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Mr. Eggers repeating, 'cSociology is that science in which" . . . pledges reciting the Greek alphabet . . . posters boasting the queen candidates for Sno-Ball . . . thumbtacked test results everywhere . . . a building of pride, prominence, and perpetual stateliness, this is Haag Hall. GARTER SNAPPING is a familiar subiecT To Those sTudenTs of Dr. Royall who spend Their lecture periods in Room -W 4farfr-s H7 Haag Hall. ,..- , - X 'Y fy k lx 7 , I I ' w 1 4 7 3 7 5 Z 7 1 2 4 z 2 v z l I I 5 s J CHEMISTRY-BIOLOGY BUlLD!NG Bob Fain adiusfs his microscope before examining The works of his watch To find out why if doesn'T Tick. Microscopes and bunsen burners find ample usage during a Bacteriology lab session. fn 11 f 47 MQ X M 1 V A4 f fa! 9101 5 X A U f 4 K., Vg? -Q , W X fr ,, 5 my ., f gv 7 Q 3 ,4 I' "1 fb A AV YZ 4 s fre X :Q ' we he HS DI'- all- GI' 3 Q Mm Wa On Y 'Nha X X X fffmw, Vwwb--v . 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W y , VA ML ,it yyy. yyyyy y y W i a wi i Q i . ffl y, , W. y . ' .i1H....1J . The Library furnishes a quiet place of refuge d for or research for those who have exams to stu y projects to prepare. inth under the The stacks situated in that labyr 7 main floor to which students are denied admis- sion due to lack of adequate space, contain an ' ' ' h t draw. 2lI'l'121Z11'1g TCS erve of literature on whic o Duana Bean and Ed Kriss take advantage of a bright, sun-shiny Saturday afternoon to do some hea research on those massive term papers VY which always seem to appear with the first signs of spring. 1 f 1 WQW WW? 2292: ig. T71 M Z Af, V, ff Q., ff M MA f 7 mai QZL, if 9 5 T S: sl w fi C w b. p. St .ge search the imis- an draw. of a J some TS st signs THE LIBRARY Smokeyfilled entrance halls . . . card files slammedlin despair . . . worn out dictionaries with rumpled pages . . . students erammmg before finals . . . longing gazes out the tall windows . . . Civil War maps and memories . . . freshmen girls whispering about upper-class boys . . . overdue books quietly slipped in the desk . . . Mrs. Baileyls patient smile at a lonely bookworm . . . a storehouse of filed knowledgeg this is the Library. '.w-7 f ' I X X "'SiucIenTs crammmg before finals. . Wx 2. 3 ,M za ,M 0 my THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING A dimly-lighted lounge . . . typewriters banging out schedules . . . potted plants by the fireplace . . Dr. Westermann's occasional chuckle . . . visitors at the information desk . . . a smooth marble staircase . . . a symbol of college dignity, this is the Administration Building. GARY BELSHE wonders when the new Summer School schedules will be available. REGISTRATION CAN BE A PAIN . . . "Yes, young man, you will have To go back to your faculty advisor for his signature." 19 f4 fl ,V ,4 FX X iffgif P QfU,i"f Q, ,SXVLS 32. 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Heavy books of case studies . . . muffled debating in a corner . . . late nights in the library . . . Dean Lewisas voice rumbling forth from his office . . . an army of dark suits and derby hats . . . a few well-chosen cigars . . . a meeting place for the ambitious and aware . . . this is the University of Kansas City School of Law. 21 M' Joseph Cozad appears ready to accept requests on his guitar. ,nf Jack Ralston, Conservatory Freshman, demonstrates the magnificent sound produced by the Conservatory's proud- est possession-a grand old pipe organ which was the gift of a member of the community. THE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC The Conservatory of Music provides an excellent educational program for all who are interested in the field of music, whether vocal or instru- mental, applied or pedagogy. The fine faculty and facilities have made the Conservatory one of the finest in the country, and students come from all points of the compass to take advantage of its study programs. The Stolz twins, Rita and Ruth, are both Freshmen at the Conservatory. Their specialty is twin-piano duets. 14, -fif.fJ.'l . , ,,few1:pg,. ' N aw ' el, A A.. i H , PU-Q1 ,M 15 . , ,L.W:NA-44g5gfn-+L. ,V-4 . ffm ' .4 -,'1.fgn. hgh: N. , ,. wg, ' y -' TE .. -JZ v '."',,-m-1' . V - 11, ,::,5",'fg:j:.':- f 'jf, .Hj1 N Y' ' , .--H 'f ,- X , . Q A " fray? gr-1-gn V. 4214- ':,f:,-g-1-,,1a.2s . f -' ' 11 W' FEL.:-f'2E:5E','-I-'I' " '. ".:':f:"' '1Z"1?1 iii".,I31?"":3-:T-'7'f1I--'V5 V 'E' VI: ,: ,. 'FW' 4, lnfigiiffi vii'5:32iI'25259'ifif-:1a1'qIf'E::.9:24359"'12.v" i,g.,,,', V, W ,. 5 4 f- 4, I "V 1' , ' : I 'fq1.iiw":bf ffJ,. 1, , , 11 1' , f , Y, , - .,..v 1 U1 V , , J .s X X ,wswsW,,WWvwn-swa , t. Crumpled gym clothes thrown in a locker a janitor o enin th k' . . . p g e Crea ing windows . . . shouts from the shower rooms . . . black silhouettes reflected on the studio mirror . . . Mr. Reid callin "Kee ,, . . . . g P your head down . . . tumbling mats and trampolines . . . a once-crowded dance audit a b .1 d. Q f . . . . . orium . . . ui ing or sportsmanship, this IS the S winney Gymnasium. 24 M, I f I ca Q0 .-7 6 4 'f Q v' 5' Z , ,L sf. Rl Th A Te Ll S1 C re R n M----....,, RIGHT: PAT SHANNON drives home a long jump shot for the intercollegiate basketball club. ABOVE: Jim Eisenbrandt, member of the badminton team, serves a really wicked birdie. LEFT: Clay Fitch, member ot the tennis team, demon- strates his fine torehand to awed basketball players. CENTER: Denny Vold exhibits his somewhat unorthodox return. RIGHT: Okay, you guys, you can throw it back down now! 1 Z f, f yy 4 ,,,,,1L,W W ,X f ff- 'fi f W ' f :ff , ,yr - T i 2 T' ws: ' 1, iii if fraf f,,", f M , at , y ffi' ,' fzfegf"f ff. X. 'few yy ff ,ff , 1 A ti f-2 111-zfif-'M' "ff - '4 H Wffw' ff ,, ,f ,W ff-wfffw f 41 4 'Q , 4! ' fr f H , - af Wh 22 ' ff 1 4 ., ,,.-,., ,i'- ,, ffl, .,f,,.... ff? A .iff Q. f ,,'fr,.4f 1 li t- ' Z i2 ,- fifty? L a My ' ,' ' Wf , ff," 2 f g 1,11 MH Q, n,,,,,,J ,V fy Y , 1 4 5 Q gf! f ,if i -wfrwf., , f iff f Mfr ' 4 ' C"-'71""f' 3 E52Z94'f2ff ' if ,f ' "' 4,'f?VZA'fj" -' 9' 7 , W4 ff -, 1 ,rw f" ' h' g f ' , H5 'IL 'fwww -' H ,-4 2 ff 'ff' ,f f f W Wff-MM im- f f Z , ' ' ff , Mfr T it T :www f Vfre :W .. 7 01" ll ff 1.47, - fff Z , ' at g iff , I I DALLAS ZIEGENHORN Takes Time our To read The funnies before his morning Trudge TO class. ABOVE: Mrs. Keeler, one of The head residents at The Dorm. lThe boys lined up for mail call are Rick Shore, Bob Prather and Shelly DambroT.D LEFT: Mrs. Dingle searches The morning's delivery for a word from home for Al Pavlish. K, ,Lx fu. A 'w UNIVERSITY RESIDENCE HALL Nodding heads over book-filled desks . . names echoing over the intercom . . . perfume floating down from fourth floor . . . quick kisses on the stairway at 12:59 Friday and Saturday night . . . welded air vents . . . letters from the girl back home . . . "Man on the floor I" . . . a building of fun and frustration-the Residence Hall. STUDY TIME is any Tirne in The Residence Hall. Bob Luetlce- meyer, Bill lsenhour, and Martin Schaefer burn midnight oil over a knolty lno cloubtl problem. 27 ! Q . , N-f.. Q, t ,i f-lf KV ,,.,,4f . ,rf fi f 'I f , , 3 f . f If A X ! V , f I f 5 V A 4 ,, 5 I! if , If 1 IX :ff , I Z ,, f A x , I A my Wg yi ' X, 5 ' Q f X R , y if Z i if ff I 1 ufifrfff ff 'S I ,f ,f S f , , f f fp ' f jf 1 , f f 1 f if 1 if 1 f ' I' In fr ' ,wwf Lf' W Q 5 l l 1 li l i l is l I w 1 l z 5 5 , 5 5 Z t Wm - fl also ff i ,f if Mffffafw WM , 0 7 f jffr XM, I A fn QW 5, ,, f farm fm, , , fy! I , My , "vs, in X fff, W- ff fy ,,,. M, , "I'pj'Ww' 'fm 'V 0 f'm'7f'f4 , ' A guy, f f , f , 0 ffffi 1 M if 1,72 ' wmv! ,f 4 w 4' W W 210 ' 'Vw ' ft X ,f mf, M ', 4V,"aMf'wJ V 1, ip i 4' A, ff , ' A ,,,. , M, ff n .wif 4 W' 7 f-., ,ff . I f -4, , Rf , , , I ' W., M, 9 ' "M"-if ffl g W, y if A, X , .X C 1 3 R EPPERSON HOUSE Beautifully carved interior . . . empty coffee cups . . . a slippery driveway to a slippery park- ing lot . . . sticky fingers in the Arts and Crafts workshop . . . bewildered students leaving Dr. A Levit's class . . . Teacheris Now Training . . . . . progressive education's pros and cons . . a building full of ideas . . . this is Epperson House. X 'AM flu I , J ? Ak V, ' + -7 wg, ,A , MN, , , ,,, f M -Qf"1:"jf 4 f Q . , J 41 I ,. , iz .V ,, M, I W ' . 'Mig A ' IA' ' ' :Ku ,..- 's ff, ,nv ,J Y, ,Vx V s f.n E.. , -c .j B if? "' 'r 'W is. if--,, P 'af' AA , ,r ef ,fi .FLW 1. ' Z' , "J tx 'Q 29 4 V' i ,, K1 22: in BQ: ,. ' . 'k,. All work must stop Temporarily to read the latest cartoons on the wall. The office staff works on the Education School division of the student directory. The steps at Epperson House provide a quiet- place for the Kangaroo editor to contemplate the work still undone. .-H-0""V may dr M , ,V 4 Q 7 V' ,D A 0 ,W fs W, f M, fa Wx 'R 'N wr was wut K A 1 Z 5 V fl , , , , , , . A. 1 A 4. Q if an 9 a f N' Qwxwwwxwwx, 04 9 we-9 NSQBESNWAWXX KN W X820 X gfv ,f Qf f I if , , if X X Z f fa' fvwf, A 5 W W ,E 7 X ,4 . was , 5 Y M , f ffnf 1 f ? L "Z "-H52 " gf? 47223, 1 JU z, 4 ff 0 W 4 . W , ,. gl . , ,www MW 1 3 f 4,554 ,ff l D '52 gwf, :IV l ig! , 1 ,Q Q, " r U2 fi ,, . dwg Q K ,f A "Listen, fellow, for 52.00 you can at least check to see that it's flat with your T-square." DENTAL STUDENTS find many forms of relaxation to pass the time between Herbie's lectures. PAT WILKINSON explains the finer points of oil painting to fascinated onlookers Rick Nash, Beverly Gamber, and Tom Talbott. I . '- - . 21" ... .2 -. .,, , A , P , ,Aff , f wwf A , 7 Y M Mwwma vhwz, , QV!! 2, W WJ ff W, WW, yffyslvwff I ,, I 4, V ' , f,j1if,.h f f , f 'O ' w f, f fxwf f ,,f z yf A f , f ff flnf if of I J if K I Kg, 31 - 1 I x -, - Opening wide the doors of learning, they seek to mold the student of today into a citizen of tomorrow. The administration and faculty stand guard over that which separates the slave mind from the free-the privilege of the search for knowledge. ADMINISTRATION AN D FACULTY . 'I Q 4 ? -Q , Q , I , , 1 During this academic year, the Board of Trustees continued their fine work of guiding the future of the University. Under the leadership of Chairman John A. Morgan, the Board alleviated an extreme financial crisis and, together with the Deans of the separate schools, formulated a workable 1962 budget for the University. A great debt of gratitude is owed for the dedi- cated work of these men. Qt' "ni WNW? 953 4 s f, ww A . .J .. .,,,.,j agp "f.g?"'X-ff""f fs... ,.- its Sl' ,,,, klfillvxgt iff! 5 if .5 We fs. w QQXW 5' 1 .9 rf E 'Nia - . wa.-lr' lf '34,274"5 f ,V g R. Ng yah, i fl -ig , is N N em L. To R., Myron Ellison, John A. Morgan and Dr. Carleton Scofield confer during a meeting of the Board of Trustees. 35 DR. CARLETON F. SCOFIELD ACTING PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY The current year has seen an exciting and grati- fying change in the tempo of life on our University campus. This has been reflected in increased activity among the students and the faculty in both social and intellectual pursuits. Equally gratifying has been the change in the climate of opinion of the University in the community. For the first time in its history the University seems to have caught the imagination and the interest of the citizenry of Kansas City. Undoubtedly, the opening of the University Center and of Pierson Hall has contributed substantially to these changes. The availability of such splendid facilities has stimulated a high quality of leadership in those administratively responsible for activity programming and in the students themselves. The University faces many problems, the financial one not the least of them, but in our Deans and Directors, our Faculties, our Students, and in the quality of our educational program lie all the ingredients of greatness. This potential must be realized, I am convinced it will be. Of the students in all divisions of the University I am very proud-proud of their capacity for work and for play, of the maturity of their interests and their behavior, of their patience in the face of frustration, of their leadership in many facets of our University community, of their loyalty to the University of Kansas City. DR. SCOFIELD has an able assistant in Mrs. Louise Bailey, his secretary and "Girl Friday." 1 QQ WS 2, DR. WHEADON BLOCH DEAN OF STUDENTS BERNDT KOLKER VICE-PRESIDENT FOR DEVELOPMENT 10"- IQQ ww-I ww .-4F f 9:2091 l' E 1 : . 1 I 'l rt 2 5 t it e n h tt f ici 'i 'r ' 1 5:1 BARBARA ASHTON Actrng Drrector of Contrnurng Educatron DR KENNETH LA BUDDE Drrector of The Lrbrury LEO J SWEENEY Drrector of Admrssrons und Records MR. CHARLES LINN, Business Manager MR. ROBERT HANDY, Director of University Center Yes, Winifred, the U-NEWS shall reign and prosper in the face of any and all opposition! B4 VN ra D cz D D 1 I 2 I Before coming to the University in 1946, Dean Westermann taught at the University of Colo- rado. In 1950, he became Chairman of the History Department and has continued to act in that capacity. Having served for a year as Acting Dean of Arts and Sciences, he was appointed Dean in 1961. Mrs. Frieda E. Bridgeman Instructor Speech 3 ls EDWIN J. WESTERMANN, DEAN SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Dr. Wallace C. Brown Professor Enghsh 11' 7sQv" E. ,J .,js2fe"h' ', - , pg' gy 693: F '. Dr. Harold C. Burdick Professor Biology and Physiology 47 V gf ,fgf""-7 ffl W fl' 4 J ,QW 2 , x, V: we ,f f' ... . ,. go, . f , , , ...x Z, Iva? C f 7,131 Dr. Alexander P. Cappon Dr. William I. Crain Professor Professor English French language and Literature 1 M-"""' 41 l X it he l x f f Z . i Z f W! 1, in ,mwfzjjff ff , ss. ff ,f f , W- ml ff Dr. John G. L. Dowgray Dr. Bernard Dulsey Mr, Oscar Eggers UI'-.GSOTQB Ehflifh Associate Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor ASSISTGHT Pf0fESSOf History Spanish SOCIOIOQY An Dr. Robert M. Farnsworth Dr. Morton Goldman Col. Wickliffe Hendry Dr. Marathon E. High Associate Professor Chairman Associate Professor and Chairman Professor and Chairman English Psychology Department General Engineering Physics Department Dr. Roma A. King Dr. Howard V. Leslie Irving Levitas Dr. Solomon E. Levy Chairman Associate Professor Lecturer Associate Professor English Department History and Government World Literature and Philosophy Philosophy X QM .1-1 ei' ,- My 2 .,J Dr. Patricia Mcllrath Mr. Frederick R. McLeod Mr. 0. Boyd Mathias Miss Renata W. Meyer Chairman Assistant Professor Instructor Assistant Professor Speech Department English Mathematics German X WW fir fs ia A ,ff Z0 WQMM-,eff Q ,, A ffff, 1, 2 ff' Y ! R .,cs f of . f Q Dr. Sidney E. Ekblaw Professor Geology and Geography ,f ffffyfl 'fmfff, , V, I 70 'fffff " ' Dr. John R. Hodges Professor and Chairman Economics Department , , , 5' sf 4 es' V4 s F c.,s 4 f Dr. Richard Lichtman Assistant Professor Philosophy Dr. Frank Millich Assistant Professor Chemistry Dr. William W. Milstead Associate Professor Biology Dr. Eldon J. Parizek Associate Professor Geology and Geography Mr. Durward A. Redd Instructor Speech Mr. James P. Reid Assistant Professor Health and Physical Education Mr. Robert I. Riley Instructor General Engineering Dr. Robert J. Russell Assistant Professor Biology Dr. William M. Ryan Associate Professor English Mr. Sam S. Scott lecturer Speech Miss Reatha M. Simmons Instructor Women's Physical Education Dr. Samson Soloveitchik Professor International Relations Mr. I. Morton Walker Assistant Professor Theater Mr. Richard Waring Instructor Physics JOHN C. CHITWOOD Assistant Professor Economics and Transportation PAUL A. CHRISTIANSEN Assistant Professor Accounting REVERDY T. GLIDDON Professor Management and Publ EDWARD LUCKING Assistant Professor Personnel and Management ROBERT RAFFERTY Assistant Professor Business WALTER WRIGHT Assistant Professor Marketing wg., -. 1" C Dr. William C. Frederick, Dean School of Business Administration Dr. William C. Frederick, Dean of the School of Business Administration, joined the faculty of the University in 1958. He holds the degrees of Doctor of Philosophy in Economics and Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the Uni- versity of Texas. Dr. Frederick has served on the faculties of the University of Texas, the University of Florida, and the University of Tampa. He has served asa private consultant on problems of municipal and regional planning, public utility regulations, and management. L. to R., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Montgomery, Marvin Bright, and Professor Paul Christiansen solve the marketing and distribution problems ofthe world at "The Ticker Tape Ball". 'mt D ,- Al. s mx we it 3 sg , Mrs Joanne J Baker Dr. Francis X. Buebendorf Mr. Walter E. Cook Mr. Stanley Deacon Dr. Everett Hendricks Assistant Professor Professor Associate Professor Professor Emeritus Professor Music Music Music Music Music f. .,.,4kbMvPf-5-nwpw n llllllw r ...... ....... W V' gi , t Y if 1 t . fi :iii ' .wt 1' . , asf. , ,er-' .V ' ..-A G", by A 1 Qqw 9, 'tt i ' .'xQ'x,x! ,sa mv: , DR. ARC:-me N. Jones, DEAN CONSERVATORY or Music Dr. Jones was appointed Dean of the Conservatory in 1959. Under his direction the music cur- riculum has been extended, and in addition to the professional degrees formerly offered, degrees are now granted on both the Bachelor's and Master's levels. Ronald Brown, iazz pianist, demonstrates his fine talent at the keyboard. 45 Ze f W ,V f ,V X ', , ' V Q W44' ' f,, I I 'fy- lf 7,2 ,f Of 5' .2 f V , af- Vjf ' M Q :ff , , ef, Q4 , f sf 1 ' AQXVJ , 2 K -V ,,V , V- V167 rf 4, -I "4 0 fy f A2157 4, X V ,V 1 , ,yy 1, f V V 1 XV VV, V V V , s ff! V, ,f f X, , f V' f V f V , f 2 f ,V , ,,,, ,,ff Vfhnf, V ,ff Oxofff ffffyf f gf' W ,, 5 fe V, ,f V,,V,VV 3, 'ifwhfi ' X ff!-Zia 77 ,,, 5 .75 ,C ,W-f f ,, ., .V 2' ,Age J X , ,f S - , ,ey X f V V yy 7 X V V,V,4MV , V 'VZVVXQ fa, .VM4,f? ' f ?flfZ X7 ,A L fy X 1 v7 if A f I V fX,,. W e P M, W ff f77fW'f VVV V f ,fs 2 X177 Q15 7 JM ,ffm V.,-My ' Z ff Z if f ZX f V , f, .new f esfehyifx fsU,J'z 4, 47-UV zz, ffelw, W4-V 1 V V as f 5 5 gi, we X X X V Q! 4 V , V, ,, I X s '4,zff,fsV,,'2 , V f 4 , Wye Dr. Wiktor Labunski Professor Emeritus Music . , HY, if ' if ia X2 WV , 4, 7,4 , ,..,- , ,,:4:.x3 , ' v T1 V ,- Jiffy ' a.:e 1,, .,, , X f 'ff ff sf! P, 2, ge, , ffyy., Av. ,7 Lp,-' , I Q V -9 , X , 0 4,9 V , , f 4 f , f ' f cf X f VV XV wc, X f ' , , M, V . , V, X K, X V ,K , , if 1 fffffmfff fmygfffm f My f, ,iff f f f Z fy ff zff efy f ,V f f f V I ff -'y'4,?S'.' V, gf! 7 Wf ZW, 5.., , . L .V 7 Mr. Joseph V. Loderoute Professor Music cf, -3 , , ff , , , , X , , A f f W f Z, , ! ,f Z I W 5 X4 I fi f 4 X jf f , srrr, V V , 1, WY" , V 0 ff' w -ir VN ' UV V1 ,.,2,,if My f V M4 V: , " 7 C -if- ff , 4074 , f C036 , VV ,V-,WV V,, , fff y VV fd X , , Xf. M s ffyfd fm, Vw! Vff ' 5 ?x!f Xa' , rf , s ,2 " if Mr. Eugene Stoiu Assistant Professor Music Mr. Hardin Von Derusen Associate Professor Music ond Voice , 46 You missed a note, Walt! VV ' 21 'L it C r'+f5UJ mwmwmwem 4 . an 4' -, . , fr ff '13 W ..LQ4',Q ,lie 5 f wg .Q DR. HUGH W. SPEER, DEAN SCHOOL or EDUCATION Dr. Speer came to the University in 1945 with an extensive background of experiences in the field of Education. He was appointed head of the Department of Education at the University in 1948, and has been Dean of the School of Education since its organization as a separate division in 1954. Under his capable direction this school has enlarged and expanded and now offers Master's and Doctor's degrees as well as the Bachelor's. Mr. Russell Annis Assistant Professor Education W 'Y' Dr. Hazel B. Williams I Associate Professor jf Education "W ' Vvr. " 1 1 -f .... ' Dr. Don G. Williams - A is - .. ff Director fy Audio-Visual Education '-P- Mr. James Masters instructor Education Dr. Mary Lee Marksberry Associate Professor Education Dr. Martin Levit Professor Education Miss Margaret Dudley Mr. David Gliessman Miss Jane Hadden i. Associate Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor pf Education Education Education 1 ' l if X' " M 'Us' '. ,if ' 4 .V . 4 'W K . if . - 1, ' ,a 47 DR. HAMILTON B. G. ROBINSON DEAN, SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY .,-f.,f 4., U W, J.-4 1.2.1- A, f Y 4 V3.5 ,W fm Dr. Robert E. Allen Dr. Claude R. Boker Dr. Frunris M. Culmes MIS, Viala D, Flanagan Professor Professor Professor Aggofiute Prafeggar Orul Surgery Dentistry Dentistry Danfigfry O X ...Owe -' - eg:-:fs-e, .31 ,sfiw fxf f 'XP - gwm.- -R N, sf ,ff ,wx X is ss 4 F' , -P., .b X X Q 1 fwxeet-syfsesesas, Xa., sf Ms . P V O . M.. ,.e,X,,,sc,SmMe ...ww A f- w .ps L 48 , . . MMM , ,, ,: ':g2gfw e,,,e,. . QZFQ 4 if il 3 --V l . "P' X fi T54 iii I ' g f .1 . ,ff fgif Dr. Bernurd K. Forscher Professor Biochemistry X I i YQ X s iw X dx 0 'gSfQf,S1. -f-W fx X ' fSQXZ5 2721" ' r 'rim S N P we .s .A - A : p w . f iff " " f f ,V I 5 A 2 ,f J.. sg i A X his E W s if 5 4 , an . I . y Dr. Allen 0. Gruebbel Dr. Wayne l. Harvey Dr. James E. Herbertson Dr. Arthur E. Iverson Dr. Philip M. Jones Assistant Dean Assistant Professor Professor Associate Professor Professor Dentistry Dentistry Dentistry Dentistry Dr. Henrik A. Knudsen Dr. William lefkowitz Dr. Henry D. Musselman Dr. Wayne L. Reeve Mrs. lorene Roe lnStrUCt0r Professor Administrative Assistant Associate Professor Assistant Professor Dentistry Dentistry to Dean Robinson Dentistry Dental Hygiene .a f 1 1 fi f X ss.. jgffff f f ff! Q s ,, Vx! Q , 3 Xi, f My 1 1 , , 5 'V V ' ef Y . 2 llef px V ' fffms ku 6 if -A 1' ,Q A 1 7' KX- Ll .-5, '1- X gf 4. l if Dr. Van Blaircum and classmates examine a full-head x-ray in roentgenology lab. Dr. Joe Weaver makes a cavity prep on the Main Clinic floor. 49 F it be a is E , I g S gr i ti. Dave Roberts finds that it takes time and patience to t ready a denture for final fitting. i L li 5 s' i, l r l i ' sl 5 l li , il , fl, r, i l i i 4 li A re i it 4 ls l l 3 1 Wy. i my i igwli , ,y, Nl t r 4 i .V f l 7 Dr. Genevieve Roth Dr, William E. Sanders Dr. John L Sauer, J S' y Associate Professor Assistant Professor Instructor l t Dentistry Dentistry Dentistry An example of UKC's painless dentistry! Dr. Carl W. Sawyer Professor Dentistry - ..., I A a,sf S 4 gg ii? M , - V. ,WW i Q f 2 Q ii Afsffyf- , iffriffff ' is Q gt f IQ' ff? as l X l 50 l P Dr. Norman L. Schwartz Professor Dentistry AX if ff ' Z ffl, s.rs s A J I yy , f ,jf X W , f X 5 .7 3, -2 Q' .rf , 9 7 f ' ,f 4 C -V fy ,. 0 f f 5 x-1 'I il 1 Y This year, the School of Law continued to progress under the capable direction of Dean Lewis, who was appointed in 1959. Before coming to Kansas City, Dean Lewis was a Professor of Law at Drake University for ten years. He is editor of the Blashfield Cyclopedia of Auto Law and Practice, a past president of the Iowa Bar Foundation, and is a member of the American Bar Association, Phi Delta Phi, and Omicron Delta Kappa. Mrs. Eleunor Blue Mr. Charles Fiddler Assistant Professor Professor Low Law Dr. John Scurlock Mr. John Specu Professor Associate Professor Low Low v 0 2 we s , - X fs' V AN? V f ,-W ' Q 452 f , ,m mfs: Q. were 4 2 C 1 . H , A P' -Weis ff sy ,.,, ,f l f 5 I K 52 FREDERICK D. LEWIS DEAN THE SCHOOL CDF LAW Mr. Rudolh I-leitz Mr. Duane R. Nedrud Professor Associate Professor law Law Mr. Hubert Nelson Professor Low ,,-, X, , as f ,315 , We X: s 'QL 0356 f-tw! ' 4 Y x b S, as N fs 1 b v P7 s X is , , :M , ,, Q ,X ,tv , X Si L MR. KELLY expounds the virtues of the law to those bravehearted night students who so willingly give up their dinner hour to attend class. CLooks like a few of them must have stepped out for a sandwichlj JIM JAMES takes advantage of a spare minute to do research in Constitutional Law. CNot to mention a friend with a Polaroid cameralh THE LOUNGE AND SNACK BAR provide a quiet place to cram for exams or grab a quick bite before that final bell rings. l l Q it ttuu 1 L -f .xsgxaixxsx LQ is - CHAS LEWIS, Editor in Chief of OBITER DICTA, the Law School's news publication, contemplates a iob well done. Other staff members include Charles Gallipeau, Don Man- ford, Professor Kelly, Patricia Keily, Bruce Houdek, and Dave Freeman. f I ' il f i A C C if ' .ILV if ,V 1 ' ' X , f f I i SCHOOL OF PHARMACY Dr. Leslie L. Eisenbrandt Dean, School of Pharmacy Mr. J. Leo McMahon Assistant Professor Pharmaceutical Admin. Dr. Noel Nuessel Assistant Professor Pha rm a c y s Q .V ,,,, Dean Eisenbrandt has been a member of the . f . he received his Ph.D. from Rutgers University L faculty of the University of Kansas City since in 1936. Beginning here as an instructor in the cs ,, , it Biology Department, he taught the first courses Dr. William Rost Professor in physiology and parasitology offered at the University. He served as Director of Research and Associate Professor of Physiology on the staff of the School of Dentistry from 1942 until 1947, when he joined the staff of the Pharmacy School. He was appointed Dean of the School of Pharmacy in 1953. Dean Eisenbrandt is a member of Sigma Xi, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Kappa Psi, Rho Chi, the American Pharmaceutical Society, and the Society of Biology and Medicine. During his service as head of the,School of Pharmacy much progress has been made in curriculum and teaching methods. Dr. Paul Scott Associate Professor Mr. Lyle Willits Associate Professor :9 Ph r ' ' a maceutical Chemistry Pharmacology Pharmacy Q ,J ..., Q .",,:j1, X , :E . rs ' .. V " ,Q Q1 XL ,egg :,gg.,,s,sa!4,s ,Msg - f siysesfb Q4 -.-A ..,s4,fwf,,w sm ev'-scvwwsiu A sf 314: 1'-Selmer 7 A f J. ' R' f 4yws.fwepsfy . ,.wv-f5s, wwe vw-Q sfgs afsfwwrs"s.w.M:sw e 4 se f f .A s -rss PP 5 J -X 'f ww A fy . swag? si, ers-1 .- in t his tt T - gf . s X ,- W 1 w, 4, J' .,'.. 9 f , AA 7 aa VY ff an ...J-2f'N:Y 13 Si ET' . was The APhA Program Consmitfeez Pat Porter, Jim Osborn, Chairman, and Don Poe. Professor Lyle Willits is shown aT work in The Pharmacy Dispensary. "Steady, Dave, don"r drop if now!" 55 y ! 5 X Another graduating senior class, and another group of young citizens prepare to assume the responsibilities which await them. As they build their lives, they carry the University with them. As it has shaped their futures, they will in turn leave their marks on the America of tomorrow. RICHARD REPLOGLE, President of the All-Student Asso- ciation. Dick handled a difficult iob with calm efficiency, and deserves a special note of gratitude from the entire student body. MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL, from left To right: Jim Fulbright, Treasurer, Tom Garrison, Correspond- ing Secretary, Sandra Tracy, Recording Secretary, Dick Replogle, President, Marty Craven, Vice-President. 58 ALL STUDENT ASSOCIATION STUDENT COUNCIL This year has seen the Student Council take its most active part in campus administration during the past several years. Guided by an entirely new constitution, the Council was able to organize and carry out its duties more efficiently, and still have time and funds to expand the entertainment programs for the students. For the first time, the Council sponsored an all-University Dinner Dance, Which was indeed one of the highlights of the social season. In connection with the University Center and the Conservatory of Music, the Association presented on a season-ticket basis an excellent program of music, speakers, and other entertainment. The First Annual Student Council Recognition Dinner took place on April 28th, as an expression of appreciation for a job well done by a council of hard working students from every school of the University. It is the sincere wish of every member of this year's council that next year's officers will meet with the cooperation and opportunities which made the term such a successful one for them. THE ASA DINNER DANCE, held in Pierson Hall, drew quite a crowd. It was the first all-University Dinner Dance to be held on campus in many years. f. . . 4 i A , f ' 1 f , Elf i'f 4 ,A f. EX LEFT TO RIGHT: George Hummel, Bill Ellioti, Jerry Holcomb, Marvin Ferguson, Bruce Houclek. LO- BOARD OF GOVERNORS SE EDUCATION SECRETARIAT f LEFT TO RIGHT: Duana Bean, Judy Katz, Kay Lybarger. be ..1F"l f -S ' I. G., -X u i' ' T TOM TALBOTT, President of the College of Arts and Sciences. ARTS AND SCIENCES SECRETARIAT O F F I C E R S President ....,,. ........ T om Talbott Vice-President ........ ...... L inda Hood Secretary ....... ...... B ruce Ernst Treasurer ...... ...... Charlotte Hill Councilmen ...... ...... N orma Herbertson Gene Mueller Judy Carnegie Roger Bern SEATED: Linda Hood, Norma Herbertson, Charlotte Hill, Judy Carnegie. Standing: Roger Bern, Torn Talbott, Gene Mueller, Bruce Ernst. GRADUATE STUDENTS BELL, WILLIAM C ................. Kansas City, NIO COLLIVER, JERRY A. ............ Kansas City, Mo. DAVIS, KENT ........................ Kansas City, Mo. DeYONG, ROBERT ............,..... Kansas City, Nio, DICKER, BETTIE L ......,...... Independence, Mo EGLITIS, JOHN ...............,,,.... Kansas City, IVIo FULBRIGHT, JAMES C. ..,..... Kansas City, IVIo HANEY, DANIEL G. ........................ Butler, Mo HOLIVIAN, L. BRUCE ........... JOHNSON, BERNARD.. JONES, DANIEL B ............... .Overland Park, Ks .........,Kansas City, Nlo. ..Leave'nworth, Ks. LEVINE, JAY L .....,................. Kansas City, Nlo LONGANECKER, ROBERT E...Kansas City, Mo. MECKLENBECK, ERIKA ...... Solingen, Germany MUSICK, PATRICK V ............. Kansas City, Nlo. PAWIKI, ROBERT E ...,........... Kansas City, Mo. PENDERGAST ROSS G. Kansas City, IVIo. PENLAND, LILBURN c.ff1QQfIfKansas City, Mo. ROTERT, LARRY G ...,.... SHAEFFER, RICHARD Nl .........SutherIand, Neb. .........Kansas City, Nlo. VARDYAN, KENNETH E. ........ Kansas City, MO. VEYSOGLU, RECEP ,...... YONKE, LOUIS L. ..,.. . ......,,.Kansas City, Mo. ........Kansas City, Mo. I' I , , ,,,, f Q A 3 -j' .,L t,5'i? f ,,2 ,rf ' f f f' 5: ,, 'f , ,, ' 1 'Vg an 44' , A fwlfffif ,f QW, -,f i WW-arf Sf. - I. ' f .f,,'igf.,54.-,ff 1 H , - , 'fx f' J, , . V , f -vw GMX X ff f f , f,, , ,X , fQ,ff,,,f X, , ,XM I, ' , , , ,fm ,,' -' 'J 'J W5 'X ,f ,X A ff f 5 f 1 f f ifffffff ff! ZW We f ff' 7 f fffffffc WK7 Of ff f ff W, ff Wy ffw , ff f f f Xfff M N! My ff , V ,X HQX-zzfits-,Q i , .s nows fs-asWZ,Wsm, i WXQ gwmss KV,-w -4 -s f - f 5 4, ps, fsesmzpwwsf as X ,Wg-,QW-6 -1 -MX-: 1 :V swffaf-I asks' c."",x2:"" -1' .X-5 A .wee fsaszfiiws . 1 H f tat-' ff ' - ..,.. X es"',XffYw,vse .,sffX,v,A 'kgs' X 'ff ' or ' , '54 f -,- X ,,,.,'1ez.-I-22, . :-' ,fi I . s, ,, I z ,f ,f I, I, .5 -. , ,Q 1 ,f ,,,1,, , ,, s 4 WN , , , W, 7, W X . 4, ,, X , . , ,ff Z .' ,,ff fi g, ,, PM 'Zn ylffff . mf",-rg-f nf-S f ,AX ,f ff! ff f Q X X y f X I XZ X: KY X 'i X X f f 1 i .. X , .. X, ff J X f W SENIORS ALEX, RONALD M ,,,,,,,,,.... Mission, Kans. B. A. in History and Government. ARON, SUZANNE L ..... Kansas City, Mo. B. A. in Art. ASKEW, JOHN B ............... Wichita, Kans. BALDWIN, LLOYD P., JR ........... Z ......... mmm.,mu,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,Kansas City, M0. B. A. in Philosophy and English, UKC Players. D BARNES, NANCY M ....... Kansas City, Mo. BAYLESS, RONALD B ..... Kansas City, Mo. B. A. in History and Government. BENNETT, CHARLES N ......................... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,...,,..Kansas City, Mo. BINGER, RALPH E ....... Kansas City, Mo. BLEDSOE, GIL ,......,,..... Kansas City, M0. B. A. in Psychology, Dean's List, Torch and Scroll, Victor Wilson Scholarship, Most Fascinating Man 1961, Participa- tion Award, Cho Chin Sweetheart, Uni- versity Center Board, Charter Member, Chairman, Film Society, Chairman, Rec- reation, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Best Grades, Active and Pledge, Pep Club, Vice-President, Historian, Orientation, Group Leader. BORCHERT, THOMAS W ....................... ...,..........................Independence, Mo. B. S. in Biology, Newman Club. BRIMBLE, PHILLIP S ..... Kansas City, Mo. B. S. in Biology, Assistant Editor, U- NEWS, UKC Players, Orientation, Talent and Skit Committee. CARSON, GERALD G ............................. Quivera, Kans. CHEWNING, LARRY E ........................... City, Mo. CLARK, PEGGY. A ..,.......... Richmond, Mo. B. A. in Sociology, William Woods Col- lege, A. A. CLARK, VIRGINIA M ............................. ........,...................Junction City, Kans. B. S. in Medical Technology. COHN, PATRICIA E...Albuquerque, N. M. B. A. in French. DIEHL, ROGER H ........... Kansas City, Mo. DORZAB, JOE H ....... Independence, Mo. B. S. in Biology and Chemistry, Dorm Counselor, 1961-62. DRANEY, MICHAEL W...Kansas City, Mo. DUTCHER, JUDITH H ..... Kansas City, Mo. EBERHART, CARL .......... Kansas City, Mo. EDWARDS, PAUL R ....... Kansas City, Mo. B. A. in Sociology, Dean's List, Torch and Scroll, President, UKC Players, Young Democrats, President, Pre-Law Club, NSA Coordinator, Election Com- missioner, Orientation, Registration Chairman 196O, U-NEWS, Political Editor. ERNST, BRUCE B ....... Kansas City, Mo. B. S. in Physics, Dean's List, Torch and Scroll, Omicron Delta Kappa, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice-President, Sgt. at Arms, University Center Board, Program Council, Honorary Math Society, Secre- tary-Treasurer, Arts and Sciences Sec- retariat, Secretary, All Student Associa- tion, Social Chairman. FAIN, ROBERT P ........... Kansas City, Mo. FRANK, EDWARD E ..... Kansas City, Kans. B. A. in History and Government. GARCIA, JOHN R ............. Mission, Kans. GAST, LINDA K ........... Kansas City, Kans. B. A. in Sociology. HACKLEY, BILLIE J ......... Kansas City Mo. B. A. in History and Government, Torch and Scroll, History and Government Club, Secretary, Teachers Now Training. 'fi"' ' ' "H f -.ff-,--,. ' v,, ,,f 7'f' ' fr cv. , V, f "f r u - ,,"'T'f"2 7 L,-: '- .. 2,.,,:f."if "" ' E . S I. , ' a ' ' f,- .ff -new ,es 1 Xu.-faXyaf," -ww f'f f W 45 I ,A ,f if e wwf, , ft' - ft- t "iq W NW Le t WWA c ' 'V '1 ,, ' ' iiff-f lZ,fif5Z f ag! X12 fi ,FFP - ' sfswst-.1 1 -' ff , , r 4 5... f ff,,1a1f,w fw' ' M-a g if f w -ec?-51,3532 . Af, f l l,f,','Xi?s 9 ,Q air,- , V A ,wfsrgrfte .- 'ffiaii-if ' F ,f.f- .,,X-rg, f ,, "4--cg, -'.. . r fapelkrffe " , -fem a t G , I X -2 ur . ,. sv' HAGERTY, SAMUEL K. Kansas Cit Mo 1 Y, - HALL, CHARLOTTE J., Littlestown, Pa., B.A. in Psy- chology. HANCOCK, JOHN C., Independence, Mo., B.S. in Zo- ology. HARRIS, THOMAS J., Mission, Ks., B.A. in History and Government, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Hegemon, Chair- man, Cinema 16. HASS, HUGH S., Kansas City, Mo., B.S. in Engineering, Victor Wilson Scholarship, Participation Awards, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secretary, Social Committee, Chairman, Red Carnation Ball, Alpha Phi Omega, President, 1st Vice-President, 2nd Vice-President, Treasurer, Canterbury Club, University Center Dance Committee, Beauty and Beast Dance, Chairman, 1960, Orientation, information Committee, Dance Committee. HILL, CHARLOTTE S., Kansas City, Mo., B.A. in Speech, Dean's List, University and Chi Omega Scholarships, Participation Awards, Delta Alpha, Secretary-Histo- rian, Sigma Beta, Parliamentarian, Pan-Hellenic As- sociation, Secretary, UKC Players, Vice-President, Treasurer, Women's Recreation Association, Presi- dent, Secretary, Best Athlete Award, Young.Repub- licans, Secretary, Treasurer, Pi Kappa Delta, Pep Club, Cheerleader, Arts and Science Secretariat, Treasurer, All Student Association, Finance and Publicity Committees, NSA Coordinator, Delegate- 14th National Student Congress, U-News, Reporter, Welcome Dance, Chairman, Orientation, Group Leader Chairman, Student Admissions Counselor. HODGSON, RICHARD A., Topeka, Ks., B.A. in History and Government. HOLT, NORMA J., Kansas City, Mo., B.A. in History and Government, Young Democrats, History and Government Club, Psi Chi, EI Club Asturias. HOOD, LINDA, Kansas City, Mo., B.A. in English, Dean's List, Torch and Scroll, Participation Award, Cho Chin Jeweled Scholarship Award, Chi Omega, Counselor, Pep Club, Secretary, University Center Board, Charter Secretary, Program Council, Presi- dent, Secretary, American Association of College Unions, Region Vlll, Vice-President, Arts and Sciences Secretariat, Vice-President, Councilman, All Student Association, Steering Committee, Chair- man, Cheerleader, Kangaroo Oueen, 1961, Law Queen, 1961, A.A. from Kansas City, Mo., Junior College. . HOPPER, HENRIETTA V., Grandview, Mo. HUSTON, BRUCE A., Kansas City, Mo. JOHNSTON, VIVIAN A., Kansas City, Mo., B.A. in Art: Torch and Scroll, Participation Award, Beta Zeta, Secretary, Geology-Geography Club, 1959 Kangaroo, Staff, Orientation Committee. KALALI, DAROOSH A., Tehran, Iran, B.S. in Biology. KAPLAN, STEPHEN P., Kansas City, Mo. KLUGMAN, PAUL, Kansas City, Mo. KOGEN, PHYLLIS, Kansas Ctiy, Mo. LACKEY, DOROTHY M., Kansas City, Mo., B.A. in Psy- chology, Psi Chi. LASWELL, SHARON A., Kansas City, Mo. LEMON, ROBERT S., Kansas City, Mo., B.A. in English, Sigma Tau Delta, U-News, Editor, 1960-61, Number One, Associate Editor, 1961. LEWIS, SUE E., Kansas City, Mo., B.A. in English, Dean's List, Sigma Tau Delta, Number One, Kansas City, Mo., Junior College. LOHRENGEL. CARL F., Kansas City, Mo., B.S. in Geol- ogy, Geology-Geography Club, A. S. from Kansas City, Mo. Junior College. MARGOLIS, ARTHUR L., Kansas City, Mo. MCCARTY, BERNARD F.. Kansas City, Mo., B.A. in His- torv and Government. J Q fs -1 -af . "'2Q'1- " 5 1:-'ig i .fel Q.. .U ..-, gp .r 3-- 'fe Q, ,. ., f 'V J 'iff' 4 J, A . if ' ff ' iff' ' f 0 ., .. A- fy f ,a .,f , V .1 ,Wy , m.af.,ape f V I 4. . , ef' A f 7, 4 ,fv mf,-1 , .4 ,-fa , ' wif . 2' ff 4' 1' ,' K , , ' 91" ,' 1 - cas 1 ,, . 0' , K2 J"-,":f.'.'fJ1.r ',. ' 4, ea f ,diefrzifv ,, f qtff, 'N .'z:7f::-!:,-pf - i3 ?'f5QTZtf3f , 4 . 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B.A. in Art, 1961 Law Day Queen, 1960 Winter Carnival Queen At- tendant, Cheerleader, Chi Omega, Vice-President, Sgt. at Arms, Chaplain, Pledge Class Treasurer, Women's Recreation Association, Pep Club, Mardi Gras Committee, Orientation, Group Leader, Com- mittee. SHATTO, PHILLIP R., Milan, Mo., B.A. in History and Government, Dean's List, History and Government Club, Young Republicans. SIMPSON, WALTER R., Kansas City, Mo., B.A. in Eng- lish, Victor Wilson Scholarship, Kansas City, Mo., Junior College. SINGMAN, LOIS B., Kansas City, Mo., B.A. in Psychol- ogy, Missouri University. V4 Z Q44 " eff :se 1 - s 456, f M? 'gs X 4 - f J 14 4 4 mst k g., -,,-2, 5 3,5 , f - ,,. .4 1441 ..,, .4 . . .4.-4s . as - .9 G-4 ,-,Q vs Qsagnffsfxi ,ws S. M' as' v AWS s S ' .1 . 44 "V, 95:-, " " ' P ' S sw. . aft. I Q . f 4 S' s N 4. 24.56 S iss 's,.,4f4- -a QP f 'gigegg -4 4, j gmvff-4 C1415-asf. . sf .4 fs- iz 1'fi.Wg QD' 4 a . MILLER, DICKIE D., Kansas City, Mo. MILLER, GARY G., Kansas City, Mo., B.S. in Mathe- matics and Physics, Dean's List, Torch and Scroll, Honorary Mathematics Society, Applied Mathematics Society. MITCHELL, PAUL M., JR., Independence, Mo., B.A. in Mathematics. MONTGOMERY, PATRICK H., Kansas City, Ks. MOORE, RAYBURN A., Kansas City, Mo. MORRJS, JAN F., Canon City, Colo., B.S. in Biology. MURRAY, DONNA S., Kansas City, Mo., B.A. in History and Government. MYERS, MARCIA J., Kansas City, Mo., B.A. in Radio and Television, Delta Alpha, Treasurer, Sigma Beta, UKC Players, Young Republicans, KCUR-FM, Staff, U-News, Editor, 1961-62. Vanderbilt University, Mis- souri University. MYERS, ROBERT M., JR., Kansas City, Mo., B.A. in Psy- chology, Tau Kappa Epsilon. NELSON, DAVID L., KansasCity, Mo. NELSON, ROBERT D., Leawood, Ks. NESSELROAD, JACK R., Kansas City, Mo., B.S. in Bi- ology. OSBORN, JAMES M., Kansas City, Mo., PALAZZO, CHARLES A., Kansas City, Mo. RADEN, ALEX, Kansas City, Mo. REINHARD, MAHLON JACK A., Kansas City, Mo., B.S. in Geology and Geography, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Phi Omega, Geology-Geography Club, Secretary, Treasurer. ROSENBERG, CAROL, Kansas City, Mo. ROWE, RALPH W. E., Kansas City, Mo. SENICRS . -HRH A ,W vs A fx X4 ew w, X 'X Y ess he- oll, ics in ory idio eta aff 1 Wis- Psy- Bi J. ill lph 3 8 VY, SMITH, DALTON L ....,,. Kansas City, Mo. SMITH, JAMES A ........, Kansas City, Mo. SPALITTO, FRANK J ..... Kansas City, Mo. STATTMAN, JAY ......,..... Kansas City Mo. I STEWART, ROGER P ....... Fairway, Kans. TALBOTT, THOMAS H...Kansas City, Mo. B. A. in Economics, Dean's List, Torch and Scroll, Victor Wilson Scholarship, Participation Awards, Omicron Delta Kappa, Arts and Sciences Secretariat, President, Chairman, Social Commit- tee, All Student Association, Social Committee, Finance Committee, Coun- cilman-at-large, Chairman, Publications Board, Chairman, Personnel Committee, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice-President, Pledge Trainer, Scholarship Award, Steering Committee, Orientation, Co- Chairman, Group Leader, Extra-Curricu- Iar Policy Committee, Student Admis- sions Counselor. THARP, JAMES A ......... Kansas City, Mo. B. S. in Mathematics, B. B. A. in Quantitative Techniques, Dean's List, Victor Wilson Scholarship, Participation Award, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Pledge Trainer, Phi Theta Kappa, All Student Association, Publications Board, Busi- ness School Association, Gamma Delta Iota, President, Business Manager, 1961 KANGAROO, Intramurals. TIMMONS, DIANA ........ Kansas City, M0. TINKER, CAROLYN A ..... Kansas City, Mo. TRACY, SANDRA L ....... Kansas City, Mo. B. A. in History and Government, Delta Alpha, Sgt. at Arms, University Scholar- ship, Particiimtion Awards, Student of the Week, Candidate, Mardi Gras Queen, 1961, Sigma Beta, Secretary, Treasurer, Pan Hellenic Representative, Pledge Class Treasurer, Young Repub- licans, UKC Players, Pep Club, Wom- en's Recreation Association, All Stu- dent Association, Recording Secretary, Dorm Counselor, Student Admissions Counselor, 1959 KANGAROO, Staff, 1960 U-NEWS, Staff Reporter, 1961 KANGA- ROO, Editor, 1962 KANGAROO, Editor, Orientation, Group Leader, Committees. 5 ff? gptdk' sw X. 'Es ,., ,.,::N,s.. ,g . X 'mat' -V' as t 'K X X X . iw -I in gee . -QF 3 li'-A il I is 7 is V, 4 Y 1 my X J 2 ,Q ' f fi .2 , K 5 . if" C 5 y , '39 Nb VAUGHAN, BEVERLY l ......................... City, Mo. B. A. in Sociology, Dean's List, Cho Chin, Chi Omega, Orientation Commit- tee. VOLD, EARL D ................. Mission, Kans. VORCE, ROBERT N ....... Kansas City, Mo. B. S. in Biology, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Treasurer, All Student Association, Publicity Committee, Social Committee, Orientation, Group Leader. WADE, EDWARD M ....... Kansas City, Mo. WAHAUS, DONALD E ......... Lenexa, Kans. WALTERS, SANDRA L ....... Mission, Kans. WASSERMAN, CHARLES C ................... City, Mo. B. S. in Biology, UKC Choir, Orienta- tion Committee. WATKINS, DONALS J .......,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ......................Shawnee Mission, Kans. B. A. in Psychology, Drake University. WESSEL, KENNETH F .,,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ................................Kansas City, Mo. WHITE,. MICHAEL T ......... Mission, Kans. B. A. in Psychology, Assistant Editor, U-NEWS. WILCOX, GEORGE W ................................. ................Richards-Gebaur AFB, Mo. WILLIAMS, FRANK, JR...Louisburg, Kans. ZIEGLER, ROBERT V ..... Kansas City, Mo. B. A. in History and Government, His- tory and Government Club, Secretary- Treasurer. ZIMMER, JAMES H ....... Kansas City, Mo. 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XXX4v,,X,, ,Xf QQ, '77 W4 if 'v s :XE X ' X ,,.1 ,f X f X X X7 X X'-4"" Q ,ig ,X V -X v X .5 ,X .. fag XZ, My .1 , fm? .Gs sm y , CX X s X ye KINDERIIAANN, IVIAURICE E.. .Kansas City, IVR KLINGBERG, NICK P ...,......... Kansas City, Mo. KRAFT, MARTIN .....,,.,, LaRUE, ANTHONY J. .......,., . NOMENDA, JEFFREY F ................. Mission. KS. KRAFT, DONALD H. .............. , .......Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. .Kansas City, Mo. LEONARD, GEORGE E. .......... Kansas City, Mo. LOCKWOOD, L. BRUCE ......., Blue Springs, Mo. LUKE, JAMES E ..................... Kansas City, IVl0. NIARCUS, PHIL L. ..... . .......Kansas City, Mo. MARDER, JUDITH ...........,...... Kansas City, Mo. MARLEY, WILLIAM J ............. Kansas City, Mo. IVIASON, LINDA G. ..,,,,.,,.... . IVIAZE ROBERT G ........ ..Kansas City, Mo. .....Raytown, Mo. NJAzzAcANo, PAUL Ridge, JN. MCCLURG, ROBERT M ......... Kansas City, Mo. MCDONALD, JOHN E ......... Independence, Mo. MEIGS, NATHAN K., JR ......... Kansas City, Mo. MITCHELL, HELEN L ............. Kansas City, Mo. MITCHUM, EVELYN F ..X........ Kansas City, Mo. MIURA, MARVIN T. ........ San Francisco, Calif. MORISHIGE, WALTER K ....... Honolulu, Hawaii MORRIS, Gi, RAY ,,,,................ Kansas City, Ks. NIUELLER, GENE A ........ .. IVIYERS, BARBARA ...... NASH PATRICKJ ....... . ....... Parkville, lVlo. ......Kansas City, Ks. .......Weed, Calif. NEDBLAKE, eREGoRY'fffffffffKansas City, NJ0. NEEDHAIVI ELIZABETH NICHOLS, RICHARD L NIVEN, DAVID W ...... NOBES, JANE E ......... .Raytown, Mo ...Kansas City, Mo: . .......... Kansas City, Ks. , T .......... NICHOLS, RENNY R .......... ......Prairie Village, Ks .......Kansas City, Mo NORTON, RITA ...................... Kansas City, Mo ONTIVIAN, MARILYN .............. Kansas City, Mo PEERY, SANDRA ....... Independence, Mo , is XP sg N X f fi A gi' PETERSON, IANICE C ........... Kansas City, Mo PFLANZ, ROBERT H. .....,..,.., Kansas City,M0 PIERSON, ROBERT D. POND, ESTHER ........... ..........Kansas City, lVlo ...........Kansas City, Mo POWELL, STUART B. ............ Kansas City, Mo JUNIORS PRIOR, GEORGE E ...........,,,,., Kansas City, REEVES, SANDRA J ..,.,,,,.A,,,,, Kansas City REEVES, SHARON L, ,,,,,,,.,,,, Kansas City, REID, ROBERTA L .,,,,,,,,4,,,,,,,,, Grandview, RICHARDSON, EDWARD ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Leawood, RILEY, DEANN ......... RINE, ROBERT R ..... ROBINS JOSEPH D. RoEHR,'MicHAEL G.ffffQfff ROSE, RICHARD .,.,... ....Kansas City Prairie viiiagd, ...Kansas City ...Kansas City ...Kansas City SEUFERT, PRISCILLA ............ Kansas City, SHIKLES, DAVIS L .... Independence, SIEFERT, JULIE .....,.................... Merriam SILLIN, SHARON ....... .,....CarroIIton, SMITH, MARGARET L ...,..,.... Kansas City, 1 SMITH, PHYLLIS .............. Independence, SODERGREN, NANCY C. .............. Mission SPRADLEY, JOHN E. .,.......... Kansas City, STEVENS, DOROTHY A. .,...... Kansas City, STEWART, DENI L ......... Shawnee Mission Mo Mo Mo Mo Ks Mo Ks Mo Mo Mo Mo. Mo. , Ks. Mo. Mo. Mo. ,Ks. Mo. Mo. , Ks. ROSE, WILLIAM M ....... ExceIsiorSprings, Mo. RUSSELL, ROBERT H. ,........ . SABIN, JOHN ............ SCHUNEMAN, NAOMI SEIFERT, RONALD L. STRODE, WILLIAM L ............. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Pampa, Texas Kansas City, Ks. Kansas City, Mo. STUCK, GORDON H ....... Shawnee Mission, Ks. THOMAS, JOHN N ....,.........,....,.., Shawnee, Ks. THOMAS, RENNALD P ....... Independence, Mo. THOMPSON, BERNITA L ....... Kansas City, Mo. THOMSON, MILTON M ....... Overland Park, Ks. THORNHILL, MARGOT A. .... Kansas City, Mo. TIMBERLAKE, JOSEPH W...OverIand Park, Ks. TOBIN, JOHN A ..................... Kansas City, Mo. TROTTER, PHILLIP H. ..,....... Kansas City, Ks. TUCKER, JAMES E ............. Prairie Viiiage. Ks, TUCKER, SALLY V ................. Kansas City, Mo, VALENZUELA, LAZARO R ........... AIpine,Texas WAGNER, VICKY L .............., Kansas City, Mo, WALKER, CROVER P ............. 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Q, Wy, swf Afwwg-W4,,f..V ,Cys W ,Cf saws! syglly swf Vw 4sf.Wifawf'ffwsQf ...W M , mfwy ai 452 'ff -'19 fi, 22 SRM , S f 2,70 , W f f w f f ff H gy s , f fa O f f A f f Q 0 'KW ' X 4 f C ' sv Sf f 2 f A ,f, we A af fs ,Q iv 9 X V vxx 596 s' , 2 7 f , 7 , v .w ww -2 . sf vsyv s 451 'V 4 ,9, A '4 ge ft f f , Qgnasfws wa Q j..,w. 73. 3. -LK Q Qzs ,, W Qgf, jf K W Aj I , V vavyh, ' f Us A My f f ,J .f V' ' X f f W f 8 Z i My f Jw ' V iffffjfff A ,A-W4. X 72 ff ., f JUNIORS WALKER, IUDITH A ............... Kansas City, M0 WARE, HARRY ,,.,,...,............. Kansas City, Mo WASKO, GEORGE W., JR., ,..... Kansas City, Ks WEISS, DAVID J ..........,.............. Leawood, Ks WELCH, ROBERT C. ............ Sugar Creek, Mo WELCH, RONALD H ........... Independence, Mo WHITCOMB, CHARLES W. .... Kansas City, Mo. WILKINSON, NEAL H ............. Kansas City,Ks. WILLIAMS, ANNA L. ....,....... Kansas City, Mo. WILLIAMS, BILL .Q ...... ....... K ansas City, Mo. WILLIAMS, TED H..- .............. Kansas City, Mo. WILLIAMS, WALTER H. ........ Kansas City, Mo. WILLIAMSON, WARREN .............. Leawood, Ks. YOUNGER, RALPH E. ............ Kansas City, Mo. ZIEGENHORN, DALLAS R ............... Fisher, Ark. ZUNIGA, RALPH NI ............... Kansas City, IVIO. ZUROVSKY, JOEL D ........... Overland Park, Ks. I Ss. AAI AA ALI AL AL AN AN AR BA BA BA B1 , ef at Bt BI BI BI B1 Bc Bc Bc at Br M Bl 2. I 1 use Alsgguq, 3, -4 s f1 iy', 1' lil ssww-A-if, - in 1 , ., , U- ,., MP1, L .s 1 f ..+...,...,..:-' 'j ' 5 Mo Mo y K S S Mo Mo Mo S Mo Mo Mo. Mo. Ks. Mo Ark. SOPHOMORES AALTO, KARLENE M ......,,,,. Overland Park, . AARON, MARK L .........,.A....... ALDERSON, EDGAR S ..........,. ALTMAN, BARRY ,,..............., ALTMAN, GARY .............,,..... ANDERSON, EARL D ...A.......A. ANDERSON, JUDITH ............., ARBUCKLE, MARILYNN R ..... BAHR, ROBERT M. .........,... . BANNING, LANCE G ...........,. Ks Kansas City, Mo. .....Raytown, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. BARCUS, HERMAN C ................. Moberly, Mo. BARID, STEVEN J .......A....,.... Kansas City, Mo. BENIK, RICHARD A. .........,.. Kansas City, Mo. BENNETT, BEN H ..........,.......... Brooklyn, N.Y. BENSON, SCOTT C. ..........,... Kansas City, Mo. BHUTA HEMENDRA , ............................,,.. I BISMAN, RONNETTA D ......... Springfield, ndia Mo BLOCK, ANDREW M ......,.... SilverSpring, Md. BLUNT, VIRGINIA ,......,..,,.,.... Kansas City, Mo. BOLLINGER, NORMAN E .,,.... Kansas City, Mo. BONAR, ROBERTA ................ Kansas City, Mo. BORDMAN MARCIA ...........,.. KansasCit Mo. I Yi BOYLE, JIM J ............................. Deerfield, III. BRANDENBURG, KENNETH E ........... Vail, Iowa BRAUN, JOHN G ........... Shawnee Mission, Ks. BRAVERMAN, HARRY J ......... BRUNO, BERNICE L ............. BURSTEIN, JEROME .............. CAPPS, SHIRLEY J. ........,..,. . CARNEGIE, JUDITH ........,..... CARROLL, BYRON A ..,. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. .........Kansas City, Mo. CHAIT, ZANE B. .,............,........... Chicago, Ill, COLEMAN, KENNETH C .......,. Kansas City, Mo. COOPER, ALLEN L. .... . COOPER, GLYNN M ....,. CORBIN, BETTY H. ...., . ..............Raytown, Mo. CORWIN, LAWRENCE D ......,..Kansas City, Mo. ..,..,.....Grandview, Mo. . .....,.. Laurelton, N. Y. . . In . :...f2 V, ,L ' I' 5 I Q T , fa. .E , sissy X rs, si swwsa X . ,K ts. . , , QNX by I I J 1 1 ff I . li F A5 A fnj. : ,., 4 'sfm' J v 7 v X ,A "'. 'IV' 93 nf '-u:1"' was f If 7 ZW 4 alma ,J 1,417 -Jr' ,JN CRAIG. JAMES S ........,.,........ Kansas City, Mo. CULLEN, DONALD R ......,.... Overland Park, Ks. DENTON, BARBA .......... Shawnee Mission, Ks. W-'I " . J' 1,' .-i,1V,J . M7175 may A 'v,.-1 at 2 1' , 5 31 2, ,, 1. ..,,.... .1 -11' APWA-r:4f'?' 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ELIAS, BERNARD ........ EPSTEIN, BURTON ...... ......Kansas City, Mo. ......Kansas City, Mo. .......Kansas City, Mo. ......New York, N. Y. EUANS, JUDY .,,,.,,,,,........... ......... M Ission, Ks. FARRELL, RICHARD D. ........ Kansas City, Mo. FISHER, CHARLES H ......... Independence, Mo. FRAZIER, WILLIAM F ........... Kansas City, Mo. GERSON, JANET .................... KansasCIty, MO. GLADMAN, CAROLYN .................... MISSIOR, KS- GRACHECK, JAMES E ......... GRAF, CARLA ...................... Independence, Mo. .Kansas City, Mo. GREENBERG, JUDITH ............ Kansas City, Mo. GROVE JUDITH O .... HANEY' DANIEL 0 ..... .Prairie Village, Ks. ...Kansas City, Mo. HANNA, EUGENE L. ..... "ff .... Kansas City, Ks. HARVEY, MERILYN ..... ......Kansas City, Mo. HEFFRON, THOMAS ....... ...... K ansas Qity,KS- I-IELLER, JOAN D ................... K?I153SCltY,M0- HEMMEN, WILLIAM F ....... Prairie VIIIage, Ks. HERBERTSON NORMA ..Kansas City, Mo. HICKSON, RAYMOND D:L:LL..Kansas City, NIO. HUGHES, LINDSAY ....... ...... K ansas City, Mo. HUNT, JUNE ANNE ...... ......... F Iorissant, Mo. HURD JERRY W ......... Merriam, Ks. ISENI-JOUR, WILLIAM o'.',"i'R'fffK5'Rsas city, Ks. JELDEN, GWYNN ........ KAHLER, MICHAEL G. KAHN, ARNOLD S ...... KASPER DAVID C ...... ............Grandview, Mo. .......,,..,......Mission, Ks ..........,Kansas City, Mo ...Kansas City, Mo KENNICLJTT, ROGER Tlffindependennce, Mo KERSLEY, MYDA N ............... Kansas City, Mo 7 tw We sys shaky 1-A-49 JENSEN JO ANN Mission Ks JOHNSON BARBARA J Kansas City Mo JOHNSON JEANNETIE C Prairie VIIIage Ks JOHNSON JUDY L Kansas City Mo JONES MARY A Raytown Mo S 1 4 ,yfmfwls mea! New SOPHOMORES KIESENDAHL, JOHN K. ,,.,.... Kansas City, Mo. KINDEL, WAYNE P. ,............, Kansas City Mo. KNAPP, FRED I. ,................,.,.... Raytowni . Mo KODER, DANIEL M. .............. Kansas Cit ,Mo. Mo Y KOESTER, HENRIETTA I ....... Kansas City, . KOUBECK, ARLAND ..a........... Kansas City, Mo KREHER, KATHLEEN A ......, Lee's Summit, M0 KUBIS, KATHY A. ..............,. Kansas City, Mo LAND, IOAN E. .................... Kansas City M0 LANDRAM, JILL ............ Shawnee Mission, Ks LERNER, ROCHELLE ........., Overland Park, Ks. LEVELLE, YVONNE .................. NewYork,N.Y. LOCKRIDGE, LINDA .............. Kansas City, NIO LOTAKIS, GEORGE P. ............ New York,N.Y LYNAM, KATHERINE NI ............. ParkviIl9,Nl0 LYNCH, JOHN F ......................... Shawnee, Ks. MACKEY, BARBARA I...Shawnee Mission, Ks. MacLEOD, MARIANNE .......... Kansas City, Mo. MADDEN, GAYLE .......... Shawnee Mission, Ks. MAGARIEL, HAROLD .............. Kansas City, Mo. LEONARD VAN CAMP and the Glee Club warming up for a practice session in The Old Stu- dent Union. K wi fi ' ' i 7 P tl? LL? 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MAY, CONSTANCE A ............. Kansas City, Mo. MCALLISTER, NEWMAN E. ........ Raytown, Mo. MCENROE, LARRY D ......... Independence, Mo. MCFADDEN, LYNNE .............. Kansas City, Mo. MOLLN, SARA L. .................. Kansas City, Mo. MORTON, DARYL J ........ .......... R aytown, Mo. NOSWORTHY DON' G ossen, GARY ............. .......Mission, Ks. ..........Liberty, Mo. O'DELL, SHARRON MII' ......Kansas City, Mo. OZBURN, JOHN E ................. Kansas City, Mo. PALMQUIST, KENNETH P ......... Concordia, Ks. PFEIFFER, LINDA M. ................ Raytown, Mo. PHILLIPS, MIKE W ........... Independence, Mo. PINCETL, MARY C. ...... .. PIPER, RICHARD L ............ PURCELL, RICHARD L RALSTON, JOHN D.... RAMSAY, JINA S ....... REED, DONELL O. ......,,... . ...Kansas City, Mo. ...Kansas City, Mo. ...Kansas City, Mo. .. ...... Kansas City, Mo. ...........Grandview, Mo. Independence, Mo. RENAULT, DENISE ....... ...... K ansas City, Mo, ROGERS, DORIS L ........ ...... K ansas City, Mo. ROOK, JOHN M ........ ROSE, VERNIE R ....... ..HarrisonviIIe Mo ROOK, BARBARA J. .......... , , ......Kansas City, Ks. ......Kansas City, Mo. RUCKER, CHARLES S. .......... Kansas City, Mo. RYSER, CECELIA L. .............. Muskogee, Okia. SAMPSON, LANA J... SANKPILL JUDY K... .. ....... Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. SAWYER, 'SHARI H...f111QQQ'l'h'dependence, Mo SCHOOLEY, HUGH C. ............WaIsh, Colorado SCOTT, NANCY K ........ ...... K ansas City,,Mo. SHERRICK, SUE E. ...................... Mission, Ks SIEGFRIED, MARY E ............. Kansas City, Mo: SJARDA, RICHARD H. .......... Kansas City, Mo. il SOPHOMCDRES SNYDER, HAROLD E ...........,. STEWART, JERRY W ............. STINE, SCOTT W. ............... Kansas Cit Mo SWEENEY, DONALD B ......... TABATA, RUSSELL S ..A..,..... Honolulu, Hawaii TEIWES, M. WILLIAM .......... Kansas City, Mo. THAW, BAYLON K ................. Kansas City, Mo, THOMAS, BEVERLY J ................. Raytown, Mo. TOWLE, ROSE L. .................. Kansas City Mo. 1 TOYNE, RICHARD L. ............ Kansas City Mo. TRAVALENT, LOUIS J ........... Kansas City, TURKINGTON, SHARON K...Lee's Summit, VEATCH, RONALD I .......... VENTIMIGLIA, CHARLES .... .........Raytown, Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. . y, . Birmingham, Ala. Mo. Mo. ,,, . Mo. Independence, Mo. VERNON, JERRY J ................. Kansas City, Mo. WALKER, SHIRLEY A ....,........ Kansas City, WALSH, MICHAEL F. ............ Kansas City, Independence, . WARR, JUDITH K ................. Kansas City, WALTER, JOHN D. ...,....... . WATERS, RITA M. ................ Kansas City, . 6 . f agifgyh' fa' friiii ff Jr' f s :Lf afar f, 9 s rin WATSON, DAVID R .............., Kansas City, Mo. , WEAVER, KYLE L. ................ Kansas City, Mo. . . , WEIDEMIER, REUBEN J ..... Prairie Village, Ks. , .2 WESTON, DARWIN L ............. Kansas City,Mo. WHEATLEY, CAROLYN P...Lee's Summit, Mo. ir 1 ' QQ!! ' " . 1: 77, WILKINSON, PATRICIA S ....... Grandview, Mo. WILLIAMS, PARKE A. ......... . WILLIAMS, WADE H .........,... WILLIAMSON, SHARON WINN, B. CHARI ....,,............ K ..... WINOKUR, STUART ,,................ Jamaica, N.Y WISDOM, GEORGE B. .......... Kansas City, Mo WOULFE, ELEANOR C ..,........ Kansas Cit Mo WRENN THOMAS H .... Y, Kansas City, Mo ZIEGLER, MARGARET Elllfffxansas City, Mo ..New York, N. Y. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. ' x 4, . Q .t,,,.mpk1 X 1 If if U .M A . 'Y' I Q, . x l.f,s L E 1 fps" W Z w ZOLOTOR, LAWRENCE A ....... Kansas City, Mo. ZOOK, ROBERT L ....................... Raytown. Mo. . , - , - ,. V Qy3sH..5ya5f:'-,5,w4., V -,':?'4,'. .Hi L' FWZ I I L, 'f -' ff W M 2' iv , f 4 ' i x X T 47- if .aff-I f A - ., fa .H . ff ff 1, f , , VJ ,fs 'Af ff W-,4, f' Q . . f ,f a ff Cf Q - ,,,X I I .. I I J 'WW J f ?f fy? Ji' 41 12! ff'p,V"1 wwf, . ' f '.,,' .I ,f gfpwzlf V ,V fy , A X f?f.,!.,! FRESHMEN ADAMS, ALLEN D. ............ Prairie Village, Ks ADAMS, JOYCE L. ,..,................,. Winner, S. D ALBANO, MICHAEL J ......... 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WM J- rw-5? asf as sas 49543 f A assi? ALTMAN, JOAN E. .........,.. Prairie Village, Ks ANIOROSA, JERRY D ............. Kansas City, Mo ANDERSON, WILLIAM D .,..... Kansas City, Mo ANGERMAN, GEORGE G ......... Kansas City, Mo ARMSTRONG, ROGER W ....... Kansas City, Mo BACCHUS, CHARLES E ..... AIbuquerque,N.M BAIER, FREDERICK C ..... Webster Groves, Mo BAILEY, ANNE E .,................. Kansas City, Mo BAKER, RAYMOND L ............. Kansas City, Ks BRASH, EDWARD ..... ' ............. Kansas City, Mo Kansas City, Mo BARR, GEORGE H ...,............. BARRETT, ROBERT F. ................ Newark, N.J BARTLEY, LINDA J ........... ........... B utler, Mo. BEKART, DENIS A. .................... EImon't,N.Y. BENVENUTI, SANDRA A. .... Cherry VaIIey,III BERZAK, GERALD W ............... Glen Rock,N.J BEST, NAN .................... Shawnee Mission, Ks BIRD, STEPHEN J. ................ Brighton, Mass Kansas City, Mo BIXLER, NONA M ................. BLESSING, LARRY R. .,.......... Kansas City, Ks BLONSKY, MELVIN R ........... Kansas City, Mo BRENTSON, CAROLE L. ........ Kansas City, Mo BROWN, FAYE A ..............,..,... BUEHHG, WILLIAM E. ..s.. . BUFFA, M. DEAN ......... BURROW, JAMES BURSTEIN, HARVEY M.. BUTHER, JUANITA R .... Greensburg, Pa. ndependence, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. ..........Kansas City, Ks. .Shawnee Mission, Ks Kansas City, Mo CALDWELL, BETTY L. .,,...,.....,,,..,., Nlilan CARTER JAMES E. oARurH'ERs, LARRYAIEIEZLIE CHALMERS, LARRY A.. CHAUDET MILDRED CHENEY DAVID 0 CHICK STEPHEN B CLARKE JOANNE M CLEARS ARTHUR L , Mo Kansas City, Mo Kansas City, Mo Kansas City, Mo Kansas City Kansas City Kansas City Kansas City Levittown N Y NS FRESHMEN CLEM, CYNTHIA R. .............. Kansas City, Mo CLOCK, JAMES H. ,............... Kansas City,Mo COLE, JOHN M. .............,,.,,.. Kansas City Mo COLLARD, MARTHA..AIderwood Manor, Vllasnl CONWAY, CAROL J ............... Kansas City, Mo. CRAIN, LEWIS E ................,.. Kansas City, Mo. CRAMER TERRY L. ....... Kansas Cit Mo , .i..... y, . CRAVOTTA, JOHN A .,......... Central Islip, N.Y. CRAWFORD, ERNEST G. ...... Kansas City, Mo. CRAYTON, MICHELE A ......... Kansas City,Mo. CROUCH, JANET R ............. Overland Park, Ks. CROUSE, JUDY A. ........,..,..,. Kansas City, Mo. CROUSE, RONALD J ...........,..... Columbia, Mo. CROW, SALLY S ................... Kansas City,Mo DAMBROT, SHELDON H. ........ Wantagh,N.Y DARBY, WILLIAM D. .,.,.... Independence, Mo DAVIS, ELIZABETH A ................,,. Mission, Ks DAWE, CARL F. ................,..... Grandview, Mo DAYTON, RONALD D ............. Kansas City, Mo DERKS, DAVID A. .............. Overland Park, Ks DONNELLY, JO E. ...,............ Kansas City, lVl0. DUFFELMEYER, FRED A ............. Highland, MO. DUHL, JAY L ..................... Staten Island, N. Y. DURAND, ALBERT D .........,......... Palmyra, Mo. ECHOLS, DORTHIA L .......,.,... Kansas City, Mo. EISENBRANDT, JAMES L...Prairie Village, Ks. ELLMAKER, MARY S. .,,..... Independence, Mo. ENGLAND, ANGELA L ........... Kansas City, Mo. ERWIN, PATRICIA K. ................ Raytown, Mo. EVERT, GARY A ...,....... ........ C arroIIton,Mo. FARRELL, STEPHEN W ...........,. Kirkwood, Mo. FINFROCK, KAREN S ......... Lee's Summit, Mo. FINKEL, BARBARA S ............. Kansas City, Mo. FINLEY, GARY L. ...,..,....... Independence, Mo. FISCHER, WILLIAM G ................. Dittmer, Mo. 4 , 7' 5 4 5 9 ' SJ? f J. ,J I I X aff 'fe' 5 7k ff I 'lx 9" K 5 "Y an S4 Z? I f ,gh- i if J ", I ,, ,,,. ,, , . f fn fu. f 4 Y Tuff -,....vv 147 ' A 5 mai? ,- 5 ,Z . ff , H, , ' 1-1 Y 3 ,J 1121 is . ,r f i Q '? ... 45 L ' f' " . Q X 'Xl FLEMING, JOHN B. ...... Shawnee Mission, Ks. FOX, M. SUZANNE ........ Shawnee Mission, Ks. FREEMAN. MARILYN G. ............ BoICkOw.M0. FULLER, ROBERT B ,.....,,..,...,.. Pittsburgh, Pa. FULLERTON, JOIS I... ...... Prairie Village. 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Kansas City, MO. GILLESPIE, HOMER G .....,,.. New Cambria, Mo. GLAZER, FRAN E. .C...... Shawnee Mission, Ks. GLOVER, JAMES C. ........... . Overland Park, Ks. GODDARD, JAMES E ..,,........... Dodge City,Ks. GOLDBERG, STEPHEN H .....E..... Boston, Mass. GOLLY, NANCY A ....................... Leawood, Ks. GOODDEN, DENNIS D ........... Kansas City, Mo. GORDON, SCARLET K. .......... Kansas City, Mo. GRANTHAM, GARY B ............. Kansas City, Mo. GRAVES, NANCY J. ,..... ...... K ansas City, Mo GRAY, EVELYN M .......... ......Lexington, Mo GRIFFITH, PAULA C. ............ Kansas City, Mo GUICE, FRANCES ANN .... Grosse Pointe, Mich. GURAN, REFIK M. ................ IstanbuI,Turkey HAMILTON, SHARON E. ........Kansas City, Mo. HAMMERS, JOHN C. ............ Kansas City, Mo. HARRINGTON, DEAN ............ Kansas City, Mo. HARKER, DON L ................... Kansas City, Mo. HAUSFELD, STEWART .................. Bronx,N.Y. HENNESSY, DONALD P ............. Seacliff, N. Y. HENRY, OREN M. .............. ....... C Iinton, Mo. HERNIANN, ANNETTE R HERNANDEZ ALFONSO HERSHEY, Jiiiviiis R. .... III" ......ButIer, Mo. H ILES, BARBARA J. .............. Osawatomie, Ks HOEFER, BONNIE ......,....... HOFFMAN, BARRY L ............. Kansas City, Mo. HOGE, JEAN S ............ HOOTS WILLIAM L .... HOPKINS, MARGARETEEE ........Kansas City, Mo. ........Vernon, Ariz. .......Raytown, Mo. HOWARD, JERRY K ..................... Raytown, Mo. INZERILLO, BENNY B ........... Kansas City, Mo. JOHNSON, KERMIT L. ..........Kansas City, Mo. JONES, SANDRA J ....................... seiorrwrse, JONES, TEDDY J ...,......,,... Independence, Mo. KANAREK, LEWIS B. .,............ New York, N,Y, KEMPTON, REBECCA S ....... Shenandoah, Iowa .Kansas City, Mo. ...Kansas City, Mo. Independence, Mo: Park, Ks. City, Mo. City, Mo. bria, Mo. rsion, Ks. Park, Ks. City, Ks. in, Mass. food, Ks. City, Mo. City, Mo. City, Mo. City, Mo , Mo Mo I gton City te, Mich. I, Turkey City, Mo. City, Mo. City, Mo. City, Mo. Jnx, N. Y. Iiff, N. Y. iton, Mo. rtler, Mo. City, Mo. City, Mo. Dmie, Ks. ence, Mo. City, Mo. City, Mo. ion, Ariz. own, Mo. own, Mo. City, Mo. City, Mo. KESER, WILLIAM A. ........... . KIM WEY S. ........... . KLEIN, ANTOINETTEEEOEOEEL KLUG, SANDRA wi. ............. . KORF, TRUDY R ........ ........ KOUTSOUBOS, TED A ....,..... KRISS, EDWARD W. ..... . KUEHL, JINIEE L ........,..,.,,..... .Kansas City, ........Kansas City, ......Leawood, Ks Kansas City, Mo Kansas City, Mo Kansas City, Mo Kansas City, Mo .......Liberty, Mo Ks KUHN, WARNALEE ........ Shawnee Mission, KULLA, GREGORY W. .,................ Dittmer, Mo .XLR 1' S LANCASTER, TONI I ............. Kansas City, Mo. LANDRETH, JO A. ........ Shawnee Mission, Ks. LANG, JOHN R. .............,.....,...... Shawnee, Ks. LAPOINT, DONALD J...CoIorado Springs, Colo. LAWHEAD, SANDRA L ........... LEBONTE, GEORGE L... LEWIS, JAMES J ............ LONG, EDWARD M ,,,,.,,,,,,,,, LONGFELLOW, ALAN L. LOWE, GARY E. ...,,.,,.,,,....,, . LOWE, PATRICIA M ....... LUCAS, MICHAEL E. ........... . Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo .........MarshfieId, Mo .Kansas City, Mo ............Phoenix, Ariz .Kansas City, Mo ..........CarrolIton, Mo Kansas City, Mo LUETKEMEYER, WILLIAM A ....... RushvilIe,III MANIETT, WILLIAM C ........... Kansas City, MD NIANKWITZ, RADINE ............ Kansas City, Mo MANNES, KENNETH H. ........ Kansas City,Mo MARINO, GEORGE .............. Central Isli ,N.Y D MARKS, JANE ........................ Kansas City, Mo MARSH, MIKHAIL A. ............ Kansas City, Mo MARTASIN, SHARON L. ....... . MASI, ANTHONY ................... MATNEY, HAROLD V ............. MATTHYS ROBERT J. . MATZELLE. EDWARD MAYO, MARGARET A ............ IVICCANN, MARY A ....... ........Kansas City, Mo MCCLARY. HUBERT C ........... Kansas City, Mo .....PeIharn, N. Y Kansas City, Mo .Platte City, Mo Kansas City, Mo .Garden City. Ks ...Boonville Mo X ...Af XM" . .vxx .X ..- - -L Q , ' .f f -'nn' 1 X N W FX si Q O xx N S X Q X x A X xx? 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Kansas CIW, M0- MCKIMMEY, LARRY C ..................... Lane,IVlo- MCLAUGHLIN, WILLIAM L ..... Kansas City, Mo. MCMILLIAN, JOSEPH E ......... Kansas City, Ks. MECHENICH, PHYLLIS J. MEDILL, ROBERT W. ............... . MELSON, TED E ................... MERRICR, JAMES W ............. METZGER, MICHELLE A ......, Kansas City, Mo. Parkville, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. MEYER, JUDITH A. ............................ Hull, lil. MONCKTOH, LINDA J ...............,. Leawood, KS. MONTROSE, BRUCE K .,..... Prairie Village, Ks. MOORE, SUZANNE .................. Carnegie,OkIa. MORRISON, CHUCK ................ Oak Grove, Mo. MORTON, JUDITH L ............. Kansas City, Mo. MULLIN, RICHARD G ........... Kansas City, Mo. MUNGER, THOMAS J. .......... Kansas City, Mo. MURRAY, JAMES E ...... NIXON, JAMES F. ......Kansas City, Mo. .........Leawood, Ks. NORWICH, MICHAEL ........ University City, Mo. OAKS, RICHARD .................... Kansas City, Mo. 0'NEILL, WILFRED J. ........ Prairie ViIIage,Ks. OSBOURN, JUDITH A. .................. OIathe,Ks. OWINGS, GALE B ........ ......... R aytown, Mo. PABST, WILLIAM W ......... Lake Lotawana, Mo. PACHTER, WILLIAM J ..........s Kansas City, Mo. PADDOCK CHARLES E Kansas City, Mo. PARRIsH,' B. EUGENE .filllfllxansas City, Mo. PAVLISH, ALLEN T ...... ........CIeveIand, Ohio PETERSEN, MILDRED L ......... Kansas City, Mo. PETOCZ WAYNE M. Paramus, N. J. PHILLIPIDE, cHRIsToPHER"L."k5nsas City, Mo PHILLIPS, KENNETH A ......... Kansas ony, Mo PIPER, CAROL S ................. Biue Springs, Mo. POLYZOIDES, GEORGE D ......... Athens, Greece PORN, KATHLEEN A ..,,.....,,,.,,.,., Leawood,Ks, PRATHER, ROBERT H. .............. Galesburg, III, QUINN, JOSEPH P. ..... ...... K ansas City, Mo. RABY, SANDRA K ........ ...... K ansas City, Mo. fa REID, ROBERT E .,..,....,..... Independence, Mo, REVOLLO, MARIO F .............., Kansas City, Mo. RICHARDS, KATHY D. ......,... Kansas City, Mo. RICKEY, KENNETH F ................,.... BetheI,Ks. ROBERSON, CARLEENE R ............. Mission, Ks. ROBERTSON, ROBERTAL ...., Kansas Cit Mo RODGERS, RANDOLPH Yi - M ..... Kansas City, Mo. ROSENTHAL, ROBERT W ......,.. New York, N.Y. RUSSELL, LINDA J. .............. Kansas City, Mo. SALKEN, THOMAS J ............. Mt. Prospect, III. SANDERS, WILLIAM R. .... Independence, Mo. SANDIFAR, JAMES R. .........,Kansas City, Mo. SCHULTE, BEVERLY J. ..........L..... Liberty, Mo. SCOTT, MARY J ..,.,...,. ...............,.Omaha, Neb. SHARP, RICHARD D ............. Kansas City, Mo. SHELTON, JOHN E.... SHERARD, JULIE H.., SHINDLER, CAROI-YN .,.........Kansas City, Mo. ...............,..Mission, Ks. J ..,.... Roeland Park, Ks. SHIVELY, ROGER E ............. Overland Park,Ks. SHORE, RICHARD J ...........,... Kansas City, Mo. SHRIVER, DARRELL L .,.................BeIton, Mo. SHUBERT, LESTER E .......,......... GIendale,NIO. SHUMATE, ROBERT C SIMMONS, BILLY D.. ..,,.......Kansas City, Mo. ...........Kansas City, Mo. ' ' Ks SIMS, ROY D .t.,,,..A,,,.,. ............ M ission, . SMART, SHARON M.. ...........Kansas City, Mo. ' ' SMITH, ABNER J. ........,....... Kansas City, Mo. J , SMITH, DOROTHY M ..,,,,,,,,.....,t,,.. Adrian, Mo. , .5 , SMITH, SATIN ......t....,.. ExceIsiorSprings,Mo. ,,iiL, jf, SOLTZ, WILLIAM H. ,,,,.....,.. Kansas City, Mo. I ...Lg.sfL, 50 '- SPRAGUE, LINDA L. ............ Kansas City, SPRINGER, GARY R. .,,,........ Kansas City, SPRINGOB, ROBERT R ........, Kansas City, STALLINGS, JOHN L ..,......,.., Kansas City, STOCKLEN, JUDITH A. ,,...,,. Kansas City, 'W' ., 'WV ' vw' 1' z v , 1" ,f , ff f ! W fig me W , -if 1 '-fi . .fi 'E STONE, JACK W ,,,,................ STOUT. BRAD S. ,.,...,....,.... . STRELLUF, CYNTHIA R .....,,.. Kansas City. Mo STURDEVANT, STEPHEN L.,,Kansas City, M0 ,Kansas City. Ks. .,..ParkviIIe, Mo. SUPER. BRUCE H ...,....,....,... Kansas City, Mo. Us ff ix :r t f, fs' s ., v . - ff X I 'f C 7 . J J. if ' fs ,sf ff' fGf I X . ,ff fu ji sa--fy. VOY- , , f Q! E 4, .y Ay s X fd R f A f 0 , sf X 1 Q f, R 44? I X, A OJ f Q f RQ X ff O L sffzmiiifif' A fi s, ,O ,. su ,g I Z ,,,, fm I 1-.E 1, l if f Q- as I ff X 1 Xi f , EM if 1 Q A f O , f ff f f Z ff ff 4 f I Q , 84 SWITZIER, CAROL I ......... Prairie Village, Ks. TALBOT, BILLIE I ........... Independenpe, MO. TAYLOR, JAMES D ............. Kansas City, M0- TODD, ED A ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. Overiand Park, Ks. TURNBULL, ROBERT G ....... Kansas City, Mo. TYSON, BARBARA L ...s............. Raytown, MO. WADE, ROBERT O ............. WAGNER, ALEEN A .....,,..... WALKER, DONALD F ......... WALKER, VOLANDIA .......... WARD, LARRY D ................ , .........Kansas City, Mo. WEDDLE, FORREST E ......... WEDDLE, SHARON F WEAVER, DON K ....., Kansas City, Mo. .Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, MO. Kansas City, Mo. .Garden City Mo. .Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, MO. WESTON, WILLIAM R1Q1QIQi5raIrIe vinage, Ks. WHALEY, WILLIAM T ......... Mt. Vernon, N. Y. WHEELOCK, KENNETH ........ Kansas City, MO. WICKHAM, LAWRENCE A ..... Kansas City, Mo. WILLIAMS, CLARENCE E ..... Kansas City, Mo. WILLY, THOMAS R ............. Kansas City, Mo. WILSON, EDWIN, IR ...,....... Higginsville, Mo. WOOD, LAMONT H ..... Shawnee Mission, Ks. WORDEN, MARY H ............. Kansas City, Mo. WORRELL KATHIE I YAISER, RICHARD A111111 ........Leawood, Ks. Jersey City, N. J. ZALIN, BARBARA E ..................... Sedalia ZIEGER, EMORY J... ZIEGLER JEANNE E , MO ..........Kansas City, MO MO Kansas City ZOLOTOR, RONALD 'R-.'.'.'.-.-.L-.-.Kansas ciryi Mo BUSINESS GRADUATE STUDENT BUSINESS SENIORS ABRAM, TRUMAN M ..,...... Kansas City, Mo. Bachelor of Business Administration, Ac- counting. BAILEY, JOHN L ................, Kansas City, Mo. Bachelor of Business Administration, Fi- nance, Chaplain, Treasurer, and President, Tau Kappa Epsilon. BRIGHT, MARVIN L ........... Kansas City, Mo. Bachelor of Business Administration. CARMEAN, MACK P ...........,. Kansas City, Mo. Bachelor of Business Administration. CHURCHMAN, AUBREY L ..... Kansas City Mo. Bachelor of Business Administration: Ac- counting, Kansas City Junior College, As- sociate of Arts. CROSNER, MICHAEL R ....... Kansas City, Mo. Bachelor of Business Administration. FERGUSON, SANDRA L ....... Kansas City, Mo. Bachelor of Business Administration, Ac- counting, Historian, Delta Alpha, Vice- President and Treasurer, Cho Chin, Secre- tary-Treasurer, Business School, Student Council Social Committee, Student Center Board, Representative, American Law Stu- dent Association, Representative, Univer- sity Center Convention. GURLEY, RONALD W ......... Kansas City, Mo. Bachelor of Business Administration, Mar- keting. GUY, DOUGLAS R ............. Kansas City, Mo. Bachelor of Business Administration, Mar- ket-Retailing, Nu Rho Psi, Governing Board of All-Student Business School Association. HARRISON, ROBERT R ............. Olathe, Kans. Bachelor of Business Administration. HILL, ROBERT W ............. Sweet Springs, Mo. Bachelor of Business Administration, Fi- nance. HILLS, DAVID R ...............,. Kansas City, Mo. Bachelor of Business Administration. HOOK, CHARLES R ............. Kansas City, Mo. Bachelor of Business Administration. KNOCHE, JOHN P ........................, Belton, Mo. Bachelor of Business Administration. KRAFT, DONALD H ............. Kansas City, Mo. Bachelor of Business Administration, Mar- keting, Kansas City Junior College, Asso- ciatje of Arts, Dean Frederick's Reading Clu . LAWLESS, MICHAEL J ....... Kansas City, Kans. Bachelor of Business Administration. LUETKEMEYER, ROBERT K ..... Rushville, lll. Bachelor of Business Administration, Ac- counting, Dean's List, Treasurer, Dorm Council. MARTASIN, NEIL B ........... Kansas City, Mo. Bachelor of Business Administration, Kan- sas City Junior College, Associate of Arts. MARVIN, JOHN F ................. Kansas City, Mo. Bachelor of Business Administration. MATTHEWS, LARRY I ......, Kansas City, Kans. Bachelor of Business Administration. MONTGOMERY, ROBERT C ..,............ . ........ o City, . Bachelor of Business Administration. MYERS, IVAN L ...,............. Kansas City, Mo. Bachelor of Business Administration, Ac- counting, Dean's List. NIGRO, ALEX A .,.......,....... Kansas City Mo. Bachelor of Business Administration, Ac- counting. T' ' r r- f of ,944 , I 1 L2 ' ' , .4 , 1 2 7 Z f fi ef .dll .-S A M , E' U" ff ji ,f',..' ' ,J Xff' are ., .' I ,A aj A O 1 M A ' N f " as ,ms -' X sg' SNS? 144 ,'f,fs'7" rkxxli , vv E- ,I '94 'ff if qi fit? D K ,. ' "Nw: ,4I5i.f 4 me H V, ff 'bf' f1.Jw't2sfo-s, s s f fflmx tg gx f, f f ' afifaalafs .. 'f 1.1, .1 f. ,wg , f at I "" I , I -5" r,.,... It . - -- . ' fe ?'???"41f , ' A GW' v gtzifgff "fag A ., f t f . f -...z" JUNIORS BROWN, JAMES L ............... Kansas City, Mo. CLARK, WADE E ............... Kansas City, Mo. CLEMENSON, DAVID E ....... Kansas City, Mo. CREVELT, JAMES R ............. Kansas City, Mo. DART, ROGER G ....... ...... L eawood, Kans. EATON, FRANK R ................. Kansas City, Mo. EKLUND, GERALD R ............. Kansas City, Mo. ERNST, JOSEPH F., JR ..... Independence, Mo. FERGUSON, JAMES L ........... Kansas City, Mo. FIDDLER, JIMMIE C. ............ Kansas City, Ks. GILE, HERBERT R ...,............. Kansas City, Mo KELLER, CARL L ............... Prairie Village, KS: MACRORIE, KENNETH L ........... ParkviIIe,Mo MILLER, DONALD L ............. Kansas City,Mo MULKEY, JAMES A ............... Kansas City,Mo POINTER, JOHN D ...... ,..... K ansas City,Mo RECORD, GERALD L ......... Independence, Mo REMIS, LAURENCE A ........... Kansas City,Mo RICE, WILLIAM .................... Kansas City,Mo SHELDON, JEFFREY L ........... Kansas City, Mo - sz S s.,,i X ,ff ' ff ' mmf '. as ,f gg ang., Z, I I ay rf X 43 ,lf,f.. 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Kansas city, Ks: of Y as .. - vfrsw- g. - .., . 4, .,. ct QWNASWS .YZ 'Sf . 0 1, f s 4 5 2 gvqgxx B X 4 Wx x bf saws. X, wi f I S f C Z , . ' mm as H sy, W Q5 sz' s A Q I, C , N A K f 47 X .A asf s ss 4 f A 4 X sg, x K X445 CONSERVATO RY GRADUATE STUDENTS GRAY, CHARLES M ...........,. Kansas City, MO. RUSK, NANCY E .,,,,. ........., L awrence, Kans. SPENCER, JAMES ,,...,C..,..,.,C Kansas City, Mo. THE CONSERVATORY'S EXPERIMENTAL MU- SIC CLASS teaches the younger generation the basic elements of rhythm through group participation in musical games. i , , i .N i, 4 ij T K i i i P f f 'wif f i 0 f? f 9 X , ,, QW... , ., W X 4 Q . 44- Qs f if , fs A if 61 fi X OCD ffv , so iff? f f , Q x '4- Q sf 5 f 7 C 2 C E f , s 3 - ea -We , ,W ff - " 'N a Q s X f ZX M Av X V BY' 'Q W f if Z 5 S 144 f f sas ,. fy f X Qpq f aw A sfff 5 f fw -VA.. .aria if V 4, hssvzs'-2252? 5 Q' so W 5621-321522 , May f 1 'e 9 f YQ AWD' 2 in fb . , fy., f fs s ag,??A,,, .,., ' 7 U wf, . ,f f A sts-fs-af -' . ,sf .f-f ws-Z?'f?g'Wfi? a ff. -' of 7 ,ws Mx: .21 'Qs-W6 1:-2i.?'i'55' fha U' Lift r ' ,, ' Wgyfffi ,f,f,z,..W ,, ,. ,,. .ff ,. A Q ,,. . .i , X .Q "y. ,. 4. 'Wssjff .- 272 BUTLER PHILLIP ...... BRUNS, HELEN ...................... ALLEE, JANE A. .................... Kansas City, BEZEMER, CARROLL ...... ' ........ Kansas City, Kansas City, , ............ Kansas City, FOSTER, SHERMAN M ........... Kansas City, GRAHAM, JANE M ............. Independence, HOOK, WALTER ................,... Kansas City, STEWART, HELEN G. ............ Kansas City, A , THOMPSON, BECKY A ................. Merriam, SOPHOMORES BARGER, VALDA ........................ ....,,,.,,, K ansas City, Mo, BOLLINGER, BARBARA A ......... ,.......... K ansas City, Mo. DILLE, JOYCE A ..............,....., GOPMAN, SEYMOUR A .....,... IZZARD, DAVID A .......... PETTIT, SHARON E ....... ROGERS, RICHARD S. ..... . SUTTON, MARY E. ....... . FRESHMEN BARTLETT, JAMES R. ...... . COGHILL, LILIAN M. ........ . COLE, CHARMAINE ............ FRANZ, MAYBELLE B. ...... . GASKILL, JAMES L. ,,,,,...,. . GRIFFITHS SHARON K.. HALLinAY,' MIRIANI A .... 111111 WEBER, ANITA A ............... .......Kansas City, Mo. .......Kansas City, Mo. ...........Kansas City, Mo. ...........Kansas City, Mo. .......Kansas City, Mo. Independence, Mo. .........Bethany, Mo. ...Kansas City, Mo. ...........Kansas City, Mo ........0verIand Park, Ks. .......Kansas City, Mo .......Kansas City, Mo ....Kansas City, Mo. ..........Chanute, Ks. Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Ks 'V I l i l BLECHA, RALPH F ............... Kansas City, Mo. BOX, RONALD W .........,, Kansas City, Kans. DEMPSEY, GARY D ....,..........., Maryville, Mo. DIBLE, DOUGLAS H ..... Prairie Village, Kans. EICHKORN, ROBERT M ....... Kansas City, Mo. EISENBERG, BARRY G ....... Kansas City, Mo. ELLIS, GLENDA L .........,, Kansas City, Kans. HITCHCOCK, JAMES Amlndependence, Mo. HOLT, ELEANOR K ................... Mission, Kans. JOHNSON, JANET A ......,...... Kansas City, Mo. JUMARA, JOHN J ....... Prairie Village, Kans. KINNAMON, NANCY B ........... Raytown, Mo. LOCKREY, CHET LEE ........ Kansas City, Kans. OGLE, DORA K ....,........ Overland Park, Kans. OTTEN, JUDITH J ....,.........,.,.....,.. Liberty, Mo. PEAK, BILLIE J .......,,.....,.,...,,, Grinnell, Iowa SCOTT, MICHAEL L ......,.. Kansas City, Mo. STALKER, STEPHEN T ...,... Kansas City, Mo. STOLZ, RITA E ................... Kansas City, Mo. STOLZ, RUTH M ..........,.... Kansas City, Mo. X .nf J wwf' Y 'F' Y' SX sf iv 'LE EM Y a?" 6 ' I Wx ,C ' xt , va' sf ty XT' ,.: 7 5 Q 2 ' , V1 ' 1 r l ' ,ft if 'S' F f ' f ff' J '-is gf ,V A W, ,,.., LO, ,,,A P ' .V "- . 2? ,. . X . Y N 'l - ,. A ff' ' ' Qs, f A Q ', ' , T X", ' L- . ' A A 'J 4? 46" ' L -f 6' ' - ., J ' .I . V -' . .-Q - i' 1 --I J . , 1 g f f A f V21 1 ' - 4' ,, . ,ff -, ,J if 1-,QL , ' , fl ' K , . Ziff . 41 51 K . A F N, J' , K 5, , -1 pf . .s - ,a ' ' 'h te T. 3 'V Q'-' Y M f' ' I , lituef 0 , .-fa: - 1,-rx" VOLKART, BETTYE S ..,.. Prairie Village, Kans. A WlLLlAMS, LINDA K ......... Kansas City, Mo. 5 ttf a '5 if Z . ,, E STUDENTS lN FOUNDATIONS .OF MUSIC at CLASS are given an introduction to the ffl finer points of music appreciation by Mrs. v A A Mackie. i L-I ,I 2 1 1 ,. 3, .V 9 . III. I-L s 3 I ' I . H f j , 1 11. :I ' 3 I fff I' I f 4 , ' ' L ' ii . ' :I ' ll I E I4 , L ,5 wi4"Z24?Zf, . a ff ,a ff -ff I 2. ii I . ,. f 2 I Ll' I I If I 1, i I . , I I I I I I II II " I , L 'L NL III L I .II L I ,, :ti y I I I I ' I :I ' I I I .. , , L Ili. L , , I I Ll I' ALI. I I II I , L1 I ' X .IIE PLT Q I II ' . , I ,I II I I I ' in tg . ,I MANN, GILBERT E ...,.,......... Sierra Vista, Ariz. I: IV I I MCROBERT, LOWELL M ............. Memphis, Mo. I PADGHAM, ROSS A ............. Overland Park, Ks. I STRNAD, JARDON .................. Kansas City, Mo. IIV iw . :LI . I Ill, i I' I , If L L' I, Q I If . I I 1 VAUGHAN, O. B .... ................. K ansas City, Mo. f : 7 WELCH, JOE F ................. Oklahoma City, Okla. ,,,. jk WHITEHEAD, JAMES R. ........ Kansas City, Mo. . ev, ,., .L, WOOD, 0. F. ........................ Kansas City, Nlo. L I Q I 5 I I I I I D, -... DENTISTRY GRADUATE STUDENTS DISTLEHORST, FRED W. FRANCE, CHARLES C.... BLOOM, RODNEY ............., Los Angeles, Calif. CALLINDER, RICHARD S ....... Kansas City, Mo. ........Kansas City, Mo. .........Forest City, Mo. FULTZ, HOWARD L. .............. Kansas City, Mo. GIBSON, CYLDE M. .............. Kansas City, Mo. GREGORAK WILLIAM .Kansas City, Mo. HICKMAN, 'FRENCH Effffllf ...,.. Raytown, ivlo. KELLY, VINCENT M. ...... . ...Overland Park, Ks. KIRKPATRICK, REUBEN A ............. Tulsa, Okla. QL NE. a sv sis 4 eb as-as:M.s4..szw,,ww,,,w-UL, .L, L. L .-fem svf., L-asm' L.. L I - Q15 ' E ' - s - L X 'RL Q S f L rwsmas L L R ws as Z L as is Q ,firm ,masu if Q sAL.L.aLL,Lv L LL sssw.. QM,-fs. f.,, ,A Ls SEQ? 'fs L f' pls.-"TAX V Lr L, Lx - L - , saZw,iff33 is fwfsr L - SM Jw X zL:f2Nf.,f wk- 1 ,a-,Lf L, L L sw, .ss I r x' 1 -.Lf .vs .- imaerftsytsgstggs ,-si, L,e,,L,L ,La gum! :xx Q nz, L, L -my L 'L,L,Lr,1,.,s,L', Kfifrfs1?Qs4sSL sm, 4 r L , L, gkvbux., L..,L,,1 L xS?:isw'RYv21X .r : P: I 1 w ,QV ,L XqXQi,,xL iw, N3 L 4 wir If S X 3. ,S-ZL s Iris L. x L r .uf .f IJSYEQQQ fy, frm. 5, s ,Qs Lx -L ,sg , r:Lx,aff L :Q , ' 4.4 X . F" , ' Mn! i I . , Sn- T' ilif. Vlo. Ao. Jlo. Mo. Mo. Mo. Mo. ,Ks. Okla. f M. .. zif aifir' f A ,At T K DENTISTRY SENIORS ABBOTT, HAMES H ....,...........,.. Olathe, Kans. B. S. from Kansas State University. BAKER, ROBERT L., JR ......,.... Stillwell, Okla. B. S. from Northeastern Oklahoma State College, Delta Sigma Delta, American Dental Association. BARR, DONALD W ................. St. Joseph, Mo. Dean's List, Senior Class Secretary-Treas- urer, Xi Psi Phi, American Dental Associa- tion. BEADLES, CHARLES E., JR ..... Columbia, Mo. B. S. from University of Missouri, Men's Residence Hall Association, Treasurer, Psi Omega, Univegsity Center, Night Manager. BLAICH, WARREN K .,............. Parsons, Kans. B. A. from Phillips University, Delta Sigma Delta, Scribe. BLOSS, JAMES L ................. Kansas City, Mo. B. A. from William Jewell College, Delta Sigma Delta. BROOKSHIRE, JACK L ............... Salida, Colo. A. S. from Mesa College, B. S. from Colo- rado State College, Psi Omega. BROWN, JAMES O ............. Kansas City, Mo. B. S. from University of Kansas City, Delta Sigma Delta. BROWN, ROBERT F ................. Burrton, Kans. Delta Sigma Delta. BURK, NORMAN ........................ Tulsa, Okla. B. S. from Oklahoma University, Delta Sigma Delta, Bushwhacker Skit Committee. CHANG, JAMES C. C ........... Tainan, Formosa B. S. from Bethel College, M. S. from Kan- sas State University. CHANNER, JOHN C ....... Oklahoma City, Okla. B. A. from Oklahoma City University. CHOCK, JAMES G. G ................................... ..............................Kahaluu, Oahu, Hawaii B. S. from University of Michigan. CORLEY, RICHARD W ................. Tulsa, Okla. B. S. from University of Kansas City, Delta Sigma Delta. CRAVEN, MARTIN D...Excelsior Springs, Mo. All Student Association, Vice-President, Vice-President, Freshman Class, Delta Sigma Delta, Social Chairman, American Dental Association, Personnel Committee, Chairman, Bushwhacker Skit Committee. CRUTCHFIELD, DAVID L...Bartlesville, Okla. Delta Sigma Delta, American Dental Asso- ciation. DEMETER, TEDDY L ..... Oklahoma City, Okla. Xi Psi Phi. DEWELL, HAL L .....,..........,....,, Bucklin, Kans. B. A. from Kansas State Teachers College at Emporia, Delta Sigma Delta, Treasurer, Worthy Master, 1962 Kangaroo, Dental Editor, Bushwhacker Committee. DICKSON, DALE D .................,. Topeka, Kans. B. S. from Washburn University, Delta Sigma Delta, Bushwhacker Committee. DIEHL, VERNON M ................, Dighton, Kans. B. A. from Kansas University, Delta Sigma Delta, American Dental Association. DODSON, ROBERT E ............. Ellsworth, Kans. B. S. from Kansas State University, Delta Sigma Delta. DONELSON, HARLO L ............... Palmyra, Mo. A. A. from Hannibal-LaGrange Junior Col- lege, B. A. from Central College, Delta Sigma Delta, Grand Master, Rush Chairman, Student Clinication Representative to American Dental Association Convention. DONOVON, UHL D ............, Kansas City, Mo. B. A. from University of Missouri, Psi Omega, Secretary. DOUTHITT, C. GLENN .......... Pierce City, Mo. B. S. from University of Kansas City, Delta Sigma Delta. ' f A Laguna 5.3 ff' -. 'TE' ,--N 315 .X 3 v .N5 . X X XM ,lx 3. S ow, X 7 gg. s 3f9t.x1"xXIQ, NH Wt wifi? . A glare 5:-...ii S- if w :X M 'Y As : QSZEQQY as -s f. ' 'rs ,s-5,55-,gs N '- A :A R , Q . 5 'N44 xx-' ,W Q T21-H af f 10' Agri" .av ,. nr 'Q '37 , .,. ., K " . 3' 1 1 NF' f vii? 7 Aj 'W aaa I -may 'UK EASTIN, CHESTER D ............. Cushing, Okla- EDWARDS, A. c .......n............... Hamilton, Nlo. B. S. from University of Kansas City, Delta Sigma Delta. EIVIERY, THOMAS E ,,,,..4,.,....... Wichita, Kans. B. A. from Kansas University, Delta Sigma Delta. FLYNN, DENNIS D ..................... Tulsa, Okla- B. A. from Oklahoma State University, Delta Sigma Delta. FOSTER, RICHARD A ............... Republic, lVlo. Delta Sigma Delta. FREEMAN, JAMES F ..... Oklahoma City, Okla. FRIEND, WILLIAM J ......... Independence, Mo. Xi Psi Phi. GLASS, ARTHUR J ....................... Ellis, Kans. Delta Sigma Delta, American Dental As- sociation. GREENBLATT, FRED D ............. Denver, Colo. Delta Sigma Delta, Freshman Scholarship Award, Omicron Kappa Upsilon. GRIFFIN, ROBERT L ........... Russellville, Ark. B. S. from Arkansas Tech, Delta Sigma Delta. GRIMES, JIIVIMIE C ............... Parsons, Kans. American Dental Association GRISHAM, JOHN P ....... Cape Girardeau, Mo. Delta Sigma Delta. HALL, ALBERT E ......................... Leoti, Kans. B. A. from University of Wichita, Xi Psi Phi. HARRISON, JON E: .................. Oswego, Kans. B. S. from University of Kansas, Dean's List, President, Senior Class, Executive Council, President, Delta Sigma Delta. HARUTUN, P. DAVID .................... Joplin, Mo. Delta Sigma Delta. HAWLEY, DONALD L ........... McPherson, Kans. B. S. from McPherson College, Vice-Pres- ident, Senior Class, Executive Council, Secretary-Treasurer, Xi Psi Phi. HEMINGWAY, GLENN A ....... Hornersville, Mo. B. S. from Southeast Missouri State Col- lege, Delta Sigma Delta. HILLIS, ROBERT E ............. Kansas City, Mo. B. A. from Westminster College, Delta Sigma Delta. HOWE, ARTHUR .......... ........ M obile, Ala. JENKINS, WAYNE A ................. Nampa, Idaho B. S. from Brigham Young University, Delta Sigma Delta. JONES, LYNN B ................... Tahlequah, Okla. B. S. from Northeast Oklahoma State Col- lege, Delta Sigma Delta, Scribe, Bush- whacker Committee. KAHMANN, ANTHONY G ......... Seattle, Wash. Delta Sigma Delta. KNEZ, TOM .....................,.... Kansas City, Mo. KRAMER, RAYMOND L ..... Kansas City, Kans. Delta Sigma Delta, Bushwhacker Commit- tee, University of Kansas. LACY, ROBERT E ....,......,,,,.,,,,,,,,, lola, Kans, B. A. from University of Kansas, Xi Psi Phi, Dental School Directory, Co-Editor. LAMB, KENT A .....,,..,.,..... Kansas City, Mo, B.-S. from University of Kansas City, Delta Sigma Delta. LANEY, KENNETH O ..,...,,. Kansas City, Kans. B. S. from University of Kansas City, Delta Sigma Delta. LLOYD, WAYNE A ........... Salt Lake City, Utah LO PO-CHUEN ....,............. Hon Kon China Y g gl B. S. from Washburn University, Xi Psi Phi. LUMPKIN, LAWRENCE L ..... Kansas City, Mo. B. A. from University of Kansas City, Psi Omega. LYNCH, JOE R .,.....,........... Fort Smith, Ark. B. S. from University of Arkansas, Delta Sigma Delta. MANLEY, LOUIS C ..,............ Little Rock, Ark. MARSHALL, JAMES W .....,... Claremore, Okla. MARTIN, DARYL J ................... St. Louis, Mo. B. S. from University of Missouri, Xi Psi Phi. MCCONKAY, RICHARD R ........... Tulsa, Okla. Delta Sigma Delta. McHUGH, EARL S ............. Kansas City, Mo. B. A. from Cornell University, Delta Sigma Delta. McKlNLEY, L. LARRY .......,.... Palmer, Alaska B. S. from University of Kansas City, Bushwhacker Committee, Decorations Co- Chairman. McNUTT, GEORGE W., Jr ........................... City, Kans. B. S. from University of Kansas City, Delta Sigma Delta. MENGES, PAUL B ................. Shawnee, Okla. B. A. from Oklahoma Baptist University, Dean's List, Dental Executive Council, Vice- President, President, Junior Class 1961, Xi Psi Phi, President, All Student Associa- tion, Finance Committee. METZGER, FLOYD D ....... Council Grove, Kans. B. S. from Kansas State University, Delta Sigma Delta. MILLER, WILLIAM A ................. Beaver, Utah B. S. from Brigham Young University. MOORE, ROBERT W ............... Mission, Kans. B. S. from Missouri Valley College, Xi Psi Phi NAKAKURA, ALBERT K ....... Honolulu, Hawaii B. A. from University of Hawaii. NEAL, WILLIAM D ............. Bartlesville, Okla. B. S. from Oklahoma State University, Delta Sigma Delta. NELSON, THOMAS L., JR ....... Bethel, Kans. B. S. from University of Kansas City, Delta Sigma Delta. OKANO, THOMAS M ........... Honolulu, Hawaii B. A. from University of Hawaii. PITCOCK, ROBERT Ee, JR ........... Tulsa, Okla. B. S. and B. A. from University of Tulsa, Delta Sigma Delta. RATTON, RALPH R.. .......... Kansas City. Mo. .way ,Wy-7 -.,.,s!,s,- .. ., is 2 .. cs? REID, JERE K ....................... Carlsbad, N. M. B. S. from New Mexico State University. Xi Psi Phi, American Dental Association. RETHORST, JAMES L .,............. Wichita, Kans. B. A. from Southwestern College, Winfield, Kans., Xi Psi Phi, American Dental Asso- ciation. RICE, RICHARD B., Jr ......... Lordsburg, N. M. B. S. from New Mexico State University, Xi Psi Phi. RICHARDSON, GLENN E ............... Slater, Mo. B. S. from Central Missouri State College. Xi Psi Phi. ROBERTSON, FRANCIS D ........... Bolivar, Mo. B. S. from University of Kansas City, Delta Sigma Delta. ROGERS, CHARLES W ......... Waverly, Kans. B. S. from Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Xi Psi Phi. ROSNIK, JOHN C ........ ......... D enver, Colo. Delta Sigma Delta. RUBLE, JAMES R ............ . .... Woodward, Okla. RUBRIGHT, WILLIAM C ............. Godfrey, Ill. B. A. from Westminster College, Xi Psi Phi, Post Sophomore Research Fellowship 1959 RUNCK, MERLE E ....... .......... C ortez, Colo. Delta Sigma Delta. RUSSELL, C. SCOTT .................. Altus, Okla. B. S. from Oklahoma State University. SCHELP, JOHN M ................... Lexington, Mo. B. S. from Central Missouri State College- Xi Psi Phi. SIMMONS, JAMES C ................. El Reno, Okla. Delta Sigma Delta. SPARKS, BENJAMIN L .....,. Kansas City, Mo. B. S. from University of Kansas City, Delta Sigma Delta, Rush Chairman. SPENCE, PETER K ................... Denver, Colo. B. S. from Colorado State University, Psi Omega, Dental Executive Council, Sopho- more Class Vice President. SPENCER, CHARLES D ............... Tulsa, Okla. Delta Sigma Delta. STAAB, RONALD M ................... Topeka, Kans. Xi Psi Phi, American Dental Association. STEINHAUER, PETER F ............. Golden, Colo. B. S. from University of Colorado, Psi Omega, President, President, lnterfrater- nity Council. STRACK, ROBERT E ....................... lola, Kans. B. S. from Kansas State College at Pitts- burg, Xi Psi Phi. STUART, ALGIE S ................... Wichita, Kans. SWEENEY, JAMES M ........... Kansas City, Mo. Victor Wilson Scholarship, All Student As- sociation, Dental Representative, Presi- dent, Freshman Class 1959, Dental Execu- tive Council. TERAOKA, HARRY H ........... Honolulu, Hawaii B. S. from Gustavus College. THOMPSON, NORMAN N ....... Emporia, Kans. f ' ,wwf -+V! .f ,f 17' i ,U gifs' 1 Q S7 P S . ? ,. S ff .f 41- Q f W 'SY' 1 f J, .ks 59 3 tg' V SWIRNVM l B. A from Em oria State Teachers Colle e - D E I B. S. from Emporia State Teachers Col- lege, Psi Omega. THOMSEN, JERRY S ................. Oberlin, Kans. B. S. from Kansas State University. 'ix H i ,Q pf f, 'ffgs I . gt..Sf Q1 'fi . ,,, I I 1 THORNE GAYNE R Stockton Calif a Sigma Delta 1961 u whacker Committee TRUSSELL RICHARD E Kansas City Mo B S from University of Kan as City Delta Sigma Delta WA NER MICKEY J Clovis N M X Psi Phi WAITMAN ROBERT A ........................Independence Mo. B. S. from University of Kansas City- Delta Sigma Delta- Secretary- Treasurer Sophomore Class 1960. WEAVER, JOE F ......s...........,,.,,........ ....................Oklahoma City, Okla. Psi Omega, 1962 Kankaroo, Adver- tising Manager. WEMPE, JERRY D .,....,.. Topeka, Kans. Xi Psi Phi. WERKING, DONALD W ................... ................GIenwood Springs, Colo. B. S. from Colorado State Univer- sity, Delta Sigma Delta. WEST, BOB A ....... Kansas City, Mo. WHITTEN, J. B., Jr ..... Shawnee, Okla. B. A. from University of Oklahoma, Delta Sigma Delta. WIENS, ERNEST E...HiIIsboro, Kans. B. A. from Tabor College. , WILLEY, PHILLIP E ....,.,., Altus, Okla. B. S. from University of Oklahoma, President, Sophomore Class, Exec- utive Committee, Delta Sigma Del- ta, Bushwhacker Committee. WILLIAMS, TERRY C ......,....,.....,,.. ............................Kansas City, Mo. Dental Executive Council, Delta Sigma Delta, All Student Associa- tion, Dental Representative. WRIGHT, FORREST L ............,........ ........................Independence, Mo. B. S. from Central Mo. State Col- lege, Laboratory Assistant, Anat- omy. JUNIORS ALLEN, MARK L .................,........... ....................Santa Barbara, Calif. ANDERSON, JOHN B ....................... ........................Kansas City, Kans. BAKER, CHARLES M ....... Bixby, Okla. BATTEN, DEWEY G...Tahlequah, Okla. BEENE, DON A ........... Stillwell, Okla. BLOUNT, BYRL ........ Kansas City, Mo. BRAND, RICHARD W ..................... ....,.......................Kansas City, Mo. CAIN, STEVE B ..... Albuquerque, N. M. CARRICK, WALTER D...Spivey, Kans. COOKSON, G. T ............. Green, Kans. COOPER, RICHARD L ..................... ............................Kansas City, Mo. COOPER, ROBERT, JR ................... ...............Kansas City, Mo. CURTIS, DEMAR H ......... Salina, Utah DALPIAZ, ART ........ Kansas City, Mo. DAVIS, FLOYD J...Kansas City, Kans. DIXON, WILLARD N...Santa Fe, N.M. DOSTER, PHILIP M ....................... ............................Kansas City, Mo. EPPINGER, HOWARD K ............... . Kans. ESOUIBEL, RAY O .......,,.................. ....,....,.,,...,,AIbuquerque, N. M. FARHA, KENNETH F ..... Wichita, Kans. FERGUSON, DAVID J...Ft. Smith, Ark. FOOTLICK, JACOB M. .................. . ......,,.,.......,........HolIywood, Calif. FRANCO, PAUL .... Albuquerque, N.M. FRANKS, JOHN EVERETT ............ City, Mo. f ' -smyffts, M., -,L S f V Y mfs , f - ar FC, -5 iw Ci. ,QQ ,Ygfgx s ,. vi. X032 5 .. 1, I X . f s ? gf v 5' 7 X 2 f 4, Maisy' W, I if 4 X X f X Y W' R s fm ,ff f 4 RRR ef 5 V 1 3 R ' X rf 'f fs 1 X 3 f 9 X .,. , W, W f s , , wif f , ' fff'XZf'? 'f NV Q- XI4 i S f 4 a fi, sb i. , ii, C I , , X X , f ' W f .li fn f ' f f, - ff f env ff ,f Q We R. i' 1 iff R - R.. Me- are ' 4, 44? 1 ' ' ,Z O, s, fp, J s Q . ,,s,,4g,,.,.. fs' i ,W f 40 -1 ..f-. -'44 ' -NA R . ff? I J ff., V-M' QW V. SQ , ff ' 1 ,77?'?5f , L we X I if, ff, , K , D k J 4 , . 2 'Q , +955 tv ,V f 6 lm f 5 ,MQ Q2 . 45 'sw sf ,pl we 25 2' 'gy' U, ' sem "u, 5' M577 ' " 52' X FROST, ROBERT J ........ ..... , .......... ,.,...,,..,,..............Elmore City, Okla. GILLAHAN, J. T .........,..................... Excelsior Springs, Mo. GILLHAM, DAVE R...West Plains, Mo. GRANT, TOM ...................... Joplin, Mp. GUTHRIE, JERRY H ......................... ..,..,,,,,...,..............Kansas City, Mo. HAAS, EUGENE C .......,... Mission, Ks. HALE, LYNN W .....,......... Minco, Okla. HAMILTON, JOEL M .................,..... ..,,,...,.....................Texarkana, Ark. HANSEN, KENNETH M ................... .,..,,,....,,...,.............Kansas City, Ks. HARGRAVE, RALPH D...Maryville, Mo. HERNANDEZ, JOE L ..... Santa Fe,N.M. HERREN, WALLACE B ..................... .,,...,..,,,..................Chandler, Okla. HIGDON, SAMUEL J ..... Goodland, Ks. HIGGINS, RONALD G...Clearwater, Ks. HILLS, PAUL G ..............,..,. Esbon, Ks. HOYNE, THOMAS T ........... Salina, Ks. HUMBARGAR, DAVID W ................. .......................,........Nickerson, Ks. IVIE, MORREL W ......... Fillmore, Utah JENKINS, WAYNE A ........... Ovid, Colo. JOHNSON, MICHAEL G...Solomon, Ks. JOHNSON, THOMAS G ................... ,,.,,.,.,...................Kansas City, Mo. KAHMANN, ANTHONY G ................. ..,.,.......................Kansas City, Mo. KEENAN, ALLEN C ........... Tulsa, Okla. KILLIAN, BILLY JR...KanSas City, IVIO. KIRKPATRICK, MICHAEL K ............. ..............................Raytown, Texas LAHAM, JEROME M ......... Wichita, Ks. LALLY, JERRY M ............. Russell, Ks. LANNING, R. M ....... Kansas City, Mo. LOVAAS, LEELAND M ..................... Vegas, N. M. MacKINNON, JOHN .... Kansas City, Mo. MCANEAR, JON T ....... Clarksville, Ark. MCCLENDON, EARL H ....,.,.....,......., ..............................Greenwood, Ark. MCDONALD, FRED L ....,.............,,,.. ........................Prairie Village, Ks. MCKENZIE, EUGENE F ...,..,,,...,.,.,,. Marys, Kans. McMILLAN, BOB .....,......,....,...,.,,,., ....................Litchfield Park, Ariz. MABE, ROY F ........... Waikulu, Hawaii MAHANNA, GORDON ...... Hoxie, Kans. MASUNOGA, HAROLD .................... ............................Wakiawa, Hawaii MELLAND, JOHN R...Kansas City, Mo. MERTEN, ROBERT L ....................... ..................Medicine Lodge, Kans. MILLER, KENNETH E ..................... ....................Oklahoma City, Okla. MOTZKUS, PAUL .......... Russell, Kans. NAKAYAMA, LEROY K ..................... ............................Honolulu, Hawaii NICKELL, MAURICE C ................... City, Mo. M ww 'xwfwf I I ,,, , , 'P ' 'fQ.fi3aRiyi52 if iiitsfff D ...5fsQ22p. Q . ,, QQ g Il f 4, f EJ 36 NONAKA, PAUL H ......................... ..........................Hanapepe Hawaii OGBURN DONALD W ..................... ..............................Modesto Calif ONEIL JACK R ........... Wichita Kans. OSBURN VERNON E ..................... Shawnee Mission Kans -1. NIERFOSS, DONALD C ................... ..................CoIorado Springs, Colo OTTAWAY, LESTER A ..................... ........................Prairie Village, Ks PAUL, RIVERS E ......, Kansas City,Mo. PETERSON, DAVID E .,..................... City, Mo PETERSON, ROBERT E ................... ............................Kansas City, Ks. POWERS, NORMAN ........................ ........................Kansas City, Kans. REIFSTECK, WILLIAM D ................. Harrison, Ark. REINHARD, RICHARD A. ............... . Independence, Mo. RIGBY, VAUGHAN D ..,.... Newton, Utah RILEY, KENNETH .............. Holton, Ks. ROBERTSON, CHARLES A ............... . . . Ks ........................Prairie Village, . ROWLAND, JAMES A ..,.,., Parsons, Ks. RUEB, MARLIN I ....... St. Francis, Ks. SCEARCE, WILLIA L ....................... ............................Tahlequah, Okla. SCHUMAN, WALTER F ................... ........................AIbuquerque, N. M. SCHACKLETT, LYLE K ..... Tulsa, Okla. SHEMWELL, GARY N ....................... Overland Park, Ks. SHERARD, HAROLD T ....... Mission, Ks. SIGLER, M. GENE ...... Kansas City,Ks. SMITH, NORMAN L .................,,.,.... ....................Shawnee Mission, Ks. STANDIFER, JAMES E...Denver, Colo. STORM, THOMAS E ......... Wichita, Ks. STRICCA, MARIO J ....... Pueblo, Colo. TAGLIAFERRI, GUS ,,........................ Canoga Park, Calif. TILLEY, ROBERT F .,.,....... Atlanta, Ga. WADE, LELAND R ..... Kansas City, Mo. WALKER, RICHARD O.,.Sterling, Colo. WALTER, BEN H ....... Kansas City, Mo. WANEKA, GERALD P ....................... City, Mo. WELLS, RICHARD L...KanSas City, Mo. WILHELM, ROBERT L ..... Mission, Ks. WILLIAMS, BRIAN C ....... Boise, Idaho WILLIAMS, EVERETI E ................... ...,.,.....,...,................Columbus, Ks. WILLIAMS, FRANCIS L ........... Z .....,. Kansas City, Mo. WILLIAMS , W. SAM..Kansas City, Mo. WOLF, RONALD G ...., Kansas City, Mo. WOMACK, WILLIAM R ..... Clovis, N. M. WONG, WELDON C. M ................... Waipahu, Hawaii WOOD, ROBERT E ..... Kansas City, Mo. WOODHEAD, DAVID R .......,............. Kansas City, Mo. WRAY, SYDNEY E ....... Pocatello, Ida. YOUNG, STEPHEN F ....................... Bonner Springs, Ks. .1 -W 9 ' 'W ' f ' XV ws-04? 9' ff' K sf! f I X , if Ziff fy ff f ff K , 9 1 of f 496 f vi f 1 ' yff, WWW AKERS, JERRY R ......, Ardmore, .. AKS, STUART R ..A.... Kansas City, Mo. ALLEN, HERSHALL A...TerminaI, Tex. ALLEN, JOHN M ............................. ,,,.,.,,,.,,,...,,...,.,..Hutchinson, Kans. ALLISON, GEORGE M ..................... ,,..,,,...,,....,,.,..........Augusta, Kans. ALLRED, MAURICE L ..................... Rock, Ark. ANDERSON, EDWIN P ..................... ...,,,.......................,CarIsbad, N. M. ANDERSON, JAMES L .........,........... ,..........,,,......OkIahoma City, Okla. ANDREWS, JOHN R ............,..,......... ....,,...,,,....,...........Kansas City, Mo. ATKINSON, JAMES H ..................... Worth, Tex. AUSTELL, WILLIAM R ..................... ....................OkIahoma City, Okla. BAKER, RICHARD L ...........,........... ..........................Kansas City, Mo. BARNES, DAVID W ....................... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,Kansas City, Mo. BAUMWART, LLOYD G ................... ,.,,,...,.,..,..,.........Kansas City, Mo. BEATTY, CHARLES M ..................... .,..,,.....t....,........tKansas City, Mo. BEAVER, ROBERT C...Mission, Kans. BEELMAN, GARY S ....... Topeka, Kans. BENNETT, R. L ........... Madison, Kans. BEYNON, JOHN L ......... Denver, Colo. BONHAM, WILLIAM L ............,.....,.. ....................OkIahoma City, Okla. BRANDEN, JAMES F...Kingman, Kans. BRELL, WILLIAM V ..... Kirkwood, Mo. BRIGHAM, H. WARREN..PuebIo, Colo. BRIGHT, ROGER K ....... Maryville, Mo. BROWN, JOE J .........,, Wichita, Kans. BROWN, ORVILLE E...HaysviIIe,Kans. BROWN, RICHARD L ....t Denver, Colo. BURNIDGE, GARY D ....................... ..................OverIand Park, Kans. BYERS, MICHAEL D ........,.............. ,.....t.................Kansas City, Kans. CAMPBELL, WILLIAM R ................. Tex. CHANNER, JERRY D ,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ....................Oklahoma City, Okla. CLARK, PORTER J ..,,.,,,,,..,,,.,,,,,,.,,,, ....................Independence, Kans. COBB, CHARLES M .,,...,,..,,,...,,.,,.,,, ........................Independence, Mo, COFFER, LARRY L ..... McAIester, Okla. COOPER, ED E ....... Kansas City, Mo. COURTS, DONALD E...Ouinton, Okla. DEAM, WILLIAM A ......................... t.......................Independence, Mo. DERRYBERRY, JOHN A ................... ...........,....,....,,.Independence, Mo. DICKSON, JERRY L ....... Carthage, Mo. DYER, DEAN P ....... Clearwater, Kans. FARMER, RICHARD A ................... ........................Great Bend, Kans. FLETCHER, LYLE D .....,, Holton, Kans. GUSTAFSON, DUANE O .,.,.,..,,,,,,.,,., ..........................McPherson, Kans. HALL, JAMES V .......,. Elk City, Okla. HARGIS, DONALD R ..... DeQueen, Ark. HARRIS, JOEL D ..... Kansas City, Mo HARRIS, JOEL D..,Kansas City, Kans HODGES, MARTIN N...Mission, Kans HOFFMAN, WILLIAM E .,.,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,, ........................Independence, Mo Mo. Tex. ans. ans. Ark. Jkla. "Iwi, "Tex, Okla. Mo. Mo. Hiillo. niillo. Kans. Kans. Kans. Colo. Okla. Kans. i, Mo. Colo. I, Mo. Kans. Kans. Colo. I"k'5'ns. J 'Kans. ,"'oiiia. Kans. e, Mo. r, Okla. ty, Mo. I, Okla. Efiino. :e, Mo. ge, Mo. r, Kans. , Kans. 1, Kans. I, Kans y, Okla en, Ark ity, Mo y, Kans n, Kans ce, Mo. i as 8 HOLLINGSWORTH, JOHN C .... Kans HOWE, DAVID J ....,.. Lawrence, Kans JOHNSON, JAMES F ....... Belen N. M JONES, THOMAS W.,,Merriam Kans. KAUFMAN, WILLIAM R ..,,,,,,.,,,,.,,, .................,........Kansas City, Mo. KAVANAUGH, CHARLES E .....A.,...,.,, ............ North Kansas City, Mo, LAKE, WILLIAM L .....,.,......,....,...,.,. ,...,,......Steamboat Springs, Colo. LEE, ROBERT C ..... Kansas City, Kans. LE MON, DOUGLAS C .....,.....C,.,...... Lake City, Utah LONG, HARRY L ......,...,.......,.,,.,..... ,..........,.....,Oklahoma City, Okla. LYON, ARNOLD K ...., St. Joseph, Mo. MARTIN, GORBY R...Shawnee, Kans. MCKINNEY, DAN R ..,...,., Clovis, N. M. METCALF, ROGER P ....... Bixby, Okla. NIINNEMAN, ROGER T ................... ..,...........,..,,.......,...Sabetha, Kans. MOORE, JAMES W...Kansas City, Mo. MOSES, JAMES B .....,,,, Denver, Colo. NAKAI, THOMAS I.,aHonoIulu, Hawaii NELSON, JAY C .,....,.... Oxford, Kans. NEPSTAD, DONALD A ..,.,.........,...... .....,.,........Shawnee Mission, Kans. NIES, HOWARD L ....,.r,. Turon, Kans. NORTON, FRED E ..,., Kansas City, Mo. OLSEN, CANDLAND L .,.,.,............... Lake City, Utah OMAN, EDWARD R .,a.. Durango, Colo. OTTINGER, PHILIP L..,Wichita, Kans. PALMER, LEWIS W ....,,, Jewell, Kans. PARK, JON K .....,.,...,s Wichita, Kans. PATTON, SCOTTY D ..,,.,.r...,s.,..,,,. ....,.......,.....Cheyenne Wells, Colo. PELZNER, HOWARD D .....,,...,.,,..... Mateo, Calif. PITTMAN, WILLIAM M ..,,...,....,...... ........,...a,a,....Overland Park, Kans. POLING, CLEO T... .Sugar Creek, Mo. REED, WILLIAM R.,.Kansas City, Mo. REHORN, CLARENCE R ....,,....,,....... .........,,...,.,,.....aKansas City, Kans. RILEY, RONALD R .a.,.,, Wichita, Kans. ROSE, WILLIAM G ......,....,,....,,...... ,...,..,...Albuquerque, N. M. SIMMONS, RICHARD F .,.,............,.. City, Mo. SIMON, JOHN F.., .,,,, Merriam, Kans. SKAER, ROGER D .,.,.,, Wichita, Kans. SKINNER, RONALD R ,..........,..,...... .,..,..,..,..,..,, Albuquerque, N. M. SLATEN, LARRY L ..,,,.. Durango, Colo. SMITH, JOSEPH W ..,..cs Bellaire, Ohio SMITH, RICHARD M .,,a... Macomb, Ill. SUMMER, FRANCIS L .,u,......,.,.,.,.... A--H-.......,...,Sand Springs, Okla, SPIERLEN. ROBERT lvl .,,,,,,..,...,..,,, Berryville, Ark. SYBRANT, ROGER N .,,.. Casper. Wyo, TILLERY. JAMES F ,,,,,,,.,..,,...,........ .,....,..,..,a,,,,,,.ValIey Falls. Kans. JRUMMEL. QLAREIICE L .,,,,,a.,..,.,.a, - -.,...,. I .,.,,,.,, ,,,Kansas City, Mo. VIERTHALER. Auron A .,,,,,,,,..,,.,,... A-I-,..m,,...,.,,,..,,,,...,HaIstead, Kans. ,lf .....-- ...JB .4--w ., NJ ,-I fr r'Y ' f Vffff, CWA f7f7f7'Wf.f5X' f f X V , ,Mf!.,,,,f!,i, f ' ' V V Q77 Kffii! ' ff Q , ,, ,gyy ' L51 Ai 1, ' Ti. V, as-.Q,.','A ,JJ 'V gf Jr . V 1,57 , 4 gg, L f, ff' W WWW ffm' nf! , J j?,fW, ,fa4,,,ff Qf. :My f.., f , if ff ! -fa-'Vw 45 I 5 ,,.,' ,rf Vff 1 ' e , m,,Q,, '-9 f f' .V fi-:,,":1'ff?5 M2201 rn' 5 ,W . A . Q Mfagzlw' ,a , 41 A- me-Vfp..-fm:-eV ...K in K ff! X if Q 79 f X y f f jf f Z 2 X f t4Q M! f ,eff f, , , - SW K' '. Qff ff. ff X X M , XM! V f gf 9 ' ' Af f ff, , ff ff , A f y f'Vf',VV'?V f , if f , , W J .. Q ,e ffm n W 9,3 f f 7 f Y' 4 e VINCENT, JACK W .......,..... Joplin, MO. VINCENT, RONALD D ...,................. Ozark, Mo. VOLDENG, KARL E ...........,............. ......,......,,,,,...,...,WelIington, Kans. WAGNER, EUGENE L ..,.. Welch, Okla. WAINWRIGHT, L. L ...,................... .,.,......,...........,.Junctlon City, Ark. WAMSLEY, H. MICHAEL ................ ,...........,....,........Hutchrnson, Kans. WEAKLEY, ROBERT J...Sterling, Colo. WEBER, DONALD D ....................... .......,..............Kansas City, Kans. WEYH, FRED J ......... Belleville, Kans. WIPF, VAUGHAN F ........................, ..................Santa Barbara, Calif. WISE, LAWRENCE E ....................... ......................Junction City, Kans. YAMAMOTO, ROY T ....................... .,........Honolulu, Hawaii FRESHMEN ACKERMAN, RICHARD J ................. ..........................Kansas City, Mo. ADLARD, JOHN T ........................... .,..-.................lndependence, Mo. ALBRIGHT, RONALD C ................... ....................Overland Park, Kans. ALLEY, TOM J ................. Tulsa, Okla. ANDERSON, RICHARD R ................. .,,.............,.........Lindsborg, Kans. ANDERSON, ROGER G ..................... ............................Springfield, Mo. ANDREWS, VICTOR L...Newkirk, Okla. BALENSEIFEN, JACK W ................. ..............................Watonga, Okla. BARBER, ARNOLD S ..................... ..........................Effingham, Kans. BARTON, JAMES R .,,..,,.. Liberty, Mo. BECKETT, JACK M .........,.,,....,,....,, ........................Mountainair, N. M. BERRY, HOMER H...Fort Smith, Ark. BETTIN, STANLEY L ......,....,..,,..,., ..................Overland Park, Kans. BLACKMUN, EUGENE C ................. Angeles, Calif. BLAINE, HELEN ....,, Kansas City, Mo. BLAYLOCK, GEORGE W ......,..........,. ..........................Kansas City, Mo. BONOM0, JOHN L ........... Miami, Fla. BRANDT, JAMES P ..... Concord, Calif. BRESNICK, LAWRENCE uc ......,..... , we ECT l ,S f 3.1, 3 ff 'D ....................Praine Village, Kans, BROOKS, BARRY..Hutchinson, Kans. BROWN, DONALD R ..................,.... .............,.Kansas City, Mo BR'6illili"' , FORREST D ....... Ellis, Kans BRUNO, ROBERT J .........,. Tulsa, Okla BURNS, ROBERT C ..... Parkville, Mo CLARK, RAY A ....... Lawrence, Kans Mo. -Mo. ins. ikia. Ark. 3I'IS. Zolo. fa-ns. .3I'iS. Eairf. i5ns. iwaii A, Mo. Mo. king. , Okla. nkahs. i,""'riAo. 1, Okla. in-Okla. Tabs. ty, Nlo. "'Hf"rH. th, Ark. ""'k5nS. 5, Calif. ity, Mo. iiyfiyio. mi, Fla. d, Calif. Cox, EDDIE E .........A...., Hobbs, N. M CRAVEN, ROBERT E ....................... ,,,,,,,,,.,,......ExceIsior Springs, Mo. CUMMINGS, WILLIAM H...Mena, Ark. DIEHL, LAWRENCE L ..................... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.............McPherson, Kans. DILLON, DOUGLAS B...Duncan, Okla EGGLESTON, DALE K ..................... ...........,....................Sawyer, Kans. EVANS, DONALD L ......................... ....,.....................Kansas City, M0 FALK, L. JACK .... Leavenworth, Kans FELLRATH, RICHARD F .,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ............................BIackweII, Okla FOSTER, GARY T ..... Kansas City, Mo GOSSETT C. J...Kansas Cit Kans Y "" yr eorr, DEE R ............. ocherara, Okla. GOTT, FRANK K ............. Raton, N. M GRAVES, LOUIS G ........................... ....................Overland Park, Kans GROFF, ROBERT C...Kansas City, rvrof GUERETTE, RAYMOND F .........,....... ......................AIbuquerque, N. M HALE, DELBERT E ......................... ....,,..........Shawnee Mission, Kans HAMME, JOSEPH M ....................... ....,.....................Kansas City, Mo HARPER, GEORGE E ....................... ....,.....,,........OkIahoma City, Okla. HART, ROBERT L ..............,....,....... ........................Kansas City, Kans. HAUETTER, ROBERT W .....,............. ................North Kansas City, Mo. HAYHURST, JOHN F ....................... ................CoIorado Springs, Colo. HAYS, GRANVIL L ........................... .......,...,..............Hoisington, Kans. HIRAMOTO, JAY Y .,,.... Kauai, Hawaii HOLMES, LYNDAL G ....... Miller, Mo. HOLT, GERALD H ....... Sherman, Tex. HOLTZ, FRANK J...CIay Center, Kans. HUEY, LARRY C ....... Kansas City, Mo. HUGENTOBLER, MERZ W ..... Z ......... ..........................Kansas City, Mo. HUTCHENS, G. PAT .,,.,..,..,,..,.,,,...,, ..........................Kansas City, Mo. ILIN, STANLEY B...McPhers0n JAMES, RICHARD H...Emp0ria,7 JONES, oEHrs L ..... Hutchinson, Kans. Kans. Kans. KAUFNIAN, FRANCIS E ................... ................................Portola, KICE, RICHARD L ....... Wichita, KING, JOHN C ............a Denver, Calif. Kans. Colo. LAMBERT, JOHN O...Kansas City, Mo. LANGFORD, THOMAS C ........ . ...,.... ............................Kansas City, Mo. I-ARASON, CHARLES E ................... --..................0kIahoma City, Okia. LEWIS, TRUMAN W ....... Jackson, Mo. UN, GEORGE ............ Reidsville, N. C. I-OTT, JAMES E .,,,,,,,...,................. ----................OkIahoma City, Okla. LOWE, JAMES W ............. Liberty, Mo. W ami is A S1 A ,SKS W lf .,-,s1..1.t, 1 1 , .f 5, 1 -1 ' 1 Is, 4 N4 Q Q I 1- , f ,,1 K A A 0 e S 1 Y ,. Mtwza , AX, ..,. ,MA - Wx . 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NCREYNOLDS, MAX A ..,....,............. --A----.........................Wichita, Kans. f u ff Vg, . 2 , If f 0 ,Aw ,ww if A L.-- .. A ff ,Wm ., fy, A, fax ,gf f f ' f K f , if 4 ,f f Qt , 5-f C., If C 1 'S 3. , e I 1 ivieotocx, PAUL N ................ , ........ ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.........Kansas City, Mo. MILLER, EARL W ........... Miami, Okla. MOORE, RAYBURN A ..................... ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,........Kansas City, Mo. MORHART, ROBERT E ...,. Tulsa, Okla. MYERS, GEORGE R...Kansas City, Mo. NEWTON, BAXTER..Kansas City, Mo. NOLLER, NEAL W ......... Alton, Kans. OCHS, RICHARD A ...................,..... ......,............,......Hoisington, Kans. OSTENBERG, JOHN R ..................... Bend, Kans. PARKIN, GEORGE R ....... Nephi, Utah PARRINO, JULIAN J ....................... ............................CIearwater, Fla. PFEIFER, NORMAN I ..................... .,.................J....Great Bend, Kans. PRIDE, JIM G ..,........,......... Alva, Okla. RACETTE, RICHARD L ................... .....................,......Kansas City, Mo. RAY, MONTE G .,..... Scott City, Kans. READ, EDWARD L...Kansas City, Mo. RENKOFF, ALLAN D ...................., Fe, N. M. REPLOGLE, CALVIN D ......,..........,,.. .......................t....Kansas City, Mo. RITCHEY, GRANT..BartIesviIIe, Okla. ROBINSON, JAMES C ..................... Springs, Okla. RODMAN, VICTOR E ....................... .,..,...,.............,.Kansas City, Kans. ROLLER, GEORGE S...Parsons, Kans. RUSSELL, KERWIN R ......... Ozark, Mo. SCHMITT, JOHN C ....... Wichita, Kans. SHANNON, PATRICK D ..,...,.....t...... ...........,.......Oklahoma City, Okla. SHEPARD, CLAYTON B ................... Center, Kans. SHULL, JOHN C ......,.... Wichita, Kans. SIMPSON, ROBERT H ...........,..,.,.... .........,..,.,.............Kansas City, Mo. SMITH, BILL ............ NIcAIester, Okla. SMITH, RICHARD ................ Roy, Utah SMOTHERS, DONALD L ................... ...........t................Kansas City, Mo. SPICKES, CONNOR L ..................... ............................Kansas City, Mo. STROUSE, GILBERT A .,...............,. Colo. THOMAS, MICHAEL P ................... ,.,.,.......................Kansas City, Mo. THOMPSON, PATRICK O ............... ............................Muskogee, Okla. TWYMAN, KENT R ......................... ....t..........t......Independence, Mo. VAN TUYL, RONALD A ................... .............,..............Muskogee, Okla. WADE, PAUL L ..,.......... Antiers, Okla. WALKER, CARLTON N ................,.. ........,.,.................,.RosweII, N. M. WALLER, CHARLES M .................,. City, Mo WASHBURN, LYNN H ..... Colby, Kans WAYT, RONALD M ....,.. Bethany, Okla WIMMER, MELVIN L ....................... ............,...........Greenwood, S. Car WOODSMALL, ROBERT E ..,.........,.. ....,,.........-....,..Independence, Mo YOUNG, PHILIP R ......, Denver, Colo ZERVAS DEAN G...BartIesviIIe Okla zieotniionn, JERRY r.,.H0bbs', N. Ni. n, " W., -, Mo. kla. lVlo. Ikla. Mo. Mo. Kans. Kans. Kans. Utah Fla. Kans. Okla. ,S-Illlo. Kans. , Mo. II. M. I, Mo. Okla. 'om Ka-ns. Kans. r, Mo. Kans. I-Okla. "k'5'ns. Kans. i',"'M0. Okla. , Utah y',"'M0. 7y',"'Mo. "libro, ty, Mo. U-Okla. ,W-Mo. Okla. ,, Okla. N. M. ty, Mo. , Kans. y, Okla 'sfuiiar e, Mo. ', Colo 2, Okla s, N. M Xa- s DENTAL HYGIENISTS SECOND YEAR BERRY, GAIL I .,,,,,,,..,,,,,, .....Crestwood, Mo. CROSS, GINETH L ...........,.,, Kansas City, NI0 EASLEY, JUDY ...........,....., ELLER, PATRICIA A .......,,,,.,.., ......,.Denver, Colo FELT, CONNIEJ .....,.....,,...... Kansas City, M0 FELTON, PEGGY A ........... Fort Collins, Colo HAAS, DOROTHY E .......... HALL, DIANA .....,...,,,.,, , HEATON, JO ANN ...,... . .,,,.......Tulsa, Okla ......Bethany, Okla ........Norton, Kans HENDRICKS, GWYN E .........,... Ft. Smith, Ark KUEBEL, MARY LOU .............. Caseyville, lll MCMILLAN, ANN ........................ Orlando, Fla MINSON, JANET I ................. Mulvane, Kans MOORE, LYNDA L ....,.... Ar kansas- City, Kans NELSON, ZARILYN ................ Cherokee, Okla PITCOCK, JO ANNA .........,.. Kansas City, Mo RABOURN, IANELL ........... Hutchinson, Kans .Wichita, Kans. READ, LYNNE ...................... Kansas City, Mo. ROBERTS, CAROLYN K ......,....,,,,..,,,,,.,,,,..., ..............................Bonner Springs, Kans. SMITH, IANICE S ....................... Tulsa, Okla. STEWART, IANELL .,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, Littlton, Colo. STROIVIBERG, CARLEEN D .....,....,.,........ . ..... . City, Kans. TEAGUE, KARLEEN ........,,....,,.,,,,, Sparta, Mo. TIEFENTHALER, CAROL E ........... Halbur, Iowa WILSON, IO ............................ Saratoga, Wyo. V Nw mf- A , f S y.. .ff- ffmxss s . 3, 1 S f. fs f 5+-f .-'.Q..,af swf , MM. U., .J s. . . .,,.,, Mx, . ya ,fam-V X ,. 'ww wwf Q. V J wi Zsizwigxy .- ,M f...' ., "L ws' , W. gm? . 'W ,S 1 Z' f'f54v5Z,sg.gZfwwwf3' wb X gl . ., f 2 WMXXZ sqgfs rf f' ' N1 1.1 f , f J ,X f f W f , ff f 4 f 0, i 4 fv QV asf! U f - .f . .L es, sf. sw qv ., t,.- Wy M-,S . f sz 6, ff ff S? 6 f f amyswfffs 4 A-ff f ff ff! f V f . f f X f QW , 1 , , 1 .' p f af Ml' f C AX! 'fig X f QZQ X f fr ftasrff? ff " 1 -1 4. 55 S X A 4 Ev 02 A t , ff J . fy 15 55 DENTAL HYGIENISTS FIRST YEAR BECHTOLD, SHARON A .....,. Kansas City, M0 FINERTY, KATHLEEN ................,..... Gary, Ind FUNKE, JANET A ..v..,............... Wichita, Kans onrro, JACKIE ....,.,,.. .......... L mcoin, Nebr oorr, sAivnviiE M .........,..... Kansas City, Mo HAINEN, iovct A ......................... Tipton, Mo HEPP, MARLA J ....... Santa Barbara, Calif HOAR, JEANETTE E ............. Hiawatha, Kans HOCH, CONNIE L .,......,....., Hoisington, Kans HOLMAN, SONDRA J ....... Dodge City, Kans HOWARD, CHERI A ...,............. Wichita, Kans IVIACKEY, LYNDA L ..........,........ Denver, Colo MATRECI, MARY F ......,......,..... Wichita, Kans MEYER, SANDY L ...........,. Hutchinson, Kans MONTROY, MARILYN ..............,................... ....,..............,............0klahoma City, Okla MYERS, LINDA S .....t......... Kansas City, Mo SHARP, JULIA C ................. Kansas City, Mo. SHREVES, SHIRLE STACEY, JOI A .... TEETER, JANE ............ ........ Y J ............. Mission, Kans. WAFER, JOANNE .................. Santa Fe, N. M. WALTERS, VIRGIN IA .............. Wichita Kans WELSH, CAROLE L ......,...... Kansas city, iviof WIEHL, DELLA L ........,.... S mith Center, Kans. ........,............Carthage, Mo. ..Emmeh, Idaho 11" I I IS I EDUCATION GRADUATE STUDENTS ATKINS, LEROY T ............. Kansas City, Mo. BECHTOLD, MARY L .,......... Kansas City, Mo. BOHS, SHIRLEY I ..................,...... Blair, Nebr. DEHAVEN, NANCY L ..,.... Leavenworth, Kans. GIER, EDWARD F ......,......., Kansas City, Mo GRIFFIN, JAMES ............ Kansas City, Kang McDONNELL, JAMES J ....... Kansas City, Mo IVIETZLER, LORENE ........,,.. Kansas City, NIO, PENNINGTON, BLAINE ..,..... Kansas City, Mo. POARCH, NORMA I ..,...... Kansas City, Mo. RODRIGUEZ, ENCARNACION ...................... City, Mo. TAFF, THOMAS G ...... ...... K ansas City, Mo. WILSON, KATHARINE ........ Kansas City, Mo. L W - 3,909 - , ,NM-fi ku Q: ' U Am r ' mt-M! t P 9 3 s Q X X Q 4 X f s fa , Q X Nt XQXQV HWS SS S? x N Q X N 4 '11 V S 9 S 3,9 ta A , f wie X XM, Q 7 9? Y? ,Q ,lv gs sa s ,., , P. ss 2 . 1-we 1:32, mt xmas, Aww- as - - 'X X , I .. .ass .si 0 1"i' A Q .. 7 4 Q A Z ,ws f -ce - 4 'v m A , 4' C fd-'vs' . 'Ms fp Msgs Q, s wsw - W sb- wwsn ,Q-,QQNN X ,5g, 4,w5, V.. rw A , W .V an Q A ., ,V 3 X66 A N N ,., C, 7 ,A Q, V H Q L f A ww ff .1 , 4' - Q, X f- Q- fs A Mew mf,-1 :Nw so-X 4 fxat ' r Q A wit 9 QeQm,s'w6m 'V f v WM 1 f fs"-, 4 ::rvse.gwj V, ., ,, ,, A S' 1, ' A53 ,s A f-,' I SWSMSZFV ,L ws 'Q Cv W Q " Wwe ' 'fu M- 41", if sw, Q, - ' 5 4rfQMs 6 N wr s - as QMAA - A? S av ws' A as 1, zgawsz-wwwt f -ww . , SQQQY-N, 'fa We ' 0 f ,Qmwswszs asa-fawsf sf V , W, , , ,,L,M. VW., 5 s - wqswgg ,.- ., f f a.g.w,,, K : Af ,5 sv sw' I 4151, Nagy , U 7 I as as -f Q ,sa 'I - X THE CURRICULUM LIBRARY provides a complete selection of educational mate rials for the use of future teachers. SENIORS BEAN, DUANA M .............,. Kansas City, Mo. B. A. in Elementary Education, Participa- tion Award, Sleepy Time Gal Attendant, Education Secretariat, Vice-President, All Student Association, Finance Committee, Teachers Now Training, Orientation, Co- Chairman Skits and Talent, 1960, Chair- man, Pajama Dance 196O, Film Society, Chairman, 1961, "Antony and Cleopatra." BUSHNELL, KATHRYN R ........... Raytown, Mo. B. A. in Elementary Education, Chi Omega. CHRIST, FRANCES R ....... Kansas City, Mo. COHEN, SHARON K ............... St. Louis, Mo. B. A. in Elementary Education, Teachers Now Training. CROWLEY, SANDRA1 ....... Kansas City, Kans. B. A. in Elementary Education, Participa- tion Awards, Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweet- heart, Winter Carnival, First Princess, Chi Omega, President, Pledge Trainer, Ac- tivities Chairman, All Student Association, Corresponding Secretary, Councilman-at large, Pep Club, President, Women's Rec- reation Association, Publicity Chairman, UKC Choir, Cheerleader, Head Cheerlead- er, University Center Board, Charter Mem- ber, Program Council, Pan Hellenic Coun- cil, President, Orientation, Group Leader, Student Admissions Counselor. FARDON, JUDITH G ............. Kansas City, Mo. B. A. in Secondary Education. GOLDEN, PRISCILLA G ....... Kansas City, Mo. B. A. in Elementary Education. GRAVES, ANITA L ....... Overland Park, Kans. B. A. in Secondary Education. HENRY, DONNA ...................... Mission, Kans. B. A. in Elementary Education. HIGGINS, FLORENCE ...,,..... Kansas City, Mo. JOHNSON, KAREN .............. Kansas City, Mo. B. A. in Elementary Education. KAHN, MARCIA B ............... Kansas City, Mo. KATZ, JUDITH S ............,.... Kansas City, Mo. B. A. in Elementary Education, All Student Association, Councilman from School of Education, Education Secretariat, Presi- dent, Teachers Now Training, Historian- Treasurer, Chairman, 1962 Career Day, Chairman, Student-Master Tea, Chairman, Candlelight Ball, Chairman, Outstanding Education Student Award Committee. KURDI, MARGARET V ....... Kansas City, Mo. B. A. in Elementary Education. LEWIS, ADELINE J ............. Kansas City, Mo. MCKNIGHT, RUTH M ............... Raytown, Mo. BLA. in Elementary Education, Dean's List. NORTHINGTON, ADALEE C ......................... City, Mo. OWENS, DOROTHY ..........,. Pleasant Hill, Mo. PATTERSON, GERRE LEE ...... Shawnee, Kans. B. A. in, Elementary Education, Dean's List, Torch and Scroll, Delta Alpha, Wesley Fellowship, Vice-President, Cho Chin, Sec- retary, Chaplain, Chi Omega, Secretary, Penates, Treasurer, Education Secretariat, Secretary, Steering Committee, 1960 Sno- Ball Publicity Committee, UKC Choir, Ori- entation, Group Leader, Student Admissions Counselor, University Scholarship. REINER, DEB ..,.,................. Kansas City, Mo. RICHMOND, ERMA L ........... Kansas City, Mo. SINGER, BEVERLY M ....... Los Angeles, Calif. B. A. in Elementary Education. STEINBERG, LAURIANNE .... Kansas City, Mo. B. A. in Secondary Education. VIALS, LINDA K ................, Kansas City, Mo. B. A. in Secondary Education. f ff f , s X 9 fafc , affix s ,X if J Y 'ss X 4 -sa' ,535 as 2,588 gf asafwgu P' sf-aa' .311 4 4 ff My MW, f W V ,ff , ff W! WA' ff ? 3' 6 Q f M-.ZF i f 2 as asf, ., X- f , as, M., as-v rf? s 7 ,140 4 2 11 If Z , M X G Mi V 1 ff yas A fy ff , Q y f - , f ,. .,, Q4 J A f - Q.. i fig! K 5. ZS.. 1 gig, .-,W Fws-5X5 ZS? sf' I f X- 42 eW -2- , A '. X 'Wm Tm? 1 Z fwi wm a- f sv f -s . f . -s 4,-f X 4 .. As V T49 4 M, as fn 3 Ns ww' 1 , . as fs -M' 52 1 Y f?- , 14-'swf tvZtshifti'-,F',..1"NN if 4 A 3 A 535553 vi ZVZ P m Ke fa A f 64, f ? X 9 c 1 f f 12 Q I' A532524 f 1, f X w 6 ,.:,. - W f M ff X , fag? Z ,' ,Al fx 1401 X V i ff ' I ,MVK 53 I I f X ff f Vafrl,-' 6- ' ,f , 91 74? " WESTACALLIE E ......... . ......... . ................ K ansas City, Mo B. A. in Elementary Education. ' ,.,.---.----.--.- hllu- K ansas MO' WII-HOIIT, PATRICIA A .,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,.,.,,,---. K 3,1535 City' MO' BV. A. in Elementary Education, Dean's List, Univer- sity Scholarship, Delta Alpha, Kangaroo Queen, SHO. Ball Queen, TEKE Playmate, First Princess, Sno-Ball, Cheerleader, 'Pep Club, President, Teachers Now Training, President, Women's Recreation Association, Chi Omega, Personnel Chairman, Pledge Trainer, Ori- entation, Co-Chairman, Group Leader, Student Admis- sions Counselor, Student of the Week. HUNT, KENNETH R...Newburg, N. Y HURLEY, LINDA L...Kansas City, Mo JONES, CAROLYN S ..... Mission, Kans KYZAR, MARCIA J...Kansas City, Mo LARSON, JUDITH A ......................... ...,.,......................Kansas City, Mo LINNETT, ROGER G..,Sheridan, Wyo MILLER, LOWELL E ....................... ....,.......................Kansas City, Mo PACE, MARTHA M ......... Pierce, Fla PATRICK, PAMELA..Kansas City, Mo PRYOR, JANET S ..... Kansas City, Mo. SHEPARD, JIMMIE O .............,....... ........................Independence, MO. SHUMATE, CLARETHA ....,............... .,......,........,.......,Kansas City, Mo. STOLL, MARLENE J ........,................ .......,,...,.....Prairie Village, Kans. WAGNER, BARBARA L ..................... ........,,,..,,...,.....,.Kansas City, MO. WOOLEY, CHARLOTTE E ................. ...,,..,,.........,..,....Kansas City, MO. 107 ,, , EDUCATION JuNioRs , BANION, JOAN M...Kansas City, Mo. BARGER, ELEANOR K ................,.... ,,.. ...................... Kansas City, Kans. BEIRY, KAREN L ..... Kansas City, Mo. BINGER, MARY G ......... Orville, Kans. BUTTS, NONAVEE L ........,..... Z .... A ............................ Kansas City, Mo. Isir ,,., CAMPBELL, MARGARET 'A A A ...................... .Kansas City, Mo. FARRIS, LORETTA D ....................... ........,...............Independence, Mo GOODRICH, MYRNA L .......,........... ............................Kansas City, Mo HABERKORN, FLOYD E ................... .........,............Kansas City, Kans Xfire? fit , af:sg.Cf,,y5Wy ,. fy .f,,.g',g -'lf if n-iucwfy WHT :as-A3 -ez ww-WW' W fra army 'VG' '- b.-'Z-SWXW My ,' ,Me sw' 252 2, s s-'Z-M296 W fs- :Sz Vw '-22 as. 1. 'eg f, r m 4? sw ' ,f 2 - r , ..,. f,.-f -zz sf. , 47 sv Mis, fff 4-' x r g? re" . . 1 . "fwf':-: W , ,, X. . L, , V , ,V 1 V 0 k ff , . Q LAW FOURTH YEAR BOERNER, MICHAEL C ............. Kansas City, Mo. LL.B.: Participation Award, Moot Court Key, Secretary-Treasurer, Student Bar Association, Board of Governors, Phi Delta Phi, Magister, History and Government Club, Law Day Com- mittee, Chairman, Publications Board, Chair- man, Law School Finance Committee, Chalr- man, B.A. from University of Kansas City. DONNICI, PETER J ................. Kansas City, Mo. LL.B.: Dean's List, Law Review, Editor, Final- ist, Moot Court Competition, Young Demo- crats, President, Delta Chi, President, Phi Delta Phi, U-NEWS, Assistant Editor, B.A. from University of Kansas City. FURGESON, MARVIN J ..................... Salina, Ks. LLB.: Student Bar Association, President, Honor Court, Chief Justice, Student Council, Treasurer, Phi Delta Phi, All Student Associa- tion, Law School Representative, Board of Govemors, Law Day Committee, Moot Court Competition, B.B.S. from Central Missouri State College. HOUDEK, BRUCE C ................. Kansas City, Mo. LLB.: Dean's List, Student Bar Association, Board of Governors, Phi Delta Phi, Magister, Law Review, B.A. from Coe College. MOORE, JOSEPH H ................. Kansas City, Mo. LL.B.: B.A. from Holy Cross College. RAIMO, THOMAS M ................. Kansas City, Mo. LLB.: B.A. in English from Rockhurst College. STRIEGEL, LOUIS ............................ Liberty, Mo. LLB. THIRD YEAR BRUENING, RICHARD P ......... Kansas City, Mo. LL.B. COMSTOCK, ROLLAND L ......... Kansas City, Mo. LLB.: Student Bar Association, Board of Gov- ernors, Phi Delta Phi, Historian, History and Government Club, Young Democrats, B.A. from Drury College, M.A. from University of Kansas City. FERGUSON, SANDRA L ........... Kansas City, Mo. HOLCOMB, JERRY M ............... Kansas City, Mo. LL.B.: Dean's List, Student Bar Association, Secretary-Treasurer, Phi Alpha Delta, Justice, Newman Club, Law School Placement Com- mittee, Chairman. KEELER, HENRY A ................... Kansas City, Mo. RICHARDS, DAVID K ............... Kansas City, Mo. VILLA, GLADYS B ................... Kansas City, Mo. LL.B.: B.A. in Education from University of Puerto Rico. :' fl sc- ,L eil- I- 'sin y, Mo. I KEY: lution, gister, 'Com- Chair- Chair- ity. y, Mo. Finul- Demo- fp Phi , B.A. ru, Ks. Sldellip Iouncil, ssocio- nrd of ' Court lissouri 'y, Mo. :iotion, igister, ty, Mo. ty, Mo. Iollege. ty, Mo. 'y, Mo. ty, Mo. of Gov- iry ond Sp B.A. rsity of ty, Mo. ity, Mo. uciution, Justicep it Com- Zity, Mo. Zity, Mo. City, Mo. ersity of I I ,.-Ar-.. SECOND YEAR BEHNKE, WILLIAM H ......... Kansas City, Mo. FLIPPO, HENRY J ............... Kansas City, Mo, GUINAN, THOMAS J ..... Missouri Valley, Iowa HAHN, CLARICE C ............. Kansas City, Mo, HOUTCHENS, RICHARD K.,.Kansas City, Mo. MEACHAM, JOHN R ............. Kansas City, Mo, MODRCIN, JOSEPH N ....... Kansas City, Kans. REPLOGLE, RICHARD ...... Minneapolis, Minn. ROCHA, VICTOR M ............. Kansas City, Mo. SMITH, ROBERT V ................. Deepwater, Mo. FIRST YEAR BENSON, GENE .................. Kansas City, Mo. BINGER, RALPH E ........... Kansas City, Kans. BOATMAN, BARBARA G ....... Kansas City, Mo. DANIELSON, BARRY ............ Kansas City, Mo. DIX, HAROLD G ..............,.... Kansas City, Mo FRAAS, CHARLES J ..... , ....... Kansas City, Mo FREEMAN, DAVID R ......... Independence, Mo Q 3 ? I I 1 3 E 3 X1 3. 1 'A fwmrzzefffx "ra .. .1 12: '? :E Q.5f"fVf" . , . , 711 ,AW 1 1 If 1 f M A 1 Q K 1 Q 1 X 1 ff 1 .1575 Z 1 1 1 'S 111s My 1 f, QW ! 1! ff' X 1 10790 2 5' 1 1 1 , 1 aff , it ,1i1:EY.1 X 1 '1-1 1. 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MOORE, KEITH D ....,.....,.... Kansas City, Mo. MORALES, LINDA L ....... Independence, Mo. NENISER, FRANK N ...........,,,,..,. ,mi ,.,,,,.,,. ..........................Shawnee Mission, Kans. PONICK, DUKE W ............. Kansas City, Mo SHEPHERD, SHELDON L .,,,, Kansas City, Mo SHOCKEY, JAMES M ......,.... Kansas City, Mo SLAYTON, RICHARD E ..... Independence, Mo SOETAERT, THOMAS A ....... Merriam, Kans STAAB, ROGER J ................. Kansas City, Mo SULLIVAN, THOMAS B ....... Kansas City, Mo: VOGEL, EDWARD D ...........,. Kansas City, Mo. VOIGTS, GENE E ................. Kansas City, Mo WALLACE ALBERT F ..... Mission Hills Kans WEINSTEIN, DONALD D ....... Kansas City, Mo: WILLIAMS, MILES W .........., Pittsburg, Kans. I I - 1.2 s X S3581 x ' N . X X X X .,-sm SQSNPT as KI " lc Ea fs ae' s I1 If DL I TIT .Mfg l i l i l i l l l l l i l A-.. l don't care what your mother told you, Counselor, the Easter Bunny does not lay eggs! lt one must take time out from the more pleasant of lite's pursuits, tor such mundane activities as study, a little fresh air and sunshine can help to make it somewhat bearable. -. ... ,. 5 . Spring l C C Spring is here, the grass is riz-I wonder where da birdies iz?'i With March going out like a lamb and April promising even sunnier days to come, the campus was invaded by a general feeling of spring fever and lack of desire for more scholarly endeavors than picnicking, bicycle riding, or buzzing the Center in a convertible Qwith the top down, of courselj. But with finals looming on the horizon, the golden days had to be replaced with all-night study sessions and No Doze. Will June ever get here land will the yearbook ever go to press?l. It you don't have a bicycle built for two, the next best thing is to rent a couple from the Center, as Pam Patrick and Bob Vorce seem to have discovered. Threat ot April showers doesn't seem to worry Fuzz Cmember in good standing ot the great white armyl or the cocker spaniel kid. 111 wi' 5" SW-S759 'W " 'V N' 4? 51 .X J V., Q-4 -ff, fc .s 1 sas, .,..,,. , , . f f f Z f f , f X f f 2 f X MZ QC! f X .. . fff? ff f f sewsg-.iw.sasK,M5iQ. zmswfas ,gv4sf,5is,3Mm '. X, . 4 ,, My! ' - W t aw .1 A MNA? X c fs , .M'f-Sv-V25 V at . , A, I, X- ' Aw. ef'z.v5 , 2 ' WWW a Qbfgy ,sawn . ,, , aww,- Qzsw-wasfs f fwwwf sp tems' ., rms' -k,::sQZ 4fZ? iw,Msv'a' S1'-5: -' , ,, wwnasjx ..f..v a.. 1, Q Asa, A.- asiesqsms sf zN,w54,Qr ' ff WW asa. was an Q - Wwsf. , -Q,--A154 A ,f, ,, . -A was 4 fs ew.: J . f 5.. WW' its S. gf. ,.-saw-K. ,, X s X P. , ,J ,wi '3 N wfiffftffs . rw THE KAPPA PSI RAT RACE is an ever-popular drawing card at the annual Spring Carnival. PHARMACY SENIORS CUSHMAN, BOB J .,......,. .....,.. J oplin, Mo. Pharmacy. DAVIS, RICHARD 0 .,,...., ,.... . ..Fulton, Mo. Pharmacy. GARBER, ERROL L ..........,.....,...... Parsons, Ks. Pharmacy, Kappa Psi, American Pharma- ceutical Association, Parsons Junior Col- lege, Associate of Arts. GARRISON, THOMAS I ...,..... Kansas City, Mo. Pharmacy, Omicron Delta Kappa, Ugly Man, Dean's List, Participation Award, Victor Wil- son Scholarship, President, Historian, Tau Kappa Epsilon, President, Historian, Kappa Psi, Corresponding Secretary, Student Coun- cil, American Pharmaceutical Association, Pharmacy School Representative, Student Council, Assistant Editor, U-News. HARDY, LARRY E ............ - ................ Paola, Ks. Pharmacy, American Pharmaceutical Associ- ation. KENNETT, RAYMOND E...Bonner Springs, Ks. Pharmacy, Rexall Scholarship, Participation Award, Delegate, National American Phar- maceutical Association Convention, Presi- dent, American Pharmaceutical Association, Historian, Kappa Psi, Senior Class Presi- dent, Pharmacy School, Kangaroo Staff, U-News Staff, Editor of Kappa Psi Province Vll Newsletter, Historian, Province Vll of Kappa Psi. LINK, LAWRENCE A ......... Independence, Mo. Pharmacy. MACKAY, GEORGE R ......... Independence, Mo. Pharmacy. MANSFIELD, GENE ...................... Mission, Ks. Pharmacy. SUFFECOOL, EVELYN F ....... Fort Seneca, Ohio Pharmacy, Torch and Scroll, Dean's List, American Pharmaceutical Association, Kappa Epsilon, President. WILLIAMS, JOHN D ................, Oak Grove, Mo. Pharmacy. 112 ABR ALL BAR BEN BRA BRE DAJ DES EPI FER F05 GOI em HEI HUI me LEC PEE RIC RUI SCI SCI SW WA WH Si ARI BEI BLI co' DA' no JUNIORS ABRAMS, ALLAN E .....,. Kansas City, Mo. ALLEN, PHILLIP J ......... Kansas City, Mo. BARBIERI, SAMUEL J ........... Arma, Kans. BENDURE, JAMES D ..... Kansas City, Mo. BRAMMAN, HENRY A ............... Avoca, la. BREMER, RICHARD E ......,,. Sedalia, Mo. DAJANI, ESMAN Z ............... Cairo, Egypt DESAI, CHANDRAKANT P ...,.........,....... India EPPLE, ROBERT E .....,... Lone Jack, Mo. FERRIER, DAVID E ................... Linn, Mo. FOSTER, S. DENNIS ,..... Kansas City, Mo. GORDON, ALLEN J ....... Kansas City, Mo. GRUVER, JAY S ......,.... Kansas City, Mo. HENSLEY, GORDON D ....... Mission, Kans. HUGHES, LOREN M ............................... ..............................Independence, Mo. JACKSON, F. LELAND ................,...,..... .................,....North Kansas City, Mo. LEODLER, PETER M ....,,.., Mission, Kans. PESCETTO, CHARLES F ..... Columbia, Mo. RICE, BOBBY B ................... Liberty, MO. RUCKER, GARY R ............. Maryville, Mo. SCHOEWECK, THOMAS J...Raytown, Mo. SCHROEDER, CHARLES M...Raytown, Mo. SWISHER, JON E ......... Coldwater, Kans. WAGNER, JO E ..,........ Independence, Mo. WHARTON, SARAH A ........................... City, Kans. SOPHOMORES ARNOLD, NOEL E ............. Subletfe, Kans. BEAMER, RUTH K .,,,.,,..,....... Odessa, Mo BLACKWELL, rHolvLAs Lvl ..................... --.....................,....,,Kansas City, Kans. COLEM, GARY G ........... Kansas City, Mo. DAY, LARRY L .,..,,.,,,,..,. Springfield, M0 Down, LARRY G ..,.,.. Kansas City, Kans: sf-BQ? gfu 3.f,.5"Z' O I' -'H v'n in Qf - , VWWSQG mv: . V P 7 Q Q f V f X f f C X IE? I 2 X X 9 4 94, 4 J Q ff 121. M? Maw 1 if 3555515 M-ws fs Lay? ""A :fra ..,. , ' X f X ff! f f a A f f ff fy, w X f ,V . ff jfs 4 5 4 f X f fojffa X I if 2 .. was as f, f f bwS'i,5P SY we A gswjr 4 f 'C . 'Z Y a J Q A f 9 ' X f f 655, f af Q I ff 5 X4 ' aww mash - 1,42-:ev- 1 L f x viii' - Q uay'-sea f ffo bu E2 af' "3-a.IMLw ,GMX 7 L Vi? O , . , W ' f ' , air Jgw . 'Q , if-il ,Msg !v,,JA,.f swf, . My ,W ., fs as - f X ' xv. :-:- " f WA "" Y Mv? .f ' 0 'R 4 - f L . , . 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'X A -: Www 2 7447 f - ' WH f f X ya . ., af X Xf f V Sw ,VWMSQ s , .E C sf, .f,,,.f- s , , E M, , ., - .W , at 4? , 1, an tt, ,EQ Xmas - K Nfl sy y y , , yt 1 M 9 : f , ,Q s -, SEQ., . , 2, fl.aSW.S'Q3',' Q " .SKK S- ffs'Qf', C r "Q Q ' V' gif s' X , , . , X f S4 f' it Mx W, , Q 0 sy X E.-z, 11 s f- WV G, Qi , ,Kg Z ,I ,spa X f ,s " 154 St ,wg si X , f O Q f , Q a X' S f f Q f V- Sv X Q 1? i sf QQ sv, 1 rw, 'gg 5 7,34 455' Qfvs'a:" Q30 Zfiksfiqi sv X ' mag :55 of MJSQE' Q 'Ss sf f " " aff 455 Gas' E ' , X' j,-In ' 5 SZSWQQQ -AQASJ' if, sf F,"-'f yi" ,sb 'fa sae fy S.-, tm -.N X as ws. .s as ., s . s mag? S W ,,,1 . Ms ., e w . fx ,, -Q3 : 1 QED sa- ' XMAS? Pr?-":4,g 'y?,3'fE:"K:3'V:'X Qt ts ,vs Q E as Q jf , qs as ,f,.s:5w',-'gy-k X734 . saws Q 5 X: -f as-sf-.sw4,,va.,,,-1, ,gf 114 W ix 0 B 9, fm gs 0 f , s 454 v v , y .f fm 0 ya , ,C NJ , DULL, BRENDA J...Prairie Village, Kans. DUNN, CYNTHIA K ............................... ..,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,Shawnee Mission, Kans. EDWARDS, RICHARD L ......................... City, Mo, FRAZIER, THOMAS R ...,... Cullison, Kans. GARNER, JERRY E ..,..., West Plains, Mo. GOLDMAN, LARRY H ........... Sedalia, Mo. GUFFEY, JOSEPH R ............... Liberty, Mo. HARTWIG, DAVID B ....... Higginsville, Mo. HIRST, KENNETH R ...s............... Noel, Mo, HUDSON, EUGENE L ............................, ..............................Kansas City, Kans. KESSLER, MARY A ..... Kansas City, Kans. KOFFLER, GEORGE E ..... Kansas City, Mo. KREHBIEL, ROY L...Pretty Prairie, Kans. KUHNEL, LOUIS W ....... Kansas City, Mo. LAING, GEORGE J .,....... Kansas City, Mo. MACRORIE, ROBERT A ..,,.,, Parkville, Mo. MCGRAW, PATRICK B...Pittsburg, Kans. McLAIN, WARREN L ..... Kansas City, Mo. MOHIT, SALEH .......... Kansas City, Kans. MULLEN, RICHARD H .........,. Hays, Kans. MURRAY, BARBARA J...Kansas City, Mo. OSBORN, JAMES D ......... Springfield, Mo. PAPPAS, JOHN T ............. Parsons, Kans. POE, DONALD G .........,. Kansas City, Mo. PORTER, PATRICK R ....,.. Winfield, Kans. RAY, DONALD G .....,,.. Kansas City, Mo. REIFSCHNEIDER, WILLIAM .... Loeti, Kans. ROGERS, MELVIN L ....... Kansas City, Mo. ROSEEN, CARL A .,......... Kansas City, Mo. SCHWAB, PAUL A ..... Kansas City, Kans. SHETH, PRAFULLCHANDRA ......,,.......... India SMITH, F. MAURICE ...,........................ ..,.....,...............,.Overland Park, KanS. STECINA, RAYMOND A ......,...,....J.,....... Amboy N. 1. STONE, KEITH L ...,... Kansas city, Kans, STRADA, SAMUEL J ....... Kansas City, Mo. suiviiviEns, GEORGE S...Kansas City, ivio. . s , 1 - yo -' R, X O' :X Y, is 5, I I i Q E .. 5 f E, Ex . , :Lf 92 ff s V' , 1 , v. af j 2 f 2 , . W 'S '- . x v- ff F If 7 J 4 i 2 I I J f F s 5 E 5355 M U K? ,wa f f gig? f 1 if M , f f A f f 4 I 'X 1,4- . ,I f f M1 C w , Qgfff' 4 ---H---19!i3:f. Ians. Kans. Mo. Kans. Mo. Mo. Mo. , Mo. , Mo. Kahs. Kans. , Mo. Kans. , Mo. ', Mo. I, IVIO. Kans. I, Mo. Kans. Kans. ', Mo. J, Mo. Kans. I, Mo. Kans. J, NIO. Kans. yr MO' jy, IVIO. Kans. 'Hiiiliia Kans. N. J. Kans. ty, M0 ty, NIO lil , t X, , Q bg? Q ZW! f ' s I as , X.-- Pffw! FRESHMEN BROWN, JERRY L ....,A.....,.....,.,,.,,,,, ....................OverIand Park, Kans COLVIN, LLOYD E ..,..,.........,.....,...., .......,................Kansas City, Kans DAVIS, DENHAM H ............,......,...., ....,..............,......HarrisonviIle Mo DENTON, LARRY D...Fort Scott,'Kans: FISK, ROBERT D ..... Kansas City, Mo. FLETT, RONDOLPH G ....... Aurora, III. FORNEY, PHILLIP S ..,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, City, Mo FORST, JAMES J .......,,,...,..,,,.,.,,,,, ....................Western Springs, III GENISIO, JON C ......,,..,,, Joplin, Mo GRAY, FLOYD C ..... Kansas City, Mo HEATH, EUGENE C.,.Kansas City, Mo HENDSEN, GARY E .,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,.............,...t.......Muskogee, Okla HILL, SIBERT M ...,. Kansas City, Mo. HODSON, LARRY E ....,.......,...,,,...i,. .................,......Independence, Mo. LAWLON, SANDRA J ..s........,......,.... ..............................PIattsburg, Mo. MCCORKLE, CLARA C ...............,..... Kans. MILLER, JOHN L ......,.. Mission, Kans. MUSICK, ROBERT E ......... Fulton, Mo. PROCTOR, LOUIS L .....................,L ................,...........Kansas City, Mo. SHOBE, WILLIAM R ........... Milan, Mo. UNDERWOOD, GEORGE H .,............. ..t......,..............Sugar Creek, Mo. WAITLEY, NORMAN G ......,..,.,.....,... ..........,.............Kansas City, Kans. WENDLING, RAPHAEL J ....L,........... ...........L....,......,......Atchison, Kans. WIGGINTON, GERRY D .L...,.,........... ..........,...............,.Kansas City, Mo. WILSON, VAUGHAN F .........,,..,,...... ,,.,,,.....,...........,....Kansas City, Mo. WOOTEN, CHARLES R ..................... ,,...,,,..,,....,,,,...,....Kansas City, Mo. 115 1 , Y - X ' I 7 Susie Hogg, also a queen candidate, seems as happy as her sorority sister, who has just been announced as the Beauty of 1961. viii g if Q.. A 25, X 118 BEAUTY AND THE BEAST DANCE Each fall the Alpha Phi Cienega Fraternity sponsors its annual Beauty and the Beast Ball, a charity benefit event. A big attraction of the evening is the Coronation of a campus co-ed as 'cBeauty," and the introduction of the 'cUgly Man" for the season. This year the happy recipients were Miss Norma Herbertson and Gary Rucker, sponsored by TEKE and WRA respectively. LAST MINUTE VOTING makes the evening exciting as students hurry to get their ballots registered for the queen candidates. i , , ip . Q? uf he 4' X,-59 NN Y Y 03 QA K Newly crowned Norma Herbertson receives congratula toryikisses from the members of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fra ternity, her sponsoring organization. 5 1 4 Q1 4 a- X . K ,L 1, Akr- NTL GARY RUCKER, Ugly Man. , N w NORMA HERBERTSON, Beauty , -Q 1 . , 'I 1 I v v ' 4J. r r l ' Y ,,--f- N TALE HQW The talent show has become a more or less annual affair at UKC, gathering the talented from all areas of the campus, into an evening's entertainment. Winner of the individual act this year was Chuck Morrison, for a monologue. The group prize went to Gene Bollinger and Rick Nash, the "Lonesome Two," who sang their way to victory with such favorites as "Sail Away." LEFT: Gene Bollinger adds a new twist to the legend of Paul Revere. Vive l'France! BELOW: Jina Ramsay and Kathy Kubis donned kitten cos- tumes for their modern dance number. l h 1 is heir V 59 :al of X cos- l 5 -...ff f X 5 1 i I 7 1, .wx er if 1 X ,MMf 12.1444-6'Mv'Zfwf 1 f K. 45,14 I , ., Q X, f ' " W ' li . ,. .. ., ' -0 ww , f , , . , fl ff4Wf'f "f" I t 4 , A fy-ff ' f,,, M. L.-1 V " ,' me JOANNE CLARK demonstrates the fine art of baton twir- ling. CHUCK MORRISON AND BOB MCCLURG, worthy emcees of the talent show. WINNIFRED delighted the audience with a tap dance to an original tune called "The Ballad of Vegetable Soup" by Dan and Marilyn. X X Q u s 4 THE OLD MASTER'S music is preserved by his original band members. . MUSIC FOR THE YOUNGER GENERATION is no stranger to the Dorsey players. Even the twisters found tunes de- signed for their particular specialties. Strains of "Sleepy Lagoon" float over the Pierson Hall Ballroom, enveloping dancers with a dreamy mist of music. THE JIMM DOR EY ANCE CAMPUS DANCE ADVOCATES turned out en masse to nal The Jimmy Dorsey Dance, The first event scheduled for Pierson Hall, The ballroom-auditorium in The new Univer- sity Center. l nger , de- THAT DISAPPROVING LOOK can mean only one thing- Dean Bloch wonders if the twisters will ever take over student government. Hall T . , l O ONE MORE FLASH from that strobe unit, and well all be blind! .-:Af . U .L, if , x - - . Y. f- , - is D in n- l if ans for 1 f , ,,,, f N Q M 4 1 ff X. HW 4 f ff ,. fm, my f H ff' f ff f , ,Q ,ff ff f W 7' 4fQ,zQf. ,f 'f RED CA NAT UN The 1962 Tau Kappa Epsilon Red Carnation Ball, held again this year at the Bellerive Hotel, sparked the spring social season. The announce- ment of the new TEKE Sweetheart, Miss Sharon Williamson added excitement and glamour to an evening of good food and dancing. The after-dinner speaker was Mr. Richard fthe leprechaunj Shoemaker, who appealed to the fraters assembled to keep their standards and ideals always high. A good time was had bv all. CO-CHAIRMAN of the occasion, Dave Kasper, wonders it Winnifred will really turn into a pumpkin at the stroke of twelve. MISS PHYLLIS ALLBRITTEN, last year's Sweetheart, awaits the announcement of this year's choice. CHAPTER PRESIDENT, Rick Nash, crowns the happy new- comer to TEKE's collection of royalty, Miss Sharon Wil- Iiamson. ' MISS SHARON WILLIAMSON, TEKE Sweetheart. cf, w 7- 1-+- R y . I l o 0 I l S I Q 5 .1 3 2 E I l0lf'll'lg ULl"lfllU0l, The annual Spring Carnival brings a gay evening of activity to the campus each year. Organizations build booths, to which they hope to lure cus- tomers willing to part with their negotiable tickets. The crowning of the Spring Carnival Queen is always an exciting event of the evening, and this year the honor went to Miss Sandy Crowley, whose service to the University has endeared her to the hearts of all. Dreamy-eyed couples danced till the wee small hours, drawing to a close another successful and fun-filled carnival TEKE'S FISHPOND does a lanol-office business, giving away such treasures as mouth-wash and kites. 130 THE KAPPI PSI RAT BOOTH is always a popular attraction at the annual carnival. THE SIGMA BETA CASINO attracts crowds to its roulette table. ANOTHER YOUNG LADY wins a garter at the Delta Chi Pair-O-Dice Palace. ' -1:11--if ., , r 5 I M w l.......is l B ' 3.11- , A , lf 3' 1 I 77' ' . -L-42. n I ' -fr . Q 4 i 1 Q, E . , 1 . , I I Y ' "ii"'i Al. , um Uwukl ffmmwl Following the excitement of the day's altercations, each muddy faced co-ed is suddenly changed into a regally gowned beauty for the ball. Tempers relax Qusuallyj and foes of the day become friends again. Winners of the various contests are traditionally announced at intermission. This year's winners were: Skit contest, Chi Omega, Talent number, Rick Nash and Gene Bollinger, Most Fascinating Man, Tom Talbott, Bum Friday Queen, Beverly Gamber. TWISTERS of all shapes, sizes, and ages were in abun dance. fWonder where Winnifred is hiding?D TOM TALBOTT, Most Fascinating Man. . . - E 4 3 sl il 2 51 gl E 2 l E: 2 2 9: l. ,E , l , l ABOVE: Buddy Zimmer as The bear and Dory De Angelo discuss their situation. lil E, 5, lil! 523, ii: ri BELOW: Max Grady, played by Arr Dilks, and Dory De Angelo as Maggie, sing "No One'll Ever Love You." Zi il' EI sw l il ag: ki E Zu, aw mm.. yqm-.m.,ww. .ww iii' Q, gil if a H, s 52? i fgi 1 ig- ,. V 51: l f 11, 5 Q, : iii ri is 142 GCDLDILOCKS David Amos las George Randolph Brownl pleads wllh CDory De Angelo as Maggiel To uphold her promise. , ' A ' ! 1 ,rf . Y"" , x-X . l ll L! H fly ,Qi 4 1 .dl i Af! 'fs ., , Jr i lk' ' f L Q L I V Z 3 TOP ROW John Ostenbe g Lewis Roller Larry Nlclznroe Dave Clenwenson John Cole Jim Murray Row 2 Coach LeBar Pat Sharnon John Stallings Jerry Berzac Lynn Washburn Mike Kahler INTERCQLLEGIATE BASKETBALL CLUB The 1ntercolleg1ate basketball club posted a very and rece1ved a mrnrmurn of student support satlsfactory season record of SIX WIHS anc. frve The reward for the1r efforts was physlcal losses Th1s record IS actually superlor to that of exerclse they drd not even recelve school letters the1r sanctroned predecessors of last year These men have shown that a desrre to compete The members of the team and Coach LeBar wlll keep 1ntercolleg1ate athletlcs al1ve at UKC suppl1ed the1r own travel and eatmg expenses desp1te any and all obstacles LYNN VVASHBURN gfarfmg guard John Oslenberg The team s leading scorer l l l ' 144 .nn oa rn on see ord J is !X5E S We NRS Mx gm, N . f l 'itfeffriisfg K2 W Bar, CIS. C 3 l W , me lt il 5 it i 'z 'E li lf l i l i l ill il? E E is INTERCOLLEGIATE SOCCER CLUB i J Kneeling: Jim Forst, Ron Zolotor, George Marino, Chip y i Carvotta. Row 2: Coach LaBar, Dick Park, George Poly- i zoides, Retik Guran, Ron Haller. it J 5, i is l l r. , lr 2' i ' INTERCOLLEGIATE SQUASH CLUB i i i F i Kneeling: Jim Reid, John LaBar. Row 2: Jim Fries, Marvin by Huss Geor e Sim son The squash team in its initial ,Z I Q P - year posted a 3-2 record by defeating the University of , ly Missouri, the University Club, and the Kansas City Ath- fy il a-, ll letic Club. The UKC team lost two matches to the Leaven- 3 y I worth Army Base. , i i l l iiitiiiii Coach George Simpson lleftl and athletic director Jim Reid irightj show the proper forehand and backhand form to use On the squash court. Strangely enough, Mr. Reid never Seems to vvin unless he is playing against one of his sub Ordinates. 145 l l il l E! 1 tl ll l li i i ' 3 I i N . i i i, n fl l ,i ' I 1 tl 7 i l , l ? J J. H gi' l l Li 'l l i l The winners and judges of The first Table Tennis Tournament in The University Center Games Room. Row l: Marcia Myers, Dennis Vold, Esam Dajani, Jo Wagner. CENTER GAMES ROOM DRAWS CAMPUS ATHLETES The opening of the University Center Games Room vastly enlarged the sports spectrum. Under the leadership of Irvin Lance, major tourna- ments were held in table tennis, billiards, pocket billiards, checkers, chess, and snooker. The schoo1's finest ping-pong players entered a city league and competed against teams from various business firms. These same players entered a five state regional tournament held at UKC. Lily Lim, women's singles champion. Caras. , , 146 Mr. Robert Welch, Pocket Billiards Cham- pion, receiving his award from Mr. Jimmy The menis doubles team took third place and Lily Lim easily won the woman's regional cham- pionship. A similar tournament was held for pocket billiards and the Universityis menis doubles team and the womenis doubles team took third place in the five state region. These achievements have been spectacular considering this is the first year of game's room operation. Refik Guran, men's singles Table Tennis champion. ff If P12 l 1 ers, ,m- ales its annis Gerry Wigginton, winner of the Men's Novice Table Ten- nis Championship. The novice event was open to all Miss Jo Wagner, second place winner in women's pocket billiards, gets expert advice from professional Jimmy students who had never participated in a table tennis Caras during his exhibition in the games room. TOUTDBYTIGIWT. Miss Barbara Murray, vvomen's pocket billiard champion. is receiving her award from Mr. Jimmy Caras. The games room facilities and the tournaments it sponsors are not limited to experts or even the male segment of the population. By setting up separate classes that allow beginners an equal opportunity to achieve success, future champs are given a chance to develop properly. An example of such classification is the novice class in table tennis. Women are also encouraged to participate in activities usually considered foreign to their gender. David and Joan Miller prove that marriage creates unity by linking their talents to take the mixed doubles table tennis crown. 147 - - 1 is 31.41151-Q-ja 1 '53, -P L31 7. 531 :f.2:Q:-'IiQ'-jfj'f:jjij pyg .. f,,-ffqg,L2f'Jf:- --1.,,.fi-4 f"fL-.-. fgz ,,':f,z 5: wg-T Q . -: s qi- 1' T: N - -'- f f Lift ""' -"ff 2' 'TW-fi F fi?-1. i4'?'2' ii- Lf1f:7-'Q'if-T-- .:S-:L -.I ' -'f'1-4 Cir-' '-7 fi-"ff-'-g " : 7-L " H Y - N f 'Q " ' TE'-if Qf:'f:"' -'ii' -1 F fi' "1-'lzlgi-'77 'Y 7F9:,'fI', " ' A' Lf," , ',:jff,' "1 T g, '1--J Lg' Q-:li jf 4 J-ir-LX? , ' ' A31-15. 1. fb - Q- . nj' I. 2 , fy ' :-. g -,V-. f 2 if - - , f ' 1 4, ' 1 ':? " ' X Q -I Qxf xx - 1 x 1 ff' X . 1 1 ' . . . , V, Nf x --f,, .,,, ,A I '4 .I 1 I .r Q5.f 'iii ' 5 V?L": 1: .g. Q f . . ' . . Y 'rl -. V: 'f lf- 55,51 ' 1. .J-'12 f.,.-f1,::1. 'fl JE- , 152-A :Y X'-'f"" x 1 if -, 3 X? V ' xl-li5"1 " Q: T" 'l'L:1.15'-', t ' '-i511 32 - L' 1" X' V . SOC I. ' I HAR . os P M463 E if C7 5. its 4 e ' S IATXO Student branch SCHCIDI.. CF PHARMACY UNIVERSITY DF KANSAS CITY SIUC RUCKHILL READ KANSAS CITY IU, MISSDURI The Executive Committee of the American Pharmaceutical Association: l. to r., Dr. William Rost, Tony Spalitto, Vice-President, Mary Alice Kessler, Secretary, Raymond Kennett, President, Mauriece Smith, Student Council Representative, Gary Rucker, Student Council Representative, and Tom Frazier, Treasurer. Raymond Kennett presents to Dean Eisenbrandt, on behalf of the School of Pharmacy, a mosaic of the APhA seal which he constructed last summer. 150 The American Pharmaceutical Association QAPhAj is the governing body of the School of Pharmacy. Chartered 'in 19417, it was the first national pharmacy organization for the school. During National Pharmacy Week, three displays concerning pharmacy were placed on campus. One of these placed third in the National College Contest. Jo Wagner received the Third Place Award at the National APhA Convention. It was the first time the chapter has entered the national contest. APhA served host to students from Kansas University and St. Louis College of Pharmacy at the Tri-School Meeting in the fall. Raymond Kennett and Mary Alice Kessler headed the delegation of eight students to the National APhA Convention in Las Vegas. UKC, had one of the largest student delegations attending the convention. The highlight of the year was the spring Alumni- Student banquet held at the Party House. Awards were made. to graduating seniors and the new APhA officers were installed. The National Pharmacy Week Committee consisting of Jo Wagner, Tom Blackwell, and Barbara Murray are shown holding one of their exhibits. l ree -d r 1 .ool on mi- d of Jo rown KAPPA PSI PHARMACEUTICAL FRATERNITY iliiiliiifi -hy 99 Q UXM A x . ,J -at xx ll , gc 'fa 52:21:15: S4 Tom Garrison Wig, "2'1z,,j-ES- "' QS" qi, Xt TE KP Jon Swisher Sam Strada Dr. Paul Scott Tom Frazier Raymond Kennett Joe Guffey O F F I C E R S Tom Garrison ..... ,,,,,,,,,,, R egent Joh Swisher ........ ...... V ice-Regent Tom Frazier ........ ....... S ecretary Sam Strada ..... ....... T reasurer Joe Guffey ............ ........ C haplain Raymond Kennett ....... ...................... H istorian Dr. Paul Scott .............. ...... Grand Council Deputy Kappa Psi is the oldest and largest professional pharmacy fraternity for men. Founded in 1879 at Russell Military Academy in New Haven, Connecticut, there are now 52 chapters at 76 schools of pharmacy in America. Gamma Theta, the local chapter, was chartered in 1957 and was the first pharmacy fraternity at UKC. Row 1: Phil Forney, Don Poe, Jim Osborn, Dr. Paul Scott, Tom Garrison, Gary Coleman, Sibert Hill, Joe Guffey. Row. 2: Pat Porter, John Williams, Charles Wooten, James Bendure, John Shultz, Errol Garber, Sam Strada. Row 3: Louis Proctor, Bill Frazier, Tom Frazier, Gary Hendren, Dave Hartwig, Raymond Kennett, Roy Krehbiel, Randy Flett. Row 4: Noel Arnold, Jon Genisio, Larry Day, Bud Wendling, Craig McCorkle, Mel Roger, Bob Cushman, Larry Hodson. 151 5 l Z I it 3 E l rr, F F rw 1 ,H-. ,, iimn 5 ! 3 E 1 4 4 5 f ' fffw f M fa f W H elf 1 Z 7ff'X'f'Z' ff ,QQ t, ,,, , l ,W me ffryf V4 ,,,.W 4.,.f,a 7, , ,, Z ,,,.4,,ff, ff, ap, ,ff , . ' f QW,htMej 22? if- f . . 7giiff,sfL?QCiffzffy X "KW - t Ruth Beamer Helen Dischner Brenda Dull Mary Kessler Barbara Murray Paula Schwab Francis Smith Evelyn Suffecool Jo Ellen Wagner Sarah Wharton .4 Fair? Ll' Wil Kappa EpsHon Kappa Epsilon was founded at the State Univer- sity of Iowa in Iowa City on May 13, 1921. Omega Chapter was installed at the University of Kansas City on April 12, 1958. The object and purpose of this chapter is to foster a spirit of fraternalism among women students in pharmacyg to cooperate with college authorities in their efforts to maintain high social and scholastic standardsg to assist in the advancement of pharmaceutical educationg to foster a profes- sional consciousnessg and to provide a bond of lasting loyalty, interest, and friendship of its members and the profession of pharmacy. 152 President ...... Vice-President ..... Secretary ...... Treasurer ...... Historian ..... Chaplain ....... Mrs. Roslp Advisor l O F F I C E R S -----Evelyn F. Suffecool --.--Paula Schwab -.---.Jo Ellen Wagner -.---Mary Alice Kessler -.-...Frances Mauriece Smith .------Helen L. Dischner Q T ' uf? Ms.. 2 ecool 1wab xgner essler Smith ch ner l . Phillip Allen Tom Blackwell Richard Davis Larry Dowd Gene Epple Bob Fisk larry Goldman lay Gruver Lawrence Hayden Gordon Hensley Gene Hudson George Koffler Louis Kuhnel Pete leodler Pat McGraw J. Leo McMahon Bob Rice W. Randall Shobe Melvin Taylor Harry Tishk Vaughn Wilson PHI DELTA CHI 3, 2324 122 ,cy " I :lftggitllqfbwfj Q 2,45 Keith Stone ....... ............. P residenl Gene Epple ,,.,,, ,,.,,,,. V ice-President Bob Fisk ,,,,,- ......... S ecretary Keith Stone ......... ,Correspondent George Koffler ...... ....... T YGGSUFGY Randall Shobe ....... ............. C hOIPl0in Harry Tishk ....,, Master-at-Arms Louis Kuhnel ....... J. Leo McMahon ....... ...,.lnner Guard .......Advisor Phi Delta Chi is the oldest professional pharmacy fraternity. It was founded at the University of Michigan, the first School of Pharmacy in a state-supported institution, on November 2, 1883. Phi Delta Chi 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, 1960. The object of Phi Delta Chi is to advance the science of Pharmacy and its allied interests and to foster and promote a fraternal spirit among its members. 153 4 I Seated: George Hummel, George DeBitetto, Gerald Holcomb, Woodson Longan, H. J. Gunnels, Jr., Richard McKelvey Row 2: James Love, William Elliott, Sheldon Shepherd, Donald Weinstein, John Meachem, Jack Flippo. Row 3: Pro fessor Lambert, James Hentzen, Charles Boyles, John Ivan, Donald Quinn, Donald Slyter. PHI ALPHA DELTA OFFICERS Donald Slyter ......... .......... J Ustite ........... ,,,,,.,.,,, J erry Holcomb William Elliott ........ .......... V ice-Justice ........ .,,,,,. 6 eorge DeBitetto Thomas Guinan .......... ........... C lerk ......... .......... W oodson Longun Henry Flippo ........... ........ T reusurer ......... ....,... G eorge Hummel Jerry Holcomb ........ ......... M arshul ....... ......... R obert Smith The fall semester was launched with several rush activities. A party was held at the home of Mr. Austin Speers, a well-known PAD of the alumni chapter. The Annual Alumni Bar-B-Que was held on October 21 at Lake Lotawana with the active chapter and pledges as special guests The Christmas Party was held at the home of Mr. William Elliott, and everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The Tri-Chapter Initiation was the most important function of the Spring Semester. The event was held in Lawrence, Kansas, this year, and the PAD chapters from Washburn, Kansas University, and UKC all par ticipated, making the occasion a fine time for all. 155 .11 Damn. ' Richard Ackerman, Jr. George Allison Louie Allred James Anderson Ron Andrews Robert Baker Richard Bennett Warren Blaich Eugene Blackman George Blaylock James Bloss Rodger Bright James O. Brown Larry Brown Robert Brown Norman Burk Charley Cobb Richard Corley Bob Craven Marty Craven David Crutchfield Hall Dewell Dale D. Dickson Jerry Dickson Vernon Diel Bob Dodson Harlo Donelson NU cHA0l3fEk iiiii QNTEMBERS Glenn Douthitt A. C. Edwards Tom Emery Dennis D. Flynn Richard Foster Arthur Glass Tom Grant Fred Greenblatt Robert L. Griffin John Grisham Robert C. Groff Delbert Hale Don Hargis Jon Harrison Robert L. Hart P. D. Harutum Robert Hauetter Granvil Hays Glenn Hemingway Bob Hillis Jack Hollingsworth Gerald Holt Frank Holtz Richard Horton Larry Huey Pat Hutchens Stanley llin Wayne Jenkins Lynn Jones A. G. Kahmann Francis Kaufman Jerry Kehr John King Tom Knez Ronald Kramer Kent Lamb Kenneth Laney Wayne Lewis Joe Lynch Richard McConkay Earl McHugh Richard McKinney George McNutt Roy Mabe Anthony Martin Paul Medlock Floyd Metzger Rayburn Moore Robert Morhart George R. Myers Albert Nakakura William Neal Thomas Lee Nelson Baxter Newton, Jr. Tom Okano Phillip Ottinger Howard Pelzner Bob Pitcock Clarence Rehorn David Roberts Victor Rodman John C. Rosnik Merle Runck James C. Simmons Richard Simmons Bill P. Smith Mal Smith Don Smothers Frank Sommer Ben Sparks Charles Spencer Gilbert Strouse Gayne Thorne Richard Trussell Robert Waitman Chuck Waller Donald Weber Donald Werking J. B. Whitten, Jr. Phillip Willey Terry Williams Vaughn Wipf Randy Womack Robert Woodsmall DELTA SIGMA DELTA DELTA SIGMA DELTA was the first fraternity in the field of dentistry, or- ganized in November, 1882. Nu Chapter was the first dental fraternity at the School of Dentistry, being founded on March 15, 1898. Delta Sigma Delta 'has initiated over 30,000 members since 1882, has over 24,000 ac- tive members, being the largest of any dental fra- ternity, and boasting over 14,000 life members. The children aren't quite sure about this Santa Claus as they look suspiciously on at the Delta Sigma Delta Christmas Party. DELTA SIGMA DELTA AUXILIARY ,vf- ' A PSI OMEGA LTA ty in T5 or- ber, lS the :y at istry, larch gma Over ince D ac- j the , fra- OVCI' Each year Psi Omega Dental Fraternity presents Kansas City Alumni and the Kansas Alumni a number of dances, parties, and social gather- groups make awards to the outstanding senior mgs. The senior dinner dance is held annually, who has contributed the most to the fraternity and awards are made to graduating seniors. The Charles Beadles Gary Foster Sam Williams Jim Moses Jack Brookshire C. J. Gossett Jerry Akers Edward R. Oman Uhl Donovan Dee Ray Gott Ronald Aks Scotty Patton sure Chester Eastin Ken Gott Edwin Anderson Tad Poling heY Larry Lumpkin George Harper James Atkinson Ronald Skinner nn? Jim Marshall John Hayhurst Bill Austell Larry Slaten Pete Spence Charles Larason Dick Baker Clarence Trummel Peter Steinhauer Jim Lott Dave Barnes Jack Vincent Algie Stuart Arthur Margolis Charles Beatty Ronald Vincent V Norman Thompson Richard Ochs John Beynon lou Wienecke Joe Weaver John Dstenberg William Bonham Mel Wimmer . Richard Cooper Norman Pfeifer William Brell Tom Alley 3 J Jacob Footlick Wallace Herren Paul Hills Allen Renkoff James Robinson Grant Ritchey Richard Brown Bruce Carter Larry Coffee Victor Andrews Steve Barber James Barton Thomas Hoyne Jack Schmitt Dee Fletcher Jack Becket Mike Kirkpatric Clayton Shepherd Duane Gustafson John Bonomo George McMillan Pat Thompson James Hall larry Bresnick Bob Merten Kent Twyman James Johnson Forrest Brown Norman Powers Ronald Vantuyl Bill lake Eddie COX James Standifer Carlton Walker Robert lee Larry Diehl Mario Strifqq Lynn Washburn Lewis long Douglas Dillion lawrence Thielke Ronald Wayt John Melland Dale Eggleston Robert Tilley Roger Young Roger Metcalf Richard Fellrath 157 I I XI PSI PHI I 1 Seated: Fred J. Weyh, Don L. Hawley, Eugene C. Haas, Ronald G. Higgins, Jerome M. Laham, Paul B. Menges, Dr.'Jay Jones, Willard N. Dixon, Jr., Leeland M. Lovaas, Mike Johnson, James L. Rethhorst, Vernon E. Osborn. Row 2: Ted L. Demeter, James F. Tillery, Robert Sperlin, F. L. Williams, Charles E. Kavanaugh, James W. Moore, Robert J. Weakley, Laurin L. Wainwright, Thomas E. Storm, Paul Franco, Art Dalpiaz, Albert EiHaII, Ray O. Esquibel, Robert E. Strack, Robert L. Wilhelm, Richard L. Racette, Ralph D. Hargrave. Row 3: Jack R. O'NeiI, Grant Cookson, Kenneth F. Farha, John F. Simon, Ronald M. Staab, Bill E. Hoffman, Mike Wamsley, 'Mike Allen, Tom Sherard, Richard M. Lanning, Robert Beaver, Donald E. Courts, Dewey G. Ballew, Richard H. James. Row 4: Ivan G. Smith, Leonard R. Wade, John B. Andersen, Stephen F. Young, Fred L. McDonald, William D. Reifsteck, William L. Scearce, Mickey J. Wagner, Meigs S. Jones, James A. Rowland, Gerald Pat Waneka, Donald C. Osterfoss, Charles A. Robertson, Gordon K. Mahanna. Xi Psi Phi, the largest Dental Fraternity on campus, sponsors several activities each year. Two of the outstanding social functions this year were the annual Shipwreck Dance and the Senior Dinner Dance, which honored the gradu- ating seniors. The chapter also gives an award 3 to the member with the highest scholastic rating. Marty Craven and Jan Funke arrive on Captain Kidd's I pirate ship at the Shipwreck Dance. 158 i il - 1 W M--a:"Ww-mme-wfwwffw'-m-D:--W-v --k l-- I - I I M. -1 .. uf ,.g K ! Row 1: Mimi Halliday, Sharon Pettit, .Joanne Baker, Joyce Dille, Nancyelaine Rusk, Becky Thompson, Maybelle Franz, Margaret- Brunell. Rovy 2: Joedy Meters, Bettye Sue Volkart, Judith Otten, Marie Cogbill, Irene Rice, Janet Johnson, Nancy Kinnamon, Anita Weber, Lleuvveen Chase. Not pictured: Mary Clark, Sandy Moore, Phyllis Petkoff, Barbara Smith, Randinne Thorud, Roberta Young. OFFICERS Sharon Pettit ....... ......,,....,,....,,....,,....,....,.,.. P resident Joyce Dille ............. ....,......,.,,,,,,.,. V ice-President Becky Thompson ......... -- ..... Corresponding Secretory Noncyeloine Rusk ....... ............ R ecording Secretary Mimi Halliday ........ ..,,...,..,....... T recisurer Joanne Boker ...... ...... F acult Advisor Y 7 """' - 2 I 1 f ati' 1 ' ' ' TQ "f-- f "t'. - ' , C iz -,f 414 Ii, xiii, 1-4 6, E i., L , iq 'file ,5- . '11, ' 3Qkz:imn5L J 'A 3 :MW A v ii i-if it 45' im? E . ,., 1 - 11 1Hhi ipzilnn MU PHI EPSILON is a National Professional Music Sorority, having as its purpose the advancement of music in America, the promo- tion of musicianship and scholarship, loyalty to the Alma Mater, and the development of a true Sisterhood. The Sorority was founded at the Metropolitan College of Music in Cincinnati, Ohio, on November 13, 1903, and since that time it has grown to include 88 collegiate and 69 alumnae chapters. Alpha Kappa Chapter was installed on November 13, 1959, upon the merger of Mu Delta Chapter at the Conserva- tory of Music and Phi Phi Chapter at the University of Kansas City. 159 l l I 1 gllilvlil llllllll llllll i , i i i I i Row l: Valda Barger, Millie Fling, Karen Richie, Mary Ellen Sutton. Standing: Joan Barkley, Lincla Leibowitz, Char- maine Cole, Ann Hovey, Jane Graham, Linda Williams, Not Pictured: Shirley Bean, Joan Cochran, Sharon Griffiths, Millie Mehnert, Shirley Middleswart, Grace Schwarz, Catherine Spalding, Jean Marie Tressler, Stsu Kataoka, Chetlee Lockrey, Evelyn Johnson. Sigma Alpha Iota is an internationally incor- O F F I C E R S i presidenf ------'.-------- ---- ---..-- K C, ren Richie porated professional fraternity for women in the Vice-President ........ ,.....,,..,, M illie Fling . . . C Secretary-mum mm-Linda Leibowhz field of music. Membership is based upon Treasurer .................. ......., G race Schwarz . . . . . J h l h h l , d Assistant Treasurer-mm Umm-Charmaine Cole SC 0 EWS IP, muslclans 1P: P35033 IW an ChO'PlC'ln ---------------- ------ 5 l"l'leY Mlddlesworf character, and is open to college music students Editor ....... ....... C catherine Spalding Historian ........ ........... V oldcu Burger of undergraduate and graduate level. The Sgt.-ot-Arms ...... ....... S horon Griffiths purposes of Sigma Alpha Iota are to form i chapters of music students and musicians who l Ctlilxecgp shall, by their influence and their musical interest, uphold the h1ghest ideals of a musical education, and to raise the standard of produc- 65, . eo' . . asap 9,9 tive musical work among the women students I5 IR- of colleges, Conservatories and universities. ' 160 l l ,,,qMl4Mf.vN-www'-wwf-Mawwg .afg gg 3 ffff 5-f ,fe-ze..-L ..-..., I .gi ,:.,f,,. i. ,,:.,,, ,, ...W ,,... .........,,.,...., ,,, ...M ,..., ,,,,,M, ,l,,,,, ,-M,-NMA., fiiiflg-Z WOMEN'S RESIDENCE COUNCIL FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS mu-.1-............ .CNN ,,,, , W' ' " v" """' f --f-b .. .,,,,, .Y " f.. Lf, I Lili Seated: Julia Sharp, Jo Wafer, Carole Brentson, Peggy Clark, Marilyn Ontman, Cecelia Ryser, Sue Ellmaker, Row 2: Irene Rice, Sarah Wharton, Deanne DeWaId, Sandra Benvenuti, June Hunt, Cynthia Hinman, Chari Winn. Row 3: Betty Caldwell, Jan Funke, Jackie Gatto, Jane Teeter, Terry Cramer, Judith Meyer, Martha Pace, Yvonne LeVelIe. Row 4: Ronni Bisman, Abner Smith, Satin Smith, Angela England, Sandra Lawler, Met Matrici, Joi Stacey. L. to R.: Carole Brentson, Peggy Clark, President of Judicial Board, Jan Funke, Jane Teeter, Jackie Gatto, Secretary-Treasurer, Della Wiehl, President, Jo Water, Joi Stacey, Social Chairman. L. to R.: Jo Water, Carole Brentson, Secretary-Treasurer, Peggy Clark, President, Mari- lyn Ontman, Vice-President, Margaret Mayo, Sue Ellmaker, Joyce Hainen. ffl UNIVERSITY CENTER CENTER HIGHLIGHTS 1961-1962 September 29, 1961, Grand Opening Day for the University Center, commenced what is hoped to be a long and productive tradition of Center activities for students, faculty and community. The festivities included a ribbon-cutting cere- mony, Center tours, billard and table tennis exhibitions, a dance, and floor shows by such vocal groups as the Surf Riders and the Kippers, as well as the showman-magician, C. Shaw Smith. Two months after the opening, the Center hosted the Region 8 Association of College Unions' Convention, which included 280 delegates from fifty college union boards in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska. The year's activities, administered by the Program Council and executed by the Committee Chair- men, included art exhibits, motion pictures, TGIF Dances, an all-University talent show, Musical Comedy Hours, coffees, the Know-how Jamboree, book reviews, faculty and guest lecturers, panels and forums, and billard, table tennis, bridge and chess tournaments. PROGRAM COUNCIL President ,,,,,,,. ........ I. IFICIOI Hood Vice-President ...... ...... T Om JOhnS0n Secretary ..,,,,....,,.....,.....,... . ..,,.,.,................ Rita Norton Sandy Crowley, Susie Duncan, Pat Hoff, Bruce Ernst, Sandy D'Arcy, Judy Larson, Dick Replogle. COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Art ....,,.....,....,,................... ...,................, P at Wilkinson Dance ...... ....... H ugh Hass Film .,.,,,.,.,,,. ,..... D ave Kasper Hospitality ....,... ........ V irginia Blunt -----.-ElIen Mason Carol Brentson Music-Libra ry ....... .--.----Kathy Kubis Personnel .......... Public Relations ....... ...... K yle Weaver Bev Thomas Recreation ......... ......... S haron Williamson Special Events ...... ............. B ev Gamber Talks and Topics ................ . .................. Mary Siegfried UNIVERSITY CENTER BOARD: Row I: Bob Handy, Dr. Jack Wells, Suds Mouri, Jane Hadden, Linda Hood, Susie Dun- can, Sandy Crowley, Pat Hoff, Dick Gardner, Rita Norton. Row 2: Duane Nedrud, Marvin Huss, Charles Linn, Wheadon Bloch, Dr. Sidney Ekblaw, Wayne Edris, Dr. Everette Hendricks, Tom Johnson, Paul Christiansen, Karen Peterson. Not Pictured: Bruce Ernst, Sandy D'Arcy, Judy Larson, Dick Replogle, Jim Fries, Dr. Wm, Rost, Linda Cureton, R. Taylor. I I 162 3 M ood son 'ton off, son, gle. son lass per unt SOI'l 'SOI1 Jbis Iver nas son ber 'ied Jun- don Not 7 ..v,. ffm 7 471 ,hfylf A 4 z X 1 :4 WNV fa ,L 1. 97' ' C y f ,fi If I 'f ' -ff 4 V1-vfw, COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN meet with Emy Goetz to discuss the coming weeks events. CDon't shoot, David, Winnitred loves youll THE PROGRAM COUNCIL includes Bruce Ernst, Rita Nor- ton, Sandy Crowley, Linda Hood, Pat Hott, and Susie Duncan. HANGING PICTURES in the Little Gallery is iust one of the many duties of the Program Council. CMembe.rs pictured: Sandy Crowley, Linda Hood, Susie Duncan, Rita Norton.J if ,,,,c.,,W ,q,,,,W,W,W WM ,.""?fSF' We fy 51,3 ., fy. gm, '46 ve 1 ef f 163 NEWMAN CLUB Newman Club, the Catholic Religious Organiza- tion, began the school year by putting the finishing touches on the new Chaplain's Resi- dence located at 5221 Rockhill. The club met there every Monday night to carry on the various club activities. The events which were a regular feature for the sixty members were: accredited classes in Church History, Logic, and Theology, guest speakers twice a month, Communion Breakfasts on the first and third Sunday of the monthg and a Chaplainas coffee hour held periodically throughout the year. Newman Chaplain's Residence, 5221 Rockh-ill "So, that's how you twist!" A Halloween dance was held in addition to several mixers after meetings. The chapter was honored by being chosen as co-host for the Central States Province Convention held at the Muehlebach Hotel. Approximately 4:00 Newman members from Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri were present for the convention. A Day of Recollection was held at the Chaplainas residence on May 13th. The annual picnic at Swope Park marked the completion of another successful year. Row la Mike Johnson, Kathleen Porn, Sally Tucker, Neal Roller. Row 2: Rory Ellinger, Barbara Johnson, Martha Cutler, Margot Ann Thornhill, Jeanne Ziegler, Toni Klein, Nancy Barnes, Sandy Klug, Dennis Hehir, Cheryl Booth. 164 COSMOPOLITAN CLU B UKC's Cosmopolitan Club offers a wide program of social activities to students from all parts of the world. Their International Ball, given early this spring, drew foreign students from several nearby schools, as well as many of the students from the University. A record crowd of 600 students enjoyed entertainment and refreshments, as well as dancing until the wee small hours. MEMBERS PICTURED ABOVE: Row 15 Esam Dajani, Hanako Kawatsu, Miss Marilyn Horton, Advisor to the group, Penny Jenison, Aida Nur Il Deen, Profullchandra Sheth. Row 2, Chandu Desai, George Polyzoides, Presi- dent, Derrick Johnson, Jay Stattman. -. H, ...E ll , OMICRON DELTA KAPPA Omicron Delta Kappa is the national menas honorary fraternity on campus. Representing the tops in achievement, participation, as well as scholarship, the ODK,s high standards are well guarded by each new member. MEMBERS PICTURED ABOVE: Row lg Fred Wilkins, Bruce Ernst, Tom Garrison. Row 2, Dr. Sidney Ekblaw, Warren Buxton, Dr. William Crain. . DELTA ALPHA Delta Alpha is the Senior womenis honorary society on campus. New members of the group are tapped in a traditional ceremony at the Honor's Day Convocation each spring. MEMBERS PICTURED BELOW: Left to right, Pat Wilhoit, Charlotte Hill, Secretary-Historian, Gerre Patterson, Kathy Bushnell, Sandra Tracy, Sergeant at Arms. 165 Above: Dr. Murrish gives his debaters a briefing before the Oklahoma City trip. Standing: Dr. Murrish, Dan Koden, Bervin Fisher, Steve Sturde- vant, Bill Cohen, Bill Crawford. Seated: Bill Isenhour, Ed Kriss, Rory Ellinger. U KC PLAYERS DEBATE - 26TH NATIONALLY In the third year of a rejuvenation pro- gram under Dr. VV alter Murrish, direc- tor of forensics for the University, the debate squad journeyed to about 15 tour- naments, won 70? of its debates and brought five trophies to the campus. Bill Isenhour and Bill Cohen placed 26th in the nation, with Isenhour as 26th ranked speaker, at the National Debate Tourna- ment in April. Isenhour and Cohen won championships at Colorado State Col- lege and the University of Nebraska, as well as a first-place tie at the District qualifying tournament for nationals. Along with Isenhour and Cohen, Bill Crawford and Ed Kriss provided the nucleus of the varsity unit. Jim Ful- bright, a graduate assistant in the speecli department, acted as assistant coach this year. Other participants in the fo- rensics program included Rory Ellinger, Dan Koden, Steve Sturdevant, Bervin Fisher, Liz Jensen, Marcia Myers, Char- lotte Hill, Mike White, and Rick Hansen. Row 1: Becky Thompson, Margaret Mayo, Carolyn Shindler, Joy Stoll, Charlotte Hill, Barbara Finkle, Jina Ramsay, Sharon Weddle. Row 2: Sue Sherrick, Elizabeth Jensen, Buddy Zimmer, Dr. Mcllrath, Dannean Ferris, Zane Chait, Bev Gamber, Bob Bahr, Jim Zeiger. 166 . 1 ? l l Rho Chi, the national honor society in the field of Pharmacy, was founded in 1922. The Alpha O F F I C E R S Omega Chapter was established at the Univer- s sity of Kansas City in 1954. Membership is presidenf .,,,,,,.,.,., ---Evelyn F, Suffecool based on scholarship and high personal qualifi- 'E' .Rh 'E 'till tCl'E Vice-President ..... Eugene N.Molnstield Ca Ions O 1 alms O acquam C S u Cn with the professional aspects of pharmacy and Secretory-Treasurer-.Warren W. Tuttle to point the Way to instructive Study and Higtgriqn ,.,,,-.,.-,.,,.,,, Dr, Pqul M, 55011 research in this field. The society strives to make , , , it LJ bett l'1 C' L Cl it. HS. Faculty Advisor ...... Dr. William J. Rost 1 S mem ers er P arma IS S an C1 126 L ,2 '- I Av ,:V'V, ,4 ,. VV -Md' 1 Q. I I 4 -uf f"'f , if . 'Q ,Q ' 7 in ' Isa. H v3'1.'- A ,L - Left to right: Dr. Leslie L. Eisenbrandt, J. Leo McMahon, Dr. N oel O. Nuessle, Dr. William J. Rost, Dr, Paul M. Scott, Evelyn F. Suftecool, Lyle W. Willits. TEACHERS NOW TRAINING Row l: Guest Speaker, Jane Hadden, Judy Larson, Myrna Goodrich, Linda Hurley. Row 2: Edward Gier, Alyce Cum mins, Judy Greenberg, Judy Katz, Pat Wilhoit, Sandra Peery, Nonavee Butts, Lorene Metzler. 168 u i l 5 E l 1 V. l: llli X l l l , an 1111111-Q Quai!! hhiin-Q Noelle? E is 5 5 55552 5 5 EE E EE 3 . ... e 2 2 2 2 :gf :z - - - - W 2 2 a - ,L 5 ' fur- . . , Za.a-3.--,a , f,, 5 ,f,, , The University of Kansas CHS, The 1961-62 U-NEWS with a sizable and un- believably creative staff, served the student community as dissentor, propagandist, antagonist, philosopher, commentator, and satirist. Circula- tion reached an all-time high this year, just as controversy reached an all-time high. The imag- inations of Editor Myers, Pat Hoff, Mike White and Phil Brimble, Assistant editors, combined to create the uproarously funny, bitterly sarcastic, and frighteningly truthful '61-62 U-NEWS. Budget problems and radical student groups proved no drawback, as the paper reigned and prospered in the face of any and all opposition. Every issue provided the opportunity and a duty to print the courageous and true, to rise above the mediocre and conventional, to appeal to the independent part of the university community and to rise above the fear of partisanship and popular prejudice. The staff now moves on to greater horizons, having spent the year giving to its readers the invitation to be informed, to think, and to act. H l l i i l l i l l T li l it l l Q l MISS MARCIA MYERS, Editor, lp the UNIVERSITY NEWS. LEFT: RICK NASH, Business Manager of the U-NEWS for lj The year l96l-62. BELOW: Burning the midnight oil is John Ralston, services 3 on the paper proved invaluable. 170 l...,. ,.,, .,,., M. im.. ,,.,a,., W. ,.,...,, , .,,.,,,,.,,,,,, r ,..,,,, ac-- ,,,,, we M ,.,a,., so 4 - am M as asf K E222 Ei-if' lhl Q u 11 A E EE -4 - -- Q :zzi S City it, IIC 7 I 1C 75? fl V f W MW MIKE WHITE, busy assistant editor of the I96I-62 UNI- VERSITY NEWS. MISS PATRICIA HOFF, Assistant Editor. LEFT: Linda Vials prepares copies of the paper for circu- lation to advertisers. ' THE U-NEWS seems to deal with all sorts of services. IHey, Rick, YOU IWBVS 5 piece of ICOVSYTIWIG in YOUI' earll MISS KATHY WORRELL, named Kangaroo Co-ed in the contest, sponsored by the UNIVERSITY NEWS. I wwf , fi' 4 4 , 9 V. Z, t , , Q The arn- tent SANDRA TRACY, Editor, the 1962 KANGAROO THE KANGARO0 STAFF REPEATS 1961 CCTHE RETURN OF THE NATIVECSY' might be an excellent title for the staff of the 1962 KANCAROO. The editorjs position Cfor better or worsej was placed again in the hands of Sandra Tracy, senior in the College of Arts and Sciences, who also held the same position on the '61 edi- tion. Carl Keller, who served the '61 administra- tion as Copy Editor, played a return engagement as the Business Manager of this year's annual. Mary Siegfried, who was also a member of last year's staff, served again, this time as Assistant Editor. With all this experience, how could we lose? An even bigger job this year than last, publi- cation seemed a thousand years away. But zero hour arrived at last, and success proved ever sweeter, the second time around. Many thanks to all who gave help, in thought, word, or deed. Spe- cial thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hoyt, who made possible the lovely portraits of campus roy- alty. To Roy Allbritten, our right hand photog- rapher, along with Mike Conrad and others Qin- cluding in a pinch, Winnifredj belong the credit for the pictures with which we have filled the book, to bring to the students as complete a review of the year's events as was humanly possible. CARL KELLER, Business Manager MARY SIEGFRIED, Assistant Editor 173 TAU KAPPA EPSILON Tau Kappa Epsilon, '4The Fraternity for Life," was founded in 1899 at Illinois Wesleyan Uni- versity. The Epsilon Lambda Chapter was installed at the University of Kansas City during the 1955-56 school year. Teke's participate in student government and in many other phases of campus life. At the annual Beauty and Beast Dance, Cary Rucker was announced Ugly Man on Campus. Social events this year included the Cornstalk Stomp and the Playboy Party. At the Red Carnation Ball, held at the Bellerive Hotel, Miss Sharon Williamson was announced TKE Sweetheart for 1962. The members of TKE can look back on a successful year as they continue to contribute realistically to the campus community. Rick Nash ...... Bruce Ernst .,..... Hugh Hass ....... Bob Vorce ........ . ..... Gary Rucker ....... ,,,,,, , OFFICERS President ....... Vice-President ,,,,,, .... Secretary ...... .. ..... -- Gene Mueller ........ ...... , .-Sgt.-at-Arms ,,,, , Darwin Weston ..... .,,,,.,.,. H istorian ,.,,,, Tom Talbott ........ .,,,,. .Treasurer ....... .... Chaplain ....... ,,,,... -..-..--.Rick Nash ---.Gene Mueller -Roger Kennicutt --------.Bob Vorce -Darwin Weston Henry Bramman --..----Bill Teiwes .Parllamentarianr ,..,,, ,.,,,,,, T om Talbott Rick Nash President TKE, Gary Rucker, is congratulated upon being named Ugly Man on Campus at the Beauty and Beast Dance. 174 Gene Mueller Vice-President Q 1 w 1 w 1 n CHI OMEGA On December 9, 1961, the Beta Chapter of the Cho Chin Sorority became the Lambda Zeta Chapter of the Chi Omega Sorority, the first national Sorority to be established at UKC. On this day, 22 actives of the Cho Chin Chapter were initiated along with many of their alumnae. Activities of the chapter for the year were varied and widespread. The Sorority was repre- sented on the Dean's List, Center Committees, and Student Council Committees. Chi Omegas were selected as Beauty of the Beauty and Beast Dance, Sno-Ball Queen, and Winter Carnival Queen. Two members of the Sorority attended the National Convention during the summer at White Sulphur Springs, Virginia. At the annual Valentine's Dance, Ken Shemark was chosen at Chi Omega's First Sweetheart. , OFFICERS Vice-President ....... Secretary .......,. Treasurer ......... Sandra Crowley President President ......... ................. . ........... . Pledge Trainer ............................................ Sandra Crowley --.--.----Kathy Bushnell Y -.---.-Gerry Lee Patterson Q01 W ----.----Mauriece Smith Pat Wilhoit Q Sgt.-at-Arms ...... Karen Johnson 81 Norma Herbertson 176 Members and associates of Chi Omega attended the Pan- hellenic Tea on December lO in honor of Miss Elizabeth Dyer, Chi Omega's national president. Miss Beverly Vaughan at the Panhellenic Tea. 1 L , ,nl E i 'Y f A I 1 x " I' L. le 3 Qi? 11-Ta Q , , , . 7 ' -- ,Q 4 , f 7' M W f 3 , N9 a Jim Boyle John Bruce Dick Cipolla Dave Clemenson John Cole Richard Farrell Jim Fiddler Bill Frazier Skip Garcia Gary Hendren Mike Kahler Fred Knapp Gary Lowe Newman McAllister George McNeish Bob Pflanz Mike Phillips Elliott Shubert J. T. Spotts Kyle Weaver X U , 1 VS . I 44 X' :-6' 4?- zf 1 ., .4 ,gi 1 f f f - , 4' 1 WW , X I f f , M X ,Mg W "ff, 4 ' A Q idle! l l F 3 l a i ll r t XEIBNXNBXNK ALPHA DELTA PI Sigma Beta Sorority is now the Delta Phi Chapter of the oldest of the national sororities, Alpha Delta Pi. Sigma Beta was established in 19311 as the sister sorority of the Jr. College V.V.V.'s. Alpha Delta Pi was founded at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia, on May 15, 1851. Sorority events this year included the Christmas Banquet and the Valentine's Dance where pledges announced their cupid, Gary Hendren. Sigma Beta-Alpha Delta Pi's are active in all phases of campus life, including the Dean's Honor Roll, Delta Alpha Senior Women's Honorary, the University Center Program Council, and Pi Kappa Delta national debate fraternity. Other honors this year included the editorship of both the yearbook and the school paper. Alpha Delta Pi's were chosen Sweethearts of the fraternities Delta Chi and Tau Kappa Epsilon. OFFICERS Pam Patrick ...... -. ....... President ,,,,,, .,,,,,,, J udy Grove Rita Norton ............. Vice-President ,,,,,,,,,, Virginia. Blunt Mary Siegfried .... .. ...... Secretary .,,,,,,,,,.,,, Linda Pfeiffer Judy Grove ...... ..... - --Treasurer ,,,,,, ,.,,-, S qrq Molln The Sigma Beta booth draws a crowd at the Spring Carnival. 180 x y 1:-:ae ' J' .' .nk FOUNDED l85l v - ' , jr. E 1 l Seated: Ted Koutsoubos, Darrell Shriver, Joe Manley, Bob ter. Row 3: George Myers, Bill Hernmen, Louis Proctor, Day, Ken Gottschall. Row 2: Dr. William Milstead, Richard Joe Ernst, Dave Nelson. , Owens, Mike Frost, Gene Heath, Mike White, Fred Spries- ALPHA PHI OMEGA O F F I C E R S Dave Nelson ............... President ................... Mike Frost Hugh Hass ........... .-.-Vice-President--- .............. Joe Ernst Joe Ernst ....,,............... Secretory ...... ........ J oe Manley George Myers ..... . ....... Treasurer ...... .......... B ob Doy Louis Proctor ........ ....... H istoridn ....... , ........ Dave Nelson --..-,----.----.--..--..--.----.Sgt.-ot-Arms--.- .-------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 humanity, and to further the freedom that is our national, educational, and intellectual heritage." This marked another busy year for the APO's. Their Beauty and Beast Dance raised over 31,200 for the Catherine Hale Home for the Blind, and those attending watched while President 182 Dave Nelson crowned Norma Herbertson, Beauty, and Gary Rucker, Ugly Man. In Decem- ber, 1962, the Chapter will play host to the National APC Convention in Kansas City. One of the highlights of the year was the APO canoe race held between Lawrence and Topeka on the Kaw River. APO chapters from five area schools participated in this event. The boys also helped in the United Fund Drive, Campus Day, and served as traffic guides at the Associates Dinner. Row l: Melvin Blonsky, Larry Remis, Zane Chair, Harry Tishk. Row 2: Don Zurovsky, Bernard Erdman, Stuart Powell, Ed Barash. ALPHA EPSILON PI O F F l C E R S Bl-3I'n0l'Cl Efdmdn ...... . ......... President ,,.,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,, L curry Remig LGYFY Reimis ........ ........ V ice-President ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, Don Zurgvgky Don Zurovsky ........... .Secretory-Treasurer ,.,,,, ,,,,,,, Z one Chqif STUUYT Powell ........ . ..... Pledge Monster ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,, Stuart Powell ...POIrliOlmenfcIric1n-.-....-.-.Bernord Erdmdn The Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity is a national social fraternity founded on November 7, 1913, at New York University. Its purpose is to help further the studentls social education as well as his academic education. The aims are to build its men into well rounded persons, stressing scholarship, leadership, and social comity and propriety. The Kappa Mu Chapter of AEPi was one of the original three national social fraternities founded at the University. AEPi looks back on a year filled with accomplishments and activities. The Chapter continued its fine charity work at the Jewish Home for the Aged. AEPi supported Queen candidates for Beauty 8: Beast and Bum Friday. The social highlight of the year was the annual New Year's Party which everyone had looked forward to. 183 BFOWFI Aalto, Karlene M ......A.. ...... 7 3 Aaron, Mark L .....,...... ......... 7 3 Abbott, James H ....,.,.... .........-.-. 9 1 Abelle, Barnie E., Jr ................. 20,158 Abram, Truman M ......... ............. 8 5 Abrams, Allan E ...,....,...... ....,.... 1 13 Ackerman, Patricia L ....... ...... 6 8 Adams, Allen D ....,,,.... ...... 7 8 Adams, Joyce L ........., ...... 7 8 Adams, Nelson ...l.... ......... 1 75 Adlard, John T ..J....... ..............., 1 00 Akers, Jerry R .......... ....J..,.. 9 8,157 Aks, Stuart R .....,.......... ........., 9 8,157 Albano, Michael J ....,... .......... 7 8,175 Albright, Ronald ..... ............ 1 00 Alderson, Edgar S ........ .,,.,. . .. 73 Alex, Ronald M .............. ................ 6 4 Allbritten, Phyllis ..,.... ........ 1 27,154 Allbritten, Roy ......... ............ 1 73 Allee, Jan. A ...,...,,,, ..,...... 8 8 Allen, George G ......., ..... 6 8 INDEX Braverman, Harry J .....,,.. Brell, William V., Jr Bremer, Richard .....,........ Brentson, Carole L ....... . Bresnick, Lawrence C ..... Brett, Arthur C ...,......,. Allen, Allen, Allen, Allen, Allen, Allen, Hershall A ...... John M ........,... Mark L ......... Mike ..,...,,,,,..,. Phillip J ...........,. , ....... 113 Dr. Robert E.. Allen, Thomas E ..................,........ 68 Alley, Tom J .,..,.,........,..... 61,100 157 Allison, George M ...,,...........,.... 98,156 Allred, Maurice L .,,..,,...,,,,,,.,..,.. 98, 156 All Student Association .....,........ 58, 59 All Student Association Dinner Bridgeman, Frieda E.. Brigham, H. Warren... Bright, Marvin L .......... Bright, Roger K ........ Brimble, Phillip S ...... Britan HICUS ,,............ Brooks, Barry .,..,......,.... Brookshire, Jack ...... Brown Brown Brown , Donald R ........ , Faye .,,......... , Forrest D ....,... Brown, James L ....... Brown, Jerry L ......... Brown, J. 0 ............ Brown Brown Brown , Joe J .......... , Larry ,........ , Orville E ........... , Richard L ........ Brown, Robert F .......... Brown Brown ...........61, 98, 157 .78 161 162 1 1 I 163,181 100,111,157 68 .ffffunffff 41 11111 98 .111111 85 .1119s,156 11111 64 11111141 .1111111oo .11191,157 11111100 .111111 78 . .,...,... 100, 157 86 .......91, 156 98 .......156 ......,98, 157 ...1..91, 156 45 , Ronald ................................. . , Dr. Wallace C .................,... 41 Bruce, John Q ...,............... 68, 133, ' ' 108 Bruen Brune ll, Margaret ........,,..,............. 179 Ing, Richard P .....,......... ,154 159 73 Bruno, Bernice L., ....,. Bruno, Bobby J .....,....,.,.,.... ,... ....... 1 0 O 88 Bruns, Helen ,.,,....,,..........,......., Buckingham, William W., Jr ........... Buehlig, William E ........................... 68 Buebendorf, Dr. Francis X ............... 45 ' ' 78 78 Buffa, M. Dean ...........,.................... Bum Friday ............., 136, 137, 138, 139 41 Burdick, Dr. Harold C ......,.............. Burget, Donald H Burk, Norman ,,,..,. . .... Dance .,,,.,....,,..,.,,,..,,,..,,,..... 132, 133 Alnutt, Sandra L ....,.......................... 68 Alpha Delta Pi .,...... ...,....... 1 80,181 Alpha Epsilon Pi .,,.......,......,.,..,,,..... 183 Alpha Phi Omega ............ 118,119,182 Altman, Barry ,,,,....,,,.............,,...... 73 Altman, Gary .,........,,.,,,.,,..,...,..,...,, 73 Altman, Joan E. ,,,.,,,,..,,.,......,.,. 78,181 American Pharmaceutical Association ....,.......,....................... Amos, David E .....,.,,..... ....,.... 6 8 Amorosa, Jerry D ............. .........,,. Anderson, DUBFIE H ......... Anderson, Earl D .......... ............ Anderson, Edwin P .................,. 98, Anderson, James L ................... 98, Anderson, John B ............,.,........ 95, Anderson, Judith L ........... 73,169, Anderson, Leigh R ........,.,............,,,. Anderson, Richard R ....... .........,. Anderson, Roger G ........... ............ Anderson, William D ....................... Andrews, John R ....,,,... ......... 9 8, Andrews, Victor L ..,..... .,,,,,, 1 00, Burnidge, Gary D ........ Burns, Robert C .......... ........91, 68 156 98 100 78 Burrow, James F. ....... .............., . . Bushwhacker Ball .,..,,,.,.,......1 128, 129 78 Burstein, Harvey M ...,.... .......,...... Burstein, Jerome ....... Bushnell, Kathryn R Butler, Juanita R. ,...... Butler, Phillip R ....... 106 165 176, 177 78 88 Butts, Nonavee L ......... ......... 1 07,165 98 Byers, Michael D ........ Cam, Steve B .............. Caldwell, Betty L ......... Callaway, John K ......,. .........112, 151 Callindar, Richard S ........ ...1...78, 161 Campbell, William R ....................... 68 90 Campbell, Margaret B ..................... 107 ' ' 98 41 Cappon, Dr. Alexander P ............... Capps, Shirley J ......, 73, 132, 135, 137 ' 146 Caras, Jimmy ............................ , 147 85 Carmean, Mack P ............,................ Carnegie, Judith A .....,,,,....., 62, 73, 181 95 Carrick, Walter D ........ Carroll, Byron A ........,. Barger, Valda M... .... ........ . 160 Barid, Steve ..,...,...... ............. 7 3 Barkley, Joan ............ ............,,.. 1 60 Barnes, David W .......... .......... 9 8,157 Barnes, Nancy M. ,,,,.., ..,....... 6 4,164 Barr, Donald W ...,..., ......... 6 1,91 Barr, George H .........,... ......... 7 8 Barrett, Robert F ......... ............. 7 8 Bartley, Linda J ...,..., ................ 7 8 Barton, James R ........ ........ 1 00,157 Baumwart, Lloyd G .,,........ .,........... 9 8 Bayless, Ronald B .,.......,,,............... 64 Beadles, Charles E., Jr ........... 91,157 Beamer, Ruth K ..,,,.,.,...,,......... 115,152 Bean, Duana M ........,.. 59, 60, 106, 137 Blan, Shirley ........,,.......................... 160 Beatty, Charles M ........ .......... 9 8,157 Beauty and Beast ....,..., ,,... . ..118, 119 Beaver, John S ......,.,,,.. ..............,. 6 8 Beaver, Robert C .....1.... .......... 9 8,158 Bechtold, Mary L ......... .......,..... 1 05 Bechtold, Sharon A ......... ........,.... 1 04 Beckett, Jack M ............ ..,..... 1 00,157 Beckner, Russ ........... ........ 1 67,178 Beelman, Gary S ........ ........,.... 9 8 Beene, Don A ............ ......... 9 5 Behnke, William H .....,. ............. 1 09 Bekaert, Denis A .......... .......... 7 8,175 Bell, William C .......... ............. 6 3 Bellanti, Neal D ..,.,... ......,.. 6 8 Belshe, Gary ............. ............. 1 9 Bendure, James D ........ ........ 1 13,151 Benik, Richard A ......... ......... 7 3 Bennetl, Ben H ............... .....,....... 7 3 Bennett, Charles N ......................... 64 Bennett, R. L ................ .......... 9 8,156 Bensley, George ......... ............, 1 54 Benson, Gene .............. ............. 1 09 Benson, Scott C .,......,...................... 73 Benvenuti, Sandra A ..........,,,.... 78,161 Bern, Roger C .,................... 62, 68, 167 Berry, Gail l ............., ................ 1 03 Berry, Homer ,.,.,,,. ............. 1 00 Berry, Karen L ............. ...,............ 1 07 Berzak, Gerald W ........ .......... 7 8,144 Best, Nan ...................... ............. 7 8 Bettin, Stanley L ......... ..,,......... 1 O0 Beynon, John L ........ .......... 9 8,157 Bezemer, Carroll ..... ......... 8 8 Bhuta, Hemendra ........ ...... 7 3 Bidwell, Robert E ........, ....,.... 6 8 Binger, Mary G .......,., .,....... 1 07 Binger, Ralph E .....,,. ....,,, 6 4,109 Bird, Stephen J ..,...,.,... ....... 7 8,167 Birity, Jerome R ...,.,.....,, ....,,.,.,,,, 6 8 Bisman, Ronetta D .....,... .,.,.,. 7 3,161 Bixler, Nona M ........... ,,,,......,,,,.. 7 8 Blackmun, Eugene C .,,,,..,...,.,, 100,156 Blackwell, Thomas M ..... 113,150,153 Blaich, Warren K .,,.,.,.,,...,,,,...,,, 91,156 Blaine, Helen .................................... 100 Blaylock, George W .,.,........... 100,156 Blecha, Ralph F ........... ..1........,, 8 9 Bledsoe, Gil .........,.,.... ....... 6 4,175 Blessing, Larry R ......... ..,,......... 7 8 Bloch, Wheadon ........ ..,,.., 3 8,162 Block, Andrew M ......... ,,........ 7 3 Blonsky, Melvin R ......, .,..... 7 8,183 Bloom, Rooney ....... ,,,...,...... 9 0 Bloss, James L ....... ..,.... 9 1,156 Blount, Byrl ....,,,. ,....,,..,,..,,,.,,.,, Blue, Eleanor ....,...... ,.......,..,,,,,.,.,,, 5 2 Blunt, Virginia A ................. 73,162,181 Boatman, Barbara G .......,..,.........,.... 109 Boerner, Michael C ....,,,.. ,...,...,. 1 08 Bohs, Shirley J .....,,....,,,,.,..,,,...,,,,,,,, 105 Bollinger, Barbara Bollinger, Norman A ....................... 177 E ....... 73,122,138, 139,175 Angerman, George G .,,,,.. ......,...,. Annis, Russell ....,.........,,..,, .,,....,, 4 7 Arbuckle, Marilynn R .........,,.......... 73 Armstrong, Roger W ...............,....... 78 Arnold, Noel E ...,.,.,.,.,.,,....,,,... 113,151 Aron, Suzanne L .,,,.......,,,,......,,,,,.,,,, 64 Arts 8 Sciences Secretariat .......... 62 Ashton, Barbara ,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,.,,..,., 39 Askew, John B. ,,,,.,..,,..,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,, 64 Athletics ................ 144, 145, 146, 147 Atkins, LeRoy T., Jr .............,,......,.,. 105 Atkinson, James H ...,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,, 98,157 Austell, William R .,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,, 9 8,157 Bacchus, Charles E ..........,.,............ 78 Bahr, Robert M ......,,..,.. ....,,,., 7 3,166 Baier, Frederick C .,....., .,..,,....., 7 8 Bailey, Anne E. ,....,,,,,...,...,,,,,,,,..,, , Bailey, John L., Jr ................... 85, Baker, Charles M ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, Baker, Dr. Claude R ,,.,,,., ,,,,.,,,. Baker, Donald ,.,,,.,,v,,,, ,,,,,,,.,.,, Baker, Joanne J .........,... ......... 4 5, Baker, Raymond L .,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, Baker, Richard L .,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,, 9 8, Baker, Robert ......,,..,,.,. .,,,,,,..,,. 1 56 Baldwin, Lloyd P., Jr ........ ......... 6 4 Balenseifen, Jack ..,.,., ,,,,,,,.,,,, 1 00 Bales, Eugene H .....,. ..,,,,,..,,.,,. 6 8 Ballew, Dewey G ....... .,.,..... 9 5,158 Banion, Joan M ......... ,,,,,,,.,,,, 1 07 Banning, Lance G ....... ,.,.,.,,.,,,.,, 7 3 Barash, Edward .,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 7 8,183 Barber, Arnold ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 00, 157 Barbieri, Samuel J .....,.,,.,.,.. .,.,,.,,. 1 13 Barcus, Herman C., Jr ,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,, 7 3 Barger, Eleanor K. .,,,..,,, .,,,,.. 1 107 12341 Bonar, Roberta A ......,,.,.., ....,,,,,..., 7 3 Bonham, William L .....,..,........1. 98,157 Bonomo, John L ......... ........ 1 00,157 Booth, Chervl .................,.. .,........... 1 64 Borchert, Thomas W .......,...,........... 64 Bordman, Marcia B ........,..,,............ 73 Boyle, Jim J ...........,........,.. 73, 178, 179 Boyles, Charles .....,. ........,..,,...,,.. 1 55 Box, Ronald W .......... ...............,..,. 8 9 Bramman, Henry .............. 113, 174, 175 Brand, Richard W ...............,,......,,..., 95 Branden, James F ............................, 98 Brandenburg, Kenneth E .......,,,....... 73 Brandt, James P ....,............. .......... 1 00 Braun, John G .........,...,...., ...... 7 3 Carson, Gerald G .....,,, ,,.,.,, 6 4 Carter, Bruce ......,,...., .,.,,., 1 57 Carter, James E ............. ....... 7 8 Caruthers, Betty J .....,,,,. ....... 6 8 Caruthers, Larry E .....,,,.,..,,,,,....,... 78 Carvotta, Chip ,...,,...,..............,......... 145 Chait, Zane B .,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,. 73, 166, 183 Chalmers, Larry A ..........,.,.,,,.,........ 78 Chan, Wai Cim .,....,..,,,........,.,..... 68,169 Chance, Eugene H ......... Chang, James C. C ........, Channer, Jerry D ........ Channer, John C ....... Chase, Lieuween ..,...... Chaudet, Mildred R ...,.., Cheney, David 0 .......... Chewning, Larry E ......... 68 91 98 91 , ...... 159 78 78 78 Chick, Stephen B ........ .................. Chi Omega ....,.,......... Chitwood, John C ....,,,. Chock, James G. G ...,.,. Christ, Frances R ........... .Hunu176,177 1111111 44 .111 91 .111111o6 Christiansen, Paul A ............,.... 44,162 Christman, David L ........ ........68,175 Church, Annella S ............. ........... 6 8 Churchman, Aubrey L ....... ,...... 8 5 Cipolla, Dick .,,..... Clark, Clark, Clark, Clark, Clark, Clark, Mary ,...... Peggy ............ Porter J ......... Ray B ..,............. Virginia M ........ Wade E .......... .......179 ...,,...1.159 ........64, 161 98 .......100 86 Clarke, Joanne M ........ ......., 7 8 78 Clears, Arthur L ......,........................ Clem, Cynthia R ............................... 79 Clemenson, David E ......... 86, 144, 169, 178,179 Clevenger, Gene W ..,........................ 68 Clock, James H ............ .............. 7 9 Cobb, Charles M ........ ........ 9 8,156 Cockran, Joan ......... .............. 1 60 Coffee, Larry L ......... ........ 9 8, 157 Cogbill, Lilian M ........ ........... 1 59 Cohen, Blll ................. ........ 1 66 Cohen, Sharon K ........ ............... 1 06 Cohn, Patricia ........... .................. 6 4 Cole, E. Charmaine .......................... 160 Cole, John M ..................... 79,144,179 Coleman, Gary G ............. 113, 151, 175 Coleman, Kenneth C ....................... 73 Collard, Martha K ............. 79,169,177 Colliver, Jerry A ......... .................. 6 3 Colvin, Lloyd E ............... ............... 1 15 Comstock, Rolland L ....,... ,....... 1 08 Conrad, Mike ............ ..............1 1 73 Conway, Carol J.. Cook, Walter E ........... Cookson, Grant T Cooper, Cooper, Allen L., ll ......... .... Ed E ............. ........,79, 181 .........95, 158 73 98 Cooper, Glynn M ..,,.......,, ..,............ 7 3 Cooper, Richard L ......... ......... 9 5,157 Cooper, Robert J ....... ............ 9 5 Corbin, Betty H ......... ............ 7 3 Corley, Richard W ..................... 91,156 Corwin Lawrence D ....................... 73 Courts, Donald E ........... ......... 9 8,158 Cox, Eddie E ............... ....... 1 01, 157 Cozad, Joseph ..... ............ 2 2 Craig, James S ........................... 73,175 Crain, Lewis E .,..........................,.... 79 Crain, Dr. William L ................. 41,165 181 Cramer, Terry L ......... 79, 161, 167, Craven, Martin D ............... 58, 91,132, 156, 158 Craven, Robert E ......... ,.... . .101,156 Cravotta, John A ............................. 79 Crawford, Ernest G ......................... 79 Crawford, William .... 68, 166,167,169 Crayton, Michele A ......................... 79 Creasy, James D ........... Crevelt, James R .......... Crosner, Michael R ......., Cross, Gineth L ............ Crouch, Janet R ......... .........68, 175 ,..........85, 154 ..1..1....103 79 Crouse, Judy A ........... ..... 7 9 Crouse, Ronald J ....... ................... 7 9 Crow, Sally S ............,...................... 79 Crowley, Sandra J ......... 106,131,137, 162, 163, 176 Crutchfield, David L ................... 91,156 Culig, Linda L ......,,................... 68,140 Cullen, Donald R. .,,.. . Cummings, Bill H ....... Cummins, Alyce ........ Cureton, Linda ...... Curry, Carol A ....... Curtis, DeMar H ......... Cushman, Bob J ............., Dajani, Esam Z ...... , .,..... Dalpiaz, Art .................., 73 ..,......101 165 .........162 68 95 .113, 146, 165 ...,.......95, 158 26, 79 Dambrot, Sheldon H .......,........... Damon, Sandra G. ...... . Danielson, Barry ........ Darby, William D ....... D'Arcy, Sandy ......, Dart, Davis Davis David: Davis, Davis, Roger G ....,.... , Denham H ...... Elizabeth A ....,... Floyd J ......,...... Kent ......,..,......... Richard O., Jr ......... ..,... 1 12, Davlsson, Bob ,....,...,.. Dawe, Carl F ........ Day, Larry L ........ Day, Robert D ........ Dayton, Ronald D ....... Deacon, Stanley ........ 68 .......109, 154 .......162, 175 86 .......115,175 79 95 63 153 ............140 79 151 .........68, 182 79 45 'fffffffifif 63 179 159 161 98 100 ..64 86 78 78 79 t69, 179 es 79 156 160 157 159 166 106 . 64 ,160 179 175 . 73 177 . 63 .115 .108 .173 181 . 45 158 . 73 . 98 . 73 157 . 95 . 73 156 . 73 158 157 . 22 175 ,. 79 . 165 , 181 132, , 158 , 156 .. 79 .. 79 , 169 .. 79 , 175 .. 86 , 154 ..103 .. 79 .. 79 .. 79 .. 79 137, , 176 , 156 , 140 .. 73 ...101 ...165 ...162 68 95 E, 151 i, 165 i, 158 T51 79 I -r 5. 68 154 79 175 86 175 79 95 z, 153 ,...140 79 1, 151 3, 192 79 45 Deam, William A ......... ................ 9 8 DeAngelo, Dory .,......... ......., 1 40,142 DeBitetto, George ...... ............. 1 55 DeHaven, Nancy L ..,.....,.. .,........ 1 05 Deirdre of the Sorrows .................,.. 143 165 Delta Alpha .........................,,........... Delta Chi ............,............. 134, 177, 178 Demeter, Teddy L .....,............... 91,158 89 Dempsey, Gary D ....................,,....... Dental School Council ......... ...... 6 1 Denton, John M ........... ......,... 6 8 Denton, Larry D ........ .......... 1 15 Derby Day ...........,..... ....... 126 Derks, David A ........,,... ........., 7 9 Derryberry, John A ......... ..,.......,.. 9 8 Desai, Chandrakant P ............. 113,165 DeTray, Robert N ............, ....... 7 4,175 Dewald, Deanne .......... ............. 1 61 Dewell, Hal L ........ ....... 9 1,156 DeYong, Robert ....... .......... 6 3 Dible, Douglas ......... .......... 8 9 Dicker, Bettie L ........ ............ 6 3 Dickson, Dale D ........... ....,.. 9 1.156 Dickson, Jerry L ......... ....... 9 8,156 Diehl, Larry L ............ ......... 1 01, 157 Diehl, Roger H ...,..... ............. 6 4 Diel, Vernon M ......., ....... 9 1,156 Dilks, Art ............. ...1............. 1 42 Dilli, Joyce A ....,....,...................,..... 159 Dillon, Douglas B ............. 61,101,157 Dinny and the Witches .................... 140 Dischner, Helen ................ ....... 1 52 Distelhorst, Fred W ........ ........., 9 0 Dix, Harold G ............... ....,......... 1 09 Dixon, Willard N ....... ....... 9 5,158 Dodson, Robert E ......... .....,. 9 1,156 Donelson, Harlo L ....... .....,. 9 1,156 Donnell, Linda J ....... .......... 6 8 Donnell, Jo Ellen ......... .......... 7 9 Donnici, Liz ............ ,.....,,...... 1 54 Donnici, Peter J ........... ......... 1 08,154 Donovan, Uhl Dean .................... 91,157 Dorzah, Joe H ........................,.......... 64 Doster, Philip M ...................,........... 95 Douglas, Justice William O ............. 135 Douthitt, C. Glenn ...................... 91, 156 Dowd, Larry ..........................., 113,153 Dowgray, Dr. John G. L ................... 42 Draney, Michael W ........... ........... 6 4 Dube, Phil D .....,.............. ....... 7 4 Dudley, Margaret ........... ....... 4 7 Duffelmeyer, Fred A ....................... 79 Duhl, Jay L ....................................... 79 Dull, Brenda J .....,.................,. 114,152 Dulsey, Dr. Bernard ........................ 42 Duncan, Gayle ................................ 68 Duncan, Susan K ............. 68,137,162, 163, 177 Dunn, Cynthia K .......,,. .,................ 1 14 Durand, Albert D ........ ........,......... 7 9 Dutcher, Judith H ............. 64,111,177 Dyer, Dean P... ....... ............ . .98 Dyer, Elizabeth ......... ........ 1 76 Dyer, Patricia W .......... ...,.... 7 4 Easley, Judy ..,........1... ............... 1 03 Eastin, Chester D ......... ........ 9 2,157 Eaton, Frank R ............ ........... 8 6 Eberhart, Carl ........,.... ........ 6 4 Echols, Dorthia L ........ ........ 7 9 Eckart, Larry F ...,.... ........ 7 4 .68 Edgerton, Julie F ....... ....... ' ........ 162 Edris, Wayne ................ Education Secretariat .................... 60 Edwards, A. C ................. ........ 9 2,156 Edwards, Joseph D ......... ........... 6 8 Edwards, Paul R ......... .....,.. 6 4 Edwards, Richard L ....... ........ 1 14 Egender, Jane .........,..................,... 154 Eggers, Oscar .................................. 42 Eggleston, Dale K ........... 101,111,157 Edlitis, John ..................,................. 63 Eichkorn, Robert M .....................,... 89 Ehrlich, Dr. George ......... ........ 4 2 Eifler, Larry Q ..............,.................. 74 Eisenberg, Barry G ........................... 89 Eisenbrandt, James L ......... 25, 79, 175 Eisenbrandt, Dr. Leslie L...54, 150,168 Ekblaw, Dr. Sidney E ....... 52,162,165 86 Edlund, Gerald R .......... .........,..... Elias, Bernard ............................... . 74 Eller, Patricia A ..........,.................,.. 103 Ellinger, Rory V ......... 68, 164, 166, 167 ' ' 155 89 35 Ellmaker, Mary S ............... 79, 161,162 6 Elliott, William ........................ 60, Ellis, Glenda L .............. ............... Ellison, Myron ...... ................,.. Embry, Ben T ......... ................... 5:31 Emery, Thomas E .......... ....... 9 2, 156 161 England, Angela L .......,.. ........ 7 9, Engler, Janet S ............,, ,,,,,,,,,, 5 3 Eppinger, Howard K .....,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 5 Epple, Robert E ........... ...,..... 1 13,153 Epstein, Burton ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 74 Erdman, Bernard P ........... 68,169,183 EVHS1, Bruce B ........... 62, 64, 162, 163, 165, 174, 175 Ernst, Joseph F., Jr .,,,,..,,,,,,,,,, 85,182 ' ' 79 Erwin, Patricia K ........ .............. Esquibel, Ray 0 ......, ,,,,,,,, 9 5,158 Eubank, Judy ...... .,,.,...,. 6 9 Evans, Donald ...... .,..... 1 01 Evans, Judy Ann ........ ....1..... 7 4 Evert, Gary A ..,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 7 9,169 Fago, Ronald G ......... ,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 5 9 Fain, Robert P .,,.,,,,, .,.,,,,,,, 1 1, 64 Falk, L. Jack ........ ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 01 Fardon, Judith G ..,.... .......... 1 06 Farha, Kenneth F .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 95,158 Farmer, Richard A .,..,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 9 8 Farnsworth, Dr. Robert M .....,... 42,167 Farrell, Richard D ............,........ 74,179 Farrell, Stephen W ......,,.,,,,.,.,.,,,.... 79 Fellrath, Richard F ............,.... 101,157 Felt, Connie J .............. .,......... 1 03 Felton, Peggy Ann ....... ,,..... 1 03 Ferguson, David J ............................. 95 Ferguson, James L ...................,....... 86 Ferguson, Marvin J ........... 60, 108, 154 Ferguson, Sandra ....... ......... 1 08, 154 Ferrier, David E .......... .........,........ 1 13 Ferris, Loretta D ........ ....,.... 1 07,166 52 Fiddler, Charles ......... .............. Fiddler, Jimmie C .......... ........ 8 6,179 Finerty, Kathleen .,..... ....,......... 1 04 Finkel, Barbara S ........ ........ 7 9,166 Finley, Gary L .............. ........... 7 9 Finfrock, Karen S ........... ....... 7 9 Fischer, Edward L ......... ........... 6 9 Fischer, William G ......... ...... 7 9,167 Fisher, Bervin ............. ,............. 1 66 Fisher, Charles H. ,.... .................. 7 4 Fisk, Robert D ......... ........., 1 15,153 Fitch, Clay ............. ............... 2 5 Fleming, John B .......... ........... 7 9 Fletcher, Lyle D ......................... 98,157 Flett, Randolph G ................... 115,151 Fling, Millie ............... .................. 1 60 Flippo, Henry J ........ .......... 1 09, 155 Flynn, Dennis D ......... ............... 1 56 Footlick, Jacob M ................... 95,157 Forbes, John J ........,........................ 69 Forney, Phillip S ..................... 115,151 Forscher, Dr. Bernard K .,............... 48 Forst, James J ........,................ 115,145 Foster, Dennis .....,.......................... 113 Foster, Gary ....,,....................., 101,157 Foster, Lynda Lou .......... ............... 6 9 Foster, Richard A ...,,...,.. ........ 9 2,156 Foster, Sherman M ....... ........1.. 8 8 Fox, M. Suzanne ........ ........ 7 9 Fraas, Charles J ...,..,...... ........... 1 09 France, Charles C ......... ......,........ 9 0 Franco, Paul ............ ......... 9 5,158 Frank, Edward E ........, ........... 6 4 Franks, John E ........... ....,............. 9 5 Franz, Maybelle B ........................... 159 Frazier, Thomas R ........... 114, 150, 151 Frazier, William F ...., 74, 151, 178, 179 W Gatto, Jackie ...,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 04, Genisco, Jon C ......... ......... 1 15, George, Alex T .....,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Gerson, Janet E .......... .,,,,..,,, Gibron, Jill D .........,,,.,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Gibson, Dr. Clyde M ......................, Gibson, Mary L ...,.....,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Gier, Edward F ..,..,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 05, Gilbert, Gary L .....,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Gile, Herbert R., Jr ........ ....... Gillahan, J. T .........,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,, Gillespie, Homer G ........ ....... Gillham, Dave R .....,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,, Gladman, Carolyn Sue ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Glass, Arthur J ....,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 9 2, Glazer, Fran E .....,.,,,,, ,,,,,,, Gliddon, Reverdy ....... ....... Gliessman, David ....... Glover, James C .....,,,,, ,,,,,,, Goddard, James E ......,,,. ,.,.,,, Goetz, Emily .,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Goff, Sammie M .....,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,, U Goldberg, Stephen H ......... ....... Golden, Priscilla H ...,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Goldilocks ........,........,. ,,,,,,.,,,.,,, Goldman, Larry H ................... 114, Goldman, Dr. Morton ...................... Golly, Nancy Ann ............. ........ 8 0, Goodden, Dennis D ............,...,.,,.,,,,,, Goodrich, Myrna Lee ......,,,,.... 107, Gordon, Allen J ..........,... ,,,,,,.,,,,,., Gordon, Scarlet Kay .............,,,,,....,, Gossett, C. J .........,,,,.,.,,.....,,,.,, 101, Gott, Dee Ray ........,,.., ,,,,,,,,, 1 01, Gott, Frank K .....,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 01, Gottschall, Ken ......... ................. Gracheck, James E .....,,,,,,,,,..,,,.,,,,, Graf, Carla Ann ................ 74,169, Graham, Jane M ....,....,,..,,,,,,,,,, 88, Graham, Michael E ....,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Grant, Benjamin L .......... ..... Grant, Tom .....,...,,..,,,, ,,,,, Grantham, Gary B .....,,, ,,,,, Graves, Anita L .......,,. ,,,,, Graves, Louis G .,.,...,., ,,,,, Graves, Nancy J .......... ..... Gray, Charles M .......... ..... Gray, Evelyn M ..,...,........ ,.,,, Gray, Floyd C ................................... 115 ' 165 Greenberg, Judith B ................. 74 Greenblatt, Fred D ........ .....,.. 9 2 Gregorak, William ..... ......... Griffin, James J .......... ........... 1 05 Griffin, Robert L .........,. ,... .... 9 2 156 Griffith, Paula C ....................... 80 Griffiths, Sharon Kay ........ ........... 1 60 Grimes, Jim C ..............,.. ..,....,... 9 2 Grisham, John P ......,.................. 92 Groff, Robert C ...,................... 101 Grove, Judith 0 ......... 74,169, 180 Gruebbel, Dr. Allen 0 ..................... 49 Gruver, Jay .............................. 113 Guerette, Raymond ...... .............. 1 01 Guffey, Joe R .............. .......... 1 14 151 Guice, Frances Ann ........ ........... 8 0 Guinan, Thomas J ......... ....... 1 09 Guinn, Don L ................... ....... 6 9 Gunderson, Joyce M ....... .............. 6 9 Gunnels, H. J .............. ..........,....... 1 55 Guran, Refik M .....,. ....... 8 0,145 Gurley, Ronald W .........,. ...,.......... Gustafson, Duane 0 ....... ........ 9 8 Guthrie, Jerry H ...,...... ........... 9 6 Guy, Douglas ......... ....... 8 5 Haas, Dorothy E .......... ........... 1 03 Haas, Eugene C ....,..... ........ 9 6 158 Haberkorn, Floyd E ....... .....,. 1 07 Hackley, Billie ........... ....... 6 4 Hadden, Jane ..............., ....... 1 65 Hagerty, Samuel K ......... ..... Hahn, Clarice C .......... ..... Ur Hancock, John C ............................. 65 Handy, Bob .......,....... ....... 4 o,59,162 Haney, Daniel G .....,.. ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 6 3 Haney, Daniel 0 ........... ...... 7 4 Hanna, Eugene L ............. ,,,,,, 7 4 Hansen, Kenneth M .,,...,., .,,,,.,,. 9 6 Hansen, Rick .........,,... ,,,,..... 1 66 Hanson, Robert E ......... ........, 6 9 Hardy, Larry E .......... ,....,....... 1 12 Hargis, Donald R .....,.... .....,.,.. 9 8,156 Hargrave, Ralph D ......., ,,........ 9 6,158 Harker, Don L ............... ............. 8 0 Harman, William R ....... .,.,.,,,,,,,. 6 9 Harper, George E .......... ........ 1 01,157 Harrington, Dean .,... ,,...,.,,.,,, 8 0 Harris, Joel D ............... ................ 9 8 Harris, Thomas J ....................... 65,175 69 Harrison, Bennie R ......................... Harrison, Jon E ................... 61,92,156 Hart, Lee ....................,.............,..... 69 Hart, Robert Lee ...................... 101,156 Hartwig, B. David ...... 55, 114, 151, 175 Harutun, P. David ...................... 92,156 Harvey, Merilyn Kay ........................ 74 Harvey, Dr. Wayne L ................. 49,129 Hass, Hugh S ........... 65, 162, 169, 174, 175 182 Hauetter, Robert W ................. 101,156 80 Hausfeld, Stewart .......................... Hawley, Donald L ............... 61,92,158 Hayden, Lawrence ...... ................ 1 53 Hayes, Elbert L ......................... 69, Hayhurst, John F ............... 61,101, Hays, Granvil L ........ Heath, Eugene ..... Heaton, Jo Ann ......... Heavner, Bruce ....... Heffron, Thomas ..... Hehir, Denis ......... Hein, David G ........ Heitz, Rudolph ..... 169 157 ............101, 156 ........115, 182 ........110, 154 ..........69, 164 52 Heller, Joan D ................... ............. 7 4 Hemingway, Glenn .................... 92, 156 Hemmen, William F., Jr ........... 74,182 Hendren, Gary E ............. 151,178,179 Hendricks, David .................,.......... 84 Hendricks, Dr. Everett ............ 45,162 Hendricks, Gwyn E .......... ............. 1 03 Hendry, Wickliffe ........ .......... 4 2 Hendsen, Gary E ............ .......... 1 15 Hennessy, Donald P ........ .......... 8 0 Henry, Donna .......,...... .......... 1 06 Henry, Oren M ............. .......... .... 8 0 Hensley, Gordon D ................. 113,153 Hentyen, James .............................. 155 Hepp, Marla J ...........,.... .104, 128, Herbertson, Dr. Jam 129 es E ............... 49 19 137 176, Herbertson, Norma Ann ...... 62, 74, 118, 1 , , 177 Hermann, Annette R ....................... 80 Hernandez, Alfonso ....... .......... 8 0 Hernandez, Joe L ............................. 96 Hernandez, Lazaro A ................. 69,167 Herren, Wallace B ..................... 96,157 Hershey, James R ......... ........,.... 8 0 Hicklin, Ruth .............. ......,.. 1 43 Hickman, French E ............ ...... 9 0 Hickson, Raymond D .......... ...... 7 4 Higdon, Samuel J ............. ......... 9 6 Higgins, Florence ......., ............. 1 06 Higgins, Ronald G ..................... 96,158 High, Dr. Marathon E ..........,.......... 42 Hile, Christine Lee ...............,.......... 69 Hiles, Barbara Jean ........................ 80 Hill, Charlotte S. 62, 65, 165, 166, 167 Hill, Robert W ................................. 85 Hill, Sibert M., Jr ................... 115,151 Hilliard, Al ............... ............. 1 10 Hillis, Robert E ........ .......... 9 2,156 Hills, David R .....,....................,...... 85 Hills, Paul G ............................. 96, 157 Hilsabeck, Roger L ........... 69, 136, 167, Haight, James E .......... Hainen, Joyce A .......... Hain 8 Hale, Hale Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, s, Donald J ........ Delbert E .....,.... Lynn W .......... Albert E ...,.... Charlotte J ......., Diana ......,....., James V ....... 169, 178 Hinman, Cynthia A ....... .......... 6 9,161 Frederick, Dean ........................... 44 Freeman, David R .................,... 53,109 Freeman, Jim F ............. ..... ...... 9 2 Freeman, Marilyn G .......... ........ 7 9 Friend, William J ....... ............... 9 2 Fries, Jim .................. ....... 1 45, 162 Frost, Michael D .,..................... 69,182 Frost, Robert J ........................1........ 96 Fulbright, James C ..... 58, 63, 139, 166 Fuller, Robert B ............................... 79 Fullerton, Jois I. .............,.............. 79 Fultz, Howard L .........................,..... 90 Funke, Janet Ann ..........,. 104,158,161 Galbraith, James R .......,.....,..--..----- 30 callipeau, Charles ..................--,- ---, 5 3 Gamber, Beverly ........ 31, 69, 138, 139, 162, 166, 178-181 Gann, Delbert E ...........................---- 80 Garber, Errol L ......1............-,---- 1121 151 Garcia, John R ........... 64,169,173,179 Gardner, Dick ................,-.--.----- -.--A-- 1 62 Garner, Jerry E ..................-----.- 114,175 Garrison, Thomas J ......... 58,112,151, 165, 175 Gast, Linda Kay .........1 ........-.----- 6 4 Hall, Sharon ..,..,..... Haller, Ron ................ Halliday, Misiam A ..... .... ....... 1 5 9 Hamilton, Joel M ........ ..-..1. 9 5 Hamilton, Sharon E ....... ...-.-- 3 0 Hamme, Joe M ......,..., Hammers, John C. ..... ---.--- 3 0 .......145 ........101 Hinton, Larry G ....... ............. 6 9 Hiramoto, Jay Y .........., .......,. 1 01 Hirst, Kenneth R ............. ,........ 1 14 Hitchcock, James A ......... ......... 8 9 Hoar, Jeanette E ........... ......... 1 O4 Hoch, Connie L ....... ......... 1 04 Hoch, Richard ..,....... ......... 1 10 Hodges, Dr. John .......... ...... 4 2 Hodges, Martin N ......1.. ......,.- 9 3 Hodgson, Richard A ......... ..........--- 5 5 Hodson, Larry .....,.................. 115,151 Hoefer, Bonnie ................ ----- Hoff, Patricia Ann .... so 69,162,163, 170 Hoffman, Barry L ..... ........................ 8 0 185 157 145 Komenda, Jeffrey F. , ,tall Hoffman, Bill E ......................... 98,158 69 Hoffstot, Pamela Anne .................... Hogg, Jean S ...., 80, 118, 135, 169, 177 Holcomb, Jerry M ...,......... 60,108,155 Hollingsworth, John .................. 99, 12? Holman, Bruce ........... Holman, Sondra J ........ Holmes, Lyndal G ....,... uuu5i::104 .MHu,U1o1 89 Holt, Eleanore Kay ........ .............. Holt, Gerald H ..................A...... 101,156 Holt, Norma J ..,......,.....,.................-- 65 Holtz, Frank J ......,.................. 101,156 Hood, Linda .................. 59, 62, 65, 137, 162, 163, 177 Hook, Charles R .,....., ...............A..... 3 5 Hook, Walter .,.......................... 88,137 Hoots, William L .....,,..........,..........- 80 Hopkins, Margaret L ...,..... 80,169,181 Hopper, Henrietta V .....A...........A.....-- 65 Hoppert, Anita J .......... .....,....,...... 6 9 Horton, Marilyn ...............,.......... .--- 1 65 Horton, Richard .............................. 156 Houdek, Bruce C. 53, 60, 108, 135, 154 Houtchens, Richard K ....................... 109 Hovey, Ann ......,,....,...,..................... 160 Howard, Cheri A ....... .,..... 1 04 Howard, Jerry K ....... ....... 8 0 Howe, Arthur ....... ........,. 9 2 Howe, David ......... .............. 9 9 Hoyne, Thomas ...,.... .,..... 9 6, 157 Hoyt, Norman ,........ ..... .......... 1 7 3 Hoyt, Mrs. Norman .......................... 173 Hudson, Eugene L ..................... 114, 153 Huey, Larry C .........,................. 101,156 Hugentobler, Mery W ..........,...,........ 101 Hughes, Lindsay A .......... ....... 7 4,181 Hughes, Loren M ................ .......... 1 13 Humbarger, David W ....................... 96 Hummel, George D ........... ....... 6 0,155 Hunt, June Ann E ......... ....... 7 4, 161 Hunt, Ken ................ .....,.... 1 07 Hunt, Linda Sue ...... .......... 6 9 Hurd, Jerry W ............. ................. Hurley, Lynda Lee ........ Huslies, Larry .......... Huss, Marvin ....... Huston, Bruce A ....... 74 ........107, 165 162 ........145, Illn, Stanley B ......................... 101,156 Intercollegiate Soccer Club ............ Intercollegiate Squash Inter-Fraternity Council 145 Club .......... 145 80 Macrorie, Robert A ....... lnzerillo, Benny B ........................... lsenhour, William O., Jr ........... 27, 74, 166, 167 Ivan, John E ............................, 110,155 Iverson, Dr. Arthur E ....,,,.,,,..,.,.,,,, 49 lvie, Morrel W ......,.,,.,.,,, ,,,.,,,,,. 9 6 Jackson, F. Leland .......................... 113 James, Jimmie D ....... 53, 110, 135, 154 James, Norma ..................,,.......,...... 154 James, Richard H ................... 101,158 Jay, Janice ....,.....,.... ..,.....,.,.. 1 54 Jay, Larry ......................., ......... 1 54 Jelden, Gwynn L ..............,..,.,,........ 74 Jenison, Penelope Sue .............. 69,165 Jenkins, Wayne A. .................... 96, 156 Jennings, Joseph E .....,,..,.,,,,......,,,, 69 Jensen, Elizabeth ............ 69, 141, 166 Jensen, Jo Ann .................................. 74 Jimmy Dorsey Dance ......,,,,,,.... 124,125 Johnson, Barbara J .,,..,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 74,164 Johnson, Bernard ..,.,,,., ,,,,,.,.,,,,, 6 3 Johnson, Billie J ........ ......... 6 9 Johnson, Dale E ........ ........, 6 9 Johnson, Derrick ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 65 Johnson, Evelyn ,..,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 50 Johnson, Frances ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 9 Johnson, James F ........ .......... 9 9,157 Johnson, Janet Ann ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 89,159 Johnson, Jeannette C .,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 74 Johnson, Judy L ............................... 74 Johnson, Karen Sue ........ 106, 176, 177 Johnson, Kermit L ..,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 80 Johnson, Michael G ........... 96, 158, 164 Johnson, Thomas G ................... 96,162 Johnston, Vivian ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 5 Jones Dr. Archie ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 4 5 Jones Carolyn Sue ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 07 Jones Daniel B ......,. ,,..,,,,, 6 3 Jones, Denis L. ,... ,,,,,,,,, 1 01 Jones Janice ..... ..,,,,,,, 1 54 Jones Dr. Jay ...,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 58 Jones Kenneth E ....... ,,..... 1 10,154 Jones Jones Jones Jones 12365 Lynn B ......... Mary A ......,..... Mary Jane ....... Miegs S ...,... ..........92, 156 74 69 .........158 Jones, Dr. Philip M ......, Jones, Sandra J .......... Jones, Teddy J ........ Jones, Thomas W ........ Jumara, John J ................................. Kahler, Michael G ..,.. 74, 144,178 Kahmann, Anthony G. ..,............. 96 Kahn, Arnold S .......,................ Kahn, Marcia B ...............,. Kalali, Daryoosh Amir ......... Kallai, Brigitte T ........... ffff as Kanarek, Lewis B .....,,,,,.,..,,,,,,...,.., 80 Kangaroo, The ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 172 173 Kaplan, Stephen P .....,,,, ....,,,,.,,,,. 6 5 Kappa Epsilon .,...,...,...,,,,,,,.,....,,...... 152 Kappa Psi ..,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,.. 151 Kasper, David C ......... 74,162,163 175 Kataoka, Stsu ,.,..,,,,,,,,,.,..,.,,,,,.,..,,.., 160 Katz, Judith S .........,.,,.,,,,. 60,106 165 Kaufman, Francis E .,,,,.,,,,,...,,, 101 Kauffman, William R ...,.,.,,,........... Kavanaugh, Charles E .,,,,....,..... 99 Kawatsu, Hanako ,,.,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,.A. 69 Keeler, Henry A .......... Keeler, Mrs. Hal ......... Keenan, Allen C ....... Kehr, Jerry ,,........ Keily, Patricia .... Keller, Carl L ........... Kelly, Nancy Sue ......... Kelly, Patrick D ....... .........108 ffff56 Kelly, Thomas ......,....................... Kelly, Vincent M .............,............. Kempton, Rebecca Sue .................. Kennett, Raymond E ....... 112,150 Kennicutt, Roger T .,,,....... 74, 174 Kersley, Myda N .... ,...................... . . Keser, William A ........................... Kessler, Mary A ............... 114,150 Kice, Richard L .....,. ................... Kiehbiel, Roy .........,... Kieseadahl, John K ........., Killian, Billy J ............ Kim, Wey Seng ........... Kimball, Donald G ....... ......... Kimball, Joann ..........,.... ,...,,,,.,.. Kindel, Wayne P ..... Kindermann, Maurice'E:: .... ...... King, John C ................... King, Dr. Roma A. .......... . 101, Klnnamon, Nancy B ...,,,,.,...,.,.... 89 1 1 110, Kirkpatrick, Michael K ....... 90,96 Klein, Antoinette ,,.,,...,,,,,,,,,,..,, 81, Kllngberg, Nick P .,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,..,,,, Klug, Sandra M ..,.,,,, , ..,.,., .81, 164, Klugman, Paul ,,,,, ,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,, Knapp, Fred J ..,,,,.,.,,..,,,,, .75, 178, Knez, Tom ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Knoche, John P ..,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Knudsen, Dr. Henrik Koden, Daniel M ..................... A ........... .,...... ,.75, Koester, Henrietta I .....,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,, Koffler, George E ....... Kogen, Phyllis ,,,.,,.,,,,, Kolker, Berndt ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, Kopf, Trudy R ...,....... Koubek, Arland .......... Koutsoubos, Ted A ....... Kraft, Don ,,,,,,....,,,.,,,,,, Kraft, Donald Henry ..,..., Kraft, Martin ..,,,,,,,,,,,, Kramer, Ronald L ......... Krehbiel, Roy L .....,... Kreher, Kathleen A. Kruse, Edward W .............. .81, 114, ffffdif .--,ff6if 166, Kubis, Kathy Ann ...... 75,122,162, Kuebel, MaryLou P. Kuehl, Jimee L ............. Kuhn, Warnalee ...... Kuhnel, Louis W ........ Kulla, Gregory W ......,.. Kurdi, Margaret V ....... Kyzar, Marcia J ......... LaBudde, Kenneth ...... Labunski, Dr. Wiktor ....... Lackey, Dorothy M ....... Lacy, Robert E .......... Laderoute, Joseph ...... Laham, Jerome M ....... Laing, George J ....... Lake, William L ..,..... Lally, Jerry M ........ Lamb, Kent A ............ Lambert, Fred A ........ Lambert, John 0 ......... fffffiilf .......96, .......99, .......93, Lancaster, Toni I ..,..... Land, Joan E ............... Landram, Joyce I ........ Landreth, Jo Ann ........ Laney, Kennety O ......., ........81, ........75 ........93 Lang, John R .............. ,.........,.... Langford, Thomas C .,....................... Lanning, R. M ...............,..... 61,96 Lants, Judith ............... ....,..... 1 35 Lapoint, Donald J ........ .................. Larason, Charles E ..........,........ 101 Larson, Judith A .......,..... 107, 162 LaRue, Anthony J ............................. Laswell, Sharon A ...................,....... Law Day ....,...............,..... ...,.... Lawhead, Sandra Lee ...,... ........ Lawless, Mike J ...................,........... Lawlor, Sandra J ..................... 115 Law School Board of Governors .... LeBar, John .......,...............,,.,. 144 LeBonte, George L ..............,............ Lee, Robert C ........................,.... 99 Lefkowitz, Dr. William .........,..,....... Leibowitz, Linda ............. LeMon, Douglas C ......... Lemon, Robert ........... Leodler, Peter M ........ Leonard, George E ......... Lerner, Rochelle .,........ Leslie, Dr. Howard ........ LeVelle, Yvonne ......... Levine, Jay L .........,,.. Levit, Dr. Martin ...... ,Qfffii5u ........75 Levltas, Irving .....,.,,........ Levy, Dr. Solomon E ........ Lewis, Adeline J .........,, Lewis, Charles .....,..... ........ 5 3 Lewis, Frederick D ......... ......,. 5 2 Lewis James J ............ ............... Lewis, Robert M ........ Lewis, Sue Ellen ......... Lewis Truman W ........... 11111141 ,ffffi6in Lichtman, Dr. Richard ....... Lin, George .................... Link, Lawrence A ........ Lim, Lilly ...,....,.,.,., Linn, Charles ..,...... Linnett, Roger G ........ Lloyd, Wayne A ...,.....,,,, ........40 ..,1,,,,,,1O7 Lo, P. C .........,,,,...,, ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,, Lockrey, Chet Lee M .,,,,....,,.... 89 Lockridge, Linda ,.,,,,....... Lockwood, L. Bruce, Jr ........ ........ Lohrengel, Carl F ..,,,,,,.., Long, Edward M .....,... ,,,, Long, Harry L., Jr ......... ........99 Longan, Woodson .........,,,, Longanecker, Robert E ........ ........ Longfellow, Alan Lee ....... Lotakis, George P. ...,,.. .. 181 75 'nuuunnf177 81 156 81 101 158 137 81 165 70 65 135 81 85 161 60 81 157 49 160 99 65 153 70 75 42 161 63 47 42 42 106 154 126 81 143 65 156 42 101 112 146 162 175 93 93 160 75 70 65 81 157 155 63 81 75 Lott, James E ............,, ,...,..,., 1 01,157 Lovaas, Leeland M .,...,.,..... 61, 96, 158 Love, James ............... .....,,.,.,,.,,,,, 1 55 Lowe, Gary E ........... ........ 8 1 179 Lowe, James W ........ ........... 1 01 Lowe, Patricia M ........ ........ 8 1 Lucas, Michael E ...,.......... .,..,... 8 1 Lucking, Ed .................................,..., 44 Luetkemeyer, Robert K ............. ..27, 85 Luetkemeyer, William A ................. 81 70 Luke, James E ................................. Lumpkin, Lawrence L ..,,,....,,.... 93, Lybarger, Kay ,.................. ........... Lynam, Katherine M. ,.,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,1,, , Lynch, Joe R ................. ........ 9 3, Lynch, John F ...........,,, .,,,,,,,.,, Lyon, Arnold K ......,, ,,,,,,,,.,, Mabe, Roy K ................ ........ 9 6, Mackay, George R. .... . Mackey, Barbara J ....,.... Mackey, Lynda Lee ........ MacKinnon, John .......... MacLeod, Marianne .......... .. Macrorie, Kenneth L ..,.,,... .. Madden, Gayle E ........... Magariel, Harold S ....... Mahanna, Gordon ........ ffff66f Manczuk, Loretta Kay.. .,.... Manford, Donald .......... Maniett, William C. ..... . Mankwitz, Redine ,..,, ,,,,,,,,..,, Manley, Joseph W ............. 76,167, Manley, Louis C .......... Mann, Gilbert E .....,,..,,,, Mannes, Kenneth H ....... Mansfield, Gene ....... .fffiiif 157 60 75 156 75 99 156 112 75 104 96 75 86 114 75 75 158 76 53 81 81 182 93 90 81 168 Marcus, Phil L ....... .........,..... 7 0 Marder, Judith ................................ 70 Margolis, Arthur L ............. 65, 101, 157 I Marino, George ........................ 81,145 Marks, Jane .................................... 81 Marksberry, Dr. Mary Lee ........,..... 47 Marley, William Jay ........................ 70 Marsh, Mikhail Ann ........................ 81 Marshall, James W ................... 93,157 Martasin, Mike M .....,,, ............ 7 6 Martasin, Neil B. ........, ......... 8 5 Martasin, Sharon L .......,.. ............ 8 1 , Martin, Anthony W ................. Martin, Daryl J ................. Martin, Geraldine F ...,...... 76 Martin, Gorby R ............ 99 Marvin, Eve ..........,... 154 Marvin, John F ............,. ........, 8 5,154 Marxsen, Evelyn M. ,............... 76 Masi, Anthony .................................. 81 Mason, Ellen K ................. 76,162,167 Mason, Linda G ......... ................... 7 0 Masters, James ........... ......... 4 7 Mathias, 0. Boyd ......... ............ 4 2 Matney, Harold V ........ ................ 8 1 Matreci, Mary F ....... ....... 1 04,161 Matthews, Larry l ....... ............ 8 5 Matthys, Robert J. .......................... 81 Matzelle, Edward W .............,........... 81 May, Constance A ................,.. 169,177 Mayo, Margaret Ann ........ 81, 166,167 Maze, Robert G .,,,,................,,.,.,,,,,,, 70 Mazzacano, Paul C. ....,.,...,,...... 70,167 McAllister, Newman E ............. 76, 179 McAnear, Jon 'T ............... ............ 9 6 McCann, Mary Ann ....,.. .,,,.,,,, 8 1 McCarty, Bernard F ......... ..... 6 5 McCIeary, Hubert C .,,,,.,.. ,,,,,, 8 1 McClendon, Earl H ......., ,,,,,, 9 6 McClure, George .....,...... ......... 8 1 McClurg, Robert M ......... ............ 7 0 McConkay, Richard R ...,........... 93,156 McCorkle, Clare C ................... 115,151 McDaniel, Michael A ....................... 81 McDonald, Fred L ........ ......... 9 6,158 McDonald, John E .,.,.... ..,,,.,,,,.. 7 0 McDonnell, James J ......... ............ 1 05 McEnroe, Larry D. ,.,.,.. .......... 7 6,144 McFadden, Lynne ..... ............ 7 6 McFarlan, Jane ............. ......... 8 1 McGhee, Richard D. ........ ......... 6 5 McGranahan, Keith D. .,.................. 82 McGraw, Patrick B. ................ 114,153 McGrew, Barbara ......,..................... 82 McHugh, Earl Stephen .............. 93,156 Nlclllrath, Dr. Patricia .............. 42,166 McKelvey, Richard .,...,.... ....,,,..... 1 55 McKenzie, Eugene F ....... ...... 9 6 McKimmery, Larry C ....... ......... 8 2 McKinley, L. Larry ....... ............ 9 3 McKinney, Dan R .,,.... ,.,,,,,,, 9 9,156 McKinnis, Jack L ..,....... .. .......... 101 McKnight, Ruth M ........... ......... 1 06 McLain, Warren Lee ............ ......... 1 14 McLaughlin, William L ..................... 82 McLeod, Dr. Frederick ...............,.... 42 McMahon, J. Leo .............. 54,153,168 McMillan, Ann ..................,.,........... 103 McMillan, Bob .......,...,.,.,..1...........,. 96 McMillian, Joseph E ......,.. ....,,,,.... 8 2 McNeish, George T ................. 101 McNerney, Eugene P ..,.................... McNutt, George W ................... McReynolds, Max A ......... ............ McRobert, Lowell M ....... ......... McShane, Charles K. ...... ........... . Meacham, John R ..................... 109, Mechenich, Phyllis Jean ................ Mecklenbeck, Erika ........................ Medill, Robert W ............................. Medlock, Paul N ..........,.,,, 65,102 Mehnert, Millie ..,,.........,.,,............. Meiers, Joedy .................................. Meigs, Nathan K., Jr ....... .... Melland, John R. ..,,,,,,, ,.,.,,. . Melson, Ted E ................. ............ Menees, Robert E. ......,................., . 65 Menges, Paul ............................ 93,158 Men's Residence Hall Association.,169 Merrick, James W ..............,...... 82,175 157 157 156 82 Merton, Robert Lee .................. 96, 1 Metcalf, Roger P .......... ......... 9 9, Metzger, Floyd ,,....,..,.,....,.,....... 93, Metzger, Michelle Ann .................... Metzler, Lorene .........., ........ 1 05,165 Meyer, Judith Ann ....... ......... 8 2,161 42 104 Meyer, Renata W .......... ........... . Meyer, Sandy Lou ......... ......... 'Quan 'L W Middleswort, Shirley ........160 Miller, David A,,..,,.,,,.,,,, ,,,.,.,, 1 47 Miller, Dickie D ,,,,,,,,, .-.,, 5 5 Miller, Donald L .,,A,A,,A .,.,, 3 5 Miller, Earl W .,,,,,,,,4 ,..,,,A. 1 02 Miller, Gary G ..,.,,,.,, .A-.-A-, 5 5 Miller, Joan ,,,,A,,A,,,,., ,,,..,., 1 47 Miller, John Lee ,,,1,,,,,,,,,, .,.,.,.- 1 15 Miller, Kenneth E .,,.,,1, .,.,, 9 5 Miller, Lowell Eileen ,1,1,,, .,,.,.,, 1 07 Miller, William A ,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,--,,4,. 9 3 Millich, Dr. Frank ,,,,,,,.,,,,,..,,,,,,.,.,,,, 42 Milstead, Dr. William W ......,.... 42,182 Minneman, Roger T ,,,1,,,,,..,,,,,,1-,,,, H 99 Minson, Janet J .,1,,,,,,.. ,,,,, ,,,,.,., 1 0 3 Mitchell, Helen L .,,.,,.,,,,,., ,,.,,1,, 7 0 Mitchell, Paul M., Jr .,,,,,., .,,1,,...,,, 5 5 Mitchum, Evelyn F .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,. 7 0 Miura, Marvin T .,,..,,,, ,,.,,,,,, 7 0,169 Modrcin, Joseph N ....,,.,,,,,.,.,,,,,,.,,,,, 109 Mohit, Saleh ,,,,1,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,, 114 Molln, Sara Lee ........ 76, 134, 178, 181 Monckton, Linda J .,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 82, 177 Montgomery, Patrick H ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 55 Montgomery, Robert C .,,,,,, ,,,,,.,., 8 5 Montrose, Bruce K, ,,,,, ,,,,,.,,, 3 2 Montroy, Marilyn ...... ,,,,,,,,..,, 1 04 Mooney, Ria ..,.,.....,., ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 1 43 Moore, James W .....,. ,,..,,,11 9 9,158 Moore, Joseph H ...,,...., ,,,.,.,,,,,, 1 08 Moore, Keith ,,.,..,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,, 110,154 Moore, Lynda Lee .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,, 103 Moore, Rayburn A ............. 66,102, 156 Moore, Robert W ....,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,, 93 Moore, Sandy .,...,.,... ,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,, 1 59 Moore, Suzanne ,, .1..., Morales, Linda L .......,.. Morgan, John A .......... Morhart, Robert E .... Morishige, Walter K 82 .110 ........102, 156 169 Morris, G. Ray ........... ......... 7 0 Morris, Jan F ............ ..,.,. 6 6 Morrison, Chuck ..... ,..... 8 2 Morton, Daryl J .....,,, .,,.,..,, 7 6 Morton, Judith L ......... ............. 8 2 Moses, James B ......., .,.,,,..., 9 9,157 Motzkus, Paul ,,.,,,.,. ,.,,,,,,,.,,.,., 9 6 Mouri, Suds ............................ 133,162 Mueller, Gene A ....,............ 62, 70, 174 Mulkey, James A ......... ,............... 8 6 Mullen, Richard H ...,... .,,,,,,,,, 1 14 Mullin, Richard G ...,.., ,,,.,. 8 2 Munger, Thomas J ....... .......... 8 2 Mu Phi Epsilon ,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 59 Murray, Barbara J ....,.,, .,,,.,, 1 14,147, 150, 152 Murray, Donna Sue .......,. ......,...... 6 6 Murray, James E ..............,....,... 82,144 Murriish, Dr. Walter .,.. Musick, Patrick Vernon, Jr ............. 63 Musick, Robert E ........,.....,,............. 115 Musselman, Dr. Henry .......,......,..... 49 Myers, Barbara A ........,......,......,,..... 70 Myers, George R .....,....... 102, 156-182 Myers, Evan Lou ........,,..,..,.......,,,,,.. 85 Myers, Lynda Sue ......,..,,..,........,..... 104 Myers, Marcia Jane ...........,,..... 66, 146, 166, 171, 172 Myers, Robert M ....,.. ...,,.......,..,..,,, 6 6 Myerson, Gordon ....... ................. 1 54 Nakai, Thomas T ............................. 99 Nakakura, Albert K ...,,.............. 93,156 Nakayama, LeRoy K ......................... 96 Nash, Patrick J ......... 31,70,139, 169, 170, 171, 174 Neal, William . ,........................,. 93,156 Nedblake, Gregory ..,..................,.. 70 Nedrud, Duane R ....................... 52,162 Needham, Elizabeth T. .........,........ 70 Nelson, David L .................,..... 66,182 Nelson, Hubert ............. ........... 5 2 Nelson, Jay C ........,...,...................... 99 Nelson, Robert D ............................. 66 Nelson, Thomas Lee, Jr ........... 93 156 Nelson, Zarilyn .........................,.... 103 NBITISBV, Frank N ..... Nepsta d, Donald A ......... Nesselroad, Jack R... Newman Club ,............ .......... Newton, Baxter ...,.. Nichols, Renny R... Nichols, Richard L ...............,.,......... 70 Nicholson, Pat ,,.,... Nickell, Maurice C ....,.. Nies, Howard Lee .......... Nigro, Niven, Aley A .....,A...,,. David W .....c... .......110 99 66 ........164 156 102, 70, 133, 175 ........143 96 99 85 70 Nixon, James F ....... 82 Nobes, Jane E ..,,,...,,, ,11,,-,., 7 0 Noller, Neal W, ,,,,,,, .,,,.,,,' 1 O2 Nonaka, Paul H ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,' 9 5 Northington, Adalee ,,,,111.,,v,,,,,,,,,---- 106 Norton, Fred E ,.,,,,,11,,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 9 9 Norton, Rita J ........... 70, 162, 163, 181 NOI'WiCh, Michael ,,,,,.--,-.,.-.----------- 82 NOSWOrthy, Don G ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, -,...,.-.-.. 7 5 NUESSGI, Dr. Noel ,.,,,.-,. .A------- 1 68 Nur-Il-Deen, Aida ,,,,, -'--v-,-- 1 65 Oaks, Richard ..,,....... Ochs, Richard A ........,.,. O'Dell, Sharron M .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,..,. Ogburn, Donald W ....,... Ogle, Dora Kay ......... ,.......102, 157 .. 76 96 Okano, Thomas ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,1,,,,.,, 9 3, 155 99 Olsen, Candland L ..... Oman, Edward R ........ 0'Neil, Jack R .......,,. O'Neill, Wilfred J ........, 157 158 Ontman, Marilyn ,,,,,,,,1,,.,,,,..,,,, 70,161 Osborn, James D. ..,,........ 55,114,151 Osborn, James M .,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,, ,,,,, 5 5 Osborn, Vernon E .,.,,,., ,,,,,,.,,, 9 7,158 Osbourn, Judith Ann ,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 2 Ossenford, Tom E. ,...1,1,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,1,, 86 Osser, Gary ....,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,1,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 7 5 Ostenberg, John R ......... 102,144,157 Osterfoss, Donald C .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 97,158 Ottaway, Lester A ....,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,1, 9 7 ' 167 Otten, Judith J ..,...,.,.,.,.... 89,159, Ottinger, Philip L ..,,.,1,,,,,.,,,,, ,,199,156 Owens, Dorothy ....... Owens, Richard ....... Owings, Gale B. ...... . Ozburn, John E .......... ..........182 82 76 Pabst, William W ........, ............. 8 2 Pace, Martha M ..........,.....,...... 107,161 Pachter, William J .......................,... 82 Packard, Winona Lee ......... .......,.. 8 6 Paddock, Charles E ........ Padgham, Ross A ...,.,... Pair-O-Dice ,......,............. .. Palazzo, Charles A ........,. Palmer, Lewis W ......... 82 90 ........134 66 99 Palmer, Richard B .......... .......... 8 6 Palmquist, Kenneth P ............... 76,167 Pappas, John T ................ .......... 1 14 Parizek, Dr. Eldon J ........ .,........ 4 3 Park, Dick ..........,......... .......... 1 45 Park, Jon K. ............ ....... 9 9 Parkin, George R ......... .......... 1 02 Parrino, Julian J ....................,.......... 102 Parrish, B. Eugene .......................... 82 Patrick, Pamela ............ 107, 111, 132, 180, 181 Patterson, Gerre Lee .... 106,137, 165, Patton, Scotty D ......... Paul, Rivers E ......... Pavlish, Allen T ...,....... 176, 177 ..99, 157 ..,......26, 82 Pawkicki, Robert E ........ .......... 6 3 Peak, Billie J .............. .......... 8 9 Peery, Sandra Kay ,........ ..,..... 7 0,165 Pelzner, Howard D ...,.... ..,..... 9 9,156 Pendergast, Ross G ........ ......---- 6 3 Penland, Lilburn C ........ ....... 6 3 Pennington, Blaine .....,. ....... 1 05 Peoples, Carol A ........ Perry, William J ....,..... 76 86 Pescetto, C. F. ............... ------- 1 13 Petersen, Mildred L ....... -..1--- 3 2 Peterson, David E ........A. ------- 9 7 Peterson, Janice C ......... .........-- 7 0 Peterson, Karen ........... ......., 5 9,162 Peterson, Robert E ....... ...---v A -- 97 Petkoff, Phyllis ......... ------' 1- 59 Petocz, Wayne M ........ ........... 8 2 Pettit, Sharon E ...,...... ........1.---- 1 59 Pfeifer, Norman l ................... 102,157 Pfeiffer, Linda M ...................,- 76,181 Pfianl, Robert H ............. 70,178, 179 Phi Alpha Delta ......................, ..1-.---- 1 55 Phi Delta Chi .......,....... ...........-----'- 1 53 Phi Delta Femmes .............. ------- 1 54 Phi Delta Phi .....J.........1-.---.--- --'---- 1 54 Phillippe, Christopher L ............--,-- 32 Phillips, Kenneth A .......,J......---------- 82 Phillips, Mike W ....,.........,.......- 76,179 Pierson, Robert D ......... -1--,-.---- 7 0 Pineetl, Mary C .......... ........ 7 6,177 Piper, Carol Sue ......... ---.---- 3 2 Piper, Richard L ........, ......-.--. 7 5 Pitcock, Jo Anna ......... .----..v--'---- 1 03 Pitcock, Robert ......... ....---- 9 3,156 Pittman, William M .,..... ..... 99 Poarch, Norma J .,,,.,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,-,,, 1 05 Poe, Don G ...............,......... 55, 114, 151 Pointer, John D .,.,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,, 3 5 Pollng, Cleo T .......,,,.,..,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 9 9,157 Polyzoides, George D ....... 82,145,165 Pond, Esther M ,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,.,,,,-,, 7 0 Ponick, Duke W ..,,,,,,,,,, 1,.-,,,,, ,,,-,,- 1 1 0 Porn, Kathleen A ...,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,.,,, 3 2,154 Porter, Patrick ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 55, 114, 151 Powell, Stuart B .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,70, 169, 183 Powers, Norman ......,,,,,,,,,,11,,,, 97,157 Prather, Robert H ........ .........,, 2 6,82 Pride, Jim Gardner ...,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 102 Prior, George E .....,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,, 71,175 Proctor, Louis L ......,...... 115,151,182 Pryor, Janet Sue .........,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,.,,,,, 107 Psi Omega ....,,,......,..,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 157 Purcell, Richard L ...,,.,, ,,,,, 7 5 Quinn, Donald ........ Quinn, Joseph P ........ Rabourn, Janell ....... Raby, Sandra K .............. .........155 82 .........103 Racette, Richard L ................. 102,158 66 Raden, Alex ................. Rafferty, Robert ...,...... Raimo, Thomas M ......,,. Ralston, Jack ..,........ 44 108 22 Ralston, John D ................. 40, 172, 175 Ramsay, Jina Sue ............ Ratton, Ralph R ........ Ray, Donald G .......... Ray, Monte G ........ Ray, Nancy L .,,......... Read, Edward L ........ Read, Lynne ............,.., Record, Gerald L ......... Redd, Durward ......... Reed, Donell 0 ............, Reed, William R ............... Reeve, Dr. Wayne L ......... Reeves, Sandra J ......... Reeves, Sharon L ......... 76, 122, 166, 169, 177 93 114 .........102 97 102 .........103 86 43 76 99 49 71 Rehorn, Clarence R ................... 99,156 Reid, James P ............. .......... 4 3,145 Reid, Jere K ...,....,..... ................ 9 4 Reid, Robert E ............. .......... 8 3,175 Reid, Roberta L .......,....... ............. 7 1 Reifschneider, William .................. 114 Reifsteck, William D ................. 97,158 Reiner, Deb ................ ............. 1 O6 Reinhart, Jack ................ .......... 6 6 Reinhard, Richard A ......... .......... 9 7 Remis, Laurence A .......,. ....... 8 6,183 Renault, Denise ..,,,..... ....,,........... 7 6 Renkoff, Allan D ..................... 102,157 Replogle, Calvin D .........,.,....,....,..... 102 Replogle, Richard ......,,....., 58, 109, 132 162, 167 Rethorst, James L ....... .....,.... 9 4,158 Revollo, Mario F ......... .......,......... 8 3 Rice, Bobby B. ......... ........ 1 13,153 Rice, lrene ................ ........ 1 59,161 Rice, Richard B., Jr ........ ............. 9 4 Rice, William ...........,.. ........,. 8 6 Richards, David K. ......... ............. 1 08 Richards, Kathy D ..................... 83,177 Richardson, Edward E ........ ....,..... 7 1 Richardson, Glenn E .......... .......... 9 4 Richie, Karen ................. .... ...... 1 6 0 Richmond, Erma L .......... .......... 1 06 Rickey, Kenneth F ........................... 83 Ridenour, Dean F ............................. 86 Rigby, Vaughn D. ............................ 97 Riley, Deanna G ............... 71,169,181 Riley, Kenneth ........ .............,....., 9 7 Riley, Robert L ......... ................. 4 3 Riley, Ronald R ........... ............. 9 9 Rine, Robert R ....,.........................,.. 71 Ritchey, l-l. Grant ..........,......... 102,157 Roberson, Carleen R ....................... 83 Roberts, Carolyn Kay ......... ....------ 1 03 Roberts, Francis D ...............---- 94,155 Robertson, Charles A ............... 97,158 Robertson, Roberta Lee ..........-...-.-- 33 Robins, Joseph D ............-...-.-..-.--1--- 71 Robinson, James C ....,..., 102,111,157 Robinson, Hamilton ......................-. 43 Rocha, Victor M ,.......,..,...........-------- 109 167 Rodgers, Randolph Nl ........,...... 83, Rodman, Victor E. ..............-.-- 102, Rodriguez, Encarnacion Roe, Lorene N. ............................. . Roehr, Michael G ................... Rogers, Charles W .......... 156 M .,,.,.,.,..., 105 .. 49 71 94 Rogers, Doris L ...............................-- 75 114 151 Rogers, Melvin Lee ....... Roller, George S ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 02 Roller, Lewis ,,,,.,.,, ,,,,,,,, 1 44 Roller, Neal ,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,- 1 64 Rook, Barbara J ..,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 7 5 Rook, John M .......... .............., 7 6 Rose, Richard ...,...., ,,,,,,,. 7 1, 132 Rose, Vernie R ......,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 7 5 Rose, William G ..,.,,,,., ,,,,,,, 5 1,99 Rose, William M ........... ........ 7 1 Roseen, Carl A., Jr .,.,...,,, ,.,,,,,, 1 14 Rosenberg, Carol ............. ......,.... 6 6 Rosenthal, Robert W ....................... 83 Rosnik, John .,,.....,,....,,,1,,,,..,,.... 94, 156 Rost, Dr. William ...... 54, 150, 162, 168 Rotert, Larry G .....,........................... 63 Roth, Dr. Genevieve ........................ 50 Rowe, Ralph Waldo E ............... 66,167 Rowland, James A ................,.... 97,158 Ruble, James R ..,...,,..... ,,,,.,,,,,, 9 4 Rubright, William .......................... 94 Rucket, Charles S ....,..,............,...... 76 Rucker, Gary .......... 113, 118, 119, 150, 174, 175 Rueb, Marlin J ..........................,.. 61,97 Runck, Merle E ......... ......... 9 4,156 Rusk, Nancy .............. ......... 8 7, 159 Russell, C. Scott ............ ........... 9 4 Russell, Kerwin R .,,..,,,. ,,,,,,,. 1 02 Russell, Linda J ......... ........ 8 3 Russell, Robert H ........... ........ 7 1 Russell, Dr. Robert J ....................... 43 Ryan, Dr. William M ....................... 43 Ryser, Cecelia L ............... 76,161,181 Sabin, John ................ ............... Salken, Thomas J .......... Sanders, Dr. William E ....... ........ 71 83 Sampson, Lana June ................ 76,167 50 83 Sanders, William R .......... Sandifar, James R ........ Sankpill, Judy Kay .................... 76,177 Sauer, Dr. John L., Jr ..................... Sawyer, Dr. Carl W .......... Sawyer, Shari H ............ 50 50 76 Scearce, William L ............,........ 97,158 ' 27 66 94 Schaefer, Martin ............................ Schellhorn, Greuling C ......... ........ Schelp, John M .................. .......,.... Schmitt, John C ....................... 102,157 Schoeweck, Thomas ....... ............ 1 13 Schooley, Hugh C ............... ........ 7 6 Schroeder, Charles M ......... .....,.. 1 13 Schulte, Beverly J ............ ........ 8 3 Schuman, Walter F ............. ........ 9 7 Schuneman, Naomi Kay .................. 71 Schwab, Paula A .............. ....... 1 14,152 Schwartz, Dr. Norman L ................. 50 Schwarz, Grace .............................. 160 Scofield, Dr. Carleton ................,... 35 Scoggin, Linda D ............. 66,111,135, 137, 169, 177 Scott, Charles W., Jr ................. 66, 167 Scott, Mary J ..........................,........ 83 Scott, Michael L .......... ............... 8 9 Scott, Nancy K ........... ................... 7 6 Scott, Dr. Paul ..............,..... 51, 54, 168 Scott, Sam S ............,...................... 43 Scurlock, Dr. John ....... Seifert, Ronald L .......... Selden, Karen S ......... Selden, Sharen L .......... Seufert, Priscilla L ........, .........66, .. 71 177 .........66, 177 Shacklett, Lyle K ................. 61, 97, 129 Schaeffer, Richard M ..................... 63 Shannon, Patrick D ......... 25, 102, 144 Sharp, Julia C ......................... 104,161 Sharp, Richard D .......... ............... 8 3 Shatto, Philip R .......... ,........ 6 6,167 Sheldon, Jeffrey L ..................... 86,167 Shelton, John E ............................... 83 Shemark, Kenneth A ......... 86, 175, 176 Shemwell, Gary N. .......................... 97 Shepard, Clayton B ................. 102,157 Shepard, Jimmie 0 ............ ............ 1 07 Shepherd, Clark W ........................... 86 Shepherd, Sheldon L .,.........,. 110,155 Sherard, Harold T ..................... 97,158 Sherard, Julie H ............ ............ 8 3 Sherrick, Sue E ............ ....---,- 7 3,155 Sheth, Prafullchadra ..........,... 114,165 shikles, Davis L ............................... 71 Shindler, Carolyn J ................... 83,165 Shively, Roger E .......................-.---- 33 Shobe, William R ........... 115,153,167 Shockey, James M ........................,.. 110 Shreves, Shirley J ........ ..--.-1-----,-- 1 04 Shriver, Darrell L ........ ........, 8 3,132 Shubert, Lester E ........ -------,- 3 3,179 187 Wilhelm, Robert L. .................. 97,158 Shull, Shultz, John C ...... John M .......... Shumate, Claretha Shumate, Robert C ........ Siefert, Julie K ....... Shore, Richard J... .....1,.102 .......,.151 ....,....107 83 83 Siegfried, Mary E ..... Sigler, M. Gene ...... 76, 162, 167, 173 97 Sigma Alpha Iota ......,..................... 160 Sillin, Sharon A ............ Simmons, Billy D ....,..... 71 Simmons, James ,,.,.................. 94,156 Simmons, Reatha Simmons, Richard Simon, John F., Jr ........ M ...... ,.,........ 4 3, 169 F .,,...,,.,.....,. 99, 156 158 .........99, Simpson, George ,,,,.,.,.,,, ......... 1 45 Simpson, Robert H ....,.... ......... 1 02 Simpson, Walter R ........ Sims, Roy D ............,.. Singer, Beverly M ........ Singman, Lois B .l....... Sivils, Jlm ...,.....,.. Sivils, Paula ,.,........... Sjarda, Richard H ....,.. Skaer, Roger D ........... Skinner, Ronald R ........ Slaten, Larry L ....,......... Slayton, Richard E ........ Slyter, Donald ........., Smart, Sharon M ....... Smith, Abner J ........ Smith, Barbara ,,,... Smith, Bill P .11 66 .11 83 .11111o6 .1111 66 ,1111154 .1111154 .1111 77 111111 99 1111199,157 .111199,157 111111110 .1111155 111111 83 .111183,161 11111111159 .1111o2,156 Smith, Dalton L ..,.,l,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,. 6 7 Joseph W ....... smnn, Smhh, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Dorothy M... F. Mauriece iV3Tl G ......... James A ......... Janice S ......... Margaret L ........ Norman L ....... Phyllis A ......... Richard C ....... Richard M ....... Robert V ............ Satin A ........ 115,15o,152, 176,177 ............158 67 ........103 99 71 97 71 ........102 99 ,..........83, 161 102 Smothers, Donald L ............... , Sno-Ball ................. Snyder, Harold E .......... 77,162, Weinstein, Donald D 156 .111 .11112o,121 77 Sodergren, Nancy C ............. ........ 7 1 Soetaert, Thomas ...,,....,,,,..,...,..,,., 110 Soloveitchik, Dr. Samson ................ 43 Soltz, William H .....,.....,,,.....,,....,,.... 83 Sommer, Francis L ....,,.,.,.,,...,,,,, 99,156 Spalding, Catherine ...................... 160 Spolitto, Frank J ........... ....,.... 6 7,150 Sparks, Ben L ............. .,..,.... 9 4, Speca, John ........ Speer, Hugh ....... Speers, Austin .......... Spence, Peter K ........... Spencer, Charles D ....... Spencer, James ........ Spotts, J. T. .......... 1 Spradley, John E ....... Sprague, Linda L ........ Spriester, Fred ....... Spring Carnival ..... Springer, Gary R ....... Springob, Robert R .,..... Spurlin, Robert M ......... Staab, Staab, Stacey, Roger J ........ Ronald M .... Joi Anne ..... 156 .111152,126 111111 47 .1111111155 .111194,157 .111194,156 111111 87 1111179 .1111111 71 .111183,177 .1111111182 .11113o,131 .11111 83 .1111111 83 .111199,158 .111111111o .111194,158 .1111o4,161 89 Stalker, Stephen T .,,..1, ,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,1.., Stallings, John L .,,,,,1,,,,,1,, 83, 144, 175 Standifer, James E ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 97,157 Stattman, Jay ..1............. 111167,165 Stecina, Raymond A ........ Steinberg, Laurianne Steinhauer, Peter . Stevens, Dorothy A Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart , Dem L ...,.. , Helen G .... , Jerry W ..., , M. Janell. , Roger P ..1. Stine, Scott W ........ Stocklen, Judith A.. Stoia, Eugene ......... Stoll, Marlene J ...... Stolz, Rita E ..,.....,... Stolz, Ruth M ....... Stone, Jack W .......... Stone, Storm, 12325 Keith L ........ Thomas E .... 114 157 111194, .11111 71 1111 71 1111 as 1111 77 1111103 .11 67 11 77 .11111 83 .1111111 46 nnn107,166 .nHM22,89 .unn22,89 .1111111 83 111114,153 .11111 97 Stout, Brad S ............... ........ Strack, Robert E ..,....... ........ Strada, Samuel J .......... ......,. Strelluf, Cynthia R. ,1,1.,1. 1,,. . Strlcca, Marlo J .,1..,.,.. .,..,,.. Striegel, Louis E ......... Strnad, Jardon ............ Strode, William L ....,........ 83 ,94,158 114,151 1111 83 ..97, 157 ........108 90 71 Stromberg, Carleen D ,,,1,,,,,,,,1,.,,,, 103 Strouse, Gilbert A ..,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 102, 156 Stuart, Algie S .........,....,.,.,.,..,,,, 94, 157 71 Stuck, Gordon H ....,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,11,,1, Sturdevant, Stephen L ..... 83,166,175 Suffecool, Evelyn F ....., ,..112,152,168 Vold, Earl D ............... 25, 67, 146, Veatch, Ronald I ............ .......... 7 7 Ventimiglia, Charles ..... ...,......... 7 7 Vernon, Jerry J ............. ....... 7 7, 175 Veysoglu, Recep ...... .,.........,. 6 3 Vials, Linda K .....,....... ........ 1 06,171 Vierthaler, Anton A ........ ............. 9 9 Vila, Gladys B. ............ ................. 1 08 Vincent, Jack W ........... ........ 1 00,157 Vincent, Ronald D ....... ...1.... 1 00,157 Vogel, Edward ................................ 110 Voigts, Gene E. ....................,. 110,154 172 100 Voldeng, Karl E., Jr .,,,,............ 61, Volkart, Bettye S ..................... 89,159 Vorce, Robert N. .............. 67,111,132, 174, 175 Wade, Edward M ......... .......... 6 7 Wade, Leland R ....... ....... 9 7 Wade, Leonard R ......... ....... 1 58 Wade, Paul L ........... ............. 1 02 Wade, Robert C .,,,... ,.................. 8 4 Wafer, Joanne ......... ......... 1 04,161 Wagner, Aleen A ......... ....... 8 4,177 Wagner, Barbara L ...........,,............ 107 Wagner, Eugene L ........................... 100 Wagner, Jo Ellen .... 113, 146,150,152 Wagner, Mickey J ..................... 95,158 Wagner, Vicky L ............................... 71 Wahaus, Donald E .....,. .,........... 6 7 Wainwright, L. L .......,, ......... 1 00,158 Waitley, Norman G .......... .......,..... 1 15 Waitman, Robert A ..........,........ 95,156 Walker, Carlton N ....... ......... 1 02,157 84 .,'li Wickham, Lawrence A .....,, ....... 84 Wiehl, Della L ............ ....... 1 04 Wienecke, Low ........,...,. ....,,. 1 57 Wiens, Ernest E ................. .....,,.,., 9 5 Wienshienk, Roselynne ..............,,., 107 Wigginton, Gerry D ................, 115,147 67 Wilcox, George W ....................., ,..., vvnnon, Patncia A ........... 31,107,12L 177 165, 176, Wilkins, Fred ......,. 111, 154, 165,175 Wilkinson, Neal H ....................... Wilkinson, Patricia S ....... 77, Willey, Williams Williams Williams Phillip E ....................... 95, , Anna Lee ........ .............. 1657 72 , 181 156 72 , Bill ....,,,,,,,., ,,....,. 7 2 97 , Brian C. ............ ......, . Williams, Clarence E ......,.1 ,.,.,,,, 8 4 Williams, Dr. Don G ....... ........ 4 7 Williams, Everett E ....... ........... 9 7 Williams, Francis L .....,. ........ 9 7,158 Williams, Frank, Jr ............... ........... Williams, Dr. Hazel B .......,............. Williams, James .............................. Williams, Johna D ..................... 112 Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams Williams , Linda K ........ ........ 8 9, , Miles ............ ........... , Parke A ....... u .. ......... 1 67 47 167 , 151 160 110 77 ,TedH .......... ............... , Terry ..1,. ....,,.. 9 5, , Wade H ............... ........... 72 156 , W. Sam ....... ......,, 9 7, 157 77 72 , Walter H ...................,....... on, Dr. Charles G ............... 51 Walker, Donald F ......... .............. Walker, Walker, Walker, Walker, Walker, Walker, Grover P ......... J. Morton ........... Judith Ann ......... Richard 0 ....... Shirley A ......... ..... f77f Volandia ..,. ...... Wallace, Albert 1......... Sullivan, Thomas B .........,,,............. 110 Summers, George ..,... ....,,... 1 14 Super, Bruce H .,.,,,,,1,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 8 3 Sutton, Mary E. ,...,,,,..,.,, ,.,..,,1. 1 60 Sweeney, Donald B ,,,,,,,,, 11,,,, 7 7 Sweeney, James M ....... ......... 9 4 Sweeney, Leo J .1,..,,,,1.,,,,,,.1......,...,1 39 Swisher, Jon E ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 113,151 Switzer, Carol J ....... 84, 167, 169, 181 Sybrant, Roger N .,,,.1....1.,....,.1....,,... 99 Tabata, Russell S .,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,1 7 7, 169 Taff, Thomas G ........ ............. 1 05 Tagliaferri, Gus ,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,11...,... 97 Talbot, Billie J .....1..,...,,...,,,,...,........ 84 Talbott, Thomas H ......... 31, 59, 62, 67, 137, 138, 174, 175 Talent Show .1........,,.,..1..,........ 122, 123 Tannehill, James E .,,,,,,, ...,,,,,,,,,,,1. 8 6 Tau Kappa Epsilon ...,... .,1,1.1. 1 74,175 Taylor, James D ............ ............. 8 4 Taylor, Melvin ...1.,.......... ......... 1 53 Teachers Now Training ....... ......... 1 65 Teague, W. Karleen ........,,.,.............. 103 Teeter, Jane ,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,.,.....1. 104, 161 Teiwes, M. William .......... 77,174,175 Teraoka, Harry .,1,...,1,,.....,,.............. 94 Tharp, James A ........ ................ 6 7 Thaw, Baylan K ................................. 77 Thielke Thomasl, Thomas, Thomas Thomas Thomas Thompsiun, Thompson, Thompson Lawrence .................. Beverly J ..... 77, 162, John N .............., ,.,,.,.. Michael P. ............... . Natalie ....1..,.....,..,,..., Rennald P .......,..,...... Becky A ........, 88, Bernita L ............... , Michele ..... ........ 1111157 163,181 1111 71 1111102 1111 51 1111 71 159,166 1111 71 167 Thompson, Norman ..... .......... 9 4,157 102 157 Thompson, Patrick ..... ........ Waller, Charles M ....... ......... 1 02, Thompson, Richard ..... .... ...... 8 6 Thomsen, Jerry S ......,,.. ...... 9 4 Thomson, Milton M ..,.,,,., .1...,.,,.... 7 1 Thorne, Gayne R .,.,..,1,........,.,,.. 95,156 Thornhill, Margot A .............,..,.. 71,164 Thorud, Randinne ,,,,.,,..,.,...,....,.,,,, 159 Tiefenthaler, Carol E ....,,,,.1.,........, 103 Tillery, James ................,..,..,..... 99, 158 Tilley, Robert H ..,....................., 97,157 Timberlake, Joseph W .....,,,,,,.,.,,1,.,, 71 Timmons, Diana ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 6 7 Tinker, Carolyn A .......1,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,. 6 7 Tishk, Harry ............................ 153,183 TKE Red Carnation Ball ,,.,,,.,,,,,.,,1,, 127 Tobin, John A ....................... ......... 7 1 Todd, Ed A. ...................... ...... 8 4 Towle, Rose L ................................... 77 Toyne, Richard L .............,,,,.......,1... 77 Tracy, Sandra L ........... 29, 58, 67, 135, 165, 167, 173 Travalent, Louis J ..................... 77,175 160 Tressler, Jean M ...,....... .,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, Trotter, Phillip H ....,..,.,.,,.........1 71 99f Trummel, Clarence L ................. 157 Trussell, Richard E ................... 95,156 71 Tucker, James E ...,........ ..,..,.,..,,. Tucker, Sally V ..,....,.,,, ..,,,,1... 7 1,164 Turkington, Sharon K ....... ......... 7 7 Turnbull, Robert ...,,.,,... ,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 4 Tuttle, Warren W .......... ..............,, 1 68 Twyman, Kent R ......... ........ 1 02,157 Tyson, Barbara ............. ............ 8 4 Underwood, George H ......,.............. 115 University Center Board ........ 162,163 University News ..................,... 170, 171 Valenzuela, Lazardo R ......... ......... 7 1 VanDeursen, Hardin ,..1.,.. .....,,,,,,. 4 6 VanTuyl, Ronald A ................... 102,157 Vardyan, Kenneth E ,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 63 Vargo, Ronald ................................ 167 Vaughan, Beverly l...67, 126, 176, 177 Vaughan, 0. B .....,.11...,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 90 Vaught, Larry G ........ 86 71 43 72 97 177 84 110 156 Walsh, Michael F ......... .............. 7 7 Walter, Ben H ........... .......... 9 7 Walter, John D ...........,..., .,.,,.. 7 7 Walters, Sandra Li ,.,,,.,1 ,.,1,,, 6 7 Walters, Virginia ,.,,....... .......... 1 04 Walthall, Dr. Charles ...................... 51 Wamsley, H. Mike ......,,.. ......... 1 00,158 Waneka, Gerald P ....... ....... 9 7,158 Ward, Larry D ........... .......... 8 4 Ware, Harry G ................ ....... 7 2 Waring, Richard ................ ....... 4 3 Warner, Dr. Benjamin W ................. 51 Warr, Judith K ................................. 77 Washburn, Lynn H ........... 102,144,157 Wasko, George W., Jr ................. 72, 143 Wasserman, Charles C ..................... 67 Waters, Rita M ............ .......... 7 7 Watkins, Donald J ....... Watson, David R ...,... Wayt, Ronald M ....... Weakley, Robert J ....... .........102, .........100, Weaver, Don Keith .............,............ Weaver, Joe F ..................... Weaver, Kyle L ................. Weber, Anita A ......... Weber, Donald D ...... Weddle, Forrest E .......... Weddle,. Sharon F .... 15, 95, .........100, Weldemler, Reuben J ....................... ...............100, Weiss, Welch, Welch, David J ............ Joe F ..........1..... .............. 67 77 157 158 84 157 179 156 84 166 77 155 72 90 146 Robert C ......... ..... ..72, Williamson, Sharon K ..... 77,127,162, 181 169, 174, Williamson, Warren ...................,.,.. 72 Willits, Lyle ...................... 54, 55,168 Willy, Thomas R ........ ............ 8 4,167 Wilson, Edwin, Jr ...,.,, ,,......1....,, 8 4 Wilson, Katharine .... ........l05 103 Wilson, Jo ...................... ............... Wilson, Vaughn F ...,..... ..1..,. 1 15,153 Wimmer, Melvin L ......... ....... 1 02,157 Winn, Belva C ............ ......... 7 7,161 Winokur, Stuart ..... ........ 7 7 Wipf, Vaughn F ...........,. ....... 1 00,156 Wisdom, George B ......... .1,,,,,,,,,1 7 7 Wise, Lawrence E. ........ ........ 1 00 Wolf, Ronald G .,.,,...1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 97 Womack, William R. ..97, 156 169 Women's Recreation Association .... Women's Residence Council .......... 161 97 Wong, Weldon .................................. Wood, Lamont H., Ill ...................... 84 Wood, 0. F ..................... ........ 9 0 Wood, Robert E ................ ,.1,.1..,.., 9 7 Woodhead, David R ......................... 97 Woodsmall, Robert ...........,.... 102, Wooley, Charlotte E ............... Woulfe, Eleanor C ..... ........ 7 7, Wooten, Charles R ...........,....... Worden, Mary H ....................... Worrell, Kathie l. ............ 84, Wray, Sydney E ......... ,.......... Wrenn, Thomas ..... Wright, Forrest ..... Wright, Walter ....... 156 ........107 169 177 115,151 1111 84 , 171, 181 97 i t 77 95 44 Xi Psi Phi ,..,......... ........ 1 58 Yaiser, Richard,A ....... ........ 8 4 Yamamoto, Roy T ....... ........ 1 00 Yonke, Louis L .................. ..... 6 3 Yoshizumi, Dr. D. J .......... ........ Young Democrats ......... ........ Welch, Ronald H ....... .......... 7 2 Wells, Dr. Jack E ........ ....... 1 62 Wells, Richard L ........ .......... 9 7 Welsh, Carole L .............. .............. 1 04 Wempe, Jerry D ...........................,... 95 Wendling, Raphael J ............... 115,151 Werking, Donald W ........ ........ 9 5,156 Wessell, Kenneth F ........ ....... 6 7 West, Bob A .................... ....... 9 5 West, Callie E ..,,,..,,...,,.,.,,,1,,,1,.,,.,,, 107 Westermann, Edwin J .1....1..1,.,1.,..1.... 41 Weston, Darvin L ............. 77,174,175 Weston, William R ......,.,..,.,,.,........ 84 Weyh, Fred F ........................... 100,158 Whaley, William T .............1.,,...,,.,,,. 84 Wharton, Sarah A ......,.... 113,152,161 Wheatley, Carolyn P ..,....,.11,,,,,1,,..,, 77 Wheelock, Kenneth ,,,.1.,,,. .,,,... 8 4 Whitacre, Michael 86 Whitcomb, Charles 72 White, Michael T ..... 67, 166, 171, 182 ' 90 156 R ..........,, ,....,,,, . . W ......,,11.,.,,,..1.. Whitehead, James R ...,.,,11,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,1 Whitten, J. B., Jr ....... ,,1.... 9 5, Young Republicans ..... ........ Young, Young, Young, Young, Philip R ......... ........ Roberta .....,.. .....,...... Roger ............... .............1. Stephen F ......... ......... 51 167 167 102 , 159 1 157 97,158 ' 72 Younger, Ralph E. ....... ............ 1 Zagar, William R ....... .,.......... 1 02 Zalin, Barbara E ......... ............... 8 4 Zeiger, Emory J ......... ......... 8 4,155 Zervas, Dean G .............. ............ 1 02 Ziegenhorn, Dallas R .,.,.... ....... 2 6, 72 Ziegenhorn, Jerry F ......................... 102 Ziegler, Jeanne E ..................... 84,164 Ziegler, Margaret E ......................... 77 Ziegler, Robert V ............................. 57 Zimmer, James H ..... 67,140,142,166 Zolotor, Laurence A ................. 77, 175 Zolotor, Ronald P ............. 84,145,175 T Zook, Robert L ........... .............,..... 7 7 Zuniga, Ralph M ....... ............... 7 2 Zurovsky, Joel D ......... ......... 7 2.183 Zwetow, Mata Ann ....... 1 67 ..,, 3.5! SNELLING SNELLING PERSONNEL CONSULTANTS "WORLD'S LARGEST" GR 1-3733 1012 BALTIMORE ROOM 801 KANSAS CITY, MO. MEN 8. 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HOMOLYTICUS MICROCOCCUS AUREUS SALMONELLA TYPHOSA LACTOBACILLUS CASEI in i5 SECONDS when tested according to the F.D.A. procedure for testing antiseptics and disinfectantsf' DENTAL "PREP" Z- A " calls for soolensns if O Before every examination or treatment make "" I i njouths professionally clean with Sodiphene- f',- rinse mouth thoroughly with 1 part Sodiphene jg 'r rn 2 parts water. Forsigffincums o Kills bacteria o Freshens breath Anaygesfc o Soothes oral tissues o Relieves pain argigggtlc FREE Send for Sample THE SODIPHENE C0., 'I921 Truman Rd., Kansas City, Missouri I I. :ng- eiu ' Here's to a SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE d- rutaurant DENTAL r.AooRA'roRY INC. PL 3-3770 W ' i e"""':::.":,:':':f:.'5."i: :.,.'?f'e::.,I::""""'g' OPEN T0 PUBUC I22-128 WIRTHMAN BUILDING Blsf Cr TROOST, KANSAS CITY 9, MO. LUNCHEONS AND DINNERS Private Rooms for Receptions or Meetings Free Parking Goruge eb, ci Zin . ' - ' ' Pu 2.23 'v ' ' I ' ' ' 4"" IIW E R UN -Q., ,am ' V A ,,,, , ,ggi V I "A.v7tCv , ., WK, X. ' 2 ,7,,V , ,, 2 d 6 n r ,M zoinrverzszrrgf it rem ' tm' ' "ssl L3 X! I 'I V 5, Xp Y 14 V- f rl B 1, ' 4,- Crescent Dental Mfg. Tick.. .tick. ..uc-k...fhe clock sounds the seconds: 60 seconds become a min- ute, 60 minutes' an hour, and this year Crescent rounds out 60 years of service to the profession. Here are but a few of the quality products in the Crescent line recognized and recommended by den- tists throughout the world- and made available to you at your nearby dealer. For better dentistry today and to- morrow, there's no time like the present to call your deal- -W er for the Crescent products you need now. Co., i839 S. Pulaski Road, Chicago 23, Illinois I , l ll' 1- ' 0 I 'I l il I FOR FULL INFORMATION ON MICRO-BOND l IPREPARATIONS AND IMPRESSION PROCEDURES ll ' f ' J E RAORRO" 1 RRR ' iii R. N' ,.- V RVRR O,xRR, 3 NRRRR A ' RRR' Remy ' 2 Micro-Bond porcelain fused to precious 2 metal crowns and bridges have a wide range of application, from single rein- s forced crowns to full mouth reconstruc- tion. Vacuum fired for exceptional strength and improved color matching. 2 1 I . 1' v 1 l 1 I I l 16-page booklet, illustrated in full color, with s'tep-by- step procedure. riii1i1ii17V - Please send me your 16-page booklet on Micro- I I I l A I 1 I BOI'ld. I I I I I I I l ll W Address l CIIY Stale , A I Q 1F0r further information on MICRO-BOND, call or write 5 are c 5 DYSART DENTAL LABORATORY 420-27 Argyle Bldg. A Kansas City, Mo. I Vi. 2-9490 5 l DI' W F1 LQ I I I I -11.1-I A PERFECT TRIO FOR YOUR PRECISION CASTING PROCEDURES . . . . . . infill ttwllll I 'ttxisilillilm IX I4 I 3 Write for Your Copy of- "Crown and Bridge Construction"-4th Edition Contains 148 pages illustrating and describing the latest technics in crown and bridge construc- tion using hydrocolloid and rubber impression materials. l IELENKO FIRMILAY Type C Hard for Carmichaels, M Crowns and all Crown and Inlay Abutments. Highly Burnishable. GOLD COLOR. Certified to Meet A.D.A. Specification No. 5. IELENKO THERMOTROL IR. An electrical melting and casting unit with finger tip control of casting temperatures. Gives highest strength, ductility and density and minimizes pits and porosity. IELENKO MODEL IFC With pyrometer and exclusive temperature controller which automatically regulates temperatures to 1600"F., Model IFC is ideal for wax elimination and pre-heating. Holds 1 to 4 inlay rings or 1 medium fiask. Sxf- 443. 5 J. Pllelenko 3 Co., Inc 1 136 were szna sneer - New York 19, u. s. A o'f "' FOR MISSOURI LAW LIBRARY ASK VERNON VERNON LAW BOOK CO 9I5 GRAND Kansas City, Missouri VI 2-9291 THE Pattison-McGrath Company IVIERCANTILE BANK BLDC-. I I I7 Walnut Kansas City, Missouri VI 2-3918 o Dental Equipment Dental Supplies and X-Ray Machines College Branch IOOI Troost HA I-4789 WM. ZIMMERMAN 0 CARL HOFF COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES HETTINGER DENTAL sumv co. m.f...y..mff ana! Qf em you we .gizruicea Ubud iffy-Jeuen Munch ice5 in jwenfy-fkree Safer: LgB h LAgl I M. F. A p A ' ' ALIF RNI PATTERSON HETTINGER CARY D TAL0SUP Y DENTAL SUPPLY CO. DENTAL SUPPLY CO. CO. CQ, S222 Uilflilfgiis -II2jrrl:srCi'ry iii? 'SQTEQIIO DENTAL SUPPLY C0 Cd R pd P tl d L I wichafa pmfworfp, D M St P I Oki h Cty Houston Sherman Oaks D I th S ttl O h Lubbock Beverly Hills F 8 5 Cfv Sp gf Id S Am C B Y SP k J kson I Cty P E s ,fdfwayd af your :Service Dental Supplies Location Aids Equipment Financing Dental Equipment Office Planning Color Planning GDLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES MAURY TUNISON RAY SANFORD GR I-7683 d I SDg I RITTER EQUIPMENT will make your treatment days less tiring and cater to yolur patients, comfort . . . encouraging relaxa- tion. . . making them easier to Work With. Equip your new opera- tory from the complete Ritter line. Ask your Ritter dealer about the Ritter Credit Corporation Professional Equipment Plan that makes it easy to have the finest dental equipment right now. Or ' ' 0 ia it drop us a l1ne.,R1tter Company 1 Inc. Rochester 3 New York MIDWEST DENTAL LABORATORY I Vitallium, Luxene, ancl Swissedent Laboratory I Member Mo. State Laboratory Assoc. In appreciation of many years consideration shown in allowing me to be of assistance in planning to make your future more secure. H. Frank Poole NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 35l5 Broadway Kansas City, Missouri A new standard of natnral tooth color rejoroclnctrlon never before aoatlable tn any artificial teeth ! HERE'S WHY: Colors "built in" on Nature's plan Correlated polychrornatic blends Variegated colors within each tooth Verified range of natural tooth colors Uniformity of basic blend Controlled natural Huorescence Lifelike incisal translucence Accurate color selection Strong, vital vacuum fired porcelain Exclusive Trubyte multi-blending TRUBYTEP 9 MULTI-BLENDED VACUUM FIRED PORCELAIN ANTERIORS Made in America by THE DENTISTS' SUPPLY COMPANY OF NEW YORK YORK, PENNA. Even Dentures smile in anticipation of the charcoal broiled K.C. Steaks and luscious Prime Ribs ot the Sir loin Room in the S O M E D Midwest's Favorite YOU'LL BE BUYING YOUR HOME IN KANSAS CITY HOTEL PHILLIPS Kansas City 20 stories of Air-Conditioned Comfort CALL ON your V Country Club Qbidtrict "- Home alutfzoritg Q , bm THE D E L I c 1 0 U s .I. C. NICHOLS CG. DAIRY F 00135 COUNTRY CLUB PLAZA ON FAIRM I 5633 TROOST ' HI. 4-8000 I BEST WISHES from "The House of A Thousand Models and A Home of Brown Precision Attachments" Columbia Dentoform Corporation 131 East 23rd St. New York 10, N-Y- emona! Confacf QPJOHGAZQ6! .gzruiced QI"60l'lCl,! ,9l'ltel"e6i .yn Ou, QUJOI' ARE THREE REASONS WHY DENTISTS IN THE MIDWEST CHOOSE Topeka, Kansas St. Joseph, Missouri Call Us Collect N We Are Af Your Service Wmfffafm- KN ' SWE X s N NX Km A N -r.m,.,,., XS 'Rx S x S X1'1-:-...,.,.,.:.::,.,.,, D Ie' x 1-12: NN t Nw QW '. 4 3 - Nhxxxgv WW f Sm? ' 5 I xx NX ' ' qu. L 4 x sm N 1 'Aww-W" X S ' ' R . " EN P' S3 D: Q cr. 3 3, 3. 1? :S O I-I Q O G H! I1' S -Q5 cb W .4 2 .-o- E '42 E 2. O 99 '-cs Q, o 5 'U U1 05. 2 2 S 0 FD - 2 'E E+, g X CD Q Q R4 9 F Q 9. Q O m ts' N 3 G F1 P1 N fb W an as 3 fi, E. w - H , Cya co G' O H 3- ' 'E' 0 l ' N . 'E 5- m l Q. Wy E: N. ET. o 5 5924 Troosf Em, 1-8805 fr .,.,,.,,.,,. , K ......... POLYCHROME COLORS make available new and distinctive concepts of physiologic characterizations in both porcelain and plastic anteriors. You now have your choice of Polychrome Porcelain or Polychrome Plastic for the creation of personalized full and partial dentures. In the extraordinary Polychrome colors, you will also perceive the "alive" markings that are characteristic of a normal dentition, beautifully reproduced deep within the teeth as enamel fractures, fillings, decalcifications, food and tobacco stains, etc. They appear with incredible fidelity but also with such rior set-ups at the chair. ' " ,. li? 'F 5 a delicacy that nature's normal imperfections are made to contribute to cosmetic effects. , fi ASK Youk uNlvsRsAL DEALER to dem- Z, onstrate the Polychrome Color Selector T r -it is a practical, highly useful arrange- fr' jrgjgi ment designed for experimental ante- THE ANTERIOR TEETH WITH THE NEW COLOR DIMENSION UNIVERSAL DENTAL COMPANY ' 48th at Brown Street ' Philadelphia 39, Pa ' I TIME NOWH TO EQUIP YOURSELF FOR FUTURE SUCCESS WIT the he tof e ery hing! S. S. WHITE OFFICE-PLANNING QUALITY DENTAL PRODUCTS EQQTQQEENT INSTRUMENTS FILLING MATERIALS ORTHODONTIC SUPPLIES PROSTHETIC MATERIALS PRECIOUS METALS S L3 Z 1 XL A .....-4.,,...- .. - My if y- E if STS fix , I jx K f W, A X If fr is .Si ,fm L ,V T Contact your S. S. White Dealer or write to . I f THE S.S. WHITE DENTAL MANUFACTURING CO., Philadelphia 5, Pa I I I CITY: Expect more and get moret when you use NEY BALANCED LINE GOLDS ifMore quality in the product ...More help in its usev...More support for better dentistry. Year in, year out, Ney has been doing these things consistently. THE J. NI. NEY COMPANY HARTFORD 1, CONNECTICUT ilk RS K Q S: f K :viz NEYO R0 VDIV A"l Fon INLAYS Nevono yir B-2 Fon smncss ATX Nsvono i i QQ G"3 Fon PARTIALS P P 'Ill H 'Ili l 'H A 'V ..v7f-,mn , KANSAS CITY JLJUFE INSURANCE COMPANY Greater Kansas City Sales Agencies Kansas City, Mo. I 14th 8. Wyandotte 0 Kansas City, Kansas X New Brotherhood Bldg. l l We Americans are constan- tly striving for better to- morrows for ourselves and our children. l Kansas City Life, for 67 years a guaran- tor of American futures, now makes it possible for future insurability to be guaranteed. l From birth through age 40 our Assur- ed Insurability Plan guar- antees your insurability no matter what future condi- tions may arise. I otography Pat Wilhoit Sno-Ball Queen Norma Herbertson Kathy Worrell Beauty Kangaroo Co-ed Sharon Williamson Sara Molln TEKE Sweetheart Delta Chl Sweeth Pon D CAMPUS ROYALTY NORMAN HDYT SPECIAL SCPVICC A PoP ll,,,,,,,,y ,he beauty of CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS your BRIDAL PDRTRAITS lPU'l"PP"fPSi'f"1 and WEDDING CANDIDS A'P"" Della P' Chi Omega " f 'tx EXPOSE ou to LOPMENTSNHFNOWMH Hoy 4 1 Y wfsri . ,- r 2 -oi sf .meager N533 fg' C 722 : f S" -.4.4w2'-r21'--- - -aw w.. ts A . -1 .,S5ir.: :tam .Q X223 CRA 'll'SMANSll-llllP Our clients demand the finest in dental prosthetics . . . and get it! When they entrust their bridgework to us, the end result is more than just another restoration . . . for the secret of our processing success is CRAFTSMANSHIP, the invisible ingredient in superior dental service. As master craftsman, we recommend vacuum fired porcelain fused to gold restor- ations. They combine the esthetic naturalness of translucent porcelain with the perfect fit and permanent strength of gold bonded to it underneath. In performance, gold and porcelain restorations are shock proof, impervious to mouth fluids, and benign to tissueg in appearance, beautifully life like with perfect shade and anatomy permanently built in . . . truly a product of superior craftsmanship. Vacuum fired porcelain fused to gold restorations have been accepted the world over as the finest in full coverage. Let us prove it to you. Waacw GOLD 8: CERAMICS DENTAL LABORATORY 12th 81 Walnut Street Bldg. 0 Kansas City 4l, Missouri BAltimore 'I-9464 t's A Pleasure! lt's a pleasure-to be of service to you in college and we thank you for your patronage, helpfulness and courtesy. lt's a pleasure-to help you locate a dental office. And it is easy, for with our files and information we can save you time and expense. lt's a pleasure - to design your office from the partitioning to the color scheme. lt's a fast service and satisfying one, too, for we have the means of personalizing to meet your satisfaction. lt's a pleasure - it is a real pleasure, to Watch your practice grow and to have the feeling that we are part of it. S g QS. EMerson I 1155 - o wesf 74l'h sf. xmas can, 14, Mo . . , si 'IV' . 'Ibn i w Q iv, ' EI 33, .mix 3269 Roanoke - LO 1-6474 Qisffe My S-1. I 5,2 P W , X, me I J 4 UKC Bookstore 60 Years in Business . . . and still quick on 4' the draw! Fastest BRIEF PRINTING Service n tb I Mlddlewcst E. L. MENDENHALL, INC. 0 Law Brief Printers Since 1898 0 PHONE HA. 'I-3030 1108 OAK ST. - KANSAS CITY, MO. "Personalized Service Since 1935" MYRON Cr DICK'S DENTAL LABORATORY Myron Siler-Dick Schowengerdt IIO6 N. 'I3th Street Kansas City, Kansas MA. 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