University of Nevada - Artemisia Yearbook (Reno, NV)

 - Class of 1954

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Monnix Louello Mathews r GOSH , H cuKff Celeste McAdam Nancy Millard Craig McClure Jewel Miller Phyllis McKay Richard Mills Richard McClintic Burt Miller Frances McFarlane Roxanna Miller Mary Ann Mears Richard Miolini Peter Mohr Kirmach Natani Arthur Montrose Peter Narvaez Barbara Ann Moore George Mross George Nelson George O ' Calloghon Barbara Lee Moore Anita Munoz Jinn Nightengale Don Odell utofunaMr- Tom Ogg Suson O ' Neill Joanne Ortiz George Petterson James Piatt Diane Oldenburg Glen Pieretto Regino Olson Clarence Price Gerry Patterson Ralph Powell Robert Pearson Beverly Read Carol Piozzo Milton Reed Louis Porta Jay Powell Alfred Raiche Sandra Records Bob Reeder Margaret Orr Carl Peterson Leon Potter Brian Ramsey Clark Reid 19 -Uou " Tflo ic. xf t Jack Reimers Venn Sargent Anne Seifert Leroy Slrofta Ronald Soule Shari Reynolds Joan Sawie Abner Sewell Cyn+hia Slater Diane Spina Peggy Richie Richard Schelin Arthur Shoup Jean Slavin Pat Spurlock Beverly Ricketts James Schenk Gary Showalter Carolyn Smith Margaret Stodiek Henry Rilling Paul Scott Don Schultz Dennis Smith Dan Sullivan Rosemarle Saibini JoAnn Seaberry Dixie Simonsen Sandra Smith John Sullivan Lester Sweeney Sheila Taylor Wayne Tetrauit Burnie Thonnason Gene Timmons John Tollefson Patricia Tonnpkins Wayne Trewhitt Jim Underwood Gloria Urrloio Joseph VinnI 7 Dick Vogt Ann Wainwright Dorreil Woite hiarriet Walsh Jo Warwick d V oojU c Karen Wayman Mary Lou Wines Frank West Jonnes Wittenberg Joanne West Lorin Whitmore George Wilkinson Jack Wilson Frank Zilkey David Zumoff 21 Ken Adams Rod Adams Ed Aimone Shirley Allen Gail Altenburg Tom Alter John Jepsen, President Jim Anderson Neil Baker Walt Anderson Julius Barndt Margery Andrews Jinks Blankenship Dick Ankers John Bower Shirley Armstrong Paul Broberg Loretta Arneson Janice Brown Dennis Burge Tim Burke Sandra Byers Syd Chapnnan Lola Clark Bill Colbert Virginia Coleman DIona Collins Phil Collins Phyllis Crowder Ann Cunningham Joan Cunningham XiA f Ar Faith Davis Annette Dickson Bill Dennett Barbara Dooley Ann Demiing Bob Dllllnger Lois De Ruchia George Douglas Deane Derllth Paula Douglass Evelyn Dickinson Margaret Duckett j[ ci4nc({9fo(i jjo- Jim Dunseath Dale Duval Kay Eaton Janet Echegon Shirley Edison Bill Edwards Barbara Erb Frank Evans George Evans Bruce Fobbi John Fazzi Martha Fee Guylene Ferguson Paul Finch Boyce Ford Tom Forry Barbara Foster JoAnn Foster Fred Fray Ruth Gaiser Bob GenascI Arden Gerbig Daniel Goodman Ray Gore Paula Gray Jim Gregory Charles Harper Louis H.eltzel Lola Honey Lillian ionni Beverly Griggs Maizie Harris Nancy Hewins Dorothy Hooper Betty Ihfe Gary Haten Charles Harrison Dorothy Hill Bev Hug Claire Isola June Hannon Lillis Hatch Charles Holland Sue Humphreys Robert Jepsen Gloria Hones Walter Heodrick Herb Holman Ted Hunnewell Don Jones JO i (£-«sL.-— 25 Margaret Jones Robert Jones Don Lone Joe Leal Con Lund Froncine Luwe Carole Mafthiessen Raff McDonald Dorothy Kine Robert Lewis David Mahoney Carole McGilvroy Dick King Jerry Longero Patrick Mahoney Walter Mclntyre Jane King Carl Looney Jerry Mann Calvin Mead Roberta Knobel Judie Lowenbergj Bill Marsh Helen Meader The fate of the dinks rests on your toss, toots! I Joe Pafridge Christine Pavlakis Charles Perkins Ed Pesout Barbara Peterson John Phelps Karen Phillips Dwight Powell William Priest Georgia Meyers John Middlebrook Sandra Milts Dolly Montgomery Mary Moore Phil Moore Dick Morrill George Morris Lee Mortensen Gall Munk Lucille Nelson John Nugent Darel Packard Janice Palludan Oakley Parker J - : Janet Quillcl John Richards Gloria Roysum ; Dave Ryan Lois Sandorf Inez Sorosuo i Ray Sorenson Don Richards Dolores Steinheimer Ed Roscoe Julie Stovros Carolee Ruotsola [ Harry Sunnmerfield Pat Samon Charles Taylor Rose Soponara Patsy Terry Don Shuper ' . Ernest Soumbeniotis Bill Stewart Dixie Sturges ; Howard Swart Nancy Terrell Dick Thomas Qynjt u}6Jt lJ K Marcia Thomas Bob Thomoson Susan Thornberry Bill Thornton Jim Thornton Loene Tippin 28 Carol Tollefson Poland Westergard Everett Witt Miller Vaughan Elwyn Wilkinson Lorroyne Wright Pom Woyman Hawke Williams Richard Young Bill Van Wagoner Roy Whitocre Jonnes Wright Kav Walker Chan Williams George Woodward Shirley Wengert Edward Witt JoAnn Zubieta Elaine Zunino Marcio Thomas, John Jepson, Sandra Mitts, Phil Collins and Carol McGilvroy worked smoothly together as the soph class committee. maM )peca n 29 Gilbert Anderson Eileen Beordoll Tonn Ballow Dolores Black Ed Baroch James Botsford Bill Azblll Diane Black Terry Bastion Jlene Boffinger Judith Bath George Bower James Brennan Ray Brookman George Brown Bill Bulkeley Barbara Butler Doug Byington Sue Casey James Carlson Joke Carpenter Charles Christner William Clark Richard Coffill 7 Iodine Coleman ' Borge Dovis Jane Crovot Hazel Johnson Robert Cooper Edgar Johnson Barbara Dorrah Nancy Johnson G Ei Vincent Laveaga Martho Lemmon Rhea Leavitt Elinor Long Rita LaVoy Mike Leslie Jocelyn Lord Jerry Morkowski Solly McKissick Robert Modsen Jackie McGowon Alice Melendy Perry Lowden Robert Martin Pot Melorkey Olof Leifson Eugene Longfieic Thomas Mogee Shirley McKeIvy Marilyn Meitori 32 vollan Melton Angela Mendiguren Lorraine Meunier Judy Dennpsey Carol Dickerson Glenn Dory Bill Eaton Edgar Evorts Ron Einstoss Margaret Ervin Nadine Fogg Ray Ferrari (JU6 f y . RESOURCE CENTER ELKO COMMUNITY COLLEGE Gordon Foots Fa ye Fotos Buddy Fuiji Alice Godbey Adonnae Gray Tonn Grice Williann Griggs Elwood Hoggerty Honner Haines Charles Hall John Hanifon Charles Hanna 33 Here is your junior class committee. Row I : Sollie Rogers, Rhea Leovitt, Adamae Gray, Carole Dickerson, Janet Von Voley. Row 2: Ed Baroch, Clair Earl, Ray Postorino, Roger Pettenger, Jerry Markowski, Ron Munk. Leonard Harris i Teresa Herrerq Leono Hickey Nancy Howell Daniel Hulse Barbara Irwin Peggy Jackson Robin Jockon Gail Johnson James Miller William Miller Morylee Mitch Hans Mohr Duone Moore Ron Munk Betty Munley Evelyn Nelson Leonne Norton Charlyne Olser Harold Olsen Ray Postorino John Patterson Georgia Poxto Roger Petteng Jonie Phillips ■ Vivieane Potter John Quintono Scllie Rogers Don Roland Romoine Roth Gail Sannuels Silvio Santina Sally Schryver CiMdl)Qc(Ak " fim j £ — • Otto Schuiz Lynn Scott Ted Scott Ann Serpentino Ken Server Doreen Splller Willionn Sprow Mary Stothes John Staunton Frank Stewart Coe Swobe Don Taylor James Taylor Joy Thompson Dave Troitel Duone Urban Lealon Watts Robert Wilson John Volone Leon Wells Richord Wisemon Janet Van Valey Bob Wilcox George Young Peter Vardy Don Wilkerson Warren Young tMa fa ri of cM ii Some of the hard work that goes on by all classes when homecoming rolls around each year. 36 ' Jjis k4 If c d {l ' tj ecmc 37 Janey Thomas Sociology Lee Hansen Accounting Pot Meyers Economics Boyd Murphy Economics Robert Potter Economics Alden Plumley Department Head tcmmtc , A ci fo if, ' Biuke , Paul Argeres Business Administration Jerry Carstens Business Administration Remo Fratini Business Administration Melvin Guerrero Business Administration Barbara Humphrt s Business Administrotic Lenn Jones iBusiness Administration Janice La Bounty Business Administration Leroy Mortimer Business Administration 38 Robert Winkel business Administrati Leo Quilici Business Administration oancul A. L. Higgenbotham Department Head Rosemary Glrolamo P W Dorothy Bell f (T Ralph Irwin Department hiead Marie Nielsen Raymond Hohle Sam DIbltonto ' om ' inom c Stanley Jee Mildred Swift Department Head Shirley Flagg Sharen Jarrett Arthur Peterson . SIgmund Leifson Department Head William Law kene Marshal 39 tScctfoj Fred Alpers Zoology Ann Atkinson Biology John Darling Botany Ira La Rivers Departnnent Head Nancy Hartke Biology Raymond Jesch Pre-Medical Ned Johnson Biology Rex Larson Zoology Joline McCarthy Biology William Miller Biology Warren Sandow Botany Norman Wood Wildlife Management Corrine Vieto Biology ( oHifs m ua Inez Pasquali - M. Robert Griffin Department Head " Hollist Manning Pre-Law Barbara Brown English Myrtle Coates Speech and Drama Vincent Mahoney English Germaine Polikolas English Stewart Russel English Donald Tippin Pre-Law )6Mm P J. E. Moose Department Head Robert Mackie Chemistry Bruce hiicks Chem Technology Pot Norton Chemistry Alick Mackie Chemistry Richard Wilcox Chemistry 41 " " " ■•■■ ?•, -N ' ■ ' ■ ' IS 1 ducafCofL Harold Brown Department Head Andree Anchart Marvelia Chandler Alice Darrah Jannes Butler Orrin Bachelor Henry Clark Ray Chandler Annette Caprio Florence Colllngs Yvonne Dubbins Eleanor DonatI Norma Etchegoyen 42 Barbara Gregory Anne King Leah Gregory Beverly Morris Jeanne Paulson Burt Munson Barbara Rohlfing Gerry DePooli Jane Rohlfing Barbara Van Meter Dorothy Yenter Nancy West Joanne Menu Blanche PicchI Eva Seal Mary Jane Zunino W % pM(b3Jt c(aW€ Charles Hicks Department Head James Brooke History Jack Cherry History Joan Love History Florence Lyons History Ann Boero History Ruth Ingram History Morcia Malcolm History ' fC Craig Sheppard Department Head 44 Warren Botkin History Rayner Kjeldsen Political Science George Schindler Political Science Deane Cofferoto Russel Schooley Political Science I (i J 0U4tcid€ Elbert Gardner Animal Husbandry Glen Hardy Vocational Ag Departnnent Heads L. E. Dunn Jannes Kidwell Joseph Robertson Eldon Wittwer James Hettinger Vocational Ag George Myles Ag Economics Dole Odneal Animal Husbandry Rollie Weaver Animal Husbandry Gerald V ittwer Vocational Ag Ruth Russell r ■ .11 I John Martie Department Heads Giles Altenburg Lawrence Bangert William Cooper m Raymond Hunter Eileen Yrueta Howard Blodgett Department Head Earl Latham Tom Godbey ' : mIli$jn eE ' ln Kenneth Austin Charles Bel Milton Sharp Robert Stimmel Oliver Warren Stanley Palmer Department Head Ernest Andregg David Connett Jim Dickinson Paul Fox Joe Moose Wayne Seocrist Arthur Sommer 46 teA(mcc iC €€Jm Hio ca l e i inf James Van Dyke Depar+ment Head George Maclean Arthur Maxwell Richard Larson Deportnnenf Head Joe Alcorn IWTFlPlEri ■w M irjtiiJ ( ii v r» eS) on Williann Smyth Department hleod William Moher Mining Robert Adams Mining Edward TempinskI Mining Bill Brown Mining Peter Young Mining Mike Gallagher Mining Harlan Gilmore Metallurgy Ralph Gronning Mining Carl Tout Metallurgy . _ Nevada ' s Quiet Man . . . the strong, silent type, he gets things done without fuss and flut- ter .. . the pride of the Sigma Nus . . . a real engineer ... he has a smile for everyone . . . it ' s been nice, having him around campus. A wonderful thing . . . watching something grow from ideas to re- ality . . . how do you thank the donors . . . the planners . . . those who spent precious time with it , . . the whole campus drawn into a hot discussion . . . how to handle student contributions . . . volun- tary or no? . . . and who holds the reins? . . . good questions . . . but time ' s a ' wastin ' . . . this will be a great thing for students and fac- ulty alike , . . but a Nevadan must go first-class . . . let ' s make the most of it, huh? Women ' s suffrage on the hill . . . this is the queen the girls elect . . . strange faces and faded blue jeans at the coed capers every semester . . . they still call it a bean feed, tho . . . some beans . . . you frosh wonder where that darn handbook comes from . . . from hunger, you say? . . . meet the edi- tors . . . they completely revamped it this year . . . and it needed it, believe me . . . but this stuff takes a lot of time . . . and these girls deserve a vote of thanks . . . Kneeling: Leah Gregory, energetic Senator-at- Large; Bruce hiicks, bashful ATO; Doug Byington, wisecracking Sigma Nu; Sail Johnson, demure Gamma Phi; Norma Etchegoyhen, capable AWS president; Mary Jane Zunino, sophisticated KAT; Sue Casey, charming Senator-at-Large. Row 2: Otto Shuiz, efficient Senotor-at-Lorge; Milt Sharp, busy ASUN president; Dorothy Bell, un- tiring ASUN secretary; Ed Pesout, resourceful Lambda Chi; Bill Bulkely, toll, rangy Theta Chi; Dick Wiseman, the oversize paper boy from Phi Sigma Kappa; Marvella Chandler, vivacious red- head from Tri Delta; Jeanne Paulson, pleasant lassie from the Artemisia Manzanito hHoll Assoc; Jim Carlson, affable Lincoln hloll representative; Rayner Kjeldsen, electronic brain from Sigma Rho Delta; Jerry MarkowskI, next BMOC from SAE. 49 Ah, yes, the committees . . . unloved and unsung workers of the campus , . . the shock absorbers between students and ad- ministration . . . long hours . . . stalemated meetings . . . heated discussions . . . and then an almost complete lack of student Interest . . . even a spirited counterattack is not so bad ... at least somebody cares . . . let ' s give the kids a big hand . . . they were just donotln ' their time . . . and every student knows that time is our most treas- ured possession, outside of money. Above is the Publications Board who decide editors and business man- agers for the Brush and Artemisia. Seated ore Milt Sharp, William Miller, chairman, Jim McNabney. Standing are Bill Eaton, Marie Niel- sen, Dorothy Bell, Leah Gregory, Barbara Gregory. Left you see the committee helping to plan the Stu- dent Union. First row Is Coe Swobe, Bill Thornton, Bill Brown; behind Is Dorothy Bell, Milt Sharp, Leah Greg- ory, Pom Woyman, Bob WInkel, chairman, and Barbara Van Meter. Bruce Hicks, Doug Bylngton, chair- man, Jeanne Paulson, Jim Carlson in back and Milt Sharp and Leah Gregory, kneeling, selected candi- dates to run for office when there weren ' t enough to make It legal. 50 ' o fnM yvL Your executive committee gave Milt all the help he needed. Pictured are Norma Etchegoy- hen, Milt Sharp, Leah Gregory, end Marvello Chandler. Ab- sent was Bert Munson. Your hard-working assembly committee helped entertain you on Thursdays. Reading down ore Nadine Coleman, Dove Troitel, Bev Griggs, Roy Whitocre, Phyllis Crowder., Jerry Mann, and Sallie Rogers. These people watched the bal- lot boxes — no cheating here. On the elections committee were: top row — Mary Stothes, Jerry Markowski, Ed Baroch, Dave Troitel, Jim Carlson, Hans Mohr, and Don Lone. Kneeling ore John hianifan, Georgia Myers, Sallie Rogers, Ann Ser- pentino, Lynn Scott, and Roger Pettenger Your men ' s uppercloss commit- tee sow to it that the frosh kept in line. Standing are Bruce Hicks, Joe Moose, and Bob Winkle. Below are Bill Bulkeley and Doug Byington. Secretary Dorothey Bell did the paperwork for the ASUN while historian Beverly Morris kept the scrapbook. 5! Where ' s your bible, freshman? The women ' s uppercloss com- mittee included Charlyne Olsen, Marge Titus, Hazel Johnson, Joan Bloke, Marvelia Chandler, ond Ev Nelson. Kneeling ore Carol Dickerson, Elinor Long, Mary Jane Zunino, and Jocelyn Lord. Meet the director . . . lucky guy, he ' s answerable only to five regents and about I 100 students . . . really a soft job ... he picked up the long-ignored problem of university relations with the high schools and other interested parties throughout the state . . . Ne- vada ' s on the rood now . . . profs learning to live out of suitcases . . . this is better than sumnner stock . . . one- night stands . . . and as for building, he has some big Ideas . . . that should have been proposed ten years ago . . . the campus could stand a little rearranging for better efficiency and comfort . . . expansion In view for some of the smaller, more crowded depart- ments . . . really BIG plans for educa- tion, nursing, and agriculture ... he never knows from one day to the next whether he ' s Nevada ' s man of the hour or just the fall guy ... oh well, every job has its off moments. President Minord Stout . . . cmd i ie ot) f7i(yh Governor Charles Russell . . The actual head of all state institu- tions — that includes the university . . . it ' s a safe bet that a good percentage of the students don ' t know his first name . . . several don ' t know his last name . . . some just don ' t give a darn ... he merely signs all those appropri- ations bills . . . he ' s in the Homecom- ing parade . . . but few ever look past the Queen ... he attends the Mackay Day luncheon . . . but everyone has his nose In his potato salad . . . over- whelming response to the donation of the most precious time In the state . . . this Is probably the only university that takes the governor of the state almost completely for granted. The real producers of all the campus productions . . . theirs is the little task of keeping higher learning from running in the red . . . they are trapped between the taxpayers and the administration . . . they are learn- ing . . . sometimes you can ' t please anybody ever... their hopes for additions to the university are various ... at the top of the pile is the new college of edu- cation ... a new status for a quickly grown-up department . . . also proposed is a new school of nursing, long advocated by Nevada ' s medical cir- cles . . . also to their credit are some long-overdue faculty pay raises . . . after some discussion, they okayed the idea of oaths for the faculty ... I am not, never have been, etc. . . . they even made the head- lines this year . . . the sad case of the regents vs. Professor Richardson was the chief topic of conver- sation for many a day . . . although they didn ' t know why, everyone felt called upon to take one side or the other . . . professors testified, lawyers debated, the regents deliberated . . . yet no one was com- pletely satisfied with the decision ... it matters not who was right or who was wrong . . . the damage has been done ... it is the sincere wish of the regents and all connected with the university that such will never happen again. Louis Lombardi William Carlson ' m 3 hea n The monstrous job of keeping track of each and every student falls to this lucky pair . . . unhappy parents connplaining to " the Dean " . . . unhap py and unfortunate students do likewise . . . you been sick? . . . check in with the Dean . . . quit ting school? . . . see the Dean first ... he or she may help you . . . need a chaperone for that dance or social? . . . who else? . . . they have no office hours ... a tough and often discour aging job, but they like it. Elaine Mobley ( Wm fi Perry Hayden . . . our financier with the cowboy boots . . . yes, boys, that ' s where our money goes . . . anybody got a quar- ter for a cup of coffee? . . . this Inflation Is terrible. Clarence Byrd ... his office has two seasonal rushes... and you think you dread registration! . . . If you think you ' re getting the shaft on some grade points, this Is the man to see . . . but you ' d better have some pretty good arguments. 54 Jim McNabney . . . affection- ately known as " Old hiawkeye " ... he has to make sure the outgo doesn ' t exceed Income . .. besides ordering books nobody ever heard of . . . this job gets real Interesting ... at times. ojl (2$ caJ? ct The big business dept ... as they dickered for the sale of the South Virginia farnn ... a new building is a gleam in their eye . . . offered a benefi- cial course for Ne- vada formers . . . they always participate in judging competitions . . . sort of a contest contest. Claude Hutchinson . . .Dean New Bureau of Mines building Everyone held his breath as the new atomic project moved in . . . whopping new building and all . . . $60,000... ho hum... bring in your old ura- nium ore, everybody . . . field trips to Mc- Gill and Rawhide . . . what part of Texas is that? cjf f otf i cienc£ Even with staff turn- overs, this dept stays on an even keel . . . fluctuations in enroll- ment present some problems . . . how to get students and pro- fessors at the same place at the same time . . . some shifts are in store for this department too. Frederick Wood . . . Dean cjf $ £e The traveling dept ...someone is always packing or unpacking . . .this is the group of busy students and busier profs . . .strong organizations here . . . how ' s your supply of midnight oil? Stanley Palmer . . . Dean Vernon Scheid 55 James Hill . . . has the books where you want them ... in the stacks . . . Carl hHorn . . . ever tried having an assembly without chairs? . . . he ' s necessary. Alice Terry . . . guard of the inner sanctum . . . presi- dent ' s secretary . . . TrinI Erquiaga . . . deluxe purchase order writer . . . oh, those figures . . . a4 Jl i ! Tours, lectures, books, conventions, special projects . . . the Happy Hour club will come to order . . . the English department shines . . . one of their more Interesting courses opened to the public . . . Prof. Laird turning out linguistic masterpieces . . . including a handbook for the perspiring freshmen . . . co-author. Prof. Gorrell, packing off to Australia on a Fulbrlght schol- arship . . . Elizabethan drama in the bush . . . President Stout and Dean Carlson visiting Teachers Institutes . . . Dr. LoRIvers dis- cussing Nevada ' s fishes In his new book . . ; nothing personal, anybody . . . Charles Fleming and Prof. Post boasting about their latest olive crop . . . Prof. Hlgglnbothom evaluating Son Jose State . . . frantic softball games and strained muscles at the faculty picnic . . . new faces, and some among the missing . . . that ' s the way it goes. Hobnobbin ' with the students are these snack bar habitues . . . 56 Cif- ' fonofnd %a4 c. Row I : Oliver Smith, George Zoppettini, Joseph Robert- son, Charles Robocker. Row 2: Richard Eckert, Otto Schuiz, Edwin Jensen, Richard Gerity, Wallace Black. Felton Hickman, T. H. Post. Russell Elliott, Charles hiicks, W. S. Shepperson, C. C. Smith, Austin hlutcheson. JuA Row I : Paul Eldridge, Jeanne Lowson. Row 2: Robert Grif- fin, William Miller, Charles Laird, Robert Gorrell. Row 3: John Morrison, Robert hHume. Lewis Ward, Maurice Beesley, Maurice Demers. Ira LaRivers, Fred Ryser, Lowell Jones, Donald Cooney, Robert Miller. 4oiti ci " ducatca am William Goodale, Ray Alzola, Clyde hlouston, V. E. Spencer, Loraine Dunn, Louis Titus. Edwdrd Yates, Craig Sheppard. 57 Clyde Mead, Burton Newbry, Magdalen Eichert, James Longford, Harold Brown. pTp: dli Left: Joseph Malone James Putnam Leamon Jarmon Joel Cantrell Howard Heil Right: Jack Ryan Everett Harris William VanTassell James Van Dyke 5 no( r e Left: James Loewus Frank Holt Leslie McNair James Crowe Right: T. V. Frazier R. E. Worley Dewey Abell Sigmund Leifson Frank boott, Eldon Wit wer, Mabel Hartley, Howard Mason Left: John Gottordi Lawton Kline Christian Melz Alex Dandini G. J. Paolozzi Right: Edward Hiler Charles Monson Harold Richardson Ralph Irwin Row I: James Kidwell, Wallace Block. Row 2: Verle Bohmon, James Hunter, LeGrand Walker. Row 3: Lyie McCart- ney, Joseph Key. i iicAoAoaa, i iMo A ifn Smyth, Harve Nelson . v j . 5 tr( 5 J: Ifima ic Sa mj Left: Loring Williams Jerome Seim Robert Morris J. E. Moose Right: Jim Hoyt Arthur Grey Robert James John Reed Alden Plumley l Arnia " Left: Lon McGirk Earl Kersten Joseph Lintz Richard Larson Right: Lech Gregory Ruth Russell Lois Fitzgibbons Left: Albert Turk William Smyth Claude hlommond John Winston Right: William Garrott Stanley Palmer Irving Sandorf daJ lima John Mortie, Art Broten, Chef Scronton Howard Blodgett, John Bonel Robert Poolman 6Ucfy oiai QS!7£ mj A. L. hllggenbotham, Keiste Janulis QA j6oca Sc cQJ corv " uikI " JijjJriee tmL Ooo cJi m " 1 , V ' ;- yTiw- ' M e ' nl ' atmcct Paul Argeres, President James Costa Melvin Guererra Rayner Kjeldsen James Miller The fraternities ' sentinel . . . the password Is now a 2.0 . . . also the pledging referee ... no foul play allowed . . . ' tain ' t no fun a ' toll no more . . .they ' ve added a couple of scholarship trophies . . . give ' em away at on annual assembly . . . poll bearers at hell week ' s funeral . . . now it ' s spelled hj-E-L-P ... a construc- tive Idea Is refreshing, for a change. Burt Munson 62 aMjii mcoiooii dlL. Barbara Darrah, President Joan Blake Syd Chapman The watch dog of rushing . . . the last word on who speaks to whom and when and why and what about ... an active group this year . . . reviewed the by-laws, found some new rules, threw out some old . . . dealt with minor crises . . . sponsor of the various and sundry sorority scholarship cups and the improve- ment plaque . . . the anonymous hostess of the coed beanfeed. Leah Gregory Barb ara Irwin Florence Lyons Beverly Morris Barbara Van Meter Nancy West 63 Shirley Allen Helen Argeres Josie Aufdermaur Dorothy Bell Dolores Block Diane Block Ann Boero Janice Brown Sue Casey Morvello Chandler Nadine Coleman Virginia Colennon Sinnmie Cooper Ann Cronin Ann Cunninghonn Pat Deoton Barbara Dooley Catharine Downer LaVerne Eikelberger Judith Holdcroft Sally McKissick Guylene Ferguson Bev Sue Hug Joanne Menu Fay Fotos Rita LaVoy Marylee Mitchel Barbara Gregory Marcia Malcolm Barbara Moore Nadine Fogg Claudia Horsley Marilyn Melton Jo Ann Foster Peggy Jackson Lorraine Meunier Alice Godbey Diane Lewers Sandra Mitts June Hannon Rochelle Mocleor Mary Moore 64 £ THETA THETA CHAPTER ESTABLSHED f h3 " — Still the campus brains . . ,.four Phi Kappa Phis . . . the new house still donninates their activities . . . nails in their oatmeal, but they copped the Homecoming float prize . . . hospitality on display at their open house . . . just ignore the ski Carnival decorations . . . they sponsor on annual scholarship . . . dig deep, girls . . . trying to trim their chapter, they are still quite a mob . . . but everyone manages to keep busy . . . and there ' s always a hot bridge game with Mrs. E. . . . their new elevated sun porch foils the alley-cruisers ... no more cheesecake, fellas. Nancy West, President Marie Nielsen Carol Normandy Leonne Norton Margaret Orr Janice Paliudon Inez Pasquali Carol Piazzo Janet Quilici Beverly Read Sandra Records Romoine Roth Pot Samon Rose Soponaro Dixie Sturges Janey Thomas Carol Tollefson Barbara Von Meter Janet Van Valey Corinne Vieto hlorriet Walsh Jo Warwick Shirley Wengart Joanne West Dorothy Yenter Eileen Yrueta 65 Beverly Beeson Pat Boland ' Joan Cunningham Barbara Darrah Faith Davis Martha Fee Donna Fisher Shirley Flagg Paula Gray Gail Johnson Lola Honey Francine Luwe Barbara Irwin Joan Love Beverlee Gross Kleis Kenney Ruth Ingram Elinor Long 66 Joan Blake, President ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED l92 , w Sierra Street humanitarians. . .they paraded in a fashion show to raise cash for underprivileged kids . . , then in- vited the lucky recipients to a big Christmas shindig . . . a good time was had by all . . . music (?) everywhere . . . their new piano takes a terrific beating . . . ah, cul- ture . . . their pajama parties must be hits . . . eyelids at half-mast the next day . . .their WRA teams are slipping . . . they are no longer the muscle girls on campus . . . but nobody ' s shedding tears . . . the future looks bright for the revitalized Gamma PhJS4 ' f,Y| ' iiP ®= « Franclne Mannix Susan O ' Neill Sallie Rogers Gloria Roysum Rosemarie Salbini Lois Sandorf Ann Serpentlno Jean Slovin Patricia Spurlock Marclo Thomas Joy Thompson 67 Gail Altenburg Donna Ames Doris Ames Nancy Anderson Ann Atkinson Jessica Bishop llene Bofflnger LIlo Bonofous Donna Butler Deane Cafferata Syd Chapman Rosemary Cochran Florence Collings Diana Collins Pat Cordes Phyllis Crowder Charlene DeBolt Lois DeRuchIa Annette Dickson Dorthy Hill Charlotte LeMaIre Shirley Edison Harriet Ish Carole Matthlessen Barbara Foster Margaret Jones Helen Meader Virginia Gregory Betty Landers Jewel Miller Eleanor Donati Ann Hyland Sharon Long Norma Etchegoyhen Sharon Jorrett Shirley McKeIvy Adomoe Gray Kay Kohl Georgia Meyers Pot Heehs Yvonne Lartey Anita Munoz L. 68 BETA " My. APTER ESTABLISHED 1522 House of wheels and muscfes . . . Karen an second consecutive KAT Homecoming Queen , . . Norma Etchegeyhen crashed a long line of Tri-Delt AWS presi- dents . . . the Sagebrush editor lives here, too ... an impressive lineup . . . speaking of lineups . . . how about those sharp WRA teams . . . slugging it out with the Reno girls . , . their house is now too small . . . these girls are knee-deep in pledges . . . but they seem to be able to keep ' em busyC. . and the treasurer is happy . . . the Theta house is a cffeerful and busy place. Leah Gregory, President Evelyn Nelson ' - Charlyne Olsen Regino Olson Barbara Peterson Karen Phillips Blanche Picchi Jay Powell Shari Reynolds Barbara Rohlfing Jane Rohlfing Inez Sorosua Gail Samuels Lynn Scott Jo Ann Seoberry Gerry Seoberry Diane Spina Margaret Stodiek Sheila Taylor Nancy Terrell Susan Thornberry Gloria Urriola Karen Waynnan Pom Woymon Mary Lou Wines Mary Jqne Zunino fi kk i 69 Margery Andrews Frances Belford Jan Benson RaVey Borgna Annette Coprio Lola Clark Myrtle Coates Dolores Costello Judy Dempsey Carol DIckerson Margaret Duckett Margaret Ervin Ruth Gaiser Nancy Hewlns Lillian Johnson Joan Griffin Leono hiickey Marilyn Kiufton Beverly Griggs Joni Hoag Jocelyn Lord Mary Ann Hewins Nancy hlowell Jackie McGowon Nancy Hartke Morgot Hoogland Carole McGilvray 70 Florence Lyons, Pr esident Pot Melorkey Roxonne Miller Barbara Moore Beverly Morris NEVADA ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 915 Still Nevada ' s glamor-pusses . . . how about distributing a few of those dates, huh? ... a lot of fun in this house . . . talking up more student activities to their underclass- men . . . they wrapped themselves up in towels to snag the Homecoming skit award . . . cool and candid . . . and they carted the dance attendance cup home . . . hove you finished your set, girls? . . . everyone glad to see their larger pledge class . . . but whose idea was that pledge sneak? . . . well, girls will be girls . . , lay that hatchet down! Joanne Ortiz Carolyn Smith Vivieane Potter Sandra Smith Lena Quilici Mary Stathes Peggy Richie Dolores Steinheimer Corolee Ruotsala Julie Stovros 71 Ken Adams Giles Allenburg Richard Arden Bill Azblll George Ball Richard Bankofler James Botsford Ralph Brinton Dennis Burge Robert Burns Rex Cleory William Cooper Don Croweli Ed Davis Ray Ferrari Gordon Foote Fred Fray Bob Hamlin i Bob Genasci Earl Laird Gall Munk Charles hiandley Joe Leal LeRoy Mortimer Lee hiansen Jerry Longero Pot Myers John Hawkins Michael Mark Pat Norton Daniel Goodman Vincent Loveaga Ron Munk John Honifon Olof Leifson Arthur Montrose Gary Harrigon Thomas Mogee George Nelson Bruce Hicks Bill Marsh Ralph Powel 72 Jim Cos+a, President NEVADA. lOTA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1921 The last resting-place of the Kinnear Trophy (1952- 53) . . . still the house of athletes . . . empty Wheaties boxes all over the place . . . has anyone fallen down the front steps lately? . . . but they are gay chaps at the Bowery dance . . , look, buddy, I just woik here ... do they still provide tow services for sorority girls who just happen to be passing through the back yard? ... it does get kinda muddy sometimes . . . pledges can quit worrying . . . hell week is now help week . . . but work is still c ... It ain ' t like tKe good old days . . . but then, what is? - _ -- x!iES - Don Richards Don Schuiz Leo Quilici Otto Schuiz Floyd Vice Ernest Soumbeniotis Roy Whitocre Frank Stewart Everett Witt Jim Thornton Bob Wilcox Arthur Shipley Roland Westergord Charles Spina George Wilkinson Harry Summerfield Richard Wilcox 73 Ui Fred Alpers Bill Bohannon Bill Brown Tim Burke Phil Collins Bill Dennett George Douglass Dick King Jerry Fenwick Jim Lorrobee Gregory Jeonbort Roger Pettenger George Evans Don Lane Charles Harper Robert Pearson 74 ETA DEUTERON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 19 Still the Lake Street terrors . . . this house has withstood the ravages of time and the draft board . . . everyone is glad to see a crowd hecaiZ- . the coeds start primping and preening . . . the Moonlight Girt contest is nigh . . . this year ' twas Tri-Delt Nadine Coleman . , . their Sup- pressed Desire dance is beyond words " ' .) i it ' s beyond anything ... a coupfe of bananas showed up once . . . but the big deal is the Comstock Stomp . . . sarsaparilla on the house for everybody . , .Jiere; ' :S;;ti2,;;those who love US well ... . hie. :-l ' ss-=zz mW z. " t;w?» ' vs-v- ' ' .- u-.. I Dave Connett, President John Quintana Bill Stewart Jack Reimers Leon Wells Brian Ramsey John Valone Don Shuper David Zumoff Moustofo Shlshokly, Richard Wiseman 75 Melvin Guerrero, President NEVADA ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1917 The Evans Avenue construction gang . . . thank goodness for pledges . . . but what a mighty edifice arose thereon . . . they even have doors for their rooms, now . . . with keyholes, yet . . . such luxury _ ,. . they dropped their hods to win the Homecom ing skit contest . . . this is TV? . . . still the house of music-makers . . .all pledges must carry a musician ' s union membership card . . . with an autographed picture of James Petrilla T T T " the Indian dance Is their big brawl . . . oops, ball . . . even the Okla- homa type Injun here . . . good luck in your man- sion, boys. Gilbert Anderson Tom Gorot Women Botkin Thomas Gude Henry Clark Stewart Hampton Dino Martini Charles Holland Lowrence Bangert Gronden Worden George Brown Elwood Hoggerty Robert Cooper Kenneth Hoynes Tom Fenton Herb Holman 76 Ray Hunter Don Jones Albert King Lester Leonard Robert Lewis Perry Lowden Gary Luther George Maclean William Moher Rollin Mason Richard McClinter Burt Miller Joe Moose Peter Narvaez yU r mm f George O ' Callaghan Vern Sargent Darel Packard Abner Sewel Gerry Patterson John Staunton Robert Potter Jim Underwood Tom Ogg George Schindler Oakley Porker Michael Sullivan John Patterson Wayne Tetrault Alfred Roiche Don Wilkerson 77 DELTA XI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1914 Home of the ASUN Presldenf and a few other people ... a house full of celebrities ... or shall we say just a full house . . . moke your reservations now . . . they let their hair down for the Connie Strip dance . . . ditto for the Jailbird dance . . . dig that crazy mixed-up convict . . . they toted honne the homecoming float award . . . hod the pledges lug it up Ralston hill . . . manners and new haircuts show at the White Rose Formal, the big affair . . . a real nice clambake . . . preluded by hurried taking -in and letting -out .- , of dinner jackets . . . relax, fellas, it only hap- Ed Aimone pens once a year. . . . Tom Alter Albert Alegre- Edward Anderson Jim Anderson Dick Ankers Neil Baker Jack Batchelder Eugene Belli George Bower John Bower Paul Broberg James Brooke James Butler Doug Byington Jerry Carstens Charles Chrlstner William Clark Gerald Clements Les Conklin Ted Contrl William Cuddy Sam DIbitonto Jim Dunseoth Bill Edwards Bruce FabbI Robert Ferrard Ronald Gott Arden Gerbig Jim Gregory Tom Grice William Griggs Paul Argeres, President 78 Homer Haines Lynn Johnson Cdlvin Mead Louis Heltzel Richard Lamson Dick Morrill Richard Henry Robert Jones Richard Miolini Bill How+on Robert ' Lerude George Morris Robin Jackson Carl Looney Jim Nightengale John Jepsen Mike Morfisi Joe Patridge Robert Jepsen Raff McDonald Carl Peterson Freemon Johnson Walter Mclntyre Glen Pieretto Louis Porta William Sprow John Tollefson William Priest Daniel Sullivan David Traitel Milton Reed Howard Swart Bill Von Wagoner Dove Ryan Coe Swobe Chan Williams John Richardson Lester Sweeney Dick Vogt Milton Sharp Bill Thornton James Wittenbeig Leroy Sirotta Dick Thomas Robert Wilson Arthur Shoup Gene Timmons William Young 79 m Glenn Dory Ken Austin Dale Duval Ed Baroch Clair Earl 0 ' John Boone Garth Gondolfo Bill Bulkeley Elbert Gardner Tom Godbey Gerald hlunt David Mahoney Gary hiafen Rodger Johnson Patrick Mahoney Charles hiall Eugene Klllany Rollan Melton Charles Hanna Rex Larson James Miller Gory Hawkins Robert Madsen George Myles 80 Hans Mohr, President Dwight Powell Clark Reid Paul Scott Kenneth Server Ronald Soule Burnle Thomason Robert Thomason Duane Urban Darrell Waite George Woodward James Wright Peter Young NEVADA BETA PHI CHAf TER ESTABLIS The only house on the hill with a real live barbeque pit . . . the biggest one in captivity ... so what do they do? . . . they throw a Hawaiian luou ... no wonder Mrs. Molini has to put the boys on a diet . . . they ' ll all be slim and sylph-like by Spring . . . celebs include Rollan Melton, Block N representa- tive . . . also junior class manager, Clair Earl , . . th n they all slick up for the Dream Girl Formal . this is the big, swishy dance of the year , . . you know what that means, fellas . , . clean levis for everybody ... a lot of fun and laughs In this house Walt Anderson Orrin Bachelor James Brennan Raymond Brookman Jake Carpenter John Chandler Jack Cherry Don Coatney Burt Munson, President EPSILON IOTA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1929 ,,. . " i The bell, book, and candle crowd . . . the Lambda Chi bell is now honne to stay . . . the books and candles appeared at final time . . . they, too, have a Hawaiian dance . . . some funny characters show up here . , . the Ho- waiians should live so long . . . then there is the Baby dance trr yes, there it is . . . Ray Postorino holds the Buzzy Marks Sportsman- ship Trophy ... he puts it down once in awhile . . . keep your cotton-pickin ' hands off, pledge . . . with more members, this house will pick up. George Davis Ed Pesout John Ferrari Allan Ramsey Remo Fratlnl Ed Roscoe Duane Moore Silvio Sontina Roy Postorino Robert Winkel 82 Rayner Kjeldsen, President LOCAL FRATERNITY ESTABLISHED 1942 The fraternities ' answer to the Tri-Delts . . . they ' ve had the scholarship trophy for some time now . . . keep up the good work, fellas . . .they ' ve got the only male Phi Kappa Phi, Rayner Kjeldsen . . . the usual fraternity dances and parties, but with the Sigma Rho touch . . . the whole campus drools over their Spring steak fry, hoping for a bid . . . now bock in their own domicile, Lincoln hiall, these boys will start to whizz again. John Darling Bob Adams Dale Odneal Vincent Mahoney 83 Row I : Darlene Layton, Annie Lee Condie, Manetta Bleak, Annette Dickson, Lorrayne Wright, Eileen Beardoll, Pot Terry, Marie Nielsen. Row 2: Dwight Powell, Lynn Bowler, Leon Potter, Gory Hafen, Gerald Hunt, Farrel Lytle, Glen Hardy, Tom Ballow, Sandra Smith, Rhea Leavitt, La Rue Jones, Delores Horlocher, Clark Jones. Row 3: Clair Earl, Elbert Gardner, Calvin Archibald, Don McBride, Dale Duval, Gory Earl, Frank Reid, Dorrell Waite, Arthur Clayson, Alick Mackie, Jim ' Hoyt, Lenn Jones, Pete Horlocher. Cooking up nothing but fun in the kitchen . . . NU AND MU CHAPTERS ESTABLISHED 1948 The ping pong set and Rhea Leavitt dancers on the hill . plenty of practice . . led by Clair Earl . . they ' re the best they ought to be . . . their parties and dances especially numerous . . . but they have a serious side . . . their aims: spiritu- ality, leadership, intellectuality, cultural life, and a lot of fun. 84 ll a ac (X( r4ciJttBn, Back row: Bill Long, Ted Kolster, Dave Ruth, Dick Grundy, Gene Rummel, Jerrey Mitchell, Rev. Ben Rice. Row 2: hloward hlayward, Lealon Watts, John Bower, Bill Power, hlorry Green, Rev. Wilfred Smith. Front: Sue O ' Neill, Barbara Darroh, Betty Rice, llene Boffinger, Lois McCamant, Dyon Jurey, Willy Lovitt. Rerteat, retreat, retreat . . . they ' d be lousy mili- tary strategists ... they retreat mostly to Lake Tahoe . . . they ' re not kidding anyone, they just want to catch the fights on TV . . . beat the heat and freeze your feet . . . llene Boffinger led . . . picnics at Lake Pyramid, too . . . this is something that the fellows from Stead con participate in, too . . . lots of fun and hard work here . . . and also lots of Food. 85 Lois McComont, Sue O ' Neill, John Bower, Diane Jurey, llene Boffinger are the wheels in this group. m ma TL SA Row I: Lorraine Meunier, RoVey Borgna, Sandra Mitts, Gloria Urriola, Rose Saponaro, Sofia Corrillo, Penny MacNeil. Row 2: Silvio Sontino, Harry Pacini, David Mohoney, Tonn Arvin, Maisie Harris, Anne Cronin. Row 3: Eugene Kiliany, Ed Boroch, John Honifon, president. Father Despors, Mike Leslie, Pot Norton. They ore also a gay bunch . . . comnnunion breakfasts are wonderful get- acquainted parties . . . plus a picnic or two and a snow party . . . discussions dig into those religious problems . . . sonnetimes into personal ones, too . . . they hove on annual banquet and afternoon moss by the Bishop of Reno . . . very, very nice. Taking time out from their TV set to have their pictures taken. 86 j uA AXo ljIf All smiles at rush parties . . . some people just can ' t sit on chairs . . . somebody ' s going to get callouses out of oil this. At least we get a free meal out of it . . . mind your table manner, kid, it con get to be expensive. ir S ' ' S l v J ecfl JV M " i OTb Afotf Glenn J. (Jake) Lawlor Director of Athletics Hugh Smithwick Assistant Director of Athletics The present Eligibility and Athletic commit- tee was established this year to supplant the old Board of Athletic Control. It was headed by chairman George A. Broten who also served as faculty athletic representative to the Far Western Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Duties of the committee were to make recom- mendations to the president regarding the proper academic certification of athletes in accordance with the constitution of the Far Western Conference. Art Broten attended all conference meetings. George (Art) Broten Faculty Athletic Representative Members of athletic and eligibility committee at one of their regular meetings, Perry Hoyden, George A. Broten, chairman, Robert Poolmon, D. G. Cooney, and Glenn Lawlor. Members missing are: Jim Bailey, J. W. Morrison and Keiste Janulis. y 90 imk Left are the vivacious song- leaders Simmie Cooper, Marilyn Klufton, Joanne Ortiz, Helen Argeres and Carol Piazzo. Below ore the cheerleaders in action . . . such acrobat- ics .. . anyone for chess? . . . m ttaJlf yQi THE NEVADA WOLF PACK VARSITY. Row I: Ed Stephens, John Martin, Lealon V otts, George Mross, George Schindler, Bill Cooper, Stan Drakulich, Jack Wilson, Mike Marfisi. Row 2: George Garat, Mike Leslie, Boyce Ford, Jerry Mann, Wayne Seacrist, George Hargrove, Jim Wittenberg, Ed Jesse, Chuck Harrison, Wayne Chapman. Row 3: Pete Narvaez, Ron Einstoss, Joe Lash, Bill Howton, Giles Altenburg, Mert Baxter, Tom Roesselet, Rollan Melton, Clancy Price, George Ball, Joe Leal, Don Jones. Head Coach Jake Lawlor pointing out the plan ot attack to his assistant coaches, Neil Garrett (left), and Hugh Smithwick (right). 1953 FOOTBALL SCORES Nevada 27 Nevada . 7 Nevada 13 Nevada 27 Nevada I 3 Chico State 7 Fresno State 47 Cal Aggies _ ■San Francisco State 28 Idaho State 34 92 Nevada ' s big end, Joe Lash, comes down with the pigskin and dwarfs two Chico State tacklers. Wayne Seacrist, Co-captain uft-diffm Big pile-up takes place as Joe Leal (not shown) crosses the goal line for a Wolf Pock touchdown. In the foreground are Boyce Ford and Rollan Mel+on (46). Bill Cooper NEVADA 27 - CHICO STATE 7 The 1953 Nevada Wolf Pack opened its season successfully when it downed a favored Chico State gridiron eleven, 27-7, on the Mackay Stadium turf. Joe Leal and Mert Baxter each crossed the goal line twice to lead the Nevadans to the triumph over the previously undefeated Wildcats. The locals com- pletely dominated the game and the Chico gridders did not score until the final quarter when they returned a punt for the tolly. Wayne Seacrist and Giles Altenburg were the Pack co-captains for the season ' s opener. 93 Buddy Brooks circles right end with a bevy of Bulldogs moving in for the tackle. The powerful fullback was a consistent ground-gainer all evening for the Pack. Ron EInstoss, Co-captain FRESNO STATE 47 - NEVADA 7 Making its first out-of-tbv n appearance of the season, the Wolf Pack v as handed a 47-7 setback by a keyed-up Fresno State eleven in Fres- no ' s Ratcliffe Stadium. The underdog Nevadans made a good game of it considering several injuries were suffered early in the hard-fought con- test. The Wolf Pack scored in the second half on a spar- kling drive that ended in an Ed Jesse to Mert Baxter touchdown pass. Suffering the more serious injuries were Joe Leal, Ed Stephens, Buddy Brooks and Joe Lash. Several members of the Nevada starting team were called upon to play nearly the entire game. Among the latter were game co-captains Ron Einstoss and Joe Lash, until he was side- lined with a knee injury. Joe Lash, Co-captain Buddy Brooks Co-captaIn Buddy Brooks drives Into a Col Aggie back, as Mert Baxter (34) comes up fast to lend his support. Moving up in the background ore Jerry Mann (35), Jim Young (52) and Ron EInstoss (48). NEVADA 13 — CAL AGGIES A slov - starting Nevada grid- iron aggregation, that went into this evening ' s football contest with the California Aggies as pre- game favorites, come on strong in the second half to score a I 3-0 triumph before a partisan Aggie homeconnlng crowd. Both Nevada teedees canne in the third quarter after a scoreless first-half. The initial tally was scored via Ed Jesse to Mert Bax- ter aerial, and shortly afterwards Don Jones smashed off right tackle for the final marker of the game. Feature of the affair was a goal line stand by the Pack for- wards who held the Aggie for four downs within the one-yard line. Leading the winning Nevad- ons were game co-captains Buddy Brooks and Stan Drakullch. " P PIqM Stan Drakulich Co-captaIn Bob Devlin, manager 95 George Schindler yn Mert Baxter takes on Ed Jesse aerial over his shoulder and begins a 50-yard jaunt to paydirt territory with two ' Gator gridders in hot pursuit. As the scoreboard shows, the touhcdown put the Nevadans within one point of the visitors with less than three minutes to play. Picture includes two Little All-Coast performers, Baxter and Maury Duncan (12) quarterback of S.F. State. Boyce Ford ' T " ' Buddy Brooks, with help of Stan Drakulich, powers his way over a Son Francisco State tackier. Nevada gridders in background in- clude Ed Jesse (behind No. 79), Boyce Ford (30), Don Jones (40), and Rollan Melton (46). S. F. STATE 28 -NEVADA 27 In one of the most exciting football classics ever v itnessed in Mackay Stadium, the San Francisco State Golden ' Gators downed a fighting and inspired Wolf Pack eleven 28-27 before 6,000 screaming homecoming enthusiasts. Ed Jesse tallied the Pack ' s first touchdov n on a quarterback sneak and Buddy Brooks powered his way for Nevada ' s score. The other two Wolf Pack counters came on Jesse to Mert Baxter paydirt aerials. Fine line play was turned in by Pock linemen. Lash, Einstoss, Ford, Leslie, and game co-captains Baxter and Melton. Jesse Jones, Leal and Brooks led th e way in the secondary. ) Rollan Melton ?M Co-coptoin " ' • ' ' Ci ' VV ' Mert Baxter, Co-captain 96 I Joe Leal scampers off-fackle, on one of his two scoring jaunts of the afternoon, with an Idaho State nnan in hot pursuit. IDAHO STATE 34 - NEVADA 13 Nevada ' s gridiron aggregation closed out its 1953 season by dropping a hard-fought 34-13 decision to the Rocky Mountain Con- ference champions, Idaho State Bengals. The -injury- riddled locals nnode a good game of it in the first half, but soon after the intermission, the Pack lost star quarter- back Ed Jesse for the remainder of the con- test. Joe Leal regained his early season form and scored the Wolf Pack ' s two touch- downs. When Jesse was carried from the field, Mert Baxter moved to tailback along with Don Jones and the pair guided the Nevada single wing attack which was used for the first time this season. Jones and Jesse were game co-captains and both responded with inspiring perform- ances. Shortly after the final game, Baxter was accorded first team Little All - Coast honors, while Jesse was named to the sec- ond squad. he ploy that put Ed Jesse, Nevada ' s all-around quarter- ack on the sidelines. The sturdy field general suffered a 3ck injury which caused the Wolf Pack to go into the ngle wing fornnation for the first tinne during the year. 97 Mike Leslie 1 ClJ 9 l Ji A major rebuilding job confronted Coach Jake Lawlor in his tenth season at Nevada, but after a slow start the Nevodons caught fire to end with a 12-11 record. Biggest task was filling the roomy shoes of departed stars Mert Baxter and Dan Vidovich, but Lawlor came up with Chuck Handley, a shorpshooting freshman from Las Vegas. Handley was second in Far Western Con- ference scoring and earned a berth on the first team All-Conference squad. Big Reg DePaoli received second team conference honors. The squad was the first Nevada team to compete in the newly organized Far Western Intercollegiate Athletic Con- ference, composed of Sacramento State, Son Francisco State, Humboldt State, Chico State, and the California Aggies. NEVADA WOLF PACK VARSITY. First Row: Bill Cooper, Terry Basflan, Roger Trounday, Bob Jones. Second Row: Ed Pesout (Man- ager), Chuck Handley, John Jepsen, George Nelson. Third Row: Jake Lawlor (Coach), Reg DePaoli, Bob Sco+t, Roger Murdcok. Nevada 66 College of Pacific 70 Nevada 62 San Francisco St. 74 Nevada 89 Chico State 60 Nevada 43 College of Pacific 73 Nevada 50 San Francisco St. 67 Nevada 70 Portland Univ. 53 Nevada 63 Utah State . 65 Nevada 72 Humboldt State 53 Nevada 68 Portland Univ. 56 Nevada 65 Utah State 81 Nevada 62 Humboldt State 57 Nevada 57 Loyola University 80 Nevada 56 Fresno State 61 Nevada 84 California Aggies 50 Nevada 59 Loyola University 87 Nevada 83 Fresno State 64 Nevada 76 California Aggies 57 Nevada 45 Sacramento State 46 Nevada 73 Whittier College 50 Nevada 79 Chico State 80 Nevada 69 Sacramento State 68 h 98 : Kn Frosh forward Chuck Handley pumps in a jump shot over on out- stretched Portland Pilot. Other Nevadans are Bob ScoH (50) and Roger Troundoy (40). Joke Lawlor, hiead Coach Bill Cooper Local cogens opened the season with a strong College of Pacific five and were set down in both contests. The Pack threw a score into the sky- scraping Tigers before bowing, 70-66 and 74-43. Individual scoring stars were Legarza with 30 in the two games. DePaoli 24, and Cooper 20. Traveling to Ely to duel Utah State in the next series the Pock lost 65-63 and 81-65. Fighting a good gome the first night with the lanky farmers the squad couldn ' t cope with the Utohons in the finale. Frosh Handley had 32 digits, while DePaoli tickled the mesh for 30 points. Legarza and Cooper played fine all-around floor gomes. 99 « pi flm 4 Nevada ' s bout with Fresno State ended in a split. The visitors annexed the first contest, 61-56, but the Pack returned to down the Bulldogs, 83-64. DePaoli ' s 33 and Handley ' s 3 I points paced the Pack. Whittier College next came for one game and was handed a 73-50 reverse. Cooper hit 1 6 digits to lead the locals while Trounday tallied 13 points. San Francisco State was the first conference opponent for the Pack and handed the Nevodons two defeats in the Bay City. The locals met the ' Gators after Christmas and lost out, 74-62 and 67-50. Handley ' s 27 poinst took high- scoring honors in the series. In Reno for its next eight games the Pack came out winner seven times for its hottest streak. It copped twin victories from hlum- boldt State 72-53 and 62-57, Col Aggies 84-50 and 76-57, Portland University 70-53 and 68-56, and split even with Chico State. Roger Trounday Roger tsAordo Bob 3ones TerrV " Reg DePaoli goes high into the air to toke the tip from Col Aggie center in early port of the gome. Chuck Handley (II) and Bill Cooper (35) await the boll. Bob Scott Mm c The Wildcats won the first game in over time, 80-79, but the Pack took the second 89-60. Handle ' y and DePaoli led with 39 and 24 points against Humboldt ' s Lum- berjacks, while Cooper caught the Cal Aggies series for 28 markers. Chico hit Reno with George Moderos, and the Wildcat star had a furious scoring battle with Chuck Handley. Moderos garnered 50 points in two gomes, while Handley made 44. Nevada handed Portland twin setbacks as Handley shot 45 points. In Los Vegas to tiff Loyola University the Pock lost out in both games 80-57 and 87-59. Sacramento State suffered double setbacks from the Pack in Nevada ' s final gomes. Behind Handley ' s 34 points, the locals won out, 55- 46 and ' 69-68. Georg e Oav»s Roger Trounday goes up to take o re- bound from a Col Aggie man with Chuck Handley backing him up. Reg DePaoli hooks one in from the right side to poce the lo- cals against Chico State ' s Wildcats. Bob Jones (15) is in the foreground. George e son John Jepsen Qmmyi George Nelson drives for a lay-up agalnsf Loyola. In the background are Nevadans Roger Trounday (40) and Bob Scott (50). TEA V SCORING Player G FG FT PF TP Ave. Handley 21 121 88 63 330 15.7 DePaoli 21 86 94 97 266 12.7 Trounday 21 46 46 55 138 6.6 Legarza 13 48 40 40 136 10.5 Cooper 13 49 37 42 135 10.4 Scott 20 24 31 34 79 4.0 Jones 21 20 34 52 74 3.5 Bastion 17 16 29 32 61 3.6 Nelson 8 19 22 25 60 7.5 Davis 1 1 14 17 13 45 4.1 Murdock 18 13 6 19 32 1.8 Jepsen 14 6 1 8 13 .9 Kendricks 3 2 1 4 1.3 Reg DePooli (43) moves In as Bill Cooper is about to flip the boil into the basket against the Aggies. " Uh, uh, don ' t touch, " soys Reg DePaoli to Loyola nnon who is trying to take the ball from the Pack center. Listening in is Roger Trounday (40) and George Nelson (behind DePaoli ' s playmate). f lfLcAtlfl WOLF PA CK FROSH First Row: George Ball George Wilkinson Lowrence Bianucci Ron Logar George Nelson Second Row: Glen Pire+l-o Nornnan Mon+alaci Jack Batchelder Frank Kendricks Third Row: John Meder George Win+hrop Hugh Smithwick (coach) Bill Howton Lawrence Bianucci tallies for the Wolf Pack yearlings against Lassen Junior College. Other Nevodons are Frank Kendricks (12) and Glen Piretto (13). SCORES Nevada Opponent 59 Yerington H.S 32 60 Stead Training Squadron 55 50 Folsom H.S 26 80 Elko H.S 44 64 Utah Frosh 70 38 More Island Navy 53 54 Lassen Junior College 42 43 Fallon H.S 34 62 Yerington H.S 33 64 Tonopoh H.S 43 63 Chico Frosh 62 40 Chico Frosh 38 48 Sparks H.S 40 60 Lassen Junior College 37 WON 12 — LOST 2 Jim Olivas aiM WtA Ed Hancock (above) Marvin Baker (below) The Wolf Pock boxing squad closed out another suc- cessful season this year performing against San Jose State, San Francisco State, Chico State, Idaho State, and College of Idaho. The Pack also did well in the San Francisco State Invitational and Pacific Coast Intercollegiate tournaments. Highlighting the campaign was the fine work of 1 78-pounder Bill Griggs, who went undefeated during the year until the semi-finals of the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate affair, which is the top annual college boxing attrac- tion on the coast. Others who turned in fine showings during the season were Marvin Baker, Ed Hancock, Ted Contri and ex -marine Stan Drakulich, who returned to Nevada ring -wars after a two-year absence. Ted Contri Carl Looney Rugged Bill Griggs doubles up his opponent with a hard left to the mid-section Gangling Baker, in one of the most exciting battles ever seen in the local gym, come on strong to draw with hefty Gene van der Leun of Chico State. The two heavyweights slugged it out, toe-to-toe, for three action-packed rounds, and at the final bell, the pair were given a standing ovation by the spectators. Only a sophomore, Baker shows prom- ise. Hancock turned to boxing after a basketball career on the hill and was a dependable point-getter. Contri, a frosh from Elko, was a real surprise and is a boy to watch. A Nevada crowd-pleoser from past seasons, Drakulich closed out a successful and colorful career as a member of the Wolf Pack. Former top amateur boxer, Jimmy Olivas, once again did a fine coaching job for the Nevodons. Jimmy predicts a bright future for the locals with such promising talent as Baker, Contri, Carl Looney, Keifh Ernst, Bill Azbill, Walt Mclntyre, Bob Genasci and Ray Brookman returning next year. John Hawkins Bill Azbll m m. ' ' ' ' m- ' .: - -7r7 Ray Brookman (above) Keith Ernst (below) Free-sv Inglng Stan Drakulich misses with a haymaker right uppercut 05 Co. V °° " nes ' . || I IH I I« |II .»H ' Bob Jones gets off to a quick stort In the 100 in time trials. Nevada ' s hard-working track contingent, under the coaching leadership of Hugh Smi+hwick, did well for itself this year while competing in five dual engagements and the FarWestern Conference Track and Field meet at Davis, California, home of the Cal Aggies. Teams representing Sacramento State, San Francisco State, Col Aggies, Chico State and USF dueled with the Pack this year. The local thinclads were ham- pered by inclement weather in early work- outs, but the squad improved its times and distances as the season progressed. Stand- outs for the Pack this year were Captain Charley Bell, Lee Schroder, and freshman John Meder. Quarter milers John MayerofF and Gene Tinnmons round the turn neck and neck. ' -SA Of ' ' nf ocJ y e, 06 yi Jim Colder gets a quick start in the furlong. nH o Vo Bell enjoyed another fine season in the middle distances, par- ticularly in the 880-yard run. Schroder consistently vied for top honors in the broad jump and sprints. Meder, a husky-built athlete from Carson City, was a real jack-of-oll trades for the local trocksters, as he sow action in about five events in every meet. Other top-point winners in field events for the Pock were Leo Quilici in the discus, Stan Drakulich in the javelin, and Phil Collins in the high jump. The running events featured Bob Jones in the sprints. Gene Tinnmons and John Mayeroff in the quarter mile, Jake Longero in the hurdles, while Milt Sharp and Gail Munk stood out in the mile and two-mile runs. Milt Sharp rounds the +urn all alone In the nnile. Gail Munk preps for the long two- mile grind. JJBVABA u N£VAUA SETAIA I IVIDA . V NEVA Di Ml THE WOLF PACK VARSITY CINDERMEN. Standing: John Meder. Milt Sharp. Jake Carpenter. Charley Bell (captain), Gail Munk, Bill Howton. Gene Timmons. John Mayeroff, and Bill Cuddy (manager). Kneeling: George Mross, George Wilkinson. Leo Quilici, Jim Colder, Bob Burns, Lee Schroder, John McGowan, George Ball. ig THE NEVADA VARSITY BASEBALLERS. Standing: Bill Ireland (coach), Arden Gerbig, Clancy Price, Burt Munson, George Young Gerry Svob, Dave Ryan, Jerry Carstens, Ernie Soumbeniotis, Jake Lawlor (coach). Kneeling: Jim Zinn, Roger Trounday, Chuck Handley, Leian Ceccareili, Ralph Powell, Ray Hunter, Dan Vidovich. Dave Ryan outfield Dan Vidovich shortstop Roger Trounday outfield Jerry Carstens pitcher 108 — • ' T Ray Hun+er first base Clancy Price catcher The diamond sport mode a long-awaited return to the Nevada campus this year and the local hordballers behind the coaching of Jake Lawlor and his assistant, Bill Ireland, made a fine showing. Voted a major sport In the spring elections by the student body, baseball was elevated to Its proper recognition on the hill. The Wolf Pack practiced and played its home games at Threlkel ' s Field in Reno. One of the standout performers on the local aggregation this year was all-around Roger Trounday, who got a late start due to basketball workouts. Trounday sparkled at the plate and did a fine job in the outfield. Joining Roger In the outer gardens were Dave Ryan, Jim Zinn and Ed Jesse. The latter was plagued by a sore arm In early contests. The infield was manned by Ray Hunter at first, smooth-fielding Ralph Powell at second, dependable Leian Ceccarelli at the hot corner, and erstwhile cage star Dan Vidovich at shortstop, hiandling the infield utility work was Chuck Handley, who also sow duty on the mound. The catching chores were In the able hands of Clancy Price, a freshman from Reno, and Arden Gerbig. Pacing the Pack twirling corps were lanky Jerry Carstens, lefty George Young, Burt Munson and Ernie Sounnbeniotis. George Young pitcher Chuck Handley infield 109 second base , . I f [■ 1ff1Bnilfi ' l •■ i t 1 . r Wolf Pack Varsity Ski Team. Bill Bulkeley, Wayne Adams, Allan Ramsey, Lynn Johnson, Dick Thomas, Cheiton Leonard, coach, and Pat Myers. Nevoda skiers enjoyed their finest season this year when they copped winning honors in four of the six meets entered against top collegiate competition. Bringing Nevada its first national championship was Pot Myers, hard-skii ng senior from Reno. Flashing down the Slide Moun- tain slopes faster than any of his competitors, Pat became the first national downhill champion under NCAA sanction. Cheiton Leonard, coach Dick Thomas Wayne Adams Proudly displaying their trophies and medals won during the year ore Ne- vada ' s vorslty skiers: Allan Ramsey, Pat Myers, Bill Bulkeley, Chelton Leonard, coach, Wayne Adams, Dick Thomas and Gardner Smith. Pat Myers — NCAA champion Allan Ramsey 1st California Intercollegiates Sugar Bowl, Calif. 5th international Intercollegiates Banff, Alberta, Canada 1st UCLA invitational Big Bear, Calif. istTressider Memorial Cup Yosemite, Calif. 8th Not ' l Collegiate Ski Champion- ships, Reno, Nevada i st Vonderbllt Memorial Races Sugar Bowl, Calif. ■• -s -y nn Johnson Bill Bulkeley Gardner Smith ' - 4 7?; ; gafc e - " ' Coach Harold Bailey Coach Harold Bailey shows members of the Nevada golf team the way to the cup on the I 8th green. Ready to putt (left to right) are: Bernie Thomason, John Jepsen, Dick Morrill, Pat Norton, Bill KoHinger, and Ron Einstoss. Nevada ' s linksters experienced rough going in the Far Western Conference this year, but Coach Harold Bailey is looking to the future. Next season the Pack ' s three top performers, Dick Morrill, John Jepsen and Pat Norton, will be bock for intercolle- giate competition. Joining the top trio on this year ' s golf team were George Douglas, Joe Leal, Bill Kottinger, Bernie Thomason and Ron Einstoss. Bailey, former Nevada amateur titlist and one of the out- standing golfers in the state. Is serving his first year as coach of the Wolf Pack divot diggers. John Jepsen Pat Norton Dick Morrill Bill Kottinger i Leading Nevada ' s tennis aggregation in Far Western Conference ploy this year were standout veterans Bill Van Wagoner and Perry Lowden together with promising freshman Dick McClintic. The frosh ace steadily improved throughout the year and should lead the Pock to many a victory in coming net seasons. Also performing well were Jinn Anderson, Harry Sunnnnerfield, Grandin Worden, and Raff McDonald. Hutch Nenzel, one of Reno ' s top tennis stars, once again coached the squad. The team fared well in its seven-match sched- ule and went on to participate in the Far Western Conference tennis tournament. The boys had an added Incentive this year as the student body voted tennis a major sport in the spring elections. WOLF PACK VARSITY TENNIS SQUAD. (Standing. L-R) Hutch Nenzel (coach), Grandin Worden, Jim Anderson, Harry Summerfield. (Kneeling, L-R) Bill Van Wagoner, Perry Lowden, Dick McClin+ic. 4 - . . y - )L ' ■ ' ' ' U , T ■ Hutch Nenzel, coach iC V 1 i c . 4 ' ' Bill Van Wagoner Perry Lowden 13 a sMotte f d ' ihk «-Fr!S= ' z:: -. " -:: ..a ZTzis z: _!?5t3 lIlIiSZCi HErAi - - " ? -;? .V ' l i ■r i Vi ' - :; ' :; i ' ! :; ' .•:1 :„?.« ; • ' . " 7 r..-. ' ' ' : L ■•?■■■;■ ii:Ai- " . ;tv ' ' ' c Who said hick? . . . ag is now one of the most sci- entific of industries . , . okay, you just try to pick out a cow ' s best points . . . how many inches from the pastern to the shoulder? ... I asked you first . . . the better moments are the trips to the Cow Palace . . . the housing situation is terrible . . . Den- ver Is also visited . . . the thing is the aggie horse show . . . now we know what students can do if they have a mind to . . . winsome Pat Deaton resigned ... a financial success, to president Rex Cleary ' s satisfaction . . . the richest club on campus, but they earned it all with their own cotton pickin ' hands. - ;i-: -J»s ' Row I: Rex Cleary, Gene Austin, Gary Hafen. Row 2: Neil! West, Bill Dunning, Elbert Gardner, Fronk Stewart, George Woodward. Row 3: Dole Odneal, Gerald Wlttwer, Rollie Weaver, Ted Honeywell. Row 4: Lester Sweeney, Bob Ferraro, Ted Contri, Bob Genasci, Gail Munk. Rex, Frank, and Gary take time out. )ompa Row I : Roxanne Miller, Janet Van Valey, Sue Casey, Joy Knudsen, Ben Crowell. Row 2: Jinn Larabee, Warren Young, Bob De Bold, George Evans. Our campus thespions . . . they established a precedent with their outstanding production of Ah, Wilderness! and Pygmalion . . . coll me when the calla lilies are blooming again. " thmg fouMtcm Youthful voters . . . outstanding speaker was Gov. Russell (above) ... set up registration tables on campus for primary elections . . . let ' s not discuss politics now, comrade . . . officers for this year were: Jim Costa, Vice President; Peggy Jackson, Secretary; Jerry Mann, Program Chairman; Jack Cherry, Constitution Chairman; Coe Swobe, President. 121 Row I: Shirley Allen, Barbara Peterson, Barbara Dooley, Janet Etchegon, Lola Honey, Annette Dickson. Row 2: Jim Butler, George Pettersen, Jim Dunsey, Carl Looney, Ken Trigero, Bob Jepsen, Alice Dulion. Row 3: Tom Murle, Bob Pearson, Clark Jones, Raff MocDonald, Roger Pederson, Keith Stever, La Moln Garrard. Row 4: Ed Davis, Fritz hiertlein, Felton hHIckman, director, Clair Earl, Jim Gould. md. Dig that crazy rhythm . . . the concert on the lawn is becoming a tradition . . . and a very nice one, too . . . they made special trips v4iApne to Sun Valley . . .and they livened up Ski Carnival . . . the backbone of any parade ... an Interesting offshoot is the little German Band . . . Ach, du lieber schmaltz!! | the cheesecake is pretty good, too . ' ' ! ' e majorettes ore the joy of radio an- nouncers . . . the bond concerts are terrific . . . how about a bandstand In the middle of the quad? Fancy steps and high struttin ' . 22 An uplifted jomTf . a hesitant hush . . . and the magnificent Messiah pours out of the gym once more . . . and not a nickel changes hands . . . these people sing for the pure joy of it . . . and that one credit ... a smaller group travels around to let others hear their selections ... a spring concert once in a while . . . should be quite a production this year . . . Prof Post directs . . . Jim Butler is president . . . lots of hard work here . . . they ' re not discouraged by a few sour notes . . . how come so many girls? i. . --aren ' t there any Carusos on this campus? . . . we should kidnap a few of those shower stall tenors. j m Row I: Regina Olson, Shirley Armstroig, Dolly Montgomery, Margaret Orr, Janice Chiatovich, Elinor Long, Marge Andrews, Nancy Howell, Rhea Leavitt, Patsy Terry, Ann Cunningham. Row 2: Diane Oldenburg, Jane Rohlfing, Marilyn Klufton, Ruth Gaiser, Rose Saponara, Alice Dulion, Nona Lee Bak3r, Barbara Moore, Yvonne Dubbins, Professor Post. Row 3: Norma Dyer, Bev Ricketts, Lorrayne Wright, Annie Lee Condie, Barbara Gregory, Shirley Allen, Leslie Hayden, Sue Thornberry, llene Boffinger, Joan Sawle. Row 4: Tom Murie, James Taylor, Leon Potter, Jim Brune, Wm. S. Miller, Lawrence Bangert, Bob Beville, Leonard Sperling, Francis Trigero. Row 5: Orrin Bachelor, Raff MacDonald, Bert Munson, Ken Trigero, Manfred NIkoley, Jim Butler, Walt Anderson, George Douglas, Clark Jones. Beautiful voices and music at the " Messiah. " mi 4t f tt t$ H, f 123 Did you get the right answer, Ken? ) ki(j M m.e M The building builders . . . these are Nevada ' s traveling architects . . . they saw the Golden Gate bridge Inside and out . . . the first signs of spring . . . the frosh out squaring the rule and getting John all sighted up for another year . . . congenial Bob Stimmel Is their top man . . . Prof. Blodgett smilingly scribbles on the blackboard and then throws tests like crazy . . . oh, to be on engineer and not have to study ... to hove all the free time in the world . . . oh, that ' s the li — hey . . . down, boys, just kidding, heh, heh, Help! - || Row I : Ken Austin, Dick Young, Elwin Wilkinson, Ron Munk, Myron March, Eugene Grows, John Quintona, Roland Westergard, Bob Stimnnel. Row 2: Carl Ponicori, Eugene Longfield, Oliver Warren, Howard Blodgett, John Bonell, Perry Lowden, Gilbert Anderson, Frank Evans, Charles Bell. 124 technical j mmeM ; The traveling grease-monkeys . . . the seniors do most of the gadding about . . . visited all points west . . . chug-chug . . . they keep in shape by snap- ping iron rods for admiring coeds on Mackay Day . . . but can anybody fix my flat tire? . . . can ' t be bothered with anything less than a locomotive . . . professional speakers came often . . . helped to orient the fellows . . . maybe they will build that better mousetrap . . . unassuming George Mac- lean is presidentv • they enjoy both national and local status. Seated: Jim Carlson, Barbara Peterson, George Maclean. Standing: Charles Hanna, Ed Evarts, Art Maxwell, Tom Reynolds, Gearald Crowe, Don Hill, Paul Clawson, Gene Kiiiany, Art Clayson, J. R. Von Dyke. 125 E E ' s versus Oscilloscope. j yrta i£ -jS Nevada ' s shock absorbers . . . knee deep in con- ductors, insulators, etc . . . they manhandle those monstrous generators In the EE building ... but no one has yet been lost in the line of duty . . . they shine during Big Bonanza . . . winning exhibits Is getting to be a habit with them . . . their TV set Is the trick . . . who ' s that mug on the screen? ... oh, it ' s only me . . . but how do those sparks go up the wires? . . . taciturn Paul Fox doubles as president here and trumpet player there. ' %§5! " ' ' fe " ' ' ■HJj h " Row I: Roy Gore, Bill Dennett, Leonne Norton, Walt Wiseman, Dick Donovan, Jim Wriqht George Samstad, Jerry Markowski, Hans Mohr, Art Sommer, Art Imlqare. Tp7 R i R r ' . g bart GeorgeEvans, Roy Goodman, JerTy Zeltler, Jim Bright, Ted Robb, Bob Martin, Tom Godbey, Ernie Andregg, Ron Soule, Jim Dickinson, Da v e 26 ' MdUo]oklr The crux of the matter is this . . . you sink the shaft so, and set the beams thus, and wham; ... if at first you don ' t succeed , . . these boys have their own personal museum and library ... an interesting place to wander into . . . more people should try it . . . John Mackay is a magic name . . . bow to- wards the statue, infidel! . . . jovial Ed Tempinski arranges monthly get-togethers . . . they once tried panning gold beneath the building ... no luck there . . . but they inherited quite a sum . . . and ore get- ting a pile of new equipment . . . the rest should be so lucky. Discussing the new Senior bench. Row I: Norman Martin, Guy Mainwaring, Art Montrose, Jack Scott, Rod Adanns, Jane Phillips, Joe Mendive, Carl Davis, Ed Tennpinski, Shernnan Tresca, Devon Steinwinder. Row 2: Morris Freiburg, John Doe, Al Wheeler, Peter Young, Bob Van Horn, Peter Vardi, Don Crowell, Mike Gallagher, Ed Gast, Kerry Von Guilder. Row 3: Jinn Strait, Ed Boroch, Don Murray, Dave Mort, Roscoe Combs, Jim Miller, Darrell Lemaire, Mike Evasovich, Dove hHond, Prof. Smythe, Joe Alcorn, Prof. Nelson. Row 4: Dr. LIntz, Claud hiammond, Jim Skinner, Dole Crest, Prof. Winston, Prof. Kirsten, Dick Perry, Prof. Larson. 127 JS . Muscle developers, ihey . . . and they manu- factured chrysanthemums for the student union this fall . . . that ' s a good trick . . . they can herd the crowds at the football gomes . . . even in a tight skirt . . . Tucson called at con-; vention time . . . that was a jump from the deep freeze to the hot box . . . busy Ev Nelson took charge . . . Miss Russell held the whip . . . a swell bunch of gals . . . they are not the ones you see on Row I : Francine Luwe, Marge Titus, Ev Nelson, Betty Ihfe. Row 2: Nancy Terrell, Dixie Kllbume, Phyllis Boyer, Helen Meader, Charlyne Olsen, Dorothy Hill, Leah Gregory, Rosy Strachwitz, Marilyn Friedrlch, Barbara Erb. Row 3: Dixie Sturges, Josie Aufdemaur, Delores DePhllllps, Loene Tlppin, Roberta Knoble, Annette Dickson. Prexy and Advisors get a little sun. Here ' s where the girls run wild . . . after baseballs, of course . . . swing a tennis racket or a baseball bat . . . clobber your guard with a basketball . . . skin your knuckles on a volleyball . . . pick a badminton bird out of your ey e,,. . . and see who has the big- gest bruises latefV J this is fun? . . . conventions and playdays occur often... fall and spring spa- ghetti feeds are actually delicious . . . Barbara Gregory wields the gavel and the bond-aids. Gothic N is the graduation from WRA . . . these lucky gals get free passes to athletic functions after they graduate . . . that ' s something even the football team would aspire to . . . sorry, fellas, you goofed. v.iy ' SkmX S «S i Leah Gregory and President Marie Nielsen — the lucky ones with the ..» passes. Those on the WRA board are: Row I: Betty Muniey, Eileen Yrueta, Marge Titus, Lois Fitzgibbons. Row 2: Leah Gregory, Lorraine Meunier, Chorlyne Olsen, Dorothy Hill, Marsha Towner. p feJ,i)oJair The only club on campus with a real live debtor! . . . SDX owes thenn $ 1 6.82 . . . expensive refreshments, eh? . . . when they go after a speaker, they start at the top . . . President Stout and Cliff Young were under fire . . . interviews are the thing . . . and good practice, too . . . and their Christmas party . . . ooh, la la! . . . even Santa, comes out . . . their spring picnic is a ball, too . . . the news lab crew turns out-in full force ... led by our noble editor, Marie Nielsen . . . they are a blase gong . . . indifferent references to " Jon " and " Higgy " . . . some profs would flunk for less. Paul Finch Rosemary Glrolamj- A. L. Higginbotharl Keiste Janulis Hazel Johnson Nancy Johnson Rollan Melton Marie Nielsen Art Peterson Karen Phillips Donald Roland Romaine Roth Ted Scott Dave Traitel Janet Van Valey Educatorsi t cJ L- m e year old this spring . . . just like Topsy, it just growed . . . their program includes guest speakers, radio and TV . . . they hold teas . . . where they can discuss practical teaching . . . should soon iDe one of the biggest groups on campus . . . they ' ll soon be representing a college of education . . . able Andree Anchartn kdpt the ball rolling . . . please raise your hand before you leave the room, children. Stop playing with that doll, Batch, and start teaching! o " uhk. ack4 i (ljin.e cca Row I: Joanne Seaberry, Janice Palludan, Barbara Dooley, Morvella Chandler, Barbara Jackson, Peggy Jackson. Row 2: Simmie Cooper, Helen Argeres, Mary Moore, Barbara Von Meter, Foye Fotos. Row 3: Yvonne Dubbins, Janet Von Valey, Sandra Byers, Gail Samuels. Row 4: Vince Mahoney, David Pratt, Dr. Newbry, Jim Butler, Roy Chandler, Orrin Bachelor. 131 km. ' IaS i Don ' t worry, Ray, it won ' t bite. The test tube and beaker crew . . . fire burn and I cauldron bubble . . . this can get downright dan- gerous . . . but the roof has remained . . . the most violent experiments are confined to the basement . . . and sometimes there is unnnistakable evi- dence of a distasteful mixture ; then the long- suffering physics department gasps for help... on gas masks . . . quick, Henry, the Airwick! . . . CO2 — hl2S04 CaC02 — just watch your language, kiddo . . . you could get into trouble just stating the time of day out loud . . . Bruce Hicks conducted . . . they could show Betty Crocker how It ' s done. Row I: Ed Dolan, Fronclne Mannix, Sue Thornberry, Margaret Jones, Doreen Spiller, Hugh Wilson. Row 2: Ed Davis, Richard Schelin, Horry Pacini, Morv Abroms, Bruce Hicks, Roy Pastorino. Row 3: Forrell Lytle, Lynn Bowler, Cloir Earl, Leonard Sperling, Roy Forrori, Pot Norton, Fritz Hertlein. Row 4: Rod Folk, R. J. Morris, J. E. Moose, H. J. Seim, M. E. Denning, L. R. Williams. 32 Row I : Mrs. Belle Drew Barbara Humphreys Jean Paulson Joan Sawie Josie Aufdennaur Thelma Honeychurch Sophia Carrillo Billie Poison Pat Spurlock js Mrs. James Naismith Row 2: Carlo Cox Janet Etchegon Jeanefte Fletcher Barbara Harris Manetta Bleak Dorothy Kine Sue Thornberry Kay Eaton Shirley Armstrong Celeste McAdoms Row 3: Margot Hoagiond Pat Terry Joan Giffin Shari Reynolds Nancy Terrell Cynthia Slater Penny MacNeil ' Row I : Mrs. Belle Drew Barbara Dooley Gail Sullivan Wanda Armstrong Jessica Bishop Sharon Long Sandra Byers Mrs. James Naismith Row 2: Chris Povlokis Dolly Montgomery Judith Bath Clara Tompkins Clara Isola Margaret Orr Lorrayne Wright Ann Hyland Mimi Mildred Row 3: Molly Brown Louise Davis Rhea Leavitt Annie Lee Condie Mary Ann Mears 133 cok oM new plumbing . . . and new paint... open house to show off . . . took o long time to get but it was worth it . . . accord- ing to: Row I : Jim Schenck Robert O ' Berg Lawrence Bian ' ucci John Moyeroff Melvin DeLong Lee McSarva Farrel Lytle Dick Brown Row 2: Bob Wright Roger Glanzman Tom Jayo Ernest Fuller hHenry Rilling Ed Wessel Ed Dolan Dave Pratt Bob Devlin Row 3: John Nugent Earle hHolly Frank Kendricks Art Peterson Dole Burt Robert Borrett Warren Shelton Art Cloyson Left: Row I : Knute Pennington Lance Dobson Gardner Smith Ray Sorenson Row 2: Charles Booth Bill Dunhom Dennis Smith Don Odell Sherman Tresco hHawke Williams Row 3: Richard Wilcox Keith Stever Jim Carlson Warren Young Don Travis Bob Adams Row 4: Ron Schoenholzer George Wilkinson j Bob Brown Stanley Draper Leo Moclas Ed Pesout Right: The fellows ; kept the hall going Row I : Chorles Booth hHowke Williams Row 2: Knute Pennington Leon Potter Dave Pratt Row 3: Sherman Tresco Jim Carlson Tom Bollow 134 NORTH WING Row I : Terry Katzer Leonard Harrison (Mayor of the Hal Roland Ginzburg John Morkus Jim Evans Row 2: Jim Lusk John Middlebrook Robert Stimmel Roy Fujlta Jack Scott SOUTH WING Row I : Chad Combs Donald Roland Norman Wood John FazzI Rod Adams Walter Headrick Row 2: Jim Herrick Eugene Grows Byron March Paul Clawson Oliver Warren William Colbert m (2 dj( Senior Orchesis in- cluded Ev Nelson, Lillis Hatch, and Betty Ihfe. Q jfckM Hope the food was good. Moderns in every sense of the word . . . stretched muscles and aching joints . . . but it ' s fo r the sake of culture . . . and they even enjoy it . . . they can ignore the rather pointed rennarks about the liotards . . . spontaneous expression in rhythnn . . . grace and mimicry combined . . . some of these gals really get it down pat . . . artistic Nancy Howell planned many dances for them . . . they let down their hair and lent a comic note to the Wolves ' Frolic . . . they also starred in the physical education show in the spring. JUNIOR ORCHESIS Row I : Pat Spuriock Sally Higginbotham Row 2: Diane Spina Joanne Ortiz Row 3: Sheila Taylor Shirley McKelvey xV iw-ie 136 You should see ' fheVe little girls maneuver all that horseflesh . . . this year they set a precedent . . . horses in the hlomecoming Parade . . . they also performed a square dance — on horseback, of course — for the Aggies . . . fresh air fiends . . . every spring and fall you can find them on the back roads . . . in the daytime, that is .•. . they kick up quite a dust ... or the horses do . . . Rosy Strachwitz is their prexy and can really cowboy . . . the suntans that bloom in the spring, tra la. , , , ,„,,,. These gorgeous creatures (those on top, that Is) are Joyce Lindsey, Janice Brown, Ann Cunningham, Georglo Myers, Lois DeRuchia, and Faith Davis. addlt fi ff-I Row I: Pot Davis, Morvella Chandler, Karen Phillips, M ortho Fee. Row 2: Georgia Meyers, Rosy Strochwitz, Carol Tollefson, Ann Cunningham, Lois DeRuchia, Eileen Beardoll, Joanne V est. Row 3: Goil Altenburg, Syd Chapman, Janet Quillcl, Lorraine Meunler, Mary Jane Zunino, Lucille Nelson. 137 Row I: Chuck Harrison, Dave Ryan, Sallie Rogers, Elinor Long, Shirley Flagg, Janice Chiatovich, Barbara Peterson, Jooni hloag, Joan Griffin, Syd Chapman, Nancy Hewins, Marge Andrews, Marilyn Klufton, Janet Von Valey. Row 2: Pot Bolond, Mary Ann Meors, Ann Cunningham, Dick Thomas, Gail Altenburg, Shirley McKeIvy, Annette Dickson, Diana Collins, Gloria hlones, Jim Botsford, Lena Quilici, Vivienne Potter, Carol McGilvray. Row_3: Jim Anderson, Dick Morrill, Georgia Myers, Shirley Allen, Ann hJyIand, Helen Meder, Pat Tompkins, Lorraine Meunier, Helen Argeres, Pete Narvaez, Tom Gorot, Mary Jane Zunino, Phyllis Crowder, Ruth Goiser, Martha Lemmon. Row 4: Jim Dunseath, George Pettersen, Walt Mclntyre, Ed Mouw, Bill Mottern, Lee Holland, Gordon Foote, Bob Jepsen, Buster Sewell, Ann Boero, Morvella Chandler, Bill Sprow, Ted Honeywell, Lee Sorota, Col Mead, Charles Christner. iM] M The biggest mob on the hill . . . and one of the best organized . . . they get rotes on the lifts . . . that in Itself is sufficient . . . and they ore the biggest sponsors of Ski Carnival . . . that is, they do all the work behind it . . . work and fun together . . . those crutches ore not just for effect . . . they ' re for real, kiddies ... a full crop of them Is harvested every winter . . . this is sport? . . . sunburned Dave Ryan is president . . . have you ever noticed how those afternoon classes seem to diminish when the snow comes? . terrific coincidence, ain ' t it? Favorite Hangout. 38 Rea3 . afm " . ' . fire . . . and with that they came in seventh in the regional conference ... an un- applauded group who do a lot for the school . . . try your luck at shooting a Thanksgiving turkey . . . say, who ever takes that bird honne? . . . girls are welcome too . . . Charles Taylor leads . . . special Instruction for the members . . . Hand me mah shootin ' irons, maw . . . oh ' ll bring home the bacon tonight. ■ i ' -tii ' ' Top: Dick Mills and John Middlebrook take lessons from Sgt. Cantrell. Left: Charles Taylor, Jerry Morkowski, Terry Kotzer — The Big Wheels. Row I: Gary Trewhitt, Nolan Lowe, Larry Dawson, Dove Mort. Row 2: Leonard Sperling, Jannes Lusk, Greg McClure, John Middlebrook. Row 3: Copt. McNoir, Dick Mills, Terry Kotzer, Jerry Morkowski, Charles Taylor, Sgt. Cantrell. 139 pof-Ml?M u White spats ' . ' . . white hats . . • wliite scarves precision drilling . . . keep that line stralgh- . . . there ' s a gun in your back, son . . . they make a good showing In parades, so it pays off . . Helldorado, here they come . . . the creme de k creme of the ROTC . . . left . . . right . . . hup . hup . . . hupping the most was energetic Milt Shar|: . . . hup . . . hup . . . they are always the honoj guard . . . keep hupping, boys, pretty soon you " be getting paid for It. The big brass. Row: I: Richard Thompson, Dino Martini, Bob Hanson, Lawrence Dawson, Nolan Lowe Orlo Johnson, John Hawkins, Richard Hernnan, Robert Lerude. Row 2: George Woodward, Burton Miller, Gerold Hunt, Ted Contri, Richard Lamson Don Schuiz, Tom Ogg, Don Nelson, Pot Norton. Row 3: Gory Hafen, Marvin Rubin, Richard Henry, Jarnes Close, John Pierry, Richarc MiolinI, Bob Scott, Everett Witt, Ken AusUn, George Morris, George Schindler. ' .if " •■ WT si atmmrx. 40 I We have fun too These are Nevada ' s red-blooded men ... at least we think so . . . but they have to prove it at initia- tion , . . break out the swim fins, boys . . , they hove worked up to two initiations a year ... oh, brother! . . . did you go to the Levi formal? . . . that ' s a typical man ' s idea of a good idea . . . they meet at you-know-where every Friday nite , . . not asso- ciated with the TGIF club . . . but sympathetic . . . they practice for weekends all week long . . . Vince Loveago presides . . . what ' s the record, boys? mdoomM Paul Argeres Bill Brown Hank Clark John Flangas Jim Brooke Doug Byington Robert Cooper Gordon Foote Mel Guerrero Duane Moore Elwood Haggerty Robert Potter Homer Haines Leo Quilici 141 Vinca Laveaga Otto Schuiz Tom Magee Coe Swobe Jim Miller Don Wllkerson I The bees they are such busy souls . . . just look behind those programs at games . . . only twenty -five cents, buddy . . . they are also the comely ticket takers . . . you don ' t even mind handing it over . . . they also show you where to sit and where not to sit . . . for some people you have to demon- strate . . . big event is the spring steak fry . . . headed this year by Annette Coprio . . . those late afternoon meet- ings can ' t seem to attract all the members .. .hand out memos, Annette. Ushers at Wolves ' Frolic. My aching feet! Andree Anchort Joan Bloke Annette Coprio Morvella Chandler Borbaro Darroh Nornno Etchegoyen Shirley Flogg Rosemary Giroionno Leah Gregory ' i Teresa Herrera Nancy Howell Joan Love Florence Lyons Jackie McGowon Joey Menu Beverly Morris Betty Munley Ev Nelson Marie Nielsen Jeanne Paulson Sollie Rogers Barbara Von Meter Nancy West Mary Jane Zunino 142 Head service men. f i ?? Youth ' s answe r to the Blue Key . . . here ' s where enterprising young men con work their way up . . . they help the harried WUS chairman . . . performing some of the more distasteful chores ... by the way, this club is for men only . . . could you call that unfair discrimination? . . . they scrounge up the wood for the Homecom- ing bonfire . . . that was the biggest, hottest blaze anybody ever fell into . . . what a way to keep your popcorn hot. Ed Aimone Dennis Burge Gary Hafen Bill Marsh Richard MIolini Arthur Montrose Dick Morrill i. 143 The campus altruists . . . they are the gals who actually do things to help others ond don ' t just talk about the possibilities . . . and they manage to hove fun doing it . . . friendly Joey Menu leads them . . . the Y is always open to anyone with a problem . . . Marian LaRivers can dish out advice or just conver- sation, OS you like it . . . they back WUS . . . step right up, ladles and gents, tell ya what I ' m gonna do . . . they also help out the Red Cross, the March of Dimes, etc. . . . aw, come on, they only want one pint of blood at a time! . . . their conferences at Asilomar each Christmas are really something . . . you can meet more new men this way. " Y " Cabinet included: Row I: Joey Menu, Bev Hug, Pat Davis. Row 2: Martha Fee, Shirley Allen, Ann Cunningham, Solly Higginbotham, Inez Sorosua, Diane Buckmon. wm Row I: Shirley Al len, Sally Higginbotham, Bev Hug. Rov 2: Martha Fee, Pot Davis, Ann Cunningham, Joey Menu, Diane Buckmon, Lola Honey, Denise Dwyer. Row 3: La Verne Eikelberger, Inez Sorosua, Pom Waymon, Carol Tollefson, Pot Bolond, Morion Lo Rivers, Betty Munley. 144 Giles Altenburg Orrin Bachelor Ed Baroch Doug Bylngton Hank Clark Jim Costa Roy Ferrari Gordon Foote Elbert Gardner Tom Grice Mel Guerrero Elwood Haggerty p. Service on a national basis . . . they even went so far as to hove monogrammed stationery . . . this is only for uppercloss- men . . . that mokes it something to work for . . . they help the frosh get acquainted ...with each other... with the campus... and, of course, with the gir4€ -r» - yaa-caii-,, meet more interesting people on their yearly campus trek . . . they also sponsor a dance right after registration , . . this creates better relations, too . . . members chosen for their leadership ability . . i rui-ed in 1954 by personable Pot Myers. M. ' i er- Olaf Leifson Jim Miller Joe Moose Pat Meyers George Schindler Otto Schuiz Milt Sharp Bob Winkle 45 Ann Atkinson llene Boffinger John Darling Buddy Fujii Nancy Hartke Ned Johnson Medicine men . . . and there ' s the pun about the witch doctor who doctors sick witches . . . ugh . . . these are our future bone cutters and tooth extrac- tors . . . and they even enjoy it! . . .It takes brains(?) and hard work to get in here . . . the horizontal vertebrae wasn ' t bad . . . but oh, that meddulla oblongata! . . . pardon my Latin . . . Pat Norman is head croaker. This is the clan with the dissecting tools . . . just so they don ' t get their specimens confused with their lunch . . . now that might get real interest- ing . . . the maroon sign with the big yellow spot is the signal . . . careful, kids, or you ' ll be Investigated . . . Jollne McCarthy tacks ' em up twice a month . . , this one requires grades, too . . . oh, well, you can ' t have everything. Rex Larson Joline McCarthy Roger Pettenger Warren Sandow Norman Wood jHf. These people are in a class by themselves . . . thank heavens they ' re not in my classes! . . . this is the top ten per cent, chosen for high scholar- ship and sound character . . . they are greeted with groans from their classmates . . . some of them are quite a challenge to their profs . . . they are scorned and called DAR ' s by their fellow students . . . but oh, how the worm turns during final week . . . ol ' buddy, ol ' pal . . . they have already received the highest scholastic award that the university can make, but let ' s give ' em a big hand anyway. Barbara Van Meter 147 1: V 3 .« President Mike Gallagher and Vice President Ernie Andregg take it easy. Row I : Mike Gallagher, Charles Bell, Carl Davis, Ha Row 2: Joke Carpenter, Williann Maher, Jim Skinner, Row 3: Stanley Palmer, Milt Sharp, Ken Austin, Ron ston, Claude hiammond, Robert Stephens, Howard This is the cream of the engineering crop ... It takes many, many hours of study to enter here . . , just ask Mike Gallagher, the head slide-rule toter . . . even faculty members get In here . . . they have to read the little master- pieces these boys think up ... so they must all be tops In their fields . . . nothing to sneeze at, anyway . . . even if you felt like sneezing . . . engineering Is a snap course . . . that ' s why It often takes five years . . . just take a gander at those requirements . . . hats off to you, fellas. ns Mohr, Jim Carlson, I. J. Sondorf, William Smyth. Ernie Andregg, Paul Fox. Lemmon, George Maclean, Everett Harri s, John Win- Blodgett. Sue Casey Sandra Mitts Rosemary Girolamo Marie Nielsen Gernnaine Polakalis Joan Love Carol Normandy Romaine Roth Carol Matthiessen Karen Phillips Pot Samon Joanne Menu Blanche PIcchi Barbara Van Meter The pen is mightier than the sword . . . they took up arms against national this year . . . curious about what hap- pens to the dues . . . these chicks take writing seriously ... if you have a 2.7 average in English you ' re welcome... they sponsor a poetry and short story contest for the high schools ... a good way to round up potential members . . . meetings were sporadic, but ef- ficient . . . busy Barbara Van Meter was the leader . . . now reorganized, they ' re set for next year. Karen Phillips, Romaine Roth and Mavon Elldridge are top writers. 149 The first half of " Coffin and Keys " Giles Altenburg Paul Argeres Orrln Bachelor u ifV ' . -f i! Joe Moose W f V ' ' W- ' Doug Bylngton Jim Costa V7 Burt Munson " J Otto Schul mr) The cloak-and-dagger Doys . ' . . skull and cross- bones, Inc . . . nothing personal, fellas . . . members chosen for their " arrival " on campus ' . . . some of them just dropped in . . . their initiation is a must . . . wan smiles from profs when that bond is on the march . . . remember the Battle of the Golden Girdle? . . . and the trip to Denmark? . . . there ' s one born every !jfiinU e . . they quieted down to meet with the press club and the president . . . smiling Burt Munson was chief coffin . . . see you in_J49n zanita Lake. IBJ Sam Dibltonto Robin Jackson Milt Sharp Bob Winkle I 150 ] QpAlot-o(i The top senior girls . . . some as Mortar Board on other campuses . . . just be presi- dent of some organization and have an over-all 2.7 average . . . sounds simple, doesn ' t It? . . . well, doesn ' t it? . . . they have dinner at the nicest places . . . It ' s the Wagon Wheel next ... all honors go to Dr. James Church, founder . . . also to Dean Mobley, sponsor , . . Dr. Church Is J; revered by all campus groups . . . but this - one is special . . . It ' s his baby . . . Andree Anchort presides . . . their project: to raise money for the student union . . . this Is the last honor for three years of work. Everyone enjoys the banquet, pass the bicarb. Andree Anchart Dorothy Bel Norma Etchegoyen Rosennary Glrolanno Leah Gregory Joan Love Joey Menu Marie Nielsen Carol Normandy Barbara Van Meter Nancy West 151 Senator, I ' m glad you asked me that! . . . aspiring presidents and governors ■ here . . . well, maybe a few barristers and solici- tors . . . this is another brain society ... all you need is a B average in thirteen hours of history and political science . . . that ' s all . . . but anybody is eligible to try, they say . . . the spring initiation is their big shindig . . . with food, yet . . Phi Rayner Kjeldsen directs . . that brains, too, con have fun get national recognition . . . Cleopatra too? Where ' s Cleopatra? Phi Kappa . so you see , . . and they all this and Joan Blake Jim Brooke Jim Butler Deane Cofferato Annette Coprio Ray Chandler Norma Etchegoyen Leah Gregory Anne King Rayner Kjeldsen Diane Lewers Joan Love Florence Lyons Marcio Malcolm Barbara Van Meter Corinne Vieta 152 The glamour boys o f the journalism dept . . . and they ore rated seventh nationally . . . they raise standards . . . uphold the free- dom of the press . . . and just preserve the constitution In general . . . VIP ' s qt their din- ner meetings . . . never mind, just pass the fried chicken . . . smiling Pete Peterson took charge . . . their little brainstorm is the Alumnus . . . they do a lot of behind-the- scenes work, too... and then they have their eternal project, the scrapbook ... let us lay- men see it sometime, fellas. We really worked hard to put out the " Alumnus. Bill Eaton A. L. Higginbotham Keiste Janulis Rollon Melton Art Peterson Dave Traitel Initiates Ron EInstoss Paul Finch Donald Roland Ted Scott 53 The big guns of ' Scabbard and Blade. Lll)i(lM h(k . ■ C4 ' ' ' i f. ' ' ' ' ' r ' : . ' r r. What these boys have to look forward to after graduation! . . . they ' ll be honest-to-gosh second looies . . . these are the sharpies of the military dept . . . they provide one of the big events of the year . . . the Military Ball . . . they carefully chose their comely queen . . . displaying rather nice taste . . .blades leave the scabbard only at this time . . . commanded this year by Dick Wiseman . . . gentlemen, we salute you! Giles Altenburg Jim Miller Jack Cherry Pat Norton Sam Dibitonto George Schindler Capt. Frye Milt Sharp Elbert Gardner Richard Wiseman 54 5 r The boys ' answer to the PEM ' S . . . th4se guys lug those blue and silver banners . . . they invaded the basketball courts . . . they dennolished the football fields . . . they charged into the boxing rings . . . they schussed down icy slopes . . . br-r-r . . . they mowed down targets . . . nothing is safe fronn them ... to the hills, men . . . facing a 240-pound tackle must be somewhat disconcerting . . Lj Giles Alten- burg headed these hairy-chested mien . . . they whip the quivering frosh up to point the N . . . and are carried dowFV_- . . have you lettered lately? Giles Al+enburg Orrin Bachelor Charles Bell Bill Bulkeley Doug Byington Jake Carpenter Bill Cooper Ron Einstoss k iruce Fabbi Boyce Ford Bill Griggs Elwood Hoggerty Don Jones Bob Jones i ' Joe Leal Mike Leslie lerry Longero ierry Mann Rollon Melton Duone Moore C7ail Munk - " at Myers oy Pastorino -60 Quilici jMlan Ramsey i eorge Schindler oyne Seacrist (en Server v ilt Sharp Horry Summerfield .eolon Watts iob Wilcox 55 ■V . i . ' w« 0 - »:Ar.: ' - ' V ,.- lV i Mum. 2 All the gang joins In . . . just call us Mutt ' n ' Jeff 158 HI, there . . . who are you? . . . bought your tog yet? . . . sure, I wouldn ' t miss a thing . . . even rode on the hiello Express already . . . wow! , . . let ' s hurry over to that assennbly ... I hear it ' s Tucker and Romero . . . ought to be good . . .there ' s another slogan on the side- walk ... be careful, it looks kinda wet to me . . . going to the dance? . . . well, come on, let ' s go . . . gee, this is swell . . . heard they lost the Express . . . found it downtown . . . found the drivers, too . . . some party . . . this is terrific music . . . let ' s dance, huh? That ' s the spirit, girls! y-MiM ' iiiiinnH ' i m ■ ' ••■il ■ " V m ' « 1 1 i ' f Let ' s think this over. Looks like somebody said hello. I954 ' s Mr. hiello and Miss H — Lynn Johnson and Frances Belford. 59 " WuMoif-fd :jm m A zippy snake dance opens a wild football season. Final resting place of dinks, ribbons, and bibles — yippee! NEVADA . . . NEVADA . . . NEVADA . . . Bev, Bill and Carol whip up some school spirit. Crowds of the Homecoming game . . . mingling Sagens selling programs and the PEM ' s " mums. " w 60 WfHdMM bsT ' - sfer, le hsL Per. esponsible for the big frosh turn-out are Burnie nomoson, Audrey Bernard, Frances McFarlane, orriet Ish, and manager Mike Sullivan. Look at ' em work ... Old Peovine will never be the some. p 4 " rv Karen Wayman . . . Homecoming Sweetheart fl " Lovely Bev Ricketts, Chris Wiley, Carole PIozzo, and Barbara Moore . . . the queen ' s court. Tri Delt ' s connect for first place for best sorority float 0ree ;V ° " Don ' t you think that I have friends of my own " brought down the house and a gold cup for Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . , Winning the hearts of the judges with their clever observations about college men, Pi Phi took honors for sorority skit . . . 63 Nancy Howell accepts the trophy for the winning skit from Queen Karen pens who nearly stole the show with their precision routines . . . below them the Thetos issue a coll for a Student Union building . . . cop Rollon just wants the facts, ma ' am, from Steve Stewart, gracious housemother caught in the Theta Chi panty raid . . . torch singer Pat Melarkey sang real — well, torchy . . . your friend and mine . . . the Spanish dancers brought the house down with their hat dance . . . ouch, my Fedora! . . . she slipped . . . viewing 3D movies can be dangerous as well as delightful, as demonstrated by the Gamma Phi ' s. I An innovation, the bean feed starts the football rally. V oW ° 0eoe A perennial favorite, the kick chorus . . . but they suffer for their art. 64 mm -w mSmZ r el ■4ft Isriiii ' j 1) ( ' . vi. • ' tl HPii Jr " ■ R 2 flV Ti - " V- fm ' i i ,|i « fiM . ' i r — al-C- ■CK ' ' " , ' " ■ ' - ' i B V - x.. ' - ,4r ' M ■ ' " ■ ' 0 - r- ' ? ' ' ' - y " C ' ' 1 y - svv ' ' ! " ■ " " •-■■tH ' rv ;=: ' 0 ■ ■ " ■i- - i ' i ' BI W -- X- ' " v ' rf dM y " , -s . :■ . • . 1 " ' ' w -- ' ■ — rr; ■ ■ - V-, . JHI T- ,;i " i ° ■ - 1 L .JM to M ib« ,...,»! _■■■ - " I Lorraine as Studious Sol was just one of the old grads as the Tri Delts gave out with " Good News. " .. O V® ,s f " o ' IN Work? . . . just ask the commit- tee who planned the affair . . . John Harris, Sam Dibitonto, Eileen Yrueta, Jim Costa, chair- man, Diane Buckman, Joey Menu, Annette Coprio, with Mickey Richards and Otto Schulz. in the background. The Taus dig In. Willie the Wolf shovels his way up the street for Lambda Chi Alpha. Theta toasts the new student union with a man-sized bottle of Mumm ' s. Homecoming time flies for the Gamma Phi ' s. Three-mile parade . . . wind- ing through the city streets . . . the last of on Indian summer . . . blaring bands . . . colorful floats ... an eager crowd ... all the thrill and excitement of a collegiate football gome . . . this is a Homecoming to be remembered. ;fjB5TTfl5TUBfcl(TMil«j Phi Sig gives a big push for a bigger and better student union. Theta Chi ' s headlines could be seen for blocks. SAE hits a jackpot every time. 167 n ' A, " - Smiling benevolenfly was the huge Christmas angel who attracted lots of attention . . . Vieing for Moonlight Queen of Phi Sigma over the holidays were Sallle Rogers, Marilyn Klufton, Margaret Stodiek, Bev Ricketts and Nadine Coleman, the queen . . . Ushering in the Christmas season was the beautiful " Messiah " . . . Typifying the holiday mood is Santa and her little orphan friend . . . Now if I do just what the book soys I still probably won ' t get the right answer . . . It really can ' t be in this book, can it? Some even study in their rooms, especially newly remodeled Lincoln Hail rooms, while others prefer the sunny library . . . 69 Saying hello to the choperones came first . . . No wonder Ron won he was taking ballots Prom Time . . . magic words . . . mardi gras . . . floating at the River- side . . . balloons . . . confetti . . . fun . . . Poggy Jackson, Ray Pasto- rino, Dove Traitel, Sallie Rogers, Bob Thomasen, John Volone, the king and queen, Bob Cooper, Rhea Leovitt, Jim Carlson and Nancy Howell . . . all kings and queens . . . one of the big events of the year . . . Clair Earl . , . the big idea man . . . with class committee . . . Time to go home . Oh, I think we should trade a dance too . . . 70 Prom Royalty ... King Ron Munk and Queen Shirley McKelvy... 71 Mistress of ceremonies Mitzi Goynor, Queen Beth Pendleton from Denver Uni- virsity and chairmen Otto Schuiz yak it up. Nevoda ' s welcoming committee . . . sponsored by the teams . . . Syd Chap- t man, Jan Chiatovich, Dodie Black and Marilyn Klufton. . . . Oh, you livin ' doll! tMMkci4i Another Biggest and Best . . . even sponsored by NCAA ... a riot ... of color, dancing, and ski- ing . . . new faces . . . and beat-up old ones . . . nothing like it . . . crushed thumbs, cut fingers, and glisties in your hair ... so roman- tic .. . it ' s all in the game. Lambda Chi tries 3-D. The same old SAE ' s. The Phi Sig Bone Clinic took the prize on a litter. The Pi Phi carousel rolled away with the cup. Need we say more? Theta Chi traces Ski Carnival history. The Sigma Nu ' s exotic entry, featuring shapely silhouettes. 173 Marvin Crawford from Den- ver nervously accepts the award as the outstanding skier of the 1954 Winter Carniva My gosh (pant), where ' s the top of this thing? The bond braves frozen valves and stiff fingers. " Our Gal Solly Green " song the ski team . , . but who ' hoppen to the school song? Pat, Mitzi, and Otto dressed in stunning smiles. Paul Argeres, Jerry Mann, Marvella Chandler, Burt Munson and chairman Otto Schuiz did the legwork for this grand occasion. ' . ' ■ • ' ' . , : sH ; i ' • ' -■ ' :;•■. ; i 75 Ten-shun! Ah, Daisy, you look stunning tonight. Some weird characters get shipwrecked! Above, smile, Bessie! College Is a variety of things ■■■and ff; enf It means dishing It out Ilk H .: 4 ; ■ 1| rm i i„ ' ' % - IS % 1 Hf " " ' - ' H , ' - 177 D oing the planning were chairman Bev h ug, Rose Saponaro, Roy Whitacre, Bev Griggs, and Jerry Mann . . . Even the snowstornns didn ' t keep them from coming . . . ' t .--- rj w c ii " Ringing the TrI Delt prize Another PI Phi goes down 178 The joys of being an SAE plefoce . . No wonder the sponge never hit with a grimace like this . . . Twooong . . . and the Sigma Nu ' s garnered the most loot with their target practice . . . Face painting on balloons is a good trick if you con do it . . . World University Service . . . now an annual affair . . . YWCA sponsors it . . . $450 to others . . . Afghanistan? . . . Morocco? . . . China? . . . Finland? ... or Latin America . . . makes no difference where it goes . . . It ' s needed . . . high schools help . . . state tour- nament at same time . . . games . . . dancing . . . shoes shined . . . food . . . what more can you ask for a night of fun . . . Regional secretary Richard Thomas explains use of funds . . . Guests of the Biology club wen t fishi ng And it ' s a hole-In-one for Newman club . . . 179 Fulbrlght scholar Andy Anchort duos as a shoeshiner for Cap and Scroll . . . o nd z5fe Biggest and best this year . . . more entrants connpeting for more cash . . ..sponsored by the university ' s Aggie club . . . won the admiration of every hardbitten Nevada rancher ... a lot of lovely horseflesh around here . . . watch your step, everyone. vO 6 - ' ' ' aV ' o - V ' ■J Above, Queen Pat Deaton, Tri-Delt freshman from Reno . . . chosen for skill, beauty, and personality . . . below, part of the crowd shoots the breeze and watches judging. ss Above, Queenie and her attractive attendants, Shari Rey- nolds, Sue hHumphreys, Delores Costello, Eileen Beordall . . . below, standing, Frank Stewart, taking charge as assistant manager; Rex Cleary, busy manoger, responsible for the whole shebang; seated. Bob Genasci mode sure that all entrants knew the procedure; Nelll West procured stalls for all the live- stock; Gail Munk sow to it that everyone had something to drink . . . and eat. Jidi T u ojS i y eat Just a sample of the fine harness class beinq exhibited before the admiring crowds . . . below, winner Betty Moore shows the qualities of her champion, Red Boy, In the cutting-horse class. Above, two riders waiting to show their stuff . . . right, the beginning of the trail horse competition .. .follow me, boys. %, Left, manager Rex Cleary squints Into the sun as, right, judges Harry Russeli, hlorry Drackert, Bob Gilbert display coveted winners ' bons. ' ,« »! . ' W 2 V r • •••■■ .•■ ' «- J Queen Eileen Yrueta . . . left . . . Runners-up Nancy Hartke, Shirley Flagg, Barbara Rohlfing, and Jeanne Paulson . . , Tri Delta won with Nursery Rhyme Fan- tasy . . . SAE and the hiighland Fling also won . . . M mittee . . . Faye Nadine Coleman, Leo Quilici Sally McKissIck, Bob Cooper, Chairman Coe Swobe, Lillis Hatch, Ev Nelson, Mary Jane Zunino, Carole McGilvroy, Charlie Christner, hHomer hloines, Bev hlug, Jim Carlson . . . below, the Tous and their version of Napoli . . . Theta Chi goes Wanderin ' . . . VRmIII HB ' ' l Hi _p.i , , r f M m! • R W J Vi Pj ' f •i- ' ' R n 183 Sigma Rho Delta entertained with hits from Broadway . . . Warren Younq hit too ... Sin soy the Gamma Phi ' s . . . the Lambda Chis are protected from Stormy Weather . . . eeeahhh el rancho gronde . . . Let ' s go with the Pi Phi ' s South of the Border . . . Nevada, Nevada, Nevada echoed the Phi Sigs . . Even snow didn ' t stop the lake swimmers helped the skiing across the stadium . . . . in fact it -■ ■.■flfc- ■ 4 W»3 ' ' ' Snow . . . the first of May ... it soon melted . . . some didn ' t even see it . . . only the walls of the Wol . . . the big spring fling . . . really officially Mackoy Day now . . . $100,000 to be given for o nursing school . . . whdn needed . . . exhibits won by journollsm and chemistry depts. . . . Leo Quillcl the black one won . . . Jake Longero . . . red . . . Walt Wiseman . . . best trimmed . . . amen, soy the girls . . . Statues in the PE show . . . gymnastics . . . skiing Roman Gladiators . . . Destruction of the earth . . . by orchesis . . . figuratively only . . . dance on dimen- sions . . . really square . . . 85 William Miller ... di- rector ... all that the name Implies . . . fMi 1 604- llkt Strange but effective . , . the plays sans props . . . sans memorization . . . sans lighting . . . sans actors ...?... " Ah Wilderness " an experiment . . . thespians are a busy group . . . need more to fill out the ranks ... a few seem to do every- thing ... as usual . . . night of one-act plays was memorable . . . Shakespeare and everything ... a wonderful opportunity to live another life ... if you ' re bored with your own . . . these kids aren ' t . . . Pygmalion In one of its finer moments Ironing out the wrinkles in a new play takes time . . . cigarettes . . . script . . . and Miller ' s lokes QM eSd b " " " ' y exhibits took part in five 60% win average A nniniature art gallery . . . housed in skunk hollow . . . variety of the best paintings in America ... in a temporary classroom . . . didn ' t dim the enthusiasm . . . ceramics . . . photographs lithographs . . . oils . . . water colors . . . the original 3D . . . Debate major tournaments . . . over 100 debates . . . met 27 different teams ... 50 rounds of ex- temporaneous speak- ing . . . gadabouts to . . . Montana second place . . . Arizona . . . Stockton . . . brought a lot of credit to the school . . . pro or con . . . they have the answers . . . Rayner Kjeldsen and Steve Stewart . . . Bev Hug and Sue Casey . . . champions . . . 187 =-l) ■ ■ II , - - The story of o dote from the " will yuh? " . . . la de doh de dah . . . yes, he ' s pretty special . . . . . please, Allah, no nicks to- night . . . freshly ironed shirt . . . the latest shade of polish for tonight . . . hope it curls right . . . these socks ore just right ... hot ziggety, time to go . . . wonder if he ' ll notice these . . . gee, I do look good tonight . . . just a little some- thing for you ... to a night for the memory book . . . QdMlm, a yiMCMff Calling all creative writers . . . poets . . . humorists . . . artists . . . cartoonists . . . type- setters . . . pencil pushers . . . nail biters . . . you are needed . . . this student publication gives all a chance to show their talents ... a few major problems with advertising . . . federal law . . . and funds for printing , . . but they overcame them all . . . lots of credit goes to John hlall and Janice Green (left) for their work ... as editors . . . below the staff . . . Vince Mahoney, Bruce Bledsoe, Barbara Irwin, Barbara Brown . . . and the editors ... ' 6AW(y At left . . . students eagerly await distribution day . . . the bookstore is the nnain outlet . . . keeps McNabney jumping. 89 a c O ' iwod. Bill Eaton and Rosemary Girolamo, spring and fall editors, respectively . . . for sale: One trained cockroach. Not housebroken. Inquire room 24, Hortman Hall . . . they made all the traditional deadlines . . . life is one long dirty suspicion . . . can Love be beautiful? . . . just ask Deborah Desire, world ' s only woman sondhog . . . they said they sacrificed quantity for quality . . . life is tragic . . . come on, kids, and enjoy life while you may . . . you ' ll never get out of it alive. Nancy Johnson and Ted Scott . . . pecking away ... all the time . . . pecking . . . I Kibitzer Paul Finch overlooks Don Roland and Bev Griggs . . . still pecking . . . didn ' t anybody take typing? Sandra Mitts of " Dirty Bits " and newest staff mem- ber Rusty Lemmon . . . above is THE author of Pack Tracks, Rollon Melton . . . 190 Mikj Annette Dickson and Georgia Myers offered help after a plea by the ed and bm . . . any takers for next year? Hoof beaters are Mary Ann Meors, Kay Downer and Char DeBolt . . . took a lot of bock-tolk and little credit . . . Note the green fingers of Len hiarrison business manager . . . Not nearly so glamorous is the business end of journalism . . . but about twice as important . . . ever try to talk a reluctant advertiser into a full page? . . . this is where credit managers are made, not born . . . the heck with layouts and dead- lines . . . we need the money! Where ' s my Brush? . . . Eugene Kiliony gets it in his sleep . . . pity the poor circulation manager . . . 19 1 HHA 1 w 1 h b bI H B Hh 1 m |J jiymi Editor . . . Marie Nielsen . . . Business Manager . . . Barbora Gregory The fight against time . . . Inertia ...and odds and ends... dead- lines . . . Ink . . . kibitzers . . . ,;i office raiders . . . green walls m i j . . . tired feet . . . tire-er-der | JCf f I IA | brain . . . blue pencils . . . l J I with no points ... you , % i| O k name it we ' ve " " flL B ■ ■ W I I 11 W l kJl LV Associate editor . . . IC ' Assistant business manager . . . Lorraine Meunler no typewriter ... no copy paper . . . no patience ... no ideas ... no studies ... no references . . . but we did have nerve . . . nerve to change a lot of things . . . even the spelling of some names . . . accidents will happen . . . 192 Right . . . two of the many photographers kept busy this year . . . Betty Munley and Ed Baroch . . . thanks also go to Joe Rychetnik, Pete Young and Ernie Farring- ton . . . below, Marilyn Melton . . . orteest extraordinaire . . . yes, it ' ll be done tomor- row . . heh heh . . , well, we can ' t do every- thing . . . Carol Normandy . . . Fullbrlght scholar with a sense of hunnor . . . copy editor ... what a job . . . below Sally McKissIck . . . secre- tary . . . Ron Einstoss brawny sports section editor . . . with a flair for words . . . multi thanks to Ev Nelson and Glo hHanes . . . ond the many many od chasers . . . they pay for the book . . . oh, my achin ' feet . . . Above, Clair Earl and Leanne Norton . . . social and organiza- tion editors . . . mispelled any names lately? . . . right are Dick Morrill and Elbert Gardner . . . class and activities editors . . . 193 Waltzing near the rippling water ... a few fell in . . . some pushed . . . some accidents . . . where did the Sundowners come from? ... a pertinent question . . . some stomped a little too hard . . . it ' s all in fun . . . isn ' t it? . . . Frank and his girl enjoyed the jazz pieces . . . they could sit down . . . Causes of the brawl, er ball . . . senior class committee . . . Pat Myers, Joe Moose, Rollan Melton, Ken Austin, Norma Etchegoyen, Jeanne Paulson, Marie Nielsen, George Schindler, president, Eileen Yrueta and Leah Gregory . . . 1 J , H -• ' - ' Hjli l B hH I :• 1 94 M li ' ' m •f J ..-M ' " 1 -•.lv:l • ••1 ■•! • v, , T ' PP ■ ■ ' ••• ,■ V • ' - ' ■• • • ■ ■.: ♦• ■- ' .• ' . ' ■ ■•■ " •• ' " ' .f ■ J3 ' ' u ' V ' •. - l - . ' :iWi; " i ■■ « . 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It is one of Washoe County ' s oldest landmarks, and a monument to the colorful tribes which still populate this area. A UNIVERSITY WITH THE SPIRIT OF A SMALL COLLEGE - Intimate Student Faculty Relationship i High Standards of Scholarship - Democratic Student Life Rich Cultural Environment THE UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA ENGINEERING • Mechanical • Metallurgical • Geological • Electrical • Civil MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES • Mining • Metallurgy • Geology EXTENSION COURSES • A variety of subjects ARTS AND SCIENCE • Liberal Arts • Business • Chennistry • Education • Journalism • Social Work • Wild Life Management • Premedical • Predental • Prenursing • Prelegal • Premedical Technology AGRICULTURE • Agricultural Economics • Animal Husbandry • Plant Industry • Agricultural Education • General Agriculture • Home Economics Education • Foods and Nutrition • General Home Economics EDUCATION • Primary • Elementary • Secondary • Administration 1954 SUMMER SCHOOL • First Session June 12 -July 16 • Second Session July 17 -Aug. 20 1954 FALL SEMESTER • September 15 1955 SPRING SEMESTER • February 2 For Further Information Write DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS, UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA. RENO i i f} jn Iff ' fr h iHwFT 1 ij j 5! i Congratulations to The Artemisia Staff Q another uality print job from Stiver State Press DEPENDABLE SERVICE ... Our Watchword. Nevadafs largest lithographing plant with ample stocks of book, bond, and special types of papers is ready to serve you. 160 South Center St., Reno, Nevada ... or call 3-5163. f Jim Brooke Nancy West RENO PRINTrNG COMPANY PRINTERS . PUBLISHERS BINDING . RULING • ENGRAVING Telephone 2-2133 i 124 North Center Street Reno, Nevada SENIOR HISTORIES . . . ADAMS, ROBERT E.. Los Angeles; Mining; Sigma Rho Delta; Crucible Club. ALCORN, JOSEPH P., Creston, Iowa; Geol.; Eng.; Crucible Club. ALPERS. FRED, Smi+h, Nevada; Zoology; Phi Sigma Kappa. ALTENBURG, GILES, Carson City; Education P.E.; Alpha Tau Omega; Block N Representa- tive; Sigma Delta Psi; Frosh-Soph Field Day Chairman, 1952 1953; Who ' s Who; Block N; Inter-Fraternity Council Ski Club; Coffin Keys; Blue Key; Scabbard Blade; Senate; Rifle Club; Football; Basketball; Track; Skiing. ANCHART, ANDREE, Reno; Elementary Educa- tion; Kappa Alpha Theta; Cap Scroll; A.W.S.; Jewett Adams; Max Fleischmann; Sagens; Fu- ture Teachers of America, President; Newman Club; Inter Faith Council; Saddle Spurs. ANDREGG, ERNEST R., Carlin; Electrical Engi- neer; Sigma Tau; Nu Sigma Mu; Smith Scholar- ship; AIEE; Moth Club. " THE FAVORITE MEETING PLACE " LITTLE WALDORF RENO, NEVADA Lance - John - Dan - Swede C.J. McDonald J. G. Dunseath DUNSEATH KEY COMPANY Telephone 3-4372 24 West Douglas Alley Reno, Nevada Students appreciate the A. S.U.N. Book Store for having the best in school supphes and for giving quick, courteous service. A.S.U.N. BOOK STORE " The Friendly Book Store Nearest the Campus " Stationery - Fountain Pens - Engineering Supplies - Zoology Equipment University and Technical Books 20 East Ninth Street Telephone 2-5081 THE SECURITY NATIONAL BANK OF RENO • " The Only National Bank in Washoe County Owned and Controlled by Nevadans " 10 West Second Street Reno, Nevada Clean Service for Fifty -four Years " In Reno " Quality Dry Cleaning for Your Campus Togs RENO LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS CASH-AND-CARRY 10% Discount Telephone 2-9477 205 East Plaza St. " The Pause That Refreshes " ENJOY cm In Sterilized Bottles Shoshone Coca-Cola Bottling Co. RENO SEARS ROEBUCK AND COMPANY YOUR FRIENDLY DEPARTMENT STORE 215 North Sierra Street Reno, Nevada Telephone 2-3467 SIERRA PACIFIC POWER COMPANY ■ft • •■ SUNSHINE LAUNDRY Is a GOOD Laundry SUNSHINE LAUNDRY CLEANERS Telephone 2-3421 440 East Second Street Reno, Nevada CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1954 KWRN (ABC FOR RENO) ■ • ! • •■ Velvet ICE (REAM (0. AND DAIRY PRODUCTS Post Office Box 2163 Reno, Nevada HllWilliPiMJE m Your Hoiite Stfould Come Firsi ' Telephone 2-3496 432 North Virginia Street Reno, Nevada ■ • Vi Headquarters for Pendleton Woolens, Stetson Hats Levis - Lees J3 L 200 N.CE ■Ea. street ' ' P 200 North Center Street Reno, Nevada Baldwin Pianos Hammond Organs 1 Conn Band Instruments 1 EMPORIUM OF MUSIC " EVERYTHING IN MUSIC " Telephone 3-3452 214 North Sierra Street Reno, Nevada Bendix Home Laundry Equipment KELVINATOR REFRIGERATORS Household and Commercial SILVER STATE APPLIANCE COMPANY ELECTRIC RANGES - R. C. A. RADIOS Telephone 2-3582 423 North Virginia Street Reno, Nevada Largest Stock of Fine Watches, Diamond and Silverware in Nevada R. HERZ BRO. INCORPORATED Jewelers Serving the University Since 1885 Telephone 2-7841 237 North Virginia Street Reno, Nevada 1 NEVADA ' S FINEST DEPARTMENT STORES ALWAYS IN TEMPO WITH THE TIMES... ►TIMELESS QUALITY ►TIMELY FASHIONS Ronzone ' s of Las Vegas, Gray Reid ' s of Reno. . . two great department stores serving a friendly state and linking two progressive communities. Time only serves to enhance their reputation for quality and dependa- bility. Their friends have grown throughout he years, drawn by the helpful and friendly personnel, the unexcelled merchandise. in LAS VEGAS f c o Ai fi A jv y . ' in RENO m RIVERSIDE CANDY SHOP " RENO ' S FINEST CANDY STORE " Lobby Riverside Hotel Reno, Nevada • Cigars Pipes Magazines Smokers ' Accessories - Tobacco Products SOUTHWORTH ' S 247 North Virginia Street Reno, Nevada HARDWARE HOUSEWARE POWER TOOLS RENO MERCANTILE ? SIERRA AT COMMERCIAL ROW PHONE 2-3454 ' .. ' ..• ' ' ' A:,, ' .fy y ' ' 4. SPORT! NG GOODS . . . ...FULLER PAINTS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 54 . . . TAHOE TIMBER CO. NEVADA South Verdi Road Phone 2-5085 • Auto Glass Steel end Aluminum Sash ALPINE GLASS COMPANY GLASS OF ALL KINDS Telephone 3-7631 » 324 East Fourth Street Reno, Nevada CONGRATULATIONS TO ' 54 CLASS . . . WALKER BAUDWIN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Reno, Nevada TOSCANO HOTEL AND BAR Choice of Domestic and Imported Wines and Liquors EXCELLENT ITALIAN DINNERS Cater to Parties and Banquets Telephone 3-6461 238 Lake Street Reno, Nevada Quality Shoes for The Entire Family ... SUNDERLAND ' S SHOE STORE Telephone 3-5662 219 North Virginia Street Reno, Nevada Plumbing Heating - Refrigeration Sales - Service SAVAGE SON INC. Telephone 3-4193 628 South Virginia Street Reno, Nevada Everyone meets at the New WOLF DEN North Virginia and East Ninth Streets Reno, Nevada THE FAMOUS WINE Francovich Bros. HOUSE Special izing in Grain-Fed Colored Fried Chicken and Manteca Fed Beef OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Telephone 3-5821 18 East Commercial Row Reno, Nevada WASHOE TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY TITLE INSURANCE and ESCROWS Complete Title Insurance in Twelve Northern Nevada Counties 27 East First Street Reno,Nevada BUYERS OF NEVADA LIVESTOCK H. MOFFAT CO. Packers Room 305 First National Bank Building Reno, Nevada FOR QUALITY SlRVICl ' BEATTY CLEANERS SPECIAL SERVICE TO STUDENTS 629 North Virginia Street Reno, Nevada .T No social system will bring us happiness, health and prosperity unless it Is Inspired by something greater than materialism. fevADA Bank Commerce Branches: Reno - Elko - Battle Mountain Austin - Pioche Member Federal Deposit InsuranceCorp. - Member Federal Reserve System Shopping at Sewell ' s you ' ll find is a Western tradition. Ask your mother, ask your grandmother. Maybe they knew us when we first started in Tuscarora, Nevada. We ' ve expanded, we ' ve modernized . . . but we have never outgrown the kind of personal attention to your shopping needs that ' s made us a family friends since 1897. Most of us who serve you at Sewell ' s were born and raised right here in the West. That helps to know what you like to buy, how you like to eat. We know the kind of seasoning you want for those barbecues, the fine but not fancy foods that make for economical good eating every day of the week. You ' ll find at Sewell ' s all the fixings for your famous Western cooking. But we ' re not content merely to sell them to you ... no, ma ' am! We insist upon " Serving them up " with a warm greeting, a welcoming smile that is Western hospitality at its best. Sparks, Nevada SEWELL ' S 430 North Sierra St., Reno, Nevada Winnemucca, Nevada Elko, Nevada Featuring a wide selection of books, gifts, greeting cards, and school supplies, Armanko ' s remains a favorite stop for Nevada students. ARMANKO ' S STATIONERY COMPANY 152 North Virginia Street Reno, Nevada OVERLAND HOTEL W. B. SHAW, Manager Students and Parents Welcome Comfortable Rooms at Reasonable Rates EVERYTHING IN STEEL OR IRON PREFABRICATED BUTLER BUILDINGS Fabricated Ornamental Iron Work Steel Fabricators and Erectors Steel Aluminum Sash Reinforcing Steel MARTIN IRON WORKS Telephone 2-9491 530 East Fourth Street Reno, Nevada Compliments of . . . HARRY ' S BUSINESS MACHINES INCORPORATED BUSI NESS MACH INES ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Harry S. Foote, Monager 323 West Street Reno, Nevada • F RST WITH THE LATEST for Discriminating Men, Women or id Children " Look at Your Shoes — Everyone Else Does " KARL ' S RENO FAMILY SHOE STORE Featuring Nationally Advertised Footwear 1 Reno Owned and Operoted Telephone 2-1201 144 North Sierra Street 1 42 East First Street Telephone 3-4567 f -Z - i eres the place to buy . . . 1 Fine gift merchandise 2 Greeting cards 3 Social stationery 4 Portable typewriters 5 Office supplies . . . office equipment and furniture ORRILL and MACHABEE 130 SOUTH CENTER STREET ■ • «! Fo r CLEANING a t ITS BEST . . . Delivery Se rvice . " MAC " The CI eaner Telephone 2-2414 356 ' 2 West Street Reno, Nevada In Reno It ' s the . . . HOTEL EL CORTEZ Moderate Rates . M aximum Com fort BANQUET, DINNER AND DANCING ACCOMMODATION For Reservatior IS T elephone 2 -9161 RENO NEWSPAPERS, INC. PUBLISHERS RENO EVENING GAZETTE " Nevada ' s Greatest Newspaper " NEVADA STATE JOURNAL Nevada ' s Largest Morning and Sunday Newspaper " Something to remember! CONGRATULATIONS to the GRADUATING (LASS of 1954 A. Carlisle Company wishes to take this occasion to wish the utmost success in all your endeavors. It has been our good fortune to serve many former graduates from your Alma Mater and, should the occasion arise, you ' ll find us ready, willing and very able to cater to your needs whether business or private. Along with all your other friends, we offer our congratulations. A. CARLISLE COMPANY OF NEVADA Stationers • Printers • Engineering Supplies 131 North Virginia Street Telephone 3-4195 Reno, Nevada NEVADA STATE NEWS SPORTSMAN CAllFORNIA MARKET HEYWOOD COMPANY SCHOMER ' S MURDOCK ' S Hoin Host Sfchtitc Coeds Complete Lines of... HUNTING FISHING SKIING ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT YOUR SKIING HEADQUARTERS Drop in and See KEN YORK SONNY BURKE ERNIE YORK ■ • ! »• • SANTA FE HOTEL We Cater to University Banquets and Parties THE BEST IN FRENCH-BASQUE DINNERS 235 Lake Street - Phone 3-5682 - Reno, Nevada Compliments of . . . CREST THEATRE THE PLACE TO GO Telephone 2-2418 35 West Second Street Reno, Nevada Zenith Radios Frigidoire Siftwore NEVADA MACHINERY ELECTRIC CO. Television Sets Lighting Fixtures Telephone 3-3601 121 North Virginia Street Reno, Nevada RENO WAYNE C. HINKLEY — Distributor — TIDEWATER ASSOCIATED | OIL CO. Reno, Nevada Free Delivery Free Delivery HALE ' S DRUG STORES RENO 47 East Second Street Telephone 3-4311 100 West Second Street Telephone 2-9431 South Virginia and Linden Streets Telephone 2-6852 801 West Fourth Street Telephone 2-6943 601 North Virginia Street _ _ Telephone 2-9129 SPARKS 820 " B " Street Telephone 5-8361 PARTS and AUTOMOTIVE ACCESSORIES WILLARD BAHERIES and SEAT COVERS at 635 N. SIERRA STREET • PHONE 3-0318 RISSONE ' S Nevada ' s Leading Recappers Gasoline - Oil - Lubrication TO RE-TIRE Rte- U.S. P " ' - Of. RISK TIRES Phone 2-9409 4 EAST FOURTH ST. Phone 3-5422 14! WEST FOURTH ST. CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES • FIRST NATIONAL BANK NEVADA STATE Wl D E Resources over $182,500,000 Member Member Federal Deposit Federal Insurance Co. Reserve System ' ' Helping build a Greater Nevada " Reno, Nevada your kind of sportswear for both men and women Men ' s Shop I I West Second Street Jd ta, Women ' s Shop Second and Virginia my mm HOTEL MAPES Whether it ' s a House Formal ... a Class Dance ... or a super-important date . . . Hotel Mopes is the place! Located in the heart of downtown Reno . . . owned and operated by University of Nevada graduates. It ' s the place for visiting parents to stay . . . and headquarters in Reno for Old Grads of every vintage. CHARLES W. MAPES, JR. OWNER RENO GENSLER-LEE DIAMOND SPECIALISTS Diamond Rings . . . Diamond Watches . . . See the smart new styles ot any of the Gensler-Lee stores all over Ca lifornia. No money down. Take a full year to pay. 156 N. Virginia, Reno CONGRATULATIONS - GRADUATES FROM YOUR NEW CAR DEALERS WAGER MOTORS SEEVER ' S PACKARD HERRMAN WILSON JOHNSON CHEVROLET RENO MOTORS NEVADA CAR COMPANY ODEN MOTORS, INC. NEVADA TRUCK SALES RICHARDSON-LOVELOCK. INC. scon MOTOR COMPANY GRinON EQUIPMENT CO. WALDREN MOTOR COMPANY WINKEL MOTORS INTERNATIONAL TRUCK SALES RENO MOTOR CAR DEALERS ASSOCIATION P.O. BOX ION RENO. NEVADA Oldest Grocery in Reno-Sparks Area and the Most Popular BAKER ' S THRIFTY FOOD MARKET Telephone 5-8331 922 B Street Sparks, Nevada Norge and Maytag Appliances Hoover Vacuums Dupont Paints SPARKS FURNITURE " NOTHING BUT THE BEST " Telephone 5-8314 846 B Street Sparks, Nevada HANSON ' S FOOD MARKET... 1222 B Street - Sparks, Telephone Nevada 5-8322 We Cater to the Younger Set ... So Come On Out, See Our Brand New Cocktail Lounge THE SPARKS BOWLARIUM Newest . . . Most Modern Finest Bowling Establishment in Nevada LES OPPIO, Manager Fountain Sandwiches Five Billiard Tables Coal - Wood Fuel Oil MORRIS FUEL CO. Telephone 5-2433 321 South Seventeenth Street Sparks, Nevada FOR YOUR COCKTAIL PLEASURE THE ELBOW ROOM SERVING THE FAMOUS " BOWLERS ' PUNCH " Prepared by Your Favorite Hosts " Moose " and Joe Puccinelli HIGHWAY U.S. 40 BETWEEN RENO AND SPARKS SENIOR HISTORIES . . . ARGERES, PAUL, Sparks; Business Administra- tion; Sigma Nu; Coffin Keys; Who ' s Who; Inter-Fraternity Council; Sundowners; Men ' s Up- percloss Committee; Winter Carnival; Freshman Class Committee. ATKINSON, ANN, Redding, Calif.; Biology; Kappa Alpha Theto; Newman Club; Chem Club; Ski Club; Beta Beta Beta. AUSTIN, KENNETH B., Alturas, Calif.; Civil En- gineering; Theta Chi, Sigma Tau; Clough Schol- arship; Pershing Rifles; ASCE; Ri e Team. BACHELOR, ORRIN, Lovelock; Education; Lambda Chi Alpha; ASUN Senate; Blue Key; Coffin Keys; Who ' s Who; Josephine Beam Scholarship; Block N; University Singers; Wesley Foundation; Future Teachers of America; Foot- ball. BANGERT, LAWRENCE DUANE, Reno; Physi- cal Education; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Basketball. BELL, CHARLES, Pasadena, Calif.; Civil Engi- neering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Sigma Tau; Nu Sigma Mu; ASCE; Track. BELL, DOROTHY, Boulder City; Psychology; Delta Delta Delta; Secretary ASUN; Ski Carni- val Committee; Big Bonanza Social Chairman; Cap Scroll; Phi Kappa Phi; Who ' s Who; Fleischmann Beams Scholarships; Psi Chi. BLACK, JOAN L, Burbank, Calif.; German; Gamma Phi Beta; Phi Alpha Theto; Sogens; German Club; Ski Club; Newman Club; Pon- hellenic; Ski Carnival Committee. BOERO, THERESA ANN, Reno; History; Delta Delta Delta; Phi Alpha Theto; Ski Club; FTA. BOTKIN, WARREN L. JR., Reno; History; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Alpha Theto. BROOKE, JAMES R., Sparks; History; Sigma Nu; Senator At Large; Publications Board; Phi Alpha Theto; Who ' s Who; Sundowners; Ski Club; Mockoy Day Committee; Inter -Class Committee; Frosh Basketball. BROWN, BARBARA JEAN, Reno; English Lit.; University Singers; Brushfire Magazine. BROWN, BILL, Gross Valley, Calif.; Mining Engineering; Phi Sigma Koppo; Yell Leader; Sundowners; Crucible Club; Ski Club; Inter- Fraternity Council; Student Union; Rally Com- mittee: Upper-Closs Committee. WALDORF (OCKTAIL LOUNGE " WHERE FRIENDS MEET ' 934 B Street Sparks, Nevada Telephone 5-8601 ZUNDEL ' S GARAGE | 1106 B Street Sparks, Nevada Telephone 5-8526 SPROUSE REITZ, INC. 1132 B Street Sparks, Nevada Telephone 5-8336 PETERSON ' S DRUG STORE Prescriptions Carefully Compounded 1 1136 B Street Sparks, Nevada Fountain Sp orting Goods HILP ' S DRUG STORE | " QUALITY DRUGGIST " 938 B Street Sparks, Nevada BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF " 54 KZT V Reno, Nevada y - i 4 ' 5rijy»«fi », ' ft , ' t ,2- ' " V " ' ' ■ " Picture by WALTER MULCAHY VIRGINIA CITY . . . Home of the fabulous Comstock era with all of its colors and brilliance. Today it is a Mecca for tourists and a favorite recreation center of Nevadans. PAT HART ' S BRASS RAIL SAZARAC BUCKET OF BLOOD DELTA SALOON OLD CAPITAL BAR TERRITORIAL ENTERPRISE TOTEM TRADING POST GAS APPLIANCE — SALES and SERVICE Serving Washoe Valley, Virginia City, Dayton and Carson Valley CARSON NU-GAS George Gottschalk, Manager Phone 162-R or 792 Winnie ' s Lane Carson City, Nevada Insurance Real Estate E. w. MILLER SON " ED " " BUD " • Phone 138 or 149 511 North Carson Street Carson City, Nevada 1 wish you luck, but make it your OLD CORNER own luck. —Tim 517 North Carson Street Carson C ity, Nevada Caf cH Citif MELODY LANE WILBUR ' S MEN ' S SHOP CARSON SMOKE SHOP MERCURY CLEANERS AUSTIN MARKET PAUL LAXALT MEYER ' S HARDWARE CHARLES MARRIAGE INSURANCE KITZMEYER ' S NEVADA ' S OLDEST DRUG STORE ' for all your drug needs ' ' Phone 333 Carson City, Nevado » Pat Duncan Bert Cochran SENATOR CLUB Carson City ' s Friendliest Club • Open 24 Hours 203 North Carson g J ! g5pg ; ; ;? ; ' fjp i;5 y«) ;N« )0; ELKO COUNTY This fabulous land that is Elko County offers unlimited opportunities for recreation. Whether you crave active sports such as riding, hunting, skeet shooting, golfing, tennis, and fishing — or merely some lazy afternoons in the sun, or viewing the scenic wonders — you ' ll find excellent facilities at your disposal. Come linger awhile in friendliness. Diamonds - Watches - Jewelry COX JEWELRY 514 Commecial Row Elko, Nevada Watch Repairing Our Specialty Clkc THE GALLAGHERS Tom, Harry and Morris Elko, Nevada K« •■ Hardware implements A. W. HESSON CO 600 Commercial Row Elko, Nevada Wholesale Automotive Supplies COMPLIMENTS OF ELKO AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION ■ • «!! JOE SAYS: " SLAP YOUR BRAND ON OUR REGISTER " iSlMi! Phone: 22 Phone: 110 THE SHOWPLACES OF ELKO ELKO, NEVADA ON U. S. HIGHWAY 40 Newt Crumley " 32 " COMPLIMENTS OF CHURCHILL COUNTY NEVADA ' S LARGEST FARMING DISTRICT ALFALFA HAY - BEEF CATTLE - DAIRY COWS HEARTS OF GOLD CANTALOUPES GOLD MINES - SALT FLATS PRIZE FALLON TURKEYS A SPORTSMAN ' S PARADISE IN THE HEART OF NEVADA SENIOR HISTORIES . . . BUCKMAN, DIANE LEWERS, Reno; History; Delta Delta Delta; Cap Scroll; Who ' s Who; i Alpha Theta; Rita Hope Winner Scholar- - id; Saddle Spurs; Orchesis; YWCA; FTA; Ski Club; Wolves Frolic. BUTLER, JAMES T., Reno; Education; Sigma Nu; Phi Alpha Theta; Emporium of Music Schol- arship; FTA; Newman Club; Band; University Singers; Freshman Basketball. CAFFERATA. Deone, Reno; Art; Kappa Alpha Theta; Phi Alpha Theta; Ski Club; Fine Art. CAPRIO, ANNETTE, Reno; Education; Pi Beta Phi; Publications Board; Phi Alpha Theta; Who ' s Who; Rebecca Scholarship; Sogens; Ski Club; Panhellenic Council; AWS Council; FTA; Junior Class Committee; Songleader; Homecoming Committee. CARSTENS, JERRY, Fresno, Calif; Business Ad- ministration; Sigma Nu; Advertising Manager of Sagebrush; Inter-Fraternity Council. CHANDLER, MARVELLA, Reno; Education; Delta Delta Delta; Senator; Executive; Women ' s Uppercloss Committee; Marye Williams Butler Scholarship; Sogens; Ski Club; Saddle Spurs; WRA; YWCA; FTA; Wolves Frolic; Big Bo- •nanza Melodrama. CHANDLER, RAY ROM, Clorksville, Virginia; Education; Phi Alpha Theta; FTA; University Singers. CHERRY, JACK CONRAD, Los Vegas; History; Lambda Chi Alpha; Scabbard Blade; New- man Club. CLARK, HENRY LOUIS, Reno; Education; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Sundowners; Blue Key; Scabbard Blade; Ski Club; Bond. COATES, MYRTLE A., Reno; Speech Drama; Pi Beta Phi; Harold Smith Scholarship; Campus Players; YWCA; Orchesis; Majorette; WRA; Spanish Club. COLLINS, FLORENCE, Reno; Education. CONNETT, DAVID G., Piedmont, Calif.; Elec- trical Engineering; Phi Sigma Kappa; Sigma Tau; Nu Sigma Mu; Boroli Memorial Scholarship; AIEE; Band. COOPER, WILLIAM J., Reno; Physical Educa- tion; Alpha Tau Omega; Football; Basketball; Golf. Picche Best Wishes to the Class of ' 54 . . . I. H. KENT CO. Supply Fallon and Vicinity with Hardware Meats Building Materials Fuel Oils Farm Implements Lumber KOLHOSS CASH STORE MORRIS WRING DRUGS COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE R.R.ORR SONS FORD MERCURY STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Telephone 9W Pioche, Nevada • ' ( INERAL COUNTY EXTEN DS BEST WISHES TO UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA STUDENTS I ' I SENIOR HISTORIES . . . COSTA, JAMES PETER, Winnemucca; Romance Languages; Alpha Tau Omega; Homecoming Committee; Coffin Keys; Blue Key; Who ' s Who; Max Fleischmann Scholarship; Newman Club; Spanish Club; French Club; Inter-Frater- nity Council. DARRAH, ALICE, Tonopah; Education; Alpha Epsilon Delta. DELESANDRO, DOMINIC, Reno; Physical Edu- cation; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Sundowners; Beam Scholarship. DIBITONTO, SAM, Reno; Psychology; Sigma Nu; ASUN Senate; Coffin Keys; Scabbard Blade; Psi Chi; Campus Players; Homecoming Committee; Tumbling; Interfrat Sports. DICKINSON, JIM v., Delta, Utah; Electrical Engineering; AIEE. DONATI, ELEANOR, Sparks; Elementary Edu- cation; Kappa Alpha Theta; Newman Club. DUBBINS, YVONNE, Reno; Primary Education; FTA; Polkateers. ETCHEGOYHEN. NORMA, Winnemucca; Edu- cation; Kappa Alpha Theta; AWS President; Senator; Cap Scroll; Phi Alpha Theta; Who ' s Who; Smith Scholarship; Sogens; Pems; WRA; FTA. FLAGG, SHIRLEY, Tahoe City; Home Econom- ics; Gamma Phi Beta; Sogens; Ski Club; Home Economics Club. FOX, PAUL F., Reno; Electrical Engineering; Tau Kappa Epsilon; Inter-Fraternity Council; Sigma Tau; Nu Sigma Mu; Jones-Hoover Scholarship; Hertz Award; Broile Scholarship; Math Club; AIEE; Bond. GALLAGHER, M. J. JR., Las Vegas; Mining En- gineering; Sigma Tau; Nu Sigma Mu; Kennecott Scholarship; Crucible Club. GARDNER. ELBERT, Lund, Nev.; Animal Hus- bandry; Theta Chi; Junior Class Manager; Lambda Delta Sigma; Smith Scholarship; Don- forth Fellowship; Aggie Club; Blue Key; Ski Club; Frosh Basketball; Soger President; Smith Schol- arship Chairman. GILMORE, HARLAN R., Long Beach, Calif; Metallurgical Engineering; Jones Hoover Schol- arship. TcHcpah COLEMAN ' S GROCERY CENTRAL MKT. GROCERY ACE CLUB WARDLE ' S ■ • TEXACO PONTIAC KELLY ' S GARAGE Expert Automotive Repair — All Makes Cars — TONOPAH. NEVADA Phone 362 P.O. Box 888 TONOPAH CLUB CAFE - BAR . CASINO Marco John Milton Russell, Mgr. Tonopah, Nevada lippin Appliance Service Shell Distributor Seneral Electric Dealer Maytag Dealer Hawthorne Nevada JOE ' S TAVERN CAFE JOE VIANI Proprietor Hawthorne, Nevada MIKE ' S NEVADA CLUB and COFFEE SHOP " GOOD FOOD IS A MUST WITH US " H AWTH O R N E NEVADA BABBITT FOOD MARKET WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY CENTRAL CLEANERS JOSEPH CASH MARKET HAWTHORNE VARIETY STORE GOLDEN KEY DRUGS ■• •ii ih . s lfi .i-.i.i- ' ■ ' .i i; ' f »- ' - GABBS ADVERTISERS VALLEY POWER CO. ANDERSON AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TOIYABLE SUPPLY AND CLUB STANDARD SLAG CO. BASIC REFRACTORIES INC. Aerial View of McGill, Nevada KENNECOTT COPPER CORPORATION NEVADA MINES DIVISION J. C. KINNEAR, JR., General Manager PAUL HETT, Assistant General Manager Reduction Plant McGill, Nevada Mining Department Ruth, Nevada NEVADA HOTEL BAR AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE • COFFEE SHOP • DINING ROOM BERT RIDDICK Owner ' ' ELYS FINEST ' ELY LIGHT AND POWER CO. ' With our sincere hope that this has been a good school year and that next year will be even better . . . ELY NATIONAL BANK THE HRST NATIONAL BANK OF ELY THE BANK CLUB G rill and Lounge 488 A u 1 1 m a n Ely, Nevada PRINCE ' S HIGHWAY MARKET ELY DRUG STORE NORTHERN HOTEL STEPTOE DRUGS SENIOR HISTORIES . . Many, many thanks go to the staff of the 1954 Artemisia. We wish them a lot of luck as they attempt to portray the life of a college year. Credit lines also go to the men and women downtown who supported us by ad- vertising and other favors. Under other favors thanks go to: Gene Christensen Jimmy Nickell Jake Lawlor Bob Conant Gene Empey George Douglass Reno Evening Gazette Charlie Bennett Nevada Photo Silver State Press S. K. Smith Cover Co. Reno Chamber of Commerce Sincerely, MARIE NIELSEN Editor BARBARA GREGORY Business Manager 1954 ARTEMISIA GIROLAMO, ROSEMARY, Genoa; Journalism,; Kappa Alpha Theta; Sagebrush Editor; Publicity Committee; Cap Scroll; Chi Delta Phi; Phi Alpha Theta; Who ' s Who; Standard Oil Nev. State Press Assoc. Scholarships; Press Club; Sogens; YWCA Cabinet; Ski Club. GODBEY, THOMAS WILLIAM. Boulder City; Electrical Engineering; Theta Chi; Senate; Jun- ior Class Committee; University Singers; Uni- versity Bond. GREGORY, BARBARA JEAN, Las Vegas; Elementary Education; Delta Delta Delta; Arte- misia Business Manager; WRA President; YWCA Cabinet; FTA; Publications Board; AWS Coun- cil; Saddle Spurs; Wolves Frolic; University Singers. GREGORY, LEAH, Elko; Education; Kappa Alpha Theta; Senator-at-Large; AWS Council; Publications Board; Cap Scroll; Phi Alpha Theta; Gothic N; Who ' s Who; Fleischmonn Scholarship; Sagens; Pems; WRA; YWCA; •FTA; Panhellenic Council. GRONNING, RALPH LELAND, Delta, Utah; Mining Engineering; Jones-Hoover Scholarship; Crucible Club. GUERRERA, MELVIN, Reno; Business Ad; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Blue Key; Scabbard Blade; Pershing Rifles; Rifle Club; Ski Club; Sundowners; Rifle Team; Interfraternity Council; Hello-on-HIII Chairman. HENSEN, LEE, Lakeview, Oregon; Business Ad; Alpha Tau Omega; Standard Oil Scholarship; ASME. HARDY, GLEN, Logandale, Nev.; Agriculture; Aggie Club; Lambda Delta Sigma. HARTKE, NANCY JEAN, Pomona, Calif.; Biol- ogy; Pi Beta Phi; Biology Club. HELFERT, ERICH, Neuburg, Germany; Business Ad; Fleischmonn Scholarship; U of N Repre- sentative at New York Congress of NAM; Ger- man Club; Press Club; International Club. HETTINGER, JAMES R., Fallon; Vocational Ag- riculture; Sogers; Aggie Club; Lambda Delta Sigma. HICKS, BRUCE G., Sparks; Chem. Tech.; Alpha Tau Omega; ATO Senator; Armonko Scholar- ship; Chem. Club. 1 COMPLIMENTS OF PERSHING COUNTY iciDelcck Shell Oil Company Jobbers . . . THE PITT MILL ELEVATOR CO. Telephone 21 Lovelock, Nevada S e r V ing Lovelock and th e Area LOVELOCK GAS COMPANY Wally Black Georg e Meyers • •■ SPIC-N-SPAN FOOD MART Quality Meats and Merchandise Telephone 300-J Across From the Post Office Lovelock, Nevada i«.- g m? . REX CLEARY— AGGIE CLUB PRESIDENT Douglas County Advertisers DANGBER€ MEAT CO. PYRENEES HOTEL GOLDEN BUBBLE GABLER ELECTRIC GAS APPLIANCES FRENCH HOTEL BAR DOUGLAS MOTORS OVERLAND HOTEL BAR GARDNERVILLE DRUG STORE VALLEY INSURANCE REALTY CO. MINDEN DRY GOODS MINDEN INN C.O.D. GARAGE MINDEN PHARMACY BUDS AUTO SERVICE CARSON VALLEY GARAGE BLOCK ' S CLEANERS NORTHERN NEVADA ' S LARGEST AND BEST KNOWN HOTEL .. . HOTEL HUMBOLDT Wl NNEMUCCA, NEVADA G. M. (Gus) Knezevich Owner CAFE - BAR CASINO WiHHcifnucca SHOVELIN SUPPLY CO. Battle Mountain, Nevada CHEVRON GAS STATION . . . HAVILAND CHEVROLET GARAGE H. E. " GENE " BACKUS 48 East Third Street Winnemucca, Nevada NORTHERN NEVADA ' S FINEST SONOMA I Wl NNEMUCCA, NEVADA EXCELLENT CUISINE in Our GARDEN COURT LOUNGE and OVAL DINING ROOM COFFEE SHOP OPEN TWENTY-FOUR HOURS HOME OF WINNEMUCCA ' S FINEST FLOOR SHOWS " FARRIS HOTEL and LOUNGE Invites All Nevada Students and Graduates to Make Our Hotel Your Headquarters •in Winnemucca HOTEL LOUNGE COFFEE SHOP GAMING FORD . . . Sales and Service . . . FORD JOHNSTONE MOTOR COMPANY ' DON R. JOHNSTONE Telephone 195 47 East Third Street Winnemucca, Nevada EAGLE DRUG CO, INCORPORATED ' The Rexall Store ' Winnemucca, Nevada Member of the American Institute of Laundering NEVADA LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS FRANK ond ROY KIHARA Telephone 51 33 East Fourth Street Winnemucca, Nevada Congratulations, ' 54 Grads NEVADA HOTEL Battle Mountain, Nevada ■• •« SENIOR HISTORIES .. . HOHLE, RAYMOND H.. Crygla. Minnesota; Psychology; Tau Koppa Epsilon. HUMPHREYS. BARBARA JEAN. Corson City; Business Ad; ASUN Historian; Harolds Club Scholarship. HUNTER, RAY. Reno; Physical Education; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Frosh Football and Basketball. INGRAM. W. RUTH. Gridley. Calif.; History; Gamma Phi Beta; Phi Alpha Theta; Saddle Spurs; Ski Club. JACKSON, BARBARA, Ely; Education; Delta Delta Delta; FTA. JARRETT, SHARON. Reno; Foods Nutrition; Kappa Alpha Theta; Rose Siegler Motche Scholarship; Fleischmonn Scholarship; Home Economics Club. JEE. STANLEY BON, Reno; Psychology. JOHNSON, NED K.. Reno; Biology; Sigma Nu; Anon Award; Mathews Scholarship; Jewett Adams Scholarship; Beta Beta Beta; Pershing Rifles. EUREKA COUNTY Outride AdHettiAeti Congratulations, Grads . . . from Your Favorite School Teacher " Our Miss Brooks " EVE ARDEN In SAN FRANCISCO . . Headquarters for the U niversity of Nevada HOTEL FIELDING Just Off Union Square at GEARY and MASON • Dine With Pleasure at . . . STEAK HOUSE AND COFFEE SHOP Visit the Famous . . . NEVADA LOUNGE AM at GEARY and MASON Streets r -i WILBUR CLARK ' S DESEHT INN EL RMCHO 7EGilS FLWNEO LJIST FRONTIER SilHSRil THE S2NDS TSUNDERBIRD ..LAS VEGAS ..V. wherever you stay wherever you play OA mimohmd M. LS5 VEESS RESORT HOTELS aSSOCISTION THE FUN AND ENTERTAINMENT CAPITAL OF THE WORLD PLAY CLOCK WILBUR CLARK ' S DESERT INN EL RMCHO VEGnS FLSMINGD LSST FRONTIER _smR: THE SMDS THUNDERBIRD JK: LilSiVEGIlS HESDRT HOTELS ASSOCIiSilON THE FUN AND ENTERTAINMENT CAPITAL OF THE WORLD gOIDEN ' ,i«UGGET GAMBLING HALL A lAARBtE AN9 OLD NU UO ANy PAlACiRI HTOUTOFTHE " f ,„ ,4 ' yf- ' -i ' . . " ix AMSLINO HALL UiXv " Play your favorife game .. . ROUUTTC CRAPS f ARO POKCR TW€NTy-ON€ BIN O WMEEl Of fORTUNi KENO SCOT MACHINES Nugget Hestasrant WbRiP Yimous «w ni»e foov r f4 THREE BARS ENTERTAINMENT OO ..; gS5S¥SSSi}. 0R0« 1 All Mii ler em roof THE - - MILLION DOLLAR GOLDEN NUGCET GAMBLING HALL OO N ' OiWi. L»i vioa; THE REXALL STORE WHITE CROSS DRUG CO. Las Vegas, Nevada ANDERSON ' S SWEET ICE CREAM " The Dessert of the Desert " ANDERSON DAIRY Las Vegas, Nevada hO} AHlA PRINTERS JAMES CASHMAN CO. HECHT ' S BAIN ' S CHRISTENSEN ' S JEWELRY COPPER GRILL Compliments of... BILL MOORE General Manager HOTEL ELCORTEZ Las Vegas Nevada WHEN IN LAS VEGAS. VISIT THE NAMES YOU SEE ON THESE PAGES... THEN YOU ' LL BE SURE TO HAVE A MEMORABLE VISIT ■ • • ' ! Congratulations to the Class of 1 954 . . . WESTERNER CLUB Downtown Las Vegas, Nevada Congratulations to the Class of 1954 . A. C. GRANT ur 300 North Fifth Street Last Vegas, Nevada ■• •« rrmrA i | y ? HL «if» j8fflS Coffee Shop - Bar - Air Conditioning Free Parking • BILL ELWELL, ' 38 First at Carson Streets - Downtown Las Vegas CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1954 BOULDER CLUB Downtown Las Vegas Nevada SENIOR HISTORIES . . . HONES, LENN, Malad City, Idaho; Business Administration. KING, ANNE, Reno; Primary Education; Phi Alpha Theto; YWCA; FTA; Women ' s Upper Class Committee. KJELDSEN, RAYNER, Lovelock; Political Sci- ence; Sigma Rho Delta; Inter-Fraternity Coun- cil; Phi Alpha Theta; Fleischmonn Scholarship; Debate. KNEZEVICH, JOHN. Yugoslavia Business Ad- ministration. LA BOUNTY, JANICE, Hawthorne; Business Ad; Harolds Club Scholarship; Women ' s Uppercloss Committee. LA MAIN, EARL GARRARD, Reno; Ger man; Sogers; Band. LARSEN, REX MACKAY, Reno; Zoology; Theta Chi; Biology Club. LATHOM, EARL ROBERT, Albion, Calif.; Civil Engineering; Sigma Tou; Jones-Hoover Scholar- ship; ASCE. LAW, WILLIAM B., Reno; Physics; Lambda Delta Sigma; Nu Sigma Mu; Chem. Club. LOVE, JOAN, Reno; History; Gamma Phi Beta; Phi Alpha Theta; Chi Delta Phi; Sogens; Cap Scroll; Adams Scholarship; Ski Club; YWCA Cabinet. LYONS, FLORENCE LEE. Willows. Calif; His- tory; Pi Beta Phi; Phi Alpha Theto; Sogens; Canterbury Club; AWS Board; Ski Club. MACKIE, ALECK. Henderson; Chemistry; Chem Club; Lambda Delta Sigma. MACKIE, ROBERT, Henderson; Chemistry; Chem Club; Lambda Delta Sigma; Basketball. MACLEAN, GEORGE, Reno; Mechanical En- gineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Kappa Phi Nu Sigma Mu; Sigma Tou; Alpha Epsilon Delta Beam Fleischmonn Pre-Med Scholarships ASME; Sogers; Moth Club; Chem Club. MAHER, WILLIAM C, Cortland, N.Y.; Mining Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Sigma Tau. MAHONEY, VINCENT DAVID, Corlin; English; Sigma Rho Delta; Grand Army of the Republic Scholarship; Staff Member Brushfire. Seems like the time to wish you young folks godspeed on your educational journey comes oftener than it used to. Must be that life ' s speeding up and we ' re getting older. Certainly looks that way when you take a look at Las Vegas today and then remember what it was 10 years ago. Probably no place on earth has built up and gotten to be an established community in such a hurry. Nevada is still a land of opportunity — we ' re proving it every day. Keep this in mind as you plan your life ahead. Meanwhile, best wishes to the CLASS OF " 54 Hope we ' ll be seeing you around for a long time to come. Chamber of Commerce 1A$ VEGAS NEVADA WORLD ' S LARGEST GAMBLING CENTER DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS, NEVADA ' 1 SENIOR HISTORIES . . . MALCOLM, MARCIA ANN, Henderson; His- tory; Delta Delta Delta; Phi Alpha Theta; Martin Scholarship; Ski Club. MANNING. R. HOLLIST, Reno; Pre-Legal; Lambda Delta Sigma. MARSHALL, IRENE H., Gordnerville; Home Economics; Pi Beta Phi; Eta Epsilon; Big Bonanza Committee. MAXWELL, ARTHUR L.. Reno; Mechanical En- gineering; Sigma Tou. McCarthy, LORIS JOLINE, Reno; Zoology; Biology Club; Phi Kappa Phi; Adams Scholar- ship; Fleischmann Scholarship. MENU, JOANNE, Reno; Education; Delta Delta Delta; Chi Delta Phi; Who ' s Who; Cap Scroll; Fleischmann Adams Scholarships; Sagens; YWCA; FTA. MILLER, WILLIAM GEORGE, Reno; Biology; Alpha Tou Omega. MOOSE, JOE D., Reno; Electrical Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Blue Key; Upper Class Committee; Senior Class Committee; Coffin Keys; AIEE. MORRIS, BEVERLY, Reno; Elementary Educa- tion; Pi Beta Phi; ASUN; Historian; Panhellenic Council; Sagens; Ski Club; FTA; Newman Club; WRA. MORTIMER, LEROY WAYNE, Gordnerville; Business Administration; Alpha Tou Omega. MUNSON, BERT, Ely; Education; Lambda Chi Alpha; Senator -at- Large; Sophomore Class Manager; Coffin Keys; Who ' s Who; Harolds Club Scholarship; Inter-Fraternity Council; Ski Carnival Committee; Track. MURPHY, BOYD A., Redmond, Utah; Econom- ics; Semenza Scholarship. MYERS, RONALD GLEN, Reno; Economics; Alpha Tou Omega; Blue Key; French Club; Ski Club; Block N; Sogers. MYLES, GEORGE A., Austin; Agricultural Eco- nomics; Theta Chi; Senate. Scaldet Citif CHET TYREE Insurance BOULDER DAM HOTEL •m CENTRAL MARKET Boulder City ' s Number One Stop for Groceries and Meats Dry Goods Reody-to-Weo r MANIX DEPARTMENT STORE Boulder City, Nevada Men ' s Wear Shoes Groceries CONGRATULATIONS University of Nevada ' s Class of 1954. . , WESTERN ELECTROCHEMICAL COMPANY Henderson, Nevada : BASIC MAGNESIUM PLANT HENDERSON TELEPHONE CO. HENDERSON REXALL DRUGS I. N. GRINDELL VAN VALEY ' S SHOES AND MEN ' S WEAR »• •■ Good Luck to the 1954 Graduating Class from UNITED STATES LIME PRODUCTS CORPORATION Henderson Nevada GREETINGS TO THE STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA from STAUFFER CHEMICAL COMPANY OF NEVADA Henderson INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS ■• •■ SENIOR HISTORIES . . . NIELSEN, MARIE, Sparks; Journalism; Delta Delta Delta; Artemisia Editor; Junior and Senior Class Committees; Chi Delta Phi; Cap Scroll; Gothic N; Who ' s Who; Fleischmann, Adams, Layman, Lunsford Scholarships; Press Club; Sa- gens; Fine Arts; Saddle Spurs; Lambda Delta Sigma WRA. NORMANDY, CAROL, Reno; Foreign Lan- guages; Delta Delta Delta; Chi Delta Phi; Cap Scroll; Phi Kappa Phi; Fleischmann, Adams, Klute Scholarships; German Club; Spanish Club; Fine Arts; Saddle Spurs; WRA; Corps of Spon- sors; Polkoteers. NORTON, PATRICK MICHAEL, Reno; Chemis- try, Zoology; Alpha Tau Omega; Chem Club; Alpha Sigma Delta; Pershing Rifles; Scabbard Blade; Newman Club; Ski Club; Election Com- mittee. ODNEAL, R. DALE, Stockton, Calif.; Animal Husbandry; Sigma Rho Delta; Aggie Club. PASQUALE, INEZ, WInnemucca; Romance Languages; Delta Delta Delta; Klute Scholar- ship; Newman Club; Saddle Spurs; Psi Chi; Spanish Club; University Singers. PAULSON. JEANNE, Henderson; Education; Sogens; Senate; Artemisia President; Manzanito Association. PETERSON, ARTHUR D., Babbitt; Journalism; Co-Editor of ' 53 Artemisia; Sigma Delta Chi; Scabbard Blade; Publications Board; Press Club; Sagebrush Staff; Freshman Football. PICCHI, BLANCHE, Sparks; Education; Kappa Alpha Theto; Adams Scholarship; Newman Club; FTA. POLIKALAS, GERMAINE, Reno; English. POLIKALAS, TAKIS A., Athens, Greece; Busi- ness Ad; International Club. POTTER, ROBERT JOSEPH, Reno; Economics; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Sogers; Ski Club; Sun- downers. QUILICI, LEO, Battle Mountain; Business Ad; Alpha Tau Omega; Beam Scholarship; Block N; Rifle Club; Sundowners; Track; Football; Basket- ball. RAMSEY, ALLAN A., Reno; Civil Engineering; Lambda Chi Alpha; ASCE; Block N; Ski Team. TITANIUM METALS CORPORATION OF AMERICA Henderson, Nevada Extends Congratulations and Best Wishes to the 1954 Graduates of the UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES to THE CLASS OF 1954 from MANGANESE INC. J. ander County, the Heart of Nevada, Is Rich in Mining and Ranching. It Offers Activities in All Winter Sports and Is a Mecca for the Angler and the Hunter. LANDER COUNTY P. A kfEfi « H. TEMHIUS RiHO s Lh . ,Ja 4 Pi ylf-fha Ms. Mt tmiie j 6 f j y U p a . ( WV W - : »fe ' .j. " iSMt FT ;4 2§ 4 - B - ' » Z ' ? 9h-d r - 5 : , ? $L o 5 : - i-ft— o. U l .«- 4 ' £ a Ar P i 7 C LA jiJk ii HzunuJ « A f -t A »C. Las Vegas - Sparks - Elko - Ely and Carson City C f-r ( cAxtA-U C A » H- . .y4 • , 4£4M G dckr 05S SENIOR HISTORIES . . . ROHLFING, BARBARA, Reno; Education; Koppo Alpha Theto; YWCA; WRA; Election Board; Junior Class Connmittee. ROHLFING, JANE, Reno; Education; Kappa Alpha Theto; Newnnon Club; Election Board; Saddle Spurs; WRA. RUSSELL, STEWART H., Reno; English. SANDOW, WARREN K., Ely; Botony; Gover- nor ' s Medal; Scabbard Blade; Beta Beta Beta; Rifle Club; Aggie Club; hiighlanders. SCHINDLER, GEORGE EDWARD, Reno; Politi- cal Science; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Cheer Leader; Senior Class Manager; Newman Club; Blue Key; Scabbard Blade; Block N; Inter Faith Coun- cil; Rifle Club; Pershing Rifles; Rally Committee; Upper Class Committee; Football. SCHOOLEY, RUSSELL T., Reno; Political Sci- ence; Basketball. SEABERRY, GERALDINE, Sparks; Education; Kappa Alpha Theto; Band; FTA; Fine Arts; WRA. SEACRIST, WAYNE C, Reno; Electrical Engi- neering; Phi Sigma Kappa; Football; Basketball. SEAL, EVA IDELLE, Lovelock; Education. SHARP, MILTON, Wells; Civil Engineering; Sigma Nu, President; ASUN, President; Sigma Tou; Who ' s Who; Harolds Club Scholarship; Sogers; Blue Key; Coffin and Keys; Scabbard Blade; Interfroternity Council; Block N; Big Bo- nanza Chairman; Track. SOMMER, ARTHUR E., Reno; Electrical Engi- neering; AEII. STIMMEL, ROBERT H., Arcadia, Calif; Civil Engineering; ASCE. TEMPINSKI, EDWARD W., Powtucket, R. I.; Mining; Crucible Club President. TIPPIN, DONALD JAY, Hawthorne; Pre-Legal; Harolds Club Scholarship. THOMAS, HELEN J., Sparks; Sociology; Delta Delta Delta; Fine Arts; YWCA; Bond. TOUT, CARL S. JR., Reno; Metallurgical Engi- neering; Grand Army of Republic, Jones-Hoover Scholarships. VonMETER, BARBARA, Sparks; Elementary Ed- ucation; Delta Delta Delta; ASUN Secretary; AWS Vice-President; Phi Alpha Theto; Chi Delta Phi, President; Sigma Rho Delta; Cap Scroll; Who ' s Who; Fleischmann Jewett Ad- ams Scholarships; Panhellenic Council; YWCA Cabinet; Newman Club; Ski Club; Band. VI ETA, CORINNE, Lovelock; Biology; Delta Delta Delta; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Phi Alpha Theto; WRA; Newman Club. WARREN, OLIVER E., Chico, Calif; Civil En- gineering; ASCE. WEAVER, ROLLIE A., Fallon; Agriculture; Sears Roebuck Scholarship; Aggie Club. WEST, NANCY, Sparks; Education; Delta Delta Delta, President; Chairman, ASUN Activities File; Who ' s Who; Sogens; Cap Scroll; Beam Adams Scholarships; Fine Arts Club; Band; YWCA; WRA; University Singers; Panhellenic Council. WILCOX. RICHARD W., Caliente; Chemistry; Alpha Tou Omega; Lambda Delta Sigma. WILSON, HUGH DUANE, Reno; Chemistry; Chemistry Club. WINKEL, ROBERT A., Reno; Business Ad; Lambda Chi Alpha; Student Union Committee Chairman; Ski Carnival Social Chairman; Cof- fin Keys; Ski Club; Blue Key. WITTWER. GERALD, Bunkerville, Nev.; Agri- cultural Education; Aggie Club; University Singers. WOOD, NORMAN M., Tallapoosa, Georgia; Wildlife Management; Highlanders; Crucible Club; Biology Club. YENTER, DOROTHY BERGER, Carson City; Education; Delta Delta Delta; Standard Oil Scholarship; A.A.U.W. Scholarship; BPW Schol- arship; YWCA; FTA; Orchesis. YOUNG, PETER F., Kentfield, Calif Mining En- gineering; Theto Chi; Crucible Club; Wolves Frolic. YRUETA, EILEEN JOYCE, Winnemucca; Physi- cal Education; Delta Delta Delta; Pems; WRA. ZUNINO, MARY JANE, Reno; Primary Educa- tion; Koppo Alpha Theta; Senate; AWS Coun- cil; Sogens; WUS. I " f tfujjj - jzj p tvcmmM ig IM


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