University of Nebraska Lincoln - Cornhusker Yearbook (Lincoln, NE)

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' a iBiif m m 1 ■ : ' m » " 1 ■ editor-in-chief business manager A m 9 RNHUSKER yearbook of a state university dedi m cated to the of the UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA Traditionally this yoarlxxtk is dedicated to someone or something. This year theiv was never a donht in oiii ' minds as to who shojild re- ceive this honor. The lf). " il CouxHrsKKU is dedieated to yon — the stndent. For a Tniversity is oidy as j i-eat as its stndents. Bnt it is not only to pi ' aise you of the present. It is also to honor those early Ne- hraska pioneers who invisioned the need for an institution of hit her learnina: and iiuitin ' (l it to its present greatness. Fni-therniore, this Cornh iskkh is dedieated to tho.se students yet to entei ' the Tniversity — tho.se who will come seeking an edui-ation and will leave this sdiool a richei- and more useful editice to man ' s eagerness to learn. This is your lilol Cornhuskkr — the flironicic of an eventful year at tlie University of Nebraska. Event- ful, also, were the chang-es and imi)iovemeii1s maiic in the book by this year ' s staff. K ' cali .ini;- thai tlie cost of pulilishiiiu- tliis -olunie was close to $;)0,()()() tlie reader, we hope, can see the efforts of the students who worked to make your U(. " )l CoRNiirsKER a better, more complete history of the school year. Since over 5000 students are pictured on tliese ])a, res, a more ext( nsive index system was devel- oped. Use the index to determine activity and organi- zation membership of individuals pictured in the book. Feature stoi-ies on graduating seniors, along witli pictures of outstanding University alumni, high- liglit tlie college section. separation of ui)iierclass- men ami dciiarliiicntal organizations into their col leges is also a major change in the layout. In addi tion, the cost to the student was much less this year, the book selling at a dollar under last year ' s price. ' riicrc was also a . ' )() cent drdji in t he cost of individual ])ictures. F ir tlieir unlii ' iug assistance and in piralinn, 1 want to thank the staff, University officials, Nebraska liusincssincn and n godd friend, (luuiiar llni-u. Ou-cjSujlaJL ' xmAj ajl 8 highlights 32 administration 56 colleges 222 athletics 262 activities 318 houses halls 410 advertising c )RXHrSKER liighlijrhts of 1950-51 serve as an introduction to your hook of memories. Pictureil are the heKiuninj;: results of a lonir-raufje campus heautiticatioii jnoyiam. The area surrounding Social Science and Love Memorial lihrary was gradetl and replanted with heauti- ful evergreens and flowering Itnshes. A modern agron- omy huilding- sjjrouted on Ag campus, and Ferguson hall, one of the most modern electrical engineering huildings in the country, was dedicated during College Days. Frame houses were moved from the Vine street area to clear for the girls ' physical education buildings, and wider, better-placed siilewalks were laid on both city and Ag campus. During the second semester, the entire I ' ni- versity was busy planning tiie first College Days celebra- tion in the history of the school. Recorded, too, are the traditional festivities of the University of Nebraska. Ivy Day with its vivid color and song. Homecoming with its football team of " the good ol ' days, " Coed Follies with its NO MEN signs — all combined to give the student of the Scarlet and Cream many unforgettable experiences. With Uncle Sam taking a liking to many of the college men, coeds invisioned a " male-less " campus in ' 52. The ROTC division of the University, surprisingly enough, was the most i)opular course at Nebraska. Not to be for- gotten are the many campus queens, who were whittled down to the six top Ilusker Beauties selected by band- leader Jimmy Dorsey. And the many hours spent at the books — with a few minutes off for coflfee and chatter — added up to a great year at Nebraska. II II!!! V - L ' ' ' » ' — Mf ' 1 iH L jC ii! tiW -If — 1 11 li. il — L :-l - Electrical Enpineerinor PYrgruson Hull Is ( ' oinpletod First I ' niverxifii buihliny iiamid for liriii i ninii. Campus improvements include Ferguson hall, agronomy building, greenhouse The . i ' lira ka caiiipiis is ycttiiiu ' its lace liltcil in l! ' . ' )!. A hriiad huildiiiir ami uroiind improvfUieiit prnyrani lias crt ' cctcd a markeil ciiaii.uv in campus app ' araiici ' . Fi-r fuson hall, tlic new ok-ctrical cimi- nc ' crinir hnildiiig, was occnpifd in NOn cnilirr. It pm vides t ' lassrooms, labs, tiic di-an ' s dUici ' and oliseiva tory spacH ' on tlu ' rnnf for astronomy students. Tin- botany irroenhonsf on tlu ' city camjuis vas also lirouiflit to completion. Asr campus, too, is acquiring: a new look. I ' lidiM construction at present is the $7. ' 3(),(I(M) a,nronom liuildiuir. It will house several USDA offices ]ilus research and instruction labs. Bids were taken in December for the meat lab, to include rooms for cultiui; ' and storaije. A sum of $250,(I(M) has been earmarked for nuiin tenance improvements. Projects to be developed are the landscaping- of the Mueller tower territory, the jiavinuf of T street between Kith and ll!th and the renovatinir of the south winjr pediatric section of the CoUeye of Medicine. .Men l)i r FoiuulHtiiiii t ' di- r Construftions I I il)i-ary Lawn Is Beautified Linxhrii i)in(i — ( raiiiiil iiiijD ' uri iin ut . Workers Clear Old Houses Irom ( iiiii|jiis (iiduiuls i Ue of new women ' s physical rditnition plant. ( ' (iliiiiins Add Komaiiescnie Heauty to . el)raska Campii.s Tniditionat mtdimj place for pinniales. Page 10 WcilkiTv Kiiiisli New I ' iixiii;, ' .lull SI I ' ll I II jiiiir— iiiiiillii r iiiiiiims iiiiprort iiii lit. (Trt ' enliniisp Ncars Conipletinii llotinni Uihiiniiiinj iiul. rarillnii Tower Adds New Hivmfy to Cimiiiiiv Bellx proclaim Iliiskir i ' icturks. Long-range planning provides Ag campus expansion, women ' s physical education plant, theater improvement Beoausic of leirislative fon ' siirlit in niactiiis, a .s])t ' cial levy for a l i year Imild- in ; iii() riam. tlir rniversity can now do sonu- lon;, -ianj:;L ' idaiinini;. Ay- colli ' uc lirsl plan?; to i-xinmd its dcpartnu-nt with a $r)(»,(IO() iiisectaiy and also a daily liani with a nin(h ' i)i milkinir parhir. The next tfw yiars will see the construetion of a women ' s i)hysioal ednoation plant and outdoor activities field at 14th and ' iiic. Another improvement will be the reconstrnction of the Temple theater. Page I I May Queen Janet Nulzman headed royal court at gala, mid-century Ivy Day activities Mitl-ci ' iituiy I v Day opened witli tlic tr;uli- fioiial i)n ' scii1alii ii of tlie May l hu ' cii ami her cniii ' t. ' I ' lic l y cluiiii. cinnposecl of senior women and the l)ai cliain of underclass women formed the aisle tlndiinii which Queen .Tanct Xutznuin walked. She was crowned by fary Helen Mallory, maid nl ' lioiinr. Class attendants ami two ])a, ies foi ' ined c rcinaimlrr (if the royal enurt. Alsii ill the traditional manner, ivy was i)lante l hy Bill Mueller and Herb Eeese, senior and junior class presidents. Tn the afternoon the royalty reassembled to hear the 1 Day sinti ' . Winning- fn-st were the Alpha Xi Delta ' s and the Phi Gam- ma Delta ' s. The masking of lortar Boards and tapping of Innocents climaxed the day. Janet Xutzman K ' igns at Ivy Day Daisy chain marks rojjal aisle. Court Watches ovii l Day l-Vslivitics Queen, attendanfs. pngcs.- Page 12 I . Tiiidiliitiiiil fi n iHiiiiy. Alpliii Xi ' s Will liiifr-sororiiy S (•( Ihnj music fills Ihc nir. Ill ' Girls Form Ivy Diiy Daisy Chain Line llnnor procission — inhh rclnssiiu it. I ' lii ;.!! - ;- I Ml! -Ill;: l ' " rat ' .Tnitic Fed! i( red sotoi.it — Hob Swaini. nui .tHii(lin : .Innior Tackled for Innocents Our of Ivfi Dill liiyhti; hts. Stndnnts f!o through R jristration Process IIIM cards — claxsroom jjiiss. Added space, mobile machinery sped up registration procedure for 8045 students At the opciiiiiii ' of the first si-nifstfr, 804. ' ) students tiled iu and mit of tlio Mili- tary Xa al Science huildinsi ' to register. Added space and iin]iro ed nietliods and equiiiinent resulted in a niinimum of con fusion and a tinio-savei " for enrollei s. After lia in,i;- conferences witii advisers, students were given class cards by the as- signment committee. The services of stu- dent organizations aiiled in speeding up tile registration ]irocedure. . ih ' c rease in the seconil semester eii- rolhnent was attributed to " war hysteria " rather than tlie actual drafting of students. Adviser Helps Thin Student Schedules Fdriilfji f uidaucr — fufiire sjicccss. Diplomas presented to 2925 students; largest graduating class in Nebraska U history Till ' laruvst clas. iii tin- history of tin rnivfisity ivcvivotl tlipluinas at the st-vcn- ty-iiiiitli annual romnicnci ' incnt t ' xcrcises. ChancrUnr i. (J. (histavson pri ' si ' iitctl tU-- urco til the -W2 ' ) stinlfuts in the class of Iiichnh ' il ill thr r.t. ' iii raihiat iiin ' class were l( (il stndfnts who received diitlomas in June, more tlian (iOd in January. 4()4 in •Inly ami I. ' IS in May from tiie ( ' ollei;e of Mi ' iliciiif. Dr. Milo liail, president of the I ' niver- sity of Omaha, ,i;:ave the address entitled " Into the Second Half " at the January exercises. ' I ' iir (•nmiiiriicriiiciit sjjeaker in June was N ' orman Cousins, edittir of the Saturday Heview of Literature. Mr. Cou- sins ' topic was " Tinic for Ideals. " (iustav.soii. I ' t ' tcrsoii T;ilk to XnriMjiii ( ' uu in-- (illi st spiilkir — J. ' I ' iO iiiiiinii nil nil lit. ' i ' iic r.tOl) si ' iiiois were the lirst uraduat ini : class to p:rant a scholarship as its jfift to tiif riii i ' isit . Till ' $( " ). ' ) award, niade possilile throuuh proceeds earned duiinii Senior Week, went to Marvin Kunene Holsc-law, a i)harmacy major. June, 1950, Coiumencpincnt Exercises Held Pniversitii ilifji-ns to Ifiiil xinior . Page 15 Huskers won Missouri Homecoming tilt; Jayne Wade crowned 1950 Pep Queen ( lull l ' ' i iriii I limi ' -iM iiiiiiiL: I ' ' -p I ,i H ' ' Ship on flu hark lulds spirit. AViniiinjr Chi O Homecoming Display MJJ. " bewitched " 40-34. A record crowd jaiuiiu-d tlic coliseuni In see Xel)raslc;i win llir lloinccoming- game for tlie first time in t ' oui- cars. The Huskers made a dazzling recovci alter tiie first period to defeat the Mis- souri Tig-ers liy six ] joints. Spirit was liigii for tlie Homecoming dance after the game. .laync Wade, the UMl Pep Queen, was presented l y relii-ini; (|Ui-( ' ii Shirley Allen. ' I ' iic dance enih ' d the weekend festivities. Homecoming- would not have been com])lete without tlie liouse (h ' -(irations. The ( ' !ii ( dnega intei ' pretation of tlie " ' itchini; llnin " ami the Px ' ta Tlieta I ' i " Shueking ' " dis|ilay were selected winners. 1951 Pe]i Ijupcn Jayne Wade TiissiJ icitli Ilitskir spirit n i(j)is. Page 16 1 I l " iii ' i " riiiiiL: l»iMitci ' Willrli llil ki-l ' Defeat Ti rers Victoni — fUliiifi climax to festivilics. l vV, Will lldirieeiPlilillj. ' Hdllse IHsJilriy Fl(i.sh-l)(im- ilacaz(iiii. Homecoming halftime honors shared by Queen, 1941 Rose Bowl team 1 iDiiiccoiniiig: Royally Xjiinrd Fur Miss Allen, roaos. I ' araders IuvmiIc ( rih Rill iiiiijis pn mil. Sparkle was added to the weekend l»y the Saturday morning parade in which the Sigma Al{)lia P]psil()n float took high honors. Halftime activities at the game inchided tlic i)re.sentation of 1950 P( p Queen Shirley Alk ' u and the ROTC band ' s version of dances. Coach Biff Jones and his Rose Pxiwi team were also honoivd. ,S|ierlfit(ii Wiitch Ilomei ' oniinji ' Parade Fhxils ())ij)hiisi-i ' Ilium irclcuiiic. QuoPii Sliirley Allen Ueigiis al Ilomoconiiii ' i; Attiiiilants — Cobs. Ivnocenis, Mortiir Bonnh. ■LllMIM!!l.i.|. MBlll»UI«J»IM husker - ammtf " ' ' ' .McliM ' ;iii Vyii | ' iinlrii Teachers cf)ll(( ( .ifiphoDioi l ' hnto;imph« by Edhohii Blomgren j gaessvSSaBO •liiekip Sorenseii l(7.s- II ml Sri f lire s junior f.inrnhi Page 21 StatV -Mi ' iiilicrs I o(ik oxer Hcaulv . ut_ ' (. ' u List I)i riding judge — Jiiiting Dorscg. Six coeds chosen 1951 Husker beauty queens by bandleader Dorsey TwcKi ' finalists fnr llTd ( ' hkn ii tskkk 1 leant y queens were selected thi ' ou.uli i)er- s(nial interviews. Tlie 42 eontendei ' s were judged on tlie basis of ))oise, general ap- licarance and carriauc. A fasiiiim cxjifrt, dancinii- instructor, l)eauty consultant and the editor and business manaj er of the ( ' oRXHUSKEE were judges. The six 1951 Corxhusker licaut y iiueens were chosen by Jimmy Dorsey and ])re- scnted at the Kosmet Klul) S])rinii- revue. .lackic Sorensen, .lulic dohnsnu. .lanice Carter, Mona VauWyngarden, Xaiic Dix- on and Beth Alden were winticis of tlie title. Hark row: Julie Julinsoii, Mary Maikie, June Carpender. Sue Miownlec. I ' ainela Kinno, Janet Clock, Xancy Dixon, lielh Alile Front row; .lackie Sorensen. Janice Carter. Jininy Dorsey. Mona X ' anWynsarflen. Dorris Newnian. ni.li ' iils Cniwil Tiiiiii Siiaik Hiir • ' ( ;• (( roiilirs. nfnsli III! Ills. IliisUiT Kiiiis Siiij: ' 111 .Mij, ' rali .ii Triiiii l)i sliiiiiliiiii — l.iiirrt iiri . Kmisiis. Husker fans left studies behind to take successful migration train trip to Kansas Studios were left Itcliiiwl ill a m ' ' if sniokf as tile niiiiratinii train set out lor I.awiriicc, Kansas. Lnyal llnskt-r I ' aiis lilltMl the town with Xc ' hrasl a ciiccis and soims at tho pro-game street rally. The Kansas cry of " Poor Nebraska " was ehanged to " I ' oor .layliawks " as tlie Hns- kers outseored tlie I ' liiversity of Kansas 33 to 2(1 Tlie e. liul)erant migrators were near exliaustion as the train imlled into the Lincoln station at ' J :;! » Suiulay iiKnn- ing. M(.l) of Mifrrators Follow Team to Kansas l! l until, liit. ' i. train, plniii or thumb. Page 23 Phi Gain I ' miy t lionis Presents Fiiiale Bfvivfd Charlfsfon provfx surrexafu}. a: Fiji Four Siii in lievii Three-lime winners. j-i.-iu A live I Mit I niier Frateruitiu- lur imra i ' jaee " C ' ljrauo fl( liergirac " — 7.950 stiile. Fiji ' s took first place in KK revue; Coeds added to spring musical show cast IMii (Jaiiiina Delta again won first place at the Kosmet Klub Fall revue, retirina: the cup. Tlie presentation of Nebraska Sweetheart, Do- die Elliott, and Prince Kosmet Bob Reynolds climaxed the entertainment. Variatiiin on the traditional Spring n-vue was the aihlitioii of women to the cast. Both the Fall revue of skits and the Spring presentation of a musical comedy encouraged camjius origi- nalitv and talent. KK Members Look Over Sjiring Revue Talent Tin J,nf(s have it. I liNiruix ' tl I ' x ' V (it ' ts iiili) i- ' ollii ' s Aii ' iiii. precedent broken. Boys crashed Follies as Phi ' s, Pi Phi ' s won .1 S television revelatiim. Alpha Plii ' s Prcsfiit " Orplieus and Enrytlit ' e " (rates of " hell " offer irhininii skit. Pi Phi " lUips " Will Curl. mi An I rci|iliy Trio iiitr ' iiliiees j)li ihl if Initli r lii. r;iii lfiiii)iiiuiii IdTikc loose as tlie siatcs were cTaslu ' d ;mil more tliaii " Jno men swaniicii in to watcli the i;i. ' )l Cood Follies. Despite the intel- rniition, the show went on. Seleeteil from a wide variety of acts, tlie Alpha Phi ' s were awarded the skit tmphy while the Pi Phi ' s won first in enrtain acts. Rintiin ; down the eurtain was the jireseiitation of Typical Xi ' liraska ( ' oi-d. .lean Vierk. Entertainment, work, education, fun were outcome of E Week 15 ( fduil l.diiks ;il K Week l)is|il;iy M ' (l(l oil derrick shown. A week (if education, t ' litt ' i-taiimiciit, work and ci ' lcljration ( ' liniax(, ' (l tlu ' activi- ties of Kutjiiieers ' AVeek. Exhibits and disiilays illustrated tlie i)rojects under- taken l)y tile ( ' ollege of Eng-ineering The week ' s luoyrain was liisihliii-hted by a field day and a l)aii(iuct at which awards were uiven to outstandinn ' students. Hniiini ' crinjr I«il) on Display diirinfr E Week Chilli lull iiitrii-iirii s fur piililir rii ir. (ii.nit iii(l Midfict Rol)ots Attract Attention Micliiniical iii ii nKnuiwers. I ' npfineer Shows Operation of Portable Diil! Aniillu r E Wrch ih nuDistnifioii. Barkers, booths added to gay Penny Carnival Barki ' i ' s and I tli lifl|nMl create llic luiilway atiiKisplieiv tor I ' eiiiiy Caniival. SpoiisniiMl Ity the Coed ( ' miiiselois. tlie I)ro,jei ' t eiu ' ouraues oiiiiinality and talent aiiumir the orufanized women ' s uroups on (•ainpiis. An interpretation of thi- ' I ' inliall Maciiine " won tir t phice for Alpha ' hl ' ' nieua. r rcn-.u h M 1 g I ' ll l)i-lt i ' litcf iit (iirniviil Yi olili iloiiijiniul shitpfK. IXiV Hun iJarlxT Shop I ' I list shovf for xccomi place. Alpliii ( ' Ill ' s Will Poiiny ( " arniviil Disphiy y,, hiiilf f,,r ft " . students ' i( ' v ( ' mwdcd FUiitr at Penny Carnival P.ilJIniniS. h)lhl,l,- - x l,i,7.---, vAiMV.v. A " ' . 1( ' A Presents Wiiiiiiim- Curtain Aet ' ' Plan yHhout Words " wins. Coll-Agri Fun skits featured originality, sparkling comedy It ' s an I ' venini;- ol ' fun whcii the cur- tain opens on the highlight of Ag eamptis, Coll-Agii i- ' uii. Shipstick comedies and take-nlTs on cam u life were the themes of the majority of till ' coloi-ful acts of tlie inrjll-. " )! show. Farm House ijresented a sparkling comedy act, " Good Knight Irene, " to take first ])lace in the skit division. The winning curtain act, " Play Without Words, " was {)ro(luced hy the Ag YMCA. The timely cjuips of Dick Walsh, master of ceremonies, helped to complete the eve- ning ' s performances. ' Good Knight Irene " Cops Skit Ilnnors The unnner — Farm TlouJie. Home Kc Clnh (iives ( ' oll-A rri Fun Skit Black-face follies. Page 28 f WinfRS ffflR Ajr snulcnts I ' ost Itocleo Sijriis ■ ' ( • K • ' Fair publicity. l!ar-U-( iu ' ' lim!ixi ' FiiriiiiT ' F.iir Guys, gals lick their chops. tJibbs. Fcnstcr Win Ciilf Cjiicliinj. ' ( ' IjHmpionslnp Muililfl i-Diii uisI iif stublxirn calf. -Miiiiuitli. IJjorkhuul Revealed .i . _ K yalty Whisker King — Goelelcss of Agriculture. Whiskers, Barb-B-Que, rodeo, parade made up Farmers ' Fair days Sflionl (la .- nil Ay ciiiiiinis caiin ' tn ;i cliiiiiix witli tlu ' Farmer ' s Fair (•••Icluation. ( ' (iniplt ' tc witli icniciiiliraiiccs of llir W ' ilil West, hcnvliiskcrcd y:eiits and calit-ii-skirti ' d ladies led tlie graml i)arad( ' tliroiij;Ii town. All dejiartnifnts were on display at ojten liouse. The hoys swung their partners at the Cotton and Denim danee where lioland Monteith and Sue Bjorklund were named " Whisker King and Goddess of Agriculture. Bronc rifling ami calf rojiiug were fea- tured in the afternoon rodeo. The Bar- B-Quc Saturday evening Ava.s a successful ending to the week-end activities. Page 29 Social life accented by parties of colorful themes, gay costumes Queens, Kings, costumes, t ' ormals, soft liylits and music were the ingredients of the l oU-. " )! campus dances. Ofiicially opening the formal season a the .Military Ball. The six most cliiiililc bachelors wvvq i)restMited at the Mortar l oaiil Ball, and Dee liidilell was nanicil swcct- licart at tlir interfraternity Ball. ' i ' lic I ' liinii ballroom was tiie site of nian gala pai ' tics wliicii inchidi ' d the Hello dance and the Calendar dance. House parties, from the Beta lioneymoon Hotel to the Sigma Xn I ' igge dinner. adde l to the vear ' s colorful social events. Strattoii, Ciawt ' ord Jillfrliuy; at Sliijuvivi-k I ' .niv Cost It 111 ex add to South Sen Istlniul nir. CakMidar Girte Surroiuid Emcee Hank Cecil Caiiipns lirdnfics ripres()it((l lln firrln imnitlis. Page 30 students Kxliiliit I)iiiiciii ' Skills at riiinii Itiillniniii SatKnliii s. (iiiiiKs, liiillildjis iiiiiiii I ' niiiii ilnnris. .lailliinis I ' rowl at Whodunnit Party Mulls, niiiii. jiiin ill fistii-i iiiitoil. Siudi-nts Dun (Osluiii ' -s I ' ur Caininis Party Kustlt s. hiiinls riirrij out ol ' I-fosliionctl theme. Page 31 o tt I ) o a BM NEBRASKA CHANCELLORS • • iliuuiul Jj. Fairfield Imiiun 11. ( ' autii ' lil 1891-1895 ]li ' lir ' Iv liitfllcoci ' Georye Iv Mai ' i-i ' MU 1895-1899 Irviiifj J. lanatt 18S4-1889 E. lii ' iijaiuiii Anclrcws 19(10-1908 Charles E. ]:{essey 1889-1 91. lS99-l ' 9(iO Cliauneey S. Boucher 19 ' IS- 1 9 It: Page 34 ( haiicfUnr Ht ' iilicii (t. Giistavson rii.D.. D.Sc. L.n.D. Page 35 Board of Regents Tlie Buan] of Ri ' ucnts is tlir cxccntivf g ' ovoniiiii; IkmIv of the ITniversily. ( ' (im- posed of six elected Nebraska citizens, tlie linard is anthorized to direct the af- fairs and to forniidate tlie ])olicies of tlic I ' liivcrsity. Inchuk ' d in its duties are the selection of the chancellor and deans, the dis- bursement of funds and the suiiervision of tile faculty, adniinistraticiii and sin- dent liddv. Rc ' Tonts Discuss with tTustavson .1 cIhiI with thi VhiinccUor. Page 36 The Governor Rc-ok ' C ' tfil ill lli. ' )ii til MTVf his third tiM ' iu as .ifovornor of Xclnas- ka. ' al IV ' tt ' isoii is i-losdy asMici- att ' il with tho I ' liiviTsity tiiroiiuli his work with tlu ' Boanl of Koifi ' iits. At ' ttT ijrathiatiiiir from Wayne State Ti ' achi ' is colh-i i-, (iovfiiior I ' l ' tiTsoii ol)taint ' (l a Master of Arts tk ' irrei- from tlu- I ' liiveisity i ' Xe- l)iaska. He sjieiit se eial years in the edncational profession l)efure enterinif the i)olitioal lield. ' al Peterson Governor of Xebmska The Legislature The Xohraska Lei ishituro (h ' termines tile amount of appropriations that shall l)e made to State institntioiis. In this way, it indireetly controls the tinanoial ojieration f)f the University. The hudiret of the University is also sulijeeted to the tinal approval of the Leirislature. . ' State Lesrislature Budpet t ' nmniittec Harr ' I ' i ' ier. North Plalto: Virtor AiuhTson. LiTiroln ; O. H. rfr on. Wfthoo; C. ( ' . hittibridire. eri-tt ' : Mrs. Marcutrile Price. t ' rr,Mary of roiumittee: .lohn Calliin. Odell. rltainnan : Lester Anilerton. Aurora: W. .1. Williams. Ravenna: Fay Wood, Sew- ard ; William Norman. Omaha. State Le rislature in Se.ssion For final decision on f ' «if( ' r i i appropriations. Page 37 IWIS I " ) . 0 Jl n fey 25 2b il . S . »{(» Administration EH Marjorie W. Johnston Dcayi of Wotiien Page 38 •• » . . •lohii K. Sfllii-K Citunil Husiniss Mamtijvr ConiptrolUr uf I ' tiirt ruitii Administration T. J. TlidinpNoii Dean of Slndt nt Affoirs Lfc W. Cliatfit ' ld and .Myron R. ( ' aviMider A.ssislotils to Dmii of Stiiilcttt Affairs Frank il. Ilallgrn ' n Assistant Dran of Stitrli nt Affairs j •5s)fc. ' Vt-: ( Georfrt ' W. Rosenlof Rrgistrar Director of Admissions Page 39 SaiinR ' l I. Fiu ' iuiiiiir ( ' larenec M. - iuizer Din chir of Student Ihalfh Cnitrr Director of Personnel Duane E. Lak " Miniac iiiy Dirrrtiir of Stwh nt Union Frauk A. Luiuly Director of Universitii J.iliniries Charles B. St-liull . Dinclor of Vniversity Mus niii George S. Round E.rliiisioii Editor, Agriridtund Extension i ervice Director of Public Relations Charles F. Fowler Eclwanl W. -laiiike Superintoulcnt of JiuihIiiKjs mid (iroinuls . Xvlimi Director of the A(jricuUurtil E.rt( nsion Serrice Page 40 I ' liink K. Si)ri ' iiNiiii Pin rtor of Siininn r Scssians Dirirtor of I ' lirchases and Provurfiiicnl Diiiii iij till (1 1 nil mil I Colli i i Administration Tlic rnivrrsity is a husiiicss witli a ]. ' ! iiiillioii ilollar turnoviT. Its cnicicnt t ' liiic- tioniiiu ' is the ri ' s])(msil)ility of tin- vai ' ious adiniiiistration iK ' pa it incuts. Fiiiaiiees nl ' tiic cxtt ' iisivc mti ' iprisc arc siipcrvisi ' d hy the coinptrnllcr. Tlic icuis trar ln ' aiU ailinissions ami keeps sclidlastic ri ' ciir ls ot " the student personnel. Tlie (k ' an of women, (h-an of stiniiiit af fairs anil directoi- of eonnselliui; and uui ilaiicc coinpli ' tc the persoiint ' l tatT. Tlic) ' otfer students aid in seholarslii]), liousinn ' , orientation and social uetixities. The dean of faculties cooi ' dinates the tunicuhnii. The success of this firm depends ijreatly on the daily operation i f the AVest Stadium l)Usinesse . incluiiiui;- a iirintiiii; sliop. photo lali. auto re] air an I fiirnitiii-e ex- eluiui;! ' . William ( ' . Harper Director of CoiiniHrruil Knirrprisrs and Sluflrnt Arliritirs Kiiutc ). Rroady Dirirtiir of J ' »ni r it ii f- ' rti ii. iini l i ii-i ' ,)i Page 41 Alumni Association To strciiiitlicii till ' tie lictwceii t ' drnicr students jiiid tlie I iii H ' Tsity is tlif oliji ' ct i ' tlic Aluuuii associiilioii. Spdii- sorinji ' luiu-licuiis ht ' t ' on- liomo t ' ootliall iiaiiu-s is one means liy wliicli tiie association furthers this aim. Eaeli year, under the direction of the association, live ahimni are liouored witli Distinguished Service awards for outstanding ' ser iee to their I ' liixcrsity or to tlieir ])r()fession. The association alsd pulilishes a monthly magazine, the X ' hnisl.d AIkhdihs, designeil to iiit ' orm ahuniii (if the I ' nixersit n ' and of foi-niei ' students. Fritz Daly Secrei(iiii-Ti( usurer Editor Nebrasku A hi limits S ' W Mnimii ( ' ut ' pti ' i-ia Line Pret ' cding Football Game For iiliiiiiiii, rniiri nil iiri mirl i ii iininii lit. OtltM !»• Page 42 K. (J. Siiiimoiis Chit ( .1 ustivi Nebraska Supn mt Court •Mrs. H. a. Siiiiinnns .WbrtisLa Motlnr J! lii E. L. .Mii(( iii(i(iy Doctor of Intiriuil Muluin ' Distinguished Service Award Winners t ' lydf I!. Dfinpstfr Fiinn Mdclinii rji Mmuijiul un r Eu rene llollainl Rnilroiiil Dinrtor Aliiiiiiii Elxecutiw ( ' niniiiittce Iiifiiriiinl liKainiss hi fun tin hinniui t. Aliiniiii oflRcv Staff Members I ' l rsiiiiiil runnls on s. ' , )(in fontirr stufh iits. Page 43 Gustavson welcomed Classes, activities kept ' itall interested in tlie welfare of each llleinlier of tlie l ' Ili -i ' I ' sit V, ( ' llillicellor 1 . (i. (iiislaxsnn wek ' omes every opportunity l)y w liicli lie may become accpiaiiited with stu- dents and faculty. ' rile first of these opportunities is pi-o ided in a reception at the l)eiiinnin ;- of t lie school year when tlie ( ' liaiicellor and Mrs. (lUstavson meet hotli new and old students. At a reception held later iu tlie fall, the I ' nixcrsity executive greets faculty mem hei ' R, administi ' ati ( ' staff and ser ice per- sonnel. Kailreoiu ( ' npiTs Fiiciillii H( ((Is 110 (iclvice on (laiicin;). Facull.v llonR ' eomiug- Dinner Where old and new friends meet. L ' li;nuTlliir ' s CdftV ' c Hour A casual talk irilli sludrnls. Page 44 Nebraska newcomers; University staff busy All iiistnu-tor ' s sci icc iiml iiiliTi ' st in till ' rniviTsity M ' ldoiii t ' Uil wlicii liis day ' s flasscs arc uNcr. ' aii(iii " ■cM r;i ciinicu lar artivitics " arc iilatiiicd Icn- liim. ' I ' lic Faculty Ilomccomiiiii liaiKiuct, wlicic iicwcoiiicrs and t ' nniicr iiiciiilici ' s of tlic riii -ci-sity tat ' l ' air w clrdiiii ' d, liiuli- liglits till ' tall sncial t " um ' tioM ni tlic lac- iilty. Other tia t lie i- inns include datiro and recitals. W ' nrkiiii: in cn(i]ifiati(in with tndents, taciilty lielji is essential to many ali-mii versity proj-ranis, such as K ' eliniou-iii-Lire Week, ( " olleire Davs and llouiecomiuu. l ' ilclllt Kccllill Kccciilioii Afftr Ihi roiicirt, llii socml hour. ( ' liiiiici ' lliii ' - i rc( ' |)tiiin lor Students Firsl ill! lull )((l iini III [ ' III ri rsil 1 I nnlll imi . Page 45 ..1 • -.a i.-,.- lifcin w I ' l-iifcssdrs ' I ' arli-y A III Kihil it 11 hiii s III iii-i-iiiii pi isli nil lit . Professors are People I ' lllidtt Wii ' lil.s a Mean IJrouiii .1 lininc. II chan sweep. Slihlciils sometimes forget lliat tlicir professors are " orilinary folks. " A look into a (lay ' s activities of a typical iiisti-iic- tor siicii as ( ' urtis M. Klliott is coiuiiicinii ' evidence tliat jirofessors are people. Besides liis class lectnres, a normal dav for " Doc " Klliott may include auctioneer- inii ' i ' oi- A ri ' adx ' isiiii;- tlie Student coinu ' ll and otliei- " e.xtra-curi ' iculai " acti ities. " His schedule is completed with family re- sponsibilities and his love for music. " Ddc " Klliott Auctions Tassels for W ' F Si I nil I I ' ll, liiiir nil ml. « r A ' no i ril — for snli . Doc " I ' hiys Chn-iiict to ' ollnl: ' " oii Mksic IiiiIIi iliiirnis. Page 46 student Z z z o mmmmm IHH 4 tLj i. sSf ' - - f ,y " • v Sjj .-r - - JPi l gg 2 I B Sj H fl Student Council ' rrcjisiirpr Wilcox hihI Secretaries lliilika. .Miilvaiicv To promote council harmonij is th(ir job. v (iriiU ' d Ity repiest ' Utativt ' s; oi tlu- cam- pus orf aiiizations, the Student council per- forms combined legislative and executive duties in addition to actiuii " as the student Judiciary Ixxly. ( ' aiii]iu elect iiiii . Uidi ' nt activities and campus improvements are supervised hy tour standini; ' committees. Sjjecial com- mittees ])lan miiivation, revision of tiie con- stitution ami .u]ier " is( ' danci- liudg ' ets. Tile jilan for a eomiiact student 1)ody at i)asl ethali , ;ame.- and tlie in -estii;ation of (hies re(|uired hy camiins orsjanizations were two lirojects ot ' tile c iUllcil. Carl- row: S. McVirkcr. B. VHrwood. B. Km Fourth row: B. Mickelson. K. Stephenson, R. .MisMTMuith. H Green. Third row: K. Axtell, B. Rogers. S. Fritzler. M. Willey, P Kiiine. Second Row: M. Vingers, F. Sekerci, S. Borcherding. E. Breese, V. Gnhin. Front row: E. Berg. B. Parker, R. Ravin. P. Mulvaney, JI. Hubka. liobcrt I ' arivLT Vice Prcnidcnt dig (iciic llcr;: .1 uiliciniti Chiiirman Page 48 Elect i«iiis Coininittce Sniiill-si-iili ill iiiiicnivii. I ' V .Mi rrHti )ii ( ' oininittcc l.iist-iiiiiiuti ildninih . Page 49 VacL rot ' :: J. Kuehl, ' , W ilk.-iiv, K. (ia- . Clark. Second roif : G. Giihin. X. Button. P. Campbell. A. J. Sniitl ' Fruiil rote: P. Spibold. M. Baiiie. iberger. J. Loudon. M • Mooniey. L. Uanghart, S. Kjelson. S. Holmes. Officers Retreat Finnic fo a hiisy pl nvin{f session, f. Workinu- witli tlic ilcan of wonu-ii, the Associati ' (l Women Students l)oai-(l licljis rt ' iiulatc ami enforce house rules. Coed Follies, the Activities Mart and Ivy Day sing- are sponsored by the board. Sally Holmes, (}inny (inhin, Xancy Button and Jean Loudon led AWS this vear. AWS Court in Ses.siciii Crime does noi pay. Seniors Plan Point System Draw reins to limit activities. Page 50 MiiiKiiiiy M. Uanlr. J. Iliiir. I . Iltmuii. liat ' k run : K. Hre w. " . Alma. A. Solfinospr. K. Aiul rNOH. t. I.awr nre. H. Hum-. I ' roiif roil B. Karlcy. I). Kiirlh. I . Keiidel. M. Elsenian Zablr. S. Ruff. A. Wilcox, U. Koeliltr. J. Smart. Dorotliv Kiirtli BABW EiK ' Oiira.irinir participatioii in i-xtrariiniciilar activi- ties. BABW uuidcs and supcrvisi ' s ()r.u:ani7.atii)iis for Barb women on tlie (•anii)ii . Its activities an- oiicned l y the annual Hello dance. Ciirls (Hitstandiiii; ' in a ctivities an- luMHtn-d at a cere- mony in the spring. I ' .Al ' .W ()rtic.T ' .M. ' .-tiiiL. ' OnjanUiitnni. pruiiiolioii. supervision, all their tusks. Activities Ratitipr Committee For each, a ijoal to attain. Page 51 Pledges Give Banquet Skit Grffks huddle in " State of PanhtU. ' Elsie Ford Pi])er flakes Award to AOPis For sororiti imprnvf mtnt. reward. Panhellenic Council Bark rou : P. Haley. X. Noble. M. Strat- biicker. J. Linn. M. Hoffnieister. Second row : M. Bekins. J. Smith, E. Zor- insky, S. Sokolof. P. Kinne. S. Coy. J. Clark. B. Finley. Front rou-: J. Lindqiiist. J. .Johnson, D. Loveprove. li. Vounp, P. Lannan. J. Dallam. P. Harmon. To piomote unity and cooperation aiiionu ' till- camjnis .•sororities is the aim of tlic j ' anlicllciiic council. Tlic annual • ' PanlicU Workslioji ' " is a week of training schools and exchauije lunches hiyhlisrhted by the Panhell lian- (|uet. Composed of tlie president and a repre- sentative from each sorority on campus, the council was under the leadershi]) of Pe- lores Loveyrove, Jean Stockstill and Bar- bara Young. Paiihelli ' iiic ( ttic ' er , Diseii.s,s Projects To further relations among sororUifs. Page 52 Interfraternity Council l; A.i ' .r. K .IiiM.- . .1 . .-«l II Aii.I.T Iliird fu.. . S. M.Vi, ker. .1 Mills. I). Ku ka. H. I ' . lcr ,-ii. 1 " . AlUru. Stroud rotr : 1). Johnson. K. Lvtlt . R. Illiink, V. AiHlersan. V. oiiU«r. P. NeflT. Front ruy : J. SiillivAii. J. .Inhnnon. R I ' arkfr. H- Mvi r . .1. WilMtn. IFC OfKftTs Inspect Kitfh» ii Srrii I in i:iil io )i — sn n it ill in n . All iiiattfis pcrtainiiii; tn t rater iiitics tin caniims arc rcicnlaU ' d l»y tin- iiitcifraliTiiity crmiicil. It con- tinls nisli week. ]ili ' tly;iiii;, initia- tions and fraternity lu ' liavior. Iliii liliiriit of tile ( I reck social year is till ' coiintil sponsored Intertra- ternity Ball. (ninitosed of the presidents and an elected alternate from each house, tlie council strives tor Itetter unity l)et veen the t " rateniities. Of- ficers of the IFC were Kol»ei-t Parker, Kichard Ko.senlilatt, Har- old Mvers an l Al Blessini;. I ' .mI) I ' jirk.T I ' l-. ' sfiits !F( " Swtvtiieart Dee Rid.lell • " ■ ' hi rniinltit, riisis. IFC Riisli Week K. ' -ristrjition liootli 77i. .I. l,,i,,li i,ir l)i is ' rush ic. . . I mproveinents Committee Task (p-dss prtitrctioii. f„t,-l. ,„„ : .1. Kiii-hl, 1). YduriK, ■ ' . Vil c,Il, R. Hniill. E. Holiiiison. K. Croiii. Front, rote: J. Jolmsnii, R. Fisclier. A. Anderson. J. Rami. I. HMlhawn. ' . Ag Exec Board A ' j. Kwv .Meinliri- ' ,,lc rill jioll las is nil II) card. I " ]l( ' c1 idiis. . iicijil t ' liiict idiis and iiiiiir(i ' ( ' iiiciit. (if a.y cainiuiN arc all paft nl ' lln ' ilntii ' .- nf the Ay Kxcc- Ixianl. Altlinu,i;li unvcniiiii;- is the (■ouiicirs main object ivc, it . ]i(in.s()rs tile Farincr. ' Formal and the aiiimai Clii-islmas prnyrani. Ilcadctl liy .IciTV .Inlinson. iJntli I- ' i.-clici-. .loan K ' anii and Alice Anderson, llie lioard consists of ten nicniliers, electtMJ at an Aii ' canipllv elect ion. At; Ofiicers Survey Kddee (irounds I ' lisli linns for wild ifi si slii ir. Page 54 Formed to coordinate the various divisions of tlie Knirineerini;- coiieire, tlie Knsrincer Kxec hoard was headed l)y Xohm .lom-s, (ik ' iin Johnson and l " ' ranl Dnilon. Aside from supervisinj;- tlie activities of the coih ' ue, tlie hoard also sjioiisors the annual Knuineers " Week. Kxhihits and demonstrations make the week interestinir as well as educational. They adil a successful finale to the yearly duties of En,y;i- neer Kxec hoard. l ' ;ii ' iii« ' «Tiiij. ' K.xi ' c I ' .tiiird .MimIiii ' " I III niiitlnii tills lit I II milih . " i 4 ;1 EiifriiK ' i ' rinfi Exec Mosinl ((tticcrs Tliifi iininiiizi its fiiiivliotls. Engineering Exec Board Hark row: M. iJnnran. . . iinnmehani. ¥. Chaei. .J. fStoddan. ii. Mr k-kirr. Stroud rate: E. Bartnnok. L. Wrielit. X. Case. .J. Lliteras. G. Andreasen. Front rour: T. Kelly. E. Maniio. X. .Jones. F. Diiilon. ;. John.ion. Page 55 lo a u ■3 S ( i|J.( » ' IX(i tlic tlu ' iiic (if a Stale rnivci-sity Sciviii,-;- its I ' iMipIc, the cDllcgc section is more complete tl iat it lias ever lieeii. The lil. " )] ( " oi;x h rsKEK. through more class room pictures and copy, shows liow the colleges and schools of the I ' liiversity of Xehi ' aska serve the ])eo])le of tiie state — and the rest of the world. Many colle ;( ' s have sei ' vices availahle to outsiders fill ' the |Mii ' pose of ]inttiiiL;- into use the knowl- edge gained through rnivei ' sit) stndy and research. Few pi ' ople I ' ealize that the College of Agi-icultnre maintains the only tractor testing station in the conntry, and that atomic research is lieing lone rigiit on the .Xehraska campus. Such progres.s is l)onnd to benefit the peojtle. The ])hotographs of class room ])ro,iects show the reailer what tlie University is doing to ]ii(iduci ' a more inforniecl, clearer thinking indi " id ual foi ' our communities. Furthermore, tJie pictures of outstanding alumni and teachers produced by Nebraska give pioof df the ser ice offered by the I ' nix ' ersitw We realize that we ba c left out many impoi ' tant and fjimous alumni, but we have attemjited to give you only a glance at the man ' ( ' ornhuskers who lia ' e become successful in their held. Honorary and professional groups are pictured with their colleges, since they play an imitortant part in cicating and niaintaiinng interest in school work outside tiie class rnum. We have oidy begnm to touch ujjou the things the colleges of the Fniversity of Nebraska can offer its i)e()])le. Through these i)ages, many mm-e will l)e reflected in the accomiilish- menfs and goals of the VX. V ' A scliool vear. college of sj HUSKERS OUTSTANDING • • Alljert Fred Woods ' 92 ' resident of Uvivrrsify of liir!il(ni(L Dtan of Graduate School Drpartmnif of . I i i ' if III! II ri . Ruth :M. Lcvertoii ' 2.S National authority on food nutrition. Cliarlcs V. I ' u islcy ' (Ki President Emeritus of South Dakota State Collefie. Ass ' t Sfcrrtarfi of Aqrienttun . Tim Coi-cy ' 17 Presidint of llonnil Packing cowpanjf. Chainnun of Board of the American Meat Institute. Lawrence l rniier ' it? Entomologist , Xehrasla " s elistingxiished citizen at San Francisco i-.rposifion. O Vculture . Karl lliuaiin " OH Last presidi nt ami dictator of the European count rg Lalria. W. Vincfut l ainticrt Ditin of lilt ' Collcgi of Ayriculturt Frotessor Alcxiiiider lines I ' ointfrs uu si«mt Lir( slock jiuUjinij class. Ag College educates Nebraska farmers by instruction, experimentation, extension Tlic work at tlie ( ' olleiit ' of Aj;iiculture is ilivitK ' d into tliiTt ' major scjiiiU ' iits: n ' sidciit instruct ion. agricultural experiment station and au ' rii ' ultnral extension. Resident instruetion is eoiuH-nicd with on-camiuis tcacliinu- in the eol- leire. K ' csfarcli woik nt ' tin- (•(ilic ;( ' is fonducted throuyli the airricidtviral ex|H ' rinicnt station. This involvi ' s the research acti itics on tiie Lincoln caminis and in arions suli-statioTis located throuirhout the state. A dtninn tralion farm has Iiccn cstalilishcd for tlic jinriiosc n ' ' hrl| ' inii fanners with iirohlcins invohed in chanirini; fi in a liry land to an irriijated asrri- culturc and teachinjr methods of iiandlinii run down land. . cti itics of tlic auricultural cNtiii ion scr vice arc conccnn-il witii education of farm ]iei. pie throuirhout tln ' state. (■(iiistniction Beisins on Ajrrnnoin.v Buildiufr Fur clilss(s, officis. rrsiiirch. AGRICULTURE )eniors Bauiii Bos well Anderson Beam Ariustroug Bever Brost Bnragnr Bish Broughton Baskin Bless Cariialian Bauer Bobst Above : tifiiiurs. MAKC ' IA ADAMS, North Platte FKANK ANUKKSON. Vil on ille. 1 A ID ARMSTRONG. Omaha. BARBARA 15ARA(iAR. I.involn. VIRGINIA liASKlN. Stai.Ietou. DONALD BAUER Lincoln. GLEN BAL ' M. Tecumseh. ARLEN BEAM. Stapleton. DONALD liEVER. Virginia. WILLL M lUSH. Giltner. NORMAN BLESS. Lindsay. WILLIAM BOBST. Aurora. ALICE BOSWELL. Benkelman. DOROTHV BOWMAN, Albion. BEN BROST. Enterprise. Kans. CHARLES BKOLGHTON, Bridgeport. ANNETTE CARNAHAN. Lincoln. JAYNE CARTER. Lincoln. Beloit : HERBERT CAST. Beaver Crossing. MARY CHACE, Pil rer. PING CHANG. Shaovanff. Hunan. China ROLAND (X OKSLEY. Broken Bow. MABEL COOPER. Iiiavale. BERNARD COSTELLO. Omaha RUTH CRAFT. Osmond. RICHARD CROM. Swnnton. RICHARD CURLEY. Craitr- JAMES DAHLKE Benedict. EU(rENE DANIELS. Storlin?. EILEEN DERIEG. Hastings. EARL DIE DKICHSKN. Scrib ner. MARILYN DOOLITTLE, North Platte. JAMES DOYLE. Omaha. DEAN EBEKSPACH KR. Seward DORIS EBERHART, Basselt. WAYNE EISENHART. McCook. MARGARET EKSTRAND Stromsburg PAUL ENGLER. Bassett. JEAN FENSTER. York. LOYD FISCHER. Waketield. RUTH FISCHER. Wakefield. JOHN FOLEY. Blair. WENDELL GAUGER. Madrid. CARL GERWICK, Kearnev. BAR BARA GLOCK, Rising Cilv. Cast Dahlke Eksf rnnd Chace Daniels Engler Chang Derieg Fenster Cooksley Diedrichsen Fischer. L. Cooper Doolittle Fis-luT. R. Costello Doyle Folev Craft Eberspacher Ganger Crom Eherhart Gerwick Curley Eisenharl i.Iu.k ih , np I fV iL2L-?iLi If m dkik Page 62 1 mA J ' r. r Ouoa (Jowen Hai;t ' iiiaii Hahn Haiii Hays Hechl Hpisn llcMiTninMn Hitficiiis liun ' meLster Hiiebiier Hullniaii Huston JoliUhon, A. Johnson, ( . JohnMiii. M. JohnMin, U Juiie. Kreuiz Kuhl Ku.-Nka hafliii Laniborl Landifren Lind« r l44illiro|i .1 ' . " r I.ORK.N (;i)01 . M rin... IDlo. DICK (iOWKN. Nnrlli l,..ii|i. .?()K HACEMAN. llliM.a. KAl.l ' H HAHX. Itallli- Crwk. I ' HIl.ll ' MAIN. Liii.olii. IIYKOX HAYS, Kansas Cilv. Mo. HKKIIKKI ' IIKCHT. Kepiibli- .ail Cilv. DAKKKI.I. HKISS. I ' auv. EfliKNK HKIKK.MANN, I ' liillii.s. CAKHI, IIICCilNS. Itrok.ii liuw . MAKV HUKFMKISTKK, Imperial. CAKI. MCKllNKK. Si. Paul. KAKI. Hfl.TMAX. Siillon. CAKOI.YX lirsTDN. Sal.-Mi Al.KEJKl) .lOHXSON. Onmlm CKOKUK .lollXSON. Fairl.urv. MAKY JOHXSON. Kairl.iirv KOIIKKT .InHXSOX. (usliiiiL-. Wll.MA .lOXKS. York. RllCKK KKKl " TZ. Cilliipr. MAK- liAKKT AXN KIHI,. Kaiidnlph. KICIIAKI) Kl ' SKA. Omaha. HOB LAKLIX. Crali Orchard. .lOHX I.AMItKKT. ri|.. l.mp. Minn. XOKMAX I.AXDCKEX. Shi.kU-v. HOYD LIXDER, X.-hawka. FRAXKLIX I.OTIIKIIP Cr..!,. Bflou . .TAMES McDOWELI,. Rwl ( luiul. CI.IXTOX M. XAIOHT. I ' ark.. . RO«ER MILLER. Or.l. WAKREX MONSOX. Clav fVnUT. CHARLES XELSOX. SIroni.shiirs. LEROY XELSOX. Itertraiiii. ARXOLl) SIE EEX, Adariw. IIEITY OLSOX. Liiicuiii. LAVERX OSTEXDORF, Oolhonbiirir. .lORElTA OWEX. Abi U-Kf. IVx HAYDN OWENS. Carroll. WANDA PEARSON. I.vons. .lEAXXIXE PETERS. DodKi ' " lEoRCE PINKEKI ' OX. P.catri.e. LOOIS PIVA. O.shkush. AXDREAS POLE.MITIS. Li las ol. Cvprus I.AVKRN POPKEN. Wi-»l Point. GERARD PUITCHARD. Spablinf. M. ' Dowfll NieviM ' n Vetrn. .MrXaiiKhi Olson Pinkerlon Miller Oslendorf PWa r h . 1 i 9 mt i i Mon.tion Owen Poleiniti.s Nelson, C. Owens Popken Xelson. L. Pearson Pri( -liard DttiujHii, Drafts, iJrt aes A cdllcirc iMiiirsc witli 11 |ir;ii- tical iiiiplicMtioii lias liccii Mar- I ' ia Adams " uoal. A lutinc eco- nomics odiK-aticin major from North Plattf, slu- lias speeial- izi ' d in textiles and ciotliinj ' ' . As a result of takiny every elotiiinsi: course offered at Air coJleire, she has made lier own dress form, drafted i)atterns, and desiiiiicd and sewed jiei- own clot lies. As Home PiC clnl) vice jn ' csi- dent, she jdanned the Goddess of Airrienlture presentation and the KUen II. Hiciianls din- ner. For her elforts in 4-II cloth- inir projects, Marcia won a ' 2- week trip to Washington, I). ( ' .. in Ut48. Page 63 AGRICULTURE Seniors Juniors " TZ " — Jgk CT n I ' liiniihrey Rein so h Scheerger h V ! f ' 9 ItlKlill iicmsek. y:. Siheidt Kaun Kousek, E. Schmill Ki-bbe Russell Scaton Reed Sander Seibold Leirhenbach S,-b«rf Shiini Above : I ' Ari- rrMl ' HREY. Lyman. ROHEKT RADIX. Vero Beach. Fla. ROBERT RAIW. Minden. KATHER- INE KEIiUE. Fremonl. HEVEIil.V .lEAN KEEU. Lincoln. (iEORCK R EICHEXHACH. Lin. nln. WIL- LIA.M UEINSCH, (Uncva. EDWARI) ROUSEK. Ord. ERNEST ROISEK. Or.l. WILLIAM RUSSELL, Fullerton. JACK SAIDER. ClmpiM-ll. .TOHN SfHARF. Cnrtis. DONALD SCHEERGER, Battle Creek. SHIRLEV SCHEIDT. Oninba. HO.NME SCHMITT. Omaha. LEONARD SEATON. Emery, S. Dak. PATRICIA SEIBOLD. Pa|.illiun. RICHARD SHiNX, Dunning. lirhnt : DOROTHY SPEER. Lincoln. NORMA SPOMER, Lincoln. WILLIAM STEPHENS, Lincoln. ANNETTE STOPPKOTTE. Crand Island. MARY SULLIVAN, (ireelev. HURNELL SWANSON. Lyons. NORMAN SWANSON. Waverlv. 1 LA TIIONE, Hcnniui. NORMAN TOOKER. Silver Creek. CHARLES TRE.MIAIN, Uealrice. OTTO UHRHi. lienii.iKfi rd. LUELLA VELTE. Lexinirlon. .lERO.ME WARNER. Waverlv. IRIS WELLS, Sarcenl. .lOHN WILKINSON. Auljiini. .lAMES WILLIAMS. Norfolk. ,1ACK WILSON, Red Cloud. DELMAR WITTLKR. .lanscn. KEITH YOINO. Lincoln. Juiiiur.-i: EDWARD ACKER- .MAN. Lini-oln. ALICE ANDERSON. Wilsoiiville. MARY ANDERSON. Fremont. ROIIEKT ASMUS, Friend. MARY .JANE HARNELL. Henkelman. WAYNE BATH. Auburn. JACQUELINE BECKER. Lincoln. JOAN BERGGREN, Aurora. Speer Tremain Young Sponier Uliric Ackerman Stephens Velle Anderson, A. Stoppkotte Warner Anderson, M. (f! ! A I I v p ?£ f r I y r 1 a ' iia Ui-rk. ' KUrliart |-., r„.|. Clnylon Fllst ' iiiaii r.if k i ' Oder Kngelkeiiiier Uiirrows Coffinan Krirk.son Uiirnliain rolliiis Eslermann t iiiitt ' tii ' r ini Kfllows Ualiii ' lsoli r.Triv I iirl.r Davi.s Kiala I Ih-niy Dillinaii Kiiik. Vnx Hanson Hnua .1 ' .ore ■ UOIIKKT BKRKK. Kl«i o.l. DKI.AINK IMSIIOl ' . Om-.m.Im. Ii.wn. MAHY 1U " C " K. Wavn. ' . CKOKGE lUUKOWS. Arliil IS. I.KSTKK illHMIAM. K,ariu . .UMAX CANAKAY. Uli field. i)()KTllY CAP- I ' KI.I.. I ' laltMiiuiilh. .lAMCK CAKTKK. Oiiiahn. CAKdl, IIIKIiNV. Ndrlh lienii. (JOKDAX CISXKY, l.iiiii.lii. KM.MK.T CI.AYTOX. Omaha. CKoHCK CODKH. W.llll, .t. 1{K. COFFMAN. Smart. I.AW- KKNCK rOhl.IXS. St. KclwanI HKX Ckd.M. I ' awm-f Citv. DAVID DAXIKI-SOX. Aiiri ra. AEiXOLD DAVIS. I. inn. 111. MAKK DIITMAX. I.iiir.ilii. STKIMIKX KBKKIIAKT. Itass. ' lt. MARll-YX KLSEMAX, Omaha. JOAX.NK EXGKLKKM IKK. Loiii.sville. ELKAXOK EKICKSO.X. Wisiiir. DOLORES ESTER- MAXX. Xorlh I ' laii.-. liERALD FELLOWS. SarRent. GEORGE FERRIS, Archer. CLARICE FIALA, Onl. WALTER KIXKE. Scollsbhiir. llfll.U DOXALD FOX. G.-n.ia. MU rilN FREI. Fromonl. MARY GIESEKER, Lincoln. MARY GUrXDMAN. Ncl.raska Cil.v. CHARLES IIA.MJIOXD. Hazard. RALPH HANSEX. Callawav. MARVIX IIAXSON. Rid Cloud. .lEAX HAR(;LER( AD. T.-kaiiinh. PA ' ITY HASSOX. Fniiuinl. CARL HAYWARD. Hvannis. ItAMMl HILD. Platlsuioulh. KITH IIOKF.MEISTER. IiiiiM-rial. TO.M HRCZA. Si. Paul. LORRIXE .IliH.VXXES. Srhuylcr. .lERRY .lOIIXSOX. R.d Cloud. SHIRLEY KEEVERT. Plainview. ELIZAIiETH KKI.SIi. .Mi.iiilur.-. ADRL X KI.IXA. Ord. Hansen Hofriiieisler KInna I.I (iiidtKi mill i I Ilk nil . ,i; ' student (ii ' i ;isc i- ' iiini-kf is usiim liis kiKiwlciluc ms lie li ' jirns. His sclu ' dulc is ar- raiii, ' ( ' (l so lu ' can sjjcnd Tuos- rlay and Tliuis lay o])cratinfj Ills farm ciulit inili-s cast of Lincoln. Aitlmuiili lie feeds 200 head of cattle an.l 100 lioi,-s on liis 400-acre livestock farm, lie allows time for Aljilia Ze1a, Dairy cinli. Block ami Bridle an.l S ' .MCA activities. Few difticnlties liave con- fronted (rcrvase in liviiiu- at li(»me and drivinsr liack and fortli to scliool. ( )ncc, however, wiien he was .snowed under with school work, his frater- nity hrotliers drove to the farm to assist with the c]iore.«. Page 65 p. p o I M Kopf Larson. J. Larson, L. LaShelle Link Messersinith Miles Miner MoritE .Miiller Murdoch Myers Nelson Xordin Xorton Xorval Olsen Owens i ' cdor.sen I ' hillips Raun Reeves Regier Kt ' iiard Ueyn«il i.s Richardson Robb K ibins4in Slifldon Walsh Ross Shotkoski Way A ho ve : DEL KOl ' F. hexiiiiTloii. JOHN LARSON. Lvons. LOIS LAKSON. Linrolii. JOANNE LASHELI E. Dnmha. DALE LINK, Ravenna. REX MESSERSMITil. Alliance SHIRLEY MILES. Elwoocl. CHARLES MINER. Craf. CLENN MORITZ. Lexinalon. LLOYD MULLER. Crand Island. LEVONCA MURDOCH, Nehawka. MARILYN MYERS, Ynrk, ELMER NELSON, Park Rapids. Minn. LARRY NORDIN. Oiuaha. OENE NORTON. Elein. (iRAY NORVAL. liiitfalc. Wvii. I ' HILIP OLSEN. Anrora. LOWELL OWENS. Carroll. DONALD i ' EDERSEN. Lin.cl n RALPH PHILLIPS Re.i dak Iowa. JOAN RAUN. Mindf-n. DON REEVES. Cenlral Citv. RICHARD REOIER. San Lnis Oliisim. Calif. Arlinglon. ROLAND REVNClLDS. St. Panl. HARLEY RICHARDSON. LexinRton. Lewellen. RITA RENARD. IIERNADINE ROHH. Below : EUGENE ROBINSON, O.shkosh. JANET ROSS. Liii.oln. LOUIS RUDMAN. Clnrks, DELMA SARXES. Lexineton, RUSSELL SCHELKOPF. Shieklev. KENNETH SCHMIDT. Deshler. WILLIAM SCHNEI DER. Lincoln. .lOAX SEDLACEK, Ord. JOAN SHARP. Lincoln. PATRICIA SHELDON. Lincoln ARTHUR SHOTKOSKI, Arcadia, FRANK SlUERT. Inavale. JAMES SMITH. Omaha. DOXALD SXt) VDOX. Niobrara. JULIA SNYDER. Davenport. FRANK SORENSEN. ()nialia. CHARLES STU HER, St, Michael, WILLIS VOfiEL. Seward. RICHARD WALSH. Ulica. ELIZABETH WAY. Decatnr ARDIS WESTERHOFF. Daltou. C. EVERETT WILKENS. DeWitt. ARLAN WOLTEMATH. Sterlins CLAYTON YEUT1ER, EiLstis. EVELYN YOUNO, Beatrice, ROMONA YOUXO, Juniata, HOWARD ZE I LINGER, David Citv, Rudman Sibert Westerliofl " Sarnes Smith Wilkells Srhelkopf Snow floii Wolteinath Scliinidt Sn.vder Yentter Schneider Sorensen Yonnit. E. Sedlacek Sliiber VonnK. R. Sharp ' ogeI Zeilinpor Ajr Wiiik. I- ( ipiTati ' s Tractor l»i lt Test Bramls tested — fanm is prntn-tid. Tractor I ' ulls Load to Test for Durability Exltrmr power exerted. Ag engineers run tractor testing station; Ag courses stress practical knowledge Xehraska is unitiiif in having tlie (Mily tractor tf ' stiiii!: station in tlic woi-lil. It was sot up in ll ' lS to protec ' t tarnuTs fioin " super saicsnien " who sold tractors on a single demonstration. L:iw niiw rf |nires that j)arts Ik- made i l taiiialili ' within tlie state and that traetnis lu- passed Ujton l)y till- I ' niNersity Au eniiineering depart ment. The men ' s division of the College of Agri- culture stresses pradical knowledge. More ac- tual working lal)s are nuiintained than in any other college. Among these ate inclu ded li e stuck juduiim-. plant and animal stmly projects, inachine and inotors work and others which give students realistic experience in their cilnSiMI iii ' lds. Instructor Coaches Livestock .ludfriiijr Class Sh f r I .rliihit i i Is nun -on v. Ag Engineers Work in Machine Shop I ' l ' lrtiir jxirts U ' lhltd. Girls Learn IJaliy Care I fume ma)ia{ cmcnt project. J » Home economists get well-rounded, useful training at Ag campus ' I ' Ir ' lidiiu ' (•(•(Jiioniics ilc|iartiiiciit iiicluilfs a a- noty of courses vaiualili ' to piactical traiiiinu-. Foods and nutrition majors nain knowlcd.iiv in well-equi]j)jc ' d lal)s. Clothing- majors k-arn to dral ' l liatterns and desigii their own clothes. Girls learn baby care and family economics at a lionie man- agement house, where they live for six weeks. Vocational education is another important course where the girls spend six weeks teaching in Nebra- ska high schools. liarbara Sjiilker Pleasures Joan Reif- .sehneider ' s Hem Tin (Ircxs — product of Home Ec 3 class. Foods 41 Class Puts Kno vle(l re to Work Tiistij cake techuique. ' i. Girls Make Food Composite Food nutrients analyzeel. Page 68 ome Club llflcii li. .Siivdcr Speaks iit Diiiiicr To honor Elh n tl. Kirhonls. Hark rotr : J. Iraben, J. Knchl. M. look. 1 . i tMliiictr. AI. ItaniesberKcr. M. .NtihaiKs, P. H«. won. 1 . Antler.son, J. Itt ll. Fourth rtni : fiadp. J. Humphrey. S. Kendle, R. haiiii. J. Sharp. D. Hiiiniaii. . Bit rinan. M. Rirhard.s. I). Kpndliv Third rot.-.- U. ( ' arl.son. V, Harne.s. ( ' . Uu.sh, fi. filllherle.ss. J. Hohlio.s, XI. GriesekiMi. E. Deriee. M. AnderHOn. I . Gstoriiiann. fcond roir : A. Westroll. A. Reiiike. I). CapiwII. S. Miles, E. Erickson, R. Renant B. Kel.so. M. Teffl. C. .Miller. I). Hiieflle. f ' ntnl rtiir : .1. Srhroeder. .1. Ki . V- " olInlr .1 Kiii. ' 1-Ikfinit ' r A- . Iop])kolti ' .1. Kinit ■T. Vierk, R. Fiarher. A irft-iici|n;iiiitiM| picnic, :i Swcdi.-ili siiior- .ajaslioril, tlic Kllni II. K ' icli.-nils ilimicr mihI a Chri.-itmas ti ' a lillcil tln ' llmin ' lie chili .social cali ' iiilar. In addition, the cluli co- «)])erat( ' d with tlic fasliion nicrcliandisin.i ' class to sponsor tiic annual s])rinn stylo show. KsialilislR ' il to jiromotc protVssional in- tcii ' st, tilt ' dill) is npvn to all lionic ec stu- dents. One of its i)roji ' ( ' ts was to ijive financial aid to Akoko Tciasliinia. a home ec student from Japan. OfKeei " s Serve at Annual t ' liristiiia.s Tea With cookies ami punch, a cheerful air. Smorjra.shonl (iiven U Raise FumLs To xatixfy Scandinavian tastes. Page 69 Back row : J. Anderson. K. Johnson, O. Schmidt. K. Schmidt. B. Brost. Third row : J. Kiienzi. C. Frederick, J. Bahike, R. Barton. Second row : H. Coleman, R. Andersen, M. Moore. J. Bartosh. G. Wilkins. Front row: C. Cook. W. Bobst, E. Har- vey. D. Beavers. C. Broughton. Back row: ( . JiawlinKs. K. Kohiiison, K. Monson. R. Sand. R, Berke, P. Puni- phrey. H. Richardson. Fourth row: A. Kluna, A. Wulteniath, D. Kerl, C. Stuber. D. Ransom. G. Pinker- ton. R. Hoslerman. A. Shotkoski. Third row: K. Heuermann. A. Davis, M. Hanson. N. Swanson. P. Vrana. H. Bar ker, E. Clayton. Second row: R. Crom. R. Reynolds. D. Hall. W. Monson. B. Linder. I) Reeves. C. Hoover. C. Chrislensen. Front row: G. Prilchard. I . Sander, J. McDowell. D. Bever. R. Hansen, .J. Wilkinson. X. I lteinark. P e Varsity Dairv . NmiIii ]k Operate Bottler Phiill ii ' U-hi III ' ■ I .rfiliihii il. Varsity Dairy As members of tlie Varsity Dairy cluli. studonts worked as a gi ' oixp to liclj) solve luohlems facing- the dairy industry. ' I ' lic chib seeks to develoji leadersliip in its ineiiiliers liy spiiiisdi ' liiL; ' ihiifv jinl ' ing teams lo represent the I ' liiversitx ' in na- tional competition. Cliarles Hrt)Ui;liton, i ' lail Harvey and Gerald Barnes com])rised this year ' s team which raiikeil thirteenth at the national contest. Tri-K Td promote ch)ser stnih-nt-facidty rela- tions and to broaden tiie outlook in the agronomy tield are the aims of Tri-I , Aii student of g:ood scholastic standing with an acti c interi ' st in aL;r(iniini may join the urdup. The Kernel and Klod Klnh spdnxncil a liical croiis judging contest and ent a crops team to comjjete at Kansas CitN and Chicago. Don Bever was jiresident. ' I ' ll l ( ' i-(i]i ' rciiiii I ' l-ai-t ic-i ' s .hiiliiini. II nil. f finii. i-iilltDi ijruiliil. Hack roil.- V. (i ii vl. I). OUon. II. .Iiiliu noil. V. Kla.ork. N. Took«T. .1. I ' ollmril. fifth roil ' . K. MilliT. II. Kiiiir, li. I.«iiil. U. hwiiiinB. U i ' U ' KK. I.. Miirphy. I ' . Kl tun. Fuurlh nur ' .M. Pflt rsull, K. Kichlir l 1) I.iiH-. V MiiiKly. (■ siiilMT. K Mi ' .i.i I. Miillrr. ( ' . Kiiskn Third roil. II. Wiihlilrom. H. Zcililit ' . V. Kramppr. I . Irf , T. L«iiiy, ' I ' hriit. J. Kurhl. .Si- -OH l roil M Kniiiforth. U. Khli-r. J. Cullini;, 1 . Ki-iM-ll. K. Hilil. J. Kilu arils. A. Kiihl, K. liard. front roir; V. AllteH,. J. McDonald. E. Kuljiiun. P. i eilinet r. ( . YeiUli-r. J Mpvit. M. Teffl. 1 . HuM.-ii. Fiiii AliiT 411 .Mfi ' tiiiv With hiLsiness, pleanurf. r r .•? V 4-H Club SiiUJirc iliiiiccs, iiio ic, ' , |iiciiii- . M-li(il;ir- lii|i iiiid lectures were ediiihiiied in the 4-li cllll) lirniir;illl. It ilttelllpts tci unite 4-H clul) alumni into ii uroup vital liotli t " the University and to local conunnnitii ' s. The rurjili- li ' ililton review at the State Fair and 4-11 (Inh Week in June iiiuli- lii;hted tlie list (if activities undiT the di- rection III ' 1 ' ie-ideiii ( ' hi tiiii ' eu1ter. v v K T-VI : SMM« ' Alpha Zeta Any male a.i;ri(iilture .-Indent in tin- upper two-lifths of the sophomore class is eli.iiihle tnr nn ' mbersliip in Alpha Zeta. A professional fraternity. Alpha Zeta en- coui ' a.nes the dexelopmelit of leadersllili. Two annual Ali»ha Zeta awards went to |) ui Reeves for freshman scholarship ami Kussell Schelkoph for the larji:est point total in a three departmental judsrino: con- test. Hark roir : H, Lindor, W. Monson, D. lU ' viT. U. Hanfipn, A. N ' ii-vpon. Third rnir : L. Nelson. R. Kaiin, X. Swan- son. S. Kberharl. C. Yeiilter. SrfonH rnir : L. Fischer. I . Komlin ;. J. Warner. A. Kluna. K. rroni. B. Ratlin. Front rote: E. Heuerniann. J. MrlJowell. .T. Wilkinson, G. Rcichenbach, D. Hnn- xvay. Alpha Zeta ' s IIoKI Intormal Discussion (hit of rhrss insfrm-finn proruhd. Block and Bridle Block ami l ii(lli tlic animal liushaiiilrx ' (k ' partiiK ' iital fluh, was orgauizi-d for tho ])romotion and advancoment of tlu ' livo- stock industry. Holdins;- the spotlijilit tliis yoar was alumnus Stank-y Laml)frt who was chosen outstandiuii ' Block and Bi-idlc member in the United States. Among the many functions of Block and Bridle were presenting the annual Ilonnrs day bauciuet and .runior Ak-sar-lten, and sponsoring two judging teams. The senior team travele l to the American Royal and to Chicago. The junior team sought it ' s honors at D enver and Fort Worth. Activities of the club were directed by officers Rob Raun, ilen Bauni, Jack Wil- son and Phil Olsen. Charles Adams was facultv adviser. Block and Bridle Officers M ' ct with Sponsors Jiulyiiig tropluf cup on dispUui. Back row: L. Kelson, D. Young, W. Frost. 1 . Anderson, S. Eherh.irt, W. Hansen, Fourth row: R. Coffman, B, Vat.son, R, Vlasin. N, Tooker. C. Yentter. W, Shires, J. Doyle, Third row: R, Hilii, G, Lundeen, D. Austin. F. Sibert, A, lieain, P. Englor. Second row: D. Linscott, A, Torrico. L. George. J. Warner. L. Popken. E, Eberspacher, D, Gowen, Front row: R, Radin. R, Messcrsmith, ,1. Wilson. R, Raun, P. Olsen, II. Alexander, R. Kreut .. Page 72 Ak---;ii-lii ' n l-i-iiluri- I iick II KiiKj of Duiiuonds f tili rliiiiis rroinl. .liuiiiT ui i--iiick Tt ' iiiii .)ii(l r ' - ! p I ' r( jiinitioii for Dinrtr, Ft. Worth trips. Ilo r Fittinir ami Showing ((jiitcNt at -luiiior Ak-sar-ben Showmanship stressed in Block and Bridie sponsored contest. Page 73 o i?i O Ci Baci- row: H. Deems. M. McCreight. R. Schel- koph. E. Daniels. L. Ostendorf, C. Elioad. T iird row: E. Nelson, K. Lux. K. Hahn, D. Wittier, H. Kenyon. Second row: C. Huebner. N. Ulemark, A. Rem- ington, G. Baum. J. Schade, L. Piva. Front row: N. Bless, G. Johnson, W. Classen, E. Hultiiian, C. Gerwick. iStiKleliLs Hold ' oL ' Ecl- ' oe Ay iiuuquel Af ricuJfuml leaders honored. Vocational Agriculture Xcwi ' st (ii ' iiaiiizntinii on ag campus is Voca- tional Agriculture, a professional activity for vocational cilucation majors. Carl fJerwicli was president. Voc Ag- sponsored liig ' li school FV judiiiny contests durin,i;,- the state convention. Besiiles this, they gave a banquet for teachers, county agents, home demonstration agents and voc ag students. Di-. ( " . K. jihoad, founder of the or- ganization, was preseuti ' d an honorai ' y key at tile dinner. Students Demonstrate Practical Knowledge Sectional cutting in meats lab. Page 74 college of « ) U Z ( ) HUSKERS OUTSTANDING • • • l ' .ol) (Jaiitt ■()!» Viii prr.sidf lit I iilrrntitioiidl ' fi It plioiic atid TeJctjraph iiirporatioii. Pirsklt nt of Jackson Lahoratorii itssorinfiov. Ruth W(M)(lsinall " O. ' i I ' iitrick Joseph OYJaivi ' (I ' J Ej) rutin St rrftiiiji liotaiiist with Kiipj)) iilit ini 1 )tt(rnnti nuil YWC A. Chief interests. Dftcniiiind iffi ct of I ' . S. (jort niiiu nfs of fuiiits from fuels on icomen ' s affairs in Germany. vegetation. World ' s hi( ht.it paid plant patholofiist. 0(111 Jlolk ' iibeek ' 2. ' ) r i.S neivs commentator. Programs: CBS Views the , Press, Candid .Microphone. Herbert Browiipll ' 24 Chairman of the Republican nationtd committee. . O H, vd «= ' e«ce Uiith l ' ry:iii Ixcliile ' (). " ) Miuistt r to Denmark and .America ' s first woman diplomat. Page 76 P ,- 4 ' i S|iiiiiisli Dictiitidii (iivfii LaiKjiKii i I ' ll ' li ' irniiiij. ( iiark- 11. »liltatlicr Dniii of tht Colltyr of Arts tiiul Sciences Seventeen Arts, Sciences departments raise general cultural education level Antliriiiiolojry Summer Scliool Field Exeavalors I ' lirti stiirrlns HiirliiH count n iirifi. .Mii iMiiii U Sctliii;. ' ot I ' ri ' liisliirii- Liti- Assemhiance of flinoxaur bones otinicts visitors. Tlic cliicf fmictioii (if tlu ' Collcin ' t ' Arts aiul Sci- ences is ti contriliuti ' to tlie general cultural eiluca- tion of I ' liiversity students ami teadi students to become g-ood citizens in modern society. Forty-nine percent of all courses now olTered by the University are included in this college. These courses are groui»ed into 17 dcjiartnients which include the fol- lowing areas: Knglisii and foreign languages, nat- ural and social sciences, political science and histfiry. Page 77 ARTS SCIENCES Seni lors o xl p Adams Hailey Ufrker Anderson BakiT IUmisoii Arnistronfi Bancroft UerKstraesser Arndl.l Baimltart Bergirren Asniusscn Barrel t BtfUlel Ahovf : Seniors: JANE AUEXD. Xbh- York. X. Y. ARf ' HIK ADAMS. Mead. ThOMAS AXDEKSON. {irand I.slanH, PHILIP AKMKTKOXC. Los Angeles. Calif. VAXCE ARXOLD. Sulherland. KICHAKI) AS MrSSEX. Xorfolk PATKICIA I ' .ArH. Linenln. .lOEl, BAILEY. Onialia. ROBERT BAKER. Omaha. ELEAXOR BAXCROFT. Elsie. LOLA BAXCHAUT. Scnllsl.liiff. DOXALU BAUKETT. I ' nsper. Wvii. BAR( ' I,AY BAYLEY. Liiii-oln. .lEAX BECKER. Asliliv. DOXALU BEXSOX. Liniulii. Kt Til liEHC- STRAESSEK. Liii.olii. CLI Fl " , )1! 1 BEl!li( ; HE N, l.iii.i.ln FLORA BKI ' -rKL. l.in.idii. lieloir: RICHARD BII ' K. Grand Islaiirl. IIOMIW BLANCHARD. Miller. S. Dak. .IAME8 BLAXKEXSHIP. Lincoln. LOL ' ISE BOSCIIEX. •IV.iimseli. CHARLES BRESSMAX. Onmlia. .lOE BROWX. Lincoln. MARDELLE BISS, Elkhorn. .lOYCE CAHA. Walioo. PHYLLIS CA.MPBELL. Kcarncv. BOXXIE CARLSOX. Omaha. ELMER CARLSOX. Lincoln. HARUY CARPEXTEK. Sioux Cilv. Io«a CARUOLL CARTER. Blair. .lOAX CARYETIl. Lincoln. XOKMA CHCBBrCK. l.in.-oln. BEVERLY COLBERT. Lincoln. WEXDELL COLE. WccpinL ' Water. LESTER COLLIER. Smilli Ccnicr. Kans. LOIISE COOK. Lancaster. Calif. RICHARD COVACLT. Fort Wavnc. Ind. ADELE CRAMER. Wavnc. .lAXlS CRILLV. Superior. MERRITT (TSill.Ml. X. hniskn Citv. DOXX DA 1S. Lin.idn. HOW.iRD DEXXIS. Scolls- bhtff. JOAN DIERS. Omaha. WILLIAM DILL. Alexandria, Rick Carl.son, B. Cook Blauchard Carlson. E. Covault Blankcnsliip Carpenter Cramer Boschen Cartel- C ' rill.v Bressman Carveth Ciishing Bliss Colbert Dennis Calia Cole Diers Campliell Collier Dili 1 m v ,o P J. t. V .1 Page 78 e o I ' I l llKlfH l HiifToril liVKON DOKN. Si. mil Sic.iix Citv. (iKXK KYKK, Ni ' lir»ili« Cilv. KOI.l.AM) K(;(;KH. Mn.-.ilii. 1)(). Al.l) Kl.l.lori, U.iilri,-. ' . DOUdTHY KSTKS. Liiuoln. KOliERT KVANS, l.iuoiln. FRANK I ' AIKKS, liii.i.ln MAKV FIKK. (iiiiiihii. AIDKKV KI.DOD. I,iiiii)lii HICII KOI.I.MKK. Oiimlm. I (). AI,|I KOKIXASIl. H»rlii.s:toii. llnKIXIN KKAXCIS. It. ' llevu... WALTKK (JASS. Se»»ril. CARVl. lill.TNKR. Kf M-iidiMi. N. Diik. ItKTI ' Y (iRKKN. I.iii.dln. MAKII.Y.N CROSSK. IVMUiiisfli, IIOWAHI) IIAKill ' l ' . Y.irk. Cl.KKTrA HaI.STKAK, Morrill. JACK HANSKX. Sliprniaii ()«k,s, Ciilif. K1) VAI{I HARRIS, llo .MoiIl.■. . l..«ii. PHll.MI- HATCH. Miuli. ' ll. I ' HYM-IS HKATDX. I.imulii. C.ORIJKX HKKllXKR. lni|..Tiiil. VlRtJINlA MILL. Liiirolii. SALLY HOLMKS. Ki mm-v. HAROLD MOLMlH " LST. OhUIbimI. .lAXICK HIKKORI). Oii ' nliii FItAXCKS HILAC. OiiihIih. WILLIA.M HTXTKR. Oliialin. PKAXKLIX .L C( 11S. Lin.i lii. UONALI) .IKKKRIKS. .Mn.lrid. ItRYAX .IdHXSON. Looiiii.v. KXOX .lO.NKS. Liii.iihi. STAXFOKl) .lOXKS. Svra • iiM ' . X. Y. THKODORK KAXAMIXK. Oinalm. LKOXARD KKHL. Sinti Miifr. DOXALI) KKXhLK. LiiK-.ilii. KRICK KKXXKllY. l!« iii. Wvn. SIK KKXT. Alliiiiiir. DAVID KNAI ' I ' . Lin. t, hi. VIR ;1XLV KOCH. Liii.i.lii .MARY LOl " KOSTAL. Hiisliim ' s. .lOHX KRA.IKSKl. Clinrlion. DOROTHY KIKTH. Liii.riln MARILYN LAFLKR. Si.lii.-v. HtiU. Hiiiitor Iii.-..l» Jpffrit ' s lollllHOII Junes. K, Jniii ' . s. Kniiainine Krhl KiMuH ' Kennedy Keni Knapi Koch Ki.slHl Kraj ki Knrtli I.Htler . III IniKll ) llra l ' inillilccl Sue AllcH Mililcil ;mi)tlifi- |iri .c to licr striiiu of l.niri ' ls liy liciiig clioscn iiatioii- ;il VWCA pn-sidcnt at IIk- Hicliiiioiiil. ' a., ( ' (Hit ' crc iicc ' . ' I ' lic duties of this fxi-ciitive from I ' icicc liave iiichukMl a triji tn Xew Y(irk to make jilans tor tlic national meet inf- ill nliio and a hu.uc daily stack of VW correspondence. Her job at convention will he to lu ' l|) the not) delefrates coordi- ]iate all VW camitns activities. Kecipieiit of the Dail j A - hrasknii ' s " outstanding stu- dent " award last spring. Sue is ma.joriHg in psychiati-ic so- cial work and plans to earn lier niastel ' s df ' Uice. Page 79 ARTS SCIENCES Seniors Juniors mm f 1 i o f) r , a r: % ik1L L. ' ailli-. Loy McCoy Ijewis Liiikart M ' (;iaslmii Lindley Luther Mryueen LindijiiisI .M Clain Maikev Lislier McClyinonds Mahr LoiiK Mt-Coniiack Mateja Ahnve : JEAX LEAHLEY. Lincoln. KIKK LEWLS. Ord, JOYCE LIXDLEY. Lincoln. JANICE LIXDQUIST, Crand Island. JOA.NX LISHER. Rawlins. Vvo. PHYLLIS LONG. Scotlsbluff. DONALD LOY. Lincoln. CORDON LLIKART. Sioux City. Iowa. MARYLOC HTHER. Caniljridsc. SHIRLEY McCLAIN. Lin- coln. NEAL .MiCLY.MONDS. Linilon. (iWEN M.CORMACK. Linclon. liOXXIE MrCOY. Edison. LOIS McGLASHAN. Honicr. (iEORCE XlryCEEN. Lincoln. liF.()R(;F. MACKEY. Casper. Vvo. SHIRLEY ' .MAHR. Lincoln. HAROLD .MATEJA. Crete. THOMAS .MAY. Oiiialin. RICHAUI) . 1K1SS. EK. Omaha. DON METCALF. Ncwiasllc. LOUIS MEY- ERS. Lincoln. .loHN MILLS. Osceola. FORREST -MOZER. Linioln. HILL .MINDELL. CotlienlmrK. LOIS NELSON. Haslings. SHIRLEY .NELSON. Lincoln. MAR(;ARET NEVILLE. Pairtjurv. .lACK PA.A.P. Otoe. LEONARD PACH.MAN. Lin.-oln. ROBERT PACKARD. Lincoln. ROIIERT PALME. Lin- coln. DA ID PEATROWSKY. Omaha. .lOAN I ' EDEN. Oakland. VICTOR PETTICREW. Svracuse. LEON PFEIFFER. Scrihner. ROUERT PFEILER. Linioln. ROHERT PHELPS. Lincoln. VviLLlS POLITE. Lincoln. NANCY PORTER. Omaha. RITH PCRNEV. Omaha. IJETH RANDEL. McCook. SrSAX REED. Deshler. HERliERT REESE, Omaha. RODSON RKiCS. Des Moines. Iowa. May Neville Pfoilcr .Meissner Paap Phelps -Metcalf Paclunau Polite Meyers Packard Porter Mills Palme Purncy Mozer Peatrow,sky Randel Mnndell Peden Reed Nelson. L. Pettisrew Reese C V t ' h V , t w il . d lH ' i f ! 1 } r Page 80 5 ulV _ KoM Snowdon Tritsrh [{ohiiison. y. Snyder TnwMer Ifoliiiison. K. Sokolof VanUiiri; Rorkwfll Stntfs ' ttn " (M rl»is Rogers Stoinhauer Vermaas SafTel Stevenson Vickery Snii.Ulrdt ■ iraii " ! ' ili-k ? jiiilh rrn| liHi:i ' ii Wntilrtm .4 ' ... IV lA.MKS KOlU!. Iliiiaha. EDWAIU) Kdlll N SOX. Keanu-v. ROHKKT RDItlNSOX. Liiuolu. .lANK Kt CK VKI,I., Mai ' hallan. X. V. KOIIHHT ROCERS. Allmiiiierque. X. Mi-. . KDWARl) SAFFKb. Ra|ilil I ' itv. S. Dak. RITH ANN SAXIISTKln " . Limoln. IIARIIARA SCHI.ECHT. Oirmlia. MARII.YX SMITH. Lincoln. (TRTIS SXI i V DON. . ii.hrnra. IIKI.KN SNVDKR. l.ininln. SOKAl.KK SOKOLOF. Onmlm ALFRED STATES. X..rth I ' lallc KOllEK STEIMIAIEK. Sulli.ii. AXX STEVENSON. Nonli IMallc. NORMAN STRAND. Vnl.T illc. S. Dak .loHN TAYLOR. (Sranil IslaniL .L NE TRAI ' II A(;EN. Lin.M.ln. KOHERT TRIISCH. l ' lalI Miniiih .L MES TROESTER. llnniplnn. ALYTE VAN lU ' Rli. Linn.ln. ROIS- EKT VAN VOORHIS. Chaclniri. CHESTER VERMAAS. Lincciln. SfZANNE VK ' KERV. Omaha. HELEN VITEK. Schuyler. NANCY VO(iT. Slanherry. Mo. LARllAKA .lE.VN WALDKON. Oirinlin ROllERT WARNER. Omaha. VELMALOU WATKIXS. Linroln. KENNETH WAYMAN. Wilher. WIL- FRED WEARE. Slanifor.L Cl " RTIS WEATH ERHOCJC. Lincoln. HELEX WERKMEISTER. LiTicoln. DONALD WEYENIlERii. (ilcnvil. llORt)TnV WILLIAMS. Linroln. MAK IN WILLIAMS. Davciiporl TRl ' MAX WOOD. Omaha. JAMES WOODWARD. I.iiwoln. JACK YAMA.MOTO. Miiialarc. Juniors: IIEVERLY ALDRUH, 0 hkosh. EVELYN ANDERSON. Lincoln. JOHN ANDERSON. Lincoln. I ' AfL ARMITSTEAD. Lawri-nce. Ma« . E. LOIMSE ASMTS. Didianapolis. Ind. KENT AXTELL. lieatrice. Warner WeypnlHTi: AM rich Walking Willianl . D. .Amicr ' son. E. Waynian Williams. M. . nilcrsnn. .T, Wcarc W.KllI •ArTTiilstcnd WcalhcrhogK Woo lwanl A Sinn s Werknu ' isler Yamaniolo Axtpll An Em till h ' dt io " Witli an oar toward radi " . Dale Aiiik-rson spciuls most of Ills tiuii ' iilainiiiii;- t ' nr tlic men licliiiid till ' micioplioncs. This student from Atlantic, Iowa, has two ,u:(ials: to teaeli eollege ladio or to no into fMimmeicial ladio. His main interests lie in the tields of manas:in. r and plannini; i)roj.crams. Dale liesran his career in a ]ii,t;li sehool speech class. Xow lie teaches radio lal)s and works at KOIL writiiii; and )irodncinf l)lays. Alonn- with tliis. he was a member of the Footlight Frolic cast and the Alp ha Epsilon Rho radio hoii- oiary. Page 81 ARTS SCIENCES Jun lors le iL IlartrtT U OS ley Christonson r a »3« -» liflA r.lair i;..ri Carlson Carson Chisholni Creamer Cnniniint:s rnrlis- liaily I ' VnsIer ( ni. ' lM ' r l)i- ill P ' erijuson l{aL-. ' n...ru-.T A hovr : ANNE BARGKK. Lincoln. THO.MAS HKAh. Onialia. NANCV BENJAMIN, Lincoln. WILLIAM UETZ. Bellevue. C. LEE liLAlK, MiCook. ANDREW BORIS. Amsterdam. N. V. LARRY BOSLEY, HoWrege. WILLIAM BUNTEN. Cheveiine. Wvo. PKEDERIC CADY. Broken How. EARL CARLSON. McCook. DICK CARSON. Lincoln. LESLIE CIIISHOLM. Lincoln. ELSIE CHRISTENSEN. Kimball. PHYLIS CUrUACOFF. Omaha. ALBERT COOPER. Scotl.sbhilf. CHARLOTTE CREAMER. Denver. Colo. MAR- THA CUMMINGS, Holdrege. CH. KLES CURTISS. (ieneva lielotr: MARY DAILY. Loop Cilv. CAROLE DtWITT. Lin -oln. I ' Al SY DrTTON, McCook. D.VLE EBERS. Heaver Cro.ssing. KENNETH ELLIS. Lincoln. JERRY EVANS, Lincoln. .lOSEI ' H EVANS. Lincoln. EUOENE EVERETT, (iraiui Island. .lERRY EWING. Nebraska Citv. RICHARD FENSLER. Omaha. CHARLES FERC.rsoN Y mnu ' s ' own. Ohio. WALTON FERRIS. Lincoln. PHYLLIS FIRESTONE. Omaha. DARLEEN FISCfS. Alma. SARAH FCLTON. Lin.oln. JOE CIFFORl). Enid, Okla. MARILYN COLL. Havard. J.ACKSON GOOD. Crct ' orv. S, Dak. UONNA CUIKHER. Lincoln. HENRIETTA HAOELBEROER, Lincoln. MARTHA HA.MILTON. Lin-oln. VAL II , .M. I()N I). Nebraska Cilv. RALPH I-IANNEMAN. Albion. RICHARD HARVEY. Siimx Falls. S. Dak. ALICE llEISS, Cerin-. l!Rl " CE HENDRICKS-ON, Holdrege. .MYRON IIOL.M. Yink. Dtilton Ferris HaTi]illi n Ehers Firestone Hammond Ellis Fiscns Hanncni Evans. .1. Fulton Harvey Evans. J. Oiftord Heiss Everett Goll Hendrickson Ewiiig (Jood Holm P) Ci P m ' ' . Page S2 Q s J e wet I Larseii MrLt-ny ; Ijippslrt-ii Mann Johnston L»onli Mnrlili- itfttur : K0(;KR MKTrAI F. Linroln. ROHKRT MOrKFITT. Linroln. MAKILVN MOOMKY. Hasiinirs. I ARKK1 MORKI.ASn. Simla. CtAo. I AVII) MOSHKR. South Siiinx Tiiv. CI.AKK Ml ' KIJ.ER. l-iii. oin. .lEAX- K ' lTK MINDHKNKK. S,. v»r.l. JACK MIXSON, Sjin lU ' nindinn. CnUf. .milN MVKKS. N.-ls.m. JO- SKPH NKAL. Itarilrv. WILLIAM (»I MAN. Lini-oJii. KKN.NKTII OH.MAX. Linroln. IIKKUKKT OL- SKN. Unmklyn. . . V. WALLACP: I ' ALMKR. Steele Citv. RCSS PAKMKNTKR. Onuil.n. MAKILVN I ' ATrKRSt N. LiiMoln. DKXTKR I ' KTKRSON. Onialia. UOX PETKRSON. K.-vsi.nu ' . .M i.alf Mun(ltii nkt Olipn Moikoit MuMNon PalnHT Mooniey Myor. ' ParnHMiif € kllf MonOanil Xeal l ntl(»r on n v MoslUT Odniaii PoIorMiii. I . MnclliT Olininii Pelprxm, I . pop a. K.-..1.1.T llollfllHIl Mitl .kc Keiini ' dy M. ' Afi-f .M -lli-ii M niil Inr M iisriiiii. ' since lie first hcijaii scariim till ' jiiuliiil crowd with sii;il c . .nnlciyy lias alwa s fascinated Knox .Jones of l incolu. In liiirli school lie spent many week-ends Imntini; ' for special species of l)ngs in tlie state. In his first experience, as as- sistant cnrator of zoo]o ;:y at Morrill hall, he workeil with the state yaine coniniissif)ii and I ' niversity zoo lal)s. He is now on the school museum staff in cliare:e of all zoo collections anrl administrative business. -Vfter ,s;ettin ;- master ' s and doctor ' s desifrees, Knox wants to combine teaching college zoology with private collecting. Page 83 ARTS SCIENCES Juniors IMniun liaWi. ia ii i. Redifier Ui»ihf i;i., -i..i Kubiii UulifT.son Rnssdl Srhok Sheets Sidner Siinoiison Smiley Smith Sorensen Stain Slerkel Above : SALLY PJNNKY, Hastints. JOAN KAISKN, Nebraska Cilv. KOIIIN KAUCH. Hnldret ' e. .Il ' AMTA REDIfiER. Tekamah. THOMAS RISCHK. Liiuolu. ELIZAPKTH KOESSLEK, Fremont. SIIJXEY RfBIX. Te.iimseh. HARJID.N KL ' LirFSOX. Lincoln, JACK RISSKLL, Kimball. .JACK SCHOLZ. Chadron. AXUREW SHEETS. Edinbom, I ' a. MARY SIDXER. Lincoln. RICHARD SIMOXSDX. West Point. DOROTHY SMILEY. Omaha. WILLARI) SMITH. Le. ini.Mon. .lACKIE SOKESSE.X. Lincoln. LOriSE STAM. Lincoln. RONALD STERKEL. Lincoln. Below : RAYMOND STOVER. West Point. MARTHA STRATBUCKER. Fort Calhoun. RAYMOND SUXDELL. Wisiier. KATHRYX SWINDLE. Lincoln. NANCY SWOBODA. Omaha. .TAMES THOJLVS. Lincoln. ELIZABETH THOMSEN. lientric,-. HONNEY VARXEY. liroken How. MARILYX VIXIiERS. Omaha. DOXALl) WAHL. Umaba. RICHARD WALKER. Palisade. (iERALI) WARREN. St. Edward. I ' A- TRICIA WEXTZEL. Fremont. PATRICIA WIEDMAN. Lin oln. (;E0R(;E WILCOX. Lincoln. HEXRY WISEMAX. Trinidad. British West Indies. .JERROLD YOS, Lincoln. JAXET ZLOMKE, St. Panl. Stover StratlnK-ker SllIMifll Thomsen Varnpy Vingers Wpiiizel Wiediiian Wil.-ox Swiiiffle Wall I VK iiian Swobnfia riioiiiHs Walker Warren Vos ZIonikc Q Page 84 Dr. A(l;im Ska|»ki r i ' ( ' ciiti-il ' iiu: ' Topic — litjiiiil mt ' tdl Inisilf stri ' iiijtli. I»r. lI. ' iliiT! -I-li!. ' l-rs i;l;u ' kliiiar.l In lv |)hiiii ' I ' lMnry I ' In xicist — scieniific aulht ril ji. Doctors Skapski, Jehle, Weaver conduct research on metals, genes, hybrid corn |)r . Ailaiii Skapski, II.tImtI .Idilr and II. I.. Wt-avt ' i- arc tliivc iiK-mlKTs (if tin- I ' liivei-.- ity rt ' Sfaivli statT who aii ' niakiiis-: valualilc coiitri- luitiojis in till- Held of si-iciic-i-. Dr. Skajiski caiiit ' to tlic I ' liixfrsitx ' in ims. At llic incM nt tinu ' lu ' is comliictiiiu ' rcst-ai ' di in conjuiiitinii with ( " iiarh-s Ackcrinan. Tlicy an- tcstini; the ti ' ii.sih ' .stri ' iiirth of liqnids and, csiiccially, li(|ui l metal.s. Physicist .IciiK- lias developed a theory wliieli th ' serihes the dnjilieation of udies in mathemat- ical teini . Dr. .leliie ' s tlieory may have three I»ractical re.-ults. It may explain the j-rowth of viruses, the reason for noi-ma! ami alniormal growth and the ahilily to iinnnuiizi ' against some diseases. Research on the develojiment and ilifferentia tion of hyliriil coi-n has lieeii comiileted hy Dr. Wi aver. Dr. 11. h. Weaver t »|ieratts .Micro.scope Attention forusnl on n sfarch project. Page 85 Dr. Frolik Examines Corn Seedlings Stands reduced hi size. t. •VT I A I h ' . Alilil .er 1 i cs (-i : ' iger ( ' oiintiT " SiMinpi ' i ' Test for radifMutiritij. Atomic Research projects were carried on by Doctors Frolik, Militzer, Jorgensen Di-. Mh ' iii I ' -dlik is ciiiiiluctnii;- i-cscarcli to liiid llic h ■ H HHI " " " et ' t ' cct of irradiiit inii witli tlii ' Vinal iiciitroiis on cdi ' ii H| ■ m and barley. Di-. Walter .Militzer ' s research is ta.u- | I I ViAl VH siing ' iiioleciiles and trackiiii;- them down in their H ■ HHH prof!;i ess thniuuh the Kody tlirouuli the use tA radio- H ■ ■■■B activity. Tlie exijerinientations of 1 h. ' riiendnic .lor- | ■ ■fl H iienseii, wliicli ai ' e supjjorted liy the Atomic- KiuMiiy | ■ H ' ' H H m commission, are desiyned to lind the range of forty | ■ Bm. ■■■ ■i kilo ' olt jirotons in li ' di ' o.u ' en gas. 1 I ■p- HnH k, H 1 j HMIA l H HiHIHIi l l r ma HH nl I H H I I ikr r «- VII H iP iliH HRv 1 H T Sl ■■jl-r " BsI Bbl I Kj 1 iji ' E M f f WilllHB B B B 1 HB Hk ' " " i V I MH H I I ' .r c ff B B BB ■ V IVSHI 1 S l tr ri|L " " HH 1 »r. .Jorjicnseii T}il)ul;itfs Hcsults (if V(irk H " H V J H I ' liiri rsilji .s- atomic r( search man. K IflC lE I H I B I H Bk hV f " - M .l(il-i;rlisiMl. Assis iMiils I ' sc ( ' (iiii|ilcx .Mai-liines K S k, - v 1 1 Projec — atomic r(.s(arch. B B M A . Br ka l I HHHI k ui ' " J wMB ' I ' i: I I ' I ' I • jihiSe Kappa national OoTji(inlry S -lutla. ti( .ii Societj " i.lV ill tbe ( allege pf Arte uud St ueg Arnold O. Allen Marian L. Battey , | ' Wanda I Young Cochran William 6. Dyer Willianri B. Edmondsoni Glen W. EllioH I Marjorie Ei+es Audrey R. Flood Reid R. Harrasch Emily E. Heine Willard W. Heiser • Albert Ellis Herman James Richard Holden Charles R. Johnson Ray Bardell Johnson Nina Kaswinerstak , i Melissa Marie KoeMer Evelyn Wolph Krueger Dorothy Ann Kurth Marylou J. Lutherj ' Ronald Sidney Luxl Richard T. McDonald Maurice E. MendenhaB John W. Mills , I ' I I l. ' i i- ' l I ' ll I I i P I Ruth Eleanor Nelson Charles H. Newellj % John R. O ' Neal ' ' ' n ' M ' .! M 1 1 Pet r M. Peterson Fr d L. Pflug ' ' I Fritz P. Picard , I Nancy May Porter Robert N. Reece ' Susan Reed Dan L6e Richmondi ' Robert L. Robertson Richard P. Russell Mary Ellen Schroedsr Halbert H. Schwamb Richard F. Srb Robert E. Stake Ray Sti hl ' ' Robert E. Swet+i, ' ' | Eugefie J. Thomas I I Robert E. Truxell Hiirold Waife i P4ul R. Weltchek, Eleanore M. Wiberg Alvin W. Wolfe ' I I I ' I m ' 1 1 1 ; 1 . ■ !| ir lif . -L Pi Mu Epsilon . ' Hti(iii;il IldimiJiiv Miitlifiiiaties Society in the ( ' (illcfic lit ' Arts and Scicncps X. Acevedo .lolin W. Adams ] liilli|i Arnist riiHir Wiiliani A. I ' .ariTtt Doris J. I ' .onehrijiht Harold R. IJoniiess John E. lirill Antlmny I ' .urltel liiTW yn ( ' aswcll Paul X. ( ' liisniai- Georgf 1 . C ' obel R. G. Crook W. W. Ka-aii F. Dale Flood (icorjic E. (iorkei- J). I. (irut ' her Robert llaight Robert II. Holder Hans Jeans John ( ' . Johnson P. D. Keene Ralph Kilb ( " hris E. Kuyatt Edward LeBeau X. P. Loomba E. R. Maunders Richard .Mi-Xamee Richard .Mdhlcr Forrest Iuz ' r Donald Procter T. E. Reiuhai-dt Robert ( ' . Ruitert Ed T. Saad Willis Watnc Sdk Robert L. ' i llincr Don R. Wetenberg K. J. Whiteonib J. Jl. Yelken Jerrold Yos Wiiifi-cd Zachai-ias Students Cheek Out Books for Reference Vork Arts 11)1(1 Sciences stinh tils iis( m ir hooks tn mlranhnje. Page 88 ' :i 1 1 ;ii ' i- " II W |i III 1 I :v ' ' A u 1 ' ' Ti I 1 1 I Ml Sigma Xi ' . J National lloiio ' arxj tt im the ( ( U L|e o| .Arts IMl ' ll ' Arnold Orbl ' Allen Lewis Vernon Belcher Robert B. Casari Frank R. Dallj Robert Oliver Eis James V. Erwin Albert D. Flowercl y Sten John Freeland Donald Coleman Gallagher George Ewald Gorker A. Robert Harm Willard W. Heiser Juergen Felix Herbst John Carpentet- Jenkins Daniel Sherman Jones Eugene J. Kamprath Dwight L. Kaster i Nels Bernum Kleveland , ' I I jeijce So( ' i6try ' i laiid Sciences Ardis June Lostroh ' Glenn W. Lowrey ' I I Robert J. Mason ! Billy B. Michael Lauren L. Morin | Gerald G. Mueller ' Ruth Eleanor Nelson James Warren Newell i Thomas T. Powell ' Elmer Edwin Remmenga Leonard R. W. Smith R. Thomas Stiehl I Robert Earl Swett Robert E. Truxell Roy Harold Waite i Alita Ann Zimmerman l ( III II ' I 111 ' . I ! I i -Math ( ' las.-, I ' scs Blackboard for I ' robh ' ms .l;7.s (1)1(1 Seizures .slu(l( iits calcuhiti . Botany Siiidcnls Work in Xi ' w ( irccnliouse I ' lilhd jjlinils: 111(1 ill sail (l( ti((( KCfl studil. Class Informals Advaiicrd Stndi ' Uls Condilfl I ' ulilii- I ' vyclidlny y Clinic Clliiicdl ps(icli()}()(iti— vocatidiKil ( i(i(l(iii( ( . liistiiry Tcaclirr Hoss Discusses North Anicrii S ii(l((n(s (1 1(11 Uncus ffdiii iiKij) sludi . ITf, Page 90 college of z 7i Z HUSKERS OUTSTANDING • • .Juhn 1). (lark ' O. ' ) I ' irsidoit MiiJir(sl Ri piiiiitj compony. Vwr prcsidrnt of Staiuhtrd Oil compdiui. United States economic (id riser. VvHuk Ilfiii y V )ixl; ' ;!() ( ' liiiinii(i)i ot Board of l.iiicohi Ti l ilioiii mill Ti li i ra ph coiiipii lllj. .}. V. .Muuifdnl -21 Biisiiii ss Mamifjer of Onk l ' id(je (Tennessee) Institute of Nuclear Studies. Paul r al s(iii ' 17 President I ' niird States Business seri ' i ' e, Boston, Worcester and New York .■ treet railway company. Harry Coffee ' 13 Presiflcnt of world ' s largest stockyards — Omaha. Page 92 Stanley lirackeii ' 12 Prcsidi nf Western Electric LjOSiness Tliomas J. IIar rrav-i ' ' 2 President of Eastman Kodak conipunii. I . Fiilllii-i ' ol; Dian of thi ColUiji of Hiisincss AdiiiiitisI nilimi Mfli (JatliiT Arouiiil Seliiiluir Tahli Latest l)Hxintxs topirs flixcussrd. Biz Ad graduates sought by many firms; College sponsored an Insurance Institute (iiailiiiitcs of the ( ' ollciif " t Business Adiiiiii- istiation an ' prepared to enter many lielils in tile l)nsiness world. Business firms throuijhont tlif state and coniitiy seek graduates t ' loni Xehraska. Besides this, a i reat exjtansinii of •rnvernineiit operations lias opened new jolis anil increased tJie demand for trained experts. Projects sponsored liy the College of Busi- ness Administration durinj; ' the school year in- cluded an lii iiiance Institute which was co- sponsored with till- Insurance Federation of Xehraska. Leading insurance men in the coun- try acted as uiiest speakeis. A cost I ' eduction conference was also held y the collei o. Husint ' ss Administration Students Work in Lah Sliitislics, fii iins jhhinIi l,ih nmti riiil. Social ScioiH ' p Huildin ; Sri 114 of sDiiiiliKiii. hi: (III rliissi •:. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Seni lors 9 . ll..ri. M IJergstroiii Clark Ahove : Seniors: VIXOE.NT ADAMS. West Point. .lOHX ALLEX, Page. MAKY ALLEX. Lini-oln. E. I). BAER. Selby, S. Dak. FRAXCIS BAMMEL. Linroln. JACK UARNHART, Omaha. DOUGLAS HARRY. Xor- folk WILLIAM UKCKEK. Liiuolli. .lUHX liERGSTROM, Omaha. DOXAI.D P.RAXDOX. Xorlh Plall , LOIIKK.N llKKACIl. Xojlh Platte. .70HX lirRRIS. Omaha DIIXALD CAKLYOX. Mart,-|]. HARRIS CARXAliY. Omaha. Mll lOX CLARK. Pawnee Citv. RICHARD CLOTHIER. Lineolii. OEOROE COXXER. McCojk. DO.NAI.D COOK. Ito.k Rapiils. Towii. Below : GARY CREASMAX. MeCook. .lOll.N DAKGK.N. Sioux Falls. S. Dak. EDGAR DECKER. Lincoln. WIL- LIAM DICKSOX, Linroln. DEIAIX DOHXIUSH. Cresbard. S. Dak. GEORGE DCDLEY, Xorfolk. EARL DI ' NNIXG. Seattle. Wash. DO.NAI.D DITTOX. Lineoln. LEOXARU EISE.VACH. .Milihell .MAKIAX EKHLAD, Lincoln. HERllEIM ' EMiDAHL. Omaha. DONALD ETMTXD. Lin.oln. .lAMES FERRIS. Lincoln. LAVON FRITSO.N. Franklin. HARBARA (iARDXER. Lincoln. LAMAR G. ROX. Omaha. WILLARD (iELWICK. Falls Citv. RCSSELL GKIFFIX, Nebraska Cilv, .10I;D. N HAI.PER. Hrooklyn. X. Y. HAROLD HATCH. Lincoln. .lOHX HAYDEN. Falls Citv. CLIFFORD HEX.IU.M. Sioux Falls, S. Dak. KEXXETH HEXKEXS. Fremont. WILLIAM HENKLE, Lincoln. ROBERT MIXDS. Lincoln. RICHARD HOLLAXDER. Omaha. WILLIAM llOLLIXG. Elkhorn. Bamniel Uarnhart JlraiiiJuii Breach Hurris Clothier Conner Cook t ' reasftnin Ekhlnd llal|.er Darken Decker Dickson Enarlahl Ktniund Ferris Hatch llHyrien Henjuin , i 4 V- h: T- X B " iHMbii tM A: M SkM Dornbiisli Fritson Hen kens Diullcy Gardner Henkle Dnnnin; Garon Hinrls Dill ton Gel wick Hollander Eisenar-h Griffin HoIIins: r p n p p A bovt : llfKTii.V HOI rms. Ilt-rtraiiil. CHAHI.KS IIICIIKS. I,iii,-.iln. I ' All. HCI.TMAN. (Iiimlia. KAXIKS IKVIN. . , reli I ' lail,.. MATr .lAAI ' . OnialiH. KI.DO.N .TASA. Liiwoln. LK.SI.IK .rKNKINS. l.inci.lu. THOMAS .IKNKINS. I.iii.oln. (iAKD.NK.Ii .lOH.NSON, Sioux Falls. S. l)«k. HAKKY .loll XSdX. Aurora. I ' HYI.I.IS .loHNSOX. Liniolii. KOIIKKT .lOIIXSON. Omaha I.KONAKI) .lONKS. Western SpriuKs. III. KKANK KINZIK. Wiuoiia. Minn HAKol,l KKLl.Y. (irwltv. IlKKI ' K.NAI ' P. Tahl,. Ro.k. DOSAM) KROKliKK. Dinahn RfSSKM, KfiJI.KK. Cullx-rlsoii. HEMJV LAMMKKS. Si. .Iom-|.Ii. Mo. KKXNKTIl I.EIJti. Naiiiu.k. ' t. Mass. I ' All. 1,1 KXK.MA.N X. |-a|.illii n. WKSLKY I.IKTIl. Manilla. Iowa. KKITII LYTl.E. Ounlap, Iowa. .lOUX M.CAXX. I.inioln. STACY M.t ' OY. Arapalio.-. .HIHX McDKUMorr. Denver. Colo. KDWAKI) M.li.XAY. Oiilral Tit.v. Htlotr : JOHX MAHKK. Di-vils l,ak.-. X. I ak. .lOSKI ' H .MAKTIXI. I.in.oln. RIIIIKRT METRAKOS, Linrolii. RICHARD MICHAEL. I,iii.-..ln. DONALD MIXMCK. Kairl.urv. I ' RAXKLIX MIZE. Daviil Cilv. KEX- XETII MOREHKAD. Falls Cilv. UOUKKT .MOSIIEK. l.in.oln. ' (iEORCE XEAL. Lin.iiln IKMA XEI. SOX. Mil.li,.|| KlDOLl ' H XEI.SOX. Oaklan.l WILLIAM NCCKOLLS. Fairhurv. WILLIAM OLSOX. Li.iro. ROltERT I ' ARKER. Dalliart. IVx. LESLIE PATRICK. Heaver Crossine. i ' OXCDOX I ' AILSOX. Omaha. MAX PAfLSOX. Slronishurs. .TAMES I ' ERRV. Red Oak. Iowa. Mi .e Xnekolls Perry .Maher Morehead Olson Martini Mo.sher Piirker Mel rnkos Xeal Pairirk Mit ' ltaol Ni ' Ison. I. l Anlsoii, r. 9 Minnick Ni ' Ison. R. Pnnlsnn. M. C S ' 4 . . , c a. §1 Business Is Pleasure ' I ' lic t ' ciiiiiiiiic side (if liiisi- iicss adiiiiiiislratioii lias at- tractcil .loycc Buck of Onialia. Slic is a iiicinlicr of Aljdia • iaiiiiiia Siuiiia ami iircsidcnt of i ' lii Clii ' I ' licta, the only so- rority for biz ad women. In addition to fidfilliiii;- tlic oriff- iiiai lairposi ' of tlic lionorary to licl]) n ' ii ' ls start careers after .siradnatioii — she is work- iiisf for the inaii.uuratioii of biz ad courses sjiecifically t " or women. Another project in the new ])ro tram is a drive to start a IMii Chi Theta alumni ,a:ronp. Because Joyce wants to be sclf-sujiportini; ' . she has devel- ojjed her retailinj;- interests in work at stores and college of- fices. Page 95 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Seniors 6- Juniors Ke lliion J Schullz Soreiiscn Above : ROBERT PETERS. West Point. FRANK PICCOLO. Lincoln. RICHARD PICKETT. Lincoln. DAN yUINE, Shenandoali. Iowa. THEODORE RANDOLPH, Lincoln. EDWARD REDMOND. Marvsville. Kans. MARGARET REYNOLDS. Nonh Plalle. ROBERT ROCERS. Sioux Cilv. Iowa. RICHARD ROSKXliLATT. Onialia. KENNETH SACKS. Conn, il Bluffs. Iowa. KALl ' H SCHABERC Omaha. ROB- ERT SCHCLZ. Seward. DONALD SHEPARD. Omaha. ROBERT SHIVELY. Lincoln. MILTON SHUEY. Crab Orchard. BURTON SISTEK, Omaha. HARVEY SMITH. Missouri Vallev, Iowa. WIL- LIAM SORENSEN. Eremont. liflfur : Transuc Whilwort 1 Stacy rruuipy AltlllHIl Stine VanArsdol Vaiidcl A re hen! Warner HartrTibni-h Sullivan. J, Walt her Haiier V Swanson Wells ' Dioinason Welliiiper Ileriiran Hi Page 96 a a r -: 4 Millie ( l«u. (tfn K|»!ilivn Blunk Cohen Foole Uryaiit ( ' ourln ?y Kreoinan A hor : RICHAKI) llll.I.H;, Oinnlia lUCHAKII IILINK. S»n Mm,-... (Blif. MARVIN HRIDiJF.S. Oiimhii HAKI.AN HKOIKKMKIKK. f..li.inl.n, AKTHIH UKYAXT. H.nlri.,-. CMAKLKS ItlRMKISTKH WalicK. I.EUXARD UISII. Oiiialia. .lAMKS CHAI ' llAN. Ur H.kim: . S. Dak. ROIIEKT CHlRfH ' riarkv KDWIN CI.AISKN. Nnrfolk .lUHN COHKN. Huiaha .lAMKS CORNISH, Omaha. ROIIKIM ' Cin riNtiHAM. Cranil l lan l W R. COIRINKY. Si. Paul. I)(H(;I,AS DAl.K Or l. VKRNON l A ll SON. l.in.i.ln. ROHKKT DONOHOK. S. i.llst.lTifr. LAWRKNCE KHNKR. Liii.oln. ARTHIK KI ' SIIKN. Omaha KOHKRT FOOTK. HaslinL- . AI.FRKU FOX. Omaha. ALICE FRAMI-TON Liiwulii. I-RKI) FRKKMAN. Itellevue. .lOHN KCI.I.KK. Siiyd.T. N. Y. JOHN FITCIIKR. Omaha. l.ORKN OAKTH. FrfiiK.nl. WILLIAM CANCEL Nil.inskn Ciiv (itORiiE CRhEX. R.-.|fi.ld. S. Dak. JOHN ;REVICH. Cold SpriiiKs. X. V. .lEROME HAMMAXC l-miioiil. ROXAI.I) HARI T. Lincoln. SEVERIX HARKSOX. San Malwi. Calif. ,IOHX HECKEX- LUELY. Omaha. PHYLLIS HEECKT. I.in.oln. ,IOHN HEXDEKSOX. ftealri.e. o VE HOCK SmilhHfl.l DONALIt HOFFMAN. Omaha. WILLIAM HOL.MVIIsr. Oakland. .ICSTIN HOKWlCn ' Omaha. MARIU ' ERITE uriillES. S.. vard. SAMIEL HISTOX. Crand Kland. (JKORCE IRELAXI) Lyon.s. SHELDON .lACOIis. l)rad«ood, S. Dak. DALE .loHNSOX. Ha tinK.s. ROUEKT .lOHXSOX! Lincoln. i i r» ' fn Hwrki Hnehe.s Grevirli Henderaon Hn. ' «lon Hammant; Hork Ireland llardi Hoffman .Tarobs Herkenlively Horwirh .lohnsnn. R. l ' .u.sh Liavidson Fiilrher I ' ha| n tiri Donohot Caelh l.ihi ' Fnflirr, Like Son Jjick Biiniliart tioni Hnialia iiiiulit just as Wf ' U have liccn lioni iji a print sliop for priiit- lUii lia.s always Ih ' cii his cliief intori ' st. This was not an ori«r- inal idea with Jack, however, tor his father is a ])rinter. in hi.uli scliodl lie l)e ;;in to jnaetiee liis linsiness knowl- i(l,i;:e as a(ivertisin f manager of the school ]iewspa])er. This experience is nf w lieinir ntil- ized in the formation of new ideas and ])r(imotional annle.s as ])nsiness manajfer of the I! ' . ' )! CoRXHLSKER. Jack jjlans to follow in his fatlier ' s footste]»s after gradu- ation and enter the profession- al i)rintin.tr hnsiness. Page 97 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Juni lors P o O KillL ' Lander Above : KAY JOXES. Fairl) ny. l»l. . l,I) KARI-r!p:RG. WakeHcM. IJdl.AM) KASPAK. Praeue. AI,AX kATSKEE. LiiKoln, CHAHI.KS KAV. W ' avne. ' ILI,IAJr KEKNKV. Sioux Cilv 1i vh HAKKV KEEl ' . (Irent Beiiil. Kans DALE KING. Liuioln. .TAMES KIKSCllHArM, firaiul ' island. VILLL M K.VLDSEN, Liiuoln. JAMES KOSTAL. Ravenna. KE.VXETH KRITXER. Lincoln. PATL KCGLER Hridgeport. ARXOLD LAHRS. Dakota Cilv. RICHARD LANDER, Ardniore I ' a. EDWIN LAXE Couneil Bluffs, Iowa. RICHARD LAU. Linioln. PHYLLIS LICKEI. Lincoln. Bftotr : .TOAX LITTEURECX, llaslint-.s. RICHARD LOCCKS, Fall Cilv. NORMAN l.CEDTKE Omaha, ROB- ERT MeCUNE, Fremonl. .lOlIN .MiKENZlE. Fremont. PAUL M(K1E. Re.l Oak Iowa RICHARD McKILLIP. Curti.s. PAIL MARtH ' ART. WeMlioro. Mo. FRANK .MAVCOCK, Onialia. HUGH .MEVER Lincoln. WILLIAM .MICHELSON, Grar.d Island. ECGENE MILLER, Sidnev. KEITH MILLS Lin- coln. DEXXIS MITCH E. l, Elwootl. RAY MLADOVICH. Omaha. .lOHX lilOXTGOMERY Lincoln GLEXX MOORE, Granrl Island, WILLIAM MORRISON, Abilene, Kans. LEONARD MOZER Lincoln HAROLD MYERS. Weepiiis; Water. DOXALD XEILL. Lincoln. LEOX NOVAK. Brainard. JAXET OAKESOX. Lincoln. PATRICIA OIIRIEX. Lincoln. JAMES OCHSXER. Bozeman, Mont. DOX ' ALD OLSEX. Xorfolk. (iEXE OLSON, Valentine, Lillcnreux Meyer Mo ,T Loncks Michelson Mvers Lnedtke Miller Xeill McCiine Mills Novak McKenzie Mitchein Oakeson .McKie Mladovich O ' P.licH McKillip MontiToniery t tchsner Marqiiart Moore llNci, Ma.vrock Morrison Olson Page 98 ,VVi t ' . f fill " ICf h ' ht ' nlmcli Srhanli Kiif Si-hitTiin ' yer ■f«iii» SrhrtM ' iIor I ' itliir Scoll Al.KRKI) OXNKX. Kiiirbiiry. RdltKKT I ' AITKRSOX. Liinoln. .KIH.V PFANX. Xrlirask» Ciiv, Kdll KUr l-ITl.OR, Oiiiah«. THOMAS I ' ODll AISK Y. Alliaii.-.- .lOHX POri.OS. hiiiinln. rHARhKNK KA.IKWICH. llrHi.l l-laiid .lOAX R ASMISSKX, l.iiuolii. DONAI.Il RAlll Snlimi Kiuis ROHKRI ' RKICHKNUACH. Lincoln. XKIl, RK ' K. I,iii (ilii. .lA.MKS KOItKKTS. I„ xirii:lon. RICHARIl ROKSKR iit-»ll«l« .lA.MKS RDSK. Aiilmrii. lill.ltKRT ROSKMtKRi;. rhi. nt-,,. 111. (;K()Ri:K KOTIIKM, I ' ., uin -.•li. XORMAN RfllACK. Drrinlin MKNXIS SAICSTA I). li.T. f..r.l S. Dak. i;K()R(!K SCHAVI : KairHel.l. I.... a .IKRRY Still KR MKY KR. licalri.-.. JOHN SlH KoKDF.R. Omahn. KONAI.l) SCOIT rnrninit. Ii »8 .roHN SCO ll,I,K. Ilnrlimrtnn. ROUKRT SIIKU.M.W clninlni l;ci M.|i sll(i K Kurwell. KRITK SIKVKRS. l.iii.oln. RICIIARIJ SMITH. Omaha Hrloir : HOWARD SORKXSKX. Kr.-iuiinl. MARVIN Sl ' VAhSKV. Ciiun.il lllutrs, li.wa. DKI..MKR TOEBUKN Xirk,.r oii. LKK rNDKRIlRINK. C riiii:. rCRTIS VKNKIJ,. Shiiklfv. DOXAI.D WAIJXKR l.in.nlii ' WAI.TKR WAI.TKR. Oiiawa, Iowa. HARRISON WARD. I ' laioli.l.l. ' In.l .TKROMK WASSKR.MAX Omaha. NKAI, WKDDI.K. KalK Cily. I.AVKRNK VKsrl,IN(i. Oiniiha WII.IIORN WHIIKIIKAD lira- viT CroH,!!!!:. CHARI.KS WIDMAIKR. Ha linL ' I.A WR KNCK W I KDM Al KR I ' alK Citv .lOH WIRlll Linrolii. PAII. Wonl.WIXK. I ' rall. Kaii . WINTHROI ' WYMAX. Kansas Cilv. Mo. RALI ' H ZlKRO ' lY Seward. p r r p XdhdiKil Milihin Man " Military " sums iiji .1 iiii iiitli ' s cliicf iiitcivsls. A.s national coiiinuuult ' r of Persli- inii Killcs, his duties iiiclmli ' • •liitiiiii- the national manaziin ' ami ]ilannin,n ' tiie .s ronp ' s -inini;- nicctinn ' at Xcbraska. I ' lic national organization for i{()TC cadets now lias ildOO ac- tive nieniiiers and 7 ' ) active companies. dim ' s hnsiiiess aiimiiiistra- tioii knowledge has liel])ed him with his yearliook editing and engraving work at a Lincoln l»iil)lisliing firm. With more than a 7 average, he is a mem- ber of Alpha Kajjpa Psi and Beta Gamma Sigma hoiior- aries. Page 99 Baker Bergsiroin liryant Conner Cook Diinnint; Allen Fuller (Jelwirk Griffin Harris Henjnni Kelly King Kin yon Kro h LieiU ' iiian .Marqiiarl Martini Noble Novak rfaiin Sorensen, H. Sorensen. W. Sleeves VanArsdol Veiu ' M Wade Waller Ward Whitehead Wirth Witlslruck Wroth € f iKl mi. . Scnioi-N Xoiiiiiuitc Officer Cfindidates Task to uphold lixsni ' s lniiiui;ii ' I ' s idiiils. n .% d-M } -=- - . «• bi;. n. 1 V. Fomidetl at New York University, 1904 Kstablislicil :it University of Xclunskn 1014 Zpta Cliai)t. r Sixty-nine Cliiipters N:i - ' Blue ami (toUI Page 100 • It1ii-rr Tiiki ' ' riiiii- t ' fKiii .Mi ctiii ' _ ' liricf hirak relau-rs. Alpha Kappa Psi Addiiij; nKU ' liiiU ' , fumiMoiiU ' lfrs ami accnuntiii i ImmiUs iivr ' nl(l stiilT " to Alpha Kappa Psi nicinluM ' s. This na- linii.il liusiiifss rratiMMiity nict weekly to settle ;: iiernl Imsiness ami twice a niniith tn hear I ' nninis ttv speakers (liseiiss professional proMeins. Besides takiiiic tours of the imiuslries in Kansas ( ' ity and niaha, the local chapter was host at the frat(»rnity ' s U7)i) disli ' ict convention. More than (10 representativ(»s from the sonth-ceiitral scjiools attended. 11 iuhliulitinu the n( ' ial events of the year was tin s] rin,u foi ' Uial. A new feature of the dance was tlie jir - seutation of Miss Accounts Receival»le ' I ' alricia lieed. Frank Allfii, Norfolk. " ' tS: Uy]e vVIliiiaii. Salina. Kans., ' 52; .lark IttTcxirom, Omaha. ' 51: RirhanI Itlunk. SiinMateo. Calif.. ■■» ' J: teonrt» Conner. MrCook. ' iil; Earl Diinninc, St»altl . Wash., •:.l: John Fuller. Snyrfer. X. Y.. ' .i ' »: Willard fJelwi.k. Falls Ciiy. ' ' : KuvseU (Jriffen. NVbraska City. ' .M : CliflTorfl Henjmn, Sionx Falls. S. Dak.. ' M : Wayne Kinyoii. Conijilon. Calif.. ' - ' tS: LloyrJ Knapi - Tahle Kork. " ■ " J: Wesley Liielh. Manilla, Iowa. ' .t1; Rirharil MrLatiirhliii. Chadron, Til: William Mirhelson. Oranfl Islaml. ' t ' J ; Roirer Nohle, ReH Clond. ' . " : : l eon Novak. Ilrainarrl. ' . ' 2 : Alfred Ostdiek. Lawrenre. ' H ' l: .Tohn Pfann. Nebraska Cily. ' -M ; Earl rierco. Lincoln, ' 2; Robert Reiehcn- baeh, Linroln. ' . »2 ; Don Schneider. Lineoln. n2: Rolwrt Shively, Lincoln, ' " »! ; Milton Shuey, Crab Orchard. ' .M : Harvey Smith, MiM.«iOuri Valley, Iowa, ' .tI ; William Sorensen. FromonI, ' " il : IfowanI Soreiison. Fremont. ' -i " J; Roeer Steeves, Panama, ' ; ' »! ; Keith Van Arndol, Linroln. ' .Il ; ( nrtis Venell. Shirkley. .%2 : Diek Wad " . Norfolk. ' . ;t : Lester Wesrott, Omaha. ' ■ ' I : Willmrn Whitehead. Heaver Cnijusinjyr, ' . ' i2 ; John Wirth, Linroln. ' . " 2: DonKla»» Witlstmck. Ualtimore. Md.. ' . ' JS; James Wroth. Lin- coln. ' ;%I. Vance Baker, Bnrlon. 54: Phillip UresUn, West Point. ' 5.T : Arthur Bryant. Bealrire. ' .12 : Rojrer Cook. (»rei:or ' . S. Dak.. ' r 3: Harold Dibelka. Omaha. " 12: Bill Hnlmquist. « akland. ' .i2: Harold Kelly, tireeley, T ! ; Dale King. Linroln. ■. 2 : fiordon Kroirh. South Sionx City. ' .S3: Wallare Loer. h. Tekamah. .n3; Richard l iurks. Falls City. ' 32: Paul Marquart. Westboro. Mo.. ' . 2: Jo!«eph Martini. Linroln. ' : nien Osldlek. Lawrenre, ■- " »2 : Walter Walter. Onawa, Iowa. ' . ' 2 : Harrison Ward. Plain field. Ind., . ' »2 : Con Woolwine. f ratt. Kan ., ' . i2. Men)l)ei s Take Timed Motion Test (lork-wafvher in charge. Alplui Kapi)a Psi ' s Work Jiiz fitl nntrhhiis ri)tfi. Page 101 Adams Church futtin haiii rrt-asnian Harfien L)t(-kson Eisenach (Jrevii-)! H«ck It ' iikiiiN. L. Jenkins. T. .Jennings Jones Kuhni Kriiiier Liikert Meyer Michael Mills Patterson Rice Scoit Sljne Stiulciits MiiiR ' (t;i:rapli l i Ad Xt ' wsh ' tter Far uhfnis, hilfsf Drlfti Sit nifi PI )if irs. Founded at Xew York rniversity, liUt? Kstabiiiilit ' d at rnivcrsity of Xobraskn, 1924 Alplia IVlta riiapter Ki hty-thrt ' t ( liaptors Old (Johi and Koyal Purple Page 102 Hi: ml lioiiiininj IikkIs plini.s. Delta Sigma Pi Hii liiz ail students find iniitual iiiti-rcsts in Delta Siynia i ' i, iprofessional Imsiness fraternity. ' I ' lie ni-.nani x.atiiin licit only ciicniiraiies liiyli scliolarsliip and a liifilier standani i ' cuiiiini icial etliio, hut alxi pronioles a dose aniliatimi lii ' tweeii tlie i- innnercial world and students of (■nninM-rce. Meniliersliiji is restricted to male imsiness ad- ministration majors. ( iciieral liii--iiic anil |irii| ' r siiiiial mc-etiniis were lield 111 iniintliiy with a series of s|ieai ers and open I ' miims. rile siiiiup also jiarticipated in intramural sport . )lliei- activities included niakinn- an industrial lour i Kansas City and lieljiiny plan the annual Imsiness administration lianipiet. Ill the priui;-. the " iui ' e n ' |)elta Sii: " was jire- senteii at t he aiiiiiial I Urnial. .l. .r... ' inrent .Vilmiis. Wt t Pciiiii. " . ' il: KoImtI ( hnrrh. Clarks. ' - " ► " J : Robert CotliiiKliain, Grand Isiaiwl, ' . ' i2 ; Gary rreasliian, Mr- emik, ■. ' ►!: .lohii Darsen. Sioux Falls. S. Dak., ' . I; William Dirkson. Lini-oln. ' 51; Leonard Eij piiarh. litrlipll, ' .t1 : GliMl Faulhabvr. Liiiroln, ' .SI: John Grevich. Cold Sprinp. N. Y., ' 52 Lloyd Hifikley. Linroln. " 51; Owpn Hock. Smith Field. ' 52 Leslie Jenkins, Liitroln. ' .51 ; Thonia.s Jenkin.s, Lini-oln. 51 Warren .Fenninjrs. Kansa City. Mo.. ' .53; Leonard Jones. West ern . princs. Ul.. ' 51; Ktthert F. .Jones. Linroln, ' 51: Robert Kaliin. Linroln. ' 5:i; Kenneth Kritner. Linroln. ' 52; Kenneth Lecir. Nantnrkel. Mass.. ' 51; Hurdelte Lnkert. Linroln. ' 5:i; Kii-hard Mirhael. Linroln. ' 51; Keith Mill.-.. Linroln, ' 5 ' 2; Roll- er! Patterson. Lineoln. ' 52; Ronald Srott. Corninff. ' 52; Donald Stine. ttniaha. ' 51; Robert I ' inphenour. Beatrice. ' 53. nueh Meyer, Linroln. Neil Rire. Lincoln. ' 52. ' 52; Kir-hard I ' elerson. I incoIn. ' 54; Mi ' iiiliei ' s Hun ( ' alciilator in Statistics Lai) Fifiurinij tj-pirfs hiilinict totah. r.iz All .M.-n I ' lay ( " arils in ( »f1ice Oiitsiili rrfriycration — ictd i-okis. Page 103 Jta-lc roir: M. Kkblad. P. Beck, A. Franipton. P. Vin Saiit. front roic : M. Kranau. P. Johnson. 11 llournie, J. Huek. M. Hnphes. Xiilloiiiil OI ' lietT Ilispt-rts I.iiR-dlii CluipUr Prohlf tns diseiiss((l trith htcal officers. Phi Chi Theta With till ' eonvitioii tliat woiiu ' ii liavt- llic aliility to lie Icadis in husiiicss, IMii ( ' hi Tln ' ta l)rei)ar( ' s lucniheivfor l)U.siiK ' s,s eau ' crs. Tht ' (jryauization li( ' li)s.lan the annual Inisiiicss ad- ministraliiin lian(]ot, at wliich it awards a schdhiisliip iu ' V take outstandin.i;- junidi- wnni- an in husiin ' ss adiiiiistration. Hcadinii ' tlic iinioiial eonuncrci ' Imnniai ' v Wi ' vo Joyce Biu ' k, Mry Allen, I ' hyllis .loiinson and Mariiuci-ite Hu ' hes. Beta Gamma Sigm National Honorary .Seliolastic Fiaternity in the CoUeu ' e ot Business Administration Robert R. Axtrll Ral|)h E. I .arr (i( ' or i-( ' R. I ' .ri ' wstcr, .Ii-. Xaiicy Joyce ] iick Donald J. Carlyon Richard W. Dort ' Merle R. Preitajr Willard P. (Ichvick Harold L. (ii-rliart, -Ir. Loren D. Graid William ( i. 1 ii ' iiili-ickson rbilij) .S. Jainc Carl Joseph .hnikii itz Lyle W. JM|ip ( ' . I )r, ' llic Ki ' MncT Kniil J. Kluck. Jr. Kenneth A. Lejra: Wesley A, Lueih David C. .Myers Keith ( ) ' l ainioii Lelalld l ' . Ixi ' iliMe ' Fred J. Sehin.h ' i. .1 1 Victor V. Siiell Wiiliaiii K. Sorellse: .Marfiaret A. Ste ciuu Karl 15. ' I ' owiiseiid .lames .M. " i- ilh Page 104 college of - U) Z O HUSKERS OUTSTANDING • • • Dr. Clyde A. Xi ' lson 18 Vici pnsidrnf and Dirtctor of till L. I). Caulk CoDipaiiy. Associafcd with Byrd ' s A iifarciic F.rpidition. Dr. I ' .yidu 11. Wccth ' OH . itio)itil I ' nsiiliut Xi Psi I ' hi Di n iil Friitf niity. Dr. (ii (ir rt K. Xaprafrawa ' -!4 Director of National Drug Company, Lid. C. C. Lillihridfrc " 16 Past Pnsidint Slate Di nta Association. Member of Xebraska Lee islafiire. Dr. 15yi-(iii liaiiey ' 2 ' i President of Xew England and Vermont State Dental Societies. House of delegates of the American Dental Society. Page 106 . .etvt t ' y •Tolui ( ' . IJratici ' " 28 Dean School of Dentistry, University of Southern California and V nirersHy of Xoiih Carolina. 1l Andrews Hall Houses Classes, Dentistry rollepre Oiii iif III iri r ciimpiis liiiiliHiii n. Bert L. Hooper Draii of thr Colhiji nf I)t tilixlri Dentistry college given highest rating; Public infirmary provides experience Tlie University College of Dentistry is fully aj)- proved by the Cniiiicil on Dental Kdueation of tlie Anieriean assoi-iatinti. This is thi ' lii,i;li( ' st possilih- ratinu ' i;i " rii to a ( ' ulicuc nf I )ciitistry. I ' -acli ilciital stinlent uains praetieal experience in tlic piil)lif intirniary which is incorjxiratcd witli till ' college. Besides traiiiinu tlie iieciiiil dentists, ' ari(Pii inmilici-s of the (•iillej::e staff lia i ' iiiadc oiitstandiiii; foiitrilnitiDiis to tlie iicld of dentistry as h ' ctiirers and in dental researcli. Student X ' lcw.-, Patient- Tt-illi Mirror aids in dental probing. Dental Student " Works at Lab Table Project — false teeth. Page 107 DENTISTRY Seniors A,.,.l. au Axthelm UaHhi ' hiiT Capek 1 ai ' ll... ' : - rhu;:..i: Church Drangsholt Dudley Hansen Hanson Harvey Holmes Jarratt Jones Junge Kierstead Krejci Above : FLOYD AP1 I,EGATE. Liriiolii. NORKl.s AXTHKLM. Gothenburs. DEAN LiATCHELDER. Cheyenne. Wvo. DALE CAPEK. Liruolii. CHARLES CAROTHERS. Broken Bow. THEODORE CHVMAN. Lin- coin. .lOHN CHI ' RCH, Kairburv. THOMAS DKANfiSHOLT. O.slo, .Niirwnv ROBERT DCDLEY. Den- ver. Colo. RALPH HAXSE.V. Talniat ' e. MERRIL HA.NSON. Idabo Kall.s, iiialio. RICHARD HAKVEY. Sioux Falls. K. Dtk. .lOHN HOLMES. Lincoln. CHARLES JARRATT. Lin.dlii, WILLIAM .TONES. (frand Juni-tion. Colo. ROBERT JUNGE. Jlllesbnrg. Colo. ROBERM ' K 1 ERSl ' EA I). Lincoln. ROBERT KREJCI. Schuyler. Helow : JfDD LISCHKE. Dakola Citv. RICHARD MARSHALL. Lincoln. JOHN ME.SSMORE. Lincoln. EK NEST MOEHNKRT. Loup Citv. HAROLD MCNSON. Gardner. Ma.ss. FRANCIS MURPHY. Exeter. GILBERT PHELP.S. Valentine JAMES STEPHENSON. Oenllala. VALL. CE IHOMPSON. West Point. WILLIAM UPTON. HastiriKv VERLE VANCLEAVE. Calla«av. HERB WEISEL. Lincoln. Lisrhke Marshall Messinore MofhntTl Miinson Murphy Phelps 8tei henson Thoinpson I ' ptOIl VanTIeave Veis l Cliildivii OrtVr Separate lMia.se of Tcetli Problems I ' ll ihidoiitics — (■ ( ( ( ( iili.- trii. Page 108 iarjl- roir: (i. MrKfn it . H. MrKinly. I , f ' urley. O. Her .op. 1 . Hyland. I). Giistafson. K. ( ' Hrson, Third rotr : V. 1 ' nrrales. T. Ludwiik, V. Newroinb. E. Wilkinson. H. Robson. M. (ilalz. Seroitd row: W. Pukorimr. V. Kiimo. R. Oil. H. Riitle )». ' e. R. Alhrecht. F. Kpporson. R. Houke. Front row: 11. Liiiidherg, i. . la nu s»n. O. Irwin. Dr. IJ. Edwards. H. Harie, E. LebKuck. F. Novak. Delta Sigma Delta A i)ri t ' c i iiiiil t ' latiTiiity t ' (ir stmlciits ;ui l doctors it ' liiiit i tr , I )clta Sii;ni.i l i ' ll;i pm- nioti ' s a sjiiril of Iratcriial co-oiicriitioii tdward scic ' iititic. I ' thical and pnit ' t-ssidiial ])r ).i;;i ' i ' ss. NFcctiiiir twice monthly, tlie yroiii) licard clin- ics hy pioinincnt dentists and scientists on sub- jects ranyini;- fmni the rehitive merits of a small town practice to the dentist ' s ohli.nations to the community. Monthly dinin-r meetings were held. Witii Don Irwin as president, members met with the Delta Siiinna Delta chapter of Creigh- ton I ' nixersity. Seniors presented taide clinics. Founded nationallx in IHH ' J, Beta l eta cliaii ter was establislu-d at Xeliraska in IIM. ' !. Dental Students ' Wives Entertain IIus )an(l Ciinl part II — xoriol fliiirtioii. Delta Sijrma Delta ' s (let Tojretlier at Hearts Party Jukfboj- holds xhifl) Ills ' alti iitioii. Page 109 Apple ate Axthelni Chiinian Church Drniti sholt Dudley Hansen Hanson HoUnes Jarraii Jones Junge KierslcafI Krejci Lischke Marshall Messniore Moehnert Mun.son Miirptiy Phelps Steph ' n on Thompson Upton Vanf ' lcHve Weisel .« ' o A Ji ( r .ft f ) BLt " -u W - " Wd ' -A- rov : I. Vorliies, H. Hattan. E. Hos- kiil. R. Bradley. J. Huscli. Second row: A. Hinnian, W. I arraI tH». D. Portwood, L. Hoschotier, R. Craig. C. Uarker. R. Gibson Front row: H. Nelson, L. Duller, C. Swanbom, J. Grifrgs, W. O ' Keefe, D. Hunt. Page I 10 oilic.Ts Dill.- ill Fiiil Kciiiiiiil Honored tjursl — uotional president. Xi Psi Phi Matriciilatinii in tin- ( ' nllrici ' nt Dentistry is tlu main nM|insit ' for nuMnlu ' rslii|) in Xi l si IMii. KoimhIimI in ISKll, tlu ' national t ' ralcrnity has niori ' llian ' 2H chaptiTs. Xi Psi IMii strives to provide a better t ' oinnlation i n wliieli to huild a sueeesst ' ul protVssjdiial lit ' r and !n linni late a desire 1o inelnde knowlediif, morality and t rien l- slii|) in the character of its meiuhers. To aeeomplish this, Xehraska ' s Psi eliaptrr holds weekly meetini s with yuest s|)eal ers or clinics on dental suljjeets. Jtlicers d din P. Ilohnes, Tiun Oranirshotl, K ' alph Haii- on, .lames (ii ' i s and Diiaiic Hunt planned the picnics, haiupiets, smokers and annual t ' minal on iht uronp ' s so- cial calendar. The liiuhliuht d ' tiie year was a party in Xovemher with Dr. Hyion II. Ve4»th, Snpr ' mc President, as honored i;uest. Kloyd Apiile ate, Lincoln. ' 51 ; Norris Axthelm, Gothenburtr. ' 51 : Ch«rl» ' ! Marker. Rising City. ' .I-J: C lairo Hott. Omaha. ' 53; Richard Itradlcy. Omaha. ' 5 ' J : L - U ' r HiiIUt. Kairbiin.-. 52: John Busch, Xor- fnlk. ' 5 2: Maynard CauiplH-ll Linruln. ' 5:( : I ' hfiidore Chunian. Lincoln, ■51; .lohn Church. Fairhury. ' 51; Rith rt Craic. Srotlsbluff. 52: Thorna.- I rjinir .hnli. 0 iIo. Norway. ' 51 ; Robert I uflley. DiMiver. Colo., 5 1 : Kalcich tiibsun, Fairhury, ' 5 J : .laincs (t rici , Scotl sblnfT. ' 52 : Willanl Mianl. Lincoln. ■5:t: Raljih Hansen. Talmatrt . ' 51: Merril Ha on, Idaho Fall.o. Idaho. ' 51 ; Hnln ' rl Hattna, Nelson. ' 52 ; Arthur H in man, Lincoln. ' 52 : I ' arke Ilolnio. Omaha, ' 51 : Lorcn Hoschouer, May wood. ' 52 ; Kdirar Ho kin . Callaway. ' 52 : Duane Hunt, Lincoln, ' 52 ; Charle .larrall. Lincoln. " 51 ; William .(ones. (J rand Junction. Colo.. ' 51 : Robert Jnn e. Jiitesbun;. Colo., ' 51 : Gregory Kallo . Falls Ciiy. " 5:1: Rnberi Kier iead. Lincoln, ' 51; .Alvin Kleitsch. Lincoln. ' 5:i: (fal Kloeftler. Manhattan, Kan.s.. ' 5:i : Roln-rt Krejri, Schuyler. " 51 ; Robert I.jitrd. Hlue Hill, ' 5:1; Wayne Larrabre. Norfolk. " 52; Judd Li-ihke. Dakota City, " 51 ; Eueeue M«-Cleer -. Denver, Colo., ' 5:1; Charle.x Mai- Donald. Llm-oln. ' 5:( ; Richard Marshall. I incoln. ' 51 ; Jack Mel on. Chamller. Okla.. ' 51 ; John Mes.smore. Lincoln, ' 51 : Er- nest Moehnert. Loup City. 51 ; HaroM Munson, tfartlner. Mass., ' 51 ; Francis Murphy. Kxeter. " 5 1 ; William .Murphy. Nelson, ' 5:t : Herbert Nelson. Potter. " 52 : KotM ' rt Oijvarka. Clarkson, ' 5:1 : William O ' Keefe, Itayan). ' 52; Rirhard Oldfather. Kearney. ■5:t: (iilbert Phelps, Valen- tine. ' 51 : David I ' ortwood, Davenport, ' 52 : IS ill . anche ,. Falls City. " 5:1 ; Darvin Shoemaker. Scotia. 53 : Vincent .S4i||, West Point. ' 5:i ; James Stephenson. Okrallala, ' 5| ; Doyle Sundlwrir. Polk. ' 5;t ; Carroll Swanb ini, . scoitsbluff. " 52; Wallace Thonip- on. West Point. " 51: Rob- ert Tick nor. Ceresco. ' 5:i ; Wiltiani I ' pton. HasiiukTs. ' 51 ; Verle Van Cleave, ( allaway. ' 51; Ira Vorhies. Lincoln. ' 52: Hcrl.crt W.-U.-l I, in coin. " 51; Donald Williams. Rocky Ford, Colo.. ' 53. Ptrdffrs Robert Aaviic. Omaha. ' 54 : Dean Balrhelder. Chevenne. Wvo„ ' 54 ; Walter Bennett. Milford. ' 54; Jack Brown. Stratton. " 54: Charles Ca- rothers. Hn ken How. ' 54: (»eori:e Dachs, Deer Lodi:e. Mont.. ' 54; Ki;an Drenker, Lincoln, ' 54; Victor Flohr. tierinir, ' 54: Fiayniond (Jrove, Alliance. " 54; Rol ert Howard. Lincoln. " 54: RoJtert Kelly. Wichita Fall». Tex., " 54 ; Jack KniKlle. Bo eman, Mont.. ' 54 : James Lanspa. Brainard. ' 54: John McReynohN. . shlai)d. ' 54: Milton Mai el. Omaha. 54: Robert Marcrave. Wah«wi. ' 54: Arden Means. Lincoln, ' 54: John O ' Conner. Cha| | n. ' 54: We ley Parker. Lincoln. ' 54; Gordon Star- buck, Loncmont. Colo.. " 54 : Kob »rt Steinm. Lincoln. 54 ; Deryl Swan- bom. Scotisblufr. ' 54; Dean Tait. Milbank. S. Dak.. ' 54; Arthur Thom- son, Lincoln. ' 54; .lames Wmchell, Rapid City, .S. Dak.. ' 54; William Ziefenbein. Ashland. 52. linrk run-: . .snii. A Kl.Mtch. I .McDonald. IS. Ti. kner. W. Guard. D. Sho -maker. C. Bott. D. Williams. D. Oldfather. B. Murphy. B. Sanchex. Front rotr: B. Odvarka. O. Klorffler, E. McClearv. M Campbell. H Snndberp. D. Little. Bark rou : E. Drenker, R. Stemm. C. Carothers. R. Crove. R. Kellv. R. Marcrave. J. McReyr.old.H. J. O ' Connor. D. Tait. M. Mai.«e«l, W. Parker. A Mean . S frond lotr : J. Knodle. .F. WinchHI. W. Renneli. D. Swanbom. ' Brown. O. Starburk. V. Flohr. Front rotr : D. Batchelder. J. Lanspa. R. Varvisr. R. Howard. « Dachs. rrr rrfcr, " 1 ' ' J .,7 Page I I Class Informals Dentists Taki ' I ' iKJtd-raph of I ' atieiifs Teeth Or il jilidtdiiriijjh 11 — iiKiili ni ih iifistnj. Students I Inl(l False Teeth in ( ' arviii r Lah Bi mo(}( Unij joh far K i xr phifes. Students Work on I ' atients at University ' s i ' uhlie Di ' utal (.linic Supervised experience for dental students. Page 112 college of Z Z z HUSKERS OUTSTANDING • • Chiirlcs AIm ' 1 Bciui.lt " 11 EiKjlnecr hi rhnnje, V. S. cotton ginning hihoratori . Recognized as second Eli Whitney. George Condra " OC Director Xehraskii nniservation and soii surveij. Consultant V . S. Soil Conservation service. V. J. Turiibull -i. ' ) Chief of Waterwai .f E.rperimrnt stati-on. Developed flexible airfield landing mats. Distinguished Serrice award in ' IS. S|)ciic-er Vail Zaiult Cortelyou ' 02 .Metropolitan engineer for Los Angeles. D signid California ' s su jer-high wai s. . v » vneeririy v ' f ' harlcs II. rum-11 ' 06 Builder and designer of Golden Gate bridge. Director of public works and chairman of the California highway commission. Kdv .M, (irccii Dean of thr College of Kiiyiiuiriiu nml Architecture l ' ' ci;_ ' iiN(iii lliill, l " ]li ' ctriciil l- ' iiLriiif •liiii: llciiili|ii;iiMrrs AVm ' eiiHijiiiii III ' III ir iihiis. Engineering college fosters professionals; E Week publicizes academic activities The Colli ' iji ' of Kiiii ' iiK ' t ' riii!; and ArcliitiH-turc iiicliuk ' s (lepartnu ' iits of a.iirifultiiral I ' liiiiiU ' tT- iiiij:, arc-liiti ' cture and art ' liitiTtural I ' nirint ' erini; ' , cliemical onj ineerinjr, entciiu ' erinic nu ' clianics and nu ' clianical cnuini ' i-rinL; ' . National i-niiincci- inir Moc-ietit ' s foster profes.sional (k ' Vidopment of the students. The Blur f ' riiil, a studi-nt jjulilication of tlio colU ' irt ' , contains tt ' clmical articles of rnuinccr inu ' interest. In addition to Iteing circulated tlironjriiont the college, lihi ' I ' rint is exchanged with . " 1 engineering colleges and goes to each nieniher of the Xehraska Kngineering society. The most extensive function of the college is Kngineers ' Week. It i designed to orient tiie pnltlic with the activities of the colh-uf thmugh exhihits and speakers. E. :M. Students Tabulate Machine Results Paper, hlnekboard ii.sed for computation. Engineering iteelianies I ' se Equipment Stn »gtli tf. ' iting much inf. iis-f t ENGINEERING Sen lors m Ailiiiii Ai ' r ivi rij )i: Arter AUL ' llsIllli- Uiirtuiiek BtTif .-iii Bonness Bn ' (-liiiiaii Bowerman Brehni Brill Broil ffhi on Hrown r ii •ham Carter Case ' asl Chaei Above: Seniors: JOHN ADAMS, Darkin. KICHAKD AKMSTRO.NC. Grand Island. BEAN ARTER. I.intoln. DONAI,D AUCUSTIX. Kcnesaw. EDWARD BARTUNEK. Lincoln. JERRY BERKiAN " , Onialia. HAR- OLD JSONNESS. Aniipr. ALFRED BOKCHMAN. Omaha. FAY UOWERMAN, Omaha. HAROLD BKEHM, iM.rodk. JOHN BlilLL. Linxjlii .FOHN BROI ' CH ' I ' ON, Brideeport. KENNETH BROWN, f ' olumbus. DIIANE BURHA.M. Wuaii. ' ta. (ILENN CARTER. Siivi-r Creek. NORMAN CASE. Beatriie, DARRELL CAST, Lincoln. FKEDKRICK CHAEL. Koul.s, Ind. Below : CLARK CRATC. Lincoln RAYMOND (TCKLER, CaniliridL ' e. IRVlNd DANA. Lincoln. ARTHUR DEDERMAN. Norfolk. (lORDON DKNKER, Paiiillion. CHARLES DECSER, Omaha. RICHARD DIKTZ. Omaha. RECilNALD FINLAY. Kansas Cilv. Mo. KI ' CKNE FISCHBACH, Omaha. DONALD FLKSHER. Omaha. FAY FI ' CHSKR. Irwin. HAROLD (IKOHCE. .Mason Citv. CENE (iESSNEH. Lin- ' oln. ELI IOTT (ilLMORE, Onialia. CERALD COEDE. Lincoln. DAVID GRIfifiS. Scollshluff. ,1ACK HARVEY. North I ' lalte. CAYLORD HAY. Trcnlon. HARRY HAYWARD. Clearfield. S. Dak. EDWARD HKINEMAN. Ainsworlh ILOVD HENKE Daltoii. IMORS HERSF (Klo. Norwav. EL.MER IIOHN STEIN, Lincoln. ROBERT HIMjDKR. Ainswor ' h. MARVIN HORNSTEIN, Omaha. :MAX JA.MES. Clarirda. Iowa. RAYMOND JOJINSEN, Colome. S. Dak. Craig Flesher Havw arrl f Cuckler Fuchser I ifiiu-iiian Dhiih (leorge Henke Dederinaii Gessner Herse Denker (liliiion lloliiistt ' iii iJov.Kcr Coede Holder Diet?. Griggs Hornstein Kin lay Harvey James ' H r w n V ' rfi ., ' uf. .fiiJiiif ' Kisihbach Hay Johnsen I Page I 16 KI« inAi-tiiiti«ll Mrt ' rarken KiliTaril Lnr.son MiyulliotM KKNNKTH JOHNSON. Liiuoln NOl.AN .lONKS. Colli.Mihiin: I ' KTKK KKKNK. l.in.oln CIIAKI.KS KKl.l.V. Clenrwal.T. .rollN KKITHKL. Omiilin. WAI.IKU KII.CAKl), M(.lim-. III. .lollN KlKfHOTKk. Oiimliii KIdKNK KIKSCII. Spriiiu-vicw DONI.KY Kl.KIN. OimiliM. WII.I.IAM Kl.KlN SCHMIDT. Str»it..ii VKKI.YN KLKMAN. Ilt-Blrir KOHKKT KLKIM ' I Nil KK. l.iii.Miln KAM ' H KOCH. Lincoln .lOSKPH KOCHKl.KK. Onmlm KAYMONM I.AKSON. I ' lnlKnioulh WII.IUH I.KI ' I ' . C«rli ' liin. HAKKV I.INDSTKOM. Huldr.-i:.- I ' AII, I.INSTKOM. Oni»ha. (iKKAl-1) M.CKACKKN. Lincoln. KWKiHT McVICKKK. Lin.nln. KONAI.D MiW I I.I.I AMS. KIniwoo.l. DONAI.I) MAIS. Sloni-liHin. Colo. IIONAl.I) MITCHKI.I,. I.in.oln. AI.VAII .MIYAMOTO. Hilo. llauiiii CHAUl.KS .MOSCHKL. Lincoln. THILII " NKt ' F. llriiici ' P " " ' ' .lAMKS NKLSDN. Fri ' nionl. Belotr : .(OHN NKI.SON. Onmha NORMAN NELSON. .Ma-on Cilv KKWIN OLMSTKAI). Lincoln. DONALD OLSON. Omaha DALE OSTEKMAN. Malcolm. DWICHT I ' EKKINS. licrtfonl. Iowa. .lAMES I ' ETEK SEN. Onjalia .lAMES I ' KTEKSON. Cnlcrvillc. S Dak KOliEKT I ' lEKCE. Lincoln. DALE rLTHIiE. Colnnihn.s KOSS HASH i;oril.in .lACK HEED. McCook. KOIiKRT KEITZ, Lincoln. KOC.ERS UITTER. Kparnev RICHARD ROCKWELL. E.linlioro. Pa. WALTER RIDEEN. Sl onl bn K. I ' AUL RINDLE, Wilk.-s Itarr.- I ' a KARl. SAMIKI.SON Sirr.in-huri: Npl.-ion. J. P« tenten R ili Nrl.son, N. IVliT.son Rillrr OInistead I ifrcp K.M k»cll Ol.son PluKKe Rudepn Oslennan Ra.sh Rundli- Perkins Kced Saniuelson ri I i o ? J: k gf ' Mk I f- r (f f. n »• I, Eiicfinrcr ic-lli Expcrit-ncc EnfiMiieorinff has ddiiiiiiiitcd most ot " .loliii ()lssoirs lif ' c. A native of New York City, Joliii ha.- su|i|ih ' nii ' iitc(| his coHcjje ciiiiinccriiii; cnuisc with jH ' acti- cal cxiii ' i-iciicf witl) liiLsiiu ' ss tiniis. Bcsiih ' s his full-time siimiiifi- jolis, ho works more than ' ! ' ) hours a week durinji: school. As early as 1!I44, he was studyin.a: eiiiiiiies throufifh the courtesy of the Merchant Ma- rine. His travels there took him throutrhout the world, from Fiance to Australia. A.s treasurer of the Ameri- can Society of fechanical Kn- nineei ' s, Joiin used his admin- istrative ability to help plan E Week. Page I 17 ENGINEERING Seniors Juniors Sclireiber S€ l- Shaw Sinclair Sin.ll. C. Sii,.il. w. Slannard Slroud Sutton Thorson Villars Vollnier Wartrhow Weiland Wight Wilscam Wilson Witkowski Above ; HAROLD SCHREIBER. Denver. Colo. MYKOX SEES. Hordon. HEX SHAW. Nelson. DONALD SIN- CLAIR. Central City. CHARLES SINDT. Naponee. WILBIR SINDT. Riverton. DAVID STANNARD. Wichita. Kans. JAMES STROUD. Lincoln. NORMAN SUTTON. North Platte. HAROLD THORSON. Lincoln. HRUCE VTLL.iKS. Lin oln. ROBERT VOLLMER. North Platte. ALBERT WARTCHOW. Omaha. WALTER WEILAND. Lincoln. DONALD WIGHT. Barllev. CHARLES WILSCAM. Lincoln. DONALD WILSON. Omaha. HAROLD WITKOWSKI. Beatrice. Belotv: LEONARD WOLPA. Omaha. SIDNEY WRIOHT. Lincoln. ROBERT ZWAKT. Omaha. Jilliiorn: JOHN ALDEN, Auburn. WILLIAM . NDERSON, Ord. LETITIA BARRY. Smith Center. Kans DONALD BRADLEY. Scottsbluff. RICHARD BULS. Seward. ROGER CARLSON. Clarks. PHILLIP CHASE. Schuyler. ROBERT DAWSON. Lincoln. DOUGLAS DUDLEY. Norfolk. DONALD ElELD. Oiuaha. JOHN FISHEU. Santa Cruz. Calif WILLIAM GREER. Peru. ROBERT HAIGHT. York. HUGO HEERMANN. Stanton. WiLLlA.M IlENKEL. Norfolk. ROBERT HOLTZ. Lincoln. ELMER HUBKA. Virginia. MARK .lACOBSEX. Kearnev. WILFRED JENSBY. Davenport. JOEL JOUVENAT. Lincoln. THEODORE KRATT. Dearborn. Mich ' . ROBERT KROGH. Dannebrofr. JOSEPH LAFERLA, Oiuaha. HENRY LARSEN, Rawlins, Wyo. Wolpa Wright Zwart Chase Dawson Dudley Holtz H.ibka .Tacobscn r iMm Aid en Field Jfiisbv Anderson Fisher LJ Harry ( t reer Kratt ' I ' Bradley Haight Kroph Bills Laferia ( n Carlson Henkel I, a r sen i i v Page I 18 rhilllpK Swairn Above : KOllKKT LYONS. Xorlh I ' iRlle JAMES MrCEACHlX. llrli ' iiiis. IJEKALI) MAl.l.OY. Ho..i .r. .lOHN MATTUKWS. Aurora. .lOlIN MKS.MKK. Norlli Pliill. ' . IXINAI.I) XKI-SDN. I ' iltcr. HOWAKH I ' KAR SUN. V,. ler Spriiii. ' s. III. JHCHAKI) PHKI.PS, Liii.oln. .loHN PHILLIPS. Linroln. DOXALU IML- LEX. PH.xu.ri CEURC.E REINHARI). Broken Ituw. KOIIEKT sell KOEDEK. Crniid Klaiwl. .lOHN SCHrMAClIKK. Liiuiilii. STANLEY SCOTP. MiC ' ouk. WII.IJAM SPKICK. FriMiii.nr. .lOHN STOLIX SKI. Di.mlm. HAKOLI) STKIE.MPLEK. L.xinclnn. IU)KEKT SWAI.M. Ni.rtli I ' lallc. RALPH TAYLOR Omaha .lAMES TKiHE. On.alia DARKELL TI.M.MOXS. Omaha. RICHARD WAKEMAX. Limoln ROY WALKER. Lin. nln .lAMKS WALSH. Porlland, Maine. JAMES WELUl)X. Lincoln. RO(JER WHITMER, Lincoln. ROBERT VARWOOU, Omaha. r ' liciiii -al Kii«rineeriufr Students Kiiii Tests Double effect evaporator tested. Page 119 B ' M-k ran . W. CuftV , I . Arter. K. liellfWrj;. J. Villiaiii: . J. Savage. Second rotr : H. Sveiison. J. Sveiison. G. Srhulte. D. Joliansen, G. Andrews. A. Langstrotl). Front rotr: D. Hasiiiusson. J. McClurg, G. Clayton, K. Christensen, F. Chael. AIA MciulxM ' s Takf Tiiiu t r CollVe After liHt ' timj, iirchifccfs relax. AIA ASCE Till ' AiiK ' ric-au Iii ;titutf of Arfhiteet.s prepares members for their work in pro- fessional life. F(»rmcrl ' known as tlic Architectural society, the oruanization su- pervised the architectural (lei)ai ' tinent ' s display for Eng-ineers ' Week. Memhers hear practicing- architects and see films i)ertinent to their work at monthly meetings. Fred Cliael, Boh Hasmussoii. Dave Richards, (leorge Clayton and John McClurg did the group ' s executive plan- ning. Outstanding sophomores who intend to obtain a degree in civil engineering are eli- gible for membership in the Anu ' rican So- ciety of Civil Engineers. ASCK took to]) honors in !!•. " )(» foi ' pre- senting the best display in 1 ' - ' eek. Be- sides this achievement, Frank Dutton, president of Nebraska chapter, was named vice i)resident of the Mid-continent confer- ence, at w liicl: niiu ' schools exchanged ideas for the ]ii ' oinotinn i ' theii ' profession. r.arl. R. WalkiT. F. li() nT:naii. D. Erii on. E. Ohiislfad. I). Olson. K. Mnlil.T. Tiistructor IJriefs ASCK Rtiulciits Sum jiiti( intfrf ' sts stiiiiuliit( d. Fourth rutv ; .J. Porter, E. Heineiiian, R. Howard. G. Hiatt. H. Ilrehni. h. Hohnpr. Tl ' ird row: A. .Malhews. E. Holliiian, D. Burhain, R. Ciukler. C. Coker. D. Harker, 1). Caiidy. Sfrond row: A. Dedernian. J. Hossack.G. Hay. I). Kerspy. H. Hayward. H. Ball, D, Snell, Front row: J. Rped, R. Holder, I, Burmeisler, F. Diilloii. I). MiVirker, I). Flood, E, Sannielson. I ' .i ill ' ' iii M ' I III ' ,111 ■ ' : ' |ll:h ' , ' li t I Tau ' NatiMu lal ,F|(iu )rdi}y Hc-I»«lustic Fr in i i ;l)HeJ ,of Bngmeeri Hc-holust ' ic Fhili ' iiiity John W. Adams Sidney J. Ar++ D. C. Augenstein Donald D. Augustin Merle D. Bergeson Dilwor+h A. Bl tch ord Leo L. Bock j i i Fay L. BowerrVian Raymond C. Buresh Duane N. Burhatn Ivan L. Bufmeis+lsr Don Carlberg Glenn W. Carter George B. Cobel A. H. Collins ' Robert G. Curley Frank P. Dall Irving R. Dana William Eagan Ralph O. Eis , .1 , j Chisna H. Fleming Joseph J. Forma n Sten Freeland , j | Donald C. Gallagher Marvin Garber Gerald H. Goede Verlyn E. Griffith Albert H. Grinsted, Jr Uoyd O. Gruhn DeWayne K. Guhn Orville F. Hager Russel S. ' Hale Charles C. Hanson A. Robert Harm D. J. Harm Gaylord W. Hay Charles E. Hines Donald W. hiodder Robert iH,, Holder ' i James Q. Hossack Roswell B. Howard Omar Jenseni , Raymond A. Johnsoh Henry D. Kac avy Louis J. Kash ' Peter L. Keene Wilmoth L. Keller Thomas Kelley Walter W. Kilgard E. Eugene Kirsch John J. Kirchoter Melvin L. Koehler Neal W. Krumwiede Louis E. Kunti Raymon J. Larson Gerhardt Lee l ormani D. Lien I Edgard L. Llndber J. J. Lliteras Carl L. Lohrenz . John EJ Loye Gordon E. Madison ' Alan R. ' N cKelvie Richard J. McNamee Dwight S. McVicker Ronald R. McWilliams R. Richctfd Meysenburg i| Kenneth L. Minnick Donald D. Mitchell Richard K. Mohler Donald A. Nplsonl i ' James A. Nelson John D. Nelson Mark E. Nider i Don Olson ' ' ' Robert C. Ottenriaki Jimmie G. Petersop Robert F. Piest ' Harold S. Polnicky Donald W. Proctbr Edward W. Purdy Ross D. Rash ' , Ralph R. Ruht r Paul H. Rundle , Robert Rupert, Oscar W, Rusch Edward T. Saad Myron M. Sees John W. Snow William E. Splintfer William L. Sprick Norman P. Sutton Dean E. Uptor) Stanton H. Vierki Rober+ L Vollmef John B. " Westcott Donald C. Wilson W. W. Wright ' Winfred C. Zachan ' as James R. Zeman ■i.) 1 h ; ' .(: Back row : L. Larsen, H. Caswell, V. Eagan, E. Goralski. W. Weilanrl, E. Anderson. C. Hines. Third rote: J. Forman. S. Lester, J. Luft, O. Hapor, E. Bartunek. R. Otteraan. D. Aujrustin. Second roic : h. Lindberg. R. Tayler, J. Keuchel. D. Hodder. X. Nelson. V. Glee, H. Kada -- Front row : W. Kilgard. J. Nelson, J. Peterson, J. Wostcott. J. Harm. R. Si- mon, P. Keeiif. Pi Tan Si rina ' s Listen to hii ' oniuil Lecture Enfft m f ) ' in( pr thhnts disfussf ]. Pi Tau Sigma Pi Tan Siiiina is the only national mechanical ensi ' ineer- inti liniKirai ' v. The society stiniiilatcs and coordiiialcs de- partincntal activities. New ini ' inlnTs arc sclcclcil fi-nni the np])er third of the jnnioi- and senior classes of tlie col- lege of engineering. Scholar.ship, j)ersonalily and engi- neering ability are the bases for selection. Each spring the organization jjresents an award to tlie so])hoinore ranking higliesi scliohistically in ineclianical engineering. The npper fonrth of the fi ' cshnien and sojjh- omore mechanical engineering students are also honored each year. In the spring. Pi Tan Sitima co-sponsored a junior- senior banquet with ASME. Eta Kappa Nu Xational lioiioi ' ary Scliolaslic fraternity in tile College of Engineering .l()S( ' |ili 1 ' . ( !;il-l-() Albert n. (irinstcd, Jr. Dewayne K. Guhn -Toll 11 C. Johnson Wiliiiotli L. Keller John J. KircliotVr Louis E. Kniit Rayniniid J. Larson Louis J. Luxa Don J. Nelson Hobert L. Xeuiiiaim Mark E. Nid-r ' ( ' rne F. Nipjier l);d ' M. Ostcriiiarr R,nH ' lilio(ll)hai R. Patel Donald W. Proctor Koss I). Rash Orral W. Riteliey Donald W. Schnpidor X ' crnon ] . Seovilk ' Xoriiian P. Sutton Liiisl ' i-ed Ij. X ' rana Hex D. Wiese Page 122 ■p 1 I ' M i «v. « r | « " vl ar - .▲ 1 IbS. ' idr... 1 W f , H ' ' E J jTiHliM E H Hi H tateJ! l l I " " % T r : a Kliitilr;il luii. ' lln ' iis Ml-; vuic .Mutor Ki ' iNiiiiicf Four heads work to compute answer. AIEE lli ' lpiiiy: 1 » I ' nonliiiatc tlii ' iictivitios ol " tbi- electrical uiij iiu ' eriiiy dcpaitujcjit, llic Aiiu ' iicaii Institute of Kleetrical Kii ' -iiiei-rs intniiiiiccs students Ici the professional world and dc fl(»|)s a fraternal spirit. Meinliersliip includes Mitstanilinf; sojilio- nmres, juniors and seniors in 1lie eolley;! ' . In the fall, AIIIK sponsored an all I ' lii- versity weiner roa t and Mpiare dance party. TIkv also jiarticipalcd in intra- nuind sports and K Week. Clarence V. ( ' unninj;liani presided over the monthly nieetinj s, to wliicli many speakers were in vitod. Bark roil : n. ilki v»ki. I ' . O l)oa. J. Harvey. 1). Cast. (!. Carler. Tliird roie: E. Oloygtpin, R. Vollmor. F. Furhs»r, E. Kirsrh. X. Siillon. T. Pur- k r. Second rou : P. Rundlo. B. Hobbs, Keller, D. Wilson, J. Orahsm. front row: L. Bork. D. Mitrhell. N Jones. C. riinningham. R. lIcWiMiaiTi. R. Larson, B. Kleinschmidt. o n Cs o Member E.xplains Radio Circuit Discussion on flynaniic demonstrator. Engineers Connect Watt Meters Wires, waits, wheels — workable knowledge. Hack iw« ' .- W. Zacliaria , H. ' l ' hor»uii. U. W ' akt ' inaii, F. Clau . is. Kaiifman. Third rotv : A. Biieltel. E. Tiioinpson. X. ' Icck. R. Leibee. G. LitrlitiuT. R. Piisater. Second row : C. liurKess. G. Cobel. J. Stolinski. J. Adams. R. McNanu ' e. Front rotv: J. Stoddart. K. Cecil, C. Hansen. N. Case. T. Kelly. Ail. ' hK .MeniluM ' s Operat TliickiMU !- Chemical calculations annputf d. AlChE Ag Eng meers Tlic Aiiicricaii Institute nt ' ( ' liciiiicnl I " ]ii ii- lu ' crs was t ' stalilislu ' d to i ' ostiT professional de- velopment in tile clieinical ciiyineerins;- Held. It also aims to Inini; ai ont a better iiiiderstandiiii; ' of tile arious phases of tlie profession. A one of their projects, the local chajiter of AK ' lil ] helped sponsor Engineers ' Week. ( )ne of till ' special events of the group was to attend the regional meeting at the Missouri School of Mines. Agricultural I ' iUgiiieers, a national society, stimulates interest in agricultural eugiiu ' ering. Memhershi]) in the organization is open to any sophomore Ag engineering student. Two major jirojects of the gTOU]j were to sponsor a fall open house for fi ' eshmen in I ' Ugi- lU ' eriiig anil to prepare I ' ]ngineei ' s ' Week exliili- its. The annual spring picnic, under the dii ' ec- tion of President (Jleii Johnson, concluded the Near ' s activities. Afr EntrinciTs Show Disphiy At E Week, hnnivledcjf lu ed. MODEL IRRIGATED FARM PASTUBt OR GRASS- LAND AREAS TO UTILIZt VASTE. ' WATtH BENCH BORDER ' ' iRRICATION-SLOPtS, OF 2% BORDER IRRIGATION SLOPES OF 1.3 ' V IN ONE niRECTION FURROW IRRICATK WATER IN FURRC BETWEEN ROWS OF VEGETATION WATER If ' GONTOli SUPPIY DITCH APavTNffwtrrRT RESTORE SOIL MOISTJRE 8EF0R 5EEIIINC Hark roi ' : M. liniiiini:. .1. Myers. D. Mai. . K. ' i)ss. .1. Srhruuk. M. Berk, S. Nelson. Fourth row: I). Kirrhhoff, L. Jen.sen. (J. Petersen. ( ' . Smith. W. .lenshy. L. Wolpa. Third row: R. Mey.senburg. -J. Hossack, K. Stone. D. Eret. V, .sprick. K. Nelson. S. Hedden. Serond rotv: M. Arms, W. Larsen. A. MrKelvie. K. von liarsen. H. George, J. Bronghton. FionI riw : I,. Hi rlliiit. H. Ho ' . ' aii. (i .Inlinson. H. Pnliiicky, .1. l,lilern . I.. Larsen. ASME SoplKHiions in iiicclwmical (•nuiiii ' i-iini; ' ;iri ' i ' lit;ililt ' t(ir nu ' inluTsliiii in tin- stuilcnt Inancli ot ' tlic Auu ' ricaii Sdcicty (if Mcilian ical Knirinfi ' is and later in tlu ' profi ' ssional parent society. ' I ' hri ' iiiili lii nn ntlily nieet- inirs, tile ui " ' ii| heeoines hettei- aciinaiiiti ' tl with |ii( t " i ' ssinnal prolileins ami dejiart mental aetivitios. Kimineers ' Week, local inspection 1ri|)s and a cliili sulkier wero special projects on the . S IK proi;i;iin. ( ' oordinatinir tin- year ' s activities was President Kd Bnrtu in ' k. ASM !•; ( )niciTs Met ' i ill .Mi ' cliiiiiiciil Aii iliiiMin; Til find (ippartunilii s for futun i ii; itii i rs. Hark run : E. .Sillir, l». . l«h-k. W. Knifrli. J. Hftrni, N. 1 ooh, Fourth row: J. Liifl. V. Kiliciinl, l). Par- ker, IJ. .Jacob»tMi, K. DiflK. •). ixon. Third rotr : U. UrnvcK. A. Wacli, V. »lce, X. Nelson, J. Keuchel, P. Kccne. R. Keilz. Srrond rniv : L, Sloinprl. H. ( ' a well, O. Froid. L. Sleiii. J. Pt ' lerNOii, K. Siinuii. I . Hodder. J. Anderson. t ' riiiil row: R. Taylor, h. Liiidlicn;. K Ollcinnn. L. WriKlil. K. Ncwhonso. H Itarluni ' k. .1. WevlrotI, .1. rliillipH. Bark roir: . I.eff. I,, rhillips. O. I,ay- mon. R. Srheibel. W. Wpiland. B. Herse. V. Cannirhael. r. Ifinpn. Fourth roir: L. Schreiner. R. Eneler. J. Fomian. T. MrGrarhin. K. Bnrlon. R. Zwart. E. rioralski. D. Sinrlair. Third roir: C. Srhade. I.. Henke. G. Ctoede. C. Craie. J. WiillsrlilcKpr. J. MrGnire. D. Antriislin. R. Neal. Srroiid roir: A. Valla. B. Imw. .T. Nelson. D. Petersen. I). WJEhl, n. PInece, Brill. J. Heldenhrand. H. Kadn%- -- froni roir; E. Anderson. L. Lar. en. R Jameson. R. Crais. H. .Tespersen. B Lindslnini. E. Bartels. R. Wolken. C r c - I Q Nebraska Blue Print 1950-51 Blueprint Editor, Howard Duncan 1901-1!). ' 1 — pfty ycar.t of puhlicdtion. Sihniska I ' .liii jiriiil Staff of lHU-i:) liiihidis sii ' iniil (dUiir. F( rijusf n. EntrinciM-s of 1!)()1 Edited Xtbra ka liliu priiil First editor, (lutlehen, named puhticatimi. Sifrma Tan Presents Picture of Editor F ' r :iison Porirdil to luiiKj i)i Ferejuxon halt. Page 126 AV ;rrt.v .( lihir I ' nul is tlic (illicijil iiioiitlily |nil)licatiiiii (if the Collciji ' of KiiniiitM-iiiii;- and Arfliiti ' diin-. Tlu ' stall consists entirely of stn- (leiits in the colk ' fj o. I ' ulilicity for the ( " oUeije of Knuineeriun- and articles of cnirent enuineeriiiu ' interest are iii- chiiled in the niaitaziiM-. It iiecanie a iiienilier of I ' liiiiineeiinu ( ' ullriic Magazines Associated in liliif I ' riiif is circulati ' d thii)u;;liniit I lie col- loire aiiti is also the otlicial orjiaii of the Xo- i raska Knijineerinit ' society. The issues are cxchanued with othei ' en ineeriiii;- coIIe ;cs. To celeitrate the tiftieth anni ersar of the niatrnzine, a special edition wa- jnit out in .Ian- nary, under the direction of Kditoi- llowani hnncau. (►ther students leadinii ' the ) (((■ I ' rnil staff were (ieoriic Andreseii. yein ' ral Tuanaiicr. and (ieoi ' iif ( ' oliel, luisiness nianaii ' er. I ' ub I ' xianI Decides l ' llhlic;U inn I ' lihcurs Details (h)irn in litlli hlmh Jiniik. Hark roic : D. Luhkpn. B. Peterson. D. Diinklaii. D. Phelps. B. Holiz. B. Wartrliow. L. Keller. .1. Prien. H. Saxton. G. Cobel. Front row: D. C«SI P. Keene. fC nun.nn r, , i.,lr..n ..n 1 I ' .nrri Page 127 Iccliaiiical En :iiicci ' in i- Studi ' iiis Work with .Ma -liiiM ' : I)it ni ' iicK s of iiiiiih in inn at iinis. Class Informals =C 1 !-Cif Civil Eii ziiie ' riii i- Stiidciits AVork Stnri ijiiuj ill till siioir. -Mcflianicul EiifiiiiccriiiL ' Laimratorit ' s I ' .iiildiug 1 ( parliiK nliil In mli uiirli rs. Pago 128 Ai-pliitccl I ' l-cparcs Sketch (iii Di ' awiii;; I ' .cianl Ciiiiipli x ill signs ciraii il. college of HUSKERS OUTSTANDING • • George Dorii ' !)7 Former Governor of Utah. llO.sl ' dl ' 1 (llllKl Dean Emeritus of Harvard School of Law. Aiiclri ' l- " raiik Scliorppcl ' 2: Fonix r (!in ' ( nior of Ixan.sax. Prexrnl Kiinsaa Vniird SfdI s Si tint or. l)u ijilit (iriswolil " 14 Foruu r iiovi rnor of S( hraska. Din ctor Ami rim )i aid tii Greece. Hayiiumd .McCarl ' Oo First Comptrollrr General of the United States ( ' 21- ' 36). aw Ki ' iuu ' tli Wlicrry ' 14 United States Se7iator and minority leader in Congress. ( Student Oivos Loiral Advice I ' lthlic Itiw cuuiiscliiiii College of Law offers public legal advice for experience and service Edmund . lielsheiiii Dean of tin ColUyi of Law Students Compete in Annual .Moot Conrt (fill fiisis trinl Ini pniclin stmh nts. Law Students [Study Cases in Law Library TliinI floor f.air f allege buildiiuj. Till ' I ' ni cr-it C ' olloj2;i ' id ' L.-iw was one (if tlic first sflidols to l)t ' ajiproverl by tlic Anifricaii Bar association as liavinir cfimplioil with the roquiicd sfainhifds. Lc,!;al ail! t ' mm college persoiiiiol is ojten to the i)ul)lic and acts as a service project as well as offering students experience. Tlie .Mien citm])etiti )ii oi " moot conrt also olTers practical experience. Pnhlished l)y the college in cooperation with the Ne- braska Bar association, the Law Revieiv is widely circu- lated throughout tlie state and tlie country. It discusses ciirn-nt JcLial proliicnis. Page 131 LAW Seniors Juniors I Mil. Illy Larsen Luedtke VanKirk Fillliiui. Nielsen Waring Galler Pedersen Wilson 11 r Poluck Baehr Kli.it: Scoville Cahs Above : Seniors: RAYMOND BEACHLY, Lincoln. ED VARD COOK. Lexington. GORDON FILLMAN, York. PAUL GALTER, Lincoln. BYROX HOOPER. Hastines. SHIRLEY KLING. Linioln. YERA LARSEX. Wvnot. ROLAND LTEDTKE. I.imnln. JESS NIELSEN. DaniiehroK. HENRY PEDERSEN. Omaha. JOSEPH POLUCK. Oiiiaha. RoliERT SfOYILLE. Hartington. CLAIS UGGLA. Stockholm. Sweden. C. BURKETT VANKIRK. Lincoln. ROBERT WARING, Geneva. JOHN WILSON, Glenwood. Iowa. Juniors: MAX BAEHR, Long Beach, Calif. JEAN CAHA Wahoo. Beta IV ; CALVIN COULTER. Bridgeport, BRYCE CRAWFORD. Omaha. HARRY CURTISS. Hvanni . ALLEN DALGARN, Scottsbliiff. RICHARD DtJXBURV, Lincoln. BRUCE EVANS. Lincoln. JOHN FALTYS. Blair. GARY FORI). Grand Island. RALPH HANNEMAN. Albion. ADRIA.N ' HERTIK. New York Citv, N. Y. HERBERT JACKMAN, (iranl. HOWARD MASKELL. Poni-a. JOHN MOREHEAD. Falls Citv. RICHARD MYERS. Alliance. BETTY NAMA. Shelton. LESLIE NOBLE. Beatrice. JAMES NORTON, Osceola. DONALD PEDERSON. Omaha. PETER PETERS. Omaha. HARRISON RUSSELL. Hastings. WILLIAM STEWART. Lexington. WILLIAM STURGES, LeMars, Iowa. DAVID TEWS, Norfolk. CHARLES THOMPSON. York. KARL WELLENSIEK, Grand Island. PAUL WELLENSIEK. Grand Island. CHARLES VHITE, Lincoln. Coulter Hertik Peters Crawford -Tairknian Rns.sell Cnrtiss Maskell Stewart Dalgarn Morebead Sturges r Onxbury Myers Tews Kvans Xama TlioiHpson Faltys Noble Wellensiefe, K. Ford Norton Wellensiek. P. : EM 9 9 L7i r O O i: .M. ikmimkik Page 132 Delta Theta Phi Siiiff its Iduiidiriu ' at tin- I ' liiviTsity in I ' L ' li. Delta Tlicta I ' lii lias smmht In i»rn- motc tin- licst iiitiTi ' sts III " till- law cullcnv mikI lci;al piol ' cssiim. MciiilH-rsliip in tin- fiatfniity is oiicii to male law stiulcnts raiikiii-;- liigli sfiii)lastiiiill . K ' cry two weeks, j)riiiiiiiii ' iil iiiiiiilicis it ' tlic indfcssioii speak on current legal pnili leins at the gioup ' s rei fular liiiiclieon meet ing. Bani|iiets, a ( ' liii-tiiias paity am! smokers also eontribiitr tu I ' lati-niai spirit. Kiisscll l.ockwonil was |iresi(lent. mmnm hiiM i,, Law Fratcriiil. ' .Mi ' iiiImt I ' n.jux Misil lii-iiioiillihi iiiiiiiiiii — hinvhi nil. fl ' -. Sl ' ' ' ' ' i i.iirti rim- i . i iiltHk. 1 ' . ittMicin " . V. Mrinn ' InT. T. Vrana. I). ]trock. K. Strom, V. Cobb. Third roir : 1). Eriksnn. V. iiiifiiomian, L. Hiil- loll. M. Fll ldi . V. Hodok. L. Chandler. Sfroiid row: L. Hnniiiios. T. Koerber, K. Luedtkc, I). Morrow, .. HiitiM?n, A. Chnslcnsen, H. Prirbard. ' ro«( roit : D. Tfws. R. Orshek. H. Blue, R. Kicliards, H. Siiydfp, R. Deardeii. Officers Discuss Recent Business Fufun plans formed. Back tow: M. Hasse, (i. Fiel»ip, .1. Xiel- sen, W. Fiihr. Second rota: R. Harkson, P. Dunlap, H. Hansen, J. Harper, W. Webster. Front row: F. Swihart, J. Edstroni. R. Moran. .T. McAneny, L. Christensen, W. Bodtker. .t-- i Hark roir: R. Skochdopole. G. Stahl. D. Mi- Arthur. J. Brogan. D. Kelley. J. (iradwohl. Fourth row: P. Gerdes, M. Madden, T. Gorham. B. Wenke. E. Fisher. Third row: J. Brower, D. Koukol, H. .Tarkinan. J. Ponder, R. Samiielson, D. Armstrong. Second row: J. Wilson, R. Beattie. ' ■ Fillman. R. Waring, E. Cook. Front row: R. Howell. W. Berqnist. D. Boyd. W. Becker, D. Berquist. R. Moodie. ZJ l9el Mb la " ' . ilcnibcrs (lather at Ijiiifolii iMciMiiif. I.inv stmli tif.s ' IhiicJiiiiii. Phi Alpha Delta I ' niiuoliiiii- sfholarsliip and maintaiiiiui; ' liiLili k ' ual olliies arc tlio major aims of Plii Alplia Delta, law fratcniity. A ai ' ict ' (if actixitics was jilaiiiu ' d for tlic uroiip iii- (■liidiiiii ' dinners, daiieos. intramural sports and regidar mt ' etiniis. .lose))]! .1. McAn- eny, justice of Xeliraska chaiiter, lieaded the list of officers. Phi Delta Phi riii Delta Dili i the oldest hoiioi-arv le- i al fraternity, ' i ' lie or.n ' ani .ation tinin- lates ])rofessionai iearnini; ' anil hiyh schol- arship in its members. This year, the .yronp ' .s l)i-montlily pi-ograins included lis- ciissions (it ' pr(it ' e ion:d proliieiiis liy local attorneys nnd jndiics. Manister Don I ' oyd jilanned the ainiiial initiation l)an(pie1. Professional Law Group Holds Banquet To rush fuiurf wmihrrs. college of Z z HUSKERS OUTSTANDING • • • Dr. Edfjiir Van Niiys Allen ■•_ ' :! Senior consultant in medicine at Mayo clinic. Dr. Allicl W. Adson 17 .1 wardal Distin jninhed Service medal. Head of N eurologieal department of Mayo clinic. Dr. Olyra Stastiipy ' i:! Started . ini rican liospitids in France and Greece. Handled refugees from Turkey and Near East. Medical director of Wfjodmen circle. Dr. Walter II. Jiidd 2 Medical inis.fionary to Clii Mimi sota congressma n Dr. Glady.s Henry Dick " 00 Developed Dick test for scarli t feci r. X x ediciiii Dr. Irvin SjumiicI ( ' iitlcr ' 98 Former Dean of Nebraska Medical school and present Dean of Northwestern Medical school. -Medical Sluilfiit Ivxamiiir (liih S mill I piitii nl . Harold ( ' . l ntlli I)i nil of thr Colhijc of Mrflicim Med school meets state requirements; University hospital gives clinical training Siiu ' O liU.S the entiro four-yi-ar ronrsi ' of the ( " olk ' uo of .Mi ' diciiu ' lias hin-ii taiinlit in Onialia. The school i)rov ' nk ' s iiistnu-tion in the pre-clin- i al sciences and clinical teadiing. I ' laclical ex- perience is olTered in the I ' liiversity hos]iital. By maintaininy- hij h standards in instructional stall ' and content of courses, the colleire meets the rt ' (|nirenients of tlic imi t i-xactiim state cx- aniininu and liccnsinii hoards. ' riic Inivi-rsity hospital on tiic hnaiia cam- pus forms a ccnti-r around which all the activi- ties of the various ilepartnients are grouped. A dose correlation hetween the clinical and lali- oratoi ' y teachinsi ' of tiie cojleire is ))rovided. ' Phi ' woik ili ' iie at the l ' iM ersity Imspital in caiiim for a wide variety of cases is one of the many contributions of the College of Medicine to tiie state of Nebraska. Fiitiirt ' Doctors Work on Lai) Preparations ! kiill, hut nil crossboues. Students Do Lab Research Chi iiiical piunctrs. Bark row: W. Pfeiler, R. Pfeiler. J. Scholz. J. Dick, B. Hendrickson. Second roiv: M. Fruhling. B. West. .1 Blankenship, J. Wamsley. Front row: R. Hope. W. Gass, A. Lar en, D. Peatrowsky, E. Powell. Bark roir : J. Wamsley, G. Jobnson. L. Nilson. P. McGowan. Serond row : R. West fall, D. Kiixhaiiseii, W. DeVere. A. Larsen. C. Wolfe. Front row: R. Pfeiler, D. Peatrowsky, .T. Scholz, E. Powell. Pro-med Students (Question (Inest Speakor Dr. Fhnfd Il (jf fs (jfff rs in( niuifinn. P Nu Med Xu .Ml ' (1 (ill ' iTs yiiidaiK ' L ' to students lic- ginniiii;- medical, tnirsiiig- or lal)( ratiiry tecliiiiciaii traiiiiiiu. Meetings each iiKnitli. at wliieii s]»eakei ' s in tlie medical iirol ' essioii are tVatui-ed, keej) niemliers ahreast oi ' iiicdifal ad ancements. i ' resideiit Ail l.arseii su]iei-vised the i;r(iii)) ' s activities. Theta Nu Theta Nil, an ImiKirary for iMitenlial l)hysicians, ]ir(inii tes liiyli sciidhirshii) ainrini; in-e-ined -tudents. Tiie groii]) re- ipiires nieinheis to he at least s(i)ih(iiii()res ami in the n)i]ier lent h of their class. The major stu-ial e -en1s ot ' Theta Xn. the spring hain|net and initiation, wi ' re direct- ed bv President Dave Pcatrowskv. Tlietji Xu Officers Study Human Skeletons Drm dry hones. I ■ 1 1 1 !! 1 1 .I ' ll ' 1 1 ' , . , 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 III 1 1 1 ' 1 ' I ' M 1 1 ' 1, ' • 1 1 1 ' " 1 . ' l ... ' ■1 Alpha 0 6ga Alpli ' ! Naiioiial Hoaorary iMcdickl S6(,-iWii;| ' [ h ' 1 im the iGdllUd i f( cillc , ' | i , ' ' ' : ' A 1 I I : I James Alfred Anderson John Milton Boulware Dallas Vincent Clatenoff Harold LeRoy Davis Donald Arthur Fuesler James C. Patrick Harkin John Edwin Kysar I I I I I William Chris Mannsdirecl: Harold Nathan Margolin ' ; Margaret Louise McHenry Robert Carl Rosenlof , Iman Herbert Singer . Erwin WItkin Ernest Arthur Yeck |i,i|l,l I II Class Informals Stuilriits Operate New Eqiiii iiieiit I ' p-l(i-ihit( lulls furiii.shtd. Outside Lah ( ' lass ' ie vs Skcletdii HiiiiKiii inuitoitni — Iltilloiri I II sti li. University Hospital at ( tinalia Service to S( hnisl.iiiis fur iiuiiiiniil Vt. Page 140 college of - U Z z HUSKERS OUTSTANDING • • Robert A. Ihirdt " 2 ' J Vice president of II off man-La Rorlie rowpanij. Paxt vice presidf 111 and mcmher of Hoard of Dincfor.t. K. H. Stjiiilih and Sons. ( ' liiirles WatMiii lUivi ' ii ■:!4 I i nil of College of Plianiiacii of (iioriji Wasliiiifiloii T ' iiiversifji. A. ' a, nr Kiiilil Mti Rexearrli i-lnuiist Stirling-Winthrop Researcli institute. Author, liroadcaster on organic clntnistry. Teil E. lliistciiil " 2!) Ownir (if the intermitionallii adri rl isi d Wall driu; store — Wall. SuiiHi Daknla. 9 Y otmacy .Jo.sL ' i)li (i. Xoh " 23 Directed purcha. cs of mcdiced .lupplies durinij World War II. Vice presidi nt and director of .w f.s, M ' inlhrop-Slearns. Inc.. pharmaceulical manufacturer. Page 142 I ' liarniai-y Itiiildiipj ' (iives I ' lililic Sci-viin ' I ' ll rriiif una fill, il tit ciilliiji Jisjii iisiini. Joseph It. Hurt pKiii of till Ciilliiji uf Phiiniiacji Fully-accredited Pharmacy college gives Nebraska many practicing pharmacists Fur many yi-ars tlii ' ( ' (tlli ' .uc ot " IMiai ' inacy lias ln ' i ' ii ariTt ' iliti ' d by tin- Anu ' ricaii ( ' oiiiicil on I ' liai- niacciitical I ' Mucatiim. Tlic collciic cDutriliiiti ' s t till- [Hililic licaltli of . ' rl raska liy |in i(liiiii ' a lari c |ir()|)( rtiiiii (if its ](ractii ' iim ' iiliaiiiiacists. ( ' dllciii ' Dean .loscj)!! B. Bmt will sfiVL ' in l! . " )!-. " ) as lirst vice president of the American I ' liarmacentieal association. T Pharniaeist Puts iu Lab Hours Experiments iisimj condenser. Pharmacy Collcfre Tustalls Dispensing Units Units f o i»li) iniiiii iJiiili iisi . Page 143 k i ' L ti-JK . Darner Harlcy Iliilliilny Malone Smitli Swaiuia Vogt Wefso Amlprscm Ton C ' rellin Everton (Jarrett Hosick Kohll Xaber, A. N ' alM-r. H. Pflasterer Reis Teller Tcler Above : Seidnrx: .TIIII.N IlAHNEK. Hi.lilret;e. THOMAS HARLEY, Liii.nln. RAY H(lI,l,I DA Y. Heljron. MAR- VIN MALONE, Kairlmrv. MARTHA SMITH. Holdreee. EMIL SWANDA. Sargent. WILEY V0(;T. Yaiiklon. S. Dak, ROIJERT WATERS. Seotia. FREDERICK WEFSO. Rushville. Juiiiarx : WARREN ANDERSON, Aurora. .JAMES COX, Sulherlaiui .TAMES CKELLIN, Clarinda, Iowa, KEITH EVER- TON, Crofton, ELIZABETH CARKETT, Sheridan. Wvo, WALTER HOSICK, Central Citv EMERSON INKS, (irand Kland, MARVIN KOHLL, Omaha ALHERT NAHER, York. HERBERT NABER. York. PAUL PFLASTERER. Crete. MARION REIS. (ilenwood, Iowa. GALE TELLER, Lineoln. .lANICE TETER, Bartley. (iEORGE THOMPSON " . Oshkosh. Stiiil( ' iit-(i|iei-nti ' (l I)is|)t ' iis;iry Operated for University ( ' (iiiiiiiiitiil y SliidiDt prt scrijUitnis — cn-if phif: ti )i ptrciiit. PHARMACY Seniors • Juniors Page 144 college of « ) Z HUSKERS OUTSTANDING • • l ' " ii ' (lcrii-k .M. IhiiitiT ' O " ) Chancellor Emeritus of the Universitfi of Orrgon. Alexander J. Stoddard ' ' I ' l Superinfendrnt of Los Angeles school si sli ui. Grace Al)l)()tt " IHi Chief of Childnn ' s Bureau ill WdsJi iiif fiiii. I). C. Bertlia Luekcy " lO ChrcliDKl Public School ch ief psi ch oloyisf. Ijtmise Pound ' i)2 Author on literature, folk-lore. Professor of English. Page 146 vacation X Edward Cliarles Elliott ' !)7 Prisiiliitl iif l ' iirtlii( r iiiri rsilii. Fiiiiik A. Iliii .lik Dxni of till Tiiicliirs College (ttlidaiu ' c Lil)|-;iry Set Ij) Frei licilli l hii I II ahull u for viirntiiniiil iiiil. Two Cadi ' ls Tt ' iifli ( ' hiNv Tupiiiij tiictirs. Teachers College offers educators, evaluations; research methods set up I ' l ' Mclicrs ( ' (illcjrc I ' ri ' pari ' s Future Kducritors Uiinlin ' . irriliii ' . ' ritlnni fir. ' I ' lir riii crsit ' ol ' Xt ' lna k;i Tciiclicrs Collcije serves the state In |ii( ' |iaiiiig: teachers, supervisors, adminis- tratois ami e lufa(i iial s])ecialists for seliool work. Tile eollege is also a eenter of educational research. I t iuvesti.nates methods, applies educational principles, develojjs curriculum materials and evaluates pulilic school ])ro irams and practices. The classroom and school hecome a cooperative laboratory in which all communitv resoui ' ces are used. Page 147 % V TEACHERS Seniors C ' Albers Alexander Allfii Anderson Andreasen Auserud Harry H ask in Hauer Bayer Beaming Beatly HHell liekins Bengtson Berg Bjorklnn Bon hrighl Ahove : Seniors: JOYCE ALBKRS. WisiKT. (iEORGE ALEXANDER. Svraiuse. SHIRLEY ALLEN, Tecumseh. JOHN ANDERSON, PiroinstmrK, HARRY ANDREASEN, Hrooklvii, N, Y. MARYLYN AUSEROD, Hartlctt. HELEN HARRY, Kansas Cilv, Mo. YIR(nNL BASKIN, StapleKin. ARTHTR BAl ' ER, Shu- hert, PEGCiY HAYEK, Liiiiolii, LOIS HEASINrt, Ro.k Porl, Mo. MILDRED BEATTY. Omaha. BETTY BEDELL. Lincoln. MARCIA BEKINS, Omaha. CHERRIE BENti ' lSON. I ' onia EUnENE BERCi. Omaha. JOHN BJORKLl ' N. Miiulen. DORIS HONEBRKJHT, Liiiccln. MARY ANN HORCAARD, Lincoln. WANDA BOTT. Lincoln. DARRELL HKANDEMUIUi. Libert Ind. BETTY BRECK. Wavcrlv. MOLLY BRITTENHAM, Biailv. WILLA BI ' BB. Lincoln. DONNA BL ' KLEY. Norfolk. CAROL CALDER. Lin.oln. ROBERT CALDWELL. Lincoln. NEIL CAMP BELL. Kochcster, N. Y. MARILYN CAMPFIKLD. Omaha. .lANET CARU, Linioln, HAROLD CER YANEC. Chicaeo. Ill, MAR(iARET CHAJIBERLIN, Lincoln. MARION CHILDRESS. Lincoln. CAR MEN CHRISTOFFEL, -Omaha. .lEAN CLARK. Lincoln. HALCYON COBLE. Lincoln. ORVAL CON NER. Burwell. HERMAN CONRAD, .MiKc.-sporl. I ' a. PATRICIA CONWAY. Lin.oln. E. DEAN COON Gilcrest. Colo, KICHAUl) CRONIN, Min.lcn. .MARILYN CROPPER. I vims. RL ' TH ANN CURTISS, Lincoln. CAROLEE CUTHBEKTSON. Oninlia, DARWIN DAHL, Lincoln, Bor aard Cami I»»ll Crnini-r Bolt Catnplield C„rr;i.l Brandjenbivrg Carr Breck Cer -anec Coon Britlt ' nlian) Chambt ' riin Cronin Bnbb Childress Cropper Burley Chrislolfel Cnrtiss Calder Clark Cutbherlson Caldwell Coble Dahl r ' J 1 ' v4 . :li . rs r Dallam iKvI ' lniKii ! tar» v De.luiii; - Kirk line KoIIn (JtTirel Dcllnn Forhfs (fillilnnct Di ' vrrrux Korni v (iloysleiii Oirkf (indtlis ;oli(li Iitii-kwurth Ely Km,i,- iatla?lii r CanliuT. I . lilinlfK ' r. 1 ir«.-f (•ralimii Crmil rANET HAM. AM. Om»hn. LEK DE.IOXCE. Hildr.Mh. MARTHA DKLOXi;, .Nel rn kn Cilv. .lEFF KEI.TOX. Oiiinha .lOKIS IJKVEKEl " X. Oiimlm. DONNA IIICKE. Sirallon. IU)HEKT IJI ' CKWORTH. I ii,»li» IMirtOTHY El.V. R.mI Clmi.l SHIRI.KY EVANS. !tri.k.Mi How. .MADEl.dX KEI.DMAN. . w- inai. i:r..v,. .lOAN FII ' KIJN(i, l ' lBiiivi,.w. .MEhVlN FOLTS. York. KATlll.KEN FORllE.s. S.olt hhiir. LEWIS FORNEY. Crel.-. PATRICIA CADDIS. I.in.olii. ELIZAItEl ' H C Al.l.Ali H ER. ONoil. DWAVNE (JARDNER. .Max. ROHERT (iARDNER. Aiisl. ' v. .MAR.IORY CAREY. E.liMiii. .MARlIA ;EOR(iE, llra.lv .lOHN CEK ;EI.. ClfVclaiiil H. U-hl . Ohio. HAROLD (MLLILAND. Ciirlis. HAROLD (iLOY- STEIN. Wa.-o ARI.INE COHDE. Liii.oln. DAVID CRAFF. Sali.ln. Colo. ROSE.MARY (iRAHAM. Lincoln. .lA.MES IIRANT. Lm.oli. Ilrlii, ' VIRCINIA Cl ' HIN. Lincoln. PATRICIA CTNOY. Norfolk. OAVLE OfSTAFSON, Dixon. MAR- (iARET HAHX. .s.ollsliluff. PHYLLIS HALEY. Lin.oln. .lO ANN HALL. Lincoln. RICHARD HAN CERFORD. Iia».-I! .lANlCE HAXXAFORD. ll,-nlri..v .lOANN HANSEN. Omaha. ELINOR HANSON. OakliiM.I PACLINE HARMON. I ' rnnil.ull DOLORES HENRICHS. Hiislini;-.. MIRIAM HICKS. Lin- coln CEORCE HILL. Oma ha. (iERTRIDE HILL. Omaha. ARTHIR HILL. MAN. Di- hlcr. PATRICIA HINT .. Fr.Mnoni LOIS HOGI.E. Crclc. Guhin H n»riTforJ " i Gundy HannnforrI Hill. ; litifitafson Hansen Hill. n. Hahn Hanson Hillinnn Hnl.-y Harniun Kin 1 7. Hall Henrii ' hs Hoiric fM 0 Collff c and Kiiiili ' ifiarteii Iiitciiscly interested in teacli- iii.u ' . Willu Bulilt of J.,iiifohi is ( ' onil)iiiiny: work and study. Takiiiii ' all affernnnii classes, she spends her inoniin.n ' teacli- slu ' sjji ' iids her nmrniii.ns teacii- works with children from kin- derf, arten to the third .u:rade. Since childhood, Willa has wanted to teach. She he.nan with a Sunday school class of D-year-olds. Then she worked witli jire-scliool chihlrcTi at a nursery. Xow she is a|»])lyiii,a: lier knowledge to the actual classroom situation at the child center. Her proficiency in lioth fields was proved when she won a PTA scholarship. Page 149 fS AK £ « ' 1- " t: «r««r j § fi ' TEACHERS )en!ors i Housi-1 Huiixnle Hum Huse Hyland liitrrani Irwin Jen.sL ' ii, C. Jensen. M. Jensen. R. Johnson. J. A. Johnson. J Joselyn Judd Jungbiuth Kad erli Karel Korinek Above : MARI.TO HODSEL. Linroln. JOVCE HUXSCOTE, Clarks. DARREL HTXT. North Plane. HOXORE HUSE. Hubbard. .TEAXXE HYI.A.M), Limoln. MARGARET INGRAM. Linroln. ALICE IRWIN. " v- more. CATHERINE JENSEN. WasliinKton. I). C. MARJORIE JEN.SEN. Onialia. ROBERT .TENSEN. Fremont. JOANN .JOHNSON. Harlinirton. .JANETTE JOHNSON. York. EDWIN JOSETAN. Randolph. MARGARET JUDD. Walerbury. TLA JUNGBLUTH. Omaha. BARBARA KADERLL Kimball. MARI- LYN KAREL, Howell.s. DONALD KORINEK, Dwight. Below : HELEN KOUNS. Falls (Mty. SALLY KRAUSE, Albion. ANDREW KUSH. Colnmbns. PATRICIA LANNAN. West Point. JOAN LAW. Chappi ' M. LOREN LENZ, Meadow Grove. MARY ELLEN LIND- HOLM. Audubon. Iowa. JANE LINN. Kimball. JOJEN LODER. Lincoln. LOREN LOY, Linroln. CLYDE LUTHER. Hooper. DARREL McCABE. Missouri Vallev, Iowa. JOSEPH McGILL, Omaha. MARIE MANGOLD. Gretna. SIl ' .VL MARK, Delavan. Wis. SHIRLEY MATHEWS. Evanston 111. FRANK MEYER. Linroln. MARGARET MICHELS. Fairbnrv. NANCY MILLER. Omaha. EDWARD MIYAHARD, Henry. MARY ANN MOHRMAN. Linroln, MARION MOON. Fairburv. NANCY MOORE. Sioux Falls. S. Dak, HARRIET MORTENSEN, Cnrtis. ROSEMARY MOTTER, " Fremont. ROBERT MULLEN. Connellsville, Pa. NORMA MYERS. Broken Bow. Konns Loy Miller Krause Luther Miyahard Kush McCabe Mohrman Lannan MrGill Moon Law Mangold loore Lenz Li nd holm Linn Loder Mark Mathews Meyer Mirhel Morleiisen Motier Mnllen Myt.r a 1 M f : " a sm Page 150 pi N. antlHll Rhode ' s Noble Nooi Nnnl.stroui iViersen Phillip I ' liillips Rue Ril ' hert Ringler Xnrsworlliy I ' liliiirky Roberts .1 f ove : KKANCIS XAIil.K. Lvmi. Mb-, . I.OWEI.I, NKII-SOX, SpaMiiiL-. NAXCY M ltl,K. I.in.dln. .lOANNE NotnZ. I.iii.-..lii. VIRCIXIA XOKDSTHOM. Wkv.tIv. .IOAX XOHSWOKTH Y. Colhenhuri;. ELIZA- liE ' lH OI.SOX. Hli...riiti.lil. I ' ATKlriA OI.SOX, dnklB.iil AKLEXK I ' AKK. I.iiunln. .MAKll.VX I ' AR- SOXS, (liiirth.i. I ' ATSY rAlTERSOX. I ' iltsliiiri.-. Kans. HAKOl.l) I ' KIERSEX. Oiiinhii MARY I ' ll II,. I. II ' . R,-.! ( «k. Ii.wa. CHKISIIXE I ' ll 1 1.1,1 1 ' S. l.in.iiln. I ' AISY l ' (II,XlrKY. Ri.l (Nmcl. EDWARD I ' RADO. Omaha MAKl ' IA I ' RATT. I,iii.-..ln. .lAXE RADAKER. Wisiur. MARY . XX HAXDAhl,. Omaha. .lOAX RHODES. S|..iul linu- MILDRED RK ' E. Liiirolii. MARY RICIIERT. Clav (Vnter. .lAXET RIXIM.KR. l.iniuln. CAROLYX ROHEKTS. Lincoln. (JLADYS ROHERTSOX. Liiii-oln. FRAX- K.-. RoliKR. ' l.iii.i.ln l:AUltM; l;nl.A ll I.Mi,..In !,•;..,. EI.IZAUETH ROSEXLOF. Linroln. ROISERT KOSENynST. Lincoln. SHIRLEY RVFF. Pa| illinn. ROItERT RISSEL. Saliiia. Kans. MARY RYOXS. San Marino. Talif LAVRA SCHERFF. Stockhani. AAROX SCHMIDT. Fremont. RITA SCIIMITT, liiinlon. DDXALD SfllXEIDER. Xorlon. Knn.s. KATH LEEX SIIIREIUER. Lincoln. .lEAXETTE SIIIWESER. David Citv. WILLIA.M SCOIT, fonnril UUilfs. Iowa. HARRIET SEIUEL, Wahoo. liLEX SHERMAX. Mnllcii. JAXET SHIVELY. Norfolk. LESTER SMALLEY. Wa. hint ton, U. C. DAVID SLASHER. Kan. a.-i Citv. Mo. JEAN SMITH. Vallev. Often In f RoM ' niinist Ruff Russel Ryons SpherlT hinitlt Schniilt Srhneider Schreiber Srhweser Scott eidt ' l Sheniian Shively Smalley Sliisher Smith, J • r- { € f ( 9 liKon. E. I ' radu Roli«rt. ion Olson, 1 ' . I ' rall Rogers I ' ark Ra ' lakor Roland MllSIl , Mill .■•I in, I ' ll lISi J- ' rom iilayiiij; a I ' laiiiu ' t in till ' fifth ifrade to loadiiijj: the I ' liiviTsity ' s iiiarcliiiii;- Iiaiid. music has always licld tiisl place ill Aaron Sclimitlfs lite. After heading tlie Fremont liiiili school liand, lie spent two ears in nniform leading tlie .■!4Slh Army hand. Ilis ' J. ' i-piece hand led the hnge Array day ])arade down Chicago ' .s State strt ' i ' t. In order to he the re- ipiired height, he had to add 2- incli heels to his shoes. The popular comho of this senior class president fre- ipieiitly jilays at a Lincoln hall- room as well as at fraternity and sorority parties. Page 151 ■v . 7 ,n TEACHERS Seniors Juniors . . Smith. J. Solomon Spcjr Steven Stewart siifti Strain Strasheim Siratloii Sullivan Siuwieen, E. Sundeen Swftiison Swerre Taylor Thomas TouVelle I ' rhanek Above: JOAN SMITir. Mcrnok. NEII, SOI.OMOX. f ' ulliiTlsiMi. MEREDYTH SPEIR. Fairhnrv. .lEAN STEVEN. I.iluDin, MAKIAN STEWAKT. Linrolii. EOKKEST STIFTT. Liiicdln. I.EANOR ' STK AI N. Limoln. LOKKAINE STRASHEIM. I.ili.iiln. IVAN STRATTON. WesI Point. CEORCE SLLLIVAN. RoL-kvillf. EfliENE srXDEE.V. EiiKciln. (iEORIA SINIJEEN. Fnirbiirv. ROBERT SWAXSON. Mindeu. JOANNE SWEKRE. Omaha. VIRCINIA TAYLOR. Si. Helena. Calif. RICHARD THOMAS. Cuslcr. S. Dak. ELIZABETH Tor VEI.I.K. I.incnlii WILLIAM CKIiANEK. Clarksoii, Beloi- : ROBERT VOLLMEE, Omaha. .lEA.VXE WALKER. Tohia.s. ALLAN W.MiNER. Sliom,-,hui-K. PATRICIA WATSON, North Bend. .lOSEPH WEILAXD. MeCciok. P.ARBAKA WEISHEL. Liniohi. ROBERT WIBLE. Lincoln. XANCY WIDENEK. Cornine. Iowa. BETTY WIESKA.MP. Beatriee. .lOSKI ' H WII, SON. Sidney. WILLIAM WOODSON. Topeka. Katis. ELIZABETH WKKillT. Clleiavv. Colo. MELVIN WRICIIT. Liiuolii. .niiii ir.i : .lOAN ALEXANDER. Omaha. LELAND ALEXAXDER. Plaiiiview. CAR OLVN ALMA. Davitl Citv. Ll " CILLE ANDERSON. Liiuoln. .lOAN ARMSTRONC. SI. Paul. KATHRYN BAKER. David Citv. DONNA liARTON. Cerintr. MARCIA BECKLEV. York. CECELE I ' .ENN. Marvi man. MARILYN BERGH. Omalia. ALFRED BLESSINli. Ord. SHIRLEY BORCH ERDI N ;. Liiieoln GRETCHEX BOWERS. Lincoln. LORENE UROWN. Lincoln Vol liner Wil.son Baker Weilaiid Alexander. .T. Ber h Weishel Alexander. L. Blessintr Wihle Alma Borcherdine a Widener Anderson Uow ers Wiuskanii ' Arnistroii;: Brown I Page 152 m 4 •O 1 i ! 1; Kiirkland ChrisU ' iisoii CriKik .4 ' .111. ' JAMK.S 111 IHANAN, K. rl Whmi- Ii..I IlKPIV lill.l,, Milliinl. MAUI lA l;l KKI.AMl. li,v I .iil.T. NANCY liriTON, Oirallnla. Clil.nK ANN (Al.DKH, " .ivii.-. .?ANKT CAMl ' llKI.I-. Cinlrnl Cilv. KATH- KYN (•AKI.St N. Fr iil. KOIIKKTA CAKI.SdN, Wmiiu ' lii. MAKY I.Ol ' CAKR. I.iiKiiln. JOAN (HACK. I ' iU-T. .lANKI ' ClIAMIMNK. Uninlui IIORIS CHRISTKNSON, Crait. PATRICIA CLAIM ' . M.C,., k, MARII.YX CLARK, Liii.iilii. LOKKAINK COATS. Smart. CLAYTON CONCKR. Lim|. City. MARILYN CO( TK. N. lpra«kn Cilv. NANKITK COWLKS. Stuart. CATHLKKN COX. Ara| alioi.. ANN CRAWFORD. Oinalia. ROItKRT CROOK. Liiuolii. JEAN DAHLKK. l!iMu-di t. DORIS DALLAM. Tal- niai;.- NANCY DAVIS. Omaha. UF.VKRLY DEAL. Omaha. DOANE DEITERIN(i. Riihiiioinl. Calif. SAR.V DEVOE. Lincoln. Hfh.i, : MARTHA Dll ' fS. Fremont. RlHSERT DIERS. Weiit Point. NANCY DIXON. Superior. THOMAS Dollil.AS. Omaha. HARIIARA Dl ' RLAND. Norfolk. SUE EASTERi;ARD, Fremont. .lOHN EWINCi. Nehra-ka Cilv. Lot " ANN FAIINESTOCK. Sirihner. ROBERT KICKE. David Cilv. .lOAN FIKE. Omaha. HARIIARA FINLEY. liraiid Inland. ELEANOR FLANAUIN. Ilarllev. .lOAN FORUES. Chad- r.iii. .lEAN FOWLER, Omalia. .SHARON FRIT7,I,ER. Lone I ' ine. SAR.VH KiI.liiN l,n....I.. I U HELEN C.ARTLAXD. fireelev. STANLEY OERLACH. Lincoln. I nrlsuii. R. Coupe Deiterine Carr CowleK Devoe icii! Diers !!winK Fjihne tuck ' orlw PowUt B C 1 ' V k , Dixon Ficke Frittler I oiit;liis Fike Ftillon Durland Fin ley (iarilaixl EasitTiranI FlanHirin Gerlarh i s ' - f . I II III t ii li lull I II I I . until Tlif simiiiicr of i:»4;i lidil a iii ' W ( ' Xi)erii ' iicc tor Alice .In Smitli of Lincoln. In a V V( ' A Itooklct slic read of a .Mctlio- ilist settlement house joh or- ,i;anize(l for cliililieii from New York City ' s slums. Chosen bt - caiise of her interest in elemen- tary eiluoation, she spent the summer directinir playschool activities for 9-year-ol(l g:irls. Education seems to run in llie Smith family with lier fa- ther a University professor and her mother a former .school teacher. Alice Jo ' s major in- terests are in art and litera- ture, ho])intr eventually to u rite cliildrcn ' s hooks. Page 153 TEACHERS Juniors Above : HARRY GTE.SSELJIAX. Arlington. PATKICIA CILBREAT}!, Omaha. liAKHARA (;lLMORE, Keaniev. JAXE GOERES. Sioux Fall.v. S. Dak. LESLEY GHAINGEK. Salinas. Calif. RICHARD GREEX. Lin- coln. BONNIE GRIES. Sulherlanil. JOYCE GRIFFITHS, lii-alrii-.-. HETTY HANSEN. Hastintr.-;. PA- TRICIA HEEBNER. Nebraska City. BEVERLY HELLEK. Clinlliani. N. .1. DWIGHT HERENDEEN. Fort Wayne. Inrt. .lOANN HINDS, David Citv. PATRICIA HINDS. Lincoln. RITH ANN HINDS. Weeping Water. .lOANNE HITE. Kearney. .lO.VN HOFF. Onialja. BRI " CE llOLMC I ' 1ST. Bertran.l. Below : JACQUELYN HOSS. Grand Island. JOAN HOYT. JleCook. ANN HI ' NTTING. Austin, Jlinn. MOLLY HUSTON. Omaha. FRANCES INGRAAI. Le. ini;ton. DELORES IRWIN. Sicmx Falls S. Dak. THOMAS IRWIN. Wymore. KENNETH .lACOBS. Minden. .lOANN .lEFFERS. Omaha. LOLA .lOHNSON. Mullen. .lEANNE KAIN. Lexington . DAYIDA KARTMAN. Omaha. POLLY ANN KENNEDY. Bartlett. VIR- GINIA KREUCH, Lineo. ' n. PATRICIA LAFLIN. Lincoln. DONALD LARSON. Decatur. .lEANETTE LAZEAR. Cheyenne. Wyo. KIRK LEE. Fremont. LLOYD LEll.MKl ' liL. Sidnev. .lANICE LIL.IEDAHL. Essex, luwa. ROSAN ' NA LOCKK. Inilejiendence, Kans. ROl ' .ERT LOHUHERG Lincoln. DELORES LOVEGROVE. Geneva. ANN LUEDER. Omaha. MARILYN LIT . I ' laltsmonlh. MARILYN McKIE. Red Oak, lowi. CHARLES McN ' AY " . Brooktield, Mo, ]ioss Hoyt Huntling: Huston Inj ram Irwin, 1). Jrwin. T. Jacobs Jeflfers Johnson Knin Kartnian Kennedy Kreucli Laflin Larson Lazear Lee Leiimkuhl Litjedahl Lofke Lohrberg Loveprove Lueder Lutz MrKie MrVay Page 154 fk O II M»)hhh| Mniiii Marlmker Muliriiiaii MoolM-rry Mnodit NoHtfrt-n. 1 . Xorderen. J. Norsworllij t- . Mnr.slmll Monrnii Ollrii-n Mnrlisoii Moriarly Pnyiiler IK ;1N1A MAIillAXZ. (irMiiil Islan.l Kl.l.KN MAHOOI). Xclich HATIIK MANN. H.hIiis VI1,1,I M MAKI ' .AKKK. C. lii Mfsn. Calif. SIZANNK M AK. ll Al,l,. Lhi.i.lii. .MAHY Kl.i.KN MAHTISON. Oiiialm. MAIil.A .MAKX. I.iiii.iln. CI.AUA KITH MIKSSl.KK. I ' nImiilMis. Sliritl.KY MIl.l.Kli. I ' a|.illi.ni. .TAX- Kl.l.K .MOIIK. S.Dit.sliliifr. .r. II. .MOIIU.MAN. I.iiiiolii. .MAUI. I .MOdllKKKV. . larvvilli . .Mo. KI.IZA HKTII .MOOIIIK. Vf l I ' oinl. MAUII.YN MDKCAX, .MiCoiik. XAIUNK .MolilARTY, l.iiuiiln. MAK- i: KKi ' MII.YANKV l.in.iilii. .IK.- SIK .MIKKAY. Allinii.c. AXAHKI, .M VIIIOI.AK. Slii lhv. KATHUYX NKWIKirsK. fliainlwrs. DOKOTHY XdUDCHKX. Walfrlixi. IKAX NOKDC l{ KN. (Jraiid island. .MAHY NOKSWOIMHY. iollu-iil.uri:. HKRNAKI) (VliHIKX. dinnha. DOKOI HY I ' AYXTKK, Omaha. ItVR- OKTIK I ' KIHA, Lincoln. HELK.N I ' KXXKK. Il.-alrirc liULTK rKKKI.XE. Lincoln. WWoi. ; WILLIAM I ' KKSICK. Linroln. WILLIAM riCAIU), ( . ' ncva. TIldMAS I ' OPK. .Suiion. ALK ' R I ' KAXIi. Valt ' iilini ' . DdXXA I-RKSCO ' IT. .M.-n.lola. Ill SlIIKLKY RAX.- DKLL. Lfxinmon. WAKKKX RA. .Ml ' S.SKX. (Vnlral Cilv. AXX UAY.MdXI). . . ..tKhlufr. .MARY RKINMARD. Linrnln. .SAXI RA RII)I KLL. S.otlslilufr. ROIiKRT ROKSKR, du-allala. CKUIIil UK ROK.SLKR. Linioln. SARAH RdTHKXIlKRCiKK. Il.alri..- DdXXA RIDDdCK. Ycirk. MARY RlSlld. InvlDr. JIARY RfSSKLL. I.iniohi. RICIIAKI) SATTKRFI KLI). . ' |.rinu ' ticl.l. CAKdL . ' (H KP.M A N. ' IV.nniM ' li. PiTsiik Rll.lMM-- I resrott ROCMT SatliTlli-ld Ran.sdcll Roeslcr Srhepnian 0 n f ip ) r ( i V .Marv Mtilvaney IVrha .Mi. ' s.sl.T Mnrray PiMinur Milk-r Myllinlar l ' rrine M llsir III III! Jir MiL iic is ill tiic air when ' ir- iiiiiia Taylfir t ' roni Kearney is aroinid. Altlidii.irli slic Ixvuan ]i( ' rf iriiiin,y at an early a.iie, her voice traiiiiiii;- ilid not l)e- uin until lii,gli . clio(il. She con- tinued at oolle,y:e and eventu- ally rated snjn-rior at tlie na- tional nnisic contest, frin.ijer cliinaxed lier college music ca- reer as Delta Omicron jiresi- deiit, attendinj, the national convention at .Milwaukee. She also presented Iier own vocal concert. Xot limited to nnisical activ- ities, (iinger was cliosen a.s a ninner-uij for ( " ornhusker lieauty queen. Page 155 TEACHERS Jun rors A SihlufltT Sliraiiiek Steven Scliiiiiil Sidles Storkstill Sclireiner Solfernioser Suverkriihhe t ShomrM Tayliir Ahovf : OHRISTIXE SCHLfETER, l.i.noln. MAItGERV SCHMU), Siil.fllin. Kaii LEO SCHMIUT, Fr.-inoiit NAOMI SCHREIXKR. Una.lilla .lOAN SELLEC ' K. Linculii. CHAHl.ES SHEFFIELD. Osallala. EJI MEKIE SHIiA-MEK. Wilbur. SHIRLEY SlULES. Liiiioln. .lOA.WE S.MITH. Omaha. AREA SOLFER MOSER, «■.■ ! I ' oiiil. (iEORCE SPATZ. Seward. ANITA SI ' RADLEY. IViuniseh. .lOHN STEVEN York. JEANNE STOfKSTILL. Liiuoln. SIZANNE STOLL. Keatrici-. -MYRTLE SUVERKRDBBE, Uennington. RAY SWANSON. Lincoln. RUTH TAYLOR, (iuidc Rock. IScloir : ANNE TEKiELER, Frenionl. MAR(;ARET ' I ' MOMAS. Valcnline. MARGARET THOMSEN. Lincoln. GEORGE TURNER. T.incoln. USVAINE VAN I ELT. Archer. MARGERY VAN I ' ELT. Liiuoln. .lAYNE WADE. Plainvicu-. .TAMES WALSH, Watcrhurv. t ' HAKLOTTE WARREN. Omaha. .TO ANNE WEAVER. Lincoln. SHIRLEY Wll IIAK KK. Kcil Cloud. ARDA ' I ' H WILCOX. Lincoln. 1 A ID WILES. Rennet. MIRIAM WILLEY. Winriclka. Ill .lEAN WILSON. Dcs .Moine . Iowa. .TOYCE WISEMAN. Trinitlatl. Urili.sh West Indies. DONALD WOODS. Haiijler. MARHARA YEAtiEK. Lincoln. Teiueler Thomas Thoiii en Wade Walsh Warren Wiles Wille.v Wilson 4 4=. A M X 4. mF ' W ' -f m s ' ¥ » Turner Weaver Wiseman Vanl ' eit. 1). WJiiiaker Woof In tjk --v- ' Page 156 Pi Lambda Theta i i Laniliila Tlu ' ta is a iiatiniial liduorary assdciatiiiii tor wiuiU ' ii inajorini; in ciliica- tioii. Kaciilty icf()iiiiiU ' iiilatii ii ami a ii.7 avfianc an- riM|iiiri ' (| t ' oi- iiiciiilicrslii|). Tlif lmiii i ' ai jiiililisliLMl a iiiiai " tfil .jdiiriial to int ' onii all tfat ' liiiii;- stinlciits ami irraduati-s of tin- latest (■diicational ticmls. They also maiiitaiiicii close eoiitaets witli otiiei ' U-acliinu: oriiaiii .atioiis. Tlieir inaiii fimctioii, (lireeteil liy I ' lcsiiieiit Xaiiey Xoltle, was tile Christmas tea lionoriiii; Itotli iimlerurailiiates and i;iailnates of Teaelieis ( ' ollei ' t ' . TeacliiTs HiUKiriiry (iroiip Serves Tea To vncouniiji hi ir slii l( nis in tiiirln rs rolltf t . Hart, run: ;. lliti, A. Sinilh, .1. JcnNCii. i . Polnifky. A. Park. Third roif : .1. Hnniiaford. J. Hedslrrttii J. hinn. J. KintliT. H. Soi.lel. J. r«rr. Serniitl rntr : .1. lliiiiNt ot , X. OranipK, M. ( ' niii|iHi I(), .J. Firklinf. I . .Toliani en. friiiil roil-: l. Karel. J. Sliiilli, X. Xotili-. K lirtillHIIl. I ' i iiaiiiliilii Tlietii Holds CotTee Hour ,-. Oft,, llnih, ,:i dU ' st si„al.. , . IJiillctiii Iloiifd Ke)»t I ' ll fo I);ite Essi iitii}} iriir iiiiili mil soiiri ' is lorii ' id. Wmn.-ii I ' lay liaskcthiill in Phys Ed Cla I ' iiil iif lidrlii rs ' triiining proyraiii. Student Works in (i iriiiastic ' s Class Phys cd cintrst pari of Trnrhcrs college. Class Informals school of ( ) Z HUSKERS OUTSTANDING • • .liilin (i. Xciliardt ' IT Only Poet Laurealc of . ' ( l)r(i.fl -ii. ilrrlicrt •Johnson ' 0:1 ( irtoonist for Saturday Hi ' riiinf Post. I;i li(i|) (Ji ' oriri ' A. I ' x ' fclu ' r ' " Epi.scopalia n leader. (Irand Lodf r, -Mari Sandoz ' :!() Author of " Old . lilts ' " Shxjuiii Ifiiiisr. " X Howard Jlanseii " ■] ' ) Director of Ens! man Hchool of Music. Pulitzer prize in music. Page 160 Dwi ' lit Kii-sfh ' l!l Director U nice rsit y art yalleries. Director Edmundson art center at Dis M(jines. «i ® Wilhi CallHT ■!(.■■ . i(lliar iif ••One of Ours " . Associali Editor JlcClure ' s maejazine. Pulitzer prize winner. arts A: •.:.:.; K. Vi ' .stbri)ok IHnclor iif tiff I ' irliool of Fini Artx •li. l)raiii;i SiiuK ' iil.v Li ' jirii ;il ' l ' i-iii|)li ' iJuiltliiij: I ' tiivirsity radio xlntioii A ' .V ' also lurv. School of Fine Arts provides art, speech, music, radio courses for talented students Till- Scliodl (if Fine Alts iiiclu(lc till ' (If- l)Jn•tnu ' Ilt of art, sjjoi-cli and nuisit-. Tlif art (li ' ])ai ' tniont is lioiisi-d in Morrill liall with the riiixcrsity art i:alli ' rics. At tlio present tinic. iiKHr tlian " Ji " ' tiiilciits are takiniif art eonrses in iiri ' i)aration for ad- vertising:, teaeliinn " interior deeoratinii, ceramies, i)aintini; ' or sculpture. Till- speeeli ilfiiartiiicnt iiiclndes tive ari ' as: puhlie sjicaking, deliatc and discus- sion, interpretation and theatre, radio iiro- duction and liroadcastinii ' , speech education and speech iR ' ariiii; ' tlK ' ra))y. Majiir (•Ii eliililes of tlie inii ic deparl- iiiiiit are the University symphony orches- tra. I ' liiversity siiiyers, University liaiid and the clioruses. I ' iiiiKi .Mji.jors I ' rapticf in Music School Class Phiiiiitii. listi tihifi — hiilli raliialili i .rpt rii nvr. Art Students Lcani to .Make .lars. Vases f ' l ramies la I) — pracfiral i)i. tnirti ni. Mu Phi Epsilon lUirl nil ' ' : I,. N.-whill, li. Shuiiiiin, A. Si radley. J. (:! .. k. .Second row: M. Meyer, M. Phillip, J. Sorensen. J. Hrhweser, D. Kroltei-. Front row r M. Schachl. M. Schult ,. M. Tiioinas. K. Hanson. K. Xmvhouse, J. Hansen. A si.x a ' ci ' ;i,iir and an interest in music aff llic i ' c(|iiii ' cnicnts t ' oi ' incnilx ' rsliip in Mm IMii I ' lpsilmi, national |ir( fi ' ssi(inai niii- sie soi ' ority. Mciiiiicrs sn|i|)ni-tc(| ail mnsical rnncti( n of tlu ' Sclidol (if .Music and tlic I ' nix ' ersitx ' . The group also preseiite | i pul)lic cmi- oorts this year. T]ie fall (•(mccrt was ii -en in con.jnnct ion with tlircc otlirr innsic Imn- orai ' ics. Besides ,t;rant in.u ' innsic scholarships and service awards, tlie ,L;roup held a .yet-ac- fpiainted tea in the fall for new women students in the School of Music. Mu I ' hi Kpsiloii Offieer.s Meet Siiliiiiii niuKical surromuUnfis. Mcnilicrs -Idiii in .Ahvtiiiii ' Di.M ' ii.ssiirii .1 ». (■ lorcrs (Ubat new ideas. Page 162 Delta Omicron . lu ic iiiajiirs witli a wi ' iulilcd axfriit-c nt ' six arc clisiililf to lu ' inciiilicrs of Delta hiiicrnii. Music |n ' it ' oiiiiaiu-c ainl apincci- atiiiii arc stioscil liy tlic grim|i. Mcinlicrs iif tlic somrity sliowcil tlicif accoiuplisliniciits at pulilic concerts nivcii in tlic sprinu ' ami tall. Other aclivitics of tlic i;iciii|) iiiclinlcd lioldiiiy a liake sale at the Schiiol ut ' Music ami iiafticipatiim in a ,srot-act|iiaiiitci| tea ' y tVi ' slmian wnineii in music. D. ' ilii Oiiii.-iui, II, ,1,1, l ' ' all i ' lvfcivii.-.- r,irl Frish 11)11 II (jirls ninht fiiiiil i-hnio . lUirk rni ' : J. llniicr. M. Krof.sc. J. Ah- Ixihl. Srrond ruv : M. Unilly, N. Hareen, It. Hrcck. J. Mohr. Front row: J. Siiiilh, B. Gilinorc. V. T«y- l, r. S. Easlrrearil. K. Dran. Actives. . ' c v l ' |c(i;;i s SiiiL. ' ' I ' l , ' • t lie r Musii- inn jiirx iitili; fnh iil. ' . Music Sorority Ofticcrs .Meet Infiiniiiil (lisruasioii — tit fhiilr fircisio iis. Sigma Alpha lota Siyiiia Aljilia liita, fmindfil in ]!)(i. ' l. lias the distinction tl ' licin tlic ulilcst and largest of all nin ic sdiuritii ' s. its mem- bers t ' ost M ' acliit ' xcinrnt !n innsic and sclxil- arsliip. Regniar nmsieales, a Cliristnias I ' atron- ess tea and the Interfraternity and Seliol- arshi]) concerts were highlights of the year, (iwcn -McCormack was president. Aclivcs Perforin for SAI Huslit-es Uiisir from iiiiik( shift iiislriiiiK iits. SAI Officers Fdiinulatc Plaii Around harp, hurmoni girls. Hack row: J. Walters. S. Voorhees. I Huberts, A. Hall, J. Liljedahl. Third rou-: K. Burl, S. Koehler, G. S.in dels, B. Weddel, G. Xovotny, K. Baker. Srroiid rou: : J. Piillerton. K. Forbes. X Norman, J. 8ehnert, H. Murray, H Swanson. M. Harms. Front row: L. Brown. P. Olson. V. Xord sironi, G. MeCorniaek, R. Lavine, L. Beasing. Actives. Kusliees Gatlier I ' lirly convfrsation prevails. Si • ) i t i ' -J ' I 1 Page 164 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia itViri ' i l ' ri ' |iiirc Naiional K -|miii All kiiiiifli l ji — tiiptil iiiiil iiiiisiriil. ytai-t roir.- E. MilrhelJ. 1 ' , Kaird. .T. ( ' hrisleiiM ' n. R. Uniwn. M. Myhrc. J. Heri- ean. M. Orobeck. Fitlh roir: C. Woolwinp. K. Phillips. .1. Tlioriii. .1. WclK. M. M.Kenney. 0. Kla»ek. Fourth roir: J. Waddill, R. Zantrer, .J. Srhaiiniltun;. K. ( " hah. K. (iarretson. J, Moran, H. Slaicle. Third roir: F. .Inne: . E. Hernandez, I). Si-hiieider. D. Crandell. E. Kuy|ver. W. Rei. ' «t. v. .laenike. Srrond mir : I ' . MrVay. K. Srhamiihiiri:. R. Marli ' ll. H. Sienknerlil. R. MrEwen. A. Barnard. H. Gie. %!seltnan. .1. Uellnn. Front roir : I). Kurinek. J. Stevenson. D. Riilirs. I . LolslH ' irlt. E. Wisllimw. D. Dellineer, L. Forney, R. Roseni|nist. To lu ' lj) anniaiiit the piililic witli Aiiht icaii music, the lUfii di Plii Mii Alplia Siii- fimia si)niis(irf(l aliiniiii artists and faculty concerts, ami in cunjnnction witii the music sororities, lielpeil ])rniluce tiie annual sprin;; concert. Under the lea leisliip of Llnyd Lot- speich. Dean Dilliiiicei ' . Bob Kosenipiist and .Fames Steven.son, tlie group |)reseiited a ( " hristnias Cantata at Veterans hospital. Sinfonia alsn granted a scholarship t niemheis. Boys (Jatlier t ' i r Tuik ' .Session " Hail, Sinfotiia ' ' — fraf entity song. Icmbers Take Break l)et veeii Classes Cok ' s lit Hi rill ii ' s. Page 165 Jiark row: J. Hoss. R. VoUiner, D. An- derson. F. Jacobs, M. ToIIiver. Seroiid row: S. Kent, J. Hanson, C. Lu- Iher, C. Evans, J. Bailey, X. Porter. Front row: L. Xelson, E. Jorgensen. s Sokolot, D. Meyers. E. Bantrofl. .Mi ' iiiliiT- i ' ' .Mplia I ' lpsildii IiIkj. iiatinii- al radiii li(iiinrar ' , kept Itusy iJ(iTis( riii, i ' ami iiindiiciiii;- their new radio . ' Imw, " Aii- thur.s of tliL ' Ages. " Tlicy also i-fcci i ' d practical exjDerienoo tiie production of llii ' ir spriiii; show, " ' Fit ' t ' Vear.s of Ka- dio. " " KXr, the riiivcisity radio stalioii. nlVcri ' d iiiaiiN ' opportunities for the urouj) to jiractice and disjihiy tlieir lah ' Uts. Radio Workers Wjitch Amateur " ■Jlam " " Sliow I ' lii " ljr( .• inid Ijoves " provide laughs. Actors Give " Footlifrht Frolics " Skit EarJij (tutox hriiu trials, Irihulalious. ' OUhilioiiui " ' N ' lnnher I ' .sed in Insical Hevuc " Faitllii lil Frillies " — iop ntrriainini ) l. Page 166 school of Z z o HUSKERS OUTSTANDING K.... :;...iia A. . Irt uiUU ' ll. -Jr. ' 41 Editor of Nebraska State JovrnuL Pulitzer prize winner in ' 48. One of the ten outxtandiny iionng men of ]. ) ' )0 ill I ' liilril States. SmihucI K. ilcKelvie ' 1. " ) Publisher ebra.fl -a Farmer. Publisher Colorado Ranrher and Farmer. Pre. ' iiflent of MeKelvie PubJi. ' thinfi com piniji. .Idsi ' pli Seaci-fNt " 1 ( ' o-publi.sher of Nebra. ' Iia State Journal. Chairman board KFAB. Paul 11. Ziiiinirriiiaii " 27 Sports eilitor of Los Angeles Times. kditor on Stars and Stripes and Yaidc ariin OKUjazine. . Mf olistn Harvey . ( ' liraiicli ' 96 Fditor-Fmi rHu,s of Omaha Vorld-Uerald. Xi ' w 15m-iu ' lt Hall In-autiticN ( ' aiii| iis Tliiril floor — Sclioul of Journnlixni. Williiiiii F. SwiiidliT Pin ftor of till Sfliool of J oil null ism Journalism school trains young people to work on daily, weekly publications The Sc ' lioo! of .Idunialism combines valuable ' I ' liivt ' isity courses witli specialized reciiiireniciits oi " niodei ' ii joiiiiialistic practice. Its expamliiiy proirrani ot " seixice and researcli make many con trilmtioiis to the newsjiapers of Nebraska. Tlie scliool otVers an increasinjr number of well-trained yonni; people to till tlie many o])ejiinns in small Xi ' braska ne vsj)ai er in addition to tlie nietropol itan dail ' iinl)lications. I ' hotfi I.,ab Students Li-arii to I ' sc Caincras I ' ortrait photograph if under dixcussion. Jonrnalist.s Study Papers in Reading Room Subscriptions to 300 newspapers. l:,i,l, ■.,, ' . J. FuilNlir. .M. CuliilJlii ' l ' i. J;. liaiiJfl. 11. (irui-ii. •Second row: B. Larsen. S. Reed. J. Rediger. A. Cramer. L. liantrliart. Front roir : X. rhul)buck, .J. Becker. B. Schlerht. .M. hiitlier. S. Holmes. Jminialists Critit-ize N ' cwspaju ' rs High school pulilivnlioux ju hiid. Theta S gma Ph 1 Tlii ' ta Si.yTiia Plii offers jounialistic cx- |icririicc to its nicnil)Pi-s. ' I ' o liclong- to tliis ]ii-(il ' i ' s i iiial lidiiiirary. wniiicii willi an apt- it mlc I ' or jiiunialisiu must iia t ' a si. ax ' cr- agi ' ill all (■(lurscs. Tssiiiiiu ' a ixililicity Ixioklct for the school ot ' joiii-iialisDi and a liiuii school press di- rectory, Tlieta Sigs also helped sponsor tile liiiili school jjress convention. Presi- dent Barbara Schleet directed tiie ai-ious acti ' ities of the i ronji. Sigma Delta Ch I " Hit that deadline! " Si-ma Delta Chi men learn udoil joiinialisui at i)anels where nnder- iiiadiiatc and professional members of tJie press discuss eoninion practlccN and pidMcins too-etlu ' r. Another project of the Jonnialisin honorary this year was to present a clinic on connti ' y coi ' - res])on(lence for weekly newspajjers. Headed by ( ' harles .Molii ' . the group co-sponsored the annual high school press convention. Imjvs l- ' ilc Rcadiiifr Room Papers I ll-nijOrnu ' d joiirjiiillsts irork. Ilnrk rotr: A. Beam. K. McCormiek, W. Nuekolls. W. Siiiilh. Serond row: H. Haiineman. T. Kisclie. R. Bayley, R. Rigps. R. Fensler. Friiiil ii,i. 1). Davis. .1. .Miller C, .Molir. 1.. Iliiryeii. C. Con iilev Kappa Alpha Mu A plioto-joiinialism li(iiii ' i;ii , Kaiip.i . l]ili;i Mu iiroiiioti ' s liiuii standards dl ' iiliotdiiiapli) ' . Kstal)lislicd at Xi ' liraska in 1!I4(!, tin- oruaniza- tioii rf(|uiri ' s nu-inluTs In liaxc a six avcrairc and aliilitx in itlioto.iifrapliy. As Well as lioldiny many ]»linti t ' . liil)its, tiio Inmorary alsn tmik pictures nf couijIcs at tlio Mnitjir Board I ' .all. Hiiccrs (iiMirifi ' Turner, Boh Duis and Duane Xielson pei-t ' ofllU ' d tile e. ecuti " e duties of tllC irroup. liii.-l. ii ' K (iij-- , K It ' ll-, K, I iihl wrll. M. MilliT. V«iil run-: I). Nii ' lM-n, P. P -.t ' " • ■ Kan, N. Uurinri.v, ( . l lrll r KA.M ' s Ijisti-n to .M a rjr;! ret llourke While I ' m nil r- friiiii fumnii fili jilml n ' li ' i jihi r. ( lianfclliir I?. .Siilijeel ot ' Lite riii Iiij. ' iii|ilier Margard B. Wliili illustnitfs rorrfcl jonrnnlislir pliotofiniplni. Page 171 student Wcirks in l)ark l ij(ini I ' liolojiiii jili 11 III ir imi null isiii • luiiinali iii Students (iatlier News Stories EdiliiKj hill- jiiiii-tlcal xchool .inpphnicnt. Class Informals Boys Set Tj-pe in Journalism Lah l.ni ' ihijicf! opirnfiil I ' I k hmnl set. High School Students Publish h ' ln at I ' ress Convent ii ' ' ((■.s7 fast of ciilli i i iiiihlirnl lulls. rr school of Z Z e5 HUSKERS OUTSTANDING • • 1 » . m Thodn Ljirit ' W ' atennan ' 21 Executive Director Central Atievci fur rhnrniraJhi ill. .Mar ard iJav " -Vl Sccretarij. Ndtiomil Fedenition of Sriflf iiK Ills. Xdlloii ' il YW ' CA luiiird. Viola Coiistaiife IJredeiihi ' rjr ' " 57 Assistant Professor of Nursing Kdiiratioii al Catholic Vnivrrsitii of Ann rii-n anil I ' liin rsiti of Micllif an. I{iitli Knit ' stiiic Sinioiisoii ' 30 I iistriictiir nl I ' lihllc lliiilth . nrsin i. Siirnciisi I ' nirersilf . I ' uhlir Iiiallli ciinsii ' taiit , Xi ' hraslid Shift I)i pari III! nt iif llialth. X utsing Ili ' dwijr ( " pcplia Toellc ' -■!() Assuciatt Professor of Public llialth Sursinf , Yale rnirersitji. Staff ' nurse, Visitin; Xnrse (issociation. Condurled nalionwidi public health workshops. siiW Iriiia .MiHirinc Kyle UinvUir of tin School of Xiirsimi Xurscs Ltaiii liahy ( ' aii ' al Iliopital 7V;.s7i ' of pvdiolric mini. School of Nursing gives instruction and practice in classes, laboratories, hospitals 111 1 ' . ' 17 till ' Sclidol (if XiirsiiiL; a rslali- lislu ' il as a part nt ' the ' dllciic of Mcdiciiii ' . Instruction and piaftict. ' in nursiiifi; is ear- rioil on in tlir classroom ajid lalioratorics of the School of Niirsiny and the ( ' ollcuc of Mrdiciiic. Hotli arc located in huaiia. Practical experience is irainiMJ fioni work in the T ' niversity liosjjital. ' I ' lie scliciiil prii idi ' a prnt ' t. ' ssioiial pm- gram of inslnict imi and experience to ])re- pare the individmd nurse to ,a:ive skillful, sympathetic and intelli ;-ent nnrsinir care. It also tries to develop in the individual luirse a desire t ' or pei-snna! and pinfes- sional iifowth ami a feeliuii ' il prol ' essioiial res])onsil)iiity. Stiiili ' iit . iirst s I )|i ( ' (irn in Kitclicn A ' t ' r hniiry itt I ' mil.litii} hull. Xurscs Eiil Lum-li in l!(»pital CiitVteriii Pntii Ills fill. I III sl ' itl ' lilts. mals Stndi ' iit N ' lirsc ' s Give Xoii-nu ' dical Aid In I ' alicnt Little LeRoy — pediatric case. Page 176 military Z Z HUSKERS OUTSTANDING • • livny Adlii. Kliiorx " Staiilry ' 04 Commander of all mwal supply flcpals. DistivfiiiifliK] Srrrict (iiriiril. Uriji ' . (icii. Sain P. 8e( ' ly ' 20 Chief of surgical services of V(lHl r Rml r ctirrril hospiiill. -Maj. Ucii. lloi-aL-e 1 . .M(_-l Iri.lc ' 11 Commandant, Command and (rrnrral Staff college. Disfingiiishrd Seri ' ice medal. (icn. Harry Clyilr liiiilrs " 10 Cliii f signal ojlici r of .Inni . World War II . Dcpiiti) conniunidi r of ■Jiiriipioii till nil r of opi rill nnis. Page 178 s ' Gen. .Inlin -I. I ' crshinjr " li:! Command! r in Chief of I ' nited States ( .rp( ditionarji forces during World War I. ( cil. .l.iiiM ' s 1 1 Wiirkniiiii Horc I ' M ST .l. . ll-:s M WKo ' l ' ll Ciultt CohnKl Stmlciits (Ji ' l (iriiii|i liistnictiiiii in Fi ' -ld ArtilliTv I ' riijivt — brci i-li lilnrks. ROTC ' I ' lic (IcpartiiU ' iit ot " Militnr Science ami ' ractics is till- olilot of tlif tlirei ' serxicf units on caniinis. I ' lnliT tile cuMiiuaiiil of ( " olont ' l .lames 11. Work man. tlie Army (K ' |iartmi ' nt offors a iiasic two year foiirse in infantry. Held artillery, enuiiiei ' rs old- nanci ' and military police. After completiiii; ' this course, tile (Mit taniiimr sophomores may apply for aiKanceil trainiim. Wlieii s|)ecialize(l trainiuji ' is completed, each candidate receives a commis- sion in the I ' nited States Army or its reserves. This proirram ofYers sn])erif)r traininti ' and in- stlMlctioU hesides experience ill leader.--li ip ;illd si ' r ice. (JroiiiKl Force Men Learn to I ' sc Ilfind Radios Sii iiiils ritiil to ojii riifiiiii ' v wee w. tis (r. l)( ld( r. II. Knthini. ■J. »■ -., ,. , ' . M,„,s. ■;. Pullrli. Military I ' f lic( ' Study Zoiiin;. ' ' iiart .1 iiniiiis. piiriiili s. till !i n liiiii iinlir. . l;i|) Kciiiliiifr Holds .Military Ieii " s AttPiitKni Striitiii ' if points li citti(l. l()l)iii ' lldwit .cr SiM ill l- ' iriiiii- I ' dsitimi " Till liiiiiihs burst niij i ii air . . . " ummer Between tiie twn years (if tlie advaiu-ed ti ' ainini; ' course, Army K()T( " officers are sent to sunnner caiiiii to receive ]3ractica cxjjericnce in the tiaiiiiim aii l leading ' of men. ' I ' liese canijis are located at Alierdeen Proving- (irounds, Fort (Jordoii, Fort Si Camp McCoy and Camp Mead. While on duty, the men live as res -uhir enlisted men. recei ' in,i; ' tln ' same traininu-. f 1 and pa ' . Suiiiiiicr Hit ' lc .Mark ' iii;iiislii|) ( ' hiss Meets Sii hls set shot find. ■ " ' 4.. r.4fff 9 ' ilf y» lii-iruL-lor Kneels t- [ ' ■-..: ' .: diii ■l ' ri-linK-alhir , Carbine firing mastered at summer camp. Cadets l cani l ' uiidauicntals ul ' 10. " ) iiiiii. liowitztM- .4 camp, army field work. Page 180 ' ,i|il ' riiniini-. A. I »iino Ml, . !, ' ( TC ( ' iiiiiiiniiKhiiil Ivirliiii l K. li.M-kn.li .1 iilsh iiJiiin II ( ' iijiliiiii Mililiiry Scicin-c l iiililiii r Hnsi for (ill iiiilihirii ii ii mtinus. NROTC Till ' Xcliniska unit [ ' Xlv( » ' ! ' ( ' wiiicli was cstali- lislicd in 1! ' 4. ' ). lias t-niliarkt-d (in a plan for tlic tiaininu: of future naval offici-is. Afti-r passinu vi ' ul physical and nu-ntal tests, students enrolled in tile Xaval K ' eseivc Officers Traininn- corjis are placed in one of two classifications — rciiular or contract. Kegulars take three summer cruises lastinj;: six to eight weeks while the contract stu- dents take one three week cruise. After .uTatlna- tion. they serve two years in the I ' nited States Xa y or Marines as commissione l ofHcers. ( ' ap- tain Thomas A. |)oiici nn heads the department. . ' . Rock Will, H. Srhniber, H. Shiilrr. K. Josihiii. Xavy .Mi-ii Li-;irii to I ' se Siijiial Flaf. ' s on Slii|i Tntn.slatf flinj rmh missin is. Cadets Read Si iit. . iiii I ' d mm. (Jiui li ' mill — 11 i III — •( . f W ' f ' ' -Vi0 " lamMr . a Mvit Exiuiuiie liO luiii. Twin Mouut AA Gua .4 summer cruise, insiriicfional experience. XKOTC Midsliipmeii Get Leis ;ii I ' .arl Ilailior Greetings from Hainiii. Ci summer ruise " .loin tlic X;i y and sec tlic world. " TI108C " are the words on the lijjs of XHOTC cadets as they embark on snmmer training- cruises to Hawaii, Havana, Pensacola and IJtth ' ( " reek. Virginia. Besides offering an exceHent ojipoi ' tunit) ' for travel, the suinnicr cruises enalile cadets, future of- ficers in the Navy, to gain first-hand ex- perience ill seamanshi]) and leadership. . ;i y .Men H fcive Ra ]i i K |iiipiiicnt I iistiiiction K iioirledge — ' lln tiri.sf of a ilial. . ' avy SuinnitT Cruise Carrier Aloha to Hawaii. •IuhIdis Hci-i ' ive lu-Scrvice Information on ISliip . ( Creek, Virginia — site of learning. Page 182 Air ROTC Xi ' W tii ' lds of coiuiminic-atioii :iii(l li;iM |piprfati(iii wiTi- o|icncil wlifii tlir Air Fi.nc-c was niiidc a st-pa nitt. ' and iiidcin ' iuli-iit l)raucli of tlit- K()T( " traiii- iiiir ])rojnain. Air H(rr( ' is desijnied s]n ' (itirally tn di ' Vi ' li p future odiiimuuii-atioii and adniinistra tinn offici-rs; it does not train jpilnts or otln ' i ' lli lit ottin-rs. Students reeeive fundanu ' utal instruction in tlicir lirst four semesters of trainiuu. Tliis in- cludes courses in Tunitration, first aiil, leadersliiji and drill. There are now aipproxiniately . " )()() basic and ad- vanced students studyinjr under tlie air division. Lieutenant Colonel Alex ( . .raiuicscm is in coni- niand of the irroup. Li. (il. Alex ( . .laiiUfNciii .li . ' 07Y ' Profrssor ( ' mil I Col nil 1 1 . ir Science Class Learns at OtTiit Field ( ' oiiiiiiitiiicatioii.i, purpoxc of lniiiiinii Irip. ( ' . Iluh. a. Mi(Jiiii II. W . litnniiiiii. I.. W istliiit . Class (Jets Air Science Int ' nrniatinn Charts, iiiiotln r I ' natrurtioniil iin thoil. Tile ( ' ii|itaiii Delivers Class Lecture h ' lulios. topic lit ho ml. .Major lloiig is Gret ' teil at Scott Air Dasc Arriviiifj. reseri ' f unit rhi( f of staff ' s assistdiit Cadets Atteud Classes at l.owi-y Field Air-minded aspirants at ii-arl,-. •ummer A,s pari id ' the Air Forec liM » ' ! ' ( ' ti-aiii- ing program, students art ' rci|iiire(l tn at- tend a stimmer camp for six weeks after they have eomphded their first year of aiivaiiced training. There they make i)rac- tieal use (d ' the tlieoretieal and teidinieal knowledge ol)taine(l at the University. This year tlie future Army officers encam])e(l at Scott . ir P " ' oree base and at Lowry Air I ' ' orce l)ase. Kliiilil Drill on llie Parade (irouiid Air h ' OTC ' s tiiiiil iini. Linrrij Field. ladels Don (lean I niloi-nis al ' li ' r llivduai Twri-wi ' ik ramp provides irainint . Cadets I ' lay ' cilleyl}all lielweeii Sessions Off iliitii. lint slilt up In till air. ■ ■ ' ■■ ' ■ „•. •■«.; . Page 184 I DA Alfii Kilax 111 1-i)Uiil:i ' I ' iofisii)ii of Mililiiiii Sri) net hiiihlitnj t iiA t ittiit ' r I ' liiii .Militjiiy . laiiciiv«Ts Stiiil ' Ills ill risi iiiiijiir iijii niliiiiis. COA All Mipliinnoii ' , juiiioi ' ami si ' iiior stii- ilt ' iits ill H( ' rc ari ' nu ' iiilxTs of the Caiidi- (latc ( MliriTs a sociat iiiii. |)cli ' iiniiiiim tlif |M)licics ol ' all till- stuilciit iiiililaiy oiiian- izatioiis ami (Mtordinatiiii: tin- xariniis mili- tary t " lnu■ti()ll all ' the ri ' pDiisiliilitics of this urouj). Thi ' military t ' linctions under their leadership iiiclmli- aiTaiiyi ' meiits for a leeture series, parades ami military days. Tills representative jjronp of candid.ili ' ot1icer works toiiflhcr to further the mili tary aims of the advaueed eitrps of caihli date otiicers. It liriniis the (•adcl closer loyctlier in their militaiy lives and helps aehii ' Ve the purposes of tlieii ' ori;aiii ,at ioii. Ill add it ion to its rem liar duties, the t ' (lA, under tlie leadership of I ' resideilt K ' oliert I ' lieips, oii;aiii .ed and pii ' seiite(| the annu- al Militarv Ball. Hnrk r ,, ' V. (;n.Tf . H. HiMT inann. E. rullen. It. Ilaylf li. rhUholni. J. Ot rfrel. Third mil-: E. Waimer. O. A ' lM»rs, R, Farnhain. F. Ho r land. H. Sclir. ' ilxT. R. Zwari, M. .Iaiii.-s. I . .M.Af. ' .v .sVrodrf rail-: L. WV. rJint;. M ODell, .1. Vel(hin. K. Myer- R. Halin. H. Smith. H. Ka riavy. Frimt rinr : R, Rnvkwell. e, Hueli.- . r. Bre.s. nian. R Phflps. r.. Wilr.ix. O. .M. Queen. .a ' v ' Page 185 r 1 -:i ' r ]| i B. ' 1 n Rk i K f yw LjK iiiail HI I ijyj L y r 1 i mI I 1 j 1 K- ■ i ' l H l 1 ' ' ' ijfli ■ H ' H H m f Ks»J ggHL i f ' •• 1 I. fl Military Ball l ' ' iillii iiiu the cii.-tnin lit ' pasl ycai-s. the Military Ball again oih-iuhI the t ' onnal sca- Miii. The oxcfwhclmiiii; ' job of staj i)iji ' tlic P)all was uivcii to the I ' epreseiitativc body iif K ' » ' ! ' ( ' stuilciits, the Candidate OfliciTs assdciat ion. ( ' crcnionics iicforc the Ball consislcd o| ' a concert iiy the ii( ) ' ! ' ( ' inai ' chini: hand and an exhihition of sn]ierioi ' inarching hy the i ' ei ' shini; Killcs crack drill i|uad. After the ])rescntat ion of the llonorai ' ( ' onnnandant I ' hleen Dei-ie ' , which o|iened the P.all, the (irand .Marc-h was lield. frankie t ' arle and his nrchesti ' a fni ' tiished innsic. lleiioi ' ary CoiiiinHndant Eileen l cricfr Claims mlhhnii hiinors. Cadet Ci)iiniiaii(lers i.eail (irami -Mareii lifdiihi mill Ihi brass. Page 186 Cjuli ' ts KntiM ' tiiiii Connnaiuliiiil Finalists ;it Tea For thi ciniilitliiti s, a criliinl i i r. ' iMi|ilcs Kiijoy Kraiikif Carli- ' s ' ■(Jdldeii Toiicli " .1 ' " ' " . ' iirli ' v riiriiriDi i-tiniis ciillitiii. Dancers Take a ItrcatluT at Intcrniissiipn .1 iviillz. II rhumhii — (Uiil Ihi ti i nst. (TS c. ' . o Ci li.i.i. ,,.,■ ( . iKK»re. J. (.U1.IIII-. t.. Kiiu, 1 . KklwriEr. J. Chedesler. J. Dennis. Fn i,l nnv : . Shull. J. Jarkson. J. Gud- j-1. (;. Morris. B. Griffin. R. P ' rank. ;«-■ ,■ ruv : K. Scott. T. HruzH. 1). Woods. L. Hentr, L. Keister. Fourth roiv : R. Stohler, D. Snowdoii, E. Robinson. D. Hohl. D. Austin, M. Lont;- more. Third row: R. Esper, G. Erickson, R. -MHskell. D. Bie.sendorfer, J. Wroth, D. (ianiiier. J. Stharf. St-rtnifi nil ' - R, f ' urley. K. LeGrand. A. Uryiint. J. Ourr. R. Hauernieisler, K. CotVnian. Front roir ■ H. Bennin er. J. Doyle, E. I ' lillm, H. JU--h ' v. W. King. Legion de Fusiliers ' I ' lii ' newest (if military lumorary socie- ties, lA ' .i;iuii (le Fusiliei ' s was first ( r,t!,aii- ized for infantry students at the I ' liivcrsity of X( ' l)raska in l!t4! . Tliis organization ;is founded to stimulate advanced stu- dents with llie (h ' sire to l)e( ' onie ofheei ' s, to pronidte the " es])rit (h ' coriis " of tlic in- fantry and to uive the general puhlie and stuih ' Ut body a better undi-rstanding of tlie duties of this service hraiicli. Red Guidon An honorary lield aitiUeix unit, the i ' ed (luidon association was organized in I ' .l. ' l? to bring aliout a closer relationshij) among the students enrolled in the lield ailillei-y branch of the h ' eseive Ollicers Training corps. Re-established on the Xel)raska campus last year, tlie association has grown both in size and activities due to the efforts of Kd Pullen, the unit commander. Lefrion de F ' lisiliers Officers Meet ArDiif (iri)Hp heijins n w project. Red Guidon .MciiiIuts i ' :irtici|ialr in i ' ai ' adi ' Occasion, AnnLsticc Day. Page 188 National Kopirsrntativos K ' Iax at Hall Aftt r itttttiii( s, (hlnjntrs (lanct. flafk rotr : J. NirhiilMiii. H. Vi ' ,s ' I , K. Th lor, I . Kk lM»nr, I). Hanson. SmnttI rvu : J. Woldon. i. Mrt Tu-vn. K. I ' uIUmi. T. I r win. .1. Hnnlt»p. Front roif : G. Kranris, J. Ruscmiuist. .1. Wroih, .1. Tiphe. J. iood. National Pershing Rifl es n Since tlie t ' (»nn(liii,u: of Peisliinij; Killcs ill lSi ' J on till ' Xeliraska campus, tlic ovijaTi- izatioii lias ,u:ro ni into a stroiiu; national socict ' coiiipriscd of 7 i iiiiils. Tlic main licadquartcrs for this uTowintidrnanization has rcmaincil at Xchraska. It is on this camjius that the ilctailcd work of coonli- iiatinu: the units is carried on under the stu- di ' iit direction of ( ' (unmaiidcr .Iimn- f. Wrotli. Officers Stiuly Memorial Plaque at Assembly Xcbraska ' s dcligaic, National Commamh r Jmn ' s Wroih. Page 189 Pershing Rifles Foiiiiilcil liy tlic late (Jciicral Jnlm .1. Persliiiiii ' , tile local chapter nf iV-rsliiiii; RiHi ' s carries out the traditions wliich liave liccii Iiuilt iiji tliroui -li 58 years of service. From the ranks of this (iriianization come the memljers of tiie crack drill s(jna l, the EOTC color ji ' iard an l the ritle tt ' am. The crack drill squad competes every yeai ' in the Pershinj;- Kifle i-euimental drill meet and ] erforms at the Military Ball. The color unard ajipear at all home t ' ootliall itames. PersliinfT Rifle Cmck Scuiad I ' liit Pi rlfiniKnirt — Militiiifi Hall. Hark roir: .M. .Vortoii. A. HaliM ' ii. IS. WaKt ' lnan. C ,i[.I.t Wey. C. ii- land. L. Keller. E. Arrigo. F. Majar. FotlTlh rnif: J. Spitzer, D. Fitz. K. Hil.sal)eik. (i. .lolmsoii. V. .James. R. Slryker. V. Carother.s, R. Busi-h. M. Siuitli. Third roir: E. Cook. J. Wirsig. D. Speidell. K. Walters, R. Ahien.s. R. Prank. J. .Jenson. H. Chapman. Seeoiid row: L. Mleynek. .1. Copelami, .1. Nil. son. W. Uailey. U. Uunri, J. Keene. J. Esles. Front roir: 1). Haniann. G. Albers. W. Uaiiinan. C. Hressnmn, D. McAfee. R- SItipp. D. Andersen. They also take part in litnTC parades and Pershing- Kille functions. The unit ' s rille team competes in the annual I ' eishiiii; Hille resjimental meet. All three j;roups hell) to continue the outstanding record of Pershing- KiHes. I ' lTsliiiifT Rifle Guard Pre.sents Colors Perform ill piinuhs. hiinnr prrsentiihoiis. Page 190 Mliii-iN Cliiit Iwl ' tirc MiM ' iiiit .V( ir jiliiiis 11 mil nnifi. Scabbard and Blade Bark rni-- A. nryanl. K. riillon. ;. UeiikiT. li. Mi-ynwn. .1. MfMiier. Fourth roir. L. Kfllrr. C. Mi-Ucer. M. ISridisi-s, R. (iilniore. Third row. J. I ' lumnier. H. Kudavy. C. Uressniali. J. TiKhe. .1. Good. tirrnnd roir : P. Chase. R. Hmii. H. OUeii. R. Taylor. E. Rohin.son, J. Prien. Frnnt roil : R. I ' ». kar.l. H lV I.Tseii. .1. Taylor. W. Kiiii:. ' ■ Fr«li -i. . S( ' altl)anl and Bhuie. tlu ' only military SDcifty rccuii-iiizcd hy tiii ' I ' liitfil States Army, was (truaiiizfd in 1!I " J1. Hacirsiirim; Mnt taiiilinu advaiiccil first year li ' ' ! " ' men ari ' si ' lccted tor mcmln-rslii]). " (iuai lin : of till ' I ' liion " in Civil war uniforms is in- (■lnd( ' I as pari of tlit-ir initiatinu. Tlif , ' -oai of tiiis society aii ' to educate and train its memlu-rs to In-come eflicient otticers and to transfer military informa- tion to the nation. Officers Plan Biisines.s for Coniinpr Meeting Hntun-nnj offrrs iniUtanj fl ivfisioi). Executive (■oiiuiiittep Chats with S|ions ir A ' llllf l ui ' lil )ir. Ill III fits. Page 191 A : 1 . ,dk.i. ;, L , ... i ,., -,i i ' .i.ji. u. Ki: »-i-. Front TOW: S. Jone.s R. Parnienter. D. Diiley. J. Jenney. R. Hass. I ' lialanx Offieers Make Plaus iW warfair iikiuis (liscu.sscd. Phal anx Trident Phalanx society, a iialinnal Iinuoi-ary ])i-()fi ' ssi()iial military trati ' Viiity, was t ' ouiidi ' d ill I!). ' !. " ). Tlif ]mii ' ]i()sc ' of tlic (iryan- izatidii is (lirt ' ctt ' d towani tlic licttcniiciil of the Tinted States, the University aii l its military department. Because of the hi,ti ' h standards of leadership and trainiii!;- ex- emplified ill tile men of the society ' , the ' Iiax ' e always ranked high in the catlet corjis. This year ' s Phalanx program was under the direction of Commander Bol) Rogers. Trident, an lioiKnary naval society, strives to promote the activities of the United States navy, to uphold its customs and traditions, and to serve as a training, educati iiial and social group for future naval officers. This society was organized at the Xt ' hrasl-ca cam])ns in l!t48 and re- cei " ed its (•(iiistituliiiii thf follnwing year. Memhi ' rs of Triih ' iit are selected from the stutlents enrolled in the Xaval Keserve Officers Training corps. Edi1(jrs V ii-k nn ' fridrut I ' lipt ' i ' Nitral publicnti ni . i jiluiit . Uarh row: J. Skinner. K. Smith, ' I " . Masnn, R, MtKee, K. Hilding. J. Rasnuisj on. D. Wolkens- dorfer. Serond roc-: V. Gregory. I). Witzer. V. Stockton. li. Larsen, P. Kae.stner, K. Zwart. .1. Ger- eel. M. Walslahen. H . Kvans. Fn,„l „,. ,1 | ' ,.i,.,-Mrj, I haiiiMn. R. Rocku. II II s, hn il.r Arnold Society Fuiiiiilrtl ill i; ' 4s, Aiimlil sdrit ' ty is a national Ininorary Air Fdiri ' Ki ' st-rvc ( t - ficiTs Trainiiiy mips ni ' , ' aMizati()ii. ' Phis siicii ' ty of tutiirc air n ' v (irticcis |»itini( tes lu ' ttiT fiti .ciislii|» ami a cliiscr relation- sliiji anioni; Air Koici ' H( ) ' r( ' stiitli-nls. This is acfouiiilislu ' d thronnh vaiions so- «-ial tiinrtions and llic provision of scholar- shijts each year to the country ' s outstand- iny: tirst year advanced Air 1 ( T( ' stu- dents. Arniild Sdci.-tv .MfiiilitTs Walk In .MciMin Sijuiisor, t nciitii ' i roiniiiilti i . 1 j hmmhahSj A P H Jiark roil : I . Watrnor, ( ' . WiiliimitT. K. Oliiiian, Sf. Kridpes. J. Downey. J. Weldon. R. Wiese. Third mtr : K. Kroenian. A. Hcrtik. O. Albers. C. Mueller. M. Turnquist. ,T. Ander.ton. Srrond roir : H. Haichl, (1. Hnieninp, L. BiikH. W. HAUiiian. H. Heemiann. V. Adam s, V. Sroville. Front roir : V UughcN. J. Monlgonier} ' . R- Roichen- l A(h. R. Uul8, G. McQueen, R. Churchill, K. Minnirk. »fficers Talk b »fnro FoniiJil Meeting I p:ins Page 193 Bark row: K. Axlcll. M. MiKeiiney. W. Rasintissen, H. Deines, li. Harrelt. W. Cole, R. Chab, J. Thorin. Fourth row: C. Curliss. D. Frpeman, D- Korinek, E. Mitchell. R. Roseuquist, R. Garrotsoit, R. Church. Third row: D. Noble, D. Bills, B. Hen- drlfkson, R. Parker, A, Slates, P. Neff. Heroud row: L. Forne.v, D. Schneider, B. Hinds, M, Folts, D. Whitla, C. Renne- niann, L. Schmidt, C. McVay. Front row: B. Duis, D. Killion, D. Bo.vd. IJ. Lentz. K. Wcslfall, .A. Sihiniill. HoTC IJiiiid .Mombers Plan Card Section Son-utiUliirii fiDirtinn of lioiionirii. I ' Gamma Lambda AltlioiiLili a na tional honorai ' y, (Janimn l,aiiili(la is prcdoniinaiitly a service oi ' uaii- izatinn. SclccttMl for interest and acliieve- niciil in the 1«( ) ' ! " ( ' inarcliinLi liaml, ineiii- Ihts assist Director Don Lentz in plaiininu ' hand actixitifs tiirongiiont the year. The lii-onp iiandli ' d tlie card sections at all foot- liall liaincs and ]iro ided entt ' i ' taiiiniciit for x ' isitini; nni ( ' rsit ' and iiiuii school liands. ( )fHc(M-s Lunch with Director Lentz liiiiiirs trip to Kdii.siis oii itnizcd. Members Practice Instruments Toffethci (inmmti Lumbihi jaiti stssioti. Page 194 u nder Z z u Early Moniinjr Tennis Class Exon4ses before Brisk S ' ssioii •• Rrady, hack, siviiiy " — and a wink of approval . Mill iicyiKilds, I nrry ( ' ;inicy and Ted ConiHir Sliuly I ' hi irliids I urn us lln itlhhtis ham. Page 196 ' p 9 Aiiiark Ainlrt ' w.s Ailmns. W A.l.in, _ ' .■« Alli.T«. K Alli.-r«. 1. AM. ' U All.-n. K. AiidtTsi ii, C. AtnliTM ' ll. J. AiKlersfii, 1 . Anilfrsun, 11. Aii ' lrr itii 1). AitUiThOn, l . AndprM n 1 Anitslrunt; Alcll Avory Axu-ll llalu ' ork ItiiinI lliikrr .lAXICK AlllUHh. PaliMiilc. Tearhers. JAMKS Alt KKNKTH V. ScollsliliiflT. A l and S.imres. SAM.Y ADAMS. Aur.ira. Art mid Sri..|i.-,?s. WILLIAM ADA.MS. Ve»i I ' oiiit, llu. ' iiiit ' s.-i Adiiiiiii ir«iiuii. DAKKKLL ADAMSOX. rh.Toker. Iowa. ALTiiulliirf. KLLKN A(;XK V. Sidiu-y. Tcarli- ers. y. L. ALIlKRS, WImut. Auri.iilliir. . LYNX ALHKRS. Ko,h. T™iIut%. IlKTH ALDEX. Kiiiihall. ' IVa.hi.rs. FRANK ALLKX, Norfolk. ltii. ' ini- 9 Adliiiiii lraliuii. .IKKRV ALLKX. M ' »nk. Ak-nciilluri-. I ' .WL ALI ' KRSOX. Onialin. Itiisin. ' s-. Adiiiiiiislralioii. RICHARD A.MACK. Ri-d Cloud. Ai.TH-rillur -. CHAKLKS AXDKRSKX. Alliniui-. Eiiniiiwriiii:. .TKRRY ANI)KR. KX. (irand Islaiil. IIunIil ss Admin jMraliiui LARRY AX- DKRSKX ' . (irand Inland. liiiNiii " s Adiiiinislralioii. IIAKIIARA AXDF.RSdX. Liiirolii. A:. ' ri.ulliiri-. D.MU.KXK AXDKRSOX. Iloldr. ' i:.-. Aiiriiulliiri-. IIONALD AM KRSOX. F.lin Cr. ek. Au-ri. ullur.v DORS AN1)KR. ' « X. Limiihi. Arls and Siii m-. ' -. FHANCKS ANDKRSON. Hnrlini.-loii. IVaihors. Rol.AN AM KR.- ON, York. Africiillurc. MAX ANI)R;; VS. Limulii. Itii in. ' s A linini»lraliou. DDRIVI ' HY . R.M. TR )X(i. Fri ' monl. Aru and .S.i. •■nr ' . ROUKK ' I ' .VTFX. llnldrcL-e. Iliisincvi Adniinislr.ilioii. UAVIU AVICKV. Sioll hhifT. liu ini- Adniinislnilion. RICHARD AXTELL. Ilvatriic lln ino« .Vdniini lralion. CKORCK UAI1C( CK. ' liadr)n. Biisinfs.s Adniinii-tralion. LKXORK IIAIRD. DonviT. Colo.. Arl.s and .Sricnccs. VAXCK UAKKK. Uitrltin, Kustne .s . dtniiii lrHtion. Soph cmores ROIIKRT llALK, Sioux Fall. ' . S. Dak.. Husinfss Adniini.slralinii. MARILYX BAMKSBF.RC.flR. Haniplon. AKrii-ulliir.-. FRED HAXTIX. Omaha. Arl.s and Sii,.ni-. ' . RdUERT liARCHI S. .s.oltstiluff. Ilusim.s.N Adii.ini irnlion. XORMA llARCEN. Xora. ' IVnc hers. AXX HARLOW. Omaha. IVa.hrrs. RICHARD HARMOKK. Lfxinclon. IMiariTiai v. ALLKX I ' .ARNARD. Liiiioln. T.-nili.Ts. .lAMES IIARTO.SH. Dodce. Au-ri. ullur.-. MARY llELLi: HASKIX. Slapli- IVa.li.-rs. WILLIA.M ll.XsLKK. Onrnha. Art iind S.ioncfs. CHAKLK. HATTEY. Lin.oln. Ilu.sin. ' .vs Adiniiu lnili. n RICHARI HArKRMEISTEK. Omaha. Ai:ri. ullur.-. .lANET ItEACHI.ER. ChioaL-o. 111., Acriinllur.-. I ' ATRICIA ItECHAN. Xorlh PIbii.-. Arl an.l .• .i.Mi..s ARTHIK liKCKER. All.ion. Acri. ulturiv I ' HYLI.I. ' BECKER. Hershcv. Atrii ullun-. .KlIlX ISKEl HHA.M. Lin.i.ln. Uu in.• Adiriini-lraliMM. i;LKNN ItKERLINE. Allian.f. IVarhers. .ULIA liKLL. Chtst.T. AL-ri.ultnr.-. JIARl.ENE HELL. Li.i.oln. IVaihi.rs. .lAXET IIKKAX. Li ' xini:t iii. Arts and Sri.-ni. ' 5.. EDWARD ItERli. Omaha, IVa. h.r-.. WALDO UKKIi. It. ' iilri.c. Arls and Sii. " nii.s. WILLIA.M BEST. Loninuonl. Colo.. Arls and Srienics. AVERIL lilEK.MAN, ll»ldr.-ci-. AL-rii iilliir.-. VILLIAM lll.-ill. Ko. kv Ford. Ccdo.. Arls and Siicnci-s. ALAX BLAHA. Ord. Business Adminislralion. LAWREXCE liLASER. Columlms. Eniriocii ini:. -MIUIA.M BLKICHKR. Omaha. ■IVarh.rs UIi- Jasler Ml. M ltanie h« ri;iT Uatiey !teran Itnntin KaiuTincistpr Here. E. I(ar(-hii % ItarKfii Itcarhlvr llerhan Bere. W. IWsi Barlow Becker. A. Bierinan Bannore Be.kiT. 1- Hisll Barnard Beerhain lilaha Barlosh Bt i rlinc Blaaer Baskin Bell. .1. Blpicher r 00 . " 1 " y r r. n r 4 ft ? i. dMi 4i i. -V " Page 197 A P O .(1. mm » ' a r-1 UOXALI) ItOHMONT. Liiuoln. Arts and Siieiues. JANET lidHNKH. I.imoln. ' IVai lu-is. CLAYTON UORG. Oakland. Business Administration. SrSAN HOTHLM. Omaha. Arts and Sciences. TAKI. UKASKK. Oiiialia, .Veriiulture. liAKUAKA liRrniTHAIEK. Crand Island. Arts and Seienes. I ' HIl.ll ' liKKSLlN. Ashland. Pa., liusiness Administration. DKAX HRITTENH A.M. Ilrailv. Tea.hers. KOIiERT HRITTIX. Lincoln. EneineeriiiK- .MARION liROWN. I ' apillion. Arts and Sciences. ROMERT HROW.V. Sarjrent. Teachers. DEAN liUfKINCH AM. Lincoln. Enirineerinir. VAX KIRK lilNJER. Omaha. En ineerinK. UALE liUNSEX. Ilertrand. Asrricnlmre. liARHARA lURDIC. Omaha. Tejichers. JEAN UTRFORU. Omaha. Teachers. JAMES lURKHARD. lieaver frossinK. EnKineerinsr. GORDON lUSHOO.M. Crete. Airricultiire. CHARLES CADWALLADER. Oxford. AKriculture. WIN CADY. Broken Bo». Arts and Sciences. WILLIAM CA.MBRIDOE. Omaha. Arts and Sciences. CAROLYN CAMERON. Sioux Falls. S. Dak.. Teachers. UOREE CANADAV. Lincoln. Arts ami Sciences. RALI ' ll CA.NADAY. Hastinss. Arts and Sciences. ANN CARL- SOX, Lincoln. Arts and Sciences. DORIS CARLSON. t)maha. Arts an l Sciences. STEPHK.V CAKVETH. Lincoln. Arts and Sciences. GERTRL ' UE CHERXY. North Bend. Teachers. BETTIE CIIRISTEXSEN. St. I ' anl. Arts and Sciences. KAY CHRIS TOKKEL. Omaha, Teachers. Soph omores Bohiiiont Hohiier Uorg Holhuiii lira see Hredtlianer Ure.sliii lirittenbam Brittiii Hruwn. M. Rrown. R. Hnckin hani Runjer Run sen Unrdic llurford Hiirkhard Hnsboom Cadwallader Cady ;i[iibrirlee t ' ameron Canaday, D. Canaday. K. Carlson. A. Carlson. 1 . Carvetb Cherny Christonsen Christciflfel • .d » unpens Delli I ' aoli Brior BETTY COAD. Onmha, Teachers. Sl.MOX CO.VT.MAN. Kairhurv, Business Administration. HAROLD COLEMAN, Bea, ACTicnllure. JERRY COLLINC, Wilsonville. Arts and Sciences. KEITH C,)LSOX. South Sioux Citv. Eutfineerins. ROGER COOK. Greirory, S. Dak.. Business Ad ministration. VIRGINIA COOPER. Humboldt. Arts and Sciences. CATHERINE CORP. Lincoln. . rts and Sciences. JAXICE CORRICK, Lincoln. Teachers. ADELE CORYELL, Lincoln, Teachers. DONALD COll ' ENS. Alliance. Tea.hers. SHIRLEY COY. Waterloo. Teachers. DONOVAN CROOK, Ainsworth, Ensineerin).-. DONALD CUNNINGHAM. Tekamah. Arts and Sciences. (il ' Y Cl ' RTI i. Imperial. Arts and Sciences. MAR- .lORIE DANLY. Axtell, Teachers. LAVERN DANXEHL. Bcrtrand, Aerie. ilture. .lACK DAVIS. Kearne.v. Teachers. JAXET DAY " . Table Rock. Tea.hers. XAXCI DkBORD. Omaha. Arts and Sciences. DONALD DELLI PAOLI. New York Citv.. X. Y.. Business Administration. PHOEBE DEMPSTER. Beatri.e. Teachers. JERRY DESMOXI). Lin.olii. Business Administration. DONALD DETER. Papillion. Business Administration. DOX.M.D DEVRIES, Lin.oln, Business . dministration. JOH.N DICK, Fremont. Arts and Sciences. BARBA1!. DILL.MAN. Lincoln. . rts and Sciences. MARY ANN DILLON Slant. .u Tea.hers HERMAN DlNKLAtlE. Wisner. .Vfri.ulture. LORENZO DONARICO. Omaha, Busine.ss Administralion. (Viatman Coy Dempster Colling Cunningbani Deter Colson Curtis Devries f . .l f Cook Danly Dick Cooper Daniiehl Ditlnian mkdtmmh Cori Corrick Coryell Davis Day Deliord Dillon Dinklaee Donari. r ■ L C 1 Page 198 9 it V Jr 4i O f O f P Kilrr Ki " ■ Kl.l.r KlNott Kl» ' ll Kii flkintr KiikU- Kp,.. KrirkMiii, K. Er.rh Kvniis Falb Farley Fanner Farris Farniw l- ' H ltian Km Inn Kifne Finik ' an FishiT, .1. KiNhiT, K. Flalieriy Flfirher Foril Fiiniey MARLAX DOWXKV. Falls Cilv. Kneineerini.-. B 1. XA1 YN KIl.KKS. Slerlinc. Ten.lier . MAKIAM KISEXACH. ( ' ulbprlKUii. Acririilture. .lOAXX F.LOEK. Sioux Falls. S. I)ak.. Teaihers. DOKOTHV KI.I Kl ' lT. Sfollshlunr. Tearhers. .KIHX EI, VKI,U Sidney. Kusiness Adnjinislraliim. ALirK EXIiELKIXC. Elniwmxl, Arts nii.l S.ieiu« NOHMA KXCl.K, Omaha. Teaihers. (iKNE KNO, l.inoln. Itnsiness Adniinislraliini lltA Kl ' . TKIX. Omaha. Arts and S,i.-n,es. NoK.MA KKICK.SON. Friuldnle. .• . link.. Tenih.rs UOIIK.KI ' KKI(K. ' ON. Hiirlim:loii. I ' harmaiv. Kl.AlNK KSCII. Skokie. III.. Arts and S.ien.es. Cl.AIHK K ASS. Tavlor Tex.. Tea. hers. I ' KISCII.LA FAI.lt. Onmhn. At ' ri.nUnre. ItAlillAKA FAKI.KV, llallle Creek. Miih.. Arls ami S.ien.es. CAUOl, FAIJMKU. Ashlaml. Tearhers. .lAMK.s: KAKKIS. Omaha. I ' harnia. v ANXK FAKKOW. Frenionl. Tearhers. KUUERT FAYMAX. Alehison. Kans.. Hu iness Adminislralinn. .MAU.loRIK FKAKV. Seward. Arts ami Sciences. .IKUKY FKXTOX. I.inrnln. lllLiiness Administration. KKITH FIEXE. Omaha. Husii ess .Vdminislralion. llEF, FIXKiAX. Waverlv. Teaehers. .JOIIX FISHEK. Valentine, i ' harmaey. KEXXETH FISHEK. Oiriaha. Ilnsiness A ' Jministration. MAKY LOT FLAHERTY. SI. Edward. Teaehers. .?AXE FLETCHER. Si. .losri ' h. -Mo.. Tearhers. KICHAKM FoKII. Fairbnrv. Arts and Scienees. MARY FORXEY. Itrnle. Teaehers. Soph omores .V ue .lOYCE FOTH. Ord. Teaehers. I.ARRY FRAXZEX. Holdrese, Kiisinoss Administration. .lAXET FRERICHS, l.inroln. Arts and Sciences. KOBEKT FRICKE. Ashland. Business Adininislration. LILA FRIEDl.I. Lincoln. Teachers. ALMA FRTEHLIXIl. Wyniore. Teachers. SYI XA FCCHS. Omaha. Arts and Sciences. .lAXICE FII.I.ERTOX. Ainsuorlh. Teachers. DOLORES C.. I)E. Ashland. Acricnltnre. .MAR.IOIUE (JADE. Seward. Teachers. .lOIIX (JA.MMEL. Tekamah. AKrirullnrc. ROBERT i;AX(!EL. Nehrnska Citv. Business Administralion. RAY.MOND liARD. Beaver Crossing. Airricullure. ELIZABETH CASS. Seward. .Aericnilure. tJORDOX IJAY. Lincoln. Business Adminislraliun DONALD (iKARKE. Lincoln. Arts and Sciences. ROBERT (iEBHARDS. U-.t k Ton. Mo.. Acrieulture. ;RETiHKN (iEESEX. Seward, ALTiciiliure. LELAXD C.EORCE. South Sioux Citv. .Au-riculiure. LOIS CERELICK. Omaha. . rl- and Sciences. .l. .MES CIBBS. Cuslcr. S. Dak. Business .Xdministralion. Rl ' . XX HILLESIME. Weston. Arts and Scn ' Uces. DORIS C.ILLETF. Lincoln. Teachers. .MARY IIIL.MORE. Lincoln. Business Administration. ROBERT (ilLMOKE. Omaha. Arts and Sciences. .lAXET (JLOCK. Risint City. Teachers. SHIRLEY tiOERIXH. I ' nadilla. Teachers. FLOYD fiOFF. Hurwcll. .Arts and Sciences. .FERRY ' liOLDINIl, Lincoln, Business Administration. KATHRYX CR.ABILL. Lincoln. Arts and Sciences. 0th Franzen !aiieel liillespie Frerichs flard Fricke Friedli iTnv J f f Knu ' hlii) (imrkf ' ilork Fnrhs FulliTlon r (inde. I . ' V J ( ade. M ncrcli.k 0 fi Page 199 r! df Gustafsoii Hancock )la lilix ]larikt . (.riMMiw ail Ha ' Karl HaiisiMi. A. I. leer Hall. A. HaiisiMi. H iiniMin Hallowell Hanson. P. fi fa Ilarnion, M. Ahiirr SIIKLIA CKAMNREK. Lin.rihi, Arts nnd Sciences. BERNAKD OREEXIiEKG. Omaha. linsine.ss Admini.stration. RITA GREE.WVALT. Ord, Tea.lnTs. JOHN GREEK, l-iniolii. Teaihcr.s. CARROLL GKIEFIN, Lincoln, Tcadiers. .lAC rELVX CRIEI ' MTHS. Beatrice. Teadlers. PATL (JHIMM, Blair. Arts and Sciences. (iWEX CUOSSHAXS. Aunira. Teachers. BARBARA GRUBEK. I ' uslis. ' I ' eacliers. ELAINE GRr TOKAI . I ' lysscs. Arts and Sciences. PAl ' L (■.l ' STAl ' " SOX. Gothenhiin;. Arts and Sciences. FAVE HAIJDIX, Central Cilv. Arts and Sciences. EAKLE HAGAKT, Grand Island. Airrictllture. A. NE .lA.NE HALL. York. Teachers. BETTY HALL. Lincoln. Auricnltillv. ' ROBERT HALLOCK. Biirv.ell I ' harniacy. SHIRLEY HALLOWELL, I ' ahn.vra. Teachers OTTO llAMAN. Omaha. Business Adniinistration. GERALD HA.MMAXG. Frenioiit Business Administration. BOXXIE IlA.M.MOXl). ScoltsbliilT. Teachers. GEORGE HAXCOCK. Lincoln. Arts anil Sciences. MARY AXX HAXKE Colnmbu.s. Arts and Sciences. ARTHUR HAXSEX. Xeha«ka. Agriculture. HERBERT HANSEN. Nebraska Citv. Arts and Sciences. KARL HAXSEN. Sargent. Agriculture. JOAX HANSOX, Lincoln. Arts and Sciences. PAl ' L HANSON. Oakland. Engineerinff. NELSON HAKUIXti. Omaha. Engineering. MARGARET HARMON. Elgin. Agriculture. RICHARD HARMON. Gretna. Agriculture. Soph omores Hrliio KARL HARPER. Lincoln. Art s and Siieiic.s. .MAKV HARIMAN. Onialia. Arts and Sciences. EARL HATCH. Grant. Teachers. BETTY HATHAWAY. Lincoln. Agriculture. HARIfV li.W ' ERLY. Omaha. Agriiultuiv. PATRICIA HEALEY. Creston. Iowa. Teachers. SCOTT HEDUEN Toleibi. Ohio. Engineering. ROSAXXE llEDKE. Lincoln. Teachers. .MARGIE LC HEDRICK. Lin.iiln. Teachers. KEITH HEIM. Dawson. Teachers. GRETCHEX HEIX. Alliance Tca.bcrs. YIRGIXIA HEIX. Wavue. ' IVacliers. LOIS HEXIGER. David Citv. Teachers. GAYLE HEXKEL, Cami.bell. Teachers, HOWARD HERBST. CI evenne. W.vo.. Teachers. .ICDY HEKKOl). Sidiicv. Tea hcrs. BARBARA HERSH- BERGER. Seward. Teai-hers. PATRICIA HEK ;o( . Lincoln. Teachers. ARLENE llEWETT. Rushvillc. Arts and Scicu.-. ' s. RUTH HIATT. Lirici.ln. Teachers. WILLA HILL. Hebron. Tcachirs, ,IOAX IIIXES, Mor.se BlulV. Agriculture. ROBERT HOBHS, York. Ilnsiness Administration. HENRY HOCKEXBERGER. Columhns. Engineering. WILLIAM llODDER. Lincoln, Business Administration. FRAXK HOFF L X. Omaha. Business Ad- ministration. SUSAXNE HOFF.MAX. Lincdii. Teachers. EDWINA HOKAXSOX, Omaha. Business Adniinistration. BARBARA HOLM. Winner, S, Dak,, Teachers, PAUL HOL.M, Gothenburg, Arts and Sciences. Hathawa.v Haverl,v Heiikel Herbsl Hockellherger Iloddcr Healey ll. ' rrod ll..irniaH, F, Hedden Hersbbergcr llollnian. S. Hedke ller .og Hokanson Hedrick Hevvetl Holm, B. ? 9 , tf. h » ( Page 200 l1 Mt f 8k H..|. kills Hv.l.- Juhnsuii. It. A C Horii.Mi-1 Irt-laiHl J(ihn oi . .1. .Inrksuil. J. .lohiison. J. Horstnmii Jackson. R. Johnson. 8. H111..1 Jj||llO. ' « .loiies, H. Mii.-fil -. I). JnMl hUII loruvs. I . Hiid Scii ' ii „..„. ,..,. DOKA HIKFTI.E. Kusli . ABriiulliiri . ,.. Kiii;in. ' .Tiiii:. KIIWAKI) Hl ' SMAXX. HcKllalK. Husiiii ' s.s Adiiiinistnilii.ri .MadiMXi. S. l «k.. IVrnluT . .lAXK .lACKSON. (liimh«. Arls aiwl Scieni JAroltSKN. SilviT Cr.M ' k. Aitri.ulliirc. .lOIIN .lA.MKS. Ni)rlli I ' lalt JENNlNdS. KanMt Citv. Mn., Itusiness At)iiiini traliiiii ihiT!.. UARIIAKA .lOHNSOX. Lo«mi , r.ailiHrs. .(OANXK KITA HIIKI,I1|-KT. (irani, Tca.lii CMAKl.KS IIKfltY. Wall An, JKAN 11(11. MKS, Albion. Ak-ri.iillun-. THOMAS HOPKINS. V..i.|.ini- Walcr. An HOKNKK. AtkiiiMin. Kiiitin.-.Tiiii,-. RICHAKl) HOKSTMA.V. Oiimlia. Hiisiiu ' ss Ailiiiinislraliiiii Vll,l,lA. l Hl ' llKK. Omaha. T. ' ailuT.-.. DOKA HIKFTI.E. Kusli . ABriiulliiri . DOKIS inKKTI.K. KiisiIn. Airriiiilliirf. TMOM Ha. ' .linics. KnciiifiTiiii:. KIIWAKI) lU ' S.MA.VX. Ocallala. Husiiu.s.s Admini.stnilii.ri. KI.I.NnK HVKK.. Norfolk. Airrinillur... MARCI KICH.VKK .lAI ' KSCIN. Omaha. I!iisiii -ss AilliiiniMralion I ' hnrinni V DK. N .lA.MKSUN. . riHilil. Iliisiiu-s Ailminislralio roSKl ' II .IKKMAN. West I ' oinl. Iliisiii.-ss Ailmiiiislralioii. IIKVKKI.Y .IK iiT». UAKIIAKA .lOH.NSOX. I.o«mi . r.aihHrs. .lOAN.NK .InllNSON. Kwl I ' luuil. Teachers. .(II.IIO .lOHNSO.N. Lincoln. Arls ha. An.s and S.i«-nif . CI.AUYS JONES. Wymnre. T. ' aihrrs. HOIiART JONE.S I.inonln. Ti ' arh.T.s ■I. XE JORDAN. Caleshuri;. III.. Arts and Sciences " Tea sr: JONES, l.ini-oln SrZANNE JOHNSON. Omaha. An.s and S.i«-nif . CI.AUYS JONES. Wymnre. Teachers. ..„..„... „,..,.... " " ' ■■ " ■■ ■ .- - . ..s-i- ......s..- .- . ... . . . ., : JAMES jrSTICE. Central City. I ' harma.y. Teachers. Soph omores Belou I ' ETER KAESTNKK. I)earlH)rn. .Mich.. Arl.s and Sciences. KOISERT KAH.M. Lincoln. Business Adniinislraliun lilLHERT KAROES. Albion, Airriculliire. WILLIAM KAKRER. .McCook. Arts and Scioi ccs. . ' TEKLINti k ' ATH. Kimball. Ans anil Sciences. MARY LOC KEATINC. Creslon. Iowa. Art-s and . cii ' in-o. l.KK KELLER. Council ItlufTs. Inwa. Kmrineeriiii:. KENT KEI.LKY. Heaver Citv. . rl-s and Sciences. MARS ' ANN KELLOCitl. Lincoln. Teachers. DORIS KKNOLE. Lincoln. AKricultiire. KLIZAIIKTH KENNEDY. Kasin. Wvi... ' Teachers CAROL KENT. Alliauce. AKriculmre. .lOAN KKSTKR. Cambridge. Teachers. CAROLYN KINtJ. Lin.iilu. Teachers. WAYNE KINYON. Sail lake Cilv. flab. »usine.s.s Adniinistralioii. HAKKY KIKK. .North I ' latle. Arls and Sciences. S.M.LY K.IKLSO.N. Stromsbnrc. Arts ami Sciences. N.VNCY KLEIN. Lincoln. Teachers. .lOANN KNOTTS. North Flatle. Airriculliire. VIRCMNIA KOKHl.KK. C.eneva. Teachers. (iLOKIA KOIIAN. Omaha, Arls and Sciences. JANET KOKJKK. Wahoo. Teachers. MARILYN KRANAf. Itlue Hill. Husiiiess Administratinn. .SYVIA KKASNE, Frenioni, Arts and Sciences. DENNIS KKIKAC. Cnmslock, Arls and Sciences, (iOKDON KKOCH, South Sionx Cilv, Business Administration, I ' ACL KRl ' l ER, Fori Calhoun. Aericullure ROIiKRT KRfOER. Schuyler. Uusiness Administralioii. JOYCE Kl ' EHL. Millard. AKricullure. CAROLYN Kl ' NKEL. Weeping Water. Tea.-bers. Kalim Kent Kokjer Karrer KillL ' Krasiic Katb Kinyoii Keating Kirk KroL ' b Keller Kjel.son Kniger. 1 Kelley Klein ki P f o c V Hlledl. 1. llillllMh .leniiiiigs Jeriiian Jordan JuHtice rs. ROKERT and Scienr ... AS HlN.i N. A IRELAND. DOKOTHV n. WARRON SSE. Lincoln. and Sciences. . I ' RISCILI.A Page 201 fVf 0 n I a ■■ Kiililek Ladds Lamar Lambert Lambrecht LaShelle Lauber Lauer Lavine Lawrence Lawson. A. Lawson. C. Lawson. L. Learh Lebsock Ledingham !..- vis. r. Lieber Lindell Line Linscott Liltlefield Ijoerch Logie Laut;hliii Lewis. J. Loon)i.s A hovf KDITH KUTILEK. Omaha. Arts and Sciences. .lOHN LADDS. Shenandoah. Iowa. Business Administration. JEANNE LAMAR. Sioux City. Iowa, Arts and Sciences. CAROL LAMBERT. Lincoln. AfrricuUnre. DEA.V LAMBRECHT. Pierce. Arts and Science.s. ROBERT L-lSHELLE. Omaha. Business Administration. WENDELL L. l ' lil ' .R. (ieneva. Bnsiness Administration. RK HARD LAl ' ER. Lincoln. Business Administration. .lANE LACtJHLIX. Harlan. Iowa. Arts and Sc icni es. RAMOXA LALN. (Geneva. Aericnlture. RCTHANN LAVINE. York. Teachers. LOIS LAWRENCE. Alliance. Arts and Sciences . MTA LAWSO.N. Macedonia. Iowa. Teachers. CHARLES LAWSON. Lincoln. Arts and Sciences. LEWIS LAWSO.N. Silver Cit.v. Iowa. EnRineering. JOHN LEACH, Omaha. EnKineering. GUS LEBSOCK. Lincoln. Business Administration. THOMAS LEDINCH A.M. Mitchell. Business Administration. JAMES LEWIS. Lincoln. Business Administration. NELL LEWIS. Shubert. Arts and Sciences. I ' HILLII ' LEWIS, Omaha. Business Administration. ELIZABETH LIEBER. Papillion. Teachers. NANCY LINDELL. Omaha. Arts and Sciences. MAR- JORIE LINE Lour Citv. Teaihers. DEAN LINSCOTT. Beatrice. Acriculture. HAROLD LITTLEFIELD, Long Beach. Calif.. Business Administra- tion. WALLACE LOElicH. Tekamah. Business Ailniinislration. ELIZABETH LOOIE, St. Paul. Arts and Sciences. MARY MARGARET LOOMIS, Lincoln, Teachers. R. VMOND LOl ' CKS. ( ranri Islainl. !;i:siness Administration. Laun Loucks Sophomores Below JEAN LOUDON. Lincoln. Arts and Sciences. ELDON LOVELL. Beatrice. Busine.ss Administration. SALLY LOWE, Sidney, Teachers. JAMES LUBKKK. West Point Business Administration. lU ' I{! En ' E HKERT. Lincoln, Business Administration. GARY Lt ' NDEEN. Minden. Acriculture. .lAXET LYNCH. Tecumseh. Africulture. ROBERT .MrBKlDE. Omaha. Business Administration. BEVERLY McCORMlCK. Madrid. Teachers. KATHKYN Mi(X R.MICK, York. Teachers. MARtiAKET M ' COY. Lincoln. Arts and Sciences BVROX M. LAIRD. Lincoln. Business Administration. LAKKV Mc.MASTER Wisner, Agriculture. DAKLENE McQUISTAX. Pender. Teachers. HETTY .MADDISOX. Sioux City. Iowa. Teachers. KOBERT MALASHOCK, Omaha. Business Administration. BEVERLY MANX. Lincoln. Teachers. CHARMAIXE MARQUESEX. Mitchell. S. Dak.. Arts and Sciences. DERYS MARSH. Hartington. Agriculture. LESLIE M. RTIX. Grand Island. Engineering. JAMES MASSEY. (Jrand Island. Arts and Sciences P. TRICI. MAYER Grand Islan I. Arts and Sciences. .lOEL .MEAD. Lincoln. Agriculture. MARLEXE MECKE. ttgallala. Teachers. DANIEL MELAXDER. Los Angeles. Calif.. Engineering. WILLIAM MELCHEK. Omaha. Arts and Sciences. JOAX MEYER. Phillips. Agriculture. WILLIAM MEYEK. Bancroft. Arts and Sciences. MARVIX MEVKHS. Omaha. Business Administration. JO AXX MICKELSOX, Lincoln, Arts and Sciences. Loudon .M.c.y Lovell McLaird .Mayer M iJr ? Lowe McM aster Mead Lubker McQuistan Mecke Lnkcrt Miuldison M dander Lundeen Malashock Mel (■ her Lyneh Mann Mever. J. McBride Marquesen Meyer, W. McConnirk. R. MrCormi ' K Marsh Martin Meyers M ickelson e Page 202 O f OO MilliT. V. Miiiitby Ni ' Ison. K. Million Mtint;( r SvUou, M. r Moi-kelt Mnriihy, .1. Nelson. M. A. MiTL-.- 1 Miiri.hy. U. .Nclviii. M. A ,4 ' ' (I r " MAKY MIKDl.KTOX, liiillii ' iiburt;. TenrhiTs. CI.AKIC .■; MILI-KN. Albion. AKrirolliir. ' . IKl.MTA .MII.I.KK. Sidney. Arts aii l .Srii- . JAMNK .MII.I.KK. .Marv-villo. K«n.-.. I ' harniarv. .lOANN .MIl.l.KR, (irneva. Toai-hers. VKKHA -MII.I.KU. Itrokch Bow. Arl« «nil .S ien.■l• . I.KWIS .MII.l.lU.N. . ii.lni . Tta. li.T . ANN MOCKK ' n ' . Lin.oln. Arts and Siii-iii.- . KTHKLY.N .M(i(iK. SK. . Kiiskin, Tts.li.Ts RICMAKI) .MONMt.S. Clav fiMiler. Alti. iilliire. CI.YDK .MOOKK. l-in.oln, Te.ii hers. .lOHN .MOUKK. li.Tva. nlii,,. Arls and .« i.n.-.-s IIK. IKK .Ml )|{UIS( (. . Itralriic. iVaiher-.. I ' HYM.I.s .MOVEH. Kroinonl. Arl and Siien fs. .MIIZIK .MOYI.K. Miin.lii, Trarh.Ts. KKI ' III .MTMHY. llarrlMin. Arl« and .«.ii-n. ■■. .lA.MKS .MC.MIKK. I.iii.oln. An- and .s,i. nifs. .1 ACy rKI.I . K .MlKI ' llY. Oninlin. T.arli.-rs. ROSK.MAKY .MIRPIIY. W.shTii. An- and S. iiiifr- KIHiKKT .MYKR.s. Rapid Cilv. S. l ak.. ltusit.i ' s Adniiriislralion. KK.N .N. KAIiA V. . Honuliiln. Muwaii. It.isiness . lininislrali n. .KIIIN .NKKIl HA.M. Roik I ' orl. .M.. . Kntincerint:. MARY .IKA. NKKI.Y. Lincoln. ArK and S.ien.i-.-. HARUARA NKI.Sd.S. Oakland. Art:, and .«.i..n.-. .. HKI.K. .VKLSDN. Herlrand. Teaihers. KRIS NELSON. Cpnlral I ' ilv. Ti-avhiTs. .MARCiARET NELSON. Slronisl.urK. AkTicullnr.-. .MARY AI.H ' E NELSO.N. A-hl nd. Tea.h.T . .MARY ANN NELSON. Srolt.vblnff. Ti-a I ' hts. THORWALK NELSON. Omaha. Hnsines- Adniinislralion. Soph omores Bfloiv srSAN NETENSWANHER. Lin-oln. Teailiers. .lANEUTE NEVILLE. Hroken How. T.a lnTs. HERNIE NEVIN. Lin.oln. Hnsinivvs Adinini-lratiioi DORRIS NEW.MAN. Lincoln. ' IVarliiTs. .lOHN NICHOLS. .Minalarc. EiiifinnTinir. DIANE .NIELSEN. Moorli.ad. Iowa. Arts and Siien..- ROIIERT.V NIELSEN. Cohinibns. Husine.ss . dniini lration CLARK NOIILE. Omaha. Uusine-s Adniini-lration. DAVIII NOHLE, Omaha, lln-ih.-- Admini.-.lra ion. DONALD NOIU.E. Holdn ' ?.-. IMinrmaiv. ROdER NOIU.E. Ri-d Clond. Itnsinvss Adminislralion. VIRCINIA NOIILE. Limoln. IVaihers. NANCY NORMAN. Shrnamloah. Iowa. iMihirs. ARTHUR NORRIS, Av i a. Au-rii iiliur. ' . liLADYS NOVOTNV. Clark.son. T.aih.rs. .lOANN OBRIEN, Lin.oln. Tcaih.T . MARl.ENE OEHRLE. Lincoln. Teachers. MARILYN 0(;DEN. Omaha. Ten. hers. IKIRRANCK OLDEN Ul " R i. Gordon. Encineerinj:. . LAN OLKKATHER. Kearnev. llnsiness A.lministralion. LOIS OLSON, liloomtield. Teachers. STERLING OLSON. .Miriden. AirricnU ire. ROItERI ' OSHORNE. Omaha. Arts and Sciences. RICHARD OSLIND. Lincoln. Itusiness Adniinislralion. JOAN OSTEN- UERti-. Omaha. Teachers ROBERT OTTE. Nelifh. Bnsiness Adininislration ROIIERI ' OTIES. Lin.oln. Arts and Sciences. .irDITH OVER liAARD. Lin.oln. Tea.hers. WINNIE OWEN. Lin.oln. Arts and Sciences. AMY I ' AL.MER. Steele Citv, T.-acliers. N nensw andcr Noble. R. Cl on. L. Neville Noble, V. Olson, 8. Nevin Norman ttsborne Newman Norris Oslund Nichols Novotny Ostenberp Nielsen, D. O ' Brien Otte Nielsen. R. Oehrle Olwes Noble. C. Ogden Ovcrpaard Noble. D. Olden bnre Owen d - A Noble, n. Oldfalhcr Palmer l l ' fA , Page 203 M Vaneitz Pt ' nnock I ' ilihiT Pannelfi ' Perry. K. IMnktTtoii Parsons Perry. E. Pitternian A hove MARVIN PANEITZ. Fairburv. AKri.ulturc. .lAMES PARMELEE. Omaha. Engineeringr. ROBERT PARSONS. Grafton. Engineering. RICHARD PASrH. I., Des Moine.-,, Iowa. Engineering. J. CEMX PATRICK. McCool;. Hnsiness Administration. WILLIAM PAYNE. Ogallala. . eriiulture. •JOA.NN PECK. Coluiuhns. Business Administration. (•. HRIE I ' KDERSON. Broken Bow. Agriinltnre. L. RRY PEDRETT. Kimhall, Tearhers. JAMES PE. L. .ND Morrislown, Tenn.. Engineering. LEVIS PE-VNOCK. Sioux Falls, S. Dak.. I ' .n.siness Admini.stration. EL) VI. PERRY, Linioln. Business Administration. ELTON PERRV. .Mali-oini, Agri.ulture. PATRICIA PETERS. Onialia. Arts and Seienies. FRED I ' E ' l ' ERSEN, Nortli Platte, Arts and S.ieiues. .lEAX PETERSEN, Slni.ton. Tea.liers. ERVIN PETERSON, Lincoln, Engineering, MARILYN PETERSON. Omaha, Teachers. .FAMES PETTI.IOHN, Oregon, Mo.. Agriculture. DOANE PICKERINC. Lincoln. Business Administration, DONNA PILCHER. Omaha. Agriculture. ALMA PINKEKTON. Beatrice, Teachers, MARY PITTER.MAN, Cleveland, tihio. Arts and Sciences. DONALD PLICKNETT. DeWitt Agriculture. DARLENE PODLESAK, Milligan. Agriculture. .lAMES PONDER, tiering. Arts and Scienes. SI ' SAN PORTER, Omaha. Teachers. GERALD POST. Council lilults. Iowa. Pharnnicy MERLE POTASH. Omaha. Business Administration. MARILYN PREISSE. Lincoln. Arts and .Sciences. Soph omores PenlancI Pickerii - Prensse lieloic NEAL PRINCE, ScoUsbluff, Business Administration. .JOANNE PYLE. Gothenburg. Arts and Sciences. JAMES QUINN. Omaha. Business Admin- istration. KATHRYN RADAKER. Wisner. Arts and Sciences. CLAIRE RAISH, Omaha. Arts and Sciences. JANE RANDALL, Kearney. Arl.s and Sciences. NOEL RASMUSSEN, Omalia, Arts and Siieiiccs NORMAN RASMCSSEN. Central Cilv, Business Administration. FRED RAUCH. Grand Island, Business Administration. OREN RAWLINtiS. Central Citv. Agriculture. RCTH RAY.MOND. Scottshlnff. Arts and Sciences. THOMAS RECHT. Edgar. Arts and Sciences. MARILYN RECKEWEY, Lincoln. Teachers , WALLACE REED. Norfolk. Arts and Sciences. RICHARD REESE. Omaha. Business Administraticni. BARBARA REINECKE, Lincoln. Arts and Sciences. ALLA MAE REINKE. Chester. Agricullnre, RITA RENARD, Arlington. Agriculture. ROBERT REYNOLDS. Grinil Island. Teachers. STl ' ART REYNOLDS, Pi|.estone. Minn.. Arts and Srience.s. WILLIAM RICE. Lincoln. Business Administration. .MAUV RICHARDS. McCook, Agriculture. PATRICIA RICHARDS. Ashland. Teachers. SHIRLEY RICHARDS, ( " happell. Agriculture. DONALD RICHARDSON. Ainsworlh. Teachers. MILDRED RICH.MOND. Waverly. Arts and Sciences. WILLLWI RICKLY. San Diego. Calif., Business Admitiistration, DA.MARIS RIDDELL. Scottsbluff. Teachers. BARTON RIVIN. ' IVn- dall. S. Dak.. Business .Administration. DONxVLD ROBERTS, Tccuniseh, Engineering. Trince I ' yU- Quinn Radaker Raish Ranciall Rasnuissen, X. Kasiinissen. N. Rauch Rayinoixl Rec-ht Rerkewey Reed Reese Reinecke Reinke Renard Reynolds. H Ri.f Richards, M. Richards. P. Richards. S. Richardson Richmond Rickly Riddell Rivin p f f O T ' Page 204 r Sitvaiie m " RTOX KOHINSdN. Kansas Cily. Mi... Ilu iiu-ss A.lininislrali.in. VIM ' KXT ROIilNSOX, K.uirii.v. Arts ami Siii ' iins. .HDSON Korll.MA.N. Omaha. Husiiioss Adliiiiiislralioti. (il.KNX KODKHORST. CiihinilHis. Arls and Sricnci ' s. RONALll ROKDKR. Omaha, ' IVarhiTs. I ' ARI.VI.K ROliEKS. Shpridan. Wvo., Toach.Ts. CAROLINE ROCKRS. I.inoc.ln. Arls anil Sricnics KI.IZAHETH RO(iKRS. AlhTiiiuvnim-. N. Mcx.. I ' hiririarv. JANET ROGERS. Cohinihns. Arts and Seicnics. LOlIS KOPEK. Limi.hi. Itiisinoss Adniinislralinn. Wri.l.lAM ROSE. I.inridn. Itiisincss Admin i.stnilion. (!I,ENX KOSENyflST. Limidn. Arls and Sil.ni-. ' s. .lERRY UOSINSKY. Oinnhn. Ilnsincss Adininislnilinn. AhVl.V ROSS. Omaha, liusinrss Adminislralinn CAKOI.INE ROTH E. HER(;ER. l!.-alri.-. . T. ' aih.rs. DAKCY ROISE. Tt-kamah. AKriinllnrt-. ELAINE ROW. I.iniiihi. Arls and Sricn.-.s. NORMA KOWAN. r.nrl. ' v. TeaihiTs SfSA.NXE KIMI ' ELTES. Lin.oln, Arls and Sci.Miii-s. SARA SACE. Ilcalri.-.-. IVa.h.rs. CHARLES SAt;(;Al ' . Omaha. linsinivss Administralioii. IIAKRIETIE SALTER. Linroln Husinoss Adminislralion. ROIiER SANDY. Ynrk. Acri rnlluD-. JOHN SAVAIiE. Omaha. EnginpiTinu " . HERIIEKT SAXTON. Lincoln. Enginevrin). ' . MAKCELLA SCHAC ' HT. CiKik. Teachers. CHARLES SCHADE. Sidn.-.v, Iowa, Enginwrinc. JOHN SCHADE. Enola. AirricuMiirc. ELDON SCHAKER. McCook. Arts and Sciences. UEAX SCHEER. Arlint tun. Enirineerint;. Soph omores Af 0 Rogers. C, RoL ' crs. K. Roc-rs. .1 K.-|.. , Kow Rowan RnmpelU ' s Sane Schade. C. Schade. .1. Schafer S.heer ISrlon MAE SCHERFF. Stockhain. Arls and Sciences. O ' lTO SCHMIDT. C.ihbon, AEricullnre. JAXIS SCHMIDTMAXX. Plallsmoillh. Teachers. DEXXY SCHXEIDER. Lincoln. Teachers. EDXA SCHXEIDEK. Lincoln, Teachers. VIRCINIA SCHXEIDER. Lincoln, Teachers. SHIRLEY SCHOX nER ;. Omaha. Teachers. JOYCE SCHROEDEK. Elvvood. Acricnllurtv RICHARD SCHILT .. Cohilnbns. Ilusiness Adminislralion MARY ALICE SCHWALM. Omaha. Arls and Sciences. VEKL SCO IT. Milchell. Teachers. RACHEL SEAt CIST. Golhenbnrg. Acricnllnre. DONALD SKCURD Lincoln, Ilusiness Adminislralion. Jl " DY SEIINERT. I ' lainview, Tenchers. K0I5ERT SEVERS. Lincoln. Arls and Sciences. WILLIA.M SHAIX- HOLTZ. Omaha. I ' harma. v I ' AtL SHEDD. ScollshhifT. Arts anil Sciences. HUIIERT SM KLLENItEKGEK. Alliance, linsiness Ailliiinislralion. MARILYN SHERWOOD. Randolph. Teachers. ROIIERT SHERWOOD. Orleans. Ilusin.ss Adminislralion. ItARHAKA SHIELDS. Falls Cily. Teachers. WARDER SHIRES. Ellioll. Iowa. Acricullnre. ELDON SHI EV. Crah Orchard Phnrinacv. .lOHN SHILL. Topeka. Kans.. Teachers. JEAN SIMMERMAN. Lincoln. Teachers. ILLARS SIRKS. Rita. Lalavia. Encineerinir. DAVID SJOKGREN. Genoa, Pharmacy. IVAX SLOTE, Lincoln, Teachers KOHERT SMAHA. Grand Island. Arls and Sciences. JOYCE SMEDLEY. Pawnee Cily. Teachers. Scherff Schmidt ' ..1! Seaqllist Shire.t Schmidllnann Secord Shn. Schneider, D, Sehnert Shilll Schneider, E. Severs Simniemian Schneider, V. ,Shainholl7. Sirks Schonberg Shcdd Sjof ren Schroeder Shelleiiberger ' Jchnlu Sherwooil, M. sinaha ■4rhualin Sherwood. R. Sinedley t P f Page 205 Siiiitli. li. Stebhins Stockton TaMjot Toltiver V ' ance Snyder, T. Stephenson. J Slunilionirli Softlej- Stern S van (I a Sommers Stevens Swansou Sorensen Stewart Swedelson Above BEVERL Hurwell, Teafliers. Lincoln. Teachers. Sciences. S. Dak.. ture. V Teachers. S. Dak.. ,Y SMITH, North Platte. Arts and Sciences. DIANE SMITH. Spaldin?. Teachers. JEANNE SMITH. Lincoln, Teachers. WILMA SMOLIK. Teachers. JAMES SNYDER. Winchester. Ind.. Teachers. THOMPSON SNYDER. Omaha. Teachers. MURIEL SOFTLEY. Fairmont. JAMES SOM.MKKS. Lincoln, Teachers. JOANNE SOKENSEN. Hardv. Teachers. CWEN SRB. Omaha. Teachers. NANCY STEUHINS. Teachers. ALICE STEHLY. EU ' in. Teachers. KATHERINE STEINAl ' ER, Steinauer. Airriculiure. BARBARA STEPHENS. Lincoln. DARLENE STEPHENSON. Omaha. Teachers. JAMES STEPHENSON, Nebraska Ciiv. Phannacv. ARNOLD STERN. Omaha. Arts wnd HARRY STEVENS. Fremont. I ' .usine.ss Administration. LOIS STEWART. Lynch. Arts and Sciences. SALLY STOCKSTAD. Sioux Kalis. Uusiness Administration. WAl-TER STOCKTON. Indianapolis. Lid. Business Administration. JERRY STONE. Weepini: Water, Airrirul- ILIJAM STOCT. Oram. Eneineerinir. ARNOLD STRASHEIM. Lincoln. Business Adminisl ration. BETTY STRATTON. West Point. NEIL STCMBOr JH. Allianue. Business Aflminisir.Htion ROGER SVANDA. Ravenna. Pharmacy. HARRIET SWANSON. Hiijhmore. Teachers. JOHN SWEDELSON. Sioux Falls. S. D.tk.. Business Administration DENNIS SWEENEY, Lincoln. Arts and Sciences. Soph omores Tlelov: CHARLES TALUOT. ISruken liow. iSusiness AdmiiiUlnili n. MARY TAYLOR, Falls fily, Teachirs. HAROLD TEGELER. Vxge. AKriculture. JAMES TERRY. Waterloo. Iowa. Art.s and Scieiues. SIZANVK 1 EWELL. Sidney. Teachers. I OHX THEOHALU. (ieneva. Busine.ss Adininistralion. IRVINd TIIODE. Loup Citv. liu.sine.ss Adminisrraliiin. .MAR.IORIE THOMAS. Wauneta, A|.-ri ulliire. 1)0. . . TINKH. M. John.slown. AKrknltiire. TIIO.MAS TOLEX. Ord. Tearhers. MARY " KAY TOLLINER. Limoln Arts anrl Sciences. DA.MEL I ' OLMAN. Indianola. Arts and Srienres. KO- UEKT TOOLE.Y. C ' olninlnis. Pharniniv. NEIL TR.MiERT. Lincoln. Arts aiMl Sciences. HOW.VRI) TRACY. Aurora. HI.. Business Adniinistratiull. CLARENCE TRAUM Merrill. Iowa. Business Administration. ELIZABETH TROSTLE. Adams. Teai hers. STEWART TULLY ' . Omaha. Busines.-, Administration. .lOAN TURNER. Conowii.co. Md.. Arts and Sciences. HOWARD CLIN, Falls Citv. Arts and Sciences. DORIS VANCE. Pawnee Citv. Agriculture. .lOAN VAN VALKENBC RC. Otnnlia. Arts .md Scier.ces. RAiION. VAN W V NCARDEX. Sinttshluff. Teachers. IMtXJENE Vli ' KEKS Heminuford Aericulture .JEANNE VIERK. Liiicidn. Agriculture. PATRICIA VIN SANT. Summertield Kans.. Busine.ss Administration. RAYMOND VLASIN. Crete. AKriculture. SHARON VOORHEES. Wauneta. Teachers. RICHARD WADE. Winside. Business Administration. JANICE WAGNER. Lincoln. Teachers. Tajhir Tolman Van Valkenlmrt; Tegeler Terr Tooley Trabert ' anWvni:arden Vickers Tewell Trac, - Vierk Theobald Traum Vin Sant Thode Trust le ' lasin Thomas Tnllv L (Pi B Page 206 90 Waldo WVaver. K Westrolt Wauon Wv]]h, H. Wivhiior Waikiim Wellft. I,. Wil.l I ' ATKICIA WAINSCO-IT. I.in.iilii. AkTiiulIurc. l.OWKI.I, WAI.DO. Conloii. AL-ri.ullur. ' . SAXDKA WAl.T. I.iii.olii, T.-iich.T.s. Vll{i;lL WAMSAT. Klkhurii. KmrinetTiiii; .lA.MKS WAKl). OihrIib. Ilusinf,- Ailiairiislmliim. DONALD WAKNKK. Slirliiiu. Arls anil S. ii ' iii-.-s. .KIllN WAUKKN. Ilralri.f. KiiiiiinHTini:. DONNA WASSON. Sioux Cilv. I.iwa. Ull ill.• AiIniinislrBlion hl ' ANNK WATKINS. Curlis. ' lV«.liiT». UOllKUT WATSON, We»l I ' oiiil. AcriiMillurc. CHAKI.KS WAYMIKK. sii-rlimr. Kim ' iiiciTiiii;. F.1,1 7. I ' .KTU WKAVKk, Callmvav. ABrinillurf. WAl.T WKAVKH, I, in loln. Arl and S.ienri- . IIONNIK WKDDKI.. Falls (Mlv, IVa.li.Ts. THOMAS WKKKKS. N. ' l.ra.slia Cilv. Arls and .Scifnrps. KOKKKT WKIIK.MAN. Nrlsun. Aurirnltnr.-. NANCV WKIK. tJali ' stnirc. III.. Arls and Srii-n.i s. MliiH WKI.I.S. Onialia, Arls and Siinies. LOIISK WKLI.S. Sinllslilnff. T«.hfrs. STIAKT WKI.I.S. Onialia. Itusincss Adniinislralion. Wll.l.AKD WKI.I.S, I.in.oln. Knt-iiufrini:. AKTIK WKSTI-orr. Iloldn-f ' . Atri fiillnre. LOKKAINK WKSTl ' llAL. (irand Island. ' IVarhcrs, I ' HYI.I.IS WIIKKl.EH, C.-noa. Twii-I»ts, THOMAS WH HCOMII, Wisiht, I ' liarnia.y WAYNK WHITK. Aulinrn. Auricullurc. CLARK WIELANI). Mason Cilv. Arts and Siien.fs. (JWKN WIKSNKK. Onialiu, Ti ' a. In-rs LOIS WILD. Frrnioni. Arls and Scienres. DON.-VLD WILLI. MS, Rocky Ford, Colo., Arts and Scienres. Soph omores Itrlnr KI.IZAKKTH WILLIAMS. Linioln. Tearhers. KDWAfiD WILLS. Sroltsblntr. Knsincs.s Adinini.stralion. MARV WII.SCAM, Lin.nln. Hnsiness Ad- luinistralion. DONNA WINCH. Piker. I ' liarmacv. LKO WINKV. Shelton. Arts and SriiMiees. EDMUND WINdKNDKK. Omaha. Arts and Sri..n.-. s .MARY WITTKOCK. Falls City. Airri. nitnrf, DoflJLASS WlTr.STKL ' CK. Baltinioro. Md,. Business Adniinislralinn. Kl(;KNK WOHL NKR. Omaha. Ilnsiin ' ss Administration. VIKtJIL WOLFF, York. Ilusiness .Xdminislration. STA.NLKY W()i.I ' . , Oiniiha, liusint- s Administration CI.KN WOOD. Fairhurv. Arts and .S.ien.os. FOSIKR WOODKIFF. I.in.oln. Hnsincss Administration. .lOHN WOOl.I.KY. Omaha. Itnsin. ' ss Ad- ministration. .MARY WRIIUIT. IJenoa. Tia.-hers. THOMAS WRICHT. Otnaha. Arls and S.ifn.-.s MARLKNE WYATT. Harrishnrc. Arts and S.ii-ni-es. llAKr.AHA WYI.IK. Linioln. Arls and Siifmi ' s. Mll.llKKD YFVKLKY. Siiiltsl.lnlT Ti-aihtr.. DONALD YODKK. La Crani:! ' . Wyo.. Kniiineerinir. LARRY YOST. Fremont. Hnsincss Administration I ' .AKIIARA YOlNti. Oiiaha. Arts and Sii.mcs. RICHARD YOlNd. Red OaK Iowa. Airrii nltnr.-. IXA YOl ' NT. Lincoln Teachers. KDWARI) ZAItKL. Western. Auricnltnre. LOIS ZAltKL. Cook. Arls and Science.s. LKONARD 7.A.IICKK. Crete. Arts and .Sciences. PHYLLIS ZKILINHKR. David City. Auricnilnre. ESTHKR ZORINSKY. Omaha. Teachers. MILROY ZVKITKI.. (irand Island. Business . dniinistration. o o ? o WatMin Wells. S. Williams, 1 . Wills Wilscam Winch Winey Winffender Willrork Witlslruck Wohlner Voinr Wood Woodruff Woolley Wriirht. .M. WriKht. T. WyatI Wylie Yeakley Yoder .■ !; V.....,.- I; Vomit Zaliel. K. Zahcl. I.. Zaii.ek Zeilin-.r Z ' lrinsky Xvcitel p « f €) O Page 207 Bark row: F. Haddix. S. Lombard. S. Adams, V. Koehler, B. Eilers. D. Tink ham. fyeeond row : X. Weir, J. Loudon. B Young, A . Krievs. H. Salter. V. Owen M. Fear - Front row: J. A ' anValkenburg, H. Morri son, M. Gade. IJ. Brcdthauer. C. Pinker ton, D. Do ' ning. Si ' lKjIiirs (lieck over Xi-u rioject I ' hins Mevilii rslili) n (jitin int lit — lop scholdrsliip. Alpha Lambda Delta Fri ' sliniPii wonK ' ii with a 7. ' ) : vrr; v:f comi)risf t v lucmlnM slii]i of Alplia I.,anil)- da Delta. As part of tlicir iiro.iiram in encouraging ' hiiili sdidlastic attaiiiniciit. tlic hdiiorary otfnrs lit ' lji to fi ' cslmicn ncciling aiil with lt ' s.- ons. The Nebraska chapter observc l its twen- tieth anniversary in January. The occa- sion was inarkeil liy members witli a special l)an(piet. Overjoyed Frosh Discard B( ' ;iiii( ;i- First Snow Flii Xatiiir rnnrcls tniditi ' indl H ' lim loiiiiiH tnu-nf-trdr. Page 208 Krcslimnn Fiuitliiill Stars llaiulle ( ' iiiii-i- m((|i ai (iamcs Fur till nihil tix. iiiiUiiiilnl tifijtiirtunilii s. Dorm Girls Gather at Switchboard Desk Mail, ki )is. calls — hipical riijuixix. Page 209 0 ' At kuriimii A. kiiian Anderson, M. Armstrong Uaird Hiillinger Aii lt ' r»uii, IJ. AiiiitTMni. 1,. linilfv. T. liiiiley. V. lliirretl. .T. lliirnMI, R. Above ANITA ACKEKMAN. Lintoln. Teachers. JAXET ACKMAN. Jansen. Rusiness Adminislration. HAKIiAKA ADAMS, North Plalle. Arts and Sriciues. BRANDON ADAMS. Beatrice. Engineering. SALLY AlNSf ' OW. Omaha. Arts and Sciei.ces. BARIiARA ANN AKESON. rhappell. Aericiiilnre. WIIJ.IA.M ALDRIf ' H. Lincoln. ISusiness Adniinistra ' ion. CJALEN ALLEN. Ord. Engincerina. IIEVKKLV ANDERSON. Omaha, Asm ullure. L()IS ANDERSON Lincoln. Teachers. MARVIN ANDERSON. Omaha. Arts and Sciences. I ' HYLLIS AK.MSlRONi:. Omaha. Agricnllnre. .MlLDRhD THEY Tckainah Agriculture. VAfGHN ArGl ' STIN. Hastings. Arts and Sciences. ROBERT I ' .AIHMAN. Grand Island. Business Administration. .lAMES BAHM Lincoln. Engineering. JANET BAILEY. Omaha, Teachers, .TOHN BAILKV, On-nha, Teachers. TED BA1LE . Kreincmt. Busine.ss Administration. WILLIAM BAILEY. Omaha. Engineering. BAIL BAIRD. Plainvie«. Arts and Sciences. NOR ' A.LOl ' HALLINtihR. Alliance. Business Administration. EUt.ENE HALLOf. Lincoln. Arts and Sciences TED liAKCER. Lincedn, Engineering. IHERESA BARNES. Holdrege. Agriinlture IR(:iL BARNES. Alhion. Agriculture. ROBERT BARNWELL. Lisco. Arts and Sciences. JANE BARRETT. Lincoln, leachers. J()II. BARRETT, Columbus, Arts and Sciences. ROBERT BARRETT. Lincoln. Business Administration. Freshmen Belou- ROBERT BARTIZAL. Lincoln. Business Administration. SALLY I ' .ARTLING. Omaha. Tea. licis. . IAI((iARET BARTUNEK. Lincoln. Arts and Sciences. JOAN BATES, Ridgewood, N. J., Arts and Science-. BEVERLY BEAL, Lincoln. Tc-a.hcis. NANIY BEAL. Lincoln. Teachers. CHARLES BEAM, Stniileton. Agriculture, ERNEST BEBB. Omiilia. I ' .nsiness Administration. DO.NALD BECKER. Beaver City. Agriculture. BARltAR.V BELL Lincoln. Arts and Sciences. GILBERT BENEDICT. Jefrersnn. Iowa. Arts and Sciences. B ' CTER BERGSTEN, Winnetka, 111,, Arts and Sciences. GENE ' . BERN ' S. Bladen, Agriculture. KAULA BERRIER, Gnaws l,)wa, . rts and Sciences. .lO ANN BERRY. Lincoln. Teachers. RICHARD I ' .EVER. Bridgc ' |cort. Engiuc ' eriug liARIlARA Bll ' .. Geneva, Business . dniinistrnti m. ORI ' H.V li 1 EDER.M.W. Omaha. Arts and Sciences. liERALD BINGHAM. Lincoln. Agriculture .mi IlISCIIOK. Nebraska City. Engineering. ELIZ. ltETH I ' .LAZIER. Lincoln. Arts and Sciences DONALD BLOCKER Omaha Business A.lmiristraticni lA ' LK BLl ' E. Lincoln. Business .Administration. SANDRA BOCK. Lexington. Arts and Sciences AUDREY BOLAND. Bloonitield. Arts and Sciences. JOANN BOLTON Lincoln. Teachers. ROBERT BOND. Lincoln. Busines.s Administration. THOMAS BOIKATHER. Lincoln, Engineering. MARTHA BOVER. Alliance. Arts and Sciences. MILO IlKABEC. Geneva, Business Administration. Bartizal llenedict Bla .ier ' Bartling Bc-rgsten l;i... k.-r Bartunek Berns I ' .llIC Bates Berrier Bock I ' .cnl. I ' .. Berry Bolaiid Real. X. Beyer Bolton r fj ' Bc ' BIll Hiba Bond Bebb Becker Bell Biederniann Bingham Bisrhof Boukather Boyer Brabec Page 210 lirown. J null Q- O r - Krowii, V, liuss Hrownitif; ( ' ndwnllador CnllMiun ? C c 4 k. llriiwii, B. Uriihnker liilliii i try Mil i ' ttliipbell DAVID IIKANDON. Nortb IM«tle. An.- ami ScU-inos. K.MZAllKTH IIISKDTII AC KK. (irHiil Nlniiil. Arts and Siifiircs. MAKV IIUKW K ' K. Sioux f ' ilv. lo»a. Ti-arhiT». KUSON HRIIJC.KS. Omaha. Hiisin,. , A«lmilli l Bli .ll. KI.I .AHKI ' II liHIXKMAX. C-iicva. Te« l ' er». CKOKCiK HKOCKLKV. Valfiitiiif. IMianiia.v KAYMdM) »R( ()KS, M.Cmik. llii iru-. Ailmiui- iralimi. IlKVKItl.Y llKOW X. I.imnlii, Ti-aihers. DKI.dKlS IIKOWX. Loiii; I ' iiif. IVa.h.Tv. CKKAM) IIKOWX. St.MitiiMiviH. ' . Ohio, Art- and Sl■i.■m■ ■ JAMKS IIKOWX. Stcul viilf. Ohin. Ilusims Artmiiii lraliim, JAXU ' K IIKOWX. Lincoln. Art and Sii, ' m-. ' » KAVMOXI) liUOWX. Oninlia. Arl.s nnci S. iin. .• . SIIKII.A IIKOWX. I.imoln, T. ' arh.Ts. VKKI.ITA IIKOWX. Itridtf. ' iM.rl. IVa. h.T DOXAI.Il IIKOWXIXC. Omaha. Kn,;iii,-.Tin-. .SIK AXX liKOWM.KK. Omaha. T. ' a.h.Ts. .lA.MKS llKfHAKKK. N » larli li ' . Ohio. Ilii in.ss Admini lrali..n llAKKAKA IlKYAX. I.in.i.ln. T.-a.h.-r 1 A|,K. ItlKHKKK. Sidne.v. T.a.hiT . I.AKIK AXX m ' KY, Trkamah. Airri.iilluriv .lAXICK lUI.I.. Millard. IVa.hiTs. (.KACK urKKHAKDT. Xorfolk. Arl and Siii-nc.vs. JOAX ItlSllKK. San KraiKiMii. I ' alif.. Arl and Siioni ...s. CARYhYX 1U " SS. Colunihus. Airrii ullur.-. KLAINK CADWAI.LADKK. Linioln. ToarhiT.s. JKAX rALHOL ' .N, Linrolii, T.-«.her». JAMKS CAI.hlX. Omaha. Eni-inwrins. .TA.MKS CAMI ' HEI.I.. SluTidan. Wvo.. Arl and Siifn.e». VlRfilXIA CAKDKK. Albion. Ti-»ibrrN. Fresh Ur..uii. »i IttitOirtT resnmen .MARY CARHART. Wavne. Tearbers. ISEVERLY CARLSON. Potter. Acrirnlturr. TWYLA CAKI.SOX. Lincoln, Teachpr.s. JAXK CARI ' KX l)KK. Lincoln. AKricullnr.-. ALLAN CARPER. Miirrav. Pnsiness Adinininlration. DOXALI) TARK. Omaha. Arts and .Sciences. ROUKKT CARTER. Lincoln. Art.s and Sciences. ROSE CAST XER. Ashland. Teachers. LdlS ( 11 AKLKSTON. Holdrcire. Teachers. .JOSEPH CHASE. Itroken Uo«. Aiiricnlture. .lACK CHEDESTER. Omaha. Ilnsin. ' ss Adminislralion .MOXKEX CIIIPMAX. Sinikane. Wash.. Arts and Sciences. TILLIE CIIOR XEY. Omaha. Teachers. RICHARD CHRISTOPll. (ilencne. III.. Ilnsiness Aduiinisiration PHYLLIS CHIHIU ' CK. Liticoln. Arts and S.iences. CAKOLK cm Kill. Lincoln. Teachers. CLIXTOX CLARK. Sioux Falls. S. Dak.. Ilnsiness Administration CONXIE CLARK, Si. Edward. Acriciil- lure. DOlliLAS CLARK, (iolhenhiinr. Pharmacy. RICHARD CLArSSEN. Xorlli Plnlle. Arts and Sciences. DEXZIL CLEtitJ. (iolhenhuri;. Aericniture. KEXXETH CLE.MEXT. Ord. Ai:rici ' illurc. KAKEX CLINGER.MAX. Li ncoln. At ' riculture. CORINXE CLOKE. Lincoln. Teache . .MARI. X CLoril. Princel.in. .Vu-riciillure. LADD COCHK.YXE. Scollsblnflr. Ilnsiness Adminislralion. TED COKFIE. Omaha. Ilnsiness Administra- lion. IIAKIIAKA COHEN. Omaha. Teachers. DAVID COHEX. Rock Porl. Mo.. P.nsiness Adminislralion. DOXALI) « ' OLLIXS. Lincoln. EnBineerinc. Carlson, II. Ctiil Mtan i rarlsoii. T. rhoni.-y ' ■ ■ . riiiiiii ( ' arponder rhri t i|»h rit.r.- CastiuT ( ' liarU ' hton O A R 2S $ Page 211 Ci o l,m ' 1 lllll . .i. t oillriHii CulH-eli 1 ook. H. ' c.cik. ( i.|.i ' lntiil ( i.ni 4 ol fll Coslello t .Mitt Court C ' ovinjr ' on Cozier Cramer Crawfiinl Crosby Crowe Cutler. M. Cutler. R. Daehling Diikc Diil. ' v Dallam Dallas Dane Davis, .1. Davis. Y. Davison Day Decker Above JAMES COLLINS. Omaha. Arts and Sciences. JAMES COLLMAN. Beatrice. Arts and Sciences. BARBARA COLWELL. Pawnee City. Teachers. HARRIETT COOK, Grand Island. Arts and Sciences. SHARON COOK. Lexincton. Teachers. JERKY (X1PELAND. North Platte. Arts and Sciences. MARLENE CORN. Des Moines. Iowa. Teachers. LORRAINE CORYELL. Lincoln. Teachers. . EANNE COSTELLO. Lincoln. Agriculture. GENE COTTER, Lincoln. Business Administration. FRANK COIRT. Lincoln Arts and Sciences. MARYANN COVINGTON. Morrill. Teachers. WILLIAM COZIER. Washington. D. C. Engineerint " . ALAN CRA.MEK. Wavne. Arts amid Sciences. MARK CRAWFORD. Lincoln Arts and Sciences. LEROY CROSBY. Omaha. Business Administration. BARBARA CHIIWE. Lincoln. Auricultuve. MTRIEL CITLER. Onawa. Iowa. Arts an l Sciences. RICHARD CUTLER. Tekamah. Ensineerini;. BIRDELLA DAKHLING. I ' tica. Teachers. JEAN DAKE. Coluinhus. Teachers. SANDRA DALE , Broken Bow. Arts and Sciences. JOHN DALLAM. Omalia. Business Administration. HARRIETT D.VLLAS. Scotlsbluff. Teachers. LAWRENCE DANE, Clav Center. Business Administration. JEAN DAVIS. Lincoln. Teachers. YOLANDA DAVIS. North Platte. Business Administration. ROGER DAVISON, Fremont, Business Administration. THOMAS DAY. Lincoln. Business Adininistration. ROBERT DECKER. Omaha. Busine.is Administration. Freshmen Below MARGERY DtLAMATRE. Omaha. Business Administration. UlCHARD DELLI PAOl.l. New York Citv. N. Y.. Arts and Sciences. JOYCE DeMERS, Sunol. Agriculture. JANE DEPPEN. Lincoln. Acricullure. NORA Df.VORE. Omaha. . rts and Sciences. HAROLD DIEHM. Table Rock, Arts and Sciences. MERTON DIERKS. Ewine. Ai;ric ilture. JIARtiARET DIESTEL. Fremont. Teachers. WAYNE DONAHl ' E. Sioux Falls. S. Dak., Business Administration. WILLIAM DOOLE. Lincoln. EnKiueering. DANIEL l OKW. RT. LexinKton. Arts and Sciences. JOANNE DOSEK Lincoln. Teachers. RICHARD DCEKR. Liberal. Kans.. P.usiness Administration. DON. LD DUNBAR, McCook. Arts and Sciences. BARBARA DUNN. Omaha. Teachers. DOttiLAS DUNN. Omaha. Engineering. GRACE Dl ' NN. Harrison. Teachers. LARRY EATHERTON, Grand Island. IMiarmacy. CLOYD ECKLUND. Bertrand. I ' .usiness Administration. JOSEPH EDWARDS. Auburn. Agriculture. GERALD EHLER, Bancroft, Agriculture. DEAN EKBERG. Omaha. Business Administration. AUDREY EMERY. Sutherland. Teachers. EUGENE ENGEL. Cbanule, Kans.. Agriculture. LEO ENGEL. South Sioux City, Arts and Sciences. MARILYN ERWIN, Craig. Agriculture. ROGER ESSMAN, Clalonia, Agriculture. JAMES ESTES, Lincoln, Engineering. JOHN EULp;. Ainsworth. Arts and Sciences. FRANKLYN EVAJNS. Wisncr, Engineering. Dclli Pacdi DeMers Dosek Dtierr Ekberg Emery MS Deppeii Dunbar Engel, E. DeVore Dunn. li. Engel. L. Diehm Dunn, D. Erwin ■f f Dierks Dunn, G. Essnian Diestel Ealherton Estes Donaliue E -klnii(i Kule Doole Edwar ' K Evan Page 212 Kv .-1. Kilih Puhriitan H.I ll, Kii .iri ' raid Fulner Fluk.T iiiillaKlier Kolliier (•Hivili Kr.-i liarjner ,Ml.,.rn French i; t«s F. ' llliiitii Frifh (•■liKer Frills (iay Friililini; M rhart Abovt ARTHTR KXSTROM. Holcireciv Tfailu-rs. I ' HII.ll ' KVK.N. I.iiiiolii, Arls and Sciences. CRAflA KYTH. Ilealri.e. Tearliers.. WII, 1,1AM KAI.T. Omaha. Hu.-ine,4s Artniini.slraliun. WILLIAM FAK.MKK. Falls Cilv. Arls and Siienres. KATHLKKX FAWCK ' IT. lltifTalu. X. Y.. Teachers. MONTE FKlNltKRt;. Wixidlaiiil Park. I ' olo.. Aitri.nlture. CKRRV FF.l.LMAN. Omaha. Husiness Adniinislration. .lAMKS FF.R ;l ' S. Falls Ciiy. Arts and Sciences. ROllKKT FII ' KK. Lincoln. Business Adniinislraliiin. IIKKMK Kl.s ll. Sioux Cilv. Iowa. Itusiness Aduiiiiislralion. ROCKK FITCH Lincoln. Kni;ineerinc .lACK FIl ' ZOKRALl). North I ' lalle. Knu-incerini,-. WALIF.K FLICKKK. North I ' lalte. Kni. ' iueerini.-. DONNA FOLMKK. Lincoln. Arts and Sciences DONALD FRKl. tJiand Island, llusincss Adniiuislrntion. CARROLL FRKNCII. I ' au-e. Arts and Sciences. SIIIRLKV FRIKS Oeneva. Teachers. DWIIJIIT FRllTS. iiniaha. Husiness Adn.inislration. .MADKI.ON FKt llI.lNi;. Franklin. Arts nn l Sciences. 1!K KRLV Fl ' C.LKL Omaha. Teachers. JOYl ' K FIllU-MAN. Corlland, AitricuUure. WKSLKY FILNKR. Omaha. Husiness Adininislraliun. HAROLD OALLAIIHKR. Hul SjirinKs. S. Dak.. Em;iueerini;. VINCK liALViX. Sioux Falls. S. Dak.. Husiness Adminislralion. .lACK tiARDNER. Ansley, Business Admiuislration. Rl ' TH ANN liATKS. I ' lainview. Arts and Scien.es. NORMAN tlArC.ER. (Irani. Hu.siness Administration. Dl ' ANE GAY. lieatrice. Husiness Administration. M.VRY ELLEN liERHART. Newn.an llrove. Teachers. Fresh men Bflotr .lOHN CJIBBS. Cu.sier. S. Dak. Arls and Srienoe.s. RUTH ANN GIBSON, Randolph. Teachers. CAROLYN (MERHAN Lcxiniiton ABriculturc RICHARD GILES. Tahle Rock. Teachers. ANN GILLIGAN. Lincoln. Teachers. .lOHN GILMtlRE. Omaha. Kniiineerini:. REVA .MAE GIITEI. MAN. Lincoln. Arts and Sciences. HAROLD lil.ADSTONE. Hempstead. N Y.. Ei cineeriin;. I ' HYLl.lS COHHER. Svracusc. Teachers. GEORGE OOHDE. Lincoln. Teachers. CHARLES GOMON. Norfolk. Arts and Sciences. DARLENE GOODDING. Linccdn. Arts and Sciences. MILDRED GOODMAN. Haslinits. Arts and Scien CONSTANCE GORDON. Lincoln. Arts and Sciencc-s. MARY SIE GORTON. Tecuinseh. IVac-lers. .lACK OOTTE. Dix. Airriciiliure. LLOYD GRAFF. Dalton. Aiiriculture FAYE (iRAHA.M. Helleville. Kails.. IVachers. LORENE GRAVER. Ainsworlh. Teachers. ARLENE GRAY. Lincoln. Tc-achcrs IRENE (iUEENWOOI). Nelson. Teachers. CLARA GREGERSEN. Norfolk. Aericnlture. .JOHN OREliORY. Ord. Arts and Sciences. WAYNE GREGOR . Ord. Husiness Adniinistraticui. ANN GRIFFIS. Omaha. Arls and Science. . JANET GRIMM, lllair. Husiness Adminislraticm. ROF.ERT GROFF. Oiniilia. Husiness Administration. EVA.IO GROIiAN. Fori Worth. Tex.. Arls and Sciences RICHARD GROSSHANS. Hastines. Encineerini:. GAYLE GITHERLESS. Hradv. Ak ' riciilture. (i ibson GooddinK Greeersen Page 213 r (-. ' ah I i • - I A ;«.vrui Hagan Hagemeyer Hale Hall. S. Hall, S. Ham Hamilton. C. Hamilton. iliiiiltiin II. 1 IlAllf-dck ilansoii Harden Hnrdinj: Harper Harris Harrison Hart Marvr . II lliirv.-v. l;. Haseliroock HasselbaUli Hays Hei.lelk Heier Helmstadter Heiii|iliill CLAKA CWYNX. C.idv. Arts and Scieni es. liKVKHLV IIACAN, Oiiiaha. Arts and Si ii-nc-s. RlTll H Al I K.MKYKli. Pauline. Teachers. Rt)HKKT HALE, l.in.dln. EnKineeriii). ' . SALLY 1L LL, Hiildret ' e. Arts and Sciences. SHIKLKY HALL. Lincoln. Teachers. WANDA HA.M. flay (enter. Ai:riciillure. CLIFF HAMILTON. Lincoln. Arls and Sciences. SHIRLEY H A.MILTO.V. .North Platte. . rts and Sciences. DO.NALl) HA:MMES. Omaha Arls and Sciences. PATRICE HAIIMONU. Lincoln. Teachers. MARY HANCOCK. Liiiioln. Teachers. HOWAKU HANSON. Herman. Hllsiness Administration. LrR. ANN HAKDKX, Lincoln. ABriculture. WENDELL HAKDINti. Lincoln. Arts and Sciences. DOROTHY HARPER. Lincoln. At ' ricullnre. .TAMES HARRIS. Omaha. Arts and Sciences. VIRGINIA HARRISON. Lincoln. Teachers. PAIRICIA HART. Lincoln. Hnsiness Administration. RICHARD HARTSOCK. Fremont. Husiness .Administration. HARRIETT H.ARVEY ' . Logan. Iowa. Teachers. RODNE HARVEY. Wauneta. Husiness Administration. ROUERT HASEBROOCK. West Point. Arls and Sciences. H. ROLD HASSELBALCH. St. Edward. Arls and Sciences. JOY ' CE HAYS. Lincrln. Arls and .Sciences. PHILIP HEIDELK. Fairbury, Hnsiness Administration. DONNA HEIER. ;reen- wood. Teachers. VERNITA HELMSTADTER. Omaha. Arts and Sciences. BARBARA HEMPHILL, Tekamah, Teachers. .lANlCE HEPPERL ' i. Denver, Colo., Teachers. Freshmen Be(oic ARLENE HERCENRADER. Lincoln. Teachers. ARLYCK HERCENRADER. Lincoln. Teachers. JANE HETHERIXGTON. Lincoln. Arts an.l Sciences. MARILYN HEUSEL. Cihbon. Acricnlliire .MICHAEL HICKEY. Lincoln. Arts and Sciences SHIRLEY ' HILD. Lincoln. Agriculture. MARCARET HINDS, Davenjiorl, Teachers. SHIRLEY HINES. Alliance. Arts and Sciences. DIANE HIN.MAN. North Platte. Teachers. JOYCE HOCK, Lincoln, Agriculture. ROBERT HOI ACRE. Holdrege. Arts and Sciences. JENNIE HOHNBAC.M. Waco. Teachers. .lOAN HOLDEN. Grand Island. Business Administration. HAROLD HOLLANDER. Omaha. Business Adminislralion. SUZANNE HOLMES. Kearney. Teachers. THEODCiRE HOLTGREWE Lincoln. Business .Vdniinistralion. CARROLL HOLTHl ' S, Bertrand. Business Administration. ROUERT HOOK, Rushville, Arts and Sciences. JAMES HOOVER. Lincoln. Arts and Sciences. DELORES HOI ' P. Hastings. Teachers. SISAN HOPl ' E. Lincoln. Teachers. NEIL HOPPENS. Harvard. Engineering. SHARON HORNING. Omaha. Teachers. CHERE HOIDERSHELDT. Wayne. Teachers. LAWRENCE HUBKA, Virginia. Teachers. Rl ' TH ANN HTCKINS. Harlan. Iowa. Business .Adminislralion. srZANNE HIDDLESTON. Omaha. Arts and Sciences. BARBARA HUDSON. North Loup. AL ' riciilliire. KICH.ARD HIEBNER. Plallsniouth. Business Adminislralion. GEORGIA HULAC, Omaha, Teachers. Hergenrader, A. Hergenrader, A. Hetherington H of acre Hohnbaum Holden Hoppe Hoppens Horning lleusel Hickey Hild Hinds, M. Hinds, S. Hinman Hock Hollander Holmes Holtgrewe Holthu.s Hook Hoover Hopp Hondersheldt Hubka Huckins Huddleston Hudson Huebner Hulac r o Page 214 .lohiiHon, A. .l»n« " . J. lluiil .lohnson, C. .loos •lohn oii, I . Kaliii liiL ' tTson .loliiison, F. Kniiiinski .liiiiif , T. Johnson. G. Kitrahatsos Johnson, J. Kftrnt ' tt Jennvn JohnHon, R. Kpi ' n e Jeiihky JohnKon, S. Kfiin .■l6oi ' « PUYM.IS HTMrUKKY. Atkinson. Apriiiilturi ' . CHARLES HIWLEY. Falls City. Arts and Sriencos. WAYNE HTNT. Unrohi. Hnsini Ks AHniin- i tralion. IHKNAI.n IMIC. Sfward. Ilushu-ss Aflniinistrarkm. ARLITA IN a KRSON. UmWv Pol.-. Tearlu-rs. TED JAMES, Na|MTviIli.. III.. Enifinwrini:. WILIJAM .lAMKS. l alir» r. Arls ami Si•i •lu■l• . MAKCiAKKT JENSEN. (V.iinril liliifrs. Iowa. ' IVa.IuTs. UK ' HAHl) JKNSKY. Rtis- kin. Arts an.l S.-ii-nrts. RHMAIU .IISKRA. Swanton. Airriniltnrt ' . (IJN ' roN JOHN. (Jrand I.slaml. Arts aiul Srion«i-s. ALAN .H»HNS» N. »Miaha. Arts and Srii»iuvs. CYRl ' S .H HNSt»N. Ainswortii. Hiishu ' ss Administration. 1 ()NALI JOHNSON. Alhimi. Ak ' ri.iijtnrt ' . FLORENTE JOHNSON, llerlrand. IVarh.Ts. CLAOYS JOHNS(»N. Omaha. Arts and Srieiires. JOYCE JOHNSON. Lin.uln. Arts and S.i.n...s. ROltERT JOHNS(»N. Cnun.il Itluffs. Iowa. Un ine.ss Admniislration. SALLY JOHNSON. Stanton. Riisint-ss Administration. WILLIAM JOHNSON. Fnniont. AkTiriiUurf. ;ARY JONES. HasIinL ' s. Enirin «rinc. JOANN JONES. WVst Point. Tt-arluTs. HEVERLY JOOS. Omaha. Arts and S ienrcs. J IE KAHN. Omaha. AL-ri.nItur» ' . ANDREW KAMINSKI. Lon|. City. Arts and Sricn.es. CEORlJE KARAHATSOS. Kairhnry. Arls and SriiMir ' s. Ronald KARNE ' IT. Otnaha. Itiisini ' ss Administration. JACK KEENE. LiniMiln. Enkrinccrinff. PH Y LLIS KE IM, Lincoln. Arts and Scicnre ' . PATKICIA KELLY. (Jrand Nland. IVarh -rs. Fresh resnmen € •Tuhiihon, W, Kvlly HrloK . HIRLEY KESULE. Lincoln, Agrinilture. MAX KEN.NEUY. Beatri.e. Tcarhers. LOIS KIECKHAFER. Plainviow, A)n-iculture. fHARLES KIEFIX. nmaha. Bii»in. ' ss Adniinistratinn. KARMA KIMBALL. Linroin, Tparhers. WILMA KI.XDHAKT. Oakland. Iowa. IVarhprs. ELIZABETH KINNIER. S|ialiliiii;. Acrirulliire. MARY ELIZABETH KIXSIXliER. Lin.oln. Arls ami S -ien.e.-. BARBARA KISSLEK. Lincoln. Arls an.l S. i en.es. CHAKLES KLASEK. Wilber. Aeri.ulliire. PHYLLIS K.NEKT. Ravenna. Arts an.l Sciences. JOE KOCH. Lin.oln. I ' liarniacv. WILLIA.M KOI.B. Lexington. Encineerinir. CHARLES KOLOFSKV. S.-..ltsliln(r. Business A.lniiiiislralion. MARCARET KONECi.NI. South Sionx Cilv. Tea. ti- ers WALTER KORFF. Hebron. Encineerini:. MARliXRET KORX. Lincoln, Tea.hers. PHYLLIS KORT, Bine Hill, Arls and Scien.es. VIXCKXT KRA.MPER. Dakota Citv, . Bricnllure. CLAIK KREY.MBOKi;. Xorth Platte. Tea.hers. PAIL KRISE. Omaha, Entineerinir. JOHX KICERA, David City. Business Administration. ARTHUR Kl ' HL. Rand.dph. EnKineerinc. BEVERLY KUXC, Wilher. Airricnllnre. .MAKSHALL KTSH- XER. Linroin, Arts and Sciences. CALVIX KVSKA. Omnlia. Asriculture. D. XIEL Kl " SK. . Chadron, EnKineerinir. PAUL LAASE, Linroin, Arts and Sciences. LEWIS L.AFLl.N, Lin.oln, Arts and S.ien.es. .lOAXXK LAMB, Liii.idn. Arls and Sciences. Kennedy Koch Ku.-cra o Kierkhafer Kolh K ' .lil Pl£ Kiffin K.ilufsky K ' ii..- ( Kiinhall KoiH-L ' ni K.iOu,..r Kindhart Kt.rfr 1 fiik ' -. V Kinnier K..rTi Kinsinf:er K..rl 0 , © KisKler K ram per iiMin Page 215 LjlllL ' IlM I.Hiii -y Lais.Mi I.arsiHi Luna Liiwlur Lear JjecliiitrliMiii L.H-. H. I..-P. .1 Leesi la-u ' i:. ' Lel.r Leisy LflHIul Lemmer Leinoii Leonard Lester Lewis Lilly Lindffren Lindly Linilstfadt Loder Loecker Logan Lothrop Lniidnii Low 1 ()XALD LANCAN. Columhus. Arts and Sciences. SIMON LAXTZY. Valley. Arls and SciiMi.i ' x. THO.MAS LARSEX. Lincoln. Business Adminis- tration. MARILYN LAKHON. Dakota ( " ity. Agriculture. KEX I.ATTA. Omaha, ArU and Si ieiues. .JOHN LAWLOR. Lincoln. Business Adminis- tration. ANN ' K LEAR. Ainsworth, Arts and Sciences. SHIRLEY LEDIXGHAM. Mitchell. Arts and Sciences. HELEN LEE. Brownlee. Atrrii-ul- ture. JACin ' ELIXE LEE. Brownlee. Agriculture. STANLEY LEESE. Lincoln. Arls and Sciences. .JOAN LEGGE. Omaha. Teachers. MARI- LYNN LEHR. Lincoln. Teachers. THOMAS LEISY. Wisner. Agriculture. SYLVIA LELANI). San Francisco. Calif.. Arts and Sciences. ROBERT l.EM.MER, Atkinson. Agriculture. JACK LEMON. Lincoln. Agriculture. DONALD LEONARD. Madrid. Iowa. Business Adminislralion. ELIZA liETH LESTER. Grand Island. Teachers. VERN LEWIS. Shuhert. Agriculture. THERESA LILLY. Lincoln. Teachers. PATRICIA LINlxiHE.N. Grand Island. Arts and Sciences. CONSTANCE LINDLY. Anselmo. Agriculture. .lAMES LINDSTEADT, Norfolk. Engineering. I ' ATRICIA 1-ODER. Wilinette. 111.. Arts and Sciences. DAROLD LOECKER. St. Helena. Agriculture. ROBERT LOGAN. Chadron. Business Administration. NORMA LOTHROP, Sioux City. Iowa, Arts and Sciences. PHYLLIS LOUDON. Lincoln, Teachers. DOROTHY LOW. Beatrice. Teachers. Fresh men Below CJIAKLES LOWRY, Columhus. Business Administration. MARNIN LUCAS. Unadilla. Engineering. EARLENE LUFF. Lincoln. Agriculture. RICHARD LYNCH, Kearney. Pharmacy. PHYLLIS LYONS, North Platte, Agriculture. SHIRLEY LYSINGER, Grand Island. Business Admin- istralimi. HAROLD LY ' TLE. Rock Port. Mo., Agriculture CHARLES Mi-AFEE, Wi.-hila, Kans., Engineering. AUDREY MrCALL. Red Cloud. Teachers. BARBARA McCORMICK. Omaha. Arts ami S.-iences. CAROL McCOWN. Beatrice. Teachers. WILMA Mc-CRAY. Fullerlon. Teachers. MARIAN MCCULLOCH. ScottshluflF. Arts and Sciences. MARY .TAXE M.CULLOUGH. Brady. Teachers. -lOAN MiELROY. Grand Island. Teach- ers. ROSANNE Mclaughlin, Grand island. Arts and .Sciences. ELEANOR .M. MULLEN, Stella, Agriculture. KATHLEEN McMULLEN. Lin- coln, Kngineering. ADELAIDE MACKEY. Ansley. Agni-ullure. BRI ' CE MACKEY. Lincoln. P.nsincss Administration. MARY MACKIE. Omaha. Teac-hers. RI ' SSELL MADISON. South Siou.x City. Agt-ic ulture. ROGER MALLER. Oaklanrl, Arls and Sciences. SALLY .MALLORV. Lincoln. Teachers. MARILYN MANGOLD. Bennington. Arls and Sciences. TACK M. XX1XG. Cascarle. Agricnllure ANGELO M.iNZlTTO. Omaha. Arls and Sciences. GLORIA MARKS. Omaha. Arls and Sciemes. .MARY ELLEN MARO.MIK. York. Agri.ulture. BENNETT M.VHriN. Lincoln, Engineering, Lowry McCown Ma.-kie Lucas M.Cray Madison Luir McCulloch Mailer Lynch MrruIIouirh Mallnry Lyons M.EIroy Mangold Lysinger M(I,autrhlin Maiiiiint: Lytic M.Mullen. E. Mnn ifto McAfee McMullen, K. Marks MrCall Mai ' key. A. Mh rondo Mcrorniic Ma.key. fi Martin r .f if - r P Ik 7 r 1 V 0 H O a f C V Page 216 1 i.dL Mii ' titei D ikii. Miniiick Mlcyiu-k Mill.T. E. Mnuk Milllpiti Miller, K Mork Mill.T. I.. .M.MMri.-( M.-.lii,h Milli-r. M. lunisinilli M. Uill.- Mill.T. T. .Miiiilu ' iinuT.v .Mill.T. V. .M.i.i.lv Abovf CHARl.ir WALTKR . rl HIl ' l INK .MKI MKYKKS KI.VA M THOMAS ltilsine .s Olimha. A .•ultiiri ' •IKKO.MK n ' K MASOX. MAri ' H. H«; .• .i.-ii.-...s. K() .VI.N. .S„ulh .s .Miniitjiri . . ir II.I.KK. Ilri.k. Mll.l.KK. Ill .-Vtlfniiiistniliitn Htiil . ri. ' n.: Kl.TOX .MUM MOOKK. Oiiin Linroln, Tpachers. KLOYD MASOX. York. EiiKinperiiii.-. MARIIAX MATTHEWS, I,ok«m. I. w«. Ari kimI Srienrrn. sselt. Iliisiiuvs.s Adiiiinislrnliiin. MYROX MAfl ' IX. Xonh I ' lmto. Itnsini ss .VdininiKlriilinii. UO.N.M.I) .M.VXKY. l inrnln. HKRT .MEKHAX. Liii.olii. Arts iin.l S.ifiui ' s. WII, 1,1AM M K1,V I l,I..K. Itn.k.-ii It.i.i. Itusiii.-Ns A.liMirii»lnitiiiii. CATHKK imix Cilv, Ai:ri.ultnr,.. I ' KKKY MEYER. Unnirofl. Arts iithI .s.i.Mi.-. ' s. KKX MEYER. I ' hilliiis. AL-riiiilliiri ' . THEODORE ri.iilluro. .lOEL .MIEKER, OiiinliB. ArK iin.l . iifiir. ' . EMZAItEI ' H MILLER. Sioux EaiK. S Dak.. Arts hihI S.iiMii .•». •II II. i«. Airrii iiltunv LOIS MIM.KR. CliH.lniii. U.lsilu■ A.lniiiiislralimi. MARTHA I.EE MII.I.ER. I.in.-.ilii. ' IVa.li.Ts. Iuiii) ii . Kusin. ' s. ' i Ailiniiiistralion. V. I EN MILLER. I ' ali ail.-. Arl hiwI .Siit ' iic.-,. II.LI. M .MILLER. St.Tlini:. I ' .ilii.. .lAMES MIXIKTS. Oiualm. ll.isiin-s.s A.liniTii»lr«ti..ii. THO.MAS .MIXNICK. Caiiihri.li.-. ' . Ti-a. Ii.t . LoREX .MLEYXEK. o . ERAXK MNIK. Oinalia. Arisi an.l Sii.ii.cs. MARY .MOCK. S|.riiii.-vi. ' « . Tea.h.rN. ' AI)A .MOXfRlEF. EIwimmI. AtTi- SMITH. Lii.iiilh. .VrlH ami Siiimres. ,IE. X MOXTIiO.M ER Y. Liii.olii. Au ' riiulliir. ' . WAYXE MOODY. Aiilmni. AkTi.iillurf ha. . rlx ami .s.-icnces. Fresh resnmen Itrloii MAR.IORIK .MORAN. Liniolii. Arts and S.iciin-s. .Pl " .)nH .MoRi;AX. Simlli Sii.nx Cilv. Ti ' a.h.T . RISSEL .MORIiAX. EIw.hmL ArK an.l Sri- .-n.-.- . .?ACK .MORROW. Allian.. ' . EnirinciTinii. KRKD MOSIIIKR. Onialia. Itii.siiif.-s Adiiiiiiislralion. HENRY MILLEX. Cniir..dKvill. . ! ' «., Eiiiriii. ' iTinc -MARY .MlLLHiAX. Davi.l Cilv. I ' liarina. v. SHIRLEY Ml ' RrilY. Liiunlii. Arts and S.i.Mi.Vs. RAY.MOND XEA.MAN. Oiiialia. Arl» and Siim.e.s. IIICKY LOT XEDROW. Hartinu ' l.m. Ai- ' ri. ullur.-. SHAROX XEKE. HridL ' i ' porl. Toarlier.s, liLEXX XEI.SOX, (Viilral Cilv. Arl.s and S.icn.i ' s. HOWARD NELSON. Ilerlraii.l. Airri.ul ' uri-. .lOHN XELSOX. Xidiraska lilv. ' IVailiers. LAIRA NELSON. ll.irw. M. Acri.iillnrp. RONALD NELSON. Onmlia. Eiii:in. ' .Tin.r. WILLIA.M NELSON. Millard. Ilusiiie.s.s A lininislrali..n. .lOSElMI NICHOLSON. Hi ' alri.-. ' . l!ii»in. ' s» Adniiiiisiration. .loHN NIEIIAIS. Sii|..Ti.T. Arts an.l Sii.ii.es. .MARY .lEAN NIEHAl ' S. ll.il.lr. ' LV. Acri. ultur.-, .lOIlN NILSSON. Omaha. Ak ' ri .■iilnir.. HIROSHI NOHARA. Unskul.i- T.nMi. .Mivak... r.usiiioss A.liiiiiiistralion. LAWRENCE NORDHIES. Rari.|.il|.h. ETiciii. ' iTini:. MILTON XORSWORTHY. IJothfnhiire. EiiL-inoiTiii),-. JANET Xl ' S.S. Suiioii. Arl.s and S.-icnrcs. COX.STAXCE NYE. ttcallala. T. ' a.li T». VIRUIXIA XYE. KpArnp.v. Tva.-liiTs. HELEN OAKES. Salem. Biiainps.s Adli.ini.slralinn. ALEXE 0( HSXER. Madimn. AKrinilliire. XEALA O ' UELL. Soulh Sioux City. Tcarhers. M.-.v.r. I ' Mill.T. W. .M.HTl- Morsnn. ,1. Morcan. R. .M..rr.) v Mushier .Mullen Mullikran Murphy .N. ' ainali Xe.lrow .N. ' lMn, G. Xel,s.)n. H. Xel.son, .T. Xelflon. L, Xelsoli. K. Xels.m. W. Nirhol»on Niehaiis. J. Xiehalia, M X.iliara X..r.MMi.- N..rs«,,rtliv Xi. s Xy.-. r. Nye. V. Oak.-s O, hsiuT o-n.M Page 217 Oehrinf life Ogden O ' Hanlon Ullemlurf Olson Orr Osborn Osborne Otillitnu Overholl I alnier Parclien Park Pasek I ' attersoii Paulsen. G. Paulsen. P. Peclia Pedersel Peters, R Peters. R. Peterson. M. IVtersoii. X. Peterson, R. E. Peterson. K. L. I ' feiler Pfister I ' fluL- Phillipp Above CEHALD OEHRIXG. Lincoln. Teachers. CAKL OKE. Plattsmoiith. Business Administration. MARLEXE OGDEX. Lincoln. .Sericulture. .- ARA .lA.N ' E O ' HAXLOX Hlair. Teachers. LOUIS OLLENDORF. Montezuma. Iowa. Eusineerinc. DALE OLSOX. York. At-riculture. .JACyTELIXE OHH. Dakota Cilv. Teachers. ROBERT OSBOKN. Cnlumbus. Business Administration. ALL.W OSHORXE. Omaha. Arts and Silences. .LAMES ori ' HOfSK. Loup Citv. Business Administration. DONALD OVERHOLT. Omaha. Arts and Sciences. JERRY PALMER. Tekamah. AKriculture. WILLIAM I ' ARPHEX " Lincoln. Business Administration. ELDOX PARK. Lincoln. Busine.ss Administration. MARY AXX PASEK. Beatrice. Arts and Scienies fAROL PATTERSOX, Lincoln. Teachers. GLEXX PAULSEX. Omaha. Engineerint;. PHVLLLS PAI ' LSEX. Lincoln. Teachers. KollKRT PErUA Lincoln. Business Administration. MARILYX PEDERSEX. Lincoln. Teachers. FLETCHER PETERS. San Antonio. Tex.. Uuvincss Administration. RICHARD PETERS. Atlanta. Ga.. Business Administration. MAXINE PETERSOX. Amelia. Agriculture. XAXCEE PEIKRSOX Omaha. Teachers. ROBERT E. PETEHSOX. Lincoln. EnKineering. ROBERT L. PETERSOX. Omaha. Arts and Sciences. WILLIAM PKEILER. Lincoln. Arts and Sciences. MELIXI).- PFISTER. Steinauer, Agrictilture. .lOAX PFLl ' G. Xorfolk. Arts and Sciences. LARRY PIIH.LIPPI. Lexington. Engineering. Fresh men Jielotv .lACK PHINNEY Mitchell Arts and Sciences. MARTILA PKARD. Geneva. Arts and Sciences. El ' tlENE PIERSOX. Genoa. Agriiulture. VIR- GIXIA PIKKSOX Lincoln. Teachers. ROBERT PINKERTOX. Kimball. Arts .ind Sciences. CHRISTINE Pl ' OXKA. Lodge Pole. Teachers. ELSIE PLAINER Xavasota. Tex.. Arts and Sciences. .lAMES PLIHAL. Pawnee City. Arts and Silences. RENEE PLOTKIX. Omaha. Teachers. .II ' DITH POLLOCK Stanton. Teachers. .lOAXN POLSOX. Lincoln. Agriculture. ROGER POND. Lyons. Arts and Sciences. VIRGINIA POPPE. St .Ios,.|,h Mo. Teachers PATRICI. POSTMA. South Sioux Citv. Arts and Scienies. RA.MON PRED. Lyons Arts and Sciences. SARA PRICH- ARI) Falls Citv. Agriculture. .lACK PI ' LEC. Crete. Arts and Sciences. DARRELL PILS. Elwood. Pharmacy. XAXCY PfMPHHEY. Wisner. Arts and Scieni-es. ROBERT PYCHE. Lincoln. Teachers. RAY gCACKEXBUSH. DeWitt. Agriculture. .MARGARET RAIXFttRTH. Doniphan. Agriculture. RCTH RAKOW. Ponca. Agriculture. CAROLEE RAMEY. Aurora. Teachers. .lERALD RAMSDKI.L. Sutton. Business Administra- tion. BARBARA RAC.N. Denison. Iowa. Agriculture. GEORGE READY. Hartington. Business Administration. EDW.ARD REBMAN. Republican Cilv. Agriculture. BEVERLY RECKEWEY. Linioln. Teachtrs. SHARON REED. Lincoln. Agriculture. Piiinney I ' iranJ Pierson. E. PitTson. V. Pinkerlun I ' ivoiika Plainer Phhal Plolkin Pollock Poison I ' ond Poppc Poslina Pred Prichard Paler Puis Puniphrey Pyche Qiinrkonhiisli Rniiiforth Kackow Raniey RniimdHl Kami Ki-arly Rohm an R( ' ikp vi»y Reod : Page 218 r? r-v o p c . i(k i vV ' O f» f P 9 i xkJ J rti ' i- iinr tl Kilpy ItiN ' itiMiii-k Kt-il- ' hnt ' i ' iiT Kiiiirlf lv -ni hnr ' ll iih. ' i. .i ItlilHTts |{ II i KolKTl.-ion, H. SntiHlkn KoVirrUnM, V. Koliilthull S«li .liiirv Siiinpli JOAN KKKSK. K«rriii:ul. limn. ' IVikIiit . ROUKRT RKICH AKDT. IiiiiH-rinl. lliisiiu-ss Ailiiiiiii lrnlioii. JOAN H KI KSCH NKI HKK, tliiinliH. Acri riilliir,- SISAN KKIXHAKDT. S.i.tlslili.ff. Arls uiiil S.irnics. NANCY UK..M I NCTdN, Linrolii. TcailKTs. KAI.K FJKYNI II.HS, si. I ' siil. Afri.iil- lur.-. .TANKT KHKA. guiiiiliv. Iowa. AL-riiulliiro JAMS KHKA. yniuiliv. Inua. Atriiiillurc. DOI.dKKS KIIOADKS. llUir. Arls bikI S.iciin . KK ' HAKl) KlfK. I.iiHolii, ltll ine A.liiiinislrMliuii FRANCIS RICHARDSON. Shrridan. Wvo.. Arl.s and Sii.iir.s. CI.AIRF. RII-KY. I ' i.-r.-. ' . 1 ' harina.v .lANICK RINCl.K. (Iiiiaha. IVa.lM-rN. MARVI.Ol " RIPS. Oinalin. Arl niiil Siiciuf.s. PATRICIA ROACH. Sinux Cilv. I««a. ' IVa. Iut». HOI-K ROIIIl. l.vwcIlcM. Arls and S.i.-n.-.-s. ALICK ROIIKRTS. Y(.rk, Art hihI S.ienr. ' s. HAROLD ROIIKRTSOX. Iloalriii ' . Kncint-.-rini:. 1R (ilNIA ROIIKRTSOX. Si .u.x Kails. S. Dak.. Itusiness Adiniiiislralion. MARY ROltlNSOX. H .ldr. ' i.v. Arls and Srifn.-,.s. UARTON ROCHMAN. Oinalia lliisiness Adniiiiislralion. MARII.YNN ROF..MMICK. I.in.oln. Arls and Siirnii ' s. KI.IZAIIKTH ROHWKR. Fori Callunin. Arls and S.i- M.(.-s .MARILYN ROSK. Xnrlh IMalle. Arls and Srifnics. AXN ROSS. I.inroln. Arls and Sricmrs. (iKORfiK RTSSKLL. Linrnln. Arts and Sri,Mi,.-. ROItKRT RISSKLL. Fullrrli.n. Iliisiness Adininislralion. CAROL SAHATKA, Val|iarai! i , I ' lierina.v. KI.AIXK SAI.ISltl ' R Y, KI«o. d, Tra.li.rs IIKRTRAXD SAMl ' LK. Madison. S. Dak.. Ti-a.h.-rs. Fresh men DONALD SAMPSON. IVnIral Cilv. Hiisiness Adininislralion. NANCY SANDKRS. Oakland. Arls and S.i..ni-es. (ILORIA SAII.TS (Jordini An- and SrifiUfs. Dl ' DLKY SAVILl.K. Lin.oln. Kni:ine.-rini:. SISAX SCHANTZ. Fairlield, Iowa. T. ' ailifrs. PAVLA SCHARMOX. Siroiiishuri:. Trachem. liCORliK SCHKER. Madison. Hiisin. ' ss Adniinislralioi,. lUU ' CE SCHLAKHITZ, I,iii (dn. Husini ' ss Adniinislralion. RollKRTA SCHMIDT. I.inroln. Tca.luTs. .lOYCK SCHXKIDKR. York. Arls and SciiMiios. PHYLLIS SCHOCK. Lin.nln, Tt-ailu-rs FLORA SCHRIKR I.inroln. Tearhers. VERA SCHRODER. Cram. Arls and Srionrrs. FRANK SCHICHART. Omaha. Arls and Srirnrvs. ROIIERT SClirEIZ Itridcriurt. Arts and Srirnres MARTHA SCHl ' STKR. Haslincs, Arls and Srirnrrs. DONALD SCOTT. Asliland. Husiiifss Adininislralicoi FRED SEiiER. Omaha. Trarht-rs MARILYN SEHNERT, Hildriee. Airririillnrr. i;l.oRIA SELL. I.inroln. Arts and Sricnrrs. .lA.MES SENKHEII. Crand Island. Trarhrrs NORMA SETZKORN. Linroln. Tearhrrs. FAYE SHRADER. Omaha. T.arhrrs. SALLY SIECK I.inroln Tearhrrs DONALD SILVERMAN. Omaha. Arts and Srionres. RAY.MOND SIMMONS. Omaha. AKrirultiir.-. DI ' AXE SIMON. Falls Cilv Encinwrin;.- STAN SIPPLE. Xfhraska City. Ilnsinrss Administration. VARY EI.I.EX SLAtiI.E. Linroln. Arls and Srirnrcs. ROXAI.II S.MAHA ' . Wil it... III.. ItiisinrsK AdminiKtraiion. Sand r Srhrier Setzkorn Sanll.n SrhnMler Shrader Savilli- Srhuoharl Siwfc SrhanlK Srhucli Silverman Srharnion Srhiister Siniinons Srh«T SrotI Simon C ' C) o c V e ' i:. J 1 II CL SrhlRpbiU ScKiT Sipple Si-lilnidt Srinicidcr Svliiirrt Sell SISKle Smalia Mk C 0P V Page 219 Snow- Stake Stockwell siiycUT Ktasrh Stoddard I ' Q f Stelilik Siorm ( -■ I ' l ' jiriiiaii Steinberg: Stoiip k Stelzer Strand Above KOliER C " SMITH. Ogallala. Business Administration. KOCEK JI. SMITH. Linroln. Business Administration. SABRA SMITH, (iolhenhiire. TeailUTS sfrAKT SXOW Rlendale. Calif.. Agriculture. MAK.IOKIE SXYUEK. Fremont. Agriculture. KAY SUMMERS. Lincoln. Business Ad ministration. .JOYCE SONGSTER. Lincoln. Business Ailn inistration. ROBERT SI ' EAKMAN. Ainswortli. Art.s and Sciences. JEAX SPEIDEL. Wil.-ov Arts and Sciences. ECHO SPERLIXC. North Loup. Arts and Scien es. .lERRY SPITZER. Omaha. Arts and Sciences. BEKXARI) Sl ' RAlJL ' E Red Cloud Arts and Sciences. LOIS SRB. Lincoln. Teachers. I)ON. LI) STAKE. Adams. Engineering. MARY STASCH. Kilgore. Agriculture. .lAXET STEFFEX. Norfolk. Teachers. SHIRLEY STEHLIK. Wilher. Teachers. ARTHUR STEIXHERC. Omaha. Arts and Sciences. HERBERT STELZER Seward, Business Administration. .JISIIX STERX. Omaha. ISusine. is Administration. PAUL STEl ' BE. Auburn. Pharmacy. ROSE STIFFLER Louisville Agriculture. MARY JANE STILLINGER. Columbus. Arts and Sciences. .lERE STOCKWELL. Hartington. Engi- neering PACL STODDARD. Ord. Arts and Sciences. KENNETH STONE. Lyons. Agriculture. HAROLD STOKM. Omaha. Arts and Sciences. THOMAS STOrP. Sioux Cil.v. Iowa. Business Adminislralion. WILSON STRAND, Centerville. S. Dak.. Teachers. MARCIA STRANSKY. Milehell, S. Dak.. Arts and Sciences. Fresh men lielou- MARY STUANSKY. Lincoln. Business Administration. I ' dLLVANNA STRATI ' ON. Iloldrege. Teachers. GEORGE STREET. Omaha. Engineering. MARLEXE STROH. Lincoln. Arts and Sciences. THOMAS STROID. livannis. Business Administration. ROBERT STKVKEE. Omaha. Arts ami Sciences. SHIRLEY Sl ' KSTORF. Colon. Agriculture. .lOHN SCLLIVAN, Erie, Pa.. Arts and Sciences. JAMES SU.MNER. Lakeland. Fla.. Art.-, and Sciences. JOHN SUXDSTROM. Ponca. Business Administration. HETTY SWANSON. Wausn. Teachers. SIDXEY SWEET. Hartington. Arts and Sciences. DELORES SWENSON. Downers Grove. 111.. Agriiiilture. CHARLES SWINGLE. Lincoln. Business Administration. DAX SWIT- ZER. Holmesville. Engineering. CHARNEV TAUB. Omaha. Teachers. BARBARA TE.MPLETOX. Lincoln. Arts and Sciences. JEAN THOMAS. Linioln. Teachers. MARVIN THOMPSOX. Laurel. Agri-iiUurc. JAMES TIERNAX. Long Beach, Calif.. Pharmacy. MARLENE TILLER. Alliance. Agriculture. JOHN TILLY. Goodland, Kans.. Arts and Sciences. CHARLENE TIMMONS. Benedict. Agriculture. WILLIAM TOMEK. Table Rock Agriculture. BARBARA TOOLEY. Central Citv. Teachers. HETTY TOPLIFF. Lincoln. Teachers. HARVEY TOWNSEND. Albion. Agricul- ture. JAXIS TRAVERT, Lincoln. Agriculture. JAMES TRACY, Denver, Colo., Teachers. CAKR TKCMBll.l. s. ..rtsl.lniT Aris „„.| s, icn.es. ■ Iransky Sw anson iill.-r f St rat ton Sweet Ti lb- Street Swell son ' riiiiiiioiis Stroll Swinjrle Tomek r Stroud S it cr To.,lc Siryker Taub Topliff Sukstorf Templeton Townsend Sullivan Thomas Trabert ( © £ Page 220 V o r I At Turnquiht Vui«ir Welwr, J. I ' lie V rli l WcIkt. V. it. i: f riUtrviii Abott DALE TrRXKK, l.iii.i.ln. Arr, hii.I .s.l.■ll.l■ . MAKILYN TIKM I l i i.iik,.. Alii, ullnr. ' MAfilAX t ' UK. i.run.i i-iai,.i LYX n.LSTKOM. Uinnhn. Iln iiuvss Ailiiiiiii»lr«lioii, .lOV CXIiKK. l.in.nlii. Ilushu ' s A.lnuiii lniliiiii. HKI.KX r ' ri ' KKHACK. Art. nv s.i,.iiic . .IKAN VAN Al ' KKX. L.. iiii,Mnii. Tc«rl„.r . .MAK.KIKIK VAX CHdXl X(; KS. AllaI . IVorliiTs. MAY VAX I I ' : , .KlAX VK( H. i-iliir lihiffx. ' IVacluTs. CHAKI-OTIK VKTA. Torriiiuion. Wvii.. Itiisiii,- s AillriiTiislr«li in. IIAkci !■ 1 Sii..iM-,.s. .loV WAIIIAL. Oiiinha. Tcaih.Ts. KOI.AXI) WAtiXKR. I.iiiiolii. Arts nii l S.i.i.. ,-s. IIAKIIAKA WAII 1.. HTf. KATMRVX WAI.KXSKV. Siimx Cilv. luwa. Arts anil S ieii.i-.s. .lA.MKS WAI.SH. Siuux il . l..«a. llii»iii.-ss Nni; v UAI.STOX, Alliaii.,., IVa.li.rs. I.II.A WAXKK. Willn-r. Tea.liers. JACK WAKKICK. .M. ' a«li » Cn.v.-. lliisin.-ss Ailiiinils Al.l WKKIl Uartlrv. TeaohiTs. JAMES WEIiKK. Hol ' lr-w. Airrirulliirc. WILLIAM WEHEK, Wiliufllc. 111.. Ilusiiifss AilmiiiislrBl WKIMlKKti-. Omaha. Arls ami Siiriii os. MARY JANE WKIK. Sioux Cil.v. Iowa, ' IVa.licrs. HAV WEXK. .MailiMUi. S. Dak.. ' IVa. Iicr. WEXKE. Linroln. Ilu. inf.vs Aijliiini.slralion. ELDEX WESELV. (.•ilar UluflTs, ARriculMiro. lilCH.MU) E.- TI X, Cliiiaha. Hii»iiics.» DDXXA WETZEL. Linrohi. Teailiers. LSTUO.M. Oak- vV liiiini ' traliiiii. .Iraliuii. IMIX- ion (iEKALl) . HAKKIETT Adiiiinisiration. Fresh ii Vnsift fiii-rliBck aiiAitki ' ii ' an(ironintfit Vanlluriif Vecli WalilNtroiii Walliiisk.v Wakh WaUton Wani ' k Warrirk Weir Wiiik Wfiikf Wci-ly WeMlii W.-U.-I men MtLLEK WHITHAM. Omaha. Arts and Srionre.s. ELIZABETH WIIITLOCK, Allisnre. Tearhcrs. MARY WHITMoKE. Liiiroln. Toarhi-rs. XAXrV WHITMORE. Milchi-11. T.-arheri;. URAXT WHITNEY. Ainsworlh. IMiarniarv. JUDITH WIEHE, Linrolii. Arts and .S.-icii -es. HARLAX WIEDEK.Sl ' AX. Liiiroln. UnsinesM Adminislration. DIEDRIfH WIECAXI). Koarncv. Arts and S.iiMi. i-s. E ERETT WILKIXS. Mrfook. Arts and Srien.rs. DONALD WILLIAMS. I.in.oln. Bn ini .ss Adminislratinn. KATHLEEN Wil.SOX. Wollin, h. Arls and Siicnrrs. WILLIAM WIL- SON. On-eon. Mo.. Acriiulturo. .lAXET WILTSE. Falls Cilv. Arls and Sricncus. .MARCAUET WIXCHESTER. Lin.oln. Ti arhcrs. I ' ACLA WITHEY. Omaha. AK ' rirnllnrr. (U ' S WOLF. Omaha. Arts and Sii.-n.es . MARIiARET WOOD. Chath.iin. X J.. Arts an.l S.i.-nrcs. CLEMENTINE WOSTER. riallsmonlh. T.-a.-h.-rs. CHARLES WRIlillr. S.-olIshlnrt " . Arts an.l S. i.-n.-.-s WAYNE WKUillT. Allinn.i-, Arts and Srienri-s. ROY WYTHERS. Lin.oln. Hnsincss A.lminislrati.in. ROCKKORD YAI ' I ' . Manhattan, Kans.. Ak ' ri.-iiltiirc. ,IERR YEAIJER. Haslincs. Art.s and S.iiMi.cs. JOANNE YEAtJER. Omaha. T.a.h.rs RICHARD YOST. LaCrossf. Wis.. Arls and S -ion -..s. LYLE YOlX(!. Saruvnt. Itnsinoss Administration. ROIIEKT YOl " N(;. li.-atri.. ' . Eni;in.-,rini:. HELEN ZIEROIT. Lone Hearh, Calif.. Arls and Scienrcs. MARY ANN ZIMMERMAN. Linrnln. ArU •nd Srii-n.- s. JO ANNE ZI ' CKKR. S.-rilnu-r, Arts and Si-iin.-fs. k ' hitham Whillo ' k i " ilson, K. Wilson. W. Whitinor. ' . -M. Wilts.- Whitinorp. X. Wini ' he.sler V.i.L-- r t Whitney Withey Wii ' ho Wolf Wiedors|ian Wood ■ " . II.- i; Wi. ' iran.l W..ster Wilkins ' illiamK Wricht. C. WriL ' hI. W. f t f Hi 1 Sf J A it i Page 221 UJ ._CJ HUSKER ALL-AMERICANS • • Hhv ( I ' .iihi Wcllci- ' I ' T All-. I ( ' ncii II liirkji . (11(1111 I ' resiiell ' 28 .1 -.I iiirrirrni hiirk. Aldiizn ( Lon) Stiner ' 3 .I -.1 iiirricnu tiirkJr. E v;il(l ». Stielini Ciiiirli (,( till iicar — 1913. T);nia X. Bible Hi kiKiwurd foothaJl i-diicli ' 2!l- ' o . LawrpiK ' O (Biffi Jones Riisi BinrI frnm conch ' i L Henry F. Seliultp InlcrnaiioiHiUij famuiis li-m-l; coach ' ' 19- ' 38. Page 224 All-Aiiii ririiii biicli. 1 1, II I i iiii S.iiii . Kriiiicis ' . " {S . ll-. iin rinni linrk. il;ir i i limit ' -):; iitiiiiKil ))iili mil 1 1 rhiimpiiiu ' 11 (iiiy Cliaiiilicrljiin " l " ! .[Il-Aiiii ririni hiick anil mil. i Page 225 l.au ii ' iH ' c Kly ;i7 AH-Ai»iriciin crnter. llujrli l{li.-!i ' :!•_ All-Ainrriidii tackle. Roliiml Loi-Ue ' 27 Present worlfrs record holder of 220-iiard dash — full ciirre. • • • from BENEDICT to • • Kay Ik ' ii.-ilict ' its Alf-Aniericaii hack. Sophomore All-American . . , If m Bobby Reynolds 1. All-American offensive halfback — Associ- ated Press, Grantland Rice Look magazine, All-Players, Helms Athletic foundation. Football Xfics. 2. All-American defensive halfback — Interna- tional News ser ice. 3. Establishe l mo lern national scoring record — I.jT points. 4. Set Big Seven scoring and mshing records. 5. Big Seven sophomore of the year and player of the year. Charles Toogood. AU-conferenee tackle Donald Strasheim. AH-conferemce guard Francis Xagle. All-conference quarterback ■ " age 226 Athletic Board Tin Htlilftic linanl is res|M»n iltlf for coorilinat- insi tlie atliletif «l» ' |tarlnKMit witli I ' niviTsity poli- cii ' s. Thf m-iu ' ral plan for liaii iliii inttTi-olIcsjiatc sports is fornu ' W liy thf l oanl. St-atinijof stiiiU ' iit at s;anu ' s. use of tlii- athletir jiiant, pricf of tirki-ts ami tilt assifninu ' tit of jolis to tlu ' various coaflu ' s fall umlfr tin- jiirisilirtion of tills irroup. • •n the ri ' roiunu ' nilation of tin- athlctir (lirt-rtor. tlu btmnl hiri ' s all I ' liiversity coaflu-s. The srroup also controls thf tiiiaiiciiii; of the intercollejriate sp irts program ami the use of athietie receipts. The itoanl is composed »f eiirht faculty n-pre- seiitatives ami aliini ni associates. Athletic Hiriftor (Jeorire Potsy Clark act as a coonlinator l et veen the athletic Inianl ami the athletic department. He presents all recommen- dations of the University or the athletic ilepart- raent before the Iniard. . iriiM ' i- icr- ' -tiri— ii.iiiM ' ' ii 1 .ii :ii ' -N , I ' lmiii-ii Bi ntU ij. l.t tntndnir.tki. Clork, Kit in. Athl.-tic i;.i;inl Vtan FuUbrook. D. WooHn. A. - . L utituhitntki. Dr. Irelaml. Dr. Btggs, y. MuiUfr. Dfnn Borgnmnn. Dr. Frankforier. Page 227 ?o. So a JJiiL-L ' j:: : ]i. IMicli ' v. 1 ' . Voun ' . G. Ak-xaiuk-r. 1). . U ' issiR-r, J. Curraii, A. JoIui mh, K. Lan Third row: K. Jones. T. Harley. B. Yarwood. F. Nagrk ' , B. Maxe, P. Hughes. Second row: R. Ru isei. H. Gilliland. B. Mueller, A. Bauer, R. Hoy. D. Rnuh, A Hillman, Front row: D. Cooper. E. Craren, L. Kehl. W. Spellinan, D. Strasheini, H, Ceeh, G. Hill. C. A. Dutiavan. ToOKOocI , N Club Ll ' (1 liy l ' rcsi(k iit llciiiv ( ' ct-li, tlu ' Vav- sity N chill ciiii ' atied in various activities iliirinu the year. ' I ' lic most importaiil nl ' tlicsi ' was tiic Dick llnttim Scli(ii;ir liiii ruiid in nu ' inory of the ui ' cat Huskcr atli- Ic ' to. Tlif award was made |i(issililc liy sjjonsoriiig and scllinu- tickets tn llic ninxic, " Footl)all Hit;ldiii-lits. " Tlic iiTou)) also stayed liaU ' tinic cnlcr- taiiinirnt at liasl ct liall iianics. Ainuso- iiKiits lanucd I ' nmi iiarallcl Kar cxpcrls In a liaskctliall contest ]ilayed liy tdotliall stars. Kacli lootliail uanie was started witli a ]iirit line nl ' X clnli men. ' I ' lieir sprini;- acti ' ities iiiclnded an initiation cer- einduy, liani|net ami dance at the ridoii. .Mniilicr Expliiins N (. ' iuli Trdpiiics lliishi r IkiII of fame. Jk ' iiry Ci ' cli llcfids Officers IScarlcf lefter-wearers meet. Page 228 (iridilt-r -Miixr Slmws Missouri X ' ictory I ' x ' ll to Wrestler In Xebraska possession for first time in six yearf,. On Aniiisticc (lay. wnr tlnnl honnnil. Laid Section Greets Ilospitalized Uiek Ilutton by T ' Batul. pep section adiuou-lcflrje form) r lluskrr star. Game Captain Don Bloom Leads Team onto Field Aish for athletts formed bjj .V f ' hih. Page 229 II HUM II 11 w II III HUH II I ■I M i Jiark row: G. Hancork, L. Kehl. C. Paulson, D. Devries. L. Andersen, D. Wakeinan. I. Epstein. Front row: F. Piccolo. Cheerleaders The eheovleader system was revised tliis yem- to resemble the once-traditiojial all-iiiale s(|iiad. The training- of the gTouii was an iiitci-|-elated process supervised !» ■ ad is(ii-y hoard inciiiliers, each of wliom had a si)ecitic ' joh. ' i ' he yell king- was directly in charge of all s(|uad work-outs: the gymnastics coach helped with special skills such as the s])ringboard score count after touch downs; the speech director tiained voices for yelling; the liand director helped cooidinate yells Avith the l)aud nnisic; the Student council maintained all records and the directoi- of ath- letics i)rovided for uniforms and eipiipnient. Ti-aining began innnediately after spi-ing ti ' y- outs wiieii the cheerleaders were selecte(|. Fraid IMccolo, yell king, and Brick Paulson, alternate, directed the year ' s work-outs. Cheerleaders Kclil. Tubbs ' (iyunuistics .Marked Score Audience ttibulntis xrurc irilh iiuiiniiaiir count. Page 230 Coach oacnes Head t ' (nitl)all coacli. Bill (rlassfonl, ami h ' assistants (IcstTvc inucli credit for tin- lliiskcrs liiufli mark on t)u list of iiiitstaiiiiiiiu national fodtltall tiani . Tlic VJ ' A) ( ' ornliuskcr s |nail I)laci ' tl sfc in l in tin- Biy " Seven coiifeii ' iu-e — second to llie nation ' s niiinlier one team, tlie klalioiiui Sooners. Assistin.u ' tln ' head conch wcie Boli |)a i . hacklield coach; l ay I ' rocjiaska. end coach; l al|)ii File, otTensive line coacli and Marvin Franklin an l Xeal Mehrinn " , ilet ' ensive ' coaclies. Ike llanscom. aided liy I ' de .Ianeto . trained till ' t ' reshman team. (ilasst ' ord was nominated hy the As oci;ited i ' ress t ' or the title of " outstanding;- coacli ol " the year. " Both lie and Boh Reynolds won the Ihiilfi X I ' ll 1(1. 1,(111 citation for " tutstandinu; Xehraskan. " ( ' (lacli iiill (ilassfdnl Drive bdiiiiil tin 11 iiski r jiiiwt rlmuxt . llat ' k roil- : B. Dav Page 231 THE NEBRASKA Back row: G. Paynich, J. Ponscigo, D. Kcpier, H. Dinkldgo, W. Hnndshy, K. Ficne. Third row: K. Curtiss. F. Xnsle, E. Husnmnn, J. Gortfrcy, D, Goli. H. Tliibault. L. Roper. Second rov: : B. Tritscli, R. Clark, G. Prochaska, J. LovcndHslcy, U. Boll. Froii( roic: J. Carroll, D. Bloom, B. Mueller, A. Bauer. Page 232 CORNHUSKERS V. Scon, W. .S|H-lliiiai . II. Kfiw. 1- l.iUii.aii. Itark roil. X. A Wuci. P. nrimm. H. Miillfii. I). linoKleiii. r .»a roT.- T. Bri... K. S.hro..l.r. L. ar,.ey. I.. Nov.k. K. Roynold. T. Winey. C. Br.,«.. T. Harper. ... S.n.mers. , v,-. i,d roir: V. Simon. B. Maxe. B. WinBciider. F. Meyer. fro., ro.r- D. Sira.sheini. R. Hoy. .1. M.cill. O. Fenr " nn. Page 233 .■-•; ' - ' . ' . • , ._ Ti-aiii Members Get Diill in lilockiiip- .1 Ciiriiss Iraiiihui ranip, cadchcs shape t( nm. Sdpli Squad .Members (iet Heads Sbaved .1 razor for thf rinkii-diiiks. Jlusker.s Make NT Funiiatidii at Ciii-tiss Fifty-nine wearers of the Scarld and Cream. Huskers got pre-season training at Curtiss; Trainers managers kept gridders in shape Varsitj ' Footl)all Maiiafrers in Fiel l Tbiiise The lriiiiiin( mom " T " . Varsity Football Trainer Hideout " Works on Player (Taim , tape — inp shape. Ii ' diiililtii ' h ' l ililohh oixiis III! ( ( .soil riijlit lis h( iiKikcs (j;i IS- iliii ' l yiiiii. Sriin : RiiiiioltLi 20, liiiliaiia 20. It ' s a famoitt! Xagle to Ferguson pass as Hu-skns pull a siirprisi upset on Minnesota ' s (ioldrn Gophers. Reynolds dazzled Indians in 20-20 tie; Inspired Huskers downed Gophers 32-26 Hcfon- ;ui iipciiiiiix lay crowd of ;;;!.(i(i(» |);ul " iliiy fans, soitlionioir Holil y I{( yimlils made a sparklini; di-lmt. Imiiaiia tailed to ((nix iiice Xe- liraska that tin- Hii;- Ten is tlie niajnr Ieai;iie nt ' to( tl all a Hanililin ' Heynolds scored all Xelnas- ka ' s jioints in the 20-20 tussle. lli lirst two scores came from short runs in the tirst and sec- ond ijiiaiters. Iliisker fans forirot the SO-dei,M-oe temiieratiire as HoMiy scampered down the fiehl in an clectrifving 4. " )-yai ' d rnii for lii third core of the da ' . A Xehraska defensive wall assisted Bohhy with ruiiued ta ' kles. A late llonsier rally ami some unfortunate fnmliles prevented the Ihiskers from dofeatinir Indiana for tiie tirst time in seven years. Aetion piclurfs l Rirhard Unfnarjlr Conrtfsi yatioital Hank of C ' nmmrrre Artioit pirtHtfji hi Linfolu Journal . n iiispiied team of ( ' ondmskers played a uame of reckless, darintr foothall to u|)set Miniie sdta :V1 -H ' k Xot since VM l had the Iluski ' rs tri nmiihed at Minneapolis. As Xehraskii came out victorious in this thrilling battle of oti ' ensi ' s, fans were assured that the Huskers were on the roail hack to great foothall. With skillful blocking and swift ])recision defense, the Cornhuskers racked up 2( Jioints in the first half before the (Joldeii (TO])hers realized what had hit tiiem. Five runs and (Mie pass accounted for the Hnskei- scoring, which was dominateil liy Scott, Wingender, Clark and Reynolds. A tremendous Minnesota rally in the second half forced a dangerous margin, but fell one touchilown short. Page 235 %• • Bauer hlocl-s Buffs ' Horiiie as BefpiuUh bnuks away with a Sc(jle handcuff. The game was the first of two defeats. Thai ' s all far now as si.r Pi ini State men stop Don Bloom. The II ushers drove ou later for their third triumpli. Buffs dealt Huskers 28-19 Big 7 setback; Soph Reynolds outscored Penn State 19-0 Xi ' hriiska ' s f(ii)tl)all (•onichack was ti ' iiiporarily lialtcd whoii a (letcrniincd Colorado team stuiiiUMi tilt ' lluskei-s 28-19. The Buffs outdasxMl th,. la vorc ' d Xobraska men, who lacked the re(iuired zip to overtake tons ' h Big- Seven competition. Si)eed- ster Reynolds upheld his reputation hy scctviimHie total 19 Nebraska points. The game nnirkcil ( T ' s second Bis; ' Seven victory and X ' el)raska ' s tii ' st loss. Tlie BufT ' s combination ground-aerial of- fense slowed tile Nebraskans. Bobby Reynolds gave the 5000 Cornlnisker fans momentar hope as he twisted down the west sidelines for a sensa- tional 81-yard run. This ))nt the Iluskei ' s only two points beliiiid; liut tiic Buffs iinniediatcl expand ed their lead 1) ' takiuL; ' to the air. Sensational (iraiid Island soi)homore Bol) h ' ey- nolds led ills Husker teaniinates to a 19-(l victory o -ci- I ' ciin State. . s lone scorer, lie gained more ground than the entire Penn State team. An over- llowing Baud day crowd saw the defensive iilatooii shape ii]i to he!]) overcome the rugged Xittany Lions. K ' l ' ynolds scored easily in the lirst ix ' riocl on a short dri ( ' . Thi ' ii the Lions got tough, fore iiig till ' iuiproNcd defensive sijuad letl by Too idod to se -erai brilliant lioal-liiie stands. The second touchdown was u(]od t ' or 2(5 yards, Avliile frisk ' l eynolds preferred to make the last one in a 4. " !- yard chunk. . ick .Vdduci, regular defensive full- liack, gave unexpected ot ' fensive helj). Soidiomore ' erl Scott sparkled on the defensive line with ten tackles. Page 236 •r SBMsritrv ' . s ' «4WB ir-» ' Uijiiii imiiiiKj fans inn tlirillal mul cuiifu. : :: ::.-. ;.,,:( . ;.:=:. ..;.... ' i Mi.s.siiKii i diiii (Cith tin famous lourhdou-u run that took him 101 yanh hackwdrds. siihwans ami forward, nrcrsitu his fuld thrcf litiKs. Nebraska won Homecoming tilt 40-34; Defenses lag for Tiger, Husker scoring K M ' l: Momcntarji despair dampened Husker spirit as Fran A ( ; « ' . pass to Diek Retjier bounces into the air. Rtijier ijuirkli ricapturtd it for Xibraska ' s fifth Homecominn touchdown. A lull liousc (tf .■IS.ddli t ' jiiis saw tlic ( ' uniliiiskcis climax tlic IIoiiKn ' omiiiu: ccli ' lfratioii willi a -Ht-. " !4 Aviii (i ( ' r Mi soiifi. DotV-iisos were t ' liryottcii a l) )tli teams went on wild scoriiiu lampaLics — tlicif (•omhiiK-d yarilaici ' gain tcitalliny l(l. " j4 yards. Trirky gTound attacks mixcil with accurate ])ass- in,u: marked a lnisy al ' tci ikhhi t(ir liotli leanis. Two plays, liotli liy All-Aincrican Kcxiiolds, were named must outstanding. True to form, H li lan a sparkling deceptive sjjring, reversing his field three times. The run wa.s recorded as 33 yards, but he actually ran ]()4 yards backwards, sideways and forward. The other play was his brilliant catch of a fmwai-d touchdown p;iss wliile two Tigers covered him. ( " lark, Kegier and Simon shared scoring honors with Reynolds. Missouri sutTered several costly injuries. l)ut the Iluskers kept in shapr to jilease the Homecoming crowd of alums, students and the 1! ' 4(l Rose Bowl team members. Page 237 Katisas Jay hawker Smith was faced %mth a difficult cJwice as he was caught between Addi ' i and Wineij. Ilanl-hilting Nick Adduci drove over to score u ' hile other Husk- rrs kept K-State opposition at a I lis la nee. Balanced Nebraska edged Kansas 33-26; Bloom stole show in 49-21 K-State defeat A wcil-linlaiicfd Iluskci ' tcaiii clickcil to win a conference game against Kansas :V. ' - ' 2 ' ). Imlixid ual puiicli was thrown aside as tlic team worked together to come through with an inijirovcd pass defense. Alert Ron Chrrk paced llir NCinaska men l)y downing Kansas tlirows consistently throngliout the game. A Nebraska migration crowd of ' .]{){)() also saw five diffei ' ent men score the five scarlet markers in sweltering 75)-(legree weadier. Tlie liighly advertised hatth ' l)ctween sophomores JJobljy lieynolds anil ( " iiarlic Iloag lived up to expectations, with Reynolds nutrusiiing Iloag 156-121. Nagle kept the game on an even keel by calling strategic plays and Toogood came in for his share of blocks. At tiic end the (i lass- ford men claimed their fourtli win and a .500 Big- Seven standing. Page 238 i.illlc I »oii 1 • loom -tolc ihc spill lii; lit a - the game licro with the two loimi ' t runs of the day as the liuskers downed K-Statc 4 1-21. His lirsl gain, in the last i)lay of the first iialf, reached just short of the goal. With the ,-eeond half kickoff relnni. he twisted anil turned for 88 yards to score for Ne- l)raska and thrill •j;»,()00 Husker rooters. Bob Rey- nolds ' s " J. " ! iHiint boosted his season ' s total to 126. With this, he es1alili lieil two all-time Big Seven records in scoring and rushing. Mueller, . dduci and Xagle also scored for tlie Huskers, while Mnl len stood out defensively. Ilusker substitutes saw fourth (piarter action. With this ofifensive victoi-y over the ' ililcats, Xebrasica also gained third place ill rushing among the major colleges of the. liiited States. KrenjuHf wns " up in thi nir " IIS Holl (inil (loii liiii stii t nil lowu stiitt miin. h ' oii (. ' lurk thin lliof,- till pidit II I III II. V Rri nohls iiiiih-(s a sparkling rush into tin Oklnhoinii iml zinif lis lit ' srons ;?.V piiints iif ainsl ihi nation ' s best. Cornhuskers knocked Cyclones 20-13; Top Sooners outscored Nebraska 49-35 By .Ict ' ciitiiin- l(. va State -JO-i:!. tlic Iliiskcrs fiii- IsIr ' iI their lioiue seasnii. A liard-liittiii.i; ' CyrloiiL ' eloveii a.- kept iimlei ' eoiitiol in one of Xohras- ka ' s most conservative ijanies of the season. Tlie " ninliuskers were crnwdeil niily in the hist min- utes i)i phiy wht ' n tile tielil house ehtek was in er- lor. " xivin.a: the Cyclones time for one more play — ami one more tonclnlowii. A stronir ei.nht-man line held tlu ' powerful Ilusker otTeiisive to a sensil)le seorin.u- margin, . diluci paced the scorers with two markers, while KVynolds was held to eiirht points. The Xi-liraska defensive shared laurels l)y kee|)inir the game under control, giving Mullen credit for ten tackles and Scott, nine. The win marked the first home season without a defeat since the 1!)4I1 Ho. e Bowl vear. The in incilile powei ' whicli made ( )klahoma tin- top team in the nation proved to he the tinal mark as the Sooners outscored the Huskers 49-35. The undeidog Xehraskans failed to break Oklahoma ' s winninir streak, hut they di l scoi ' e more points tliau any rival has maile against a Wilkinson- coached team. The . ' )000 fans who followed the Huskers to Xormaii also saw Boh Reynolds score ' l ' . points against the nation ' s best. The liigh point of the game came at the half when the .score was a ■Jl-21 deadlock. The mighty Sooners rolled iiast the weaker Xeltraska defense in the second half to clinch the game and a Sugar Bowl hid, with the air providing the chief route for the Arnold-Heath Sooner scores. The Huskers went home, proud in defeat, with Reynolds hfiasting the nation ' s top scoring record. Page 239 Center of the l!t.j()-.jl varsity hasketliall team. Bob Pierce, set a new University iiiuli scoring icconl tliis year, liieaking the 360 ]M]iiit mark rcachi ' il last year liy All-Bij; ' Seven renter " liiis " Wliiteliead. The new record was 384 jioints. -Vnothcr rcconl was set li I ' icrcc in the Xe- liraska-Soutli Dakota tiissk ' when he surpassed all prexions iiidixidual scoi ' iiisi ' marks. Dnrinj; the cxciiiiii;- he slipped in 11 Held uoals and seven free tlirows to total Ll!i jinints as liie Hns- kers cnislied the Coyotes 7. ' !-4!». Witli oidy tliree retnriiinj;- letteniieii — Holi Pierce, Jim Buchanan and Norm Wilnes — the nuch ' ns of Coach Harry Good ' s Cornlmsker team was relatively inexjjerienced al the outset of the season. Pierce Takes Lon j Jump .Shot nut on Fjodi- At the end, Ifiiski rs jl. loira Stuh It). Varsity Center Bob Pierce set an all-time University basketball high scoring mark Cornhiisker Varsity Cafrers , W ' ihiis. ] ' . Kippir. S. lixinti. ». I ' ii r i . . . (IikkI. IIi{i:h-Scorinnr Center UoJi Pierce •Iiiiiiiir (iiiiinl •lini Itiicliiinaii (hilsttiinliiiij Iniiii iiinin.stiiii. I ' ii ' irf .luiiips til H;iisc siMinii .M:ill T r i-lui)ult d tirisi sliol — ■■. ' • points. • Miiiliii kiT Raskctecrs . . Siijidir. . ' . Al.nmil.-i. . . Wifl.-li. .1. Hhssliiii. II. Mircur. Xclniiskii 41 MiniK ' Sdta 55 Xfhra- ka til X. W. Missdiiri Stale Teachers .SJt X.-l.iaska 4!t Wasliiimtdii I ' liivcrsity 7)4 . fliia ka . " ). ' ! W ' asliitmtnii I ' liixci ' sitx ' 71 Xcliraska . ' )!» Califoniia «i2 Xchraska :). " . Santa Clara 88 Xclira ka (i;; Iowa State ' I ' cacliers 55 Xcliraska 74 Sdutli Dakota 4-2 Xcliraska 47 Kansas d;; Xchiaska :.l Ii) va Slate .... 4!l Xcliraska 4:1 ( ' olorado .... 51 Xcliraska : ] Iowa State (17 Xchraska . ' ill Kan.sas State .... 7;t Xcliraska 41 Kansas (it; Xcliraska 4!i nk lalionia .... 72 Xcliraska .■)4 . lis oni-i .... 52 Xcliraska :)S ( ' olorado .... 45 Xcliraska 4S Kansas State 74 Xcliraska 4 ; oklalionia .... 44 Xcliraska 7)7 Missouri .... (i8 Big Se en t ' oiif erence Tournament. 4tli iilace Freslimau Squad Holds Extensive Drill Practice First-year cagers learn fundamentals I ;nisas . l:in l,i ' ;i|i in Air as Snydrr lUoeks i tadiuni idiiiiiiid (IS II iiskers i o ihncii in li tint. Page 242 Harry Good coached a relatively inexperienced team in 1950-51 season Akromis Jumps to Sink Ouc-IIaudci Wild cheers ring at ISC game. Varsity Basketball Team Ready for action. Pierce Blocks Shot from K-State ilan Basket guarded by alert Akromis. Akriiiiiw ShcMils ill I iii. ' iiai(|ril l)!l lu•l lidikiil hfi It mil til K-SliiU (ihiik . Mijll F ' jics lioose as Piorcc Hits Jump Hall SiDilh l)iil,til)i ii iiiii jiriiriihs llirills. Record-breaking Husker trackmen took championship honors at Big Seven meets lUtrh rii, : L. Ali ' xftiuier. 1). nedkpr. H. Jones, I. Thiidc. 1 " . (iriiiiin, V. Cole. B. Hein, K. Jacobs. Third roir: I,. Woo.hvard. G. Yelkc-il, W. Whit- aki»r. J. Ziegler. G. Prochaska. D. Schnarkol IV Cathroe. Srroitd 1-0 If : G. Beerline. B. Bart ' hus, J. Sco- ville. D. Stansbiiry. R. Kniger. D. Tolnian, S. Jacobs. Fi-oiit row: E. Weir, D. Cooper, L, Kehl, D, Meissner, L, Xeil.son, B. Rideout, R. Pro- cbaska. Fo! ' X( ' l)i ' ;isk;i. Ciitiirop, ' rdlniiiii, Picdkor l. ' ir Inirdhs. :07.ii. roac ' li Kd Weir ' s cindormoii cn ipod the Big Sovon (lUtdoor cliainijidiisliip title in tiie si riiii; ' t " lltoO. Top conrcrence limnn ' s were alsn wnii at the 111. " )] in- door eliani])ionsliii) meet. Husker front-line perl ' ormer.s ineiuded .•scn. ' -atidnal sophomore runner, Hobe Jones, leading seorer and reeord smasher; Ken Jacobs, nnnilicr Iwn veoicr an l mile runner; and Don ( ' ooiicr. ]i( lc aultci-. (Mlicr ace trackmen Avere Dan Tolniau, lnw hurdles : Leon ard Kehl, pole vault; Dick Meissner, liigli jump; and Lee Alexander, 60 yard dash. Wciuh ' il Cole Low hunlhs. :0(i.9. lli. ' jd Out. I. M.I- ' I ' liick Xcliiiiskii . (). " ) Kansas (i(I ; " J . ' i r, Mi s .iiri . . f.s 1 (i •( ( ' olnrailn . (!. " ) ?. ' ) Kansas State . " )(! II )iit(|iK.i- Tijick ( ' liainiiioiis I lllllC .ll)||l ' ( ' iiulcriniiii ( oiu-li W ' i ' iv Develops front-line track performers. IK. ' .I lihloor ' I ' rack M.M-t S ' J Inw.i Stable . ( ft ( ' olnraiiii . ' tl ' Kansas . . . ;;;! .Miss.Mn-i . . Cil Kansas State . ' )ii (Iklaliniiia . . I ' ll liiiliMir ' I ' lac ' k ( ' liani|iiiins Lis 4. ' ) 71 ::4 :i4 i ' U.L ;u. . ];. IJaldcrson. V. Slusar, II. DoukIhs. U. I ' ettTs. .1. iK iuMua. H. Leppley. Second roif : E. Craren, G. Hill. V. HhiiiiiioiuI. P. Healey. T. Kanaminc. J. Peterson. Front row: H. Greer. J. Greer, li. Phelps. T. Harley, J. Munson. Lepley coached eight lettermen to win two, lose four swim meets Eight ri ' turiiini; Icttcriiicn were tlic coi-c of the lilal Varsity swiminiiiii ' team. Sprints wcic the strcii.nlli of tlie team and tlicsc- cliori ' s were on the slionldci ' s of Bnclc lialilcrson, ' I ' cd Kanamini ' and Mon l)( ' iics. I ' ' d ( ' rairn, V ix Scxcn dix ' ini; cliani- piiin, l)ron,!;lit in xalnalilc point-- in ' vvy nu ' ct. I ndcr tilt ' coaching of llolicy l.tpirv, tin- Xcliraska s iniinors won two meets and lost finir in tlu ' I! . " )! season. Sw ilium r lialilt rsoii rcil ' ecis IWickstroke Top racmg form. Second Lap K ?lay Team Sets Out Prrffct ronnliiiiifimi hrini s iri)}. Coach Geier ' s Husker tumblers performed at 1951 All-College meet ( ' liiiiax of " llif l! ' . " )! l; iiiiiastics iicrt ' diiiiiiMccs for ( ' njifli .lake (icicr ' s tunilik ' rs was llic allci(llc ' j;c ' mt ' L ' t iMiiiMiii ' il Ity ( ' olorado State. Tt-am captain, Al Dniiaxaii, was the mainstay uf the si|nail. Al made liiijli scorrs on all six rvciits. Scnrini; ' in sffoml place was .Jerry Tulihs. Art Hiliinan ami Bnli ' arunuil (■(iniplcteij tlie list i ' liiuli point letliT- inen. ililhnan placed consistently toward tlie tn)) on the liii li liar and the .siile horse. The Ihisker squad earned tlie majority of its points on the side horse e ent. Hark riiit : J. G ' i)T. V. Spr»Kue. E. Craroii, H. Varwotxi. A. I)»inaviin. I). Groshaiis, M. Brabir. Se -0Hd roir: U. Yoder. W. Bphrens. B. Norton. A. Hillinaii. J. Tubbs, R. Kaniett, B. EledRC. Fmnt row: T Kidd, P. niiehfs. H. Riloy. T Kr tcin, E Tark. D, rollins. Sprajrup A.ssi.st.s Gymnast Il ' llnian I ' linillrl bar cxpi rts work. Paul Ihifrlies Balances on Horse Ritjid pri pdnitioii for meets. Dnnavan. T aiii rjiptain Krfii rl ml piinilli I Ixirs. Page 247 l:u.K itju . D. Jameson. S. Snyder. K. MallHt. H. KiiliunKun. D. Woods. U. Ki ' i ' .se. D. Mackie. W. Jones. Coach Partin. Second row: h. Canifrlia. F. Kussel. J. Scharf, D. Kauli, K. Fisher, D. Adamson. Front rnv : P. Leitfl. J. P ' ari-is. K. lirown. H. Deines. I). Ueani. ,. Donnriro. Wri ' sTliTs (irappie tor Tt ' aiii lIoni rs Front flip htnulsfantl. Matmen Reese, Cilliland Caniglia won individual Big Seven championship titles ( ' oacli Al l ' ;irtiii " - w fcstliiii;- sqiiail rankccl liiL;li aiiioiiii ' iiatiiiiial collci; ' ! ' teams. At least tlircc iiU ' iiilxTs won indi- vidual Bi tSevcii chaiiiiiionshii) titles. Ucrl) Kccsc start- ed the seasoji with two Big- Seven titles to his iianie. . t ' ter winiiinj; ' all eleven matehes this year, lie earned his third cniiseeutix ' e crown. Harold (rilliland, two year let- tcnuai), was Bi - Sexcii champion in the iL ' S pound class. I J III ( ' aniulia, chanipinii in t he I ' Jl pound dix ' ision, ]ilace l in . . r lower weight class in lurid. ()ihrr prominent competitors were Kenneth Bi ' own and Keuiielh l- ' isher. llusker matmen dis|ila ' ed si ' reat scorinu ' ])nnch in their wins o er Denx ' ei- l " , Iowa State and Kansa State. Their schedule included e 1rnde(| inad trips to Kast and West colleii ' es. Wrestler Ilcrl) Hccse .! - ' ; Si r))i clunnpion. Page 248 Baseball team won II conference games to become 1950 Big Seven champions I iidiT tlu ' (liri ' i ' tiiMi ut ' Coac-li iniiy Sliarpi-, Xc luaska ' s varsity l)asi ' l)all tciini Hnislied tln ' limi-od season with Ki iii and ciiilit lossi ' s. Tlii ' I ' nivcr- sity luird-liittcis won 11 ont ot ' 14 (•(mt ' ci ' cncc uamcs tn Ih ' coiiu ' 11K " )() V ' j: Sc cii cliaiiipions. D. ' l K.-pf. K ' ay Mladovicli, Mill .U ' lism and ' u , DiiTs were till ' t ' i nf li ' ttcrnicn ictnniini; ' t ' nr tin- liljO-. " )! st ' asim. With tlu ' loss of Ail-AiiU ' riran oiit- lifldiT, Bob CiTv, tlu- tt ' ain ri ' licd oil di ' tViisivc rallicr tlian otTcnsivi ' stratt-uy. ' I ' ln- strcngtli of the tt-aiu lay in its top-notch pitchfi ' s. (icoiirc Xnft, liill Andcison, Dick ( " mlcy, l cl Kopf and hick Mc( ' niniick were the innnnd I ' oicc I ' ur 1 he team t his Near. All-Aiiici-icim lloh ( Crv A ' hnisLii ' s hii-ii hull i ri ill . Vrlika. Novak Tlan Basfhall Strategy Wiinting pitcher-catcher duo. Hark roir : T. Novak. U. DcnkiT. H. .Ii-iikins, K. Hehnc. D. Koph, B. Camp, H. Powlpy. R. Mladovirh. Front rov : C Liuher. B. Meyer. B. I-ohrberp. H. Hays, B. Ctrogan, B. Cfrx, B. Diprs. B. .Tensen, T. Sharp. Page 249 Tenn IS Al ' tiT oiM ' iiiiii;- tin ' soasdu witli tliri ' c losses, ( " oacli lioluTt Slezak ' s iictstcrs li ' aiiK ' d two ' i( ' tiirii ' s rrmii luwa State and Kansas Wcsli-yan. Tlicy (lr()|i|i(Ml tlic iicx1 two matclu ' s ami linislicd witli a seasonal record of two wins and five losses. Tlie liuskers failed to snaj) ont of tlieir letliarjiy in the I!). " )!) Riij- Seven meet and endei! in sixth sjjot Jiitrk roii : i. lioHuionl. F. Redman. W. Wt-aver. K. Colsoii. E. lliKirinbothHiii. Second row: P- Sorensen. X . Tlionipson. J. Campbell, J. Curran, .). Schroeder. J. Dellon. Front row: It. Catterson, .7. Wells. A. Diiiuivaii. 11. Radiii. A. Biniten. Golf I nder the guidance of Coacii .Marxiii Franklin, the Xeliraska golf s(|uad stroked its wa ' to a season ' s rei ' ord of eiuiit wins and two losses. Xeliraska linislied third at the li»5() Big- Seven match at liincoln. Col orado Springs was liost for the Invitational Tournament. Leading Husker scorer was Joe (lilford, P iu- Siveii iiidi idiial cham- pion. Baci; row: D. Dale. M. Krankliii. C. Uattey. Front row: J. (iilford. I. i ' eter on. 14. Spangler. Page 250 The I ' liixtTsity ol ' . cliia k;i iitlilctic plant is on of the o ) toil in tin- nation aixl is in cxcelkMit condi- tion. l)otli tinancially and |iliysically. Tlic construf- tion of tin- fonr l)nildiii,i;s wliicli comprise tiic allilclic plant wiTc linanccd tlirouirli atliK ' tic rcreipts witli- ont the aiil ' [ thr I ' nixcrsit m- slate taxes. Colist ' um Swiiniiiin r Pool l.iiciili ' l hriiiillll iiilisi inn. Iiitt-rioi- of Field lldiisc (i ) lilili I ' K I ' lifl hilil in il lli I University ' s top athletic plant set-up is excellent financially, physically ' iiivei ' sify of Nebraska Colispuni L ialiiifi riip(irU i—S ' )00 Field Mouse and Outdoor Track Alinitf irith Siiiilhi r)i Calif niuiii ' s. Iln bfst. ' - m- 1 IllBilr lfi.CJij? w p fc - K-i .Men ' s Physical Edncatioii lUiililiiifr Sceiif of iiitrdiininil s jorts. Passor Kcitli Skalla IntnimuriiJ lintshnl. Physical Education building was center of varied intramural athletic program Phi Gam ' s Win Intramural Football Ganip Punts, passes provide pleasure. Boys Run Intramural Track Finals Al .rinidi r. Jidiis take fop places. Page 252 I ' ll! Ih ' lt lis if Willi Si ' .Miia Xii I! ' l ' ) mill oi ' vr — biiski I scond. ' renins I ' liial-N l-.iiil iUi ' i]ii;.Tal uliilorx- lliuuisliJikf riii Dili ' s llliicki r mill W ' lavir cuptun lioiiorx. All-Iiiiversity VolLnball Play-offs UpU •Sly .llpli ' s on rriiiiii rirnl Cosmo ' s. liiIraiHui;il atliU-tics at the I ' tiivcrsity alVm-d till- entire studi ' iit liody an njipdrtiiiiity to eiijny ciiiniielitix ' e simrts. Till ' |)i-(it;rain is o i-i anized to provide a wide raiiue of aetivity so tliat every stu- dent can (ind events tliat will eliallenije his inter- est. Kiiihty-six teams played . " ).■!. ' ) sanies to make liaskell)all tliis year ' s iiinsl pu]iular iiitiaiiiiiral spiirl. liitrainiiral Free-Thrower Willi ( !j( on fill hiiskfl. Basketball was intramural favorite but boys competed in fifteen different sports Sot ' lliall Players Gather hchincl Bapksto]i Sprnig season ci iiip( titii n. Bowlers .Score in Deiioiiiiiiatioiuii i- ' afriK ' Straight aim for i slril: . Tahlo Tt ' iiiiis l ' rovi(li ' Stinli ' iit iii ' ci-ciitioii .1 I ' Hioii, piiujpouii plitiitrs txhihil sLills. SAK (iiilf ( ' li!iiii|ii(iiis Watch .Mrinln-r I ' crl ' iiriii Piillitiii pnivlicc — on the (jrif n. Frati-riiity .Men Wn-stli ' tor Jlimor.s Aih ' iinliiiji 1 111111 (I- liiiiil hiijiiii. Two Iloys ( ' iiiii|icti ' in Ilaiulhall (iaiin ' Stn nii ' iiis infniniiiiiil imi isl. All riii crsil liiliiinmiiil ( ' liainitinns Fall tennis Siunia Xii Free tlirciw Siiiiiia IMii K|)silon Fall unit " Siuma Alplia Kiisilon Suiinminii ' Siuma Aijilia Hjisildii Ti ack Sii:iiia ( ' lii Talilc Iriinis lack ( ' dlicii Winter Ipowliny Siofma Xn Wrestliii.n- I elta ' i ' au Delta Xoijeyhall Siyiiia Alpha Kjisiloii Foothall Blown Palace Basketball Geologists Page 255 Girls Ijearn Fuiidamentals of IJadmiiiton Coed • imprflfitJii lit (iriini M( Diorial. A ( ' iir-i()iiii(l atlih ' tic prouiam fur wo- men nlTVrs every ii-irl atteiidiiit;- tlie I ' lii- vei-sity an ciiiimrtnnitv to partieipale in various tyjics of spoi-ts. Intramiii ' al eon- tests arc an integral ]jart of tills prosiiani. Karly in the fall this year, soceer, hase- liail and tennis games wei-e phiniied. Win iiers of these contests weic Ka])pa Alpha Thcta and Aljjjia Xi Delta, respectively. The Kappa Kapjia (iamma team placed first ill ()Meyliall. nthei- coni])et it ion in- cluded i)askethall, duckpius, hadmintoi:, tahlc tennis and swimniiny contests. Ten- uis and softhall .i anies in the spriu! ' com- iileted the athletic calendar for I! . " )!. Women ' s athletics offer wide selection; Intramural calendar kept all girls busy llewlcr Ml ' Cov :• ■ " I.«- Sdi-eril ii ' s " ic l ' (ir Siit ' iliMll ll(iniii-s Cord sjxirts praridc ncn uliuiKd milht. liillc ( liilt Expert Aiiiis ' I ' rKjijir JiiKjif — trirltji jiiiiin ( ' ot ' 4l.- Art ' Titiitrlii T( ' i ' lmi()iii ' . i| ' Xulliv I ;ill .V«7 ball — suh out. Girls Compete in Basketball Game Jiiwp bull f ii III ( proceeda. Page 257 .Vi.7.- riH ' : ' . ItHhioik, K MiirKonseii. J. Nflsini. ' ( ■o«i pr. 1$. Kopssler. Seroitd roiv : R. Aiiius, H. llai; elberger. M. Meyer, 1 . .luhii sun, P. Johanseii. U. Sheldun Front rtur : R. Locke. A. Ciini iiiings, K. Agnew. S. Ruff, M Mecke. J. Hinds. WAA ' I ' lii ' W ' onu ' ii ' s Atlilclic association jtro- iili ' s iL ' CTeation I ' or I ' liiNci ' sity women tliriiug ' h an iiitraniui ' al sjiorts program ami vai-ioiis sports c-hih--. The ailministrative l)oil ' of WAA, the council, consists of the officers, tlie intrainnial coordinator and as- sistant, tile social cliairnian and llie arions chill heads. X ' iruinia Koch was WAA pres- ident tliis vear. Executive Boiird ( ' (xirchiuitcs WAA (;rnn|)s NntiomiJ sports f rouji Imhls nnicli hx-iil inhnst. Offipprs I ' Imii Outing; (in Sjilt Creek U ' .l.l niUni Id III il ' i I Li ml rinii p slli . Page 258 K ' l.iril .Mfiiil« ' i- linhl i;i-. |i Mtlily .Mi ' . ' t iiij; Pi piirtiiii lltiil iiiiiJiun nil Ills uffiiiil. I ' liysiciil Kdiii-atioii Cliili « ifiii-ri ' N .Mcci II I III ill villi) room, (iniiil Mi iiioriul i fiiii. Physical Education Club Tlu ' Pliysical Kilucatioii dull ai-(|tiaints its nic ' iuljL ' rs witli iirofcssimial |i(iit and promotes intorot in athletics. Its nnin bersliij) iiU ' IiKJes pliysical ( ' (hicatidii inajurs ciiid iniiiors. Tlie n naiii .atioii holds lioth l)iisiii( ' ss and social iiieetiii ' is at which pio- I ' essiojial people in the sports woild are featured as speakers. President .Moll ' Biiltcnliani snpcr ised the annual fall tea which was held to in troduce new jihysical eilucalion majors and stalT iiienihers. In t he sprini;, juinois spon- sored a liampii ' t Imnorin.U ' ,i;i ' adiiatini;- mem l.er . ISnrk row: ff. Hnlar, M. Krur- evT. A. riitiiniincrs, C. ll«h- rork. I. Kohortson. .1. Krmikf. M. Vrooliind. B. Wilkins. fourth rou- : l . Irwin. W. lioll. f. rruxtitfMon, V. Kiirhon, (J. RnlwrlMU), .1. Phrlnn. It. Rn- land. Third rnir : M. RirhiTl. .1. Rf.-sp. S. Riiflf. M. MmiKdld. M. Cropper, M. (HMircc. S. Mnhr. i Krenrh. Srrottd mil : l. Itryan, M. Itriltpnhnni, ( ' . Duff. J. I»«rk. K. Askf.v. L. WVbvit. I.. Hn- Kle. front rov : ( ' . KHn.vrh. I . Thompson. R. Srlu»Uhinc M. Lee. E. rhri.itian.sen. H. Mar- tin. K. Way. Page 259 ( Jrulii ' sis (iruup iJisplfiys Dain-i ' I ' o.silioiis Motlirii (hincc — uufward expression of iirl. Orchesis and pre-Orchesis ' I ' lic iMiMlcrii (lanco t;roups, Urchesiis and Pre- ()ii-lusis. t ' lii-tlu ' i- interest in modern creative danciiii;- and raise the standard of artistic dance I ' mui. Any uirl in tlic I ' niN ' iM ' sity may ti-y out for iiifUilicrsliil) in the ciuhs. At t ' hristinas time, a recital was presentiMl with linth u-roups ])crformins; ' . " The Nutcracker Suiti ' " was featured iu the sjirini; ' program. A1iIioul;1i not national chdis, similar dance i;r(Mips arc fimnd mi most campuses. Shirh ' y Sidles was lii-st scmcsti ' i- jn-i ' -idi ' Ul wliilc .iam ' t I okj( ' l ' lli ' jidrd the LiroU]! second semester. Slaitdinii : S. Piiiney, M. Mangold. A. Liie (ier. II. Deal. S. Eastergard. J. Kokjer. M. Cropper, S. Sidles. Kiicrlini : W. Bolt, M. Marki.-. S. .Main M. Ofrden. Sfaled : D. Oowniiig. D. Irwin. S P T Q A- A Hnrk rtnr : .1. I.aiiffelell. M. McKif. I . Lmier. P. Mover. J. Rabon, K. .Icwfll. J. Hite, j. Johannes. Third raw: K. Grabill. C. Corp. II. HpII. H. London, S. Xeuenswander. J. Tal- honn. M. Miller, P. Wood. M. Tollivcr. Srrotid rotr : R. Strallon. X. Xornmn. M. H.-.h-ick. M, Oohrlo. U. Lieber. H. Hai:- vMMTL ' cr. li. Ktinkel. .1. Hind.s. Irfnit roir: U. Wasson. J. Uirlmrd.s. .1. Siinniernian, S. Unff. T. Lilly. ( ' . Hn- ]iir. K. Weaver. Page 260 itark rot ' : It. K ' liii r. r.-.! n • (»« !.. i-r son, B. Trent. rhirit nur : M. Ma kii . A. Hiinlliiiif. M. iVflt rsf ' ii, J. O ' Mricn. J. ( ' hUioiiii. Set ' und ruif : . L t iii|Mtor, S. Mnlltiry. M. V»«ir. S. ( ' or ' eII. Front row : J. I«onUoti, M. l ' iirMtii v. M. tinnib rltii, C, Vox, J. KaIkmi. Aquaquettes All iimiual water Kallrl slmw was tlu ' liinlili.nlit r tlic ycai- for A(iiia(iii( ' tt( ' s. Tlu ' tlicinc dl " this year ' s spring- indurain was hascd on llic four si ' asons. Ai|iiai|iiftti ' ill an n;4ani ,atioii for I ni- vi-rsity wonuMi wiio arc intcreslt ' d in rc- (■rcaiioiiai swiniiniiii; ' ami pcrfiM ' tion of riiiiii. ' I ' ryouts I ' nr iiii ' iiilicr hi|i in tlic iiiin|i air lii ' I ' l in tlic fall. . i|Miii|iU ' tt ' s Form Water Win-el •. v. ii i ,. iiiiir, nil III i iiiii mill ill iilll III. Freshmen Practiee Table Tennis Skills Four-one — serve change fl. Page 261 I ) u Janet CaiT Treasunr X ' irjriuia Giiliiu II is tori I 111 Su. iiii IuhmI .Ii ' iiii Ffiister Mortar Board s l- ' ifini tlic ( ' liaiU ' cllor ' s reception, tlie first sot ' ial event of tlie year, to the festive he Day ceienionies, Blaek Masipie cliaiiter of Moilar I5iianl jilays an imiioitanl ]iai1 in almost every eampns event. ' i ' lironuli tlie reeeii)ts of tile annual Mor- tar Board Ball, at wliieli two hands were featureil this year, the L;roiiii siioiisorcd it ' s arions jirojects. I ' laiining a Founders Day luncheon, scholarship tea, spriiii ' elei-- tioii and iht ' l y l)a_ prourani were amonj; ' their cxtciisixc actixities. Scholarship, leadership and service are the ([ualilications for nieiiihership in this national women ' s honorary. ( )iitstaiulini; ' .inniors arc masked nieinliers on l hay. -Mortar lieanl ( H ' tici ' rs Discuss Plans In SI rriri . schohirshii). leadership — tlir lusl. -Alcmber.s R voai an HIijiililc I ' .ai-lielor at I?all On; of eifjlil siirprisi pdrhdi is — liiifliilor Vi rl Srotf. Sfiiinr UiiiKirary ll«lil . liituniial .Mectiiiy: Hliifk iiiii.iiitii — sjfiiibiil of achitvrmeitt. Sill I V llnlines Sliirlov Alloii r e I H S I iii-|s Si ' r ( ' at ( liaiicfllorM KcccplKui Adiiiiiiislnitioii, till), SI (ks llnir siri ' ifi. f Marv Chase Allilic Ijdsriilijiuill ..,■1 r.iui. ' v Amiftlr Sliippkditi lit ' ttv Grocn Katlirvn Swaiisfin Xonua ( ' liiilihiick Page 265 Ted Raiulol|)li Treasun r lierljert Keesc Vice President Robert Parkei- S r(i(init-iit-Ariii Innocents Innocents Afcujil . cl)iaskH-. li .soiiri Vie-tory P.ell Another inter-svliuol trailition upheld. Offieers (iet down to Serious Business The ijarel soioids — thi ineetinij Ixfiiix. Scli(jlarslii]i, cliaractcr aii l Icadcr. liip in activities were the qualifieations for seleet- iiii;- tlic IH ontstaiidinsi- junior men w wei ' e tap]HMl ineiiihers (if tlic Iniiuccnts soeiety (in i y Day. Dcmalil l.cnlz. I ' lii- versit ' liand ciiinluctin-, was iiaiiieil an lioiiorary member. The Innocents prominence in cain]ius nr- ganizations was indicated liy tlie seven ]iresi(h ' nts, tliree editors and two linsiness nianaj ers who were amoni;- tiie ineniliers of the society. Innocents set np the new all-nnde yell -i|iiad system, sold freslmian lieanies. spoil- -iiiimI the had ' s (hi ' hinclieon and pre- sented 1 |)a ' and Homecoming awards. (iroiij) Adviser Colonel Frankt ' urtcr Is Honored For iiivitliiiihle srrrice, tin- Iniiocf iits ' ki ij p]ii!rene Berg Ffiiiik .Ijiiiilis liriicc Kciilirdv •hick Wilson T n Pf-iftVi- Page 267 i- ' ;ill . ireliiig oi I ulinscloi ' s ami New .Stiuleiil.s (( Xfir York spf liter ' s tiinrhj siil)j(cf, cosinefics. Bci-fr Discusses ActivitH- ' s at liil ' oriual Idlu ' ilnur Also corcrcd are college life ' s scliolnstie. soeiiil siili . Coed Counselors Bark rote: N. Delluril. ,T. Alibulil. E OaKs, M. Mangold, H. Maiiti. Second rot ' : .1. ]j4hh]oii. 1 . (iiMicber. M. Willey, V. licili. Front ro(t:: 1). Chri.sloii.son, K. Swansdii. M. Caiiipfielfi, P. Miilvaney, J. Carr. Coed Counselor Officers Holil a I ' laiiiiing Session To hdp (iOfi (lirls frri " ill lioiiii " ill Xihriiskii. W ' clcdiiic letters, reL;i t rat inn liuidanct ' and tniirs of tlic cainiMis are llie lirst steps in the Cdod Cniuiselor |)ri ,i;rani I ' m- eroat- inu a Ixiiid hetween ii])|)erclass and I resh- nian wmnen. ' riininuiidnt the year. weeki - ( ' ani|)ns ( ' nes ami ucl-actinainled parties, whieh re|ilaee loriuei ' " cdke dates " , are hehl. ' idle ( ' hristnias tea. at whieh dutstamling ' eunnselors are liiimired. and the i ' ' riendsliii diiini ' V are sjieeial events on the ( " (Uinsehir calendar. Uig-lilis;-liting- the year ' s activi- ties is the Pemiy Carni al. in which organ- ized houses coo])erale with ( ' oed Connse- htrs to create a carnival niidwav . Page 268 student Z o u a 4li Kifliaiil Ku-liii Edilor-in-chuj .lari|iii ' lyii llos-. Mil inniniii F.ihior Thi 1951 Kic-hiinl IJilli- Mil iiiiiinii K ' hl ' ir Cornhusker Section Ilc-ids Julie .lul.nsoii. i. ' uv»Tnment, stiidi ' iit srciie; Mary Ann Gniiirhimn. agri- (•ultuiv: Mary .li-aii .Neely, houses and halis; Anne June Hall, activi- ties; Tom Ijedinsfhain, sports; Barbara Adams. (•oi)y ; Pat iU-cIian. or- anizatinns; John KKvell, sports; ilarilyn Vingers. panel editor; Anne Lneder, panet t ' dilor. i;iiiiinii IIIHIIIIII l(U " |iiplyii Soiviiseii hniiiiiinij Kilil ' ir ' I ' lic l! . ' )! ( ' iiKNiiisKKH. ill slmwiiii; Imw tlir I iii- ( ' i " sity serves the iitMipIr [ . ' cl)raskii, lists oiit- standiuic accniiiiilislinu ' iits of NT aliiiniii. Skillt ' nl list- of color and a inoikTii covci ' (lc iiiii an- ntiicr t ' caturt ' s ot ' this yi-ar ' s hook. Striviim to iiK ' et the staii laiil of an A II Aiiici- ii-an yoaihook. the ' M) start ' iiu ' iuhers and od tresh- inan workers spent countless hours in assenihlini; ' tile ( ' oiiNii isKKi; under the direction ol ' Kditor-in- chiet ' Richard Kuska. Hetty (ireen tiiieii the new associate eilitor ' s l)ost and Hohert Duis took ovei- duties of photoji- laphy editoi ' . .laci|uelyn Hoss. .Iac(iuelyn Soren- sen and K ' ichard Hillii!; served as manairin.u- edi- tors. Section Heads Dunno Xoilson. iiluitn rAphy ; Adele Coryell, fliifises: Sue Htiliiies. niili- l»r -; Fr»iik Lothrup. iihuiocrapliy : Ilarhara Hell. paiielM llev l.arMiii. layout; .Sally Kjelsuii. relit;ioiis, index: Cal Kiiska. aluiitni: Itev .Siiiiili, alumna: Doris Carlson. Koveriunenl : .lane Calhotin : Mary Lou Fl«- lierlv. .sororiiies. fraleriiilies. Betty (,i.-.ii Issociatc Edifor Fraiiees Wallace Art F ' llfor Coiiv writers liarhnni Ailniiix Xanrif Pumphrey Ti nil Bnrvfx Page 271 Cornhusker Business Staff ■ lack liariiliarl lh(siit( ss Miindtji I Eufrene Johnson Assintdiit lliisiiuss Mnniigfr Harold Myers Assisi(nit Busimss Mmuif cr Till- liiisinoss statt " of tlic I! ' - " )! Cuknhus- KER, headed by Business Manager .lack Biiiiihart, licld student expenses at a mini- mum. To acc ' omplisli tliis. tlie prices of tlie Cornhusker and of tlie iiidividual ]iictures were lowei-ed. Xot a small business, the yearliook ' s bud- ret was ai)])roximately $. ' !(),( Hid. Half of the income came fi im the sales of the book. The other half was raised through adver- tising and space sold to organizations. Through a more extensive advertising campaign, Cornhusker sales increased abont 20 per cent over last year, although the total enrollment of the T ' liivei ' sity de- creased about ' 2 per cent. Assistant Business Managers Eugene Johnson and Harold Myers helix ' d super- vi.se the eii-ht workers on the business staff. UuNinoss StatT Sti( Kfjiiiolds Don S ' oble Martin Lewis Page 272 ' liliK ' i ' Keiilietly Edilor First St inislrr Daily Nebraskan Continuing its si ' i-nml iimi tliird scincsttTs as ;i laitftT s ' l ' A ' i] iu ' s|tiii»t ' i the Itiiili i lir(i. ' lt iii incicasi ' d ils news coxcra;;! " . Tiu- tjrcati ' st pliys- ical ciiaufii ' in tin- jiaixT ' s niaki -np was tlif aildition nf a iini|ilt ' t( ' socit-ty page for cDVcrafXc of all |fartics, jicrsoMals ami Tasiiion notes. A dil iii ; stall ' ol ' 41 |»c()|ili ' was utilized to i-ovir all stmlrnt news. Policies were made tlironuluuit tile year under the direetion of " Kdi- tms Bruce Keuiu ' dy and deny Warren. Norma ( ' liul liucl , .Injiii i ruei;cr, Tom Hisclie and .lerr_ Warren kept rii uioviiii; to ami t ' roui the mana.iiinir editors ' desk. The h ' dfi was instrumental in ctuiductinj;- the ( " rusade tor Freedom on the Xehraska cam- pus. Aliout 4. " !(HI students sij n-d tlic charter. First Semester Staff Kfiit Axtell, news editor: Tom Rische. news editor; Hetty Dee Weaver, news eiliior; .loan Kriieper. news editor: Hnire Ken- nedy, edilor: Jerr ' Warren, nianaein? editor: filenn Rosenqnist. iti ' ws edilor. » Editor Kennedy .Meets witli StatV I{(lt iH(j)i l. HariiDi. I.iniiiir. Wifiitt, Wmi) ii. Editdi- Warren ' I ' alks to News Editors J.iniKir. It ' iijifiifDiil. (rorfon i rf advice. Daily Nebraskan iiiiiilMll. .Messersniitli. .Miuiileil. Kpstien. (ionloii ( ' (ihiiii iilsts iiTiti xpiciiil HiKj fnitiins. Page 274 B usiness Staff ' itll the cxiiiiiisiiiii tn a 7-f ' iliiiiiii ((litinn, the Ddilji i Ijiashtiii ImsiiK ' ss stall ' I ' niiinl atlilnl |»iol l( ' nis. Tlii ' ir advi ' itisiiii;: viihiiiic ami iiicimu- li -i(l to In- iiicrcascil |)n iMirtit iiat( ' l ' to mi jk)! ' ! tile larger iiajnT. ' i ' lu- l)iisiiicss stall ' iiii(lcr1 i)k tlic (iiifiatinii of oiii ' of tlu ' I ' liivLTsity ' s lar.uvst ImsiiU ' ss tirrns. Tlic piililifation cost totalli ' il about .tloD cacli ilay; l.ftwecn $. ' )()( HI and $()(Hlii was liamlk ' tl each sciiicslcr. A universal sulist-riptii ' n rale is jiaid at rc,i;is- t rat ion allnwini;: each student to have a copv • laily. Tlie Italanci ' of i)ul)lication cost is raised tlirouirli advertising. Top sjnit on the liusiness stall ' was lield hy ' I ' cil li ' andolph. Jack Cohen, CluH-k Bnrnieister and Bill) Keiclienltach assisted him with tlie duties of the l)usiness ot!ice. Ted Kandolph f ' lisin, ss Manager BiiniuMster. L ' dlii ' ii. K« ' ii-lu iiiiiii ' li Assi. ' itant busin( t! maiuigfrs. Busincssiuaii Ht ' iclK ' nljjicli Sells lia; Ads Graham of Gohlcnrod gets sales ialk. Page 275 Edilor Cornshucks Willi ;i newly oryaiii A ' d slafV, ( ' unishiiiks rc- c talilislu ' d itsi ' lf as the campus Ininioi ' nia.ua- .iiic. Kditoi- Fiauk Jacobs and assistants Bill Duiiaii, I ' at O ' Brien and Catlileen Cox adajited the editni-ial |Milicy to conform witli tlie ad- niini t ral inn and cainpus tradition. Al Tnlly nianayi ' d the liusines side. Six cartdiinists and ' 1 ' ) ntliei ' talented (ii-ker helped pnt iiiit se -en i.-.-u e duriiiLi the car. Illcllldecl amnnL; these were a (Ja ' Nineties edi- tiiin and an edition satirizini; ' the Ihnlti ' Inas- 1,(111. Hne issne featured cartiKins i ' the •■■rhiii-. " The UKinthly ( ' (iriisli ik l;s included t ' eatuies and ((ilumns, caustic comeut mi camjius scenes and a liberal editorial policy. Eidaryed ])a,i;e size and use of tinei ' urade of ])a])( r vei ' e amouii ' the physical iniprnx ' enients nf the liunini- maga- zine. C ' ornshurhs ' Manaixiui: Echtors Plan Ciipy C ' o.r, O ' Biitii work mil di tails. ( ' (irii. ' ilnirks Slali ' Workers l ' rc|iMre r i|i ' l.iiflUr, DiHdid. I liiii(, Dinruinij. Page 276 A.s iiMtaiit LJii iiu ' » .M iiiaj. ' iM- l)ii id dH Si ' || AihiTti iiit; AV ( iisiri h.tt of firms rmiliii-ti d. 1- •III Kiilu ' ii. N ' orii Davitl.suii Assistinit lliisiiiiss Miiiiiit fr.t Al Tiilly Buxinr.ss Mannyrr Page 277 Cnniliuski r Ciitdit riiiiKiii Staff Works I ' ldilinilidH keeps A(j ccnnpus hifonned. Editors Eh (Diiir Erlrksiin Cornhusker Countryman rmlcr tlu ' (Hroctioii of Editors Eleanor Ericksoii iiinl h ' l ' X Messersinitli, stalT iiiciiil)crs ])ii})lislu ' (] the Cnni- Jiiiskcr Cdiii f riniKiii (iiici ' a iiiniitli. ' I ' liis iiia.ua .iin ' is the only Ag collcsic luililication (listril)utt ' (l ainoiii; students, faculty and all Xcliraska hiyli schools. An additional iimjcct tliis year was to collect funds to IMirchase a camera for staff i)iiotni;raiilu ' rs l)y printiiin ' and scllini; .Tuuinr Ak-Sar-Ben slmw t)roi;-ranis. lioxs Sell Counlri iiitin Ailvertisiiig: Drug store — object of solicitafion. f ' oiiittninhi,, llii iii » Statf Handles Prolilcins A(j puhlicaiion advertises Ag collegr. Page 278 Board of Student Publications iu ' of till ' iiiajiir t ' liMctiiiMs ol ' the riiMicatioiis Itoanl is appointiiia: tin- tuisiiu ' ss and cilitorial statTs o f four stu- ili ' iit imlilications. Tlicy an- tlic CoHxmsKKii, tlic Dfiili Xihidsliiiii. tlu ' ' (ini.- liiii Ls aiul tlu- I ' lnulniskcr Citiiiitrii- itKin. The lioani also suiuTvisi ' s liiiaiiccs and awards coiitrarts for tlu ' sc i)ul)lit ' atioiis. Wortliwliili- iirojccts tliat liciiftit student |Mil)lioations an- iiiiilcrtakcii 1) this ri ii|i. The i-lVorts of the hoaid wi-rc instniiiiiMitai in inakini; ' the coiilinuatiini nf ihe sevi ' U-i-ohinin Diiilif Xi hraskdii tinaiu-ially possihk-. Thri ' c stndt-nts and four fac-ulty nu ' nilR ' rs comprisi ' the linard. Dr. Kogcr Slniinati- was chairman and |)can( " . W. Harper wa seoretary. Dean T. .1. ' I " hiiiii|i nii aetcd as eX-otlicio nieinl)er. ' ■•■■nl A; .? A. Oobo , IORNHUSKER OUNTRYMAN Publit-ations Board Evaluates Standards of Studeut Publications Bruce Xiroll. M«r - Gnlhrie. W. ' . HArjver. Dr. Rov-er V. Slnimale, Xnmmn Ra mii .fn. ' .Villiam J. Arnold. Jerr - Malzke. Page 279 I?) © iv Uarl: ,011 : ( ' . I ' inkcrlfm, J. Koss. li. Kolaiiil. K. Kiiu.li. . EiikIc. r. O ' llrien. M. Lulz. .1. Warlo, J. Hoss. B. Hershbercer. M. Kiilicrl. V. Bott. Fourth row: S Krasiu-, L. Cei click. A. Bierman, V. Pt " k. P. Heeikt. S. Kuluin. il. Ncelv. N. Klein. .1. .lohnson .J. .Tackson M. KelloeK. Third row: M. Coupe. B. Wieskamp. D. Hylaiiii. L. Larson. 1). Cappell, .J. Abbnhl. P. Kis. I). Kendle. M. Bell, D. Irwin. S. Siliontierc. S. Sape. Herond row: M. Dkawak. A. Westiotl. A. Weslerhoff. M. .Nel.son. I). Gade. D. S».ss. K. Orunlorad. H. Mann. B. Grnber. ,1. Zloinke. M. Clark. Front row: J. M -Ca -. .T. Holmes. B. Larsen. ,r. Carr. S. Allen. J. Jiailey, J. Raun. M. Yingers, J. Hanson, L. Weaver. Tassel: Tassels cdHiliiiKMl r ). ]iirit and scr -ice to kocp llicir rt ' initatinii t, ' Immiil; inic of lln ' iiiosi actixc raiii]iu.-; lirouiis. I ' r(i.jcc1 iii- cliiilcd clifi ' riim- at rallies ami ,LiiUiics. at- tciKliiii; ' miuratiiiii, sflliiiu- ( ' iiiiisliiirl:s ami ( ' oiiXiifsKEiis ami uslicrinn ' at campu.s t ' liiictidiis. To stimulate sj)irit, Tassels sold liells. liali iniis and pompons before ,s ' ames. Tlicy also worked with the ( ' oni ( ' olis in sllpel ' visilii;- lioHleconiillL; ci ' l . Tassel activitii ' s were lead liy Shirley , llcii. president, Janet ( ' ari ' , x ' iee presi- dent, .liiel Bailey, seei-etary. and .Marilyn ' ini:( ' r , treasurer. (iii-N Hold Prt ' -rraniP Work SSessioii llnlhiiiitx iiifliilid Sj)irit. ' rinfdi. V(irk " i ' s Si ' ll Iliiinor Majraziiie to Frnsli Till nil rrluniilisi . Slnirks siihscnptiniis. Page 280 ( f.t-y ' i.At k Tassel I ' ep .Sfetioii at iJa.Nkotliall Uamc Chfirs, chants — chiios. Uffic ' crs Lead Soujr to Open .Meetinj; • 1 each sf.sxion. xona hci his. Page 281 Cobs Jam Fnotliall Pep Section Pennants, lopc ' ini. pip. Boys Paint IioniecouiJn r Signs T ' lihlirltii—tii pronvih p( p. orn Cobs •riiaiii .iiiL; the canl st ' t ' timi fur t ' ootliall names, co-s})oiis )riiig " the I ' reslmiaii jiep- sters and promoting ' spirit at games and rallies eome inider the list of Corn Cob duties. They also help direct llic lloine- coining ' ihuice and studt-iit liaski ' thall seat- ing. . leinlici liiii to this serviee organization is gaiiieil on the liasis of attendance and wdi ' k lioui ' s. The work hours are accumul- ated hy selling • ' .X " llowers. victor - hells, Coi;.vii rsKKHs and tickets. Kacli ear the top l(i pledge workers are chosen to he- conic act i c niemhers. ( ' orn ( ' oii . is a local cluiiiter of the mi- tional pep fraternitv, I ' i l-]] silon Pi. Of- ficers this year were Boh J ' arker, Dick Kuska, Bruce Kennedv and Boh Rogers. Hark iiiii : L. Bush. C!. Scllaiitz. J. Cohen. D. Kopf, B. Olson. Third rii,r : . Walsh, 1). HovciKiick, .T. Kirs hbaum, G. Johnson, J. WilMin, 11. llyiTs. Serond row: .1. Johnson. C. Widniaier. D. Ku. liausen. H. Tilo.vstein. J. Downey. K. Kobinson, C Burnieisler. Front row: R. Koger.s. R. Kuska. R. Parker. C. Frankforter, B. Kennedy, V. Davidson. A. Beam. fH Cn ( ,- ,P C» o,: ,p Cvt. ■ ' .- ' -3i. C) . ' . Page 282 ColiN Klin 1 ' .111 It h ill Frcivh Hop Hxliiliil Artirilitx rxplain tin msi I n s. (nil (tfluM ' iN Uiivf Offict ' nfter .MiH-iinv ( ' (iiiliiinii siiKiti IS — ilistiniiiiisliiiiU iiiiiliiini. Committee Plans Sales Tactics Effcctirc campai{ n — increased treasury. Paulson Leads Rally Parade Virtori hfll rinrjs loud and long. Page 283 Billifr. 8ava j:o Hang Insignia Trddilioii of the theater. litifk rotr : T. Donohoe. K. Roffers. K. Ax lei:. U. Rami. A. Schmidl. .7. Hhuikiri Sf,-iii,d i(,,. ; K. nilliu ' . T. Podhaisk.v, ( Widmaier, ( ' . Uurmeisler. G. Malzke, (i. Wil.ox. Front rifir : .T. Mills. J. Johnson. T. linu .I..I1.I1, I, I ' f.-iir.-r. !■• .hi.M.lw, K .l.,i,... Kosmet Klub ' I ' o s])(iii. ' (ir student (Iraiiia t ' nr student enjoy- ment is llie nia.jnr feature of the Kiismet Klnl) )ii-( ;rani. ' I ' liis year, they |in ' senteil the annual l- ' all l e ue, the Spriiii;- Musical I ' oniedy and tlie l i)a iiiterfrateniitv sin-. I ' hi (lamnia Del- ta ' s skit, wnii lirst place in the I- ' all Ke ue. lliii-hlii;ht i [ ' this show was the auuounccnu ' iit ol ' Xeliraska Sweetheart Donithx Mllint and i ' riiice i osniet Boh lieyuoids. Coed particijja- tiou in the s]irinL;- show was achievi. ' d b " this Ivluli this year, i ' mlits from tliese shows are tuiiieil o -er I0 a scliolarshiii oi- lilirai ' fund. Leon IM ' cilTei ' was president of Kosinet i lnli: Frank .lacolis, ice president ; ' i " ed Kandolpli, liusiness nianau ' er: .lei ' i ' y .lohnson, secretary and Iv l Schi-aiuni, spmisor. Coeds Try out lor I IiiI) ' n S|ii-iii ' Rcxuc ' I III kill IS liiiri if. Ciliifiil iiliiniini; — -sii ' i ' s.sflll slmir. l) iri ili Elliott, lloli K« ' ym i(ls Kci ' i-ivc Kl ll(.ii(ii .V briiska Sim tin art — I ' rinct Knsnn I. Kosmet Klub Forms Presentation Guard Rii ' Uf rofialtji rcvKilcd. Uttieers Work (Jut Tliemo for Spriiip Sliow Twenty-five dancinrj (ji - !, rl,nh il . Page 285 Sales campaign underway. University of Nebraska Builders " Til liuilil ;i lic ' ttiT riii -ci-sity " i tlie liiii-|M) c til w liicli till ' I ' liivi ' i ' sity (if Xi ' liras- ka I ' liiildiTs is (Icdioatt ' d. One of tlir iimst iiiipnit.iii! means (if aceomijlishiui; this aim is 111 I ' liriiiiraui ' lii.u ' h sclinol students to at- li ' iid till- liiixcrsity. i nllilcrs plans raiii- piis tdiii ' s, dances and Iniiclicuns I ' m- liiiili seluiol students. Three Builders ' iiulilicatinns — First (ihiiiri-. Si ml) I (iiiil Cii ' diii and the Sfiidiiil Din I turn — iielp aequaint students and tlicii parents with tlie University. i ' lans fill- an annual project, Collesi ' e Days, wei ' e originated liy Builders this vi ' ar. liii.ird lldlils l ef;-ular Mcetni ' ' ill I ir jt)h — to direct. ( iinvrnliim (iriiup Holds Ii;ni(iu ' t For decorations, pennants. BiiililiTs lliilil ( i|ii-iiiii ' Si ' s ioii f(l.1s 1)11 1 liiiij for .;ii(i III! nihi rs. .Mi ' inbers Advertise at Activities Mart At rSiiihhr ' s booth, the; place Ihcir bill. Page 287 JoAiiii Li.slier Director Sarali Fuhiui lv |)l;iiii- Drijiils ;it .M;»» s .M( ' ciiii r III till solicitor I nliylitins workers. W ' Q ' i ik% AUF After an cffcctivf rcorjiaiiizatifin. A IF, the T ' iii ci ' sity charity groii]), s]H)iis()if(l a ye-ar-loiiii- lirixi ' . Fcatui ' cd on tlicii ' (li -crsi ' t ' luid-raisiim ' priiyrain was the raciiity auction at wiik-li tlic to()tl)all toam, beauty queens and other campus ,!ii-()Ui)s and personalities were sold. Innovations in AUF ])lans inchided the election of an Actixities ipieen and the I ' .nliest Man on ( ' anipns. each -ote costing;- a nickel. a O: SA.M ' s Cliiini Aii( ti ni I rizt ' . Epstein Indeed, a marffir for Af ' F. Hark roif : B, Vnrney. 1 . Heivfs. 1. Sloie. K. Axiell, (J. .lohnsnii, J. Sav- Rpe. G. Wilcox. M. Peterson. A. Coryell. I. Kpstein. Scroutl roir: M. Kellogg. S. Walt. .1. Soreiisen, J. Hoss, S. Fiiltun. J. Uecker, A. Harder, J. Maiison, J. Van Valkenburp. Froiif row: J. 1-iiulquist. ' . Ko -li. M. Fike. E. lU ' rf. ' . J. Lislier, J. Loder, J. IJailey. .1 Iht in Ini. Lish r. K ' lil (icivs Wiirkcr-- .Mcri J ' liiiiiiiiiij linti rtitii — I SSI iitiiil III unit. I ' lidfi- till ' iiiis]iiccs (if tlic I ' liixiTsily Ked ( ' mss, tii(li ' iits III ' tlic I ' liivi ' i ' sity pn-si-iitiMl wi ' i ' kly shows at the W ' tciaus luisj)ital and twu shows a month at thi- Mental liospilal. I incoln Iiospitals and oi plianajros were visited fre- (pR ' iitly and at ( ' hiistnias time tlic unit wmt (.•arolina;. One of the major jnlis of tlir rnivcrsiiy Red Cross is to or.i, ' ani A ' and maintain .Iniiior Wed Cross nnits in liiirh scliools. In sponsoi-ini; " these aetivities. Red Cross of- fci ' s students npjiortunily ami Iraiiiiii in licing of serviee to feih) v stnilcnts and to tiic coni- mnnitv. T niversily I nil HntcTijiiiiN ' cts NcHltrr Inn }liiltn l or to nlil. University Red Cross Ba k ro, ' It. Weavpr, K. S - _ • ' I ' lniAJor. V. I)iil -i Front rou : S. Ss , G. Grimm. IV. ilo.sher. D. Norderen. .1. llan- Page 289 larilyn Mooiney ( ' h(iinnii)i of i fficc toitiiiiittct fieiipiie (iriiuiu Acticilu ' .s cliirctur Tom Snytki- ( ' liiiiniiini of sptridi nctivities Cliarles Widiiiaior Sponsor of special activifies liub Hussi ' ll Sponsor of rfcrrntioii committee Tom I ' oiUiaisky, Xaiipy Weir Co-rhmrnii I) of n in ill loii loniiiiillre Student Union Board MjhIc up of Iwt-lvc .-ludL ' iits reprust ' iitiii ' liotli city ami Ay campuses, the Student Union tioanl is student controlled. Faculty and alumni mem- bers hold nine places on the board. The group is res])oiisil)lc for the Union policies, mainte- nance tt : tlic Iniililiui;- and the general entertain- ment program. The student representatives control the Iniou committees and the overall activity pro- gram. Kacli student member is chairman of one (it tlie cil ' iir . g Tuion cnnunittees. Rod Riprgs Sponsor of piihlir rddiions Marcia Pratt Sponsor of miisic committee IJujrli Folmer Sponsor of coiirocntion ronniiitlee Dotty Kooler ( ' hairmii)i of huilijit ami orientation committee I Iarsraret McCoy Chairman of dance commiltii Krueger, Young Eutcrtaiii at Dance " Vkcs ' ' at the I ' liioii. Students Shai-c Fun at riiiim Dance For nil. icholesomc oih rtninmi nl. ( ' itstiiriu ' s Prevail at riiinii .Mixer Fri ' uk iiosis. Iminls mhl i iintii. Entertainers Give .Skit at I ' nidii From tramps fo iroithndours. Union Activities l ' ]ss( ' nti;il til the I ninn aetixity pnlicy is ' ari- ct . KiDin till ' niiiiitlily and traditiunal fvciits to till ' wci ' kly |irfiuranis and tonnninu ' nts. tin- ilivcrsc prnurain lias ri ' siiiti ' i! in ycarrnmiil intiTi ' st. Aitlionu ' li similar In tiir citx I ninn, llic Ay I nion i)ro.irram is inmi ' informal ht ' cansc of its snudlcr spai ' i ' and nicmlicrsliip. I iiiiliiil »|ieliili ' Xiiliii Booths Aiuitlirr I ' liioii fticililii. Fi-osli Workers Decorate at Christmas TinstI, tiinfs, frees, treats. Page 29! Farmers Fair Board I Mans for the l!t.ll Farmers ' Fair were directed hy a luiard of twelve a.yrieultural stu- dents. ( ' niiiiiiittees were org ' aiiized to plan a liarliecue for S()(l pL ' ojjle and a parade in wiiicii all Ag- eanipus houses and aetivities were i-ej)- i-esented. Most i)ronunent feature on the week- (■iiil prourani was the animal I ' udeo. ' IMie da ' " s actix ' ities were chiinaxed y the annual ( ' otton and Denim (huice. Farmers ' i ' ' air hoard selected l)cin He ' er, .lack Wilson, Alice Boswell an l I ' nnndl Swan- son as oflicers. Reigning ' as king and (pieen of tile ]!». ' )() fair was the (Joddess of Agriculture, Sue i ' Jorklnnd, and the Whisker King, Roland Muliteith. nnior Board M( ' iiil)ers Work on Details of Fair Pl(i» hiirix cu( . rv(l( o, ( ' oft( it-l)iiiiiii ilinici . Senior Farmers ' Fair Board Members leet Titsk — chivf phinninij r(spo tsihilifi( s. Bark row: C. Yeutler. F. Siborl, J. Harf U ' road. Sfrtnid rote: R. Met-sersn ' ith. C. Fiala, J. Engelkeniier. M. Johnson. irui.t n,, - : . . Boswel], D. liever. J. Wilson. J. Fenster. Page 292 «♦-. «fl V Ullivl•l■ ity Siiigei-s Present Concert In vocol music, Xtbraska ' s finest. University Singers The UnivtM ' sity Sintrprs. iui : ciiiiiicllii clioir uniU ' r the (liroctioii ot ' Dr. Artliur Westlirook, presented a diversilied musical pronraiii tliis year. The ,irri ii|) pert ' iniiu ' d at tlic I ' liivcrsity iiiciiinrial services in tht- fall. Tlicy also wdrkcd with (ithcr Iniversity choral uroii|is to presi-iit the .Messiah and the sprinu, ' choral concert. Their major programs, howc ci ' , wci-f the annnal Christinas carol concciM at tiu ' Student I ' liion ami the I.cntrn sci-xiccs on I ' - ahu Sun day. Singers is composeil of stndents who are ac- complished vocalists, regardless ot ' the colleges in which thev niav he matriculated. I ' nivorsity Sinjiers Prepare for Concert Chiiriilis 111 Christ itiiis tiim. Sinfrei-s (Jather around Piano for liit ' nrnial Sonjrfest Sliiirinii ill siiiq -Dnrtnr W ' l tliiiiiiJ, . Page 293 IWHir :ifi «▼y- ' f yi li SMi ' - . University Band University liaiid is (li -i hMl in n inarcliinu-, cnji- cei ' t and brass choir sections. The marching band, which is composed of 108 men, i erf()rms its in- tricate formations at football panics dnrinii the half-tinu ' . Dii ' cctor l)nnald Lent , phuis tlu ' ai ' icd marching- ])rogranis. Xcwcst acti ' ity ' (iV tlic (Miiiccrt section af the liaiid was to make an cxtcndcil tfMir llimnulnnit tin state. They also reroriled several I ' nivei ' sity songs. President nl ' the I ' niversity liand and director of the brass choir was Dean Kilhon. MAKCHIXG BAND MEMBERS Donakl Lent Director Flutes Bill Wurtz William Kraiise Bob KoseiU)uist Oboes Eujreiip Tedd Dale (Jronnd Orvillf A ' OSS Ctarinetti Francis Jones Aaron Srhmidt Martin Crnndall Robert Duis Joliii Beri an Leo Schmidt Wesley Reist Norman Strand Bob Zander John Kroch Glen Wnud Don Crook Ferdinand Kiiyatt Kenneth Ryslrom Loren Loy David Cohren William Strand Alto Chtrinrt Don Korinek iiaxs Clarinets lienry Deines X ' anvrhn .Iaeni« ' ke William Doole Uassoiin WarriMi Rasniussen Allii Snxophoiii ' s Kent Axteli Mike Korir Arthur Berker Law rence Ilubka Tenor tSaxo tlionefi Robert Farker Bill Nuckolls liaritone .Vajo iAortr Jerry Sharpneck Cornetti Denny Schneider Lewis Forney Donovan Crandell Norman Larsen Robert Blue Mm Boelteher Dunne .kihnson Truiiipetti John McElhauey Thomas Durm liar it ones Robert Westfall eiinrles Curtiss Frank Wells Ilnrns Dim Boyd Waller Cole Bill Barrett John Woodin Dick Bush Robert Anderson Trombones Al States Don Schneider Fhil NefT Melvin P ' olts Dick Schullz Jack Wells Herb Kanley Vernon Vrliska Stanley Shumway Basses Robert Chab Melvin Mi ' Keniiey Fanl Mosenian John Kaveney Dick flarretson John Eule Drums Don Noble Bruce Hendrickson Earl Mitchell Kent Phillips Page 294 Ossy Rciiardy in Coiu-iTt Experienve with tin hist. University Orchestra University orcliistiii, composoil of stiiticiits Ironi all rolloges, i.s a regular part of school cur- ricnlum. It meets tu ' iee a week imder the iliree- tion of Einaiiiiel Wishiiow. Hiifhliirht of tiie orchestra ' s concert season this year was the performance with Ossy Kenardy as sjuest soloist. Another special visi- tor was Dr. Howard Hanson. Dean of Modern -Vnicriiaii Music. Si ' Veral utiier iinimrtaiit events on the calen- dar of this instrumental i;roup were the annual sprint? concert and an out-of-state benefit pi ' o- •nam. The orchestra also ])resented accompani- ment for the essiah, senior tine arts soloists and choral sinirers. Wislinow Directs ( (rchfstra Rclicarsid Thi.t iiiiir, iiiit-iif-toirii ciDifirls ririml. Orclu ' stra Menilx rs Practice Fundamentals To (wcompan) giu xt (iiiists. Page 295 Unrh- roii : K. Hasebroock. C. Kla.sek. P. I HHse. K. Strom. T. Larsen. C. Rossow. Third nur ; I . riiiininghaiii, J. Wamsley, D. Johnson, W. Johnson. J. Ward, Seroiid i-fnr: H, Kendall . E. Wohhier. B. i hively. D. Carlson. D. Hantines. D. Olson. Front row : J. Holden. J. .Steffon. N " . Dark. N. Cowles. li. Hrinknian. J. Krueger. Debate Squad Tliii ' tv ' riii -(_Tsity ilcliatc iiii ' iiil)( ' rs IuhI ni,-iii oppi ' oliinitics til practici ' the ]in c ' i ' nl ' the s])iil cii wonl. ' I ' licy compi ' tcd in 111 coiit ' i ' i-t ' iices ami iiitcistate contests and i)laycHl host to 50 scliduls at mil ' (if tlic nalinn ' s l)i,y,i; ' i ' st meets. In addition, tiicx ' sponsored a fall lii,i; ' ii scliool debate clinic. Don ( )lson and Bruce Kendall S])on- or( ' d llic i;roiip. Delta Sigma Rho l,cd liy President Waricn Wise, Delia Sii;nia Hlio coidinued to encoura. e sinct-re and elTec- tivo public speaking ' . This national lioiHtrary forensic society was organized both locall_ ' and nationally in l!)0(i. The newest goal is 1o proxide a more well- rounded training pi ' ogram for ad anced de- batei ' s liy instituting public amlience debating. llufL rut ' . 1 . Cunnin hain. K. Slrom, D. Carlson, J. Kruegrer. Front row: B. Kendall. W. Wise, D. OI- Mm. li. Sliively. Olson (iives Instructions to Debater.s Valuable lips to win points. Top Debaters Discuss Xcw ( iii ' stioiis Prr-foiinianii )}l I ruin in; . student Z o N z o Harapar Barrett Bell Berirstraesser B lazier liorclierriini; BotI Brown, J. Briiwn, L. Carr, J. Carr. M. riiubbink Conway Estes (iilniore (Joodintr O rueber Hagelberper Hall Harper Herjieiirnfler. Arlyce Herjfi ' nrader. Arlene Herzog Hetlierington Hiatt Mild lloiisel Kendle. D. Kendle. S. Korn Kreuch Kiirih Larson Lir-koi Mahr Moriarly Nootz Oakeson Olson Reed Rice Koi ' sler Holand Uow KiunpeUes Scliniidt Schneider, E. Schneider, V. Sell Sharp Snyder Strain Toj.lifr Trabert Werknieister Wilcox YounI (i ir) e?ryr i " »o 5 A ( e ( i- C ' Towiie (lull Eiitcitaiiis .Motlici-s DdiKjhters ' skit prm-idrs laiir liti r. I rMiinr Sti ' Miii l ivNidciit .l:inrt ( );ik( ' s(iil .... Vice Prcsidciil .Marli ' iic I ' icll Secretary ■ Ici I ' ll lint t Tn ' asnrer Page 298 I ' llilU ' l- Merlin;: ! llrKl .Mmnlav ■ I ' liion — vnitir of avtirities. Towne Club Tnwm ' fltil) is a sncial (►ruaiiizalinn inr unaililiatLMl Lincoln i irls attc idinir tin rniviTsity. Ever sinoe its t ' onnWinu " in liKSH, its nK»nilH rs have lifi ' ii aetivt in alni(»st (■Very campns activity. VXA) Tyj)ical Xchraska ( ' ocil, .lani t ( an " , scrvcil on tin (Victl ( ' onnsrliM txiard and va elected vice president of ' rassi ' l and treasnrer ol Murlar I oard. ( )tlier Tnwnc cinii leaders were Xornia ' ImMmck, nianai in.U ' editin cd ' the Daihf rhnt, li(Ut and a Murtar Board, and Dnruthy Knrtli, president d ' HAHW. ' I ' hr piinu l rarl jtaity was the inajni- social t ' nnctinn. J ' larlier in the yeai , Mollier-Daiiuhtei an l Fatlier-I )an.L;li- ter banquets tilled tlie Towin chdt cah ' n h r. A tea and fall i)ai1y, a traditional senior picnic and May nuirnin hrrakfast i)ri)vid ' d ruitluT fnti-itainnn-nt. Activ - MarltMi. ' Ht ' ii, . " :;: Kutii UrrcsirassiT. Ttl: Shirlfv Borchonlinp, ' 52; Wanda Bolt, ' 52: Je.vsira Hrown. ' 52; Annaboll Callon. ' 52: Janet Carr. ' . " l ; Mary Lou Carr. ' . ' ' J: Nonna Chuhburk. 5I ; Patricia Con- way. ' . " 1 ; .To Klliott. ' . »: ; Dorothy K.stes. ' 51 ; Donna Onioher, ' 52 ; SlnrU ' y (iiieIk T. ' 51; Hi-nrietta HajrolhtTErcr. ' 52: JnAnn Hall. 51 ; Catriria Herzoe. ' 5:t : Marijo Houm. I. ' 51 : Donna Hyland. ' 52 : Doris Kendle. ' 53; Virtrinia Krpurh. ' 52: Dorothy Knrth. 5I ; Lois LarKon. ' 52: Bnnny Laux, ' 52; Phyllis Lirkei, ' 52: Shirley Mahr, ' 51; Mari- lyn Mook. ' 5;i; Joanne Noolz. ' 51; Janet Oakeson, ' 52; Ht ' tty Olson, ' 51: Beverly Keed, ' 51: Mildred Rire, ' 51; Barbara Roland. 52 ; Su- sanne Run)| Ues. ' 53; Edna Srhneider. ' 5; ; KliKiabetb Slantrhter. ' 51; Meleii Snyder. ' 51 ; Ruth Sorenson. ' 52 ; Leanor Strain. ' 51 ; Shirley Watson. ' 5:1; Helen Werkmeister. ' 51: Ardath Wilcox. ' 52; Shirley w.i ■■ Barbara Baracer. " 51; Jane Barrett. ' 54; Kli nbeth Ann Blazier, ' 54; Janir« Brown. ' 54: I orene Brown. " 52: Mar - Dnrenbarh. ' 52; Phyllis Kis. ' 53; Jean Feitennan, ' 53 : Mar ' Oilnmr«». 53 ; Darlene Goodinp. ' 54: Dorothy Ann Hari er. ' 54: Arlene Hereenrader. ' 54: Arlyre Her- irenrader. ' 54; Jane Hetherinirtnn. " 54; Ruth Hialt. 52 : Shirley Hild. ' 54: Shirley Kendle. ' ' i4; Mariraret Korn. ' 54; Joyce Mills. ' 54: Mary MtHiniaw. ' 52: Nadine Moriariy. " 52: Marj-lyn Xowbill. 54 ; Pat Rinker, " 54; »erlriide Roosler. 52 ; Klaine Row, ' 5;t: Rolwria Sehmidt. " 54; Virginia Schneider, ' 53; Gloria Soli. ' 54; Joan Slmrp 52: I ' .ciiv Topliff. ' 54: JaniH Trabert, ' 54; Ina Yonnt. ' 53. All from Linrnin (iirls 1 ' as.s randy At ' tcr Dinner Of insitni. t lit H hit in II nt mi- (iirls (liMlitT m lmii ' nT I timhi Food, frit mis (uhl pltasurt fo irrnimj innil. Page 299 Allen Hartdsh Itobst U urn ha 111 Cadwnllador ( ufriiian Coleman Dierks Fellows Hansen Harmon Larson Leising Leinmer Mnller Nnrris Perry Pierson Polettiitis Rouse Rudman Schneider Swnnson I ' hrii: Zabel eilinger Ajr [( ' 11 Entri-tjiiii ;it ( ' liristmn.s I ' ' ( nri;il For fin fniJs ' iHil fliftr h t i( -skti ' h i hissh s. ArnnM Xieveeii Prt ' sidoiit IliiriM ' ll Swansoii ' icc l rcsidoiit Dllo riiri Stvrotiiry Everett .Icniio Treasurer Page 300 All 1. I .1,. ,ii A ; I iiioli l)rtW( ' cii I ' liissi ' s .1 ijHirk fii ' i ' iiiiiiKtrs. Ag Men ' s Club Ai; (■;iiii|iu piDN iili-il the orkiim urnumU lor iiii-mlicrs ulAu Mill ' s i-liili. I ' loiilciit Aiiiul.l Xii ' vi ' i ' ii was a lucin- hci- ((! ' Al|iliii Zflji anil Au ' liniMt-rs Ixianl. Vice prcsiilciit Hiiincll Swaiison va mi Fanners ' Kair lioanl ami Aljilia Zila. Mtlicr iiicii tatiiiu liiiili in ad ivit ics wprc Xmxa! It. ' mark and l-nnic Wcdnian, ' I ' li l : Karl Iliillnian, Alpha Zi ' la; ami K ' cx ( " (irfniaii worked in the rodei. as sdcialidii, Ked (rnidim and Mlock and Bridle. ' arsii hairy iiiclu l( ' d tliiee nieniln-rs of Ai; Men ' - eliili on their mil and lour nu-niliers worked in 4-il. While trviiiii ' to i)roinote hi.nher seholastie, social and athletic levels, Aii Men ' s cdnli stiniidatcs frit ' iidsiiiii aimmi; Ay- stndents. Social diversion cann- at Chrislinas linie with the annual semi fiMiiial hnlidax party. Artivrn .Ierr - .Ml. ' ii. MrCook. ■. ' .;!; Villi»m . |i|.U ' by, Elk City, ' 53; Willinm llol l. .Aiirurn, ' 5 2; Leslcr Itnrnhnin. Kearney. ' 52; l hiirles Cndwal- iRdcr. Oxford. ' . ' :t; Rrx Coffinan. StuRrl. ' ' 2: Jmiiio.s Dinkel. Oninlia. ' .■» ' J : ttrrald Fellows. Sarcent, ' 52; Itirhard Harmon. Gretna, ' 53: Rii-hard Hiitchin.s. Linrolii. 52; EvenMt .Ti ' itiie. Holnifsvillp. ' 52; John I ar on. Lyoni . 52 ; Donald Lei inir. Oxford. ' 5:J; Paul Mechain. tirand l.slantl. ' 51: Lloyd Mntdter. Orand I.sland. ' 52; Arnold Nievepn. .Ailani.s. ' 51; Arthnr Norris. Avoca, ' 51; Elton Perrj . Malcolm, ' 5.3; . nilri aN I ' oli ' initis, I le of Cyprus. ' 51; Boyd Rouse. Tokamaii. ' 52; Knmell Swauson. Lyons. 51 ; Otto Uhrif?. Henimingfonl, ' 51 : Xor ' al fieinark. Wakctirld. ' 52; Ed Zabel, Weslorn, ' 33. .Tanit ' s HartitsI). l»o lj:f. " 5:1; Harold CoU-nian. Healrit-e. 53; Merton I i» ' rks. Ewiiiff, ' 54; LawrtMire Engler, Stuart, ' 54; Wayne Foster, llradyhaw, ' 51; Karl Hansen. SareenI, " 52; Verlin Hanson, Red Cloud. 54 ; I vayne KraWI. Ayr. ' 5:j ; Allen Krejci. Schuyler, ' 54; Robert Leiiiiner. Atkinson. ' 54; Franci.s McArdle. Elk City, ' 54; Law- reui-e Nordhues. Randolph. ' 54; .Tohn OlKTinire, Stuart, ' 54; Carl Ol- sen. Hnrwell, " 54; Eocene Pierson, Genoa. ' 54; Darwin Ranson, Strat- ton. 52; Leon Repi. Arapahoe. ' 54; Louie Rudnian. Clarks. ' 54; Wil- liam Srhneeder. Linroln. " 52: Dale Van Itlerk. Ewintr. ' 54; R. Wool- man. Omaha, ' 53; Charles " . .•.■- sh.-n,.,. --..j- M ' - nrd Zeilint ' er. David City, ' 52. .Mfiulifl ' s .Meet and I ' liin ()r( iiiiiciitii)ii ijriiitioti s .!; s iirit. Ai: Men ' s Ciiil) Platter Party Discs, dalhfhig and discussion Page 301 BacK roiv : P. Sekerci, J. Snyder. M. Burgess, B. Herse, R. Slaidins, J. De Marco. V. Lavko. Fourth row: H. Dick, M. Szklarozyk, H. Jedljnski, D. Loepp, L. Gerulaitis, W. Brown, M. Sliapoorj-, F. Haeltiri. Third row: O. Okonkwo, D. Peterson, H. Jehle, H. Berendt, N. Walker, D. Gates. D. Von Kuenssberl, B. Gheisari. Second row: R. Sorensen, T. Iwand. H. Austcnfeld, N. Acevedo, F. Walker, A. Gates. J " . Azzaoui, J. Jones. Front roiv : H. Tien, S. Rexa, A. Ayazi. J. Abend, J. Herbst, L. McGlashan. H. Wcrkni. ' Ul.T. Speaker Tells .Members about Iran Understanding — world harmony. Cosmopolitan Club 111 aiMil inn i) licl|)iim ' fdi-iMiiii ami Aiiii ' riciiii st 111 lent s yd aci|iiaiiit( ' i|, ( ' osiiin|H]litaii rliili I rics 1(1 prniiHitc iiitcniatioiial uiiik ' rstaiKliny ami HiiihIw ill. l- ' oiiy (.•oimti ' ies were reiJi-eseiilcd this year by its eighty meml)ers. ' I ' he chill eilits the CosiiKi ioUfdii. a iiiDiithly paper which has won national recoLiiiition. Be- sides s])ons()rin ; ' thi ' ( ' iiancellor ' s dinnei ' ami ( " osniip-l ' ai ' iii al, the i;roup alsn liel]ied plan the animal International ? ' ' riendship dinner. Adelph I ' i " he annual Christmas orphaiiaiic party ami Heart Sister program tojijied tlie Adeljilii social list. Other fiinctinns spon- sored li ' tile organization wt ' re the Easter heiielit, a spring dance held in the Union and get-to-gethei ' s at the g ' irl ' s homes. Plans for these parties were under the di- rection of the oificors, Phyllis Johnson, KIdeaii Breese, Shirley McClain and Fran- ces Hnlac. Heading the scholastic lionor roll Avei ' e J ' at Bach, Delta Phi Delta; Phyllis .John- son, Phi Chi Theta; and Marilyn Korel, i ' i Lambda Theta. Adel])hi Avas rejire- sented in activities by Shirley McClain secretary of Religions " Welfare council, and Kldean Breese, Student council and BA- BW. AOO " " - .•■- ' j itn.h Carlson Gray HbII .Tohnson McClain Mason Selzkorii Stewart Page 302 Amikita Tlic social Di-iiiiiiizatinii for uiialliliatcil Imiiic fi ' oinimics majors. Amikita claimctl man ' Ai; activity niils. Jan Ross, a Tas- si ' l, was maiiaircr of Coll-Aiiri Fun si its. Marilyn Klscmaii was artivo in BABW, VWCA caliinct ami a rninii committi ' c. ntlifis iin ' ' (•al)inct wen- Marilyn Doo- littlc anil W ' anila frar-nn. .In Scilhu-ck woi ' kcij (in Air I nion Imanl ami Lou Nelto was on till- Ituildiny- bnanl tor the m-w I ' nion aililition. Si-veral inrmlicrs wi-iv in Home f anil Aix Builders. Major social event of tlie year was the Amkita Sweetheart liall. Plans were super- vised i)y Tresident Wamla Pearson, Vice Itresident Lucy Snyder. Secretaiy Iris Wells and Ti ' ea.surer Komona ' ll n ■. oroDo a t ' riift Kiihl Snyder l n ililllf Hyd.- Lynrli Sieiiiaiier Vam- Kk (rHiid KIsfiiiaii Harinaii 1 ticraiii .laf ' iiltscM Ki-cvcrl Pearson Knss Sinllaeek Vtlte Wells Vounc Itark rott : A. Speiirer. V. Jov, R. Woml. J. Mile . R. Lallman. Third roi ' : J. Lantre. M. OUon. F. Rogers. A. Allen. .1. Hownian. K. Siiflil. S frond rotr : H. OlMtni. N " . S|H)nit»r. A. Meyers, N. Koehler, I. Rohert.Hon. A. Ttrav. .1. Merrill. Front roi ' . J. Rintrler. M. F.khlad. V. Miirrison. L. Mel irer. I). Itinis, I». Iniie. Palladiaii ( ' onsnlt tin- I)ifti(»iwir ' F ' n- fin tin, if trnni, Pallad lan Palladian Literary society wa.s founded tme month after the I ' nivorsity was established in 18(59. Tiien as now, its crnitrihution has been to furnish its members a complete social life. They are encouraged to develop their talents in literary composition, music, drama and public speaking. Louise Metzger was picsident of the erou]). Page 303 Bark row: J. Carson. O. Meyer, P. SIii- sar. Seroiid rov: h. Gerulaitis. V. Sliisar. M. Carson, D. Danker. Front row: C. Gustin. M. Malone. I{. Heavers, D. Moore. .J. Hnrgin. -Mriiilu ' iN Li tcii 1(1 Music df ; v An afternoon devoted tn ruliitn . ' I ' d |ii ' niu()tc iiiili " i(lnal iiitiTcst and dt ' XX ' loii- iiiciit aloiiii litcrai ' y, artistic, drainatic and .social liiU ' s is till ' jxiiposc of tlic Dcliaii T ' nioii literary s(ici( ' t " . Datiiii; liack 1(i 1S74, tiic society lias s])(iiis(ircd an annual short story cdntcst tur nn- at ' liliati ' d IniNcrsit} ' stndi ' Uts. ()tlicr key functions, an alumni liani|nct ami Christmas ])art ' . wci-c planned hy the ollieers, I tax id Moore, .Marvin .Malone and Hanuma P ea ei-s. Four Ad( ' l])liis Carol lor Shut-iu.- Vi ' itlt- song, Christmas cheer. ( ' iiMiuipiiHtan -MciuliiTs Ml I ' rc-xiicat idii I ' ai-ty For St. Nirh (III fiirlfi visit. Page 304 student Z o o n farA- row: V. Kotlirli, C. Kuyatt, A. Otto. Srrond roic : J. Wirsiff. H. Uacliiimn, V. Weare. D. Coon. Front JRoiv : U. Crownovor, C. Kemp, N. Williams. D. Wiles. W. Harnds. Jiark roiv : C. Cook. D. Kansoni, D. Cles:?, X. Swanson, S. Eberhart, L. Lathrop. Fourth row : K. Walker. D. Young. 1 . Vrana. D. Monson, G. Qui k. R. Aiider son, D. Kissell. Third row: G. Ehler, C. Humbert, C. Stii- ber. li. Miller, T. Leisy. J. Howe. Second roir: R. Gard, D. Eberspacher, R. Reynolds. R. Slohler. C. MacLean. F. Sibert. J. Weber. Front row: C. Kemp. M. McCreigbt, . Ganzel. W. Monson, T. Lambert. . ' . Williams. o ' y ' - ' ' YMCA The ' M( ' A ciiciiiiraiics the lii.i ' host dcNclop- nioiit 111 ' a ( ' lifist iaii |icrsoiialit ' . McinlxTsliip is axailalilc t i all male students rt ' iiai ' diess of tlicir i-cliu ' iinis |in ' fci-ciK ' e. ( tlliccis (if tlie lirouj), l alpli llaimeiiian, limix Xelson, l)a i ' Cargo aiul Kic-liard Banicll, euii ducted llic Wednesday eveiiiuii- furuius, diseus- sioiis and inii ii ' s licld on tlic citv caniinis. ' Idle Ag VMCA, lii(di meets joinllN witli llif ' ' ( ' A. s|)()nsors Aveekly liihic study meetings and oi-slii|i scrviees. ( ' urrcnl woi ' ld ]iroli|( ' iUS are (liscussc(l in the tlirci ' aetixc ciinnnissioii groups. A ' YMCA-YWCA Tluji Icuni btf hcturc. City V.MCA-YWCA ••Splash " Party li ' ( crt nlion furthtrx cooperation. Page 306 YWCA A women ' s niiiiinizalioii witli a stroiii; icli uiniis liasis, till- VWCA tcaclics Cliristiaii iilciils and tlii ' ir pracliral application. ( n I ' ity campus Kllcn Smith hall is the cen- ter of tile ariei| acti ities. ' i ' hese iMchiiie com mission uronps, weekly X ' esper services ami si)ecial proijrams. Memhers ot " the small com- mis ioii groups discuss pidlilems of cauipns values, international atVaiis. leadership tecli- iiii|iU ' s and religious helii ' lV. ( )n Ay campus similar meetiiiii are held. ( tjlicers from imth campuses cooperate to stimulate the Christian thinkiiiu ' of I ' nivei-sitv women of all faiths. City i . I ' .ooih .11 Artiviiirs .M;irt Flush ' s first (Iftii ' ltfl I ffiii ' ls, Alice AikIiM ' mih Leads A V Dist-iissidii (iniii|i 1 hniuijli ilisiiissiiin , ri ' iliyil lull. . H- %%% H% linrk row: L. Arhiiis, M. Sidner. V. KopIi- kT. n. rarlhoii, S. Toy. ( ' . rnhJiT. I). I ov( i;rovc . Third roir : L. FrMierirk. .1. Hiinsroii ' . M. Morrison, A. Hall, A. FUmmI. H. Wilkiits, S. Pryor. Srrnnd row . ' L. Baneliart. S. Frilder. S. RnnsdeJI. R. Trantiiiiiii, K. Dill. E. Mood if. i rant rotr : M. Hiibka. J. ZIoinke. K. S(hreil or. S. Allen. A. Smith. M. WiMoy. Itnrk Ifoir : J. Sriiropder. O. Lambert. W. I»ear.Hon. H. Hathaway. J. EnEelkemicr. Srrnnd roir : M. Elseman. A. Lanibort. J. Knotls. E. Eriffkson, A. Uoswell, L». Tinkham. Front row: A. Westcott, E. Young, A. Anderson, D. Bowman. M. Cook. H. Uollen. Page 307 Opportunity for Christian service and fellowship are offered to young ])eople at the University by the Presbyterian student house. Besides encouraging its members to ])artieii)ate in campus activities, the stu- tlent house emphasizes to them the imjxjr- tance of extending and uniting the cliurch throughout the wmlil. Under the leaderslii]) ol ' tlie i-icverend Rex Knowles, members enjoy a i)r()giani of religious, social and educational (• cnts. Heli)ing jilan the activities were the offi- cers, Gary Joselyn. Bill Mundell, Bob Schuler, Norm Strand and Jo Huff. Presbyterian Student House Officers Till ir task sit la fore fhcm. Presbyterian and Congregational Student Fellowship I ' lymiiiitli All riiivci-sitx- ( ' Inin-li Xiirlit ( ' niiijr (iiiliiiiiiilists jjrnriili irliuli smiii iiiinist nii lit . :vi i. I i I ' li ' iui KmiwU ' s Lt ' ails Siuiday Fdiiuii l i I p discussion dominates. l ' i( ' sl)vt(MMans Sliare Smulay Sii])i)er •III sliiill fud His flocks. ' ' Page 308 l ' r - lntt ' riaii SmkIcmiI llmix ' Oh Fourlontli strut, n xiiirituiil liiiiin for stinliiil. liarK ri... J. Stroh. . Srhnriiler. M Fnihlitie. U. E tn. B. Drhal. Frnul nsu : B. (t« ree, M. Kire. K. HyH . H. Sallrr. ' " on!rrc . ' iitioii!ili t A scinlilc Scniplu.i.k f ' riiliri iiitiri.sts ittilizffl. Sigma Eta Chi Winiii ' ii »l ' all i ' i ' linii n , racrs ami iTeiMlf; may Itploiiir to .Sijnnji Kta ( " lii. This national sorority, istal)lisliO(l hy the ( ' ongrt ' ational clinrch, tries to stimulate tin- sjiiritual irrowtli of students so that it will keep pact- with their academie learnin.u. The social and iclijjioiis activities provided for the mcmliers of Siyjiia Kta Chi were under the di- rection of Pii ' sidiMit Mildreil Kice. Page 309 llarl: rot ' - : M. liurklund, E. Flaiiatrin. K. Metllinp. J. Soreiisen. S. Hall. J. Kas- Third roiv : A. Meyers. M. I ' rbach, 1). n)i)s.«iei], S. Hines, J. Sharp. C. Rainevs. Brown. C. Babrock, B. Reed. M. Kroe.st . A. Rowe, M. Robinson, B. Howe. Second row: M. Wright. K. Baker, M. Cnrr. J. Bell. I. Thone. M. George. I . McUougal, R. Trautman. M. Feary. Front row : R. Mcierhenry, P. Rook, N Koehler, A. Park, M. Brittenbam, J ' Olson, L. Eddy, M. MarlJii. -4 f J ' .tf 0, df) lUii-t; roir: A. Trautman. J. ilatson. ' . Croft. J. Roilgers. K. Satterfielil, 1) Heiipcs, V. Kolb. M. Lorlwig. F. Ma.ior. Third nut: L. SiiiBlloy. M. Smith. H. Ht ' ihl. P. Benedict. P. Vrana, D. Bohl. V. Dellelly. J. Howe. Srrond row: P. Scolt. 6. Veft, C. Howe, 1 . Rundle. C. Tenhulzen, D. Mitchell, I-. Oood. R. Crom, R. Xutt. Front row: V. Vogt. H. Meyer. K. Krit- ner. CJ. Carter. J. Robson. W. White- head. D. Sjogren. Kappa Plii Iiit ' di ' iual Ple(ljriii ; ' Corcnioiiy Sdciiil (It ' i ' t lopiiii i)t is ilso (ssrntuil. Kappa Ph By coml)iiiiii,i; ' stu-ial ami ]iiritiial life Kappa IMii. woiuciiV .Mrtlidiiist fraternity. strixTs to (k ' Vi ' loii ( ' hristiaii l( ' a(lcr liip tur tln ' clnircl: of toniorrnw. Jvajipa IMii iiici ' ts twice a iiiontli. Tlu ' inciii- l)i ' r.s, niidcr the direction of { ' resident Arlene Park, cai ' ried out a prot;rain of reliiiiou.s iiieet- iu s, dibcu.ssiuii .uronps am] social extents. Sigma Theta Epsilon I ' roiniitiii.n ' II closer I liiistiaii fellow liip auKnii;- Methodist culleiic men is the aim of Sigma Theta Hpsilon. A spring- Sweetheart ])an((net and a ( ' hiistmas |)arty for yonngsters are two annual affairs included in their ]ii-o- gram. Pri ' siding as ofHcers were (!leii Carter, " Wiley Vogt, Stanley Meyer ami Ken Kritner. si-jfiiia Tlicta Epsilon Discussion Gronp To haru is to live. Page 310 Stiuifiits Take I ' art in Simday .Meeting Till Siililiiilli IV ri nil mill n il in n-nnl. .Mi ' tlioiiisis Sijiian ' Dance at St. Paul Cliurch Fnilh mill fun ijn lininl in lunnl. Methodist Student Foundation To serve ;ill Mithodist students at the Uui- vcrsity of Xi ' ltraska is llic itiiriiose »f tlic Mctliodist Student I ' otiiidatinii. Tlifouiili a i)r(i iram of wdrslii]!, fecrcation and .-tiidy. the Mctliodist Student foundation seeks to uiiide students in spiritnal eiiiicliinent and i n ' owtli and in Christian feliiiwslii]). The •rroiip ' s reliirious discussions and social activ- ities are carrieil nn in tlie city cain])ns student house and in the Ay student center. ( Klicers of the urouji were: William ( " roft, ! re idciit : .Marilyn .lo Martin, vice president; Julia Bell, secielary: and Dennis Mitehem, treasurer. .Metlifxlist Stiuleuts Air Views at Disenssion Conversation brinys revelation. Square Dancers at AlJ-riiiversitA " Church Night " All join hands and form a star. " Page 311 N ewman Club rromoting iVlluwsliiiJ among I ' atliolic stu- dents and furthering- good will between mem- bers of all faiths are tiie aims of Newman clui). Under the guidanee of the Very Revereml George J. Seluistei ' and the officers, heatled by President Xeil ( " ampljell, the gronp sponsored a ])rograni of discussion bnurs and parties. Xewnian club, a nicmbcr of the internatioiial Newman club fe l( ' rati(in. regulai-ly sends re|i- resentatives to the gi-oup ' s convention. Newman Chib Stiuleut I ' uion Party Festive atmosphere fosters friendship. ;«.;.• roil : O. .Schmidt. K. Sl.ale. I!. Hull. S. Ja.obs. R. Sand. H liritidlnv. T. Hniza. R. WaLsli. Serond row: X. Scolt. G. Pritchard. .1. Weiland. I). Maliilka. H. .ledlinski. H. Cast. A. Torrico, J. Havlicek. Front row: Hsgr. G. Schuster, N. Campbell, S. Leiand, II. Coupe. .7. I ' eck. C. Kine. K. Steiliauer. Newman Club Boys Wait for Mass to Begin 4 iS7. Mari ' s Cathcrlnil. ihiir spiritual tit . Page 312 Christian Student Fellowship ' liristi;m Stiitlciit l ' ( ' llii v liii (i|iciatf mi ihr piiiiciplc tliat stmK ' iits •jaiii liappiin ' ss aiitl hal .itiir must siii ' t ' i ' ssl ' iilly w lu-ii tlicii " n-litjimis u:n» vtli ( ' (luals tlu-ir scholastic pnmrcss. ' I ' o accoinplisli tliis. CSF strives tn cultivate spir itiial ili ' Vcliipiiicnt ill ]ii ' rsuiialit and cliai ' actci ' . riiristiaii cliiircli mi ' mlicrs at the I ' liivcrsity have till ' opportunity to find ami sliari ' coumion intiTi ' sts tliroiiirli ilisciissioiis. worshi)) pin- irrams ami parties which are ' eiitere(l at ( ' otiier lioiise. I resi»ieiit of the i rmip was Dick Fisher ami ( hertoii ' i ' liriier was the stmleiit pastor. Cliristiaii SludiMil l " ' i-llip v-.|iiii MVh ' iT ' Till task iif fiiilhful sli iriirdshij). itark roit : ( Halkcr. .1. tireifory. V, Wean . K. Kii tiiius ( ' n. I . Liprmai). Third row: J. Murray. U. Sbiley. F. Had- (lix. D. Johnson. L. MeHsersniith. K. Shields. Sfrond ran : K. Van Strom. H. Kounr«. A. Ruiisell. F. Anderson. V. Sinolik. Frn: t rotr . O. TnrntT, L. Lawrence. 8. M ( ' lain. C. M-roniiark. S. M.( rnih. i,. I turns. Suiiilay Sm)|)»»r Soutrf ' st M ' ikt It jinfful nnist iiitto tht l,ttnJ. Christian StmltMit Follo v.shi|i Coinnuiiiion " ' I ' t ' . ' ■!,! ' ! ' tit in rtiiifiiihrfmrt of M . " Bafk roiv : H. Slruempler, W. Flicker, F. C ' hael, R. Eggert, J. Scholz, R. Huebuer, B. von Kampen. R. Berke. Third lion-: J. Rodekohr, E. Carlson, H. Conrad. R. Hanneman, R. Dunklau, R. Pearson, J. LindsteadI, A ' . Angnstin, D. Srheerger, D. Kroegcr. Second rott ' : D, Sass. E. Hredthauer, L. Kieekhafer. C. Oregersen, M. Bames- berger. B. Bredlhauer. M. Reigerl, R. Lemke, E. Oelrich. Front row: M. Gade, J. Fnth. H. Gloy- slein. Rev. H. Knk, L. Luebbe, C Liiebbe. P. Koit. M. Wiitrofk. r.AO- lamma Delt; (ianiina Delta Sunday p]veniiifr Cafeteria Material blessings inchuli " nn- daily bread. ( ' liiistiaii kiiowicdiif and scfvicc, syiiiholiziM] liy llic (irci ' k letters (jamma and Delta, are the aims of Sigma chapter of Gamma Delta at the I ' liiversity of Xebraska. It is tlie international association of I.ntlieran eolleuc and I ' niversily students. President Lawrence T uebbe, Vice i)resident .Joyce l ' ' otli. Secretary Carol I.nebbe, and Treasurer Harold Gloystein led the Sunday even ills ' - discussions and social hotirs. Bark row : A. Heiss. H. Larsen, " W. Hart. T. Parker. Second roti: : C. Mason. A. Blum. R. Sid- er.s, R. Mc-Namec, W. Barnds. Front row: Rev. Kweigart. I . Wiediiiaii. I . Halcii, R. Sandsledt. J. Yamanioto. ' . Haggar. Canterbury Club Song:fest SoiKl — 1(1 filorifn ideiiln. o .Y,a ,v. I Canterbury Club l- ' ouuded by the i-lpisco] lal ( ' liurch Soi ' ietx ' for ( ' olle,i;c Work. ( ' aiiterliuiy clnl) offers cotiii-enial contacts and wholesome social acti ities for students of ;dl faiths. Its program includes worship, study and recreation. Oflicers were IMiillip Hatcli. .Tack •lnlanloto, iiulh Saudstedt ami Virginia Haggar. Page 314 • iih w. Lutheran Student Association Till- Liitlifiaii StiitU ' iit assinMiilii ii aim to sustain stmli-iits in tin- Cliristiaii t ' ailli ami to [provide ( ' hristiaii ft ' llowsliip. I ' liilcr the (liifctioii of tin- ollicfis I ' loidciit t ' lilToril Ml ri;t;n ' ii, ' icf |ircsiiiciil I ' liil llaiii, Sccntaiv Harriet Moi tiiiscii ami Treasurer .loliii IM ' aiin the city ami Ay raniiuis irroujjs |irovi(le(l varied acti itie . I ' liese included iu- trauiural athletics. ( ' hri tiaMity courses, service pro.jec ' ts, partii ' s ami a student ' lioir whiili uuide a sprint;- tour. KcviTcnd IVlersoii Opens Jlpetiii}; witli St-ripture LkkIiisIiii) iiiiiIis III! ill niniist iriirslii i. Lutheran Student Assdeiatinn Choir Tliirti [loitthfiil voices echo prai.ic. Lutheran Pamphlet Goes to Press t ' lirh in ik liriiKjs a s tiril mil n miiuh Lutheran Students ' Informal Ieetin r With . " " ■ ' ( iiilU IIIIIIIS irmlil iiiiih rsliiiuliiifi. S|it ' alvt ' r Sli;ii ' i ' s I ' |)liftiiiir Itlt ' iis with 1 ' ( ' F (hi llii liiiiiiyl. in fkhj script }n ' ( hssoiis. Brviiii .loliiisoii l laiis witli Spdiisdr, Dr. Fueiiiiiiiir Sliidiiit mill fiiriiltii liiiihrs irtirk tuiiitlii r. Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship Through weekly Bible studv mmips and daily ])rayer meetings, tlic iiitcr- ' arsit ' Ciiristiaii tVlldwslii]) tries to (lce|icii and strengthen tlic spii-itnal life nl ' its incni- l crs. An intci-denoniiuatinnal rdiuiniis nr!;an- ization for Ixitii men and wnnieii, IN ' CI ' " ' stresses the need of a vital failii in ( ' lirist for a i)ositive, snccessfni wav of life. One of the main i)ro,jects of the gronii each year is to entertain foreign students who attend the I ' niversity. Besides this, tlieir calendar inelndes a formal Spriiiii l)an(iiu ' t, highliiihting tiieir soeial season. Directing lln ' activities of 1 ' ( ' F were the officers, P)r an .lohnson. Betty um- Jiingst, Helen Nelson and I " ' ,d Wood. Kark rote: E. Erickson. I. Xilson, D. McCutcham. Fnurll, roil : H. Shafe. E. Har vc.v. .J. Gee. R. Brown, W. Kiideen, J. Petersen. Third roir ; L. Xelson, S Jones, P. Xel. on, P. Meyers. U Hiegel. C. Shipnian, H. Nelson. Si-rond roil-: S. Suk-.soon, L, Friedli. J. Carlson, D. El nii ' ier. H. Heregren, M. Mey er. K. Seaquist, E. Nelson. Front row: M. Aiiscrod. I. Wild, B. Zumhingst, B. John son. H. Nelson, E. Wood, P. Aniireas. Page 316 FathiT liiilliinl Speaks on ( ' (lurtship iiiilliir li ' i lli iiiii-iii-l.iff Will, ' fdituri. Welcoiiif DaiR-c at Newman (lul) riiurcli Ni lit I lit I riiiission inlcn.sl — iiiformdl speaker. rniversity Stiuleuts Loave Chapel .1 church, cinicfpts strciiytht iiid. Religion at Nebraska LBm l ( ) o f Adams Ainark Hasler Bisrhoff HorK itroiitrliloii Caley Chase Clayton Denker Diehiii Dill Kbers Kckluiul Ekbur George Gone (tile.s Hat h. E. Hnt.li. P. Ht-ddfii Heiii) Hill II«»|]i lHv Hul)kji. K. Hubka. 1.. Irwin Jackson Joselyii Kananiiiii ' Kay Kir •ll Krikar Kruffor Lanibrerht Larson McAfee Mrl o velI MrXaught .Ma lone Maskell .Mav Mixe NakagawH Xelson Olsen Pinkerton Plihal Post Prado Puis Voine Kubb Srhiietz Sinclair Sjogren .Stoddard Sullivan Tews Tornek Vollnier Zwarl L ' hess (iaino Doininales Kveniii - Hours Kings, qui ' cvs, Jxuiijhis rfi(ft) af nicv rjorm. 1 f. " 4 1 N n t1 ■1 E..J lli.wiinl .Miiski ' ll i ' ivsi,l,.|ii William Dill .... S ' ei-( ' tarv- ' rrcasurfi- Kol)i ' iM Zwart Social ( ' liainiiaii l al|iii Hall Vllilrtic ( ' liainiian Page 320 .Mi-ii (iri .Morning ' liiiw Push, pull — rlifk. t-lirk. Men ' s Residence Hall Kubert Anrvic. John Ailiim «. (irralil Adrurk, (iiili h Allen, Uirh«rd Anmrk, Tunih Auvflt. .lanictv AlkihKun. Harr - ttarhnian. Cirrald Uailn). I " ti HnMnH Vn ' it Hnrr HHI l ntlpr. Hob llt»rkt ' nhaiuT. Ki.Iht! Hrran. I»il l I ' .. ' • H. Hiu Hisrhutr. Clair Itivl W I.ll ll. .Umi.-h Itofttchor, Al hnrrlininti. rinviuii i ■ " .bauch. John Hroffan. I ' harK- Mroiiirhton, . ' •■liii l ' .i..ii.ht..i, ii.,r..ri iir..v ri. Jamcn LtrtibakiT, Arlltiir liryant. I tnyil Hurhi-r. Kii-bar t Hiiikrh. riark Calcv, Kalph rnnaday. Vanrc faroOHTs, Ct-nr Tarti-r. Lw ' arl» ' r. Nornmii t ' nM . Unbcrl Cbab. Ilttrr ' baptiinn. Paul ( ' ba p. I ' hil riiasf. Nnriiinii Chupp. Kiiiiiii ' K rinyttm. (Iinrlrs riintoii. Hill ( ' offt-y. Ktiirvr M.k. William Cook. Hill f ' nifl. Knul riill. K«l in (iinilHTland. Phil t ' iirb y, Allnrt ( ' uriiN. Kiihard CiilliT. William DcHWIy. Gordon Denkvr, Harold Difhm. William Dill. Charlt ' it Dillnian. Uoug Dudley. Hoh Diiiit, Don Diinlap. Jay Diinlap, i ' anl Dunlap. Dab ' Kbers. ( ' loyd Erkliind, Jamo Ehrct. D ' an Ekbiiri:. Hob Erirkhon. Donald Ert ' l. Roland Fafteta. fieno FcrjruMm. Ouy t rr ' - I ' Ki» ' I ' . Don Fox. Hill Frank- lin. FriMi Fri ' finnn. Milton Fri ' i. Kirhard F i bi Keith ;adw«y. John (iaskill. JiTald Hm f. Don Oeckainan. Willard (Udwirk. Harold (Ifortri . Kirluird Iili , KuhM ' ll (MMMlwin. Jark fiotle. Kalph Hall. J»« ' k Hnnscn. Paul HanMui. Jim Harking. Jamei Har|» r. Clar- ence Harris. Stan Haslerlo. Earl Hatrh. Phil Hatch. Hyron Have-. Gene Hedden. Scott Hedden. Keith Heim. Clinton Heine. Warren Hickman. Georee Hill. Homer Hobbs. Kay Holliday. Elmer Hubka. Lawrence Hubka. Hob Ingram. Tuih Irwin. Tom Iwnnd. larkHon. Olio Jaindl. Alan Johnson. Robert D. Johnson. Gary Kirlmnl Ji sclyn. T Ni Kanamine. Itill Karrer. Roltand KasiKT. Charles Kay, Don Kelly. Tom Kinirsley. KiikTene Kirsch. RoU ' ri Klein. Cyril Korian. Don Koester, Leiand Korle, Ted Kratl. K4diert Krau e. Everett KreU. Dennis Krikar. John D. Kroirh. KoIhtI Kruirrr. Gordon Kriise. Arnold Lahrs. DtHui Lambrecht. Ray maun d Lar- L«-ar. Norman Lind. Roifer Iwndcren. ' »rd Li ltd ley Lobnian. Kolwrt Lone. Hiirdette Low. Norman Liicdtki n. Rex I jiila. Bradley I. John Llitleras. Fred Donald Lund. t ' harles McAffe. Kd ar McCoy. James McDowell. John McElhaney. Richard McKee. Clinton McNautrht. John McReynolils. Don Mahannab. Marvin Maloiie. John Marks. Houard Maskell. Ralph Maskell. Terry Masoii. Jim Matson. Don Mattox. Tom May. William Michelson. Vadeii Miller. Dennis Mitchem. Franklin Mize. Loren Mle nek. I ' alvin Modisett, Harrv M K»re. Vincent Morrison. Robert Mueller. Ken Nakacawa. Hemard Nelson, Jim Nelson. Lyie Nelson. Hans Nieder- l»» ' rc. Leslie Noble. Hiro hi Nohari, Hyron Nerval. Fred Novak, Don Olson. John O ' Neal. Jack Paap. Charlen Parker. Max Paulson. Larrj Pedrett. Reed Perr -. Don W. Peterson. David Petrowsky. Glen Phillips. Frank Pilar, Robert Pinkcrlon. .rameii Plihal. Gerald Post. Ed l rado. John Prien. Darrell Puis. Dan tjuine. Jay Dee Raile. Verlin Rasmnssen. Tom Rechl. Mervin Reese. Ri hard Rilw. .fames Kobb. John Robson. Rector Rubeck. John Ruelwl. Jack Kussell. Hilt Rutledire. Hill Savillf. Heinz Srhreiner. Robert Schuelz, Rol ert Scoville. Victor Sed- lacek. Howard Selling, (ierald Sever on. Jim SherwiM»d, StanU-y .Shiimway. Frank Simon. Don Sinclair. Wilber Sindt. David Sjogren. .Tames Smith. Hill S »renson. Curtis Sorcnson. George Starr. Jack Sieve. Phil Stockhani. Paul St nldanl. Roland Sirns.s. (teorire Sullivan. Ray Svehia, l an Swit er. David TeWH. Carl Tipton. Dan Tolman. William Toniek. David TunniclifT. Duane Van Pelt, DennJA Vernon. John Veylupek. Roliert Vollmer. Kenneth " on Harden. .loe Waddill. Richard Walker, L K nard Wallare. Jim W amfdev. Jack Wat- kins. Charles Wayinire. Ncal Weddle. Karl Wellensiek, Paul Wellensiek. Rich- ard Whitman. I.awrmcc Wi.-dnirir. Marvin Wi.-ker. Robert Wie-i. Walter Willi. Richard Wilson. Richard Wiitc. Charles Wolfe, Lester WiM)d vard. LyIe Voune, Jay Zieeler. Kol ert wart. P nys (iiitiier iiftcr Diimt-r to Shop-Talk ' ( oflcgi Doifs ' undfr fliscussion. TV Set Providps Diversion from Studies Ilopalong CassuJif — Amfrican hfro. Page 321 Abbiihl if • ArmslronR Baker 4 ' t £U BarK !! Hetker Hera II Hcrrier V lileirher i Bruwii 4 p v J Carder rhriKtfnst?-!! { hi f3 Cullfr V " ' - Dillon Fearj- Fiatj mn i ,, 1 Fuhriiian 1 WW. ' k Goodman i V t i Graver 1 R ' Grofran Harvey ' v - HindK, M. B fr D r c- . f i t ' t . t V HiudN. S. Hopp Irwin John son Lan elelt Litteureux MrOay Mantrold Mann 31ark.N Miller Mock Miiiidhenk ' Myers N ' eliiiou I ' odlesak Rainey Riley Roberlsun Rose Sabatka Si-hlerht Suirdley Snyder Sperlini: Tiinnionti Turner WaUton Winih Wiitrork i f f € f ) Roonimatos Rt-lax in lli ' |i|iin-r Hall Stidlii, .•iiiiiill talk — school satisfaction. l ' .arl)ara Schlei ' ht Governor DmU (liristensoii Viee Governor Kathleen Hill Sei-retary Delores CSade Treasurer Page 322 ilUlill Candy Man Sells at Dorm With finiil. It frit mil II air. Women ' s Residence Hall «ln.i .: V II I; I. ll« fly Jo Atlrn. Slriihjinir Allvn. li « Ann arl. Ju«n Carlaon. Romt Ca t- ' hri«li nf»on, lloru rhrutrnMin. I Urk. Manan Clouirh. Ilartarm Tohcn. . ron Cook. I ' bylliK rorli.«». Marlrnr forti. Carol El»r. Andrpy Kmrry. Brtlf ltra la y. 111 I.. - l! H II ll.-.. Shirlrr - 1 Ik Sallv Hall. Shirlry Hallowrll. Shirlry ..t II.P1..V 1i..t.i.« I.-.- H.-i.T ..rii|la HtKlwn. iMra HuF llr. l oru Harfllr. (ifoncui Hnlac. Arlila Inif»»r»on. D»lor»?. Irwin. Carol Jvn rn. P»eKT J»n.i»n. Jo Jone». n..r.- r,.i,i (tladvA Johnton. iSuzanne JohnMin, jly John.M n. Beverly Patricia Kelly. ilnia Kindhart. Phyllis Knerl. Margaret -. perky. Phyllis Kon. Barbara Kreuti. Alice Kniser. Beverly iteraldine l ankrelett. Marilyn l..arMin. Joan LaKtie. Anne !,.-Jij»:m H. ' I.ml I..-.- Tij. .jti.-lji,.- I,ee. Joan Leeire. Sylvia I.ie- ■ ' ■in. Patricia I. oder. Norma wi:,-.» M. (■ Mar . ■ Iji, Pli lib l.n Ann Motrr. Mary Aitu Muiittfaii. Jcaiivtie Mujidbtfiike. Marii. i. V, hi.r .i. elf. Helen Nelson. Mary Nelson. Mary Niehaa.s. .-inia Nye. -T. Neala O ' Dell. Eileen Oelricli. Sara O ' BanloD. • Mary . nn I a-sek. .Inlia . ' ll. Pai Peek. Jean Peter 1...,. l ' ,..r,.. I rt. ' ir . I 1 -I 1 . ■ 1 ' Turner. M. Manan ' .-.,■ .■ • ter I elaine Saaa. Gloria 8anlls. :.e TimmonA. Jo Ann . .ri ' j» iriT-.n lieatrice Trosper. Joan «n Crbach. Helen t ' lterliark. .loan Veeh. Cliarlotte Veta. Imocene Mvrfla WaStnn l.ila Watiek .Ta .Ann l is Zabel. Helen Zieroit. Maaine Zimmennan. Jo Anne Girls Gatli» r in Ri-sitlent ' s Room Informiililii mnk ' s " Innnf niniif frrtm homf " actual. ' Students Prepare Lessons in ■ " Morgue " Deathlikf quitt. aid to scholastic advance. Page 323 liitcriKitidiial ]I(iiisc llnlils 1 ImHowi ' imi Piirty America — tin magxnl im Itiiitj jiot. International House liilcfiintidiial lldusc was I ' dinnlcil t ' ur tlu ' imriKisc of iiroiiiiptiii " ;- iiitcniiitioiial and iiitor- lacial fricndslii]). Klsiu Furd I ' ipc ' i- was tlic iiisiiitatiiiii licliiiid its establishment. Oilicers Elizabeth Johnson, Barbara Malm and Mildred Freeonf worked nnder Hie leader- lii|i III ' I ' rcsident Barliara AN ' aldroii. AVhcn iiii ' iiilicrs wrvr not sliidyinii ' t ' r tlicir clKiscn liflds of psycliology, sociology, arl or iinme c ' CdiKiuiics, they eould be t ' oniid jiai ' ticipatin,! ' ' ill iiitr;iniiirals. hoiioraries and ari(iiis eamjnis aetivities. Jiiirl: nil! ' : II. .Sii. H. Zuiiiliingst. F. Kochoii. . . Siiiitlrtiiiiiirlliy, (I. Wii-lu ' . A. Rowe. K. Jones. Third rotr : F. Crawford. E. WtTner. V. Vjishi!iffIon. X. Raisli, L. Mc- Kinli ' y. A. Reyniond. Second row: E. Hou.ssin, M. Kniirgil, P. Altinok. K. Carlson. J. l rensen, J. Sun, H. Huse. Front row; K. Yainasaki. M. Freeonf, H. Malm. U. W ' alrinin. F.. .lohnson. E. Kiyohnra. Willi niciiilii ' rs t ' idiii Turkc}. .Ia|ian. ( ' Iiina, .SwitziTlaiid, South . ii:crica, l ' ' raiicc, India and (ieriiiaiix ' . a ' aricty of foreign phrases witc beard within the house. (iiiN Talk Tdiirtlicr (111 Front Stairs .1 I iiti nintiiinal Ilmisi.oiiiitii. Terrace Hall Activities, niti ' iliiiniiiciit ami lii(li( ' s lilk ' d till- sclii ' iliilcs ut " the yiils at Tciiiu-t ' Hall. I ' lidfr till ' (liicctioii ot " tlu ' otiifcis. a liaiaiic ' cil pninraiii was niaiiitaiiu-il. Rc|ir( ' S( ' iitiim Tcrrart ' Hall in at-tixitics won ' .1(1 Lislii-r, director ot " All ' ' , llelcii N ' itck, liead nt " Student Directories, and Sliiilcy K ' nlT, lueiii luT nt ' BA HW . A t ' tiT cMipliasizinu iiiuli sclinjai- siiiji. several i;irls acliieved averaii ' es siitlicieiit tor uienilu-rsliip in I ' i {.aniixla Tlieta, Siunia Alpha Iota, Alpha Lanilula Di ' lta an. I M ii IMii Epsilon. A ( ' liristinas dinner dance was proxided for Terrace Hall nirls and their ilates. In the sprinir, etVorts were concenlrat.d un a liai l for or|)hans. liul. Watcli Aiioiil Uridjrc I ' laycr For beginners, observation nnlij. Tolephone Call at Terraee Hall .1 bliiul ihiti . (I prospect or just a st( i l i. Abend Ailser Ml Cook Dirke Oarcy ( ' ■illniT (tries Oro!« e HiiUr .leii.Hen Karel I«inillu tin Li slier MrCoy MorU ' iist ' ii Mytholnr Nt ' whons.- Ruff .iirt iiit ' r Shraiiu ' k Thuiuii.- Thone Vitek Wen I el Wieskanip Page 325 in r: ii iSfc. - - LU K: J Halh ] ton n ess Carlson Cliase Crellin dishing Dane I yer Eule FurUser (Jerpel Haicht, H. Haight. R. Heineman Hulin Hosick JaniOK Jolinston Jones .lusiice Kirk M« ueen Martin Melander Oldenburg Parsons Peiiiprew Rash Schreiber Schroeder .Sees Slmey. E. Shiiey. M. Stake .Strand Sirelecki Swaiison Brown Palace Co-op .Stri iii, : ' for in ' iificicncy in all ])liasi ' s of col- l( ' ,s ( life, Brown ralace woi-kod t(ii; ' 11icr as their name, co-op, imjjlies. Hating- hig-li in all intramural sports, the 50- niemher house succeeded in co]i])in :- the all- university footl)ali chanipionsjii]!. Sci]ih(iin(jre .liin .lu ticc ]iaceil the conscien- tious students with his S.7 scholastic average. Brown Palace also held memberships in six lionmary fraternities: Sigma ' l " au. 1 1 Tan Sig-ma, Eta Kappa Xu, Alpha K ' aiip.i i ' si, Kap))a Psi and I ' i Mu l-]iisilon. • ' resident .Max .lanu ' s. witii the iieip of the other officers, Jim Crellin, Ei(hin Slnn y and George Conner, ]planned the spiing liamiuet held at the VWCA. P.iiaiil Mi ' nihcrs Lctivt ' [c( ' tiII!- ' • to Join IldiisciiKitliiT Tiifiillirr tlity dfsrrud for iliuii) r. IJoys li lax aftPr Evenini: ileal h ' liiiliii ' and trrilin ' hut pnfouhhj sleep. H rioneer nouse Till ' tirst en (.|icrativt ' at tin- lnivcrsity, I ' iuiKM r Mouse was cslalilislu ' il at tli» ' Xclnaska iami iis ill ]!•.■ !•. Kacli yi-ar iii ' W stridt-s arc taken tnwanl liit li i oals in sclmlastic. atiili-tic and sofial acliicv cinciit.-. The co-oii claininl as its uu-niltcrs Don Fifslicr. retiring ISA incsidciit : .less Nielsen, Ldit llrriiir iiiemiier; and Xolan . Jones, sec- retary of Siiciiia Tan. i-ni iiiccr iionnraiy. Witii a full load ot ' studies and Imnse duties, tile nicinlHTs of Pioneer House still found time to work in activities and intranimals. r, Patknec and perseverance pay. llm-k roil : M. Lehman. K. Ky iroin. U. Dntrhcr. .T. S| « ' a ' - -. W . r.(«r . ! . Fleshcr. M. Itiirri . H. I wfh«r . Third rntr : F. Petersi-ii. R. Anrfersen. M. Vol.« le!wn. T. Morrison. J. Itits scll. I). Hanson. H. Va.sina. Srruud rrnf : J. Stava. A. Peters. H. HesMclline, J. Ujorklun, .1. Nielsen. W. Lin n. H. Smith. I . 1.4 hinan. Front rntt .- N. .lone . K. KniL ' h. D. Fiillen, Mrs. J. Jacohji.. I ' . Kngler. P.. Irby. K. f ' rnnin. Don I ' uUeii, Bol. Kio-li. J ill Iil.y and Paul Kiigler giiided tlie house members. An annual sprinir i)icnio for alumni topiied the lisrliter side of the hovs ' ehedules. Boys (jive llot-fnot to Uiisus]ipctiug Brother Itifhinniiiilioii — ( xchiiiiation. 1 f f O V " 1 liiH-y Eberliart KsleriiiHiiti Hudson Knolts Laiin JV ' Icrsdii Posey HHinforth Richards Schroeder Sio|.pkoUe Westeotl Zeilinger Rosa Bouton Hall Tlicic was musif in the air at Kosa Bou- ton Hall this year. Afusie majors predomi- nated with (fayle lleiikle in oi ' ciiestra, .lean |- ;nier, Betty Breek and P)niiita B hiiichard ill I ' liiversity Sin,i;ei ' s, and Ka Kmlies in both Sin.uci-s and orchestra. Music lioiKiiaries also tdok the spotli lit, liax ' int; ' as nieinhers l ay l- ' i)rlies, Sii -ma Al]ilia lota; .Jean Bauei- and P ett Breck. Delta ()niicron: ami .Marcella Scliacht, Mu I ' lii I ' psilciii. .Members of Kosa Ronton Hall, led by officers .Jean Baner, Betty Bri ' ck and Dar- leen Fiscus, participated in 1 l)a and Homecomina; activities. Loomis Hall Hunie A- clnb, Al; V ( ' A and I ' liiver- sity 4-11 liea led the list of activities for Loomis Hall residejits. Loomis girls wore also on Coniliusker ( ' niDifrifinaii and Ag Bnilders. .JoAiin Kiiott . Artie WestcotT and .loyce Schroeder were nieinliers of the ' ■( ' A cabinet. Annette Sto])i)kotte was a member of Mortar Board and president of liotli Home Lr club and Loomis Hall. Working under her were ' icc president Artie Westcott, Secretary Doris l-]bei-hert and Treasurer .lo.Vnn Knotts. Home ecoiioiiiics hoiioraries claimed An- nette Stoppkotte, Doris Eberliail and De- lores Esterinan as iiieiiibers. . lnm I ' .lati.jij inl l-.n-.U » ;,,.|.,.U P ' isru.s Forbes Knu ' hlinj: lU ' nkle Jones Mou ' t ' ns en Srlmrhl ScHquist ?age 328 Love Memorial Hall LoS ' f .MrllKniill Ililll is M en n|)cr;iti (• llnlisc estal)lislu ' l si)i ' i ' ili(;ill tnr liimir cr iiui.jnis. The foi ' ty-ciiflit ifirls wlm iiiakc l.nxc IImII their col- K- ;v liomc iimst iiiaiiit;iiii a WfinliliMJ avi-iaije )f at least SO pvr t-i ' iit. Controllini, a larv:e sliaic of tlu- Aff activitios, Love Hall girls worked lianl in varied |)i() irains. Aetix ' e were .loyee Kiielil and .lane Hariiell, AW ' S; i iiili Kisclier. Alici ' AndiTsnn anil .Inyce Kiiehl, Aii ' lv rc hoard : l orotliy liowiiiaii. Mortar Board, An V ' ( ' A i)resideiit and CoU- Aixri Fun l oaril: Alice Anderson, Coniitry dancers; and .loAnn Sknrins. 4 II youth ex- chaiiite stiuU ' iit winner. ]m v Hall ' s annual ' ali ' nt ine tea. directed by President Ruth Fi.-cher. rateil at the top of the social activitios. Love ilemorial Hall Girls Relax in Parlor In a spare tnomnil, thr tinr.t. Kitclieu Unit Prepares Dinner Practical application of acquired knowledge. Anderson Athey llarnell Hnmtv. Il»Tifi:r»»n llo.HWt ll lliiwnian llllvs Carlson Engelkeniifr Rrick.son Kiaia Kisrher Oreirer.scn (il|tlliTlt ' Main Harifleroad nolin.. Huniiiltrfv Huston .Tohnsi n KeU.i KierkhnftT KinniiT KiiphI hindly Meyer Miles Moncrief Murdoch Nelson Oirden Pfisler Reinke Stiffler Tinkliani Wahlstroiii Weslerhnft ' Page 329 ° Bark roll-: K. Von Bargen. J. Lliteras. R. Hungerford. R. Ziegler, J. McReynoIds, R. Visek. H. SlaKle. Third row: h. Owens. S. Xelson. D, Qine. J. Rceii. J. Marks, R. Becken hauer. Second row: C. Bovdslon. J. Carlin. M Paulson. H. Maleja. C. Kay. J. Bischof, P. Pilar. Front ron : A. Wong. D. Nelson. J. Foley, Mrs. f;. Read, I,. Xeil.son, (!. Hay. .1 Sherwood. Cornhusker Co-op Uri;anizcil tn luoviilc an efuiiomit-al place I ' or sjtudi ' iit.s to li i ' , ( " nnilmsker ( " o-oj) follows the priiK ' iijk ' S of opoii iiifmhership aiKJ (ii ' inoc-ratic control by its members. Outside the field of study, tlu ' S(« co-op luen were active in l aiid. iiitrainurals and campus activities. An annual l)an(|uct climaxed the year ' s social events. President John Foley was assisted in supervisinii ' the co-op by Vice pres- ident Tjowell . eilson. Secretary (iaylord Hay and ' ri ' easurer l) iii Nelson. Co-op .MciiilxTs Do Hc|i;iir .loll Experimcnl for iroiild-ln im rli inirx. Wilson Hall A , clie lulc of classes, acti ' itics and house ])ai ' ties kept Wilson Hall girls busy thronuhoul the year. Many acti ities were rejjresented in AVil- son Hall with Frances Anderson in P.. !UV, I ' iiyllis llecckt in Tassels, Betty Trostle in A IF antl .Jean Xelson in AVAA. Xancy Koehler and Marcia Hurkland be- lon,s;cd to Kappa i ' hi, .Metlmdist sorority. l-Jita K ' eiiard was a inoinhcr of I ' lii I ' lisilon Oniicron and Home Ec club council. Work- in.t;- on BABW was Arda Mae Solfermoser. Wilson Hall executive duties were man- a.ued by Marcia Burkland, ])resident ; Mar- dell Lamp, social chairman: and r iiyllis llceckt, secretary-treasurer. ■ 4 o n 1 ) . ll.ilTs,.ll Renard Trostle l;ujklu i l Knm ' lkiiiK Sincdik Solfermoser. A. " ftn(!roningen Hoi-rkI Solfermoser. M. WriEht Page 330 greek U) O O % V C) 0 Q f I ' f» f) f a f f f5 V Janette Johnson . Virginia Guiiin Kathleen Hchreihek El.I ,AI!KTn Io(M1IE . Prchiileiil ' ice President Socn ' tary Treasurer Alpha Clii ' s ITokey Pokey at Hour Dance A new twist to an old custom. Actives Joyce Albers. Wisner, ' 51; Siiirley Allen. Tecumseh. ' 51; Eleanor Hanrrofl, Elsie, ' 51; GeorKiii lieshoars, Lincoln. ' 52; Xancy Hiittan. O allala, " 52; Jean Oaha. AVahoo, ' 52; Joyce Caha, Wahoo, ' 51: Doree Canaday, Lincoln. ' 53: Honnie Carlson, Omaha, ' 51; Carol Cherny. North Bend. ' 52; Nancy Dixon Superior, ' 52; Mary l ou Flaherty, St. Edward, ' 5:1; ' iririnia Ouhin. Linroln, ' 51 ; Frances Hanson. Lincoln. ' 51; Willa Hill. Hebron. ' 53; Jeanne Hyland, Lincoln, ' 51: Jane Jackson. Omaha. ' 53 ; Janette Johnson. York. ' 51: Mar paret Judd. Waterhnry. ' 51: Patricia Latlin. Lincoln, " 52; Joanne LaShelh ' Omaha. ' 52 ; Janice Lindqnist, Grand Island. ' 51 ; .Jean London. Lincoln Ty ' i; Jane McCormi ' ck. York. ' 53; Barbara McEhvain. Sloan, Iowa, ' 52 Beverly Mann, Lincoln, ' 53; Peggy Marble. Omaha. ' 52; Elizabeth Moodie, West Point. ' 52; Margaret Mnlvaney. Lincoln. ' 52; Jo Retla Owen, Abilene, Tex., ' 52; Jane Radaker. Wisner, ' 51; Claire Raish, Omaha. ' 53; Frances Robinson, Lincoln, ' 52; Betty Rosenlof. Lincoln, " 51; Carol Schepman. Te cnmseh. ' 52; Shirley Scheidt. Omaha, ' 51; Marjorie Schniid. Sabetha. Kans. ' 52 ; Rita Marie Scbniilt, Gordon. ' 51 ; Kathleen Schreiber. Lincoln, 51 Alice Stehly. Elgin. ' 5;i ; Jean Steven. Lincoln. ' 51; Margaret Thomsen. Lin coin, ' 52; Margaret Trimble. Lincoln. ' 52: Jeanne Vierk. Lincoln. 53: Fran ces Wallace, Lincoln. ' 51 ; Barbara Weishel. Lincoln, ' 51. Pfr ii cs Nancy Beal, Lincoln. 54; Susan Bothuni. Omaha, ' 53; Connie Clark, St. Edward. ' 54; Harriet Cook, Grand Island. ' 54; Lorraine Coryell. Lincoln. ' 54: Barbara Crowe. Lincoln, ' 54; Donna Folmer. I incoln. ' 54: Mary Ellen Gerhart. Newman Grove. ' 54; Jennie Hohnbaum, Waco. ' 54; Pegg " Jensen. Council Bluffs. Iowa, ' 54; Joyce Johnson. Lincoln, ' 54; Beverly Knnc, Wil- her. ' 54; Marilyn Larson. Dakota City, ' 54: Charniaine Marqueson. Mitchell, S. Dak., ' 53; Marilyn McKie. Red Oak. Iowa. ' 52: Barbara Nelson, Oakland. " 53 : Connie Nye, Ogallala, ' 54 : Mariljni I ' t-ilersen. Lincoln. ' 54 : Kalhryn Radaker, Wisner. ' 53 ; Nancy Remington, Lincoln. 54 ; Marcia St ran sky. Mitchell. S. Dak.. ' 54; Barbara Tonley. Central City, 54: Mary Whitniore, Lincoln. ' 54: Mary Ann Zinnnernian, Lincoln, ' 54. Page 332 r»oc n 1 k 9 0 A)l t r i ( aha, Jnyro Allen Canaday Uniirrnfl I ' arUnii h.-al t ' litrny ItulllUlll Clark ItllllUII f.Kik rnlia, .U-ait ror .ll Hill Crow Iltthnliauih Itixon M viand Kltth.TlV .Ta -kMHi Foliiirr .l«-riNen (irrhart JohuKon. J. E (illllill .loliliN 1. M. hnnilun .Iiidii MeCorniifk Kuiir Mr Kit ' 1. II Hill Mann l.arMiit Marble LHStit ' llr Maniut ' sen LiiHlt|uist Mooilio Radaker. K. Miilvnn«xv Kttish Nelson Keniinclon Nye KdM ' hlof Uven Srlieidl IVdcrsfU Srhepninn Hadaker. J. Srhnihl ThoniMMi Srhniilt Tooley Srhr ' ibcr Vierk Slehly Weishel Steven Whitinore Sl an ky Ziinineniian w iJC y FouikUmI ;it De l ' :ni« I iMv.r iI_v, l- ' S " ) Kstiiblislieil ;it I ' liivcrsity of Nclirjiskii, 1907 Xi CTiapter Scvoiitv six rii:i|)ters Scarlpt :iii l Olive (irci ' ii 1t Alpha Chi Omega queens predominated; Campus doings kept other sisters busy A i|UfM ' iily ;iir surroiuiilfil tlic Alplia ' lii lioiiM-. Shirley Allni. lit. " )!) Hniiiccdiiiiiij;- ( liiccn, slijiicd loy.-iltv with tlicsc Alpha ( ' ill sisters: Nancy Dixon, Intertrateinhy Sweetheart: Anne Wel)ster, beauty i|neen: atnl K ' alhie SelireiliiT, May (Jueen attendant. They also caiiitalized on activitij ' s. Tassel President Shirley Allen and AWS Viee presi- dent (Jinny (riiliin were Mmtar lioards. Other- in aetivities were Jan TJiidipiist, I ' eii.ny - 1 " ' vaney, Xaney Button. Mary Lou Flalierty. F ' e.ir.uy dudd and Jean London. President Janette Johnson was in charue id ' the ocial hiuhlii ht. the Red Carnation hall. . lplia Chi Wash .hili U ( ' ( (( rluimvix, a bar uf sdiip mnl n snnli . Page 333 Outstaudiii.i;- . i| ' i acliicx ciui ' iit was wiiiiiiiiii- the Elsie Ford Pijx ' v cu)) tm- tlic must iiiiinovcd sorority. President doaii Ikliodcs accciitiMl it at the Panhellenie diiiner. House cooperation still |ii ' c aili ' (l as they suc- cesstully gavf a diniiiT dance, date siipiMM ' and Rose formal. Bev Snutli carried the lar icst activity Inad. working in AUF, Scarlet and Creaiti and Corx- HisKKK. Tassels were Rolii ii Rancli and Mickey MacDonald. Coed Counselor l)oard included Xancy DeBord, Avhile Kathy Swingle worked on Red Cross board. I- ' onr honoraries are al o re] - I ' csented in . ' d ' i. .ALiil ( ' nil at AOPi Hon.se Fdiiiilidi ' script — diliiihlfiil s in iil.f. AOPi ' s cooperated to capture 1950 Elsie Ford Piper sorority achievement award Koumlcil ;it (. ' (iluMilji:i I ' liivcrsity, ] ' I ' 7 Kstablislied nt Uiiiveisitv of N " ebi;isk;i, 1903 Zet.T Cli.ipti ' r Fifty-i ' iglit C ' liuptcrs Rod Anderson Cliact Biederniann riore Bohner Cox- Brown Da 1 la Caldei- Davis Deal Hein Deliord lleniijcr Garlland Hintz Gibson .lohiison Gilletl KtMinedy Kokjer Miller. E. La Her Mulligan Lamb N ' eiirow Lawsnn Nen- Miller, n. X. ' Knn Neuenswander Rhode.s Nordstrniii Sander-v Pllutr S.-hern . L. Pior.son Schorft ' . M. Hnuvh Schuster Smith Wncner Srb Walensky Stephen son WhoeU ' r JSlralton Whiltnore Swingle Winchester TouVcIIe Page 334 1 m A.rtiV€t l«ui-ill» Auderfton. Lincoln. At!: Janol llohnrr. Lincoln. AH; Chloe Caldvr, Wdyne. " J ; Jomi Cliaxe, Pltccr, ' ' iS : f ' alhlwn Cox. Arapahw , ' 52; Nancy httvin, Omaha, ' ' ■ . ; lUn-orly Ut al, Oninlia, ' ' ' 2: Nant-i L)i burU. Onmltii, ' 53; L iant! Uuwnint:, Su|M r)nr. ' . »:i; Uuri.s (iilU li, Liiiruln, ' . i ; (!rcl(-lu n Ilein, Alliani-e. ' 53; Luia I1eitit; ' r. I avid t ' ity. ' ' : I ' atririn Hint . Krciiiuiil. Til; JuAnn Juhiiiiun, Hartiiiclun, ' ' •! : l oll KiMiiiiMjy. ItartltMt, ' ' 2; .land Kukjer, VahiM . ' 53; Marilyn Laller, iSidney, 51 ; Anita Lawson, Alacvdonia. Iowa, ' - il : Marilyn MrUunald. Linruln. ' 53; Hunila Miller. Sidney, ' ' A; Mnry Ann NrUon, Srotinbluft ' . ' ' » i: Arda Nowbvric. l:.inrnln, TrJ ; Viririnia .V ' onlslrum. Wavfrly, ' 51 ; Kuttin Kaurli. ILuldrt Kv. ' 2 ; Juan Kliuden, SpaldihK. 51 : l tira SchfrlT, SUu-khani. ' ' !: Mat St-liorn ' . Sturkliain. ' ' i:i ; Iti ' vcrly Smith, North Vlatli . ' ' ;t: Kathryn SwincU , Linniln. ' y ; Ann ' rnnvi ' Ilv. Linruln, " 51; Jaiiire Wacnor. Lincoln, ' 53; Phyllis Vlu clor, (MMHin. ' 5;i; Morrj ' IjU Williams, Leadvillc. (. ' olo., 5I, Urpha Hit fJerinann. Omaha. ' 5-1; VerUla Hrown. UridKoiHirl, ' 54; (Irace Clark. Kalis City. 54 : ( ' orrinf rion ' . liincolit. ' 54; Hnrrirtl Dalltis. Srotls- blnfl . ' 54: Mary Helen tiarllnnil. Crreley. ' 5 ' . ' : Unlit Ann (iihsnii. KHn-lnlph. ' 54; Juan Lamh. Lincuhi, ' 54; Kli abelh MilltT. Siuux Kall.s, S. Duk., ' 54: Mary Mulliu ' an, l avid City. ' 54: Hicky li4 u Nedrow. Hartinf tun. " 54 ; Sharon Nt ' tY. Itridk. ' t ' l ' url, ' 54; Sne Nenenswander. Linrulit. ' 53; Joan l lluK. Norfolk. 54: Vin;inia HierMin. Linrojn. " 54: Nancy Sanders, Oakland, ' 54; Martha Srlui.sier. lia!ttint:s, ' 54; Uarlene Siepheiison. Omaha, ' 53: I ' ollyanna Strat- ton. Huldreice. ' 54; (iwen Srh. Omaha, ' 53: Kathryn Walensky. Sioux City. Iowa. " 54: Naiuy Whitmore. Mitrhell. " 54; I ei;i:y Winchester. Lincoln. ' 54. A )l i ' N (ii f Tritiir In Siiiitlw it ' ll .Man .1 t ri rtf utust a tii ' hthi fttshnn. .loAN RimnKs .Mkkkv a ' Willi m ViRfilNMA NOKDSTKOM Xantv Davis ProsiiliMit ' irr rrcsitlt ' iit Secrt ' tary Trt ' iisiirtT C tk O O v % l oa oea 2 f f fe Ck v go Ju ( C v A f p p O ?■} C f) f t r f 4 O M. . e .Tank Linx President C ' AKMEN CUK18TOFFi;i. . ' iee President Marjorie Jensen Secretary SiiiKi.Ev Ransdell . Treasurer Phi ' s Hold Lively Afternoon Session From argumoits to aryijlc.s. Actives Beth Alden. Kimball. ' 53; Evelyn Anderson. Lincoln. ' 52; Donna Barton. Gerinp. ' .52; Jacqueline Becker. Lincoln. 52; Gretchen Bowers. Lincoln. ' 52; Jean Biirford, Omaha. ' 5;}; Carol Calder. Lincoln. ' 51; Joan Carveth, Lin- coln. ' 51 : Mar ' aret Chaniberlin. Lincoln. ' 51 ; Elsie Christensen. Kimball. " 52; Carmen Christoffel. Omaha. ' 51; Kay Christoflfel. Omaha. ' 53; Marilyn Coupe, Nebraska City. ' 52; Shirley Coy. Waterloo. ' 53; Jo Ajin Elder. Sioux Palls. S. Dak., ' 53; Dorothy Elliott. Scottshluff. ' 53; Jacqueline Griffiths, Beatrice, ' 53 : Joyce Griffiths. Beatrice. ' 5 ' 2 ; Barbara Hershberger. Seward. ' 53; Jo Ann Hinds, David City, ' 52; Ruth Ann Hinds, Weeping Water, ' 52; Marjorie Jensen, Omaha, ' 51; Mary Lou Keatinf;, Creston, Iowa, ' 53; Jane Linn, Kimball. ' 51; Jo Anne Mcllen. Omaha. ' 52; Janelle Mohr, ScottsblulT, ' 5 ' , ; Margaret Neville. Fairbury. ' 51; Patricia Xolan. Tulsa. Okla.. ' 51; Marilyn Ogden. Omaha, ' 53; Jane Packer. Sioux Falls. S. Dak.. ' 52; Marilyn Parsons. Omaha, ' 51; Burdette Pecha. San iternardino. Calif., ' 52; Shirley Ransdell, Lexington. " 52; Mary Keinhard. Lincoln. ' 52; Jane Rockwell. New- York. N. Y.. ' 51; Patrice Rosenquist. Lincoln. ' 53; Jeanette Schweser. David City. ' 51 ; Mary Sidner. Lincoln. ' 52 ; Meredyth Speir. Fairbury. ' 51 ; Suzanne Stoll, Beatrice, ' 52; Miriam Willey, Winnetka, III.. ' 52. Beverly Aldrich. Oshkosh. ' 52: .Janet Bailey. Omaha, ' 54; Barbara Biha. Geneva. ' .54 ; Joan Busher. San Francisco. Calif.. ' 54 ; Elaine Cadwallader, Lincoln, ' 54; Maryann Covington, Morrill. ' 54; Sharon Cook. Lexington. ' 54; .lean Dake. Columbus, ' 54; Barbara Dunn, Omaha. ' 54; Ann Gilligan. Lin- coln. ' 54; Joyce Hays. Lincoln. ' 54; Patricia Heebner. Nebraska City. ' 52; Vernila Hclnistadter, Omaha, ' 54; Marcia Ireland, Madison. S. Dak.. ' 53; Shirley Ledingham. Mitchell. ' 54; Sylvia Leiand, San Francisco, Calif.. ' 54: Norma Lolhrop. Sioux City. Iowa. ' 54; Barbara MoCorniick, Omaha, ' 54; Mary Mackie. Omaha. ' 54; Lois Miller. Chadron. ' 54; Jo Ann Peck. Colum- bus. ' 53; Sara Priehard. Falls City, ' 54; May Van Horn, Pawnee City, ' 54; Mnry Jane Weir, Sioux City, Iowa, 54. Page 336 c CI? n V Milrll Hilia Alilrii ' li llowrr AndvrKUii ItiirfiirtI llailo llll l l■ Itariuii 1 ' a Jv alla lfr llrckrr I ' aliler I ' nrv.lli » mU| 0 riiHititxTliti ruviiit;toil t ' liri U ' DHi ' ii I oy ClirisHifri-l, ( ' . Uaki. (•liri li.flVI. K. Dunn 1 " ok Klll.T ! ilioll Hehn?.la(iU ' r ■ iilliL ' nn UtTshlK ' retT (Iriftillis. ,1 A llinits. J. (;rinilli . .1. I.. Iliri.K. K. llny Irclatifl llvl.niT ■ U-nst-n Kfatinc Mellon I.tMliiitrliniii Miller Lclanil Mohr I. Mill Neville I.titlirop Ok-den Miroriiiick Parsons MM.kiu Pecha Sinner Pck Speir Prirliard Sloll RatiHlell anl-Iome Hrinliard Weir ItorkHrll Willey Schwescr Fiiumli ' il jit Sy. ' iKuse I ' liiversity, 1872 Est.-iblisheil jit I ' liivprsify f Nebruskii, 1906 Nil CTiiipter Fifty-two Cliiipters Silver :iiiil Biuinlcaux 1950 Nebraska Sweetheart was Dorothy Elliott as Alpha Phi ' s again claimed title Dorntliy Klli i1l stepju-d nut ;is Xclnaska Swet ' tlif.-irl tn kci ' ]) till ' honor in tlif Aljilia IMii house fur the si-coud straiirht year. Miriam Wilk ' V was an acti i ' nirinlirr i ' VWCA, StmU ' nt council. NT WA ;m,l Coed t ' ounselor hoard. Tassel Marilyn ( " oujic also worked in Xl ' CW.V and was a Hiiilders hoard iiu-niher. A iuai|iiette ntlicers included President Margaret Chaniheilin and Secretary Marilyi, Par.sons. Suzanne Stoll and Pat .Volan were Red Cro.ss lioard inenil ers. Theta-I ' hi iiicnics rani diii; t ' r «in the Phi yard to South Bend, a winter formal and harhecne- hi.nhliirhted the social events. AI|)liH I ' lii Intr;iiinir;il N ' ollfv Rail fJaiiie W illi I ' liirls mill tn Is. n si ii luilhi 111111; if snrnnlfi Imii ' ls Page 337 Siiii v-I)abies Swecj) Patio Satisfn irhiiiis ill winter iroiiili rlinid. Homeeominji: held the spotlight at the Alpha Xi Delta house this year. In addition to retiring ihe cup for house decorations. Alpha Xi ' s Avere liDUorcil when .layiic Wailc was crnwiicd lil. " )! llonieconiiiig (Juei-n. Slie was a nieniher of Tas- sels, Builders l)oard and College Days, i ' liyllis Campbell was vice pre.sident of Builder . Dc l )i s LovegTove, president of Panhellenic conn fii, and Betty Dee AVcaxci-. a news editoi ' on tlu ' !)(iihf X hrasldii. A ( ' lii-i tiiia- p.-irly fni- ahnn " cliildrcii. M ' lt h- ci ' s and Dad ' s Day luncheons, a date dinner and the Kose formal licaded tlie list of the vear ' s .social events. Jayne Wade reigned as 1951 Pep Queen Homecoming held Alpha Xi spotlight; Fouiirlcil ;it Lomb:ircl C ' Dllegc, IS ' .l. ' i Establislieil at fniversitv of ( l)r;isk:i, liMi Rho Chapter Sixty-six Chapter.s Gold anil Double Blue Andfr.soti. B. Campbell Anderson. T.. Cherny Raskin. M. Chnbbo.k Baskin. V. Daily liearhler DeLaniatre Bislu p Diers Buik Ely Hart Ficklins He iri k Flood Hoffnieister. M Franipton Hoffnu ister. K Gates lluildleslon Orosslians HulTord nail Irwin Low Johnson McCall Ki ' lloi;i; M.-Elroy Kennedy Ma d an 7. Koslal Mann Lieber Me.ke I.ovegrove Miokelson Schantz Peters Srhmill Pioard Sriiiieider Rorkewey. 15. Sehnerl, .7. Reckewey. M. Sehnert. M. Reed Sherwood Roberts Speer Wain -.rot I Spradley Watkins Slehlik Weaver Stoc-kslad Wetzel Si ran sky Whitaker Taylor Williams. B. Wade Williams. D. H € Page 338 Hr. . MarylH IIf lta%kiii, Sla|iIeton. ' 3; Virciliia Ita kin, Staplvlon, Til; Janet ll »a«-hliT. rhirainj. Ml., ' »:(: l 4 laiiit HUhop, OxriNila. Uiwa. ' j ' J : Juyi-o liurk. Omaha. ' Jl ; I ' h llii ' aiii;ikrll. Krarney, ' 51: tiurlriide Cheriiy. Norili llt-iiil. ' ys: Joan Uivn, Ouiaha. ' ■ !: I uroihy Ely, Hrd I ' luiid, ' 51; Juan Firkling, I ' lainview. 5t: Audrvy Flood, Lincoln. ' .M: Alirc Franiplon, Lincoln. o2: liui n iiruvshans, Aurora, ' y.i; Martcic I u lleilrirk, Lim-oln, . ' :i; Mary lIufT- nici.Nicr, Imperial, ■- ' •I; itiilh Hoffmci«.tcr, Imp« rial, ' - ; Janitc Hufford. Omaha, " » I ; .Vli - Irwin. V nntre, ' .M ; Mary Ann KclloiTC. Lincoln, ' y. : VA ' u- ahcih l.iclicr. rapillion. ' ' :i : l clorcs Uivccnivi ' . liiMtcva, ' . »-: ' ircinia Matf- dan . (irand Island. ' . ' ' J; liarhara Mann. Lincoln, ' 5. ; Marlcnc Meckc, Oi;al- lala, ' 5:i ; JoAnn Mirki l»nn, Lincoln, ' . 3 ; Jcanninv I ' elers, Dod c, ' 51; .Marilyn Rcck. ' »ijy. Lincoln, ' " i;!; llonnic Schmiil. Omaha, ' . ' " l; Judy Sehnert. IMainvicH, ' 5:1: Marilyn Sherwood, Randolph, ' 5LI; Doroihy !S|K er, Lincoln, ' 51: Anila Spradlcy. Tccunueh. ' .I ' J; Rulh Taylor, Unide Rock. ' 5 ' 2: Jaync Wade. Plainview. " 52; i airicia Vainj»coit. Lincoln, ' 5:1; Vclnia I on Waikins, Lincoln, ' 51 : Melty Dee Weaver, Callaway. ' 5:1; llelly William. . Lincoln. ■5; : l orolhy William. . Lincoln. ' 51. Plrdi ri Heverly Ander on. Omaha. ' 54: U is Anderson. Lincoln. ' 54; I ' hylli.s f ' hub- buck. Lincoln. ' 54: Mary . nn Daily. Loup City. ' S ' 2 ; Maritery UeLamatre. Omaha. ' 54: Ruth . nn ttates. I ' lainview. ' 54; Itetty Mall. Lincoln. ' 5;t; Patricia Hart, Lincoln, ' 54: Sue Huddlcston. ( maha. ' 54: tiladys Johnson, ihnaha. 54 : Ionise Kenne ly. Ain worth, ' 5 ' J ; Mary I..oti Koslal, Hasting, " 51; Dorothy Low, llealricc. ' 5.1; . ndrey Mct ' all. Rc l Cloud, ' 54; Joan ilcElroy. t rand l.sland, ' 54; Martha Picard, liciieva, ' 54: lieverly Reckewey, Lincoln. ' 54; Sharon Reeil, Lincoln. 54 : Jean Roberts. York. ' 54; Sue Schantz. Fairlield. Iowa. ' 54: Joyce Schneider. York. ' 54; Marilyn Sehnert. Holdrette. ' 54: Shirley Stehlik. Wilbor. ' 54: Sally Slockstad. Sioux Falls, S. Dak.. 53 ; Mary Stransky. Lincoln, ' 54; Donna Wetzel. Lincoln. ' 54: Shirley Whilaker. Red Cloud. ' 52. Monday Xifrlit Cliaptor DininM- A ' ( , firiiik aiiii hi imrrii, for tomurroir i i dut. Mary Hoffmeistek . I ' livLMs Campbell .IaMI ' K IIlFFoRIi .loYi ' i-; lU ' i ' K I ' i ' .-si(l. ' iit X ' icc I ' ri ' sidciit Sfci ' i ' tan ' TrciiNiiriT ? 0, f v € r 00 o V f 0 V : Of D o ( e v 5 V a r o r? f Ci! r r- r; A If ? rO ' p t - . f 1 a c Annette Carxaiian Joyce Hunscote . Shirij;y Miller ClIERRIE BeNGTSON . President X ' icc President Secretary Tn ' iisiiriT ' lii I liiu ' i. ' ;! " n 1)(i Fall ( ' Icaiiiiifr I ' l iriird fur ( fforfs. luny-losl jjf ssi ssimis. Actives Mary Allen, Lincoln, ' 51; Marilyn Baniesberger. Hampton, ' 53; Mildred Beatty. Omaha. ' 40; Cherrie Ann Renpston, Ponra. ' 51 ; Mar ' Ann BortraarH. Lincoln, ' 51 : Mardi ' lU- Huss. KIkhorn, ' 51; Annette Carnalian, Linrohi. ' .M: Janet Dallam. Omaha. " 51: Kileen Derieg. Hastings. ' 51; ladelun Feldmaii. Newman Grove, ' 51; Phyllis Firestone. Omaha. ' 52: Jean Fowler, Omaha, ' 52; Marjorie Gade, Seward, ' 53; Barbara Glock. Rising City, ' 51; Janet Glork. Rising City, ' 53; Janice Hannaford, Beatrice, " 51; Jo Ann Hansen, Omaha. ' 51; Patty Ann Hasson, Fremont, ' 52; Joan Hoyt. McCook. ' 52; Joyce Hnnscote. Clftrks. ' 51; Lola Johnson. Mullen. ' 52: Sally Kjelson, Stromsburg, ' 53; Joan Law, Chappell. ' 51; Elizabeth Logie. St. Paul. ' 53; Gwen Lyon, I incoln, ' 52; Ellen Mahocd, Xelijjh. ' 52: Shirley Miller. Papil- lion, ' 52; Hester Morrison. Beatrice, ' 53; Lois Nelson, Hastings, ' 51 : Dorothy Nordgren. Waterloo. " 52; Jean Xordgren, Grand Island. ' 52: Mary Ann Xorsworthy. Gothenburg. 52 ; Cecelia Pinkerton. Beatrice. 53 : Marilyn Prensse, Lincoln, ' 53; Joan Rasmussen, Lincoln, ' 52; Joan Raun. Minden, ' 52; Marilyn Smith. Lincoln, ' 51 ; Joan n ' alkenburg, Omaha, ' 53; Evelyn Young. Beatrice. ' 52. PIcdffcs Anita Ackerman. Lincoln, ' 54 ; Barbara Akeson, Chappell. " 54 ; Rosemary Amos. Kansas City, Kans., ' 53; Margaret Bartunek. Lincoln, ' 54; Audrey Boland, Bloomfield, ' 54 ; Sheila Brown, Lincoln, 54 ; Mary Ann Buck. Wayne. ' 52; Rose Mary Castner. Ashland, ' 54: Janice Corrick. Lincoln. ' 53; Yolanda Davis. North Platte, ' 54; Beverly Fuglei. Omaha, " 54: Carolyn Gier- ban. Lexington. ' 54; Beverly Hagan. Omaha. 54; Lura Ann Harden. Lin- coln. ' 54; Mary Harlman, Omaha, ' 53; Barbara Hemphill. Tekamah. " 54; Sally Johnson, Stanton. ' 54; Barbara Kissler. Lincoln. ' 54; Mary Middleton, Brady. ' 53 : Marian Moon. Fairbury. ' 51 : Marjorie Moran. Lincoln. ' 54 ; Phyllis Murphy. Nelson, ' 53; Mar ' Jean Niehaus, Holdrege. ' 54; Mary Ann Pasek. Beatrice, ' 54; Jaeclin Patrick. McCook. ' 53; Carol Patterson, Lincoln, ' 54; Phyllis Paulsen, Lincoln, ' 53; Dolores Rhoades. Blair, ' 54; Eli .abeth Rohwer. Fort Calhoun, ' 54; Paula Scharman. Stromsburg, ' 54; Sally Sieck, Lincoln, ' 54; Betty Lou Swanson, Wausa, ' 54. Page 340 (TTi ' i Ark«triniiii ltt«ni;i»on Aki v(iii Holand Allien Horiraarii liaiitt f«ti«Ti;t r Hruwtt Itariuufk Iturk U. ' iiny l ( rii s I ' ltriialtan Felilntan ( ' • liirr Firi tont Currirk KowU«r l «llaiu Fitk-ifi l»nviv i.ifi.- lianlfn liiiThftn Hartnian OIo k. n. H ASSOtl (Jlork. J. Meinphill Msirati Hoyt Ilmiseii lIuMsrotv Locit ' Johnson. L. Maliood JohnMOt. S. .Mi lilloton KivsU-r Mill.-r Kjt ' Kiiii Moon Law Moran Nortlijren. .1. Morrison Xorsworlhy Mnrpliy Pasek NVIson Patrick Xichaiis Patterson Xordjrrfn. I . Paulsen Pinkerton Srhannan Preiisse Sierk RA nui? son Smith Raun Swan son Rhoades VanValkenbur : Rohwer Young: m Kiiiiiii|i-i| ;it I iinir it_v iif Ark.ins;is, lH!tr Kstfiblislipil :it I ' liiviTsity of Ni ' l riisk:i, 1903 K;i|i|ia Cliiipter Due lliiinlrol Eight ni;i|itiTs CiiriliiKil .-iinl Str;i v Chi O ' s won 1950 Homecoming honors; Eileen Derieg was Ball Commandant Clii niiirua cliiiiiii-.l iiiaiiN nt ' Ay- canipus ' Ic-liliTs. ' I ' iisscl officer .Id HiWlU worked on Farmers ' Fair l oar(l, . ,n " Buililer ' s Ijoard ami Honu ' Kc (lull caliiiiet. Marilyn Baiueshurirer was also active on Ag. Tassel Cecelia Pinkerton anil VWCA cahinet niemhers, Hester Morriso)i and Kvelyn Vouiij;, handled activities on city canipns. Eileen Derieg was Honorary ( " om- niandant at the Military Ball. " Bewitch M. r. " was the theme of the Chi ■ winning: Homecomini; decoration, in which a giant witch stirred up a steaming Missouri tiii ' er hrotli. Mardi Gras party, Founders ilay hanquet and two formals comprised the social season. (Ill () Manli Gras Paity f ' Inilis. i npsif.t, -oirboijs — (( slmri ftni. Page 341 ' I ' ri Delt Gay Xiiieties House Party II It mill -liiir iiiiistiii-hi s tirkli Dilhi fiiilcirs. ( " oiitimiiiig the post-pledge week lliis ye;ir proved suooessful for all Tri Delt ' s. Actives spent five days witli iiiediics at picnies, song practices, dinner parties and registration. ' oed Counselor President Marilyn ( " amptield and CoRXHUSKER Associate Editor Betty Green wore the black mastjnes of Mortar Board. Sharon Kritzler and Marilyn Clark workecl on AW ' S a well as numy other activities, dan ( ' rill Willi ariuus drama awards. I ' loident Pat Lannan jilanned the Gay Xiiie- lics JioiiM ' part ' anil winter t ' orninl. Miitcr- laincr I ' atsy Diitton sparked the t ' liii at sluniiicr parties and song tests. Post-pledge week helped all Tri Delts; Mortar Boards chose Campfield, Green Founded . ' it Boston Uuiveisity, 1888 Estiililislii ' il jit University of Nplii;isk:i, 1.S92 Kappa Cliapter Xinetyfour Cliaptiis Silver, Gold and Blue Agiiew Carliart Bayer Church Beal Clapp Burkhardt aark Burley Colbert Oampfield Cowles Cramer Frerichs Crilly Kritzler Cropper Fullerton Dosek Coll U itton Green Falb Grimm Gundy .Iiinpbluth Hammond Kennedy nowetl Ll.IMlHIl Hiiiman MrMullen Horning MiQuistan Jones Miller Nelson Rakow Xevillc Randall Oelirle Randel Overpaard Reifschneider Pallerson. M. Roaih Patterson, P. Rowan Schock Stratlon Schonberp Tolliver Shively Voorhees Smiley Wntkins Speidel Wood Stockstill Woster Page 342 V Ac tic ft Kttiltlf -ri Atciirw, Si liu y. ' . ' ill : TrKJO ' lt» f r, Litu ' ulii, ' ' ! ; Duiiiia Hiirlfv, Nurfiilk, ' . ' il. Marilyn Caiiiprield, ( maha. T ' l; Marilyn Clark. Linrulii, ' . ' I ' J : ltevt rly Culbvrt, Linroln, ' t; Nanvtlt Cuwles. Stuart. ' a2; Adele Cramer. Wayne, .M : Jani Crilly. 8ii| erior. ' - ' il; Marilyn Cro|ip«r, LyoiiK, ' . ' il; PalKy liiitlon. Mri ' tKik. ' 5 J ; rrinrilla Kalb, i ntaha. ' y : Janet KrerirhH. Linroln, ' . ' 3: Sharun Frilxler, l.unt; rihe. ' . ' ' J; Janice Fullerton. Ainsworih, ' 53 . Itetty (ireen. lant-oln. 1 : I ' alriria (lundy. Nurfulk, ' .M ; Lvu Her. U ' Neil, ' ■ ' »! : tia Junt:bluth. Omaha. ' ' )1: Kli aU ' lh Kenni ly. Hasin. Wyu.. ' 5H; I ' atriria Lait- nan. West Point. ' ' ! : l arli ne Mt-giii ian. I ' eniicr. TkI ; Virginia Meehan, Linroln. ' 5t; Janiiii Miliar, Marysville, Kan -, ' . ' lil; MarKart ' t Nelson. Strums- tnirt;. 3 : Jeanette Neville. Uroken Ituw. WW; Marlene Oehrle, Lincoln. ' 33; Jnilitli Overiraard. Linroln. ' 53; Marilyn Patterson. Lincoln, ' 5 2; Pat y Pat- terson, Piitttburir, Kanx.. ' 51; Mar ' Ann Kantiall. Omaha. ' 51; lU th RandH, Mri ook. ' 51 ; Shirley Roarh, Sioux City. Iowa. ' 5 J ; Jean KonenxwviK , Omaha. ' 52; Norma Kowan, Iturley, ' 53; Shirley Schonberj:. Omaha. " 53; Janet Shively, Norfolk. ' 51: l orttthy Smiley. Omaha. ' 5 J : Jeanne Storkfttill. Lin- coln. ' 5 J: Betty Siratlon, Went Point. ' 53; Mary Kay Tolliver. Lincoln, ' 53; Shanm Voorhee , W ' auneta. " 53; Luaniie ' nlkin , Curtis. ' 5 3; Carol Youn- kin. Newark. ' 51. Ueverly Ileal. Linroln, ' 54: tirarc Iturkhardt. Norfolk. ' 54; Mary Carhart. W ' aynt " . " 54 : Carole Church. Lincoln. ' 54 : I ' alricia Clap| . McCm k. ' 52 ; Joanne l t»ek. Lincoln. ' 54: .Marilyn iiull. Itayard. ' 52; .laiiet (iriinm. HIair. ' 54; Patrice Hammond. Lincoln. ' 54; Arlene Hewett. Kushville. ' 53; Diane llinman. North Platte. ' 54; Sharon Hornin»r. Omaha, ' 54; Jo Ann Jones. West Point. ' 54; Kathleen MeMullen. Linroln, ' 54: Ruth Kakuw. Ponca. ' 54: Patricia Kuarh. Sioux City. Iowa. ' 54; Phyllis Srhuck. Linroln, ' 54; Jean S|» iilel. Wilcox. " 54; Margaret W4kmI. Chatham, N. J.. ' 54; Clementine Wos- ter. Plaltsmouth. 54. Tri Belt ' s Carry on E. tcii(leMl Tluuir Cjil .1 the ctul of tht lint, n irthinm roii ' t. I ' atkk lA Lannan I ' rcsidciil •IaNIS t ' RII.l.Y .... ' icc l ' i ' ( ' i(lt ' iit SlIIKI-KV HoACll . Si ' cri ' tiirv -Makii.yx ( ' hiu ' i-eu . Trt ' iiMin-r ' % CI 5 o o a ( f r no p r» f C ' «D ni t ( n f i ( % ei f) ct ex e f e? f» r f C) 0f O ft f O fi 1. a C fi 1 € ' i ■ f? fi a f ! Jkax Smith .... President K. T1IRV. SWAXSON . . Vic. President Virginia Taylor Secretary Chaki.kxk Ha.ikwkh Treiisurer DGV Entertain Phi Belts Op H Itfjuscs — they serve to (icijudinf . Actives Saliy Adams. Aurora, ' 53; Anne Barker, Lincoln. ' 52; Ann Barlow. Omaha. ' ij:t: Marcia Bekins. Omaha. ' 51; Kathleen Burt, Bonnet. ' 51: Carolyn Cam- eron. Sioux Falls, S. Dak., ' 53; Janet Champine. Omaha. ' 52; Ann Crawford. Omaha. ' 52: Sara Devoe. Lincoln, ' 52; Barbara Oitlman, Lincoln. ' 53: Sue Easter ard, Fremont, ' 52: Klaine Esch. Skokie. III.. ' 53; Anne Farrow, Fre- mont, 53; Barbara Gilmore. Kearney, ' 52; Jean Hedstrom. Deadwood. S. Dak., 51; Judy Herrod. Sidney. ' 53; Patricia Hinds. Lincoln, ' 52; Joanne Hite. Kearney, ' 52; Mary Hubka. Beatrice. ' 52; Marguerite Hughes. Seward, ' 52; Ruthe Jewett, Lincoln. 52; Xancy Klein, Lincoln, ' 53; Virginia Koeh- ler, Geneva, ' 53; Suzanne Koehler, Geneva, ' 51; Mary Marcaret Loomis. Lin- coln, 53 ; Ann Lueder, Omaha, 52 ; Xorma Jean ilyers. Broken Bow, ' 51; Joan Xorswortliy, Gothenburg, 51: Marcia Pratt. Lincoln. ' 51; Charlene Kajewiih. Grand Island, ' 52; Ann Raymond. ScottsbiufF. ' 52; Damaris Rid- dell. S.ottsbluff. ' 53; Sandra Riddell. Scottsbluff. ' 52; Shirley Sidles. Lincoln, ' 52: Jean Smith. Valley. ' 51; Kathryn Swanson. Lincoln, 5l ; Virtrinia Tay- lor, St. Helena. Calif., ' 51; Margery " ' au Pell, Lincoln. ' 52; Ramoiia Van Wyngarden. Scottsbluff, ' 53; Marilyn Vingers, Omaha. ' 52; Patricia Watson. North Bend. ' 51; Louise Wells. Scottsbluff. ' 53; Mildred Veakley. Scotts- bluflf, ' 53. Pledties Sally Ainscow, Omaha, ' 54; Sally Bartling. Omaha, ' 54; Sue Brownlee. Omaha, ' 54; Jane Calhoun. Lincoln, ' 54; Joan Forbes. Chadron. ' 52; Sydna Puchs. Omaha, ' 53; Gretchen Geesen, Seward, ' 53; Phyllis Loudon, Lincoln, 54; Patricia Mayer, Grand Island. ' 5;i; Phyllis Mover. Fremont. ' 53; Vir- ginia Nye. Kearney. 54 : Joan Osienberg. Omaha, 53; Virginia Poppe. St. Joseith. Mo.. ' 54: Ruth Raymond. Scoltsbluff, ' 53; Susan Reinhardt. Scotts- bluff. " 54; Marlene Stroh, Lincoln, ' 54; Jean Van Auken, Lexington. " 54; Joy Wachnl. Omaha. ' 54; Judy Wiebe, Lincoln, ' 54; Paula Withey, Omaha, •54. Page 344 n P ? 1.. |troniilf« Aiiis...» ralliuiin ItnrtCff ( ' arit r it Itarlow rimmpiiu ' Ituriliiit; Crawford ItfkiiM I} % ' Uf Oilliii«ii li»H ' OII KaKlfrtrard (iiliiion K rh H ' rriHl F ' nrniw Hinds r..,i,. . Mill I ' m I,- Huhkn HllCllCN hiiiMtcr Jinvi ' It May T Kli ' ili MityiT Ko4 liIer My» ' r Looiiiis Xorsworihy l«oiuluii .Nye OMcnben; Reiithanll I»oppe RidcMI. I . Prait RiddHI. S. Unjowirh Sidlf Itnyiiioii ' l. A. Siiiiili llayiiiDtiil. K. SI roll Swaiisoii Wachal ' I ' d y lor Watson niiAuken Wei In Van Pelt Wiebe VanW yncarrli ' i Wiihey Vinner-. Yea k ley • K Ml V FoiiiiiU ' il ;it Lewis Soliool, 1873 EstablisliiHl at Uuivcrsit.v of Nebraska, INSH Kappa Cliaptcr Seventy-seven Chapters Bronze. I ' iiik and Blue Mortar Board honors went to Swanson; Faculty tea headed DC social calendar A Vi ' Il-n UMi|t ' (l lUniilalll kept the i i ' ltil (iainma ' s hiisy. Tliey roinbiiK ' d iimsical talriits to placo first in tho l!». ' )(l ( ' (•t-d Follies. Mortar lioanl Tisli Swanson led a ciowilcd list of activity workers: Tassel.s Nancy Klein and .Marilyn Vinirers; VW( ' A Hislrict liepre sentativc .Mary Iluhka and Builders nu ' inher ship I ' liairnian Anno Barker. Others were Iniiin lioard nuMnhcrs Sara Devoe and .Maicia I ' ratt: and I ' i T-anilida Tlieta vice pre ident .lean Smith. . n anil itioiis i)lod, !:o chiss iihinned an all campus ]»l( ' (ln-e eolToi ' hour. The faculty tea and Christmas formal are also sclieduled on the IKJ social calendar. Pledfrcs Proi)arc for t ' oke Date Primpiiiij in tin powilt r mom. ■ ' age 345 in icu R (i;iiiiiii;i riii rkc ' Icli ' lv |iri-lN (iatlicr at I ' iaixi StriiKi-plnckiiiij n rii ' ol (if " (jaiid nhl ihiiis. " (iaiiiiiia l ' lii ' look pridf in tlu-ii- i ' lii Brla Ixapjia Marylou Luther. AuotluT scholastic awanl. the uold Jmirnalism key, was ijresentcil 1(1 I ' at F ccliaii, Buihlers board nieniber and editor of First Glance, .loan Kiucuer. nu-iiilicr of ti le debate sciiiad and news editor tor the Jiatj, also receixed the key. Those all-around ,a;irls .shan-d acti " ity honors with |)oris Cai ' lson and Alice Jo Smith, YWCA cabinet and board members, and Joan Hanson and (ilad s Xo- i)tny, Hed Cross. rirdiic ingenuity and entertainment be- witched (iamina I ' lii ' s and their dates at the Halloween party. The Sweetheart formal chained thi ' social air from spook.s to sentiment. Gamma Phi ' s combined scholarship and activities to win PBK, journalism keys Foiiiidcil ;it Svr. ' U ' Use I ' nivcrsity, 1874 Establisheil ;it fiiiveisity of Nebraska, 191.5 I ' i Chapter Fifty-nine Chapters Light and Dark Brown Arnisironc D. Uiestel Armstrong. .). Durland Balflwin Kilers Be -liHn Hamilton. M Berry Hamilton, S. Carlson Hanke Hansen Hohten Hanson Holm Henrichs Hoppe Hicks Huston Hill Johnson Hiifl ' nmn Kelly K ester LiI.if lHhl Kunkel Lindpren Lamar Lindley Lautrhlin I nther lA-adlfV I..yons Lenr MrCown Matldison Orr Manpolrl Patterson Marx I ' cden Nielsm I ' ilrher Movolny Pitteriiian O ' Brien Bolnirky Pyle Walker Redijrer Way Roessler Weir Smith. M. Wyatt Smith, J. Wylie Sommers Young: Steffen X r:-. % ' r i C Page 346 Joan AriiiKtruiih ' . i l l »ul. ' r 2; Puirnia Maldwiii. Liiiroln, ' 51; Patricia Iterhan. North IMatic. ' 53: UurU CarUun. (.hiiaha. ' 53; ttarliara Durlaiid, Nurfulk. ' 52: Uunnalyii Kilt r», Stttrlini:. ' 53: Joan Kiiuiey, hincolii, ' 53; Lrf U FrtHlrrirk, Hayt SprinifK. ' 5 J : Martha Hamilton, Lincoln. ' 5 ' J ; Joan )Ianson, Lincoln, ' 53; Uolurt H HenrirhH. Mastintfv ' 51; Miriam llicks, Lincoln. ' 51; Virelnia Mill, Lincoln. ' 51; Su anne Hoffnian. Lincoln. ' 53; liarbara llolm. Winner. S. liak., ' 53; Molly Huxton. Omaha, ' 51 ; Jeanne .lohnMon. Rv l (luitd. ' 53: Patricia Kavenfv. Lincoln. ' 52; Cvraldinc Kirk. Lincoln. ' 53; Joan Krnct;» r, Norfolk. ' 53; Carolyn Kunk« t, Wci-pinir Water, ' 53; Jano Lauk ' hlin. Hnrian. lona. ' Jll; Jcait Lcadlfy. Lincoln. ' 51; Janico Liljedah), K.titcx. loua. ' 5 ' J ; Joyce Lindley, Sai ' ramenlo. Calif.. ' 51; Maryluu Lntlu r, Canibridci . ' 51; Uetiy Mafldison. Sioux City, Iowa. ' 53; Maria Marx, Lin- coln. ' 52; (iladyri No% ' oiny. i ' larkMin, 53: Jo Ann O ' Brien. Lincoln. ' 53; Joan l eilen. Oakland. ' 51; Donna Pilcher. Omaha. ' 53; Mary Piiicrman, ' leveland. Ohio. ' 53; Patny Polnicky. Ued Cloud. ' 51; Joanne Pylc, (tolhcn- burtr. ' 53; Juanita KediKer. Tekamah. ' 52; Kli alH-th Koessler, Krt monl. ' 52; Marilyn Santelson. Ilartinirton, ' 51; Alice Ju Smith, Lincoln, ' 51: Joanne Smith. Lincoln. ' 53; .loan Smith, McCook, ' 51; Jeanne Walker. Tobias. ' 51; Joanne Walter, Omaha. ' 52; Muriel Way. Decatur. ' 52; Nancy Weir. ialvs- burtr. III., ' 5;i; Karbara Voun . Omaha. ' 5:i. • c iyc Dorothy Armstrnnc, Fremont, ' 53; Jo Ann Hcrry. Lincoln. ' . ' •! : S irciiiiit CunimintCM. Lincoln. ' 52 ; PeKtr ' Diestel. Fremont. ' 54 ; Shirley tlamilton, Nnrlh Platte. ' 54: Mary Ann Hanke. Columbus, ' 53; Hetty Lou Hansen, MaHlintfs. ' 52; -loan lloldeit. (irand Kland. ' 54; Susan IIoppc, Lincoln. ' 54; Pairii-ia Kelly, tirand Island, ' 54; .U an Kcsler. ( ' ambridi;e. ' 5:1; .leanne La- mar. Sioux Ciiy, Iowa. ' 53; Anne Lear, Ainsworth. ' 54; Patricia Lind en, (irand Island. ' 54; Phyllis Lyons, North Platte, 54; Carol McCown, Iteatrice. ' 54: Marilyn Mangold. Bennington. ' 54; Roberta Nielsen. Columbus. ' 53; .lacqueline Orr. I akota City. ' 54; Patricia Patterson. Norfolk. ' 54; Kathleen Sommers. Lincoln, ' 54; Janet Steffen. Norfolk, ' 54; Marlene V att, llurris- burp. ' 53: Barbara Wylie. Lincoln, ' 53. (Innima Plii ' s Drink HtMltiinc (V kp. Inthtd, thf ftfiust that rrfrtshts. Jl.AN hl.ADI.LV . Barbara Dikland . VlH«;iMA llii.i. . Luis Kin:i i:u!(K I ' l-f ' shlnii ' icf rrcsidcni St ' cn ' tarv ' ri ' t isuiMT V V f 1 a y f r ( pq ( 9 9 i a o e OO fj f ■ €i (v a O f e f f r a ' 1 Of ... T . ■ V Puvi.Lis Haley . Susan Pryor . Jaxe Tkai ' iiaoen Donna Hi ' i i ock Theta ' s Share Ilusker Spirit U ' A rt r f t anu a ininimi fh rills. Presidt ' dt Vice PresidtMit S( ' t ' r(»tary Treasurer Actives Joan AlexaiidiT. t)nia!ia. ' - : Itarbnra AnderNon, Linroln, ' . " " .t : larilyn Herj;h, Omaha, Tj ' J ; Donna Hilori. Grand Island, ' .il : Barbara Burdic. Omaha, ' . ' 2 ; Janice Carter. Omaha. TrJ : Haltyon Coble. Lincoln. 51 : Patric-ia Gaddis. Lincoln, ' 51: Elizabeth Gass. Seward. ' oS; Lesley Grainger, Salinas. Calif.. ' 52; Phyllis Haley. Lincoln, ' 51; Sally Holmes. Kearney. ' 51; Jacqiie- lyn Hoss, Grand Isla-) d. ' 52; Joann Jeffers. Omaha, 52 ; Jeanne Kain, Lex- ington, ' 52 ; Carol Kent, Alliance, ' 53 ; S»ie Kent, Alliance. 51 : Virginia Koch. Lincoln. ' 51; Nancy Miller, Omaha, ' 51; Ann Mockett. Lincoln. ' 53; Mary Ann .Mohrman. Liiu-oln. ' 51; Marilyn Morgan. McCook. " 52; Jacqueline Murphy, Omaha, ' 5:j ; Mary .lean Neely. Lincoln, ' 5:1; Nancy Noble. Lincoln. ' 51; Virginia Noble, Lincoln. ' 53; Ann I ' enner, Beatrice. ' 52; Sally Pinney, Hasting.s. " 52: Nancy Porter. Omaha, 5I; Susan Porter. Omaha. ' 5:t; Su.san Pryor, Sioux Falls. S. Dak., ' 52 ; Caroline Rogers. Lincoln. " 53 ; Donna Ruddock, York. ' 52; Harriet Seidel, Wahoo. ' 51: Joanne Swerre. Omaha. ' 51; Betty Swift. Thedford. ' 51; Jane Traphagen. Lincoln, " 51; Sandra Walt, Lincoln. ' 53; Barbara Yeager. Lincoln, " 52. Ptediies •Fane Carpender, Lincoln, ' 54; Moneen Chipman. Si)okane, Vash., ' 54; Gracia Eyih, Beatrice, ' 54; Jane Fletcher, St. Joseph, Mo., 53: Sue Holmes. Kear- ney. ' 54; .Toan Legge. Omaha. ' 54; Sally Lowe, Sidney. " 53; Rosanne Mc- Laughlin. Grand Lsland. " 54; Sally Mallory. Lincoln. ' 54: Mary Ellen Mart- ison. Omaha. ' 5 " J ; Martha Lee Miller. i incoln. ' 54; Dorothy Payiuer. Omaha. ' 52; Diane Smith. Spalding. ■5:{ ; Lois Srh. Lincoln. ' 54: Nancy SwolKxIa. Omaha, 5 J ; Anne Teigelvr. Ercmonl. ' 5;i: .lean Thomas. Lincoln. " 54; Har- ri. ' it W.-nkf. Liiu-oIn, ' 5 4: ll.-l.-n Zi. ' n.ir Lmml ' U.-arh, ( alif- ' 54. Page 348 rv {«• Oo ! ( o i AI ' »Hl ' r Chiiniian AiiilrrMiii ( iihlv lUruh Kyih HiirUit Kli-lrlifr ( ' •riH-iiiltr liailili I ' arUT i«K kM JfflTfrs r«iiii;i r Kail) lUlM Kfiii. r. Holnift. Snlly K.11I. S. flulntvH, Sue KiM-ll llllv 1..i;j: - Mill.T. N. 1.(IUI ' .Murphy Mi ' l.iiiiirliliM MiH ' krII Mallory Moliriiiaii M«rli on MurL ' aii Millrr. M. N.olv Porter. N. X.ible. X. Porler. S. Nnblo. V. Ropprs Pa " nier Ruddork Penner S«idel Piiiney Siitith Traphniren Srl Wall Swfrre Weill; .• Swotjoda Yeager Teigfler Zieruii Thomas S " t er Fiiuiiili-i| :it lU ' r.iuw riiivrrsilv, l Td Estiiblislii ' il iit I ' liivorsity of N " i ' lir:isk:i, IJ ' KI , Klio CliJiptor . ' Seventy -five Cliiipters Klaik :iM l UoUl Theta ' s excelled in executive positions; Porter, Holmes were busy Mortar Boards I ' n-sidfiils priMlniiiiiKitrd in tin- ' l ' lict;i liiiii c. Ilcadiiii: .Mortar Board va.- Xaiuy I ' nrtir: V. . . (iiiiiiy Kocli: A VS. Mortar Board Sally lliiliiio: ami Pi Lainlxla Tlicta, Nancy N ' oiilc. (Mli( ' i proiiiiiiciit in acti " itic ' s were .lackic IIoss. Sandra Walt. Wilthy (iass and ary Ji ' an Xi ' t ' ly. Tlu ' ta. jirovcd their versatility l y jilaeinu in the Ivy Day sintf. Coed Follies, intramural sports and lloinooominir decorations. Ilonnraries selected as ineinl ei-s Mary Jean . eeiy. .Mjilia l.anilida Delta, and Xancy roiter. Dili Beta Kapi)a. Hi!.dirnrhtin,£: the .social caleinlar was the Black Kat Kaharet formal. I AT " I ' m . t(irni Wiiidow.s (ii House Full rhdiKji ori r for icinlcr protection. Page 349 Itc-activatt ' d in 1947 at Xi ' l)raska, Kapjia Delta c-Diitimieil to grow tliis year I ' -xpaiidiiiu- in activities. Important offices inclnded the YW- CA 1rca iirer ' s post held liy .I;iii Zlmiikr. a Tasx ' l ,111(1 liiialist for IJ ' . ' )! lloinccuniiiii; (Jiiccii. XICWA secretaiy Jo Ann Bnlier, Delta Onii 11(111 ' ice president Doris Bonehright, Tassel .M;iril ii l.iit .. and Stndent council niemliei- and lionse president l am Kiiine reiiresented the house in other activities. l ;i|i|ia Delia ' s gave an ()ctolier tea-dance t ' or all iilc(l ic classes on canii)us. A fall ple lge party, Ai)ril ]H)nse party ami White Kose for- mal completed the social season. Plcd-cs Hold Circus I ' arty Fun, fond, frolic — o-rnnj uli rtininin iit. Kappa Delta ' s enlarged activity program; White Rose formal topped social season A I hers Carlson Asmus Coats Benn Cuiniiiiii!; Ronebright DeWitt Hrewick Foiin(lc(l .-it Virginia State Xornial, 18ii7 Kst.ihlisliiMl at University of Xebraslta, 1920 I ' i Cliapter Sevcuty-cif lit Cliaptors Olive (irecn .-in.! Pearl White Falmeslo ■k Halnliioiid Fries Harrison Oarrelt Horlli irt Halin Keim Gohde Kiiine i,ufr Kraiiau IjIUZ Kroner 5laroade l.ehr Matthews Lewis Mclvin Pranff Morgan Kichards O ' Dt ' lI Ross PahritT Sirnnieriiian Tivoiika ... Page 350 SiBcle Wasson StilliiiKer Weaver Ta.vlor Weddel Turnquist ZIoiiike rilslroiii ■ Itynix ADnts, Kt -a. . ' i.t; ,ii aii .ImitT ' .Mii. (•nmnn 1 ; l.oul t ' .Vsnni- iiMiimt aiHiIii, iiul.. 52; Arlifiit) H»rlH»r. Liiirulii, ' ' t ' S; Vvvv le llt-nu, Mi»rriiiiiin. ' 52: UoriH Ilufit tiri(;ht. liiitfuln, ' l; Jo Ann Uiiller. Oil»»ll, ' al ; Ann ( ' iiiiiminR , HulflrvKt . ' 5 J : I ' aruU ' I) » Viii. Linroln. ' T ' ; Luti Ann Kftliin ' siock. Si-ribiter. ' ' t ' 2: iWtty Fl» lihfr, l inrulii. ' ' ' .i: Klixulieth (iarrett. Shfri lait, Wyo., ' 52; Arlino iiuhde. l.iiKuIii. ' 51; Jituiiiia lUifariiy. ltfiitrii ' « . ' 51: Marcurcl Hnlin. Srutubltifr. ' 51; Uoris IIa rlt, Liiiruln, ' 5 J : l ' ti«rlt « Hurhnni, Linculii. ' 5:t: I ' alt Hiiritliiiaii. Onialta. ' 5:1; Jaiiel Horluit. Lincoln. ' 5 2; AiiUrvy KcnniMly. KnIU t ' ity. ' 51: ] anu la Kinni . Sidney, ' 52; Dunna Kroltt r, Stuart, ' 5;t ; Nfll I-.-wU. Srimbert, ' 5J: Marilyn liiii . Platl»inuuth. ' 52: Marly Millor. Ijimoln. ■ J: I ' al Mrllnay. ( ' ««ntral City. 5:t; Nanry MrNally. l ninh«. " 52: Ali»H» I ' ranic. Valvnlini , ' 52: Mary Taylor, KalLs Ciiy. ' 5 J : Jti Anm Vi»av ' r. I in- t ' oln, ' 52; Janel ZIoinkv. St. I ' anl. ' 52. Patriiia Itrowirk, Sioux City. Iowa. 54 ; Twyla Carlson, Lincoln, ' 54: Kalhy ( ' ltriHtcnH n. Omaha. " 5:1; l orraino roats. Stuart. ' 52; ShirU»y Krirs. Ocneva. ' 5 1: Itunitif Httniniunil, Snttuliliifr. ' 5:t: Virtrinia Harrisun, Lincoln. ' 51; Kiln llurlhurt. Crant, ' 5:t: i ltyllj.s Kcini. Lincoln, ' 5-1; Marilyn Krnnnu. tUiu Hill. ' 5:i : Marilyn Lfhr, Lincuin. ' 51; KarltMU ' LufT. Lincoln, ' 54; Mary Ellen Man ndc. York. ' 54; Marilyn Malllu ' ws, Louan. lown. " 54; l atlu rint Melvin. South Stuux (- ' ity. 54; Judith Morean, South Sioux I ' ity, ' 54: Marcarct O ' tVumor. South Sioux City. 5;i ; Nealn O ' Dcll, South Sioux t ' ily. " 54; Amy PalmiT, SiccU t ' ily, 5;i ; Christine Pivonka, Lodee Pole. " 54: Jo Richards. Ashland. ' 5:1; Marilyn Koddy. Omaha. ' 54: Caroline Ross. Lin- coln. ' 54; .lean Simmermaii. Linrolii. ' 54; Mary Kllen Slacle. Llmohi. ' 54; Jane Stilliukfer. Cotunihiiv ' 54 ; Jo TotM. Odell. ' 54 ; .Marilyn TurnquiKl. Wood Lake. ' 54; Jacklyn I ' llslroni, Omaha, ' 54; Uonna Wasson. Sioux City, luwa. ' 53; Bonnie Ve ldel, KalU City. ' 5:t. lvl . hik ' ' ainl virln ' s lor ' |n ' ll lioiisc -1 rh(( rful Iffftk nutkts a tli ili a fnist. Pamki.a Kixm: . I ' n-sicl.Mit LorisE Asm IS .... Vi. • I ' l ' i ' sidflll JaI-.MTA llA(iAKITV . Sccrt ' tary .Mahii.vn I, it . . . . . Tri ' iisiircr O ( ( o c 0f O C :,- O l ' r o € € 1 i . . , 9 f 5 i v f f C f onn r Jean ( ' i.ahk SaLI.V RoTHEXaERGER Maktiia DeLoxg Charlotte Warren Presiilent Vice President Secretary Treasurer Kappa ' s Observe Construction of New Addition A ' ' fives -Miircia Reekley. York. 52: Marion Hrown. Papillioii. ' 53; .Tayne Carter. Lincoln. ' " 1: Jean Clark. Lincoln. ' 51; Hetty Coad. Omaha. ' 53; Adele Coryell, Lincoln. ' o3 : Carolee Cnthberlson. Omaha. ' 51: Martha DeLonj:. Nebraska City. ' .jI; Shirley Evans, Broken How. ' 51; Mary Fike. Omaha. ' 51; Sara Fulton. Lincoln, ' 52; Kli .a)ieth Oallairher. O ' Neill. ' 51; Sheila (Jrainyer, Lincoln, ' 53; Rnsanne Hedke, Lincoln, ' ali ; Virginia Hein. Wayne, ' 53; Julie Johnson. Liiuoln, " 53: Marjorie Line. Loup City. " 53; .lo .len Loder, Lincoln. ' 51; Jean Luoniis. Omaha, ' 52; Shirley Mathews. Evanston. 111.. ' 51 : Marii Mooberry. Maryville, Mo.. ' 52 ; Nancy Moore. 8ioux Falls, S. Dak., ' 51; Mildred Moyle. Lincoln. ' 53; Dorris Newman, Lincoln, ' 53; Grace Ovitz, Whiting, Ind.. ' 51 ; Patricia Peters, Omaha, ' 53; Marilyn Peter- son, Omaha, ' 53; Mary Phillip, Red Oak, Iowa. ' 51; Susan Reed. Deshler. ' 51; Margaret Reynolds. North Platte, ' 51; Caroline Rothenberger, Healrice. ' 53; Sally Rolhenbertrer, Hcatrice, ' 52; Mary Russell, Lincoln, " 52; Mary Ry- ons. San Marino. Calif.. ' 51 ; .lanis Srhmidimann, Plattsmouth, ' 53; Joan Sel- leck. Lincoln, ' 52; Jacqnelyn Sorensen. Lincoln. ' 52; Nancy Stehbins, Lin- coln, ' 53; Elizabeth Thoinsen. Heatricf. " 52; Honney Varney. Hroken How, " 52: Suzanne Vickery. Omaha, ' 51; Patricia Vin Sant. Summerlield. Kans . ' 53; Nancy Vogt, Stanberry, Mo., ' 51 ; Charlotte Warren, Omaha. ' 52 Plcdffcs Barbara Bell, Lincoln, ' 54; Sandra Hock. Lexington, ' 54; Phoebe Dempster. Beatrice. ' 53; Claire Evans, Taylor, Tex,, ' 53; Joan Fike, Omaha. " 52; Patricia Oilbreath. Omaha. ' 52; Sue Gorton, Teoumseh, ' 54; Ann Griffis, Offutt Field, ' 54; Sally Ann Hall. Holdrege. ' 54; Marily Holmquist. Oak- land, ' 52; Ann Huntting, Austin, Minn.. Ting Lilly, Lincoln, 54; Patricia Loder, Wihnette, III.. ' 54; Clara Ruth Miessler. Columbus, ' 52: Sara Jane O ' Hanlon, Hlnir, " 54; Nancee Peterson, Omaha, " 54; Jndy l olIock, Stanton. ' 54; Nancy Puniphrey, Wisner. ' 54: Barbara Raun. Denison, Io a, ' 54: Faye Shrader. Omaha. ' 54; Barbara Stephens, Lincoln, ' 53; Jean Wilson. Des Moines, Iowa, ' 52; Joanne Yeager. Omaha, ' 54. Page 352 9 9 a 1 9 r l; .kley r.»rv.-II litfU CulhlitoriM)!) K k. k Itel xiK Kr lViii|f«ti r (arur Kvaiis. r. i ' lark KvaiiN. S. I ' imil Kik. ' . r tirift ' iH i ik.-. M MhII Kiilltxt Yivilkv • •nllHU ' lifr Hfiti iinir» ' »Ih HoliiiquUl M»riuii Hiintlhit; Crnitik ' t ' r InhilMiM Mics-sltT Lilly Moolu-rry l.ilU ' Mmtrt UMvr.A. Mo.vli- Lo.ltr. P. Newman l. »UMli O ' Hanloii Mmlifw I ' ftiTs Rce l IN ' liTvOII. M. Roynolds I ' rltTsOn. X. RutlifnlitTirtT. C I ' hiUip RoIlienWrcer. S PoIIork RllNSell I ' niiiphrcy Rytnis Raitn Srhii)i(llinnnn VBrney Si ' IUMk Virkorj- ShrailtT VinSant Soreii-s " !! Vn :l Sifbhins Warren Stephens WiKon ThoiiiMMi Ycacer Kciuiiclfil :it Miiimimith Collpge, 1870 Kst:il)lisln ' il iit rnivcrsity " f N -lir;isk:i. 1MS4 Si|E;iii:i Clijiptcr HIiglity (lue Cliapters Liglit Blue :iimI D.irk Kino Kappa house enlarged by new addition; Reed heads activity-minded Kappa list Mniiilaiiiiiiii- tlicii- usual liiiili sclinlar liiii. tlio l a| |)a ' s wiTi ' also Irailcrs in caiiiinis actixitii ' s this year. .Jackii- Schviisimi, .lulic .loliiisuii, Adelo Coryell ami Boniiii ' Varncy lidd posi- tions on the CoBNHi ' sKER. iSarali Fulton was head s olieitor for ATF. Susie Heed, a nienilier of Mortar Board and IMii Beta Kapjja, and Jean Lonmis were awanled journalism scholar sJiip keys. The new house additions huilt this year in eluded a snn deek and study rooms. Kappa Key Kin«: was ehosen at the annual spring formal held in the ( ' nridiuskcr liotel. KK(i " s Entertain Dads at Lniu-licdii TIk f iilih ti hfji III hdsjiiliilil II Page 353 i For the aciirts, htniiilintiny ilrfuil. Group cooperation among Pi Phi ' s was evi- dent as they lieaded tlie list in sorority selioh s- tic ratings and won second in the Klsie Ford I ' ipiT and Iloniccdniinu ' liceoration awai ' ds. Siliyl Mark lu ' ld the president ' s jiosition. imlixidiials, ton, were leaders in campus ac- tixiilo. ' I ' Imj-i ' hnlding pnimiuiMit nllices were .)(icl HailfV, Mortar l nard; Bi ' V Larsen, Tas- sels; Marilyn Mooincy, AWS; Nancy Benjamin. Builders: Mar cia Adams, llnnif r cluK: and Ann Jane Hall and Marx Ann (irniKhnan, ( ' nnxiirsKEi;. I ick- it1 ' to the social season was the active picil-c fontliall uanic. »tluT functions were cli- maxed li - tile ( ' hristnuis formal. Pi Beta Phi topped scholastic ratings; Placed in Homecoming, Piper awards Fcmiiilcl .-It Moil utii (•(illcgc. lSt)7 Est:ililisli(M| :jt riiiversity of Xebrjiska, 1895 Beta Clmpter Xinctyeiglit niaptors Wine anil Silver Blue Adams. H. Brinkman Adams. M. Caiiipbell Anderson Col well Bailey Cooper Barnes Corp Becker Cnrliss Benjamin Deppen Graham Devereux ( rundman Devore Hall Dicus Hathaway Pinley Healey Gardner Heller Grabill Johannes hazear Jones Lester Jordan Lindell Kinsineer Ly singer Kraiise McCoy Ijainbert Mackey Larsen Murk Owen Marshall Pederson Milh-r Platner Muonu ' v Puriiey MoUer Randall Norman KeiiuM-ke Kuss Roberts Tewell Roirers The Sarnes VaiiHiirir Shields Wesiphal Smith Wiesner Stevenson Widener 0 }f wm i f € : Page 354 MareJa Adaius. Nurih l Uiic . ' il; Joi l Biiiloy. Oniftlia. ' ' 1; Jenii Itirker, A»hby. ' il: Nancy ltt iijainin. Lincoln. ' 2: Jaitet l aiii| lH ' ll. CVntral City, ' o ' 2; Virt inia 4 ' uujivr. Hunitwlt, ' 3: Iliilh Ann l ' urli»ii, Linruln, ' 1: Mary KHsv Day. Nurth IMattt . ' 52; Joriii Uevervux. Omaha. ' .M ; Martha Uicu», Krfniunt. ' o ' J: Itarbnra Kinloy. Urand iHlaiwI. ' ' ' J ; Uarbara ( ' lardnor. Lin- ruin, ' M ; Uo fMiary tirahain, Liiti-uln. ' ■; Mary Ann (truiulninn. Nt ttra! «ka City, ' y : Anne Jant Mall. York, ' ' U : Itolly Hathaway. Liiiruln, ' ' :t; Patriria itt alt y. Creftlun, luwa. ' :i ; Hfvrrly IIoIUt. (Miaihain. N. J., ' 52; I ' rist ' illa Junt M. Linruin, ' 5:t; Jant .funlan, 4 aU shuri:, 111.. ' yA; Sally Krausi , Albiun, ' .M ; Ann Lanib« ri. Lim-uln. ' iJ: H« verty LarHtMi. (Vniral City, ' 52; Nancy Itindoll. Omaha, ' 5:i; Mari;art t MvCuy. Lim-uln, ' . ' t ' .t: Sihyl Mark, Uelavan, Wilt., ' . ' il: Suzanuf Mamhall. l inculn, ' 52; Juan Miliar, Fairmont. ' 53; Marilyn Muunn y, HaKtintP , ' 52 ; Kust iii«ry Muiior. Froniunt, ' 51 ; Nancy Norman. Shonaniluah, luwa. ' 53; Winnii Owon. Linntln. ' 53; rarric Ann lV«K r«un. ht ' rwyn. ' 53; Kuth t ' linify, Omaha. ' 51; Jant Kamlall, Kcnrauy, ' 53: Itart ara KtMhfrkc, Lincoln, ' 53; Carolyn Itohorls. LJiunln, ' 51; Lcnnie Sicpaiifk. Linculii. ' 5;i : Ann Su•v •n on. Nurih rinfic. " 5 1 ; Marilyn Siuul- Hirum. Sioux City. Iowa. ' 51; Suzannt ' rewcll. Sidney. 53; Alycc Van Uur ;, Lincoln. ' 51; I orraino Wcsiphal. Cirand Ireland, ' 53; Nan cy WidtMior, Corn- iiitf, luwa. ' 51. Itnrhara Adaiu . Norih riaii -. ' 5 1, Mary Ktlcn AndcrM ii. Krcninnl. 52 ; Th» ' r» .sa Uarncs. Huldrcce. ' ' i: Hftly Itrinknian. (IiMU-va. ' 51; Harlmra Col- w» ' ll. Pawn«H City, ' 54; Cathorinc Corp. Lincoln, ' 53; .lane Deppcn, Lincoln. 5-l ; Nora I . ' l t vurv. Omaha. ' 51; Kalhryn (.trnhill, Lih -uln, ' 53; Lurrine Johannf-H, Schuyler, ' 52; Mary Kli abcth Kinsinuer, Lincoln. ' 54; Jcanettu La car, Cheyenne. Wyo.. ' 52; lietty Lester. Grand Lsland. ' 54; Shirley Ly- !«int;er. tirand Nland. ' 54: Adelaide Mackey. Ansley, ' 54; Janet Nu s. Sutton, 54 : Kl-sie Platner. NavaMila. Tex.. ' 54; Janet Rogers. Columbus. ' 53; Delina Sarnc . Le.YJncton. " 52; Itarhara Shields. Falls City, ' 53; Sabra Jo Smith, liuthentkertr, " 54 ; Marion I ' he. (irnnd Island. ' 54 ; (J wen Wiesner. Omaha. ' 53. l i I ' hi-Phi Psi Piimiiitr Thi nrntw hits its murlc. SiBYi. .Maick liAKUAUA (lAKDNKK . .loKis Ukvekecx Rarhaka Rklvecki: . Prcsiilcii! ' i(M ' l n ' sitl(Mit S»HT ' tiirv Treasurer r ' f ( ' ? cs m 1 i .i 1 SORALEE SOKOLOF PllYI-IS CmnAfOFF Charlotte ( ' kka.mkr LonsE Stam President Vice President Seeretary Treasiu ' er SDT ' s Ilanw Out Missouri ' s Ilomeeoniinfr Ti rers .1 ll-ill cniiK (lilt ill flu Ifilsll. Actives Lenore Baird. Denver. Colo., ' ' t.i: Pliylis Chudai oft ' . Olnalia. . ' I ' J : C ' harlolte Creamer. Denver. Colo.. ' . ' 2 : Lois Oereliek. Omaha. " .53; Davida Kartnian. Onialia. ' .52; Gloria Kolian. Omaha. ' .t3; Syvia Krasne. Fremont. ' 53; Unlh- ann Lavine. York, ' .tS; Rosanna Locke. Independence. Kans.. ' 52: Audrey Roscnhauni. Chicatro. 111.. ' .51 ; Soralee Sokolof, Omaha. ' 51 : I..oiiise Stam. Uncoln. ' .52: Esther Zorinsky. Omaha. ' 53. riedfifs Tillie Chorney, Omaha. ' 54; Barbara Cohen, ' Omaha. ' 54: Marlene Corn. Des Moine.s. Iowa. ' 54; Rcva Gittelman, Lincoln. ' 54: Janice Ringle, Omaha. ' 54; Marylon Rips. Omaha. ' 54 ; Flora Schricr. Lincoln. ' 54 : Charney Tanb. Omaha. ' 54; Charlotte Vel«. Torrington. Wyo., ' 54. Page 356 Itainl Corn rhiiriu ' v Cn»iiiner ' liMiltirufr 4t«rt lirk ' ■ ' llfll Gittolinan Laviitu KArtiimn Lucke Kdlmn RinKlo Krn.tiic S. 1 1 B TT i Rips T«ul Srhrier Vela Sokolof Zorinsky Slam I Fouiiili-il :it Ciiriii ' ll I ' nivi ' i ' .sity, U ' l " Established »t I ' niversity of Npbraskii, lit2o Tlii-ta ChiiptiT Twenty -seven Chapters Cafe All Lait ami Old Blue National recognition bestowed on SDT ' s as the chapter celebrates its 25th year Top I ' Vfiit fur ilii ' Sigma l)ilt; Tan ' s was tlirir ' - ' th .iiiiiiv iTsary colebration. In lioiinr of tliis offjisitiii tlii ' v were featnri ' il as ehaptcr of the year in the Tunh, the sorority ' s national niairazine. Alplia Kpsilmi Hhn I ' lesident Sorah-e Soko- lof and Sinina Aiplia Iota President Rnthanne Lavine led the SDT ' s in tlieir roll of honors. Activity girls Lois (ieiclick and (iloria Knhan worked on ConisJiiak- ' i, while Sy ia Krasne was a Tassel. Tn the draniaties Held. SDT was rep- resented liy Hosanna T.,oeke who jtlayed in Aiitiqoiie. Heavenly TTavcii. ])l( ' di;c fminal. headed tin- list in SDT social activitio. .Studious SDT ' s Strive for Book Leariiiii r Moili rii fduniiiitn — rtrrmihi lilx ril ■■ J- Page 357 (iirls Dccdi-jitc ( ' liristnicis Tree for House Ijijlils mill Idiii lihi ' hin htiii Yiihtidi sidsdil. Siftniii Ixapiui claiiiis tlie ])r( ' si(]ciits of three ciiiiiinis iKmoi-iU ' it ' s. Klinoi ' Hanson c-onductcd uK ' i ' tin x of lioth Afn Plii Kiisilon ami Intt-r- sorority coiiiifil. I.nla IJaiii liart jiresided over Gamma Al|ilia ' hi and l-iarliara P)i ' ( ' dtliaiirr ovci ' Alpha Lainh(hi Delta. Mortal ' Hoard masked Jean Fenster wiio as ice ]iresi(h ' nt of Coed Counselors and niemlier I if Farmers ' Fair board. CorusJiuchs .statT mem- liers iiicinded i ' at O ' Brien, Lola Bangliart, IJuiiny iladdix and Verbajean Miller. l at W ' icdmai: and Sara Saue were Ked Cross board members. Sii ina Kappa ' s entertained tlieii ' dates at tlie Vioh ' t formal and the Saints and Sinners party. Sigma Kappa ' s headed three honoraries; Jean Fenster was masked Mortar Board k A- Kouiuloil at Colt)y College, 1874 Established at University of Nebr:islc:i, l!i:23 Alpha Kappa Chapter Seventy (liapteis Lavender and Maidiin Anderson Bolton Banffhart Bredlhauer. B Harry Bredthauer. E Berry Bnll. B. Bedell Bull. J. Bentel Davis Ooeres En pie (iraham Krickson Griffin Farmer Haddix Fenster Han. son Gieseker Harmon Kutiiek Hock Lee. H. Hokanson 1-ee, J. -I esse Ijong Kacierli Miller Kindliarl Murphy Reese O ' Brien Kopers. C. Olson. E. Rogers. E. Olson, h. Poison Olson. P. Hichntond Prescott Sftcre Swenson Sailer Tiller Sandsledt fnper Sheldon Wiedmnn Stewart Wilscam Stratbiicker Page 358 ImU BaitKliart. SitittKblufT. ' :»l . Hvlen Harry. KanMi Oily. Mo.. ' 51; Itvtiy Itetlell, l.iiirulfi. ' 1; Itartwra Urcdihauer. (trHiul UUiid, ' A: llHly Itiil). MilUnJ. ' ' J: Nurnia Knifl . Oiiiaha, ' . ' ►;!; Jvnn fViisttT, York. " 51; Mary t« tirHt»ki»r, Liiirolii, ' " • ' ,•; Jam iot»rt , Sioux KalU. S. Dak., Tt ' J ; ( Hrroll (irifliii. Liiiruhi, ' oJ: Fayc llmldix. (Vniral Tity. ' . ' t3 ; Kliiior llah «un. Oak- laiHl. ' .M : Pauliiti Ilaniinn, Triiiubull. M ; Kdwina MokaitMH). Oiiiaha. ' . 3: H»»verly Jewe, Lincoln. ' 5J; llarharn Kailtrli. Kimball, r»l : Verba Millir, Hrokpn How, ' 5:1; l atricia O ' Hrit ' i). Lincolit, ' 5 ' J : KlizaU ' lh Olbun, Hloom- Hflil. Til: Patricia Olson, Oaklaml. ' .M : Donna I rt ' Motl. Mi n lota, III.. ' 2: Mildrcil Rirhniond, Waverly, ' .%:t: Kiith Ann Uirhniond. Lim-oln. ' 52; Kliza- iH ' lh Kocfrs. Albuqut n|uv. N. Mrx.. ' ' ' . ; Sara Sai;i , H( atrir« . ' . ' •:{; Ilarrii ' ltv SaltiT. I.inroln. ' ' [i: Rulh Ann SandsttMlt. Linroln. ' • I : Pnlririn Sht ' ldon, Lincoln. ' o ' J : Marian Stpwari, Lincoln, ' ' tl: Martba S(ratburk« r. Fori al- houn, ' 52; Patricia WiiMlnian. Lincoln, ' 5 J ; Mary WiUcani, Lincoln, ' i:t. Lrtitia Uarry, Smith Confer, Kans.. 52: Flora Ann Uciitrl. Lincoln. Til; Joann Itolton. Lincolit. ' ' i; Gllxabi th Urt ' dthancr. Crnnd Island. ' ■ ' t : .Tftnlcc Hull. Millard. ' 4 : Jean Davis. Lincoln. ' . ' ••I: Norma Krick on. Fruildalc. S. Dak.. ' ' )3; Carol Farnicr. A liland. ' . ' :i : F ' ayc (iraliam. ltt llcvilh , Kans.. ' ' 4; Joyce Hock. Lincoln. ' . ' 4 : Hubby Jo Judy. Susanvilte. ' nlif.. ' ■ ' ■4 : Wilnia Kindhart, Oakland, Iowa. ' • ' 4 : Kdilh Anne Kutilek, Omaha. TkI; Helen Anne I ee, Hrownlee, ' 54 : Jacqueline Lee, It row n lee. 54 ; T ' hyllis l on . Scotts- bluff. .M : Shirley Anne Murphy. Lincoln. ' 54: Lois Olson, Hloomrield, ' 53; Jo Ann Polnon. Lincoln, ' 54 ; Joan Reese, Farragut. Iowa. ' 54 : Carlyle Rog- ers. Sheridan. Wyo., ' 53; Delores Swenson. Downers Grove, III., 54 ; Joy t ' nt;er, Lincoln. ' 54. 1 ricii ' o luikf l.iiwii Toil sliarnl — faxk liyhtt ticil. Martha STRATurcKER I ' rcsidcut Jean Fenstek Vict- I ' rcsidi-nt Loi A Banhiiart Sciri ' lHrv Betty Bii.i Trrasiin-r » f) if f r ? f I a Boys R-egister Pledge Filing after Rushing After a hectic trcfli, the derininit. Girls Show Rushees Wliat College T ife Is Like Stuffed nyiimah. flashy p.j. ' n — ncccssari nccniilreiiK nts Page 360 greek ( ) Z Jdliii TayUir Prcsidciit ( rval CoiiiitT ' i(•( ' Pr ' si(l( ' ii1 Joliii Kwiu;: Secretary Frank Allen Treasurer Spring Clean-up Gets into Full Swin;. ' An overall joh in store. • •iiT ' itTm ■■■ I Actives Frank Allen. Jr., Norfolk. ' 53; Richard Blunk, San Mateo. Calif., 2 : Edwin Childress, Lincoln, ' 51 ; OrvaJ Conner. Jr.. Burwell, ' 51 ; Donald Cunninphani, Tekaniah, ' 53; John Ewinp. Nebraska City, ' 52; Enpene Fischbach, Omaha. ' 51; Gordon Francis. Bellevue. ' 51; Milton Grobeck, Lincoln, ' 51; Herbert Hansen. Nebraska City. ' 53; Robert Hattan. Lin- coln. ' 51 ; Gayle Hattan, Lincoln. ' 51 : William Lipi streu. Lincoln, ' 52 ; Donald Loy. Lincoln, " 51; William Marbaker. Costa Mesa, Calif., ' 52; James Petersen, Omaha, ' 51; Tom Scott. Lincoln. ' 51; Alfred States, North Platte. ' 51; John Taylor. Grand Island. ' 51; James Ward. Omaha. •53. Plfdpe t James Collins, Omaha. " 54: James CoHman. Beatrice, ' 54: Floyd (Joft ' . Burwell, ' 53; Charles Miner, Graf. Iowa, " 52; Rolland Styskal. Omaha, ' 53; Don Yoder, La (iran e, Wyo., ' 53. Page 362 - Allt-ii t ' nitiivr Hliiiik rnlltnait I ' hildrens riinniiii;haiii Ki .lihit.h Kraiuis Ooff l.ippAlrtMi l,oy Mart Ak4 r Tux l(»r MiiuT Wiiril IN ' U ' r t»li Voder SiBlfs Fuuiideil :it I ' liivcrsity nf Mii ' lii(;:iii, 10(14 EstablisliPil at rnivorsity of Nebrjiskii, lOOS Thirty five (liaptors Black anil OI.I (ioUl Acacia ' s were in several military groups; Parties and dinners offered social variety Acaciii was wcll-rcprosciittMl in tin- r.uiks of military nruaiiizations. Hcadiiiii ' Scal)i)aril ami Blade was .lojiii Taylnr. the (•omiianx cummaii- ilcr. l ' ( ' isliiii i- h ' illi ' s claiiiu ' il (Jniddii Fi ' aiicis. Bill Marl)ak( ' r ami Hichanl Bliiiik. Tom Scott ami (tivillf ( ' onm ' r wen nn ' iiilicrs of IMialaiix. Anionj; acti ity vorkci were Don ( ' uiiiiiim- liam, ( ' f ni ( ' ol)s, ami Don ddcr. Ko ni( ' t Kliil). .lini Wai ' il (liviili ' d iiis ctTni-is lictwfcii lintli ( ' oiii Cohs and Kosmot Klnl . A variety of parties otTered Acacia ' s social ilivcrsion. Tlic season was started witli a hani; ' up western jiarty. Friday eveninu ' dinners, a ( liristmas party and tlie annual Lei formal wi ' re also featured. Iliivs KiijdV I ' odI tiaiiU ' iifter DIiiirt iii ' liiiul the light bull. Page 363 A(il ' S Wind U|) a Cow and Try tn Hide Miiih III Irdiisprirtatioii — an fit h in (j (joes. Innocent president, Robert Raiin, was tlie leader among ' AGR activity ■ vorl ers. lioh ])re- sided at Student council and Block and Bridle meetings. Jerry .lolnison ranked next, being- president of Ag Exec board, secretary »t ' Kos- met Klub and a Corn Cob member. Arlen lieani, also a Corn Cob, was treasurer of the sciiiiir class and lui iness manager of the Corii- liKslccr Cuiiiil ri iiKiii. Jim Williams, Frank Sibert and Don Bever also workeil in activities. Phil (!)lsen was revealed as one of the Eligible Bachelors while Del Kopf and " Warren Munsnn ui ' i ' c recognized in baseball and track. A(!K " s and tlieii- dates danced by candlelight at the iJliii K ' endezvdus. Robert Raun tapped Innocent president; AGR ' s Olsen named Eligible Bachelor Wi Founded at University of Illinois, 1908 Est;il)lislu ' d at T ' niversity of Xcbmska, 1917 Kappa Cliaptor Thirty-four Cliapters Green and Gold Albers lierke Anderson. D. Bever Anderson. F. Clement Asmus Collins Beam. A. Cnrley Beam. C. Danielson Davis Go wen Doyle Haijeart Elder Hru a Ena:el jKkra Essinan Johnson, .T. George Johnson. W. Kopf Linscott Laflin Lundeen Landi?reii MrMaster Law son Mead Lemon Monson. R. Ijinder Moiison. W. Moritz Plurknetl Nelson Qnarkenbiish Olsen Hann Olson. D. Kobinson Olson. S. Kousek. K. E. Pinkerton Ronsek. E. J. Sander Theobald Scholkopf Wal.lo Srheercer Williams Shires Woltemalh Si ben Youuff. K. Stephens Young. R. L. Stone r O n Page 364 i Frank AiiileiNoii. WilMinvillr. ' SI; Arlcii lli ' «iii. Smpli-iuii, ' -ll : UoIkti Bi-rkr, Klwoutl. ' Vi: UonalU ll»v»r, Viriciiiit, ' .M : l-awreiiri- Colliiiii, St. Edwinl. :•■•; Diik I ' urlry. Craiir. ' SI: Murray U»iiiel«on. Aurora. ' 52; Jim UoyK Omaha, ' 51: Wayue f " ro»t. Si. Paul. ' 5;i; Kay (iauci-r, Eu»li«. ■.5 ' . ' ; Kirhanl liuwen. North l-oup, ' . ' .I; Jami-s HaKitari. Grand Ulaiid. ' SU; Krvd llo terman. llro»iivlll». ' 5a: Jprry Juhnion, Kfd I ' loud, ' 52: Del Kopf. I xineton. ' 52: Hob l..aflin. Crab On-hard, ' 51: Xorman Land rvn. Sbirklry, ' 51; l.«»u L.a» on. 8llv»r City. Iowa, ' 5:1 ; Hoyd I.inder. Nc- hawka. ' 51; Dvaii I.iiisroll. Ilralrirc ' 5:1: Ki-iit Matkrv. :u li!i. ' 51; Kii-li- arti .Miinxon. t ' lay Cenli-r. ■5;i: Warren Moniton. Clay Ci nU r, " 51; lilenn Morili. LrxinKtun. ' 52; l ' hili|i Ol.i-n. Aurora. ' 52; l i-l (MM«n. Xorlh T ' latti ' . ' 51; (i mrt;i- I ' inkcrlon. Ilratrii-t ' . ' 51; Kolx-rl Kaun. MindiMi. ' 51; Rnbprt Kobinsou. Lincoln. ' 51; Krnrnl Kou.npk. Ord, ' 51; Kduard KouKpk. Ord. ' 51; Jack Saudrr. Chapiwll. ' 51: llonald Scliwrcfr. Ilatlle Crrok, ' 51; Wanlfr Shirm.. Elliot. Iowa. " 53; Frank Silx-rl. Inavali-. ' 52; Jfrry Siom-. Wvrpini; Water. ' 53; Dick SlKphons. Lincoln. ' 52; Dohu ' I ' licoliald. (ii ' iifvn. ' 5;i; Jim Williainx. Norfolk. ' 51; Arleu Woltcmatb, .Sn-rlini:. ' 52: liichard Younc. Kwl Oak. L» va. ' 5;t. i ' lrili;r Kcrri Allwrn, Wisncr. ' 5;i; Donald Andcr ou, Kim Creek. ' 53; Robert As- nms. Kriend. ' 52: Charles Ileam. Stapleton, ' 54; Kenneth Clement, Ord. ' 54; Arnold Davis. Lincoln, " 52: KuKene Enirel. Chanulo. Kans., ' 54: Roger Ks.Mnan. Clalonia. ' 54; I.eland (ieorce. South Sioux ' ily, ' 54; Tom Hruia. St. Paul, ' 52; Richard Jiskra. Swanlon, ' 54; William .Tohnson, Fremont. ' 54: Jack Leminon. Lincoln. ' 54; (inry Lnndeen. Mtuden. ' 53: Larry McMasler. Wisner. ' 5:1; Joel Mead. Lincoln. ' 5;;; (;ienn Nelson, Park Rapids. .Minn.. ' 52; Dale Olson. York. ' 54: SterlinK Olson. Minden, ' 53; Donald Plucknett. DeWilt, ' 5:1; Ray guackenbush, DeWitl, ' 54; Ruit.sell Schelkopf. Shickley. ' 53; William Waldo. Gordon. ' 53; Robert Younir, Heatrice. ' 54. Tliret- Hoys Take .Moton-yclc Kidv Aftir lunch, fun in win i Is. .It ' i ' i ' v •liilinsdii I ' i ' csidciil Arlcn I ' x ' iiiii ' i ' ' ' l ' n ' Ni l -ii1 I ' liilip Ol.scn SiHTctary Fred Ilo.steiniiiii Trea.surer ' Q ' p ' ? ' 5 1 : O f p P o ;d£ . iif. Knox Jones. Ji . p](i var(I Cook Winslow Cady Villi;iJn Hs..n l i esi(l( iit Vice President Secretary I ' l ' easui ' cr Pledj es Work mi Wash Job For the ATO ' s auto, n shiur. Artivra Rirliard Ariiistrong, Gnnd Island, ' 51; Donald Barrett, Casper, Wyo.. ■ ' 1 ; Doutrlas Harry. Norfolk. ' 51 ; Richard Beattie. Ains worth, ' 53 ; Harlan Beideck, Lincoln, ' 51: Donald Bers |uist. Lincoln. ' 52: Kiclmrd Uerk- heiniei ' , Gordon, ' 51 : Richard Bick, Grand Island. ' 51 ; Alfred Blessing. Ord. ' 52 ; Larry Bosley, Holdroee, ' 52 ; Carl Brasee. Omaha. ' 5:t : Robert Brown, Sargent, ' 53 : Dean ISuckintrhani, Lincoln, ' 53 : Frederic Cady, Broken Bow, ' 52; Winslow Cady. Broken Bow, ' 53; Rodney Carlson. Onmha. ' 50; Jack Carroll, MeCook. ' 51; Donald Cook. Rock Rapids, Iowa. Deceased : Kilw ard Cook, Lexington. ' 51 ; Don Coupens. Allia?i -e. ' 53 ; Douglas Dale. Onl, ' 52; Irving Dana, Jr., Lincoln. ' 51; Otto Hanian, Omaha, ' 53 ; William Hancock. Carson City, Nev.. ' 51 ; Ronald Hardt. Lincoln, ' 52 ; Di-an Meyer, (Jordon. ' 5 1 ; PanI Holm. Gothenburg. " 53 ; Darrell Hunt, Nm-lli I ' lalle. ' 5:i; Holmrt Jones. Lincoln. ' 53: Knox Jones. Ji ' ., Lincoln. " 51 ; Lctinard Kehl. Scoltsbhiff. ' 51 : Bruce Kenneiiy. Basin. Wyo., ' 51 ; Keith Kreycik. A ' alentine, ' 53 : Donald Knxhnnsen. Scotlsblnff, ' 52; Henry Lammers, St. Joseph. JIo., ' 51 : Robert LaShelle, Omaha. ' 53: Kirk Lee, Frenuml. ' 52: Ri -hard Loucks, Falls City. " 52: George Mackey, Casper, Wyo.. ' 51 ; Michael .Madden, Lincoln. ' 53 ; Jerry Mapes. Lincoln, ' 52; jjce Moore. Gran i Island. ' 52; William Olson, Lisco. ' 51; Robert Osborne. Omaha. 53 : Dun aid I ' edersoti. Lincoln. ' 52 : James Perry. Red Oak. Iowa. ' 51; Ralph Phillip. Red Oak Iowa. " 52: Frank Piccolo. Lincoln. ' 51 : Ti ' d Randolph, Lincoln, ' 51 ; Donald Richardson. A Ins worth. ' 53 : Rodson Riggs, Des Moines. Iowa. ' 51 : Magnus Robinson. Norfolk, " 53 ; Charles Saggan. Omaha. ' 53; Verl Scott. Mitchell, ' 53: William Sloan. Burwell, " 52; David Siannard, Wichita, Kans.. ' 51; Tad Tucker. Lincoln. ' 52; Cnrtis Weatherhogg, Lincoln. " 51; Fritz Wefso. Rnsbville. ' 52: Robert Wefso, Rushville. ' 51; Sidney Wells, Fremont, ' 51; Samuel Whitman, Tulsa, Oklft., ' 51 ; William Wingender. Omaha, ' 53. William Bailey, Omaha, ' 54; PanI Baird. Plainview, ' 54: Robert Barnwell. Lisco, ' 54 ; Henry Bartenbacli, Grand Island, ' 52 ; Ernest Behl). Omaha. ' 54; Peter Bergsten, Winnetka, III., ' 54; Lyie Bhie. Lincoln, ' 54; Richard Christoph. Glencoe. HI., ' 54; Douglas Clark. Gothenburg. ' 54: Richard Claussen. North Plalte. ' 54: Gene Cotter, Lincoln, ' 54; Douglas Dunn, Onuiha. ' 54; Gene Everett. Grand Island. 52 : Dale Fagot. Lexington. ' 53; Gary Ford. Grand Island. ' 52; George Gohde, Lincoln. ' 54; Jerry Golding, Lincoln. ' 53: Richard Harl.sock. Fremont. ' 54; Hal Hasselbalch, Si, Ed- ward. ' 54; Robert Hobbs. York. ' 53; Robert Hofacre. Holdrege. " 54; Kobi-rt Hook, Rushville. ' 54; Theodore James. Naperville. HI.. " 54; Walter Korff, Hebron. ' 54; Robert TVcha. San Bernadino, Calif-, ' 54; Wallace Reed. Norfolk, ' 52; Jame.s Senkbei!, Grand Island, ' 54: James Tracy. Denver, Colo.. ' 54; William Weber. Wilmetto. HI., ' 54; Grant Whitney. Ainsworth. •54. Page 366 t Ariiulrune Hfbli lliiil - Il«ri{Nlpii llmr.l Itii-k lt»riiut ll lilt Minff Itarrvll llhip Hurry U. .-!.• Itarlfiiharli Hra- w Clark Itruwn Claiiiueii Itiirkiiitrliftitt Couk. I). ••.! . r. Cook. E. «cl . W. Cotter ( ' •rNon ruii|H iih ClirUiuiih Dull- (laiimn l iiiia Ilar ii I iiiin Harlsook Ev»ri " it Hi M-lhali-li Font Hi l li (iohilo llofai-r ituhliittf Holm Kennedy lluok Korflf Kiiiil KuxhaiKen .Tallies LainnuTs •Km ' -.. H l.aShelle ,IoiH " . K. l.,-e K. ' hl I.oucks Perry Msckey Phillip Miioro Piccolo 1 HsdN Randolpii o lioiirne Keed I ' frha Richardson IVMler t ' ii KiKCs W ' eatherhoffg Snttirau Weber . riill Wefso Spiikbvil Vell» Stannaril Whitney Tra ' -y Winiieiider KoiiiKli ' d at Virginia Military Insituti ' , 1865 Kstablislieil at University of Nel)ra8ka, IS ' .tT Oamnia Tlieta CliaiitiT One Iluniirerl-iiine ( ' liajiters Blue ami Col.l Kennedy, Randolph were Innocents; Frank Piccolo again named Yell King Activities reiirnod sui»romo at the Tan liouse. Iiinoct ' iits Hriicc Kennedy ami Ted Rainluli)!) Iieatled tile builfi Sil,iiisliiti stall " as editor ami Imsiiiess niana.irer. IMiotoy:raplier Rod Riifys and Circnlation . [ana,a;er A I Blessing also wmked on the ftno. ' erl Scott, fail Bra si-, Hill Wiii.neiiiK-i-. .lack (anoll. Ted Ramlol|)li, Knox Jones and Leon- aid Kelil saw action in varsity sjiorts. Veil Kinir Frank Piccolo was aided by Cheer- leader Leoiianl Kehl. while Bob LaShelle. P nice Kennedy. Hill ( )lsi n and l iin Knxhansen worked in ( ' orn Cobs. The ATO ' s broke a lU-ycar jinx to win the annnal Fiji-Tan tnsslo. Chica.iro pledges ' gang- ster play adiled atmosphere to the AT Who- dunnit party T;ni r.iitliiiiir ISi ' aiilies Get Early SnniiiK-r Tiiii ( ' ,,ii l,tiit Iiiiikiitil — Tri Dill iiiiii. Page 367 Boys Construct Homecoming Float For moff rials, papirr-machc. Beta Sigs claimed two varsity football lottei- meii, Art Bauer aud Dick Goegleiii. Otliers participating in sports were Bob Lohrberg and I-?o1) Peters. Music held a special interest for Hicliard Buls, Dick Hiiebner aud John Nelson wlio were members of the EOTC band. Ill activities, Bert " Wartchow e(lit ' d ilw ' i- liia. l:u Bine Print and John I ' fanu was jiresi- dent of Alpha Kappa Psi. Pliil )stwald, a member of Corn Cobs, also worked on the hliir Print. Ralph Hanneman was pi ' esident of VMCA and a member of XUCWA. Cadet of- licer sessions were lead bv President Hicliard Buls. Days of the buccaneers came to life when the Beta Sigs gave their Barbary Coast ])arty. Bauer, Coeglein played varsity football; Beta Sig ' s work on Nebraska Blue Print Founded at I ' liivcrsity of Illinois, 1925 Established at University of Nebraska, 1929 Delta Chapter Eight Chapters Cardinal Red and White Anderson, D. Broekemoier Anderson, J. Buls Aug-ustin Bun sen Barrett Chael Bauer Dahike Banerineister Dannebl DeJonge G ley stein Deter Hahn Ebner Hanneman Flicker Henkel Fritson Holm uist Giessehnan Holthns. B. Holthus. C. Kroeirer Huebner. C. Lenz Huebner, R. Lienemann Johnson Lindsteadt Karlberg Lohrberg Klenian McAfee Miller Pfann Monisniilli rhillippi Nelson Sam nelson Ollendorf Srheer Onnen Schmidt Peters Scholz Schnllz Troester Sindt Wamsat Sirks Wartrhow Smith Wiilflf Strneinpler Zierott Toebben Page 368 .1. :.,. ■ Itoimlit AndiTMin, Swede Home, ' Si; John Andersuii, Siroinsbure. ' SI: Arthur BaiuT. Shuberl. ' 51; Harlan llrorkemeier rolunihiiii ■J ' . ' : Kubtrt Bull. KIkliorn. ' . ' .I; Ki.-hanl lIuN. Seward. T.- ' " ' " " i ' d. ■5:t. Kr.-drriik « ' ha.-l. Kout,-.. Iiid . " .l: Krank ' l ' De.li.p.-.-.- MlMr.-!h ■.•.•■ Hi.liBr.l l MiililnM l.i ' -r, L.l: ... • . .. ' 5 ' J Hal.ii Xorfulk Kt»h rt Kr. K.r, Kitipn llnMi ' iiini liu«. IlerlraiMl. •.M : Vfrlvfi L.T. ' U !.. rie Miller, lit l hur l. ' . ' .l; l Iowa, ■M ; . Janie-i Tn ei»UT lf«ii-t ' ' ' ' i. • " w iliutn, ' ani at. KIkhorn. ' •.i; AllH-rt Warlrhow. ' . ' :i; Kalph Zierull. S -»ard. ' . ' ' J. " :iii. .iiiiii iun, : l: Kirhard •■tk. ' il: llalph . iKixii -. tWlliani Menkel, :.l; Carl Huebiu-r. St. I ' aul, ' . ' .1: KlfffRit lu-atrj.-e. ' 51: Donald ' v ul I..ifiieiuann, : Omaha. ' 53: ' 51 : Kenneth u..[..r( .- rhullr. Staple- V Smith. Missouri Valley. : To«bben, Nickerson. ' 52: .M.isaiii|x-n. Haslinen. ' 5:1; Virgil Omaha, ' 51: Vircil Wulff. York. Vaiithu Aumislin. Hastinir . ' 51; .Inhii Ilarrett. Toluinhus. ' 54; Kiihanl llauernieister. Omaha. ' 5;i: liolaml llei.leik. I.inroln. ' 5 ' . ' ; Doyle Carlson. Iterlrand. ' 5 ' . ' ; Sik-urU Darhnke. Valparaiso. ' 5:1; James Dahlko. lleaedicl. ' 51: l veni Dannehl. ilertrand. ' 5:i: Donald Deter. I ' apillion. ' 5: : Kiihard Eeirert. Kn-monl. ' 5;i; Walter Klirker. North I ' lalte. ' 54; Arnold iilessman, I ' apillion. ' 54: Merlin (iruetwr. I.inroln. 54; Urnoo Holnii|uist. Itetrand, ' 5 J: Carroll Hollhus. Itertrand. ' 54; Kirhard Huebner. I ' lallsmnuth. ' 54: Donald KarlberE. Wakefield. ■5 ' . ' ; Dave Kisller, Linroln. ' 54: Harvey Knieller. hinroln. ' 5:i; James I.indsleadl. Norfolk. ' 54: Kobt-rl Ixihrberg. tiineoln. ' 5 " J: Darwin Mf.Xfe -. Talma e. ' 5 ' J ; KIton Monismilh. Linroln. ' 54: John Nelson. Nebraska City. " 54: I otiie Ollendtirf. Montezuma. Iowa. ' .54; Alfred Onnen. Kairbury. ' 54 ; Owen Otto. Linroln. ' 54; Kirhard Pearson. I ' apillion. ' 54; John Pfann. Nebraska Cily. ' 5U ; Larry Phillippi. l exineton. ' 54: Dean Srheer. Arlinf lon. ' 54; Kreil Srheske. Waukeeean. III., " 53; liars Sirks. Lincoln. ' 5:t: Harold Struempler. Lexititrton. ' 5 2. I ' lflljjt ' s KlP ' ilfJi- III 1..IIIC K flllll . ' I ' illoM Fifjlil Ffathirs iJii-miii s mi. Donald Anderson President Kretlerii ' k Cliael Viee President Larry Ebner Seeretary llarvev Sinitli Treasurer - fi r , o 1 .1 MMJ I n n o t « ' o o p f a a Cj q p r V Koith Lytio l -osidcnt Ih ' rhcrt Keese ' iee Prositk nt William Miehelson Secretan Wiiliam (Jrccr Trcastu ' t ' i ' -lim K(»Iey Gets Undeserved Sliowerin Lost pin causes false alarw. Artives Max Andrews. Lincoln. ' 53: Rex Andrews. Linroln. ' o2: Rodney Benson. Cheyenne, Wyo.. Til ; Richard Callan. Lincoln. ' 52 : Larry Carney, Grand Island. ' 53; Allen Kdee. Pawnee City. ' 5:1; Edward Ecan. Omaha. ' 53: James Foley. Grand Island. ' 53; Hugh Follmer. Omaha. ' 51: Robert (Jan- gel. Nebraska City, " 53; William Gangel. Nebraska City. ' . " 2: John Greer. Lincoln. ' 53; William Greer. Peru, ' 52: William Hein. Allianrc, ' 51; Robert Hinds. Lincoln, ' 51; Robert Howey, Lincoln. ' 53; Ernest Johnson. Holdrege. ' 52: Stanford Johnson. Omaha. ' 51; Richard Kizzier. Holdrege. ' 52; Raymond Loucks, Grand Island. ' 53; Gordon Luikarl, Sio»ix City, Iowa. ' 51 ; Keith Lytle, Dunlap. Iowa. ' 51 ; David Mackie. Omaha. 53; John McDermott. Denver. Colo.. ' 51; John McLeay. Lincoln, ' 52; William Michelson. (Jrand Island, ' 52; James Miller. Papillion, ' 51; Kenneth Min- nick. Alliance, ' 52; Keith Mumby. Harrison, " 53: Gray Nerval, HnfValo. Wyo.. ' 52; Peter Peters, Omaha. ' 52: Robert Pierce. Lincoln. ' 51: John Pomeroy, Omaha. ' 52; Herbert Reese. Omaha. ' 51: Richard Keese. Omaha. ' 53; Stuart Reynolds. Pipestone. Minn.. " 53; Sebastian Runia. Omaha. ' 52; Wiko Scammon, Rockporl. Mo.. ' 53; Paul Shedd. Scottsbhiff. ' 53; Hubert Shellenberper, Alliance. ' 53: Donald Shultheis. Wayne. ' 52: Jerry SieErel. Lincoln. ' 52; Neil .Sinmbaugh. Alliance. " 53: Charles Thompson. York. ' 52: Richard Wakeinan, Lincoln. 52; Kenneth Wayman. Wilber. ' 51: Thoma Weekes. Nebraska City, ' 53; Samuel Whitworth. Lincoln. ' 51. Pledfjen Brandon Adams. Beatrice, ' 54 ; David Avery, Harger, Lincoln, ' 54 ; Robert Barrett, Lincoln, Island, ' 54; Wayne Donahue. Sioux Falls. S, Ha.stings, ' 52; Wesley Fulner. Omaha, ' 54; Charles Meehan. Lincoln ' 54; Robert Meeha Omaha, ' 54 ; Ronald Smaha, Wilmetle. III. Calif.. ' 54; Charles Swint:le. Harlan Wiederspau, IJncoln, ford Yap| . ManhaUnn. Kans. .ScotlsbluflF. ' 53; Theodore ' 54; Clinton John, Grand Dak., ' 54 ; Rol)ert Foole. John Gatz. ONeill. ' 54: Lincoln, ' 54; Jerome Moore, ■i4 : Stuart Snow, (ilendale. Lincoln, ' 54 : Miller Whitham, Lincoln. 54 : ' 54; Charlev Wrifht, SriiiishlnlV. ' 54: Un.k- ' 54. Page 370 r ' - . ) ' Un . lUrrftt AiidrfH . M. l «iii«liiif Aiidri w . K Kdllntor Avi«r KiMiif Harkvr Kulin r • iaiieel. R. Hiiiil (;«iii!fi, w .lohiison • :■! LitiU-HcId linwr, J. LiMti kK (!rf«T. V. Litikarl l. il.- Mirht ' Uun MrDonuiill MtH ri M.l..-iiy Miilnhy Mi ' ehaK. 1 ' N..rv«l M.-.-lmn. K. IVliT. K ' ese. H. Reese. R. RevDoliJs 8he )il ShellenbtTiier Snialitt Siu» v Swindle Thninpson W hit won h Wakeinan Wiederspaii Way man John Weekes Wrieht Whit ham Yapp Kiiunilcil .-It Miniiii rnivcrsity, IH ' Mt Est:ihlislicil :it I ' liiversity of Ni ' br:isk:i, ISSS Alpha Tau Clinpter XiiietT six ( " " ti:ipt T3 Pink ami Hliio Beta ' s claimed ' 50 Homecoming honors; Innocent Herb Reese led in activities Bt ' tii ' s workod tOjEfether to take IDoO Home- coming lioiiso (lisj)lay honors, wlfile their Kos- nict Kliil portrayal of the loves of Cyrano rle Berirerac irave tlicni third i)ri7.e in tlie fall revne. VersatiK- ilcrli K ' ceso was Innocent vice presi- dent, as well as Student Union jiresident, All- Bis; Seven wrestler and varsity football tackle, (iene Johnson, junior class treasurer, worked in Al ' F. ( ' iiiiXinsKKi! and ( " urn Cohs. while llui ii Fullmer and Jack Crreer shared activity honors. Biir Bob Pierce was hiErh scorino: varsitj ' basket- liall center. Flai)iK " r ila were revived at the Koarinc: Twenties ])arty. The annual Honeymoon Hotel party wa aimtlier attraction on the Beta social calendar. Piano Attracts Attention of .Sinfring Beta ' s Tnliiit nil till ki iiliDiinl. Page 371 D. ' lta Chi ' s Taki ' ' I ' imo to Kat at House Party K ct ulna ' s inniu — arinigt jui ' (. The Delta Clii membership hiclmled three men who hclduucii to the lionorary hiw frater- nity, Di ' lia Thcta I ' lii. They were Les Noble, ( ' laiis Ugghi and .Josopli Xeal. Homer llobbs spent liis time working with Corn Cobs while 1-iiissell Parmenter and Jolm Bauer eoneen- t rated their elTorts on XUCWA activities. Two idedges. K ' on Xelson and Eay Xeaman, s))cnt tlicir afternoons workinu ' out on tlie frcsh- uiaii footl)all team. I Manning social fuiutions presented officers with maiix added icsponsibilities. Main events on tlic Delta Clii social calendar were tlie annual si)riiig formal and Christmas party. Delta Chi ' s had three in law honorary; Brothers active in Corn Cobs, NUCWA 2S Founded at Conioll I ' liiveisity, 1890 Established at Uuiver.sity of Nebiask.-i, 1900 Thirty-eight Chapters Red and Buif Bauer Douglas .0 Borchnian Dorn Green t fl Hammond Hayward, C. Harvard, H. McKenzie Neal Xeaman Xelson Xoblo Parmenter Paulsen Street Thorson I ' pgla Page 372 A-ctiVfit William lii-ii. B«llevui . ' J ' J; Alfrvd Uurrhman. Jr., Oiiialta, ' 1: Ilyruii l arn, South Sioux Chy, ' SI: Thoinat I ouela . Omaha. ' 52; Prank Kasia brooks. Lini ' oln, ' . " il; Kenni-lh Kllin. Lincoln, ' 52; E. Riihanl ir eM. Lin coin, ' . ' 2; Charles Hainuinful, Haiard, ' 53; Carl Ha.vvvnnl, ll.vminis. ' ' ' 2: Harr - HaywarU, L ' lt-articlil. S. I ak.. ' " .1: Homer Holilis, Itcatrice. •. ' i:i ; Sianforit Jones. Syraru.se, N. Y.. ' .M ; Kenneth Luckeit.s, Lincoln, ' 51; Kentietb Macleay, St. l ouik. Mo., ' 52; John ' eritc McKcniie, Fremont, ' 52 ; Joseph Neal. Hartley, ' 52 ; Leslie Noble, lleatrice. 54 ; Ru.ssell Par- nienier, Omaha, ' 52; Harold l olnicky, Reil Cloud, ' 51; Kichanl Keeil. Lincoln. ' 51; Charles Shar|M , Kui hville. Ind., 52 : Marion Sisley. Alliance. ' 53: Hal Thorson. Lincoln, " il: Walter Willi St l allen Swit erlaml. ' . ' .o. PIfdiif Kob«rl l anks. Lincoln. ■ i .l..lin llancr, llciiln.c. .■_■ u infrcil llcrc-lon, Lincol n. ' 5;t; Raytiinnd Neainan. Omaha. ' ■ ' ■-1; Ronald Nelson. Onmha. ' 54: Glenn Paulsen, Omaha. ' . ' •4; (leorice Street. Omaha. ' 54; Clans I ' KKla. Stockholm. Swe leti, ' 5:t. ISiisy Students Budget Valualile Tinu- Tiiping, Exi u ire — necessitj , desire. Josepli Ni»al Riissfll i ' iiniiciiii-r Hal TIkii ' sihi .lollll .McKrli ic I ' ri ' sitli ' iit ' ii-c I ' l ' fsiilciit Sci-n ' tarv Treaxiri ' i ' Kaoc: j .A , .v i ■i ixH Ihindd K. Petersen iJjoni Jlerse Richard F. Fensler lhii ' i ' I . -Idliiisoii . l resident Vice President Secretary Treasurer Indian Wresllin rreat ' s Diversion Heap big noise. Actives Charles Andersen, Alliance. ' 53; Vance Arnold. Sutherland. Til; DnnaM Ben.son, Lincoln, ' 51; Earle Burnett. Jr.. Lincoln. ' 52; Robert Conover, Hridpeport. ' 53; Mark Dittman, Lincoln, ' 52: Gene Eno, Lincoln. ' 53; Kichard Fensler. Omaha. ' 52; Walton Ferris. Lincoln. ' 52; Robert Hal- lock, Iturwell. ' 53; Ujorn Herse, Oslo. Norway. 5I ; Alfred Johnson, Omaha. 51 ; Harry Johnson. Aurora. ' 51: Mark JohuMin. Stronisberp. ' 51; Peter Kaestner. Dearborn, Mich., ' 53 ; Kent Kelley, Heaver City. ' 53 : Joseph Lafcrla. Omaha, ' 52; Edwin Lane, Council Bluffs. Iowa. ' 52: William Mundell, Gothenburg. ' 51 ; Rudolph Xelson. Oakland. ' 51 ; Harold Petersen, Omaha, ' 51; Donald Peterson, Keystone. ' 52; Harmon RuHffson, Lincoln, ' 52; John Scharf, Curtis, ' 51: Robert Shively, Lincoln. ' 51. Pledges Darrell Adamson. Cherokee. Iowa, " 53 : DonaM Itcckcr. licHver Cily. ' 54 ; Richard Heyer, Bridgeport, ' 54; Thomas Boukather. Lincoln. ' 54: Lee Carter, Lincoln, ' 54; Simon Coalman, Fairbury, " 53; Donald Delli Paoli, New York, N. Y., ' 53; Richard Delli Paoli. New York, N. Y,. ' 54: Mar- Ian Downey, Falls City, ' 53; James Esles, Lincoln. ' 54; Robert Ficke. Lin- coln, 54; Jack Fields, Lincoln, 54: Roper Filch, Lincoln, ' 54; Kenneth Jacobs, Minden, ' 52; Donald Keeler. Lincoln. ' 52; Ronald Miller. Preston. " 54: James Petiijohn, Oregon. Mo., ' 53; William Pfeiler. Linroln, ' 54; John Schade, Enola, ' 53; Richard Skamscr. Lincoln. ' 51; Dale Turner, Linroln. ' 54; Howard Ulin. Falls City. ' 53; Harold Voter. St. Paul, ' 54; .Tohn Walsh. Lincoln, ' 53; Donald Webb. Barlley, ' 53; William Wilson, Oregon, Mo., 54. Page 374 ] Vilaliihon Hl-yer Vriilrrsen huukallirr Vniolil I ' dnliiiiiii II. ' . kir llrlli I ' Mlill l ll. ' ll nn 1 -Ili I ' atili li hlllliinii Ititwnry K.tio K l.- Kri.-I.r Firkff Filcli llnllurk ll. ' ro- .Inrnhs I.aiit ,1ohii tni. A. Miliidell lollllMlll. H. Nflson K«t ' tner Peeorsen Kflloy Peterson Lafvrla h L ' f. IVItijtihn Tumor Pffilpr I ' lin KulifVson ' oter S.lmil.. Webb -.rl.Krf Wilson Foiiiulcil at Now York City Cdlli-Kc, IH ' .i ' .t Estatilisliod at rniviTsily (if Xrlira.ska, lil ' jn Alplia riii Cliapt.T Sixtv cittlit fliapters (JriM ' ii ami Wliitc ::; bii Delta Sig Petersen was NUCWA head; Fraternity boasted three N club members llaidld I ' t ' tfiscii. iiri-sidc ' iit of M (WA, lic;i It ' ll Delta Siiniia i lii " s list of activity men. h ' l ' pn ' scntin.i, ' - the fratornity in |ml)lifatii ii- wtTc Huily Xclson ami Don I ' l-tiTson of Cnni slnicks business statT. Knlu-rt ConoviT ami Kohoii Shivi ' ly were in liand and debate. . 1 Jnlmson, Ken Jacobs and Ed Lane were nii ' inliers of X clnb and Walton Ferris was a lihii ' iirnif ])li(iti iira|)li ' r. Koliert Haddock woiked ill ( ' orn Cobs. Three annnal jiarties liiirhliirlited the Delta Siii social season. The fall Ajjache ball, the Carnation ball and the Sailor ' s liall in the s|irin,ir headed tlie list. iJoys (iallicr to Sinj. ' with Ike. IWiiijn. (luitnr Ahsnluteh) no place like ydiruxka. Page 375 Delt ' .s .Snowball riisuspecliny: liriitlier Fire escape offers getaway. Delta Tail Delta cla imed an outstanding crop of freshman athletes. Boh Decker, Max Ken- nedy, Bud R(jl)ertson, Duane Gay, Eldou Park, Jerry Bingham and Dick Grosshans all qualilied for the basic training. Kli iil)le Bachelor .Joe .McGill and George I ' ayuich. Keith Feiue, Harley Eichardson, Don Woods and Ray Mladovich played in varsity sports. Activity workers included Bill Adams, Tom McVay, Phil Xell ' , Don Crook, Kimon and Geoi-ge i aral)atsos, Bob Hasebi ' oock and Jim linscnijuist. .M ' tcr rt ' covering from tiie Delt Hangover partN, Dclts entertained at the Daughter-Sister pai ' ty and annual formal. Thirteen athletes dominated Delt house; Hangover party took top social honors Founded at Bethany C!ollege, 18.59 Established at Uuiversity of Nebraska, 1893 Beta Tau Chapter Eiglity-three Chapters Purple, White and Gold Adams Decker Beal Engler Berg Fait Bingham Firke Crook Fiene Davis Gay Gearke Haverly Grosshans Hockenberger Harvey. R. W. Hopkins Harvey. R. C. Hoppens Hasebroock Johnson Hatch Karabatsos, ■ Karabatsos. K. Lubker Keeney McClymonds Kfimedy MrGiU haflin MrVay Lander Mauch lioudon Mladovich Morri. ' ion Olson Mueller Park Nefr Pearson Nelson. 0, Pedersen Nelson. K. Rice Nicholson Richardson Robertson Tooley Sample Treniain Saxlon Vandel Simonson Warren Smith Woods Sprague Yeairer Stover Page 376 Artivt WiM » ' " - • ' ■ t " tHl.Tv.ii, NVIficti. " •! : Thoiim-, Iteti :. Krt l hlarkfti, ( hn»h». ' .J ' J : Dot . r. hdNS ' -tt. M ; KoWrl Kick . l)»v,, . .. . ' !..«..« iKuiaM lo-arki ' . hiinoln. ' ' ; Kii ' li«r i ii KalN. . U.. : Hamltl IImIi-Ii. I iixotn. ' al ; M»rrv II la. ' :.:i : Thoiua llnpkins. WVcpint; Wnlor. " . ' J: tJiinl- inT ' ' •- ' • . ' ' l; William Kcfiioy. Sioux Falls. Iowa, " iJ KirhartI lender. Aniniori ' . I ' a.. ' ■ ' ••J; John m ' - ' ' k T, WeNt I ' liinl. ' ' ' .i. Neal Mil ' lyiiunulit. l iii wuuiha. " . ' ' I: ' nionias MrVay. HrtMtk»u ld. Mo.. ' 51 ' K,an .. ' ' t ' . KaytrmiMl Mtmlitvirli. Omaha. ' ' .; C ' lar . ' ; Phillip Nfff. i;ritU ' | ' " " ' t. " ' I : Kris Nflsun. CfiiirAi • . ...... •».Miii. Valcntiiif. ' •■_ ' ; Huuanl IVar.son. WVstern Spniii ., III., ' y ' : Ht-no ' I ' Hirrnon. itinaha. ' . ' ' I: Jaiuf Ko-fiuiuiNl. Omaha. ' A2 : Harli ' v Kx-hanlsoii. l xiiicton. ■ ' • ' J: Herbert Saxton. Lincoln, ' .13; Kirhanl Simunson. Wiv ! Toint. ' .M: Kfilh Skalla. licatrice. ' . ' -: W ' illard Smith. I.exinirtnn. " .M ; Kaymund Siowr. Wo.it Point. ' . ' »- : KoIkti T(N»ley, « ' olumhuv :.:»: ( ' harU Tr« matn, hfatric ' . ' M : KlmtT Vai» l l. Miuhell, ■. " •I; John Warri ' M. Itfat riri . " . ' •:(: Donalil WwmIs. Ilaicler, ' j2. (icraM Itincham. Linroln, ' . ' 4 ; John Davis. Omaha. ' al: Kobi-rt iV.-kor. (tniaha. - ' •-1; William Fatt. Omaha. ' ■ ' 4: I uane iav. lteatri(- ' ' )4 : Kirh- aril i rtw..hanN. Ha tinhTx. ' ' ' I ; Ktxinry Harvt ' V, Vann -la. ' . " »1 : Knhert MaofhriKM-k. W« .«»t I ' oinl, ' " •4 ; lU-nry Morkt-nlMTtyr. roliitnhus. ' . ' yW : Svil Mo|») « iis. Marvanl. ' 7»4 : IJi ' itrc ' Karabalsos. Fairbury. ' . ' 4 ; Kinion Kara- hat.su . Fairhnn-. ' ' t ' 2: Max Ki-nni ' iv. ltt atrii-« , ' .■ 4 : I-.ewis I tlin. Linrnln. ■ ' •4: Walter Maurh, Hav ctt. ' ' •4: William Morrison. Abilene. Kans., ' 54; lilenn NVlMin, ( Vntral t ' ily. ■ ' »4 : Joseph Nicholson. Heal rice. ' " " 4 : KoWri Nirkoliie. Culumbns. ' . ' 4 : Khtnn Park. Lincoln. ' ' •4; Richard Hice. Lin- -oln. ' 4 : Han ld KotHTtsoti. I tea trice. ' 55 : Bert rand Sampli . Madison. S. I).. ' 54 : liernard Spraciif. Keil Tloud, ' . 4 : Lane Westntorelaml, I in- ...If. " .4 Jerry VractT. Ila tincs, ' 54. Delt ' s Dress Pheasants in Kitchen Fttithtrs off — tht n frifunf imn. Phillip V. NVff Kiclijinl A. Laiid ' T lldiry F. Pederst ' ii ThiJinas MeVav I ' resiilenl " irf l r( ' si ltMit Sccrt»tary Trt asurer V r r I. M iii _ J V i - .liiiMi ' s H. Sullivan . ( ' liai ' lcs Murnu ' istcr William C. Nuckolls l icliai-(l r . SkoiT PrcsidtMit Wee ] ! ' ( ' si(U ' nt Secretary TrcasuivT George Kollu-ll ( " racks the ]»(K»ks until Late ll iiirs TJnrc s no plan likt honn. Arlivrtt William Alexander. Holdrege. ' 52: Richard Asmussen. Norfolk. ' 51; Rob- ert Aten. Holdrege, ' " :i; Riohard Baker. Holdrege. ' 52: Lawrence Blaser, ( ' olunibu.s. ' 53 ; TJieodore K. Britt. North Platte. ' 52 ; Charles Burnieister, Walioo. ' 52 ; lioward Dennis, ScottsbluflF, ' 51 ; Donald Franklin. Omaha. ' 51; William Harris. Cheyenne. Wyo., ' 50; Robert E. Johnson. Omaha. ' 52 ; Robert W. Johnson, Lincoln, ' 52 : Harry Keep. Great Bend. Kans., 52; Thomas Kokjer, Sidney, 51 ; Kirk Lewis, Ord. ' 51; Jake Lowe, Omaha. " 53; Robert Lyons. North Platte. 52; Roger Miller. Ord. ' 51; Lewis Million. Sidney, ' 53; Clyde Moore. Lincoln, 53; Robert Moshcr, Lincoln, ' 51: Donald Neill. Lincoln. ' 52; William Xuckolls, Fairbury. ' 51; Leo O ' Brien, Lincoln, ' 51; Pavil Pflaslerer, Crete. ' 52: Rogers Kilter, Kearney. ' 51 ; George Rotholl. Tecnmseh, " 52 ; Riclmrd Salterfield. Ord, ' 51; Richard Skog. Fargo. X. Dak., ' 51; Ivan Slote. Lincoln. ' 53; Philip Spicer, Red Oak, Iowa, ' 52; Charles Stewart, Lincoln, " 51; Arnold Stras- heim, Lincoln, ' 53; James Sullivan, San Francisco, Calif., ' 51: Jerry Swanson. North Platte, 51 ; Richard Thomason. Lincoln. ' 51; Thomas Tolen, Ord. ' 53; Robert Wait. Sidney, ' 50; Robert Waring. Geneva. 51; James Wells. Lincoln. ' 53; Ralph Wells. Lincoln. ' 5 1; Norman Wilnes, North Platte, ' 52; Richard Worrall. Wahoo, ' 52: Sidney Wright, Lincoln. ' 51. Pledf es John Alden, Auburn, ' 52; Marvin Anderson, Omaha. 5 ' 1: John Beecham, Lincoln. ' 53; Donald Brj-ant, Lincoln, ' 52; Dale Buehrer, Sidney. ' 54; Harold Gallagher, Hot Springs, S. Dak., ' 54; Vince Galvin. Sioux Falls, S. Dak.. ' 54; John Gammel, Tekamah. ' 53; John Gibbs, Custer, S. Dak.. ' 54; Richard Lauer. Lincoln, ' 53; Richard Lynch, Kearney, ' 54; Byron MrLaird, Lincoln, ' 53 ; Jerry Minnick. Cambridge, ' 54 ; Ron Ovenden, Sidney, ' 54 ; Fletcher Peters, San Antonio. Texas, ' 54 : Richard Peters. Atlanta, Ga., ' 54: William Picard, Geneva. ' 52: Robert Pyche. Lincoln, ' 54; Frank Rademacher. Omaha, ' 53; William Rice. Lincoln, ' 53; Vincent Robinson, Kearney, ' 53; James Rose, Aubnrn, " 53; William Rose. Lincoln. " 53; Hill Ruff. Gerinp, ' 54; Bruce Schlaebitz, Lincoln, ' 54; Dennis Sweeney, Lincoln, ' 53 ; James Terry, Waterloo, Iowa, ' 53 ; Ray Wenk, Madison, S. Dak., ' 54; Diedrich Wiegand. Kearney, ' 54. Paqe 378 Alftfh ltl»i .r Ainlf r tm Urymii Art IT MiiflirtT A II)lt M•ll IttirntfiHifr Atrii Ih ' iihi " . llffrhmii (tiillimlu r Ki-rp (inlvin I ' AUiT 4 i nil III II t l « wis fohli-. l.ynrh Juliitsnii. R. K. Lyons Ji.hnsun. K.W. M.Lninl .Will Millrr NurkolK Million IVlors. F. Miiinirk IVlers. K. M(M»r» iMlaMiTiT Mu luT I ' iranl K« ' . W. KHdi ' iiinrlier Rollti-ll Rirt SihlA( hit£ Kitlor Sloli ' Kuhinson S| irer Knse. .1. Sirttslu-itii Wnrini; SitlliVAM Wells S vetMi« ' WiMlk Terry V.iciraiui TllOIIIH « II Wrltrhi Koiiiiili ' .l lit Willi.-iiiis Colli ' tjc. I ' : - ' Kstjlili-lif.l .-It rniv.-rsilv .if Nrhriisk.-i, iHJtS T iii l)i-lt:i Oiiiicniii Cliiiptcr Sixty liiiK ' t ' li:i))trrs Bin. ' :m,.I Im.I.I Spirits ran high at DU Stable Stomp; Mosher, Burmeister topped activity roster TinuH ' Piit Hnli MosIk T and Chuck Burmeister hi-ailcil till ' I r activity li t. Bnli iipliclil his Jnimci ' iit " s position as U ' imI ( ' ross president. C ' lnick worked in Kosinet Khili, t ' orn Cobs and Catlet nfticers association. He was also assis- tant Imsiness manager of tlie Hai and Junior class |)resident. Louis Million. Ivan Slote, Dirk Lynch and Bill Xuckolls were other activity workers, while Till Britt antl Xorman Wilnes represented I elta rpsilon iji s])orts. Sixty-eig-ht DL hrothers swung their );ntiiei at the annual Stable Stomp. Other top social events were the Lawn party and Orchid formal. They liarmonized to take second place in tin- Ivv Dav sing. ) ' Ciilcli Sfjitidii Wiifion Lift t Class ( ' . Ill liii it ' s iiff til sriiniil III I O. I Jiiplj.- t . Page 379 N.w House I ' laiif, Are Cheeke Far the future, a vision. I ' iriii Hoiist ' ])()sscss( ' (l tlip liiiioci ' iits iiitcr- frateniity scholarship-activity trophy. Heading the .uToup ' s outstanding list of activity men were Kcx Mcsscrsniith, Stuch ' iit council and Ag oditnr (if tlic Ii ' iiii; lu ' X ( ' rnni, .I;icl W ' ilsiiii and I ' iUgcnc li ' iilmisoii, Ag- Exec lioard; and Dick Walsh, daek Wilson, Paul Puni])hrcy and Kugene Kobinson, Com Cobs. Au liiiiMirarii ' s laiiked high with 11 Farm iidusc men in Block and Bridle and 14 in Tri-K. .Inlin Wilkinson was (. ' hancellor of Alpha Zeta and Jack Wilson, a member of Innocents s(jciety. Don Johnson, Art Becker and Don Beeves |ilayc(l ill till ' T OTC band. Revealed a- one of the fJi-ihlr P.aehelors at till ' Mortar i ' oard P all was Dick Walsh. Farm House took top scholastic honors; Twenty-five men were in Ag honoraries Fouiiiloil ;it University of irissouii, 190.) Established at University of Nebraska, 1011 Ten Chapters Green, Gold and Wliite AruiiTsori Edwards lierker Francko Croin (Jard Eberhart Hansen Kberspacher Hanson Johiisoh, G Heiss Karges Heuermaini Khiiia Hild Krnt:» ' i- Johnson. I McCahe I ' ui ' kiMl Messersniill) I ' riiriiard Meyer Pnniphrey Moody Rndin Paneitz KHwIin s Sandy Reeves Scliniidl Reynolds. ). Stone Reynolds. R. Stuber Robinson SvvHiison WilklMlS Walsh Wilkinson Watson Wilson Wefcer Wittier White V,.utl..r Page 380 Artier Kiilmi Aiiilvrxoii, York, ' . ' ■.I; Robvrt llork. Fr»iiioiil, T.l; Anlmr 111. kir. Albion. •. ' .:!: Km Croni. Pswiirr Cily, ' 5U; U»»ii l)« Mouilf. Aiironi, ' 51; .Sir»e KlMTliarl, ll«». ' u-ll. ' iS: Umii Eti«Ti | «i-h« ' r, S» anl. ' . ' ■I: ti Tii»e Kraiirkr. Walioii. ■, ' ■1; Kny »i»rJ. Ilvavrr CniwiiiK. ■. ' ;i: Kiilph Ilanarii. I ' alliiway. " .-J; Marvin Hai »oi . K« ' l Cloud, i. I)arr -ll llfix«. I ' «K -. •. ' !; KuKi-io- HHinTiuaiiii. I " liilli| .. ■■.1; Kalpli lliM, IMallMuoiilli, ' . ' .J; ;ror|:c .lohiiioii, Kairliiiry. ' .M ; iiill»-rt Karst- , . ll ioii. ' . " ■:!: Donald Ki rl. Lin- I ' ohi, ' M: Adrian Kliina. nl, ' ■■- ' : l " aiil Kniitfr, Ki. Calhoiiii, ■. ' .;i; Tliouias IdinilMTi. Cwine, ' M: Ki-niiptli Lux, l.inroln. ' VJ; llarrrll Mi ' ' alH-. Mis- Miuri Vallfy. Iowa, St; l-fv .Mi «»i r»iiiilh. Alliaiirv, ' rri; Kt-x lM •. M• nlilh. Alliaiirv, •. ' 52: Marvin I ' anviK, Kairbury, ■. ' .:! : Ijivirn ro|.k»n. Wt ' «l I ' oini, " .I; Cvrard I ' ritrhard, S|ialdini;. " l ; I ' aul I ' umiilic-ry. I.ynian, ' . ' ■1: Hob iTl Kadin, Wni llfacli, Kla., ' . " ■1: Owl Ka»lini;v tVniral fily, ' ' :1: Don- ald Kfrvtfv (Vnlral fily, ' .V. ' ; Roland Krynolds, Si. I ' nul, ' 52: KuKent- KnbinNon. o.hkosh. ■. ' .2: KoKer Sandy, York, ■.■ :!: rharl « Stubrr, St. .Mii ' hafl. " •2; .Vornian Sivan»on. Wavcrly. " .1: lilcn Viidini« v« r, Xorlh I ' lallf. ' .■ :!; I.inus Yrbka. flira. ' • ' ■i. Kii-hard WaKb. I ' lioa. ' J2; .leronii ' WarniT, Wavtrly, ■ ' !; KolM-rl Walson, VYcst I ' oini, ' . ' .H; Wayiu- Whilf, Auburn. •. ' •:!: Delmi-r Whililpr, Kairbury, ' . ' il: Kwrtill Wilkiui.s. l)e Will, •. " 2; Jobn Wilkin oii. Auburn. ' . ' .1: Jobn WiUiiii. Kwl Cluiid, ' . ' 1; Dayton Y ' oiitlfr. KunlU. . ' 2. I ' ltttjrrM .lo»r|di Kdward«. Auburn. ■■ 4 : Paul fVnNkp. Ho ki !.. ' . " l; Hvx Meyer, l ' hilli|is. ' ' 4: Donald .lubn on. Albion. ' Tii; Wayne .Moo ly. Auburn. ' 54: Dale Reynolds. Si Paul. ' . ' 4; t llo Srhniidl. tiibbon. ' . " ■:!; Kennelli Slone. h un t. ■. i4 ; .lames Weber. Holdreue, ' . " 14. I ' li ' il ' . ' cs rcrliiriii Siitiiiil;iy Diilii-- ViuitHiiiiiiii. iiiiolliir nil iiiiil liisl:. Diirnll llciss I ' loidrnt •hick Wilsiiii ' ii - I ' lTsiilciit EiiL ' ciic 1 li-iKTiiiiiiiii ScciTlar.v ■loliii Wilkinson Tn-HsiiriT O tlldl ■ i 9 1 1 J p p r. n p P P f I{(ilicl-| V;it; ' ls I ' rrsidi ' iit Halpli Selialx i-fT ' ic ' e President (Iii ( ' iirtis Seeretarv I ' iiiil S ;iii(l;i. .Ir Treasurer Cfird ra me Takes .Mniiii ' iitai ' SikiiH -lit l nil fl ' l III! ill nil . Artivea Thomas Anderson. Grand Island. ' 51; David Arnislronff. Omaha. ' -M : Jack Itarnhart, Omaha, ' 51; Kdward Berc, Omaha. ' 53: Eugene Ber . Omaha, ' " 1 : Van Kirk Bwnjer, Omaha. ' 54: Elmer Carlson, Lincoln. " 51; OeoTKe Coder, W ' ellfleet. ' 52 ; Guy Curtis, Imperial. " 53; Alan Curtis. Hy- annis. ' 52 ; .lack Davis, Kearney. ' 53 ; Charles Denser, Omaha, ' 52 ; Rob- ert Duckworlh. Omaha. ' 51; Robert Evans. Lincoln. " 51; Richard Pord. l- ' airbury, ' 5:1; Robert Gardner. Ansley, ' 51: Harold (Jilliland. Curtis, ' 51: Gordon Hcebiu ' r, Imperial. ' 51 ; Charles Hugrhes. Lincoln, ' 51 ; Ralph Koch. Wahoo. " 51; Edward Mcllnay. Central City. ' 51; Darrel Moreiand. Sinila, Colo.. ' 52 ; Robert Neal. Lincoln, ' 51 ; Larry Nordin. Omaha, ' 52 ; liernard O ' Brien. Omaha, ' 52; Kenneth Ohnian, Lincoln. ' 52: Robert Otte. Xeligh, ' 53; Leon Pfeilfer. Scribner. " 51: Robert Pfeiler, Lincoln. 5l : {ieorjTP Keicheubach. Lincoln. ' 52: Robert Reichenbach. Lincoln, ' 52; Wil- liam Reinsch, Geneva. ' 51; Richard Rice. Xeligh. ' 53; Ralph Schaherc. Oniniia. ' 51 ; Andre Schizas, Lincoln. ' 52 ; Richard Shinn, Dunninp. ' 51 ; .Tames Stroud, Lincoln. ' 51 ; Dan Sullivan. Tecuniseh. ' 51 ; Emil Swanda. . ' iiri;cnt. ' 51; Ray Swanson. .Ir., Lincoln. " 52: Don Wacner. Lincoln. " 52: KolH n Waters, Scotia. " 51: Robert Wehrnian, Xelson. ' 53: Gcorpe Wilri x. Lincoln, ' 52 ; Charles Wilscam, Lincoln, ' 51 ; Don Wiiikelman. Iitiporial. ' 53; Winthrop Wyman, Kansas City. Mo.. 52; Keith Young, Lincoln, ' 51. Pledges John l ailey, Omaha, ' 54; Donald Browning, Omaha. ' 54; Tlieodore Coflie. Omaha, ' 54 ; William Cozier. Washington. D, C, ' 54 ; Mark Crawford. Lincoln. ' 5-1 ; Jack Gardner. Ansley. ' 54; Harry Herendoen. Fort Wayne, Ind.. 53; Sterling Kaih. Kimball. ' 53: Charles KifTin. Omaha. ' 54: Joe Koch, Wahoo, ' 54; John McEIhaney. Lake Wilson, Minn.. " 53; Richard McKillip, Curtis, ' 52 ; .lack Manning. Cascade. ' 54 ; James Minikus. Omaha. ' 54; John Montgomery, Lincoln. ' 52; Donald Overholt. Omaha. ' 54: Frank Mnuk, Omnha, ' 53; Fred Seger. Omaha, ' 54: Thomas Stroud. Hy- annis, ' 54; John Sullivan, Erie. Pa.. ' 54; Jim Ticrnan, Long Beach. Calif., ' 54 ; John Tilly. Goodtand, Kans.. ' 54 : John " arrick. Meadow Grove. ' 54; Gus Wolf, Omaha. ' 54. Page 382 Aiiilcr. " !! llrounint; AriM tmiii; UiinjtT llnilev CarUtm lUrnhlirt CihIit Wre. K K roffie Here. K. i: t ll ItT l .i,k«.irll. l ' r«» ford Kvans I ' ltntH For.l I ' lirli.- (ianlittr, J. Hum- (innliicr. R. l i ilM r • iillilaiiil Korh. .1. ni «biu»r Ko.h. K. llorfitiliHMt M. ' KlhaiK-y H11CI1.X, Mrlliiay Knili MrKillip Kiniii Mniiitint; Niinliii Minikuh OBririi Miiitk Ohtiinn MnliltriiiiuTy 1)11. ' Mnr. ' IniHl Ovcrholt Xcnl PfiMfTtT I ' ffilt-r .shinn Keirhfiilmi ' h. •- Stroml. .1. K.M ' henhii.h. K. Siroiiil. T. lU ' ih.sfh Sullivan. D Si ' hnlM»rff Stillivaii. .r. SfKiT Swandn SwanjiOn Wt ' lirinan Tionian Wilrox Tilly Wilsrain Waener Wolf Warri.k Wyniaii Valfr Yoiiiiir Foiiiiilfil at riiivcrsity of Vircinia, ISOO Estnbli.shcil at I ' liiviTsily of Xdiraska, 1SS7 Alpha r si ( ' lia|iti ' r Out ' Iliiiiilrcil Twoiitvtlirc ' O Cliaptors Si-arlet, Wliite ami Green Berg, Pfeiffer wore the Innocents badge; Kappa Sig ' s entertained at winter formal Kjil i)a Sin ' s two Innocents, Gone Beru: ami I II IMcitVt ' r, Inl a loni;- list of activity iiiiiiclcil lifotlii ' is. (idle was ]iri ' si(lciit of liuiMns, cliair man of ( ' olk-i o Days ami jmliciary cliairman for Stmlfiit council. Leon was president of Kosimt Klul), treasurer of Biiililcrs ami a mcmlpcr of the Publications hoard. (►tiler Kajtpa Sig ' s on the activities roster wore George Wilcox, Kosniet Kluli and trea- surer of Student council: Jack Barnliart. busi- ness maiiai::er of the ( ' orxihskki!; .lack Davis, Corn Cobs and University Singers; and Bob lieichenliach, Daili Xilnasknii business stalT. Til sports. Harold Gillilaiid was Big-Seven wrestling champ and Dwighl lI.Ti ' iidccn i)layed varsitv basketball. Bortr Beats Boys to I ' lionc I ' .notii fi ' itrki I ri M ' ' Page 383 ' hi I)(lt Ciird Sharks Phiy Fast (Jaiiu- I ' iik( V. pitch — iir old iiKiiil. Five varsity sports were represented iit the I ' lii Dolt liouse. Football lettermen included All-Biu ' Seven Cliarloy Toogood, Jim Soniiiiers, Tony W ' iney ami I hitch Meyer; baskell)ali. I ' laii l ' )iitteidiani; wi ' estlino-. Ken P islier; ten- iii . .laniie ( ' iirran; and jiolt ' , ( " hick Battey. In addilinii. IMii Delta Theta tojjjjed tlie frateiiiity intramural iioint standing in all sjxirt events (•(un]ile1ed this year. Jidli Phelps headed the Candidate Jliieers as- sociatidu. Chai ' les Bressman served as vice president-treasurer of COA. Projects on both serious and social sides wei-e scheduled for Phi Delt ' s with a scholar- liip paity ami a Dogpatch ]iarty. Phi Delt athletes in five varsity sports; Bob Phelps presided over military group Koiiiulpd ;it Miami University, 184S K-t:il lislie l at University of Nebraska, 1875 Alplia Cliapter One Hundred Eight Cliajiters Blue and White Aldrich Carveth Anderson Colson Battey Devries Blocker Etmund Bressman Farmer Brittenham Fay man Capek Fisher Henkle (ierlarh H odder (iilinore Iloltprewe (iraef Holiz (Jiislafson Huston H alley K.-.-n.- Ht-rkeillivfly Kn-yniborj; M.-Virker Lau Maslin Ledinffhani Meissner I. o veil Meyer McBride Mockelt MeCann Mnrehead. .1. MrKenzie M.iiilu.ad. K. Phelps. Robert Aliin)j:er Pirkett Neely Knper Nelson Hnssell XilsRon Secord Peterson Soiinners Phelps. Uifhanl Stewart Weaver Str -ker West in St urges White Thode Winey Tnini| y WoodruiT Wahl Woodward Page 384 q ' J ' A Arliert John AnilerMin, Uiiruln. ' JJ ; I ' »ul Aiidrr ii. laiiroln. " S-J; limrlvK Ilmroy, Liru ' oln. ' S3; . ' harli- ' llrcMiiiaii, McMirlii ' » l. lii»». ' ,M : Dmii llriiu iili»iii, Hraily. ' .13; I)«li- t ' »| ' vk. Lliuuln, ' .M: Sti ' |ihfii fnrvi-th. Liiii-ulli, ' ' 3: Keith Colioii, Soiilh Sioux City. ' j;i ; Jauiic Ciirriiii, lliu ' iuis AirM, ArKvii- liiK, ' 31: Hon IHivriM. hlnroln. ' . ' i:!: Janii Kilw. r» wif« ' fily. ' ,11: Ko lnry E|i| , Hratrirr. ' 5 ' j : Don Kimunil, I.imohi. ' 31; Itulwrl Fayninii. Alrhisun. KanH., ' ' tJ; Kvnnplh Fishi r. (diiaha, Ti;!; Slanlry Ct-rlarh, Lin- I ' oln, ' . ' I ' J; Kobrri liilniorr. Omaha. ' 3:1; Davi.l iiraef. Saliiia, Colo.. ' 31; Paul (SutlafHun. iiuthvnhuric. ' 33; Thunias llarli-y. Limuln. ' 31; Jack (Iri ' kenlivi-ly. Omaha. ' 31; William Hrnklr. I.inroln. ' 31: William Hu |ilpr. I.inroln. ' 33; Kubvrt Holu. I.iii - iln. ' 3 ' . ' : .Sam Husinn, (ir»n l Uland, ' 3 ' J ; IVlp KtH nf. Linrttln. ' 31; Kirliant l.an. Liiif-t ln, ' 3 ' J; ' riiomAs Ltilinichan), .MiU ' hi-ll. ' 33; Kobvrt Mrtlriilr. Omaha. ' 33: .lohn Mil nun. I.inrnln. ' ' ti: Sii-| hi n .MrKmiic llvhrun, ' 3 ' ; Uuichl MtViiki-r. hinroln. ' 40: Kobi-ri Martin. Kvarnry. ' .VJ; Kirhard Mcis-incr. Uniaha, ' 51; Frank M»yrr, Lin- coln. ' 31; Rubvrt Morki ' tl, Lincoln, ' 3 ' J; John Mor ' hi ad. Fall» City, ' . ' ' J; KtMinvih Morehrad. Kalis t ' il.v, ' 31; Jo« Moruan. Vork. ' 5 ' J: JanipK Mun- Iter. Linruln. ' 33; Uavid Xwly. Omaha. ' 3(»; Charli ' s Xidson, Sirom hnri;. •51: Kirhanl l ' lu l|w, Linruln. ' 3 ' J; Kobvrt l ' h ' l|is. I.inroln. ' 31; Kiihnrd I ' irkcll. Linruln. ' 4U; Uiuis K i|» ' r. Liniuln. ' 33; l on Srrurd. Linruln. ' 3:i; Jark Sommens. Linruln. ' 3;i; William .sicwari. l.r.xiuKion. ' 31; Ruv Slryker. Omaha. ' .3 ' J; William Stursrs. L -.Mar!.. Iowa. ' 3 ' J; Irvintr Thodr. Im up Ciiy. ' 33: Charlfs TouKuod. Nurlh I ' laitt-. ' 31; Uonald Wahl. Omaha. ' 3 ' J; Walt Weaver. Linroln. ' 33; Fo.strr Woodward, Lincoln. ' 53; JaiU ' -s WtHidward. Lincoln, ' 51. t ' lrd fft William Aldrirh. Lincoln. ' 34; Don Blocker. Omaha. ' 54; William Farmer, FalK City. ' 33; Theodore Hollcrewe, Linroln. ' 54; Jerry Johns. I incoln. ' 34: Clair Krejnnborir, Xurih i ' lalte. ' 54; Eldun Lovell, Beatrice. ' 53; John Nils.sun. Omaha. ' 54: Robert I ' elersun, Omaha. ' 54: Wesley Slebbins, tiothenbuTK. ' 54: Robert Stryker. Omaha. ' 54: Richard We.stin. Omaha, ' 54 : Charles While. Linroln, 5 ' J ; Leo Winey, Shelton, ' 53. -Miiil Distriliiitftl iil I ' lii l ' li House Ayiiiii. ilith is III iriiik. D. Si(liu ' .MrXicki T ... I ' n ' sitlciit HichartI .Mcissiicr N ' ici- President Paul ' . tiustarsdu Secretary David Graef Treasurer ■P n o c- (T r i c c p n p n r p p r f i V, Q r f O P Q A ' ' ll Ifll: SI? I. Wayne Eisoiihart James Cornish Tlicodorc Wicdncr Fiji Uowiers Enjrage iu Contest iSix score keepers, hut no strikes. President Secretary Treasurer Historian inssTf Actives Jerry Horii;aii. Oiiiahn. ' 2 : Don Bloom. Omaha. ' 51 ; Rill Uridce. Nor folk. ' ■. ' !; Kfiinoth Brown, Columbus. ■■ ' )! ; Ted CanTum. Mitrlu ' H. ' " ;t: Rjfhard ( " arson, Lincoln. ' o2; Norman Case. Beatrice. ' " 1 : Williain Col " fey. Knshville. ' r 2 ; James Cornish. Omaha, " 2 : Robert Duis. Sidney. ' 51: Wayne KistMihart. MrCook. ' 31; John Elwell. Sidney, ' r 3; Donald KieM Omaha. . " rj ; Cene Gessner. Lincoln. ' »1 ; James Godfrey. Cozad. ' " fj Hichard GoH. Tekamah. ' 53; Paul Grimm. Blair. ' 53; Kdward (Jross Omalia. ' ■ ' ' •i : Jack Gwynn. Lincoln, ' 2: Georpe Hancock. Lincoln. ' ' ' .i W ' ayut ' Handsliv. Los Angeles. Calif.. ' 53 : Spvcrin Harkson, San Mateo, Calif.. ' 52: Donald Hodder. Lincoln. ' 51: Harold Holmquisi. Oakland, 5(t N ' illiam HoIm iuist. Oakland. " 52 ; Carter Iddincs. Hanunond. Ind.. ' 51 Matt Jaap. Omaha. " 51 ; Jack James. North IMatle. ■5;t : William Karrer, JlcCook, ' 53 ; William Keebler. Omaha. " 52 : William Knutzeii. Snn Mateo, Calif., ' 52 : I)onal(l Larson. Decatur. ' 52 ; J(din McCnnnell. Lincoln. " 52 James McMeekin. Lincoln. ' 51; Richard Mallett. Lincoln. ' 53; Gerah: Matzke. Lincoln. ' 52; William Melcher. Omaha. " 53; Cecil Metzger. Lin coin. ' 52 ; Louis Meyers. Fremont, ' 51 ; J. H. Mnhrman. Lincoln. " 52 Robert Olmstead, Lincoln. ' 50; Richard Olson. Omaha, ' 52; Jack Paap, Otoe. ' 51; Ronald Raitt. Ainsworth. " 5:4; Gerald Robertson. Lyons, " 52 Kenneth Robertson. Lyons, ' 51; (iUnn Rosentiuist. Lincoln. ' 53; Jark Rus sell. Kimball, ' 52; Darrell Scharman. North Platte, ' 51; James Schlietrer, Lincoln, ' 53 ; John Sinclair. Los Angeles, Calif.. ' 53 ; Calvin C. Solent, North Platte, ' 51 ; .lerry Solomon. Cnlbertson. ' 5 1 ; Waller Stephenson, Omaha, ' 51 ; Donald Slrasheim. Kimball. ' 51 ; Robert Swnim. North Platte, ' 52; l urketl Van Kirk, Lincoln. ' 54; .lames Waniseley, Sidney. ' 53: Theo dore Wiedner. Ravenna, ' 51; Robert Wolfe. Kearney. ' 52; Paul Woolwine. Pratt, Kans.. ' 52; Robert Yarwood. Omaha, ' 52. P!ed{jCit Nifk Adduci. Chicago, TIL. 52 ; George Berigan. Omaha, 52; Jack Ched- ester. Omaha, ' 54 ; Rol)ert Krirkson, Hartington, ' 53 ; Philip Kyen. Lin coin. ' 54 ; Phil Hughes. Ashland. ' 54 ; AVilliani James. Palmer. ' 54 ; John Kucera. David Citv. ' 54 ; Arnold Lalirs. Dakota City. " 52 ; " ern Lewis. Shubert. ' 54 : Kd ' McCoy. Los Angeles. Calif.. " 52 ; Jim McGeachin. Or- leans. ' 52 ; Joe Maly, Oinalta. ' 52 ; Murl Maiipin. North Platte. ' 54 ; Wil- liam Melville, Broken Bow, ' 54; William Nelson. Millard. ' 54; Jerry Pahner, ' rekainah. 54 ; Donald Peilerson. Omaha. " 54 ; Larry PedreK. Kimball. ' 53; Dexter Peterson. Omaha. ' 52; Jack Phinney. Mitchell. ' 54: Roger Poud, Lyons. ' 54 ; Kmerstm Scott. Denver. Colo.. ' 54 ; Danny Wol- kensdorfer, Herndon, Kans., ' 54. Page 386 HeriKBU. O. t ' orniitli Ufrih-mi. J. Kiienliart Itruu 11 Klufll Tarvin Krirk.tnti I ' ll C Kyen 1 ' hfile li r HolinqiiiM. H t.f- MUT Holinqiii !. W lioll .Uap tirintiit Jainvs. J. llRIH ' Ork Jiiiiieit. V. tlarkMiii KurrtT Mr Mint ll Kwl.IiT MHit ' nrhin KiH ' t ' ra Mnukt ' l«»tir .Mnu| iii l jirN4in .M. )rluT hew i Melvillo I ' HHp Mt-yiTs Palmer Mitlinnan Pedersen Nelson Pedreli OIntstond Peterson IMihiiiey iSolonion Pond Swnini Rosenqiiisl Van Kirk Russell Woolwine St ' harntaiin Yarwood Fouiuli ' d lit V;isliiiij;loii :iii l .li ' fTrrsun I ' liiviTsily, 1S4S Kst.il.lislioil !it fiiiviTsity iif Nel.r.isk.i. HON L:ini) (l:i Xii (liaptiT St ' v;Mity-niii ( ' li:i|itiTs Koviil Puriil. ' .. " .I Wl.ii- Phi Cam ' s retired Kosmet Klub trophy; Eight Fiji ' s were Husker varsity lettermen Slinw-iuiiiclid IMii (rnin ' s wmi tlu ' Kosmet Klnl) fall nviu ' with tlicir " • Maniialtan Merry- uii-iiiiiiid " , rt ' tirinir tin- Itt-yfar-old KK award tn their trojihy case. Their Iluiiieeniniiig pin- hall machine tlisplay ranir up third place and soloist Bol) Swaim sanix witli Fiji ' s to win lhe I y Day siuir. Hiiiiued Wayne Handsliy, Xick Addnci, Don P lnnin. Dmi Strasheim, Dick Goll, .liin (rodfrey, Paul (Jrimm and Don Bedker woie TTiisker letters. Jerry Matzke. .loiin Elwell. Boh Dnis, Glenn Kosemiuist, George Hancock and Jerry Solo- nion led the house in campns activities. Fiji Island i)arties gave housemother Mrs. Mae -Minier a husy time as she completed her twelfth vear at IMii Gamma Delta. P ' ootluill Holds Center el Attention (iiiiiK thrills — rill ruilio. Page 387 I ' hi IM ' s Kiiipldv TImmi- .Mce ' liaiiii ' jil Skill Til III III ill till TV. Plii Psi ' s claimed as their brother All- Aincricaii Boliliy Ticyiiolds, who also lu ' ld I ' riacc l (Fsiiict and Kligil)le Bachelui- titles. I irl licuiiT and lii-ad stiuleiit maiia.iicr Bol) ' rritscli alsd earned t ' ocitliall letters. i ' hi I ' si ' s wei-e also prominent in eaiiipiis pnlilieatiiiiis. Innoeent seeretai ' v and ( ' orn ( " olis ice president l iel Ku ka editeil the ll ' . " )] CoKNiirsKKK. Diek Billig, Kent Axtell and .lohn Sava.ne also kept the i)enoils t1yin,u- in Cok.n- iirsKEH, h ' dfi and . ' ( hi askd Blinpriiit. Cheer- leaders P iiek I ' auUen and Larry Andersen, alonti ' illi r iur liand and threi ' Kosniet Khiii niemliers, lilled the activity list. Sa V(hi.-t and fi. ' jli net set the sonth sea inland scene t ' lir the rauiuus i ' lii l a|i|ia I ' i Shi]i ■re -k party. Phi Psi Reynolds named All- American; Innocent Kuska edited 1951 Cornhusker FtiuinU ' il :tt W ' asliiiij tuii ami .Jcrt ' orsnii University, 1852 Establislied at University of Nebraska, 189.5 Alpha Chapter Fifty-four Cliapters Green ami Red Andersen. J. Driiliii Andersen, L. ( ' aiiibridu ' f Axtel! Collins Rackman Crawford Billig Davis Blankenship Day Dick Fricke Exstrom Fritts fiMiton Gass Fitzgerald Cilniore Franzen Harding Troi Ht-ndrickson Hollander. 11. Kuska. C. Hollander. K. Knska. D. ■Tackinan Knska. R. Karnett Ladds Kirschbauni Massey Kruse Miller Myers Repier Xohle. David Reynolds Noble, Donald Roberts Oldfather Savage Ol.sson Savillo Paschal Scliiernieyer I n«lson Scliroeder Thompson Schnllz Trits -h Srott Wells. H. Severs Well.s. S. Sherwood Williams Stephensoi) Yost Talbot Page 388 Ml r. a 1 f ik fea ■«■ 1 • a m O i (1 I. ' II ' . Lurry Aiiilcr rii. tiraiiil Nlaml. ' . ' ■:■; Kent Axlrll, Uralriri-, ' . 2: Rirhani llillit;. Omaha. °5 ' J ; Jaiiir% lllaiikrii l i|i. I.iiirulii. ' .M: Kotwrt Itritlin, Liu- rolii. ' 53; lirrr Crawfurtl. Otiialia. ' - ' ' ' J: Doiiii Itavin, Lincoln, ' 51: John Uii-lt. Premuni, " Sa-, Uubrri K.v,rr. Na|KTvillp. 111.. ' 51; Larr - Franzvii. Holilrvse. ' 53; Kobvrl Trirkr. Anhlanii. ' M; Waller (iaHit. S«war l. ' 51: Klliui (iilmorv. Umaha, ' 51: Hnirr Hrnilrirk»un. IlolilrvEi . ' .Vi: Rirhant Hullander, Omaha, ' 51: Riiharii liovondii-k, CraiR, ' 52: Horbprt Jaiknian, (irant. ' 52: JaniM Klm-hhatini. liranil I land, ' 5 ' J : Riihanl Kiiaka. Omaha. ' 51: Ia»iU Lrhnian. Kl PaM . ' I ' ex., ' 53: Kiluin !. •» i ' . Knll Cil.v. ' 53: Robert Mjrr . Rapiil I ' ll.v. S. Dak.. ■. " 3: Daviil .Null!. ' . llnnli«. ' 53; Duiiahl Xoble. Ilulilrvex. ' 53; Alan Oldfather. Ki ' ariu-.v. ' 53; John Ol.won, Linroln. ' 51; CunKilon l auNon. Omaha. ' 51; David l hi|i|ts, Lincoln. ' 53; Riclivnl RfKit-r, San Liiin Obihiio. Calif. ' 52: KoIuti Kv.viioldK. Grand NIand. ' 53; Jaml Ruherl . l «xine1on. ' 52; John Savntff. Oninhn. ' 5;t ; Jorr.v Schii ' rme.vi ' r, llcalricc. ' 52: John .Schrocdcr. Omaha. ' 52; Rirhard Srhtiltx. ( ' ulunibuft, ' 53; John Sroil, Anliland, ' 52; James .Slophpnson, Ne- braska Cil.v. ' 53; Robrri Trilsch, l ' laii moiilb. ' 51; .Siuari Widls, Omaha. ' 53; Donald William. . Rorky Knrd, ' olo., ' 53; llii ;h Villinin . Omnlin. " 52; l arry Vosi. Krrmont. ' 5;t. • ' -■ .).• ■ Icrr.x AiidiT i ii. (iraiid Inland. ' 5:!; ICidnTI Ilnt-hiiiAn. Crnnd I.- lnnd. 54 ; William i ' amliridep. Omaha. ' 5;t: Doitaltl Collins, Lincoln, ' 54; Thomas Day. Lincoln. ■5-1 ; Arthur Kxstroin, Holdrcijo. ' 54; Jerry Fenton, Lincoln. " 53; Jack Kitzet-rald. North I ' latlc. ' 54; Don Frci. (.irand Island. ' 54: Dwiitht Friti.s. Omaha. ' 54: Xcl.son Hanlini;. Omaha. ' 53; Harold Hoi- laiulcr. l lnaha. ' 54; Bernard Kancicser. Nebraska City. ' 54; Honalil Kar- neit. Omaha. ' 54: I ' aul Kriisc. Omaha. ' 54: Calvin Kiiska. OmaliH. ' 54; Dan Kuska. Chadron. ' 54; .lark Ladds. Shenandoah. Iowa. ' 53: James .Mas.sey. tirnnd Island. ' 53; Thtimas .Miller. Columbus. ' 54; Richard Pas- chal. De .Moines. Iowa. ' 53; Dudley .Saville. Lincoln. ' 53; Donald Scott. Ashland. ' 54: Robert .Severs. Lincoln. ' 5:t; Robert Sherwood, Orleans. ' 53; Charter Talbot. Ilroken Itou . ' 5;t: Rii-hard Thompson, t remont. ' .54: HtiKh Wells. Omaha. ' 53. I ' lii I ' si ' s Clfiiii ii|i for Dinner Dates Saliirilaii iiiiihi -— inirk nn for plnliji. Rii-liaril Kuska I ' n ' si.l.-iii Herbert JacUmaii Ni ' ' ' I ' lfsitli-iit Jerry Seliieriiieyer Secrftarv Hieliaril Billij, ' Treasurer r i V V fllflb ? O D p ; Wjirrcn I. Andci ' son President I)()nh ' Klein Seeretary Curtis N ' eiiell Treasurer Pledjres Form Disliwashinp " ( rew Sfiii i ' n H-ffff r funis L ' f f i ihs ii s dfint. Actives Warren AndtTsim. Aurora, 52 ; Bernard Costello. Onialia. ' . ' •I: Diiane l tM- lering, Kichnionci. Calif.. ' 52; Earl Dunning:. Seattle. Wash.. ' . " I : Owayne (lardner. Max. ' ' 1 ; Donald Hoffman, Omaha. ' .■)2 ; Frank Hoffman. Omaha. ' .t3 : Charles Jolinson. Omaha. ' . ' 2 ; John Keuchel. Omaha, ' ol ; Donley Klein, Omaha. ' 51 ; Josepli Kocheiek, Omaha, ' 51 ; Waliare Loerch. Teka- mah, ' 53; Patrick MrGowan, Columbus, ' 52; John Matthews, Aurora, ' 52; Don Metcalf. Newcastle, " 51; Frank Maycoch, Omaha. ' 52; Albert Xaher, York, ' 52; Herbert Naber. York. ' 52; Lee Nelson. Omaha, ' 53; Gene Nor- ton. Elffin, ' 52; Leon Novak, Brainard. ' 52; William Odman. Lincoln. ' 52; John O ' Neill. Chicago. III.. ' 51; Andrew Sheets, Edinboro, Pa., ' 52; Charles Sheffield. Ogallala, ' 52; Georce Spatz. Seward. ' 52: John Sleven. York, ' 52; John Stulinski. Omaha. ' 52; Curtis Venell, Shickley, ' 52; Don- ald Warnke. Sterling, ' 53; Lawrence Wiedmaier, Falls Oily. ' 52. Plrdfieti Paul Armitstead, Lawrence. Mass., ' 52 : Edward Husmann, Oi;allala. ' 53 : Emerson Inks, (irand Island. ' 52; William Kolb, Lexington, 54; Donald Leonard. Madrid. Iowa, ' 5-1; Charles Lowry. Columbus. ' 54; Floyd Mason. York. ' 54 ; Wallace Palmer, Steele City, ' 52 ; Gerald Reinhard. Broken Bow. ' 52; Everert Stevens. Fremont. ' 53; Paul Steube, Auburn, ' 54; Charles Waymire. Sterling, " 53. Page 390 £■ Atiilfrituii ArmtiKicad OK(fllil |)i itt riitt; Diiitiiini; (iardiirr ll«ilTiniin. 1 . HMfTiiian. V. tliisiiiBiin Leoimrd I.o« ry Mrliowmi Mitxrn Miitlhi ' W.s .Miiyrorli o h dk .M. t.ftlf N.ivak N ' iiIht. a. Odniaii Nab .r. H. PaliiuT Nflsoii KviiiliAnt Norton ShiM ' ts siifnirtd Sinlinski Spilt Wnell SU-ii».o Warnke Stevi ' iis Wayniirc v;r..v.... WitMliitaier FdiiiirliMl :it Cli.-irlcstdii CiilleKf. 1!MH Krit:iblislii ' il .It riiivcrsitv if Xeliraskii, IIH. ' u ( ' li:i|itcr Forty ciglil ' li:i|itcrs Blii iiiKl (iulO Pi Kap ' s win traditional game pennant; Three annual scholarship awards given F ' ' oothall lu ' ld spoc ' iiil intcrt-st t ' (ir tin- Pi K;i|p ' s tliis vciir willi Kil lliisniann and Georffc i ' roliaska dii tlif varsity tt-am. Aildcd attention was I ' l-nterc ' d on tlu ' Xfliraska-l ' i-nnsylvania State g ' amo since a traditional ])( ' nnant is awanlod to the Pi Kappa I ' lii t-liajiter of the school winninir the sranic Tlircc scliolarsliip awards wliich arc pic- sented annually stimnlatt- scliohistic inti-ifst at the I i Kap iionse. The awards are received by nu-nihers havinic tlie higiiest weigjlited avera,u:es. Presentation oftlie Rose Qneen at the annnal liose formal and the liarhor Liirlits fall house party tojiped tlie chapter ' s social calendar. I ' i l ;i|i " s I ' ll! (■ri ' I (III CliaiittT Hoidii Wiill Flllll niitfl sllll III SKJII ; ■(. Page 391 l|(.rls, ' S.M nl; (iris rildiTwaV Jit SAE l ' )( ( ' siKiii ' s lirniii nut stii-ks. xkiihs. Basketball held the center of attention at the SA K house. Tlie five Sig Alplis wlio i)hiyeil on tlie arsity team were Jim Buchanan, Bud Ward, .lini Snyder, Gus Lebsock and Eon lioeder. in intramural sports, Sig Alph ' s were tops in swimming, volleyball and golf. Joe Gif- ford clinched the Big Sevt ' ii golf title last pring. Working in acti ' ities with Innocent John Mills were i ili Dugan, Xorninii K ' asmussen and Bob McCuue. The SAE Missouri Tigei- lloat won lir t piize ill tlie lioiiieconiing parad e, l- ' mm the Wild we t t(i tlic Bowery jiarty, S. i ' s siiared frater iiit ' fi ' llowship. Float took Homecoming parade honors Basketball in spotlight at SAE house; Fomulefl ;it I ' liiveisitv of . i:Ll :Mii;i. iH. ' iri Est;ililislii ' il ;it riiivorsity of Xcbi:i.sk;i, 1S93 l,:ini) (l:i I ' i Oi:i])ter One lliuiilic ' il ' ruciity si ' vcii ( ' li.-i|it( ' i ' S rui|ili ' ;in(l Gcilil Archerd Bradley Auffustin Brown. G. Baehr Brown. J. Bartizal Brubaker Beaclily Biiehanan Bealty Biirris Beerliup Carnaby Carter Dudley. 0. Cochrane Evan.s. B. Cox Evans. J. Cramer Gilford Crosby Griatrs Desmoiul Hainiltdii DvidU ' y. 1), IlaintiKHitl Harris Johnson. C. Haydeii .]ohnsi)n. R. Hoover Jiiuvenal Huber Keller Tmig Kinzie Irvin Landers Jensen Larsen Leach Mills Lebsock Morgan McCune Moschel Mesiner Myers. .). Meyer. I . Myers. R. Meyer. W. Norton Miller Oslund Outlionse I ' olile Packard Quini) I ' eatrowNky Rasnnissen. N. V. Perrine Rasmussen. X. U Perry Rasmnssen, W. PelersoTi Ready Phillips Kickly Roeder Snyder Sampson Ward Schuchnrt Wed.ile Seovitle. J. Wellensiek. K. Scnvilh ' . n Wellensiek. P. Shaiiihott Wellinirer Sistek Wyihers flf Page 392 [ Msd MeiiUt ' ll Arrhvrd, liineoln, llai-hr. t.uiii: M( arh. t ' alif., i|iii t, l.cxink ' tMii. ' ' ; Dull UoniiUl AiitriiHliii I. I.. X1 llnrrt-« rarimtn Ktfiifiiiftw, ' ' •! : Mii w..)., ' .I: itill H«M- ' arrv lUmrii. _ Jiiliii Uiirrii, t ArriiU t arier. Itlair, LiiH-uIii. ' »J : UouiflaN l u.l Til; hnrlc! Itutcait. iiUui ohi. " .1: I)av» ' I ' l-airnw ky. Oiitaha. ' .M : liriue iN-rrino. . IV-rrv. UiiK-oln. ' ' t ' .i: Krvin I ' iMitmhi. Uiiu-nln, ' ' »:»: John Willis I ' oliU " . htiiruin, ' •I; N«» ' l HasmussiMi. Oiiialia, Contral KtilMTt Hartizal. I.iiuoln. ' . ' •I: UunaM Uf«liy. Omaha. . " 2 : (ilen Hccrlino. Alliaitt-f. ' . " 1:1 : (W ' rahl Hrnwn. SinihfnvilU . Ohio. ■ ' »• : .laiiit ' s Urowii, Sleu- iHMivilhv Ohio. ' jI; La i l Corhraiu ' . Sroitshluff. ■ ' ■►4 : Ala?i ( ' raiiuT. Wayno. ■ 4: Lcroy ( ' rushy. Omaha. . " »-l : Tom FrtM-l. Liiicohi. ' I : Hill Fr -. Heat- rice. ' . ' ' 2: (ieralil (:a-H . Ki l i lond. ' ' :(; 4 ' lif Haniilmti. Ijimoln. ' .i4 ; Jim HarriH. imaha. ' » » : .lainrs Hnovt-r. hinroln. ' . ' .1; William HuIkt. Omahi. ' ' y ' 2: Dtiiiahl liiiiiT. Sfwanl. ' ' 1; Kohfri .Tohnsoii. Coiinril Itluffs. Iowa. ■. ' »4: Hoh Kro» ' nk . Oodcf. ' ' ' - : Allan Lainltrs. rinriiinati, Ohio, ' . 4; Thomas I.arsi-ri. Liiu-olii. ■. ' »4: .I»«k Loiiir. N« lMm. ' . ' »4 : I ' harU-s May. Fre- moiil. ■. ' »4 : iVrry M» ' y»»r. Hanrroft. ■. i4 : William MIIUt. Su-rlintf, Colo., ■- 4 ; Kii »4 ' ll Mi ri:ni». KIwwmI. " i4 : .lanifs OiilhouM-. I »u|t ' iiy. ■.%4 ; .Tamos (Juinii. Omaha. " . ' ■: : (M ' orcf Kfa«ly. Hartini;(oii. ' .j4 ; Donald SampsoTi, Ontral ' ily. ' .■ 4 ; Frank Sihiitharl. Omaha. ' ■■4 : Hob Settell. Lincoln, ' .■•4; Sam Vllor. Lincoln. . »4 : Hoy WytlnT.-.. Lincoln. ' . " •4. Iloiiu ' comin-r Display (Ji ts I ' liini -loi) .!. .. blip— Alpha Chi ' s. .Tolin -Mills I ' lrsi.lent Willi;mi i)iiir;iii X ' ici- President •Jaiiu ' s Cox Sccrctjiiy Cy Johnson Treasurer C- n r t n - m, Ml ' M P O p M.f ;i.i;? o n c P o o c ' Mali . } G P P f (» P e " J Leonard Biisli Picsidf ' tii Josei h Polaek Secretary Ira E])steiii Treasurer Siiinttiie ' s i re|)ai ' e for Saturday Dati ' s done — :7 ({ " clock sluuhncs. Phillip Alberts, Omaha. ' . ' :!: Arthur Epstein, Omaha. ' 53: Paul Gaiter. I inroln, ' . ' 1 ; Jordan Halper, Rrooklyn. N. Y.. ' 51 : Marvin Hornslein, Oiiiaha. ' ol : Marvin Kohll, Omaha, ' . " iS ; Fore.st Mozer, Lincoln, " 51; Leon- ard Mozer. Lincoln. ' . " )2 ; Leonard Pachnian. Lincoln. " 51 ; Joseph Polaek. Omaha. " 51 : Merle Potasli. Omaha. 53 : (Jilbert Rosenberg. Diicapo. III.. ' 52; Sidney Kubin, Tecumseh, ' 52: Kenneth Sacks. Touncil lilnffs, Iowa. ' 51 : Jack Swedelson, Sjonx Falls. S. Dak., ' 53 : Jerome Wassennan. Omaha. ' 52 : Eugene Wohlner. Omaha. 5:t : Milroy Zveitel. Hrand Island, ■5;l. Paul Alperson. Omaha. ' 53: David Cohen, Rock Point. Mo.. ' 54: Gerry Kellman. Omaha. ' 54; Allan Garfinkle. Leavenworth. Kan.s.. " 54; Harold Gladstone. Hampstead. X. Y., ' 54 : Joseph Kahn. Omaha. " 53 : ( harles Kolofsky. Scotisbhiff. ' 54: Jack Monderer, Brooklyn. X. Y., 49 : Ramon I ' red, Lyons. ' 54 ; Barton Roohman, Omaha, ' 54 ; Judson Rochnian. oniaha, ' 53; Jerome Spitzer. Omaha, ' 54: Donald Silverman, Omaha. ' 54; Arthur Steinberp, Onuiha. ' 54: James Stern, Omaha. ' 54: Gerald Veiiiberir. ( iitiaha, ' 54. Page 394 AUhtIh K|iMi-iii. A AI| er oli K|i«ifiii, 1. llu .h Kflliiinti ( ' ulii ll tlalliT Huni U ' in (inrtiiikli- KnIhi itlaiNluiif Knhll Mlli ' r Knl if ky Pol.rk .M.. .r. F. IViihIi Mo «»r. I-. I ' r.-.l l ' «.liin»n lio. Iiliinn. It. Sarks Kurhiiian, J. Silvcniiaii RospiiWri: Spilzer Fotiiiilt ' il ;it City " ' (ill« ' Kc (if N ' i ' w Voik, l!i(l!) Est;il)lisluMl jit riiiv( ' r»ity of fl i!isk:i 1920 Sigiiiii OiniiTdii (lijiptcr Fiftyiiiiic ( ' li:i|ilt ' rs riirplc- :iii l WliiK- Slern V» s Tiii»r» WoinberK Wohlner Zveitel Sammies marked 25th anniversary with representation in activities, honoraries Siiininics witc wi-ll icpicsciitcd in Una iuitl ( ' iini (nil .irtivitics. Aiti c nicinliiTs in Corn ( ' ()li v r Vi (laltiT ami Leonard Bnsli. Wliilc Art Kpstcin, (u-rry Ft ' Uiiian and Ira Kpsti ' in ri ' portfd for tin- linii. Ira Kpstrin was also a cliccrlcadfi- aiid a nicinlicr of tlie irymTias- tifs train. Ainonu ' tile SaniMiirs in ari(Mis lionorark-s wcrr Don Silvoriiian and Ji-rry Spitzor, Xu Mfd: Sidiu-y Wni in, Tlida Xn : Forest Mozor, I ' i Mu E])sil()n: aTid I ' anI (laltiT. Delta Sienna Uhu. SisTiia Alplia Mu ' s eelehratod tlieir Jotli year on tlie Xeliraska canipns with the Silver Anni- versary t ' ornial. This dance cliniaxed the year ' s soeial fnnctions. Boys K ' ))lafe UntkiMi S ' vsw Fixtiir ' s Thi liylils t ii I ' ll iiii ' ini. Page 395 Sig Chi Pledges Upliold Timeworii Triulitioii Six little shoeshine hoiis. Varsity t ' oothall players Jerry Feruuson. Bill Mueller, Bui) Mullen and Ted Connor headed the list of athletes at the Sijrma Chi house. Others were Bob Barehus and Dan Tolman, track: Hick Sjianiiler, i olf; and Del Hraiideii- biirii ' , liasketljall. Tom Donohoe concentrated his attentions on Kosmet Klub, while Jim Downiuii worked in Corn Cobs. Dan Tolman and Eldon Schat ' er also represented the Siij- Clii ' s in Corn Col)s as sophomore workers. SiiiTna Chi derby. Casino party, jtletljie Sweet- heart daiu- " and the annual Sweetheart l)all were noted ])aities on the fraternity ' s versatile social caicudai ' . Eight varsity athletes found at Sig Chi; Sweetheart ball was traditionl highlight Founded ;it Miami L ' liiversity, 185.T Establislied at University of J ebraska, 188.3 Alpha Epsilon Chapter One Hundred Si.vteeu Cliapters Blue and Gold Abernethy Bridges. E. Barchus Bridges. M Barnard Brooks Bohinonl Carper Brandenburg Colling Curtiss Heidelk Dawson Hofgard Donohoe Holder Dnerr Horner Dunbar Hunter Ireland MoKie Jensen Ma her Klasek Martin Kui ler Morrow Law lor Mullen. H. Mullen. K. Pyrhe Niehaus Russell Ofe Schafer Poulos Scheer Princp Schneider. Denny Srhiu ' ider. Sweet Donald Thomas ScoU Tolman Smith Trumbull Spearman Wright Stacy Stout Page 396 kJi 1 lU ' J» %.ti lUiiwTt it«rrhii«. St ' nitftMuff. ' 3; Darrvll Brntlfuburi:. Liberty. Ind.. ' 51; Frfilfrirk Itrurnini;. Haniit oii. ' 5 ' J : CliATord Ctl l tt•n on, riiapiM !!, ' •!: J Tr ' ( illini;, WilMinville. ' 5:1; TeU Cunnur. HaMlini «, ' ' ' A: Kirhani t ' or- (Ifll. Linruln. ' ' ' J: Cliarlcs ( urtJu, (ieiicVA. ' TJ; Koberl Dauxiii, Lincoln, ' •• : John l «»an. Hatiinp . ' 5 ' J ; Thimiaft IiunuhiH ' , Srottf«hlu(f, ' 51 ; JaniPM Dowiiity, ScutlftblufT. ' 5 ' J : David Duwninf, Su|»t«rior, ' 51: La vri nr« Uiin- nin . luijifrial. ' 5ft: l avid Kni;i l. Linruln. ' 5 J; Kuti«Tt KsiiftfrfM. Oiiinhn, ' 51: (Jtrald K« rcu on. St-utt.tblufT. ' 51; RoImtI IluldiT, Ain «uorll). ' 51; Kdward Moniby. Linruln. ' 5J: Alan J«ni«en. Frvniunt. ' 53; Ku j»oll KuKler, rulb riHun, ' 51 : J. .My run Lan pa. Itrainard, ' 5U: llrnjauiin l.e4fnard. Ain wu lh. ' 53; John Mahtr, UeviU Lak( X. Uak.. ' 51: Paul MrKit . KihI Oak. Iowa. ' 51; William Morruw. AlHanrt . ' 51; William MuflliT, Omaha, ' 51: Robvrt Mullrn. ' onn lUville, Pa.. ' 5 J ; Edward O ' Sbca, Linroln. ' 51; John Pnuluk, Linruln. ' 5 ' ; Kirhanl Kiri . Crriehtun. 51 ; KIdon Srhnfer, Mr ' o« k. ' 5;t: Ikunald Srhnt ' ider, Norton, Kan .. ' 51: Rirhnrd Spanpler. Jr., ianruln. ' 5 ' . ' ; mmald Stacy. Omaha. ' 51 ; Jnint ' s ' DiotnnN. Linruln, ' 5 ' J. JameK Alurnethy. St-ottsblufT. ' 53; Allon ItarnanI, Lincoln, ' 53; Donald Itohmont, Lincoln. ' 53 ; Jim Uo« ttcht ' r. Wyniore. ' 54 ; Edson Uridifi ' s. Omaha. ' 54; Marvin Itridcfu. Omaha. ' 5 J ; Raymond Itrooks. McCook. 54; Allan Tarper, Murray. ' 54; Bob Donohnt . Sruit blnflr. ' 54; Hob Downine . Superior. 54; Rirhard Ducrr. Liberal. ' 54: Donald Dunbar, MrCook. " 54; Phil Hoidelk. Fairbur . ' 54; Pete Heinl elman. Lyons. ' 54; William Hof- can!. Scoltfcbluff. ' 54; Robert Horner. Atkin on. ' 54; William llunler. Omaha, ' 51 ; (teorife Ireland. Lyons, ' 54 ; John Kaveney, Linroln, ' 53 ; Stewart Kindler, Tekamah, ' 54; Stanley Klasek, Wilbur. ' 54; Mike Law- lor. Lincoln. ' 54 : Warren I on ;, l incoln. ' 5;{ ; Bennett Martin. Linroln, " 54: Jark Morrow. Alliant-e. " 54: Henry Mullen, I ' onnellsviMe. Pa.. ' 53; John Niehau.s. Sui»erior. ' 54: Carl Ofe. PlatLsnioulh, ' 54; Neal Prince, SrottsblufT. ■5;i; Fre l Russell. Ha stiniTN, ' 54: Je4irt;e Scheer. Madison. ' 54; Denny Schneider, Linroln. ' 54; Stanley Scott. McCook. ' 54; Stan Shum- Hay. Lyon. . ' 54: Roper Smith. Lincoln. " 54: Prank Sorenson. Lincoln. ' 54 : Bob Spearman. Ainsworth. 54 ; William Stout, (tranl. 53 : Sidney Sweel. Hartiuffton. ' 54: Richard Tavi.s Lincoln. ' 53: Dan Tolman, Indi- anula. ' 53; Carr Trumbull. Scottsbluff. ' 54; Wayne Wricht. Alliance. ' 54. Sig ( ' hi ' s Knjratrt in J5nsk Uall (iHinr With Ahtftiaflnf af fff ' " ' • Ddiialtl (!. St ' hiii ' iiliT I ' n-sidcut •liimcs E. TliiHiias Vice I ' lfsidc ' iit Jerry 1). Colling SiHTi ' titn- Russell Kufrlcr Treasurer Cm P t I ti ,f c f r» ' « O (f ■ ' , -- r f n Cj ( - p C O p o rt j ii t ' . ilk . r ri c tjP a n r a ' Ji. i Joliii Wilson H(»lMTt Huss. ' l . E.i ;ir.l Wills . Kohrrt liojrers . Ilomeeoming Float Depicts Bell President Vice President Secretary Treasurer A f lives Krlwhrrl Arkermaii. Lincoln, ' 52; Lyle Altman. Salina, Kans.. ' 52; Rich- ard Axloll. IJeatrire. ' 53; George Babrork. Chadron, ' 53; Dwiii Itatrlielder. CJieyeiiiie. Vyo.. ' 52 ; Roberi BenninErton. Chappell. ' 51 : William Ilesi, LiMiETinont, Colo.. ' 53; Joe Brown, Lincoln. ' 51; William Bunlen. Chey- enne, Wyo.. ' 53; Charles Carolhers. Broken Bow, ' 51; Harr - Carpenter. Sioux City. Iowa. ' 51; L. B. Day. Lincoln. " 53; Herman Dinkla e. Wis- ner. ' 53 ; William Douglass. Lincoln. ' 53 ; Richard Dunnuck. Normal. HI.. ' 53 ; Donald Duitcni. Lincoln. " 51 : Richard Duxbury. Lincoln. " 53 : Her- bert Entrdahi. Omaha. ' 51; Loren Gaeth. Fremont. 52; Hile Goodrich. Crawford. " 53: .lohn Hansen. Dodge. ' 51; Byron Hays. Kansas City, Mo., " 51: Howard Herbst. Cheyenne. Wyo.. ' 53; Robert Hinde. Lincoln. ' 51: Byron Hooper. Haslings. ' 51; Marvin Horton. Salem. ' 53; Lorcn Johnson. Oakland. ' 51; Alfred Jussel. Wauneta. ' 51; James Kaasch, Scottsblnff. ' 51; Donald McClanahan. ScottsblnfT. " 52; William Maxe. Brainerd. Minn.. ' 51; Charles Moyer. Johnstown. Pa.. ' 51 : Homer Mnnson. San Bemad ino. Calif., ' 52; Francis Nagle. Lynn, ilass., " 51: Bernard Xevin. Lincoln. ' 53; Doane Pickering. Lincoln, ' 53; Thomas Podhaisky. Alliance. " 52; James Pollock. Stanton. 51 ; James Ponder, Gering. ' 53 ; Frederick Ranch, Grand Lsland. ' 53; Donald Rauh. Salina, Kans.. ' 52; Thomas Recht. Ed- gar. ' 53: Roberi Roeser. Ogallala. ' 52; Robert Rogers. Sionx City. Iowa. ' 51; Robert Rnssel, Salina, Kans.. " 51; Earl Schneider. Snyder. ' 51: John Schnmacher, Lincoln. ' 52 : Jai-k Srott, ( onncil Blnffs, Iowa. ' 51 ; Donald Shepard. Omaha, ' 51; Richard Smith. Omaha. ' 52; Frank Soren- son. Omaha. ' 52; Barry Thies. ScottsblnfT. " 51: Clarence " Trauni. Merrill. Iowa. 53 : George Turner. Lincoln. " 52; Elliot Wagner. Gothenhurg. ' 51; Gerald Warren. St. Edward, ' 52: Donald Weyenbnrg. Glenvil. ' 51; Robert Wible, Lincoln. ' 51; Edward Wills, Scottsblnff. ' 53; John Wilson. Glen- wood. Iowa. ' 51; Philip Young, Oakland, ' 51. Raman Ayars. Lincoln. ' 54; Eugene Ballou. Lincoln, ' 54; James Camp- bell, Sheridan, Wyo.. ' 54; Albert Cooper. Scottsblnff. ' 54; Frank Court, Lincoln, ' 54; Ronald Cross. Lincoln. ' 54; Allen Dalgren. Scottshluff, ' 54; John Dalluni. Omaha, ' . ' »4 ; Larry Ealherton. Grand Island. " 54 ; Stewart Kngdnhl. Omaha, ' 53 ; Keith Everton, ( rofton. ' 53 : John Fall vs. Blair. " 52 : Millon Frie. Fremont. ' 52 ; John Gilmore. Omaha, " 54 ; Charles (lO- nian. Norfolk, ' 54; Robert Hale. Lincoln, ' 54; Karl Harper. Lincoln, ' 53; Howard Hansen, Jr., Herman. ' 54 ; Hugo Heerniann, Stanton, ' 53 ; John Henderson. Beatrice, ' 52 : Michael Hickey. Lincoln, 54 ; Wayne Hunt. Lincoln. 54 ; William Knudson. Lincoln. " 52 : Milton Xorsworthy, Gothen- burg. ' 54 ; James Lewis. Lincoln. ' 53 ; Marvin Meyers. Omaha. ' 53 ; Wil- liam Pan-hiMi, Lincoln, ' 54 : Francis Richardson. Sheridan. Wyo., ' 54 : Kicliard Rocscr. Ogallala, ' 53; Stanley Sipple. Nebraska City. ' 54: Roberi Sinalia, (irand Island, ' 53 ; Roger Smith. 04:allala, ' 54 : ' Thomas Stoup. Sioux City, Iowa, 54: John Sundslrom, Ponca. ' 54; James Walsh. Sionx City. Iowa. ' 54; Donald Williams, Lincoln, ' 54. Page 398 r ( O i " 2 . d- :-J i ' n Aim ArkerniAii lte l Alllimii Hruwii Axlvll Uiinteii Ayiirr. ralii| t .-ll llnlHuck Carulhers llnlluu I ' urfrOttliT lUtt ' llOllIlT COOIHT OtixlMiry I ' ouri Kalht rtoii Ualtsant KnK ' lalil DuMiiii Kverioii DirikUer Fali» Douiflsfts Fr.M Diiiioii l,U ' lli Ha (iilniore Ht ' oriiiaiiN Oomoii Hi ' iiderson Hale Herbst Maiisi ' ii Hiikey llatiHiih HiHi|H r ilariwr Hum Xorsworlhy Knudsen Parrhe Lcwi.s Pukeriiii: Ii» »rs INxlhai-sky MiitiKoii Poiuler Nacl. ' Rauth ..V|M Raiili Srhuinarher Rprht Siolt Kirharilsun Shepani RoesiT. R. A. Sippla Roeser. K. F. Smaha Roeer Smith. R. R. Rllsst ' l Smith. R. C. Walsh Sorensen Warren Stoup Weyenberc Sundstrulii Willie Trauiii Williams Turner Wills Waener Wilson vr . 1 FoiiiiilH .-It Virciiii. ' i Miiitiirv lii.stitiit)-, ISli! Rst.-ibji.ilii-d iit riiivt-rsity if Neliriisk.-i. I!Mi;i Deltii Eta Chapter OiK- Muiiilrpil Sfveii ( ' li:i|it Ts Blaik, Wliito :iii l (iiiM Sportsmen predominated at Sigma Nu; Annual Pigge dinner held in January Witli mcniltcrs nii four vai ' sity teams, sjxdts wcir till- ci ' iitcr of attcntiiin at tlic Siniiia Xu liuiiM ' . Footliall k ' ttt ' fiiU ' H were Fran Xa,i;le. Frank Simon, Bill Maxe and Herman Dinklaire. . ii(ly Biinteii was on tlie tennis team, .lack .Miuison anil Bill Douglass earned letters in viniminix anil Boh Russel anil Don Ranli were rX wrestlers. Schojarsliiiis anil actixitirs were also inipoi- tant among the Sigma Xu ' s. Charles Xewell was named Phi Beta Kappa and Iiinucent B(»h Rogers, was treasurer of Corn Cohs. Jerry Warren eilited the I n ' lii Srhniskrni second semester. Heading the list of Sigma Xu parties were the Death Valley thiys house jiarty ami the famous Pinire dinner ami formal. Mcnilicrs Wtirk on lldusc l)is|il;iy Fur I jjiirts. siriiiiil pliui . Page 399 Kappa Pledges Serve Diimer to 8ig Ep ' s Ddjl of iiK nidi tasks — oiitfomr of Al ' F auction. Siuiiia I ' hi Ejisildii kept an eye turiiL-d tnwanl varsity sjiorts tliis year. Team niciiibci iu- cludcil Hon Clark. Kay ( ' urti ami Hylc ' i ' lii- hanlt, football; Jim " Walsh, basketball; Lee Alexander, Wendy Cole and " Wayne Wliitaker, track; and Boli Diers. baseliall. Sit;- Ejj ' s also earned (■liani|iiiiii hi|i trojiliies in tlie intraniiiral .yolf and I ' ree throw tonruanients. On the activity side, chapter presitleiit. Hod Mxers, led the l ' ia1er)iity as assistant Corx- HusKER business manaiier, IFC secretary and ( ' orn ( ' ob member. ( )thers were " Wendy (;ani; ' er. ' orii ( ' oil. and Kd Bartunek, AS.MK president. Slec]iy-eye l Siij- Ep ' s entertained iheii ' (late- nt the 7 o ' cldck ilomecomini;- lireakt ' ast dance. Sig Ep ' s concentrated on varsity sports; Breakfast dance offered new social twist Foundfcl at Kicliiiioinl ((illego, 1901 Established at University of Nebraska, 1911 Alpha Cliaptcr One Hundred Two Oiapters Purple and Red Alexander Hond Anderson HratuM- Hailey Brandon. D. C Bartnnek Brandon. D. P Bayley Carr lien edict Carter Farris Cole Finke Copeland Cianger. X. Diers iiaiipor. V. Dor wart Gib»)s En gel Hansen Krait Hruby I.antzy Jameson La liber Jennan Law son Koriiiek Lewis Kosial Luther Myers -Markry sborne Malloy IVlersen Man .iito Knssell. K. Maxey Kussell. V. Mosher Snowdon. C. Tliibaiilt Snowdon. D. Tlinnipsnn Strallon ' I ' rji. y Snndell Walsh Svanda Wbitconi)) Teller WieJand Page 400 l Uud Alrxander, riainviru ' . T. ' J : Kill Aiid«raun, Ord, ' .V : Kdwaril Hiir- luimk, Liiii-oln, ' 51; llarrUy llaylry. l.incoln, ' SI; Donald Hr»iidoii, North t ' lalif. ' . ' il: John llruwrr, l.inioln, ' . ' )0: Kdwird Cartir, Unroln, ' SI; Uniiald Claris. Kavrnna. ' i- ' ; W.-iidrll Coir, WM-pini; Water, ' 51; Kvilh Co«)iairl. I ' apillion. ' Jl: Harvry Kavin, (frand Uland. ' . ' .1; Kralik Dvnni . I.ini ' oln. ' I ' J : Kolwrt Dii-m. V ' »1 Point, ' j " J; Jamra Karrin. Omaha, " .(l; Walti-r Kinki-, Sioltsliliitr. ' .I " . ' : J oiii;la ' . Krvrlnan. Ni ' liirh. ' . ' () ; Wrndi ' ll liaiicrr. Madrid. ' .-.I: .Mian llaOM-n. fha«ka. ' . ' •a: Charles Hruhy, Jr.. Wahoo. ' . ' ■•J ; Dean Jainr on. Arnold. ' . ' .;l ; l.i ' « ii. Klink, Kinini; City, ' 51; Oonahl Korinck, Dwiehl, ' .M ; Kdward KoKial. Kavvnna. ' .I ' J : RuMvll luiird. I r.i Moinrs. Iowa. ' .Mi; Simon I.u nl£y, Valley, °5 ' J; Wendell Lanber, lieneva, ' . " ' J; Martin Leuin. Jr.. Omaha, ■. " :!; Clyde Luther. Hoo| vr. ' . ' .l; Harold Myers. Weepini: Water, •. ' .■-•; Freilriik Petersen, .North I ' lailr, ' S3; William Kussell. Fullerion. ' . ' ! : ltol ert Skoehdo|Hde. Ravenna, " 50; Curtis Siiowdon, Niobrara, ' .11: Uonald Snowdoii. Niobrara, ' ' ' i; Koliert Svanda, Ravenna. ■. " ;): tiale Teller. Lineoln, ' . ' • ' . ' : litHiru ' e Thomiisnn. Oshkosh. ' 5 ' J ; James Walsh. Waierbiiry. ' . ' I ' J. i-i f ej Ted Baile.v, Fremont. ' . ' 4 : OillM-rt llenedirt, JelTerson. Io««. ' . ' 14; Robert Itond. Liiu-olii, ' . 4; lilo Brabee. tieneva. ' 54; David Itrandon, North ■Matte, ' . ' 4: Don Carr. Omaha. ' .■ 4; Robert Carter. Lincoln. ' .14; Jim Clark. Ravenna. ' J3; Jerry Copeland. North I ' latle. ' . " 14; Daniel Dorwart, Lexington, ' . ' 4: Palrirk Engle. South Sioux City, ' 54: Norman Oauger, Cirant, ' 54; Jann-s fiibbs. Cu.ster. S. Dak.. ' 5:1; Arthur Hanson. Nehawka, ' 5 ' J; Joseph .lernian. West Point. ' 5:t: Charles Kay. Wayne. ' 5 ' J; Ted Kratl. DearlMirn. .Mirh., ' 5 ' J ; Charles Lawson, Lineoln. ' 5:1; llrure .Markey. Lin- coln. ' 54; Pat Malletle. Celini:. ' 54; (ierald .Malloy. Hooper. ' 52: Anirelo Manzitlo. Omaha, ' 54; Don Maxry. Lineoln. ' 54: David Mosher, South . sioux City. ' 5 ' J ; Allan Osborne. Omaha, ' 54; Oetie Rush. Jarkson, 54; Rotiert Rus.sell, Fullerton. ' 54: Lou Stur. Lincoln. ' 49 : Ivan Stralton, Ve,sl Point, ' 51; Lylo Thibault. Pender. ' 5:i ; Howard Tracy, . urora. 111.. ' 5a: Clark Weiland, Ma.son City, ' 5:1. Fircsidf irtcrs I ' lacc lor Kflii.NiitKiii Fur n fi ' ishini nt , vaki s ami lu irs. llan.ld y iv I ' l ' . ' siil.Mit ( ' lyilf Luther Vii-c I ' ri ' sidi ' iit liaroliiy Haylcy Sccri ' tiiry Wt ' iidcll Gausrcr Trcasini r ii 1 L i V (T o D ir Diilr .loliu.soii President Charles Widinaiei- . . Vi,-, President Tli()iiii).soii Snyder . Seeretarv Adrian Ilertik . Treasurer Hoys Raid Ic -box after Study Hall T }ii fhi s snork — t nunn ' «nr hnich. Actives Philip Hreslin. Ashland, Pa., ' ' 3 ; Ralph Canaday, Hastings. ' 53: Richard Covault. Fort Wayne, Ind., ' : " 0; Jerrj- Ewinp. Nebraska City, ' 52; John Fisher, Sanla ( " ruz. Calif., ' 52; Fred Freeman, liellevue. ' 52; GeraM Haninmnj;, Fremont, ' 5: ; Jerome Hammang, Fremont, ' 52: Kenneth Hen- kens, Fremont, ' 51; Adrian Hertik. New York, N. Y., 52; Dale Johnson, Hastings, ' 52; John Kessel. Lincoln, ' 49; Xonnan Liiedtke, Omaha. 52 ; Paul Marquart. Lincoln, ' 52; Robert Metrakos, Lincoln, ' 49; Clark Xoblc. Omaha, ' 5:i ; James Orhsncr, Bozeman. Mont., ' 52; Herbert Olsen. Brook- lyn, N. Y.. " 52: Marion Rois, Glenwood, Iowa, ' 52; Thompson Snyder, Omaha. 53; Ronald Sterkel. Lincoln. ' 52; Myron Tracy. Mitchell, ' 52: Robert Van Voorhis. Chadron, ' 52; Bruce Villars. Lincobi. ' 51; Richard Walker. Palisade. ' 52 ; Roger Whitmer, Lincoln, ' 52 ; Charles Widmaier. Hastings, ' 52; William Wricht, Creighton, ' 51. Plpdot ' s Loo Blair. McCook. ' 52; Roger Davison, Fremont. ' 54; Richard Horstman. Omaha. ' 52; Tom Hnnton, Hastings, ' 53; Gary Jones. Hastings, ' 54; Don Lebnikuhl. Sidney. ' 52; Jerry Lincoln, North Platte, ' 54; Robert Logan. Chadron. ' 54; Loren MIeynek, Omaha. ' 54; Fred Moshier, Omaha. ' 5-1; Robert Otnes, Lincoln, ' 53; Raymond Simmons. Omaha. 54; Scott Stock- ton. lndianai)o]is. Ind., ' 53; James Walsh, Portland. Maine, ' 52; La Verne Wostling. Omaha. ' 52. Page 402 i i ' Ulatr Itrf liii ruvnult l)»M Ochfiiier Pi«her Freeiniin IlKiiiiiiniii;. a. lliiiiiiiiHnL. J M.-iik.-n Joiio Il.riik hchmkutil lli r liiitiit LocAit Munloii Lu(Mltk« ' .Inlin oii Miiniiinri Mt ' lrakos Olnen Mli-yiK-k Oines Mo.hlcr Reis Siinriions Snyiler Slorkel Wlllsll SinrkliHi Wcstlinir Vaii ' tM»rliis WhilnitT Villars Will inn iiT Walki-r Fiiuiiili ' il at Illinois WcsK-yaii. I ! ' ! ' Eatablislii ' il at University of Ni-ltraska, l!i2. " i Phi CliaptiT Kiglity fivi- Cliaiiti-r.s Clierrv ami Orev Chuck Widmaier headed Teke workers; Smorgasbord added Swedish atnosphere Cliailcs Vi Iniaifr licailcil tlic list of Tau I a|ii)a l -i»ilnii activity wuikiTs. X ' icc prfsidciit ol till ' jiiiiior class, L ' liuck is a nifiuhcr ut ' Xus- nu ' t Kliil). Corn Cobs and the Cadet Officers association. The Tekes are represented in Pev- sliinu- Killcs l)y Duke Westling and T.nren Mleyiick. .liiu Walsh, Lee Blair and Duke AVestlinir ])articii)at( ' in Arnold society. A trailitional trojdiy exchange was started liftwccn the Nebraska and I(t va State chapters of Tan Kajijia Kpsilon. The trophy is i)resented to tl ' .e chapter of the school tliat wins the foot hall v:aine. House parties, in a newly redecorated house, and a Smorirasboi-d were given. The Red Car- nation fdiinal completed the social season. Page 403 Tcki- ' s Hmvc Hcfrcshiiii ' iit jiftcr Mpefinpr Ciiiii iiiiiii I xfii I ' ll III I s sliiin 1 1 on r inki v. Tht ' ta (_ ' lii " s liask in Suii on Front Porcli Spriny has sprunu. .I;u-k Fullor headed the list of Theta Chi ao- ti ity wnrkcrs as a member of Trident, Aliilia Kapiia l ' i, ( ' (ini. ' Ini(ks stafif and Student I ' liinii activities committee. Strong- cliai)tcr tradition surronnded the foot- liall, l)asel)}dl and basketball rivalries between tiic Theta ( " hi cliajjters at Nebraska, Nebraska W ' esleyan and hnalia University. Tlieta ' lii interest in intrannirals was hiuh a tlR ' ir football, bowlinj;- and hockey teams were either first or second in their league. Fnsiitive Frolics and Mai-di Gras themes made two Theta Chi house parties colorful. The cliajiter also lield an annual " AVearin ' of the ( i reen. " Jack Fuller paced Theta Chi workers; Chapter tradition surrounded sports rivals Founded at Norwich University, 18.56 Establislied at University of Nebraska, 1924 Alplia Upsilon Cliapter One Hundred Cliapters Bed and Wliite Burkhard Clothier llurrows Coulter Canaday Fuller Clausen Kulcher Gebliards HollinK Jciisby. R. Jen by. W. K a spur Korrliofer l.hlk Nichols l.UclllllRIl I ' alnio Lylle Van Pelt NiT.iha.ii Wiles Page 404 Jaiii Iturkhard, Itvaver ( ' rov ' tinie. ' 53; (ieorire Burrows, Adanu, ' 52: Julittn CanAtUy, Bluuiiirteld, ' ' 2: Kdwin t ' liiniitMi, Norfolk, ' 52; Rirhard Clothier. Liiteoln. ' 51; Calvin CoiilitT, UrideeiKirt, ' 52; John Fuller. Sny- ■ler. N. Y.. ' 52 ; .luhn Kulchir, (himhii. ' 5 J ; Kotu rt (icbliHnl. ' s, Koi ' k|N rT. Mo. 5:t: William Hulliitc. KIkhurn, ' 51: Wilfred Jonxby. l iivi n|H rl. ' 52: Kolaixt Ka. par. Prat ue, 52; Virgil Kendall, Miiiatarc, ' 51; John Kirrh- offr. Omaha, ' 51; Dale Link. Kavi nna. ' 52; DHiiint VaiiPelt. Arrhcr. ' 52: David Wilrft. Itennett, ' 51: Gerald WalleriitMlt. Oakland. 5:i. tteurt; Bauer. Minalare. ' 54; Harry Brindley, 1ms Angeles, Calif., ' 5:t: KIrhard Devries, Beatrice. 53 : Lawrence Doyle. Greeley, ' 52 ; Arthur (trosA. lancoln. ' 53; Diek Jensby. Kuskin, ' 54: Charles Luellenian. Bloom- Held. ' 52; Haruld Lyile. Watson, Mo.. " 54: John Needham. Kork| ort, Mo,, " 53; John Nirhols. Minatare, ' 53; Robert Palmer. Lineoln. ' 51; Marvin Srhuman, Minatare. " 54 ; John Thurber. Norfolk. ' 51 : Herbert Wilms, Sleepy Kye. Minn.. ' 52; John Wirtb, Lincoln, ' 53. Boys Try to ArouM Tlu ' ta (hi lirntiu-r .1 ( ■ fitjiif, hut thtif won. Cnlviii ( ' iMiitt ' i rrcsidi ' iit .Toliii Fuller X ' irc I n ' sid» iit -luliaii Canailay Sccivtary Etiwiii Clausen Treasurer r iiysii]]il 1 )ati. ' , Kuhi.x al I ' r.iul; I ' arty Willi hi (ids. beaiiiis. hints. I ' rcsiclciit (if Tlu ' la Xi Boli I ' arkcr led his ItrdtlitTs in activity aiTomiilishnients. Ht- was sergeant-at-arms of Iniiooents, presidoit nf Corn Cobs and Tntort ' ratL ' rnity council and a nii-iiiliri- (if Student council and liand. I ' alcntcd Jaciv .Mooi-c, Harold Storm and Paul Laasc spent long hours at the Tt-niplc tlieater in dramatic work. ( )tlier activity duties were distributed among Howard Duncan, George Schantz, (Jleiin Ro le- horst, dim I ' armelee, Tom Kisclic, Ken .lolm- son and Allan Blalia. The " gdod (lid days " were revived at the Thi ' tn . ' i Ii ' oarlng Twenties party, while llic lidvs lipiicd berets to their dates at the ainiual l ' rencli party. Theta Xi Parker was officer of Innocents; Roaring Twenties party revived old days Founded iit Hoiisselaer Polytciliiiic Institute, 1864 Established at University of Nebraska, VJ ' ll Alplia Epsiloii Oiapter Forty-nine Cliapters Blue and White Bahm Callin Bale Chistidhn Barinore Clark Becker f ' rook Blalia Ciitlfr Boris Ddiiarit-d Doole Forinasli Ekherp (Jood Elliott (ireen Fa ires Hanwnes, D. Fergus Hannnes. L. Ferguson Johnson, A. Johnson. K. McCraeken Kaniinski Met calf Knapp Miller Laase Mitcheni Latta Moore I.iHHv Parker Pannelee Rod eh or St Ten nock Ropers Peterson Schantz Keifhardt Sen ton Ri.sche Sherman Roberts Shonka •Sievers Trflusnc Slusher WarruT Storkwcll Wehlon Stiiflil Woolley Tiu ' Ju- Wripht Tinuuoiis Yds f Page 406 A f Hern Kulwri tUlf, Sioux FallK. S. I ak.. TiA; WilliNiii Bi i-kfr. liinrolii. ' ■ ' • ' J: An- Urfw HurU. Aiunlvnliiiii, N. Y., ' ! ' 2: LcMlit ( ' hihliuliii. l.iiii oln, ' VJ; Milloii L ' lark. rauii« v t ' ily, " ■ ' »!: KuIhti t ' riMik. Linroln, ' f ' J: Arilmr Uii-kfy, Siuux FalU, S. Oak., ' ' l: Lutimuo Donariru. (Iiiiaha, ' ' ' i: Umiahl Klliutt. H« airic«i . Til: Frank Fairvxi. Lint-oln, ' 1; Donald Forinanli. llariinifttin. ' 51; Jat ' ksun (.mmmI. (iretfory. S. I ak.. ' ' »•- ' : iiH rn« ' tirvi-n. H« iltit l J. S. Dak.. ' . 2; L4 ui anl Hainnit- . (hnaha, ' ' 0: Kwiiirth JuhnMin. St. I ' aiil, Minn., ' 51: David Kna| p. I.inculii, ' 51: licrald MrCrai-ktMi. Liiimln. ' 50: Kuk ' cr Mv lralf. Uhi-uin, ■5 J; I ' alrti-k M ' D« ' a. I«int-oln, " 51 ; Kuhrrl I nrktT. DnI- har(. Tvx., ' 51; Janicn l arni« Ii ' t dntaha, ' 5:i: Kuc( iu ' KiNlor, Tafl, ralif.. ' 51; ThumaH UiBcht . Linrulu. ' 51; rU o Kubnk. Diintan. " 50; GUmiii Kudt- hont. roluiuhuiH. ' 53; Kulwrt Roet rK. Albiuiiu n|ii« , N. Mt x., ' 51: ti ri;i Si ' hantx. FairHflU. Iowa. 5 ' if ; Darvin St ' h(H ' iiiak« ' r, Lincutn, 52 : Leonard Sfaton, Kiiiery, 8. Dak.. 5I : Kuberl Sherman. Omaha. ' 5 ' J: Konald Shonka. ilurwell. ' 5 i ; Ilnire SieviTK, Liiiroln. ' 5 J ; David SlushiT. Kansas riiy. Mo., ' 50; Jainrii Titche. Omaha. ' 5U ; Darri ' ll TimntonK. Omalia. ' 5 J: Arlhiir Tran ii4 . Lvxineton. ' 51; Kolwrt V»rniT. Oninha, ' 51; John Wool- ley. Omaha. ' 5; ; Jfrmld Vo», Liiu-oln, ' 5 J. i« rahl Itahni, l.inrulii, ' 54; Rirlianl Harinor« . Li ' xinKton. ' 5:t : Alan );iHha. t»rd. ' 5;i; James ralliii. Omaha. ■5-1 : Kirhard CnlU ' r. Trkanmh. ' 54: Wil- liam Doole. Linroln. ' 54: Dt an Krkbortr. Omaha. ' 54; Janifs FtTKUH. Falls t ' ily. " 54 : t ' harh ' S FiTcnsoii. Youncstown. Ohio, ' 5:i ; DonuM Hanni»»s. Omaha. ' 54 ; Alan .lulin Min. Omaha. ' 54 : Amlrfw Kaiiiinski, l.oiiji Cily. ' 54; I ' aiil l.ta.v «e. Linruln. ' 54; Ki x l.atta, (tniaha. ' 54: Marvin Liu-as, Uiiadilla, ' 54; Vaden MilU r, Talisadf. ' 54; Dt ' uni.s Miirhom. KIwood. 52; John Moore. Berea. Ohio. ' 5:t ; Lovis IViinoi-k. Siuux Falls. S. Dak., 53 ; Rob«Tt FeU ' r ion. Linroln, " 54; John Prein. { rd. 5;i: Koh«Tt I i irhardt. ImiHTial. ' 54; Donald KobtTtN. IVruniseh. ' 5:1; Jere Storkwtdl. Martinson. ' 54 : Harold Siorm. Omaha. ' 54 ; Janifs WeMun. Liix-oln. ' 5 " J ; Thomas Wriphi. Omaha. ' 5: 1. Spniiu ' Ilriiiv ' Wimlow Wasliintr at iU ' - ; Wiiidmr pn ht rs at work. Xi Holn rt rarUrr rrfsiiifiit Lt ' onard Seaton i ' I ' n ' sident Holn ' i ' t SluTinan Secretary .Milldii Clark Tn asurcr I n P n r o p P - " V C5 O ,C ) . l tf A ? KoluTt L. Baker Presicleut Jack B. Cohen ' ice President Ariioid J. Stern Secretary Allen I. Tiillv Treasurer Pranksters Prepare to House ZBT Brother A rude awakenhig in store. Vernon Davidson. ' 52 : Alan Katskee, Robert Malashock. Actives Robert Baker. Onialm. ol : Jolin Cohen, Omaha. Lincoln. " 52 : Alfred Fox, Omaha, ' 52 ; Lamar Garon. Omaha. ' 51 : Ber- nard Greenberp. Omaha. ' 53: Justin Horwirh. Omaha, ' 52: Franklin Ja- cobs. Lincoln. ' 51 : Sheldon Jacobs, Dead wood, S. Dak.. l inrctln. " 52: Leslie Krasne. Council Blnffs. Iowa. " 52: Onialia. " 53: Joel Milder. Omaha, ' 51; Robert Pitlor. Omaha, ' 52: Hnrton Robinson, Kansas City, Mo.. ' 5:J : Richard Rosenblatt. Omaha. ' 51 ; Jcrr.v Rosinsky, Omaha. ' 53: Alvin Ross. Omaha. " 53: Norman Ruback. Omaha. ' 52 : Aaron Sclimidt. Fremont, ' 51 : Leo Schmidt. Fremont. ' 52 : Arnold Stern, Omaha. " 53: Marvin Suvalsky. Council Hluffs. Iowa. ' 52; Allen Tiilly. Omaha. " 51 ; Stewart Tuily. iiiaha, " ' i : Lpoiijit- ' I W ' olp.T ntimbH ■ ' ' 1: Stanley W ' olpa, t)mnhft, ' 5:1. Ua iiuMul II row 11, Omaha. " 54 : Bernard Fish, Sioux City. Iowa, " 54 ; Monte Feinberg. Woodland Park. Colo., ' 54 ; Marshall Kushner. Lincoln, ' 54: Joel Milder, Omaha. ' 54; Barton Rivin. Tyndall. S. Dak.. ' 53. r Ilakrr ' Ft ' itilMTt; Fi.h Fox Ci ron ' ri» »iil » ' rtf Kauk. ilurwirh Kii: ihh( r JarobM. K. MaUtlinrk " ..■ ■■ - MiMiT I ' itl.T Kc -jii«k Kiviii Roiui KobiiiMiii Riihai-k Rosenblall Si ' hmidl, A Srhmiitt. I.. T.illy. S Stern Wolpa. I. Snval kr Wolpa. S Tully. A. FouiuUmI at City College c.f N.w York. lS!ts Kstiihlislied at University nf Nrliraska, }i ' 2 l Alpha Tlicta Cliapter Forty scvi ' ii ( ' Iia| ter8 Blue ami White Innocent Frank Jacobs, ZBT brothers dominated Cornshucks magazine staff ( ' " nisJntiks statV ii iloiiiin.ilfil hy ZHT ' s. Iimocfiit Fiiink .lacohs dirt ' i-ti ' d tlic wnrk ot " lirotlicrs Al Tully, business mauanor, Vmi Davidson, assistant business nianairfv, Arnic Storn, art oditor, ami A! Ross, ciiTnlatifHi nian- au ' t ' i " . Kditoi ' .Tac (lp also sowed as Kosniet i luli vice jiresident. The Soliniidt brotliers, Aaron and Leo, set a fast paee as drum major ami R( )T( " band member. Aaron also busied liimselt ' with Kos- inet Klub ami senior elass |iresideney. Jaek Cohen budgeted his time between lid business staff. Corn ( ' ol)s, Interfraternity eouneil and seeretary of the junior elass. Intramurals and social funetions were im- l)i rtaiit features on the ZBT a«renila. President I ' ob HakiM- I5riisli ' s off l iii ' t Robinson TInit - v „niii,l. I,.i,,h. Page 409 o (O tt WJf rememt?et ' ber ' uou — The Coeds of ' 51 — • quick-stepping thru-the-store, shopping wisely an d expertly, on budgeted time — ■ choosing a silky-soft cashmere sweater in Sportswear with practiced eye — ■ debating " which " among the mad little hats of the Hat Bar — • gliding to mirrors to see the breath-taking effect of a big-skirted, tiny-bodiced formal frock — ■ applauding Miller ' s Mademoiselle-featured fashions — mentally registering the location of Miller ' s Bridal Consultant ' s desk (for future reference) — electric-stairing to Fiith lor delectable pecan balls ... or Miller ' s own crusty chicken pies — electing new hair styling in the Beauty Salon, with pioneering zest — stimulating our fashion shows, art, decorating and other programs in the seldom- idle Auditorium, with your fresh viewpoint and gay enthusiasm The Men of ' 51 — making hasty trips into Men ' s Shop (just inside East door) to pick up a new California-original sports shirt, or last-minute shopping for a formal shirt — and lingering for a sports huddle with Alex Cochrane — tardily hurrying in for eleventh-hour gifts — at Candy Counter, Jewelry, Cos- metics, Silver — (so easy when Miller ' s gift wraps and mails or delivers gifts direct from the counter) — sensing the quiet efficiency of opera- tion which keeps a department store functioning smoothly — aware of the role which younger executives are playing in a store of 70 venerable years ALL THIS WE REMEMBER . . . because you are a vital part in our year ' 51 fniLLER t PAinc I N c L Page 412 Brilliantly new in their styling . . . the miracle of DuraPower . . . In American-made watches famed for quality since 1865 , . . . tnnioiroit • ' s luitch TOD A Y! Styled by Henslee Oiil) luTc in America can so nian people so quickl have x hat ' s w and luttir. Anurican-made Klgin Watches prove this with beautitiil, new st hn{; ami such dramatic ailvanccs as Klgin ' s fxcliisivi Diiral ' ower Mainspring. Made trom a uholly new allov o» metals, this main- spring has proved most defiendahle poller for accurate liiiir- knping ever put into a tinteh! And these extra values add more joy to the po.sse.ssion of a watch already famous. Lord Klgins (21 jewels) and Lady Elgins (19 jewels) are priced from ,n7I.50 to , 10.000.00. Klgin DeLuxe (17 jewels) from $49.75 to S71.50. Other Elgins as low as S.53.73, includ- ing Federal Tax. . Adk . Only ELGIN has the DuraPower Mainspring ELGIN guarantees it will never, never break! Page 413 illlll :,!«■ lllill inrii ■ ' 1l 1 fit -I l B ' H ■ H HBI ' ' " ■j 1 TTiII B K L 4 » -- X NEBRASKA BOOK STORE For the best prices on all engineering supplies, text books, art supplies, and trade books, go to the NEBRASKA BOOK STORE and take advantage of their fine offers. The above students know the place to go for fine bargains. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE These smiling Nebraska students are part of the efficient group that make up the staff of the NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE— the home of complete banking service. Located at 13th and O Streets, this bank Is tops in service. Page 414 = ' ft— EASTMAN KODAK STORE Barb Adami. Gena Johnson. Adels Corysll, and Hod Myars saem •j five? qood taite when looding at thii Eai- i ■ EASTMAN ' S have a complete line of the Cr equipment. So, take a hint and let EASTMAN ' S fine equipment. Riaht— COUNTRY GENTLEMAN ' looki tike Mary Ann Nelson, John Dick, and Corky Clore ap- prove of the menu at the COUNTRY GENTLEMAN. For the best In delicious home made food, df ' op in a 2420 O Street and treat yourself to a meat. Left— LATSCH BROTHERS Bill Adams and Pflt Hoebner seem to like the new " Dopp Kit " which LATSCH BROTHERS feature. All school supply needs can be furnished at LATSCH S, and low prices and good quality make this a must for the semester stock up. Right— ROSEWELLS Making corsages their specialty ROSWELL ' S have a distinctive ine of many flowers. Rod Riggi and Nora DeVoe show good " aste in looking at this beautiful orchid. Buy your next flowers 3-ROSEWELL ' S. located at 133 S. 13th Street In Lincoln. " i tn at { TASTEE INN How about a fas+ee? That ' s the famltlar cry of these hungry stu- dents. For a noonday lunch or a midnight snack, the TASTEE INN, 1246 Q, always offers the fastest service and the best quality. r 44 SMITH BAKING COMPANY These Kappa Sigs seem to be contented with a meal ot SMITH bread, and rightfully so. Serving -fraterni+Ies and sororities on the U of N campus for a long while, SMITH BAKING COMPANY offers the finest of pastry with quick and efficient service. C. PENNEY COMPANY Showing off their new clothes ore members of the PENNEY ' S College Board. The beautiful PENNEY ' S s ore has a complete line of col- legiate wear. Drop In and see this new modern building and choose your clothes for school. Page 416 » WENTZ PLUMBING COMPANY A complete line of many appliances can be found «• WENTZ PLUMBING COMPANY. These universify students are happy with their nd. Plumbing, air conditioning, and heating problems can be solved here. Come in at your convenience and look at the fine products ?♦ WENTZ ' S. 1630 N St ' cet. PILLAR ' S DRUG JUS a tewr D oc«s trom me campus PILLAR ' S DRUG can serve you through their drug department and confection counter. Rela» like these students and enjoy the cheerful atmosphere that is presented ar PILLAR ' S. NEPHO LAB— THE CAMERA STORE it ycu want a T.im oeve ' opea, or q new camera, NEPHO LABORA- TORIES will give you the best quality at the best price. Take a tip from these students and stop In a+ NEPHO ' S for your photographic equipment. Page 417 KEEP TUNED TO IIIO SheBIG station with the BIG how NATURAL GAS A FAST GROWING INDUSTRY Offers Opportunity For — Nebraska and Nebraskans CENTRAL ELECTRIC a GAS CO. .@£@ ' i NEBRASKA TYPEWRITER CO. When You Think of Typewriters Think of ROYAL " World ' s Number One Typewriter " 130 No. 12 2-2157 OAKLEY GROCERY 1406 " S " Street LINCOLN, NEBR. Your Campus Representative FINE FOODS ICE CREAM PICNIC SUPPLIES Open Sundays 10-12:00 Phone 2-1504 Page 418 JOIN YOUR FRIENDS For a Po wWow at the new Teepee Room ... r M- or h: yjmt,tkfiii jUe JaiacAi viairlz. fl. Q. SCHIMMEL Managing Director HOTEL CORNHUSKER IN OMAHA HOTEL BLACKSTONE Vh ' ii the New Orleans Room Nebraska ' s Newesf Dining Rendezvous UNDER SCHIMMEL DIRECTION Mid-West ' s newest hotel TOWN HOUSE, Kansas City, Kansas Page 419 dmsihixjoLdL, J ' UUi t J ' handfddJL llw l4 6. l.U4 • ICE CREAM • MILK • BUTTER • FROZEN FOODS FAIRMONT FOODS CO. IF It is SERVICE You Want It is QUALITY You Want It is VARIETY You Want STOP AT UNI SUNDRIES 500 No. 14 2-3771 COMPLIMENTS OF • • • 1 iXJlj • • • DIAMOND GRILL 148 N. 14th LINCOLN, NEBRASKA SENSATION Time and Labor Saving Appliances For Home and Business GASOLINE AND ELECTRIC MOWERS SNOW-BLO MACHINES FLOOR CONDITONERS SENSATION MOWER INC. RALSTON, NEBR. Page 420 ITALIAN VILLAGE Dial 6-2396 O Street at 58th TELEVISION ROOM ACCOMMODATIONS FOR ALL Fiesta Roon: 70 Guests Baldo Room 200 Guests Luna Room 30 Guests Total Accommodations 380 Guests Open 7 Nights a Week 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. Daily The Dominos Welcome You WANT BETTER GRADES? Keep yourself informed. Make a regular daily habit of hearing one complete radio newscast EVERY DAY. Radio WOW offers complete accurate news service daily . . . AT . . . 7:30 A.M. - 12:00 Noon 5:30 P.M. - 10:00 P.M. LISTEN AND LEARN! RADIO WOW 590 On Your Dial For the Freshest of Flowers from Our Own Greenhouse . . . CALL . . . TYRRELL ' S FLOWERS Home of " TYRRELL " Flowers 1133 No. Cotner Blvd. 6-2357 Underwood Typewriters Underwood Sundstrand Adding Machines EDISON ELECTRONIC VOICEWRITER SIEGEL OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. 228 N. 13th Lincoln, Nebr. Page 421 . IS ii B ii r ' ' 1L- ' { i BUS HEADQUARTERS FOR Builinsiiiii Tmiiwnys American Buslines PHONE 2-7071 FOR BUS SERVICE Everywhere AIR CONDITIONED BUSSES UNIOK BUS DEPOT 20 south 13t h street ...„,, Lincoln, Nebraska • ALL BUSSES STOP AT THIS TERMINAL! • Page 422 PARSONS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY ESTABLISHED 1885 • EARL G. HAWKINS . . . Class 1915 KENNETH J. HAWKINS . . . Class 1922 512 Grain WILLIAM C. HAWKINS . . . Class 1946 Exchange Bldg. EARL G. HAWKINS, JR. . . . Class 1948 Omaha 2, Nebr FRED HAWKINS . . . . . Class 1950 Builders of Your Stadium A TRULY " CORNHUSKER " FIRM MARCHIO ' S ITALIAN CAFE " IT PLEASES US TO PLEASE YOU " The Best Steaks in • Omaha 4443 So. 13th Street OMAHA, NEBR. L. M. ] MARCHIO, Prop. Phone OR. 9712 Page 423 Boyd Jewelry Co. DIAMONDS-WATCHES SILVERWARE " GIFTS FOR EVERY PURPOSE " 1144 O St. Lincoln 2626 No. 48th Street Phone 6-3224 CHARLES ELCE AND SON LINCOLN, NEBRASKA CERTIFIED LIBRARY BOOKBINDERS We Make School College and Public Library Work a Specialty CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1951 a ife-VLL: • JIJAt UH II COHlfVlfCriON Where in Omaha Can You Find: 300 FraEPROOF ROOMS Built For Ycur Corr.ioi: 24-HOUR COFFEE SHOP SERVICE With The Best iii Food WESTWARD-HO! Beverages That Sparkle Door-Step AUTO PARKING FACILITIES Colorful and FiinctionnI PRIVATE DINING AND PARTY ROOMS In All of Which STUDENTS, ALUMNI AND FACULTY of the University of Nebraska Find Comfort, Convenience and Pleasure YES, ALL THIS IS AT GEORGE A. PAPINEAU Manager THE CASTLE HOTEL (A Boss Hotels Unit) OMAHA 16lh Street at Jones Ph: AT. 8750 Page 424 PURVEYORS OF QUALITY MEATS to the UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, HOSPITALS, RAILROADS THE STANDARD MARKET Wholesale Meats 1535 " O " STREET ARTHUR OWENS OWNER - OPERATOR WARNER MEDLIN STUDIOS " Foremost in the Midwest " YOUR CORNHUSKER PHOTOGRAPHER 1948 - 49 - 51 EVERYTHING IN PHOTOGRAPHY We Thank You For Your Patronage 714 Securities Bldg. Phone 2-6272 LINCOLN, NEBRASKA Page 425 PARAMOUNT LAUNDRY CLEANERS Wearing Apparel Drapes - Curtains Blankets - Rugs 20% Discount Cash Carry We Call For and Deliver 837 S. 27 Phone 3-230G LINCOLN, NEBR. HERMIE ' S FOR Quick Service Light Lunches VISIT OUR COFFEE BAR 1131 R St. Lincoln WHEN IN OMAHA STOP AT HOLMES ' STEAK HOUSE 5032 Center St. Home of Charcoal Broiled Steak Genuine Southern Barbeque JACK E. HOLMES CLIFF R. GALLEY Tloh ioAkcL SutoL 7871 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LINCOLN lOlh and O St. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Drugs • Toiletries • Sundries CHEAPPER SYSTEM, INC. Cheaper in Price Only! 1325 O STREET LINCOLN, NEBRASKA Telephone 2-3225 No need to be puzzled ... no need to wonder where to buy . . . the best place in Lincoln is your " Cheapper Drug Store " where prices are rock-bottom everyday . . . where you get the last drop of value from your dollar . . . and where the merchandise you buy, whether it be Drugs, Cosmetics, Sundries, Cigars, or Tobacco, is always Quality Merchandise! WHY PAY MORE? Page 426 a IN HIS FAVOR V i ? This IS our man. He lacks size, maybe, by professional standards. But there are lots of things about him that are really big league. His heart, for one thing. It ' s almost as big as he is, and it ' s jam-packed with the stuff that winners are made of — things like in tentness of purpose, and gameness, and that precious quality that the world calls loyalty. Then, there ' s the training he ' s getting now. When in a few short years he takes his place on the team, he ' ll be ready. He ' ll have the rules of the game down pat . . . he ' ll know the priceless worth of fair play . . . and he ' ll know how to handle the ball when it comes his way. Size, you say? Oh, size doesn ' t count in the big game, the one he ' s training for, the one called Life. He ' ll be first string — wait and see. He ' s no individual, this man of ours. He ' s all the youngsters in these vast United States . . . he ' s American Youth, a title that represents two big points in his favor. And we ' re pinning our hopes on him. He ' s our man! -jj i i ' iy s vi JOHN DEERE MOLINE, ILLINOIS Page 427 PREPARED TO MEET LIFE ' S CHANCES College provides knowledge and training to meet the chances of life. There are both good and bad chances. The wise prepare to meet them both . . . the good chances that bring opportunities . . . the bad chances, emergencies that call for reserve resources. The Woodmen of the World provides safe. sound life insurance protection that helps many youths to finance their college or vocational training. Throughout life, Woodmen also benefit from Woodcraft ' s fraternal, social and civic activities that promote friendships and give them pleas- ure and satisfaction. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Life Insurance Society World ' s Financially Strongest FARRAR NEWBERRY President W. C. BRADEN Secretary Furniture for Many, nnany Honnes at Prices to fit Many, nnany Budgets ORCHARD WILHELM CO. OMAHA, NEBR. 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Since 1887 — Building Family Secjrity BANKERS LIFE INSURANCE CO OF NERRASKA LINCOLN, NEBRASKA Page 433 HOTEL FONTENELLE Omaha ' s Welcome To The World OMAHA, NEBRASKA DIAMOND RINGS A aiamond from this store Is sure to olease. " Because its Quality. " SARTOR JEWELRY CO. 1200 " O " Street ' ' J€ m LINCOLN, NEBR. WE HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN BOOKS AND SUP- PLIES AT THE LOWEST POS- SIBLE PRICES. DROP IN AND SEE US. L PEDEN ' S ' Student ' s Corner " 13th R 2-3474 HARVEY BROTHERS HARVEY BROTHERS ' new store at 1131 O Street Is prepared to give you the clothing you wanf. Slop in next fall and get your new wardrobe a HARVEY ' S. Whether it ' s that new sport jacket or the new suit that you want, HARVEY ' S will supply you with the best. IVn ' iiLAU Choice IN Lincoln, Neuu. Good food, beautiful new air-conditioned sleeping rooms (all with circulating ice water), two fine ball rooms and many at- tractive private dining rooms. These and other features help to make " THE LIN- COLN " Nebraska ' s Popular Hotel. HOTEL LINCOLN OUTSTANDING JAVA ROOM • GRAND BALL ROOM TERRACE ROOM • THE CIRCUS • ENGLISH ROOM • CHINESE ROOM • GARDEN ROOM ARBOR ROOM Page 435 GREETINGS FROM AN OLD NEBRASKA ORGANIZATION FOUNDED 1906 offering HOTEL CAPITOL HOME OF THE HUDDLE LINCOLN ' S HAMBURGER HEAVEN THE CONTINENTAL NATIONAL BANK OF LINCOLN Friendly Banking Service Member Federal Deposit Ins. Corp. SPECIALISTS IN . . . Steaks Chicken Italian Dishes GORAT ' S STEAK HOUSE 4917 Center St. OMAHA Phone - WA 3733 • Plenty of Parking Space Page 436 Late - - But Not Too Late r n «( ' ' T « Mt ers o p 4 H diMM ' J n 4k Ayar Ifaiiirtifs Murphy Hufi;ard t ' arlson Jfffrt ' V Paner on t ' ook .Ten hen I ' o ey Kroii ' r KnHeiiiArluT O ] nviK Lsiiin-k ' lt 8olffriiioHi r linl .Mack WilUto In Appreciation liinulil i liri II jiiilf iiii Air. .liiimiv Diirx-y I ' niil.r Kcoiioinv Ailvi-rtiNiiiL ' ' o. of Io v;i City. Iowa -Mr. Hdlt.Tl (■ illiii I ' lrtiin t iit niriini Stjite •Foiiriiiil I ' rintintr • ' o. of Lincnlii f ' ornhuskcr riinrs S. K. Smith ( ' )iii|) m ' ot ' ( ' liii-ii ' . ' n I iidiriiliiiil piititn s WiiiiK-r-.Medlin studio of Litu-olu firdiilii ijKiiii iihiitiiiirnphii Kdlicilni ami I ' lininj. ' n ' ii stiiiiio nf Lincnln AUilelir net ion pictures . " Mr. Richard HiitTiiafrle Piihlirilif Omaha World 11. -raid I..iiicoln .loiinial and Star I ' liiri rsilji piihliriiliniis mlrisir .Mr. Hrufp .Xifhojj ) iiililitidii .Vchraska Aliiinni as.s(iciatioii . ational Bank of ComiiuMTe I ' liivt-rsity departmi ' iits Hoard of Student I ' nhlii ' atiniis Photo rranhy laboratory Editorial and iiid)licity department Pnreha.siii). ' department Offife of student activities Page 437 Organization Index Araria 362-3 Artelphi _ 302 Adiiiiiiislration l ' I AerM-nltural Collepe " .: ' 7l Aff Engineering 1-t Air Kxec Board ■ ' ■ 4 Air Mens Club 3001 AlCliE ..._ - 124 AIEE 123 Alpha Chi Omejia 332-3 Ali h» Kpsilon Rho 166 Alpha (Janinm RIio :wi i ' Alplia Kappa Psi 1 ' " ' ' Alpha Lambda Delta - ■■ ' Alpha Onii.ron Pi 334-5 Alpha Omega Alpha 139 Alpha Phi : " .;(; 7 Alpha Tau Omega : ' ,uu Al| hs Xi Delta l! ' ' ■ ' Alpha Zeta " 1 Aluniiu -1- Amikita 303 Aiiuaqiiettes . L ' ' ' I Arch. Society I " - ' " Arnold Society !■ ' ' ■ Arts Sciences College 75-9ii ASCE _ 12 " ASME 12.i Athletics ■. 22-l)l Athletic Plant 251 Atomic Eeseavch 86 AUF _ 288 AWS 50 BAItW . " 1 Baseball 249 Basketball. Varsity 240-3 Beanty (Jueens 20-2 Beta Siema Psi 368-9 Beta Thela Pi .-.. ;....370-l Block Bridle 72-3 Board of Rpffcnti; 36 Brown Pala. , 326 BuildinKs 9-11 Business Administration 91-104 c Canterbury Club 314 Chftn ' ellor Gustavson 35 Chancellor ' s Reception _ 44 Cheerleaders 230 Chi Omega 340-1 Christian Student Fellowship 313 Coaches _ 231 Coed Counselors - 268 Coed Follies _ 25 Coed Sports _ 256-7 Coll-Agri Fun — 28 Commencement - _ 15 Corn Cobs 282-3 COKN ' UUSKKB 270-2 Cornhusker Co-op _ 330 Cornhiisker Countryman _ 278 Corn Shuckf „.276-7 Cosmopolitan Club . 302 Daily Ifebrtukan 273-5 Deans 38-9 Debate ' _ 296 Delian Union 304 Delta Chi „ 372-3 Delta Delta Delta 342-3 Delta Oamma _ 344-5 Delta Omicron 163 Delta Siiinia Delto 109 Delta Sigma Phi 374-5 Delta Sigma Pi 102-3 Delia Sigma Rho _296 Delta Tau Delta _ 376-7 Delta Theta Phi „ 133 Delta Upsilon _ 378-9 Dentistry College 105-12 Engineering College — 113-28 Engineering Exec Board - 55 Engineers Week - 26 Kla Kappa Xu 122 Faculty Homecoming 45 Farm House _ 380-1 Farmers Fair « — 29 Farmers Fair Board _ 292 Fine Arts College 159-66 Foods and Nutrition 68 Football, Varsity 232-9 Frosli Informals - 209 G Oamma Delta _ _ 314 ( lamina Lambda 194 (iamn;a Phi Beta _346-7 Genetics Theory _ 85 Colt 250 Gymnastics -47 H I u Homecoming ... Home Ec Club 71 .16-8 .. 69 Innocents 266-7 Inter-Fraternity Council 53 International House 324 Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship 316 Intramurals 252-5 Zv Day - 12-3 .Tonrnalisin Kiil ' i ' H Alpha JIu Kaii] a Alpha Thela ... Kai ' pa Delta Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappa Phi Alpha Kappa Sigma K4»smet Klub .167-72 171 ..348-9 ..350-1 ..352-3 310 ..382-3 ..284-5 Law 129-34 Legion de Fusileer 188 Legislature 37 Loomis Hall 328 Love Memorial Hall 329 Lutheran Student House 315 M Medical College 135-40 Mens Residence Halls 320-1 Methodist Student House 311 Migration 23 M il i 1 a ry 177-94 Military Ball 186-7 Mortar Board _ 264-5 Mu Phi Epsilon _... _ 162 N National Pershing Rifles 189 N-Club 228-9 Xrliraska Blue Print 126-7 Nebraska Chancellors 34 Newman Club 112 Nu Meds 138 Nursing 173-6 Orchesis 260 Orchestra _ 295 I ' alladian 30:1 Panhellenic 52 P. E. Club 259 Penny Carnival 27 Pershing Rifles - 190 Plialan.x 192 Pharmacy 141-5 Phi Alpha Delta 134 Phi Beta Kappa 87 Phi Chi Theta 104 Phi Delta Phi 134 Phi Delta Theta _ 384-5 Phi Gamma Delta 386-7 Phi Kappa Psi 388-9 Pioneer Hoii.se — 327 Pi Beta Phi _354-5 Pi Kappa Phi ...._ _.390-l Pi Lambda Theta -157 Pi iln Epsilon . . 88 Pi Tau Sigma - 122 Presbyterian Student House 309 Professors Are People 46 Pub Board 279 Red Cross 2S9 Red Guidon _ 188 Registration 14 Rosa Bouton 328 Scabbard and Blade 191 School Dances _ 30-1 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 392-3 Sigma Alpha Iota _. — 164 Sigma Alpha Mu _ 394-5 Sigma Chi _ 396-7 Sigma Delta Chi 170 Sigma Delta Tau _ _.356-7 Sigma Eta Chi 309 Sigma Kappa . 358-9 Sigma Nu 398-9 Sigma Phi Epsilon . 400-1 Sigma Tau 121 Sigma Theta Epsilon 310 Sigma Xi 89 Sinfonia - -- — 165 Sophomore Informals 196 Student Council 48-9 Student Union — 290-1 Swinuning 246 T Tas.sels 2801 Tau Kappa Epsilon 402-3 Teachers College 145-58 Tennis 250 Terrace Hall -325 Theta Chi _ -404-5 Theta Nu 138 Theta Sigma Phi 170 Theta Xi _ - 406-7 Towne Club — 298-9 Track _ - - 244-5 Tractor Testing 67 Trident - 192 Tri-K 70 U University Builders _ 286-7 University ROTC Band - —.294 Universitv Singers 293 V Varsitv Dairv 70 W WAA 258 Wilson Hall 330 Women ' s Residence Halls — 322-3 Wrestling 248 X Xi Psi Phi no. 11 YMCA VWCA Y Z ..306-7 ..306-7 Zeta Beta Tau ..408-9 Page 438 Student Index Ahbiihl. Mary. IAS. 197. 3H8, 2! 0. 3-i-2 . l .-n l, Jmur. 7X. 3112. 325 .Vln-riii ' lhy. Jaiiif . IU7, 396 . .i.vp.li.. .Ni-,i,T, :)02 A.-kmimii. .Vniia. 210. 340 A4 ' ki riimii. Kiluartl. lU. 39: .Ai ' ktnaii. -lant !. 210 . Uiii%. Ar -liif. 7K A ' litiii. Ilnrl ' sra. 210. 270. 3S4 A. Inn.. I ' .riin.l.Mi. 2IO. 371 A.Uiii,. .1..I11. 1 n;. rji v. ' n A.lnln-, .Mnr.in i.. ' ; ' . 4 A.|«iiiv SalK, I ' lT, ;;|-. A ' laiiii. V iiir.Mil. ' M. I 2. lu:l A. loin-,. WillUrn. l ' .»7. 37tl Atlitui i n. Marri ' ll. 1117. 248. 375 A.l.lu.i. .Vl.k. 2:l:i. 2;l ' Ak-n.n-. KMon, 1U7. 2. ' .- . 342 ;r..„- Knlnli.l, 190 -lO. 34. " . 210. 340 1 241 I I.. iiT, Mir, ' . (iavaril. I! " l. 193 . .i,.v.,- II- ■;••.:•. 1 • ' . ■ ' • l::7 ll.Ui. Jl. 22. 197. 337 .lohiv. lis. 379 : I. Ii. lli-viTlv. HI. 337 M.lrnli William. 210. 3S4 Ali ' XaiHl T. lit- trc . 14H. 22 l ' an li ' r. .loan. I. ' 2. 349 M.-xan I.T l..-lan l. l. " 2. 232. 400 Alli ' ti, ArnnM. :lo3 AII.Mi. Fran k. Hm). 197. 362 All. ' n. Cali n. 210 Allen. Jem-. 197. 300 AlU ' n. .Inhn. 94 .Vlli ' n. .Mnrv. 94. 340 AILmi. . lnrK.y. li . I4i . 265. 280. 333 .Mien. Sii n. 307 Alma. Carnlyn. .il. 1.12. 32r Alpelviin. Paul. 197. 39. ' i Allinnk. IVriham. 324 Allman. I.vli- ' JH. 39S Aniark. KirharH. 197. 320 AniLTM ' n. Charles. 197. 375 An«ler en. Donavnii. 190 .VniU-rsen. .Ierr -. 197. .iHf An ler en. I arry. 197. 230. 3s-i An.lersen. Kirlianl. 70. 327 Aniler on. .Vliee. . " ■4. 64. 307. 329 Aniler iiii. Itarliara. 197. 349 An.ler .in. Itev. ' rly. 210. 33H - ii.lerHt.n. harlene. 197 Aniler on. Di.naM C . 197. 365 An.lerM.n. Di.nalil H . " • 1 9«. 3BS .Vnil. r ..n. I . ris. 197. : ' tri - iHlersi n. F.dwin. 122. 12. ' . . n.l. r ..n. Kvelyn. f !. 337 .Vnileriiin. Frames. 51. 197. 330 An.lerj.on. Frank. 62. 365 . n.ler-on. .Fa.k R.. 125 . n.lerson. .John R.. HA, 36.. An.lerson. .lohn T.. ■ !. 3. ' 4 .Vn.lerwn. Lois. 210. 338 . n.ler nn. I.ii. ' ille. 152, 334 . n.ler »n. .Mar -in. 210. 379 An.lerson. Marv. 64. 354 An.lerson. Kolan.l. 197. 306, 380 An.lerson. Tli.imaK. ' A. 383 An.lerson. Warren. 53. 144. 391 An.lers..n. William. 118. 41 0 n.lreas. I ' aul. 316 . n.lreasen. i» ' orire. . ' ..5. 127 . n.lreasen. Harry. 1 18 . n.lrens. Max. 120. 197, 371 An.lreus. Rex. 96. 371 A|.|.lei:ale. FI0V.I. 108. 110 Ar.henl. Men.lell. 96. 392 Armilslead. I ' aul. 8|. 391 . rmslronc. I ean. 134 .Vrnislronc. I avid. 62. 383 -Vnnsironir. Dorothy. 197. 346 . rnislr. n»r. .l..an. 152. 346 Armsin.ni:. Philip. 78 .Vnnsironir. Phyllis. 2II .Vrnislronir. Ki.-harH. 116, ;:ii7 .VrnoM. Vanre. 7 ' . 375 Arnol.l. William. 279 . rrico. Ernest. 190 Arler. IVan. 116. 120. 379 Asinns. Lonise. 8I, 307, 350 .Asmils. Rohert. 64. 365 .Xsmnssen. Ri.-hard. 78. 379 Aten. Robert. 197. 379 Athey. Mil.lr.-.l. 210. 329 Anitiislin. Ilonal.1. 116. 122. 12.5. 392 Aiitrtistin. ' anehn. 210. 314. 368 . iicn.stine, Mary. 38 . userod. Marylyn. 148. 316. 325 Aiislentelil. Hans. 302 A.isliM. Daviil. 72. 188 ■ David, 197. 371 i Kent. 48, 81, 194. 273. 284. Axlell. Ri.haril. 197. 398 Axthelin. Norris. In-. I 10 . }ars. Kainun. 393. 437 Aya i. Aldiile. 302 Auauiii. Juse|tti. 302 llali.-...k. Car.. I J .- J .■. " , -.I ' l llnh.-.„k. t;e. ri:... 197. 39S ISa. h. Patriiia. Ts. 3il2 lla. hman. Harry. 3U6 lln. hman. Ilohert. 210. 388 llaehr. .Max. 132. 392 Ita. ' r. KinuntH ' l. 9-1 llahm. lain.-s. 2|il. 4(16 llailev. .lanet. 21o. 337 Itnilev. .loel. 78. 166. 265. 280, 288. 354 llailev. .lohn. 2111. 383 llailei. T. ' .!. 211). 41111 llailev. Willinni. 210. 367 Uair.l. I.eni.ri.. 197. 357 llair.l. Paul. 165. 210. 367 Ilaker. Kathrvn. 152. 164. 310. 322 liaker. Kot»-rt. 78. 409 Ilaker. Vniiie. 100. 197 Hatilersoii. Hiiele. 246 Hahtuin. Palri.-ia. 346 llnl. ' . RolH-rl. 197. 4U6 Hall. Ilerherl. 120 Ualtinc. ' r. Norma. 2 In llallon. Kuitene. 210. 398 Hamesliereer. Marilvn. 50. 69, 197, 314. 341) Italnlnel. Franeis. 94 Han. r..fl. Kh-anor. 78. 166. 333 Ilnnu-harl. Lola. 50. 78. 170. 307. 358 P.anlin. Fr.-il. 197 llaracar. Itarhara. 62. 298 liar. hiis. Kohert. 197. 396 ilarL-en. Norma. 163. 197. 322 Uarirer. . nne. 82. 287. 288. 345 llarirer. IV.I. 210. 371 llarker. Harlan. 70 llarker. William. 120 Harlow. Ann. 197. 345 Hnr re. Rieliar.l. 197. 406 llarnnr.l. Allen. 165. 197. 396 liarn.ls. William. 306. 314 llarnell. Marv. 64. 329 llarn.-s. Theresa. 210. 271. 334 Itarnes. Virginia. 69. 210. 329 llarnhart. .la.k. 94. 272. 383 Itarnviell. Robert. 210. 367 Ilarr. ' lt. Oonal.l. 78. 367 liarrelt. .Ian.-. 2 in. 298 Harrelt. .lohn. 210. 368 llarretl. Robert. 210. 371 llarrv. Douirlns. 94. 367 Itarrv. Helen. 14 8. 358 Harry. Leiilia. I 18. 358 llnrtels. Ktirl. 125 llarlenba.b. Henry. 96. 367 llarli al. Roln-rt. 210. 392 Ilanline. .Sally. 210. 345 llarlon. Donna. 152. 337 liarlosh. .Innies. 70. 197. 300 liartuiiek. K.lwar.1. 55. 116. 122. 125. 400 llarlnnek .Marirnrel. 210. 340 lla.kin. .Marvlu ' lle. 197. 338 llaskin. Viru ' inia. 62. 148. 338 Itasler. William. 197. 320 llatehehler. Dean. 108. 398 Hales, .loan. 210 Hath. Wavn... 64. 326 Batlev. Charles. 197. 250. 384 Hniier. Arihiir. 148. 228. 232. 236, 368 Hnii.r. Donald. 62 llaiier. .lean. 163 Haner. .lohn. 96. 372 Haiierineister. RiihanL 188, 197, .368 Hanm. IJIen. 62. 74 llaiiinan. Wenilrll. 183. 190. 193 Haver. Pecev. 14 8, :!42 Havb.v. Rarrlav. 78. 170. 185. 400 ll. ' a.hler, .lanet. 197. 338 H.-a.hlev, KanK-v. 132. 392 Real. Ileverlv. 210. 342 H. ' al. Nanev. 210. 333 ll.-al. Thomas. 82. 376 H..am. Arlen. 62. 72. 170. 282. 365 H.-am. Charles. 210. 365 Heam. Donal.]. 248 Heasini;. Uiis. 148. 164 Ueatlie. Richard. 134 H..atlv. Donald. 96. 392 Realty. Mildred. 148. 340 Beavers. Doyle. 70 Heavers. Rainuiia. 304 llebb. Kmi ' sl. 210. 367 H...han. Palrieia. 197. 27 He. ' benhaiir. RoWrt. 33i He.k. .Mil... 124 Pe. ' k. Palri. ' ia. 104 He. ker. Arthur. 197. 380 lleeker. Doi.al.l. 210. 375 Iteeker. .iHe.ineline. 64. IT lle.ker. .I. ' an. 78. 354 lleeker. Phvllis. 197. 322 II... ker, Walla.-e. 134 II... k.r, William. 94. 406 Hi..klev. .Mar. ia. 152. 353 ll..dell. Hetty. 141, 35s lli. ' elialn. lohn. 197. 379 Iteerlilie. IJIenn. 197. 392 Hekiiis. .Mania. 52. I4- . 345 Hell. Harbara. 2lii. 26il. 271. 35;i Hell. .Iiilin. 69. 197. 310 Rell. .Marleii... 197. 280. 298 lielsheim. Kilmund. 131 Heiie lirt. Franeis. 310 Heliedirl. (iilln-rt. 210. 400 Henetson. Clierrie. 148. 340 Henjainin. Natiey. 82. 354 Helin. Ceeele. 152. 350 Itenson. Donald. 78. 375 Reran. .lanet. 197. 322 llereiidt. Mans. 302 Rerj,.. K.lward. 197. 383 Iteri;. Kiik-eiie. 48. 148, 267. ■Js;. jss ;i,:i Rerc. Waldo. 197. 376 Herictrreii. ClilT.ir.l. 78 Hertfirren. .loan. 6 1. 329 Rerirli. .Marilyn. 152. 349 lleri;i|uist. Donald. 134 Heri;.|iiist. William. 134 HeriTslen. Pi-ter. 210. 367 Herirslraesser. Riilli. 78. 298 lleritstrom. .Ta.k. 94. lOO llerik-aii. Il. ' ori:... 96. 387 Herican. .lerrv. I 16. 387 Herke. Robert. 65. 314. 365 Hems, (ielieva. 210. 329 Herrier. Karla. 210. 322 Herrv. .In. 210. 346 Berry. Wes. 327 Best. William. 197. 39.- R..t;.. William. 82. 372 Henlel. Flora. 78. 358 Rever. Donald. » 2. 70. 71. 292. 365 • Hever. Ki.hard. 210. 375 Ribn. Harbara. 210. 337 Ri.-k. Ri.-har.l. 78, 367 Ili...lerinnnii. Oridia. 210. 334 liierinan. Aiieril. 69. 197. 380 Hiesen ' l. rrer. Donald. 188 llilliu-. Riibard. 97. 270. 284. 388 Hinu-liam. Herald. 210. 376 Itisi ' hof. .lim. 210. 330 Ilish. .1. William. 62 Rish. William A.. 197 Risho|i. Delaine. 65. 338 Hjorkliin. .Tohn. 148. 327 Hlahn. Allan. 197. 406 RIair. Lee. 82. 403 Rlan. ' liar.l. Honita. 78. 328 Rlankenship. .lames. 78. 284, 388 RIaser. Lawren. ' e. 197. 379 Rlaiier. Kli aheth. 210. 298 Hlei.h..r. Miriam. 197. 322 Rless. Norman. 62. 74 HIessinir. Alfred. 152. 241. 367 Rlo. k..r. Don. 210. 384 Hloom. Don. 229. 232, 236, 238 nine. Lvle. 210. 367 nine. William. 133 Hlunk. Rbhard, 53. 97. 362 Hlnnn. Altb. ' a. 314 IWbst. William. 62. 70. 300 Ho.k. L..O. 123 llo.k. Saiidn. 210. 358 Itodtker. Willard. 134 Rohl. Daryl. 188. 310 Rohmont. D.m. 198. .396 Bohner. .lanel. 193. 334 Bohiier. L.H . 120 Roland. Aiidrev. 210. 340 Boll. Diiane. 232. 239 Bollen. Barbara. 307 Rolton. .loann. 210. 358 Bond. RolH-rt. 210. 400 Ronebriirhl. Doris. 148. 350 Bonness. Harold. 116. 326 nor.-herdinir. . shirlev. 48, 152. 298 Bor.hnian. Alfrinl. 116. 372 Boreaard. Mary. 148. 3411 Borir. Clayton. 198. 320 Borcmann. Carl. 38 Boris. Andrew. 82. 406 Bosrhen. l,.oiiise. 78 Boslev. Larrv. 82. 367 Bo»well. Ali.e. 62. 292. 307. 329 Bothiim. Susan. 198. 333 Botl. Wanda. 148. 259, 260, 268, 280, 298 lloukaiher. Thoiiiai.. 210. 375 llonernian. Fav. 116. 120 llo«ers. iret.hen. 152. 337 Bowman, loe. 3113 lluHiiian, Dorothy. 62. 204 307 329 Boyd. D.in. 134. 194 Hover. Manila. 2111 Hr»i- M.I " ■ ' ■■ ■17 iM.. Hi.. Hi.. :I9i ' . Hi Hrati.lon. Doi.. Brasee. Carl. 1 Hrea.-b. I..iar.-i. Rreek. Ileltv. 14 «. Int. 328 RrivliliaiH ' r. Harbara. 198. 314. 3.58 Br.. lthaiier. KlitalH-lli. 21 I ' it ' ' - Hnn ' se, F.l.li-aii. 4h. 51 Hrebiii. Harold. 116, 120 Breslin. Philip. 198. 403 llres.man. Charl. ' s, 7s, Is. ' ,, luo, 191, 384 Rrewi. k. Marv. 2 11. :i ' .ii Ilri.li:.s. K.ls.,ii. 211. 3»6 Briik-es. .Marvin. 97. 191, 193. 39« Brill, .lolin. 116. 125 Briinm. P.. 233 llrindley. Harpy. 312 Hrinkman. Kliialieth. 211. 296. 354 Hrill. The..dore. 233 llriii. ' nhani. D.-aii. 19s. 3s 1 Hrilteiiham. .Molly. I 41. 259. :l|ii Hritlin. Robert. 198. 38.s Rroar.lv. Kliilte. 41 Rr.i.k. Donald. 133 Rrorkemeier. Harlan. 97, 368 Rrofkb ' y. MMiri. ' e. 211 HroL ' eii. .lohn. 1 34 Rrooks. Raymond. 211. 396 Hrost. Ren. • 2. 70 Hroiiirhton. Charles. i»2. " 11 Hroni:lilon. .I.ihn. 1 16. 124. 320 Hrovv.T. .lohn. 1 34 Rrouti. Heverlv. 211 Rrowii. Deloris. 211. 310. 322 Hr..«n. Cerald. 211. 392 Rrowii. .lames. 211. 392 Rrowii. .Iani.-e. 21 1. 298 Rrowii. .loe. 78. 398 Brown. Ken. 116. 248, :is7 Brown, l.orene. 152. ' _ ' ' - Brown. .Marion. 19s, Brown, Raymond. 2 I 1 1 ' ■ Rrown. RnlMTt. 198 Rrown. . ' heila. 211. 340 Rrown. Verlita. 211. 334 Rrow ' iiiiii;. Donald. 211. 383 Rrownlee. . " iie. 22. 211. 345 Rnibaker. .Tames. 211. 392 Rr%aii. Harbara. 211. 259 Rrvanl. Arthur. 97. 100. 188, 191, 379 Biihli. Willa. 148 Rurhanaii. .lames. 153, 241, 242. .392 Rurk. Marv. 65. 340 Buck. Nanry. 104. 338 Bnekinirhani. Dean. 198. 367 Biirv. Larie. 211. 328 Bueiirer. Dale. 21 1 Bneltel. Anthonv. 124 Bull. Rellv. 153. 358 Bull. .Tani.-... 211. 358 Bills. Richard. 118. 183. 193. 368 Runjer. Van Kirk. 198. 383 Biirmeister. Charles. 97, 275, 282. 287. 379 Bumieister. Ivan. 120 Burnhani. Lester. 65. 300 Runsen. Dale. 198. 368 Rumen. William. 82. 250. 398 Biirdie. Barbara. 198. 349 Rurford. .I. ' an. 198. 337 Biiriress. Carl. 124 Rureess. Martin. 302 Riirhaln. Dtiane. 116. 120 Biirkhard. .lames. 198. 411I Biirkhar.ll. lira.-.-. 211. 342 Burkliind. Marria. 153. 310. 330 Rnrlev. Donna. 148. 342 Burris. .Ia.k. 94. 392 Burris. Martin. 327 Burrows. (Jeorce. 65. 401 Run. .loset.h. 143 Hurt. Kathleen. 164 Riirt.in. K. ' iineth. 125 BiislKMini. tiordon. 198 Bush. Leonard. 97. 193. 2 -12. 395 Rusher. .loan. 211. 337 Buss. Carvlvn. 69. 211. 329 Buss. Mardelle. 78. 340 Biissell. .lark. 327 Button. Nanry. 50. 153. 333 Cadd.v. Dale. 120 Page 439 f aihvalladiT, Charles. 198 300 ail valla kT. Klaine. 211 337 ally. Frc(leri -. 82 :tti7 rally. Win. 198. 367 • alia. .lean. 132. 333 Calia. Joyie. 78, 333 alikr. Carol. 1.18. 337 f ' aliler. Chli.e. I.i3. 307 334 Calilwell. Robert. 148. 171 Caley. Lorin. 320 437 CuMiniin .Jane. 211. 260, 261. 271, 34.i " Inn. .James. 211. 406 • t. ■ • ■• iinil ' hell. .lames. 211. 398 ' " i " l ' l ell. .lanel, l.-,3, 3.i4 aiiipluil. .Veil. 148 3lo Hn,,,l,|.|l. I ' liyllis. .-.0. 78, 287, 338 an.l.rjilKe. William. 198, 388 ameriin. Carolyn. 198. 345 " " ' I ' fielil. .Marilyn. 148, 157, 170 264 ' anaiiay. Doree. 198. 333 ' anailay. .Inlian. 65, 404 I anailay, Ralph. 198, 403 apiiirlia, Louis 248 apek, Dale. 108. 384 Cnppell, Dorothy. 63. 69. 280 S-iS anil r, VifKinia. 211. 322 ' arharl. Mary. 211, 342 Carlson. Ann. 198. 302 Carlson. Heverlv. 64. 211 309 arlson. Honnie. 78. 333 ' ' arlson. Doris. 198,271 ' 96 tm ' tAn Carlson, Earl. 82. 314 " ' ' ® Carlson. KImer. 78. 383 Carlson. Kallivrn. 153 3 4 Carlson. Roherla. 153 ' Carlson. Roilnev. 3B7 437 Carlson. Rocer. 1 IS s g Carlson. Twyla. 211 350 ' nrlyon. Don. 94 Carmiihael. Vernon. 125 arnaliy. Harris. 94, 392 Carnahan. Annette. 62 340 f arney. Larry. 196. 233 CarolI.ers. Charle.s, 108 398 arothers, Vance. 190 • ariieniler. .lane. 22 2U 349 J arpenler. Marry. 78. 398 ' ariM-r. Allan. 21 1 396 Carr. Don. 2 11. 400 Carr ' ■. ' ! " " ■ ' • ' ' " • l 7. 264, 268, 280. 298 t arr. Mary Lou. 153, 298, 310 arroll. .Jack, 232 Carson. Diik. 82, 387 Carson. Karl. 109 Carter. Carroll. 78, 392 I arler. Glenn. 116. 123 310 ( arter. .Jnniie. 21. 22 65 349 arter. .Jayne. 62 353 ' arter. Rolierl. 211. 400 Carvelh. Joan. 78. 337 Carveth. .Steve. 198. 384 Ca,se. Xorman, 55. 124 387 ' ast. Darrell. 116, 123 ' 107 Cast. Herbert. 62 31 ' ' Ca.stewell. Herwvii. 122 l ) " , Castner. Rose. 21 1 3411 Caveniler. Mvron. 39 erh. Henry. 228 Ceril. Kenneth. 124 Cer.vaner. Jlarolil. M.s Chab. Robert. 194 Chaie. .loan. 153. 334 Chaee. ,Marv. 62. 265 Chael Frederick. 55. 116, 120 314 3BS lamberlin. Marsaret. 148. 261 337 hanipine. .Janet. 153 345 ' • ' handler. Leo. 133 • ' jiani,-. Pint ' Hsinc. 62 bapinan. Harr -. 190 Chapman, .lames. 97 I ' barleston. Lois, 211 Chase. .Joe. 21 1 3 ' (i Chase I ' hillip, 118, 191 Chalfielil, Lee, 39 Chadesler, ,Tack, 188. 211 387 hcrny. Carol. 65. 333 ( lerny. (Jen rude. 198, 338 iildress. Marion. 148 36 ' ' bipman. Moneen. 21 1 349 Chisholm. I-eslie. 82. 185 406 f horney. Tillie. 211, 357 Christensen. Asa. 133 Christensen. lietlie. 198 S " liristensen. Elsie. 82 337 ( hnslenscn. .James, 165 Christensen, Kalherine, 120 hrislensen, Laurence, 134 t irislenson, Doris. 153 268 iristoffel. Carmen. 148 337 bristoffel. Kav. 198 337 iristo,,h. Richard. 211, 367 f bubhuck. Vorn.a. 78, 170. 265. 298 Inibbuck. I ' hvMis 211 338 Cliuda.off. Phyllis. 82, ' 357 (human, Tbeodoro, 108 no bunb. Carole, 21 1 34 ' Church. .John, 108, i 10 " Cburcb. Robert. 97. 103 194 f hurchill, Roy, 193 Cisne.v. Cordo ' n. 65 Claiip. I ' alricia. 153 34 " Clark. Clinton. 21 1 ' tark, CfMinie. 211, 333 C ark. Douglas, 211, 367 (ark. .Jean. 52. 148, 353 (ark. Marilyn, 50, 153, 280 34 " ( lark. Milton. 94, 406 Clark. Polsv. 51 Clark. Ronald. 232. 239 Classen. Willard. 74 fMans. Fred. 124 C ' lau.sen. Edwin. 97. 404 Claussen. Riihard. 211. 367 Clayton. Enimetl. «5. 76 3- 0 ( layton, Georpe 120 (•leiTf,-. Denzil. " i. 21I. 306 ( enienl. Kenneth. 21 I 36- ( linBenuan. Karen. 211 Clore. Corinne. 21 1 334 Clothier. Kichard. 94. 404 (louffb. Marian, 211 Coad. Hetty. 198, 353 Coatinau. .Simon. 198, 375 Coats. Lorraine. 153. 350 Cobb. William. 133 Coble. Halcyon. 148, 349 Cochrane, Ladd, 211 390 Coder, George, 65. 383 (of fey. William, 120 Coffie. Ted. 211. 383 Coffmau. Rex. 65. 72. 188, 300 ( ohen. Marbara. 211, 357 ( ohen, David. 21 1 395 Cohen. .Jack. 97. 275, 282 409 Colbert, Beverly, 78 34 " Cole, Wendell. 78, 194, 400 Co enian. Harold, 70. 198. 300 Collier, Lester. 78 CollinK, Jerry. 71. 198. 396 Collins. Donald. 211 " 47 38 " Collins. James. 212. 362 ' Collins. Lawrence. 65, 365 ( oilman. .Tames. 212 362 Colsou. Keith. 198 384 Colwell. Darbara. 212 354 Conger. Clayton. 153 Conner. George. 94, 100 (onuer, Orvaj. M. ' l. 362 Conrad. Herman. 148 314 Conway. Patricia. 148. 298 Cook. Clyde. 306 Cook. Donald. 94. 367 Cook. Edward. 132, 134 367 C ' ook. Harriet. 212. 333 (■ " ok. Louise. 78. 325 Cook. .Marilyn. 69. 307 3 " 9 437 look. Roger. 10(1. 198 ' ' ' ' C ' ook. Sharon. 212 337 Cooksley. Roland. 62 Coon. Dean. 148. 306 Cooper. Albert. 82. 398 ( ' ' •per. Donald, 228 Coojier. Mabel. 62 Cooper. Virginia. 198. 258 354 ( ojieland. Jerrv. 190 21 " 400 Corn. Marlene. 212. 357 ' Cornish. James. 97. 387 Corp. Catherine. 198. 260 3 54 (orrales, William. 109 ' Corrick. Janice, 198 340 Coryell. Adele. 198. 271. 288. 353 toryell. Lorraine. 212. 261 333 Costello. liernard, 62 391 ( o.stello. Jeanne. 212 (Vilter. Gene. 212, 367 Cottingham, Robert 97 10 " Coulter. Calviii. 53. 132 4o " 4 Couiie. Maril.vu. 153, 280, 287 3]-) -t-ij Conpens. Don. 198, 367 " -, iji Court, Frank. 212 398 Courtney. W. R 97 Covalt. Richard. 78, 403 Covington, Mar.vann. 212 337 ( owle.s. Nanette. 153, 296 34 " Co. -. Cathleen. 153, 261. 276 334 ( ox. .James. 144, 392 Coy. Shirley. 52. ' 198. 307 337 Co .ier. William. 212 383 ' Craft. Ruth. 62. 303 Craig. Clark. 116. 125 Craig. Robert. 125 Cramer. Adele. 78. I 70. 34 " Cramer. Alan. 212 39 " C ' randell. Donovan ' . 165 Crarcn. Edward, 228 246 " 47 Crawford. Ann, 153, 345 Crawford, lirvce. 132 388 Crawford. Florentine. ' 324 Crawford, . rark. 212. 383 Creamer. Charlotte, 82 35 " ( rea.sman, Ciary, 94, 102 Crellin, James, 144, 326 Crilly. Janis. 78. 342 Cripe, Marv. 437 Croft. William. 310 Crom. Rex. 54. 65. 71, 380 ( rom. Richard. 62. 70 310 Croniu. Richard. 148. 327 Crook. J. Donovan. 198 376 Crook. Robert. 153. 406 Cropper. Marilyn. 148. 259 " 60 34 " Crosb.v. LeRo.v. 212. 392 Crowe. Marbara. 212. 333 Crowiiover. Robert. 306 Cuckler. Raymond. 116 r 0 CumminK,s. Anne. 82. 258 259 350 ( unningham. Clarence 55 i " -i Page 440 Cunningham. Donald, 198. 296 36 " Curley. Phil. 109 Curley. Richard, 62, 188. 365 ( urran, Jamie, 228, 250 Curtis, Clayton, 232 Curtis, Guy, 198, 383 Curliss, Charles, 82, 194, 396 Curtiss, Harrv, 132 383 Curli.ss. Ruth Ann, 148, 354 C ilshing, Merrill, 78 Cuthberl.son, M. Carolee. 148 353 C illler. Muriel. 212. 322 Ciiller. Richard, 212,406 Daehling. Kirdella. 212 Dahl. Darwin. 148 Dahike, .lames. 62 70 Dahlke. .lean. 153 ' Uail.v. Marv. 82. 338 Dake. ,Iean, 212, 337 Dale, Douglas, 97, 250, 367 Daley, Sandra, 212 Ualgarn, Allen, 132. 398 Dallam. Doris. 153 Dallam. .lanet. 52. 149, 340 l al]am. .lohn. 212. 398 Dallas. Harriett. 212. 334 Daly, Fritz. 42 Dana. Irving. 116. 367 Dane. Lawrence 212 3 " 6 DanieLs. Eugene. 62. 74 Uanielson. David. 65 365 Danker. Donald. 304 paulv. .Maijorie. 51. 163 198 IJanncbl. Lavern, 198, 368 Dargeii, ,Iohn, 94, 102 144 Dark. .Vaiic.v, 296 Davidson, Vernon, 97, 277 28 " 409 I)av|s. Arnold. 65. 70. 198, 365 ' Davis, Doiin, 78, 170, 388 Davis, Jack. 198, 383 Davis. Jean, 212, 358 Davis, John, 376, 437 Davis. Nancy. 153. 334 Davis. Volanda. 212. 340 Davison. Roger. 212 403 Dawson. Robert, lis 396 Day. Janet. 198 Day. Thomas. 21 " 388 Deal. Heverly. 153. 260. 334 Dearden. Ralph. 133 Delielly. William. 310 neliord. .Naiiii. 198. 268, 276 334 Decker. Edear. 94 Decker. Robert. 212 376 Dederman. Arthur. 116 1 " 0 Denies. Ileiirv. 194 248 peitering. Duaue. 153 391 pe.Ionge. Lee. 149. 368 c .lunatre. Alargery, 212, 338 DclliiigcT, Dean. 165 Jell, Paoli, Donald. 198.375 Delli I ' aoli. Ri.har,]. 212 375 DeLong. .Martha. 149 353 IJellon. ,leff. 149. 165,250 DeMarco. .lames. 302 De.Mers, .loyce. 212 Dempster. Pho ' ebe. ' l 98. 261 353 Jeiikcr. Gordon. 116. 179. 191, 320 Denius. Howard. 78 379 Dennis. .Joe.sejdi. 188 Dcppen. Jane. 212. 354 Uerieg. Eileen. 62. ' 69. 186 340 IJesmond. .Terry. 198. 246 ' 39 " Deter. Donald. 198 368 ' " " Deu.ser. Charle.s. 116, 383 Devereux, Joris, 149, 354 Devoe, ,Sara, 153, 345 Devore. Nora. 212. 354 Devries. Donald. 198 384 V Y ' V; " ■ " " " ' ' ■• -• 350 Dick. Harry. 302 pick. .Tohii. 138. 198. 388 Dicke. Donna. 149. 325 pickson. William. 94 102 Dicus. Martha. 153 354 Dieilrichscii. Earl. 62 Diehin. Harold. 212 320 llierks. Merton. 212 ' 300 Diers. Joan. 78. 338 Diers. Robert. 153, 400 Diestel. Peggy, 212, 346 Dietz. Richard. 116 1 " 5 Dill. Kathleen. 307 Dill. William. 78. 320 pillmaii. liarbara. f98 345 Dillon. .Mary. 19s. 322 pinklage. Herman. 198, 232 398 Diltnian. Mark. 65. 375 Dixon. Nancy. 20. 22. 153 333 Donahue. Wavne. 212 37i Donaldson. Carl. 41 ponarico. Lorenzo. 198,248 406 ponohoe. Robert. 97. 396 Donovan. Thomas. 181 poole. William. 212. 406 Doolittle. Marilvn. 62 303 Dorn. Hyroii. 79, 372 Dornbush, Delvin 94 Donvart, Daniel, 212, 400 Dosek, Joanne, 212 34 " pougla.s. Paul, 133 pouglas. Thomas. 153 372 Douglass. William. 246, 398 437 Downey, James, 193 powney, Marian, 199 375 Downing, Diane. 260 poyle. Janie.s, 62. 72 365 Drangsholt. Thomas. 108 UO Duckwortli. Robert. 149. 383 Dudley. Douglas. 1 18, 392 Dudley, George, 94. 392 pudle.v. Robert. 108, 110 Duerr, Richard. 212 396 puis. Robert. 171, r94 " 70 Dunivan. Albert 228 " 47 " 50 ptiiibar, Donald. 212 ' 396 ' " piincan. Howard. 55. 1 " 6 1 " 7 pilnklau. Richard. 127 3i4 " punn. Harbara. 212 337 punn. Douglas. 190, ' 21 " 367 Dunn, Grace, 212 Dunning, Earl, 9 ' 4. 100, 391 purland, Harbara, 153, 346 Durr, ,Iohn. Iss piiryea, Ladd. 170 Dulcher. Donald. 327 Dutton. Don. 94. 398 pution. Frank. 55. 120 Dulton. I ' atsv. 82 342 Duxhury. Richard, 132 398 Dwehus. Bob. 327 Dyer. Gene. 79, 326 Eagen. William. 122 1 " 5 Easlergard. .Sue. 15,3. r63. 260 345 Eatherlon. Larry. 212. 398 Eberbart. Doris 62 3 " 8 Eberhart. Steve. 65. ' 71, 72, 306, 380 r.bers. Dale. 82. 320 Eherspacher. Dean, 62, 72, 306, 380 tbmeier. Devona. 316 Ebner. Larrj-. 97. 368 Ecklund. Clovd. 212 3 " 0 Edd.v. Loi.s. 310 Edstrom. .Tohn. I 34 Edwards. Jo.se|ih. - 12 380 Egger. Rolland. 79. 188 Eggert. Richard. 314 Rhler. CVrald, 71, 212, 306, 365 filers. Bonnalyn. 199, 346 Eis. I»hylli.s. 280 Ei.senach. Leonard. 94. 10 " Eisenach. Miriam. 199 fcisenbart. Wayne. 62. 387 Ekblad. iMarian. 94. 104 303 Ekburg. Dean. 188. 189, ' 212 3 " 0 406 Ekstrand, Margaret, 62, 303 ' Elder, ,ToAnn. 199 337 Kledge. Rillie. 247 Elliott. Curli.s. 46 Elliott. Donald, 79. 406 E liolt Dorolli.v. 24. 199. 284 337 Ellis. Kenneth. 82 37 " Elsenian Marilyn. ' 51.-65. 302, 307 E well. J„|,„, ,99 270. 387 M.v. Dorotliv. 149 338 Eniergil. Melahat. ' 324 Emery. Audrey. 212 Engdahl. Herbert. 94. 398 Engel. Eugene. 212 365 Engel, Leo, 212, 400 Engelkemicr. Joanne. 65. 69 " 9 " 107 t " " ! Engelkmg. Alice. 199. 330 -- " " • -» Engle. .Vorma. 199. 280 3 " s Engler. I ' aul. 62. 72 37 ' 6 Engler. Richard. 125 Eno. Gene. 199. 375 Epperson. Frank. 109 Epstein. Ira. 199. 230. 247 288 39-, Epslien. . rthur. 97 274 395 ' " Eret. Donald. 124 Erickson. Dean. 133 Erickson. Eleanor. 65. 69. 307, 316 329 Erickson. Norma. 199. 35S " . " -= ' Erickson. Robert 199 Erwin. Marilvn. 212 Esrh. Elaine. ' 199. 261 345 Essman. Roger. 212. 365 Eslermann. Dolores. 65 69 3 " S Estcs. Dorothy. 79. 298, ' 309 Estes, .James. 190. 212 375 Einuind. Donald, 94 384 Eulc. John. 212. 326 Evans. Hruce. 132. 392 Evans. Claire. 166. ' 199 353 Evans. Franklin. 212 Evans. Jerry. 82, 392 Evans, ,Ioseph. 82 Evans. Robert. 79. 383 Evans. Shirley. 149. 353 Everton. Keith. 144. 398 Event. Eugene. 82. 367 Ew ing. .Terry. 82. 403 Ewing. John. 153. 362 Exslrom. Arthur. 213. 388 Eyon. Philip. 213, 387 f-yth, ;r»(i«. L ' |3, MU Ka-I.IN MariAii, 1;I3 J, " ' Anil. |3;l. 350 ;. " " ' - . 408 ;, " ' I ' - ' ! ' . 312 I all uiii,„i!,, i:i;i. :i7(i fuliliv .li.lin, i;ij :i.j.K •■. ' ■rl.-.v. llnrhnm. M, 199 JuriiuT. Hill. :;i:i .m, ' " ■■ ' " ••r. ( ' Brill. I ' m :i-.s Kurniiiii -. .s„,„ii,i III Jiit-lfi. lli-viTl.v. Jl:!. J40 Milir. Willimii. 134 r uliriiiitii. .luvfo. 213 j ' " PullliriKik. Kiirl. 93 KulliT. .Iiiliii. ' .17. lUd. KH Ml liTloii l.iii,.,.. 1,(4 ,99 .j ., MlliiiT. V,.,|,.v. 213 :i7i f ulluii. .Surah. S2. I. " ,.!, -j- i, 2«k i-.i l-uliliiT. John. I7. -IDI H ' W. 24K, 4iMI I ' K.I. 34:. ■n. 213 Kiirri Ki,.. (•■;i K., K,„ ,, K. K.-i.) K.-lli„„„ , KfllllK ,. I Kriixl.T. 1; f n t..r. .I..1.11. js.. „ . 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KnciT. 213 37 i ' r i. Daviil. 190 » " itJl.-.Talil. .lark. 213. 3KS rlalUTly, Mnri, 199 " 71 313 Hnnacin. KI. ' aiH.r l.-.:l .31,1 ' Mi ' sInt, Diinal.l. i 1 1;. 307 I- Ifl. Ilir. .I»ii,. niy .||„ HiikiT W«|,,,r. 213. 3 i 4. .368 W. ■ A» ' ln-y. T ' .l. 31.7, 338 r liKi ' l. Fraiiii , |:;i) riilfv. .liihii. 112. 330 Kiillrii.T. H 111:1,. 7.1 290 37 1 Jiiiin.T. DiMina. 213 333 J.i ' ll . .Mi ' lvin. 149. 194 rjMitt ' . KolitTt. 97 Fiirlivs. .limn. l. ' ,3. 345 Jorli, ' ,. Kalhl. ' ,.n. 149. 164 3 ' S for.l. (.ary, 132. 367 foril. Kirhunl. 199 3,s3 Foriiia li. Iliinald. 79 40fi ronimn. .liise|ih. 122 f ' ornr.v. I.ewi.s. i49. ' |«.-, 194 Kiriu-y. .Mary. 199 Forh. .rove -. 199 314 FoMi.T. Charli-. " . ' 4() fowliT. .I,.m,. i.-,:| 40 tax. . lfrtMl. 97 109 Fox. [)i,ii»|d. t r.. 32 " o fraininim. ,Mi,-,., 97 104 3. p " !; ' •■! " ■ ' ' " " . " 9- IS9. 191. 3fi2 rraiiiki ' , drrrair. 3.-(0 Frank. HoUti. |. « 190 Franki ' . .loan. 2. ' 9 Fran .-n. Larn. 199 3X8 l-ro.l,Tirk. Uns. 307 f rwHiaii. Iionirlas. 194 rrcMiian. Frr l. 97 193 403 Freriiiif. .MiWri ' il. 324 Frpi. Donalil. 213. 3s« Froi. .Mjlion. 8.- , 39s Frrnih. Carol, j-. ' i Fr. ' nih. Carrnll. 213 Fri-riihs. .lance. 199. 342 Frirk.-. R.ihcrl. 199. 388 Fricdlc. I.ila. 199. 316 ' ■ ' . ' ' ■ ■ ' hirli-y. 213. 3.-,o Fri(,son. I.avon. 94! 368 Frills. Dujehl. 213 388 F™i:i; ' (w ' ?r; :,- " ' - " ' ' ' • " o-- = ' « Fniehlinc. .Alma. 199 S S tnihhni-. Ma.l.-lon. 2i3 " 3i)9 riii ' hs. Sydna, 199. 34.1 Fu.hscr. Fay. I IK. ' 123 326 358 tl ' i (Udiljii. I ' alririn I I ' l iadr. Dill.., (ia.li ' , .Ma, (iai ' lli. I,,,,. (iallacliiT. Kh iil.iil, 1 I ' l :-, ; (Jallaclii.r. Harold. 213 V ' l (•nlliT, I ' aiil. 132. 39:. ' (lalvin. im-. ' . 213 37 ' i (iaiiiiM. ' l. .Ii.liii. 199 :t7 , (•aniri ' l. I{i,l ,.ri. 199 ..171 ••aiik-i ' l. William. 97 371 ' ;«iu..|. Vircil. 71. 306 ;ard. K«y, 71. u,., 306. 380 (;nr,ln..r. Harliiira. 94. 3.-.4 iarili,,.r. llwuvin.. 1.19 391 (■nriliiiT. .laik. 213 383 (■arilm.r. Hol .n. 149. 3S3 (lari-y, .Marjorv. 149 3 ' ' 5 (jarfinkli ' . .All,:,,. 39. ; .f;,7 (lariin. Kiimnr. 91. 409 (■MrriMMiii, Kiilinrd. Iti. " , 194 |.irra„, Kli„il,..,|,. 144.350 ••arllauil. .Mnrv. 1,-|3 334 J:ii». Kli,«l,..|r,. .-.o. i9B. 268, 349 ;n . Walter. 79. 388 ;«(.•.-. Kiiili. 213. 338 (lalz, Clinliin. 371. 437 (■aufi-r. .Norman. 213. 400 (;aiii.-iT. V..ndi.||. 62. 400 (»ay. I iiiini . 2 1 3. 376 (»ay. (iordon. 19»i fii ' ark... iJonald. 199 376 ;i-hhard . Kobi.rl. 199 404 ; ' i ' . .lohn. 316 licf.sfn. Cri ' lclipn. 199 345 (.(■Iwiik. Willnrd. 94 100 (.vortro. It,.v..rlv. 309 .■ ' • " ■■ ' •■ ' •■ " arolil. 116. 12.1,320 (.pi.riri.. I.elaiid. 199 365 Juiiri:,.. .Mania. 149! 259, 310 (■iTil. ' s. I ' aiil. 134 (ivrplirk. Lois. 199. 280 357 (; Tiri ' l. .lohii. 149 is:, :!..6 • ••■rliari. .Marv. 213 3 11 " • ■iTln.h. .sin„|,.v. I,-,:) 3, 4 J.cnilailis. I,.h . ' 3(12 304 (teruiik. Carl. 62 74 (•fs. ' .nor. (i,.ne. 116. 387 (.lii ' i«ari. .Mohamad. 302 l.ihK. .rami ' .s. 199. 400 C.ihh,. .lohn. 213 (iihsoii. Kiiih. 213. 334 • •ii ' rhai,. Cnrolyn. 213 340 (»iivscki-r. .Man-. 6.-. 3.W : ' " " •■« ' . ' ' ■ ' ' " " -ilia. 1.-I4. 353 Jjllivs. Hi.liard. 213. 320 ' ;! " " " " l ' ' ' ' . Hu.Vnn. 199 ' ■! ' !■ " . ' o -l . 199, 334 (■llllfRii. Ann, 213 337 •mIIiIbmiI, Harold 149 • ■ , 3kt J.ilniorc, Itarhara. 1 .-.I. " 163 ' . ' 34S (jinior... Kllioll. 116.388 J.I nior.-. .I„hi,. 213. 398 (■ilniori ' . Marv. 199 298 J.ilinnr... I{nl„.ri. 191. 199, 3 4 (iilti-lman. K,.va. 213 357 ' ■illnfr. Caryl. 79. 325 (ilad.siom-. liarolii. " " 13 395 (•lanu. .Mflvin lo ' l (il-e. V..rl. 122. 125 ;lork. Karhara. 62 340 .lock, .(ami, 22. 16 ' 2. 199. 340 :;fciM! i:;: " ;i-i!,- ' ' » ' -«-- " - ' «- ;odfri-y, .laini.s 232 • ioed.-. (;.-rald. 116, 125 i.o.-cl,.in. liiihard. 233 " 39 (.core.,. .Tane. 154. 358 .ocro!i. Vinr. ni. I 85 •ioi-rine. . ' hirli ' v 199 •iorf. Floyd. 199, 362 •johdo. . rlin... 149, 350 ( " ihdf, (iotiritf, 213 367 (joldinir. .Ii.rry. 188. 199 r;67 ' oII. farilyn. 82. 342 •joll. Kirha ' rd. 232. 387 437 (■onion. Charlo.s. 213 398 (•onMli ' s. CharloH. 170 ;ood. .larkson. 82. 1x9. 191 (.ood. .Tosoph. 240. 24 ' » " (iood. Lnrpn. 63. 310 " Hooddine. Darlonp 213 • 98 (.oodnian. .Mildrnl. 213 322 (•oralski. Edwin. 122. 125 f.ordon. Conatanrp. 213. 274 . 406 (; " rhani. Thomai.. 134 (•orlon. .Sue. 213. 274 35 I (los». KolM-ri. 41 ' ' (ion... Jaik. 213. 320 (■uwi ' ii. Kirhard. 63. 72 36 ' , (;raliill. Knihryn. 199.200 354 (.ra..f, Haviil, 149, 3H4 ' •raff. 1,1,1yd, 213 (jrainc.T. .shiila. 2110 353 • •raiiiKi.r. Susan. 154 349 ••rahani. Fayi-. 213. :i5»i (irahain. .Ii-nm., 123 ' (■rahani. Unsnnan-. 149 i.-,7 .,r. ' ■ranii.s. .Naii.v 157 Cninl. .laini ' s. ' 149 Cravi.r, l.on.n... 213 3 " - (iraii-s. UiilH.rl r ' 5 ' " " (•ray. Arl. ' ii,.. 213. 302 303 .r....n. ll,.|iy. 4N 71, 170 2fl.5. 271 34. ;r....n. (,..ori:,.. 97. 4(i6 • " ' ■rc. ' n. KiiliBrd. 154 37 ' " (;r....iil„.ri.-. Ilcrnard. 2oo 4119 (•r..|.ii«all, KiiB. 200 (jri ' i ' iiwiiod. Iri ' no. 213 (■ri ' i-r. .lohn. 21M1 ' 246 I7i ir..,.r. WilliBin. llJ., jjli 37| ' i. -. iM.ii. ClBra. 213. 314 3 ' T) " . .lohn. 213. 317 ■ - ry. Wayijc. 213 i;r ' Hi h. .Iidiii. 97. 102 (irii ' s. Iti.nnif. 154 3 " -, (jriffin. Cflrroll. 200 35k J.riffin. l{ii»M.||. 94 100 • •riffin. William. 188 l.riffis. . „ii 213 :! ' . 1 (iriffiihs. .iBikif, 2 - (Srimths. .(oy,.,.. 15 1 ; -■ »ni;i. ' s. David. 1 1(. ;., ' ;rimm. (icncn,.. 289. 290 (Irimm. .laiu ' i. 21 3 3.i » firimni. I ' anl. 200 ' 3S7 " " ■ " ' k. .Milton. 165 •jroff. | „lK.rl. 213 (■mean, .fodii.. 213. 322 JirosM., .Marilyn. 79. sVs ;rii sl,ai,s. (;«,.n. 200. 338 (;ro»sliai,s. Itiihard. 213 ' ■47 17« f:r.il.i.r. llarlinra. 200 -ko (■riii.|„.r. Donna. 82. 268 • 98 (■riindiiian. .Marv. 65 27o " 354 (;riinliira.l. Klaino. 200, 28o ' Hiidti ' l. .lohn. 18S Onlnn. Vin.-iiii«. is. 50 ,49 ,64 333 (jundy. I ' al. 149. 342 (■iislafson. (iayl,.. 149, 059 C.iiNlaf.sun, I ' anl, 200 384 P, " ,-, " " ' ;- linclii-n. 15. 35, 3 6. 44 171 Outh,.rl..ss. Cavl... 69 213 3 " 9 fiiilhri... Mary. 279 Owynn. Clara. 214 H Haddix. Fay,.. 200. 317.358 HBfBii. Ili ' vi.rl.v. 214. 340 Hai. ' ..|l„.ri;,.r. li .nri(.|ia. 82. 258. 260 298 HaL ' cman. .1,,,., 63 ' • ' " ' HacniiyiT. Umh. 214 Hai:i:nr. Virciiiia. .314 Haftarl. Karl,.. 200. 365 llat-hiri. Fa .lollah. 302 Hahn. .Mnrcarcl. 149 350 Hahii. l(«l|,|,. 63. 74. 368 Haichl. Hounrd. 79. 193,326 Haiirhi. Rohi.ri. 1 18 326 Hain. I ' hili|,. 63 Hall ' . Holii ' rl. 214, 398 llali ' y. I ' hyllis. 5 ' ] 144 349 Halkor. Carl. 313 Haiuri:!ii?» ' " ' ' - ' " - ' " -»s4 Hall. DnI,. ' , 70 Hall, .loAnn. 149 298 Hall, Sally. 214. 310. 353 Hall. Shirl.y, 214, 302 Hallfn-n. Frank. .39 Inll. " k. I{.,l,..rl. 200. 375 llallii»,.||. .Shirl. ' v. 200 HaliM ' r. .lordan. 94. 395 Hal.slt.ad. CIri ' iia. 79 Hani, Wanda. 214. 329 Haniflii. OiiB. 2011. 31T7 Haniann. Diinald loo Hamiliiin, C|if 214 39.) Hainillon. .Martha. 82.346 Hamilton. Shirley. 214 346 HainlnanL ' . (Irrald. 200. 403 llamiiianc. .Iirom,. 97 403 Hanilni.s. Donald. 214. ' 29K 406 Hanim,.s. |.,.„„ard. 133. 406 437 Malnninnfl. lli.nni,., 2111I 35o ' Hammond. Charlfs, 65, ' 371 Hammond. Palrir,.. 214 34 " Hammond. Val. 82. 246. ' 392 Hanrivk. iieoree. 200. 230 1)87 Hanrni-k. .Mary. 214 Haiidshv. Wavni ' 233 [Janirerford. Kirhard! 149 nankr, .Mary, 200. 346 Hannaford. ' Janire 149 157 Hanneman. Ralph. 82. 1.32. 170. 314. 368 HaiiMin, Arihur, 200, 400 llanHen. Helly. 154. 346 Haiiki ' ii, Clayluli, 124 Haiiieii. H,.rh rt ' jitii ' {if, llaiio ' ii, ,1a. ! -■: , HaiiM-n, ,),. ., , , ,,, Ha O.K., ■ ; ' " ' - ' -n, IUI|.„ ,n. ||„ ■ ' ■ Halpl. I. . 65, 70. 71. 380 ■ ' " . I ' liiialil. ,127 ; ' ■• " . Kliniir, II. llBiiMin. Ilouard lliioMin, .loan. li.i. . o n.in 1. an- ' M. .Marvin. .,, :-„ - ■ " . 2«9, 3.| ' " " - " 1 1. -Mi ' rril. ION 1 111 llniiM.ii. I ' Biii 2110 H,...i. . 1 II ,,,, ,,, ,,, ' IUr|.-l..ri,ad. .l.-an! i. ' ., L " . 2 3 " 9 Harksi.n, |(„|„.ri 1,14 llarkMin, Siwrin, 97 3k7 Han, I, .lanii.H l . " ' i " -. •Ian, , . |„r - " ,,,.. llMrtiiiiii, I ' a, , ' .in, HRrnioii, Ki, 1 ,,, ' " ' Harms, .Maril,,, ,.. , jjarper, Dorolhv. 214 " 9is llariH-r. Karl. 21111. 39 ' n Har|ii.r. Thoniai. 233 llarper. Willian,, 4 1. 279 Harris. Kduaril, 79 100 Harris. .Ini , 214. 392 Harrisiiii. Virginia, 214, 35ii Mart, I ' Btriiia, 214, 33h Harlman, .Marv, 200 3411 Harlso.k Ri..|i«r,l. 214. 367 Harv. ' v. Karl. 70. 123.316 Harv. ' y. Harri. ' l. 214 " " " Harvey. .la.k. 116 Hane.v. Rirhard. 82. 108 376 llarvi ' y. Rodnev. 214 376 Has,.|,roi.,k, Koherl. ' ju. 296, 376 lasselhal.h. Hal. 214. 367 Hassim. I ' alty, 65. 69 340 Hati h. Karl. 2il0. 320 Hai ' h. Harold. 94 376 Mal.h, I ' hillip. -9. ' 314, 320 Hatiauay. Hetty. 200. 307 354 MatliBvvay. I.. 54 Haverly. Harry. 200. 376 aviuek. .I„hn. 312 [lay. (;ayloril. 116. 120. 830 Maydeii. .Jaek. 94. 39 " Hays. Hyron. 63. 398 Hays, .loyro. 214 337 jlavHard. Carl. 65 37 " Ha.vward. Harry. 116. 120 37- Mealy. I ' alrieia. 200. 3.54 jlealey. I ' atriik. 246 H ' -atoii. I ' hyllis. 51. 79 Hf ' ht. Herliert. 63 310 H ' .ekenlively. ,I„hn. 97. 384 edden. Sinrl. 124. 2011. 320 I ' - ' lL-es. David. 310 He ' lke. liiisanne. 200. 353 I " ' ri, k. .Marcie. 200. 260. 338 Mi ' rtsironi. .I,.an. 157 Heel.iier. (iordon. 79. 383 H. ' ehner. I ' alriiia. 154 337 Heeikl. I ' hyllis. 97. 280 33,, Heerinann. nn-odore, 118, i.s5 193 39s H ' M ' l.lk. Philip, 214. 396 ' ••■ ' . -fOS Heier. Dimna, 214 Heilli, Keilh, 200. 320 Hein. Viririnia. 2iiO. 353 lleiii. Cretihen. 200 334 H ' -ineinan. Kdward. 116 120 3 " 6 ll ' lss, Ali.-e. 82. 314 ' ■ H ' iss. Darrell. 63. 380 Heldeiihrand. .lames. 125 Melleherc. Rex, 120 Hell.-r. Ileverlv. 154. 354 M ' lnistadter. Veniila. 214 337 Hemiihill. llarliara. 214. 340 Henderson, .lohn. 97. 398 Hendrirkson. Itrnee h2 194 3hs Hen IT. I,i ' 0. 188 Heniirer. Lois. 200. 334 Henjiini. Clifford. 94. 100 Henk,.. I.loyd. 1 16. 125 Henkel. fJayle. 200. 328 Heiikel. William, 118. 368 Hink.ns, Kenneth. 94. 403 M.nkle. Williani, 94. 384 Henrirhs. Dolon-s. 149 346 Mepperly, .Ian ice. 214 Herhst. Howard. 200. 398 Mi-rbst. .Iiieriren. 302 Herendei-n. DwifhI. 154 383 H.rfenrader. Arlene. 214 298 Meruenrader, Arlvre 214 " 98 Hernandez, Kdward, 165 ' " ' Merrod. .Indv. 200 345 Herse Hjorn, 1 16. ' |25. 302. 375 rierslilH.ri. ' er, I ' .arhara. 200 280 337 Herlik. Adrian, 132 193 403 ' Herzoir, Donald. 109 ' Herznc I ' atrieia. 200. 298 Hesseliine, Harold. 327 HeiheriiiL ' ton. .Tane. 214 298 Hensel. Marilvn. 214 3 " 9 " Henerinann. F:iieene. ' 63 " 70, 71. 380 Heiike. Raymond. 109 Page 441 liewi ' lt. Arlene. • 00, 342 Hiall, (iordoii, 120 Hiatt, Kulh. 200, 298 llickcy. Mitlmel. 214. 398 Huks. Miriam. 149. 346 Hieci ' l. I,ee. 31 fi Ilii, ' ), ' in.s. Carol. 63 Hilil. Kalph. (i5. 71. 72. 3S0 llil.l, Shirli ' v. 214, 29( llili. (uMirKe. 149, 228, 246. 320 Mill. liiTlniile. 149 Hill. irj.-inia. 79. I. ' 7, 346 Hill. Willa. 200. 333 Hillinaii. Arlhiir. 148. 228. 247 Hinds. .loAnii. l. " )4. 2. ' )R. 260. 337 Hiniis, MarKnrel. 214. 322 llinils. I ' alri.ia. 154. 345 lliiirls, ItoljiTl. 94, 371 Hinds, Kuth. 154, 337 Hines, t ' liarle.s, 122. 125 Hines. .Toan. 200, 303 Hini ' s, Shirloy. 214, 310, 322 Hinnian. Diane. 214, 342 Hinlz. Patricia. 148. 334 Hile. .luannt-. 154. 260. 345 Hikluock. Arthur. 38 Hobbs, Robert. 123, 200, 367 Hock. .Jovrc. 214. 358 Hock. Owen. 97. 102 Hockenbereer. Henr. v. 200. 376 Hod Ior. Don. 122. 125 Hodd. ' r. William, 200, 384 Hodek, Fred, 133 Hofacrc, Robert, 214. 367 Hnff. .loan. 51. 154 HolTnian. Donald. 97. 391 HofFnian, Frank, 200. 391 HnlTiiiari. .Susanne. 200. 346 Honiinisler. Marv, 52. 63. 338 Jloflini-isli-r. Ruth. 65. 338 Hofiiard, William. 396. 437 Iloflc. hois, 149. 259 Hohnbanm, .lennie. 214, 333 Hohnstein. KInicr. 116 Hokanson. Edwina. 200, 358 Holden. .Joan. 214, 296 Holder. Robert. 116. 120. 396 Hollander. Harold. 214, 388 Hollander, Richard. 94. 388 Hollida.v. Ray. 144. 320 Hollinir. William. 94. 404 Holm, Barbara. 200 Holm. Myron. 82. 326 Holm. Paul. 200. 367 Holme.s. .lean. 69. 201. 280, 329 Holmes. .John, 108, 1 10 Holme.s, .Sally, 50. 79. 170, 265, 349 Holmes, Sue. 214. 271. 349 Holniquisl. lirrice. 154. 368 Holmquist. Harold. 79. 387 Holnuiuisl. Marily. 83. 353 Hohniiuisl, William. 97. 387 Holttrrewe. Theodore, 214, 384 Holthus. Hnrton. 95. 368 Hollhns. Carroll. 214. 368 Holt .. Robert. 118, 127. 384 Hook. Robert. 214, 367 Hooper. Hert. 107 Hooper. Hyron. 132. 398 Hoover, .lames. 214. 392 Hopkins. Thomas. 201. 376 Hopp. Delores. 214. 322 Hop|)e. .Susan. 214 Hoppens. Xeil. 214. 376 Horner. Roberl. 201. 396 Hornins. Sharon. 214. 342 Hornslein. Marvin. 116. 395 Hor.stman. Richard. 201. 403 Horwich. .Justin. 97. 409 Hosick. Walter. 144. 326 Hoss. Jacqnie. 83. 154. 166. 270. 280. 2s 349 Hossuck. .Fames. 120, 124 Hondersheldl. ( ' here, 214 Housel. Marijo. 150. 298 Howarrl, Roswell. 120 Howe. Beatrice. 310 Howe. Carl. 310 Howe. .fohn. 306 Howland. l red. 185 Hoy. Rex. 228. 233 Hoyl. .loan. 154. 340 Hriiby. Charles. 201. 400 Hruza. Tom. 65. 188. 312. 365 Huber. William. 201. 392 Hubka. Klmer. 118. 320 Hubka. Lawrenr-e. 214. 320 Hubka. Mary. 48, 83, 307 345 Huckins. Ruth. 214 Hnddleston. Su anne. 214. 338 ?Iudsoii. Barbara. 214. 328 llnebner, Carl. 63. 74. 368 Huebner. Richard. 214. 314 368 Hneftle. Dora. 201 Hneftle. Doris. 201 HulTord. .lanice. 79. 338 HuBhes. Charle.s. 95. 185. 193. 383 Hufbes. MarKuerite. 97, 104, 345 HuL ' hes, Paul, 228 Hulac, Frances, 79, 325 Hulac. (ieorRia. 214, 259, 260 Hull. Benjamin. 312 Hnllman. Earl. 63. 74 Hultman. Paul, 95 Humbert. Clark. 306 Humphrey. Phylli.s. 69, 215 3 " i Huniierford, Richard, 330 Hnnley. Charles. 215 Hunscote, .Joyce. 150. 157 3ci7 :!4 ' i Hunt. Darrell. ISO. 367 Hunt. Richard. 191 Hunt. Wayne. 215. 398 Hunter. William. 79. 396 Hunlon, Ihonias. 201. 403 Hunttini;. . nn. 154. 261. 353 Hurllierl. Riia. 201. 350 Huse. Hmiore. 51, 150, 324 Husmann, Eward. 201, 232. 391 Hu.slon. Carolyn. 63. 329 Huston, Molly, 154, 346 Huston. Sam. 97. 384 Hutton. Lynn. 133 Hyde. Elinor. 201. 303. 309 Hyland. .Jeanne. 150. 333 Hyland. Lester. 109 ImiE. Darlene. 303 ImiK. Donald. 215. 392 TuKram. Frances. 154. 303 Ingram. Margarel. 150 luffwerson. Arlila. 215 lunis. Donald. 303 Inks. Enu»rson. 144. 391 Irb.v, William. 327 Ireland. Ceorge. 97. 396 Ireland. Jlarcia. 201. 337 Irvin, Eames. 95. 392 Irwin. Alice. 150. 338 Irwin. Delore.s. 154. 259. 260, 280 322 Irwin, Donald, 109 Irwin. Thomas. 154, 189, 320 Iwand. Thomas. 302 •Jaaj). ilatlbew. 95. 387 •Jackman. Herbert. 132. 134. 3SS .Jackson, .lames. 188 •Jackson. Jane. 201. 280. 333 Jack.son. Richard. 201. 320 .Jacobs. Franklin. 79. 165. 267 276 " 84 409 ' ■ " ■ .Jacobs. Kenneth, 154, 375 •Jaiohs. .Sheldon. 97. 312. 409 .Jacobscn. Delbert. 125 Jacob.sen. Dorothy. 201. 303 •Jacobscn. Mark. 118 Jaenike. Vaughn. 165 •James. .John. 201. 387 James. Max. 116. 185. 326 .Janu ' s. Ted. 215. 367 James. William. 190. 215. 387 Jameson. Dean. 201. 400 Jameson. Richard. 125 Jamie.son. Alex. 183 Janike, Edward. 40 Jarralt. Charle.s. 108, 110 •Jasa. Eldon. 95 JeUers. Joann. 154. 349 -Jeffrey. Marion. 437 Jeffries. Donald. 79 .Jenkins. I.ieslie. 95. 102 Jenkins. Thomas. 95. 102 Jenninirs. Warren. 102, 201 .Jerisby, Richard. 215. 404 .lensby, Wilfred. 1 18. 124. 404 ■Jensen, .Man. 396. 437 •lenseri. Catherine. 150. 325 -Jensen. Lawrence. 124 •leiisen. Marjorie. 150. 337 Jensen, Peggy. 215. 333 Jinsen, Robert. 150. 392 -Jerman. Joseph, 201, 400 Jespersen. Herbert, 125 -Jesse. Beverly. 201. 358 •Jewell. Ruth. 83. 260. 345 Jiskra. Richard, 215, 365 Johannes, Lorraine. 65. 260 354 •Johansen. Douglas. 120 John. Clinton. 215 Johnsen. Raymond. 117 Johnson. .Man. 215. 406 Jidlnsoii. .-Mfred, 63. 375 -Johnson. Barbara. 201 Johns(Hi. Bryan. 79 Johnson. Cyrus. 215. 392 -Johnson. Dale. 53. 97. 403 -rohnson. Donald. 215. 380 •Johnson. Doris. 313 •Johnson. Elizabeth. 324 •Johnson. Eugene. 83. 272. 282, 288 371 •Johnson. Florence. 215 Johnson, Gardner. 95, 376 Johnson. George. 63. 74. 380 Johnson. Glad.vs. 215. 338 .Johnson. Harry. 95. 375 .Johnson. .lauette. 52. 150. 333 •Johnson, .lerr.v. 53, 56. 65. 282 " 84 365 Johnson. .loAnn. 334 .Johnson. Joanne. 150. 201 346 •Johnson. Joyce. 215, 333 .Johnson. Julie. 20. 22. 201. 270 ' ' 80 35! Johnson. Kenneth. 116. 406 ' " ' .Johnson. Lola. 154. 340 John.son, Mary. 63. 292. 329 .Johnson. 1 ' hyili.s. 95. 104. 302 .Johnson. Roberl B.. 215, :j92 .Johnson. Robert E..95. 379 " Johnson. Roberl L.. 63. 368 Johnson, Robert W.. 97. 379 John.son. Sally. 215. 340 .Johnson. .Stanley. 371 Johnson. Suzanne. 201, 322 .Johnson. William A.. 215. 365 Johnston. James. 83. 326 Johnston. Marjorie. 40 Jones. Eloise. 324 -Jones. Francis. 165 Jones. Gar ' . 215. 403 -Jones. Glad.vs. 201, 328 -Jones. Hobarl. 201. 252, 367 -Jone.s, .Jo. nn. 215. 342 -Tones. Kay. 98, 326 -Jone.s. Knox. 53. 79. 228. 284 367 -Jone.s. Ijeonard. 95. 102 Jones. Nolan. 55, 117, 327 -Jones. I ri.scilla. 201. 354 Jones. Stanford. 79 .Jones. William. 108. 110 Jones. Wilnia. 63 -Joos. Beverly. 215 Jordan. Jane. 201. 354 .Joselyn. Edwin. 150. 181. 320 Jonvenat. Joel. 118. 392 .Jndd. Margaret. 150. 333 .Jnngblnth. Ha. 150. 342 June. Robert. 108, 1 10 Jnslice. Jame.s. 201. 326 Kadavv. Henry. 122. 125, 179 185 191 Kaderli. Barbara. 150. 358 Kaeslner. Peter. 201. 375 Kahm. Roberl. 102. 201, 395 Kahii, .loe, 2 1 5 Kain. .leanne. 154. 349 Kanrinski. Andrew. 215. 406 Kanamine. Theodore. 79. 246. 320 Karabalsos, George. 215. 376 Karabalsos. Kimon. S3. 376 Karel. Marilyn. 150. 157, 325 Karges. Gilbert. 201. 380 Karlberg. Donald. 98 Karnell. Ronald. 215. 247. 388 Karrer. William, 201. 387 Kartnian. Davida. 154. 357 I ' CasDar, Roland. 98. 404 Kath. Sterling. 201. 383 Kalskee. Alan. 98. 409 JCalz. Barbara. 4 8 Kaufman. Xorman. 124 Kay. Charles. 98. 320. 330 Kealing. Marv. 201. 337 Keebler. Villiam. 83. 387 Keene. .Jack. 190. 215 Keene. Peter. 1 17. 122. 125. 127 384 Keenev. William. 98. 376 Keep. Harrv. 98, 379 Keevert. Shirley. 65. 303 Kehl. Leonard. 79. 228. 230 367 Keim. Phyllis. 215. 350 Keisler. Iceland. 188 Keller. Jjee. 123. 127. 191 " Ol 39 " Keller. Lloyd. 190 Kelley. Kent. 201. 355 Kellogg. Mary. 201. 280 288 338 Kelly. Charles. 117 Kelly. Harold. 95. 100 Kelly. Patricia. 215. 346 Kelly. Thomas. 55. 124 Kelso. F;iizabelh. 65. 69. 329 Kemling. I ' aul. 71 Kemii. Charle.s. 306 Kendle. Donald. 79 Kendle. Doris. 51. 69. 201 " 80 " 98 Kendle. Shirle.v. 69. 215. 298 Kennedy. Bruce. 79. 267. 273 282 367 Kennedy. Elizabeth. 201. 342 Kennedy. Jyouise. S3. 33.8 Kennedy. Max. 215. 376 Kennedy. Polly. 154. 334 Kent. Carol. 201. 349 Lent. Sue. 79. 166. 349 Kenyon. Harry. 74 Kersey. Duane. 120 Kester. .Joan. 201. 346 Keuchel. .John. 117. 122. 125 391 Kidd. Thomas. 247 Kieckbafer. I-ois. 215. 314. 329 Kierslead. Robert. 108. 1]6 Killin. Charles. 215. 383 Kilgarrl. Walter. 117. 122 125 Killion. Dean. 194 ' Kimball. Karma. 215 Kindharl. Wilma. 215. 358 King. Carnlvn. 201. 312 King. Dale. 98. 100 Kinne. Pamela. 22. 48. 52. 83 350 Kinnier. Elizabeth. 21S. 329 Kinsinger. Mary. 215, 354 Kinyon. Wayne. 100. 201 Kinzie. Frank. 95 Kipper. Paul. 240 Kirchhoff. Douglas. 124 Kirchoffer. John. 117, 404 Kirk. Hurry. 201. 326 Kirsch. Eugene. 117. 123, 320 Kirsc hbaum, James, 98, 282, 388 Kissell, Duane, 71, 306 Kissler. Barbara. 215, 340 Kiyohara. Emiko. 324 KjelMin. Sally. 50. 201. 271, 340 Klasck. Charle.s. 71. 165. 215. 296 396 Klein. Duiilev. 117. 391 Klein. .Nancy. 201. 280, 345 Kleinschmidt, William. 117, 123 Kleinau. Verlyn. 117. 368 Kleppinger. Roberl, 117 Kling. Shirley. 132 KliMia. Adrian. 65, 70, 71, 380 Knai.p. Bert. 95 Knai)].. David. 79. 406 Kncrl. Phyllis. 215 Knolls. .loAun. 201. 307, 328 Knndseu, William. 98, 398 Koch. Joe. 215. 383 Koch. Ralph. 117. 383 Koch. Virginia. 79. 288. 349 Kochelek. .Jo.seph. 117. 391 Koehler. Nancy. 303, 310 Koeliler. .Suzanne, 164 Koehler, irginia. 201, 307, 345 Koerber. Thomas. 133 Kohau. Gloria. 201, 357 Kohll. .Marvin. 144. 395 Kokjer, .lauel. 201. 260, 334 Kolb. William. 215. 310. 391 Kcrlofsky. Charles. 215, 395 Knnegni. .Margaret. 215 Kopf. Delbert. 66. 249. 282 365 Korff. Walter. 215, 367 Korinek. Donald. 150. Ifi5 101 |.... Korn. Margaret. 215. 29s Kort. Phyllis. 215. 314 Koslal. James. 98. 400 Ki.sial. .Marv. 79. 338 Kniii.h. Virgil. 306 Konkol. Daniel. 134 Konns. Helen. 150. 313 Krajeski. John. 79 Kramper. Vincent. 71. 215 Kranau. Marilvn. 104. 201 350 Krasne. Sylvia. 201. 280. 357 Kratt. Ted. 1 1 8, 400 Krause, Sally. 150. 354 Krejci. Robert. 108. no Krench. Virginia. 154. 298 Kreutz. Roger. 63 Ivre.vmborg. Clair. 215. 384 Krikac. Denni.s. 201. 320 Krilner. Kenneth. 98. 102. 310 Kroeger. Donald. 95. 314. 368 Kroe.se. Margarel. 163 Krogh. Gordon. 100. 201 Krogh. Roberl. 118. 327 Kroner. Donna. 162. 350,437 Krneger. .loan. 273. 290. 296 Krueger. .Marilvn. 259 Krnger. Paul. 201. 380 Kruger. Roberl, 201, 320 Krnse. Paul. 215. 388 Kucera. John. 215, 387 Kuehl. Joyce. 50. 54. 69. 71 201 3 " 9 Kugler. Paul. 98, 327 Kugler. Russell. 95. 396 Knhl, . rlhnr. 71. 215 Kiibl. Margarel. 63. 303 Kunc-. Beverly. 71. 215. 261. 333 Kunkel, Carolyn, 201. 260, 346 Kuonzi. .John. 70 Kurlh. Dorothy. 51, 79, 298 Kush. Andrew. 150 Kushuer. Marshall. 215, 409 Kuska. Calvin. 71. 215. 271 388 Knska. Daniel. 215. 388 Kuska. Richard. 53. 63. 170. 266 ' 70 " 8 " 388 ■ • - — Kutilek. Eiiith. 202. 358 Kuxhauseu. Donald. 83. 28 " 367 Knyalt. Chris. 306 K, le. Irimi. J 75 Page 442 Paul. 215. 296. 406 adds. Jack. 202. 388 .aferla. Joe. 1 18. 375 .aller. Marilyn. 79, 334 .allin. Lewis. 215. 376 -allin. Patricia. 154. 333 .allin. Roberl. 63, 365 Mlirs. Arnold. 98, 387 -ake. I uane. 40 .allnian. Russell. 303 .amar. Jeanne. 202. 274. 346 .amb. Joanne. 215. 334 aniberl. .-Vnn. 202. 307. 354 laluberl. John. 63 .amberl, Thomas. 310 lanibert. ' incent, 61 .anibrecht. Dean, 202. 320 annuers. Henry. 95. 367 land. George. 71 lander. Richard. 98. 376 .anders. Allan. 83. 392 Kilwiii. Drt, -J-JS, 375 , . II.. II, •.•!« .■ 0, 322. 4117 . V . ;i.-. 125 .:. I ' Blri. .a. ■.■. ' . 1 " .0. 342 Siuioii. Jli 41HI IIi-vitIv. ■ ;!. no. 271. 2Htl, 3. 4 Mxliry. 119. 314 l wriMK ' c. 122. 124, 125 I. TiMU. 2I ' . 2! ' li. 3W2 1 .j»i i. ' ti. Wra. 132 I.nr nn. l o iitlil. l. ' 4. 3.S7 i,;.r-..ii I. .1.11 i;i ' .. :ioo . -• -iO. 2»!t , 1 B 117 123. 320 :..i:!a. l;i-.v. J 11.. iini I.«u. Klrlmrd. ' . " • . 3.-I4 !.,,..l..r W,„,|. :i J.v. ' , 100 121 ..i iii. ' . Uuuuiuii. lul. 202. 3. »7 i.nvki . iK.liiiiir. :i02 1.1 " l.ian. l. ' )il. ;140 .■ .Iiihn. 2 Hi. 39ri 1 |j i . M. 202. r.i;i •II. .Viiim. 202. :i;m ■T.. CharU ' s. 202. 400 .11. L .u-is. 202. 3ri. ' j .11. Kraiu-is. I2. ' » .li ' aii -lli . I. " i4. 3. " 4 lohn. 202. 3112 . .lean. i 0. 346 Anne. 21«. 34« , k. Kilwiii. 109 ,1 k. (ills. 202. 392 ..•.lo.iiliaiii. Shirh-v. 216. 337 ..■■linitliani. Tliuiiia.s. 202. 270. 3S4 ..•e, Hi.|..ii. 2 Hi. l. ' -H .«• .. .(tt.-iinfliiif. 21fi. 3. ' i«i ..-.•. Kirk. I " I. :l i7 I Sianlev. 216 ' .Mlliiir. 117. 12. ' . K..iiii.-th. «. " . 102 ;.. ... riinn. 21H. 349 l.t.tirniiil. Kfiiiielh. l.- .. i.i ' liliiiiti. I.Hiut . 233 L.-hlimn. ILtIhti. 327 l...|iiiiaii. I ' hilliH. 327 l...|iiiikiil l. I.lorrl. I. 4. 403 ' . ' •■ Mnrilvii. 216. 3. ' .0 IS.ilwrl. 124 -- Donald. 300. 437 :.. .,. Inni. 71.216. 306 LiMli ' l. .liihn. 24H l...|anil. Svlvia. 216. 312. 337 •■ ' .• Knth. 314 ■ r. Ri.lnTI. 216. 300 la.k. 21 " . 3«.-i iiil. IliinaM. 216. 391 L.ni. l.or. " n. 1 . ' •O. 36.S I...«l.T Kli »h..lh. 216. 3.i4 ' ■ . ■ !- ! ■ l•.;.■,, 232 J 39t 79 i..-»i-, .-M. J..., .i:.o !..•« is. riiilip. 202. 272. 400 i.fw is. " »Tn. 216. 387 . HfuriMu. .loan. 9.i. 322 ..■rkei. I ' hvlli. . 9.. . 29S .i. ' Ut. Klizalwlh. 202. 260. 33s .iiMii ' MMiann. I ' anl. 93. 100. 36 .ierinan. Loyal. 31 3 .iehlnor. MMU ' . 124 .iljf.lahl. .lanii-.-. l. ' ;4. 164. 346 .illy. Th.T.- a. 216. 260. 3.i3 .indlHTC. I.eland. 122. I2. ' » iiidfll. Xan.y. 2o2. 3. " 4 .iliil.T. Koyd. 63. 70. 36. ' i .in.lkT.-n. Palrii ' ia. 216. 346 :i ..Im. Man-. l. o. 32.1 ■ . .loyr. ' . . 0. 346 1 ronnif. 216. 329 . 111.1. luisl. .laniri ' . . " 2. HO. 2H7. 2 ' ' . 333 .indslradl. .Tanii s. 216. 314. 36fl .iniUlroni. Harn ' . 117. 12. .in. ' . Marjorie. 202. 3.i3 int;n. Ward. 327 ,ink. I al . 66. 401 .inn. .lane. ' .2. 1.10. 1.17. 337 .insi-otl. Dean. 72. 202. 36. ' i .instroni. Paul. 1 17 .ipiislren. William. S3. 362 .isrhk... .Indd. lil- . I 10 .i h.T. .Io. nii. so. 2.-lJi. 32.1 .illleriold. Harold. 202. 371 .lit.Tns. .1. .1.. IS. 124. 330 .orke. Kosanna. 1.14. 2.I.S. 317 .Oder. .To.Ien. MO. 2.1S. 313 .Oder. I ' atriiia. 216. 260. 313 -odwii:. Maiiriee. 310 .oe.ker. Darold. 216 .oepp. David. 302 .oer.h. Wallace. 100. 202 .oiraii. Rohert. 216. 403 .oi ' ie. Kli at» ' lh. 202. 340 .ohrherc. Kohert. 114. 249. 36 .one. l hylli.s. .• ' 0. 3.18 .oninnore. Myron. 188 Liiohil .li-aii .» ; 1 . ■. I iii,, .Mar . 202. ;l 1 ' . I...re.eii. lane. 324 l. illiri | . Krankhn. 63. 271 I.othrop. Niirnia. 216. 337 I.ol.jieieli. l.lovd. 161 l.ou. k,. Kav. 202. 371 l.oii. kv Ki.hard. 9S. 367 Loudon, .lean. 24. 10. 202, 261, 26S. 333 l..oidoii. .lolin. .13. 376 Loudon. IMivlli . 216. 260, 345 l.ovecrov... Ilelores. 12. 154. 307. 33- Lovell. KIdon. 202. 384 Lo», llunlelte. 125 l.o». Dorolhy. 216. 338 Lowe. Sallv. 202. 349 i..i«TV. Chnrle-. 216. 391 l.oy. ilunnld. so. .162 l.ov. Loreii. 110 l.illiken. Dwik-lil. 127 l.iiliker. Ja .». 202. 376 Liieas. Marvin. 216. 40U Luilwiek. ' i ' linnias. 109 Lueldie. Carol. 314 l.ueliU ' . Lawronee. 31-1 l.ueder. . nn. 114. 260. 270, 34.1 l.uedlke. .Norman. 9 ' . 403 l.ue.llke. Kolnnil. 132. 133 LiielliuHii. Clinrles. 83, 404 l.uelli. Harold. 137 I.uelh. Weslev. 91. 100 Luff. Karlene. 216, 356 I.ud. .lulius. 122. 121 l.uikarl. Cordon. -SO. 371 Lukert. lllirdelte. 102. 202 l.undlieri,-. Ilernard. 109 I.iindeen. (iary, 72, 202. 361 Liindv. Frank. 40 Lulher. Civile. 110. 166. 249. 400 Luther. Marvloii. 80, 170. 346 Lul .. .Marilyn. 114. 280 Lu. . Kenneth. 74 Lviull. .lanel. 202. 303 l.vneli. Kirhard. 216. 379 I.vons. Phvllis. 216. 346 Lyons. Rohert. 118. 379 Lvsinter. Shirlev. 216. 314 Lvile. Harold. 216, 404 Lytle. Keith. .13. 95. 371 . 1 ' -4. .-oj, n-j .M ■0 M. . 165. 104, 370 Mi i. k.r li.M.hi IS. 53, 55. 117. 120. 3B4 McWilliaiiik. Kunald. 117 ; ' .t8 liard. 124 I " 1 102 M Mc M.Afee. Charlc!!. 216. 320 Me.Vfee. Darwin. 83. 181. luii u. M.. neuv. .To e]di. 134 . li. rllmr. Donald. 134 M.IIride. Koliert. 202. 3S4 MeCalie. Darrell. 110. 380 M.Call. .Vuilrev. 216. 33S McCann. .John. 91. 384 MeClain. .Shirlev. 80. 302. 313 Mi-Clurir. .lohn. 120 M.-Clvmond.s. Xeal. 80. 376 MeConnell. .lohn. .s3. 387 .MeCorniaik. Cweii. 80. 164 MeCormiik. liarlinra. 216. 337 MeCorniiik. lieverlv. 202 MeCormii-t. Kathryii. 202, 333 McCorinirk. Kenneth. 170 McCown. Carol. 216. 346 MrCov. Bonnie. 80. 321 MeCov. Marcaret. 202. 256, 290, 354 Mi-CoV. Slaiv. 91 MiCraeken. (ierald. 117. 406 MrCray. Wilma. 216. 322 MeCulinrh. Marian. 216 .MiCullouL ' li. Jlarv. 216 Mi-Cune. Kohe rl. ! " s. 392 NlrCiip-han. Duane. 316 JIiDenuoil. .lohn. 91. 371 M.-Doueal. Dorolhv. 310 M. Dowell. .lames. 63. 70. 71. 320 M. Klhanev. .lohu. 383. 437 M.KIri v. .loan. 216. 33S Ml Kwen. Kandell. 165 M.i;earhin. .lames. 119. 387 MitJeai hin. Thoma. . 125 M.liill. .losei.h. no. 233. 376 Mitilashan. Lois. so. 302 M.Cownn. Patrirk. S3. 391 Mi-tiratli. Sarah. : ' , 1 :l MrtJiiire. .losejih. 121 M.ilnav. Kdward. 91. 3S3 M.Kelvie. .Man. 124 MiKenney. Melvin. 165. 194 .MiKen ie. Cordon. 109 MiKen ie. .Tohn. 98, 372 M.Ken ie. .Stephen. H3. 384 M.Kie. Marilvn. 114. 260. 333 M. ' Kie. Paul. 98. 396 Mi-Killip. Kirhard. 98. 383 M.Kintv. llarlo. 109 Mrl.aird. Byron. 202, 379 M.-Lauchlin. Rnsanne. 216, 349 MiLeav. .lohn. s3. 371 Ml Master. Larn-. 202. 365 M.Mullen. Kleanor. 216 .Ml Mullen. Kathleen. 216. 342 Mi-Namee. Kii ' hard. 124. 314 MiXauehl. Clinton. 63. 320 Meyilcen. Georite. 80. 183. 185. 189. 191 193. 326 .Mink, liiihiiril. 117 .Mai ' kev. Adelaide. 216, 354 Maik.v Urn. ... 216, 4011 .M„ ... 80, 367 M , 24S .M.. -■2,216,261,317 .Mn. l.. ' .ui I liiirles. 306 .Madden. Philip. 134 .Maddlsoii. lletlv. 202. 346 Madison. Russell. 216 .Macdan . Vircinia. 111. 33- Mnirnusson. tiordon. Ut9 .Miiher. .lohn. 91. 396 .Mill I. Kllen. 111. 340 Mahr. Shirlev. sii. 219. 260. 298 .Mais. I nlil. 117. 124 .Major. Frank. 190. 310 .Maliishoi k. Rohert. 202. 409 Mnlek. Donald. 121 .Mailer. Root. 216 .Mallet. Riihard. 248 Mallorv. Sallv. 216. 261, 349 .Malloy. tierald. 119 Malm. Barhara. 324 .Malone. .Marvin. 144. 304, 320 .Mani;olil. .Marie. 150. 259, 260, 268. 322 MaiiL-old. -Marilyn. 216. 346 Mann. Barhara. S3. 33s .Mann. Beverly. 2o2. 3.13 Mann. Haltie. 111. 2 " is. 2SO. 322 Mannini. ' . laik. 216. 3K3 lan .itto. .Viiirelo. 216. 400 .Marliaker. William. 155. 362 Marlde. Peu ' iry. 83. 333 Mark. Sihv l. 111). 314 Marks. i;iiiria. 216. 322 .Marks, .lohn. 330 Maronde. .Marv. 216. 346 Maniuart. Paul. 9S. 100, 403 Slari|uesen. Charmaino. 202, 333 Marsh. Dervs. 202 Marshall. Riihnrd. 108. 110 Marshall. Suzanne. 155. 354 Marlell. Rohert. 165 .Martin. Bennett. 216. 396 Martin. Leslie. 202. 326 Martin. Marilyn. 310 Martini. .Iiiseph. 91. 100 Marlisun. Mary. 115. 349 Marx. Maria. 115. 346 Maskell. Howard. 132. 320 Maskell. Ralph. 188 Mason. Charlotte, 217. 302. 314 Mason. Flovd. 217. 391 Massey. .Tames. 202. 388 Maslin. RolM-rt. 83, 384 Maleja. Harold. 80. 330 Mathews. Allien. 120 Mathews. Shirley. 150. 353 Slatsnn. .lames. 3111 Matthews, .lohn. 1 19. 391 Matthews. Marilyn. 217. 350 Malnlka. Paile. 312 .Mat .ke. Herald. 83. 279, 284. 387 Maueh. Walter. 217. 376 Matipin. Mxron. 217. 387 Maxe. William. 228. 233 .Maxev. Donald. 217. 400 Mav. Thomas, so. 320 Mayioik. Frank. 98. 391 Maver. Patrii ia. 202, 345 Mead. .loel. 202. 365 .Meike. Marlene. 202. 258. 338 Metdian. Charles. 371 Miehan. Rohert. 217. 371 Meissner. Rirhard. 80. 228. 384 Melander. Daniel. 202. 326 Mehher. William. 202. 387 Melleli. .loAune. 83. 337 .Melville. William. 217. 387 Melvin. Catherine. 217. 350 Merrier. Rohert. 241 Merritt. .Tere. 303 Mesmer. .lohn. 119. 191. 392 Messersmith. Lee. 313. 380 Mes.sersmith. Rex. 48. 66. 72. 278. 292. 380 Messmore. .lohn. 108. 110 Metralf. Donald. 80. 391 Melralf. Riifer. 83. 406 Metrakos. Rohert. 91. 403 Mettlinir. Rose. 310 Met .cer. Cecil. 191 Metzuer. Lotlise. 303 Mever. Frank. 110. 233. 384 Mever. Huch. 98. 102. 310 Mever. .loan. 71. 202. 329 .Mever. Marlene. 162. 316 Mever. Ormond. 304 Mever. Pern-. 217. 392 Mever. Rex. 71. 217. 380 Mever. William. 202. 392 Meyers. Alice. 303. 310. 437 leyers. Frank. 166 .Mrvrrs 1 Mever.. y. Mever- 1: .M. V Mr Ml. Ml. .Ml. .-98.371 Ml. . -. 338 MlililJ, ' !..!. M..i J.. 1. 340 Miessler. Clara. 111. 313 .Milder, .loel. 217. 409 .Miles. Shirlev. 66. 69. 329 .Milieu. Clarice. 69. 203 Miller. Ilillv. 310 .Miller Buiiita. 2ii3. 334 .Miller. KIlzalMth. 217. Ill .Miller. Klva. 2 17. 322 .Miller. Kiicene. 9H. 36s .Miller, .lames. 170 .Miller, .laniiie. 203. 342 Miller, .loann. 203. 314 .Miller. Lois. 217. 337 .Miller. .Martha. 217. 260. 349 Miller, . allrv. 110. 349 .Miller. Rok-er. 63. 379 .Miller. Shirlev. 111. 340 .Miller. Th as. 217. 38M .Miller, Vadeii. J I 7. 406 Miller. Verha. 203. 35S .Miller. William. 217. 392 .Million. Lewis. 203. 379 Mills, .lohn. 13, 80. 267. 392 .Mills. Keith. 9S. 102 .Miner. Charles. 66, 362 .Miniktis. James. 217. 3H3 Minnick, Donald. 91 Miniiick, Kennetll. 193 linllick. ' riiomas. 217. 379 .Mitchell. Donald. 117, 123.310 Mitchell. Karl. 165. 194 .Mitchem. Dennis. 98. 406 Miyaliard. Kdward. 110 Mivamoto. .Mvali. 1 I 7 -Mize. Franklin. 95. 320 .Mladovich. Rav. 98. 249. 376 .Mlevnek. Loren. 190.217.403 Mnuk. Frank. 217. 3S3 Mock. .Marv. 217. 322 Mockelt. Ann. 203. 349 .Morkelt. Rohert. S3. 384 .Mnehnerl. Krnest. lOK. 110 MoL ' ensen. F.lhelvn. 203, 258, 328 Mohler. Richard. 120 Mohr. Charles. 170 Mohr. .lanelle. 111. 162. 337 Mohrmaii. .1. H.. 155. 387 Mohrman. Mary. 150, 349 Molzer. Clarence. 40 Moncrief. ada. 217. 329 : Ii nisliiilh. Kllon. 217. 368 Monson. Richard. 70. 203, 310, 365 Monsoii. Warren. 63. 70. 71. 310, 365 Montuomerv. .lean. 217 Montgomery. .lohn. 9it. 193. 383 Mooherrv. Marli. 111. 353 .Moodie. Kli Jlhelh. 115, 307. 333 Mondie. Rohert. 134 Moodv. Wayne. 71.217. 380 Montnev. .Marilvn. .s3. 290. 354 Moon. .Marion. 110. 340 .Moore. CIvde. iss. 203, 379 Moore. David. 304 Moore. Clen. 98. 367 .Moore, -Jerome. 217. 371 Moore, .lohn. 203. 406 .Moore. -Nancy. 150. 353 Moran. .lohn. 165 Moran. .Marjorie. 217. 340 .Moran. Rohert. 134 Morehead. .lohn. 132. 384 Morehead. Kenneth. 91. 384 .Moreland. Darrel. S3. 3S3 Morean. .ludilli. 217. 310 .Mon- ' an. Marilvn. 151. 349 Morgan. Riissel. 217. 392 Moriarlv. .Nadine. 155. 171. 29S Moritz. (ilenn. 66. 361 Morris, (decree. 1 88 Morrison. Dean. 3t)3 Morrison. Hester. 203. 307, 340 Morrison. William. 98. 376 Morrow. Donald. 133 Morrow . .Jack. 2 1 7. 396 Mortensen. Harriet. 150, 325 Moschel. Charles. 117. 392 .Mosher. David. 83. 400 Mosher. Rohert. 95. 267, 287. 289. 379 -Mushier. Fred. 217. 403 Motler. Roseman-. 150, 354 Mover. Phvllis. 203. 260. 345 Moyle. Mildred. 203. 353 -Mozer. Forrest, so. 395 Mozer. Leonard. 98. 395 Mueller. Clark. 83. 193. 376 Mueller. William. 228. 232 .Mullen. Henrv. 217. 396 Mullen. Rohert. 150. 233. 396 Muller. Llovd. 66. 71. 300 Miilliean. -Marv, 217, 334 .Mulvaiiev. Veeev. 48. 155. 268. 333 Mumhv. Keith. 203. 371 Mundell. William. 80. 274. 375 Mnndhenke. .Jeanptte. 83, 322 Mnneer. .Tames. 203. 384 Page 443 Munson, Harold. 108. 110 Mulison. Jack. «: . 46. 398 Jlunioili. Levonda, 66. 329 .Miirpliv. Francis. lOH. 110 .Murr.hy. .THUiucline. 203. 349 Muri hv, Lovi ' ii. 71 .Murphy. Phyllis. 340. 437 .Nlurpliy. Kosfinary. 203 Murphy. .Sliirlpy. 217. 358 . Iurrav. HeliMi. 164 Murray. .I. ' ssie. 15 . 313 .Mvers. Harold, .55. 98, 272. .Myers. .Jack. 124 .Mvors. .rolm. 83. 392 Myers. Marilyn. 66. 322 Mvers. ornia. 150, 345 Mvers. Riuhard. 132, 392 .Mvers. Robert. 203. 388 Jivhre. Milford. 165 .Mvlhulnr. Anabel. 135, 323 282, 400 N Xaber, Albert, 144. 391 . aber. Herbert. 144, 391 Xat ' le. Francis. 131. 226. 228. 232. 237. 39S NakaL-awa. Ken. 203. 320 -Nania. Uetlv. 132 Xeal. HeorKe. 95. 383 .Veal. Joseph. 53. 83. 372 Neanian. Kaviuond, 217. 372 Xedrow, Hickv. 217. 334 Needhain. .lack. 203, 404 Xeelv. David. 384 Xeelv. Marv. 203. 270. 280. 349 Xefr. ' Philip. 53. 117. 194. 376 Xefr. .Siharon. 217. 334 Xeill, Donald. 98. 379 Xeilson. Lowell. 151. 330 Xelson. liarbara. 203. 333 Nelson. Charles. 63. 384 Xelson. Donald. 119. 330 Xelson. Ehner. im. 74. 316. 365 Xelson. Olenn. 217, 376 Xelson. Helen. 203. 316 Xelson. Howard. 217. 316 Xelson. Inna. 95 Xelson. .lames. 117. 320 Xelson. .lohn C 217 Xelson. .lohn U.. 117 Xelson. Kris, 203. 376 Xelson. Laura. 217. 329 Nelson. Leland. 203, 391 Xelson. LeRov. 63. 72. 316 Nelson. Lois. 80. 166. 340 Xelscni. MarKaret. 203. 342 Xelson. Mary Alice. 203. 322 .Nelson. Mary Ann. 203. 334 .Nelson. Norman. 117. 125 Xelson. Ronald. 217. 372 Xelson. Rudolph. 95. 375 Xelson. Shirley. 80 -Nelson. .Stuart. 330 Xelson. Ted. 437 Xelson. Williaiu. 217. 387 Xenenswander. Sue. 203. 260, 334 Neville, .leanette. 203. 342 Xeville. Marearet. 80. 337 Xevin. liernie. 203. 398 Xewbill. Lila. 162 Xewcoliibe. Var I. 109 Newhouse. Kathrvn. 15.5, 162. 325 Newman. Dorris. 22. 203. 353 Nichols. Jack. 203. 404 Nichol.son. Joe. 189. 217. 376 Xicoll. Ilrnce. 279 Xiehaus, John. 217. 396 Xiehant. Marv. 69. 217, 340 Nielsen, Dnane, 171. 203. 271 Nielsen, .less. 132. 134. 327 Nielsen. Roberta. 203. 346 Nieveen. Arnold. 63. 71, 300 Nilsson. John. 190. 217. 384 Nixon, ,lohn, 125 Xoble. Clark. 203. 403 Xoble. David. 203. 388 Noble. Donald. 203. 272. 388 Xoble. Leslie. 132. 372 Xoble. Xancv. 52. 151. 157. 349 Noble. Rofer. 100, 203 Xoble. Virfc ' inia. 203. 349 Xoliara, lliroshi. 217 Xoolz, .Joanne. 151. 298 Nordcren. Dorothy. 155. 289. 340 NordKren. Jean. 155. 340 Nordhues. Lawrence. 217 Nordin. Larry, 66. 383 Xordstr(un. Virginia. 151. 164. 334 Xorinan. Nancv. 164. 203. 260, 334 Ncrris. Arthur. 203. 300 Norsworthy. Joan. 151. 345 Xorsworthy. Marv. 155. 340 Norsworthy. Milton, 217. 398 Norton. Oenc. 66. 301 Norton. James. 132, 392 Norval. (iray. 6fi. 371 Novak. Fred. 109 Novak, Leon. 98. 100. 391 Novak. Richard. 233 Xovotny, Gladys, 164, 203. 289. 346 Nuckolls. William. 95, 170, 379 Nuss. Janet. 217. 354 Xiitzman. Jan. 12 Nye, Constance, 217, 333 Xye. Virginia. 217. 345 (lakes. Helen. 217 Oakeson. Janet. 98. 298 O ' Hrien. Bernard. 155. 383 O ' Brien. Jo Ann. 203. 261. 280, 346 O ' Brien. Patricia. 98. 276. 358 Ochstler. Alelle. 217 Ochsner. James. 98. 403 ODell. Neala. 217. 350 Udman. William. 83, 391 Oehrinj:. Cerald. 218 Oehrle. .Marlene. 203. 2611. 342 Oelrich. Kileen. 314 Ofe. Carl, 218. 396 Otrden. .Marilyn. 203. 260. 337 ()s. ' den. Marlene. 218. 329 O ' Hanlon. Sara. 218. 353 Ohnian. Kenneth. 83. 193. 383 Oldenhurc. Dorrance. 203. 326 Oldfathpr. Alan. 203. 388 Ollendorf. Louie. 218. 368 OInistead. Edwin. 117. 120. 387 Olsen. Donald. 98. 320 Olsen. Herbert. 83. 191. 403 Olsen. Philip. 66. 72. 287. 365 Olson. Beltv. 63. 298. 303 Ol.son. Dale. 71.218. 365 Olson. Donald. 117. 120 Olson. Elizabeth. 151. 358 Olson. Gene. 98. 376 Olson. Lois. 203. 358 Olson. Marilyn. 303 Olson. Patricia. 151. 164, 310. 358 Olson. SterliuK. 203. 363 Olson. William. 95. 282, 367 Olsson. .John. 388 Onnen. Alfred. 99. 368 Orr, Jacqueline. 218. 346 Orshek. Robert. 133 Osborn. Robert. 218 O.sborne. . llan. 218. 400 O.sborne. Robert. 203. 367 O.slund, Richard. 203. 392 Osteuberi;. .loan. ' 203. 345 Ostendorf. Lavern. 63. 74 Osterman. Dale. 1 1 7 Otnes. Robert, 203. 403 Ott, Richard. 109 Olte. Robert. 203, 383 Ottenian. Robert. 125 Olio, Arnold. 30(5 Outhouse. James. 218. 392 Overgaard. Judith. 203. 342 Overholl. Donald. 218, 383 Owen, .JoRetta. 63. 333 Owen. Winnie. 203, 354 Owens, Lowell. 66. 330 Owens. Haydn. 63 Paap. Jack. 80. 387 Paclunan. Leonard. 80. 395 Packard. Robert. 80. 191. 392 Palnic. Robert. ■ n. 404 Palmer. . niy. 203. 350 Palmer. .lerrv. 218. 387 Palmer. Wallace, 83. 391 Paneitz. Marvin. 204. 380 Parchen. William. 218. 398 Park. Arlene. 150. 157. 310 Park. Eldon. 218. 247, 376 Parker. Duanc. 125 Parker. Robert. 48, 53, 95. 194, 266, 282. 406 Parker. Truman. 123. 314 Parmelee. .Tames. 204. 406 Parmenter. Rnssel. 83. 372 Parsons. Marilyn, 151. 261. 337 Parsons. Robert. 204. 326 Paschal. Richard. 204. 388 Pasek. Marv. 218. 340 Patrii k. Jacelin. 204, 340 Patrick. Leslie. 95 Patterson. Carol. 218. 340 Patterson, Marilyn, 83, 342 I ' atterson, Patricia, 346, 437 Patterson, Patsy, 151. 342 Patterson. Robert. 99. 102 Paulsen, filenn. 218. 372 Paulsen. Phyllis. 218. 340 Paulson. Couirdon. 95. 230, 388 Paulson. Max. 95. 330 Payne. William. 204 Pavnich. fieorce. ' 232 I ' aynler. Dorothy. 155. 349 Pearson. Howard. 119. 376 Pearson. Robert. 314 Pearson. Wanda. 63. 303. 307 Peat row sky. David. 80. 392 Pecha. Burdetle. 155. 337 Pecha. Robert. 218. 367 Peek. Jo Ann, 204. 312. 337 Peck. Pat. 171. 280 Peden. Joan. 80. 346 I ' edersen. Donald. 132. 387 IVilersen. Honrv. 132. 376 I ' edersen. .Marilyn. 218. 261. 333 l ' edi rs ni. Carrie. 204. 354 Pederson. Donald. 66. 367 Pedrelt. Larr -. 204. 387 Penlaud. .Tames. 204 Penuer. Ann. 1.5.5. 349 Pennock. William. 204. 406 Perkins. Dwieht. 117 Perrine. Brnce. 155. 392 Perrv. Edwin. 204. 392 Perry. Elton. 201. 300 Perry. .Tames. i»5. 367 i ersick. William. 155 Peters, . rnold. 327 Peters. Fletcher. 218 j ' eters. .Ti-annine. 63. 338 Peters. Patricia. 204. 353 Peters. Peter. 132. 371 ! eters. Richard. 218 Peters. Robert. 96. 368 Petersen. Fred William. 204. 400 Petersen. Frederic .J.. 327 I ' dei-sen. Harold. 53. 151. 375 Petersen. .Tames F.. 117. 122 I ' etersen. .lean. 204 I ' elerseu. .lohn. 316 Peterson. Dexter. 83. 387 Peterstm. Don. 83. 375 Peterson, Ervin, 204, 250. 392 Peterson. .Tames (L. 117. 362 Peterson. Marilyn. 71. 204. 288. 353 l elerson. Maxine. 218. 328 Peterson. Nancee. 218. 353 Peterson. Robert. 218. 406 Peterson. Robert L.. 218, 384 Peterson. Val. 15. 37 Pellitrrew. Victor. 80. 326 Pettijohn. James. 204. 375 Pfann. .I din. 99. 100. 368 Pfeifter. Leon. 80. 183. 267, 284, 287, 383 Pfeilcr, Robert. 80. 383 Pfeiler, William. 218. 375 T ' Hslcr. .Mc ' linda, 218. 329 I ' flaslerer. Paul. 144 Pliui.-. F. .loan. 218. 334 I ' helan. .Tanet. 259 Pheliis. fielbert. 108. 110 I ' hclps. Richard, 119. 384 T ' liclps. Robert. 80. 185. 228. 246 Philli|.. .Marv. 151. 162. 353 Phillip. Ralldl. 66. 367 Phillip]ii. Larry. 218. 368 Phillips. Christine. 151 Phillips. .lohn, 119. 392 Phillips. Kent. 165 Phillips. Lndwig. 125 T ' hinney, .Tack. 218. 387 Picard. .Martha. 218. 338 Picaril. William. 155. 379 Piccolo. Frank. 96. 230. 367 Pickerini:. Doane. 204. 398 Pickerinc. William. 109 Pickett. Richard, 96. 384 Pierce. Robert. 1 17. 240. 241. 242, 371 Pier.son. Enireiie. 218. 300 Pierson. Viririnia, 218. 334 Pilau. Frank. 33u Pilcher. Donna. 204. 346 T ' inkiTton. Cecelia. 204. 280. 340 Pinli.rlim, CeorRe. 63. 70. 365 I ' inkcrlon. Roliert. 218. 320 Piniiev. Sallv. 84. 349. 360 Pitlor. Robert. 99. 409 Pitterman. Mary. 204. 346 Piva. Louis. 63. 74 I ' ivonka. Christine. 218. 350 T ' lalner. Elsie. 218. 354 Plihal. .lames. 218. 320 I ' hlkin. Rcnee. 218 Pluckiiell. Donald. 204. 365 PluKKe. Dale, 117. 125 Plumnu ' r. .Tames. 191 Poilhaiskv. Thomas. 99. 284. 290. 398 Podlesak. Darlene. 204, 322 Polemilis. .Andreas. 63, 300 P(dite. Willis. 80. 392 Pollock. Judv. 218. 353 Polnickv. Patsv. 151. 137. 346 Polnickv. Harold. 124 I ' olson. JoAun. 218, 338 Pohick. Joseph. 132. 395 Pond. Roeer. 218. 387 I ' onder. Jame.s. 134. 204. 398 I onseipo. .Toe. 232 Pope. Thomas. 155 Popken. Larsen. 63. 72. 380 Poppc. ' iri:inia. 218, 345 Porler, .lohn, 120 P.irter. Nancv. 80. 166. 264, 287, 349 Porter. Susan. 204. 349 Posev. Loreue. 328. 437 Post, (ierald, 204, 320 Postma, Paiti, 218 Potash, Merle, 204 I ' onlos. John. 99. 396 Prado. Edward. 151. 320 I ' rani;. Alice, 155. 350 Pratt. Marcia. 151. 290, 345 Pred. Ramon. 218. 395 Prescotl. Donna. 155. 35S I ' rensse. Marilyn. 204. 340 Prichard. Harold. 133 Prichard, Sara. 218. 337 Prien. John. 127. 191 Prince. Neal. 204. 396 Pritchard. Gerard. 63. 70. 312. 380 Prochaska. George, 232 Prvor. Su.san. 307 Puleo. Jack, 218 Pullen. Donald. 119. 327 Pullen. Edward. 179. 185, 188, 189, 191 Puis. Darrell. 218. 320 Pumphrev. Nancv. 218, 270. 353 Piimphrev. Paul. 64. 70, 380 Purney. Ruth. 80. 354 Pnsater. Richard. 124 Pyche. Robert, 218. 396 Pyle. Joanne. 204. 346 Quackenbush. Ray, 218. 365 Quick. Gordon. 306 Quine. Dan. 96. 320. 330 Quinn. James. ' - ' " 1 ' " -j Raben. Joan. 84. 260. ' 261. 277 Radaker. Jane. 151. 333 Radaker. Kathryn. 204. 333 Rademacher. Frank. 379. 437 Radio. Robert. 64. 72. 250. 380 Raiufortb. Margaret. 71. 218. 328 Raish. Claire. 204. 333 Raish. Naomi. 324 Rajewich. Charlene. 99, 345 Rakow, Ruth. 218. 342 Ramev. Carolee. 218. 310. 322 Ramsdell. Jerald. 218 Randall. Jane. 204. 274. 354 Randall. Marv. 151. 342 Raudel. Beth. 80. 170. 342 Randolph. Ted. 96. 266. 275. 284, 367 Ransdell, .shirle.v, 155. 307, 337 Ransom. Darwin. 306 Rash. Ross. 117. 326 Rasmussen. Daryl, 120 Rasmussen, Joan, 99, 310, 340 Rasmussen. Noel. 204 Rasmussen. Norman. 204. 279. 392 Rasmussen. Romaine. 317 Rasmussen. Warren. 155. 194. 392 Ranch. Fred. 204, 398 Ranch, Robin, .84. 280. 334 Rauh. Don. 99. 238. 248. 398 Raun. Barbara. 218. 353 Raun. Joan. 54. 66. 69. 280. 340 Raun. Robert. 48. 54, 64. 71. 72. 266. 284. 365 Rawlines. Oren, 70, 204, 38(i Raymond. Ann. 155. 345 Raynmnd. Ruth. 204. 274. 345 Readv. George. 218. 392 Real. Raymond. 125 Rebbe. Katheriiie. 64 Rehman. Edward. 218 Recbt, Thomas. 204. 398 Reckewev. Beverlv. 218. 338 Reckewey. Marilyn. 204. 338 Rediger. Juanita. 84. 170. 287. 346 Redman. .J,, 250 Redmoiid. Edward. 96 Reed. Beverly. 64. 298. 310 Reed. Jack. 117. 120. 330 Reed. Sharon. 218. 338 Reed. Susan. 80. 170. 264. 353 Reed. Wallace. 204. 367 Reese. Herbert. 80. 233. 248. 266. 371 Reese. .Joan. 219. 259. 3 58 Reese. Richard. 204. 371 Reeves. Don. 66. 70. 230. 288. 380 Regier. Richard. 66. 188. 232. 237. 388 Reichardt. Robert. 219. 406 Reichenbach. George. 64. 383 Reichenbach. Robert. 99. 193. 275. 383 Reifsrhneiiler. Joan. 219. 342 Reigert. Martirv. : 14 Keinecke. Barbara. 204. 354 Reinbard. George. 119. 391 Reinhard. Marv. 155. 337 Reinbardt. Susan. 219. 345 Reinke. Alta. 69. 204. 329 Reinsch. William. 64. 383 Rei.s. Marion. 144. 403 Reist. Weslev. 165 Reitz. Robert. 117. 125 Remington. Adrian. 74 Remington. Nancv. 219. 333 Renard. Rita. 66. 69. 204, 330 Rennemann. Conrad. 194 Revmond. Ariane. 324 Reynolds. Dale. 219. 380 Reynolds. Margaret. 96. 353 Reynolds. Robert. 196. 204. 226. 233, 239. 284. 388 Reynolds. Roland. 66. 70. 306. 380 Reynolds. Stuart. 204. 272. 371 Rhea. Janet. 219 Page 444 Khea. Janis. 219 KhoadM. Oolorw. 219. 340 Rhtxlf . Joan. I. ' »l. 3;H Kite. Mililri-a. I. ' .l. 298, 309 Riio, Nt il. 11! " 1112 Kir... Ui.har.l " • Ki.e. Willimii Ki.lmrd,, -Mn :■ Ki.-lmril , I ' nin. ... - » Kiiiiur.i . ic.iIhti. i;i;i Ki.li»r.l,, ShirU ' V. 2I -1 Kh-tmr l»- i . l im»l ' l ' ' ' Kii ' littnKoii. Krnii. i Ki ■llllrll .lU. Uarl.i ;t7t ' KiiluTI, .Marv, l.M. . ■ --- KirhliHiii.l, Mililr...!, •-■ " 4, ;l. ' .s Rirklv. Willuiiu, JiU. 111. " Kidil. ' ll. I nnmri . ' . 1. 2iil. :ll ' Ki(l.l.-ll. Saii.lrii, 1 ' . ' .. ;•.! " • Kiu-v ((. " N " !., il. ITci, 171, - ' . " 1. ;li ' T I!, JIT l; .19. 322 Ki -MO. 3. ' . " l; ■ 157.303 I; Kii -IT ICi.. li. 170.273,406 Kitl.T. 1. •79 Ki»iii, !■ ' ' " Kusi ' h. I ' ll ' - Knhak. fl. ' c. 1 K«t l . Ileniu ' l. Kniil. lli |M ' . ' .-l i K.M,. .laini ' s. . ' 1. 320 UoUrls. Ali.e. 219, 33S |{i l»rl. . lanilvn. I. ' .l. 3. ' .4 KoIhti,... l).iii»iil. J04. 4llf. Ui.lHTt.-. Ir.Mi. " . 11.4 KoImtIs. .Jnlm- , 99. 3S.S Kntwn.HOli. (Iladys. I. ' .l. 2. " .9. 2lil K«bi»rtsoii. Urtr- ' M -M ' ' , ' M RohtTl.soii. In. KolHTt.HOIl. i ' 22 Iti.biii... ii. Itu: 1 ' 9 Kobinson, Ktlwur ' i. ■• I K..l.iiis. ii. Kuk-..|ie. 54. 66. 70. 71. 188, 191, 2.-I2 3H0 Kohinst.K. .Marv. 2 IK. 311) KnliiliM.ii. Ki.l..rl. -11. Irt. ' . Ki.l.iiist.n. Vinr. ' iit. 2o, ., 379 K..I M ti. M..»ard. 109 Ki l.r, li. .Ii hi . 310 Ko ' liMian. Itarloii. 219. 395 Korhinan. .ludson. 20. ' .. 395 K...I Kcli.sa. 2. ' .9. 324 K... kw. ' ll. .lane. . " 1. 337 H...k». ll. Kiihard. 117, ISl. 185 K..di ' hi rst. lili ' iiii. 205. 406 Ki.d.knhr. .Inlm. 3U R.MlL:i«n . .Ianii . 310 RiHMlcr. Ki.iial.l. 211. ' .. ; ' ,.I2 K4.t.|iiini(-h. Marilviiii. 219 R.M ' .-r. Ri.hard. : ' J. : ' . " -l RiM-MT. Kob.Tt. I " ' .. : ' . ' . ' ' R..,. l.-r. (■..Ttnidf. I ' . " . 298 Km.s.sl.T. Kli abolh. .■ 4. 2.-,8. 290. 346 RoKiTs. Carl.vl.-. 20. ' .. 35.-t KotfiTs. ( ' aroline. 20. ' .. 349 KoCTs. Kliiaht ' th. 3 " .t Rollers. Kran.es. 1.11. 203, 303 KoKers, .lanct. 205. 354 Rollers. RoIktI ().. 4H. 96. 267. 282, 398 Rocers. KoWrt r.._f l. 2tt4. 406 Kohrs. Denni.- . 165 Kohwer. Kliiahelh. 219. 340 Roland. Harhnra. 151. 259. 280. 298 Rook. I ' al.sv. ;1I0 Roi«T. !,oui». 205. 232. 385 Rose, .lalm-s, 99. 379 Rose. .Vlarilvn. 219. 322 Rose. William. 205. 379_ Ro.senbaiini. . udrey. 265 RosenlHTir. (JilWrl. 99. 395 Rosenblatt. Kiihard. 96, 409 Kosenlof. Kli .alielh. 151. 333 Rosen lo(. I ' .eorte. 39 Rosenqnist, (Jlenn. 205. 273. 3H7 Ro emillist. .Tames. 189 Rosvnqiii.sl. Robert. 151. 165. 194 Rosinsky. .lerry. 205. 409 Ross. Alvin. 205. 277. 4l 9 Ross. Ann. 219. 350 Ross, .lanel. 66, 69. 280. 303 Rothell. (ieorce. 99. 379 Rolhenbercer. faroline. 205.353 RothenlHTcer. Sarah. 155. 353 Roniid. (MM.ree. 40 Rouse. Oarrv. 205. 300 Rousek. Kdward. 64. 365 Roiisek. Krnesl. 64. 365 Roiissin. K.laine. 324 Row. Klaine. 205. 29. ' Kownn. Norma. 205, 342 Rowe. Alire. 310. 324 Riiba. k. Norman. 99. 409 Rubin. Sidney. 84. 395 Riiddo.k. Donna. 155. 349 Ku.leen. Walter. 1 17. 316 Rodman. Louis. 66. 300 Ruir. Shirley. 51. 151. 258. 259. 260. 325 RulitTson. Harmon. 84. 375 Rnlna. Sebastian. 240 Kiimpeltes. Snsanne. 205. 298 Knndle. Paul. 117. 123. 310 Kusho. Mary. 155 Russel RolMTt L.. 151. 228, 248, 290, : Russell. Arlene. 313 Russell. ti.i.ri:e. 219. 384 Russell, Harrison. 132. 396 Kuvsell. .lark. ' 4, 3,S7 Russell. Marv. 155. a53 Russell, K..berl K,. 219. 4i " l Rnssell. William. 64. loo Rutledk-e. KolM.rl. 109 Kyons. .Mary. 151 Rvstrom. Kenneth. 327 •Salmtka, I ' arol. 219, 322 .Saiks. Kenneth. 96. 395 Sanfel. Kdward. SI Sat. " . Sara. 205. 280. 289. 358 .Saiteau, Charles. 205. 367 Salisbury. Klaine. 219 Salter. Harrielte. 205. 309. 35.1 Sample. Hertrnnd. 219, 376 Satn].son. Donald. 219. 392 Samnelsou. Karl. 117. I2t), 368 Samuelson. Ronald. 134 Sand, Robert. 3il7 Sandels. tiloria. 164 Sanders. Naney. 219. 334 Sandstedt. Ruth. 81. 314. 35,s Sandy. Roirer. 205. 3Sti .Sarnes. Delina. 6ti. 354 Sass. Delaine. 280. 314 Satterliehl. Kiehurd. 155, 310 Sander, .laek. 64. 36,5 ,Sanirstnd, Dennis. 99 Saults. tiloria. 219 Savat-e. .Tohn. 120. 205, 288, S8S Saville, Du.ll. ' y. 219. 388 Sa.xton. Herbert. 127. 205, 376 Sehaberu-. Ralph. 96. 383 Scha. ht. Mnr.ella. 162. 205. 32s Schade. fharles. 125.205 Schade. .lohn. 74. 205. 375 Sehaf.r. Kldon. 205. 396 S.hant;:. Ceortre. 99. 282. 406 Schant ., Sue. 219. 338 Srhart. .lohn. 64. 18S. 248 Seliarman. I ' aula. 219. :iHt Srharinann, Darrell. 3.s7 Srhauinberi;. Ray. 165 Si-hauiuburir. .Tohn. 165 Seheer. Dean. 205. 368 Srheer. IJeorite. 219. 396 Seheerser. Donald, 64. 314. 365 Srheidl. Shirley. 64. 333 Sehelkopf. Russell. 66. 74. 365 .Srhepinan. Carol. 155. 333 Seherff. I.aura. 151. 334 S( herlT. Mae. 205. 334 Sohiermever. ,Terr -. 99, 388 Sehlaebil,!. Druec, 219. 379 .Srhleiht. Harbara. 81. 170 Sehlneter. Christine. 156 Sehmid. Maru ' e. 156. 333 .Sehmidl. Aaron. 151. 194. 284. 409 Schmidt. Kenneth. 66. 69. 368 Srhmidt. l.eo. 156. 194. 409 Sehmidt. l tlo. 70. 205. 312. 380 Srhmidt. Roberta. 219. 298 Srhiuidtmnnn. .lanis. 205. 353 Srhniilt. Ronnie. 64. 338 Sehmitt. Rita. 151. 333 Schneider. Denny. 194. 205. 396 Schneider. Donald. 151. 396 Schneider, Kdiia. 205. 298 Schneider. .Toyre. 219. 338 Schneider. Viririnia. 205. 298. 309 .Schneider. William. 66. 300 Schock. I ' hvllis. 219. 342 Schol;.. .Tack, 84.314. 368 Schonberu ' . Shirley. 205. 280. 342 Schreibel. Russ.d. 125 Srhreiber. Harold. 118. 181. 185. 326 Srhreiber. Kalhl. ' en. 151. 307. 333 Schreimer. Naomi. 1- " .J . 325 Schreiner. Lester. 125 Schrier. Flora. 219. 357 Schroder. Vera. 219 Schro. ' der. .Tohn. 99. 250, 388 Srhroeder. .loyce. 69. 205, 307, 328 Schroeder. Kenneth. 233 Srhro.der. Robert. 119. 326 Schuchart. Frank. 219. 392 Schnel .. Robert. 219. 320 Schlllte. (iordon. 120 Schnltz. Charles. 40 Schullz. Richard, 205. 38 1 Schulti. Robert. 96. 36s Schumacher. .Tohn. 119. 398 Schust.-r. Martha. 219. 334 Schwalm. Mary. 205. 322 Srh«eser. .Teanelle. 151. 162. 337 Scott. Donald. 219. 388 Scott. Paul. 310 Scott. Ronald. 99. 102 Scott. Stanley. 119. 396 Scott. Verl. 205. 233. 264, 367 Scntl. William. 151. 398 Scoville. .Tack. 99. 392 Scoville. Roh«TI. 134. 392 Scoville, Vernon. 193 -.16. 328 .•s.bu.l 1. - Selinert. M ■ 138 Seibold, I ' ;. I Seiilel. Ham. I, I. ' .l. 157. 349 .Sekerci. Fikri. 48, 302 Sell. tJloria. 219. 298 .■selleck. .loan, 156, 353 Selleck. John, 39 ,Senkl eil, .la s. 219. 307 Set horn. Norma. 219. 302 Severs. Robert. 2o5. 3sj .Shainholtz. William. 205. :i!i2 Sha|M ulv. Mahaminad. 302 Sharp. .loan. 66. 69. 29 ' . 310 Shaw, Hen. IIK Shedd. I ' anl. 205. 371 Sheets. Andrew. H4. 391 ShenieM. Charles. 156. 391 Sheldon. Patricia. 66. 35H Shellonberi;er. Hubert. 205. 371 Shepard. Dunahl. 96, 398 Sliortnan, Clen, 151 Sherman. Robert, 99, 406 Sherwood, , lames, 330 Sherwooil. Marilyn, 205. 33s Slierwood, Robert. 3HH Shields. Harbara. 205. 354 Shields. Rolland. 313 Shinn. Ri.hard. 64. 3.s;i Shipimin. Charles. 316 Shires. Warder. 72. 205. 365 Shivelv. Janet. 151. 342 Shivelv. Robert. 96. 296. 375 Shonkii. Ronald. :I9. 406 Sholkoski. Arthur. 66. 70 Shrailer. Kaye. 219. 353 .Sliraiuek. Kmmarie. 156. 325 Shnev. Kl.lon, 205. 326 Shnev. -Milton. 96. 326 Shuler. Robert. IXI Shnll. John. IKS, 205 Shumate. Roicer. 279 Siberl. Frank. 66. 72. 296. 306. 365 Siders. Russell. 314 Sidles, Shirley. 156. 260. 345 Sidner. Marv. 84, 307, 337 Sieck. Sally. 219. 340 Sienkneiht. Helmut. 165 Sievers. llru.e. 99. 406 Silverman. Donald. 219. 388 Siinmermnn. Jeau. 205. 260. 350 Simmons. Raymond. 219, 403 Simon. Unane. 2 19 . " Million, Frank. 233 Simon, Ralph. 122, 125 Simonson. Richard, 84, 376 Sinclair. Donald, 118, 125, 320 Sindt. Charles. 118, 368 Sindt. Wilbur. 118 Sipple. Stanley. 219, 398 Sirks. Illars, 205, 368 Sislev. Barbara, 313 Sistek. Ilurton. 96, 392 SjoBren. David. 205. 310, 320 Skochdopole. Robert, 134 Slacle. Harold, 165, 330 Slaffle. Mary. 219, 350 Slaidins. Raymond, 302 Slote. Ivan. 205, 28H. 379 Slusar, I eter, 246, 304 Sln.sar. Velva. 304 Slusher. Daviil. l51. 406 Smaba. R.d.erl. 205. 398 Sinaha. Ronald. 219. 371 Smallev. Lester. 151. 310 Sniedlev. Joyce. 205. 322 Smilev. Dorothy. 84. 342 Smith. Alice Jo. 50. 157. 307 Smith. Ileverlv. 206. 271. 287. 334 Smith. Diane. 206. 349 Smith. .Toanne. 156 Smith, llarvev. 96. 185. 368 Smith. James. 66 Smith. Jean. 52. 151. 157. 345 Smith. .Toau. 152. 346 Smith. M. Jeanne. 205. 346 Smith. Marilyn. 81. 340 Smith. Martha. 144 Smith. M..lviu. 190, 310 Smith. Ki. hard. 99. 398 Smith. KoL-er Carson, 220, 398 Smith. Kocer M., 220, 396 Smith. Sabra. 220. 354 Smith. Willard. 84, 376 Smolik. Wilma, 206, 313, 330 Snell, Donald. 120 Snow. Smart. 220. 371 Snowdon. Curtis. 81. 400 Snowdon. Donald. 66. 188. 400 Snyder. Harris. 133 Snider. Helen A.. 38 Snider. Helen D.. 81. 298 Snider. James. 206, 241, 392 Snider. Julia. 66, 303 Snider. Marjorie. 220. 322 Snyder. Stanley. 248 Snider. Thompson. 206. 290. 403 Softlev. Mnriel. 206 Sokolof. Soralee. 52. 81, 166, 357 437 ,Soreilsell. l lOO Sorensen. ,1,. 24.84.271.288, 353 Sorensen, JuAnile, 102, 300, 310 Sorenseii, Philip, 250 Soreiisen, Ruth, 302 ,S..reiiseii, William, 96, 100 ,s.»reiison. Frank K., 41 Spale. Robert. 312 Spaiifler. Richard. 25o Spat ., li.M.ri:.- I ' • ' I ' M .Spearman 1. ' 39 . SlH-ase. .I«i Sp.-er. Dor. Spei.lel, Jeui.. -•-. ' IIJ S|.. ' i.lell. Diiane. 190 Spiur. .Meredvlh. 152. 337 Siiellman. Walter. 22K. 233 Spenser, Arilen. 303 SperliiiL-. K.ho. 220. 322 Si.i.er. I ' hillip. 379 Spit .er. .lerry. IHO. 220, 395 , spomer, .Norma, »4, 303 Sprailh-y, Anita. 24. 156. 162. 33Js .SpraL ' Ue. Bernard, 22tt, 370 .spraifue. Philip. 247 Sprick. William, 1 19, 124 Srb, liwen, 206, 334 Srb. Lois. 220. 349 Slacv. Donald. 96. 396 Stahl. (iayle. 134 Stake. Donald. 220. 326 Slam. Louise. ■ ' 4. 357 Stannaril. David. 118, 367 Stns.h. .Marv. 220 States. Alfred. 8L 194. 362 SiavB. .lames. 327 Stebbins. Nancy. 206. 353 Sleev.s. Rocer. 96. 100 Steffen. .lanet. 220. 296. 346 Slehlik. Shirley. 220. 277. 33,s Slehly. Alice. 206. 333 Stein. Leonard. 125 ,S|einB.-her. Alan. 133 Steinaner. Katherine. 206. 303. 312 Sleinberir. Arthur. 220. 395 Steinerl. l eo|M)ld. 12.5 Steinhauer. Roirer. 81 Stel er. Herbert. 220 Stephens. Barbara. 206, 353 Stephens. William. 64. 365 Stephenson. Darlene. 206. 334 Slepheiison. .Tames K.. 108. 1 10 Stephenson. Jami ' s P.. 206, 388 Stephenson. Keith, 48 Slerkel, Ronald, Hi. 403 Stern, Arnold. 206, 409 Stern. Justin, 220, 395 Stenbe. Paul. 220. 391 Steven. Jack. 156. 391 Steven. Jean, 152. 333 Stevens. Harry. 206. 391 Sli ' venson. Ann. 81, 354 Stewart. Lois. 206. 302 _ Stewart. Marian. 152. 358 Stewart. William. 132. 384 Stinler. Rose. 220. 329 Sliflt. Forrest. 152 SlillinKer. .Marv. 220. 350 Stine. Donald. 96. 102 Stockslad. Sallv. 206. 338 Stockstill. Jeanne. 156. 342 •SlorkLin. Walter. 206. 403 Slockwell. Jer... 220. 406 Stodd ard. Paul. 220. 320 Stoddart. .lames. 55. 124 Slohler. Rov. 18H. 306 Slolin.ski. .Tohn. 119. 391 Stoll. . ' suzanne. 156. 337 Stone. Jerrv. 206. 365 Stone. Kenneth. 220. 380 Stoppkolt.-. Annette. 64. 69, 265, 328 Storm. Harol.l. 220. 406 Storm. Russell. 133 Stont. Thomas. 220. 398 Stout. William. 206. 396 .Stover. Raymond. 84. 376 Strain. Lean.ir. 152. 298 Strand. Norman.l. 81 Strand. Wils.in. 220. 326 Stransky. Marcia. 220. 333 Stransky. Mary. 220. 33S Strasbeim. Arnold. 206. 379 Strasheim. Donald. 226. 22H. 233 Strasheim. L..rraine. 152 Siratbucker. .Martha. 52. 84. 35x Strallon. Betty. 206. 260. 342 Stratton. Ivan. 152. 400 .Siratton. P.illyanna. 220. " 34 .Street, (ieoree. 220. 372 Strelecki. Linns. 96. 326 Stroll. Jovce. 309 Stroh. Marlene. 220. 345 Stroud. James. 118. 383 Stroud. Thomas. 220. 383 Strnempler. Harold. 119. 314. 368 Striker. Robert. 220. 384 Page 445 StuDer, i naries. 66. 70. 71, 306, 3S0 Stumbaiieh. Neil. 206, 371 Stiircfs. William. 132, 384 Su. Helen. :!24 Siihr, Edwin. 12.- SiikKoon. Siih. 316 Snlislorf, Shirlev. 220 Snilivan. (leorBe. 152. 320 Sullivan. HaruM. 96. 3H3 Snilivnn. .Tames. .53. 96, 379 Sullivan. John, 220. 383 Sullivan. Mary. 64 Sumner. .James. 220 Sun. .Jane. 324 Sundeen. Kupene. 1.52 Sundeen. Gloria. 1.52 Snndell. Kayniond. S4. 400 Sundramurlhv. Neela. 324 Sundslrom, .John. 220. H9X Sutton. Norman. 118. 123 Suvalsky. Marvin, 99. 409 Suverkrubbe. Myrtle. 156 Svanda. Robert. 20B. 400 Sven.son. Hetty. 120 .Sven,son. .Jack. 120 Swaim. Robert. 119. 387 Swanda. Kniil. 144. 383 Swan.son. Hetty. 220. 340 Swanson. Iturnell. 64. 300 Swanson. Harriet. 206 Swanson. Katliryn. 96. 265. 268. 34.5 Swanson. Norman. 64. 70. 71, 306, 380 .Swanson. Rav. 156. 383 Swanson. Robert M.. 152. 326 Swedelson. Jaek. 206. 395 .Sweenev. I eiini.s. 206, 379 Sweet. Sidnev. 220. 396 Swenson. De ' lores. 220. 358 Swerre. .loanne. 152. 349 Swihart. Fred. 134 •Swindler. William, 169 SwiuKle, Charles. 220. 371 Swincle, Kathryn. 84. 289. 334 Switzer. Dan. 220 Swoboda. Naiuy. 84. 349 Talbot. Charles. 206, 388 Taub. Charnev. 220. 357 Tavlor. .John. 81, 362 Tavlor. .Marv. 206. 350 Tavlor. Ralph. I 19 Taylor. Ruth, 156, 338 ' lavlor. Virffinia, 152, 162. 345 TeKeler. Harold. 206 Tell ' t, Marearel. 69. 71 TeiKeler. Anne. 156. 349 Teller, (iale. 144. 400 Templelon. Ilarbara, 220 Tenltun .en. C ' layton, 310 ' i ' erry, , lames, 206 Teter, ,Jani( ' e, 144 Tewell. Suzanne. 206. 354 Tews. David, 132. 133, 320 Theobahl, Dohn. 206, 365 Thilmull, Hvie, 232, 400, 437 Thode. Irvinn. 206, 384 Thomas. .lames. 84. 396 Thomas. Jean. 220. 349 Thomas. Marearel. 156. 162. 325 Thomas. Marjorie. 206 Thomason, Riihard. 96, 152, 379 Thompson, ( haries. 132, 37! Thompson, Kdward, 124 Thomitson. (ieorce, 144, 400 Thompson. Lee, 388, 437 Thompstm. .Marvin. 220 Thompson, T. ,T., 39 Thompson. Wallace. 108. 110 Thomsen. Kli abeth. 84. 353 Thoinsen. Martjaret, 156, 333 Thone, lla, 64, 310. 325 Thorin. .John. 165. 194 Thorson, Hal. 1 18, 124, 372 Tien, HsinTi. 302 Tiernnn, ,James, 220, 383 TiKhe, ,James, 119, 189, 191, 406 Tiller, Marlene, 220, 358 Tilly, .John. 220, 383 Timmons, Charlene. 220, 322 Timmons, Darrell, 119,406 Tinkham. Donna. 206. 307. 329 Toebben. IJelmer. 99. 368 Tolen. Thomas. 206. 379 Tolliver. Mar.v. 166. 206. 260, 342 Tolman. Dan, 206, 396 Tomek, William, 220. 320 Tooeood. Charles. 226. 228 Tooker. Norman. 64. 71. 72 Tooley. Harbara. 220. 333 Toolev. Hob. 20B. 376 Topliir. Hetty. 220. 298 Torrico. Armando, 72. 312 TouVelle. Klizabeth. 152. 334 T(twnsend. Harvev. 220 Trabert. .Ian is, 69 " , 220. 298 Trabert. Neil, 206 Traey, Howard, 206, 400 Tracy, ,Talues, 220, 367 Transue, Arthur, 96. 406 Traphapen. .Jane, 81, 349 Traum, Clarenie, 206, 398 Traiitman, Arnold, 307 Tiantman, Ruth. 310. 311 Tremain. Charles. 64. 376 Tnnt. Heverlv. 261 Tritsch. Robert. 81. 232, 388 Troester, ,Janies, 81, 368 Trostle. Hetty, 206, 330 Trumbull, ,Iames, 220, 396 Truinpv, jack, 9ti, 384 Tubbs, (ierald, 247 Tullv, Allen, 96, 277, 409 Tully, Stewart, 206, 409 Turner, George, 156, 171, 39k Turner, Joan, 206, 322 Turner, Dale, 221, 375 TurnquisI, Marilyn, 221, 350 Turnquist, Miles, 193 u I ' KKla, Clans, 132, 372 Uhe. Marian. 221, 354 UhriK, Otto, 64, 71. 300 riin. Howard. 206. 375 t ' llstro lacklyn. 221. 350 rnderbrink. Lee. 99 I ' liL ' er. .loy. 221. 358 I ' pton. William. 108. 1 10 Crbaih. Marion. 310 Urbanek, William. 152 Ctemark. Xorval, 74 rtlerback, Helen, 221 Van Arsdol, Keith, 96, 100 Van Auken. ,Teanie, 221. 345 Van Hurf?, Alvce, SI, 354 Vance, Doris, 206, 303 VanCIeave. Verle. 108, 110 ' andel, Klmer, 96, 376 " an (Ironingen, Marjorie, 221, 330 Van Home. Mav. 221. 337 Van Kirk, Bnrkett. 132. 387 Van Pelt. Dwaine, 156, 404 Van I ' elt. Manrery, 156, 345 A ' an Strom. Roseanel, 313 Van XalkenburfT, Joan, 206, 288, 340 A ' an Voorhis. Robert, 81, 403 ' an WyiiKarden, Kantona, 20, 22. 206. 345 Varney, lionney. 84. 288. 353 A ' asiiia. Howard, 327 Vech, Joan, 221 Velle. Luella, 64. 303 Venell. Curtis. 99. 100. 391 Vermaas, Chester, 81 Vest. Glenn, 310 Veta, Charlotte, 221, 357 N ' ickers, Imogene, 206 Viekerv, Suzanne, 81, 353 Vierk. Jeanne. 25. 69. 206, 333 Villars. Bruce. 118, 403 Viupers. Marilvn. 48. 84, 270, 280, 345 VinSant. Patricia. 104. 206. 353 Vitek. Helen. 81. 287. 325 Vlasin. Raymond, 72, 206 A ' Icck. Norman, 124 Voeel. Willis, B6 ' oKt, Nancv. 81. 353 dirt. Wilev. 144, 310 Vollnier, Robert H., 152, 166, 320 V illnier. Robert L.. 118. 123 Von Bargen. Kenneth, 124, 330 Voorhees. Sharon, 164, 206, 342 Voss, Richard. 124 Voter. Harold. 221. 375 Vrana. Theodore. 133 A ' l ' eeland. Mary. 259 w aih. Andrew. 12- ' . achal. .lov. 221. 345 aiMill. .loel. 165 ade. .lavne. 16. 156. 2NU. 2.s7. ;i;!s ade. Richard, 100, 206 at ' ner, Donald, 99, 193. 383 agner. Klliot. 96. 185, 398 agner. .lanice. 206. 334 agner. Roland. 221 ahl. Donald. 84, 384 ahistrom, Harbara, 71, 221, 329 ainscott. Patricia, 207, 338 akeman. Dick. 1 19. 124. 230, 371 aldo. Lowell. 207, 365 alrlnni, Barbara, 81, 324 alensky, Kathryn, 221, 3:!4 alker, Kenneth, 306 Biker, Francis. 302 alker. Norman. 302 iiiker. Revnalda. 152. 346 alker. Richard. 84. 403 alker, Roy, I 19, 120 alia. Anton. 125 allace. Frances. 271 alsh. .lames, 221, 398 ulsh, , lames Calvin, 156, 400 alsh, , lames Franei.s, 119, 403 alsh. Richard, 66, 282, 312, 380 ion, Mvrna, 221, 322 all. Sandra, 207, 288, 349 alter. Walter. 99 alters. Joanu. 164 allers, Kenneth, 190 Waliher, Nile, 96 Wainsat, Virgil, 207, 368 Wamslev, James, 296 Wanek, I-ila, 221 Ward, Harrison, 99, 100, 392 Ward. James. 207, 362 Waring, Robert, 132, 134, 379 Warner, Allan, 152 Warner, ,Ieroine, 14. 71. 72 Warner. Robert. 81. 406 Warnke. Don. 207. 376 Warren. Charlotte. 156, 353 Warren, Gerald, 84, 273, 274, 398 Warren, John, 207, 376 Warrick, Jack, 221. 383 Wartchow, Albert. 118. 127, 368 Washington, Narojean, 324 Wasserman, Jerome, 99, 395 Wasson, Donna, 207, 260. 350 Waters. Robert. 53. 144. 383 Watkins, Luanne, 207. 342 Watkins. Velmalon. 81. 338 Watson. Patricia. 152. 345 Watson. Robert. 207. 380 Way, Elizabeth, 66, 346 Waynian, Kenneth, 81, 371 Wavmire. Charles. 207. 391 Weare, Wilfred. 81. 306A-i. 313 Weatherhogg, Curtis. 81. 367 Weaver. Betty. 207. 273. 289, 338 Weaver, .ToAniie. 156. 350 Weaver, Walt. 207, 250. 384 Webb. Donald, 221, 375 Weber, Jim. 221. 306. 380 Weber. William. 221. 367 W.hster. William. 134 We.iilel. Bonnie. 164. 207. 350 Weddle. Neal. 99. 392 Weekes. Tom. 207. 371 AVefso. Frederick. 367 Wehrman. Robert, 207, 383 Wetland. Joseph, 152, 312 Weiland, Walter. 118. 122. 125 Weinberg. Gerald. 221. 395 Weir, llarv. 221. 261, 337 Weir, Nancv. 207. 290. 346 Weisel. Herb. 108. 110 Wfi liol, Barbara, 152, 333 Wei. Ion. .lames. 119. 185. 189. 193. 406 Wellensiek, Karl. 132. 392 Wellcnsiek. Paul. 132, 392 Wellineer. ,Jack, 96, 392 Wells, Hugh, 207, 388 Wells, Iris, 64, 303 Wells, .John, 96, 165. 250. 367 Wells. Louise. 207. 345 AVells. Stuart. 207. 388 Wells. Willard. 207. 379 Wenk. Rav. 221. 379 Weiike. Harriett. 221. 349 Weuke. William. 134 Wentzel, Patricia, 84, 325 Werkmeisler, Helen, 81, 298, 302 Werner. Emmi. 324 Wcsi ' lv. f;iden. 221 W,-scly. Howard. 189 Westbrook, Arlhtir, 161 Westcotl, Arthur. 207 WestcotI, Artie. 69. 280. 307. 328 Weslcott. John. 122. 125 Weslphal. Lorraine. 24. 207. 345 W,- terhoff. Ardis. 66. 280, 329 West in. Richard. 221 Westling. LaA ' erne. 99, 183, 185, 403 Wetzel. Donna, 221, 338 Weyenberg. Donald, 81, 398 Wheeler. Phvllis, 207, 334 Whilaker, Shirley, 156, 338 Whilcomb, Tom, 207. 400 White. Charles. 132. 384 While. Wavne. 207. 380 Whitehead. Wilborn. 99. 100. 310 Whitham. Miller. 221. 3,71 Wbitla. Dean. 194 Whillock. Klizabeth. 221 Whinner. Roger. 1 19 WhilTiiore. Marv. 221. 333 Whilmore. Nancv. 221. 334 Whitney. Grant. 221. 367 Whilworth. Samuel. 96. 371 Wible. Robert. 152. 398 Widener. . ancv. 152. 354 Widmaier. Charles. 99, 193, 282, 284, 289. 290. 403 Wiebe. (itidrun. 324 Wiebe. Judith. 221. 345 AViederspau. Harlan. 221. 371 Wiedmaier. Lawrence. 99. 391 Wiedman. Margaret. 84. 314. 385 Wiegand. Diedrich. 221. 379 Wieland. Clark. 190. 207, 400 Wiese. Rex, 193 AVieskamp. Belly. 152. 280. 325 Wiesner, Gwen. 207. 354 ' ictzer, Clinton. 371 Wight. Donald. IIS. 125 Wilcox. Ardath. 51. 156. 298 Wilcox. George. 48. 84, 185. 284. 288, 383 Wild, Lois. 207. 316 Wiles. David. 156. 306,404 Wilkens. Beth. 50. 259. 307 Wilkens. Everett. 66. 308 AVilkins. Everett. 221 Wilkinson. Klvin. 109 AVilkinsim, John, 64, 70. 71, 380 Willey, Miriam, 48, 156. 268, 307, 337 Williams, Donald, 221, 207, 388 Williams. Don. 398 Williams. Dorothv. 81, 338 Williams, Elizabeth, 207, 338 Williams, James, 64, 120 Williams, Marvin, 81 Wills, Edward, 207, 398 Wilnes, Norman, 240 AVilscam, Charles. 118. 383 AVilscam. Marv. 207. 385 Wilson. Donald. 118. 400 Wilson. Jack. 54, 64, 72, 132. 267, 380 Wilson, Jean, 156, 353 Wilson, Joe, 152 AVilson, John. 134 Wilson. John E.. 53. 398 AVilson. Kathleen. 221 AVilson, AVilliam, 221, 375 AVilt.se, Hobarl, 437 Wilt.se, Janet, 221 AVinch. Donna. 207, 322 AVinchester, Margaret, 221, 334 Winev, Leo, 207. 384 Wingender. AVilliam. 207, 233, 367 Wirsig. John. 190 AVirth, John, 99. 306 A ' isetnan. Henry. 84 Wiseman. .loyce. 156 Withev. Paula. 221. 345 Witkowski. Harold. 118. 123 Wittier. Delmar. 64. 380 AVitlrock. Mary. 207. 314. 322 Wittstrnck. Douglass. 100, 207 Wohlner, Eugene, 207, 296, 395 Wolf, Gus, 221. 383 AN ' olken. Robert. 125 Widpa. Leonard. 118. 124. 409 AVol| a. Stanley, 207, 409 AVoltemath. Arlau, 66. 70 AVong. Alton. 330 AVood. Glen. 207 AVood. Margaret. 221. 342 AVood. Truman. 81 AVoodruff. Foster. 207. 384 AVoods. Donald. 156. 188, 248, 376 Woodson. AVilliam. 152 V(..,dward, James. 81. 384 Wc.illcv, John. 207. 406 AVoolwine. Paul. 99. 165. 387 AVorkmau. .James, 179 AVoster, Clementine, 221, 342 AVright, Charlie, 221, 371 Wright, Elizabeth, 152 AVright, Lvle, 55, 125 AVright. Marv. 207. 310, 330 AVright. Melvin. 152 Wright. Sidnev. 118. 379 AVright, Thomas. 207. 406 Wright. AVavne. 221. 396 Wroth. James. 100. 179. 188. 189 W.ilff, A ' irgil. 207. 368 Wull. John. 125 AVvatt. Marlene. 207. 346 AVylie. Barbara. 207. 346 Wvman. AAiuthrop. 99. 383 AVylhers. Ro.v. 221, 392 A ' amamoto. .Tack. 81. 314 A ' amasaki. Keiko, 324 Vapp. Rockford. 221. 371 Yarwood. Robert. 48. 119. 228, 247, 387 A ' eager, Barbara, 1 56, 349 A ' eager, Jerry, 221, 376 A ' eager, Joanne, 221, 353 Yeaklev, Mildred, 207, 345 A ' eutter, Clavton, 66, 71, 72, 292. 380 Yt.der. Donald. 207. 247. 362 Yos. Jerrold. 84. 406 Y ' ost. Larry. 207. 388 Yost. Richard. 221 A ' onng. Barbara. 52. 207. 290. 346 A ' onng. Evelyn. 66. 69. 307. 340 Young. Keith. 64. 383 A ' onng. Lyle. 221 A ' oung. Philip, 228 Young. Richard. 54. 72. 207. 306, 365 Young, Robert, 221, 365 A uing. Komona. 66, 303 Yonni, Ina, 207. 298 Zabel. Edward. 207. 300 Zabel. Lois. 51. 207 Zacharias. AVinfred. 124 Zaii " ek. Leonard. 207 Zanger. Robert. 165 Zeilinger. Howard. 66. 71. 300 Zeilinger. Phvllis. 69. 71. 207. 328 Ziegler. Jay. 330 Zierotl. Helen. 221. 349 Zierolt. Ralph. 99. 368 Zinimerman. Mary. 221. 333 Zimtnerman. AVard. 133 ZIonike. Janet. 84. 280. 307. 350 Zorinsky, Esther. 52. 207. 357 Zucker. Joanne. 221 Zveitel. Milrov. 207. 395 Zumhingst. Heltv. 316. 324 - Zwarl. 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