strong and understanding interest in the work and progress of University affairs. Together we are building a University of Kansas City that will continue to offer our students the broad, fine-type of higher education that will fit students for places of leader- ship in American life. Richard M. Drake Chancellor The Chancellor and Mrs. Drake entertain new students at a reception during orientation. ROBERT E. NELSON Vice-Chancellor for Development After gqrvine a year with the University as Assistant to the Chancellor for Development, Mr Nelson bee carnr, Vice Chancellor nn September l, i959 His many 'V,'t','iFS of experience in the field Of college and univrfrgity public relations assure his success in the performance of duties essential tri future develop' rnrgnt It is lflr lwlrglsons job to direct and CO Ordif nan, public qrimmunicatinns and alumni relations, fund rai',in.1projf2Cts, special events and the offices of puhl-citi,f and publications '1' DR. CARLETON F. SCOFIELD Executive Assistant to the Chancellor Director of Graduate Studies Drs Scofield has come to the University this year from the University of Buffalo, where he served as head of the psychology department He attended Wesleyan University in Connecticut where he re- ceived his BA , and then received his PhD. at Yale University. He served from i942 to i9-16 with the United States Office of Strategic Services, during which time he was awarded the Civilian Citation for Exceptional Service, In i952 he served with the Human Resources Research Office as Director of Psychological Warfare Research, travelling to such places as Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. He was in Pakistan in l9S6 and i957 as the Cul' tural Attache After teaching as a visiting professor at the University of Florida in i958 and l959, he spent last year at New York University. The Uni- versity is indeed happy to welcome Dr Scofield to its staff. ti DR. S. WHEADON BLOCH Dean of Students Y S 'IW QWW' P' 4' 'waxy f Q' . '-'N-W 'Q- ,X 1 LEO J- SWEENEY Qlfvfa Director, Records and Admissions BOB HANDY Director, University Center I MRS. CHRISTINE D. HOCIN Activities Director GEORGE FENCIL Director, Student Placement Il DR. KENNETH J. LA BUDDE Director The Library JAMES COVER Director. Alumni Relations .2 U x-',- pNl Q .43 J GEORGE MESLEY Director, Development for the School of Dentistry BURNDT KOLKER Director, Continuing Education I2 HELEN J0 CHRISSMAN Director, Publicity and Publications SADAYUKI MOURI Bursar SARAH WEATH ERLY Assistant Bursar s r ss s s5s s si, S :P 15" ,sf li Q11-L' , ti - H, i ii -. I' ,fix 'xx L ' R 3' N W eiitiffff .1 ::i.1:::s 2 -::-.- , -,-- f V: :i',11:,-, x 1,1 . , .V ,f..L.3w::-.1-.if -r ,,,.,,xX,Qg w--5:3-.,..f - .14:::.: - ' 7,455 1,1-1 .3-J o. 1 xii?- JAMES E. PEARCE Business Manager .... .. ....,.. -.,- 1 ,, , ,...., ,.... ..f- ,- ,, ,.,,,, M ,,,.. -... .... .,,. ,- I, A. ,:,,...,.....-,,.....,-,- ,L RALPH M. HENDERSON Assistant Director Admissions JEAN EKBLAW Assistant to Dean of Students I3 1 1 . I is I Arts cincl Sciences . . . EDWIN J. WESTERMAN Acting Dean Serving as head of the College of Arts and Sciences this year, Dr. Westerman has also continued as Chairman of the History Department, keeping in shape by teaching the course in Foundations of World History. Before coming to the University in l946 he received his degree from the University of Colorado, where he taught for a year. During the war he taught in an Army-Air Forces College Training detachment. After coming to the Uni- versity of Kansas City, he became head of the History Department in l95O. During l953 and l954 he traveled abroad with his family while on sabbatical leave. His special field of interest is the social and intellectual history of the Middle Ages and English History, 1 -ei' ff' I I vw' f LJ' I U I ,BQ 1 .wav if Q? 'L I V s,f IC w"""1 .01 ,. ' 5515-: feifafbiiei ' -.ffi WFP '-5 ,f ' W -f fl ...Z Qxfgfi j W ,J If 'I H .4 . X z.?t,wKi t. 6. f , If J lrijh .,r. f ' 1--i.'4-1 .-7 I ' Q DR. WILLIAM B. ARNDT, JR FREDERIC M. BEILE FRIEDA BRIDGEMAN D. SHELBY BRIGHTWELL DR. WALLACE C. BROWN DR. HAROLD C. BURDICK DR. ALEXANDER P. CAPPON DR. WILLIAM L. CRAIN DR. JOHN G. L. DOWGRAY, JR. DR. BERNARD M. DULSEY GEORGE EHRLICH DR. SIDNEY E. EKBLAW ROBERT M. FARNSWORTH DR. MORTON GOLDMAN WICKLIFFE B. HENDRY DR. MARATHON E. HIGH DR. ROMA A. KING, JR. IRVING LEVITAS RICHARD LICHTMAN DR. PATRICIA MclLRATH FREDERICK R. McLEOD O. BOYD MATHIAS RENATA MEYERS FRANK MILLICH WILLIAM W. MILSTEAD RUTH MYERS ANNE NIELSON 'Q ELDON J. PARIZEK DURWARD A. REDD JAMES P. REID ROBERT L. RILEY NORMAN N. ROYALL, JR. ROBERT J. RUSSELL, JR. WILLIAM M. RYAN ALBERT C. SAEGER SAM S. SCOTT SAMSON SOLOVEITCHIK J. MORTON WALKER RICHARD WARING HELEN M. WHITE ,A . . W ' ,I ' 42 NE!! , :N N ik ff gli. I XI 9 40 . C 3' .Q ' ff -" V3.4 1 X A an 'X .le , I 1 . 5, xi, , Q 6 fb 1' 5 , -f-+ ' , , .. . X ,, ' Q, A V. .ag ,xg U S -Q .I E 'S ' ' , fax if I X I' A A -v if - , , 5 Ny I. af an 5 ,E ...,... " - "H" I YE? A 1 I f, I - f I . fw ,,., H I , . , , I ,, f fi S-.ss gs ., . ff .-1 'I ' 2: Q 4. , f ' e ffa,-sf: ' 2 M - ' 11... ,.., ' 1 -3253.5 gg' . . fi ' mx "' ' W "' 1239- Z: 9 -'Noi ' .45 - -...f A "nj, 7 H. 44. ,P if -1, .fel 5 - ,-..r'- 1? 7 I A-Q 'XLT x .-hw .. K f-L K To 3 , . , b ,1.. 1, 'we' , fw -t'1'r'h far- - -I' . .I f , gn X r1 I I . . L? fra' ' 1 :r ' ' +I 1 I , O I N" P f 5 .1 I7' NCT PICTURED: Robert L. Branyan Andrew T. Brown Harold Buschman Helen Jo Chrissman Henry A. Droll John R. Hodges Myron N. Jorgenson Bernard Kleinman Solomon E. Levy Schwab S. Major, Jr. Ernest Manheim lrwin D. Nahinsky Herbert Netsche Bennie J. Pearson Edgar R. Rosen Henry E. Scott, Jr. Raymond G. Stone Myron L. Wagner Walter C. Wagner Leon H. Warshay , 40 QUT' Jkt K gl px?-'X '-V6 31 if li! ff -ra " L-b...-,f 5' Q C wh TMJ X tvs? QW GN 1 Q if A L 33 ,5 XM , ., ., 1 lim x.. Q , df g'll if l , . X 51 -I ' 1 ' ii -I X 1 Q u P . fr f 17 5' -' A r fmuibx fr? , 1 I W" Q 7 ' V x x,rulIn,, ', ' V - l Ari I J : J. J ' as K ,- . i- f' X lfi.. . z. f ' fr j ' V I ' lik f' X ' i v W- J S Ox x ' ' ' Nix., 'VIS V . Elf L7 .!jl.7" r' g.' 'I ' ,lar l. 1 X iff Wilt l "' I' "Hg uf Lg 1 f'f?.'. -it ,j fmlif y ' I, 1 x K J I 8 Business . . . WILLIAM C. FREDERICK Acting Dean Dr. Frederick is Acting Dean of the School of Business Administration at the University of Kansas City. From i958 to July l96O, Dr. Frederick was Associate Pro- fessor of Management and Economics at the University of Kansas City. He is co-author of "A Program of Edu- cation for Creative Leadership in Business," which describes the new departure in graduate and under- graduate business study at the University of Kansas City. He holds the degrees of Doctor of Philosophy in Economics and Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Texas. ln recent years he has done re- search on the values of the American business system, the social responsibilities of businessmen, and the process of management decision-making. Currently, he is engaged in research on the Soviet executive and his education, and is making a study of the Kansas City economy. Dr. Frederick has served on the faculties of the University of Texas, the University of Florida, and the University of Tampa. He has also served as a private consultant on problems of municipal and regional plan- ning, public utility regulations, and management. I l9I I 6, I5 Y X .I -9? xl JOHN C. CHITWOOD PAUL A. CHRISTIANSEN I 3 A E S. STANLEY DALEN V ffl -5' NOT PICTURED: Barnie E. Abelle, Jr. X." ,..-I REVERDY T. GLIDDON EDWARD N. LUCKING WALTER B. WRIGHT 20 I Conservatory. . . ARCHIE N. JONES DEAN Following the merger of the University oil Kansas City and the Conservatory of Music of Kansas City in l959, Dr. Archie N. Jones was appointed as Dean of the new division of the University. He is a past president of the Southwestern Division of the Music Educators National Conference, and the author of over a hundred magazine articles, several textbooks, and has composed numerous choral pieces. Dr. Jones is listed in Who's Who in Music and in the monthly supplement of Who's Who in America. Under his direction the music curriculum has been extended, and degrees are at present granted on both the Bachelor's and lVlaster's levels, as well as the professional degrees formerly offered by the Conservatory. 21 I 36. Q51 5 -'K' yd.. 4 '74 x - N! ,,,-il' -g A f Ar 'Q I -L 6' an x- -'I Q J . X U 1 NOT PICTURED: Q? V 1-1-9- if DR. ROBERT ADAMS JOANNE J. BAKER DR. FRANCIS X. BEUBENDORF, JR. 'WALTER E. COOK STANLEY DEACON DR. W. EVERETT HENDRICKS DR. WIKTOR LABUNSKI JOSEPH V. LADEROUTE TOM C. LOVITT IRVING MILLER LEROY POGEMILLER DOROTHY RENDINA EUGENE STOIA LEONARD VAN CAMP HARDIN VAN DEURSEN Latonia Barnett Catherine W. Farley D. Russell Patterson Charles R. Doherty Lyle Kennedy Frances Sparks Fred G. Duffelmeyer Virginia French Elbert L. Vermillion Mackie 9, "A "2 'KP if ? f HAMILTON B. G. ROBINSON DEAN This year marked the third for Dean Hamilton B. C. Robinson with the University. He came to us from Ohio State University in l958, where he had served as As- sociate Dean of the College of Dentistry. He received his education from the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Rochester, and served on the staff of Washington University from I937 to l944. He has served on the staff of numerous hospitals, and edited several dental journals and served as Chairman of the Board of Editors for Dental Survey. Among his many honors are included the University of Pennsylvania Alumni Award of Merit in l959, honorary membership in the Federation Dentaire Nationale Francaise, and the Tufts University Award in l958. Dean Robinson is a past president of the Columbus Dental Society, the American Academy of Oral Pathology, Faucharcl Academy, and others, and a former trustee of the American Cancer Society. He is looking forward with the rest of the University to the day when the proposed new Dental Center, to be located at 5lst and Rockhill Road, will become a reality. Ib- Q' 1' , 'Z 441 I ag, I -an :I 41' sl +1-' N .1 X S H ' al 5 1' " 'r .f P' ., -X f iv. ' . N A X KUQX ff? fn! ROBERT E. ALLEN WENDELL V. ARNDT CLAUDE R. BAKER LEO F. BIESER VICTOR D. BOWLES FRANCIS M. CALMES D. KENT DIMICK VIOLA D. FLANAGAN BERNARD K. FORSCHER CHARLES C. FRANCE, JR C. RICHARD FRIEDLEY ALLEN O. GRUEBBEL WAYNE L. HARVEY JAMES E. HERBERTSON ARTHUR E. IVERSON PHILIP M. JONES HENRIK A. KNUDSEN WILLIAM LEFKOWITZ VALY MENKIN DAVID L. MOORE HENRY D. MUSSELMAN RICHARD C. PORCH WAYNE L. REEVE M. LORENE NELSON ROE Q 8. ,. Q. 1 ' mm pg: W N ll 'NVQ S ,xiii .gap ,fl A I ..7.Yx'x.'A'- :. ,af ,ir s,i-,.,- . 5, , , .. , Q xr., . - . 4. ,Q Z2 x G X X X X Q 3 . Q , V I E . A , 0 M 2 M XY 2 X X S W I F Z5 . 'S'IAI 2 -,'..::::.-,rim .. K . X X, N. .M R hw-, M f N., . H5 X . . X X 4: ,x .. X X K . ,X X N X ,,.,.,... I sg..wgg.:.g..x5jv , W 'Q' fl f I is . :T 31 . ..., Y. Q X' . Sz X:-: JMR fs- ,M XYXQPNFQX-'EP-2: S .. X 4 Nvksffz yr' , .... X a "rw'E I i f-14? DELLA.. ..L.L?L... ALLLLILIIAILILILAILILLI-- LL-- LLL.. ..-M fix n -mann, L I 9' 'fr ' A-1 I' f x I .- I if 7 ved QI, .fl In It '. , 'I ',nv,'Q'. Hr, I f A .,4.,'. , , If ., ff... A."s' 1 44-9'-. rr an 'uni df .3754 GENEVIEVE D. ROTH WILLIAM E. SANDERS JOHN L. SAUER. JR. CARL W. SAWYER NORMAN L. SCHWARTZ NATALIE THOMAS CHARLES D. WALTHALL BENJAMIN W. WARNER JACK E. WELLS CHARLES C. WILLIAMSON 0 ,. lyf u - V Education . . . i if XX, ' 'r ix 4 X ! A , it V ,i f i ,. ,Di-3 .xi .- -A is N , I ti Q lx iff, Q A N! To i A W X Q , . , it its 1 A ,. ig i. -'1- . E 1' QQ ,'v"v,-,. Q M Ex E 'i E HUGH W. SPEER DEAN Dr. Speer came to the University of Kansas City in 1945 with an extensive background of experiences in the field of Education. He served as a public school ad- ministrator for a number of years prior to World War ll, and also as principal of high schools in Fredonia and Hays, Kansas. He was director of the Veterans Advisement Center at UKS, and has served abroad as a lecturer at the University of Tehran, and as advisor to the Mnister of Education on curriculum as a Fulbright W 27 Scholar in Iran. He is the author of numerous articles in educational journals, and is listed in Who's Who in America, Leaders in Education, and Who's Who in American Education. He was appointed head of the Department of Education at the University in l948, and has been the Dean of the School of Education since its organization as a separate division in l954. Under his capable direction this school has enlarged and expanded and now offers lvlaster's and Doctor's degrees as well as the Bachelor's. DID 'n :df ff' lvl RUSSELL W. ANNIS ' of Q- Q f' ' "I .4 ' DONALD c. ARNSTINE fl- N I Q h ., .l .E MARGARET s. DUDLEY - -6 U . ' ' If ' i b, DAVID CLIESSMAN K I. ,f X A39 I f ff 'ca "' J '3' 0 JANE F. HADDEN hu. f - - ' I Af, -1, JoHN J. HANITCHAK ,1 I " I ' 1, if dn: ' av if . .1 T' .I I ga 5 lf" id' or-"fr ... ,...-al I I 5 -.1 "AI 1 F f I J MARTIN LEVIT MARY L. MARKSBERRY JAMES S. MASTERS LEO W. MYERS REATHA M. SIMMONS DON C. WILLIAMS HAZEL B. WILLIAMS NOT PICTURED: Barbara F. Ashton, Samuel W. Block 28' Law... FREDERICK D. LEWIS DEAN Dean Lewis has been with the University of Kansas City as Dean ofthe School of Law since his appointment in l959. Before coming to Kansas City he had served as Professor of Law at the Drake University for ten years. Dean Lewis received his education at the Uni- versity.of Illinois, and holds BA. and J.D. degrees. He has had numerous articles published in leading legal journals, and was the editor of the Blashfield Cyclopedia of Auto Law and Practice. He is a past president of the Iowa Bar Foundation, and holds membership in the American Bar Association, Phi Delta Phi, and Omicron Delta Kappa. Under his capable and conscientious direc- tion the School of Law has made and will continue to make great strides toward ever increasing excellence. 47 s-4" -e-sg n-""" V' Q--3 a , 4- I 9. I , if W, , 55.13 'x l-'x Mk 1 f f I X!! I Q0 Af' L. X u X J AIA .4-' . In . -fn' .X V X... F NOT PICTURED: Elmer L. Horseman, Jr. ELEANORE C. BLUE CHARLES E. FIDDLER RUDOLPH HEITZ DUANE R. NEDRUD HUBERT E. NELSON CANDLER S. ROGERS JOHN SCURLOCK JOHN M. SPECA Pharmacy. . . C ...J ,digggp-uns, LESLIE L. EISENBRAN DT DEAN Dean Eisenbrandt has been a member of the faculty of the University of Kansas City since he received his Ph.D. from Rutgers University in l936. He had also attended Kansas State College and Emporia College. Beginning here as an instructor in the Biology Department, he taught the first courses in physiology and parasitology offered at the University. He served as Director of Re- search and Associate Professor of Physiology on the staff of the School of Dentistry from i942 until l947, when he joined the staff of the Pharmacy School. From i948 to I949 he did research work with radioactive isotopes at the University of California. He was ap- pointed Dean of the School of Pharmacy in l953. Dean Eisenbrandt is a member of Sigma Xi, the American Association for Advancement of Science, Kappa Psi, Rho Chi, the American Pharmaceutical Society, the So- ciety of Biology and Medicine, the Society of Phar- macology and Experimental Therapeutics, and the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, During his service as head of the School of Pharmacy much progress has been made in curriculum and teach- ing methods. 7' 45. A J. LEO McMAHON 'Ns' ' NOEL o. NUESSLE Y? P. Q' WILLIAM J. ROST ,J PAUL M. SCOTT 5 I V . X 1 1 X I LYLE W. WILLITS az sw OW X3 Mrs Cockefanr exchanges ideas with Educ-at X5 Will? Norman Cousins at dinner announc- f 'Oo Sc Y Lev' ing establishment of Carolyn Benton hoofi andhll ' , Cockefair Chair of Learning, rl action 91229 , - 'C World. "F- ders of the scientlll Sllafp. Miss Bar students explOr2 Won ger' F'Sl"a"D"' - phat-maCY xmv Faculty members mingle at Chancellofs reception. 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BILL PICKETT RICHARD S. ROGERS BARBARA J. SMITH FRESHMEN L. MARIE COGBILL CHARMAINE COLE SHARON R. CROLEY GARY D. DEMPSEY MANFORD L. EATON MAYBELLE B. FRANZ MIRIAM A. HALLIDAY JANICE E. HANDY JUDITH M. LYON MARY M. ROBERTSON JEANMARIE TRESSLER SAUNDRA S. WILSON n .b A4 -:--ffildj fx 4, .77 I D I J , , , f Eff. 'k'1 Q I V A , l .r A I 'Q' cz J , Q 4- ' , ' 2,- av. ' 'ah ,x g .1 v" lr-v f - -5 W - ' I, X' ix - , - 1.4 J . Evra.-i V Fl? N if in ' ' ' ' cfs' I RANDINNE THORUD FRED WARD JAMES R. BARTLETT MARGARET G. BOREL .nf 5 ' 7'-S . it A , V ,v N If r 1 ! ' 'J A ' - T' X A ' ' n- "' .H .3 Q -' A 'f il' Tj f, L I J L Dfw - . X.: 80 'A gybf A . -1 n M -YJ YJ ' 3 - '5 , 4, 1 .11 2 1 '? , 4 ,.,- 1 1- Au -A ,... r Y .P 1' 'J ,1 41' 1 f 4: 7 U -I ,..a I Juv ' ly x -I TQ 1 . iv .,,Cl JU. Af Dentistry GRADUATE STUDENTS oi RICHARD s. CALLENDEII M1 is Q ROEBRT J. coorsn M23 .2 1+ I 5' TTTT T TT T I , O If ,,.II PHILIP M. DOSTER 3 , :,I , HOWARD L. FULTZ g a , 1 I W I I I ,A I 1,, .1 .,b.. I l,, , I.,I, , I . III xg ,xl 5 "I Yi , I 2 X 5 WILLIAM GREGQRAK I ,II, f ,E abb . fl HOWARD W. JOHNSON kI'I' f I A REUBEN A. KIRKPATRICK f U S F if ' ' 6' 4' , A xl ' 'A - GORDON o. LAMBSON I iv iq JOHN P. MacKlNNON W - ' I' X. Rs ' "" ' X I W O X. I 81 5- ,J if I 'Q 'N fl if 22. X ' ' ' ,,. RONALD G. WOLF "My, what lovely tonsils You have.' 82 ,,.4-an J .,S-.s- -" ,v RICHARD M. NELSON SIDNEY W. SCORSE JAMES H. SMITH ROBERT A. SUNTER HARRY R. ULMAN O. B. VAUCHAN FOURTH YEAR F. ARENA N. B. ARGERSON DAVID R. ATKINS RALPH T. BARTON WAYNE A. BEISER TOM G. BERRY EDWARD C. BLUBAUGH THOMAS J. BOMBERG ROBERT W. BRAZIL STUART N. BROCK MELVIN BROWN HUGH H. BRUNER, JR ' 1 4, 1 A 6. 1- 'ni 1,1 fi! . GLEN A. BUNCH 4 ' 'CN f 4. ' T' I ROBERT E. Bus'rARo 1' and 'Vs- a-Q an ,B all 1' 'P f f mini.- 'Y' Ui? at fi 36 84 HARVEY C. CARLSON LELAND W. CARLSON RONALD L. CEARLEY JACK M. COPELAND MORTON COPENHAVER EVERETT C. CROUCH BERNUM R. DRYDEN A. T. EDWARDS TOM D. ELLIS RICHARD F. FEIERABEND RICHARD A. FOSTER JOSEPH G. FUNKE JAMES GARRETT LARRY L. GAUSMAN JOSEPH H. CINGRICH DONALD W. GOSSETT CHARLES L. GRAVES WILLIAM P. GUTHRIE JOHN GUTSCHENRITTER WILBUR D. HAWLEY ARNOLD R. HENDERSON FRENCHY E. HICKMAN New N Rim 'il Mfg, 2 any A J- 'Y an RQ, 'V' 'E J 'E' 85 352 .lf Dk 171 -..-. xg ' rs, mfr' 5 v . ' if 'h.'5', . .gl 1. ' is .' 'fi I .Q i si, I 5 56 fj- . 7 5' Er v"v'Q" 3 I -I vlc'roR HILDINGER C' C3621-Q-,, 1 -A , 9 , i ,LQ t I ,K Pax., B. R. HIPP LARRY S. JACOBSON NICK JAMISON EUGENE JARUS HARRY JETT - 'I ' J' .' 1' LARRY A. JoNEs f'---6 Q ,?.,', i A6 -'Ju 'fl LOWRY JONES CLIFFORD KATEMAN -5' -5- -' Leo c. KONECNY LOREN J. KUTINA DAVID T. KYLE as I cwELnoN L. LoNc 'F '53 9 ' 9 L33 P, JACK C. LUMAN ROBERT E. LUTTRELL nc . f sql' i S STANTON M. MAGEE . 5 RICHARD F. McCARTER JERRY R. McCOLLUM RAYMOND K. McDANIEL JOHN R. McFARLAND ROBERT F. MCGEE WILLIAM J. McGINTY WILLIAM R. McMANUS LOWELL M. McROBERTS QFD :IW p -, Mp:-u..,,m ilk 1 wma!! nf .Q Q Wm.. ,ms ,AX -...g . 40? -.4 - Par" its ,s- it . -R ii clan an O Q-H? .5-at Q T DAVID S. MELDRUM DAVID D. MORRIS ROBERT C. MURRAY RAY R. NASSIMBENE LOUIS L. OTT JOHN R. OVERTURF ROSS A. PADGHAM VIRGIL L. PALMER WILLIAM D. PASCHAL 0 fl 49 JAMES E. PEDEN ' -A -:- :Rwm A. PETERSON ,,,,.-a 88 MERWIN D. PETERSON LAURENCE S. PITCHEF CHARLES W. PLETT DONALD R. POGUE EDGAR W. POSEY J. STEPHEN PRIMROSE LAWRENCE J. PURCEL THOMAS E. PURCELL DONALD P. ROGERS STANLEY E. RUDISAIL GERRY L. RUTHERFOR WILBUR C. SKAER WALLACE B. SMITH ui A J 3, . A , 1 00' x-"url gr B1 AD' ll x T-L -1-:if l 3 85 r-sf? gi t 'T , ,I ,Z . ,Q 'S' ,,.- ' L 13 ml iq 51 ?g,l .Q 6 ef , ,... .....-- ' . al -fx ,Q-v ft Al-0: An.,- .t -- ,A 1..- 1, 1, -'am Q - -Q -'I 00, "5" apr. so ROGER C. SPENCER JARDON STRNAD HERSCHEL L. STROUD RONALD G. STROUSE JACK E. TAYLOR DON J. THOMPSON ROBERT E. TRULY DONALD E. TUNKS THOMAS C. TYGETT JAMES W. VanBLARICUM III EUGENE F. VINDUSKA ROBERT WALLER SHIRL W. WARD JAMES R. WHITEHEAD DAN WILSON JEROME J. WINDRUP R. D. WUTHNOW THIRD YEAR JAMES H. ABBOTT R. L. BAKER, JR. DONALD W. BARR CHARLES E. BEADLES, JR WARREN BLAICH JAMES L. BLOSS JACK L. BROOKSHIRE JAMES O. BROWN ROBERT F. BROWN NORMAN BURK JAMES CHANC JOHN CHANNER JAMES CHOCK RICHARD W. CORLEY MARTIN D. CRAVEN DAVID L. CRUTCHFIELD TEDDY L. DEMETER HAL L. DEWELL DALE D. DICKSON VERNON M. DIEL -.. 'K ' :. 561 NY NF I- ..., , v 5, f my M aux... S51 . Q 'G ' .NA ,:.1,:.Q.,q..:: LS: 1, . fy '-.5-:j,.3:23531,., 5253235 -. Sys '+ 315' 5? A ii. 5 X , 'iff ".- 5 5? 3 vr. :P -:: ss ' ' X - a at g , 5 . -A .A 5 .v "W, f T K 1 A :V 1 'ci ' - :Q-.fi 1, 'EST' .:s,:1.....',.f.1v G i f-v .f , .Ge-2:2-1-'. - -...Hg 'NQSSW If Q :- ,g .::j ,f?-4 1553 .1 ' "': 2.QE' 3 5,1 2' -:N - Q. 3- 4- 1 ggi . 1:21, ' :I 2 .55 .-Mfg M ' 'vr'M' fm -. A--. , x -a-N... , . 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NEAL THOMAS L, NELSON, JR THOMAS M. OKANO RALPH R. RATTON JERE K. REID JAMES L. RETHORST RICHARD B. RICE, JR. GLENN RICHARDSON F. DAVID ROBERTS CHARLES W. ROGERS JOHN C. ROSNIK JAMES R. RUBLE WILLIAM C. RUBRIGHT MERLE E. RUNCK SCOTT RUSSELL JOHN M. SCHELP JAMES C. SIMMONS BEN SPARKS DEAN SPENCER RONALD M. STAAB PETER F. STEINHAUER ROBERT E. STRACK A. S. STUART JAMES M. SWEENEY HARRY H. TERAOKA NORMAN N. THOM PSON JERRY S. THOMSEN GAYNE R. THORNE RICHARD E. TRUSSELL MICKEY J. WACNER ROBERT A. WAITMAN JOE F. WEAVER JERRY D. WEMPE DONALD W. WERKING BOB A. WEST ERNEST E. WIENS PHILLIP E. WILLEY FRANCIS L. WILLIAMS TERRY C. WILLIAMS 1. .R 57 , Q. . g, :- . . R 3 I v? ,I ii f.-5 ,- N! MUN' ,- ffffif .fs -vs bd i IIT' L44 , 5 Tf an 'P' I M 'Ii . 3 ' I . Xu x L G. fi FORREST WRIGHT 3 .lg f""N I ' . S Q f-A 5- ? 1 J .. .1 if . 'F A.. R 7'- 4 5 .. I 1.1 fv- 6- 4? ' L- 'C'-' ' ".-,' -.-7 .hy X x 0- 4 S ' 5 I ... 5 '1 ui. I' 4' 5' X ',,5'- 1 Y -,IP .4 . SECOND YEAR MARK L. ALLEN JOHN B. ANDERSON JERALD J. ARCHER CHARLES M. BAKER DEWEY G. BALLEW DON A. BEENE RAY D. BERRINGER BYRL BLOUNT, JR. RICHARD W. BRAND STEVE B. CAIN WALTER D. CARRICK GRANT COOKSON RICHARD L. COOPER DeMAR H. CURTIS ART DALPIAZ FLOYD J. DAVIS WILLARD N. DIXON. JR HOWARD K. EPPINGER RAY O. ESQUIBEL KENNETH F. FARHA DAVID J. FERGUSON JACOB M. FOOTLICK STEPHEN T. FOREMAN PAUL FRANCO JOHN E. FRANKS ROBERT J. FROST JEWELL T. GILLAHAN THOMAS P. GRANT JERRY H. GUTHRIE EUGENE C. HAAS LYNN W. HALE JOEL M. HAMILTON KENNETH M. HANSEN RALPH D. HARGRAVE JOE L. HERNANDEZ WALLACE B. HERREN RONALD G. HIGGINS PAUL G. HILLS RICHARD M. HORTON THOMAS T. HOYNE DAVID W. HUMBARGAR MORREL W. IVIE REED L. JENKINS MIKE G. JOHNSON THOMAS G. JOHNSON GERALD JULIAN ALLEN C. KEENAN BILLY J. KILLIAN MICHAEL K. KIRKPATRICK JEROME M. LAHAM JERRY M. LALLY RICHARD M. LANNING LEELAND M. LOVAAS ROY K. MABE GORDON K. MAKANNA HAROLD H. MASUNAGA JON T. McANEAR EARL H. McCLENDON FRED L. McDONALD EUGENE F. McKENZIE GEORGE R. McMILLAN ROBERT L. MERTEN KENNETH E. MILLER PAUL D. MOTZKUS LeROY K. NAKAYAMA MAURICE C. NICKEL lr .ff 2.2.1. -..Q 16 w as Q 7 . A -' s Z -K Sak EA f if , fza-G-1 I Kn- Q. V V :IMT 6 4 '53 ff . 4 4 xg-w H fail" , E Af .ff 1 1 7' K1 5, ,. 5, I I Q 4-Y , v 1 , 51, ilu MI ix SY A ,-Q., fr, 4' ' X 3 I . ' I' 'I ' 1 , , 3 f as IX fer- Q' bww .QSM V M 9? . 5 " , . fm... XX ,. 0" vw ,. ii' ,f"t X ,. 3 2 5' M s f I 97 Q 415 'fv- 3, ,. ,,,, . ,favfrfi ' x 5,5- -ff il' S gi, 7-55 Q . vig xp ., fghfrw K, O X v 5. 'T -ooh ,S ,rx " x .U . fr fig W Q x v-'N 3 , X x I x 7 - 4 v..f' E Q ' fm' iz.-v 5 ,U-. U". SN Y' pf Q 5, gf 3 9 Y . SJ JC' . 'N ll . 'V 98 PAUL H. NONAKA DONALD W. OCBURN JACK. R. O'NEIL VERNON E. OSBORN DONALD C. OSTERFOSS LESTER A. OTTAWAY RIVERS E. PAUL DAVID E. PETERSON ROBERT E. PETERSON NORMAN W. POWERS WILLIAM D. REIFSTECK VAUGHAN D. RIGBY KENNETH R. RILEY CHARLES R. ROBERTSON JAMES A. ROWLAND MARLIN J. RUE8 WILLIAM L. SCEARCE WALTER F. SCHUMAN L. KENT SHACKLETT GARY N. SHEMWELL HAROLD T. SHERARD M. GENE SICLER IVAN G. SMITH, JR. NORMAN L. SMITH JAMES E. STANDIFER THOMAS E. STORM MARIO J. STRICCA GUS TAGLIAFERRI LAWRENCE B. THIELKE ROBERT H. TILLEY LELAND R. WADE RICHARD O. WALKER BENNY H. WALTER GERALD P. WANEKA RICHARD L. WELLS ROBERT L. WILHELM BRIAN C. WILLIAMS EVERETT E. WILLIAMS WILFORD 5. WILLIAMS W. RANDOL WOMACK WELDON C. WONG ROBERT E. WOOD FIRST YEAR JOHN M. ALLEN GEORGE M. ALLISON M. LOUIE ALLRED EDWIN P. ANDERSON JAMES L. ANDERSON JOHN R. ANDREWS JAMES H. ATKINSON WILLIAM R. AUSTELL DICK L. BAKER DAVID W. BARNES LLOYD G. BAUMWART CHARLES M. BEATTY ROBERT C. BEAVER GARY S. BEELMAN RICHARD L. BENNETT JOHN L. BEYNON WILLIAM R. BOND WILLIAM L. BONHAM 'K 1,7131 f ,515 W' 'U DAVID R. WOODHEAD SYDNEY E. WRAY STEPHEN F. YOUNG JERRY R. AKERS STUART R. AKS HERSHALL A. ALLEN -+2 'c I ag? xi ' ' I as A1 .c 1 . VN sy .r. I. I I I eq 4 x. L , msgv f . :IWW an W... 2, ,ff . W' nl if I 'wi V M, M 'I ., A f , . K w s 3 A J ui "4 99 Y 'L' .Q , .: r 'SI' 5. Q51 11 y - 'MA r w? ' .f f rv ,-'-'sLJi5iI3'- JAMES F. BRANDEN WILLIAM V. BRELL, JR. HAROLD W. BRICHAM ROGER K. BRIGHT JOE J. BROWN ORVILLE E. BROWN RICHARD L. BROWN CARY D. BURNIDGE MICHAEL D. BYERS WILLIAM R. CAMPBELL BRUCE T. CARTER JERRY D. CHANNER PORTER J. CLARK CHARLES M. COBB LARRY L. COFFEE ED E. COOPER DONALD E. COURTS WILLIAM A. DEAM JERRY L. DICKSON DEAN P. DYER RICHARD A. FARMER LYLE D. FLETCHER DUANE O. CUSTAFSON JAMES V. HALL DONALD R. HARGIS JOEL D. HARRIS SAMUEL J. HICDON MARTIN N. HODCES BILL E. HOFFMAN JOHN C. HOLLINGSWORTH DAVID J. HOWE JAMES F. JOHNSON THOMAS W. JONES WILLIAM R. KAUFFMAN CHARLES E. KAVANAUGH WILLIAM L. LAKE ROBERT C. LEE DOUGLAS C. LeMON H. LEWIS LONG ARNOLD K. LYON GORBY R. MARTIN DAN R. Mc-KINNEY JOHN R. MELLAND ROGER P. METCALF ROGER T. MINNEMAN JAMES W. MOORE JAMES B. MOSES THOMAS T. NAKAI JAY C. NELSON DONALD A. NEPSTAD HOWARD L. NIES FRED E. NORTON DON G. NOSWORTHY CANDLAND L. OLSEN EDWARD R. OMAN PHILLIP L. OTTINGER LEWIS W. PALMER JON K. PARK SCOTTY D. PATTON HOWARD D. PELZNER WILLIAM M. PITTMAN CLEO T. POLING PAUL F. RABE, JR. WILLIAM R. REED CLARENCE R. REHORN RONALD R. RILEY WILLIAM G. ROSE ARTHUR J. SAFFIR ROGER L. SIGARS RICHARD F. SIMMONS JOHN F. SIMON ROGER D. SKAER Q! QI! ,noo- 1-' M' - ' " wif . .40 .4 .- ,gf , X IOI qi QJ .""'fg I 4 ICZ RONALD R, SKINNER LARRY L. SLATEN JOSEPH W. SMITH RICHARD M. SMITH FRANCIS L. SOMMER ROBERT M. SPURLIN ROGER N. SYBRANT JAMES F. TILLERY CLARENCE L. TRUMMEL ANTON A. VIERTHALER JACK W. VINCENT RONALD D. VINCENT KARL E. VOLDENC. JR. EUGENE L. WACNER LAVRIN L. WAINWRICHT HOWARD M. WAMSLEY ROBERT J. WEAKLEY DONALD D. WEBER FRED. J. WETH LOUIS G. WIENECKE MELVIN L. WIMMER VAUCHN F. WIPF LAWRENCE E. WISE ROY T. YAMAMOTO Oh, for an old-fashioned cotton roll! DENTAL HYGIENISTS SECOND YEAR JOANN BARTEL NANCY L. BENHAM BARBARA A. BLAKE DELORES J. BROWN LYNN BUSH SHARON S. DOTSON DEANNA H. DURHAM SHARON R. FISHER VICKI L. FLESHER E. RUTH HIEBERT DIXIE A. LEE JUDITH MADISON -4-l1' I ' A . 'Af' 'I fr ' av 'ff X , .335 Kvfk-fr .3 . I 1. Q .as Vi ,B "' -vt' . fy '- I A -2? X -'r- Ev- , ..1!5f , 1..-fi L11-'FLQK fi ,, 63.1 2 0 .E f A A ' I . is 'f ax 'Ly 9 Tw. V S? I . ' lf! VI' AY ,, rx 3' : r , 1 'L' ' A' 1 ?, If , fu 1 ' -V1 A , ,1-2, . A . f, , VF ,, f HL. f ,gf V 'L 1? A Q , ,ff Q, Ahxs M 5 I fa , ff! X F35 YV. IN . L f? 1313... A 14 - ll T' .4 xv , I 1 - , lf' ,S 4 f- fy M .6 ,. IO3 1. 'fix P' 'Y 2 il fl My ' fN Q-ef f..- I V5 lv-4' . . I! 4' if CAROL MEKELBURG MARILYN MURPHY JOANN PECK SUSAN REITER KAREN J. SHORT RUBENA SIEMENS KAREN L. SMITH KAROL SOLDANELS KATHLEEN STUCKER JERIS L. TRAVIS SAUNDRA L. WARNOCK JO ELLEN WARY FIRST YEAR cAn. BERRY GINETH CROSS JUDY EASLEY PATRICIA ELLER CONNIE FELT PEGGY A. FELTON DOROTHY HAAS DIANA HALL JO A. HEATON CWYN HENDRICKS MARY L. KUEBEL ANN McMILLAN JANET MINSON LYNDA L. MOORE ZARILYN NELSON JO ANNA PITCOCK .IANELL RABOURN LYNNE READ CAROLYN ROBERTS JANICE SMITH Q, AR .za 'Q -1 ,I f F S 'af X1 ? ' "f ir-fi':,3 ' , '-f- I" -I 4? Q: ' '- .,xf2g:x,fw.52-ggi pg sy J 'f , I 1 3 , . X 'LX Q X X ' 'A A 4 7' -Q, 'Xi . r .- X Q. ...,w, ,A,, , , ,auf I A iq f " -"Q .J ' 2 f ,43- 'ive x Ye Q u :ff .N MH f 1-R I nl Q . , . I nf' ---my ' 'fi .AQ JN wg...-f' 'Z-"-3 A. ,1 ' - xv! P, faq." yr w. - f ,. ,ar Q Q 'rn - m ..,. mf f-1 -' -.165 'ST' ' J' g I, sl 0L'j 1-ll" +32 7? f-4' M. JANELL STEWART CARLEEN STROMBERG W. KARLEEN TEAGUE CAROL TIEFENTHALER MARTHA J. WILSON Second-year hygienists are wined and dined at graduation. lfj',' 'i lax, A , 1 L ,Ji I, rm 1? We ,f ,-' is... gl ig l06 GRADUATE STUDENTS TAMIKO ANDERSON PATSY A. ARNOLD SUE ROSE HARTER THOMAS A. HARTLEY, JR. JAMES J. McDONNELL THOMAS A. MILLS RICHARD E. MITCHELL ESTHER MORELAND NILS S. M. OLDBERG SENIORS PHYLLIS A. ALLBRITTEN MADELYN BLONSKY ANNE BOPPART BETTY C. BRANCH SALLY BRYANT SANDRA J. CAMMACK FAYDELLE COLLINS BOB E. CRAVEN JANET K. DURRETT TRUDY FELT MARILYN M. HANRAHAN JANYCE E. HARRE JOAN K. HREBEC JANE G. JENESKI RUTH A. LANCASTER CYNTHIA S. LITMAN MARY E. O'DELL E. JOYCE PAYTON NINA N. PAYTON CAROL A. PLANZER K. SUZANNE SEXTON NEVA L. SLABACK ALICE G. SOWELL GLORIA J. STAN BARGER cy! ff" rs 1? ? - -Y . ' 3 x 4' 5 .- , . V M. ' L 1 - A 1. Aa, . " ' J13. .l' 147"'rf:'4" -'nt , I -,' ,',4"an,," 'v 11 . 1 lj""u, f VI' fy , h'f'l'up , I. ' . 2 ' ' .':.'w.'f.. ' . CAROLYN H. TOGNASCIOLI JUDY J. WARD JEANNE ZUK --ff 1' PIO Time for the chiIdren's story hour. LILLIAN B. ZULIAN But geography can be fun? 'U .' 'A y ' 4 x JUNIORS LOIS W. BATTERMAN KATHRYN R. BUSHNELL PRISCILLA H. GOLDEN JANE M. GRAHAM JUDITH L. GRANT RAYMOND J. GRIPKEY SARA S. HAUTCHENS DONNA J. HENRY FLORENCE M. HIGGINS JUDITH S. KATZ ADELINE J. LEWIS RICHARD D. McGHEE RUTH McKNIGHT DOROTHY R. OWENS GERRE L. PATTERSON MARILYN S. SCHNIDER VICKI A. STEWART NANCY M. VAN HORN PATRICA A. 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HOLCOMB JOHN L. McGANNON JOSEPH H. MOORE THOMAS M. RAIMO NICHOLAS A. TOMASIC MICHAEL E. WATERS WILLIAM H. BEHNKE ROGER W. BORGELT RICHARD P. BRUENINC HENRY J. FLIPPO THOMAS J. GUINAN KOS R. JARRELL HENRY A. KEELER JOHANNA LENZ MARY A. LLOYD JOSEPH N. MODRCIN SANDRA L. PRUITT ROBERT K. RING VICTOR M. ROCHA ROBERT V. SMITH LIDA S. STARK RAMON S. TOURTILLOTT JUDITH C. WHITTAKER FRED J. WILKINS DONALD A. WITT BILLY R. BOLERJACK JERRY D. CRISP WILLIAM E. DAVIS FRED FELLERS SAMUEL A. GRILLA CHARLES H. HAMMONTREE R. HOLBROOK EDWIN B. INGRAM CLAUDE E. JINKS Pharmacy . -- 5 1 D .5 V L. . Q I .,,,.,, f' A Q I .335 X S1 'EW i i sgr' Amy , skvv , I 'W-I , Qvff " . 1 MP by 1 1 . , V fx x ff 4 H . 4. 5 'V in-..4"' .445 JOHN JOSEPH E. JEANETTE LIND RONALD E. MASTERS JAMES R. MURR ROBERT L. NELSON SAL F. PALMA LOY F. ROWLAND JAREL D. WILKINSON WILLIAM L. WINSLOW .IUNIORS JOHN J. BANION RAYMOND R. BROME BOB CUSHMAN ROBERT E. DAUMA RICHARD O. DAVIS. JR. HELEN DESCHNER ERROL L. GARBER RICHARD L. GARDNER THOMAS J. 'GARRISON JEROME H. GERSHMAN LARRY E. HARDY RAYMOND E. KENNETT HENRY N. LAUFFER LARRY A. LINK GEORGE R. MACKAY EUGENE N. MANSFIELD THOMAS J. SCHOENECK EVELYN F. SUFFECOOL JOHN D. WILLIAMS ' X . 1 -f 5 "A- : J E V L . ...Q--. A . . fl! -A mp A .5 x 1 , 'fa . X , :A ' .jf 4. A .. , , K' , Af , - ...L 1 wi' . N MW- A gV!,2",,-4 M , .X , .,.,, , W y . ,,., .... . ., I - ... .9 V "3 ?E5'1':'5.Z "5-25:55'Q?":lf',jf2?f':f:'1.::1' 2 ' ' fig' ' . ...ff 'QN x -,IQ ,,,,.- ' ni. ff' 1 . "1 -. ,.,-if . 1, V! 2 -rw ...V " ' . i??45Z 5 '- . ' I ,. .1 --.- . 55 .V " Z , fm -ri ' ,. ff " gn 'E-.'??:" ,. , .i.5:"- , W 1.'g2zfg' ,:,y: V- J Nw ' "--f '.. .wie . ,. fy-' . mx... 1 ' 'T .- A w H 1 '----4 .Mfg , V ,- , ,. -.. Q 1 5.5.3 z-p g ,.'yQ'gz' A , ,, , ,.,L, .W ,. , ,H I ' .guy mf 9. - VN 1 far. xii- G X ' N Q' V' ? ""? ' I 4 , kv' 3 ,, - . , I ...Ui ' ' .WL If nfl w if I E .jf vw " fr' 2 -. ..,, ,.,, W .155 . W 3 I I ? i ?1v f'g35,IAj,3 41 2 1? . , Q-. . 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DAVID HARTWIG LAWRENCE B. HAYDEN MARY A. KESSLER GEORGE E. KOFFLER ROY L. KREHBIEL LARRY McDERMOTT JAMES D. OSBORN DONALD G. POE PAULA A. SCHWAB FRANCES M. SMITH KEITH L. STONE SAMUEL J. STRADA HARRY N. TISHK TIMOTHY J. WILSON . . . 1' I 'fx F' 1 'ni' A. ,, lp l M S if - .I f.. 1+ , G, A 6- X J f Q f ll in-, 47 F -fr A A ", fmff.-.vsf U- M, Nz, ' A . -A , 2 f' ' . Q x M. . V X ' . it-if .. N - - ' Kira f qf',.w::1 M 'Q' A . -w b . 1, " , l .. ,,,f .., x.. ' -gy?m', DNA " 1' " ' . A I' W' A 'i , , , , , max A, A1 , 17f?LwQ ' J 1. ' at 'A .K HL. A Q1 4 Ipfi - ,.3,,,.,' lvsal' ...X M: 5 r Q .5v. , 1, A 'IIT 4 J !1 v- f in lx X - nf , .K A half-dozen of the little yellow ones should do the trick, 119 Z if 'P -f 1'xll:'i14 Hr' fk ,fQ: I vV4 I 1 1 , . I . .f N XX -x xx ik 'u. . - .R 5 . Al v 14 r X x X 'x, X J W Pk Student Government Pls Departmental Pk Honorary Pk Social Pk Professional Pk Publications Pat Wllliams , Tom Talbcft AI Thomas Phylivs Allbmrcn Sandra Crowlc-,f Tom Talbcf? Carl Slafcr Did-f VVQYHQMII Z' U.-.Q Uk 'a""':e Deaf XV caif m a Ti-imaf C-.da 'T 'Eerf Del Sfkmf Valpk H Ilrofwk All STUDENT ASSOCIATION STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS AND COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN I:'n3SldCr1T I3rQgndQr1f Trgggumr Srf rgfary f gfgtrciary Chairman Chairman Chaurman C'-fb - vs PM 'wV4'Mg,rv15 Tim y Alfhr TYGV1 P- T T Ib ,-up K X fjj X I uf John Calliherg Tom Talbott, Marshall Saper, President, Pat Williams, Vice-President, Uwe Woltemade. NOT PICTUREDQ Dorothy Sue Hannon, Secretary, Sandra Crowley, Al Wallace, Treasurer. ARTS AND SCIENCES SECRETARIAT BUSINESS SECRETARIAT Al Thomas, Leonard Noah, Joe Kelly, Brooks Terry. v""' l23 Raw W: Glenda Hayes, Josette Melers, Valda Berger P:-,-, 1 Jamgg Spencer, Jim Caskuil, Phlllnp Butler CONSERVATORY SECRETARIAT EXECUTIVE COUNCIL-SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY Frnrwf Paul Mcngep, Vrce-Preerdeml Bob Pcfersong Tom Emeryg Ed Compu, Jrm Hall. Clarence Trumrncl Row 2, Duck Drydeng Dfn Tunlfg, Preendenrg John Overrurf. Secrefarv-Treasurerp Hqricnel Strzudg Kent Shaclfletf OFFICERS Josette Meiers ...v... President Laroon Holt ..Vice-President Valda Barger ........ Secretary Sharon Pettit ,.,,.,,. Treasurer ,- P34 Nfl far V " .,,:f Vg. , ., H- . . .rf OFFICERS Donald Tunks ,.,.,. President 'Q SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL OFFICERS Paul Menges ..,..... President Tom Emery ..Vice-President Albert Nakakura ................ .........,....Secretary-Treasurer John Overtu rf ,............A,.,,,, .Vice-President Don Thompson ..,v........ .Sec retary-Treasurer .IUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL Left to right: Tom Emery, Albert Nakakura, Paul Menges. C- I-.-,1v"wf3.'1"1-fn"W' I,-1 PJ? OFFICERS --mx 'EBM FRESHMEN CLASS COUNCIL ,-'.- ,, ,..,:,,, df. in 1, .fhn i.. . -e" 'E' Ez: 3e'e'::' fe" S'a:f 2" 3a':. SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL OFFICERS X K E I Clarence Trurnrnel, if I f William Brel! Ed Cooper .... .... Paul Anderson .,..... ,.,.,AthIctuC S A. Rcpres Rsn T: Jeaffs Z..-, 3'-. ' Law lg- 4" -5 esta' Margaret fevssrd :fn if : 1:-.x. 1 Rav Ten 5, ..:1w Kai: C511 fenzzf N's:2u' S :f'5x. 2' - N.'ne's EDUCATION SECRETARIAT BOARD OF GOVERNORS-SCHOOL OF LAW Seaiedr Bob Edxwafcs, PVESEJEPTQ Dean Lice' :N -aw 5 U52 A Ferguscn. Nice-Drasxderff: Frist +s'Aa A La.: NVHRMS: Serge XX, F-,rw-vvai ,Waves -AN: N 5' I ,, - ocemar, zacraraw -Trasiurf, I l"'ll'i' 'W' ' llllj llll np, Ill-1 Front Suzie Duncan, Joyce Hainen, Sandy Crowley, Eleanor Woulfe, Dan Galliyan, Sharon Vdillramgcn, Norma Herbertson, Kathy Kubis Row 2' Beverly Thomas, Richard Owens, Gene Bollinger, Gil Eredgoe, Vifally Zurub, Linda Hood, Loretta lvlanczuk, Rita Norton, Pat Wilhoit, Sandy Steeps Pew 3 Judy Grove, Ginny Blunt, Beverly Gamber, Shirley Walker, Marilyn Eztei, Jean Maxwell, lalary Siegfried, Marilyn Hanrahan, Connie May, Jud: Anderzon, Pat iN:llrin2:n, l-flauriece Smith Row 4 Sara Molln, John Farmer, Stan Hoffman, Marianne Mac- Lezd Judf FranPe PEP CLUB Pep Clubberg at work, Making shakers and decorating the Roost tree at Christmas 'iili iii 3' ,ff ci! so ni ,sl qllulll Qglafl-IDD!! IZH OFFICERS Pat Wilhoit A, .. ...... President Gil Bledsoe H ,,,.,, Vice-President Linda Hood .....,.... ..... S ecretary Norma Herbertson ....... Treasurer Gene Bollinger .... ,,.., S gt-at-Arms Rita Norton .. ..,... Publicity if l, 7 i X! 1 ,Agni , ! ' K x' .,. fide? , ' X W i 5. , ' 3 , I , 8' v rira G , ,fz,."1f',.,"' grim. f I -5:7 ' ,Im 3j2.Qj2,,'yy"' ' y, , frm Ya 'fr' ,it Seated: Susie Duncan, Margot Panettiere, Jeanne Zuk, Rita Norton, Deann Riley. Standing: Miss Reatha Simmons, Mauriece Smith, Mary Pincetl, Sharon Williamson, Karen Azbill. WOMEN'S RECREATION ASSOCIATION The lively members of W.R.A. have taken part in many athletic activities this year. In the fall they bowled, and when winter forced them to take refuge from the elements they played basketball, badminton, ping pong, and volley- ball. Annually they award a trophy to the organ- ization whose members have the highest number of team points. W.R.A. worked to pro- mote recreational interests and activities for University women and to foster a high standard Jeanne Zuk ...... .,,,,,, P reside,-,f Pam Patrick ........ Vice-President Rita Norton ........ ,,,,,,, S ecrefary Sharon Williamson ..... ,,,,,,,,, T reagurer Sandy Crowley ....... .,,,,, P ublicity Miss Reatha Simmins ....... IZ9 ......-.Sponsor ,-1 1, an Row l: Jim Shreeve, Secretary, Dave Hendricks, Vice-President, Dean Marriot, Mark Ver- hulst, Cary Callahan, Bud Lawson Row 2: Larry Haines, Dick Parmley, Larry Matthews, Dave Clemenson, Ron Alex, Mike Phillips, Historian, Row 3: Coach Shelby Brightwell, Coach Jim Reid, W, E. Robinson, Chuck l-lazley. NOT PICTUREDZ Jim Osborne, President, Aubrey Anderson, Sgt.-at-Arms. K-CLUB YOUNG REPUBLICANS Row l: Charlotte Hill, Jane Hogg, Mary Siegfried, Marcia Myers, Sandra Tracy. Row 2: Carl Slater, Dick Replogle, Charles Scott, Dr. Cliddon. l OFFICERS l Duck Reploglc ..., S , ,....Prcsident Carl Slater Vice-President Charlotte Hull ,. .. Secretary l30 I ' fib- ' 5 lxle 5' ll I E -ia B I T- if-Sake, -galil 'R RONNIBISMAN CHRISTINE HIRE yy' 351. I PATTI DYER CAROL THOMAS W In G FRED FRANCIS CHARIWINN is I EL CLUB ASTURIAS DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN Row l: Nellice Gillespie, Henrietta Koester, Gwen Taylor, Evelyn Marxsen. Row 2: Miss Renata Meyer, Mike Graham, Shirley Scherer, Don Guinn, Frank Friend, Gene Mueller. 131 P ,3,., R E,ql,r C'm'1 Mary in gln-,O fJ3rl.g,r,1 l'-florra, Lana Sampaon ij,-, Q j.,Hrq-, Qrg ff- L,fr, H.ff.,'l1.1Z, lf.3nm'll' Bramlrirwkllrg. Earl VC-ld F". 2 D19 Hg Z . cf- Doll p'l'lCl' Palol J-,rome Eornztim Lrfi EAW Wg GEOLOGY-GEOGRAPHY CLUB A5 ' I ......-3'- .4 -- Ja' NJ OFFICERS Jeffery L. Sheldon ....,..A ,..,...........,..w..Presidenf Ralph W, Rowe .......... .......e....Vice-President Lana Sampson ............,. ,,.Scc:refary Larry Hernandez ....,,,V. ..v....,......v..,o-Treasurer Lance Banningh ,, ,, ,. ............ParIiamentarian PRE-LAW CLUB 5- Daniel Carbaugh Dr. Levy, Dick Wefherill Ernestine Kirk, llarry Hernandez. ' PI KAPPA DELTA Row l: Bill lsenhower, Evelyn Marxsen, Betsy Sexton, Bob Craven, Rory Ellinger. Row 2: Dick Replogle, Ed Kriss, Bill Crawford, Fred Wilkins, Dr. lvlurrish, Roy Leeper. NOT PICTURED: Pat Williams. . S4 Wfmki g Y ,akfigw in . ,TWV 'Q ,IT Y gi, ,, l, liiir , J W Af' in H in 2' 1 is 133 9"0,,o ll if Q' QI li I I ' , . . r IIN I- l Q fy ILE! ,L ,L -A-ga 4' 'gig I N A -Ay ,-e Pow lg Myrna Goodrich, Shirley Walker, Eleanor Woulfe, Carol Planzer, Mary Pincetl Row 2' Jeanne Zuk, Madelyn Blonsky, Judy Katz, Dar Wcgton, Ruth Ann Lancaster, Sandra Camrnack, TEACHERS NOW TRAINING Pczeiynne Wienshienln. Judy Spoof. N P402 . Y .Av- Seated: Carol Ann Planzer, President Ruth Ann Lancaster Treasurerg Mary Pincetl, Vice-President Standing Judy Katz Historiang Madelyn Blonsky, Secretary Miss Margaret Dudley Acting Advisor. OFFICERS Carol Ann Planzer . ...President Mary Pincetl ,,,, Vice-President Madelyn Blonsky I ,.... Secretary Ruth Ann Lancaster . Treasurer Phyllis Allbritten .L.. ..i,. P ublicity Judy Katz .I .. .l,,, Historian IB4 Nm! ff! -,536 Q! - Row l: Dr. Millich, David Carr, Bill Chan, Barbara Hankin Row 2: John MacDonald, Walter Ulms, Larry. Eifler, Elbert SIGMA TAU DELTA g l 2 , Hayes, Barbara Murray, Robert Lewis. Seated: Cynthia Bessemer, Marilyn Ontman, Dorothea Wood- ward, Dr. Roma King. Standing: Jack Null, Mike Yates, Cope Schellhorn, Richard Sears, Robert Lemon, Mike Waddell. x vi . l - l i timmy... M V .-:-:tvr'e'A,f.,x:fv'.:-1--N. -1 -' ' i 6 l l l 5 l , ' ' "5 Q I 3 will lilo, 4 , BENCH AND ROBE 1 93 Banco-4 Q nose 4.2 'ff' f- Robert L. uhng - -.... 1' I'Sf - -- - -- ------ --: 225 Robert F. Tevis '2'1 Sf' I' 421222 James J. Walsh 'V ' ' I ff James N. Lyons Y ,I .. UT, 5 0 IN 7 I RHO CHI ' '-I6 .. 'x.JE'iE'E 59:-'st' . EHQ ,-.3 E.'g'.-- ' ' ' '- S-::" .:' 5--gf .'.5f-g- 'Y '56 Omicron Kappa Up ilon 0micron Delta Kappa 'l-EY A. EQNQCH .1 ,.. - .J -, - - ,- -f-KAIS. ,--IL J -. ,,-, .,..., 1 E. 'Hffff-. ,., .,-if Agfa: : - :-nf ..- - -.f-1, Ti-!C'.'flS I E-L ARK-JCL2 2 HEY C 'FFZEKQCF-W E HC-4 +- 'A-,IC-VC3. I H ' gi JOHN ?, 25:1 - CEQQY L, 3,',TP-4 C JARIIQY ST?'XQfl2 HERSCHEL Lp ST C DONALD J, THC ON Row iz Fred N.VE!kfn3. Dave Crisefz, Warren EgxT:'. 2:4 Drvdew. :w Z: Dee' VJ?"-'J" E "F 'V Mlilliafn Marshall Saczr. i A 'hh ,N N., 1, . EJLV' . ,ur I F F P V V4 ,, "wg, A f" ' I . X ' 1 Left to right: Claudia Lowe, Barbara Adams, Sharon Frick, Pat Wi'liam',, Mrs Hoginl Barbara Hanlfin, Carol Thomas, Phyllis Allbritten, Sandra Pruitt DELTA ALPHA Delta Alpha is the Organization on campus which gives special recognition to the outstanding women students Members are elected at the end of their junior year on a basis of character, leadership, scholarship, and activities The girls take part in service projects during the year including acting as hostesses for the ChanceIlor's receptions. the pre- paring of the Coed Cues handbook for new women students. and various community projects, -S ups 'll'll' fl Nlll fx' . ' x .-' . 6. G- I TORCH AND SCROLL Torch and Scroll, UKC's equivalent of a Phi Beta Kappa chapter. is the student scholastic honorary society on campus. lts members must have com- pleted five semesters of college work, of which two are in residence at the University. They must have a scholastic average of 2.0 or above. Initiation is held twice a year, followed by a dinner for the initiates. Members serve as ushers on Honors Day and Commencement. OFFICERS Barbara Adams Carol Thomas .... Claudia Lowe .. Barbara Jane Adams Beverly Jean Baldwin Wanda Shipley Battle Madelyn Sue Blonsky Rosalie Bradley Eloise Highfill Clark George Leo Daniels Ronald Dawbarn Charles W. Dodds, Jr. Faye Nell Edwards Sharon Rae Frick John Franklin Calliher Barbara Jacobson Hankin Jacob Ernest Hansen Edgar Marvin Howard Jeanette E. Lind Mary Alexander Lloyd Claudia Lowe ..........,..President ........Vice-President Sec reta ry-Treasu rer William Randolph Martin John Francis Marvin Mary Frances Merryman John Michael Moore Sandra Smith Moore Paula D. Pachlhofer Duke William Ponick Marshall Saper Richard Duane Sears Alice C. Sowell James T. Spotts Joseph Lee Swatfar Carol Jane Thomas James L. Turner Margaret Vogel Evelyene Joyce Walker Donald David Weinstein Richard Scott Wetherill FRESHMEN ARTS AND SCIENCES Mark L. Aaron Lance G. Banning Barbara C. Bayne Richard A. Benik Ronetta D. Bisman Norman E. Bollinger Kenneth Brandenburg Michael C. Brown Jerome Burstein Shirley Capps Judith A. Carnegie Larry Q. Eifler Lynda A. Fields Charles H. Fisher Judith B. Greenberg Michael S. Hales Norma A. Herbertson Carl L. Keller Mildred E. Kirk Fred J. Knapp Roy V. Leeper Ellen K. Mason Marvin T. Miura Sharon M. O'Dell Carol Schmidt Mary E. Siegfried Richard H. Sjarda Ernest F. Spear David'C. Vanzant Vicky L. Wagner Sharon K. Williamson Belva C. Winn CONSERVATORY Sharon E. Pettit Barbara J. Smith Saundra S Wilson PHARMACY Paula A. Schwab Francis M. Smith Samuel J. Strada DEAN'S LIST SOPHOMORES ARTS AND SCIENCES John S. Beaver Roger C. Bern James L. Brown James D. Creasy Robert D. Day Loretta D. Farris Marcia E. Furst Bennie R. Harrison Brigette T. Kallai Ruth M. McKnight Phillip L. Marcus Nathan K. Meigs, Jr. lvan L. Myers Donna M. Noger Marilyn A. Ontman Pamela Patrick Esther M. Pond Kent R. Twyman Patricia A. Wilhoit CONSERVATORY Valda M. Barger PHARMACY Bonnie L. Bachert Fred L. Jackson Charles M. Schroeder JUNIORS ARTS AND SCIENCES Gilbert H. Bledsoe Carol A. Curry Jacquelyn L. Davis Paul R. Edwards Maxwell E. Engelhardt Roger F. Fraser John F. Galliher Billie J. Hackley Robert L. Hart Helen R. Heriford Henrietta V. Hopper Joseph R. Jones Arthur L. Margolis Rayburn A. Moore, Jr. Leonard L. Noah Dana L. Parsons Shirley A. Scherer Dalton Smith Thomas H. Talbott BUSINESS Richard F. Halliburton Robert K. Luetkemeyer Robert C. Montgomery Winona L. Packard CONSERVATORY Mildred L. Fling Sandra L. Smith EDUCATION Faydelle S. Collins Richard D. McGhee PHARMACY Eugene N. Mansfield Evelyn F. Suffecool SENIORS ARTS AND SCIENCES Betty S. Branson George L. Daniels Sharon R. Frick David A. Grisafe Barbara J. Hankin Dorothy S. Hannon Jacob E. Hansen Gerald D. Reed Donna L. Rogers Margaret A. Russell Richard D. Sears BUSINESS David B. Hendricks James D. Johnson Duke W. Ponick CONSERVATORY John C. Cluff, Jr. EDUCATION Cynthia l. Litman Alice G. Sowell Carolyn H. Tognascioli PHARMACY Ellen J. Lind Robert L. Nelson COSMOPOLITAN CLUB RIFLE CLUB Row l: Dr. Nuessle, Barbara Murray, Gil Abrams, Stan Hoffman, Al Gold- berg. Row 2: Terry Steffey, Joe LaRue, Parke Williams, Jim Luke. 5 s 1 P! -Lx I N 1 N., , Cf' fi ' 0 . TT? mms. 3 5 if .4 5 gf'-Q. To promote better understand- ing among students of different countries and to aquaint others with the customs of their re- spective countries is the aim of the Cosmopolitan Club. Shown is one of the many social ac- tivities held this year. -rrrn' 141 pmfured .5 the highly successful Fashion show which the University Dames sponsored UNIVERSITY DAMES Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs. OFFICERS Ronald Curley s,., .s.ss c c. President Ken Davis ..,..,..., Vice-President Truman Abram .....sss Corr. Secretary Aubrey Churchman a,,. Rec. Secretary Leonard Van Camp aaaaa,.a.... Treasurer The University of Kansas City Dames is a social organization for the wives of all students enrolled at the University, Sponsored by the University Circle, the faculty-wives group, the Dames was established this October when IZOO invitations were issued to an opening tea at which the student's wives were received by the wives of the Deans This summer application will be made for affilia' tion with the National Association ot University Dames which now has chapters at 78 colleges and universities. To promote better understand- ing among students of different countries and to aquaint others with the customs of their re- spective countries is the aim of the Cosmopolitan Club Shown is one of the many social aC- tivities held this year E OFFICERS Pat Harrison .......... ................President Nancy Garber ........ ...,....Vice-President Joan Banion .......... ...........,.:..Secretary Lora Loedler ,.,...,... .............,..Treasurer elf ' 5 ft Q52 ,, . 3 . Yea' On Floor: Carol Manford, Judy Strong. Seated: Jody Hentzen, Mary Longan, Jan Raymond, Phyllis Nedrud. Standing: Laurie Phillips, Joan Ward, Rosalie Hummell, Pat Behnke, Karen DeBitetto, Beverly Price, Jean Lavin, Liz Donnici. STUDENT BAR WIVES PHARMACY WIVES Front: Lora Loedler, Joan Banion, Nea Willits, Donna Foster, Nancy Garber, Louise Spalitto, Marilyn Wilkinson. Row 2: Pat Harrison, Velma Day, Betty Mansfield, Charlotte Rice, Norma Nuessle, Taiwo Grillo, Karen Allen. 5 l43 an Q lv",-3' i ,Mcg- Fr nt ECL Eabr Zar. Chair Po.-. Q Fart, H.tt,tLt, Barry XVit clung, WaIt.,r Hi gl 'aiieiy yt! Pita lq'.VY',fi, Ernntirig Virlf Pi 2 P fn llielnolgony Ecely Tl'iomp',un, lJlari,iiiiiiY l,la',Lu,d, ,1 ,ly Qfimgq Cqnriig May lane Hogg, Ctiriztine Plog, Randinne Tlfioruii, Linda Hunt, l.f2VPl4,. Under tl'ie tune leadersbip of Pita llortori tt.- Uniferzit, of lfanzag City Playerz have zirown raplflly during tlwe lUff 'Cl zillwfl year Tlfie pla,'f,r'3 bowtli for flfll-'lllfli in fx'fl'I"If'l dis' g,la,'ed ffifilfi up 'fC'plllVl'llVlt! ,ind f'iTl'ier priniipleg nf tlwg tbeiitrig J, .-.fell .13 gncturei of pint pri',fluCTim'i', of tlne pl.'iyl'iou',fg lbw lflayferg alyi 2pfm',fired tlifg lniziblyf ',uiCfg',f,ful ,azz dante fit tlne Talent and Variety Sbmff PLAYERS Players sponsored the vvinnimg Candidate tor the beauty tif tlie APO dance Alvliss Randinne Tborud The lvlfirdi Gras bootlw which featured 'lkfledea in Dlaneylandm vvas tbe product ot tbe outetanding vvorlf, of the tir5t semester pledge Clfigz The Playera have also been responsible for all biiuze rrianaggement in the Playhouse. including playa convocationi and all other zpecial events OFFICERS ff '- 'iv 2 4. 54,3 fll,7 Y l Rita Norton President Beverly Camber all - lxlr XX .ll 5 l A S. , . X L r.. ' ' ,if js ia Herbert Harris Vieefpresident Pam Nicholson l iflff' l z- ' ll 'J 3 Sv N 'iii A , gf N1 - Beverly Carnber Secretary Rita Norton xl C' X tl l Randinne Tborud Treasurer Jane Hogg i ,gx Q .M -a 'f I l ., , Q Durvvard Redd Advisor Durward Redd ff 'Z-...,,,.. M . I44 OFFICERS Stuart Powell ........ ........................President 5 ,C Ramsey Davis .............. ................Vice-President Ken Shemark ................ ...............,........Secretary Dave Clemenson .......... . ....................... Treasurer I Ill Row I: Ramsey Davis, Stuart Powell, Bernie Erdman. Row 2: Dean Bloch, Dave Clemenson, John Bailey, Ken Shemark. INTER FRATERNITY COU NCIl OFFICERS Phyllis Allbritten ......,,. President Claudia Lowe ......... ......... S ecretary Mary Williams . ..... ........ T reasurer 145 'Pk Sandra Crowley, Deann Riley Phyllis Allbritten Claudia Lowe, Mrs, Hogan Carol Schmidt N- HELLENIC COUNCIL L , C v ' ' 'J ,""..sf'W"+ l w I ll ll rn l Al C Ill 1 CnI!XI,v.m1w,lhnnm'',l1um.1lfu:, ll we ll l my l-'-'rm'., lli'IIlIt'lHll11.'lT1, I1 ru f ar v lfy 1 Hy C rlmm l W 4 Avvnulli C.wl.n, Amwlml Alpha Epsilon Pi OFFICERS Bcrmc Erdman Don Zurovsky Harry Tisch Stu Powell 'N ' 'mmf s Q df is -I' . 1' ' M -4 g, sc 4 Na A 5 : .. fn.: . ftlhygqmr F . , CS F 4 A :Yl K 4 . R fs - :gg ' ' , x ,. .1 . b gf g N ,411-f K I . . I W6 . 1 Q' , 'M 'v , ,z,.'c'fg f 50 ,YU Q. l' , ,. ,, , pi K 4,0 in x , K 1:-2' F' ,.. wt' ,ld 'P ' wi f'f if-' CQ fs"-. ,fits i al ,-112p',""Z,- ", V- 'N .-'iq -1-1 x , rf r Q ' 5'7" -lf:-, fx,-vif'03!3's . ' ,lr 13,-L' 6 may ff'-ik - cf! QW? fbi' E ,ey I ka , ntfysq Eff' -1. in .. VFYPG7 ' 2: 12 -if 151- 1 4. fi . . 4-Fu' Fi . ,Q Q F' li P ca P ,- fr- 61 " ' 1 i 1 i J 4 ff 4'-as DQ J' fi -4, 3 w e f --iw , '4'f:.5 M, V5 -A A- iss it 411,25-4'FJ -..x 'S f .N ga" N W",-Lxilirggx cn V Ig!! FR' . ,IJ 05' A 74 T . lv , Qs'45fV 1 53+ 'N -. J? v , 7 fi W2 4'- ' L i' ff i . 4 RONNETTA sisMAN PAT BURLEY KAREN BuzARn JANE cox PAT oven MAYBELLE FRANZ JANic: HANDY LYNDA HARTMAN SANDRA JETER JOAN LAND TONYA MARVIN Migsftm-JY ELLEN 0'FARRELL JANICE PETERSON CAROL SCHMIDT MARY wiLuAMs CHARI WINN ,ANN WOOD,-EY Phi Kappa Lambda Founded this year, Phi Kappa Lambda Sorority has grown from only a dream in the minds of thirteen en- thusiastic charter members to an active and rewarding organization. All are proud of Phi Kap's primary con- cern with the development of a student's social, leader- ship, and scholastic abilities within the closeness of the sorority, in the wider activities of the campus. During this first year, Phi Kappa Lambda saw a Phi Kap as First Princess of the Sno-Ball, Phi Kaps on the Dean's List, and participation of all members in some phase of the activities of the campus, Among the sorority's mem- ories of this first year, none will forget working together on the "March on Polio", the Christmas lVlother-Daugh- ter Tea, and the sorority social activities. Members look back on a successful year, they can look forward to an even fuller future for Phi Kappa Lambda. l47 OFFICERS President c,,,,., ...... R onni Bisman Vice-President .,,,. Maybelle Franz Secretary . .Janice Handy Treasurer ...., ,....... L... C h ari Winn Personnel Chairman . ...Sandy Jeter Pledge Mistress .... Kay Buzard Pan-hellenic Representative .... Ellen O'Farrel 1' X"'. -'FQ-3 fs. 1 94 ii-is fi J , P W I Dr VViIliar-ri Crain, Louis Proctor, Hugh Hasg. Gene Heath, John Fields. fr ffl read Po.-J 2 Roger Minneman, CQ-crge Myers, Dave Christman, rt, Da.g llclgon, .lee LaRue, llot Picturedi Jerry Dickson, Richard L 1 Hcuptcn, E.tuardL Sobalvarro T "iQ Alpha Phi Omega Roger Minneman Dave Christrnan Dave Nelson Thad Houston Jerry Dickson w...rr President .,.. Vice-President Secretary, , , , . Treasurer ...,e, .. ,A ..,..l-listoriann. ,...Hugh Hass .Dave Nelson Eugene Heath ,George Myers ,, .,...... Louis Proctor The purpose of this Fraternity shall be to assemble college men in the fellowship of the Scout Oath and Law, to develop leadership, to promote friendship, to provide service to hurnariity and to further the freea dom that is our national, 1,!UCf1llUflr'll and intellectual heritazje " This Year has been a busy one for the APD's Their Beauty and the Beast Dan Q raised over S200 for the Catherine Hale Home for the Blind. and those attend' ingi watched while the President, Roger Minneman, Ml! crowned Randinne Thorud Beauty and Tom Garrison Ugly Man The group attended a national APO con- .frriition in Philadelphia in December, and vvere victori- ous in their bid to have the VIC! convention held in Kansas City The boys also participated in the United Fund Drive, the March of Dimes, Campus Day, served as traffic guides for the Associates Dinner, and aided in the disposal of the diseased elm trees on campus. Congratulations to Roger Minneman, who was this year's recipient of the Vvliitaker Award for Service. Beauty and Beast Dance A Y 1-mixes? IINX' Lnfk v it x ' - "xv Miss Randinne Thorud, Beauty Tom Garrison, Ugly Man I49 ..,..- ..- -,.- ..,...--- --.- - - Sigma Beta -Q-5 :.. Z Q 2-3, Q-,-K. -b .. ...- .. --.H -V s. - ,. - .. "' - :-: S :"': -::': - s..- -Q., .. N ... -...- .,, , ,--rx xi - - .4 vw . - ..,-...--..--. x .. ,--:: ..- x :,v-: --J-: Q .....- ....,-- .. ..f N - vw -- - .-- - -,,..-,..--,.-,, -,,.-,. -- ,...- ,.. .--V --. -,.. - . me Brace. :art :cation in the Mardi Gras. furnish- - ,.,,... 2 -C 'C "W ..- s. CT'-5'S IVTE JD ,.-,.-: ,ng nostesses tor xarious campus exents, dance confmttees. admissions counseling. and many s prouoix saw one of their girls. , .c .. ' : f- : :.....: .- ,-. 5 - F' '-'A Q A A D ' , ram faire--X. c -VN ned Sno-Bali Queen. and sex- :': "-'sae' TS ce' :ees 3' I Q era offers were soonsoreo as queen candidates s eazers' : :"e'e:'e' an: sew :e r - U- H Hr! Hn Hr -Q PMN for other exents. Tne Sigma Betas look back s .:: :, J., .. .J:1r'vC':'.. L- ci - J -, -U : ,aa :ya -, ,- , 7.4: on Tneir success and manx happy memories "e accse 'fe' :ance .-.nefg oi toe gears mtn nopes ot even greater things ,.:,..,- -.., , f - ,. -L ':,,c' iw., -- :.,f is L ... V.. - -.4,., Q .., 1- .JV Ku vi-wxxe OFFICERS s Drs: ':vo+ ...v, H- ..-- Z 1 it fe-ew -ef- .fx .aw , ' ., i v..- ' 'e Ha"aL'en ssiecrefar 're o Treasurer u,.. oe,Deann Rilex f Donna Noger o,eePam Patrick .,..Sandra Tracy f '66 'N -aug, Q DE,-221 '-EV On: fs o Q ogo C91 Q ' """e.1 so Jo Gifs? CD GCC? 5-9 ' 1 S PHYLLIS ALLBRITTEN JUDI ANDERSON KAREN AZBILL VIRGINIA BLUNT JUDY CARNEGIE SARA COX JOYCE DILLE BARBARA FOSTER BEVERLY GAMBER JUDY GROVE DOROTHY SUE HAN NON A mn ' ,au 6 Q Y A L I I '17-2 -,i-Ra' 'fr r L ,J 2 i I I 5, vf 'T' X' K l L 5. 4 YW Y I4 - 1 L f ,iitxl V . A 'ill' 5 4 LI- SIX :Ai L A 4491, x EI. . 5. FQ A -A? fa gpg 7 'K MARILYN HANRAHAN -fx - 95 LINDSAY HUGHES KATHY KUBIS Lf ELLEN MASON iw' I I' f' . A sr ,,r j I A: ,,, A SARA MoLLN I 4- " L.. 6 1' as 'f DONNA NOGER 1- . - -4 'H' RITA NORTON 'f - ' gf. PAM PATRICK A Z VO, LINDA PFEIEFER I 'I if , If -L E' , N xx I ,pl 66 Q. U 'Cv-b is T 4-3 S ix DEANN RILEY -,, . , , P Y , cARoLYN ROBERTS -15. A H- .,v I-1 MARY SIEGFRIED BEVERLY THOMAS SANDRA TRACY PAT WILKINSON PAT WILLIAMS JEANNE ZUK T' L ini-A an R A QS- FQ cab L1 'iv g DELTA C HI - - - V-- - ,-.- -, '----. 'L '--.. ...- -1 1- - --, - -,-, -- -7 '5 -' "2 L - - ..:- . ,- -L - I L1-- L x... N 2: ...Ana X555 ,E"'... 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K A LA T55 Tau Kappa Epsilon Tau Kappa Epsilon was founded in i899 at Illinois Wesleyan University, The Epsilon Lambda chapter was installed at The University ot Kansas City during the V955-56 school year, The tall se- mester tound the Tekes participating actively in intramural sports, winning tirst place in bowling ln the spring elections, tour members were placed in student council positions President Tom Garrison was named Ugly Man on Campus at the Beauty and the Beast Dance The Highlight ot the season was the annual Red Carnation Ball, held this year at the Bellerive Hotel. At intermis- sion the TKE Sweetheart of l96l was announced to be Miss Phyllis Allbritten. Fred Wilkins received the Sitler Award tor the best active John Bailey ..,, Mike Shieldsh. Ken Shemark.. Harvey Gilbert Charlie Crain Bruce Ernst A. Tom Garrison . Rick Nash.. OFFICERS President ,c,,e ,A,.. Vice-President c,,.,, Sec retary. . . r,Treasurer Chaplain , ,.,,.Sgt -at-Arms , .. Historian . .. , ,Pledge Trainer .Tom Garrison .. ,Rick Nash Hugh Hass .,...Bob Vorce c.....Gary Rucker Gene Mueller .s,Gil Bledsoe .,,sTom Harris fs-J 2. F H v Trm Ggfgffififi rj,2ric:',u:1Ii1th new S.-frgtheart, phyllw, fill- TOM CARRISON V-iv -V, 21,11 'aff' 2nd Semester President Emmy IS6 CHARLES ALLMON GLENN ASHMORE DAVID AURAND JOHN BAILEY GIL BLEDSOE GENE BOLLINGER HENRY BRAMMER DAVE CHRISTMAN JIM CRAIG CHARLES CRAIN DAN CREASY ESAM DAJANI BRUCE ERNEST BOB FARMER JERRY GARNER HARVEY GILBERT HUGH HASS TOM HARRIS DAVE HARTWIG DAVE KASPER CARL KNOTT CECIL LEIBY BERNARD McCARTY GENE MUELLER RICK NASH DAVE NELSON DICK PARMLEY CHARLES RUCKER KEN SHEMARK MIKE SHIELDS RANDY SHOBE TOM TALBOTT BILL TEIWES JOE THACKER DENNIS TOOMBS LOUIS TRAVALENT Af f 184' J. 4. gait NR I bl 7 X 2 T, fi? gg x-1 K? X I i I if -av- ,gf E SX 'K J 'Mega .y X su: ' ev-4: AI -I f, 451' If J 4' fl W ,QV ' .-Q xx ,..R,ev, HV, .W 7 ' ,r K -1' 4' 'C' 'QS R 'SR :: ' E -vp, -I y I 2 RQ I c., 'QL I NMR .35 , li 1 -G. an-Q '43 1555 1.- F K R an! 40' z.-'rv 15' can ,weag 73. fs,- ir--I cl-luck VENTIMIGLIA W A A A. JERRY VERNON I 1 I 2 A ROBERT VORCE Q. , 2 ' f,- 2 .y f q 33 gf "'k Q., DARWIN WESTON if ., -f ' ' ,P -A FRED WILKINS 5 ' W- DR. ROMA KING, 'Qi vggfgz-, SPONSOR 1 I qw jw, I I ,v pn R4-g Q. l ' 'tl I57 E12 :yd " P-t ' ' ' w . t T Q V n 'N F, xg: :KA .4 . ...cf 'fr tf-1 ' ' Ad, .A,'. -rg L ij 2 Q L1 .. :fa . 0.1 4 -r OG-' 3 ' 2 C9 A595 4 Y? 6 'if' v ." 2' QP 36: lf .if l Earrwey Aballe, Mill Sargent, Howard Nance, Spencer Thomas, Albert Thomas Row 2: Dick Halliburton, Tom lvl n Jn Kelly, Brooks Terry, Carl Keller Row 3: Ray Barrnby, Leo Hawkins, Leonard Noah, Carl Slater, Bob Vslilrnte Nu Rho Psi American Pharmaceutical Association Ffa,-. i Sa' Palma Danni. Pinter, lf':ilg,ll lrlilbrool, Ruliert lJel'.rtn, Bill Bolcrgaclf, Eugene Mansfield, Philip Allen, Pagrriwj Verrnrtt lffw 2 Dr VV J Hoyt, Clfiiirle Jinlfe J W WilPiri'sr,ln, Hung Nun Chan, Cynthia Dunn, Paula r . fnwal, li.,rlJfr'i F "r Jculr-r-tte 1, Linfl, Sarah Whartrori, Jo Wagnr,-r, Bonnie Bachcrt, Louis Kuhnel, Jerry Cershman, rlfq "'Nillit'. Pow 3 Fred Fellera, Jerry Crisp, Larry Hayden, Samuel Crillo, Tum Garrison, Joe Cuffey, Foy Vrehbisgl, C F F'i,',cettw, Jon Swrzher, Tom Frazier, Bob Rice, Keith Stone, Ronald lvlaaters , 1 Da.-. locrrr-,tiiri L . i 'UH RICHARD BARTLETT I ,Q T M, ROBERT E. BLOUNT 2 k i S RONALD BROWN V X Aff HAROLD CLARK H . P tx A! . Q S MQ, is is X'L2 GARY DEMPSEY EMMETT FINNEY SHERMAN FOSTER SAMUEL HAGERTY R XX , ..,.L . E ,sm s , P ,,,s si "mn si .J A X yea.:-vtrg. " A... ri. v Q 4, ss , I . s , A A ti: A I X Y A A , L A WALTER HOOK Q Q DAVID A. IZZARD is W CARL KNOTT .,, SAMUEL PEREZ I 4. , A., LE,L. gi A BILL PICKETT I :N 9 I A ,W RICHARD ROGERS A can 'Gt I ,W as , W' ARTHUR SAFFIR ,J 5 1 - C.. JAMES C. SPENCER 'X af' I, la .. ,f y EI I 'N . 5 . I it ,ff fi i' 1 wi' ' 'J,,,.v4ft fr- ,MVN WJ 2,1n4"i1'f :J -I' X. -R 1 X Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia The Alpha Psi Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sin- fonia was established at the Conservatory of Music on November l8, l927, having been originated at the New England Conservatory of Music at Boston on October 6, l898. The purpose of the fraternity is to advance the Cause of music in America, foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music, develop the truest fraternal spirit among its members, and to encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater. Phi Mu Alpha places emphasis on scholarship, musical knowledge, perform- ance, andfor interest in composing. lS9 OFFICERS Sherman Foster ...... ............ P resident Robert E. Blount .......... Samuel Hagerty ..... David A. lzzard ..... James C. Spencer ,..... Richard Shoemaker Walter Hook ......... Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Warden Alumni Sec. Historian R w I Marie Cogbill Judy Lyons Sandy Moore Row 2: Nancyelaine Rusk, Saundra Wilson, Sharon Petri? Mimi Halliday Marty Legafe Row 3 Becky Thompson, Anna Mae Kregel, Mary Robertson Randinne Thorud Margaret Borel Glenda Long, Nor Pictured: Phyllis Petkoff, Gladys Allure Jan Klarish Judy Johnson Barbara Smith, Jody Meiers, Joyce Dille. Pon l Millie Fling Sue Vermillion Karen Richie Katherine Spalding Sharon Patterson Row OFFICERS Karen Richie ,...,....,e... .President Marcia Pearce .,,, . A. e...a...i.iVice-President X Q Joan Wommack .,.. Secretary I b Mary Williams ,,,,...., s Cor. Secretary Grace Schwartz .Treasurer Xi Psi Phi Mark L. Allen Michael J. Allen John B. Anderson David Atkins Charles M. Baker Dewey Ballew Donald Barr Ralph Barton Scott Beelman Don Beene Thomas Berry Wayne Belser Byrl Blount Thomas Bomberg Richard W. Brand Robert Brazil Melvin Brown Hugh Bruner Glenn Bunch Steve B. Cain William Campbell John Shanner Grant Cookson Jack Copeland Donald E. Courts Everett Crouch Art Dalpiaz Floyd J. Davis Ted DeMeter Willard Dixon Dean Dyer Howard Eppinger Ray Esquibel Kenneth Farha Richard Feirabend Paul Franco Xi Psi Phi, the largest Dental Fraternity on campus, sponsors several activities each year. Two of the out- standing social functions this year were the annual Shipwreck Dance and the Senior Dinner Dance, which honored the graduating seniors. The chapter also gives an award to the member with the highest scholastic rating. John Franks William Friend James Garrett Larry Gausman J. T. Gillihan Donald Gossett John Gutschenritter Phil Guthrie Eugene Haas Joel Hamilton Ed Hall R. D. Hargrave Joe Hernandez Ronald Higgins Dale Hawley Don Dawley Benn Hipp Bill Hoffman Nick Jamison Harry Jett Michael Johnson Gould T. Johnson Larry A. Jones Meigs S. Jones Tom Walter Jones Clifford Kateman Bill Kaufman C. E. Kavanaugh Leo Konecny Jerome Laham Robert Lacy Richard Lanning Po-Chuen Lo Leeland Lovaas Don Long Arnold Lyon Gordon Mahanna Daryl Martin Jon T. McAnear Earl McClendon Jerry McCollum Keith McDaniel Fred McDonald John McFarland Robert McGee William McGinty Dave Meldrum Paul Menges Jerome Mindrup Dee Moore Paul Motzkus Leroy Nakayama .lack O'Neil Vernon Osborn Lester Ottaway John Robert Over Ross Padgham Virgil Palmer Robert Peterson Larry Pitcher Edgar Posey Larry Purcell Jere Reid turf William D, Reifsteck Richard Rice Glen Richardson Charles Robertson Charles Rogers James Rowland Bill Rubright Marlin Rueb Gerry Rutherford Walter Schuman Gary Shemwell H. T. Sherard Roger Sigars Gene Sigler John F. Simon Wilbur Skaer lvan G. Smith Wallace Smith Robert Spurlin Ronald Staab Jardon Strnad Robert Strack Herschel Stroud Thomas Storm Gus Tagliaferri Jack Taylor James F. Tillery Robert Truly Leland Wade Mickey Wagner Laurin Wainwright Robert Waller Gerald Waneka Richard Wells Fred Weyh James Van Blaricum Jerry Wempe Robert Wilhelm Mike Wamsley S. F. You,ng Roger Spencer Bud Maniey DELTA SIGMA DELTA DELTA SIGMA DELTA was the first fraternity in the field of dentistryg Organ- ized in November. l88Z. NU CHAPTER was the first dental fraternity at the School of Dentistry, being founded March l5, l898. Delta Sigma Delta has f initiated over 30,000 members since l882, has over 24,000 active members, being the largest of any dental fraternity, and boasting over l4,000 life members. Nu Chapter is proud of its national standing, having ranked fourth among the thirty- six undergraduate chapters the past year. George M. Allison M. Louie Allred James L, Anderson Bob Baker Richard L. Bennett Warren Blaich James Bloss Roger K. Bright Jim Brown Robert F. Brown Norman Burk Ron Cearley Richard Corley Martin Craven David Crutchfield Hal Dewell Dale Dickson Jerry L. Dickson Vernon Diel Bob Dodson Harlo Donelson Glenn Douthitt Dick Dryden NU CHAPTER MEMBERS Alva C. Edwards Tom Ellis Tom Emery Dennis Flynn Richard Foster Joe Gingrich Arthur J. Glass Thomas Grant Fred Greenblatt Robert Griffin John P, Grisham Donald R. Hargis Jon Harrison David Harutun Glenn Hemingway Vic Hildinger Robert Hillis Jack G. Hollingsworth Wayne Jenkins Lynn Jones Anthony G. Kahmann Jerry Kehr Tom Knez Ron Kramer Kent Lamb Kenneth Laney Joe R. Lynch Stan Magee Dick McConkay Earl McHugh Dan R. McKinney George lvlcNutt Lowell McRobert Floyd Metzger David Morris Bob Murray Albert Nakakura William S. Neal Tom Nelson Louis Ott Philip L. Ottinger Bill Paschal Howard D. Pelzner Paul F. Rabe Clarence R. Rehorn David Roberts Don Rogers John Rosnik Merle Runck James Simmons Richard F. Simmons Richard lvl. Smith Francis L. Sommer Ben Sparks Charles D. Spencer Ron Strouse Don Thompson Gayne Thorne Richard Trussel Don Tunks Robert Waitman Don Werking J. B. Whitten Phillip Willey Terry Williams Vaughan F. Wipf Wm. Randol Womack OX a CO. CHEN XQTUC Von and kamxw p Oni: 3' K Q05 H300 ECOOXCY 3 0- Q au Crave gm SANT e A S'S' childgLAUS, Q0 fl at the rfzaizffuse Da I . V Q . 559s hrfsh-nas Ouf- gifts NXAUY mm thc drink UL WHO ME? One ot our Brothers at the Deita Sig IFC dance Q i ai Daffy. to Dglra 0"'0s C I QQ Ee QQ? , ,-11 to 1 " it w ow. l The Senior Din 1-9 ner-Dance is the outstanding soci I t a unction each spring for both graduating Doctors d A an other Delta Sig members nur?-I' 3 Psi Cmega N-I Jerry R. Akers Ronald S. Aks Edwin P. Anderson James H. Atkinson Bill R. Austell Dick L. Baker Dave W. Barnes Charles Beadles Charles M. Beatty John L. Beynom C. Blubaugh Edward William L. Bonham William V. Brell, Jr. Stuart W. Brock Jack Brookshire Richard L. Brown Bruce T. Carter Larry L. Coffee Richard L. Cooper Uhl Donovan Chester Eastin Each year Psi Omega Dental Fraternity presents a number of dances, parties, and sOcial gatherings. The senior dinner dance is held annually, and awards are made to graduating seniors. The Kansas City Alumni and the Kansas Alumni groups make awards to the outstanding senior who has contributed the m'S t to tilt: fraternity. A. T. Edwards, Jr. L. Dee Fletcher Jacob M. Footlick Richard A. Foster Jim Freeman Joseph Funke Duane O, Gustafson James V. Hall Arnold R. Henderson Wallace B. Herren Frenchy Hickman Paul C. Hills Thomas T. Hoyne Larry S. Jacobson Eugene C. Jarus James F. Johnson Mike Kirkpatrick Loren J. Kutina David T. Kyle Bill L. Lake Robert C. Lee 4 Lenis Long Jack C. Luman Larry Lumpkin Robert E. Luttrell Jim Marshall Richard F. McCarter William R. McManus George R. McMillan John R. Melland Roger P. Metcalf Jim B. Moses Ray Nassimbene Edward R. Oman Scotty D. Patton James E. Peden Erwin A. Peterson Merwin D. Peterson Charles W. Plett C. Tad Poling Norman Powers J. Stephen Primrose Thomas E. Purcell Ronald R. Skinner Larry L. Slaten Pete Spence James Standifer Peter R. Steinhauer Mario Stricca Algie Samuel Stuart Lawrence B. Thielke Norman N. Thompson Robert H. Tilley Clarence L. Trummer Jack W. Vincent Ronald D. Vincent Joe Frank Weaver Bob L. Werten Jim Whitehead Lou Ci. Wienecke Sam Williams Mel L. Wimmer Say, I hate to tell you this, but the font of your dress Sto p t up, Charlie? A 1 Psi Dmega Christmas Dance I s 165 .115-ii: il 1 32", 'A' .: is W Y Phi Delta Delta Phi Delta Delta Fraternity was founded in 1911 at the University of Southern California. The chapter here at the University of Kansas City was chartered in 1925 Its purposes are to promote a high standard of scholarship, lr-it -vo Y L...J lff professional ethics, proficiency and achieve- ment among women in the law school and women in the legal profession, to unite women of character and outstanding ability in the law school and in the legal profession in the bonds of affection and sisterly love, OFFICERS Kamilla lvlazanec .... ..., H igh Priestess lda Turner . . ., ..,,, Priestess Verlyn Munoz . ...,, Registrar Alice Boyer , , ..., Chancellor Helen Dunlap ...,. .,... C haplain Row l: John M. Speca, John J. Phillips, Clarence Rolder, Edward J. White, Bryce B. Milchert. Row 2: Mike C. Boerner, Larry Jay, Marvin J. Ferguson, James R. Batterson, Jack R. Stewart, Richard K. Houtchins. Row 3: Peter J. Donnicci, William R. Venable, Ross G. Lavin, Charles L. Goodman, Kos R. Phi Delta Phi Jarrell, Mike Flood. Activities of Powell lnn this year included the annual summer costume party held at Lake Lotawana in July. The Hawaiian club of Kansas City cooked an entire feast including Roast pig and poi. The fraternity danced to the music of Charles Wasserman's band until two at the Lake Lotawana Country Club. Rush ac- tivities started with an under the arbor party at the home of Carl Bolte, Jr,, on September 24 and culminated in a combined alumni- rush party at the Schlitz Brown Bottle on Oc- tober l4. l5 men were pledged at this time. Other enjoyable activities such as the Christ- mas party and initiation rounded out the ac- tivities tor the year. OFFICERS Michael Boerner ..... ..... P resident Rolland Comstock .... Historian Larry Jay ..... ..... T reasurer William Venable .... .... C lerk 5, '-Y? 4-. t ,tv 5 A. if .s 1,3-'ifif . ,JT Row l: Charles Callipeau, Jorge Elliot, Robert Edwards, Stewart Bradshaw, Joe Hirrera, Row 2: Larry Zukel, George Hummel, Tom Cuinan, Henry Flippo. Row 3: Ronald Fly, John O'Keefe, Robert Smith, Charles Pearce. Phi Alpha Delta Phi Alpha Delta Fraternity kicked off the fall semester with a Barbecue at alumnus John Sheridan's spacious home in Johnson county. The annual rush cocktail party at Twin Oaks was a great success with many new students discovering the warmth and hospitality of a PAD function, December brought the Christ- mas season and the Christmas dance U-Smile Motel on Highway 40. Most brothers attended the festive occasion Schlitz brewery where a representative company explained some of the finer of a good glass of beer. The highlight at the of the at the of the points of the school year occurred in March at the Kansas City Court of Appeals where the Thomas Hart Benton chapter was host to the K. U. and Washburn chapters for the Tri-Chapter Initia- tion and dinner which followed at the Roof Carden of the Alladin Hotel. OFFICERS Larry Ward ..,.. ..... J ustice Dan Slyter ...., Vice-Justice Charles Callipeau .... .... C Ierk Jorge A. Elliot ..... ..... T reasurer Mel Weisman .... .... M arshall A S ted: Rudolph Heitz, Arthur Generaux Arthur M. e lo , M l tt, Anthony S ' ' ames a er, wi t Kingery, Charles Fraas, Robert Th mas, Jr. Standing. J B k D gh W arton. Delta Theta Phi The fraternity activities tor the year began with a September rush party at the home ot Judge Henry A. Riederer. ln December, the Student Senate and the Alumni Chapter jointly celebrated the An- nual Christmas Day Banquet with the Honorable Frederick Lewis, Dean ot the school ot Law, as a guest. Yearly activities were high- lighted by the National Founder's Day celebration which is observed by all senates ot Delta Theta Phi. OFFICERS Arthur lvl. Mellott ...,. ....... D ean Arthur Generaux ........ ....,. T ribune Dwight Kingery .,.,,,,.,. Master ot Rolls Rudolph Heitz ............ Faculty Advisor 1 013. Q x 4 L CD 'Q ,. 1? -3 K' Q ,X as og el 1 L tw g Y 'LL fl 4 ri .E- EL .L f' 1 Q- . ...f me .4 'Daily gigs f :iii 'Y i,"' " az 'A arf E-n -rw . - 3 A We -sri l':s-R. l ,,1-. ' - FA i James Bendura Bill Boleriaclc Henry Brammer Henry Chan Bob Cushman Fred Fellers Errol Garber Dick Gardner Tom Garrison Joe Guffey Charles Hammontree Dave Hartwig John Joseph Raymond Kennett Jim Murr Salvatore Palma C. F. Pescetto Don Poe Gary Rucker Paul Scott lra Slough Anthony Spalitto Sam Strada lon Swisher K I . OFFICERS Dick Gardner Fred Fellers as Errol Garber Edwin Ingram John Joseph Tom Garrison as sRegent Vice-Regent Secretary as Treasurer G. Chaplain Historian l7f i 1 sp 5. I vt- 36- S- 0 .- YK lag ' - 1 . , it Q ' Tom Frazier Edwinlngram L R I d oy ow an Tim Wilson Kappa Psi is the oldest professional pharmacy fraternity in the nation. lt was founded in i879 at Russell Military Academy in New Haven, Connecticut. Kappa Psi includes more than fifty ac- tive chapters covering all parts of the country as well as twenty-two graduate chapters, The Gamma Theta chapter was chartered at the University of Kansas City on May l7, l957. The object of the fraternity is to promote professional in- terest among pharmacy students so that they may be more useful members of the profession. ff 4, fx- fr r - x 'I' I Bonnie Bachert Helen Dischner Cynthia Dunn Joan Fassler Barbara Foster May Kessler Janet Lind Charlotte Rice Paula Schwab Mauriece Smith Jo Wagner Sara Wharton Mrs. Rostg Sponsor Kappa Epsilon Kappa Epsilon was -founded at the State University of Iowa in Iowa City on lVlay 13, 1921. Omega Chapter was installed at the University of Kansas City on April 12, 1958. The object and purpose of this chapter shall be to fos- ter a spirit of fraternalism among the women students in pharmacyg to co- operate with college authorities in their efforts to maintain high social and scholastic standardsg to assist in the advancement of pharmaceutical educationg to foster a bond of lasting loyalty, interest, and friendship of its members and the profession of pharmacy. 171 OFFICERS Jeanette Lind ..... .......,. P resident Evelyn Suffecool .....,.,,. Vice-President Helen Dischner .,.,, ,,.,,.. S ecretary Bonnie Bachert ,,,--A, Treasurer lEfE'EC C22 A 1 1, I f cr'-r - , - , Ei: 3 :z Q :nero Da- 2. Pail' ldclbritlc Cordcn Herzlc., Pate Lecdler Row Z Serge f C V e ,. .e . Cars"-'af Pc ': F ef, Tzrr Elaclwell Ja, C.r.,.er Lat-.renee Hay- -2' Cine fussy Lgef: I-gg! Ke ta Stsne Lza sliuhne I, Bcblwlscn OFFICERS . at President Pete Leodler ..,...... ........ T reasurer 2- 1 .. 'flee-President Tom Blackwell .... v....... A .. Cha lain P Bri f C llll Secretary Jay Grover ...,. ........,Y...... lvl aster at arms brii-' Correspondent Philip Allen .V.. .,l, K eeper-of-the-inner door .ef ir'b.R-- traternal spirit among its members. Phi Delta Chi is the oldest professional pharmacy fra ternity It was founded at the University of Michigan the first School of Pharmacy in a state-supported in stitution, on November 2, IBS3, Phi Delta Chl has forty-three active chapters from coast to coast and many graduate and alumni chapters. Beta Epsilon Chapter became the forty-third and newest chapter when chartered at the University of Kansas City School of Pharmacy on December 2, l96O. The oblect of Phi Delta Chi is to advance the science of Pharmacy and its allied interests and to foster and promote a 3:35522 Student Publications -f"" I W- i I .Q THE KANGARCC Sondra Tracy, Editor J JIM THARP Business Manager N CARL KELLER Copy Editor Many thanks to all who have played a part in assem- bling the 1961 Kangaroo-not only the staff members pictured here, but those of the administration, faculty, and others who were willing to lend a hand or a word of encouragement. Jim and Carl deserve a special thanks and recognition for their many hours of labor and cheer- ful endurance of the editor's occasional tantrums, ln spite of lack of previous experience and stumbling blocks encountered along the vvay, we have had a very successful year, and have had a lot of fun getting the iob done. B"-L R0B'N50N MARY SIEGFRIED WALLY SMITH Tom cuiNAN RAYMoNo KENNETT Dentistry Law Pharmacy Photography by HARRIS and HATFIELD , s., rw' 4? A Portrait Photography 5 V by ROC-ER'S 1: 7 DeCLOUD'S STRAUSS-PEYTON , NORMAN HOYT SUDVARG'S I Q 0,4 -'-Gini 10 f THE U-NEWS Robert S. lemon, Editor R76 ,x TOM CARRISON Assistant Editor MARCIA MYERS Assistant Editor U-NEWS STAFF l ...dt DON BARASH BOB ELLIOTT Business Manager Business Manager SENIOR STAFF PAT HOFF PHILLIP BRIMBLE The University News, glorious weekly tabloid, had an eventful if not successful year, as it were. By incorpor- ating no small amount of "yellow journalism" the paper was able to hold the attention of a few readers. The U- News is sponsored by the All Student Association, edited and published by students, thus accomplishing the purpose of a "student publication." Twenty-seven unavoidable issues were furnished by retiring Editor Bob Lemon, who is giving up the post to next year's chief, Marcia Myers. BOB LEMON - EDITOR BILL ROBINSON DAVE HARTWIG Sports Editor Circulation Manager , .i.,,....l... ll .Y--.....--- .'- ----'A Q,- 9 1 , , lzffij ff f, 1 X 'E 'l 'fy R , jl?i F1w'f Y N 3 ' 5 5 ' X S f IWW! 1: Nj . '17 Q j ,X . x . x 1' W' m R, A ,'4..' E z' td L' l W ' xiffiz- .3 ' f s.. L -I-4 Ll Al z I X W W, , I A 555 MQW lk Dances Pk Queens X Celebrities lk Productions NEW STUDENT 0RIENTATl0N Kyle Weaver accepts the award for the best skit at the Wel- come Dance. At Activities in Action the new stu- dents learn of campus organizations. publications, and activities. , ,M W- MQ: si 5 5 X., , S -Ni i Y - gg. x A . " X so V 53 , X , , i The Ouad Dance provides an oppor- tunity for the new students to get acquainted with each other and with the old-timers Mrs, l-login relates the joys of sorority life to prospective rushees. 140 I 4.4, ex, 344:10-Q. . ABOVE: Dr. Everette Hendricks, di- rector of the University and Con- servatory Choirs. LEFT: The Con- servatory Choir performing in a Christmas service Opening night of "Song Without End" was a special benefit perform- ance tor the Conservatory Y -sg4.4, ibm., C IIIEPIA 0 3 PAJAMA DANCE Like a scene from a Broadway musical, the Gym assumed the appearance of a pajama land as co-eds and their dates donned their nities and joined in the festivities Donna Noger was elected to reign over the evening as Sleepy Time Cal, and was quickly surrounded by happy Sigma Betas who sang their congratula- tions to their starry-eyed sister. "Man, like this is the most?" ABOVE: The Worried Three pro- vided entertainment during inter- missions BELOW: Tom Talbott, dance chair, man, crowns Miss Donna Noger Sleepy Time Cal. l M4 SLEEPY TIME GAL 9042700 efV0y6ft ABOVE: ls this before or after? LAW SCHOOL ANNUAL DANCE l The Annual Law School Dance was held at the Bellerive and large numbers of students and faculty members attended. Throughout the evening a warm comfortable atmosphere was created by widespread party spirits. BELOW: When a glass is halt-full is it also half-empty? , -.- L. 4 Come on there Honey, let's show these students how we do it, says Dean Lewis. l87 BEAUTY qglnudnne ,WZ nfnul H18 BEAST gbm fgafifubon I 89 P l ABOVE RIGHT: Don't be frightened, it's only a camera LEFT. Couldn't we Sif This one out4I'm getting a Crick in my neck' RICHT1 Chan' cellor Drake crowns Miss Pamela Patrnck Sno-Ball Queen SNO- BALL I 1 0. T' 4 XP- W Under the co-sponsorship of the Student Council and the Pan-Hellenic Association the annual SNO-BALL again this year proved to be one of the highlights of the social season on campus. Attention during intermission was centered on Pam Patrick who was crowned l96O Sno-Ball Queen. 1 E. , ., ' V 932 'E Q 1 F1555 77' ' if .I i c N ' 'N if f - -' , J ii ' 'lin' , 1, , , r sw ' i t "iff :If -1 f .' X Y3'VV 1 . V. -'.-:- f if ' 7. 'V J.: r A VV 'rfb ,' rj , , VVVVVV V VVVI : V . V V ,. .. , six ,V F :I-,QS in: I 'I X -' Q ,XV ' ' dwg V ' Q ' I . i , , i , , A .N :Q' VVHIA-'1-Y. 1- 3 u K 'l7f""lf if . l.fNlf? , ssst c r X- i 1 W u zu srit ' 5. 'rf 'U ' .. if - l w , V , aw' , Vf V 1: ,V " , Q V sa l ' - V s. .Y r VV. . Rf:-fl f gf is X 2 9' ' ' Q 1 'B Q il... X A V N. 4 Q . LEFT: Now Christine, this is a public placel' BELOW: Who's up there that you're look ing at? ,V ,- ,. e- Q l9l " ' Q' a ... V if SNO BALL QUEEN .yjlllllfbl Aff: fe rkf I o . s 0 w 5,3 Hclp everybody' Duana's boolfed a whale' MARDI GRAS On Friday, February l7, the spirit of Mardi C-ras descended upon the Uni' versity The carnival booths included fish ponds, little theatres, and pie throwing Top money-maker was the Kappa Psi Rat Racing booth Tony Di- Pardo provided music for dancers after the carnival, and during intermission Dave Hendricks, captain ofthe basket- ball team, crowned Miss Virginia Blunt Mardi Gras Queen Suzy Duncan and Bill Buckingham won the costume contest 5 ' HN! a ABOVE: A smile from the win- ner-Suzy Duncan. BELOW: Sigma Betas drew crowds with their pinball machine. I This sort of thing could give a guy a complex? E K .r.mmW'g Eg W wana -x-,RN- .XS 1 'J DENTAL x , -1 PEDODONTIA ORTHODONTIA f V P1 v ' f f ., I' , 'XX' , A ,f 1 N 1 ,iff J I rg ' gi n f Lowry Clmlc EELOXV In Hwg la 1 ffscarcl we Crum. i "Vu 40 rTmV1',f flC V1' ,gg Hgrqg THU Hwy 'UTC Dr Xfffl, ' '1f'rWlf+v's ',f:u,15vT and fwrgnfj rvwfam, f1lW5n.'rjI'S To fawJ4Y'2Y!' U2 5 V'Vff,'VT'XIl'WJj, NWC Cmlggg nf C.mCf'r TW: Iwo frgl 'OW lx, plqtulrryri Hrfrr' IS 8 rnqrnbqr mf Tlfwfj Cl,1Il'WlJ3 ,225 CUCWTV ABOVE, BELOW, AND RIGHT. Students gain experience in PROS- THODONTIA. 'if ...I ACTIVITIES l I .1 Ba. l' , l U1 l it ORAL SURGERY MAIN CLINIC RIGHT: Dental students participate in a program for the chronically ill. BELOW: The school also offers a program for Dental Hygienists. I lsr ll I5 I U 'gl 197 A patient In the chronically ill clinic. gd- -5 BUSHWHACKER BALL The Bushwhacker Ball, the annual spring formal given by the Junior Dental Students in honor of graduating Seniors. was again a smashing success. Set among little grass shacks and lots ot palm trees, the Ball delighted all present with a Iuau atmosphere in the old National Guard Armory in Kansas City, Kansas, Miss Deanna Durham, a Dental Hygienist, was crowned queen during the intermission, and the skits this year threatened to break all records tor real old-fashioned thigh slappers. A pretty smile from the l96l Bushwhacker Queen, Deanna Durham. -og N I ' 1 .T Q, fh- f4 buf! , Q , The new queen is congratulated by an alum, A little grass shack, complete with palm trees and gardenias, provided a Hawaiian atmosphere for this year's Ball. "This 8mm film sure do make things fuzzy. Better lay off that Hawaiian Delight for a while." 198 Ofel g lr.: 4 'S q F , 4'-A , it Htl.- Combining fun with serious matters, Law Day proved to be a very eventful one for the students. The anxiously awaited results of the Bar Exams were revealed early in the afternoon, and the playoff of the Bum Friday base- ball game against the Dental Students was a rousing success. Four lovely queens, the Misses Deann Riley, Linda Hood, Karen and Sharen Selden, were crowned at the dance after a letter from Raymond Burr, television's Perry Mason, had been read indicating his inability to choose between the four, each "young, talented, and alive." The Grand Ballroom of the Hotel Bellerive was the scene of this delightful evening. - , 1 rt R l 1. I f r ' ' I . J X ' 1 rr L X ABOVE: The speaker for the evening was a member of the American Bar Association. BELOW, RlCHT: Chancellor Drake crowns the four queens, Wonder where they found that many crowns? Ji X i A i you're not the twin l.came in with? zoo 3 "Now wait a minute-you're sure LAW DAY QUEENS mmmyw Mmm gain G BUM FRIDAY BUM FRIDAY, or LESSONS IN ETIQUETTE by UKC's Society Editor, Maude Schlingenfrau On der Friday before der Saturday after der Thursday before der Bummen Friday ist all die vimmen and men to school mit grosser updressen gecomen, Der reason ist das geschwingen day, Taugenichts Freitag. On dies day ist all lernen vergessen, und das tradition ober- getakesen In der middle of der campus, only not zo much ist der spitzenpuddle vich zom students call der pond Ach' Vas ein geschtuken schwimmen holel Tra- ditional ist der dummkopf idea to alle fraulein in der spitzenpuddle geschplaschentossen, und zuch schnort- engeshrieken as vas vonce heard? But now ist das tossen verboten, und der ober mit growen schlobberhunds vich ver vonce die jungtrauen in das spitzenpuddle gesch- plaschentossen, can only in das schleimenschlopp of das hole mit muddenschlick beschmiert die schnorten- geschrielcen mit madmaken frauleins gepflopfendrop- pon Ach' Das ist more besser S' , I f-' ti allllnxgwfsl l . li ' ll l ll. li R'D2fj , , it '99' lf' f l -XX 'Ill N 1 is -, l TTC' 7, 'Zh . '4,, 'E f"," Alzo, ist der dramatische skits. yet, Und der peepers ist mit weepers gestreamen, und grosser vveinen und wailen maken. Zuch talent! At Kansas Zity U. it zhouldn't happen. Den maken der men mit der musclebulgers. Ein roper ist mit pullen and yanken ober das hole mit mudden- schlick beschmiert gestretchen, und effrybody ist mit grunter und groaner das pullenmatcher beginnen, Achl Zuch coordination! Zuch cooperation? Zuch schleimen- schloppl Finally, ist der big moment gecomem-der danzer in der evening mit der biggest bum of dem all, der Bum Friday Queen, Here ist grosser eleganz. All der schlei- menschlopp ben offbescrubben, und die ladies und gents mit grand schmelen und schmirken maken, Der danzer ben starten, und now vill der zo graceful steppen beginnen, Ein zingle looker vill show dot-mein Gott' Der rasslers mit musclebulgers ist all obergestartenl Und frauleins ist der men in der shins kickenl Und der men ist der frauleins upgetossenl Himmell K i . , -F lg W! pl I Spring is here, and the U-News editors, old and new, lose no time in poining in the fun. Left: The mudhole left its mark on many adventurous souls. Below: Dental and Law students battled on the diamond. Ll' 202 4 SX' ' l Students and faculty were forced to eat their barbecue in the roost because of rain. Spring. Bestival Najou contemplates the finer things which come with . Q . f . Above: "We are the girls of the Kappa Psi Follies!" Left: TKE's first place in Below: Delta in "How Ya the Gym." . "A Tribute to Lincoln" won group competition. Chi's kept them screaming Gonna Keep 'Em Down in Below: The Sigma Betas sing a story with a happy ending about a girl named Willy. Below Right: The Pastels, accompanied by Miss Barbara Bollinger, xnftf , N x' 'E l 1 - N . ' 'xnfl' ' 1 if--' I . . Q U Il! I , I .,. ,...-L 2: '51, KANGAROO BALL Under clouds of checsecloth land where have wc seen that bctorc9l Univcrsitx Bums and Kangaroos, minus a little nwud danccd till the .wee hours, and at intermission, watched while Miss Linda Hood was crowned Kangaroo Queen, and Bill Robinson and Cil Bledsoe were named as thc first tic tor lxlost Fascinating Man The Tclws rcccivcd thc trophy for the group skit contest and Pant Nicholson and Bob Bahr 'r.i. Cru narncd best individual actress and actor respectively ,-il' 5 fit Most Fri Qiwitir-ig lzlcn, Cil anrl Bill, congratulate I QC Vgnggirg fmirfnh Lirtrla Huorl 15 Ejclow I have thc, rtrangczt feeling I've been here bvfore, same place, snrnq flare-, same rlrwr Q . L -. , ..-Q .1 KANGAR00 QUEEN Zbzdrz Qyioff .ff MOST FASCINATING MAN :Hill .Rahman .' U C CAREER DAY March ZZ saw a group of high school and junior college students, interested in preparing for a teaching career. gather at the William Rockhill Nelson School for the eighth annual Career Day. The buffet was sponsored by the Teachers Now Training who organized all other activity for the event f l i This must be make-believeg those people couldn't be average students, The Teachers Now Training present a take-oft on The Wizard of Oz as a main part of the evenings entertainment. f Many new friends were ,J made as the visitors were acquainted with the School of Education and also the field of , Education in which they plan to participate. n T i .-A XI PSI PHI SHIPWRECK DANCE - RIGHT: Robinson Crusoe, Fri- day, and Friends. BELOW: "Ladies and Gentlemen, the next song will be a dance." The Shipwreck is an annual affair for the ZlP's and their dates or if wives. This year the setting was Tony DePardo's Partyhouse, and I as you can see, a good time was had by all, RIGHT: "I could have sworn I left my wife along here somewhere! 209 xox Q, ? r 3- i Q , sl I iv l- RED CARNATION TKE's gala Red Carnation Ball was held at the Hotel Bellerieve on March 25 As usual it was a closed af- fair to the fortunate TKEs and their dates Miss Phyllis Allbritten x-.as crowned TKE's Sweetheart by Tom Garrison, President nt rhe fraternity The lOO couples in attendance eniaued a delightful dinner before the evenings dancing fi 4 ' 0 -X ' 'H '. . IL l ABOVE' Cul Bledsoe receives an award for the best scholastic average as a pledge, spring l96O, ABOVE: "Beverly, you're kidding! Not Really!" LEFT: "Let me take you away from all this!" TAU KAPPA EPSILON SWEETHEART 94,1421 ummm 213 Cf .4 C . X 5- 1 . xx l a. llrix . -.-. 5 .-4 vi" rg' X'-NUVI, rlrawlr rhe Srinaffr, Thug ns what wc'll do Yorfll be President and uhm wa". the name of that Vucc-Prr'sudcn19 OF THEE I SING " " 'r 4 ZF! 1 -' 'Q X.LNflffCfLIVQE'V'l-' lsr! thmught' "-,'Y'f,r ,V- rv' ffl ?l4 .ag 5.7 Directorz Durward A Redd Chambermaud Franc: X Cll'lo'rl0'v LOurw Lrppman 'vlsflhew Arnold Fulton fcnnftr Cana-r Crocbcff ,lanc- Scnamr Qclwrfrf E Lwlrw Ale-nndcr Walter lrghn F' X.'xf'HfCVlIYC'Cf'l Emhrng Thrnltlcbotlnrn Erimlllcr Joan Barkley' Zane Chart' Hcrbcrt Slmon Stewart Hofh' Kon Plumb Burlrly Irmmor' Hr-rllcrl Harris' Chmtcr Lnrldcs' Rnlvcrf M Lcwua' Pvnny Coldcni Annn Emlcy', Dory D0Anl1r3lo, Jrfv-ly Pllcnckf Shawn Crirlcw 'r Juflx Colo Sharron O'DcII' Departs-rs Ccorlic L Srmlh. Brll Wcnvcr Dilvc Kal-pr4r'4 Phrllvp Buflc-r', lam Crlllklnf Tnm Sfnlnhrrll' Curl Drum OCAngclo Maw Turnr-r Kntrc Mndrjcn lr-nlflnm Barry XVI!-,rhnc-r' Crrl Sharron O'DCll' 'mf' Clans Dc".wrr-au- Linda Hunt' Crrl Penny Colden' LMP W1 rrfvlnr Cnr! SChu'7. 'fr' V. fr rr Bow-rly Cnmlmr' Yla-1 mv '.'lr1f-.wh Enlcc' Holman' vrwrl flwvwrrh ,flvtrnrlanlr vo l.X'rr--flcrf. P'lrjrr71C'l Cll7rl'lfAY'lW lY'l Chrrrr Jrrvmr- Barry XVl'HChf'lK'f lnrl-, F'rtqrJClf', Judy Coll? Jlm Crllllfunf Trlm Slrgrnhnff M rniy llcrmn. lgrrv Thomas Dave Kaspor' Shin Von Vv'arrnlwmrll', lxlonly Flrll ',Vcn.wr, Torn 'lc-rnhclH', Chester F-lrlw Hml-c, Ccorgo L Smllh, Jam Larry Thnrnns Pr-nm Colrlcnf BCCky Thnmrr ln'y Mary McOrwrrny', Sharon Cro'cy' Ju new llrfrrr r Inn iw. Crllrlfln Qrwfyrvw gn nwrif, jr,jm'r,rr- f an Our-c-n,'y '.'- 'rr rv Lu.. jf,-,,,. Fm-ml, jqrqlrrr Thnrna' Thr Frrrft l3fvv,.1"qf1f,y "7 A' ,', YY'.'Hn frfwlrr 'r rn '.lrnnf"r!,1 rnnthr fir rn Nmvh O,wf,9,g J'FJ'0r fvrvv. '.lf,r.!wn,3 'frly r lrnrvr Fl,1'L,3 lhrl ',f-'avr' Cllfrlf F'+,nlfr. Larfrf-r, Pr-nh, D Clnr Nuwr--, Chester Landes' Eririrc- Holnrr, Mnylncllc Franz', P.1rlflf'w', Lr--lue Mfaltcrf., Nlary Mc Anno Ballvy' Drury Dc'AngcIo Bcrlw Tlmmpson' Manly Hr-rmn, Larry Jrm ClIInlfm', Phlllrp Bullbr' NVa1vcr Hook' lfmn Bnrlflcy' Brll Wr-avcr Kasper' Dave Tom Zlcrnhoff' Cvofitc L Smwvh Chn-,lr-r Lnndcs' Phullup Fiullcr' lm-I' n Lovin- Vwfnlicr-,, Lrnfla 'rlcwarv' Bull Weaver Vulavbrrllc- Fr,1nz', Sharon Crolcv' 1 j X s 1 s 4 ix ' TR XX 4 K 1 X . Q Q gh ' 1 H , X .. .- .:,,:.fs:3? ' wifi! A ., v Q5 1 Q ' Q My M - f ,,,. , . .W-'VQ-wqwggx-r1x,x-v,X:.,-V. - . ,.,, L, ,X 'GQSMK ' 1 , z , X- A , 3 ' N52 3 3 gf 51.21 32 ' -Q in, --- .,,, 9 l-Xsi 4 nn" Q Dory de Angelo attracts attention on the boardwalk tlettl, while Mr, Antrobus has a quiet talk with Henry. THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH THE GRAND, GRAND OVERTLJRE Staeje Hands .,.... .,..... , ,Roy Culver, Donna McClean, Cleta Medley The Stage Manager ...,,.e ..,.....e... A ,, James Zimmer Sabina, ,.,,..A... ., A Mrs Antrobus .. The Dinosaur .A The lvlammoth The Telegraph Boy Gladys Antrobus Henry Antrobus A, Mr Antrobus The Doctors, , The Professor ,,,,,s The Judge ..s, . His Assistant ,.,..,,. ,...,.., ,,,.,,,,,, , . . , ,,,, Nancy Scott The Property Crew ,T . .Y .... Mata Zwetovv, Pat Bishop, Linda Grambling. Stuart Winckeer, THE ICE AGE The Poet ..... .. , . Miss E. Muse ......,., ,rr.,, Miss T Muse ,... s,....... Miss M Muse The Ushers ......., T Brigitte Kallai S .Dory de Angelo Jeanette Francis ,, , David Felson ,.Netta Dicker .r...Eddie House . Ardeena Smith . James Gillilfin , ,Tom Fleetwood S Ronald Curtis ,.,.Walter Miller ..,...,.John Maier Ronald Pennington iMariIyn Kendrick . ,... Terry Mayer .,,.....Jan Gibbs ........The University Players THE DELUGE The Announcer .......,.,......,.,.....ss..s, s,.... J ames Zimmer His Assistants ,,e,,...,.i.........,.sss..,, .S ,.., Beverly Gamber The Antrobus Family, r,.... ,Tom Fleetwood, Jeanette Francis, James Gillikin, Ardeena Smith The Drum Majorette. .,....,.,................v..... ..JOyCC Kelly The Conveeners ........ Ronald Curtis, John Maier, Ronald Pennington, Eddie House, Walter Miller The Friends of the Conveeners ......,..,.. .Terry Mayer. Maxine House, Marilyn Kendricks. Beverly Garnber, Jan Gibbs The Fortune Teller ....,.......................sir,.,.,.... Sue Meyer Miss Fairweather .........,..i ..........i,........ D ory de Angelo The Chair Pusher ,..............,.. ...i.. ..... G a ry Belshe The Defeated Candidate ...i.... ,.......... W alter Miller The Life Guard ......,i.,....,.,.,., ...,.... B arry Witchner The Lady in the Audience ,.,..,.. ...... M ary McQueeny ARMAGEDDON The Antrobus Family and Lily Sabina Mr. Tremayne .........,..........A................,......., John Maier Ivy ,,,.......................... i.......,. G eorgeanne Lawless Hester ,......................... ......... M ary McQueeny The House Manager ........ .......,..... W ael Zurub -'75 Director: Robert M. Lewis The Priest ............ ....... J ames Cillikin The Woodcutter ....... ....... R onald Cohen The Wigmaker ........ .................. J anice Lantz The Deputy ....... .... The Bandit ....... The Wife ........ The Husband ...... The Mother ...... The Medium ....... .Norman Frederick Trigg .....Kenneth Plumb .......Lucymae McBee .......Buhl Newman ..,....Lawana Walters ........Shirley Bohs 217 RASHOMON LEFT: James Cillikin contemplates man's inhu- manity to man as the Priest in Rashomon. BELOW: Kenneth Plumb pleads with Lucymae McBee to forgive him and to desert her husband. PERSDNALITIES f .5 Mr Bennett Cert, president of Random House Pub- lishers, and said by his fellow humorists to be extremely adept with his writing and gathering of the last word in funny stories. appeared on campus April l4 with a series of three lectures on the changing styles of American humor All it ZIM UKC held its first, significant political event on the evening of October l9 with the long awaited "Burns-Keyserling Debate." Leon H, Keyserling llettl and Arthur E. Burns lrightl. economic advisors for the Democratic and Republican Parties, respectively, appeared in open debate for the purpose of bringing to light the important economic issues in the l96O presidential campaign. 4 Qi 46 KN Cilli Wang, Viennese pantomimist, University Playhouse on March 4, Her imaginative one- woman show, "The World of Cilli Wang," was much enioyed by the audience. appeared at the The Original Don Cossack Chorus and Dancers appeared in a concert here on Wednes- day, March l'5 at the Play- house, The virtuoso ensemble of 24 uniformed White Rus- sian giants. was led by diminu tive 4' lO" Serge Jaroff. Sponsored by Sigma Tau Delta Sigma Tau Delta, Professional English Fraternity, was founded in l924 at Dakota Wesleyan University with the primary aim of fostering creative literary endeavor on the college level. Requirements for membership in this national honorary literary organization are based upon academic and creative accomplishment. Member- ship is open to all students of the University regardless of major field. On February l9 of this year, the Nu Theta chapter of Sigma Tau Delta was installed at the University House by the Mu Beta chapter from William Jewell College. Thanks in particular to the concerted and concentrated efforts of Dr. Roma A, King, Jr. and Mr. Frederick McLeod of our English department, this charter group has been launched on a firm, well-guided basis. The group meets monthly for the explicit purposes of critical consideration of creative writing by the mem- bers of Sigma Tau Delta, consideration of prospective members on the basis of manuscripts submitted for ap- proval, and selection of manufscript for publication in Number One, the student literary magazine of the Uni- versity, Sigma Tau Delta sponsors the publication of Number One and the staff of the magazine is elected from the constituency of this group and approved by the Student Council. For fifteen years, Number One has provided a unique medium for creative expression in the areas of poetry, short story, one-act play, and literary criticism. It is only in the small campus review such as Number One that one finds sincere literary endeavor unadulterated by commercial slant and artificial stand- ards imposed by various elements, this freedom of ex- pression, it seems to me, is a very healthy and a very sacred thing which deserves strong support and lasting preservation, Number One is an instrument not of the English department but of the University of Kansas City. Publication in this magazine is open to all students of the University. Prizes are awarded for the best manu- scripts submitted in each of the above-mentioned genres concurrent with the cash prizes sponsored by the Browning Society for the best two critical essays on works by Robert Browning. J. Michael Yates Editor, Number One Charter President. Nu Theta Chapter. Sigma Tau Delta STAFF Editor .,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,, ,.....,,,,.,...,....,.,.,.,,........ J , Michael Yates Associate Editors ............ Robert S. Lemon Il, Omar R. Watson General Staff .... Ceraldine Kramer, Michael J. Waddell, Edwina Bender, Richard Sears, Dorothea Woodward, Cynthia Bezemer, G, C. Schellhorn, Jack Null, Marilyn Ontman Faculty Advisors ...... Dr. Roma A. King, Jr,, Frederick McLeod J. MICHAEL YATES ROBERT S. LEMON DR. ROMA KING V, ff' ff FREDERICK McLEOD xr ' f ,M 1 . 'V ' l" . 1' 'Ls f' F ,M X . , 'a If fr: t 4 N 1 9 Sal UKC RELAYS E ' gl W 1- Y: -4. . .x "X ff . -rd: im, ' ' ' , 1 '-rgvs D :S-c,n',-, , 1' b ll le 4' "'l .'N -ffl'gliif'5Pt" l " i'f'. .l?5'3'l r ,177 ' v - Q jf., Q. "fs 1y.j'qJ1,i ,--ti +.:.gf-,- ,rg,1,.. 31-p. I rv: W -,shui ,qliu . Q ,lib-ilif,-'1r6.5's.y9g,. Y ' I -A : QV' 1-1 V:-4, Y b I 'f' I 1,7 . -N Q5 ' -- , J- , lv A-:rbi 3 .L ' 'xx 1- ' lf' I " ' ltr - - -A el- l .. , r,l .ll 1- Yf lv I ' Y ,L f-- -i4 I ! S -L 1 X L. 1 . L x' i - V , f'j.' ' i . - I' ..-4 -- - - e - f X '-4 si, ' .14 - -2- 1 -' v - I u -x 1,5 -3 ' Li,-V v I ' J kk lldafl e On April l, UKC held a highly succesful relays mect un whxch ll recordg were broken, Partxcupants for the UKC Track Clulv 2 flrsts 2 seconds, I tlwlrds, and l ftftn ...gy , - , 'Q . I wfs39:,?.f- 5 b "Q", -" N lf 13: i-1113 li N r f ' ' 1 ' .': .-,..ni." f ,' , .M X , rl A , -k i ,' XL' ' xl J, ff .4 j 1 e G-is ' --Y iv ' 1' ' .A ,t ,- . . . ' ' -TWH ' ' ' ' f r ' fy' , 4 Il' V in ' .. rmypyi QA... . N W I-, 1 . , L ' 'A ' t 'T .- . ' 'Him-'f ' .C --:I-91-'tt l 1- tl' ' ff 1,15 Nt, I , 'W-vii-"-'frfrfl' 7- llclll' - l' P , l . Ur. I .., , iv. , ' . -.1 Y 7- Et 4 1 J , ,,,i7,.."" -frf 4 ' 'V 1 fl..u-lil!-C45 U A,-L - '-' -f-1: fi- " . f "' ' T- ,V ,T "' ' ' ,- ' '2"i - ' , r si l .-me -'Y X l r -- fi f . - --1 -1 1 Swift: f L -- , ::.:. n-u i. '-:re ,, jg , 4,1 ' "' ' - . 't N ' .il , ' vu I. X '- . .' ".-'V' -f "' i --:nu..- I gr-fa-v " r 'r L' r 6' ..,- "',' ,f - ' 53- -Q'-.1 " t ,V 1.5-D.. n .1 .-. ZQ,.LI!,. fa. f,.,,Qga:gg,2'fi , . A . -Q. f- "'J" 'Fi' l'i'?'di': pa., BELOW' Lovely Oueen Linda Pfleffer was crowned by the Cnptmn ol the Track Team The Oueens attendants were Penny Golden, Lundfcy Hughes, Susie Duncan. and Beverly Vaughan. -nn r 4, . ls , -r " ' '1 fl l Q x 1' I N . QA., Q f Ht-at ..,, x-.'fi',l P -' f gffi xv? lyu- l' 1 sy. E 4 ,l . 'E 7 - Lf Uf I' . 8 W .a 'f.,'11 ' - vw?-.-Ls? ' ' 5 ....d' r' ' 1 0 4' 220 X Ni UKC RELAYS QUEEN Jima, .mme 221 Q1 .Jw Allwv bi V',n av" A rig- , D d'... ABOVE Now this is what you call a basketball! RlCH'1'i To the showers, BASKETBALL The University of Kansas City's 1961 Basketball team, ham- pered by lack of height and support from the student body. managed to eke out only two wins over the entire season. Composed mostly of freshmen, the team did however manage to gain much valuable experience which will be of great use in the 1962 season. 1 ABOVE: Dick Brightwell and his two assistant coaches " Joe Haines and Dean Marriott study the strategy for a future basketball game. Q. 3.5. 1 iii Larry Matthews Arnold Caviar J X 1 6 im Shreeve ' -iw. 1 , V. qqvbquv 9 Y 3 'E' 5 A '-wb Af f 1 of Dave Hendricks Mark Verhulst Bud Lawson Chuck Palazzo K5 f N. Dave Clemenson S Fax Larry MacEnroe ff J Chuck Hazley an 'ii ,,'r K! S I , il K da.--f Jim Young Larry Richardson Larry Haines ,uf V MARCH RIOTS Angered by the seemingly "uniust" action of the Board of Trustees abolishing the University's Athletic program, the students of the University congregated about a huge rally bonfire, the likes of '35, which had never been seen on this campus before, in protest of the action taken by the Board. Sup- plied with student's spirits and hopes as well as wood and paper, the bonfire was representative of the starting spark of the student's drive to bring sports back to the campus. The only hope that can be expressed is that the student's hopes and in- terests were not defeated without a fair trial, .' .2-ff .94 ,b jx 41. A saga,-kgs.,-f ,u.,,,, e W ABOVE But Sir, lt's only going to be a very ' small tirel ' RIGHT: Hey, did anyone see a fire around fb here anywhere? ,Li do -,.. g X I-A tx The firemen want to l-.now wht-ther that'-, really 5 ,. N, , the Chancellor and the Chairman of the Board of Trustees on that fire 224 LEFT. Say, IS that a bug black snake that you're trying to kill? .1 AS- 'V' . 1 lx wifi 121 L? ji I I , J . fn 1 'O' WM asia:-Q ,V L iff f H 'vf' ."" L., 0130- - E . LEFT: That one looks Ivlfe l'1e'z alrnozt done . . . BELOW: , , , I'Il get one of the Truateez to throw on! 225 lfrwreling Linda Hwfirl. Sandra Crffwll y, Beverly Thfma J U Him Sh :rr i Spealfrnan Stanriinfg Ellen O'Farrell, Virginia unt un rn lvl iri yn Hanrahan CHEERLEADERS Une of the decisive forces behind any team is its cheerleaders, and ours are no exception. l-liuurs rif hard worlf were necessary to be able to supply the team with that added bit of Con- fidenee Always faithful, they were there to boost the tearns spirit when it suffered a set- baelf and to exalt in their wins, To these enthus- iastic and hard-worlfing seven the entire stu- dent body extends its thanks RIC-HT: A nocturnal view of the E. F. Swinney Mausoleum which houses the remains of UKC's intercollegiate athletics. "lVlorituri te salutamusf' BELOW: lt's UKC in the lead as they round the bend. ABOVE: Starting line-up at the Swope Relays. RIGHT: Demonstration of that fine, fast, UKC Tennis style. Vx X ct 9 I 'Y -- - ' ,v1iTTx- l, 4 T ff? 4:' l1fs4"- ' X me-ESI Xfhtxfoififii-'jg Qlfij-pl we- , 5 jf' l .r rf' -im ABOVE: Up and over goes UKC's Dick Sjarda at the William Jewell Relays. BE- LOW: The cross-country team relaxes between runs. W ,lluwf-4, 227 LAW REVIEW As with Law Reviews throughout the country, a place on the staff of the University of Kansas City Law Review is one of the highest honors awarded a student. The eligibility requisites of high scholastic and writing ability are necessary because of the Law Review's several functions MDOT As part of the required curriculum of the Law School, each student is required to take lvloot Court, which provides the participants with practical experience in appellate advocacy. From the original forty-six students who took part in the Ellison lvloot Court Competition, named in honor of the late Dean and one of the founders of the Law School, eight students were chosen to try out for the team of three Finalm. Jorge Ellictt, James Walsh Max Von Erdsmans- dorf, and faculty advisor Duane Nedrud which are, at once, academic explorations and important reference material for practicing at- torneys. Professional leaders are contributors as are students, and an even closer relationship of the two is planned. The student staff mem- ber becomes acquainted with the practitioners of his craft while acquiring its indispensable skills, legal research and writing. CDURT that represents the University in National lvloot Court Competition. The three winners, Max Von Erdmansdorf, Jorge Elliott, and James Walsh competed with eleven other teams in the regional elimination at St. Louis, losing to the Washburn University team, who repre- sented this region at the finals in New York. The loss was determined by the narrowest mar- gin which this region had ever experienced. Jorge Elliott in competition. zza ' KCUR-FM ABOVE: Who says all DJ's are old bald-headed men who smoke cigars? BELOW: Sam Scott, Managing Di- rector of Radio KCUR-FM. Life may hold disappoint- ments, but if you can still smile, you may lick them yet. -il i u 4' r .ff -wi?-A fifgffirrrrtfitzsifiesi wwf Completing its fourth and most highly successful year of broadcasting under the guidance of Managing Di- rector, Sam Scott, Radio KCUR-FM received the news early this spring that its operation will be discontinued as of next year. All Kansas City has registered its pro- test, as well as the many students whose college careers have been built around the station, As we go to press the fate of the station is still undetermined, but hopes are still high that it may continue. iw i- mf A '--. And frankly, my dear, l don't give a dam! rrt' ir'r' rw LEFT: An' this is your ol' rogue . . . er Roving Reporter Cliff Hoehns signing off for Radio KCUR-FM. ABOVE: Sam gives a few pointers to the radio-speech class. 229 ,iam semi was U JF i UNIVERSITY CENTER As the University Center draws nearer to completion, the Center Board and Bob Handy, Director ot the Center, are busily preparing for the Grand Opening in September Recently. committees were formed to handle such aspects as public relations. personnel. art, and special events All concerned are assured an action- filled summer, tor many things rer.,ain to be done on the organization and planning level, On Christmas Day, Mr and Mrs Llmer Pierson made a gift of SZSOOOO for the addition of an auditorium TTQ F '41 lt will have a seating capacity of l,200, and may be converted into a dining room for BOO people or a ball- room tor 900 couples. Portable seating and a sound- proof wall will also make it possible to divide the main room into two areas, The addition will be named Pier- son Hall, after the donor, who is Vice-chairman of the Board of Trustees and an alumnus ofthe School of Law. An artist's drawing of the Hall appears at the top of the opposite page Also pictured, are a few ofthe facili- ties ofthe Center as they appear in the artist's sketches, Seated Linda Hood, Ed Cooprr, Dr Lf-ci Myers, Linda Cureton, Bob Handy, Director, the Uni.cr'.it,' Center Standing Dr Jaclv WeIlf,, Milfc Moore, Marv Huss, Candler Rogers. Paul Ctriztian Bill Pclfn fn, Cil Elf-rlcr ilfii Pictured Sandra Crcwley, Joyce Dille, Sandra Pruitt, Pai Mvilliamg, Dr Lylq Willit,, Dr Eqigrett Hendricks, Dr Whiiadivn Bloch, Bob Nelson, Sudg lflouri, Pobert Taylor B I ' , I 5 3 Q 155 SJ" A1 um r' I .gff-1?T vi My ' .QQ 'Rf-'1'4'-V-N' x A ,, l'5?':KL 2 ' "'fE'?"la- ,L . , . eL X,.f f v b V .. ,,,V .iff A -1, fa , jk ' ' ,ya w4?2gAI1f, JK - 5 I Y" H' J' ' 1L?'-Q. 5:'5 C:Q5T?I-'GQQDKZ ' I ' 3 I I, ll alxe QK1 PIERSON HAH. hi' , 11 71 wif Riff lvi- I -wil.: ,I 2 fn 1 fi" -15. V' R R NjIQ?ffii+.,fR I 'Rff'iU'7"- CA., 'sawn "T . M- N Q 1 I ' 7 XL, 'R J f' ' Rf gf f.,f, 'X I I 1 gg .fi .v,. W-, xx ' I , ffxff IM DINING HALL VENDING BAR CARD LOUNGE BROWSING LIBRARY I I: M RT I f7 iiLunu I gf L51 M1 If I-+ T , ,I LL'fff', 4 I - " xt 1' iw' 'f"'i?w""H ,F1R'?!LIf:'f:fW,L v I If f71F5'l .41 ',g,IFu !LIL,4,LJY -QA R- eg... I I ug .N , 1 Y I' WX v.'-n- .. . YM .Ivy L! , I In , I 'E' ' NT- I ,il,i '5 'll . . , I I , Lxsssf 231 .X---" - --4' . ,Q "" ,-.4 o-v 5, rv. -.- V ' I I ,rd,.-- --""" V J' Y ,,,,.f7-1. ,.- 91" ' ,afar VP N A I. - ,,-N' if.. 'J-1 .4 , -v" - - X. '--. st . ... .1 -Qi-r r'l?"'l-'lysis-X3-s rr' ' 0, H - A' ' .g,q'.,z-4 cf 1 lm ' ' f-4.4, 'H .-- .Af -' '-K", 'N ' -56 ,g. "- ----A ' -l 'F .,. W .l, . '+P-ff-f s 4' if .lflfl .1 1 z:?""'l " 4 K ' ' Q ' ----W-'v"""""'7'7 -- -' rl i ' ' .-. P1 l" . . H . M. 1 - ... - . gy, " "T-L",L.,,......l.......4 .ll , 5- v' A in-57. ,A , -4- V , , J,.-- Q - vm" - - - -V - - - ,.,,.q'p-tw-:I V vv-'iw-uv 4---4"' ,q 11 H 'F -, -4 . - 4 , ' 2 i . . ' 1731! r i ,N ,. A . P -4 -t ' ' ' ' i' ' P 1-,Q ,gif i 42 Yin Cv- 71... ,r,.-ig-U-7:-1--'vnu-rwnur-1.x lv I, 'ji A, T .4 A "",.'L .--. .. .. . . . . -, QQ, li l ' ' fn Hsngli' Af I.-1iT,.'f r " 4............ ' ll ,P - Hum dwg. -hi -.. J?-22' -inbu- ' 'V ' 'rs , .HIL ' ,ur - . o- -4-- PLANS FOR THE FUTURE As Kansas City expands and develops, so must the University if it is to maintain its high standards. Plans have been made and are now being studied for a new School of Dentistry and a new School of Pharmacy to be located in the area just north of 5lst and Rockhill Road. Also under consideration for this site is a Student Health Center. Building is to begin as soon as the necessary funds are made available, Pictured here are preliminary sketches of the future Dentistry and Pharmacy Buildings. Preliminary sketches and plans for a new General Library have also been drawn and are being studied. The proposed library will have a capacity for over a thousand stu- dents and 500,000 volumes, four times as many as can now be crowded into the present structure. lt will be a library which students will find comfort- able and the staff will be able to meet more readily the standards of library service desirable in a uni- versity which emphasizes learning. 232 'K i 1 i ss . X I l vi l l l K J 'Y lr Y 4 . i 7.1 r I . S ii 'fi - i Q f l Lg i TLQAI ig JV: , I . ,iifiiliieiggl-.mi 1 ' -x f-"If.'."Sf .... , -.'- . l:'5!:.'F:I"lh'.'Jl!! LA-.':' -'-'I-' -' J- xl , P '. 'QL -1..ff... : ima we-"ii?f? : fl 53 5 753 hx V 5?-,iz r. 'Zz ,. I 9 4 ,,, W1 I Rx my is-Q 4133 f will QQ: rT'E'q.5N WUZLSEQQE Kwai ,N N -f"E Ns W-Us .M.,,g:,,ixi '-3 fgrz, SX?ulx 1 3' N 'Q 4 E knit.-lgxiiuw x Q ofDer1tistry An artisfs drawing of the proposed School of Pharmacy. NM Z m fiwy, 3 'Sn I 'W 1 0 I - 1 :IX r JB? T I:.S ,Wi . , 'Y In rifv ,, I Senior Activities DAVID A. GRISAFE, Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, Chemistry, Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice-President, Men's Dormitory Council, President, Secretary, Treasurer, Tau Kappa Epsilon, His- torian, Torch and Scroll, American Chemical Society, Vice-Presi- dent, Secretary, Treasurer, Geology Club, German Club, Pep Club, A Cappella Choir, Student Union Committee, Orientation Com- mittee, U-News. Sports Editor, Reporter. CHARLES H. HAMMONTREE, Grandview, Missouri. Pharmacy, American Pharmaceutical Association, U-News. School Correspond- ent, Kappa Psi, Orientation Committee. BARBARA L. HANKIN, Kansas City, Missouri, Arts and Sciences, Chemistry, Dean's List, Scholarship Award, Participation Award, Torch and Scroll, Delta Alpha, Treasurer, American Chemical So- ciety, Secretary, Student Zionist Organization, Secretary, Schenley Foundation Scholarship. FOREST W. HANNA, Kansas City, Missouri. Law, Board of Gov- ernors, Dean's List, Moot Court Finalist, Ethics Committee, Phi Delta Phi. DOROTHY SUE HANNON, Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, French, Dean's List, Panhellenic Council, French Club, Arts and Sciences Secretariat, Secretary, Women's Recreation Association, Sigma Beta, Pep Club, Student Council, Orientation Committee, Student Admissions Counselor, Participation Award, Randolph- Macon Women's College. MARILYN M. HANRAHAN, Kansas City, Missouri. Elementary Edu- cation, Sno-Ball Princess, Winter Carnival Queen Attendant, Can- didate, Mardi Gras Queen, Cheerleader, Sigma Beta, Sports Captain, Pledge Trainer, Secretary, Newman Club, Women's Recreation Association, Pep Club, Orientation Committee, Student Admissions Counselor JAN HARRE, Kansas City, Missouri. Elementary Education, Can- didate, Kangaroo Queen l96O, Sigma Beta, Treasurer, Social Chair- man, Song Leader, Women's Recreation Association, Pep Club, Teachers Now Training, A Cappella Choir, Co-Chairman, Orienta- tion: Co-Chairman, Bum Friday Publicity LEO ALLEN HAWKINS. independence, Missouri. Business Ad- ministration, Personnel, Nu Rho Psi, Business School Association. DAVID HENDRICKS, Shawnee Mission, Kansas. Business Ad- ministration, Dean's List, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball, Varsity Colt, Delta Chi, Alumni Secretary, Rush Chairman, Nu Rho Psi, Parliamentarian, K-Club, Sgt. at Arms, Spanish Club, Vice- President, Geology Club, Publicity Chairman, Laboratory instructor, Statistics HELEN LOUISE HERIFORD, Columbia, Missouri. Arts and Sciences. English, Stephens College, Associate in Arts L. BRUCE HOLMAN, Overland Park, Kansas, Arts and Sciences, Art History, Participation Awards, Alpha Phi Omega, Historian, Sgt. at Arms, Rifle Club, Orientation Committee, U-News. Cartoonist, 1958 Kangaroo. Art Editor, I959 Kangaroo. Associate Editor, Playst "Antony and Cleopatra," i'Of Thee I sing." THAD E. HOUSTON, JR., Independence, Missouri, Arts and Sciences. Speech, Participation Award, Players, Treasurer, Debate Teami A Cappella Choir, Bum Friday Slrits, Co-Chairman, Plays: "Teahouse of the August Moon," "The Lark," "The Cherry Or- chard." "Time Remembered," "A Christmas Carol," "Antony and Cleopatra " CHARLES H. HYER. Olathe, Kansas Law, University of Kansas, Bachelor ot Science, 234 EDWIN B. INGRAM, JR., Kansas City, Missouri. Pharmacy, Dean's List, l-lonor's Day Award, Kappa Psi, Treasurer, Delta Chi, Ameri- can Pharmaceutical Association, Orientation Committee, Student Admissions Counselor, Intramurals. JANE G. JENKESKI, Kansas City, Missouri. Education. JAMES D. JOHNSON. Sedalia, Missouri. Business Administration. JOHN JOSEPH, St. Joseph, Missouri. Pharmacy, Kappa Psi, Chaplain, American Pharmaceutical Association, Student Council. JOSEPH L. JUEL. Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, Psy- chology, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Bum Friday Dance Committee, Orienta- tion Committee. JAMES P. KELLY. Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, Mathe- matics and Physics, Honorary Math Society, UKC Players. JOSEPH L. KELLY, Kansas City, Missouri. Business Administration, Marketing, Nu Rho Psi, Business School Association, Executive Committee, Kansas City, Missouri Junior College, Associate in Arts. RUTH ANN LANCASTER, Kansas City, Missouri, Elementary Edu- cation, Teacher's Now Training, Treasurer, Student Council, Cho Chin, Orientation Booth Committee, Career Day, Representative to Missouri State Teachers Meeting. CYNTHIA LITMAN, Washington, D. C. Education, Dean's List, Student Court Representative, George Washington University. BETTY LOCKARD, Warrensburg, Missouri. Law, Election Com- missioner, Student Bar Association, Central Missouri State College. JOHN L. LONCNAKER, Lamartine, Pennsylvania. Law, Clarion State College, Bachelor of Science. CLAUDIA ANNE LOWE, Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, Zoology, Delta Alpha, Players, Treasurer, Sgt. at Arms. Parlia- mentarian, Pep Club, Secretary, Cho Chin, President, Chaplain, Pan-Hellenic Representative, Dean's List, Participation Award, Canterbury Club, Student Council, Social Committee, Orientation Committee, Leadership Conference, A Cappella Choir, Zoology Laboratory Assistant. JAMES N. LYONS, Kansas City, Missouri. Law, Board ol Governors, Secretary, All Student Association, Phi Sigma Epsilon, Nu Rho Psi, Phi Alpha Delta, Moot Court Finalist. DELORES V. MACKE. Kansas City, Kansas. Law, Phi Delta Delta, Institute of Certified Public Accountants, University American of Kansas, Bachelor of Science. ANDREW MARKESSINI, Cairo, Egypt, Arts and Sciences, Chem- istry, Science Honor Society. DEAN S. MARRIOTT. Kansas City, Missouri. Business Administra- tion, Dean's List, Varsity Basketball, K-Club, President, Treasurer, Delta Chi, Vice-President, Nu Rho Psi, Publicity Chairman, Busi- ness School Association, Athletic Committee, Orientation Com- mittee, Victor Wilson Scholarship, Assistant Coach, Pair-O-Dice Dance, Chairman. RONALD E. MASTERS, Calhoun, Missouri. Pharmacy, Dean's List. ARTHUR M. MELLOTT, Kansas City, Kansas. Law, Delta Theta Phi. Senior Activities BARBARA J. ADAMS, Kansas City, Kansas. Arts and Sciences, Sociology and Psychology, Mu Phi Epsilon, Secretary, Historian, UKC Players, Torch and Scroll, President, Delta Alpha, Dean's List, Mu Phi Epsilon Scholarship, Highest Scholastic Standing, Sophomore Class, Best Actress Award, l959, Talent Committee, Orientation, Plays: "Electra," "Magic Horn of Charlemagne," "Blood Wedding," "Christmas Carol," "Aria da Capo," "Grey Bouquet," "Marriage of Figaro," "Ladies in Retirement," "Rashomon." MEREDITH ADAMS, Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, Psychology, PHYLLIS ANN ALLBRITTEN, Mission, Kansas, Elementary Educa- tion, Delta Alpha, Sgt. at Arms, School of Education, President, All Student Association, Secretary, Panhellenic Council, President, Sigma Beta, President, Treasurer, Rush Chairman, Chaplain, Women's Recreation Association, Team Sports Captain, A Cappella Choir, Co-Chairman, l96O Kangaroo Hop, Chairman, l96O Sno- Ball. WILLIAM C. AUSTIN, JR., Kansas City, Missouri. Business Ad- ministration, Retailing, Dean's List, Retail Associates, President, Student Activities Day Award, Ciolf Team, Food Chairman, Bum Friday l96O. DONALD BARASH, Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences. Mathematics-Education, Dean's List, Victor Wilson Scholarship, Varsity Baseball, Alpha Epsilon Pi, President, Secretary, Treasurer, Pledge Master, Inter-Fraternity Council, President, Secretary, Dormitory Secretary, Honorary Math Society, Orientation Com- mittee, Student Admissions Counselor, U-News, Business Man- ager. JOAN M. BARKLEY, Mission, Kansas. Conservatory, Voice, Sigma Alpha lota, Chaplain, Treasurer, Vice-President, Beta Zeta, A Cappella Choir. ISSA A. BATARSEH, Bethlehem, Jordan. Arts and Sciences, Foreign Language and History, Terre Saneta College, Jordan. ROBERT J. BATES, Kansas City, Missouri, Law, Phi Alpha Delta, Rockhurst College, Bachelor of Business Administration. LAWRENCE G. BAX, JR., Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, Economics, Newman Club, Treasurer, Business School Association, Kansas City, Missouri Junior College. MADELYN SUE BLONSKY, Kansas City, Missouri. Elementary Edu- cation, Torch and Scroll, Dean's List, Teachers Now Training, Vice-President, School of Education, Secretary, Kansas City, Missouri Junior College, Associate in Arts, ROBERT E. BLOUNT, Racine, Wisconsin. Conservatory, Music Edu- cation, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Vice-President. BETTY S. BRANSON, Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, Art History, Dean's List, Smith College, Kansas University. BERNARD W. BRAUN, Overland Park, Kansas, Law, Moot Court Competition, St. Benedict's College. DAVID H. BURNSTEIN, Kansas City, Missouri. Pharmacy, Alpha Epsilon Pi, President, Pledge Master, Outstanding Active Award, American Pharmaceutical Association, Inter-Fraternity Council. JOHN R. CLEARY, Kansas City, Missouri. Law, Phi Alpha Delta, University of Missouri, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. 2 SARA LEE COX, Mission, Kansas. Business Administration, Person- nel, Sigma Beta, Pep Club, Women's Recreation Association, Busi- ness School Association, Orientation, Group Leader. SHELDON M. CROSSETTE, Overland Park, Kansas. Law, West- minster College. JACQUELYN L. DAVIS, Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences Biology, St. Louis City Hospital School of Nursing. MILTON J. DAVIS, Kansas City, Missouri. Business Administration Marketing Retailing, Dean's List, Nu Rho Psi, Publicity Chairman, Business School Association, Publicity Chairman, Young Democrats. RAMSEY H. DAVIS, Bonner Springs, Kansas. Arts and Sciences History, Dean's List, History and Government Club, Vice-President, Inter-Fraternity Council, Vice-President, Delta Chi, President, Vice- President, Alumni Secretary, Sgt. at Arms, Political Chairman, Alpha Phi Omega, Orientation, Group Leader, lntramurals, Varsity Baseball, U-News, Sports Editor, Delegate to Leadership Conference. i JOSEPH Y. DECUYPER, Arma, Kansas. Law, Phi Alpha Delta, Vice- Justice, Regional Treasurer, Kansas State Teachers College. JACK C. DELONG, Painesville, Ohio. Arts and Sciences. Geology, Geology-Geography Club, President. RICHARD C. DOWNS, Kansas City, Missouri. Law, St, Benedict's College. ROBERT J. EDWARDS, Kansas City, Missouri. Law, Phi Alpha Delta, Clerk, Honor Court, Chief Justice, Student Court, Chief Justice, Law Day Committee, Rockhurst College. JORGE A. ELLIOT, Kansas City, Missouri, Law, Dean's List, Evi- dence Award, Phi Alpha Delta, Treasurer, Board of Governors, Moot Court Competition, Winner l96O, Student Bar Association, University of Kansas, Bachelor of Business Administration. SHARON RAE FRICK, Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, Art, Art Activities Award, Participation Award, Dean's List, Stu- dent Art Show, Second Prize, Selma-Rothenberg-Mag Scholar- ship, Delta Alpha, Secretary, Beta Zeta, President, Treasurer, Torch and Scroll, Orientation Committee. JOHN F. GALLIHER, Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, Sociology, Dean's List, Torch and Scroll, Most Fascinating Man, l96O, Delta Chi, Rush Chairman, Pledge Counselor, Arts and Sciences Secretariat. ARTHUR P. CENERAUX, JR., Kansas City, Missouri. Law, Delta Theta Phi, Dean, Vice-Dean, Clerk of Exchequer, Tribune, Student Bar Association, Bounders, Varsity Basketball Captain, Bachelor of Business Administration. CLYDE R. GILBERT, Mission, Kansas. Business Administration, Ac- counting, Nu Rho Psi, Secretary, Business School Association, Vice- President, Student Council, Personnel Committee. EVELYN COMEZ, Kansas City, Missouri. Business Administration, Participation Award, Newman Club, Spanish Club, Pre-Law Club, Business School Association, Orientation Committee. CHUCK GOODMAN, Brunswick, Georgia, Arts and Sciences, Radio- Television, Participation Award, Most Fascinating Man, l959, Pub- lications Board, Chairman, Delta Chi, Vice-President, Student Council, Parliamentarian, Newman Club, Dormitory Council, Sec- retary, Veterans Club, Pep Club, Young Republicans, Steering Committee, Chairman, Quad Dance, KCUR-FM, Staff Announcer, Plays: "The Lark," "Anthony and Cleopatra," "Sign of Jonah." Senior Activities ROCER T. MINNEMAN. Sabetha, Kansas. Arts and Sciences, Biology, Participation Award, University Center Board: Alpha Phi Omega. President, Service Projects Chairman, Campus Day, Admissions Counselor. MORTEZA MODIR-FATEMI, Tehran, Iran, Arts and Sciences, Political Science, Cosmopolitan Club, President, Student Christian Association, Rotary Scholarship, Parsons Junior College, Associate in Arts. PATRICK K. MONAHAN, Kansas City, Missouri, Law, Rockhurst College, Bachelor of Science. MIKE MOORE, Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, English, Torch and Scroll, Dean's List, University Center Board, Cosmopolitan Club, Delta Chi. SANDRA MOORE, Jefferson City, Missouri, Conservatory, Music Education, Dean's List, Cho Chin, Song Leader, Mu Phi Epsilon, Secretary, Vice-President, Cosmopolitan Club, Torch and Scroll: Women's Recreation Association, Cheerleader. LEROY J. MOREVITSKA, Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences. Psychology, Dean's List, A Cappella Choir. JAMES R. MURR, Cabool, Missouri. Pharmacy, Men's Dormitory President, Kappa Psi, Pledge Class President, American Pharma- ceutical Association. MARY E. O'DELL, Lexington, Missouri, Elementary Education. SALVATORE F. PALMA, Kansas City, Missouri. Pharmacy, Kappa Psi, American Pharmaceutical Association. JAMES E. PEDEN, Kansas City, Missouri. Dentistry, Psi Omega, Secretary, Drake University. SAMUEL PEREZ. Kansas City, Missouri, Conservatory, Conservatory Secretariat, Treasurer, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Vice-President, Historian, A Cappella Choir, Heritage Singers, Plays: "Marriage of Figaro," "The Merry Wives of Windsor." CAROL ANN PLANZER, Kansas City, Missouri. Elementary Educa- tion, Participation Award, University Scholarship, Panhellenic Scholarship Award, Teacher's Now Training, Vice-President, Presi- dent, Secretary, Historian, Education School Council, Treasurer, All School Finance Committee, High School Day Skit, Co-Chairman, High School Career Day, Program and Invitation Chairman, Candle- light Ball, Decoration Chairman, Kansas City, Missouri Junior Col- lege. CHRISTINE E. PLOG, Kansas City, Missouri, Arts and Sciences. History, UKC Players, Sgt at Arms, History and Government Club, Playsi "Antony and Cleopatra", Southern Methodist University, Kansas City, Missouri Junior College, Associate in Arts. DUKE W. PONICK, Kansas City, Missouri. Business Administration, Dean's List, Torch and Scroll, Business School Scholarship Award, El Club Asturias, Pre-Law Club, President, Student Court Associate Justice, Nu Rho Psi, Orientation Committee, Extra-Curricular Policy Committee. SANDRA PRUITT, Kansas City, Missouri. Business Administration, Accounting, Delta Alpha, Secretary, Historian, Participation Award, Business School Association, Secretary, Cho Chin, Sgt. at Arms, Treasurer, Vice-President, Pan Hellenic Representative, Women's Recreation -Association, Student Council Committees, Rose and Silver Ball, Chairman, Orientation Committee, Social Committee 236 ROBERT R. RAYMOND, Overland Park, Kansas, Law, Phi Alpha Delta, Clerk, Student Bar Association, University of Kansas, Bach- elor of Science in Business Administration, RONALD RAY RIEPEN, Mission Hills, Kansas. Law, University of Kansas, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. WILLIAM E. ROBINSON, Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, Biology, Dean's List, University Center Board, Track Team, Cross Country, Election Commissioner, Plays: "The Would-Be Gentle- man," "Antony and Cleopatra", Most Fascinating Man, l96l. DONNA LYNN ROGERS. Atlanta, Georgia. Arts and Sciences, English. LOY FRANCIS ROWLAND, Kansas City, Missouri. Pharmacy, Kappa Psi, American Pharmaceutical Association. JOYCE L. RYERSON, Independence, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, Home Economics, Participation Award, Home Activities Committee, Home Economics Club, President, Penates. FRANK N. SAUNDERS, JR., Atchison, Kansas. Law, Ottawa Uni- versity, Bachelor of Arts. RICHARD D. SEARS, Milan, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, English, Dean's List, Easy Chair, Sigma Tau Delta, Torch and Scroll, Steer- ing Committee, Secretary. CAREL SELLENRAAD, JR., Evanston, Illinois. Business Administra- tion, Quantitative Technics. LARRY E. SHERWOOD, Liberty, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, Math, Honorary Math Society. MICHAEL T. SHIELDS. Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, Psychology, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice-President, Pledge Trainer, Sgt. at Arms, Freshman Steering Commitee, Orientation Com- mittee, JAMES A. SHREEVE, Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, Math, Dean's List, Victor Wilson Scholarship, K-Club, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball. THOMAS E. SIMS, Kansas City, Missouri, Law, Torch and Scroll, Omicron Delta Kappa, Nu Rho Psi Scholarship, Moot Court, Busi- ness School Association, Law Review, Nu Rho Psi, President, Phi Alpha Delta, President, Omicron Delta Kappa, President, Business School Association, Councilman, Student Bar Association, UKC, Bachelor of Business Administration. CARLTON PRESCOTT SLATER, III, Kansas City, Missouri. Business Administration, Finance, Publications Board, Chairman, Young Re- publicans, Vice-President, Nu Rho Psi, Student Planning Commit- tee, Basketball, Business School Reporter, U-News. JAMES H. SMITH, Syracuse, Kansas. Dentistry, Orthodontics, Omi- cron Kappa Upsilon, Psi Omega, University of Kansas, Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy. JAMES T. SPOTTS, Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences. History, Dean's List, Torch and Scroll, Victor Wilson Scholarship, Young Democrats, Vice-President, Delta Chi, Orientation Commit- tee, Homecoming Committee, Student Union Committee, Leader- ship Committee, Senior Activities TRUMAN P. STAUFFER, Blue Springs, Missouri, Arts and Sciences, Psychology, Kansas City, Missouri Junior College, Associate in Arts. JACK R. STEWART, Warrensburg, Missouri. Law, Phi Delta Phi, University of Missouri, Bachelor of Science in Business Administra- tion, Master of Science in Finance. RICHARD F. STRETTON, Kansas City, Missouri. Law, UKC, Bach- elor of Arts in History. EDWARD W. SUDDUTH, Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, Geology, Geology-Geography Club, Vice-President. ROBERT A. SUNTER, Pasadena, California. Dentistry, Orthodontics, University of Southern California, Doctor of Dental Surgery. MARCIA J. SUPER, Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, Spanish and Education, El Club Asturias, Secretary, Treasurer, Edu- cation School Council, High School Day, Publicity Chairman, Teacher's Now Training, Hospitality Chairman, Candlelight Ball, Publicity Chairman, Education School and Student Council Com- mittees. JOSEPH L. SWAFFAR, Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, Economics, Torch and Scroll, Dean's List, Victor Wilson Scholarship. ALLEN N. SWANK, St. Louis, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, English Literature, Dean's List, Young Republicans, Pi Kappa Alpha, A Cappella Choir, Dormitory Counselor. CHARLES F. SWNGEL, Kansas City, Kansas. Arts and Sciences, History and Government. GORDON D. TEALL, Hiawatha, Kansas. Arts and Sciences, Pre- Dentistry, Tau Kappa Epsilon. ROBERT F. TEVIS, Kansas City, Missouri. Phi Delta Phi, Uni- versity of Missouri, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. ALBERT L. THOMAS, JR., Kansas City, Missouri. Business Ad- ministration, Personnel Management, Participation Award, Business School Association, President, Nu Rho Psi, President, All Student Council, Treasurer, Freshman Orientation Committee, Student Com- mission for University Development, Student Admissions Counselor, Leadership Conference, Kansas City, Missouri Junior College, As- sociate in Arts. CAROL J. THOMAS, Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, Foreign Languages, Torch and Scroll, Vice-President, Delta Alpha, El Club Asturias, President, Secretary, Treasurer, Der Deutsche Verein, Treasurer, Secretary, Academic Policy Committee. JOHN E. THOMAS, Kansas City, Missouri. Law, Law Review, Whitney Company Award, Outstanding Academic Rank, University of Kansas, Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering. SPENCER RAY THOMAS, Hamilton, North Carolina. Business Ad- ministration, Personnel, Nu Rho Psi, Business School Association. EDWARD J. TREMPY, Oakland, California. Law, University of California, Bachelor of Science. JAMES L. TURNER, Independence, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, English, Torch and Scroll, French Club. 237 RHODA C. UNTRIF, Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, Art, Art Department Activity Award, Beta Zeta, Treasurer, Student Zionist Organization, Vice-President, Philosophy Club, Freshman Orientation, Fall Frolic, Bum Friday Activities, Student Court Finalist. MAX VON ERDMANNSFORFF, North Kansas City, Missouri. Law, Moot Court, William Jewell College, Bachelor of Arts. GERALD A. WACKNOW, Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, Economics, Dean's List. JAMES J. WALSH, Kansas City, Award, Phi Alpha Delta, Justice, Moot Court, University of Mis- souri, Bachelor of Journalism. Missouri. Law, Student Honors ROBERT L. WARD, Kansas City, Finals, Board of Governors, Phi Business Administration. Kansas, Law, Moot Court, Semi- Alpha Delta, UKC, Bachelor of DONALD D. WEINSTEIN, Kansas City Missouri. Business Admini- stration, Accounting, Torch and Scroll, Dean's List, Controller's Institute ot America Award, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Vice-President, Sec- retary, Alpha Epsilon Pi Scholastic Award Trophy, Nu Rho Psi. RICHARD S. WETHERILL, Kansas City, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, Philosophy and Psychology, Dean's List, Torch and Scroll, Philosophy Society, President, Public Relations Committee, Chairman, Orienta- tion Committee. EDWARD J. WHITE, Kansas City, Kansas, Law, University of Kansas, Bachelor ot Arts. ROBERT L. WILLHITE, Kansas City, Missouri. Business Administra- tion, Accounting, Nu Rho Psi. PATRICIA DESTINY WILLIAMS, Raytown, Missouri. Arts and Sciences, English, Dean's List, Delta Alpha, President, President of Student Council, Debate and Forensic Awards, Participation Award, U-News, Editor, UKC Players, Vice-President, Sigma Beta, Pledge Captain, Pre-Law Club, Vice-President, Arts and Science Secretariat, Vice-President, Student Commission on Development, Secretary, Women's Recreation Association, University Center Board, Orienta- tion Committee, Leadership Conference, Chairman, Pi Kappa Delta. UWE JAN WOLTEMADE, Breman, Germany. Arts and Sciences, Economics, Dean's List, Dormitory Counselor, Cosmopolitan Club, President, Dormitory Judiciary Committee, Chairman, Dormitory Council, President, Steering Committee of Liberal Action Party, Student Council, Arts and Sciences Secretariat. RICHARD E. WORSLEY, Kansas City, Missouri. Law, Phi Delta Phi, Historian, UKC, Bachelor of Business Administration. JEANNE ZUK, Kansas City, Kansas. Elementary Education, Partici- pation Awards, Sigma Beta, Vice-President, Secretary, Chaplain, Historian, Pledge Trainer, School of Education Secretariat, Vice- President, Women's Recreation Association, President, Secretary, Pep Club, Teacher's Now Training, Leadership Conference, Orienta- tion Committee, Homecoming Committee, Co-Chairman, Student Union Committee, Student Council Personnel Committee, All- School Student Council Representative. LILLIAN B. ZULIAN, Grove City, Ohio. Elementary Education. A Aaron, Mark Louis, 61,14O. Abbott. James H. , 91. Abeel, Jerry Ralph, 61. Ahelle, Barnie E., iI0.158. Abernathy, Taylor S., 7. Abram, Truman Malcolm, 75.141, Abrams, Gilbert Stephen. 61,1-16. Accurso, Dominic S., 37. Adams, Barbara J.. 37,138,139 Adams, Meredith. 37. Adams. Robert, 112. Aitken, William F., Jr. , 36. Jerry Ross, 99,164. Akers. Aks. Stuart Ronald. 99,16-4. Alex, Ronald M., 57,13O. Allbritten, Phyllis Ann, 108,121 127, 134.138, 145.151, 213,156. Allee. Jane, 79. Allen, Hershall A., 99. Allen, John Michael. 161. Allen, Karen, 143. Allen. Mark L.. 96, 161. Allen. Phillip Joe, 118,171 Allen, A lley. Robert E., 24. Tom J. , 36. Beals, David, 7. Church, Carol R., 63. Allison, George Michael, 99,161Z. Allmon. Charles Ray, 61.157, Allmon, Judith Nancy, 61,155. Allred. M. Louie, 99,1.62. All Student Association. 11111. Alpha Epsilon Pi, 146. .Alpha Phi Omeua, 148,149. Altman, Barry, 61. Altman. Gary, 61. American Chemical Society, 135. A merican Pharmaceutical Associa - tion, 158. Anderson, Aubrey Steven, 61. A nderson A nderson 164. A nderson Edwin fPaulj, 99,126. James Lewis, 99,1621 Anderson: John B. , 96,16l. , Judith Lee, 6l,lQ8,151. Brown Dental Senior Class Council, 125 Collins, Joseph, 49. Anderson, Tamtki, 107. Andrews, John R., 99. Anglin, Glenda, 61. Annis, Russell W. . 28. Arbuckle, Marilyn Rosa, 61. Archer. Jerald Joe, 96. Arena, F.. 83. Argerson, N. B., 83. Armacost, Donald R. , 7. Arndt, Elva V. , 61. Arndt, Dr. Wendell V., 24. Arndt, William B. . 16. Arnold, Patsy Ann, 107, Arnstine. Donald G. , 28. Arts and Sciences Secretariat, 123. Ashmore, Glenn, 61,l57. Ashton, Barbara F.. 118. Ashworth, Jerry Dean, 57. Askren. '-'-'illiam F., 61. Atkins, David, 83, 161. Atkinson, James Henry, 99, 164. Aurand, David, 57,157. Austell, William Robert, 99.164, Austin, William G., Jr., 71. Ayler, Judith l., 57. Azbill, Karen Sue, 61.129,l5l. B Baher, Floyd R. .113. Bachert, Bonnie L. , 1l8,140,171. Baht, Robert Michael, 61,151,146 144. Bailey, Anne, 214. Bailey, John Ely. 62. Bailey, John L. , Jr.. 75,l45.l53. 156. Baker, Beverly L. , 114. Baker, Charlet M. , 96.161, Baker, Claude R., 24. Baker, David 1.. , 48. Baker, Dick L., 99,164. Baker. Joanne, 22. Baker, Rex, 57. Baker, R. L., Jr., 91.162, Baker. William, 37. Baldwin, Beverly J., 37,l39. Baldwin, Lloyd P. , Jr. , 48. Ballew. Dewey G. . 96,l61. Ballinger, Wesley D. . 48. Banlon. Joan, 143. Banlon, John, l17,1'l2, Banning, Lance Gilbert, 62.140, 132. Barash, Donald, 37,146,177. Barasch, Anne, 215. Barber, Fred L. , 48. Barbieri, Samuel Joseph, 118. Barger, Valda May, 80,124,140, Barid, Steven Joel, 62. Barkley. Joan Marie, 77,144,214 Barnes, David Wayne, 99,164. Barnes, Nancy M. , 48. Barnett, Latonia, 22. Barr, Donald William, 91,161. Barr, George Harold, 62. Barrett. Joseph Michael, 57. Bartel. Joann, 103. Bartelsmeyer, Joe Aaron, 62. Bartlett, Francis W., 7. Bartlett, James Richard. BO,159. Barton, Ralph, 83,161. Baratseh, Issa, 37. Bates. Leonard C.. 48. Bates, Robert Jerome, 112. Battagler, Carolyn Ann, 62. Batterman, Lois W. , 111. Batterson. James R., 167. Battle, Wanda Shipley, 139. Baumwart, Lloyd Grant, 99. Baxter, Kathryn Maelow, 48. Bayne, Barbara C. , 62,14O. Beadles, Charles E., Jr. . 91,16-4. Bean, Duana M., 57, Beast, 189. Beatty. Charles Morrison, 99,164 Beauty, 188. Beauty and Beast Dance, 149. Beaver, John Stephen, 57,1-40. Beaver, Robert Charles. 99. Beeks, John W., 36. Beelman, Gary Scott, 99,161. Beene, Don A., 96,161. Behnke, Pat, 143. Behnke, William H. , 114. Beile, Fred, 16. Bellanti, Neal David, 57. Belser, W. A.. 83,161. Belshe, Gary D. , 57,21G. Bench and Robe, 136. Bendure, James D. , 118,170. Benham, Nancy Lee, 103. Benik, Richard Anthony, 62,1-40. Bennett, Ben H., 62. Bennett, Charles N. , 48. Bennett, Richard Lewis, 99,162. G. 37. Benson, Bentley. Karen, 57. Larry, 37. Benton, Bentz, Richard James, 62. Bern, Roger Carl, 57.140, Berringer, Ray D. , 96. Berry, Gail, 105. Berry, Homer H. , 48. Berry, lna Claire, 62. Berry, Tom G. , 83.161, Beskas, Christine Andrea, 62. Beynon, John Louis, 99,164. Bezemer, Carroll, 80, Bleser, Leo F. , 24. Birch, A. M., Jr., 75. Biritz, Jerome R. , 57. Bishop, Pat, 216. Bisman, Ronnetta Diane. 62,140, 131, 147. Blxby, W. Edwin, 7. Blackwell, Thomas M. , Blalch, Warren, 9l,162. Blaine, Joyce Ann, 62. Blake, Barbara A. , 103. Bledsoe, Gilbert H. , 48, 157, 156,207.230. 119,172 Bloch, S. Wheadon, 11,122,145, 131230. Block, Andy Marshall, 62. Block, Samuel W. , 28. Blonsky, Madelyn, 108,127,134, 139. Bloss. James L. . 91.162, Blount, Byrl, Jr., 96, 161. Blount, Robert E. , 77,159. Blubaugh. Edward C. , 83.164. Blue, Eleanore C. , 30. Blume, Elluorc, 57. Blunt, Vlrglnla Ann, 62,128,151 226. Board of Governors, 127. Boerner, Mlchael, 114,127.167. Bohs, Shirley, 37.217, Bolerjack, Bllly R. , 115,170. INDEX Bollinger. Barbara, 80,155.160. Bollinger, Norman Eugene, 62, 12B,140,157. Bolton, Brian F. , 37. Bomberg, Thomas, 83.161. Bond, William R.. 99. Bonham, William L. , 99,164. Boppart, Anne. 108. Borchert, Thomas Walter, 48. Borel, Margaret Gibson, 80,160. Borgelt, Roger Waldo, 114. Bowen, Pat L. , 57. Bowles, Victor D., 24. Boyd, Amy M., 57. Boyer, Alice, 166. Boyer, Thomas J. , 48. Boyle. Jim Joseph. 62.153, Bradley. Rosalie, 37,139. Bradshaw, Stewart, 168. Bragg, Sherry Kay, 62. Bramman, Henry Adolph, 118. Brammer, Henry, 157,170. Branch, Betty Cox, 108. Brand, Richard William, 96,161. Branden, James Fred, 100. Brandenburg, Kenneth Edwin, 62 140,132. C Cain, Steve B., 96,161. Caldwell, Kaya, 48. Callender, Richard, 81. Calmes, Francis, 24. Cammack, Sandra J. , 108,134. Campbell, William R. , 100,161. Cannon, Rose Marie, 38. Cappon, Alexander, 16. Capps, Shirley J. , 62.140, Carbaugh, Daniel. 133. Carlson, Harvey C. , 84. Carlson, Leland, 84. Carn. David, sv. Carnegie. Judith, 62,140,161. Carrick, Walter, 96. Carro Carro ll, Byron A., 62. 11, Daniel J.. 415. Branson, Betty S. , 38.140, Branyan, Robert L., 18. Braun, John Gary, 62. Brauerman, Harry James, 62. Brazil, Robert W. , 83,161. Breidenthal, Willard, 7. Brell, William V., 100,126,164 Bresnick, Larry, 48. Bridges, Dorothy, 62. Bridgman. Frieda, 16. Bridgmans Garvey, 215. Brigham. Harold W., 100, Brigham. Sarah R., 62. Bright, Marvin L., 75. Bright, Roger K., 100,162. snghrweti, D. sheiby, 16.130, -ann ........ Brighrwell. Kenneth D., 57. Brimble, Phillip S., 4B,177. Brock, Stuart N.. 83,16-4. Brockman, Ruth, 62. Brome, Raymond, 117. Brookshire, Jack L., 91,164. Carson, Gerald G. , 71. Carter, Bruce T. , 100.164. Caruthers, Betty Jo, 57. Caviar, Arnold, 62,146,223 Cazzell, Sharon, 62. Cearley, Ronald L., 84,137,162. Ceraso, Jacqueline, 62. Chair, Zane, 63.144,146,214. Chan, Hing Nin, 119,170. Chan, Wai Lini, 57. Chaney, Waldo, 63. Chang. James C.. 91. Channer, Jerry D. , 100. Channer, John, 91,161. Chewning. Larry E., 48. Chitwood, John C.. 20. Cho Chin, 154,155. Chock, James, 91. Chrissman, Helen Jo, 12.18. Christiansen, Paul A. , 20,230. Christman, David L.. 49,148,157 Churchman, Aubrey L. , 75. Cipolla. Richard J. , 75, 152, 153. Crain, William, 16, 137, 148. Craven, Martin D. , 91,162,168. Craven. Robert E., 10B,133. Crawford, William C. , 57,133. Creasy, James D. , 57,140,157. CrisP. Jerry, 115. Croley, Sharon Ruth, 80,214. Croskey, George, 36. Crosner, Michael, R., 75. Cross, Gineth, 105. Cross, Nancy B. , 38. Crouch, Everett C. , 84,161. Crowley. Sandra, 49.122,123, 128.129,145,1s4,155,226.2ao Crutchfield, David, 91,162. Culig, Linda Louise, 57. Cullen, Donald R., 63. Culver, Roy, 216. Cunningham, Larry, 57. Curry, Carol Ann, 49,140. Cureton, Lincla,230. Curtis, DeMar, 96. Curtis, Ronald, 216. Cushman, Bob, 117,170. D Dailey. Jack E., 63. Dajani, Esam Z., 118.157, Dalen, S. Stanley, 20. Dalpiaz, Art, 96.161, Daniels, George, 71,139.140. Dauma, R. E., 117. Davis. Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Dawb Floyd J. , 96,161. . Jacquelyn L. , 38.140, , Kent B. , 38.127, , Milton J., 71. Ramsey. 38,145,152,153. . Richard, 117,172. , William E. 115. orn, Ronald, 139. Clark, Clark, Clark Clark Clark Clark Clayt Clayt Eloise H., 139. Harold S., 80.159, . Peggy Anne, 49. . Porter James, 100. , Robert J., 63. , Wade E. , 57. on, Bruce L.. 38. on, John M., 7. Dawson, Joan Lee, 79. Day, Robert D., 57,140. Day, Velma, 143. Deacon. Stanley, 22. Dean's List, 140. Deam, William Arthur, 100. DeAngelo, Dory, 214,216. Dearon. Larry F. , 38. Deliitetto, Karen, 143. Decker, Donald, 57. Brown, Andrew T., 18. Brown Carol Ann, 62. Brown, Delores J., 103. Brown Ernest R. . 57. Brown James l.. , 57.140. Brown, James O. , 91,162. Brown, Joe Justus, 100. Brown Melvin, 83, 161. Brown Meyer William, 48. Brown Michael C., 62,140, Brown, Orville E.. 100. Brown, Richard Lee, 100,164. Brown Robert F. . 91,162. Brown Ronald N. , 77,159. Wallace C. , 16. Clemenson, David, 57,130,145. 152, 153, 223. Cluff, John C. , 49.140, Coates, Keith H., 49. Cobb, Charles M.. 100.153. Cochran, Joan, 160. Coffee, Larry L., 100,164. Cogblll, Lilian, 80.160, Cohen, Ronald, 217. Cohen, Sharen J. , 57. Cohen, Sharon K. . 49. Cohn, Patricia E. . 38. Cole, Charmaine, 80. Cole. Judy, 38.214, Colgan, John W. , 63. Collins, Faydelle, 108,140. DeCuyper, Joseph, 113. Degnan, Thomasina, 215. DeLong. Jack, 38. Delta Delta Delta Delta DeMa Alpha, 138. Chl, 152, 153. Sigma Delta, 162,163. Theta Phi, 169. rea, Larry Bob 128,140, Brownley, Lawrence, 48. Bruce, John Quincy, 57,152, 153 Bruening, Richard P., 114. Bruner, Hugh H. , 83,161. Bruns, Helen B. . 79. Bryant, Sally, 108. Buebendorf, Francis, 22. Bunl Friday, 202.203,204. Bunch, Glen A. . 84,137,161. Burdick, Harold, 16. Burger, Donald H. , 57. Burk, Norman, 91.162, Burley, Patricia, 62.147, Burnldge. Gary Dean, 100. Burns, Robert C. , 48. Burnsteln, Jerome, 62,140,132. Button, Wilbur L. , 62. Buschman, Harold, 18. Bush, Lynn, 103. Bushnell, Kathryn, l11,122,154, 155. Bushwhacker Ball, 198. Bushwhacker Oueen, 199. Buslnessman's Heaven, 186. Business School Secretariat, 123. Busrard, Robert E. , 84,161. Butler, Phillip, 79,124,214. Buxton, Warren. 137. Buzard, Karen K. , 57,147. Byers. Michael Dean, 100. 238 Colllver, Jerry A., 36. Comstock, Rolland, 167. Cone, ,Ioanne, 49. Conservatory Activities, 182. Conservatory Secretariat. 124. Conway. Judith R. , 63. Cook, Walter, 22. Cooke, Lester E. , 63. Cookson, Grant. 96,161. Cooper. Ed Eugene, 100,124,126. 230. Cooper, Glynn M. . 63. Cooper. Richard, 96,164. Cooper, Robert J.. 81. Copeland, Jack, 84,161. Copenhaver. Morton, 84. Corbin. Patricia Lee, 63. Corley, R. W., 91,162. Corson, Judy Lynn, 63. C orwl n, Lawrence, 63. Cosmopolitan Club, 141. Coulter, Karen M. . 79. Courts. Donald E. , 100,161. Cover, James, 12. Cox, Jane Carol, 63,147. Cox, Sara L., 71.151, Cox, Thomas J., 114. Craig, James S. . 63.157. Crain, Charles, 38,156.157. Demeter, Teddy, 91.16l. Detnpsey, Gary, 80,159. Denman, Trembly, 57. Dental Activities, 196.197, Dental Executive Council, 124. Dental Freshman Class Council. 125. Dental Junior Class Council. 125. Dental Sophomore Class Council, 126. Denton, John M. , 57. Der Deutsche Vereln, 131. Deschner, Helen, 117. DeWa1d, Deanne, 63. Dewell, Hal. 91,162. Dlcker. Netta. 216. Dickson, Dale. 91,162. Dickson, Jerry, 100, 148, 162. Diehl. Roger H. , 39. Dlel, Vernon, 91,162. Diggs, Saraugusta, 77. pine, Joyce fr., 49,151,160,230 Dlmlck, Kent, 24. Dlnelll, Paul, 39. Dixon, Willard, 96,161. Dodds. Charles W. , 39,139. Dodson, Robert E. . 92,162. Doherty, Charles R. , 22 Donelson. Harol, 92,162,163. Donnlcl, Liz, 143. Donnlcl, Peter J. . 114.167, Donnlcl, Rose M. , 49. Donovan, Uhl, 92,16-1. Dorsey, Lawrence P. , 39. Dorzab. Joe, 75. Doster. Phlllp M. , 81. Dotson, Sharon Sue, 103. s Hartw Douthitt, Glenn, 92,162. Dowm Martin, 63. Dowgray, John, 16,l52. Drake, Richard M., 8,9. Draney, Walter, 49. Droll, Henry, 18. Dryden, Bernum, 84,124,137,162. Dube, Phillip D. , 63. Dudley, Margaret, 28,134. Duffelmeyer, Fred, 22. Duffer, Russell E., 71. Duffy, Ross E., 49. Dulsey, Bernard, 16. Duncan, Judy Kay, 63. Duncan, Susan K., 58,128,129 155. Dunlap, Helen, 166. Dunn, Cynthia Kay, 119,171. Durham, Deanna, 103,199. Durrett, Janet Konomn, 108. Dutcher, Judith, 49,155. D er Dean P. 100 Y . . - Dyer, Patricia W., 63,131,147. E Eads, Janice L., 63. Easley. Judy, 105. Eastin, Chester, 92,164. Felton, Peggy Ann, 105. Fencil, George, 11. Ferguson, David J., 96. Ferguson, Marvin J., 113, 127, 167, Ferrier, David Earl, 118. Fiddler, Charles E., 30. Fiddler, Jimmie C., 58,153. Fields, John Mack, Jr., 63,148. Fields, Judy, 155. Fields, Lynda Ann, 63, 140. Fifield, Gary M. , 58. Finney, Emmett, 78,159. Fischer, Robert Allen, 63. Fisher, Charles Hubert, 63,l40. Fisher, Sharon Ross, 103. Fisk, Robert Dean, 64. Flanagan, Viola D., 24. Fleetwood, Tom, 216. Flesher, Vicki L. , 103. Fletcher, Lyle Dee, 100,164. Fling, Mildred L. , 78,140,160. Flippo, Henry Jackson, 114,168. Flood, Mike, 167. Fly, Ronald, 168. Flynn, Dennis, 162. Footlick, Issac Morton, 58. Footlick, Jacob M., 96,164. Forbes, John Gordon, 64. Eaton, Frank, 75. Eaton, Manford, 80. Eberhart, Carl A., 49. Education Secretariat, 127. Edwards, A. C., 92,162 Edwards, A. T., 84,137,164. Edwards, Faye, 39,139. Edwards, Paul, 49,l40. Edwards Edwards , Phnup, 75. , Robert, 112,127,168. Edwards, Robert L. , 63. Ehrlich, George, 16. Eifler, Larry, 63,140. Ford, Dorothy N., 64. Foreman, Stephen, 96. Forney, Phillip S. , 64. Fotscher, Bernard K., 24. Foster Barbara Ann, 119,151,171 Foster Donna, 143. Foster Lynda L., 58. Foster Richard A. , 85, 164. Foster Richard A., 92,162. Foster Sherman M., 79,159. Foster, S. Dennis, 118. Fowler, Richard B., 7. Fox, Charles J., 58. Eisen. John, 49. Eisenbrandt, Leslie, 31,136. Ekblaw, Jean, 13. Ekblaw, Keith, 49. Ekblaw, Sidney, 16. Ekluncl, Jerry, 58. El Club Asturias, 131. Elias, Bernard J., 49. Eller, Patricia Ann, 105. Ellinger, Rory, 58,133. Elliot, Jorge, 158. Elliott, Robert L. , 49,177. Elliott, William, 114. Ellis, T. D., 84,137,162. Ellison, Myron, 7. Elting, Margaret, 39. Embry, Benjamin, 58. Emery, Thomas, 92, 124, 125, 162. Engel, Lynn, 75. Engelhardt, Max, 50,140. Enloe, Judith, 58,155. Eppinger, Howard, 96,161. Epple, Robert, 118,172. Epps, Robert L. , 63. Epstein, Burton, 63. Erdman, Bernard, 58,145, 146. Ernst, Bruce, 50,156,157,226. Ernst, Joseph, 58. Fraas, Louis Albert, 39,169. France, Charles C., Jr., 24. Francis, Freddie Lee, 50,l31. Francis, Jeannette, 215,216. Franco, Paul, 96,161. Frank, Edward E., 50. Franke. Judy, 64,l32. Franks, John E.. 96,161. Frans, Carleen, 155. Franz, Maybelle B., 80,147,214. Franzen, John Oscar, 64. Fraser, Roger F. , 50,140. Frazier, Thomas R. , 119, 170. Frazier, William Franklin, 64,153. Frederick, William C., 19. Frick, Sharon R., 39, 138, 139, 140. Friclte, Phyllis Jean, 64. Friedley, C. Richard, 24. Friend, Frank H. , 39,131. Friend, William Joe, 92,161. Frost, Michael David, 58. Frost, Robert J., 96. Fulton, David, 58. Fultz, Howard L., 81. Funk, Russell Sherrick, 64. Funke, Joseph G., 85,164. Furst, Marcia Elaine, 58,l40. Future, 230, 231, 232, 233. Esquibee, Ray, 96,161. Estes, Marilyn, 63, 128, 155. Evans, Cecil, 58. Evans, Judy Ann, 63. Evans, Othello, 39. Evans, Stephen, 50. G Gadd, Eugene, 71. Gage, John B. , 7. Gallagher, Thomas, 64. Galliher, John, 39,123,139,140. Evjen, John C., 63. Ewing, Vernon C. , 50. F Faculty Reception, 181. Fain, Robert P., 58. Farha, Kenneth F. , 96, 161. Farley, Catherine W. , 22. Farmer, John Michael, 63,128,153. Farmer, Richard Alan, 100. Farmer, Robert E. , 50, 157. Farnsworth, Robert, 16. Farrell, Richard D., 63,153. Farris, Loretta D., 140. Fassler, Joan M. , 119,171. Feierabend, Richard F. , B4,161. Feldhake, Ambrose L. , 71. Pellets, Fred, 115,170. Felson, David, 216. Felt, Connie Jean, 105. ren, Trudy, 108. Gallipeau, Charles, 158. Gallivan, Nan, 64,128. Gamber, Beverly, 58,128,144, 151,214,216. Garber, Errol, 117,170. Garber, Nancy, 143. Garcia, John, 50,153. Garner, Jerry, 64,157. Gardner, Richard, 117,170. Garrett, J. S., 92. Garrett, James, 85,161. Garrison, Thomas, 117, 122, 149, 156,170,177,189. Gaskill, James Lee, 64,124. Gates, Gerald, 58. Gausman, Larry, 85,161. Gay, Robert, 58. Gee, Nancy Jane, 79. Generaux, Arthur, 169. Geology-Geography Club, 132. Gershman, Jerome, 117, 146, 172. INDEX Gershon, Justin, 39. Gibbs, Jon, 216. Gilbert, Clyde, 71,122. Gilbert, Harvey, 50,156,157. Gile, Herbert, 58. Gillihan, Gary, 130. Gillikin, James, 2l6,217. Gillespie, Nellice, 50,131. Gillespie, Richard, 50. Gillikin, James B. , 36,214. Gillikin, Jewell, 96,161. Gingrich, Joseph, 85,162. Gjertson, James, 58. Glass, Arthur, 92,162. Glenn, Sylvester, 58. Gliddon, Reverdy, 20,130. Gliessman, David, 28. Goldberg, Alvin, 64,141,146. Golden, Priscilla, 111,214. Goldman, Morton, 16. Gomez, Evelyn, 72,l32. Goodman, Charles, 167. Goodman, Chuck, 40. Goodrich, Myrna Lee, 58,134. Gardon, Allen, 118. Gordon, George, 7. Gordon, Suzanne, 50. Gossett, Donald, 85,161. Gracheck, James, 64. Graf, Carla Ann, 64. Graham, Jane, 111. Graham, Michael, 58,131. Grant, Judith, 111. Grant, Thomas, 96,l62. Grant, William, 7. Graves, Charles, 85. Gray, Ralph, 7. Greenberg, Judith, 64,140. Greenblatt, Fred, 92,162. Greenstien, Anne, 50. Gregorak, William, 81. Gremp, Bill John, 64. Griffin, Robert, 92,16'2. Grills, Samuel, 115. Grillo, Taivo, 143. Grimes, Jim, 92. Grimsley, Janice, 64. Grimsley, Ronald, 64. Gripkey, Raymond, 111. Grisafe, David, 4O,137,140. Grisham, John, 92,l62. Gross, Richard, 50. Grove, Judith, 64,128,151. Groves, Robert, 50. Gruebbel, Allen, 24. Grumbling, Linda, 50,216. Gruvet, Jay, l18,172. Guffey. Joe Rex, 1l9,170. Guinan, Thomas, 114,168,175. Guinn, Don, 58,131,153. Gurley, Ronald, 75. Gustagson, Duane, 100,164. Guthrie, Jerry, 96. Guthrie, William, 85,161. Gutschensitter, John, 85,161. H Haas, Dorothy, 105. Haas, Eugene, 96,161. Hackley, Billie, 50,140. Hadden, Jane, 28. Hagerty, Samuel, 50,159. Hainen, Joyce, 64,128,226. Haines. Joe, 40,222, Haines, Larry, 64,130,223. Halden, Karen Sue, 64. Hale, Delbert, 51. Hale, Lynn, 97. Hales, Mike, 64,140. Hall, Albert, 92. Hall, Charlotte, 51. Hall, Diana, 105. Hall, Ed, 161. Hall, James, 100,124,126, 164. Hankin, Barbara, 138,139,140 Hanna, Forest, 113,127. Hannon, Dorothy Sue, 40,123, 140,151. Hanrahan, Marilyn, 108,128,150, 151,226. Hansen, Jacob, 40,139,140. Hansen, Kenneth, 97. Hardy, Larry, 117. Hargis, Donald, 100,162. Hargrave, Ralph, 97,l61. Harte, Janyce, 108,150. Harris, Herbert, 144,214, Harris, Joel, 100. Harris, Loretta, 58. Harris Harris , Thomas, 51,157,156. on, Bennie, 58,l40. Harrison, Jon, 162. Harrison, Pat, 143. Hart, Lee, 58. Hart, Robert, 51,140. Hatter, Janet, 64. Hatter, Sue, 107. Hartig, John, 75. Hartley, Thomas, 107. Hartman, Lynda, 64,l47. Hartquist, John, 51. ig, Dave, 119,157,170,1 Harutum, David, 92,162. Harvey, Wayne, 25. Hasbrook, Margaret Anne, 64. Haskell, Henry, 7. Hass, Hugh, 51,148,156,157. Haug, Jim, 64. Hautchens, Sara, 111. Hawkins, Leo, 72,158. Hawley, Don, 92,16l. Hawley, Wilbur, 85. Hayden, Lawrence, 119,l72. Hayes, Elbert, 58. Hayes, Glenda, 80,124. Hazlett, James A. , 7. Hazley, Charles, 64, 130, 223. Heath, Eugene, 64, 148. Heath, Norma, 51. Heaton, JoAnn, 105. Heddings, Chester, 51. Heffron, Thomas, 64. Hein, David, 58. Heitz, Rudolph, 30,169. Heller, Joan, 64. Helton, Erma, 118. Hemingway, Glenn, 92,162. Hemmingsen, James, 58. Henderson, Arnold, 85,137,164. Henderson, Ralph, 13. Henderson, William, 7. Hendren, Gary, 64,153. Hendricks, David, 72,130,140, 153,223. Hendricks, Everett, 22,230. Hendricks, Gwyn, 105. Hendricks, Larry, 64. Hendry, Wickliffe, 16. Henley, Pat, 40. Henry, Donna, 111. Henry, Harold, 64. Hensley, Gordon, 118,172. Hentzen, Jody, 143. Hentzen, 114,127. Herbertson, James, 25. Herbettson, Norma, 65,128,140, 155. Heriford, Helen, 40,140. Hernandez, Joe, 97,161. Hernandez, Larry, 51,132,133. Herren, Wallace, 97,164. Herron, Marty, 214. Hewitt, Roland, 7. Hickman, Frenchy, 85,37,164. Hiebert, Ruth, 103. Higdon, Samuel, 100. Higgins, Florence, 111. Higgins, Jane Anne, 40. Hines, Barbara, 65. Hinman, Cynthia, 59. Hinton, Larry, 59. Hipp, Benny, 86,161. Hirand, Kaneo, 136. Hire, Barbara, 59. Hirrera, Joe, 168. Hitt, Douglas, 59. Hixon, James, 75. Hobson, Brian, 59. Hoch, Stewart, 214. Hodges, John, 18. Hodges, Martin, 100. Hoff, Dave, 72. Hoff, Patricia, 59,177. Hoffman, Bill, 100,161. Hoffman, Stanley, 65,128,141 Hoffstot, Pete, 144. Hogg. Jane, 59,130,144 Hogin, Christine, 11,138,145. Holbrook, R., 115,122,171 Holcomb, Jerry, 114. Hollingsworth, John G., 100,16 Holman, Bruce, 40,214. Holman, Clara, 51. Holt, Laroon, 78,124. Hood, Linda, 5l,128,155,205, 226,23O. Hook, Charles, 51. Hook, Walter, 1-l4,159,214. Hopper, Henrietta, 51,1-40. Horseman, Elmer, 30. Horton, Richard, 97. Houdek, Bruce C., 113. House, Eddie, 216. House, Maxine, 216. Houston, Thad, 40,l48. Houtchins, Richard, 167. Hovey, William, 59. Howard, Edgar, 1:39. Howard, Jerry, 65. Howe, Arthur, 93. Howe, David, 100. Hoyne, Thomas, 97,164. Hrebec, Joan, 109. Hughes, Lindsey, 65,l5l. Hughes, Loren, 65. Humbargar, David, 97. Hummel, George, 127,168. Hummel, Rosalie, 143. Hunt, Linda Sue, 59,144,214. Hunter, John, 51. Hunter, Mary Margaret, 65. Hurd, Jerry, 65. Hurley, Linda Lee, 59. Huss, Marvin, 230. Hutch, Beverly, 65. Hutchings, Jeanine, 215. Hutchinson, Ed W., 51, Hyken, Beverly, 59. I Ingram, Edwin B., 115,170. Intra-Fraternity Council, 145. lrwig, Toni Rogers, 51. Irwin, Ray, 7. Isenhour, William O.. 65,133. lversen, Arthur E. , 25. Ivie, Morrel, 97. Iwata, Akiko, 51. Izzard, David, 80,l59. J Jackson, Leland, 11B,l40. Jacobson, Larry, S6,164. Jamerson, Oscar, 118. James, Carol Ann, 65. Jamison, Nick, 86,161. Jarrell, Kos, 114,167. Jarus, Eugene C., 86,164. Jarvis, Ann, 59. Jay, Larry, 167. Jenkeski, Jane, 109. Jenison, Penny, 51. Higgins Ronald, 97.61. r-ian, Joyce, 7. , . Hall' Raymond' 7. High, Marathon, 16. Halliburton, Richard, 75,132,140 High School Day. 208. 158. Hildinger, Victor, 86,137,162 Halliday, Miriam, ao,1eo. Hile. Christine. 58. Hamilton, Joel, 97,161. Hammontree, Charles, 115,170. Hampton, Harold, 58. Hancock, John, 51. Handy, Janice, 80,147. Handy, Bob, 11,230. ,Hanitchak, John, 28. 239 Hill, Robert, '75. Hill, Charlotte, 51,130. Jenkins, Reed L., 97. Jenkins, Wayne, 93,l62. Jenks, Susan, 65. Jensen, Jo Ann, 65. Jeter, Sandra Sue, 65,147. Jett, Harry, 86,161. links, Claude, 115. Hills, Robert, 92,162. Hills, R. David, 75. Hills, Paul G. , 97,164. Hilsebeck, Roger, 58. Hinderks, Gary, 58. Johnson, Johnson, Howard, 81. James, 72,140. Johnson, James F., 100,164. Johnson, Judith, 40,155,160. Johnson, Karen, 52.155. Thomas W.. 100, 161. Jones. Johnson, Mike, 97,l61. Johnson, Richard, 52. Johnson, Thomas, 97,l61. Johnston, Sherma, 41. Johnston, Vivian, 52. Jones, Archie N. , 21. Jones, Bob, 59. Jones, Joseph, 52,140, Jones, Larry Alan, 86,161. Jones, Lowry, 86. Jones, Lynn, 162. Jones, Meigs, 161. Jones, Phillip, 25. 185. Nolan, Jo Ellen, 73. l-6WiS Mayer, Terrym, 216. Moses, 18. Joseph, John, 116,170, Juel, Joseph, 41. Julian, Gerald, 97. Jorge nson , Myron, K Kahler, Michael G. , 65,153. Kahmann, Anthony, 162. Kahn, Arnold, 65,146. Kahn, Marcia B., 52. Kalali, Doryoosh, 52. Kalina, Vernon, 41. Kallai, Brigitte, 59,140,216 Kang, Wha Suk, 65. Kangaroo Queen, 205. Kangaroo Staff, 174, 175. Kaplan, Barbara, 65. Kappa Epsilon, 171, Kappa Psi, 170. Kasper, Dave, 65,157,211-1. Kateman, Clifford, 86,16l. Katz, Judith Shapiro, 111, 134. Kauffman, William, 100,161. Kavanaugh, Charles Edward, 100 161. K-Club, 130. KCUR'FM, 229. Kedigh, Helen, 59. Keeler, Henry, 114. Keeler, Susan, 65. Keeley, Anna Marie, 41. Keenan, Allen, 97. Kehr, Jerry, 93.162, Keller, Carl L. , 59,140,158, 175. Kelly, James, 41. Kelly, Joseph, 72,l23,15B. Kelly. Joyce, 216. Kemper, James, 7. Kendrick, Dona Sue, 59. Kendrick, Marilyn, 216. Kennedy, Lyle, 22. Kennett, Raymond, l17,170,175. Kennicutt, Roger, 65. Kessler, Mary A., l19,171. Killian, Billy, 37. Kimball, Donald, 59. Klmbrell, Horace, 7. Kindel, Wayne, 65. King, Dr. Roma A.. 16,157,219. Kingery, Dwight, 169. Kirk, Ernestine, 65, 133,140, 144, 151. Kirkpatrick, Michael, 97,164. Kirkpatrick, Reuben, 81. Klelnman, Bernard, 18. Klinknett, Karen, 65. Kanpp. Fred, 65,l40,l53. Knez, Thomas, 93,l62. Knight, Janette Sue, 65. Knochc, Phillip, 52. Knott, Carl, 78,l2L3,157,159. Knudsen, Henrik , 25. Koester, Henrietta, 65,131. Koffler, George, 119,172. Kolker, Berndt, 12. Konecny, Leo, 86,161.' Kovolick, Judi, 65. Kramer, Ronald, 93,162. Kregel, Anne, 77,l60. Krehbiel, Roy, 119. Kriss, Ed, 133. Kubis, Kathy, 65,l2B,l51. Kuebel, Mary, 105. Kuhnell, Lewis. 172. Kurtz, Gerald, 52. Kutina, Loren, 86,l64. Kyle, David, 86,16-1. L LaBudde, Kenneth, 12. Labunski, Wiklor, 22. Lacy, Robert, 93,l6l. Laderoure, John, 22. l.aham, Jerome, 97,l61. Laing, George, 59. Lake, William, 100,164. Lally, Jerry, 97. Lamb, Kent, 93,162. Lambson, Gordon, 81. Lancaster, Ruth, 109,127,134. Land, Joan, 147. Landes, Chester, 214. Landram, Joyce llaina, 65,155. Laney. Kenneth, 93.162, Lanning, Richard, 97,l61. Lantz, Janice, 217. LaRue, Anthony, 59,141,148. Laswell, Sharon, 52, Larvala, Karon, 65. Lauffer, Henry, 117. Lavin, Jean, 143. Law Day, 200. Law Day Queen, 201. Law Review, 228. Lawless, Georganne, 216. Lawless, James, 215. Lawless, Michael, 75. Law School Christmas Dance, Lawson, Ralph, 65,130,223. Leakey, Marjory, 65. Lechtenberg, Jerome, 72. Lee, Dixie Ann, 103. Lee, Robert, 101,164. Leeper, Roy, 59,133,140. Lefkowitz, william, 25. Legate, Martha, 78,180. Leibowitz, Linda Mae, 77. Leiby, Cecil, 59,157. LeMon, Douglass, 101. Lemon, Robert S. , 52,135,176, 219. Lenn, Donna Sue, 65. Lenz, Johanna, 114. Leodler, Peter, 118,172. 187. I N D E X MacKinnon, John, 81. MacLeod, Marianne, 66,128,144. 155. Madden, Katie, 214. Maddox, Arthur, 80. Madison, Judith, 103. Mag, Arthur, 7. Magariel, Harold, 66. Magee, Stanton, 87,162. Mahanna, Gordon, 161. Maier, John, 216. Major, Schwab S. , 18. Majors, Fred, 66. Makanna, Gordon, 97. Manczuk, Loretta, 66,128. Maness, Peggy, 79. Manford, Carol, 143. Manford, Donald, 113. Manheim, Ernest, 18. Manley, Bud, 161. Mansfield, Betty, 143. Mansfield, Eugene, 117,140. March Riots, 224,225. Marcus, Phillip, 59,140. Mardi Gras, 194,195. Mardi Gras Queen, 193. Margolis, Arthur Lee, 52,14O. Melers, Josette, 78,124,160. Meigs, Nathan, 59,140. Mekelburg, Carol, 104. Meldrum, David, B8,161. Melland, John, 101,164. Mellott, Arthur, 169. Mendelson, Jerald, 59. Menges, Paul, 93,124,125,161. Menkin, Valy, 25. Merryman, Mary, 41,139. Merten, Robert, 97. Mesley, George, 12. Metcalf, Roger, 101,164. Metzger, Floyd, 93,162. Nakakura, Albert, 94,125,162. Nakayama, Leroy, 97,l61. Nahinsky, Irwin, 18. Nance, Howard, 72,158. Nash, Patrick, 60. Nash, Richard, 53, 156, 157. Nassimbene, Ray, 88,164. Naylor, Ray, 80. Neal, William, 94,162. Nedrud, Duane, 30. Nedrud, Phyllis, 143. Neff, James F. , 7. Neider, Barbara, 42. Neil, Randolph, 66. Meyer, Sue, 216. Meyers, Renata, 17,131. Michael, Robert, 41. Middleswart, Shirley, 160. Milchert, Bryce, 167. Miller, Gary, 53. Miller Irving, 22. Miller James, 76. Miller. John, 66. Miller, Kenneth, 97. Miller Miller Miller, , Walter, 215. , William, 93. Lawrence, 72. Nelson, David, 53,148,157. Nelson, Helen, 7. Nelson, Herbert, 30. Nelson, Jay, 101. Nelson, Penny, 214. Nelson, Richard, 82. Nelson, Robert, 10,230. Nelson, Robert L. , 116,140,172. Nelson, Thomas, 94,16'2. Nelson, Zarilyn, 105. Nepstad, Donald, 101. Netsche, Herbert, 18. Newman, Buhl, 21 7. Ma rkessini, Ardrew , 41. Marksbe Marley, Marriott, rry, Mary, 28. William, 59. Dean, 72,130,222. Marshall, James, 93,164. Martasin, Micky, 66. Martasin, Neil, 70. Millich, Frank, 17. Mills, Thomas, 107. Milner, David, 66. Milstead, William, 17,148. Mindralb. Jerome, 161. Minneman, Roger, 101,148. Minson, Janet, 105. Mitchell, Helen, 59. Mitchell, Jack, 78. Mitchell, Richard, 107. Miura, Marvin, 66,140. Madrcin, Joseph, 114. Modir-Fatemi, Morteza, 42. Molln, Sara Lee, 66,128,161. Mondragon, Abel, 66. LeVel1e, Yvonne, 65. Levit, Matin, 28. Levitas, Irving, 16. Levy, Arlene, 52. Levy, Soloman, 18,133. Lewis, Adeline, 111. Lewis, Frederick, 29,127. Lewis, Gene, 41. Lewis, Robert, 214. Lewis, Ronald, 52. Sue Ellen 52. Lichtrhan, Richard, 16. Liefenthaler, Carol, 106. Lind, Jeanette, 116, 136, 139, 140 171. Link, Larry Arnold, 117. Lipovac. Donald, 78. Litrnan, Cynthia, l09,l40. Little, James, 52. Lloyd, Mary Anne, 114,139. Lo, Po-Chuen, 93,161. Lockard, Betty, 112. Loedler, Lora, 143. Lohrenrtel, Carl, 52. London, Harriet, 66,155. Long, Charles, 52. Long, Don, 161. Long, Gwcldon, 87,l60. Long, Lewis, 10l,l64. Longan, Mary, 143. Lotakls, George, 66. Lovaas, Leeland, 97,l61. Love, Alexander, 66. Lovitt, Tom, 22. Lowe, Claudia, 41,138,139,145, 154,l55. Lucas, Thomas, 36. Lucklng, Edward, 20. Luetkerneyer, Robert, 75,140. Luke, James, 59,141. Luker, Carol, 59. Lumas, Jack, B7,164. Lumpkin, Lawrence, 93. Luttrell, Robert, 87,16-1. Lynch, Joe, 93,162. Lynch, Leonard, 75. Lyon, Arnold, 101,l6l. Lyon, Judith, 8O,160. Lyons, James N., 136. M Mabe, Roy, 97. Mackay, George, 117, Mackie, Virglnla French, 22. Martin, Daryl, 93,161. Martin, Geraldine, 66. Martin, Gorby, 101. Martin, Janet, 41. Martin, Ralph, 7. Martin, William, 139. Marvin, John, 76,139. Marvin, Tonya, 52,147. Marxsen, Evelyn, 66,131,133. Masi, Anthony, 66. Ellen, 66,140,151. James, 28. Ronald, 116. Mason, Masters, Masters, Masunaga, Harold, 97. Mathias, Boyd, 17. Matthews, Larry, 76,130,222. Maxwell, Jean, 59,128,155. May, Connie, 66,128,144,155. Mazanec, Kanilla, 166. McAllister, Newman, 66,153. McAnear, Jon, 97,l61. McBee, Lucymae, 217. McCarter, Richard, 87,164. McCarty, Bernard, 52,148,151 McClain, Esther, 66. McClanahan, Phillip, 113. McClary, James, 66,153. McClean, Donna, 216. McClendon, Earl, 97.161, McCollum, Jerry, 87,161. McConkay, Richard, 93,162. McCormick, Bruce, 66. McCoy, Patricia, 59. McCullough, Donald, 72. McDaniel, Franklin, 66. McDaniel, Raymond, 87,161. McDermott, Larry, 119. McDonald. Fred, 97,l61. McDonald, John, 59. McDonnell, James, 107. McEnroe, Larry, 66. McFarland, John, 87,161. McGannon, John, 114. McGee, Robert, 87,161. McGhee, Richard, 111,140. McGlnty, Wllliam, 87,161. McGonigle, Richard, 76. McGuire, Linda, 66. McHugh, Earl, 162. Mclllrath, Patricia, 16. McKee, lra, 41. McKenzie, Eugene, 97. McKinley, Larry, 93. McKinney, Dan, 101,162. McKnight, Ruth, 111,140. McLeod, Frederick, 17,219. McMahon, l.eo, 32,136,172. McManus, William, 87,164. McMillan, Ann, 105. McMillan, George, 97,164. McNutt, George, 93,16'2. 240 Montgall, Bonnie, 53. Montgomery, R. C., 72,140. Montgomery, Richard, 76. Moore Moore David, 25. Dee, 161. Moore James, 101. Moore John, 42,139,230. Moore Joseph, 114. Moore, Lynda, 105. Moore Moore Moore Moore , Rayburn, 53,140. , Robert, 93,161. Sandra, 78, 139, 140, 160. Thomas 42. Moot Court, 228. Moreland, Esther, 107. Morevltska, LeRoy, 42. Morgan, John, 6. Morishlge, Walter, 59. Morphew, Roger, 59. Morris, David, 88,162. Morris, Ray, 76. Morris, Jan, 53. Morton, Daryl, 66. James, 101,164. Neumayer, John, 7. Newton, Baxter, 53. Nichols, Richard, 60. Nicholson, Pam, 144. Nickell, Maurice, 97. Nickson, Evalyn, 60. Nielson, Anne, 17. Nielson, Carolyn, 53. Nies, Howard, 101. Nigro, Alex, 53. Noah, Leonard, 73, 123,14O, 158 Noah, Susan, 66. Noger, Donna, 60,140,150,151, Nonaka, Paul, 98. North, Basil, 42. Norton, Fred, 101. Norton, Rita, 60,128,129,144, 151. Norton, Robert, 66. Nosworthy, Don, 101. Nuessle, Noel, 32,136,141. Number One, 219. Nu Rho Psi, 158. Nur-ll-Dun, Aideh, 53. O Oberg, Clara, 53. O'Dell, Audley, 42. O'Dell, Mary, 109. O'Dell, Sharron, 66,140,214. O'Farrell, Ellen, 66,226,147. "Of Thee 1S1ng", 214. Ogburn, Donald, 98. Ogden, Kenneth, 53. O'Hern, Martha, 60. Okano, Thomas, 94. O'Keefe, John, 168. Most Fascinating Man, 206,207. Motzkus, Paul, 97,l61. Mouri, Sadayaki, 13,230. Mueller, Gene, 59,131,156,157. Muir, Steve. 66. Mullaly, Merrelyn, 66,147. Mullane, Karen, 42. Mullins, Carol, 53. Munoz, Verlyn, 166. Mu Phi Epsilon, 160. Murphy, Marilyn, 104. Murr, James, l16,l70. Murray, Barbara, 59,132,141. Murray, Donna Susan, 53. Murray, Robert, 88,162. Murrlsh, Walter, 133. Musselman, Henry, 25. Mustaln, Donald, 66. Oldberg, Nils, 107. Olsen. Candland, 101. Olson, Arthur, 53. Oman, Edward, 101,164. Omicron Delta Kappa, 137. Omicron Kappa Upsllon, 137. O'Nell, Jack, 98,161. Ontman, Marilyn, 60,140. O"Rellly, Patricia, 67. Orientation, 180. Orozco, Theodore, 67. Osborn, James D. . 119. Osborn, James M. , 53. Osborn, Larry, 36. Osborn, Vernon, 98,161. Ossenford, Tom, 76. Osser, Gary, 67. Osterfoss, Donald, 98.161, Myers, Barbara, 60. Myers, George, 60,148. Myers, lvan, 60,l40. Myers, Leo, 28,230. Myers, Marcia, 53, 130,177. Myers, Richard, 60. Myers, R. Michael, 53. Myers, Ruth, 17. Myerson, Gordon, 53. N Nakal. Thomas, 101. Ott, Louis, 88,162. Ottaway, Lester, 98.161, Ottlnger, Phlllp, 101,162. Overturf, John, 88,124,125,13'7, Ozburn , 161.. Owens, Dorothy, 111. Owens, Richard, 12B,148. John, 60. rf Pachlhofer Paula, 139. Packard, Winona, 1e,14o. Padgham, Ross, 88,161. Pajama Dance, 184. Palazzo, Charles, 54,223. Palazzo, Robert, 67. Palma, Sal, 116,1'70. Palmer, Lewis, 101. Palmer, Richard, 73. Palmer, Virgil, 88,161. Panettiere, Margot, 67,129. Pan-Hellenic Council, 145. Parizek, Eldon, 17. Park, lon, 101. Powers, Norman, 98,164. Pre-Law Club, 132. Price, Beverly, 143. Primrose, Stephen, S9,164. Pritchard, John F., 7. Proctor, Louks Loyd, 67,148. Proud, Jan, 60. Pruitt, sandra, 73,114,138,155, , 230. Psi Omega, 164,165. Purcell, Lawrence, 89,164. Purcell, Thomas, 89,161. MDEX Ross. Jack, 67. Ross, Lawrence, 54. Rost, William, 32,136. Rost, Mrs. William, 171. Roth, Genevieve, 26. Rowe, Ralph, 54,1322 Rowland. James, 98,161. shone, Randall, 68,151 Shoemaker, Richard, 159. Shoop, Richard, 73. Short, Karen, 104. Shreeve, James, 44, 130, Shumaker, Ronnie, 68,146. Siegfried, Mary, 68,128,130 Parker, Betty Lee, 67. Parker, Donald, 42. Parmalee, Alfred F., 7. Parmley, Richard, 67,157. Parsons, Dana, 54,140. Paschel, William, 88,162. Patrick, Pamela, 60,122,129, 140,150,151. Patten, Donald, 42. Patterson, Gerre, 111,155. Patterson, Marcia, 60. Patterson, Russell, 22. Patterson, Sharon, 160. Patton, Scotty Dean, 101,164. Paul, Rivers, 98. Payton, Joyce, 109. Payton, Nina, 109. Peace, Charles, 168. Pearce, James, 13. Q Querry, Marvin, 43. R Rabe, Paul, 101,162. Rabourn, Janell, 105. Raden, Raims, Alexander, 54. Thomas, 114. Rains, Stephen, 54. Randazzo, Anne, 67. "Rashomon", 217. Ratton, Ralph, 94. Raymond, Jan, 143. Read, Lynne, 105. Red Carnation Ball, 212. Redd, Durward, 17,144,214. Reed, Donell, 67. Reed, Gerald, 43,140. Smole Pearce, Marcia, 160. Pearson, Bennie J. , 18. Peck, Jo Ann, 104. Peck, Marilyn Sue, 67. 'Peden, James, 88,164. Peebles, Jacqueline, 67. Peet, Herbert, 7. Pelanz, Robert, 60. Pelzner, Howard, 101,162. Pennington, Pat, 54. Pennington, Ronald, 216. Pep Club, 128. Perez, Blaza, 42. Perez, Samuel, 78,159. Perkins, Joanne, 54. Perrym William, 76. Pescetto, Charles, 118,17O. Peterson, David, 98. Peterson, Erwin, 88,164. Peterson, Janice, 67,147. Peterson, Merwin, 8B,164. Peterson, Robert, 98,124,126, 161. Petkoff, Phyllis, 160. Pettit, Sharon, 80,124,140,160. Pfeiffer, Linda, 67,151,221. Pflanz, Bob, 153. Pharmacy Wives, 143. Phi Alpha Delta, 168. Phi Delta Chi, 172. Phi Delta Delta, 166. Phi Delta Phi, 167. Phi Kappa Lambda, 147. Phillips, John, 167. Phillips, Laurie, 143. Phillips, Michael, 67,153. Philosophy Club, 133. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, 159. Pickett, George, 80,159. Pierson, Elmer, 7. Pi Kappa Delta, 133. Pilcher, Douglas, 60. Pincetl, Mary, 129,134,155. itcher, Lawrence, 89,161. itcock, Jo Anna, 105. Pitcock, Jody, 214. Pittman, William, 101. Place, Jackson, 54. Planzer, Carol Ann, 109, 127, 134. Plett, Charles, 8B,164. Plog, Christine, 42,144-. Plumb, Ken, 214,217. Poe, Donald, 119,170. Pogemiller, LeRoy, 22. Pogue, Donald, 89. Poling, Cleo, 101,164. Pond, Esther, 54,140. Ponder, Sarah, 67. Poriick, Duke, 73, 132,139,140. Pool, Terry, 67. Porter, Gary, 67. Posey, Edgar, 89,161. Pou, Frederick, 67. Powell, George, 7. Powell, Stuart, 60,145,146. ,r It Reed, William, 101. Reeder, Douglas Lee, 36. Reedy, William, 60. Reek, Phyllis, 67. Reene, Wayne, 25. Reeves, Sandra, 54. Rehorn, Clarence, 101,162. Reichow, Ronald, 54. Reid, James P., 17,130. Reid, Jere, 94,161. Reifsteck, William, 98,161. Reinhard, Jack, 54. Reiter, Susan, 104. Remis, Lawrence, 60,146. Rendina, Dorothy, 22. Renfrow, Oscar, 67. Re lo le Calvin 54 P E 1 r - Replogle, Richard, 122,130,133. Rest, Richard Vincent, 133. Rethorst. lames, 94. Reirland, George, 7. Reynolds, Arnold, 79. Rho Chi, 136. Rhodes, Russell, 43. Rice, Bobby, 118,172. Rice, Charlotte, 143,171. Rice, Richard, 94,161. Rice, William Henry, 60. Richardson, Glen, 94,161. Richardson, Larry, 67,223. Richardson, Mary Kay, 73,154, 155. Ridgway, Sharon, 60. Rlepen, Ronald, 112. Rifle Club, 141. Rigby, Vaughn, 98. Rowland, Loy, 116,170. Royall, Norman N., 17. Rubenstein, Connie, 60. Ruble, James, 94. Rubright, 94,161. Rucker, Charles, 67,157. Rucker, Gary, 118,156,170. Rudisoile, Stanley, 89. Rueb, Marlin, 98,161. Runck, Merle, 94,162. Rusk, Nancyelaine, 79,160. Russell, Margaret, 43,14O. Russell, Robert, 17. Russell, Scott, 94. Rutherford, Gerry, 89,137,161. Rutter, Jerry Lynn, 43. Ruwart. John, 43. Ryan, William, 17. Ryerson, Joyce, 43. S Saeger, Albert, 17. Saffir, Arthur, 101,159. Sampson, Lana, 67,132. Sanders, William, 26. Sankpill, Lester, 67. Saper, Marshall, 43, 123, 137,139 Sargent, William, 76,158. Sauer. John, 26. Saunders, Frank, 112. Savelle, Linda, 67. Sawyer, Carl, 26. Scearce, William, 98. Schellhorn, Cope, 54,219. Schelp, John, 94. Schenke, Paul, 54. Scherer, Shirley, 43,131,140. Schmidt, Carol, 67,140,145. Schmidt, Dallas, 67,122,153. Schnider, Marilyn Sue, 111. Schaegler, Richard, 67. Schoeneck, Thomas, 117. Schooley, Hugh, 67. Schroeder, Charles, 118,14O. Schuler, LaLeta, 43. Schultz, Lyle, 60. Schulz, Carl, 214. Schuman, Walter, 98,126,161. Schwab, Paula Ann, 119,140,171. Schwartz, Grace, 160. 140,151,175. Siemens, Rubena, 104. Sigars, Roger, l01,161. Sigler Gene 98161. Sigma' Alpha 'lota', 160. Sigma Beta, 150,15l. Sigma Beta Dance, 210,211. Sigma Tau Delta, 135. Simmons, James, 94,162. Simmons, Reatha, 28,l29. Simmons, Richard, 101,162. Simon, Herbert, 214. ,132, Simon, John Franklin, 101,16l. Simpson, Walter, 55. Singman, Lois, 55. Sjarda, Richard, 68,l40. Skaer, Wilbur, 89,101,161. "Skin of Our Teeth", 216. Skinner, Ronald, 102,164. Slaback, Neva, 109. Slaten, Larry, l02,164. Slater, Carlton, 73,122,130, Slayton, Richard, 113. Sleepy Time Gal, 185. Slonka, Robert, 73. Slyten, Dan, 168. Smarr, Geraldine, 60. Smith, Smith, Ardeena, 216. Barbara, 60,160. Smith, Barbara J. , 80,140, Smith, Dalton, 55,14O. Smith, Francis, 119,128,129 155,l71. Smith, George, 214. Smith, Hamilton, 44. Smith, Ivan, 98,161. Smith, James, 82. Smith, Janice, 105. Smith, Joseph, 102. Smith, Karen, 104. Smith, Margaret, 68. Smith Norman 98. Smith: Richaraf 102,162. Smith Richard W, 60, Smith: Robert, 68.' Smith, Robert L. , 68. Smith, Robert V., 114,168. Smith T. Donald 44. 158. , 140, Smith: Wallace, 89,161, 175. c, Walter, 73. Schwartz, Michael, 60. Schwartz, Norman, 26. Scofield, Carleton, 10. Scoggin, Linda, 54,155. Scorse, Sidney, 82. Scott, Charles, 55,l30. Scott, Henry, 18. Scott, Nancy, 67,144,216. Scott . Scott, Paul, 32, 136,170. Sam, 17. Riley, Deanna, 54,122,l29,145, 150 151 Riley, Kenneth, 98. Riley, Robert, 17. Riley, Ronald, 101. Ring, Robert, 114. Ringer, Ralph, 54. Rist, Richard, 76. Roberts, Carolyn, 105,151. Roberts, David, 94,162. Robertson, Charles, 98,161. Robertson, Mary, 80,160. Robinson, Hamilton, 23. Robinson, William, 43, 122, 130, 175,177,206,230. Rocha, Victor, 114. Roe, Lorene, 25. Roehr, Mike, 60. Rogers, Candler, 30,23O. Rogers, Charles, 94,161. Rogers, Donald, 89.162, Rogers, Donna, 43,140. Rogers, Garth, 54. Rogers, Richard, 80,159. Roldmer, Clarence, 167. Rose, William, 101. Rosen, Edgar, 18. Rosenthal, Robert, 67. Rosnlk. John, 94,162. Scurlock. John, 30. Sears, Richard, 44,139,l40. Seifert, Ronald, 60. Selden, Karen, 55,155. Selden, Sharen, 55,154,155. Seldenraad, Carl, 73. Seo, Byung, 44. Serafln, Raymond, 55. Sexton, Betsy, 55,133. Sexton, Suzanne, 109. Shacklett, Kent, 98,124,126. "Shadow and Substance", 215. Shaffer, Glenda, 67. Shanahan, Sally Anne, 67. Shartzer, Mike Ellis, 68. Shatto, Phillip, 55. Shatz, Sol, 44. Shaver, Thomas, 44. Sheldon, Jefferey, 60,132. Shemark, Kenneth, 76,145,156, 157. Shemwell, Gary, 98,161. Sherard, Harold, 98,161. Sherer, Arlene, 44. Sherer, Stuart, 68. Sherwood, Larry, 44. Shields, Michael, 44,156,157. Shilling, Bonnie, 60. Shipwreck Dance, 209. 241 Smooha, Eliahou, 73. Sno-Ball, 190,191. Sno-Ball Queen, 192. Snyder, Harry, 44. Snyder, Sandford, 60. Sobalvarro, Estuardo, 148. Sola, Matthew, 68. Soldanels, Karol, 105. Sollner, William, 215. Solomon, Darlene, 55. Solovitchik, Samson, 17. Somers, James, 68. Sommer, Francis, 102,l62. Sosland, Rheta, 7. Sowell, Alice, 109,139,140. Sowers, Larry, 68. Spalding, Katherine, 160. Spalitto, Anthony, 118,170. Spalitto, Louise, 143. Sparks, Ben, 94,162. Sparks, Frances, 22. Speakman, Sharon, 68,155,2 Spear, Ernest, 68,140. Speca, John, 30,167. Speer, Hugh, 27. Spence, Pete, 164. Spencer, Dean, 94,l6l,16'2. Spencer, James, 78,1'34,159. Spencer, Roger, 90. Spencer, Sandra, 68. Spoor, Judith, 55,l34. Spoor, Michael, 44. Spotrs, James, 45,139,151 Spradley, John, 60. Spriester, Fred, 68. Springer, Gary, 68. Spurlln, Robert, 102,161. Staab, 95.161, Stahl, Ray Charles, 68. Standifer, James, 98-,1R4. Stanley, Mike, 60, Stansbarger, Gloria, 109. Stark, Lida, 114. Stauffer, Truman, 45. Steeps, Sandra, 68,128,155 Steffee, Terry Lee, 68,141. Stein, Herbert, 60. Steinhauer, Peter, 95,16-1. Sreinhoff, Toni, 214. Stem, Richard, 7. Stevens C. J., 215. . Stewart, Stewart, Stew art Stewart Helen, 79. Jack, 113,167. , James Leonard, 68. . James William, 61. Stewart, Jerry, 68. Stewart, Janell, 106. Stewart, Robert, 55. Stewart, Vicki, 111. Stinson, Patricia, 68. Stoia, Eugen, 22. Stone, Keith, 119,172. Stone, Raymond G., 18. Storm, Thomas, 98,161. Strack, Strada, Robert, 95,161. Samuel, 119, 140, 170. Stricca, Mario, 98,164. Strnad, Jardon, 90,137,161 Stromberg, Carleen, 106. Strong, Judy, 143. Stroud, Herschel, 90,122,112-4,137 161. Strouse, Ronald, 90,16LZ,l63. Stuart, A. S., 35,l64. Stuart, Linda, 214. Stucker, Kathleen, 104. Student Bar Wives, 143. Studer, Richard, 68. Stufflebarn, Joan, 68. Stumph, Joleen, 55. Stutzman, Thomas, 68. Sudduth, Edward, 45. Sufilecool, Evelyn, 117,136,1-40, Sunter, Robert, 82. Sutherland, Dean, 45. Swaffar, J. L., 45,139. Swank, Allen, 45. Swartzlander, Joan, 68. Sweeney, James, 95. Sweeney, L. J., 11. Swengel, Charles, 45. Swisher, Jon, 118,l70. Sybrant, Roger, 102. T Tagllaferri, Gus, 98,161. Talbott, Thomas, 55,122,123, 14O,157. Talent Show, 183. Talge. Foster, 45. Tallman, Janey, 68. Tanke, Dale, 68. Tannehlll, Jim, 61. Tanner, Edward, 7. Tassler, 45. Tau Kappa Epsilon, 156,157. Taylor, Arthur, 45. Taylor, Gwendolyn, 68,131. Taylor, Jack, 90,l61. Taylor, James, 68. Taylor, Mary, 68. Taylor, Sylvester, 79. Teachers Now Training, 134. Teague, Karlecn, 106. Teall, Gordon, 45. Tebow, Bill, Sl. Teiwes, Manfred, 68,157. Teraoka, Harry, 95. Terry, Brooks, 74,123,158 Tewls, Robert, 136, Thacker, Joseph, 157. Tharp, Thlelke Jim, 55,l75. , Lawrence, 98,16-5. Thomas, Albert, 74,lLI2,lLI3,l5F. Thomas, Beverly, 68, 128, 151,226 Thomas, C. Y., 7. Thomas, Carol, 45, l3l,138,l39. Thomas, Jane, 178. Thomas, Jolln, 711. Thomas, Larry, 214. Thomas, Natalie, 26. Thomas, Spencer, 74,153 Thompson, Becky, 751,14-3,lC0, 214. Thomps on, Dale, 7. Thompson Don, 20,125,137,162. Thompson, Gene, 76. Thompson, Norman, 95,164. Thompson, Richard, 74. Thomsen, Jerry, 95. Thomson, Milton, 69. Thoren, Marc, 46. Thorne, Gayne, 95,162 Thorud, Randinne, 80,1-44,1-49, 155,160,1S8. Tillery, James, l0L:,l61. Tilley, Robert, 98,16-L Timmons. Diana, 55. Tlshk, Harry, 119,172. Titus, Gerald, 69. TKE Sweetheart, 213. Todd, Ed, 69. Tognascioli, Carolyn, l10,140. Tomasic, Nicholas, 114. Toombs, Dennis, 69,157. Torch and Scroll, 139. Tourtillott, Ramon, 114. Towle, Rose, 69. Toyne, Larry, 69. Tracy, Sandra, 55,l30,l50,151, 174. Travalent, Louis, 69.157, Travis, Jeris, 104. Tressler, Jeanmarie, 80. Trigg, Norman, 217. Truly, Robert E., 90,161. Trummel , Clarence, 102, 124.126, 164. Trump, Richard, 69. Trussel, Richard, 95,162. Tunden, Novella. 69. Tunks, Don, l124,125,l62. Turner, Ida, 166. Turner, James, 46,139. Tuttle, Warren, 136, Twyman, Kent, 55,l40. Tygert, Thomas, 90. VanBiber, Tommy, 61. VanBlaircun, James, 90,161. Van Camp, Leonard, 22. Vanderhoof, R. H., 61. Van Duersen, Hardin, 22. Van Gilder, W. W., 74. Van Horn, Nancy, 111, Vanzant, David, 69,14O. Vardyan, Joseph, 76. Vaughan, Beverly, 55,155. Vaughan, O. B., 82. Veatch, N. T., 7. Venable, William, 167. Ventimiglia, Charles, 69,157. Verhulst, Mark, 69,130,223. Vermillion, Elbert, 22. Vermillion, Sue, 160. Vernon, Jerry, 69, 157. Vierthaler, Anton, 102. Vincent, Jack, 102,16-4. Vincent, Ronald, 102,164. Vinduska, Eugene, 90. Vogel, Edward, 46. Vogel, Margaret, 139, Vogt, Gordon, 61, Vold, Earl, 61,132. Volderg, Karl, 102. VonErdmannsdorff, Max, 112. Von Warnbtodt, Stan, 214. Vorce, Robert, 56,156,157. W Wacknov, Gerald, 46. Wade, Edward, 61. Wade, Leland, 9B,16l. Wagner, Eugene, 102. Wagner, JO Ellen, 118,171. Wagner, Mickey. 95,161. Wagner, Myron, 18. Wagner, Vicky Lynn, 69,l40. Wagner Walter 18. Wainwright, Laiirin, 102,161. U Uhlig, Robert, l12,136. UKC Players, 144,216. UKC Relays, 1:20. UKC Relays Oueen, 2121. Ulman, Harry, 82. Underwood, George, 118. University Dames, 142. University News Staff, 176, 177. llntrif, Rhoda, 46. Urban, Hannelore, 55. Waitrnan, Robert, 95, 162. Walker, Eveluene, 139. Walker, James, 69. Walker, J. Morton, 17,216. Walker, JoAnne, 69. walker, Norman, 46. Walker, Richard, 98. Walker, Shirley, 69,128,134,155. Wallace, Albert, 46,123. Wallace, Celesti, 69. Waller, Robert, 90,16l. INDEX Walsh, James J., 136. Walter, Benny, 98. Walter, John, 69. Walters, Lawana, 217. Walters, Sandra, 46. Wolthall, Charles, 26. Wamsley, Howard, 102,161. Waneka, Gerald, 98,l61. Ward, Fred, 80. Ward, Joan, 143. Ward, Judy, 110. Ward, Robert, 113,l68. Ward, Shirl W. , 90. Ware, Harry G. , 56. Waring, Richard, 17. Warner, Benjamin, 26. Warnock, Saundra, 104. Warshay, Leon, 18. wary, Jo Ellen, 104. Wasserman, Charles, 56. Waters, Michael, 114. Waters, Rita, 46. David, 69. James, 69. Watson, Watson, Weakley, Robert, 102. Weatherly, Sarah, 13. Weaver, Bill, 214,215. Weaver, Joe, 95,164. Weaver, Kyle, 69,153. Weber, Donald, 102. Weddle, Rex, 61,15f3. Weinstein, Donald, '74,139,146. Weisman, Mel, 168. Welch, Karen, 69. Wells, Jack, 26,230. Wells, Richard, 98,161. WemD6. Jerry, 95,l61. Werking, Donald, 95,162. Wesley, james, 69. West, Bob, 95. West, Callie, 56. Westerman, Edwin, 15,17. Weston, Darwin, 69,134,157. Weth, Fred, 102. Wetherill, Richard, 56,122,133, 139. Weyh, Fred, 161. Whaley, William, 69. Wharton, Sarah, 118,171. Wheatley, Carolyn, 61. Whitacre, Michael, 69. Whitaker, David, 69. Whltcomb, Charles, 61. white, Edward, 167. C 242 White, Helen, 17. White, Michael, 69. White, Michael T., 56. Whitehead, James, 90,164. Whittaker, Gary, 46. Whittaker, Judity, 114. Whittaker, Charles, 7. Whitter, J. B., 162. Wiennecke, Louis, 102,164. Wiens, Ernest, 95. Wienshienk, 46. Wienshienk, Roselynne, 56,134. Wilhelm, Robert, 98,161. Wilhoit, Patricia Ann, 111,128, 14O,155. Wilkins, Fred, 114,122, 127, 133, 137,15G. Wilkinson, Jarel, 116,172. Wilkinson, Marilyn, 143. Wilkinson, Patricia, 69,128,151. Willard, Larry, 69. Willey, Phillip, 95,162. Willhite. Robert, 74,158. Williams, Brian, 99. Williams, Don, 28. Williams, Everett, 99. Williams, Francis, 95. Williams, Frank, 56. Williams, Hazel, 2B. Williams, John, 117. Williams, Mry, '79,145,14'7,160. Williams, Parke, 69.141, Williams, Patricia, 46,122,l23, 133,13B,15l,230. Williams, R. H., 164. Williams. Terry, 95,162. Williams, Wade, 69. Williams, Walter, 61. Williams, Wilford, 99. Williams, William, 61. Williamson, Charles, 26. Williamson, James, 76. Williamson, Sharon, 69,128,129, 140. Willits, Nea, 143. Willits Lyle, 32,136,230. Wilson Dan, 90. Wilson Martha, 106. Wilson Wilson Wilson Raymond, 47. Saundra, 80,140,160. Tim 119 170. Wimmer, Melvin,'102,164. winn, Beiva, 69,131,14O,147. Winakur, Stuart, 70,216. Winslow, William, 116. Wipf, Vaughan, 102,162. Wisdom, George, 70. Wise, Lawrence, 102. Withers, Kathleen, 61. Witschner, Barry, 70,14-4,214,216 Witt, Donald, 114. Wolf, Ronald, 82. Woltemade, Uwe, 47,122,123. Womack, W. Randal, 99,126,162. Womens Recreation Association, 129. Wommack, Joan, 78,l60. Wong, Weldon, 99. Wood, Frederick, 56. Wood, Robert, 99. Woodhead, David, 99. Woodley, Janet, 70,l47. Woods, Pamela, 70. Worsely, Richard, 113. Woulfe, Eleanor, 70,128,134,155. Wray, Sydney, 99. Wrenn, Thomas, 70. Wright, Forrest, 96. Wright, Walter, 20. Wuthnow, R. D., 90. Wyatt, Edwin, 70. Wyatt, Harold, 47. Wyly, William, 77. X Xi Psi Phi, 161. Y Yamamato, Roy, 102. Yates, Marcia, 70. Young. James, 70. Young Republicans, 130. 70,223. 99,161. 61. Young, Richard, Young, Stephen, Younger, Ralph, Z Ziegler, Robert, 47. Zimmer, James, 47,214,215,216. Zolotor, Laurence, 70. Zook, Robert, 70. Zuk, Jeanne, 110,127,129,134, 150,151. Zukel, Larry, 168. Zulian, Lillian, 110. Zuriub, Wael, 12B,216. Zurovsky, 61,146. Zwetow, Mata, 56,216. 60 Years in Business . , and still quick on Z the draw! Fastest W Service in the Middlewx est E. L. MENDENHALL, INC- I Law Briel Printers Since IBPB 0 PHONE HA. 14030 " nos omt sr. - KANsAs cm, Mo. .. 41"- - I Q . 'ef--unset-Vg., 'gp 1' " Y.,,n-c-- -2 1. sa..-'sag . . f ?""'?'- . ' . 2 .. -,',..ef , ,. ,.e,.,,e. - ,4 9.1-,,--Lf -v- . 1 no ,., - A .-I' - Q -rv T ,r 9 2, ..,. " 1. - f- X . ' 'Z , . Las' .,T..1f-'-":t'!t- ,ff-L- p ., ,owe-e .,5f......-,5j f ,, , .. N JI w I -yn .Lf -gee.. ... - i ,.., '-1 ' r r JW4 ,p A 'I' A ... 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