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

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Campus tours were organized and counseling was conducted on a student to student level. The summer was successful in introducing U.K.C. to prospective students and in adding many of them to the student body. versity. The Problem MR. -RALPH HENDERSON Director of Admissions and Registrar Assistant Director of Admissions 1. 1' 9 5 2 2 2 2 5 N 0 Q s 5 X S Uk Su, va! X2 3127 , HNZ45 V35 iw, 1-f sf 1, 15, fi V gf: iff 3? -if JS ,jx yy: 1, ffl ,fy ,ff J 7 wg A I' nfl K, iff, . 1' 7,1 ., X ,,, , 1 ,, 5,1 gf f , , M. L .gy - ,J v-"U K ... ,ff , v T 7 ,-zfrf '53 a , 1. 1 ,6 f f, . V 1 f Q gf,-,V V: 1 f,y6fw,Q.w -f my 'f 5 V '4 f 4,2 fi Wim- ff! f ff ,X f 1 ff X C341 X f f ffff f f W7 4' 27 ff f , L My " wwf ww N N li F - ww 7 1 mf: by .-V .-4 .sam- SX Www , 23 f' W' f '1- A459 LF! 3,4 -ga. F' ,ii 3 1 REGISTRATION The predominate color was red. Registration meant miles of red tape-a necessary evil when enrolling masses of students. Long red arrows drawn on the floor indicated line positions-long, slow-moving lines. These winding chains criss-crossed the registration area and presented an endurance test, a confusing maze, to students who had to complete the course. Red pencils, marking up neatly filled- in forms at the periodical review stations, caught errors. Errors meant the inevitable chastisement-a second trip through a line. The first time through a line required patience. The second time, when required, called for real self-discipline. Red faces were in evidence--sometimes angry because of a misunderstanding or annoyed over a careless mistake. One final shade of red was visible. Red rimmed eyes, tired from lack of sleep and tired of pro- cessing hundreds of bewildered students belonged to the people who helped conduct registration. We finished registration and moved on. We were a student body. 1 I 1 N 4 ff ,1 , H,-. h 'N 'vw ., f f Blawg .Q ff? Q' ff , , Y Z, f' f '51 ,IZ ich ,Q .Yu Izfmze-mukm' zneafs, no te!ezfz'sz'0n in Zhe rooms, no ,bfziwate phones, rwzhse, Ull2fil.YI'0H, a mom-mate, and al! the olherjoys of d0T77?Zwf0UP 2 g lzzwzg. A nfl thqyhre all mme gfl szgn on the dotted Zme! Q Then' has fo he ll why In mln' Iwo nizze 0,C!0C'rlx' murscfs on Ihr' .SYIIIIF ffqy. Thr prnhfffm ix, Ikjusl mn!! .wffzll flltfgllff our lhf' Q1'.S'fc"lI1 . . . H! ffffzlwzf, Ur Cfwzzn, flmw' Frnzchfz juf.'f'.s'. , . flZQ1"7'f" lhzf nzmffu fi' ,M Y ,Y Y fr 2222 f I I I f 4 2 x -4 5 I 3 i 1 fr""" , .. W' 9 1 R U S H During the merry month of May when most young menls fancies turn to thoughts of love or at least to finals, the Greek letter fraternities begin to huddle. Summer rush at U.K.G. is approaching. Rush to every fraternity is a barter. The fraternity must sell a quality or a commodity that makes it attractive to the rushee. This quality, in essence, is a way of life. Greek men at this time best ex- amplify this quality by being true brothers. They hope, in return, to 'ipurchasell or pledge the type of men that someday will be one of their Hillustrious alumsf, Sorority debs, too, are whirling rushees on a madcap merry-go-round. If the rushees could peer behind this confettied curtain of gaiety they would see'the substantial and lasting values of sorority life at work. The loyalty of sisterhood has inspired an outpouring of devotion to the great Greek tradition of rush. Although the rushees can not part this curtain and see a summer piled high with charted planning sessions, she can see the loyalty, self- respect, and responsibility generated within each sister- hood as the revelry of parties, skits, teas, coke-dates, and yell-ins unfold before her. The sororities create an atmos- phere of hospitality, friendliness, and graciousness on campus. Sororities and Fraternities, while entertaining, instruct by stressing the material accomplishments of their chapters and, above all, the personal worth and character ofthose who wear the Greek symbols. Uncle Sam Wants Fm! Fm though! I was a member qfwlzat? Spz'kea', eh . . . '52, - 4 1 3 n za, f , X, f , J, las... of "You called my name?" We advocate constitutz'onalz'Q1 in the regimentation cf z'ndz'vz'dualz'stz'e oonoeptz'onaZz'sm it adheres to non-sectarian dz'spensalz'onaZism . , . and booze. . . 5521 fi 7 ee K WW!! Wolff? of X 'f f 'Q ' ' " etz'ng?', yyff vxff-if 1 4, 9 5 . 5 fi Xff, I Mlm, lem Q ff YW o f ,jew Wwe Q e nee , 1 ,,, , , , fjwzgi fl 5' E i I 1 S K g ., f Handzng out llze bzds. . . A few hundred strazlght pins. . . The moment zyfenlzghtenmenl Thefnal exodus, bids opened, anxiezy over. "Then acquazf , f w -Q wx .ff Q , " 4 7 , . , ,f in f fz 7 2 O4 9 Q2 4 i. ii 2 5 ,fi fs A 'A 9 f jk 2-, gi 1 X33 25 2? 93 EA i F A S E ii E Y, yi a. 'S A f F Y 3 S 4, vs ii 3, 53 S M W , x 3 rd Q N 3 if xv W M x ma N :xv AS N W M x w 4 fi m gl 1 v If 11,6 46, ,1 . 413- . .xl Wpiif X v 1 r i F l : gf if "Q K3 519 yi Ve liz I 52 I e 1 Q 5 rf 13 Ei inf? ws! :'?' 5 1 YJ K 1 1 5, Ajler-dinner relaxationg a stimulating book , . . well, it was stimulating . . . oo many cooks spoil the Vw x 'xsgfkfw' X Q .iw K - wif- www xx Q Mandy- Mx ,. A Nm. M. K K5 KX X sf I A periodical pausefar reading a periodical. "Lel's see . . . Qfl cut the budget enough . . .D . F has acti sinc Aff: I We: Ph. assi sea pro: he ' cho 'Fw DR. CARLETON F. SCOFIELD For the past two years, the University of Kansas City has been under the guidance of Dr. Carleton F. Scofield, acting president. Dr. Scofield has been with the school sincejuly 1960 when he was Vice-Chancellor of Academic Affairs. He was made acting president in June 1961. Dr. Scofield received his AB. degree in psychology at Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, and his Ph.D. in psychology at Yale University. He has been assistant in psychology at Wesleyan University and re- search assistant in psychology at Yale. He was assistant professor of psychology at the University of Buffalo where he taught general, experimental, and physiological psy- chology, and he expanded the training of the department there to provide for doctoral training and clinical training programs. Dr. Scofield has held many government positions. He is especially proud of a War Department citation which he received in connection with his work in the Office of Strategic Services. He has done extensive travel- ing in Europe and Asia for research projects in connection with the government. Dr. Scofield has had four books on psychology pub- lished. They are: The American journal cjllgfohology, The journal gf General Pylchology, The Pgfchological Monographs, and Pgychologyfor the Fzghtzng Man. He has also had book reviews and numerous miscellaneous articles published in leading educational magazines. DEAN LESLIE EISENBRANDT School of Pharmacy Dr. Leslie Eisenbrandt is at the helm of the School of Pharmacy. Dr. Eisenbrandt has been at the University of Kansas City for twenty-six years. Part of that time he was professor of pharmacology and the last ten years he has been Dean of the Pharmacy School. Dean Eisenbrandt received his A.B. degree in Zoology, his M.A. degree in parasitology, and his Ph. D. in imma- nology. He has graduated with degrees from the College of Emporia, Kansas State, and Rutgers. Dean Eisenbrandt is listed in Whois Who in America. He is a member of the Society of Pharmacy and Therapeu- tics, the Society of Experimental Biology and Medicine, the American Pharmaceutical Society, and the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. His favorite hobbies are photography and gardening. DEAN WHEADON BLOCH Dean of Students Wheadon Bloch, Dean of Students, received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Louisiana State University and he received his M.S. and Ph. D. from the University of Wis- consin. Dean Bloch is one of the prominent figures on campus.. He is involved in many aspects of student life, works yvith the All Student Association and takes a per- sonal interest in the student body of the University of Kansas City. He is invaluable in this capacity, and is an integral part of the University. D4 Adrr whei the l Colt sulta curri train D1 Asso the . the f Vice for t Boa in K ation D and ing 5 in h DEAN WILLIAM C. FREDERICK School of Business Dean William C. Frederick, of the School of Business Administration, attended the University of Arkansas where he received his B.A. His Ph. D. was obtained at the University of Texas. He has been visiting lecturer at Columbia University. Dean Frederick has been a con- sultant on public utility regulation in Austin, Texas, and Currently is a consultant on management education and training programs for business firms in Kansas City. Dean Frederick is a member ofthe American Economic Association, the Southwestern Social Science Association, the American Association of University Professors, and the Society for the Advancement of Management. He is Vice-President of the Kansas City chapter of the Society for the Advancement of Management, a member of the Board of Directors of the junior Achievement program in Kansas City, and belongs to the Kansas City Associ- ation for Mental Health. Dean Frederick is a contributor to several publications and is in the process of compiling a book. He enjoys writ- ing symphony and chamber music and reading, especially in his favorite Held, anthropology. DEAN HAMILTON B. G. ROBINSON School of Dentistry Dr. Hamilton B. C. Robinson received his D.D.S. degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1934 and was then awarded a Rockefeller Fellowship at the Uni- versity of Rochester where he earned his M.S. in Pathology. After teaching at Washington University in St. Louis for seven years he moved to Ohio State where he acted as Professor for the dental and medical schools and Associate Dean of Dentistry. He came to U.K.C. in 1958 as Dean of the School of Dentistry and Professor of Oral Pathology and Diagnosis. Dr. Robinson serves as a Consultant to the Surgeon Generals of the U.S. Army, the Navy and Public Health Service, and is on the board of Scientific Counsellors of the National Institute of Dental Research. He is on the staff of four Kansas City hospitals. Dr. Robinson received the Fauchard Medal Q195OD, the Professional Interfraternity Award Ql949j, the Tufts UniversityAward 119481. the University of Pennsylvania Dental Alumni Award of Merit Cl959i, and was Wlebb-johnson Lecturer at the Royal College of Surgeons in London in 1961. Dean Robinson is the author or co-author of over one hundred articles in scientific or professional journals. has edited many dental journals and is the author of several books. I i DEAN ARCHIE N. JONES Conservatory of Music Dean Archie Jones, of the Conservatory of Music of the University of Kansas City, is a graduate of the Uni- versity of Nebraska and the MacPhail College of Music. He has held teaching and administrative positions in the universities of Minnesota, Idaho, Southern California, and Texas. He was guest professor at nine universities in the United States. Dr. Jones is national first Vice-President of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, national honorary musical fraternity, president of the National Music Council Department of the Defense Overseas Tours Committee. He is past presi- dent of the Southwestern Division of the Music Educators National Conference, a member of the Minnesota, Idaho, and Texas Music Teachers' Associations and of the American Choral Directoris Assocation. Dr. jones has directed eleven all-state choruses, com- posed numerous choral compositions and has written over a hundred magazine articles and six text books. 7 DE.-KN FREDERICK D. LEw1s School of Law Dean Frederick Lewis ofthe School of Law received his A.B. andJ.D. from the University of Illinois. In addition to published articles in several legal periodicals, Dean Lewis was editor of the HFederation of Insurance Counsel Quarterlyn from 1954-1957 and since 1953 has edited the 4'Blashfield Cyclopedia of Automobile Law and Practicef, Dean Lewis is a member of the American Bar Associ- ation, the Iowa State Bar Association, past president of the Iowa State Bar Foundation, chairman of the Com- mitee of Continuing Legal Education of the Iowa State Bar Association from 1954-1959 and is currently chairman of the Tort Law Committee of the Missouri Bar. He received the Hrst annual Achievment Award as "Man of the Yearn from the Kansas City Bar Association in 1961 in recognition of his outstanding achievements in the field of legal education and contributions to the legal profession. Dean Lewis, hobbies include boating, swim- ming, reading, music and hunting. D Scie his c quii soci: Eng awe B mar wht mal det: 195 fam anc of t mis on an sel he ,aa c1- of gn- ltC an as ion in gal fn- mmm.- 5 DEAN EDwIN WESTERMANN School of Arts and Sciences Dean Westermann, head of the College of Arts and Sciences, maintains a close contact with students through his course in Foundations of World History, which is re- quired for the majority of degrees. An authority on the social and intellectual history of the Middle Ages and English History, Dean Westermann incites a degree of awe in students who take his foundations class. Before coming to the University in 1946, Dean Wester- mann received his degree from the University of Colorado, where he taught for a year. During the war, Dr. Wester- mann taught in an Army-Air Force College Training detachment. A sabbatical leave-of-absence in 1953 and 1954 gave Dr. Westermann a chance to travel with his family abroad. ln addition to his position as Dean of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Westermann is also Acting Chairman of the History Department. DEAN HUGH W. SPEER .School of Education Dean Speer, of the School of Education, received his A.B. degree from the American University in Washington, D.C., and his M.A. from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. He received his Ph. D. from the University of Chicago. He majored in English, Political Science, and Education. Dean Speer was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship in 1951 and traveled to Iran where he was visiting professor at the University of Teheran and Advisor to the Ministry of Education. In 1961 Dean Speer was again granted an award to Iran where he served as advisor to the chan- cellor and deans at the University of Teheran. Dean Speer served as State President ofthe Missouri .Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development from 1961 to 1962. He is a member of the National Screening Com- mittee for the Conference Board on International Ex- change of Persons. Dean Speer has been a visiting professor at Miami University in Ohio and at Syracuse University. Aside from his many administrative duties, the Dean lists woodworking as a major interest. DR. HAZEL B. WILLIAMS, associate professor of English Education for the past four years, received her A.B. in English from K.U., her first M.A. in English from K.U., her second M.A. in guidance and counseling from Columbia University, and her Ph. D. in Education from the University of New York. She has also studied at the University of Berlin. Dr. Williams was elected to Phi Beta Kappa at K.U., Pi Lambda Theta at Columbia and Kappa Delta Phi at the University of New York. She belongs to many organizations, has had numerous articles published, and was a speaker at the International Conference on General Semantics held in Hawaii in 1960. She is greatly interested in the Carver Neighborhood Center and serves on the Board of Directors. Her favorite pastimes are gardening and playing the piano. DR. MORTON GOLDMAN, chairman of the Psychology Department, received his B.S. degree in physical science from Temple University, his M.S. in Math from Illinois University, and his Ph. D. in Psychology from Illinois where he was a research associate. Dr. Goldman was president of the Greater Kansas City Psychology Association. He has had many articles published and has received research and study grants. Dr. Goldmanis favorite pastimes are music and photography and he reports that he was captain of his chess team in college. ! 1 DR. NORMAN ROYALL, professor of Mathematics and Physical Sciences, entered john B. Stetson University at the age of fifteen before completing high school and subsequently received his B.S. and M.S. degrees there. Dr. Royall also received an M.A. degree in Mathematics-Psysics from Emory and a doctorate in Mathematics at Brown. He was a post-doctoral student at Harvard. Dr. Royall has published articles in the field of integral-transform theory and in the field of General Education. He is presently working on a modern college algebra text for the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. In 1961 Dr. Royall completed a series of forty-nine films in the field of mathematics which were released by the United States Armed Forces Institute for use on military bases throughout the world. Dr. Royall was a founder and the Hrst director of the Great Books program in Kansas City. Charles Hammer, of The Kansas CZ-UI Star, aptly stated in his recent profile on Dr. Royall, "Since coming to the University of Kansas City in 1947, Dr. Royall has been one of the intellectually moving forces in Kansas Cityf, DR. JOHN G. L. DOWGRAY,JR., Acting Chairman of the Department of History and Government and Co-ordinator of Graduate Studies, received his B.A. from U.K.C. in 1947, his M.S. from Wisconsin University in 1948 and his Ph. D. from Wisconsin in 1956. Dr. Dowgray served on U.K.C.'s f'Self Study Committeew which functioned from 1955 to 1960. He is a member of the Missouri Valley Historical Association and the American Association of University Professors. He is a "deputy sheriff" in The Westerners fthe Kansas City Possej, an association composed of men who are interested in the history of the Old West. Dr. Dowgray enjoys bicycling and he lists his greatest achievement as "not having been lynched by my studentsf' in ' f ,f"'M' "Tl, A, V. saying nces, eting here. from :toral ld of He is ional ted a :ased bases :or of fansar ming if the :nt of eived 1948 l.C.'s e is a rican The i who :cling ly my MR. STANLEY DEACON is professor Emeritus at the Conservatory of Music Of Kansas City and chairman of the voice department at U.K.C. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, is a fellow of the American Institute of Vocal Pedagogy, a member ofthe American Musicological Society, Phi Lambda Kappa, and Phi Mu Alpha fraternities, Mr. Deacon is a graduate ofthe Chicago Musical College and the Edoardo Sacerdotte and Adolph Muhlmann schools. For many years he was a leading baritone with the Boston and Century Operas and has been soloist with many symphonies and in ora- torio productions. He is the author of ,Munn Scaled far Mu, has written numerous articles on singing and voice pedagogy and is a frequent lecturer. DR. WAYNE L. HARVEY of the School of Dentistry holds an A.B. degree from Kansas University and a D.D.S. degree from the University of Kansas City. He was named outstanding clinical instructor at the U.K.C. Dental School for the 1962 school year. He has received research grants and is presently working under a grant from the United States Public Health Service. He is active in various dental organizations and has had many articles published. He is interested in sports cars and mechanics. DR. MARTIN LEVIT, of the School of Education, has taught philosophy of education for thirteen years. He is a graduate ofthe University of Chicago, holding an A.B. in psychology, an M.A. in history, and a Ph. D. in phi- losophy of education. He taught in Europe from 1956 and 1957 on a Fulbright grant and was also awarded a Ford Faculty Fellowship. Dr. Levit is acting chairman of the Philosophy of Education Society. He is a lieutenant-colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve. Dr. Levit enjoys reading, world literature, walking and music. ' E X fl , A 'Z' Za' XZ fw 1, '4 14 f A ff C , , , 1 M ,Ziff 10 ,, 9, , I ff f ,ffhfffg , -jzxffffkf , , 4 jg , 9 W I if 4 1 , ty of iches Dr. lam- time mry of Con- tnd a piano ,nd as y and e is a rnity. Qi' I , n' Ns-Qs uf- ah., -.. -- H fri.. kj.. r 411 -Q - i ,,g"'BM X W .t 1 wif' MR. DAN JAFFE of the English Department is a well-known and widely published author in the Field of poetry. He has had articles published in Ladies, Home journal, Saturday Review, and many other national magazines. He is presently concerned with the Fine Arls Calendar and the poetry series at the jewish Community Center. He was awarded the Avery Hopwood Award, the major award for poetry at the University of Michigan, where he earned his M.A. in English. Mr. Jaffe has received many fellowships and is presently working under a grant to study Danial Freeman, an original settler in this part of the country. DR. ALLEN O. GRUEBBEL, Assistant to the Dean of the School of Dentistry, received pre-dentistry training at Warrensburg College and at Central Missouri State. He obtained his D.D.S. degree from U.K.C. He practiced dentistry from 1923 to 1936, attended john Hopkins University doing graduate work and obtained a masters degree in public health in 1938. Dr. Gruebbel was director of dental development for the Missouri State Health Department and in 1944 joined the staff of the American Dental .Association in Chicago and during this time testified before Congressional committees in Washington regarding health legislation. He has had over seventy articles published in state, national, and foreign journals and has written chapters in three public health books. In his spare time, Dr. Gruebbel enjoys painting, woodcrafts, gardening, and fishing. DR. GEORGE EHRLICH, Associate Professor of Art, has taught at U.K.C. for nine years. He holds three degrees in art history, sculpture, and archi- tecture, from the University of Illinois. Dr. Ehrlich contributes articles and reviews to many publications, enjoys doing research, and still finds time for spare-time photography. ,fM5lW4a 1 FREDERICK R. MCLEOD, Assistant Professor of English and Director of Freshman English at U.K.C., received his B.A. degree from Bowling Green State University and obtained an M.A. and some doctorate credit at Michigan University. He is co-author of two textbooks, Modern American Wriier and A Readerfor Composition. Mr. McLeod is President of the Mis- souri Association of Teachers of English. JAMES P. REID, Chairman ofthe Health and Physical Education Depart- ment, and Athletic Director, received his Bachelor's and Master's degrees at Michigan State and did advanced graduate work at Stanford Univer- sity and Indiana University. Mr. Reid coached in public schools in Michigan and was a coach at California City College at San -lose before coming to U.K.C. He enjoys playing golf and squash and likes travel photography. G if .E ox MARTHA LONGMIRE, Voice Instructor at the Conservatory of Music, made her Town Hall debut in 1952. She attended Southern Methodist University and took graduate courses at Denver University. Mrs. Longmire has been soloist with many of the leading symphonies in the United States, includ- ing those of Denver, Dallas, and Kansas City. She sang a lead role with the Denver Opera in 1950 and has sung with such distinguished con- ductors as Bruno Walter and Antal Dorati. DR. N Dent: Durin grant: occup consic as a 1 follow DR. E partrr from tiona ballis' 2 42 -Rf iZZ?Z25? ,,., ,,. , . " .5 .742 fvysy ?22229?f .f'wg,f fo.. , Qfff , 'iffy-, 'r1414! Hwqalili ,, .. . R .JP DR. VVILLIAM LEFKOWITZ, Director of Graduate Studies in the U.K.C. Dental School, received his D.D.S. from Columbia University in 1924. During his thirty-five years of research experience he has received many grants and made contributions to diversified research fields. His time is occupied with his work, but he also enjoys gardening and travelling. He considers his work with graduates to be his most rewarding endeavor, and as a research advisor he has encouraged many potential candidates to follow research and academic careers. DR. BENJAMIN W. VVARNER, Chairman of the Diagnosis and X-Ray De- partment at the School of Dentistry, received his AB., D,D.S., and M.S.D. from U.K.C. He has been the recipient of research grants from the Na- tional lnstitute of Health and the United States Army. His hobbies are hallistics and collecting guns. .-.........- LFE Roy BRowN,JR.. of the Microbiology Department in the School of Dentistry, received his BS. degree from the University of Alabama in 1950 and his M.S. from George Washington University in Washington, D.C., in 1956. He was a bacteriologist at the Naval Medical Field Research Laboratory, worked at the Navy Dental School, and began teaching at U.K.C. in 1961, Dr. Brown has written for publication and has lectured before scientific assemblies throughout the country. He likes sports and is "an observerl' of football and basketball. Mizs. Loki-ZNE NELSON Ron, Director of Courses for Dental Hygenics, re- ceived her A.B. degree from Wlilliam Jewell. and a B.S. and an R.D.H. from Columbia University. She was president ofthe Missouri Dental Hygenist's Association in 1956. Mrs. Roe is the mother ofa three-year-old soniand her homemaking duties occupy her out-of-school hours. , .. f K -0 ,f, fy 'I f aff, f 4, :fi f f. fIf'g,I" Il. l .I Il ll' lr ll I l ll. fairing 5 I 1 l. II11lI IIFQI UV? :IlI 5 1 I I .lII. .llliI itll f ,I,I.. Ill I I-I lil II. Ili I. 'I lil? I., II IIQ I I II I' 'I lI l Il I I li Il Ill Ill ! Il liII PHI ll II' Sill 'Eli I1 I! ll li E I I 5 Il 2. Il l .I I Il 1,1 .H All is Ill Ilil lm ally' l EE I l' Ti IIII I 19 f? f f X xmxx .gx Q bk ali? 1 5 7 i I- x L- --, , 'Z , , w' 0 2 ,,,. M, X 2 2 9 I , f . L' ' f A 53-nl , I , ga, aff 7 '- , , , , , silt.: if Pg:-sl" 'I .W ... fr , , , . l 4 I N f 1' ,f f D N, ,. 'X .v x mx X X O X X X 232 :CJ R W4 A X X, QNX' N Rfk W1 X A , N New Q -vsp, K X-A .1 f I In imc r at Dr. rom gree nall and 'ded JOYS QC. the ein Ion- Beta nich ulCm de- ocal ve a will 'V' L - . .is I t . t . . st 'W X ' is? 5- Wikis, MU' DRHIOHN HODGES, Chairman of the Economics Department, received his B.A., M.A. and his Ph.D. at the University of Texas. He teaches a wide variety of courses in the Economics Department but perhaps his most popular course is Hlntroduction to Economics"-a course which is taken by many underclassmen. Dr. Hodges enjoys walking whenever he has free time. Q-at MR. RVDOLPH HEITZ, usually at the Law School. may sometimes be found 211 the Dental School, where he teachesJurisprudence and Ethics to senior dental students. At the Law School, Nlr. Ht-itz is well known for his classes in Domestic Relations and Conflict of Laws. Mr. Hvitz received his A-XB. and LL.B. from the L'niversitx' of Missouri and his LLQNI, from the L'ni' versity of lylichigan. His major interest. outside of law. is the restoration of antique furniture. DR. WILLIAM L. CRAIN, Acting Professor and Chairman of the Depart- ment of Modern Languages, received an A.B. in Mathematics from North Dakota University, a Masters in Math and a Ph.D. in Romance Lan- guages from Northwestern University and attended the Sorbonne in Paris. Dr. Crain, a widely published author, is one of the foremost authorities on Honore de Balzac in the country. His translation of Racine's Brzilannicus was presented at the University Playhouse in 1961. Earlier, in 1956, the playhouse presented Dr. Crain's blank verse translation of Racine's Phedre. A member of Phi Beta Kappa, Dr. Crain is Fulbright Advisor on campus. .law Mi l 4, fi ll lf' ll V all li ti, lil' l M..-...F 5. t , re i t S 1 I 1 1-1 Mig ill' E HJ: 1 1 4 t ,. w 1 1 ,. l lf: its .l - i 4 1 V fl: vi 'i A-ill ll els DR. HENRY DEXTER MUSSELMAN, Administrative Assistant to the Dean of the Dental School and Instructor in Pharmacology, received his B.A. in liberal arts and an M.A. in education from the University of Iowa. He obtained his D.D.S. at U.K.C. Dr. Musselman claims the distinction of being the only employee at the Dental School who does not belong to the honorary dental fraternity there. He has, he admits, done very little in the way of research or in heading organizations since most of his life has been spent in school. Dr. Musselman devotes his time to administrative duties which are, after all, a demanding job. MR. HARDIN VAN DEURSEN, Assistant to the Dean and Instructor at the Conservatory of Music, received a Bachelor of Music Degree from North- western University, a Master of Music Degree from the University of Michigan and did graduate work at the University of Southern California. Mr. Van Deursen taught at Huron College in South Dakota, Albion College in Michigan, the University of Wyoming and the University of Michigan before coming to Kansas City in 1947. He has been on the faculty of National Music Camp at Interlochen, Michigan, Bay View Summer School of Music in Michigan, and was visiting professor at the University- of Virginia. Mr. Van Deursen has been President of the Missouri Music Teacherls Association, Lt. Governor in the National Asso- ciation of Teachers of Singing, Province Governor for Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity, and will be Chairman for the Music Teacher's National Association Convention to be held in Kansas City in 1964. Mr. Van Deursen is Minister of Music at the Country Club Congregational Church, Baritone Soloist at Temple B'nai-Iehudah, and is the father of three children. Da. MYRON L. WAGNER, Chairman of the Chemistry Department, re- ceived his A.B. degree from Carthage College, and his M.S. and Ph. D. from Iowa State. Dr. Wagner engaged in post doctoral research at Cornell, and taught chemistry at Iowa State before coming to U.K.C. He is chair- man-elect of the Kansas City Section of the American Chemical Society for 1963. Dr. Wagner is married and the father of three children. He en- joys camping and likes to listen to classical and semi-classical music. 1 M -c -s tt the orth- tty ol' Jrnia. lbion ity of n the View at the rf the Asso- Xlpha cher's -. Mr. tional her of nt, re- Ph. D. ornell. chair- Society' He CU' ic. DR. W1K'roR L.-XBUNSKI, Professor Emeritus and Pianist in Residence at the Conservatory of Music. was born in St. Petersbourg, Russia. He re- ceivecl his Music Doctorate at the Curtis Institute of Music in Phila- delphia. He taught at the Krakow Conservatory of Music in Poland, was Co-founder and Director of the Memphis College of Music, and Director ofthe Kansas City Conservatory of Music from 1931-1937. Dr. Labunski made his American Debut at Carnegie Hall in 1928. He has appeared as soloist with many symphony orchestras, and is celebrated for his lectures, his articles. and his many compositions which are published both in the United States and abroad. Dr. Labunski speaks five languages fluently and has considerable knowledge of seven others. He is the author of a novel. '7liIl1, and several short stories which were published in Poland. He is married and has two sons and seven grandchildren. He is the brother- in-law of world-famous pianist Artur Rubinstein and colleague of count- less artists including Rachmaninoff. lturbi, Heihtz, Piatigorsky, and many others. DR lfkxl sl NlXXllllX1. Henry llaskc-ll Prolcssor of Sociology. receivccl Intolll1.ll.tlt'Lfl't't'SLtul1t'liI'HII1 l,it'p1ig and ont' in l,onclon. Ht' was axxarclc-cl "' ' ' ' ' ' f- ' ' V f A' 3' Xl'lI1- -vo l ullmrtglit lwlloxxsltlpsalitl liastattglit lI1.hllN1ll4le1llCl ltan. l 1. . 4 llltlltalsolt't't'lt't'tlilCil1t1Qt'I1lit'lI1l lk-lloxtsliip and a Rot kr-l'c'llc-r l"t-lloxv- 1 . 1 . slump lo lcitlt in tht- Quilt-tl Stiles llf- has XXI'1l1t'Il many liool-is 111 tht N"1lttlogit.tllivlclanclis co-author ol many otlic-rs. lJr. Xlanlitmn ls gre-ally Hitt-it-sit-tl in mustt 'md xvoodxvo1'kt1w and matic- most ol tht- lotntturt in - 4 N ll-N ltomtg DR. SAMSON SOLOVEITCHIK, Professor oflnternational Relations, was born in Odessa, Russia, in 1886. Dr. Soloveitchik graduated from the University of St. Petersbourg in 1911. He was ajudge in Odessa, president of the Odessa Municipal Council and was condemned to death by Soviet Secret political policexfor his political activity and for his association with his friend in politics, Alexander Kerensky. He escaped from Russia with his wife and daughter, moved to Vienna and then to Berlin where he was assistant editor of a Russian newspaper, edited by Kerensky, which fought Communism and Fascism. When the paper was transferred to Paris, Dr. Soloveitchik movetl there but left Paris two days before its occupation by the Germans. He arrived in the United States in 1940. Dr. Soloveitchik has been an instructor at City College of New York, the University of Colorado, and also taught in U.K.C.'s Law School as Professor of Inter- national Law. MJ.-tiff ' .W A DR. JACK E. WELLS received his D.D.S. from U.K.C. in 1951 and his M.S.D. in Pedodontics in 1957. He began teaching here in 1951, in 1958 became Chairman of the Pedodontics Department, and was named Assistant Dean ofthe Dentistry School in 1960. Dr. Wells was Chief of Dental Service at Children's Mercy Hospital and has worked at many other hospitals in the Kansas City area. He is Chief Dental Consultant for the Greater Kansas City United Cerebral Palsy Association and Chair- man ofthe Missouri Medical Professional Advisory Board. Dr. Wells was appointed last year to the Got ernor's Commission on Dental Treatment of Handicapped and Crippled Children for Missouri. He lectured in Miami Beach, Florida, at the American Dental Association convention and also spoke before the American Society of Dentistry for Children there. Dr. Wells is an active member of many organizations and has had a great number of articles published. Miss RENATA MEYER, Assistant Professor of German, received an A.B. from the University of Kansas and an M.A. from the University of Wis- consin. Miss Meyer taught her way through college as an assistant -in K.U.'s German department and also taught at Wisconsin University. Miss Meyer believes she received the most valuable part of her teacheris train- ing through teaching grade school. She enjoys music and IS an amateur violinist, but her main interest is translating old documents and papers from German to English and she hopes to someday translate some of the remaining untranslated Grimm Fairy Tales. DRNJAMES E. HERBERTSON, Professor of Anatomy in the School of Den- tistry, received his B.A. degree from Friends University, his M.S. degree from Kansas State University. and his D.D,S. degree from the University of Kansas City. He has taught at Kansas State University and the Uni- versity of Oregon. where he was associated with the School of Medicine. His affiliations include Sigma Psi. Omicron Kappa Upsilon, and the Southern Association of Anatomists. The recipient of many grants, Dr. Herbertson is now working under a grant from the National Institute of Health. DR. EDGAR R. RosEN received his Ph. D. in history from the University of Leipzig in 1933 and taught at Leipzig until he came to the University of Kansas City. Dr. Rosen was visiting professor at the University of Berlin on two occasions and taught in the summer of 1962 at the Uni- versity of Tuebingen. He has received a Ford Foundation Professorship. Dr. Rosen was acting chairman of the Department of International Re- lations at the German School of Political Science in Berlin in 1955, and was chairman of U.K.C.'s History Department from 1960-1962. Q-.af DR. CLAUDE R. BAKER, Professor of Restorative Dentistry. received his B.A.. MS., and D.D.S. degrees from the University of Minnesota. Before coming to the University of Kansas City School of Dentistry, he headed the Crown and Bridge Department at the University of VVashington and the University of North Carolina. He also was chairman of the Depart- ment of Dental Research at the University oflndiana. A widely published author in his field, Dr. Baker is prominent in the United States and Europe. Despite the demands of a multi-faceted career, Dr. Baker still finds time to enjoy motorcycle and sports car racing. DR Soioxmx E. Levv, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religion, is "the man who always knows the answer about baffling questions." Dr. Levy received a Bachelor ofArts degree from Brooklyn College and later obtained his Ph. D. from University of Southern California. He was an electronics engineer and worked as a counter-intelligence agent in 1' rank- furt. Germany, for gather material on plans to have published. He is the father of three clnlclien. He does not believe in hobbies or tollet tions. xvhith dotibtlessly explains where he linds Illlll'1U2lt'CiLlIl1lll2llCSL1Cl121 Yiist storehouse ol' inlorination. two years. Dr. Levy is taking a Sabbatieal leave to Qlausation Theories and Symbolic Logic which he i L 1 17777 , , V ,V , ,- 1 ' 't f 'rl K A , 1 I. Mas. VIRGINIA FRENCH MACKIE, instructor at the Conservatory of Music, received her A.B. from Wellesley College where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and was awarded the Billings Prize in theoretical and applied music. She earned her M.A. at Columbia and studied theory with Nadia Boulanger in France and piano with Tobias Matthay in England. Mrs. DR. ROBERT E. ALLEN, director of undergraduate and graduate oral sur- gery in the School of Dentistry, received his M.S. and D.D.S. degrees from the University of Kansas City.- In addition to his work at the School of Dentistry, he also maintains a busy private practice. With what little time Dr. Allen has to spare, he enjoys boating and water skiing. Mackie taught at Smith, Yale and Kansas City Junior College before coming to the University of Kansas City. She is a distinguished lecturer, has appeared in many concerts as piano or harpsichord soloist, is noted for her work with early music and is director of the University Madrigal Singers. Last year, Mrs. Mackie was honored by Theta Sigma Phi, na- tional journalistic fraternity for her service to the community in music. She is the wife ofa prominent Kansas City architect, David Mackie, and her son is now attending Yale Law School. f ff, 1--D, 4 ff f , f-W , '- ww M., N35 ,y.,,,', . ,wg f .z 19 I2 , ' ?Z' W, ,f ,441 V Q, 5 X 1 5 in El .7 I AHBEIPW5 BA' W-s NPR' w . x ,.ff'f ,, -1 IN MEMORIAM . . . DR. ROBERT D. W ADAMS Dr. Robert D. W. Adams, a member of the faculty since 1935, knew a world filled with musical activity. He was a respected authority on any category of music and he taught a wide variety of courses to both under-graduates and post-graduates. His out-of-school hours were filled with directing church choirs, participating in many or- ganizations, research projects, and annotating the program notes for the Kansas City Philharmonic. He attended Oberlin University and U.C.L.A. and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, and was listed in Who's Who in America and Whois Who in American Eduoatzon. His accomplishments were many, but Dr. Adams was revered on campus for much more. He was respected by both students and fellow-faculty members for his unassum- ing, quiet manner and his willingness to help or to devote time to explaining or discussing musical questions. His many contributions enriched the cultural history of Kansas City and of the University. 'gn 'QLD 1 ., Tribute The Carolyn Benton Cockefair Chair in Continuing Education stands alone. This chair is never vacant. It is lilled by all those who believe in it and support it and by those who benefit from its proj- ects. This chair is unique in purpose and in being. Its creation was a tribute to Carolyn Benton Cockefair, Professor Emeritus of English, who has led so many on adventures of the mind. The aim ofthe Cockefair Chair in Continuing Education is to advance the cultural and educational opportunities of Kansas City through the University of Kansas City. The Chair sponsored Miss Ria Mooney, director of the Abbey Theatre in Dublin, Ireland, when Miss Mooney came to Kansas City to direct the U.K.C. Playhouse production of HDiedre ofthe Sorrowsn in 1962. Nor- man Cousins, editor of UThe Saturday Review,', author James Michener, and Moses Hadas, head of Columbia Univer- sity's Classical Literature Department, have been guest speakers at annual Cockefair Chair Banquets. This spring, one of the leading contemporary trans- lators of Creek drama, David Crene, gave lectures and taught a six-week credit course at U.K.C. under Chair sponsor- ship. A performance of Richard Strauss, uElektra,, by Hans Schwieger, the Kansas City Philharmonic and solo artists was another project for 1963. In 1964, Shake- speare year, the Chair will co-sponsor the Kansas City Lyric Opera Theatre's pro- ductions of HCthello" and "The Merry Wives of Windsorf, Carolyn Benton Cockefair, inspiration to so many students, isjustiiiably proud ofthe Chair which bears her name. L I Carobfn Benton Cockejfair and ,Hoses Hadas compare notes at the annual Chair dinner. 1, H1 "" . '."-'gf ,. '- 1 -. - f . " ' ' 119 Jw.: . . Y- 1 ,- ' L 7' 'f lf! M WMM, f f 'ff W V, 'K' 1 ,Wm fi! mmm 4, fb ' W fn ZW '4 1 Q 4 1 7' I fw- - V 7 , , , . ,. ,V f K. 7971 Vw!! rg, yn ' , fx f 7, , ,X W? L . , A Y' ' ' WAYNE EDRIS Director of Food Service F acult Joanne Baker, Piano, Conserva- tory, Michael C. Bird, Dental School,J. B. Bisceglia, Foreign Languages, Arts and Sciences, Verna Brackenreed, Piano, Con- servatory, Paul Christiansen 7 Accounting, School of Business. William G. Dibos, Foreign Lan- guages, Arts and Sciences, Tatiana Dokoudovska, Ballet, Conservatory, Henry A. Droll Chemistry, Arts and Sciences, Bernard Dulsey, Foreign Lan- guages, Arts and Sciences. 7 Catherine W. Farley, Cello- Theory, Conservatory, Myron N. Jorgensen, Chemistry, Arts and Sciences, Patrick D, Kelly, Law School, Bernard Klein- man, Psychology, Arts and Sciences. john A. LeBar, Physical Edu- cation, A. E. Lee, Business Administration, Paul Liebrit, Mathematics, Arts and Sciences, Layton L. McCoy, Chemistry, Arts and Sciences. Schwab S. Major,jr., Physics, Arts and Sciences, Ernest Man- heim, Sociology, Arts and Sci- ences, Irving Miller, Trombone, Conservatory: Harold H. Mor- ris, Physical Education. Wolfgang M. Neuschaefer, For- eign Languages, Arts and Sci- ences, Reatha Murlean Sim- mons, Physical Education Richard Waring, Physics, Arts and Sciences, Walter B. Wright Business School. Q,-, - C' A message from the President. . . The current school year has been a period of great 1-1HC9I'Tfai11'CY for all- I am sure we would agree it has been the most exciting year in the history of the University. In January, the Board of Trustees came to a tentative agree- ment with the Curators of the University of Missouri whereby this University might become a part of the State system of higher education. Fulfillment of the agreement was dependent upon the State's appropriating 36,100,000 for the operation of the University of Missouri at Kansas City and 31,000,000 for capital funds. In March, the legislature voted a sales tax increase which will provide the revenue and, in April, the Appropriations Committee of the House allocated the funds necessary to effect the merger. We can now be certain that when our doors open in September this institution will be the University of Missouri at Kansas City. Most of us will feel some nostalgia, but I hope it will quickly vanish as we enter upon an exciting new era of dramatic growth and dynamic change. We can take great pride in our past as the University of Kansas Cityg we may look forward to a future as one of the Nation's truly great universities. A year ago I made a statement in The Kangaroo that was also a prophecy and is even more meaningful today: W. . . in our Deans and Directors, our Faculties, our Students, and in the quality of our education program lie all the ingredi- ents of greatness. This potential must be realizedg I am convinced it will be.n X X Carleton F. Scofi d President 74 QM 1 ETRY UPNPM , W womo Reuenows s C5 i - .F W School of Arts and Sciences Seniors W i 47 ' ' 35 W , v. 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Powell, Stuart Bryan Reid. Roberta Lynn Rine, Robert Rollen 'Wx "--av-4"' ffdivv -vi-f"" 'L- f Q fwywff V My , Af, , ,c f 2 , I X X f-f Q 4 ka M, if WZ! W, ff' 'twwmafl f f f 9 ff! 9 gr, QM, ,. , ,. - -emi, W V M: , W f sz 192421 fwf 'f f ram p was QW sa if ' . Z my 5 45 '2 ms-Za 0 fwfwa - aww QVQ, X f- f 4, X Ms' ywfzisdci Q-My A42 4 S , 4, 3 , f Nigga sms 49 Va I X as X X ,- ci it i -Q X .. Xs, Nr. X , wx as Seniors Roehr, Michael George Russell, Robert Homer Ryan, W Stephen Sailors, Kathleen A. Selman, Roland Wooten Ill Seufert, Priscilla Lee Shanklin, Robert Eugene Sherrick, Sue Ellen Simpson, Harold C. Solomon, Darlene Mary Soper, Steven john Stewart, Deni Lynne Talbott, Thomas Howard Teter, Linda Thompson, Michele M. Thomson, Milton W Thornhill, Margot Ann Timberlake, joseph William Tobin, john Arthur Wagner, Vicky Lynn Walker, Grover Pulliam Ware, Harry Glover Wasko, George Warren, jr Wfhitcomb, Charles Witte Wilkinson, Neal Howard Williams, Anna Lee Williams, Carolyn Kay Williams, William James Younger, Lynda Lou Roger Bern and Bi!! Crau om' place the ml tmphzes Ill the mph, case, a gm cjsenior A rts and Slczenee studenls School of Business Seniors 3 f W S ,274 3 5 4 gf y f 1 4 1 4 '67 M off , X ,Q 1 f f fr 4 f W X Q W 4 ff 0 ,w.3?5' A "'.-:ii f ,V f,r'z,j'4.5W.sm1p N sa fi' . ,. , , ,pr X' Y 2 ' f , W ,V 4-f ' .,-' ' - ' f ' f X 1 W, 1, a, 1 Q, 4. 1 f- vf -X4-,fa ffff 0 M: ww. f, -, f yrfffwa 2-Z ,5 ff f 77a H Ackerman, Patricia Lee Brown, james Leonard Coleman, Kenneth Clark D,Arcy, Sandy Dart, Roger G. Day, Robert Dennis Eaton, Frank Russell Ernst, joseph Franklin, jr. Gentle, Ira james Gile, Herbert Robert, jr. Haberkorn, Floyd Eugene Halliburton, Richard Fletcher Hamarn, Joyce Freda Lichtenegger, Don August McPherron, Jerrold A. Miller, Donald Leonard lux- l'. 1C archer 1St sr -SLI- Pointer, john David Rains, Stephen Lawrence -.:..wav'f' Record, Gerald L. Remis, Laurence Alan Ridenour, Dean F. Tannehill, james E. Whitacre, Michael Raymond Williamson, james Dale, jr. Zurovsky, joel Donald QEPXUS i'LzAsten Dean - all I wan! Z0 be is a f1'EO07Z.! Now, ,you te!! me axrylg what courses to takef, li 'lil X, Conservatory of Music Seniors Butler, Phillip Rule Gopman, Seymour Arthur Hook, Walter Eugene Minden, Elaine Smith Pettit, Sharon Elaine Rogers, Richard Stanley Shikles, Glenda F. Sutton, Mary Ellen Thompson, Rebecca Ann Wiredyhr sound, Conservatogl 0fMusz'c students absorb Bach and Basie. 84 li? ' 1 lid' I-7- Allen, Mark L. Anderson, John B. Archer, Jerald Baker, Charles M. Ballew, Dewey C. Beene, Don A. Berringer, Ray Blaunt, Byrl Brand, Richard W Cain, Steve B. Carrick, Walter D. Cookson. Grant T. Cooper, Richard L. Curtis. DeMar Dalpiaz. Art, Jr. Davis. Floyd School of Dentistry Seniors 549' 47 85 Seniors Dixon, W N. Eppinger, Howard K Esquibel, Ray Farha, Kenneth Ferguson, David Foreman, Steve T. Franco, Paul Franks, john E. Frost, R. Gillahan, 'If Gillham, David Grant, Thomas P. Guthrie, jerry H. Haas, E. C. Hale, Lynn W Hamilton, joel M. Hansen, Kenneth M. Hargrave, Ralph Herren, Wallace B. Hernandez, joe L. 1-J--' Higgins, Ronald G. Hills, Paul Hoyne, Thomas Hurnbargar, David Ivie, M. W jenkins, Reed johnson, Michael johnson, T. Gould jones, S. Meigs, Jr. Keenan, Allen Killian, Billy Kirkpatrick, Michael Laham, Jerome M. Lally, Jerry M. Lanning, Richard M. Lovaas, Leeland McAnear, Jon Tom McClendon, Earl H. McDonald, Fred L. McMillan, G. P. Ji? 315325 as -Q ...ming f-we ai ,, f,,,, M 'YW .sf -" ggg. 2 f f cl , , l 1 Wfw '-dw 'J' 4m, 87 ,. Seniors Mcliengie, G. F. Mabe, Roy Mahanna, G. Masunaga, H. H. Merten, Robert L. Miller, Kenneth E. Motzkus, Paul D. Nakayama, Leroy Nickell, Maurice C Nonaka, Paul H. Ogburn, Donald W O'Nei1, J. C. Osborn, V E. Osterfoss, D. Ottaway, Lester Paul, E. Rivers Peterson, David E Peterson, Robert E Powers, Norman W Reifsteck, William D "'-3-9 T 1- I Reinhard, Richard A. Rigby, Vaughan Riley, Ken Robertson, Charles A. Rowland, james A. Rueb, Marlin Scearce, W L. Schuman, Walter F. Shacklett, L. Kent Sherard, H. T. Shemwell, Gary Sigler, Gene 'Gia-E"".,E"'Nairlaa' ?35G?'f7f,f - f 1 - ' r , f' b.s?f1:fe,a:Yf":':-..f 'X W , K, , 6 .gag gay, , , if r ww "6'w5,f.-25315. 5 ,, J X X A ' ,-as-gm Rgflfffimzs 0 pool. . . 92 fa ,iff V if eff , , F Seniors Smith, Norman L. Standifer, jim Storm, Thomas E., Sr Stricca, Mario Tagliafferri, Gus Thielke, Lawrence B. Tilley, Robert H. Wade, Leland R. Walker, Richard Walter, Ben H. Waneka, Gerald P. Wells, Richard F116 and technzque. . . Wilhelm, Robert L Williams, Brian C. Williams, W Sam Womack, Randol Wong, Weldon C. Wood, Robert E. Woodhead, David R Wray, Sidney E. Young, S. F. Disedzon H115 15 supposed fu he a dean lab Dental Hygiene Second Year Sandra Lou Meyer Ames Janet Ann Funke Jacqueline Joann Gatto Joyce Aileen Hainen Maria Jean Hepp Jeanette Ellen Hoar Constance Lynne Hoch Sondra Jan Holman Lynda Lee Mackey Mary Frances Matreci A lfuletzae get-togetherg conversation and punch 'n cookies Marilyn Montroy Linda Pierce ' Sammie Goff Pletcher Lynn Markley Ray Julia Carol Sharp Shirley Jeanne Shreves Joi Anne Stacey Margretta Jane Teeter Joanne Wafer Virginia Walters Della Lee Wiehl LEFT TO RIGHT: Susie Lucas, joz' Stacey, Lynn Ray, ana' S, Vw Sammy Pletcher. VAJA. Q 92 e I xy ,g ,Q i A X 5 ,X 'QQ .S'lf'r1'lf in sfrumenls are important, so I alwqys wear mine around my Ilffk . . . I min flu xzzjzfn mn .x L1 rzfflzful 1.11 . . Ohuyes-an abcess-well, we'l!jQ'x lhal . . . The moral rfthzgs stofy . . . she a'z'a'n,t we "Gleam! il School of Education Seniors Banion, joan Marie Baska, jean Destler Brandwein, Alice Carole Carurhers, Betty jo Fisher, jo Angela Goodrich, Myrna Lee -Hurley, Linda Lee Kyzar, Marcia jean Larson, Judith Anne McCall, Joyce Linnett, Roger George Nelson, joan Roberta Hmm. ,f ,,, X A The problems cyfthe pre-school chztct, teaching high school students, new teaching techniques. . . all are topics M a'iscussz'on among Ea'ucation students. Kg in 1 ,525 Pace. Martha Marie Patrick, Pamela Rooney, jane Taylor Shipley, Carol Diane Wagner, Barbara Lee Warr, Judith Kay Alza this is justjine. Now I can start on the dollar bz'll.', fa gpg 'Lea-f "Now listen, Mike, elzleken-lzeken said the sky was supposed to fall at twelve o'eloek. It's alreazly past one, a'on'tyou think we can go z'nsz'ele?" vane", ' -1' vw'-""' V Lan School of Law Seniors Www Bruening, Richard Patrick Bryant, Robert Adams Ferguson, Sandra Lynn Grant, Benjamin L. Richards, David K. Weinstein, Donald David Wfilkins, Fred E ffl It says here, the ,barly cflhefrst part is liable onbf . ..,' c George Rea explores llze zrolurrzirzous law library. T 151 Bendure, james Douglas Bramman, Henry Adolph Dajani, Esam Zafer Gordon, Allen james Haller, Ronald Lee Hughes, Loren M. jackson, F. Leland Rice, Bobby Barton Spalitto, Anthony joseph Swisher, ,Ion Eldon Wagner, .Io Ellen Y u n gn.: Y .-5 1 1 A- .-Ba "':'Z2."'Yv School of Pharmacy Seniors 059-wswr , A 'Vi .ei , We X 5 A , ,, ,s rg .N ,X V 241 Www ww, h Sud?-HQ ff , ,ff A ,Q my ,W '1-H "edifi- 1 ,assi , ., '- , as ,f . ,- fi ,. ,- ., , 1 f ' ,Y-fan4Q"""' k A- H., .4 E . 1 l l l l A 5 'Af f X j 4 .4 7' fr 1 . 1 l l l i i P i i i 6 Adlard. John Thomas ndergraduates Aaron. lNIark Louis .....,...,. Arts and Science Abramson. Ceorge Hyman .... Arts and Science Ackerman. Richard . ..............Dentistry Ackerson. Robert Frederick .... Arts a Acock. Richard lNI.. . . Adams. Benjamin Cullen IH .,., Adams. 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Dentistry Simon, John Franklin, jr.. . Simpson, Robert Houser. . . Sirota, Roger .......... Sjarda, Richard Henry .... Skaer, Roger David ..... Skinner, Ronald R.. . . Slaten, Larry L. ...... . Small, Mary Margaret .... Smith, Bruce Mitchell .... Smith, Charley Robert. . . . . . .Dentistry . . . .Dentistry Arts and Science . . . .Arts and Science . . . . . . . . .Dentistry . . . .Dentistry . . . . . . . .Dentistry . . . .Dental Hygiene . . . . . .Dentistry . . . .Dentistry 141.3 Smith, Frances Mauriece. Smith, Frank C. ....... . Smith, Ivan George, jr.. . Smith,Jared Harvey. . . Smith, Joe ...........,. Smith, Lawrence Eugene Smith, Richard Condie. . Smith, Roger D. ...... . Smith Ronald Gene Smith, Sharon Lee Smith Sharon Sue Smith Tamara ean Smith Terry Douglas Smith Wllllam P Smothers, Donald L Snell Theodore Eldon Snider, Archie Maurice Snyder William Edward Soltz William Howard Sommer Francis L Spahtto, Frank ohn Spangler, Connie Lee Sp1CkCS Connor Sprague, Linda Louise Spudich Robert Philip Spurlin Robert Meyer . . . ..,.... Pharmacy Arts and Science . . . . . .Dentistry . . .Dentistry . . . . . . .Dentistry Arts and Science . . . . .... Dentistry . . . Dentistry Dentistry Business Arts and Science Dental Hygiene Dentlstry Dentistry Dentistry Arts nd Science Pharmacy Arts and Science Arts and Science Dentistry Dentistry Dental Hygiene Dentistry Arts and Sclence Arts and Science Dentistry Stallbaumer Raymond Donald Business Stallings ohn Logan Arts and Sclence - X F --tf X 7 w Xl , fx X , X X f aw., as 123511 -of xv. st' X sfqfgg 9 ,. , ' I K 5 I 104 z 9' 453 f . 24 -Y., gd., ,Q a. , 5. V 5 nt ,. , 4, N x N C K X f if f . ,ff I , V f 545 g G 2, '. . 45.6314 f 0,.,S,,,,,,,.Q1.. ,,,. .. ,f f ,Vt 6,3 Starnes, Priscilla Ann. . . Stenger, Susan E.. . Steunenberg, Al F. .... . Stewart,Jerry William .... Stolz, Rita Elaine .... . . . Stolz, Ruth Marie. . . . . . Stone, Keith Lynn. . . . . Stone, Neal Ray. . . . . . Stuart, Richard Lee. . . Sullivan, Paul Miles ..... . . . . . .Education . . .Arts and Science . . . . . .Dentistry . . . .Business Conservatory of Music Conservatory of Music ..........Pharmacy Conservatory of Music .........Business . . .Arts and Science Summers, George Samuel. . . ....... Pharmacy Super, Bruce Harold .... Switzer, Carol Joanne .... Tabata, Russell Shigeyuki Taylor, Kent Lee ..... Taylor, Lee Edwin. . . Taylor, Melvin E.. . . Teiwes, M, William ..... Testerman, Gale Edward Thomas, Royce Gevane. Thompson,John Dean. . Thompson, Patrick O.. . . Thompson, W. Nadine. . . Thormond, James Allan . Tillery,J. F. ...... . Tillery, Tom Dean .... Tishk, Harry Nathan. . Toboll, David Robert. . . . . . .Arts and Science . ...Arts ......Arts ...Arts ...Arts ......Arts .. ...Arts .. ...Arts and Science and Science . .Dentistry and Science . .Pharmacy and Science and Science and Science and Science . . .Dentistry . .Education . . . Dentistry . , . Dentistry . . .Arts and Science . . . . . . .Pharmacy . ...Arts and Science '-iii! Todd, Robert B.,tIr.. . . Todd, Thomas Vernon. . . Tomasini, Achilles ...... Tomlinson, William Ray. . Torchia, Ronald I. ........... . Toth, June Ann Elizabeth. Travalent, Louis Joseph. . . . . . . Travis, Victoria Ann. . . Tripp, Alice Merle. . . . . .Dentistry . . . . . .Pharmacy Arts and Science Arts and Science Arts and Science Arts and Science Arts and Science Arts and Science Arts and Science Trummel, Clarence L. ..... ......... D entistry Trump, Richard Andrew. Tucker, Leonard Earnest. . . Tuttle, Gary Gay. . . Twyman, Kent R.. . . Tyer, Janet Louise ....... Underwood, George Harold. . . Arts and Science ........Business Arts and Science . . . . . .Dentistry Arts and Science . . . . . .Pharmacy Updike, Randall Groves ......, Arts and Science Vance, Donald Gary .... VanDeusen,joyce Lee. . . VanLoenen, Barbara Ann. . . VanSickle, Linda Kay. . . VanTuyl, Ronald Allen. . Vaught, Larry G. ..... . Veatch, Ronald Irying. . . . . . . Ventimiglia, Gharles, Jr. . Verderber, Louis Joseph. . Vernonhlerryjohn ..... Vierthaler, Anton Alfred. Arts and Science . . . . . .Education . . .Education .Arts and Science . . . . , .Dentistry ........Business Arts and Science ........Business Arts and Science . .... ...Business . . . .Dentistry -,sz:'p'fWf1 aw . .ffl fiffififi? ww- 'Q fs-f-gnc gjfw ' ' VY NZSP Q ,. ., , M . f , , WX fs me was ' , . ,Q fy! X 4 30 cy fb 222:34 - 7 T I S ft? X Wa' ' f X f 4. . Y WW NWN ' f -wa. VS Es, is igj' igfi iii V. .- ' A ' 1 ' .- " 147'-at 1 Miz'-f"ff.5 lvvf fg. 'g-+-..c +f f1f,..gw f yan, as. ,fi -if-A .. , . .. . 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Waspi, Nancy Margaret ....... Wasserman, James Jay ...,.... Waters, William Glennon II .... . . . . . , . .Dentistry . . . .Dentistry . . .Pharmacy . . . .Dentistry . . . .Dentistry Arts and Science . . . . . .Education .........Dentistry Arts and Science . . . . . .Dentistry Arts and Science .........Dentistry Arts and Science Arts and Science . . . . . .Education Arts and Science Arts and Science . . . . . .Dentistry Arts and Science Arts and Science Arts and Science up I , I I w l Watson, David Robert. . . Wayt, Ronald M. ...... . Waxenberg, Alan Michael .... Arts and Science . . . . . . .Dentistry .Arts and Science Weakley, Robert John ,...,.......... Dentistry Webb, Carolyn Kay ..... Webb, Dallas Louise .... Webb, Penny ....... . . . . . . . . . .Education Arts and Science Arts and Science Weber, Anita Ann ....... Conservatory of Music Weber, Donald Dean ................ Dentistry Webster, Shirley Winifred. . Conservatory of Music Weddle, Rex Gerald ..... Weisler, Stephan Andrew ...,. Welch, Michael Edward. . Welch, Robert Clay ..... Wells, Donald Andrew. . . Wells, Judy Anne ...... Wendling, Raphaelj.. . . . West, Robert Patton .... Weston, Darvin Lee. . . Weyh, Fred ...... . Wheelock, Kenneth Steven .... White, Ralph Dennis .... White, Virginia L.. . . Wiber, Sharon Sue... . . Arts and Science . Arts and Science . . . Business .............Law Arts and Science Arts and Science . . . . . .Pharmacy Arts and Science . . . .Arts and Science . . . . . . .Dentistry Arts and Science . . . . . . . .Business . . . .Arts and Science Arts and Science Wigginton, Gerry Dale. . . ........ Pharmacy Wilen, Richard .... . . . . .... Arts and Science Wilhelm, Carol Ann ........... Dental Hygiene Williams, Linda Kay ..... Conservatory of Music X We 49" f i .ff . ,,.Wgk, , .-.. 1, 1 2 f ffff My ,,. L, , . 54, 6 . Z, SVU f .yr . fa Q mfzf. X f I A 9 fr! 4 , f f 5 fs W V A ,gg Williams, Theodore H. .... . . . Williamson, Sharon Kay. . Wilson, Vaughn F. ...... . Wimmer, Melvin L.. . . Winn, B. Chari ..... Winn, Donald Roth. . . Wipf, Vaughn F.. . . Wirth, Satin A.. . . Wise, Lawrence Eugene. . Wolf, Patricia Ann ..... Wood, O. F. ................ . Arts and Science Arts and Science . . . . . .Pharmacy . . . .Dentistry Arts and Science Arts and Science . . . . . . . .Dentistry Arts and Science . . . . . . .Dentistry . . .Arts and Science . . . . . . .Dentistry Woodcox, Mary Sue ..... Conservatory of Music Woodley, janet Kay. . . . . . . Woodsmall, Robert Elzie. . Woulfe, Eleanor Catherine ..., Wrigley, Dottie .......... Wulfkuhle,John Harold. . Wynn, David Earl ...... Yamamoto, Roy T. . . Young, Philip Roger. . . Younger, Larry Melvin. . . Younger, Ralph Eugene. . Youngstein, Richard Marc Zacker, Stephen Lee ..... Zagar, William R. ..... . Zahner, Eileen Therese. . . Zecca, Franklin Benito. . . Zeiger, Emory James .... .Dental Hygiene . . . . . .Pharmacy . . . . . .Education .Dental Hygiene . . .Dentistry . . .Pharmacy . . .Dentistry . . . .Dentistry Arts and Science Arts and Science Arts and Science . . . . . . . .Dentistry . . . . . . .Dentistry Arts and Science . . . . . . . .Dentistry Arts and Science Zervas, D. G. ..... . Ziegenhorn, Dallas ..... Zieglenjeanne Elizabeth. . . , Zingher, Gary Neil. . . . .Dentistry . . . . . .Dentistry Arts and Science Arts and Science Zlutnick, Steven Irwin. . . .....,. Pharmacy Zolotor, Ronald Phillip. Zook, Robert Louis .... Arts and Science Arts and Science How was that crown shaped? -f .. Q , g in 'fc ,w v ,f s' wfw A in ' -4. ,K I 3 i e l Nw if -D ' ,J E if Z' X x.. ll 1 I I Y Q CJ RA fo "' v at 5 5 9 A M H, 525' 1 Y ' s Ea Q 1 fx vw xfx Q I V , , 65, : Nam -suQfaKsFi3,1L Nw may 3 TwWifQf45YTS fx wi- TI' Y fl , X I N ETJ E' 's 1x V 24 xi-' c. if 1 Q V .Xl , w'm"""-W4 WMV ,WA x M31 SCJ: v f ' . 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"Let's szt this one out-and then we'!l dance the next two hundredf The last dance . . . l 55535- anhellenic ll LEFT TO RIGHT: Nanqf Golbf, Donna Rolzning, juajz Carnegie, Norma Herbertson, Toni Wagner, Carole Brentson. The Panhellenic Council is the governing body of the two national social sororities on the University of Kansas City campus-Alpha Delta Pi and Chi Omega. This has been Panhellenic Councills first year as a member of the National Panhellenic Conference. Our purpose as stated In the National Panhellenic Conference Manual is: "We, the Fraternity undergraduate members, stand for good scholarship, for guarding of good health, for wholehearted cooperation with our college's ideals for student, life, for the maintenance of fine stand- ards, and for the serving, to the best of our ability, of our college community. Good college citizenship as a Preparation for good citizenship in the larger world of alumnae days is the ideal that shall guide our Chapter activities." Panhellenic Council has this year planned and gov- Cflled First and Second Semester Rush. Working with the Dorm Council, Panhellenic planned the fjust Us Girls" Party given during Orientation Week to acquaint new WOmen with University life. The annual Sno-Ball Formal WHS held December 9 - a tradition established by Pan- hellenic. A new activity initiated this year was the Greek Day which it is hoped, like the Sno-Ball, will become an annual affair. 5 ef , , , , f l 1 jois F ullerton, Norma Herbertson ana' Vicki Bondput the finishing touches on the throne pr the Panhellenic-sponsored Sno-Ball dance. 14 1 Z, 42. Alpha Delta P' Alpha Delta Pi sorority came to the U.K.C. campus last year when the Sigma Beta sorority, a local, went national. Alpha Delta Pi was founded at Wesleyan Col- lege in Macon, Georgia, on May 15, 1851, and since that time has grown rapidly. One of the largest social groups on campus, Alpha Delta Pi has contributed much to campus life this year, actively participating in the intra-mural program, raising over 151,000 for the APO Beauty and Beast Dance and sponsoring dinners for the fraternities on campus. Alpha Delta Pils were chosen Sweethearts by two of the frater- nities on campus, Tau Kappa Epsilon and Delta Chi. O F F I C E R S Virginia Blunt. . . ................ ...... P resident Pat Wilkinson. . . .Vice-President Judy Puckett. . . ..,.. Secretary Sara Molln. . . .Treasurer A dz'nner.' AQJlza Delta Pz' syzle. ,i " , , f, 149' H' !7f" X ffff 46 1 Vx , f trf' ' .WfeffE'? , at ,.l Agfa!! V Nw f f f f ,ff PAT WILKINSON Vice-President VIRGINIA BLUNT President judy Wells, being sweet to Delta Chi members at Alpha Delta Pz"s reception. 11. 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J' 8 judy Carnegie, Presidentfor '63, presents Virginia Blunt, out- going President, with roses and thanks for a job well done. 1 1 i i "All this attention and good food too!" A trip to the punch bowl proves worthwhile. I 144 X I I 1 Q 1 V l i 4 56' .7 P udyanne Nelson received a bracelet for the best scrapbook as a ledge. An A D Pi dinner means a gathering :fthe clan. Seated around the table: Diana Ifuhle, Carol Brentson, Carnegie, Margaret Hopkins, Merbznne Flanagan, judyanne Nelson, Pat Wilkinson, Linda Hayield, Betgf Askren, Carol Switzer, jeanne Ziegler, Sheryl Wilkinson, Toni Lancaster, judy Puckett, and Marsha Rogers. George McNeish seems to have lm his bilMJld at horne . . . afne thing to do at an A D Pi dinner when Delta Chi's are guests! 145 Alpha Epsilon Pi Kappa Mu Chapter The Kappa Mu Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi National Fraternity is currently celebrating its seventh anniversary on the campus of the University of Kansas City, having been founded here in 1956. Alpha Epsilon Pi is dedicated to scholarship, brotherhood, and the building of men. These ideals are held high and placed above all else. Throughout the school year, AEPi held various social events. Such things as hayrides, Stags, and costume parties were on the calendar. Among the many social events of the year, the annual New Yearls Eve Party stood out as a gala and exciting event. A highlight in the month of March was AEPi's annual "Mizzou" weekend. Several members and their dates were guests of the University's chapter at their 'jungle Party." Alpha Epsilon Pi tries to be as diversified as possible. Through such things as Social events, services rendered, and religious and educational functions, all those associ- ated with Alpha Epsilon Pi have enjoyed a variety of endeavors. Prominent speakers from various organizations throughout Kansas City presented thought-provoking talks along the lines of academics and world affairs. Service to the community included such things as work- ing for the March of Dimes, service to various hospitals, and working for com. ,iunity institutions. AEPi is conH- dent that the future will prove as rewarding as the past year. .WV ' f f if ' f.'M'z.7 ff ffm Vyfyy 1 LARRY REMIS ED BARASH President President First Semester i Second Semester FIRST SEMESTER Larry Remis Ed Barash Mel Blonsky Harry Tishk O F F I C E R S SECOND SEMESTER President Ed Barash Vice-President Mel Blonsky Secretary Harry Tishk Treasurer Don Zurovsky . .1 ww- , sf ,7 2545" "4 V 1-LEX' 7 mu ,:. ESTER arash Jnsky Tishk ovsky 'Girl 5, l r -3 Melvin Blonsky William Cohen erome Dolinsky J Bernard Erdman Stuart Itkin Steve Kahn Ronald Kraft Robert Levy Howard Masin Jeffrey Pell Harry Tishk Steve Weisler Donald Zurovsky W , E5 W E2 E iff J fi Q li Qi F is 29 yi 1 4 , fi ..t, if 'new ., h ff ' .fv ' . I fb: 5 5 1. l i f -A K l 21:1 i' Q S ' 0 0 S520 'Sf 11-ciefsf -Y - i l X , , I r . , . l . V N , , l i , A 5 '. ' I 5 ' f, 4 Q , l I I V , , I l r l ' 1 l in ,,,, ,4 1 a 4 lkxgtlx- aw ,fill "I hope you have 55.75 in change. There are lots Msongs I like on here . . . " "Pardon me, but have you seen my date? We were twzstzng through and, uh JJ "From this valley thq say I am goin ' an Chi Omega Chi Omega continued to contribute to the U,K.C. campus. They started the year by taking fifteen top pledges who honored their active sisters at the annual Pledge-Active Party. Both actives and pledges had a joint Christmas charity project followed by a slumber party. Chi Omegas held the highest scholastic average first semester. Showing their awareness of importance in high scholarship, they were represented in Delta Alpha, Torch 81 Scroll and the new Honors Program. After winning the song contest on Bum Friday, Chi Omega sang at the Candlelight Ball. Chi O's boasted four beauties: Sno-Ball Queen, Nancy Collyg Beauty, Susan Duncan, TKE Playmate,Jina Ramsey, and Bum Friday Princess, Norma Herbertson. Chi Omega ended the year with their annual Spring Formal, a trip to the Ozarks, and initiation of second semester pledges. It was a very successful year . . . a fun year, and typi- cally Chi Omega. SUSAN DUNCAN President sp- Norma Herbertson receives a eongratulatogz bouquet as Burn Friday princess. A pink dream-Chz' 0's Bum Friday skit. 7 vf--, ,, 1 Hearts and Flowers and Chi Omegzfs Sweetheart gf .J A salute to Chi Omega's Sweetheart, john Ralston 'W0, Vikki, it sure doesn't taste like tomato juice." "Do you ever have the Qeling that people are staring at you? Tell me, Vzkkzg is it true that blondes have more fun? DJJ iw eff, M, if ll f of, if V , , I ' f .um XX... Q X Say . . . it sure a'oesn't taste like tomato juice! These stuebz sessions are great, we ought to have them more Men. "MMI, wejve narrowed it down, Cinajz. My ring is either in there Or in the lemon meringue pief' Deeoratingfnr the Sno-Ba!! . . . 25 'Q ii 5 L W 51 1 I I h xx' I h XL w ' 5 1 15 ,I to it s Y . hlx ' . ,YQ . 13 W K ' . V' Ni .. W , I ..., Y 1 I 1 Y I W . r r 1 Y ' ' I N ' w ,, , 1 , 3 1 s V 1 Y ' A Y N Y K 4 , 1 I I l 1 I 5 X 4 1 1 1 I l X ' 1 Y Delta Chi The Delta Chi Fraternity was founded October 13, 1890, at Cornell University to promote brotherhood among college men. During the past year, the Kansas City Chapter has excelled in all fields. Politically, the active chapter, in addition to their campus participation, had a part in helping one of their brothers, Lawrence Gepford, to the office of Prosecuting Attorney of Jackson County. As a social fraternity, the Delta Chi's were quite active in their informal get-togethers, their famed Purple Passion Party, their annual Tri Chapter Party at Wyan- dotte County Lake, a New Year's Eve Dance and politi- cal parties leading up to the County elections. Once again the Chapter held a Christmas Dinner and party for a group of orphans in one of the active's homes. In intramural athletics, the Delta Chi's came in second in football for the entire teams participating while con- tinuing their triumph over their perennial rival, T.K.E. In basketball, the Delta Chi's finished ahead of all frater- nities. In the Christmas display contest, in which every organization on campus participated, the chapter won the first place award. The Chapter enjoyed a very successful year while pro- moting and providing leaders for all phases of campus life. Della Chz"s make plans and solve problems at the fraternigf meeting. DAVE CLEMENSON President FIRST SEMESTER Dave Clemenson Bill Frazier Gary Hendren Fred Knapp Don Quinn Elliott Schubert OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms Alumni Secretary SECOND SEMESTER Dave Clemenson Bill Frazier Elliot Schubert Fred Knapp Don Quinn Mike Phillips E- -.. ez 7 I 'E I fi ,1 5 1 es to Delta Chz 5 wznnzng Chrzstmas exlzzbzt was located zn font o Chancellor Sco elds reszdence bs- 'x Q92 7'-. JGNHWV ,446--c55.,,, mug -411-,,.S ,, awww , at awk mm .. WW My Bum Frzday anlzcs at the ola' campus mudhole 454.5111 V' fs A . is Ei M 539 sf 4 g., J ea ,s 5 i 5,1 Tau appa Epsilon From five men who came together in 1899 Tau Kappa Epsilon has grown to the largest international fraternity in the world today. The fraternity seeks to create an envi- ronment conducive to maximum individual development both in the chapter and on the campus. As each member is encouraged to strive for personal integrity coupled with both social and intellectual growth, an individual is selected for membership not for his wealth, his social rank, or his past honors but for his personal worth and his character. Beginning with men possessing these basic qualities the chapter seeks to build men through the bond of human brotherhood. The past calendar year has seen TEKES contribute to campus leadership through Omicron Delta Kappa, the University Center Board, and the Student Bar Associa- tion ofthe School of Law. The president and the vice- president of the Student Body, Councilmen in the College of Arts and Science student government, and the co- chairman of New Student Orientation Week were TEKES. Honors Day l962 saw inany TEKES recognized for their contribution to campus life. At this time TEKES received both the Christine Hogin Award and the Alpha Phi Omega Outstanding Citizenship Award. TEKES have been selected for membership in both Torch and Scroll and Omicron Delta Kappa as well as being selected to participate in the University's Scholastic Honors Pro- gram. The close of New Student Orientation Week saw Tau Kappa Epsilon the recipient of both Inter-Fraternity Council scholarship awards. At Alpha Phi Omegais annual Beauty and the Beast dance, TEKE Rick Nash was crowned fLUgly Man on Campusi' while TEKE candidate Susan Duncan reigned as "Beauty". The chapteris social life as displayed on the following pages indicates, in part, the success of the past year. l Nelson Adams Mike Albano Tom Arni Denis Bekaert Gene Bollinger Henry Bramman Roger Bredehoft John Cobb Tom Cummings Denham Da-vis Fmsr SEMESTER Tom Talbott Gene Mueller Roger Kennicutt Bob Vorce Dar Weston Bill Teives Henry Bramman Roger Linnett OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain Historian Sergeant-at-Arms Pledge Trainer TOM TALBOTT President, First Semester BOB DeTRAY President, Second Semester SHARON WILLIAMSON TEKE Sweetheart 1 SECOND SEMESTER Bob DCTTQY im Eisenbrandt J Roger Kennicutt Nelson Adams Ron Zolotor Denis Bekeart Louis Travalem Gene Mueller J iv .2-A F 7 w - f'. 'ff' X, 7- 1 f A X 1 1 . , 4, ,- "-P' The TKE Undertaker? Ball v U71- ZW I l "Myjrzends, we are gathered together thzs eoenzng on a sad and mournful oeeaszon . . .U "What do you mean I oan't have another ice cube?" My l' A-1155. t I "I come to the garden alone, well. . . maybe not quite alone! DJ "As Igaze into thine emerald eyes, exciting thoughts assazl me . . . J' The P ayboy. . . . lvl rwf NQNV ps'- f if Come on, B0b,y0u canjt hide behind that rabbit. . . f all lbrivzbleges thereof ina Ramsey, Ptaygirt '63, is crowned and ojiczkzthz entitled to "W'0u!dy0u like to have that bunnyforyour veg own. DJJ 13,1 l N N w Red Carnation all The new TKE sweefheart, Mz'5's Vikki Bond, was crowned by President Bob De Tray. Red carnations and whirling skirls. . . a gala event. , tl 'lv- MQ W . Q A lribule in .wrzg . . .jralers serenade their dream girl. l?Janis Bob De Tray had ajew words to say. 4 erigf. ye been mes mer wart etofl Ten. 12.51" A fi- Alpha hi mega 4'The purpose of this fraternity shall be to assemble college men in the Scout Oath and Law, to develop lead- ership, 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 351,000 for the Stu- dent Loan Fund, and those attending saw President Joe Manley crown Susan Duncan, Beauty, and Rick Nash, Ugly Man. The Chapter hosted a very successful National APO Convention, with delegates from all fifty states. A high- light of the Spring was the annual APO canoe race on the Kaw River between Topeka and Lawrence with five area chapters participating. APO also participated in the United Funds drive and the Peace Corps and parked cars for the Trustee Appreciation dinner. JOE MANLEY, President BOB DAY, President First Semester Second Semester Colin Brett Ed Buehlig joe Ernst, Jr. Ken Gottschall Russell Hamblin Bill Hemmen Edward La Rue Joe La Rue George Myers Richard Owens Dean Ridenour Alan Rings Darrell Shriver Fred Spriester Beauty and the Beast The 19613 Beauty and Beast Dance sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega, which is held annually to raise money for a worthy cause, netted over 31,500 The profit was donated to the Kansas City University Student Loan Fund. VVeeks of concentrated campaigning were climaxed by the final balloting which resulted in the selection of Susan Duncan, sponsored by Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity, as Beauty and Rick Nash, sponsored by Alpha Delta Phi sorority, as UBeast ofthe Yearfl Benny' and the Beast: Susan Duncan ana' Rick Nash. Rick Nash rerfiws the- castomagf "Ugly MlZ7Z,, pfaque fam .fl'6If67'7ZZ-fl' ofjqcza fs. A circle zyfadfnzirfrs rangralulate Rick Nash-thez'rfavarz'Ie beast. 166 is fe? "-A' 1 Thepnal announcement-Maurz'eee Smith, beaugf candidate, shares Susz'e's jw. ro nz Pre-dance campaigners and thezrfurpf helpers turn ou! posters by fhe score. 14,1 , eZ X33 Q oe Manlegf. A.P.O. president, KWIZCZ-CU65 at the crowning ceremony 5 1, e f fef,n,,f . f ,ff My f,w , v ,f-. ' 4 ivy, an-.,, , 5 i i i 'w ! Q 4 sf f A iQ! 1 1 ?? Listening to dyferent views, making up your mind, and voting. . . all with proper parliamentagz procedure. . . was an ASA repre- sentatioe's plan Maction. t xy ,V A, 'MV' ., x x 1 E N P fi s . Q bp imma Wan -4 9 If ,i D' ff ,AX'W,:fx' Nfv s iw . f , : ' Ex W bv s ie' WN, Xmltikll f Yfx Wlkkkll' J kwkkxwk 1' X' M, ef Q J J M ,Z Q 5 ' 1 S fr X iii ,L e 5 F159- I 3-.SP -if' f41f---Y lj'l2'Z'fore,yE KI-Ill, Pm glad you asked that question. Let me say this about that. . . " President Rick Nash andj?llow-ojicers preside. George Rea and Hal Fuchs, the ASA Election Committee, proved that qualify, not quantigi, Men proved to be most ejwctioe. The Public Relations Committee, preseroedfor posterigi' leyq to right: Roger Easson, Bill Iserihour, Bob DeTray, Phelps Murdock. Opportunity ut of Defeat Between the months of May and December 1962, there were four changes in the personnel of the ASA executive council. This period saw four secretaries, three vice- presidents and four presidents, not to mention the neces- sitated shake-up that resulted in the council representa- tives. The result of this unfortunate situation was a semester void of activities for the students and headaches for the members of Student Council. With the last change of personnel in December a 'cnew spiritv of co-operation and dedication found its birth in the council meetings. This spirit soon spread to the com- mittees and Hnally to the students as they began to reap the benefits of the councills endeavors. Stan Getz was on campus, the Smothers Brothers packed Pierson Hall, the Dinner Dance was sold out, and the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra capped U.K.C.7s "Semester of the Big Sounds." But even more important was the renewed faith of the students in student government. The overwhelming re- sponse in the spring elections and the enthusiastic plan- ning that has already started for next year shows that the student body of the University of Kansas City has prof- ited by its previous mistakes and that a year of successful government lies ahead. Rick Nash, President Roger Linnett, Vice-President The ASA Social Committee: Lynne Sample, Pat Wilkinson, Cathy Hendrickson, Largi Smith and Donna Rohning. Tom Wilbi, National Studenfs Association Committee Chairman. I 5 E gtg 4 5 Iifil 4 rf' 'r , f,s? 5 ill Y: Mfg' it Margi Murello, ASA Wee secretagi, was "Girl Friday", Council representatives, SEATED: Tom Frazier, Linda Williams, Shirley Capps, Betgie Sue Volkart, jon Genesio. STANDING: Bill Crawford, Dennis Vbld, Gene Mueller, Tom Heitz. NOT SHOWN: Roger Bern, Nelson Adams, George Rose, Pat Shannon. "Doyou promise to uphold the duties . . ." Student Court swearing- in ceremonies involved Fred Wilkens, Rita Norton, Anita Mber, Nelson Adams and President Rick Nash. Q 'Qs Wall-to-Wall Students View Smothers Brothers is l ' ,mi J 1, V4 etlzvj i Vi? ie? 4 ifxiffg I if X 75 rms, Bill NN: 'ing- eber, ..,..--1' R OA? lc'AMP03f t B A A Roger Linnett and Rick Nash display the result rjthe all-campus enthusiasm for the coming Smothers Brothers Concert. Tom Srnothers gives pointers on the capture, care, feeding and breeding cfthe vicious purnas! .. 4 we Q f , , 5 Baffin "Wall-to-wall students." Rick Nash, Student Boajt President and Roger Linnett, Vice President, with Dave Rozmini and The Smothers Brothers. V,-t..-.ua eww, , ne.. e ngwww Seated at the head table, lej? to right: jane Friege, Bill Crawfard, Mrs. Wheadon Bloch, Dean Bloch, Connie May, Dave Clemen- son, Marqz Murello, Rick Nash, Roger Linnetl, Betgfe Sue Vol- kart, Kent Shaeklett, Rev. james Fulbright, Mrs. Fulbright, Pal Wz'lkz'nson, Richard Oehs. The ASA Dinner-Dance Thefabulous sound cy'Les Elgar! helped make the ASA dinner-dance an unhrgettable evening. IC ,r , is nake Qing. 353 uw K A quiet dinnerhr 600 . . . not exacthf intimate, but nice, Donna Rohning presents afree corsage to one fy'the 300 couples attending the Dinner- Dance. xg, SQ ,W i 13 1 i. E I is I I zz, "Didn,t I dance with you at Arthur Murray's.9". . . K.. 2 ' is 1 F ' Hia vi... ' R, "Receiving the billfn Bi!! Crawford, A and S President, presents the recezptfor the Uniuersigr Center's new trophy case to Rick Nash, President rf ASA. Q S 'X' Q '22 M X f 4, I 4 f 3? 4 , .4 Z , '41 ,. ir Z A I 4 f f , X f f f e I Z, if ,Z V '.f ,lu i , W1 ' r- 1 C' 1 .As N if-5 'E fh a' we Mu LJ ublications Board The Publications Board, headed by Randy Shobe, Chairman, was the central mediator in all the publica- tionls problems. Holding the purse strings, they approved all budgets and printer contracts, settled disagreements and acted as a sounding board for editors. They were considerate of editors and publications personnel and helped keep all University publications running smoothly. Posedpr a pzeture, LEFT TO RIGHT: Roger Linnett, Karen Peter- son, Roger Sybrant, Ranabf Shobe, Dr. Roma King and Roger Bern. Discussion, disagreement and decisions. . . seated around the table, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Isenhour, Roger Linnett, Ranajf Slzobe, Karen Peterson, john Ralston, Betgfe Sue Wlkart, Sam Scott and Helen Crissrnan. l , y, .371 1..At,Zf I' SW W fW , ff X f ff A Randy Shobe, Publications Board Chairman. e i P I P 11 a N c c e s s f l f 2 r l I 1 1 C 6 inline AH 'Butyou just donlt understand the problem!" Betgfe Sue Volkart, Kangaroo Editor, adds to Randy Sl1obe's pub-board problems. X L ,'-.. 15' adm 2 kart, S. V niversity News "'All good journalism is a mixture of discovery tem- pered by experience," Time magazine wrote in 1961 on the death of Ernest Hemingway. The Unzberszbf News, like most of today's college news- papers, falls into that category. Its staff, from editor to fypist, recognized that they are involved in a learning process, and ended the year on the note that they had learned from their experience. Editor William Isenhour, a junior in public address and radio-television, set two goals at the outset. "We wanted to give the student body a paper that was Hnan- cially solid and one that would be read by as many stu- dents as possiblef' Isenhour commented at yearls end. The former goal was well within reach as early as the end of the first semester, when the U-News reported a substantial financial surplus. Lower operating costs for second semester gave every indication of the most success- ful financial operation in the annals ofthe publication.- Business manager, Rick Nash, deserved most of the credit for that. The eagerness of students any Wednesday morning, amazed campus "old-timers". "Sure, the paper's read by most of the students, and maybe they like it. But we know about our mistakes and would like to eliminate them. We did, though, make great progress this year," managing editor james Eisenbrandt summed it up. 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Others. . . it didn't. . . . tries to get the other side q'the stogf , . f 1 hw? + DENIS BEKAERT J1NA RAMSAY KARL K13NNEDy Production Manager Literary Llterary ROY ALLBRITTEN Photographer HARRY BRAVERMAN Photographer There is ongf one disadvantage infiling evegflhing under "F" fjbr ffzm . .. 1 ' x t 'S4 X r 1 PM Mig W4 '... if .W ..X.. mf Kiwa- Cfj' 7 CW ' ff f.' aw, , ,-W NW mf N ,.X.,, W V W f f ff 4 X 9 .X WX i 7Ww -an , 361' the nonqy "rescue f aff W A-, The Conservatory String Grchestra VIOLIN I-Sherman Foster,james Gaskill, Henry Scott, Gerald Divoky, Betty Vandever, Gertrude Phalp, Norman Beauchamp, Carla Edmonson, Gary Grantham. VIOLIN II-Orion Mehus, Bert Stern, Mary Jane Nel- son, Marian Zumbruh, Elinor Holt, Elmer Davis, Bonnie Trimmer, Miriam Lerner, Joe Cozad. V1oLoNcELLo-Shirley Cecil, Patti Taylor, Evalue Blackwell, Frederic James, Norman Buebendorf. VIOLA-Mike Smith, Bettye Sue Volkart,Joyce Emler, Ray Saul, Gerald Carpenter. 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Conetusioe profy' that the electronic age has come to the dorm micron Delta Kappa The purpose ofthe Omicron Delta Kappa Society is threefold: First, to recognize men who have attained a high f a standard of efliciency in collegiate activities and to inspire others to strive for conspicuous attainments along similar I lines. Second, to bring together the most representative men i in all phases of collegiate life and thus to create an or- W ganization which will help to mold the sentiment ofthe i institution on questions oflocal and intercollegiate interest. Third, to bring together members ofthe faculty and student body ofthe institution on a basis of mutual inter- est and understanding. Dean Wheadon Bloch, Roger Bern, Treasurerg Wz'llz'om Crow- n ybrd, Vice Preszdenl, and Tom Talbott, Preszdent. 188 gf' .ffi-In? SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: judith Warr, judith Larson, Ronnie Bisman, janet Engler, Mag Agnes jones, Marjr jane jones. joan Banion, Sandra Peegi, Priscilla Seujert, jirnrnie Shepard, Linda Hurlq and Betgi Corbin. SECOND Row: joyce Davis, Evebin Marsen, Magi Albrecht, Dr. Norman Royall, ":Dr. Carle- ton F. Sccweld, "'Dr. Edwin Westermann, "'George Ehrlich, Edna Easter, jeanelte johnson, joyce Gunderson, and Pamela Patrick. THIRD Row: Rogert Linnett, William Crawford, Randy Shobe, Flcyzd Haberkorn, Renny Nichols, Wrnie Rose, Lance Ban- ning, Grover Walker, Dean Wheadon Bloch, Dr. Harold Buschman. 'Indicates honorary initiates W -...,,.,,,.,.,,.. .... l t.....,,-sf--M.-ww X-v,f,qsgg.svK.fweg4N.s-em, .51 Torch and Scroll Torch and Scroll is the student scholastic honorary on campus. Its members must have completed five semesters of college work, of which two are in residence at the Uni- versity of Kansas City. They must have a scholastic aver- age of 2.0 or above for each semester. Initiation is held twice a year, followed by a dinner for the initiates. Mem- bers serve as ushers on Honors Day and Commencement. sw 189 Delta Alpha Delta Alpha is a senior women's leadership society. In order to be a member of Delta Alpha, young women must be outstanding on campus for they are selected on the basis of leadership, character, scholarship and their participation in campus activities. Delta Alpha helps in the preparation ofthe HCoed Cues" handbook, distrib- uted to new women students during orientation, and other service projects during the year. New members are tapped in a traditional ceremony on Honorls Day. OFFICERS President. . . ................,, . . .Rita Norton Secretary. . . ,... Sharon Pettit Treasurer. . . .,,. Vicki Wagner Historian. . . -.., Patfifiia Hoff FRONT Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Sharon Petttt, Patricia HMC jqfee Dztle. BACK Row Rebecca Thompson, Vicki Wagner, Pamela Patrick, Rita Norton. on Ut ter off WI I Q ,Y W .. .ga ,,.,-a ,gt STEVE REEDER Newman Club President First Semester The Newman Club The Newman Chapter is the student organization for Roman Catholics attending the University of Kansas City. Its primary interest is to make a positive contribut- tion to university life through its evaluation, in classes, conferences, lectures and private discussions, of contem- porary problems in the light of present-day Catholic thought. Classes are conducted during the scholastic year, lec- tures on current questions are presented at each ofthe bi-monthly Sunday evening meetings. The Chapter also sponsors cultural and social events during the course of the year. Facilities at the Chaplain's Residence, 5221 Rockhill Road, include opportunities for STEVE RYAN Newman Club President Second Semester Thr? Newman Club residence contains a modern altar Uunusual QUU2 done in brilliant color. On the lm are Leo Sweeney, DWUOV 0fAclrnissions and a guest speaker, Sandy Iflug, Artie gleam, ana' Steve Ryan. On the right are Edie MeClurg, Sue te be HKU, Pat Quinlan anal Father Tornlbkins. the reception ofthe Sacraments, individual counseling, the use of the library from 9 a.m. until 10 p.m. daily. Roizv ELLINGER National Extension Vice-Prseident A post-meeting get-together in the a'ownstairs meeting room is a timefor cojee and ronoersation. . I - N I ' i' I X .1 Ham rton jim foie. B il! zsor,' eere- ff 1 , f X 1457, 'TIT TPM T. mv ,L The American Chemical Society LEFT TO RIGHT: Elbert L. Hayes, Gergf Wheeler, Mz'ke Cooper, Larry Egf7er, joe Barnes. Teachers Now Training BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: juafy Luneqfordg Myrna Good- rich, Publzezfy Chaz'rmarz,' juajr Larson, Pre5z'a'entg Flcprd Haver- korn, Vice-Pre.s'14dent,'juafy Warr. FRONT ROW: Linda Hurlqr, Treasurerg M1-X5 jane Haa'a'en, Adoz'5or,' Laarene Hanseng Nonaoee Buffs, Hzisforzan. 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Umpire, Rich Cadiz, calls Milner "safe" as john Crcwotta 0 looks on with approval. r ,V I rf 'fQ.4hj,A?,,aQ1z.,i.,2 .1 ,..11'tj2jsA.Z, A 1, , ef f' ii "ti 'iti , ' 0 ff 4 i iwfe, 'in i .,., A ,Bieffe ' t f OW 'wi l' , X. W Zi ff ,J e. ' ' " A X 11' fe. f 'FM ' R ...i f 4 :,. K ,Y fff fe 4 ' fl? 3717? . V MffmW.".A.,7 ,Ak ,fp , gig' Jjf . , 5,7 ,jf ggyyw .tl .gy A Z, f 25? . ' f 1 2 ' f 4 ff? ' x I .. ,, . , A Z.. ty .1 , .. . . i i .1 ' 1 . W ', i f - e. et ,. , eff' 'VH .-'- cf 'Ti ff f f - 1'- " f a, ' f" , ,I -211.-ie 5 s Q ,V Q . - 1 f ..., ' in iiii it V. .A I I .f ...V ' af , f ff 4, ff!!! ,M Z5 ffafgfjff WV fix!! weft! yi, ee 7 f aeetetf Program Council: 1962- 1963 The Program Council of 1962-1963 consisted of six committees rather than the ten that administered pro- gramming last year. These were: Art, Film, Library, Music, Public Relations and Recreation. Through the combined efforts of eager chairmen and interested staff the Program Council had an active year of programming, initiating several events which they hope will become traditional. The Council offered not only in- teresting art exhibits, .an excellent film series, carefully- selected books and records and indoor sports tournaments, but also sponsored an Open House, a folk-singing group and Max Morath, rag-time pianist. In December a Christmas Decorating Contest was held, also that month several members attended the region eight ACU Confer- ence at Iowa State. The Hrst annual Colorado Ski Trip came in January and in February, another first, a C'Hoot- enannyv, a party given for committee members and staff. In the remainder of the academic year the Program Council presented an All Student Art Show, sponsored and executed the annual Bum Friday Dance and made plans for expanded summer programming. Plans for the future may be made in a cooperative effort with the ASA. However Program Council is certain that its services to the students can only increase in scope and interest. PROGRAM CoUNc1L MEMBERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: Karen Peter- son, Sue Ellemaker, Carnegie, Dave Kasper, Bi!! Teiwes, Linda Sprague and Toni Wagner. O F F I C E R S Toni Wagner, Linda Sprague .......... Art and Exhibits Dave Kasper ................ ............. F ilms Sue Ellemaker ................ ......... L ibrary Nancy Colly, Carole Brentson .................. Music Susan Hogg ,................. ...,. P ublic Relations Judy Carnegie, Bill Teiwes .... ......,. R ecreation Max Morath, ragtime ,bz'anz'st, delzghted Ulf. C. students with his irnprornlbtu coneertizing. Q , ' i V' Y ---Y i l l l 1 l l l i i "Leis see, Bob, when Ijrull the cora' this wayhyour hanclgoes up" l . . . says Karen Peterson, as usual, pulling strings . . . Eel Barth, Unzizierszly Center Director. . . in a gesture of clefeal. Center Board The Center Board is the governing body ofthe Center' lt sets the policies, approves the Centerls program, deter, mines the budget and acts in an advisory capacity to the Center director. The Board, composed of students, faculty members, alumni and several ex-ofhcio members, the Dean of Students, Bursar, Acting Director of Develop- ment and the Center Staff, works during the year as the chief instrument used in Center planning. STANDING: Charles Linn, Meldon Kirk, Dean Wheadon Bloch, Dr. jack Wells, Tom johnson, Gene Mueller, Rick Nash. SEATED: Ecl Barth, jane F. Haa'a'en, Paul Christiansen, Pal Ackerman, Hugh Hass, Susan Duncan, Siclney Ekblaw, Rita Norton, Carnegie. 3? Ei l l Q ll l 5 i l 2 l l Y ,ei .er- the llty the Op- the floch, Pat R ita Psi Chi BACK Row, LEFT TO RIGHT! Edgar C. Russell, David Dodd, Robert M. Cristal, Louis A. Fraas, President. SECOND Row: Mrs. john S. Bowdidge, Harold Koch, Richard Knight, Teddi Kern, Secretagf. FRONT ROW: Lawrence L. Shrout, Ross Pendergast, Ron Zolotor, Treasurer. Geology and Geography Club BACK Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dr. S. E. Ekblaw, Richard Wilen, james Crowlgf, Rob- ert Fuller, Charles Whitconib, A. C. Lubberts, john Thomas, Renny Nichols, Dr. E. Parizek. FRONT ROW: jim Fisher, Sandra Benvenutz, Treasurer, Cynthia Hinman, Secretapg Charles Rucker, President, Robert Zook, Vice-President, john Craootta, Bruce Arnett. 201 fi. tS,.,122Ei2e. ...ehswrw l I ' :vsp iv., .Q As, xg,-,W ., ,,,, X , ,-,, ,, , , , E A A .. "' -" "N" ' X ASNE 555:55 X. 'T is WT i-'AES . ' T'i'i. Tig'-", . . .. f 1:5 A ' 'TM , L , , X , . . .N .. . ,N , X . , : 7 ws 4 ,,.4':, :zzz Vagas 45, ' Z, rw' ug, ,IQ ,wg-.,QfQ4Q 4,51..J,54gf,f,,5Z,,Q,,,If zisgwnl-WwwWzwygwh5Awxr-E 2 M U ,i .V W. ,, V .5 X fi S w ? XX The Political Scene gn V ,ff frfy ,jf f, 0,1 Mfg , -f,, , t 'f U ef f f M, , ff , 4' A I "NX ,eye J Dx ' fffffe f ' f "ef f ,f 5 ,I MDG , ,, f' ff, K , X VV 4 f ' e f f ,,f ff Wz'nnz'ng eana'1'a'ate, Bill Isenhour, delivers his speech pr ASA PVf5lA0'ff'YQ'- Ballot counters are so 'fzendhff' Olbloosz' speech. ng cana'z'a'ate, john Heatherzngton, elelzoering his election At the polls, voting was conducted in an organigeo' a1zflefhf'1'fV1l manner. 'lsaf' Vh..,,,. W1 ..,, , I French Club LEFT TO RIGHT: jan Carol McQuerU2, William L. Crain Helen L. Mz'tohell, Betgf Hope Corbz'n,. William G. Dzoos, Phillzlb L. Marcus, Marz'anne Herleman. German Club BACK Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ronald Tzllmon, Volkmar Mar- Emf, Wayman Malolle, Wz'llz'am Anderson, joseph Manlzgf, Randolph Rod ers. FRONT Row: Grace Hoelzel, Nong: Waspz' . 3 J Harrzel Fram, Renata W Mcgfer faa'oz'sorj, james joyee, Larq Zolotor. V ezefll 'fn The Society for the Advancement of Management BACK Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Steve Bird, Dave Hills, Pantelis T johnson. FRONT ROW: Dick Halliburton, Denny Volal, Largl Ifirkhart. Young Republicans LEFT TO RIGHT: Nelson Adams, Publiciyz Chaz'rman,' T002 Wz'lb1, Presz'a'ent,'j0e Manlljy, Vice-Presidentg Bob Day, Treasurer E c I I s r I C I I I f C C L. i I C x I f i Y I C f s U1 fd fm, W X , 4 fix + fl at WW ff VA- - f - - -'.L- fnnnmmww-X-wmmgsmnul'WEwmwvirggygxyyiyma-5-5gE?ZUQ1 fQQ-,map University Merger Announced At an all-school convocation on April 30, President Scofield announced that by july 1, 1963, the University of Kansas City would no longer exist. It will become the University of Missouri at Kansas City. Although students had various views of this afhliation, there was an over- whelming opinion to the effect that this was the wisest move for the University to make. Dr. Scofield stated that lastjuly he realized that a merger was necessary. Fund drives, no mater how suc- cessful they mlight be, could never be substantial enough to allow the University to continue operating without mortgaging all of its facilities. By 1964 the budget would have carried a deficit of 152,100,000 and this deficit would amount to 154,900,000 by 1969. 'flnstructors will lose no academic freedomf' President Scofield said. 'fAn expanded building program will go into effect, more scholarships will be available, and I feel that future University standards will go up.'i President Scofield stated that there would be no tuition changes next year, but that tuition fees would decrease in the following two years. The University of Kansas City does not need to lose its independence or its status. The new structure of the Uni- versity is analogous to that of the University of California and U C LA U K C has everything to gain by this merger There will be new growth and with growth Students packed Pierson Halt to hear President Sefmelaps announce- ment fyfthe approaching merger. ,- Tom asufef- comes change but any changes that occur will lead to future progress and accomplishments that could not other wise have been expected Unzverszgi Trustees in con erenee john Morgan S660Hd' VON? W is Chairman o the Board In the interests o higher education the Unzverszgf o Kansas C191 can no longer remain a private institution A .Aff 4 -64N Q 2+ Aww- 4 X, A f S W, f x Q2 .,. New I t H . fm' , A 'ffl-Lw,5110RD1:12xJF1 a Y 1 gi N 1 1 i 4 I 1 i X I 1 1 ug.,-X...- The Pla house R119 that cloth. . . 14. -X! X, !..r,-V 1, ,v ' -' 1, 4 2 f 1 .A .. h.,- fx -3.- Xx.. ,lg .,. U. , lx -4. X , ,-K ... ' ' 3' f . ui, .. Q E 4 L A . .- 1.2 - ,, .5 in if, .". NJ v, . gm 1 .L, -' L - X 3 ,Q . 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Since their selection at the U.K.C. auditions on January 13, the energetic quartet had been preparing for their television debut on the General Electric College Bowl. Emerging as winners in the local competition were Elbert Hayes, team captain and specialist in science, Phil Marcus in literature, Alvin Easter in history, and Bill Williams in Art. The intensive "boning" required for their sched- uled appearance on the nationally televised show required additional specializations for the four competitors. Hayes concentrated on music, Marcus volunteered to do research in the area of sports, Easter turned to his avocation of cinema history, Williams become the team expert in geog- raphy as well as nursery rhymes-a recurring area of questioning on the College Bowl. Fortified with diligent research and frequent rehearsals the team delighted fellow-students and Kansas City fans as they turned back the Norwich team by a final score of 190-135. President ScoHeld announced to the student body that the College Bowl triumph had added 151,500 to the Uni- versity's scholarship fund. Returning to New York to defend their title, the "champs" faced a formidable team of Challengers from Wake Forest College. The second game saw the U.K.C.'s team trailing badly at half-time. However, the team made a spirited revival in the second period as they displayed the mental acuity and fast recall which had won them acclaim a week earlier. The studio audience excitedly watched the scoreboard as the battle tightened. With less than five minutes to go Kansas City assumed the lead 160-155. Then the tide changed. The next toss-up ques- tion was answered by the North Carolina students. This entitled them to try for a thirty-point bonus question. When the closing whistle sounded the score was Wake Forest 265, Kansas City 215. Even in defeat Marcus, Hayes, Easter and Williams had attained one of the highest scores ever recorded on the College Bowl. The spirited though futile come-back efforts had exemplified a fine competitive drive. DR. WALTER MURRISH Forensics and Speech 212 College Bowl appearances generated school spirit on campog, Pep rallies, receptions, and telegrams attested to the tremendous local supportjhr the team. Glued to the screen, students anxiousbi watch the Bowl Teams peyformance. "What, me worgf? The Universigi cyf Kansas Cigfs first College Bowl team os. Norwich University." Cosmopolitan Club The aim ofthe Cosmopolitan Club is to create a better understanding of the cultures and customs between stu- dents of other countries at U.K.C. and students of this country. The Cosmopolitan Club sponsored a Saturday night smorgasbord designed to acquaint students with the foods of other nations. One of the highlights of the year was the Cosmopolitan Club dance. Foreign students in the area, club members, and university students, attended this interesting and unusual event. Promoting inter- national understanding through social interaction of cultures remains the Cosmopolitan Clubls ideal. FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Haley, Penny jennison, Pourri Faternz, Magi Warren, George Pobfzoides. STANDING: Marz'o Revello, Mz'ss Marz'b1n Harton, Faeulgf Ad- visor, Yvonne Nisan, Hassein Nanaie, juebf Lun.WreL Hal Fuchs, Regina Proedrou, Luis Aguirre. "Now George, keep the skirts whirling". . . Marz'b1n Harton advises George Pobfzoides. Hostesses for the International dinner: LW to right, Teh Fang, Taiwang Regina Proeelrou, Greeceg ana' L7ua'y Ti-Bii-Li, Taiwan, The Cosmopolitan Club gave Pierson Hall an international flavor with its "International Nzghtv dance. .. ,sf ,---- Q.-.,a..,,.,,:, ,,,.,..w-Mf1-- -.,- ffmwa sqs1:'mz:Am+m.swaM31 Won1en's Recreational Association A The Women's Recreational Association is the govern- ing body of intramurals for girls. This year over sixty girls participated in W.R.A. sponsored sports events. At this time we have a close race between the Chi Omega and Alpha Delta Pi for the coveted trophy that is given to the sponsoring organization of the team compiling the most points. Included in the schedule were the following sports: Bowling, volleyball, table tennis, basketball, free throw, badminton, tennis, softball and golf. Besides athletic events, W.R.A. sponsored two co-ed nights, one each semester, both proved successful and were enjoyed by our guests. Saturday, April 20, the mem- bers sponsored a Volleyball Sportsday in which different area high schools participated in a single round robin tournament, took a sightseeing tour of U.K.C.'s campus and were entertained in a talent show by their hosts. Our bowling team participated in a sportsday at Central Missouri State College, Warrensburg and brought home the first place trophy. flflickey Mantle never hit the ball quite this way! OFFICERS Judi Anderson ................... ........ P resident Snookie Woulfe. . . . . .Vice-President Carole Brentson. . . ..... Secretary Lynne Sample ......... .... T reasurer Sue Ellmaker ........... . . .Publicity Miss Murlean Simmons .... . . .Sponsor Miss Murlean Simmons, Physical Education Instructor and WfR.A. sponsor. KCUR-FM "Well, yes, you're right jennwr, it a'oes work on the same prin-' czple as the egg timer. " "FingersJ' Bahr paws the record in his inimitable sgzle. 216 Theopholus Thistle the suecesgful thistle sjter. . . , Salhi Tucker masters the finer points M Radio-Speech. Sue Sherrick plans to enrapture the FCC with her precise program logging. i x an Tucker S N w f Nz X i X ii Mx ' S X X 54 X, yswbftgg v A QIQJWV 1 y of A 1,y,,.:e 5, Q 'D Q si Qtsafeerwfswsf ' s 1-7 7'0g7'Ll77'l WWW, W W The Great Debates, Forensics, '6 In his fourth year at the University, Dr. Walter H. Murrish, Director of Forensics, fielded a team that lacked the glamorous successes of previous campaigns. With only two varsity debaters, Bill Cohen and Ed Kriss, Murrish fashioned a solid record as the University hrrnly en- trenched its national reputation in forensic circles. Included in the squadis seventeen tournament schedule were trips to the United States Air Force Academy, Red- lands, California, the United States Naval Academy, and Carbondale, Illinois. Notable successes on the schedule were achieved at Pittsburg where Bill Cohen and Bill lsenhour lsubstituting for the ailing Krissj reached the quarter-finals, and at the University of Nebraska where Cohen and Kriss reached the Hnals. Cohen and Kriss also represented U.K.C. at Kansas Universityls Heart of America tournament, Emporia, Oklahoma City, Kearney, Nebraska, Winfield, Kansas, and the West Point Regional District tournament. In addition, Murrish fielded a junior division team at Manhattan, Maryville, Rockhurst, Fayette and Fulton. Junior debaters included Ruth Mendelsohn, Barbara Henshawhlill Cibson,john Hetherington, Dennis Hen- nessey, Lizjensen, Bob England, Steve Davis andtleff Pell. In individual events, Bob England copped Radio-TV speaking at Pittsburg, and Bervin Fisher gained a supe- rior rating at Nebraska. Members of the forensic program were also given the opportunity to qualify for Pi Kappa Delta, national for- ensic honorary society. The Missouri Pi chapter is headed by Ed Kriss, president, Bill Isenhour, vice-president, Liz Jensen, secretary, and Rory Ellinger, treasurer. l A few last words and the debate is on. STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dr. Walter Murrish, Sponsor, Sallq Tucker, Steve Davis, jefPelL' Wm. C. Crawfirel President '61-'62, Ruth Mendelsohn,' Dr. Patricia Mellrath, Honoragf Member. SEATED: Edw. W Kriss, President '62-'63, Elizabeth A. jensen, Seeretapf '62 ,63,' Wm. O. Isenhour, jr., Vice-President '62-'63, R002 V Ellinger, Treasurer '62-'63. Ed Kriss and a moment fUFd6ClSZ'071 . . . Soribbled notes, an idea formulating, a new approacll...B1ll Cohen listens oarefulbz to the oppositionls ease. l i s E 5 Delta Sigma Delta Delta Sigma Delta, the first professional dental frater- nity, was founded in November of 1882. The Kansas City Chapter, the first dental fraternity at the University of Kansas City, was organized March 15, 1898. Delta Sigma Delta has initiated over 30,000 members since 1882, has over 24,000 active members, and over 14,000 life mem- bers. The Kansas City chapter is proud of its past record, having furnished leaders not only for the dental school, but for the entire University. The Kansas City Chapter is equally proud of its national ranking. It ranked ninth among the thirty-six undergraduate chapters last year. Mike Allison Louie Allred Jim Anderson Neal Bellanti Dick Bennet Gene Blackman George Blaylock Roger Bright Gary Burnridge Bob Burns 1 Mike Cassidy Hugh Clark Charles Cobb Bob Craven 2 Bill Davis Jerry Dickson ? Dennis Downey Dick Farmer Bob Groff Don Hargis Bob Hauetter Granvil Hays Sam Higdon Bob Hill Lyndal Holmes , Jack Hollingsworth Gerald Holt Frank Holtz John Hughes Pat Hutchens OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Frank Sommer President Charles Cobb Dick McKinney Vice-President Pat Hutchens Jim Anderson Secretary Bob Hauetter Louie Allred Treasurer Bob Groff Charles Cobb Historian George Myers ,, , f f . W me 1 0 - f WW f . , .wx M '5 , , 2 , ft f , fs X ,V if f , I 9 w 4 s 694 'N IX ,E , , in f ff X Q! ax ff X - 3, f it X U -ff 3 swam.. 3 218 XY H 3 I , C . . - Q PER ,bb ens :ter roff 'ers :elf N .X aww? fi aff f z , f 4 35 f ,,x Q, 4 sf 4 sf 410 KG 4 , 4 M X it iff V ff' 5 ,' . f I 42, , , W4 il 111' ' A" -'W "W """f' ""' ,gs ,V Q. Sash ,dj my mi f Hg A fx Stan llin Gene Kaufman john King Wayne Lewis Dick McKinney Max McReynolds Phil Ottinger Tony Martin Paul Medlock Bob Mohart Ray Moore George Myers Howard Nels Jay Nelson Baxter Newton Howard Pelzner Mike Pittman Paul Rabe Gene Ray Clarence Rehorn Dale Replogle Vic Rodman Bill Rudd Kerwin Russell Dick Simmons Bill Smith Don Smothers Frank Sommer Frank Spalitto Gharles Vogel Chuck Waller Dennis Wallis Don Webber Vaughn Wipf Larry Wise Stephen Zacker Dallas Ziegenhorn riffs: P V, PA VA f f Q, sf af , i f f Q 'S' 5 33 Psi Gmega The concrescence of the individuals in our University School of Dentistry and their personal segregation into fellowships creates a new maturity in professional growth. This is by no means a deprivation but rather an enrich- ment of each person through the dental fraternity. Psi Omega of the University of Kansas City is unique in its presentation of curriculum to the member, his family and colleagues. Achievement in the fraternity is stimulated by a keen interest in both professional and scholastic attainment. Our programming is devised in such a manner as to correlate text book information with the practical knowledge of everyday practice and enjoy, ment of our future careers. Although the culmination of theory and knowledge is one plateau with a subsequent practical maturity through professional educators creates an elevation to our upmost goal. The force and support by the wives of the students is made manifest in an auxiliary organization from which entertainment and educational values are derived. To the women behind the Hprophesizedl' Doctors of Dental Sur- gery of Kansas City, we take this opportunity to express humble gratitude for their sacrifice, indulgence and comfort. ' PSI OMEGA AUXILIARY BACK Row, SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Margaret Beynon, Beverbf Bresnick, Maurita Cqfee, jan Marburger, Ro Anne Brell, Corinne Bmfd, jo Ann johnson, Laurie Margolis, Debby Moses, Tam Brown, Glenda Allen. SECOND Row, STANDING: Nangf Harper, Winnie Balensewn, BACK Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: john L. Beynon, Dave Moore, Wallace B. Herren, Wrlin Balszger, Gergf R. Akers, Kenneth E. Standwr, Victor L. Andrews, George Rose, Richard L. Brown, Richard Porch. THIRD Row: Ronald D. Vincent, R. G. Falkensten, Michael Kirkpatrick, james Falkenberg, Bill Ramlow, james Byland, Melvin L. Wimmer, john Bonomo, C. R. Smith, Forrest Faul- coner, William V Brell, jr., Karl E. Wldeng, jr., Bob Simpson. Boehm Hills, jan Polzng, Dana Young, Frances Ritchey, Betgi Byland, Shirlzgi Harris, Geri Guerette, Salbf Simpson, Pudge Twyman, Charlotte Vantuyl. FIRST Row, SEATED: Gail Skinner, jzyice Taylor, joyce Wim- mer, Vice-President, jerilee Gott, Recording Secretagfg Sharon Schmitt, President, Sandra Falkensten, Treasurer, Carmel Herren, Martha Lee, Lydia Balsiger, Barbara Nichols, jeanne Ramlow. SECOND Row: Sam Hayes, Richard Nichols, Eric R. johnson, Richard Ochs, George Harper, Treasurer, Kenneth Gott, Vice- President, Paul Anderson, President, Roger Metcam Secretanig joel D. Harris, Allen Renhqljf Ronald R. Riley, Kent Twyrnan. FIRST Row: Largf Diehl, Gagi Foster, Ronald Smith, Duane O. Gustafson, Arnold Boyd, Frank Marburger, jr., Dick L. Baker, Paul G. Hills. ith my- of :nt tes s is ich the Lur- ress and ii Q ,si fill etgf 9 'udge Vim- aaron zrren, zlow. znson, Vice- etaU,' rrnan. Duanff ek L. 'kl- - -...W 5 BACK Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Eugene C. Haas, Harm L. Hampson, Pergr L. Walters, Germt Bud Merrett, Gag Shem- well, Dewq G. Ballew. MIDDLE Row: Thomas E. Storm, Sr., Dean O. Cansler, Brent L. Benkelman, Logan H. Childers, Richard L. Racette, Robert C. Beaver, Leland R. Wade, Pat Waneka, Rzl. Lannzing. Xi Psi Phi Xi Psi Phi Dental Fraternity is the largest Dental Fra- ternity on campus. This fraternity is a brotherhood of men chosen from those who have selected the practice of Dentistry for a career. Xi Psi Phi was organized for the purpose of providing 21 better, more substantial foundation on which to build 21 Successful professional life. Two of the outstanding f'Zipv social functions this year were the annual 4'Shipwreck Ball" and the Senior Dinner Dance, which honored the graduating seniors. FRONT ROW: Franklin B. Zeeca, Blake MeKz'nlQt, Sid McKnz'ght, Parlz'amentarz'an,' Peter Robinson, Edztorg Mz'ehael Koenig, Secretagzg Ralph W Lorrell, Vice-Presz'dent,' Ed Kava- naugh, President, Don Courts, Sergeant-at-Arms, james W Moore, Treasurer,'jesse G. Maz'5e. WW 1 'tv TW? ,z Qww. 7 if fi 99 H X vner, wma Bench and Robe The Order of the Bench and Robe is the honor society of the School of Law. The purpose of this organization is to give recognition to the attainment of scholarship of a superior quality by students in the School of Law. Student members must have at least a 2.0 scholastic average of their entire professional course record in the Law School and rank not lower than the highest ten percent of their class. INITIATES THis YEAR SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT Robert ay udzlh Whzltaker D0naldD Wkznstezn 1963 MEMBERS Judith C. Whittaker Robert L. jay Donald D. Weinstein Law Da William E. Billings, Executive Vice-President, Greater Cleveland Sajeyf Council, expert witness in Trajic Accident Reconstruction, moderator, Patrick D. Ifelbg and panel members, Ernest Hubbell, Richard Millsap, and Paul E. Vardeman, jr., provided one fy' the scheduled morning events. in r af! , Qr,f! .gffv " :Aw In ,I ff' , ' ' e , , , , , f, V V, X If f C X Wil bffetcmk Q i i R I fr' ' X in President Sccyield talked with the recipient zyfthe annual Law Day Awardfor 1963, judge Elmo B. Hunter zy'the Kansas City Court cy' A ppeals. NW ew 2 I E " Na we Law Day began with a senior breakfast. X 4 4 S Z! , Ms, WW X 1 4 X ' 1 Wx ,oat RL A a W1 Rc Edt A l Fre judge Irving Kaufman, cfthe U. S. Court MAppeals, Second Circuit, talked with law students at an ajernoon "bull sessionf, , 224 41: all ,', .Q 0.4, rw Day V Gourt The Student Bar Association The Student Bar Board o Governors: FRONT Row LEFT TO RIGHT: PTWSSOT Patrick Kelbr, Faeulgf Advisor, Torn Heztg Administrative Assistant, Gene Voights, Vz'ee-President, Fred Wilkins, President, Bargf Danielson, Secretary- Treasurer. BACK Row: Dick Bruening, Ben Grant, Largr jay, Tom Allen, Paul Edwards, S. Woodson Longan III. A last-minute brieying involves, LEFT TO RIGHT: Gene Voiglits Fred Wilkins, and Bargr Danielson. The Student Bar ASSOClat1OH IS composed ofthe student body of the Law School The Board of Governors 1S the student governlng body and conslsts of representatxves elected by the members of the Student Bar Assoclatlon Meetmg at least once each month the board rout1nely acts 1n the areas of finance orlentatlon of new students professlonal sem1nars speakers programs and soc1al functlons ofthe Law School In addltlon lt handles speclal programs and problems germane to the student body Hlghl1ghtS of th1s years act1v1t1es lnclude a hlghly successful Chrlstmas dance In re Noel a panel dlscus s1on of var1ous legal careers by promlnent local attorneys and Ex Cocktall Parte an xnformal student faculty party held after first semester finals However the prlmary functlon of the Student Bar Assoc1at1on 1S to prepare IKS members for the legal careers wh1ch l1e ahead by not only encouragmg them to become acqualnted w1th some of the practlcal problems w1th wh1ch they w1ll be confronted but by 1nst1ll1ng WlIl'111'1 the members a sense of professlonal respons1b1l1ty to the1r cllents and to the1r communlty It IS after all th1s sense of profess1onal respons1b1l1ty 1nst1lled whlle a student by wh1ch a lawyer and hls school Wlll ultlmately be judged Ai hi Delta Chi Phi Delta Chi was established at the University of Michigan School of Pharmacy on November 2, 1883. The Beta Epsilon chapter at UKC was the 53rd chapter to be established. Although it is the newest chapter of Phi Delta Chi, Beta Epsilon was awarded a National Achieve- ment Award last year. Beta Epsilon chapter has tried to further the professional aspirations of its members while giving them the benefits of brotherhood in a fraternal organization. In furthering an understanding with those outside pharmacy, Beta Epsilon has taken part in many school activities such as the Beauty and Beast contest and the High School Day program. Lows VV. KllHNl'II. President GFFICERS Louis Kuhnel .....,..,..,.......... .... P resident Robert Fisk .... ,.............. S ecretarv Keith Stone. . , . . .Corresponding Secretary Bobby Rice .,.. .....,,........ T reasureir Pat McGraw 4..,. . . .Sergeant-at-Arms J. Leo McMahon ................,........., Advisor l 1 Tom Blackwell Larry D. Denton Eugene Epple Robert Fisk Jay S. Gruver Larry Goldman Gordon D. Hensley Larry Hinton Gene Hudson George E. Kofller Georgej. Laing Peter M. Leodler Patrick McGraw J. Leo McMahon Derrick L. G. Morgan Lee Province Bobby R. Rice Keith Stone John Worthington H fr lent tary tary urer .rms fisor Q as " Z ' 4 , ,. If fir, I y f yf 0 fw f' 6 4' Z 1 'gf fa ? yfx f , 52 ff Wy 5 14 4 2 3 ,rf ? 3 Jo Wagner ..... Paula Mikosic. . . Barbara Murray. . . OFFICERS Mary Alice Kessler. . JO ELLEN WAGNER President . . . . .President Vice-President . . . . .Secretary . .Treasurer Ruth Beamer Helen Dischner Brenda Dull Velda Hinnen Mary Alice Kessler Barbara Murray Maurice Smith Mrs. Rost, Advisor nm-M.wg..,.., .fuse.auta.s,azfs....,sv3f,.QW-W4.yszfxmmiikf appa Epsilon Kappa Epsilon is a women's pharmaceutical fraternity organized for the purposes of bringing women in phar- macy together and promoting ethics and academic en- deavors. Thus it serves as both a social and a professional organization. This year our chapter, Omega, sponsored a province meeting for four chapters, Kansas City, Kansas University, Nebraska, and Iowa, and the alumni in our four-state province. Also, as usual, the girls held two "coffee sales", featuring coffee and home-made cookies and cakes, which are always a success with the pharmacy students. Included in the plans for spring was a picnic for the pharmacy students and their wives. l 227 fi Kappa Psi Kappa Psi is the oldest and largest professional phar- macy fraternity. It was founded in 1879 at Russell Mili- tary Academy in New Haven, Connecticut. There are now fifty-five collegiate chapters at the seventy-six schools of pharmacy in America. Gamma Theta, the local chap- ter, was chartered in 1957 and was the first pharmacy fraternity at U.K.G. Doug Adams Noel Arnold James Bendura Gary Coleman Larry Day Denham Davis Albert Durand Randy Flett Tom Frazier jon Genisio john Gessler Joe Gialde Bill Guinty Ronald Haller Sibert Hill Kenneth Hirst Larry Hodson Lowell Irminger Ron Klobe Roy Krehbiel Don Lewis Hubert McClary Jim Osborn Jeff Owen james Poirier Patrick Porter Sam Strada Tom Todd George Underw00d Norman Waitley Robert Woodsmall ta 1 is d TI' it 1 ger -l Ilary CI' CI' lerWO0d iitley Jdsrrlau 1 -,W - f ,,,, W W , W .... ..,,,,, A aa. .,... ,,.,,,,L.....,,zwW,,.,,, we ,., . ,WM M, ., W Rho Chi Rho Chi, the National Honor Society in the field of Pharmacy, was founded in 1922. The Alpha Omega Chapter was established at the University of Kansas City in 1954. Membership is based on scholarship and high personal qualifications. Rho Chi aims to acquaint the student with the professional aspects of pharmacy and to point the way to instructive study and research in this field. The society strives to make its members better pharmacists and citizens. Guest speaker at the Rho Chz znztzatzon banquet was Mr Duane R Nedrua' assoezale pro essor 0 law at UK C iv "s.amAGHi'2142!E?:L:EJSCw--M ,. weeos:eerf:Qs,um..?.Q',3LeQ. Y BACK Row LEFT TO RIGHT Wzllzarn j Rost Maurzeee Smzzfh Patrzek B McGraw Leland aekson j Leo McMahon and Vernon A Green FRONT Row o Wagner Charles Schroeder Barbara Murray Lyle Wzllets ana' Kaneo Hzrano At the Rho Chz banquet LEFT TO RIGHT Mrs Ezsenbrandt Dean Ezsenbrandt Mr Duane Nedrud Mrs McMahon and M j' Leo McMahon ny e .Q 1-9 se kt? ii' .--fz sk- z. ll i ss. W sys fssess The American Pharmaceutical Association The American Pharmaceutical Association QA. Ph. AJ is the governing body of the School of Pharmacy. Char- tered in 1947, it was the first national professional organi- zation at U.K.C. All full-time students in the School of Pharmacy are members ofthe association. The national convention of the A. Ph. A. was held in Miami, Florida, May 12-17. U.K.C. sends an oflicial delegate and alternate-delegate each year to this annual affair. The regional VI meeting was held in Lawrence, Kansas, at the School of Pharmacy of Kansas University. It, too, was attended by many U.K.C. students. The A. Ph. A. has monthly meetings, at which time the business for the group is taken care of and special pro- grams are presented. These programs are held in an attempt to bring the students in contact with the vital issues within the profession of pharmacy and also to bring the students up to date on campus activities. Several speakers throughout the school year were presented. These included Dean Bloch, who discussed 'cThe Role of the Professional Schools on a University Campuswg Mr. Henry Stienhaus, R.Ph., who spoke on "The Professional Fee Concept of Prescription Pricing", and Dean Robin- son, who discussed "F1uoridation of Public Drinking Waters." Socially, the A. Ph. A. sponsors an annual Christmas Dance for the School of Pharmacy. In the spring, the students have a dinner-dance in cooperation with the Alumni Association of the school. This is in honor of graduating seniors and completes a school year which has been full of activities. JIM OSBORN BUD WENDLING PfCSidCIlt Vice-President TOM FRAZIER Student Council Representative "Kaur road to good health is through your pharmacist." This was the theme Fr National Pharmagz l44:ek, October 7-13. Barbara Murpf and jo Wagner served as co-chairmen qffve cornmittees in charge M the week's activities. This display appeared in the Student Center and was entered in the National Contestfir the Schools cy'PharmaQ1 throughout the United States. BERT MCCLARY MAURIECE SMITH Treasurer Corresponding Secretary LION GENISIO Student Council Representative I was bam ttees z the r the Sigma Alpha Iota Since the founding ofthe first chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota at the University of Michigan in l903, Sigma Alpha Iota has grown from seven members to over 35,000 mem- bers with 129 college and 90 alumnae chapters, making it the largest professional womenls music sorority. The purpose of Sigma Alpha Iota is to form chapters of women music students to uphold the highest ideals ofa musical education, to raise the productive musical work among women students, to further the development of music in America, to give inspiration to its members, to co-operate wholeheartedly with the ideals and aims of the Alma Mater, and to adhere to the highest standards 1 9 l i I of American citizenship and democracy. This year, seven of the actives from Tau Sigma chapter were able to attend the National Convention of Sigma Alpha Iota in Chicago. Each year scholarships are awarded not only to members of the chapter, but also to unafliliated women music students. To raise money for its scholarships, Tau Sigma chapter presented james Mathis, pianist, in concert. In co-operation with the Music Department of the Board of Education of the Kansas City Public Schools, Tau Sigma presented fgur television programs on Channel.19, educational television, One of the aims ofthe national fraternity is to further the music of American composers. To fulhll this aim, the active and alumnae chapters of Kansas City presented a program of American Music in the spring. Valda Barger joan Barkley Linda Boschert Maribeth Call Sharon Eckart Mrs. Catherine Farley Ardis Cant Itsu Katooka Glenda Kerr Catherine Spalding Mary Ellen Sutton Ila Swanson Dorothy Truitt Linda Williams Louise Zirul I l 7-11T . u hi Epsilon Mu Phi Epsilon is a National Professional Music Sorority. It was founded at the Metropolitan College of Music in Cincinnati, Ohio, on November 13, 1903. Since that time it has expanded to include 88 collegiate chapters and 68 alumnae chapters. It became international on November 13, 1962, with the installation of a chapter at Philippine Women's University, Manila, Philippine Islands. Alpha Kappa Chapter was installed on November 13, 1959, upon the merger of Mu Delta Chapter at the Con- 1'- :'.g f'2 5 .i1'1' s.,,-'.::::.:-" 7- '-::?, ries? X ,X vs V f f X 9 ,W ' f ry? 4 1' ff f A ,MA yt X aww f W Mt A fwf ,s ,S f y ,f men, 5.fg,s,fs,y mfr 3 WK fe' Qs sf - 7, W7-M. A if 1 9 fb 4 Y iwvf Q 7 I Qffysfsgy ' f I f X V I J sf ix A , f Ujfyf Qgwb gg f effff y 5 Q Q f A , f , f K sm .kr 45 , f fi, fy A14 4 41 3 f f , ci . QW E ffifii it servatory of Music and Phi Phi Chapter at the University of Kansas City. Election to Mu Phi Epsilon is based upon scholarship, musicianship, character, and personality. Those eligible for membership are music majors or minors enrolled as candidates for a degree who have attained second semester freshman standing, graduate students, and faculty mgm, bers, The aims and purposes of the sorority are the ad. vancement of music in America, the recognition and promotion of musicianship and scholarship, loyalty to the Alma Mater, and the development of a true sister- hood. Its members are active in all phases of campus life, including the Dean's List, Delta Alpha Senior Woments Honorary Society, the student council, the U-News, and editorship of the yearbook. y Jo Ann Baker Lieuween Chase Joyce Dille Linda Herrin Nancy Kinnamon Judith Otten Betsy Pearman Irene Rice Ardeena Smith Lynda Smith Becky Thompson 1 Bettye Sue Volkart Anita Weber 1 r f 1 Honors Day The chosen ones honored students awaited announcements l w v with anticipation. is ww N X X iff!! J X fyy X IW ffff e Jef fig! 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Mz'ss Donna Rolznzng is crowned the new Bum Friday Queen as the res! cyftlze royalgf look on. Inhabitr will rlz prize- LL f'Utl1a in the lt A -or Z, 4 QM., it Z .Af 1 f ,ii 5 'h Zz.. o "x l - ,Zfiib ... , L ,..,.,., , ., I 0 f' V24 ,timer 2.42 I4-WK WWW ,-,, Sl 4x ,f .flak I , f ' gp . .. - ,WW ' 1' 1 5 1 3 "The Golden Boyy' and "The Kidfrorn Kansasv look on gtecjfutbt as "The County fGeorge Reaj lines up his next shot. 15,4 The end foboious to atlj fja great skit pewirnied oy the members zyfTau Kappa Epsilon. du I If X I ,ef Hurpi up and pitch it in there kid. T've gotta study Physica! Science. It's also Bum Friday for the director and assistant director tjthe center as they peddlefuriousbr in the biqcle race. ji!! Edmission says goodbye to it all as the Chi Ornegas "think pinkn during the skit contest. 242 Q L ,Mf- Sen ACKERM Ford Cents ALLEN, Dean ALLENa Amer Pharl ANDERS Xi Ps ARCHER Dean BARBIEJ Ame: BARGEF Cons Cons Delta Sigrr from Scho BENDUJ Ame Chat BERN, Torc Pres cilm man Rep Cori Boa Hig BLOUIN Dea Secl BRAMT TA Arr tion BRANI Xi BRUEP Law H15 Pla BUTL1 Vic ars Pre Stu , Wi Mc De 2 E -Q Sv '5- Senior Summaries ACKERMAN, PAT-AVIS and Sciences Ford Foundation Scholarship, two years, Secretary, Center Board. ALLEN, MARK LINDSAY-Dentistgf Dean's List, Xi Psi Phi. AL LEN, PHILLIP J.-Pharmaq American Pharmaceutical Association, Missouri Pharmaceutical Association, Phi Delta Chi. ANDERSON, JOHN B.-D671fl'Sf7j1 Xi Psi Phi, Newman Club. AR CHER, JERALD J.-Dentistgz Dean's List, Omicron Kappa Upsilon. BA RBIERI, SAMUEL J.-Pharmagz American Pharmaceutical Association, Kappa Psi. BARGER, VALDA-Conservatogf cy' Music Conservatory Student Council, President-Secretary, Conservatory Representative to All-Student Association, Delta Alpha, President, Torch and Scroll, Dean's List, Si ma Al ha Iota Vice President' Sword of Honor sical S P , ' , from Sigma Alpha Iota, Verna Spangler Memorial Scholarship, Conservatory Women's Scholarships. Nh BENDUREMIAMES D.-Pharmaqf 6 American Pharmaceutical Association, Kappa Psi, "think B Chaplain, Missouri Pharmaceutical Association. BERN, ROGER-ATlS and Sciences Torch and Scroll, Omicron Delta Kappa, Dean's List, President, Young Democrats, Arts and Sciences Coun- cilman, Arts and Sciences Vice-President, Co-Chair- man Spring Leadership Conference, Arts and Sciences Representative to A.S.A., Member Student-Faculty Committee on use of University Facilities, Publications Board, NSA Committee, Orientation Committee, High School Day. , LOUNT, BYRL, JR.-Dentistgf Deanis List,.Omicron Kappa Upsilon, Xi Psi Phi, Secretary-Treasurer Senior Class. BRAMMAN HENRY A.-Pharmac , J' TAU, Kappa Epsilon, Social Chairman, Sergeant-at- Arms, Kappa Psi, American Pharmaceutical Associa- tion, Missouri Pharmaceutical Association. BRAND, RICHARD WILLIAM-Dentistgf , BRUENING, RICHARD P.-Law .1 ,,,,,,.3,, V m.' W. A ff 'fe W 1 Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. Law Review, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Delta Phi, Historian, Student Bar, Board of Governors, Chairman Placement Committee, Election Commissioner. BUTLER PHILLIP RULE-Conservatog cyfMusz'c 1 Mg, ,Nl F . ,Y Z A 2 . f, 1 A A ' x K 1 5 Y free'-31. Victoi' Wilson Scholarship, WOmen'S Committee Schol- arship, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, President, Conservatory Student Council, Conservatory Student Council Representative, HMerry Wives of Windsor", NOF Thee I Sing", '4GOldilocks',, '4Tl1C Mediumw, 1'Vanessa'i, MMarriage of Figarowg 1'Tl1C Devil and Daniel Webster." 1 BUTTS, NONAVEE-Ea'ucalz'on Treasurer, School of Education, Student Council Historian, Teachers Now Training, Ford Foundation Scholarship, 1961-62, 1962-63, Chi Omega Alumni Scholarship, 1962-63, Chairman of Outstanding Stu- dent of School of Education Award, 1962. CAIN, STEVE B.-Dentistgf Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. COOPER, RICHARD L.-Dentistgf Psi Omega Fraternity. COOKSON, GRANT T.-Dentzstgf Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. CRAWFORD, WILLIAM CARL-Arts and Sciences Dean's List, Sertoma Scholarship, Resident Fellowship, U.K.C. Scholarship, U.K.C. Debater ofthe Year 119611, Charter President Pi Kappa Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice-President, President of Arts and Sciences Council, A.S.A. Council, Pre-Law Club, Young Demo- crats, Varsity Debater. DAJANI, ESAM-Phdfmdlijl American Pharmaceutical Association, Missouri Phar- maceutical Association. D'ARCY, HENRY WISE 'KSANDYH-Business Dean's Honor Roll, Society for the Advancement of Management, President All Student Business Associa- tion, Business School Representative, Student Council, Business School Representative, Center Board, Business School Representative, Program Council. DAVIS, WILLIAM-Pharmagf American Pharmaceutical Association, Kappa Psi. DE BITETTO, GEORGE L.-Law Phi Alpha Delta, Vice-Justice. DILLE, JOYCE ANN-Conservatopz jMusz'c Deanis List, Delta Alpha, U.K.C. Scholarships, Mu Phi Epsilon Scholarships, Womenis Committee Scholar- ships, Groller Foundation Scholarships, ccTaming of the Shrew", A Capella Choir, Heritage Singers, Madrigal Singers, Mu Phi Epsilon, Vice-President, Correspond- ing Secretary, Alumnae Secretary. DIXON, W. N.,jR.-Dentistgz Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. DUNCAN, SUSAN-A rts and Sciences President Chi Omega, Senior Pan-Hellenic Representa- tive, Vice-President, Center Board, Program Council, Chairman, Treasurer, Arts and Sciences Council, Young Democrats, WRA, Pep Club, U-Center Delegate Region 8 ACU Convention, CO-Chairman Social Com- mittee, Student Council, Director-Producer All Uni- versity Talent and Variety Show, Skit and Talent Show Chairman, Bum Friday, "Beauty,, of Beauty and Beast Dance' First Princess, Winter Carnival, Chi Omega Delegate to National Convention, Sorority Public Service Award. EARNSHAW, GEORGE WILLIAM-Law Phi Alpha Delta-. ELLINGER, RORY VINCENT-A its and Sciences University Scholarship Nominee, Woodrow Wilson and Danforth Fellowships, Deanls List, Pi Kappa Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa, Missouri Champion College Debate Junior Division, Newman Club, President, History and Government Club, Debate Team, Intra- mural Sports, U-News, Freshman Orientation, Young Democrats, Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Central States Province Newman, Vice-President National Newman Club Federation. ENGELHARDT, MAX-Arts and Sciences Victor Wilson Scholarship, Dean's Honor Roll, Torch and Scroll, Honorary Math Society, Track Letterman, Cross-Country Letterman, Vice-President Lettermanls Club, President Math Club. EPPINGER, HOWARD K.-Dentistgz Xi Psi Phi, Class Treasurer, 1959. EPPLE, EUGENE-Pharmagu Phi Delta Chi, Secretary, Past Vice-President, Phi Delta Chi, American Pharmaceutical Association, Missouri Pharmaceutical Association. ERDMAN, BERNARD PAUL'-A rts and Sciences Alpha Epsilon Pi, President, Inter-Fraternity Council, Secretary. FARHA, KENNETH F.-Dentistpf Dean's List, Xi Psi Phi. FERRIER, DAVID-PhdTmdLj2 Kappa Psi, Athletic Director 1962, Missouri Phar- maceutical Association, American Pharmaceutical Association. FOSTER, S. DENNIS-Phd7md6y American Pharmaceutical Association, Intramural Sports. FRANCO, PAUL-D6HlZ'Sf7j2 President, Senior Class, President, Executive Council, Xi Psi Phi. GALLIPEAU, CHARLES ALLEN-Law Deanfs Honor Roll, Law Review Staff, Obiter Dicta, Editor, Delta Theta Phi. GILLAHAN, T-Dentiszgf Xi Psi Phi, Program Chairman,,,Freshman Dental Laboratory Assistant. GOODRICH, MYRNA LEE-Education Student Publications Award 1961, Student Participa- tion Award 1962, Teachers Now Training, President, Vice-President, Secretary, Publicity Chairman, Secre- tary, Publications Board. GORDON, ALLEN-Phdfmddy Missouri Pharmaceutical Association, American Phar- maceutical Association. GRUVER,JAY S.-Plzcmnagi American Pharmaceutical Association, Missouri Phar- maceutical Association, Charter Member, Phi Delta Chi, Master-at-Arms, Phi Delta Chi. if GUINAM, THOMAS J.-Law Phi Alpha Delta Fraternity. GUINN, DON LUIS-Arts and Sciences Victor Wilson Scholarship, Dean's List, Bum Frida, Skit, Delta Chi, Sergeant-at-Arms, Sports Captatnl, German Club, Geology-Geography Club. ' GUNDERSON, JOYCE-A rts and Sciences Dean's Honor Roll, Torch and Scroll, Knights Tem- plars Scholarship, Cartoonist U-News, Orientation Committee, Student Secretary, Placement Ofliget Stu- dent Association, Art Department, Young Republicans. HAAS, EUGENE C.-Denlistgf. Xi Psi Phi, Newman Club. HAss, HUGH SHELTON-A its and Sciences B.A. in General Engineering, Victor Wilson Scholar, ship, Deanls List, Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer, Vice, President, Pledge Trainer, President, Tau Kappa Epsi- lon, Social Chairman, Secretary, Sitler Award for Gut, Standing Active, Red Carnation Chairman, University Center Dance Committee, Center Board, President- Beauty and Beast Dance Chairman, University Pari ticipation Award. HABERKORN, FLOYD-Education Vice-President, Teachers Now Training, Torch and Scroll, Ford Scholarship, Dean's List, German Club, HALLIBURTON, RICHARD F.-Business Dean's List, Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment, Pre-Law Club, Nu Rho Psi, Chairman of Membership Committee, Spanish Club, Victor Wilson Scholarship. HAMILTON, JOEL-Dentistpw Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. HARGRAVE, RALPH DICKSON-Dentistgz Xi Psi Phi, Tau Kappa Epsilon, American Dental Association, Bushwacker Ball. HEAVNER, BRUCE GRAHAM-Law Dean's Honor Roll, Law Review,- Editor, Honor Board judge, Phi Delta Phi, Magister, Torch and Scroll. HENSLEY, GORDON DEANE-Pharmagf American Pharmaceutical Association, Phi Delta Chi, Secretary, Missouri Pharmaceutical Association. HERNANDEZ, JOE L.-D67llZiSl7j1 Xi Psi Phi, Newman Club. HERREN, WALLACE B.-Dentistgz Jim Carter Award, Leon Kramer Award, Psi Omfiga, Treasurer, 1961-62, President, 1962-63. HIGGINS, RONALD C.-Dentislgz Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. HILLS, PAUL G.-Dentistpf Psi Omega Fraternity. HINMAN, CYNTHIA ELIZABETH-A rts and Sciences Geology-Geography Club, Secretary, Dormitory Coun- cil, Cosmopolitan Club, Round-the-World Tour Gr0UP- HOLT, NORMAJEAN-ATfS and Sciences Associate Arts Degree, History St Government Club? Psi Chi: Young Democrats, Teachers Now Training- L ck' HOUTC Phi HOYNI Dea Soci HUGH: Am' mac HUMB Twc Cot mitt HUMN Phi Ma HURL Sec Tea Elep All JACKSI Am der Mi: JAY, I Ori Ho Exc JOHNS Ne' JOHNS Cla 196 196 JOHN! De JONES T01 JONES Xi JULIA De Th KALL To De KEEI He KELI ,Ka So Dc me KIRK Psi LANS Xi 'Q 1 Zaptalri, its Tern- entation ice, Stu- ublicang, Scholar- er, Vice- Ipa Epsi- for Out- 'niversity resident, sity Par- nrch and an Club. Manage- .rman of Jr Wilson n Dental Ior Board croll. Delta Chi, on. si omega, :ur GFOUP - if is Ieni Clubl 'raining' HOUTCHENS, RICHARD K.-Law Phi Delta Phi Fraternity. HOYNE, THOMAS T-Dentzistq Dean's List, Psi Omega, Kansas City Archaeological Society. HUGHES, LOREN M.-Pharmagf American Pharmaceutical Association, Missouri Phar- maceutical Association. HUMBARGAR, DAVID W.-Dentistgf Two Part-Time Fellowships, Dental Freshman Student Council Representative, Bushwacker Planning Com- mittee. HUMMEL, GEORGE H.-Law I Phi Alpha Delta, Justice, Vice-Justice, Treasurer, Marshal. HURLEY, LINDA-Education Secretary-Treasurer, Torch and. Scroll, Treasurer, Teachers Now Training, Ford Foundation Scholarship, Elementary Education Representative Fall Semester to All Student Association, Dean's List. JACKSON, FRED LELAND-Pharmczgf I American Pharmaceutical Association, Rho Chi, Presi- dent, Senior Class President, Pharmacy School, Missouri Pharmaceutical Association. JAY, ROBERT L.-Law J, A A Order of Bench :and Robe, Law Review Staff, Deamnis Honor Roll, Student Bar Association, Phi, Delta,Phi, Exchequer. i JOHNSON, MICHAEL G.-D6HfZ.S.l7j1 V i Newman Club, President 1962, Xi Psi Phi. JOHNSON, THOMAS GOULD-Dentislgf ' ' , . ' Class President, 1959-60, ,Vice-President Center Board, 1961-62, Center Board Representative of Dental School, 1962-63, Xi Psi Phi. ' JOHNSON, WAYNE R.fLawii Delta Theta Phi Fraternity. J- , JONES, MARY JANE-E6Z'UCdfZ'Q7l A . Torch and Scroll, Ford Foundation SchOlarship.,,, Z JONES, S. MEIGS,JR.--DGHIZJSIU A Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. J V , . JULIAN, GERALD-Dentistgf . fi It Dean'S List, Omicron Kappa Upsilon, Omega Delta Theta, Chi Omega. 5 V KALLAI, BIRGITTE T-Arts ana',Scz'ence5 - . - Torch and Scroll, 1962, Phi Theta Kappa, 1960, Dean's List. , . KEELER, HENRY A.-Law 3 l ' Head Resident, Men's Residence Hall, Phi Delta Phi. KELLER, CARL L., JR.-Arts and Sciences . Kangaroo Business Manager, Copy Editor, Missouri Society of Certified Public Accountants Scholarship, Dean's List, Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment, Vice-President, Nu Rho Psi, Treasurer. I KIRKPATRICK, MICHAEL K.-Dentisty - Psi Omega Fraternity. I LANNING, RICHARD M.-Dentistgf Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. -ffasu.. LARSON, JUDITH ANNE-Education Dean's List, Torch and Scroll, Ford Foundation Scholarship, Scholarship Award, Participation Award, University Center Board, Program Council, Teachers Now Training, President, Secretary, Young Republi- cans, University Kansas City Glee Club, Orientation Committee. LEODLER, PETER M.-Pharmagf Phi Delta Chi, Treasurer 1962-63, American Phar- maceutical Association, Missouri Pharmaceutical Association. LERNER, JANET DEBORAH-Education Ford Foundation Scholarship, Torch and Scroll, Teachers Now Training. LINNETT, ROGER GEORGE-Education J Ford Foundation Scholarship, Torch and Scroll, Vice- President, A.S.A., Publications Board, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pledge Trainer, Co-Chairman Orientation Week, Dorm Counsellor, U-News Copywriter for Lenny's. MABE, ROY K.gDentz'st01 Q Omicron Kappa Upsilon, Delta Sigma Delta. MANFORD, DONALD LEE-Law i Obiter Dicta, Assistant Editor, Kangaroo Staff, Delta Theta Phi, Dean. MARTEL, CHARLES-Pharmaq American Pharmaceutical Association, Missouri Phar- maceutical Association, Kappa Psi, Rho Chi. , MCANEAN, JON TOM-Dentistgf Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. MCCLENDON, EARL H.fDen!z'stU1 Xi Psi Phi, Vice-President, 1961-62. MCMILLAN, GEORGE R.-Dentistgl Psi Omega Fraternity. ,. MCPHERRoN,JERRoLD A.-Arts and Sciences ,V Dean's List, Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment, Business School Officer. MILLER, IRVING-Conservatogf QfMusic - Trombone Instructor, Conservatory of Music, Kansas City Philharmonic, Kansas City Lyric Theatre Orchestra., 1 , .I , MILLER, KENNETH E.-Dentistgf A Psi Omega Fraternity. MILLER, LOWELL-Education Ford Foundation Scholarship. MUELLER, GENE A.-Arts ana' Sciences ' Councilman-at-Large, Arts and Sciences Secretariat, A.S.A. Representative, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sergeant- at-Arms, Vice-President, Pledge Trainer, All-Star Intramural Football Team, Sergeant-at-Arms, History and Government Club, Wrestling, Menis Intramural Association, Ford Foundation Scholarship, U-News Circulation Manager, Chairman, Speakers. Committee, A.S.A., Representative at'Large, Center Board, 'Uni- versity Bowling League, Secretary. NASH, PATRICK JAMES-Arts and Sciences Student Council, Vice-President, President, Arts and Sciences Representative to Student Council, President of Arts and Sciences, Chairman, U-Center Film Com- mittee, Pep Club, Pep Band, Student Council Com- mittees, University Center Committees, Master of Ceremonies for Dances, Men's Intramural Association, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Rush Chairman, Pledge Trainer, Vice-President, President, Representative from Student Council to University Alumni Board, Tau Kappa Epsilon Pledge Scholarship Trophy, U-News Business Manager, High School Day Committee and EmCee, Orientation Committee and Co-Chairman Orientation Dance, Victor Wilson Scholarship, Participation Award, Student Admissions Counselor, First Place, Fall Talent Show, Bum Friday Talent Show, Secretary, Inter-Fraternity Council, People-to-People Delegate to Jefferson City Conference, Co-Chairman, 1962 Spring Leadership Conference, Men's Glee Club, Association of Collegiate Press Convention Delegate, Pre-Law Club' 7 Center Board, Extra Curricular Policy Committee' Ugly Man on Campus, 1962, Representative to Nai tional Inter-Fraternity Council, Omicron Delta Kappa. ONTMAN, MARILYN-AVIS and Sciences Deanls Honor Roll, all semesters, Torch and Scroll, Browning Award, Sigma Tau Delta, Secretary- Treasurer, President, Spanish Club, Vice-President Women's Residence Hall. NICKELL, MAURICE C.-Dentistgi Dean's List, Omicron Kappa Upsilon. O,NEIL, JACK R.-Dentistgi Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. OSBORN, VERNON EUGENE-Dentistgi Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. OSTERFOSS, DONALD C.-Dentistgi Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. OTTAWAY, LESTER A.-Dentistpf Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. PATRICK, PAMELA-EdUC6llZ'07Z General University Scholarship, Ford Foundation Scholarship, Dean's List, Alpha Delta Pi, Historian, Reporter, WRA, Freshman Representative to Student Council, Torch and Scroll, President, Delta Alpha, Sno-Ball Queen, Chairman University Center Art Committee. PAUL, RIVERS E.-Denlistpi Dean's List. PESCETTO CHARLES F.-Phczrmac 7 J' American Pharmaceutical Association, Missouri Phar- maceutical Association, Kappa Psi. PETTIT, SHARON-Conservatogz gf Musz'c Mu Phi Epsilon Scholarship, Women's Committee Scholarship, Delta Alpha, Dean's List, Honors Day Awards, "Merry Wives of Windsor", 'cTime Remem- bered", President, Mu Phi Epsilon, University Players, University Orchestra, Choir, Madrigal Singers, Music Panhellenic Committee, Conservatory Student Council. PowERS, NORMAN WALTER-Dentistgf Psi Omega Fraternity. PROST, ROBERT JOE-D6HlZ'Si7Q1 Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. REIFSTECK, W. D.-Dentistgi Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. RICE, BOBBY BARTON-Pharmaqz American Pharmaceutical Association, Missouri Phar, maceutical Association, Phi Delta Chi, President, Treasurer. RICHARDS, DAVID K.-Arts and Sciences Phi Delta Phi Fraternity. RILEY, KENNETH R.-Denlistgi Psi Omega Fraternity. RINE, ROBERT R.-Arts and Sciences Art Club, Treasurer. ROBERTSON, CHARLES A.-Denlistgi, Xi Psi Phi, Vice-President, Senior Class, Treasurer, Executive Council. ROCHA, VICTOR M.-Law Phi Alpha Delta Fraternity. ROWLAND, JAMES A.-Dentistpi Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. RUCKER, GARY RAY-Pharmaqf Tau Kappa Epsilon, Chaplain, Kappa Psi, Student Council, Pharmacy Representative, Intramurals, Men's Intramural Activities. RUEB, MARLIN-Dentistgz U Dean's List, Omicron Kappa Upsilon, Xi Psi Chi. RUSSELL, ROBERT H. II-Arts and Sciences Young Democrats, Parliamentarian, Fencing Club, Alpha Phi Alpha, President, Men's Intramural Asso- ciation, Psi Chi. SCHOENECK, THOMAS J.-Pharmagi American Pharmaceutical Association, Missouri Phar- maceutical Association, Kappa Psi. SCHUMAN, WALTER F.-Dentistgi Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. SEUFERT, PRISCILLA-AVIS and Sciences Ford Scholarship, Member Ford Teacher Training Program, Torch and Scroll Honor Soci Now Training. SHEPARD,tJIMMIE O.-Arts and Sciences Cty, Teachers Torch and Scroll, Ford Foundation Group. SHERRICK, SUE ELLEN-Arts and Sciences f'Goldilocks7' Cast, Orientation Co-Chairman,InforIII21- tion, U.K.C. Players, Vice-President, Pledge Capt211f1S KCUR-FM Staff, U-News Reporter. SHOBE, W. RANDALL-A rcs and Sciences B.S. in Biology, Omicron Delta Kappa Epsilon, Chairman Publications Board Young Republicans, Chairman, Young Executive Board, Phi Delta Chi, Iowa Science, American Psychological Society University Scholarship, National Scienc - Tau Kappa 7 ' President of i RepublicanS Academy Of , Deanls LISIS e Foundation Undergraduate Research Participant, Teaching Assist- ant, Iowa State University. SLAYT Stuc SMITH IDe2 Del' SPALK Kat mac Clu Asa STOLL For Sigi STORN Xi STRICc Psi SUTTC Sig Cer Cit- Swisn Am mat TAGLI De: THIEI Psi THON Mt Del Pla Epi TILLE Psi WADI Xi WACI Fo WC WAGI M2 Re UC: Na Soc WACI Pu Or Trc Pre Co Scl De Or Co W1 Ca '-Q Phar- dent, surer, udent Men's ll. Club, Asso- Phar- aining achers forma- LptaIr15 S-aPPa lent Of Jlicar1S :my of 'S Listi datiorl Assist- 1'T -185- P SLAYTON, RICHARD E,-Law Student Bar Association, Phi Delta Phi. SMITH, R. VERNON-Law Dean's Honor Roll, Moot Court Finalist, Phi Alpha Delta. SPALITTO, ANTHONY JOSEPH-Pharmczgf Kappa Psi, Program Chairman 1961, American Phar- maceutical Association, Vice-President 1961, Newman Club, Vice-President 1961, Missouri Pharmaceutical Association. STOLL, MARLENE JOY-Arts ana' Sciences Ford Foundation Scholarship, Deanis Honor Roll, Sigma Tau Delta, U.K.C. Players. STORM, THOMAS E.-Dentistgi Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. STRICCA, MARIO JOSEPH-Dentistgi Psi Omega Fraternity. SUTTON, MARY ELLEN-COHS6TZ7df07j7 cfflflusic Sigma Alpha Iota, Sergeant-at-Arms, Chaplain, German Club, Secretary 1961-62, University of Kansas City Orchestra. SWISHER,.JON E.-Phczrmaq American Pharmaceutical Association, Missouri Phar- maceutical Association, Kappa Psi. TAGLIAFERRI, Gus-Dentistni Dean's List, Omicron Kappa Upsilon. TI-IIELKE, LAWRENCE BARRY-Dentistry Psi Omega Dental Fraternity. THOMPSON, BECKY-Conservalopi cfflflusic Mu Phi Epsilon Scholarship, Womenas Committee, Delta Alpha, "Of Thee I Singn, '4Ballad of Baby Doe", Players, Publications Board, Student Council, Mu Phi Epsilon, President, Treasurer, Corresponding Secretary. TILLEY, ROBERT H.-Dentistgi ' Psi Omega Fraternity. WADE, LELAND R.-Dentistni Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. WAGNER, BARBARA LEE-Educalion Ford Foundation Scholarship, A Capella Choir, Women's Glee Club. WAGNER, jo ELLEN-Pharmcigf Margaret Kemp and University Women's Scholarships, Rexall Award, Kappa Epsilon, American Pharmaceu- tical Association, Secretary, President, Chairman, National Pharmacy Week Committee, Rho Chi Honor Society, Missouri Pharmaceutical Association. WAGNER, VICRY LYNN-A715 and Sciences Publication in Number One, Sigma Tau Delta, Chi Omega, Treasurer, Torch and Scroll, Delta Alpha, Treasurer, Teachers Now Training, Secretary and Vice- President, Candlelight Ball Committee, Sno-Ball Dance Committee, Ford Program Scholarship and University Scholarship, Student National Education Association, Dean7s List, Secretary, Publicity Committee A.S.A., Orientation Group Leader, New Student Orientation, Co-Chairman, Education School Participation Award, Women's Recreation Association, Sno-Ball Queen Candidate, Student Admissions Counselor. ,hr WALKER, GROVER P.-Arcs and Sciences Victor Wilson Scholarship, College Scholar, Dean7s List, Torch and Scroll, Newman Club, Runner-Up College Bowl Competition. WALKER, R. O.-Dentistry Deanis List WANEKA, GERALD PAT-DEHKZ-SIU? Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. WELLS, RICHARD L.--Dencistgf Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. WHARTON, ROBERTJ.-Law Delta Theta Phi Fraternity. WHITACRE, MICHAEL R.-Arts and Sciences Deanis Honor Roll, Gold Star Mothers Scholarship Award, Society for the Advancement of Management, All Student Business Association, School of Business Entertainment Committee, School of Business By-Law Committee, School of Business Finance Committee. WHITTAKER, JUDITH ANN-Law Missouri Association of Women Lawyers Award, 1963, Order ofthe Bench and Robe, Dean's Honor Roll, Top Student of Graduating Class, Phi Delta Delta. WILHELM, ROBERT LEROY-1367212-SIU! Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. WILKINS, FRED-Law President Student Bar Association, Secretary American Law Student Association, Moot Court Team, Student Writing Editor, Law Review, Phi Delta Phi, "Graduate of the Year", Chiefjustice, Student Court, Law School Student Council Representative, Head of Class, Victor Wilson Scholarship, President, Omicron Delta Kappa, Presiding Justice Law Honor Court, Freshman Repre- sentative to Board of Governors. WILLIAMS, KAY-AflS and Sciences Dean's List, Student National Education Association, Student Government, Spanish Club. WILLIAMS, WILLIAM JAMES-Arts and Sciences Torch and Scroll, Vice-President, College Bowl, Young Democrats, Vice-President, Freshman Orientation, Geology-Geography Club, Participation Award. WILLIAMs, W. SAM-D6HiZ-Sf7Q? Secretary of Freshman Class, Psi Omega, Secretary, K.C.U. Baseball Team, Junior Quartet, Bushwacker Ball, Human Anatomy Laboratory Assistant. WINSLOW, WILLIAM L.-Pharmacy American Pharmaceutcial Association, Missouri Phar- maceutical Association. WITT, DONALD .AUDON-Lllw Law Review, Moot Court Finalist, Delta Theta Phi, Vice-Dean. WOMACH, W. R.-Dentistgf U Sophomore Class Treasurer, Delta Sigma Delta, Senior Laboratory Assistant. WOODHEAD, DAVID RUH1.-Denlisly Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. WRAY, SYDNEY E.-Dentislry - ' Outstanding Achievement in Science Award, Diagnosis Appointee. YOUNG, STEPHEN F.-Denlislcy Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. Carrick, W. C.-85 Aaron, Mark-98 Abramson, George-98 Ackerman, Patricia-82, 200 Ackerman, Richard-98 Ackerson, Robert-98 Acock, Richard-98 Adams, Ben-98 Adams, Nelson-98, 158, 170, 204 Adlard, John-98 Agguire, Luis-214 Akers, Jerry-98, 220 Aks, Stuart-98 Albano, Michael-98, 158 Albino, Carol--98 Albrecht, Mary-1 89 Albright, Ronald-98 Alexander, Janet-98, 143 Allbritten, Roy-179 Allen, J. Michael-98 Allen, Mark-85 Allen, Robert--64 Allen, Terry-98 Alley, Tom-98, 222, 225 Allison, George-98 Allison, Mike-218 1 Allred, Louis-98, 218 All Student Association-168, 169 Alpha Delta Pi-142, 143, 144, 145, 146 Alpha Epsilon Pi--146, 147, 148 Alpha Phi Omega-165 Altman, Joan-98 American Chemistry Association-193 American 230 Pharmaceutical Association- Ames, Sandra-92 Amick, Patrick-98 Amorosa, Jerry-99 Anderson, James-98, 218 Anderson, John-85 Anderson Judi-143 Anderson, Paul-220 Anderson, Richard L.-99 Anderson, Richard R.-99, 196 Anderson, Roger-99 Anderson, William-203 Andrews, Victor-99, 220 Archer, Jerald-85 Argo, Gary-222 Argovitz, Jerry-99 Armacost, Don-99 Armold, Diana-99, 143, 184 Armstrong, Donald-99 Arnett, Bruce-99, 201 Arni, Thomas-99 Arnold, Noel-228 Arthaud, Larry-99, 185 Askren, Betty-99, 145 Atkinson, James-99 Atkinson, James H.-99 Austin, Elvera-99 Badger, Jimmy-76 Bahr, Robert-99, 206, 216 Bailey, Gene-99 Baker, Charles-85 ' Baker, Claude-61 Baker, Dick-99, 220 Falk, Baker, Joanne-72, 234 Balenseifen, Jack-99 Ballew, Dewey-85, 221 Ballinger, Wesley-76 Balsiger, Verlin-99, 220 Banion, John-94, 189 Banning, Lance-189 Barash, Ed-146 Barber, Stephen-99 Barger, Valda-232 Baird, Steven-99 Barker, Janet-76 Barkley, Joan-232 Barnes, David-99 Barnes, Howard-99 Barnes, Joe-193 Barnes, Margaret-99 Barnes, Mary-99 Barnett, Latonia-235 Barr, George-100 Barrett, Joseph-100 Barrett, Robert-1 00 Barth, Edgar-70, 200, 230 Bartlett, James-100 Bartlett, Mary-100 Baseball Club-197 Baska, Jean-94 Basketball Club-196 Baxter, Newton-100 Baum, Herschal-100 Baumwart, Lloyd-100 Beamet, Ruth-227 Beauchamp, Norman-221 Beauty and Beast-166 Beaver, Robert-100, 221 Beck, Dale-100 Beckett, Jack-100 Beelman, Scott-100 Beene, Don-85 Beisner, Gerald-100 Bekaert, Dennis-100, 158, 179, 180 sellqnfi, Neal-218 Bench and Robe-223 Bendura, James-97, 228 Benkleman, Brent-100, 221 Bennett, Charles-100 Bennett, Richard-100, 218 Benvenuti, Sandra-100, 151 , 184, 201 Berlekamp, John-100 Bern, Rober-174, 185, 188 Berringer, Ray-85 Berry, Homer-100 Berzak, Gerald-100 Beynon, John-100, 220 Binger, Ralph-100, 222 Bird, James-76 Bird, Michael-72 Bird, Stephen-100, 204 Birkenbaugh, Ken-100 Bisceglia, J. B.-72 Bisman, Ronnetta-101, 120, 189 Bivens, Richard-101 Black, E. Carson-101 1 Blackman, Eugene-101, 218 Blackwell, Evalue-181 Blaine, Helen-101 Blake, Bradford-101 Blatt, Gary-101 Blaunt, Byrl-85 , Blaylock, George-101, 218 Blecha, Ralph-183 Blessing, Larry-101 Bleything, Richard-101 Bloch, Wheadon-24, 43, 172, 188, 189, 200, 238 Blonsky, Melvin-101, 147 Blum, Anthony-101 Blum, Estella-184 Blunt, Virginia-101, 114, 142, 144 Bohanon, Jack-101 Bollinger, Gene-101, 158 Bolsenga, Judy-101 Bommelaere, Gary-101 Bond, Jim-101 Bond, Marvin-101 Bond, Vikki-163 Bonham, William-101 Bonomo, John-101, 220 Boschert, Linda-101, 232 Bowles, Charles-76 Box, Ronald-101 Boyd, Arnold-101, 220 Boyd, Linda-101, 184 Boyea, Thomas-76 Brackenbury, Vernon-101 Brackenreed, Verna-72 Bramman, Henry-97, 158 Brand, Richard-85 Branden, Jim-102 Brandt, James-102 Brandwein, Alice-94 Branyan, Robert-196 Braverman, Harry-175, 179 Brazee, Richard-102 Bredehoft, Roger-102, 158 Breeding, Roberta-76 Bregach, Walter-102 Brell, William-102, 220 Bremson, Robert-102 Brenner, William-102 Brentson, Carole-102, 141, 143, 145, 184, 195 Bresnick, Lawrence-102 Brett, Colin-165 Brewer, Bruce-102 Bridgeman, Frieda-48 D 248 EX Brigham, Warren-102 Bright, Roger-102 Brophy, James-102 Brown, Donald-102 Brown, Forrest-102 Brown, James-82 Brown, Lee-51 Brown, O. E.-102 Brown, Richard-102, 220 Browning, Carol-102 Bruce, John-155 Bruening, Richard-96, 222, 225 Bruno, Bobby-102 Bruno, Robert-102 Br ant Bruce 102 184, 195,196 Y I -' I Bryant, Douglas-196 Bryant, Robert-96, 222 Buebendorf, Francis-65, 181 Buebendorf, Norman-181 Buehli Edward 165 9, "- Bum Friday-157, 236, 237, 238, 239 Burnidge, Gary-102, 218 Burns, Robert-102, 218 Burnworth, Frank-102 Burstein, Jerome-102 Buschman, Harold-189 Butler, Phillip-84 Buttgen, Gerd-102 Butts, Nanavee-103, 193 Byers, Michael-103 Byland-103, 220 Cadiz, Richard-196, 197 Cain, Steve-85 Calmes, Frances-56 Campanella, Robert-102 Campbell, William-103 Cansler, Dean-103, 221 Canterbury Club-192 Capps, Shirley-103, 170, 236 Carlgren, Erick-103 Carlisle, Lynn-103 Carnegie, Judith-103, 141, 143, 144, . 145, 200, 203 Carpenter, Gerald-103, 181, 182 Carter, Bruce-103 Caruthers, Larry-103 Caruthers, Betty-94 Case, Margaret-103 Cassandras, Charles-103 Cassidy, Michael-103, 318 Cassingham, Jack-192 Cavanaugh, John-104 Caviar, Michele-104 Cecil, Shirley-181 Centanni, Edward-104 Center Board-200 Chait, Zane-104 Chang, Mervyn-104 Channer, Jerry-104 Chase, Lieuween-234 Chase, Peggy-184 Cherry, Jack-104 Childers, Logan-104, 221 Chinnery, Lawrence-76 Chi Omega-150, 151, 152 Chitwood, John-52 Choir-182 Chorenki, Norman-222 Christian, Leone-104 Christian Science Club-192 Christiansen, Jerome-104 Christianson, Paul-72, 200 Christie, David-104 Christman, David-104 Christman, George-104 Church, Annella-76 Clark, Hugh-104, 218 Clark, Porter-104 Clark, Ray-104 Clarke, Brenda-104 Clarke, Joanne-104 Claybaker, Clinton-104, 185 Clears, Arthur-104, 154, 185, 191 Clemenson, David-156 Clemmons, Randy-104 Cline, James-238, 243 Clingan, Michael-104 Cobb, Charles-104, 218 Cobb, John-104, 158 Cockefair, Carolyn-67 Coffee, Larry-104 Cohen, Victoria-104, 143 Cohen, William-104, 147, 148 Cohn, Gary-104 Cole, Daniel-192 Cole, John-155 Cole, Karen-192 Coleman, Gary-105, 228 Coleman, Kenneth-82 Coll, Maribeth-105 Collard, Kay-105, 151, 84 College Bowl-212, 213 Colvin, Robert-105 Combs, Richard-105 Comfort, James-76 Cook, Walter-48 Cookson, Grant-85 Cooper, Ed-105 Cooper, G. M.-105 Cooper, Harriett-105 Cooper, Michael-193 Cooper, Richard-85 Copeland, James-105 Corbin, Betty-189, 203 Cornelius, Kay-189, 203 Cornell, Phyllis-105 Correll, Ralph-105 Cornstalk Stomp-160 Cosmopolitan Club-214 Courts, Donald-105, 221 Cowan, Hardin-76 Cowan, Jane-105, 184 Cox, Kenneth-105 Cozad, Joe-181 Crain, William-57, 203 Cramer, Terry-105, 143, 184 Crandall, Janice-105, 184 Craven, Bob-105, 218 Cravotta, John-105, 196, 197, 201 Crawford, William-76, 170, 172, 188, 189, 217 Crissman, Helen-174 Cristal, Robert-201 Crosner, Michael-105, 222 Crowder, Darlene-105, 184 Crowe, Nancy-76 Crowley, James-201 Crowley, Nancy-76 Cullen, Donald-105 Cummings, Bill-105 Cummings, Thomas-105, 158 Curran, Brooke-105, 177 Curlan, Mary-105, 184 Curtis, DeMar-85 Cushing, Douglas-105 Cushing, Barbara-105 Cushman, Sam-106 Daiani, Esam-97 Dalen, Stanley-68 Dalpiaz, Art-85, Danielson, Barry-106, 225 D'Arcy, Henry-82 Dart, Roger-82 Dasbach, James-106 Davis Denham-106, 158, 228 Davis, Elmer-181 Davis Floyd-85 Davis, Gerald-106 Davis, James-76, 155, 196 Davis, Joyce-189 Davis, Liz-192 Davis, Robert-106, 165 Davis Davis fwnlaom-1012, 218 Steven-106 217 Day, Larry-106 Day, Robert-82, 204, 228 Dayton, Ronald-106 Deacon, Stanley-47 Deam, William-106 Deimund, Keith-106 Delta Alpha-190 Delta Chi-154, 155, 156, 157 Delta Sigma Delta-218 Demaray, Robert-106 Dempsey, Gary-106 Denton, Larry-226 Derryberry, John-106 Desai, Chandrakant-106 DeTray, Robert-158, 163, 169 "The Devil and Daniel Webster"-211 Devollo, Mario-185 32, DeW0l' Dlblel I DiboS, Dicksor Diehl, I' pierkin District Dille, J' Dinner Dischm Dittrich Divoky. Dix, Ht Dixon, D0ddl Dokoul Dolinslw DoW9f' Downe Droll, l Dryder Duffler Duhl, J Dull, B Dulsey Duncan 242 Dunn, Duhn, Duranm Dyer, I Dykho Eassor Easter, Easter, Easter, Eaton, Eaton, Eck, A Edkart Edgert Edris, Edmise Edmor Edwar Edwar Edwar Egger: Eggle: EQYI I' Ehrlict Eifler, Eisenl: 171 Eisenl: Ekblav Electic Ellinge Elliott, Elliott, Ellis, .l Ellmal Ely, V1 Embre Embry Emery Emler, Engle: Ensen Epple Eppin Erbac Erdmc Ervin, Esquil Eubar Evans Evert, Falkel Falke1 Fang, Farha Farle, Farm: Farns' Farrel Faten Faulct Fencil Fergu Fergu Fergu Fergu Harter, Hernandez, Joe-86 01 188, n L arg' 'F rick. DeWald, Deanna-184 Dible, Douglas-107 Dibos, William-72, 203 Dickson, Jerry-107, 218 Diehl, Larry-107, 220 Dierking, John-222 Dietrich, A. G.-107 Dille, Joyce-190, 234, 235 Dinner Dance-172, 173 Dischner, Helen-227 Dittrich, Rudolph-107 Divoky, Gerald-181 Dix, Harold-107 Dixon, W. N.-86 Dodd, David-201 Dokoudovska, Tatania-72 Dolinsky, Jerome-107, 147 Dowgray, John-46 Downey, Dennis-107, 218 Droll, Henry-72 Dryden, Jim-107 Dufflemeyer, Fred-54 Duhl, Jay-107 Dull, Brenda-107, 227 Dulsey, Bernard-72 Duncan, usan- ,1 , 16 , S 77 50 6 200, 242, 239 Dunn, Judy-184 Duhn, Nancy-107, 184 Durand, Albert-107, 185, 196, 228 Dyer, Dean-107 Dykhouse, Vance-107 Easson, Roger-107, 169, 185 Easter, Alvin-212 Easter, Anna-107 Easter, Edna-189 Eaton, Frank-82 Eaton, William-107 Eck, Anthony-107 Edkart, Sharon-107, 232 Edgerton, Julie-77 Edris, Wayne-72 Edmisson, Jill-107, 151, 238 Edmonson, Carla-181 Edwards, Jack-107 Edwards, Michael-77 Edwards, Paul-222, 225 Eggers, Oscar-53 Eggleston, Dale-107 Egy, Kent-206 Ehrlich, George-49, 189 Eifler, Larry-107, 193 Eisenbrandt, James-107, 159, 177, 185 Eisenbrandt, Leslie-43, 229 Ekblaw, Sidney-65, 200, 201 Elections-181 , Ellinger, Rory-77, 191, 217 Elliott, James-107 Elliott, Robert-77 Ellis, Joe-108 1 75, Ellmaker, Sue-108, 143, 184, 203 Ely, William-177, 222 Embree, Walter-108 Embry, Beniamin-77 Emery, Delmer-108 Emler, Joyce-108, 181 Engler, Janet-189 Ensemble-202 Epple, Robert-226 Eppinger, Howard-86 Erbacher, Mary-108 Erdman, Bernard-77, 147 Ervin, James-108 Esquibel, Ray-86 ' Eubank, Judy-108 Evans, Judy-108 ' Evert, Gary-108 Falk, Jack-108 Falkenberg, James-220 Falkensten, R. 8.-108, 220 Fang, Teh-184, 214 Farha, Kenneth-86 Farley, Catherine-73, 232 Farmer, Richard-108, 218 Farnsworth, Robert-56 Farrell, Richard-155 Fatem, Pouri-184, 214 Faulconer, Forrest-108, 19 Fencil, George-72 Ferguson David-86 Ferguson, Marlene-108 Ferguson Sandra-96 I Ferguson, i William-108 6, 220 Fiddler, Charles-53 Fincken, Harley-108 Fiorella, Carmen-108 Fisher, James-108, 201 Fisher, Jo-94 Fisk, Robert-108, 226 Flanagan, Merlynne-143, 145 Fletcher, Glenda-108 Fletcher, John-77 Fletcher, L. 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T.-89 Sherrick, Sue-80, 216 251 Sirota, Roger-130 Six, Carol-182 Siarda, Richard-130 Skaer, Roger-130 Skinner, Ronald-130 Slaton, Larry-130 Small, Mary-130 Smith, Ardeena-234 Smith, Bruce-130 Smith, Charley-1 30 Smith, Frank-130 Smith, Ivan-130 Smith, Jared-130 Smith, Joseph-130 Smith, Larry-170 Smith, Lawrence-130 Smith, Lynda-234 Smith, Mauriece-130, 151, 167, 227, 229, 230 Smith, Michael-181 Smith, Norman-90 Smith, Richard-130 Smith, Roger-130 Smith, Ronald-130, 220 Smith, Sharon l..-130, 157 Smith, Sharon S.-130 Smith, Tamara-130 Smith, Terry-130 Smith, William-130 Smothers Brothers-172 Smothers, Donald-130 Snell, Theodor-130 Snider, Archie-130 Snyder, William-130, 185 Soccer Club-196 Soloveitchik, Samson-59 Soltz, William-130 Solomon, Darlena-80 Sommer, Francis-130 Soper, Steve-80 Spalding, Catherina-232 Spalitto, Anthony-97 Spalitto, Frank-130 Spangler, Connie-130 Speca, John-54 Speer, Hugh-45 Spickes, Connor-130 Sprague, Linda-130, 151, 203 Spriester, Fred-165 Spudich, Robert-130 Spurlin, Robert-130 Stacey, Joi-92, 192 Stallbaumer, Raymond--130 Stallings, John-130, 159 Standifer, James-90, 220 Stark, Elaine-184 Starnes, Priscilla-132 Stenger, Susan-132, 191 Stern, Bert-181 Stevenberg, A. F.-132 Stewart, Deni-80 Stewart, Jerry-1 32 Stolz, Rita-132 Stolz, Ruth-132 Stone, Keith-132, 226 Stone, Neal-132 Storm, Thomas-90, 221 Strada, Samuel-228 Stricca, Mario-90 Stuart, Richard-132 Student Bar-225 Student Recruitment-21 Sullivan, Paul-132, 196 Summers, George-132 Super, Bruce-132 Sutton, Mary-84, 232 Swanson, lla-232 Sweeney, Leo-20, 191 Sweetheart Dance-152 Switzer, Carol-132, 143, 145 Sybrant, Roger-174 Tabata, Russell-132 Tagliaferri, Gus-90 Talbott, Thomas-21, 80, 158, 185 Tannehill, James-83 Tau Kappa Epsilon-158, 159, 163, 235, 239 Taylor, Kent-132 Taylor, Lee-132 Taylor, Melvin-132 Taylor, Patti-181 Teachers Now Training-193 Teeter, Margretta-92 V Teiwes, William-132, 159, 203 Tennis Club-197 Testerman, Gale-132 Teter, Linda-80, 155 Thielke, Barry-90 Tuttle, Gary-133, 206 Twyman, Kent-133, 220 Tyer, Janer-133, 189 Underwood, George-133, 228 Updike, Randall-133, 155 Undertakers Ball-161 U-News-175, 176, 177 University Players--206, 207 Vance, Gary-133 Vanderer, Betty-181 VanDeursen, Hardin-58 "Vanessa"-211 Van Sickle, Linda-133 Van Tuyl, Ronald-133 Vaught, Larry-133 Veatch, Ronald-133, 159 Ventimiglia, Charles-133 Verderber, L. J.--133, 159 Vernon, Jerry-133 Vierthaler, Anton-133 Vincent, Jack-134 Vincent, Ronald-134, 220 Vold, Earl-134, 170, 197, 204, 222 Voldeng, Karl-134 Vogel, Charles-134 Voi hts Gene 222 225 Thomas, John-201 Thomas, Royce-1 32 Thompson Thompson , John-132, 185 Ken-244 s Thompson, Michele-80 Thompson, Patrick-132 Thompson, Rebecca-84, 190, 234, 235 Thompson, W. Nadine-132 Thomson, Milton-80 Thormond, James-132 Thornhill, Margot-80 Tilley, Robert-90 Tillmon, Ronald-203 Timberlake, Joseph-80 Tishk, Harry-132, 147 Tobin, John-80 Toboll, David-132 Todd, Robert-133 Todd, Thomas-133, 228 ' Tomasini, Achilles-133 Tomlinson, William-133 - Torch and Scroll-F189 Torchia, Ronald-133 Toth, June-133 Travalent, Louis-133, 138, 144, 159 Travis, Victoria-133 Trimmer, Bonnie-181 Tripp, Alice-133 Truih, Dorothy-232 Trummel, Clarence-133 Trump, Richard-133 ,, ,- Tucker, Leonard-133 Tucker, Sally-216, 217 Turville, Bruce-181 9 1 " I Volding, Karl-220 Volkart, Bettye-134, 170, 172, 174, 178,179,181, 234 Vorce, Rovert-159 Wade, Leland-90, 221 Wafer, Jo Anne-92 Wagner, Barbara-95 Wagner, Eugene-134 Wagner, Jo-97, 227, 229, 230 Wagner Wagner Wagner, , Myron-58 , Toni-134, 141, -151, 203 Vicky-eo, 7151, 190 Wainwright, Laurin-134 Waitley, Walker Norman-134, 228 Carlton-1 34 Walker, Charles-134 Walker, Douglas-134 Walker, Grover-81, 185, 189 Walker, J. Morton-192 ' Walker, Richard-90 Waring, Richard-73 Warner, Beniamin-51 Warner, Russell-192 Warr, Judith-95, 189, 193 Warren, Jon-134, 185 Warren, Mary-134, 214 Warshoy, Leon-52 Washburn, Lynn-134, 196 Wasko, George-81 Waspi, Nancy-134, 184, 203 Wasserman, James-134 Watkins, John-134 Waters, William-134 Watson, David-135 Waxenberg, Alan-135 Wayt, Ronald-135 Weakley, Robert-135, 155 Weatherly, Sarah-70 Webb, Carolyn-135 Webb, Dallas-135 Webb, Penelope-135 Weber, Anita-135, 234 Weber, Donald-135 Webster, Richard-222 Webster, Shirley-135, 185 Weddle, Rex-135 Weinstein, Donald-96, 222, 223 Weisler, Stephen-135, 147 Welch, Michael-135 Welch, Robert-135 Wells, Jack-60, 200 Wells, Judith-135, 142, 143 Wells, Richard-90 Wendling, Raphael-135, 230 l West, Robert-135 Westermann, Edwin-45, 189 Weston, Darvin-135, 159 Weyh, Fred-135 Wheeler, Garry-135, 193 Wheelock, Kenneth-135 Whitacre, Michael-83 V Whitcomb, Charles-81, 201 White, Michael-222 White, Ralph-135 White, Virginia-135 Whittaker, Judith-223 ' Wiber, Sharon-135 Wiehl, Della-92 1 Wigginton, Gerry-135 Williams, Theodore-136 Williams W. Sam-91 Williams Walter-195 Williams, William-81, 212 Walker, Shirley-134 Wallis, Dennis-134 Walter, Ben-Q-90 Walter, J. Douglas-134 Walters, Perry-134, 221 Walters, Virginia--92 Walton, Wendell-134 Wamsley, Mike-134 Waneka, Pat-90, 221 . Wanniger, Judith-134, 184 Ward, Michael-134 Ward, Wanda-134 Ware, Harry-81 Wilen, Richard-135, 196, 201 Willets, Lyle-229 Wilhelm, Carol-135, 184 Wilhelm, RobertF91 ' Wilkins, Fred-96, 225 Wilkinson, Neal-81 Wilkinson, Patricia-142, 145, 170, 172 Wilkinson, Sherry-143, 145 Williams, Anna-81 Williams, Brian-91 ' Williams, Hazel-46 Williams Kay-87 Williams 252 1 Linda-135, 170, 332 Williamson, James-83, 222 Williamson, Sharon-136, 158, 143 Willy, Thomas-170, 204 Wilson, Vaughn-136 Wimmer, Melvin-136 Winn, Belva-136 Winn, Donald-136 Winoka, Stuart-136 Wipf, Vaughn-136 Wirth, Satin-136 Wise, Lawrence-136 Wolf, Patricia-136 Womack, Randol-91 Women's Recreation Assoc.-215 Women's Residence Hall Assoc.-184 Wong, Weldon-91 Wood, O. F.-136 Wood, Robert-91 Woodcox, Mary-136, 143, 184 Woodhead, David-91 Woodley, Janet-136, 184 Woodsmall, Robert-136, 228 Worrell, Kathie-143 Worthington, John-226 Woulfe, Eleanor-136, 151 Wray, Sydney-91 Wright, Walter-73 Wright, Walter-68 Wrigley, Dorothy-136, 184 Wulfkuhle, John-136 Wynn, David-136 Xi Psi Phi-221 Yamamoto, Roy-136 ' Young Republicans-204 Young, Roy-136 Young, Stephen-91 Younger, Lynda-81 Younger, Ralph-136 Zagar, William-136 Zohner, Eileen-136 Zecca, Franklin-136, 221 Zeiger, James-136, 206 Zervas, Dean-137 Ziegenhorn, Dallas-137 Ziegler, Jeanne-136 Zingher, Gary-136 Zirul, Louise-232 Zlutnick, Steven-136 Zolotor, Lawrence-159, 203 Zolotor, Ronald-135, 159, 201 ' Zook, Robert-136, 201 Zumbroh, Marian-181 Zarovski, Joel-83 Zurovski, Donald-147 .0 'mg AMWM You'lI love living in a 1 We 1 X f Pretabulousu REDWOOD V, , I . V , -Iick . . .tick . . . tick . . .ine 1A' . 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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. Wanda GOLD 81 CERAMICS DENTAL LABORATORY 3827 Main Street Kansas City 11, Missouri WEstport I-1616 263 I ac Best Wishes from THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND MODELS" and HOME OF BROWN PRECISION ATTACHMENTS COLUMBIA DEN TOFORM CORPORATION 131 East 23rd Street New York 10, New York iititttgztttttticg- l.. Lag I Jima fm, - , "rig , , 4 iff- . W , 5' K mx i 'Hn F 'fl fg - - lguqf, .1 H? I 2 'Q ff" f' '14, WH V ' ' R X I -m- 's' VM , 264 P 7 . I I CCVERING CAMPUS NEWS... UNI VERSIT Y Ng W I 4 I W 0 fb 5..lt.g,g.f. f + v v w if MAI' WILLIAM EISENHOUR, Editor RICK NASH, Business Manager JAMES EISENBRANDT, Managing Editor BROOKE CURRAN, Assistant Editor DAVE MILNER, Sports Editor HARRY BRAVERMAN, Photography Editor 266 3 TIME NOW TO EQUIP YOURSELF FOR FUTURE SUCCESS WITH QUALITY In 1 ,, , M, S. .4 , I . 0 I ff it f , - ,xf Nj! W Ig , M .. I I . Q1 , . fyx , fig! J x r. f 7 , wi 'rl-IE s.s. WHITE DEN the best of everythin S. S. WHITE ENTAL PRODUCTS 'S X, 2 Wx ? A f, M FREE OFFICE'PLANNING SERVICE EQUIPMENT HANDPIECES INSTRUMENTS FILLING MATERIALS ORTHODONTIC SUPPLIES PROSTHETIC MATERIALS 6 PRECIOUS METALS 3. N. I I I I I I Contact your S. S. White Dealer or write to - - P TAL MANUFACTURING co., Philadelphia 5. a 267 A Fme Company to do Business with... MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY HARRY H WELSH, JR., General Agent We ummm, am The Staff of the University Center takes this opportunity to congratulate the gradu- ating class of 1963. We also express our sincere appreciation to the members of the University Community who continue to patronize the University Center. It is our sincere desire to serve the campus com- munity in the best possible manner through our professional staff and fine facilities. We are sure that you will always find the high- est quality service Within our doors. Just one more point -The University Center is just another name for the living room of the campus. It is more than just a building, for in truth it reflects the spirit and the personality of the entire university. L. S I' 9 O 1' h e ,- Y S a .t 1. ' ,gg LIFE INSUR Join these five young men in their climb to the top... They are BMA men. Five college graduates writ- ing five separate success stories at BMA. Why did they decide on a career in life and health insurance at BMA? Many reasons. Read some of the important ones in the right hand column. Call BMA soon for an interview-GRand 1-3000. Join these five and the other young BMA men. Write your own success story at BMA. iiii irrr BUSINESS lVIEN'S ASSURANCE QVNMFWN5 O5 PRESENT HoME OFFICE: BMA Building, Kansas City 41, Missouri ANCE ' HEALTH INSURANCE ' HOSPITALIZATION ' MAJOR MEDICAL EXPENSE ' GROUP PLANS ' ANNUITIES 1. BMA helps its young people grow and advance by offering in- surance and management training programs and encouraging part- time study on the college graduate level. 2. BMA is growing fast. Now it is among the top 4 per cent in life insurance in force of all U. S. life companies. Lots of room for young men to grow. 3. BMA is looking for young men who are looking for success, both in Home Office and field sales capacities. 4. The average 1962 earnings of BMA's field force of 1100 sales representatives was S8,564, rank- ing high in the life and health in- surance industry. 5. BMA offers a wide choice of career opportunities-in selling, management, actuarial science, un- derwriting, accounting, electronic computer programming, mathemat- ics, policy service, personnel and many others. 6. BMA encourages its young peo- ple to express their ideas, to reach out for new experiences. 7. BMA employee benefits include group life and health insurance, as well as liberal Vacation and retire- ment plans. BMA's business is pro- tecting people's incomes, so it's nat- ural to have generous security plans for BMA employees. 8. In mid-1963 BMA will move into its specially designed 19-story Home Office building, The BMA Tower of Protection, on Signal Hill C31st Street and Southwest Trafficway, Kansas City, Missourij. r-"""-,ir-'A' 5525! S111 ' 5 .L . e g : , , In .ge . 0 REINSURANCE 269 I l X BEST WISHES . . . to the 1963 Graduates of The University of Kansas City ijt A Zigi? pf Q51 Q Ei p .ffl-l-le ' I 'T . T il -1 I N , ft - f .ui l.il.,u r.u i it is gi I t - k g if sl p E Tim 'l ii 1 j 1 L"f" 1 I i H tl?" S ly kgmgy p .l-:. A T? . A H ' S' i -.l 42' p ku li E 1 3 fp li . g . I' E gjgj .LQ C Ei . ' .W , 7? Ti lu i 1 21,1 -LD-,li-... C C by T f Q -f Xl A 'FThe University Associates is a group of more than 750 Kansas City business, professional and civic leaders. Organized in 1958, the group works for greater community support of The University of Kansas City and higher education in general. THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS, 1962-63 Ernest A. Dick, President William Branton James F. Haake Chester K. Litman Ilus W. Davis Davis K. Jackson David W. Newcomer III Francis G. Foster John Latshaw Mrs. John W. Oliver Mrs. Edward A. Smith Daniel S. 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