University of Nevada - Artemisia Yearbook (Reno, NV)

 - Class of 1956

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™$m • ■ ■B ■ r 1 1 ■ • ■. V ■ • • :V [ I Wg k ' " f f ' ' ffiS " %fM . HfflaP 7| p ■■ ■ • ■ ■■ ImSS zS nineteen . ■ . ' : ■ editor . . . evalyn titus business manager . . . janet quilici photographer . . . wayne trewhitt art editor . . . Virginia coleman class editor . . . myram borders social editor . . . mary ann mears organization editor . . . barbara cavanaugh sports editor . . . dave pruett activities editor . . . rochelle maclean secretary . . . wynona bromley XT £ %- X ' » A °. «? " « 3fc . . . let it snow . . . more snow? . . . the campus became a winter wonderland . . . it was fun sliding into class . . . slipping down stairs . . . oops . . . put that snowball down . . . brrrrr . . . but the skating on manzanita was terrif . . . " would you mind helping me up? " i I ' Jt 1 5W speed limit 15 miles . . push, men . . : M- J ' .1 i ■» Mf We " . ' f ' s t • Monroe . . eg ' nn!n 9 to l Qok ;fc V . , . l i ' ill ' ■• ' ■ " . ■ - _ « h; ( - ' 4 y anna race? Vef ' °°U 9 " onzanHa to my fellow alumni: education in primary and secondary schools and particularly in universities and all institutions of higher learning can have no greater obligation than to instill in youth a love of this great nation of ours . . . each should leave any school with a firm belief in the institutions of our nation and the freedom which is guaranteed all under our constitution . . . only when each and every youth carries into adult life a loyalty which will brook no compromise with the fundamentals of our nation and its basic law can we hope to retain the right to a free education . . . this loyalty must be such that it will always inspire youth, and in an equal de- gree each adult, with a burning desire to support, by any sacrifices necessary, our constitution and the basic principles of equality, the right to worship and speak as we please and to work and live as we desire . . . charles h. russell governor of nevada the university of nevada today is under- going one of its greatest periods of ex- pansion ... as the state itself has grown in population and industry of all types, educational demands upon its only institu- tion of higher learning have grown , , , our campus can no longer encompass a small sphere of service . . . the state itself must be our campus, and its needs must be our guiding norms . . . progress in all ages has followed in the footsteps of education and enlightenment . . . therefore, our goal must be that of leadership in progress . . . only in this way can we fulfill the true meaning of a uni- versity. minard w. stout, president university of nevada govern c " or « tu " . . . the inner sanctum of university affairs . . . finance is the critical problem . . . facilities and equipment inadequate . . . : lus prof ' s salaries . . . student union building plans also causing snags . . . legis- ature cautious . . . progress is evident, lowever . . . new college of business . . . donations for music department improve- ments accepted . . . regents elected by state populice . . . always in the public limelight . . . responsibility tremendous . . . vernon scheid . . . mackay school of mines garold holstine . . college of education ». John bertrand . . . college of agriculture ralph irwin . . . college of arts and science V S ' -e - Co ,, M I N I f T r I R clarence byrd . . . registrar and director of admissions james mcnabney . . . graduate manager robert laxalt . . . university service editor home economics ... p. tripple . . . d. sidwell . . . j. harper . . . m. swift . . . m. horn . . . aflP T. • °° a 9ronomy anTT ' WS ; • • C d ran f 9 f --a yemen , " " " " • • • r. m,i r W,n9 r ' • J ' -ooe? ' - ' • " . cords . . e . " ; • • e. hocfceff V eT " r2» b. peterson . • .. der da e • r. cox • • • m " ' I . ro- tregea V,. k« pa +ncK maloney ' ' P o n ' ' " ' e w ?d e . ' • V - boh O j physics . . . d. skabelund . . . e. soltysik . . . s. leifson . . . t. frazier education . . . £• ; J .££? .. »X, ■ ■ P- • christensen . . b. newory c. farnswortn • • library l°hnson I hill, I ' • hodky Srn ' th • • r. m . , e - fco n, es a ' berstodf music f Ireeburne c . . • f- Mckman ' . w. macy • « ' • Van Me peering ' ' I- Van w. Van +a 5 s e l civil engm eenng y,. b odg eH c. breese v,. 9° rr on • • c. hammond f . nel son • w - smy+h . . f. j. seim v iiliams • • I- k. kemp beesM • V ra° ieflv a cs ' aer e rs s go • • c " amorous) • i ' m, ' ' er , , 1 • • ' • ' o r,V ers V efefon, ev , " ' «• coon ey Ve " P fs X • 9- d e rot , t. V • ■ v VU ' " $ ° bo cV t0 «v • V vC . . . jerry mann — a.s.u.n. presi- dent, esquire . . . got any problems? . . . he ' s the chief campus mediator . . . with a sly " hi " and a cigar clamped between his fingers (he ' s a natural politician) " jer " has al- ways been around at the book store, in the s.u. building, or buzzing by on the fly to get things done in an exceptional way this year . . . sigma nu ' s are proud to own him . . . past activities include winter carni- val chairman, assemblies chair- man, president of young re- publicans, blue key, block n, and coffin and keys . . . whew . , . hats off to you " jer " . . . you ' ve really been an asset to the u. of n. . . . sandra mitts, a.w.s. presi- dent and top woman official on campus ... her disarming chuckle and captivating manner have won " sandy " many friends . . . kept busy as jr. class man- ager, member of sagens, cap and scroll, sagebrush (author of " dirty bits " scandal sheet su- preme), press club, and young democrats (oh! oh! . . . but " jer " doesn ' t mind) . . . tri delts like her too . . . especially her imitations . . . co-ed capers and the a.w.s. fashion show were her " babies " . . . very good . . . we ' ll miss her in the future . . «: «. ' «• hf« $ a.s.u.n. senate . . . mike marfisi . . . Julie stavros . . . john Ingram . . . earl hawley . . . Iloyd whalen . . . gerry zeitler . . . jan chiatovichf . . . sandra mitts . . . jerry mann . . . pat cordes . . . steve dollinger . . . phyllis crowder . . . shirley alle orr . . . John jepsen . . . marilyn feathers . . . a. s. u. n. senate . . . governing body of the students . . . really big difficulties discussed here . . . the investigation by the state legislature . . . revising the constitution . . . student control or administrative? . . . big name band . . . pennies were scarce . . . limitations on floats and house decorations . . . fate of the expelled . . . heated arguments sometimes . . . distinct honor to be a member . . . senators-at-large voted membership all houses represented . . . also the dorms . . . and the engineers . . . sophomore class committee . . . steve dollinger, president . . . susie kuypers . . . Virginia dupes . . . cameron samuels . . . cris cufflin senior class committee . . . back row I. to r. . . . bill van wagoner . . . bob louis . . . pat mahoney . . . roger trounday . . . duane glanzmann . . . front row . . wait anderson . . . barbara erb . dixie sturges . . . annette dickson georgia meyers . . . nancy hewins . altenburg, president . . . w i£? junior class committee . . . back row I. to . earl hawley . . . moustafa shishakly wait wiseman, president . . . ronald soule . . . jim fast . . . front row . . . bar- bara cavanaugh . . . louise harrison . . . beverly ricketts . . . Joanne ortiz . . . gloria urriola . . . not pictured, wayne trewhitt . . . freshman class committee . . . back row I. to r. . . . carol gardenswartz . . . torn burns, president . . . spiros anastassatos . . . front row . . . bonnie stewart . . . letitia sawle kathy zimmerman . . . don ferrari . . . jim corica . . . oatd rush and Jf 6 « • a ' 0s mfc err ' Q 7 farm I ' m ln 9 . ' ■ e " r«17 ess °S ' n £ Pat ney cord e s ' " on. £ 22« bQrb or Q c sh 0w Ver K ocf B Oj 00,? or VQn 9h ' ' ■ ° " ' ce C A; ' S or " ill S Po o4 ' c er • • onn; e £ • ft, ' " • do " " o f!sher SUZ ° Cf ■ . ' ' " " " MX " r S • • • °V " V of executive committee . . . busy doing groundwork for student government . . . earl hawley . . . chuck coyle . . . sandy mitts . . . jerry mann . . . pat cordes . . . John ingram . . . historian, paula gray for a.s.u.n. . . . keeps scrapbook women ' s upperclass committee . . . where is your bible, freshmen . . . pat cordes . . . pat boland . . . lola honey . . . gail alten- burg . . . janet quilici . . . jan chiatovich . . . joan sawle . . . dixie sturges . . . sim- mie cooper . . . beverly ricketts . . . donna fisher . . . roxanna miller . . . men ' s upper class committee ... get a beard or in the lake yo u go . . . eddi« alvarez . . . larry barrett . . . John ingram . . . martin Johnson . . . John meder . ed olesen . . bill rusk . . . stan draper ... joe viani, chairman . . . ron logar . dick golliher . . . inter-faith council . . . sponsors the annual religious emphasis week on campus . . back row . . frank way . . louis sutton . . donald travis . . jim vincent . John scott, president . . front row . . barbara kaufman . . pat spurlock . . sail freedman . . ida tout . . not pictured, simmie cooper . . card stunt committee . . planned and carried out card tricks at football games . . diane oldenburg . . barbara cavanaugh . . geo rgia meyers . . coraleta feary . . buzzy fray, chairman . . donna fisher . . beverly ricketts . . audrey bernard . mears . . mary ann assembly committee . . helped entertain us at as- semblies on thursdays . . gary kissel . . don rasmussen . . chris katopothis . . richard bortolin marlene lewis . . gary wilkerson . dick hamilton . . tim hogan rally committee . . get behind the team and attend those allies . keith holland . . tina miller . . barbara erb . . buster lynn Johnson . . don shuper . . patsy terry . . annette . myram borders . . norman schultz . . gary brock . . bill sprow, chairman . . assembly committee . . arranged for assemblies and entertainment which was outstanding . . bob faiss, chairman . . ron moroni . . trudy caddel . . coraleta feary . . rusty ballinger . . janet Jordan . . dick byron . . cathy hill . . mike dewees . . jerry jones . . jan chiotovich . . charlie myerson . . sewell . dickson -J ,t ™ — — . . . a senior at last! . . . socially and schol- astically ... no more eight o ' clocks? . . . somebody goofed . . . but, no more regis- tration lines! . . . cap and gown visions . . . the senior ball . . . elite swish affair . . . get out the dinner jackets, fellas . . . then there ' s the picnic at Tahoe . . . guests at the junior class sponsored breakfast . . . baccalaur- eate Sunday . . . finally the last trek from the quad . . . hard-worked-for sheepskin presented . . . June 4th . . . congrats and farewell class of ' 56. robert bollard william barrett janeane bodel! grant bowler ralph brinton ray brown iames brune john cardinally s © n ■ r phyllis crowder gerald crowe don crowell jo ann elston barbara erb m f e n i . robert jepsen edgar Johnson bob jones betty ihfe do rothy kine susan mc ewm rochelle maclean david mahoney jerry mann jerome markoski marjorie mortensen norman martin carole matthiessen poppe § e n i % I § James wright 1 edward alvarez waller anderson richard arden josie aufdermaur waiter wiseman junior class president marvin baker george ball jack batchelder beverly beeson eugene belli ardys bennett audrey bernard mary bishop pat boland John boone bill bowser bob brown donna butler u II I J arthur carlson Barbara cavanaugh janice chiatovich janet chism annie lee condie ted contri simmie cooper pat cordes george corfield chuck coyle edwin crandal! ann cronln don cutler barb ara aamrow hugh davis lynn delong ed depaoli robert devlin holly dorland Stanford draper denise dwyer norma dyer KJkI tfMtftfM . . . upper classmen this year . . . decorating for junior prom . . . the big night is finally here . . . wonder- ful dance . . . the rollicking junior class picnic in spring . . . played host at the junior-senior breakfast . . . only one more year to go . . . gary earl harry ericson keith ernst eugene espin dennis evans jim fast coraleta feary robert ferraro donna fisher mm k, P e 90 folkes morris friberg joanne garwood max goble stewart hampton charles handley philip hannifan charles harrison louise harrison lawrence hawley waiter headrick pat heehs george hellerich louis heltzel lee holland steele houx bill howton jacquelyn hunt John ingram roger Iveson tommy jayo gregory jeanbart lillian Johnson lynn Johnson martin Johnson rodger Johnson don jones shari Jordan terry Icatzer eugene kiliany betty landers don lane 1 charlotte lemafre ron logar william long gary lundergreen gary luther william macdonald samuel macias penny macneil francine mannix mike marfisi thomas mark diane martin w% dino martini louella matheus william mattern John mayeroff torn mc claskey mary ann mears john meder roxanna miller richard mills richard miolini • II J n i e i § norman montelatici arthur montrose patrick moore edward mouw gail munk anita munoz torn murie kirmach natani george nelson don odell diane oldenburg thomas ormsby margaret orr joanne oriiz oakley parker joe patridge gerry patterson robert pearson robert petroni george pettersen glen piretto harold plummer KMl louls porta jay powell beverlee read 0 % IUmJ- : mary reckers » jack reimers t m beverly ricketts K S yfc - ' don ricketts stan summers howard swart James taylor sheila taylor hank rilling joan sawle james schenk robert scott buster sewell moustafa shishakly donald shuper dixie simonsen ronald soule ernest soumbeniotis diane spina patricia spurlock robert stange mary stevenson margaret stodieck ajit sudan dan sullivan gael sullivan WMMIWBKMMMMMHHL " yvonne thornton gene timmons John tollefson peter tolotti pat tompkins don travis wayne trewhitt james trimbell raymond tucker james lusk gloria urriola miller vaughan John vetter joe viani darrell waite m i u H •I leroy wilcox george wilkinson george woodward frank zilkey I 6 r I ) bill adams marilyn akers albert alcorn joanne backer gilbert ballinger janie barber larry barrett cris cufflin sophomore class president janet barton marilyn baugh sam beeghly shirley behymer donald bernard pat bertrand erik beyer vanessa bianco powell booth myram borders richard bortolin max botz pierre boutet elmo bradley gary brock wynona bromley marilyn brooks f william brown donna burgess celia bush P h e richard coatney gerald cobb harry coliiver Joyce conley I martin conlin albert cooper Joseph crook kathy currie larry damon § clay darrow barni davenport dick deleissegues jim de priest mike dewees . . . almost two years of college life gone . . . hoping the next two go as quickly . . . combining with the frosh for a friday the 13th dance . . - down to defeat at the frosh-soph field day . . . upper classmen next semester . . . bill eddelman marva edwards Joseph e.llison lois enders robert faiss angeline farros marilyn feathers robert ferrari george folsom tr + § sally freedman thomas friberg ken fujii charles fulkerson r h judy garell jerrie germain theresa gibson jim gilbert charlotte gleason n AH ! harvey gordon marlene gregory mary hackwood ann hancock harold hansen I gary harrigan bob hauser bilbo helms robert hemphill timothy hogan louis hufchinson mary jackson sharon Johnson fred jonasen stuart jones judy kautz bill Icyle jean lagomarsino james laporte sophie lemich bob lewis connie long ken longero dave lowe laura macphee harry mangrum John manhire jackie manoukian leo macias marie mc-donough william mckenna mariorie mea bettina miller gene moffett penelope molineux phyllis montrose ron moroni Patrick morris george murphy robert ness mike newell sandra nickell John north edgar olesen janet olsen edwin Osgood shirley ozman ace parker christina peschel jim phalan delores phalen jan phelps beverlee pomin eldredge porch waiter prentiss vernon pursel mary richards joann rogero Virginia rump evelyn ruybalid cameron samuels william schroeder suzanne Schwartz m m f h norman scoggin louis scott John sibbald t joan smith gayle sommer braden stauts bob stratton in frank sullivan lewis sutton jesse swart william thornton ida tout art vaughn marguerite vindrola eugene wahl katherine warner frank way norman wessel lloyd whalen linda wilkerson jerry williams EWJiifc J ron wilson dave wood sonnie woods gail wooster william wrighf elaine zeitlmann david adoms carol adamson george adoor janene assures lucille atkinson james aylworth craig bel! marlene bel! jerry berry gail allison evelyn ames spiros anastassatos garyandreas norma jeanne annett Justine antoi larry ball John barlow anthony bastanchury belinda bausman lawrence beebe carol beeso ben bingaman marjorie bolander gayle booth marshall borgna maurice borgna John bosta jack boyd harry brown wally colder frosh dinks and ribbons . . . painting the n. . . . new kinds of fun and excitement . . . getting homesick . . . having a ball at all the zany dances . . . some becoming greek affiliates . . . dormitory riots . . . trying to find class rooms . . . the headaches of registra- tion . . . three more years of this? hugh bradford carolyn braswell roger bremner Icay brower kenneth brown lawrence brunetti richard bryan trudy caddel John callaghan kay-calvin dave cannon marian capurro ra ji r tii torn burns freshman class manager jerry cahill caryl carano ml I -▼ incy chandler david christensen colleen clayton jim corica ruth corsiglia marcia craig ay dohoney ed dollard pat dunn sue coffil al creel nadine edmondson harlan elges waunita combs Jeanne condrey donna cook marsha demorest toni de reynier william devereux marilyn cook cliff devine f t e f h faye engell e belinda coppin douglas dobson yvonne ert Joyce etchebarren barbara evans N |ay evans bob firth ralph gamboa jerry evans ted evans don ferrari marilyn ferreira gary foster billy frade carol francy larry frantzen buddy garcia carol gardenswartz mary garrett richard giannotti mike fevurly julie furlong §!!•%. $ " !ftfc ' : larry fritz leslie fry ' fc M ' to ' ' GZZr richard golliher roger grable ed granados gwenlyn guinn cari guth torn Harris Itaren harvey joan heater dale heath harry heck evan house virgil jackson lynn jasin marilyn jensen danny Johnson Carolyn hall nancy heehs kay Johnston richard hamilton william henderson max jones charles harmon keith holland ronald jones david harri: judy hollister elsie joost f r e ianet Jordan julianne judge diane kane kathleen karstens chris katopothis torn keegan james kees pat king carol kirrene karen knudson joni kreatz bette lamb harold lamb pat lamoreaux mary lanahan s h e M gerald larson • " • fciatv j hard latham paul lauzen herry longero waiter looney | vid mathews nancy mc-clintic robert lear warren lerude david lowenthal madeline mac Icenzi; eddiemccomb patricia mc culley marlene lewis donald mann bill mc daniel nancy lewis maxine monsor arlen mc gee James lloyd barbara marcus colleen mc mahon betty lockhart anka markovich charles mc vey truett loftin janet matheus bernard mergen michael merrill ann merryman waiter mickelson david middlebrook merle moss jack moyle margaret meyer ray midzor deanne munk gerald meyers ella mae michael bill moody mickey moran glenn munsel! di-ann newby jane nightingale david persons william rankin nedra norton ken oakberg neal o ' -doan |oe ortiz frank oxborrow ron pahor joan papez shirley parker helen peterson edgar piper Joan polli alex proutsos david pruett Virginia pucci lance puett pat randall i pat raum dark reber kaye reid harry reno del rice gordon rice jane richardson edith rittenhou: Cynthia robertson henry rodeen lloyd rohr mary lee ronnow bruce rossman patricia rouse Janice rowntree James rubenstein steve rucker william rusk clyde sabala marilyn salvi letitia sawle william schofield norman schultz ■_.Ji_. :. .... .-_ -JuBS MB _...-. ■W ■ ' 4: )IMi - 1 XT " ' i4 l fti Jfe L v ii fc ohn seeliger lichael smith garry stone howard seeman murdock smith richard stringham honor settelmeyer donna soderstrom beyerly tanner donald sharp gary soule Stanley terrell gayle shipley farol lee spell sally thorn h carolyn sholl john staley rene thorne e bob sillery evelyn stentz joan tobler chuck smith bonnie stewart mary ann tonini evangeline smith irene stewart torn trabert H ray trease mary trances tucker pat turner bill viani delores watson louanne, wheeler paul turner john whisler lorry upson edith widner richard yates cathy zimmerman tilton zumwalt marilyn akers shirley alien janene assuras josie aufdermaur shirley behymer . . . goofed at homecoming, but a queen at last . . . bourbon rose no less . . . then came aggie rodeo queen, blackfoot-whitefoot prin- cess, and mackay day queen . . . soup for lunch again! " .... . where, oh where, are the candles . . . patter of little feet ... lights out again . . .some trophies ... homecoming float, skit, winter carnival, scholarship . . . anything new? . . . who ' s a; whiner this week . . . campused for dirty dishes . . . needed one dish- washer . . . " stick ' em with a tri- dent " girls . . , marva edwards ois enders barbara evans angeline farros corale+o feary marilyn ferreira carol gardenswartz jo artne garwood theresa gibson gwenlyn guinn mary jean hackwood corolyn had ouise harrison Judy hollister mary carol Jackson marilyn Jensen ka+hleen karstens Judy kautz joni kreatz patricia lamoreaux mary ann lanahan sherry longero rochelle maclean diane martin nancy mc clintic ann merryman bettina miller sandra mitts penelope molineux dolly montgomery delta delta delta guylene ferguson beverlee read Cynthia robertson marilyn salvi patricia samon honor settelmeyer dixie simonsen evangeiine smith dixie s+urges evalyn titus carol tollefson mary frances tucker janet quilici delores watson gail wooster diann newby Sandra nicke nedra norton diane oldenburg margaret orr Janice chigtovicK sue coffill wuanita combs ruth corsiglia Joyce drisdole Virginia dupes barbara erb Joyce e+chebarren donna fisher carol francy mary jane garreft jerrie germain paula gray karen harvey ola honey jean lagomarsino marlene lewis betty lockhart francine luwe madeline mac-kemie lauro moc-phee . . . known nationally as first " soror- ity " . . . another campus first . . . formal pledge presentation . . . their chapter singing casts its spell . . . of course having jan chiatovich around helps . . . christmas caroling in- creased the u. of n. holiday spirit ... by the way, who left the design on the lawn? . . . pledges got frisky with the s. a. e. trophies one night . . . s. a. e. ' s created a few red faces . . . hmmm . . . put their thinking caps on first semester . . . came up with the scholarship improvement plaque sue Humphrey francine mannix mary ann mears merle moss charlyne reid mary richards jo ann rogero Suzanne Schwartz mary Virginia sheehan gayle sommer evelyn stentz loene tippin patricia vessey marguerite vindrola Joyce wilson barbaro allison gail altenburg doris ames evelyn ames janet barton Joyce belaustegu! pat bertrand shelley branch marilyn brooks donna butler barbara cavanaugh peggy cimijotti Icathi christensen alice cochran pat cordes . . . great friends of the fire depart- ment . . . just toasting marshmallows, boys . . . " we just gotta have new showers " . . house of queens . . miss hi . . homecoming . . and military ball belles reside here . . pink ele- phants flying about too . . ze kittie kat now residing at sunny acres in carson . . five who ' s whoses . . golly . . phyllis crowder lynn |asin carole matthiessen lynn de long sharon Johnson marjorie mead annette dickson peggy follies diane kane karen kerper helen meader lois mc auliffe nancy heehs pat heehs dorothy hill pat king karen knudson betty landers marie susan mc ewin anita munoz mc donough K mary lee ronnow cameron samuels carolyn schwarz nancy schweiss joan smith donna soderstrum diane spina irene stewarJ margaret stodieck sheila taylor gloria urriola katherine warner bonnie woods cathy zimmerman lucille atltinson myram borders kay calvin marilyn cook ka+hy currie marsha demorest toni de reynier deanie edmondson car! guth ann hancock nancy hewins katherine hill lillian Johnson nora kellogg carol kirrene suianne kuypers louella matheus roxanna miller Joanne ortii jane richardson pi phi ' s memories are made of this . . . golf balls on the front lawn . . . Stanford skiers clomping down steps at 6 a.m. . . . pledges hashing at frats . . . excited about getting paddled . . . everyone flaked out in living room . . . studying for finals, 3:00 a.m. . . . new recreation room in the basement . . . this way, fellas . . . mesa costume dance . . . dig those crazy p.j. ' s . . . i» e t k i beverly riclcetts Virginia rump joan sawle letitia sawle gayle shipley farol lee spell julie stavros sally torn laine zeitlmann audrey Bernard, president . A Ml albert alcorn 9 ar y andreas richard arden marshall borgna maurice borgna pierre boutet dave cardinalli John cardinal!] gerald cobb george ball roger bremner jim corica larry ball robert ballard lawrence bsebe sam beeghly ralph brinton ray brown richard bryan dennis burge chuck coylo don crowell ed davis james domenici . . these are the hairy chested men . .unusual trophy on display . . after ski carnival . . homecoming float burro stolen . . oh where, oh where has our burro gone . . . no, you can ' t eat here, if you don ' t sleep here . . . serenading at last! . " mbther, oh mother, come home " skit sounded strangely familiar . . . tau ' s are the black feet for the black-foot white-foot dance . . . 2nd year . . wha hoppen to the " cocoanuts? " vernon durlcee harlan eiges keith ernst eugene espin larry fritz leslie fry ralph gamboa bob genasci charles harmon gary harrigan dave harris bilbo helms jerry evans dan goodman harold hodge jim fast ed granados bill howton mike fevurly charles handley edward leslie bill frade phil hannifin bob lewis 4ll»h4 ken longero david lowenthal dino martini john meder george michitsch norman montelatici jack moyle gail munk george nelson mark nicklanovich waiter pentiss jim potts ralph powell pat raum del rice gordon rice clyde sabala robert scott John seeliger john sibbald murdock smith ernest soumbeniotis gary stone richard stringham frank sullivan torn trabert don travis ray trease roger trounday bill viani joe viani george wilkinson bill witt everet witt tilton zumwalt GaBf elmo bradley max goble Phi w f4. l raiPiii n phi! collins richard golliher william dennett harvey gordon george evans ray gore gary foster earl hawley liGMd KAPPA robert hemphill paul lauzen virgil jackson rruett lof+in gregory jeanbart torn murie |erry Jones edgar olesen don lane roger pe+tenger mmmm . . house almost auctioned for de- nquent taxes . . . slight oversight . . brothers from Stanford staged i raid . . . " ah, ah, boys . . . bring jack those trophies, ash trays, pic- ures, and blackboard! " . . . their uppet skit, wailing boat float, and henagerie mountain copped display irsts . . . perhaps wait wiseman, irteest excellence, had something to o with it . . . incidentally, they have i new piano ... no athletes in this ©use, but the scholarship fraternity rophy rest here . . . jack reimers donald rutherford moustafa shishakly donald shuper dennis smith robert stange jesse swart harry upson waiter wiseman John etcheto . . . three day centennial celebration this year . . . 100,000th pin, too . . . what a celebration, wow . . . stab that cow! . . . disappearing trophies . . . new vault presently in construction . . . oh, oh, girls . . . this is the house of music . . . each member carries autographed picture of petrillo . . . " violet, violet, you ' re the fairest flower to me " . . . famous for harmony . . . buzz etcheto graduating . . . fire in their stair- way . . . have a great housemother . . . donald bernard ben bingaman richard bortolin hugh bradford dave cannon robert cooper douglas dobson steve dollinger mike evans ted evans linn terguson stew hampton Steele houx don jones max jones don kissig wayne kramer James laporte robert lewis ron logar gary luther § ■ G a I e p § ■ I harry mangrum Jerome markoski eddie mc comb charles mc vey michael merrill glen munsell edwin Osgood ace parker oakley parker gerry patterson robert petroni j!m phalan william rankin harry reno bruce rossman steve rucker norman scoggin buster sewell john staley braden stauts art vaughn John vetter leroy wilcox rkhard yates dan sullivan, presi dent John bosta lawrence brunetti torn burns harry colliver martin conlin ted contri Joseph croolc larry damon clay darrow hugh davis jim de priest william devereux cliff devine mike dewees ray do honey ed dollord jim dunseath bill eddelman harry ericson robert ferrari robert ferraro bob firth george folsom thomas friberg buddy garcia richard giannotti jim gilbert harold hansen iiGma nu tom harris charles harrison bob hauser dale heath jeorge hellerich louis heltzel william ted hunnewell John ingram John |epsen robert jepsen lynn Johnson martin Johnson henderson bob Jones . . . white rose dance difficulty . . . substitution for tahoe . . . clambake on the tram . . . keep those dirty feet off the new rug, men . . . house with hi fi and t. v. . . no wonder girls don ' t have any dates . . . resting place of the kinnear trophy and the most preferred men on campus . . . sigh . . . reproductions from playboy and escapade for the " jailbird " . . . wow ... ski club called little sigma nu . . . student body president and athlete of the year belong here . . . plus others . . . horold lamb jerry mann warren lerude mike marfisi gary robert litton waiter looney lundergreen sam macias don mann tom mc claskey cal mead ray midzor richard miolini bill moody george morns james morris patriclc morris george murphy dave necco mike newell jim nightingale john north joe ortiz joe patridge wayne pearson david persons frank phelps glen piretto harold plummer louis porta david pruett vernon pursel pat randall ames rubenstein flGMa nu bob smith chuck smith dean smith michael smith william sprow howard swart lester Sweeney stan summers william thornton gene timmons John tollefson peter tolotti wayne trewhitt raymond tucker paul turner I van wagoner jerry williams ron wilson bill wollitz william wright howard seeman donald sharp bob sillerv ... ski carnival decoration sensa- tional . . " i dreamt i went to ski carnival in my maidenform bra " . . . new weekend hiking club tor actives . . morning serenades, yet . . vanish- ing trophies . . . now you see it, now you don ' t . . . pinnings galore . . . drink up the free beer, men . . . barbeque and spring outing . . . golly . . . dream girl dance . . . also some displaced pirates here . . . regional ski meet of theta chi ' s . . . James alyworth John barlow william barrett max botz harry brown william brown John boone dale burt John callaghan chris cufflin charles fulkerson don cutler roger grable donald draper kei+h holland Joseph ellison lee holland |ay evans danny Johnson jerry fowler fred jonasen ' -V rife ■ v-.j -! thefo Chi robert thomason, president terry katzer eugene kiliany dave lowe david mahoney patrick mahoney william mattern John middlebrook george pettersen dwight powell dark reber william schofield louis scott gory soule ronald soule charles taylor James taylor darrell waite james wright dave wood george woodward . . . finally in their brand new house . . . it ' s been party time ever since . . . sundowner christening . . . had a slave sale . . . they ' ll have furniture in six years . . . chinese manufacturer a little slow . . . hilarious wolves frolic skit . . . bob faiss m. c. . . . tim hogan ' s been around in b.v.d. ' s occasionally too . . . gary brock, president . . . " give a cheer, give a cheer, for the boys who drink the bcter. " . . . waiter anderson marvin baker erik beyer powell booth bill bowser joe brennan jerry cahill david christensen richard coatney al creel dick deleissegues ed depaoli stan draper bob faiss don ferrari richard hamitton timothy hogan evan house roger iveson earl jarrett torn jayo bill kyle bill mac donald jack manhire bill mc daniel am o4a ckt all ! gary brock ron moroni edward mouw harvey nei robert ness john nugent ken oakberg . . . what happens before the game? . . . idle chatter while suiting up . . . locker room tension . . . players ' minds wander to the man they II be hitting when the game starts . . . olces are terrible . . . coach mc eachron chalk talks . . . " o.k. you guys, let ' s get started " slams their hearts in their throats ... in a minute . . . out on the field struggling through warm-ups . . . . . . rooters yelling mounts and sub- sides . . . coaches discuss tactics from sidelines . . . " get in there " sends bill long speeding into the huddle ... on the bench . . . players ' tension increases . . . wait for sub- stitutes . . . time runs out . . . pistol shot ends the game . . . screams of delight ... I. a. state defeated . . . everyone mills about . . . players head for locker room ... van peters . . quarterback clarence nevin . . halfbacl MP wait ryals . . center clay darrow . . tackle! . ken fujii . . quarterback % ■ " bottom I. to r.: spiros anastassatos, jerry tobin, charles Harmon, bill rusk, ken fujii, bill bowser, jim wright, frank nenzel, bob litton. second row, I. to r.: dan sullivan, larry fritz, jim fast, frank sullivan, van peters, jerry berry, bill long, torn friberg, martin Johnson, phil hatch, third row, I. to r.: dave person, clay darrow, joe viani, marv baker, wait ryals, mike leslie, al creel, clarence nevin, norman chico, george ball, bill howton, bob smith, marie lammori. . . . cal aggies 26, nevada 7 . . . home for the first time, the nevada wolfpack fell before a charged up cal aggie team . . . playing a fundamentally good game, though losing by score, the silver and blue did not lose dis- gracefully . . . nevada ' s only tally came in the second period of the game on a 75 yard run by bill bowser . . . fundamentally the defense was very good e . . . fresno state 47 : nevada 9 ... on the road and under the arcs for the third straight week, nevada succumbed to a high powered and well-balanced fresno team . . . nevada ' s gameness and determination against hopeless odds drew cheers of approval from the fresno rooters . . . al creel ' s field goal in the waning minutes of the game was followed by nevada ' s only touchdown . . . harmon made the score . . . . . . guess who has the bal . . . chico state 47 . . . nevada O . . . before a large home- coming day crowd, nevada played its only afternoon game of the season and (groan) lost to a strong chico eleven . . . on the bright side for the pack was the good defense line play led by all-conference wait ryals, who was outstanding all sea- son ... injuries left nevada in trouble . . . sac. state 7 . . . nevada 28 . . . suffering from the first game set- back, the wolf pack had a difficult time finding themselves in the first half of the game . . . the score was knotted at 7-7 during the inter- mission . . . coach goray ' s half-time entertainment stimulated the pack into three more tallies during the final 30 minutes to give nevada a 28-7 victory . . . the highlight of the game was chuck harmon ' s 90 yard touchdown run from scrimmage . . . bill bowser and chuck harmon scored twelve points each . , , . . . litton strains for yardage . . . chico man gets plowed under . . . s.f . state 18... nevada 7 . . . under the arcs in san francisco, the wolf pack opened their 1955 season against a strong gator team . . . the pack taking advantage on the opening kickoff . . . sent harmon 92 yards for a touchdown . . . creel kicked the extra point ... at half time nevada led 7 to 6, but when s. f. state put over their second and third tallies in the closing minutes of the game, nevada stubbornly bowed out . . . although hard fought and one of the better games of the season, the pack wound up on the short end of an 1 8 to 7 score . . . . . . los angeles state 12 . . . nevada 13 . . . the wolf pack came from behind twice in the first half to gain a one point victory over the los angeles state devils in their final home appearance of the season . . . bowser scored both touch- downs, one an I I yard pass from ken fujii . . . heads up defense play proved nevada ' s strength . . . torn friberg, joe viani . . . and clay darrow turned in outstanding performances . . . . . . humboldt state 46 . . . nevada 6 . . . the final grid tilt of the season chalked up another nevada loss, but definitely marked the young frosh-soph crew as a power house team of the future . . . the lumberjacks and the wolf pack fought it out on a field ankle deep in mud under drizzling rain . . . mario lammori, injured frosh fullback, returned to the lineup but wasn ' t enough to bolster the injury racked and luckless pack . . . time after time the breaks went the wrong way, the wolves never found their true strength . . . . . ryals turns bulldogger . . . l»4 ireTba 1 1 back row . . ray gonsalves, asst. coach , . . brian whalen, jim lyons, dale porter, hal plummer, martin Johnson, don bissett, coach jake lawlor . . . front row . . bob jones, dean smith, roger trounday, bob ferrari, rick wolgamott, ken longero, dan sullivan . . . coach lawlor gives out instructions . . . " o.k., you guys, keep it up! " » nevada 73 beale 58 n 42 53 it 80 eastern Oregon 87 " 81 86 1 1 87 whittier 65 ■ I 62 college of pacific 72 c. " 72 san francisco state 81 c. ■ i 69 75 1 1 56 olympic club 61 ■ i 51 " 68 it 59 college of pacific 68 c. ■ 1 82 chico 57 c. M 63 49 c. " 63 humboldt 58 c. " 68 57 c. 1 1 65 sacramento state 70 c. n 71 " 60 c. 1 1 82 cal aggies 57 c. n 87 " 55 c — conference game SS coacr ake lawlor looks happy itr. ' ■ ' : -iiK.: : . ., :,■■■■, ' .:■ ■ ■ ' , % ,-, - ' ; ; 5 J hal pi ummer V -r get your cotton pickin ' hands off me . . . i ' m tired and i want to go home . . . the pack hoopsters enjoyed an exceptional season . . . their conference record was 7 won and 3 lost, giving the nevadans the co-championship with the humboldt lumberjacks ... led by high scoring playmaker dan sullivan the wolves racked up 1609 points against the opponents 1548 points . . . the team placed third in the holiday tourney after beating chico the runner up in the first round . . . jim lyons led the conference in scoring with 193 tallies, dan sullivan finished seventh with 144 points . . . only once in the season did the pack score less than fifty points . . . dan sullivan was first string all-conference ... as a tribute to his outstanding coaching jake lawlor was honored as athlete of the month . . . S ej bissett, sullivan and plummer drinking in the stands again . . . n. a. i. a. . . holiday tourney . . . nevada 76 72 82 sac state 59 s.f.s. 96 chico 78 far west conference championships . nevada 76 humboldt 78 swede Johnson in a state of bliss standing, I. to r., coach jim olivas, bob genasci, larry damon, jerry gaines, mike marfisi, chuck smith, ted contri, bill beebe . . . kneeling, keith ernst, sam macias, dick short, bill short, don kitt , george kiyuna, dino martini, manager . . . nevada 5 cal poly 3 idaho state 8 louisiana state 5 univ. of cal. 2 san jose 8 louisiana 5 coached by former nevada boxing star jim olivas, the pack enjoyed a highly successful season . . . . . . a high point of the schedule was the packs trip to baton rouge, louisiana to meet the runner up in last years n.c.a.a., the powerful louisiana tigers . . . later in the season the tigers traveled to reno and put up one of the best cards ever seen in the local gymnasium . . . coach jim olivas was assisted by dino martini who returned for his second year as manager . . . ' • sammy macias +ed contri . . . bob genasci ike marfisi . . ted contri lands a very solid left hand. . . . larry damon sets his opponent off balance . . . . . . heavy weight bob genasci was the most improved boxer on the team . . . coach chelton leonard " had any spills lately? " harry ericson . . . this year the dominating power of the far west inter-collegiate skiing was definite- ly the nevada team . . . defeat came only in the winter carnival when injury and the loss of one of its members deflated the fighing spirit that every winner must have . . . what strength the team lacked in the downhill and slalom was amply made up in the depth of the cross country and the consistence of the jumping . . . led by ericson, crook and long, the cross country was undefeatable . . . inexperience ham- pered the jumpers, but their steady per- formance meant sure points . . . downhill and slalom was paced by bob autry and rusty crook . . . lynn Johnson and braden stauts provided a strong background . . . coached ably by chelton leonard, the wolf pack had a season for the record books. . . . . bill long . . . . . . the team posted victories in the heavenly valley nordic events . . . t he cisco meet . . . and the tressider memorial at yosemite . . . they placed high in the vanderbilt meet at squaw valley . . . and did very well against the powerful competition of our own winter carnival . . . . . bob autry . . . the wolf pack and the tressider cup won at yosemite ... I. to r bill thornton . . . harry ericsorr . . . lynn Johnson . . . will long . . . rusty crook . . . braden stauts . . . warren lerude . . . dave pruett ... ted Osgood . . . coach chelton leonard -s captain rusty crook bob ' lost his horse ' autry . . . . . . bill thorton bill long . . . . . . joan smith . . . mary ann tonini . . ■ % . . . mary ann tonini . . nancy hooley . . joan smith . . kathy zimmerman . . barni davenport . . the girls are holding the winter carnival girls team trophy . . . ... for the first time in its history the university officially sanctioned a girls ski team . . . the girls produced a per- fect season record with wins in the tressider memorial at yosemitg ... in our own winter carnival . . , and at the vanderbilt cup at squaw valley . . . r kathy zimmerman barni davenport . . . . . . hugh smithwick, coach, dick hughes, jim potts, phil hatch, van peters, bob jones, jake longero, don kitts, les fry, John peek, dave harris, doug parry, carl anderson, coach . . . kneeling, I. to r., bill bowser, John mayeroff, bert cooper, John meder, gene timmons, louis hutchison, claude mabry . . . . . . with conference champs bert cooper, mile and two mile run; gene timmons, 880-yard run, and claude mabry, pole vaulter returning to the lineup nevada although off to a slow start gathered enough momentum to become one of the strongest teams of the far west conference... in the pole vault, javelin throw, and discus John meder proved to be the back bone of the pack . . . dave harris, a promising frosh, was a con- sistent point maker in the hurdles . . . John mayer- hoff, don kitts, dick hughes and phil hatch added depth to the wolfpack ... the pack took part in meets with humboldt, chico, c.o.p., cal aggies, san francisco state, and in the championship meet in sacramento . . . the smiles of coaches hugh smithwick and carl anderson are significant of the track teams tre- mendous improvement . . . . gene timmons . . . 880 yard run louis hutchison . . . broad jump |ohn meder . . . field events . . bill bowser . . . sprints and low hurdles . . . ciaude mabry . . . pole vault . . . led felba 1 1 i . . . jake lawlor, coach, gerry cobb, brian whalen, bill helms, stan pomin, bill mc daniels, torn mc claskey, phi! cirvice, ted hunne well, pat o ' halloran. front row, frank dubois, john flynn, jim corica, bob ferrari, fred jesser, roger trounday, jerry tobin . . . a familiar scene at threlkel field .nevada Jassen j.c. ii _beale air force base _st. mary ' s cal. aggies ii ii .chico state _c.o.p. _humboldt state ■I ii _beale air force base _sacramento state ii ii " s.f.s. c — conference game lawlor ' s nevadans opened their season at thrdkel field with a double win over the lessen cougars ... the nevada mound corps although facing a strong schedule has a powerful potential with john flynn, gary porter, stan pomin, bill mc daniel and brian whalen due for assignments . . . sophomores bob ferrari, john flynn and fred jesser looked impressive in early season games ... all around inexperience is hampering the team play ... but with baseball finally established as a growing sport on the reno campus the pack is headed for the top of the ladder . . . bilbo helms . roger trounday . . . . . . frank du bois pat o ' halloran ted h unnewel ■ bob ferrari . . fred lesser SSF t coach gordon mc eachron eelf one of the most increasingly popular sports on campus, golf is due for a big gathering of avid fans after this years season . . . this years team showed all the signs and popularity of a major sport . . . led by bob morrill the golfers over- came the disadvantage of their short preseason practice to down many of the sunny weather schools from California . . . bob morrill . steve rucker . . keith latham lit ryals npH ■ V fc i Wt ' " 2 . ' m J : M ' T c " " " ™ : H ■■-■■ 8» 9 H ralph rubens+ein art bro+en, coach, rusty crook, dave harris, claude mabry, steve dollinger, ed wessel . . . for the first time in the wolf pack ' s history our gym team participated in west coast amateur competition ... they took part in many exhibitions in nevada . . . the gymnasts did well in the west coast amateur title meet at los angeles ... at a fifteen school y. m. c. a. sponsored meet the pack placed sec- ond; ed wessel, dave harris and claude mabry were all medalists . . . the combined gym and wrestling teams took third place in trie sport- orama held in san francisco. I C f t e n n f coached by hutch nenzel the pack tennis men were probably the team most often victorious of the nevada sports parade . . . led by seniors bill barrett, jim anderson and bill van wagoner, the power- ful packs ' most dangerous foe of the year was the wind on the reno courts . . . -»« m V _ A ■ ' . ; louis perky . . . hutch nenzel, coach . . . bill van wagoner rifle Team ... I. to r. back row, max boh., terry katzer, chuck taylor and gene espin bill rusk and John middlebrook . . . front, sgt. joel cantrell, dick mills, . . . national collegiate champions! . . . . . . this is the team that all nevada has been talking about ... . . . these are the men that we are all proud of, for they have brought home to nevada a na- tional collegiate championship ... no other nevada team has ever won a national champion- ship . . . they have also posted wins in the 3 I team southwest invitational at el paso, texas, in numerous local meets, in the nevada invitational and a second place in the hearst r.o.t.c. matches ... in the nationals the wolf pack set a new record breaking a total of 1443 points out of a possible 1500 . . . once in practice the team hit 1459 . . . intermurals I t : l " A $ifKfiR ,- f ' t ■ ' n gail altenburg audrey bernard janice chiatovich Virginia coleman julie stavros e e i . . honorary junior and senior women ' s service organization . . . wearers of the blue skirts and white sweaters, come thursday . . . julie stavros leads them . . . ushers for wolves ' frolic . . . football games . . . baccalaureate . . . graduation . . . show the frosh the campus in the fall ... my aching feet . . . program selling . . . ticket taking . . . busy, i guess . . . their banquets are the high spots in the year ' s work . . . toft (P • phyllis crowder lcay eaton guylene ferguson donna fisher paula gray lillis hatch katherine hill sue Humphrey betty ihfe francine luwe rochelle maclean helen meader janet quilici diane spina joan sawle patsy terry A first row: bill adams, james aylworth, larry ball craig bell, second row: ben bingaman, powel booth, richard bortolin. . . . future blue key members are schooled here . . . campus service . . . sell tickets for wolves ' frolic . . . wus . . . collect wood for the homecoming bonfire ... no wonder the size of my woodpile diminished . . . guided by bill eddelman . . bill eddelman first row: roger bremnet;, richard bryan, martin conlin, chris cufflin, dick deleissegues, steve dollinger. second row: qary foster lesl.e fry. diaries fulkerson, jim gilbert, robert hemphill, bill henderson, truett loftin, dave lowe. third row: donald mann bob momll, patrick morns, phn north, edgar olesen, joe ortiz, ted Osgood, pat randall. fourth row: pat raum del rice bruce rossman, don rutherford, don sharp, john staley, braden stauts, art vaughn. II e K e . . . for upperclassmen only . . . service with a smile . . . high school relations are their special love . . . high school day on campus . . . now a permanent project . . . does the university n eed money, and for what? . . . they also sponsor the annual campus trek ... to your right is stewart hall . . . dick morrill was head man . . . Y bob cooper chuck coyle stan draper george evans dan goodman earl hawley john Ingram john jepsen don lane jerry mann bob pearson jim taylor bob thomason bill van wagener roland westergar le roy wilcox wait wiseman everetf witt bob bollard linn ferguson paul finch bob genasci phil hannifan bob jones bill mac donald |erry mann mike marfisi dick morri gail munk roland westergard c e c j wait Wiseman f . . . coffin-shaped pin ... a member . . . coffin-shaped notice ... a meeting . . . these boys come out in the open only for their annual running . . . watch your garbage can lids then ... led by bill dennett . . . chosen on basis of leadership ability . . . secrecy is their motto . . . H K d Y f bill dennett Mi dennis burge george evan Jacob faragl pau! finch dtow 1 J ray gore ■francine luw Janice palludin ralph powell pal samon dixie sturges . . . burners of the midnight oil . . . and then some . . . the upper-crust, scholastically . . . plus character and initiative . . . open to both under- grads and graduates . . . C4P tfiui icrtu shirley alien evalyn titus ... 2.7 over-all average, president of an organization, a senior woman? . . . this group is for you . . . just reward for three years of work . . . something for the frosh to aim for . . . their banquets are most enjoyable . . . founded by dr. james church . . . sponsored by dean mobley . . . evalyn titus pounded the gavel . . . inez davis His hatch sandra mitts dixie sturges patsy terry row l : marvin ball, william bowser, ted cooper, al creel, don cutler, larry damon. row 2: keith ernst, jim fast, linn ferguson, bob ferrari, torn friberg, ken fujii, bob genasci, jim gilbert, chuck handley. row 3: chuck harmon, bill howton, hutchison, roger iveson, john jepsen, bob jepsen, lynn iohnson. row 4: bob jones, don jones, joe leal, mike leslie, bob litton, jerry longero, ken longero, sammy macias. row 5: jerry mann, dino martini, john mayeroff, john meder, duane moore, gail munk, george nelson, harold plum- mer, ralph powell. row 6: bob scott, dean smith, braden stauts, dan sullivan, frank sullivan, gene timmons, joe viani, bill van wagoner, jim wright. buck n roger trounday, pres. . . . honorary athletic organization ... to join this group of muscle men you need your letter in a major sport . . . had your wheaties lately? . . . roger trounday presides . . . when not earning letters, these lads handle concessions at games . . . supervise the paint-throwing on peavine every fall . . . nothing but workworkwork . . . evelyn ames josie aufdermaur joanne backer P e Helen meader shirley behymer kaleo brandt jan chiatovich annetfe dickson pat heehs betty ihfe mary carol jackson shari jordon jackie manoukian lois mc auliffe deanne munk lucille nelson dixfe sf urges sheila tayior mary ann tonini bonnie woods . . . the home ec crew . . . fire burn and cauldron bubble . . . lime out from cooking to shine shoes at wus carnival . . . barn dancing with the aggies . . . brrrrrr . . . how much am i bid for this pie . . . cold cash from the frat houses . . . co-sponsorers of the western ball . . . patsy terry was chief cook and bottle washer . . . patsy terry Virginia dupes deanie edmondson Barbara evans edrie schwake Patricia vessey marguerite vindrola . . . our future doctors, nurses, dentists . . . may even find a mortician-to-be in their ranks . . . watch for the skull in front of the ag building ... a meeting is in order . . . trying to build up to their former greatness . . . all you need are grades . . . dick morrill was head sawbones . . . mark nicklanovich torn see joan smith bill stone lloyd whalen charlie burke bill eddleman lois enders bill gisler francine mannix art montrose top row,, left to right . . . norma annett, belinda bausman, mary bishop, gayle booth, kaleo brandt, carolyn braswell, wally calder. bottom row, left to right . . . janet chism, annie lee condie, Joyce conley, janet dotson, marilyn feathers, sally freedman, julie furlong. «ri@niifitf - mnzanWa cm top row, left to right . . . charlotte gleason, marlene gregory, joan heater, Jackie hunt, elsie joost, janet Jordan, karen knudson, ella kurtz. bottom row, left to right . . .bette lamb, sophie lemich, connie long, maxine mansor, anka markovich, janet matheus, pat mc culley, colleen mc mahon. J top, left to right . . . margaret meyer, mickey moran, shirley ozman, shirley parlcer, chris peschel, helen peterson, delores phalen. bottom, left to right . . . charlyne reid, mary richards, patricia rouse. . . . who emptied their waste paper basket down the laundry chute . . . whadda ya mean, quiet . . . manzanita hall undergoing a face-lifting . . . fireplaces and a balcony-sun deck at the president ' s mansion . . . no, you can ' t keep your ice cream in the coke machine . . . patsy terry kept things under control . . . wonder what they do with all that late fine money . . . pat terry top, left to right . . . janice rowntree, evelyn ruybalid, edrie schwake, carolyn sholl, donna soderstrom, pat spurlock, mary stevenson, bonnie stewart. bottom, left to right . . . gail sullivan, beverly tanner, joan tobler, pat tompkins, mary ann tonini, louanne wheeler, edith widner, lorrayne wright. AM george ball John boone max bofz grant bowler robert brown dale burt phil collins ted contri gerald crowe jim dunseath gary earl eugene espin duane glanzmann dan goodman gary hafen stewart hampton gerald hunt John jepsen robert jepsen lynn Johnson CdU»«ral diui jim taylor . . . honorary military organization for up- perclassmen . . . lots of spit and polish . . . mmm, those honorary lieutenant-colonels at the military ball . . . eyes right, men . . . guardians of the women ' s living quarters during initiation . . . chow call in the spring with a picnic and banquet ... jim wright led these future second louies . . . • A mLtl rodger Johnson dark jones terry katzer dick mills torn murie dwight powell john tollefson robert lewis james lusk david mahoney cal mead John middlebrook jack reimers charles taylor bob thomason gene timmons darrell waite everett witt chuck coyle gerald crowe eddie alvarez gary brock u H. phil collins el bob cooper t ralph brinton roger iveson bob jepsen nr SL ' 4 .. ' ■• ' " ■V ' !?V?» n ... a time-honored organization for the socially elite . . . founded in 1921 ... the years haven ' t noticeably altered their pur- pose . . . out in full force every friday . . . many projects this year . . . university volunteer fire department . . . spring con- vention . . . more social gather- ings . . . levi formal? . . . ralph brinton cheered these red- blooded men onward . . . breezy Howard frank sullivan ted hunnewell John vetter john ingram leroy wilcox r y eij ite eienecraT macdonald, robert ferraro, don travis, hank rilling, row 2. ron moroni, Barbara cavanaugh, pat cul- ver, tim hogan, marlene lewis, george evans, nora kellogg, senator alan bible, alice cochran, jim hart, julie stavror,, simmie cooper, jack hoxie, mike horan, pete tolotti, bill devereux. these young poli- ticians have good reason to smile . . they won the improvement trophy at their state convention membership increasing steadily . . . alan bible joined their ranks as an hon- orary member . dues for this organization are a real bargain . . chuck coyle is head campaigner for their cause. YtunG republican row I . . . don marm, dave peterson, f-ed young, chauncey bingham, kathy christensen, ed crandall, jack luwe, wait wiseman, don sharp, jerry mann. row 2 . . . georgia meyers, francine luwe, marie mc donough, joan smith, lynn jasin, susie kuypers, carrie gith, ida tout, pat cordes fried chicken at governor russell ' s home . . . molly malone and cliff young among their guest speakers . . . they do some work too . . . for republican county convention delegates to state convention . . . mud-slinging halts during a social with the young democrats ... a great year for politickin ' . . . jerry mann calls the wolf den meetings. f I e a .officer ' s line-up delta CM . . . honorary journalism fraternity . . . with a distinction no other campus organization can claim . . . only two bachelors in this gang . . . meetings with the downtown branch . . . with guest speakers . . . and food, of course . . . the alumnus is their love . . . sports writing contest . . . even a tv show . . . anyone need a baby sitter? . . . paul finch comes out of the brush to preside at meetings . . . row I . . . bruce bledsoe, manfred nilcoley, advisor a. I. higginbotham, advisor k. janulis. row 2 eaton, ken robbins, hank rilling, wait ryals, paul finch William ca in pii; purer row I . . . diane kane, marge mead, george evans, alberta Jacques, trudy caddel. row 2 mergen, bob morrill, jim taylor, advisor asher wilson. al creel, don rasmussen, bernard row I . . . john middlebrook, frank way, gene espin, pres. dick mills, chuck taylor, leonard ainsworth. row 2 carolyn braswell, joan sawle, norma annette, maxine mansor. row 3 . . . harry garner, Stanley carrol, rene thorne, james lusk.paul conlan, bill rusk. . janet chism. row I . . maria anastassatos, dolores de philippe, evelyn ruybalid, marcia lear, carol francy, alberta Jacques, bertha wagner, simmie cooper, row 2 . . patricia tripple, advisor, marva edwards, dorothy hill, mary sheehan, lola honey, beverly beeson, richard wright, burton c. newbry, advisor, row 3 . . marilyn ferreira, marilyn Jensen, helen meader, susan mc ewin, lillian sanni, rose arvin, gail alten- burg. row 4 . . katy warner, pat cordes, gai wooster, mary jean hackwood, elaine zeitlmann, audrey bernard, beverly ricketts, edith caruk. . . . active as usual . . . hosted high schools at their annual christmas party . . . journeyed on many field trips . . . education can be interest- ing . . . simmie cooper headed this group of future school marms . . . row I row 2 . . carol tollefson, pennie molineux, maria anastassatos, angeline farros. marva edwards, gail wooster, kathleen kars+ens, shirley alien, ann cronin. . . . the busiest bees on campus . . . directed by shirley alien . . . first fall dance ... ice cubes and frosh . . . they sell you that much-needed cup of coffee on registration day . . . trip to con- vention called off . . . too much high water . . . cap and gown orders for seniors . . . buddy, they just don ' t make caps that large . . . the backbone of wus carnival . . . headquarters in stewart hall are open to all . . . Y C " ■ ' " " ' ' ' ' • ;.- ' »- , •■ ., • . . . the modern dance gang . . . pass the lini- ment . . . lois fitzgibbons directed their get-to- gethers dorothy hill lois mc ouliffe helen meoder . . . hard work in w r a is the key to membership in this group . . . constitution revisions and dinner parties . . . dixie sturges called meetings to order . . . ceThic II lucille nelson dixie sturges . . . sports for the females ... let me show you a new ju-jitsu hold . dorothy hill kept them busy ... eft to right . . . dixie sturges, loene tippin, lucille nelson, dorothy hill, helen meader, lois mc auliffe, honor settelmeyer U. R. Id 4 n el row I. . . sandra nickell, marva edwards, linda wilkerson, lola honey, joe ellison, gerry germain goble, janeane bodell, kaye reid, shirley alien, janet olsen, shari rey- nolds Jordan, row 2 . . . angie farros, don draper, harvey gordon, theresa gibson, george petterson, tony bastanchury, jay evans, lorn murie, jim hussey, helen peter- son. row 3. . . bill kaiser, felton hickman jr., ray little, pennie molineux, eric beyer, fritz hertlein, sally gillespie, director felton hickman sr. . . . busy, busy, busy . . . appeared at football, basketball games . . . rallies, assemblies . . . lots of hot air . . . but put to good use . • . concerts, parades . . . torn murie is head footer ... we salute you . . . „ . . nevada ' s songbirds . . . out-of-town concerts . . . the ' christmas assembly ... a spring concert . . . the beautiful " messiah " . . . lincoln memorial concert ... a few of their many performances . . . they sing for the joy of it . . . and try to avoid such hazards as colds ... dr. macy directed them . . . wait anderson presided . . . ? i V N ■B ' % a r ±UM row I . . . gloria engell, marjorie mead, juiie furlong, chris pavlakis, nancy chandler, elsie joost, diane kane, marilyn Jensen, row 2 . . . edith rittenhouse, pat dunn, sally thorn, norma dyer, chris peschel, carol kirrene, peggy cimijotti, marilyn ferreira. row 3 . . . torn murie, jack scott, jahn valone, felton hickman, carolyn braswell, evan house, jay evans, richard bortolin. row 4 . . . hawke williams, roger pet- tinger, kenneth dennison, wait anderson, gene england, donald sharp, bob s+ange. of H ierivi oudN men . . . stomach in . . . chest out . . . chin in . . . and drill, drill, drill . . . the honor guard of the rote department . . . parades and still more parades ... a change in name this year . . . formerly pershing rifles . . . everitt witt led these gentlemen . . . 5Ki ClUl» . . . snow! . . . these afternoon classes gotta go . . . rates on the hill . . . parties . . . winter suntans . . . and it only costs two dollars to join . . . doctor bills not included in this fee . . . bill sprow in cahoots with joan smith, jim dunseath, and buster sewell lead these slat-happy people. row I . . . bill sprow, beverly beeson, gayle booth, Justine chiatovich. row 2 . . . don mann, mary frances tucker, joni lee holand, george pettersen. row 3 . . . bob smith, cynthia joan smith, gloria hanes, marie mc donough, shelly branch, jack bosta, bob morrill, del rice, don ferrari, John north, bill edward mouw. row 5 . . . gary lundergreen, bob sillery, rudy bill henderson, rusty crook antoine, cathy zimmerman, pat boland, carol beeson, jan kreatr, sammy macias, helen meader, elaine zunino, doris ames, robertson, donna cook, art vaughn, ron logar, nancy hewins, diane kane, gene kiliany, jim dunseath. row 4 . . . bob ferrari, eddelman, keith holland, jim taylor, " don travis, dick morrill, zawacki, dick yates, ed curnow, craig bell, joe ortiz, jim kees, row I, left to right. . . jay evans, darrell waite, lynn bowler, dark reber, ernie brown, art clayson, melvin cook, row 2. . dwight powell, dark jones, billie hunt, george woodward, farrell lytle, marie kurtz, edith widner, joan tobler, annie lee condie. row 3. . . gene mills, ladd cropper, gerald hunt, don draper, clarence m. beasley, dick wade, manetta lytle, don jensen, nancy jones, ron jones, bonnie stewart, evelyn mills. d . . . lambda delta sigma . . . latter day saints students on campus ... Ids chorus . . . rounded up all of the shower tenors . . . result: beautiful music ... led by annie lee condie and dwight powell . . . formals . . . parties . . . especially of the ice-skating variety ... fun and seriousness combined in this group . . . chivalry in full bloom. I v. ' v ys» % . fj h newiMit cIub . . . organization -for catholic students on campus . . . their number under prexy dick morrill is ever increasing . . . sponsored concert by irish tenor Christopher lynch . . . christmas party for underprivileged children . . . their new study-tv room next to the book- store . . . nice . . . san francisco state group visited for a weekend ... a successful year, with many thanks to father mcfadden . . . row I . . dick morrill, judd folsom, tilton zumwalt, gene kiliany, Joseph brennan, bill schroeder. row 2 . . jack hoxie, louis porta, John urizar, Joyce dris- dale, mary reckers, gail altenburg, alice cochran, helen meader, diane spina, donald mann, jim fast, row 3 . . pat o ' halloran, bill devereux, martin con- lin, dave necco, james kees, bill henderson, mary stevenson, bob morrill, Joanne backer, Virginia pucci, ray tucker, barbara cavanaugh, richard arden, chris cufflin, dick deleissegues, father mcfadden. jr row I , left to right . . . ed edgar, ann merryman, janet ferrei, wanda martin, jim vincent, ben rice, betty rice, anka markovich, peggy meyer, edrie schwake, erik beyer. row 2, left to right . . . ray huffman, chuck rowe, bob cheeseman, jan witzeman, Janice rountree, donna soderstrom, geri vincent, jerry fagin, dick tate, John gemmel. row 3, left to right . . . richard brownlie, stuart miller, jack smith, nat weatherby, ray bailey, jim cannaday, bobby moran, ted kolster, fritz lardie, lynn mc dure. . . . lake tahoe, here we come . . . two retreats a year . . . and on to a con- ference at santa cruz . . . stay home long enough to sponsor wesley capers . . . publish " wolf call " . . . have a few banquets including a dinner-ski party with fellow methodists from cal and Stanford . . . erik beyer and sally long round them up for Sunday meetings . . . reverend rice advises . . . ClUb . . . journalism students who ' ve made it through two years . . . sandra mitts is head copy writer . . . ban- quets, parties . . . sponsor a contest for student publications ... no, they don ' t judge this book . . . thank goodness . . . row d ' 9ht row dave ° °nW, s , .ten rofcfc; ' Ul movies, lectures, speakers . . . and food . . . parlez vous francais . . . well, how about pig latin . . . presid- ing is inez davis ... dr. gottardi advises . . . trench ciufe row I. . . chuck mueller. row 2. . . yvonne thornton, marjorie mead, inez davis, jo arm ortiz, elaine zeitlmann, gloria urriola, mrs. nussbaum, mr. lapuyade, John gottardi, maria anastassatos. e?. 0 s H . . business majors, inc. . . . reor- ganized this year . . . jim adams serves as head bookkeeper . . . lectures . . . opportunities in busi- ness . . . banquets, too . . . field trips in the spring . . . going places in the world . . . PS mu ep Mfh . . . newly organized . . . national math honor society . . . have to be voted into this ... if johnny had one red apple and joe had three . . . they sponsor math club . . . bill den- nett is head mathematician . . . row I, left to right . . . ray gore, bill dennett, doreen spiller, maurice demers, Jacob faragher. row 2, left to right . . . ralph powell, james brune, susan mc ewin, dennis burge, charles arnold, warren shelton, william colbert. c,, «c iMe c| . . . the school of mines boys . . . field trips . . . lecture ' s . . . sponsors of camera club . . . journalistic talents come to light with the publications of the mackay miner . . . they devote their spare time to a lizard fossil . . . someday they hope to make the latter red-eyed . . . the museum is worth looking into . . . max botz is head rock hound . . . prof, winston advises . . . row I . . . prof, winston, keith grimes, mat puchini, geraid waite, jim brune, dick deleissegues, bob morrill, dave pruett, dale fraser, dick rowand, prof, nelson, prof, smy+h. row 2 . . . wait headrick, joe mendive, John middlebrook, joe harrison, vaughn smith, ralph crosser, morris friberg, les may, stan summers, John anderson, dave adams, bill freeman, louis lohr. row 3 . . . max botz, don schyler, dave robbins, lee larsh, hans lindblom, jim schenk, terry katzer, con lund, chuck taylor, stan mosher, left to right . . . first row . . . george evans, jerry fowler, frank phelps, jim wright, " W - ' »-„ warren shelton, louis garneau, peggy boyle, prof, sandorf, dean palmer, prof garrott, jack hanson, wait wiseman, marshall sobrio ... left to right, second row . . . richard donovan, frank way, rudy zawacki, bill hadley, jim phalan, dennis bernotsk ' gerald samstad, John north, art carlson, robert ness, james taylor, don odell, don ricketts, ronald soule, John trabert, jim gilbert . . . electric ! engineer . . . Inhabitants of one of those awe- some-looking buildings on the right of the quad . . . engineer ' s day exhibits are right up their alley . . . what ' s your sex rating . . . field trip to the bay area . . . meetings in international settlement . . . boulder city on the agenda for spring . . . ray gore presides, professor w. I. garrott, aiee-ire, advises . . . ralph powell, dan goodman, george evans are chief assistants . . . study study study. ..and more study. ...carlo panicari leads... civil engineer row l...fenwiclc carlile f. trisveiro george ball, carlo panicari, gayle booth, yvonne erb. row 2...john shevlin, mustafa shfshakly, robert br.ney, ted I contr., ,.m luslc, bnan whalen, george hamamoto, pierre aguer, bob thomason. row 3...elwyn Wilkinson. peter artero, jim lyons, frank evans row 6...james lundgren, wayne ' donnels, ' John ma counT ' ralp ' nste n ' . ' TobeT harlow " |ohn poppe. row 7...larry barrett, charles boyer, dark gribben, arnold arsoian, prof blodgett, prof, bonell, charles breese. .the best of the slide-rule crowd. ...ralph powell presides... waTt Ueman rowT " 5 ' HI wertargard, ray gore; row 2 . . . george ball, James taylor, jim lusk, jim wrighf. orof TK2 Z ' ' " J it " P ? Pe u { H°t P W, PS ' enC la PFf oe , hn - +om i°Y°. +ed contri, prof, sandorf. row 4 . . . chares breese, prot. blodgett, warren shelton, lee holland, bill mattern, dr. harris. front row, left to right . . . carol tollefson, betty landers, patricia samon, pat cordes, mary jean hackwood, sandra nickell, beverly ricketts, manetta lytle, karen phillips, helen hotchkiss, bertha wagner, lois baskerville, shirley alien. f v™« iM . . . honorary history society . . . duane glanzmann presided . . . back row, left to right . duane glanzmann, prof shepperson, prof, hicks jack mc auliffe, roger glanzmann, mike marfisi hawke williams, roy whit acre, dean dark, gary brock, prof, elliot. linceh h«ill . . . tv addicts in winter . . . sun worshippers a la balcony in spring . . . duane glanzmann cracked the whip . . . row I . . . ajit sudan, ron truman, george adoor, richard wright, frank way, jim hussey, harry hussex. row 2 . . . ralph cinflo, rene thorne, robert devlin, henry rodeen, tony bastanchurry, werner martin, row 3 . . . joe kasserine, stan terrell, dan urriola, j. r. hale, row 4 . . . harlan wilson, bub whalen, harry heck, marco bruno. row 5 . . . arthur lopez, lloyd rohr, larry gedney. row 6 . . . jerry berry, dale fraser, richard brune, morris friberg, george earnhart, art montrose. row 7 . . . pat raum, frank oxborrow, jesse lopez. . . . more of the slide rule toters . . . gerald crowe was president . . . row I , left to right . . roy fugita, fred young, deane jones. row 2, left to right . . . don shuper, jim fast, tommy jayo, bill sprow, gene timmons, arthur clayson. row 3, left to right . . . ed wishart, duane hodgkinson, will mattern. row 4, left to right . . . peter mohr, ajit sudan, prof, van tassel, frof. van dyke, prof, arris left to right . . . bill mac donald, rolland westergard, gail munk, don travis, max long, not pictured . . . grand high ram genasci, right honorable fleecer hoyt, worthy camptender crowe. h r r ?...??... ??? . . . ???? . . . b a a a . . . the bunsen burner gang . . . open the windows, i gotta have air . . . ernest brown kept the roof on . . . while four assistants master-minded some of their larger explosions . . . . . . row I ... joe crook, don nelson,, richard gillette, farrel lytle, keith stever, fritz hertlein, hugh wilson, rod weiler. row 2 . . . william stone, richard coatry, harry pacini, james trimbell, robert pearson, william rose, John urizar, bob stratton, ewald pyzel. row 3 . . . margaret gerring, lance dodson, ray ferrari, kenneth kemp, rod folk, gerald svob. row 4 ... dr. loring williams, dr. j. moose, dr. robert morris, dr. h. j. seim n@v«dfl ■iir- " " ««B »» a " , agricultural professionals . . . loudspeaker mooings an- nounce meetings . . . this year staged a comic aggie rodeo . . . " ride ' em cowboy — oops! " . . . pahdner wolf offi- cial insignia . . . ' . ' come and get it " call for the annual all- school barbecue . . . yum . . . western ball is theirs too . . . oh, oh, clean levis . . . trip to davis too . . . don fravf s President I t e t e h, if roland wesfergard, presi- dent, alpha tau omega ■I . . . first big event . . . beanfeed in October . . . trophies presented for scholarship . . . highest house average . . . pledge improvement . . . who ' s a brain? . . . revision of i.f.c. constitution . . . kinnear trophy based on points in eight sports . . . basketball, baseball, track, football, skiing, bowling, volleyball, and cross country race . . . i.f.c. helped frat men living in dorms to eat at respect- ive frat houses . . . regional conference held in san diego, april 11-14... bob thomason and rollie wesfer- gard attended . . . bob pearson, phi sigma lappa ■ft ran-hellenic ceuncil pan-hellenic council . . . governing body between sororities . . . rushing regulations determined here . . . better beware . . . tch tch! . . . select pan-hel lawyers . . . hand out bids . . . queen picture specifications . . . open houses and hours discussed . . . award scholarship trophies at co-ed capers . . . pledge, active, improvement . . . polish up your thinking caps . . . presented sorority workshop ... all participated . . . problems over a quota system . . . rushing rules ironed out . . . Virginia coleman served as president . . . presidents and rush chairmen become members . . . Virginia coleman, president audrey bernard, pi beta phi guylene ferguson, delta delta delta donna fisher, gamma phi sue humphrey, gamma phi beta beta nancy hewins, pi beta phi rochelle maclean, delta delta delta georgia meyers, kappa alpha theta shelley branch, kappa alpha theta d ot e r h I and what ' s more, there will be no drinking during winter carnival festivities . . • this is leroy wilcox speaking? . . . zephyr cove lake tahoe . . . breakfast at 7:30! . . . problems galore . . . discuss, discuss . . . vernon durkee learned how to keep calm and sleep with 40 girls . . . prof miller conducted a nightly nature study . . . skit night was a panic . . . who stole the dong to the camp bell? . . . speakers included gov. russell and pres. stout . . . -x ' Qsj V ■ T T but; c Qf} ' oL . . so how was your vacation? H, t of ff) Qi " y h, °Ors wait . . wait . . and hurry up . . . railroad tickets everywhere . . all this just to attend classes ... we was robbed . . 7o wh; ch hi! . . . hello o o . . . wheres ' your dink? . . . these crazy mixed-up freshmen . . . that ' s right . . . paint the n . . . on peavine . . . pass that lime . . . white washed jeans, hair, face, eyes . . . but it was fun! . .. . assembly, chris, torn, charley . . . tug of war . . . mackay stadium . . . frosh always win . . . dance, old gym . . . mr. hi, buddy garcia . . . miss hello, pat king . . . whew . . . what a strenuous day! hell babies must play . . . nice guys . . . + itii 1 +-j % z f diane kane . . . homecoming queen . . . 1955 home coming grads . . . frosh dispense with dinks and ribbons (thank God) . . . pajama rally . . . diane crowned queen . . . snake dance (craaazy . . . rah, rah, run stupid) . . . open houses . . . (let ' s dance, huh?) . . . wolves frolic . . . (keep those lines straight . . . oh, you livin ' dolls . . . ' n guys too) . . . sundowner es- capades . . . lock up your food girls . . . floats (work, work, and more work) . . . (gotta get those hours in) glide past ' em . . . best sorority float winner . . . delta delta delta ' s gondola parade was stupendous . . . (hi, people) . . . football game . . . (beat chico! fight team! . . . pass the mix . . . rah, team . . . don ' t give up) . . . drop in at the wal . . . of course ( " her mother never told her " . . . six schooners coming up) . . . ready for the big dance . . . 9:30 p.m. (hi, chicken . . . ya ready?) . . . trophies presented . . . (monotonous, ain ' t it!) . . . oh, my aching feet . . . time for a snack . . . (hours, you know) . . . 2:00 in the morning . . . m-m-mmmmmmm . . . good night . . . tri delt ' s indian maidens in " without reservation " won best sorority skit trophy squaw papooses caused chuckles ... tao ' s prairie schooner and football heroes . . . jsigma nu ' s ox cart . . . cart ' em off the field pi phi ' s magic carpet turned to " sleigh ' em " independents ' flying saucer . . . first year of competition . . . the queen and her court . . . janet dotson . . . bonnie woods ... jo ann rogero . . . shirley behymer . . . kathie currie . . . . . . the military ball opened the winter ■formal season . . . the fellas in uniform . . . introduction of queen candidates and gov. russell by chuck handley . . . governor ' s presentation of queen bonnie woods . . . sabre arch . . . grand march . . . leroy wilcox and lynn ferguson back from the wars in rebel uniform ... all very impressive . . . punch and napkins too . . . . . . military review at mackay stadium prior to the dance . . . big brass and candidates , „ . bob thomason . . . shirley . . . con lund . . kathie . . . bob lewis . . . janet . . . jim wright . . . jo ann . . . jim dunseath . . . bonnie . . . phi sig ' s menagerie mountain took frat first K I C a r n i y I 1 7th annual affair . . . preferred meet of the west . . . featured fourteen college entries including idaho, denver, utah, u.c.l.a., Wash- ington state, cal and Colorado ... denver came out on top . . . went on to win nationals . . . nevada placed eighth . . . lancers at kick- off assembly . . . torch light parade impressive . . . german band time, too . . . open houses . . . banquet at mapes . . . sno ball . . . sky tavern socials . . . nevada ' s powder puff team took first . . . covered by national broadcast- ing company . . . 2,500 attended events on mt. rose . . . jim gilbert memorial tau ' s spectacular wolf king chairman leroy wilcox . . assembly . . . winter carnival committee . . b. kearney . . e. soumbeniotis . . norman schultz . . b. stauts . . c. leonard . . k. hill . . j. kautz . . b. faiss . . r. moroni . . front row . b. sewell . . j. dunseath . . I. wilcox . . c. harrison . . a. dickson . . b. jepsen . . . gamma phi ' s spinning top and iceberg JF- t ' UHEAMED I NtNl jq t WINTER CARNIVAL IN MY MAI0ENFQRMJ3RA pi phi ' s had angels and bunnies t . . nevada ski team gives out with " wait ' til the sun shines nellie " . . banquet baritones . . . . flag raising ceremonies . . mt. rose . . jim gilbert memorial . . jerry mc clellan, denver . . . skimeister . . harold riiber, denver . . winner of cross country at galena . . visiting women skiers . . . housed at sororities louis halsell, Colorado . . . helped out in cross country by ernie soumbeniotis . . . norwegians from competing teams . bound . . mmmm, those accents . . . the girls were spel p r jr. prom king . . . eugene belli, sigma nu dance . . . one of the campus " nicest . . blossoms in the mapes hotel fable room king and queen were each others ' dates . . . jr. prom queen . . . joanne ortiz, pi beta phi . . . semi-formal this year a chinese theme with ho tai, god of happiness . . . cherry . . wait wise man, class president in charge . . . coincidence that the . . most fun for all . . . k» ' " « 6o«« x W« u joe crook served as chair- man . . . world university service carnival . . . aid to foreign students . . . first year for penny mile around quad . . . lambda chi made the most money toni de reynier hits the water for pi phi ' s copped best decoration award . . . mert b ers no U a P r ° «o.r, don ionejj feac k don sharp punches for a gamma phi treasure . . . bill kearney gets a face full of pie . . . its all part of the game for s.a.e. M s« ee " e1 shine • • • el Y a day for engineets only . . . others watch and look . . . contests held in slide rule competition, riveting, surveying, and drilling . . . also exhibi- tions . . .the civils won all contests except the slide rule . . . electricals took that . . . takes power, brains and know-how to fully appreciate their efforts . . . ralph powell chief organizer mo fe freeway art c on blows up a dust sto contest rm in the drilling accie redee . t, mam janice brown . . . aggie rodeo queen . . . attendants were gayle shipley and Caroline chappelle . « " »cer ' s ° s e „ Y chQ irm Qn ,0n froy s Wt s tht P " TcW cV ..u ao° 9amma ? ry to induce " " ■■HBH Section m . U ' e ° mo - h e r f gnf dark r eber .. r,d es t)Q 0 7 steer? bob smith leads the way, chuck smith is the roper, pruett is along for the ride, and the calf is scared to death . . . ride ' em, P ' ue1 a W v ere are fte 3° c de ° " bertrand was th b,f 9« ' " g down in the ba ggy pants evalyn titus, mackay day queen m c Y sue Humphrey . . . gamma phi beta nancy hewins ... pi beta phi hard-working mackay day committee . . . left to right, don travis, chairman, simmie cooper, susie kuypers, donna fisher, torn richardson, sue Humphrey, shelley branch, jay powell, dick deleissegues, jan chiato- vich, doug wood, John ingram, mike evans . . . J Y alice cochran . . . kappa alpha theta time out, please . . . queen evalyn accepts the crown with don travis doing the honors at the assembly . . . patsy terry . . . artemisia- manzanita " abe lincoln " scott and " maryi todd " cavanaugh walked off with best man and woman costume awards . . . " so this is paris " pi phi captured trophy honors for best sorority song team joan sawle directed . . . " the wild west is where i want to be " presented by alpha tau omega caused many chuckles and won best fraternity song team trophy . . . dave cardinelli was chief songster . . . paul langham, george wilkinson, and ouis porta stand whisker trial at beard judging contest . . . paul had the best trimmed, george had the blackest, gary lun- dergreen had the reddest and torn jayo had the heaviest ... all this just to stay out of manzanita? everybody chows down at the luncheon . . . bruce thompson was guest speaker tri delts presented " hawaii calls " directed by theresa naveran . . . " songs of the sea " served as the theta chi theme organized by dave lowe . . . directed by jim de priest, sigma nu ' s give out with " songs of the gypsies " " love at the fair " was presented by kappa alpha theta . . . bonnie woods and marie mc donough led gamma phi ' s theme ... " a tribute to sigmund romberg " . . . jan chiatovich supervised marcia craig supervised the artemisia-manzanita team . . . " oriental offbeat " sae ' s presented " walking my baby back home ' bun etcheto directed . . . lambda chi ' s gave out with " chain gang " melodies wait anderson supervised . . . liilian ianni, dixie sturges, and lois mc auliffe struggle for the women ' s obstacle race lead . . . tri-delts copped first place . . ' • " MS? :?£ = := • - b..o,i. ,«„-;■- .w ™ IS " . " ' " 1 ' " sae-tau lawn party was of the vigorous variety . . new innovation this year . . . beer flowed freely, sandwiches eaten heartily, song team replays were terif, and the. volleyball contest and socializing greatl team captain helen meader accepts trophy for volleyball win . . kappa alpha theta hangout for sundowners and inebriated elite . . , mackay day finds the " little wal " slightly crowded " i gotcha mac " M by The I |4y f t « v — ™ ! ft 0f X0ur . . . presented by campus players . . . thornton wilder ' s satire on the human race . . . John doe through the cen- turies . . . george evans as mr. antrobus . . . president of mammals . . . atlantic city convention . . . trudy caddel as sabina ... ice age . . . wars . . . finally dust settled. ah Vial action ' tner woman in dr. e won 75 per cent of de- bates . . . participated in 65 . . . attended such 1% ' Hffil tournaments as occiden- Ia ,,1 §1 tal invitational, north- west t.k.a., delta sigma rho national congress in chicago, and Columbia valley invitational . . . u. of n. scene of pacific forensic league confer- ence . . . held on this campus once in ten years ... in attendance . . . arizona, idaho, Stanford, southern California, Oregon state, Washington, whitman, cal . . . er p-a c z « u. of n. ' s expounding elite . . . earl hawley, bob bollard, don tram, barbara cavanaugh, simmie cooper, dennis smith, chad combs, bob reeder . . . m evalyn ti+us . . . phyllis crowder J | Ul h gail altenburg U h t shirley alien dixie sturges jim wright . . . chuck taylor bob fhomason . . . rollie westergard bill eaton . . . paul finch patsy terry . . . lillis hatch annette dickson . . georgia meyers PVERSITY NEVADA STUDENT UNION SLDG, sandy mitts bob jones . . . jerry mann dwight powell " " ' " •II.,,, , . „ . ■ TiTIllTTillirmimf , i MTHSba helen meader John jepson . . . dick morril gary performs a banana flip r h $$ a. s. u. n. cheerleaders . . . back row . . . chuck smith . . steve dollinger . . gary luther . . bob faiss . . . front row . . . kathi hill . . simmie cooper . . susie kuypers . . evalyn titus, head cheerleader . . r h. . . big event of the year was the s. f. state game . . chuck smith ' s auto supreme had two flat tires . . but he made it . . " come on you guys, yell " . . " well, at least say something " became the usual cry . . song- leader routines were terif . . several rallies . . mock burial of the s. f. gator . . pajamas and snake parade tradition at homecoming . . yells at second and Virginia . . team introduced at the state bldg . . " pass the mix " and little Wal- dorf game replays . . . bill sprow and rally com- mittee great . . first year after game dances . . card stunts were back again . . thanks to buzz frey . . a.s.u.n. songleaders . . back row . . cathy zimmerman . . jane richardson . . honor settelmeyer . . front row . . marlene belli, head songleader . . joni kreatz . . not pictured, nancy mc clintic . . I If I i left to right . . . marva edwards . . . sandy nickell . . . shari Jordan . . . janet olsen . . . practices after school . . . noon time . . . with band . . . every spare minute . . . these flags in this darn wind . . . let ' s try it again . . . one two three, kick . . . big game, half time, and here we go . . . roll off back row . . . gloria hanes . . . nancy hayes . . . Icaleo brandt . . . donna burgess . . . tront row . . . vangie smith ... angie farros . . peg folkes just clowning around look no hands eh what %fi f L. J u ■» bali high gone native e 1 1 br ' n 9 back skirfl my skoal blade -feet h I T ASTA ' mmmm m " Mte " 1 ] NkV I f e t exhausted baseball player being revived grinning sigma nu whitefoot, louie porta accepts attendance trophy at the second annual blackfoot-whitefoot from alpha tau omega blackfoot tony martin. ' n; V-t " fe$-JlX vNff _ _ f $B the lemonade line .-■ ' ■ left to right . . . marguerite vindrola, gamma phi beta . . . peg folkes, kappa alpha theta . . . joni kreatz, delta delta delta, blackfoot-whitefoot princess . . . ardys bennett, artemisia-manzanita association . . . audrey bernard, pi beta phi . . . jrTemfsid janet quilici . . . business manager . . . " hmmm, why didn ' t they take an ad this year? " . . you have the finished prod- uct in your little pinkies ... we aimed to satisfy . . . found any misspelled names lately? . . . " get that copy written . . . where are those layouts . . . 2:00 a. m. . . . need some coffee . . . deadline ' s tomorrow . . . wouldn ' t you like to have an ad? " orchids to the busi- ness staff of ad chasers ... we couldn ' t have done without your help . . . but it was great fun com- piling the year 1956 . . . thanks for the memories . . . teresa gibson, business staff . . . don travis, asst. business manager . . . diane martin, business staff . . . " now you see girls, it ' s like this ... we need $9000.00 by April 1 5th . . . well, better get started! " e l» p u founded 1893 . . . this year produced record breaking 20 page homecom- ing edition . . . another first, red ink for christmas and green for winter ski carnival . . . stoplight crusade . . . politicians called to answer . . . editorial war with Virginia city press . . . sagebrush info reproduced over radio and t.v. . . . quoted through- out the state with credit . . . campus news coverage and ad volume in- creased tremendously . . . journalism seminar helped out with reporting . . . student interest aroused and informed . . . good job, well per- formed hank rilling, business manager, jaguar and ad specialist, " hey, hi! " ken robbins . . spring semester editor specialty " sideline glances " gordon cronenberger, circulation manaqer " so your name is misspelled, so! ' bruce bledsoe, associate editor " anything else? 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Plumbing Heating - Refrigeration Sales - Service SAVAGE SON INC. Telephone 3-4193 628 South Virginia Street 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 C. J. McDonald J. G. Dunseath DUHSEATH KEY COMPANY DOOR HARDWARE SERVICE LOCKSMITHS Telephone 3-4372 24 West Douglas Alley Reno, Nevada Velvet ICE CREAM CO. AND DAIRY PRODUCTS " Velvet means quality for ice cream, milk dairy products. " Post Office Box 2163 Ph. 3-4623 DURKEE TRAVEL BUREAU 220 West First Street Reno, Nevada MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALERS SHOE OUTLET STORE AMERICAN SHOE CO. Reno, Nevada SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY 822 South Virginia Ave. Telephone 3-7364 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 56 ALPINE GLASS COMPANY Telephone 3-7631 324 East Fourth Street Reno. Nevada J. E. SWEATT CO. 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Nevada ■• 42 East First Street Telephone 3-4567 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. 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 Baldwin Pianos Hammond Organs Conn Band Instruments EMPORIUM OF MUSIC " EVERYTHING IN MUSIC " Telephone 3-3452 214 North Sierra Street Reno, Nevada CANNED FRUITS U.S.D.A. Choice Grain Corn Fed STEER BEEF CANNED VEGETABLES RENO SPARKS BABBITT Crisp Produce Frozen Food LOWEST EVERYDAY PRICES READY PACKAGED MEATS READY PACKAGED POULTRY AND SEA FOODS VILLAGE DRUG FOR ALL YOUR DRUG NEEDS PHONE 3-0231 VILLAGE U7 PHONE 3-7564 HARDWARE " AT THB SIGN OF THE SAW " RENO - 1145 CALIF. AVE. VILLAGE BAKERY VILLAGE BEAUTY CENTER 1121 CALIFORNIA AVE. 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BOOK STORE " The Friendly Book Store Nearest the Campus " • Telephone 2-5081 20 East Ninth St. Reno, Nevada your kind of sportswear for both men and women Men ' s Shop I I West Second Street j d fcu Women ' s Shop Second and Virginia THE FAMOUS WINE Francovich Bros. • HOUSE Specia izing in Grain-Fed Colored Fried Chicken and Manteca Fed Beef OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Telephone 3-5821 18 East Commercial Row Reno, Nevada GENSLER-LEE DIAMOND SPECIALISTS Diamond Rings . . . Diamond Watches . . . See the smart new styles at any of the Gensler-Lee stores all over California. No money down. Take a full year to pay. 156 N. Virginia, Reno mm®.. ' . 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. 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Over a quarter century of friendly business dealings of quality brands and highest quality meats ■ fruits and vegetables. BAKERS ' THRIFTY FOOD MARKET FRIENDLY SERVICE GROCER Telephone 5-8331 922 B Street Sparks, Nevada PHILCO TV APPLIANCES Norge and Maytag Appliances Hoover Vacuums Dupont Paints 846 b wna-sruMSlwSr moHt s 8«4 Finer Furniture Reasonably Priced 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.4KEC 3 . TENKIUS :....,-.- ' ■ ' " ' ' ' .,,• ' ;x:; -. ' ■v : ••;.-.-■ . ' ., ' ■ ' ,■■■. " ■ ■■ ' ■ 4:v. s ;v ' ■ ' ,;-.;■ ■■•■ ' ■.vv ' ■ ■■■ ' .•■• " ■■, . ' - " -«■ ? C i «8 ' _ ' ■;■...:• ' -. ,, .; 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. 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COFFEE SHOP OPEN 24 HOURS . moore, charles duane, lovelock; business administra- tion; lambda chi alpha; block n; sundowners; ski club; men ' s upperclass committee; boxing. morrill, richard g., reno; pre-med; sigma nu; wolves frolic, business manager; artemisia, class picture editor; university high-school relations committee; pre-med scholarship; alpha epsilon delta, president; junior newman, president; blue key, president; ski club; chemistry club; coffin keys; sogers; biology club; golf team. morris, george s., reno; psychology; sigma nu. mortensen, marjorie lee, reno; home economics; eta epsilon. naveran, theresa, battle mountain; psychology; delta delta delta; a.w.s. council; klute scholarship foreign languages. nelson, don, sparks; chemistry; max c. fleischmann scholarship; chemistry club; pershing rifles; student affiliate a.s.c; tumbling; wrestling nelson, iucille, sparks; education; women ' s upper class committee; gothic n; perns; w.r.a.; sagens; saddle spurs; f.t.a.; leadership conference; a.a.h.p.e.r. con- vention ' 55 ' 56. packard, bruce arthur, sacramento; civil engineering; a.s.c.i. palludan, janice, fallen; primary education; delta delta delta; phi kappa phi; ski club; y.w.c.a.; f.t.a.; young democrats. panicari, carlo f., reno; civil engineering; phi alpha theta; a.s.c.e. pastorino, ray glen, ely; chemistry; lambda chi alpha; phi kappa phi; alpha epsilon delta; sigma sigma kappa; smith scholarship; german club; chemistry club; american chemical society; block n; basketball. pettenger, roger wesley, long beach; pre-med; phi sigma kappa; junior class committee; biology club; chemistry club; young republicans; interfaith council. phelps, j. franklin, jr., fallon; electrical engineering; sigma nu; associated engineers senator; nominating committee, chairman; sigma tau; mrs. carl otto he rz scholarship in electrical engineering; a.i.e.e.; institute of radio engineers; ski club. phillips, karen elisabeth, reno; journalism; kappa alpha theta; student publicity committee, chairman; a.w.s. council; chi delta phi, president; phi alpha theta; max c. fleischmann scholarship; carrie brooks layman scholarship; young republicans; press club; saddle spurs; ski club; w.r.a.; model united nations; sage- brush. poppe, John bernard, sacramento; civil engineering; sigma tau; jones hoover scholarship; a.s.c.e. powell, dwight sampson, schurz; philosophy-account- ing; theta chi; theta chi senator; who ' s who; phi alpha NORTHERN NEVADA ' S LARGEST AND BEST KNOWN HOTEL HOTEL HUMBOLDT Wl NNEMUCCA, NEVADA G. 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" GENE " BACKUS AGE 48 East Third Street Winnemucca, Nevada theta; delta sigma rho; smith scholarship; reuben c. thompson scholarship in philosophy; lambda delta sigma; young republicans; debate team; scabbard blade. powell, ralph windel, fallon; electrical engineering; alpha tau omega; sigma tau; pi mu epsilon; rose sigler mathews scholarship; dough scholarship; jones hoover scholarship; block n; a.i.e.e.; i.r.e.; math club; baseball; engineers day chairman. price, barbara louise, maryville, missouri; education; delta delta delta; tuition scholarship; f.t.a.; ski club. pyzez, ewald d., piedmont; chemistry; theta chi; chemistry club; ski club. quilici, janet, reno; home economics; delta delta delta, vice-president; artemisia staff, ass. business manager, business manager; women ' s upperclass com- mittee; publications board; sagens; w.r.a.; eta epsi- lon; y.w.c.a.; saddle spurs; volleyball; basketball; wolves frolic; big bonanza committee; winter carnival committee; french club; homecoming committee; leadership conference. randall, frank r., south pasadena; business adminis- tration; phi sigma kappa, finance chairman; tuition scholarship; commerce club, president; young re- publicans; wolves frolic. rants, dorothy elizabeth kine, boulder city; elemen- tary education; rebecca scholarship; w.r.a.; y.w.c.a.; wesley foundation; f.t.a.; artemisia-manzanita as- sociation, vice-president. routsala, a. carolee, rock springs, Wyoming; english; pi beta phi. sadler, george, reno; accounting; sigma alpha epsilon. samon, patricia ellen, elko; english; delta delta delta; phi kappa phi; chi delta phi; phi alpha theta; smith scholarship; max c. cheney english scholarship; william o ' hara martin louise stadmuller martin scholarship for history and political science. sheehan, mary Virginia, milwaukee, Wisconsin; educa- tion; gamma phi beta; tuition scholarship; f.t.a.; junior newman. shelton, warren h., boulder city; electrical engineer- ing; sigma rho delta; sigma rho senator; inter- fraternity council; sigma tau; pi mu epsilon; smith scholarship; a.i.e.e.; i.r.e.; math club. shevlin, John e,, reno; civil engineering; phi sigma kappa; nevada state employees scholarship; a.s.c.e., vice-president; ski club; scabbard blade; contests chairman, engineer ' s day. ELY DRUG STORE ECONOMY DRUG THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ELY •■■ ) — -!. . II! M I H .M..IBW M lW tfotf S CONGRATULATIONS TO THE C LASS DESERT ft% OF ELY ELY LIGHT AND POWER CO. Congratulations to the Class of 1956 m ! ELKO, NEVADA! e V° 4B» ifr Hardware Implements A. W. HESSON CO 600 Commercial Row Elko, Nevada Wholesale Automotive Supplies JOE SAYS: " SLAP YOUR BRAND ON OUR REGISTER " ConniRiil Motil Phone: 22 Phone: 110 THE SHOWPLACES OF ELKO .wiiiiirriin iilg© ELKO, NEVADA ON U. S. HIGHWAY 40 0« »V» et Joto a s ifotf COLEMAN ' S GROCERY STANDARD SLAG CO. 0 a» Best Wishes SHOVELIN SUPPLY CO. Battle Mountain Nevada " Toiyabe Supply Company ' [General Merchandise] " TOIYABE CLUB " GABBS, NEVADA Success and Happiness to The Class of ' 56 MANGANESE, INC. , Henderson, Nevada wife HENDERSON TELEPHONE COMPANY Good Luck to the 1956 Graduating Class from UNITED STATES LIME PRODUCTS CORPORATION L N. GRINDELL Nevada Manager Sloan - Apex Hend erson Nevada GREETINGS TO THE STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA from STAUFFER CHEMICAL COMPANY OF NEVADA Henderson INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS m sprow, william jay, sacramento; mechanical engineer- ing? sigma nu; cus.u.n, rally chairman; ski club ' , president; a.s.m.e.; sundowners; mackay day com- mittee; homecoming committee; winter carnival committee. spurlock, doyle, joaquin, texas; agricultural econ- omics; ralston purina scholarship. sturges, dixie olean, lovelock; physical education; delta delta delta; a.w.s. corresponding secretary; a.w.s. council; cap scroll; gothic n, president; who ' s who; max c. fleischmann scholarship; y.w.c.a.; w.r.a.; volleyball; basketball; perns, vice president; women ' s upperclass committee; senior class committee; f.t.a. svob, gerald j., sparks; chemistry; alpha tau omega; a.t.o. senator; sigma sigma kappa; nu sigma mu; jewett adams scholarship; armanko office supply scholarship; chemistry club; baseball; basketball. swanson, gerald kenneth, santa barbara; chemistry; chemistry club. taylor, charles mosser, valmy; mining engineering; theta chi; phi kappa phi; sigma tau; pi mu epsilon; jewett w. adams scholarship; max c. fleischmann scholarship; kennecott copper corporation scholar- ship; american military engineers ' award; who ' s who; rifle club; ski club; crucible club; scabbard blade; riflery. terry, patsy diane, east ely; home economics; a.s.u.n. rally committee; a.w.s. council; cap scroll; who ' s who; smith scholarship; child guidance assistantship; danforth fellowship; eta epsilon, president; interfaith council; lambda delta sigma; sagens; university sing- ers; artemisia-manzanita association, president. thomason, robert william, merced; civil engineering; theta chi, president; scabbard blade; sierra guards- men; who ' s who; a.s.c.e.; ski club; blue key; rifle club; young republicans; football; interfraternity council; junior class committee; men ' s upperclass committee. titus, evalyn marie celine, reno; english; delta delta delta; yell leader, head yell leader; leadership con- ference secretary; artemisia editor; cap scroll, president; who ' s who; w.r.a.; newman club; phi alpha theta; young republicans; sagens; pan hellenic coun- cil, secretary; rally committee; publications board. tollefson, carol, sparks; education; delta delta delta; phi alpha theta; reno business and professional women ' s scholarship; sparks business and professional women ' s scholarship; max c. fleischmann scholarship; saddle spurs; y.w.c.a.; ski club; lambda delta sigma; w.r.a.; debate team. towner, gerald noble, santa cruz; elementary educa- tion; lambda chi alpha. trigueiro, Joseph w., livingston; civil engineering; a.s.c.e trounday, roger s., reno; physical education; alpha tau omega; freshman class manager; block n; new- man club; scabbard blade; basketball; baseball. wright, james thomas, hawthorne; electrical engineer- ing; theta chi; sigma tau; scabbard blade; smith scholarship; young republicans; a.i.e.e.; institute of radio engineers; math club; chemistry club; football. zeitler, gerald a., milford; electrical engineering; as- sociated engineers senator; a.i.e.e.; i.r.e. zubieta, joann, sparks; secondary education; smith scholarship. £ MANIX DEPARTMENT STORE c ongratulations - - to those who in 1956 will be gra duated from University of Ne,va da at Reno! And Congratulations to those who, in many future years, will be graduated from the NEVADA SOUTHERN unit of our state university! — Boulder City Chamber c f Commerce CENTRAL MARKET Boulder City ' s Number One Stop for Groceries and Meats 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 ' 56. Hope we ' ll be seeing you around for a long time to come. CHRISTENSEN ' S JEWELRY LAS VEGAS, TONOPAH, RENO STAGE LINES Chamber of Commerce LAS VEGAS NEVADA CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1956 BOULDER CLUB Down town Los Vegas Nevada m wagner, bertha bet+y, reno; education; phi alpha theta; f.t.a. van wagoner, bill, reno; business administration; sigma nu; blue key; block n; tennis. westergard, roland dexter, lovelock; civil engineer- ing; alpha tau omega, president; inter-fraternity council, president; sigma tau; blue key; coffin key ' s; who ' s who; a.s.c.e.; intermural sports. whitacre, roy jr., yerington; english; alpha tau omega; assembly committee; phi alpha theta; scabbard blade; smith scholarship; ski club. Wilkinson, elwyn glenn, napa; civil engineering; a.s.c.e.; ski club. williams, hawke John, tonopah; history; sigma rho delta; phi alpha theta; smith scholarship; university singers; canterbury society. witt, everett I., henderson; chemistry; alpha tau omega; a.t.o. senator; nominating committee; west- ern electro-chemical company scholarship; chemistry club; blue key; scabbard blade; pershing rifles; sierra guardsmen. Bonanza Printers IS lost complete banking service in Southern Nevada -i - M ' e + 4 BANK OF NEVADA V J V MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION HEAD OFFICE: 200 SOUTH FIFTH, LAS VEGAS OFFICES: LAS VEGAS-FIFTH AND CARSON (Main Office) FIRST AND FREMONT • ON THE STRIP « BOULDER CITY • HENDERSON Andy Says: It ' s FOR A TREAT frjaktaff ANDERSON ' S Sweet (ream Ice Cream " The Dessert of the Desert " ANDERSON DAIRY Phone OUdley 2-1 177 Las Vegas, Nevada A. C. 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