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KANGAROO EDITOR Betsy Bowes PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR Steve Collins 1967 KANGAROO University of Missouri at Kansas City Kansas City, Missouri ,ff G ' x 5 f. 5 , , Q A., t gag rf ' . i . D 'J AL . x 4 th I - - f' 'M' i ' u ' ' l A V 1 ,M -. W. M f Qt Q I E51'f:i Q. P' ' 1, , A - 4 K . i' R lf! J 4 hlgjfx' 4 s ' ' Q- Q www, I R IQ, t I I In Q' if Mfg' W ' G-' ,- 'Q 'f A -' - :K 1'.""f fi M' rf f"ff'. ,va A M 5- ' 3 , . A V 1 n S Q..-.i W -,Q " , s , M5 Tc, Q if A Q-.G.g"vf'w'Q-W .. S-Q ' fig . X ya, ...W .,. , in .-.,. Q, A , V' up WOM 8 ' 1 A: i Q .5 .M :Q A ' '31 5' 9 ' i 6' V fl A Lina , ' bv-'L' ,, .Q-. . ' ' CX gf 'tm 6 imp' - .. faiis ., , - x ,A , L' -' 1-S?r .1- ,, v N-f"v" :5.,,,,..-- Maw:-7 . x M Q Mfg. all ,U r rv. ,fb n- us A, lv-It Vi a 1 , , 4, 'dar if' .41 ' ,g .Fiji 1, f WN ' A+-+waNfA'f3fAW3 X if - wi 3 i was 1-ww?-MT, ti if ,,,, 1 A, 4 swf h 1 Vf 0 , 'J i Q in ff 1 , 'Z' I NL K W W at . ' ,L w qu A as if" Q av W Wa Y JU 1. if ' I. 7+ iii A ,' I ' 'fu' X . . 1: , 1' lr . '31 ' g ,I , V "1 iz. ' 1- 1 1.4 I wa 1-"h:3'f I 'F K' , , ig. 'Q x." .. 7'5- mv. if L .gy Ir ' f 4 TAFSI I- OI- CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ADMWMSTRATKWJ AN D FACU LTY COLLEGES CAIVIRLJS LIFE GREEKS ORGANIZATIONS SPORTS INDEX 4 14 44 140 188 232 274 314 There will be time to prepare a face to meet the faces that you meet. n 5 Time to murder and create . . . time for you and time for me. ar' 1 .. ' , , x ,F 3 1 'RQ i- ii . X ,ai' Ngffn A Q 5.x ' riff , ' N .fa-N, if , ' C' if K Q5 .xiii ., A '?': zwikgf f L' iid? Q 1 3 'Fw 5, x' iff K' " 3 x ..w Y f W M if if K sv, 4 . J ' f 's 4 X 2:1 A,,5 QQ L gf aww Ai' , M Q L. . Nye: 1' "Q X f. '1 H 55" fy Ra : X Il- ., ,., .3 -of is' Q vw ...mi For Even Beyond Forever Lies Discovery . . . . ' ,Q Q7 err, fy:-, "W'7'?7I' 3,5 ,,,Zr, oo , Discovery tnat can Ioe founol in tne tnings around you . . n t s O Q . is I P' 1- .-' -Q Q ZS X! A, K' in the lights of a city in the lights of a university . . U70-ZITIUIPOJP Administration Faculty . . Colleges . . . DR. JCI-lN C. WEAVER President, University of Missouri Dr. John C. Weaver assumed the duties of the president of the University of Mis- souri system in September of 1965. Dr. Weaver took his AB., M.A., and his PhD. in geography at the University of Wisconsin. After completing his doctorate, he worked as an editor and researcher for the Ameri- can Geographical Society of New York. l-lis charts on ice movement in the Northern Hemisphere are still in use on ships today. From 1955 to 1955 he held a number of administrative positions at Kansas State University, the University of Nebraska, the University of lovva, and Ohio State University. ln an interview with the Kansas City Star, in January of 1967, Dr. Weaver said that the University of Missouri at Kansas City can hope to solve the problems of Metropolitan Kansas City, and that he has a commitment to see that a strong urban university is built here. l-le also has a special interest in seeing the development of a good program in continuing education. President Weaver, center, with Miller Nichols, Chairman of the Board of Trustees and Chancellor Whaley on a visit to the U.M.K.C. campus. University of Missouri Board of Curators Seated: Pleasant R. Smith, Robert Neill, President of William H. Billings. Standing: William C. Tucker William the Board: DF- W9aVe", President of the Missouri Sys- C. Myers, John C. Carithers, Doyle Patterson Not Pic tem, Oliver B. Ferguson, Vice-President of the Board, tured: Orestes Mitchell. University of Kansas City Board of Trustees John S. Ayres rederic P. Barnes . N. Bergendoff . Bertram Berkley Oseph R. Bixby red Brady utton Brookfield dwin Bulow he Hon. llus W. Davis Thomas E. Deacy, Jr. William N. Deramus, lll Ernest A. Dick ohn R. Dow r. Charles A. Duboc Alfred B. Egan Myron K. Ellison ichard B. Fowler he Hon. Floyd R. Gibson illaim D. Grant ichard C. Green oyce C. Hall Barret S. Heddens, Jr. Paul H. Henson The Hon. Elmo B. Hunter E. M. Kauffman James M. Kemper, Jr. Dr. Charles N. Kimball Horace Kimbrell Kenneth Krakauer John A. Kroh Arthur Mag Ralph G. Martin Robert C. McKinley John A. Morgan Robert Neill Miller Nichols Robert A. Olson Alfred F. Parmelee Robert M. Patterson Elmer F. Pierson George E. Powell, Sr. John F. Pritchard, Jr. Thomas B. Robinson Arthur F. Schopper Morris R. Shlensky Byron C. Shutz Rheta A. Sosland Martha J. Starr Richard J. Stern James P. Sunderland Walter S. Sutton Edward W. Tanner, Sr Dale M. Thompson Herbert F. Tomasek R. Hugh Uhlmann Paul VanOsdol, Jr. N. T. Veatch Richard L. Wagner Dr. John C. Weaver Dr. Randall McVay Whaley The Hon. Charles E. Whittaker Paul I.. Willson, Jr. he Hon. Warren E. Hearnes George Reuland DR. RANDALL IVI. WI-IALEY Chancellor University of Missouri at Kansas City The graduating class of 1967, having completed requirements for a number of different degrees at the University of Mis- ouri at Kansas City, is part of a growing tream of students seeking to expand their ntellectual horizons and powers through fiigher education. This University, located in the heart of the Kansas City metropolitan rea, feels a great sense of responsibility or providing educational opportunities which are both varied in content and objec- tive and rich in their qualitative aspects. The members of the faculty and the administra- tion share a common concern for continually improving the environment for learning on this campus, an objective not easily attained in the face of a rapidly growing student body and a rapidly changing world in which graduates will live and make a living. Nonetheless, while striving to give each one of the students in this class of 1967 as personalized an opportunity for education as possible, we are continuing to search out ways and means of treating each student as an individual to increase his chance of hav- ing intellectual encounter with professor and student alike, to sharpen his mind through rational discussion and debate, to become aware of wisdom and knowledge in- herited from the past, and to learn the art and the science of developing new under- standing through experience and observa- tion, looking to the world of the future. The University of Missouri at Kansas City is entering its fifth year as one of the four campuses of the statewide University of Missouri System. Together with the other campuses, we are endeavoring to provide an increasing spectrum of educational op- portunities leading to degrees or for studies continuing beyond a degree for an increas- ing fraction of an increasing number of Mis- souri citizens. Many of you who graduate this year will, we trust and we hope, continue with an educational plan of your own, taking full advantage of the opportunities that U.M.K.C. and other institutions will make available to you. 'X ,--"' . ,V ,zi- J 'ff' - 1 DEAN OF FACULTIES Dr. John G. Dowgray, Jr. As the principal academic officer directly responsible to the Chancellor, Dr. Dowgray, Dean of Faculties, serves as coordinator of academic programs and developments, working with the Deans and Directors of the academic divisions. DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT Emery C. Wine Emery C. Wine represents the physi- cal development of the campus. In his role as special assistant to the Chan- cellor, he is Chairman of the Advisory Council. This is composed of several task forces that study, recommend, and design new additions to the campus. Mr. Wine and his staff assist the University of Kansas City Board of Trustees in helping voluntary groups to raise their private funds. They publish numerous pamphlets that explain campus design and coordinate relations with the press, television, and radio. "Kiwi 1 - A v W W f ASSOC. DEAN OF STUDENTS, Gary S. Widmar ASST. DEAN OE STUDENTS, Marilyn lvl. l-larton Wia- DEAN OF STUDENTS, Wheadon S. Bloch As Dean of Students, Wheadon S. Block tries to cope successfully with the numer- ous problems that arise in a student's life. l-le tries to help them handle their academic, personal, and financial problems. According to Dean Block, his most satisfying work is the time he spends counseling directly vvith the students. l-le is considered by many stu- dents as their "go-between" with the administration. His role includes the super- vision of numerous associations: Student Counseling, Financial Aid, Placement, Stu- dent Activities, Foreign Students, and the Health Department. l-le also functions as the advisor of the Student Council, Torch and Scroll, and Omicron Delta Kappa. DIRECTOR OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES, Mrs. Deborah L. Norman A f 5, ,I , . f If 0, 5 DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL AID, Mrs. Barbara McKay .J DIRECTOR OF STUDENT COUNSELING, Raul Correll I DIRECTOR OF STUDENT PLACEMENT, ' George Fermcil DEAN OF CONTINUING EDUCATION, Walter B. Wright The Division for Continuing Education was established by the University of Kan- sas City in 1954. Walter B. Wright, Dean of the Division for Continuing Education, has headed the Division since February 1963. I-Ie holds academic rank of Associate Pro- fessor of Business Administration and taught marketing and human relations in the School of Business Administration from 1960 until assuming his position in the Di- vision. The Division's responsibility is to provide an opportunity for the mature per- son, the decision-maker of today, to con- tinue his education throughout his lifetime in a manner peculiarly suited to the adult mind. During the next year special effort will be made by the Division to establish an ac- tive continuing education in the downtown business section of Kansas City. The high concentration of daytime population in that area offers unusual opportunity for expan- sion of varied educational activity of the University in the metropolitan area. DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS AND REGISTRAR, Leo J. Sweeney The Director of Admissions and Regis- trar's duties are varied and numerous. I..eo Sweeney is supervisor of admitting stu- dents, he councils with students before they register and he then controls the pro- cess of registration. Mr. Sweeney initiated the Data Processing system on the campus which has been one of the more important advances of the University. I-le is very ac- tive in several national organizations: Ameri- can Association of Collegiate Registrar and Registration Offices and the United States Office of Education. ASST. BUSINESS OFFICER, Stanley Dalen ASST. BUSINESS OFFICER, Charles Pullerm I,' ivgrr . BUSINESS OFFICER Edgar I.. Barth DIRECTOR OF UNIVERSITY SERVICES, Robert Montgomery DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL, James N. Wilson PURCHASING AGENT Gale I-Iankins DIRECTOR OF RLAYI-IOUSE, Dr. Patricia I.. Mcllrath DIRECTOR OF LIBRARIES, Dr. Kenneth J. I.aBudde DIRECTOR OF KCUR-FM, Sam S. Scott . , -all A Qjkiwg 5 DIRECTOR OF HOUSING AND CENTER, Wayne I.. Eclris 5 DIRECTOR OF FAMILY STUDY CENTER, Oscar Eggers IACTINGJ DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS, James R. Kuechler I 1 i l 5 1 E I I i .,- X' 'sb Wx, Ayn FAC U LTY College of Arts and Sciences The College of Arts and Sciences was founded with the University of Kansas City in 1929, on the William Volker Campus at 5100 Rockhill Road. The college maintains a program of broad preparation for later con- centrated studies and a comprehensive in- troduction to a specific field, in hopes of producing graduates competent in their de- sired vvork. The foundations program, which includes the humanities and the natural and social sciences, helps to broaden the stu- dent's scope of knowledge. Besides the regular courses offered in such fields as art, biology and English, courses are offered in nursing, medical technology and engineer- ing. Edwin J. Westerman is dean of the Col- lege of Arts and Sciences. He joined the University in 1946 and his main fields of interest are the social and intellectual his- tory of the Middle Ages and English history. John R Hodges chairman Economics George Ehrlich chairman, Art, Robert I.. Branyan,chairman, History. Dwi i fi gs L 4 it . i W... w or sf- Wwe. .. i James R. Kuechler, Health 84 P.E., l-larold C. Burdick, Biology: Patricia Mcllrath, Speech and Theater, Solo- mon E. Levy, Philosophy, William L.. Crain, Foreign Language. i Hifi 'i Q if 3 Warren French, English, William Arndt, Psychology: Paul Liebnitz, Math, Myron Wagner, Chemistry. Ernest Manheim, Sociology, Elclen J. Parizek, Geol.-Geog., Marathon E. High, Physics, Rudolph Leutzinger, General Engineering, Sterling l-l. Puller, Political Science. 'Wm ,..-sf" X ,I College of Business 84 Public Administration l In 1953 the School of Business and Public Administration was founded on the William Volker Campus. The school hopes to create graduates who can serve in ei- ther working or managing positions and who understand human relations and how they affect economic, political, social, and cultural relationships. Students are for- tunate in having an urban campus where they can work in industry or government. Many of them being so affiliated with the Midwest Research Institute. They are en- couraged to develop projects of their own through which they will join practical ex- periences. One of these is the Student Review, published semiannually by the stu- dents alone. Since its first publishing last year, many other schools have followed the idea. Jack D. l-leysinger is dean of the School of Business and Public Administra- tion. l-le became associated with the Uni- versity in 1964. l-le is currently a member of the Missouri and Iowa Bar Associations on the Chamber of Commerce of Kansas City and a member of the Kansas City Regional Export Expansion Council. He is also on the Board of Directors for the Kan- sas City area Girl Scouts. Dean Jack D. l-leysinger Dr. Willaim Chance, Dr. Bob Keeny, Prof. Neel Proctor, Dr. Barney Able, Prof. Van Rothrock, Prof. Louis Drozda. Dr. William Eddy, Dr. Robert Lewis, Associate Deang Dr. Thomas Murphy. 66' N ,ljf n-' Prof. Paul Christianson, Dr. Bernard Sarachek, Dr. Thomas E. Miller, Prof. Robert Schrock. Left: Dr. Latheef Ahmed, Prof. James Gansohovv, Dr. Ronald Jones, Prof. James Jennings. Conservatory of Music ARCHIE N. JONES, DEAN ASSISTANT DEAN, Lyle B. Kennedy Founded in 1906, the Conservatory of Music of Kansas City did not merge with the University of Kansas City until 1959. lt is located at Warwick Boulevard and 45th Streets, approximately one mile from the Volker campus. The school's main objec- tives are the development of each student's capabilities to the highest degree in his selected field, the education of those in other fields in the appreciation of music and dance, the training in the teaching of music and dance and the role of these in the com- munity. This latter objective is given a big boost by the Kansas City Philharmonic, the Lyric Theater, the Starlight Theater, the Civic Ballet and the Civic and Youth Orches- tras. The Conservatory also maintains a center where children, high school students and adults outside the University may study. Archie N. Jones is dean of the Conservatory of Music, having become a member of the University staff in 1959. if .,,,..,w"" fm. ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, Frances L Sparks Norman E. Abelson Charmaine Asher Joanne J. Baker Richard C. Berg Thilde Beuing Robert E. Bliss Verna Brackinreed Jack L. Cassingham Walter E. Cook Stanley Deacon Jay C. Decker Charles R. Doherty Fred Duffelmeyer James W. Evans Catherine W. Farley William R. Fischer LIBRARIAN, Jack L. Ralston Faculty David A. Gordon Milton G. I-lehr W. Everett I-Iendricks Gerald E. Kemner Lyle Kennedy Wiktor Labunski Martha I-I. Longmire Irving Miller Marjorie K. Ounsvvorth Marian F. Petersen Leroy Rogemiller Jack L. Ralston Faul J. Revitt Merton Shatzkin Herbert L. Six Paul B. Sommers John Lee Swanay DX IL. .Xml lr- .Xkk Yi HAMILTON B. G. ROBINSON, DEAN Schoolof Dentistry The School of Dentistry was originally founded in 1881 as the Kansas City Den- tal College and became associated with Kansas City University in 1941. Courses are designed to offer an education lead- ing to an effective career as a dentist, so that graduates serve the public in a truly professional manner. The students are encouraged to employ new methods and tools, learning first by example, and then by experience, with emphasis placed on preventive dentistry. Undergraduate dental students are assigned to Kansas City area hospitals for experience in oral surgery. An active research program serves as a stimulus to faculty and stu- dents and includes research in tooth decay, birth defects, and the effective- ness of home care. Dr. l-lamilton B. G. Robinson is dean of the school. He be- came associated with the University in 1958. Dr. Jack E. Wells, Associate Dean, seated. Standing, and Dr. Charles C. Schooler, Assistant Professor of left to right: Dr. Russell W. Sumnicht, Assistant Dean, Dentistry. 'fi I I 1 f I 1 I l+3Wlf 4 , , f ri' XJ 3 ff Dr. Schooler, Dr. Brown, Dr. Roth. Dr. Schwartz, Dr. Sawyer, Dr. Moore. Dr. Allen, Dr. Wells, Miss Patton, Dr. Butterworth. DV- Reeve. DV- YOUVTSY DV- Baker- Dr. Lefkowitz, Dr. Herbertson, Dr. Jones, Dr. Sumnicht. Dr. Hoover, Dr. Burdick, Dr. Harvey. -is ,W v h. - is 5 a " sh, I 5 g 11 4 4 A f. .M S x X' .Chg 55: A V kt- who .. . WN- .X f. .. ww -1 W Q A, ge, f - 2- 3: -' V ' ' A-1 .wa.'4is,-fax A A sw, - Q . .... A X. . , xx- aw -- . -as - - ,3 .mfr X ,t...,. .,.. ' -, yang . X- - 1 Q'-S A X 5 .1 1 L ,Q 1 R Y t .M K . . ,E H BQ' it g' ax Q X X K S, . J X Q N Q Y Q Sw S W N Qt P S ki: IN N- XF KK X. Xt 'S . ' Q ef Q Y as , u 55 W 9 2 4 X' School of Education CALVIN E. GROSS, DEAN I The School of Education was established in 1954 and is located in Epperson House on the William Volker Campus at 52 and Cherry. This remolded castle provides a lounge, li- brary offices, classrooms and research fa- cilities. The school tries to prepare students for teaching, school administration and counseling and is aided in its job by the pub- lic schools in the Kansas City metropolitan area which co-operate by making available facilities, staff and students for observa- tion, student teaching and demonstration. Calvin E. Gross is dean of the School of Edu- cation. Previously Superintendent of the school system of New York City, he joined the University in 1965. Left to right: Dr. William A. Lewis, Dr. Mary Lee lvlarksberry, Dr. Gary Nahrstedt, Dr. Edwin R. Bailey. Q- J nf' Q "vi V Af ? '7 1 " ' 3 W 2 X g V:,,.,,.. , ,, V if" Left to right on the stairs: Dr. Shirley Hill, Dr. Richard E. l.amy, Dr. Gary E. Widmar, Dr. Don Cox, lVlr. George Miller, Mr. Russell Doll, Dr. Hugh Speer. Left to right front: Dr. Hazel Williams, Dr. Jane Berry, Dr. William Smith, Dr. Richard Dunlop, lVlr. John Sherk. Left to right on the stairs: Dr. Harrison Godfrey, Dr. William Phoenix, Dr. Ron Karraker, Dr. Young Pai, Dr. Don Williams, Mr. Gilbert Rees, Dr. Eric Gwynne-Thomas. Left to right front: Miss Margaret Dudley, Dr. Robert E. Leibert, lVlr. George Phillips, Dr. Bill E. Jessee, lVlr. Jay Bynum. E if " "-',, 4f"2 ,fm if ff? M ' cg 0 .J Mr T PATRICK D. KELLY, DEAN Schol The School of l.avv originally founded in 1895, merged with Kansas City Uni- versity in 1938. The Law Building located at 52nd and Troost within the limits of the Volker Campus, houses offices, classrooms, a lounge, a library and a moot court. The UMKC School of Law is dedicated to the purpose ofpreparing men and women for the general practice of lavv, and also for policy forming func- tions in government, business, and or- ganized community life. Emphasis is placed on a thorough knowledge of the principles, processes, and institutions of the Anglo-American system of law. The lavvyer's role as a counselor and planner is emphasized and ethical and profes- sional responsibilities of the lawyer are stressed. ln the UMKC Trial Practice program, each student during his senior year represents a real client for prepara- tion and trial of an actual case-as con- trasted vvith a moot or mock case-with a binding jury verdict. As a graduate, he will have already had his first client and have tried his first lawsuit. Patrick D. Kelly is dean of the School of Lavv. Dean Kelly addresses members of the Freshman Class of the l.avv School during Orientation. Lavv .l Clk Jim Jeans, Hubert E. Nelson, Candler S. Rogers, Eleanor Blue, Elmer Horsemen, Richard Hudson, Rudolf Hertz Marjorie Webb, John Speca, Charles Fiddler, Charles R. Purcell, William Painter, Dr. John Semlock. c rx xi School of Pharmacy LYLE W. WILLITS, ACTING DEAN. Seated, Jerry L. McLaughli The lsaac and Michael I-l. Katz Me- morial Pharmacy Building at 50th and Rockhill Road houses the School of Pharmacy. It was originally founded as the Pharmaceutical Department of the University of Kansas City in 1885. The education of men and women for the profession of pharmacy and to make them aware of their social and moral ob- ligations to community life and to public health is the main objective of the School of Pharmacy. In their junior and senior years, students visit research laboratories and view manufacturing of pharmaceuticals. l-lospital pharmacy is learned through association with Gen- eral l-lospital, Lakeside l-lospital and Research l-lospital. Leslie Eisenbrandt is dean of the School of Pharmacy. . Post. Standing, Bernard P. Grabovvski. 835595 k fi ' Left to right: Dr. Vernon A. Green, Dr. Lewis Schenker. 455 W L.eft to right: Dr. James C. New comb, Dr. Noel O. Nuessle. 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Bowman Cathy Box Barbara Boylson James Brady Robert Brammer Jeanne Branch Pamela Brandon James Branham Luther Brawner Glenn Bray Thomas Bray Francis Brenner Larry Brewer Bernard Bristow Thomas Brockman Margie Bodine Bob Bracken Penny Brooks Michael Broll Craig Brown Densel Brown Judy Brown Leigh Ann Brown Tony Brown Kay Browning Carol Bruegging Linda Browning Charles Bruscato Patsy Brzuchalski Arlie Buehlig Tim Bukovac Daniel Bullock Catherine Burkholder Phillip Burns Sally Burrows James Butcher Merv Bye Ronald Byers Robert Byrne, Jr. John Cadile FRESI-IIVIEN Gary Cadvvallader Gary Cagg David Caldwell Rose Cambiano Greg Campbell John Campbell Sandy Campbell Patricia Canfield Diane Cantrell Ken Carl Carl Carlson John Carlson Nancy Carson Charles Carter William Carter Jim Castle Berry Mae Catron James Ceacher Wayne Cerovich Dan Chadwick Blaine Chambers Stephanye Christie David Christy Donald Chesebro Vickie Choate Kenny Chiom Connie Chronic Anna Clair Vicki Clark Roger Clark Wm ,,, ,-,LM iw ,N 1501 ,- iw 1, J if JW, 6? 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Crae Clements Gary Cloninger Alvin Coby Jeff Cocayne Nancy Coffman Jackie Cohen Daniel Coit Carolyn Coker Russ Collura Patricia Colvin Leslie Combs Alan Cummings Vincie Como Georgia Condos Dennis Connole Pat Conners Kimberly Cook Curtis Cooper John Cooper Patricia Cooper Linda Corne Jackie Cotham James Courtney Roberta Cowie Robert Cox Steve Cox Dianne Craft Gregg Crane Gary Creason Karen Crites Katherine Crossley Craig Cummings Robert Curp Sherry Curtis Lehman Cypret Christopher Daggetk Patricia Daly Kathy Daly Frederick Damas Linda Damico Mike Dandliker Patricia Darby Kathleen Davies Peggy Davis Philip Davis Richard Davis Ronald Davis Sandra Davis Vickie Davis Ruby Dawson Bill Delfoor Gary Degen Jeanne Delaney Bruce De Laurier PRES!-IIVIEN Richard Del Percio Ronald Dennis John Denison John Derby Lucy De Soto Henry Determann Michael Deveney Rozanne Devine Karen Dewberry Sandra Dexter Thomas Dexter l.ivinia Dibal Donald Dickson Stephen Dillbeck Vicki Dion Robert Di Sabatino Terry Dittmer Devin Doane Art Dobbelaere Allen Dobbins Daniel Dolan Mark Dolan Mary Doad Sue Douglas Richard Downey, Jr. Ron Drain C. C. Draskovich Barbara Duchardt John Duffey, Jr. Larry Dutcher Stephanie Dye Harold Dyer John Eager Clifford Ebel Chuck Eddy Susie Edmonds James Edwards Nita Edwards Allen Eggen Judith Eidson Clada Elias Alicia Elliot Elaine Elliot Wesley Elliot Terry Ellis Marsha Ellsworth Janie Elson Sharon Engel Donna Enggas Mary Enslen Kathy Erbacher James Erhart Nancy Erickson Barbara Eslinger Qt v C' ages 13+ I M 'F s 3, ,Q mx , S X 4- xl, X s R , 'liar i xv it 52:1 R . gt Q l T + Z X-cv? Q Jil? 52 33555 Eg? is P .t XX Q? 3 K f it 3 Q .- 'li' 5 'Tl it x 2 Q: 'D df S W' k X Q ,rv ' , ,,., y Ig..., r ss. A 1 -5. ,, 41 .L k5laz,f1gi.f: K ,J l 'Ulf ans .amine N be n 6 are . VN xx B 91 i ,,,. Ig., . K wfif?1iig.E K .,,. Y K K . " . , JI ii? Sffiiiiiiils' M. ' Sigrirfki- F' Qs EN if -g Q -iv X T 2 V' Ei YN? 1:5-K . Ya mi? , Q l,l' .. ,. ' . . K A I N. X X. Q Q L., i l.. 1 i J 1 1 Q SEZ W E3 S -v . A Q xfp I xiii? 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Q ,, az, l ill 72 Daryl House ii Truman Howard A my I Richard Howe wi All Micheal Hoyt N, ,--" Gall Hubbell i Beth Huffman A + W John Huffman Jim Hughes Charles Hull Carol Humphrey Tom Humphrey ' Juoy Hurlbert ,f,iig5:vZL - iw A 55' lx ' A, i W fi l-4 W H 'W A Q, , , I , Q Colleen Hurley Vici Hurley Sara Jane Hutchison Frank Incapra Rosina Ingolia Bobbie Ingram Carl lnzerillo w Maureen Ireland p Diana lsreal Mike Irerson L- ? . f Z -f V 2 0 f f W H i f fc Y 9 Denise Jackson Rod Jackson Terry Jacoby Barbara Jaekel Brenda James Bonnie Jensen Rafeal Jimenez J W 91 4 1 Beverly Johnson f A Q , U i I it li Brenda Johnson Carolyn Johnson Jan Johnson John Johnson Paul Johnson Ron Johnson ti 14 fi V 4f li X, 4, ' ML W ' W 1 i !v-in ! W f ' .iV.vI,i If ' 'li if '1' K V A., , IW il ,. 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X PRES!-IIVIEN Graydon Kincaid Karen Kincaid Richard Kincheloe Ann King Douglas King Margaret King Patricia King Thomas King Rhonda Klapmeyer Barry Klee Larry Kleffner Ruth Kline Laura Klodt John Knapp David Knight Linda Knoth Nick Konomos Bruce Koontz Kennis Dramer Marshall Krashin Richard Krueger Dana Kruel Bill Kuklenski Larry Lackey David Lafountain Gary Lakey Roseann LaMartina Linda Lamb Cheryl Lancaster Earl Lancaster Fredric Langlotz James La Roche Ross La Roe Virginia La Sala Vincent Latona Joe Latta Marie Lauer Charlene Law Linda Ledsvvorth Peggy Lee S. D. Lee l-lenry Lega Delores Kigiho Sharlyn Lewis Larry Lile G-aynell Lindsly Mary Lippert Phyliss Litvier William Livingston Shari Loar Robert Lockard Michael Loftus Marcia Lohmeyer Edward Lohr 1 L g 1 'HN , ,ug 3, QNX? X xxx Q X X X X X .g.,..,y . X ii. i A Q 5 ,, A 5 lTxl"Mk'5' ' A-yi, i. 1,- ' 7 -f ' A .-f. W la . iflfg f Q Qs, is Q it v ' Q- .aww -4 .. A., . " ' i ii' ' 1 .3 4 L v rrsfsr L . ' - g ...I rrf- i I ' i 5 . 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S r ' if Q ,l . an si 'Q .jp .yy at Ll , P i s 'K x J rNr N it S+ .X inn P f Ronny Miller Marie Minton Sue Minturn Maryellen Mitchell Linda Moeller Katie Morse FRESI-IIVIEN Joe Montanari William Montell James Moore Jack Morgan James Moroney John Morris Robert Morris William Morrison Gary Morrow James Morten Mary Muder Linda Mullen Mike Muller Gloria Mullnix Marilyn Murdock Pat Murphy Pat Murphy Arthur Murrin Chris Myers Marsha Nance Bill Nelson Cilliar Nelson Deborah New Janet New Cecilia Nichols Ronald Nichols Carolyn Nissen Susan Noerder John Noone John Norris Mary Novack Rat Nunn Cuddles O'ConneIl Dianne O'Dell Mike Odle Roger Odneal Dawn Oestreich John Okrend Robert Olsen John O'Neal Rat O'Neal Barbara Oringderff Cecilia Orlando Ronald Ott James O'Dweyer Cathy Ozbun Marine Pabst Jo Pack FRESI-IIVIEN Lynn Packham Paula Padgett Linda Park Rosanna Parker Terry Parker Brenda Parrack Holly Passvvater Douglas Patterson Nedra Patton Robert Patton Ruth Payne Danny Peak Donna Pearce Martha Peckinpaugh Mary Peckinpaugh Linda Pelanowski Cheryl Pennington Karen Perkins Sharon Perkins Dwayne Perkins Bernadette Pernell Kathy Peterson Phillip Petrus Randall Phillips Barbara Pierce Weldon Pieters Mary Plisovvski Kenneth Plumlee Laura Potter Michael Pound Diane Povenmire Georgia Pratt Lowell Premer Robert Prevvitt Greg Price Marsha Propst Robert Province Joseph Pruett Doyle Pryor Richard Puetz Marilyn Puff Cassie Quinn Jack Quint Ken Rabeneck Nancie Roether Brock Rammel Steve Ray Kay Redden Richard Reed Jill Reeves Laura Regan Connie Reid Sharon Reynolds Donna Ries 2 7, 6 'E t -ilt L l ' str V S , ' ' v:3Sf!41'v:s5 ' , . 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S i is vxqewi-.2:.,w if '-isa .-m x R ssssds we C nttti 5, to - SXRQ it R Art 9 '3' J - 'L.."'fif"-.fbf " 'lf' - 5 .'L: M L ., iw 'M . . L. Nw . 4 ' t fx :SS in 'N - 1 :Q p e 1 . 2 WN.: g as his .K A 1 uhm ' to it of l f Lum 5 ,Q Q PRES!-IIVIEN if 4 , ' .9 P .5 1 C, gi ex' fks. p xg K .x,.' -N5 , ,, ' V" ., Q J , f- , . . gafgzsf-,5.l, .. 3355 ii K gil is gg ., N Q fr S ,tt 1555 . 1.. 45 3' t f ' ,fs - t 15351 -' 'i f J :.'ti'.K, f-im at ' - i Wi 4 'dis t 'LL ' is S""""f S Q i i J W A K 1 .it ix Ei' iii gil Kmmkkw L. 1 S . .Q - X X N NX , xii Q ia K 6 is ui ' if L'-. . P .Q 5.W.. X W . 5 X J " I 5 'y f is Qm, . e.i , ,, - .. 'X Q. ' '-'X , fi, X' Q if 'R gl gg, XL . A , in l p i Q - Q 4. HF' X. , ., . -fer?-as :s lit - " 1 p K -' x ,I - -'--- f A fi Q -ki -X Kine Riga Jeff Richards Robin Richerson Paula Riegelman Donald Riffle Christine Riley David Riley Kathleen Riley Gary Ring Jacqueline Ritter Nancy Roark Alan Roberts Dale Roberts Dave Roberts David Robinson James Roeder Edward Rogers Ken Rohrbach Carol Roos Cynthia Rose Dan Rosenfield Sandi Rosenkranz Tom Ross Margaret Roth Johnnie Roy Donald Ruf Janet Rumpf Scott Rupert Maria Rupnievvski Walter Russell Ciro Rustici Teena Rutter Steve Ruttinger JoAnn Sachett Charles Sams Sheri Samuels Don Sandker David Sanford Micheal St. Clair Mary Ann Saitta Linda Saunders Tom Scanlon Dianne Scheerer Gerald Schilling Barbara Schindler Dick Schurelz Micheal Schnepf Patricia Schneider Ralph Schoeffler Susan Schoonover Charles Schrimpf Jon Schroeder James Schuette Robert Scott FRESHIVIEN Wayne Scott L Robert Seag G -I mh h ii 5 A Jim Sebastian we Q" 3 Ik' a S gf '99 itii f R Larry Sego Q fi' if r:r'rr r'r - v Marcia Shacklett g ' y we ,. .- - '51 3 wwf i ' al X any . . "i fm Mike Shanahan in N Fifi Q I x I x Q ii ' 5 Tv? . f X . . .. .53 ,N 45 gl Z7 ESM , . Q if 1,3 ,Q gig' iz 3 V . P ,K-.xg ,bo 1 ai ,Q 5- f Q ii L. ,., Pat Shannon ,gk 1 N xl ' Rita Shaw ,X ' ' p ,, S Robert Shaw - 2' i 9' h,' Kathleen Shea .V ,S B ya E Roger Shelton xar it ,i X i Q suq 1. " 1 ', , q X 'Q' Jane Shieh Q ii y mi I t .V 'aa K' , ' 'Z i--.:.--::--,5 -f-ii S 24' B Mary Shields ,X , S b " ' i David Shipman ,,,, 1 Xe ' Q " 'B 3 N ' and .7 , . Sandi Siegrist ' h S Q ii P " ' X F Barbara Simmons 'hmi - .t i " ,:, h7VA "::'..,.. X ' Dowd Sims i i it iilii if i i A Paul Sivils f f 'R h , Rat Siiakmari it R it A if Rodney Slinker V 5? , 1 l Peter Slusarczyk Barbara Smith A X , a X' Brenda Smith X it A X4 ,.,, , Brenda Smith ii Chris Smith if A S mg' ":i'i Donald Smith if' "' H S f,b fn , ' - m Gall Smith X agp Glenn Smith E i ' Jagmille Smith ' S ' 'ii i s S ' it I Q .- SW? it R Sie i e i a 137, , iff' 5. YV 5 A isa gggw-visa: . gm - -X -.gmstfs gk Q fl is W? av R 23 'SESAM - - K 3 f ' Q W 1, If , .13 113 .. Q . ix i 1 fs as 5 S Q 3 A ,lag I . .- Q 'ss 'A NSS 3 we e ,Sf if 5 A mm at 2 gy Bm iii5EE??'L' W -i. lsr., xx - f i 4 is ' ,smir k . -, X , I L -IQ pair xa A. 4' gh. 5 - i . Wm, 32fl5?fif'ii.5 ' t t f , X 5 :EEI I 3 '-s, -X X ...gif-lf' v Yu' 'iv " N is 5 .ik 'im' ' rsr x tl 3:5 ypfsiwi ' 5, 7 , 4 X -gn' arf' 'ix P ig 2' zi, P.-ff ii Z fr X S t ,? . b 38 ,ggiisizjs 2' 1 M5 my sf fe ,G I X ., ' Qs? , PRES!-IIVIEN Jeanne Smith Kathie Smith Myron Smith Patty Smith Richard Smith Roland Smith Rose Smith Melinda Snoderly Franchie Snour Micheal Solas Paul Sooter Sherrie Soper Ronald Sorensen David Sousley Douglas Sparks Lauren Sperry Mary Spire Murgatroid Spire Justine Spot Laura Spridgen Priscillia Spriggs Barbara Spriull Margaret Squibbs Richard Stacer Carol Stafford Susan Staley Davey Stallworth Edwin Stark Janis Staupp James Stawary James Steele William Steinbrecher Clell Stephenson Robert Stevenson Jim Stevinson Darryl Stiger John Stigers Gordon Stille Jan Stites Punny Stock Karen Stockman Joe Stokes Ill Barbara Stoll Ann Stomp Laura Stone David Storey Beverly Stovall Randall Strelluf Doug Strong Nikki Stubbs Dan Sturdevant Dennis Suddath Kay Sullivan Micheal Sullivan FRESI-IMEN 5292: KV ' ' Bi" Tautphaus T Q L l T Jeannie Surain Susan Swartwood ,W H June Switzer 'ii X R rnfif g i Charles Syracuse David Syvinski Terrie Taggart yt If i f if Q Carol Talley y N g Linda Talley J M . r X org ii" ,,., L V .- Glenda Tally Q T. 7 g fm ' ,N C L ' Joseph Tapko t .-.. ka- .krki T Linda Tarter , C . Q tii,f z I t , X 5. WX M ff X X r i.. Sirk Janet Taylor Jennifer Pebbe Jim Traxter Patricia Thomas Debbie Thompson Michel Thompson J 9-HA 5 ilfnflafff E x f S i'2?TS5R:fisfiEf1igse: Paula Thompson i-" 5 al M Q Stephen Thompson Q' - ..l:: at . 3 J T. A ' T Laura Thompson - I, Q F ' ' Shirley Thurnali ' , 1- X i ,Z '5 H X l? Leona Tierney T . Steve Tipp ' rli P- 5 'i'f kr , y 3 Laura Todd Patricia Todd J j , Q I 1 wi Y . Melvin Tolliver - 'Qld - ,,'- fi N sf 2 Ted Traiz do 5 .. T i Jean Trotter kk ,N . . ik: K v-... I it K k kk ',:',:: , - . - , .. Diane Troutwine ii.: , W " I , 6, Lee Tucker K Q Beverly Tudor Joyce Tuer 1 " 'Rl ' Kenneth Tullis ag g M Cathy Turner Q . Margaret Turner yqflo , . L X X X5 1 . . - ..,i ,, .., :, , Paula Underwood Bill Unger A I ' Q g Jerry Valenti 'li 2 N Arlene Vancleave g g S' Suzan Vanderlenden - - M X , , Carla Van Hooser 1 . 2 -fslff sr A . , Susan Vargon Elizabeth Vaughn Elizabeth Velka v ,it J t Q Brenda Venable Susan Verhulst Charles Vest tiff W if is 1Nf?h.l ia A -.fi Jean Vincent Kenneth Velch William Volker Vicki Vogt rm-qi' Pat vaigm "" Eleanor Wade mari me , Ax I ' l L5 if ' 4' 1' 5 'Z My w 0 i'f-we W i I 'Q Ziff fi -3 1 A ttgi . K, tw at 4' 'Q E Ab. 2-sit! Aug I 5 kiss f X KLL '1:: :f f X il jr l . l ,f - X-.QVC gfgwi F X Reiiff. n. :iii fi i C , if 5 fi tt' X get gp R 3: F gt YQ ll, E N P' in i T z ft , 1 x H . J L .i f l , V .N '-E ,. - 1 if I 2 1 " Y' i 2 S - V h K K was ...A ,A,. 5 A " 4 3 i thi?-fff xk. - 1 f X dlp' eiw. S w Q Q f.' if. riff? " ' f fiiifitf' g as 4 ll gitfsw Mi. gif' PRES!-IIVIEN Dennis Waits Charles Walker James Walter Thomas Walters Sharon Warol Lynn Warren Willetta Washington Linda Wasserhauf Alan Waterman Carolyn Way David Way Connie Wayland Clifford Weakley Dave Weatherford Robert Wechmuller John Werloert Brenda Welch Virginia Welch Milt Welling Lavonna Welsh Gary Welty Joy Welty Jeff Wenger Joe Werner Janice Wesson Carolyn West Linda West Billie Westerhold David Western Betty Westhoff FRESI-IIVIEN Rick Wexler A G , M Joe Whalen H X . X - lm W m g ..,. 1 Jim Wheeler av r is 'E r e,e- ee ar W . Helen Whehelis . i s , -gm: M 'ee' X X .. Merge Wmte Q' Q" ..,-,. 1 .' r ff G - ' :Wasil ' Susan White ib.: , 2: .gl X . h G it '? ? 5 ,G W rr ,Q t A Sl f l l.aura Wiese ,,,h Q P Karen Wigging " ..... , G .. .,..:f is Q... . Vera White Q Q H Murray Whitehead V "" L' K ': Mary Ann Wickham ti j e, , ", w e ee . Gene Wier g A, ' 4 SR l re l rx. t G li Nil all eb Terry Willhite il y N , S- i W Gary Williams . - W . - Elizabeth Williams 3 3 V X lr h g rg v 'I' G r 3' Franklin Williams Vey f me it X i l f rlgg Jeanice Williams L illl ' " byzl e'i"r., John Williams G Lawrence Williams Myrtle Williams W ' . A Steve Williams ' un 5-,M 5 gg ' Steve Williams V 1 '-'e rr -Q as Sandra Willoughby Charles Wilson G, , W 3' f , i Gary Wilson Q, I K' . G ' Lleee Wfeelefe e ee t r G Donald Wilmer ii' 'e 'S' 4 ele ee' 4 Charles Witt Tracey WOlf if ,::.,e h ' G G Mary Wonder i XE - t l ,, ' . . JJ K . ,, I ' ,mlb is eQf ff, f e gf, 1 W ,U 2,0 W 5 H, W V.. i 4 4 iw? ix 1 Q 1 ff f f' 1 "" U " 4 W 1 if if im. Ai is 1 PRES!-IIVIEN John Wilcox Catherine Wood Kern Wood Regina Wray Frank Wrew David Wright Karen Wright Janet Wyant Daniel Wymore Marcia Yapon Bruce Yates Joseph York Gloria Young William Youngblood Eddie Zawanda Andrew Zencuznixov Tania Zencuznikov Joe Zolnovvski Tommy Zumalt SOPI-IOIVICDRES Marc Abrams Jeanette Adrian Joyce Alber Cathie Alder Marilyn Alley Teresa Alpert Lana Altman Marjorie Anderson Sherry Arnold Gerald Arrovvsmith Steve Axon Elaine Barid Linda Sue Barlett Opal Baucom Ernestine Bauhard Martin Baumgatin Frederick Bax Irene Beach Virginia Beach Diana Beatty Phyliss Beggs John Bellah Patricia Ann Bellis Robert Bergin Connis Bresnahan Berverly Bishop Kathryn Borgmier Sandra Barn Paul Boswell Mary Jane Boucher ! Eif . ll ii? - -3 x..i eff' Hx'- l f 4, fix s f -Q3-ik fx-.Q 1 B W A , ,- N 4,5 X S Nc-ff xr B . Q: K M I B B B M Bm BB 3 ' wQ""5 ti t p F 9 I Js A 3 T mm ar: xi ,. K Qi- y K' A AB f B 'vi 5 5 gxigs ,ogg g q B ,B ,RQ is , S A fy , b y . 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Bray Kent Breckenridge Barbara Britton Daniel Bradbury Fredie Broadway Kathy Broyles Sharon Brumfield Karen Bryan Len Bucldenbohn Norman Buebenclorf Danial Brumvvell Steve Byrne Sandy Cable Candy Caldwell Terry Callis Anne Cameron Cathy Campbell Philip Carclarella Cameron Carl Wilhite Carole William Carr Larry Carrier Michael Chambers Linda Chappell Gary Clirihan Sharon Clancy Marcia Clements Janice Coble Cheryl Coffman Kathy Coit Mark Cohen Steve Collins Robert Colmer John Colson Danielle Comens Nichols Compton David Cook Ernest Cox David Craig Beatty Crockett Kathy Cross Jim Curley Michael Curry Ruth Curry Mary Frances Cusumann Betty Davis Jeanette Davis Marjorie Davis Stephen Davis Ralph Day SCDPI-IOIVICDRES Thomas DeBarthe Robert Deis Joe Dekat Sandra Denton Cecilia Deringer Gregory Dexheimer Gary Don Carlos Greg Douel Jerry Doutt Michael Dressler Richard Duewel Mark Dulin Bruce Duncan Mary Jo Duncan Roy J. Duncan, Jr. Nelson Dwigat, Jr. Robert Eads Veronica Eldridge Jim Elliott Patrick Emmett Charles Engle Gene Eshleman Linda Estepp Steve Estes Barbara Fufinger David Evans Cathy Ewart Mike Eaposite Yvonne Fann Donna Fatt Anita Feingold Scott Fisher l-larney Flacks Judy Fling Larry Floyd Kathleen Flynn Beverly Foster Gary Fox Travis Foxworth David Francis Louis Francis Don Frank Doreen Franz Janis Freeman Gary Friedman Robert Friedman Victor Gallardo Betty Gaule Geoffrey Geller Douglas Gentry Jimmy Giffee Warren Gille, Jr. Beverly Ginsberg Stephen Gitterman .Jw ' '-5 J1 .gp dl? 1 . -1' a-5-1 jr f . J 1' 5 ! 'Z ,Q 4 4 H X Q4 f 1 .na N J vf. X -my a Ja Y l Z , ..,.,. uh H -ww-are V fyilffftg, J l X 43 ' 1 . NW? .. if if Mgr is f'-zwzfuv QM k " J ,V. f a 1 1'5"-H 32 - f ' .g .' UV M, Ju... ,. Q 9- , ,V-Q... ' Ulu 1 Ji !M'l S, 42' 'YM . 'fitb Jn 't . 41 ,V w ! QV ta M 4A,6 Wlwrgsi Q. lsr J 2 ma xg, fi J 2 Q..J J MQ JJ 0-fr ' ' 13. 46 ff 1- f,' 5efJg,,, 'I , M . 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'MTV '.K is ' f i e . ig 3 i w if y ,H . - - .. f K K Y nw - . - i ,T se R - jf! z .fatal-A, f "Us ' ' 1 X M, 0 A,-fi X Cary Glass Terry Goodman Janice Goodnight Jack Goodson Sonia Gorin Steven Graff Sherri Gray Jim Greenwood John Griffiths ll Marilyn Grine Merilee Haas John Haggarty Randy Halsey Jess Hamilton Ron Hammett John Handley Catherine Harbison Alan Hargis Mark Harris Stephen Harris Robert Haug Shirley Houghton Richard Haynes Bill Hazelett Cynthia Hedberg Robert Heffern Judy Heiffus Susan Heim Jim Helvey Betty Hemmen Mary Henderson Sue Henson Carl Hess Charles Himmler Arnold Hoffman David Holsworth Gary House Connie Housh Helen Howes Patricia Hubbard Nancy Huff Ron Hybarger Filippa Jacoby Connie James Linda James Cheryl Jean Jim Jemison Douglas Jensen Marine Johnson Sherry Johnson Jimmie Jones Marilyn Jones Dresnich Joy Debbie Julich SOP!-ICDIVIOR ES Shirley Juncly Pamela Juneau Susan Kappler Allan Katz Robert Keller Carol Kemmer Donald Kennedy Kenneth Weber Susan Kerstann James Kiehne James A. King Kenneth King Susan King Rozanne Kinnaman Karol Kirk l.ary D. Kistner John Klein , 1 M... y I vt 5? 1 -A f f if A -:r lgif'?,.f?? ff - , my "wi , K K ki? S ...,?. tttsi A x li.' LJVJ 1 f' - . . . 33- . fiat k.k-k Q 'ii' A "" e : 2-' ' ' U P. uur,- X., i S . ,R Eff.. HG f-v if 3 1' 5 45" Q -- S: :f,. 'S ki Q S Jonne Kling A L s l Michael Koehler A Sherry Koelling A 5 JoAnne Kogarski h Q, f " 9 if ' F 'PP gg Carol Kotsifakis ' A me X' Arthur Krebs A xi' - Jill Kubls ' Q f mx in A l ,:.. ,N S iir' lll" KS if John KUWWS BWCQ KUDKS ' ' l Kenneth Ladinsky G, ' . .. ,A Q Marie-Claude Lambert ti. b.' mr- Dvvayne Landenbergef K Q - "r' - - 5 1" ' Shirley Random . it .fi A ff 5 .ia 5:62 r 5551 . 'K SS 3 5 2 .W N : .,,.....k f-uf' .Sf me . 5: K ge. is mg X if-at tx Q x, P in W F it ,lyl ts r Q-.. X, ki wi .- :ig L e f E J. 2 t XX 1 2 lit, J . Q' l X, W X .K eve, crm: J 'ii 'S' . Ni.-'WTB' i ,- .. X . , .. , J i 33 A-5 . 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K W5 xg, , Pete Lanlfranca Larry Langford Virginia Latta Cynthis Laughlin John Layson Richard Lecuree Linda Lee Deborah Leeper Mickey Leeper Pamela Lightcap Sandra Lightle Patrick Lillarci Bill Lindsey Debbie Linton Connie Loftus Tarry Looney Hilary Louis Gary Lucas Douglass Lucille Kenneth Lutgen, Jr. Dal Ann Luther Timothy Mabbott Mary MacDonald Craig MacKoy Jack Marcum Barbara Marquett Kathryn Marshall Chris Martin Jay Dee Martin Rocky Maugh Don Marvin James May Joan Maze Mattha McBroome Janie McClary Pat McClelland Mark D. McCone John McCrary Claude McUIIar Connie McCullough Marlan McDonald George McGrady Kenneth McGuire Linda Mclntosh Betty McKenzie William McQuitty Tom McSparren James Meikle Kathy Mentesana Tim Merger Ellen Merryman JoAnne Merten Sidney Mesres SGPI-IOIVIORES Harry Meyn, Jr. Barbara Miller Bill Miller Van Miller Sal Moley Bernadine Montalto James Montgomery John Morris Jeanne Morrison Alice Moulder Richard Mungall Tony Murphy Jerry Negus Mary Nelson Troy Nelson Shirley Newton Michele Nicholas W. Byron Nicodemus Clara Norvell Carol Novak Connie Obertinu Terry O'brien Diana O'Dell Drew Officer Patrick O'Keefe Carlene O'Neal William O'Neal Paul Ordoniu Paula Ozbun Ed Parks Linda Parks David Paulsell Carolyn Payne Nancy Pellegrino Sharon Pennington Jane Perkins David Peterson Jacob Pflug Joanne Pierron Charles Pine Michael Plisowski Maureen Polson Erma Popek Larry Porter Joe Pous Helen Poznanski John Prestor Linda Price Carole Proctor Darrell Proctor Ron Pursel Nat Putnam Lawrence Quick Betty Quigley fr: 'wgl QR is X E I. fr. 'E I Q1 A . ., ng . K is ii V' 11 5' 5 i ' sign? A' SA vi lt i if S ,,, Q N :W 5 , N .ky C 2' ms N 'E' N-C P ww- li galil sw- M-. X is 5 Qi . i Y ' '19 Q1 M F ,, if X wg EN X A.. Rf as li Q N-if ef 1 Q if l C . srss 'Qi LL ,' ta - A ,Emi 3' riiriii ' it C, , -My r P C J.. g 9,5 ' Q . 'r f at '25 ' .,-- A C f ""':- f 5 L. ' Z 1. - X W rstts N P N 4 rr,l ll - 'L Q , i if 4" 5 r EN ' ' ' "i' L " C, r- f .5 ie N . sign . .. -. 'ir H X : , 5 213: , A Xt A-f ll!! 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Wm 1 Ben Tarbe Harry Taylor Vera Taylor Sharon Teague Rosanne Tesdell Stephan Theis Mike Thoelke Jim Thomas Mary Thomas Louis Thompson Terry Thompson Linda Thornton Jim Tischer Helen Tombs Ted Topolski Alan Tucker Linda Tulchinsky Stephan Tuttle Edwin Twente Michael Twiggs John Tyson Garlene Underwood Christine Usher Russell Usnick Phyliss Van Campernolle Edward VanSciver Kathleen Vest Richard Vick Steve Vogl Michael Wagner SOP!-IOIVICDFQES Sharon Gail Walden James Ware Ronald Warren Morris Warshavvsic John Weatherford Paul Wertman Nancy Weaver Jane Wells John Whalen Mary White Robert White Thomas White Angela Wiebold Betty Wiewberg Joseph Wilhelm Charles William Leslie Williams Charles Wilson Gary Wilson Donna Winfrey Linda Winkelman Mary Ann Wolak Jackie Woods Cynthia Woody Charlotte Wright Christine Wright Vicki Wyett Gregory Young Edward Zebrovvski f . . b. I. , ' my - 1 , 5 . Q : ,.,"V ...- 1 "' 5 . . : X 1 KJ sg x ...f Mists - -if -7 r G .: 1 I . 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'df--v . if vwrw JLJNIDRS l-larlic Adams Vivian Alber Charles Arehart Don Atwell Susan Baker Sherrie Bell Everett Bennett Mary Sue Blanklnship Richard Boring Betsy Bowes Richard Boyd Gary Boydston Dorothy Boyer Julie Bradley Sherry Bragg Shelia Branford Charles Breusing Vince Brink Fred Brown Richard Brown Vanita Brown Jim Buffington Robert Bunch Kathy Burgio Mary Ellen Burke Phyliss Burkholder Elizabeth Burton Judy Buthman Thomas Butterworth Preston Cain Michael Calovich Richard Carnathers Michael Carter Joe Carter Juanita Cason Brenda Cauaness Marcel Chagoyan Mary Chapman Lowell Clark William Clark Jess Cole Elizabeth Conners Dorletta Cotham Roddy Couts John Crawford Richard Green George Croaks Pamela Davis Michael Day Joseph DeBIase Sandra DeShaffon Egon Diekhoff Linda Donovitzf Mary Bona Doran JUNICDRS Dave Downing Sol Dubin Dave Duderstadt Mary Dalle Elizabeth Dunham Rex Dunn Jean Durlacher A. Robert Easter Mike Enerly David Epperson Stan Epstein Barbara Evans Cathy Evans Sandra Farr Alden Ferrara Jolenea Ferro Carol Fink Carl Finke Jarry Finke Sz, , ii , Q NX Q I W . -- , .. K 15 - i WN - wi . QQ s ws 3 v w f Jig' N if X5 y . - 1 it is f. 4 .EEL x E nk AN Q Q .W N523 , ,. X i :Q - - W. lim . ' Mildred Fishes: . william Fatzgabbons jx, g fiaiggj Karl Flink ,.5i ttt G G i '1Q. gf Terry Forrest QE. ' ' Margie Fowlston ' W Wilma Freelain Avery Freeman ii Y We Y uf s ' ' G Dallas Garrett A it WA James Garrett Jon George y. i' i V i:iii ' i53Sfs1i X 1- .. 4' gig V? - ., 5.5: 1. 5 :, 3 mv 4 ip, , 3 yn: . .,., t.,,. W ,Q:,i:i QVk,,, , , . Q' ' ' , 5 3 . - M K '1 1 .Q K 6 , Lf.. i7 ,kf-3 'I Atti G, ir ,N A i 1 ,....... H A j Viz!!-gd, W ,f 2 , ' ' r 'Q--1.1-,Q in fi v-..-r.,-,. fi I- E X , A ...r X Q L 1 Qin if ,i r -- 2 .ik 'tai N , ' K ssngsfq -: - N . ,. E . s - -V - , , , . - -- Iisxggrf 5551: , p HW. .:-: , --: -5 f pigfgseiiffgai .. S155 ' ' -, N 1 f r r ,, 5 y ar is 1 y. 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JUNIORS Georgia Gibbons Robert Gish Martha Goodding Gary Gordon Billie Gore Samuel Gradford Thomas Greer James Grohusky, Jr. James Gruther Richard Grzebinski Jan Gunderson Dick Halbert Nancy Hammond Peggy Hammett Patrick Hand 5 John Hatton Susan Hawkins Susan Hayward Andrea Heinzle Paul Helbing Judith Henkel Gregory Hermon John Hillbrand Toni Hilton Harold Himmelstein Steven B. Hobart Gerald Hodges Beverly Holmgrew Dale Holt Terry Hubbard L.ee Huntsaker George Humfield Terry Jaroby Susan Jameson W. Michael Janssen Susan Jarvis David Jenkins Robert Jennings David Jensen Beverly Jones Judy Jones Malcolm Jones Terry R. Jones William Jurkiewicz Douglas Kays Mary Elizabeth Kelly Sharon Kilgore Sunny Kirkland Larry Kirkwood Fred A. Kluska David Koran William J. Koste Gary Kretchmen Larry Krouse Q 3 yi if k 'U W W JLJNIGRS Jane Kruger Frank Krump Bill Kurtz Bill Lamanno Roy Lauber Barbara Leeper John Leftvvich Lino Lerma Cheryl L.ispi Harold Luckritz Henry Lyons Sue Lyon Kathy Madden Terry Markgraf Paul Martin Judith Matlock Maureen McCanon Thomas McDermott John McDowell Everrett McGill Marilyn McGuyre Sally McLasen Craig McMurray Gary McReynolds John Meek Karol Menzie Richard Merker Stevie Moelling Michael Moulds John Munkins f - ii,l . M ,'r' 3 f J J ff 4 Z J' , r'ii A rf A W lm f J J J J J rrrrr .gy 1 Q 40 Q Q. , 5 'M I 1 ef f ,,V.V U!! 4' J J 1 -,A M-.af , 75' ' J '.f,"" I , ' , gp , i - " r A .1 ' M - JJ "" B if-559 1 riii -ff V J ,.. 2 M V 1 it A A J , rli J 3 JJ 'J , ,, X f Juli. ff, ,, I' , . JVL4 L ,,,, y ' J' :N -:fr A .A 150' I fr 5 ,lm f J V .Q . J. J i , f --ff ' W , 4 v- 4, I . , , 'W .1 EM I, X I 33 Q f . 'iv' 'Yr I 54 V, JJ M 4 . 4 J my 2 ,, f rti J 2 1 J lilr 'H lri, 1 ' f I ,I , hd , WH , V V:,. 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M Q I m i, sl FJ.: 0 ,1 V- X K it M " ,W Frank Titterington Phylis Todd Cathy Toohey Brook Torney Joanna Townsend Richard Truman Sandy Trundle Mary Turner Vickie Turner Kittie Umscheid James Votipka Thomas Vanderpool Rosemary Van Hee Melanie Veenboer Rod Voigt Gary Walker Janie Warnock Kathy Watkins Sara Watson Irene Weinzirl James West Anne Whalen Mary Whitaker James White Vicki White Robert Whiting Ronald Williams Bruce Wilson Bob Winegar Richard Witte Robert Wolfun James Wolfgeher Bruce Woodruff Diana Woodward Stephen Wyatt l-larold Young Nancy Young Larry Yates SENIORS Lee Allard Victor Aning Robert Ballou James Biggs Lee Blaine Dane Blair Robert Bliss David Bolin Robert Brackhahn Jack Branento Robert S. Bremson Ill Vicki Bruce Frieda M. Buss Marvin Chilton James G. Clemenson Renae Cole Raymond C. Cousins Jim Cox James Cross Barbara Czech Dave Damon Judith Darby Chris Dennis Saragusta Diggs David Dunn Virgil G. England, Jr. Mary Eufinger David Fanning Jeffrey Friedman Robert Fuchs Delbert Gann Jerry Garrett Sandy Glavin Larry Gordon Jack Gorham Elizabeth Graham Norris Greer Gary Groves Joseph Guastello Reynaldo Gumucio Dale Hallam Dona Sue Hardesty Donna Harn Arnold Hazlett John Head Sharon Hellinger Marianne Herleman George Heywood Ronald Horn William Howell Ronald Hutchison Jane James Sharp Jerry Bonnie Jones r L f 'l':i J 5 5 D 'R' XX l A 'F' H-3 .i.. 'N A xgpt il, it 1 AW 1 4 Ig? 2, Xi SX N 1 X Nr N1 ' . kr Q Q , gg-.'..-3 ,. Z., ' E , . 5' -it Q,,' E 'B -f . : Q E.: ' it X Akg 5 Xi., . ' 5-- Q . fn . . QQ if' W . s XX X .. A f Q X XXX rw X Q .X 7.551 . - f. W. 'XR -iii! 'L ' . X. X . Qi W it 8 -K Q . - X 3 J M 1 fi., af: 1,1-z - uv ,,-' T5 K l Qi R-is ... to i ' Z 4, - cg,-f ' 'Li ix ,. .. . .W Y se sazsaeff V Q... .. Q wk R xo 2 ,Qisfii 'iii . xiii mx .,.. . . - Wg... . gage: -gf 2 gif' S -X- I V' l v?-X J 1' QQ- . Nix X Iii S 8 ... . H .1 if ...s. 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Kuhle Harry Lane Gary l.asister Judith Leva ' Clifford Linhardt Sally Magana l-larold Magariel James Mahr John Mallory David Manjes George Marks Kenneth Marolt Mary Patricia Marshall Donald G. Martin Ronald Mason Robert Mays Dan McAuliffe Edward McClure Edie McCIurg Richard McCulloch SENIORS Caol McDole l.aVonne McGee Richard Merritt George Meyer Phyllis Miceli Marshall Miller Jerome Milstein Tom Mitchell Joan Moore Maury Morris Gary Moyer Shelia Nagels Ruben Navarro Gail Nelson Thomas Nigro Jerry Nowlin Geraldine Oglesby Janelle Owens Micheal Ozbun Kit Patterson Linda Pearson Phyliss Pehr William Picket Christine Plog Bob Podvesker Cynthia Robinson William Roche Om Rattan John Romito Richard Rosen Edith Rosenbrook Thomas Rogenbogen Mayio Revollo Al Rupf Sharon Ruskin Ann Marie Ryan Michael Sabin Andrew Saunders Gerald Sasser Lawrence Schaefer Rosemary Schafer Larry Schaffer Elizabeth Schmidt Roland Schmidt Jeffrey Schwimmer Jacqueline Seligson Vicki Sharpe Michael Shipley Donald Shields Robert Sillman Jana Sims Gary Sloan Thaine Snowbarger Lorelee Spruill , it .i C Q Q f x it att if " 2 'Q X an fi-Qriswv..-. , A P' ' ' C - in , ' i:r-h il ' Q ""' , ' . 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T VA an .J-X 4-of , SENICDRS l.ee Staley Richard Steffens, Jr. Margaret Steinbaoher William Stobbe Larry Stoops Linda Stuart Juanita Thomas Richard Wahler Betty Walls James Wardlovy George Wasemiller John Weaver Bill Webber Edward Weil David West Darella Whitmore Judy Wightman David Wildman Bill Williams Patricia Wilson Sue Ellen Wilt Douglas Wood Elizabeth Wood Y GRADUATE STUDENTS Elizabeth Appelbaum Annette Block Ronald Bowman Frank Bremer Ernst Cambron Harry Carlton Richard Carr Michael Chu Andrew Clippard Carmeline Dowell Janis Duley Mary Jane Frank Roger Frank Virginia Franklin Margaret Ann Frick Dilip B. Gandnl Carolyn Garrison William Grimes Steve Hansen Donald Henrickson James Heryer Jack Hill Orin Hiltner Gary Horner Donna Hunt Lawrence Jacobson Robert Johnston Jye Kang Yonct Sool Kim Christopher Koehler if v x gt.. Q35 'U df -nijx, 1 "wa-, - 'gn- ...f v X z., it if , 1 .5 , f it foil if '-A B s g "-55? Q EQ fy B J :Q xi rtt il? 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Us A - X xv... ,ima 5 5 its - .. :iii-.ik . . lgfiggq 1 - .fl i ...XL . - Q1 gf N hy! . . fsiggig.. i s Sigiiif ' Wit: Z ur M. . t 4 its ' ni .gl www Q12 if f ww, it i - .V gi x f Nw t Q30 3 X 5 A E iii SSRN . X . 151 ,- - if A -iw - - .. fx: xt -5 f. I .wt- 10 J.,-...xt was John Kretschmann Robert Lehmann Jonathan Mahlanza Fred Marcus Q. Benton McConnell James McCreary Patrick McLear George Metz Thomas Miller Robert Mladic Fausto H. Mora Ronald Morgan Charles Morrison Matuku Mutinca Ernestine Paintor Lynn Penticuff Terence Phillips Sara Jane Riblet Ronald Rien James Robinson Gilda Roitman John Samsel Robert Samuel Billie Schmidt J. Schnell Rudolph Sese Elliot Shubert Gerlclean Spurling John Stewart Rosa Suarez Judith Travostino Jack West John Paul White Ron Wright Raymond D. Yocom Irving Zucker 'uw ' . 'W' ,JAJW ww 45, ,. ,M :QQ I ,fismgfgflsffffzwp f fzwixffwf- ff-:A 1.-W , ' if 'S 9 P ,,a- ff 7,L:pV5g4WQ I ,-, : Y w H ' ' , 5 fav ff fm , Q 4 5 2 H ?f ? K 'B 'Wx gsiness i :lministration ?f W . aw it xv E+ i g A 'divx JUNIDRS Herb Adkins Arnold Allen Kenneth Arens Michael Beard Tom Brackhahn Robert Chizek Michael Curley Gregory Howie Robert Janes Richard Johnson Wayne Jones Tom Lambertz Bob Lange Howard Lubovv David Manning Ron Marchisio Tom Marks Roy Maurer Timothy Meeker Jim McDonald Carolyn Orr John Randazzo James Reese David Reineke Michael Sanders Paul Schenke Richard Schoegler Jackson Ware, Jr. Nicholas Svvischer Phillip Watlington Frank J. Werner Gary West John Yancey SENIDRS Brian Bayne Donald Bridgeforth Robert Davidson Dexter Dayton Charles DeFeo Larry DeLong Frederick Findley William Fisher Richard Ford Leonard Gershman Raul Gramms Gary Green 94 1- QKW K-gs .., r 5552 - -. R IAM. , ffSEQ'iZ:i??fQ. . , mmf?-ff . . 0 N ,W m l' . ,tgj ff , can 'Q 5 Q 1' rp.: R N X Qi t ' X .3- is . wi 4 , iJ t ss -1 A- ' 1 -- 1154 . K ,A K E 1 .. E ,K F ff'f'1i1-" 1 - isfgsim, ' L, . .9 . .' ' r tl, ' .0 is i - jf' cms S5 S iw M W it N . F B -QA A Q3 I -f .. ' V ' - iw-mf: L Q T'-S555 W? il K r K -ami 1 F Q, , , K S.. s 4 L Q35 in s it : KKK K KKK 1 if N-rf - .." Vi? N-of :Z L YN' l K4 :Q ' . 92 Q fi, 3:52 ix . Puff, is v fa 4 J, :msg-,. 1 . f .Q - fs' 6 2 11 '-..i if x 1' ww . l W ' Qi 5 f K K, f L as -T. a s a Q 1 3-fs ......... PII- 'fu -- "L K xg, Q X 6 if N st to is x 5 X Y SENIORS f Xifdlel' ' ' . Mir- f1l.,fl1.. mwilj' ' 'i' .z X f f51il:,i'l'iffilE2f'l? 1 if ' iiifiilljf ff n " "" AQ . 'K . -, . ,Zim afliifw , , , 4 'l11 ?!r wa' f?Xifi""' M1115 .. " f.. 'ani , V f ,V . - - A - lui -f W Jw P5 r W A, wi, .-- 05? ,Q pray' ' ' K ' ?l '11 ' W '51- f if -uf .Q-qv i ' , Hia.: . W . ,, ',". - ' " ' "V 1 E?iiEZ:VgV . Wfy 74 Q f ' GRADUATES f 71 1 f ,ff Y f I J.. ,af M ff I H ,lgf pil ,. Fi 2:33555 if ge .K ? ff, Ze, f . i A W... , V VN. V .ah ,M 1. A In 1, JJ V f aff' af f' , 4, I "1 wx A M S ,ff ,, 25 sift? rjfr ,. 5,-i f ly rf- 'V ' will 1 ,AV M, .gf ,iw J' ' 2413 f 2 il, wir , f f f w e f l Q 'msziizflfihi Qi.. " wli, 1.41 ,i L- f. , . , , ,. . iff A C ,fl 4 E, . .gg 51 5? A ,ff '1,. , griw f Haw . Kenneth Hageman Barry Hoffman Benny B. lnzerillo Alan Jewell Kent Kirtley Lawrence Lewis Lee lVlcGraw Peter lvlomett Larry Pering Richard Leroy Perkins Eddie L. Reed John Ryan Lee Sellmeyer Charles Sherrill Alan Shields Sid Spry Donald Stein Willis Snyder Nicholas Swisher Bob Weinstein Lawrence White Micheal A. Whitney John A. Wilkinson Russell Wilson Jerry Woolard Robert Barosh Patrick J. Caldwell Edward Carter Frank Corrigan Pierre Grace, Jr. Gale Hankins Don Henry Aldo Leker Raymond Mitchell Louis Richardson Jack Sands Rv,uw:mRv OF mu ,5sp . H A Conservatory 7. . H' Q ! I F Music: 1114.55 U Will W El M PRES!-IIVIEN Ronnie Baker Chryse Bohlman H Q ' f L.. A Gayle Braden "L" , L qi Janice Branch Glen Briscoe Lee Bruegger l. . :.f7Q-Sissy: .gl5ggg.L A . 55 4 .,:,., X M Jacquelyn Burgett Elizabeth Bushard Westley Clark Vernamae Coll ,S Melody Courson ' ' x h Kenneth Crawford Q' x Marcella Dell S77 P John Donaldson g " Iris Eaton 'L -dv Connie Fuiley K Rita Gaskill - M im if , Patricia Gardner 'Af ' Jerry Gasau Rebecca Goble 1 b Linda GFLJDD - Q . . V Corrine Guili Y id' Virginia Hopkins L X X Sharon Kelley 'Q:.,, Y ' igf ,QR Stephen Lewis ' Sherry Lyons Ei C :", K Kathleen McClure 3 g q Remember O'Connor .-:ef S ' Q' Carol Piane A G - S 'F Marilyn Richardson . ji 1 t J- if-1 T' Trish Ricnwine Judy Rockwell - Deborah Russell . cg, 8 . X 1 David Sager Judith Schehrer Lf' C K b ii ffl, Janet Simmons - gifs! , X. 'N was fs. Q X X K S iii Elwanda Smith Robert Spann, Jr Christina Tumbull Carol Thomas Margaret Lyson Elizabeth Votaw Tarlene Wilson Shirley Witherill 'X . X? . ky JZ Es i -K f i 5 if V 3 wt Q t 1 sq 5 . . , X X xx it i Q liffivi Xfgigii K K W X N is kilt i X 1 X v Q33 +G.. QP S X wif' Y M 0' p ' Y f Q 1' ' ' -- ii ,L ty C , Nw , M ZE. Y i s W3 1 wt, 5 I ' wif J s,,Q 1 55:15 l 1 ,Q ffl syiz- if 1 ' Mw eifef. Q f 5 i f i 4 4? , 'Hr SOP!-ICDMORES Vg., V J ,. ,Z.. A W F . , v 'W ' E 'Q f"-f 1 MW-gi . J -4, V x A f vw I if ' Q , - , WY Qg..,,., '- . ffyfgi' xv -' I F M , .::Z" " 1 V V ,,,. , l ' , qi , -. ww ,-:, , A, , ' I r V , ,jf , 1' ff , , if A A717 7 V ,.. .H - A ' ff 'k" .Qs " fs' Q K f , X535 2 A 5 , W ,sq l I :f,., I 3 ..,, , A - V' H f VV In f 4 ' "TJ , 5 vw 'Z Nw li N ? .: 1 .. il ,, A f, 4 A .,.. iv in lf Q f fif 4 32, I 5 fahx rf -.ffpsgt ' 48? 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W ,ff Aviiiii If ' V si a ' 4 il'i'ifi J l , f f ff! , , , -3 if , gf V i 7t7A?7f75Qf'f', l'ihl iC?Wi'I:,f" .,,. , iff' fs, Y ff f, 0 " I Gary Adams Jane Bair Karen Ciolek Paul Cummings Dixie Davis Larry DeMoss Stanley Dobbs Penny Fray John Gray Jody l-lart Gail l-leideman Jeannette lndelicato Elizabeth Lenhert Bill Long David Madden Michael Madden Bill Maress Karen McQuity Greg Meise Fred Mellenbruch Andrew Mills Anita Mooneyham Donna Moore Paula Pursell Roger Revell Kenneth Rigdon Norma Runyan Linda Ruzich l.yle Sherer Beverly Shroyer Judy Singmaster Florence Smith Alarice Spletstoser Kathy Stodden Betty Jo Stubblefield Jennifer Williams James Wilson Margaret Wilson JUNIORS Ann Bath Margaret Bohrer David Ciabaugh Charla Edmiston Ottolene Gast Kathy Gorrell LaVeta Guffey Marvin l-lart Linda Herrin Ruie Ann Ireland Errol Jackson Patty Maxey Jay Mitchell Kathy Mount Forest Philpott Dan Roberts William Simpson John Titterington Nancy Toynes Ray Trotter Gerald Wass Nelle Williams Pamela Willis M x 4-vw ": X , g 119 i - U Q "4 XX d X K 1 Q w SQ. -X N599 'fra X "" , , 7 "" , - E .?'s','g-.iii 1 .Id JM, it t -H t M of, ,Mb i A kk Q ft. . ,as - itl , .. , is was n s 4 'kgf' -.fxf in fx S: 3 3 3 ' JL.. yt Y if fs 5 W W K it . X..k 15 y 1 , . , in 1 Q 'Q Z i -If ' 'V 659 I k ' . ' . M .. ,ff , i iii is y . Q- i A i 3' in -w ff' 'W 'L , 1 X " ig-.. 1, . 'qv . W "'- K ' mi' N ' ,Q .Ly.A. qw y a y A . . ,ly . RQ 35 Lat.. ty. ,ns - as ' M P f ' fi? 5 V- i-l - ,f..,,,.,,, ,y I' b Ulf. , ., 155 N' Q H g-. .A -6 si V m .. at Ng .ff S52 K K -1 " . . i x, f .. - 1 . g , .Fila 4 ,, ,. ,im . M I kiwi? 1' .5 X A 3 A 'IQ ,N 'N' -, Ng - swift 'g J fi... g A -A V -3 Q -...Di 5 ,gg ...A 'rin -sgrv' vi' . X . J - 1 X, N. I Aix xS.X,L5f i fit. wg ,an- 46 avi 'Q' , , N X .. SENIORS Diana Carnvvell Tom Cummings Leonard l-l. Demoss Richard L. Gibson Linda l-lenslee Kit Kubis Sara Lomox Mary Lujon Carl Moore l-lelge O'Toole Nelson E. Pardo Tom Plaster . John C. Sawyer O. Roger Seward Diana Silverman Elna Worts X, D 6 9 1 . we . w 9 'HA ,. . 1 if' f . , . Q 2 f f, 'F' 4' -' - 'Elf' 41S:'z53?H5g? E T 6, .. g X' is . I vw . : -L. 4 f S N N 1 5 -,,- . ,+ 'KU' S' -me S 'PHT ... K . GRADUATE Margaret Athey Charles Doherty Seymour Gopman James Hitchcock Suzanne Holley Tom A. Miller Margaret North Jesse Peterson R. D. Pickett Dorothy Purtle Ronald Thies Ronald Whiting iOi A gentle hancl ancl a quiet voice calm any fears this young patient may have. Dentistry requires the cooperation of both dentist and assistant. Conferences at the clinic are part of a dentist's training. School o E ! Dentistry Oral surgery requires great patience and skill, and a steady hand 4 ,W Iv DENTAL g ', g g 'f,. 3 - Q t 1 L' f . f 55 ' 5 H I A I' i . i ' ... . A , if 9 A A f,:',,, C 3' Ff l- , l1. 4,.... it f ,,. wX---. R H Ns J. i f i N All ' 1 1 S P '.,., sw 5. :gg I t N . IW A C . V H-5. X ii' rg' N N it sol-lool. FRESH IVI EN .1 i' vw xx . . 'ns i V5 xi . iF. "" 5 i t X vs.: J, I X - 1 W y " :SV xl . M K K. A -' w,i..svLSf' iz: ii' D X X K . i . sa f ' . ' ' lf L i i f . Q Gary Ace Robert Adams Kenneth Adamson James Andrews Donald J. Batliner Jerry Benson John Berry Tom Bono Robert Bourne Karl Bradford Ronald N. Brown Thomas Bunton Robert Butler John Carnahen David Christensen George Christian H. Leon Clendenew I.. Brett Collins Monte Clumsky Anthony Corrao Don Crow Gary Crowley Dio Lloyd Daily Stanley Drevets Jerold Elrod Robert Ennis James W. Fanning Jon Ficken Joe Figlino Raymond Finke Gerald Foley David Freeman Milton Fujiuchi l.emont Gee Armand Giannini Thomas P. Glancy Wayne Goodin Byron Goodrick Jeffrey Graves Ron Graves Philip Gravino David Greenhalgh Paul lvl. Gregory, Jr. Shelby Gregory Richard Hague Royce lvl. Hammons Pat Hardman Fred Hearn James lvl. Hobbs Philip Hopper Jerry Howard Robert lgo Ronald E. Jennings Stephan Jones DENTAL sol-lool. FR ESI-I IVI EN James Jouret Kerry Kaelke Larry Kanning Robert L. Kauffman Bill Kent Norman Klayman Gene Koop Wooclie Lackey Jay Lagree James Lamb Anthony LaSalle Charles Leffler Vic Lopez Cecil Lujin Gerald Martincich Robert Maurer James McConnell Grant Merritt Gary Miller Jay Mills Robert Molinaro Dennis Morehart Steve Morrow Gary Murphy Dennis Thaine Myers Roger Nail Terry Niehaus Robert W. Oliver ll Brian Palmer Dennis Parsons lV'V V ' 2? VV -r : Q ' i i J J ,,,, AAIV ' 'I' A I lik :Q f fi ,"' f - fi, iw V, W. 'Q M 1? 1 .VH V' 1 wt 'fr M. mfiffitffi f Q M12 :tw ' fi , 'islr J , QM 97 . -I ff , 461 f fa J Q A S W t W Q if 4, W, at W 1, , , M l,,, .41 W if f m ir' M 'W ' " ' , 4-Z E . ' 'w'. g Vi . , .4,. V 'on' f I ' . AAZV Y W 2' am fl T iw Eg! Q10 V 9 VV, I ,,A ,Y 'f s if s V,h:V Vvvv AI James Payne Barry Penner Dale Purkeypile James Rehm LeRoy Richardson William L. Roberts George Robertson Donald Segawa Michael Shultz G. Dale Sibel Ronald Silvius Douglas M. Slawson David Snyder John Stark Saunders Steiman Robert Stites Eldon St. Jeor Elgin Strahm Roger Suchman James C. Suit Carmac Taylor, Jr. Mike Thompson Charles Tucker John C. Upp, Jr. Larell C. Van Dyke Roger Van l-lorn Robert Vit Wendell Walton Ronald Wehner Loren Wendelburg Dean White David Wiksten Paul Wilkerson DENTAL sci-lool. SQPI-IGIVIQRES Ramon J. Aberle Robert R. Adams Kent Aitken Bruce Albright Leo Anderson Ron Ashley Tom Bagby Robert Barbe Laurence B. Benton Richard Black Fred Blythe Chris Breitenbach Curt Brookover Jack Brown William Buchanan Newt Burton Gerald Butler John C. Clark Guy Cleverley Marvin Clothier Kenneth Cox John Cramer Kim Davidson John W. Davis Donald Dennington Bruce Dunn Phillip Elliot Larry Evans Nelson Farney Jerry Fankhauser Theodore Fricke Jim Gartrell Harold Goya Wayne Graham George Grammer Gary Grantham Ron Grout James K. Hahn William J. Harris Richard Harrison Ed Henslee J. Warren Hildreth William Hodgson Lee Ingram Gene Ireland David Irvin Leo F. Johnson, Jr. Mike Johnson Dave Johnston Laurence J. Johnston Gary Jones Donald Jump Nick Kanakares William Kieper 5 !P N, 'X L x - V - ww .X J W lg . ' Eff f rg Q! tt!! , . , .,-.,,- M, x . K 'K ' -q.. K J 1 ak " Ei? - f 6 X K K -we s ll '.1 is :.: 1 ' 'g f 15' is 5 X1 5 sg N, at H:-P .. fi R ml 3 N -N' "' Q'H?'w+ as X N . , B Q. . . , ss f 2 - we 1 -v w 3 5 -qw. , ., 5 J ... ' i b.,:w ..l-.i Y Q J S S 5533 w X x A E. . . , ii3f-ig 9 New DENTAL sci-lool. SOPI-IOIVIORES , f,,f, .:,f3,w, , , Q t y i l l l ,i , I 4630? Q C, VVV ,Q . 1? 1, '-4 ,iu V iiftri r ' V.,, ,, VV 2 ' " " " : R l s 4 Vg,, J J ' V , :-+, 2 V,,,. S if ' ,, -. D r R' ir Q H 5 AAZA ' i-- I ,,'. V V ' - f fvfz r ' ' A r ,, -, Afug' V . "5' 'f ' " ffl' ' A , V A 'Z":'V Q -1. J W' .V Z ' I 2 Q ,,f, ,,,,,Vg, C i, , ,,,, 5? A -,.,. 3 ""1f,,, , . , ,J 'N-y......,f1......... Mike Kippenberger Richard Knubley Larry Kuhlman John Lambert Sam Landers Tom Lawrence Jim Logan Marvin Ludlow Jerry Lundgrin Kenneth Lyle David Maddox Larry F. Madsen William Maness Harry Martin Dean Mason Robert Maul Barry Meador Bob Mobley Terrol Myers William Owen Robert Oxford Donald Nelson Lowell Newfield James Nicholas Dick Perryman Ronald Peters Dennis Ritner Ed Rrechter Ronald Price Ronald Protzman .Jw DENTAL sol-iool. SOIDI-ICIVIORES Phillip Ray David Reece Kenneth Reed Mike Reynolds Edward Robison Don Rogers Roger Rupp Howard Schneider Dan Sedlak Thomas Shanks Ben Sherman Floyd Skarky Woodallen G. Snyder Willis Snyder William Spear Steve Spiegler John Stone Donald F. Swartz David Taylor Randolph Thomason David Uffens Jerry Wagner George H. Watkins, Jr. Ray Webber Jim West Gary Whiteside William Wiggans Robert Wilber G. Phillip Wymore i . ,.,..,- 1 i . t tw i A0 . VW, t , . A is ff 611 ?! ll I X 9 if 42? A ig .1 ' 1 '- A45 mg 7 X 2 Mi X 0 5 ff? if ff ' 1 4 " 4 'w f I 'WW ,m 1 4 as ,Q 'mln v W - iw K 'Wu 39 DENTAL sol-lool. J U N ICRS W W- fl H ', W? ' 'Q 'V f'. if "'l :" i ' W ' ,, 'i' I V1 'f, . 4 ,Y 6"" 'I 67,27 'i.li A '-V. . Q A 5 W if H A if 9 4 1 K 4 'Nz , l I 1,. J y lc. 5 , 49' 5 KVI? Q 1, f , hug: A 105 I , Q m S A A .9155 h i WBA X 2 ' M' f' i,1 i" I ' f - V"' V ' ff X .1 WA, " , A G, it i I ,i X f Z .1 ,UIQ 5 ff ' - is A 5 ,i t mv 44 : .. lil l y, W-2,1 ,, . ,, V S VVVV if V , , iz, V I I i K 3 mx C, ',Y mg, QV-A D, L ' , Y? Q J lu 6 l V ' , ' 2 f .: Q79 lf! ' . 3 7 t v ng ,,, , .. A X f , 1 A ,fam ,' A ,I " ' wi ,, .,,- , . Lf" 'W 5' Keith Acheson Robert J. Adams John Alder Jack M. Allen Bob Arms Bob Barnhart Neal Bilyew Dan Blackwell Donald Botkin Richard Brazee Don Butterfield Keith Brown Craig Carter Walter Clendenen Harry H. Cook Henry Cosentino David Culver Richard Devine Gary Dicks Michael Dix J. Dennis Dlabal Howard Downs John du Plessis Bruce Evans Gary Evert Tim Ezmari Barry Farmer John Fletcher John Gardner Irl Gladfelter, Jr. Bob Gross Tom Haller Tucker Haltom Boyd Harris Terrance Harris Winfred D. Harris D. E. Harrington David Harrison Jerry Hart Phil Held Robert Henson Van Henson R. Lamar Hetherington John Howard Jerry John Howard Johnson Ronald Jones James Jory Michael Kahler Fred Kapple Larry Kerns John Killip Herb Klein John Koehler Roger Krase Fred Krueger John Ladas George Lasater David Lindley Gary Livingston Alfred Lopez Don Macauley Rodger Maechtlen Larry Maloney Ted Maple B. J. Martin Peter Mashimo W. R. Mcl-largue George McNevish Merrill Moody Thomas Munger, Ill Hal Neibling Gene Neubauer Zeny Ocean Richard Peppard James Pestinger, J Larry Peterson Joe Phillips William Phillips Robert Pitts Don Pracht Robert Rosevear Lonnie Prince Robert Riegel ' u WGN. E H2 i 1 I' it ...-iii" DENTAL SCHOOL JUNIORS i ,',' . i i is V W i ii if Z' l W? gif , ww., f T-'A ,aff r .y -T u f- ,Q f lL, T VIA X A j X 'V A VV,Vh M . V A l., , v :, 5 A 2 :M i RTT. r- . it 'ffl' ' F.' H3 if , Q if vii in Zi, 5' 4 'T , If' vi" WN L? 49 3, f' Thomas Serviss Darrell Smith G. Terry Soesbe Charles Squire Ronald Strader Phillip Strain Raul Sullivan Richard Swartz Morris Talbert Chuck Thompson Dave Thornton Ralph M. Thurman Thomas Tyson Clyde Umaki l.evvis Vann Joe Watskey O. A. Watson Ronald Watson Robert West Ron West John Wightman Ernest Williams Buck Wilson Howard Wilt Fred Winters Brant Worthington Ron J. Wright Jerry Young Vic Zuercher .. , . ,.. ,....,M...... .se .X Us 3 wx Of , f 2 Qlizx -if . Y vm !f5f'l Mgmt M wir 25 M Q if' - John C. Allen George Antonatos James R. Anderson Tipton J. Asher Douglas W. Avery John B. Askew Verwin W. Balsiger, Jr Terry L. Barton Lonnie J. Bevens Emilio R. Biosca Howard B. Bradbury Charles L. Bryan Joseph F. Burket ll Stephen B. Clark Jan L. Cobble Wren Cohenour James R. Cole Kenneth C. Colerick William M. Croom Robert B. Davis William W. Davis Kelly B. Deeter Richard L. DeVaughn Larry A. Dickson Rodney C. Dubois W. A. Ferguson, Jr. Clifford W. Freidline Larry R. Good Bruce L. Graves Floyd S. Hall Ronald D. Harden Michael L. Harner Eric T. Helland Don B. Heninger Jimmy W. Hively Terry W. Hopkins Forest R. Irons Newton W. Jones, Jr. John K. Kiesendahl Larry E. Kingsley Frederick J. Knapp Keith L. Kreutziger Donald D. Lambert Estel L. Landreth Richard A. Lee Vernon G. Lee Derrill S. Loberg Ronald M. Longanecker Jorge J. Madamba Larry N. Magnuson Keith A. Martin Keith D. McGranahan Jary L. McLean Richard J. Melina Robert E. Menees, Jr. Barto L. Mitchell David M. Mitchell Robert C. Moe Michael L. Morgan Christopher H. Morton Paul Murakami Bobby L. Murphy James H. Mutti Jerry D. Nichols Jerry M. Nossaman Donald G. Nosworthy Enrique A. Oti Max H. Patterson Donald l. Pfuetze Frederick W. Pirk Tim E. Poling Richard K. Powell ,n 4 l lm rn, if? vwfi' , fi ' iifliiisg 1 f Q, f tri., .Q 2 f 'V iiff . " ."7: lglhv, .' :H " M . M , . .Z Z . fl 1 fi.:-xg Charles J. Purma, ll Lawrence E. Rauh Dennis Ready Paul Rebek John K. Richter Ronald G. Roark Glenn B. Robertson Larry J. Rush George R. Ruwwe Murton Schreiber Jay G. Sekavec Larry D. Sheldon Ronald Shipman Rex K. Smith William S. Spanger John P. Spurlin Terrence E. Syler Russell S. Tabata Jerry F. Taintor Royce G. Thomas Marvin W. Thompson Wayne Thompson Robert B. Todd, Jr. Jerry J. Vernon James R. Wade Robert L. Ward David Wardlaw Charles E. Webber Theodore Wiklund, Ill Amos R. Williams Steven R. Wilson Thomas H. Wrenn, lll Joe L. Wright Ralph E. Younger Gary D. Zuck 45x55 tim up-jf' ii? 'Q Ott, V Wav ,im 'Q GRADUATE Brent Benkelman, D.D.S. Byrl Blount, D.D.S. David Callender, D.D.S. Martin Craven, D.D.S. John DeGooyer, D.D.S. Dean Dyer, D.D.S. William Hoffman, D.D.S. Jess G. Maize, D.D.S. Kenneth Matthews, D.D.S. Robert McPherson, D.D.S. Ward Meyerhoeffer, D.D.S. James Miller, D.D.S. Terrence Schneider, D.M.D Robert Simpson, D.D.S. AI Stevnenberg, D.D.S. Robert Toth, D.D.S. Thomas Watts, D.D.S. Bernard White, D.D.S. Sperry Zervas, D.D.S. nw. 1 '!".."' K R i . i 2 r 3 MARILYN RATTON, DIRECTOR OF DENTAL HYGIENE DENTAI The Dental Hygiene Program is an 18 month accelerated course which prepares its students for a career in the Dental pro- fession. After a period of classroom and lab study, the girls give Dental Health Educa- tion and oral prophylaxis at the Dental Clinic. As part of their training program, the Dental Hygienists work at Mercy Hospital and the Karnes Elementary School giving instruction in Dental Health Education. The Dental Hygiene Program is expand- ing, as evidenced this year by the accep- tance of a class of 31, the largest in the history of the program. The First Year Hygienists read the Dental Hygiene oath at their capping ceremony on January 29, 1967. YGIENE iv? ha-an Mary Jo Curtin, president of the First Year class, delivers the acceptance speech at the Capping ceremony on be- half of her class. 'X l - . Jan Chisholm officially becomes a Second Year Hygienist as Miss Patton places the cap on her head. Kathy Altvater is congratulated by Dean Robinson on her graduation. Newly capped Hygienists gather together after the ceremony. DENTAL I-IYGIENISTS Jean Beck Elizabeth Bellante Pamela Briery Margo Broadbent Janet Chisholm Karen Crow Mary Jo Curtin Susan Downey Mary Ann Dyer Alice I-lamanishi Rebecca l-lesser Daryl l-loltgrieve Margaret Jordan Sheila Ketrick Marilyn Laham Mary Ellen Leopold Gayle Little Barbara Mayogoitia Mona Mitchell Marilyn Shreve G. Reed Sandy Skubish Janis Thomsen Ann York H, N3 1 , K .. ,,. X F"Z'X95ls9Q.2fTf95 .", Nr' Qfgfzgefgssfisfizg ND in xii' - -I " Al x + 1 ,QQ ,, M. X X X tx s. 5 ie: fy Ss' M 1 .I-91:6 , WN 451' i W". 1 rw- ya, :qi .- w el ' r rx Q, -3 '74 V' ' 5?-5, ,A2,,, ,ef-W . ' f' 234'-,:'fg' L1 ,l x ,ga iw x f Q P gif I Ma f 'IK 5 5 f , l,ll 1 r 1 V,,w' fl W e l it ' Q lll 'i'i' ZCLL it ' . . 1. - K H ff: ' S ,. , .Lk-SEQ? I 6' N J "Q L uf f x VM E353 DENTAL I-IYGIENISTS in ,BB k mah ff' GW- , , 1 , .. un Al f Ei? -f . J , g,,,l 19' I if fd ' v fn, 2 , 'vw new 'Z if , ,,V, ,I , , f. f '12 , 32? Q ,pf ,QHL l'2.'Q as l W W' . M .v g X W x f , 'ii Amelia Altvater Jamie Brown Judy Crews Chata Davis Donna Davis Teresa Dodd Janice Eck Anne Ferrell Sharon Fields Valerie Fry Sharon Galley Pamela Groskopp Wallis Gunn Kay l-leclrick Cheryl Kavanaugh Judy McNaughton Marie Miller Linda Rutledge Mary Ann Schaeffer Barbara Sheldon Kay Shubert Mary Martha Stevens Pam West Jane Whipple i r my 121 5 at ...ff Mary Ann Schaeffer works under tne supervisor's watchful eye. Linda Rutledge smiles to reassure her young patient that it vvon't hurt. W we Es II X.. Kay Hedricks concentrates on her 9:30 appointment Y tt... A , x -V v- Xi School of Education AX ft- Epperson l-louse is the stately old mansion that novv houses the School of Education. The winding staircases of Epperson are familiar to all. ' 'fax Students in the School of Education find some time for relaxation between classes. r gif JLJNIORS Jerry Annunzio Sharon BeVier Elaine Boucher Linda Boyd Jimmy Brackhahn Irma Brown Margery Bryan Karen Clarck Larry Colletti Marylin Colley James Cornell Micheal Del Percio Mary Dewey Nancy Dusty Judith Gallun Paula Girolami Joyce l-lamam Jean I-larris Carolyn l-leavner David l-leter Glenna l-lufstedler Wilma Jarvis Pete Jones Katherine Koutsoubos Elaine Krueger Joyce Larson Claudine Leonard Candace Ludeke Suzanne Magee Woodyne Mann Cheryl May Jean Mc Collough Diane Mielke Ann Michler Carolyn Moore Sherry Marrison Clara Newcomb Sandie Nelson Kay Plaster Barbara Schneider Sharon Shorney Sheryl Smoot Marian Tesson Cathleen Thies Terry Thomas Cynthia Aoelker Jo Whiteaker Gloria Wolverton Beverly Wright gifs' ,Q E SE? N ..- ' sw, 'Q X -if . ,., 1 r ffl .523 A hi E ! A :.. .S J f,,..jn J l aw" , i s ? l, Q S R N W f Y my X QW x xg 19:6 l Q' "" sv? XS ' x gms 'B Q N 5 P 1. ,sf l :L is N . 9, J of f 41 .N 'vi f.-...-- -. . -f., f NZ .- w-'sim :- K if .-kk K S ' ' 'QQ, S .fr Q4 7 s 2' . 939+ 'Q x lssse J J , K s .h S pgiifif "f"f " l e - ' Jn A 4 K - . . 1 .. :nav My .. . . . as . , V X X t i . , 31. :agar R f T iki t 5533 S sz t X 35: Q f og N 5523 I -' ""' "' ' 3, ' . l --,L V - 1 ,. ...., as s aalt if - ' 7- sl SENICDRS Cynthia Altug Sandra Barrett James Carter Walter Clark Carol Cline Sarah Cogshell Susan Crosby Nancy Jo Davis Kay Derr Carolyn Duff Elaine Durand Betty Jo Eaton Sheri Ficken Barbara Grantham Joann Hall Audrey l-lamrick Ingrid Hix Joe Hunsley Bernerd Jacobson Shirley Johnson Plinda Kaiser Donna Kennedy Carrie Kirk Kim Kirkpatrick John Kistner Teri Kovach Nancy Kvaternick Phyllis Ledford Meta l..eMay Teri Lym Margolis hlflq,-5 SENIORS Marjorie Morris Angela Marlo Mary Ann Marlow Sharon Marsh Mildred Martin Jan Menor Ruth Miller Marjorie Mitchell Judith Myers Carole Owsley Betty Pearson Virginia Pellegrino Jean Poje Karen Ride-out Lena Posser Roger Shepherd Francis Smith Rose Ann Soligo Richard Starks Florine Vantuyl Sandra Watkins Aurther Weers June Weintraub Jeannette Williamson Patricia Worley Qs.-H ex:-. L ,Q . .ff-as fx 'wi 1 X . mf 5: .sim . -Q .. iss 'KK Q Y 231 xv li 131 xx- f- Sars Q5 in Dennis Yeager Q , is ix ,ca-I vi 'K F.-f . W 2 L L Q .g 7 wg s 'Q 511' :vt ix 5? 1 7 so it f , ,fn .nm fl if J -wx A if . 9' arf, is f 1 x .- , 1 .ks li' awk, -5 . jk M -Sv Q13 QTY? f " 1 9 1 'fry " I 27464 "' ' , 1 . N t 9 1, Q l ' , Z I ' 4 , eg ,f S ,,i',.!f.V7 Ami? www, ,yu . .ss k , W X X if, A H TB if v f . 3, wg U w lk. Yi w. x 5 " f Q ' ' , .fs V . , . fd X 'QW' 1 1 5 .S-' Ph . wks GRADUATE STUDENTS Angel Blaine 5 'N l . M 5 ,ily , A June Bule 2 Q Q EQ Q W . John Burke I Donna Croucher A, S James Comer ! Q, 5K E Jacquelyne DeMoss Barbara Foster y P K .- -. Sue Fremerman , Donna Glosgow S, e .: James Glasgow Danny l-losfiedd Eathel Johnson A l Hazel Johnson 3 lv Q it il - ' if AN-N John Johnson l1 fl .2 i' 'ff LIKT f 3 Robert Kretchmen N Shirley Lacey S x:: ' . lj ' " V Y Homer Longsdorf l lm Faye McReynolds ' ff. f f ? I 3 Kaushalya Madan ' A A h . . , Carolyn Moore ILW " X - ,ool aoo . T L t sos S 1 li og R N' " N Linda Moore in T 'o1'l Robert Morrisey - ' , Q T ' Marilyn Minson Q :': ix' ' H f AA 4 Morien Noland S ' ' fnfx . . ll' sg Claude Patterson in ' 'sgg 5 .. h Fred Pyron 'Q T -L., J- Q f P 1 fu QQ 3 William Rhoades ual: hyoofgy ,ih , Q , q":' Betty Riccarcli A M Angelyne Richardson X'li A it ,-A A T ., b A in 2 , Laona Stanley l '-E. ,M ..,-. .-. 9, X K N A Sk, , . K A Judlth Strong l -.:N" Q fi ' :qyrq fzfil ug -.., b F, Y l,,T-fv -L T Pat Telgeh 5 L' I .. -f gl! A Deborah Thomas ' IT' - jg ..."' H ' Lavilla Walker w if A ii Lysle Weeks Susan Williams f25?Ti1??iS1Vi-1 7 ! if?" N , "HQ .:,. Ifniihl . ' um. .. Soho University of Missouri at Kansas City, School of Law located on the Volker Campus at 52nd and Rockhill Road. The Law Library provides room and material for prospective lawyers and practicing law- yers researching cases. f Lavv UMKC coecls invade the law library to study. Hours of study and research go into class preparation Terry Allen Lawrence Banks Richard Bergstrom Paul Binggeli Donald C. Bollard lll Robert Buchanan Larry Butcher James Cleary Jr. J. K. Farrar James Fitzpatrick James Goar Ronald Gold Dennis Gooden Joseph Hamilton Cliff Hamley Larry Henderson Jerome Herdon James Hutton Andrew Krohn Phillip Larson Roy Y. Leeper Peter Levi Brian McCrink Jack Miller Dan Morisseau Paul Phillips George Owen Joseph Mulvihill George Mosbauer William B. Prugh Randolph Scott James B. Simmons William Simmons Conrad Spirrison William Threlfall Robert Ulrich John T. Verbanic Charles Vernon Giles Wade Steve Webster l3O FRESI-IIVIEN QM 5' ,,., ,, , 4 P' 4 ww Q25 M w fy : 93 'ai J W .,,f , , 4 2 K 9 i. fill? 46? ,ac Jiri? it I .W..7.. f ,,.,., .W , iw li J J . Ji ti i A 4. ' it J 4 , 91 ii': . . I 1 X ai . i Na . ,A . 2,e2.W,.,. I ig -5 x mx K 'V ,fat H92 ww A f l GPI-IOIVIORES John Gladden Judith Graham ' y Wayne Graham Hi Richard Halliburton Charles Myers ' f 1' David E. Bailey Edward E. Bailey Jerry C. Bowlin Joseph B. Bowman John S. Burchfield James M. Byerley lvan Paul Camp Donald J. Campbell Burton C. Chang Thomas D. Cochran Judith Ann Collins John M. Crawford Truman K. Eldridge George M. Fatall Ronald M. Feder George M. Fenner Max K. Forinash Phillip L. Fraas Doyle D. Furnell Robert A. Gershuny William D. Goetze Robert E. Gould Michael D. Gragert George A. Groneman Richard J. Habiger Roger B. Hall Vinnie B. Harmon Clarence W. Hawk David R. Hills Hal Edward Hunter Gerard D. lngenthron Harold F. Jordan George E. Kapke Robert M. Kaplan Joseph Neuroth R. Larry Schneider Thomas Thompson FRESI-IMEN CNot Picturedb James M. Kerr Jesse T. Knutter Daniel J. Kocher Robert C. Lenz Michael A. McDaniel Marvin L. Maloney Michael E. Minton Thomas A. Mockobey David A. Montgomery Leland W. Negaard Ernest H. Neighbor Rudolph S. Palma Robert N. Peck Richard H. Ralston Robert W. Reed John A. Sanders Sandra L. Schermerhorn Richard D. Shannon, Jr. John A. Sharp Bruce W. Simon Bradshaw Smith Richard C. Sprong Norma K. Stamps Dennis J. Stewart William E. Taylor George A. Tyree Stephan R. Vaughn John Vazbys Charles D. Vincent David C. Walker Thomas C. Wallingford Alex Weaver Ronald S. Weiss Donald L. Zemites SDPHOMORES CNot Picturedh Robert R. Beeler Thomas M. Bradshaw Melvin J. Bright Charles L. Brumfield Thomas J. Caenen Stephan Conway Ricky G. Davis Burdette Fullerton Charles H. Greene, Ill Gary E. Haggerty Gary E. Lowe Warren W. McCoy Michael F. McCurdy Larry D. McEnroe Walter J. O'Toole, Jr. Robert G. Schafer Robert J. Segawa Donald E. Smith Allen S. Verhulst Raymond L. Webb Michael Albano Gary Altman James Christenson Robert Davidow Mike Dorsey John M. Edgar Michael D. Fitzgerald Thomas Foster Ora James Gibson Reggie Giffin Eddie Kryselmire Howard Levitan Michele Monley James Parkison Lindsey Scott David Welte Gary Altman Howard Bodney Carl Chinnery Jack Cochran Elliot Goldstein Hollis Hanover Jon Krebbs Edward W. Kriss Newman McAllister Michael McAuley Lonnie Shalton Walter Simpson Richard Sjarda Lawrence Tittle Betsy Ann Travostino Ronald Zolotor JUNIORS Kiwi ' W ,. Ag f' fa? f - fi. - 'ii' if 71 95 x, T' 'X SENIORS rw 48 . D f-nw .uv . ml Q35 ,MQ bf gm' I 'E' W J 'EQ J If gl r jf I Shi r " r My V gififiiif' fm . W if Q ,gf ,L , in sl 5 l ,. ,Ms -cw ,,,- 2 f "5 13 E 'l if , ..,.:,,: 4' Sv kv MH' Dana Badgerow James D. Baker John P. Biscanin John Blanchat Rosella L. Bunch Roger G. Burnett Lyell H. Carver Marshall Caskey Cecil L. Caulkins Carl A. Cline John L. Compton John E. Craig Joseph A. Crites Lawrence L. Dieker John G. Dorsey David M. Dwyer James L. Eisenbrandt Darrel W. Frogley Roger L. Garrison Steven L. Graff Delbert D. Haley John M. Hensel David W. Atkinson George F. Bellemere, Ill Willard B. Bunch Doris V. Byers Wesley D. Coleman Raymond L. DeGasperi Lloyd F. Diekman Richard E. Duggan Ben C. Friedman Marcus W. Gile Gerald L. Herrin Ralph M. Humphreys Michael J. Hogan Leo M. Kelly JLJNIORS CNot Picturedl Pamela A. Hoelzel William O. lsenhour, Jr David H. Jackson Betty J. Johnson Francis B. Kueser Keith Larson Patrick McAnany William H. Mahannah Joseph A. Nigro, Jr. George M. O'Neal David T. Oxler John T. Peak Thomas B. Phillips, lll Louis C. Rasmussen John Readey Michael Romain Leland M. Shurin Thomas M. Skates Barry Spack Charles L. Stitt Gregory A. Swartz James R. Wagner Ronald R. Wood Donald E. Klaasen Leon G. Lants F. Lee Major, lll John G. Miller James S. Millett Franklin K. Nichols Julius Oswald James P. Regan Gerald B. Renyer David A. Sawyer David L. Wells Paul A. White Allan W. Zimmerman School of Pharmacy Q 5 Rf ? i J - Q gg? 5155? A A y Nil' 'Q' 'D ' z 4, if Q ,,, f ,gs-fr Q. W, - '-' w A i V f ' N' 'f i - J ww I ax W. Ni x f e ,- fX,+gf r, if J . N .4j' fs ' s '- r X x v 1' . ' 'L' I " V 5 4, ,ww s X zgfwfa Q 4 Q17 A -Q ., f 4 an arf! few?-W 5 , S 2, ,A , 4 mf f , ff, 4 4 f fi I W5 ' fi ' V ,, ,,,, 1 4 " " " " " ww-' x 1 ,k., , ka., A fi 1 "fn 1. ,C f , . . , . N Y JH , W ,f 1 Michael Aleksaites Leonard Baumhill Earl Best Dennis Bond Juares Bradfield John Chesmey Eldon Colemen Terry Connor Larry Cowst Chris Cramer Rod Doyle Web Foster Mary Ann Gruen Alfred Hammons Dennis Hendrickson Larry King Craig Leonard Richard Loyd John Littrell Robert Myers Gerald Nance Robert Regier Michael Stephens Veronica Szigetty Patricia Young Russell McCamy Ronald Reese Steve Anderson Gary Beaty Sister Anne Vincent Besond Max Bullock John Dast William Dillinger Frank Fisher Robert Friedman Leroy Graham Larry Hartell Allen Hicks Clair Homman Thomas Ludden William McHugh Dennis Newham George Oestreich Vincent Perry William Prather PRES!-IIVIEN K' ., Q: ' , V' we . I S L ig .... 3 y A -'-iltamts-,:.' -, . f 1 r , ' ' w egssif i5ff1?ii'Y '- .fix .,s Q If 1' ' ' . ea i - Q F, kk .G G: ' K K ,Q 2.5 xg 3-if--A L f W A tylsg A I , Q i E 1 xg .ff 4 5 ,gf . 1 .Q ,Li 'K' f -:-,s-:,-:wg f... :--v- .1g2fai i'l ikj1Agf,'.'l ' i N . gt A K S U? - ' " ' Q i 'T - ' ZW i fi ' ' 'A - I " Q. ',',55.- f ' 1 M.: ,,?:2:: I Q Lis 7: IE ' i Vit., ., V 4 z L SCDPHCDIVICDRES 'NR sicisr ww H, -" Y R 4 ' Ghlhiiifi W , ,gif Kd? w il' A Maffi ' 1 E: mix" 'i .A Nl' ff Si f , ll- W. - - . ' Q ldici , ' ' A ' ' w mr x A at Q 'sis it-3 , si - N ,, V 2 A-,sf-" SGP!-IOIVIORES Y Q M Lous Proctor , F A J ,Q AVZ. F George Rishmany ":' Pc rr, -4 - V vif Y John Savage 7 J' Lkf 5 Vr ' Christina Scholdberg J, ,r.r 1 'V ri , ,V , r, 12 Louis Toback - Q ' 5 J ' SS- F M Michael Wilson 1 iiii J -fia Kennett Asher, Jr J. 3 i 'i 5 W it l John Barr J ,ri + "' - V Roger Benas in V A , '-' Thomas Clark 5, . ,ff fifii Morris Deewall Russell Donnell .vW,, QV g 5 James Ennis 5 ' ,Q ,SN - I I . ,, . l f., t rial WA 5' James GDSOH , 4,51 A if ' xv- Y , :gg Carl Haines I ir Illl A . ,1.1 6 ill Y g z i n ,V ,M W Steven , Dan l-lawman lyl, Q A Bill Kernohan L V L 1 c. ,J Q , Jig fc ' ,Q , .,., , it ,uh W f 1 bf 32 M' bm W , we r 5 if ,V,,,V 4 ,i Q -4' ai'7"3"X?7fiiii:fz:'g l- '1 , f wililfgsgafi' . .W 1 i V , Q ' A ifzgjliflwfzli' 1 , ga4g1,:y.f:4ggl-'. , V , , f f ' YN, J K I , , I, x X -.2 'f'ffw,,A,,., ,mv-1 ' it 0? L54 ,.,,, -. , , fs mv " fwfw , Donald Leach Alan Levine Patrick Magee William Maleski Evan McNemar Frank Newkirk Jim Newman Charles Norris Grary Ravis Jack Smith Michael Smith Dale Stafford James Tlghman Robert Whalen Robert Wilson Grace Albano William T. Beloermeyer Roger Bredehoft Roger Burnett Diana Burton Clinton Claybaker John Craig William A. Cremer Robert Day Jim Fitzpatrick Richard E. Ford Linda Garton James Gracheck Gary Green Jerome Herdan Marie Hornecker Benny B. lnzerillo William O. lsenhour, Jr. Donald Leach Laurence B. Leamer Melvin Lessing Eddie C. Kryselmeyer Lawrence Lewis Mary Owens Richard Leroy Perkins James Pessetto Roger Prock Clarence L. Province Eddie L. Reed William Simons Jerry Stevenson Susan Strotts Benny Thomas Robert Ulrich Giles L. Wade Bill R. Waltrip Gerald Winegardner Frederick Woodruff Milton Ziman Jerry A. Burton Ramesh Choksi Eugene Heath Melvin Lessing William D. McDougall Leslie A. Riblet SENICDRS 1 A -i lx ' . 9 -vw' N 33 we XX X N xx X X X Ns. QXXNSRX, X X X w 'P N QQ X 5 . Xu . si . Xi. I M. 'HQ s fi nw jfs 5 A .- , it . asf! H e . i 9"""" X . .pqfufw - gi-WNY? ' ,.. f .,f4s1w.X . , X E..-If - . Hifi . .XX ,A QL: , . X . . .i-V' ' 1. Zh KALV L .X Aykiv 4- .:A.-A . .:::. Au ..., , fn. - on . 5551515 w,. Xi,-sg? GRADUATES qv' R, . Q my .f S QF " ESQ - I W . - , .QE M - -- .': 1-fs . . X X? NX ifw X X PM Q N X X N . an i XX X X l Qi? mg W' NX N NX 'N' x X i X12 . 'Q 1- Q 'B A '4' M V. 'FK W. Q 13, l . pgs Y -Q " at ip X ,R .A .i,g'..:if2i1S'.1 ' 4 ..,..,,-55 . fi My i. if Q . ,.. , Vi glflfr x Ie 3 5 X QQ .3 .N ' X. 'SX N WF Jerry Burton fills a prescription in the UMKC Dispensary as part of his training. r S it UMKC Pharmacy students spend many long hours in the labs as they work to perfect their knowledge of drugs and their effect. -2 'S WW UJCUZIPO ITI'l'I""I- gr,-"'Q,f 'Q Campus Events ......... 142 Theater . . . . . 174 Dorms... ...l8O M2 Kim Kirkpatrick and Marshall Miller, Orienta- tion co-chairmen. Bob Brackhahn, President of the All Student Association. "Smile, we're here to help you!" Grientation Orientation is the University's official program to introduce incoming students to the rigors and routines of campus life. Programs presented by students and faculty point out that a college is not all Work but not all play. Cafeel' C 'man Anderson, and Kim Kirkpatrick. ...ff An impromptu discussion with Bill Sands. hancellor's reception-Bob Brackhahn, Chancellor Randall M. Whaley, Mrs. Whaley, A beautiful display of individual culture-Activi ties in Action. 44 Checking in . . . ,fwfr Registration is a fairly simple procedure. A student enters Pierson l-lall, enroHs in tne courses he has onosen for the semester, obtains his "admit-to-class" cards waits for a time to gain the Dean's approval, pays his fees, and leaves. Sound simple? Filling out . . . Standing up . . . ' V 'S f,fmsi:nv,imm' ' -"g.::.i,, , , lm if Xwls X V Sitting down x ?s4 a.27Z ,!f,,f-:5g, 1 ' 1- ' , Mew V ' Deciding . . . Signing . . Begging . . . A Waiting .F Buying Paying ,alll FL i --. W' L 1 -..- X L 1 ,iff ...,'v' Ei s P mn i Smiling . . more waiting . . Studying? if , Y ,ff ii K f J Y .. W, ' 1 V i Ing, 1 :1 1 ' -L..-4, ' 5 My . if , N i vf f- X 1 R ,I -,I I K ,vlfinifv ,, :I N5 V I " ' I ' Y 7 ' i Q V ,, , V,V,, I ' ' at V I ,if ff A , ff f li 7 ' f, . ' ii W' ' , ' 4 ' ii 'Q ' if fi ' i e fh i, ,,, 1, a MHZ!! fn 'af f V 1 .f ' i, , ii i e Z ' ' ' f , ' ' ' Ziff 1 A if ,f , 1 f f i , ' '1 'X a 4 ' " 1 5 5 t 5 ' ' ' "f ' L if 4, Q i ,,i,i i -A Q , 2 y 'V In K t, if ' f' ' i f , V A ,,:z 4 , Z K V I .4 1 , A , 4 ' A L H ' J , i - ' if 2 4 A Z , 'AA 4 Q ji ,Y iii Q I 'L 3 ,M V I f , , ,n i 1 g ' iw., i ' , M 7' 4 - a ' ' 5 ,. Z 'yy il, W 1 i i i J mia. i fu-limi Chi Omega rushed its perspective members in serious talks, laughing, singing. anticipation, tradition. lt's weeks of preparation falling into place. lt's the final bid! lt's hugs, handshakes, and friendship. Punch-pouring is a prerequisite for allhostesses during rush week. Gary Sloan makes a pitch for T K E. Rush . . . brings anxiety, confusion, . . . . brings fun, parties, lifelong friendships, Pacific. 3 . is Q S . I c ,bt ...,.........--n-n LECTURES JEAN PIERRE HALLET French Author VALERY TSARSIS Russian Poet BENNETT CERF I-iumorist, Author DICK GREGORY Humorist . CHAD MITCHELL THE YOUNG AMERICANS WE FIVE 4 HW Christmas Displays The Tekes put up a good front despite the weather. ADPi's vveren't jacking around to get this job finished. 'M "All talk and no action, eh boys!" . . . a campus tradition. All groups on campus are invited to submit entries. No matter who wins, each display is a warm Christmas greeting, spreading cheer to all the students at UMKC. This year's winners: Outdoor Display-Tau Kappa Epsilon Indoor Display-Delta Chi Outdoor Display-Tau Kappa Epsilon Indoor Display-Delta Chi Maureen, Monte and Charlie worked hard this year on the Chi Omega display. -'L gtg, 'H 5'DQrwQ UNO at lf.-rf ai"1iw5fl,'2,m,,, f a rg Q za aLl lgfiga Have DOW fuffiin e W .L ,. L2 5 I , I ffwdfs - , M , W'-sw , X Z Loading the buses was the first step . . . There were hundreds of miles of bidding and passing. I A warm chalet greeted the skiers on cold days. ri p . . . a Winter holiday. Semester break, when the mind needs a break, brings the annual ski trip. Whether it is restful or not, is questionable, but it is a week full of skiing, card games, relaxing by a fire, skiing, making new friends, ' and skiing. The way back to Kansas City is filled with tales of exploits only Olympic skiers could match. i Nl.. .. ..:M..,:, gi UMKC skiers Dan Bale, Pat Stafford, and Steve Gitterman wait at the top of the slopes. sf 'I' Wi'-'5'4.n nw. ' . 4: ,, fi First time off the ski jump can be breathtaking A game of Bridge is relaxing after a day on the slopes. Elections .Xxx W Kemp ,L fx fn st ?o l -6' i E A f w "0-Z'l' it Many long hours went into making elaborate posters that covered the campus for the week before the election. 158 Doyle Pryor and Tani Hilton made posters as well as making speeches Quss Usnick went all out to make himself known on campus, and vvon. Every available place was used to mark the ballots-this year, for the first time in many, the ballots offered a choice of candidates. Dan McAuliffe, election commissioner, tries to smooth out last minute problems. BUIVI FRIDAY Parade Mu Phi Epsilon captured honors with "Alice in Mu Phi Land" Car. The Delta Chi float featured a kanga- roo fthey claim it's not Caseyl properly attired for the occasion. A parade of record length disrupted sedate strollers on the Plaza, and sig naled the opening of Bum Friday events. ' F ffasflvfwp af ' .5-so f if Q? Tau Kappa Epsilon took lst place in the song division. Monte and Roddy Ragar were judged the best individual talent. l l TALENT SHOW 'f I' l Al Katz, emcee, was in charge of organizing the Talent Snow. N73 l:3l:AI-QLJS, BAR-B-Q and a TUG CTWAR All contestants in the beard-growing contest are deter- mined that theirs is the finest. VYKQ. 2523? , . J ...pr-" fi The Bar-B-Q proves to be one of the most popular Bum Friday events. iz Delta Chi men-of-steel prove their strength. MM' ,, V,,, A I 1 2 t 0 y. ..XXv K ,5 K BUIVI FRIDAY DANCE Bum Friday activities were rounded off Friday evening by a dance held at the Center. Upstairs in Pierson l-lall, the Jimmy Tucker orchestra held forth, while downstairs those with something a little faster in mind danced to the Fabulous Flippers. QN- Q .MJ 163 Anxious faces wait for the next roll of the dice Steve Moelling fingers his "money" while Bob Weinstein ponders the cards . . . Apparently "4" isn't his lucky number . . . A record crowd jammed Pierson Hall for the 1966 Sno-Ball. Chancellor Whaley, Mrs. Deborah Norman, and Tani Hilton presided over the corona- tion ceremony for lvliss Frances Smith, who was chosen Sno-Ball Queen. Sno-Ball attendants and the Queen. Diana Cornwell, Betsy Bowes, Frances Smith, Queen, Charla Edmis ton, Amina lvlahamadi, Susan Hayward. INTERNATIONAL BANQUET The International Banquet is an annual campus and community event sponsored by the Cosmopolitan Club. lt features an enticing menu of foreign food which is prepared and served by members of the club. The banquet has become very popular in the Kansas City area, and this year the demand for tickets forced it to move into the more spacious Pierson Hall. The International Banquet has re- ceived television coverage by local stations. Some seemed right at home with the menu, vvhile others vvere a bit more vvary. Miss I-larton, the club's advisor, pitched in when an extra hand was needed. X if! .x If R AISI: fi? V1 if I ' 1 iv. INTERNATIONAL DANCE qv' During Intermission international students performed dances from their home lands. I .. 1 xg, f if Qi. - 'f rg" N 2- 1- International students who are residents of the Kansas City area, as well as members of the com- munity attend the annual International Night Dance. SI-'QNSQRI-D BY THI- CCDSMQPQI ITAN CLUB 'W 4525. x f" 1 X . 'hm QQ i W 1 Q., A . 5 1 9' 9 'Y ff? ,A IVIOST EASCINATING IVIAN Ron l-lorn BLJIVI FRIDAY QUEEN Sharon I-lellinger Q' EP sg- x S: I . gf X X far ,V ,M "' I I-H4 l xx uf wg , I D 5. v k.vh ,Qiv. ' !,:f , , I S E af.. l A, . YL .iff Beverly Stovall, Tani Hilton, Roddy Ragar Sharon Marshall Miller, Pat Bruce Kathy Powers, Welch, Dan McAuliffe. Karen Hendrix, Mary Ellen Burke M 3 Eg, 'J ' W 2 4 ' .W 5 1' - "' 77212 W ' X mfg , 9 41 - ff 5 1 fb RCN SHARON I-ICDRN HELLINGEFQ 112 ' . NEW LIBRARY EOR UMKC! .K 4 M-' Rx, .9-LN K l LIBRARY BUILDING-UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI AT KANSAS CITV, MISSOURI Construction contracts for the S3 mil- lion library building at UMKC were ap- proved this year by the Board of Curators of the University of Missouri. The Office of Education of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare made a 31 million grant toward construction of the building and the other S2 million for the building was appropriated by the Missouri legislature during the 1965 session. The general con- struction contract was awarded to the Ben- nett Construction Company. The new library will house 450,000 volumes and provide study space for 1,200 students through the use of study tables l72 and a large number of individual study car- rels. Conference and typing rooms will be available for student and staff use and a special storage area for microfilm is planned. The building will be of modern design and have an exterior of rough textured A unique feature of the library bridge leading from Fifty-first the main entrance. Extending bridge will be an open-air patio serve as a student lounge and limestone. will be a street to under the which will study area. The library will be built near the central area of the campus north of Fifty- first street and west of Rockhill. 'OWN AIA ARCHQTECTS I- ENGINEER Chancellor Whaley and Dr. Dr. Randall M. Whaley, UMKC Chan- cellor, expressed his delight that work on the library had finally begun. "This will be the first new academic building to be started on the UMKC campus since the merger of the private University of Kansas City and the University of Mis- souri system in 1963. In the months and years ahead, many more new buildings will be added to the UMKC campus, but probably none will be more important than this one in terms of what it means to our total academic program." Kenneth LaBudde, Director of Libraries, discuss features of the new library. ,Q-q. M X.: 4 , 5 -. y ik M ,V ,, h,,,,m 1,4 at f H ew " :diy " f We 1.1 ' DYLAN Direction by Patricia Mcllrath. Sound by Sam Scott. I The death of a poet has a-special significance for he goes. -Goddard Lieberson Design and Lighting by Max Beatty. Costumes by Vincent J. Scassel Iati. Dylan CJim Assadl tells Caitlin CLynn Cohenl of his plans to go to New York. usp he takes part of our youth with him when Guests at a society party are appalled at DyIan's raucous conduct. Patrons of the White Horse Tavern watch as Dylan is thrown out TUBE HTZiilUl,iiiii Siiliiliiiiii iiiiliiii' BY EUGENE LABICHE AND MARC-MICHEL English translation by Lynn and Theodore Hoffman Direction by Robin Humphrey Sound by Sam S. Scott Costumes by Vincent I. Scassellati Design and Lighting by Max Beatty Tavernier 4Everett IVIcGiID demands that Fadinard CRichard Brovvnb return the Italian Straw Hat to Anais CSarah Kuhnl. lim The chase ends where it began-and the Straw Hat is discovered. wi .L JN' "Everything's off, my son," seems to be the only answer Fadinard can get from Nonancourt fRichard Pilcherj, the father of Helene CVicki Bruceb. l l l l Even crashing a party at the home of the Baroness de Champigny did not disclose the whereabouts of the ltalian Straw l-lat. The University Playhouse And l The Conservatory of Music In The Beggars Opera CThe 18th Century Ballad Operab By JOHN GAY Mrs. Peachum CDaIeen Rustmanj, Polly Uanis Duleyl, and Peachurn KBOD Elliottj. The Beggar CRick Philcnerh talks to the mob before the hanging of Macneatn Uoel Martini The Peachums talk with Lockit CDick Brown? in a tense moment The fair ladies dance to please Macheath. www' west X - i 5 3 ST 5. K Q E' J-BOARD. Sandy Skubish, Vicki White, Linda Winkelman, Pres. J-BOARD: John Chesney, AI Katz, Pres., Gary Zimmer- man. Not Pictured: Dave Wildman, Jim Kiehne, Dave Hollsvvorth, Rod Doyle. I 181 Rod Doyle, Dave Wildman, Men's J-Board Members. ,tw-+wse4wfgf Mrs. Betty Carlson, House Mother Joe Phillips, Head Resident g 1212 K- QW! V Resident Assistants Bob Podvesker Frank Newkirk Jim Tilghman Bob Jennings Bob Gross Residents' Football Team . F WX , rv' nr? X . Xl. ,L U , . ,fin if ,Q , . ,... ' . . Q wr 'N' -- .S Q., ...U l 'YJ'-..' ,T -A ,-1 ,JA--it , . A The Dorm Football Team represented the residents ing: Jim Kiehne, Frank Mora, Jim Giffee, Cary Williams, this year during the intramural season. Seated: Rick Jack Littrell. Roland, Greg Atkins, Archie Smith, Don Sims. Stand- The Dental profession is absorbing vvork, even during off hours. 5 -fox fx! l Marilyn Laham and Allan Katz . . . Team unknown! But would you believe Marilyn is in Dental Hygiene? 4 Before a night of studying . . . E k ' 5 1 : 7 -'-' i 69' 'W V Even the roving photographer couIdn't wake up Sue! and after. ii ,55,,,, -rr 4? 4 I Z if 'A' Qvffwz, ia 211,55 A man needs a little something before tackling a job like that . . . , l' lA l l Study sessions often lead to other topics of conversation. ,. A, A hasty good-night from the top of the stairs is often all that time allows . . . 1 m,i,,.lg Wan QE Treadway Hall Nancy Lewellan, supervisor in the "Key-Wing", and Judy Jones mix up "Hayes Goulash", a dorm favorite. Treadway Hall, the old Brookside Hotel, was purchased this year by the LJKC Board of Trustees as an additional dormitory for the univer- sity students. lt provides housing for single and married students. Treadway has an atmosphere all its own. lts residents include faculty, staff, and students, and they have special privileges and facilities. Al- though some of the rooms are of the dorm variety, the building also has apartments with kitchenettes. Single women under 21 were involved in a "Key-Wing" experiment this year, which the Housing office hopes to continue in the future. The main challenge for most single residents of Treadway seems to be buying and cooking their own food, but the general opinion of the new quarters is quite favorable. A loaf of bread . . .a mug of milk. . . and then we'lI study!!'? ggi 7 "M k'-v W.t..,,. M... 1 ,ff Kyff Jye Kang and Bill Eisenberg take a quick look at notes before a test Maureen Hayes, famous for her culinary expertise, selects some music for clining. U7XI'l'IITIIUGU 43 MJ... is-:"E',f '-K Sooiel ................... Service ariol Professional 192 Q26 'BSQR E N SN am PAN!-IEl.I.ENIC COUNCIL Marjorie Thomas, Treasurer, Sherry Koellingq Kathy Watkins, Secretary, Tani Hilton, President, Mrs. Devorah L. Norman, Advisor. K INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Forestal Lawton, Howard l.ubow, Treasurer, Gary l.asister, President, Victor Aning, Dan McAul- iffe, Secretary, Pat Emmett, Ron l-lybarger, Jim Stevvert, Michael Tvviggs, Jim Brackhahn, Dean Widmar, Advisor, Rudolph Sese, Al Levine, Vice-President, Richard Se-rkes. The Inter-Fraternity Council and the Panhellenic Association are the gov- erning bodies of the social fraternities and sororities on campus. This year, working in cooperation with one another, the IFC and Panhellenic put on Greek Week to promote closer cooperation among Greeks and in March held an Eas- ter egg hunt for the children of Mercy Hospital. Junior Panhellenic Council Organized and decorated for the LJniversity's annual Sno-Ball dance and held a bake sale in January for charity. JR. PANI-IEI-LENIC COUNCIL Vicki Dion, Ginger Kauffman, Treasurer, Marsha Propst, President, Barbara Akers, Vice President, Sherry Phillips, Secretary. ALPHA DELTA PI Carol Cady ....... . . . Susan Hayward .... . . . Georgia Gibbons . . . . . Francis Murphy . . . . . . Bonnie Schelbar . . . . . . Carol Stanford .... . . . Sherry Gray .... . Tani Hilton .... . . . as I' , 1ii,, l if .ir Q Alpha Delta Pi was established at Wesleyan Female College on May 15, 1851. Originally known as the Adelphean Society, ADPi be- came Alpha Delta Pi in 1913. Delta Phi chap- ter was founded in this campus in May 1961. ADPi's open motto is "We live for each other." This year's activities included par- ticipation in Orientation, Greek Week, the Christmas Display contest, and Bum Friday. Socially the girls held Halloween and Christ- mas dances, with the Diamond Dance at the Prom Sheraton as the highlight of the year. Jim Buffington was named sweetheart at the annual Sweetheart Dance during the Spring. OFHCERS President ................ .... S usan Hayward Vice-President ............. ...... T ani Hilton . Corresponding Secretary . . . ....... Jill Kubis Recording Secretary ...... .... S herry Gray Treasurer ............... . . .Carol Stanford Reporter-Historian .... ....... . . Guard Chaplain ...... ......... P at Conner Rush Chairman .... ..... F rances Murphy Registrar ..... .... 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Seated: Jeanette Davis Mary Ann Gruen, Patty Schneider, Shari Loar, Deb loie Thompson. Standing: Susie Staley, Jody Duncan, Marie Minton, Dana Kruel, Liz Lyon, Cheryl Penning ton, Marilyn Alley. Halloween - 1 966 The Christmas Display Contest was hours of work, but well Worth it. X1 ' S , ,4.. is 'N-. 'E+ K O President .... Treasurer ..... Vice-President Secretary .... Pledge Trainer Personnel ..... Push Chairman Cl-II IVIEGA OFFICERS .............SharonWelch ......l.isa Phillips . . . . . . .Frances Smith . . . . . . Kathy Watkins . . . ..... Dal Ann Luther . . . .... Nancy Kvaternik . . . . . ..... Roddy Ragar Founded in 1895 at the University of Arkansas, Chi Omega has grown into the largest national sorority in the United States. The Lambda Zeta Chapter was in- stalled on this campus in December, 1961, following the acceptance of a petition by Chi Omega National from the local Cho Chin sorority. Through membership, Chi Omegas become interested in social and civic ser- vice, campus activities, creditable scholar- ship and vocations. They also find friend- ships. Projects this year have included participation in Orientation, Greek Week, the Christmas Display Contest, their annual Christmas Kindness, and Bum Friday. The Halloween Party, the Spring Formal in March and the Sweetheart Dance at which Dan Mc Auliffe was named "Sweetheart," rounded out their social calendar. 1 XT ' Q 1 32, be f 'ln 4, jf" ' ,1 gf" A . 2, me 'Vw .r.,,, - -if k AL 9' .4 ki- with wif' q""' 'F' 5 ev x -ww A QE NA. fi , wry, :S .aw f. ,ga , 0 nr ,,, ,.,, ,, 5 V' -1 Cf V' wi A' N. 'W Q 'Nfix l,0 Barbara Akers Cathie Alden Mary Brinkman Pat Bruce Karen Bryan Mary Ellen Burke Becky Farmer Candy Frost Joy Gooch Martha Heinz Lori Holland Vicki Hamilton Pam Hallberg Peggy Hammet Sharon Hellinger Ginger Kauffman Margaret King Sherry Koelling Nancy Kvaternik Dal Ann l.uther Ellen Merryman Cris Meyers Maureen McCahon Cece Nichols Cathy Ozbun Paula Ozbun Diana Palmquist Martha Peckinpaugh Mary Peckinpaugh Lisa Phillips Monte Ragar Roddy Ragar Kay Redden Margaret Rose Sandi Rosenkranz Frances Smith Kathy Smith Shirlee Smith Suzanne Stolz Nancy Tonyes Kathy Watkins Sharon Welch Joy Welty Linda Winkelman Mary Wonder Vicki Wyett 197 why 9, 2? HWY , Qu' 'fg W ,Z 3 ,, mg, 1 A fs ,. il t ix? , " V4.. 5 if, 1 1 if S. 5 1. I 0 . ' ' S "Yes, I do know it, but do you think this is the right atmosphere for PagIiacchi?" Dan McAuliffe Chi Omega Sweetheart x ' EQ' 1 kk "Can we dance AFTER you finish the potato chips?" . . . a concentrated effort. , e. ALI-DI-IA EPSILCDN PI At New York University on November 7, 1913, the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity was established to help further the social and academic educations of its members. Their goals are to build men who are well rounded, scholarly, socially at ease and who express leadership qualities. Kappa Mu is the chapter on this campus. Activities included over- whelming participation in the organization of Greek Week as vvell as in other campus activities. Master Exchequer Larry Nussbaum Martin Eisenman Lt. Master Sentinel Richard Serkes Joel Ray Corres. Sect. Chaplain Arnold Hoffman Marc Abrams Recording Sect. Martin Baumgarten Advisor Paul Gellans Stan Bursten Israel Danzig Lawrence Firestone Steve Fishman Harvey A. Flacks Geoff Geller Steve Gitterman Larry Gordon Mike Gordon Harold Himmelstein Harrold House David Kanter Ronald Kraft Marshall Krashin Chuck Levy Alan R. Levine Jacob Lipszyc Howard Lubow Marshall Miller Ronald Miller Steven Nathan Henry Nisenkier Melvin Nussbaum Steve Osman Joe Pous Robert Pous Mike Rosenberg Josef Rosenblum Dan Schwimmer Howard Shapiro Alan Stempleman Abraham Sukniennik Steve Tipp Jerry Valenti Rick Wexler Gary Zimmerman Asleep on their feet . . . The Pouch can be a home-away-from-home. Marshall Miller discourses on aca demic excellence. ,.--""'7'f vii f , Don't ask me. . . l'm only the president. 5 'Ns ind AEPi pledges find themselves in a tight situation. Bob Paohter goes native . . . 1 ff of-. N " Q. an 'Q' i J' ' . , w Mt, Us , A ? 5 X i x Steve Osman receives the excel- lence award for the AEPi's. "I still say you look like Swiss Cheese." ? if Il.o M 4 ALIDI-IA PI-II ALF-DI-IA President ...... Vice-President . . Secretary ...... Treasurer ..... Song Leader . . . -I .gni Delto Rho Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity has completed its fourth year at UMKC. In that time the chapter has at- tempted to build a solid foundation in Uni- versity affairs. Founder's Day, December 4, was celebrated this year by a banquet served to the actives and their dates by the pledges. The fraternity also sponsored a Jazz Concert during the winter, featuring a well-known Kansas City group. . . . . Forestal Lawton . . . . . . Rudolph Sese . . . . .Michael Tvviggs . . . . . .Victor Aning . . . . . .Carl Moore Left to right: Carl Moore, Michael Twiggs, Forestal Lawton, Victor Aning, Rudolph Sese. S 'K' Q 1 :FA .' - XJ - 5 -4 Victor Aning Herman Davis Walter France Errol Jackson Forestal Lawton Henry Lyons Dwayne Perkins George Perry Lonnie Scott Rudolph Sese Glenn Smith Joseph Stokes Paul Thompson Michael Twiggs Sweetheart of Alpha Phi Alpha Miss Beverly Stovall Actives prepare for Rush. Seated: Mike Tvviggs, Victor Aning, James McCreary, Gary Stevenson, Rudy Sese. Standing: Kirk Thaw, Herman Faucett, Forestal Lawton, Tom Wrinn. f",'iwf Rushees at Alpha Phi Alpha smoker. Founder's Day Banquet 544,32 M- gt , 54- ' Q ' DELTA Cl-l . . . Dan lVlcAuliffe . . . . .. Jerry Cross Charlie Browning George l-lumfeld . Larry Langford Speedy Bennett John Head To promote brotherhood among college men as the purpose of the foundation of the Delta Chi fraternity at Cornell University, October 13, 1890. The Kansas City Chap- ter was originally founded as the Bounders, a local fraternity, in 1938. The Bounders was the first social organization recognized by the school, and the originators of many school traditions. In 1956, after receiving a charter from Delta Chi, they became the first national fraternity on campus. During the Fall semester, Delta Chi held its annual Las Vegas l-loliday, at which Kim Kirk- patrick, a candidate sponsored by Chi Omega, was crowned queen. All the mem- bers of Delta Chi enjoyed the barn dance at l-lalloween and the Christmas formal. In addition to social activities, members participated in fund-raising activities for the fraternity, and in community projects in the area. During the Spring, Miss Dal Ann Luther was chosen Sweetheart at the Sweetheart Dance. David Jones George l-lumfeld, Dan McAuliffe, Speedy Bennett, Charlie Browning, Larry Langford. 'F ., Hr L, l fl 512 77 ' Mft K W , U ,,,. 4:- 1 fzf - at V 1 . . is 4 Q '25 .Q , f PM 1 Q 6 4 K I 2 ffm x 3 N1 l f J J ' r fi r W 1 W ,sh I E C i K rr - r rr Speedy Bennett Ken Bien Charlie Browning Dave Bruce Mike Carey Jim Castleberry Blaine Chambers Lowell Clark Gary Cloninger Jerry Cross Fred Damas Tom Dexter Bob DiSabatino Ron Drain l-larold Dyer Pat Emmett Jim Fletcher Eric Flink Bob Bailey Mark Harris John Head George l-lumfeld Lee l-lunsaker Dave Jones Bruce Koontz Larry Langford Bob Lockhard Tony Markgraf Darrell Martin Dan McAuliffe Mac Mcl-lenry Frank Mendolia Tom Moore John Morris Tom O'Connell Mike Odle Mark Paul Rich Schmelz Larry Schoonover Jon Schroeder Pat Voight Lynn Warren Gary Welty Dave Western Joe Whalen Dan Wymore Miss Dal Arm Luther was crowned Delta Chi Sweetheart. She was selected on the basis of her service to the fraternity. Halloween was an occasion to celebrate and the Delta Cl'mi's did it right Two people seem to have lost their dates momen- tarily. .an"" 'sf film Members of Delta Chi supported school projects. Here Tom Moore gives blood during the Blood Drive. Study hours were rigidly enforced to insure a scnolastically active fraternity as well as a socially active one. 1 Pam Hallberg and Dave Western are able to sneak in a few minutes between classes for some study and conversation. Wwmwwwv A.,.. K www I , k A M V.kL ,,...-a-vI""' V. -,iwww - .A.+w.,.. A TAU KAPPA EPSILON Tau Kappa Epsilon was founded at Illinois Wesleyan University in 1899, and since then has become the largest inter- national social fraternity with chapters in both the United States and Canada. Epsi- lon Lambda Chapter was founded at the University of Kansas City in 1955. TKE recognizes man as a "social being" but also recognizes that academic develop- ment is equally important. The chapter's activities this year included the Cornstalk Stomp, the annual Playboy Party, the Red Carnation Ball, and the Sweetheart Dance. Miss Carol Cady was chosen Sweetheart for 1966-1967. President ..... ............ J im Brackhahn Vice-President . Jim Buffington Secretary ..... ...... D on Atwell Treasurer .... . . . Larry Borsm-an Historian . . . ---- John Pi9D"1O Chaplain .... ... George Marx Pat O'Keefe Sgt-at-Arms . . . ...... Jim Stewart Pledge trainer ............................ Ron Marchisio Larry Borgman, Jim Brackhahn, Jim Stewart, George Marx, Jim Buffington, Pat O'Keefe, Ron Marchisio. John Piepho. X Miss Carol Cady . Sweetheart of Tau Kappa Epsilon "-Q,' ef' ' 5 ' V . 1 veggie-gfzggi .. E Q v '12 - A. ? A I ' 'N' A . , .. t ,, .,-- 5 't E 1 Q A g " P is 5- ' A U iw as Qs' ar' . lzzi W W pp 5 N X, X N, W 1 tw. N ,QI , x lil I . . N' .J A F znq AP - ,,f. V gt - gyfiq in Q 1 A Q.-, J i A 4 , Q -1 s A k ., ? S ' ..,' 1 3' 19 l It -it . 1 'Pay : VI' Dr. Marathon High, Advisor Jay Arrovvsmith Jim Albertson Don Atvvell Joe Bellafore Dave Berreca Larry Borgman Bob Brackhahn Jim Brackhahn Tom Brackhahn Glen Bray Vince Brink Jim Buffington Mike Burnett Steve Byrne Mike Calovich Carl Carlson John Carlson Bruce Chittenden Roger Clark Alvin Coby Dan Coit Ernie Cox Steve Cox Tom Cummings Terry Dittmer Mickey Dressler Gene Fubre Steve Fuller Jerry Graham Skip Graham I-larry Grigsby Kevin l-lardinger Paul Johnson Larry Keyser Don Kincaid Gary Lasister Ron Marchisio George Marks Tom Marks Dana McDole Tom McSparren Steve Moelling Bob Morris Ken Murray Pat Orford Pat O'Keefe Mike Patejdl John Piepho Joe Pruett Jack Quint Jeff Root Barry Salsbury Bob Schrimpf Jim Seveclge Paul Sims Dick Soeteart Ed Stark Bob Stemme Jim Stewart Darryl Stigers Doug Strong Rob Stoy Randy Strelluf Dan Sturdevant Mike Thompson ff? A X I it 9' Frank Titterington Steve Thompson Mike Wagner Steve Waller Bob Wehmueller Gary West Charles Wilson we Q' X 4? ..5? i 5' , 4 lil i I I V, V i'f , 9 ,Z Q h 'IW 11,3 E " A ' iii iiir ,.i g A , i h W Q MW 2 f S 3 x N9 1 a,,,.,,,,?: W W 74, ,, Sharon Welch, TKE Playmate Tom Marks . . .and Bob Brackhahn reading the Univer- sity News??!! The boys . . . and a bunny. Tom Cummings displayed his talents at many school func tions. Members of the fraternity get together at the cen- ter to discuss world problems, school politics, watch girls . . . M ,,, if X M? elif NN , Q, 5' 'L Miss Sharon Welch graced the TKE float for Bum Friday. wr ,em George Marks, Bob Brackhahn and Dan Coit make last minute arrangements on the float. Si: t tbl, 'Q ALFJI-IA PI-ll OIVIEGA For the past forty years, Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity has followed the aim of "Service to the cam- pus and community." In keeping with this idea, Alpha Eta chapter at UMKC concen- trated its efforts during the year to as- sisting groups throughout the Kansas City area. This help came in the form of acting as ushers for convocations and public assemblies, collecting for the United Funds Campaign, and aiding the Peace Corps. In addition, the fraternity served at the uni- versity by combining efforts with other or- ganizations to prepare for distinguished visitors and by offering tours of the cam- pus to interested guests. Seated: Tony Saper, Jack Simms, John O'Keefe, Joseph Scanlon, Victor Aning. Stand- ing: Forestal Lawton, Pat O'Keefe, Larry DeLong, Rudolph Sese, Bill Knapp, Larry Potts, Ken Scott. 3. 49 l l . 6- , H V 5' f- l . 1 SIGIVIA AI.l-'JI-IA IOTA Sigma Alpha Iota, the largest profes- sional women's music sorority, was founded at the University of Michigan in 1903. Its purposes are to form chapters of women music students to uphold the highest ideals of a musical educationg to raise the produc- tive musical work among women music stu- dentsg to further the development of music in Americag to give inspiration to its mem- bersg to cooperate wholeheartedly with the ideals and aims of the Alma Mater, and to adhere wholeheartedly to the highest stan- dards of American citizenship and de- mocracy. President ...... .... S haron McDonald Jones Vice-President . . . Rec. Sect ...... Corr. Sect ..... ............Marjorie Cates . .. .. . . ...Linda Ferguson .. .Margie Thomas Treasurer . . . .... Charla Edmiston Chaplain ..... ......... M arcy Cates Sgt.-at-Arms . . . ..... Ernestine Bauhard Editors ........ . . .Judy Singmaster Paula Pursell Faculty Advisor . . . .... Mrs. Joan Cochran Ernestine Bauhard Charla Edmiston Ottolene Gast Kathy Gorrell Laveta Guffey Ruie Ireland Paula Pursell Judy Singmaster Alarice Spletstoser Betty Stubblefield Margie Thomas pl-'I President ...... . . . Marjorie Kilbride I Q N Corr Sect .i - . Eettye Sue Zoller Vice President . . . ..... Gail l-leideman Rec Sect Angela Wlebold Treasurer . . . . . Mary Louise Knutson Historian . ....... Diana Cornwell Mu Phi Epsilon is a national profes- sional music sorority, founded at the Metropolitan College of Music in Cincinnati in 1903. Alpha Kappa Chapter was installed at UMKC in 1959 upon the merger of the Con- servatory of Music and the Univer- sity of Kansas. Election to Mu Phi Epsilon is based on scholarship, musicianship, character and per- sonality. Those eligible for member- ship are music majors or minors enrolled as candidates for a degree from the Conservatory. The aims of the sorority are the advancement of music in America, the recogni- tion and promotion of musicianship and scholarship, and the develop- ment of a true sisterhood. Members of the sorority get together often for teas and parties. FI-II IVIU ALF!-IA SINFCDNIA President . Secretary . . Treasurer . . Historian .... Song Leader . . Pledgemaster . Faculty Advisor ,-..a4vs,, . . Larry lVlanica . . . . Larry Allen . . . Jay Mitchell . . Forrest Philpott David Jones . . John Sawyer . . lrving Miller , S S ill 6, if li 5 13 x N ggi, X.. ., L-, if 421- i A W . it X ' 7 4' , ' ,,AviM a,,i , ,WM 2 'J A, ,,VV,,, 'Wi - ,rw fm ' ' 1444A-ff ' V ,,,' fn! x ff A John Sawyer Richard Smith Anthony Svvischer Irving Miller Larry Allen Tom Cummings Leonard Delvloss Richard Gibson Jerry l-lamley David Jones Kit Kubis Bill Long Larry lvlanica Jay Mitchell Forrest Philpott 4 DELTA SIGIVIA DELTA Delta Sigma Delta, the first profes- sional dental fraternity, was founded in November of 1882. The Kansas City chap- ter, the first dental fraternity at the Uni- versity of Kansas City, was organized Maron 15, 1898. President ........ . . . Ron Roark Vice-President .... . . . Bill Croom Secretary ....... .... B ill Wiggins Treasurer . . . . . . Bill Davis 4 .5 'I Left to right: Bill Croom, Bill Davis, Ron Roark, Bull Wiggins. PSI OMEGA Q ,Q V ' V J, ' V V' 17- "1 UL ,,A- 3 ., u , , iq Richard Devine congratulates his Bushwacker Ball. wife, Queen of the John Killip, Barry Farmer, and Jan Milligan talk with Dan Blackwell, Jr. Grandmaster, at a September Rush party. Grand Master . . Jr. Grand Master Treasurer ..... Secretary ..... Push Chairman Social Chairman Senator ....... Guardian . . . Editor ..... Historian ..... Chaplain ....... Pledge Trainer . Deputy Council Deputy Council . Steve Clark Dan Blackwell . l-lal Neiloling . Tuck Haltom Jim Pestinger . Pon Strader ... John Killip . . Bolo Adams . . . Skip Cook . . . Skip Cook . . . Dave Culver Jim Pestinger Dr. Leo Beiser Dr. Paul I-lills Psi Omega Fraternity aims to promote the high ideals and standards of the dental profession, advance the professional knowledge and welfare of its members, and provide a medium through which students with a common interest in the dental pro- fession can develop friendships. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Clark, and Dr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Teall. Steve is Grandmaster of the Phi Pho chapter and Dr. Teall is Supreme Grandmaster of Psi Omega DELTA TI-IETA PI-II Legal Fraternity Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity was established on September 2, 1913, when three fraternities combined in Chicago under a single con- stitution and ritual. Since all members of the fraternities became members of Delta Theta Phi, the origin dates back to 1900. The Kansas City fraternity submitted a petition to the national organi- zation for a charter, and Snyder Senate became a part of the national fraternity on March 22, 1915. Its purpose is to inculcate the highest standards of scholarship and honor in all of its members. Membership is open to any student in good standing in an accredited lavv school. Dean ...... . . . Richard E. Duggan Exchequer ...... ...... M arcus C. Gile Tribune ........... ..... G erald B. Renyer Master of Ritual .... ...Lawrence L. Dieker Clerk of Role ..... .... A llen W. Zimmerman Faculty Sponsor . . . ...... Charles Purcell A M Pl-ll ALP!-IA DELTA l.egal Fraternity Growing out of a "Law Students' League" organized in 1897, the fraternity was founded with the name Phi Alpha Delta on November 8, 1902, at a meeting held in Chicago. Phi Alpha Delta grants charters only to chapters at ac- credited law schools. Despite this policy, the fraternity has more active chapters than any other law fraternity. Its numer- ous pulolications, which are without charge, are a lifetime service. Thomas I-lart Benton Chapter, named in honor of Senator Benton of Missouri, was organized in 1907 at the Kansas City School of Law. President ...... . .James Polsinelli Vice-President .... ....... J ack Peak Secretary ..... . . . Elliot Goldstein Treasurer ........ ........ B rian Hall Faculty Advisor . . . . . . Charles Fiddler FI-ll DELTA DELTA OFFICERS l-ligh Priestess . . . . . .Carolyn French Priestess ....... ...... A lice Boyer Registrar ...... ...... B etty Bond Chancellor . . . ..... Delores Macke Chaplain . . . .... Margaret Jordan KAFFA EFSILON OFFICERS President ........ ........ M ary Dvvens Vice-President . . . . . .Chris Scholdberg . . . . . .Grace Albano Secretary ...... Treasurer .......... . ...... Diana Burton Faculty Advisor . . . .... Mrs. William Rost Phi Delta Delta Legal Fraternity is an in- ternational professional fraternity for women in the field of law. It was incorpo- rated under the laws of the state of Cali- fornia October 25, 1912, and now has chap- ters in Canada and other foreign countries. The purposes of Phi Delta Delta are to pro- mote a high standard of scholarship and achievement, professional ethics and com- petency among vvomen law students and vvomen in the legal profession. The aim of Phi Delta Delta is to serve its profession. In so doing it maintains an observer and re- porter at the United Nations, is a member of the Inter-American Bar Association, and gives awards for outstanding legal articles. Kappa Epsilon, national pharmacy fra- ternity for women, was founded at the State University of Iowa on May 13, 1921. The University of Missouri at Kansas City chap- ter, Omega, was installed on April 12, 1958. Kappa Epsilon is dedicated to uniting women pharmacy students, stimulating in its members a desire for high scholarship, fostering a professional consciousness, and providing a bond of lasting loyalty, in- terest, and friendship within its membership. PI-ll DELTA Cl-ll Phi Delta Chi is a professional pharmaceuti- cal fraternity dedicated to the advancement of the profession of pharmacy and the promotion of a fraternal spirit among its members. Phi Delta Chi was founded in 1883 in the first school of pharmacy in America at the University of Michi- gan. lt is a national fraternity with chapters represented at nearly every pharmacy school in the United States. The Beta Epsilon chapter of Phi Delta Chi was organized on this campus in December, 1960, and since that time has grown to be a much respected organization due to participation President ....... Vice-President . Secretary ..... Treasurer ...... Chaplain ...... Inner Guard ..... Master-at-Arms Faculty Advisor al 'A 1. ,. , M. v,2' 3 1'l Y A z. :'i. l. K7 .WA 'dl , if " FK ,Q 2 1 h A Wav' 4 li J . if 4- iiiy -1 . T rlii T4 .M 7 ,. , ' rler iilr in activities both on and off campus. OFFICERS W . A' V 4 .Prank Newkirk . . . . Lee Province ...Merlin Brown George Koerble . ...Richard Hicks . . . .Charles Norris ......Ron Keeler J. l.eo McMahon hi ia' 4' Q ' f M J. Leo McMahon Steve Anderson Jack Barr M I' B er in rown Gene Bullock Eldon Coleman Gary Crabtree Mike Day Morris Deewald Rod Doyle Steve. l-lartwig Rick Hicks Ron Keeler George Koerble Dennis Newham . mx 7, W T Frank Newkirk gg, Vf E' 53 Charles Norris ,J V V T Lee Province , 'mr If at ' Mike Smith Y V A f I Q Jus: Benny Thomas Dennis Trout Gerald Winegard Roy Yamauchi FIST' CDZO--IJPN-ZJPQZUO xt, ,gg al., Student Gov't .......... 234 Program Council l-lonoraries ..... Clulos ......... Publications .... lVlusic Groups .... .... 241 247 250 261 268 ALI. STUDEN iv v...-y Steve Osman Treasurer Sharon Welch Administrative Vice-President, Bob Brackhahn, President, Vince Brink Executive Vice President Wayne Thompson Knot picturedl Secretary. To serve as a liason between the students, the faculty, and the admin- istration in all matters concerning the student body is the purpose of the Stu- dent Council, one of the councils of the All Student Association. All students are members of the ASA and interested students may attend council meeting. Members are elected to office and must be full time students in good standing with a minimum of 60 hours. This year the members have sponsored I-lot Seat pro- grams, a book exchange, and a course evaluation along with their usual duties of investigating campus problems. The council receives excellent advice from Dean Bloch, Dr. Gary Widmar, lVlr. Wayne Edris, and Mrs. Deborah Norman. Student Council Advisors: Gary E. Widmar, Assoc. Dean of Students, S. Wheadon Bloch, Dean of Stu- dents, Deborah I.. Norman, Director of Student Activities, Wayne Edris, Director of the Center. Q54 . :XX Q 1 X X S X ' 5 -X Q A ,X ,.k .X 3 G. X X mu-.N E, ff" Q ! ,Q . A 2122- ".- F1-X 3 SX . X --Qgrfz . -X - .Q in 5 .Rxikg N X Q, WS X X I X Q 'Q XA K X 9 1 , 5 X - X, A X- XR X 5 " , Fi. - N X K .5 g. . f 5 L' f - if ff X ' Q4 o Mr X on , nr iw K w ww vwg xv , Y V x in x Q , K X ,r X 1 , I hx 7:5 -In gr- 1 SH 313 .f 'W inf - ' i x di . xi ' 1 Publications Board V? "-'-K Seated: Mrs. Deborah I.. Norman, Advisor, John Piepho, Grabowski, Advisor, Paul Rebek Dentistry- John ASLS: Becky Farmer, Educationgtludy Singmaster, Con- Wilkinson, Business: Bill Kernohan, Pharmacy. Not servatory: Nancy Kvaternik, Chairman lst Sem., Bob Pictured: Bill Prugh, Law. Whalen, Chairman 2nd Sem. Standing: Dr. Bernard Center Board Seated: Pat Emmett, Susan Stotts, Susan Hayward, Carol Cady, John Piepho. Second Row: Ron l-lybarger, Bob Brackhahn, Bill Roche, President, Jim Brackhahn, Larry Borgman. Third Row: Bob Hauber, Don Brack- hahn, Dr. Bernard Grabowski, Wayne Edris, Dr. Richard Waring, Ed Lapin, Dr. Donald Acheson. Not Pictured: Mrs. Deborah l.. Norman, Kay Derr. President .... Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer .... ASA Rep. . . Rep-at-Lrg. .. Rep-at-Lrg. .. Rep-at-Lrg. .. Rep-at-Lrg. .. .... Bob Sternme Mary Ellen Burke ..... Joan Moore .. Jim Buffington .. Steve Moelling . . . Ron l-lybarger .... Paula Ozbun . Richard Serkes . . . Dan McAuliffe Mary Ellen Burke, Steve Moelling, Ron l-lybarger, Paula Ozbun Bob Sternme nce ncil if Business Scnool Council Jim Wardlow, Sect., Larry DeLong, Pres., Ed Reed, VP. Conservatory Council Frances Sparks, Advisor, Larry lvlanica, Pres., Roddy Ragar, Linda Carol Ferguson, Marjorie 'l'nomas,Cl'1arla Edmiston, Margaret Tyson, Jennifer Williams. W. FYR I E Dental Council Seated: lrl Gladfelter, Mona Mitchell, Don McCauley, Bob Butler. Not Pictured: Dennis Parsons, Don Rogers VP.: Wayne Thompson, PVSS-i-ROUVTSY DUDQIS, Mary Jo Hal Neibling, Boyd l-larris, Newt Jones, Jim Cole, Sect. Curtin, Chuck Squire. Standing: Bob Molinaro, Gary Treas. Jones, Ken Lyle, John Swartz, Don Jump, Vic Lopez. Education Student Council NP if 'aff 'sf 4 Student Bar Association First Row: Larry Butcher, Reggie Giffin, Jay Nigro, Pat Kiely, John Edgar, Lyell Carver, George Owen. Second Row: David l-lills, David Atkinson, Dave Wells, lerton. Third Row: Mike Fitzgerald, Vice-President, Lonnie Shelton, President, John Peak, Treasurer, Jock Cochron, Secretary, Joe Farror. Not Pictured: Julius Oswald, Dave Welty, Larry Tittle, Burdette Ful- Jim Wagner, Administrative Assistant, Tom Phillips. l I Al I IBVICB I1 PHS l'l I IBCSLHIICEI Assoc. Front: Roger Bellos, Treasurer, Susan Stotts, ASA Representative, Mary Owens, Secretary,-Chris Schold- berg, Sophomore Representative, Jim Tilghman, ASA Representative. Back, Bill Kernohahn, Junior Repre- an sentative, Larry l-lartell, Sophomore Representative, Bob Whalen, President, Bill Behermeyer, Vice-Presi- dent, Marie Honnecker, Senior Representative, Terry Connor, Freshman Representative. fwin University Program Council 4 PAT BRUCE .ART AND EXHIBITS The Art Committee, headed this year by Pat Bruce, was responsible for ac- quiring exhibits and collections for the Little Gallery in the Center, and for the display case in the lower lobby. This committee is also in charge of the Christ- mas Display Contest, and the student art and photography displays. Interest- ing and timely exhibits this year included photographic coverage of Vietnam, an exhibit of figures made by first year Den- tal Students from colored dental resin, and a series of contemporary collages. TANI HILTON DANCE COMMITTEE Tani I-lilton steered the Dance Com- mittee through a successful year. This committee sponsored the Orientation Week Street Dance, and a series of infor- mal Pouch Dances which "grew up" into the K-ROD I-lops. A record attendance at the Christmas Sno-Ball, with music by Si Zenter, was a highlight of the Christ- mas Season. The Kingsmen played for an informal dance in February, followed later in the Spring by the Dinner Dance. The Bum Friday Street Dance and Semi- Formal ended an outstanding year for this committee. C- Q JIM BLJFFINGTON ENTERTAINMENT Jim Buffington and the Entertainment Committee presented an excellent selec- tion of entertainment at four major con- certs this year. During Orientation Week, the Chad Mitchell Concert provided a refreshing break from the hectic pace, followed later in the Fall by Johnny Mathis. Other presentations included the We Five Concert, The Young Americans, and "The Boyfriend," staged by the New York company of the Town and Gown Theater. if A I ALLAN KATZ FILM COMMITTEE Allan Katz and the Film Committee presented at Cinema 16 each Friday evening a superb collection of recent award-winning movies, as well as classi- cal greats for the LJ.lVl.K.C. viewing audi- ence. Among the films selected this year were BECKET, CITIZEN KANE, THE GUNS OF NAVARONE, DESTRY RIDES AGAIN, ZORBA Tl-lE GREEK, and LORD OF Tl-lE FLIES. A new series of foreign films was introduced this year on Sunday evenings, and proved to be a popular addition to the entertainment schedule. 'fl 4 LARRY BOFQGIVIAN LIBRARY-LECTURES Larry l3orgman's Library-Lecture Committee was responsible for bringing to the LJ.lVl.K.C. campus noted guest speakers. The students who took the opportunity to hear the views and com- ments of humorist Bennett Cerf, news analyst David Schoenbrun, and comedi- an Dick Gregory know that this com- mittee's presentations are a valuable addition to an education. This committee also provides magazines and books for the Browsing Library in the University Center. JOHN PIEPI-IO POSTLR PLJBLICITY John Piepho and the Poster Publicity Committee are the ones to thank for the posters, banners, and fliers seen on the campus in the usual Cand often unusualj places. As the official advertising agency of the Program Council, this committee publicizes all campus events sponsored by the Council. TOIVI CLJIVIIVIINGS MUSIC Tom Cummings, chairman of the Music Committee, is in charge of the Thursday afternoon Jazz and Java session. They try to find popular area bands for this program, and students on this campus are able to listen to a wide variety of popular live music, from jazz to folk rock. si ittt RON I-IYBAFZGAR RECREATION Ron l-lybarger, as chairman of the Rec- reation Committee is primarily involved with planning the annual ski trip to Colorado. In addition to making all the arrangements for the ski trip, he also plans the Center chess and bridge tournaments, and part of the Bum Friday activities. 4 , 2 JIIVI BRACKI-IAI-IN FINANCIAI ADVISQR Jim Brackhahn, as Financial Advisor to the Program Council, is responsible for the budgets of all the committees, l-le works vvith the committee chairmen through the year to see that all budgets remain in work- ing condition. SEE? TCDIVI BRACKI-IAI-IN PUBLIC RELATIONS The Public Relations Committee takes care of advertising all Program Council Events to the general public. They also print the calendars of events, schedules for Cinema 16, and all commercial posters for the Program Council. Q Nik is Honorary societies are a means of rec- ognizing the outstanding students on the LJ.M.K.C. campus. These are students who have attained a high standard of efficiency in collegiate activities and vvho inspire others to strive for similar attainments. Members of these societies are chosen for their leadership, character, scholarship, and participation in campus activities. DELTA ALP!-IA Frances Smith, Vice-Pres., Sue Ellen Wilt, President, Vicki Hoffman, Sect Joan Moore Grace Albano, Marilyn l-larton, Deborah l.. Norman, Myrtle Van Decar. Not Pictured Kay Derr Trea surer, Marietta Fogel. .. W , . . . l,, r , . .gi . I QQ! , Y gx g ,s , , i ,g ' .J 4 Omicroh Delta Kappa Marshall Miller, Treasurer, Dean S. Wheacloh Bloch, Secretary, Jim Eisehbraridt, Executive As sistahtg Bill lserihour, President, Roh l-lorh, Vice-President Knot picture-dl. Torch and Scroll Lee Blaine, President, Gary Greene, Vice-Presicleht, Joan Moore, Secretary. Language enthusiasts, would-be politicians, Greeks, athletes and those seeking to broaden their edu- cation find campus organizations more than adequate to fill their out- of-class hours. Campus organiza- tions contribute to the social ex- perience of students and Widen the total academic outlook. Italian Club Founders of the newly-formed Italian Club: Dr. Bisceglia, Jeff Root, Maureen McCahon Sherri Johnson, Cheryl Hazen, Joe Cosentino. l3aha'i The Baha'i Club represents a vvorld faith, begun in Persia in 1876. Started locally in September of 1966, the organization is a non-religious, world- wide group. Holding meetings to discuss philosophy, compare religions, and talk about contemporary problems and issues, the group is working toward the goals of world language, peace and brother- hood. Among the activities of the club are guest lectures, by speakers who discuss these topics. The club is dedicated to acquainting the student body with the ideals of Baha'i. BOARD OF DIRECTORS President ........................ .Terry Brennan Vice-President ....................... Steve Brisley BOARD OF DIRECTORS Terry Brennan Steve Brisley Susan Haas Guiou Taylor Faculty Advisor ................ .... D r. Aryanpur Biology Club Seated: Gary Moyer, Vice-Pres.: Elmo Law, Pres.: Edna Perez, Sect. Standing: Terry Williams, Wayne Faatz, Gary Walker, Andy Saunder. Not Pictured: Doug Weatherman, Treas. Christian Science Clulo 3 5 2 yearly lecture, and cooperates when possible with other student religious groups on campus. Presi- dent, Florence Smith, Sec.-Treas., Joyce Tuer, Advisor, lVlr. Jack Cassingham. The Christian Science Organization unites Chris- tian Scientists vvithin the University in a closer bond of Christian fellowship, and welcomes those entering the University. The group sponsors a Young Americans For Freedom Craig Anderson, Albert Gandara, Presidentg and Ralph Day led the young Americans for Freedom this year. 2 Collegiate Young Republicans President .............. John A. Sharp Vice-President . . . . . .Craig Anderson Corresp. Sect ..... . . . Shelia Mason Recording Sect .... ..... P at Bruce Treasurer ........ ....... R alph Day Historian ............... Albert Gandara Parliamentarian ............ Ed Simpson Program Chairman ......... Dick Arndt Program Chairman. . .Carol A. Nuckolls Campaign Chairman ...... Cliff l-lamley Publicity Chairman ......... Bill Prugh MISL ........................ John Dyer A "Republican Rebellion" erupted on campus this year spearheaded by the Collegiate Young Republican Club. lt was a rebellion against one- party politics and lack of state aid for higher education in Missouri. During the year the club became the largest, most active political organi- zation on campus with more than 1OO members. Speakers included Governor l-lenry Bellmon, first Republican governor of Oklahoma, and local candidates. With a spirit of ccnmunity concern, the club joined civic organizations in endorsing a necessary increase in the school levy. CYR's from UMKC also participated in the Missouri Intercollegiate State Legislature CMISLJ, signing up almost twice as many delegates as their Democrat counterparts. With a strong base to build on, next year will be even better! 5 5 ' 5 Q, '37 t Weis ,W if a... I -I K wif, ' 'qijilifi V Ron Barker, past president, ran for the state legislature. CYR's endorsed passage of the Mid-Continent International Airport bonds, and worked for their approval. B83 F! ,M W ' . it ,, A ' 4 Earl Salyers, local Republican can- didate for Congress, spoke to the CYR's. Cosmopolitan Club Dresident ....... .... N elson Pardo lice-President . . . . . Marietta Fogel Eecretary .......... Sandra Deaton reasurer .......... Amina Mahamadi Drogram Chairman . . . Lanita Jackson eated: Sylvia Velilia, Dean Marilyn l-larton, Advisor, at Daly, Margarita Velilia, Ofelia Parajon, Victor Aning, Crishen Kapur, Gene Langhofer. Second Row: Father lames Moon, Thaddeus O'Katch, Mutuku Mutinga, Ed The Cosmopolitan Club is an organization de- signed to encourage friendship and understand- ing among American students and students from other countries. Membership is open to the cam- pus and the community. This year the club had about 60 members, including students from Afri- ca, the Middle East, the Far East, Europe, Latin America, and the United States. Highlights of the club's activities included the International Night Banquet with food prepared by the mem- bers, and the International Dance, featuring Spanish and Indian dances, African music, and a fashion show presenting costumes of other coun- tries. Later in the year, the club presented an evening forum on modern India in cooperation with the lndian Club of Kansas City, and various members gave talks on their native countries. Carter, Nelson Pardo, Diego Velilia, Joe Howard. Third Row: Henrique Capote, Nat Putnam, Andrew Zemkus- nikov, Miguel Parajon, Jim Sargeant, Francisco Cortez, Alberto Parajon, Edmundo Chacon, Eduardo Parajon. J.. 11 Delta Chi Mothers Club President ........ Vice-President ...... Sect.-Treas. . . The Delta Chi Mothers' Club was or- ganized in 1965, after a parents' meeting at which the desire to form such a club was expressed. Officers were elected, and by- laws approved. The purpose of the club is to assist the Delta Chi Fraternity, either financially or by performing general ser- vices. Some of the club's activities this year included rummage sales, a Tupperware benefit, and garage sales. These are money- making projects for the fraternity. The Delta Chi Mothers' Club was the first of its kind on this campus, for a men's group. . . . . Mrs. E. G. Bennett ......Mrs. C. W. Flink ...Mrs. J. E. l-lunsaker Corresponding Sect ..... ....... M rs. J. C. Paul Seated: Mrs. E. G. Bennett, Mrs. C. W. Flink, Mrs. Paul Merideth, Mrs. A. C. Clark. Standing: Mrs. B. C. Alberts, Mrs. J. C. Paul, Mrs. J. A. McAuliffe. Geology-Geography Club The Geology-Geography Club was founded to bring together those who have a common interest in the natural sciences. The club has participated in Activities in Action since the program was initiated, and has vvon first place several times with their unique and informative displays. Members of the club enjoy several field trips each year as well as the various guest speakers which the club brings in. Canterbury Club Canterbury is an organization for the Episcopal students on campus. lt is orga- nized and carried out by the chaplain, together with the Episcopal University Board. The St. Thomas the Apostle Center, which was acquired in the summer of 1966, is the facility for the students at LJ Nl KC Canterbury helps to co-sponsor, through the Campus Committee for a Christian Ministry, a major seminar each semester. The l-loly Eucharist is celebrated each Wednesday night at 9:00. A monthly newsletter, "Gadfly", is mailed out to all known Episcopalians, and interested students in the University community. The St. Thomas Center houses the office of the Episcopal Chaplain, a small chapel, a conference room, and a large lounge area. The house is open daily from 8:00 A.lvl. to 10:00 PM. Chaplain . . . . . Father James Moon German Club The German Club strives to foster an interest in Germany and the German people and to provide a synthesis f o facts and fellowship for the students of German. This year the members sampled German delicacies at the Heidelberg and the Berliner Bear, and saw cultural and documentary films of Germany. During the Christ- mas season, the members learned carols which they sang at a Wassailing party. l.ia I-Iona Fellowship The Liahona Fellowship is the official name of the national campus organizational network which is sponsored and directed by the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Its purpose is to pro- vide an opportunity for religious experience and expression for college students. This is achieved by social, religious, and recrea- tional activities aimed at supplementing not replacing other religious work that the stu- dents may be engaged in. iv Seated: Robert Whiting, Treasurer, Patsy Smith, Secretary, and Hal Davis, Vice-President. Stand- ing: Dr. Rudolph Leutzinger, Faculty Advisor, and Ron Whiting, President. Newman Club The Roman Catholic students' organi- zation on campus is the Newman Club. Regular newsletters are to all Catholics attending the University, informing them of the club's activities. Regular events include retreat weekends, weekly celebration of the Eucharist, guest speakers, and dances. The club's primary interest is in discussing today's problems in light of today's Catholic thought. The Chaplain's residence at 5221 Rockhill Road is always open. The facilities include individual counseling and an open library. OFFICERS President ........................ .Steve Bax Vice-President .... .... B etty Barrack Sect-Treas ....... .... J im Richmond Faculty Advisor . . . .... Br. William Ryan One of the activities of the Newman Club this year was the St. Patrick's Day Dance, which was very suc cessful. Young Democrats Marshall Miller was one of the many YD's who aided in the successful campus publicizing of the Airport Bond Proposals. The Young Democrats Club offers the student an effective means for participa- tion in the dialogue shaping the future. The YD's seek to become an educational force in the student community and a political force in the party through the development of a basis of political power and a full scope of social and political programs. The organi- zation was extremely active in both the primary and general elections in Kansas and Missouri in 1966. Besides participating in party politics, the club sent a sizable delegation to the Missouri Intercollegiate Legislature at Jefferson City, heard from a number of prominent Democrats as guest speakers, and saw movies such as "The Making of a President- 1964? The YD Officers pitched to help at Democratic Headquarters during the General Elections. Mike Manies, Vice-Pres., Kathy Powers, Sect., Marshall Miller, Pres., Bruce Ottley, Treas. l .D WMWWW . ..., NM? SB PA Student Review The SBPA Student Review is a publication put out by students enrolled in the School of Business and Publication of the University of Missouri at Kansas City. lt publishes authorita- tive and learned articles in the field of business. All articles are chosen from manuscripts sub- mitted from both in and outside the University. The SBPA Student Review is one of very few in its field, and has gained nationwide recognition in its brief history. we 4-SZ is Betsy Josephsonq Leonard Mock, Assistant Editor, Robert Barosh, Editor, Karlton Nlilby, Alum- ni Associate Prof. Edwin White, Faculty Advisor, Robert Weinstein, Managing Editor. 2 FRANK TITTERINGTON, EDITCDR 'R-.XE Marietta Fogel, Assistant Editor ilu gwzflqz AMEl2lCAN 3 Mimi 7Qm' Frank Titterington, University News edi- tor, believes the basic goal of any campus newspaper is to stimulate student interest and concern. In addition, the student paper has attempted to cover the activities and views of all areas of the University. This year's University News has con- tained criticism, praise and comments on campus life in the belief that students have a right to know the bad as well as the good in order that such knowledge stimulate con- cern or appreciation for their environment. The 1966-67 editor sought to keep the University News free from outside con- trols. According to Titterington, "lt is very important that the paper maintain an inde- pendence from special interest groups. A responsible paper influences public opin- ion which ultimately affects the position and control of the groups. We believe this role of a newspaper is essential for a repre- sentative democracy." Moffat, News Editor Feature Editor Richard Rosen, Consulting Editor 3? K 'Ho-1' -...Ns ...L k A vw , , ff .L-V,' h f ' , P Jerry Garrett, Norm Buebendorf, Advertisin Manager Photography Editor Director o Photo Service EDITORIAL BOARD: Marietta Fogel, Frank Titterington, David Perkins, Mimi Moffat, Richard Rosen. Ron. I-iall, Business Manager -N ,D T A X Qt N ti , fi? X 5 fi Q25 W-at Mary Kelly, Secretary-Typist ' Lita? . 'i vi xg ,,, 263 3 is X 64 111 Betsy Bowes, Editor Paula Ozbun, Advertising Mgr. Vicki Wyett, Greek Editor 1967 Kangaroo Yearbook Staff Bob Weinstein, Business Manager 43 3 Mary Brinkman, Organizations Q Steve Collins, Photography Editor Law Review ...M-I T if .V -ssv' Tb- ,. The LJ.lVl.K.C. L.aw Review is a semi-annual, student publication committed to pub- lishing authoritative discussions of important topics in law and related fields. There are also student analysis of recent court decisions, and critical reviews of recently published books. To be a member of the Law Review a law student must maintain high scholastic achievement and write a case analysis of publishable quality. Presently the group is made up of 25 members, and their faculty sponsor is Professor William Obiter Dicta Obiter Dicta is a newspaper written and edited by students and faculty members of the University of Missouri at Kansas City School of.l.aw. The paper contains informa- tion exclusively for the School of Law and is predominantly a communication for alumni. I-l. Painter. N ,Fwy umber One VOL. XXI editor SUSAN MILLER auociate editor: MARIETTA FOGEL SALLY MIER editor MARIETTA FOGEL axxociate editor! SALLY MIER JERRY NOWLIN No. 2 Marietta Fogel Number One is the student literary magazine sponsored by the English Department, and financed in part by the All Student Association. This magazine, published biannually, fea- tures prose, poetry and photogra- phy of students enrolled in the Uni- versity. All works are original, and usually published for the first time in Number One. ff' . :KV I K HS .. 4 . K if Z, 1 gaf I .wp ,ox-S A A-'. Qt. L' Y tg im 5 ff Q it it QW. SK fmwil I' .IAA vw? i I ,E , I 7' 2 as r., ig Qi., 3 Susan Miller R J' I - 4 k 1 Q . It Sally Nlier ti pg 'S eiijgkt ,ff .Xxx UNIVERSITY STRING ORCHESTRA Norman Beauchamp VI. I, Marquita Meeks VI. I, Paul Revitt Vl. I, Nancy Johnson VI. I, John Fosmire VI. ll, Ernest Manheim VI. ll, Henry Scott VI. I, Margie Cates VI. I, Frances Rios VI. I, Elmer Davis VI. ll, Alice Decker VI. ll, Sherman Foster Concert Master VI. I, Marcie Cates VI. ll, William Siebers VI. I, Gerald Divoky Vl. II, Janice Steward VI. ll, Rebekah Underwood VI. Il, Gerald The University String Orchestra, under the direction of Dr. Francis Buebendorf, is now in its fifth year as an organized Univer- sity performing ensemble and is made up of both individuals from the community, alumni, faculty members and students. It performs works from the Baroque repertoire of Purcell, Corelli, Bach and Handel to the contemporary works of Copland and Bartok. lt also performs Concertos not nor- mally heard in the standard repertoire. Another group, the Baroque Ensemble, features old instruments performing music of the Renaissance and Baroque periods. This group was organized by Dr. Bueben- dorfin 1965. Kemner Harpsichord, Willy Abele VI. Il, Francis Bueben- dorf Conductor, Donald Duncan Vla., Florecio Reyes Vla., Kathleen Kennedy Vlc., Zygmund Rondomanski Vlc., Frances Gray Vla., Ruth Padgett Vla., Janis Nel- son Vlc., Jay Decker Vic., Patty Gollahon Vlc., Milford Crabb Cb., Norman Buebendorf Vlc., John Heryer Cb., Pauline Van Landingham Cb., Dennis Cummings Vlc. 268 JNIVERSITY SYMPHCDNY BAND :lutes: Patricial Richwine, Laura Stone, Janet Sim- nons, Catherine Wood, Sara Lomax. Piccolos: Paula Jnderwood, Sara Lomax. Oboes: David Warner, John 3iles. English l-lorn: John Giles. Bassoons: John Tit- zerington, Carolyn Salvog, Charlotte Wright, Judith illarden. Clarinets: Forrest Philpott, Judy Verburn, Donna Moore, Jane Meng, Ronald McNary, Glen Bris- :oe, Pamela Lomenick, Phillip Davis, Marilyn Wilson, Allen Oldridge. Alto Saxophones: Pamela Brandon, -inda l-lill. Tenor Saxophone: Jerry Titus. Baritone Saxophone: Errol Jackson. French l-lorns: John Tyson, Jerry Gasau. Cornets: Richard Boyington, Lee Brueg- ger, Tony Svvischer, Mark McCone, Ronnie Baker, Kenneth Crawford. Trumpets: William Hazelett, Steve Kennicutt. Baritone: Dana McDole. Trombones: Paul Cummings, George l-lumfeld, Charles Browning, Marvin l-lart, Johnie Eager, Glen Glasco, Murry Whitehead. Tubas: Alan Hamley. Timpani: Thomas Cumming. Per- cussion: Larry Allen, Charles Dimmel. 'l4UiiW3w.,, Beverly Wilson, Betty Stubblefield, Joan Cochran, Larry Manica, Judy Singmaster, Ottolene Gast, Cris Kerr, LaVeta Guffey, Charla Edmiston. LJIVIKC ACCCDRDICDNAIRES In November of 1965 the Accordionaires were organized as an entertaining group under the direction of Joan Cochran, head of the accordion department at the Conserva- tory. Since their organization, the Accor- dionaires have made many appearances in the Kansas City area. This year, how- ever, was a milestone for the group. They were selected as one of fourteen college groups to make a USO tour. The four-week tour will begin on June 12, and take them to bases in Greenland, Iceland, Newfound- land, and Labrador. Prior to their departure, the Accordionaires will be performing a send-off concert. PERCUSSION ENSEIVIBLE Larry Allen, Jay Mitchell, Dick Bragg, Charlene Asher, Tom Cummings. i 3 Cathy Gorrel, John Cowick, William Fischer, Marjorie Hart, Gary Adams, Susan Russel, Bill Long, Allison Kilbride, Gary Bell, Christina Kerr, Jim O'Dwyer, Jody Flowers, Steve Leone, Mary Ellen Burke, Dan Roberts. UMKC Cl-ICDRALIEFQS eland, Gayle Unhager, Dick Smith, The UMKC "Swinging Choraliers", the newest of the choral ensembles, is spon- sored by the Conservatory of Music. This unique collegiate organization specializes in performing music associated with the Broadway musical. Their presentation in- cludes songs, dances, and instrumental routines. Several individual members of the group are also featured in specialty acts. The "Swinging Choraliers" are now awaiting final word from the Department of Defense concerning a tour of armed forces instal- lations in Europe sometime in 1968. UNIVERSITY CI-IORLJS Maclrigal Singers ancl Renaissance Players The Maclrigal Singers and Renaissance Players are a select group of solo voices specializing in music of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. The costumes are taken from the Court of Maximiliam I of Austria, they use antique instruments such as lute, krumhorn, Irish I-larp, Viol da Gamba, ancl recorders. The groups' tour of Missouri, Kansas, and Arkansas was a great suc- cess. The Maclrigal Singers presented in world premier performance the lost Baroque Masterpiece ancl the Gasparini Mass in C Major, on May 6, 1967. 4? UMKC HERITAGE SINGERS 4 w.- f .mv ,A me f' .f The UM KC, Heritage Singers is a group of 43 selected voices from the Uni- versity Choir, which specializes in a cappel- Ia singing. They are well known for their annual "Christmas Concerts for the Kansas City Community." They also sing each year on Voice of America Broadcasts. This year the Heritage Singers toured a five state area, singing in colleges and churches. First Row: Lola Winn, Laura Heinlen. Second Row: Howard McCullough, Thomas DeBarth. Third Row: Jacquelin Burgett, Rita Gaskill, Marianne Martin, Jim Branham, Dana Kruel, Barry Klee, lris Eaton. Fourth Row: Adrienne Martin, Sara Lomax, Mary Peckinpaugh, Gary Henderson, Martha Peckinpaugh, Thomas Bartlett, Beverly Shroyer. Fifth Row: William Hazelett, Stanley Dobbs. Sixth Row: Paul Kearney, William Craig, Kathy Peterson, Carol Thomas, Deanna Hamblin. Seventh Row: Thomas Miller, Steve Davis, Nancy Asire, Carol Roos. Eighth Row: Lawrence DeMoss, Elivanda Smith, Louis Francis, Sandie Nelson, Dean Richerson, Diana Cornwell, Les Combs, Joyce Larson, Donald Hendrickson, Director. ' -Fitz-fi.' ' .-,,,-454' rw J U CD-IZUCTJCD QQ -1' N XV if S' , Ti l I ii 1' Q lf txt - Q 1 il!! 'sig , -pffggfggg, S1 .mr ,N , fine -A .,. ww , The intermural football season kicked off with a record number of teams in the running this year. Graduate League 1. Soph Dents CReclJ Senior Dents Kappa Psi Soph Dent Cl3lueJ Freshmen Dent 6. Junior Dent American League 1. Sixty-Niners 2. TKE CG-rayj 3. No Names 4. Dorm 5. The Burners 6. Phynque Phynques 7. Road Runners 8. Alpha's National League 1. D-Bags 2. AEPi A-Go-Gos Mike McGuire fades back for a pass 4' Delta Chi against the 69'ers. Al'1irT1E:lIS 6. TKE CCherryJ 7. Spartans -0' V"F1h J.- ' nam ra-" Q' ' A determined Steve Davis closes in for Teke. Delta Chi unveils their new line defense against the Chi O's. Jim Albertson checks for a receiver downfield. i SYM W E' ga Ln mn' , ....,.V, . . .M W-eg,'f"'7' 'K Mike Engel works his way in to score for the 69'ers Interception for the Sophomore Dents!! Teke's Roger Clark finds himself in trouble. Y l l SIXTY-NINERS CAPTURE TITl-E Coming from a 2 and 3 record last ear, the Sixty-niners marched to a 10 nd O mark this year to reign as the in- ramural champs at UMKC. Their claim to first place, however, was not easily acquired. After trouncing AERi in the initial game of the playoffs, the victors barely managed to squeeze by the Soph Dent Red team 19-18. Meanwhile the D-bags were able to escape TKE with a last minute touchdown to climb into the finals. But once there, the un- defeated D-bags with quarterback Mike McGuire firing pinpoint bullet passes, were not able to overcome the deliberate and perfectly-executed plays of the 69'ers. Final score: D-bags 12 69'ers 13. f""'X The D-bags plan strategy for their championship game. Second Place-D-bags B. Roof, J. Redd, S. Bax, R. Selders, S. Gialdi, M. McGuire, J. Browne, J. Werner, J. Aldrich, S. Corneilson. A N-lic. Champion 69'ers First Row: I.. Porter, R. Merfer, T. Bentley. Second Row: J. MoCrary, J. Jones, D. Tucker, R. I-larre Third Row: EB. Schantz, J. Thomas, IVI. Engel. Won 1 O Lost O 19 Dorm 18 30 TKE 19 48 Rhynque Rhynques 6 34 No Names O 32 The Burners 6 34 Road Runners O 2 AIpha's O 33 AEPi 6 13 D-bags 12 19 Soph Dent CRedJ 18 Final Standings Won Lost Sixty-niners 14 2 Delta Chi CReClD 13 3 TKE 8 8 Delta Cni CBuffD 5 11 Cni Omega O 16 Vicki Davis Gary Lasister Dick Rodecker Jim Sebastian Bill Frick Top Bowlers High Series 530 527 527 527 502 Red League 1. Green Apple Ouicksteps 2. TKE lCherryJ 3. AEF'i 4. Liahona 5. Bus Boys 6. Outlaws Green League 1. Outsiders 2. Freshmen Dent 9962 3. Freshmen Dent 9963 4. Staffers 5. Senior Dent 9963 6. Freshmen Dent 44 Yellow League 1. Soph. Dent Red 2. Soph. Dent Blue 3. Eff Ups 4. Celtics Blue League 1. TKE CGrayJ 2. Sixty-niners 3. A-go-gos 4. D-bags 5. Fluzies 6. Delta Chi Black League 1. Freshmen Dent 9961 2. Junior Dent 9962 3. Senior Dent 9961 4. Graduate Dents 5. Junior Dent 9963 6. Nucleophiles Orange League 1. Dorm 2. Senior Dent 9962 3. Avengers 4. No Names 5. Junior Dent 9961 6. Dorm 9962 Purple League 1. Pharmacy 9961 2. Porters 3. T-Shakes 4. Pharmacy 9962 5. Blanks 6. Law School , L. I If X The Dorm and 69ers struggle for a rebound Foul" during the title game. Ron Hom takes one away from Jay Jones of the 69ers. 11 Dorm captures another missed shot. Height sometimes has its advantages Beginning of the end for the Dorm. lT'S THE 69ERS AGAIN! Once more, the Sixty-niners proved 'lemselves No. 1 at the university by seiz- 1g first place in intramural basketball. This iarked the third title in as many sports for nem. It was a come-from-behind story for he champs as the determined squad swept ly their TKE opponents to gain the cham- lionship. In the final game, the 69ers easily ubdued the Dorm 68-36. ln the semi-final ontest the champs had the most trouble, ,aired up against a TKE team which had onquered them earlier. But with a few re- ldjustments in the playmaking, the 69ers were able to draw TKE's tall men out from lnder the boards and gain the necessary ebounds. This, along with the outside .hooting of Ron lVlerfen, Bill Schantz, and Richard l-laynes was enough for the 69ers o capture the seesaw contest 63-57 and plimb into the finals. The 69ers close in on the action First Row: J. Jones, R. Merfen, R. Haynes, B. Schantz. Second Row: A. Jones, J. Thomas P Davis R Sturgeon. The inevitable spike!! LIAHONA-1ST PLACE Gene Fuhre gets one up for his TKE teammate Joe Pruett. LIAI-IONA NO. 1 IN VOLLEYBALL After five weeks of regular season play and a final round robin tournament, Liahona came out on top in the intramural vol- leyball competition. Utilizing their overall height to great ad- vantage, the independent team blocked and spiked their vvay in- to first place in the Blue League. Then determination and speed took over as they swept by the Fiddlers and the Soph Dent Reds, champions in their re- spective leagues. Cal lVlcDole and Bob Worts were the main scoring threats for Liahona. First Rovv: Bob Whiting, Cal lVlcDole, Jim Seely. Second Row: Pete Jones, Tim Thomas. Third Row: Bob Worts, l-lal Davis. l i FENCINC3 BRIDGE FINALISTS I-larold Magariel-Dave Smith REGIONAL PING-PONC3 CI-IAIVIP Jim Goers WILLIE IVIGSCCDNI, BILLIARDS l l Willie lvlosconi, pocket billiard champion, gave an exhibition of skills of the game in Pierson l-lall on the university campus. lvlosconi demonstrated billiard fundamentals for beginners and then exhibited his "machine-gun shot," bouncing the cue ball off each of the 15 balls before landing it in a corner pocket, along with other trick shots. Mosconi, who retired from tournament play in 1958, held the vvorId's title in competition for 1941- 48, 1950-53, 1955, and 1956. His most famous rec- ord is a high run of 526, a vvorld's exhibition record. 9 OUR SALLJTE KANSAS CITY Cl-IIEFS TO TI-IE Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas City 42-40 Buffalo Bills City 32-10 Oakland Raiders City 43-24 Boston Patriots City 14-29 Buffalo Bills City 34-10 Denver Broncos City 13-34 Oakland Raiders City 56-10 Denver Broncos City 48-23 l-louston Oilers City 24-14 San Diego Chargers City 34-16 Miami Dolphins City 27-27 Boston Patriots City 32-24 New York Jets City 19-18 Miami Dolphins City 27-17 San Diego Chargers 1967 A. F. I.. CI-IAIVI PS 1 1 NS!! ,Mm fs. an .K fy, i 5- 5 AND TO TI-IE N54 wxww ,f J IVIISSGLJRI TIGERS SCI-IDDI. DF GRADUATE STUDIES Dr. Wesley J. Dale, Dean We take this opportunity to welcome Dr. Wesley J. Dale as Dean of the School of Graduate Studies at the University of Missouri at Kansas City. Dr. Dale is not new to the University of Missouri system, however. l-le was Chairman of the Chemistry Department on the Columbia Campus. l-le has also worked with The National Science Foundation in Washington, D.C., for two years. Dr. Dale and his staff, Dr. Henry Mitchell, Coordinator of Graduate Studies, Mrs. Margaret Brinkman, Assistant to the Deanq and Miss Phyllis Biggs, Secre- tary to the Dean, coordinate the Graduate Study Program in the various divi- sions of the University. With expanding enrollment, Dr. Dale anticipates the initiation of many new programs in the near future. During the past year, the Graduate School received two NDEA Title IV fellow- ships. This is the first time such fellowships have been received by this Univer- sity. In addition, the University of Kansas City Trustees have provided a fellow- ship, and we have received two National Science Foundation traineeships. These are available to students in various areas. Graduate Assistantships are also available in areas offering graduate work. The Graduate Studies Office coordinates the awarding of these assistantships. We welcome Dr. Wesley J. Dale and thank him for his contribution to the growth and progress of the University of Missouri at Kansas City 1967 KANGAROO STAFF' Editor ........... Business Manager . Advertising Manager Photography Editor Photography Dept. . Associate Editors . . Class and Faculty . . . . . . Betsy Bovves . . Robert Weinstein . . . Paula Ozpun . . . . . . . . Steve Collins St. Clair, Norm Bueloendorf, Joe Whalen, Glenn Bray, Patty Nunn. ..........John l-lead Allen Katz . Sally Magana, Editor Julie M. Bradley, Mary Ellen Mitchell. Organizations . . . Mary Brinkman, Editor Greek ....... ..... M ary Ellen Burke Vicki Wyatt Sports .... .. Pat C'Keefe, Editor Copy .... l..isa Phillips, Editor Martha I-leinz, Carol Wilhite. Index . . . Pat Emmett Chris Myers SSISS ..... . . . 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FINE MISSOURI SCHOOLS AND FINE HOME AREAS ARE A WINNING COMBINATION! C. NICHOLS COMPANY LOg 13456 Musicol Headquarters For UMKC - 1 ' X- 5 Q 5 A 771 NW - f 1 w. 4qQp- If "TI g gird Vlfl N A 1 Lg 1. lvl ,ST ai A . VH , 1"-2 n1ijWaXVi l4.fx A Q I.u has .Maui INSTRUMENTS-MUSIC AND BOOKS ACCESSORIES- REPAIRING 4318 MAIN KANSAS CITY, MO. PL 3 7111 sr,"Qf INDEX A Abrams, Marc 68 Accordionaires 270 Adams, Gary 99,271 Adams, l-larlie 79 Adkins, Herbert 94 Administration 16 Adrian, Jeanette 68 Advertising 296 Ahmed, Latheef 33 Akers, Barbara 46,191,199 Albano, Grace 247 Albano, Michael 132 Alber, Joyce 68 Alber, Vivian 79 Albertson, J. B. 46,215,278 Albin, Sonja 46 Alden, Cathy 68,199 Aldrich, James 46,279 Allard, Lee 86 Allen, Archie 46 Allen, Arnold 94 Allen, Jeanie 46 Allen, Lena 46 Alleg, Marilyn 68,193 All tudents' Association 2 Alpert, Joel 46 Alpert, Teresa 68 Alpha Delta Pi 192 Alpha Epsilon Pi 200 Alpha Phi Alpha 205 Alpha Phi Omega 220 Altman, Gary 132 Altman, Lana 68 Altug, Cynthia 125 Anderson, Craig 46 Anderson, Judy 46 Anderson, Kurt 46 Anderson, Marjorie 68 Anderson, Terry 46 Aning, Victor 86,191,205 Antener, Janet 124 Apgar, Gary 46 Appelbaum, Elizabeth 90 Apple, Gary 46 Arehart, Charles 79 Arens, Kenneth 96 Armstrong, Janis 46 Arndt, William 30 Arnold, Linda 46 Arnold, Sheryle 68 Arrowsmith, Gerald 68,215 Arts and Sciences 44 Arts and Sciences Council Asbury, Larry 229 Asbury, LeRoy 46 Aston, Constance 46 Athey, Margaret 101 Atwell, Donald 79,215 Axon, Steve 68 Bachman, Linda 46 Badami, Peter 46 Baellow, Merriam 46 Bah'ai Club 250 Baier, Gerald 46 Bailey, Lee 46 Bair, Jane 99,180 Baker, Andrea 46 Baker, Ronnie 98 Baker, Susan 79 Baker, Terry 46 Bale, Don 46 Ballou, Robert 86 Bane, Sue 46 Barid, Elaine 68 Barn, Sandra 68 Barnes, Leslie 46 Barnes, Terry 46 Barnett, Pamela 46 Barosh, Robert 95 Barreca, David 46,215 Barrett, Sandra 125 Barth, Donald 46 Bartlett, Linda 68 Bast, Kathleen 46 Bath, Karen 100 Baucom, Opal 68 ' Bauhard, Ernestine 68,221 Baumgarten, Martin 68 Bayne, Brian 94 Bax, Frederick 68,279 Beach, Irene 68 Beach, Virginia 68 Beale, Bruce 46 Bean, James 46 Beard, Michael 94 Beatty, Jeanie 46 Beaty, Diana 68 Bebermeyer, William 228 Beck, Lola 46 Beggs, Phyllis 68 Bell, Gary 271 Bell, Sherrie 79 Bellafiore, Joseph 46,215 Bellah, John 68 Bellante, Nadine 46 Bellas, Roger 229 Bellis, Patricia 68 Belt, Peggy 46 Belval, James 46 Bennett, Everett 79,209 Bennett, John 46 Bennett, Kathie 46 Benskin, Kenneth 46 Benson, Roger 46 314 34 237 Bentley, Tony 280 Berger, Rhonda 46 Bergin, Lana 46 Bergin, Robert 68 Beugin, Louis 46 Bevier, Sharon 124 Bien, Kenneth 46,209 Biggs, James 86 Bilquist, Donna 46 Bilyeu, Janice 46 Biology Club 250 Bishop, Beverly 68 Black, Michele 46 Blacketes, Pamela 46 Blackmon, Francie 46 Blaier, David 86 Blaine, Angel 127 Blaine, Lee 86 Blake, John 229 Blake, Michele 46 Blakeley, Marini 47 Blankinship, Mary 79 Blansett, Julie 47 Bloch, Wheadon 234 Block, Annette 90 Blodgett, Cherine 47 Blue, Sylvia 47 Blumenthal, Joel 47 Bly, Margo 47 Board o Curators 17 Board of Trustees 17 Bockshammer, Joyce 47 Bodenheimer, Stan 47 Bodine, Margie 47 Bodney, Howard 132,235 Bogutski, Lissa 47 Bohlman, Chryse 98 Bohrer, Margaret 100 Bolin, David 86 Boman, Mary Jo 47 Bonkoski, Teresa 47 Borgman, Larry 215,244 Borgmier, Kathryn 68 Boring, Richard 79 Boswell, Paul 68 Boucher, Flora 124 Boucher, Mary 68 Bowen, Dennis 47 Bowes, Elizabeth 79,264 Bowling, Pamela 47 Bowman, Jess 47 Bowman, Ronald 90 Boyd, Linda 124 Boyd, Richard 79 Boydston, Gary 79 Boyer, Dorothy 79 Boylston, Barbara 47 Bracken, Bob 47 Bracken, John 69 Brackhahn, James 191,215 Brackhahn, Robert 86,215,234 Brackhahn, Thomas 94,215 Brumwell, Daniel 69 Bruscato, Charles 47 Bryan, Karen 71,199 Bryan, Marjorie 124 Brzuchalski, Patricia 47 Buddenbohm, Len 69 Bubendorf, Norman 69 Buehlig, Arlie 47 Buie, June 124 Bukovac, Timothy 47 Bullock, Daniel 47 Bum Friday 160 Bum Friday Queen 170 Bunch, Robert 79 Burdick, Harold 30 Burgett, Jacciuelyn 98 Burgio, Katherine 79 Burke, John 124 Burke, Mary Ellen 79,199,271 Burkholder, Catherine 47 Burkholder, Phyllis 79 Burnett, Michael 215 Burns, Philip 47 Burrows, Sally 47 Burton, Elizabeth 79 Bushard, Elizabeth 98 Business Administration 92 Business Council 238 Buss, Frieda 86 Butcher, James 47 Buthan, Judy 79 Butterworth, Thomas 79 Bye, Merv 47 Byers, Sue 180 Byers, Ronald 47 Byrne, Robert 47 Byrne, Stephen 69 Cable, Sandra 69 Cadile, John 47 Cadwallader, Gar 48 Cady, Carol 193,215 Cagg, Gary 48 Cain, Preston 79 Caldwell, Candace 69 Caldwell, David 48 Caldwell, Patrick 95 Callus, Terry 69 Calovich, Michael 79,215 Cambiano, Rose 48 Cambron, Ernest 90 Cameron, Anne 69 Cameron, Anne 69 Campbell, Cathy 69 Campbell, Gregory 48 Campbell, John 48 Campus Life 140 Canfield, Patricia 48 Cantrell, Diana 48 Cardarella, Phillip 69 Braclsbury, Daniel 68 Braden, Gayle 98 Bradley, Julie 79 Brady, James 47 Bragg, Sherry 79 Brammer, Robert 47 Branch, Jeanne 47 Branch, Janice 98 Brandon, Pamela 47 Branford, Sheila 79 Branham, James 49 Brast, John 69 Brawner, Luther 47 Bray, Glenn 47,215 Bray, Mark 68 Bray, Michael 68 Bray, Michael 68 Bray, Tom 47 Breckenridge, John 69 Bredehoft, Roger 229 Bremer, Frank 90 Bremner, Thomas 180 Bremson, Robert 86 Brenner, Francis 47 Bresnahan, Connie 68 Breusing, Charles 79 Brewer, Larry 47 Carey, Michael 209 Carl, Cameron 69 Carl, Kenneth 48 Carlson, Carl 48 Carlson, John 48 Carlton, l-larry 90 Carnathers, Richard 79 Carnwell, Diana 101 Carr, Charles 69 Carr, Richard 90 Carrier, Larry 69 Carson, Nancy 48 Carter, Charles 48 Carter, Edward 95 Carter, James 125 Carter, Joe 79 Carter, Michael 79 Carter, William 48 Cason, Juanita 79 Castleberry, James 48,180, 209 Catron, Mae 48 Cavaness, Brenda 79 Ceacher, James 48 Center Board 236 Cerovich Wa ne48 Bridgforth, Donald 94 Brink, Vincent 79,215,234 Brinkman, Mary 199 Briscoe, Glenn 98 Bristow, Bernard 47 Britt, Charles 47 Britton, Barbara 69 Broadaway, Fredie 69 Brockman, Thomas 47 Broll, Michael 47 Brooks, Penelope 47 Brown, Craig 47 Brown, Densel 47 Brown, Irma 124 Brown, Judith 47 Brown, Leigh 47 Brown, Richard 79 Brown, Tony 47 Brown, Vanita 79 Browne, John 279 Browning, Charles 209 Browning, Kay 47 Browning, Linda 47 Broyles, Katherine 69 Bruce, David 209 Bruce, Patricia 199,242 Bruegger, Frank 98 Bruegging, Carol 47 Brumfield. Sharon 69 , Y Chadwick, Daniel 48 Chagoyan, Marcel 79 Chambers, Blaine 48,209 Chambers, Michael 69 Chapman, Mary 79 Chappell, Linda 69 Chesebro, Donald 48 Chesney, John 181 Chilton, Marvin 86 Chinnery, Carl 132 Chi Omega 196 Chiom, Ken 48 Chizek, Robert 94 Choate, Vicki 48 Choir 272 Choraliers 271 Christenson, James 132 Christian Science Club 251 Christianson, Paul 33 Christie, Stephanye 48 Christmas Display Contest 154 Christy, David 48 Chronic, Constance 48 Chu, Michael Ciabaugh, David 100 Clair, Anna 48 Clancy, Sharon 69 Clarck, Karen 124 Clark, Lowell 79.209 Clark, Roger 48,278 Clark, Victoria 48 Clark, Walter 125 Clark, Westley 98 Clark, William 79 Clemenson, James 86 Clements, Dorin 49 Clements, Marcia 69 Clerihan, Gay 69 Cline, Carol 125 Clippard, William 90 Cloniger, Gary 49,209 Coble, Janice 69 Coby, Alvin 49,215 Cocayne, Jeff 49 Cochran, Jack 132 Coffman, Cheryl 69 Coffman, Nancy 49 Cogshell, Sarah 125 Cohen, Jackie 49 Coit, Daniel 49 Coit, Kathleen 69 Coker, Carolyn 49 Cole, Jesse 79 Cole, Renae 86 Coll, Vernamae 98 Colleges 44 Cggegiate Young Republicans Colletti, Larry 124 Colley, Marylin 124 Collins, Steve 69 Collura, Russ 49 Colmer, Robert 69 Colson, John 69 Colvin, Patricia 49 Combs, Leslie 49 Comens, Danielle 69 Comer, James 127 Como, Vincent 49 Compton, Micholas 69 Concerts 152 Conners, Elizabeth 79 Conners, Pat 49 Connole, Dennis 49 Connor, Patricia 193 Connor, Terry 229 Conservatory of Music 96 Conservatory Council 238 Cook, David 69 Cook, Kim 49 Cooper, Curtis 49 Cooper, John 49 Cooper, Patricia 49 Corne, Linda 49 Cornelison, Stephen 279 Cornell, James 124 Corrigan, Frank 95 Cosmopolitan Club 253 Cotham, Dorletta 79 Cotham, Jackie 49 Courson, Melody 98 Courtney, James 49 Cousins, Raymond 86 Couts, Roddy 79 Cowick, John 271 Cowie, Roberta 49 Cox, Ernest 71,215 Cox, James 86 Cox, Robert 49 Cox, Steven 49 Craft, Dianne 49 Craig, David 69 Crain, William 30 Crane, Gregg 49 Crawford, ohn 79, 180 Crawford, Kenneth 98 Creason, Gary 49 Crites, Karen 49 Croakes, George 79 Crockett, Betty 69 Crosby, Susan 125 Cross, Cheri 69 Cross, James 86 Cross, Jerry 209 Crossley, Catherine 49 Croucher, Donna 127 Cummings, Alan 49 Cummings, Craig 49 Cummings, Paul 99 Cummings, Thomas 101,215 Curley, James 69 Curley, Michael 94 Curp, Robert 49 Curry, Michael 69 Curry, Ruth 69 Curtis, Sherry 49 Cypret, Lehman 49 Czech, Barbara 86 D Daggett, Christopher 49 Daly, Kathleen 49 Daly, Patricia 49 Damas, Fred 49, 209 Damico, Linda 49 Damon, David 86 Dandliker, Mike 49 Daniel, Gaylord 229 Darby, Judith 86 Darby, Patricia 49 Davidow, Robert 132 Davidson, Robert 190 Davies, Kathleen 49 Davis, Betty 69 Davis, Dixie 99 Davis, Hal 286 Davis, Herman 205 Davis, Jeanette 69. 193 Davis, Marjorie 69 Davis, Nanc Jo 125 Davis, Pamella 79 Davis, Patricia 285 Davis, Peggy 49 Davis, Philip 49 Davis, Richard 49 Davis, Ronald 49 Davis, Sandra 49 Davis, Stephen L, 69 Davis, Stephen R. 278 Davis, Vicki 49 Dawson, Ruby 49 Day, Michael 79 Day, Ral h 69 Dagton, gexter 94 De arthe, Thomas 70 Deblase, Joseph 79 Defeo, Charles 94 Defoor, William 49 Degen, Gary 49 Deis, Robert 70 Dekat, Joseph 70 Delaney, Jeanne 49 Delaurier, Bruce 49 Dell, Marcella 98 Delong, Lawrence 94,235,238 Del Percio, Michael 50,124 Delta Chi 208 Delta Chi Mothers' Club 254 Delta Omicron Kappa 248 Delta Sigma Delta 224 Delta Theta Phi 226 Demoss, Jacciuelyn 127 Demoss, Lawrence 99 Demoss, Leonard 101 Denison, John 50 Dennis, Chris 86 Dennis. Ronald 50 Dental Council 239 Dental Hygiene 1 18 Dental School 102 Denton, Sandra 70 Derby, John 50 Dereninger, Cecelia 70,193 Derr, Kay 125 Deshaffon, Sandra 79 DeSoto, Lucy 50 Determann, Henry 50 Deveney, Michael 50 Devine, Rozanne 50 Dewald, Maurice 180 Dewberry, Karen 50 Dewey, Mary 124 Dexheimer, Gregory 70 Dexter, Sandra 50 Dexter, Thomas 50,209 Dibal, Lavinia 50 Dickson, Donald 50 Diekhoff, Egon 79 Diggs, Saraugusta 86 Dillbeck, Stephen 50 Dillinger, William 229 Dion, Vicki 50,191,193 Disabatino, Robert 50,209 Dittmer, Terry 50 Doad, Mary 50 Doane, Kevin 50 Dobbelare, A. G. 50 Dobbins, Allen 50 Doherty, Charles 101 Dolan, Daniel 50 Dolan. Mark 50 Donaldson, John 98 Don Carlos, Gary 70 Donovitz, Linda 79 Doran, Marif 79 Dormitory 80 Dorsey, John 132 Douglas, Susan 50 Doutt, Gerald 70 Dovel, Gregory 70 Dowell, Carmeline 90 Downey, Richard 50 Downing, David 80 Drain, Ronald 50,209 Draney, Susan 193 Draskovich, Cecelia 50 Dressler, Michael 70,215 Dubin, Sol 80 Duchardt, Barbara 50 Duderstadt, David 80 Duewel, Richard 70 Duff, Carolyn 125 Duffey, John 50 Duley, Janis 90 Dulin, Mark 70 Dulle, Mary 80 Duncan, Bruce 70 Duncan, Mary 70,193 Duncan, Roy 70 Dunham, Douglas 229 Dunham, Hortense 80 Dunn, David 86 Dunn, Rex 80 Durand, Elaine 125 Durlacher, Ailsa 80 Dusty, Nancy 124 Dutcher, Larry 50 Dwight, Nelson 70 Dye, Stephanie 60 Dyer, Harold 50,209 E Eads, Robert 70 Eager, Johnie 50 Easter, A. Robert 80 Eaton, Betty 125 Eaton, Iris 98 Eaton, William 229 Ebel, Clifford 80 Eddy, Charles 50 Eddy, William 33 Edgar, John 132 Edmiston, Charla 100,221, Edmonds, Susan 50 Edris, Wayne 234 Education 123 Education Council 239 Edwards, James 50 Edwards, Nita 50 Eggen, Allen 50 Eidson, Judith 50 Eisenberg, William 187 Eldridge, Veronica 70 Elections 158 Elias, Clada60 Elliott, Alicia 50 Elliott, Elaine 50 Elliott, James 70 Elliott, Wesley 50 Ellis, Terry 50 Ellsworth, Marsha 50 Elson, Jane 50 Emmett, Patrick 70,191 236,249.255,264 Enerly, Mike 80 Engel, Michael 178,280 Engel, Sharon 50 Enggas, Donna 50 England, Virgil 86 Engle, Charles 70 Enslen, Mary 50 Epperson, David 80 Epstein, Stanton 80 Erbacher, Kathryn 50 Erhart, James 50 Erickson, Nancy 50 Eshelman, Gene Eslinger, Barbara 50 Estepp, Linda 70 Estes, Steven 70 Eubank, Steven 51 Eufinger, Barbara 70 Eufinger, Mary 86 Euston, Janice 51 Evans, Barbara 80 Evans, Cathy 80 Evans, David 70 Evans, Larry 51 Evansizer, James 51 Everett, Carol 51 Ewart, Cathy 70 Ewing, Roger 51 Exposito, Michael 70 F Fagerberg, John 51 Fagg, Kelly 51 Fann, Yvonne 70 Fanning, David 86 Farmer, Rebecca 199 Farr, Sandra 80 Farris, Patrick 51 Farrow, Kathy 51 Fasei, Stanley 51 Fatt, Donna 70 Feingold, Anita 70 Feingold, Bari 51 Feldman, Stephanie 51 Fenberg, Vicki 51 Ferguson, Linda Carol 238 Ferrara, Aldon 80 Ferrell, Jean 51 Ferro, Jolenea 80 Ficken, Sheryl 125 Fierst, Robert 51 Findley, Frederick 94 Fink, Carol 80 Finke, Darl 80 Finke, Gerald 80 Finnell, Charles 51 Fischer, Daniel 51 Fishell, Mildred 80 Fisher, Douglas 51 Fisher, Frank 229 Fisher, Scott 70 Fisher, Shirley 51 Fisher, William 27 1 Fisher, William 94 Fitzgerald, Michael 132 Fitzgibbons, William 80 Flacks, Harvey 70 Flanagan, Patrick 51 Fletcher, James 51,209 Fling, Judth 70 Flink, Karl 80,209 Flood, Richard 51 Flora, Jack 51 Floreza, Richard 51 Flowers, Allison 5 1,27 1 Floyd, Larry 51,70 Floyd, Michael 51 Flynn, Kathleen 70 Fogarty, Diane 51 Ford, Richard 94 Forrest, Teryle 80 Fortner, Judith 51 238 ,209, Foster, Barbara 127 Foster, Beverly 70 Foster, Patricia 51 Foster, Thomas 132 Fowlston, Margie 80 Fox, Gary 70 Foxworth, Travis 70 France, Walter 52,205 Francis, Connie 52 Francis, David 70 Francis, Louis 70 Frank, Donald 70 Frank, Mary Jane 90 Franklin, Carolyn 52 Franklin, Robert 52 Franklin, Virginia90 Frantze, James 52 Franz, Doreen 70 Fray, Penny 99 Freelain, Wilma 80 Freeman, Avery 80 Freeman, 54 Freeman, Janis 70 Fremerman, Sue 127 French, Warren 30 Frey, Gloria 52 Frey, Judi 52 Frick, Margaret90 Friedman, Edwin 70 Friedman, Jeffrey 86 Friedman, Robert 70 Fritz, David 52 Frost, Candy 52,199 Fuchs, Robert 86 Fuhre, Eugene 52,286 Fuiley. Connie 98 Fuller, Sterling 30 Fuller, Steven 52 G Gabbert, Elvin 52 Gaines, Gail 52 Gallardo, Victor 70 Gallun, Judith 124 Gandhi, Dilip 90 Gann, Delbert 86 Gann, Frankie 52 Ganschow, James 33 Gansen, Michael 52 Gardner, Patricia 98 Garrett, Dallas 80 Garrett, James 80 Garrett, Jerry 86 Garrison, Carolyn 90 Garrison, Gregory 52 Gasau, Jerry 98 Gaskill, Rita 98 Gast, Ottolene 100,221 Gaule, Betty 70 Gelini, Nancy 52 Geller, Geoffrey 70 Gentry, Douglas 70 Geology-Geography Club 255 George, Jon 80 Gerber, Spencer 52 German Club 256 Gershman, Leonard 94 Gholson, Jan 52 Gialde. Steve 279 Gibbens, Georgia 81,185 Gibbs, Olibia6 Gibson, Ora 132 Gibson, Richard 101 Giffee, Jim 70 Giffin, Reggie 132 Gilbert, Charles 52 Gille, Warren 70 Gillihan, Nancy 52 Gilmore, Cynthia 52 Gilmore, Robert 52 Ginsberg, Beverg 70 Girolami, Paula 1 4 Gish, Robert 8 1 Gitterman, Stephen 70 Gladden, Ernest 52 Gladden, John 131 Glasco, Glenn 52 Glasgow, Donna 127 Glass, Cary 71 Glavin, Sandra 86 Gleason, Milton 52 Gnefkow, Michael 52 Goble, John 229 Goble, Rebecca 98 Goellner, Barbara 52 Goettel, David 52 Goff, Glenda 52 Goggin, Janice 52 Goldberg, Marlene 52 Goldklang, Joan 52 Goldstein, Elliott 132 Gooch, Joy 199 Goodding, Martha 81 Goodman, Terry 71 Goodnight, Janice 7 1 Goodson, Jack 71 Goodwin, Sandra 52 Gopman, Seymour 101 Gordon, Gary 81 Gordon, Lawrence 86 Gordon, William 52 Gore, Billie 8 1 Gorham, Sanford 86 Gorin, Martin 52 Gorin, Sonia 7 1 Gorrell, Linda 100,221 Gott, Mary 52 Grace, Pierre 95 Gradford., Samuel 81 Grady, Ann 52 Graf , Steven 7 1 Graham, Elizabeth 86 Graham, Jerry 52 Graham, Judith 13 1 Graham, Wayne 131 Graham, Yvonne 52 Gramms, Paul 94 Grant, Carol 52 Grantham, Barbara 125 Graves, Mary 52 Gray, John 99 Gray, Sherri 7 1,193 Greeks 188 Green, Gary 94 Green, Lennetta 52 Green, Dale 79 Greenwood, John 7 1 Greer, Thomas 81 Greer, Norris 86 Griffin, Michael 52 Griffith, Sharon 52 Griffiths, John 7 1 Grigsby, Harry 52 Grimes, William G. 52 Grimes, William R. 90 Grine, Marilyn 7 1 Griswold, Vickie 52 Grohusky, James 81 Gronniger, Guy 52 Groom, Margaret 52 Groves, Gary 86 Groves, Larry 53 Grubb, Linda 98 Gruen, Mary Ann 193 Gruther, James 81 Grzebinski, Richard 81 Guffey, Laveta 100,221 Guili, Corrine 98 Gulotta, Linda 53 Gumucio, Reynaldo 86 Gunderson, Janet 81 Guyton, Dolores 53 Guzman, David 53 H Haas, Merilee 71 Hader, Kenneth 53 Hadley, Richard 53 Haerer, Karen 53 Hagel, Mary 53 Hageman, Kenneth 95 Haggarty, John 7 1 Haggerty, Mary 53 Hailey, Robert 209 Haines, Carl 228 Hake, Kathleen 53 Halbert, Richard 81 Halbhuber, Teresa 53 Hall, James 53 Hall, Joann 125 Hall, Ronald 241 Hallberg, Pam 53,199 Halliburton, Richard 131 Halsey, Randall 7 1 Hamam, Joyce 124 Hamblen, Deanna 53 Hamilton, Jess 7 1 Hamilton, Vicki 53,199 Hamlin, Kathleen 53 Hammett, Peggy 81,199 Hammett, Ronald 71 Hammond, Jane 53 Hammond, Nancy 81 Hamrick, Audrey 125 Hamcock, Carol 53 Hand, Patrick 81 Handley, John 71 Hankins, Gale 95 Hanna, Cheryl 53 Hannon, Katherine 53 Hanover, Hollis 132 Hansen, Jackie 53 Hansen, Steve 90 Hanson, Alan 229 Harbison, Catherine 71 Hardesty, Dona 86 Hardin, Linda 53 Harding, Gary 53 Hargrove, Martha 53 Harley, Robert 53 Harn, Donna 86 Harre, Ray 280 Harrington, Robert 53 Harris, Donald 53 Harris, Jean 124 Harris, Kenneth 53 Harris, Mark 71,209 Harris, Stephen 7 1 Harris, William 53 Hart, Alice 99,27 1 Hart, Ann 53 Hart, Marvin 100 Harton, Marilyn 247 Hassel, Michael 53 Hastings, Regina 53 Hatfield, Marsha 53 Hatton, John 81 Haug, Robert 7 1 Hawig, Diana 53 Hawkins, Susan 81 Hawman, Dan 229 Hayes. Maureen 187 Haynes, Richard 71,285 Hayward, Susan81,193 Hazelett, William 71 Hazlett, Arnold 86 Head, John 209 Heavilin, Cheryl 53 Heavilin, Marsha 53 Heavner, Carolyn 124 Hedberg, Cynthia 7 1 Heffern, Robert 7 1 Heflin, Henry 53 Heiffus, Judy 71 Heim, Susan 7 1 Heinz, Martha 199 Heinzle, Andrea 81 Helbing, Paul 81 Hellinger, Sharon 86,199 Helvey, Jimmy 71' Hemmen, Betty 71 Henderson, Gary 53 Henderson, Mary 71 Henderson, Shirley 53 Hendricks, Darrell 229 Hendrickson, Dennis 229 Henehan, Bernard 53 Henkel, Judith 81 Henrickson, Donald 90 Henry, Don 95 Henslee, Linda 101 Henson, Lorraine 53 Henson, Sue 71 Hepler, Donna 53 Heritage Singers 273 Herleman, Marianne 86 Hermon, Gregory 81 Herndon, Donald 53 Herndon, Richard 53 Herrick, Kathryn 53 Herrin, Linda 100 Hershey, James 90 Hesler, John 53 Hess, Carl 71 Heter, David 124 Heywood, George 86 Hic ks, Steve 53 Higgins, Ann 53 High, Marathon 30 Hill, Jack 90 Hill, Linda 53 Hill, Lora 53 Hill, Mary 54 Hillbrand, John 81 Hiltner, Orin 90 Hilton, Tani 81, 190, 193,242 Himmel, John 54 Himmelstein, Harold 81 Himmler, Charles 71 Hinken, Jerome 54 Hitchcock, James 100 Hix, Ingrid 125 Hobart, Steven 81 Hodges, Brent 54 Hodges, Gerald 81 Hodgson, Susan 54 Hoel, Donald 54 Hoey Marsha 54 Hof , Carl 54 Hoffman, Arnold 71 Hoffman, Barry 95 Hoffman, Victoria 247 Hoffmann, David 54 Holbert, Deborah 54 Holland, Lorinda 54,199 Holleck, John 54 Holley, Suzanne 101 Hollis, Sandra 54 Holmgren, Beverly 8 1 Holsworth, David 71 Holt, Billie 54 Holt, Julius81 Hoopman, Kathleen 54 Hopkins, Keanna 54 Hopkins, Virginia 100 Horine, Don 54 Horn, Ron 86,283 Horner, Gary 90 Hosfield, Danny 127 Houghton, Shirley 71 House, Daryl 54 House, Gary 71 Housh, Connie 7 1 Howard, Truman 54 Howe, Richard 54 Howell, William 86 Howes, Helen 7 1 Howle, Gregory 94 Hoyt, Michael 54 Hubbard, Patricia 71 Hubbard, Terrance 81 Hubbell, Gail 54 Huff, Nancy 7 1 Huffman, John 54 Huffman, Rosabeth 54 Hufstedler, Glenna 124 Hughes, James 54 Hughes, Sally Sue 241 Hull, Charles 54 Humfeld, George 81,209 Humphrey, Carol 54 Humphrey, Thomas 54 Hunsaker, Lee81,209 Hunsley, Albert 125 Hunt, Donna 90 Hurlbeff. Judith 54 Hurley, Colleen 54 Hurley, Vici 54 Hutchison, Sara 54 3l6 Hybarger, Ron 7 1,191 I Incaprera, Frank 54 lndelicato, Jeanette 99 lnsley, Richard 54 lngolia, Rosina 54 Ingram, Bobbie 54 Inter-Fraternity Council 190 International Dance 167 International Dinner 166 lnzerillo, Benny 95 lnzerillo, Carl 54 Ireland, Maureen 54 Ireland, Ruie 100,221 lrerson, Mike 54 Israel, Diana 54 Italian Club 249 J Jackson, Denise 54 Jackson, Errol 100,205 Jackson, Rodney 54 Jacobson, Bernard 125 Jacobson, Lawrene 90 Jacoby, Filippa 7 1 Jacoby, Terry 81 Jacoby, Terry S, 54 Jaekel, Barbara 54 James, Brenda 54 James, Connie 71 James, Linda 7 1 James, Jane 86 Jameson, Susan 81 James, Robert 94 Janssen, William81 Jarvis, Susan81 Jean, Cheryl 71 Jemison, Jim 7 1 Jenkins, David 8 1 Jennings, James 83 Jensen, Bonnie 54 Jensen, David 81 Jensen, Dou las 71 Jewell, Alan S5 Jimenez, Rafael 54 Johnson, Beverly 54 Johnson, Brenda 54 Johnson, Carolyn 54 Johnson, Eathel 127 Johnson. John 54 Johnson, Maxine 7 1 Johnson, Jan 54 Kelly, Thomas 55 Kemmerer, Carol 72 Kempinger, Sheryl 55 Kennedy, Donald 72 Kennedy, Donna 125 Kennicutt, Robert 55 Kernohan, Bill 228 Kerr, Christina 271 Kerstann, Susan 72 Kesinger, Michael 55 Kessner, Angella 55 Keyes, Bruce 55 Keyser, Larry 87 Kiehne, James 72 Kilbourne, Kelly 55 Kilbride, Marjorie 271 Kilgore, Sharon 81 Kim, Yong-'90 Kimbroug ,Joe 55 Kincaid, raydon 56 Kincaid, Karen 56 Kincheloe, R. D. 56 Las Vegas Holiday 164 Las Vegas Holiday Queen 168 Latona, Vincent 56 Latta, Joe 56 Latta, Virginia 73 Lauber, Roy 82 Lauer, Marie 56 Laughlin, Cynthia 73 Law, Charlene 56 Law Council 240 Law Review 266 Law School 1 28 Lawton, Porrestal 191,205 Layson, John 73 LeCuru, Richard 73 Ledford, Phyllis 125 Ledsworth, Linda 56 Lee, Linda 73 Lee, Margaret 56 Lee, Sandford 56 Leeper, Barbara 82 Leeper, Deborah 73 King, King, King, King, Kin King Kinn , gf King, Ann 56,193 Douglas 56 James 72 Margaret 56,199 Patricia 56 Suzan 72 , Thomas 56 mon Rozanne 72 3 , Kinnteder, James 56 Kirchner, Barbara 87 Kirk, Carrie 125 Kirk, Karol 72,193 Kirkland, Sunny 81 Kirkpatrick, Kim 125 Kirkwood, Larry 81 Kirtley, Kent 95 Kistner, John 125 Kistner, Larry 72 Klapmeyer, Rhonda 56 Klee, Barry 56 Kleffner, Larry 56 Klein, John 72 Kleine, Ruth 56 Kling, Jonne 72 Klodt, Laura 56 Kluska, Frederick81 Knapp, John 56 KnaDD. William 87 Knight, David 56 Knoth, Linda 56,193 Koehler, Christopher90 Koehler, Michael 72 Koelling, Sherry 72, 190, 199 Johnson, Paul 54,215 Johnson, Richard 94 Johnson, Ronald 54 Johnson, Sharyn 71 Johnson, Sherry 193 Johnson, Shirley 125 Johnson, Shirley Jean 55 Johnson, Theresa 55 Johnston, Hazel 127 Johnston, John 127 Johnston, Kathryn 55 Johnston, Patricia 55 Johnston, Robert 90 Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, ,Judith 8 1,186 Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Joyce, Julich, Junior Anna 55 Ashe 285 Bonnie 86 Carolyn 55 Charles 57 Jay 280,283,285 Jerome 55 Jimmie 71 Judy 87 Leslie 209 Malcolm 81 Marilyn 71 Jones, Jones, Jones, , Patricia 55 , Peter 124,286 Ronald 33 1 Terry 81 , Wayne 94 Diana 55 Deborah 7 1 Panhellenic 191 Juneau, Pamela 72 K Kallenberger, Karen 55 Kanan Dennis 55 Kang, Jye9O, 187 Kangaroo 264 Kanter David 55 Kappa Epsilon 230 Kappa Psi 228 Kappler, Susan 72 Kapprel, Nancy 55 Katz, AI 72,180,181,243 Kaiser, Linda 125 99 Kauffman, 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Charles 78 Williams, Elizabeth 66 Williams , Gary 66 Williams, Gerald 100 Williams, Jeanice 66 Williams, Jennifer 99,238 Williams, John 66 Williams, Lawrence 66 Williams, Leslie 78 Williams, Myrtle 66 Williams, Nelle 100 Williams, Ronald 85 Williams, Steven E. 66 Williams, Steven P. 66 Williams, Susan 127 Williams, William 89 Williams on, Jeannette 126 Willis, Pamela 100 Willoughby, Cassandra 66 Wilson, Bruce 85 Wilson, Charles 66 Wilson, Charles G. 78 Wilson, Darlene 98 Wilson, Gary 78 Wilson, Gay 66 Wilson, James 99 Wilson, Margaret 99 Wilson, Wilson, Patricia 89 Russell 95 Wilt, Sue 89,247 Winegar, Robert 85 Wineland, Linda 66 Winfrey, Donna 78 Winkelman, Linda 78,18O,181, 199 Winkler, Donald 66 Wisniewsky, Alexandra 193 Witherill , Shirley 98 Witt, Charles 66 Witte, Richard 85 Wolak, Mary 78 Wolf, Tracy 66 Worfgeher, James 85 Wolfun, Robert 85 Wonder, Mary 66,199 Wood, Doug 89 Wood, Elizabeth 89 Wood, Karen 67 Woodruff, Bruce 85 Woods, Jackie 78 Woodward, Diana 85 Woody, Cynthia 78 Woolard, Jerry 95 Worley, Patricia 126 Worts, Elna 101 Worts, Robert 286 Wray, Regina 67 Wrew, Frank 67 Wright, Beverly 124 Wright, Charlotte 78 Wright, David 67 Wright, Jo Christine 78,193 Wright, Karen 67 Wri ht, Ronald 91 8 Wyant, Janet 67 Wyatt, Stephen 85 Wyckoff, Richard 73 Wyett, Vicki 78,199 Wymore, Dan 67,209 Y Yamamoto, Ted 184 Yancey, John 94 Yapon, Marcia 67 Yates, Bruce 67 Yates, Lawrence 85 Yeager, Dennis 126 Yocom, Raymond 91 York, Joseph 67 Young Democrats 260 Young, Gloria 67 Young, Gregory 78 Young, Harold 85 Young, Nancy 85 Youngblood, William 67 Z Zawada, James 67 Zebrowski, Edward 78 Zemcuznikov, Andrew 67 Zencuznikov, Tania 67 Zimmerman, Gary 181 Zolnowski, Jo Ann 67 Zolotor, Ronald 132 Zucker, Irving 91 Zumalt, Thomas 67 SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY A Aberle, Ramon J. 108 Ace, Gary L. 105 Acheson, Keith R. 111 Adams, Robert R. 108 Adams, Robert W. 105 Adamson, Kenneth 105 Aitken, Kent L. 108 Albright, Bruce W. 108 Alder, John L. 11 1 Allen, John C. 114 Allen, John M., Jr. 111 Altvater, Amelia K. 121,119 Anderson, James R. 114 Anderson, Leo J. ll 108 Andrews, James W. 105 Antonatos, George 1 14 Arms, Robert C. 1 1 1 Asher, Tipton J. 114 Ashley, Ronald P. 108 Askew, John B. 114 Avery, Douglas W. 114 B Bagby, Thomas K., Jr. 108 Balsiger, Verlin W. 1 14 Barbe, Robert M. 108 Barnhart, Robert G. 1 1 1 Barton, Terry L. 114 Batliner, Donald J. 105 Beck, Elaine J. 120 Bellante, Elizabeth 120 Benkelman, Brent L. Benson, Jerry K. 105 Benton, Laurence 108 Berry, John H. 105 Bevens, Lonnie J. 114 Bilyew, Neal L. 111 Biosca, Emilio R. 1 14 Black, Richard R. 108 Blackwell, Daniel L. 111 Blythe, Fred B. 108 Bond, Thomas J. 105 Botkin, Donald W. 111 Bourne, Robert 105 Bradbury, Howard 114 Bradford, Karl 105 Brazee, Richard 1 1 1 Breitenbach, C.D. 108 Briery, Pamela 120 Broadbent, Margo 120 Brookover, Curtis 108 Brown, Jack 108 Brown, Jamie 120 Brown, Keith 1 1 1 Brown, Ronald 105 Bryan, Charles 114 Buchannan, W. E. 108 Bunton, Thomas 105 Burket, Joseph 1 14 Burton, Harold 108 Butler, Gerald 108 Butler, Robert 105 Butterfield, Donald 1 1 1 C Carnahan, John 105 Carter, Craig 1 1 1 Chisholm, Janet 1-20,119 Christensen, David 105 Christian, George 105 Clark, John 108 Clark, Stephen 114 Clendenen, Herbert 105 Clendenen, Walter 1 1 1 Cleverley, Ronald 108 Clothir, Marvin 108 Clumsky, Monte 105 Cobble, Jan 114 Cohenour, Wren 114 Cole, James 1 14 Colerick, Kenneth 114 Collins, Larry 105 Cook, Harry 1 1 1 Conrad, Anthony 105 Cosentino, Henry 1 1 1 Cox. Kenneth 108 Crews, Judith 121 Croom, William 114 Crow, Donald 105 Crow, Karen 120 Crowley, Gary 105 Culver, David 111 D ,CurtinLDflary Daily, Dio Davis, Chata 121 Davis, Donna 121 Davis, John 108 Davis, Robert 114 Davis, William 114 Davison, Kim 108 Deeter, Kelley 114 Dennington, Donald 108 Devaughn, Richard 114 Devine, Richard 1 1 1 Dicks, Gary 1 1 1 Dickson, Larry 114 Dix, Michael 1 1 1 Dlabal, James 1 1 1 Dodd, Teresa 121 Downey, Susan 120 Downs, Joyce 1 1 1 Drevets, Stanley 105 Dubois, Rodney 114 Dunn, Bruce 108 Duplessis, Johannes 1 1 1 Dyer, Mary 120 E Eck, Janice 121 Eggleston, Dale 121 Elliott, Phillip 108 Elrod, Jerald 105 Ennis, Robert 105 Evans, Larry 108 Evans, William 111 Evert, Gary 1 11 Ezmari, Tim 1 1 1 F Frankhauser, Gerald 108 Fanning, James 105 Farney, Nelson 108 Ferguson, W. 114 Ferrell, Elizabeth 121 Ficken, Jon 105 Fields, Sharon 121 Figling, Joseph 105 Finke, Raymond 105 Fletcher, John 1 1 1 Foley, Gerald 105 Freeman, David 105 Freidline, Clifford 1 14 Fricke, Theodore 108 Fry, Valerie 121 Fujiuchi, Milton 105 G Galley, Sharon 121 Gardner, John 1 1 1 Gartrell, James 108 Gee, Lamont 105 Giannini, Armond 105 Gladfelter, I. A. 111 Glancy, Thomas 105 Good, Larry 114 Goodin, Leonard 105 Goodrick, Byron 105 Goya, Harold 108 Graham, Wayne 108 Grammer, George 108 Grantham, Gary 108 Graves, Bruce 114 Graves, Jeffrey 105 Graves, Ronald 105 Gravino, Phillip 105 Greenhalgh, David 105 Gregory, Paul 105 Gregory, Shelby 105 GroskoDD, Pamela 121 Gross, Bob 111 Grout, Ronald 108 Gunn, Wallis 121 H Hague, Richard 105 Hahn, James 108 Hall, Floyd 114 Haller, Thomas 1 1 1 Halton, Felix 1 1 1 Hamanishi, Alice 120 Hammons, Royce 105 Harden, Ronald 114 Hardman, Patrick 105 l-larner, Michael 114 Harrington, George 1 1 1 Harris, Boyd 1 1 1 Harris, Terrance 1 1 1 Harris, William 108 Harris, Winfred 1 1 1 Harrison, David 1 11 Harrison, Richard 108 Hart, Jerry 1 1 1 l-learn, Fred 105 Hedrick, Kay 121 Held, Phillip 1 1 1 Helland, Eric 114 Heninger, Don 114 Henslee, Edwin 108 Henson, Robert 1 1 1 Henson, Van 1 1 1 Hesser, Rebecca 120 Hildreth, J. Warren 108 Hively, Jimmy 114 Hobbs, James 105 Hodgson, William 108 Holtgrieve, Darrell 120 Hopkins, Terry 1 14 Hopper, Philip 105 Howard, Jerry 105 lgo, Robert 105 Ingram, Lee 108 Ireland, Gene 108 Irons, Forest 115 Irvin, David 108 J Jennings, Ronald 105 Johnson, Leo 108 Johnson, Michael 108 Johnston, Davey 108 Johnston, Lawrence 108 Jones, Newton 1 15 Jones, Ronald 108 Jones, Stephen 105 Jordan, Margaret 120 Jouret, James 106 Jump, Donald 108 K Kaelke, Kerry 106 Kanakares, Nicholas 108 Kanning, Larry 106 Kauffman, Robert 106 Kavanaugh, Cheryl 121 Kent, William 106 Ketrick, Sheila 120 Kiepor, William 108 Kiesendahl, John 115 Kingsley, Larry 115 Kippenberger, Michael 10 Klayman, Norman 106 Knapp, Frederick 115 Knuble , Richard 109 Koop, Gene 106 Krase, Roger 112 Kreutziger, Keith 115 Krueger, Donald 112 Kuhlman, Larry 109 L Lackey, Woodrow 106 Ladas, John 112 Lagree, Jay 106 Laham, Marilyn 120 Lamb, James 106 Lambert, Donald 115 Lambert, John 109 Landers, Sammie 109 Landreth, Estel 115 Lasahhe, Anthony 106 Lasater, George 1 12 Lawrence, Thomas 109 Lee, Richard 115 Lee, Vernon 115 Leffler, Charles 106 Leopold, Mary 120 Lindley, David 112 Little. Gale 120 Livingston. Garv 1 12 320 9 Loberg, Derrill 115 Logan, James 109 Longanecker, Ronald 115 Lopez, Alfred 1 12 Lopez, Vic 106 Ludlow, Marvin 109 Lujin, Cecil 106 Lundgrin, Jerry 109 Lyle, Kenneth 109 M Macauley, Don 1 12 Madamba, Jorge 115 Maddox, David 109 Madsen, Larry 109 Magnuson, Larry 115 Maloney, Larry 1 12 Maness, William 109 Maple, Theodore 112 Martin, Bobby 112 Martin, Harry 109 Martin, Keith 115 Martincich, Gerald 106 Mashimo. Peter 112 Mason, Dean 109 Maul, Robert 109 Maurer.,Robert 106 Mayagoitia, Barbara 120 McConnell, James 106 McGranahan, Keith 115 McHargue, W. R. 112 McLean, Jary 1 15 McNaughton, Judith 121 McNeish, George 112 Meador, Barry 109 Menees, Robert 1 15 Merritt, Grant 106 Miller, Gary 106 Miller, Gary 106 Miller, Marie 121 Mills, Jay 106 Mitchell, Barto 115 Mitchell, David 115 Mitchell, Mona 120 Mobley, James 109 Moe, Robert 115 Melina, Richard 115 Molinaro, Robert 106 Moody, Merrill 112 Morehart, Dennis 106 Morgan, Michael 115 Morrow, Stephen 106 M0l'tOl'1. Christopher 115 Munger, Thomas 1 12 Murakami, Paul 115 Murphy, Bobby 115 Murphy, Gary 106 Mutti, James 115 Myers, Dennis 106 Myers, Terrell 109 N Nail. Roger 106 Neibling, Harold 112 Nelson, Donald 109 Newbauer, Gene 1 12 Neufeld, Lowell 109 Nicholas, James 109 Nichols, Jerry 1 15 NiehauS, Terry 106 Nossaman, Jerry 115 Nosworthy, Donald 1 15 Ocean, Zeny 112 Oliver, Robert 106 Oti, Enrigue 115 Owen, William 109 Oxford, Robert 109 P Palmer, Gordon 106 Parsons, Dennis 106 Patterson, Max 115 Peppard, Richard 112 Perryman, Richard 109 Pestinger, James 1 12 Peters, Ronald 109 Peterson, Larry 112 Pfuetze, Donald 115 Phillips, Joseph 1 12 Phillips, William 112 Pirk, Frederick 115 Pitner, Dennis 109 Pitts, Robert 112 Poling, Tim 115 Powell, Richard 115 Pracht, Don 1 12 Prechter, Edward 109 Price, Ronald 109 Prince, Lonnie 112 Protzman, Ronald 109 Purma, Charles 1 16 R Rauh, Lawrence 116 Ray, Philip 110 Ready, Dennis 116 Rebek, Paul 116 Reece, David 110 Reed, Kenneth 110 Renynolds, Michael 1 10 Richter, John 116 Riegel, Robert 112 Roark, Ronald 116 Robertson, Glenn 116 Robison, Edward 110 Rogers, Donald 110 Rosevear, Robert 112 Rupp, Roger 110 Rush, Carry 1 16 Rutledge, Linda 121 Ruwwe, George 1 16 Schaffer, Mary 121 Scheider, Howard 1 10 Schreiber, Morton 116 Sedlak, Daniel 110 Sekavec, Jay 116 Serviss, Thomas 113 Shanks, Thomas 113 Sheldon, Barbara 121 Sheldon, Larry 116 Sherman, Benjamin 110 Shipman, Ronald 116 Shreve, Marilyn 120 Shubert, Virginia 121 Skarky, Floyd 110 Skubish, Mary 120.180, Smith, Darrell 113 Smith, Rex 116 Snyder, Willis 110 Snyder, Woodallen 1 10 Soesbe, Glenn 1 13 Spanjer, William 116 Spear, William 1 10 Spiegler, Stephen 110 S urlin, John' 1 16 Sguire, Charles 113 Stevens, Mary 121 181 Stone, John 110 Strader, Ronald 113 Strain. Phillip 113 Sullivan, Paul 113 Swartz, Donald 110 Swartz, Richard 113 Syler, Terrence 1 16 T Tabata, Russell 116 Taintor, Jerry 116 Talbert, Morris 113 Taylor, David 110 Thomas, Royce 116 Thomason, Randolph 110 Thompson, Charles 1 13 Thompson, Marvin 116 Thompson, Wayne 1 16 Thomsen, Janis 120 ' Thornton, David 113 Thurman, Ralph 113 Todd, Robert 116 Tyson, Thomas 113 U Uffens, David 110 Umaki, Clyde 113 V Vann, Lewis 113 Vernon, Jerry 1 16 W Wade, James 116 Wagner, Jerry 110 Ward, Robert 116 Wardlaw, David 116 Watkins, George 110 Watskey, Joseph 113 Watson, Alton 113 Watson, Ronald 113 Webber, Charles 1 16 Webber, Raymond 110 West, James 110 West, Pamela 121 West, Robert 113 West, Ronald 113 Whipple, Mary 121 Whiteside, Gary 1 10 Wiggans, William 110 Wightman, John 113 Wiklund, Theodore 1 16 Wilber, Robert 110 Williams, Amos 1 16 Williams, Ernest 1 13 Wilson, Buck 113 Wilson, Steven 116 Wilt, Howard 113 Winters, Fred 113 Worthington, Brant 113 Wrenn, Thomas 116 Wright, Joe 116 Wymore, George 1 10 Y York, Ann 120 Young, Jerry 113 Younger, Ralph 116 Z Zuck, Gary 116 Zuercher, Victor 113 E P i x i E V F5 Q1 F3 E ya 5


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